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: June 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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hf' .Win )'o'k llrt aid. last few years, under] all the seriou* d.sadvantages For the Floridian & Jon,miul. J-6m tht lH Hita Republic II7ig. his ques'ion' at this crisi Let the North and' He-action in California. ."

Trouble at Lowell-Suspension of Work of a commencement are but experiments ] Still Harping en my Daughter." The Compromise Report. South understand each otht"r.Vl) with An intelligent! and practical man. now rev- .
by New England: Manufacturers-Fruits ; yet they have: paid! enormous livid. oj Xeverditl we await, with interest and trickery, mental reservation, whitewashedehemes 'I
the Question. :.MisKs. luIToJtWhile: the people more dent in Californii, give the following prog. ..
of agitating Slavery ends! and! Inve: Miown c1eulIllat I t coarse .anxiety, the of document! than that turn black after tht.'first shower '
We J learn w-iih profound regret thai! thereat cotton "onds can be manufactured; now, in I the South :'re i ralvi. mug to the cleience of tbeir that of tin,; U-jMirtuf appearance the Committee any of Compromise 4 if |'>iibl>c feelin !. The South asks (for sdne.hing. lostication for the benefit of his correspondent i'.,'

cotton manufacturing concerns: in NewKnjland the South, twenty to twenty-five p r cent invaded right*-ami loused, at last by lhed.inuers upon the slavery: (}ul'sliun.'l! She demands a substance, not a shalovv. in the City cf New York.-Nat. In!. .. ,
: are beginning to buffer, an.J three cheaper than in Lowell or New EII tllld. with which their domestic quiet, their hop-d that, f the justice of it-j provisions would I Are the territories the common propery SAX FRAZCCISCO, March 31. ,..'t t I
of the !largest cotton( mills at Lowel are discharging To save themselves the Ne.v Kn latul be I and to the ci' zens: of III" South nell Within
: m>imi- lives; and t their propeity i is threatened, by twlIlalll''cl'dill so striking an-l influential as to ptll a slop open a period of sixty days, an near asI .
the operatives, ami intend, Jo Mop f.tcturers will be obliged to go( S mill eventually of the abolitionists i and lantLt to discord!, the strifes arid the dangers which \ as the AW/A ? If they are, why not say 1 I can calculate: : there will be the deuce to pay ,
making cloili-the Lawrence, the 'I fl"01ont, tlr eng.ige i in soiie other business S hat e for some liin encompassed the South, asa S I in the Report and the bill ? Under General t tor there i is no real business doing here worth :'
and tlif Siitfolk. The probability's! i ''hat this These views (fo not apply| ]> only: lo cotton ics of the north ; are engaged in ,\ movement, section (dour Union, and even the latter Taylor's! plan, the Wilmot Proviso is not to be -peaking of; indeed the town is about a* noisy ,"
things uiil continue until one.half of design all to bring about' a union of council.- ilsf'lf.f applied to the territories but the whole North .
.tate good*-they apply to every species good* e were fully aware of the great and about as busy as a New England villaga
the cotton! manufactories Lave closed doors j in manufacture.) ] in New England, except and action, that inay enable! them to confront, difficulties in the way of the committee: placed nsists nevertheless thai Southerners are excluded. would be on a hot afternoon in August. The
New Kngland. On the contrary things present clocks and wooden nut-megs. Slave libor: and repel) their insolent! and aggressive I foes ; theie i not less by the cool resolves of mod. 1'hill. do the same thing under result .,this calm will soon be felt. Men and .
a different aspect al t the South. 'We has not yet been extensively jut "( (. into erate ml'n. and professed conservatives, than t his compromise arrangement, tnle" our tight liusiness, nay the very atmosphere with every
are told! ..IJ the .'Ve&Yurk Tribune, that, in the Southern inanufictorie ;; b-it when that i U I the Editors! of t the Uepublic and Inteliigrncer! the savage: ferocity of a fanaticism; which no ;., rrrollh,d. We claim its recognition. animate and inanimate thing seem at a standstill .

addition to those cotton mills alioajy i in existence introduced, as it will bo. it will demonstrate: can see nothing in these movements-the rights. coulj reach, no dangers, not even of The South should be satisfied with nothing I waiting for some grand event, like tho
numbering; over 130 pet haps, two what we now asset!, that the South will diiveNew most serious imposing, and: important, that blood! ( conk retard.Whatever lese on this branch of the subject. calm in summer, before the thunder-storm! .
new cotton mills are jut going into operation England out of the markets of the world have taken place in the country since the may be (the views of these, moderate Our readers have seen the report and doubtess But it is approaching, and will soon be uponus
at :Mobile ; also a paper mill. Pation. !non for coat: "e cotton goods and make a splendid adoption of f the Con..tillltion-imt, f-o tinny : men, or northern conservatives upon noticed the proposition of the majority' and a thundering storm it will be. Hut ".
can lit Co %> cotton factory at! I Hiiiitsviile 1 i and profit HI prices which would I ruin Now l Enslaud. : 1".i.I..I. .* ol the in.ilke and machination of the great! masofie, political or social inorsil- he committee, lo pay lo Texa a large sum it will soon pass away puritjing the busine
M nsiin, :Meekly i & Co.'s mill at Florence, are I We dread the re IJ1t. 'Ve arc fi\1; fut the rncmic oj the admiitii-'ratiim.! and of ii irs of the day; no lave almost as much lo of money, probably eight or ten millions of! atmosphere in its course, and business will
(5 t is about to increase its looms' nearly one are already commencing. The New Eng- and break down President Taylor and his question! as the malignant opinions of I the claims to that [part ofNevv Mexico, which lies and with some approach to system.TIc .- .
iitindred per cent." And all this without any land States madly drove the South into man. cabinet! llisntn: cucalis ted hot abolitionists. Hence the great difficulty east ofthe Rio Grande.: This section thus truth it, the hurry is orer. The lawn is
clamor forau increase: of the. tariO ulacturing and their continued agitation of I the These miserable partizans, and mere ad- of the committee in proposing some proposed to I be purchased of Texas contains built-there are houses e'iouh-stores e. :
0 We have Ion::anticipated ( retut.! Long lave labor question is making the breach be- min-.traliun hacks unable to lilt their eyes platform upon whicl/all l sections cou'd' unite. nearly 1123,000 square miles, and would make nough merchandise machinery, and mechanics : .
ajjft, we prohesied that this vould be the case, tween the North and South: more wide. above the du&t-clouds of the put warfare of! The South has !been 'willing, as she has here two Slates as large as Georgia. Now, we enough, indeed plenty of everything. Tba -

