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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 11, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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BY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE] PA. SATURDAY, MAY 11 1850. VOLUME H-KO. 18. :


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,,wpondrnce of the Savannah Georgian. the Sena'e early next week and doubt From t\e $
no ainnafitpnllian 02J. inst., and ifr2 lo I .
not i For the Fioridian & Jouinal.ME95B9. itntgrRte and nettle u4 will Le more .
among
WASHINGTON, April 20, 1850. unanimously! continued: by that body.I Tho Cotton Crop. it will be our : t EUITOKJ :-In the New York influenced by attachment! ta our Irusiitutnnt[ :

? ED1iiiR-OIl gieat step to. I am also happy lo inform yon that th** n*. Messes. EDITORS As it is of interest who !hold's! j
ltpu! : great or ovrns Evening Post of the 18ih, we find under the than by any bries, promotion or tempta-
harmony and conciliation has been gotiations xvith Mexico in regatd to the Inth to I ihe holder of Cotton at this time to hold it tor a Cdiio; i.ml i head, the folli wing specimen ofJacolini Li t ns that c.an be held out to them by our ene.
Committee of Compromise has lulls 4I1 f Tehuanlcpoc are about toon to I Ir* wh' thcr b be know get xvell for the I .
rs" planter or speculator; to paid !; I in and Free-soil morals-intended rnK-s, or foreign governnients.:
tern carried and fleeted. You xvert* Ian2gwo.y crowned xx-ith complete success. A good ;precisely. the position he occupies, I propose I knoxv nothing of i no doubt f;r the special edification and improTernvnt STATOR. :

| telegraph! have been informed of the ;practicable road across: the !Isthmus is alic
c mf*. Tiic Chairman it Henry Clay eup. established and xviH be thrown open in the he may arrive at a conclusion) ; I will! do it. fi'r less th:in l."i 'he mo-it serious obsticles which the people CtJTLtN A FLAIRS.-Rumored, OJrr of aTranxfcr :

ported by J.tniclVbster! on the one hand!, c urse of a few months, and a number ol too, in Mich a way as will show there can hi tiff froii the figures 'I've had to contend with, in the dff-nce ol l of the Island to the U tilled Sa'e- .

inj bv the unxvavering Cass on the oiher. Engineers have already gone there to make no) niibtak! and ;as must' convince I the tuos1ki'pticallj may even go i :. political rights; in limes p 'st.and uuilerti I'nvate loiters from Madrid mention tbit the

tfjjH, xve are not oat of the woods, and it will the necessiry survey fir a til-Ro.iJ. From interested that figutes cannot lie. esl figure at xvhich : : gii\vnnniniH oi the old world ; has been dpaniih tJovernrneril( has at this moment not.

-jjdofor th<* South to give up i's' organization. : four to ten steamers will run from :Noxv Or. I assume, as a starting point, that which is thai price it xvt-11 ; i he awe they) have been taught to feel for tfieirIJulers. withstanding the denial ot the ministerial pi.

Th* wholo depend* on the firmness, oijb I leans to the mouih of the Gnutzacualco, and now conceded: by all who have cxainim-d into June. I have uu..t ." Considering the respect of a peo- pers, vjine serious subjects for alarm whether

Sena'e lo ieject cvcty bill for the ad.uisWn from Tehuantepec lo San FrancKco. Nine the matter, that the crop of the present year coming crop which l Ie for their ruler.*, ns a decidell evil, the EJi- 'ht y are well founded or no' The result of '

| California, which does! not, at the same millions otdulhtrs!! are cubscrilieil for the enterpiise ( l49nnd '50)) will not not escfcd J.OUD.OOUl ) was lust year, with tor consoles himself for the baneful influence he elections in France, the uncertainty of IhoLJiiish

l>.;e, proxidti for territorial governments in at the head of which isthe house 1 P. l ales. I asMimo it, an I t th.> proof I U easy lend against. ibis which this antiquated prejudice till exercise : Government with reference to lha

rub and New Mexico, and Iir the settle A. II:argons of New York. The Tehuantepec th it. in numbers, that v\ ill be the amount ; hut calculation ; but over the minds ot the mtiltiiule, with the retlection quarrel with the J-pain, the bokulo! : of the ,

jnentol' the! Texan boundary. I am not cerHin route is the American route par excellence if we take into consideration that the decrease ne.xt crop xvas -that in free America at least, thi (reek ports mind the arrivals-as mentioned

whether Webs'er xvill be firm on that : and just ten days shorter than that of in I the amount! of bales; will mos'ly fall on still it would: have { lavish sftitimer.t is never likely to exert an in tiie: same letters-of the Lisbon squadron .

bu'. Cats nnd Clay arc, and with Cass, his Panama-an incalculable! advantage (for the those States: where the bales are heaviest, wevuuld balance: of I the pm undue influence on the nation ; and thus ex- at (tibraller, as also the rumors about Naples .

\ortl-) %'<>htern Irisnd*, Hrighl, and tVh ilcerni,. transportation of the mails. The steamers: \ reduce it considerably below tint a- uiee 1 have presses his firm and noble confidence! in this amId Leghorn, fiords sufficient cause for imI'a.siiiess. .

Senator Dickinson f New Yoik, and Sturgeon fiom Nevx Orleans to the Guatzacualco xviil rtDunt. It is enough! fir my present pnr, use.j of IJreat Britain opinion, and im happiness in so believing." The accounts said to be received

o! Petmylx-ania.! connect the head waters of th Mississippi j however, to place it there! and reason fiom, mu't have it. Af f r some remaika 0:1 the late fracas in the from the Island of Cuba, of: an increasing deMIC -

In the second line, I pl.tre Dodge and Jones and the Lakes with the Gulf of Mexico and 'that point alone. Ojt of the present CrOp us in former year* ; Senate, between Messrs. BtMiton and I'oote, there for separation from Spun, and of

cflovva, ami Dough* of Illinois. the Pacific Ocean ; and xvill do as much for unless she bids tip beyond% 'lie present point.: the string, no.1 l if he observes : "The only reflection which occms annexation to th-- United Statrj. are, it isMaUd -

In the third !line stands Cujper of Penusyl.vtnit New -Jeans and the JSo-ilh generally, as Great Biituin ctnnot: receive over SOU OJO ll-em it xvill be b<* calculated! ; to sooth t the mao,tiflcttii.n meot less discouraging. Swinish paper

j the new Senator. I Hnxvlatid and( Aspinxvall's! line nov dues for bales ; and if she does not, that amount, \\ith Let us he awake, which every Arnericin must feel at the occurrenci 3 ated some thr.t since that part cube in truc- :.

I The coiikiilerati-in of the! Territorial Hill Nexv York and) the New England! States. what sh has on hand, must be exhausted of such scenes, ts. that; they wilf soon lions of Count Mirasol were to the efl"-ct that

Its t'ffn postponed for a foriniglit, to give the _OBLETIIORPE.; long bclori* she can receive any (iom ihv dispel whatever vndus moral influence, is exerted ifalitr thoio'ig'i' cxuminatiou r.fihe State of .

numbers of the Committee uppoin'vd to oscort The Giant of the West. crop of 1*.-o< and '51. Unless! iso circumstances the over the minds of the People! Ifjllu- Cuba, he fuunJ that there was no probihHityof :

th mortal remains cf Mr. Calhsun! a Dublin Nation makes even oi juice, can .'hlu i leci-ive j ..iv'rI During mere force oi official positon.''* He again Spain being *Lo! to hold that Island for any -
ol'lhe
A late num'ier' its close, the '% :
chance of being: present xxhtnth! grave ques- I lOOUODl>, and even t that amount will: barelv says : *- It is not probable that the political interrststs length: of lime, he should otfer it for sale to it
to the future Great; llrit'iin, and
tioa of the day will come Uji fur d cu sio'i. I this impressive reference greatness cary her t through until i ihe crop comes in and of the masses in this country, will the Government at Washington. I have
titly. attacked the !
trait Snator be men aii; S Pawtjon will heat of this young Republic : leave her w.t'iont'! a tnon'h's supply; ) in January have to contend much longer, with any error some reason for believing that the opinion of

their po>ts. !Mr. Ileirirn has h en apimintei! In the East there is aiising a colossal next.? IJut let u< go to figures.I ginia, in I he ) ( ; i of this nal'in: la what in inner such occur- soiiu of the wealthiest and most in9>tcntial

tine of lie Committee, sJ JIM absen.-e would centaur called the Russian Empire. With a I assert that the crop will not exceed in vlnt: now : tenr.es as the above, or any other cii'cimis'ance Cuba merchants, is that Spain cannot hold ..

prove an injury i** the cause, ;-
I ofa baibaiic Imdy. There oat home Gen. Claike s t : the individuals the writer is probable that time wishes ol the rriTchanis
Gen. Taylor, asro ,oti, rtn: unqijcs.tions.W sinews huge e, GOO.OOO) either on masses or -
the whoe!
is Mill brain 70.030,000.() There: all I''rance. q'tered but that Xew.V themselves aie in favor of a separation. At
authority, holding out again t man's: moves' 3r>,05)0O ) cl es not explain ; even a
and northwest J
inyccnipiotnit He still insi&t o>i the n n- the tiadition of the people ant of aggression h>*r foreign countries S'Jj.UOU: )- lOO.OOLei !) sippi, ; rk EditOr' should lie able! to axtract any all events some ot tLern seemed convinced

acliuo plan: and coincides entirely with lhrie <> and conquest in the west. There but two Jor Gieat Briaij! 7UO.UUO the union vas ab< !, suti-faction from, or fmid] a source soothing that their income would be more, than trip.

g e ijin'n!*'d l I.y Cut. B CzIiiii.; Ilenton is ranks are distinguUbab'e'! 1- and soldier*. But say that at horn.: in coasrquence of tlicpressuie j"cted that the ) : nfl-'ctions, in the occurrence of such sceneai jed i if Cuba became an Americrn posse sioii.

the acknowledged niiiisraUon! leader in the There the map of the future includes; Coastantinople 4)IIhC d -nund; for Great: Uiiuin, and ;enrs, xx-heii her ., (those which have lately disgraced the Sen- Something! has been said of a treaty, in virtues .

Seni1**, an-l the chau'uion of'he Xholitionists and Vienna as out posts' of St. Petersburgh. lioni; our piwer Istiplyi; a portion( illliC !lit- occupied, would ale of the Uni t-d States-was scarcely to of, which England, France, and America 4 '
State ondthit !
and Free osiers: all over the Union. The dfinamJ fro-n the fiiot pickings of tl.e nexin : have been anticipated, and is diilicult! to Leunderstood. guarantee the [ilS'SjOfl of Cuba to the Span-;

Suuih 13'uA in t a hoJy bear oj against: him, a .' In the vest an opposing and! still! murexvonaVifiil <: >i>---I that \v reduei consumption hre I to50i suci henelf a ,l2Iii'fl.bat minufu* : t !. I>.;t still le>s could if have been i.b Ciown. Of this, however, there arts

tariy ceded the I I
cmlasmsiKg circumstance It is confi lent.Jj \ UlanJers, have no conception of f the extraordinary bales tint I apportion to her. lime ted S'ates out I would be fi un'j, iu the tendency of Mich icencs, Frii the .\tic-l'or& Jay Book.Foo'.f .

hoped nd expected that lietitnn will not be event:, xvhich amid the silence! of Our l'aettsrit'on this Ride of tha water, liiuss, Michigan, tr dimuiisli the re.-j fct amid prejudice which cni Bentvn.-The people of this ??c..
;
returned to the Senate by his own Stale ; if hetb'itild the ear'b' ate daily ad ling to tin1 p-nver and will have a supply; at wbit.-ver may be the have since bien ci ( the people situ so ii>olUIily en'ertain for auih'iriiy lion fthe country are not very likely tojudgti

ta returned iif will com f<.r to good pride of this gigantic tuition. Within tbiue! prJee-'l.ciu.e: our ioiul.t'ion are not limited and: mere ofiicia! elation impartially ofanvihing. Foote may do, for
I lie earl t }
i i j
ptIrOe8? and: d<, more h'trin *nI l injury to the sears territories uvne extensive: than these and restricted to a prico, nor will our industrious Ss pjfcase ttes-ihen iudu y : ; We presume it U umieces ary. Messrs. ihev have been tnu ht by the newspapers Si>

Democratic) ptrty than any *U Whigs from either three kingdoms, France and Italy put logeth pop.i.ttion %ve.LrL garment lew, even ai trade she ; Editors, to remark: on the Irish confusion of look upon him as a sort f ranting bJ.tcfcgua'duho
,
'
section of the o .;.uti'ry.Der.ton er, hav )ben! quietly and in a literof double i the pri -e it now js-because with th" siv Oiuiuance) of 17S7 ideas exhibited in the :bo\e paragraph __by never sees any thing exeopt[ through

lasfill: 'd the njea ure of It's ijno. course' fashion annexed lo ths Union. increased prrire of fCt'stt) 1e his mi-in increase ab lished in that which t th'i ivriter is led to consider the con s'-uthern yp ctacles. I Bzt; we will n>.t liscusi

*dour, by anjiiyitjgto Iu? b' trict Attotnpy for '. In seven''v jears seventeen new vivreigu.ti's Jo |MirclHS9 th"m ; and l thisi i true consent?, however tempt which inn in office, and even the mfbers this questicn '* 5th the ncwspipers or their

pr. !ecti not believe -Mr. Foo'e is at

cat cf p rt.t nai: prowess j is this. !1ns is a have peaceably united themselves to : I the territory tlienii 'ives., by moral[ dt'lii.qufiices, or all such a man as the Northern papers represent .

huge bi; bully, wlii threatens to cudgel adiii the ierati"n. N.I standing army was raised. Fiance is comparative a small: customer lit'cn viol ite-i personal I i d 'cornnis, -as bringing ;the stations him: and in most of hi.s movement''* wocoincide.

*pre frawd mm. just recovered from a.evere no national debts sunk, no great exertion but she demands the finest of Cottons*t"r he: liJ.SS'J by they occupy als-o a'od- : -e ; and thus aftordiu In the affray in the Senate, Benton -

a'Jat'i: of plpunni. The weak man tni'K l 11 't there they arc. Anl I this in nl trad.*, and the price i ii less feit by her luau over Slat* of Mines'ila.Th ; eqare. I t.h" people.; an apponunity; ) ordisabusi : was clearly the AGGEUSSOH. He bail re.rettet1hy .

ara liinuelf! to praiect iiin h
the n \vho thuiiUreateued bit with per. more great states n.h for next the great sak ii.to. of eri'f'rtsilning an uridu'aive if ati'h'Hty ihe floor' if he (Fsmcrm.) ever ailudec! to him again -

nti violence diRc vets thtt hin antu otii t is ihui ty. !Mines-main 1 the north tveit,t : D.sentin >upj;!> :ng the want* of a pauper population.iii J j an-1 mi takfR r *?pect for :IIDSP i !l.o wield in his spet-chrs. Mr. Foote is a small
tiit
ttne, hn applieRto the police to j rotect his the sou'h' west ; and Cui"ruia! :; on I be 5 '.e quantity of weights) ia in ire looked to I llun, ti.in.|irt The North' ,: l it. This genius of the l'asi-who we need man, and IK match for Ben'on in a rough: and


*. btg; SL'comjui.iftJ hv his! i sonnn-law, cover the am of eatth equal to one !hall(o; the <4lfrT''nthi're the vainof her presentation should, )' ord.T of spirits, from those of//iff LampmifUriiJt precaution! that any rational man ought havo


-and it u whippsreJ in julii1 that he ht Euiopcun c ntiuent.thennp tiibrics is more the result rf ihc hlior bis. groes count long since, a &'ill! ai'>re i imtai disIaX t-iVn.! He did n1 back out or run. or & .ta

u> J* -fri" ... '? i,.. f* .. j rvaiccrofthc *; ; ''li'H {lofp.f. ''VWif'r.'VYVwhiV(," Ln.tJ t..t t JsO? '(J .) ...laveTuis" .was ; [ f his priitclr !e>, and of the all ernbra.y behind some larger man's chair, but coollv
: "
fur ni-nine guard, and nieut h-i'l no )' ?
::1 Navy Yard I i the Secretary of uncultivated 0sa. It U in actual conquest: of such as Suin., the ti.'r.nan. utes, Jwc. coisume : Id'trks f.nJ I xvliite) rcptchen! lin Mr. \Veb-.t'er. Sor n"is proposition .ep.triJ1 '*'e pasn"ewav and stood ,. .

R j itc onhiance. trust and new tesouices. Alre.uK wiibm thirnslvi! 's a laigt, propo'uino! : to aWi- Virmuia to gtft rid of her free When Demon thai he
suength lh terms. saw was
vIJl him the use cItLe new p'pit.ttilItI in *t i cumplftely -
the Navy RM grant; its capitol St. Paul xviachI I the goods m ni.ifartuir.1 within tlu ir borders, ne roiM : and prono'incinj: the transportation foiled in his d'errnination: to his
bas MineMrtti inqurie' whether th flog
tms band oF( that Cot; ... .. Tl_ lid l thoM* finer lesultsof( since the South
SCIIO-HV ,- i expoil only or mostly Jllhc owrs of to Liberia, or he threw himseil into
riew to o\cJte the has its entireties, jvijmterests. fiee. l'he slaves pigmy antagonist, a
with
done
All thin is a
Kcrth azi'Utt the Souib, rtn-i to rhar *! S Jh- and sp-ctilatioiw. Ihe Mormon the lo.
with bfiti "HKS-HKMUS" f.eoutise: f.maders of I Deserel are doinj what t the I ,ji-; valu; ?. These are ineicaniilt: fact> uhich ifth** l.ttr were to t ttrnu'ice. mi sh-iot In this quarrel lientun has acted
exit m *n two ceutunes ago ; cannot be cuntroveited. Let u> take anothervevr. Thu, though_Washington! adNon and '
Massachusetts the cf co'.vnrdiv and think
will lie LullU'J by Senator IJe, ton. tan> did I ii: b-.Ts it tin* aiiI.u :' : part: a hul'y ; we
not
they ih-'in-elvei ol! thi : J-flT-r-son, and the ..thr worthies, patriots and 1
b'-sj the time has when the Senate should
And the adtninutratuin A\\\\ yell the take care to pusess 'o 'muitt the n> corne:
indiscriminate abuse prcK&e' the So-itli ; lands au-J xvaters in their new state.: Instead The decrease it: the crop, up to tlie prcs'ut n fj'ei, !iectiu e th-! s.i ishoni ''he S.>uth furnished to the counsels taki the m utter in hamf, amid let the country(
fame iip'm lawless: horde of dv MiMireis. linie, is in routirl nuuiueis 575,000 : au.l arrnit-s ret! the revniuti.ju, were they know where and whan the bam! should
letter writers In the ; (-f the of becoming u lemllyiinequal to : upon : ?
and all the ;p.iy iu CiUfornia are feuding cuies, elecling (And of this arnu-iut: ; 43J.UJJ li des still alive-xvoitl.1 be inctiided in this proposition '
Cabinet; and Mr. CUiMonfamulus, \iii t1thiladptii \ the settlers fr't* n ;ro's. fall.S
} North Ameiicau an-l the Xew delegates, tnistraies h.iilis; Mid are a portion oi I Ue he.ivwvijht: It c.:ild ui.et lit ; -iho djrin; i'lCi'ndi cry who daily de.il.sin >) far as the opinions of the better clan

improve it 0,11 'ie.sm.-n as Ifl"t ho.iicaUy Hti-l i intently a Cotton of New Orleans and Mubii ii'jpoliie.il rights, lan u.: e of the ame sort, in the hope, of people! in this city is known, our suggestion
York Courier Enqiirer upon
of life on the Athtuic .) wiltMiinjj breach between th? two divi-ions of
and that all S-.uthrrn! in aibert carry if they trod the beaten paths roes, rrifniunis, ; ? that Mr. Benijn shoull be expelbJ the Scn-
arm sear bv which to overawe the North. I short of tbe. conli nent. The receipts being about 1,775.00;) ar ar esst'iitiil the coriifderacy not only tulera'ed! in t'niiHihring ute, tn-ets: gencnl! anprobation.
-- wiib this increase ot territory mere i* Thisvoud! requ.re to tvik: <* up my New York-but exercist-s, as we .
.!
infatuation in that weak .drn.n And their cs must I .h
What fctranse incicjtf if induMiy iu the figures tor the balance of the 5 tie infonn' d. through! his pier[ a consiJer.iblt !r.DrcL.-Ve haveahvavs been ofopm. ,
have couimt-nvirate
HuUt to a -tud
G-n. 1'aykt-who < never illaey are |
older Mates. By recent st.tistie: we perceive Coii-in year. ili3,000 iiifi-jcnci'. ou i the politics, and otrr the ion that the country was overrun with I'hy. -
entrusted with than the command lion. It i; :an '
been and mor who tvac not at Buen-i that nnuufaotoiies are rajudly increasing in Can )ou tell me weie this am'iinl i is 1'. their owners the ; opinions of the people of I the good city Goham. : sicians; and have limeateJ the hard fate of ,

ofallepiment- the 'southern dates' m. t MI intbe come fiom Tliere. is MrtnMiiall aumiuit' ofcilton What must the worshippers be, we rna'; many: a graduate and student:, who with full
Vista, wlen the baUle commenced. He is what v.-eie lion fcr ihtTU. But
Carolina and Georgia. The cotton null in North Alabama and Tennessee ; |I sanely! well ask, where the monkey: is a God 1Hie permission and qualifications to practice was
believed by his fiittcrers, to have a j conip'oiiis''. the : t
really built befiide the Cvtt(1)t fielil.i i f'>riiuUU1 ,.orute tivne i'* SI051,! C roliiii.: xxVwh bad la.ig'iagw of the Abulitioniit.s, Messrs.E without patients. Protestor Tucker, of the
!
chance f ir re-election, and thai conMiJeratioa.nd is now : / that five
nothin* vise mik's him pursue this bos- ** sign fur Liverpool shipper and Manchester road'* have pn-veMcd tro.-n co-ning tu naiket, than i igrr.m lure free ? :: lifors, mwdiily becoming, mere ins lent, 'niver..ily Virginia, has convinced us and ,P

