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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 27, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAMSSEE, PA. SATTJllDAY APRIL 27, 1850. VOLUME n-NO. 16.


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DEAF SMITH; The other responded by delivering a letter I and the rangers used to declare that he could Korlhe Fl.indian & Journal.QT Hev. miscreant with his head cast down, with An Inltres'lng Case.-The following facts, I

I Or lie Celebrated Texan Spy. inscribed on the back, "To the citizens, olAu.stin. ca'ch'! } the scent of a Mexican or Indian alas CX-, April 10th, ISoO.EUITOKS stealthy tread, and with eyes ofthe evil or.e, finished by one uf our principal physicians, '

two after the Texan revolution. ." They bioke the soal and read a- great a distance as buzzards could distinguish ltssis. :-Permit me through watching his chance when he can to! so in go to shnvr conclusively, that the most con-

About occurred year between th new pov.ernment loud. It was from Houston atul showed the it I e odor of a dead carcass.It ih
difficultly md a portion of the people, which usual terse brevity of his *.tj le : was these qualities which fitted him so the attention of the p-jblic to a matter, in which ready los t the world on fire, r with cord be. broken up-that where lie laws of life and '

the most berious *'FELLOW CITIZENS :Though in error, well for a spy, in which capacity he rendered they are deeply interested. In these stirring ready to hii d m irtyn to the ttake. The next heiih! have been violated, no matter how long, .
threatened
(the bloodsh and horrors consequencesPrrn of civil war. and deceived by the arts traitors, I will give invaluable services to Ho .ston's! army during tius when we and our institutions are aisiiledon artirle; is on TUB Questions ol the D.nv- or to what an extent-it is safe to break off to '

Briefly the cause was this : The constitution you three days more to surrender the public! the war of independence. He always went all sides by knaves and mvliivn, it is What are they ?" by Il-r. Leonard Dacwi.It .- obey tln) e laws, instead continuing to violate J ;
archives. At the end of that time will alone, and obtained; th-i information is than the them.
fixed the city Austin as the permanent you generally rijihl that our eyes should! ijc j opened, and directed more moderate in its tone pro- Il
Jad, where the public archives were to be pJeayj let mo know your decision. desired. His habits in private .life were to every source ofdinger. Many of ceding, but it U abolition under full siil. I Miss i E.: B. of this city, about 39 years of '

capital with the reservation, however, of a SAM HorToN." equally singular. He dould never be persu.3.ieJ the newspapers ofth North are patronized have not time to dissect it. The next is imder age, being out of health some 12 years a:o, ; '

kept in, the President to order their pow. After the leading, the deaf man waited a < to sleep under the r of of a houvs( or even bylhe Sniiih' and among others one published the head of Slavery a Doomed System." applied to Dr. Coleman for his services. He i
temporary
fr removal, in case of danger fiom the inroads of few seconds, as if for a reply, and [then turned io use tent coh.! : Wrapped in his blanket, in New York called the New York Weekly It profcs es to review Goo. ll/tmmoniVs infamous finding her laboring under di ease of the J'.'

the furce via sudden incurrection. and was about to leave the hall, when Col. lie loved to lie out in the open air under the SIBI." Il is publised by Heaci: & Brothers, at defence slavery. It does not answer bowels, prescribed paregoric and brandy, '

a foreign .enemy, or :Motion inleiposed, and sternly beckoned him blue! canopy of pure ether, and count the stars, on; dollar pr annum. It proP se? to be Gov. Hammond's noble vindication of the which afforded the desired relief. She continued '

Conceiving that the exceptional: ) back to the table. The Granger obeyed, and or gaze with a yearning look( at the melancholy nejtral in |'.>!lilic- and religion, but I shall South, but deals in anathemas and prophecies to take (them daily, until the habit wai

arrived the Canutirhes! emergency! Morion wrote : Von were brave enough to mo) >n. When not employed us a spy soon show that it is faithless in this respect.- of our downfall. There are other articles contracted and to produce the desrre3 effect
as freq lently
Committed}Iii within fight of i the! capitol insult rile by jour threatening looks ten minutes or gui Ic, he subsided by hunting, being often Among a few others I am a subscriber in I which I shall not notice in detail. They are the quantity was gradually increased from :

Itself Houston ravages x\ho then resided at Washing. ago ; are you brae enough now to give absent on solitary excursions; for weeks and Q uincy. I was induced to subscribe by the of course in correspondence with tht prece. month to month, and from year to year, until "

me sitisfict: ion V1 even months together ia the wilderness. He neat appearance of the the nullity of ding. There is one paper on the Atrocities the last year she took weekly four quarts of .
the Brazos, despatched tinier I paper q'i
jon, ():1 his subordinate functionaries an to commanding send The Granger penned his reply : "I I am at was a genuine soi; ofiuturea grown ill) chil.l | reading matter an.! the low price. The[ prospectus of Slavery"-which I shall notice an
( records the latter which he your sen'ice !" of the woods and prairie, which h" worshiped for '30 held out inducements to sub- conclude. It appears Uruin A Hill!, speculators one pint whiskey daily, and for the last two '
to place,
declared ihe State io be, tcmpore, the beat of (Jov.crtirrietit. Morton wrote again, Who will bs your with a sort n\g aJ. r.ti.in.! E\cnJi'! l by bcriOrs in the shapa of engravings which! I of Alxanclr, bach in possession a girl weeks the took daily a quart of parrporic of .

jtro seco-d r his infirmities fiom omiial fellowship.with have never received, nn-i doubtless never shall, named inily. Her mother, doubtless( a fu- the same strength, with n pint of whiskey.She .- -.

It t impossible t<> describe the stormy ex.citenT'iit The stranger rejoined : I am too generous his kind, he nurlo; tbo inanimate; things of the as Beach d IJiotLers have got my dollar. In gitive. lived in Cleveland. Among the abo.lilionisU was ofcouurse constantly in'oticate.d-she '

: which the promulgation of this fact too seek an advantage ; and to brave to earth his lends, and entered by the heart's the number of the S-md.ite.J March 30h: was of that place, an effirt was made to became very much emaciated-her appetite

raised in Austin. Th keepeis of liotels, I fear any on the ;pait of others ; therefore I own adoption into hirtaei! hood with the includ-.J a sheet st\bd a "Supplement; to the raise the amount demanded fi>r Emily by gone, lost the nse of her limbs, and was reduced .

boarding-houses, groccrleji and faro.hanks, never need the. aid of a second." lurniniaiies of heaven Wherever there was Weekly Sw," d.ifeJ? March liTih, and it is to Bruin & Hill. They despatched one S. L. to a state of perfect helplessness and '

thunder-struck, maddened to frenzy for Morton penned : Nam.* your term*." land or water, barren mountain! or tangled this sheet to which I wi.sh Io call the public I*, to [purchase her, and he published an account mental imbecility, her constant and only cry

the were tneacure would: be a death-blow to theirpoperity ; The stranger traced without a moment's brakes of wild waving cane, th-rc was Iiaf attention, anJ which discloses the real charHCler of his interview with Bruin, and his was more paregoric and whiskey, paregoric

in buincfeK and accordingly, theydetermined hesitation. Time, Minset this evening ; Smith's borne, and theie be was hippy ; but of tho Sun, and of its editors, Bach: d; I want of success. From his own account, it and whiskey, paregoric and whiskey."

at once to;tafte to place, the l left bank'of) the Colorado, opposite in I the streets of great cities, in all I the great Druthers. In the supplement they throw off I appear that Bruin was extremely civil and In this state of thing" I was consulted to

: atert the danger, by opposing necessary the execution Meps Austin ; weapons, rifles ; and distance a thotoiighihivs of HI-MI ; wheiever there was all disguise boldly, and appear in their real disposed to accommodate all parties. But; her case. Seeing clearly, that a continuance

of Houston's mandate. They called hundred 3fl rds. Do nut fail lo be in time !" tUttery fawning, base cunning or craven character of raving abolitionists.! The sheepskin the dear friends of Emily in Cleveland could !1 in the same course must inevitably very soon -'

meeungof! citizens and farmers ofthe a} mass cir lie then took three steps aciovi the floor, lear, there was Deaf Stnith; an alien and an is cast aside, anJ they stand as wolves not raise the necessary amount to purchase terminate in death I unhesitatingly advised to

who all oriels and disappeaied through the wiadow a be exile. gnashing their teeth, and thirsting for the her, and as Bruin could not be swindled out reduce her paregoric and brandy graduallyihs -

cumjacent!interested in country the were and more after had entered. Strange soul lie bath depaiteJ on the long blooJ of! innocent nornen ami children of the ot his property by S. L E., l.e was abused at first day one third, and in six days it vai

speeches q.ieMK.n*! the asserted; many of Vat! !" exclaimed Jui-e Webb, h it joainey, away among those high bright staiwhicb South. Do I spo:ik stroisly! ? Let (he public a mst awful rate. Her friends-Gal save entirely withdrawn. Four weeks ago shi a

the fiery adainitrAtijn; again, il wu unanimously! tyranny resolr.cdto | possible, Col. Morton, that you ititenJ to fiiit wcie his night lumps ; anJ bo hath real the sjpf: letnent, and thy! need nothing I the mark-her friendj not beinz able to s'eai tool her last dose. Her system was sustained '

the removal ofthe arcl'ieves that man He is a mute, if not a positive either solved or ceased to p-jnJer the deep dirtier to convince them, thai if H-'acli iV; her. or swinJle her owners, 5he flood gates o by bark and nervines. Since then she has '

and prevent armed ii'Mt-uince. Tothat end by maniac. Such a meeting I fear, will sadly mystery of the magic wind "lifHe is Brothers had their way in controlling the destiny !)iiling
open of four bundled they tarni h the Iu.ii ,fyour laurels." deaii ; therefore let his crror> rest in oblivion, ol the Soutj, that blood and flames: and I it thick and heavy. I think it may be laid hiiibs-haer appetite is restored, and she iafust

vn as an ax on, Mss. Editors, that an ab.> : regaining her flesh anl the use of her
moiety ?
regu- a earle ; that mute is a hero, whose fame xvou'd be o'ir late. The horrors ani I atrocities litionit>t loves his nvxiey: too well, even: the mental faculties. She rejoices at her deliverance '
of
bbould
Jar periods the State duty.I.'OUM' : umi keep! ihe constant guaidaruunJ stands in the record of a dozen batll-s and at Wild Gal, I/ic Srm iivh Chirf.-The Tort of St. Da.ii'uigo) ; wo-ild be re-enir.Jed with ten Sill rhiest ftrthing to let it go, lo redeem their !; from the controlling power of appelile,

; peril passed least half as many bloody duels.: le! idet l lI heis Siiiith: HeralJ of f the Jil instant sat; : fiddiulence.. '1'hee are the ligilinnte fruits preten led objects! of sympathy. I saw; before waiks about the house, anJ I is thinkful fur tho
The of thk
bv. CutumuitJf force
was one I ihe favorite emissary, an-i bo om fiiend of Wo learn f'ro.n a geirleui who has been ol l ab iiiiton! and they would come us IIK," says S. L. E., a being ia human coarse that was puru.'d, an.i 1 tlj-! restraint im.posed. .
Color-el Moitnn, who bad achieved con-idei. upon .
I Houston. Il 1 havethe good furt.ne lo kill amatrj the Sv-'tninoles! for sevetal week, thai just AO certain as abolition: is the creed and form, but an incarnate devil at heart, a wretch I .-Kochester Star.
able reuown in the wtr for independence, and Wild! Cat, and a 1 few foil > vers, Irire left the
will the Prr-iJfiit abandoned' from heaven whom words
think il to ,
him, I tempt reliiti enactment of the majority in the upon no
hadktiil more recently displaced desperate SemiiKiltf cou-itry, and ,ne: no'v, it i is supposed government. sympathy would have eff-ct. an.1 1 left him BOSTON, April 7.-Dr. Beecher, of Park
tr.tvt vow agiinstenturing: :inj more on People ofthe South arise before it be forever
bravery in two rfesprraie! djel iu l bo'h of street Church that the circumstance
the field ol< honor." between the Brazos a.i J Colorado! livers, (to late. fully C'-nsjious that th-? monster some day says -
v. hichhe
    You know th man then. Who i< he 1 1Who way Alren! ly the fanatic sends his would nuel an awful doom. Thud.i these
    daring :
    with the IHWIC kuit Indeed from the pestilent
    Professor .
    no. vious to his leaving: he held talks: with leever- Webster, are substantially
    voice viilians and assassins abuse honest
    kd
    i is be J" a' twenty togeiher. missiles aul 1 will! an man,
    ioiiei ufLi character fur well among joti, they soon
    > reieng % as as al ofthe Indian tribes aril J had as follows.
    Motion ; produced because he exercised control
    S. answered
    Deaf Smith, coolly. be fillowcd a ligitimate over
    and Con-
    by acls.
    U was thought thit I'.oideni Houston open tangible A in the of lh
    courage. excitement them gentleman rending vicinity
    his tales.He .
    Why, no ; thai cannot be. D)!erit in his strength he casts olT disguise. his own property. As to paying for this girl I
    vv.rfild renounce his purpose touching the blain San Jacinto lemarlced Judge bId! them that the United States intended like! honest men, these knave could not allure! I Medical College saw on the night of ihe 2UdXuvernb .
    was al and relies his
    and
    o.i to I
    strong arm disgrace
    arcLieves he ud! learn who .
    so twn as fcti was to remove all the Indians, in three years, ton that and here the TS IiLt in Professor Webster's room. .
    \Vebb."Theie. we measure extent
    ruin and then may
    : to sacrifice One side
    the leader ol the 41)Iov1zun.j honor is mistaken, countty where there was !rit little WQi-J, atrl you. 01 of their sympilhy. This being something unusual he obtained %
    again the is filled with the of ihed
    your
    Morton on hs; whnpe fully fciippibMent; ; sjieecli and observation
    pirt vanity said Morton. "The Smith's death a very great sc.nrcity of water ; thit it would spy glass, on taking an sawa
    story SewarJ. It is before the word
    equaled hi* personal I prowess,encouraged and be measured out them the chiefs migogiic nun in the act of cutting up a human body ;
    to ,
    getting about In
    the class which belongs
    fiction Houston( to save regard to to Emily ,
    was a mete got up by and I lejrain from commenting on it. It iajy
    justified the ;prevailing opinion bj hi* boaMing ] the others in smaller! supposing it to be a subject for anatomical dissection ;5
    I
    a : a day, an
    the life of his favorite from the t-worn xengeance quart t such a speech as I should anticipate from 1 do not hesitate to say that a search .
    threat He ewore that if the President did and this the
    : in rti the rank anJ being previous to report
    quuititie: *, > ceitain Texans, on who e conduct prop fciich It over the entire globe, whether in princely
    the sentitnenis
    a man. professes tu
    succeed in removing! records bv th march speak -
    Parkman'b he
    & of Dr. took
    of the indivtdtiil an-J children disappearance, no
    he ha i acted I fathomed the aitifiee ? I -woni i'n palacs or lowly cottage, would f lil to produce
    of
    as a hpy. : the North. If so, and these sentiments .
    (han overpowering furce, be would then himtelf farther notice of it.Dr. .
    '. The chief of the several tribes i
    twelve months Miice. only a pin' a more happy better cared for or more contented
    taint him down like a wolf an:j tltool him knew but alriiil: are to have a practical application inhw Beecher, not feeling at liberty to con-
    be madman this were to say any thing about race. In the numerous families where
    "Ifxvliat true, are a
    -
    you (iod Our don is sealed and
    you sny help us.
    xvit'a! little ,
    cc'rernnny, or t-tdb him in bis bod, I cal anjtliinir which migtit be of importance
    !" exclaimed Webb. Deaf it, and his unpopularity aiming his own such are to be found, the relations between
    yourself the date of its consummation i is not far dis'ant.Tiie I
    \\ayliy him hi bi walks of recreation.He the the
    to throw went to Attorney
    light en cse
    and th Creeks from the fictllral
    Smith never known to mits his mail people ? arose I master and servant are those of confidence, '
    was of the is filled
    oppositepajje
    even wrote? the hero of San Jaeinto to ; supplement General and him
    interrogated M'pothelicaiiy
    tb1 chief hnled him b-'c-iusw knew -
    d" in lhii they Jove anJ affection. exists in
    iriht
    I He bu fien vn ravns Slavery only
    <) with various articles copied isom
    l)11nCiP'hYthe
    that effect. The latter replied in a note ot [ in regard ?o the matter.! Learninghow- ..
    that he intended tell the I He how.ev .
    laconic I tnfjt rapid fl.gh': :and killed Camanches an.ltt to jieople. Indepondi'nt," a week'v' paper, pjoiisheda na-ne. White servants with their boasted I
    ; *' If bravery : \1ticasni > a distance of two huudted and <-r, did not intend! to live up m the lanl) the in New Y 'ik. by S. W. lienedict, and freedom, occupying the same position in the ever. by this interview that the testimony
    the of Austin da the
    people not tend would be inadmissible he lha
    pmsued subject '
    ; !" United Slates -ippiopiiaU-d; ; far the Iniiians, e''ed the Rev. domestic circle at the North, would pour out
    frfyjaids : by Messrs. Leonard Iacon? ,
    archives, I thai! cettaiuly com*? and take no: fuither. These are the facts ofthe case a*
    obtain fiocn, the
    but
    answered Col. Morton, in was going to Mexicans RichaH Iro-n their d-epest hears; their devout thanks
    "Sdynotrore. J. 1'. Storrs, S. Storrs. Il
    them and if Colonel Morton kill bei professes nbiaiiieJ from Dr. Beecher
    and the
    ; can me, for himself and fllove, district of directly ,
    i welcome roaes of io my ear-cap. already settled. I have already agreed to which he described in the moM glowing and'] : doubtless of or all ofthe new systems ness, care, and afi-ction, which are accorded aiFtiir which gave ri-e (to the story attributed
    On ths reception of this an'wer, the guard any to a Student, heretofore published.
    a was doubled around the State H-vas Chofcon meet him. There can be no disgrace: in fall.ing favorable term All: thoe who would re- philosophy! which at the North nuv out'unto. (to the southern servant, upon whom such tender

    sentinels stationed the mad- before such a shot, and if I s-icceed, my move with him should have the privile s ol her 'the leares ol Vallambrosa." \Vtlhout sympathy is laviheJ. If you wish t<, see The 7'rutli.-We take the follow ing extract ..
    were along will confer the !" living there ; but, if Ihey remained behind, slavery, galling, unmitigated, slavery with re.al .
    glory
    I
    !
    ]leading to the Capilol the triumph' greater having seen a number, I vsill almost venture from the Mobile Herald. It is the truth every
    nrliury paraded habit of ibu hl and th'-y thoiild never be p-nnitte I to come i into; horrors, which there is of
    the street from morning till night, and select Such was the general lo say that"in religion il is infidel and atheisti upon} no ray sun ord. We commend it to the consideration
    a throughout Texas at that the c unit ry, bvil mijht die upon I Ihe land to shine, go and tines* UK* condition oi'd-imes- !
    caucus helJ 6.iion i in ihe feeling prevalent periml. cal i ii sentiment, no matter what it professes ofthe real friends of the South, the cons'ilu-;
    hall. In fcbort, everything;permanent betokened a city v hich the United Slates: intended ren.; ;>vin rail and in iioiittcyii is certainly revolutionary and tic servants, or hps} as they are called at theNorth. I 1 (tii.n and the jmuion.
    coming
    .1
    tempest. Towards evenuiii a vast crowd assembled! the Indians. I Hit is Io return in the disrgalizi71J. IJeycml doubt, it i is evil and '. The; greatest enemies to the South now _
    at the appointed to witness the hostile Spring, and bring with! him a large paper I have written much n7esrs. Editors: that !
    One day, while nutters were in ibis pUee only evil in all its tendencies:, an-i! the titn ss are tiitt free-oil piprvs of the South. Tur.i
    precarious aid the recklessne fiom the Mexican! government, granting; him I did not intend when I luan.. I.-it nit Seel-
    wis
    condition, the caucus at the city hall meeting : so sreat popular are evidently sadly out of"joint when so dangerous them iato the rivers aiijicent to their oClcerif 4
    was Mirprised by th su J jen of a .s as t to u'f.iirs ofthe sorts, tliat nuwr- the country for himself :nii.l i all those} who insidious and law hating paper can jugs are aroused. To think that a profeseJ ; publication, and w j t-ould soon extort ft'Wi '
    appearance
    stranger, whose modof was as ex.raordinary i oils and coijsd-irdbl: sum? were watered on might remove with him. It appears, from be s'liSaineJ.: neutral paper slio'ild enclose such inrendiary the North all that justice and the constitution .

