The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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REV. PETER CARTWRIGHT ; to maintain one'stq'Ji\riulJ only increasedthe I lout of steel. Let the reader judge from the f From the .\.m' York Weekly Glolf. It is still more dangerous when it '! : !
I I The Jocose_Preacher. disposition to louder explosions, fallowing! anecdote : We republish from the Democratic Re- umpire in great parly contests and '
a every schoolboy has verified in similar At a camp meeting held at Alton i'i t the clew Jjr April, an admirable letter (from the ral consequence, both parties become ; '
cases. At length the encampment was in a autumn of 1832, Worshippers were angry Hon. James K. Paulding! addressed to the I say its: tools! because those who I :
Immense was the gathering at the Metho. roar; the sternest features relaxed into smiles; ed by a set oJ desperadoes from St. Louis under Committee if Arrangements for the late great port, must support its principles. : I
dist camp- round near Springfield on the se. the coldest eyes melted to tears of irrepressible the control of Mike Fink, a notorio'isoul. meeting, held at Tammany II-ill in opposition ers of parties may flatter ;
cond Sunday in September, it3: ::!. A pow. merriment. Moliere's best comedy' or'Sheridan' Iv, the triumphant hero of countless fights in I to the Wiimot Proviso. The letter is an when they have gained the summit It (
erful nisgnet had attracted this great mass of funniest farce was never half 80.. none of which he had: ever yet met an equalor i able and eloquent protest against fanaticism, of the ladder of fanaticism: I they !
people from their homes in many counties fora successful.l This continued for thirty minutes, I I even second These coarse, drunden ruffians and clsoan earnest plea in behalf of the Un from under them, when they please ; ) :t,
hundred miles around. The new presiding while the orator painted the folly of the MIL 1 carried it with a high hand, outraged the ion. Mr. Panlding, in times not remote has they have warmed themselves by the ) ; '
elder, a late arrival from Kentucky, an orator ner, which was his theme. I looked;. on and men and insulted the women, so as to threatenthe occupied a prominent position as a public can blow! it out wilh a breath ; .
of t+'ide-spread and wonderful renown, il was laughed with the rest, but finally began to dissolution of all! pious exercise ; and such man. lIe was, it will be remembered the they have raised the whirlwind 'Ihe t
" ] known would thunder on that day The glittering fear the result as to the speaker. 11\ exclaimed was the terror of the name of their leader, Secretary of the Navy during the greater part once still it into a calm.: But they '
t prestige of his fame had lightened fir mentally, will he ever be :\I extricate Fink inspired that not one individual 1 could of Mr. Van Buren's Adminis'ration, and of giously mistaken. Fanaticism may i ,
;p before him and hence the universal eagerness his audience from that deep whirlpoolof be found brave enough to face his powers.At course closely connected with him by political: ed, but no human power: could ever .
to See and hear ono concerniwhu'n humor ? If he ends thus, when the merry last, one day, when Cartwright ascendedthe and social ties. But he seems to have: s'-pa- that fiery dragon. When sincere i !
i rumor's trumpet tongue discoursed so loudly. mood subsides and cal n reflection supervenes, pulpit to hold forth, the desperadoes on the raled himself now entirely from all political species monomania ; it sees but '
Morning broke in the azure oaM, bright and will not the revulsion of feeling he deadly to outskirts of the encampment raised a yell so alliance with that perfidious ingrate. His letter and knows out one good ; and neither : !
his fame ? Will not hearer realize that other breathes of nor listens to reason. It i?, if !! ..
beautiful as a dream heaven ; but the expected every deafening as to drown utterly every throughout, a cordial love coun .
prodigy hid not made his advent. he has been trifled with in maters of sacred sound. Cartwright's dark eyes shot lightning. } try-a devoted attachment to the Union, anda more dangerous when as is of en
: Eleven o'clock came-the usual hour for the, and eternal interest ? At all events, there is He deposited his Bible drew off his sincere abhorrence of all phases of abolition cools down into rank hypocrisy, i
detonation cf: the heavy guns of orthordoxy no prospect of a revival to-night, for were the coat, and remarked aloud-" Wait a few sympathy. cunning than madness and not half
aud still there was no news of the clerical orator d magician, he could not change his moments, my brethren, while I go and make I Eminent for his literary. attainments andacbi It is the greatest of despots, and at
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subject now and stem this torrent of headlong the .- : 'ft.t .I+.0% snn.inino; .II ,.i..1 ; !
lion. A common circuit rider look his place, devilpraJ. ..-,.t retired from further controversy in the vial duties, and all cblig-itions: of :
and CCflfulftle ol tno tvoptilar dfaVIttntutu: laughter Tin fjiun} hU noa.InPt it'llV) a ;mil" nn hie t\n.\
., increased it by mouthing a miserable|! failure. Hut the shaft of my inference fell wide of to I the locus of the tumult' t and addressed the fierce fields of party politics-his voice comes to some stupendous dogma, for
the mark ; for then he commenced to changenot chief bully_" Mr. Fink, I have came to forth with sige: counsel at this crisis-to instruct no authority either in nature or
The vexed and restless crowd began to disperse :
when an event happened to excite all at once, but gradually as the wind make you pray-" -to guide and invigorate us in the pathof I! can only sustain by perversions of
of a thunder-cloud. His features lost their The desperado raked hack the tangled festoons d'mty. His! patriotic advice is entitled io or arrogant declamation. Knowing
afresh their curiosity, and concentrate them
denser than ever. A rushed I, comical tinge of pleasantry ; his voice first of his blood-red hair arched his huge profound respect. It bears the impress of sincerity j but its own hair-hratned will, it : I
again the pulpit in hot haste. messenger and earnest and then solemn, and soon wailed out II brows with a comical expression, and replied and truth. The Democracy of New sleet to the law ; and every (
' to which ais intones of the deepest pathos: ; his eye was _" I By golly, Fd like to see you do it, old I luck tall give heed to it : stands in its way is denounced as a \
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prevent shorn of its mild light, and yielded btieams of snorter !" I HYDE PARK, Dutchess Co., March 14!, tS-'('. the law of God and the rights of I
1 the ppople from scattering. The follow.
t,. log is a literal of thai singular C epistle : I'arl as the fountain m of the hill \ieldi water. "e,' well," said Cl1rlwri ht. 1Vill GENTLKMEX :-Owing to some accident, 1 the +vell-de5n''d and immutable (
copy i The effect wal indescribable ; the rebound these gentlemen, your com teollS fricud$, agree did not receive your invitation: to address the justice and equity, which constitute i I ;
I Dear Brethern The devil has foundered] of feeling beyond all revelation in words of not to show foul play ?" meeting of which you constituted a committee, of all our moral and social duties, I
f my horse, wllichJ.it detain me. from reaching portraiture by imagination lie decanteJ: on "In course they III. They're rale grit, in lime to attend, had other circumstances per with its presumptuous assumptions' :
| your tabernacle! till evening. I might have the horrors of hell till shuddering face and won't( do nothing but the clean thing, so rnl1t; d. Before I could reply to it, I saw by bility, it dishe them aside and
t performed the journey on foot but I cU'Jd! not t I Ir. was turned downwards,c\'t'r.expecting to behold they won't," rejoined Fink indignantly."Are the papers, thai the meeting had been inter. under foot. If ihe laws and! con! :
leave poor Paul especially as he ir'ver left I the solid globe riven asunder and the fa. you ready ?" asked Caitwright.: rupted by the intrusion of disorderly! pt'rSJIII I Sidles oppose any obstacles to
; poor Peter. Horses }have no souls! to save, I (hornlessfiery gulf yawn from beneath: Brave I Heady as a race horde With a] light rider and those by whom it was called, \iulentlyejected. I course, thy are denounced as ; I
+ and therefore it's all the more the duty of men moaned like sick infants ; and tir. fa"hionuble ," answered Fmk, squaring hs: ponderous I'I I tions of the law of God ; and if the '
. Christians to take cafe of their bodies.( Watch I : women, covered wilh silken drapeiy I person for the combat.: : i :5I.CO then I have been prevented from re. t i Stitutions or social ani/iitiou: ; of t.
1 :and pray, and don't let the devil get among and bedight with gems, shrieked: if a knife nut the bully spoke too soon : for scarcely I I plying to your invitation by having one of the ties do r.ot harrr. 'n"z! >; with; their t s i j
I you on the sly before candlelight, when 1 was at work upon: their heart-string had the words 1..lt his lips when Cartwrightmade lingers on my right hand disabled ; but havingseen I ideas of perfection they may be r)! : l
shall be at my pout. Again he changed the theme, and sketchedthe (] a prodigious bound toward his antagonist the proceedings ofanotliT meerm. .callcd I by the roots and harrowed into
Your brother.PETEU joys of a righteous death-its faith: its t, and accompanied il with a quick s.iiooting for a similar purpose| in W hick you participated like Sampson's foxes with( .
CAKTWEIGIIT. hopes, its winged raptures, and what beautifulangels punch of his herculean fit which fell 1 deem it a tit occasion: to express my acknowledgements I i I tails, it sets everything into a flame
: In fabhionable phrase, the reading of this attended the liberated spirit to its starry I' crashing on the oiher'a chin, and hurled him for your kind attention, and in its way ; and when at length it I !
strange efftuion .' produced quite a sensa home-with such force, time, and evident belief to the earth like- lead. Then even his intox- my hearty concurrence in these and all other I'I'I pleted its mission of destruction, p{> I I
lion." Some thought the man mad ; others ; that all eyes were raised towards heaven, ', Seated comrades filled with involuntary admiration I similar efforts to preserve the Union, now in beif.coniln-.tion:{ leaving: nothing |I : 1
deemed the letter a hoax.: But still the effectas as the entire congregration started to their at the feat gave a cheer. imminent jeopardy. I have long since retired I II the ruins that mark its career. ; :
to one particular was unquestionable : it t feet, as if to hail th* vision angels athich But Fink was up in a moment and rushed :| from all active participation in [political strug-.1 (been the course of fanaticism iu I .
( 'I the of the to be pointed his exclaiming-That warn'l and. nation of the world. Il has I .
heightened and intensified the public curi.Okity t finger preacher "etmed upon enemy j gles but I still love my country. She is the 1
; and such, very likely, was the precise elevated as it was on high to the fall. length done fair so it warn'l." lie aimed a furifti-s inisirebs of in}) old age and so long as I live, I i millons of victims at its shrine ; it I f
result intended by the writer. uf his arm. stroke, which Cartwright parried with' his hell I shall stand ready to lend my feeble aid in I heed' the earth with (he 'Mood of her II| 1
At length the day cloved. The purple curtain He then made a call for mourners into the hand, and grasping his throat with the light, arresting a wild and during spirit fanaticism, auJ in its mad 'irsuit of some I
of tw-ilight fell over the earth from the altar, and five hundred, many of them until ; crushed him: down as if he had been an iii. which strengthened It) new allies and anima. good, produced: more real evils than
darkening fcky. God's golden fires flashed that night infidels, rushed forward and pros fant. Fink struggled, squirmed, and writhed I j Ilrd by new hopes has at length brought our tilence and fatnitrq.
out in heaven, and men below kindled their i trated themselves on their knees. The meeting in the dust but all to no purpose ; for those | Union to the brink of a precipice, where it i It is this dangerous, spirit that has
pale candies.! The encampment, a village of I was continued for two weeks, and more strong, mu-scular fingers held his windpipe as i now stands hovering on the verge of dissolu- I the ascendency among: a portion of I t.
snowy tents, was illuminated with a brilliancy I t th.m a thousand converts were added to the. I in the jaws of an iron vice. When he beganto I lion. Yes gentlemen wolf lhat has been i pie tit the North, and which if not i' \
that caused every leaf of the grove to shin*' church. From that: time: the success of Peter turn purple in I the t face and ceased to resist so often cried has come at last. time, will assuredly! i if not now at I
and sparkle a if all the trees were burnished Caitwrighl' was unparclleled, and the fact is I II Carl wiight slackened his hold, and i inquired, |I l The Union is now really in danger-in imminent period, prove fatal to this Union )
with phosphorescent llun I was like a I chiefly due to his inimitable wit and masterlyeloquence Will you pray now ??' i I danger. Not the! rattling of the throat I which it has long been waging I
theatre. I was a theatre in open air, on I that Method.!m is now the prevailing I doesn't know a word how," gasped I I or the collapse in the frame of the dying patient been incessantly laboring to destroy I
the rep beneath the starry .blue, in- I religion in Illinois. Fink. i is more signifi'-ant of approaching rio.! reuse and respect for the ;
comparably: ; EUt.more picturesque' and gorgeous i *. In what college did he graduate ? Surely Repeat after me;' commanded Cart. i. lotion, than the indications 1 now see multiplying sown the st ed; (,f a most Iittcr. : : f'
any stage scenery ever prepared: within; I it emus( have required' a mighty clctu mater to wright. J j in every Ir'atlUll." There is no 1 Ion- uniipaty between two great I
" walls of brick or marble, where the mite of I develop much a son." j I Well! if I IlOust, I must," answered Fink tI I I ger any union ul! hearts ; and lha hand, instead I Union ; and in every possible i IIw :
imperial cities throng to feast their eyes on I You are mote than half light, my good because yotfr the devil." I. uf coidiaKy, : co-operating: in in'itin: good t I mmed its htSby; selling! the CfI1 :I I
1, beauty .and their cars on tie muMc of silver questioner. Peter C'umvright, I as most t The preacher then said over the Lord's I offices, are pulling with; such violence in op. mtnts in deadly! conflict; wilh each I II
,: )UndE. preachers of his sect, received his educationin j prayer line by line, and the conquered bully! j I posite directions tl>at the great object of contenlion i i- here we are to look for the II IIi
Nut only' the altar\ aud the rwws of benches the unircrsal untversity-thc same I that t I responded in the same way when the .victorpei instead of being giinr-d }by either [pir- dislocated; limbs of the reason I r
i under the broad thed. but the entire dimensions produced, Homer, Plato. Shakspeare, Moses, I i milted him to rist"t this consummation: j 11.r I will! be rent asiii.uVi :and seuttered to the now only hang together L) the I :
i of the :rot r also, were crowded to the MendehhunFrankliu-that weaver of,garland the lowdieu thundered three boisterous 1 j I winds,! ; and there will!: be nothing to gather which a t few more shocks will i
verge of suffocation. The word had been from the lightning' wing-\aliuZlon. cheers. Fink shook! Cut wright' hand warmly but (he fragments. i{I ever. If this slavery I: agitation! ci I II : : '
circulated that the might orator bail come at and) Pa1rici 1'U. High upon the highest d'c\ariu"-ulh' golly, ",(m'lt' some beans Ever since the fatal secret was discovered ,:I gather nvv strength; and new allies |I i t .
' la*., the feverish anxiety to behold him augrmlitcd I I ; top. deep down in the lowett valleys :1 I in a bar-fight.' I'd rather sell with an old he '; that a small facti: <>n of fanatics in Ohio, and I the South is to be compelled to I ,
more and more. far out away on the rolling billow, there t 1:'I.111I d'' g-da\i.. You can pass in ,this ere crowd another in New 101 k, held! ihe balance IfI ,,i in the breach defending its : ) II IIi ( ,
1 Presently a form arose in the p'pi! % and he studied: and toiled together, in the most, of nose-smashers, blast: your pictur !" Afier1 u power between the two great parties of the right yet loosing crounJ in every (' .: !
commenced giving out a hymn preliminary 1"ruu4 of all schools-the tree school of a1 :1 t wards, Fink's parly behaved with exemplary! I Union, and enus'-q-meetly controlled the election }o>i m iJ cull for the (Union as I! \
to the main e "rcse., and every eye became 1 culture IJut did he graduate ?r' Aye, I: decorum, and Cartwrijjht resu.ned his Bible I President, each seems to have entered please, but it will not conje. For I '
I 'instantly \' ( on the person of the fctran- and nature's own bund wrote his diploma witha and pulpit. I into a contest 1 whi-h shall pay the highest ses of national .sfregth, national: I
, per. IndttJ. as some one said of Burke, "a pencil of living light, and stamped it with a i A thousand other incidents, ('' !) mirtial I: price fur their support. The result has been 1 t j national happiness: it is already, if ;
J single fi'.sh: of the gazf'Is'i inn was enough teat of,fire-the immortal fire oftrue genius. !I and ludicrous, are related as to Carlwiight's' that instead of coming forward under the han. j at least in abeyance. The Wi.'mot!' I
;. to reveal the extraordinary man." although in Cartwright became. an itinerant at eighteen I adventures, bth< in Kentucky and Illinois. ner of their ancient and we.il defined prin. 1 I is a declaration cf war against: the I ,
r the prevent case it must!, for the sake of truth.be witl no learning fion: books, a'"ehat I j Many of them are probably: fictions, but those ciple.-, all have been merged in one great fa. .! unless retracted, both in form and
1 acknowledged that the frt impression was he \ from the pages of his Bible aud a ;, genuine alone, if collected, would be sufficient' natical dogmt having no reference whatever !1 will moil assuredly cause one-half
ambiguous, if not enigmatical and dUagreeable. collection of hymns. Year after year he con- i i to stock at least two volumes of romantic re. to the doctrines of either party. All have j I our bright constellation: to start :
'His figure, was tall, t boil ', massive, and tinned to travel thin circuits of I the frontier, alit}'. I been sacrificed at (he shrine of fanaticism, :j i their sphere, far, far beyond: the
teemed even more gigantic i than the reality earning annually! but a hundred dollars for la. I u h:1S the j )CMe preacher and his now up to the highest bidder ; (the old landmarks i traction.The' .
from its crowning ; foliage nf lux trivet coal burs painful as those of a slave at the oar. biography teaches us the! mighty influence of are prostrated, and the question i is now, I j j I course pursued by a portion : : ; '
bladv hair wreathed into' curling ring But his vocation afiorded him an excellent circumstance in the characters and I
lung. op. I moulding whether the white njan or the negro shall be 1 mocracy of thc North, aud which I
Jet*. And a head that e as a half: :, porluniiy for meditation, and even reading. fixing the destinies: of men. Had that splendid free ; whether we will sacrifice all the blessings i\ are now about to abandon, appears
bushel, heeling brows, rough and craggy ai> In his hpngg: Journeys from one appointment to genius been cast on the tide, of war, or of the present, all the anticipations of, mere !looker-on at a distance, to }
fragmentary granite! irradiated at the base I,) another, hi was alone, with nothing aro.md: 1 thrown into ihe fiery vortex of a revolutionary, I the 'future( to the emancipation of a race, j not only eniiiely inconsistent wilh ( ; : ( : .
eyes of dark fire, small and twinkling like him but woods and waters, birds trees, mountains I I I era, his name might have been a signal of whose insolence? becomes only the more oflen principles, but exceedingly :
inonils in a sea, (they were diamonds of the S'J, moon and stars. There he might I doom to quaking nations ; hkiemmn might sire and intolerable! with every approach to a Bards its success a parI). In I
soul shining in a U Ire'f"! sea of humor :) and did; ponder I will. Aye, he did mor ; he have blazed like a comet, through all time. realization of' that 'freedom they seem incapable I on the struggles of the 1\-0' { I,
-a swarthy complexion, as embrowned by bjugl.t him books ofliterature aud science, I But he was born in the wildest! mountains of of enj ling without abusing and dis- I which have been striving for the a :
j the kisses of sunbeams: ; rich, ropy lips, always! and pouted over them as lie toje along will Kenluck! ; he was taught the spiritual 1 'tenets gracng. ever since the adoption of ihe i: .
:, slightly parted, as if wearing a perpetual merry an ardor and patient perseverance as I of Wesley, and educated to regard the callingof It was therefore with much satisfaction I will be seen that the Democratic ; { !
smile, and you have a lfe.lkt portrait of perhaps was never witnessed within the stone a Methodist I circuit rider as the loftiest on that the committee which prepared the never triumphed except by a union
j j Peter Cvirtu-rig.it., the fJc.fared jocose prca.i walls of a college. Thus he mastered math. earth.The able saw and eloquent' resolutions, adopted' with so rnocncy of the \orih with that of '
i cher. ematics, J logic, physics, 1,1\and se'erallan. Effects of tILe freeze."-We learn much unanimity prefaced them: by a declara- Nor can it ever triumph in any otb t '
i Though I heard it all, from the text to .the ,u ages, ancient and modern. Oh believe from all quarters that the freeze" on lion of principles on which the true democracyhas It was this union that secured the !
i amen, I am forced to despair of me-believe all Ilr"t, history-there is no and his { !
any :attempt Wednesday night was most destructive to vegetation. always planted itself; and always been of democratip ; .I-
l lo convey)' an accurate idea of either the sub. teacher like) the student's own h\.rd"wordu'; The crop of corn and cotton, most victorious when united in their support nor did the federalists: ever \' {\ !
I stance or manner: of the sermon which fol- inlrltct. urged on to action guided in its of which was up or) in the. process of bprou'ing' They have lately got into a very bad: habit of cendencey, m>til the recession of :
lowed. There are diffeient sorts of sermons "by' the omnipotence of an uncouq' era- is entirely cut oil: The whole crop will rev losing sight; of these great fundamental doctrines I gave: the Presidency to John Q.
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-the argumentative, the dogmatic: the poslu. q'lire replanting. The fruit trees which the assertion of( whicls gave dignity to Yet, notwithstanding these reJc
latory, the persuasive, the punitive, time t cum (But why did not this Western prodigy achieve were in full! blossom giving the most abundant party struggles, and made ambition virtue, of past experience, a section of the l
balive, ** in orthodox blows and knocks" the for himself! a more extensive renown ? promise for a rich harvest that vre have I and bought to strengthen themselves by an of the North, has Jvvatitonly; se\'t'r
l logical and poetic ; but this specimen belong.ed Why did he not clm\ the loftiest stations seen for years, are ruined for this season, and alliance with petty 'factious having no princi bonds that knit them in one ;
to none of these categO ies. I wal sui in the church '+t be true, he ia tome instances entirely des'.r&yed.: Ice pies in common with theirs and which wereonly bv. rnuking! one common cause with ,
prncrit, and of a new species. I might her ought"before now to have been' bishop, at the was formed on water a quarter of an inch elements of weakness ; since though they cal abolitionists, and through their :
a,1 termed properly the tro ;islHe least. thick, and the ground was in many places fio- brought a small accession of numbers tame; ) lure instructing their Senators: and ,
began with a beautifully modula. The statement of a few fL'l will solve the zen hard. disgusted a much larger portion of the old democracy their representative in Congress
" ted tone, in a voice that rolled ou the fret( problem. Let it be remembered, then, that The TyJladega stage came through at 71 which scorned all association with the Wiimot Proviso, the substance
.: night air like successive peals of grand thunder. the Methodist Episcopal Church i is a hierarchy o'clock Thursday morning with about 1 $ inches such aUS ilia lies. may be dead, but the spirit of ,
Methodist ministers are celebrated. for sonorous in which the dispensation of clerical honors of snow on the top, and we !learn trom It is by this impolitic and unpatriotic course, in all its vigor. This Proviso, as ,
voices but his was matchless in sweetness as rests exclusively with the HUhnps and the driver that it snowed all Wednesday' evening that a portion of ihe democracy cf New Yoik, ted, is declaration of war against !
well at power. For the first ten minutes his General Conference of itinerants: where the within twenty miles of this city. which had always hertufbre planted itself on a contemplated ,violation cf the
remarks, being prefatory, were cornntun-place laity :u.t local preachers are unrepresented A Registering Thermometer which was the rock of the Constitution and'the rights of I Iand an invasion of the rights of \' r
and \tmi&lerebling, ; but then all oi aMilden and consequently have no voice. Hence, in suspended from an upper window of the Dexter the States( has at length found itself with the this Union, North, South, East, and ; i I
his face reddened, his eye lightened, his ;;es.turec that sect, popularity, eloquence, and other House, marked twenty-five. degrees as the millstone of fanaticism about its neck, and Gentlemen, it is not for me to sa I !
grew* animated a the waftures of a fiery showy qualities, have never been found tutfi. greatest cold at night ; the Thermometer at laboiing in' he( 'same vineyard with a sect portion of I the democracy of the i I
torch his whole countenance to deut to the -emurent distinctions Col. Owen's door at 4 A. M. "
Iud changed passports pre was thirty-one which has over and over: declared that we York got into such strange co I
an expression uf inimitable humor ; and now ofauthoiity and ofDce} but leJto the reverse. degrees, at 61., thirty-two degrees.: will give the union for Ihe abolition of slavery will venture to insinuate that the ; :
hU wild, waggish, peculiar eloquence, poured The Ubhop's gown must won by steady, The extent and and severity of this ill-timed ;" and as often denounced the Constitution gels out lilt the better. The I (
Jike a mountain torrent. Glancing arrows au : not by brilliant oratory or frost wjll materially diininith the chances of of the United States as "a gross violation of Party is no longer as it once hoa '
,of wit, shift of ridicule, ban mnlt, and sidetplilling profound and varied learning. On this perilous !. an average crop; of cotton this ou.-.l1ont. the law of God and the rights of nature.-" and indivisible." It 1 las ceased to ; : : .
Kuecdotes, sparkled, flashed, and flew rock Peter Cartwrtght's lofty vessel was gomery Journal, April 2. Can it be a mailer of surprise that the long geneous, and become vitiated by } ,
like hail, till the vast auditory was convulsedwith shivered into the atoms of a hopeless wreck. Proper Time for SlaHgtyering Animals.It .- triumphant democracy i is now in a minority, of notions-for they cannot be f.II ( i
laughter. For a while the more ascetic lie made no pretensions to superior sanctity has lately been discovered by a French not only i in the $tate of New York, but in the pies-borrowed from an as : : r
strove to resist the Strung current, of their own nor was it manifested in his conduct and de. chemist, that the flesh animals, which are United States 1 It has associated itself with most every fraction of a faction '
spontaneous emotions ; the sour.faced clergy meanor, whether in the pulpit or in private killed i in thejlatter; part of the night, will ) et'p i the must dangerous spirit of fanaticism thai which has mingled its mischief i :
frowned and hung their heads ; and :1 the life. Indeed, he was distinguished 1 for one much longer, without salting, than it will ever manirebh itself. in this country ; and jhe stern old principles of !: *
old maidenly' saints groaned with un. very unclerical peculiarity oombativeness; in when they are killed in the day time.t This many, very: many, reflecting, patriotic men corrupted them by an infusion of ? : .
tpe&kable. anguish at such desecration of the the superlative degree. His battles, though proves that the flesh is better 'fitted] for keep who assisted in,all its previous struggles, per theories or theories which if '
evangelical desk. These, however, *ooii dis always apparently on the defensive( were as ing, when, the life and t.food are taken! ceiving the inevitable consequences thai musl tI only result in the entire destruction > ; '
': cverpdotbat they had undertaken an impossi numerous a? the celebrated Bowie. The on. from the animal, at the t time the temperature result from ihe sacrifice of political principle I cial system, and the suspension of
ble achievement in thinking to witbttitud the ly difference lay in this, that Bowie fought is tho lowest, and the respiration i if the least t to fanatical dogmas, haye retired! from the: obligations and duties. In short, t : I
faccticc of Cartwright. Hit every sentencewas with deadly weapons, while Cartwright used active. Hence) tho reason that the flesh from I. field and only look on in despair. m', that the democracy has [ : : .. f i
like a 'al'finder tickling .the tilts +;fihe but his enormous fist which was as effective, animals that been highly heated or hard driv. Gehtlernen, whenever fanaticism enlis's it., thing, tar: what :if gained, will bo
hearer. IJj very looks, incited to mirth farpure however, in the speedy settlement of bcligerent en, will scarcely keep at all.-Aug. Conslilu- self as a party iu political struggles, it is dan,I nothing. > .
i .1)119. tfytr wca',jokes, so that ike efFuit! issues ai any knif or pistols ever forged lianrli.st: geroua .to (he peace of c mmunite.'smid, .i States,. Fur these, anj other weighty f f ,

