The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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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from fie lUihinoitJ Evz zfrcr. dent South of the line 30 deg. 31)) min., neither' ed more than halfof\\e(\ whole Stale limits of ekce ut should only amo-int to 36 I by no lieinj inherent in thep.iopl j, neces.ruilraVd scret holly disregarded, fourteen of br citi. "

The Randolph Epistles oa the Slavery give their previous assent, but weie decided California a* her Convention, has; defined, means stand alone in rnv estimate of the taxnble I there h until and to I the extent and for t the time zeus, (consisting n arly one-third oflhe. te/ole

Question. ly opposed, and, as far as the votes of their them, and containing about' OO.IUK) ) square resources. of Calilornia. The[ leading th 'y are parted with to those who represent Convention,) chosen: 'by the people of| tho
TVDrJiy-Thc: C <\ then, in territorial dimensions, member of her Convention, a gentlemui; long them. Il is true the people of Deseret had ami inveigled into the California

ci: <>ns It the admission of California j jTkf unaN/Kiiiutfy./ to the rnMtioti of any Slate/ \i.* marc than hilf of the whole Sla'e of California distinguished, atrl now honored, with rW ill) such advantage: _if a'lcantagr. i' ltasOf Convention: (I'> assist in i Ihe formation of a ,

? ; people S'Hi'h: oriW,30, : : unanimously:; opnW guvcrnmont' which should include them ; and und containing an area larger by sit highest Fed-ral trust, (Dr. Wm. M. Gvvin. having a Federal MiHtiry Governor (under S'afe government to vyhirb they and the peo.

,., It forming a Sta'.c GovernmentYi they positively instructed their delegttion to thousand) square miles, than Vermont, New one of her Senators elect.) on the floor of her the promptings of the Federal Executive) to is. pie tile)' represented were unanimously op. .

/ > (Mi7! in Convention, to diri'lr, leaving \ oppose any such measure. They do not appear (II I'lnishire, !.,acliiisetls, I I'ho-K* lshtmid, COIl. Convention, made known her destitution in sue his proclamition, designating electoral posed Was there ever such u state? of ihin i "'* t
S-ui'hcrn; California iri'h a Territorial and to have: be.en previously! consulted! about! lied ICLI'. New Yoik, New Jeiscy m and Delaware fir more sigiificant terms than I have, and districts, assigning their limits, fixing the It-fore ? Here are two new Slates claimitig A

Xrlherii with a State Grerrsnrnt-Con- it t at all. As far as 1/icy were co-iccrned, the combined, amid containing) within thoe rated her extremities, as so exigent that he number ofthe delegates. lo the convention, np. admission into! the Union, wiih boundary line /

ffjcvtons of Dr. Grin of California's want whole! matter appears to have originated with limits fuliy one-third of California's whole! grarely insisted, that the United States Treasury portioning them arnon I the district, fit lug the crossing each other, and embracing within '

'of m'ani ta support a Sltfe Government j jliramov.nt I the Uifcitlhe Department) of i tHs (lovernment population, who are shown( to have been should defray all her expenses fir *-ff qualifications' lor voters, tc. ; but afier all, th: limits of each q.>.())00 squi e miles of the .

claim of the S-'ac! of Deseret to and to have been made known to them, unjninijusly averse I lo the formation t.fa Slate number of years"-thus making her a mendicant she presents herself under the prestige of td.] same identical lerri'ory.Itrger in area than .

be admitted into the. Uai
tf'e ddcsl! by sn-en 7lflh1s-1iIrger( I ) General Riley ofJtiie 3d: 1849. That measure or of Mirrlering the lenitory remained and unconstitutionally, but inevitably, of which these may be noticed :-1st. Deser which either could! dispense with and have *

pojwlafion-The (Conflict/ of Proclamition untied the Dis-tiicts) fixed their -andean it be possible, in the face of such her dcpcndant. But it is best that Dr. Gvvinsiiould et has: ji right lo precedence in the considora- i territory real minimig lo each, sufficient in ares

permanent llividarif.sCalifornia's li-tundariesusurp limits, the quulitlcations of I the voters, the dcmoustiations i of popular sentiment, su>taining ) speak or himself: lion of t her claim lo be admitted, because she fIr ihe for trillion of seven or eight more Slates *

C3.tOO: () ( tqnare milesoffhc Sta'e nf Deseretfourteen number of delegates, &c.; and, to justify) him. as they do all pist usages and present national ll xvas absolutely! essential that ihe preceded Californi; : seven months in the formation out of each. Hero are all! the Iarg-: district ::

oj the members of the California 'lI'tr these extraordinary' : proceedings beHur t inteiest, I that eminent Democrats from House should! ascert mill' how the I means of of a Slate Constitution, ; the one being lying South of 36"* 30 min., and fronting ori '

Conven'wn ejected by Ihe people of DCS. t the people of California; und the Union), hedeci.ued the FIFO Slates uill lend their aid to stifle I supporting tl.is government, nfler its adaption. adopted March 9th. and the other October the Pacific claimed by both: of these nexv,

fret?, find sent from that SattT1u effcclIf at I the foot; of I the Proehinvition; that those scnti.'iients. an.I itrctrievahly) tloin; : t them is to be obtained. O her mi'int mil*! be pro. 12ih, 1849. 2J. Il is conceded that at the lime States as situate xviihin their pec'ire Ihniuuliie '

California is admitted into Ihe Union before this was The. course adcitedby the President to a connection forced upon I them by the merepouerof tided lo p'jy the erpensri, than by lazing the I these constitution* were severally mide. !Des the people xvho inhabit! them ar ,

her ('onrntioiziczc niaJcan Ordinance and by! the Secretaries of Stale and of War numbers of another section of California people of California. The Government of eret had a far hr rjixed resident population unanimously averse to the .Vrnalion of a Sla'e

'renouncing till title to the Gold liegion andpublic of the United Slates." So much for the ofi- i possessing I lenilory I without them! I the United! Slates should. bear lie expenses of than California : and it is h-lieved. tint sii'rh (Government with either. If Congress in ,

domain irith her limits that vast prof.ertti gin or, what M r. Clayton wuuld call, the suggestion sullieient for seven Slates-:-ill of the gold region the State Government for a number: of years is the case even now, though the diff-renre these turbulent tina-'s was what the Constitution ,

will be irrctricrably sacrificed and of the movement. and( two of the! most nuguificent: : harbors after its adoption. Fourteen of I the thirty would be far te! ot her way, if I the floating designed it should; !. at all limes be,-a de.

fait !to' ihe United Slates iS e.f The four distticts t lepresenting the country in the world ? Tell us, Democrats of lime Slates of the [Union-u|| the| ,,ew Slates except transient sojourners in California, Americans libera'.ive body,-could! any one hare forethought :

blur oiit Im of 30 d"g. 30: min., were San Ninth, what interests of our great country are I ( Texas'-.have! had the benefit nfterri'ori. and foreigner, could be fairly brought into that it xvoit d have taken an hour's *

f HINOTON CITY, Apiil 7, 1850. Diego, Puebla de lot Angclos, Santa liar- to be promoted-what objects i.f our inblepaiiy al government. The expenditure of public the account as a 1, ISiS of representative r.umbers thinking lo decide that neither of these States -

The long interval \xhich has elapsed beTVTPU bara, and San Luis Obisfjo, and they were are t to be subsetved by disregard!:;; its I. m >ncy in sustnining' territorial: governments I ; but for any other purpose than, to save: were admissible with ihejr present confliclfnrr { }' ,

( the last and the present number of allowed together sixteen) delegates to the Con- time-honorcd princiles| and all national usages has been immense. There never wis appearances[ and lo swell the roll of requiredpopulation and monster dimensions ? As to California,

'* Randolph of Ro.inoke: ," would! imply that vention. All of them} who were present at and focing C.m lila tiia into the Union at i a territory excejt Calilornia, that I had ,,, one might as xvell count the passing the thing would. itt, absolutely impossible; becau S

the gloom and neiil I depicted in I ihe former, the time, voted unanimously against I the tor- she is, in deli IIICt of time rrnv'iistiances f rif- not larg-; appropriation* to sustain' it," soldiers! of travelling regitn-nls who are 'e all her boundary. fines in conflict with S

menaced the Union no longer, and had priced I inatioii) of a State Constitution for Califoinia- tee!) States, against the protest! of the violeof & "Floridi hat! the benefit of 21 I there I to-day, and have vanished tomorrow.3J. those. nf Deseret were null and void ab initio, 'U

away- Devoutly thankful bhouUl I i be, had: and as they declaied that they were instructed your Souihein Democratic) brelhren, tailed I years territorial government, dining which The people' of D-seret allowed larger incer! the prior, and therefore, better and ex.clusice .

there been any auspicious tbfl'1IZs) like ihese to to vote, of couise their colleagues, if jle. lo a man in opposition to the measure, U say: period she received 10,000,000() ; (!) Mississippi righ's of suffrage-excluded no one-.-all ski r. right of the Sln'e Deseret. (Tniif De. -

to ease ofTand account for the interval.: Hut I sent, would have united wah them. The nothing of i the gi eat Whig party at I the S)ulh, had the benefit of I ITyeirs ; Alabum ed in framing the constitution, and when itt'a' serei'i right lo those boundaries had been disposed

the prospect. Day by day bus been added intk Hewln'd! That it is expedient that this hauL amid resolved ? I do not oveirale coiseqMcnces Kentucky. 10) ; Ohio 3 ; Indiana 1G ; Illinois does not lack t the means of supporting a State right ci'iilJ. orzi,,
rwst, 111(1 i kit tile hopes of ihe lirture Convention now proceed to foini a Stale Con- at all when I tell ,ou. tint it mytiio 1 H ; Michigan :31 t. ; Missouri IS ; Arkansas (Government, as Dr. Gwin thinks California; them. While! rjeseret's cons.itution; awaited '

gloomier anti worse. The iintsincly 1a'lthe >i slit utoH f.r (: tti tornia." -l deliberate! judgment, the I Xufioail D'tnn-I 33 l;: ; Iowa S t and Wisconsin TJ. The object does ; and she so tmmkes known in her memo the action of Congress, no portion of her ler- '

noble' and fair serins Calhouu lus complicated Fiom "the) Debates in the Convention ofCalifornia. ciatic 1 pnt.V, slit; it..1 that mea ine lie crried oflhe resolution. is, to report upon) t thes
our jesIiny. ftIJ saddened oar" prost ." 1 nvike u lew extracts fmm sump I Ii rough (Jongre.ss by t the aid of N'orlheit and and if.lie.;!i statistics can bo obtained here, to which declare, have been legally represented in the California S

eru. liven die *' God-like Daniel. under, I of the speeches of members enliug t Wes'eui' le.mtc'alic votes, will? tut unrt can- ;ascertain how much his been paid out of th-! And whereas, (here is rio'v a sufficient : Convention. These fourteen members

the ktiess of the free.toalerf, qiuiU and lecoilsin those districts not scrrire its cMMinmntio-t.! public) t treasury I lo siisf-iin the t :
the. Senate ; and oblivious already 4f h isLiJtirfct C\LiriM.i"s show! that the Coiiffrcsxofth': United Sfafr.t State of Deserel to support a Staff government I the milter had nothing lod. with wiih the
U. >
w\\r or vr\rnAM: :
district of Lo
achievement in ihe ;pubiie-couueils. ofliauug Mr. S. C. Foster, from tin h STVTIOUToj' I is bound appropriate, out of the. tar co'lcclc.1! thereby reliering the General (focernmcni antislactri, eicilcrr.cn!, I-Kould! lintain wiih
I rLvi.ns; TI> ni: sfrrourtu AS A
"that the tesolution t to
caived Liinwlf u niche in every patriot Angelas, suggested TUB NArM.\L Ext1C4C.: here, xnjjirienl to support this Slate Govern- from the ezpeie nf a territorial f ctcrnm great confiJen.-e, (h-t their siftn: g there and
** bosom*, and ofhnkiug his name wish t en.limrntK appoint a committee be put I in)) such slj-tpe: asto men?! ttn'.il o'htr meant can bt obtained, iciihout nt ii Ih'it section, awl in ecid nee of which voting! there viiiafml: I.R| xv/e! California Constitui'ion
which must bae made it a* wide, give the opinion)? (,1 f the I House I directly I on 1. It hail always strni k mi tint the opau- imposing onerous burthens upon the. people.Mxery the inhabitants hnre already erected a legislative ( & for who cou!.] s.iy Jovv imporfint -
epirad and! *e immortal as lelteis, behold him I the subject 01 t I'e form of zve rim imit'ut. Smivmembeis iz'itionof California into! a Slii'e w.i> pima- i: I thinking I i mm musi' see at once, I that hall! equal to most and surpassed by fen features miy: not ha'vq been many introduced- '

undoing now all he has said: and, with ihe weie i in fivor: of I a Territorial (; i(9fllflt'tit. tore, for the want of m the means of>uj.pirtingso ; I such' a condition of dependency) ( ) of,9/flteupon in Ihe. shiest Stales, your memorialists, there into or excluded! from that Constitution, thro'

zeal <>f a Sexvard, urging onward; a measuie, For one, he iraq ojijivsed jmtCiil'* ci't'ly a govern ni ut. Where was i tl li' revenue the general government. i is an iaiptisib'e relalion fore, ak your honorable body to fivorabfy! the casting: frotn time to time, of those fourteen -

and forcii'g a eiisi* where the I'uion must In to cn'cring inlo of Luis .' The Kui.o in h tmmtI U ii Initsttitll
fiom disti let Sa>
'JVfi taxation
Mr. II. hit i private S
if fail- wrecked
saved or vtiededsaifd it I as ours : for as the money power xvouhl, inev. the Constitution and usigea of ihe }J-e-Ierul? : : as it now is, Js jM't what it would!
ifitiMuiiafihs. True, 1 liavc noticed movemen' Obisfio, Mid, "theie was another reason why qu.tntilies, and public dom liu uit3\ibe: it-ibly: ilraw the political power after it, it I Government, that the Constitution! : acconvnnv. : have been, [Lad no one participated in its framing
should In sep.tiated.: 1 ll I while it remains sm-h, uhvays: nndt so,
'* in the fr< e Stales, asserting; lh Smith'sfytiul the two qu''fiii iis ) would! involve re sions of sovereignty; x\hiih r ing i I I this memorial I be ntif: t il.'d?, ar.'l that the or adoption: but thoi- who had a legiii-
honest in Mating that I llietworesolu.ions I I through; compacts: of't t the ne\v StaJe 1'ufiveyears :
I ngliUcn tin* nexv tcniioiiet, and juin.ir. gentlemen) were a ot.ite in this Union has no more capacity! to I Slate of Dtsercl be. admitted/ info the. Union onan mate right to do s-> ? I have the authority. of
would have the oft'ect, it was I here after-and as to th public fens(
ism;! ( ( Tammany Hall ha* okeo cniini'lg karne surrender at the price of her equility with the I equal footing icilh ihc otfttr States,'' tc.. :.Mr.; Senator I).iy ton, one iii,f the soundest lavx'-
with tie ishesotthose in the gold regions, instead of! rvhiij on
lo comply \\ mire
which, ought Jo fuHi!t111d. would chue \ieldinguothing) (:o.States, than the federal government has a 5'h. IJut Dser.'t possesses a far weiglitier y ers m the S--n.ite, for the position, that California s-
I} who desired to tecord their vote in that as a source ol Slate I icvenue, it is j\'ttion- ,
in IVnnfcjSvania
tie c**niruv4 mr. Popular nweiii.g* I cap'.cilyto receive tin ler t the limitations: of advantage over California! thin any of thesi', !; through her own unorlhorized or".inr-
and Ufwber% have I lud down ta\nrofa Trrritorijl iovernmtnt. He wascmnitellcd
liam'h fit seuleracul! (iacluditt iht a.lini? iojitit' in compliance with the wishes of )iIliC! lands, ftllo\\eil by a taking an.l jxjvj'taliou to lake back his lauditions upon the California ani 1 xvlaolly! and wantonly the fault! of the Ca.itornia no fore*; .,f ingenuity can discriminate betvxeen F
his constituents to cute for a Territorial 6'yccrnmcn t of public liiMsuru (the tifr.iiii, is a I trev -
t Caiiftcuit: "trt'A suitable hmmltirifs") fit ;) Convention. for its bountiful allow.incos to Convention, I that is, if California is her and Deserei to the disparagementS
and violation! of the lights of
fur acrei'ance( t by all concerned. Michi m )!. piss property;' I her State functionaries t'10.0) jO pr annum chargible! : with knowledge oflhe t fact: that S iho latter, the ;passage [ here quote from his
the ] ant
ins lofrM-d the hui'Js: of li 'r Mninent is nntoi: I shall introduce but one extract more fion; subjecting lre-passr to danngs for her Governor-S'lvi' per diem, and Deseiet had frrned her Cen titution anJ I assumej .speech, applies! xvith! eqml farce and pertinen.

from the cru hin weight of her antiliu: ryiustatictioiis the I D.'biie) *. I It t detives an additionalimitortaaice : ciimiiul penalties lor :'lie conversion,, uhclljtr 32 f>r every twenty: miles travelled by her her limits afer ihe laps of seven irAnths cy lo the in :imticna! CMiiditions of Loth. Ho

; and theie b<" is in the Senate I from the fitct that the Speaker vai .i mtive (tho Jjxvs of the United States hive bt eip"cially l.ieutemnl Governor, while in perfonmneeof I fron the d late thereof. Hut whether! she Knew "" .
> extended to those Tenitolipsor 'C.u i.)rnh, sir, is a Slat -a State de
: MN'Ufl/i e ?
untrammelled an.l fr< c ; and, t t crown (henipasuii' Mexican of considerable note in I thai section : < his d.'licial: d-ities--SKJ per (lit Jfl lo eici! of; i it or ito?. cannot al'er I the rights resitl''""" <"-""
the bI f fNew Calilbniia. and elected I not ; unless in.ieed the utilizing tils'.jrdtv > appropriations! ol I ierntory, tt I there be f 4t'O. It exercises the p )\ ers of'an orgnn-
of good tidii >, Deiuncrju-y )I f : was actually a her Senators and Uepreseiilatires, with !10 I prim
I I (inrcnfol lo erclu le. latf from thceJcd >' in either to appropriate: lo their ized ( overmirrmemir. Whether it is or shall lea
ry such
ot Los
IlHtmhiit and Conn-'cucnt have won ( delegate fio'ti) each Territory.) can i m Im I iminiaineJ i i ( ih.it t tin Lit the public domain oflhe I State de jure depend upon the action of
and thus uses
lV'sli aud dec'.uvc: tiiuiriphs in contests tii.HIiirincijtle | and Santa Ifarbarti p-.ke : them tr all professions of gerieroiity those own am am y
fiee. foiii-.m! in Catillo.iid "The lii j rst t 't ion Mexican laics are A//// in force here, for I her ; t several States vii Ii.mt; the prior sanction ol this loverum-nt. S >e has within her.'elfall
lica! .1
over pol i every :>ir. A. rju- cost least anl: are fell h-a.t, wliere t the means .. ,
lu-; and piiasitlithcwmhinalionK.. All th's'lh ought to be \\ bet her Calif irni.i was l lo rerniinH I must admit. ti.t: any ciiizen, ha, a li'-htt... :are oeiia\eu, !. ; (' iioin I. .1 im--* -pocieis t 01 oiuers..1 iiiiI Congress rass.stng I Hus hy, T I rem'irlv, .1 in.it; Ihe powers all t .e righ's. and iv charged with

ratilj iii tor
ili** "tudiy fuiits ofit Ju (;on ress. 1'helflt.lj dettiiii nation there I miglit) be on that moderate per cen'age lo the (;rorernnu'ntj. opinions too pilpibly uuconsiitutional! to com.rmnd limits purse.I; l the t natural bound tty South, has adopted the character of Government. S

4f' the free Jta'es, instead of hating ofihcir subject! he thought a committee, ought to be whatever; mine of t leusiaie he discovers nj a fly Mij-poit; i in either I House I of Congress IIf'the Sierra Nevada and at the line of 3o3'J wh'ch was in her power, tpon principles of S '
finds abundant, and wiih-xit let liindranee" line South to Santa: Barbira Nation Law. She could not adopt a ter.
demanstra. it I hat memhi'is or of' : nearly a du- -
of :
pre.tentjnns, as these popular appointed' to report upon ) but to borrow t the aid a gentleman runs
lions vvo.ild justify and perhaps rr-quite, beeinto might tecoid their r vo'.es: on that question alone from. neighbor! citizen or the govern, distinction, and merit, and who well knows t the on th-s Pacific at time 31th degree of ritaria.1 form of Government-_that is the crea- S