Souib. It is milUwnen. In the northern and l btit the quantity is ml great. Suuh Ala.bimi ; and iht'ir machination: *, which are marked ban \ many other, by some interesting medical sta.listics .
towatd the utterly unworthy
tile course d-iced. and will k'* '
l Iae nnd astern states< ever t' r'ent i. iraitud lo work Florid suri GL.r'i, an* aim i-t t liter.; : equally: increased boldness, and nngarded that we have all been wrong in sup.
he
of any mm, whriever: nm' sf-ntatnn in favor oh !
till ICES of him who avowed himself no seceional Samvin.like in the mil. ally exhausted. I s|,< .-,. n fcdv\eJK',; for I lion iirreases otily : op m.ess; -all serve plainly tohow, that these poing that the medical faculty was larger

President and President of a The census of I 1930, a1iit trt ''JC! taken In have been tIII')1.tiI thera Lo.ik at, lie arm it'. agitators, cnnninsj'y') disguised und >rthe rna'kof than: it ought to be. The learned Doctor al.! -
no party.General
I rnulijilVd: :
Taylor tnu.t either have no moral the! Li. S., ill Kh-.wugrowth ,nmiber, tcrrirv aU in Nexv Orleans-famine hue rar'oe.urrixing .-- sinves by and add u I t |thianthrripy! and a pretended Zf-al in bt-hal! lows one pimician for SOD persons, which :
entirely uniample( inhum'.n by the Mis&Utii-j, anJ, see uhal of the the luit-itiunsofthe South think is too fur member of
he be : at.l I iutdutry. uti ? negroes |> ; we largn a single .
must so
perception of an obligation, or freo thin .
bc per' ofhe >fiheni 1 is In i'ie up cfoton___ i i'gr.ie the Pro of tin- th but that basis .
weak as to be the mere f< ot ball of! Li Cal.i- bis-ory.- Let, : great a \ ;rv Mnal. their '-fltatimtI aie in reality-though ,> e faculty ; u,>on Professor
While the vho'e i in throes, ( 011 1 World hiok to it-let the; state.nvn ol portion indeed, ranging fr.n ju ,? i iyj j j r,1res Ratififd North, wil'i: a strange intdtnalion, have not Tucker states that it would give 6S5 ax .'
net. country !IJut
Russia read the cenMIS ill Rome, and others none all.|| 'l'nf ml th of whole of
die France, Germany, and ate ) et learnt lo suspe-ct m -a nest traitors the number medical practioners in .
te is quietly perambulating Washington the ofllie I
I
of carefully, ili.igh it should startle them. I facts either proven, orsuvrttihlcolihe clear- pirt incited I liy Uriiiih and probably by Russian the United Sta'es. He states the annual
market inquiring price teg-MaMe* with wiich we
the uncertain Let desp-m-'m count every man in these millions ett pro..f. The crop then, juUlol Cicecj,. I II gold, and 'ngaged in plttlting the dis.'nemberment mortality among the whites to l ba about :2 per '
As to CM A ton, he is m ">t lei it a '
} lie a moital enemy, an-1 every acre oj I 000,000 bales. ( now m and overthrow of the Union. Have cent, uhich would! carry ofFabout 537 doctors -
the wh 5e Cabinet. promised as
tu : n ) in
ono man thing 1o one set -if Senators and another that Aast Conrmnwealth: as the inher.tance. ; ol I The ani'iunt on hand in i'uo 'nited States? at lie new l be Stite aAniitf, I t th I..y eyes and will not see 1 or will they from per annum. The professor, referring to tho

Co another set-ai i course be uiu l have; brolc- mankind: m rtgagfd: to the cauiol frt-e Join. I this time is 000,000 I II ., ofs.tVC.! ; lIe selfish! and paityiew?, continue to allow annual increase of our population: makes it .
bi
with one et. Tiier; i not asan Let En lanJf; ministers too, read and ponder I The gieatest amount to r .iv.yd prohibition this tt li-n of scorpions to exist-and knot and iU2,000, which ha thinks demar.Ji an increase
his prntcise resoui! t to keep
en whether the end of the u i 1
in Washington whose wi.nl is !kss relied well on this, and ask themselves, I to year 225.000 rilysunvndon'd! so ; gend'T: among them. The Fu erich revolution of 1,002 physicians. .

Aan his and yet Gen. Taj lor swears wiib such a sea and Und rival arising against orityanl vaa1 ue. : of \\ hich the first movements \vere s-> He reckons 2 per cent on 573 doctors who .
;
Jjy upan him. lin"landtliey can afT.ird by legalizing famine. ?.,. 8 0,000 \Vbea the South promising, and si encouraging to ths friends renounce phials and gal ipot*, and take tuto

avowed aiwMionist- force one half of our race to lice wr a 1iom1 France requires > 'flO ol I freedom and humanity-which assumed atthe tther pursuits, and then assume that tinder .
Ewin: ; lie is an to
As to r, ; hat
; anJ service of that ii.tal Of which she has received 19-Jjy i outset lo the of all circumstances 2.07Q
is Wi culleigue, Mr. Coamr!! of the Post and laws into the arms direct should! us language an eloquent new practitioners
to tme5: Scotish writer" the of butat uill be while! the entire of
Office Were it n >t for those already BO formidable. states aspect an Angel, required, amount ,
Departm-f.t. of the North But let'Ircl..nI. take it to heart above all. Leaving a balance of dmongstlhe I last vanished in a ho er of blood ;" (hitgreat graduates of the schools is but 1,500, which ,
the Frec-Soil party If this :
two men have cead to lie furmidi.Le. Let her learn that the growth of nations has Other for purls require semmtatiofl. and glorious nioveme.it, wo say-it isnow leases a deficiency inr the faculty tbrotigboiit :
would to
long ago, official ceased. Fertile energy, and the will that o'23, tuIht* now pay well known, was thus frustrated, and the t1flOfl. This is quite curious, and will
It is they who bv their patronage not he mtion.il (taxes :
hate nursed it to th present hour. How will not bend, still ImilJ up states, whether in Of xvhich they have threefourthsIt is I I b/onght; to a disi: tious termination-chiefly creato sortie surprise-among the savr.ns, who .

Jon will be permitted to carry on thisprice's. the wide pampas of the New World, or the received 110005 uidalion I of tie! by the intrigue?, the gold, and the emissaries always believed that the country was thick'y

they $exx ard and lrit.ui.I I studded and straitened ie ions of he( OM.Vmerica .- ) millions among whom were some of the members and broadly sown with physicitns.-LV. y. .

peraicio'J* have this clay 1nJr0 influence is as grand a fvld (for human enter- IF acted lorty-seven by custom of th" convention it-elf.) of Engla''t Prussia Star. .
assure
you when the of Columbu* first near- Russia. So lhre one so infatuated
all the as ship an any -
with Ge'ueral Tuylor'! Cnbinct ths.n pri e still been exacted in Surgical Operation by Dr. J/u,7.-We find
of Guanahani Ireland is () believe that the enemies of in itutio.ns
39S,00 cur -
"the shores ; as to ,
ed
Southern and Northern Whig* put together.JV but \ ional stipulation, a brief report of an operation by Dr. Molt, at
the irish race, a \viththe overthrow oflibert
to satisfied
been signed between the land of promise and ) the few ia Noah's I J
treaty has al i*:* lundied University, a days ago,
inexhaustible! in the prize* 00d0 in content to ee it thrive flfli;! '
the United States and Great Britain in re- land rich ill hope, iiitidrcd and five I Europe, are Times : H t
( devotion and genius, if the Irish people Great Britain require at flourish here ; and this! though at1rdedf1tcili.
pard to Nicaragua, which is perfectly satUfac.tnrv for rate arilPmtem, forced I A iourg m:>ii had a tumor groxving out of : .
their fortune. her present ot foreign
of even for their systems
ties
level on
to the DeiuocratB and Whigs. Clayton, rise to the I,' iare: been ( [ carrjing one of his r.o->trik. It came, in time to fill'! ;
B w of 3pft9 than
consumption befo.-c
seeing; from the j press and: the attitude the Sorcrdgns.A London letter in the Phila- She has received about G0f)0 nto I the notional I existed intrigue in against other us, greater country-through ever our the xxhole cavity, and' sr ejieasivrfy and firm.y ., .

Senate that no treaty with 1'n !Und, which Ameiican : linety.eight ., any atlah\'l.! that it uas itripoitiL fopulfitut -
deb>hia says and silly belief th doctrine that the
did not surrender htr pretensions in regard ', The Brokers of our Atlantic cities, must She wilUtill! require 83t>ijIf ); its greater simple and oppressed of other countries, who .> xvih; k r.--ps, c< i is do:.? with pf'lvpiThe! -

(o the Mosquito Coast, could be confirmed by very carefully examine, the British sovereigns she lakis every bile we lu on t(1 f it( hundred and '. poor worthy professor put on his considering cap,

the Senate, at list tuuritMcd' cinirage to demand and half sovereigns as a large quantuy of will not fill her xvant If 1'rin anqjjVr Theso are and stuch'cd out an operation : anrl then, to

it, and that was all tat was necessary, spurious coin is now j in circulation in London ; countries take their usual quattfs, ai5ne eration. Let those NOTE.-The epithet jjiar and scoundrel,not long make all sure, he performed it oa a diad body. ,
bettowed
for H-igland immediately l lii :raiit it, agreeab'.v but it is *> well made and -finished, that the lakes the whole of the iurpiuwlicolir with the South, and since by his so brother nnceremmiouily abolitionist! of the Tribune on this,"-Edifo-were. Satisfied tf its pntctibility he began. First .
inslructinns received liy Sir Henry deceivedThee soxceiiis loader the self ho made a straight incision frcrn the inner $ ,
to e.ireri best iud"i-s arofien Northern Factories xvill hardly *.v, i.j jlh|| over not followedwe learn, by any of the usual consequences '
Lvtlo-i Kulxver from Ln-d PabnerUon.-Eng.turrenders are mar.ulactured( in Birmuigham take every balo oilier surplus nhe flofJununry spirit that dictated of SUtC civitii4.! Anjonz the chivalry," corner of the eye to the month, through! the
all claims in her n .4 .tli if at whom Ibis truly edifying exampla Christian jmtience then dissected the flush from the
1aii not only mo t accomplished cuniiterttlIer5, utuiti liry but: lo I cany her th rout111. y\ hem khow, they upper lip :
lhat but alio the pio.tccu.rate each I urHie of the North "is go nuch in the habit of sneering ; such bone, so as to turn all the fleshy cf tLo ;
own right to country actually worth 10 shillings ) and she will not bava ten pounds' tln s,! h art lan; ne as the above, would nnt have been quite ..omfli'e'cly part _ _
tU Mo over q dei stand that a conbid.rablt quantity die to commenno operations oi ;e drif forziren. It would have Led-r.t tr a emohidlns upon ce.Thi -
powcttlon and of maintaining furLs' and gtr- b-i-n sent to tho continent and to the Uited: January, ISbO. | POHTIC.-One of *>r eaniny-tha 'u-iual resorts of vuljariany, > dona ha sawed through tbe bone, audhy 3 _ _

rites on thu coast. Tbe American! Company State*. I have lately wen counterfeit hall- These are rough sketches, | they i owing 1 to his lady or of the risJits of the North ; but t t.i a meeting, condiict d nice piece carpenter work! laid cpea the
constructing a canal ; \vl :ch} are And when (he d acronlirg to the strict roirs ol the Jsae1lo whole extent of the nostril .
have the and the 'fha tumor casiioxx I
.riority siipeijses Anti l lOt apjilicati. .\ de
now
{ crowns, shillings, true. My smi, take anil which therefore might have ende l, a* such aflaits .
provided they do %o wfl:< : txvel\e ,month ]I usually offiTcd at public houses, but they Eie !L'nme, ft veiy darpgame, has bc ayi,, I'd an wr him in ( so o'ten (!(0, anionj the hoJspura of the South- exposed cut Im e, apd easily extracted, 1

Iratrjihe date ofthe treaty ; they fail i lo do easily detected." N-w Orleans till the season past. t itt| l.*,,,i ,' I l.jii't do ii *mple; ht.t. l ii'itovmd by a ind
twfrutn, ihen tk2e ri! ht i s IUMI to any company M\ buyers ; t1ci trick of xvhichts ii'.t in Will jou, my and sincere> rt-coricilijtioii between honorable men hnt a line where the flashy pirt -
the stated that the petitions for the pardon Thi'florter 1 who weak! havecairied from the Seld no ranUVn?
w / part cf tha woild. 'iVw(* are II ii i derstood unitl it \xah too late to ciieracl i and were re.united. This was an ingeaioua, bald1 .7 !
Webfcter, have received more than u ,,1' I'd give n\y\ white amuimoities, bu an increased rwpect. esteem, fcr i
been *
-which has of Dr. and successful .
main frftturei of the treaty But we bev: now the game in oui-n hand 5. Ar.d Anewcr, eithother most cperitioq vt ;

vinc4 l ;y and whjeh wUl be ,ub nHl d to half million of tignaturw. % ; .,'r ; LL
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For lie Flondun tbd Jouinal.Prwpocw this from the above! balance of 438,124 and -" -- :- - -- ----- -r __ _, _
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T IJc Slori inn Gov. Branch and Cot Butler. With,! little ,ihat nmiablt __
so
& : reverent f" .
of the Cotton Tknter. we hare 323,124: : bales! for the consumption to Journal. \ I Cabdll. -
.M.
The last article! not due !from youth to and "tier a.iItit's. \', .
this date, of the Northern manufacturers. ---...- Sentinel contains an ( atti' ST I A \ ',! :!.' '
'I"bl
fQr the first tire fo Ifnpars, the ------------ he f \I': (
the .
lacier u ncmog prlcfl which yields cotton a The shipments to Europe and consumption) I R. B. HI i L T msTTcr E. D Y K E, editorial) highly complimentary to Governor Mush! [ Fioritirl sh-mi"\fi(rail ir Mi.:. ur Slra Cn>; (tnv' !1J? ,0'te\ f h.t U'ch t :- on :i,,' ,I :, ,..' ,.::11, ar thicb' the .Xe\tn11'"'1',,

muJerotely air return or his labor-on Inter.e : by the manufacturers make an ag. n-gite;. of F. lnrroRs: AXD PROPRIETORS. Branch and Colonel Butler, in which surprises !s.- jMTinfss' n* this seems to be: tptmmuris.! .. (twit> ",. '." "i' It : folowing Re t
!his 1311,282, and leave 7S7,9S! bal"s for future -- ------,--- ------ --- ,, i s"H have pmrm .. ;,. ';
neither sho'ild
on capital tearing some Just' relation -'- --- -- -- '---- pxprt": that of them and He fear will) rxcitp a bl ish o.ily; aan'g; ; 4: Rp\,, fl.r :, ""P
to tho pro&s derived (rom other investments, supply. Of this the north wi.l! un-bubtedly Saturday, May U, 1850e been h Hp;>nti.ied': as a Delegate to the NashvilleConvention. his thinking readers.- .?-:.ltvrsi! I <;, UIs.il, J, .rniin require 187.978 bales! and the stock left in :
aDd branches of t
industry. For the irMf: I
ten long -- --- ";r | "nWiTB h Ae lcrS 'I
years, hU boa have been. all tbe ports can hardly be less than 100000. -- '-- Th!nt Governor Brown i j.onr senior in ""ar'. sis pt f"rnt crlica
energies requiredto : tJTbe: last in: i.ur a IIis
mail ?
Iur"
mike a plain subsistence for himself and The entire shipments therefore, to the whole: brought us a variety of These gentlemen. we doubt not, will! full and our'.superior" in 4.a'Hlic"' ." Wf ii. iiit> t"'I-rhl'.I.i. ?rBhr ie 'm in etpnert I egiI i ,'.
his}) opSralires, and realize of Europe, that can go forward: in the balance: interesting documents from the Hon[ E. C. I ,. h he
from 1 1.1
2 to 5 percent appreciate complimentfrom such a qnirter: at question. But what there iJ in his s."iioriy! :4.11fv .'epieitatircs-poh, !
tbe ofthe year, cannot exceed 500,000 bales/ and I Cabcil, fur which he has Out ,;
on our thaiks. i a
capital employed ; that capital such a time. Of the latter the writer says : or superiority, which should make ciiminal I t h' ftr.."i tirepresent:
itself greu.tly depreciated from this : will moss probably fall short of this amount. -----:--- i UV ihrfr' uHhe'nf. O"r'.
cause. Producing he does very So much for the l del* of the ca.'ie.ow let t Democratic State I allude to Co!Robert Busier: -the friendand i in us to use language in regard to him, even, I t pccifiilly r hint to : !
as an article indie- Convention. .. hir elf. (:u early as practicithleV.-icancff; "
us look at the prospects before u?. It will be companion of Gen. Jacskoti, and whose l less offensive than that which Ae
pen hIe.'o! the comfort of the whole world- seen that Jefferson'County has applies to the for r -el.ction." : !*
The (ruth cannot: he dftguhed that, for the military services under that great chieftain,
l
one that "is the great regulator of t taken action late illustrious: Senator from South Carolina,,
commerce i iii
prompt
behalf have The
of inscribed
his
the State in :
name imnperishahecharacters meeting
depressing market the minageJ '
and thit form a standard of ralue purpose our manufhclurcrs Try aroit
more un. Convention. we are at loss determine.
a to GOT. Brown (0
erring than gold &ud silver, ft hit been the at home and a broad, have done all Counties in remote portions of upon the record of (he country'sglory. praise Mr. Cabeil and tt-rn tIme cold sb

fate of the American cotton planter.!In all this m they could to dcminith the apparent consumption the State will, see that there is little time to be This gentleman care to Florida be. if called upon lo blush," would bush! for upon tho Southern o r
Con"etior at the
and to swell ihe amount of stock lost. We f fore the change of Flags-in fact officiated a. JOHN C. CALHOUN. So told "1'
time thereby in
to work cheaper to live plainer! to be urge: upon them prompt: action. we are I t time. The Jacksonville
more dop-ndanf, and to suffer more impost. in thrt, markets.! In England:: especially( for Our respected and the representative of ihe United States at the language Ihat admits of but one interpretation, Republican is eq !
cotemporary co-laborer cession of East Florida the authorities: of accomniodsiling; in its
lion si9! i ic the regulator in this business. by sediments.! It(
than full to the lot of great in his DM j
other Jacksonville reply to Senator
ciis *
,
any su' g-sts the 10th of June Spain. oince ihis event he has been living 1orton' leter.- opposed to the *
x\hoc 1.hQr and ; in they have resorted to finer filbric!,!. so a* to as Suuther Convention
capital their operation?, the day, and the White : uslocated and established Where \t'l" reference"for then ? Where Ittlt
Ire directed with: an eq have worked all the Nothing: would ifol, and : well be called the Father of lie was J Where I VTfc
genee and energy. Indeed he has been such up raw cotton on please us boiler, th &II to make mn "rcrece"joleioQbiltitI Congressional candidate. Well

anunrcbis'ing'; victim to the schemes and cupid. h3nd-m\nt: of the Manchester spinners act'jally a visit to this inviting watering pace.: Nor, State.. Why!;. WHS he passed h1? U'a the .1 rCt'e r.nro" the sanctity of a dying bed- tlemen arc right. Mr. CaMl iheg&g, A,
friend
of is
improper
ity of the manufacturer! the banker, the bro. : limiting their purchases' to three days do we object to the day mentioned. con'ienlial Gt'ucrl J.ckon an for cxpering patriotism, departing purity, and I their iro ,
at time when But as I person 'lo participate in ail effort ** 10 est man ; and any ono of their
ker the supply a they arc often knownto ;
,
ship.O\:ner, that: these and all other two counties : sinking ? &t.SoL,
interests readily combine to : from him stock, themselves for six weeks or tWI t Leo.1: and! Jefferson! have already ) presenc the Union and protect inviolable! the greatnes Convention I lends, whom they might r"

his): hard earnings', until his squeeze profits' or income montlas' a.bead-and they have suffeie.d their I agreed upon the Lover Springy and I Constitution of the United Slates V1 Mr. Calhoun, in his last appeal to his countrymen : stead coming out/ /, would be no ran.". fc

ii I reduced to the lowest rates, at which be itocks of man f ctured goods to be reduced t to the 17th of JUNE, we fear that it would make I Yet it seems that all Col. Butler's merits I portraying the' dangers to the South i at the end of the Congressional ,."

