The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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.--- ----.- -- has out benxled them all. He i is now ltok.d .
---- others
ail the being
j witnessed FromAe LuvinilJe Journal. 1'ie kind in the village,
I believe the whole South is attached lo it, from the North. You have Roman -*
the Jftinttippui n [ infraction of Ihe Constitti- SONG.-THE PACED RO3B.BY built of reed and mud. The cbfcf very upon lijr the Aboliti' oists as j

jitter from Chief Justice Sliarkey. and that no secret designs are entertained against an open, palpable much pleased with it, and I Lope that within} vftheip all. There is not a Massachusetts
the j. a. BARRICK.
and other States, by .
Miss. 4th 1650.cflne it in that quarter. You, and others lion by Pennsylvania abolition that now comes down .
JACKSON, April in the The fsouth v i d's perfumed breath no more a year the whole village will b J "f log houses.I prencher
uke you do most to unsettle the timndalionf passage of laws annulling that provision ools. to Washington, without cal'ingnn'! his dear .
Xaunnsl Intelligencer: the May blend i's balm with thine ; I have offered to furnish axes and other
jdiJort; ) Government, by claiming for it power Constitution which secures to owner The dew that weeps on mount and moor and think the natives will build themselves friend Benton. He is literally looked upon : .

( grLLEY-our number of the 14th which it does not possess-by dying lo buildup right lo recapture his fogitive slave. You May tears to thee cnnsizn; HS the great prophet nf their cause, and i it is .

rtf March contains nn article headed "The a consolidated fabric on the ruins of Slate have heard it proclaimed: in the Senate by H The sun I hat: gave I hec life and light better bouses. with Mti- painful lit sec the mad pilgrims that arc f.ovr .
proposed Remedy fur the Kvil' of ihe Iav and of the constitution. And if Senator from the North, who was sworn tc May these in thee resign ; I am perfectly contented my .
sovereignty, clause Bat lime nor change the love can blight. tion, and think "lhat mine is a peculiarly pouring in upon Mecca.
w!hich does injustice to ihenifinbert the constitution, that a certain
Eiamlned, gross the future historian shall be support
unfortunately, Thine emb.em links with mine. lot. After struggle with the Benton opposed the Compromise
of tho Convention which met in this which u*, WHS immoral happy go long a
the ruin of ihe ( of that instrument protects fun!
compelled to deplore lorernment for a lee by every means in his power, fair and .
have The linen tht beauty round thee drew work!- a* a rat -sticking type
You poor
i.ljce. in October last. The part( which it was and to dace its caII4f', you and your class an I, iheiefore, not binding. May deck some ail divine; living-to he cast ashore with a pocket full of decent and nasty ; fur he is n imn of great ...

pi* fortune to lake: in: that Convention, imke.jt of politicians will stand conspicuous in the heard She terrors of a dissolution ofihe Union Thecharnn that with thy being grew rocks in ibis climale. versatility of talent and a strong Ktomieh.IB .- .

that I should forego inclination, di cribed the of a vast gulfbetween Maj fairer scenes combine among savage, lovely
nfceK ry foreground on the canvass which shall represent by picture ; "I still and if second proposed first five then nine adlitwmil ;
tnd appear before the public to repel an unfounded the drama. the North anti the South, filled air! heaped Tie "trace I hat made thy presence bright am a good Whig, my amendments and notice-that he should .
great be he shall be called gave
May other forms enshrine ; girl turns out to a boy
That ailicle is %tint the bodies our countrymen
calumny. *eflU'lof with the slaughtered
But your greatest alarm for the safety of the high would be But lime nor chin;e Iht love can blight, Henry Clay. By the way, I think agilaling p.'ak and demand the aye and noe to raclu
which it ofless boldness. endured
severa' preceded : this revolting ight
Union has arisen fiom, a portion of t the afl- yet Thineeinbleni link* with mine. the ofihe annexation of his Havvaain This was done for no other rarth'y' pitrnrwo
of progress
Tlie public journalist owes it to the ilu* reality witnessed, by a
dress prepared under the direction of the convention. Tde hand that pressed thy tender tem majesty's dominions to the United States." hut lo delay action and to increase or recommance -
to deal candidly and faitly with the the lower House, rather than he would yield .
country wreaths entwine he
brighter But
That is regarded by you as a full May ; agitation in the Xorlb. was :
conduct others, and in departing Jroin this his opinions and his object on the subject ofslaveiy. The heart that puztcl thee as a gem .
of the object-a son'hCIn confederaey. Conespondmct of the Savannah Georgian. al last voted down, without I tin* Senate design .
JuT! fce 1 i* MC a *w ''ft witness ; he betrays his dcvelopernent You have hoard your own especial 'ty v\iiher more than thine ;
< this 18. 1800.Messrs. lo of his In.
is ing
The language alluded to : The failli that wove in ihveiM plight WASHINGrox, April answer any ono arguments. .
ihe costofhU dissolution must come
"t favorites decltre that
piiiiality integrity.
44 IJesides. and beyond a popular convention should beabmdoned. May wavwjrJ w vs incline ; Editors :-I have just time to inform stead listening to him they read newspapers, .
Your article! is lengthy auJ I hall contentjzvself of the Southern States, with ihe view and the rtther than Ihe Wilniot Proviso But tune nnr change the love can blight that have weathered the wrote letters and joined itt (rieitllly conversa.lions. .
hastily, we
] "ith noticing such portions of it as You lake no alarm at these Thine rmbknn links with mine. you
had idea of vviili
anI l
the aggression, They no aigumg a
course The Senate t by a majority
hope arresting Much hrisj'ist agreed
place the Convention in the most prominent then to concentrate the South: thing*, bold and diiingns they arc. Tha flower ol fairo t hue and grace cape. Southern Senators being mad rn.an, who starts! with truisms and draws .
if not practicable for the (ut tune, ( .
cnint of view. Your title seemed to fiVe as they miy show a lo'.hl disregard :Ma) be stit! first to pine : from (item by conclusions. ,
the hypotheses way
and action, conven the Abolitionists
will with
in understanding absent ami t
on<; acting
of discussion! but lour begins Union are *ed over as harmless. The love that blooms i'i Memorj's vase
promise they
essay voted him down fourteen limes and
; the aU They just
of as possible the Committee bhalibe
and ends in assertion and denunciation. You lion Mississippi; suggests; You have never been suspected of an over !May oft in doubt decline ; ,) that Compromise;
ternate reort. the call, by the Legislatures of constitutional The star most true Unto' the night appointed and balioited upon to-morrow. laid him out fiat.

prove oae tl'ing however, which may have the usstiled States of Mill more ilemu convf devotion lo Suite sovereignty, or May sometinie- diniin'lv -!liIue ; The Committee will consist of lliirtpen, wiiL! On jesteiday, Benton undertook to insult

: not< been generally k;; .nvji, an cii.irtidenlitv.. should be regulaily elected restrictions, and] if I the South had claim dpower But time nor chaur* Ihe lovecan blight.Thineftnhlin Xoiihern and ;lie memory ot the vei t tin lini riei (' t IIu.i n.-
jnfi'fliag] -with the N *rtb ia its IilLz) claim iiiions, such as for Congress instead of den) ing it, she t link* \Mih mine Mr. Clay as Chairman, three *>
Hi dt'nour.ceii, with lii a' ,
by ihe people of these States: to deliberate, ihrre Southern Whigs-three Northern and ? 1131 blackguardism
tf, on the subject tf s laveiy. Your would bave found more fricnJ*. II.
p-\ver speak and act with all the sovereign power of this communicn- Ffoin (he Tiniton (.\*. J.) Gaz-tte. three Sou'heru! Democrat. As far as \\\ir\ he author and signers of I he S xithrm address, .
Northern readers uill doubtless feel gratified such :My only motive in making and was answered by Mr. l'o->te in very
the people. Should i in t the re&ult, conj and those with Adventures of Printer. 'pinion ofihe Senate may he r *uirded, the ap.
devotion, to their favorite lion i to vindicate myself a
measures *
tt your volitions be called and meet, t they SHIV lead t to Committee will! probably! consist of the fallow propriate ten ins, I iboti h wutnily and with de.
but they will nol be much enlightened bj 1 constitute; convention of all whom I acted, fiom th j charge so unwarrantably fly the Cherokee we received a letter dated votion to lie memory uf the illustrious dad.Who. .- 1
like regulaily :
your argument. Your Southern cuuutrymer a in the last rooit t, for ; mi'Ie. of unfriendliness (to the Union.We i1oniuiIis.: Sandwich I I-laiifJs, Janumy 1, 1530(), ing ." said Mr.! Foote, 44is thus denouncing
Joiner regard neutral. 1 Ism t the St.ites. have been actuated I by a settled convic- old! whose henry Clay, of Ky., Cnainnan.
can iiu jou as welfare, by the formation of a i Iroui un Irit'inl atl l fi-liovv-piinter, nun our wuo e t losimnution i is mourning i f-

not willirg that the Convention! shalhejuJjeJ their separate and a union that will stff rd proter., I lion), t Ii rnzh.ui', I lint we weie rijiht. We ;iidventurcs luive been so urtch out ol the comiiiou Yarihrrn Whig !I'lic in mory oil l t that patriot a mId i ilieuifii who*

( by the open enemies of the South inn compact lo their libeiiSes and their lighifc." Tin* I believe conscientiously' that: Congress has no older! t that we extract: a part of Iris letter Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts.Juil Jiaw signed the ad.ltes'. ol wlrcb! hi- is the nn.hor .

and e'Jll lesk Uiat it shall be condemned over the .,tion of 'laverv| either for ih' ol pader The latter .
willing call "the! project ol a SouMiern Confedcr- !power que :amusement our ; e Phelps, of V.Tin.ml. will liv in il.e hearts! cfhui* cmmtrvmcn,

on evidence and inferences, not found in, or \ou confessed-openly and apptientlv: without permissive, or piohibitury. and that any Action left New Voile! in 1W1G, as a full piivaie in James Cooler, of Pennsylvania.: >vhen his calumniators; will be a" object! of

warranted by, tu own declaration ; and I asert cy arotrrd. and coolly itvomtnend.od on ihe subject would IMJ a gross infraction of (ol. Stev.in on's rf imenl. After the wars :loathing anil contempt." 4' But' who.*' conimitd 2i
Northern Democrats.Gov.
u) .
in the mol feulnmn manner that moticsJiare compuncti consideration ol the Southern) that juil tuuninl. We des'ue to gee the quie.t were over, he remained j in California I when- i '.l r. FOOt, 44 is thus mitUing: Mr.Cathoun .

} b*en ascuhed to the member! which lo "the unfair construction. The t lion bmi hed fiom our National Councilbouse he was employed by Gea.: ValN-jo as a carpsnffr Cas of Michigin. 1 A man who calls himct'ihc! old.cs. .

they dd: nit entertain. States. This is tin and harmony restored ; but we warn at I the t lime i I the sold mines were dis A. C. Indg, of Iowa.jov. Senator-a urui who ..
mide the proposition.The (
Your allusion lo die Hartford Convention t-econd-iry dent is is made the primary sob.iaice-tbe alleruative the Notlh not to expect us lo submit. We are covered. When wo last heard from him ( Dickinson, of Nexv 1 oik. ; Here, Betito.i; gprang like? n tiger fir.m his

t$ an artiliee which requiics no comment to ace the primary object. The contingency quite as firm in our K'sis>lance as they are in (previous lo the letter n'ciMVfd on Krid iv) he KoalhejnVhigt.. lair almost d >m<'li&hii>g I hi.> chair, ami oJ.urieul
tbt\v its object. Its hi tory i> ;given at length, which Southern Confederacy was thi-ir encioaclim wa: one of t the publishers! of the CaJifurni'iu. Juftgp Mnngom, of' North Carolina. at Toote. Tl.e latter, peiceiviu the hoslifn
and o'i conclude: from ihi* mode of composition on has been entirely oveilookedkeit That we mtv Mam, ) vindicated, ail have He writes that he soon: abandoned! this> speculation. JIclZe!: B-rrien, ol (Georgia.B.ll ; movement against Kim had l-een previously

and the objects," the Xh hville Con. nlluled! to,ofiew.. J It was spoken of hi the thai justice to which we ate entitled, it i He concludes his adventures for the ofTenticss.ee. t\.i! iied. withdrew to ih 1 aisle! of the Senate

U'ntion$ ik more deserving, of odium. This ad|I out only as a last tcsoit in the event of a hoped! (bat you uill publish this loiter and the }iie-ent by being wrecked one day on Hono.nlu Southern Der.iocra'5.M %hubris was free from person' qoielly drew

i> condemning it prerniturelv: on assumed failure res?in the hope of arresting I the course pioceedings ()tl lie Convention, or at !least the -iiid til ursiuz the: (1.IuIgIer! ; of the chef of a fire shooter fmni his p-u-kef. coed! if. and

pouii 1 Bu'ler' ol
composition run nut be known or at least but ()giession. Southern Cotifederaoy and jest the uI S. shout d be l.M, it is published I let him p- rize v>u to eav: that a in S'liile. of New 1)leans.;
juriially Known. Ig( objects hfl jUt t \\liat I it attachment, lo the I in t the papers of I ibis place fiom ** The p.ip"r wa slow pay in those ti'nf" %vail for the words, ready, one, lira, three, fire!
I the avows
tli* convention of MinsiuMj.pi expressed iliem was o'-'ject did ; expression of the conven. that event, it may be extracted. -o I sold out my mtereM atrl ganeil; me or Should Daniel Webster! who to-day voted ean-wydp! Buliy; Dun.ri: was arrested by :
to be. When m* u bare openly and fairly as eveiy whole of Mi sisjp.pi. Your obedient servant, I two lhou>arnl dollais' which I *[ CMit. S'i| >cu-, agiin: t the appointment of !she Uumtn'tne ; several Senators while Dickinsonvith hisuri'aI

declared their object, it is unjust to ascribe to lion, and us do the who people desire the W. L. S1IARKEY..NtpOiCOfl'S fitted a hut It', however, ami did well:t-.failed! hut l will, nn doubt, vote againM I he I'rovs,- disc-etioTi wend up to Foott1. and requestInm 0

tlif-m ujoiives which ihey did not expres, un- No men live than more do the signers per.petuitv of ill some (bines i, btit uiade up on .4 li.'is. i aUo and for I lie settlement of I ihe q >el iou ) t ..i to surrcudef bis ;arrns. This was done

Iris the charge l h Mjsiaitjetj of the Union A correspondent of 44 the .1 October l.ijt in w.en the Bill shall? be introduced, should. I Iay. and
can on more con. haVe it unimpaired. Veterans.- (On yth company by Mr. Foote wish:! gu eat calmness good

elusive evidence. :My i purpose is with the that address believed, if I they with can tl.c entiic South, that the B..>ton A'las! writing from Paris, describes with s'-vcn, I hell Sni Francisco on a visit t toIhe Daniel Webster, who is about to jn uU hum r. As soon as Fi>rte was disarmed,

Mississippi Convention,, a id if you bad tlealtas Hut they mid would again the fallowing scene : !>''auiiful IslandintriHin afterwards his cori'luct at Funieul I Hall, Boston, a-.k to In- B Miton broke lu.jse from tho-e who held him

ftirly by it as yoj have towards the Halt- I the North had been the pressiiiff.exerciss of not *. A strange ghostly spectacle came athwart to si1 lor China. mike our way over.Iati'I! to excused, then Clark of Rhode Island, wib mb.ittoned; his waist coat, and cried let the

ford Convention vindication would bate endeavor to press praver the. anniversary I uncle and thence to probably; l In, selected to fill the vacancy thus "I
no the constitution, anJ our ay and busy stieet on ltu< it.: where have an rascal shoot Let thus assassin shoot
C by
teen required. The history of one. is given delesuted lo iiigresi I hat the Sou'h would ofihe death ofihe i llmperor: Napoleon. The Lln laurl. w here I could take passage for home i occasioned. Daniel Webster has dome a hive no arms It was a muck parade of

at length, but not ovnh the other. The they believed moreover of that! sound when within great deal to enlighten! (the North and Jo induce Public
submit. Their first hope was to aver; th few rcnuining relics great army (On the -Sih at noon, we were bravery. Nothing more. opinion
iutni i ir o ouvenuon innocent not walk, assembled, beneath of ih harbor of Honolulu! it it to yiei.1 the fanaticism 'New Knz- Mr.
is ptonouRcen an \ declaration ol their and whole enough to : two leagues came even arnr>ng th ladies entirely acquit

affair on the etiengih of the. declarations evil but if by that a should timely fail, it was natural lo look lights to j jconwquences ih I .* column '>f ihe place Vendo.ne, auii icpaireii ou :o blow a "ale. We stood ofi" and s ue- | land ou the alt.ir patriotism ; but he i is natu Fo te, w bo strictly! acted on the defence ; and

contained j in its but the Mississippi celebrate mass in svornitz i ibm but rally not so strong and firm a in in as I Henry ofihe Court
proceeding ; for thni. The I lo the juv.uhile', to ceeuV: in out gale, jui..t as j I hue bean! Jufgoi Supreme
Convention is the and to |provide describe to u the mouth of the harbor it I Clay, ?ti'Ja legion of \b<>Iitii>nis.s: and fanatics lie .
not judged by time 44 act under the | honor of his name. I cannot; y we were at cnmou say that! : !h iiil: Foote shot BtMiton dead, must

rule ; its declarations are disregai.leJ, fct.d convention excited did not, as feeling.you say" They met as the effect of that assemblage of withered: spec to blow very, h.ird from I the north-wiM. and i from Ma sicLusfiu is now here to operate on hive been acq'iited on the plea! ofjusuiiibla

motives ascribfc* to il which were not ex. influence leileeted wil: who knew and tres attired in the uniform of regiments to tn five minutes we were bard and fast on the his tie rves. I He 1 was I thpelor| dipouseo1! j lo tn'nijj'i.Ie.: Fote was nscool :ts a cucumber.

preyed. One sat with co-d! doors, audits Iflan who bad ofihe occasion.; ; In which they hud belonged. It seemed, as it shoie. I rushed, to my) client for my dirn"\ vote agaiii't the Cotnmittre. but :is sntl right The efivct of the scone wns ibut Benlou to.

proceed;;,; were ki sicrH. at a time when felt the vileinniiy' it but natutat surveying -it j each Iid l n isen from the tomb, or risen from and bad barelv tune to secure them when the on the main subject ; though he does not eemready iLty I was less ranting and overbearing and so
whole was
we were at \var with i n 'v. "r'd' foreign eneinj Ihe that ground should look to the ,, I Ihe hiatt he.field. wh *:ein t they had once been, hull paited, keeled over, and, filled. I seuied to meet the question in every shape it a final vote was taken oil Foute's resolutions,

which bad been opposed! and the juMice was prudent of faiiute in I they their loudest hope. And possibility j kilt rotting in the sun or MilF niug in the snow. :. a *pir, an J clung' lo it. and the dust, like misfit, be j'eseuit.d. In other words. Mr.Yej l and they were agreed to.

tit which bad been oVtned by a portion of our | that The procession ;'as"d withojt exciiing the "grim iliMta lo a deceased .Ux ican." \ l.-r will do great execution: iii the second! A cormfiitee '* appointed tojnj *!igatp the

people ; yrt it* motives are determined by the it was only' ou I ihdt t contingency I I a hingle slightest enthiisldsui ; the ciowd followed After being, in the water about threequarters line ol b.i'lle: ; but h does notj! juin that iai- case of F'tioe and Uenton. lii puhlic estimatiou -
Southern as
j'vjinal of its proc edinsi.. The other wit thought was lurked to a of 'choice.compact I a it in silence and at e. The church was hung of an hour, lushed by: the suif and penetrable phalanx! conip jed of Ca *, Clav, Foote's course of action is already

w-ilhopen doors, jUtsIiM1i1 its proceedings to a means of security Southern, not confederacy lepeat-we with black, and the places around the altar', druiscd I by t the spar, I gained I the shoie. I I Dicins..n) Sturgeon, Whitcomb and Bright; justmeJ..

the world, and invited discussion ; yet il is that we desire no Union were reserved for the veterans of the Guard, kissed lh; earth where-I Mopped; and deter- which vvill I siiiud up iigiiiiil: every thing which OfiLETFIROPE.

