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 25, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ADDRESSTO and yet no organ ofthe united interestsof WP must unite with each other upon the one the necessary: effirls lo establish and main- From the .\ l York Globe. 'ter it will be for us and our children. Then ,

run those assailed has as yet been established ; vital question, and make: the most t of our tain the proposed paper.A. New England and Anti-Slavery Peace. the sooner we* Like steps for ft pe.aceabKr; sep.c.ration '. .

the Southern States. nor does there'exists any paper which can be political strength. We must do more-we P. BUTLER, able or Violent Dissolution of the Union. securing lo u* the benefits t now
people of the medium for( of and JACKSON MORTON r derive front slave labor, thc more loerabl!
common an interchange must go beyond our entrenchments meet There i is no part of the (country and no f eo v
1 If Southern( members pinions amongst the Southern States Pub. even the more distant and indirect, but by no II. TOOMHS J pie which make more profit out of negro slave will be our condition when that s | araGon; ,
\t a ltr: ?t'. meeting ( lie opinion, as it has been formed( and directed means harmless assaults, which are directed J. THOMPSON..May labor than ihe people of new and takes place.
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held at the Cap .t 1
Congress .
j'IOtb,j, Houses\ ; the combined influence interest and us.'e 0, 1850.
of the ;Ih infant, the by against: tocan appeal to public Massachusetts in particular. Il i.s said that of
,I luti the! evening > of Tennessee prejudice, is the force which has been most t tpnt'llt opinion. Our assailants act upon theory-to S1110,000'ODU) of exports of Massachusetts, ice W.\SIX'rX. April 221, 1830. '
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il'no' lIrKI'I.! 'I.. lasnv against us in the war now going on their theory we can oppose, experience. They Any person wishing lo I become a subscriber and granite only are the productions obtained' To the Editor lie J : -
Chairman' : : At t a o fer.ollal
bafin* been( appointed{ and] preReeling 1 against a the institution of negro slavery; ; and reason upon an imrnaginary stale of things!- lo the paper, the price of which will be from (he surface: of the Hut h "r exports Mv J IK.\K opinions '
took l the Chair on tnl) soil m-llwc\r my
.1 ; moderate .
?" : IKvin) Hrnuui, of Ala t'l'P a\1 taken no effect il means to make: to this we may oppose truth and actual knowledge. I can send his name, and that of his of granite and ice are insignificant: in vau! ", may be- respect, yet I deem it '
at! the Hon. of Ala and maintain that issue with it, upon whichour To do this, however, we too must? post-office, to his representative: in Congress I compared with thai: of the fabrications: : of the i my duty:, wherever I atn falsely'; "
WM' J J. ,UsroN,
Tamil: the!, Ilrt" safety and perhaps our social ex stence open up avenues lo the public} mind : we, ton, t ithout waiting for the Prospectus to be pubbshed. I labor of her inhabitant: Even her granite allY q-.e, tion of great interest I, to q'ltt.tup"correct the ,
lima: appointed Secretary.Vreupon depends. Whoever will look to the history must have an organ through which we can and her ice may: he said to be ihe produce of. error.
lion. A. l P. HCTLCK, of I
\\ the ihe Committee appoint. of this question, and to the circumstances under appear lo the world, and commune; with each i The following beautiful letter from Mr. slave: labor. Slave; 1 labor pays for (them, creates I :am told, t tint Col. T. J. Randolph stated .
5lth, : Carolina, which we are now placed, must see that other. The want of such an organ heretofore Calhoun, was one of the last he ever wrote. whit i is called an eflicienl! demand. for lo the people of Albermaile! at their meeting '

dressto ; our position is one of imminent danger, and Ins been, perhaps one of(he leading I is eminently characteristic, in substance and them, and enables the South to purchase and on Court-day, that I had! changed. my views .
of one to be defended by all the moans, moral causes ofour present condition. m.tnner, of his intercourse with men. use ihern. This is more particularly the ca"e on the :.uhef: Conver.tion. I know not
at Washington City a young
,cb],, fsuulisinfiil lie, devoted to the support' and and political, of which xve can avail ourselves Thf! is no paper at the seat of Govern- The letter was communicated to the Washington as to ice than it is respecting_ :granite though upon what authority the assertion was made, .
\'ett'fpapcr, Soutli'Tn to: interests,. which was in the present emergency. The warfare merit through! which :.ve can hear o I be. heard Union by the gentleman to whom it was the hitler is in much demand throughout the but it i U: entirely! incorrect. 1 conceive it lobe
Jffrncc; of against t Afiiran: slavery, commenced, as it fairly and truly by ihe country. There is a addressed, doubtless with the feeling that its : :outher S'ates.' t the right of I the oulhern Stales to meet to,
tfYl, anal*! with omc slight'; modifications known, with Great Britain, who, after having: paper here which makes the abolition of slavery kindly and wise advice, rendered impressive The 1 slave labor of the South .r.iishes the get er, for the jrpose of upon _
11rtt'd. offered l the contributed mainly to its establishment in the its main and paramount end. There are by the circumstances: under rlf which it raw material for the vast amount of cotton iheir mutual! rights, anJ of ( mutual
resolution by"
The following new world, devoted her most earnest efforts, other papers here which make the maintenance the fibric.s which are manufactured: at the North, tvrngs-and that it becomes, their duty! to
of North! Car was imparted, was rightfully common
Han.: THOMAS:\ I.I CLIMJMVX.:: Ity the meet- for purposes not yet fully (explained, to its ah. of political parties iheir supreme and property of(lhat whole class, on (the formtlion( and likewise enables the South to pay New exercise their rights, in providing against aclu ;
lira, and unanimously adopted oliiion in America. How wisely this "as. controlling object, but none which consider of whose manly: character: soon depend England for I the labor he.llwe,1, on t thus[ il or thrc.itellJ aggression. This duty bcT .
in": done FO far as her own colonies were con. the preservation of sixteen hundred miliol the destinies ol their wi goods which seek a market in the South comes the greater as ihe movement has been.commenced
That the, Committee, :
,_ ,rfIJ7rfl. unanimously, I cerned), lime has determined, and all comment of property, the equality and liberty flllr. country The leather shoes, frabrics:of wool iron lest their change of ,
lie instructed to NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL, SPA. wool piirpov 1 ,
Address STATE I
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in plllt1i'hjtl S upon this subject on out part would now bt teen or fifteen States, the I protection of I he & nU.TO: and almost everything that enters into con. should be misconstrued, into indilT.'rence
of the Senators and Its Saratoga County New folk, April K'', 1S5U.
t nw with it the in name Congress, who, crneur in the, entirely supeifluous. If, however, her purpose white man against African ttlall.as paramount To the Editors of lie Union : sumptiou, are more or dependant, on slave I timid) unless! the meeting should: IK* superseded .
vresl'tltath'l's was to reach and embarrass us on this over or even equal: to luinlclance labor.If a satist ctu,y a Iju Iment of the t .
mposition; to establish the .Southern organ, subject, her effoits have not been without success. of some political organization which is to see I have spent much lime wilhin the past two we should suppose the whole coast of the ( I by the I St'Sion of Congress.We question .
ainutiifes'ecl' by their: K.dj .ciiption to the. sec lan President and who is of intertM years in Washington, where I became intimately and I ihe : and present
A common origin, a common cue a ; an object South embargoed, Mississippi are eng 'g"11 i in a umt anxious effort (to
oral IC''J"1'*! o1'd'f' .plan '" Circulation, or whumat a guape, have made the English lleratur ours t, not because; he wi certainly rule or acq minted wiih the late Hon. John C.C.lhoUI Ohio closed to all commerce with the Southern settle ihe whole: agililed by a fair

: >authorise! said committee to include to a great extent, and the Hrit.Mi perhaps ruin (the South' chiefly for, the reason who had been a familiar friend of States for:t the space of one n I two year, and) honorable compromise.controversy There i* some ,

: : tlcir names ), ( C'c'rn1nt11 people to mould the public that he will possess and hestoofcc and my father. He permitted me the honor of a. so thai a total non intercourse should tike ht pe that it tot}' he arranged before the 1st

t JloTy7al1fl.Seul.torTbos. opinion of all who speak the Knglish; Ian. spoils. The South, has a pec-iliar, position, frequent correspondence with him. The following place between the South, it wo-ild he soon of June-but in the mean time, I hold il lu be
: 0. IVau. gouge, have not hl'en'ain or fruitless. On and her important rights and interests are objccts letter I received (from him just beforeiiis perceived which section was most l self reliant the duly oflhe South lo organize their deputations
Virginia.Senatnta1t. the contrary, tl ey have been ,deeply felt of continual assault from the m.tjorily ; death. I is probably: the last long letter and independant( of the other. The South is to the Nashville Convention. '

: :M. T.: Hunter. J. :M. :Mwon\ \ht'rl\'r the English language is spoken,, and the party press, dependent as i is, upon he ever wnil'8 everything concerning perfectly competent now to I feed and I clothe I :am sure, I need not repeat to \() my de (
lie rr'sentatives-J..1. :Seddon, :Thos.! II.Averett and the more efficient and dangerous because that majority for its means of living, will always him has, by his demise, become doubly: interesting itself and furnish, all the necessary fabrications attacliiii'Mit to i the Unln.H well 3 la l

1 1'auto" 1 Powell, II. 1\. Meade,,, as yet, the South has taken no !1'p'to I be laboring to excuse Ihe assailants, and to the public, I send } ou this copy for of iron essential to plantation: industr} .- the\"ol.1 Itigins: cf the States-and my sincere conviction '
Alex. H. iIOaaday1'1lns. S.; H-icock, I II). ai-pear\ and plead at the b.ir of he I world, before to pariilize; ab, cir>rt.s at resistance. How is publication: if you think best. I is a specimen ol(f Such a nnn-intercourse would at once treble! that t the Convention would in-jet, not ,

t A. I Winoiidson aad Jl'J''mi.thIol'loll.: which she has been bummoned, and by it now ? The abolition' party can. always be the kind and: simple: familiarity of f his intercourse the value of slave labor at the South. It lo dissolve! but save the Union. H

I forth Carol inn.Senator which he has been tried already without a heard through its press at the seat ofnu\'cr. with the young men of his, acq'iiiri- could! necessarily divert much of it from the Mr. Seveson: : has so clearly set this matter

Willie I'. Mangum.Representative Ilaril; Seemed by conMiiutional: : guiran. then?, but through what organ: or press at lance, 1.t one of whom but: would IFL\'l died. ocr-prolmictiutt of cotton, and direct it toother firth, thai it is unnecessary; I for !me lo enter into
*-T. L. CJingman, A. WYctuiile ties, and independent of all the world, : oft r Washington;; can Southern men communicate lo SI'I'(' hir.. His depiilure has left; a painful pllr uiti. The demand for the labor of the l tie reaOit1sgll1) opinions; :

and W. S. Asjie. as its domestic institutions were concernedIht' with the world, or with each other, upon 111'ir lienrt n'nding vacancy: in m my affections. South being:stimulated( : (there, it would be al With great respect atd! undimintaLcJ re.
Most J. H.
South Cari lhra.F.natnrs.1. South has repined under the consciousnessof own peculiar interests. So fir from writing respuctfu.ly, yours. \ lit same (time, and from the same: CI.W. paralyzed Bard, as iluld! Jan Sync, r .

I'. Huller and F. II. Elmor'keprPsPnlatiV'SJohn ,. right, and independence. and fotburne\ t te to> or permitting: any thing; to be written, which at the North. The Northern manufacturer I ,." sir, yours truly! .
Mi-Queen.( Joseph .1. plead at a bar which she knew had: no juris, is calculated to defend the rights oft lie South; WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 J 1930. of rotten being deprived of the raw THO'IlaTCl' ,

." .o.'cwt.htrdlhnipl ,, diction over this paiticul.tr 8 II jl'ct.II this or state truly its case, the papers here are engaged MY DCAR- : Yours of the 191: insl.uujy material!, would have 10 close his factory. All
Wallar.C'"m. nt. V. Col-1 ,_ ,. rr
: but in the South into false! I .1.' : 1 r L .1. I not
lulling I l various classes of ,
Jltm" L. Orr Armistead Burt and ve have: been theoietically right, pracll.\\ a seenrily nai l received. i am napl} '"I"HI t Ilil t the industry exceptingthose I Preserving Fruits for Winter use.
cork, ally we have: made a great and in manufacturing' there an artitkial you are so delighted with plan of the in, engaged ii; commerce and navigation We copy iho following! from Downing .

Isaac 1 C.: Holmes. nems.: political, diplomatic, and lterr Ali public sentiment, suitable for some Piesiden.ial I slilnlion, and the peculiar ;advantages it afibrd I would he equally: paralyzed. There \CII'11 Huilicultuiisr.! It is worthy: the aieltiul;( of

1 Ircorgia.S avn been used to concentrate the platform, though at ihe expense of all) for rapid improvement, not only in the acqui. at once arise a necessity for emigration lu\'cl of gqod fnul.! Mr. Downing sacs: that;
j 'iui rs-Jno.: ;McP.\ 15eme.ii :iuJYm.. C. pinion, not only of the world at large, but of and every interest you may poess, no mater shins of legal knowledge, but i in a t fanliliauityfrith South to escape taf'ati(1 at home. The elf : he has eaten peaches in midwinter preservedii

1)lwfntt. mr own country against us; and resting up.on how dear or how vital and momentous., the practice and the important matter. ul ficient dt'lnnr for skillf.d, arlizans: and opera- this way, thai were app merit Iy as frej.ii n ,
Jlein:| eutatires-JOSeph: W. Jakson, Alex. the Ulloultd truth: that our domestic insti. This stale of things results from parly: ob.igUio. extempore speaking. I regard this latter a s lives at the South would!. nalura.Iy: direct the when plucked from the tree. As this (bids fair! "

,\ JI. Stephens: Uobeil; Toombs II. A. liar- lotions were the subjects of no Government I : sand a regard to pariy: success. .\II I one of the most essential features. of the ilsli.tlliou. attention ofihefmnPmplnyedthere.: II-il if any lo be a good fruit year the housewife will do

raison and Allen F. On en. bat our own local governments, and concernd hey hit Mibserve the ends Iflhtir i establish- Could 1 have enjoyed, in my prepar, such thing as a dissolution! (lit the Union should! well to put a few peaches, pIUII"! grapes,

j 1 Alabama.. no one but ourst.h'I', we hate been pas. uncut, in consulting their own interests and story course, as you do, the opportunity n I.ever take place produced by antislavery: aggressiom figs a I f !t ra"I\berries. 'I'heusi ofthe anis-
":', S r-Jeremiah, Cle.ut'us live under these assaults, until danger mena. he advance neat uf the early to which they .. dulling every day" in this great art, am d oflhe North, it may be weii ques.' ters will not be as much as ihe sugar w ill f be to

Jtejiresentatives-David Hubbard, F. W.J ces us from every quarter. A great party ale pledged.! You cannot look to them as ihe trial and argument of causes, .. under( con. tinned whether the !1 t'of- feeling; at the preserve them! and then.yon have the fruit

J wden. S. W. luge, NV. J. AUlon. and has ;urowl tp, and is increasing in the United sentinels over interests that all repugnant to slant and co,npctcnl instruction I have m) South would! tolerate the importation of shoals with all its 1urllb\ry! and may take it with

ii. W. Harris. States, which seems to think it a duty they he-feelings oflhe majority: of a selfsustainingmty. doubt I should have been, in all the practica I of lorIIJ'r cheap labor. which would! not or without sugar as you please :"CoL Enq. .

; Mississippi.Sewator i. owe 10 earth and heaven, to make war cH al.unestic requisites ol success, ten \ears in advance (1'oily! \ ,, a tendency to diminish the value of )...\ Sin :-In answer to your queries regarding -
-Jeflerfeon (a\'is. ( institution, upon which are staked In the Federal legislature, the 8''Jtl has what I was when 1 entered the. prui: -.ion. ]I slave labor, bit: mi:hti\ '. dangerous when the mode! preserving: fruit,:* practiced r

I 1 h to11TM'settytives11'S.. I'1"athPistoit.1acob our property, our social organization, and l some voice and sore votes, hut in public well remember, when connected with the Lat v brought in contact with the slaves. in (Isis city I send you the foliowjn as that
Thompson, .\. G.. llrown and W. McViilie. peace and safety.: Sectional feeling have press, as it now stands at the seat of (Government ; School at Lilchtield, Connecticut, the need vvi, Now, in the case of a rupture of the Union, after which the specimens you lasted: were
\ been, ill\'fked. and those who wield, the power the Norih has a controlling inlluence. all tell of some: advantage: in !plakill: Thesi l the most rigid: non intercourse with the North prepared, : .,

Iluisina.S"Q1t of this Government; ha\'C been tempted al. The j press ol this city takes its tone bunt that constant exercises, in which yon arc req-iire I would( be (the obvious policy and interest of Send to your tin riih and get a sufficient '

U. Downs and! Pierre Soule. most, t, if not quite' hey und their, power of re&Ut. u1' the North. Even our Soutlr! pre s is 1 to engage L\'IUf so large( a number! ofoniellow.stuiJtMits r the South a well as tile dictate, of enraged number of tin canisters, very carefully! antI

llp|'re T-S.eutativeh-J. II. J llarnvitison I limileLa ance, to wage; a war again our prnpeity, our !subjected more or less /'the same: illluellce.1 if for nothing else than; tht. feelings. It i is therefore no chimera of iinigination. tighltully ma e. They shouU lie of m'uforni ..
Sere and Uaac K. Mors t rights and our social "JI'm. which, if successfullv Our public? men, yes, our :0111111 men, owe vlf-confidencc "hie. they must gradually infjiiie It is an event not only probable ', but size ; and this shape preferred here is seven
Arkansas. prosecuted must end in our di-strue- their public! standing; and reputation: too often I will, in the end, prove exceedingly val I. certain lo tbl ow the dissolution lit the Union inches III by f five tnch.e in diameter-uiiirorrn :.

and W. K.J ireLas.tian. tion. Every inducement, the love of power to the commend ttion and praise of the Northern uihlc. 1 halle\er forget the painful, th. produced by anti-slavery agitation. Whether : c>!liiteis-'!
Senators-Solon Borllt,1 he desire to accomplish what are, wish: less press. Southern newspapers republish I ; !,, ,' under which 1 (produced! by war, or voluntary! enact mcn's of Select:' the fairest frtiif,-peaches strawber* t

truth than plausibility, called *' reforms" all frcm their respective party organs in this city, Lboicd in the delivery of my "laidt'lsjl.t'ch'Iwlor tariff taws, the effects on the industry and( or wh/il you prase.! It should bf just i ices 1
Urrresentath'e-'r Johnson. are offered to tempt them to press upon thosevhio I anJ in so doing reproduce, unconscious, doubtless a Com I-an eml!Hrrassui'nt which i i 1 welfare of ihe North would he (Iluly't fatal. ripe, but not past the ,matf 5aIli[ th.t[ .t

j'\ T ,u. are represented, and, in fact, seem ill most instances, of the wiong they do, rlluirel years of practice to o\'erCflt Inipove It look only about: fifteen: years aggression canisters, place l the tin( lids on Ihtir tops. and'I t! I t
: Representatives-Yolney B.I Howard and ]n.) to IJp an easy prey to the spoiler. Our the Northern opinion in relation So: public! h Hear) i>-, the rare privil. on ihe part of (Great: llril'ain, and' remonstrance solder them ve.y carefully.). Only. a small ,

4 1 *S. 1 ufmau. equality' under the Constitution is in effect men and measures. How dangerous such a egos which )institution ali'mls: you. Hsystematic on the part of the ihiiteen coin.f hole, of the size of a pin IJult bt left t firths
I .lissouri.SenxiorD. .denied our social} institutions are derided} and state of things must 1 be to the fidelity of your : and punctiul' in (he j performtnceiall nies to bring about a warlike: collision bc>. escape of the j ir. .