1 basing: our predictions upon cause* "hie,1 j j we Why will not the good, honed, people of the day are wholly unable to appreciate the tofore been, to make some offerings upon the ask, are Southern representatives ready to great drawback now, is the enormous price I ".
, knew would produce inevitably I re!u'ls.We New England ceanj this agitation, behave: : seriousness and impoi lance, or lo comprehend altar of lh? Union. Those she has been willing vote! for this purchase-to pay Southern money at which real estate is held.' Prudent people
(t'arlhat the prosperityfthi great source I like decent peopland save themselves 111 I the high and even sublime character of the to take lion her rights, to tear from her to make free soil lerritorof a land, which i ifpossessel will not pay S20: or $3U per foot for land,
f New wealth has ceased for I the whole! Southern divisionof bosom for the by Trtas, would add hereafter to the live build ror I have
() England e'cr.1 we see by the with accounts from move, making; by sake of peace, and that cumin to or on two sears, not
and should not be surprised to find the great. Lowell, they are only blinking distress to I the Union, in opposition to the machinations land which} is wreathed with: the immortal political power of the Sou'h. Those who [propose seen the first [person who talks of a longer period )
ininufacturing towns ot New England for cotton heir own tloor. il1!, by their mud fan-it icism and. traitorous intrigues of the Free-Soil- deeds tie: glory and grandeur of its allied lo purchase it from a slave. Iate1'JiC.t"\ than this as his time for remaining here ;*
:IKS insolvent! and bankrupt before many toward the South. If they do not change ers, fanatics; and! fo (igit incudia, :l's. who sovreignties. The North has shown no inch and avow that if it becomes a par! of New the consequence "". that house frames can be
have combined! I about dissolution of Mexico slavery will be forever excludedJrorn bought for what cost with The
I their policy, both people! and legislatures, the I to biing a disposition. She Iris offered no concession or' thy you.
The cause of the closing up of the principal -i trreen will Fill)! grow III the streets ojHuston I the confederacy ; and have, set a going an lights nothing which could lacerate or wotim; it. This is a pait of (he plan for settling the town is t tilled with all sorts of shops gambling!
cotton mills in LmveU-the c-ittoti cloth .. gras, Lowt-II and all the other cities and auitation, originally planned 'by England and her in the, remotest t manner. It is trite doquctice difficulties between the North and the South houses &c., and those will! be closed-that
city. of this continent, par fJ'cttft-i"i statel towns of New England, that have prospered i I Iso the: oher: iinvcrnmi'r.ts of Europe ; who, has dropped from I the lips of a few or and saving the glorious Union We mos' is three-q'iaiter: cf f the owners vvi.1 fail with 'f .
Utb manufacturers to be-I. The high : much from (the cotton rninufictures.Thifc while pr. tending to make war on Afiican I.er; statesmen on this distracting question not only gire up the territories, but we must buy in sixty diys, and must retire to the mines. ,
price of dip raw material of cotton 2. The slavery, are aiming at the destruclon of American bnl its sweetness has only covered over tin1 more territory from a sTare State, to ADD TO Then down will go the rents and down tha t- .
very low price (tf the manufactured article. ----- libeity., The; :attempts, making: by a impregnable} position, of deadly hostility to I the TilE inr.K: SOIL I'owcu What a hopeful plar price of i-f real estate, and following these many ,
Toe manufacturers have no hopes that Congresfcwill .lbptlra, .- tlelicious'lela1.1e i is a reckless! m.ijori); y, x, ho are but the, tools 01 fjither extension of shivery.Ve for; building. up[ the Soutn, and protecting her of the merchants will become bankrupts
pa** an ad reducing the ,price of the ;jereiiial plant found growing wild on the KUI- these p.iid erii's! .*s of foreign powers, to I \ understand acomprorni.-e; lobe c mutual interests in the I living t future We trust the I and finally men and thing will find their own
great Southern staple ti u c<*nts, and I heir only dy meadows, ne-ir the Salt Sea. It abo-mds: I deprive I the people ill.t the South, both of I their COfltCSSiOfl. It should! be open aiJ frank peopleof the South. will not receive and behttmaved :level I, and a healihy business will spring u\
chance now is, that Confessvii! pass an on the shores of Hrittain, and! i is there but a slaves! and t their i equal share of t the public domain unselfish, explicit, and) baptised, in a ease like I by) po itical Tittles! such as could not I! from: the ruill$. Volia my latest.: "
act which will kecoiisijiners pay I lair priceti 1.in,1l1ur< feiline weed, unfit for nun 01 beast.Hut \ I of the Union ; and to incite their nee the present, in the hallowed light, the -acret deceive! any one vvhr, will t think ;as a man. From another letter ii he
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the article which dt.m.nll ltun. ; thatis. ? | gi io8 to insurrection. and rnassncie of t their 1 II InPIlJOI its, the fraternal affection and glorious: WLoljett to the plan for the! recovery of \
its sea Jlore obscurity to be one of th? most !fugitive slaves:: because, it Con" the i extract the following: : :
these gives <
to give to tnaiiulactuters Q,proteciive mW< rs-:aie not considered by these liivrflI hopes of our Costitution and; El itioui. Wi "ec
tariff, and prot.c theia trmu disastrous coin-: ornampntallhlUh I of the garden, ami one of I partisans whose Mght is confined f ti v the blind- can s e, in the report concessions ample; and power tu legislate i over Ihe right airl interest We bejjin now to wittier our share of rascality. [
wiib the labor of the greatest' delicacies; of tin* table.! The( seed \ oflhoir ow :.jer-5, and sul}jects the latter to much Sydney has sent ever legions of :
petition all Europe, ()r else: bridle into wl.Srh: they have so slau-hly liberal I on I the part of i the SttIh.'Lo, cat men
ihev say.they 01jf cot tl.il wiU. sod seektinie may be planted in February and Mairh.The l .- j thrust their heals,! to a single ol l'ct.-'i1. : I II [ show the Jiut concession on I the pal t of the expense, trouble} and tlpld,. There are s-an. anl women just frrn prisons, and let loose
', (,.tuer occupation liven ihs: will not ground should be well woiked. !, rich and I jthe pprpetuati n of their party in p''w-er.- North I? ojs: other' points of this branch of the subject, : among us to commence anew their career ofmlipredatiotm .
relieve th.m. Year ago, it might have dimes IUl lIeJW. It \\t'l1to souk them twenty-four I These weani of adminiration 1l'ilT.er.'Y" j Then it i is not a compromi c. a mu'nal concession that vve would be pleased! to present but our and cnm'. If th? mines had not '
( Not now. .\ change has come over the hours before' planting.; Plant the seed in I say, can see no' adequate reasons for the [ : but a surrender of( one section to the :atticle is already" too long. opened! earier! than usual, this city would have .
spirit, people tht E.I hl\'t to diead. A* we long apatt in the drill Cover the peed one inch I the belief t that they have a right to judge: for 1 { for the pure i intentions and patriotic purposes this report, the abolition ofthe, cl lave trade in If people lived the last winter by gambling
ago said, the mfhr ruuufitc'urlr with and press the earth quite solid on ii. As the themselves in Lie prrmisrp, ihiid, it necesary of the majority, who l favored the report. t the District: of ( ,lutnhuii. That t trade has alone-were drunk at every !leisure moment,
young plants appear, I keep the grass and %weed been plOt.i hitl.d i in several of the slave States. when did sleep, in unfinished buildings'
slept they
their 6'iperior advantages will, eventually, to pursue, I f,r I the: pie.-ervation of, I heir tlelHieS.j Blot vve cannot divest omit selves! of the impress I
tiiu! cotton in New down, and the soil light and I1wl1oIf th", (Oftentimes large numbers of slaves are exhibited r in the streets. Those who did not -.,
U; everj' ti F.nglaild.What I tic quiet, and tl.e defence of their propeity, that, with most fflht'm. the idea of the
has caused piece selected t fir the bed is sufficiently 1 kh.it at the en pilot. and frequentlyome oft hem succeed at the gambling table! took to rob-
tht present high price* of and i tf-eir constitutional! ) I rights. exclusion;: of slavery! from the territories: by the
the materia. ? is not important: to transplant the roots they I in chains. We of the South unHer-tand this bin" ; mot of them are now at the mines.-
.\ : They are many and va. i We are glad however, .Messrs. Editors to will of Gd and an existing Mexican law. has .
One i is will bear same cu'tins the st'rnlJrlt r. and mutter :and know that it is done to keep them The arrivals from Sydney are alarmingly numerous.
ril is tn'l a very laige deficien.cv ( j pen-wivo that the sa: :acio-is and fir-eeing I MI pervetted their visions as to l"Us their) judg.inentp.
in thp cottcu cioj 'lor this %ear, as compared may- be cut freely the ihiid. If it is advisable I conductor ol t the Phia'phia i! | Pl'nll'J) lvanian, I We will take up the Report and notice from running off, b-it it is not fully imders'ood, One ship brought several hundred
with lart :- transplant: let the beds designed t for the i j.:and writer also in the Jacksonville!I Pepub. in their oider, some of its most objection I l"y the representatives and strangers, in Washington females who were actually sold to the highest

1 11- and 1 401 ho roots, be mellow deep and rich. Plant the j j' j lican l have, at last ((10 use a homely! 1 but, (1. able features. We will not lose the occasionto from every nation of imniOrtatiCt'-; bidder The weather at present puzzles the
bales. roots eight inches apart each way, cm'.riull jLhe Hence we should not so strenuously objectto oldest inhabitant, our clearing od"shovvers are
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A/rwr/c that this consisting
crop 2,730,090 'p1eve phra e.) the rigid nail on the vay, I some .
crown-bud tome three or four inches to abolition of ihe slave! trade. Hut followed; the heaviest kind) of nins
the we by ,
This year, BIt and head, by tracing the abolition agitation at he of the ablest men in this or any other country everything
i* keep the weeds and gras ..Jo'n.'e; tIH"\\ n<>var viotiM jield) tht} to abolish slavery becomes soiled and dirty. The
; estimated: 1,050.000 ;South to it& trua Mnu-re. ,t Iri.l/, to .foreign Ithve M l"'.iol) <**" '6 J! iht uiiiiuii| ; : tli.it power .
bed a liberal supply {,f salt, as what i is (! iiilrigiie, aivl] lriivh gold ; as i he people in llii slavery question has even threatened the in the District) Columbia. Other view from the mines are ofthe most flattering description -
DhTere.uce( 70,000 bales 1 to grass and weeds is life and ntitrimnt to. 1 th quarter of the Union, it once P-(} >rly en- existence of f our Union. When we have must be po>tporied to another cLiy. The[ count from the Southern mine, not sa
The cause of this deficiency is first, the frost A sa1als. It will b. fit to cut the, second 'Ji !"tel.ed! : upon this !;il ject, wont )I. at last, heretofore sK>ken of the FJiixicnce of lltis dun- t.- is now in a fearful crisis ; but the South much so. A great excitement is getting up
in April 1319, which; shortened the crop in I year from I transplanting.; I In cutting: I u' a leain i to dislttist, as traitors, t thi e whom theyhave ;cr, fI'lrdt'claratiollall met by the foul chargeof i is strong and would Le invincible if she would in reaion: : to Trinidad, the accounts are bow- f
tnany sections toil on .third. Another cause I sharp knife, atrlut: about! ani inch below '11l'1 heretofore! regarded with: but too much agitator, disorganizcr, disunionist. only unite. We trust in Heaven that a fair ever, ?o contradictory that I place no reliance -