Ij'jny theinselves ruther with the allYtrs of ifthev so desired it. "lie 1 tepresented ment *>o long as he ( hoose.s i t to I occujiv a mid the condition of California; to show hit I her Nut t ii hat itn.e, thence S'itth-E-isierly: along lure federal legislation. She has within

the South, and watching every show ot in.lifljience one of the most respertible rommuni-I)j.I work i thesani'1 Such, is and ha? been for :a m revenue.wants are real, and I hat, until she the: ,mean-lerin! s ,)f the ocean to the Mexican herself HOT"(.L'l the element, ri_,hts and powers

< and tpaikJe wl coUjsion! th i ie, a rgL1LIt.r1i1z I tiesiu CaIiI.u i mo, and l hedll! izt).' bclierc it to t'at i number of years the,. law of Mexcio, as iiis has the means within herself, of supplying border, thence I I'ist xvith that }boundary line, ofa .3a'e.
i universally, I believe, of all I I m the Spinuliuerican frontir.g on the Pacilfic To. close this rnit.'er, I will put a case for
their hi contti'uents thai Slutetitvernmcnt vtc. &e. c-mst-q-iently
; f i'irajt' s to catty amre bethe in'erestof a t them, it is her tight, us it is her duty, Iff !
through u Jiieie i pouer ofiitintbets, and to force ( should formed. At the same \ Slates ; and if Mr.l Clayton carrie I Iout to draw her supplies from tie National t two degree of lititule from the 3Ith 1: to llu judgment of every conscientious man in

a settlement without unking atiy concession! time a* a giesit inajonty; ) of this Convention, I Ia his monstrous doctrine t.Vtt I ihe&e I Iiws ar Treasunry, and upon time only terms upon the :3iJ. Her I dimension*, like those nf California Congress. Suppose. &eien month? alter Iowa S
in Ibice Californi.: and. New \l.xici-w1ii 1 I ailmit nnd such! hul: ibrmed her State Constiluionand: beflirohu '
at all.- Talk to the reasoiuhle men of i the pjieaied to be. inlivorof a State Government ) which the federal government iVis any are monstrous, as
Noith ali'int' the r/jual! rights nf| i the S Mlh, and he proposed I tint Tin: CorN fRY saiofLiinn ) follows! -what can follow: -but I that all!I t lhe i constitutional authority lo grant t ht'mn- j Congress ought! never to absent to ; but alter > h.td applied for admiasion into the Union S
(Ier a'I. MsrnoMSVN v.i-t dejiosites ifihe precious metals will be ii she had Ibrm-d a State Constitution, whatever th:it tle people! of the cotr rminous territory ofMinesota '
none can i-peak[ ym nioie fairly they piriutu: nv KU.NXIMJ A MM: t that she receivs and' submits! to such a /emi i
mil th*'m fully; hut the. niunviit you enter the Ll'IS OlUsPO. SO rjtvi' ALL NoKTH OlTIHT r. t tiievubly m luslto I those whoso prodigal outlay! j tonal form government as Congress should, I territory' she e nbraced in her State limit had taken it into their heads to become -
door with a practical appliaitce ofit, fquility LINt: MIUHT iiivi: A STATI: (iovnnx.MiT ; provide for h-r. It seems amazing, i hat after co-jld! not be upon or S
takes flight out the \\ uciow. If we aie t.iiked AMI ALL SoUTH THJMtKOF A Tf.KKITOHIAL : h.iwever,, such a pestilent and 'useless pre- he had shewn so fully what Congress had by any authority less or other than t lhat: of tbrrned a State Constitution, and stretched

to as men, \ve me dealt \\ith t as rhildieii.s I ll I (;Jovr.RSMUNT. He and hi? folleuz! e>> i<'ii>ioii is to l IIC repelled aiul: t-haslUcd, a '4ihe. dune for all the other new States, in providing. Congress. Her till<; was good and perfectigaiiist Soyih. } her boundary line so as to ernb-ice fcm2U.UOQ ,
the Sooth complains of a Meeting of the i is. were under instructions to rote a Territorial I right of property ol' the United Si-ites: will xvit'fi and d'efiaying their expenses so ; all other claims but I those ofthe tlnied ( ) oflhe 50,000 square mi'cs oflhe Slate '
them ;
sues, s*nJ the North blend* them in one, jtcoasiderb organha'ion. lie took this view because he j ./// tIme accesvjri"s pertaining to isin I territorial governmenst--thai Calitbrnii Slates. Until the action of Congress took (itS Iowa, and suppose thai both of these new v

. that! compliance eni)ajhand tint the believed it (o be for the interest of his contitucnft. be asserted and miinlained I : I j in California I long as entitled t loan equil. I measure; of prolection )hce, Ill) Ot Tier Territorial Government could Slates were appyi.tg for admission al the ensuing S

South should! be uatisfied, however obnoxiousllie ." He had nothing further and New Mex co, the right ol property exists : was and support, and stood in such aclml he formed within her limits. Sliil less could session of Congress. Minesota baring

provisions ongrafted upon any f the as o.ciaied to say; except that he conceived it to !be, i the nud' j is recognized i in every other part of t the need ofit..' .hat su obvi j..u> a consequence h id my other territory, without the previous sinc- I choaeti her Senators and Kepresentatives to

measutes. A tm>M' excelietit tnan, and interest of hi* constituents) if a Territorial civili/rd wot Id, then, as acitizt'ti ol the South, occurred to hi-n I th i: a territorial coirliiion i./n of Csairess. seiZ. upon and appropriate Congress, and Iowa not : is there one member '

clear and \i oro s of luiiu'' is the I HOIIM'K (Joveruinent cr.uld not 1 be. formed for the I demand oft lie Hiecutite and of Congress. not would be q-lite as indispens-khle( lo California I tO her own limits a vast portion ot the very il! either House, xxho, under such circumstances

Cliaiitnan of she Committee on the Teriilo.riet irJutfe? country, that the c .nntry I should be M, in the Soulh's mine: that the first and liigh- her I hit ;ail I, as it hail been to t the erritory already incorporated; into the Sfa'.ef and.! apart horn all anti slavery is.s,' e3a\n

31 r. ?.1 cCiei nand lii f: i Illinois.I J In con. I divided as to allow: : them that: firm, while t the I estz_tight of property) (its securin-) be foithvv'iih lo secure State. -to wriieli, t ,ne reierren as .i.me I > Deseret, Once admit the doctrine, that lay his hand uiiin his heart and say, that as

science, I do not doubt at all, but that he uim* iNottbiMti population) ) ) might) ) adopt a .S1ate enforced in Caliioinia, and I h hit t the public I It very beneficiaries new oflhe federal govern inent.t. my considerable! number of people have ihe bIi could n.;t be udrniiled' with their con-

lo lie lair and desire* to b. just, yet it is but Government: if they preferred it." t treasure be protect ed fiorn all I 1 dejiredilionsfiom O.vn-TiliKi OF Tiin POPULATIOXyn right, without the previous sanction of Con tlicting t.outidary lines, and as I hey were, ho

a day or two since, that he introduced ;\ bill! These ate striking and most important de. t all quitters' i ; for, if thu North j is IIII ts'iII. HALF or THK TuitRITOKV OF TIlE gress. to assemble iu convention upon) the would have favored and insisted upon the ad.
ing I that t the citizens of i ihe South should shaiein NHAU their Constitution mission (It time Slate of Minesota, embracing
of ;>eacc, embracing all issues, to settle thi velopntent>, and demonstrate In every min.!, Sl-ATK OF CxLirOKMA HAD ALRKAUV BEEN lational! territory, form own
sad controveiKy. and the very lirM item of his that ifthes people South of36= ;30 min. i I the benefi's of a joint acipii ilion, but [>refers I.NTO TIIK STATi: OF DttSCKET. md State government and fix upon their own ico-fifths of the Territory ofloica, and given _
lo share them lather wuTi for in the Iowa, ihe go-by. ?? There is no member who Swill
com//ro/we piovides! fur admitting California had been left to thcmwlces or Could have had: I foreigners and SKVCX: MONTHS UF.FOIUJ TIlE FORMEKHECMI boundaries, (as is now contended!
as she is He overlooked, enluely, the e. their own choice, they would not have been 1 heir peons of every I Imd. and clime, I appeal ST\TI:. case of Calilornia.) and it is impossible to resist say so, and not one who prizes national :
: A (
lo tie Constitution for the and the the State of Deseret justice at its worth, with the iIitniy i
volling inequality 4 if applying the unti-sl i ivery I incorporated) I now) j inlo I t the State of Cal i flrn la authority There isiPlanothermnlterbearingnpon the the conclusion that proper S
clause to Culilonua, boili North and( South ..I j -but would have been severed therefrom, and doctrine that the public t treasure, : wherever it admission of California; of very obvi.na im- li.i'l an ittisolute immunity of limits against the resent tmfounuVil IInp.ataoi \\ho would not S

36 SO, and robbing the South at a d.tt.h of the been now$ seeking at the t hands, of Congress a be, belongs to I the public Treasury, and is in. 141t which has been kept| steadily and aggressive legislation of California. Hefote: be ofiended at the supposal. What then ?--
Mutando nomine de illo ,
pen, of fully' oper centum, ol\ her \\hoie interc&t Territorial C nyc rnment. Trim, I the delegate alienable! and. iudipoabe[ but by laic ; and mysteriously portallee "uit of view : I sillude to the ap.plication either moved towards a Slate organization, but the fabula narraivr. .

in the let riturit's Souih i f f t the lint* ; and as fiom I that section aftei'wards subinitted to I their that every surplus thereof beyond !he consli.tutional ol the Sra'e of Desercl to Congress they possessed equal rights, if any rights, to Change name-substitute California S S _
for tinnssQ'a D.cseret for and
the I Department) : ) of Stale, (I through its I in.stmcliun destiny, but what could they do 1 They were wants of the Government, belongs lo be admitted into t the Union, as one of i ihese (fix upon their own Imutiidarie-hi'mt' those the imiidiir foica dolxito, you have
to Mr."1 I Km' ;:,) has nndeitaken to overpoweied. They had previously exclusively and respectively to I tho sovcrrign States anJ though less bold and pushing equal rights! were converted into better rights very case now WITH THK
acqmes.ced Slates of the Union and the ; in fivor ot the territory I'llF.GXAXT KXCEITIO, THAT CALIFORNIA
frighten Southerns away I liom enjoying any t in time law fulness of the assemblage I b\ not to private I than California, she modestly avvai's' the sine- and c.rcusire rights,
portion of the remaining 27> jtcr cen'um ol in.tcret being qualified as members: t thereof. Theii citizens of favored portions oftheni. lint i this I lion of Congress of f her Constitution, before firl entering upon a Suite organiz'ilion. EXCLUUUS SLAVERY FROM HER BORDERS A1)S

through the) myMic ,ievexuig! of the retiring i i cou'.d' not have destroyed m the business I though important, is digressive, and I return choosing and hen-ling hither her Sen itors and Now let us see what happened. Calilornia.posseeiin DESKKET DOES NOT-AND THAT CALIFORNIA
to what! 1 of the the within Ihe limits which the Slate of DEBARS THK SoCTII FROM MIORATIOX AM)
Mexican statute books-the) fiinle will be, of the Convention, and would ti'I) was saying resources oh in ( ongress. 1 know not *
that of the whole Mexican cession, not an quorum have I) 1 pievcnted their incorporation i into I the State government lo support itself. that Representative her claims; are at all the worse for lhat.- Deseret h>id left her, (being the whole territory SETTLEMENT IX (55,000 SQUARE STATE MILES DfiSERET OF THEACTUAL
tcre will be left the South for migration an State. So their constituents, powerless to Ihesides the waul of a land tax, the right to Neither are her claims the less in my judge between the Sierra Nevada: ocean) CONSTITUTION
- fcetilcmeut, mid n<4 a tolace will! be her'*, for fiee themselves from the entanglement, submitted tax or derive icvenue from the public domain, ment?, that she dispensed with a re present alive, no less than 00,000()( square Nevada from, the run 42'l LATTER LEFT UXTBAMMEtLED AND FREE: k

blasted expectations; and wounded pride, except to their destiny with what grace they theie xvas a want of numbers, and, conse.quently and in imitation of many of'the mister Suites ning down the Sierra min of North latitude, for FROM ALL RESTRICTIONS: How i.S it possible

that her destitution was wrought I ihioughihe might. Hut the acquiescence of the people of employment) &c.: amid locality and of Greece, xv-hen in their t most prosperous con lo. 33: unaccountable cleg. 30 crosses the mountain to account in any other way for the absolute
California an ihe \\utnttt 1'niviso. A such i I'lo.vj cannot divest this available and the of the acted a jtopular convention. over into Deseret runs
.i peM upon necessity- case of adequate lo wants and through rniless through the heart of for the admission of California just as she is
,os and compromises: evermore that these I for I I the Convention in thoSih than month's notice, the whole line for 400 % 5
the overwhelming proof possesses, treasnary ; though Upon more : a and xviihont the show of a sin in face and defiance of the knowledge possessed .
No, no Under the portentous: omens( people were unanimously opposed to becom.ingpait ,, t sedion ofthe t schedule of time Constitu- people ofthe Territory were assembled at the her territory, member thro .5
I I natural boundary until the line reaches by every of Co jre s, (:
gathering bet e, while a hope) could flatter meof i ; of the State ol California,-..-.. f tilejfl)1)Oi.itlg liou, rivule; great pretensions( to a population Great Sail Lake City, March 5, 1849-oranized gle The Colorado thence down that river to the printed proceedings xviih the proceedings ,

LIong good, my strivings for the Union conclusion' I ihnt their subsequent acquiescence by directing Iwo members of Congress lobe themselves into one general Convention Rio.. I ) ;.! ,l, I. .. of the Legislature of the State Deseret
would have continued, but fir physical of elected xvhile. the ratio of of and after arduous I tie Mexican ooiuer-runningini m.u n HUIdary -
constrained the infer
|pros. was ,-or I existing represen.tation I I irie>pective patties and thereon,) that nearly one haIt'oflier iucorpo. ,
the actually embracingsixtyfae .5 4
tratioi! ) and shalteicd health. After that the fa. in for each member deliberations of four days' continuance 1 line i to
seeing once, almost irresistible, highest Congress, 70.GSO, and solemn thousand miles oflhe State rated liirjils had been spoliated horn the limits
f;ov. Hiley's Proclamition), the t Cor.i tiiu'iou$ vor Congress could now bestow upon them, would have required a popul ition of 14l,3GO, produced a Constitution of such luck iSut square even this is not the most appropriated by Dfseret to her exclusive u>o .

of both Deserct and CaliHirnia, nnd the de.b.es would be to sever the ties which bind them to yet the Convention itself, in another part of simplicity and real excellence, that not an objetlion of Descrel and inexplicable feature of this extraordinary seven months before, when she becatn? a ,

in the Convention% of tho latter, I was Northern) Cm lileriiia. And what ure I thr I the same Constitution, (the 29ih section oflhe4th t was raised against it, and it was adopted singular affair for General Riley, (through Stale de facto, and which became and were S.

mfire than anxious, I uas eager to lay the ad. teachings of the Senate Chamber upon (the ill tide,) betrayed its consciousness that it I unanimously, and receiving everywhere, ; summond the immutable and. inviolable, but under the authority S
ditional; und ovcrx\helming objections) to the the ? could! have nothing like that number at the the territory the p-.ib.lic approval. his proclamation, actually : people -
California question, at present day through
f ? I
of Sanlq Barbara, Pi bla dc los Angelas i> Congress xyili only adf I, that if S _
nclmisgif.n ol Calilornia, which they suggested Why, that the voice of the people there is time that election xvts to take place, by providing What higher proofs than these oh'time sovereign choose delegates the Cal the territory South of CQ( deg. 30 min. shall re. S
and established before (function-; that '* the number of members of Assembly will l'tlie could the extremes and San Dleg >lo
every public potent, even over lime Law. Well,judging of people Convention though those Districts and' main? incorporated: in the jjiate of California, '
ry charged with the acijustjuent of) this pence the popular n unbers by the number of dele shull not; bo less than 21 nor more Micller for the right of sell-government desire ifornia xvith thosa tJIScZnlqBuenveii.'ura iu face of these qbstacles I have presented, .

destroying ttru sle ; und I avail myself of the gales allotted them in the Convention, the than :3*>, until the number, of inhabitants within ? None xvho admit that the people might their inhabitant'stogether San Gabriel had one il xvill bo an instance oflhe might and despq.lisin .
and every ,
patbest iu this State shall exercised in this instance the sovereign .
amount to 100,000"
gleam of cotnalescctice perform district of country 6'ou/Aof36 30 min. must have be. numbers and S
that duty now.) plainly referring lo some distanl ) lois choose representative to a coaventiot of them, been incorporated into, months over popular sovereign ;
? have contained at least one.ihird oflhe whole ( day right
and interests.
fore and became and were, until Congress rights xvilhou: a parallel |n lliQ .
1. Tac PEOPLE SOCTHPT represented in t the Convention, and furnishing' convincing proof. i thai it hid not tO fOrum for them a Slate Government, can deny ,
OF CAiiroaM population citizens of the Slate of Deserel legislative animal ol thin country. Look al it,
SO PEO. 30 Jix.: U.VAXZMOU'LY OrpOSlIUBKIXG :,CCI ding lo Pieiw* map) ("prepaied I for thePiesident reached that number yet, by iliieding m in the lime yet higher sovereign right of ihe puo ditapnroced under, from Washington andihrou"h From nil passing developments the corollaries!!
14th section of the I schedule that the form that Government themselves, anti Thu, prompting'
I t
iNconrouATEi of the I Unitfd Slates, under, ihe I diit'Clion menhe pie lo
XXTO CAMFOHMA ASJ3TATE. denies the proclamation of a federal executive are-1st. That: the people of Deserct arw ,
I .-From these papcis it in plainly tif the Commissioner of the General 18 to be chosen al the same election which for themselves ; for no political party: officer, were the rig"1' ofthe Slate of De. unanimously opposed to i ii, becatuu it embr j S
flfflr&tje thai tie people of California, resi Land Office,") the country FO situate contain. thoiro member of Congress were lo be that all the right* and powers sovereignty,

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cf* a vast t area ol (the I teni: iy >l llu'ir own :i, 1610, and: ()Misscuii by the act of Con. men anddclirerng it tojCongrc-ss ; but it left Cljc ilori ian & Jfouninl! Supporters of the Executive Proviso. urge upon government th t-tatp. 23.:! Thut the pern'e itsKli'tg S.i.irftbr' : gn> sbf Matrli G, 15CO. fcir'nirnilar! purposes.All her with the option t do it or nn. JIM as all In regard fo ih' character! of ihii Execn'iveProvi 'J The 1 MTg2Ron; wc lWnfc culy. ,l,

litn are zzcni.t.Zly cpposid to i it, as thee tndin 'nce* vii executed by tl.eteveral 4 ther. States have the op'.ion lo relit.qnish: anyrghs State oftheirs. Call it R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE however, seems too eariT
Canvejitions before one of
rowni'ettftl I tl:<* uim )iin< CilifurnJ.i Convention to the formation r f a one of those rights ol imperfect rbigiion! hich give:: 11 them ? When they are assured' that it r.M.ghiy in earnest iii requiring the liAJaw! *