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Once More not secure to a colored! man a right to vote
Tribute the of the DEATH OF CALHOCN. conclusion. must be remeinbered -
of Respect to Memory It : JloriMau & groundless I united The Sentinel of last week, by its wrccWess-! flf! ihe Legislators who govern him tbe judges
Hon. John C. Calhoun.A Public Meeting at Hadlson C. H., Fla 1011tal that the two parties in each District
------------.- -- .- something in kicking into one who may tr him, or the Sheriff who
or ,
highly:; ropectab'e: meeting of the citizen Pursuant to previous notice! a meeting of the citi- ? the same two candidates. There ness "} may

.* of Jefferson Countconvened at the reni of M.\Jton: County was held at the court-house R. B. HILTON &C. IJY ic", upon there nothing to of our Editorials the name of Gor. Brown, hang him.
on Saturday April 13th, for the of EDITORS AND being no opposition; was cat
Prcibyterian Church in .Mon'icelln. on Saturday purpose expressing PROPRICTORS. where Col. Benton was clearly referred to,
An Test.
their sorrow and taking for solemnizing -- ----- of the people.! Suppose an election Easy
prpertll'l ------- out a vote
13th 18.0 the Court Hou -
April [ being the the -- the of what we wrote, and then Sentinel the result
event by appointment an orator to destroys sense The interpreting of the
Florida for to.
in a state ofrep\ir: ] for ih(\ purpose of paying deliver an eulogy upon hi. life and character. Saturday, April 20, 1850. were to occur in GI\'eror '
tribute of the of the On) motion Co B. C. S. candidate in ihe replies to it.'e have no other answer than late Election in Georgia as the voico of the
some repect to memory of Pope. SUPIINI: E'q. --: : morrow, with only one f.I

lion. Jon: C. CALiiot'K. On motion, C.tpt. wag called to the chair and I n. F. \ *.D'.OW, EKJ PJLI Docvm cxrs.-ur Congreiional: and the certainty that there would be bul one. thc re-publication of what we did Ja); the people. of that State, against the Southern

DANIEL Hilt!) was elected Chairman, and requested to act a* secretary. The chair ha*ing f.p1ailfd meaning of which is entirely altered by theSentinel's Convention, siys : In our own State \\9
the of the the if the whole State would poll five
object on motion ot delegation accept our thanks for nmer- we question
B. W. TAYLOR, Secretary.On Hon. D. H. :ly", a Iletins.the was appointedby wi illustrates interpolation. We wrote as fol. should look with perfect confidence for a similar .
favors in' the The Columbus Times
ous of hundred votes.
motion of Smith way public .
Caraway Esqr., a the chair report resolution' &c., erprea.-ivc of docI.rent lows I I result."
Committee of five was appointed, to draw upa the feeling of the meeting.. The committee was speeches, &c. ( this point by the following statement : : v.
of the Hon. D. HMiys. There is no evidence that Benton has an Well test this matter, with
Preamble and Resolutions, expressing: ilieenhz&cnL composed following gentlemen- A few weeks an election occurred in ) eupposo we re.

? and feelings of the meeting on the Col. B. Gen C. John and S. Broome Isaac, Hon. \\ P Mjseley vvhohaving ., County; Bible Society.By fis county to fill two ago vacancies on the Inferior purpose of voting for the Wilmot Proviso ference to Florida. It may be very easily
Pope Capt. reference to'another has denounced it most contemptuously! has an
Bunting column, it t will be
uceason. Court Bench. There was no opposition, i is in few-
retired a short time, h Judyc! done. An election to com a
Tho following :gentlemen composed! the! Marine followingeamblo! and resolutions which seen that our County Itible Society is making an i every body knew that ihe two candidates arrant humbug--as a question of"goats wool. months throughout this Slate, for a member of
But he Bcrzlon Gov.
Committee, vir : Caraway Smith James were unanimously aJopltJ an effort to a of the Scriptures inevery woulllll! elected. The result was that the though ( not a
The political: Philosopher aid Statesman place copy the Sentinel makes us say) should not vote for Congress and members of the Legislature.We ._
fivott, James R. TuckerV.. S. Dilwoith and treat Justices elected hcll. 90 votes out ofa
JOHN C. CALII.ICN, is This illustrious citizen family$ that i is delitito: in this an.l l were :.
Robeit I). JOhlllin.After P.I mo"p. W. 2,000.) hardly followed the Proviso, he has done that for which the in behalf of those in favor ofiho
pure patriot grea' orator and profound statesman kulla $ To enable voting: population of I propose
County. to do this, South. never should forgive him. He has
a short deliberation the Committee has pjsjifd f.I the scene of !Ma Senatorial labors I th(1 from tir't. that the 1010 staid: away, Southern Convention to support a candidate

reported the following (Preamble) and Resolu. and earthly I triumphs to I the prest! :; of hi* Ocd two or I three hundred dollars are nece sJ' were opposed; :to the elected! candidates, or op. juia"tthe North in denunciation, and in a war. for Congress, and candidates for the legufo.

lions; their Chairman) Smith, He \ho for nearly fjity years, has challenged the is to raise the inference against the truest friends of South. He
through Caraway I proposed this amount I by ask. posed to thc Inferior Court ilsolf ; yet State all of whom
the shall
admiration of his country and of the would by the has weakened the South by creating divisions, ture throughout ,
who, after reading themt addressed! a few brilliant and matchless ing the ministers of the different churches I is as fair in one case as the oher.-!
:powers of his ,mind,-by the and dissensions, jealousies within our own have been of the Nashville Con
feeling and pertinent remarks: to the meeting.A loftiest patriotism-by the most of these And if in the Justice's election, some 70 or 80() supporters
purity throughout two counties
spotless he
deep bolemnity pervaded the assembly! and public and private character by the intellectuAl to present people had voted, 'no Justice's Court,' the borders. That great statesman: and true I vention. Let the Sentine raising the ban.

the countenances anti manner of all indicated I grandeur of his genius and ( devotion claims of this cause, and take up a collection. proceeding would have been about as relevantand friend of the South, whose loss every patriot ner of" No Convention" Xo Disunion,"

the most profound regret for the death of the I to the cause republican liberty, and social advance- Tht sum ofihese collections will, i is thought, germain to the issue, as it was when'no nov deplores, was the object of his most envenomed "traitors" and disunion.antcharinl
merit, 1, closed his and into How far Gov. Brown has those as
good and great Calhoun and the :highest re- & stewardship passed be sufficient to procure the Bibles: and employa Convention and no Disunion' were voted." bOSity. t r
history How inscrntilt are the ways of Providence of Col Benton, not only isls" who are in favor of the Convention, sup.
respect for lila memory.Whereas how deeply 'c the sad bereavementt man to visit every family in these counties, But we are told that among the votes given, flowed "
we h 're heard with the deepest t this dark hour of our trial when the very founda- opposition to the Con\entinn. port for office gentlemen opped to this re.
tions and give them a Bible, if they are destitute, some were actually in opposition to the Con. but in his assaults Mr.: Calhoun, we leave
sorrow and regret ufthe decease of the lion. of/that/ government to the glory awl permanence upon volutionary"! assemblage. are told that

John C. Calhoun : Therefore, of which he had so largc'y' contributed. are and cannot or wi not purchase one. To en. 'vention. Well, what is the inference from the flowing extract from his letter of there or two Democrats who are
are one op.
Rcsolrfd being shaken to their centre, we had trusted in his able the that fiict ? that those who voted ) say :
That our feeling! are commensurate to enter speedily thisnnnrh.n' Simply against
ability to direct us-to the Ccn-titution and socetj' upon the Convention. Well, we will
with occasion. I preserve '_. .._ I do not wish to see another revolution, and I posed to try
the .
( time
: Convention ihe Convention
the Union i IniOlate. and "hAm '--: .1. fhpnd are opposed lo ; icfr".1
trf.il ..,
Kctotvcd, That to tpeak ol John' U.; Ual-; a impcrishalile \legacies alas 'I hope is that collections be taken up in the churches ..._ ......*--. ?, Mtsiii 2i< iit iiiir ni iuc it?. : lor (tnfse r.1.1mnn pronounce in" bluxh"mis in uovernment this connect a inn.HISlol ,. c.t ..r.tt" oil ;ihr.iit thorn A3 Possible V

noun as a man, a patriot or a statesman, would! crushed.our midst at Our a time great when statesman we most has needed been called his: counsels from- and) forwarded, before the loth of June next, turns, to be perhaps 3 tenth or a fifth of them. despotism ho would cal a Convention of modern With the support of a 1 who are in favor oft,
him his full meed of politicians to remedy inherent defects in the mk the
he to .
superfluous give for ticket we are willing chan.ces.
our ,
and most required ttt magic of his great name to THOMAS J. PKKKINS, Esq., Treasurer of again! the Convention, we may, perhaps, pre- great Charter of our tihert ies-who think themselves
praise would exhaust the language: of pane and unrivalled genius guide\ us in our darkest able it-who The friends of Gov. Brown think
to in
improve lo
that tenth filth of the anticipated
the Florida Hible Society. same a or people respect h
He needs record to his hours of trial and when the most consummate f

gyric. no perpetuate prudence grievances would change or destroy it-ana who has been unfairly dealt by. Let his friends
worth. His name is a volume.Krsolccd and ,ki were requisite to direct us in safety.CAUIOUN We commend this enferprize to the alien- the State are opposed to it : t though it is doubt seek to delude the people with dazzling scheme ofa

render heart ha I ecu the name invoked and the states Southern Confederacy, which are but igne fintui bring out their candidates, supported by the
That whilst t we our towards whom all turned with tion and support of our readers, Loping that ful whether even this presumption is author-! "
felt sympathy to the family of the deceased,yet trusting man confidence and )country has not bern a the efforts of our Bible Society to give the zed, from the fact ,that the opposition tickets, to lure them on to political ruin. Sentinel l upon this itsue. His opponents will
Does doubt that Mr. Calhoun's .
we feel that their j/nWc"loss i.; mingled in a disappointed, for to her has he devoted in all the I any one though bring out their candidate upon the same issue.
Bible the destitute around in Columbus and elsewhere much to the indignation .
nation's woe.IZesolt'cd truthfulness of his attachments, t'ic wisdom and energy to us may be crowned ( name was not mentionet. this precious
The will decide at the ballot box.
That the Chairman appoint a of a mind enriched by long and patient reflection with success. of the people after it was found out) sentence was aimed as a at t great and people

and thought, a wisdom gained by the closest then his death bed. Thos. \ make this proposition to the Sentinel,
good man, lying on ,
suitable person to deliver a eulogy on John The Executive Committee of the Florida were got up clandestinely. The oppositionwas
study of our Constitution and system ".f government, is blush" for John C. Calhoun and Brown's friends.
Brown to
ready to Gor. Surely
C. Calhoun.On and made effective and wonderful by the exalted! purity Society \vjJJ, we are informed, employ a Bible thus fcecrelly rallied, and nothing. being they
motion of Capt. James Scott, the Pre. of his motives. the other side The language furnishes no words fran will advocate and acquiesce in it ; for tho
distributor, as soon as a suitable suspected on a vote was givenin
Wonderful was the statesman whose person cal oppropriate comment. Wjbster and Clay,
amble and Resolutions were unHnimously! imlcr,1 Jl'3tl Sentinel is perfectly confident as to the "re.
adopted. In accordance with the List Res>o.lulio'i x\e deplore !wonderful in the truth aid constancy, be found, to visit every family in this and in opposition, which, when compared with that have joined Homes and Winthrop in terms ol f "
of Inn Ihmc'nt) to cou.v.itutional principles-wonderful the candidates is the exalted Gov Brown is suit. The risk, too, would be all on the
the Chairman appointed Caraway : Wakulla counl '. for probably more than a most eulogy:- readyto
in the of his character
wonderful in
'hlush' fir the illustrious Carolinian Well side! of the Democrats, for there is no doubt
Smith, E qr., (to deliver the fOlllo\': ,'. He will the purity onus public and private life and wonder ---- ---- fair indication of the number opposed to the

deliver) it on the 2nd! Saturday June next. ful in all the c'ements' that constitute. the character Election in Georgia. Convention.We might the people of this Stale blush" for a that every man who should be elected on the