' is hundreds of pJalttr in the South found that surface Jf the ground. It will soon shoot favor, or at the \vor't, as mere fanatics and We trust this in"enate cry will now 'be settlement may be made. I it would do good on any. of them. ..,
the I again, with a new head) as vigorous as ever.A II' we would! appeal to our brethren of ihe North
:, prices ol f former years noting them only benevolent enthusiast If oncn convinced hushed, since the peril the I'nion is made
live and i tiir their !* hot weather approaches; the plants will be which the called Compromise. bv recollections ioul-stirrirg: and sublime by The Whale's Strength.The
them f r their ht.OT. and they hare tiirn.dtleir \ inclined go to ?.ed. The lops run! up from or lIthe objects of its promotershere! I Committee have based their solemn! fraternal? f feelings which we would! re-enkidle! greatest dUphy!: of a whale's strength
attention to other wrce ; raising other I three to .five feet f forming a deuce bushy nn!!. 'cLul be little djubt that (he people! of the North labors. wish: the sacred res of :love, by hopes which I awl prowess vet authentically recorded, was ,
agricultural products hiring out their. slave I qtrtie ornamented with their red seed I berries. would not only') be led to discountenance, but It seems to us that the common sense of hang upon the future, lit with a thousand I lhat made upon the American whale ship Es-
l&bor to rail-road constructors, or sending \hen the berries ar" quite', I ripe, the seed maybe to expel if they did not mete out s'.II severer the \ hole country would agree with the Committee hu" s of glory and greatness. I But we can I sex, Captain Pollard: which sailed from .Nan-
them to more nttiieu States to .aiK sugar. gathered and put by for spring phamitiumAfuir :.- justice, to these secrt-t, yet daring and insolent in the opinion, that all thee agitating reach only a I few of our brethren ofthe .rth.1 tucket for f the Pacific Otrean in 1539. Laic i\\1 : I
and inducing coHun pUuuitt to turn their Ca;). the tops have: decayed, clear off the bed traitors who have a'S-um..d the disguise of questions: should be settled now, and together. We say hi our Southern t fellow! citizens: in ihe fall uf the same year, when in Jatlitudefoity }J( t
ital manufactures which and dress it \vi b a good coat t jf strong manure. give the slip-don't flint-hearted of the South Pacific, a school of sperm
to paid vuoruius* philanthropy to cover their de.-ig-s ; who, The first important feature in the Report is in up; grow
dividend: *. Many cotton pllttor. have gone II will be no in older for the next while they wilfdly overlook the mi-ciies: and reference to the! subdivision! : of Txas ito !lour and weary, in defending vour ri ilts. We whales were discovered and three ftlalsVera .
to Calul: I ia. , ''af '.) t-m W do aUj.thing, ttber I ,propeiy.| It is excellent in soups, but to midst, are animated by to ;unarcountab] and I' States according to I the wishes of t the people I j growing cold, not from au abandonment: of I was struck by one ot them, and he was obliged
: than raio ntou. :, have it in its greatest t perfection, wiih! its peculiar Mispicious a zeal in 'behalf of t their brethrenat inhabiting the sections (which they will be j I principle, but because the people: Iht'nl..ln's| i iRl'il'ar !to return lo the ship in order to repair tho
;! 1'he.e of the which have Asparagus flavor throw into cold water to be cold and indifferent.! ; That \i is !I damage.While.
are .ue causes : the SoM'h! who without being more enslaved comp Certainly: thi* can lie no concession ;
J I and the i iof as soon as ('IJt. and after carefully hiu why they should! lire in the In* was engaged in that work, a
produced a .h.r crop, fchort crop fasts I or more effectually deprived, of civil lo t the Soith, fur t this stibdivNion j into t that; no reason great
! course, l been the CSIUCP of the rise in price; it. tie the stern in email bundles' and throw rights, than they are, possess advantages and number of State* 7Ntf erpres"Jy proridcd fur caue of the SIIII'h. sperm whale judged to be eiihtv.tis'e fret fong,
of the \ materials from eight i to thirteencents. [.them into clear boiling water, with a plentiful: comforts to which they are strangers, and I I ttn-i, agreed upon in th? jri.if! retolu'ion and Thousands of our people have 'been deceived broke water about twenty ns! from the ship
Why fcliuuld not the price of the j I supply! of salt. (There is no vegetable that which the race no \ here t.IM! enjoy. That which Texas, I then :an independent nation was and misii-d.! The truth will yet flash out on her weather how. He was going at about p
manufactured .,:de" rise in propoii, ? I, tequires co much salt in cooking as the As.I thete are many Mnere! and well l meaning annexed to our Union. The admission of from the wide spreading fires oft.l np'r. which j j' three knots an hovir and the ship at nearly
II cannot be *aid, 'because of Curopeun com.Ilttion. iptragus) Let them boil! fifteen mil'JIp.C.- people (to be 1 found ill the abolition lank these new States could, not be objected' to now, will be seen ere long. in new and increased !.I the same rate! when he struck the bows of
| ; Tie EUIup":1 has to pay the increased i I Have wrne toasted bread in the dish and take there can be no doaii! and these without the grossest violation of the public: volume and fuiy. The Nashville Convention I I the vessel jtuI t forward of tier chains.At .
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I ri.o or the raw material, as weB as | up; the bunches on the 'bread ; cutthFirings t ; ,! pie, t therefore, will! be u the first to very cone peo.out faith and a worse than IV.lic tre.ichery on will have to be held. The South will 1 bo lirct'I I the shock produced by the collision of
Ibe New EngUnd, manufacturer, and the duty flavor them with butter pepper, and Mi'-b I fioj.i amons-t t them, and to clear i tin-it i-ltirts I lie pail ofthe iion-slaveholding: Slates. to tn.ito. This is our prophecy, looking ass I, two such mighty masses of matter. in motion
, which protects the New Kuglander and liars sauces an taste may dictate, and) you have a of I the suspicion and odium which would inevitably A !imr)'c regard I f'-r common honesty t wOIII.11 C (It), wiih ardent! anxiety for something to ;, the ship shook like! a leaf The seemingly
the Old: Hn lander, is about thirty to thirty. dish that will mike a gouty old! bachelor wish h be attached: to I those, who, after being secure I hat much to the, South now, without a be done and quickly done, to extirpate contusion -. malicious whale dqve aid; ) passed under tha
three per centum! which it againrt the Southern I! that he had a "good hllm: .\\'if to prepare him apprised of their true character. should continue Compromise! Report, bill or statute. discord and danger by iheir roots. Hut! i: ship, grazing her keel, aii'i than appeared at "tI
and I such an one.-Muscuijcc Democrat.Important : everwatchful l is needed and the the c'Utanre' of 1 lru th. Ia
! consumer, iu faior of the packets of to abet their projects, and associate with The next proposition is to admit CalifirniaI vigilance now I about a ship's Ling
\ the New England manufacturer, as much a fIJl>m. as a tree State, with her present assumedboundaties. I' South cannot dispense with it but al the hazard the Sl'a'ilh hns: and tail, as if suffering fhA
! though it WAS voted from the one, and givento Judicial Decision.u.J c Nel) The history of our country shows that The objection to I the size of California of a speedy and inglorious downfall. 'I' mot horrible agony. lie vva- evidently hurt 4I
the other by Congress. EOIIofthp. United :States Supreme Court, yesterday (far mote elevated in station and character men, will be obvious when it is stated, that it j by the collision, and blindly frantic with instinctive ,
We will! give the true reason \\hyNcw pronounced the decision of thin Court than the leaders; of this mischievous herd of will make several States as large as that of XCI lJiscol'cry.e understand that Cot I rage. .
England manufacturer and cotton tnilU are in the case of II. Henner, et al., appellants incendiaries and hypocrites, have been the Georgia. It takes the whole Pacific COLt.. M oaf ley, a native of (his State, and for many I In a t few minutes, seemed to ft co"crIJim.
thultiiig up fhop ; and we recommend them 'I vs. J. V. Porter, appellee.[ This was an appeal secret and bribed agents ofth enemies of from Oregon to the Mexican line, covering as !. cars a resident of Wilks county, but now an self and started with great t speed directly across i
to put it in their pipes and smoke it, while from the United Slates Admitality Court their and we think it no of degrees of latitude as do ihe Atlantic. enterprising citizen of Mississippi, hsIis.. I the vessels! course to the windward. Mean- .
country ; want many
their mil are closed and they have gotnothing !I at Key West t, Florida. A libel was filed by charity to regard: those who openly proclaim boundaries of a PaIL of New Jersey.; Dela- covered a proces by which a very superior rime the hands discovered the ship t t.> }be grad.
()"e to do. The truth of what. we Porter against the defendants in 1840, to recover themselves the enemies of our domestic; in. ware.Iar) land, Virginia, North Carolina! : article of Cotton Uigging: can be made of ihe tially settling down at the bows, and the pumps : t
\ are about to say has been, is, and will cou- the amount of a bill of supplies furnished stitutions who hesitate not to avow their South Carolina, and part of Georgia. The long moss so abundant throughout the Southern were to be ri ed.'hil the clew were
; tinue to be, tested and proved by. the bitter, andruinouseiperienreofthe by him to a wrecking vessel owned by another ., portion: to; the Constitution, and their determination op.. objection of her having two representativesfor States.Ve learn that he is about securing working at them one of the men cried out,
New I iinglandpeople: person, transferred to them which 'es. to disregard its most solemn, her small. and mongrel population, when a patent fur his; discovery i and that he God have merry he comes again !'
' if they don't wheel about, repent of their unjust eel they sold. lie claimed to have: a lien for Wa think it, we no want of provision to* other States are entitled to one representative has just returned from the North, where he I The whale: I had turned st about t forty rods!
doings to the South, and commence a new the supplies on the proceeds of the sale in view these cor.temncrs say of the charity for every seventy thousand, is also ani nsufler has pin chased machinery for a Lapsing Factory I from the ship and was making ,for her with -
1! career of righteousness and support tIl slave their hands under the local law of Florida. which our Union is founded and principles disturbers on able objection unless the constitution law and which he is about to establish at or near double his limner. speed, hi$ pathway white
1: labor of the South, which, after all, thy, uill The libel) was sustained in the court below, of our as the emisaries, of foreign justice! are to be utterly discarded from con Jackson, Mississippi. If this experiment with foam. Rushing head on, he struck her I
, find is what has supported and t fattened the and a decree given for th, amount! ofth bill peace corrupt side ratioll. should succeed as well as the discoverer of the again at the bow, and the liemendous blow
cotton mill of euppies. Mr. J. I U.) Westcott H.I governments, or as traitors, whom every stove her in. The whale dived under again
princes of New England and all andJMr. Aml'r can should unite in denouncing, and in Ofcourse, there will be no concession to the new process anticipates, it will probably etli-ct .
their operatixes.Twenty I D. Gilpin, in behalf of appellants? moved lo expelling from the land which they desecrateby South in the admission of California, for, as a revolution in the manufacture of this article, and disappeared, and the ship f foundered in ,
reverse the decree se.veial grounds I the annual five minute from I the first collision. Cut fivE
upon into the
years ago, at the commencement ; their presence, and endanger by their machinations soon as she is admitted, she will take posi. which enters so largely consumption
first of which was that the court was defunct I of th.* lit the South-as souls out of I the (twenty were saved.
New England cru>ade, when (jarri on and treacherous intrigues. That lion among, and add lo the already pet-ponder planters I
-the *'IVter tie !Hermit! *' of those d.iys-.-. I when the suit was instituted and. time decree these infamous scoundrels, have been in the atiii; power of the nori-slaveholditjg States. doubtless, bagging manufactured of this material .
I made. and ihe Judge without judicial power be furnished much lower while it I in CalfoT1I! .-The _
commenced. preaching damnation! and cut. I habit receiving large sums of ''rom We think the Committee are right in propo. can Religion correspondent
or authority, i in cases_of Federal: 1 character and money is said be far to now in use.- ot iho N. Y. Commercial there are
throaticm against the South there was not : the affiiliated societies in England, inllamatorv sin" to establish governments for the territories to superior any says
-" manufactory in the wbule Jsouthetn or felaveFection. : UtJri c.iictioll. ((011. alter Jones argued the pictures and incendiary publications, is well and, as they'assert, Congress will fail Southern n7 g. now in San Francisco six places'of worship, .' _
What is the slate of things now ? I case fur appellee. The Supieme court re. known ; and (hut they havo industriously! cir. in the performance of a high duty if it does the seats of alt of which are free. The Rer.
They arc Bringing up like ml"hrtml, allover \crsed the decree on the first: ground taken, i c.ilaled: these missiles at the South, and urged not give, or attempt (give them, the benefit The descendants of Samuel Jennings, one T. Dwight Hunt's Congregational. Church was
the South, and numberiiif* probably! orrr and did not, therefore, decide upon any other the negroes lo rise on and massacre their of such protection, government and( laws."- ofthe early Governors of New Jersey, comprising dedicated on :the lath of rebruary: a Baptist, a