State Govcnment. Ud. That fifteen of the The oidinance iisejf which the A'a'iama' t the publicists speak of as not susceptible! of May 18, 1850. h.is the support of Seward and his friends ofthe o this nuisance. e

iMrty sovereign States nf the Union arc vnar.iixoxsly Convention executed, i? nnt now before me, miisitennnce; either through fore* or law ?1- --- t Boston Ala, the Albany Evening Jcurnal As indicative of the
&eniment! .
h bjt I commend it for additional lijlit to Suppose! the people of t ihe. sakl Slate" shwld of ihFlorWhm *
: opposed to it, ns hostile to their infrrcstt. every Florida Delegates to Jrashville. nnd of those Northern Whigs and Whig
in violation! of their righta, and a s an one's pCI usal. It n to be fotir.J; in either of Ititii fete with the primary disjhis.il: c.f the The ofWhrgsas well as Democrat,
Convention of the
inunjounab'e impediment iu the (Tan Foumin's or Aikius editions of the laws of public ianJs within the said Stale." or that Western Disrirl! I Ii pre *ps which condemn .Mr. Webster, as yielding wo copy the following! article from the
way selected !Hon. E'l. C. Cabell anti Jam" F. i Ion much lo the South Jo need
honorable corr.promiic.Skwld i Alabatni. Neither have I a present access her Legislature! fkouhl levy a tax" thereon they to Argus whig paper., published! in
California be admit'cd in'othc! Unim to the several journals of the four Crun resseswhirh -.-.could the Stale( be forced back out' of the McClellan, E qr., as Delegates to the Sou'h.ern l be told that it is not ft that it should find I County. The writer speak with Mar0a;

note and before making formal renunciation admitted iito the Union the St-ites of Union for having broken a condition she had Convention. Southern: supporters ? Would Seward give worthy of ihe |
Luuisiuna, .Misnvippi. Alabama and Mi<*ouii, never accepted, nor exvn knew of until after subject :
Concen'itnal Ordinance
trough a nfcilim The following gentlemen make up the representation up the Wilmot Proviso in behalf of the Execuiive THE
Wit or claim to Ihe pvblie domain, m but I learn from a en lcmnn: who was deeplv she was u sovereign State and ill the Union, INDIANS.-The concise and i impormart
fold rffiion vilhin her limits, vhaf i-oidtl In its h interested in the admission ( J f several ofj ujion an equal fooling will the original SWcv : from ihi State : Gen. Joseph M. Proviso, if the latter held out any pro- l letter xvhich we give below, upt-jik ,, !
rftct; upon Hit title of th* Vni'ed State* j t them and who was present as a rentor and in all rcxj'ct-ts uhfi'crcr ? I know of no way I IleniHiidez, Col. I U. M. FVirsou, ( eii. C. II.Dupont tie justice to the South ? No ..iVaTo / t fo the Government, of ih necessity of roDfy doin
itirreio 1 I voU-d fur the admission Misouii, that there j of putting a State out of the Union but bail I and MCSM c. Cabell, Foreman, and show the estimate in which Gen. Taylor something lowarrfs their irnmedi tie remova*

The jrcJtMii! already adduced in ibis p*. [ were no dissenting opinions as (lo the necessity. \\thc others f reeding from it, nor, white she retruius McClellan. b is held by his Northern friends, we repeal We have not complained as yet. Or nho'e
to the admission California .tre weighty. or at least of the risk of admitting a new in it, do I know( of any way of coercing m matter of newspapers publication has been t",
per and I think! insperable j )but it ni.iy be tint State without exacting rrom her prior to hr I her to relinquish any rights! which the Constitution Administration and the Proviso!." a quotation which we have already! given fromSeward's sustain the Governing.t in Iteir dictation.; an.-j
the free Stales will regard the present one admission; an ordinanceiirevokible! i : without makes her own. Thus Congress may A majority oh.I I lie present Congress being, orgm, the Albany Journal : i the}i gallant; Twiggj I in his operation. I| we

at the xveighu'ett and most important'of them the consent of the Uui.ed States." ptovidinj.as undoubtedly protect the rights of the Unifii when elected! time advocates of the Wilmo! I "In this most eTiubarrissin crisis Colonel have IiPPtI gu Iiy in praising heretofore, l let u,
all ; and should ihey concur wilh me in the I j in tin1 case of Alaharm, that her people Slates to the public domain i I in California; in Proviso, the ffentincl can conceive of only Benton is bearinf-himself nobly. The cause now plead! guiltless in euimutemninmg.! i \V ,
c3cionsfiaw! I deu! e from the meaju, -houU! "forcter disclaim all right and title fo I ihe. same tray an I to the same extent a lhat i the reason why il In: not been enacted. That otu'I of lire soil and freedom owes him much.- shall !; nop'ind* p s here our St nie and in>er.
I tim sure hef will. the waste and unappropriated land', 4r., and { (Congress of 1 &3G protected I ihem I in Aikansas i Next to General Taylor, he is the mart on est is concerned. There is nothing for us FO
The risbt t() the United States to the pub. that the same shnl! and reMain a' the AO/C and those who I think' that the United Statesjeopinl reason is (Hen. Taylor's silence on the subject whom the hopes of freedom hang." gain by speaking for the Government ithea

Jic domain within a icrri'ory is undoubted and and entire disposition of. the lrtiild 6Va'cs. no rein's ofemitK'nt donriin, nor tint Can t this be considered! a satisfactory explanation All of us know something of the New York better" people are agrteved by soacts. stubbora

complete cnJ S3 is iheir tight to diepofe of it : 4 c., and that no tax shall be imposed on lands j I the State acquires any by the change, may b*> any* mind accustomed to arjr'ic from Tribune, nn anli-slavery Whig of im- f .
but if ici-'hw! disposing of it, they! autbojiipt'j the jiroperly fffhc United Stacx.Vhat ." 1 1I conscientiously vote for her admission M.I.T, but cause Iu ? Was there o I paper The Indians must leave. No pJausihil'ty!
Onion, what becomes of the right) then ?- why the present Confess ho'i'i! 1 not imitate I ions t.all the preceding Congress-s of the cccsfitics i more palpable noii-teyui'cr, t than such a con'elusion Washington correspondent ;piesentsan urgent MC5T leave. Our people are opposed !to their

That's n grave question, Cut:; tested by the! I this wary wisdom of their predccessois int1dig I or risk of aJmitling her without and from s-ich premises ? Look at Ihe nppeal ngainst the proposed Compromise Bill remaining another day. Trifling with them
Constitution, and I think ii is fret from al! i ti : these tinHv and saving prec.nulion t/.iW.she has ma'K* an orditnnce to divert the question fit a moment. Suppose Gen. Taylor l it'time Committee, (called by him the Omnibus i twelve 3 ears-to what gnod 1 Does President
tloubf. When thnt test i is applied i will turn before t admitting California into the Union Ii TFoar I public lands from escheating to the Slate, can f had laid aside hN non-commiltalisKi! and t Rill and is Taylor conceive that we are dupes ? Hard
out to be a right by sujfcrance, and nothing Senates and fair Houses of lleprerentatixes reronvile it to themselves to vote lo admit her urged Congress not to violate mIte Constitution ) eq-i.ill) emphatic in comtnendaiion I ly so. The country has materially! changed
more. And how is tin precaiious right to t usuaHy! contain a large and hih aver before and without it i ii past all my comprehension of lie United t of tie AdminUtration scheme. since his Le j;itsrved ? fly a forestalling renumva- age of this talents and a't-iinm'nts >f the legal I to understand. F"T my own part if she Slates by pissing the PruvisWoild -". Says he : f Mint Ihe Slate, nt last like Georgia,
lion of tiilc by' the new Stale through a conventional pru.ession, with here and there constitutional: I j is so admitted. I am free' to declare, nnfl after thai, as the Sentinel contend!*, have relievjd I We support Gen. Tavlnr's plan of settlement M'LLirv, and? carry that high prerogative into
ordinance prior to cnlrance into the lawyers l ardjitiis-consults of the first order of! weighing fail ly and fully aIlh! i >; antecedents J his Northern WhigfiiemNof all respon- :! of tin? territorial and slavery! questions execution ? or will the Govcrnmenr at once
abilities and when such! enlightened bodies; thai I would not give lo the value ofa t i ihe save us from our repeated destructions by
I7nhn, and not otherwise, leaving her without ; i pinch I sibilty ? Would a temptation have been there- j ( Proviso,) for a double reason. car.
temptation to meddln with what she cannot of men, having quite as much interest and I I of Miul! for all the residuary right of the Uui- by hsld ott: lo them lo place themselves in direct I I Iu the first place, because it is the SUREST rying the war into Africa,' and rid u* of this
have protecting the title ted Slates to the public domain and the |! murderous race.
anpropiiate :herself. I purpose as we can j gold PMX TO PREVENT SLtVEflY FROM GOING INTO
and immunities of the public! domain, where i regi'.ns within her limits. antagonism; lo the head of the Whin' party- Tim NEW TI-.KKITORIKS, and secondly, because We say, give Gen. Twigs unlimited pow.

It i k clear past cavil, that if t'ue Federal state sovereign)' stretches over it, are unanimous I to tie President, (for l.om they Lad ail voted ?! i ij i iI it t is the best plan lo preserve the unity and integril'j e r fo act, and oar head (for it the worthy old
Government had a rig!J under the constitution in their views of the leccestify there was District Convention. I j Is it not reasonable! to think, that a recotmnen- I of the Whig party." Georgian will speedily secure us peace anisafety.
hold lands within Stale other for of reinjuihm! or of the imminent I The Delegates selected in the Western Di.- datiai .
to for compacts from
a purno.RCS i coining such a source, would have I The paper from which this is taken, after
than those enumerated therein. Ib A risks to both title and immunities w ith- j Inch to amend .1 District) Convention, for the I !
cou'J not be aff-cied iti liy the right terlitcry out it, cveo though we should dissent ftom I i appointment of !Delegites) to the Nashville: : j had it least some influence: upon them ? On i ii giving a sale trust at Mr. Webster for bol'.ing Compromise Bill.

in whirh they weie any sin-ate way bfcumin;! a- j jHi their conclusions, i l' it wise, is it fafe, to dis j f Convention, met at :Maiinmm on the first L i ihe dher hand, as to Northern Democrats, his h from the ranks sums 'up his reasoning in behalf The Senate Committee of Thirteen have

alt-. And I Infer that their exenv-ii'm; from i i.Slate regird their precautions, unites there be rub I I Monday in Mav. I 150.I I veryconrealment of his sentiments xva wilh of the Executive Proviso in the following. t repoitetl their Hill. It embraces, substantially

taxation would' be as sound a deduciioi I iic'noi prirafc) reasons tor admitting California I The"Hon.. GEOlttiK S. HAWKINS was; I heir a powerful consideration why t they word* : I the propositions introduced into the

from the same rijht ; what absurdity could ,' vrw, i/t such force and gency tint aUsaifegtnn's 1 I 1 called The t ti following i the ( 'hair, shotj-1 x-tife for ;tlie'Proviso. They ft-lt that a i 1st. Tint 1 the North! should s'Jport; G n.Taylor's I Senate by Mr. Clay early in the session, and
1Li.m ? Qut'e their
he greater: then, if this iccrcro-than for ihe ; must yield to ap- : persons presented credentialf frau had been practised upon the bv policy, because it id the host policy t then condemned throughout the South 'with
and received urunlry.
of ,
United Stale &a itWIlC to the point and significant con;- were as members *! the
*, year afiery ear City years.lo | to the
I the Whigs- in prevent spread Slavery! into the new s
make solemn compacts; with the new States: \ ( 'jences is the circumstance that vnip twenty C&bIvention representing Taylor as all Territories but scarcely a dissenting vouv.I .
to relinquish in favor vf he former rich's: of I Tears ago a Senator in Congress fr-m Ala- Prom rrnuist-George S. Hawkins, W. thmus to all men-proclaiming to tine Xoitb XlJ. Tint the main'y\\\t\z\ \ should it I It is said that all three of the Washington

eminent domain and taxation which the Utter I ;bunt made a speech in hit },'ae.e which at- 1 A, Main: and .'.. G. u'inrnes. I that ie would approve the Wilmol Pioviso, i because it is tl.e} wisest party, f.iire t, most support unobjectionable !j papers, the Union, InffUigcncer, and Republic,

never pnsseuned and never coud! possess, if the I traded a large shaie of public notice and iu | J'rom CaHtvtin-W. S. C. Yonge.1'rvRi laud issuring the South that he would veto if. i arpj foibearing and least irritating: '! are in favor of the bill. We are glad to sea
conferred which be maintained not odv that this (;ov.roiuttiil Jiick im-J' *.e Coe, C. ( Yonge.
consiitu'hn ;lie this Guy. j
right upon The : ol f that can be and because i.U i.I one of Senators Mr.
i I ; were indignant: : at the fcucha any presented ; our Yulee! his taken
eminent to fcod! them iu a St.de. .\ | ( could not bold lands within the body I l II. S. Campbfll, S. Stephens K. 1 H.1 Kilbee, perpetration <> i lit of Administration
w'i of %.lv. and Js J. I'.ttinnii. I fraud and desirous of policy a Whig presented grounds ngainsl if. We hope and belieta
cannot bappose that Romany Coti tesres, n i i' ol a Stale' without a compact relinquish- Mr.Nealy, ::* were exposing for the aJoptio:) of the Whig 'I
for ch a !en5h of time, xvoul'J have .ta ctioncJ j rn nt. (jut with if, and that even the comprehensive i From \ 'zchiiai-ton-Jae.oIa \Vhile, A. II.i j! it, l b; passing the measure, cany ing; it to !he ; party. ; t hat our delegation will be found united in ?.
atd eikiic'ed such compacts w Hi the i itate.5 provisions of the ordinance, exacted I i Miller, and (Ico. I'. IJalizell.On | Pieilent! when il would be seen, by !his icto'j From the same paper of a succeeding day, i iwe [position lo it. Moat of the Southern Senators

ifth *y reirJed them, when mad-', a* I fr- m Alabama formed no barrier to a claim motion of i'. I II.I Kilbee, Ilev. JK3S!I< j or tnprocal, iho had Keen cheated ; a.d:; thus : lake another extract, well worthy of perusal I t who have spoken go against! if-among
i incident and existing as a mini.neiit I. (:01vas: uinninou! chosen to preside ovei
mere nuiltiie! atii concituti alicti'd resulting as an
uuily ni j does the which
confirming as position
I them .Messrs.
are constrained to thai .tnieil of sovereignly! and eminent domain the Convention. j they would! expose[ him i t eilh'T to the Noith I or ; Mason, of Va., Rerrien.of Ga.,
them as acromplUhing iippie real objects} they and re avert.Jng The gentleman referred to i i. the llojt.1 [ John On motion of C. C. Yonge, Ks-r.| II. S. i the (,t1hi.! Thai Northern Democrats, with we have taken, as (to the influence of the j jPresident's Downs, if f4i., Clemens, of Ala., Davis, of

mui*. impoi'.aot con&rquei.coi. If lliey MeKmiey! naa an .issocia'e Justice nf the CAKI'BKLL was appointed; Vice I'levident. isticha piovoculion to vole for it, have yet > recommendation of the equally Miss., Borland, of \rk.. Turney, of Tenn.,
) alternaUte hothesis| to I] Supreme Court of ihc United S.'a'ts HashechdHgwl On motion of !Hon.! C. S. Hawkins, U. 11. !''gore, generally, against the Proviso, is cer- j effective Exccu'.ice Proviso, in inducing Northcrn Butler, of S. C. On the other siJe, Messrg.

account Ctr ihy they did so. but *.imj 1y and I i the opinions which, a: maUiie a.:e 1 Kn.nii: : was; appointed Secretary. jtaiilj one of the most creditable circumsian- Whigs to give up the \ViIinct Proviso.In .-. Houston, of Texas, Foote, of Miss., and Man-
only, thnt 5n the opinion of ail! these Cnres- /' and: under solemn ref.ponbiitie! <, he ar I. j Whereupon, Mr. W. A. Kain. being called 1 I case the Executive Proviso is not su%tained, '
ci the coaversi ofa Federal Territory into ; unced in the Sentte twenty years ago ? ; on, explained the object for which the Con : c-s in tl.e recent history of parlies : gum, i'f N. C., have spoken.
& Soveri'fcn State would, in the abu nee ofa !i\\Credat Jud
c3np&c< fe'iz3cjtl'iFThefl;' % of invest th>' Stat i! -; ), I well remnnilier to have received from : take a rec, ss of twenty minuie?, I to 1 1I i lot passed, il being conceded thai the present,: ; (hen we are assured that 'every Northern'' some extracts from the remarks ui several

wI1 t right to the jmhitc% duauml.hintm h r j < verf.or Ninian Clw"ar'ls of Illinois and t.n- ?.fTi d an oppnrt'inity t to the two parties I to i f..ngrs> assembled with a large inrfjorily in Vhi" will be forced to g') fur the W.linot ,, speaker* :
her his autograph, his printed message to the nominate! t their candidates. | Proviso
t lavorof**" il ? We will give the t : I 1. The admission of'any new Sate? or Sites;
Legislature oft hat Stile, main'uinin the same The ('tinvent icni ic-a'Sfjnb'edAvhen Mr.W. !t .
I The psrfy necessities of sustaining: the ., formed out of Texas be
i doctrine with .Mr. Senator McKinlcy. und at A. Kain ar.uouncnl that the D mucrals S liey are Iwo-and appeal to all candid 11111 to postpone maid i they
Congress exacted of reJin t Administration policy on the Slavery and Territnrial j: shall hereafier pre ?nt themselves to he
impacts f'i7"'V''r Kt'r1'1an'J' u''h'' no less ability.; had agreed on James F. McCIellan! as their | n say whether we are not correct in assign re
from all ihc New State I mid, hov&ver, Hut the. Can oim.i Convention itv If v :ns Delegate, and Dr. Samuel Spencer as Alter I questions we have before urged, here ceived into the Union, when it will be ih
,lhat! Ohio, ludivii: liiinois, Michi ;.ti, \Vi. fu ly awaie of the necessity! theie was for ex.ecuting nate. Wlu'rctipfiti, th- said: nominations were rug iheimi. I 1. The movements! in the South,, and elsewhere. They involve the necessity1of duty of Congress fairly and faithfully to execute
coiiMii) and Aikansas were not leo im-d tolaaltu I suc-h an ordinance as had )been ie.quired unanimously rotifiniied.IJ. uincipally the movement in behalf of the !' defeating the Omnibus bill. And we be;! the compact; with Texas by adapting
buch compacts. Of the latter Stale. I IvriJ I of Alabama and precious la her admission S. Campbell aan uuroil, on the part of ;Southern Convention, endangering, as i the i!i !o cail the attention of Southern Whigs lo theposii.'on such new State' or States.
I tpeak hereafter : of the five former, I o!,. into the/ Uniun, for no fjtuity could the Whijrs I t that they t lad; selected the Hon.I I t Inoney; changer* of the North!! were led to be- j I the party will be placed in, unless the 'i J. The ad ;ii.sion .f California forthwith
Fcrvc that they were all funned out of the have to blinded it that it did not see, that no K C*. Cabell, whose nominaliun was unsn- ievi the Union and Omnibus( bill is i defeated. Pass it and th. : into the Union with the boundaries which,
Territory North West of the Ohio, and Con such requisition c''nld havo I bi ieti made unoii, 1 irnntisly cojifirmed. consequently: jei.parditiing !; whole Northern Whig force i is compelled to she ha* proposed. *
firess deeming the ordinance iif 1 17 as np.I it afterwards, and when California had been C. C. Yonge, IJsq presented the following' their gai..s, have caused them to p'aue ; to I j, } !anti's'*lfupon I liC ground OttflttIrdimt the Proviso i j 3. The eslaMtshmenf territorial gnr.'rn.meats -
I ying to ihein alter ihey became .Slates and all I I recubniz.u$ as a Stale and taken her place! in llesolution : 'lesilate lo force on the crisis which they were I upon[ the Territorial Governments that : without lie! Wiisnol Proviso f.>r N<*w
their Conbtiiutioris making special inferences j the Union. HtjHilicd. Thut: the Delegates elected byearh 1 issured the passage of the Wilmot Proviso !i iivould imy l brt established by it. The ide i of its Mexico and Utah!: embracing nil the territory
luthat iiKttrnment' fuilherordinatiCes, were of the Districts I ) of the S'ate of Florida;:, ; bring about. J. The llicculire 1'ro- passage: quieting scllling, the Slavery coatro1versy recently acquired by the United States from
rerUed u'o ne .'dies anti thp'reroatorv.- With he exception ofthe States formed out be, and they ate hereby, recognized by thi F* I/TO recommended i 1.> the merest chimera. It will or en ::i Mexico. nit coatainsd iu the boundaries of
*Jhe; orditiat.ee of iTj7 dedared that, of the territoty No il'. Vct of t the Ohio and j Coim-nti-m a? Delegates) : of the whole! Sate.: by Ad/ninis.'rci'ion, promised new contest upon the Proviso at once. And |; Calif irnia.
"Thefolox\in] ailicles shall be considered alirady bound by the Ordinance of 17"3", the \\'hi i'hi was imiiium usy! atlriheil.On : to accomplish fur the Xorlh all that the:: \ every Northern man, most especially every I!! 4. The combination of these two last men-

o< articles cf compart between he oriyiual only instance (I bele: ) where Jongn-ss ne.glectod in ition oJ f I Dr.) (ii-org** F. Hiltz"!', \\Vtli7ti-t I'rociso would accomplish. Ii pro j Northern Whfc, who expects to be elected to;: [: tinned measures in the stoic bill.
States and the people and Slates in the s'tid to protect th- puljl'c d-ii'iain in a new Resohcd, That the Secretary of this meet.I t. nised to secure lh" aihni.-bion! of California; I, Congress will be required to declare himself]]t j 3. The establishment! of the western and
Territory and remain Slate the -fleets of Stale I in tavor: of piling a suppliraintary section j! northern boundary of Tens, and the exrlu.sion .
forever unaltcraltc u: (again?! ( sov 'ffi r.ly I ing iiiform the Ielt'ga't's. each, of lln-ir appointment |! lew Mexico, and Deseref, vithout assorting : -
unless! by coumon consent." upon the Federal right lo bold it in a State by letter, and that the proceedings I slavery ; the Proviso over hue Territories. The : from her jurisdiction of all New Mexico,
The Jonrtb article of'hat ordinance or compact l.r extra constitutional purposes) by an ordinance i. of this meptiui; be iiirwarded to (the several: \ mind t that l is all that the North desired. The J; Wiimot,' instead of being killed, will be rej with the grant lo Texaso{ a pecuniary qtivalent. -

provided, among other things tlmt, of rehioqiiishinti< prior to toadmi'tin 1 har pa p'ru of this Slate, for publication.Jul Vjlni'-t Proviso was intended lo shut! out the I j ,vi n tird ; new vigor and new I fe will be in- ; And the section for that purpose lo b*
''1ie L jihlaiurt? of those district" or note into the Union. lnppen in the case of ArkatiMtp. :. e A. L. %VooJ tsa id. being loii.lly eat edon I Southern people from the new Territory.- \ filled into it by the pissage of thin Omnibus incorporated in the bill admitting California