condemned on what it did not fay. desire the perpetuity of our piesent ; of whom three and twenty vet remained..The .- u,>iititd never lo !It' ive it. I Having I .sixty-live j (thu 'tens to defeat t the question? whether it be

lou next allude to the Mississippi Convention but it can only ofihe tie (preserved. by nt within keeping its every con. celebrated Hului whose jaw was shot pounds ol gold' dut t ubont my person, besiikthroe.or one of 'i r. Benton's parlianientary; : quibbles,, Doubling the Cipe.A jUy go xl na'ured
joverntn '
and after out its tes'ilutionc department himself before the hundred ioltars in od! coin 1 1i or one of the rnotioi.s of the Wilmot! PiorisoisI
t sehing RHV fciitutional, limits. And your a >cition u without away in seeking to j.ltce f"ir ( fellow, who went round Cape Horn to Call .
*4 these resolutions, certainly sufiicimt I turned, in fiji I ihe frame purpose, only a little more honestty '
acted and
upon no i emperor in a skirmish ill Ku>sia as sacristan i was completely evhaiisted.; : t iornhi, <:ires the following! account of his experience r.
ground in iheir avenmnts, the e ential and his buyer jaw bone' fieMily polished the ni.. ht (for niglil it br-g.m; to l be) wrier: a e.resscil.| .

part ol which, [contained in the s cond ieso- quote futther from your "examination. for the occasion, shone and glittered in cocoa nut 1re, where I Mepi ouridly until li The Calif,rnii Bill will betaken up to. in doubling the Cape. Trios- who

lotion) none but political fanatirs (and barrlly You say: *' I It I i is no longer matter of iuleietce., : (he sun, while Maruulukd Fes.ljh, without or 1 o'clock, when I awoke so still with cnl( morrow by itself; but this is t.oiLing more are contemplating a vnvagt* to the gold d g-

they) would be found lo but faintly There exists a dkatl.ct loss to the Union, moie 1 couM! nor b's-s t lhin! : what Northern men arecibligerto I it
depute leg and in the possession of but one eye, mid sot e from my biuises tint scarcely gings wt.uJ! do well to give a perusal :
outline the of which lAte discusioncI deeply MM ted I hail; we had supposed-engen. ci.ief discoeied fin do to meet the exigences of the cas: *. I F
purpose claimed the honor of holding ihe taper. I move. To my ii eat jov I a
-. it \\hich the and and i 4* I is impossible to describe! the scenery
mass merely hurry the Committee uhligt
ag-iin-t is to
4111 1 OUI 4)j tonrcss hardly leave A oouui. dering of ihe cxliaordma- to iheV.. t. Il proved to
must halfa.inile
it one about ?
through the instrumentaiity of the proposed body of the South are as little aware of as wewere rv Altogether cciiriuonifs was 1 ever witnessed. I b+ a villa 'f of the natives (Kanakas) who, on it lo hi ing in: an early report. They nrj>t !I in the! vicinity of Cap"' I Horn. I It? is all it is a
!hut". The elements in
Convention three the first gerniiintionf their readiness to act, lo justify themselves cracked uj lo were
to unseiile the foun Government of the United Siutco. They setout > which is this project of a Nashville Convention. bread before the world, that they do not mean such incessant turmoil, th-tt w? tad tn lash
indeed ." 1 stnUen if the body The Pint, the Present, and the Future.The .- the fin1, {g-t'e: me sonic boiled posh, pvervthiim >n deck and below, but sometimeswe
with i> profrfesjn a devoted and am greatly tn and of nut to produce unnecessary delay in legislation ;
cherished atlarhmetit to the Union, but they, ; of the people of ihe 1 South" are not fjl\! !Live i pool Albion glances at the ;p\st: fruit, }ams I had a vast variety of this eating I turned in but if t the Committee will take the matter in would l ba struck by a scdstatr.: which

: beg the question of aggression ly the iionslavcholding aware of all the disaffection; to the Union" and the projection for lo(), and gives this ter. After where disposed I until! suntij.e hand, they will: report in lime lo blend the vvo): ild knock our calculation! into fis.: Chairs
soundly -
Staffs, in older to suggest the which exists heie, and fully ware, too, or( the brief but comprehensive view : on forne mats, slept liilis anJ ihe report in one and the sane legislative rh**.ts trunks, and boxes would fetch away .
idea that of that disalTfCtion. You have impar. What may happen on th continent of when aross. the Culiforni Bill! pll m-ll ti> the leeward and when hue vessel
; they (the pcop! of Mississippi) de- causes toilette I intro.luced ; act. As soon ;'S : [
had rnadn .
Rile to hate it only ouch} as they desire." ted no infornntion to them on I tli.il subject. Europe befoie it shall also go dr.wn into I the Afier the I chitfof the rny village. wa I He i i. o- is mkcn up, Mr. Clay will mov to attach the r.ghttd; 1'iey'! would Mirn le back again in the
would be hol-l .! to
Here is The first "geiminalion" disttlection grewout grave of time, he a prophet amendment which mnt iidmiriblc cuun1sion.t.Ve used to lie ,ion
a direct charge of a design to un rtlle and' much tespected. His name i is Territorial Bill as an ; to
the of attack their rights. liisMii. who would venture to gue. s. Trance is al- light rank orSeward Dttitim.'ri1l our bunk-* ant) call out cotillions for them
foundation ol the Jovemment. It is ut- an upon and he is related to the King of the j Hale, or Chase, perhaps {
lluit do undertake to account for vas uncertain, Germany is unspitled, and in Kaniii; to dance fiist four forv.ard, balance, turn
Icily denied that any such was de.ined. pillar you ntit : rise to attach the Wilnut Proviso, which ;
purpose is spoke H'lgiisb
( It is denied bit member of the this disaffection, and( lo show us wheiher it k i ivell a state effeivescencu fiom one extieinily to Islands He very polite, land and j being then an amendment to an amendment p I rrtiers. all binds round great grand right

.Mississippi Cotiventiuti bad any any t-tich objectin or ill founiled. Perhaps it may lit just I.lililt' I. I the other. Italy is groaning to h? free.- fluently I f/fii-'red in marriage rne a house if, I some would instinct will be voted down at once, sty !by a majority anJ !left, p.omenade to your seat. No one

moti\e is the. impulse Hungary is only held down, but neither conquered his daughter could! walk dfc't without clinging to someio -
It is said on
view ; and it is serted that erv member ( I able in the anti of civilization. of *,ome tenor twelve, (always consideiiiig
fir as was ,
blood f rnurdeiedpatriots them
there assembled 5-* a fii.Mid to the Union. lo butmn action, and opj re. sion is the main nor pacified. The < as J lliHiikeil, him for bis dir, and I that tour Southern Senators an now absent.) I :. and soMi"tun's vv wo il i l lt.s s'nick un. 4ui'Var's

The great. the leading obj-pi in ca'tln it v.lo .ling (if f IC\ oluTiomi!. When men desire a : ainl inutyrs bus lo be avenged. vvoul.l think over the mailer.: This: I think! will be a lntrii;>!i of piincip!** by a heavy: sea. and find ruirselvescrtIi.i
between told him
prorve the Hulou. It i iM as erted bv )ou change >f government, an enlarged liberty There is an ill feeling growing this interview I went down to t the a; isul| soiiiid patriot zs'ni over tu hat ZC%, iiiui gi> i I'.ulo : ; o'.t ofihior lee Cruppers rubbing! our

that the resolulion* but faintly outline the $iur. the great object, and changes an ner de Putskia and Austria. The young eagle of the Alter l b ofthe natives.7o I .set! public opinion right on the subject. !lint3 Thus Ut vvert; dattdled about by thejerpet
is the, bent soaring: bouse 01 I lrad.*nburg i is eager: t to lake beach, accompanied ) a party iuil I turmoil, of site elefl'IIt until we
fofcC to unspllle the inuiuiatiuns fifth0 (Jov.rrnmcnt sired wiien the form, ot} giiveiiiment the wreck, but ts'thiuzg could be : I have j'ist been iuti.rineil by JuJge Douglas -

but the picture is filled out by the (bat can be established.! As ours is 01 thai advantage ofihe ilntagp of the race of I laps look alter the which, 1 came ashore. t ill i. Iramer ofihe I Calit'nriiiu and! Territoriil arrived at Talcxhuiua. Of the untiring: uu-
her tim lo save: spTr on '
uiJ of perverted imagination on the evidences descri|>;tii>n, we can have no motive lo change burg. Ru-sia too is biding seen ilisfoveil the sad result ol the storm Bills, situ; IMI t lL>? qiesiinn to unite the two ZI.e'JZ1L InC Ii tuul tv
that When I in human
then kicked nature.
fmiUlied 1 by **discus iions in and oat of Conpress. it ; the attempt lo abusa it is what we complain pounce upon TurUe.y. It may the beach and like a child.I IJitts, Mtiiseif will! vote with Henry Clay.- rumpuses' ever oj
reached theftiui of she storm, only I hit: down nil wepl Horn lake I iht* banner. I have suited
have >
if. If disaffected towards the we not This tIC second test votu and lhe> all I I Cape;
;. Why did not juJ e the Hartford ( we are had since I is nnpor-
friends 1
you the only
because Jull length, between t the one and coming I bad Ittst dual ii.i the D- aware and Merrinjark.: a raft
Union which I there a: D it lhat. in Mie imioiof :
] perhaps
Convention by "discussions in and out ol [ deny. may home. I ut tears are of no avail, so I Iiade taut one. penJ upon '
Con regji ?" The Mississippi) Conventional, for it, which, if i temovcil, would reatoieharmony. blast.'c walk upon giJnpuwdcr. A spark I Ii left mv and S the t two 3 BilU j is I the only t sifety of i ihe oo'iili. 0:1: the raging raniwl I, l ave been fishing

and You have pecii that I theie was i is enough lo cau e an exp'osion!' ami wa have :; up n'y mind I to h beir it, to accept If.t t lie BilU are separated, California will be and wrecked on Long Pond amongst the f f!.
soafcks to be its own acts, byjts I
: judged by deep seated discontent on the subject of slavery fire brands' fly ins tt i in all oh reetion!." I ihe oiler of t the chief and become his son. infiinued admitted as she is, while the Territoiil: Bill locioos hum pouts,' a\nil,\ d..1\ \ think I was
own acts only. to I the village, *
accoiilin ly, Ol1 'Ifl) return but lloin Make
and fiien-U it was be acted al all. It the s >me punkiiis, Cape can my
Hut in the foiejroin extract it is aUo as. as lo your country, your his 't1tr. isceilaiu not to on
llit* cbiel that 1 would accept "
to all the excitement possible. You WE iip.AKit: : a good one of a green prig ( desire settle the they mu tHie hat !
seited that the rsvent ai J part of the resolution j jji duly iy iuimftdiately iutroJuceil into t itirfatronr.. South to question
the South from ihe Kim-raM Ul who, the other day en. lie short ut!
contained in the second which : but provoke the quarrel by lauuting means ill their power, actual -
you say boot in t Lowell! Her name is Niania, [Mary.] She is of alight every Co,1/wua.-Mr. Calhoun'sdouth
lered and shoe lo Mr.
lint fanatics would be found lodUpule. with infideliiy lo the ( ove,innent. Ifjou a store purchase foice uul: icvolutioii! to prevent Beu'ou.the Respect to
"none political wish lo the Union from danger, tell himself pair of" brogans." After o- copper color, 14 yearS old, 5 feel 4 inches Abolitionists., Fiee Soiiers, aiut t Ibe Ailuiinisirati'iti. i! was leelio ly ill toluced il t ihu meeting .
lh-id, reolu- ;
the '
This is
not true ; Con- Northern friends lo press us no farther ; vet hauling his stock in I trade without beini a- hiph, small hand and loot, b'ack hair i nnd eyes, Irom disuniting the two Bills of Hi- N. Y. Historical Society ou Tuesday _
lion it far It denies to your
more important. of to forbear. That is hc safe course, even if hale to suit his customer, the shopkeeper hinted j and above all very ntferlionale. Her dre>s Benton is I ho worst enemy the Sou h now evening by Mr. SC: LMIS who wi; bis cla>i- .

press the power to legislate on the bubjecl be doubtful. They claim lo exert that he would muke him a pair lo order. consisted of a faeded l bIi; satin skirt, cuininno sell-vville.l,unscrupulous In., at Yal .%ti, 'ties ot her lhin! hc saM-. '
in the District) of Columbia "or to the power liasihe most daring
than the knee moccasins lepinys .
their right. Il they act, they 41 And wha-vvhat will yer ax to make a good lower of the time, and bbis As n medical man, I take tine liberty to sug.gest
it present
prohibit the slave trade between the !evera| -we deny bead head deinigogue: .
lair iv them ?1'' was the and a curiously his Mr. Cilhotm'* dealh-I
I opinion.
but if query.
violate I ihe Constitution, they and talent, infinitely more danger.ou'4 :
of fclave- perliJy .
States to the introduction: may and
or prohibit cannot. Bv that means The' price was named ; use man demurred, dress. Slie: was l by no means bashful, dozen cuch men as Sevvard.I speak not itt f the occasion, t hut .4$ tln cause-
in the Territories of the United Slates. are passive, they and than a
r> modest. She sat on rn\ kn.'e overworked .
but after haitI) down, the thing was a none too an.intr iectt.il I death an
a ;
i will be restored. A free government I will I do t the Souh"m: vvbigs in Congress
Thi is the 1'ihe aij'l it peace would
gist dispute, yet asked her if she
very of the trade. Phelan was about leaving the store kissed me, and when I of mind, dwelling *oo :long, too anxiously nn one 2
command the voluntary homage: lie I hat i in this matter shivery they
is I justice
i is of This must
no importance. slightest,
passed over as other called alter him, asking I me >he said yes, without the I was f,r his country,
and whatever tends lo weaken their when ihe' : : marry nobly, entirely ami laiihtully.! oj-cl. Hi 1 tine t thought
do I their duty
f asserted
the 't ritit ,
controverted on the
question' ihi dint cerenionv 4
I I its existence. 44 Hut what size sha 1 1 mike: them sir ?r'a' hesitation, nnd expressed at" band baud with their Democratic the strength of his iniHl-'i-t was ever running, .
one side, and denied on the other, out of attachment, endangers mind should take o'i the loM vvin Son- They go in vvhich itself
()ch 1" cried lie promptly, "niver place i chanuel?, deepeneJ .
examination one inrrovv
mcl North ami i
which the the Union has arUen.On In the further progress of your he thereon brethren of the South a: cmilo\; \ 2
all to id
danper the of the South Caro.liua about the size; at all m-ike llifin tit large as yeconcanicntly day, sayinjj that a inNvintiaiv v< in their to lung tin administralion until its banks caved in. 4
this ground the Convention is charged you array proceedings can for the money" that duy. This 1 agreed to, when she rewarded every means power _
These figure of their
and Virginia Legislatuies. to a proper sense obbga
with the question ofaggres. and off lo her
having begged with a kUs ran .
sion by the non-saveholding! States," [I wish before your vision as most appalling proofs of rue lions and responsibilities lo the country, iam The Mlclupan lllnck f r the Washington .

the South to maik language,] for this i U disloyalty lo the Union. They ate but fur. To Cure a Biig Worm father."The day I visited the capital glad lo be able lo distinguish espcciall JLmumtnt.-The Legislature ot Michigan
jour following
the immediate of the quarrel. We Ihcr developments ofihe plan' the first ger. The following receipt for the cure of ringworms dresses for lately the Whigs of Georgia.AS his made: an appropriation for a block of native

believed came and still believe the minations" of which appeared in Mississippi. is furnished by John S. Skinner.K q. and purchased the wedding my to Mr. Benton you will have observed copper from the Like Superior mine, 3$ .
with .
conscientiously North claimed much, that Congress has I see nothing alarming in them beyond a firm thrt veteran conductor of the Plough, Loom l and bride myself, together e twain preseirs were that I abstained fiom naming him in all rnyprevjous feet lorjg, by li feet wide and 2 feet deep,

too ; and and Anvil.' H it is infallible. I for the ami on Sunday w he either and the inscription : From '.
no of in the determination to maintain their rights ; says letters. I did not believe that was polished bearing
the slavery
power over subject that I Heat a shovel lo a bright red-cover it with made one flesh. as to emblem of her trust in Ujo!
Territories, the common property f all ''neStales. if there be a Secret intention beyond 44 Oa Monday father-in-law, al my request so jolish, reckless, or unprincipled Michigan, ant
: and the to settle it. a few grains Indian corn-press them with my with the Free.Soilers Abolition* Union." 2
; We believe that the exercise of such leave you movers set seveial men at work at getting out tide openly .
would and In alarms for the vafety (If the Union, a cold flat iron. They will burn lo .a coal bou and in the is's. 1 c' uld no: realise in my mind! the possj.bititj .
the Union tr> your build power endanger -
pna'tut discovered null I exude oil the surface of the il it iron, cocoa nut logs to my in church the sing an oc.
this If have it is matter of wonder that you hid not nn on substantial dwelUng, I hat he would dare to become t the leader ol fj: T" Even vyornn (
catastrophe wo met. we indications from other with which rub t the ring .vonn, .1110* after one coiin-e often days a very S.owards the hines Chases, Uidilingses, lave higher than the men in order not (tq .
unfriendly the ,
begged: the question of sion, we shall 41)) feet front 23 feel deep, and 25 feet high, M
aggre lot more applications it will be kilt a* wiib them jry anthrig.-Jcan Pai4
Cooiinue j in that category. We were sincere quarters. You have even heard petitions or two Cur wai completed. This is the only building o if j Roots, Wilmots, and Ti-eston Hinga ; but lu agree [ 4 .
Coagress dead Julius ,
of the Union presented to '
it'tr expressions of sttarS'!.''!*' to the Union, the !


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Tampa Bay, &0. a Norther, and then a risk of ground! Elje jTloribian ticians, who delight in agitation, crimination 1 I Plan of the Administration. I The C&bb. t--Past as d Yretnh,
We have been furnished, for pu1 Again-since the survey of tho lands in } Journal.f and recrimination. It i is their daily food- I A few oflhe advocates of the ..Adminhtration I The .iUrjMitow; from, ,Washington t rlGar,

and IIillsborough.the! State Agents - their stock in trade. Without it, they could i strive to show that Gen. Taylor' schemeof 'that' the \Vhig presses which t' e.

tie following J letter 1 from a gentleman pounced down upon all the good farming R. B. HILTON. & C. E. DYKE, not continue in political life-they would! sink settling the Slavery question by admitting since foretold an early disunion: a lew seeks

nn a visit to Tampa and tho I and located for the State, and so long as EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. eto th level of nothing. These men, both fh, "Cat'I.I I.
California and with other net were mistaken.
doing nothing It is
I ,
Southeastern Florida suicidal ---- well bo to that Gen
parts : pursues her present system, north and south, may compared *T .
ritory, is identical with that of Messrs. Doug | I lor resists all I I effort, for 1
of the farm ,
thpy change
DEAR SIB i-You rrqueol me fo giv will the prosperity, counln'le Saturday, May 4, 1850. quarrelsome dogs on neighboring ; hatin top
Account of my recent tJRii to Tampa Instead of disposing of the land by shelter themselves. in their own walks, and i hs, Ca*s and Clay, supported by'the Wash- plicu confidence in his present advise, Jrcountry

more particularly of the Day iuelf. or otherwise and realizing: from the inter- District COIlenticnDelegates to the Southern threaten, bully, bluster, and set others by their I in:ton Union. The plan Douglas, McClc-r- will regret this determination*. 1h$

la my arrival hare hand much Bald proceeds deriving revenue from the tax. Convention.The ears, but are careful not to meet each other i nand mind others, aims at the disposal of the the {general impression is that Fat
not only the land but also from the half My letters from Florida were I any c{h
thereof and mast conffM I was upon District Convention for the..nominationof way I whole question by giving territorial Govern- I would have been a change for the 31g*
here and read better
) brought into the State.: There I published extensively as
other In find travellers it different from have what I been} and useless (for wo may safely infer that i Delegates to the Southern Convention for I learned on my return. What effect was produced merits, without ihe Pro'ieo'o New Mexico The country will not fail to contrast; tie

yet bo In a situation may sinrlar: to mine. than one half of(hose fine Cotton and the Middle District of Florida, met in Tallahassee by them is not for me to say-I am and Deserrt. at the same time that Californiais principles I of Gen. Taylor's I Constitution' ,,

day after my arrh'alliound instead of lands would I be purchased by our own on Wednesday, the lab instant, and sure they did not tend to increase the agita- admitted as a State. Cun a distinction he tisers with those of the Cabinet of his "

at Tampa Hay I "u Tampa on the, ) the Stale: Legislature plays the part after a short and harmonious session, without tion.Our more marked than that which separates the I i, ut'CE'I ?sor. Every member (Mr. pre.
abroad] has suffered Polk'
dog in the manger to To reputation already
borough of destination.river} some I twenty resolved! miles to all those idle tales of the lands. of Ben- adopting any resolutions of instructions,select. by these foolish bickerings, and manfancy two schemes ? Gen. Taylor dreads the alternative [ net was an opponent of the Wi'mot! Prr, ,.".

place ter the remainder of journey, go and Hillsborough not being adapted to ed the following Delegates : Gen. Charles (. they sep the speedy downfiil of the model republic of offending either the North or the I Of Gen. .1'*)Ior I *15 Cabinet a majority hiss
a boat for thl'trir.'e left Fort it is but necessary to see the crops Dupont and Arthur J. Forman, Esq., and Col. in them. Vain thought We shall South, by \eloing or approving the Proviso, been the supporters of that; obnoxious i princrV

the morning, but from h ad wind and present year. For in both comtics Robert \ Williams, and A. E. Maxwell: Esq.as emerge from the trouble, like pure gold from which might be attached \\otcrrilorial bills.Hence .- The Union thus classifies them : For i'\
find ,fanners who will the fire more rho
strength, inure
I venture are -nrore power I
not reach the mouth of Tampt Bay wi against any }in the State. On my Alternates. The gentlemen chosen arect'C'rJ firmness, more good teclin, and better united his do nothing policy, in regard to the Proviso Messrs. Clayton, Meredith, E""

afternoon. Tho mouth of the bay is I paid more attention to the general way worthy of the honor and of the duty than ever. TIL J. STRAIT. I Territories, in opposition to the proposal to and CuJlamer : Against ;it-Messrs.John'Ili,
by .the two ofJ:1hd, Mang ore ft
t points of the I had done which has been them, to the uniform of Crawford and Preston *
east: and 'flers on the west About cuuntry'than when go- imposed upon them. Such are the sentiments which this genllemin give according system -four |If* three.'L t

five miles apart from this point the ba south. From the land the head of Tampa Bay Every County of the Middle Di"lrict,8u'e from Ohio: ," under the auspices of our our legislation, territorial governments. in point of talent and 1 official! influence, ii*.:
ents the appearance of a at inland > for the ascent is KO seemingly gradual that I perfect is Hamilton, was represented in the Convention. Governor, addresses lo the people of Florida. Gas, Clay and Dickinson; with the entire preponderance Against the South i it firpreer ..