one hundred and Jifly, increasing zoo, ctcry point made. owners ; are equally' notorious' and undeniable We never have been able! to concur in the the families of Stevenson, Hstelows( Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational ; _
year. Cotton villages are growing up in Florida was admitted as a State into the facts. It is smely time to put a stop to this plan of Gen. Taylor, admitting California Fenimores kc., many of whom reside in Ilurlinglon clergyman officiating thereat. It isja neat '' '
South Carolina, one of which-Graniteville Union by act of Congress, on the &J of\I arch dangerous and palpable: conspiracy, and either and leaving the territories unorganized. county, are requested by ana-Jveiiise. structure, lined with bleached cotton as a sub. 1 -
-bids fair to rival Lowell. J In Georgia, over Id 15. The Supreme ecurt'e understand, effectually silence. or expel from the coun. In establishing these territorial governments ment ill the Gazette, to meet on the 'J'Jd: inst. dilute for white.washing! and will hold about
fifty cotton mills have been erected in various decide that by the admission of the Slate of try, these daring and insolent triflers with our I the Committee propose neither to in. at the City Hotel, ill ljurlington, to examine 250: persons. The churches are all in a sociable '
parts of that State, and are running over one Florida! the Territorial government and its peace who have been so long and so strangely corporate the Wilmot Proviso, nor make any into their right relating to the great Jenningsestate cluster! on a hill together surrounded
hundred thousand fcpindles.: Teunessec Alabama offices were at once abrogated and annulled sheltered among us ; and permitted, unchecked provision for the introduction slavery into now without proper claimants in the. by some v( ry pretty cottages. Other churches '
North Carolina! Virginia, and other and i hut on the 3d March, 1345, the U. S. and in open day, to apply the torch the territories. It is well known the majority ,, hands of the English government.In are shortly to be put up. The Rev. Mr. Williams '. .' I
Southern States, are following these exam- Admirality Court at Key West, under the destruction to our homestead and even to hold that slavery is now excluded, as we have I for whose use an iron church is on the ,
pies; and in ten years the South in or out of Territorial organization, became extinct ; and] the sacred edifice of the Union.It before stated, by a decree of nature and an II I New Orleans according to the Picayune way from New York, has service regularly; in ". .
the Union will become the great manufacturing : though by tha Stale constitution of Florida, is surely I lime also, that the Free-Soil i old Mexican law. Are the people ofthe South there are 320 h Coffee House," each one paying thft custom-house. The services in lh' several ..
section, and will hut up every cotton the Territorial Courts were continued as State party, who, have thus far, countenanced and : to be led astray and deceived by a mere dec. 201)( ) per yt'ar.Iso., 112 l Caberels," churches are always well attended and the ; -
mill in New J England. It must be so. The courts till the proper Hate courts were organ. courted those dangerous conspirators should I Uration, that the Wilmot Proviso ought not to which pay $230 license each, making 482 licensed collection are very handsome. Few drop I I" <
South possess advantages which the North do ized and the Stale judges chosen ; but the abandon this rash: and perilous game, purge lie extended over them under these circumstances houses in the city for the sale of liquor' in less than ts'enty.tiveorflhiycents.andthere f : i. _
not I 1)1. 5\elil. They have the raw material on Unilfd States Territorial judges were with the ranks of such adherents, and consign 7 This arrangement is a very shallow by the glass, besides those who take the responsibility is always a number: of gold piece degposited. ; s
the spot ; labor is cheaper ; the water power out authority to act in any wise in causes of thereto the contempt and detestation which subterfuge, and will bo understood by every selling without license. The On the 24th of February an auxiliary to tha .i I > .
unlimited ; sutaibteuce' is cheaper. Such, Federal character and jurisdiction.-Repub. lhe\ merit. mU who will think for a moment. We wishto city derives income of over '$1OOOOOfron, American Tract Scciety was established at < '; I
toiaufdcturics 11! have been ercctcJ within: the 'it. A WHIG OF 70. see a bold and manly position displayed en I his trade. San Francisco. ,

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lhe.NVI.1\Jh nt'I'I\1 :i I. I It i is worthy of remark; in explanation of held .1s belonging t ti the said !iont of'fore' ? !'! I tlin,"..:!J th" *)hi:ir[" di'IIOC L In .thin meantime.H Sljc( $lori icui & Sournal the Southern States( will Lc fepre- .:''h:=-:

The Cuba Expedition. the letter fir our fr rCt correspondent in ei and subject to the petuhirs!! : t''ttfI''' ; C ... ,.'" *". .!'; "i. i.;yxvn' i-h.! : '.!.heiv, thishodv.. 111
The fter-.msbip J'I 'H.l! ..rrivt J on "r !1.T at ': regard to the recepi; nf tbo invader, ?, that in the preceding!! artic'c W.1!:!, Hi Ihf' u'A :a .1}," OH' : i '< "?1 *-"-*"" -,*--* x''"-- -" -i -ii-- a" -l ---*..--------"*-- u

t3tU 'cVrH 01: .Jr.trfev: tr: j-.::.1..-, .". .> \I t 1.-' 1 I ;! they did, not atiticij-ite: any emsi1erailO!.! assistance 5ih. Any flue who shall! serv as .)I".. ; :.'' dt'ii tlit- tit.l.tIU'I'$ e. (Miiiit a* h u htiui i I''I..W R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE Tiio Indiana.Itecant .

J1fOrmfo p1:1: ; L I.a : CI.".t ::1:.. J. : '.Ih'. I. f from! tV> jv .nu 1 'f': (. (':U'!' l1as. Theirehi.vj'.r' 1 0:1? who sha'tnid them in any wjy, \\i\h Ul. lilt Piztrro.rha niught I It IIt''t'll rUITORSM PROPRIETORS.! advices from the frontier; leave
I ..
Sh 1di Havana. : (n I ill I' 224 t JR'at.t.! .\H 1t: < .ini>e a> u-' leain t taoin' officers 1,1'! tLe vices inoriey. arms, or any oili r a i.tltltcl', I the consequence had 1 she gotten! a pit! frotuMr. _.- -- -- --. -.--- :' : ': ::- = .ioul.t in the rni.i'I. that the Indians!; D

tbo passengers is Gt n. L '}11.z. Ct\l"n.ltI'! of : expedition now in this dty, was upon' Matanzas shall be immedrutely put lo di'ath.GIM. I Rogers, "'whether it xv.it: her it.t t'iitliut Saturday, June 1, 1S50. mined not to emigrate, and there Irlt'tpr.: )

the expedition( ti:)(of his .-ics (It(\aqi, tc-? I which !place they wer' prexeiiSed; fiom The s.imw; penally' shall he condemned after having crossed m hue I bar nnd I gotten i i.i HIlt -- ---- -- --: -- -----= I alternative now rt mtin,

nor J. Sanchez Yzm'ga, Mevrs.: J. (I.Huutoii I. reaching "J:1O unlookeil( Sor:; occurrence, as all those! who. by any method, open ur secret, waters) have ;attacked 'the Creole and cut ::5- A Protracted Keetiivj will commence in no but to hunt them doxvn, one ""y

) and C. H. lnims.11h so gentlemen will be s-en below. The popularity of Gen. and criminal: eiiibavor to changi' rht (rue h.,. her oil from this! place. xve caa't: tell ; butuch the MethmrVt 1 Protestant Crunch in Tatlaha-see, enTliur one, arid Sli ) them off to tho W elt. 1\

n :r now in tlis ciy.: 1 Lopez Matanzas: and! the adjacent country, I liefe.flllc i inluhit.mts, i the sultoiiiiiDttiQii: of I lie ,' it is Stihlli,st.il riuixt Inve been her design, 'ijy itihit. the Cth: instant, (Providence permitting I cannot remain in Florida ; they must Le r/

By th t! arh'a we have our ".nal 1 file* of is represented; to be almost unbounded.We : people in the estntes, or'(t to chase: ) Several Ministers: are expected in attenlanrp. : moved. If lIlt Administration/ at \Vnjin.t0! [

Cuba paper, our letter*, &.c.. and through: the are further informed, t that wl.ile. the Mii.iHest degree the internal order, as nlso those and from I the knowledge! which her u i\t'1 I ,! will not do its towards ;
uttcntion of our Key Wot.t crirrcs\ hours at Card \\ 1s.1 "allilot hasten aLl, and I co.operate tviih mu>t have; had! i lint it was iuiiii{ 'sUje! (or a duty our people irTth:.

polite Clerk, of the I Isabel, xx'n nre. in (p. :. "Min., x\3th th* mllUf'I: .ttrO expectatiui: of he- rapid obedience to i the legitimate authority.7th. ve,
session? of the most ample( etio!! of tho late ing attacAed 1))' a .Spanish man-of-war, the ; The conmianding: General nf depait-! : The only' IMC 1 for; a pilot wn; to cone: m-ide We on I in the General! Assembly! to
invasion of, the Island. steamer Pizzjrro c.u ne into the hai bor at tiig'it. menis, the! Lieutenant Governor.-: their dis. and :uxvall the approacli of I the Creole. aro requested to say: that Jrid.:t; Woodward rn-M't next fill will take the

The Di'trtodcla Mjrinn of the 21st! has: I on one side of"it i in search of her, and passed (trie!*, and I the commanders flf' troops ill the The Creole, after beir-g detained, m Ivventv.' xvho xvas appointed some time since [to give quiet an-I! ; the necessary steps-
assurance to
tin article written in :a !of y .t\le. 7Vtp Firs' out on th? other! side, without discovering her. field, as also! I thust, in garrison, are clrtrgeilwith mini.tes: by the! health: Jiier::: : was allovxed, to > 'eiver! a eulogy on the life and character of Fo, ::
'ittory ojrrJtc liml(1/'' Its: details hovver Had the PJ7.7. i rro atlackeJ the invader.*, however the mo>t t'. act and !IIIICIIII follillUt: nt come to I the xvhaif: m ; xvhileilM }'pi tug dutvn, I the. :I the late. John C. Calhoun, will be prepared to f years and upwards hlOllr people jf. "

are cH1t1ncJ th4 movements of t .ihe I they had: determined: to )board: her and of (his order-nil public! otlkers of whatever m Pizarro. ; parsed on above and i ciure: to anchor.Tiie iIischare the duty assigned him on Saturday f ff red frorn I the presence of these murderers

war steamer P1z7lrrn.'te appnd a tt'\ni".1: take pos,esion of her, which they have since rank, service, or class thall' co-operate ns fir: coniniin-inder ordered the pilot I In p.it; her I Emigration:; has b 'en kept back, an I Iar"
tho !
3th instant
rJi to those furiah1l< ll'J cir correspondents, I, learned would have been an easy matter.Jsome as in them lies in good service and careles liet.:ten i the Creole and t the llHr". He I replied I!! next, at the Methodist Church tracts of t fertile! land remain in a wiLfernegj! e

from the officers of the ('IIH'tlilin'-1, thirty or forty. soldiers! came passengers ness or nnivance will bu published! withdeath. he would be d-.1 if he would. As soon asihtf ; in this cilv.
dcrh'cl _. state in and this will!
we do In haotc aaJ at the risk of some I by the Idiel: from Fey West, where! therein $! Creole touched the \ ha if a ""h was made -- --- consequence continue t tob