will concent to WOI k. And, hat anytime a the lowest point. By this course ofpolicy t they confusion to advocate another day and a differ. were not enough to entitle the gray-haired I from anti-slavery aggressions in connection i had better believe that wee. e7

short reaction in his favor, revives his diooping impress their customers with the idea tliit Ibl'crop ent plac'e submit this veteran to office under President with the increasing claimed for tho we are ginag th8
matter to the a who had I powers good advice, and
hopes and stimulate his U i larger than estimated, and that they not t test the q..> stj0n
calling! up exertions to free himself from hisvassalage succeed in forcin: prices, (al! they papers hoping: pun them, of course, will

be is treated as an ingrate: who have often done before) and so purchasers of t they may concur with us, and thus prevent : ish." I seems that I the confidnntial friend I said, What was once a Constitutional Fed-I- wry faces. They will swallow Mr. C.make

dcsirea to turn upon his ben friends and kindest their goods become timid and buy sparing1)e any disagreement. of Gen. Jackson. whatever may have been I II eral Republic, is now converted, in reality? p. a.had grace. But they must Mibrm "'it

guardian: and protectors. They cannot Meanwhile: the consumption of --- his fitness unflness fo the office of Delegate into one a absolute a that of the Autocrat of medicine, too, though 1e
beat to hit world on steadily, and the ability and Gen. unpalatable, '
eee goes Taylor's Influence and do
prosperity or rather will not Devotion to the Russia, and in its \i
permit its continuance without increasing disposition to consume is every where on the South. to Nashville, was, at any rate, an"* improper as despotic tendency&c,. them pood.

their exactions, .nd devising plans to reduce increase. AND ix NO WAY CAX THIS CONSUMPTION What: an exr.ltcd] idea must the person to participate" in the services To secure the South from an overwhelming As for the Democrats they, intend lo

him back to his degraded It-n'lu ':.a hewer of BE SCFM.IED BCT Bt THE AMERICAN : ]C. of the influence of Ji-n. Tailor' Whigs nave of his country, under a no-party Prl'6idcnt-al numerical majority: in the North, he suggestedan Mr. C. I fair race, and beat him with give

wood and drawer water,' for his benevolent COTTON PLAXTCnS. when the)r President who, but for Col. Butler's amendment of the Constitution. What: a cn.
tell! dulate who is
talk-master Over-production has been the cry of late us that the Wilmot Proviso.,:- .tln\V. .. .,.f.. ......<..., magnan. Governor Brown 8 strongly in faror ,-,r ,.J.
unity, in all probability, never would havereached says 1 If I feel called Soushern '
would! uponto :
for down the of long since have Convention as he is_
although
Hut there i* no need of pursuing this train years putting price cotton, passed Congess, had as true
a
orr(>fJ cti'm. It has bocn suggested by the it was not true. For, with two full Gen. Taylor taken grounds against it ? lIe the place, which he now holds! withso 6U5in this connection, it is for those who Southern man, too, in every respect, and

great effort making in the cotton market: of crops in succession, the last of them being the has remained mum, (only little credit to the country. .The father pronounce this Government a Russian depotisrn who. at the same; time, i is free from the one!

Europe to depress prices, in the face of a de. largest ever known, the surplus stock has been Executive Proviso !) and lo recommending the of the State" was tenominiousiy. turned out of t who think themselves able to improve heresies! which mnfcp Mr. Cabeil \V2{

cidt'd.hort/. crop now going forward and ] gradually lessening-that is. the consumption : we are saved: office in State I, it-who, in to anticipated! ohjectioaa
I Wilmot and his IT&t a President who was respect griev. be! (as we think) to
without the slightest that ther. has: been gradually over-taking the production. I gang have sunk, ;into, contempt ) a majority of the people!
pretence is any to make ances, would change or destroy i it:," &c. .
What pledged no removal for opinion'ssakethus ( f the State.
.
other reason, th-in the mere desire to lesson What then will be the state of things upon I a glorious President for the South !

the profits of the cotton planter, and to in- the crop now going% forward, which is certainly What a debt gratitude does she him furX'OT fixing upon the proscribed soldier We, for our part, have not presumed to Death

t'Ie31C! those (If the manufacturer. The world I f now known to be full 700,000 bales short jl jlI opposing the Proriso-fur owe the imputation of having% been dismissed for speak of Hushing" for Gov. Brown. We : Just of Col.! Wyatt.

it at peace.: The supply of breathtfTh" most j''I ofthe preceeding one 1 lIthe British rnariu-: it in his saying nothing, the want of capacity or fidelity( -taking from only wondered that highly! wrought cornpli- i i we are going to pess, intelligence! 8
i I facturers to the world with against rrlP tlge. And oh the bitter has reached us of the death
plentifall. Trade cease supply !
is under fewer restrictions r the'I'I'Ii I condemnation him not only 'his office, but, as far as the miserable II meats and praises from the hot bed of OICO'SVJLLItXVy.tr.

than at any former period. Capital: more II i stout heavy cotton goods they require, due to Cass, Dickinson, Ibu*. '! At'JI.1 \ HP died at sea, berweea:\ New Or.
abundant ; the precious meltals are incrt 3s. will be only a greater demand: for American I las, Bright, Berrien, Webster and lie rest, who concern at Washington could do it, tionism and Free Soilism, did not him : !leans and Tahlaasse! ahwrdlhe

ing by success! in mining beyond all former manufactures. And lithe North follows the I have pronounced against this abomination what was far dearer than office, his character !! Llu-h." I Wm. R. Pele'. on the .5chooi:

precedent.! The I British example in this the South al o. Col: Butler, will right Wednesday
of respect wo doubtless
For say
means
communication, if the Sentinel be apeI') I' Whether our pertness" will excite Bib inr.
a 63
rigbl in aged
art ,'uti, inrreased, not only throughout the I stands prepared to fend her heavy shirtings, I claiming op. predate compliments corning from the "blush" years. His remains. will U
civilized world but are rapidly: extending; I osnaburgs, &c., into all the foreign markets! I plause for Ge J). TaIor's refusal i in his fle$. sans of the Administintion. among our thinking readers, we inferred this morning at Tallahassee.Co .

among the millions of semi-barbarians, now I demanding them. So thit, thanks to the J sage to speak out in behalf of the Constitutional ; know not. Trie good opinion of such is de irlo !. U'yatt was one of the earliest,settlers!

requiring" supplies. and comforts heretofore_ un- i I principles of free trade and to southern en.terprise I .! rights. ofthe South! surely those who lave As regards Gov. Branch, the Sentinel writer us.'e hope that we have it. But surely of t Florida, and. was long a prominent and__

i.KIJOW u -10 in- "m. So-: that" thevorld (the commercial j the effort.C speak of will) only tnus spoken should! come in fur would not more gladly have seen him a j if it is to bo secured only by an abatement of influential politician in the u

world) has more desire to consume, 1! prove suicidal to those who ensage; in them, Surely Southern our censure. Delegate to Nashville than His I our'devotion' to South and Territory. Ht
ourselves. tbp a cessation of .iveral!
and more ability to what it I I by diverting trade into new channels, and in. Whigs are in a most dis. yar il.p, removed from Midile to
procure require I j tressing position, when age, talents, and distinguished name, not less our opposition to those whose believe South !
In successful i course we Ftridi-bis
\iew of all this the cotton planter: claims to i viting competition in new quarters.' they resort to such ar. I place of resiJence it the
partake of the general: prosperity!! and considers I Another strong ground ot encouragement. 1 I gumcnts lo sustain! their Pivsidcnt--arguments than his well known devotion to the South, I inimical to her interests-llien: we must time of his d! ath.

the recent shoit crop, as affording; favoraMe !! to the cotton planters to select this as a favor- ,I which will have; force, only when Judgment point him out as one admirably fitted for the I content ourselves to live without: it. --
time to his i able time to vindicate their right to a fnir council in which her I Richmond.We .
assert claim. Cut he i is met re- I has< fled to brutish )bea&ts rights and interests are I
by indication not to be mistaken th,it this j muneration for their labor ; i IK;, that, even at their reason." and men have lost to he considered. But severe :j A Southern Slaveholder and Southern a few weeks sine, published from tfcs

claim is ,about to be retired to the bitter end. j I this early period in the growing crop, we can unfrtunatel- Richmond notice of
sickness in his family, makes it I Cabinet. Enquirer a in
We know from past experience that the pronounce with great certainly, it will not ex. Patriotism indeed } Gen. extremely I meeting
Taylor's silence which.
struggle! is a most unrqml:' one. On one side I iceed an average, most probably will! not 'be i I in regard to the Wilmot Proviso-his 1 doubtful whether he could attend the Com'en.1 r One of the Whig papersofFlorida remarks, j i lion ficmond.in behilf without taking definite acj .

ihi party interetted in pulling down prices is : greater than that now going to market. We than silence in worse lion, if a Delegate. Unceilaintr as to this )i ironically, 'A Southern Slave-holder! and a of the Southern Convention

I composed ( smaller: numbers, condensed in / say: this, because the crop i ill later, the season Proviso" advocating the Executive very important matter, deterred members I i Southern Cabinet are very unsafe guardians j voted down resolutions intended to defeat Ihs

towns and cities, used even more backward than it was last year. -we do wonder if there is one man of( friends of the measure. A :
compact, to act in concert I, of the late District Convention, friendly to j; (It f the South !I" committee were
with means of coiutant; and sapid intercommunication And in more than thirty year's observationwe in the United States, besides the Editor of the 1 appointed who. a: a .
have appointment, from urging his nomination. I We think showed last week that ', sub-equent muting, reported
known WQ the
and to whom not a very backward Sentinel, who 'believes that ,
long prosperity) crop devotion to the interests II'! in favor of sending D :
hat furnUb abundant turplu! capital], with : prove to be a large one. Last year the autumn oftbe South had Of the Delegates appointed, Messrs. Dupont i: present Cabinet, so far from being a S*>nth"rn this egatP'. For
i
tbc ability to monopolize, as well as to sus. i f was most favorable fur picking, and the We believe anything to do with it. and Foreman, our personal knowledge of the ] Cabinet, contained not only four .Northern to !I I,I T' port a bitnfe! : was offered !hy Judge
pend their operations. when there i is !!! late frosts enabled cotton to mature much not one. It was to prevent d.chLr'bfdcf1md first, and the t 1clertsnn,! and :adopfed. The resolutions!
J -. adequate' reputation ofjhe I concj ; three. Southern' m.n, 'but real.lv cnnta.!'>ed tjmr J .J___J t _
e5
is opposed to ; concert. The numbers* v'\i Ifiere tjccn trot at the dsual time, anti ordmary ; / asJute} Prmiso in lf.Rq nju.nui rxoriso.srE'nus ctIntras'Ing .oytne cmfiirer:
proper i them 'TJ,
are greater diffused over a wide extent of share of bad weather, the crop would have the North, and against it in the Souti-ihjs as gentlemen admirably fitted (or the ap1pointment I somewhat unfavorably! \vi'h:! the Cabinet: of and a 'e. i ir will he perceirecj.are vervstmr;

country unused to act together, diverse in been two or three hundred thousand bales less!! it was that kept him silent. This it which they have received. Gt'n.1! Mr. Pok! which, ins ead of containing a Th :fo rpa( irnprorementon on Mr Macfa'rland's.
majority .
was, too y not
their and education I than it was. With unpropitious seasons, long Dupont, though a Democrat) is as little of f. of disapprove ofthe Nashville Cor.
training as the boils! they that led him to advocate: the Executive a j practical: Free Soilers, was not disgraced vtntion, se. but '
much Proviso per
rain only
cultivate, habituated to rely! each hi I droughts, or too storms, catcrpil- partisan as an one whom we have; I!I and hat at the present time,*
individual and rather upon lars or early] frost, we may fall below lastyear's insuring' the admission of Cal/ornin/ -,..._, known. In } p\pr by the presence of one. I j is. no I on accOU:1 of th i'-,-. -Spnii....",<'- f.__
energy reasoutces Ihan I without going to Nashville! the Slate ; doubt! ?, this! Wilmot [ mise Committee which v-ompro.
Proviso I
and under favorable circurnstances which may Cabinet has
,
!! j slavery | of G occurred
upon the powers and combination of II I: crop; a distinguished Whig be assurred that I <>n. j I first sincet\
Afl1S P he in
So long too has been the planter's bondage- cannot look fsra large one. of Virginia pronounces "worse" the goes not to build up oneparty Taylor.! which makes the Administration theadvocate I I ( meeting Richmond. Jud e R./ resolu-

to deprcksing its effcels upon his spirit and hi* The bulk of the last crop we know is now Wilmot& Proviso. tt.1 nor pull down the other, but to serve IheSouth ? of Executive Provisos, and 1 ton reconjze* are thoroughly the Stales Ri hl; ,and clearly!

_______ in second hands. The Planters as a body and save; the Union. secures doctrine of secession
resources-DO often has the cup of hope been Mr. Foreman, a to it (the admiration and -and it i i.
will derive little benefit\ from further rise Mr. Willou hby' Xewton support of the ultraantrslavery amusing to see the Whigs ;to
late I ,
daibed from his that any a gentleman
lips, appeals! to him in ; Whig we are informed?, of most excellent compelled to S3t'E tbemplrcs
Whigs of the
that may: take place this season. The battle I member of Congress, in North-men who adopt and !
favor of other method
of relief a swalOV
than powerful letter is resolutions
any by sense, we doubt not, equally; favor of secexsfon fr
I patriotic, and denounce Webster after
therefore is between and
at present chiefly the 1 condemn r
harder work, efforts to increase his and I speculators against admission of California Clay. \Viif about the ralkl so much
crop ues the I
I and nnnufact'Jrrrs-the former equally unselfish as his colleague. We such advocates of ihe
be. Cabinet
}ire certain a !, and a President ; Conren.
by adopting a more stinting who I :
economy, arc received following language : confcssc. (lion beius di
with diktrust: to succeed to Borne extent, for, in a 'cry hi eve, then, both eminently worthy of beingtrusted. his ignorance of unionisf3 ar.d nuJJiSera, &c.-
or openly opposed-on\! I What
statesmanship and his I I will t the!
few weeks! more, the latter will be entiu-ly at But 1 said i was 5'Ote. The As for their want National Inteihiemcer
oft I one
founded s being residen's
by repeated appeals, on facts and open of (Ibestme of qualification fr his the awkward say la
their mercy.Our the other is covert. The, excites I ofncc, is the rt'lh'. trap in which its
eetiriidtcs one co-worier!
collected
: carefully and arrated. ntpiritI, :
phce we
can are not llief! the here have
aware much
main therefore in of resistance that insures to be won.red at ? been caught; ? rWht'n
confidence be inspired, that cotton 'planter object this appeal], our' safely that Count Ignorant /
: is ni the Lnion-the other lo } (f Madison] or Hamilton, or Jefferson he h-is to consult : hirplf/ i it i is
have the power to redress themselves, and to arouse cotton planters to make timely lulls us into fa ihe! 6e. 'u Cabinet. A rntjorilv remembered that the

compel the world to do them justice ; and that I I preparations against another crop. Let them I curity, 'fiom which we shall} only awale to _has___any_: : _interests. ,' in the'u"pending questions in his Cabinet are Wilmot Proviso. ?,!-., l.n off. of Richmond stands, about: five popfiUior fo
find -
I that -
fix on a minium price, below which they will I our rights have i opposuon 10 ol UaiJsdm. \Yh:' ont
the present> season is tnokt auspicious to com I Iracrce. whicl beei spared Hose Their in. Tat lor is himself! ;n all Ul'mocrafp ennfew that tins; f
is
J JWe not sell even in cast of an average crop ; and I! by/ate, have been by stealth-i\A cha. te rests are all identical ; aud! the' Delegate: good old whose probability J'. a very ;IS we.I! as could be doing about
man
allk nu attentive consideration ofthc i j I, we fcu gest 12 cents nell, as a price that will \I fed under a sense of our degradation the who serves Gadsdcn, "'i at thc same lime tied service m the rl"ld enti I rxpecfed.In .
'1 yield a fair but not extravagant: remuneration, bonds ofthe Union will no him to the thanes of his : the election! : which he, jyt taken
; facts. j longer to The
seem
following They are taken from such j us and wih equal] fidelity, serve ihe country. place
of the cotton tables publibhed weekly in the I'. And fchi'uld any serious disaster reduce the silken chords connecting ug ujh, friers, anj irileiests. of r(.responsibility for his tcfs, in his present posi- James C. Crane, one ofiFe t most popular .nd

Charleston] :Mercury within the last four I ClOp materially below an average: l hit them brothers, but' chains |10 bind us to alms in very aher County. (lion, for which he is uferly unqualified, should !I estimable men in Richmcnd, & been beater
"
:1
- I insist i on a corresponding increase in the feeling and interest. fl ..
months as can conveniently referred rest his Augurt-the
advisers
to.
upon aad I. vote
On the 27th Dec. 1819, the deficicncy of-I price. To effect this, instead crowding all "The tendency of this proposition i k int only The Admissba of California. into the the party which put largest} ever given in p.lcd being t the

the receipt of cotton at all the ports) under t their contracts and engagements: into the first t to defraud us of our rights, but to (.jC3t us Our thanks are rie lo Senator Morton for Pre-JJenry one whose nomination, 31o Richmond-for Augu.t I.

those of the previous\ sear at the same dates, ., of the year, thereby obliging themselves to o four understanding. To submit toile Wil. a pamphlet: a letter, signed according to JJ r. Webster, was not fit to he ; for Crane, 763. .August is a warm 2,1..!
is stated at 51,990 tales.] hiirry forward their cotton, and force sales, let rapt PIOVISO, would be mere disgrace ; to sub. copy'_,in Randolph made." I vocale of the Convention, Crane an ,

On the 3ht. Jan. 1850, this deficiency had I t them bet about a change in this respect. mil to I this insidious measure, would be dis. of Uoanokt relation to the admis. rOInLE-Tbere opponent- .