M you proceed its outlets it become imperceptible. From thence to i ihe And rarely, if ever, has there assembled in Such is the abuse and such the insults which} South, indeed with the patriotic spirits of the than ih'it which is indicated br. the nun* r.

circle linct anJ surrounded from the on centre all sides appear by dense' a the land is somewhat broken. Florida a more respectable! intelligent, and with Governor Brown's quasi endorsement, he hole} Union} arc in favor uniting togetherthe icnl dff't; renee. To say not.isg! of Sccreta r)

of pine. On approaching the western I: as you cross the river you again enter (according to our view) more patriotic body' I heaps upon the advocates of the Nashville three questions, California} Doserel and of Sr.jte, held! by Clayton-a provisoijri\Eaof

you find a beautiful} white Rand beach a level country. Passing on through of men than met in the Capitol on Wednesday Convention, and those Southern patriots who, New Mexico, and disposing of them all Io.gflher. posts the Treasury, HornDepartmertam! ]

from marsh with abrupt Bluffs' at ( \ I : COtlltr' you still find it ihe I last. ;; On the other hand Gen. Taylor' Post O.Tice, with their immense pat'
: and with variation to the throughout the South, have taken! the lead in onarye and
or ces fifteen a few in hundred height' t,yards and th.lanJ from the in short man I of the St. 'ltle. How long our fjt.li. The Conventions for nominating candidates arousing the South to a sense of her dinner, i Cabinet with Benton! Seward, Hale, and all influence, arts in the hinds of XlJri!. rn rr.faanJProruomen

to attain an elevation of eighty to one: s will continue to spend their thou' -anls for the Eastern and WcMern Dintriclt were to and for the vindication of Let rights. But he i the Free Soilers! are in favor of separating -two cfrhem. CIJUamer and

died feet. Wo passed thi evening ;! abroad: in the pursuit of health and assemble respectively at Ocala and at Mari- docs not condemn all the Southern p"npe.-! these matters, fold; admitting California l-y Citing, art scanty! I I-a* oSj-crionaWe!. in&nSoutli

habitation we had been since leaving time, which alone is to will much d'.lermint"-Lut to be deprecated ab. I anna. There is no doubt that Florida will !: There are those among\ <. (" the great body ) j I.: herscK We showed, this last week by republishing -!. than Hale: ned: GidJ.ngs. The SOUth.

Brook. It was beautifully situated u; : send a full Delegation' to Ni; 'h\ilp.! from the organ oflhe Cabinet f, the ern rivm'icrs! Crawfbr.J; Preston and
arm of the bay-the residence of u Mr.( )' State, and which i is ever HO injurious I I who, he thinks, are ,sober, quiet, peaceable, I.1

On the approach of night we landed at )country, I am opinion so soon as she Democratic State Convention.The I I disposed to mind their own business, and let Republic, an endorsement! of Benton's course. son, po-sejs little or nn patronage( a"d f PI.
are removed from the That Administration srhemo is t'ntirf"ly. ercis little: influence. Mr. Pul!:, in I his i
.r', Point, where we /found oysters country wil proceedings of the meeting held in others alone : that i is to say, being interpre. I I Ort'
t to be ascribed to our citizens as a ( different from tint of the If the while
nmjorily Senate Message adhering to the
size would vie with the famed Blue while other ."I. Tallahassee for the appointment of ted, are ready, with the meekness of martyrs I gon principle i !
Slate boast of delegates
in flivor which : can I led Dickinson Cass and Foote. i is of the :Missouri :
yet Kurpascing them : by Clay, Compromise which excluded
Springs in the interior or places of to the State Convention will he fjund ill to how their necks lo the yoke! and graciously
fine sheephead and such other; etceteras auo.tercolumn. asserted in all the accounts which out from slavery! from Oregon, '
go distinctly stated t : b'IJI'd
House ;1c resort on the Sea Coast, FloriJi- It will he seen that the Lower submit to tclatever'I'h. J. Strait and 1 his Free
us a supper an Irving epicure boa'tofa combination of them all at Washington.! The Baltimore Patriot, (received veto any bill applying! the proviso t..>
Soil friends!
IIH'm.u Y territory
impn.se 1'1,
have ended. With: the dawn we were Mineral Springs are suggested as the place, may upon
Bay. Yours this devoted to the South of that line. Has
In motion and oon arrived at Pliilipi's! : truly, and the 3d MONDAY OF/ JUNE is recommended says he, it cannot be denied that she! (the morning.) a paper Gen Taylor iai.:

on which is itmted Ii Suto'h mound, n South) is troub'ed wilh some noisy unprincipled I Administration: while attempting to secure mated any such p-rrpose ? Has he no been
the of holding the Convention. :
pile covering three-fourths} of an acre as day, I favor for Gen. Tiiylor! most distinctly: admits again and again: called upon to condemn that
politician who delight in agitation, Vc.
Public Meeting. We and < :
g base, and rising to the height ofslHeII: hope to see a prompt general movement the difference between his policy :and Ir.ClaJ's. measure ? But wnpn and where h.is h, dons
from .the beach ft i is undoubtedly: lie \\ rerahe'! to previous notice a mepli g of in behalf of the Convention in the Stale. Who an* these agitators ?1"'h)', doubtless i "
Take the following tuU ? When has h shown
? _
art and formed the chief work of dt'f of Washington County I without -- while Ih'ing.11'. Calhoun was chief of them. any dispositionwe

those extensive fortifications which : {'! of party, assembled at Mossey Hill. Eastern Delegates. Since his death, Butler, Troup, SInrkey, It I j" not to be denied that since the recommendations trill not say to favor the SOJlh-m'! to d,>

easily to be traced covering half mile! rJOih ins'ant! : We learn from the Jacksonville Republi. Clingnmn, Hammond, Hunter, Yu'ee' Davis, made in the in" vsig of the President i- I her even the sl.erp.sf j-jxt ce. Cans Dou'-'a' ,

Tho'viow from the summit oflhe m') I, t Long, Esq., explained hri.Hy can that the Convention for the Bas! and communicating the California constitution Dickinson, ViTeWer, l IHai, BucJ:1n.1n.-:1:
and Morton in ihe list. The.
I had seen much of j the meeting, and on the are prominent i to Congress he questions have become
truly grand. lorio/ j host of Northern Democrats have
I I So'ith, met at Ocala on the J."ith ultimo, and their frluwcr110 not forward to and therefore! tienounceti!
WASHINGTON are diffi-
scenery, but the appearance of this '(' l : T.BOlt.1 c.dKd riore complicated, more
bay, us the sun! ro'e in the< East, I had I' Chair, and A. lit MILLEK appointed appointed Gen. J. M. Hernandez and Col. I succumb to Wilmot and Executive Provi. cu't of settlement! separately. It ii for this | this doctrine. Oir Southern President i is si.i l.I l.

seen surpassed. Worth's I bay or Safety' '+! 1 1) B. M. Pearson as Delegates I the Nashville! I <, are, for their devotion to the : oath, reason tint Mr.I Cby advocates the uniting oflhim I i I lent ai the dead.: -We aIs' our readers to l li, jkon

Lour, being a small bay three miles lo ; | : few pertinent rpm trka from the Convention. These are gentlemen of high 1"0 (, Brown's in one ;rand 1T&l'uwrcfor IJ 1ce.r.. ;his picture"-Mr. Polk President, and
contemptuously compared, by W.
two wide, forms the head of Tnmpa nit J Jis Geo. 1 F. Balzel, Esq. moved that a character, in whose hands the interests of the | hope he will he successful t in tb patriotic! j Buchanan Marcy, and Tuacey, Northern
of eulogist, to quarrel!wine dogs. They delight work he has undertaken! and xvil
connected by a channel ;; eight appointed to draft rest : we not i "
mile wide and thirteen feet deep It ],I: expressive of the views entertained by Slate. \ m be safe. in agitation ;" without: it they could! not ]I doubt t that he will be successful.! But if it i i men in his Cabinet ail opposed to the Pro.Ar .

doubled!) the safest harbour I ever saw, ; in relation to the infractions tit r --- ------- continue In public life," says TII. J. Strait." : shall turn out that it is not pos-ihh'! in any \'i.'Q : .

b'aeltcifd on all tides The rights of the South the Northern Daguerreotypes I contingency, to unite a majorith&th! homesj I then look on thra:"
lecurl.jJ i I} Those desirous of I It t i is t.rirrrif: lmH, then, that makes all the.
t D'iguerreanLikeue
nf water in this !bay i is fifteen feet. j:i > j in support of any mBa"nre looking to the I Gen. Taylor (inurn) IVesiVforir, and Cia!.
East of this bay: }s IWric's P ,int, ( i i l.mRtlrO The following t Committee >fses, may have them executed in (\-1 1I trouble Is that the filctl"e I .should like to settlement of the v..hoe! of the questions! in one 'Ion, :Meredith. Col'amer!' and Ilwing. NorthI .

tongue of land which extends into !:i pplintld, wiz : Geo. F. Baltzel), Jacob I cellent style by) applying at the room of Dr. !:| have a response fr.m1'ssrc. Cabell!!, J orIon, j bill, why, then there is the ]plan of the President .I ern inn in his: Cabine', all advocate of the

about one rniie and a half. It is ) j|i i ', Stephen Daniel, Sam! H. Mitchell, I PALMER, above the Clothing Store of Messrs. and Ynlee, and the rest. These gentleman which: avoids the whole difficulty(} by I Proviso. How stands the
situated far business Evans, Stephen J. Iloche., Wash leaving the disputed point? to be settled by th<* | comparison Wet
as a place j I Bull & Pratorins. As the Doctor will remain are all now In I'IJi.icalliti., and are all advocate 1;
To connect the head ofTarnpiBay Wood and David W. Palmer ; who, re- people! uho are to inhabit the 'territories! and ,t need cot answer. '
St. Joseph's! on the gulf would not ::| for deliberation. TtV Committee le- only a short! tim, they should call at an I : of the Southern Contention. If this admits California as a State into the Union l:
I : "The Union other .
more than a canal of two miles by this :: and through their Chairman Geo. F. ('Iirl.d). We have little doubt that he will indeed I be true ; if fir the purpose of con tin- with the constitution which she herself has Washington an
t! the : satisfaction. uing in office they arc opposing the innocent l ,rmt>d." i;i! cratic presses are endeavoring to nvifje it ap.
for all trnall craft would be an !Inland! pa j!; replied following resolutions: vice that Gen. Taylor! h opprsed to the

instead of around Point Pinnta*. I \ j i'I,i movements of the North then they are not I Ii Gen. Taylor's! policy receives the commondition i!I j i pear riotic positions *>f Webster and Clay." pat.

voted with the perusal of two maps i ResoJccJ, That the procrp/Tngs of a 1 niLlGIOl'-Ttlc'II. eting at the :\It.tho.1 i. worthy of their laces. Ytt such wo isirJer. of the t Free Soilers!' grnerally, whilsthe 1 Rictimznd ( Va.) R'zublican.

Bay the one taken by Lieu' Pane by i t! held! ) al :MjJatna:: ?? tIle (Ijtll j)} tdis i : Church ;in ihi city, which we mentioned :, stand to be the charge which finds i its !,
rection of Gfn. Wort', the other 11.!> the ; I.hlt I way i opposite! course meets little: favor among \Vy S If nr.v tintGinri! Tayhr i ill
!I| our entire; concurrence, and we approve I in our last an still' in progress, closed on 'I II among the people through the of our i
crnment Coat: IJr't.-rs. In every IJrooJ."u] the : oflhat agency i Northern Whigs and fanatics. As evidenceof vppo"ed to the patriotic poaitrons of Webster

material hey I fully agree. There ml: ]f luorrt re'soutiI"That 1, : in our opinion meeting. 'I Thursday night, the 2
slight difference in depth of water. : cftll United Slates has no power Ite'I I has been an addition of forty.five pt"rsonitll j I Who again we act!;, arc the noisy: unprincipled 4 Enquirer, the organ of Se\v.ir.l; in Newt .. of ncz.a top-ef keepiag ;he sliTcrrycouJroveriy :

surveys canno'' be doubted and show a I t to establish or abolish! Slavery! in any the Methodi&l 'Lurch, and some fifty conversions. politicians: ," i if it be not the gentlemen I Y' rk city : : open for fut'ire agitation and con.tendon. .
of water from Epirita Santo Bay to the : however I i -
acquired.: A citizen of the I
whom have
named and their
of Tampa Bay sufficient(! for the largest !I States has the right i of residence with ] we .associates "Senator Siward clirps expressly his I.I And neither the XaiionulIreliigen-.

of merchant ships. ((1 I think you can : I i in such Territory, and entitled to I It will be seen, from a portion of a corniri. and co-laborers ? Al whom: rise! in pMitiei.1: I' full concurrence in that proposition; hi; entire t cer nor tha Republic, the adminiatration, or-

a copy of the Government Survey' i priviledges conferred t by the Constitu I nicatiori addressed (to Gov. Brown, and by him hft;*," can these imputations pointed! ; airain: *. icSli'ignnx adopt the pd-cy if inncliriiy. \j: sans ia this city: dare say to the contrary.

Department t at Washington.) I I Laws of the United states i I furnished to the Sentinel, which we publish what o'hprs' are these insult!!* hurled ? We I I cf creiliny President n') new Trrrifori'il, (rnrfrnmenis" \I!, The whit papers of the Sj.oh; greatly! ms.t .
Lis decided which ihe ha
Gen. Worth gnve it as Resolved That in i suggested. j I
opinion know none that are more than these- t
that this bay ought to be the 01'1 any below, thai one Th. J. Strait" has taken up l[ toad public! opinion in that portioa ot'the Un
upon other than a full, entire and The Albany Journal, another Seward
\in the South. Wo pa.1
communication cither by Canal or I settlement of the question, will be the cudgels in behalf of his Excellency, and in supposed them, however, I | ion, by asser ing that General Taylor is infavor
and Atlantic and he not to be unprincipled such i is the { per-a paper which took strong grounds !i
between the Gulf! c, inexpedient and unsafe. denunciation of the Nashville Convention.! ; yet I I cf ihe (patriotic: pnshions of M''hars
well known, so far as Geographical charge. Thoy are not r.;linct t Webster's! speech-us,athi following! I
i above resolutions! "Th. J. Strait" writes from that hot bed only unj.rncip"d: ; : i Webster t and Cwy. On the contrary he iscvmalerely
being read and ad-
extended, Lad ample means "f\\ :: lai in reference to Bern.tonand'fayor. .
edge complimentary
they are an offset t to : Garrason Fred igunnge
Giddings, in the interests and under+ :the in.I .
base this opinion viewing the ground by the Chairman of the Committee, Abolition, Cincinnati: in the Stale of I
Will Southern ; read
Douglas, an.! with them :likened Whigs
adopted. are in quarrelsome tl'Jencc.If 3Iessrs. Clayton: Ewing.: Seward,
fond not reling upon the reports of unanimously) We are not, therefore, surprised at his commendation
So far afc a good, safe and ,' motion of J.mrl M. Long, Esq. the of the Governor of Florida ; nor I d,)&,." "They. shelter I 11.E'rJHP\'t"s! it 1 I I and the free sailabaditionirs of thsNorh.Irclsiaz'on : .

bour and one easy (>f access, with appointed a Committee of six lo their own walks, and threaten, bully!! IIa: teand ill"" Iu this most t mbarros !ngcri i is Col. Ben- Union.
of for all commercial I 1ate to the meeting the names of three do we at nil question' his veraci'y' when he .. others inn is bearijtjr hirn"elf nobly. The came of I
depth water ) set by the ears, but are careful: not I
: to the District Convention, to meet says his Excl'lleucJ\ 'st has had; a Free S"il and <-f Freedom owes him
concerned I would Tampa.lJa ill I 7nUdl'-1 I 'c.-'I.p"C' is i
say ) to meet each other half (Should :\1.-.1 i f PirJ.e Apples, 4 now grow:1s
i on the find Monday: of next wide circulation here in ( way. Ac'ifo Gen. Taylor, he ;s the mom on .
passed in the South aid but few that can May ; ( hio.-com'ncnt.J) : l I' on the Piazz of the Magnolia Hotr;p, a tnig:
into competition. Its! whole length is was composed of the follow- I upon, and much praised." MUCH PHAISKD h Th. J. Slr.iil"come to Florida after this i no [ the hopes of Freed--m Inng. When other '|:. ni:cent Pine Apple upon: its: native stem.-

two miles, and breadth twelve to ftecn, viz : James M. Long, Wni. No doubt of that fact. Ohio i is precisely the [ one can say that ha is careful not to meet" who could have saved us, and en \\hfvn w i This hi-autitnl tropical plant we h..liem'lY
John A. Hill!!, Bennett .\ ;Martin i I hate been accustomed to rely} h'>H hark Col.
The country on the X.orlh and East i is I the objects of his scorn and abuse halfway.: ) be succe-sfully l cultivated here, with a lire: :
lon and Lawson Daniel. quarter where such' document from such a Benton rushes in, and as I '"t'rilIJt'lit'H will
pine land whilst that on the West is And the | protection occasionally)' in the winter. There
hilly through which flow streams that I Committee after! retiringeporl..J the source are appreciated. Corwin, Chase, Governor of Florida consents to beho bp the inMrutn'Mit:, under Pro\idence!; of rescuing ,I I art now everal growing here, brought fr"mI
of the following gentlemen Gen. F. and it is often that channel through which ribaldry like thisis and preserving precious principles! ard sacred i
vie with mountain rills in purity. Point : : Root, Giddings-- not they Indian River by Mr. Ilargl.t, a settler at that

loi, the ridge of high land which .i Ashley H. Miller and Jacob White. and their constituents have their palates sweet- i addressed to the advocates of Southern rights." I i I place Th'>ri? hnsheiMi no d n1CUIJ: in grow.