"Ihis repetition.It tiuI'r of the c p'Jiti.'n"a: left. It was Havana, 10thCorrefpomhnre Ja/, 330. by the men xvith their bundles and. sid-? arm Later from Liverpool. the ease so long as there U a hostile Indiaa

appears that in looking after the Creole! I their intention to 11'l'e1"0 vest as soon aspoihle for the shore and soon the bo-it xvas entirely! From a [private despatch, dalt Macon, 23th within our limits. Il i is relying! too much

the Pizza rro encountered the b.irqaGeor; I ; and return to their hornet in the alundont-d.] They beem-'d glad cnoiigh to j May, received by Messrs. Detlon & Iliggs of on the forbearance of our people t to rip.

had l'clllf11 from the group of! .States.Of oj Savannah Republican. !hak'e gotten! once more oir .\m"l'cm soil. ForImately I this city, xvu learn that the British steamer expectthem
ilni'hih always to bear this
stale of
illa1b n !rtj' coast Vuc.itau; f/t whence I the desperate courage of thee adventurer Kiv rJ'STIr: ) 22!, 1S3Messrs. I for them I lie U. rf. IJarrac.ks, about a I Asia has arrived from Liverpool with dates to We thin;s._

the expedition Milled. The Georgia had onboard it is unnecessary to !pca". '1'1 IC expedition K
some thirty or forty in *n, who preferred xvas composed: of the) very best of our \ (\- consternation' yesterday Inlll' il.Z, by the arrival a shelter. Th Piz-irrn lays here still! hav.iig : State, should the Government al Washingtondn
of !
not accompany the ()pl Jithm. These men I i
were taken! prisoner I : they met at Cardenas during the night by the Spanish war steamer PIzznrro; which as if apprehensive she vvis in a dingeioii.ieighborhoo1 i! .-> I Democratic State Convention. in his annual message this fill, that the most
The landinc wits madon the nig'ut of the I attack was equal to that at Monterey. They disclosed i the Cut that an attack had been uride and it might benccesMry to take I As and
there seems lo be confusion energetic prompt measures: b taken
ISth inst. The first attack, the following speak in the! highest terms of the bravery and on I the Island of Cuba, by an expedition! from very suddenly: to her heels. She} has \e midur some as to r hy

morin was directed agait: the jail, on the I skill! of Gen. Lopez, who they say is fitted lo New-Ui leans. The facts, as I have g', 'IJ'r'd .tan(| about! ; a irindred HKMI alto ml awl! one (the place of meeting! of the Democratic Stale the Legislature! to terminate this disgraceful

HUpKshion] that it was the barruckf.; The,' I l lead in any expedition. Just think of 000( men them, are these : The Creole I left :owOr.I of the Spanish oilio.'is who escaped fjomCardenis. Convention, we will say thai the Lover Su.irannec and harrassing condition of affairs. The ex-

Kentucky! regiment led) this. attack, xvhich was invading an I Inland: of a million inhabitants) I leans on I the 7th in-t., t for t the ostensible, ptir- Springs, in Columbia County, was the amply; set by Georgia worthy of irnilatir.o

warmly met by the sentinels on duty? there, and I and we may 'form some idea of the worse than: pose of taking passengers In Chagres, on their It was the design of the American had: they place recommended( by the meeting in Tallahassee The folloxving from the Jjck.onvile!
some troop.* who were with tll rls. forlorn, hope upon which they had gone, and way to California.; Instead of :oJd: diggers, fijund it impossible to escape to li.ive boarded: News
In their progress tlJrouhl) the town, the in. j fthe calm unflinching courage with which I they, were bou .d I to Cuba, under the coinmnndot'CJer. : : the Piz-uio it I they could. Could: they hive' : as the point for the assembling! of the i is the latent we have seen from the frontier :

vaders met: with : reception! from all quar they 1 weie inspired.Eightyfour: : L !pez, on the project of revolutionis! dune this they xvould have taken her in ten Con'enlion.rc mention this because sex-e- Important from the Frcntier.

ters. being fred upon from wall*, housetop*, doubloon* were found in the ing that Island. The !plan was to land at C'irdenas minutes.Txvenysix. rat! DelegUes have made inquiries in the matler. By ifiM kindness of Capt. Canora, ofths'learner

windows. tC. A body: of Spanish troops, I Treasury: at Cardena*, xvhich were brought, to surprize that place! seize the car, and men and four officers of the Garrison S-irah Spaldinir! we are filt'orpdVi:11:

moving;- towards the Governor's h-xise being1: Key West and by order of Gen. L pez distributed pioei-ed immediately, to.Matan/a: ", and surptize tit Cardenas juine-d:! tho \III'dean" during -- .---.----- intelligence! from the frontier of greal conse.

hailed, returned an answer by liriug. TheGovernor's for the relief of the sick and wounded it, I then: go up the liver to the mo'inlahis an.I I ihe) fight and li.ive com: over xvith! them. The Cuba Expedition.In qucnce t,) our f-lloxv! citizens although it may

1ioue was early attacked, but noi j among the soldier*. fortify I ( themselves.! There: the name.: of nell. I They fceem nvich attached to C:en. [ '! .- our columns! to.d.IYill be found detailed be considered of no moment by our imbecile

until after: Gen. Lopez; *ha) : J,sent three or four, j Tl.e steamers 1'alcon and Ohio, arrived at Lopez would bring I the soldiers! h and the citizens I'Seven negroes also c\ml over. Wlien the accounts, taken from the Savannah Ilepu!!!!i. administration.! It appears that Gen. 'I's'izgs,

distinct summonses: to surrender. The house t Havana I on the 1 lSh.; The Geo-g'ri: from0 to his standard. Having; l'n''l'It.f this, there men leturned to t the bout: at Cardenas, they of the in the military road he has hid out from Tarn
can, .
recent for !
was then set fire to, whet(Ill Governor, SUi I i York arrived on the lJh.: and tailed 1 again I on would have been siioitly, a Midicieist lirce to Ib,md about' twenty negroes who prayed to benken 1 expedition revolutionizing p.i Cay 10 Fort! Pierce on Indian River, has

officers and some: t forty &soldier* retreated] j jlo the 21 I >l for, Chagres. The Falcon!), sailed; on inspire confidence in t the people! and to meet : xvith tll'm.11: wen sent ashore, IW\\"I Culn.: and, its total failure. The whole I fornewtVit encroached: on 'the line stipulated

the next )h,w,e, which xva- tired in its turn j the 'J2d for Netf Orleans. I the army of t the (; ,ve rum i'tet. I It i Was; In lie veil ever, except these suven who hid IIem afhir was planned with 'the most t extraordinary I by (1'11. Worth as defining the Reservation

They tll.1 made their way to a third hous-. Neither of the above steamers 1 xvere allow I that I the great: mijjrity of I the people were in and wete not discovered i i the boat gut out secrecy, for xve had scarcely heard of it beforeits izndcr the notorious ArmNtice effected;: by him.

on which were several ladies and! 'theis colIccled. j ed to enter the hirboras u'ual, and proceed !favor of revolution and \\'IIIId'illt! the regular (to SI'TIIl'Y: were ought u : before Jail: Ig.' i results! were communicated through the This encroachment inclu.IPS two military

The roof of this house, which! was a to the general ground anchorage, bin were soldiers! ; declare! i in i their t favor as t they advanced. .I. Marvin' tin District: Judge, this morning upon po.N connected by some four miles of roadI

low one save way and fell in. hut; no one was ,' :k"pt nfl'hy the Guard Ship ; none of their pas.c The Creole! proceeded( tn the: I>land a writ of' habeas corpus' who! ordered iherii lobe I I'n's'ari"lI, opinions will doubtless} be entertained I I ree"nly; made by the government tiHct'6

fcriunsly hurt. I In thU fondiu'oji the intntte: j: it'ng'r c $ were permitted to land. '('111' Isabel. of Mugeies I eltf C.1". Ca I tldH', on I ht' ClJ'lt of d-livHied to the Spanish Consul. He I vxill I as to the morality of this attempt, and "N'jirn thru hilly Uoulegs !ave notice, in due

with the! lire at their heels, and ;)h? soldier-! \\ as the only: steam: that was ulloue.l! to go Yllt'aLln.t this phcc: they joined a put: 'Jf send! IKMII! on boird I the I'i/.urro, to L ,I.li\.1 many will probably denounce! it in the most diplomatic! : form, to Gen. '1\\ ::i, that, unless

danger of being- blown tip by their 'xvu ear- ,: in and out as fjrmrrly.The I expedition; which!,; h'id arrive f simollme t cre', to t their ow-iers. The Creole! ; has bitter lerm But t for ourselves, we can only 'I'I (,lIr troop removed from xxithin the Indian

triages. had no choice! but to surrender. A '' biigs .\I 'Ib. and Somers, of Cla.11':11- previous on the. !bris-S-r-an L' ud, and the bar-: seized; bv ti"! .' collector fir various }breaches: of II that I xve see nothing in the i efloit; to liberate t I line, they should be driven from it by 'force; _
white llag was, lh"*n'.l!
window on the point of a btyt: ,-t. In lire ab. : came out. For full particulars we refer to the -ix; hundred' aid: f fifty! !ien nll,1.IS I composednftluee ,ed. No reur>nsranee! was mule by the ad- the Cubans v/hieh? is not worthy of the I| gallant General }being hampered, hy xvinf of

fence of anythingclse to *t'J'tbf' piiqw-w of a loiters of our correspondents.Ki 1't' illl"lIb., the : i"i..ipl'i; L'Iii:1n: t venture.wh"ii! she was seized. l'.elIoiikid" I i highest! sympathy. 1 It"xv." are to believe the instructions he has bren oanIPIl'rJ, to retire.