U. Alchiwin. contemned, ali) ourselves In'at1 with contumely representatives il is needless to say Theyare your duties ; and reme.nber that iho pn' ,I. tween the Iwo. I was less than tWt'hh'.Ihe The next: point is to drive* the air ont oflhe

RepresentativeJames S. Green. and scorn through all a\'t'nu(0 but men, and it would he unwise to suppose I l legion you have cho" l'l I imposes t 5, as a cenli i 1_ years complaints, unjust l laws l ttl.d'r canisters of fruit, lo prevent their decay. I In)
Kcnlvcly.Representatives which, have as yet been opened to the publie that they, are beyond the reach of temptations ( precedent to success, tin necessity f f.i 1' crimination and! rt'eririnLtiol; and war which order to dl this take a broad boiler pan (with
-K. II. iJianton and Jatnc S opinion of the world. That these assaults; which influence the rest constant and arduous labor.. In it there N I( s'liliced to pro mice a separation between Arnerica I a flat bottom,) place the canisters: in if, and
L. Johnson. should have had their effect is not surprising, Fellow Citizens : It rests l ufraukiwJ lo I .disguising of one's capacities or (demerits.\ amt! (treat Drittain. It will be soon fill it with boiling water within about threa_ .

Tennessee. when we remember that as yet we have alter ihis slate of things, Si) far as the South ii is i I The pi\siciuii's! art is concealed,I. and by Bit|,. twentyfiveyears since the anti-savery: ag- I fourths! of an inch of the top of the canisters '

1I I Senator--Hopkins\ L. T uney. offered no organized resistance to tll'I, and concerned. We hL'c'a: t interests whichwe I pant technicalities, and an air of profession;tl jjressions of t he North l have been systematically the boiler! being over a gentle fire, the water
ll"llretlnlatin's-Jamll( H. Thomas, Frld'l k opposed but ltlC, except the insulated efforts are many considerations in defend wisdom, be may produce the belief that he i i s ; tirlCI,1 against the. rights i>f the South in it should: now b made lo boil. This will r
P. Stanton, C. II. \\'IUial' and J. G of members Congress who have Occasionally h111111)allhe IItral and political means in what he is not. The clergyman has time, a and the guaranties oC the constitution.II ; I drive the air in each canister-ihre.ugh lie small '

', Harris- raised their voices, against what they believed our power. of the first steps to ibis great' I choice of subjects, and a world of. nibs r is lime that the people of all classes at I hole 1.1 in the as lon as Ifl temperature
Florida. lo be wrongs and injustice. "nd, is to establish a Southern organ here a L'I men's ihoiighls, to aid him in his preparation I' the North !should be made to look calmly to I approaches: til.deg. ; and in order to knoW

Senators-Jackson Mm I on and) I D.) L. Yulee. I is time that we should, meet and main. paper: ihioiigh which we may CUll111 with, for the pulpit. Hut the lawyer, whether i iJ I ilie ultimate! and, inen.ta1,1" result of the between anti. precisely when it i is (:pcilt. yin must drop ,

1" Representative-E. Canil ton Cabell. tin an issue in which we find ourselves in. one another, and the world at I.tp'e. We do Ihn office or before a court and jury, can assume slavery excitement. ( altnttion: a few dtops of water on 11& Iwl.: When thus

.llndupon motion, the meeting :adjourned. \olved, ._h)those_ who make war upon us in re- not propose to meddle with. political parties: as I nothing which hu does not possess.-_ the,' two !,sections. _i i..increasing_. r. : :. _increased 1 I "I bubbles of air cease rising through these
HOPKINS l.. TUUXKV. ;lCI'r 1 )interest .1.' tat :is peculiar: to .*, they loW exist, we wish lo enlist t.\'n South I His legal opinions; are soon to be tested d I}the I lo an alarming;t'lIIIH. i< is,1.1. <111' 11; I. drops of water, the air i is repelled and then
of such .
Attest : Chairman. and which} not enjoyed in common will ern man: in :Southern cal; l. and in defenceofSoulhern severest ordeal, und: I.is pretensions as advocate !. ness to close our eyes to the tendency you may pass a dry cloth O'cr the hole and 1a \

W.M. J. ALSrON, Sruelory. them, however guarantied I by solemn compact, ri .ts.IJ he Whig or IH he Demo. must bo real o they wi avail him such alienation. Ii dissolu'it o uf the Union drop of solder f fall upon if. This seals t the
and no matter how vitally' involving our pros crat. We do not! propose to disturb them, or nothing. Arlil I would also ha\'C you remember he dt'sin't by' the, North, then( measures shuul canister up, herrnelrically, so that the fruit will
and safety It is lime thai lo shake him his relations. be beset with constant temptations ) be ( in lime, which would!. a for of
the of the Southern peritv, happiness lit party) ; All that that you wi : remain: unchanged a couple years or -
i Address to People we t should take measures to defend ourselvesagaints we ask is, lhat he shall con SIler (lh. consiitu. to swerve from the standard of high peaceful dissolution! and admit oflhe continuance longer The immersion of the cans in boiling ,.

States.- assaults, which, can end in nothing lional rights oflhe South, which are involved moral integrity.. The very obligations of the of peaceful relations. Hut, as we know water d\tJgllot impart the slighfe taste of '

Tie Committee to which iras referred lli" duly short of our destruction if we oppose no resist t. in the great abolition movement, as paramount lawyer lo defend his client, right or wrung, three.f iurths of the people of the North, are.disposed their having: been cooked, lo the fruit. :I

cf preparing an ..l / thealurelwldrng Slates upon legs stibjret of and a want of knowledge of the true And surely the I lime has come blunt his natural abhorrence depravity: and discountenance the treasonable place. When wanted:) far use. unsolder ihe '
j t
; organ, to /Ir established in the condition of things 1 in the Southern States: the when :al Southern men should unite sir purposes ly obligations, I mean such only as would t (hid free soil agitation-lor God's ,01,1 let lops with a hot iron alt! the fieI(fruit is ready, : t
3 City jmlCr Washington, forth the fol u. 1 larger portion of the press and of! thc political ff sdfdefl lc(". Our relative power in : him lo seek the great ends of justice. (them take: steps to put down at once and fr. having: I.el-I perfectly Irt'stf. d without '
ink:ti literatue of the world has been directed the legislature of the Union is diminishingxviib. Be und this, even though it should result h.. ever the miscreants whose incendiary design the aid of sugar or brand)'. W.Dr. ,
1 ELLOw: .CITtr.iSS.1 number of SenatorsAnd against us. The moral power of public opinion every census, tie dangers which menace your own aggrand.zement, I would not have Ihr'al'l the safety' of the Union, the happiness

Congress from the carries political strength along with it, us are daily: becoming greater, and the chiefinstrument you put forth a !single exertion. In the de of the people, and the prosperity of the Dodd.-Ur. Dodd's, execution has re-

.Sout11erl lt'pr''t'lt'li\< Cfnfldt'raC deeply' and, jf against it, we must'vrestle''ith it o in assaults upon us is the publie fence of one whom you believe to hI guilty Stales. The madmen are brandi-hing thefirebrands Gently htt'f iho su jecl of rcmaik: lit connection .

hnjtres;.d with a sense of I the (dangers; which fall. If; a\\'(' firmly believe, Truth is with! press, over which, owing lo our supiO'ness.Ihe proceed no further than is necessary to elicit which il'not extinguished in the ,flime must with the pnl'ICt. upon Dr.''.t&ttr.-
l>eet those States, have considered carefully us, there is nothing to discourage us in such an; North exercises a controlling influence. the truth by an even balance: of teMimony. envelope their own inhalil\ts: those of their The facts are these. Dr. Dodds's' Probend s

our means of self-defence within (he Union; effoit.The I. So far as the South is concerned, we can: I am aware it wil often be difficult, in ihis respect to which thewouTI' } consign last if ihis of St. Pauls! and Chaplain to the King committed

< and the Constitution, and hu't: cOle to theconclusion eventual strength of an opinion is Ube change and reverse this slate of things. Il is to draw a precise line between the du. I. neighbors. Union cannot South. We must per.potual forgery on a young l"rL. to whom he

that i is highly important to es- measured not by the number who arty: not to be borne that public sentiment! at the lies you will owe to your client, and those dueto war is waged on let the ihe South deal with was perceptor. The a lull t tvas for se\'l .
lathh in this city a paper wliieh, without chance to entertain it, but by the truth which South should be billed or controlled by the )yourself and community. But a cultivatedand make up our to done with ours.We .- thoti';itul pounds and the money was Ida im-d
hl l devoted it believe, know that! I moral sense, the basis of all (hit her negroes, ase have In the filling
reference to political( party, t11al sustains ; we nay we part press. refined mTist ihe letter of the through the a.ency of a broker.
tothft r ghts and interests of tIl} South to far truth is with us and therefore we should nol Lei us have press of our own, as ihe North is grand and beautiful in hum,MI dl:1aetpr. ; not only respect Constitution, but their up of the howlL: blot in the word !l\'f '
of the
MJhcy are involved in the questions growing shrink, from the COlll"t.'e have too m\eh has, both here and at home-a press which and which I trust, above Il things (else, you compromises to interpolate and that led to the discovery of the '
also. \ must not attempt: appI'arlt
out f African blawry. To establish and IItkel upon it to shrink or to tremble-:a pen. shall be devoted to Southern rights, and animated will seek to incorporate your own-willgenerally spirit \ and forgery. 01 Dr HOI being charged with the

%maintain i such a paper, your support is neces. party interest, in al its forms, of incalculable I by lltIJ'f feeling ; which shall look be 1 safe and accurate guide. in Ihe Constitution he restrictions I found there. poxy.Wt nflence; he candidly: : ) that he was the t
'', and accon.lgl.e address you on he( amount and \' ; the social orzanizatiol,, not to the North, but the South, for the tone But I must close. This tq.t\ )be ihe last of ITS which are not to sectional tr author oC time bond, and declared that it would

&IJJt'ct. the equality' : the liberty, nay, the ( t'IC f which i is to pervade it. Claiming our "har my communications to you. I feel myself must not calculate, by of doubtful majority) I I be redeI"c when it came lo ma1uril\'yanl I '
lu the, content> now going on, the conMitu"quality fourteen' or fifteen States of the Confederacy of power in Federal I legislation, let us also I sinking under the wasting power of disease.My ; enforce the abstinence from powers.this Iwo was informed that in case the money should ,

I tioaal ( of fifteen States is put min (l"l's.U"I. -all n.t upon the n'sul of the struggle it;I claim our shale of influence in the pressI of I ond is probably near-perhaps very near. cannot agree intermeddling on with the snb.!e. fie r.funle.: l no Prlc..din"'CII bu 4.. '
: Some sixteen hundred millions woithro which we are engaged We must maintuit: I the country. Let us organize in every Southern Before I reach it, 1 have but one serious wish ternal: irritating in ihe Sister States, then the taken against l him. He accordingly r.uleJ! l t

rt" ro property is involved, dirclly and, the equality of our political; position in the Un, town and country, so as to send this paper : to( gratify ; it is i to see my country quieted un. feel slavery iho of it, JCI 000, and gave an ("xe'Cltiol on hiprop. f '
'"directly, though, not Ices } : ion. We mud maintain the dignity and respectability into every house in the Land. Let us der some arrangement-alas I know not sooner we anticipate consequences for those erlv for the balance. Nevertheless exposed, 1
table anluttut Hut of social before the lake, loo, all the means to maintain (lo all and the best. The sooner we provide the Lord who
of property)' in other IIIS. our position necessary t I what-that wi satisfactory saf.to fatal ihe better il will be here :1.1( taken before Maor, was .
1(1 t( MV this, is to state less lhan: half the doom word ; and we must t maintain and secure on the paper by subscription, so as lo Increase its ihe consequences We suffer ourselyes lo be obliged to commit the nlJrIUllalt Doctor for
Lt hangs over }'oii. Your social forms and liberty and rights, so fa as our united effort!! circulation, and promote the spread of know I. The advertisement you sent me states that after. ought nol irresislable la fanatic torrent trial. (the result: was fatal- Dr. D. was the ,

)Qtiiiutiuiis: \1 ch separate the European l and can protect them ; and, if possible, wo mus sI 1 edge and Irnih. Let every portion of the a catalogue of your school: will be !tnt to any, borne onward by an dissolution and ruin. II f founder! of several benevolent institutions: I af
civil .
ta African race into distinct classes, und as. effect al this within the pale of the Union, South furnish its fI quota of talent and money by a request! directed to your president, J. W. the to war, cannot, be arrested and the one that he specially exerted himself '. 1

_ Lien to each a different sphere in society, are and means known to the Constitution.- to sustain a paper which ought to bo sup. Fowler, esq- Please have one sent to my address anti-slavery agitation of the Union, and : for, and the zeal lt aid which, led t to, his cnn. + .
'Watened' with ovc rtbrow. Whether the The Union of the South upon these vital in. ported by al, because it will he devoted to ihe for ft friend. then a violent rupture of Northern commerce at.I, I \ictinn, isj! the Magdalen Ass hirn in St. ? ; .

t ne"era is to occupy the same social rank with terestt is necessary ', not only for the sake o f interest every Southern man, I wi Lethe Most affectionately, youm. utter prostration is inevitable.industry Il we. George's Field. The 1 money that was fraudulently t':"
r tlp white' man, and enjoy J ( with .hint tht South but perhaps for the sake or the Un. earnest: effort oflhe Committee are J. C. CALHOUX. prosperity the .mit.ation ., obtained was not lo be applied far the 'I': :
equally make minds that \
'w' 'lJhtJ privileges and ips of cilikliij ion. We have great interests exposed to ihi. charged with these arrangements, to procure up our antislavery bt Doctor's benefit, !but t lor ihe Assylum alluded '
l* short all the honors and dignities assaults not only of the world at large, but o f editors of high talent and standing ; and they &: The Mexican Minister has presented ( must proceed ; that it social cannot quelled; Great exertions wore made tf> save'l t }i' ,: 'ii'In. ,

W society, is a question of greater moment those who, constituting: the majority, week I wi also see that the paper is conducted with iho new Catholic Church in Georgetown a that no mortal, religious: resist it political then,, as 01 r lifo of a man that had been so useful < *. .
of barriers ; s
executed crucifix
style, :
" ""o Confederated States.We and without reference tot the splendidly antique ttniluliOHI M
, opposition
of of political -
any mere question can be. i he power our Olt the de :
Such it the contest now plop'rl., -a con.tawhich must defend those interests by all legitimate I parties of the day. With these assur. said to he one ofthe most 1 beautiful specimens sagacious, prudent for mitigating people; the sooner effects: we of this Mrs Franci' S. O-gool, the} poetess. nfei| .r :: ,
in this of the vise
teL1 1 public opinion, ifnot the pre. means, or else perish either in, or without ances, we feel justified in calling: upon you, of the fine arts ever seen part awful measures catastrophe which must eime, the bet, in New YOlk on! Monday) hut t ofCVIUU1ilcI; ;: 11"
lllin/ gi it c.ttHct to be : most t prominent'orce the: ct1 tt. To make a successful defence, ihe people of the Southern Slates, to makEI country ,

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t\t' Jl.vite TI-IL u'ie. \hi"h is now manifestedhi, the Tc-iritorics ofhe lc 3mirnal Plank Roads vs. Rail Roids.I Suwannce Convention. Spirit of the South

Southern CoaTcation. United Sates! ? ) ; That ve'eran! financier and first rate' business We hnvr had the llowing communication The fallow ing fetter from a met
In this connection I notice, wlitt\ i is -- -----' ----- ---. --- under advisement its lias been *'
and elicited
ihe will truy tmy ap. man, John G. Winter, ,Columbus! appears approving suggos- gress by the enihniiauj; ;
The Jmiwrlauccof subject R. B. HILTON &, C. 1
titlify the addrts ,,f,lhile'ter, to viu. iJ-ning nrent lo all, the decay of tint conslitu'ional E. DYKE in the Columbus Times its the esrm**' tion that lh" fiiends of gentleman svlsncv lion nf th.- people flf.\:0ije: ir. L hilf cf a"Souhern
norzlily (if I borrow ih exrtressiou) EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. .
the last eess!'''J of the l.ifj! was IM ttnui ly ,
pnrtmn nt'usmenbfrn conciirriicii :ountiy), wk'Mi the C, .|
: the ptopriety of a repus-maiion ol i lii.sBtatfl 1'his q-fility was manifest( in the ad'ierer.ce' toon Internal Improvements, and I the ilispis.il! of and thtow open our columns to similar nominations or from a \VLij, we. publish it for the
in tho :Nashville Contention, *elecic l a
numV-r of persons a delegate I have not ?itutioiitil! !forms and the &auctiy: alt; cliedocoiutitu'ioual Compromise BilL Internal 1 Improvement fund, will occupy I the under the restrictions named. sene with which iUs! chitacteritei}, jadurnble

Si'lfCted clothd obligations. Stutfh, commu- attention of next and our ALLIGATOR, E. F., May 10, HGO. '.jirjt"which il .breaiLpg. '
fc-tppotrd that the prrsons xwic lilies, and individuals, rep. t ed with: u.if.iher-: None familiar with our columns, could be our Lm'gi'atiire. ., *
with nut of the corporate powers cf the conviction decidedly in favor of the Editor* Floridian Sf Journal? s'iIlr.j1 .fl.trIm'i1fatiTs have '
ng confidence upon the faith plighted iu a conititutional surprised last week at our position in opposi- are very detcrj
State. I !ux-e not supposed that other prisons S1R3-.I amfiithflr ghi1.Jo 5P'ftI .clocing 11w pi ( iOV tiekite
compact. The reserved rights of lion to Mr. Clay's scheme of Compromise.To .- proposition lint Plank Roads promise more t ) tpl imgo ot teh

might cf not ihe be community chuten' in any might form think that proper.the members I he Slates of the Union invoUe some of the the admi sion of California with her im. benefit to the Sate: than any other Internal live- in! toa ongrpss._ Convention Whilst for there next seem ."grrrii. AbnliiioiTj'jTs h Ire pre>{ nts)>?rtiseIF-in ij:<.