Satcf.: shrill nfrcr intc'fcr with the jtt xiary Without an initiative act of Congress 1. ) to 'uldress I th, as embl>, respomled in a The Executive Proviso, if carried out, will I j bill. The mnichiieIot this we say is manifest ; and establishing territorial governments for
disposal of ike soil by the t'nited .ates in I' authorizing her ta form a ConMitt>tion brief a 1,1", nuil l eloquent nittccr, after which cost TheVhigs of the North will be fo-ced upon :, Utah' and New Mexico.i .
Cangrcjts aftcxbcd, nor with any ie ul.ttionCcn *n'd! Siate (lovernmenl, Aikansas; tmdeitoo'it i S (he COZIVC lit ion ad1nurniil.; ] : effectually, though in an underhand way, ;a position that Southern Whigs will I I be com- I j i G. More effectual enactments by law to secure
; ; ics* may find in'cesi-aiy for MTIJIJHJJ! the i act under bet own promptings! fotmed; her JESSE COK, Chairman. iccomplish the same purpose. This is nil I : polled to repudiate ; that they do now repudi i. the prompt delivery of persons bound to
title in s'trh ,.oil! toth bonafide puichiaers.v .-.-- Constitution!), executed an otdinnnce of relrn-, E.: 21. Kn.irji:. Secietary.Messrs. that the North wants. Moreover the Wilmo! j ate. 'I'he'hig paftv will! thus be clove asunder ( service or labor in the Si ite, under the laws
; ) tar shall! be itnposrd on land, tht! property q'lif'hm'nt' fcubmiled both to Congiess; and asked I|Proviso had become( intensely hateful to the i iSouth. or. a vital question. And no other consequence I. : thereof who escape into another State.
of ihc United .SV iC4f, and in no ca\e shall nonrchiJcnt ; dmit'atice into I lh Union. Congress ac Foote and Benton. I[ There was danger of a Dissolution) ] can come of it but defeat through-1 1 Amid 7. Abstaining (from abolishing slavery ;
proprietors bet/ired higher than rrtiJuils. cej.ifd In r Constitution, but rejected her ordinance i. The following fur and impailul comment of out the entire South.! Does not every body j jee but. under a heavy penalty, prohibiting the
_ The :.a'ialie: waters !leadinjr into the (as not con'orming to i hose of i lit other t are made by the Uultitnore Clipper, (whig,) Union, in case il should be enacted.- < > this ? It is what becomes inevitable afj j slave trade in the District of Columbia..Mr. .
"Wssii'ipii| and St. Lawrence, and the carry Stai-) and arJmitted, hertinto: the Unii-n upon acondition. in te.'erence lo the l she ro-.v ;Ij: the Senate : Hence, the antislaveryVhuis of the Norih | ten the passage of the Omnibus bill. South1ern i CLEMENS next addressed the Seaale. -
lug places' iielueeti the same, shall! be C'.m- It will be said, that so fur us cot I. \Ve iiavi read very attentively( the report were very willing to forego the Wilmot for the i j "V hins owe it to the party, to themselves, At the Ht-pirter's desk the first sen-
mon highways and forever free as well lo the cents toe necessity cf an ordinance prior loadmmii'ti. 2- of Ihc proceedings i which led to I lie. violation'ofdecoium Executive Proviso, when it was seen that: the: to the A'lrr.inis'rntion! lo prevent II ny liming ol t i ience or two were wholly inaudible-. lIe
inhabitants <.!*(ihe tuid territoiy, as to the citizens it is a precedent in point forCalifor.nia :, in the Senate, and our deliberate J latter xvnulil give t them all that could the sort. It is in their power I lo prevent ii. t then proceeded as follows :
ol the United; States and lho e of any oh-! and it undoubtedly N ; but whether a pre.cedeiit conviction is, that M. li-nton was the acgresfcor. ;- they They have only to occupy the truly national 1! The) honorable senator from North Carolina
cr Stale that may, be admitted into the c n.federacy which violated all preccJentF, is a sife:: Mr. Foote was addressin,>T the Senate, '. idt. It was, moreover, supposed t hat t the position ofil.e President, to steer clear of I this [Mr. MAXCUM: : ] has asked us for whaf purpose
without any tax, duty, vr impost piece therefor." I this let us see what was done, and whether it. language is evident from t the fact, President, would excise less indignation in the Omnibus bill, and stand by the President's polj] j sir ; I do not. I voted for it. il is true because -
I flat ordinauc- per sc was quto: as effect, \va so done as to ave the n ttIt5 and title ol I hat |Iue was not called: I I to order by I ihe Vice South than the oilier : a .supposition which j icy, and I* e Whig party becomes a national every one with whom I have been inj
;r* nt any new compact of re1itq'lani.ut the United Stales to the public domain.Th : President' whose deteiminaiioii: to preserve or. party, standing on a sound plattotin on the j the habit of acting chose to vote for it, and I
has been verified while
could IHVC made it. and conpifd with the po which Congrets IO'SeS.d to withhold! iu June !.">, HJJO, enacts, that the Slate ifAr- lo the Senate, and his .'echuation' : unanimous, has dared lo advocate the Wilmot Proviso, one which can be defended North and Souih. j I no expectation that it would result in any
absent to the admissiun ofa State, until the kansas shall be one, and hereby declared toIf I ly ordeied on the records. \Vh.Ut. Mr. Foote the Sentinel does not hesitate to defend the It may require some boldness in Southern thing. I expected ii would result! as il has
public domain within its limits urre disposed I Iif one, of the Uniicd State* of Amiriea, and was thus speaking, .1 r. Uc-nlun left liU seat Executive PiovJso.Alachua. Whigs, at the outset, to assun? this puilion. resulted. I luau no hope that the committee
( left hc means of security of I tint domain admitted info the. Union vjxm an Cfjual footing and approached him in a h.slile manner, wilh But surtfy not much." t would give q.iiet: to the country. But i it
complete. Hut llir treaty of f 1 IbOTJ( brought a tciih lte original 8 alcs in ail rrspcds what. he loani.'esl intention lo :mak a personal as- Moving1.Ry seems tome UMI a charge has come overtha
large; additionnl territory into the Cnion. 1 to ever." sault upon him. This was the flu st breach of the proceedings jmblished in another The Florida Indians. spirit nf ihe dream of tIme honorahlo! senator
which the ordinance ol 17-3 did not applv ; The Bih section enacts, thit the said State older ; and Mr. I'enton nuy bluster and talk column, it will be seen that the Democrats! We call attention t.> the letter of our Tarn- I Irmi North Carolina. At one lime I heard

and hence, when LouiMaim applied to be admitted of Atkiinsas is Admitted into the Union upon as much as he pleases)! about rotting in jail of Alachua have appointed delegates! to the pa correspondent. seem that the hopes that senator speak of the plan of' the sena
in 1911 I objections were raised that a t the czjirrss condition that the people of ihe said sooner than acknowledge |Iui is error, but pub- State Convention and also which we sometime since very conti lent ly tor from Kentucky in language quite as strong
v.It poilion of the public domain within Slate sh'ilt tteter interfere with the lie sentiment will nominated; a can.didatc .
hr primari/ neveithcless condemn him of as I employed; ; ar.d now, what is this report but
limits rennined unsold, and that ifsh watt ad- disposal of the public lands within the. said as the aggressor, if it does not pronounce that, for the Legislatme. They present a expressed, an early removal of the suvaes I lie resolutions of t ihc .senator from Kentucky ?
mil tod until it was disposed of, it was mon> Mate, nor shall thry 1Tta tax on any of the.Imidi for his misconduct he should I be expelled from counr.e! ridable' example. of promptness; zeal and are doomed to disappointment. The Indians Where i is the material variation ? Where isj
than doubtful if the U. Slates could hio!d it of the Uniicd Stales within the sail the Senate. Thus menaced, what was lo Mr. tuimanitnilv., They have nominated a Merling are still at their old tricks. Again they j the solitary diif-rence between this report ami
lortpev. To tn'-et the wMies of the people of .V/o-.V." Foote. to do ? Uneq-ial I in physical sttenght t lo and popular Democrat of whose have proved false to their engagements. The what we should expect abler the speech ofiho
Louisiana, and, at the fame time, save the I know of no instance in the legMation of Mr. Hcnton, and enfeebled by sickness, he there success Officers of the Government, it seems, have honorable: sea itir from Kentucky I Sir, the
rights of the United States within her )bordem, Congress, upon a mailer of great irnpottance, would! not engage in rough and tumble" can be no doubt, if the Democrats do been senator fro-n Kentucky has been consstent.;
the eiprdient -.vas deviled oxacting a f*>m. p.4) latally j'j'ine and incautious as this ; for it fight with any expectation of success. Was their duty.Gj thoroughly befooled.! Thit, however, He ha$ kept to his plan. He has abided l by
/tic/ f rd'mqvhlamti, both uf title! to the is moM obvious from this Pth sertion, that the he lo run, and tins be come an object of ruli- : Th (;Jen. TVVICGS has been at all rumisi ii: the it. And those of us who denounced if then,
lat'ds and of a right to tax them ubile: (they Congress of 16IJG; concurred fully and exactly cule ? He had been previously warned ilrilMr. : 5 following notice appears in the discharge of his duty we do not believe. and who; Come forward and support it now,
remained unw.ld, and acrordingly the art of in 1hjt opinion f all the Congresses which J Uenton would seize an oecasion lo attack Wakulla! Times : We suspect that ho has been hampered and are not consistent. We are giving the lie w
Congress of t )?ei. i0! 1811, authorizing the preceded it, that the con&litutional effect of him, And prudently provided himself with the Democ aiic Meeting.-The Democratic cit controled by instructions from the declarations we then ,mad:* ; and in that
people of that (cit(tory to faint a Conktitutinnwri miking Aikansas a sovereign Slate and ie. means of protecting his person. Seeing the izens of Wakulla county are lequested to Washington.We term I do not mean anything but what is per-
State (lov dent rendition, and t-f fore the. State of /x>umana. fective guard against the conseq..ences.) would a pistol as the safest, and pcihaps only means Monday, the J7lh instant, (Court Day,) for opinion of the course of the general Government lo that plan, if we come forward
z.u.'d b? admitted into thr. JJnwn, that her be to $invest her with the title to all the public ofdelencc. It is to lie regretted that a member the purpose of appointing delegates to the particularly of the Secretary of War, now and support; it, we are not consistent.We .
Cozwation,: should firovido by an Ordinance domain with her limits not hnidcn for forts, of the Senate should be compelled) by the Stale Convention, lo lie held al Suwannee Mr. Crawford, sinco the Indian outbraek of
Yu'ee's remarks in full
irrevocable without ike contcut cf? the Vni'ed magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and other throats ofa fellow member, to curry a deadly Springs, on I the 31 Monday; in June next, lo last We need give :
Slates," n t to inieifere with the primary dH. needful building" This was obviously the weajion about his person : and mote to, thai nominate a candidate for Representative to summer. not repeat what we Mr. YIJLEE.( I <''o nut rise fo discus* tba
potal f tho lands of the United States nor to opinion of Congress, but how j3 it protect the he should have occasion to use it for his pro. [ Congress, at the next election. have so often said. We do not doubt that argument of the report of the committee, but
tKX them miil the time had been disposed United Stales against that rCVct of admission? lection on the floor, nml in the presence of the i -. ii i had time volunteers of ihe State been received to express mv! opinion of the plan they pre.
ic,." The Louielann Convention pi formed /ya cor.dtiinn which vas annulled and destroyed assembled Senate. Hut there is no nun poss- SIR JOHN FHAM LIX.-The bill, providing into the service Government, and General sented. I think it is due to candor, and lo the

lte eotiitnns.; executed (h h j ordinance or in, tine very instant when the act of Congress essed of proper spirit who would nubrnit to be for an expedition from New York in search of Twiccs been thus supplied with for constituents I repres-nt, remote as they art
c-.rct; f r-linquitWewl, ttd lien th j State containing it tool- eject f Before Arkansas beaten by a more powerful opponent, when this lost navigator, has passed the U. S. Sen.ate. Indian men filed from the place! In which I am called upon tQ
oJ t LI&j1i'4 M'8t? adraiued into the Union.- had accepi&l tJi& condition! before slic even he coulJ pro'ect himself. 'tVo\ Iruncut the oc.currenco an campaign, the savages would have act upon this important subject, likely from indications
Similar ruinau-es or corcpacts: ofrclinquihl;. Liieio of its existenceAc act of Ctwgress had as lending to bring the Senate into been intimidated! or dtiven to removal. Another to be pressed ta a, decision in some
i *ul were etacted of JWssuMppi by the (tfCin rcrogaized her as a Stale and received her into dNrepulc ; but xve honestly lliink, that the Cuo.-'I'hue crop are backward. The course was purwd, and they are still what of hot haste: not to lose a moment in declaring
; rf8tof Alarcb 1, If 17, otborizio her tic Union True, the A i Kansas ConvenIIOH weight of public censure thouKI fall on Mr. nights are cold, and highly favorable: lo the within our borders, for their information, as well as fof
la ((firm i CorMiUdion >ud Slate (iuvernment ; might ifii jrwt/ti, have fulfill d the con. neiiton, v\ho appears Iu bo disposed] f lo cudgel luvages of cutworm. The ofa the information of the Senate, that the rn-as-
prospect largo the
cf Alubtmt.) by ihe *cl ofCongixsiof March diLlOn by exocuun j an ordinance of relinquish- Senators in obetJiciico to his commands. i is ( Ojrcorrespon-lent suggest importance tires of !legislation proposed by the :tmnItteo:
t crop by no means Uttering, of holding meetings, w diTroat( cjjn'icj' to I for tho a-ijtutnrnt of the peuJing' issues i cini:


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)13n: m% 7I ('F Vflt('. rue IflS re.V HTthe delivery ffugitive slavos. but such as ings of ihc Whigs in the separate" counties Slate, they will) I hi siUheJbanrmclepezulemiz llesolrc(1, Tb'it tve rorJially apprcvc the Ofl1TLTt. .

rte ale "" jflIbldIII.'fll j will he mstained by'h public sentiments of to express their preferences for a suitable Tribe oflr.dlans j in their mrKt:! which'to} t "ure .ur.tpd, by "tir Defe. ntion in Cortcrf s Dirt!, m the 8th ins!., at sea, on board tlwfrhooner .

r;al 1irrn: fih V'fl t4l vlI) tfl. ,l.e fro: StatesVhnt tnch a law wniM! candidate fur Representative in Congre." will' prove an imneiM .;! *. yi< >:_:\ reei't.tcrItir [ H1t'm t this qiri'ftron, and rsp'-riaHr*' ca r.v V/ra. R. Pclte, bfiind trcn New .

1 tfl1 ,.'1sIWt 1 4* i. iqr 1,,c % ..'.th. may *.'. es'ttnatcd by ail who l 1nv We take the following!! from the Gazette ol runaway slaves .iutl! r.-.". fr urn jus:;Ice- i'uj iiidept'tidettt [> sitioi: taken by mr Senstors. < :lesn7 t:: S. M.irks, Co-! WILLIAM VVJITTT

I..', v I Clii I in* 1. -- ---- *fl.! : a den oj: dkgracelul immorality: peopled uith { r iixinr yean a "siJnt of this City, i.i tta .
I b hi.9u J.uij j U-fan" ihci kit i the ;pi'I.lie 'n'iirrnt: of the tree Sate, i is= May 4th : murderers .
Kc'MMiie ustts1t1. robber liar
'u-i I Thnt ):% : *, thieves, On mr.n the! Chair npppoint"d, 633 year cf Us ogr.Col. .

there has ..MM-n fir'' and hinri tili : (Ieidd1y: in opposiiif.n to the d >!irey: of the Our O tolcr Elfctiont.-It rern to be and drunkards ; d-urnons loathsome in best! Messrs. I 15.; M. Dell, S tin!. Kn'srl.! Sam! !. 'Vt,. w us born in the S.'afo rf -.1lT7. 4

jpe i fir me rud for all! ther* t 0 form a jrilp.nl tffiIz.f.I R. And to the slave too, i is to be f- agreed llmt there fchall be no state Convention alily, licentior-nsne s, and crim", who will ( eirr, J. M. Sptrkman a n.U Jno. Parson land, and eniigratrd to the City of Persooa!

in retpecl to ils roeiils. Jh own jiidaias cured a trial of his iiI.t to fteedotn, by n jurof \ of the whig party.' This i\ rihit ; btit how prowl in secret min; their probity and lives .V Committee lo inform Mr. Slandley of bunomination. nbni! tli? tlci" of the cc<3-.:on of KIorM* Bj*

rrllt( | been long determined deliberately me we d-terniin1 who shall be ihe candidate stimulated by their naJurul fernery their na- : Spain to the United StaJ 'a, anti on the !locili -

:and;) flttt decidedly against it. Sir, without the very abolitionists] whose principles utterly ofth pirty lor Congress ? This i* a qiostionwhMi live hate, aril I local antipathic* ; but more On motion it was arerd that th** proceed- I >a of the Territorial Government at tLi; '

zrtFPaSfl r!? no-vv U/HI tho Senate wilb an* repudiate the right of property of tlo mas.j in some way or other, the party should es| "ciilly by their renewed he.njrer, de rad.i.li.ni i ingsoflhis meeting I together with the Resolution place, he wr s nfla Em.) tjfirst: roneew 1

jclie- ol its details I will read what seemed j terto his negro decide no iohvidual or mere set of men. ran and th j hop of gratifying fherr revengr I b sent lo the respective Democratic Th) poiwtratetl the< then wWcrr.f of MUile Florida. _

tome a 'Cry tit' and conrpreherurve view olin i !Massarn! 'rtts speaks more boldly, but we proper'v' decide it. I It is n q-r"Mion not of fitne fir old or new aggressions upon their righs.by !pap-jrs ihrou:hniit the Stale tur puutihiruttion.JAS. ftn.i !IBt the first cnVn KI the site or th.- rrcstnt -

valc*, prnceeditrj from a northern tourcc 's ,tnerelv but of availahiIit; also.Ve the whites. A. PEDEN, Chairmm. City of Tallahassee. I Ie wu: shortly aft doubt whether fche will act othetwise than nenubeiof tIme! Trrritorial Ix-pi-sJaLve (x sneil, ia
jtlle! time of IU 1ir.l i iiilro.Lirtion to the pub. hhoul.'l havesbel! t ilie people a r indidite; who Yours truly. "ILLIA'! DKLL) : ? h'ch' sitaatii ho MirvM for w-veral ',ears, with the, .