Jug, one. of t the young ladies pi.. cnt gallantlyntfered i and Kentucky.; Iniorm; ji.mi vvus: sent fr.nu fIr it ;as a matter (if 1 course. Tiy'l been 'I history; of the times, there is scarcely any po- and construct new military posts an! a new

an article of her under :,ur 1\'U11 which j ICOl'Tl'IoOlu1t'OC"" lnll.nall It'1.uh1icm.: ] here toIlavaiH 1 1 :; I I'y a surtck tt delude the (Gov.ernment ;( i entirely peaceful and seem dNjjosi-d; to abide pc! xvor.e governed and mme. "rll'ralljplun.. rca ii."

xvas used for the purpose.The < S 1 .\: : [S.UHI., May 21, 1S50. as lo lh" ;point of allu.k.il'r: two I I 'by the Lt1.UlJ: of th 'm are ge 1I11"IW'ii o': flered their riders: linn the Ve place! great reliance upon th source
Cubans and
place being( taken. Gen. I op'z. who : Messrs. Editors As have das stay at the hi -ird. I he! whole-! exjieditioriembarked ediicati.in!I and: are wl'the In",' re'pl'cI.1'le i finrHies I by are I from xvhich we "have obtained this inrflJi." pnce,
had thus far been unable to, get speech of the j :- you probablyercthis the only \vondjr is that they have xo long rernaiiifd I and consider it lndu,i\'l The Iit'Ji.inj
had news (>the invasion: of Cuba, and! I on t th" Creole! for Cur lenas. !having: in the \'t't. Wlri{ wilt 'I" their} ile:Ii.i.iiiition o c "ill

Inhabitants, which he was axious to do, in or.j the landing of the army under G _'11. Lopez aCardenas i: sent I the brig and barque back; to Ne.vv.Oileans.Tljey ( i : is unknown. S 'fnf> ]understand! le:ivelo !;I in ibis state of !hn'ry.. The failure never remove from Florida, unless compelled!

der! to save blondihed.! explained that) the ex. 1 suppose xoa will l.iok f for some !'I' i leached Cardenas on the J 1'Jth inst. at ; day f.Jrew OrI'au'tnnll,] :lbore 3UD() on I IheIsabel. lit' the expedition, though it might: have been !so to do by force. Gen. Tdlor.ilb all his

})dition( came to the Island to offer liberty to ; further news by our arm i sal. Hoping that it II 2 o'clock A. M. Here on account' of low tide ). Gen. !"P"z ancllais,| Aid, J. Sanchez i j expected from the limited preparations and hue and cry of Okeechobee and I>''i !
the inhabit: int?. n.t with the purpose of pun- : may 1 l'C ,.1' service to YOU I give it to you so I and other trurtions! they were del iy.d i two Yanegi: are amoiii Ihf latter.i the Stiahess! of the number in it will fin-J himself put tl) hit tnnips at last. Ha
tier. He issued at the same: time strict orders i engaged m-Jeavor! to throw the odium of .
far as I have} been able! to obtain the same on '! hours before a l'iiidng; ;; could I b- l.ft'cll..J.-; } \i After the "nl bail gotten; ont' t ti() sea from may hi, atroeiou
that no property should! be taken without being }board. i i Th5sd.liv with thij noise of landing had given I Card-.Mias! \"ult''a.. taken to u"termine their j will excite the regrets of those who have < management of this rnlnole war oa

i paid t for, and gave other necessary orders.The : The ill\'ad landed on the night of the Hth !I 1II1c alarm aid 1 a desp-tlch vas immediately; co'trse. .\ mljnrily'olt'd: (for coming to Key j watched the course of things in Cuba. l flet-tler Gen.: Twig, but he cinnot do so succt-ssfuliy.

effect of these measures was that the I I; at Caidenas, and commenced! ) fighting on Sun- : ('d by I the Governor of f Garden t tor .Man.t.1117.1 West t, Gen.:" Lopez then IkC'llln be set ;ashore! things were hoped from it, it i h true, but ..r within F!. rida.
red shiits nnd cwI\. JI'
on s,
Spanish put (lay znorni tug (1 lDtJ). The fighting was throughout i =. As soon ag they landed an attack was at La Yii'illadfl!( Abijo.xvhere troops were stationed I six hundred m Americans though they
the invaders and distributed thonwhvthiough Congressional Investigations.Since .
j rrnde ollllw' I the Americans wlw I.- ** I
shunting *
: girrison, siiUiei*
the sustained !5n the it became I with the SpuiMi
day evening ;
; i : be-cannot in a day overturn .
tl.e town with at least, the ostensible! ,, fierce, and Spaniards couldn't bland the as Ih'}' advanced Liberlad do Cuba! y hide joined! t them, and who were anxi"U t tO havmttovifj miy a long esj the result of" the Ga'phin! : i ilion inr'sti"1.

object} of coneilirttiug the people in favor of;';' fire. The! invaders then attacked the Palace pendenci'i." At day light atier three .I.".. uinv A number of the Americans, j lublished I tyranny, and inspire with courage I [ has )''l"n made known lie puMic appelite .

th,'ir new is.itor. It doe" not appear: how. when some hard lighting was experienced, for hard fighting, the city was captured, with the were also xxilliiis: to follow him. The supply; : the patriots whu sigh fir liberty. It xxill take Las become shnrpeired 'for further dj co,.

ever, that much impression was mad this way, |I the .Sjianiaids were shooting from the top of loss ofst.'ennwl clns and fifteen wounded. of fire] XXMK so small that it was IhO12ht' there ;, thousands of stout hearts and true hands to i

and it i is certain that the Spanish officers all j:: the houses and xxiirloxvs ; however, the Los The logs of the Spmianls: ,! is not known, but is xx-ould /t be suflicient, to take them I hick to unfurl freedom's banner from the Moro and i cries. The cabinet butcher, C\ing. has: a

remained faithful to their llig, exhibiting Yankees victorious taking possession of,I supposed) to have been from fifty to one hun the shore and reach this place, and th"y determined t committee on his trail, and it i is (Oonfidenllyprf'dicl'd
throughout a worthy of the days of! I rJ. The Governor and Lient. Governor j keep it there. This will be done In time.- I
the Palace and capturing the Governor and : drt net to ivturn. Lopez seems still sanguine. [ that the m.st startling! disclosures
old Castile. I Cardenas were taken prisoner-;. The (0rllor'j \'. [He that hill will calla I The late attempt shows! wIth what ease a few
hi< .\ill:. They were conveyed on board: the I says Dime yet will be i made: corruption by that oti1cer.h .-
The loss en the side (fthe in'uJ.rs'J '. palace was }'Irol. This was neces. host his standard.; The American* speak! thousand this
I Cieolc.! The Palace was set on lire, tVc.- t to men can accomplish great work, I 041.i borp'," the Washington correspondent .
pome1 killed and perhaps 10) wounded, while i I S to rnnki them vnrrender. The 'firing was of his He war
Out of twenty.txvo lancers not one t' cnl1t.'tI.i try in lire highest tenrs courage. and we si' ud! not be surprised it, in less thantwelve
it is presumed, that the defendants! ofthe place' The Creole sailed from there with the Governor : I constant; and hot from the garrison and to>is of tr) be found throughout the (fihlINC! ''he I I of the Georgi, thus speaks of the matter .

met a k). s of some tiO. Gen. Lopez, i is fojin. I prisoner, but he was landed, again, and I hoiues until the cil:1" taken. The Span.ish bullets fl-nv thickets. 1'1.think though that I months, another attempt is made: that i iI I :
ion that thcrewrt' not probably more than i; well! but the will be crowned with tho most complete success .
i soldiers fought and bravely,
returned to Havana. She arrived safe at Key I he was oWerved as to the extent of his popularity "The Richardson Committee, whirl arc
IOU) regular' soldiers of the line in Cardenas, : West after a close pursuit by a Spanish: war I Americans with the same dauntless! and XT he. in C'lba: and this was: the c\IJ*e of the I now ir.q-ririug into the doing of Mr. Evving;
at the time of the attack! ; lut during nl! these i; glen m"r. ment courage that hxvept Mexico, carried C\'. failure oflhp expedition. As to the fict in ''hi i iJ has made a? great amid important; coveriej:
transactions news had been sent to (W.ro, a j I before them, and in ft w hours af. I J "The Terrapin Party." .
Gen. Lopez comes to your city, as also some cry thing a ; respect i: is difficult to siv. Lopez has long as the Galphin; Committee and will soon *'
port ten miles distant, and to Matati/ax (ir reinforcemen's i; his men. From them juu can get more correct -. ter landing !this city, of seven thousand: mba!h- had time reputation of being the most popularman We clip the following p ira:raphs! under the port on the strange: rnirm r in which that

and large roinforcravr U were : account There are so many reports I hunts, was in the 1'05sc& iou of six hundred in Cuba, but his popularity; is chiefly in above heading, from the Federal Union, p'ib.lished rufTiin b'jfcrVr! ha* adininis'ered the busin siof
approaching the city neitr 300 men having ur.1 j men. the Southern where his estates and his > It wit be him
that the truth is hard to get at. part lay Milledgeville.. Should they be lsp.\rim nt. proved on
lived before fl c-htf.lll. Dining the dny too, I I t-iK-lo-ic a ) of the Captain General's On reaching tire rail.road depot the rails! when lie lived when! a Spanish General. applicable that he ha illegally and fraudulently! reopened .
ome of th?; invading! force had become= a lit. !. yon copy the of Marjtanzus and to a certain: class of politicians in"j I Ii all claims lhat he has drawn from
Proclamation, published the next day after were found to have been taken up, so as to Had project seizing money
tic disorganized by} drinking, and u portion ofJ j. the news reached him of the invasion.TLe render it impossible to I icach Matanzas I by I that I fortilyiig himself in the rnoii'itains succeeded, j Florida, our rcd.'rs'iII! not regret their pub- the Treasury nriinst; the express provisions of

them had been detailed to place)! the wounded I city of Havana is in the greatest excitement. means. Uefore they could have reached thereby Cuba may have been at this moment revolutionized. j i lication in our columns ; the Constitution and that the officers under
and a quantity of coal on boaid: the Creole. in I I I As in other attempts( him, have: either from ignorance or corruptly .
i "Thirteen! thousand citi r.l1'o1un- foot) the whole force of the Government; mmy i We dislike to call names, but there is a grn-
order to enable h her to return at once W rein .: leered on the t21ht 1 in the cause uflrrani .\'. would ha c been ready to lecvive them. This however, the occurrences of an hour may certain clas. of politicians in Georgia, whose I" made conlracts with Indian Agents by

forcernents. Influenced by tee! and other 1 i Yours, in haste part) of the project having l failed, it was con. have thwarted and defeated a xvell-funned: conduct shows that, in moral temperament, which hundreds thousands dollars! were

ttrong consideration?, ( n. Lopz determined I '\'. W. ULAXCHAKD. eluded t to remain at Cardenas and await a de. plan.Since they are nearly akin to the terrapin. They I put into the pockets of knaves. Never was
re-embark his command board the Creole
to on lions!ralion in their favor. The citizens in \\'J'ling the nLo"p'l hear thronuh cannot be moved except by fire. The North, money squandered more lavi..hlnt''u,
A\hich was done M>on after nightfall of the the Consul this that the Pi. I an administration more thoroughly bent on increasing -
the morning appeared: friendly I and disposed to Sranish at port violation of the Constitution, annually ptirj .
game day'ou which they landed (I9h: inst.) Proclamation of the Captain-General. join the invaders, invited them to their houses zarro in Saturday last captured the brig Susan j loins or letains and refuses to return properly f fI the expenditures of the Governrnenf -

On their way to the hot they were attacked I Con Frcdico de Koncali; Conde de Alcoy, and t treated them hospitably, but none took Loud and the barque Georgianna, 11.0'cs.. I in value estimated at hundreds thousands$ of in order to be f rced to have recourseto
Ity' a force twenty-two hnceisand fortyfiveinfantry. I and Captain-General of the Island.] of Cuba, sels }U'fore mentioned carried) additional: taxation, so as to be gratified in
up arms and none came in from the country. as having part L dollars in which they are indirectly interested.They : .
These troops fought the invlerswith I Commander-in-chief the army, hereby make III the evening about sundown, a hundred of the expedition Mujieres.. They were Ii I see it, and know it, but it docs not moiethorn. proposinjj a new Tariff. Were it not for iheseinvestigatini

desperate courage charging i up to the bayone.ls. j !known that disembarked' at this moment upon and! twenty I lancers marched into the city. Apart on their way from that island to New Orleans. Hale' and Seward and. Giddings and committees, the prophecied deficit .