conditions to popular! liberty! ; >'eihe f Ihe
repaid the.! appoiutnu-ii'k at Montpimen sipiuU iccessary Stales Mirren."leied their over the m-nse limits, unoVr a Constitution formed Imprnverii'Mit enterprsie in which fliis fund apathy! nbout Tl l. nil admit if* necessity ; and application: oT ttlornia. interin* Union i

as a dee.laiaiion of liltileasmc( of n body and anJ of war and powers! negocialion. wilhntit shadow of law, and wiih slav iy rx- can be invested, we shill publish from! time all equally admit th it if at all!! uilited. we can This w eucoutaging fjeyonjou; mojtjttD eu iiir.f 8

ofemiuenl citiz-uis fti'i u CXCM section ofS'ate' irmy tnvy force to I lime facts bearing upon t this subject.Lt beat the followers! of Filirnor and the (Jalphinc h-
I'liey tett'-d' upon t fai'h, alit! nol upon I toi'h'ld eluded by means of the Executive Pioviso, we
itiJi-.Jj ils shou'd! attend the N8II. the by of that
lhat crtam tliem. have been us not be misund' rstool however. party. By speaking Ilotsz OP REPRESENTATIVES: !
lillc Cuaveijtiun. in American ideas ban ever opposed. can you tell m? what is the reason the interest Apr l ;.>7 ,
A mighty chinge The ma; uiricifnt project of connecting New 1350. II
teferencc ihe Hut we are lo rejoice because Territorial on Florida IOSP, ((1912.I ) a thing more I rnul the '
I Iik'e felt im scruples m to undoubtedly! occmred. The spectacle of con- proceedings of your ,
41f rn.% ;:' .) ii tib a'U-nd the Na h- titti SOIlS S'l III,> and pulled down h.is become governments, without the \Vilmot Proviso, are Yoik with New Orleans: by a Rail Read recent and twice as just, could not have been interest. I have been nnxioua for meeting-WYm, it

\lllc Cti t'stitiii. I rntiteSy concur iu 'he corn nn, lint it bus!; ce.ivd lo ;attract aiSenion. to be given to New Mexico and Deseret. We across Florida: L) be. cousuiitn
propriety; >f the nssembU ofd"leg-Uv! rm: thftUvehofding i Ii a c nstit>ilioiiil! [fI'OVliIDt1 pioduceghe answer, suppose the bill to pass, wliit is to pro- capital, we view with the greatest favor. We Indian sub-Agent and others, having charge, Ci>nrenloit und ihe S
Slates! to c' nsiJiT ilf extent and sliphleat inconveniences! lo Mil individual the from hope that all reason ible facilities in the wa\ had not the tat lo mike i the Cabinet interest. difTjculry: Iii (.btaiuing! the floor in our houS9 !
enl next Congress excluding, by a s1cond ed ? If it i trite that he has nnde j
nature of the public danger. :My i opinion of rpuly I agiiaior, he set* to work ID remove it, of a chatter I w-jll I unhesitatingly be granted. promises \e.ry great, and I have not persevered amidtt
tic imminence of that ding T i is '> 'b that I Ih'J1d ind he c-'tumonly! has t tli mpaiby of ihe com enactment, slavery fioin lhe territories. on the faith of that in'erest in which big infill the! crowd ol competitors. Alter all! the

bare b-arlily apjU.A-J I o'' H convention: nunity! wi'b him.In One Congress can not be bound by the acts The capital required, we. are to'd, can be were interested, we are afraid lie will find the Mr. Websler did the Southern cansnn sperciot

conipited of Jalegitrs! ap, .inted by the (.IPO- addition t'i lhi decay of reverence for another.. And as for its being a compromise procured by subscription, in New % ork. Let flit; in the fire nmr. Mr. Crawford though' real lian! : any thing that has occurred'ijorftilinvige

file! cf tie .Stuie interested in their !high ..jvrrelgn ronstimtio :al observance: at hornw) carnot ; solemnly entered into by the North, let il be done by nil manner ohmneans. That the $G3OtO a large sum to smoke the Indians this winter. 1Jitulueed the people of ifo
chiracti-r.! who might )have been intes. I fiat i row hit, Everglades :- -$ I I15.0i)0) only reu- South I to the
aJJit ions had
hut from our ejes the vist t ate i work will pay handsomely we strongly believe. suppw danger passed
the of the of a
for mvh history Slavery Compromise I tonal,'!,' to put it claim!: t through :the Cabinet. I
ted with iwri s proposing ly they let down.
of ,
plenary p innually tntd** to our population} pet sons I cm'n-eqeml Webster haia
Should it fill however Stale will
and the Tariff! of I 1933. both I our if in the Cabinet
i Compromise would
Billy Bowej<
measures asere suitable fir the prei"Mvati:>nf ivholly tri ngtl to I llioje con tilutional' I ideas rrive.done great; intellect but still he is not a great
.$ the rquility of the States in the Union.My .-- rthichcoiisiituted the I i&t t foundation of American shameless!} \ioiated, warn the South lo phce.no thus Ioe not hiiig. At the sims tim I the it lor ies. bprau! he r-scnts; the nerve and rlrrnnexstj rain
t tact
own observation IMS taught me that p"tilis : liberty. More I I lluin a million! of aliens dependence on any agreements this kind, efforts of f the State liit' be diivctcd lo the But this apathy, much of it is doubt Irs* a great part on n great occasion day

i most commonly averted by firmness and determination Irive landed in ihe r t' of New Yotk alone coming fiom the North. more unpretending, but far more general! owing to the necessity of hard woik, and the has not Webster's mind, bur he has the nrv

and that! the adoption of timid the last l annual increase (.x pi use of attending i ihe Cotive Ut lOfl. More and :he to act out his
ivithin I ton years, an an useful and( profitable: schemes of Piank Roads, courage convictions..
I know But, then, Mr. Clay's; Report recognize? is attributable to I he general sentiment, th il
counsels usually iutites aggte Kion. to our numbers 500,000) i is expected Clay!; took the wrong chuM at the boginninzof
of no security !or the public liberty, unless a I within l the), next ten ear. Everyone who i islisposed the binding force of the terms of the compact in different portions of the State. For t. say such bodies do not afiord a fair expression of the session. He now sees the irror.aai

watchfulness over it is received nothing of She Cist: and! West, with: whose )popular sentiment. They a frw intriguCM he has the iud-
constant and patriotic to hold that the perpetuity of our institutions by which Texas was into the Union, say pen fenc-j to correct hirrwelf.Benion .-,

maintained by the people. The fact that our i is not to be the t tesull' of accident, or providing for the admission, of other States, to wants we. are less acquainted-there i is not a get t together, and lhmt, upon the party a leads the abolitionNfa and deserves the

people had arisen from their JpitIeflcSS, a nd to be maintained i by a blind i fatality, ant look be formed within her limits. Yes and at the county in Middle Florida which should nol man who is not their choice. This, i< possible gallows ; corrupt ambitions and bold! !, he leads
the of the spirit I IJinte in some case*. OUR; mode of olniaiiu'? where
under imp-ilse the
convened fina'tc
had with concern upon (his disimbing clement! in be connected with mirket sis would not (for
noted, would have: produced ail impres. nur federal M tem. What t'lict( t his addition i same time a bill is p-isvd: buying fiom or sea port by the evil, (or diminishing its chances.) occurs to to tread. Te movements of ths South (ba?

flan that! none oflhe aits oflhe public enemy'' j i lothc power and numbers ohi populauou. nowswayed I Texas the very territory out of which these Plank ROad But we forbear going further me. That is, let the fiiends aspirants: rt>. I apparent: untied! and decided feeling nyin&s.

effaced.: The ..fthe Stn'cs I Iin into this nutter at present.-Mr. Winter this commend befote hand, in I ihe pblicprints) their' ted in
could !have equali'y )by I anli-slaverv ideas, i is lo produce up- ; new Slates are to be forried: !12o,000 square o'.r' seveial Legislatures brpvighl about

: the Territories of the Union, itHei of the j r>n I The .Southern, people, is a subject! wot thy ofihe !: j miles-(area neatly la ige enough for three wriles: : respective candidates. Let each man say j a spirit of conciliation in the North and forced

('Xclu'ion of the property ofa portion of ijem! iwo.tld most seiions'consideiaiion.Regaining I i Di'arSii) :-1 I addressed you from Washington what: he plea es Iii support of his friend, but'' them lo abandon apparently ihe Wiunot: Pro.

; have been I the furegon*? conclusion," then, the nvmces of the anliivety I i States of the size nf New York.') are to bei City, oilering to aigue. with I the best talrnl not a syllable in detraction of any other. If I' i--o. But on the new tactics they have adm.

bad this coue hern ad pvd. I know, sir, itIs >': a i'ittion; Ill und ojt of Congresti, and i I bought from Texas, made t lit, territory ol of Columbus! and vicinity( this' comparative the people know before hand'! all who are ted, under the lead of le} administration.therj:

the fashion of these} times, on the pmt of :he distuiIjiug elements at woik to imp-iir: the the United Slates, and be thus .subjected, to the advantages; of Plank and Rail Roads.! I purpose likely Jo be named, it will be their own faults, is apparent; diiision\ tIs1 South. Everyday,

sotnf, to deride the iwitusn that there i daniier. lifeguards of.Southern secuii'y? I have noticed, action of i the Wilunl, the Executive, or any [ to precede I lint: debife (if it should ever it'they don't hive t ihe best one nominated.Ifon they of tin- North, are becoming more emhmdeited .
Tlie slugginJ now as ol old, exclaim; ; convictic'ii \ that council of tho* Stales approve this idea, I recommend JOHN and I still belierf
ny $ i'<, a : o'her Proviso which shj'1!' be occur) by occasional; n-maiks, through nothing can rereuj,
by slavery ex- jour
''Yrt a little! '!ej. a Ii*:! I1Ufltli'I' rt !itti' J is impetiiiively dcmandei by the condition cliheir : Gazette.I BERI; taken from the EUSt t, and by the East, i the sanction; of Congress in lh ? nature! oftrr.

more folding eft 1 I Ic arms in sleep," and t.irnHh affair*. eluded! fion its limits. A' dash ol the pen I hai ii thoroughly investigated both MSJfrr.s where he was universally known and esteemed ? j ritoriai Go\ eminent!, without the WtlmotPro.vi .

1 I in lii ; bed .is ih dour! on i's binges.! A j jnj It has been charged a.Iin't l the NashxilleCnnventio't thus abolishes and piohibits slavery!: i in ten Ito.rv and find nub stubborn facts in ronncc-, lo fill an impoilant State office at Tallahassee o attached.

ouca'.ions before lit* country, must Mtioly ev.try n.ic 4if (he devices of'(he tneniy todeiTtmc the' I While ii: the pu sc s.Son of Texas, this i iltve!: (>rs may doubt whether lhminia" is not all. There is no word against him from any general aetllement-admitting California,p,.
ilini tbe condition) ef things hick! and h and I confn thviifounseis. j quirter. The uhis could not get up opposi- ing territorial goternments to New Mfxico
S.iuthein Stife
peison. c I i l viih mpMfMler! of I t the Rail I Road, instead of
it under tie coaltol of Con-
urTw exist, cann-'i; : 1 mg endure xvithotn interih ( The wfnidr is. that the) can tin.Iiliip territory ; place the Piank Ruail. lion to him. His urbanity and gentlennnly and Uah: without the proviso and adjutm Ih i I VL Hb ii ttt' and who doubts! but it i is changed into deportment, efficient business habits, and strict t the Texas boundary. It
: I c'.mnt it 11311. qie Ofl : (I s at I ihe South to heed r'ich' j iinpi.tutiou i *. Plunk roads: are universally! profitable; } t4 the ; probably! pu
public mind are now questions of udminU.tra'iuu For one, sir, when I lr.iv.' oce.isioti to teclthd t 'fitc soil. Is this matter made! any belter, b\ proprietor( *. I Rail Roads! almost uniwrsallv piobily, ha\o; made him favorably! known lie I Senate.; In this sdnpe. in my opinion, it

or 05 cphctn! ral poiicv. They involve tit! existence: of this Union i is inco'iipitibleutlh ; reason oflhe Itet th.tt t the coiisenl of'lYxusU: (: profitable In I iheir sJoi-klioIder! : ?. every wher' and won him perior71! friends : wtj.1 not pass the House. What can l be ec.

fume of LbS fuwhwnt.il iJcas ujioti which the honor. secunt>, or capacities jiir pro- to be obtained$ I piiortoihis i I dismembennent! In England! xvh"re tin-; hue: b"en brought among the bitterest political opponent lie ted by a conference cornmitten; ( no nnn cai
of t1. wtj'J Stalt's ie.pone. is sound and upright on all questions. He tell. UuttliisI I well know thl}
the ,
gcxeniiner.H couutiy ross of the people! .f Aiab-tiua.! : I shall! make to greatest; i'erffction ; I there a ue but sixteen' : nothing nl
Tbe Socthorn people fl'Vt lh.t from by ati enormous pecuniary consideration; thus is a modest, but sens'ble and forcible! speaker, i without southern votes. Should .
it kno'" n in their luct instance to I ihit; people. out of I 1II rail: I mad companies, wlio'-e shares i ; pas nn ar.I
tbr iia'ure oj ihe association }between ; bribing her to nuke coiumon cause; with the who carries conviction( of his strict siiYcerity. rangemnt be attempted and fail, Californ-i
very Oar State; became a parly: to ( Union by it are s t or above par. Som of them ze a< I
be Ft ales, there i* a pUia! and incon'touMti. 1 1b'e five consent, and when tfiat Union i is a souict1of North in the ci.ut-, against her s-isler States low as a ilim! to I lh' clolltr. The deprocia- by his honest earnestness, and convinces b\ : cannot be admitted wiihnut a resistence vrbiea
right ofth} <* people ol Ibf l h-veral S iU" io manly' argument, without the glitter of the will ?l IMke! the pillars of tha capitol. D'e
dishonor and rteti'nt, I ihe people Hi I II .J of the South ? WJion it is remembered that lion on others in five years has been from a:
with iheir ** ''he Teirito- i Rhetoriciun, or deceitful clap-trap; of the it j we will. Eighty southern
migrate ;pi p"iiy I the constitutional exercise of t lhir power oself.giixernment I the .South to contribute her full shaic of the 8001)) per share down to S'J O. The depreciation : men, coodanJ
Ics oflhe$ Un on ; ibsl these 'IViriloric: were : miy u' o! si that Union. has f.hVn rii"t t heavily the DeriMgojiue. I am told r.e stands as well : true, will Maml and persist in their oppoiitioato
the ft ofihc common efiorlsoflbe States, 'I proposed ten or fi'1ien million dollars which upon proprietors with you as with us. About the West, we I measure which Governmenf,
nut No authority, save the will of that people coul of the Great Western Railway, the every supports
an-J that all are milled to a proportionate make a citizen of thi* State a party to thai I are to buy lhi% dart! territory from a slave greatest favorite of them all. The at.'rae know less ; but I hare heard from those enlilled till exhaus'ed nature will cry. hold f enou hfOn !

tharc in 'hem. j Union: nnci our citizens cannot be deprived i o 1. State that: il may, liccomf free territory, under neil profit i'f.rail toads ill England is less than { ; ; to cjiifitlence, that he will ;lake; well ibis surij-ct you miy rest t sati( >fied.

TOP ton vaveliulJag 5'ati-s in return hav i iFdi .h 'irpo iti n in i it, save by I i ihe same M> er<-ignioice. I the jurisdiction of Congr es, our readers can three per cent, of't t the entire number, of rail? j there, and carry even some derided wbijvites. I / icant tltc SuHikrrz Carfrcniion to meet. Ifih I
I doubt if could beat him in .
l that ibis is I'oe, cicrj* u* to fcUte) pr.ip ; All lha: I ktecw of huverMgniy! and ai the beauties of the roads in New Voik and Massachusetts} the'nctt any one 're are only! twenty Delegates-meet amf

Tty-thut the ti'iiur bj wliicb ihnl property | ih'it I owe of allegiance I I is io i ihe pvople o appreciate proposed profits will bearly reach four per cent. the East. At all event, we shall muster ;adjourn to meet a ain-CnmcnUnns emitftsft -
vhein' for him. Your I.
1 is held, i* a bzic tenure, mid tint} io support, Ai3. I fchall Dot go out' fiom arnon
cotin'enaupe' no streu"tb:; can b>* 8/Tjjded/ them I toplol; a Et.iatCtIolI of I their Coiistiiutioii; I Hut we have no in'en io'i of diseasing this From Ma on A: D-xon's line: to the flulfof; The Comproniise.-Spirit of the Press. insfi'ulions( end the country rfgardtif
bv IUOM'' S'a'es.' I Ito and! the (loverntnenl IhPy h nc estabiislad.If I find but rtt nil riyh' and ire!! enour. But ioo<(f
it Mexico!
j jWe'p'.ead plan ul settlement.! In commencing these re. can one road that Mr. Ch's schema is ihus noticed in tie
tie pro\iki'>n? oflhe Co sti ution. my duties) tt tliC people with \\hom im earn lawful interest on actual cost of I the Smz'h .51elk r>f Union,conc rt. end coKnliovt -
marks, we simply igned! reiterating our construction Federal Union, the central Organ of the
:is =ancii<'!4< to our claim We a Ivor! io ih '"ate i ii bound up did not hinder me, I shoukfni'I } (including intciesl from pivrnrnt iii! I t meet and repel their cliacLs Ihe irlute
alreaJ ly expressed( opposition to i if, without argument. Democratic party in Georgia, a long I country s startled. Errn Southern OH
mide. and refer piper : nen.
icb it Ii : foiieKiing
*;irit; in M MUE: we i i.i my IWO opinions adequate rejsuns r instalment *) and that is the Georgia Rail
tlio faithfulness wjih which we. have nubmil- ; } lo no such pruce. dm s.AH We are willing to leave it in the Road.In distinguished for its moderation and devotion \TIIEIl SOUTHERN RECREANTS

led lo its provis'or.s. The Mi uer is, I thai I 1 governments must occasion cornjilnint; hands of our Southern delegation in Congress, the South? many rail roads hare been to the Union : ,; shrink bacli as couching glares at the frownof

e\ive property i isnattolen'edliy Christian law, and no goveinnvnl can: sati>fy every interes1 t at least fci the piesi'iit. The time, too. of the commenced and abandoned or Mi [iendtd, '. Now, submit it to the candid reader, if Ii vi.cfrr.