enlarged to 140,923 bales! averaging 17,745 They I have an advantage over almost every grace and nullification combined- sion of California Old Zack Taking the Studs has been immense and

per week. other: article of produce-in the ease with One question we would like to htve Never until '. reAd this letter, have we The Washington correspondent writes to highly excited meeting in Mobile, ,in relation

On 2Sth Feb. it amounted to 259.789; which cotton can be kert without damage or J fGt>n. Taylor's be ansxvered. really known b. overwhelming arc the objections the New York Journal of Commerce : to .the Southern Conrention. The movement
deterioration. In So
intance
recent course
making a weekly: average of 29.541 bal-s. I found 1 have lain in a cotton was eminelly just, wise Pre. I j agaiir Ms measure. We doubt The malcontent whigs will be was sustained by an overwhelming
On the 29h.: March it had increased l to a Lh'prpool'are.houlip, proper, and prudfr.t, and Mr. overuled. majority.
401, 31-and tho weekly a\erago; to 35,777 i in excellent preservation for twenty four withal, .so serviceable! to the South why is whether ever ;ere, ince the foundation of his Bel conversation staled, in his with speech, to-day, that in o great was the enthusiasm, that John A.

i that the govornnvn/so/ monstrous a General Taylor he Campbell, the powerful advocate
bales. years i we find the ultra antUhvery of propositionhas declared that he of the meas.
And on the 2Glli. April, it hat swelled t to It was intended to have presented some t the North in solid phalanx Whigs been ur, /upon Congress as ihe admission dictation ofthe would not be bound by the ure, was borne off from the meeiing oa t the
his Executive whIg in
other considerations and hints but supporting parly
we are opposition to his shoulders
653,723-andtho weekly average further enlarged I of Cali/0'a' under her own of his admiring friend
close rather : Proviso 7 Cass, Dickinson present applies judgment.It ,.
bales. obliged to abruptly-perhaps: in Bright
to 45,459(lb. it is During the singleweek the opinion of the reader, having already been I Dallas and Buchanan, are dou h'- faces- I; (ton, and t'fi 'the boundaries which she.1 was in contemplation, some I two weeks Arrest of George 1.
ending April reported at G2, to send
I. tedious and trite in what false claims. Vfe will hope, even ago to General Taylor! We Buoch
381 tale! sufficiently we have to freedom. Gen. Taylor and Thornas I against hope, Whig members a committee of ear by a private

Tho account* from all quarters I lead us to said. A PLANTER. Benton, are now the gods of their Idolatry. ; that no sNbi of abominations, either b continuance of(he, to remonstrate Cabinet.against the I this city yesterday, that Mr. Bulloch, 'Ibp(sb ir.

l suppose that a very smill part of tile ciop re. Correspondence of the Floridian & Journal. Says the Albany (N. Y.) Journal, Seward's I itself or JonnClrnlh an)other )- that General Taylor present, hearing out, remarked It is said tcoundin B.tnk of Cashier f''t6 Central Rail Rod
: mains in the interior. The prices have ruledi.o TAMPA FA., 22 1850. law. that if S.arannaJ' been ,
April organ : mel, will come The proposition uanoutraagairtt they came to him, they England i arrested n
!
much higher all the lesion than planters MESSBS. EDITORS :Within the last ten : which North there were Vistas would find ? brsught: back in .the steamsh

bate been accustomed: to receive oj| late years, days, we have a report, which we believe to: "In this most embarrassing) : crisis, Col. / t. So Jb, East as in una life. in civil life as well Caruhri, ,in c"'tody, ofJIr. Bettrnan, one cf

whilt] the roads and wers were in a most be authentic, that the Chief Bolegs has Benton is bearing himself nobly. The cause anc We, shot: join in protesting. ewer military I t bl Hoslnn oi .

fatorable stale all the winter to get the cropto i backed out of his engagement at Choko Nikla of Free Soil and of Freedom owes him much. k&v tat o'Jlbt'r men will only vote The Tariff of 1846. The offiwr left Boston in the steamer tr at

market, that very {few have been inclined % and now refuses to emigrate. We do not NEXT TO GEN. TAYLOR be is the man on for h athe le Devils. But can there be The Washington Republic is sailed for England on the day after the robh .

to lhod! hack. In proof of this the tables! perceive any unusual activity among the whom the hopes () Freedom bang." any e greatf than her admission ? Our rapid and feeble making I L.ry was O. discovered here, at the instance ofMi:.

show that the total receipts of all the ports: troops, and infer from this: circumstance |hat How comes this, ? true that Benton / elegat ion is of dices attempt to re'iold! preju. Reynolds President of the South.W
Congsional this
on fern Hail-Road! fJ.
I i course, better subject.
.durtn the last three weeks have averaged only there are U yet no orders from Washington is one of the South's A solitary fact, stated Company and Mr. \\'.
27.602 bales per v.'etlq; during the same) to use the army on the frontier at all against belt friends 7 Is it true prepad lo ju& and decide than wo areWe .- by Observer," the Washington) : Wadley, Agent of the Central Rail-Ro f
that .3.
correspon
time Itrt year the average receipts were 67,. the Indians, not even by way ofdemonstration. Seward has become the advocate and tievo 11)' will ha'.e powerful reasons dent ofthe Ledger, thus blows its: whole the Company, both of 'whom were in that city s..,1'

390 Uiii; -and for 1848, were 64.W5 per It is said that the Indians have retired to the supporter Southern rights. If so, then, in for a* act-Winch they may take. But we into the air ; argument tim and. were apprised of the robbery by

"",ele. southward of the Coloosehatchee River-that applauding Gen. Ta'lore should sing prai*. bfgiiea to nsider long and veil, before "The telegraph.Mr..
BuIIorh
After this time lut year about 840,000) in, they hare abandoned all their lands to the es to Seward, for according ng to one of ihe lead. 'thetes for such Revenue from Customs, for the fiscal in which was arrested before this sch?.
any year ending 30th Abel he
bale were received up to the close of(he cot. north of that River, but it does not appear that ing advocates Seward, the N. Y. Courier proposition.theiC I the estimates of.Mi.June, 1850, ejreedj.alt: the: have taken of the abandoned Meredith, for t the >lin'tifI.Georgian.Simple !
ton or lt. of September. If we take troops possession I. lirginia whole .
year and
the ratio of<,reccipU cow, at compared with! district; : -tho reason is, there are no ordcrs Enquirer, his position in regard to the opfjition/ Election. year, by more I than hnll!1 I million of dollrs. cure for
the
Jug to will
List year at this time, (lor the basis of ebti- authorizing the movement. It is not belieed Territories, is identical with Gen. Tailor's.Says Southern ( onven. I probably between lnd Journal of' Health! Croul.-\\'e! find ;in tho
there will be need but that tic, /las, wJloubt not, done ;its work in perhaps millions of flu\tngsirpfe re.w-
mates, there cannot be over 1-10,000; or 150: ,. any fighting ; paper : Virgiaby This colars. dy for this dangerous

000 bte.JU in the interior ; add this totI.( .. i iatfcount there will- be-need-- of the.demonstration- tl ie- Senator Seward declares exnresilv- KU &h, to the Democrats a lar.ch. -in.Qa '..- t: has not been a "famine. year :" >. have! passed: nights of reat cis'a nonv.l. Those Ht ih*. fi who..<'k

already received, 1,606,526 bales, eyes 01 tue Indians, of a 'foicccapable! l of full concurrence in that proposftion.'Au: entire d ma/tty/ m !the Legislature, a, ,the re. phenomenon must therefore t bo eipUined/; "t !loved children, will:treasure< nJ'ii -- --- --invaluable -. 1
will be bales! convincing them that .gorerntn n.t is in earl; : tcpriucpll. There |is'', nevertheless J up a an .1
the
and tvUlVop 1,956,520 willingness to adopt t/erjlify.ofinactiuly-of! itof theJe election. Last t yearthe piece of iu'ormilion./ If chliJ i
Con is
a
from Tup .prosperity ttr..IIMpart! of Flori. ( Jein.baAnjoim strong party in rlss, who want |In taken
tbo stock standing over neU. with
) lastyeai's
crop I creating n.ntw: Territorial Governments G, nts haunt, a majority of homer,valuations,, introducted Stta croup instantly: apply cold water
in aU the ports was 142,74 bags-which i da depends upon ib&ir removal.' The gov. ichich lie President has 22. to proh-ft t t ce water it prssi'lt'' stidifenly and ]
suggested. ihlelurns
jfhiild of frauds to
the against freely
ruekes a totil' for supply of t 2,09&/260 bales.OflttKJuamify ermnent .is'pledged to remove-thera. It re. Jate election yet""ro rc'.rIIO and lo give? Ue A. the IIPCK and rhesf, with

si5Bake; ; 1 h"av been al.- mains now to be seen whether that pledgewill Will no Southern Whig presses spare : 'tAg in/08/ last year, the Democratic ma. -uiericari of..he mulfLcturtr: or iron Uster i1-! bln.ft l>rpathng::: xv.ll. .|mM r i inrunedwfefy a: sponge.f be reli'Too r.
Ha&pfjjuiil 455,124 bfe redeemed, when a demonsra.! little ia their columns from Jty \viDc5 20-bcinnr experience of a certain pd.! t
rta.diutotTto : to north. proper space eulogies : gain of fourteen< sears, byfixm rlher: uf >L> soon as 1'o'e! It.t/ha/ offerer drink

era ports$ over and ...JQ\'e what has been already lion offorce sieais to be required to acccmpli&h upon Taylor for praise of Seward I I he and)I ....jeri I\v ell done, Old Dominion,; I The.iult 'tide, ncconJin In hevalueofil.its (:liailo .r- I as much. ;.., i ir: cal: : r *I uipe the sufferer dry,
remapped from l.be.IQ'r""U1'" to Europe. its redemption. The army are under Gen. ] i is : I"t'rf pric4 fur a cr. and cover it up warm, and .
Taylor the oriani, 'Mm soon !
occupy same .. as a U period. a quiet > wu
in will
4. The stock on &band in New York on the 15th. the impression that ike |people] of the State do psitiol behalf / filec Stales Senator TMi tint inll.Jf'.r, will the IJtr'j. relieve the
of the Executive Proviso I hrlecled-Mr. principles of the paints anxiety, and lecd
,
to rariU.of
S cxii :
April was 126.Ua'and: in all the northern not care whether the Indians are temoved or just to j Mason' term being 18 IB, arid Jet plo\e the heart in to Power

ports will noteicwd 135.0UO. Deducting not. Yours truly. tol one, and condero the other // ii bout ttpire.Hf Oppoe satisfactory,it to,I many Who :r now partially which has given thankfulness t puro gushing the feuntaia

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Ftj* the tloridian: fc Journal.Sa oci-an, that) moment the coistittitioti' Cor.tTTnt.s,
Tb LrHfo Conrentioq, or H Southernrnrer'ion extended ile.! line of :KJJ| norih LililuJcas t the To Ihe Editors ofllr FiotUi.in Sf Jmirnul: m.tikrt quiet, and prices unchanged.llwre MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.Till Ft.nkID.t's. ) AT CHAMBER.

U proposed to to liel.-J nl Nisl: antt hero bt iit of nr.ihilMiio** ufsUvrty to t hit: I scarcely know \\nMlier! it is important to Mnrlft._...The inaiket for Cotton in royiiar course ol Lecturrin tins Irtitna W.duinton County. J. March S, 1850.XN ,

: or Memphis( or swiff? oiher; place, in 'lir poitJ. Tliis i is the U j(> o'dctr.ne; of ti.e South, coned an error, which seems to have been Havre is steady, and the price of the article is commence\ 0:1 the rlrt r-f Nosejnher, and the martyr of S>on ilhGaiidian cf Robert
\\\f\ continue last of The Anatomical Robert Rsstit'ceased :
until the February. i.:. Russthincrheir of : <*
.lure! of June 1953. For what p'irp->*( liifcii -- of ill* slate olnlt's i of the. nistiinJ of the Xas! circulated by the opposition Piess.es of Floiidi unchn: nged. Depratm will be open and ready to receive i>i Ihe petjtton] Stephen J Kochesrd James M.

I. ; Ccnrenti-in l been iirojpf led arid itisl :nVij'GunrtiiuUon viiir CtMiifitidn, of the liee Slates and of I the in wlii-'h i they endcauir to show, by the General Matfcrs.-Tlie bullion in the Bank Indents b> the fir't of October. The Medical De- I Long, curiiuji.. praying tiiat Sion Smith, Guardna .
fbo of 1760, rrcogtii/fd th) United States: .vepsuw'v' and collectively ; be. j returns of the Flection for Delegates! to theN of England has slightly declined. The rate artment will be under the direction oUbefollowingPROFESSOnS. as arcsad.; may be. required l In give new stcurili-. .

p. eioSIeP of ftavery ft N H K K"ial I'isimitiw' ; ), a* cause it is the ciiiiMHuli.iu. The fonstitution, .-hi nile! Convention, i that Georgia, and par- discount ij now 2! per cent. in lieu ot be petitioners rnnvtd front, or in raid default Goardiarv-hip ll.tuof, tht! It midSmith' ,

oniflgeflCY! of eocicty vvherover practiced. I then, as it i i.% is I lli.U: Soul Ii of the :jU,; tlegieeof t ticul.iily I il cogee.. is nppo ed to the measure, Rumors are prevalent that the English Z. FRrcMAr, M. D, Professor cf Anatomy. riii: totve r satistarlrort of thi9. Court that 'aid appt 4

Thin a recognition lui; Iruo of iho Union atlurg north latitude, Congiess has no 'light In but if the rrror i is i>f sullicient consequence Ministry, i wing to the fiict of being unsuccessful R. S. NEWTON M D. ProtVsst/r of Surgery. Sion Smith, Guardian ol R belt M RUM.: minor heir ,
11. J. HUUCE.; M. D., Piofts or of Theory and Practice .
*. it must H8a 'be true f 'tt independentnumbers. legislate upon the Mibjcct of slavery, except to receive ciiculaiion. perhap> it may bo well in Parliament, will be compelled to reMgn. of Medicine. : of! Robert RUM, decetisfd rrsidcs br>otid the limit '. 1
The whole cannot bo more per. lor its protection, without the consent of the to let the correction go forth likewise. '[he Continental news is unimpoitant.; W. BYRD POWELL, M. D., Pmffwor of Physiology, of the State ol Floiida, but in w.e Jf the States of .*,

(Vet than itn component parts. This roco ni. sla-e States, but the slave States may abol'sh The rotes taken, are stated to be 08, no Order prevails throughout France. Tho Greek Pat holov. Mineralogy and Geology. so the that United nol ico States of ,said to wit petitioners: trie Slate cacnct cl uli.iissipp.be .ered fr; .

lion; did not include a principle; ; it did not im.ply it at pleasure within their respective limits.It Convention, 79, no Disunion, 113, for the question remains unsettled. Serious appre. S. KiNOriM.and D.,Medical Professor of Materia Medici, Therapeutics upon him : .,i .

that slivery va8 a principle of the iwo.jution docs not follow that, because the practice Delegates. Thus making it appear that tl) ere hensions are entertained of a rupture between J.- MILTON SANDERS, A.Jurisprndence.M M. D.. Professor ot t It u Mer..fore.&drrvI.. That tli. sun' Sioa fnnih. .

I of 176| OT 4)fth'! constitution of IT3! ; of the government has eMablibhed a )im- were 93 and 78, an aggregate of 176 in opposition Russia and England, regarding Greek Chemistry and Pharmacy.J. .an as within afor,rfaidd friar fl.pths' appear from and the sov'em date*ad of the ptitioner :

but it waFR rcc i ?'uttinn of q fii.-d !tact, mwp.arjUo i i' to !he pr* hiitai! : of slavery! therefore, the and lltt in favor of the measure. affairs. The Emperor Russia assures King A. WILSON. M. D., Professor cf ObittUic and fir.t publication* of tl.'u rrdcr.or the *aid jt-tiucn .

(romthe c< '.ritioi! or! s cii'tv. i i <*ins'5ti'ion: implies it to bo a progressive prin- Such is not the fact. The whole veto was Otho of assiMancc, provided England continues Diseasw of XVVnea and Children. will be taken M eonfed, and the prayer Iberccf .

It is qtiile as rcas'MUihK to tay 'Slut 'Ii! < c<>nU..Jf j .-ip'o, and Congress may put it in practice.I .- 211 I ; 93 against the Convention, anJ 1 113 in the blockade, which she appears determined CLINQ0K LKCTtTRCR granted : 'Provided, That B copy cf this order b<

: "' f 17*$ rt-t>" '14 every o'licr trans j I:( t this wen.tin- c IM it would aUo acknowt- "ivor. The opposition ticket* had upon them lo do.The Medieine.-Professor H. J HtriXK.Stagcry. publisbe once a we k for four months in some. r.cff- :
1 .-Prof Dsor R. S. NEWTON- paper publiihtd within the Stale of Florida.WASHINGTON
sc'.son of the old c<>ri: -<>r-iMti .IH j i.4\v, a. '-i il i- sV-r! > itself to be one( of it< principle?, '4 no disunion, no convention ;" 93 were polled English Parliament are endeavoring lo Z. FREEMAN M. D Anatomical Demontr tor. TABOR

thc orJL.ce: of i 17; M7. 'i'Jso; c ut-m Kprersly i\ :.irii I id piol.ilulioti! was intended to protect. a Ii igct her. and of I theso t twenty persons wlmvoud curtail I ihe public expenditures. In Ireland The fees for a full course of Lecture amo'int tone budge of Probates Wauiiintnm Couatj.

says that ''tins ns'itii'i.) .; u>:i ihjiws !It IMM> usrieii tSitt; ii.-iilier the ne nor the 0th. for no convention, env-vl u 10 disunon time weather is pleasant, and the crops prom > hundred and five dollars. April 27, 1S50. 10 4m :

rngde< in pursuance litcicof Klia'l' lie the or, was included, hccauec the latter is coiitia- ;" thus showing that of the 9S, who wore ising. Each Profcsfcor'u ticket 815. Marticulator'a &">. Wanted.

jupreme law of the land." The Icgulaiion, ry to the Declaration of Independence, and opposed to convention as inexpedien t twenty There is nothing else of moment In notice. Demonstrator'desirint Fee; lurlher$tO. information Gradoation will$'20.Thoft .ple *e ad- A TEACHEUuwanredtolaVechargeof Teacher IheCerzi. .

then, that ektablishedthc principle of prohibition the dinner could have been so easily fixed bya Hf them were unwilling to suliscrile to unqualified The foreign intelligence has completely Unsettled dre 9 their letters (post paid) 10 the Dean : and MU-! Irff ille M.i,onic Academy immetiatey.} | A reisonabla .
of 7atcry, \\ty admitting) into tht'! Union clause in the constitution. The more submission br voting fr n> disun. all |jhe Northern markets. dents arriving in the city will please call on him at compensation will be giren to one cf ap- ,

r.tW SialPR with this proviso, was contrary to rational belief that slavery was found so intimately ion ; doubtless reserving to themselves, the the Commercial Hotel. U S. NEWTON. l t'oved qualiCcalioo For particulurs apply to th- .

the original intent. This legislation \va<> a connected with the social body poll. right lo a future expression in favor c/disun- Tribute of Respect.At LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. Dean of the. Facidt'. 1IoardofTrQtee.I.4 R. K. CALL.: Pic t.

tgperscd as or nn'l'ficatioti'! of all the guaran. tic and with the propeity of the country, that ion," under particular exigences. Tiis was a special meetingof Hiram Lodge, No. F.. W. II. KINO, Professor of theory and F. K. CARN. &*:?. .
tea of the constitution upon the subject in the the constitution left it to the fate that the people in fict a convention triumph, regarding the 5, held at their Lodge Tloorn, in the town of lice of Law. p'ac- WM. THOMPSON

jtrntory thus Hdtnitted. And ,this princip'oho of the Slates practising it, might see fit to clandestine manner in which the opposition Monticello, Thursday, the 2d day of May, JOHN DKLAricLD, E.I.. Profejsor of Commercikl J. ELIOT. .