Tampa Bay from the Gulf, is about .I report was recived and on motion was ned by such a morsel from the South. Senator rights Was not his own denunciation of theagitators" We add a few sentences from the \\Yn hing. !. ing the fruit then, and at no very future day:
five miles in and from six to nine !J adopted. II it will h.! an important article ofexptrt. We
length Morton, if we recollect rightly, said it and friends of the Southern Convention ton Correspondence of the Boston Courier; I
motion: of D. W. Palmer i
This abounds in mineral have also! ripe Lnnnn.is, iVc. raisel -
country } bitter enough, that he must avail himself : the author of which has been most decided in guavas
The far famed D? Sate spring, the That we deem it a proper and was Netter suited to the region of Buffalo, (the :i 1 :In this City, lie! present t"ason.1) three

C perpetual youth, rises immediately occasion to express our deep regret rallying ground Abolition and Free Soil,) of the permission of the author: to pour : his condemnation of Webs'er! and his: approval I j;| fruits will succeed with little: :! cul iva'iin: or

Beach at what Is called Duboig's Point. dispensation of Providence in rernov- than to Florida. We agree with him. We upon them this shower of abuse and contempt : of Tajlor's policy. Speaking of the late I'| protection, with a mo.eraN| dlIlio.Ji

properties arc highly mineral, and )' i l1thi" time from the council oflhe na. do not wonder that it has b-en published and from his admirer in Ohio. It i is a poor p... discussion between Cln.*and Benton, he says. : ''I''I'I 'i I Florida can b** made to bt not only the land

edified by some of lh" inhabitants \ I our highly} distinguished and much es- tense that one portion of the letter related to I l!j Jrf1'"'" but the land, of fruits. The fig,
much praised" both in Buffalo and Cincin : .It was a singular sight IhrO' hol1r.Ir..
of the almost miraculous cures effected citizen, JOHN C. CALHOUN. the clim s'i, lJie: Date, the Plum! + the On".Jge. the Vine,
(' and products of the State. That Clay fad the dUuninnists i and the democracy in
water. was received and adopted unanim .J the Pearl, Nrctari'ies.( &1.'. all ll'uri h here,
was entirely unconnected with and general, while Benton headed tlr? main whit
Duboig's Point is one (the most I Omitting what relates 'to the climate, &c. separate: t I j and we can readily add ihe tropical fruits.i .-
force. The of the
find the Bay. Its motion it was ordered that a copy of of Florida which have } from the rest ; and if it was worthy of publication sympathies whig spectatorswere ;i .\ to fl>wrs. but oftli.it we will! talk another
places you upon wa no objection, we all with B-Miton, while Clay was the 'III|
of fashionable resort i is proceedings be forwarded respectively there was nothing to prevent its publication ; l lime.-Ancient City.
a place give tho concluding portion of this epistle! : of the democrat The whigoC'aJmirt'd and
delegation in Congress, and be furn I
being a pine level twelve feel by itsc.f. No force is added to its state cheered the The dernncrtt II
tide-a Ll'8utifulIJf'8ch to walk or to the Floridian & Journal and Florida Your manifesto has had a wide circulation great expun er. I An Arrest.-.\ rn 111 by the n im* Henry
ments by the villainous abuse of Southern t! idolized and glorified the embodiment."
for imle _ny.nX.laN> "f nrrpfcK I by, for publication. here--commented upon, and much praised. great j E. lluicliius( was arrested in ihs: city: nil Sat-

water. But thus you may sum up in motion the meeting auj turned.WASHINGTON Coining from an cxlrcmo Southern official, men which follows it. The probability ratheris This writer means by \Vhigs\ Northern i today morning, by coisibe!: iZ',seU, and

place a climate the finest in the TABOR, Chm'n. containing so much just and conservative matter that that was only intended as a sort of Whigs for the Whig o' the South, here pro. t't'IJ ought before Justice P. 31. Russell, on supt-

winters are mild, seldom you ever see fit MILLER, Secretary. and high-toned patriotism, and sent to vantage ground a favorable position from Libly included "disujionists"all: went of being an abolition! t mis;rf. After

thin one killing frost and the the world at the precise time such a documentwas which the attack would come with the I among I examination, no one appearing lit pros-'cite.
tempered by the mild breezes of the i Noble Act.--We are infoimed by a let. most needed, has greatly! contributed to greater Ii with Clay. ho was released! rn condition .that he would!

far from being so oppressive as is California received last evening from its influence. Withal, backer] by Mr. Web- strength and rfiect. Yet it will avail nothing. ,,' The Boston Attat, the leading Whig paper leave the, city within forty eight hours.

more Northern latitudes. Mineral George Hcrt, that Mr. King, a Ger. stcr'a masterly constitutional speech in the We hope that the Southern people will not I be I''I of New England, which has characterized it.*. Savaitali iVe -5, April 22.Tun .

various kinds-remotenrss from every who was a member oflhe company thai Senate, a death blow has been given to the deterred by imputations such as WP have pub- ,, self by most decided opposition to IVehster'sspeech of

which can engender] the death dealing tins. city last spring, became separated evil effects likely to have been produced by lished. And surely wo are mistaken, if the advocates the GREAT WEST.-A Correspondent
ria-Aquatic or land excursions, as it his party on the route: and they, suppos. Ihe regular assembling of that convention. policy of the Admin-:: I a \\cIt rn paper saws, :
the tastes-the salt bath-all these are he Lad been killed or captured by the No obstacle now stands in the way of a fair people of Florida will be led to approve of our I ration, but denounces the scheme of unitingthe 4. The s')tech of Senator Douglass! gives 1-
settlement of all difficulties: Governor's opposition to the Southern Convention .' an itIctinp!_ ,'f time a;! rllactillp't'r\ ot lu*..'
rd to the invalid, and for the man in *, went on without him. Since then and a return to slavery questions in one hill as a hell!) "

pleasure, the disciple of old Isaac or Hess learned that Mr. King, lifter he brotherhood, unless we suffer ourselves to bo by any endorsement, or vote of thanks, ., broth full of foul and loathsome: ingredients.*' \t'.t. The destiny "f the 1'mo.t is already ,

er cube chase, beta you may riot separate from his parly, wandered led about by a few eatch.penny politicians, or songs praises, or snouts applause r wl.ich IiI, the hands vfthc Western JJdi'f.J.lion. Let
Two facts! in this connection (fail! to Gtnl: ii the it is-safe!
the for whose whole capital stock consistedin cannot us [thank : conviction that
sports to satiety. I saw but one country twpnty.three days, Jiving originally he may obtain in Ohio. We wonder that he
j cient--an Hotel. I would cay to frogs and anything he could procure, to getting up this suicidal agitation, and riding arrest she attention: of thinking men I Ihl'ollh. in their hand They are mostly oflhe Ply
ofcr.terprise who w f.1u'0 find a Gold I the cravings of hunger.-On the into office on ephemeral platforms, {built upon does not hlu h with shame at complimentsfrom nut the South. The first is, the ttctlhat the mouth stock, from the land of the school house,

establish an Hotel at Tampa and it )- day ho came arcoss an encamp the waves of contending factions. A better such a quarter. Well may he ask. (and Northern Whig presses, which oppose WebRter's and the piii.ting press ; and they can" be truoi-

coon vie with! tho moot famous In the belonging to the Snake tribe Indians, feeling here prevails among all classes and may the people ask,) what have I done that late patriotic speech, sustlin the Administration : (d'in time of our country's danger.

States,and should
! Atlantic Railroad bo on Tampa Bay, They humanely gave him to eat and visions of the Constitution, come what may. scheme of settlement l on the! ? ground a strong Taylor: Whi.. paper, speaks thus :

pt editing travel from the North, my lik, and bowed him every kindness ; Let ma say, however, that no disposition ever The True Northern Ol'trillr.Tbp. Albany that it h more favorable 'to the Free Soilers h Thel hig party in this city is getting '0

&&u it, Ballston and Saratoga would find after he expressed a wish by signs to join! pervaded this community to act otherwise Evening Journal, of the 4th inst., gives than Webster's policy. The second is, that have as many sfripes a* a Z bra. Like thoschismatics

Various cauws have contributed. : f emigrants again, one of them look him than faithfully towards all parts of this great six outs very long columns to a series of ox-up even Mr. Clay, hostile as has i I.pen his uni. of old ono r f i. fir Paul, and anothpr -

provrmentu at this place. First thn his mule and carried him to Fort Hall, country, and particularly to their Southern tracts from newspapers published in New form towards the South for sc.inebo.-ly! els'. There are CIwhiI.; .
course he
of the. { of one hundred and thirty miles. brethren. yet even Webster} i'eward whig,
lishment a military post on York-fifty-six in number-all exalting the ;a>'!Ior whigs whig
had wherewith reward The difficulty never lay in the bodyof cannot go the length of Benton! and tin! Administration "
now kown as Tampa or Fort Brooke, King nothing to great spppch: of Senator Seward as the o:/ly true and all! sorts of whig*.
&puclu\ atid around which emigrants I Indian for the kindness which he had the people, but in a few reckless unprincipled Northern doctrine on the subject of slavery.We in opposition to the interests of Soil GJ i'mor.T&

affording protection and supply of roa u him ; but upon being informed! of the demagogues who made up in noise, this portion of the Confederacy.Was Reprcaf cf a Free of Pennsylvania
facilities of obtaining tupplics in 1642, -, some of the emigrants at Fort what they lacked in numbers and talent. It learn that from the New Orleans Pica. House olRepresentaiives} Oftht Mate otre f

vantages continued to draw the hu ill ( proffered( Io this noble.ton of the fnrert will be ever thin i ri nil countries. The Southis ynne. And yet the South is told to fold! her thorp, then, ever rn A'm*n 3lration, bate. re used M oiileihe printing,
Country to that point, but the material ,' gull nod come trw. IIIdUell he not free from (his difficulty The great arms and lie diwn in peace not even excepting those of the two Adams', I !; ami.sl.ivery! menage fiee-soil, m'tts-

i ;ages against Fort Brooke nnd in : : <.d< Ie actept iiurh a noble and. dims b hJp.f her people are sober,quiet' peaceable, which so utterly forfeited all claim upon Southern The North American and other! at this 1 an,1 I Utf.
to be is seldom recorded, even di{isosed tn mind their, own business, and letotl1'erll The papers are gr -ally enrag-J .
Tampa Bay, are too glaring ( act among growing Tobacco plant in Kentuckyis confidence! and support t as that now in tie! of the IIoi3tf: its IInl- ,. ft.noqncp <
it is impossible! for I haunts of civilization, and is worthy the alone-I know this from actual expo- majorrty
overlooked, as said have
to been mtjorit1in
get severely injured by the 1 Can two candid men differ in There is democratic
rience it cannot bo denied that she is power any wred terms. !
drawing over five feet water to go I (*t rated ufpraiit.-r-/a ra Clllt''Of"/;! ",,, ; yet '
with noli- recent fro:!. their ilf cttion this 1 the House.ct .
two and A 4talf or .three rwilci to Fort lrouW om* noisy, unprincipled on question ,




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From (he Seodiw. District Convention.On .Lirnea T. Archer- M. D. Papy, P. B. Brokaw, Correspondence cf lie Cl.arlti-ton! Courier. A llj>ff landlord.-One night a j'Hgc, a Court of Probate. -. .

Letter from Hr. CabriLHOCVE UYdtiPsday, ih Cittl thy of May, A. D. D. W. Gwynn.O.i WASHINGTON, April 23. military officer, and a priest all npphed for PTATKOrFtCniD.\,93. J AT CH4MEETWtsfciptfon -.

or UwniKsicTrTATivr 1950, the IMrp-ites ie1.'e.4] by ||| sevei J ; notion, it was An executive iues age was received fromtre biijiinc al an inn when* there was but cr.r* tl. matter Cronty.of '."n Fnilh.Gi) ;lia-ch idi..n S.ii i'SO.IN .n brt. '

April 18, 1850. Counties in the Middle District of Florida to Resolved, That the names of the Chairman : President today, m the Senate, which spare bed. and th* landlord was cai"tl! upnn to i;. :K-M,. minor ?nir of Robert R.IS*.J
: Sir To rotnoro any misapprehension lect IHeaatos) Jo the Nashville Convention, and Secretary be added to the list of Delegates. was surmised, by some, to be th? convention decide which bad the best claim of the three. On the petition Stephen J Roch jrJ.T Af.

? assemble! at the Capitol in Tallahawc ; and On motion, the meeting adjourned. with Great Britain on the of C-ntral *. I have lain fifteen years in the garrison at Long. securlii.i, r3SlT.si tout Si a 'mith. Goardna
of the puMiPlM subject
1cb may edit in consequence for the of ai aoresaidrn! y be required Ie site new securities ,.
DUVAL Cliairnan. I _
purpose organizing, ARTHUR J. JOHN P. ) American affi the Oceanic Canal &c. B, said the officer. sat as judge
rs, defadf therecf. that said
n of tb'i' leucr of Messrs. Yulce! & Morton FORM AN was called to the Char! and A. THOMAS J. HODSON, Secretary.Cort Tho contents of the communication have not, twenty years in R," said .he judge. With in Smith lieu of be petitionfM.reraoTcd ir >or m in aid Guardian hip: It appearinsj .

to the Editor of the Republican, ntvl! your K. ALLISON appointed Secretary. however transpired..l'e your leave gentlemen I have stood in the ministry to t'P aliih''tion of thi* Cfturf that said *

pomments thcrcori, in the Sentinel of the 9'Vi Mr. Stephens mc\cd that a Committee of tjoiidcneccftit Baltimore Sun enale were a short time in Executive twenty-five sears at N," said the priest. Sion Smith. Gmidun of R. bert E Ross. miner heir '.

that I shouM that the two tTiembeis, (f.om! earh Cou.jiy be appointed; WASHINGTON, April 21. ; 8rts7on and confirmed the and Tbat settles tbe dispute," Raid the landlord. of Robert Ru**. deceased, rt-aidra btjcnd the limit!* ..
\pril it is prcjKT say long pending fif the State cf Flstida. bat in etc ef the Slate cf .
letter," tddrrsscd by the Senators from to repojt on l the! credentials ot the Delegates The :iomprnmi C'lirnni'tee: appointed on nv.'ch talked of( nomination of Monsieur Hud- 4 You, Mr. Captain, have lain fifteen years the United Ststci, to wit: tnt Stated Mississippi.i

joint Governor Drown, from the several Counties. Fridiy: last, tuvo already W1 a meeting, and erheit us Consul at Lions. M. H. had been you, Mr. 'Judge, have sat twenty years : but so that notica cf said! prtitionen c*rnot b wntd t> tt.
and myself, I IIi r
Florida The following named gentlemen were accordingly seem to have agreed on the fu'i wing : her five months, urgrt' and awaiting hi the aged pastor ha* stood live-and-twi-nty upon l.in :
written nnd signed before thn receipt o< \iz be has the best right lo the is thfrefort OriintJ. Thaf ttes,5ion Fmilh.Gaardlan .
IMS appointed, : so certainly
confirmation. years
1st. To report a bill for the admission of A Mr. Lmney: ofR I., was as afor ,aSd,d<>appear ird answri aid p -
Governor ll.'s letter to me, of the 31st of From Cadsden County,-C. II. Dupont, S. California, : and the establishment of leiritoral, ) confirmed n* Charge of Atuirs, at what placeI titioner within four months frcia the date cf the

January. Supposing that our letter to tin* B. Stephens. governments in the Utah and New Mexico. i: did not !eatn. first lublication of !thi, order, or the said p'4iio'F

had been mailed and !le patched be. From \IVoL-uila-S. B. Richardson. 2d. They report a separate bill! for the Ret.tlernent The Senate was thinly attended-the Commi'itee MARRIED.On will be taken n ronf'SiiMl, and (lh<* prayer thf reef '
Governor From Leon R. S. H. Brockenbrough. 25lh at the reideneeofCCTi. Krantrd : FrorilrJ, Thai a copy of this ordT bpuliliihetl '
Hayuard.V.. liberal which Thursday, April ,
of the Texas Mr. Calhoun's
fore the receipt of his letter to me, I did not boundary, by a accompanied remains once a week for (tour men!Its tn son ncws- .
compensation lo that Slate. hnd several oth.r Senators being ah. Wm. Eailcy in Jefferson County by the R
cibibit the latter to either cf our Senators for From Jefferson-William Bailey, Elias E.Blackburn. 3d. To make such amendments to the law Rent or indisposed. The galleries were mea Smith, Dr. THOMPSON 0. LAMAR, oi Otl .rd, TATCR.Jii.Isre ,,. ,

several Jays. Mr. Yulee, think, diJ not see of 1793, for the recovery fugitive slates, as ger, and the d
it at all. He informs nw that he retained the From -Vd fwo.i-.Johti C. McGehee, C. L. shall afford security to the South. about eight in the morning the crowd moved (jam Bailey,of Jefferson County Florida.fe Anril 27. 1W. 16 4m

joint letter in hi possession for some days, to Cariith. 4th.! ToabolUh! the slave trade in the Dis- in procession from the Capital to the steamboat ? >- The Micon Telegh and MiliedgeMile Recorder Teacher Wanted. .

J tare a copy taken-I was not advised of lias Who, having retired for afew nrrmtes, returned (net of Columbia by extending the laws of wharf. The rem\ins) of Mr. Calhoun will please copy. A TE rilFR i wanted to taVecbarce, of theC ntreville t.

. and repotted through their Chairman, Maryland over it. were interred in a metallic Burial case-not At theresidince of A.McLeolon7hursby,25h .t1. M oonte Acaier! mediately. A u's-

Before.Thi: C. II. iorftt; the following list, viz : Little cr no doubt is entertained but that all the same which was used at the fun.ral-that Apnl, by John W. Anderson, EH} Mr B. F. LUNT- stnable cornenQation will If I.en to one of approved

statement will explain the seeming discrepancy From Gadsdfn County-C. II. Dupont, S. these bills will! pass both !Houses! by icspcctiblc hiing of tin. The case is made of cd&t iron, 1-N'G to Miss CATHARINE A-, daughter of Mr. A. quilifiiatiou. For paiticnlrfr apply tatha .

between your facts and dates, and the B. otepbiMis, Richard J-irrot, J. H. \Vffier! majorities. bn.nzfd, and hermetically! scaled with met '.l. M"Le, all of the County of Ma4isnn..f Board of TrUiteea. R K CALL. Pift.T .

declaration of Messrs. Yulee nnd Morton, that A. J. Formin Thomas Monroe, P. W. White, In regard to the Texas Inundary. it is not lie pa-te. There was no pal! over it when --- --- i K.:: CAR\ Sec'y.

1 Governor Brown did not communicate to the Jesse McCall, A. K. Allison, U'. W. Groom. yet decided whether that matter will come ,u;> taken fro n the Capital, and no ormmcnt but OBITUARY.Departed WM. THOMPSON
From Lewi-Robert S. Hay\\crd, John in bill whether k-ndrnl rosettes on the handles. On the lid is inscrib.ed J. HLTOT.C. : .
u fcoparate or as a this life on the 3J ultimo, at Pjuldinjr.Misissippi .
and his idea .
C. MOO ?E:
freely frankly ,
delegation "upon Maxwell, J. E. Broome, R. W. William", W. subject, it will be included in the bill for tlie the nimi of the deceased! Statesman, and Mr. AUGUSTUS T. MOORE, formal} K. HEMBRY.;

the subject of the Southern Cu ivfnlion, be. II. Brockenbi ough. R. A. Sliino. Flavius Byrd, admission of California and the establishment date of his birth and of his death. a resident of this city, a;"d 22 yean.He C. C. FLHlCIIEn.!

fore their communication to him, which has William! D. Moseley, C. G. English, Bryant of the territorial governments in New Mexico Mr. Benton: brought up (for discussion, but has left to mourn his loss a kind father and affectionate .prt27,1SO. 10J.

beei laid before the public. So much, in jus- Groom. and Utah. Should a separate; bill be intro not immediate action, his resolution instructing mother with a lire ci-cle of friends aadacquaintances. .

lice to others. From TI'akulla-S. B. Richardson, James duced, the committee, out of respect for the the Committee Thirteen to make a separate Hewa? not connected with any ue- M. WILLIAMS '
Ormond S. E. Mathers. Henry Mash. the each referred lo them and TJi1t received per Schr. W. R. Pettes. from.
on s'liyect
oldest Senator, will probably recommend report ,
L As the personal end political friend of Gov. nomination of Christ's Ch'irc, bit xras a prtfes r IL New Orleans.
From Jefferson-William Bailey, James of Mr. Benton's bill.Tomorrow not to combine any I two or more measures.
passage of faith in Lord and Siviour, and died with
? ernr Brown, I addressed him n. private letter Scott, W. R. Taylor, William Scru gs MariJn is fixed upon for an argument lie maJ an ing Miioti? speech, but M r. Clay Christian's our hope of iramorfility and unfading bliss.eb a. Flosr, Bacon SUes and Sfcodders, hie

on the 20th January, an extract from which Palmer, E. E. Blackburn, B. W. Taylor, on parliamentary usages between the uHe! aid he should, when he replied, turn his anIhorities Maik Hogshead choice Ercwn Sujarr
the and behold the
. perfect nan upright, lorIhe
have published, to advise him that we K. M. Moore. Senator (M r. Benton) and the Nestor" of against him. Mr. Bcnton's o't.'ctis For sale! as low a* any" one else.
you of that rBB.
end man is ( eace. S. 3. April -r*. I'iI. I > it.
would, through him, recommend the people of From Madison-Lucius Church, D. II. the Senate, (Mr. Clay.) I rather think that to SiLO! that it is i unparliamentary lo combine _ _ -- t ,

send to the Nashville Mays, John S. Broome, C. L. Caru'.h, Wm. wisdom will triumph over age, though! Mr. two subjects in one bill. M r. I'enton Died in Grimes County,Texas,on the 10th March 3L S. THOHSOU'S
Florida to delegates
P. J. C. McGehce. asserted bet into the ls't, of Tjphvis Fever, Mr'. MARTHA, wife of
Moseley, Benton: has entiench, himself behind four that Csi.ifornia: was ayed Anti-Biliious Anti-lVIcrcurial
Convention. The paper I enclosed was not The ro'l' being called ai.d a quorum being quarto volumes which he has commiltel] to hands of her enemies-that the Committee John J. Tuiner, formerly of Levn Coutty, Florida. .
Pills .
the j
afterwards addressed to him, over my individiml Convention proceeded to the election of a Pr<*- The treaty between the UnifJ Slates: and and that she would he lucky, if she got into Moa.l.iy evening, 20th ult oi Pneumonia, Mr. SI'- A FEBRIFUGE afire, C.t tt.artic.superior DiKrfticSiimui.ii to Calomel, faring lEnicrna AUerXi. <*

signature, on or about the 12th Feb sideiji. and his Excellency ex-Governor WM. England in regard to the Nicangua: Cam!, :he Union at all. After eight weeks delay, ii HORN: HOLCOMH recently of Aiabanw, aged a- !;o<;n?, 1)ih.ieiic.ud! Detcisje.it.which nmperirsHI .