    ( as bis looks entering and diev* Jit did] the result. At !length the red orb ihe sum.! 6talem"tits nude: by the! Indians! themselves, The (first nHicle discusses, this q lestiun- documents, is such a violation of faith, and dem i trim
    touched the curved rim of the U'es'. that he Iris sjcreedad in imposing on withal is so insolent, that I confess blood
    not knock at lae closed door-he did not peek in'Tbun many "Shall we compromise: ? and] is coninfiuted; bv my The iru'b is from the beginning, the appa- .
    admUsi'in: there at all!) bat climbing unseen| j em horizon, cove ii- g it all with crimson a iiI I (aI the I Indiansthe I I truth ; I and the air with fl od of burning that a lurgc number of them in'endwilli merely lo notice the tact in order to
    a small bushy-topped live oak, which gold, filling; a > remnuviiagn. the extreme ilot, Inc against our right let any ary to these pestilential and miserable or-
    beifcid* the wall, lid !I.eJ) without KOiinJ grew or glory ; aiil 1 then the two mortal mintagia.I him in the Star big. WilJ Cut, Ii i.iii part of our new possessions. He is an ultra open thee>es ot the public. The supp'ernent[ '! gins," which, under the hypociitical guise of

    warning through a lofty window lie wa I 2ilS. arueil with long, ponlero'is rifles took l lost his popularity amonz tle Sennni
    clothed altogether in I HI :k skin, a nJ carried along i L their tUtioM, back to luck, and at a p'-econ- Creeks, appears determined to nuke an efioittu mist except such as will exclude us. He is received it will certainly be followed by a deluge Mines.
    certeJ i ititi-.tiir. waving of a white Irtnd- rein ive to a distant country, and eunicea.a of d.iC'irnents of similar character. The
    anJ very heavy ril-:! in his hand, \v 4tr*I willing lo compromise in regard to the death, Let the South control 1ir mcr. press, and
    the kerchief walked slowly and steadily"off in ) as nniiy Iii'liins as pos'-iMe, uii'l s.ltleJOAM duty subscribers to the Sun, it seems to m" '
    at b'itoi! : of hi* left ueziJ'r a liuj;* laying; Mil, and burial of Southern rights, but within a twelve month there will be amon usa
    Lowie.kmfe, and had in his leathern belt acnup.tt ; oppuMte directions counting their Meps until wheic be will: not have to contend with no other. O.i the su'iject of the Union, he to be plain. Ail such papers should be degree of tmaij'milv which shall have : '

    of pistols! half the length of isis gun.He each measured fifty. They both completed; rival rhiefs. 1 He i is a running, ambition asks if ciri! >tian> ought not by ail (the rn ans j jin prompt'y letiirned to the soutce whence tli'y no sample! any where in all the chronicles .
    : the given number about the 8am" instant, uinl( itiui: aid i is- not willing lobe less (iban the emanate-anJ eu'';icrijers! should instantly
    was tall, straight as an arrow, active as a their power, to preset I the Union.: And he j of nations. Tl.ere is every thing anion u*
    panther in his muttons with dark complexion then thy wheeled, eich to aim and fire when head ofthe tribe. answers by all means, tljtj! arc right." withdraw their names. A conspiracy exists (to produce thia condition, and the only oh! >tacle '

    and luxuriant jetty hair, with a severe, iron.. he cho e. AI the distance was great b.)tipauerj {lasher! than concede to the South what simple against our peace and tine fanatic is ready lo to it is in the dangerous enemies we nurse -
    like thst ) for some seconds-I'ing enough: Hirihe Florida Suar. lh2 .. anJ award execute Lis diabolical scheme I If such publications hearthstones."
    countenance, teemed never to have jus'ice' con' :iiution. equity to and feed at our own
    beholders hash' thir fiom to the \Vc lave been proiem>d by Cul. A. H. to be circulated
    to one are permitted
    1 -. > eye among
    : t\fn a sai! and ryes of intense vivid her, he is willing to seethe Union toni into
    Mack I other, and muk the striking contrast! betwixt Cole, of Florida, w ih a snnll barrt-l l of the us, the beginning ofthe end is at hand. Cat.
    wild and rolling, and piercing as the. a thousand fragrn-nfs. This is bold( at any DEATH BV SPONTANEOUS CoMnvsTroN.-
    point of a dagger. His strange advent in. them. The face of C -l. Morton was calm most beautiful specimen of S.tdr we ha e rate, and it strikes me, Ms LvJitnrs that when any sane mm doubt that among the countless The following extraordinary occurrence is related a -

    fcpirtd a thrill! ol' involuntary fear, and luanvp.2se.i' j and smiling, but the smile it boic bad a nvitt ever seen manufactured in I'ioriHa or elsewhere Sjiithern men go into i ilripsoiii'sand hysterics multitudes! now at the North mad on many in the Gazette des Tribnnaut : A few
    ) murderous meaning. On the the coming as il does diivrily Itom I the subjects, that there are thousands ready with
    unconsciously giasped the handles oi r contrary ujlh regard to the Union, and descant on its day ago, in a tavern near the Barrier do
    their sidearms.Vho countenance of l Smith was stern and pa: sio'i- iiianuHtotory. I It i am"st! entirely while, glories and blessings, w hen ih? Nashville Convention the torch anJ the dagger ? It is true. It 1'Eioile, a journeyman painter named Xavier r. '

    \ arc you. that thus presumes Jo in. lea as ever. A side view of his featiue* beautifully grained and perfectly ci v&talizcd.Wo ismfftitio.'ied, that it ouJ! be more can't be denied. There are conservative pipcis C we'l' known l"r his intemperate habits! .

    rude among jr3nileii n, without invitation !'*' might have been mistaken for a profile done think M will fully compare wi h the Ha- appropriate to direct their eloquent! appeals at the North. Some lh.it stand up h&dly while drinking with some comrades, laid! a wager -
    in cast-iron. The one, too, was dwesed in Vat: clayed Sugar This t-perimi'ii h said for u. The most able them ia the
    dcu.andeJ Col. Morton, ferociously, ess.tyin to thc Northern incendiary than ton hnCir broth among that he would eat a 1'ghted candle. His .
    the richest cloth the other in s-noke-tmted to be a fair one ol'Col. Cole's ei.ttre N. Y. Herald. It deserves the
    to row down the ttranger uiih! hi* eye. ; crop. er, lInt S-juth'Mti couervative() is draining sustaining bet was taken, and scarcely had le introduced '
    leather. IJjt: that made no difference in Texas Trieield per acre, of el aeres planted ii: hand tf Ihe South. But with feuch as Bench
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    The latter returned his t-Ure with com.pojid ., every neire, and nuking every honorable the Camicz candle into Fits mouth, when he ;
    then : for the heirs of ber ic were cane, has been an average of 1tJU Ibj. to and Brothers, let us cut the connexion. Peopi ,1r
    f : ; interest, anJ laid his long bony fingeion courage sacrifice tu presort that very iniii/n which : uttered a slight cry and fell powerless to the -
    ail considered the class of inferiors the acre, and can le increased tu 'JOOO( () lb. of the South ie and shake slum- _
    | ai off"thy
    his lip, as a fcig'i-but of what} the spccu. peeis Heccher? ami! his associates value less than ground. A buisln! flame was seen lo flicker
    embraced, none but cowards. Tin4 S'ig ir ivas minufactered with -a sniTiciei.t i hers and thy false security. The is
    tore could not i ** Who ere }un ? Sjcac! J or I will!] rut an 1'iesently two rifles exploded with Minnltaneous mill, driven by nrile power. It has been an purposes. upon .mis, l-rce and uncompromising, regardless to ofl-ir him assistance the bystandersvern -

    answer out of your he-art !" shouted Motion, jo-irs. Col. Morton gave a projigioui experii"iit:: nn.l: has resulted vejy Rucces: iully. The above sentiment of this Uev. hypocriteiiatiodousciwugli of a here or a hereafter, so he can ac- horror struck to find! that ho was burning inter;
    p bound upwards and dropped to the tMilh l The tact haul *,f ibainin i <; t the iron ruin. -
    almost disti acted with! rage by ihe cool, t-ymp but what sisany enlightened your nally. At the end of half an hovir his head.

    a e. Deaf) Smith stood etect, and immediately theS'i! arbas been improved, and pr.xluces a GADSDEN. '
    corp and the of his chest
    er.ee-ing caza heoihrr, who now lemovecjbit man lolhe i lolown! : an J ran rk me, it i isalresdj upper; part were reduced
    : finger from his lips, and :luiu il on the hilt began: to re-lojd his rule : and then, very bright Suir an I a dehcio.ic Kyrup.Col. ; the rallying of abolitionism. to charcoal. Two medical men were called,
    df his monstrous knife. having finished his brief task, he hastened away Cole's (.Jatattl ion i ik near I'alatki, anJin of the cry of IJR Who AV.c/7-..The Montreal Gazette tram- and recognized tint Xavier Imd fallen a victim .
    Speaking fugitives, :
    The into tlie aflj-'ceni; foic t.Tlnee t. the neighborhood of most excellent S-igar recovery says lates from L'Avenir, a Canadian paper, the to combustion. This confitgration -
    fiery Colontuen drew !his d.tgger: NM: even the constitution shall males meutijiitt. spontaneous) ,
    land which
    and v; ig in ::he act of advancing upon the I days afterward Deaf lien. Houston? ac.coinitMiiied cult ivatiau., we doubt not will soon bo in ,. Never while I breath, v.ill I hel,) any (following! extraordinary tory, with the remark of the human frame is frightfully rapid -
    Smith and
    granger, when tuvcral caught him and held by ten man; A of this official miscreant in his base errand of recapturing that the editors have since heard the lhiii.j i i3 in is progress ; botie, skin! ami muscle, arc
    I men, appeared; in Austin' and without fArther specimen Sugar imy be seen at
    bun back, remorjMnting : H fellow! man lur bondage." uliaked ill devoured, consumed and reduced to ashis.
    Let him alone Morton, for God'* $akc.Do I opposition;- removed the State pipers.) our KitaJiug R.ooin.-Geurgian (j'Ji ititt. what! becomes of the co'iMitution, I reply dead : A banJi'il < fchit on tho spot where victirrj -

    you not perceue that he U crazy I" The history of the hero ofthe foregoing anecdote Massachusetts; lir'bja.f., *o v. I 15n I < g?, w hit becomes of ( nd's constitution of hu- HPJIAV MONSTER.-Wo learn that a female fell!, is at! that lenuins.: "-LirerpoolJIercwjf.

    At that tiiomeni Ju.lge W'ebl., a man dfthrewd was one ofthe most exirnor.liiMiy, ever in bis vns.igc to the Mabstchuseiis, J--gMa-! inanity ? I put coastitutioi: against constilu- in the parisR of St. Timothy has just .
    intellect and %'est. He made hUadtent birth to an extraoaJinary child, whirb, Theory of Marriage. : :
    cuuiteou? manners, step.J known in the in lure, I transriiiiling i the Virginia resolutions on lion. (God's agiir.it man's. given

    J cd forward, atH addressed the intruder in a Texan at an early' period) and continued to toMde slavery, sa\s\ : A written constitution is thus openly repti. in grotesque horror, exceeds all that humanty !- There was a merry f fellow sopped xvlibpatq! ,

    xuost respccJftd manner : there until; his death, which htppenetf Tiic oj.i.iiu.i us to t the conslilnlionulity and dialed when jt comes in conflict with what has prtVluceJ in the way, of infant phenom two iliousan-l ye-t.s ago, snJ the conyersatM(?} .

    'My good fiiend, I presum* you have some two years ago ; but although) ho had propilety ol art esihi4 the future extension ot! the individual holds or professes to hold lobe i. The new born child has nothing human turned i"p m love an i the choice of wies.He .- _

    inaje a nmiake in the )house ; tliik i u a private many waim personal friends, no one could slavery, is as nearly unanimous, among the right. An.l' I repeat this already i is a rally- about il but the head and arms ; t the rest is said hun had learned from a very early '
    meeting where but racmbcib admitled. ascertain either-the land of his birth, or literally a toitoKe, the bark and belley cover crea'e.1 I male! I
    none rc ever people 0r sine fiee States, as that upon any othfi (abolitionism. God's holy word is jrad.tion ;fhat man wis: an> i ;-
    ." a sing'o gleam of his previous biography. impoitant propoMtiou whicli ran be uned.: shoved lug cry aside with as little ceremony as the ed with a hard shell, and the feet perfectly reKembling ma; e witb a duplicate! set of 1 ni'*?, and! pV r. ,

    The ftra'iger
    the words, but could nut faii to iiudeisiand, the laid his finger on his lip ; and if pressed more and that tucl a re tnctioa would be no invabion atrocious and destructive ? It uproots civil Like tIne tortoise, it car ptolrude and retract movement as a whee| and "ibat lie.became .,

    wild, deprecatory manner. His rigii lea urgently, his brow wreathed, and liu dirk eye : of the lights of any individual or Mate, society ;at one sweep. Whatever one man the feet within the shell and l articulates sotiid: m nequvuce ix> cxcessive.Iy inso'ent! ihit 'I-

    lures related and moving to u table in the seemed to shoot sparks of livid fire He but that it is necessary to arrest au aggression may think to bo? right, is better than line judgment which have noHhe slightest resc-mblance to Jupiter, indignant, spjit htcj in RO. Sines :

    centre of ihe Hall, where there wer materi- could write with sslonUhing correctness and upon the rights ofthe flee States which has ofthe whole.! It is to override, and supersede the cry of a new-born chil.i. We are even toW thai time each ruijs through the \rorid inquest '

    all and implerqctits for writing, he seized a I facility, considering his situation ; and although been in progivi for half century. The position and totally destroy all law, all consiitution that it can retract its head within the shell, un- lIthe oilier half. lithe original halves"meet

    pen and trucJ or line : I urn deaf." He denied the exquisite' pleasure and which Massachusetts has assumed upon all written compact. The wisdom till the top of it is level with the 6ioukfcrs.? they are a \vrv loving pnpe! ; f/therwiss -

    then held it up before the upc-clatons cs a foil priceless advantages of the sense of hearing thi* subject the believes to be impregnable, of ages is to be swept away. fly this doc.trh The parents, obeying the first sentiment oi they are suliject to a miserable scolding! peevi

    of natural apology for his own want of politelifU. nature had given him ample compensation, by and that carrying it out wo.ild do na wron to : ii murder, arson, rap, and the whole horror, and dreading the dis.greeabe'reputa.! i-h, and uncongenial matrimony. Tiie search t

    an eye q-j'ck' and far-seeing as an eagle's, any other fctate. Let her then, while! she will black! catalogue of crime, lo be vindicated lion whic.h this occurrence iniglit attach t ti, he said, was rendered difficult for the reason -

    J.idge; Webb toc k the paper, and wrote a an.! a b-jiell keen arid incredible as that of araien. obey the constitution ofthe United Slates and] and justified. Sometime?, Mbs. Editors, the their names, desiacd to desired to destroy tbi- one man alighted! upon-a half! that did not'beC i -

    4 i1UCion ; Dear sir, tvj! ou be M obliging Ho couM' discover objects moving observe all its guarantees i in, her 0j1ositiCin jitinful idea flits across my ininJ that men. iu prodigy immediately after its birth, hut having long to him, another did nepesgariljrlh ..

    w to itJbrm us, what is your busineu! with the miles away in the far.oflprairie, when others to the future extension oftUvery bcjeloluicauJ deed are incapable of self government. But consulted their priest, resigned themselves, and till the whole afTriir was thrown into ;

    j f resent ncctingr' roujd perceive nothing but earih and >ky : JTomotftMc. .iflt I hope | ahnoi} think I er t) geq this ihe child! received bap'h'm and ilkely| lo live. able con/uifoii.- ; 4.

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    l-ursIH Dowse Commercial RtvUte, Jan 1fO:; extravagant extravagant deposition, thnt, when' constructed semblance to each other. Just imagine Gen. to it, and ?o is the Administration, if its organ Washington Correspondence. iccc.ises! some. cnnfi'mtitnlt't'romttha, ; t ;fullo-,-'

    Ccsimnnication Between New York New 20 days will suffice to reach San Francis Taylor supported in the Senate by'Benton, : the Republic properly ire In connection with what wo have elsewhere iemarks, !a'elydelivered' in the \ In
    Orleans and San Francisco.raAnvAariric co from New Yok, and 10 days fioni. New Seward, Chase and Hale I It j< too humilU. represents i raid of he( Adminuttalion and Col. ..air Ifot.tora: t
    Orleans. tinge OGLETIIORPK.ljc [ Gen. Taylor is a Southern nun, and cannot {l{n! \ Y .-Mr. llullof l li3S, :; .
    AXD FlOCinA I'BMXfii- reasonably be supposed an of the home Be.nton, we call the attention clout readers t. I 1'cihap' trwhe Cul. ni nf-'lv .
    .
    For many of the farts referred to, I am enemy I Ito ::; : : ( + as "Met .
    LA HAIL 1IOAD4. much indebted to your valuable\ article of -------- of his birth, and the land of his residence.We .- a letter from Washington, published in the mate o: this !otnfer fief,' h\t 1M '

    ..!t' than Sin-Being unable to be prea- July. Yours, &c., jTlovtJmin fc SournaL do not believe that be is one. How, then, Baltimore Sun. The Sun and its correspondent > S.rtrJ; ')n1Y r'ieo'9.jplawft"J )
    gut. as on of the R. FAIRBANKS. ...... opposed t to a&nifeSUHi, a'lwrnthsg!
    delegates from Florid.: to Gr.o. I 9
    neutral
    ; -------- is the fact, (it seems clearly to be a fact.) to be occupy a position in politics ; if '
    the Memphis, convention but feeling the St. Augustine Oct. 10, 1849.Correspondent R. B. HILTON I &. C. E. DYKE indeed their bo :rate. TttIfec'Ixutnrize l lo;say:thatwas ,
    explained, that the whole course of his admin. general course not such to ., \ .u
    uronpeat interest in its de-lil/eratiuns, I take EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. a l e case. A.shortljmo since, Ir ceir '
    the liberty expressing to you the views en. e oj the Savannah Georgian. --.- -.-. ---_ :1/ ,_ istralion, where I the South and ,North are 'In expose them to charge of violating their professed a letter from don olthV ttdsi'res' ecti6temQ'
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    tcnained ky many of the citizens. of Florida" WASHINGTON, April 13, 1F30. 27 --- '-.--. conflict, in i in opposition to the South 1 The neutrality in behalf of Gen. Taylor.We in Missouri, isihich''he'itatpsi.i : .sn

    Oar interests, feejlnp and associations are The adjustment of the slavery question, dp. --Saturday-- ---,--April----.,, 1850. -. explanation, is, doubtless, this : Profoundly" emphasise a few \\ors a especially *' 'I remarked to .Colonel Benton, JJ.iQ.
    with the southern portion of the Union, and pends on the union of tho two bills for the ad. ------ -- ---- ----- -r--- ignorant, 8 he confessed himself.of politics: worthy the readers n attention: :. Liberty Jut surnmer, that I thought pf
    particularly we connected by a common mission of California and the establishment' of DEMOCRATIC MEETING AT pie of California (I do not recollect of fncii-! !:!!
    Interest, with tl!* |>eoplo! of your city and It'rritorial'eruments in Utah and New THE COUnT HOUSE he has left every thing in charge of his Cabi. Correspondence. of the Baltimore Sun. ding New Mexico, but probably'didwooltf
    State.The Mexico. If the South abandon this union of TODAY net. The ruling: spirits of that Cabinet, Clay. WASHINGTON, April 12, 185Q. form a Constitution and State Government,

    means of communication with the Pa- tho two hills, it is in vain to expect anythingin AT 2 1-2 O'CLOCK. ton and Ewing (for whom Crawford and Pres. Who produces delay and confusion now, and apply f') admission into the Union I a'
    ci6c aDd our new powttions in that the ofa and prevents California from being admitted Slale. He replied, promptly, 1 am opposed
    The admiiiis-
    quarter shape compromise. Id* THE of the f ton are no match,) are Northern men. Add
    deservedly excite much ;intercut, as n meas.ure tration of Gen. Taylor will then do their ul. Meeting Democrats tliM into the Union, but Thomas H. Benton and sir. There i! too much of a.colol.
    to the fact that the of the
    of treat public importance, particularly to most to prevent the passage: << of the Territorial of Tallahassee and Leon County great strength his Free Soil friends 1 He propounded today seated mass there, and it is not the reguhu!
    tho valley jibe Mississippi, aud its great Bill, and endeavor to bring; them in as States which called Administration is in the North, it being almost t nine new resolutions or instructions for the way of doing things."* \
    depot New Orleans. after the fashion of California.The was two weeks alone upon the North that it can rely for sup. committee, for no earthly purpose whatever