} avitsg *n ncquiesrt-d in by the States prac. assign to it, in their sovereign capacity ns independent was Mailed. Deepest ti'encn having been A. L. 5350, and A. I). 1850 : Jurisprudence. C. C. MOORE.K. .

(ing slavery! aa waller viy or wherefore, members of the Union. Now al.) maintained until the very hour of voting, when The death of Dr. JOHN L. CALL, a mem- TERMS-$r 0 per Sewlon. .. C.BEMBRY.C. FLETCHER.. '

kn new State( : having be-n fmmed nn-I dinitted though the separate Stales practicing slavery a few whig politicians, and the Post Ollice her of said Lodge, being formally! announced All communications pertaining; to this department April 4r7. ISO. 11 ..

into the Union as free :oil' in con equ miy abolish) J it within their resppclive limits, Dcpailment, appeared in full force with their to the fraternity, the Worshipful Master ap. must Mempbis l be addressed, Tenn.to, Feb.E- W.2*?M., 1S50 KING, Eq. '

*nce of this acquicsreuc?. a now order of I and this power in the States has never been followers, rallying to the rescue of the north, pointed brothers Emswiler, Chace, and Bird, J. M. WILLIAMST ,

things, A rj--vcnnstitutiot: in fart, wa viittiallyfstdidi dispn'pd, it does not follow that a majority' in with printed tickets ready for the contest ; tfius a Committee to draft Resolution expressive of The Faculties, for intellectual abilities, moral AS just received per ScLi. V/ P.. PetM.! froca-

: hed. Therefore, alt Iio'1i the; no/t-i/i. Cungtess has the right to exeici this power. endeavoring by surprise to gain an apparent the feelings of this Lodge on the melancholy worth and profeiiionable acquirement will compare 1I_ New Orleans, .

r ifnf.ntion of Congress icilh llie subject of If then Congress cannot abolish shivery in a victory over those devoted lo Southern interests eve ti t. The favorably Medical with faculty Jhe most constitute-distinguished an anomaly our countiy.in this Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One .

tljcrru: was the tnj doe'rim of the C'nitjtU- State, which is clear, it cannot abolish slavery and) who, anticipating no opposition, hid Whereupon, the Committee reported the or any other country-all of them arc able lecturer Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, '
ton Uefoji ii ? pvolution; of th j principln of in a territory of the United States, which is not even a single ticket printed for the ballot f following Resolutions, which were unanim- and the best teachers. For sale! low as any one t-l*>e..April .

'beprohi'iitioti' of HJvery! which was undo& tejly t- the common ;propeity of all the States of the box. Despite of lhe e disadvantage.*, the noconvenlionists OlJSl ly) adopted ; Those who will contemplate our geographical position iW, 1350. K. u- .

derived, by a faUo ronsttticsion of tic I Union. Thnefore i within t the limit of t the turning out, as I believe, their 1. Rcsoh'cd, That this Lodge collectively, doubt,as and to the HIP extent eligibility of our ofnur population situation can for have an enterprise no DR. M. S. THOMSON'S

C. niiiUiJion, from the ordinance of 17S7, itCeased line of prohibition of slavery, Congress can. entire strength, were defeated by a party who, and each member individually, feel deeply and of the kin-1. As to health, including all seaonsoflhe Ant I-B illious Anti-Mercurial .

to I he so, a* to its protection after th not permit the inhabitants of a territory to e.x- anticipating no opposition, had not made a sensibly! the los of a friend, a brother, and a year, we deny that ANY OTHER CITT ..

prlncinle: of r/1il? ji:' iva act'-d upon by thmjGIi'y j ercise this power without the consent of the single) effort to induce a large tote. In Co. warm hearted companion, in the demise of HAS MORI. Vegetable Pills,
iu Congress the d'-eisicn acquiesced | slave States. The people of a territory can.lot lurnbus, I ho no conventionists" were re yir- Dr. John L. Call. I A common error exista in the minds of manv s'udfnts A FEBRIFUGE superior to lalomel.beiri; Alter
relative lo the place of studying medicine : Zativc.. Cathartic Dnnelic, Stimulant, Ernrcenagogue. -
in t.y: 'he slave States, and a limit presciibedto exetcise the power of a free, sovereign, ded as signally vanquished.' The Southern 2. Resolved, That the members of Hiram those who intend practicing amons the diseases of Diaphoretic,ind Detercn,which) prorertie* .
l t>roibtion.! and independent Slate, until they have become. party held a meeting of whips and democrats Lodge wear crape on the left arm for the space the Westand South should certainly educate themselves in combination matte them ui1ul in Fever, Liver

I It ii not i -'ceary now to enquire whether a Slate in any case where such exercise of some three week" previous lo the elect on, of thirty days, as a token of regret at the Joss at a <*hool\\lin u acuity are practically ac- Complaints, Djspepsia, Kittious and Nervous Diseases
(be constilation of 1759* supciceded the ordi. power shall subvert any rights oflhu separate which was very respectably and generally of so worthy and honorable a brother. qnianted with those di. <*a> e9. Curing ,ntal.antI relie4rirg ell, case in uhiih
That the public be saliafcd of the p rmanancj article to cleanse U needed. If a fair trial
ntncc of I 1767, wheihr! hit was intended States under the guitantirs of the constitution: tendcd. At this meeting, the Editor ol 3. Resolved, That, as it is the wish of our of this school. we may feel it nor duly to stale, that an the purchaser is hot satisfied, the money ttpon (30 cents ,

to eup-rcede it, it would, or would nol, have the organic law, or the uniform practice of the Enquirer spoke al least an hour in oppni. departed brother's friend that his body should the Trustees and Faculiy form a UNIT in action, per box,) will be cheerfully refunded. The abcve
been a ieach of piaviou* enjajerients: be. the government. Therefore, that portion of lion to the convention. He was replied toby be taketiJiom among us to be interred in Tallahassee which M2urs well for its future success; ar-d that Pills will always be Icur.d al the store of t.

cause the action of th. government has been the State ol California south of 36.}, cannot Col. Seaborn Jones, Crawford, and II. I. the Secretary of this Lrxigo be in- t the peculiar I internal organization winch connects NASH &. TAYLOR.Druggists .
them cannot be interrupted. ,Tallahassee, Fl rtda. .
uniform uppn the principle ol that ordinance come into the Union as free soil without the Moses, formerly of Florida, and the result! wis strutted to write a letter lo Jackson Lodge, E M %V. KING. <<

since that I'lie ; and the power vt-gted in the assent of the slave States. The majority: olConptess that the nomination of Delegates was sis- No. 1 requesting that honorable body to make Prnitient of the I'acufftr.My 05-Sai.:: i Taylor' Pills, Tallahassee will be kept; con-.tjnl J. T. Ili: >rring cnliamlbyNash Man-

rev States that have been admitted iiito the must legislate fcr the whol Union tamed, without u dissenting voice, exceptiig suitable demonstrations, of respect for our de. It, 1550. IS 6m ninston ; J. MV.. P. arinMonticelf! ; John

Union Mfree soil under tt principles, cannot in accordance \\iih the constitution, the organic the sonorous no of the Editor ofthe Enquirer. parted friend, by attending his remains to the S. U'vche, Cherry Lake, *hd Dt. Wiuisa A- Urn 4
Medicines Toilet Articles &c.
now be recalled ; bui the purity t'f the principle law and the practice of the government: ; The opponents! of the convention knew tint grave according to Masonic usages. cn, Madisonvilie.

which consisted ai the determined? limit of and no precedent can be found iu cither to aitume they would rtt any time have ben met n Resohed, That, while we, as a frater. NASH & TAYLOR April 20,1850. 1"; *f

proh'bitimi, established at that lime, uMiotigh that the line of prohibition of slavery open discussion, had they desired lo canvas nity, deeply deplore our own loss by the death "lyl/'OULD respectfully inform their $20 Reward.

it was a mamf/st perversion of the terms of ever was intended, i is, or can be implied, to the County on the question convention or in of ono of our most amiable member, we sincerely Vfriends and the public, that they from the subscriber.about the first of' ,I

lie original! compact, should now be, as it has lie progressive in consequence of the action of convention, but the sigml defeat which I the tender our heartfelt sympathies to her have just received a new supplv of go >ds, RANAU'AY cnmplexioned; negro fellow!

Lee heretofore rigidly maintained. majorities in Congress. opponents of the measure met at the first meet whose loss Is irreparahe-thie! bereaved widow consist hg of Medicines, Perfumery, named PRINCE about 20 sears of age, about five

To be just to the advocates office soil it No lice soil advocate has yet openly claimed big, admonished them to attempt by stratagen of our deceased brother-and that a copy of stuck Soaps,,not|&c.long, &s since., which received, added makes to their their former a soit- beautiful feet S or white 10 inches teeth high,! round larze feet faced and, remarkably hands ; isis

must' be a'milted' that the line of prohibition the sight fr emigrant citizens of the United a victory which they knew they could nd these proceedings ba urnished her. meat nearly complete. Ladis and Gentlemen that slow in his speech,and very(drawl GUT his words when

of slavery, IMS not been established! entirely States to seize upon a territory thereof and win, in an open field. But as you see, tin 5. Resohed. That the above preamble and do not wish te purchase Medicines, can call and ex answering a question. No particular marks about
the of resolutions be forwarded to the Floridian & amine our stock of Perfumery Soaps, itc. which he could recounized.. It is
by Majority Congress. I5y the action theie erect a government for themselves independent result of the fraudulant attempt lo misrej- 17 his body by
of separate States in their separate and KOVC. of the United States. Yet the rcs'Mit the feelings of this section ofJenrg Journal for publication.A -May4lS50. prf V.We he miy -oroewhcrr* 5a th feighborliordol

reign capacity as Jndependenijmetnbets of the tame has been done in offect, in the case of was, under the circumstances an unqmlirie' ] true copy from the minutes. Grain Cradles, Ace. $ Thomas countj.county The,ab.ov Georgia;
Union, bated upon the principle that slavery California. It is claimed by the friends of adinusion rebuke. The small number of votes in Oeot W. II. ANDREWS, Secretary.MARRIED. 1 DOZEN SUPERIOR GRAIN CRADLES. safe cor.Snetnect in any. j-iil so that I caa get hiro ,

!ii a dnniebtic iiistitti'.iou in no wa y aflVctin;; ), that the constitution for California gia is not attributable! to lukewarmness, bit -- --- ----- JL Reap Hooks, a-ur..

th" political freedom of the pe ijie; prac'ising has been prepared by emigrant citizens of to the fact that the great body of the peopV Scythe Handles and Scythe Stone, HENRY MASt
1$ inch Manilla Rcpe,suitable lor Cotton presses Sopcboppy, Ha. ApriMS, IS50. 14 2m
it, tvh'ch is every way consistent ih( the tl.e United States. These demand to be ad- consider the Nashville Convention a fixed fac. On the 2olh of April by the Rev'd. Nathan and Saw Mli:

onginai constitution, and the pteietit doctune milted into the Union as a State under an and stand ready to respond to its recornmeidations. Lindsey. Mr. ADAM I). GRAMBLING to Mi-s Wide and narrow bar Swc4p Iron, SPRING GOODS. ,

of the flave Slates, tjia line; of prohibition of agreement that impairs the rights ol'lhe slave A. B. C. MARGARET A. GRAMBLING, both of Leon Germ Steel, NaiU, Heavy Hollow V.Ve, rniJE i sub-icriSers are just opening their Spring

Savory has been established from the Atlaiitic Stales: is contrary to the practice of the government Countv. Pla-itation Hand Mill(;EO.&c. H.&c.MEGINNISS.iy 1. St'-ck, which has brni well and carefully se-
}'or sale
ocean tw th" Ohio river. Ilut' nrijoiitica of and involving a principle not recogn'lotJ Telegraphed lor' the Savannah Georgian. __ 4.by IOW. 17ItsShcrift"s lcctihv an experienced hanc?. Consisting cf Staple
Congress have eilrbI..htqI] (lie line; thsne l.y t.y ilir' ccMis'iluUun. 1C tlirae |>osllionsbo Arrival of the Cambria. t Private Boarding House.TF.N" and Far'cy Dry Gond-t, Hardware, Groceries Staiion-, Oils .
PainN, and Gtass Cmckery Hollow-ware.
that river and the Aiusis ippi, to the 3GA de. true, this said occupation of that part of HALIFAX, May 3, 1850. Sale. short
or twelve Gentlemen ran be arcom Hla'ed as cry. Furniture. Clofhirg. i.e., ice., in every
grec of North latitude, arid U'e&tu-ard on that California south of the 3G degree of north The Cambria arrived ut 10 o'clock lo-dav, Boarders.at I lie residence of JAin R. Llod, pursuance ol a Decree issued from the Circuit thing needed by the planter and his family. Ai
degree if latitude, except that portion of the lati'ude, is an invasion of the territory of the biinging even das later news from Europe. ,>n Monroe street, next house to the store nccujueJy IN Court ol Leon County! made 25th April, 1350, great part of our stock is bIuht with cah, we are
United States embraced in the State of Mis. United States, and proceedings thereon, a LiveriKhd Cotton Marle.1.-The arrival of ) Mr. Leoa Brjan.on deir.ibl tcrm-i. Also one wherein the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Comiany enabled to give good oarsain- Please call and ee.Mr .
is deferlant ,
and Alexander Mclver ?; AUGHT & ORMOND.
for i< plaintiff,
unoccupied a gentleman
uriiished now
touri nohh of that degree, under the principle revolution. The slave States may sell or the Niagara; on the I lijih ult., at Liverpool, ind lady, or rnom two single gent lemcn.TIlahace ( I hive levied upon and will expne for sale b Newport. April 13, 1S30.' 14
of the ordinance of 1787, by the Missouri waive the rights in the permanency of tl.c with satU'actory statements of a short crop on M. y I II.1 1S-VJ. t9 lore the Co'irt-hou in the City of Tall-iba-wee, -
Compromise act. the Oregon territorial guv.rament line of prohibition of slavery, but if against this side the waters! caused Cottons to advance m the first Monday > June next, the following decribed London Porter. ____

bill, and the Texan gmrantee: to the their consent these are taken away by the fully an eighth of a penny, on all descrqI ions. Flour, Bacon, Lard, 6tc.TUST < Slaves properly-Chaile,*to, azei wit!: b.ut 40 years ; Paul azed O CASKS, quarts and pints just rccvlvf and for "

vestern boundary of the United States It is action legislative majoritiescontrary to the The sales of the week amounted to 01,000 received from New Orleans, per schooner. about 35 ears; Mandetviilp, aged about 39 years ; eq..P. sale Ly McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
assumed that the United States are not bounded practice of the government, they \\ill fall a bales. J R, Pctles, 13111aged'about 20 year*; Elizabeth, aged about 3'Jvearj Newport, April I 3, io. II

by the territories thereof but only by the peg lower in the scale independence, and The Havre market was firm and active. riocir-Ohio and St. Louis, ; and Savni'V.ai'l' about 21 jears.
determination of the dominion of foreign will the foundation of their 1.ands-The South Et5t qnarttr of section Gv; <% VVater.
lay perpetual vassal .if'irkei.-Cotisols had flunctuated Huron Sides and Mioulders, he East half of the S-.uth Vest quarter of serticn Saratoga
Stater, or the. great land markb of nature, such lage to the imjorily of the free States. from 9.>J to 90, the closing price to-day. American Lard, iHoIassc-s and Su ar. five, all ol TOWIHSII? me N->rlh. Ranue two Eait, 91' DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just receiveJ .
as the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, at this pre The argument that the practice slavery i is securities had advanced to one hundred }or -ale by J- M. WILLIAMS. containing two hundred andlbrt 37-100 acres,more ,,_#U awitor- alebyMcNAUGHT '

cent moment of the existence ot the Republic ; excluded from California, &c., by the natural and eleven. Others: unchanged. May 11. I'.*). IS or Lei. & ORMOND- .
that i*, the boundary cannot be considered a asperities ofthe country, that i is, by the act of Manchester JIarA els.-Fm urn the ins nufac. Levied upon as the property<>f aid defendant.decree. ando NewporApri11)4)! 1 1NfiW
fixed certainty at time, bit rather an abeolute G'od is time to be In $100 REWARD. beauld ov virtue of nml i-nder-tiid
any a argument yet pioved. luring districts the intelligence is more cheering ALFRED A. FISZIEH, MierirTApril3' Books.

uncertainty, liable to change at anynoinnt. any event it can have no weight in the balance I and business generally has iimmprved.'l'hc '(>, lS.'n 17-3 A- FINE selection of lie Novels ot the dat. together
41 .! Therefore, all organic laws must against any poit.on of the chaileretl libcrties I Cotton BrIeis circulir dated Liver.lb0 A with many others, such as b'rnces'Life
be construed as applicable! not only to present ol the olave States, which freedom is in ,, Fi iday ci cuing, gives the PEINTEES AND BINDERS' and Travels. Humbrldi's Travel*, Rauibiri in'Mexico -
jimits, but to the limits of all whether AREHOUSE. N 2l and 31 GOLT STMANUFAC EE ;- Los for swlf
futurity, no way depcMidant upon the practice of slave.ry 1uotations as 1atr (.JplaiiJ 6d.- W Gringcs, &.C. byMcSTAUGHT
contracted or enUrged. It follows that the but it is based upon a principle as per. Fair Mobile, 7d. Fair Oilcans, 7J. TheBrokers' rORY.cosNf.R or, BROOME AND Sf.' ORMOND."
SHERIFF brnsKT, NEW YWHK -Tnesub'criDersotfer Newport, April 13. l5O. 14
of the "
Mexican tcni.torj
contingent acquisition
maneut as the "everlasting hills, the email' Circular sass ilieio N no doubt of a PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN tor sale, of their own imnuaciure( their improved
d.ies not in any way change or affect the cipation of human industry from the tramels short Cotton Crop iu the United Stales: too sc,. Governor of Florida. patent Single an-l Double C> lmdt-r Printing Paintings and Engravings.