On motion of Col. Dilwotih] the following! of true greatness. J It iortr the bier of such a statesman Some arc rejoicing at lime s-m.-ilhicss: of the have several high officer of the same, who at such' a time Anti.Convention ticket, would he a Whig ;
and patriot tlHt'e hate to-day met to commingle reasons for believing the and under such circumstances, could! such
Resolutions! were adoptedZ'omJ : vote cast in Georgia Delegates to the Nashvillo pen while on the other side, as there are
our and tears with the millions of fr many
of the Preamble and sympathies Southern Convention highly popular; in Geor. word''e leave him with them f for their
/ a copy American patriots, and to o'TVr the tribute of our Convention. The same persons, Whi-'s in favor of the Convention, it is not
Resolutions adopted by this meeting, be sent gratitude and Jove. He. it therefore! \\ill gia. In the first pi-ice every member of the judgment of approval or condemnation.

to the widow of the deceased IJtlll Secretary.Resolved Rr'rl, That in tho death of the Hon. Jon C very few except! >nv, would rejoice at the failure late Legislature of that State was in favor of We here say that though Benton should! quite certain that all successful on that side

That the Secretary be directed CAI.HOCN, we depb re the loss of a philosophic and of any sc;)mc which should promise to would be Democrats. The Sentinel might
of it. Now unless the Georgia politicians are not vote for the Proviso, he has done that Cor
h an-1 !
to send copies of the proceedin2 of this meet. .ncst tall ml a man unLcm.thul privateand unite the South in behalf of an efficient plan therefore not only have the consolation of seeing .
puli1iccliarad'r. II they have: aboat keen a scent for which the South never should forgicc him.
injr, to the Newspapers: of Tallahassee) forpuhtication. Jtcsolied, I'lut lii. loss is a proper subject for the of action for her de nct. That professed a elected Whigs whom it supported, but even
favor We still (he Does this look like
I popular as an in America. We are say sCmt.
of the whole: but
mourning country more especially
Free Soilcrs should
this is
rejoice at whom it .
The meeting then :l.rJj.1Iffnp-,' fjr the ilcvottd' South hoe unfai ing friend he was natural slow to believe that: they have, all at cnce, an effort !" to polish off Benton ?" Whigs opposed.We

DANIEL: I1IRI. Chairman. under all her tria's' and ( uiils.RrllrJ From the firfci inception of the mfl'emcnt. they I become so patriotic as '10 go, with one consent, make this suggestion in all seriousness,

B. \\'. TATLOU, Secretary. That we offer our .beNt sympathies have not failed to denounce it and its advocates.It Cabinet Changes. I and wait anxiously to learn how it is received
'i.1) condulencc to the family of ihe J'CN"IJ statesman I I for an unpopular measure. The unpopularity
---- ---- in this thtir great affliction. an affliction them is not surprising that they should! ba cheeredby There is doubtless good grouivl for the rumor by the Sentinel and Gov. Brown's friends.-
was clearly on the other side. !
Public at West. beyond utterance and full despair: bul far the in the Cabinet of Gen.
Meeting Key t gredt an manifestations indifference and lukeuarmness changes Taylor. The Sentinel says the people Georgia have
company of mourners who mourn with them.JitfolrtJ ) I Again : In a single County of the State,
At a public meeting of the citizens! of Key 1 Tnt an orator bo selected by this meeting in any poition' of t the Sotiih, in behalf That the whole affair of the administr'l condemned! the Southern Convention. And

"'rbt, without distinction i of paity: held at the to deliver an eulogy upon tIC: life and character of the defence of the South. In so doing, (Cavs,) time opponents of the Convention, more tion has been a total failure thus .In our own State we should look

City Hall, on Saturday evening: the Oth inst. of the illustrious, deCf.1il., and that the first Saturday bold and probably more numerous ehe- says will
after their kind. Their' tan to Ihe that even the Whigs I for similar result.
in June, be Pel apart for that s rvce.Ittftiirrd. they act feelings are parent country perfect confidence a -
their .
for the purpose exjue')sing Mits were, got up a small! meeting in opposition to ,
upon) the death of the Hon. iOU X C. C.\ J.. i 11m a copy of tl.il preamble and) of entirely comprehensible : for, to those who it. The of themselves have very little to say in its favor, Neighbor, if you do not sustain our suggestion
these be transmitted ta the family of the rCuI was a storm indignation
nouN: .\ r.s M. Bn.\l'KW1U..l'Fq. was call. rl.olutunl I would fanaticiMn and sectional animosity and) we can see many reasons why an entire J I and thus secure a victory for your friends,sr me
JrclsPl against these opponents, which at once overwhelmed
-d to the Chair. and I'KKNAMIO: J. MOREXO.cnq. Rtflrtd. That these proceedings be ofii.-ially II piexenting (the extension slavery, andat change in the Departments should! be called! I may think this assertion was made for effect-
tbe chairman and and forwardedto } I hem with shame and terror. Judg.
appointed Secrel r eijrucd: by *ccretarv :
for them. That the .
same time by preserving the Union, by any mm will sagicily yourself believing it.
After a few approj-riate: remaiksfrom: the the Takh.i5! papers for publication.; lug from the Rome Southerner, a paper pub you
I On motion of Jen. Uroome. the Hon. D If. Mays lose nOM of their opportunities of of the editor of the Sentinel should sa
Chairman, the'! meeting was addressed by I deliver the lished in the neighborhood of the place where )
was appointed to funeral oration in accordance Richmond and the Nashville Convention
of the administration that it is destined
R. MALLojir and Tuos. F. KI.NC themselves by legalized: plundering of the
STEPhEN: with the -1th resolution.Tli this meeting was hold, never was there
csrjs ; and on motion.A .ineting, after hating been feelingly addressed South, (opportunities of which a Dissolution exhibited the greater take a stronger hold on the i popular confidence The Richmond Enquirer contains the action
excitement of lhat
Committee of Fn'p was appointed )by the by several gentlemen present, adjourned to the would forever deprive them.) to these men no. by people region lhan any administration since the da)s of Gen. of a preliminary meeting in Richnio-.u,
first Saturday in June. than called forth .
those who
was by attempted
Chair to draft suitable Rc.coution! woich were S. STEPHENS, Ch'mn.II. thing that the South has ever proposed has Jackson," is supremely ridiculous and farcical. Va., on the subject of the Southern Convc--: .

unanimously l adopted, a. folows : I\ \\' RO.OSu'y, to organize opposition to the SouthernConvention. tion. The consist ot from 35( t l'>
There is in meeting
Resolved, That the people of South Florida been so ominous ant dreadful as the Southern Their movement was at once not a so1lary Whig Congress!, (

have ht'ar of tie death of JOHN C. CALHOU.N The Election. Convention. For they' know that so soon as ignominously crushed.No whose character is such as to command re. ,100 persons, voted down, by an "imme1nnjority <

with profound abiding sot row. the South becomes united, not only in feeling sped for his statements, who has had the hare a rsoIutiol: of A J. Crane, ic "t{:
AK the submissionists is the
was expected :arc set. Georgia not opposed to S"ullcr,
Resolved, Thai by his death the nation: has ting up a shout because the vote lor d l.legtte8 but on a plan of defence, they must yield Convention. None of the Stales dihoQl to utter an)thing purely nonsensical. position to the appointment delegates to tn-J:!
first and Statesmen that Souhc'r
lost one of Pal ilts to the S"ulllcr Convention was small. The, : either their love of or their love of In the Senate, only defenders the administration Convention. A committee was appointtU lo
reliable than is she. I .
have shone in its Hall of i latifn.- : I II miscief are more Her politicians
c.tr rc Southern Recorder, a paper which we do Such there has as yet been able to draw out in. report action for a subsequent! meeting. _
l and a plan was
Pre-eminent, in patriotism, ability.lie I rank with the siilmm oniMs money. deftfct one or another, may attempt to swerve

has with a self-sacrificing spirit devoted him- i not regard as a rebuke to-the Democratic, pretends party to i ii I reason to hope, might be agreed upon, in case her from her Southern integrity, but the effort its behalf.. are Truman Smith and William II. The meeting i is, to u?, the mo e gratly: ;:':.;

scum the good and glory of his country ; and I as if his i own political friends had not sustain; all the Southern States should harmoniously will he vain. The State i is not only strongly Seward! Clay and Webaler, Berrien and f urn the well known fact that the rnelmpoh:*

whit, his all memory sections will of ever our be Union gratefully, the South cher. ed,(as we believe unanimously) the proposition: unite for consultation in a Southern! Conven- in favor of the Southern Convention but it Mtingnrn, it is notorious, scarcely notice i iI, of Virginia, is one of the strongest Wh; : cit

by to send delegates to that I How, while the of less calibre, seeing doubtless ies in the Union. The. speaks c
will embalm it in her heart of hearts, and re.cajlitin CII1''ntiol lion. How reasonable; then, that the Free be found with the South, or in advance of' guns Ei.rj'iirer

1 silence and tears. then, can he make it appear that Ihc mall SoBers should oppose that Convention ? How the wi South, i in support of wlrch that it has been weighed in the balance the result of the meeting in tl.e'fliiv\;.
/fur of faith and the any proposition
vole a measure parties, (
((ill- "
Restored, That the occurrence of this calamity of both patties is rebuke of of the reasonable that: they should rejoice at any promises sa1ct'totie South.Public and found wanting, by their remarkable silence terms :

at this juncture when discord threatensto I dil.tr? 1 ole signs of its failure 1 -- --. -- offer it the cold shoulder.As .Thus:have the people of this city spoken K.:
of the Union parties j i"e i is ,to suitaiu I the IrierKN t o
disturb in Florida. vr>
harmony comes dleing herd
The people are for the Convention. They What JO\'Clcnt has the South yet ever Meeing i indicative of the feeling Washington Union and the Southand lo:rvbukethel.0: :, :
with tenfold force. The nation has lost t ta been ii the .
upon us end knew that there was no contest, anSI thai a made, in her own defence, that these men Meetings hf'lt i on the subject Cabinet changes, we have the hesitating in the work 011 j n-tecting u: ->(r.. *
PatriotStatesman Popular rightsare. Jackson Nassau and St. John's the i. :,:-. __
Spl. small vote elect. If they the Counties wrongs threatened and redressing ; '
deprived of a ,' \ powerful advocate. "oult IJPle\(1 have not denounced ? And when has it been I been permitted to nrike the following extract ready inflicted. Mr- Crane made the te-: : :.t.--
Convention was to be a which action taken in behalf the
as em- at
was _
He was the friend of all sections cf I that they have not found some pretended I from a letter to a gentleman in this city, written sisted upon a vote, substantially denoi' fn ? ;!
age, why did they not come out and suppressit Southern Convention.At Nashville Convention, and declaring it ; ;."t-0 r.t
the Confederacy : willing to do wrong to none, I Southern and to chime in with I by an intelligent Whig of Washington : -in i ih :- "
the men take :
or by no as presses by iu to send to part "
and \tinl CUll'lnton the in Si. John's held in St.I deepfe'
and only on justice equality to meeting I
insisting "There about lions. He to, again and JT-< ?' -<-
bmissionibts dcsirrd >*rnto tried to and re-echo their denunciations 1 How \\asf are some rumors changesin \\23 3ppealrt ;
each. Hut the South has sustained the hcav. ant II Augustine, the following letter was read from I the lion a and .' '"..at comittce ;:-
go perr' .
the What be done is cc.mmilce
It Answer this Cabinet.
get them to ( ) ? us question, I not 't
ye wi ,.
Southern in
icst blow. She has lost her son at a moment i with the Address ? an appeal to consider the subjc-ct and mM-e re
Gen. Hernandez and influential ; Y"t
renegades to the cause of the South ? Lay a distinguished known. Seward's in the Cabinet :
He and his two duun wi-uldlisti. \' ; :
his devotion most and desired that the Southern fitnd I.i .-
when was
cht'ri611.d not the flaterin .uncI ion to your sous! (if ye I i was entire mt"mbr of the whig party, one of the mu' persisted in their det t I.llm.'m }
and she with filial afiec-
conspicuous; mourns have any) that the people are with you. You I Delegation should unite, and that they should Taylor Electors in 1848 : both Houses have withdrawn their adherence try the vote. They had been invited ." "' ". '' fl r""
loss of steadfast Chief of whose '.
the a .
lion over I know better, in spite of all your miserablegasconade. ; be sustained by the unanimous voice of their to Taylor's measures, until he discharges and vote down every proposition; lay >o t"e
and there is fel. "ST. Jorum's PLANTATION ( Convention. of the :' .
firm, fixed lasting quality no I The advocates apj. I> t.
No Cassville have Alril0.18:0.Sir some he has around him, whom he
the firmament.fleaolred. whtrr, save in constituents. Were not the Free Soilcrs opposed men committee generally declared thtmsb :'. i tv'A
low in political the heroes of submission been able lo mustera : 1 was my intention does not admire himself. He is only wailingan Convention. Underthesecirctim& id ..'.t '" ',
That in private life and to that ? Was not Benton opposed to
purt.of meeting of a(dozetimen| to pass anti-Southern Augustine yesterd.iy, to have returned in time opportune period. Clayton is never sober. waj piessed, and by a majority of ab i1' *n t' :r.*

I irreproachable I the countryhas resolutions,; and that called out a much "at.er i? We beli\o that, lithe truth could be as. to attend the meeting which is to take place Meredith is full of fear, and cannot sustain Mr. Crane's resolutions was voted d-\n-d{\. -
by Mr. CALIIOVS'S decease been deprivedofone there to-morrow, for ihe of nominating XVell may we repeat, that the people ...uveendi"'wi, *
number to rebuke it. We know (that certained, it would be found that nine-tenths o purpose any real identity of character. He is over .. .
and the Nashville Convention, and that th. :r ; ,1 s ?
of its brijibcst ornaments examples. Electors for the Nashville! Convention.
wretched the Caosville subtle in his construction of law and inconsistent .
thing, platform, conccived they now opposed to thu movement for a Soulh-of the country the Union .ier.cs' +..;-
That in these respects, a wel as in his public in sin and brought forth in iniquity, for I Southern Convention to the Believing that Congress!, in its wisdom would in his decisions. His decisions dependon nally triumphed. Thanks-, yes we s,>I, ;/akl} ;.'.
of were opposed
career the wi stand on page history as tile partizan purpotes, has been rcpudialed by I at the pieeent session, provide a remedy for the aristocracy of the individuals calling and sincere, we otTer to the noble h,-:rtd men 11 i 1;

a model), whose perfections fc\.ol its records the best men, who were drawn into it. The movement for the Southern sand; the grievances of which the Slave holding for them. He never had any political char Whig pariyone and all of them, MJO' r.r.ve :."".,.

can compare. truth is, that we know many strong friends of those who shall hereafter be found in opposition States have: so long complained, I was inclined acter. Ii.principal merit has been his ability ?tri bove, alt other stood considerations he ar., \J>< >f: is"-1 v1"I*%
>tically > (
tender to the of uj fo It ,
Resolved, That we family the Convention who could easily have voted, to any other scheme which promises effectual to look upon the Nashville Conventionas io Clayton on good dinners, and swill Slate thalt them. Let their tigh. h. r--f >'-ar'J,

Mr. CAL Ot: our tlncere sympathy 'for the but neglected to do so, for the reason assigned protection to the South, will come, we premature, and urged more for political :him with good wine." and disinterested conduct chcrd w.::. cv,l
visited them.
that has effect than for other but after
above. It not to be at any ; seeing enduring gratitude. .
was expected, a busy
of these resolutions predict, from the ranks now filled by The N. Y. Tribune in reference to
Resoltvd, copies season, and in an election in which the parties opponents MhSeward's speech, and (hat the views of says

be forwarded to the newspapers of. Tallahasseefor and not in of the Southern Convention. We know there Mr. Webster and others are not heeded, the this matter The New York Tribute.We .
were acting together, opposition, ,
; also, lo the Mercury and Courier and where it was known that a small and a are those who opposed the Southern Address conviction rests upon my mind, thai the South We think the rumor circulated yesterdaythat cannot advise our readers tisubv' :l

of Charleston: S. C. would have the result-time who in favor of the will finally have to adopt measures for its own the'Cabinet had broken was 'ri'r-!
large vote same are Southern Convention.To up premature for this paper ; for, to say nothing g of its

JAMES M. BR\CEWEr.L Chairman., election of a Whig and a Democratic delega. such, forgetting the past, we credit safety ; and as I am prevented from returning hut that there must be changes is not its Fourierism and F.Sniiism, ,1.. ... -.

tion-that there would be a largo vote. It is, gial to the city, I beg leave to request you will merely our own but time general i: impression. gery. .
FEBNANUO J. MOBF.NO, Secretary. characteristic of the enemies of the! Conven. for their present position.Is please make known these sentiments to the That it is the conviction of nineteen of( every ..1 connection with the I powe'f.tt: tan 1: .' ". ,'J'

THE FAG.IVERS.l- It is not our customto lion to falsify everything in connexion with it. it not time that the South should! begin to meeting-, and oblige, twenty who have ar.y opinion \ the subject, editors, and its immense circ>iit!; !ion, rru'r iu

apply nicknames to our political opponents ; It is Mated, for instance, that (here were only reflect somewhat ? May she not well enquirethe Very respect Ail ly, we have no doubt ; and if den. Taylor l-as .. to our minds, the most dangerous publicatkift:

nor would we suggest one at this time, but 40 votes polled at Caitersville. This not thc meaning and purpose of those who, pretending Yous obdt. servant, any doubt or hesitation the subject, the now issued. Though we frankly! confess that