and that *!ave power is prejudicial to the inter- and every passion.: The gnmances whiclauthorise of the Nashville Convention is draw. others become insolvent and been sold bv the this can be a Compromise to which the South Editorial Change.
meeting ,
citt.S of the iioniavi'hoding! Slate*, and ncithrr an altcialion, much mure an over sherirT.In .
can accede without dishonor, -without a paloable j .Messr. Btillitt! and Sargtjnt, editors of tb
can be incteased nor enlarged.! The expressJon ihiuw ofa written constitution, must be i."g near. That body will be made up of my reimik. I desire) simple to imke a ; violation of her chartered rights ? Is Washington Republic, have retired from tie
of opinion cnnlnined in t this N uhern! b'e !long-cnd'-ned' Mild unicmediablc ordi. of both eminent for of.'acts !
by j men parties---men patriot. blatt-ment leaving the public to choose this the penalty she ought lo endure to secure f
Argument i* but the expression of that spirit of: nary means. The powci*> of resi.-tnce against I :Ism, talents: cxpctience, love of the Union, I for themselves between rail roads and pank! repose ? But will it secure her repose ? If j editorial management of that paper, and a;*

abolition which commencing its operations I injustice[ allot(It'll I by a free constitution, ate and love of the South.: We desire (the bene. roads.I this Compromise: is made will it quiet the succeeded by Allen A. Hall, late Arsisiirt

during the last years of ll.e last: century, has woti'leiful Ill their efficiency. An eminent will now pstimite the cost af whirh a country ? We have no faith in it. 'I'hefiat Secretary of the Treasury, anJ formerly
since llmt! tin. 1 It k11I t ti. fit of their councils* and their wisdom. We are
continued : his'oriun ofihe timer, of the
logiow speaking neces. [jassenger can be couveyed on a plank road has gone forth at the North, thai slavery is } for of tho Nashville Whig. In their sae.
the cmaneipaiiot? ofihc bhtrks :md the fjtalWf city of good faiih and sour.J morality fot the! prepared to be governed not a little by their from P (Columbus to Macon, 0.> milfs or vice an evil and must be abolished. Its abolition! ; i iiu dictorv, the retiring edifors that perjanzlilifTerences
nacres and cm'eqtent< tlevaMation of Hayll. 'I of government, sa\s: : That t iheirifillu advice and say
support deliberation ICISH in 1'J hours or less when riprehsarv.We the States, is the jjoal to which all these
Wiihiu the Ja't thirty ycnrs, it h is nWoJv.Iho ion not only among I the majority of any I [ Omit I the calculation /7orjJmi.] movements' are lending. Every concession ,i ion ('Xit l between ourselves and ncra-

relttionsofiniMeiand fchtvtt i in: the I British. community, but throughout the uht'e, 'it he The Democracy of the West. So we find that after all twins liberal compensation I the part of the t-'nuih, operates but as a j hers of ihe Cabinet, that are inconsistent

French, Dinis'i :i nd Swedish Islands of hXVlht \ indispensable cmdiiionof agovcrnmtnl! a' once \ all the reia'i; in which stand towards President
The IVnsaci-la Democrat: contains a rail to parties, [)a"HZCIS can be stimulus lo renewed and more determined a.2ressin. : ins we
Indies. It hsoccasi.med sets n.cjpatioti 'frte and praccubl". ISitfCCi-en: anij powerful/ I Ir.-poiled through a line of 93 miles, in a She has one day to I like I.er stand j Ta\or! and the W'hig parly. In I'M
in 'I lexTr ov, (iauiemila: and th" Ii'n.rrican and obstiua'c render Ihe for a meeting of the Democrats ofKscamlia
minority .
may irorntu \ safe and comfortable
; rapid, manner at less Our opinion has ever been that delay* arej of t
and with the determination
state ,
Republics. It bus, pr tuj
Govcrnmenl lo declaictut, raidlnalj'rincij'le ; : i! inn able! to conquer a.ii ciiduucv fc /for llmnstlrat! > the Suwanuee Convention.We rhoire between the line which leaves at the enemy, and diminish our own." interpose nr> obstacle to the preservation 0"

in its p'.licy' is to disturb that relation, I Xn.'hing Isss ih'in unanimity or so orc'irhnl- ni .:hf, and art ives in the morning, or that harmony and good will between PreadeiJ
commend the exhibited the The Columbus Gi.. Sentinel
spirit by ( ( ) says :
of master rind slav throughiiit the world. Ii winy a majority as lo be tan'amoiiiit to un/mi- which leaves in the morning and arrives at T.iylor and the Whigs, we have thnnglitit

Las led to the cxpcnditui" of money fir pjrjioscs ; j mull, on the cardinal paint oj'rrapi/ 'cling conj Dcitmcral in the following piragr.iph : night. We have already seen enough however to our duty to withdraw from a position in wh'ci

discord in our own land surtici"n; to j stitulional( forms, even by lhwe who: do: not approve '. As we had occasion to remark in the article II will be. nrguod that a rail road will lake satisfy us in our opposition to the Commifee'splan. rfe*

iibcraic the slaves in a State. It bus Uhovcd them can render the excitement ofjtoiit.cnl in which we, some months since, nig.zested but half the time. I concede tint but the It is a cheat dignified with the nam; of we can no longer maintain silence in our

the! bonds of church orgini/-dtion, and, bloodless, and all the.aulhnrilics compromise: and we shall measure the fidelity of certain con'roteried qvettions, consistent'*
j pen. jiasf'.on yet expose I the propriety of(his Convention : The question :arises, jjnes! the saving to a few persons
lraling into Congress, it boldly declares thai of the. Sac lo the full licenic of West i i" ail right.' We are a unit in feeling its law in higher than the Constitution, and the South, i by the position' which they occupy
[ pacilc criticism. and purpose. We are free, independent of half a million of dollars on the part of our sacrifice without: regret--political a ociaticns

that fidelity] to the Constitution is failhle! sncsst 1 When our Anglo-Saxon ancestors sulT'rod untrammelled and unpledged. We go fur community. What proportion of our community on this question. and relations are too sacred to be trifled wi it

J the hwof God. All wtiteis concur thai 1j j I grievances from the crown or nobilily, their him who obtains laiily a majority of the votes composed of persons to whom lime is so Speaking of the proposition to admit Californn **

to a stable government there must be some resousce was to render the admini lration im.becile of that Convent loll." precious ? Can the rail road cirry them for tha same paper remarks : or abandoned.

fixed ideas in a community, ) against I which no and impotent.They the same price ? at the lowest rate ever The second which to admit Cal Of the new editor of the Cabinet orgst
So far informa'ion enables to proposes
0 set of men xvill dire; t to array themselves. In refused to grant supplies until llie'.r as our us charged by southern rail roads, the cost ifornia into the Union with ihe boundaries she correspondent of the Richmond En/juirer t ibt

t'jc Southern States tho man who would seek grievances were redressed. penk of the Democrats of .Middle Florida, we would! exceed S3. Would,, every one that has proposed,' we most cordially oppose. speaks :

to subvert the relation of master and slave Before I would resort to disunion,, I would are prepared to assure our friends of the West wants to go faM be willing to pay the fast There is no me lo speak equivocally ; in defining Eminently is the *KW
would be justly regarded as a public enemy.In exhaust all the resources open loan "ob&ti- and East that the price ? Would not nearly all our citizens qualified present
they will be met by us at our position we shall ue plain! languajje for the task he has assumed. Otiginally *
all our party or personal: collision: t ejtr.ednesx nate and powerful minority. Julio Northern prefer lo the dollar and lose the time.
Convention, with the determination to select and we wish to judged solely by the import Jackson Democi at.and becoming disappoint
of this relation by general con ert is majority persists in it* agitation, I would de. Ifhe stalled at night and arrived in the morn would
of words. We resist the admission **
the Democrat for him with our Iii his political he. is nowof' possess
The assaults in strongest and pirations.
regarded as unquestionable. pCtO! the Federal Guiernment and fearle go ing, in what other and more profitable
of California even to dissolution.! Rather
all the of rabid ultra fedt5'Vith
i.nd out of Congress upon the institution and I sy.If| our united energies. There arc among us no manner could be spend his* time. Could venom a ,
than she should come in on her pending scaOT
all the foundations; on which it nf oses, consij. power i is the sole object worthy (pursuit, such prejudices or personal attachment, as the rail road save time for him that is worth application, we would prefer to see her setup talents! as a political but writer, in '

lute an offence. They creite dinner ; they} and for the attainment, of which, injustice must will interfere with our cordial support of the the soring. In estimating the income of the an independant government ; rather than !reaching mediocrity, he a proficient assumes a P)*
linJIsgalH vocabulary, now
destroy con- i done I would reduce the value of thai .
they be ,
promote discouragement ; pow.er. stage line I have allowed 1:2:
passengers per admit her with her constitution
nominee, be he who he The delegates present we especially in accurdance with his pfculuf
i Jence iu of domestic society.They 1 would make iu difficult! its may.
( lhcp"rpeiuity| our exercise result coach, each way, when the allotted, deem
power this
would severed into be
see will
government thirty and Whether it
from his leave their tastes.
cri.nen that society. When lain. ( region, we are pesuaded, powers
are ajjiinst titieci when occasion requires, is ample to *
carry sovereignties. We believe that the the hon
we look at the success of Abolition in lh Britjhlt The Nashville Conventii may tender service homes with the purpose of free and frank double the number by running the horses seperate ed a matter of gratulaiion! with **
South has been overslaughed by a despicable of haw
portion they
and! French colonies to what can we as- ; lo I ihe Coits''jtUtiIl, hy collecting and concentraling conference with their brethren-with no de. double rou'es.! party *'
to shitk responsibility we believe <* *
attempt ; a pilot at the helm of the Republic, J
crib ; fnnn ihe >aui fatal consirnmalion : the of "an abslinatcan J
our nfely resources I think I have conclusively that
eire to press the nomination of any one who proven passengers she has been shamefully swindled of her mains lo be developed."
? The Abolitionists of England and! powerful minority, lo be employed for ihepieseivation can be carried between Macon and
France have not been more active thin those! : ; of the equal condition of the nny not be generally acceptable) but with Columbus, on a plank road cheaper than a rights in of that lawless territory by an and unauthorized believe Allen A. Hall is a fit and proper perw to
of our own country. The anti.hbivery apita. Ma'csnfthc Union. I would do this wnh tin' the detei initiation to secure the success of our rail road, and in a space of lime sufficiently that this wanton squatters, our rights can perform the dirty work of the present C J-|

lion has never attained $lie height in either firm di-lerminalion that when) these modes of candidate, let him come from whatever section short lo satisfy the desiies fonr-fillb* of our not be in outrage the upon merciful net
palliated slightest, by a
that it ban reached in the United Slates. In resistance unavailing, we should
were apply of the State he may. COlnflIIIIIIIY. In my next I will furnish e&timaips of rights in other .-
the Legislatures oflhe Northern States il Ins the goveieign rijht; of the people! of the State of what be done in the recognition our respects.If cci: The Savannah Banks have -
may transpotta- it is to admit California, it is not '
com ma udfd (frequent) unanimous I %(aCS.? IuO to abolish tho Union within t lie limits of t this Plank Roads. lion line, and although my figures are not yet made right wrong by coupling her admission with to receive the change bills of the Sf. MarJ

: the same coinniunity sentiment among S'ate. JOHN A. CAMl'BKLL. made 1 shall be much Bank for whatfer
njres; disappointed, if I do what of on deposit or any purpose
Since noticing this in another article other measures. By principle constitutional
subject ,
has of late %V. (
Northern representatives | re.railed. His Excellency oLua. not prove plank roads cheaper tItan the aver herandmisMon in Ind
Can we doubt that, if the Southern wo have received the Apalachicola' : Advertiser, f rail road law can we justify The Cotton Crop in 1dia.Th0
Late and Important from Guadahnipc..-.Ycgra age charge > transportation. connection with other bills, which would not, 8aJ ;
Times .
had been dependencies of Great Brilam with of W. A. Kain and others Correspondent of tho London ,
States a Ilepoit lsq., Your ob't. serv't.JOHN. w
Insurrection.-By the arrival at llii justify( it as a separate measure. ol
port pari passu 5' I do think that she Cotton crop
the Northern half of the Union, not
France, or Committee of the citizens of G. WINTER.
on Wednesday, of Ft ench brig Fernand, Ga. constituting a I have D
the decree of emancipation would have g-mo tee, master, fifteen .days from St. I'eirie, lint! place, in relation to this matter. Our Mr. Clay's Report is drawn up with much Deccan will of be Bevar good but they year.are "*]* Oil

forth Jong before this time ? We owe our Martinique' a gentleman in thin city has reccivcd ApalachicoU friends that HAIL STORM.-A storm of hail, rain and ability. It is devoted, of course, to an explanation heard news is at Bombay, and w
MlVty to Iho pnlilical powerve enjoy) in the letter dated : the 13th propose connecting wind passed and wet of the bills, and to the reasons which a par. Cotton rising *
Martinique, ever Saturday
Quincy l higher
. Government of ihe United Slittcs, and lo the of violent iusurrec- city, by means of a Plank Road, with the on governed the Committee in coming lo a con. Cotton is now 20 rupees a candy > '
' April, containing news a
organization and strength of our State Govern lion the- on the adjoining counties of Middle Florida. We do hope evening last. The damage to the elusion. We have compared the Com promise it was last year at the same season-ofp11
amojig negroes had the
mcnts. The astute 1411d cunning spirit offan.aticism island Guadaloupe. Ho has permitted us that they will not be satisfied simply with young crops was not extensive, the planU be. bills submitted, by I.hi* Committee, wiih Mr.Cla's then, it'ihe cultivators it means and ouId b
hat discovered this, and hence its at. lug too small to be much injured.By Resolutions offered in the Sena'o' lug their Cotton as ripeuad wbouJ
read Iho letter lha substance of which in but will
to talking, proceed to act. Il is tiuly a cleaned, into the Bombay market, they
tflcki hvobeen directed against thc sources reference to (he flair, is, that the insurgents to Florida, that she has not a private letter from an esteemed friend the 29ih January last, on the same subject ; I profit but kno" W '
reproach one pub. \ reap a plenteous ; you
o'Iiat! power.Tho had burned the Government House-had of in Alachua County, we are informed that portions and with the strongest wish {o see this unhappy be iinpos-sible. The Cotton, even of a, s
lie under
excJujion ofelarory from the conquests burned the p'antation Monsieur Beanvellon enterprise any importance, now ( of that County were visited by a similar and dangerous controversy settled at once cro.. must, for the most part, lie over till e1m tO

Mexico is designed to defeat the equipoise -had committed many other excesses ; and way within her limits. We propoie publish and forever on a permanent basis we feel sealoii. without return, and gathering'?' ,
which hits hitherto been in 8'xnc measure had made an attempt to break open the pri*. hog the Report of this committee rext week. storm on same day, doing considerable bound to say that xve can peiceivo no important IIP sold! alter all most likely a price (ar'

maintained in tlm coum-ils of the Fcdernl on and SiH the convicts at liberty, in which injury to the plantations of Capf. Philip Dell, difference between these bill of the Com Ij.an U now freely given. Nothing Ct1

Government. When tho same command of they VIC kucccssfully! resided by the Gover. C rSonor Don Jose Matuel Tirado, the S. R. Pile, T. W. Piles, B. M. Dell, John millec and those Resolution To those fles. done. !It t is evi.'cnt.t.. cre-te. or rather rr
La been which Governor of Mar. B. Standley ai-d T. J. Prevail. "In olutions we entered our objections at ihe time ; 1
the Senate a' quired now ex.Uts nor and Council. Th Peruvian inter Plenipotentiary, has arrived many the Cotton (rude. I ill communication '
House of "bhoIiId of had left for places," he tho fodder was and they were objected to, in decided terms, be ant tI'
over the Rppn-Mntatives, Unique, with a body irnops at and presented of bis crcd say stripped proved to the extent it ought t to ,
Washington n-
like to know what restraint can bo i jrnpr'&cd Guadeloupe to aid in putting down the ins'ir. from the corn, and the .cotton fy&len to the by a laiga majority of the Southern people.Kakigh .- in the end vilt beFrcm /'"
:! .
4TI:1: the tpread of'he: finitrci m tc 'ht' Sttr. g'nts.-Y'. b. I"eyt"e. lii S F rowd Standard.-


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.- thsth C3nrs3. Fcr the Horidian &. Journal. Democratic I .
Meeting. [Original.
] called I
a compromi3e
< following extract from tae Prospects cf the Gotten Ilsntcr. Pursuant to ridtire given ihe ... T7AKULLA .
% We tkC 5 a ineet'rg 'jf -- SPEIHG.BY t lint is ludicrous: m I ll.e !
: r Mr. Bcrxk in! relation to Mr. Oar MimHie* <:f last wivk, are roiiiirmrd \,\ I--i) .crutj of Hamilton was held al ihft Court SiRAH A. SMITH. it cannot: but I be fell i i : .

r rtherntpnilsfri>mlhedir<'jrijt Rhipjiinj; ports Housrt in Jasper, en the thiid Saturday ( I9trr) -. It-- ;ts. 'ne of ApriiV most lovely d.Ms I radical. The South is i t '
y1fli'I : Hi? tables fir the two \V T|; made uj> inClii 'if Mav. 1? >0.On'moium when-H'e. lisited lhi remarkable Spring-d *. Im rmjori'.v intend to use I -

.. I will in. ;li n. cir, in-the, Hrni place, ih'' :;i i-.tori to I bus 0h: iti sar.1.; )ha\ >. it>rrrH'tdth the Hon. HKNRY J. STEW.RT 5etilTCC1fhrUed, 1t- w-ell-fi.r is: grind: anHcntif Hit t this conviction i>flh ; f ; (

I?: iri it'riMOniiioti ''v 1>> in cquiesce iaCH.nmtt'fi' t h' pr deficiency! from o 3.T'J3, Jo 03: 1,443 bau.| \ was railed to the Chair, and Jonb' !rg-a.r ;>rmati, ji* fiiri's rharining; and( h iv induced I this (,' ) : ? ;
.. ; of iho: t.) adui.l! Corui I)ui inz the last work". thf total I irriMpt&at all P viAMi: : requeued to( net as S- t"flr.virvifls aumties.. It is stunted abuusiyeen t his Bill it Compromise !

the L.inittt.y which she 1 ad t her sen pie iif ports, were (>ny! l4 17. confntiiin<; out The object of: the meeting having, been.explained miles Sr.triJi! of Tallahassee, in the There is r o\v no hop"
ttv1i.; I looking flt thht ulyct rj.tirely: :a- .);)ifliutl I tint very liiilc ()II f the: last crop ro- by the Chairman, on motion of l r.l.arniek tniJit oj y fi est of mignilieenl! oiks whoM-} rcss and the Southern 1.. _

avery question. J thoug'il' lhal&i i)aitls in the} I ritei ioi. and li.at it can scdrct-U C Selph, a committee: was appointed branche-nre covered with diik: and luxuriant j is work God grant t -

tL$ Amer.csin Senator I oould not prudentnrJ reach Iwo millions of hales '(1 nominate one or more persons, in raclr UtJtS. The Spring risi'.s fioni I the centre of n who will compose this
I. dNcfetly consent to recommend the Our occouris from Liverpool, are down to I[)isri! t, to represent the Democratic) pnrtvof 04 rld1r..basin, whose diameter is about eight\ S( rne method of : I : -
Jg 1xe 1St'tk&rd which wa claimed-tonjf th 27th ulto. Within the preriooiv.oveeiX Hamilton itt I ll.e Slate Cumei.trun to be Ld.iU r tnt? hundred \ards. Oa the south-e-isi.! '-f the South the abyss' ; I i.

ce ttic whole interest of the United State* ihe saiVs had been nearly 120,000) bales, at the Lower Mineral Spring on the 17ih ol I here i is an onijt-i: abon; Amy yards in widih; stand ; :
ja tlic commerce xvhch: wtil neces !ariiy beJnWocrd an nrjrance of $d. to ;d.V find the nual June next, to nominate a carriiu'ute for Hepcent.ilive firming the WakulU River. The basin is a .
b ? into thaT territory throiph the port* ',lap about dull mniketp, ruinous prices. lo the next Congie solid rock, presenting few or no irregularities EOT. Dr. .