D. MOSELEY, being nominated, was unan.irnou has been, signed and will, no JonVi, be ratified. was now certain that she must wait a fortnight bout .11 I year. combination tt>ak hem useful in Fetr, Liver
ruary. elected and conducted to the longer for the Co'itmittee oflhirteen to chi: Comp'tHit! Pva;>epsa.: Biileu: and Nenron Ci-
After the letter had been written ly was The British Ambassador; SHcrificed hm! elf in report, tz$ MontpometV paper- picas crv.
joint Hoiaf c.'I, in whfrb .
rel-evinj cases
eases curia?
Chair Mosrs. McGehee and Dupout. and for the absent Senators to return. Then,
by Bailey, the most agreeable manner in the uorld! and
I received his an article to c1t3r15e u nerdei} if upfvn a fair 'rial
and, as I supposed, despatched, .t vielded precisely all those points without! the war would begin in earnest. How long Regular Meeting1.A the turrh3er is net satiMitd. the money (*iOcen -.,

reply, dated Hist January, when I immediatelv On motion, ROBEKT S. IIA\WARD was which he and Mr. Clayton knew, it would be it would! be waged here, he did not Know, but A Rir.ULAR M KETIG of J jck on Lodge, per boT.> will; be cheerfcliy refunded. Theab .

nude tome addition to the communication elected Secretary. in vain to expect liie treaty to be ratified by the one thing he was determined upon-that he JX 1 No. 1, will ha hold al Ma-ionic Hall irrtovenirg Pills, will always. be loond NASH nt f*>-ttwrn'f i.
accompanying my letter of the 20th, suggested R. WILLIAMS an'I l WILLIAM B.ULEY Senate. The British Government yields thepotectorate would never peitnit any bill to pass connecting < at th? ii-mal hours Brethien will Drq6s, iaiihasee TAYLCR.iH Ft..rif,.
were elected Vice Presidents. anJ weie con ihe Coast she California with other subject, until! he lake due notice, aiul g'vt'rl tliemselve acc.>rdin2ly.U ; .
over Mosquito as any
by the remarks uf the Governor, and sent it to i.rui-rof thfV.. M. :; Pi'Nwiltbe k ">t con-faatlv f n lizncl Iw
This communication was published in ducted to their seats by Messrs. McGehee anclDujont. does I the ti ithit of occupancy, of conslnjcin had exhausted every nvans ol parliamentary } CHARLES r:. DYKE, Secretary. Nah & Tyt'r. Talhba <(-?; J. T. 1krrie i z, Man.fliICP1 .
and ganiaoriing fort, die. The American : lesIsiance. May 4. 1S.-,0. 17 ; .3.. M Si. \V. P. 24.rvin, Monticel..i; Jot'n'

the fame number of th* SetitinHhirh cor. On evidence being adduced sitisfaciory' to company to huve i lit' preference in the constructjun Mr. Benton noticed, in a tone of severity, S. \V>chf, Chtrry Lake, *nJ Dr. XViiiratn A. Bua-

tined the corrcspi nlci.cc 1-etween the Gov.cinor the Con\ention. J. Carraivay Smith was admitteOln : of the Canal, provided the woik l Ibe some remarks that fell, the oth 'r iliy.! from Medicines, Toilet Articles, 6tc.W son April, .( sni..nviUe.20. 1S50 15 41*

and the Delegation." a seat in the place of Martin Pal! commenced \\ithin tw.kt' months, otherwise :Mr.i Borland. M r. Borland had said tl .it hf

It is perhaps proper that I should state further mer, a Delegate from Jelferbon, who failed to all other countries bating the sune rizilt. did not' approe of .\l r. Benlon's legislative _'__' NASH & TAYLOR inform their $20 Reward. t
i '
attend. I am al.-n happy to slit that our negntia- truing ; he would condemn it, Ac; Mr.n! tTLU resoecsfuliy AWAY lr m the saharribrr.slxmt the S t t ,
= that
that after we had resolved to recommend 'T. ;; 11- end? aivl the pt.bitr, they RA
On motitn of Mr. Blackburn, the Convention lions with Mexico, for the Tehuan'epec' route, I ton said it was nr>t a proper remark for zi Senator TJ: have jr.t rocpiv.-d a now Mipnlj of cood?, Jr>tnry lasta light cmnfilpxioned ia'roit.i(

the people of Florida to send tM 'gates took a tecess of half an Lour. are about to be crowned with succes. A with whom be was not oi speaking terms, _-_ cons tm <>f Medicines, Perfumery, named PKlSCK.; about 20 yeaiaof ase. abnnr five

to the Nashville Convention, one of our Senalirs At the expiration of which tim*>, th** Convrnticn route practicable for \\aijf.ns and mules has tomuke-ihat be should! considering their per Soapa &c., d.5., 'S h1411. ad kd to th 'ir ti.rmi-r feet > rr 10 i: rhihsh, ro'jnd fares!, remarfcaMybmtnt'lul
ft and hands
white teeth v'rv large l it
proposed that we should address the peo. rc-asspmbk-d, and were called to ordor already been constructed, and the nece .irj sonal relation, bate forbone to speak of him o/k.! nearly not tong complf s.i".re rw Ladies ived m ad: k(>Gentlemen* thur a soifrrieaf that- 10 slow in in* speech.and d'awU cut his wcrrf!*r-hen;

pie directly. To this \ objected, on the ground by the President.On finds subscribed to &:ab.isii: a lai' ofsten'er personally, &r. do not wi..h te ptucnase Medicine--. CU and ex- iu-erinp a question. N > farticn'ur msrk* about
motion of Mr. McGehee, the Convon- from New Orleans lo Gi u.t;S7icuaco! -at"4fr'uj Mr. lorntd! rrpllerl in a very cleliheralt* amine our lnck ol Perfumery, Soap*, S.c- ; h:$ hiviv hj nhich he coulJ be recognized. It isprhable
that it might be rejjTiled na indicative of wanlof !be dmewhrre in the ,ci hb' rfiOt$
[ be i >
lion then proceeded to elect two Delegates to Teiiuaniepec to, San I'tanc-isco. Tlit and calm manner! but his words took a direcliou May 4, IS3. 17GrnCradIs&c. ta-iy
confidence in and for. the Governor i of Tlvjrfl conify,npor iahe having t.en brtn fa
respect the Natbville! Cc'ivrr.tion. distance aveil tiii1 in to that caused the Vice President several '
by route comparison tkl connly.; The above revrau! will be pat.) for fiisife
of the State. I thought hat ttch a camrnuntcatitn Mr. Jctelee) nominated; Chas. II. Dupont ; tint of Panama, \\ill Lu about i.OUO rn les-, tunes to in'erpose.' But ?>Ir. Borland said he cou&uucuect ia auj jiil, s& that tcaajre! braHASH

shou'J be
Executive Majl; !tmlr of the tate. If he ap. % !ho w >re both unanimously elcctod.! (ten days sooner tnn! by the ;present route. tisserte,). Mr. Benton rejoined; that jIbe Sc lit Ildr.iiles and Scythe Sron Sc.pchoppy, Ha- April 13, IS5J 11E1tV 14 2o -

of our recorn-nf ndation. n I hope j Lcwau'd I Previous to this vote being taken, R. S.ILijWdtd Tlie dun ttC of the I tlmus Tehuantepec: is repeated it, it would be indecorous and tin'rne. 1| it.ch Manilla nope,suitable (lor Cotton presses

pr-ived moved, to lay on the table the Reso. perfectly salubrious, and the entirely The Vice President called Mr. Renton to or and S.iw MillU'wle -*
I country
he would cive it his olurial ancton. I I'ttion to go into the election of! Delegates, for (lee from fevers. der. Mr. Benton said be spoke of whit might and narrow bar Swede Iron, SPRING QOOt3.rrtllr. their
German Steel, N'aiU. Heavy Hollow \Vare s&'crihpr ar<* j jn't pp r.inj pvin
If he iffrred! from u our cunnujnicationwooll : I !IR purpose of first introducing certain ReSt)- be untrue in future. Tbe Vice President said Plantation Haua MiiU.&c. Sc. L Srock. wh-ch has Ivt-n well and carefully selected

L)1i'Y' I bft hid before the public, anc I Julianshich he read, which motion, to lay [Transmitcd for the Jlal.'iuorc Amrrican.] that it was not in order to allege that a S 'i Fors.ileby GEO. II. MEGI.N'X'SS. : by an experienced ha!> l, cormisfim; ol Maple

have the same effect as one a lPressed to the on the table, was lost by 5 yeas, 2tj na \s. atom might say whit was tnitru So. the colloquy May 3, iso. 17IbVSheriTs and FjnVy Pry G<" i*. (hrtut', G'oeeriw, Oils.Pain's .
CINCINNATI. APRIL 23. ItoUovr-wnfp. Srationry. ,
pope.! My guggostion was adopted. I am, i Whereupon Mr. Harvard resigned his seat asi AWFUL Sri: '.xr BO\T .IUCIflCNT.-OE passed off. It wotil seem that Mr. Benton Sale.TN Furnitn.-i, and Giaa. Cl i a Delegate from the County oi Leon, and ie- M r. Foote and Mr. Borlaid: Lave b 'en
best motives. with thin needed by the planter and bw family A*
therefore, with the ar I HCNDREU LivEs LOST.-A terrible steamboat froi the Circuit ;?
I tired fro.ti the oflice of Secretary, and Thomas waging a triangulur war. I untiersta'id. purstm-e rt a Decree ret part of ocrstwk in b"tvht siiii cash, wzre
earnest desire to avoid all ground of offence- Monroe was appointed to fill the vacancy thus disat.T, attended by ff.nfiil lo( of life, however, that there is now no open hostility JL Court of r.e'in C'wut; made 2">thpril ard Tru-, Cotn-ISW. enabled to give good bargain*. ?len.e rail au* >re*.
occurred tnis morning almut! one o'clerk.. I h"reintEetittea Lie! in3urave Kc-X AUGHT & )fMo'ItL|
fr the unfortunate :
or complaint, responsible occasioned. between; M r. Borland, nnd ll r. Footp. panpUip'iff.\ anil Alexander tkv.r d-f.-n-
The splendid steamer. Belle! of the West, Newport, April 13, IS30. 14
collision between the Executive of our State Mr. Allison submitted the following Resolution The Select Committee on the $iraca in (the hit, I 1.i'p1pyieti upon and! will expose' for sale b-
which cleared from this loil- with
in the Federal Council \iz : port Senate have h-l a nveiing but done nothing.I lore he rt-hoiipd""r ntheCity el Tjilaha* -
and her Representatives ,
California bound fl St. Louis had! ihe described London Porter.i" : .
emigrant >r in the fir-t Monday in Jane nest, Imiomng _
Resolved! That the Delegates \\lio have I they will report notl.inj the .
[presume ;
Cone but a mile below Warsaw Ivy., when property to wif: } CASKS, quarts and f4rbt. i II't reefing w& Got-
been, or be hereafter, elected by the sev.cr.il fids, as to the observation! f all. : Paul azed *
I find fault with no man for differing from may her boiler burbled. It is co'ifi lently asseitcd $ open Save-Cak.) 'daw.lOjears ; rttolc bv McNAL"' Ilt &. ORStOI'D.N .
Districts, to the Southern Convention to Mr. Foote siys lie is perfectly well convinced a'!, jut 35earo ; M >nderf ill?, ae4 ah.utfliII.ett "i> year* ; .- porr, April 15 1, 1S3O. M _
me In opinion on any question, but I deplore, assemble in Nashville in June' neO, be recog. that not less than one hundred prisons were that, if be had challenged ioiiio! wliep Vi-it >' yearITlirabtfth; aseil abunt &)
the exhibition of distracted burned to death and drowned. The scene ears ; >niJ 'a'oY. .tc-H .tbnnt 21! year*.
deeply deplore nized by ll is Convention as Delegates of the their altrica'inri occurred a few weeks ago, j of se.iicrn five, Saratoga Water. f
that followed the explosion Is represen'ed! as I.inds-Tbe S<' n h$ & t iparter
counsel firnocg Southern men, on subjects of State at large. l entoi: woo'.d b'ixe: endeavored] having been one of The most awful wf- > the fast half of tn'? fftith quarter s 7/1 DOZEN (qwr's: > Congress Water, just rft-
ever :
such vital moment. I may be wrong, and Which was ndop'.ed. sent to the IVnitentiaiy. iiirJer the duel act. live, all ol Towristu.j: one North. Range two 1'a.t. r; \) ceived and l :r '.ile KyXAt.TGirr
> >d the Western rivers. The
On motion of Mr. S'cplipns.: it was n< cf on The House was engaged yesterday in avery ronainlijg! two hunched ardfcrt} 37-100.v re-,ranrr ?!.- i GRMONOuNrwport ri
those who differ from me right, as to the course their lives ,
saved by irnm"dialely jumping overboard or t lr .<. April 13. l liX It
Ordered, That the Convention proceed to exciiii.g Ii'CUS'.i'Jll! ri r. Htehard-!
to be pursued by the South to protect itself, and s vimniuig ashore. The BePe! of upon LPSIO.! npr>n a* t h<- property of sail rfefen Jant. and .
the election of Alternate Delegate \xheie- fur Select Committee
SOli's raising
rC5LtiliOtIS \ .
; be sold in irtur ni i-'d coder iil decree.
to Books.
but I sadly fear that the difficulty or impossibi'ity upon A. E. Maxwell!, having been nominated the West was owned in this city, and was insured of lime members to inquire into the ll.c's ALv'llP.D A. FlSUEfl, bhtriff. .
for $ OOO. She is said be totally FINE: eb'cmioi of the Neres! ct tedai. U'-

fatal to cur common interests. H. Yeidier, both were unanimously) >lected. allowance of the Chickasaw claim for SlOl000 ),- and TravpU.co h1.taboLdt's Travels! Iv4EabI r| in Me
Not wishing to before the public M r. BrocktMibrough introduced certain Reso'uiions SECOND DISPITCH. by the Secretary of the Inieiior. Scrneof I Lis Grirtg &.c.. for ?al brMcNAUGUT ______
appear MADISON, APRIL 23. :, No- '-' > and .!ti 1 GoLTa'tTM.NUVCiOV.cot.iFR :- S OMQNt.
adopted at the Leon County' meeting the Whigs, and particularly: Mr. Yinton. of
will for tins *. DROOMF *
pardon me < ASP
again, you t-Aitig o An eye witness to the horrible worm attended OF Newport, April 13, !>->O. 14
casion to express my surprise that I should be of 29th March, which, at his instance, an-l trie destruction ofthe Belle oflliBVes Ohio, resisted the proposition fora Committee, 4r.Rrr r.tEETT Nr.w YOKK -The. without; any lorther, action thereon, were read on the ground that it presupposed; something tor sale, of their own r>inii .icture? their irprovcd -
charged with favoring disunion. This charge and ordeierl tn be sjnead on the journals. which it appears was burnt instead having He was in favor culling on the Stcetary patent Sii le aid !) 'iiie Cvlimlcr Pr.ifinjPrc Paintings and Er.gravingi.
burst her boiler furn she-j, f.icts in wrong. md h't k sv.irt.j Card Prii't- SMALL l and '-boice ,>s'u'rtrnen! frMrX hvn.
I have seen sometimes directly] made, and On motion! of Mr. Blackburn, it was *orne ; con (for a report of the facts ; but the House -.f., tcr neiper: ; ; ; Presses. A AUGHT & CflMOND.teuort .
r.f'ctiniiiih the ing M.-chir Proof IVios Iltdranlic
IJe I thai the
more frequently intimattvi. A forcrd construction Ordered, That the proceedings of this Con. fire calamity. PIJS I ordereJ'ibe Committee. with wrozirt Iron Cylinder?, Gc-rs l and otn' t April I-1, 1 .'>. M _
was discnre.ed about! 12 o'clock! in the
certain passages in the letter of Messrs vention be printed in ail the neiars| | published hold and she Mr. Ewing bad not asked for any invei!igntion Standing Prf- ; aNoJ Lithro .raphtc anJ Cnnner-
in Tallahassee, end that the Secretary was iintu-diiitrly) run ashore. as Mr. Crawford did in the Galpbincase. plate Presses Cinders' Maten.tl &.C &.r. Cii sp, S.F.BURNEY1TOULI

Yulce. Morton and myself disconnected ft on: j furnish a copy to eaih of our Senators and She was fist, and stage ;,hnks run otit. Up t'a that 1 to this moment the flami-s had not burst forth. ., &.C.. rontantlv on ha 'd, aid: every article ne- fc tarseircl
their context, may justify sufjriricn Representative in Congrcbs.Oi The Convnice! !! in the Galphin case are for Prin'iaR Otfice. inrlutlin > friends and s>ie public g rtMlK" it' ?*
The after hatch wa tie; said for the re think an amendment of the Constitution of the motion was purpose every d.iy in session, and are making a thorough Type and I lr tlc, f.irniht..i! on the tno'-t far* ra'i'.e _
article bolls
Ltney aa
of cc.mprUtDviy:
United States necessary to the security of the Ordered, That the Delegates elected be [ fitting water: in'o the hold but sn invest ig'ttion.Quinine. term Printers, pitIcr4: an.l r-thcrs, wishinz t. sta'Tewti.lhy -Id in this market-sit t-f which te
furnifeii with certificates of heir election rapid was the tush of the flun-s; that all ef. establish n News per, or J<>', ).llee, will be ftirni ; .
daitY.to. ?
But how has ,
Southern States. man who is rcci iving
any forts them hil with estimate for the in detail, it'tlt
lo of same
quell m were no avail, and the an ; l-.s().
the PrefciJei.t and untersi ned
signed by c by .-A correspondent fates that so ircd made to ordir drjs irigs. Iron
read my speech, lately delivered in the House entire boat became a blazing ruin. The total Machinery or -
the Secretary of this Convention.On has been; the increased demand (for the and /Yii Calling* to orJtr. They alo manuiac- .
of Representatives, auJ my letter to Governor number of passengers is estimated: at four grea Turpentine Axes, 6cc.FRrsH 4
motion the Convention then adjourned article of eolphate quinine in ibis country, "irp s: oei ior cast te >ll milt pi'N crtrt'S-t uf,circular
Brown, can honestly ariivc at the conclusion sine' die. hundred, among whom were two companies that the lOiS and older aw*, a supplY of which they kc'ep c intaMlv supply nf! the above Ae; alo, I V.
of California, emigrants and about thirty fm.i'ies as a remedial agent, price. gone < on hind. R IIOE ,S. ('0. \ 10, ll.vnl 12 <"v' Piow?, exira points ; Sands
that I atn in favor of insisting on any amend W. D. MOSELEV', PrcsiJcnt. removing WoMward. It is Ascertain d in five years from less than two up to four and N. n.-Pioprietfr3cf newspipers, who will insert & Sjiear'* <"ul ard iVronsbt Nj ls.ic .c. .