Jic. I Ii} '* a* an editorial from a journal of re. (he other Northern States. IVblic senti won!
.carkajie! and unusuul fuiniess. and lor thoJT.OS ment" in none of them, will permit the enforeement would fit him for our sole Representative in Meeting ia Alachua County.At Ho wait th.'n Lroit ht out by many i1 Usfncn3s '

pnn liberal and i-Mi .'rratiw tone, and cube solemn r.fthe) CoifiUtution Congress, with that unexceptionable fidelity! :i meeting of the Democrat of this 1'ioni fie Chtrle.ittrn Jlrreury.Haasachusetts a< the! cc.njper!*..r of thu tit* C't.t. .Towjvli JL .
guarantee : County held purs-janl! to not in- at| the Courthouse and 2Ir. "Webster.We White f.-r the *<-tr of lM.! 7atc in rhe C.>ngna; of tha
l 1.rge itifluenre.imni which would enable! i lh
\k-bicli i elrevtpossefenes a to wliig principles
to the South, touching this rn tthr.At .- in Newnansville United States and aIuouth unsuccvful in ttevirfMl
this 7ih of
With such, div May.IS.'H c" iy In-low, from rhe Boston Atlas of
imni >r'< ry it makes rijioii the i-cheme whole party to unite upon him. a | warmly contcuwl uinvas-t-K. he was ackn-1vdcui? tube

tncd to me quite jiiM ari'J uaUirul. I lnH *e!iica) opponent prompt anJ ready .

of ihe Souihetn will Booth- JAMES i A. I'CDKX( vac cahleti loth- p.rseJ the Miissuciu! with ant: cVar forcible writer and rn 15SS .
biie I hap wondtred ttiut the Norih Lvl not feelings people be may move 1 forward, I lo assured victory-with- Chair, and Col. U'M. Dn.L and Maj. J.\o. J. the comments of that These resolution! he was cit-cteil from the County tf Leon a menbcr of -i
., tc'iec adopted the 1)kt1! rm of the wuntor from ed, but no efficient remedy will IH piovided ovt, we can hope for nothing but defeat. Next, paper. *
SAXCIIEZ the St. Convintiui w Uich aJ( tlieConRtitntion -
appointed Secretaries.Tlip have Joseph's ptctl -
jent1Jcl. the very rrrc iu !:snce f its rt.pti. real however, to having a candidate presented who undergone various amendments since
for the evils of which they complain-no Chairman of this State. -
hating the :
tn tyt1iein Las increased my alarm Mt the is altogether unexceptionable-next to this in explained object 'i r. Webster's speech, and in their present In the war with; the SemlnoSe InJianc.CoJ. W. raiwl .

ttGt vliirh ibt unfriendly! disigt.s if that protection again*' the dangers which they fear. point of importance--is to have one' who ha-: nf the meeting to b ; lo nominal- Candid Ue truly fetociniis form, were whisked through and eoT.-nandod: a itnnpa.iy. anti afterward-? actstl a*

; eCtjflfl nju>t bare readied. The jnurnul loI born agreed: on by the great body of the whiff to represent lhi County in the next Stste Legislature the. Legislature by a nearly unanimous vote, ai.l to Genera! Arm;trons. of the T>nae 'e
California.We corjcede and lo select delegates to the Democratic afier it was known thai Mr. Webster was about le was at the bdtt'.e.i tf V"itlvlact>ch.c aol WuhouSanij _
'bitb I Lave alhided i is the Journal <4 l Con pnity. We f-lionM all Le willing to -
intimated lat week! our opposition to Slate Convention. to i hem visit. him and in other bltuations, In which h>* rendered
each have his p-iy a They inert on I
I2ree, in New York. The ntruct I will: something-we cannot own essential tervice.Col. .
the adnii ftion of California, (as she now pre- i On motion of Maj. John Parsons, the ClnirapponileJa the threshold! aol plainly: denounce war on the
re1t ts. the jud,. w/ttt laVhich a northern wav. W. was emphatically a self-maJe man. Triravrain _
tjTd c&sx1. "tid u'iiich entirely cuneurred wiih .eiutu herself.) into the Union. We give today In this spirit then, a'ul with this view, we Comini'teof, ; two from each i reeinct positions he has taken. Moreover, his Sena-I i early liftnp.w his own resources, without the IK-CS-

whi brethren to make! suitable: selections of persons | tonal lerrn expires next March! it is said tint I fit of a lUx ral eiluai, lif st t>n learned to stnTyniankin1 '
that! which 1 IiHti f< i.nd. Tue editor say : a large portion ofthe argument against lake leave to FubjeM (to o-ir
F to fill said: filiations, nri'l to their ( Rri and few men po..st-sstd is better
j present j gs, a little nvino;vllabe! politician kcowltrtgoof
the tini'ved the stale I that $*t together in
ob We yesterdayfor fir it Mr. thronslout they jr
it taken letter
from the to which we have ali mia ruies to tljt meeting, viz who human nature. With a inre tluiu ordinary fuirtof
: is much like Webster of
Ciay sjieech iJirovgh, arid have seldom e.ijov. county meeting at such times as th"v may a2ree a. as a grain talents: with great energy of character, and a reso- I_ _
i luded, gned? Randolph of Roanoke. We Frimt Ncirna'isvfHe. Ceo.V.
*' Sanchez, sand is like a granite mountain; will !iE chosen .
J u richer repast. on, to express, their pref retices for a suitable lation nf jnrpo.* to accomplish! whatw'-r ho nntler-
;, )ju'r f om compHmentfi) to the disJinjruishcdr can not too urgently] press it upon the alien- candidate for Representative in Congres i Thomas: Pile*. in his Mead. IJri gs in place of Webster t< ok-th.-re were few nun lictvr qnallried to-make a

of reader Fort lIar1cc.-S\'tc! A. Sparkman, \' aridity the deliberate choice ofMasichus! lion LDt
trnich I will i't J for such ofFer- our not its length, < r
: aUU, rea -- prevent 5.
C. Allen.7c.vc There could bs paired, he. however ab.ujdnpd: poiitw.il life, arid settled _
inge loo fn* ]irc t.t to be interesting to him- any one from going over it again arid I4tt t it not bo thought that in this sugn stion Santa Fee. J. W. John that not a more impressive proof a sugar piauution ia Soutli Flonda, where thoaa
Sparkrnan t is
disease that
t l,8 jirticJe;; proc<-ods : again. Let him then whether the con there is any thing intended, injnrions or prejudicial ribmoaru. anti-slavery a produceth traits of character were manifested ia hU agrktJtaral -
bay Spa of time
! If the Smith will accept bis; compromise, ] to our present Representative. Far r.ulrsuit.i. lie was, jn.-rl.aps the most suecemfnlcnjar t _
siderations therein presented, are not overwhelmingly Port CVflr.e.-\V. I). Eubarks, James M. in }Florida rralir in a .
lie N'orth fliould not hesitate a moment. TheNonb from it. We nu' pure hue would not desire tnbe TilE VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS.We planter ;r more, projorticrt
Secrest. to the labor pd, than of hi is >ichbor .
kernel conclusive. Our sutaciburs will candidate if he could not unite the whig } below em ploy any m
thP ihe the ih' resolve
sa'U8 thing: iu jht- u [puluhi.i; concerning
Mi .__R. S. : E. II.Prevail. But the insidioas dlvaMJ whi-h hal been for seTeral _
ciclosianof tilav.'ry from the new Territories do well lo preserve tap.. paper for ivfeience.j party u'.t him ; nnJ }h' cannot fail to know canopy. Sioughton, si hvery, which I lave been p.tsrd by the Leg years lurking in hs system, as-sge c.dvan--ed, began to _

.-3.nd eativeli f7i id to let ihe Sutrth have j whenever the matter is brought up, as these tliat; the best way to do this, is lo Lc the chosen islature of this Cornmonweaiih. Several assume a more Uireatt-nlnjr! uttitu.lf and a: the solicitation .

ihf cWl. let 1e iibeial io the South when candidate of i lie party." Mount Pcarau1..mLtJreV Robb, George \vj cs! ago (ihe series rassod ?he II.>use of Rep.resentatives of his friends, he vi3te-l: Ti'ew Orleans! with
argumenU may not be ag.iin repeated in our -'It fri ch.Fori scarcely a faint! hopeof ct>dtn; >n<; -lifcf frmn'i the
t>o crmce of principle is iuvolved. columns. The Mariana Whig thinks the suggestion Clark.-Samuel Geiger, Cornelius I wiih only f-mr di-ser.irrg voices, medical skill of that eity. Even tl b le-pi 5 lie soon

Sir, Jam isoi willing u content myself] with of the G'tzelfr, relative to th selection! of a I Rain. and ihes were fi tensibly given, because the abandoned, and determined to rctarr. to TaiULnshtr,

; the gaeU." I cluiw for my Suite: small The letter: cndj with tao following, con-, resolves were imit strong enmrgh, or on account t'> die among his old friends, which, however, wa* not
Whig candidate for Congress, "worthy of This Committee having retired!, nr; motion iitUil. He buried here last Sat itrjay
ajtliei i. a share-though it l.ea email thare, ; elusion : of sone particular! phraseology. The resolves per was ,from
*. consideration." I Iut its individual opinion of Genl. Russell! a Committee of six was a p. the hotel he built and! his mortal remakes were Mlo'.v.d -
: f'jU a share nf tie lrrnef. Toconcltide If California? isnJmitled were s"nt to the Senate, bro they were de-
i n 02CI pointed; to resolutions nf to the sratv k'uearly every one hf hU od! fel .. ,
present ,
I can netRr conscMjt to Kptilement oillic I is, that a general Convention is the best expressive bared and amended, and passed: in their i
any i and as she iS, it trill be afiainsi the ununimtms very the views of this meeting, oa the question' t-f przc. low-settlers who rernaia anon the Uving _
rjaltei in issue tvl.icli excludes the Suutiifeaa ; rut form, by a vote of! 30 lo 4. Oa Saturday
wisher of tJic jicu}>k within Arr pre rut limit*, t mode of selecting a suitable: candidate, and Southern rights. Died rn Pi't C'-ant N'orth Carolina on the 2TttiAnnl t
a face upon tr-* Pacific e aairi, the an.eml- .
of tley. as icvx manifest securing entire unanimity i i': the pnrly. The following were appointed said uhinto. Jlr 3IARGARKT B. SPCIK, a-fd
jtatl ofthe ct.ast of Pacific ir which denies in th>* California/ Co'ii'enhiIfl, apa ntlkr witinim"us Committee persons ; niiMi's of the Senate were concurred in and ',:) veara. The d<-cea-"e
to 4) tinop| must o! her childxeu
: i arid crand cliilitrrii sic'.cj her ii. the frvin. hour nf
o'jlh nf t1j jfl*.ettdbiI4tJ! line CXANIMOUS VOTE. We ;iheref.re
)< curajtroaiite I are, ,
a* California embrace o'5,00l) () sqiwrc mi'ctf (
I her State limit ; at //w irnminel rixk of sacri.j has been he'd' from the beginning of the IJ. Cold'iig' :Esq. and IVler Spademan: E q. j justified in proclaiming" thmnh the "Voice OFi eta.1 !ren ar ri'snScntsui tiscitvonecf! : vvhota pa _

itout further c\1c diojj niy remarks. 1ny 1. j (if ins past redemption, the tcJitde paid regionand | re'eut Indian diiiicu'tres, lLtt: I lie force empned | On motion (at} (.4 ii. I 1)-'I I!t. :M.ij.i John Parsons i I. MASSACIII'-JCTTS. Men of all parlrt-s. voted fins h.ui'.le; | trit.ti-; t.. IHT ro'noiwI t.
jivhlic ; against | by the genenil: was ri"i- wa added lo th Comniittee.
LL.dy1 In tl e words of remonstrance Regular Meeting.j .
I (her Mifll'-ient: in numbers: nor of the proper | The Committee on KxaminaMnn: : having !
CitiejeKt ofnif red ii!(,ral Kt -aud I sa j ting under a .solemn sen e of Jity, have deliberately
} to avert lhee or any of these consequences, composition, to render it efficient-that with: returned and ihnn:h their Chairnnn Samuel j \ RF.rrL.\RMF.irilNio: : ; J !csPnLodse, t IIvotice.
ilii. a spirit f pr .ftation as well an caution I shall di'em it und repeatedly avowed their purpose r V. No. 1 l.xv.11 be h.-t.l Md-tnmr\ Hatl thm.I .
Congress ; necessary to return out such a force, after the open acts of war- Geiger, Iq.( ., made lln-ir report ; thereby | "V
-4. tl the Hit e committed by the !Indians in July last, prevention John R. Standlev as the Deniiicmt.
** rake due nnICC, and! tlicnwtlvea,
?' lj.vret.z. territories, or the admission at! new slave govern uccorJingljEt
with instructions to execute an ordinance: t.1 f the "over nnient would not be :able to dictate ic candidate, : f.ir I the General Assembly, arid uta-re.t the XV. M.
:Mz. tJOllLAXD. i took ai the suUlwictT States into the Union, and, for these enik, toapply
rolinq'iihhmeat: and lo reduce; her limits, t the the terms of removal, with: any prospect ot :Maj. M. S. Perry and Grit) James .-'.'. Pedirnas CHARLIE E. DYKE, ecretaiv.M .
It, at J tiat io the ixu ill which it it in practical mod", the principles
ubge whole matter can he accomplished in the I success, without war-that the measure ol d..Ii.attes! to the Stale Contention-:tit"nine every : 15, lS3a IdXS
: .r-fetied) tu the Senate aud i appeal to ere.jy | of the ordinance of 177 aU to seek the -
{ ; ;
of three months uiid in and t
i < July next :
pace I rcnruirilva benevolent intended t'i prolong mt.tioi received and unanimous : :
was on : >X Schooner Wni. R Ptttt.i tutTlJZH.
eue who irs me. to *:ny if there i is in am the usual and business j.li. lition of slavery mid the slate trade in the rPiIE -*
site/ore important \ I the independence of the I Indian; and protect ly concurred in. J. jii-it hr'ihit w rrosi JCei7lj Orteittis
one iiit>;wdti.t j suhmiltfd j in thai rcpott auyioj will I I have commenced California I District of Columbia! : and the withdrawal of .
Congress i'hem from preterit destruction, either I; h\ the Oa motion, Col. Wm. Dell, was appointed ) 20 BSUMess, Prime, mud Rurap :i'rT
( which' is in a< ord* Kte with itiitLith vjewi the antI influence oflhe General Gov. IlhTU
power fS'-lJ&FM Sides and loukter-
be admitted without from the I f G clear t
an objection
can operation oflhe sirprerne law of this Suie, or as alternate to G-Mil.; Pcden, and Thus. J.
the South iivlt hututd to present, her clause her eminent from the Mrpport of slavery, so far as 4 Torce cxtrc-u&f cured ttattsI .
South to anti-slavery ; enu- by the svord-1hat the Indians could not, intt.e Pr* vatl us alternate to M-IJ. IVrry. *
Ca-k C Hanli
: 2i:3* c ectre.3! vimninutusly that they are' and be received wiih the same may bo constitutionally: don ; air! inviiajft ;->
j (tars Itepre.sentsrives remote' tlegroe, be injured as individuals! The Committee on Rejnlutions tlicnprewnted D'J'.S rxfamik, Flour,
f w,0ttd to stand The is iu the' whereas the be'ore'
hy. proo.11iu important questions now
{ i privileged seats ad in'erim in both hou-e*, or a community, bv a j 1icy constantly? acted u through G i'nl. Russell I heir Chairman : 10 do St L' uis do il2rt I)
t first {ilaee, to a6nil Ctdik>rniu n>; a f State witi 1 the country, rmke! it desirable that these convicr -
wiih fnii allowance of f the diem and viieI ilo Cin. do doLnnf
i per Preamble and P.r ., ,
upon liar the laxl liii itcetti.rv,, t though apparent.| : the following uiuji ,
tt present IK. in-iai !.'*, Now, I appeal t< the with t the Jea t ions should be re-affiim : Therefore Suir. Brown Sugar; S 'crm Candle, ve .*
delay poss.bie
I age during > 11\' to their wishes which uhich read und molioa unaniiuuuslyadopted.
contrary are regu-1 were on 5ic
every s'tutl-ern teiuior if iherc it. thflPUthM1 1 California. Tiiii. llcsnlrfd, That the people of Masyichusetts: lor sale by
- { invenitIce to measureof laird cither by a want of u trite knowledge oi j BERRY & RmVLEr.Aiirffoneers .
the iif.]e South, Sln'e I earnestly insist the application, by Conurrs -
any rcpicMti'sfliN upon
will the .
considerate ii'irisiiiUon Ctni.itin MeteLstila.l&
remove and
their dict.tte.1 by in.iiviJuals! in the \% bare seen wiih profound
position or : ilIr.E.tSe
r, any indivi Jiui wi o has iiIraw i4ht1'efL, most f nniiJai! i ijtstrJt' which exi u lo i tin- interested in their Northern Section of our Union, *. ofthe ordinance of 1767, with ai! possrbiy i-a. 1.5o. l& It ..
the iJrs% LIK; mitt'JijiugiH1,.. that Ca!if'rniieh I I government, preventing re regret the I sanctions aunt solemnities of law, to time j
of the territorial the
sfttletnent ; question upon (n.IvuLl-aIftI, I that the Indians have r'liiiqiished adopt and pursue, ann urge a ;policy that .
uid t. admitted v.'ith ln r present houn'ialief. territorial possessions of the Union in all!! pails J
only basifcupon which it can ever be gitihictorilv ; !: the of the '
claim lands in Florida tjrstrsrtton to rights |
their threatens
lo by
any arid for all tune.1eso1red. I II clix months after lUfe wHation will bp made
If there }*;.s c ver l 1.enauystiich <* uf the continent, coming \
xpreiion s"ttlcJ : i mean the basis of ihe Missnari valid Indian Treaties V'c have 'hu-It l i-vili: sui". j
Southern ; mJ: Le-n Conaf
of opinion from uu t.oriuiiv* smirct. agreements as as any people. I Thai: the pnopla; of Massachusetts to tie H.>n. Ju'Ue Putt..te ror *
any Ovnpromise, forever excluding slavery of which i much sections oftra- lr !letter of dismission from the cstale nf Tht ro
can be, the execution u* an j! rifts these two great r tripped >r
; from a ii rcc tii.it can i 1w considered VHii.'! cherish ihi? Union with unah-itedattacbmrrnt : j ji '
and thai the ; tV dee-easod. 11 ol'swiH ( 'wr.
.V r./i oflhatme, prorlding ;ta'ci> obligation ii the government as of ihe Indians. 'ernal feeling aud assuming f fisitiun.s so !'*ar1j -
ll 4 it rcat IV M*ht ati. iejet-I: have ftCVl| i i that they wr.l i: srpport the Constitution ; that SAMUEL C. WHITE, Athainistratos.'S
to be.formed oaf of ike territory Houih! of thai I'Yoin the of I'ayne's landing to the j full aniagonixiical I that the Union, the ream !
fjear! treaty > the i inestim'ibu berrefifs, flotvinc Mac 13 1S" ID fim
it. 'il9 0.
&ir.this ot to ad. apjireriating >
; tejiort pr j line tihill be admitted into the Union with or the 1 Indians have repud'dted and Union is indeed in puril.- Yet ,,__ -_ --___ J1
gloiiotrs -
present j -| -- !- -
twit < *.!:!?ituia with her yreseat btmnduryiiug from it. they belief e it better K'r al; parties "
without slavejy. as the convention* farmingiJttir all their agreements, HS soon as the purple nhiie we freely and tearlessadvocite! ori with reference Private Boarding House. -
to exisirn
the whole Pacific c ast. ;and sections, any j
Mate ()Jonstitotion shall deciile. AnSiMtlemetit \ wianed: or uhich th.-y were mad -. Tl 1 e !i right? while we pledge o'rr lives, our fwriunes, evils to wait u.n.1 w-oijc palier !lly under ant! i rI" nN or twelve Gen'leioen r 1* be aoeoraodt'ed1 :jL
short of this will never receive the honor nuintaii theirj. Iar rrurtt'r4.af the resifje- ce f J bn R. Llojd.on .
Iron United; Stales occnpv ihe position ot! the we'ik- ; and our sacred to : ; ; ue i
Important Washington. the ConstiTiiti-m than to it
Suuih'e The numl through destroy ; j : Mnroe street, next h. nse to the store ocraptedl
absent. o ert : cruMi! that |
power nny and act to il lo tit la.it externity j consider the necessity truly occasioii -
er ;
The Correspo de4rt of j force it her, but at nrotl it will be a and decharam "
upon j tar the are now going into feummer1quartirs : such
f nwcc, writes as follows in relation to the bilrejwted ]' troops; sentiments iir cornm-m with overwhelming ma. ; r< .>ci. now utiocrttpted, lot a gentlrtruai
truce and nt a peace : she can no more Cnfl.< ,-having suflered neatly the whole |1 and while e utter these resiah lves ;-we trust ; of the nf their United Jtutes I .tud: im1v. or tw.id"! scnriemt-n.