    I observe that the citizens of New OrleansSave President, it is needless to :assert, is in since, will come off this day at 2 port, and we may be able to comprehend why but to distract and divide, and thereby pro. c o Virginia Election came off last

    in a large public meeting, expressedtheir the arms of Northern politicians-men who o'clock P. l1.'he object is the Appointment an Administration, with a Southern man nominally duce delay. It is Thomas H. Benton who Thursday. Wo have, of course, yet received
    preference for the Tehuantepec route, care not one straw for this glorious Union su prevents the settlement of the question which no returns. Members of the Legislature!
    and In this preference I believe the poeple of they eke out their miserable existence as party of Delegates to the Democratic al its head, has adopted a policy so ins distracts the country, and it U proper that the were alone to be colen.Ye presume the

    Florida join. Indeed, viewed in its relationto t hacks, a little longer. Depend on it then, State Convention for the nomi- imical to the South. country should know the fact. The consider vole has been small, as judging from the ;.
    all other! mooted projects no morn efficient the President has not given his But we come to the article of the Republic, anon of Mr. Foote's resolution was postponed p
    argument would soeni requisite, than a bare crush the insurrection, and up the Secretaries purpose to nation of a Member ':of Congress, to in which Mr. Benton's positions are fully en. : for' the consideration/ of the deficiency bill ; i per little interest seemed to be felt.

    inspection ofthc map. would have objection to bring a shall: insurrection be voted for at the October Election.All dorsed : I I being evident that the discussion of tile. Dtn.ton's Correspondence of the N. Y. Eiprw .
    Of the four routes or classes of routes buncombe resolutions would
    pro about, so as to enable Gen. pro
    Taylor to occupy
    posed, the most! extensive, Whitney's, is exclukively flourish his broad sword over the rebellious s who feel interested in the success "CALIFOKMA.=The in instructions offered the whole day. KOUTHEBX BCVOLirriOXABY TACTICS.

    designed for the extension of north. States to the satisfaction of the Northern (an. of the party are invited to attend. by Mr. Benton for the proposed committee of This is an important era in tho history of Washington; April 14. .
    ern interests, and to operate directly to the increase I '. thirteen, suggest certain pregnant topics for our country, and the press ought and must doits The indications in the Senate being thai
    of pqpulation in, and extension of, a i atics.Tho plan of the Administration I as to admit reflection. I s et. difficult, indeed, to Tress duty. It( must (fearlessly expose those wbo, California New Mexico and Utah w.l.
    range of new States north of 36 and by I California by herself disconnected with Democratic State Convention. I gin good reasons connecting the admission in a moment of danger like Ihe present, dareto down in one bill, movements have been going

    means: of which formation: of new free Slates;, thing else-and then to let the South whistle any. We again urge upon our Democratic friends of f California with any legislation which may bully the Senate! -the majority of that body on here today and yesterday to kill such a.

    it is proposed progressively to build and extend f for all the rest. This they call saving the the importance of prompt action throughout require the assent of any other S'ate' to its -Into submission to their personal viewsand till, if a majority for it at any time should b

    the road to the Pacific. Even if not visionary South from I ho dil raco of the Wilmit Proviso the State, in behalf of the proposed Democratic completion--or with a question' of boundary likes and dislikes. Mr. Benton was found in the House, upon the CJI man pI".;
    or at present impracticable, the great ?1" As if the question were any longer about ef any other State. I is equally difficult! to ,: known some time ago to say of Mr. Calhoun" bat is by perpetually eying nay ing when
    length of time requisite for its completion, ] the Wilmot Proviso As lithe Wilmot Slate Convention. The object of I ho Convention assign good reasons fo connecting he admission I.that he (Calhoun) was proving himself guilty it comes up. Forty-two names, all the Frej.oilers .

    which its projectors and most sanguine friendsJo were not dead already. Gen. Taylor ho+t. is of course, known to he the nomination of California with any measure of less I. of' nil that he (Benton) charged upon him. r and others, have been shown me, who,
    not place at less than 15 years, and which ever has not killed it ; neither he nor the administration ofa Congressional Candidate. When dignity than the creation of a State-or ma. ,Well may the South now exclaim that Mr. It is said, are pledged to Clingnie-an
    few others would place at less than 25 to 50 had the moral courage to kill it ;; the immensee extent of territory to be traversed king the new Stale a party to any other than I Benton proves himself guilty of all that Mr. more can be got.t.l
    years, would, even viewed as a national but it is the President and his Cabinet that in the is the compacts of the Constitution ; or imposing (Calhoun charged him with," and the country Well l we are willing that the Free Soilers
    work, render the time of its completion too now prevent the settlement piths question by canvass: considered, no one any other compacts relating to her domain would reecho guilty !1" should make the effort, if they choose. And
    remote for the present and urgent necessities! I national compromise, not from statesmanlikeviews can doubt but that it is already lime for our than those which have been heretofore required When Mr. Benton spoke, on yesterday, there are some who will
    of commercial intercommunication, while its or means ; but from the sordid conviction candidate to be in the field. We hope that of the States named in Mr. Benton's in. I the whole army of Free Soilers, Preston King. people not cry itlhdrJrt

    almost exclusively sectional character and t that a little agitation may possibly the movement which is to bo commenced today structinns. Whether or not California should Wilrnot, Mann, of Massachusetts, and all the is successful. We think that Southern

    rr.ulrl'DuM, to the southern States, invest it 1 their political existence. Gen. Tayloris prolong in Tallahassee: will he followed be admitted a a Slate, is a question' that ought other fanatics, were in attendence, gulping in members should defeat the admission o Culubrnia I
    with little favor. a candidate for re-election. He believes, inhis rt up by to be decided, in our judgment, puiely upon its every word that fell from his lips, and although unless her admission is accompanied
    The middle routes from the and similar action in all the other counties. own merits. r. Denton repeated himself a dozen times,
    westerly folly, that his military fame still serves him 1 b iy something more satisfactory to the South
    south-westerly limits of the settled States ns in lieu of all other qualifications for the Presidency "One reason that we have heard assigned they took in every word, as if it were a new
    han have
    regards the length of time'! requisite for their and that the hero of Buena Vista"- LATER FROM EvnoPE.-The Steamship! for mixing up extrinsic matters with the ad. revelation. Seward, Chase and Hale, sank we any promise of If they will not. ,

    completion, and the immense outlay of capi. is invincible. in politics. He wishes the America has arrived from Liverpool. The mission of Cal ornia is, that (here will otherwise i into insignificance by the side of (fr. Benton, and the Free Soilers are sufficiently! foolish

    tal, are liable to the objections ergjesled as plo to long for a rational Government, pen and only news of any importance by her is in relation be a rebelious demonstration in the who !is at this moment, a better administraionman and mad to do it, we shall not weep over their
    to Whitney' project. not by giving it to them the House of Representatives that the Union than even Smith, of Connecticut. 'oily.
    to satisfy discon- to the great staple of( the Q.uth. Cot.
    The! practical operation of the various Kpe. tented. If the people had nothing to ask for, will he dissolved by culling the yean and nay, "And now a word on patriotism. Who :are -.
    tics ofcommunication and passage, within the i they could raise no clamor and would 'have no ton had advanced one-quarter to threeeightsofa to the prevention of all business. lithe Unioncan he disunioiiists now ? Are not Benton, Sew Water Cure JournaL

    last few years, has demonstrated, and is every issue to run upon. Th slavery question then penny, with lame: sales. be thus 'broken up. it is probably not worth and, Hale, Chase, and the Cabinet of Gen. We hardly know hu\v any of our readers
    day adding new proof of the following facts : must be kept open.-Congreu must be caving. If! it i is to be understoo that a mi. Taylor.against u ? Has not ihe South now a can better dollar than
    Frikt. That: uniformity of speed and suPeriority from doing anything, and charged with prevented GEN. iIERNANuiz.-13y: : : strange mistake, noriiy can arrest legislation, prevent the perfect right to distrust the sincerity of those spend a "by subscribingbr'The
    of comforts, can in a greater degree be incompetency by the administration! : we last week remarked lhatGen. Hernandez passage of a perfectly constitutional and un. who would divide the two bills of Mr. Doug Water Cure Journal, published by
    obtained by sea steamers: than rail.roads. the pressesuhde : objectional} measure, unless it is taken in connectional las Fowler & Wells, New York. Whether
    majestic grandeur of the\ laisser al- was one of the Taylor Electors in 1849.- 1"The
    This may be illustrated, by a comparison: of ler President, and his laisser faire Cabinet t Such of course is i not the fact. i I with some other measures-if this [ two Bills of Mr. Douglas here spoken hydropathists or not, they will find in this Jour.
    mail failures and detentions by railroad and to be exhibited newly invented phase of oligarchy is to prevail eal of valuable
    are to the public with prid of are for the admission of California and the a vast mass and instructive!
    steamer, between Charleston and New and exultation -there is an of our Government, or
    York, or any other parallel land and sea The new Champion of lie administration Peninsula and Tehuantepec Rail Roads. there might as well be an end of it, for it establishment of Territorial Governments fuNew r reading. And by attention to its teachings

    route. and of the Free.Soil party is Col. Thomas! II. An article will' be found in another column, would sink into! deserved contempt for its feebleness Mexico and Deseret without the Wilmot m the subject of cleanliness and bathing, t-e

    Second. That sea routes by steamers, are I Bcnton, of Missouri! -the candidate, of thf I taken from De Bow's Commercial Review, and insignificance."- WashingtonRepublic. Proviso. The purpose oldie North is to pass: will find signal benefit to health, and increase

    In a greater degree susceptible of increased J fanatics for the Presidency in 1552. It u on the subject ofa Rail Road across Florida, he bill to admit California, and then defeat of comfort. The same puLlshr issue the

    efficiency and improvement, than railroads; said that, should there be a rupture in the Cab a a link in the chain communication con. Religious Intelligence. he other ; and to apply either the Wilmot Phrenological Journal, at the same price--a
    for the obvious reason their being movea. m net, Mr. Benton will take of I
    charge the State publication which should be in the
    'bit and corrective, a-d on account of the Department: ; but be this as it may, there i is I I netting New York with the Pacific cols,. I t A Revival of Religion has been going ofin n Proviso, or the equally: effective I Executive bands of

    smallar proportionate amount of capital inverted not a Whig in Congress in whom General U from. the pen of lion G. R. Fairbanks, o .the Methodist Church in this city for the Proviso," to these territories and thus securetheir all the disciples of Phrenology.We .

    ' and free competition ; and, therefore, Taylor reposes more implicit! confidence thann St. Augustine" whose able} communicationsupon last ten days, and some thirty persons have: eventual adminission into the Union as republish the following notices of this

    likely to improve. as evidenced by experience, the renegade from ;Missouri. The fact i is, the subject of this Road and the interests I already united with the Church. An unusual Free States. Well may the South "distrst establishment, and extend to these gentlemen

    more rapid"IT.Third.. That capital is more readily Invested anything than thit distracts the Democraticand of Florida, entitle their author to the thanks of degree interest seems to be fell on the subject the sincerity of those who would divide (he our (thanks for their works :

    in sea routes, and can: unlike railroads, Without Whig having parties any is welcome governmental to Gn.'I'aylor principles. the people of the Staf. How ardently is it by all classes of our citizen". The Churchis two bills of Mr. Douglas.] places FOWLERS to visit AND in the WZLta.-One cly. which ol i U' at the t the mat sameiioiS curies

    go at once into practical operation ; and there >f his own, he yet hates. and dislikes those to be desired that some of the facilities of nightly crowded by a larjze, intelligent, and a proof of' \hat may by energy and persem-
    is less risk of unproJucth'eneu-bl"inl How to Sustain Democratic Papers. ante, i is the phI enualtgicat cabinet ol rflrssrs. Feats>
    ; moveable who are prominent in either He dis- communication and transportation which do
    party.- attentive congregation. The meeting has
    and Welts, iit the Clinton Hall Buildings, Nwri
    and like be directed the The Louisville Chronicle which
    can to a
    currency liked Calhoun piper
    on the one side, as much as so much for the development the resourcesof been conducted by the' Rev. Mr. Pratt, Pastor street. This establishment/ maj be considered a*ttt
    points where there is the greatest: demand : Clay and Webster on the other lie dislikes o deserves to be sustained about as richly as headquarters nf> the phrenoh gical and physiological
    while railroads are permanencies, and if unsuccessful Gen. Scott and has banished him from Wash other States, should he furnished to Flori.da. of the Methodist Society in this city, aided by any that we receive, answers this question af. propaganda of t this count ry,\here all! who are inter
    become a total loss. ington to New York, simply, because he is a We sincerely hope that our next Legis. the Rev. Mr. Stewart of Quincy' Rev. :Ir. sated in the Science of Human Life, a il is called,
    the
    ler following homely fashion : find / to suit their It
    I Ustes. cccupifi
    may something
    All of these reasons p';int to a preferencefor residential candidate ; in short, the more lature my make such amendments to the Gardner of the Gadsden Circuit, Rev. Mr. I h The and Democrats two large rooms ou the ground >f.n of the building,
    of
    the shortest railroad routes and steamersto unfit President Taylor feels himself to be furthe Chatter for the Road from St. Mary's to the Penny of Wakulla, ana* by the Rev. Dr. Nash leading influential one ot which i U;devoted to the eu of publia.
    each
    connect. The necessity of the pre1enldav office he fills, the more determine J i ii he to I Gulf! as induce the i county should take the lime and trouble tion and the other to the collection-ot ,
    in reference to in'ercommunication with keep others out of it. That is the extent ) corporators to proof of Methodist Protestant Church. We understand I.10 go around amongst the People! and urge and skullsanlwhatever else may illustrate I Ihe doctrine*
    ceed at once with the n' do that' it is intended them the and ol Spurzheim and Ccmbe. The student of
    the Pacific, requires such a route as will I his political generosity.But undertaking. e to protract the exercises impress upon importance duty Gal.
    find in the latter, besides
    afford the greatest" immediate advantages, General Taylor's policy of governmental not doubt that an)reasonable privileges wi I during a part: or the whole of next t i ?f taking a Democratic paper. If they do not of the wil ol. eminent men of all nation a large, many variety interesting .

    with the shortest dislance to be traversed.It non-action Washington: and agita- be granted to the m. That some change t in week> and perhaps longer. fully succeed upon one trial, in getting up a specimens in the department ofccmpiri-
    will not be denied that, for this list, they 1nout! try again and again, until I tireanatomytc.
    purpose lion in the States it doomed to be defeated' by the direction of the road might be made, whichwould
    ''hey do succeed The publications of this consist of I the Phre
    the Panama to and others Trhuaniepec which have routes been are su. he energy of Cass, Clay, Dickinson, Web- increase its advantages to the State, is, Vote i the Senate. This is the way to do it. They should not nological: Journal, a monthly hU91 magazine, \\bich circulates
    perior any prnposd liter, Whitcomb, Bright and who the
    Sturgeon thousand copies
    The is the in the Senate over twenty ;
    ; and the question arises, which of the two I are using every effort to unite the two Bills, we think, probable. But we hope that troth following vote enthe put it upon the poor and uninfluential to dothis. Cure Journal, which also has a circulation WltCr.safe
    is the most preferable 1 I and in this are powerfully assisted by Gen.i Ing of this sort will be attempted, unless !it Compromise Committee. Thirly-one i ia is t The leaders should do it. It is theirduty eighteen or twenty thousand copies and the Spirit

    The Panama route is familiar to all, and i is l oote. The two bills will bo united, and can be done without risk to the accomplishment I majority of the whole Senate, and the rot e"f to do it. When the rewards and honor of Channin the Age,. But:,weekly in addition paper,I orbs edited by Mr. W. Mi-H.

    admitted to be the shortest, and very likely no what is more, they will be made a test question. of the enterprise. Let us have the road indicates the final action of that body : party turn up, they are the men who g esro.t Fowler and \Wlls issue a large periodicals.number of books,
    them, and should be share the :
    they to
    snore expensive\ in proportion.The No single bill will the Senate willing mainly devoted to the subjects in which they are ,
    Tebuantepec route, is 135 miles i in matter in which (House it pass ,and no constructed, by all means, if foreign capitalist* YEAS-:Messrs Atchison, Badger, Bell, Bor- 'abors, a sw ell as the honors ufsuccess. If this pecially engaged Indee.w e see i crafted id aara t(
    length, and is as practicable, so far: as cost and in this policy rests the whole may originate and are willing to construct it. The route it is to and, Bright, Butler, Cass. Clay, Clemens, were done honesty and fdithftil'y' the Demo their late crculr they hive published-nearly
    safety security Dickinson, a\'iJ of.Mississippi, Dodge, of cratic would flourish and fifty pages within the last year.
    : Democratic
    construction is concerned take ,
    ih
    time of as that to of the South It better that a of secondary consideration.It t papers
    were Congress maier This immense ;
    ftnurisi
    establishment
    fovva Downs Foote Hunter Jones 'd wu
    ; King.; irinciples! would in proportion to the : hr'l
    Panama. adjourn without doing anything, than is malt r of mortification and shame to us grow begun a few years since upon nothing, and
    Mason Morton
    Mangum, Peaice Rusk. Sew "
    extenticn of the circulation oldie
    The advantage offered by the Tehuantc- papers. tins become, tnrcnsh the of its
    that the California (Bill enterprise managers
    : pass by itself. all, that Florida is almost the Slate i in Soule
    only IJsti'in, Spruance, Sturgeon, ', of the most extensive in ia
    Turney
    one its now
    pec route, to compensate for its incrruedlen And fur this reason it is that the We wish that our friends throughout' the (operations
    important the Union, that has not within its borders Underwood, Whitcomb, Ynlee-31. the city.-JVeto York Evening Post. '"
    tb, is the saving of sea distances from two Senators from Georgia, both of State would this plan. We fancy that it
    men acknowledged NAYS-Messrs.I Baldwin, Benton, Brad try Having recently vlitf,1 l I IheestabJihment of Fow
    each direction toils termini on the Gulf and talent and influence should some great work of this kind. lets and Wells, and noticed the unmistakable ,i n.ofprrperily *
    :; return bury t Chase, Clarke, Corwin, Davis, of Iass.DaJton m might result both to the advantage of (the par
    1 200 miles north of ,
    Panama
    Pacific, being ; the of Government. there exhibited, we cheerfully endor e
    to seat
    This saving in sea distance is estimated at early here is looked for Theirpresence The Administration, Colonel Benton, and Dodge, of Wisconsin. Douglas, Felch, ly, and to the furtherance of our individual a in.. ; the statement in the 'lorefioire aiticle. The proprietors
    eagerly by friends Greene, Hale, Hamlin, Miller, Norris, deserving of all the which hi*
    1,700 miles, in making the trip from New Orleans of conciliation California, Phelps lerests. We doubt not that our subscriptionlist are SUCCP
    and peace ; for the Senate, it attended their labors Boston Path
    Seward Shields indefatigable
    Smith Walker Webster ?
    to San Francisco; the distance! heir g ill but too clear-is the only conservative I will be seen from an article which we !. I;2. in Middle! Florida, might by (he effort, bf! finder.

    stated at 5,000 miles from New Orleans to Sat branch of this Government. publish below, taken from the Washington doubled in three months. And who can tell