,ftri?: F,1ri.n, i 8I1 Skin Hiepo, nnd, ac I Ibr Vc., &r., nuking it obvious I that the tn.innfic; Whereupon the Chair appointed Chirnick on its regularly curved s-irlTice, and varying in This distinguished

ee, ( I.jV1l. iTioji? ih the l.i'er.!' as u '.> MS I t ti-T* an- I tinmo l ill-u-od, amJ mot rntriotichsr Selpb, John G. Smith, Jo .iah: T. Ii.iiscen! and depth from one to five hundred feet. The wa. vine time Pre idenl if I .

1P'<$* L!' 'Wing); out o! :.he ruiiiftal iici.es; which _-t i ii: t tin1 HttiUh emire ronstMi'iu I tht'o > .r fames; II. i'tepheas! said commillee. for flows from a large, andappaiently'falhorn. Providence, Uhodt! : *,

;ir(, 1 f.ir; tlieie I could( not consent( to ;p'acc iuij I lh mves| out ot! pure benevolence li'Lo The c-'inmiUee, I through their Ufrairtn'm, less: break in the centre of this basin. The .Moral Science and i '. '

these entirely uuii.n tii cit r.1 of a tingle jioar operative: *. J We do mt ht"ir. Ijovv. reported 'he fiiiou; in:*. persons i as Deie'Mle j.Fntl > : wnl! tniiit!i be aptly compared to an immense general use as text : I e

:taf of *his Unimi. If I had luokeri at thai 'v t'r, of uny fu:tljcr meeting heid u.-nonj Dif>'riit-Aden (i. Johnson, JoiahI bovvl 1, wiii! a portion: of the b. ltom rough '-ad-rnies and College, .
q'3estiofl in contjexi-m v.'ilh ihe subject of sla- them, to vole *' the accounts respecting short' -HdiMJen{ James Farnel) broken out. week j he is, we have .

ten. it would have been dc&irabJe to have had crops, to b: all? a 1uinbzit,'," as they did some Second District! -James H. Stephens, Williarn The water i is so perfectly transparent lint i m writing a work on

; California m one latl.er th.n: several States.Hu months ago. On the other hand, they concede Miil.kan.%1 John E. Tuten. an hundred fre't t Vl-nv the surface we. could his object in coming here

:, Mieiin* as I did. that the interest* ofihe that high prices mutt rule the b.ilance: of Third District-John (J. Smith, Francis i.ee an ordinary pin with! great distinctness, versity, and examine
United States nould be mure effectually; the sson' their only consolation tVinjj that B rovt rd. John S. Pit rvi.m nce. and without any apparent diminution in size. in which it is u. .

tirei cted by the check which different Slates Mich high rate will stimulate our planters in Fourth Di rict-Ciawfoid Parish, William l-Aeii'ata greater depth, the fhh! appeared al. short time there

n I thought it utnri" on I hut ground 'to p.c.nt toadmlsiion I Iib to be a very larg" one. On motion, the report was uinnirrouly con. generay:] at rest or moving lazily along, as if omit he saw and ( ;

nfCihf tmu with hvr f>re*>entlyrist. I We have already! said that this; will not be frrrned, and ordered that the several prst>nsnnminited conscious of their security, and (filled with admiration delivered (mu the students t : ; a
% I believed it wo entirely coin- :he case, and our accounts from nearlv th" be infoimed In tae Secretary1 of this Oft hair lovely horn' When in mo. in the rm-l '/ "

cent to make two States {riving to that porll whole cotton region, continue to ttrengtbenthi meeting. lion, (they seemed green, azure, and gold.- of ihe Crmimersimy and its i.

10 n cf rfie people nvidinji north-not of SGtire. is op nion. And, if we arc not greatly deceived On motion of Mr. Charnick Sclpb, a rommittee Indeed[ everything thrown into iu (transmuting sums and lh? superior -

i>0 :nii., but of 33 dt? ; i
division of the territory for th eaijjitlrinTt ; Florida, prevailing al i this moment, ((17th lu inn i'ipr >si\fe of the sentiment*, ot the j eop.'e and beaulilul eoois.! Among the curiosities I institution, \vhich he I t ) ( -
i of a taluabie member ol the Union.Ifo M ay.) indicates; very clearly that these accounts of Hamilton in reference to the proceedings of hue place, we must' not forget to m-ntion 'the Union; ; said: the -

I *:
character] in relation It, the udj.iission of Cal- j I more favorable. Tlius far, the Florid pbtn.! rec ntly, for the purpose of selecting be clearlv, distinguished in water filmy feet in (lie Univerjily of

jlbrnia. in the propos-d number members to I IT 1iis Ijeen comparatively Iiiphly favoicd in 1 Delegates to the Southern Convention. (lop!h. The hones are too large to belong a great reputation in

t he nlliiwed to her in ;be IIou e of Itepresenjativesof M coring a j gno4 Maud ol cultm.' Our sea Whereupon the Chairman appointed Char to the Eleplnnt, and are the rern in perhaps United Slates. :

:- the United .States. I hold that difli I *< thou !h cool has beenery dry, \\hile nick Selph, Josiab T. Haisden, William Milhkan of the species of Mastodon, known as the Let all who enter its

jcul*)' to ne constitu'ioiml.' and conid not tote nJbr ost of the cotton growing rog'on has been and John S. Purviance, as said com American .Mammoth. an education, feel proud

; it, U:3eS' s upon tie time principle on u hicb deluded 1 1J willi rain. A wet summer autumn mittee. The bank, on either side of the Spring. deavor by every means

woaiJ %itC for the .MU otni Compromise ; I j! storms, caltei pillars boll! worms. &c.. ate The committee thereafter: reported the (following was covered with \ine.< and wild flowers, up its reputalit:n.-

bat i< t'> siy. on the iuiT-jd that the j-nbikifetv j i sufficient' any one of them, to blight all out; l preamble and resolution : while clouds of dtzzlirrg white and blue! :as The
/ required in'* to do an c.rt beyond the fair prospects likewise. Wfurfitf, A Cornention of the Middle! District they, floated bj-, were reflected in the Spiing Invasion of .
::1 limits: of the con&titntion, and to throw nnelftipoiHhe I In proportion as the British manufacturer of Florida was recently held at Taliahas. below. 1'hoe were happy moments spent leans correspondent of ( I -

jutice and jen *rosily of rnconsti) seem inclined to concede that cotton must rule tee. the Ca| itol of said S'ate' for the prrpo&eof by its side, listening (lo the low, soft rii'irmur under date cf May S,
|ueats f'jr tny justification. liicept such a hi igh'i the lest of the reason,\\e see i>ymptnmsat {.electing Delegates to 1 Ihe Nashville Con of its waves, and t translating! i their tones into "Regarding the !
state; *f things hhould arise, it peotwd to rne the North of a restive spirit. Tiiey rVuiito vemion : and whereas, the Comity of Hamilton the relation of some wild legend of the past say is, that during the | t t

: thai there was a constiiutionar objection to the I < dropt hints of stopping I pait of their ini- t vas not repres-nted in said' Convention : alien the Indian and I the pa he.fare St ni1letl containing some 600 m 1

; pr pn
*'. 1 fminJ in the con tituti
United !tat*** aprovi .ionthal 'adjSia1,* should |( utl' rJ to Mop woik and play 4'Ii'utclt! trick*. reedmus ol S mid Convention and 'fheir choice my soul was lost in deep intensity of feeling all well some !
Jrs.nti'ledtoonerepresontatixe. I found thai. j i I i here i is 119 complaint in t he StHtfkrrn /' c'<>. of Delegates.) atm-I I until all recollections ofthe pat and anticiu.itions equipped and
vicled with lull of '
far the parp.isc of baiiu any tuitnber olUii-ui-i I ricx. They are l.nsy at woik, li:id ready salt (: ig:1'd! ) CHUNICIC SKLNI, I of t!ti" fuliirr, were alike forgoiten:t Practice.' The sets !
z ftPTS beyond that it required thdt the repre- 1 i'tentatiou ''r their jinoiU and at icavmabie) prniitt' air Chairman.On in lhat dreamy present. There was nothing ( )
shu..d be app'Mtiotred aecordins tu 1ve certainly have not the l least objection that trotion, it was ro jnar t Ihe beauty ot'tn! cen?. Alt hough a loun tn incognita,
be t-citain that he
E1iiiher ; that the siMit? KpjHitfinntncnt: I t tI lh''V_ frhouhl at this juncture enliir c th-i Itoir. ?. That a copy of the proceedingsof cloud v.'otuj rn w and then obs-nre tin sun. to ,
funds bi
vouiiJ require, in order to give Cn iforuiu tw.* I j'represent.iefe. p.ratioiI. until they can I3eOV :i"t miU t this m 'etin !bO frtv.t rld lo tlw editors ofih j; it was only thithe might: suddenly' appear; ex-Sein'or seem Henderson to p'enty. I ;

: : : a p.'vpnIatiuH of H1.3GO t5ot I 1 jlp"rM i borne but f; r ijn; tnt Iels with all the} coarse .- Fi-Mttirtu &T ,irnil 1, with the reqi"st that I ; more bright aul g'otiou' than ever, anti ;present ? :
rint n not fureigners, not merely 1 t !iabncks lit it are wanieJ And we say air tin 'th<' saint' be piihii !ied.D.T I to I the enraji'iireJ! ga L of I the beiioU'T, < accumru'itiz; to ) '
rank i in the inland wht' !
t i
ntite i lifoniians who are not \el c'ti'n-'iii i l ll"nit to our brother plan'er, b)'* nut frightened atibee I mn'i'' (he iii '..iing n' ''iT*'! fine die;. I the enchanted: Spring in all is: loveliness.- ,
rl States t di i T the treaty i ut thai tricks. Butt me ;t them with flrnine.. II. J. STKWAUT{ C/Mtrman. O.ir paity were in .1 merry mood, and neg.tnto a republic.! Tho>p of' I j :

VlflflhJfbr f wttled] inhabit juts of 1 the country The liinj ln come when we can insure proper JOHN S. PmvivNn:. Secretary. express their wishes. One wished I lhat: I he arc mostly from the % I;

of ibat clnw of persons v-bo wre cont-mpl.ttfd f prices for our produce, i if we have the were a iish,, tai he might live in t ihov* spiik-: could do goud service : |j
c }>v iUe irameis (ij thai coustimiioii L 'n they [, spirit lo demand! ) ( them not only for t the grow: Democratic Haetinj m Gad den.Pur hin and transparent): wafers. Another dc received notion is that !| '.

& teqairrtl a ren-Tis f ir the J"HJ <* ot fixing th j jingcrnp i but fur %ears to com3. L"t each u.itit: to previous notir *, a nesting of, sired to have u floating jnlice-fil residence: i land sonie time nxt j jernrnent I ,

rttM uf reprevpiilation. N. u-. wr, I liave tio |June reflect f r himself and converge heck | iKMnoeraN was held at th<* Court, hoom, i ini for a king-to glid,* at !pleasure o'er the bun.ny will* I I be ove* m! !I ; ;
uioence? of the /art., I d i nut believe that : with his neighbor until a conceit opinion ih I i Quinc\, this "JIs: day of tubiy. IS.'jO : waves. Anoli.er d i.'ired no ippier: life S3 Jack. Bat (T{ ( I I ; ; t'

lqfty IMIJV *lke Ira** au evidence of it. I do not f fallowed by conceit ol action. (> u rn<.lion of Judjje J. M.! (> .1 ilchri t, WM. I I than to btt near I this delightful Spring, and I doubts. TliB Cuban ; i is

Wiieif. ihat the fut exist*.. Although there ; A PLANTKK. STAFFORD) uas called! to the Chair, at dj when he wished to dream, of amiItt that was: year had the most :

i, ty lit a 2ivii uuoiUer of pf> 't1I> in the Territorr. 3ay 17, 1650.COMMIM. (;COKGK: A. CKOOM appointed; Secrrtarv.Trie : I bright and glorious, to tank into its crystal operation in( New Odea I
' yet i do m t Jieite! '.- tiieie can liuliMKtd I Ciiairrnin having explained; t the obj depths. saw ; and I am well : I

i Ihere tint numli r ()rel'ti iuhabitatds [ 'ATEI.J j j.ct of I the meeting to be, to helect .Jolegiteto ., W*; must t now, lovely Wakulla, bid the ment of I the Lmitf rs' ; l -
who arc citizen* of the I'tnied Siaiesiiiu: ; : I' Madison Female Seminary. the Dernfrratic State Convention.On fmre 'eH. Thy flower-gemmed banks, I thy: Captain General ihin .

ihe o,nterpuiion: of that provision ofthe t.HtIri i Til:is Institution t was opct.fd on i Ihe 1 Mi 1 *;::1 j ) rri'HioM of L U. i K.: (;Jiloon, I the Clnir appointed fl.iat itm.r clouJj.! I thy balmv: breeze, and silvery the government i-.. I 1! (

#tit'11i.aiiidi req'ire Ui4t represent:i iJtl I i January laM, and though} it beg-in;: undr tiis- I a Comrniiiee of five viW.. 12.Kicrea :. watery can never pass from rny memor\! is certain, and that N, ( () J i
11 a'l lie proponiuutfd' according to numiiers. !advantageous circwnstancf*. y *t we ate 5iap. j 1 e, j iii,. (I. Smith, K. 1':. (;li/i/ nV., A wi rd relative to t e oriii of ibis r Nmm now on the island wi il:I 20"s! [ II i
1 l py to sty that it* prosperity nnd advancement I ] I II.I Mitchell and Jno. Ch} ison, to make: a seK'Ction d Spring. The lakes; of MidJ e FloiidiInve i:! tirthe reason that thy : I l
t 1C: w.lh tills conviction tipnn my rnlnd.'I acqnesce j second, lor the *.
lintte l far ifIvo from each reason
she expectations of its ] precinct, to till sal id some striking an.l p 'culiar! characteristic -
I iu the }id nisMui: if Caiiiurniu into t'jeUtiion : > ole population. The I j !
warmest friends and Numbering !situation.On h- (
I patrons.- : They ivc generally a suS'ei ulear I I
acquiesce in tb.it admission in
I dero-1 I (over lorU pupils f>r i Ihe pp'senl term. I :I rr.o'ion. (.a0fl. .i. K. Mii nn, atnl MajorIsaac > pis>age, thro rgi! \\liich! the> delitr': their expedition I am afraid :
giJnlheitofevefl a.l oiU' r State, since j i iCtfa A sum of money exceedingSSOOii, ha al- 1 :Naih; } ins, were added I lo t the Co.nmiltee.Tiie va'crs.? It is not uncommon to SPC lari e in the ominous word '
they are res-tricled to that provi ioi ofthe) -
these Jcuuuly, for educational jmrpo-es. j through; Major: I Xathan their Chairman i, miles with an average depth} of ten or WA&KINGTO d
. reasnus I licmH; it n >si! ;e to concur j I I'.
in the ion \l.ich | j' Laige atitl i c )nnn' diou< brick edifice are the following! p'-r'.fiis ns dele! jitesiz : feel, become dry in a day or two. Abo'utfour ( .
coiiouiiUtes the ad- Tin* Ilyuse of
pnivi | 'jbeitit: erected for the Pernale! In tiiui! mii.ia ti ( hf& jjj incir in'i I to all debate on I lh i
wb-ch will Let liiT.kwith and Jii stop;
in tlrat ready f'r occupancy on the fiifct Wabbinston.J'rorn lake "Jarksnn. At the present time, )
cheerfully uroviMonbieh propasa to r ,' January next.i Hock I>!!iif-C. R. (in-gory and A. about three fourth of what a few years: ago r flu as a State, on
L- piva {jivernnieti?'i t tie! lirriUtrie* of Ne't June.
- .Mexi'-o and Dew jet. I d uriois fu1. i! The I Iiutituti'M) wi',1: alwivs br* provided Campbell. wns I the bed of il.u lake: is eu hi'r under ctilti! t 1
was < : o! -'i------ ---- -- ----
filiini obli.u ('wi.'i'i a.i tie ani cci ien .".l! Tactillv, anJ | FrMi G/i'z1oc1ik--C. M. Egerton and vat ion or serves :as a pasture for nurn-rous i ? &
: 3 our >ns to lhat p'-op'e, rd ,
: ih-Nj the wi.l; ri'tr i> Kupp.red; v.ith f.ill! ntrl complete :M. .Morgan. herds of cattle. From lake Jackson lo the I t
prc'ec.; *! (ii ivejntn ir. :and Li\\*.
: I confurr: 'd moil cbcetf.iiU in the oi ihsion 4 4 1 1i Chtiicil, Phiooptmical, an.J .ronomica.1.1 From Cliaton's-Jno. Chason and Jri i. nt-i !hboihootl of I the W.ikuIIii! Spring, I there JAMC ; \ ; I ( | ,;ce
Atjt ttati < : of irihs small
| i j.u a n'guUr s'icce'sior* or ponds.
2SL V.titnt Prtvn, b&&t I teriit i1 *%. ,t ihi:itIEai j :
i ft.K been The Trustees are detertnineJ that .rFrom\ Cross Road*-(ler. A. Croom and uhich rise or (all with the Lake. This has OT the t-2th dny of May: !
: i timple net. unHocorapanied by '
51211 be wantitm on their to mike it hold Neil Ulack. Ihe firt sttiiersof this !
the reasouk which took from it the healing in.fluenccs part ; led] (lo the reasonable! supposition; that WakullaI !
upon the pijblic mind H would olb<*rxviie a first place anionij the Literary Institutions oft, I From j//i/ >'-W. K. Kilcrcase and \V. I H I:: piing: is the! nillrl ofhke Jackson. hii kit several children

Lave ba.l. It ieir the imeiencc to befulrly our countrv. C. i Mitchei: !. Tallahassee! Ma; \ S30.tfir tolatneat hi d.-cc.ise. *.*.