The lancers were killed ulmo .t to a ; the Territory which her Majesty has confided( took a position in one street to cut off a They had on board, besides their cresom !, (;nIt and Root in the National: councils;, almost I in the Trt'asllrJ'ouM already be made
man. One of ihcm, a common eoldii-r" returned i j to my care, in order to carry out their sacrilei and other who backed out but the investigations have the
letreat. The others, fifty in number, chargedthe 1 13: or20 :nt n. some sick : daily insult them, and by their unceasing efforts ; : stopped
twice alone, searching like the 1'Vnch officcr i, deigns, the foreign Pirates congregated Americans and were all, with one exccp. Ol.t and concluded return. The Pizzarr.I > I l are seek'iig lo undeirnintt the foundations proceedings of I ihe Department. They bare
Waterloo, for some point \vheie he fur that purpose, and prepared some time since look! them into Havana and immediately sailed I not only discovered the but
lion, shot down. The lancer that escaped I of their prosperity. They look! from under I ii guilty party: prc-
might} pie.rce the line. I j and the sacred duly to preserve the welfare of fter the Creole. There're luken on vented: 'frauds that meditated the
showed rt'cld..s'alortwice, single handed I their shells, and se.e all that i is going on. but were on
the harbor of Cardenas the the also tlm I lives and j
On leaving I country as protect ,
prop.erty letters which
and &lone, he charged-at the second charge Iht..e'c ds a great number make no elI rls to defend their rights. Combinations Treasury.
of the vessel was laid in a N. W. direction i. of its ftithfu! inhabiant! in xirtue of theextraordinary
course I 'his._ horse was killed, his arms vvis broken. and were brought here.A .., .. are formed to deprive the South of In view of the developments already made
-- -
in order to avoid the ii.k! of conferred and -
meeting me ,
power upon; he taken and brought here. In this smack arrived here an hour ago troni tla- all interests in the newly acqllired. territories
'I prisoner ; of official the of Ewing,
S Spanhh men of war. As soon as the land these which appertain to me as Gcnerul-in. communicated with thu Pizarro. malpractice on part
attack assistance was rendered tie citizens. vana, and and their only is, keep
no by
response quiet keep
.f.\rt..ct__ from view_i_ (;t'n. Loncz! jravc orders t to chief order and decree.1st. with the smack in tow. the Union propounds the flowing! query
.o-n On the the of the She is just going out : quiet.' Patriotic and devoted Southern
: contrary Captain men
: to-
eland westward his intention) being make I Th xihole Territory of the Ltand: of the
for the mail 'from giving touching another matter doubtless fresh ill'
lancersas found to be the very man who had Haste prevents me point, them to a xiolati-d Constitution, to the
the of .Mantua, in Cuba is declared in state of also
another landing at town : a siege, as ,
l feasted the officers sumptuously at dinner, and you further details. I infringements upon their rights. to the danger .,. rr.f'morl'rom }- of most of our readers :
the Island and
4 Vurtta de Abajo. The district so called is Keys adjacentnnd consequently
made t them believe he was with them. I should have stated! thai some of the xvoun I I 'that surrounds them. All these they see and A QUERX-.-Since the whole cabinet en-
all that of the Island of Cuba westward subject to all the hg-il of this
part consequences Onr of the Aids ,Gen. Gen. Gonzalez cJ Americans were left at Cardenas from ne. but the fire has
( Lopez, j acknowledge, not penetrated dor e and justify the Galphin? swindle through
from Havana. A large of the command state, } the motives which dictate the
) part the exist.Notwithstanding. lays here badly! but supposed not dangerously cessity. TIe Governor and! Lieut. Governorof i their shells, and they remain mimuoved.'i their orjian, xvill any one now doubt the truth
however by wa measure
had l'COlnl' discouraged
had met with by the Spani-.Ii I the prominent and efficacious xvoundcd. Cul. O'Hara, of Kentucky, is Caidenas were released on giving their It was a maxim of our fathers that eternal of the house-rent story connected with the

and they had resolved not to another authority which this declaration reas.sures also xvounded, hut not dangerously. Capt. word of honor that these men should be xvell vigilance; is the price of liberty.' Do Secretary of the Interior 1 It will he remembered

troops, The orders of Gen.attempt Lopez were to the military power, all oilier tribunalsCiltiflUe Logan, of Kentucky died of his wounds, and treated-a promiso they remembered most they heed this maxim ? Are they animated that Thomas Ewing stands charged, Lya

landing. council was called! and some in the respective exercises of their his, body was thrown overboard the day after probably only while the Creole was in sight. by the spirit of their sires ? If this Union: respectable citizen ofihis city, with offering

rl'peated11..n thrt" .fmrths of a the force determined to land power, taking cognizance in the common andordinary they left Cardena Among 'those killed was The city is full of rumors of other expeditions I shall be preserved, and with it the Constitutionin an appointment to a public office! in part con

the boat's transactions which arc not excludedby an Kpiscopal parson from tho West, whose having been fitted out from .Mississippi J and its purity, are they men upon whom reliance sideration cube rent of a house, and that ha
Wet a guard over
placing .
at Key name I have nut learned. Pennsylvania. This is gathered from the ad. be of the ltd
officers this decree. ; can placed 1 The surrender has never invited an investigation of (
to insure it. The generally
compass willing to follow the General.Tho 2nd. All the coasts of the Island, also its The Americans receiving no assistance venturers. CARYSFORT.Tiarqite territories will not move them. Abolition in charge-thus shunning, as xve have a right to

were Creole! ran aground in leaving harbor surrounding waters, are declared under block from t the people, and aware I that a force often the District of Columbia will not move them. infer, an exposure through the means of a

of Cardenas, and remained six hours in ade by the Naval force of Her Maje..ty, and th
the of being overhauled by armed the papers of every vessel may be demandedand on the march to attack them, took to their boat Ctpt. Smith, lying at the West Pass was which these are preliminary, is taken, 'man.I Washington' have such a set of.councellora

vessels.expectation She was only got off afier throwing scrupulously examined. Those'e'ses! at night and ;put to sea for Key W cst. Tire burned yesterday morning. She was loadingfor I cipation in the Stalest Let them remain: inactive around him ?"

quantity ammunition andprovision which are loaded with people xvhatever maybe next morning the steamer Pizzaro was disco New Yoik, and had on board: at the time now, and so sure as effect follows cause,

overboard a only large 30,000 rounds of arnunition their port departure or destination: arts declared eied astern in chase. They kept ahead all 506 bales of cotton which was also entirely this fire will soon be applied." 03- The New York Weekly Globe comet

remained.-The Creole, in going to K. y West. to hoof suspicious character, but if their that day, and at night night changed their consumed. The fire was first discovered a. to us beautifully improved, both in size and
while the Pizzarro should not confirm suspicion they will coniso to North East t, and made iho reefat IJout one o'clock in the morning, and so rap. THE .\.SJI\'ILLE CO'i'EXTIOX.Tho Jack. The Globe 13
South papers typographical
took the appearance.
North passage Thus they missed only be ordered away from tho Island.Contraxvisc .- Key \ucas. There a pilot took them in. idly did the flames spread that, the Captainand son Mississippian has letter (from Arkansas, Democratic
took the of the most sterling
passage. had time to with their nov one
in in case notable want of side the iceland run down. The Pizzaro was crew barely escape which Tell friends in
each other while outside. Had they come papers says : our Mississip. U
ofl'ihe channel lives. We have beard of no satisfactory l ac. sheets North of Mason's Sc Dixon's Line.
of loaded with arms or munitions of war, ship yesterday morning, having
woud: doubtless being
struggle that Arkansas will stand the South
contact, a bloody how the fire ol' pi, up to of the
had t or goods that in tend to promote arrived in the night. She demanded ,a, pilotof count given as to gillitC'd.We -- is ably edited by Col. Du Solle, formerly
been the result. The Pizzarro onboard may any way
have Lieut. who therein the understand the vessel was partly insuredin as Mississippi stood up to the Union, in the and takes a
four companies of Granadiers-(probably civil war in this Island, they will be held a' Rodgers, lay Philadelphia Spirit of the Times,
Petrel tho United States schooner in IJoston, and the cotton entirely covered by deadly breach at Buena: Vista." A
200 men.) enemies, and treated in accordance with the engaged sterling just and liberal (as the times go) view of the