ment of the Constitution, or even an advocate THOMAS MCNEOK, Secretary. ; a ball dullais per ounce.-iY. 1" Tribune. the advertisement three limes an.! gent! n a number Received per Bnsj Fn-plntr.sird tar sate tr.
from ll'f "
regisfr that over sixty souls perished, (bwLtcYV. .
of their cor.taininf if, will be entitled to payment MNAL4T
of dissolution of the Union, I confess I paper ; .$.- 7
a cannot !
and probably have been lost rnr'I'rv
Democratic Meeting. as many more on parchasinR of us fi>ur tiroes tte amount cf JO. r.
Texas Scat of: Government.-Tbe I Houston I -
concrire. Such slanders may have the whose names uere not enrolled., !! Such was ? their hit!. -
Telegraph of the ll'h' ins ., st>s i.at! rrlalrettlrr.S 17 Cottor1antati3n for Sale. .
I In accordance with previous notic. a res.pcctablc the progiessof the fire that before the Mav J, 1S-V
effect of creating prejudice against me, and passcngers have been lereived at Austin, pit ing
number of the Democratic of nr fry le hi, a1iabe 1L3. .
party co'ild of th" r s
cut all
get t state I Netice.SIX "pHEsiSs-rrber
those who think with me. and thus break the Lron County assembled! at the Court Hou&c, between the rooms comrntmicalion that plac a majoiity of 900) votes overall other 1 TATIOV, ss'uaJml: sis niles ci.d a hal frcmTal'.jhassfe
alter Cabin, and th"
force of a recommendation of measures in. in TallaLabsec $ the 27th places fir the seat of Government. Thi U'eek* after date I ihnll apply tthe o'or- en the Th.-raasvile! t'd, cor.jiiting nl
on atuiday
April, forward part of t'.e boat vas cut off and alleither is of the Rio Grande Judae ot ProSile of Leon Omty, for bt- 720 acr of snpenor Cc.t ton t.tr-5 *>a Te' ot which
tended to the Union, nn-'i to >rotcc, ult. majority independent the lv t.ite of Stborn H( itcnmb. -
jweienr j were compelled to jump over !'i atd <)tperUh teN of Atlmini-tiAlion on sire il .rfd. and the rrmairuln Ic. the n odi.5 It has
inrialaic the. Constitution of the. United States (;f.n. JOHN'! P. DUVAL was called to the in the fl.unes. At the lime the dec!; vote, which is doubtless almost unanimous deceased, late of said ('iuntv. "n if a '-,','. rt.t''>!f Dueling H >use, g-\xi Kegro
Chair and THOMAS J. IIoUsON for Austin. Of the result, therefore, no doubt? MJT -I I. IbVJ. 17 G. C. ST. JOTiygQX. and *, til
are however, but slanders, agains req'tcstcd' to Ml in, a lady and gentleman, with a child in h1ti'ie.. tn 15ot.j9. Screw, impr* BWiit
:. act as Secretary. his appears to be entertained. Tbe value of prop. new, and ir will be r;old( nn reasonnbl tftia?, as the
which shall not attempt to defend myself. I Iccy The object! of the Mated arms, were standing between the chim. is said to be rapidly advancing in Austin.St. Notice. subscriner bus determined tr> zo to Cd ifcrBJi. F'c
meeting being by city
nies. A lar. e number ol horses and cattle I after date, the unJersijnjd.Admin- inltirrnatton.enquire at tht O S'e, or to the *ub-tri-
letter and speech do not refute thi-m, nothing the Chairman, a Commillee ; Week*
was appointed, IPOTIR
were burnt to death. 1 of William Then, oWe-sed, will apply scr on the Phr.taticn.
I cao now say will have the effect. I reiterate consisting of the Hon. James E. Hioome, M.I l.I l. Louis, April 18.' -Tbe trial of young lo the (Honorable Court of Prouite It-r Leon County, ROBERT II.! IIALt _

every sentiment of that letter and I). Papy, Dr. Elliot, Jesse Willis, and Dr. Profits of ihe Pacific 312c-8.-A; correspondont Montesquieu for the murder Barnurn closed lor an order to sell the U'i ol S. Ei of Section 2l>, Mieh 1. 1A 10

to the of at Uric! Wright, Esq., counsel Township 0, Ranije 2, N. aid H.
Germany, repott names Delegates "f the New York Sun that the to-day noon.
them and them I frtand says THCUS .
peecI. By on SIMEON! now Irn. :
to represent this County in the prop:.ted Con. steam ships running between Panama and for the Stale, occupied two hours and a half
.with them, I fall.I ional Convention. San Francisco in his address to the court and jury. The assortment of wii'e 1 h/n, s>t S. 9. srd UI< ia*
gres cabin
on an 150 AN
carry average SchcontrAbrll
} recci fd
forPtc i
uifable /
rhe-> < per
am, respect Itilly. The CommiiicR, made ths following Report, pasfeengdrs each way at 300 each, and 2.(1() jury are deliberating upon a verdict-it is DAGUROTYPELIKENESSES.p.ii :_ snd for aU ty .

Your obedient servant, thro.igh their Chairman : steerage passengers at $150 each, thus real probable they will not agree. : .Mc AUGUT &. OKIJOKD. '

E. C. CAIJELL.Jos. Your Committee bejj leave to report, that izing 8105,000. The rxp'-nses do not ex.ceed PALMER :%wi --rr. March 0. IS-'O. 9 : _

considering it a settled fact that the Demo 855,700, BO that the profits of 'ihe roy The Galena Advertiser learns thai a band VST'ILL continue his Daguerrcaa Rocs open ten I ,

CLHHV, Esq., cratic putty of Florida intend to meet in Convntion in alone, are 8100,300. Ad.l of Sioux Indians under their Chief Little \V dlsyct. \7. O.'H. DAVIS,
Editor of the Sentinel, Tallahassee FaIt age passengers attacked of Secure tni shadow TC the substance perish.N. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
for the of nominating a can. Crow, had recently a family Chip.petvas 4.
purpose to this the freight, say $ ,OUO, and the profit B. tie inal-io prepared in PLUG INSERT ON
and murdered i hem all. his abode at Tallahawe, end will
didatc for in the at Falls Croix. (tiken 1
Congress, at t
Representative .
amounts to $117.300.Execution PI V'OT, CLEASC, and EXTRACT TELTH.jc HAS in ha Courts of the Middle( DLtiict, i
U stated that the Rev. Mr. Hastings (bi! election to be held on the first Monday in Oclobrr ( >- Koom*. abuse Bull &, i'ratoriua store, at the I Jacks- Ccur.ties.
Fra'ttlia! and
I/oKlnti, has been appuirlcJ( by Mr. Cuss next, respectfully e< gget that taMCon.vention Ordered.-At Boston, the GOT. Naral ..Ciecuilon.-It is said that as the old office! ol the Sentinel. and of rct 0, l -:sn. 9Provisions ;

jCLaplaiu to the United States L" atioii ri assemble at Hie Lower Mineral ernor and Council, htier a full hearing of the U. S. idoor! of-war Germantown was recently April 27, 1S50. 16 ;- .

Rome, anJ the Gotornnient; urine!!to..* hn Springs, on the Siiwannee River, on the parties, have ordered the enience! of deuil ;passing out of the harbor of St. Thomas, a Notice.OIX &c. ; .

Sunday at the Embassy irmc I third Hth in June In di mm was run to the yard armIt will be BARRELS '
preaching etery Monday ( ) tier! pronounced upon Daniel H. Pearson, by the up months after the first publicatian of this no- JIES3 PORK. .
44 ;
( iMOfi u-hicS! ih<* E'ifliti! Lave been vain.. charge of f the duty assigned them, they fur. Supreme Judicial Court, for the murder of bis remembered that a serious mutiny occurred onboard O tice I shell tpply to the Hon. Janes E. Bioojne, 6 dn. Fume do. .t

Jy *ndf.iv. ni: to oban: Inc the last mtj, ther recommend lo this meeting the appoin'. wife and two children lo be carried into effect,, this vessel wbi'e lying in Hampton Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a dL-ehar 5 Kens Leaf Lard .

ment cf tin* following! named perwns as Del.. Friday, July 26, was fixed for the day ofexecuUon. .. Roads, just pretious to bar sailing on herpre.trnt trom the admin: lrat! ..rship of Leon of the estate Florida.uf'George 2 1 hhtl.half barre clear!side Cranberrifi Eocon, .I _
..' 'os-iid Convention the of which will cruise. Tiio actors in that mutiny Yoandeceased, 'ate dmiity :
ficm take ,
:,; Ct County ) place in the JaU yard DAVID D. YOUNG, 1 do. shouldt-r d Tie ini j' in fnq, :eijjhut is reining at the I Leon : at East Carnbiidge. vere thought }Jo have been too leniently dealt -Mlm'r. of George Ycunz. lect-a,ed.I" 10 bSts."Sr. I.roiFlonr.. :

r.P, ol tv/a mitliunji of tio'lhrs' per mo.ithinpMrt F. A. Byrd 3f James IIcMerneRR, Jacob El- witb. Theso facts tales in connection with March !1->'')- ''u "m: 5 d. pitT1zi: Potetrcs.I ... t

rt ruts rn to be mul* i 1,1 I ih*, lint, Thomas Laveiuage, B. F. 'biti.r| W. The new Mayor of Pittshurg: having !had t: the circumstance mentioned above, are piii.fii'.Iy H. BRADFORD, tO bash Kb;*. flaetir:' 'VKt Gulf, Cottar. Ste), I _
f.vrnJ McGehce Fortran Chaires drunken man before him who had been '! S'jggeMive: of an opinion that on th'n, na k
di-partmtrnis, tnd, it is behcvrd: thai 3. Benj. Byio. pick JU barrtU Kt-ctififd Whukey. V *
jica they are completed ihe mint will Lible < Joseph L. Bryan, Jesse M. Robinson) '1'. '%'. od up out of the dilcb, before a rum tavern p on another memorable occasion, a su.nrairy T4aY AT LTajjahasscc \ Just tcc'd. per schr W. R. Pefte and for ,tl!e by .

to coin at Irast 83r>UO,900 per month, Brevard, George WhitfieM, John Miller, Jas. dismissed the prisoner, but fined tbo taverrkeeker I execution has been deemed necessary. !! Florida. McN&UGHT ; Pfl1OND-

VT $2QOOOOQpet annum. H. Branch, R. B. Hilton, Jame W. pabnry, five dollars 1ostoi Journal, April 20. & 15 Newport, March S, 1550 S ,: Fd

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I FACILITY-SECURITY- UITY.r cgalTyliddle & Sounial.! Business (! aris, S.r. CAl/liu.t ...AllAhi

1)CftOtt) A inn l, mm.. ,um. ..i fnc'ttt

a*,, of tttSarwpuniU.fln, n( P. T.j
$900,000. Circuit of Florida. PUBLISHED EVERY SITTRIUY EVEMXG.T Cotton Brokerage.BEHJIY It, W>i ta ,. ii,. .I. %

GADSDEX COUNTY CIRCUIT JIu..lb'CSLig' it flI.V.r: ;: .
COUR .j ,,
In Chancery. n u M s : & SOWIE3, r. ,,. -

OF SEW YOBK-SO. 33 WALL *T., if paid in advance. ( N aJd.tirn lo their busite,4 as Auctioneers and rna.ta.esu1s.,4 Pue1j ,. et .
I-abella Ward \Hsperannura :he
) purpn. r.tf.a.aa cri
Hbr .
AccunjlafeJ Fund, NOT. lit, I13, *). Vt. > Bill for Divorce. THREE .*ND itI.5. if paid wiihin six uioun.s. I. Crmmis --; OtPOT 0 tl.e of COTTON for ,,
NET)>. tecnrtlf: ln'ceJ: in Bond* and Mortgage FJward F. Ward. > FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid unuilthc' end ihoen selling planter* and olhtr OK.V6V.VC otgx.qz. Ocr, i.
: vho nor find it convenient attend and wait
- o ml **t&te i in fhn citv and Brooklyn, and ctockief ; r r havun been made toaopeartoth atiifalion of z-Theaeteima will be rigidly adhered to, and or the may" arrival of the steamer."lo tteing ?.uIhuI.! ha'iPim u i :. 0.4 flr. b..

ib. Stile and C.tj of New.York and United Statei j_ the JuJ e of this Court, by affidavit duly filed sslLbediContinUed untilall avre.r3..bire he always or. are% nd hn tnirnr cr'..* itu e.t ..(
no paper spot, i Key will be ready to take anjadvangeotfhe
3erntnenl. amn-i; the pipers in this ca'i/-thit the'ijjd Edwa d paid mnte sat the opl"n of tbe publishers Suv market (hat offer.Samflesmay ?fticp4S Oftr, VK .Y.q ,,.. .y,

This fund ii rapidly increasingly i wtddy extern- F. U'ard, Ihe defendant Iheabove l'itrei! out -criher4 will be received f<" tiiree inonihs at Ore belch may! for exhibition. Charges moJ-

led aad riroiptiou* bu in i. fl thin District and beyond the limits of the State Dollar irnonlhj at 1 :io.< Every outer i-r n '
-* rate aid rr.ade.
Tit COTE declared diviJeod of profits of fittvtwo of Florida and in the State of Alabama pri.rapt returns
pin f : of this .,unt% tnut be acc<.mi aMod wif
Paper out January 0 1S50. 52 tf
percent oa all eiuting policies on the 3ltt // isheieby Ordered, That the said defendant be the cash, unlej-* the order comes through any of out ,

January. I' 1S. required to appear andanswrrthis fill! of Complaint regularly authorized agents in the Stale. LEWIS & AMES '
the Insured within three month* from thU dale aid in default ,
AU the Profit are dlviJai amo-ag p1 ,. .. ,
4. r thereof. the siid Bill shall be taken conftMO q'
Tae premiumi are payable iticj h aniu1ty, semi.avuath pro A D V E K T13 n >f n N T S DEST.rILs fN
added the ajyin t (he said defendant, and the cau,e shill beer
or quirterly interest being on forbearing at the nest Term of the Circuit Will he inserted at the rate of OneDohlarper square DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS OILS

defmed pavmenU. thu Court, in said County of Gad iotted! Hy Co-npsny erare ,
Tne ca* i ; reasonable deduction
insertion. A
day in MJV: next : Pro tided. That publication !
ta the partiel wuose bcncSi the intura ce* this Order be made in omc public neu'-paptr published will !tue made on l-Kal notice*, estatenoticr.year- BRUSHES AKD COLOR.

are effected, the wh tie ol the advantages, without alteralifi.! luvinj AlOIICsIrjCS' fila: is M'nrr AT.HP
of in this State once a week for th>* peiiod ol Iv notices by persons .
ijbjectin? them 14. the heavy drawback accumulated three hunt hs. February 1 l 'xt regular account with tire ottee. HE above constantly on handand forsile at the

premium note THOMAS RALTZELL, ..TuJe.A All announcements ot candidates for otlice, FIVE -L low eat market priceri.
riron raty *flcl insurance on their own lives nLL.tRs-nvariab1v, in alvance. No attention
muned womenran in- GAY'S true cnpv- Attest.R. LEWIS &. AMES.
and the live"of others. \
LIFTER Clerk. will be to urderfor announcementunlcs? Tallahassee November
benefit of which C paid any 20.1 1547. 13
varetheiifrot her b )in l.
EXTRACT OF CANCHALAGUA February y, K'J.' 5 3m accompannd with the ash.
of herself
are gcc-ireJ by law fur the evctui. use or All relizious. nrnrtiije, and o'jilmry noticeS pub SIMON TOWLE. 1AVI\ND D. PAPT \

children. A CALIFOUM.V) l L\XT OF 1ttItC State of Florida.GADSDEN lished iiraluilo'i'lv ; but editorial notices fur private .TOWLE &. PAPY

Cl r .:men and all other* InenJfnt upon salaries .Mii!>IC Al, VIRTUES.A benefit, will be charged advtitisctnents.j OLD) DR.) JACOB! TOWNSKND:
ar pev-ially invited sai1thcrn4e1VCS1 a resource AHornrys! find CourscIIors at Lair, TtiEOCIClNAI. I'H( < VKRKR OPTHKficnninc
1 whereby their i.urfiing finnlie* maybe ecu red CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR Durolliy Scott, )
o n WORIC. formed nn auaciation for the Pra'tice
iroin the till f penury. Fever and Jlgne, Consumption, Counts, Cofds, r#. >' Dill for Divorce. HAVING, will attend the several Courts of (Ihe S.irsaparilb.
Pamphlet* explanatory of the arinciplCiof Mutual Jnjluency .Itthnia. Bronchitis, Saojula, Gout, Reuben Scctf. ) We are well prepred to execute Job W-rk, such Middle Circuit of Florida '1*i l>t. Tnwntrmt l I. nnw tbont ?O yeora itf .r. nn4 li (<
Life Insurance, and illaitratinRit* advantage*, IVeitniaiisrn .Vtura/ia lag Lvnhvo appearing; to the 3ti-factinn nf the Court, by a bills, card'., blanks namnphrhets, &r., with neatness and in the Di':fric' Ccuil 50 known KI the .SIJTHOR uin4 t>Ol'KRrit W U,,
Erysip# IT of the U. S at Tallahassee. All bminesser.Irusttd exui.vs: ORIQtXII. 7WsF Vt S 11(5 7t.fftj',,.
be obtained at the woik ot thi
with frtrm of application rna alT.djvit in tlii ca'.nefile | "
Para/sis. Pleunsy Jaundicr, fli/j>(p oflice of the Company 35 Wt IMII e< rj rai. nr4Lt ihe

ageal of this Court, and ont ol the Slate of Fl-rula : the oiTice, mu-l be paid fi-r on 4eh very. C3r Capitol. f im..cribe l t> lwx. us.Iy wIo t.4 prTe.t It wu.vTh. ..,t ku'hV
plaint*, fiillious C'iiniplaiiits, > .
\tirovs.JjJi'cl un February 1 17, 1SJ9. 7 14 vuiiU. It b i.4 res.ch.4 Ih. r< .I mintn ,
TRUSTEES. Cutaneous Disonhi*, Frrrrs in (ifiit-ral, Hrmorhagn. // M Ordered, That the aid Reuben Sr< It do sppear. rv>n* who hid Lern h'tlxl <>r Mire .!. .Ikt aiit,3

B. Collin, David C. C 'ien, Obstructions. Fluxtt, Indigestion, Uc- plead, answer, or demur to *aiuI l Hill ol Coniplaintwiihm Select School for Young Ladies, MEDICAL NOTICE. (glum l atu. pr.> uIuit in nr.-4e! r* nail nHKAUNG

Vftn J.1Ia1'p, Alfred Dd-vard*. prated and Deftctite .Ippttitrs, and all ditrafts I three tnontl.s. or said Hill will be taken proconfco QUINCY. TOXVER.
said defendant and that (because Know!. mjqy tr'nr 15. slit: ab .4! I.V his -kll .rlnn,.
R. If. McCurd, Wra. 1'tIs.Fici. originating inConstipation againi.t l fii4 SCHOOL willcnmmence Dr. Charles T. Darby .mi H) n.iee >li#vivit NO nric>e h..h ..i.! $ ht> i ur\ ..
S. Witutoa, Joseph Blunt, be set for hearmz during the next Term of the milE next se sion of 3ilfe iltftnbte* b> m-inki.il wlauui io. utcia wi.ui.l ?