- from the fact, that not a day has passed for the truth. Moreover, every role polled there, wasa I to be identified with her, while they Signed, JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ. Country wi thank him to tai,: tie sense we would not willingly disj.-'ise i with ft fom:
vote for the Convention, not one vote againstit. of the Whig members f.f Congress without .
six months in which the cabinet organ, willjllienifrelvea; nothing for her safely t Backing One's Friends. lisl.Ve doi.t: : i:
our exchange wLitb.
for Miller far Fouche propose and be If thirty .
.. has not applied The vote was 40, The exception, guided thereby. j
we from the
authority, suppose
by democratic the amazingly 55-so there wern f>; voles polled in that will yet resolutely resist every proposition and SC'ltinl quotes I'pnsaco1 out of the one hundred and thirty advise; other paper in the Union fhihis as r.tfh
1 lo the parly witty Gazette the
of bitter enuers." We do not small village. Where were the subniissioniMg oppose every plan which others devise or sug. following. complimentary notice him to get on wiih his present ad\isers a latent, energy, and enterpriv ii: i its: c.dec:

sobriquet to deprive that dignified print of the delecttble that they did not ccmc out and vote "n(Coirenfton'7 gest for her defence I Can she rely on them, of our Congressional Delegation. The kiib- whole, we shall be grieviou displlint d." tort as does the Tribune. : r.U ;its <' ': ''tu

pleasure wLien! it seems to CtljOJ'in Where were tl.e new-fledged patriots, or confide in them, in the day of her trial ?- ject is their letter to Gov. BROWN. Tho italics -Election-- -- in Ohio. tors have secured a triumpl. unpaia: !'!* ,"' :::1
that they, did not come out to save our gkri.
its '.
applying the nickname, the the .mocraticparj' out Union"?-Rome Southernor.MISSISSIPPI. I it not llt'ly that they will prove false to her. are our own : Since the present administration( came into the history of newspapers. Af-r:: 2.1 .' ;.
intellect to "
own prodigious and that the influence of their counsel will We are not KHrprized at Mr. Ynlee'it par. .'. cir :*
l ---- there have 'been so Whig de. tence of about nine years, : :< .
v/ish! it many
to con. power
Oa tie contrary, we licipation in tho As Democrat .
tinuc the practice. As it is the organ of the .-Wo leDI from the} Missis- make others false ? Those( who now holdback died in the correspondence.wool, he is hut laboring a in feats, that to record them has almost ceased to now us follows : 15,300 (,f :thee I-uly: -,&?&,

cabinet the world wi be very apt to meas.I. 6ippi.-ii that the report of the committee for the on cr discountenance by their coldness, or his vocation. Nor since Mr. CabdL's somcr be a matter of interest. Indeed, we are re. of the feeniuweekly, and 33.7-Jil ofth- twiefcri'

ure dignity of body by* the daily Jan- Federal Relations of Mississippi, making a!,provision in (the Nashville impede by their opposition, the movements of set in the rulC fur Sl'al'rr, cant in utter contempt minded that we have not even yet published I ly edition, besides t the Eunpn arc! rrrr; -,

sldopt'djCural. Hut as an offset, representation the South through consideration of ex. of the etprcued til ", ,against To meet the r'J'd/ ;.'.,: ;
- Iuageor ourselves, convention, after having been suitably amend.ciU'ASSBDTHK party cons/ilclts any notice of the election in New Hampseire, nta editions. .Hh5.
e8t, not meaning to use it Mr. were be *
l HOUSE WITHOUT A pcdicncy or self-interest, will still hold back Winlhrop prep-red greatly threshed its advertising columns, ::.e .../- ; .-" sued
the of .fiig-enrlenj"l. to the Ta'lorIDr surprized at his share in the where party was terribly a on
application Republic DISSENTING VOICE So ihe Mississippi I and still until the withering rebuke of correspondence been doubled, -nvUj'a; ? !to!:
the Such oppose llhode has :
), reprel ( by an .' -but thit the letter to Gov. Brown month or two since. In Island! the lately

; tion will be very appiojuiatc ; for Cf'r. whigs are iot to be whipped into!submission.there fora I popular indignation shall drive hut Lm to discharge should have attached to it I he signature of Democrats running no candidates, the whigs editors say,) "an increase t c.:f .dt: >tr! ,td: <#.

mainly the followers of the cabinet: are but tho The lath wr.s it is applied as vigorously in Tenncisee.Nashville ,.- the duties which they owe to the land Gen. Morton, ccitainly proves that the (General have been more lucky than elsewhere. penditure of some $20,0('!,"' ;.< .. VT*." '1(
time now applied '
the of the) as
of ihe whig body par. has been less c-iutious and sad.
fag-end .par1) the cold shoulder' (Tenn.) Union. which feeds them. lhan usual !in circumspect' Ohio has just chosen Delegates to 3 State is now printed with mos i J Lr. : :f. ::'pc, '*
basing long ago putting to it
- to ty .the administration. Henceforth let i be 1 The same lash has been applied here, but But to return to the Georgia election. To may be illustrative! of tha pen powerful paper effect-or of Convention to amend the Constitution, mind contains an immense am.>uit: ot hi; ,i Uy kt- ,'

:; understood that tho Taylor party ulhe fag-end the \lflhtt.\ Lave proved 8 refractory and spiri. suppose from the fact that a Email vote has contagion at Washington." there, as usual (ho Whigs arc badly beaten. sting information, embodied' : in Correaf i

lie tvliig ,', of which Truman Smith is ted a their brethren of Mississippi and Ten. for the that there dence from all portions cf the
of f part tile subnii&stonibltf been polled Delegates, TheseVhig journals, perhaps, since Sena. The Democrats have elected a largo majori. ciz'Mt'.t
the leader and the Republic I ho organ ; and nesce. The time is coming when fore the of that Slate arc Morton's: secomMetter Tribune Price, 82 for weekly, $:*
them bo known as the .ftg-c, idcn;."- will hang their heads in shame, people opposed tor think him in aliogelher ty. But, says the New York "we

F- Je U'.l1,. Union. every'imci c in tim e South.Columbus 7'mts.I I to the Convention, it ecems L us, would bo a a hopeless 1 condition a Mr. Cabcll. feel confident that all their Democracy will and 5 for daily.'P'ft .







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-er of Hr. Pauldiflff-The Democratic monarchy, under the disguise of philanthropy!, must not believe that the Galphin! Claim i. Wednesday morning.i Suspicion I having been Regular Meeting" ]List of Letters .' -

BeYiere \ as to awaken the fears of every hUe iho only thing that corruption. Sixli.iii.Ired excited towards
? savors one of ihe crew ufil.p brig Office TalUhassee on _
A \ m-l;ULA MEETING of Jack on Lodge, T> EMAINING rn the Post at <
;jg a grral deal of truth, anti sound man rights throughout world. Without sta. thousand dollars have :been paio Suwannoe, which was them lying at Messrs.McNaughl Sr '. N-i. 1 lvi1 bj held at Ma-Mnic Hall this JLX the 1st April, 1S50 : ,_ ....

deep wisdom, contained in the let. ting anything new in regard to the South or its within a few days. on claims not a unit more fc Ormond's wharf, a search warrant N'\ evening, at the u-ual\ 'ours Un-lhten will Artist t, Dacuerrean Any Latinos, J W .

'fDle and which I views in relation to the questions at issue, Mr. just, and the friends ofthe Administration being was issued, and the suspected man arrested take du notice, and g:vrrn lI.em..t'hrs accordingly.By AUloi: R W Luke, CharleJl ..
h !II!on. J. K PauWng, W6 re. Calhoun shows incontrovertibly that the whole! ower of the W. M. .thitrnCol ach, S J '
1I r( unable to cram the members arc at last (! who confessed to the robbery, and to have .". : "
"b th* Democratic Review'; Mr. cause of republicanism to abolu. in the CHARLES E. DYKE. Secretary. Alberson.SPAdkin Laing' Mr Ann C .
bl.h!< from" n opposed fuccessfullu craming their pockets. j hid money in a small hammock near rril 20. I ISM. I l.% on. Mrs S Le.tcr.MisM W 2 .

pI.IllOI'V i r I r who is distinguished as a man tism is involved in the maintenance of faith Thereas a talk in 1842- about the Corporal Messrs. McNaught & Ormond's ware-house, Brown, J M I Lain;. J 4

f member of"I' towards the South. The conviction of this Guard of Mr. Well Mr. where it DR. M. S. THOMSON'S Lrfieli .
trgban, a poktinnn: \v'a s a Tyler. Tyler was found. The means used! lo Renzlev Corneluu Fraud :

"I'"I'rll! :,( HUlen'a Cabinet-ImWinp il.e office fact falls upon the reader not the Jess forcibly had at !least a Corporal l Guard, Gen. Taylor's open the safe was gun power. The powderwas Anti-Billious, Anti-Mercurial t:4)'o'V: Lavender, K \V. : \

j I that it reaches him :u. the inevitable: result of left without into iuthlnrt.[ A Mum2aylUrri 3
Corporal are the lock and slow match
J. h privates. TItrt put a put Vegetable Pills "
i: cfihe t Tre.iM.ry.; How liflc flryan. Win ( !iloor Wm J .' .
", errfiry the close reasoning of the document raiher! are not !Hve men in the House that care one to if, when he would leave the ware-fiouse' FERRIFUGEMiperior; to talomel,being Alter- i'rowen, Mrs Mary HHrun. Max*ell, DU '

Fpah"6 wKh) the! rciigada and arch.! than as the diMinct allegation of :the disth-; straw abort ihe Ad'ni'iNtration i an>l in the and wait the result. He made three trials A ative, Cathartic Diuretic Stimulant, Em men a- Mr Marshall, S J '

tal", under : !he once licld ofr'Cft' I IAIS IS guised :eIalr. In this poi lit of \'ic\it most t Senate, Seward, uo the AdminhtrtirH has before he succeeded in opening the safe. ogue. Diaphoretic, and Det rle'lt.which properties Scatty. Mr* i-: J McCIare. B K ; I _

: fclmwn in this able! leJfcr.1l ; .- compllel.'indicrls: the illustrious Senator a few followers. Mr. Smith has nut> mind!! The name br which this person was shipped in combination make th'm useful in .Fever Liver Brown! J M Moore, G WMclntreGcn '. .
cnoBgh : I Dleinens.S A
I 11 Compltfints, Dyspepsia, Billiou-i and Nervous Diseases .trrow.1 u .
"rcm that charge sectionalism, which it has enough to act a higher than that of tlc!: on board: the Suwannce -
this production one among other part : was George curing: most,and relieving all, cases in winch M.yJ.e .
bail a been the aim of Van Bur en partisans and fl 1 .tinistlatiou'l clown. The country will \\'ilfon! but frorn letters found in his possession an article to cleanse is needed if upon a fair trial C'lIhf'fOonrf B MarshallThonn A .

I important indication! of Ihe soundness of a deralists to attach to his name. In a republican put .\tministralion under foot and s'> will his real name- is supposed lo lie George Ihe purr ha"er N not sjti-fied, the money, ((54) cents Craig i &. DaOin, McMillan, M.: C 3 '

[ of the party of the above others PT box,} will be cheerfully icfundrd. The above Crow, JJm*?f11111.0.11 )1 '
Demorlilc has six week
.ice portion country a1 a minority Congress hedger, a painter by trade, and that he i is a Pill will always: be found at Ihe sloieotNASH Carter, Miss Sophia, Mcary, Sidney .
Vnrth, on the Bll JPCt of the constitutional' lights i which must respected in legislation (KJLETIIORPE. fugitive from justice-the letters warning him & TAYLOR( Coapland Dr Robt Morris, MM Sarah 4 t

; ofthe South. The M i *ns are that the If[ that is not the case, that minority wilJe not to return to New York, as the police were Driiggiifs T.tlbh.13"f'p. Florida. CO", J.UlIP' MaiAntbonyCain. ,

rights i, more miserably oppressed than could any Tin: WEKSTEK FAMILV.-Mrs.) Webster on a strict look out for him. lie is a young April 2iMS..0 1 15 4t* Daniel McVoy, Daniel '
whoie about IJedr.tI I
Van fltiren Uc5 are every lo possibility! be the case under the governmentofany has petitioned Governor Briggs, for a change man, about 19 or 20 years of age. lie has --- hallman, John Nuns: Albert '.
$20 Reward. Charleston, Oul3nskiAtesander t -
( disgracefully, fiotn the Democratic. single despot. Mr. Calhoun shows, of the sentence of death against her husband. been committed to the 'l'albhassee j jail.Wakulla ANA i 2amen, JatnesR Okclura.kf, f' A 4 ', .
WAY from
camp. In New York it seems that they nowcan with singular clearness that] at the organiza.: She asks but a coir.niulatioii of the death] ie.ally Times. R Jat; 'uaiy iasta light subscriUrshmit complexioncd the (firit fellow of Duvall, John Forma Ocerlan ECOtium.Mrs -., .

(ion of the the South with its institutions -- --- negro Drake! Zack Mary A
find sympathy and companionship only government, named PRINCE, about 20 veais of about five
and was equal in political power and in. lo imprisonment for life, hoping r.o coubt. A pail full ofiey, with a piece of copperas feet's or 10 inches high, round faced age, remarkatdv, Devan, John J 2 Parer, A or Wm Colling .

"n-iib the Whig of the Sewanl TrThunrihoul. luence to the North, and that in the progress with the confidence of a woman, that so longas half as big as a hen's egg, boiled in it, will beautiful white teeth, very large feet and hands isis Denn.[ Mrs Julia Porter, Mrs Mary
wretches shall slow in his when DA'.vkin-i, J r eltu., Miss! Mary
W"1 thes everywhere produce a fine nankeen color which will not "p'-'echand dia\vls out his \\orels
of three of there is life release. Of ,
there is .
sixty years through leading errors hope Dohnheimer, Dr II Prnden, Miss Far.na; : .
answering a question. No particular marks about
throughout 'the North be drummed out legislation the natural tendency of the North this petition the Atlas retmrks : wash out. This is very useful for the liningsof his body by which he could be rec/!nized. It isprobiblc Devant', IR 1 Papena, Long .

and the increase in faster than the I bed-quilts and comforts, &c.-Macon! Mu. Darsey, John Payne, F ,
the Democratic ranks, party shall to population South, he rmy somewhere in the neighborhood r
Of We have no doubt that: the case of Dr. Duvaf.HTDickenson ReedZRobertson. .
and accumulate wealth the of the : neum. of Thomas county, Georgia, he having been born in .
to at
purged from their I-csenct Southern Demo. expense Webster will receive all due attention from said W S Mrs Mary
bf counly. The above reward: will be paid for his
South, have been greatly promoted, and con. --- -- -- -- --- Edward, John L Ritter J E .
with one consent?, meet their breth.rfn the State officers, and that the same degree of safe confinement in any jail, so lhat I can get him .
rr&tii Dr. Corbett's I Kveret Cot Jesse II '
,-i notwitstauding the earnest cndta,' Sarsaparilla again. Ruby M .
seqlenllj and which have hitherto .
ofthe North in cordial co-operation, in southern Etilein to maintain the impartially uprightness, Here i Uastatcrncut of a case worthy attention (the I HENRY MASK. Eason, N W Reed, DavidRamscv ,

of tIle! great principles of R"publ Jeanne balance of power, the South has Lilian i into a elercs d towards the prisoner, will most remaikable on record. Sopchoppy, Fh.: ,\priI13, 1S50. 1 1 2m Eckels: Robert W W II .4
continue to those who called EnginKtield, lR.'It', M D L ,
i UPlor,. nll s this shall be done, there cat bno liopelcss: minority. This result,gradtiaily reached to official iI11.'nct respecting shalh : Messrs. E. BRINLEY & Co :- Evans, Miss Mary Robertson J 1J'urmev [! --

has been accompanied GtJlllnlf'llVoluotarily I render you t the following SPRING GOODS. John P Reives, James
by a prorrs"h'etpiri
union, no conceit of action, no sympathy in aggress'on! the of northern PROF. \V3in3rL:1.-1'his. unfortunate man, statement vhicli I IVg you broadly to lay before 'I' r MHE subscribers are just opening their Spring Jo' dcrirk, MIs Eliza: Rawls, S :

..lm*. Southern Democrats stand upon the on part po-" so far as external appearances indicate( has I the public trusting it may teach some who have -L Stock, which ha< beenveil and; carefully selected Fear.Wmll 2 RobertsThomai .
l ; it cannot: be said northern peopl become reconciled to bit fate. His demeanor been ;uilcrin! in health asl 1 have been, (Low to be by an experienced hand consisting of Staple Feeny, WmlfFortune Rhodes Si CoSkrine.V .

( Constitution of"1"2 country ; they ask no rights because they have taken no part in the rmt- is that of endeax'oring to solve ; lelieied. Some eight yeais since I was attacked and Fancy Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Oils ,J R V I .

which that instrument does not concede them ; ter, and are as a whole perfectly indir/f tnt to a person I with a violent inflamation of the bow,-U. Placing Paint, and Glass Crockery, Hollow-ware, Stationery Flanders, Alfred Smith: John M ,- .
the with the some great problem-calm and thoughtful. my .elf uader the hands (.fa physician I adopted his Furniture, Clothing, &.C., &c., in short everything Ferguson. Nil Handem. L M .
thrv will have no alliance with men who, in subject dispute as compared He reads much, and has recourse to many medicines and thus subdued the inflamation. Uut needed by the planter'and his: family. As' Fearce Mrs Maria JllcIIPz. S

,.joatiol!! of the Constitution, would I trespass Union. As power has more palpably scttcJat books and newspapers. His family visit him; complaints more aqgravalt-d then set in. It seemed great part of our stock is bought with ca..hc are Ghent John Smith. Miss Hannah .