line cfSGj North latitude, as the Southern of de1otic governments-slavery is only a iOUS to le overlooLed, and the fac: must pro- it ha-jbo'-n made known to m that Presses, lor newspaper and book work ; Card Print A SMALL and choice assortment for ale bv
limit to the prohibition! slavery U'est of the ofman's moral forced duce WHEREAS ing M.chincPiool Presse*. Hydraulic Presses
contingency progress, a powerful iirpieesion on all parties interested. was recently committed in I he County Geered and other 2\. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
,
Iron
State of Missouri. upon them, we may truly say, against their of Madison, iu this Slate, by one NATHANIEL with wrought also Cylinders Lithro raphic and Copper Newport. Arril! 13.1>50. 14
If then, the principle of f the limit of prohibition will, but which, while it exist, they arc bound J'rance.-Report f-om Franco indicate \UNOi"RS u;>on the body et a nezro man named plate Standing Pre4e Pres*,&Binders es; ,Material! Sic., !ic. Chase,
of slavery has been established by the in honor to provide fur, to the last exttemily.TAMPA.. critical stale of ufiaiH. The socialist evince a Charles, and that said Samders is a lugitive from Ca e-i. Galleys, Furniture, Stands Imposing Stones.&c. I S. F. BUKNEYT

unanimous consent mid acquiescence of the a deadly hatred lo the ju4miee.- -. -. .. I, ., &c., constantly on hand ai.d every article ne- respectfully call the attention of his .
girriiim nt. and have that I, J nomas urown, governor
(hi e and free State*, it has become a p.i rt of the nominated Eugenic Sue the Now, know of ye.Florida, by virtue of tr.e authority resary for a complete Printing Office, including V friends and the public irenerallv to lii* larc*
is third ofthe State
candidate Type and Ink, furnihfd on the most favorable and well assorted stock of SPRING and SUMMER
constitution, and equally binding upon both, Democratic Meeting- for Puris. vested in me by Uw, d<, hereby ofler a of reward the said ofOr term Printers Publishers and others, wishing to GOODS, comprising every article, both fancy and
because it was a compromise made for the Three hundred men of the e Hundred DolUMforlh( appmehenion establish a News paper, or Job Olfice, will be furni stapleususlly sold in this c.arket-alL of which ha
citizens
At a meeting of ihe Democratic of Jjght Infantry Sumntiers.and hU delivery into the custody -
of he Union the leku'.t'! Nat haulel with estimate for the in detail if
purpose saving being Regiment were drowied ly >hed an same is recei ins daily.
the of Madison.
Jefferson County, held at the Court House in falling of the of the Sheriff of the said county
made to order ordmwiiigs. Iron 50- 10
of mutual concessions oj the slave and free about desired Machinery March IB, 1>
suspension bridge acn lie Slid Nathaniel Saunders twenty-
s
Monticello on Saturday 4th May 1850. Loire. .Mem." order. also manufacture
and Brasi Castings to They -
States of a of what each claimed fair complexion, about six '
position to of ,
The Pope has retorted t> Rome.{ two years ac or lisjit steell mill, cross-cot, circular &c.
Capt. JAMES SCOTT! was called to the sandied hair and beard. superior cast pit Turpentine Axes;
be their built,
respective rights under the constitu- feet high, spare!'
The advices from Iidia and other Saws of which they keep constantly
(jot,. An unprejudiced observer would Chair, and Col. JAMES R. TCCKER appointed md China are sat. Giceti' under my hand and the Great. Seal of hand., a supply R hOE & CO. FRESH supply of the above Ases; alan No.
say Secretary. isfactory. the State of Florida, at the Capitol, in on V 10,11.ami1 Ca-t Plows, cup points j SandtJc
that tuis compromise redounds much to the All the leaders Tallahassee this 1st day cf May, A. D. N. B. Proprietorsof newspapers, who will insert Nails. ic..c.
Hungary.- in the NEAIj Spear's Cut and Wreught
The object of the meeting being stated by Hungari. r the adveitUement three limes and send us a number
honor of
he States
stave because the 165cm. Emeline.and for sale by.
concession Revolution who did Received per Brig
the chairman be an not Jurrcnder have of their it, will be entitled to pay
to to appoint delegates to a TAOMAS BROWN. paper containing McNAUGHT &. ORMOND.
them of the
limit
% by right to .
prohibition been sentenced to deatj of fuur times the amount of
Democratic State Convention, to be held at aoL among them Governor of Fbi ida. ment on purchasing us Newport. February 23, ISO. 7 .
of g a very I by a majority Congress, was Kossuth. their bill.
the lower Mineral Springs on the Suwannee, By the Governor Attest : 17
a conception nol to enlarge or more fully con. on the third Monday in Julio next, for the purposti Turkey and ./titt/ria.-.The iiplomatic re. C. Vf. DOWNI.NO, Secretory' of Stale. May4.IS0. Cotton Plantation for Sale. ..
firm the freedom of the States asking it, but to lations aid May It, IS50( IS CtIr .
heir Hclrcting a Democratic candidate, for betweenTuikey Ausria have been Nstice.SIX HE subscriber offers for sale his valuable PLAN
interests and To maintain '
prejudices. '
Representative in Congress at the next elec renewed. Jefferson Circuit Court. Weeks after date I shall apply to the Honor T T ATI ON. situated six miles and s half from
the contrary, viz : that this line of prohibition The American Minister was *ceived in a } Judge Probate of Leon County, for letters Tallahassee on the Th >majvlle} Rnajl, consisting ot
of slavery was a concession by free to slate tion.On b the Martin Palmer, of Administration on the Estate of Stborn Hoi- "20 acres ot superior Cotton Jand-500 acre-* which
motion, it was agreed that two dele., very flattering manner ) luthorilies of
aoil, would make the perpetuation of slavery r.s. comb, deceased, late of said County. are cl ared. and the remainder in the woods. It ha*
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a principle of the constitution render null and gates be appointed from each precinct in the .0 sta nit I nople. Catharine Hllis and Charlotte A. Tarish. May 4, 1S50. 17 G. C. S. JOHNSON. on. it a comfortable welling House, good Negro
void of ; abolish. County. Whereupon the following gentle Nothing mere from Inds or Spun.NEWTORK Bill lo sell residence of estate of James L. Parish,to Houses, Gin House, Screw, and improvements,' alt
lue the have
action States who
due arul'it will be sold reasonable ferm?, as the
men were appointed from their respective pay debt Complainant.IN Notice. new, on
*d iJavery and harness a syttem morals and from the bill which subscriber ha* determined to go toCa.ilcrni*. .'vr
it appearing was date Admin-
precincts : this cause after the undersigned
fehigion to the car government. No advo. Precinct No. 1-W. DeWitt and Richard Hay 3d. filed i I JeffeMoii Circu'-t Court on the 7th diy 01 I?'1 OUR istrator WecVs of Williarn'Theus.! deceased will apply infornal( ion.enquire althij Office. yr to the eutac ri-.
,catc of free roil will claim that a government 3000( bales were sold to-lay at sterday's April,1 50,which bill s vcriSwl by affidavit of Complainant lo Ihe Honorable Court of ProhMe for Leon CC.BM!>, ber oft the Plantation.
Lang. ROBERT H. UALL-
for political freedom includes the power to quotations. that Defendant, Cal hat me F.MU.I resides for an order toad Ihe WJ of S. E. I of Section 20, '
JVo. 2-Daniel B. Bird and Caraway lirnils of the State of Florida, namely in March 1R. 1 iro. 10Plovr
rerul&te the consciences of the neonlo in Rice.-The sales of Rinfor the week a. beyond the Township. 2, Range- 3. N.anl. _
Smith. of Alabama: Tllt.US, 4emr.Miy4IS.50. .
SIMEON
the State
morals and mounted to COO cash, at Iron. :
to $3 .
religion. 10 be made
xi,. 3-F. P. Miller and Joshua Tay. per n ii therefore Ordered, That.pmmblicatinn : 17
To contend that if after 1820, and before 100 Ibs. in snrne'nevrspaper in Tallahassee, Florida, for lour 4 N assortment of wide Iron 'av 9.9, and 10 In.
the acquisition ol Texas,it had been discovered lor, Sr. Flour is heavy months successively, requiring said Catherine Ellis DAGUERREOTYPELIKENESSES.P. A. chcs.suitable morl'Lowsrcceiuel per Scfcconer .
that the actual western boundary of tho United jVb. 4-Jonn Finlayson) and John Johnson. The steamship, City of Gasg! >v has arived to plead, answer or demur to Mid bill, on or before Abell. and for sate by *
Ab. 5-Smith Simpkins: and W. C. Smith.jVo. the first Monday in September nextor the ame will L. PALMER icNAUGHT fc ORMOND. .
States was ten miles further to the westward 0-Wm. R. Taylor and John Kiiksey.No. and brought 130 passengers. ?ie pert mrmned be taken pfo confess, and set down for hearing ezparte Newport. March: &, 150. 0 _
lhan U was recorded to be at the time of the and admirably during the voyage. at the Fall Term of said Court. TI'ILL continue his Daguerrean Rooms. open ten '.
adoption of the Missouri Compromise, 1-E. E. Blackburn II. C. Hurbt. Tha weather Is heavy. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge, tc. VV da)s yet. W. Q. M. DAVIS,
No. 8 John M. Rayeor and William II. shadow the substance perish.
the ere
May 7, lSQ. Secure ATTORNKl' AT LAW,
and that in that ten miles, in its
consequence Test N B. He is alo prepared to PLUG.INSERT .
Ware. A true 4
whole north and south become deba. copy taken his abode at Tallahassee, and wilt .
extent On motion, it was agreed thai ii the delegates NEW.YORK, Mayfcd 1850. C. G. FIFE, Clerk. PIVQT, CLEASE, and EXTRACT TEETH. HAS up fn the Courts of the Middle Distiicl
tableterritoiy between the klave! and free IS 4m Roomt. above Bull & Pritorius store, at the ,
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It. 1850. %
above named, or any them should be Sales pf Cotton yesterday BOG \\ales, Middiing' May old office of the Sentinel. and of Franklin and Jackson Countif :
States ;is too nbrjrd Air comment. Therefore .
prevented (from attending the Convention, they Uplands are quoted at 1 Orleans April 7, i6O. i 4. March 9. 1S5Q. 9Provisions j
the of Texas and theMe Notice.
Oregon '
rcqiMMtio:! '
have to appoint proxies. 12c.'I ;:::;. .:tt- .
'can territory, being contingencies of Ii. On power motion the Secretary was instructed to per ont having claim against the Estate of Notice. .
Ti. e Providence: annexed to the progress of ALL late Davis Prioleau, will!l present them, do. first of this BARRELS MESS PORK.
inform the of their and IX mths after the publieatifln noticei'l Il A .
delegates oppointment, the said Estate,
the i i.i.riplc of free representative governtnnt From the Charleston' Courir4 lv attested; and those indebted to S hall apply to the Hon. James & Btoome, Li- 6 do. Priroo do. ,
entirely unforeseen and unexpected, furnish the Floridian & Journal, (Tallahassee ADDITIONAL PER CAMBItA will please rmke payment Jo the subscribers at Judge of Probate f fr Leon. County, fcf rdi charge 5 Kecs Leaf Lard I '.
,) with a copy of the proceedings for pubJicution. Charleston, S. C.F. Iron the adminjsjratorship of the estate of George 2 half barrels Cranberries 4 4I
CoUon. The week's sales
which extended the of the amo\n\ | 43 !
western boundry
0 C.
P1OLEAU.EXecutor8.T.
sine Florida. hhd. clear side Bacon
The meeting then adjourned Young,deceased, late of Leon County, -
United Sutcs to the Pacific ocean, it jsjusl.aialnur die. 000 bales. TJio manufacturing ditcits exhibit C. PRIOLEAU, J DAVID D. YOUNG. 1 do. shoulder do. / J. _
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$ .ochimthat the teiritory thus acquired very little improvement. Alaiiictured May 11,1350. 13 Ct Adm'r. of George Young deceased. 10 bbls. St. Louis Flour. '
JAMES '
SCOTT Chairman.
is debatable atu whether it is slacc or whether R. TUCKEK goods do not keep pace, in price, \yi(| ((0 raw into th/e/ enclosure of the under March 1C. 1S50.( _IU_6m. 5 do. planting Potatoes, I

it Is r.l:! f/fftetenUory/ as it would haye been JAMES Secretary.Censure. material, and it h sa4! to ba the d fcritp rebUi.i JAME ,' en the lst inst., a dark-ay H. BRADFORD, 20 I bushel hhd. fine Ptir Sugv.Gulf Cotton Seed '
to havo intti'uted J tiLe working on short lime. MApK. about-S-years-old; and 5J fee 4.
and maintained the fame.controversy .-A resolution of censure upon 10 barrel Rectiru-d Whiskey. .
ia Other Articles.-Sugar is a trifle Utr._ hignTThe owner can take her away by proving TTiY schrV.. R. Pette and for wle ,
respect to the hypothetical ten Mr. Webster's speech has been introduced S Just. iecd. per *. byMcNAUGHT
milea above Molasses is depressed. Sales of SpiVsTur- property, and paying charites. Tallahassee, Florida. t ORMON1) > !
the
mentioned. The moment into the Massachusetts Legislature, and js MARThA TRJpLETT. "" ""'
United' St&tea acquired the boundary of !the earnestly urged I pentine have been made at 32. Rosi jj. tormwr Monticello, May 11!, 1S50. 18 3t April 20. 1MO. I 1,* Newport.4 March P, 18W. p' IVX I ; _

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FACILITY-SCCI'IUTY-PEUPE1 UITV. cat 2bDrrtit2tttlts. lC fin thant 3lMtrlfL
JFW m far of Plank foods.-Kt. ) .-

Tim a I iaolc Ro J can bo 6uiU fcr one.mth Cotton ErciicrageCYiscvim '

;; tt hi ooct of a iUilrofcd.rt $900,000. Middle Circuit of Florida. PUELI5IIE1) EVERY S.ITURDIY EVEM5C.

I io oncflb of the GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT .
p
'j. 'rtt .o fed Lt' TEE KUTUAL LIFE IHST7EAK CO. T s c;i s : __LI.r.L t. ..l,

I In Chancery. I N adJ Si' :. .. .
35 WALL TMVirrT _&i ; ?N ILI THSEK DOLLAR ncr annum, if paid in sdvrar.ce. 1 't
yor-NO. I. *. '
Ibe dor. or sew JJ -
iA' inl rt a -
m4. fj ( ti 1 $* r upon IabeU Ward, ) if tiaIII wiihiii six tnout*. 'rI
jTttt C4AI J itircKto! !hi Ri1rodi ie1jre tIi.c A 1c:3J1uted: F-.n-l. No'j j st. P4s.; so- r*. f Cill! lor Dirorcc.Dhrard THREE Vuua Dos.L'.as AND A ifLF, if not, paid antiUhe; end of t hevea- ? e r ieLig : '.-'_ i i : m..m ;.
diridsn-K wouM amount to JN 00. surely in e.cJ ..3 Bonds.n! V-HI F. Ward. ) rfcc may r.a.-r.r-. .. I- K..J *,I b 44,, "
ir.ake a return bj r, ml entile in ihn city aai CrooVI>n. >rsd 'fock* i: rr havim be*>n tnsJe tov>pe*rto tj--otiii3-ltoj! of y.Theatesrns will be ri-idly adhered to, and .r i'e -- vr.-i of : k>..a.-r." L* i K aiali"1

rjouM* the entire c/t of PUnk R'rtJt. f the State and City of New York tad UwtedaUtesaTrmae. .J the Ju ze of this Court, bv aSiivit dulr SWttnonj no rnper .;! ;(discontinued until all! aireira .-*are >.. *.)3 t, i, er..i I* re.ti} U> tak$ a* K

4b. Th.it Uto lUHtoaJ ha% no kdvantr.jjf th* ;paper? in IhUra-j'*.*, that :-jjJ E.hva-d! I psi 1. u-ii. *j at the option of the p.zhisiers. SiSjcn'ierj :!he m rkf 'i.if 123v or:< rS -nji jj

river the Piaak Road in ewnoraof :raa*- Tbm fand i* raj-idly; increase;bj a scideyezte- F.Vird, Ihe I defendant in the t abe U.ii.res.vi.-'j ou* wiil be rec vd for three ovnrbs at One tr ple ttiay heifir.zPbnk.: *
Jtj irid propest1U tiireds. it thi! District and beyond the linuA the State Dollar- >\\x month at Si b). Every order for the ?rate.( ,,.d prtn-; return* rtzri*. -' ac*

The) Company declared diridtn-J of profit of f. j i. IL Ih at F'oridj' and in the Seat.l of Alabnni : pat er oUt of ibis county ra'Jst bs accoapaaied! with Jsr.iry 5, f-S-J.: ;2
5th: That: in velocity of Ira rslt th-s !Railroad! v-ttvo per c .?t oj all xi.ling policies oa tie 31st t tf 11 it htrtby Orirtd That the i.J d-fcndinf be the cash, uutes. the order c<>tns through any of our

in tfan advance**, lint nt t t to an eiteut coin > January, 1S4S. .11 reqoired to appear and atuwfr this Bill of Complaint rejilarly! authorized aenc in the State.ADVE2TISKJIKNTS LEWIS &. AKVi.

rn,n imtfl rith iti adJittV.al cost! to an a All th ProSts aro dlriiel amocj the Insured .vithii three iuotehC from ihii da.le, ar.J ia default uiLssrz ,
nad thit advantage i< courto ansuaIy.scmi- 1 tiieteot. the slid Bill shall be Iai jib tonftsw.ijain
buiica.b
ricztonI! pnop'e ; The premiums are pi>*
3 ; t the maid defendant, aad the cau shhI berr ) MCDTCINE9. PAINTS
er1nIanced a :r.tt extent fcjr th ara.Lf t1ttt1 UttCPt, bss ded u tieei' h il i for eari at the nest Trim of the Circuit Will b .., j of twelve lines for trie first,and fitly cenTs for each Foilel Arllehs. FcrfcccrT, .t.,
i4bilh; a Pknk 1ta.d<* &l tail! places anti at rt.1 .3ru1tL Cruipy Ce.eir. 1 lttiq.; ii .id County r.fn.i I"ilen.nu the third MonrfV -
Tie e4,',> t3ttd h a 'Provided That | nib-wpenf 1n4eritan. A reanahle deductii-D ?AICTERC' tfltsfIZs
# : in :Mav! n-\f : publication o
ku lime*. iir .' si''e t. -. ihiwe i'iu ; : will be I' l- al no'tce, estate notices,
io : ; p-irtiw ; -I. 1.r,: pnbhihed m* on ; year
--- -- : & Ori'e 9ije! in jon.e puhli: new fr .Apotliccarics: Glass
the! Plank 'tis r Iq fii :
i WUItsI Warr.Ae
Cth. 'lliat in this Slate
adrants the the drawback of accumuUi.d in once a with t IheoTice.AH Eab.ire: con-jttr.tlj 0 n Landarid forjile
Itoad hai aa iwnema o over sitje1in t ; them to Uavj three injdhs. Fehrurv J. 1S'V reiulir account* T *

Railroad, the hit lien limited bj tl extent uremiatn note*. THOMAS I5ALTZCLL, Judge.A anaouuremsnls of cindi Jitej for ofSce. FIVECOLLARS Ioweatnerketprices.
thc oA-n IIVManlthe
insaranc 01 r LEWIS
effect invariably in ai/ance No alleHtion
Persormaiv .
of iu iiiadiiirnr. mid te C.rm-r only (by the GAY'SEXTRACT trn f>pv Mteif.H .
IvuofoIseTii.; : A tairnc.1 woacaran m- wilt be piiil irs an vordr tor anajunccment,unless Tallahassee. err.her "if fl. tS47.H .
c j re4te aahinl power of the whole con. lure the Iije ofher hl1fld. the b nts of which OF C. LF.mt, Cleric.Febroaiy accompanied with the ca' h. -
CANCIIALAGOA.A y, 1S50. 5 3m slaiov TOTVtK.TOVLE.
raunitr.7lbl Ire cured l by li.v f jr the xcl'Jive uie of bcrself orb All rcliiio'J'*, mirri*? a.id obifuirv notices pobliiheJ MAJii .