I liy the cotaittee <>i" KJ : sent to the injustice, tin} : she could ii,r ''t the Kcason, best fur aiae opi'rilums, to wear ; that a love f.>r the Union will still j tiler ihe j joii jorhies b'it, in event[people they; nil! follow their nrincii; i !' ': l t I". 1. IS f

Mr. Yulee, Mr. Morton. Mr. Mason, IrIlttnter iudi iiiiy otTered or the lasting ditruct; with away-to wait f-.r orders \\hils? the governI of concord upon thedrstracied section* af j j any !
t deterred t threats of! disunion und Lard
pies, by no no Flour Bacon etc.
: Mr. ?eba tian, Mr. B rland, Mr. I wliii h it would brand her. ii isaru.i-/.in umiit I nient decide njMin a supposed Indian jdace of! restore i ih'rn lo their pristine feoci.tl und iraternui ,
t# is alarming to witness the. shrinking rekue.r fear *.fcnu.'queimces.! : j TT rccf-ived Irom New Oi leans, per schooner Vf.R .
Mr. Denial, Mr. Jffrsot i Davis. i settlement, which is intended! to give them ; integrity. Jlesitlrt-d, That time integrity and ., Petles,
permanence -
and, at least, two others. ( tijukti; < ]bvtn otnore tr.nce niattifefeled by hoiae ofthe best i ;uutrioUinno j precisely what they forfeited by their acts of j 'J'Itrrcforc rm'.colrid, That aMro-rgh wo yield of American the Pacific Ocenn ;
wnver on FJoiir-OIo aiitl St. L.OIIIV,
Soutliero men, will never go for thi i ) the free States, to adopt a basis of adjust.tiMMit July, and what they have repeatedly! other- to no section or party in our devotion to. tiui' i of and wealth.lha ;
,the increase our commerce Zieims Sudt :i mimI souders,
t 1l which liroiht, heitliu and peace Jo thoco'rnry. j I vi <- sold, and have been paid for.over and over Union vet w *'hod! it only dear us hcqtieiith ]
j ; foui Ins inum and the
extension ; ,
I *; iois cause [ Ltvd, MoIsscs: ;suJ Siinr.
tne] these l <'on picuoiis and du'in niKLeii a- 1 with I IIsnotify
2 e 2eriomeu arc 4'tflTflClhi again, as a naVm or tribe. How long will lo us by our [ForefathiTj.. that ii. Union freedom this continent '
lit. hurnan .
on require For -ale by J. M- U'lLLIAitS.Notice.
California *balt oat cotiu into the 1 Luioial n j I monjj thKC is the woiiliy and accuijiiisijcl| the people permit themselves to be guiied by -and when that equality is invaded j jI the imrnejiute adtuission of California into M.%v II. 1 1-"'. z

|)ieentl, at ietta with her pr ftrt i <>tntdt.. | (Jen. < 'H M*, who has heretei-lorc displayed his rita! udiuiniMraiion of the government alihe ;I and subxcrted, we tel compelled: to calculate this Union, with her Constrtntimi. ,

k fie*. Ira* taatiy authcrn m *n in the Houwg R 1 j revere, c (or both. the, Constitution! and the averse to this State and the United tats ? ; ihe value of I this ) reference
j ithojtt to
.4 I I w uny qtfsriou or mfltzsure
) K aiost the *cbei
the i Issudar' (*kifiirnia! ther e i equal constitutional rights of the South in the permit the govemment (Pit ihe United States rnfasmci to preserve and protect our wh'ilever.Reso1 r\. .he late DJVIS Pnoldu'U' i feenr theo, ds..
ceded and the and I red. That the ntinients ofthe peo. arresled and those incirbteci to the :ndvtH *
are oilier of ectiou* which Hie Southern mei n I Territory, manly iriuniph- to be gulled by the trickery and deception ol i constitniron.il and seelional: rights.llcwlre'l iy ; szatc-
reliance he made to the \Vihuot I'roviso. pe! of? Massachusetts a< expressed ru their lit. please make pajmeut lo rl.2 s-bicii'jeis. itCLarlsstoa.S .
callncg a'esrn. Mr. IeIriet stated oze ij, | ant the hero of I'unta Rosa of Indian Key and 'I'eat the interfeieucc nf Conjress C. .
these ibjfcitotre u wit, that the ,. ] admit freely thai he puls bis objections gal enartiiitMit, in relation lo the uulrverrng i -
tod'y ream Chol.o Nikla ? How long will the people wish llse Irehim ii?limit of domestic Slavery F.C.Pk10T7)r
gUv-u fur th" flrn.ai1$1iol j f fa nftrictiof 14 I i high: ground* in denying! the power ofj of Florida, allow ll.erny-hes lobe gulled by ut,ere it exists would be unconstitutional and up of fugitive sla cs, remain unchanged! ; a ott. T. C. PRiLEMI.seatcrs..

lrf.f in Ne v.- *J iiiNi am! Utah were oa j I Corigieks to establish the ime of tlie Missouri 1 I II j the ineiTrcicnt action c.fthe one, and the nrcvnrication I tantamount t( a diaouiun! : of this confedcra.cy. inasmuch as the legislation necessary to yiveeffi'ct : by It 1S3t). IH fit
to t the cl.iiiso oi'ihe Con t ii ii''IlU, rel.iting t I i
and if it }
character Jinl likely to conciliate tin( Compromise t were an oriylnit quei '
very and falsehood
i of t the uth tr ? \MET into the enclc Mire of the urucer4Ign' --
- &*uiii. ItQS a niorLery of hold it be the
that itWHmot \ \ Controversies momentous constitutioml Congress we to duty ofj .1i2i. MARK about S ve.tr3 bid. and 5J fttt'i
proviso wa merely the Iniiians iir the State v.ith of Colombia would le unjustitiiible -
agaill mme the I PUtrict
that Lojy to puss such laws only, I in! regard hizt. h ovner can take her away by prutiiij
derauiie where neither will
becaiih'f. anJy
1l was an abstraction, and questions, party yield concession fur the of and in violalion
slight I recent the Congress
outrages committed on part anj charts.

will 1 be
thereto sustained
t as I by t the public senliment property pavm'
.! vc;t there, and <'iil not ;t there is no umpire to decide, must end in by them, prevail with few exceptions mat time rights of l!tie inlialdtants thereof; said, h ofthe.t free States, wh re such laws are- MARTHTRIPLETT..

liw ticv cst; theie. The svciid wa stiilicld jj 1 ; compromise or disunion ; und compromise universally among the troop* in Florid, and District having bft-n, cede.l by Virgin! und i Monlrcello! Mav II 1>30. IS St '
be amid
enfuced wliiuh! shall
to ,
especially st.
over again they an it is but i reasonable to expert that; UHMK will :Maryland t: : as a Seat tit!'Government I )
all! whose surrender bi
tuft satisfied with the f which the rnot t !| cure to persons, may Medicines, Toilet Articles, dtc,
igitive 'ave hill. a principle urgent political be more or !Iu.ss practically reflected, and United State: *, with the Institution of Slavery ilaimirtl from labor and
as hating escaped
A teJefciabie] derpalch to the Tribune, da. twceEity has eugrafie.il upon the coris'ituiion. have ui n fleet upon the final determination of I exiting therein.Rrsulccd .ert ico in other States the rjht: ; of having the | SASH & TAYLOR
ail I l
tad M, y 9), (he <2av after the diRcussion. com e binding upon men and ik'inauding implicit the government, ifa resort to forca i>haJ! |hate That! tho infringement of tli validity;( of such rl-iim J'r e.luecl hyajiujr lu j tr--; L>i tL> rriItiiuuiiy inform tfcerftViiMu
observance. Can any just' rnu.ii say, that after found be lor the m of lujji !* anJ the public, that the
nlliiuatcly: lo unavoidable to ffl'jct tuam zt'mty, capture the Sate: where such claim is made. I ; -
foniong (ivhicli contained ia our paper, ) the North has infiiM-d into the Convliuitiun' a their removal. I 5\ Slate Legi lilive enactment.: Lnnd t.2: have jn I live s.iVfs! > Required, Thai the people of Massachusetts, -

I j princijtle. of territorial partitions I wliicli has It is contended that the} people of Florida unJiit violative of good fellowship between in I the majntainanct-of these, their well kuotrn Soap,4 d.;ronsisiin., .3 \vhn-li.ol" !Meiicinea aci.kd! tt>, their Perfamsryj liTtneviluck. .

I *lr. Cay tays he re nrds the Iemontri 1. already despoiled the Houtli til' its rights oli do not care whether the Indians are removed ihe members of In is confederacy.ItcKMrfd ;and invir.cil! principles, expect thai all their | nor LutiC: sluice recnv.'d, rn.iki-a; thrir assaitfiiitnr

tioQs lit the Senate ycWerday ai indicative
an the that stan- territories, and utter thetcpoliuiions: Yards ArocnaKs! and j do not wiv,! to purc'mc Mei'ii'ine! can call and ex-
cppotuion to ( Yards ,
'nniprnmiKe cami*It has been fully]) maintained and sustained Dork Navy them, at ali times, on alt occasion:, and unJer mine suck of *

te crprcom For himself he *ay
U desire to leii.i and tvilj follotv) j execution, ihat tIe, North can now rigtfolly or time lurch and be applied! lo this
: cheefuily antasn v I prC'Cmincntlyd'sirc t the I Indians t lo I be re- would! light That his Eicellency the Govern

who can oflVr a pan! for ll.n wulenici'f j, I honorably aiiolili the power uhich in 1920 rnoxed-and war is desirable only to accomplish our fair Tempi of Liberty. or be requested to transmit a copy of these Cradles, &c.

the great question 121)V j roJuciujjso muccjdicsieiit jjjfche insisted that the lonsti'ution contained, thi! inject, u hen all peaceable! means llcs'tlctd, That hiuit< rights ofthcse Sovrcign resolutions to each of the Senators and Representatives 1 DOZEN SUPERIOR GRAI.% CP.ADLES'

: and jieril.Sois and 1-rejiing vhui *Ac/i jd"jniv the South of have failed.To State is a Democratic) Republican pincipl MavachuselU tu thi Congress .1 Rei; I[. < '.<. ,
all benefit of her own rule of partition ? Jive Slates of his Scythe llnndleo: an-! Scythe Sone.
lest the whether this is excliiding the Southe n t
< in tlmlr q'iPs'ion as to |
I -ail United States.
( oflhe
$per.ont uncertainty as I t 1< inch Ma lh other} (;ien.
us one thing or < Cai s restorethe
: ihe benefit ofthe territories
*? e futuie, will: pcilmjis notice with feelh' s t the expression of individual opinion, confined) confederacy irom Upon these resolutions Massachusetts phntsherself. PS and Saw ?lil7itte -
; South to her of tetllement,
right in i ihearrient to a Jew located directly upon the I Indian ofthe common proji ily of the United States.is : She asks for nothing hat justice, nor \ and narrow bar Siveit Ir. ,
ofre rel, jbc nrotjMid of the failure uf Mi. slate domains of what are now the O-vrm Steel, V ,iU. ? Hallow Ware
lines, or lo tlm whole Stale, it U recommended violalive of that principle ; said territories which bho has not a clear constitutional it : < ffpavy ,
<'Jay] '* uclienie. We confets tb'tt we hare Siate .f Iowa arid the Territories of Oiegon, the wisdom blood! tor PU ition Hind ilills. &r"c.. -
nfeeJing. o to the people ofthe several precincts tho'. being acquired by joint 'Ihe sentiments of the resolutions are
ri"ht. For sale bv tCi>. H. MECINNSS.M4y .
tit4Cl) \Ve are by oo mean crlai 11 NebraKkr, Minnesota, and the whole Northwestern out the State to elect two delegates from euehi I and t treasure cf the States,should bo equal deeply graven in the hearts .f our people a 4. IVjO. 17 4w

(hat even disutiioii li&cli; i not preff rable tfiich 11 territory, or enforce in her favor now lo meet in convention, at the county sites re- I ly ei'jojetl by all, and any other hue <>fc 'n- people who venerate the Constitution, and

the same line of partition t tliiough the new Kpectively, on the 10th day of Join; next, to duct persisted in by the majority in Congress, whose love for I the Union and t the independence \V. G. M. DAVIS,

1ny pjetendod coni, $| roiniie. At an>: : Territories, uhich despoiled! her right in thee lake into consideration (he subject of t lit** removal will have a tendency to aljrogate the political of these Slates. is rsasMron and pure now ATTOKXBY AT! LAW,

tales we imagine the eo.3e of Florida ar H\S
iii: ; to take the chances of tomethin} fT is to deprive tho MMith of 75 per centum ofthenholc proceeding* of 1 the respective county convcn. of Mibmissi0"! nr disimioii.liesolretl in rli Tonrts: oi( tLe MiJJle! DUtikf.tnd 4 ,
e value oh the iotr south' of HO deg.l :3u J( Theft. 111 Fr.in lei in -.ir.J JacSv.-c Cuunfie
tiIie, (if anything can Le u.ore,) in (th e ce ) lions extend to the utlcranee. of the: public That we disapprove the course tteiapted Negro
Lue rriin., and the Ihrcutivc 1'roriso is to deprive opinion oi the county, oflheir wishes fully expressed oflhe present Administration in sending an Four of the crew oh tilt) ling Catharine Mary, March 9, 1-51. 0 .

ofornetilng better.r.tsachuzetts her ofthe rctidium tn'25jicreenltnn, it in plain and (heir williii tit/ss to sustain: the agent to influence lime inhabilants of Cziiilor.na of Boston, now lying at New.Port, were comrnittcsJ H. BRADFORD, <'-' '

that the exclusiorr of the South from the whole! government ol th, Smite, in iiny rneasiircg to funn a Constitution arid seek! admission to jail in this county last Saturday, on ArJ3oL'1v A-'t LW .

Ecsoluticns.in ill be hhsoltitc and total and alHhe .lare left charge aiding and abetting in an
u calculated to meet their ishes, (ijtfl ths; sub. us a State into (the Union, under existing a attump. Tahlahaet Florida.

tit-be time* when tfibri8 aie n ado J 0 her will be, that it was not accomplished ject-ihe proceedings lo be f
ciLet' llcaniiety of the South, the Kesoluiioi;Is thiotigh the ViIrnot Proriso.UANDULI'H ( overnur of ihe Slate fir the infornrttinn: of represented there, and the consequences (u> Robert Gamble! of this city. The conduct of .. :! 20. !ISSO. _.15_ -t ,

ofiLe M d 6acL lsetts Legtblature, pahH-d wil II ) OF KOANOKC. the Executive, the Representative timid Senators has since been shown) must ,necewarily have these sailors (whites) had been disorderly, arid Cotton Plantation for Sale. ,

tcely a wgilh ol Movements. in Congiess and, if rieccEsur/t ihe Gene been lo incorporate therewith the odious they were taken on suspicion of burl try ; but: 1lEsui-riber vCrs lors l.' his valuable PLAXT.VnO. -
arc ircttr Whig
r.c.'tl. nil Assembly, at {13 next sessiun.If .\Vi root or Executive Pn vi'o.Jlcsolvtd upon their arrest, one of the party, (cook f I ."?, sjiuaieu! six miUsanrt a half IrrmT. I :

The Sentinel compliment the Itesolu:ions this letter is spread before the ptmplc of That so \long as the democratic the vessel) mistaking the cause, conft-ssod to ;iahiv>e on the I mi5vilie; Rorul, cnr.s1shir. ot

] the Jeadirg and almost con I. Newnansvilb Whig Meeting, to which we this State, and the expic-s on o 'p ilii p opinion, party of Ihe Union adhere to time principles as have kept the negro some days secreted or: 720: acrcsot superior Cotton land; -500acre( < oi winchare
cUared and the p'rnair.d in
me tao4i. It has
troJSnjrcnT.iconuxailL ofN w England, holaeadEly hunt week referred, but says nothing about herein su getted be refused, it may be taken laid down in the platform f ihu last Dalt.nu.reConveiitioi board the vessel, and seat him away a short >n At a corntorraole D-velling UOUBC-, Kfoti NVgroHouses. .

: a* ever to the exclusion of ih C Mr. Cabell. We infer, therefore, that that fir granted that the pretence of ih;' !Indians is : we will 'hjre'! to it, but so soon ::m > before, on hearing a runjor that they were Gin House. Screw, ami: irtiprovcnentj.,. all

'UtI& from ie-s u burthorr und war more desirable, than as the Northern dernocuicy ceiife to rpgurd o bo arrcvcJ. Tho rtero, had been a runaway new, and it wit bi s 11 on rea.-iprj.tb: lfrm, as the
all tie TerritoricK of j the Union I. paper is in favor of Mr. C.'s announcing him. has been ever implemented.la that as the true national gromJ, we will cease fur some days and ia not yet apprehended.Tt subscriber has ierprtr.htd! lo 20 to drp..uu-ot it. IFoc

**Virate her purjiose (promoting the aboli. self Jis a Candidate for Congress, as ho was any ever.t, it h believed! l by the writer otrr connection and 13 rut lie rhooti with them, J W3el was just upon the p.int uf suing her informal oa the ion.Plantation.enquire at this OUl.e, or li> thcuU .l>

on 'Iaiatery in the D t.ict ofCoumbia, milkn d solicited t lo do in one of these Resolutions. oftlns cotninunicution, that without stimne such unJ' know no more party save the great when this fortunate discovery was made. EOBCST H. EAtLJhrch .

t'Uir n ri the u.-rnt-nt of no iav'I. The Petisacoia] O'azclt1 iccoininnid meel. (4(110( wishes ci ibe people ol the Southern party.roriklitu'iona fbii'siul 14h list. 13, 15.0 ;3j eS


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of tirenitz Bulletin.Ssnoral I t i r.uILITV-sccvnITv--PERPEI! UITV, MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. tgct1 tbucrhtIlttl1t9. iiljc JloriMuu & 3foumnl. I3nsiifS5! Carts.
MEDICAL! ot'.IrrMEsr.:
oI Mr. Ca1hin's'Vbii Regains.VA .
lIE rezular co'jr 2 ot Lecture in thi-i Institute Cotton
\ HI>CTJ\. April 22. $900,000. T will commence 0-1 lh first nf November, and In Je9ar3on Circuit Court.Mirtm PUBLISHED F.VERY S\TURD\Y F.YEXIXC. Brokerage.EERRY .

moni nj, RT'.TJi'jij tn arrn2'n"I.be : i:. INSURANCE CO. continue until thf lat of Febnurv. Tlie Anatomical Palzner.l I
THE HUTUAL LIFE De'>r tment will b? onon and readv to receive r'. T K K M s : ft HOWIES.

remains of Mr. C-Jiti-riM: wenln ni fiEfl YOttK-NO. 35 WALL ST., student t bv the tiNt ot? Ocmlwr. The MtIieaI] Deparlment Catharine EllU'an' Charlotte A. P.irish. THREE DOLLARS per annum ifnaid in advance. I ?' adj-tirn lo thnr Lu Or >EW
th, Congressional! hurting ground to the will be under the directii'F of the foflosing Bill losell residence nf estate of JmeL.. Parish, t-:, THRKE XND \ H \LV. if naiut wiihin sit mont' *. Commistir-n Merchant, will give tLei, ***
Richmond ott th.uc. to be c.'nivcyec Accu-nuM-l) Fund. Nnl l It, 1sl'Jjjlj... nntilthe end of1heear to tie scllir-5 oi foTTON ti !
eteam VT-T F ROFE SO U.S. pay debt d ia Comuhinant.TNttui FOUR DoLL..as. if not paid ilantirs and,
4.N inveoJ i* BonJ> aT tl .Mrt.z-es who may r<-.| firii it cf-nvrPifnt
to Charleston, am] tl.i.illy lo the capilol of! ral U ,tate it i tin* city and BrookUn anj >lock Z. FRTEJ S, M- D Profesior of Anatomy. C1Ut it iicarin; ! 15r ib<. stparrier to atterd 'ed w

South Carolina,tirr< lo l f consigned to thr-ii nfthe tn State e< and Citv uf New-York aid R S. NCWTON M D. Profr will be ready to take
II. J HfLCE M. D. Piofeswr of Theory and Practice April, JSV). which bill i is vpriled hvatRdivit of Comphitaut .hers. Sub
last rejwse. It was the i'ittntioti, ifjKusi'iJe' ,, Gv.rnrnent. paiL inl nt the option of the publi the markrf ih:f irtav ofr.Sami .
increa in by a \videke\tea- of Medicine.W. thai Defendant, Tallniine, EilU. resides scri'iers will be received for three months at One< les mat be left fry
to have Sud the fo-Hiy tuken .S 'ith during! tlicp.lkl Thi lund u rapiJlv > ; rxfi.hirim.ate. Cbsr
M. D. rr.fe4r bexond the limits of the State of Florida, namely in for the
dI ni buine. ByRD POWH.L, Physiology, Dollar- ix months at ?t T-0. Ev ry order ai.d pn rr.*>? returns r.i'e
week, but owirij to various c.i'ip s, the prtpeto'I. P.ttholozv Mineralogy aid folr><: thr Sfa'eof Alah-jins : <* b will
of fif- accompanied
The Conny declared a dividend uf profits y. paper mil of this eminlv mn-t ; Ja-u.try ft. lf-r.0 g-> tr
transfer was umvodab1Je1ayed. On 1'hur. !v.two oeot on all existing policies! ua Ihe 3b1 J KING, M. D-. Professor "f Materia Mc'dica, Therapeutics // it therefore Onierfj. That publication he mide the cash, unless the order comes through any of our
M. White p and Medical Juri prndence.J. in grime newspaper in T.tlIiIa4ee.! Florida, foi tour ia the State.ADVERTISEMKNTS .
day last, the undertaker. Mr. accnmpasiieJ of Ji-iuiry, ISiS.I regularly authorized agent LEWIS & AMES
I MILT-IN: S*>PER!, A. M M. D., Professor of months successively, requiring sihl Catherine Eli. ,
1-y Jno. 1 L.Virt, Fi ke an-1 liny. All ths ProSts are divilai anong the Insured. <'h*>mi-fry and Pharmacy.J. lopleid, answer rr demur to 'tsiit bill, on or nefme DrALFUS TNIRUGS

maud's metallic coffin cas? -fnl here, np.ur.rd The orerai-imi ire pivifole incj h anna illy, semimi A. WiLtov, M. D., Profeor of Obstetrics and the first Mniivii! 'v.'ptemVr npt.or the-iine will MEDICINES.