    Francisco by way Panama,and as being only It is now doubtful which of the two Dema. Republic, that that paper, which is ) The following gentlemen constituted the what an improvement increased circulation! SLAVES ix CALIFORNIA.=The latches
    ) 3,300, by way Tehuantepec, ; and being Benton or Seward will be ihe generalyrecognized Committee :
    gogues;: leaderof Free Trader that be
    the would make in the The stimulous says slavery can
    of and to profitar
    from New York lo San Francisco, by of a organ Gen. Taylor paper
    way the Free Soil agitation of the North ; but it Mr. CLAY Chairman, and Mes
    Panama, 5,858 miles, and by way of Tehuan- is certain that the Administration wants the his Cabinet, comes out in support of Col. Ben- CASS, DICKINSON, BRIGHT, WEBSTER r.- effort-ihe interest and excilementwhichone bly employed in California. It adduces Ih

    tepee, only 4,744 miles-being a saving, by agitation to be kept up, in order to use it asa ton, in opposition to the entire South and to the : PHELPS, COOPER, MASON, feels in writing what is to be read by a following sentences :

    Tehuantepec of 1,100 miles. This immensedifrerencfl screen for its imbecility and recklessness. more patriotic portion of the North, that is, I to KING, DOWNS, MA GUI, BELL and large number-no one knows, nor will know A gentlemin from Adams county had two
    in the sea distances, other things b e. (Let the South stand united on this great question such Northern statesmen Cass, Webster, BERRIEN[ the others of the Committee. until it is tried, the effect which this might slaves with him there, and baring been truly
    log equal, would seem to be conclusive in fa. -there are enough Northern men to a successful, and secured as much of the pre.
    Tor of the Tebuantepec route. stand by her to pass the Compromise over the and Dickinson. Col. Benton's purpose, to I S. C. SENATOR. The Governor of South have in increasing the attractiveness of our cious dust as he wanted, he brought the sluts

    But by the construction, in connection with heads of the Administration. effect which he is ready to exhaust all his great Carolina has appointed Hon. F. H. Elmore, columns. Will not our friends-those who back with him. So well had they done fat.
    this Tehuantepec route, of a rail.road across The Galphin claim continues to absorb talents and indomitable energy, '-is to admit have assured us, (for which they have our him, flint he was offered"two hundred del/ait/ ;
    the Peninsualol Florida, a still greater saving public attention to an extraordinary degree, California forthwith, by herself and withou Senator to fill the 'acnncyoccasioned by the thanks,) of their satisfaction with our labors, a month for each of them If he would leave
    of sea distance would be made in the distancefrom and the examinations of the committee death of Mr. Calhoun.Mr. them behind. Thi he refused, a? he did not
    for do increase
    any arrangement a general settlement of something to our subscriptionlist
    New York. have already disclosed astounding facts. But wish: to leave his faithful slaves under the crj
    These two projects of constructing railroads the effort of the family organ of Gen. Tay. the matters at issue. He would thus consummate Calhoun as a Master. ? To him who will do nothing more, we of those who might not treat them as bs .

    acro the Isthmus Tehuantepec of lor (the Republic) to make Mr. Crawford the the Executive Proviso," as regards We know nothing more touching that the spay: that thou outs" would. "

    135 miles, and saving 1700 miles in the pas s. scapegoat of the Administration, by heaping' California, and at the tare time increase the death of Mr. Calhoun has called forth, than "c Gen. Parmenas Brisroe, the father cube
    >a e lo San Francisco, and across the Peninu1a all the guilt on him, and strewing chloride of of Senators from the Free Slates, before Senator Benton and California. f famous Briscoe Bill, of quo warranto againsj
    of Florida 135 miles, and saving 1,000( lime all his is majority the folo\\'ing extract, so simple j et so eloquent,
    on colleagues, not only ungenerous The the swindling Mississippi banks, ha gone to
    is following is taken from a late:
    made for the establishment
    miles in the passage to New YOlk and En- but unjust. 1 have no doubt in my any arrangement from the Louis'je Journal : (ltrac California with probably the largest slate
    rope, would (be achievments in the progress mind that Mr. Crowfurd communicated t thefact of Territorial Governments, "or ti its '* From the cabins ethos slaves at Fort Hil II number of the N. Y. Herald. force that has ever been taken there by ona 1 J. :

    of communications, worthy of the spirit of the that he WAS an Agent for the claim lot the adoption of any other measures which the interests a wail of woe will go up and rend the hea ens "It has just leaked out, that all the haste owner. His energy and enterprise wiI !

    age, and of consideration of the people of President, though:: the latter positively deniesit of the South and the repose of the when the news of his death is (here announced and hurry to rush in California a a Slate, doubt not, settle the question, and Brjl-
    New Orleans and the Memphis Con.nlion.Tbt'le Pre.ident,1'a'lor has no doubt, lost all re. country demand. On the other hand, the for be vas one of the most attentive without her sisters in tribulation, Now Mexico i. coo is but one of the large number of Mississippi
    connection: made, and you will see, collection of it, as he lost all recollection of Southern and affectionate of masters. That wni wi and Deseret, arises from the fact, that the i planters who intend to test the value of
    that New Orleans would become the great his pledges, and swears that not a man, has members of Congress, believing thai be worth more to his reputation thal any e u. speculators of all kinds in California, not t the slave labor in mining."
    renter of trade and commerce of a confine nt. been removed from office since the coming in (there arc abundant reasons for the unconditional logium that will be written or spoken by his hard working gold diggers: have bought up
    Without tho Tebuantepec route, New Orleans of his Administration except for cause. It is rejection of her present application for ardent admirers and friends. Such tibutecomes all the Mexican land claimes, and thnllh'se TnK REWARD FOIL DR. PARKMAS'S !>I;. !

    Is left far to the northward of the grntatrcamnrtrado the particular fault of men in high places to be admission, are resolved, at l least, to resist, 1J F )? unbidden from the lips, and ia an are.talion caimealo the extent of five hundred miions COVERY.- .The Boston Transcript of SaturdiJ ;
    and commerce tending towards the forgetful. means in their of of heart which cannot be are hold by men in and out : states, that on that ropen:rrg., Ir. I Robert G. :
    to onel
    P ci6c. Without the railroad across the We have of course all sorts of rumors about every power any proposition mistaken. gresi ; by newspaper editors, and persons employed Shaw, in behalf of the Parkman family, paid s'j jIr. ;
    admit
    Peninsula of Florida, the steamships connect. Cabinet changes, but the men {intimale t ih her which is not coupled with the adjustmcnt at Washington, high in the departments Ep'imirn'' LittlefieldJ'anitornf the Medical, i

    Ing between New York and Tebuantepec or Clayton and .1 the Senators from Delaware, t the of other questions.! They believe i OCrThe) Mariana. Whig says, "The ad. :list of whom I will try to send you College, the sum of 83000: ( being the. rewardoffered ;
    f Panama, will be compelled to leave her to.the Blue Hen's chickens-say that Mr. Crawford t that to admit her by herself would only.be to, vocales of the Nashville Convention are beginning soon. It is said that the Benton family are for the "d.tt-cton and con\lclol.ttl f.

    t northward. or l lose several hundred mile* ; will resign; and all the rest remain in stalu encourage the application of the same Executive to feel the bitter consequences of ill. interested to the extent of four or five miions, the perj-elrafors! of any! injury that may hare .
    while, with both tbet roads constructed (and quo. I should not wonder if tho Southern Proviso" other in these Mexican land titles, on the a. been done" Dr. George Parkman. Litllefie.a: !
    She Florida route U estimated at less than sprinkling in Gen. Taylor's Cabinet" were to Territory, and so, by advised counsels. And well they may. Repentance quin and Sacramento, comprising leagues of said, on the witness stand, at the Webster: tri.- !

    81,009,000.) .be becomes the great centralro1nt considered too great a concession to the South: the net session of Congress we should have deep repentance in "sackcloth and gold quartz rocks. This accounts for the al : "I never made any claim to Ibo reward; j jI

    of( the commerce of two oceans.It and Mr. Crawford, therefore replaced by a forced upon us two more Free States, thus ashes," suitably becomes the authors of I the anxiety to admit Colifornia at once, and alone, never s;rid I should, nnd I now say ,that J ;

    is a ma ni dent idea to dwell upon, that Northern man. We have had a min; in td the hurried into the Union. The reasonableness injury this movement is opus working out for in order that these doubtful titles, may be ha p. : never shall make, any such claim:' m i

    b 1 ? the construction; of 270 miles of rail.roa North: who styled himself a Northern man of the position of the South is not only admit the South" tized. This is the reason why certain noisy, .. II leave to thereat; ordeal of public opinion the! !
    )New York and San Francisco: are brought with Southern principle*:.-Gen. Taylor, with ted I all Southern Statesmen blustering members of Congress and t the this second Judas, who has received
    by We wonder if
    (even Mr. of that is
    of each other and New tithe talents that has by any part intendedfor cabinet of blood." We are of the opineal
    with!? 4300 miles not cue the al man, yet "Gulping" aro anxious to burry,up price rmr.
    Orran! within 3,000 miles ; thus cutting off) I astuteness enough to pass In the North for a Clay,) but is acquiesced in by Dickinson, our Whig Senator, Gen. Morlpn, or our the cakes in California, a they did the C ion that this:$:3000, aharpo the sttiprc-

    C'arly 10,000 miles of the voyage round Southern man with Northern' principles, and: Cass, Bright, and other Northern members Whig Representative, Mr, Cabell, If so, phin and Chickasaw cain) business" ious and recollections of IittIe6eld.-suern

    1 Cap Hern. And it 'will not be deemed an I the! j"oliical: career of both boar a strong re- of Congress. fr. Benton i i. 'deadly" 'l horfil,le I I how much T I This statement as r ,irda Col. Pento' (Georgian,



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    inortion
    1'b ( .t amo: to his death by congestion of the brain The Heeling in St. Johns (O. in New York on .the ISih of March P.r the Teacher \V ntet1. ... "i .

    I ]Jt i j.kpGUtO our readers; indeed it is RVITons.-Tle editor of the and stomach, produced by the babiUal use of Speaks for itself. We believe that old St. murder of Judge Parker." Another English ,tIl TF.ACHF.P'i\nted I to tale cbarje: of ttle'( n. .

    Vn to crrrj one who Ial.es an i trtorest inijjic S'ational ) ncf'r wonderfully. intoxicating drinks."-iVaf. Int. Johns conservative: as she is, and careful to taper has it that it is Dr. Webster, author L treville Ma tonic Academy JQlk ia tl1' A reasonable J

    : afftir*, hu EI..Go rmor' Crown, B and laulably] industrious of late j in extracting weigh weileveiy movement is fully united upon of the American diciionarr of the English : compensation \.iI1JJa given i to one of 'rprctodouahScation. :.
    from the tory papers of this quarter of UIion.l'frJ' Sugar Lands in Bsnton Florida. Fe particular! apply to f the
    thl County, t he q'icstion ofSout bern liEu ?
    CLnrt.ffr.ttUre in Congress from MiKiwIpni. ', i paiagrnph he find interest The meeting alngudg?, who is to tried for his life. Board of TrBitees.- .

    TT Administration with liarC discredit the; character Cf of the calculated to To the Editor of the Ancient City: on Monday evening was very large and en.hu'iastic. Exactly to tlI Point.-The Wilmington R. II. .C\LL. P,ct.T. ...
    ,abe present of lie
    'j people (
    &" In last I t I In view of this do r;. CARV. S-Ry-
    C S'Julb-and my t gave you some idea cube land unanimity we Commercial says : )1 r. Wallace, of S-ujlb .
    Uftd undue influence ibrougbin its ngentsCalifornia lives in calling bring the suspicion Nashville upon their mo- in Levy county. In parsing the Withlocou. not Cc disposed: to cast Cfn"url anJ are rather aiolina, in his Speech in the House cf Rep- WM. THOMPSON 'c .
    .
    Convention.We J. .
    ELIOT
    the State Government -
    in baring hud supposed that he would have shown ch"e in Benton coumy, we must' not fail to notice disposed to attribute the course of the \hi representatives ofthe. United States on the C. C. :tOO! '. .. '}

    conKitution formed, that at present exist* some decent regard to impartiality the Large Sti'phur' and Iron Spring not paper in .bil State to an i ignorance of public slavery question has the fvlo\\'ing. which isthe '1. P.E.t RY. .'" .J )
    by occasionally
    .
    ; admitted thai his over mile from the large }hammock have sentiment home. As we believe that the thee C.C.-FLBTCHES. '
    Mr. Brown charge from : we concluding paragraph. conta n .
    quoting the free-soil I ,
    "
    ,l. papers, 1eft Whig Js sound this AtriL2j.1; t& n v .
    ( 10 mile creek party on subject, so .v
    we of the
    : main, wa founded on the following some of the treasonable diatribes and bammok") and not more tru stale case in 1 f \words, and isexctly .
    tke unprovoked than two miles from the small the are obliged as a consequence to believe that to the Mbticoff
    one on : Notice !. IJbUcottJ.ALL ._ .
    insolences in "which
    of Gets.J7fley
    I they and pint .
    'g in the proclamation habitually the
    South Whig of this State do
    pawagf side of the River. From these Springs presses not represent "The tho people cubs South is afcobrvls.with .
    daily deal towards the people of the South ifil prsons-havjn the wishes
    i calling the Convention ; i to show that the : to the Chrystal River, a distance of 10 mies' sentiment or feeling ofthe Whig inarty. their own bands. To mike that destiny to call ,and ettle immediate. .81 f tiariber.. ;'
    were Press
    only
    ]least
    metbod here indicated attain what at there: are but one or two small p The eloquent I rebuke administered to glorious they have but to will it and, do their credit will be refuted. to those'who. fa'il { dn"-a.: -. .
    is still and faithful .
    TV all viz : a more perfect political pure, to the country ; and they tire not of sufficient size to attract attention the whig press by a prominent member of that duty. It is for the North, and not the South .' wit!. WILSON t" CO. .
    ,
    u fciircd by that its conductors can never be so far carried doubt found April 20,19SO. 15 ''. 'J '. .
    ( from tbe arty we not an echo in a to tremble the before I
    ni:1tion-i.i deemed the most .direct andpf4 Sugar planter. large at prospect us. st Utdhere

    r that can be adopted, and one fully author. away by their parlizanfcbip honesty and and patriotism party feeling. to, as to OnChrstal River (ihe most beautiful probe majority l liticil of his fellow citizens ofthe same po. with the Constitution'in.my hand, unapplied J. M. WILLI MS". .' ..
    suspi. sentiment. -
    wI* ** the courte ffautd by the' expose ably in Florida) there is land enough it is lid by the threats and .received. Schf.V..R. ..t
    j ised by cion, by abetting the movement, and aid. The, who addressed the denuncationswhich HAS just -per PetU.s. from. t
    preJidrnl, and by the Secretaries of Stale and' i ing tbe machinations, of a band of fanatics, for about four plantations. The land is simi speakers meeting h are daily fulminated here. can see ew Orleans, ..
    of
    lar in character, although thought not lo be of were opposite| politics, but harmonised in too plainly that ihese idle bravadoes and
    War of the United State, and u calculated and incendiaries-whose leaders at least all are mere Flour, Bacon Sides Shoulders Oae. : _
    avoid he inumerable cviU$ which must ne. are the the first quality with that of the coast lands tapir views upon the great question. Those designed to frighten us into submission. To Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, .. ...
    ja unquestionably paid inslrumtnt. of a ho have Florida i.
    counted on (1lowthe
    reiuk from any attempt at illegal 1 Jo. before described.The \ example these bravadoes I respond only in terms of For ule as 'low a* any oas else. .
    e MtrHy foreign pbwer ; or whose treasonable and River is formed / of her erratic Governor, will find they scorn and defiance. We ask that April 20. 1S50. 13 j I.' '
    istation. It u the fore hopt"d.it will by Lake of Springs, justice
    darring but the : !
    f&11c
    too
    proceeding are plainly, have .reckoned without their host, and that which ,
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    of Califor- it is wide and deep and but 8 miles the Constitution guaranties to
    of the
    tthe approbation people result of the secrtand influence long-a ni. I BRADFORD r J
    all-pervading
    mttt Florida will maintain her ,
    high through people a this be denied, then without the cost look.ing _
    and that all good citizens will unite in&TTyiug of British The editor the rolling pine country makes down to its or ,.:
    IIi& gold. o decided stand. A"firOHMV LT lA ?Ji
    it into execution." Intelgen. head, and in view of its Crystal its moS to consequences, I am in favor of resistance .
    but know that the Springs )
    cer, cannot -
    and that
    papers hope trust will settle Tallahassee Florida
    Congress .
    lakes and islands to at hazard and tothe ,
    your
    thil charge Thomas Butler King reDjfd its woods, its In. tyranny every
    evergreen
    To which edited in
    they quote, are most cases t this mailer fairly, and #
    ] that the I're.identand the Secretaries by Northern men. who are playing' into the dian and shell mounds, its high shell Islands but immediate honestly indications constitutionally onto Justso last extremity.. The people ofthe South "April. 20. 1S50. 15 ___i ::
    see no -
    War of the United States : at its mouth, ils harbor and its fish know their duty, and will do it. .
    and of .
    of State I hands of the abolitionists, by seeking to arraj'publc baj oysters long men believe they can safely play DR. M. S. THOMSON'S .
    Gen. could the and turtle, certainly is beautiful a A HOOSIEB was called the stand .
    not
    referred to by Riley mean opinion against the South' and paralize i with the fire brand without destroying them. upon away Anti-Billions, Anti-Mercurial
    .. and Secretaries of Slate and desirable place. There out west, testify to the character of another
    prtteit President I when its domestic institutions, and i are no planters they will do it-a determined altitude Vegetable Pills, "
    of the Uuited Stifles," but their upon ibis river. "el'el [Hoosier. was as follows. I .
    aDd .War pre. domestic safety, are daily threatened and its I
    I is essential FERRIFUGE
    on our jiart to our rights. Every I A superior to t'a101mel.bein Alter-
    ?
    wit lie late lYe,id. Polk and Between the Crystal and Homosassa rivers : How long have kowa Bill Bushwhack .
    foetttor to : iit equal rights under the constitution, are dare voice to us horn (he sentinels of our you XX alive Cathartic, DinreticStimulant.Emmena-
    Secretary Ducbanan, of the State Department, ringly encroached upon, and openly] violated distance of 0 miles-it is a Prairie, with the rights tied. firm."-Ancient City. 1"g ogue. Oiaphoretic,and Dt.rfr.ut.which propertiecin .

    and-cretar}' Marcy,oftLe War Department. We have waited to see whether the editor of; exception of one or two hammocks, one of Ever since he was born." combination make them useful in Fever Liver
    said the the Pananu which is owned by the State. is '' What is his general character ? Complaint*, Dyspepsia, Billiou and Nervous Diseases .
    he
    steamer the would a HIGH Lire. The startled
    Inasmuch, a Intelligencer quote, or have an I ques. country was a 1. ,curin? movr.and relieving acases which
    :} -in which be was a passenger, did not I comment to make, on such paragraphs ) tion if ibis prairie would not fine sua few months since, at the amount of prostitution Letter A, No. 1. 'JJove par a great an article to cleanse ii needed. If upon a fair trial

    arrive at San Francisco, ti the fourth of June, I. following, in which, not only the constitution a land and the most of it easily: brought under theft and other forms of crime, prevalent among way." the purchaser is not satified.the money (SO cents .

    the first conveyance carry to the people' -(which no where looks to the incorporation cultivation. the lower classes in New York City, as Would you believe him on oath 7"P er box) will be cheerfully refunded. The above .

    \1 of f California the intelligence of the inaugura. of negroes into the Union, a citizens ;) but The Homosassa is another Spring Rivera. set forth in the reports from the proper offi Yes-sir-ree. or off or any othet way. it!. will always be found NASH at the store& TAYLOR.of' ;l if.1.