OcducteJ, that in tile .tininn of the Later from Europe. I 7ro.i .QUPey-J. J. Ct'Ison and KiacFurguson. F-t JneAiunciHc .\>tr Diem! $ia Ka>t M"onon t

comm'utec, a j o ver ecd i to impose; the re.rlctron ETILI. LA.NO, aged about 5'3 : .
/ (Xadcs L. G. Compromise.At
and r-j/rt McIClvy! and C. C.Muni. ;.
*! that it tai tit be >ietc *ed wben- a recently a rtsideii! cf
shotiid fcicainvhip: Hibrrniairrived; ; at Halifax length IliC "Committee of tliirtc-n: Sena. I (
vcr to a case I ause renJer'n" it necesary I on the 1.1th inst. with Liverpool dates to the From TAo.uaW. S affinl and E. F. tors to whom had ln'en referred I the task n! I-i CoI.trr.biH: on the j I I I
uo to. believe that this Monof J V
espre wife of the Rev. Dr. L.
; Dean. xettlitig the whole diflicully, now agitatin r s ihe I:
421 ''he
which I
t iniwtd the
; that IVoticf calculated g Ti-aJt; ii: the Manurac'tiriuj Ii tiicts; t 5 is j On nntir n, it wisi Northern and Southern; sections of this I Union. ; I. v.iJ,! .nlvwines'j! ( ; -rent\! j jof I .
was t. diniini the
liplieficit! influence it t would bm in [ repotted: as quite prosperous and btisk.M .-.- i OrJere i, Th-tl: ti! proceeding* of thi} < rneel.( u his been laid before the public.) Great (as supposed: ) of an j .4
liannb'iv pro- loncvlail1t.t unchaned. l'ioviM..nhud I) lug b" MMit lo ;ih j iitnr;: -> mf thFiurtdian anxiety has been (felt as to the result of their
aiuunj jh- t* ple of the United )- adin'u'c-ed.
Stair: ?, and ; the a-j.talioj in thecousin'1 j! Juiiri.ai, liir ;pu'uiiiM'ini.WJieieupoti labors. They u.-re all practical: as well asfwhicnt
jmen I The sit t ival of the Tlnropa, confirming then ; :he 'neetin,, adjourns] men. They all tiwierstotKl p'i ictli OJ the condition, of tAr .

I ( S'I1 of a Shot crop, bad ranged: j rett: WAI. STAFKOIU I), Cairrzflr.oiwi the popular u'Iiny itt the States they severally llink of the Stutf iif, _(-; )
TutsJiiy morning
Southern Press at Washiajton.We j excite, meat: in the Cotton in ti Lit. and: the : A. ("ROOM, Hrrrliru. represented. It.their Ileport irrikes no on
call I JMCS! of th 's'eek) amounted: to !)!;.OJO) imie settieim'nl of I the question, it al least di;pas! I
the atteUinn of our readers to the oi whIch i-peculUoiB took 3S.OOO at an ad- 2'iOM Vse Moiz Jt/zrN/? the relative strength popular opinion on the i DiscounteJ notes running )

.cdrrs! cia the ou'*itle c.f lo-day's j aper, pub.! j vance of to J of a penny per pound. The Southern Press-The Compromise. points under discussion.Btietly I Notes Lichjiige aTid Bil's under dn. ; of.

by a Urge nutnler (.f Southern mex The Queen was safely delivered of a prince "Every Democratic paperiliM we )have seen the Report proposes the admission! Considered good, i | '.

be114-f: Congress in behalf of a new piper at un the lbtf May. or heaid from: in North and South Carolina ofCahfurnia: with its present limits,-the makin" '. doUbtfUl at

;Washington.& .%l(1Igith{ lh<* address, weftccivcj i, The 1 parliamentary proceeding* are without and Alabama since the cluracter of Mr. territorial governments of the country ., u..J.
interest, though the .Ministry had again been I ('lay's pretended compromise has been known South of it, without the Wilmol Proviso,-the :
, a note fioni .Mr. Vuiee! which we'> left in I denounces it in Bill(!* rrctivablc. L
a flUtlority.At I the rno>t emphatic and decided fixing the boundary of Tt-xs'S by purchase, JOIJUH City fcavannah. ., .
much legrct iLxt we src pretented fiom publishing was quiet' on the continent. KLCI\K terms. 'We regret that we cannot say as and an impracticable method of securing tothe. co>t,

by rftison of its being) mUlrfiJ.! Air. Si'i: had been elected a member 'f ihe As- much of the I Democratic) press of our, own South thmtt recovery of fugitive slaves. Bond C. R. H & Uai.kingi -

T. sajs thit Le will gladly! as he dotib( tu.t MMiib'y! from Paris, having received full one State. Whatever course Whig journals There is not a single feature in the bill reported UouuhmaIIy, 3,101)i, cost, ::
will hU half the votes of ihe army. might pursue, we had at least hopt-d lo see which is not objectionable. We cannot :
colleagues receive th? namt'sof Stocks ofothrr
perons The fireek; queMjuri is not yet settled, nor unanimity among the Democratic, and lint s.ry) that we expected more from the m Janking House and Lot '
detiro'is' cf subscribing.V.'e is it likely tn b' so .n. no pre* of our p-uly' 1 at the South, at this terialsof which the Committee( xvas (firmed. liwa Ual estate, :

sljicerely hope that this; cntrrpmc may' There bad been arrivals from J India and I moment of peril and darkness, would be found composed of Great Men, but they were t

: Lo Kueccssful. \V'e junk to it as the most important j, China, 1 ut no news of importance, At Can- Anna>u >.!ikp, pres-ing the hemlock! to her nlso Great Politicians.: They knew well the Due from other Banks and
ton the market for manufactured good; bad I lip*. It is in stir Ii a crisis of public! alFurs temporarj* popnl-ir' impulse' and they ftandtc Surrtbe. Account !
: Kgf tcy lively to be omp'ojed iu iheitally ()%fleiI1at declined, but reaction was aniici- that the want of a fearless: and independant control it...-.They knew that the whole Ex1'ents, ,'

4 ; important work of harmonizing and pated. press is rnrst sevet ely felt. Hut, thank God, North was disposed to sob the Sou'h; and thai Kcsultui"I'rotrsts. balance with

r' uniting Southern, sentirn'-nt and Southern men a mj: j uty! of the Democratic) papers, of th* a portion of the Southern Whigs would standby Specie. : *

ju behalf of Southern} rrglits. Unconnected The Sight Spirit State are already with us ready to defend, ns and see the larceny v/ell o'oiie. 'TheirRrporl oteIm and Chetksof other | *.
The la't Columbus Times contained a call t with walls; of rock, inch of well anti (liie L'amuks, ,
with j uiiice! it will ji columns! alike! every ground ; I inly represent deplorable ) : ,
g open for a meeting in lhat city, on Saturday last. ethers will join n and of such as do not, in condition itt which Southern Right have <
for Southern Whigs and Southern Democrats, signed by nearly three hundred Whi"s and the words of the dung hero, let us ask out Mien in I he est inatiisn au'I
desirous of interchanging MCW>, and hairnon- Democrats to express I their ot;>po<:itinu to I the friends fchull three!: hundred Spartans at girnblers who rule our Union. (

;iously co-operating in sustaining a cause higher repoit and propositions of the Committee of Thermopylaeabandoned by the other Greeks, We have always hitherto understood that ncompromi i iCirculatiou
and more sacred than that of cither partv. Thirteen, recently submitted to t the Senate; : o f betake themselves lo (fl'-ht."* 'e implied a mutuil concession by C.4pittl Stock., ) I
th United States on the Slavery
question.- The called AINsuuri
so -
$two conflicting pailies.
It requires no long argument t. how ib atVe rejoice to see this prompt and patriotic: Sr. DOIIMO.-The schr. Henry F. Baker, Compromise was only a concession ol cUimnl Deposits.( DuiJcn4, .

die papers[ now published at Washington are "Pp"1'1'011' $ ''.V'1C'' people] of 1'l' ulesgre.> to Mr.Clay's at New-York, from Aims Caves; i reports that feeling on the part of the North, not of proper.lyt BilU payal.:*, a
on (he 1 18th April t the authoriiiev of lluif other Banks and .
; proposed sale s.f the South. The ib : place South had Due to '
uei ibe
inadequate to the demands ofthe crisi*. The I -yet although a bargain Hessrvtd 1 ;: ;
were rnuteriri the Profits anJ
all could
i* now fairly! made We cannot longer rnerr iliey get to :
laleHigcncfr and the the up. assented lo it, and was disposed faithfully to -
Itcpullit, Whig pa. pnot.pone its decition. It must be mel. his TO to Port au Prince, lo join the Black Army. adhere to the contract. But we now find .

per we believe to br. ,both against the Soul h. lInt t yet too late to retrieve our position ; but I which!? was sooij to leave-to attack the Spanish 'California is to be admitted with slavery e.pressly .\- State of Georgia, > 0D .

The Union has contended manfully for Souther4i to do this will require the most prompt, united part of $ihe! Island : and it was expected thai exclude South ofthe old compromise Ckatkdn County, J : : .

rigliU in time past, and though differingvith and determined action. To falter, or hrsitate: there time tuo would soon bb adeoperate battle between lino.-and ibis is called a compromise Ter.rilorial JONATHAN Insurance OLMSTED.Bank, of the ;
will now be fatal. Let the of ot'ier contending arrni cube : '
people formed
it : GoveriMnents are
in '
its present: position, we make no oath that the foregoing r n
counties give a hearty second lo the move NOMINATIONS Oito.-Ihe Whig StaUs? same line in which no reference i is nude to to the l bebt of tlu-ir ( .
complaint against its course ; for, as the orofthe inent in Mu : i
and the Senators Washington this T.DVVARD .
cogee, ut Convention met Ott the 7ih inst. and nominted the subject ff slavery-.tnd as a great '
gLQ Democratic party, it doubtless! !! 1 foelfin who have undertaken the trade of pat. the Hon. William Johnston, of Cincinnati, as fitr+;Jr'to the South! is'called: a compromise.Tlie : JONATHAN( this( 3- ,'
$b4t (firn duty is to the party. We waul a Holism for profit, and have used the right* ofbe f the Whig candid.it (for Govern >r. State of Texas is dismembeied and robbed Sworn EUVS an'l UIIEU.J. '. vilt,

paper whre duty shall be to die South. The ( South us so much capital in trade will 1f 1 offkTiigh'3 of stjvt'reignfy) that sht Tallahasser, May 5, u
on&\. too soon find that the tpirit of our revolutionary! how In Correct an ttrror.What little, flay give up lands .where; tho institution o I -_--
Southern being a party paper, however' ires fins been rekindled in the bosom of the i i<;ly.oo.ing! : red-haired monger, is thai play slavery i 15 tecured,- and lhi) i* called nc.om r' I It
ia ils: tone, I i, of course not: the ve. South, and under it* ncrir. Influence' we shall j ing among those children ?1'' promise I "A"s\stem rs proposed for appreliending i *

hide whicir Southern Whigs would choose for I proie at invincible as (fid our fathers in that I That, madam, i is my eldest son." fugitive slaves which will place cud MD.* PAPY lo and act an 0. : '

the of their WZitimnts. more unequal contest which they engaged.Maccn .-- Indeed, you don't My FO-what K beautiful slaveholder! in the power of his servitors, anc I Florida. $
a Tclfgraph little cherub it ikP! inlp2rprtual litigation with them,--and this !ii Mty 35. \y> S



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Republic & the Arlm'l; s'racm.-tfcw 4TADILITV-SECURITY"-PERPETUITV. MEMPHIS INSTITUTE.- --- --- rat l lj bUtrtitfltCl1t9.; QICi} ti h & 3 tr1tnl. 'f_ Business Carbs,- & c. ,

Plain llortfc.-Tltf* W".hilltlllllh'J'uhlic i has .MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
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}('I quile:r>nt>rttliyit n9ird'J acsjH'akin with $900,000.THE Tim regular course ol Lectures in this Institute Jefferson Circuit- -Court. Cotton; Brokerage; ?
commence on I
8 >,ine sort of au'.horiiv l b'r tlu) > A Iministration. \ andcontinue
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. until the last of February. The Anatomi.cal Martin Palmer,] -
It lias : ; several articles the : .
lecently ptihlUhed BERRY &
will be and ROWLESi
Depratment open ready to receive r! K K M s :

nature of hich remieis it imjxHlant that: the OF :EW VOUK-? O. 3.: WALL ST., students by the first of October.. The Medical Department Catharine Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish.. TnRF.F: DOLHIH per annum if paid in advance. i. I IN addition 10 their bU"lf1t a. "'"':II'n.ftr, ,

public hlimiid know,\It: they I'p"scltlht' \Trr AcCumlhte Fund. Nov 1st, h.(. $ro.. ( will be under I he direction of t following Bill to sell residence of estate of James L. Parsh. to THREE AND A u\LFif p.iid: within six montt Commla."lnnll'r.hlI", \\ III t give tutu all f'JIIOI\ard

vieyvsol'ibe 1'iebiJenl and his C.iljmet. We L i 1.1. si-curdy \ teJ in BomJsamJ Mcrt j'es PROFESSORS. f\y debt cue Complainant. FOUR DOLL\U. if not paid untJItht' end ofl he>ear lot selling H COTTON fo planters and Oll.fr,

had hfC1 led to beiiiMvtliat the IVcsiiJfnt was irs ru.ut l Mie! in (ihui city and HrooUvn n, ami >t >ckf Z. FREFMAN, :1 I D Professor of Anatomy. I N thiscati-oC. it apjC.h; from the hill which was z- ThE'oIe teitn will he rigidly adhered 10, and lei who the may,. arrival not lIft of I'the steamer)' "to all",1, and w"it.

anxions that the noblefiorts of :the State and Cit) of \ew.York and UmtedSutcs R. S. NEWTON I D. Professor of Surj crv. filed i 1 J.ln.o.1 CirCuit Court on the Trh, day ot 'h fln: p. als atllll,
duloiily : no paper will b<" discontinued until i I all arreara .- arepail ( spot they will he ready I to take
fl.ivtinment. II. J HULCK M. D. Piofessor of bill affidavit of Complainant an, adtanh'thl'
Theory and Practice AiriIIS3ti. is Vrii.d by get(
the of' Ihe Subscribers market that
Clay: Webster, Cas*, and other statesmen l of Thi* fund is rapidly increasing a widely extended of Medicine. that Defendant.( Calhaiine: Ellis resides unl; s at option publishers ma ofer.
will b? received for three month at One Simple* be !Jeff for exhibition.erafe .
the Senate, to t ecurc a general settlement of ..uid proppIOI11 business. W. BYRD POWFLL.t D., Professor( of Physiology, beyond the limits of the State of FloiiJj, namely in may Chaf.t'StO.
Dollar-'ix month at :SI 50. Every order (or the ai.d prompt returns trade.
the s'averv'! question' should) be II.- The Company decUred a dividend of profits of(if- Pat hnbogv, Mineralogy ai.d Geology.J the State of Alabama :
!lcct out of thi! county must be accompanied with January 5. 1 1S50. 52
percent ou all eiting policies on the 31st K1 D., Professor Materia Medica Therapeutics It is Ordered That publication: be mide paper tf
1 Hut 5 the intimations of the Republic \\ithin the .I\c G:1 of Ihpreore the cash, tinle Jrnury, ISIS. Medical in in Tallabisee, Florida, fr tonr
laM few days would to indicate that his Jlrisprnd nce. !nm newspaper regularly authorized! agents in the Stale. LEWIS -
: & AMES
1(1 Insured. J. MILTON A. M M. D. months Catherine Ellisto
AH the Profits are divided among the Su.mR. Professor of succe!sively requiring said ,
"njliiencc is exerted infar.orof\\ic\\ adinis>ion cash Chemistry and' Pharmacy. plead answer or demur to said bill, on nroefoiethe DEALERS IN
The premiums are in annua1ty'o'rnia'tIILil -
of Culiloruia unconnected with the n.tiz:. I ., or juirterh' payable, interest being. added on tljelcired > J. A. WILVIV, M. D., Profe" nr of Obstetrics" and first t Monday in S.'ptemhernextorthesatne will ADVERTISEMENTS DRUGS MEDICIVES:
tion of Territorial and thsrsforeagainst Disease ol Womc'and Children.CLINQUE betaken! pro rOlff."o. and set down for hearing ex- Will I A inserted\ the rate of One Dollar per square PAINTS OILS, t)

he grrat scheme I'ernl"lts of conciliation>. I The.IM patnvMit IJ principle :,'adopted by thi Company secure LFCTURERS. parte at the Fall Term of said Court. twelve line for the first,and fifty cent for each Toilet Articles. Pernmrry, &e., \Tin.Iov.! CfaPiNTEfl5' $, .
THOMAS I BALTZELL, Judge, 5ic. subsequent i insertion. A reasonable deduction ,
to I the tor WHOM? benefit I the instances: : .fedieie.-Professo'r II. J IIULCE.Sirrr.Protksur rtnrMirj AJP COLOR ;
jectcd in the Senate.Veaie wholly unvvilJills parties without( May 7, l0. will be mid\ on l.gal notices, estate notice.yearly .
ollheh'a'II.I C", -
are ejected! I the whlie R. S. Apothecaries' .
to that (J NrWl'O: A true Test notices without alteration Glx*.* Ware, \ ;
suppose : 'n. Taylor, has cxjMiised subjecting them to the heavy)' draw b.ick ol accumul Z. FUKEM M. Anatomical Demonstrator. copv- by persons having C". "
C. G. FIFF, Clerk. regular accounts with the office.MI IlEahove constantly! on hanJ,and (
the simc, side irith Beii'on and Sward, in this l t"t."j premium notes. The kCS for a full course of Lectures amount to rp or iale aft the
May 11. t tS.)0. IS mIn announcements of cindidafes for office lowest market
important crisis, but if he hal, we desire to P. roor' miy etFect insurance on their o\n lives ont hundred' and five dollars.Eacli I < in FIVE
invariably advance. No attention LEWIS
I'oLI.\R'4- &
know the fact and tell his 1. and the th'cI of others. A. married women can insure I Profe*!ol' ticket $I 15. Marticulator's $5.Denontiatnr's oilier T-ilIahassee! AMES.
we plainly : November
; suppoit.ors the lif of her hus'.iaml the ben '1f' of which ?10. Graduation iS20.Tlo Chancery. will he piid\ to any for annollncement,Inlpsi'a'cornra..i.tl 2II: |{jl7. isTOVVr.E.