to the gra regard far thi* imr OSP of:a Iju*t.in nil v ar q-Jirteri> t.itcrest beins added on ttveItfUrrid 1)ise' ul f U'oinen and Children. betaken pro ftnf'no. and set il.twn for hearing eiparteal Will b--inerted at the rate of OneDolhrper;qnsn PAINTS. OILS,
siid Pmtrt. of twelve lin's for 1'ie' first,and fiftvcenM fur each Toilet %r1ieie%. ( it.
:: the body fur remjval, and I am informed : ,ia>taentii.I CLINQUE LECTURERS.JTeJieine. the F.1!! Term of Perfnmcry, \ViuJc\rCla! ,,
this Compiny secures &c. snSs I insertion. A reasonable d.'duict inn
The ca h"pnnciple ai.itted( by THOMAS P.ALTZELL, Ju-j?, qii nf
lir the latter that! well haJ tbe' rareserv.. I ProJV I H.I J I HII.CE.I BRI 'HC AJSD COJjnnt,
so [ t.) the pime* i or vt .ie benefit the in.'jrancesr rr May 7. 1 1S5'!. will be mi fd the remains, tbt scarcely a tinz wi --- I eJ-cted. the wh-le of the aira'tae. uithnutctm Stirrry.-Profiler R. S. NEWTO.-V* A tru copy-Ti'st, notices without aItfT..tioi, by persons having ApoflinrarirO Ol.t*,* Ware Ac

fervaV.e on the entirely feuiface, but on the : them to the heavy drawback of accumu.14tt.t1 Z, FHEEM\N :M. D Amtomical Demonstrator. C C. FIFK, Clerk.Mv regulir accounts, with the office. rpHEabove constantly on hand,and for sale at'tV.
The fef-s for a Hill course of Lectures amount to of cindHates for office -L lm>et market
premium nole II. lS3tl. IS 4m All anT anr "nent FIVFr prices.
that h li, lcJ fr s'l as though! a
contrary ? as hundred and five d- .
Persa-w raiy e'J ct iasaranc* on their own lives one ouL\ns_invariably in advance. No attention LEWIS AMES.
corpse only yei1.rdtv. 1'ne l body was iit tafcen indth? lires of others A i.irie1 women can in- flach! Profe--oi'!. ticktt15.. Martic'ilator's S5.Demont In Chancery. will be mid to any order for announcementunless Tiltahacqep. No, >ml>rr 20, IS47. 131MON

from thr coffin. but the head was raisiJ.atjj tarelhe life of her hm'und, the b.-ne.iU; of which at. rV Fee $lO. Graduation S'20.Tho accompanied with the ca.h.AH .
a curled! bair pillow placed under it, in ordr are cnrisl i by tax for thi exclusive uss ot" herself or. e tK'-irina tuilher informitionillplrn
it from about by the chhiren.: dre their letter (post p idl In the De.in; and tu- M\v TF.RM. 1S30. lisV1iritiiitouslv ; but editorial notices for pri. TOWLE &, PAPY,
to j-iliin
preserve Ci.r.* rr .n and all other*dependent upon salaries dents ariivin: in the city will please call on him at Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram] vale benefit,will be charged advertisements.
aclionof i i's t. Charles Jltorncys and Cocnsrllcrj! at Law
ibecormyanceV'H way I 'uesseciaily invited lo avail thein lvf sol a res.vircewhsfeby the Commercial Hotel. R S. NEU'TON. e""er> ,

Ion. The flsh of? th fic (indented its their jrviwinj famibe may be secured Dean of the FaeuHy. cc > Divorce. JOB WORK. HAVING formed an association for the Prictic,

natural hue, ith perhaps a slight shad more troin the evils of penury. LAW DEPARTMENT. Hezekiah! L. Thi lle. J JP Job Work, such ; ritl attend the .s* teMl Courts of t tbe

of fallow! in the cnniexiun! : Is.t the exprns. P-a.i: .lelieKplaiAt.iry of the theprinciple M.it'i. Hoi i:. U*. M. KING, Professor of theory and practice HOOF having been ma lethal Hezekiah 1.. Thi- We are bills well, cards prepared, blanks to, namphleN execute &c..with neatnps Middle Circuit of Florida, and 'in the Di tric- Coon
( al Lie In urance, 'i illustratinz ils advantage-, ll<> resi tesout of theSt.'feol Floridi. It i. OrlerrJ as ol the U. S at Tallahassee. All business
of Lv.v.Jotiv .
ion remained The had work of thi description
tmchanjed. and d -
eyelids spateAll
with frt of ajipli; % atio'i. may be obtained at th- DELAFIELP, Eq., Professor of Corc-uetcial up >t! motion of S R M.illnry. E1. C m- ? \enrlv with! to their cire will receive prompt attention.
parted: auJ rerealed his eyes still lit up with office of the Couipaay, 33 Wall sI., cr cf aay uf its .1 ri rultnee. plaimnt's Solicitor that a }he.-rin-f of the Iscfscharsed except for Ierionl having accounts cz- Otflrein! the Cspitol.
p the office, in'isf l lie t'"i: f'-r on delivery.
all their in the CoiiipLiinant's Bill be had anlth .ta t February 17
firmer brilliancy, appearing rather aeuts. TERMS-$50 ntr Session.AH ; 1S40. 7
*. notice thereof he puMNhed in some public
TRUSTEE newspaper
to belong to the s'atesmau living. than to o-ie : thi
comnunicatjons pertaining to department SPRING GOODS. '
of this State for th* pace: of f.mr months at least. MEDICAL NOTICE.
4' whose voice na longer breathed music tu (he : *. B. Collins, Did C. Cojden, nu--t addressed to E* W. M. KING, E-q. JOSEPH P.. !.ANCA'TER. i-ub-tcribcrs! are just opening their Sprint

the mind the vVm J. lhrl-p, Alfred Edward. Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 2-1, Is50, THE which has been well anti
ear. lopic to nir reason tit sen Win. Eett Ju'Ue! uthern Circuit. >ck, carefully 9? Dr. Charles T. Darby
R. McCuidv
ses.** I have rarely seen a contrast MI mirked Blunt K-v We t. MrrhV). t >.V>. I t'2 -Im Icfteilhy an experienced harisi J, ronsi-tins "f Staple
I PreJ. S. U'instoa Joseph Th- Faculties fir intellectml abilities? moral *nd Fancy Dry O !-pyes *o full arid Iif'.1ik.-eyec ever remarkable C. XV Fabr, Isaac G. Pearson, worth and profe--n.nable acquirement v\i ihI|| compare ACTION OF AS-UJMPSiT 1W A'l'T.\CIIMENi'. Paint, and Gla s. Crockery, Hollowware, Station I V eral that he has perman. nf ly located bimscll i ia

for their in'ite intensity ofUti utge; I J'.Vi P. Yelvertoa Heury UV1U, favorably with the most (iitiruiu-hed, in oIIrc000v. Haley T. lorkcr. ) -rv, Furniture, Clothing, fcc..cin short ever M-miicello Florida; aid w ill be'found at all tin><- *

compared with th "Imtly avirtality of tin? 1ij. T if ,. St-dzwick, Vtn Moote.Zehedee The Meilical firulty const it ute< an anomaly in this Ainnunt 5Worn y0 SI<117 50. thin needed by the planter and his family. Aireat > unles ,rolessionally eno3ze.!. Strict attention will

reduced to the thinness almost of.1 v.tttr. It ';ta-y B. Collins, Col{. or any other cou itry-all of them are able lecturers JameD.Tradev.lI.I C) Iaiii.iis S?*,S33 ('JJ)* part of our st 'rk i is S' u;ht with cah. we are< je paid to all professional calls.

Jjhn II. Swift, J'>na Miller, and the best teach*r HE defendant, a-id all nth*r persons interested enabled to give good harzin. Please call and *ee. Mars. 15-19._13GEO. _
appeared %\haC.fbe Utter ha-1 W. had: bee.ii John \Vjdorth, David A. Comstodc, Those who will contemplate cur rarhical po.sition -I are hereby notified of the contmt-ncemenl of the NAUGHT fc OR.MONL

added to the farmer, but in other respects the S. M Com-11, Robert Shuyler.J4tne and the extent of our population ca=i have no above >uil, and required to a neir at the next Terns Ne.cnort. April 13. 1S-V). 1 1 W. UUTCIIINS ,

countenance was much the tame as it was in : ->uv. \I UMUins, Chamber*. doubt a- to theellegibility four situation for an enterprise (on the fourth Mndiy in October. A. I). IS-Vi.) ol

life. J > m V. L. Pruvn i-fph Tockerman.Mo of the kin t. A* to health, including alt sea- I the Cirriul Court, for the County ot Leon and State Select School for Young Ladies, AUCTIONEER ,

Fr>d. Wiiittle cy, es II. Giinnell, -ons of the eare deny that ANY OTHER cirrHVS of Florida, and plead thedfchration filed ,loeieia; T.I LL lll.i S SEE, fL.1.
.\t 7 o'cl.icli D'Ktcr and Major Calhoun, : Charle* Ely, Wm. J. Banker, M"RF. WALKER & GWYNN. QUINCV.rpHE .

as of the late J ,hti. C. accom anted by the JnhnC Cruder, DiaencJn DUO lb. A common error e\i-N in the minds of rninv stud Attorneys for PlaintitF. I next action of t this SCHOOL will cornmencX ftiER TOMei

i5erjea.nt.at Anis of the Senate, drove to the \Val! r Jov,* Franci" S Lthiopitr nts relative to the place ot stud}in-; medicine ; Anril 13,1S">0. II I 3m Monday, June 10th. H.ivins ensiijpd an acrompli'hed 'rs H. BOND, J. W. ARGYLF, D. C. W-L-O.I'

and aud esfairned the b- ,\ d PcI!. JO.. Ttntchcr.ja those \\lio intend practicing atnons the cli>ea <>s ofhe f andexneritrnced Teacher lo take chare F. H. Fr.o .T. J. HOOSO.N and J. T. ARCHFS
ground, fly.
F.PH B. COLLINS PrniJfitt. West an I S-rolh houH certainlv educate! them- Notice.Q'X of thf M'nic Department this Scnnol now afford March 10,1,49. 10
and brunt: '! it to the C oh w-l\\ho Faculty acquire
selve* at a < e are practically ac- the HonorO every facility yojnz
ef the buiMin the j>mce.siou funne I, and thjrcoaiiik BU'VT. Connlihed Education.J. | J. I. SHIELDS, it. O. j. g. BO.ND, M. P.
a''te pt Probit.ii: anil fur County olJeSferson
ware "ivea in charge of the Senate JAMS:* :t. GAMUL1Ai't..Talldhisee.. That the public max !be .>tified of the permarancv frr cNch.ir.-v a- OTIP of \ths\ AdminUlrator PHELPS. Principal.Qiincy .

Cufumittee tvlij u at Jed wish the C
who unitedvitb the Com-nine* k tt 0<. ii the the irusiees ann raciwy ii-rm a V\IT in action, "er.od Mmi SIVKINs Mi. IIUIIBARD, TccLer.Mi.4TOWLE ; HAVING soriaffd themselves together in the

of : GINS which ausurs well for it< future success; and that J.-tleison r' ui'v, Janmrv I lit. l 'i 2 '>in ) of Medicine, Surgery, &Tc., .fier their
State oPSju h C-tiuIiiii iJ in the dutv
to .
the peculiar internal organization which connects March HO, l--V 12 lOt I .emvics to the citizens ot Q'lincy and thesnuround.
semoh4I.Ivcrizin. them cannot be intenuptcd.
I \VATSOX Notice. inz counrv.
was conducted in cie! ce and JESSE E M. W. KING. Groceries, Fruits, &.c- Qm-v, Aivzn t. IM**. 31
afterdjte I will t ti the IlonnrO
Pfmidint the OIX months *pnlv /
ts-itb decorurii. and without the 1 nit attempt GIN MiNCFVCTCKCR, May 11.1550.I 1 I 1S! of <>m faculty. a'e Judj' of Probite! t fisr t the C'miriiy of Wjh.. TUST received per Schooner William R. Pettes free Thomas Jeff. Heir

fit parade. Abort thir'y czrriis, conuiuin Pj\-tiyra. Lee Coun'y Georgia, in tcn )orletei*> of ilis-ni.-i-'ii Irra the ahninistra.ti' t, New Orleans, ,
of the of Malhew Tucker, slepa.eit.UENRY St Louis Flour, Rio Coffee, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA\V.
the A $20 Reward.AN"AWAY 0 eitae
twoernzroiitec.p&ll.bert T>, : : C-IH-
inform his friends aid the public !ene-
White Deans "
WOI'LD ONEAL. Tobacco, I \\'LL irv-f'ce- the Cite ii, Court in each
Mil m ed the iiaeof tfoc* *iou, with a carria that he conti'uethe bne business ali I 1) Irom l t1'i! subset iber. -bout thefir<>t ofV Jtuarv2, 1W). 51 Om Olive Oil, Oranse?, V Coiirt !'l.eI dd.eCirciifandin the So-

driven in advance, containing the sun* of tae i htnld taidvhrehe; will !be hippy to upj>lthei:: I January l
deceased at ra mrner*. Ai< the trvtN.ihrou '< iriih a firtt rate article. Ann evidence of the i nmed PRS''E( absiut! 'J'J yt-ais <,f aje dbout five Notice.SIX Whiskey, Rum, 0 Talli'ssee. a
m4 I -puny it his work, he would .!ate that out of tiie j feet 5 or ))0 inche. hi. h, round faced, lemarka'h Gin, Claret Whe
h which the c .rt-ie; p.me J. on i it* way 1 !I.tre IciiT.ber s jld by him the past year, not one has j beautiful wite teeth, viy brsre feet and hands: isis Months after the d.te .f this notice I t1h1 For sde bv J r>Jarv 20. 1S3. 23

to the tte tnl.oat JavJin;:, zra-tpi of pet sou* i fiil d to give petlectatisfdCti.m-and would a- rrf- 5Itt in !his speech,and diaIs l < u: his words when rnv vmti-'teri! and accounts to the lion ALFP.ED E. HOC.

tere coctd l to witni'ss the Jatt jouruey f eren-e, givethe mine ot ant one who hi' one t4 hiTisnf .n'twering qution.. No nurticubr marks about Jui.je of Probile for Leon Co'inty l htr a linal ettlemcnt M-reh 3S(), 1.5. 12 CAR WY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWOSTH.

the Uuu'tneJ SuteMnin to m-'et a I.retvicuatiueury ;jq,in use. Be i intending io hi* b xly by which he could be recognized. It isnrfbihle ant discharj from the E-fate: ot Dr. I. D. ,::7. j- ,

c.>n ider>b'y ibid ye r. b> which tne-ms he will he may -omexvhere in the neighborhood Ne>%ti>n, late of ,aid Cotiniv.d'-ceas Watches, Jewelry, &c. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW
; b i every mtrk of rtbtc1; t1. I *>< enabled tU "orders (which last year lie was in4be 01 l Thjmas county Georci, I.e ha* ins been bom in PVTRICk" SMITH Adm'r.Mrh21. ,

Liiiied. w.t m ini"e: ted in silence, AIJ.J to this Jo d i) withGi'i it"ni ible, superior lo any ever I Slid county. Tiie nboie re.va.4 v.ill i I I be fiaid for his t io. t U-rmNotice. d-J.ev-c? i'- THE subscribers a sood sapplj have jnst cl Goods recer, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.

taans.r he w* c..nve.ed .n board the h.'iit.A raanufaclure-l in i Snti'leesrii Goigia.: Hethinks I ife: contjiiftncn in any jut, j that I Cdii get him whicli are July 7, I S4?. 27.

number of .*men, meaibers ad "there, thai erety yeir's experience Doable him to tae! a again. Tubia- Gold among Lever Warches,
litlle better art ice.Diia HENRY MA' H.Sopchopny Week- after date. I !h.ill apply louse H.-nor- A. E. MAXWELL
ardent admit uf Mr. C. vhiliivio. SIX H' itin? ? : Silver Levers, ,
er< \ accum- ;
pr.cicalme'ianic, and wi'haUdeterrninerl Fla. Aunt 13. IViU 14 2m Jwdze ol Probate ot Leon County, for lf't- *
panted the rem-iia*. uni together with theco.oi1h" 1 At none but Ginvut thev rvfir-t cla-s shall be irun- lets of Adininiatiation on the Estate ot Seborn Hclcorn'i L'Aruen ?n-l plain Watches, ATTDJ1N1Y AT i LAW,
Chains, enlsafil Keys,
aod pa.iearcr} nu'ttii Pins, Rirtgc; Earrings.Bi' \ yLLattnd' all t>.e Courts of the Middle Cir-

tps on? bii'idrei pern: At oiiie o'kek :; M T.ierate to th<* ati factiun, ol the ;>u
I t.t deliver them tree ot charge to purchd ers at tt tre tile Masonic Acadt uninedi.iti ly.1 A T.1114Iasseeocr.: 27, 1S-T. 42
th. ron' -J"d fcttm the pier, a: d iiwi'ttn. my reaS'ltiablt Notice. Gold Pn .vi.1! Pencil Cases,
: th-ir p1.initiOn4. ? corriftensation will I be givencue s of ap- Gold Peis in Silver Cases
OM: the 1ingriii* crowd <'d in I ..%
tmcur r to. willi his
travelling etril.
AU engwceraentf (iiovf.J 4u.iificaiiun.'! For jaiticuUrs, apply to the TV-ilJR; W ks 'tfter date, the u'lder-.isned, A'Jrain- Silver, Tihl Tea, Milliard and Salt Spoons,, S. S.:; KNIGHT,
1vu ittd htde the ilu-iriui) dad order to the Proprietor at Palmyra, hall be I
otre9P.ct < a oi Board of Titutees. .. i,traturot William Them, (Iecei..ed, will apply; Marble Clocks. \Wholesale i Retail Groter k ProTision Dtaltr
dtite fareu-eli. Jn half an hour, ail that r.. : proRiultv attended toJ durable R K. CALL, Pie't. to the I Honorable Ct.uit >J Prointe t-.r Leon County, Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks, ,
in the
taabed of Mr. Culhoua xvus lust to us f.r.rv Uap uiu properly dune most F E.: CARV. Sec'v. Ibi an order to sell ih* Wj S. E. \ of Section 20, Setts ct Waitei.s 'ic &..c.TOWLE. TALLAHASSEE, TLOKIDA.

r.I ;I rarner.I Mr the nf Chaimin WM. THOMPSON, Tonhi1i 'it Ran'e 2, N. am! i E.SIMEON i MYERS. constant v on handandr.fVr for*,!e ra
fHe is a'si *? sa KEEPS
J. ELIOT. TIICUS, Adra'r. M rrh 23, 15). 11 advance on cosr. tor ca.h, all the sfznd-
h*ve hituorlo describe thft ni Ulic caseIn ; R4ni1l'* s*. CO.N CAST IRON HORSE C. C. MOORE
aid Floridi. May4,1530. 17 artS articles in his line. Flours of approved iusl-;
which Mr. CaihoJQ : XliLLSia; Souih.vtern
wis incotfjncd. Tu K. nEMP.P.Y. !
with Travelling BuggysIBugys11Ilj : j'ies-S rar', Coffees. Teas Dacon, thrr.s. Pork,
mfr Agents.iv
Contracts can be my \
manufacturer* are Metsis. Fisk and II iv. \ information wanted with rtrrard to the cost and C. C. FLETCHER. Notice.SIX
tnonJ, JOJ! U.ikcr! greet, N.MV Y ik. I am o-teratiot "f these mi.U. can b? c-jfained by adIre. April -3T.W.. JO ciontlis after the fir>t publication of this no 5 Cuzz'.s with tot? f, v\ith Fruits, Irish Potatoes, ()nsor.sNits,

informed, that im-jjediately! hfter t'-.e deaih oi'Ir. i it ie w. Ptlmvra, Lee C-i.int\Georgia. J. M. WILLIAMS I shall apph to the Hon. Jjrne-. Cioome, It I) without ti ps, Kusin, Fi4, Aiin-iitds.andallothL-i article 3 nsuilly
J-idze of Probate for Leon County, fi r a di-charie found in si-ribr establishments.
11 1 Rockaway scat ,
\ C !h itt the ab of oiher March 30.1 VVJ. Jj
ruti, .e re
mem- H Adjust received per Sthi. W. R. Pettes, fiozn from I Ihe a-lministrator-hip el the --tate jf George 1 second-! and Carry all, Store ne\ dar above G. II. tirinis'C Men-

hers of hi* iWily he.ides Dr. Citihuun, the : Tax Collector's Sale. New (Jrlt-aus, Youngdeceased, late of Leon Cojntj Florida. which will be sId o-> the he-t of terms roe street.