    President and his cabinet in.timucb bout 10 miles long 'vide enough for steamboats the What, in your opinion, are his qualifications .
    lion of Taylor those who formed it, arc treated with equal cers.to City Council. In the Forest divorce Druggists.Tallihas, Florida.

    ai that steamer: did not stop at Monte. contempt, and openly and insolently derided. with rocky Inlands! shell Islands, bayous case, whirl was lately before the Pennsylvania lo good character. April 20, 1550. 15 4t'.5
    then stationed. cross : and salt rivers for He' the best shot of the prairies or in the
    Tell where Gen. Riley was Mr. Webster has proposed to expoit kll i inr enough a Legislative we have an exhibition ol ,
    lu&tmuch as his proclamation, in which he! the free in the United States, to Africa person residing upon it to lose his way even in moral rottenness in the upper crust" equal woods ; he can shave the eye.winker off a $20. Reward.. _-.-

    ales the language quoted' above is d.ited atMonterey t at the negroes public expense ; and has avowedhis the day time. It is nevertheless beautiful, and I to anything from the Five Points. The evidence wolf as 'far as a shooting iron will carT'a hal; R.NA'tVAY January 1:13: from:,a li the< l.h'l'ribf'r.sbout omplexioned' thefirst fellow of '
    hundred atid thirty rniles from a person would hardly be satisfied after a in.this he can drink a quart of grog any day, I ? negro
    ? -one willing to appropriate 5200,000,000, 'or ( cat shows a looseness of morals named PRINCE, about 20 yeas of are, about five
    Sin Francisco, the third of June ; and inasmuch any other sum' for that purpose. months exploration. I abounds in fish, and I i a want of delicacy, not lo say flagrant .chew tabacco like a hoss. feet S or 10 inches hnh. roiind facet!. remarkably

    A be, T. Butler King, did not see Gen Waving any doubts which may be entertained near it there are fine oysters, on its northern wickedness among those who move in the The ldmilislrtion.gentleman in this I beautilut! white"leeth, very larije feet and hand; I*

    Riley nor did he bold any communication of the constitutional power of Congress to banks there is land enough probably for threeor higher circles of the American metropolis. city. in a ItUcr to a published a nor. answering is slow in his a question.;.peechanddrawicut. No particular! hill marks"orI15vhC\about .

    'itb him till about the middle ofthat month. ostracise, or to banish an American citizen ; four Sugar plantations and on the South. I which Paris the great centre of fashionable: t ther paper, thus speaks cf. the administration hi is body by which he co' ld be recognized. It i i. ". t _

    To the assertion of Mr. T. Butler King. that t we would 'suggest for the consideration of the side the hammock is about 3 mils deep, and I sin, could not surpass. Dr. Webster's conviction :-[tras/j. Union. probable he may be "om wht're in the neighborhood .

    Mem Polk, Buchanan and Marcy, were the Senator from Massachusetts: whether it wouldnot extends to the Cheesowitslu r 'er, ((0 miles). ;another_ evidence that high life in. It is at once weak, m1lcou''contfmpti.! rble f Thanrw county, Georgia, he having been born in t
    Gen. the Some of these lands are rock, and this is madean and mischievous. said coisniy. The above reward will be paid for his ; '
    (
    Mrtiei referred to by Riley, later be more economical transport the slave stead of being a safe guard against crime, fur. al powers confinement in j jail, so that I can hid >
    two, on their, own tahalf; individually, and on holders themselves to foreign pat Thereare objec.ion to them, but although it may be nishes too-often'temptations: to its commission. for mischief which imbecility can ever possess. e gun.: any get -

    that of Ir. Polk, conjointly, offer a flat de only about 100,000 of these ; while th eSenator's more ifcul to Cultivaleyet crops of corn, These cases rurish Greely and other so. i Hardly any one here is so eccentric as to HENRY MASt!.

    1 i d. plan, contemplates the exportation potatoes, pumpkins and turnips, and the I cial reformers- fine subjects fur declamation,P apologise for or pretend to respect it. The Sopchoppy, Fla., April 13. t 950. 1-1 2m .

    So, up to this time, stood the matter. Bucbfre t several millions frec-negroes." patches of cane show that the rocks do not interfere and certainly shot that. society much needs I : present troubles growing out of the slavery! ,. _

    are now two gentlemen, of unquestion.' That is, this bright and original genius, with their gruuib. to "reformed. How much better it is to tJP I question are owing to the_criminal non-com-. Just Received,

    able \tracitj in this city, who were privy to would be for transporting Gen. Washington I, There are three plantations upon this river an hone man, in an humble station. .than to I mittalism and double-dealing of Taylor and I Per Schr. \V. R. P Ups 'from New Orleans,, ,

    the -who know the facts, Mr. Madison, John Hancock, and ill the but no sugar crop has yet been made. About be placed in that eminence which i is but the his advisers in regard to that questiol before c' I'BS- CLEAR SIDES, .

    tnd who are prepared to vouch for what I the V other sages and patriots of the terolutionwere 60 acres of c.ine has been planted this year, theatre tplendid sins to those who are not and after the election, more any otherone 4JVJ, 1000 lb!. Sugar Cured Canvassed. Ham w' t

    nj.' Their statement goes to prove that Mes. they now alive-to44 foreign parts ;" i in but it i is mostly I for seed I presume. furife by that moral firmness which the Gos. cause-perhaps more than to all other 10 5 btrreU' Mess Prime Pork" ,

    m. Buchanan, and Marcy are right, though) order to make room for their belters-or for I should: be,observed that vessels can find I only can prudjcc. causes combined." 5 K'imp "

    Mr. T. Builrr King may not still heron the free-negroet ; who form such worthy par anchorage off the mouths of these rivers, i [Ershine Miscellany.] =.H, __ _. _-:-.- : __ 10 ,' Extra Family Flour,. ; _
    We "i briefly, 'tor the vindication of the ticipations in the liberties fur which they: and there will be but little difficulty in getting i Cleanse the Blood to retain Health. 10 Rectified Whiskey. -

    truth history, present their statement in i a toiled, and the rights for which they bled,- the produce to market t if once mide. I ITtlc Excitement in the United States circuit r J i is a fact recognized by the ablest physicians of I Also in Store, .
    1 Chiaowiuka ka is another river Court. At the of the circuit t day that' Impure Blood is the cause ol most of 'hediseasfs
    cnndenbed shape, reserving irrefragable proof This editor, who was once a poet of some repute spring silling court yes SO Bales Ncrthern Hay,
    if fit should be questioned. but has now become a fanatic and incen. and is about 10 miles l long. Most of the land I lei day, a scene of much excitement occurred, t through the flesh veins is must heir be to.fresh Its and currents clearelse coursing) the; .. 10 BbU. Potatoes,

    I is, then, briefly this : The Steamer Pan. diary-is we are told-a man of peaceable: upon this river it is thought wi require drain I growing of the case Jackson vs. Clark sand ule-O will be diseaied. Sent forth from the heart 10 "a' Florida Siigjr '

    atna.on which Mr. T. Butler King was a pas- di po5iion, apparently mild temper, and of ing. The hammock: upon tends South, I'riscoe, in which a distinguished member by the exquisite arrangement of our nature, lo findS, 5 5 New OKI "PI.tp Orleans Brandy Syr 3p,,' I

    tender, put in at San Diego, on the 25th day shy retiring manners. so far a it has been surveyed, two miles. I IThe of the Washington Inr Mr. Henry May, was I freshened vitality on its breathing spot (tbe 5. Boxes Sperm Candles.

    (,fMay. Dispatches for Gen. Riley, at Monterey That he is Jet ., a bold sheep"-is sufficient. next twelve miles South of the Week counsel for the plaintif Qn the trial of this -if that it goes ever loaded fatal disease with impuritY, is sure, to and develop then BCKRY & ROWLE3. I

    were immediately sent on shore, and Iy shown by his venturing to publish such aiwoochee or spring C. R. are not much cause the jury : verdict for .iheplaintiff. re urn but to recourse itself CO:5lMPJO again charged:with fresh Auctioneers. and Commission Merchants-' "'

    .hey were expressed on to him forthwith, by paragraphs a the foregoing, which in the known, a no settlements were made betxveenthj '! I The court yesterday, (Judges Mor- disease and suffering. l\pril'20.15 15 It :

    M. O. Hagan, the then AlcadeofSan Diego. better days of the republic, and during the two, and there has been no survey. Immediately sell and Dunlop,) granted a new trial, stating Cleanse" but the fountain and the strlami run SPRING GOODS.THE .
    East of this is the t the verdict to be the law and the facts. pure says one of I the old writers.. thU(
    Tie ordinary' time in which the journey might period of the revolution-when Iav .buldprs Annuttilig d Hammock against ; nocombination remedial agents known et c subscribers are just opening their Sprin? ,

    performed is some thirty-eight' or f forty were considered entitled to some what more containing nearly 40 !squire miles ofHammock. Against this decision .Mr. May remonstrated has proved so elleclual as Dr. totheord which has been well and carea&Ityse-

    hours-the di ance being about 120 miel- ( respect than Iree-negroes, would have procured This might be termed in Florida 1, l in thd strongest terms; his words \yerp ordered HIGMLT CONCENTRATED STHCPOF SARS\P.\RILLA. lectedby an experienced hand, cor. i"tin/ of Staple '_' _
    afier but I notice it to be taken down I the clerk and he and Fancy Dry Goods, Hardware, qroc .".:Oils.,
    Gen. land
    Itht Riley). having 1 him a coat of tar and feathers, and up country 3! Sugar a by was This medicti" receives unsolicited, the sanction HoUuw.sare.Sti'n-

    dispatches' from Washington, had leisure perhaps" d portation"-to some region no part 01 this Hammock is over 10 miles from brought before the court on a charge of con oempt. f the most distinguished 'chemists, professors of t crY Paints, Furniture, and Glass.Clothing Crockery: &,c., &?.. :in short everything .

    *noit ''i to peruse his d "latchcl before issuing more suited to his black pnyensities, and un. barge navigation at the Rivers Cheesowitskaand ; t His expressions were real to }him, medicine, and physicians) in the country. needed by the planter and hs: family. A.

    hit proclamation; on : June. american feelings, that that, from which lIe Wcekaiwoochee, and neither river over which he amended to still stronger terms It cle.an. f the blood, eradicates all humors oftheakin.clisp.els great part of our stock is bought with cash we are/-

    I ii true the Panama did not touch at Monterey would have its white inbalilants driven, in or. 10 miles long. The court thereupon expelled him from the : I ii wonderfully constipation efficacious of the bowels in all.checks urinary dysentery obstructions enabled!. to give'good bnrmin Pieaie OR.MOND.Newport oil and seMcNAUGHT .*-
    t
    and it is equally true that Gen. Riley der to make room for his enlightened and The Hammock is well dotted around with further practice at this bar. This decision i is ant ny its highly alterative powers renovates April 13, 1S30. 14 .

    , did see Mr. T. B. King, nor did be bold any worthier colored Iriends and brethren. We permit claims, but the majority of ibose who much to be regretted, as Mr. May occupies the \ system, hnncirtR: it from impurity. ,,

    communication with him, till about the middle do not believe that either Garrison or Tappan, ; settled had no means to plant extensively with the front rank among- the memlaeroftbe legal and disease to perfect health. Read (the certificate at:. London Porter. 4.'

    of the mouth of June. have penned that rivals in and located there for the prospective value of: f profession and the loss of bis valuable companying each botle. .
    yet anything LEWIS AMES, and pints. just received and for
    This hurried statement of the transaction i. lence and embittered malignity, the ilU.,1, the land. Tbe balance, with the exception of services will be severely felt by the whole Sole Agents for&Talah H"fe. O" CASKS sale by quarts McNAUGHT & OR.MOND.New .

    meant to set all parties right.-Delta. paragraphs taken from the same article : borne few tracts purchased, has been located community. We learn that a number} of .the port April 11, ISou. 14 ,

    If we were rid of the hundred thou. IJ the State. j jurors, shortly afier, asked to be excused from MARRIED.
    wel )
    The Lords of the Loom. sand sl'e.holdcT. strikes us that the whole Many remark that the Annnitiligi, and 1 1Chocochata further services during the term. In this city on the 24th instantby the REv.George; Saratoga Water* I\

    The Richmond Whig touches up theM difficulty about slaves would at once be finally Country is as fine and as desirable Washington Republic April, 13. W. Pratt. Mr. JACOB L. GROWER, to Miss ARA. DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, j just .received : : .j

    Lords of tho Loom" in the Northern Slates disposed of and al the terrors disunion be I a any in the Slate, and if we think rich land BELL S. SPEIR, aU cf this place. )0 and lI.r( "nleb> : .;ff.Mc .

    thus quietly put to l If Mr. Webbter will only I a high rolling country and beautiful places forresidence ; The present of5ome New York Whir, u 4j' i At Ne\ port.on the 2Cd instan', hy the Reverend AUGHT. i. ORMOND--
    : .
    13, t 5) 11
    demonstrate the existence of any constitutional the di idcratll, i should certainly a Silver Curry Comb, to ) !()r, William Neil, Mr. DANIEL LADD 10 Miss, ELI Newport. April

    I The whole non-slave-holdmc States make I power in Congress to banish au American claim as much attention as any part with made through Gov. Scward, is mercilesslyridicuted I I ZCETJ A. OVERSTREET: all of Newport New :Books. .. .
    a regular business traducing their Southern citizen for life-and anybody do it which I arn acquainted.' ? by the pres We think it a highly .-
    brethren bribe sin rhve Yet can ci I In Sivannah, Ga., on the I ISh: iAtanl.by the Rev. rJF.elcI on of ,the Novels ot the day, t". ..
    holding : to -
    course he can-then we are for the exerciseofihat The Chocochata Hammock will not probably gift. !Old Whitey, the favur., A .'
    one of the articles produced the labor of I L. :lprOuiate. Etward Ne'uv41e,! Mr. TAT ALL DANIEL! to ether with manY. others, iuch as Bruce- .Lifa
    by Even before the claim much attention from Gen. Taylor was once nominatedfr I : i in Mexico
    power. Con. Sugar plantersalthough and Travf'14lIulOuoIJt's Travel Ramblef
    present Muss SUSAN ANN H dath'cr of Edward Foeman It.
    tLe
    a very ilavee, do Lucy owe the unrivaled gress adjournes, at once, we should have the .! the average distance from the Wee- Vice Pvresvlent, I,)certain enthusiastic. ; I EM..I.t Leon County' Florida.OBITUARY. Los Griagf tc.. for safe hy' '

    prorpcrily which they now enjoy. nut for the necessary)' appropriations mad-, and, if necessary kaiwoochee riser would not be upwards ol 15miles. Whigs', and we dn know that any bo*]Jy i = .:: ._ :. I- Me N L'GHT& OR-MOND.
    culture of
    where would' be
    cotton the -- -- --- --- Newport, \pri113, t 1S50. 14
    miions. have 'lo be now that it i is l
    , cf souls with which these States onr entire commercial a well as I ought surprised pn'posedto j I ,
    ? now naval marine pressed into the business of On the Weekaiwoochee River .there nrti provide hir: befitting t toilet. There is only Died; near this city, on the Sl bt instant, Mi,. and -
    have in Paintings Engravings -
    teeming They one ear, nearly la. all the in good I lands, but one point in the present of the Curry Comb,
    ; teen a half of bale. Their transporting 51u'choldtf: tbe Union i mo.tly unsurveyed. This h FRANCES JANE, wile of Albert S. Nims in the \ SMALL and Choice assortment for sate 1 bv ;
    is milun the prosperity that to Africa, or any other place which they may another .Spring" river rising in the high rolling I. : t that wil nut b easy to justify to .the good last 26th year of her age, leaving a husband, two liftchildren le A McrN \U-GHT! t ORMOND.Newport. .

    . of a Louisiana.dependent The upon Manufacturer cotton crop of, as Lowelis find more congenial to their tastes, before the country about 2 miles miles long and i' of Whig! gentility ; and that is, the idea j and many friends to mourr their ID**. April 13, l 1S'0. 14 '.

    , : next meeting in Congress. I emptj ing into the Gull. South <,f the \\' : suggested ad'ipting the horse a? a member :-- :: :==:-:: ----;: :_-::=:=:;=_: .
    of iu.1uf's much interested in the high or low price .It that is done, we will agree to say nevera I aiwoochee there are no rirh lands cel'.I', ol the government entitled lo the support of DAGUERREOTYPE-LIKENESSES S.F.BURI'TEY _

    nl any planter in Mississippi or Ala. word more about the Wilmot proviso ; we I Tampa Bay [30 mile] with the exception ol the faithful l, anJ] worthy of their compliment 1 1iTO'LD rerpectffcilly rail the attention of bi$

    Lama. His interest is a much bound up in will agree that all the new territories I one or two small hammocks, but i is a very desirable I and their tribute If such is not a result (fplacng'a P. L. PALMER. \, V friends and the public eeneralU to his lars
    , 11a1"or, a that of the man who owns 5haliJe at the head of ihis nation \.\/nLL continue his Daguerrean Rooms ar.dnll aborted stock of SPRING and SUMMER I %
    admitted without legislation place for.raisitig stock. My i man great / open I tenT .
    them. He does not is true, his any upon lstirate V djjs Ht. GOODS comprising every ariic t. both fancy and '
    i pay money ject j of lands adapted to ih.'u' culture !\ now ;proved himself to be incompe.
    his
    in Bent all of which
    (or the slave superintend his labor sell the tfla'erj. sugar t. Secure I the shadow: ere the substance staple,q-iu!lly sold in this market-
    proceed But be offers inducement or! his Whie men as Judge Shake of Mis. on County is 7: square miles unoccupied.- tent 10 fulfill its duties, \vlut else ts it ?--Pcnnsylcanian. N. R. He i isaNo prepared to PLUG INSERT perish.( ON receiving daily. '

    actual owner to do nil this. to sissippi, Judge (Jbeves of South Carolina, This with the amount in Levy County w.ii 1 PIVOT.. CU.SE. and EXTRACT. TEETH.OCJ March' IS. 1S,'>0._10_ .
    By holding out Gov. Tioop, and Judge Law of Georgia-are make 200 square miles. all\'e Bull S Pratorius' store, at t the
    inducements he him to add his old office of .the Axes &c. -
    to '
    prevails upon Turpentine ,
    denounced as disunionists, by this imbecileand I have not estimated in this the de.I .Mechanics in Congress. Senline t .
    lock of Elates. them the smal : April 27. IS '}. 16
    By making .
    also 1C
    more : supply of the aboye Axes; *
    scribbler. He I ached of the New ,
    hoary sees nothing wot- hammocks, nor any pine that A Washington correspondent AFRESH
    valuable, he renders their and 12 Ca-I Plo.exi points ; Sand ;
    difficult. By raising the emancipation price of the more com thy of notice, or requiring rebuke, in any thing I may be used profitably for this crop. I have i York Sun! gives lh.- following account of the Regular Meeting.ERB & Spear's Cut aid Wrought Kiiis.fcc.. &'. t

    ntodxiec which produces' he the publish d by the ''ree.sui and abolition incendiaries mentioned sugar, as I 'believe it wi be ihe ; reprejpntalives of one family in Congress: __'I.v 1'1 will be a Repnlar Meeting of Flo-] Received per'Epz Frof-Iinf-and: for sale by.
    ht
    tempts whose insolences s towards, and principle product of this secti( .m of country' Mr. Slanton, of Kentucky, a young man # R"yalrch Chapter, N o. I. this McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
    ewnrlo exact more work from the slave. lawless attacks on, the South, have compelledeven most of which is farther South than Ltke who in his boy days I have: ollen seen working t evvning, at the usual hour at the Masonic Newport, February 23. t 1850.. 7 ,. .
    .While KO much is wasted by the Hall. Companion* will fake notice, and .
    eloquence these time-honored and I George and a portion .below Lak Monroe. Alexandria trowel in hand, tho 5ideof o'er # It
    : Northern in those ttho' patriots sages of ii by themselves accordingly. Bv order of Ihe H. P. Cotton Plantation for Sale.T'lIEsuWnber .
    x&e press grow the Republic, to leave their retirement. and These lands arc a well adapted to COlon, hi still younger brother the distinguishedicpresentative JOHN B. TAYLOR, Secretary.
    t cotton, we venture to offers 'h.r sale his valuable PLAN
    .hou'i lie said something with regard to those who suggest. once more descend into the public arena, to Corn and Tobacco as any other far South. from Tennessee, made the first April 27, 1 15.10. 14Coyrt six' rniles and a half from