C. W Fabr.Jiln Iliac G Pearuon, of the Bowels A Gadsden CVnrt in May next : .Ind it ii flutter Ordttfd. L Monday, June lOlb. Having en jzed an accomplished llESPECTFULLYannounces to the public! in eenIX juu.ijeJ ii, fcnue it into nnversi. not.fe. %% h-n it ,,, M ,,., ,

P. Yelverton Henry \VV1N, IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. That this Order be nubli-hed in orne public and experienced Teacher to take cbarge era! tint be IMS permanently located him ell in iutIiies wuuurit ie kown .tnhl *1'p.ci.'i&e.t. lr.,. Iae
State week of t the Mmic Department t this Scnool now atl!. rd* Monticello, Florida, and will[ be found he me in' *re nt'!>li8'l : ihiau.iA'it
Then .-Jwiek, Win Mooie.Zebedee ne\\>paper piiiiledinthi"; t nee a for three af all time .i.vi> t.v> Qff.: /;:/* ntr.rin.iTti
R. Collin Cook, It gives tone anJ vigor to the e.ietke organs, months. i'ebruarx, ; 3, I IiO. every facility fur yoj'igLadits lo acquire a juuod, unless professionally engage.!. Strict attention will ntntictirc4 nu tu* I lircr t .4-e. .n.l i.rtlrit t ir hr j'iI

John Say II. Swift Jona Miller, and is remarkable for it initnaliii g, St. cMeniaig, THO.MS BALTZELL, JuJ e.I. thorough, and accomplished Education. be paid to all professional calls. I mi the Unath! i'n4 trp',4.t "f tti Mmf..r'i.|*cut 1u M, t..n 4
and Rcstoiatite inctoI'te s.f ,1.tetr.tiu.', ..r .1-9 .I.-'u .n.
Plvptiics.Pubik .t1 Solicitor.A J. PHELP5. Principal.Mr May 5,1 Sly. 13GKO.
Comstock I I. FERGUSON
Jjiin Widvvorlh, David A. j t'nlike r ,iiii? # I I' Tim n-wiij it imjwi.- with > 1n
S. M OriHl Robert Shin lei I Ij Admitted ny Dr Tow nsend. Manufacturer truecopv-Attest, PHELPS. ) never ch mcr* l tir P>r th* neitr: .etiu.e i: (>r .'..,i ,, ,t,3.
Jjmei Chamber. of Tmvnsend'k Sarsapdnlla," lo be R. C. LESTER, Clerk. MiHUtttt:\RD, } Teacher W. IIUTChl.VS riSe przicpt liT] H Stmt'ft m.a fhr hlrhe'I IliM.wiri! .>
Gouv.:; M Willcinf .
_ Ciii.r.. mil th I.-.t dir.i.lo- of the i-t. h t> i
Jahn V. L. Prnvn, Jn /.ph Tuckerman, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." Februm 0, 1 1SO. t> 3m Mi- TOWLEi ) > riquiiti In ihif to,.niif'rtur. IM tHt *h i rnCU if4n

M FreJ. W'nttJeey, In corroboratinn of the above read the ,
J' annexed State of Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court.IN c.uiiS.iuI* *iimvtvhith ine.icnI i'1.I.ert.t.. ,.ull kl.
Catrlet Eiy, communication iun*, as ire inert i>r u.riB> ind itti >'s. wnicn ,( r i. n-il 'a ..irejwrn
J<* iaC Crnjer.tV Eicene Duiilh, Couclihhe and Proof Positiu.FKOM CHANCERY. Cisterns on a New Plan. R iimit TO ; it f-T n-r. crmJiu-t fmr'ati0 unit t.i wh.rh im-

l' r Joy. Fra-icisS Lit hrop, Testimony Dill for Injunction and Iltliff. wishing CISTERNS placed] on their 1urinI, 0' the 3f-l..m S,>me ..f in* |p1.twue. ..l >-.r pnn.,
.1. 0. Thai cher. THE CRAKrEXREUG COMI'.tcY. PERSONS Messrs H. BOND, J. W. AnoYLr, D C. WIL O.V, r 4 ./' titnni th'v ei.l ret> VUINfauI- ami tf ,, t thprepardu.'n. t c
JU1r ?41 Grccnup Arnold and Fiances Arnold, J. Lots, in a cheap and d-irabln minn.T. can be accommodated F. H. FL\ CT. J. Hooso and J. T. if lhv ire n.>i i.ru.rt.d nv a ttrtfc >r -..,
B. COLLINS Pttiidei1t.jq.1c Sir:-You art a ware that, ai the original or of the > AnciiER. ,
JO;KPH on application to the sub cribtr at Rn 'wn ABRKTt Urarftnbtrz Company 1 nut l have had my attention : cs. i that has March iO, ISJ'J. 10J. :r.ee wolnitlf printinlll. whit rtiilT J> i.,,. ,.r ,., .,r ,,r ,,n'
Serrttary.JJ5. call tl I to the ,numerou Medicines Reuben Scott Augustus Flurry, VVilliam H. McMil Cambridge. His plan 11 one givenalis- t n unilnr hr't. ore tn. vtrv r,.tmt,.., mulirai prf...... < ttr
DLtTNT. Cavntellnr.JAMfi presc-iitfil lo faction all who have adopted it-a certificate of ..
lan, and Cenjanun C. Weit. L. SHIELDS, it. 3). J. 9. BOrvD, W. D. n-hl > no S s tr itIP. MI*
I ha\e watched
P.. G \M3LE \'t., Tallahassee. the public patronaee. with tnurh appearing lo the Rati Uction of Hie Court that which will soon be published. Anyr-r-01 rin PII nr .'..i in f...t t.M i't..r P-I*.t P..fnr.4
Jiauirj; 10, IrsW. 2-vCOTTON interest the introduction of the '.;/icWita intothicnunry T defendants resides with W.'II. T1SDEL. !.qoul. hifh in mr. I ..in u. r.4 .rft tfltP r n> inr,.n iiE.u,
by ycur'rlt'; and am free to that no Reuben Scotf.oneof Drs. SHIELDS & BOND from iinv thins el- h.n r. theno. tni .i.w .., ,t
say March 30. IVM. 12 -If .. ,,, ,
t- out ihe Slate, so the ordinary process uf Comt can liquid mwwn r .ur .s *,< ,,? fl ? s K
GINS. Medicine stands so deservedly high as your extract not b* served him : // i itthttefcre DrcreednndGrdnid a-isorufed Ihemsflves together in hue 'Araimii.i.. KXTKAIT.-r: #VR-p |!ot .w ) ? ..;., tfl
upon HAVING ,
uf that invaluable plant. In OH-H fumi'y I have Fruits &c. s 5.
t.iy That a hearms ut she facts charged in the Groceries, of Medicine, Surgery, Jcc., .fier their 'CKNI'TNE OLD DH. J\rOB
seen its extraordinary eIic.; >c> in the cure ct'a con- TUWXSKTit
JESSE H. WATSON firmed case Hronchilts Fm eomiiUinls which Rill be had on t lie ( bud ((3d) Monday in May at TUST received uerSchooner William II. Pettes from service to (Ihe citizens of Quincy and the surrounding SAlts PAR.U..%.

Q'liticy' G.tts.jen CuU'ily at which time, sid iefen'hnt Olein., country. Th.:. i< .., pr-jr..I ;nni xil tn ,..n -iv
require th* prompt and I lmorc.'it.i lurical ion of t Ihc urn appear 3'id ;ple.id in or answer -aid Bill : St Lr.nU Flour, Bin Cof.e, Quiney Auzn 11 t tcl9.Thomas .'51 ,. .*riiL, r".4 rP fir.Iw.. -., -tf fl. pr..
GIN MJlMTiCTCRER, blood I deem vour Canchalogunfar for .
vn t/ snprrior arid u.r nt I.rmaimton. u iuocjv.G ,4 .r:
.Ind it ic furthir flnltud. Tuat a copy of this Ord'.T Tubtcco. Whita Beans, I ., .. '. .
and all nt .
to any the fiiirsapnnlla oj the day, Jeff. Heir .mrtirl nifiiic' l virtue ir-it m H ?
Palmyra, Lee Coun'y Georgia, and with Lucia all lam tee!! acquainted. b* published in one of the ne.\ pipers published Olive Oil, Oranzes, I furiii : nnil th'M u >. r-'nirifii ir lw.,. > > i,,. _. ,,., ,

1rULD infirm his fiienJ and he public jrenerallv. J. T. .MARSHALL.AX in the Circuit once a week tor three months! at least.Qjiucy lra/.il! Nut Lemons, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATj lV, 1 ,We xr>il h.-iri'ir projrtirP'ri.uni. .. ii < I .- .,. ..
ti.at (i' %rrf i .r t n rh
that he continue* lite! above business at November 1", ISiy.THOMAS Whisker" Rnn, practice in the Ci- lit Coot reach Cute of iiiiiu2iirctltl,* liri ,
kioJ.tauJ! where he will be happy 10 s-ipply then I BALTXELL, Judze.A Gin, Claret Wine. of the Mid'l.eCircjit.and in the Suorene Jiencw u'or rei 0 ; h .. fl..r r.u. 01,4.1 .... ... bV-s .

with a first rite attic!!. Ai an viduce of the AX EJIIXCNT L.UVYKH IX XOUTJIAMPTOX, true copv-Attest, For se Lv. Court and Uaited St/tes Diitnct Court a (IB u, f.\.ir b' nimi. Mriiinrb.
qu iay of his work, he would state that out of the M\S .t CU(iS irrs.Nonm : R. C. LETTER. Cleik Gadslen TI. Court. ALFF.ED 1:. HOC. Tallahassee.Monticello. |' nvtinili" in th riirr ol .
f o.v.41IPTIfv. / ) '>/' /'>/./. .t urn: a -,
sold linn the not one has 1. FERGUSON, Jr., March 30, liG9. 12 January 29 1SJ3. .
Itrt" r.nbr by past fear MUTTON, Feb 7. 1S40. 25 PfT ;" .I m RIiU.L fTJi.V MH'HI.I r It *
fili to civa pcrti-cf i atiifaciion-and would au ret.( Solicitor tor C001laiflaut.! cosTlvv.v.cs.: nfl CLT.Y'U.4 tkffr Dear Sir-I Lave Long: wis-t-tl to see you, that I ., .... ......_
'if Februarv 3m Watches &c. P/.Ks. BJ.Hi lift n.l f.- ,
wli' lss his 9. 1 I"O. Jewelry rnii
eren--e, givethe name ot any one ont might give you an arcut ato account ol the remnaika.ble CAR iw4v SMITH,] [EV. S. DILWORTH. IMPURITY OF TIlE ELOOD.

Gins in use. lie is intendingto enlatg'hi'eitablih. cure of my only daughter ol a violent case otsciofula. "PiE; [ siib-cnber-i! have jmt recei.1 ] jN :DL'orrN] It |mw..e.' lit&?%.ti..ti .i.r, mull .. mi.' ni. in.utfV*
ta'ot e..n4i WaVy th-i, wear, bvwh.ch: means lie will She is now aln.o thee sears ul age. In State of Elorida-Gadsden Circuit Court veil a good supply of Goods, 's ft..,,. .h..;, ..f t .o.a..h t U, ; aJ rrip,.,n

Vi eaa'iled tit fill order (which ast t year he was unaste Fcbiuary, lat, ;pmiid act cs upcn the lips.tacc, and 11 IN HINCERY.. inoni; wl-ich are'fobia.Ao.tl ATTORNEYS AT LAW lion il.'t rtfitn'.Ci..n .1"''MMt **. liiv. ttr til .mi l|* iiiiiri, .i**p.. h..MnC
.. .r.iwt .
lil for' noil h'nil* hill- il 1 itsv r-in I K,
ibe. : t f
tod i) withGir.s. it pu 'jenortnanyevetrni'iciadure ilandj, tmd their appearance, and incrra. ed \titli\\\ Mary Woodwird, ) Ler Watches, MONTICKLLO, FLORIDA. hs n.,t iti rij'in Hi Cell' .. it fV/*. : it pn m.n :.

I tn S'2thetern Geoi gia. Hethiukii'I truhtlul rauidity ; one of her eyes aUo became so vs. '> Bill for Divoice. I I''nut j tug Sil\er Levrs, pecl'intnm nnl I a-rux [ .if u..ga. r.l l .u .5 str.r.nrr .( u.lunet. .

lt every 5e r* experience enables him to raAe a badly ulcerated, that fo all appearance it could mtevr James \Vaodard.. ) L'A pien and plain Walthe*, July 7, lHf 27. thro.it mil ever. .} >lh. r |p n .
11,11 IO o'h 2! I uI1..oue-k
% gig
flue bett 'r article. aiiin be re 'oied. Tli's continued tcr six seeks, arpejrini; to hue sttifaii2n of the Court, by Chains, ScaN.aiul Keys, knoM'til' li. ,n in !II l k a4iu! -us* f

Vfi ita prK'tcalnedtanic nd withaL 4ermined! thechild beun/ a most lioniL['* 'ijhlanJ lie leait IT atijd
ttifpt* bat Gin ut l the vry fir-I class shall be ininJet. ol tier p&rents! ulrnosi btuken D'lrtii' I lie uh.-le 01 'be delendjnt m t his C3 ->e, resides beyond (lie Eosorn Dultonx, Sleex* But tons, fa\7 ft v oiii '. onii-r- in r..v- ,.f > ur.5i... ni tiit.# ?, r.+tft&s
iiuaituredsm Lis 4h1)hefe'45 sa e ia\3rrntl'm thrnntieratnt thisnern-d-'e used SARS\PAUILL.\ LARGHQUANTlTICS.but of this Court and out ot the State rf Gold Pen and, Pencil (!acs, L.ra o .1 Wvmb O ftrttftttt. 'i..ppr.i..t 'f Ioiwf./ Jirmffi Errs*Wq.
junxJiction .
the He ity lU fie uaous.truzai! |tnnH, J i'i* tkf : ix.uti* .s e CcUa(
natufaction ol purchase. <
| th the dieae, v\j=i i.ol rre-tcd HI Florida ; // is Ordered, That the said James J. GOld iVns in Silver Ca es, WILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir ID ruriniT iiIi! Ito r f"in f At.e& />'J'- .

ill d'lirr thftn Iree aI charge to purchasers at the leat. U'lule the disease was still at its height, W '.;d did do appear ;plrad, at.swcr, pr demur lo Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons, TUO.ii'e: over S. F. EurntV Store. 1v r'i 'in ..b.uusitui..o,.. ii. TrI ..ih5 ub. .nsr, T'

- thir pUntitistii.A. I happened one dav to call at tin? storof sour '.ery aid Bill .:>ntz<*mt>oirr.a3e'wifh his iraveiiun As nl*. this and tie Phted Ca'.tms, Spoons and Forks Cirs i
ntlfmimly agent in place melating Bill will be take'i pro confto against sjid defenrtjnt ( I..oI1 ;asst sebality,
manner in and tl cdtise ei for bra inat next Term .ini tiM -* prevfuu.-r r ">f v s ;o sr'- i \ ri* tv. it! irth r
prM )nllv a.l!en.letl to. ni r lo make a trial ol your Ca ichala u<. 1 took but of the Court in Miy next, at Quincy : .'Ind it is furthrt ii MYERS. 5, 2.po..il ,,rnah.m. .Y>*'.. *;. artptifpttc s.r.. Aaa.qe.
lr) >- nijuiriug properly done in the io&t JuraV.eHe Wholesale X Bctail Grocer &, Prarlsion Dealer, > f. (o.joru/5g.5.,. 4.r.i .
f.ne li. tile, having no ronfideuct- :It tb't cominencedsivinx Othred, Thai tlij< Order be published iii some March 23, 1SZ, ) 11 it rlu flp th ....l in. i'.ri. besiuh. topi

it accwulm tu your direction., stopping uublic: in tlm State Ueeklor TALLVHAsSEK KLOHIDA. i she iou'd
newspaper printed once a .O'oe *rU. cj ( is a! "> Afnt tor ih al- f Cha'mnEtI1sI1's r ..mt CoOIiI4M.b it tv* tn") unn .li i. Miini**< tr.* skrt.
Co.'s CAST HlOV I'itZF POWHRSUC5ll K1atnall constantly on bandiid..fTers frr aleat equaui.v* tltv ifi wl linn .*f in** hu..wt {p fMiurw; t **t,fe wnntVli
decreased the ulcer
MILLS S3 thwe"Jern G.ria a-d Tlondj.Caitr swelling visibly b.gari lo heal, 5JJ Ftbrujiv, I I-r,0. JUST received at tny ferriage Repository, advince on cosf, t'TCa in and the improved rapidly foi thif-e week .and lotnir TIIOMVS HALTZCU, Judge.A I f> fluzgs witb tot; ,, articles his line. Flour oj itI ..,z. turC* ..,.. u1nun.,.. rtn.b.5hro.Ciw.g. as.4lRri.f.t
-ti can be cnai with mv Travllin Ae nt vcikreal joy w.n appaientlv cured-Ic-"* than two true \ttest, 10 '* without ti in approved qu.ulimiesSigar ,. ii,. r..t.f. nerv, u 1. in. i iu.4 IP, .
cc.pv- ps *, ColJees Tea-', Baron llama, Pi rK.Su.ip .
ths >
waited with rerJ to C'mt
Any Mfjrniitioi bottles having bei ini ed. Naming thi-. case to some I B.! C. LF.STF.R, Cleric. 1 Rockawjy 1 rat-', The ii'.c.licinc: }oa prc-tftllettII: : ) iit'iiiit.
all similar
CandleLard and article
opsratm of these mils. can (b<> obtained by adirsa4. of our a.;ridulniM fiiendthv pem d lo think that February y, I'-W. 5 3m 1 seroiid-l.and Cat nail, *-loCellier ..; c.n ,n ..I Iti-.. 141rr4 t. Ot tot 1!. Tow,, ed U-
( v\ilh Fruits Irish Potatoes, Ouinns, Nut*. .. '. .
in m- M Pj lirnra.LeeCijnty, poria. rapt i>r: c. Thimin ? ell ctrd the
luie been of iheR3.PARILLA
by ue
llhe cure which will be sold on the h-t of terrr.o.ANo .
Raisins ltnnnJ4ii all olber
3O.lS. 12 fsZo, : articlejUiUally COMPARED1TH THE OLD DRS.'e'itu. .
- -.M.rch. > S \ and it was not easy, under the In Chancery. on hand uItl'4!l Ridte, double ir;!itliment5. .- 'm .. a in I, P. I tbaL true .'i. is
circumstances, to arzue aaim..l t that opinion : IJL'TN'JV Harness, and every varielv of Gnodsauil \Vares K- Udlly uf lit.lLIl.OKATtii\.in4
Tas Collector's Sale.BY CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY FL A., Store nex door above G. H. Iginni'croe Jlon-
-I TOR THH PROOF Wl.en the child appear1 found in a Saddlery E-tabli-'Hineivt ; and allkinr1of :sE\.ER sroILs,

virtai* of t'lsauthuntj vested in me bv law, I I1zve to be perfectly cured, we stopped f\\ inflict your MAY TIKM. IS50. work dune at the jhorut notice, &c. street. 'S10. !7 whii. ito... other D'lKtnmratg.; itrmrnrmg. *n
levied ilrnn. nd will eo'k' f or sile, be- extract, cuiiosung; all wai safe ; but in t'.veni\-fivi-; Julia Thistle, bv her next friend, hiram D. E. HULL. April 2-, ly 'ePie5. nn.1 tnininiil iIiinnzinE inu uorr>rr lni niPril.rh I .MI ". M*..tn.nr.go tew,.. hiirr 110410.1 M"tfing ..n1[ >vfxitin.I

fare th Co'ut H-iue d'or. in Mi'luon.on the first t tMtiidiv dys; ; the same ernpiions, runnintat the eye, and fl.iltft.r' Divorce.llezckiah Mirrh K, IS-'O. JO i.! iMM-i.n.nn 0, tile -v 't-m' It'i-it' fit tt"i >*t* a
; H J ne ns\ttnef )Slo-A ing described lamU, sw'lIin z beirn to return. We waited five days to GEO. H. BESTWICK, 1)9SPi tirmiiy ditf-nni sg..5 / r/rf' U t hi: t't-s !i' -|eia| :i Kill

-------- 01 tt raich thereof as will utitly the Taxe due MP im-rbi'f-not ill ku feml'i'r.n tn.it*\T hi-B ti f t i'--it o'.i: r s.osrjj(Hririrrrn -i.'4P-" -

thereoi forth* sear I" I1), t" wit : creased rapidly a* before. V.'e igairi commenced PROOF h vinc been made that 11>v kiah I.. This A FEW casrs upeiior S'. J ilicn, just received TALLAH! \SSr.E. FLORIDA Ul.nn nf I'i beirt. l.ver e. m. 4 .. n, trr.e-. > -<-i: rv r '-,
------- The N E 4 S-c lIT 1 1. R 'I. N and C ; the S W | uivui: hem vour medicine, and in five days (t he csme I our of I tl.e St.ite nl llouda. It i'. Or- Y. linal c-irrui linn cf the hIHnT vh .t i+ "rniioi' M,i an 4niiimr
.L: and fur sale by 00 hi'id. and for sale at the in tlie U>H\ \\ n x ir.Uu.r t>! th- h; ntr< uhKlhrinc
- Sc6Tl. R ', N and D., belonging to George A. pound of limo us before ,) site began to grow better, sine ml, upon notion <.1! S. R \ljl k.rv, F q C"tTi- McNAUGllT & ORMOND. KF.EPSconsnnflv| *, (lor oa- hall I the articled in OM K:on1.n..n-} :nrSK nr., .. .( H. o.t. ta.i1 Komri rr>-