South Ctroiiaa d It'lig; diin were appiti'd to f opiuion. wh'-tWr M r. Ca hounv ud! T Adm'r. uf George YouniS, ileced>ed. -*. and everY variety rf Gi"nlsand Wares u iti-
<> ) have lened n-ioa S'id *'I!! PPfsi. lair ml?, t.i' Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, '
: March !1'I. t -)'> j In >n ally found in a iddlrry ablishmer.t ; and all kinds GEO. H. BESTWICK
hive ; had been tlonip d'.r. Maiiit the lint t ,
permti-d ,
nc previoiuly ap. f re the C j'irt in on F r sale as hm as *n\ inc- t-Ue. --
pealed] t
%va votd by the majority lint he would not, : ot thereon forth* sear 111', to witTheNiS.ttITI.fl.NandEtheSW: New Books. Match l ..OO.IN .
and convq-ifHtly that it would lie violation of Washington County. J S. constantly on hard and for sale at the
1 I I the ina'ler of Sion Smith, Gu idian t.f !Robert Claret Wine. KEEPS for cash,all the article ia
% FINE .e'.ectisn! of t!tt. N< vl* of the da! > toctther cah price,
lib wihs to depart from this opinion. In this 5 :6.T t K N and E., beioajin* to George A.Mclutvre. 1
; < I. l E. Russ In-ir nf Robert Ru-s, ci-a-pd:
t-1_ with manv others, .ini as I'ruccV Life minor 4 FEW cases superior S!. J ilien, just received thi- line issf t business FIrarsof be-f qualitie Suftf,
\lf.w Dr. C. cor.curre.-l, but unce the univ.iltS I and Tr4\.-llumbr.lth I *!* TIJU I Ramblf i in Mexico On the petition Stephen J Rcheand Jamc- M. Tx 1 a.id for sale bv Coffee, T -as. P.. con H.ims. oar*.Candles! N'Hj.Raisins.

Major C. mt rcret. exceedingly that th* JOHN 11 P XTTCISON, Los Gtii: 's, i.c, for *a-! !hv Lnn
ie1ea1iot: wore hits sentitive. Mr. \%'goij. Tat Cuilertoi for Mjdin Ci.usjty. MCNMGHT &. ORMOND. as al re-aid, ir-a> be icqum-d t to rive new securitit- April !:3, iVv). 14 found in similar establishments. All persons want-

ward holdout T'r.mher I. lM4. 47 fitn Newport, \\,r13\\ I 1 1-fJ. I 14 in lii-u ol pet it ionei or i in default t heut'f. th.it said in? to purchase any of the above articles, are respectfully -
Mron in Uror ofemb4ltnnt
ly Smith be rrmoiid tn/rn said G'urdi.m hip : I It appearing CabinetMaking.having. invited to call and price then belcre buy-

bat was overru ed, and hence the b niy MS Tax Collector's Sale Paintings and Engravings.A l t4> twe tali>fjction c-f I MIH Court that >,ndSion lIE subscriber taken the ins el.es here.

vnnbi:1ed i to the earth without iinder 'iinj, anyprw r) V viitue of the authoiiix; ve.ted in rne by law, I II : Smilli. Guaidian of R- bert E. RJIS min r heir Ssop arid \Vare-R.-om recently Store formerly occupied by L. &. H. Greenberg
SMALL and '-hoice fir le bv
** for i's preerviti! The jtl.ni"pt>se for >ale, be- McNAUilT assortmcnl; &i ORMOND."* (it t Robert Itu. deci-a-fd, rtsuis beyond tic limit, u;>i ed b, Mr. Gerald Vun.euhi'ets, k. Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.
: lore the C,> irt il. use dr.> in Madison.! <>n the (firs t tMJN'Jy of I the State ot Florida, but in or.e of t Ihe States of Manuiactureali kinds Cabinet Ma !*>. 1540. ic
; to t he adopted, was that employed by N<-w )orl. Al ril 11. l -i. J J wit tnt Slate cf is prepared to 5)1 -
i-i i J'JN'Kn-vt.the follow! in? dt5rritlIaiii. the United Slate's, to : Mi"i"i-j.i
lonsicur (;aunai cf Paris, of itijt-ctin the i or ,o rn'i"h thereof a- will ititiy the Taxid -* S. F. BUUNEY"OULD so that notice ol said petitioner* Cannot be served .Mil be, ard sold! hasm-w low for on c.iih.hand good GEO.assortment DAMON., To the Florida Volunteers.

t1l-sotl! vesselsvith: an antiseptic fluid, i.iiit1t by i therein fir th<> y.*ar I'ltS, to wit : upon him : at the shortest notice, ant on will attend to the collection cf
Furniture undersigned
\ the physical cvti-m i> i>oefT*ctuaiy! pie :| The S E 4 and N I K 4 of( s r KI, E 1 N W 4 of W % \/ pectluly! call use attention of his // it ther'fort Or
vcnti'd lioni UJ, IV 1 S i: j. :-c 3T 1, R 7, N and E belonging fi tends and l he public' &-i-nerallv lo his larjre Gujtdian as ator--aicldii appear and ansv\ei aid |ie for services ren !iered by. or supplies furnished lie
decompotiiicin, that year* may to Edward Drvan. and well a-srtt ii l stock ol SPUING and SUMMER titionerillunliiur morths from the dale ol the and Female
HE Quiiicy Male Academyre.ntst'ssed Florida Volunteer* ca' td into service cf the Slate
multiply into a t s befura thbudy is wholly Alo. !o'4 N'-i i aii! 'i in fractional S*c 15. N J, S-c GOODS, toinpii ifi every nicle, Ixdli fancy and first publication of thi> ordt-r, or the said petition ] January 7ih. 'I'he ftconJ sf--.imiMll during the recent Indian outhreak.Heina .

dcitro fd, orceitainly until Ions after the inf. W i. S E i, n.l E 1, S W i. Sec 2'J, T 10, R 11. stapleu-u-llv M ld in I this truiktt-all ot which he will be token as conf s.ed, and the prayer thrcf.fgrantnl c..mm nce June tth. Students may enter at t1snr'.uhly coitrant with all the iortrl

mediate iatnily have pasd a was.It.jweifuIIy I S and U., beloujin' to John Muter.JtlI' is r.ceivicui d.nlv. : J'roviilnl, That a copy oi Ihisoidfrhe inv. time durin.; the ear, and, after the second week and h-.i-inps recery for the collection of the same.
HKRICO.VJi9l ; H. l'.vrTnroN, Much Ifi.; I IVI.). JO published once a week for four mo.nlhs in some iiews- >f'the seiOn they will he charged only from the he fl.iflers himself he \\ill he enabled to give MI

; Tux Cillfctor foi M. di on Cutity.ttve'n'u.r par.tr published within the Sute ol Florida.WASHINGTON time ot entering. Hoard ma be had at prices varynz fitaction to those entrusting their claims witk

2t, 1SI. 4t Turpentine Axes, &c. TAHOR, from ?-- to $\\i) l per month. For further parlicu- him.

: \ is Dirt.-Od ir. Co-jper, of South FRESH Mipply of the above A\c; zlso. No. Judge of Piobates Washincfon County. tars see printed catalogue, which mac be obtained Reference-All who know him.GEOR3E .

Carolim, used to j>ny to his student, l), ut* l Hamilton County Tax Sale. V 10, 1 11.1 :and t-2Ca-l PIis\\ e.ira points ; Sai.ds Apiil27, l l-30. I 10( -Im jy application to N. H. STEWART, W. HUTCHING

be afraid of a. little dirt, younj) genth'inen. i TV Virtue of the po cr vested in me bvr \ Ji *
What'edirt ? Why nothing at all ofh-i 'ivo. j jO *hall f\pose for ili bt-fore the Court llid.ior Received per Cri; Emetine, and for sale hy, Dtirrec issued from the Circuit Notice.
I lUmilTon I I F' McNATGHT; k ORMOND.Newriot I N pursuance ol a
i in the town of Jasper, Contiiy, > Fletcher Institute.
when chemically viewed. Uub a little! alkali! I rida, on the fii<.t Mand HI, Ju. e next. ( lSI( ,) bemeI / IVhrnary 23. 1 t5JProvisions 7 _I Court ot Leon Coutily. made 2">thpril.. IS'V), months after date, I shall present my accounts

upon that dirty reafpo% on your co.it: and I the 3J tLiy of that nunth, the t thIiI) in? desciiheil \\ lies cia the Sonthet n Lite Ins-nance and TrtM Company SIX vouchers tthe Honorable Court ct Pro- WHEP.EAS, Madam Rumor says that studinti canact>
Mclver is d-ffn- to this Institution
if niiiWfpes a chemical change and becomes propertv or so mucti thereof as will be siifljrienlI &c.I is phintitr rttid AlfXinilfr >ates tor the County of L on, and ak for a final sellement come tn
eoap. Now rub tt wtin a nine! waiter; and it I ,r'., ,h tate ana o TaVt-s due thereon lot the I I P.ARRr.LS MUSS PORK, dint, I have levied upon and will expose; for sale before : and di-charce as Executor of the la't will find boarding hou-es : To all whom it may con
the Court-house do'-r in the I City of Tallahare, cern. I send sreetm- that 1 have in my house en
1549 to wit
it is neither y e4r : 111/11 -J tl?. Prime do.i and testament of William Turner, deceased.
disappears ; grease, soap, water. Tht N W i of the S W 4 of ec I. T I R 13, Sand Keg.. Lt-af Lard, on the first Monday in June next, the following descntK'd MATHEW TURNER. the hilt at the Institution, ample rooms, Well fur.

nor dirt. That: i is not a very odorous' pile of C purporting to belong to Willi.tm J. Mills.W1LEV 2 hall dan-els, Cranberries ;>roprrty. lo wit : February 2, 1->50. -t f m niiteJ with fire plnres. for the accommodation tj

dirt,' you observe there. Well, scatter a little LEE.TJV 1 Ii td. ch-ai 1 side Bacon! Sla\es-Crmles. aged about -10 cars ; Paul, aged thirty tfwlentt, and will promise *o give them plenty

gypsum over it, an N'ovemb/r 2J, 119. 40 Gin Bill. aetI about 20 years; Elizabeth, aged about 30 lights and do their washing, all lor ten dollars ret
verthii;* you call dirt U worth your notice 10 buls. Si. Louis Flour. 9'iHscriber' having fitted up the TANERY the
}ears ; and Saney, fed about 21 years. THE month, one half paid ia advance, t e other at
as students of chemistry. Analyze it I- Pain Killer. 5 lo planting Potatoes, f.ands-The South East quarter of section five, this place known as Baker's Tankard, has end ot the ear.

It will fceperate into clean elenietit.j .*. 1 hhd. line Sui r, the EJ-.I hall cf the South Wrst quirter of section now on hand and will keep all kind* ol LEATHER P. P SMITHFletcherville. -
very A FRE H suonly of Perry DavU'Pain Killer.justJ 20 bu>h. Is P. tn Gulf Cotton Seed sale and will have fine ROOTS and SHOES
five all ol Township one North, Ringe two East: ; Ga., Feb. 21, 1350. 7 3m
Dirt makes corn, corn makes; bread and \. received and for sil le t tiv 10 ban els R.-clifu-d Whiskey. hundied and forty 37-100 acres, more mad. to ..Irt. He has on hand a superior article of _ .

meat, and that mikes a very \veet young lady T. WHITE t CO., Agent Just it-cM. tier chr W. R. PHie*, and for sale bj containing or less. two joubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here r- Raisins, Figs, Cheese, &c.

that I fcaw one of yon kissing last tiiltt. So Novef br7< !S40. 4., McNAUGIlT li. ORMOND. Levied as the property of said defendant and turn his thanks lo the citizens of Gad.-den and the
upon BOXES English
Newport, March 9, I ISSO. ')n Dairy Cheese,
ditt 9 virtue of and under sanl decree. idjoininjr Counties for their past patronage, and say
after all you were kiting -paiticnlailyifbhe. to be sold by %/ 10 Drums fre'h FisrsI
Bagging them that he will continue Leather
lo lo manufacture
whitens her bkin with chalk or Folkr'bcaril. Plow Iron. 20 Boxes do. Raisins,
AND SALT, for sale byMcNUGl'r April 30,1 SSO. 17-OA Hoots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gad den 1 Box Citron I
Ti.eri' is no telling, >oiinggentlemiiii! ROPE &- ORMOND t N assoitmenl ol wide Iron, say S. 9, and 10 in- County, near Qnmcy. He will be glad at all times 10 Boxes: Champaif-ne, Cider.

what i ditl., Though! I mn' >.t feaythat rubbing N.port, Jantmy ft, IS50. S-J ri ches.Miitable for Plowrccei! cd per Schooner Rail Road Notice. exchange any of the above articles for O.ik Bark, iieidsick Champaigne Wine.

such felnfFtipon! tbe bcuiiiliil kin of a young Abell, and fur sale by Hide, crippled nesro boys, or his own paper. With a variety ot articles of the kind recti'N
!McNAUGHT ORMOND. Good Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits,
& ,
Tin $3-:
ice. IVdrl I Manufactory. Emetine and for sate!
lady i* a dirty pi an powder, Newport, March 9, IS-.O. yPHINTERS' ran have employment. per bjMcNAUGHT
think is rrade ot fliiiiuth-lillig h.jt dirt." en-aed additional vorkinenwe are w. H. MCMILLAN. t ORMOXD.
HAVhifi I o fill all ordeis in our line in a N Ol'lCr.: is i hereby given lo the Stockholders ollive 2. ISr.Q. 4 Newport,February 21 ISW. 7
AND BINDERS'1TAuEI1ouE. TalT.ihc.eeFeh.tiary ly
load? that
Tjllihassee Rail Company, on
and All orders fioin
tulislaclor manner.
Occurrrac.-The Steamer Oi. prompt
Singular Now. 2'jatid 31 GoLrSTREErMANUFACTORY.coRNERornnoo.MEAND Tluir il 2th ol June next, election will -
the countiy will receive immrd st te attention. A ;- day an TNA INSURANCE COMPANY Bagging and Rope.
which eruf.l lien* on i'uebdiy from y ( in Tallahassee ,
he held :it the Otiice ol the Company
prey mercha .( and dealrt
  • Kentucky Raginj,
    Philadelphtii, whtlV on the pafc age klrnck agaiml T WHITE* CO. Sit n 1FF bTR RET, NEW YORK.-The subscribers of. for seven Directors to manage theatlairsof said Company HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. QO wO 30 coils '
    which the vessel such 23 fer lor sale, of their own uunulacture- their improtcd for twelve months from that date. Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house > Rope,
    June 1SI9. "
    kotnelhing gave 1 bate Twine
    patent Single and D<:uMe Cylinder Piintin' R. K. CALL Pres. T. R. Co. loss by fire. ,
    a shock MK to induce Captain DICKINSON) l< Presses, for nev\spjer and book work; Card Piint- Tallahassee, April 6, 1530. 13 3m LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth. >rJMcNAUGHT
    Fruits &c. for M
    tuppo that he bad touched upon a fhoul nrL ing M.-chinrc, Piool Pressc. Hydraulic Presses, January 2fi( fV 3 Azenl Tallaha'.ee. Just received per Schooner Petlf, and ORMOND.

    I large 3" Upon' e I anti nat ion, notbing F) AIN) ORANGES, with wrought lion Cylinders, (leered and other Nails i.
    ;; IS50. 7
    could' be discovered but the speed of the boat I ALMON'DS. LEMONS, Standing Pres fti; also, Lithn' raphic and Copper KEGS .awan and Fall River Cut Nails, just Garden Seeds. Newport, February a ,
    APPLES, ONIONS, plate Prexsen, Cinders' Materials, &c., Stc. Chase, received and for sale bvMcNAUGIlT of fresh GARDEN SEEDS "
    \RGE assortment
    \vn maleiially le sened. About biz hours IRISH POTATOES. Cases. Galleys, Furniture, Stands, Imposing Stones. &. ORMOND. VL
    the celebrated
    of 3
    subsequently, Ca pt. DICKINSON upon getting MACKEREL in half barrel* and kilts, &,c.. 4tc., constantly on hand, and every article necessary ecpnrt. April 13. I-/. 14 Gairetson j it t received, on Long from Island. For sale by GJR. 5 BARRELS extra fi IP Vamm Pan Sugarrecei't i
    PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, for complete Printing Otiice Pttes. and for sale byMrN'AUf.HT
    the bow of the Steamer, for thn a including per
    over purpose t AMES
    Just received ansi for tale by T>pe and Ink, furnished, on the roost favorable Pure Sulphate of Quinine, &. ORMONtf!
    of securing a Dolphin discovered an object JOHN McDOUGALL. (prim. Printen, Publishers and others, wishing to THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and J..mmy ft. 550. 52 Newport, February 23, 1SN 7

    hanging to the cutwater. This he soon m.ide December, ISP M e-labliih a News paper, or Jo'i' OJice, will be furnithetl ounces ol Sulphate of Quinine, which they Blacksmithing. -

    (jut to !lJ 3 a huge Tuttle, which took r.ll hunJs: with an estimate for the same, in detail if have obtained diirct, Irom the manufacturers, and Liverpool Salt.

    including$ the passengerk to hII nl on iMianl.Tbe .- London Porter. desired Machinery made lo order ni dr anil Brain Catting to onlrr. They also manufac. We have enlarged our stork of Drugs and MecJi all kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, oc 1 00 received Barque R H. Gamble.1afCt
    animal, it is uppo ed, must have been CASKS, quirts and piiitu, ju.t t received ard for rupied last >ear by Miller & Brokaw. per
    9 sicell mill, cines by recmt al and oRlODNewport. -
    MeN \UGUT & ORMOND. lure superior cast pit cross-cut,circular Dim are prtparrdlo execute sale by McNAUGHT &.
    on the water and was nearly cut 531e by Saws of which) orders lor article in line at wholesale retail January 20. ISIO. 3 A. A- FISHER.S. .
    keeping; 11,1850. 14 and other a supply they keep conutanllyon cur or February 23. 1S-V) T_ ,
    through by the shock, (hough it tas *till alive Newport, April hand. R HOE & CO. on r the mo.i accommodalins-. __ t

    \vlit-n taken on board. Tho bead was cut oflus N. R..-Propiictorsof newppcrs, who will insert We have also a few account* yet due to us for I he S. Knight Gentlemen's Clothing.

    Hiid filled a good bized bucket, Saratoga Water. the advertisement Ihieetimfs and end in a number year l>-17. They are general ly in small amount, "f T7ILL continue business at hi* fid slst-rl whrrVV SMALL and well elected fock of Cotfctf.|

    a li i1ihy| have 9 ft DOZEN (quart) C.>ngre Water, just receiled of Iheir paper containing it, will be entitled! to pay. but l if the whole could be paid sboitlv, it would! goat $ he hopes to wait on such of his fiends have A, : just received per Ereeline.aid for salt' JJJMcNAUGHT

    andtl.e I ca'rcnss, which mist weighed _u andlurttiobyWcNAUGHT men! on purchasing of us four timci the amount of ( towards <]ui'atingritain surrs n'hich we owe heretofore esterdfd so liberal a patronajre.piomi Jt OR.MO.VD.Cc'rre.ponn'utce .

    ' eight or nitif hundred pound, wat thiuwu o. &. ORMOND. (heir bill. LEWIS k AMES,' jog that all haH have pood articles st fair prices. e'5TOTr. Fbrt2ar' 23, IS',.

    t erbuardChirlcstvn Mercury. ; Newport, April 13, 1S51 14 May <, 16V 17 At'rmIi..S191 dj} April 25,1549. P