the North, the assaults upon the compromises almost daily. is to be that some alter subjugation of pain by opiates, I was put under enabled to give good bargains. Plea-e call and *ee.McNAUGHT Grimes, John Scott, Rev MrStevenj -
upon ilmse rgtlt". denouncing traitors of the constitution have on the part of I regretted merl'utiallrcatment to check the opiate elRcU & ORMOND. Gruler, J A Lieut W II '
of our cotemporarics persist:; in circulating the This let! in the uVranged and suf- Newport, .A.l'rilI3, ISM. 14 .
o! the Van Buren school, they never should demagogues become more bold and aiHacious, my system most fJramblin; ;, A P "olt.JOIH)
most scandalous fabrications inn relation to his feri condition. The tone of my stomach entire!} Grabbling, A D Spauldint' J M 3SUidf
target the obligations: which they owe to such unti even that sacred instrument has become (rmi They at least t, are entitled to sympathy tailtd, an aggravated constipation of the bowcU ensued Nails. Grace, Jaine J Rrv Mr

object ofdirect attack. The Senator Sew. ) while lltsh wasted, and a confirmed invalid Green, Dr SmithSC
Dickinson) Caus Buchanan Dallas my Sidney
men f I sboui.l not Ltisircd II adjitionaltorture. ] KEGS Asawanand Fall River Cut Naisjust!
aid, after taking his oath allegiance to support } I was unable for any duties of life. TI utIng 1 10 cure 80 GilMand, Win Scott, William
ofJess known who have The statement in the received and for sale by
Lost one
and names :
a : and sustain the] Constitution, stands in penny) I resorted to Tovuisend's and Sand's Saisijianlla McNAUGHT; & ORMOND. Grace, W W Spear, R u

stood. by the South in her sorest perils. Forhowever his place and acknowledges Il' papers, that a daughter of Prf Webster mixtures, but my complaint daily increased until I Newport April ]1H, ISM.f JI Goodwin, Jam'.i Spear, GeorgeSmith .
a Il.utll of the lunt..
been rendered insane by andS"ltt'ICt was attacked by occasional bleeding Ilvnian FrancitHumphiv ,J W ", 'j

mai.y pretllJet Democrats there ,'ation. that whenever his notions of dlv inc of her father, is totally destitute of At this more alarmed than! ever I 1.ul.r:; t Dr. John' Claret Wine. James J Scott, James .
in relation to Waie oJ this city, who told me svsletn had been hand (G B! Severe, Enoch
nut be in the North, whom the South con. cHlhl.matl'ri: con- mj t
truth. No such has befallen; ihL
II t calmitJ' abused mercurial and mUUc-d FEW cases superior St. J alien, just received
filet with tha Constitution, he shall bj high treatment myUsinr.Sarsaparilla A Holt, John Spiowi.Cu1oIdcrnc I ;
udrrt thinly: untrustworthy, we believe that latter his oath." di'gldthe I aficlet; a lviii)'. They i the terrible i : $trial; decoction.! Jut? persuaded by him and for sale by .- W FHurnpijs Stephens, Benjamin

ilie find that the only considerable bodyof notwithstanding I come upon I tlH'r with .submission, I resorted to the use oh CIII bell's Shaker Sjnapa- McNAUGHT & ORMOND. I Samuel Swart George
"i We arc now to reflect, that Mr.! Cal1o'J, and Christian fortitude the ,furthest, rilla"! as I saw it came so reasonably accredited by Newport, April 13, l3u!. I II I Hf'lJi.IOl1: Nathaniel Smith, S S
men North of the Potomac, in whom she in a long and illustrious .life, has, in defending I patience ph)"ici lns and others. 1Ioman: C 3 StephenSB
: removed J from the .
can place any reliance, are Democrat. the course of the South from aggre .ion, lot possibly despairing anguishwhich After using this medicine but for SIN months, mj London Porter. H.kir.sEH( Smilb.SC 5

been purely sectional as the northern traitors .I produces I iIS ;iitJ:.-Ifoiton Courier. health was fully restored me. I am able now tti return 9 CASKS, quarts and pints just received ard for IlentU'rson.MrJ C Smith,J C
In connection with! the) letter of Mr. Paul. again; to my duties of lile a s'Jund..jltrou.. sale hvIcN.te.1I r & ORMOND. Havens, S J TaternDrWmlfuntcr !
would commend the would have us believe, but has actually been The Sentinel thinks no one will suspect us !|I Ii land I healthy man, atler ravins; been for some eight NeaportApnilt IMSM.! H Mrs M I IJ Thomas,Richard 1Tydinps I
ding, we our defending the cause of exeiy minority in all I I year an enfeebled and prostrate "lilert I. Cy ( or- lily William Rev Richard
of a (lNOMti< : to to justice to the Adtninis.tratioir r
rr drsthe Democratic) Review, the very able sections. jeopardized by the success of a :i [ : :u-tt"i Sarsiparilla alone WiS my cure el1et"t d. and I SaratogaVater.. Hamilton, IIFHall. Thoma., John F t
or Gov. Brown. Now our opinion is recommend it to the world, aiUi-in I them to avoidiiufcurialsil Mrs 1\1 Jane Thomas. S W "
Periodical in which it makes its appearance. strong government' in overriding southern I they wouldav: ,.i'i suflrint./ .') DOZEN (quarts) Congress \. just re- Hives,John II Triste.GeorgeIlillJamesM
th (he last which the friends of these o
it thing
That a publication so ably and boldly ajvoca. rights. I I ANDREW WCISINTIIAL. oW ceivcd and for sale by Tedwell.D
*. So far from being sectional his, course has I parties should desire: at our haiiJs: or those of Witness t : HOWARD HHKE. McNAUGIlT; & ORMOND. Harrison R 1u11)1 ', B FJanrucy ,

tin j(he doctrine of Slate Rights, and Southern been eminently and profoundly national. be. I I I the isj'iilice' We [State ol Massachusetts] Newport, April 13, 15-j'J.' 14 J M 2 Therr, Mrs Susan .,

!K'ghts, should nninlain itselfin New YOlk, i isone cause it adheres to of the I ICtltitution. country) acknowledgethat S. f'olk. !:.-I'eb. b, 1 IS I 1'J. Then ueronallv nppt.tred Jones, AlfredJefcoafJ Turberville, Wilson .
r4 compromises we are too kind-hearted, to wi*>h to see I ; bcloie me the abote named Andrew Weisinrhjl New Books. C Tcdd. Dr S B I
of the indications of the
most hopeful times. and male oath to the (ruth of the above state Joiner, Joseph 2 Tvrner, A R
I I ,
it meted out to I them. Sentence! ofdisapprobation FINE selection of the Novels ot the daY, together
Jor in boldness upon these subjects, great By the way, might it not be a matter of 11I. 1I t. A with many others such as Bruces Life Johnson, A Vickcrs, H N 2
we hope will be passed: upon them, hut Before me, Jourden, n C Vic1.f. J L 'J
efforts will be made to it down interest of the and Travels Humboldt's Travels, Rambler in Mexico
put hy.therl some a a means comparing I EDU'AIID! r.LAKE. JonesJohnJameson Van Brunt, R Sen ,
not that condemnation which Los Gringos 'c., for sale byMcN.WGIIT
Sutlers ut' tl.e :nth. Hut these efforts sentiments Northern Whigs anl Oltlt'r I withering : stern JU4tire of the Peace.MARRIED. & ORMOND. Dr N A Wilson, Dr ThClmaJ J -.

]It maud. ----- -- aa.e--- Key, M Willhms, PeterKvlc3
5 _
justice; might ( --- --- -- --- -- --- ----- --- 13 1550. 11
should only! cal! fnth from the South a stron. Democrats upon the subject 1 ofthe constitutional Newport April Anderson White,Edward
grr confilcnce, and more generous support.It .- Rights ofthe South, to contrast the tone For i I lie Fk'iiiluii & Jnurml. In this city: .n Thursday evening, ISth instant, Paintings and Engravings. hindonCeorge Williams, Mis K .
Kent, R West.EE
is one of the cheapest publications of thc ofthe two leading periodicals of the two par. FLORIDA BIBLE SOCIETY.At by the Uev. George W. Pratt, Mr. P. H. JJROKAW I SMALL and choice assortment for; sale bv. Kelly, Miss Emma A Wardroper. Mars M

, day, making its appearance in Monthly issuesof ties, viz : the American or Whig Review, a meeting of the Executive Committee I I to Miss Con ELI.\ 0., youM-je-t daughter of the .. A McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Kirulon! Wm Waynor,Mrs S

I ImIUUH. ofthe Florida. Bible Society held April 17th, late Colonel John Tat u in, of Jackson County, Fla. Newport, April I 13, )50. 1-1 Knapp, Mrs E Walker, William .
nbout 100 the of and the Democratic Review these
pages, at price $3 touching the following! resolution was unanimously a- II'P't'J -w-Papaaw--- Keith, Philip II Wright, Wra A J f

pet annum. Thomas: P. K.tel, the world If any Whig friend will lend us the I (lopt ed. -- --OBITUARY.- --- -- ACTION OF ASSUMPSlT( UY ATTACHMENT] Keith, J. H J J 'WihleyWihliam.%'alker. T S 1 1Lmier. ,. _

renouned Financier and Political Economist, Whig Review, we promise to do something to Whereas, There is reason to believe that Departed this 'life on the 27lh ulf., at the hou>e ofMr Haley T. mocker, ) Arnount sworn ,., Sl,-U"I 50. Lake Jackson Baptist Woodruff Joseph

is Editor. Office 170() Broadway New York. bring it into notice, by quoting from its views rmny families in Leon and Wak'illa Co mty, :1rs., Charles ANN; EUZA HrovMi,LEY Marion( con Countv...rt cf,!Rev.Ivttl Ji.hn Io'l.rida C., JameD. I-I Iradewell.I '- )C Damages S2.S33 (Of). Church Watson, David I

Tie Number ofthe Review for the first of on the Slavery question. are still destitute of the Sacred Scriptures, Ley, Preacher of Marion Circuit aged about 23vears. hF. defendant, and all other persons interested, Lay Lee,, F D GLee H Wheeler WilsonG,ZG W
Therefore( O'ir acqunutinceitb the aVceasfd was are hereby notified of the commcncemfnt of the
April! ,opens with a most admirable ailicle upon her above suit, and re"-iired lo at the next Term, John Wallace,JohnS
with htubnnd! his
Gadsden Meeting. ResolcfJ, Thit we recommend lo I the Sev. limited.; She came to appointment Lonely, J C Younge, Col C C J
Centralization.! with the fol. about "i ix uffksLeture her deal h. in t he enjoy (on the fourth Monday in October, A. D. 1S-50) of
I commences: The Washington U"iO re-publrMies the I cral Ministers oflhe (Go"pul in those Counties, im-nt crdmarj health We knew her long enough I the Circuit Court, for the CO'Jnfy cf Leon, and State *_ Persons calling f.r thc above letters, wilt

I Iwing paragraph. Ilk appreciation and commendation proceedings of the Gadsden Meeting, prefaced ,It a take uu; 0:1: or before t the LV.h June next ; lo admire lu-r orderly walk and godly conversation. I, of Florida, and plead lo I the declaration filed tbereia please sav. they. are advertised.

of :Mr. Calhoun, is the. more a collection their, ppdive congregations ." Her words were fitly spoken, anil were like WALKER & GWYNN. M. NASH, P. M. ".
COI. with the following; letter our Senators : Attorneys for Plaintiff.April April G, IsriO. 13 :StAn
IC'11 '
I to enable! Ihe Exocumc Committee to renew apples ol l gold pictures "I l ,
|ilimentary from the fact, that it was written Wailiington, .larct I 13, 16.>0. their efforts to supply) by sale or gift: and relirin ill her manw-is ; agreeable and familiar I IZlSO.I ) 1-1' 3m
while the every the family circle, declining pnuTered favors to avoid OrdinanceTo
subject' and the objoct GKTLIMEXVe have In
W.ll .tilh'ing lo that destitute in slid Counties .
request fuuriy with tho Sacred
I giving"trouM: to her friends, Mrs. Ley never Dissolution ofFilE Copartnership. .
establish Fret School the \
of bitter and will the I a for City of
hostility ; was not like nuny you publish accompanying proceed Scrip'uros.! inurm.irfd, complain I I. f1r repined, at the arduous I Ilml'r.izraetlltaving been associated a-4 Mer r

other encomiums, withheld, until his dealh ings of a public mct.tiuA in (:lad-Jen A true copy, deities imputed by cheitinnant sstern. To her hns- j uiJcr the firm and .1)1c of Jno n.{ Harris Tallahassee. .

made it to him tjf, Florida, which you may: rest uS'ure coun'j SIMON TOWLE, S'rr'y.TIle ba.id she alwavs proied a lielprr.nle under Ihe most f! & Co. noti-e i is hl"lt'hy given that suid: 5 copartntisliip SECTION 1. Be it OrdaineJJby the Cilv Council 4. .
popular praise : the the f Irving circumstance*. She prci iced f the precepts ol di-isoIvciLon the lt of laat l (, ,:fe, Thar a Trte School be estabhished -.
presents general tone of public mind Executive Committee1 consists of : wa< January Ity mutual '
.Ir has (lie "'}"pd. wiVe's'i5rnit yoarsclves to vour' luisbjn for the education of male children not under t:
I been the miiMon of Mr. CaUhoun 'on"I'nt.The
high in Florida. Gadsden: county is a populous and o James i E.: Hrooine, President ; B. I F. \\'hitiurTice
] through a public life nearly forty years wealthy county, and wields an impoitata in-: I \ IVsident; J. B. Taylor, Miles Na. hand e\i-tence.. placed in fh<, h.,nd!papers ot 1'r.inci 1. Whaaton, lv"'I-| At- ol th- City! ot Tallahassee; and that a Teacherbe

duration, to oppose viIi his great intellect, extraordinary flleucp in the political action of the State. J. U. Hull: Managers;; T. J. Perkins, As a child, the subject. : of this notice was dutiful toriiey.it Law torsdll'mt'nt.ll prrsonindebted! eri ..i:ed to take tharste of said School for six _

: reasoning powers, and rar.I"ein parties arc nearly balance! in the conn. Treasurer, Siwrjn'I'owlc 1 and obedient, rememberng! the command ch.tdieii I losai'd; !tirn either !.y tute;or accountvill( il for mouths commencing on the fir: Monday of April, .
political sagacity, cvoiy attempt at ccntraliz! coripri e in their ranks of the I --- Secretary.The ob>'\- ),.iir par'nls:1-4 !oi ir asjhc WII" subject lo their ii.tertit to 3-tile immediately. A word to theWj. and end., on the thirlictti day of September, the .
--- ---
anr I'I ihis'advice. with llerdiiAalkslfd I Il fires! iou terminating on the thirtieth
IJ She ua$ 'amih.ir dealh. I > ofjtiiist.
will bii jud
liuii by which the p<,\\rs (f lh# fedrtral c'}ustitution public men of Florida. TIIH m-Ming : Southern Convention. l) fo lhepr.ivovi.tl: ; ; i," Jon; as.herprr4.uaed \\u ho-.ic ; tiit.JOHN P. HARRIS, Sec. 2 Be itfwthtfOiJuinett, 1'hattheTeactucr

could be enlarged, the integrity of state was a general one, without dibtincliou of par. I It is m.t often that we difTr with our rl'11.p..ctvrl in town. Her a>e was ol such a nature an tudejrive FRANCIS! SMITH. employed lor the period fixed l tjy (he first section of #'

Mnerr-ignty infringed, or the rights of minorities I. tics ; most of the leading( cilizuns of the couti.ty C'lternporary of the Constitutionalists: t her cf allsensation. and to balll the skill Madi-on! C. II. Fla.prill.ii, 1S-VJ. 13It this Ordinance shall! be paid! cut; ol all.mont"s' in I the
be In ; medical adner who used and City Treas lIr not otherwise i appropriated arid at
ultimately destroyed. the for.mnnce 4.1 l tier cvriy means: >
per were present, an : ; and, io thlproceedings but we I think i tbut ID attaches I loo rnu'-h
(if this patriotic duty, no man has been puticpaut quite a'!';ilnnce( 1'1'! the profei-io-i, hut to lit axail. She tail Road Notice, such fimrs as the Ciry Cnunril may order and direct,
are : entire,i unnimi.ty : importance to the vote in the at the rate of hundred dollars
meagre given telL no dji'i.j! testimony of her acceptance ; it wasimposihlc a eight per :an- ,
more ranrorotisly tAailtMl, or studiously inib.: they may be ftganc as representing the flection! for delegates to the' Southern (Conven.f uiuhrthecircuinsl.incex,-but; ha.jne livid jr ve.rp, PF:7. 4n tft> J Srv .T num.SFC..

represented. J h.l been the fa at times, voice of the \\ county. The president of f lion. We do not believe lint t it i is, or ought UIIII.I lilc of a chrutun? !jitr tu.3i like hi.-.." j I 4 &\- l 3. Ee it fttrtJitr Ordained, That children

1 by those incapable of comprehending the full th e meeting is a distinguished? ( member! of I the to be -den'tl A cnmd (.l fiienlsvatchcd around her duns'I -:7J- residing bejond the limits ol nj'ul City may, upon
I con virtual defeat of the CE i to the Stuck holders! of application to the City Council, be received and admitted .
\ t-cope of his, eminently national: 1 to ac. the couch ; all an\iointo serve her. fiut of what klll :, \TOTI is hertby given -
-iw8 whig putty ; secretary, of the democratic: ; South! ru Convention movement, in Georgia." were the arts of pl.yiciarsorlheki.idnev* of friends I i\ tln, Tallaliassec Rail Road Company that on as pupil!* in said School, upon such termsnd

ci;.e him of eclinajlJ' of a dtlire to sustain party ; and the committee: equally divided as We beleve: I that a vast majority of the people! when the sands of lil.) were er.bing out ; ihe powirq Thuridn 2Th: day of June next, an (, linn\\'il at st-ch rates as r.my be hereafter fixed and prescribed.Sio. .

only the ilttresfs, a hfclion, or lo promote to their party complexion. in this Stale arc still in fa\or of the Conven.lion. ; of lilo tjiviug iway-the heartstrings Lredkina! ? he held at t the Olfice cf the Company in 1'atla"a..e. 4. Bt itfiirihfr Ordained, That the School

tn-rely the welfare of a locality: regardless: of Your obedient servants t !). I Had I t lie been Mr. Charli Brown an,11.uni1y will be long remem- furaeven Dirrctors lo manage (the afiairsof aaid Company hereby p"tabli'hed, shall be under the general direction
national progress. It is always the fate of D. L. YI LEg] the an open opposition to I l"'*rd by her (consolatt : Imibjnd and numerous 0 for twelve months fiom that Ilate.R.K.CALLPre. of the City Council who shall for that purpose
thofcC whose intellectual COI1'l'ntiull'tlihould have seen a very fiiendlor their dNintcrested, kindness, and! I Ihe hospitalities T R. Co. be a BoardofTru..teesand shall have all I he powers
eminence gives them JACKSON MORTON. different result.! It was the belief t that, there i of their house. Her friends in Mid.HeI'lorida Tallahassee, April (G i, ISM. 13 3m and perform all the duti s appertaining to Ihtci in .
a cleat er view of the future than that which ----------- -------- .
---- -- was no oppo'ition-tlmt( ( caused the I and elsewhere! may rest well a< ured that that character.Paied _
the lees elevated cow around them can coin.: OGtTiloUlI.-WeIldlhSCJzfifle/ voles" complained of. If had meagre. ; every inpathy wall extended to relieve her troubles Select School for Young Ladies, in Council, March 26, 1350. .
maud to incur the of UUIM any party rallied aol! smooth her to the tomb. A true copy-Attest,
reproaches whose 1\Ip: on i.iore than one. occasion from pisfagc QU1NCY. oj
quoting in opposition:: I the C.-if1lJ1ls of t the measure: May we all to meet her in the everlasting C. W. HUTCHINS, Cler*. ,
vvihbeg thwarted prepare
are by announced truths that the Correspondent of the Savannah Jcorgian. would have come to support: in overwhelming bod! .s of bliss. A FRIEND.Notice THE: nest session of this SCHOOL will commence March 30, 1S50. 12 41 t t' .
they cannot comprehend. Such men live in June 10th. Having engaged an accomplished -
We do numbers.' Would! it bo .
hope we not intrude not '
more = -
upon our neighbors reason.
and Teacher take
after 1 experienced to charge
ael, when time and progrew have: reach. able! and more consistent with facts Notice Notice I Watches, Jewelry, &c.
cd the events which their forecast province in making the (following extract lo con. of the M>iic Department, this School: now atlord! !* .
early ( the elude that because there was no open opposition persons h having accounts with us, are request- every facility fur vounc! Ladies to acquire a sound THE have jnsf(t?reiftt :
ccrued. r'lm are authority-letter dated April 8: made, that large majority of the flt'opletppro'cd ALL to call and settle immediately, as further thorough! and accomplished! f Education.! {& a good nprlJ of Gooch;

The President, I am sorry to say, does not of the credit will be refused( lo those who fail lo do so. J. PHELPS, Principal. among which are r. _
We make further in relation] : measure ? An Gold Lever Watches t
J a extract to seem to be the least Oi; poitunily' WM. WILSON & CO. Mrs. PhELPS ) Tobias -
i Mr.' Calhoun's that which impressed with tin duties was given fir all to vote for or against the April 00. IS50. 15 lit Mis! HURBARD, $ Teachers. Hunting Silver Levers, q
Speech speech and of his
; obligations oflice. lie looks upon delegates. A vast majority of those! that vo. Miss TOWLE; i L'Apieu and plain AValches, .