iu Washington( th it upon,! such an i isue are secured by law for< the exclusive use of h.rsel or e ili"-irin Ft(; Ilrlhpr information please address CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY FLA., with( the cash. -10; : ;, D- ;;
wil 'All religious, mirri.igf, and nbitimv notices published : ,
the Administration in
; icill Ince
II parly tie children.Cler their letters (post( ;paid) to the : and "tudentsanivinir Mvv TERM, 1S50.
gratuitously but editorial nolire for & PAPY
.'i1fl X'Mtcs. Tilhi of the :* men and all othersdL'pendpnt upon\ salariesare in the city will plea"e call on him at Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram benefit: vilI be; chanredas advertisements.private ,

lielieve Jen. Taylor )hone,1 and patriotic are specially invited avail th Mn!eUesyl 0 resource the Commercial Hotel. R. S. NEWTON Benner. Attorneys ant! Conr.sellors atHAVING Law,
tlu-ir families ma be si-cured } Divorce.
mid exalted! motives in whereby surviving ) Dean of tIle Faculty. ry. formed .I'hQ"ialinn"of
give him) cifdit 'lor : ) FO.IsilIg Jon WORK. : an the Practice
I lrnn the evils of
) his pulu't! : of letting the 'lVrritoriet> re. P.i'TipMet3' explanatory penury. of the principles of Mutual LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. Hpzlkiah L. Thitle."PROOF We well prepred to execute Job Work, !suchas : ::: will atff-nd! the several Conrfs nf )he
bavins been made that He/ekiab J.. Thi' are Middle Circuit of
E. V. : KING of and Florida and! in the DislrCf
main without legular governments until theyapply Li'e a'ui -fralil: its advantages :1 Professor theory practice bills, cards' blanks pamphlets.c.with neatness Ponrt
L ,
In.ur.act i\\ of resides out of the state 01 Florida, I i* Or- } 0'' the U. S at Tallahassee. All b'uint'lienru'
'fir admission into ihe Union. Hut with form of appUcatio-t, '. be obtained at t i.eothce tp and djspafdi. All work of this description, ilfd
I they t. JOHN DenFir.i.n, E" ., Professor of Commercial (lnr, upon motion of S. R Mallory, Esq Cumphinanl'sSllifi'ur to their care will receive prompt attention.
oxpect from his p.ittiotiMn a cheerful waiverciliiis : I of the Company', :3 n V Tall st.or of any of its JurUpiuJence.TrRMs. < that a hearing of the J.ictscharged except for person having yearly accounts with Ctf-OtHrein the Capitol.

agent the office must t be piidfi-r ondlivery..
in the Complaimnt's Bill be had ; and that a February 17, !I&-l.!
scheme in f,1'OI', of one theleading -$50 ncr Session. ._ 7
OWl TRUSTEES. --- ---- -
whit.f notice he I i in
I h"rf'f published some public newspaper -----
fi ienJs of'COflII mnUe in (CrfiiTros are Jos. II. Collins David C. Col.ien, -1 communications. pertaining to this department of this Sta.'e! for I the space of four months at leas:. SPRING GOODS. MEDICAL NOTICE.

ptes.s ng foiward to adoption! with all their Wm J. Hvl.p, Alfred 1 Ivlward*, must t l.. address.nl to I Iv W.'M. KING, Esq. JOSEPH B. 1..NC.\"TfH. subscribers arc just! opening their Spring
Tenn. Feb. 2' ISO: THE
ccr 's.-Richmond; 7'r ( Whig). R. I II.I ICud\, W n. IJi-IN t Memphis, Jud e Stuthtr which has been well and carefully selected Dr. Charles T. Darby

-'-' .- -- Pi.-d, S. Jo-cph Bunt, Key West Mirh :') l l'.5)0. 1'2 .4m by an experienced hand, consisting of Stapleand
The Faculties for intellectual abilities, moral F.SPfCTFIJLLy:
Church of C. W Fdb-r, Isaac G ::, Fancy Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Oils, R announces to the public in general
Episcopal England. ,I h and tonable acquinment VM ill!| ACTION ASSUMPSiT BY ATTACHMENT.Haley that he h
"oil profe compare o' hIm P. Yelverton, Henry W'ls, Paints, and Glass Crockery, Hollow-ware. Stationery \
The in the Church on the question with the most distinguished i I in our( .Montirellr !Florid.i, and will bf fonnd
rupture Wm favoialdy olnty. T. Blocker, at all Mrr.-s
ThEn Std.' :Iofp. Amonn| 10 $1,117 .Q. Furniture, Clothing, &c., &oc., in short everything
nf grace by baptism, has b-en one of the mot Stacy 15. Collins, ZlhJCC Cook, The Medical; faculty constitute!an anomaly i in this ... t)amal'S swor$2S33 U't. needed by the planter and hue: hmily. Xii unles* .,professional I en!aze"! Strict attention d t

(prominent topics of the fltn;iht. Since the John II. Swilt, Join Miller, or any other cou'itry-ahl of them are able lecturers Jamet.Tradevell. !relt part of our stock is bought with cah, we are be I"iid to all professional I calls.

decision of the (Council ordering Mr. JnhnYid4vvoitli, David A. Comstock, and the bc-t teachers.Those THE defendant, all'l' other persons interested, enabled to give good bnrirnins. Please rull and flee.lcX.CGHT -May---5-, -I 1SH--- t is
1'iivy cur sreo rapliical position I the commencement of the -- -
S. M t Robert 'hll'r.rouv. \\ilclllpmp1ate hereby hollfed & ORMOND.
jorh.un to be [ into the living from .Cor'l:1. James Chambers, and ulr ion can hale no above suit, and re'uirfelo appear at the next Term, Newport April 13, IS:O. 11 I (; EO. 'V. 1It'I'CII1NS; ,

which. on account of his h heretical"' views \ L Prnvn, Jo* ph Turkerman, doubt as totlierllei ibility of our situation for an enterprise (on the fourth! Monday October, A. D. 1S'>0.) ot

the ha I been e\ lid -dby I the BhO1): of' et r Fred. Whittlescv, Moses \rinnpl, of I he kin'l. As to health, including all seasons the Circuit Court, for (the County of Leon, and State Select School for Young Ladies, AUCTIONEER ,

lit Uuh op h is pi till.he J a v o'ent' pimphlei au. Charles I l l'm.. J. of Ihe j year, we deny that ANY OTHER CITY of Florida, and plead tothedectaration I filed (therein QUIXCY. T.lLLIll.lXSEE. IL?.
John! C Cruder, F.nuenel'itilh i I ,
dressed to his primate, Dr. unHc'r, the Aich.Jiifchop Walter Jay,- Francis S I (thiop, A common error exist< in the minds of imnv stu- Attorneys for Plaintiff. : session If I this SCHOOL will commence REFER TO

; of Clttr'UIJ. ch'irging him as one 01! Alfred Ill, J. 0 Tlntclier.) .1. his rdal ire to the place of stud( )in:!medicine ; April 13,1'.)0. II I 3m Tillnet June 101 h. Having engaged an accomplished Messrs H. BOND, J. W AROYLE. D, C. WILSON,

Jbe 1IV4I sanctioning a judgmentwhich .TOPIL R. COLLINS, PrtsMtnt.lC (host who i ntl.ld practicing amon? the tlisea.ocs ol and experienced Teacher to take charge F. II. Fi.\co.T.J, Hooso> and J. T. ARCHER.
: I I South should i educate! t hen- Notice. March 10, b.W 1IJ
was full of heie.ies, and eh tlIeiiing AHIJATT, Sfrrrlary.JJs. fhe"Oestlc cerlainl : of the Mn-ic Department this Scnool now affords

BUTXT, Count ft tor. .he. "Ihool, \\ho!e practically dc- : mothsafteditc, I shall apply to the Honor every facility for jojng Ladies to acquire a sound
Imo lo deny in 1 the face ofthe Church t that with those diseases. SIX J. L. SHIELDS, M 1>. j 9, BOND, :. D.
JAMfi: R VMBM:, .\ t.Tallahissee. quianted i Judge ol Proiiite! in arid for the County olJeTer.on t thorough, and accomplishtd Education.
(;orhiin avtf-il inking : That the be s.itififl of the .
deni' public
amlwd an heresy; may permanancy J. PHF.LPS Principal.
January) 19, l bY 2-y ( for .ydischirge; as one of the .\dmini.lra-
at the oaun' tiiii" that if he cannot do this, of this,schoi-1, we feel it our duty to stale, that Irs of, Willirn Bellamy, late of said Ci.nntv (ICerfh Mr. PHELP, ) Drs. SHIELDS & BOND,

lie fchmi'J r he f.iiled to ( GINS. till Trllleo and Faculty form a UNIT in action SMITH SIVKINS. Miss !lfTP. A.RD, > Teacher.Misol'OVLE *. \.: G associated themselves together in the
tlilhe Churlh 'o.Td COTTON H
\\hkh I au2iir! well for its futuie success and that
the them ; J CMII'V, Januiry 10 I IS-V 2 Om ) practice of M.vlicit'.e. 'Siirzj'rv, &.., >ter! theirservices
tavjoidt. to
permitted give 1"1"fn
:uL the peculiar internal organizationlnrh connects Q-iincy, Much V). 1".V). 12 lOt to the citizens oi Quincy and the surround-
iheir decision to the r1oJ. He as! o cannot be interrupted.'
gross \ JESSE I.r A 'r SON, then Notice. ins country.Qincy.AnDl4. .
( for having, in one of E M. W. KING.Prti'ulent Groceries Fruits &c.
reproves Tl. l t.n. :31
of te months, after dite, I will apply t<, the Hon"r-
l his *-ri'in:s uuiK a q lotation from GiflJn. GIN '[ CI"\CTCIn, M: yl1.1 1S50. l 1" Km Puwly. i SIX :> Jidrt: rf Pn.! .tte fur the Ci>iin'y of W.isliinglcn TlT'sT' received per Schooner William H. Pettes from Thornas Jeff. Heir

;' an iiilidfl iiu'.oiHii! ," aud in : pin Palmyra, Lee County'V Georgia, torle'.feisol! cliomi."j..n (lr<>mtion Iu'! a.lrioiila- ,J New Orleans, ,

fur having: in a certain sense. nude u"e of the )ur.o inform, his frienls and the public srene- $20 Reward. of thc ettae of Mithcw Tucker, decapd.HF.NRY St Louis Flour, Rio Coffre, ATTORNEY( AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW

M'urd *' reasonable." *' 1 theHuuiipuf rally I that he continues j t ttie above Ltbi ini at O EAL. Tobacco, White Bean, T"\7ILL nractlce; in the Cttriii Court in each
t \\AWAY !
) from .ouhscs-ihcr.sh the
protest, says: 1) ( >iiI first of .
l.e '?, I S.o. 52 Om Olive Oil, Oranges, V V of the Mid.l.e, Circ rit.and in
Ins o j old sta.id t ; where he willbe happy'lo supply ( IV January County the bu-
; 'Kxeier: "against the use of reason >vith a yfr t rate aiticle. As an c\'i.I.ICl (,If IWFI I January PRlSCE h.la cIfI"iomc negro fu-iiov Brazil: Nuts, Lemons, preme Co-irt and United States District Court a

In dealing with the gre.it my.ttfries of fur reiigon 'j'ulity of his work, hp would tate that out of the feet nmed jIJ' inches, about high, round c'alf faced aie, ,remarkably about( five Notice. Whiskev, Rum Tallahassee.Monticelln.

: aud to direct such I tiutnb! sold him I the tint has e o Gin, Claret Win<. Janairy 2f, IS IS. 2"
hope always mp"11 II'' by past year o-ie beautiful yvliite teeth, vt-i V Large feet i and' hands ; isis SIX hnthi after I he date. of $thi} notice, I will

: the interpret tioisof: ( ." fdl d I to give pcilVcf satisfaction-and' \\nnlJ ao r.-ft'U'in'o II'in his, | ,and lil\ls uu; Ins words whenansweiihg ent my yonohers, arid accounts, to the lion. For !sile by
mtwrll. who 11a4 of his sJI.ch ALFRED: r:. HOC. CARAWAY W. S.
gi\'cthe name 01 any one one No Judge ol Pnb.llpl"r Li-on Cmintv. Inr a final settlement SMIrH.1 [ DII.WORTH.
ni'iiU ,ihlet he h like\v a question. particnlir: marks about
: ; ci
i cJe cOlca.iul pain the. ol the Qin j in u>e. He is i intending to eiilarnphisettablislimeiit his body by which he could be recognized. It J is and, discharge from the K:.tate ol Dr. I. I). March 30, 1 1S-V. 12 Si .1ql_ r1ATTORNEYS J. & D ''L'.\'OHTH 1,
d"ululcts il this which; lie willIe -
cjrlilar\ coniJrab'y "Edr.l) mean. probable he otnewhere in the neighborhoodnl New ton: lie cf said Coursuvdeceased.PATRICK .
Ill miy
Church, hoever he m 1\,1 b,, "hI"hal'tlfur e-ial>led) I.' lili order (whir'lll.1 t year he was 'in- Thomas county! Georii, i lie having been in SMITH, Adm'r.) Watches, Jewelry, &c. AT LAW ,

lo carry out I the ju IguuMit of t the CnUfci! .>, .ale to tin) with Citis, it po.utilc, superior;; to any ever slid county. Tie! :lbo\E rewaid "ill be ;paid tlr for his March 23, t 1554). 1 II-(rmNotice.;, i-" .- rrinn subscribers have just receive' JO TICELLO. FLORIDA.
iiunuficlu 1 in SouthwestcrnGforsia.: HethinUn: .a. veil' a !gout' supply ol Goods,
Mr. ( "I sife conliiiement ill jjil, so that I can him
any gel
inJacting h.
jurhar. protect
CHI. Jill v 7, t St'l. 27.
that every )year's experience "pohles him to nuke a & c1k among which are
linues, that any one wh! ,. ives mi"iol to little better article. :again. Tobias Gold Lever Watches,
; HENRY MAS1 Werk after date. I shall tothe Honor.
him till he retract i is furore ani 1 determined SIX A. E. MAXWELL,
a Silver Levers
s ipporter Ileinga practicalmechanic.and Hunting ,
Sopclmppy.FIa. April IS, 1't 2m J'.I..e ot Probate of Leon County for Ittiers
of !11?re iel. I protect t, in conclusion, that I that mine bat Ginsot (the very fir.t cU-s shall u.an- 1 of Admini-tralion on ihe Estate of Seborn Hoi- L'Apien and plain Watches, ATTOHNSY, ; LAW

without sin-anJ I by (tod's" grace I will lf"t llreJ in his shop he feels sat' i nt\nrtnl! ; them Teacher Wanted. comb, cfa-ed I. late of said Count Chains, Sil4arni Kt'a.r.r3c..tol \ 7ILLattendall I the Court ol the MulJle, Cir-
CUJo to to the ati fjrtion ol the l)1Jichaer. lie Hosotii [Pin*, Rings, Earrings, TV
not-hold: comtn 3fl10'I with linn be he who operate deliver them. Iree of charge to purchasers at t \CHF.RiswantedtotaUcharcerf i theCentretille Mayl.lSVJ I 17 G. C./S. JOHNSON. IJ.i-nni Buttons, Sleeve: Buttons, > cnif ;; iTie: over **. F. Curnev's" store.Tahlihauee .

:lie who slull abu the cooimis- \11 ..fit. Masonic Acall.lIlf'tilal.I A reasonable Oct. >7. ISl'j, 42
may, so e hight I "ir plantations. \ Notice. Gdld [Pen and Pencil Cases,
blOt \\liicli he bears." All en;iiements male with his travellinsj Ants, compensation willbe i I I ui yen tonne of ap. Gold Pens in Silver Cases,
pioveJ qualification. For paiticuUr, apply to the date, the uider.igned, Admin- S. S. KMCHT; ,
Your re-iders he the or orders to the Proprietor at Palmyra: shall be FOtJRTeeksafter Silver, TaSk, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons.
tint >
wH awar present prom. tly attended\ to. Hoard cif Tiustets. i ( Theus, deceased will apply Marble! Clocks, Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer,
case involves in degree a tri.il: o! R K. CALL, Piesf. Ihe Hotorable Court of Probite for Leon
great fr)>* Iljuiring properly done in the most durable to t County Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks,
tnngiti between the Purseytes and Orthodox manner.: F E.; CARN. '(r'v. for an orcVr! to st'll I the Wi ol S. (E. \ ol Section 2(), Setts Waiters &c. &c. TALLAHASSEE, FLOKIDA.T7"EEPS .