    .1 jufacture it. As long as the non.idave.holdingibtates man. defend the constitution, and if possible, pre The State owns most of these landi. speech yesterday in the House, and a capital i. Strayed or Stolen, Tallahassee on the Th'-niaiviile Road con utmg' *>t
    sere the Union. What is the best course to to document it was. The career of these 120 acres ot superior Cotton land-JJOOarresofyvh'.cl( ; !
    pursue ha\'p
    rich the product of slave lai : t I the subscriber the 23d i instant, .
    & on It
    grow upon them settled and i is full FRO are cleared. ant {he remaimki; in the wo d.J. baa
    >or, we think U little hard that the CALHOUN. to enhance the'ir.alue.. I two brothers encouragement to youthamon J I \ ordinary size biy HOR.E, about on it a comfortable Dwelling House, good Negro -

    lOftbc slaves! should. He the .burthen of their o"'ner% a. Sudden and propose lo consider this in a future commur Ii. us, who would aspire to improve their M / i eight years old/with a smalt.tt; spot on Honsjsrin! Home, Scro j, 3n,l irnrrov"mel1tJ., all
    appalling Death.-A cation. It to but tort-head his foretop) f on I hi* and it lh,
    iiuce. lithe youngman advantages. seems me yesterday ti0 ; ; ( new, will be jold a n reasonable termsas
    'traffic in human flesh'be dttls. named Charles Wilson, employed in the Yours respectfully, when covered with: mortar, they stood, a lint k tront fet ; a small knot,about the size of a hen egg; subscriber has: determined' (a eo to California. Fofinformation. '
    ialle-if slavery be what northern men repfewnt Coast Survey)' Office, died very suddenly on AN ACTUAL SKTTLER. in hand and trowel in the other. Today under hi* stomach ; white mark orj his neck or .enquire at this Office cr to the .ubkri.. ,
    : one I :
    it if the slaveholder shoulders caused by the collar in order, a flu .
    be the worst of ; good her on the Plantation.
    under the
    of fiends and of cut thro!'.-as we bear Thursday morning, following painful Fort Fanning, March, 1950. they stand covered will honor, heapedupon works kindly. A liberal rewaid will he given for ROBERT II. HALL

    vl.otu the North, then it cannot be righteous daily to crcumstance. He was marird on Wed. I them by !tho people Kentucky all I the delivery ofiaid Horse lo the subwriiber, and any Maych 1", 1<.-.. 10 .
    Little's received.
    'Ihanklully
    netday night 1lu. boarding house. Fiomthc Wakulta. Time Tennessee, abstruse questions of information ;
    crow out of the products of his eins. The I JOHN H.
    lkb Mr. Wilson went bed about '
    and Constitutional Law and RHODE.ApriI21IS Plow Iron .
    1 political ,
    o'coce The Seminole economy as -
    16
    thrive. ,
    ngeI iniquity surely cannot The t.
    Jews &found dead by his wife nel morning, Ida dexterously a either ever J! !handle, were warned neither to touch, taste nor when she attempted to wake him. Having The schr. Eagle, Capt. Hagan, which arrived in the way of the tiadeto which they were of Probate, AN ,."nitable for Plow, received per Schooner

    the accursed thing. 4TLe accursed taken 1 mixture AT Cf.\nutni, Abell.in/i/ for talc bi:1. _
    thing far the fut McNAUGHT.A.! ORMOND.Nrtort. '
    ,
    so at non-tlavejiolding States
    slating of opium and ether it was believed I 12th. The following extract of n letter froma we have fitting men in it lo make it BQ, 8 Washington County. S S, IS50. March 0, t 1S-10. 3 -- I
    are concerned is Southern ) .
    Let
    Cottop. them that this draught was the cause .of the matter of Sion Smih, Cu'rd 3n of Robert --- .
    from their
    many be
    reliable gathered history. IN '
    source, to a mercantile house in may: -
    arn, not meddle with Southern Cotton for death. On full of this dlatres-: J: Rnsj, minor hnr of KUM', deceased: 0.: M DAVIS .. '
    a investigation New Port has been furnished the petition of Stephen J Roche, and w. I a 1 .
    their _
    according to kindly ,
    own showing, a curio us : JmcIltL'Jnl I
    sing case by a.coroner's jury, they returned, Cot. FKEMONT.-Col. Fremont, one of the sectiriliM, praying taaf Sion Smith, GU3di ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, :: .'

    clings to it. Let them stop their teal; mia after bearing tbe testimony of four eminent Tampa, 12th April. Senators from rni.in a letter in answer a aflre aid"r3Y be required to give .new sectinrje l* taken i" h7a'abode-at TalUh *t _1'd witf':' :J i :
    their power looms ; le them : and in lieif ,. or in default lhefeofvtha u | said HAS in the Caurtsot' thu- fddle, *. .
    physicians a post mOltea examination, ". and to a gentleman} of Sin Francisco, dated December islltcr. _
    P all the Indians have
    Springfield and hut up Lowell ; and letj&.' the verdict Bowlegs suddenly Smith be"rttooledrorh< said GQ 'air'hiu: jfa I >.- and of Franklin and Jacks--n "ul\ties ,,. .
    following : oiheIbmg
    lord of the lom' no longer minister to left, and gone into ihe Big Cjprpu. TheU. 11, IS 19, inquiring, among /, pearinj I t&liealisfacion( '. CQ1r'fTat-i3id: '- Much. t. .SQ.g. ., .. '.., I
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    ,
    That the deceased S. Steamer Col. *, Ms-fFremonl'( *) political witws. says Snith.Gipr4ian.of.R.bert EBjis, heir < .
    Jofdi of the Sntj'! .' was a man Clay, u on t : Son ( o } '
    rate habits, and bad been for two ofntcmp. the 1st inst.for Carsloosahalchee and Marco' '! Lpre uine that i will be a sufficient answer : {,) Rust,*" de. resides beyond the tim its l Provision&c' ": -' .. .

    The tyrcding out of Church Ca.-ln the vious to his death, cocctantly under the influence pre- Rivers, lo endeavor to communicate with tll TI. to your first question, simply to state. of the the United SJate SUte of i.( 44 BARRELS ilESS P6fl /""" :: : .: .I, ''I

    Supreme of ardent and the Captain Casey Jem and "that by association, feeling, principle, and 6do.. Prime dol v \ .... ;;; 4
    Judicial Cur at Boston, on Friday spirits, on night pre. Bowlegs AHgator ; so that.nylice? .of said. p litiouui cannot be" terved L _
    to opinion u-as in the case Jonas ceding the morning of his death be were on board. At present we cannot forman 'education, J am thlro'gbl.'! a Democrat ; nudwithout ; upon him : 3 KeC: Leaf Lard't,. : -
    deli'ero mlnie.t. "entering dicu.siOI of t the H it therefore Ordered, Thai the said Sion Smith 2 half barrels Cranberries, ::4. -f '
    opinion jtfjjat the Indians
    delirium
    Farn\orth ed will !
    und v. Rev. Richard S. strong aymptons tremens and I a tl do. 1 hhd. clear side Bacon t : .
    Guardian aforesaiddo and raid .
    otorrs,for dander. The while in that stale, about 10 o'clock at P. S. Since questions' at issne between the two great partiee : a! appear answer I petitioners do. shoulder do. : .
    alleged slander wax night, writing, Capt. Booth, of the have than I adhere within four rotinths from 'the date oi I the 1 j
    .
    I be rndlo of 1 notice from the pulj.lt, aver he \\a married and retired to bed about 11 schooner Sprague has arrived horn C' a. ine\ I only further to say. first publication' |Jhia: order, or the.said prfition 10 bVls.Sr."Louis Flour. .

    "ng : rl. Farm worth had been eicomnjjmcmcd o'clock ; that', after he got in bed. ) e., Jiatcbee. Tim steamer Clay i here.rM 1 lo great principles of the Democratic party will he taken as confessed and Ibe prayer thereof 5 do. planting Potatoes .: ,_ J I
    J Tht t as they are understood this and the other Prowled, That of this order I Tijid. Sll* Snipr, "f
    co granted : a copy hr 1
    f. fcw; words with his wifo
    been
    r hiring s-iolated changed a t then bad out to look 'for the --y 1"
    jhc seventh I Interpreter Indiaur t side of the t outlncnt.An.Engls ." published once a week for four months in some newspaper ;o boshed! Petit Gulf CotJon Seed, .-. j _
    mms.0dneii!. The court held that, under fell a sleep, and was found dead in I his .bed on I und had returned without finding any i : i--- published within the Slate of Floridi.VASHIlfGTOr 10 barrels Rectified' Whl' P'. -. ; .
    the clnumfctances, The commwnicttioo ""I. Thursday morning about light ; and the jury Ir They were ashore at Marco River Signs" ; that **-j I Ibe.srut \ : T4BO, Just reC'.d.I"r chr. WR.. PtU;. and for sate! br 1

    rolsgt.d. helierc, from ,Jbe evidence, that t fU deceased : Ml there for ?1be Indjans paper Statesman says "VI l is Wtbftt tried Judgr of Prohilw Washington Ce ji>fy. MeNAUGHT k OR'fCJI. ,
    ) to
    ,rj J Ameriaq rJlu131, 1 HWt to3 I nvrnrf, Mr'h P, I IW), T
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    ft f AE1LITV-SECURITY PEftPElUITV.- I tgat- bBcrticIIicitt9 IC) iloti ian & 3founial.( Business; Carfcs, & I A ILn CJt1'I'flix: I4R.

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    $900,000. Middle Circuit of Florida Cotton Brokerage. I w.ch ew. Tnws.e4 liiiSar.rn ,
    EVERY SATURDAY EVENING.T I
    PUBLISHED
    den.rntmi.5 $5 C)
    FXCIXZ.
    GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURVIa flr.gt .tc. Th.
    I
    THE HTJTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. '4 c&ctcu4IL1' -_ BEERY & ROWLE3 dnctor. sad n.,,: w wsi wa. tnqj
    I y &
    K K M S : ,
    Chancery. .
    ,
    rot.s.cuiat aiC ii, fl..
    or >cw YORK-NO. 33 WALL aT., iki if in advance. IN addition to their business as Auctioneers and the Yei Uozm,. i. nfL,,
    Ward
    Isabella } THRTE DOLLRR per annum, paid Commission Merchants, will give their attention pnrpn.e of&laC cs.tz s ke t p. ri. ,

    Accumulated% Fund Nor Ut. 149, >'JO.- rc. f' Bill for Divorce THREE AND A HALF, if pai.l wiii.in six raontl.s. lo tl.e selling ot COTTON for planters and others 1.01) II Fn ;* .t .S bisi'. ,aait pc

    NET ?c :rcU invested in Bonds and Mori ajr* 91 EJard F. Ward. ) FOUR DOLLARS it not &aiJ untilthe end oftheyear who nay cot find it convenient to attend and wait aFvc.IXE OR'GLr4L CLT. Or. JiicnbTe ,,, .,baI 5W

    on re1 l estate in ibis citv mid l r ,oklyn, and htock* 1 ) TThaxiris been made to appear to the satisfaction of -Thee teins* will he rigidly; adhered to, and tin the arm al of the steamer." B< in2 always on I1nlt*. havirg mi t Utr Is 04 Iikes.q his Li caM!

    .>f the State and Citj of New-York and UIUIM3SIIC$ $ i the! Julze of this Com t, bv affidavit duly tiled no' will be discontinued u411 all arrearags are he spot, they will be ready to take any advantage of '\ and bit ioimturt seus, the ci of ar

    Gvtrumen1. Ju/' ani.tng th paper in this caielh3t thcsai EtixvA d >aiJ paper, unless at the option ot the publishers Sub.icribers the market that may ofler. frnt f
    Tbin fund i* rapidly; increasing by \isMy extended !-\ 'Vard, defendant! in the above I'illrridi- will be received for thr*.? months at One Samples may be left for exhibition. Charges nod-
    bu-iinws. .it this District, and beyond the limits of tie State
    and prospeicm on'.er f fr the aid returns made.
    )olbr-'ix mo.iths at SI .50. Every crate, prccapt
    dividend of profits cf fcf- of FUtfiJj and in the State of Alabama
    tIe Company declared a : with tf
    of this must be accompanied January 5, 1 I.5O. 52
    out cjualy
    v-two percent. on all existing policies en Ihe Slut It if htrely Ordtrcd, That the said defendant be paper of cur .
    he cash, unless the order comes through any
    January, 16 IS. required to appear andans\verthis fiiil of Complaint regularly authorized agents in the State.A LEWIS &. AMES '/
    ,
    Al Uis Profits are divi Jed among the Insured. AIIbin three month from Ibis date, and in default

    ri thereof the said Dill shall be taken pro confttfo UEALKE3IX
    p.iab1t in ct*.i annually,semiftfinuallv INTS
    The premiums are DVERTISCM
    the said defendant and the shall be
    against cau e
    iaterett added on the DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
    being
    ur quirteriy, ft forbearing at the r.e.xt Tenn of the Ciicuit Vill he inserted af the rate of 0ie: Dollar persqu e

    deferred pavtneuts. 1Jj ) Court, ii said County ofCadden, on the third *(un- twelve lines for the rtamifiIty cents for each Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ie., Window Glass
    lhi! Company secures -
    lie cas'.i principle adopted by in '\t Prodded That pi erti-'n. A reasonable deduction
    whoe benefit thc m.urances day May n* : publication sii1i4e'1ii.nt I in< P.ITER' BRf SHEf AJ(D COLORS,
    to the parties lor this Ordet be made tubli l-al nr.'ice, *, estate notice*, yearly -
    in some public ncx\-paper will b* madi on
    the a4vaMasr without Apothecaries' Ciluss Ware, Ac.n qv
    whole ol
    ejected the
    are r.--. >bed in this State once a seek for the penal ol nitices without alt-ration, by persons having
    mbjectin them to the heavy drawback of accuonUed JT &J *5: HEaboveconstar.tly on handand forsale at the *
    ? three months. Febniarx 1, lNV re;uiai accounts with the oincc.ll .
    premium note THOMAS BALTZELL, Lsde.A \ amouncem-nfs of canJi-lates for office, FIVE L lowest market prices. I

    l'er 03* tny flct iasarance on their OXTO Iivi sand GAY'S true c." rtv-Altrst, KH.LARSinvariably, in advance No attcntiin LEWIS & AMES. 1 # ,

    the livMof others A married w.'niencan 111- R. C. lf.-TER: Clerk. will be paid to any order for a'inouiiceinentunless Tallahassee November 20, IS47. 13 a

    *are the life of her hustiand, the beneni ufhicb EXTRACT OF CASCHALAGtU( February t4, l>50. 5 3m accompani with the ca. h.Ml .
    tMwret lav for the exclusive! U1 oT bcr,e l or SIMON TOW1.S. MAB1ANO D. PAPT .
    are by religious, mirriaze, and obittmy notices published -, \ -
    children. A CAMFOKXIA PLANT OF HVUEMii State of Florida. TOWLE &. PAPY
    Cler--tnenand all otherdependent upon salaries ijratuitou-ly ; but editorial notices for private OLD IR.) JACOB TOWNSEXD

    arcfnecially invitedto avail t hmd'' ol a rcs<*urce.vbereby >ICAlj VIKTUCS.A GADSDEX CIRCUIT COURT[ -IN CHANCERY. benefitv% ill be charged advertisements. Attorneys and Connsellors! at law, THE -niOINAJ. OtSCOVERSR o/ niB '

    their surv4ring fAmilie* nay be secured CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND Ct'RE FOR Durothay Scott, } formed an association for the Practice 'cnuiae Townsen'i Sarsap.irila.Rl !
    WORK. HAVING .
    Jram the evils uf penury. Fertr and if, Constimptivn, Coughs, Co'Jx, v. 'f Bill for Divorce. JOB will nttend the several Courts of the ..

    Pkflpttlel| $efIla1idtcil} > of the ;principles of Main- Jtijluencif. itfima. Bronchitis; Scrofula, (out, Reuben S->tt. ) We are well prepared to execute Job Worksuchas Middle Circuit of Florida and in the Ditric' Court 3..n known I r Tnwn l*ei.11'THnR\d .t m.i about Tit nrf'vein t1YFR5 of r anil 5.1k,1.f

    al Ufa Inrjrance, and Uustrtin ils advait4af; Rftt1flIliuI, 'rtiralfiij, I rysip-lat. Lumbago, IT appearing; to the satisfaction of the Court, by bills cards, blanks, pamphlet, &c., with neatness ofthe 11. S at Tallahissce. All business entrusted 5, .VCI.VK: OR 10 IX ?I. rOHTY\K.VH S-i 3-lMT Ai,

    with form* of tnjilicatioa, may be obtained al Ihe Paralyi. Pkusi.y. Janndirf, Jyfj>ef>*ia, Ca afiiJatit in tbiscau.e filed, that Reuben Scottthe and d<'.s|>airh. All woik of this de>ciiption, to their cue will receive prompt attention. t.J.1' Veiaty he ..c'.nipv.ed t.i itTni, .
    35V11 si. or of vi it* in this causereside !hr'.iid the jurisdiction having \earK accounts with I hirb in.ati is hi t..n li.pt office of the Coalmanx, any ZzveU'ss, Piles, Iy>,tnltrf,', JJrojny, Lirtr Crm- defendant ? except for p.-rsons 03-; Office the Cipitol. imtcribeit (a iho. nly who ii.iJ p/s\nl uj wunh. .a.41s l know,
    acat,. plain ts. Billions Coinplaniin, *Yti covi.ljfictiotn, ot IbU Court, and out ot the State of Flori.la : t the o1ke. mi-t; be ;vii 1 fur on 'It-livery. February 17, ls4X; 7 ,iue. 1 It hiJ me Beit ths *nn uf oixny. i' crhrli M

    TRUSTEES.DividC.. Cuianeoii* Jjwnftrt, Ftttrs in (irntrat, Hemcrhagn // is Ordered, That the said Reuben Scctt do appear, uin.o grotas wbu hitsl bii healed of tort d. r.ev ,aj

    Jo*. B. Collins. : Crlden, struclians Fluxrs, Iniiigrstum, Dtprartd lead, answer, 01 dennir to said Rill ol Complaint Select School for Young Ladies, MEDICAL NOTICE. (torn licalh, (ir-ict HEALING tuned iii rtre'trnce'!POWER.unit *ondrrful

    Win J- !Ulp.K. Alfrrd' Edward, and Dfftctire .Ij>j>etitcs, and all diseases Uiibiii: three inuiitbs. or said Rill I 1 will betaken pro QUIXCY.rplIE I Knowlnf many *mr* *1. ibid h*- h.ot. by hi. .lnit, ;

    H. MtCordv.Ff Wra. Bettd, originating in'oictlpatlon mnftsso aaaiu t said defendant, and that the caue Dr. Charles T. Darby ana eii>.ri Rte. levn-d itauc>e which w..u'il b* ,if i ilable
    Blunt, beet for luariits during the r.e\t Tt-rui ot the next seiefl of I his SCHOOL will commenceJ. ? njtanCiic to miok-nd when the meant wnol.l
    Joseph
    eI. S. Vimrton ot the IIowcU .t it -p ESPECTFULLYannounce* to the public in jrenIX niiheil to Win? il Into nmtersti notice. h.n IM
    G Pearuu < GadsdenCuuit in May next : .JnJ furljitr Ordtied Monday, June 10th. Havin( eiigazed an ac- in 5tiiiMi n
    1,. Vf. Faber, Iac eral that he has permintntly located himself in virtues would be k IOH na<\ apict4. Thu Um. bs coiu
    W IU.Wra. That thNOidcr be published in s-ome public comphshed and experienced Teacher lo take chart?* are fiinidied thli
    J.ba Yelrerton Henry IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It the niean :
    ,
    Monticello Florida
    and will be found! af all tim.
    s,
    tbi State week three this Senool afiords I *
    Mooie.Zehedec nexvspaper printi-din once a for of the Music Department, now OK.1A'l' -l'.VKQii.l.F.D FflFP.f K.1TIQ.Y
    Toeo. Sedzwtck, Cook g ves tone and viaor to the CijrosUve organs, raoaths. Februaiy 3, l'vl.THOMAS facility for \ojnsr Ladi( s to acquire a 5->und. unlfs rotessionally engaged. Strict attention will tnaniifienreii on i'ie> tr.t ae.; and M tinl!! fur (hmnjb
    5t cy li. CoHins, and is reinai kab'.c' for it*.liiiutafing, titi tnglhi ning, P.ALTZELL eveiy arid E iucation. be paid to all professional calls. jut the length and tirndia :( IBanti.. epec.Liys u u c>Ulil|
    Judge. accompiMied ,,
    Miller t thorough
    J<*hn H. Swift.J Jona 3.1 1519. IS tDcsiwi1Le[ : of o zeirt.Hi r 4err ir&t.nn.
    \Vtdi.vortfa. David A..Constock, and llf&torntitt Picpirttrs.Pubiulv I. FERGUSON, Jr., Solicitor. J. PHELPS. Priiicipil. May Uaiike yniine S. f T-ii.eWs.i: :mproTet with a. an4
    > admitted Ur. Townsend. Manufacturer ever th inei. but for 14* vtti r e uve it 11 prrpartd.nioc .
    PHELPS
    wy Mrs ,
    Atti-< )
    *
    Kobert Shtiv let, A true copy-
    S. SI CorR'U, G K O. W. UUTC1IINS ti&c prtitcipltt by a i'tf.t.ie a* Tht hieheit knowioli ./
    fJwir. UWilkiai.. Jtmes Chambers, of Townsend'* rsajiarilia, to t,e R. C. LESrr.R, Clcik.Fvbruarj Mi s HUBP.ARD, V Teachers. Cbeimttrr. anJ the Lu *i 4 t&.ivnet cf tf.e art. have all bwntroujti.