. while I filled some Southern men will alarm' the Presidency as an excellent situation, witha led were in favor of the "Convention. We AT AUCTION. Quincy, March 3(O, ISM. V2 lOt Chains, Seali| ,and Kevs,

ioit (we suppose) it should give offence to the big salary and nothing, lo do, and he likesto have no right to say I hat those who stayed SATURDAY next, 2filn instant, before( the Rracelels Rosom Rut, t.ng Rosotu, Sleeve!Pins, Ring t'ntlons, F.arri'1g., ,
hold it as long as possible. Neithnr he OV uict Ion Room of Berry & Rim I's, will be hiredto Cisterns on a New Plan. .
Tree from the .
Soilers and
actually contained such sentiments :away polls were opposed to it. Is G.iUI Pen Pencil Cases, '
nor his cabinet seem to be an it Ihe highest bidder until the first ofianuary ne\t, TERSCNS wishing CISTERNS placed Oil their Gold P.-ns in Silver Cases
a could make others well nigh "blush" consideration beyond sordid s\'ajctIJY inn.amice ). did more from reasonable to suppose that they TWENTY-SIX LIKELY NEGROES, belonging to J_ Lots, in a cheap and durable manner: can be accommodated Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt SPOPD' '. -
its author so an over confidence of success the estate of Fleming llixon, ileceased. on application to I the subscriber at Maible, Clocks (
fIr The( Editor office ,
of the Review in is the pivot on which all their i from tho with .
belief that the delegates were sure Terms Notes approved security Bainbnd His plan is one that has given alis- Plated Castors r Spoons and Forks
secerns far from being ashamed of him as aeilOW.COUfltrgflaflj thoughts and actions turn ; the condition or lobe elecclel J without their vote.'t.Ve be. U. B. HILTON, Receiver. faction to all who have adopted it-a certificate of Sells of Waiters, &c. &c. ;

( ; does not blush" for the country is entirely lost sight of and forgot. I I licve with our friend or the Constitutionalist, -Allril-20.--ISO-)_ i 15 tt which will soon be published, TOWLE & UYER3. iMarrlj23 v !. _

him -and ifalarmed at all his ten. that it will encourage our eiieanies both at the Just Received, I I W.-II.* TiSDEL. ,! IW. U .,
; at sentiments, After had Hale March :to. 1S.V) 12 41 .
Clay spoken an-l Smith! ,, of North and South. They will boast 1 of it Schr. W. R. Pl'ItPS from New Orleans ,
iVi.i: not because as u ,
I !
they are uupalitable to Free Connecticut their BuggysI Buggys11!
expressed implacable hoslil- Fruits ic.
Free Soil Groceries
triumph in Georgia. But they will LBS. CLKAll: SIDES, :
tiam, but for the startling truths which they ity to a compromise. Nothing decent was not convince any one, not even themselves. -' hOD IJI' <) Ibs. Sugar Cured Canvassed Hams, TUST received per Schooner William R. Pet tes from JUST r received at iIh my Carriage Repository, >e ,

contain, and the real danger to liberty and the expected from Mr. Hale ; but it was hardly They know that a very large majority of our 10 barrels: Prime Pqrk, ltJ New Orleans, 10 Gu.gJs. without" tops t., .
believed that Smith would be foolish Mess St Louis Flour Rio Coflep, ps ,
txmutitution which so as to citizens will :Ct _
they denounce and ex. support! a Southern Convention, r .t Rump Tobacco, White Beans, t- Rockavvay 1 seat-, .

V**. The Review actually: quotes with avow-as the Prcsid\nt's mouth-piece in the or any other measure, necessary for the pro. 10 .' Extra Family! Flour, Olive Oil, Orangey 1 s.fcotid-t and Carryall, I _
ap. Senate that he which will be i.ld on the 1t" t of term.
any gov.ornment lection of Lemons
Ih'ing Southern right Let them 1U) Of Reclified Whiskey, Brazil Nuts, ,
'Jiobation, the very sentence which others can to ihe Territories of and New crow Hum' Also! on hand Saddles Bf idles, double and sinpla '
as much as they please ; their crowing may Also in Store, Whiskey Claret Wine. Harness,anll every variety of Goods and Wares UHU- '.
read without for
its Mexico.I Gin
ftrly blushing author, as serve to wake up the people ofthe South and .V Hales Ncrlheru Hay, For silp by ally found in a Sad'dlcry Establishment! ; and all kind *:4.
: .
foUows ; What was once a constitutional think to.tls debate has strengthened the show!: them their danger. These men lhalrejoice 10 Rlls. Potatoes, ALFHEP E. HQC. of work done at the shortest notice. .e. .1 '

eetal Republic! is now converted, in friends of peace al over the country, nnu although over the small vote given on the Jnd 10( Florida! Sugar, Much 30, IS.30.Administrator's. I 13 March D. Et HULL. "J ; II
reality 8)0. 10 I'
into no final will be taken on Mr. day of April will he marked, and remember 5 Nw Orleans Syrup, t -
one absolute that of the .
as as Autocrat of
Old Notice
Foote'n 5 Apple Brandy,
Compromise committee till Thursdaynext ed in all .
coming lime. If they have deceiv. Candles. Notice.SIX .
RU'.ia and M despotic in i(8( tendency as an Senators absent 5 Boxes Sperm i is1 given "application will he nnjeto "
many being or uir- ed honest
) to men heretofore (hey can do Sl) Ion"- BERRY & ROWLHSAuctioneers NOTICE months after the first publication of this no- .f,
of the Circuit Court (lor thus Middle
tbiolute government that ever existed." avoidably detained) i is now morally certain er, they have exposed their real sentiment's, and Co-.nmission Merchants. Circuit Florida, on the IGlh day of May nest, fAr 1 shall apply lot I he Hon. James E. Eioome i. ,:

"The ofthe that the Compromise committee will be ap. and ihe people will\\\ ,fir longer trust them. J\priI20,1851J. 15' JI authority to it-ll[ the Real Estate of the late Eldred Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a -charca' : '

read :!n speech the Senate lon.lobn C. Calhoun, pointed, that they will report I bill admitting We hope our friend of ihe Constitutionalist: J. M. WILLIAMS Simkina: deceased, under such conditions ns the interests from Yoangdeceased the administratorship:tale of of the estate of Ceorgu' .

Iarch States, California and territorial Governments will net despair of the S .uth of the infant heirs of the slid decedant mav eon County| Floru'aDAVID l. i
4, 165Q, is one of( the most profound for establishing yet ; but \\ ill : j'ist t received per Schr. W. R. Pettes, from require. JOSEPH F. BYTHEWOOD D. YOUNG ,
ite papers thai perhaps Mexico, Liid (bat continue lo defend her as he haJj done heretofore HAS<.>v Orleans, Administrator of Eldrrd Siinkin-, dec. AiJm'r. of George Yuun:*, deceased. i .
uLt ever emanated from lis! single bill in spio! of all the opposition: of ( against alt her enrmief whether March 113;, ]850 lu vfjni. ;
: .
eminent: body.aadas they Flour, Bacon Sides nd Shoulders, OneIlogslieid JelTorson County, March 23, ISSI) It-(Tv
such the I _
dl! _
its friem --
Adiniuulratiou !
most ienous f'el considsration choice Brown Sugar : :n. r <
of I.TJCKSY: ;
Ameri. whole Free toilers .
every ton and the ) will pa&sihe S. F. BURNEY
cII.: I cntin, >Only and clear For sale a9 low as any one eUe.April TRNCIPALof| the Female Dt-parlraentr.rrietche: :
f 1 jut ex. least I
Senate by at EIGHT majority. Ifcircurrj. call the attention of luis j
Df hr I 21). 18J. 15 respectfully Iiislifute, \vil}-be prepared by first of April to "
rdt dangers which surroend |hc stances require it that majority may on Ihti On Tuesday night he Gtb instarjt, the warehouse WOULD. and the public generally to his. large accommnd-ie ihijty young ladies with gt'ntt'e1l1nd .:

to Wg tLI permanency oft iuslitu. final passjgo of bill be increased to | qf Mr. Jqu>f DEMIAJI) :as broken H. BRADFORD, and well assorted stock of SPRING and SUMMER comfortable board, at $10 per Month, lights and .
at (Indicates In 10 Clear and alP I which r@Fi AT ll.j'W GOODS, comprising every snide, both fancy (and washing included. His house i. .f
Compreliesio perhaps to 8utt n.I open, and 91500, ( wa* dopositcd in a if' Ki] Y designec} for younr .
manner .the : ,181'1e,u"U.lIy sold in this market-all of which he ladies only, and all the interests of Ihoss ccmmittecj .
( our whole! '''atcm ( rapid' transition' I hare no time to day (10 write about (he large iron safe,) stole!. The robbery was Tallahassee! Florida is receiving daily; To his care, will he strictly I Ru.:>rded.Thoma )J,' '
) rom lcpubllcj1jsn3 lu of the Administration but nut discpycied qijtj} ubout uiiio o'clock 16 IS50. W e
!)peculations )nj on ApriLo, IS $$5 March vrjle, ftbruary'lG, .J55Q. tr ftVj. 'N,


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Circuit Court Uusincss arb $ c. (IA L.iu-
STABILITV-SCCURITV- PET UITY. tgnl ocrtiscmcnts. State of Florida-Gadsden ,
IN CHANCERY. A *a by ii.. saw. u( CI.4pp bus

and ..Rdief.Greeuup Cotton asa or thi *U1 'd'S. r T..wn.J. *'id ,, ,
$900,000. Brokerage.
In Chancery. Sill for Injunction ap e S.z'iiipnHa. ittey ccli'II54'MtflItRf
Arnold and Fiances Arnold, 15 0 VLYb:.0c44UI.

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Western Circuit of the State of Florida. vs. BERRY & BOWLES, 5i docin,. and .sys: w*.; b.1I $* .C.

3't JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT, FALL TERM, IS49 Reuben Scott, Augustus? Flurry, William II. McMil fN addition to their business as Auctioneer and roJs.csasJ. and th.hq. V.i b. unp fuwty,. Ih.

OF NEW YORK-XO. WALL ST., Elias Wester, Complainant,) lan, and Benjamin C. %V&'tit.TT 1. Commission Merchant, will gite their attention I Ito is. purpim. ofgtitIag cifli whg b. '

AccamuUtcd Find. Nor 11, 1549,6300,. **. > Bill for Divorce. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that tl.e selling ol COTTON for planters and others 11041 A. pnsie; ass a e bve4, aa4 nil

NET), securely invited in Rond* and Moripjscon ;,- : CEPOT Nancy We>ler, Defendant. JTT I Reuben Scott,one of t defendants, resides with who may not find it convenient to attend and wait gr.xyixx CRO1.4L OLD or.JsleflbTSwklf.tifl ,.

ml estate in t'lns citv and Brooklyn and stocks appearing, upon affidavit, to the satisfaction of out the State, so the ordinary process'of Court can Li the arrival of the steamer." Being always on I *. basing on $$1 rri Old u.,, ,

r-flhe State and City of N'evYork and United State 1 -L the Co'irt that the defendant resides out of the not beserveduponhrini : It islherefoif DicrtedamiOrdtrrd he spot. they will be ready to take any advantage of Ut,.t, *nd hi* Uiumrc <:r.. tbe eo l of am,*" d

Government. Western Circuit and out ol the State: It is Ordered, That a hearing of the fart charged in the the maikrt that may ofler. Frneifal Ofrrt, 1O2 Xi.. ,

This fund u rapidly increasing a widely extended That 111-' said defendant be required to appear; and Bill be hail l on the thirM ((3d) Monday in May, at Sample may be Jell for exhibition. Charges moderate 4

ani proapeiout hu*ine* answer this bill of complaint on the first Monday in Quincy.Gaihden County, at which time.sait) defendant aid prompt returns made.

The Company declared a dividend < f profits of fif.tytvro iIAmJ March, A. I)., one thousand eijht hundn-d and (invalid may appear a&idplead to or answer slid Bill: Janujry ft, Ib50. 52 ff

per c<*'t on all exiting policies on the 3U1 % in default tlureof the said bill shall be taker .ind it further Ordered, That a copy ot this Order '\

January, 18IS. pro conftS'O;" and that this older be published in be published in one ol the newspipers published LEWIS dc AMES, 1

All the Profit are divliad among the Insured some public newspaper in this State lor the space in the Circuit once a week for three months at least.Quincv .

-? ot three months before the day ordered for the said November 17, IS 19. DEALERS IX 1 1y
Tile ttremi rtu are |uvahU i iicj..i ; !FF .1; i THOMAS BALTZELL, Ju.ie.A .
nitereM. being added on the hearing. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
or q'urietly
GEORGE S. HAWKINS true c"nr-Attest,
Judge, &c.
deterred payments. 1 WM. H. MITCHELL, R. C. LESTER, Clerk Ga
The cali principle a.Jo.ited; by this Company *e- Solicitor for Complainant. I. FERGUSON, Jr., PAI.XTKRS BRUSH AND COLORS, .. .
cure to I'.ie jiirlie lot whose benefit the instances Solicitor for Comp'ainant.'
." *
------ Apothecaries GItss Ware Ac.n
re efl cted, itie whole of the Iranian without .
subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumu- .__.r.t-., :X.X Slate of Florida, \ I, Samuel C. ficlhmv. Clerk February 9. l'30. 1HEaboveconstantIy on handand forsale at the

Uld note Jackson County. 3 of the Circuit Court in and for JL lowest market prices.

Pcroni jitv.iauin my effect insurance on their
and the 1&VUOfther. \ mtrncd women can insure GAY'SEXTRACT true copy of the original order j>as fd in case oHlias CHANCERY. Tallahassee, November 20. 1817. 13SI.MO.V tE t

the life of her h i ndthe benefits f which WesUT vs. Nacy Wester. Given under in\ Mary Woodward, } ; I

are secured by law for lUe e\clui use of herself or OF CASCHALAGOA, han l and private seal, there lieing no el of otFice, r*. > Bill for Divorce. TOWLE. MAUIANO D. PAPY I

children. this 421st tlavof December :i. 1). lli James J. Woodward. ) TOWLE PAPY
Clerg.mtn and all other*.Ifnendent wpon salariesar SAMUEL C. BELLAMY. Clerk, tr.-*'..] to the satisfaction of the Court, by OLD DR.) JACOB TOWXSESDTUP.

specially invited 10 avail ilietiwlvesol a resource MUHKJAl, VIKTUCS. By NATHAN S. WATSON. 1). C. r'appearing this eau filed, that Jaires J. Wood Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, iiRtftlNAI. I'tSOOVEJltaofTHE '

whereby their njrviviug umiluM may be ecured A CURTAIN PREVENTIVE AND! CURE FOR January S. lb"Q. 02 3m ward, the defendant in this cause, resides beyond the HAVING formed an association for the Practice

from tVeeviUol I penury. jurisdiction of Ihis Court and out of the State ol attend the several Courts of the Genuine Townsea.1 SarsaparSHa.hich .

Pimnhct! vilniiory nf tlia principles of Mu1! Feccr and -fg". Consumption, Coughs, Cotilx, In Jackson Circuit Court. Florida: It is Ordered, That the said James J. Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Court fill fir. Tn'ns.u4 is row 'es'itf .p.25i .

al LId fn Riieiin ails,,,, \euratgia, Efytiprlas, Lumbago,
with, form f application, rav be obtained at the + JamesYown, ) said Bill of Complaint within three months, or said to their cire will receive prompt attention. 1,7.tten; : 5', ws.i c.rnp.Id n iOnli t.I t.
office of the Company, 33 Wall st., or of any of it* Paralysis, PleuiisytJ>iunditt, Jtysjitpsia, Cosiiccnrss ( Rill for Divorce.VicryYown. Bill will he taken pro confesxo against said defendant 05- Office in the Capitol. I in.tin u but \\39nn kept) out of nt.rkec.iiucribe.l ,onf ,

aAts. Piles, Dfixtittriy, Dropsy, Lietr Comjtlainti. $ In Cl.auceri.IT and the cause set for hearing the ne\l Term February 17, l'i49.! 7 I u. ttuw only h fevj. pr irrt Iu *onli saillV'**
liillious L'oiiiiluiiitttttous.ljffcfions,, U alue It fcnd rncbml Ore ar< nf mnr B. Vnhu !
TRU3TLS. Cutantcits li vnl Fevers in llentral. Item. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by of the Court in May next, at Quincv : .Ind it is further tinv. f.erfln. %ho h.4 br. i he leil r.f tnre jiwruw.ma **
> Jns. R. Collins, Iid C. Colden, orh'igei, Obslrnctiiint, Fluxes, Iwlisftstion, Deprattd jfli.ljvit in this ca"c, that Viccy Yown, the doSeiidant Ordered, Thai this Order be published iii week some MEDICAL NOTICE. from Jcalb, iTi.cltiin HEALING i', ireUeneifnt FOVER.Knowinf. .nor.derf-il

% 'm. 3. tlvil Alfred Ed.vard*. and and all diseasei in this case, resides beyond the jurisdiction public newspaper printed in this State once a .. .
Appetites ifcal
Drfcctirc many *r ir ; h h.4. i bjr h' tkij -.
R. H. McCurdv1, Win. Belts originating inConstipation of this Court, and r.ut of the State of Hoiida, and for three months.2d Dr. Charles T. Darby mu ,, etrt| iirc. abvt.t! nn arwle nh'ch' i>u:it be of'| J.i *

Fred. S. Wuuton, Joseph JJlunt in the State of Georgia: // is Ordered, That the said February, 1S-V). ESPECTFULLYannounces to the public in Ublc s4atugS o i.inIiC wn n the mmnt qa| u'r*'
of the Dowels & ThOMAS BALTZELl, Judge.A p gen- oUhnl to bnnj It into ,irnvera4 o H.te. uhcit iu !!
line G. Pearson, Yown do and plead, answer demur
C. W. Fabr, V'icey appeal or I era! that he has permanently located himself virtues would be known *n*c>niH. Thi;, that: '
Jnho P. Yelverton, Henry Well. IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. t4 the said bill of complaint within four monthso true copy-Attest, Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all times, the ,,i.inl *'? snpjilipj this bu.t.
Theo. SeJwick, Wm. Morn e. the said bill will be taken -pro confemo" against R. C. LESTER, Clerk. unless professionally engaged. Strict attention will 0R4.YI) .f.VL U.vJqL'fLj.rD PRF.P.sR.5TIy
Cook It tone and vizor to the (liccstivioig.im; Protided That February t>, IS-V 5 3m nvcnictnrpdon 1ts ."-ic-.. *f ..3,4 )t milett for thninrVml
Stay R. Collins, Zeiede! gives the said defendant : the publication be paid to all professional calls. the length unit hrenitibof the lan.L e neei>Uyuiil .
John H. Swift, J.,na Miller, and isteraarkable forits./WHJii/i'/i Strengthening.and ., n or de'ent.nt,. r*.jint.pnHe

John Wadsworlh, David A. Comstock, lUsloratioe 1'icjiirtics. piinted in this State once a Cfk for *he period of Gadsden Circuit Court. Lrthkeyo'flE S P Tov>n nd't.it liitTnT| ,.i with tiie