Churchman, the former being represented byihe ftj-ll: is also .\'nt (for the sale of Chapman W1 THOMPSON, Townsliir 2, H..IlIlfe 2. N. and t. TOWLE & MYERS. constantly on hand.\nrlnffi'ti' fir sale at a

Hi hnp of EKh'r and the latter by th"Archbishop Rind-ll's & Co.'* CAST IRON HOH"r POWr.l: UGU ELIT.. SIMEON TII F.US, Adm'r. Mirth*, '*:'. 11 -LV. small advance on cost, for cash all the "Tdm!>
MILLS in Southwtler and I'lorida.Contiacis C. May I t,15Z0. 17 ard article in his line. Floors of approved <;ujliries I-

; of Canterbury. It has already! : can be ,m
elicited .ins of a, daily. widening breach be.iwen \ information wanted with reiard to the cnt t anti C. C. FLETCHER. Notice.SIXmonllti received Soap. Candles, Lard and all similar articles-together
at my Carriage Repository,
the two partis, and the Ronun Catholics operation! ollh.'sl mills, ran hp obtained' by address- April 27. l icso. i i- after the first publication of I his no. JINT 5 uU's with to; T, with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts

Palmvra Lee Co:intv,Georgia. I I the Hon. James E Ciooine: Raisins, Fus. Alm"nd...and all olhel
are watching the fierce energy of the Mishop ins me at J. M. WILLIAMS apply; to II) without (. |''S, articlejusOally
with the admiration and Cor. March I 3Q.1S5U. ]12 !> Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a dischargeIrom 1 Rockaway, 4 seats, found in similar, establishments.;
wrongest hope.- I-I \S j-M received per Schr. \V. H. Pettes, from the administratorship of the estate of George; I oeroiid-l.and Carryall, Store nex door above G. II. Mejinniss'ca Monroe -

o Commercial Avcrtiscr.. Tax Collector's Sale. New Orleans:, Young,deceased, late of Leon Count), Florida.DAVID whichill be sold on the best of terms. street.

virtue of tie! authority vi-sleil in me ov law, I Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One D. YOUNG, Also! on hand S.ldJItBfi.lie", double and single' 1\priI2., 'S-l. 17 ly

The Great Gorham Case. BY have let ietl upon and will I I pl"I'ln!alE, !. Hogshead choice Brown Adm'r. of George Young deceased.. Harness, and every variety of (roods. ) and Wares usually --------

From the proceedings) : before tho Privy fore I lie Court House" door in Ma'livm' on t the br4t t tM FIT s-ale as low any one else. Sugar, March, Iii. t".rn {I'J Vm found in a Saddlery Establishment, ; and all kinds GEO. H. BESTWICE,

Council Committee: it appears I that I the doc. > April :'I, t 1S'0.( I; Court of Probate. Wholesile & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer,
: or so mich thereof as will sitisty i the Taxes due D. E. HULL.
trines taken to be .lield by :Mr. Gorham were ST.\TECF FLURID."SII.T CII.\'tI FR', TALLAIISSEE.' FLORIDA
hereon fo the sear h :, to Wit : New March 10,1>:). 10
-that baptism is a sacrament necessary to I The \ I E 4 S. I hIT 1, R.t, .V anSi H ; t hIS W 4 Books. Washington County. ) March 8. 1'0.IN KFT.PS: constantly on hand: and for sale af the

salvation but that the of >ec
grace regeneration \1cInt reo bdun.ill '-\. }go I..r wit hi Tan others, such a* Unices' Life E.: Hnss, minor heir of Robert Rn s, deceased: FFW casos superior St. alien, just received I hi..l line et business Ftonrsnf best titiahfieo. So-zar,

does not neccssaiily accompany I the act of{ JOHN PATTT.'NON, and Tuvc.I.1 I Illholdl' ,Travel, Rambler in Mexico On the petition ol Stephen J Roche and James. i'1. and fur sale by CofTee, Teas. Bicon I Ihms. ,$'ai.ttes, N'lfs, Rai

Jiapthm-that: infants baptised, and dying he. Th J Collector I fo Midisnn. Cuouuoty.De"umbpr Los GI in:.>:i, &., fo s.ili- lv Lo'ig! !ciiniie.4:, pray iog toat Sion Smith, Guardian McNAUGHT & ORMOND. sins. Lard, Whi.kev and all other article iisuatly

fo 'eactuil: sin are certainly R.iveil., but Mi'it in 1 l h4t.! 47 f.m :trCGIT &. ORMOND. as ali>re aid, may be requiri-d to sue new. !ecuritie-I 'l''pnrlprillJ, 1-00. 14 tound in similar E'.IJbli.hmt'nll.11 r.on"TaOI-
is i Newport, April 13, 1 : i 11 j in lieu petitioners!, or in default thereof, that( said ing to nurrhasea'iy ol" the above articles are respectfully -
no c.ve ieg 'lcrafon i Iiiptismt.ncondi: un Tax Collector's Sale Smith be remov.d from .aid Guardian-hip: I It t appearing CabinetMaking"KTiH -. invited to call and price them betorv bu-

at. 0:1: the theoralical redness( or tncorrertness Paintings and t to tv.e satisfaction of t this Court t that said i 1 C'\\'ht're.
Engravings.A irog f -
-of the-e opinions their lords'.iipa: re- B y virtue ol' the authority vested in me by law, I Sion Smith Guardian ol R- bert E.: l\u-s, trifler heir "J'. ." 1.t :: 'r hiving taken the Store formerly occatied bv L. & Ii i Greenberg
hive levied IIVf, and will expose for ale, be- SMALL and ';h"ice as orrlnlol f"r salt.l by of Rub-rt! Russ, dA-eased resides beyond t the limits ._ Shop and Ware-Room; rl'c..nl Jij'S
hut the articles fc to.. lit t Monroe and JetFer-on streets.
fused to pronounce! ; cOlstmilg '011 I the Court I House door in !I.di."n.fn, I the fir"tIDNMJY MrNAUGlir &ORMOND.Newport of the State of Florida, but in one of Ihe States of uf"upied by Mr. Gerard Vmgeihoet, May Corner 12 iSt'i lQ
and fonnuidries ofthe church in legal : \ JUNE April 13,1",0 1 I 11 Manulaclnreall kinds Cabinet Furniture
a nvuirmr in n 'Kt, the following desrrihcdlands I IS.F.BURNEY the United States to wit: the State of Mississippi, prepared to -

,and remembering) t hdt eminent'dix i illS had or so much thereof as will sitisty the Taxes so that notice ol said petitioners cannot be served ,and has now on hand ajjoodissortment,which To the Florida Volunteers.
lilleri'd in the J4. thereon for the year 't9I! to wit : him will be sold low for cash. GEO. tfAMON.
) on subject, they :
opinion upon
the tlf the Arches Court f"'rs..cJ The S i: 4 and X J E i of Sec I H), E 4 :W 4 of S'C WOULD respectfully' call the attention of his It H therefore Ordtird, That the said Sion Smith, Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, anti on THE undersigned! will at rend to the collection nf

dc'chiul decidingthat 10, W S I E4.-\-c 3T 1.R7, N and ., belonging and i ihe public Kenerallv to his larce Guardian as afresaiddo; appear and answc-i said reasonable terms. January ID, 1 ?jO. 2 Cm aalO..I, the State or the United Stale
the doctrine held 1 by Mr. iorham; : was not to Edward, Bryan.Alun and assorted Mock of. SPRING and SUMMER pet (toe services ren-'ered by. or supplie furnished the
w.1 t I I loners yvithin four molt his frtm t the date of the .
contrary or repugnant to the declared d-ictrine ; lots .V. 4. anl.in fractional Sec 25. .V J, Sec ( ) eompiisinn (every ariicle, both fancy and first publication of this order or the said petition rPHE Quincy;: Male and Female Academy Florida Volunteer ca' ed into service of the Stale

ofthe Church ot England by liw es'ahlished! i 25. Ur 4, S E !4. and r.S, S W 4, Sec 2'i, T 10, R 1 17.S staplen-su-lh' "Ild in I this -all ol which he will be taken as cools sed, and the prayer thereof .L re-opened January 7th. The 1 recond session during the recent Indian lIulltrt'ak.R'in .
and I E. John Miller. will commence June Oth. Students( may enter at thoroughly C'1)r.vt'r..ant with, all the frrroi
belonging is
and that Mr. Gorham ought not to have hl'PI JOIIV H. PATTERSON, M.MCII r..ivin 1 ; ddily.1>,.M.). 10 granted: : Pl'oridnThai week for (four a copy months of this order be any (time during the )ear, and after the second weekof and b'i-inf reces-'pry for the collection; ot the same,
once a i in some
refused admission to t the vicarage uflirarnpfutdcke.Liccrpotil Tax Elector for Madison County. Ii. published published within the State of Floorida.WAShINGTON news1a1.er the se..sionthey will be charged only from the he flatter himself he will be enabled to give full

Mercury.Characteristics. November '1, 1-iW. 40' 6m Turpentine Axes 6cc. TABOR: time of' entering.( Board may be had at prices vary iMstactiou to those entrU'tin. their claims with
ing from $'; to tl'') per month. For fuither particulars him.

Hamilton County Tax Sale. AFRESH supply, of the aboVe Axes; also. No. Judge of Probates Washington County. see printed catalogue, which may be obtained l l'ference--\l1 w ho know him.GEOR1E .

EgI'pfitn -A curious race i and I: Ca,t Plows, e"it points ; Sands Aptil-27. l--iO. 10 -1m. by application to N. II. STEWART, \V. HUTCHINS.
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nf people the J.gjtiaIIS must have been !- BY virtue of the p'I\ vested. in me by law t &Spear's Cut ant Wio'i ht Nail., &.c,. &c.Htcei.cd 'rSheriff's Sale. Jan. 2o. 1>:). 3 Principal. February 0.:. t.V. 7
shall for sale before the
expose Court He*** Brig Fmeline.and: for .
Their great ('I. of life was death. They ,door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. F'(. per MrN AUGHT !ORMOND.bv, TN pursuance ol a Decree issued from (Ihe Circuit Notice. Fletcher Institute.

were no sooner born thaI they thought ahoulJinA rila., OI the first Monday. i in June next, (t IS-V),) beltl Newpoit, February)' 23, I Ifs-V & 7 J_ Court of Leon County, made 23th April, h ID I months after date I hall accounts
I the 3d of that iivintli, the following and Trust Company present my Rumor m* that students!
( The whole nation seemed to li'e in a day h.d \\ herein I the SlIulhel 1'1 Life Insurance t SIX 'l'TnEIiF.1.1."Hn
the Honorable Court ot
vouchers Pro
did property', or so much thereof as will be sufficient 'n Provisions &c. is plaintiff, and .\lcanJerIclnr is defendant to I to thin Intiiution, cannrt
forcing Pyramid.. An Egyptian pay the State and County Taxes due thereou for the I have levied upon and will expose for sale .. bates (lor the County of Leon, and ask for a final settlement find boardui!: houses : To all I I y> hi>rn if may Concern -

not care $ii much where he lodged, so long as ear IS19, to wit : A i A BARRELS MESS IOHI lore the Court-honsedoor in I the City of Tallahassee, and discharge as Exrcutor oi I the last will I send srrfetins., that I hare :n my, house on
LjjL.jI 0 do.
he knew where he was to be buried. Ills TheN W 4 ofthESWJofSl'ctTl.I 1 R13S Kegs Leaf Prime Lard, on the first Monday in June next, the following described and testament of William Turner, deceased. the hill at the Intifution, ample TOIJ1lU. iff fur-

greatest comfort was: the iJ.3 of being madea and E purporting to belong to William J. Mil!. 2: half barrels Cranberries ;property to wit : MATHEW TURNER. /n.herl! ieilkfireplarts. for the accommodation; fj
2 l-.r.. 4 rm
nice of. His card was an epitaph. WILEY :. 1 hhd. clear side H.icon, Slates-Charles, aged about 40 bears ; Paul, aged February thirty ttudtnt*. and will promise *o give them plentyof
mummy Tax \ and Hamilton Co. Alarulerville about 39 g-o.od' wholesome diet, three tunes day furnish
about with tombstone! !e ilr ColEeo 1 do. sh >uld 'r do.' about( 35 years ; years ; Notice. 3
He was walking a con. November 21 t IS 19. Elizabeth lights, and do their waning all for dollars
t fm bbls. St. Louis Bill,aged about 20 years; aged about 39 \ ten per
tinually in his hand. I In fact the largeness of 1 do planting Potatoes Flour. years; and Sawney ajed about 24 )ears. TlIF. subscriber hiving fitted up the TANERV month, one half paid! in advance, t e other at the

the Pyramids a standing if proof be Pain Killer. : hhd. fine Su LlnJoJ-The South East quarter of section five, this place known as Biker's Tanvard has end ot the ear.
a ,
proof the Ea: 't half of the SouthVtM quarter section now
what set of undertaIvers 20 bushels Petit Gulf (
wanting FRE H of Davis'Pain Killer Cotton Seed
i supply Perry
A > ,just I 10 barrels Rectified i five, all ol Township one North, Ringe two East t, lor sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES ., Oa., FeS. 2'1. IS--50. 7 3m
the Fgyptians were Their Present was received and fur sale liy Whiskey.
has hand
containing two hundred and forty 37-1OJ acres, more niadi* to order. He on a superior article ot -
This for : T. WHITE CO., Agents.Nove Just: lec'd.per schr %V. R. Pdts.( and for sale by
the Future. may partly acc-uut & less. doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would her return Raisins Figs Cheese &c.
their being so much in advance of 0111'1 na. *' her 17.1 1 ".49. 4: Newport, March 9 McNAUGHT, 18.r>0. 9&ORMOND. Levied upon as the property of said defendant and his thanks lo the citizens of Gad den and the ROXF.N English, Dairy, Cheese, ,

sold virtue of and underpaid decree. adjoining Counties for their past patronace. and say )0
lion. To speak extravagantly: they seemed Bagging to by 10 Drums (fresh Firs: ,
will continue
ALFRED A. FISHER, Sheriff. to them that he to manufacture Leather
to calculate Time with a d.alh.watch, which AND SALT for sale bvMeNVUGIlT Plow Iron. April 30,1S50. 17-5w Hoots( and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 20 I>o\e<4 do. Rjisins,

they vrojnd tip with a skeleton key They I ROPE &ORMOND. AN assortment of wide Iron, say 8,9, and 10 in. County, near Qnincv. lie will be glad at :all times 1 Box Citron,

made themselves in fact so Cimilliar with Nawport, January ,r, 1 1s50. chcI, suitable( for Plow, received per Schooner Rail Road'Notice.. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, 10 Boxes.* Chimpaisne Cider. .
I, and fur sale lleid"ick Chiamp.ineWine.Vith .
Abel by Hides, crippled neirro boys or his own .
Death, that they invited him to all theii feasts paper.Qg \ articles
"McNAUGHT a variety o' of the kind, receivedper
& ORMOND. Good Boot antI Shoe makers, of steady habits,
nd put him at the head of the table: at all, Tin Manufactory. Newport March 9, IS.:0. .e _t can have employment. Emeline, and'for sale by
their wed lings, anniversaries, pic-nics and! HAVI onRaaed' additional! workmen, we are w. H. MCMILLAN. McNUG1IT & ORMOND. /
to till all orders in our line in a PRINTERS' AND i is hereby given to the Stockholders ol Npwp..rt. F..hrnuv: 21, 1S5O. 1
grand BINDERS'WAREHOUSE NOTICE Tallahai "E',Ff'brnary 2. IS'iO. 4 ly
diIICf.IJullch.COXXlCTICUT prompt and ali!faclory manner. All orders from '' Rail Road Company, that on

(the country will receive immed'ate attention. Ahiberatdibcuunt Nos. 2y and 31 GOLI>STHEET-; Thursday 27th day ol June next, an election will JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Bagging and Rope.

LCGISX.ATUIII Hon. Sam. given to mercha .Is and dealers.T : CORNSR: OF RROOME AND be held at the Office ol the Company in Tallahassee
subscribers of. fur Directors the alhairsofsaid Company )3 ,
uel I Ingharn (Democrat) was eleclec Piexidenlof June, 1649. 23 fer tor sale, of their own manufacture, their improved seven for twelve months manage'from that date. Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house 3() coils Rope,

the Senate, by a )' 15 to 5. Mr. patent Single and Double Cylinder Printing H. K. CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. BUILDINGS loss by fire. 1 bale Twine,

K. S. Fuller was chosen Clerk. In the House, Fruits &c. Presses, lor newspaper and book work ; Card Print- Tallahassee, April, IS/ 133m LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth.
JU3t received rhoonerPetlcs.and for taTf'byMrNACGHT
Machine' Proof Presses
the &in. ing : Presses, January 26, 1550. 3 Agents( Tallahal'f'e. per
F no choice Speaker during day 81 RAISINS, OHANr.C, with wrought Iron Cylinders, Geered and other Nails. i ORMOND.

On tul tenth and final ballot .the vote stood DS, Standing Presses"; al"o. Lithro raphic and Copperplate KEGS Agawan and Fall River Cut Nails, just Garden Seeds. Newport, February 23, 15jO. 7

(Dem.,) loa ; Dutton, ( Whig,) 91 1 :- APPLES; ONIONS Piesseg, Binders' Materials:, &c., &c. Chase, 80 received and for sale by LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SHEDS "
I IRISH POTATOES, Cases, Galleys, Furniture, Stands, Imposing Stones. Fancy Sugar.
(F. S.,) 18 ; tcattering 3. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. A the celebrated of G;
received Irom garden
Iuukcr. MACKEREL in half barrels and kitts hand and just .
&, &c., constantly on every article necessary BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar,received
April 13, 1S50. 14
communication (10 tho Tribune PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, for a complete Printing Office, including Newport R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by 5 Pettes," and for sale bvMcNAUulIT

communicates the inform&liol that O. Just received an J'for tale by Type and Ink, furnished on the most favorable Pure Sulphate of Quinine. LEWIS & AMEJanti per & ORMONEJ

S. Seymour, Litchfield, was chosen Speak. JOHN' McDOUGALL. terms. Printers, Publishers and others, wishing to subscribers have on hand two hundred and 5, l50. :JV2 Newport, February 03,1SSO.Liverpool 7 _

or of House this mourning by a majority Deepmbr22. 131 10 !O establish a News paper, or Job Office, wi be fur. TilE)' ounces ol Sulphate of Quinine, which I hey Dlacksmithing.GOOD. -

tie niihed\ with a estimate Co the same, ceai1 if have obtained diiect from the manufacturers, and Salt.

of one. i London Porter. desired Machinery made to order or drs il 11011 they will warrant it to be a superior article. substantial, and cheap Blacksinithingof SACKS in fine order(bleached Sacks.) just
The ( : in joint convention then and Bran Castings to order. They also kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied 100
Legislature manufac.
CASKS and pints, just received and for We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medi received per Barque R H. Gamble.and for
election of state officer 9 quarts lure superior cast steel I last year by Miller & Erokaw.
the pit cross-cutcjrcuiar
proceeded to sale AfcN AUGHT & ORMOND. mIl cines by recent anivalc, and are prepared to execute sale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND.

Thomas H. Seymour wal chosen Governor, I Newport by, April 1), 1850. 1 and stanllv other on hand.Saws, a which R they HO'E&CO.N. con. orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, January 20, 1840. 3 A. A. FISHER. Newport, February 23. 1S.Q. 7Gentlemen's

122M'. to 115 against him, and on the most accommodating terms. S. S. Knight
receiving H.-Propiielor of who will insert Clothing.A -
newspipers We have also a few account yet due to us for the
Charles H. Pond, Lieutenant Governor, by Saratoga Water. the advertisement three time!and tend \m a number year 1847. They are generally in small amounts,, continue business at his old stand, where SMALL and well selected stock of Clothinf
121 to 105. These gentlemen were the Dem.ociatic 0 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just re- of their paper containing it, will be entitled to pay. but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go hopes wait on such of his friends as have just received per Emeline.ard for sale by

candid.te for their respective offices ct'ivec and for sale by ment on purchasing of us four times the amount of far towards liquilatingcetliin sums which we owe heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pronii McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Neyvpcrt .

-the late election.-Savannah Georgian. McNAUGHT. ORMOND. their bill. LEWIS & AMES; ing that all shall have good artichs at lair prices, Ftbtuary 23,15Wv '

at Newport, 1ril:, 1 : J May4,1650. 1 ADM! 0), ISIS, 41' April 2S, 1910. 17