McUtvre.. and inabaut two weeks was well az in. Frnni that ph tiniIul'i Solicitor, I hat A huetrrrig of the tacts charged : Newport April 13 l istj. 11 busmes Floar-iof be-t
this lmneol qm'ijip S .
JOHN II P \TTH1WN. day to thin, the child lias been p Tlcly! well.Mv in tl.e Complainant'* Bill be haul! ; and That a ?, sar.Col'ee usC?, 'l 1 nil extern It i* n>'iix "n'icr h--- ifn tufafit
Tta", !'icoi Hams.'sonp.Candles, Nuts, Rnims. uhtitu.tiucn 9..iir<. unit r>'i. "iii- .ill inr ftnin .4 'r
Tat Collector for Madis'n County. father I.aaf' lIodes of N'orlh Adams Ma. notice I Ihere..f be pu'ili-heil in
some public newspaper .
CoPartnership.T"lIEub3cribers Lard, VVhi.key, anti all other artirl >j ii utlv| bout! nif.rr iir Pd.tVu. I r..lu- I R iwim !>- > but l.'Ir fscnl
fl.rmberI.1'19., 47 Cm a PHYSICIAN, c m* to e us with the intention o ol tlais (ale for t thepTiacpof! four rnoailisat least. I ZI.I. niiirn I p-su .u. il-r I lfi --f the j..ut. ..ml l-e-
- preset ihmi; for her. but ** we were usine your mfdieine JUSEI'H B. LANCASTER.Judje having arri tied themlve foL lound in imilar establishments., All person t auiinsc wbrre. >rrit li:ttr., ..K itIt .w..rare. I--ia' .Is Wt Cl)
Tax Collector's daleBY Circuit. iiher I in I the APOTHECARY: LINE: OF PU lo purchase aiy ol the abnte arfirle-s: are re Mi, t i t nirrvi.ii iti-rM> .4 .uo..nr.m% .01 i0V W.o.4 .5
with .ucc*>s<, and thecluld improving rapidly.he Southern NESS under lie loin of NASH &. TAYLOR. pccltullr invited to call and price them Lelore buying drr>iR rti ri rui.iiii., ..*. .LU n att\ ill )la- ;1I.C.Nun
ieaperllullv -
did condemn it. bat kit lii-i Key We-t Mrrb 3r is.V;. 12 4m ,
virtue ot the authority ve 'trd in tne by law, I not own prrscriitiont | el-ew here. tUIfl.D I0.tOig
ibe ed in Txtroct failed We had (( soliril the (patronage '.1 the citizens 4.fprla'ly. i. u n,,; ui..rr.btqi la intHe .iaJ .eU. HttJ ial.aL..p vrs
? will for ale! b- u* eae your no
levied an< x:ic.se ,
formrlv occuiied hv I..
upon Store i II
They I have ordkre.l, arid ire experlini; inla GrecnbergJtCo lo n.e tin*
it. M ,.lnn., he first occa.ion for it. and I arn sate he will now recomtnend Gadsden Circuit Court.
fore lie Co-irt I U-vne dvir, i .n i
few days, a general sortnient of MEDICINES&r.f corner of Monroe and Jetlerson streets. SOL ., :. FKllMK.NTINfriP: -* 'OMPut'ND'OF

MJVDVY n JIJNT. ii xf.the llowirj ? Jesmbedl your medicine in kimilar cases. Isaac Fersu,on, Jr., ) Ai'achment.cs. the te-t ipi.tlity. They intend to sell rone but Mav 1?. lSt9. 1'* S. P. TO\V>SiKNP.:

il., or io much thcreuf us will mti.iy the Tavc* Your obedient servant, > In Aiump iucb unit \t-t 1- nuti'il tn i n '. n i...s. ri'...< trini <>(t.t 1w.| J.cotx
as good.
dj N thereon for the yr 1519, lo wit : HORACE: J. HODGES. Reii'i' n Scot ) Sums.oin to $112 S'3.I' 00. Their store i is opposite the Court IIoue, no Monroe To the Florida Volunteers. TI nf.W hia nsoiu m'rr' *or O'u p'epunt*,*, >1rfial it>n ii-iafiru'l. U nn izrrAriy

TimeS l C i and N Eof Ser 10. E | N XV i of Sec I defendant and all n.terfted are
THE ; peisons street, adjoining the Pi-t Oilne undersigned will attend tr tie rollrction of llp.n n l-iriirf thit v.rh..itot ilrin: in rtier! WhiCh wwoljlw
lO. W iSii.S-c3TlR7, Nand E, belonging FROM It. H. WIXSLOW, llANKnn, WALL bT., N. V. notified if the in-titution of tie above MILES: N\SH THE ,r the in r.| i)-lJ.nl rrrriitr.o'ci! r P. Tmvnn arltn*'
aeainst ihe Slate or ilie United State. .
5,1.1 hurts h nll$ tnI ihe O
n iim-n t Jir.
Hrvan.AUn. alt.ichm.Tit and LereU required nrh nM>ii"WiilImil
E'Lvard '
to by
New York Sept. 11 IMS. rase JUNIUS L. TAYLOR. ..
for services ren-lered by, or supplies furnished ll'eFlouda (complain; .mil cr.min. tote N.I 4 and 5 in fraftioial S* c 25. Jf J. Sec To Trod rick A. Gay, K
-2J. W I. S E i.anl E i. S XV |. Stc 23, T 10, R 1?. My Dear Sir-I cliecrlully comply with your re- May next, al Quincy, or ju Isment will be taken brdefault. during flue recent Indian outbreak. cc n;Pu)t\I).
S anl C to John Miller. 0. 1SVJ. Ve w.h it uniler-t<>.i.!. )I.eclu.e it n the nhfJute trutk. thi's
belonging quest in acknowl'd/inz, with others, the benefit January CabinetMaking.rPHEsubscriber Heinz thoroughly conver-.anl with all the forms S. r. Tow n>eii J01IV H. XTFER SON which I have derived 1mm the nic of'o'ir EtritctofCanchalagua"or 1. FERGUSON: Jr., r'IaintimFehi luvm taken the and hu-.inr-s necessary 1r the collection of I he same, j ore kraem-triiie apurt. and tfjiniteiw dissimilar; th.il

Ta* C-jllector 4 for<* M di-on firn County. California Plant. Its ccct( upon ..4tV P. f .V). 5 3m .1.I Shop and are.flu.riti -Cfiilly he flatter himstIf lie will !I'e enabled to give full iu they cnirniiiin.nre. nnlike in every.p.trt.cuidJ, h41iIaotflg' smite ibire

Nevemher21.1c19. i mv svttcin arc evident and gratifying, and have ACTION OF AS.>lI.\H'SiT BY ATTACHMENT. oiupied I hi Mr. Geraid Vinceiboefs, s-atiilacliou lo those entiiiiting their claims with As s?. T. Tnwn'enil is m, ili.ct.pf. anil sever WM. U nathtiisi.i.

Sale.Y induced me to lecominenil its UkiMo my Iriendn ; and 14 prepared to Manuijcluieall kind- tut Cabinet Furniture him. nn pn riH.r .ha

hamilton County Tax 1 am pleaded to ais'iie you that in no instance have haley T. Mocker, ) Amount fcworn ,to $, i417 50. and ba< now ouu hand a good a.oortmnentwhich Reference-All who know him.GEOR3E etszhaa what ,inv ocher OHiiiiH.n. nntneninic IlfliIrutelinnf l ni B.
of the vcVed in me by law I I disappointed in itscihcary. I do not he'ijte| f N.rqgge run the public bi\e th-u they are receiving agenr.oie
virtu* power v.a. 2S35 DAMON. W. HLTCIIINS.
-Ii B t Damages U'J. will be sold low for cash. GEO.: sc:entlnr im-ilirine. r.i.um->| he uris.., of thnrticiej .
hall vxp'Me for sale, brfore the Court lIa"dior in my confidence in its lemarkable medicinal q\.aii- JamesD. rradewell. ) Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, airl I on February 23. ISM 7 i.rl m |irrMriH| >! u and hicli! :ire ur.riihp| ..I ch.tpeI
in the town of Jasper. Hamilton County. FV. tiei, and In state that 1 believe it will be found lo be I IIE defendant, and all other persons interested, termJ.inmrv 1S-VI. 2 OmrPHE "hrh night reuiler lUt-m (tic At.K.\Ti: ..l l'iM>..*r-m-i.-.J ..f
reasonable 10 l ,
_ riiana the first M idivin June ne\t.lS'iO,) being, an excellent temedy in moM cases of diseases (the I. are hen by notified of I the commencement of the t Fletcher Institute. htttlih.U.It .wtiiieN

the 3.1 diy of that tnvith, the lollo % inj: described liver a id kidnevs, in pulmonary affections, and also above fjii, and required lo appear at the next Term, tiic.iiii.r.t.\rl\| itio.ni.I i.f nifilicinei i l'et| -riejlr..io .n Pi.. hn..w. n.ith

property or so rnuh thereof a* will be uTu'i( .'nt *opy in the purification of the blood, &.c. That sour (on the fourth Monday in October, A. 1). ISW.) ol Quincy"Male and. Female Academy WHEREAS Madam Rumor says lint students I ufa.oiu,.. | t., C.M.H in.a>r o lI.Sgt.v Ibo up e\eit: I. rr.'nr, rmuiifn a rlerrnl|eri iKrienre
_ the Circuit Court fW the nf Lon and State i re-opened January ;th. 1 lie fccond session to this Institution t e.tl II.,.. much
the State and County Taxes due thereon foi theyeir mrit in the introduction of this invaluable plant County come cannot HH-rr uuuuI..rujr.g| i U it llml tlie pis..n. H h uIoIi omrdirinK
ISO. to wit : may be appreciated, is Ihe sincere wish of of Florida, and plead to (Ihe declaration) fiUd theirin. will commence June fib. Students may enter al find boarding hou-es : To all whom it may con Mf&Ciiite >l>i.oor.i. t-r

Th r' ** 4 < > w a r c e i.T i. R 13, s Your ti-icertly, R. H. WINSLOW. WALKER i. GWVNN, any time during Iheyear, arid, after the second week cern. I send greeting that I finec in nit/ house on JRnniJ WEAK STOMACHS AiD KMVK. >:BT.KD SVSTKMS,
< well .
of the session will be chained only from the the nic.U-'l |tr> | rt. .ol (.Unit tn l lKiiuner
parporUnz to belong to XVillum J.'Mfl.. Attorneys for Plaintiff. tfif fiill at Ihf Institution nmpte tcfl
L a4 ; (:jf Pamphlet* WILEY LEE. together with interesting iiiCi.imMioi> in r. April 13. m.r,0. 11 3m tune <>l entering. Roard may be bad at prices vary- irilh fire pliers, for the accommodation oj ianeiien>,ti ksn vc.!:: nt the viri..iM.li.r .., w laid nlfret

Tax .\ ii, sorand Collector Hamilton Co. lation lathe CANCISALAOLA. itbiemalkable efficicv lug; from $ > to SIO per month. For further particulars thirty sludeit.s, and will promise *o give them plen'v' the human, *}-Uiit. ii.l ILIW n> nil uo| rpmrdir> bi the diei.n!

Novem'sr2l.IQt9. 45 fin and cure#, are GIVEN AWAY at (the AGENCIES. Rail Road Notice. see ;printed catalogue, which may be obtained of rrnod whudesnme diet, three limes a dav. furnish wionnited It i ti)h'Mit.tnitv.vre i irin.li t" U..uu kinilo| l.w h..e unli>riiiti the. ie.,i.. j.uu, b..Iio low tuiniire
.n ii Mitnn Inwim.
Sold by LEWIS & AMES, by appliraMnn to N. H.! STEWART, light*, and do their wishing, all for fen dollars per )he-iliu anil 14.....,. n.i.t .4C r ,.<.? \\,,. coiitie.l| m.d bn,
Pain Killer. Tallahassee Florida. Jan. 2-3, 1S')0. 3 Principal. month, one half paid in advance, t e other al the ken an.) i..l>,ni.b inrinmli tnai 't.t' li. \CulC T;)\V.KM: >
Agent ha
aUL'CIl r ami u.u \Ir the
np| .riiiuii :tnU inrau* bi trmg
FRlSII" supnlyof Perry Davis' Pain Killer,just October C. 164D. 39 Cm end ot (lie %ear. an )
A Notice.
received and for tale bv P. P. SMITH.Flefcherville (Irnntlwilhm Laai'scrsa I CTuiiccntratc

T. XV1HTE t CO., Agents.berl7. P. P. LEWIS NOTICE is hereby given lo the Stockholders of months after date, I-hall present my ncconnti Ga., Feb. 21, ISOO. 7 3rn y
Rail Road SIX
NsaveP il9. -45 Company, t hat on vouchers to Ihe I Honorable Court of Pro- the rearh.nn.l t. liteIbcy i>r,lt who. nord it.lhn4tl.
Thursdiy 27th day of! June nextan election v\ill Raisins Cheese iinv leiriinn.l ku.m. i> j. ft. .
SUaaZOrJ IDSN'sPOBT, bales lor the County of Leon, and ask for a final eltlement Figs, &c. ;rfIe.v
be held at theOiTice of the Company in Tallahassee 1 laiisCfiiiU'iit I'IF-r 1t | lea I.
Bagging, determined his location from and discharge as Executor ol the la t will COXES Enalish Dairy Cheese
change Dirr-ciois 9 ,
for to the affairs
f Company
seven < said
manage >
AND SALT, for 541e bv HAVING Ga. to TalUha-see, Fla., wnuld for twelve months from that date.R. and testament of William Turner, deceased 10 Drums fre.'h F! Sold wholesale: a nd retail liyTHOMPSON.

ROPE MNUGll T i. ORMON'D.Jl pectluly| lender his professional services to the K CALL, Prcs. T. R. Co. MATHEW TURNER. 20 Boxes do. Ramns, SK1LI.MAN & TO..

.*port, January A, IS'iO. 52 citizens of this and the surrounding cnunlry. He Tallahassee, April 0,1&50. 13 3tn February 2, IvV) 4 fim 1 Box Citron, 102! Niifaii jirt-ct. N enlotk,

will visit Monticello, Madn on, and Thomasville, 10 Roxes Chimpatgne Cider

Notice. Ga., where he will be prepared to practice his proiionin Administrator's Notice. Notice. 4' 1 lleid-iick Champujjne Wine. And by LEWIS dc AMLSr

- after the will apply (< all its various branches, hoping ham many lIE subscriber having fitted up fhe TANERY With a viriely of! articles of the kind, received Atft-n's: 'i 1'allalias.soc.
months dite underpinned : is given that application will be made to
- -p SI.C) the lIn. Jui of Prob dittnlaction. All will be warranted. hand and will all kinds of LEATHER! ii ORMOND.
operations keep
from the Estate of Arthur now on
(br latten of mn Circuit ol Florida. on the lOih day of May next, for Blacksinithing.G
Ladies waited on at their residence. for sale ; and will have fine HOOTS and SHOES NewpoitFebniary21, 1S50. 7 .
Surney sen. deceased. authority to sell the Real Estate of (Ihc late Eldred
Dm. I). A. Brandon A. W. Preston order. He has hand article of snb lanlijl iitt! "f
JOHN S. HART. Cx'r. Jltferentti:- Simkins, deceased, under such conditinna the interests made to on a superior cheap MacVsioilhir
S. J. H. Hill P. Smith Thomasville. as NEGRO SHOES. He would here Bagging and Rope. all kind d faflp
S.pli'mher 1q19. S. Adams, Rev. P of the infant heirs of the said decedant doubled-soled return at the Shop near nij Stable, ic-
require. JOSEPH F. IIYTII EWOOI) his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the rIF.cE.sKentucky Ragging, rupied List < ear b\ Miller &. Li. law .

Notice. Dre. W. J. Crinson and J. H. Pope,Madison Court Administrator of Eldred Simkin, dec., adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say 23 30 coils Rope, Jann.ir> 20. I ll9. 3 A. A. FI5HFR.

months after date, I ihall apply to the Hv>nnr. I Housn, Jefferson County, Match 23 JS-'iO. H-G\v to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather 1 hale Tine,

SJX Jcdtft of Probate in and for the Couit: > ol fX OTice at Mrs. J. L. Demillj'i. > Hoots, and Shoes, al his old stand in Gadsden 2 bales Gunny Cloth. 8. S. Knight

L-- October 13. 1S49. 40 6tn Dissolution of County, near Qniticv. He will he glad af all limes Just received Schooner PMf, and for ns'ehvMcNAUGHT
( Jefferson' nydUchargt as one ol the Administrator per continue hijsinc- his old otard, vmltsii
of the above articles for Oak Bark WILL
of Willuin Bellamy, late of 141d Counlv. de. HE undersigned having been associated as Merchants hopes to \\ alt i>n Mich ol liii fiirrd ap l.a e

r iepd. SMITH SIMKINS.JeIers' Tin Manufactory. r under I he firm and i
( Cru'mJanry 19. IS-V 1 6m engaged additional workmen, we are & Co. notice i is hereby given that said copartner have employment. Sugar." ing thai nil hall have s oi'ii l articles at lair pricn.
can Fancy
HAVIiiG to fill all orders in our line in a ship was dissolved on the 1st of January last by mutual w. ii. MCMILLAN. April. 2s. 15.49. 17
Notice. All orders from consent. BARRELS extra f fine Vacnm Pan Sugar, received
II- prompt and saliifaclnry manner. Tallahassee, February 2. IS-'iO. 4 t ly2ETNA
months afterdate. I will apply tv the Hon* r. the country will receive immed'ate attention. A The Bocks and paper of the concern have been
SIX *. Judgs of Probate for the County of VVashJnetcn > liberal discount riven to mcrcha -.( and dealers.T placed in the hand of Francis I. Wheaton, Esq. Attorney INSURANCE COMPANY, &. ORMOND. tuWri'.iers have on hai .1 l taa> hundred aid

orltttosof( ditmimion from the administiailon WHITER CO. at Law, forsetllement. All pernns indebted HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Newport, February 23, IS'jO. 7 THE > tinnct-sol Sul'liae| of l Quinine, winch thy

of Mathew Tucker. dec.ued. 1649. S3 to saiil firm either by nnteor account, will find it for -
of the estas Slr-cks, and Cotton in Ware-bouse have ,.li'aitKil diiict Irtnillie mnnuiariuict?, atd
. settle A Liverpool Salt.
UENRY their interest to immediately. word to the BUILDINGS
loss by fire. they will warrant h to l I.f a s nj-iii. r artiilr.U'e .

'). 52 Fruits, 6cc. wuewahope will be sufficient.JOHN LEWIS & AMES 1 SACKS in fine order, (bhacheil S.uck,.) j just t have enlarffil ur steak rf Tiup$ and Jffi'icliir
ORANGES FRANCIS HARRIS, JanuarY CK, 1V 3 Agents, TaIlahaipe. I received per Barque F it H. Oamhle.nnj l tom li\ r rim iMiival'.nr d artpM, SM<-
Notice. RAISINS, SMITH. sale by NAUGHT &. OR.MOND. ordera Per attirli s if ( i-r line al w l.olrsale i.r ictaiT
LEMONS, Madison C. H. Fla. April 6, 1650. 13 4tNa1l.
Newport. February C.I.
Months after the date cf this nntic-, I will ONIONS Garden Seeds. 7Gentlemen's en the r.r"f rrr rnr' ddlinu II it? *.
SIX vouchers and account to the Hon. V.V hnvi a1*" a few acpr.nrt \ et due fft rs for the
of Prcbitf( for Leon County, for a final spule. barrels, and kilt A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Clothing. year 1"47. hhie:: air ceni ra1h ii, nlIar.izIfs.

3u'3e' nI
Couniy.elwd. received and for sale bvMeNAt'GHT It. Garretson Long I.land. Vru,1e by xi. teceivid towards! Hoc 'I rr > wlich f lViC.
I- late of Mid Just received anJ Tor tale by just per Emelini. and for *s1e' hv fur : .atirgctUiin
n--8 !;taiwrt, April 13, 1850. 14 January 5, 1650. 53 41
March W.1S30 Iecrnb.r2I9lP 50 Newport. Febr-ia-y 23, IS50. 7 .\ ,