S. M Corn.-11, Robert Shujler, i'ublfly admitted by lr. Townsend" Manufacturer three month GEORb}. S. HAWKINS, Isaac Ferguson, Jr., ) Attachment. GEO. W. IIUTCHINS' l/Jf,er fnmtrflu ehr!n.by but a f.i/n/t* the better tun:Hccnnie The hiehe u is prepared,tJ, a., im,*
(;ouv. M. Wilkins, Jtmes Chambers, of Townsend's Sjisajiaulla, to be November ll'lh, 1tt. Jude, &c. vs. > In Assumptit. nd the -tte-p dicyi1e. of th art hsv,,it.,.+,

Jo'm V. L Pnun, .'inph Tuckerman, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." JOHN MILTON", Reuben Scott.Sum sworn to 332 SG-l 00. AUCTIONEER trim;*!. nu resliItsIil.e in the Minnrtclure of tlie Old Oi,
SjM |M\r.ij; The 5rvtp.triji( r.it. i it u ei| know,
Fred. Whitlloey, M'ic II. Solicitor for Complainant. fTlHE defendant and all persons iiilerfstHl are it tn mta:
of the read the T.1LL.1IL1SSEE FL.1. II.CWiLp ORy ?uedicI "n.j
In corroboration above anneed 'ion.
Clurlcs Hly, Wm. J. Hunker, yj-: JL hereby notinVd of the institution ot the above which ar inert air us'i'. and oih.r., whicH if ,rr\a tiZtnf,,
Jnhi 0 Cruder Eugene: Dttilh, comnuinications, asCoiicliiahe attachment and are hereby required REFER TO pnnn* it f.r tt**. j 'wln'e ffmkfwt-ttton and MI which
; State nf Florida, ) I, Samuel C. Relhmy, Clcrl stated case by I t*
Walter Jov, Franci S Lathrop, Testimony and Proof Positive. Jackson County. Jof the Circuit Couit in and for to appear and defend said suit on the 3d Monday ir Messrs II. BOND, J. W. ARGYLC, D. C. WILSON, %luhou re I4> V1'ItI.t.I. the ty-UMi.tn ; they Some eniirer,.(ev the t prnpvrite rte ,nj*of, $nrwmn i

Alfred Pelt, .7. 0. Thatcher.JOPII I'ROM Till: GRAKFPMIKKO COM I'AY. said County, do hereby citify that the foregoing i ia is May next, at Quinry, or judgment will be taken bi F. II. FLGGT.J. HODSO.N and J. T. ARCHER. prepnrxii.in. if thr...are nut i.rr...rv d by a icmitf fe o *lllk,
H. COLLINS, Pittllrnt. Sir:-You arc aware that, a> 1 1.conciliator of the true and correct transcript trom the original order default. January 0, 15I). March 10, 1S1U. 10 Inii nonl> .-v.w. .iprn..ic.d ittne'e
ARB ATT I mut t have had ttiention I. FERGUSON Jr., Plaintiff. p.s.Oprc1n.s.. ctier, :I tiffw ior. tr.,, ,
ISAAC Secretary.JOS. Gratftnlerg Company mj tascd in case James Yownv-. Vicey Yown sue n. nnrfff hrnt. re inc very .r fiJ'..icai r rrftn"..if ,
IJUJNT, Councilor.J call-d to I lie nntneious Medicineprevuted to iii'4 for divorce in said Court. Given under my bam Febiwdry 9, 1530. 5 3m J. I.. SHIELDS, 21. D. 1. S. BOND, M. D. I n"l whii-1 >ve U> [ r tt. vttue.if tn

AMI'S' R. GAMttLF. Ag't., Tallahassee. I the public patronage. I have watched with much and private sisal), there being no ..eal ol office, this t ilqnid.ADy p'drlfn, C nfl,' 1-., the nr iyt .t ihr CSirM

January 10, 1550. 2yCOTTON I mteiest I the introduction' < !f 'he C>tncl,alagitli into: .21st day of Prccmher, .\. I D. 1 1' 10.SAMUEL Middle Circuit of Florida. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, I I rroin .,winc,v iu.te e,. : f ,, .,. c"I..oDg?) IHttpr 01 th, ?i'ifl i5
.a a : ,, ,
t thi r.iuuiry by \our ell"; and am tree t hi si> lli.it n i iMtiJicine C. HKLLAMY, Clerk, [.c.Lj Mary Elizabeth Fort, ) associated themselves together iu the I llqiid. ,w.rnt, ,,,,,r u, ,-n4.ii. ire.:nl c.fl, it r .s 5

G NS. *tand< so de',euivliy high as ;.o-r: ( xttaet! Bv NATHAN S. WATSON, 1 C. rt. > !Bill for Partition of Land. HAVING of Medicine, Surgery, &c., offer their j SM'SRII.L.A rioi. (l, fclA'1'; : "r VRtT." But ID.T ., o,
of that invaluable pbnt. In cicnfunn'y I hu\e Jantrirv IS'M. .r 2 3m
t.iy Xiciiaruli C. Fort. ) GENUINE OLD PR.
services to the citizens of Quincy and the surround JACOB TOV.'NSF "iSARbAPARlLLA.
seen it1; t\traorluui> efiicacy, in the cure ol a ronfitmitlcaaeuf FTappcarini satislactorily to the Court that Zah

JESSE II. WATSON, Hronchitij. For compianf which In Jackson County Circuit Court.IN L ariah C. Fort, the defend tnt. does not ri--.ilt; in in'i Qinnev.country.August U. IS 19. .'51 prepsrrd. tfcm tOP irert itrutertiin.. of

CI.VPalmyra MAWFACTUflIfl, req'iiie the I prompt and thoroiig I : piinticdtio.i ->f the CHANCERY-FALL TERM, Nor. 1S1". this State, bnt the State of Georgia : // it Ordered, I &cd,itpwrU;,r.... 'ire n': r.n.vre. t.n :n. ..'b .njfumi

blood, 1 doom your ( aizcJularnfur, cny far *uperioi That the stid Z-ich.iriah C. Ko.t, and all other perso.Kifiterestetl Thomas Jeff. Heir, part.cI..r oi.t n'.ie.t.v'menItir.n.ytit,,. .'. eirciv.i i-.4 i,,sj .. :C.'i. .,
Lee CountyWOULD (korgia, to any a nt all III* Sarmpan/Iox oj the day, Martha Eliza Whittingtpn, ) ; in I lli<* pretnisfs of which partition IS : mtii ihu* it >v r.e. derrbie nV pi' ..

inform his friends and the public gene- aiiil with them! all lam well acqitninttd r5. V Divoice.F.plirnim sought bv t tiii! i< Bill!, tin appear an-1 answer the siid ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and nw. --pr-S'-tie' Prrrti[ ;, ;ii.w."".'' "r", IL.
J.P1'. MARSHALL.! Obediah Whittington. 3JP in the Ciinit Court in each must 1osert'I ss..s ta tfte
Ilia I1* continues the above busimat t Bill of Complaint, in tins case filed, within three WILL practice
;appearing tn the sjlistjction of the Court, by of the Middle Circ jit.and in the Suprefte Cure of inutiuifrnblc shitsease.!i ..
hi old stand hrehe< will be In to supply then months from the date hereof. Hence the .. .. .
ppy affidavit in t!his c.o, I!hat CphriamObodiah Whit m .n whv we heir ;m i>< n.Utiiin. onr..
evidence of the for paitition.ol which the Bill is Court and United Sttes District Court a Ia itt (,vnr by ni.r.
article. As The prernis'3 WflIDeU.
with a first rate an FROM Ar EMIXCXT LAWVF.K IX XOUTIIAMPTOX, flI C1i.dte. W *.
the defendant reside! b ih *
yond jurisdiction
tniijlon Ta[La t'assee. wnnaier l in the tnrr ot
quality of his work, he would state that out of the filed, is known aol described as the following tract
MASSACHUSETTS.NORTHAMPTON. cf this Couit and out of the State i1 l Florida co.vsrcIIrTw.v JY.crFP'.ij
""*d Firpi
him the nnl l has nf land Uing, anSI l being in the Connty ol 2sontncelnJanuary[ 29, ISIS. 23 ro.v
sold nne tn'XHKl'M.1TiiM
larie number by p'ist year, or parcels f.VT. i.d : '
i Georgia / is Ordered That the SCRet. ,
Kcb ?. a nil! in 1 he State ot I : ; t r :
7. l J
fail d ti give perfect satisfaction-and would a' re(. Leon, Slate of Florida, to wit : E N W J, Sec -3L : COSTIfKlfRSS. all Ci"IMPURITY $ ?Ir'pT.y
cn.ne, pvethe nam* of any one WM lii on of hi Dear Sir-I have long wis1 cii l to see you, that 1 I said Ephraiin; O'jiiliah Whutinzlon di appear; and W j N W I, S.-c HV; i S W 4. Sec 2 > ; all 1 i in 'I CARAWAY SMITH,] [\V. S. DILWORTH.ATTORNEYS PLF.S, BLoIi .qr... .,.: .,,.,,,..ftOI CUt
plead, an \vrrnr L-tnur tr.tLe '.aidbilh ot complain OF
MeisintendiniitoenlareehNrstablis'i'rnent flight give you an accuiate account ot the ucinarka. 1R NandW. THE CLOOD
Gins in u.. within lr.ur months. < r the said bill will betaken 19fl:1 It ose..e.a mLrslJIdIg'ttu. .
this b which lie will ble cure of my only daughter of a violent case olerotuIa. / ic Ordered Tint a of this order
co.is'illrra'j'y' year, > means / fwth'r copy *, In.ii, ..t/.ii! .f ra. S* k
ir..m t.
ainit the said defendant Procided.
be enable! 1 fill orders (which last >eai he was 'in- She is n-iw aImot t three \erii4 f ape. In 1)1 o ronjtkio" a : be published once a wvek lor t theSiice| of t two month: AT LAW tion. dfftermm liuti ..f,.l.n.| o.th. nr-,0. .jm: .iannn rp.Mue.rca.of the k,.ta*

able tod i) ithGms, if possibleuperior to any cverma.iufacti i'Vbninry last, putnd so es tipon the lips, face, and That the j-iiblication of this order be made in in some uewspiper printed in the city of Tallahassee MOXTICELLO FLORIDA. told feet aB.t ban-., i.l rh.u.1 U.-i f.a,|. w r ',. i>. t
S'rtithwesti'riiGcoraii. Helhinks gla-.d*, nude their appearance, ai.d iucrpaed with -ome pu'ilic new-spapei printed in tb'* State once a aforesaid. hiss ng iu eijuitl K. Luidt ant (u.l ; ,,4 ((1r.,1OTW. !-
: re<1 in J? *le ,,n.l iriILo
Wtck foi (he period f three moot his. pectornima irt 'r'I'.n. ret aing mnctare ,f U
of her eyeal) i> became objrily July 7, 1S49. 27. *
that every vtMrV expeiience enables him to make a tn-flitlul rapidity; one THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.1st lane. tUnmt. nml en-ry .uh.-r j. rt
little bctfer'arlicle. nlc<.ral ed], that to all appearance) it could never CEOIIGE; S. HAWKINS id-c, itc. February, 1',50. But in nothing n it. wc hence .4ftre man deftly MCI irdw
azain be re-toied. Th s continued for ix weeks, November 1 I''lh, ISI'J.I f; MAXWELL know letted than in all k n4< Kill BeinZa practicalrnechanic, and withal,determined A true copy Attest, A. E. FEMALE
but ( tI the .- firt cla ssiiallbein nufaclure the child being a mo&t t liorritlesiihl.atul I IKhoailf JOHN MILTON, OSCAR \. MYERS, Clerk. COV1PL.AIXTS.
hat none ins rv Solicitor lor Complainant. a\nNy: AT L It "ork onil>r< in c. ,,,,( >'ucr.f. .,nr Ifkr'.ei til'ntl
j in his.hop,he Ut-1* sa'e in/warrant t hemlocperateto of her parents alinosi broken. During the whole 01 Febiuarv 2, ISM. 4 2m lit n'amb Jbftrutlfl Ifmvfreifl. i.r I'mmfid ,Vr.n,. lrr (*irij
tli sati-faction ol the putch* er. Hewill this peri.-d we ud SARSAPAUlLLA IN LAIJOE / ILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir- 04' the nienstriitl |
deliver tnern tree of charge to purchasers at QUANTIfIES, but Ihe die4e AJ< not attested inthelea Slat' of Florida, > I, Samuel C. P< !hmy, Clerk To Building Contractors. If CIt. ($: Ollice over S. F. Burney's Store. IB By curlrf rrm nli.,%ln the ? > tructi.ms. tn.l tcj.ttm the
their aU' u >t. While the disease was still at its height, Jackson Counly, J of the Circuit Court inj and Ii r T4tlahasee, Oct. 27, IStiJ. 42 it eive Lflh1 snd jufnih to the whid bu4y.uIs.: >
All v e z.iniit* n-.ade with hi< travellinz Asents.or I happened one day to chilL at the store of jour *try said County, dn hereby ccitity that he above is a TUOPOSALS to build a Court House in the town ttirei all (!.rnis nfAer

orders tn the Proprietor at Palmyra, clall be gentlemanly a/ent in this place and relating the true and corrent trarsciipt ot the original order passed J. ol Quincy, Florida, will be teceived irti1ic S. S. KNIGHT, ous tti ea rft and debility,
manner in which our child was afflicted, he adii'rci in cp Martha Eliza Whittington' v* 1'prairnOhe. first day of April next, at which time such offers 5,4 thin preveit.1 ur Tel ecs ? >cr promptly 1ide < o. will submitted the Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer a* Sfnat lrTtai,'.. A-nr lyta. it. ftttf tuana 5
shall line been made be to nif
s-;.. Ivtfii.4ing properly done in the most durablemaflner. me to make a trial ol your CanchaUziia. I took but diah Wriiltifmton, suinc for divorce. as t'.fdrflie Pits. C ).c :jr,, i tc.It .
one b 4tIe I hating no ruifidence in it, but roionieu- Given unnVr iny hand and private se>l. h"rc being Board of County Commissioners for their decision TALLAHASSEE, FLOKIDA.T"EEPS clr Dies the biiK L excitri toe brer to hmliv acdmn >m

He is Ant for the ,ale r>f Chapman ted giving it cordin; to jciir direction*, stopping no seal ot office, this 2lt t day of Dcr-ooer A. D., thereon. The proposed building is to be of brick;; the tnuinch. kuil pve* .u.4 iliec*<>,.n rI.ev-.*b.,.." 4
asi 1e'f constantly on hand.ar.doflers for sale at aIL t r| r ;od cuii and in five two tories high, and tilty-three by forty-hiee!
all other at once, jn .t days the 1S1U.
Bq4 ,:!',, 3t c.rAsr IRON ItO7Sl K POWF.RSUGR small advance cost l"urcahaH the stand eq'raliies th. "rc'iit.n ..I tti. 5..uI ro..Itrtn g..i'r. wuu.icquiIy
M'l.LSia Soulhwe-tein Georgia and Florida. swelling visibly drrrcatcd, the ulcer li gain to heal. SAMUF.L: C. BKLL\MY, Cleric, [.r\x..l in dimensions. The draft of the btnl ard articles in his line. Flours of -
and hc impioved rapidly lur three wtt-ks, and toour Bv NATHAN S. WATSON D.I C. specifications, may be seen by application to James approved qualities alt nurtures .t.til u .htnevn, remove v. nltiri>cti..ii< >.<
with Tra\ellin
wt Agents.
0*.ntr <>" f n be my -Sugars, Collees. Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, iovu'irate tlw entire flf.U* ,viroi. I Ii ni.ithsi5e,
M Gilchri Char les H DuPont two of t Ihecommillee
cIlfd-ie than two January I'-r.Q. 51 3m or -
civat was >atently >.
tedwith regard to the cnst and very joy ap;
Any inf-trmttioi vO Candles. Lard and all similar article The medicine Br4'Bii
Soap, *-together you pre-eRiiHt-nily
bottles* having been u-ed. Namin this case to some residing in tli,' town of Quincy. All communicaMons -
nei ii"' 4t 4 > ills (*in obtained by addrei-t- ; Florida! with Fruits I Irish Potatoes Onions Nuts f thr. f 7.ie5" .V
of incredulous ft tends,they socir.eJ to think that Middle Circuit of on the subject miKl be addressed to the c'ot nny D e thir.gs lend ut S. .
ins ', !t''v i ia. LIC Cojntj ,Georgia.Xi our UiUiii'sFig'. :1Inoid4antI allolhet rIHr art fV! Thi T"U-.S HMn'. lnini.t ,' ;wl I. trCOA1PAKED
':, ,. 12 lj"B the cure must have been elected by the uie of the GADSUEN COUNTY CIRCUIT( COUR undersigned,at Q'linrv, Florida. found in sirci'.ar'! establishments. articlejuiually WITH 1 HE OLD DK'S.hecaiLu .
S\RS\PAR1LLA, and it was isot cay, under! the JAMES M. GILCHHIST.) of one (.KAM> t AU1, that be ue. n l.NCAfAELIof
In Chancery. CHAHLES II. DtJ1ONT.Comrnittce. Store ne\ door above G. II. Meginnisi'.ca Mon Dr.TtKIUKATKn. HnJ
i'iz: Cz11Lor's! Sale.tni circun t.inres, to arsui* against that opinion; : JJUT
NOW ron THE PRO )F When the child appeared Iah.oli. Ward, ) DAN1F.L M. IIIXSON. ) roe street. NEVER SPOILS.
y vir* 1ie' lwe stopped! gii ing her your r*. V Dill; for Divcrcil Fe-bruw K,. js.-.o. r 7t April 'S10. !7 ly while thu other Dd'J* jim-.n". fennrntny. levied in, mrJ illx niiloi! Hale, be- i.tats eontiminzit ino 1-ncinenU;; thr jour aei* 'Mjuid iip.ding. *
extract, "uposing, all waicatc; but in iweny-five; hxard F. V.'ard. ) and d tiiiasm; othrr '..Is' Vnxt nut kiis homitt tvt
fit Ui<> C a.ii Mit *.* d..r. in \ii.i! F
't t.llowiiig deci ibed I aiid tuiaseJ irxfc.cid' What e, B\ kol
4$4't, alriad-y t n -l4I44
aie. swelling began to retni it. We waited the dy to the Judge of this Cowl, by affidavit duly filed tnoiihs! after date I will to the lion.i .
apply -
( ti the 1'axe& dubrren Wholesale i Retail Grocery i Provision Dealer acid T Ibo we not nil knnw that when f.Hxi utin ia "Ui itxaachs
?* ,n je ; t.c: ty see if it would amount to any thing STJOUS. It in- atnon the papc in thisca'jv.'tthat the said Elwa d ) Judge Probate f;rl he County ot Jefferso for wh.it r.r'chf> .: )>n .lucc. Tftitnori.. beartDnra f iftatinn -

: (. creaed rapidly as before. \Ve agnin commence<] F. W rd, (he defendant i intheaboie t Bill!I,rfsiden out letters ot di inisurn as administrator of AndrrsuitSaecd TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. of the heart, liver cmuiria.nt. dtirrhiri. livienturr 'nK
B 4 S- 1 1, T 1, U N and E ; the S W I civ ing her your medici.and in fivodajs. (the same o it| t this District, and beyond I tl.e limits of t the State late of said d"reased. T' EEPS constantly on -hand ai.d for sale at the and c..rru.ti County, the hmiM.r 'krkbnnf
;.e4. T !, R T. N *nd E bel.'i Hig to Geore A.tr. period of lime as befor-.) s>ho began to grow better, of Fbi ida, and l in t the Slate .,t Alabdtna : WILLIAM SNEED. iv. lo\\e t cash price for cash,all the article in Dim"on r tn)Kruption the ixnl*>.Ir' the V./i.tt Slm(,.ruitucea j-cnld He.irt ml Sil! Rni.'iin. lf>

iaI' and in about tvo weeks was \\ctl :ig.im. 1'uorn that // it hrrebu drdmd. That the said defendant bv Jefferson County, October 'JO, Ul'J. 41 Om this tine of biHinest. Fluar.of best qualities, Sugar, *ipei.i4. White wclhae'*. lever M>re And ire alcentuiMHternal
Jlf.J NTTF/MO.V, day to this, tl.e child ha 'been perft-cily well.My required to ailv. I and.in--'r I this flit! of Complaint Coe! T. a-j. P.,icon Hams, Snap,f'andles, Nuts, Rai and rxternnl 7 i U is n 'tbina under bm\en u. *= **
I lt.id' ul "
ami thus all thr
TiCDM.VV'h..t caP< rss Kheai.i'-in b'lt i
O'rhtr 1. 1-A 47 4m a PHYSICIAN I V came tMC u* with t the i iiift-n'ion o I theic-ot. t the ,iiil Bill ,.hall I be taken pro ctmfetsoagainst Co-Partneraliip. tound in similar establishments. All persons wanting HUM. nhitn miinu-te 't
prescribing for her. but MS w > were >iinionr in< dicine the) saul! deft ndjnt. and the caine shill I b Lsit TV IE subscribers having associated; Iheinselves to- ; to :purchase any of the ahote article, are res- where irnt tine KB.! Mii nns tae >leuc '
Tz Sale with success, and the child improving lapidly tor hearing at the next Tun of the Ciicuit I c' therm the APOTHECARY List. OF BUSINESS pectf.illy invited to call and price them before buv- It aru ? cicu..i.oi.s.!>$ nf rrrvuuCi mil nvuHy- e.Mt alt o!( n.iniari; ....i.t' : i ideraoie4 '3

F) viiine i.1 l the I'jI'mrMy' : vested in me by law, I II he did not condemn it. but IHt his own prewerition| ) Court, in said; County of Cdd-denon the third Monday under this firm of NASH &. TAYLOR, re- i iuIz elsewhere. I haiii.io n.iturc..iw .