: Thtt ;In prop r 'on to tb*> c :tiro; outlay. : I Jr.n. C.tI1IliNI.t1P1tNr OF UIIC.ntlllMCAI State of Florida. ira! itt>ii R-wd is Cler<-tnenaa3 a'.l) other*JenenJ nt upon! S3IC4 .1ttTui vat ueaifit.wjll be charged as aivertisemxsenta. aid
tccnsrllcrs
PJank : ;
lie pembiblc material in a re tieciall; ) I invited to v ilthetnelMof a rtjurct- GADSOEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.ILrothy Allcrrcyn ntAVING Lair,

greater tban in a Rail INad beinjonthfim.. where'jy their rjrvit'iag' Umilitf tniv be secured A CERT MN I'KEVENTl AND CURE FOR Scott, } JOB YoRt. formed an iaciarjon rot the Pr ct"

la th' w rk t r< t '.se'J, about a t'th, and in aJhil rora the eil* of penury. I'tttr and ./ w, Convuajition, Concha, Culls, n. f Bill for Divorce. Job Wrrk.sieh of Liw, will attend trie s.ver,,I Coi.ru nf *
of m-rtivr the nTt9C4 nf:!tlIr.. leuSe.i Scott. bTT .Ye are well! prepared to execute Middle Circuit ot FiorjJa: tid en the Di4trc.
.Itl/ima. Krunchilu
% e9aItflIV
Roid iududin! ibi machinery' P4npeI.4 Injzeactj, Stru/ula, Joul, ,
with!
reat-
anj'illurtra'ins in c1vnfaje' tifactim of the Court as bill.eard-, nagiphiets,&c.. ot the U. S at Tal'.ji.-'ii'.ee. Ali l hmim .
the iron ubuu1 %l Lre IiMUriTfce. J'ac'aiiilisn. *\'iirai ia, Ery,i/>lug, Lumbago, aeari.Z Io the ; by t >ps eutru
aUovvauce tui work of tbi ,
power atrJ' a jP wit form* of ap-ilicttion, in*\ be oia'J! at HiefS J'.tJ tJlsiF, I'lcu ie/. J'iundjre, Jty jaiat Cot- Htfidnit; in t'ti' cause 5!; d. that Reuben cfutf,the !!*%* 4d d- ;iatch. All description with lu their cart will roivp nr.in |

2 SiJu (,f the entire co t. :e of th* Compaay, 3J Wall it-, or vi auy of it tireia I'Uti, /lyirnttiy, Lrf>fi/, littr Cumpiinti. l in to ibm mi!" or ; the FirulaK th5 oSce, mu-it b* paid fur on delivery. }' 17, Ij4'j. 7
&fc. Thai prop-.rtion age itt. RtlHtnis Complaint*, .\a srous.jrrtions.? o Jhi Cooit and ont ut t S'afet-l _

length ofUie road, lbre i is i lsa eipetj.Jiiur.- tTRUSTcC.Jo Cutanrou* Ji,oritinYrtM in ient-rat, fir,,,- it Ordered, Tiiit the said !n'uen Sc tl do appear,

In pembilito tfl3't-ritl ii th$ Pktik lUd ,. D. CoIling, David C. Co1en, tr/acar*. O'-ixlrncditits. J-'tujctt, Jndtxttliw, Uejirnptd plead, ansTcr, or demur to jiH Cut tf f Complaint Select School for Young Ladies, MEDICAL NOTICE;
Alfred Kdwirii, ; and Dfftctice .Ipjxtilt, and all distustf within three rsonthor said! !M1! will betaken pro QUINCV.npHE .
loan in th', Ril Road, in the ;proportion o1r iVm J. Hl?, Wta. ReSts, originating inConstipation ronfengo azniif-t saul deJendaiit! and that the ce'i' Dr. Charles T. Darby
1 with regard to the iron.Jrjcrsonian. .- S. II. McCurdv. be fur hcziin the nf\t Term ol the nex? aessiofj of ihi t *SCHOOL will commence
"nr 3 to crco Josc/h D.unt, .ef during B PEuTFULLVTio
O
-'red S tVjiuton { o! the IJmvr!* & i Monday, Juns I0th. Having en szfd aa ac- > ii c esto f rhf aublici r'
Gali-Jen Court .InJ it it Or- "
ne\t
C. W Far, I* c G I'msoa, in M.iy : Jurt/irr cociplnherl and experienced Teacher to tike charge IV eral that .i.rm, ;, "rnr nh l.-fare'i hirr, .

l-ihn P. Yelvertoa, HemylU, IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It dried, That thijOrdi-r be published in -otne public of the M-iaic Department. IhU Scnool now a(!<>rdeverv M-nrirello. l ,rH!.i, a-} will t t !be und af 3'I
To to brrown1y .rint< din this St>*;ieriCi: \vt-ekfcr three
Hcl'lenccs of V/y.. uuiojt Win Monie.ita netpapr | unles rok--t-nalv( !
r dwck. 'he! La 'i- to sound. rn-ase.l Strict
eo. fcr attention
t'ine and rigc r to : r.iifejiive facility yojne acquire a u,
g'vcs organs
1
maeth. Febroav ,
: on the of extreme pirerly.? n. Collini, Zebt-dee CooV, Fdtieaf ion. be paid to all proesaonal: l ejhla.
pia rts.lininGtiit and
and uremaikaiiltf l lr :;, .tsrnghczj,, THOMAS KALTZCLL, JaJge.I. thorough, accomplishfd
To believe that your own relative are tb- oho; H. Swift. Joni Miller, and Jittlvraliet I'ruj'crtiaPublaiy J. PI1CLPS. Principal. 5. l"49.
FERGUSON Jr.Sohcitor.
Corns ode. ,
David A. !
with. !.*hr. %V4-3 orth, artiuiited :'Y l Ir. Tnwn. Mnuf.ctu.icr Mrs. PHELP.5, )
Iist fritMKU will ever rivet ..
you Robert Shuylrr, A 'rue copv-Aife f, GEO. W. UUTCIIIXS
M Cornell%, Mi HUBBARD > Teachers.
diazreeabJ.fitjd oj ToAns-end'-->aijnla; to be ;; ,
To make youwlf generally ;o1v. M Wilkin*. Jame* Chambers II. C LKSTKIJ, Clerk. MI--.TOWLK, > ,
tii it utiiev Far Better than Sarsaparilla." F.briars {(5, 1 50. f, 3m
will Tuckernun,
wonder thai no one you Ion V. L. HniKO, J.ieph Quinry, March CO, lj.>' 12 lOt AUCTIONEER ,

they gain im papibJe! advantage by it. i-'red.VVhiltlescv* M' M H. Onaaell, 5TJ- In ci'rrt.botai-tn| t-f the above, read the an- State of Florida-Gadadea Circiiit Court. T.1LL.1H.1 SEE J-L.'l.

To get drualc au'J complain next in-miin;. harlf, Ely, Wo. J.cDui.lh Hunker, : eifd C'tmrniiiueation1*, a* IN CHANCtllY.Lill Cisterns on a New Plan. RLYER To
tiii.e ,
I.hnC and Troof
Crurer. l'oncliisi\e Tcvliaony rositirc.UtOM
.
crtbo bead-tcli .Villcr Joy, FrancwS Lilbrop, fur Injunction and R'.li'f. PERSONS \\Uhinz Cl TCRNS placed on their Mej.rs II. DO.VD, J. W ARCTS.E. D C. WIL-O.T

'rej3i5 people* piety by their attenhnc* thre Pelt, 3. 0. 'rhdrher. Tim GKAKITMJKKU: COM TAN V. Grec-iup Arnu'd and F. gnceS Arnold, a cheap and irable rrnnncr, can be ac- i FII'F,1; 0' rJ. Uoo-os atid i J. T. AXCHC*. '
lit ciiurch 3 iyrpT I U. COLLINS! Pidrnt.ISAAC Sir :-Vnu are aiie that, a> the originator of the rt.Reiben mmod.ited on application to the suS-cribtr a: March p-i, -'ij
Grueftnlerg Company, I must iiave had atien- UjtinSriJ. Hi- is that has liven ati
iny plan one
To !. rki miserable isUrio- nna1rr. SerrVtirg.jog. Sc tt. Auyi.'as Flurry, Willian H. McMil!
keep your c on BUJVT, Counietlor.JVM'l Sioa c ll'd tu the uunK'ioui Mt.iicines pre-si-nleci J Sit lan, 'and litniamin C. ViVst.IT faction to all who have adopted it-a certificate 01! | t. L.. SIMEX.DS, II D. J 5 20M). M.D.

M I wonder at th-ir rolling yoi. 1! R. G.VM5ILK.1SV A't., T1bbasce.Januir the public patronage. I hate uachJ! wiLl\ tiri.-h .ritij to the appe
Not to t<) Ledvlieu) are tired un* '2 interest the introduction of the C'aIicaalag.n inti\ w .I1. TISDEL.
Drs.
*
j1S yilu SHIELDS
)*-(, CO5t,oie it S he iltfeda's; rt-s'de' ;* vilhoI i & EOND
this cou:1rs: by yourself; and a-n :Tree to say that no rhvrh 3's. lSV! ). 12 4f ,
it ii bedtitie.Ta _
tk bcau tt tiot ordinary C
the State the
py 50 proceof 'iiirt cann'l -
LT'IG a-aawiaed: theri-vue
high rnu'r
M-Jir'.ne ,!tai.d so de-wrvrdly aa .-xtiact"I fecrether in rhe
tnike .ur hervavts tell !lit's fr y ii anhfterward caTTo1 i GINS. Ses y thai invalujbie ;idant. In i.iytttenfami'y I hate Groceries, Fruits, &.c. ( e, mtv, &c.. eer their;
(rdired Thf !harin of the fa'-ls chjrd in the

bscauso tell lies f.itL49n a 4erVce fi> Iheutizen-jol
ba they elrarJiiirfi i'ica'-v, in Ihe i and
angry ieen it" > oin- of a euntirsriedea4t'f Q-nm-y the surrvurs.
Flit b In! the this 1 M' ndav rerfiv.-d perSci.oonerWilliam II. Pettes from
I'.roticliiT's. Fur all ? on ((3i) in M.ty.al JUST I in? countryCJ'inrv.
e1ves. WATSOX r<>nv>:Uin, > which
JESSE G ;> which time s.sit{ de- J N ".v Orleans,
and Qjine> iMpj l u :?j. at *T5't 1. 1x4!).
S hortogt.
require tht prompt pnriticatton if the .I
*
IVi tell your own fcecreU and blwve iliaber lo'ia-it( rn.iv appear ;a'td ;s'.e2d! to fir .,ner suul ILl! : Sr Loui-t I'kur, Rio Coffee,
1.CFkCTUit1It, Wiooil 1 dai Canckalo''uafarvtiii 'ar
,
GIN your *uptt
eobte} l u'ill keep them.T .li'l it i* furthrr' Ordtird. Tnat a cof>y ol fhi* O- Tobacco, White Beans, Thomas Jeff. HeirATTORNEY
ivr Io and all the Stirsapai tlla the ,
of
any Jay,
reader rrice and ei- Palmyra, Lee Ciiun'y Ge'.rgia, (1? be (lutiiiihed in one of the h-vfijnp r* publisher Olive Oil, Oranzfs,
*. arntn V.unUry 1iiaJ with ihrni all lam ice II af quaint*J AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
friend and the public inih Cirri.it ence a tv.-ek fur three monihs at l- itt Ilrazil Nut, Lemons,
turn to l be gratiful for it. \ \7 JULO inform hi* treneiioid J. T. MARSHALL.K20M in
pert Rum V\7"'LL piact"ce the Cir' iil Conrt in
he 'iflttU the b'e b.ne.' at : IILC Nuvfinl.tr! 17. l*'43. Whiskey, each
that
(
To give n "ch"',l boy p< cJcet maney an-3 lei r.ty.ktand, wljt-iche vMilbe hippy to st.'ply| their THOMAS liALTZELL, Juds Gin, Claret Wine. > T Cour.tjof theMtdd.eCircjif.aniintheJjci-

Urn not to s;)en'i it. vi h a firit inte aitiele. \t an evidence of the AN CXIXRNT LAWYER IXX orL.t1rroN, A true c.>pv-Attest, For 'e bv ->re-ne Cc-jrt and United States District Court a

To biy a child a drum and punifcb him for !injlit v of his work, he would fctate that out of the .MASScnrst: rrs. R. C. LESTER Clerk Ga 1".1en Pr. Court. ALFRED E. HOC. a!
March 30. liol. 12 M nticell January 29, IS-li. 23
FKRGUS: >N Jr.
bitin it.A Urge number sold l by him the past yar not one has NORTHUPTON.. Fb! 7. 1S49. ,

; (4i1 d to ge ; eihct saisfatijn-tid! su1d rrt- Dear Sir-I have l 1tt ii: ; wm t-d to see you, that I .Sol ir it or for Comp'.inant.rharv Watches &c.rpHE *
who baa of his 9. 1 1--V). 5 3m Jewelry, C.trtAw'S3XITUj [V,. S. DH.WORTH.
oue!
ci
CAMTAL RAT STtV.-4tIV. U'lt reace, givetlie name any oe might give you an arcuate accouM ut rhcretnaikaie -
re'-A'ile Htid ctiiitiits.Iit.! Jiury ;, 1 S fl U I k i i nteiidss ; I;. e1arge his istabliS,. *> cure cf tny oil> ddug'uter of a violent case oticroftiU. ,- .- i j'uscribers have just reci 'II ? 5 -i.; ? t-)-
Cal'rt in bi* < wh.ch ns he will State of Florida-Gidsden Circuit Court.IN trej a good ct3m' Gooc
uent con.iderab'y this year, by rae Sliei now al'i o t threear l aze. Inebuury supply ATTORNEYS AT LAW
of T, vova1* t. C lif'ttiia in a ntn. if.vvi' te e-u-jled to fil'"ord:5 winch are ,

f ti.led 'D ck :an I'jrt," (in wliich bytliway. to di) with Gios! il p'n.itile, vJptti'r to tusv ev.r ;jafK! : tii'idi* their, appearance, and incr a.ed with Mary Wood ward, j jta. )> Ti-uu ijoid Lever Watches, 3IONTICELLO. FLORIDA.
a-iJ nvitj tidliaO riuauUclure; I in Sou'h .v ? eruGeoiitr, H I4Z t.te
nvicli i is miilly o ) *- ; tri/littiil rapidity; > eyes aute 'o > Bill for Dirorcc. July 7, !S4I. 27.
ihdteveiy r'ii experience ers4h[; bun to iake a ,.lc'ratcd. liiit all it could L'Apicii' aud pi un Watches,
;
;: tlio %piril rntiorj atii I t3] .Z-'nm' in (lie IMTJT ye lii'Jiy appearance ne\t-r Jani.-s: J \Soodis and. )
litll. tjetlei ar'icle. 1311 \b. re1oi! :.l. Tu', ci'titintitii i I iur fix \>erk, <>ar to I the satisfaction( of the Court, Lya5d Chain, Seat-and Ks' E.
afp >iig A.
,) r<*Ja'i the fullwwin capital rat story, bfi'i'j 1 pracica inelsamie. and w ithal,deerrnine t ti-cluUi! bent* a tnot t Itor, ibie i-lit. and the heat Is IP vii HI tit rau*<* tilt-rt, that Jjirt-s J W od-! Bracelet. lo! )fn Pin?, fling', Earrbs, MAXWELL

.* I b*VH alxvi\s ft.-U; : *' n>* rc nnl f r a in'inco hat none but Gin ol tii very fir.'t clmmliallbe manlUetured uS! htr | retit atmo i biokt-n. Daring thth..le o- 'cl-ti. the! decrdant! i-i this t a'ie, reids-s beyond the Bovmi Cuitons, Slee\e Cuttons, i-A i j.p j 3? >-.3VETA j a -l*J{" Jai? "A7;,

rny cruise in the C
were fi.ti'i: for fc-'a at N ifuik. an j t (Irde,nil, That the s mid James J Gold Pens ia Silver Cae., l cmr. r j- OiHreo-vr "5. F. Curnt*** Stcr*.-
till d'-hvrr them tree u( charge to purchaser atsi.ir I lea.-t. %title the I di- ,-j'e ttas stili i h I at its heights.I \\imlwaid' tiC) appear plead; answer, or demur trl Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spacas, Tslaa&see". Oct. 27, 1'4tJ. 42
aai pUnU witru iinjoi
water provision i a
; Maibte Clod
; 1 happened one diy to call at the ktore of your \ericiitli'ina'ilv \ < -l H.ll 'nf CoTjit ljiit within I three months, nr aid ,
tit* kill of oaf ofttja p iit u'iiicli c< :ntn>ii! >c.ileJ Ail enjtemenl made with histr ellinf As'nt', a viit in S thi i puce and relating S the !il will be takn pro eon ft wo against said dcfentJit. Plated Castor, Spoon* and Forks, -.

uiijj the \vL.irt': 0) i a bright m ti nrtfti to the Proprietor at Paitnyia, >!r hH-jrinsrat the next Term Setts ol Waiters iic Ac. S. KM CUT.

esai1s %te JiCQVt't'1 lw r4'$ on the pl4iid4utIJ attende l to. Inc t'i mike a tir.il ol your CaielaSagua.! I took bat ol I.e Court in May next, at Qusncy : .1nJit iifurthr TOWLE t MYERS. WI.oesaIe! & Retail CrDitr & ProTisioa! Dealer,

iii1i t'nc 1'i (.r ifl'bt '%..t4Iedii V>* 1t4)sii'I S ,ptoj.erly done in the most !urablnaiiiet. outb..ttle, having no -oniJence! in :It. hut conurenrd Ordered, That ,liii* Ordt-r b? publUhi-d in some March 23. l oO. II
; .
lj TALLAHASSEE KiOVIDA.KEKr
pi ius St *contin--; to your direction*. stopjnr.J ,*'iijic priuleJ in t'.u State onctior a ttentk ,
the at her by a sraw, ..taefd of whicll (fr>- lie is ml lwa As;< nt for the ,1e! of Chvmat't4n1.1m a1]] other inrdinnc once and HI ju-t fivr dj\ the three ne\\.jper muni| ha. ] uE-Tas : DugyII ? const,;5. ui> :li.'iJ, liitlSrf* lf>i jc tt

st' l<"\ in Jus mouth. \Ve tnini, 'd to cap c.4c.r tRO IIO'E; POsVCILSU. < cllin5 t i ijib11 decreaned, the ulcer b'-gan Io heai 21 Ftbraatv, l I'O. JUST received at my Carriage Repository, advance on cos', fiTC2halt the star.L'.

Sure tbin b.Jtb, and (bund to our ruprut?, tj tone (iA{{ MILLS! in S'jathwi-l Ge'iria and riorida.O'jitrarti sod she improved rapidly; Ktr three week*, and In our TIIOM\S CAI.TZELI, Jude. a 5 Uui59Asth tof, artS articles in his line. Flours rl approved q cai.lnies

1f j by tbe.b(r wa* btI'5( blind. Hifiittbful : C4n !i mle with mv Tr4 ellin< Anl vert s-n-at joy \MI apparently cured-!e. than t\\o A true cnpv-.\ttf.t, 10 witln ut Ii ps, -Sji :r*. t'otfees. Test, C3Cfn, tan! *, pi-rk,
%ny inrmion wanted With Tg.t'i; to the ecit t and bitl..s hav.ni,; been u-ed. Naming thincistfosnineof R C. LKSTKR, Cletk 1 Rocktway *-aN', soap, Cad1e. Lird. ant all similar ariclt'-to.

friend wa trying, to et i bim on irjtion of the in !U, <"%n !>- oVained by dJr.a. our iner.d,1tii* friend, they st-emcd to think that February t 9, 1 I'50. 5 3m 1 second-f and Carryall, gether with Fruits, Iri.h! Potatoes, tit..is, Nuts,

where LProuW biv c
u a 'bree yearn' cruii-*. NNV ielt no dip March 'J'J' IS V>. 12 1>* *; MN j ;PAHILLA, and it was rii5 easy, irnfr the In Chancery. Also, on hand Sadiiiv s Bridles. double and single foun t in sittlar e.-f i!>!ishmtr.l3.

kill iiLer and landed them tlr i'csnbtarc4, 5.) arzne aafl4t, t that opinion : JIUTNM'.V Harnes-i.andevffv! varielv uf G.td ar.d Wares es-.i- Srsre: net djor above G. H. M ;inni's'f3 Monroe
u KOK TIIK 1'It'JY When ti.echild appeard ally found in aSavdlt-r! C-fahlishmer.t; and ailkin& street.
irliurf. How tinny there are in tliU w.> !I.:! virtue of the authwity v. n'cd in me ov law, 1 .. to be perfectly cuied, we stopped giving her jour M Ri TERM 5S5 '. of work d .ne at the shortest notice, &c. Arii! >><. 'SJ?. !7 ITGSO.

l<\votn; tb fiJelity cf that rat riMtJelh a lesA BY have levied uxin.; und will! +i' lor ale, btITV viratt, lupposifij; all was..fr ; but in twen.-five Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram D. E. HULL.