    John, '7. L. Praya, Joseph Tu k rman, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." P, l Ic.i: ). ;; Sin MkTOVLE, ) AUCTIONEER nut re>|iu% tti.3 i ::s* si-.nnf.rture of the (114 Hr1
    Mwe IL Grinnrll, Qaincy, March r0! 1. 1 L 2 1 lot Sarupar.lta. The#w p r. % P* t. it mi well known h> mwCn;
    Vhittescy. 'JS-: In corroboiaiion of the above, read the annexed State of Florida-Gadsdcn Circuit Court.IN T.ZLL. IIt.-IS.SEE FL.1. nen. rontams nmay me ,
    Chirl Ely Wm. J. Bunker, -vmtnunicdiio are inert JahnC Cruder E'UeneDutilh, ; !! as CHANCERY.nitl Cisterns on a New Plan.1)ERONS REFER TO ann: tt ii.r U'f. (rruiinetnurUuti., and eii which, n it-
    (oncIllsi1-e Tcsliman and I'roof Positive. junoDi Ut the r.unn. Jv.me ->f the properties of SurMpnnll
    IVaJter joy, Francj S Lat'-irop, for Injunction and lltlitf. wishing CISTERNS: placed on their Messrs. II. BOND, J. V.'. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON, tre 44l volatile that they er.t-rely evaporate and sre 'IOM ia Us,

    .1U.frL 1 PtU. J. O. Thatcher.D. moM TUB ;u4irKNcnnr. COMPANV. Greenu;> Arnold and Fiauct Arnold, J. Lots, in a cl.e.ip and durabla manner, can be accommodated I'. H. Fi.\fioT. J. Hooso.N and J. T. ARCHER. preparAtk, if they are n"i ifese1e4 by a tcicxtijt pnwiknuMD
    : FruMtnt.ABB Sir V t that, the initiator of the only to th'xe ericr.cett ,n tumnnufaciure .. |
    ; COLLINS, :- "u are await as ui | >l m. rr
    r*. on application to the vab-cribtr at March 10, ISl'J. 10
    I I had tnete vofaul*frntipiti. whieh Ity i>rf ut v.p..r. or a* xn eiCYia'ton.
    AT l\ Stcrttary.J05. tiratfenbrrg Company, inut.t ;are tny atieiitinn ; Reuben Scott, Aun'ui Flurry, William H. McMil-! UaiiibriJ e. His plan i is on* that h has giteri fatis- under hear are the very ittmfiul, meJuni frtpertta
    BU'XT C -jnrllor. caii-d to the( numeiou M*licines pretcuted to Ion, and Benjamin C. West.IT faction to all whu have adopted it-a certificate of J. L. SHIELDS, 21. D. J. 9. BOND, M. D. t whirh five Ui it t '. itvalue..

    J.\MS:' < n. GAMBLE, Aj't., Tallahassee.Jiaaary the public pat i crape. I hate watched with niuchi api!>* arina to the satisiaction of the Court that which will soon be published. liquid.Any p.r..e wtiich csn s rn-re f"r i.u tw,it root mifl they vt a iIs, en'n,5'

    1 D. I IS'iJ. 2-y i interest! the introduction of the Cunchalagua into uSon Scott, one ot thedefendaiits, rt",iiSfs vvitbmt W.'II. Tl' DEL. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND from any thine e.>e. th.i' e* OIi..rirg then train xi.t.r, lhl,tu IBiB1j tn, iiNt, ,t ,
    thiseou-rrv: .ourst-lt' and fie lo thai ? pJ
    ov am nofedtcine ,
    :
    .,
    aj I ibtf State, 3o the ordinary process of Ci.uit cannot March 30.) IV 13 >11 t* IiTiid. iweeMt wn -jr ruo. i--., xn.t ih.i c4H ii
    \ ifaiid o desetvedly hicli as yoir exttac' associated themselves together in the SAPAR.U.. .% EXTRACT ..TRCP.But .Titt iflflifl,
    him It ithtrrfcrt Jhcrtrdand HAVING
    GINS. Kctveu!
    COTTON : ; 'ti : artirlo kronn a, trieGKNULNE
    of thit invaluable pUnt. In i.i.y vtra fami'y I ha*'e Groceries Fruits &c. of Medicine, Surgery, &c..ofler their
    Ordtnd, That a heating ot the farts charged in the OLD DR. JACOB
    een UK exlraordin eiacat> ia the cure till] be bad the third ((3!) Mondax in May, at
    on received Schooner William U. Pettea from SARSAPAR1LL.X.
    JESSE II. WATSON firmed case of Hrotichitis. For all cornp.dints winch per count r'*.
    Quiney, Gadden County, at which time, said leIciidant JlJ New Orlean- Th < i ii 10 pref r.l. that all tfte tnrrt PrUII.T.. Bf the Sj.s.partl4 .
    require the prompt and thoinug!. purification >( the I L"in'v. Anzn: f II 1542. 31 r and t lr.id to or answer said Bill : S CI i be .f U c Mm'
    GIN MAXCFACTl'RES, blood. I &em joar CaucF4aowi far, very fur supfritr may apnear St Louis Flour, Rio to and alt Ike Sarsapantla of the _ind il furthtr (tidtrnf, Tiict a f py <>l this Ordft Tobacco, White leans, Thomas Jeff. Heir, vt nmln! i. ir.u r .s srcurrU in a |.ur nnd ninrrnrr.tri
    Palmyra, Lee Coun'y Georgia, any Jay, bf tniblished I in oie ol I the w.vsjjippr* published OineOil Oianses, form ; and th-n t: is rendered ir.pah.eof. )?*?'..snv of is rima&ie -
    ,
    and with ihtm ail Iai.t tctll
    icjvaiuted. ATTOII.N'EV! AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and he ,
    week lor three months Iea l. unz pr.riie rrepareiJ in ;hs wt\. it is made tt
    %: T.UtT) inform hi? friend and the public few- J. T. MARSHALL.ji in the Circuit cnce a at > Brazil Nut, Lemons, mini (i'r.eriI! Agent in me?
    rally that he continae* the above busings alti.old Ouincv, November 17, Isly.TIIO.MA.S Whiskey, Ittin, IITILL Piactce in the Ciiciil Court in each Cure of iiinmneraMc 41i5ea4e5.

    itaad. itM-ehe will be bippy wipp'.y'! therri BALTXELL Judge.A Gin, Curet Wine. County ot tli Midd.e Circ lit, and in the SuCnint Henc The tew a win w*near runiiiirnd.>i.i>n< 01 err k.

    with a fin rate article. As an evidence of the AS EXISEXT LAwvna is SORTHAMPTON, true c'ipv- \tt"=t, For s%le br preme and Uhitec' States District Court a In its f.iv..r by men, wointn. .od chUdren. XV find it duuig

    quality of his work, he would' state that oal of the :IssM u rETTS.NORTHt74PTON. H. C LETTER, Clerk Gallon Cr. Court. ALIT.ED F.:. HOC. TaI1i'l'ser. wonne CO.\'!>*C.VPTIO.V.in tbv cure of r 3SPrpaLS. nmi i.ivr.K. (

    him the >ar, v4 rme hu I. KK8GUSON, Jr., Monticello, January QO, IS- S. 23 P/-1l.\ r-l > 'O.iv-
    !*T; frjtntor sold by pst j Ffb 7. i'4. Much Hf>, 1 lcy 1 1Vatchcs It n 'dHFt .ir.qj.y &rRHH'I..1
    ; satisfaction fail 4 ?
    to jw'a'orf"f ?
    give piU-c
    Dear ir I have long wis.cl! to see }ouut(! I Ituight F : :
    erne, givethe nam ot any one whi h-4 o f \b, g'ne yon an accurate account' of the rcinaika- 9, l'.Vt.) 5 3tn Jewelry, &c.T CAS\WAY SMITH.] ['.V. S. DI&WORTH.M3T IMPURITY oi: THE'ELOOD!""

    CSiai i i* a eHe is I inteiding to enlarge hieabliSaeat <. ')\\f cure of my only daughter of a violent cae of -)44.rr-\4 i i I E 3-ib-cribers have jnf recei- >1 & D1LY/OHTH, It poiseoes a mArte !i.u>tfUcne) mati iir"ni| nn.inIVnri
    c nsi-terab'y this yea'. b> whlc'i tr.eans J.e will State of riorida-Gadstlea Circuit Court.IN Indigettun,. from .1i"hly if M: J-on-urA. Ir. m .
    scioiula. She is now ain ott three >p.*rso( aie. In L '.ed a i-oo-l supply of Goods, nnrqua circa*
    fit rdc-H whieh bst he wa* uu- ATTORNEYS AT LAW tion. de.rnntio; -f i.'noil' :n the head. vpiiiiit.. m ihe heart.
    eaable'1
    be tj ( year CHANCERY.: ,
    February last, pu'iid si es 'i' aWe to d .) tvitti rti.: if ptwible, *.oneri; ,r to anvevW mid* their appejiraiir*, wnd increa-cd with Mary Woodward, J Jr Ti-ln.13 Gui.J Lever U'atctir, MOXTICELLO, FLORIDA. his not its eiti., m Colds i n' d Guvii ; Ai.it pri.iu.nr> r ,tpreUipttinn

    ( manufacture $ iflSm'hwei'ti'rnGeoijjia. Helhink I htful >f bet also be' Bill for Divorce. ll'inlinir I i Silver LV.Vrj ,Lii< entU prrs .iritmn relating lUic.ar u/ &
    :tn rapidity; one t eye ante bo '. > ; Job 7 1S43. 27. .
    r' envies tma to ti.e! a lung*, thrust and every thr prt
    that evenye batt'eTafHle.Cein e\pi-4-ience badly ulci-ratcd, that :'n all appearance it rtnilil nevrrazain JjHi.": J. Wo"iUvaid ) I/Apien and plain W,,(tche5, Bum in roih'n i. a. etc.! >-nc<> .ore m-inuesUy sell iidie

    little be restored. Tins continued lot fix \\wks, a-pnring; ; to the -itisficlinB of the Court, hjaffid Chains, Seal',and Keq.I'racelet4 kAU.ICd4ttd than i.iill k ndi st t >!:i>e- --f
    determinedtnatntne E. MAXWELL
    wi'hal A.
    a praciica'.oechinic ihechiiii being a ra<*t horrible siiht,and the hearts IT ivit in this rails; filed, that Jaires J- Wood.va'fi KOMIII Pins, Ilinoi, Earrings, FEMALE CO1PLIXTS.It .

    but Gina o *he vr'v flr4 claw shall be manufactured ot her pireati" alraoci broken. Dating the whole in his hi Qhefeels a einVarrantin the'n Safp'tsttd. "t Patnfitl Jlma.lrrtft.trt'.y
    atisfartton (4! the purchaser. He ;ts i eriod we used SARSAPARILLA IN LARGE ;/iri-dicti ion of this Court, ainl out of the State ol (!r !bt l Pen and Pencil fas .s, \T 7ILLattcndall the Courts of the Middle Circuit. of f' e meixtnml perimia mil the uke ; anti..o u eliaciiulla
    in operate to lh<- # QUANTITIES, but ( he disease was not airealrd in .'*l ltrIa; : K is Ordi-rnl. That the said James J. Gold Pens in Silver Cases, V curio ail :t&s f-intu "f A''v r>U'ajn.By .
    T:ill (1 'liver Them tree of charge to purchasers at 1 %'r OrVe over S. F. Curney's Store. reuiK.in* <>I2tULI..I ii4. .."n.i te n th. 'u.ttsi! irIrm. >
    ; tipj s
    tttslea>l. While tiifdia e was still at its height Woodwind to appear. |ple>! ul l, aniwer. Ittatinu.AU T.shIaiiasiee, Oii.27 iSJV) 42 it cve. i..ie: &J ::enh w ihi whoii body anil thai
    their his A' nts I happened one day to call at the store of your ey Ijillot,I I Complaint within I I three months! or said Marble Clocks, : cnick all t-rnu ,,rAenon
    "made with trarelltng ,
    ea; z ments fhall be zentleoanly a enl in thn place, and rotating the Bill will be taken ;/>o eonffsf) aganst; siid li-fen- Plated Castoi*. Spoons and Forks, S. S. KNIGHT di easrn anil debility,

    ot crder to Jhe Proprietor at Palmyra, manner in which our cluld wa bfHi-tcd, he advised daft, and t fl-c f-a-i e ei for Ifarin; at the next Term Sells of Waiter, &c. &c. sii4 m"is pre..n i'r tiI.PV I .t g-r v r.n t4 oia.r msIdie

    jirapt1y attended i properly to.1Reiait done in the roost durable me to make a trial ol v>or Cjrir'iala' ua. I took but of tl-o)! Court ii May icxf.at Qninc> : .7n-! ii isfurlttr TOWLU 3i; 3IYCRS.MarcbJ23 \\VIiaIcsile! i Rclail! Grocer i Provision Dealer! u EfHeptte ffimji Fit*irritu.*. t.irai**. Xeuir.aI,,. .. ,.c., St. Kitaj haute 3xrit

    fiag ine b>crne SViO. 11 TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA.T. II cenc-'e1 the b'ixi.i t MI:,. the liver- henlihv *rina. tncIks

    Kiancr.: << & it tiocoidin to your firetsonP.! btJpung! | ) public piued( in this State once a week ,tbiinaeb ar.t inTes ;i oJ deiLon. reii:,.v*] the hnnren n|
    i is alsa Affit fir th. Me of Chs'mifl.ti.1U'i n n>"vsi upci ( } tteJ ,,, ,,, ., ,,trilie,
    !3' (Je all ot'it-r inf.Urines at once, and in jufi five tifls the for I three* tnon!hs.QJ I3uggys : Buggy3 I "Er.PScon tanty! nn hand.andogVrs forsaleat a torpor cui'uwiin.; siie ftn zi. teequalues rjiiiquillyaii
    & Co.V CAST IRON HOa sinai! advance rorca3hall the
    cost stand-
    on ,
    and Florid a.-elling visibly decreased, the olrer! btgan to heal, Februaiv, I1-/). received at my Carriage Repository, over iho bixlv. and me tiieesbs .rjiir.Los; tinvinraie
    GAU M T.W in Sirithweitlern Ge-vjia iitl stie! imiiroved rapidly for three wcc1s, arid to our THOM \S BALTZELL, JnJgp. ,JUST'> BU's wth; tors, jrU artic!*** in his Hue. Flours of approved qual- ;a!, &i seirIurts nsd tigPitnrso. rerno.s *0 ,,bmreciiufts, !i4

    ConUarti can be ta 4e with my Tr&vilin; Ag-nls zrcat 'joy was appnentlyiird-lfs than two Attest rie3-Sugar-?, Colfees.! Tea, Bacon, Ikms, Pork, tb* entire cervnu s\stmu U not thi* then
    ver> A true c *nv 10 \vithftit f.
    Any infannition wanted with re/ard to the c'v-i and j'S Candles, Lard and all similar articles together Tbe medicine you pre-eniafnilj need !
    this
    enu-wH.
    S-ittl*** having b Naming case to rome R. C. LIXTF.R, Clerk. 1 Rockaway, i sr it*, oap
    of ths- miiis, can be uHtainpd by addresK- B..t can "V thn. b iul uf S. I'. T.w'ns wfffior
    operation wi'h FruiH, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts, of tncr''d'il' friend-',thr-y iJ 'emcd to think thai 5 Sm
    our IfeSO.
    ti all
    Febiuarv secoiid-l.and C .
    1 :>rr ,
    i T
    Pilnnra L oC jnt Go.>r ia.Jlircb > art.f < 1h:' T"one i mn' Immtt i- ut m ie
    lag as at >, Raisin-f-'i.'s i Almond* and allothec arttcle
    ''ie c-sre m'i-t have been effected bj the use of the >Uiually
    3 which will be sold on the best of terms. COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S,
    12
    0,1 S' J. 1) found i ia surtlar! establishment.
    I RSAPAUILLA, and it was not easv, under the In Chancery. Also, on hand Saddles, fit'idi-!J.>>iMe and -ii,1e i bttxuift nne OK J AND FACT, that the SHiV i* IM.APAEU
    against that BUT Stoie ni>\ door above G. II. Meginr.iss'.ca Ivlon- bf liL'l EIUKATU>.N, it-id
    ti-sqtancea to
    opinion
    Tax Collector's Sale. arcnr : CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY FL. ., Harness, and every varictv of Grinds and Wares usu- NEVER SPOILS
    N J'.V FOR THE PROOF When thprlnld} roe street. ,
    at.pearA all found! in a Saddlery Establishment and all kinds
    the vested in bv law I MAY TrnM, 1SW. > ; 's.F'. 17 while Jfi. other DDK.-) : *a. rtig. fermenting, and K.*nf tb.Wea
    of lyGS9.
    BY Jrtae authority rue to be perfectly cured, we stopped jii< ing lici our of work done at the shortest notice, &c. Aprils c.Mcmg it intoOuiiiirnu ; the hare leif>! n-ion. aid will c ."i' (for sale, be- evtracl, supposing all was safe ; but in twentyfivethe Julia Thi tlel liv her next friend, Hiram "j I). E. HULL. dm jr. antI dmuc.nc other smiiis : Must no. thi,, horr.iil cam

    <. r the Cuutt Hoiue dn us lo tne svit ni1 **' Moniav in June next, the f.-ilioA-in; de ciibed lands, Wo waited five t ryltem airtaJy t.jcattd tcil.'i acid What isuirs Ii-pepi.) { *bat
    *"linz! begin to return. days to r
    Wholesaled Retail !Grocery iProrision! Dealer! acid ? IH> wr noi .til know lha: Hhrn food u IM In uur si>naaths. -
    erf9 nri-h thereof ai will satisfy the Taxes due see if it would amount to any thins serious. It increased I.. Tl-tle ) Claret Wine.A whtt nibchleh i: prtxlurM ? tlitn>-nce. henrtliurn. pa.pr

    tl.ereon for th* %ear 119, to wit : rapidly a* before. UV aiiii comnienrerf.rivinj "T"ROOF li ,vin;: )L.:n m.i.that! IIrzekiai! 1.. Tlii TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA tat-on of ti, he.ifl. liver couipih n. Omrrb'Bi. dy..eitesy. trie

    Tht KC 4 SA: ll.T 1 n >, N and l E ; theS W I her your medii'ine, and in five days, (tli<- same I t tie r4i itrrofui'tar hiim..r'but an whnJ J
    and lor sale pn
    ScCTlU 7, N and belonging to George A.Mclaiyre. period of time MS bfor.she) bojian to grow iiettcr, upon Riotion ot S. II M.illory, Ij-q C<.m- by iV lowest cash price, for cash, all the article in bone OQ Krnpu. n of the San; A-a'd: Head. ?nlt Kheiinv Frtternnl -

    and in about two weeks was well again. From that ph ,,naftt'4 i'lif-itor, that? a licaringiif the facts charged McNAUGlir &. ORMOND. this line at bu ines*. Flours of best qualities ar, ql.Ieq. Whie 5. I pef .,.re,. 4Ul: nfl OCVIIIAaI Ir

    JOflN II PATTERSON, day to this the child iias heei per(.-c'l> well. in the Cuii'pUi nist's Hill be had ; and that a Newport, April 13: l'.i. 14 CoKcp, Tca, itacoT ham ,, Soap,Candles[ Nuts, Rai and. vT'.ernal uhicn suilr? It. *n nn: an nl' .M Hsstoticce.