) hive levied UK, anc* will i'X; 'i4ff for ale, before I to be used in caii your I'xtract failed We had no in May next : Proridtd, That publication ol M-ctiully| solicit the patronage of the citizens gene Store formerly occupi bv L. &. Greenberg I \. is t it levi eiirnb0! Its nike asdtct) a.4 PI '

tl'e Coin H vise door, i in M
it I J'JN"f.. the ffllowin described jomr' medicine in ,imlar caces. in this State once a week for the peticxl of days, a general assortment of MEDICINES, &c.if Mav 12. IS49. 1< OF S. ? TOWNS-; !

lanJi, or o uri -h thereof as will satisfy the Taxe* Your ohediciit ,.civant.UOItACi three tnonlns. Fbrn.ir\I 1S5u.< the best quality. They intend to sell none but i unit \rt K<- would! t.in tt.vrt .vr>|.....! itj.. ...

OJ* tb-reon foi th* year IS19, to wit : : J. HODGES. THOMAS JJALTXELL, Judge.A such as are good. To the Florida Volunteers. Twne U.t,. e'r.5a.a I, .a

Th S K k *nd N 'E 4if 'ee 10. E: I N' U" J of c- true copy'-Atlf t.R. Their utore j is oppo-itc the Court House,on Mon- r nilE i : undersigned will attend to the rolkction of n T Iloavro his Ifl.efu4 l.irtmi(MT-mraiion Ih.ii; we ,-h.iii.; rieal in an article' t>h.et $ &4

10. W 1 S K J.Stc 3T I, R 7, N and E., beloningto FJtot lt.'lI. WINSLO'V, nANKIMl, WALL SsT., N. Y. C. LF/sTKK: Cic-ik. n.e street, adjoining the Post Office. J. elainn araint the State or the United States bear th mmt ii>>tmt r i>m.S: nret<> i8. P. iw'iv.a' >! '

Edward Brvan.MM. February 'J, 1WJ._5_3m_ MILES NASH, f for services rendered by, or supplies furnished, the and which hond! brine ii >wn iiinm the Ol4 J r..udiiP'""' ''
It. No 4 and 5 in fractional Sec 25. N i, S.-c New York, Sept. 11, 1S-1S. J UNI US L. TAYLOR. Flori'U Volunteer c. lied into service of the State Inail of compiamia.nd cr.unn,U>n..fnuii .5ciis M band ba **>**i
piirchae ho hsse #.P.Ti ,naeml's FiRMTiCOMPuL'D.
State Florida. uaird
To Ffi-il.-rick A. Oay, Eq. :
55, W I, SEaniE i, SV4Sec23T1ORI' December 22,1S19CabinetMaking.50 during the recent Indian outbreak. .
S and C., belonging to J, r.n Miiler.J01IV My Oeii Sir-I cheerfully( comply with jour refpiest GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY Being: thoroughly conversant with all the forms IVevi,h it nmVr.t"od. hecan'* it the oiWul '*. in acknowl dginz with other" the b-ncfit P. Townseiicl's J4th InwivflJ1*'
11. PATTERSON nrlicie unit Old Ur.
and bn-inrss for the collection t-f the
Scott same,
which I have derived from the 'uc i of KxliaclofCanchalagua"or Dorothy necf-pry stpar.lU are kce.-'i ap Tax Collector for Madi on Cuntv.NvtSer California Plant. your Its efic-ctn r*. v Bill! for Divorce. '-. .. rphIF: subscriber having taken the he flatters himself he will be enabled to rive full they rfre unl.ke in every p-tri cutac. ?.tvI,.}.I.DI,,* i*;:i nh.'*
24. 1519. 4' ,n upon Reuben Scott. ) .1. Shop and Ware-Room rrrmllv satisfaction to (hose entrusting their claims with In comiiMin.At .
my u\stetu t arc evideit: and gratifying, and have S. I'. Twn.ooI \is r.> doctor. ,n.l ref a. U a
appearing to the sili-faction of the Court, by '- occupied by Mr. Gerard Vingerhoets", him. **
eliemiit. .. ,. UI
( &rdiC't
Tax Sale. indticed me to recommend its use to iny Iriends; and IT no pn.irinnrrnti'.t> no n..re i
Hamilton County athida it in this cause filEd, that Reuben Scott, the is prepared to Manufacture kinds ot Cabinet Furniture Reference-All who know him.GEOR3E eae thao an\ i.ihrr Cst'wn. iuie.inti. un,">-i "1'wh.it '- ***
I to lint in instance have
irtae of the po\vi vested in me bylaw I I am been;pleased disappointed assure in its you efficacy. no I do not hesitate di-fcnda'il in this canre, n-sidos brjond the juiisilic- ,and has now on hand good assortment,which W. HUTCHINS. f ran'ct cm IP..' ni.lir )h,vr ii M: (tort trie 0fr. iwfi' *n* w**

BY lull ex-'ote f.ir ,'!'e, bf'we the Court Hi**** in my confidence in its remaikable medicinal qualities t lion of this Court, and out ol the State of Fkrida will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON. February 23, ISoO. 7 articles fennme nnl scei.i.nr ii p; p-uin ur.-ine.; ;it sr.t r.n-if.iis wh..n .i'r n u i, iii.'l'e"""'* *"*

,*. aUf, in the town of iaper; Hamilton County. FJrida.on -. and t tO Mate that I believe it will be found to be // 1* Ordered, That the aid Reuben Scott ilo appear, Furnitute repaired at the shortest notice, and I on whirh ii, rim rcviirr ti.rm u.. AL.KM..; |A.. .se- t(

t'is fist Mandav in June nextISfl.beiisg) an excellent temedy in mo>t cases of diseases of the plead, answer, or demur to !aid Bill of Complaint reasonable terms. January 19, 1S30. 2 Cm Fletcher Institute. health.But whiirl'nlin-e<>xMffieiI tmiii ..mih"l"" "
thefil'lay "" that muith, 'he (ollowinff deucnbedproptrty. in affections and also wiihm three months' or said Bill will betaken pro that Ins of | a r rof r'04
liver a id kidneys, pulmonary Madam Rumor says students etiiiip mtiTrly medicine or di4e! |i mj'i'res
o- sono.'i ''frenf as will be milficient '' ii the purification of the blood, &c. That your eoiifctio against said defendant, and that the cau.e THE Quincy Male and Female Academyreopened WHEREAS to come to this Institution cannot mine eticriciire b> emit; : s..t,rrv nn even e"mi" dIiiIesI.

p.,V the Sze and County Taxes due thereon foi theje'ir merit in the introduction of this invaluable lat be set for heating during the nest Term ol the L January 7th. The i-econd session find boarding houses : To all whom it may con Hlacture, How medicine mi eh iii, .druYmid.reiin: iKtnnl frWIAX u it thHt tae: > '"""*' "S

IS 19. t ii wit : be appreciated, is thesiticete wish of Gadsden Court in May iiest l : .1nd it further Or- will commence June 6th. Students may enter at cern, I send greeting, that I have in my house on STOMtCHS 5y5T.1,
may ASB
jf the <3 W I of ec l.T 1 I. R 13 S until That this Older be in public time the and after the second week ESf-KEBtKD
TW NV 4 Your niitcrtly. R. WINSLOW.. puhliihcd some any during year, the hill at the Institution ample rooms, ace/.' furnished should itoow wll the wd.c..l |.?uptri, .J" 1lt1i'. I5'Ms.uner
and E purpdrtMig to bclone to William J. Mill*. OOPamphlet:: fontaininpa desciiption of Califoinia newspaper printed in this State once i week for three of the session they will Le charged only from the tcilhjire places,for1 the accommodation of of .sr'urn;; .nJ omreiitrStin ibrir be l.u(
XVI LEV LEE. au.,&n site,,,. ,,wIed.ot *lii ,tSd
months. Febiuarv 3, 1S5U.THOMAS !time ol entering. Board may be had at prices varying e use art soc
together with I interesting i infoirnatiori,, I in relation thirty students, and will promise ?o give them plenty the human ; III'e Sl'Ii
.1k i.-.w ui iid.,1.i
.yWiu. | vs.uW..e. 1.1
Tax \ jp-*' rand Collector Hamilton Co. tothe CacuAL&GuAiIiu iernarkabeffieacy! BALTZELL, Judge. from $'> to 310 per month. For further particulars of good wholesome diet, three times a day, furnish I is li> Hrre>l Ir.uwSif\ n "t.c ui.t.ftunirnounded .... p..iI DISII"'

? nvembr 2*, 1'9. 40 dm and curen, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES. I. FERGUSON, Jr., Solicitor.A see printed catalogue, which may be obtained lights and do their washing, all for ten dollars per hi'iuamlv. to Limit!,, lu--, iu the <.ei>am: '1S4'' "* .4
true copy-AttfHl, by application to N. II. STEWART, restore healih and bl.x.nt. anil 4.g> t .un.. ir ereOiiC Tiken.
Pain Killer. Sold by LEWIS & AMES, R. C. LESTER, Cleric. Jan. 20: 1S50. 3 Principal. month, one half paid in advance, t e other at the .and t>>b-tninh ninriiiar lhat$11.1'| |I'K.J ttl BTi>W.Nl- <'
Tallahassee Florida. end of the year. has SOUGHT and t'OUA'D the o-p..rtiuuty| an< nwin to
,FRESH lupplyof Perry Davii*Pain Killer,just Agents, February 9, IS.'XJ. r 3m P. P. SMITH Ins

received tad for sale by October C, 1619. 39 Cm Notice. Fletcherville. Ga., Feb. 23, 1530. 7 3n- Grand Universal Concentrated

T. WHITE! k CO., Agent In Leon Circuit Court.IN months after date, I shall present my account* llcmeily
45Bagging SIX within the reich.ansi lathe knowlrikfKof alt! who ne d l
Novef bpr7lS49. P. P. LEWIS, CHANCERY. vouchers to the Honorable Court of Pro- Raisins Figs Cheese &c. hey[ ..my le.un an.1 know, by Joyfu! experience it*
bales for the of Leon and ask for final '
County a settlement I o\-er to Ilenl
3fl2Ofl iJOZfJ'JJAVING Caleb II. Blood, Complainant,
and discharge as Executor ol the last will 9(1 BOXES English Dairy Cheese,

OPC, AND SUIT, for ixle bv determined to change his location from vs. and and testament of William Turner, deceased /._ 10 Drums fre-h Figs s" Sold wholesale and retail l>yTIIO.MPSOX.
David P. Hogtie. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &.C.,
R 20 Boxes do. Raisins SKILU1AN & CO.
McNUQIir & ORMOND. GJ. to Tallahassee, Fla., would! MATHEW TURNER. ,
Charles Mape* tt al Defendants.IT .
NJpflt. January S, ISM. 52 ie'|)eclvilly( tender liu professional services to the February 2, 1S,7) 4 6m 1 Box Citron, 102 Nassau street, New York;
citizens ot this and the rounding country. He appearing by affidavit made in this cau<
Notice. will visit Monticcllo, M.idi.son, and Thomasville, (the said defendant, Cluiles Mapes, resides out ol Notice '* Heidiick Champaiarne Wine. Andlij LEWIS iV A3!LS,

f7a where he will be prepared to practice his the Slate of Florida, but in the United States : It is With a variety of articles of the kind, received Agents, 'rallabasse
months 8l' rdite, the mder'igned will apply prolt1.ion subscriber fitted the TANERY
Ordered That I the said Chailes Mapesdo and rpIIE having up Emeline and for sale April 1S4Q.
SIX in all I its various branche hoping liom appear per byMcNAUGHT 2U Ii'iIyBlacksmithing.
Leon many
of tar County L
the Hon. JiHj;* the bill of filed in this in this place known as Baker's Tan\ard, has & ORMOND.
plead or answer complaint
the K of Arthur yea,s experience in the science to be able to give enlirc -
of distnuston hand and will all kinds of
for Utter ati iaction.| All operations will be warranted. cause within four months from the date of the first now on keep LEATHER NewportFebruary 27,1S50. 7 .

Buraey, en. deceased. Ladies wailed> on at their residence. publication oL: Ibis older, or the said bill will be taken for sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES / 100D. substantial, and cheap Llacksnsitbiar 'I
JOHN S. HART, CVr. for confessed against him : Prowled, That a made to order. He has on hand a superior article of Bagging and Rope. \J all kind- done he Sublc. 1C
at I
I Hrandon
3." Cm llffrrtncti:-Dm. ). A. A. W. Preston, He Shop near rr.j
S 1S49. >- doubled-soled NEGRO would here
September ., S.: S. Adams, J. II. Hill, Rev. P P. Smith, Thomasvillc. copy of this order be published in some newspaper his thanks to the citizens of Gadjden and the return PIECES Kentucky Bagging, copied li.t: tear by Miiler &, Erokaw.

Notice. published in Tallaluts, for the apace ol lour adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and 23 30 coil* Rope, January 20, 1819. 3 A. A. FISHER.
Drs. W. J. Drinion and J. H. mont his. say Twine
Pope,Madison Court 1 bale ,
lo them that he will continue to manufacture
months afterdate, I shall apply to the Honor- hIolde. THOMAS BALTZELL, J go. Gnnnv Cloth.
2 bales S. S.
SIX JC\JK f Prnte in aid for the Count} of :*::1- Office at Mr- J. L. Demillj's.October Dated November S, 1S-I9. Boots, and Shoes,He at will his old be stand in Gadsden Just received per Schooner Peltf, and for sale by stand 4eiI
the Administrator County, near Qnincy. glad at all times continue business at his old ,
ol the
as one A true from original.
Jefler ion for my c idehsrg': 13, 1649. 40 Cm copy McXAUGHT & ORMOND. WILL "
of WiUUia Bellamy, late of said County, de.cesed. OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. to exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, 23 ISSO. 7 hopes wait on such'ofheretofore hisfriendS $'
SMITH SIMKINS. November 24, 1S19. 40 4m Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. Newport, extended so liberal a patronage,

Jea-rsot CeustySanuary 19. IS50. 2 6m Tin Manufactory. s-: Good Boot and Shoe maker, of steady habits, Fancy Sugar." ins: that all hall have geod articles at lair priCf5

TTAVILG engaged additional workmen, we are In Chancery. can have employment. April 29. 1549. 17

Notice. ii. prepared to till all orders in our line in al COUNTY FLA. w. H. MCMILLAN. 5 BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar,received

: Prompt l and satisfactory manner. All order from CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE Tallahassee,February 2, 1S50. 4 |yJETNA per Pet tea," and for sale byMcNAUGHT Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
flue I will tv the Honnr-
months after apply the will receive immed MAY TEEM, 1650. &, ORMOND.
SIX for the of Wash.ingtci' country ate attention. A fTIIfE subscribers have on hand two htrndrtd ID
4 Judjeof County administta. liberal di count given to rnercha its and dealers Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram INSURANCE COMPANY, Newport, February 23, 1550. 7 JL of of nbifh I1I !
(orlMt rsnf! dinmiafion tmm the HARTFORD filly ounces Sulphate Quinine,
nt f Matliew Tuck-r leca'ed. WIHTKfcCO. Divorce. have obtained ditect from the manufacturer aE*
tioa (. the June 9, I849 53 vs.hlezekiab [5UILDINGS, Stock*, and Cotton Ware-house Liverpool ..Salt.OH article-
HENRY O.CCAL.rw hey will warrant it to be a superior
52Notice. L. Thistle. J L> insured against los by fire. ( SACKS lii fine order,(bleached Sacks,) just We have enlarged our stock of Drugs arid CJI
Fruits &c. This
PROOF having been made thai Hezekiah L.' LEWIS & AMES, .\\\J\J received per Barque R H. Gamble,and foi cines: by recent arrivals, and are prepared to '***:

ORANGES, out of the State ol Florida, !/ u Orfercd January 2ft, 1550. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. ale by McNAUGHT 4. ORMOND. orders for articles in our line, at wholesale et ret2'
motion oh( S.
Mallory Esq
LEMONS, upon Newport, February 23, ISM 7Gentlenien'a
A\t\ of this nolicI will that of the facts char on the mcj t accpjnniodating terms.
; Mt'i fier1he ONIONS ilainant'* Solicitor n bearing I iortkl
APPLE. Garden Seeds. We have also few accounts due lo UI
t sTD rres.t nuer* and account* to the H.>n.ize IRISH POTATOES. ged in the Complainant'* bill be had ; and that a yet smalls

of Pr"b3t' <- t )ir L-n C iutty, tor a fi lal fettlemenltid MACKEREL in half barrels and kilfi notice thereof be published in some public newspa- A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Clothing. ear 1317. They are generally in ii "*''A
4jilure tram the Estate of Dr. I. D BEEF TONGUES per of thii State for the 'pacc of fonr months at t least. just received from the celebrated garden of G \ .SMALL and well selected stock of Clothing, ..at if the whole could be paid surryhich shortly, f !

uie of f ad County,deceased.ewlon Just PICKLED received and for sale by JOSEPH B. LANCASTER, 1. Garretson.on Long Uland. For tale bj t\. just received per Emeline, and for sale by far towards JLjciJatiDgccitain LEWIS *


23,1 WO. Il-but D embfr22, 181? M West, March 30, 1S0. 12 4m January 5,1550, S2 Newport, Februiry 23. IS50, 7