I33 ': tie C'i'irt H'juic d.fr. in M aJif.n, on t lh I firi'MunJjy .hi\ < I the s me erupt; uiui, running' at t Ihr <->e. and 't""cr* Divorce. March I'., IS.0. 10 H. BB5TWICK,

11 June iiirvt, the iViiQ.vi' de.cribe IIooicttw'ss Bailed upon the *tan'J awa> Qr .d m-ich thereof an wilt satisfy, the T xe. due .,,'f it it would! amount to any thin; eriom. ft inTe Hezekiah I... Tiii -t'e. J Claret Wine.A Wholesale & !Detail: Grot-cry i FrcTisian Ttaltr,

out wcst, to testify to tho character of anotbe: nereon fur the >eai 1S19, t.i wit : 'ed rapidly a* before. We again comment,!; [)ROOF havm,' been tna'le that Ilezekuli 1.. Thistle FEW cispa supejior St. Jilien, just received TALLAHASSEE. F LORIDAT7"EnP5coRstantU

1Ion.r. It follow*. Tin. N E { W lIT 1 R f>, N ..id K ; the S W Je zii g hervour, ineilinnp, and in five diys. (the saintcn4 1. rei Ie.s out of I the SUIi- ad! Florid t. It is Oriletid A L and for sale by on hd.. aud tor .ale of ha

vas as 13uiwhk *- 6..TJU 7, N and CVlclutvre. ., beois) ta Geori .'t. ; ,' of trnie as befoic,) ,'nf lic :jn to iro>\ better, up'-n motion c-f S. K Mallory, F.r1 C-'tn- JJeNAUGIIT & ORMOND.Nwpcrt iilotet c.t-n pi tej, for cajhaJI fh article inihis
Uill
I. ll nv waj Lave vou kown md in a.aut J two \Vfks x\rt* well a ain. From that pt a'nataI'4; Solicitor, I hat a le.'rin of the tarts rh4r- April 13, Is-'iO. 14 : !Inc i5 t bu;inea* Flojr.-et 1st,? nrsohitii", unr,

JOHN 1 H! lay a oilu i. t the child ha* *>eeu iicrii-ctly! w -ll.Mv :4cd in the Complainants Hill be had ; ant that .m Coffee, Tea., !RJCOT hlanas.' ap. .'an
Tm Coilrctoi for M tdsn go I5vcr wncft hp %rn* oorn.Vfcal t t mty.Deeember : r .e published -"nm.e public re *paicr CabinetMakingIE Wjbi : rn-j ;l'yI'otnl
'I cbirictcr !" 1. 1M. -J7 Cm a I'HY !ICl ',N. came to exu with theinten'ton o of this State far the'mar"i of fniir monih- at lea,t.JOiEPH in rr,5far: eijbihnie''ti!, ,. A'.l 1 fn-rson* want
\ his
i is yeneral
: i.r'rriliir; >>; fur h.-r. but as we wre Uaing your wdiritf : B.Jude. LANCASTER. ;-_ subscriber having; taken th-* inr ff r'rsr-asr asy .'t t the 3?><>ve arti.-le*, are respectfully
'Letter A, No. 1. 'Have pr a great Tax Collector's $ale with 5tiCri, aIJ the child itnprovin; ; re'dk., Southern! Cncuit.Ker Shop; a-iil Ware-Rnom rcntU ivied to call and price them betore buv.tni .

way I ) Y vittue of the au'hority! v ..led in ne by Uw, I Ii he did not rondeciit it, b'lt led hi< mvu prcirrii'tiiii; V.Vst, M rh T). |tSsii.( 1-3 .5 tmGadsdcn 54_: o'upc(! by Mr. Hcratd Vmzeiheis eeti.tie.i

'4 %
4. ir.ree. or i-fi i*. or any othei tvay.'' Court !IIn'se djor, in M411jofl.rn th firt1'J'UY oeeoiion for it, and I an uie lie Mll cow rtcuu- circuit, Court.Uaac and ha* row os: har.d! apjood nrltrentwhich fc c.. "0 ni-r of Monroe a-md Jefferson streets.
inenJ utdiciric in .imiar! eases. Jr. ) A.'achment.it. will be void low fur rash. GEO. DAMON. ?.7as I2. IS.t'* ItsFlorida
\ i'i JU'XKu-nt.the: -liovMn dwrihedlaodi ) your Fenu;on, ,
*' What, in opinion, are Iis: quaiirtra- Furniture repaired at the hottest aa-1
your or i m-ich thereof ss will < :itmty the TaxcKlu Your obedient !ivant, > In Awutnpt.it.Ueuhi1 notice, on
lion od character. reasonable terms. J nuaiv 1C lrj. 2 Cm'T'KE To the Volunteers.
to ) : thereon for the year 1919, to wit : HORACE J. HODGES.K : >cott. } surojivorn to13? S* -IGf.

'' JI the tiefci tbot of the prairiet (.r in t'u- The S C i and N C \ of *>c 1 K J N'V \ nf Si-o THK I rlolendant and all [rsont isterc.tetl; are HR itndcrsisrted! will attend fo the collection of

wood; ho ran itsve the ey *.wiiik('r off 10, \V i S 1 K |Z. *-c 3.T t J It{ 7, N and I Ito K belonging K n. H. WINSLOW, \XKCR, \VLL ST., x. Y. notified i f the in-tihitioti ct tre above Quincy Kale and Female Academy T ciim4aj! iri.t Ihf Stat* cr the Unitrd States

wolf a far as a shooting iron will carry bull.J.t Edward Bryai.Al New York, Sept. I If I. 1S13.To .tated case by att ,i'tit'ii-nt. ard are i.rrehv re j'iirt-d -L re-opened Jan'i..t> 7lh. 'lie 1 : I-IMM! st-ssii..i for se-vcc :ru W.-tf by, or suppheo furnished the
',. 'U'. NJ 1 aid 5in frirtional S.c 25. N J.S-c Ft nl- rick A. ('.sv. K- io will! commence Jun Clh.ttdents: may enter at Flo'i-U Volunterci1 *.it ii-to service cf the Slate
can drink a <]'jart if grog any diy, RH- W r.e\t at Q iiny, or ?u.lsjment will be taken $,uv time ilnrin the and. after the seomil week d'irin the Int'ian '.nThreak.l .
73, W i, S t K: La,3 C i, S 1. St-c 2 j, T 10, R 11. :My i hear Sir-I cueernll\! comtily, tviih j ur re- May bydvlau't. jear recon
cLew talncco lik h i $. Jirili'JIv \ I*'5-K nf the ion they will he chirked only Irom the l i. ilinr.uhIv with
>
S aud U., be1'jnin.; to Jnl.n Mulir.JOIIV II. I'KTTERSON'. I have dvr.teil i ratio (lie imf vixir, lAtiaftfCancliala I. Fir.r.r.SON, Jr, PlainlijT. itr.eol eot 'rirm. L'oard miy bi? had at prices vary- and b i s-iflC4C eces-ry; f. r the collection the same,
On sr. Udluouii j-.uu.rv to 'asbngton Tax Cillpctor for Madison County.t. '> u ," 'r'alitornia!, I'l.mt. ltsefi! ct. up- Febi.-ry P, Is:;). 5 3nACTION"ur n from 8.; tit SI"i per 1X9.th.: Fer fun I her part icu- he flafer-* himself he will he enabled to give full

last !December) ho wan amons others, uccomj NvetnSr ? ist'j. 4'<\ r-n iii mv avktetn .ire evide'it and ir lif\inR. ati-J luvinliice I.Y tara see printed catalocu.', \\hich rr.av he obtained irhta.tiun to those enlruitin.j their claiir.s with

.nied by the lint Mr. Ililliard bin excel atiJ iintlton County Tax Sale. I | to that instance,, have Haley T. Rlocker, Jar,. 2'0. I-V). 3 Principal. Refarence-All wr.oknnn lirr.GEOR3E .
lent \vife, and his intereMin"; most protnicin a'n pI.asi'd assure you in no mnnt svvrrn ? st,1T, ?.

;; son, a youth of evtM teen year*. Ye. BY virtue of the power vi- ted in m; hv law t I ben disappointed in ils Hhraey. I Jo not Isesil sit r.jame.1).Trsdcwet1.J 1)lns4t- $ ,a33 (YJ.I'I Notice. ?. two. \v. HUTCHINS.February1 .
7
t,111 for site bff.ie the confi'Jfn in it* remarkable medicinal! < Ujli-
tsioe| Court !!1. "* in mv |
terday tlls: int-n-Min( yo-jth, accompanied; bIit > '.l'ior' in the town of Juper Hamilton County. F* lIMe. anti l In slate that I Ijplitv il tt ill (>t. found to he 1 .% -IcniUnt, n-il all Mhcr per<-'n< inerpteI|, O'X' months after date, I hall present my arconnN

bpi-eaved and deeply nfilicted pi rent' *. ridj.nn$ the firtt M jndiv in Jur.c nct t.IS'>1.) Oei.i 11 e\rt-lent! irmi-dy in rnt't cases ol I dinejKi'si'f tie are hen by iiolifrdfit lit'coinmtfi'cement of t ihf O and vouchers to the Honorable Couit ol Proaif Fletcher Institute.

wa house back to the bou'.h a corpse, in ti.! the 3.1 day uf that mith, the foil-uvin, d icrihcd liver a id kidne\R, in, pulmonary nVfion,.. and al,oin alcove suit, and l rrquri'd lii-tKpejr; at the nest Term, > lor the Coun'y ol L'-on and ask for a final sellement M.idarn Rumor that sfndenf
in I'ctohor A. I D. :
;
says
Ihetourlh I ls.
.Moiiljy 0.oi
S ) WHEREAS
mutth thrreof will he ufliri i I llie punfi'-ation of I the blood, Jtr. Tint "Uiin (on and dkcharge at Exrcutor; .i the last will
tame conveyance which lmr tb< c irp" e ofln, property or so a< < nt > Circuit Court, fr thuCounly} of L.-oti. and State to cf.me to this Institution cannot
the
pay the State and Couuty: Taxes due thereon foi the mcii? introduction n( this invaluable plant and testament of William Turner deceased. End b aidio hoiie.To all
whom it
Is'o (liktin nuhcd fellow.travpller. Tbe of Florida, aid i Id to tie declaration filed l'.erer.i. may con
>e.ir ISO to wit : tiiay be npptecialed, i< thesincrrv wi h casist' t's.ILer; and together returned-but uncirrmnK'ances The N XV 4 of the S V/ 4 cf Sac I, T I I. R 1-1, Saad *i ii< rri-ly, R I H. VI INFLOW. for Plaintiff., February 2, 15O. 4 Cm the Id!! at thf Institution ample :oi w'll fur

iit'r : how B.vJ, and how diflf ren E., purp'Jtlznj to belong to William J. Mill*. r ,.. Pamphlet
from what either: of them imagined.-A'a/. Int. WILEY LEU. t'ljftlier with int 'f ,linj inrntmatiun in relation April Notice. flirty luleiata, aid will\\ pront *o give them plenty

Tat \ Rcil
Henry Clay is now in bis 7 lib year. I 1)45) Nvemhr 25, I'i.) 4 tm and cure .aie GIVEN AWAY at the AGKNTIKS. THE lhi- ;>!lao kmiv\n as Hiker's Tanvant, h->< *, and ii> their w.thir 2, all lor ten dollars per

id] UVbttler i is in his G9b; )ear. Ciii l [Jenlons Pain Killer.A Sold l.y I.EtIS & AMF. *_ ,, pr' now on hand and will keep all kind* of LEATHER month, ne hall"paid in advance, t e other at the

( 07 year* of age. Lewis Cim is 09. Mr. Agent, Tallahassee. Florida. Z-Wi''P or site ; and will have tine ROOTS ar.d SHOE'S end ol the S ear.

Calhoun vas OS. Mr. Sewinl in about 00.Mr. FRESH supply of Peny, Da*is* Pain Killer,just October C. 1549. 39 Cm m.iil to i-rilt-r. He has on hind a superior article ofJoubtcdHoli'd P. P SMITH.
X. received and for tale bvT. ht-rebii (given to the StuckholJfri! ol NEGRO SllOfvS. He xv.nld here re. Flelcherville. Gj.FeS. 21, IS'O.! 7 3m

Cooper is 40. Mr. Bindhnrv, about 1> WHITE t CO., Atcnts.N'ove P. P. LEWIS -a. t the TalahasMqKRoad I Cumpany, I that onTiuisd 'turn his think to the citizens of Ga !.>.ien a>;d the

year* of isge.j T. Smith} is about GO.Air. .- ber7.! IfitO.4.r !, <} 'ih ila>//l June nest, au etclionill! j"inin! t patronnsje, and i ayt Raisins, Figs, Cheese, &c.

1li-II i:: of Indiana is 37. Mr. )Iouplanof ) be he.d at tIe OtTt the Company in Tallahaj them that he will confirm to manufacture Leather E XES Enahs'i' D-tiry Cheese,

Illinois is 37. Mr. I I.wna is 49. Mr.DicVcdion Bagging, HAVING determinHil |to change his location from freven. Di (-Ctortcnana;e Site atlairs i.f said Company flsohr, and Shoes, at hi< old stand in Gl-iIenCountv 20 10 Drum? fiesh Fits,

1 AND SALT for tale hv } ville, Ga. to Talhhasst-e, Fla., t'ou'.il fur lwlve tnoi/'S/ Ii otis I that date. near Qnincv. He xill be glad; at all times 20 Ko\rs Jo. Raisins,
is 50. Mr. Clemens is :j.r>. Mr.Upham ROPE MoNUG11T t ORMOND. reprrllully tend.-r hi' ;proti'sonal services to the /I{. K. CALL. IV. T R. Co. loexchan any of the above articles for Oak Bark, t Rx Citron,

is .rj3. So sirs the Harrikburg Union. N\Tport, Jan'iiry S, ISV'). 52 citizens ol this and the surrounding countryHe TjlUha-w, Api/6/ JS'ja 13 3m Hide crippled nejro boys, or his own pap.r. 10 Boxes Champaiz Cider.

will visit Muntircllo, M.iditoti, and Tlioinasville, fr:>- Good Boot and Shoe makers, of stea.iv hahlu. .4 Heid,ick Cliamp.iisne Wine.
I- crws, came) across \v\ilf\ yesterday, whodrifting"about Notice. C i., where ho will be prepand to practice Im pro- Adminjtratbr's Notice.NOTIfJI can have employment. With a variety 01 articles cl" the kind, received

the political ocean withotrrh.tit lesi'an in all its varin'I branctics. hoping liotii many : i ni-ivJth.it applic.itii>will he macli-to w. n. MCMILLAN. per Err.eline, and fc.r jinle by
months after( date, the undersicned will
: or compa Said he-" can you tel SIX apply year eipeiience in the science to he able to give en. e o/he Cir.-uit Ci.urt for the Middle Talbha ee, February 2. IS'O. 4 Iv MrNU'GHTfc ORMOND.
the hut,. JuJ e of Pru'ule lor Leon County
mn, Lbout uherc I am politically T Am In tot Utter of dmnmion from the JliUte of Aithur lire Dal intact ion. All operations will be warranted.Ladi Circuit"! L FloiiJ/11 S lie I I0'n d' >' ui' May next, for Newport. Frhrnarv 21, 1S5U. 7
r- Clay, Seward, Welnter, or I'sIor whi; ?- Uurney, *en. deceased. :-Dr*. I D. A. Brandon, A. W. Pre tf>n, Sinikire, decta-fl. under uch condilinna as the in- HARTFORD CONNECTICUT.BUILDINGS. Bagging and Hope.QO .
JOHN S. HART Ex'r. ,
Do I go for the compromise, or with the S. S. Adams, J. II. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thuinas- lerMtsof the i/lllt// heirs of the *aid dece.hnt mareniir. PIECES
SeftcmbfrS.lS-. 55 m Stocks arid Cotton I ia Ware-house Kentucky Racing,
1 vipers 1" for I'll be hanjed if / can tell T- ville.Dm. .. /j JOSEPH F. flYTIIKWOOD.nistralnr loss fire. O 3m) COIlS Rope,

I have enquired of all our leaders but Ibe) Notice. W. J. Krinson and J. II. Pope,Madison Court of Kldretl Sirr.Kindec.. by LEWIS Si AMES. 1 bale .' T.\ine,

don't seeru to know the points of the cornpus! _|JX months afterdate, I nhall apply to the Honor.O I House.Or,. .Office at MM. J. L. DemillyVOclob.r Jeflt'r'on C '''tv, M.ircb 23, IS-'x 1 J-f\v January 1ft, 1 50. 3 Aeent, Tallaha ee. 2 bales Gunny Cloth.

Wn answered his hail, and told him he xvas oflpoint.uopoint ate' Jt'iije of Prohate in and for the Count) atl l lfefftfrmifnriny 13. IRS'). 40 Cm I Nails.KEGSpwanand Just leceiveder Schooner Perle,. and for na'eby

heading for the breakers hi dicharg as one ol the AdminU'tra- Garden Seeds McNACGHT i. ORMOND.Nevporf .
'
r -' "r* of William Bellamy, late of said Countv.deemd Fall Rivet Cut Nai! .just February 23, 1SO. 7
and hole his tnuitmil" S 0 L\RGEassnrtment of fresh GARDEN SFEPSju
I tiller tinkbippfd a in SMITH SIMKINS.Jertet Tin Manufactory. receivl and for sale byMcNAUGIIT
sid ha with smile! / & ORMOND. t received from the celebrated evdencfGR. "
Well, tnelancholly in Ceesv.ianuny 19. 1SV 2 6m tTAVl10 engapert additional workmen. we are Fancy Sugar.
Fnr
Girretson Island. Me bv
Jpr'l 13 ISSO. 14 Long
'< I bwlicve !" orders in line in Newport T BARRELS fine Vacum Pan received
J r you _11 prepared to fill all our a LEWIS & AMES. e'ttra Sugar,

A Jol-fforthe Lidics.-'Tk* editor of a Notice. prompt and satisfactory manner. All ordrM from Pu Sulphate of Quinine. January 5, 150. 52A tJ: per Pettts," and for sale bvMcNAUGHT

_ iIX months after due, I will apply tw the littier.I. the country will receive immed ale attentirn. A & ORMOND
paper in Providence, lately informed his read. .) sb!. Judn of Probate for the County of Wash liberal ducount given to mere ha ,ts and dealer' lIE snpibers have on hand two hundred and Newport, February 23, IO.Liverpool 7

___________ tbatth) iadie always pull ofl'lhe/f/i ntockinfail. : listen forlettetsof di minioti Ircvm the administra.'i'in T WIIITKfcCO.June9 ru fitly r/cescf/ Sulphateof$ Quinine, which they Blacksmithing.tOOD. .

I .-This as may be ipp'sedcrcatd sorre of I Iheecta'.t of Mathew Tucker. deceased. 1649. 23 have i.b,rf diiect from the nanulaclurers, and OOD. substantial, and cheap Blackimithinpcf Salt.

his fair reader*, and while in HENRY ONEAL. they will/rrant '' bite a s'T'rirr article. nil kinds done at the Shop near nsy Stable, oe 1 SACKS in fine order,(bleached Sack,) just
little tir am'nz' n'aref' steck nf 0
t denied the Jnn.r,2,1c51. M Om Fruits, &c. We haf eur Drup ard Me'i copied la tear hv Miller k. Erokaw. I 0 received per Barqne R H. Gamble.! nd (ci5ak

I pooitivo terms they statement, they D MSINS. ORANGES: cines by //r 1f arrival, avd are preparrd to ex ccfeler January '20, 1S19. 3 A. A. FISHER. hy MrNAUGHT &. OKMOND.Newport. .
declared that he had bus tVticlin ut'r line. at wholesale!
at the ame tiin no Notice. L LX ALMONDS.! LEMONS, cr ret.H Fchruary 2.1. 15M) IGentlemen's

|hes to know it oven if .ich was the fdct. ai d -lix Months after the date cf tbu notic?, I will APPLES. ONIONS, on the rf aeeonraor.itin' few! Ifrrr. S. S. Knight
: We h// "* a account j et due to us for t he
He i.. O ( and account* to tlie Hon HUSH POTATOES Clothing.A .
vtauctitri
r/aauunC'iJ him: no gentleman. proves present ny continue business
The
raIls in hi-
W- are zena small amount at old stand, here
Ju.1.e of Probite f.tr Leon County, for a final -tile- MACKEREL in hilf barrel* and kitts, year WILL
Wlu-u and well selected
SMALL stcck of Clothiof,
fhoit one whole could be l 4.1nth hopes to wait
lit.-,,'vtr by a argUiiZstt. but if tf pi ft t wcud! po nu such of his friends as have
and the INtate vi Dr. I. D. PICKLED IICEF; TONGUES,
item discharge from receiv..d i Etreline. and for sale hvMcNAUGHT
oft firu there! < tt'iclherItI far tov/1 li'iuijalingcfilain nitrg nhich we owe- herelofoie exleriled so liberal! a palrcnape, promis.in just per
fc'cckib": >s HJ'J Iet tun, late of said Count V,dCCCd't'd.PATIUCI Just received aud fur sale by that all shall hate & onno'D,
LEWIS & AMES good article at tpir .
the rricei.
jfTtht U is uking left ,
JOHN McDOUGALL.Dretmbft '
Adin'r. .
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on : and' pulling" SMITH, t19, Anrit 3,14ti. 17 > wporf Fifcrairj 23, ISOO, 7
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