    Tit Collector for Madmnn County. MV father, Isi f II4.t'3. jf North Adorns, Mass., notice thereof f b pu'ili-lK! il in I i -oir.e public nev\ paper -iim. Lard, \Vhijey.! and all other articles o u.ulylouiul both imtre t>r esi. tt"hnt etiis-r KhriiinHiKiu bni a Jim IS

    December 5. I119. 47 -n t PUV>ICIAN.ci'nto M eus with the itItfnion o of I tbt>Slate foi 1 lie<;ii'icoj'fourii* >all>'. at least. CoPartnership.f in similar tablishcient All ftrsons wantin ; acid fluid wbicft iimnuste* itvfif Ixlneen tiej"'nl .,ndiI*
    IE subscribers havinsr <.ooriiil tlicm-wlreto- of the above article where, irnt tme 'in.J initillthe ilrluaie t..ues IIp..W w cJ
    a
    |irptrribii c for hi-r. but n we vere Uains jour mod- JOSEPH n. I.ANCIVTCR. \ : to purchase any *, are res- j it acts'1 Si ot nertous disease, of inipanty of th* t>lw>4 "tdemnjrrd
    Tax Collector's Sale -ici lee with ntircec*, md thi* C.i Id I iiripKivio lapidU', Juil.'e' Suttthrrn Circuit. uHher in the APOFHECAIIY LINE t ni! Ins luiiuenu Wfli.P iO"

    vutoe of the autb'uiiv! vpl B fully s..In it the $the cit L. &, II. New i it nut oornb'e to mike and*eI1. and sjUa. 5
    ) pdtron.igeof ii.ens ?t-re formerly occupied by Greenberg
    have If vied' upn-i, a.id will 4xe for ale, before toti IIel l in cans votir !C\tract failed U'e had no gene ( ; louse this
    the Court i lIfrie daor, in Madiionon the first occa ion for it, and I am mire he nill now recorn- Gadsden Circuit Court. nil} They have ordted, and are cxjtu-tiii injalew fc Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets. SOcUt.'.U, FEPAIEN1TNG. ACID COMPOUND

    MO\D\Y I-i JUN'i-;: ifvt. the f.llowh described mend your medicine in similar cases.Vwur Isaac Fcr uv.m, Jr., Ai'arhmeut. days a general assortment cf MEIJIt'INES&c.tf .L'I' lS-t'-9.__ ITo j Or S. P. TOWNSEND.
    obedient w-ivanl ( the best quality.! They intend to sell none but and vet hn wmilii t.tm h..vp i''dlT.' Jxo
    lanli, or n in-jcl. tli"reof an will natiidy the Tax* rs. \ In Afcuinj>s>it. t n"urrHt.ii tna:
    iioincr. J. HODGES. such as are goa-l. the Florida Volunteers. ; Town-ienti's Genuine "riftnai oirj.pii.'a.. is an I.YtTAriOlnf
    dj thereon for th<, yetr Ib4a, to wit : Reuben Their is the Court House Mon prepr.iuou) :
    TJie S K: i and \ H 1 of Ser 10, C i % IV J of Sr -" tUlciidant and all pcismn' inleifled are store opposite on undersigned will attend to the collection of lleirrn fi-rhni thi; we >n. nii! ilral? in an artirle; wh.eb THE
    10, W-i S K |. S'c 3.T 1 II7. N and E, belyn ins flO)1 n. n, WINSLOW, \NKin, WALL ST., s. v. hereby notified of the j in-l it ut ion ol the above roe street, adjoining Ihe I'.st O3k aZamn-t the State or the Unitfi State? i I bear the ml di.sfint, rcirnibUnce t 8. P. Tnwni.n4s irtB iIssdhh '

    E'Jward Ikyan.At ,tated attachment anM hereby nquireclo MILES NASH, for services men !ered by, or supplion furnished. the should biinc J.inn IIIMID the Old I'richnuasi'
    to case by arc .
    New Yoik, Sq Pt. M, 1*>4S. JUNiUS L. TAYLOR. load '(coniilain'sandrrmiaatioR; t'roin Aent who ha.e*>Hand
    1)1I! No 1 and :5 in fractional Sc ?5. N i, Sw To Frederick A. flay, B'iq. : appear and defend said l suit on the 3.1 Moum: in December 22ISl0CabinetMaking.50 Fbi ida Volunteers called into service of the Slate ( pirrh.es: H ho have uie
    25, WiSE !J.auJK t.SV k. Sec 20, T JO, R 13! Oeai Sir I cheet fully comply with r<>. May next, at Q'linry, or ju.l-cn.-at will be taken b.. d.irinz the recent Indian outbreak. | COPt)1'M).
    Wy jour wish it nnder.tooil becnn e it is the oi.,./. '*. thAI
    belonnn to i.t.n Miller. < Rein- thoroughly conversant with all the forms ir'
    S aod Ii. | .V .
    ;; default. January t. )
    i with otln-rs the benefit P. P. Townaend'j
    quest in acknowlxlging, itrice: : and Old Dr. Jacob Town5.nd' *U'sapnnlU
    J'JUN' : II. PATTna ON, which I have derived from the n-e of Evliact I. FERGUSON: Jr., Plaintiff. and nii,inf ? uece ??ry l t.'r the cullectinri of the same, are kraven-ault apart, and in/mte.'y datiftHitr; lW
    Tat Cil lector for Midi-on your 1IIE 4IibCrib'r having taken the he tlatter hinwlf he will bo enabled to give full they are unlike tht.g
    County. of California Plu.t. ItsefTec! FebI.dry 0, 1S50. 5 3m h---------- ; in ever) put.cular; h Novprn'er 21. 1 l'.19. 4'i' m Canchatagua"or : upon 5? .1. Shop and Ware-R'om rocntl% itiitaction to those entm-tin their claims with ; lu common.A .
    my wte&n arc evident and gratifying, and have ASWMPSlf ATTACfiM HXT. S. P. Tnwn,e ,i! I is no doctor. an.| rover %i4. .it
    .. rid Viierhioets
    ACTION OF BY ---- occupied bv Mr. G ; Ii i in.
    cheiIi..L
    induced inc to tcromnicnd its use to Iricnd.i and no Pflaflt.rUIit-.knw.; n'. nifwe of iuedic.ul; of ** I
    Hamilton County Tax Sale.By my ; T. DIocker. i is prepared to' ManuiJCtureall kinds ol Cabinvl Fur- Reference-All w ho know IinGEORGE eme than any othrr roiimuin. unscientific. nn >rue! tuml Ulli.
    1 its that instance have haley ;
    am ploawd auic you in no .50.Cs. .
    I ,
    Am UB| fwftn to $1,117 hand a4"rt inetit vhicli \V. HUTCIIINS. what gnrmttt CZI the public Ime that n-rettinf srrnnine
    vexN-d in lav I 'sit 01 C.a rot hat nuv on aguud j tnry i v*
    virtue of the power me by I b-on disappointed in its tlhcacy. I lo not lio.lale; ac'eniilic IRS
    t10t $2S33 00. innlicme, runfi.nin* all the v.irtu4 of
    GF.O. DAMON. ;
    li. 23 JS.)0. 7
    L j
    will brold low lor February ,
    shall expose f
    djar, ia thetoxvn of J4.p 5 r, Hamilton Co'inty. Kin and to state that 1 believe it will be found to l he I lIE dfetnb itt. a n.h all I ntlu-r) perin< inteiesteil, Furniture repaired at I the shortest notice, aol on wh.ch. might tender them the AUE.NTrf of _
    i.ciiifieJ of t hit,cotnmeiicemeiit of tla I rpifunahle tctiri*. Janmry I'I't', IS"'l. 2 CmrPHE Fletcher Institute. i henlth.
    riJa.on tneSrtt Munl in ..luoenet.(1'i'tmi.stli an excellent leivu-Jy in rnoht cit>eg of diseases of the arc hereby hum wh.eeiprcieiifr.>innte whknnw1
    of that ininth. the following J *ciihedi a'i'l kidnevs dlfertions.atid also above t-uil, and n. nired lo appear at the next Term, Ine
    3J thy liver in pulmonary Madam Rumor says that students j cutup traIsi l> of medicine or diSease : II re<|uiM> S
    >roperty. "t s1 rn 4>>h thereof a< will Us tfVJilirie.il hi in the purification of the blood, &t. That jour ( 'n the fourth Monday in tkriober, A. I D1S"'(>,) ni Quincy Hale and Female Academy WHEREAS to come to this Institution cannot \ foipe experience to rook ant H TVLup' e%en a n.niiiion de, nl

    Fay the Slate n'1 1 County! Taxes due thereon fot the nrnit in the introduction <.1.< this invaluable plant the Circuit Court, fur the County of Leon, ami Slate .L re-opened Jjnuaiy 7tli. 'Ihe 1 econd Sfssion find Inrmlms; hou-cs : To all whom it may con- | lifttHow luture medicine much nii.re.les'imiMiruct'nfd t'rVEAK u U that the iiersuns wh*IMIS
    wit the sincere wish of of Florida, aiul Plead to the declaration filed t llierei.i will ccininiire June Oth. Studt-nts may enter af
    ,.ear ISIS, to nay be appteciitcd, M ccrn. I send greet i n?, that I have in my house on < \ STOMACHS AND ESFF.EBLED STSTISIS,
    ijfthe S W of Sec lT 1 H 13 Sa R. il. WINSLOW. WALKER & f.WVNN.Altirneys any time diiritri the year, and, after the second wrekof
    The NV I | Yo-jrsM'uertlv, the Fiji at the Institution, ample rooms, vyll fur. \ shni.U rfnovv well the iiwdieid pi |>crte of plants.' itti bnti.nner
    ad E., purporting to bclon" to William J. Mills. 53-;: Pamphlet* containing a desciition| of California l 1'r Plaint iff. the session they will be charged only from the nisfietl, with fire places, for the accommodation oj i .if se'urmj and cim.-eniming their heniins virinrt.iLlsoaaeitensitekmiwied .

    WILBV LBR. ti' etlier with inleicstir info, n141 lOll in relation April 13, 1S.1''). 11 3m time of entering. Board may be bad at prices varying tsir1itu'1tnts, and will to give them the ecf the various diseases wnirhtHtct!
    plenty human
    Tax A e-soraaJ Collprtor hamilton Co. to the CANCHAiAoifA.isr! ( maika, !>fpoficcv; Road'Notice.NOTICE from $-5 to I 10) per month. For further obtained particulars of good wholesome diet,promie three times a day furnish J It is b> arre system. biw upon 10 the ndnpi unfortunate; remedies lu n these..Ili halls diseases iauwoundrd "

    I remb'r21I19. 411 ( m and cure .aie GIVF.N AWAY at the AGENCIES: Rail see printed catalogue, which may be lights, and do their washing;, all (br ten dollarper I b.i'Dianily t, kmille li by application to N. II. STEWART, restore health and bloom, and .;.y-t ,ntn the crii,hett and bn-
    r Pain Killer. Sold by LEW 1 S & A M ES, Jan. 2>IJ. 1S5'' 3 Piincipal. month, one half paid ia advance, t. e ether at the j ken.and to bi nish infirmitv that OLI>lilt.J\roBTOVNSESDhas
    Agent, Tallahassee, Florida. end ol the \ear. SUl'UUT and bUM) the opportua.ty and mean lu bml

    A FKESH nrMy of Perry Daxis'Pain Killer.just October C. 1819. 33 Cm Notice. P. P. SMITh his

    .1 i. received sod (or ia. tiv i ii hereby givrn In the Stockholders of FKMcherville, Ga., Feb. 01, 1S-30. 7 3m Grand Universal Concentrated

    T. WiIITH t CO., Agents.b Hail Road{ Company, t hut on month after Irate, I shall prwnf my account-, Kcmcdf
    SIX within the reach, J i itibIl
    ?.ovls? r,17, '.M9. 45Bagging P. P. LFAVIS vouchers to the I Honorable Court t if I Prolule an In the fcnowiediir of at! who need
    June election wil -
    Thursday 27th day of m-xt, an Raisins Figs Cheese &c. they in"y loam and know by >>rfu> eipenence. it
    8133020i>] DDSNT38T be held at the O1ice of the Company in Tallahassee ** for the County of LPOK, and ask for a final set- TraiibCeiKlrnt I'oucato Heal.
    tleinfiit and dUchar E\ct utor oi the last will BOXES English Dairy Cheese
    forrt'U-n Din.ctuis t lo Iriaiiio: the aflatrsofsuid Cum as 9r1 ,
    tletermined lo change his location from of William Turner .Wca-ir.l. ._..I') 10 Drums fre h / Sold wholesale and retail l>
    1) OPE AND 3 ALT, for 4le hvit. HV1NG pany for (\\elvc montho, !, from t that d.ite. and testament > Fig yTHOMPSON.
    MNuGa1' & ORMOXD. ', fJa. to TaUha! ) *.ee, Fla., "oii4re.iiertttihly R. K. CALL, Prcii. T. R. Co. MATIIEUTURNER: : 20 Roses do. Raisins, SKILUIAX & CO.,


    ? .NpGrt, January S, iy'xi 5J tender his prufrc ional seinresto the Tallahassee, Apiil C, li1. 13 'Jm,, February 2, 1 lif 0. 4 f.m 1 Ko.x Citron, 102 Nassau street, New York,
    citizens of this atitt l the yrr MindiiiK, cwmfry. I He 10 Boxes Champaisne Cider

    Notice. will \isif Mon'icello, MjJicnn, and Thomasville, lrainistratorrs Notice. Notice ,* lleidsick Chatnpaisjnc And by LEWIS &AMLS, ,

    Ga wiicic 1u- will lie prep-m-d to practice his. proIcSM'inin With 'rallahassee.
    articles of Agents
    a variety oh! the kind received
    ,
    nthi alter dil the underci ncd will applj njtbianHi ((101:1 "jVTOTir'E i issrivenlltat? appliratioti will l be made to nHHE s-ibscriber lining fitle-1 up the TANERY
    w ri .
    hopi
    all inv< sig : ir.aij Emeline and sale
    SIX IN the Jude ol the Circuit the Middle 1. in this known BAcr's Turn ) has per for by April 21. 15- 9. 1C-ly
    Ifla IIIE1. Jal? of Probate tier Loo County years f experience in the science lo lc able In give IMI- l
    for letter* of iuisioii from the Estale of Arthur tire mtit-fartion. All operations will \vananleJ.. Circuit of Florida, on t the I IMlli day of May next, for now on hand and will keep all kinds ol LEATHER Blacksmithing.G .
    en. decca cd. Ladies their residence.tfftrfHeft aulhoiity to sell the Real E>talc of i the late KUiieiSinikins lor sile ; and will have fine HOOTS and SHOES Newport, February 23, IS-'iO. 7
    Barney, ailed on at akutithi1'gall c>
    di! aped under such cunditiona the in- mad* to order. He bason hind article OOD. substantial, and cheap
    JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. / :-Ui\.A. Rrandon, A. %%'. Prelon, c< as a superior of and Q '
    September 6. 1S49. 33-Gin S. S. Adams, J. II. Hill, Rev. I'. P. Smith, Thomasville. UTtfts of the infant heirs of the said decedantreqiire. may doublej-soled NEGRO SHOF.S. He would hierQ re- Bagging Rope. kind done at the Shop near my Stable,

    I JO'F.PH F. IJYTIIE\VOOD, I mil his thanks to the citizen of Gausden and the 90 FIF.fES Kentucky Nagging, cuj'ied last year bv Miller & Erckaw. .

    Notice. Dm. W. J. Brinnon and J. II. PopeMadison Court Administrator of Eldif.il Siiiikin-, ', dec. aJj.lining Counties for their past patronage, and say SucoiU Rope, January 20, 13 Ii). 3 A. A. FISHE"

    Jefl.-r 5on County, March 23, l'iVj.( 1 1-li\v in I them that be will continue to m.inubcture Lea.ther 1 bale Twine, -
    l shall apply lo the HanoiO If ou-i.
    QJX month* a9rrJtel Hoot?, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 2 bales Gunny Cloth. S. S. Knight
    ia atid for the Count il l (*fr. Office at Mrs. J. L. Dcrnilly's.October .
    Mc Judge of Pro'.Ml! ouc r.l the Administrator 13, ISJ'J. -1U Cm Dissolution of Copartnership.1M1E County, near Quincy. He will be glad at all times Just received per Schooner Pellts, and for sate by continue business at hi* old stand,wk
    as
    roaJoriiycjicharg tnechancany of the above articles for Oak McNAUGHT & ORMOND. \TILL 6hertlofoieexlpndfd
    Cark, wait such of his fi lend* al
    of Wiilim Utflliir.y, late of sid County, deeiMd. undt-r'itfned having been asKociated as Mer- hopes) oh
    hides crippled boys, or his Newport February 23 1S50. 7 *
    negro own ,
    paper.iff' liberal palrcnBge.p"1-11
    .. SMITH SIMU'INS.Jeffsrion Tin Manufactory. under the firm and tla of Jno. R Harris so a
    : that said ( Good Boot and Shoe makers, ol steady habits, inj that all shall! have good articles at lair prlCtJ-
    C'i V.January 19. 1S'U. C Cm adfUtio'nal vroikmen St Co. notice i is hcieby jri\en coparfner- "
    ensaged we are can have cmplojir.ent. Fancy Sugar.
    HAVirSfl ship was dissolved cu the 1st of January last by mutual April 2S.1SI9.11 ____
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    Notice. to fill all orders in our line in a consent. w. H. MCMILLAN. r BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar, received _

    prompt and satisfactory matiner. All orders fiotnfhccmintry The Books and of the concern have been Tallahassee, February 2, isro. 4 ly2ETNA p.) per 'a Pettes," and for sale bvMcNAUGHT Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
    IX months after due, 1 will apply Ii, the Honf-r- will receive immed'tlc attention. A papers
    S a'jlo Jude of Protnte for the Couni' of Vah.InIor. liberal discount given fo mercliaMs nml dealers.VIIITE&CO.. placid in tEe hand ol Fiancis I. Wliedfon, Esq. Attorney INSURANCE COMPANY & ORMOND. subscribers have on hand two hundred rd
    af Law, forsctllrinent. All perMmsindeblei: Newport, February 23, ISZO.Liverpool THE which the!
    dismusion ol of Quinine
    (orlettriinI Irom the aJjiiiistja. T \ ly ounces Sulphate ,
    fioo e." ItceiUteof Mit hew Tucker, deei.al.ILENRY Joiic 9, 1819. 23 to said firm cither by note or account,will find it for hARTFORD, CON N ECTl CUT.11UILDINGS have obtained tliirct from the manufacturers, "

    OMAL. their interest to settle immediately.( A word lo the Slocks, and Cotton I in U'are-house Salt. they will warrant it to he a stipfiior articleVe .

    3se7 i C. 2 Fruits, &..c.X \\ Ue we hope will be sufficient. L) injured against loss bv fire- 1 0 SACKS in fine order, (bitched Sack*,) jtst t \ have enlarged our stock cf Drugs icd 3

    ORANGrS JOHN R. hARRIS LEWIS fc AMES. I received per Basque R 11. Gamble. lot cines by recent an ivat?, and are prepared) eifCOtS..
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    Notice. 1) AISIN LEMONS FRANCIS SMITh! January 2t'i( lfif>0. 3 Agents, Tallahan-ee.' cabs by McNAUGHT( &. ORMOND. orders for articles in err line, at wholesale or rct >
    ALMOVDS, Madison C. II. Fla. April C, 1550. 1 3 4tNails.
    Newport, Ftbnmy 23, IfcSO. 7 .
    terras.Ve
    the moat accowmodatins.
    Months after the dletf this notice, I will APPLES ONIONS, on i
    SIX Garden Seeds. \ have alo few account.- yet duetouSr01
    re8.nt mv vojcier: and account to the Hon.uJz IIMSH POTATOES. amUT(''

    ? of I- tie far k"')" County, l lr a finzl fettle.rnentani MACKEUrLL in hill barrels end k'lls, A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Gentlemen's Clothing.A rear 1847. They are generally in small lt' .

    dikarge f row the iMalf ol Dr. I. ir PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, KEGS APawan ar
    Newton' late of said Couutydecea Just received and for sale by S 0 received and fur sak.! bvMcNAVGHT R. Garrttson.on Long hi and. For sale by just received per Emeline, and for sale by r towards lindhting obtain LEWIS surrs Jt A W!

    \TRlClv SMITH: AdoVM JOHN McD )UGALL.leumber2 & ORMOND. LEWIS t AMDS.Januiry McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 41

    rch31.1S50. IIem 14 50 Nercport. April 13, 185'-. It 5, ISM. 32 Newport February 23, 1S3'X 7 !







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