It is a curious circumstance and ono well ordinance of the Royal Armada. the coast survey. The purpose for xvhich they insurance Loss estimated at $12.000. patriot residing in Louisiana: says : The agitating questions of the day. II'any of our
whatever their number waited a pilot xvas, as they avowed, to chase [Apalachicola
3J. All of the
worthy mention, that the cholera t1i3 ppear. persons people country are incensed at the false wish lo good Democratic
friends patronize a
; the bands the Creole. M r. Rogers replied that they
who fchall have belonged to invading ,
that the
Havana the moment news of
cd in received. will be immediately shot. could have a pilot to come into Key West, hut oman.-I1e who has not experienced the expressions opinion, which have been 'appearing paper published in New York City, we would

the lauding oftbe expedition is well sustained was by the ex.r 4th. Although it is not even remotely sup. not to pursue the Creole. The commander, friendship woman, knows nut hall I lie charms in the New Orleans Bulletin and other advise them to subscribe for the Globe. Specimens .
This circumstance of the Pizarro threatened to inform the Government : and delights of friendship. Woman possessesthe Free Soil of lhat are all
of all disciplined armies in the field, posed that any inhabitants of this country can papers citro'a can 1 lP seen at our Reading Room.
pcrience of robbers the of his refusal to furnish him a pilot, art of embellishing\ the saddest 1 moments Nashville Convention and
of battle, when the sick list dU unite with the horde forgetting men in our parish,
on the eve a The excitement in Havana sacred duty they owe to their Queen, their on which Mr. Rogers sent him his card, to of our life, by unalterable sweetness of temper,: .1 believe this -feeling pervades the whole EARLY FRUIT.-A load of water-melons
miniehes rapidly.
that there be doubt who he constantcare, and unwearied attention vhc
might no ;
and of their W:1S- to toxvn
in like manner, so great that not a case I country and families, ignorant ; State. I shall be in Nashville! with at least the first of the season, \va brought
was if should Alter a short time, a pilot boarded the Pizar is man's best companion in prosperity, and in I "
interest notwithstanding, cakes.
after the arri- own any hot
cholera xvai' reported. tho day commit such infamous crimo, they thall, be I ro from a piloting echooncr, and brought her adversity hit ttuc,t fricad. fifteen other delegates." A largo majority of yesterday, and went off'Miko
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Jisu'nguM Georgian lias wiliJi-n( a and piirilegrg giuuanticd ly the c< i.
rlii.s 4ppJmttflCflt ac ih Dt'gLte ) \ic atk tor ni.yi..in!
I let %CC'P" _! of Congicft*. which: is nut juM ? Will any We continue our examination of the coon ApalachicoUi! to consider and devise mean* Middle Florida lo }>roctjie a cur.neciun! xxith$ will cooiintfMce oa %Vdc3), ..'
hviJl<* Convention which ue find fce tOfh thy of Jalj next.Ir .
not hl'mili''] Ijy latiHlkiMii., that fbr the
tn1 sis woflh'c ronstiuction of ;i Plank I'oa-l, frorii: us. .
la new for another fortnight, in order lo see what addition l,, ihr p't-vil F.cufr! thre other .
bl'sbeJ:: itj ninny of our Georgia ecane' l anything! win I than peace and (security in this city lo some point in .Middle! Florida, amid And what is the obstruction which separates Techer will b' emplojtJ lo begin iheir b<*rvic i '
vindication of the their slave! and thut the TWrrituties are the further indications of our prospects. Franklin! from her sister counties
[ an ahe' and "'r410 property to procure subscriptions for stock in the same, populous with the nest Term. S.

lit of the South, and v.e deeply t egret of the United States he as oprn to us, with The table of receipts and exports of the !last have deemed i it expedient, as a preliminary in the interior ? Only a tract of pine F 4r j'jriicular! *, ne* CircxVirasj Catalr.guefc.Tt.i 5'

potion inability to publith it entire in our col. our' property, as it is to them, with theirs ?- crop, down to the 23d instant, make the deficiency. yep, in t.t ** ad ancement of this project, to exhibit \voods of some 75 miles intervening, and the
0r from Shall this I IK" denied us and we submit for fear as compared with the previous to tie public some of the general advantages country possessing more than the ordinary a thorough i..i i"S'n- EJucsfioa.V. ;, S

|,J1"{ We niHlu1 the lo\rinc> ] extract disunion ? for frar of civil war ? k disun.jot year of flank Roads, and their peculiar adap adaptibililies for the construction cia Plank \ I... IlAKfUON, A. M.. Principal j '

tnd c nmcnd the sentiments it contains to ) f-n pirabe! lo the non. lavclmldini States, 049,111 hues, which shown further falling lion to tho-commerce and prosperity of this Road. It is estimated! by those familiar xviih

jt, reflecting men of ail parties : and Union so necessary to us, that we rnuit off; since the 9h; of 15,093 bales. The total region of count iy.Although the cost of these Rnads that thetrrn of 100,000 HOARD TRUSTEES.; S .

tte}; TV Xafhvillp Convention nvxt be heU] tamely surrender what is lione tiy and justly receipts to thst date, aie 1,891,811 1 )bales, Plank Roads! are I the simplest dollars xvilr open I this communication. We Hon IJjn. R.I U. W.M MAY PAR.\MOEIn.sidcntcfB.'ard.*?. Vice!: 'i ., .

inpavurcs adopted and ;ih.s mea.g.carrifJ ours in order to prevent a disunion ? U civil The exports lo Great Britain are "i74f>73 and easiest ofcorutniciioti of any of t the structures have thus, in a brief manner, exposed to you. I. BUNTlNt;, Etq.v. .. S t

J.t.i.cirt od 'b.V i.e Somh, if we hope to nr PO much a pastime with the nnnkktveholdin : bales and tin- total to nil fuieigu 7-13.091 hitherto devi ports
tJre that equality of tights teemed to us States, that in order to escape this. way of I ra ntlIJrtaIiou. t they are still the last, contemplated enterprise-i's accompli.hmentxve'haveto U'. L. TOOKE, C.q.. S .
jntain? their bales, short of those lust year lo the same }'e.riod. in the of commit to fostering favor and Kev. II. Z. AlttilS! Seerciar!. : :
R conctiiution. !It is uufoilunate., that holiday sport, we must reliiiqtiMi our catalogue exp[ rirnents, which has your S. C. THOMAS, Kq .Tieawer.N. '. .
wc exi
tt.f1'; thcjConvrntiou any and it will be doub- honor ? Of the conmrative stock on hand in all the The first, m the seii, .s of road improvetnents publication! of .Mr. Gillespie, to which xve B. The next Se-oir.n will open in t th! ROOD. '.
; m the premisn, occnpii-d bv the Principal. :
unfortunate] should that Convention; fail loB'jopt port., then is an increase for the present year adopted in this country, was turn would call public :attention.WILLIAM. Madison, M.i 25 i iswj.: 20HEADQUAP.TEES
h Mr. Clay and the President.Mr. pikes-to them succeeded rail-roads-canal A. KAIX,
; with unanimity, deci-ive aud efcicnl of 65,101 bales! from which, however, shojld
Clay has thrown down the gloxe lo any ; transportation al!o prevailed extensively in TII0.3. L MITCH EL, FLORIDA MILITIA, )
., aS11Tt. be deducted the. burned in the late fire 11ta.'sa..sce. .Muy 2uth, 1S.i4j. 5
quantity this several Hut it is J. C. MACLAY, .
To dally, flO %'. is not only a virtual, but anagual fiieud of the Administration, in the matter of country years. only
in Charleston. 0,1-10( hales leading, as t'ae within few that attention DAVID G. RXXCY,
stave the} a years past public
of to
surrender our property, the settlement of the Territorial difficulties, in
true PS.SUi I bales.! has been directed to Plailc Iloa-ls, and the. experience II. U. STONE
of the! Abolitionists. I know !full! well excess, I
mercy > a manner not to be mU'uken. The plan of 1 P.. F. XOURSE.DAXIIL :1
many in the Southern) Stales feel aJirnied Our dates fn>m Liverpool are down lo lie already acquired, from: their limited I :
that very the President, has been to admit California( us use, is daily convincing the that no : : J. DAY, :
for I the safely of tho Union, should the lOlh instant. Tor the week ending on lh3J country
Convention assemble! und the action of the she if, with her monstrous boundary limits, and : other contrivance, yet devised, is equal to U. S. IIAWLEY, .5 ,

Convention \be sanctioned' by the People. I lo leave the remaining Tetritories xx iihout any : the sales ar reported at !1)0,010) bales ;- I ihem in economy of construction-in capacity! Conzrnitke.Corrcpwitos % \T1IFRE.s, Anelecticn ot Major General for tfa

and for the week closing on the 10th,at 50,170. of accommodation, and in diiTusivenc&s o(fI 2d Divuicn, Florida Militia, was held ort the
for ih Union f these States.flje .
live nft fears government at all, thcicin inviting the people benefits cc uj the c'umund Enquinr.WAIIINCTOX tirt t Monday of April ui inui,, and it appearing[ by a '

only danger we need apprehend) rests in inhabiting those territoiies to do precisely as The total sal-'K for t the! preceding five weeks I to the people. May 21, ISoO.We full can v 344 c.l the rt-tur'M made to the KxocmivwOtbce S
ij It seems strange to us noxv, when we re- that BENJAMIN HOPKINS!
ourmnking an unjust and di > < norable sacri. amounted to oUlJ30) bales and, although id-ily elected S
fear difSi.Jution.! Nomttrr the Californians have done, lo the manifest ; view the statistic* of Plunk Iloads. and discern had a irreat treat in the Senate to-day. Major General of said id Division r.f I'li.riif Militia! :

fire of otir tiglU, lur ( I will stand] injury of the South, and the continued distraction there was a good deal of speculation, we observe 'heir capabilities, as well as their uniformly The usurpation of the Execution in enJimig a .\07C. If it tlurrfutt known. Thai the above named .
what course we adopt.
may that the a\erage purchases of the spinners Urge dividends, that their benefits should so fleet to Cuba was ably presented by Mr. Yu- [njimin Hopkins i is hereby prncUinedi duly .
1)kded for the safety of the Union. of the country. Tlio country now lee of Florida. Mr. Wcbstet'n defence xxe elected Mijur (-nfral tf 2n4 Division Florida ililitia.ind -

lf\ve tamely Mibnjit to injustice: and fraud, stands before us xvith five wounds," said: .Mr. I were 40,000 bales per week. long have been undiscovered. The only reason thlmh1t! feeble rnongh. Mr. Yulee! showed when rornmiajiuDcd, will be obeyed and: respected .

the Union will be preserved : and The ices, during this fortnight, have improved v.'hich suggests itself our minds, as explanatory accordingly. .
oc.ourst' Clay, bleeding and demanding a remedy. pi of this fact, is, that the human mind very conclusively that the present armiiKtra-! : THOMAS BROW?.'. .

i apprehend that lao many of the our patriotic Does the President propose lo heal up all those a full Jd., and arc altogether! Jd. higher is iivire easily captivated and carried away t liou had lent agaiti-t th' I liberal m movement* Governor and CorurnanJer-in-Cliief. S

citizens have already come to contusion, than at the beginning of the five weeks. the) on every question brought to their con'idera. By the Governor-Attest : S
I and than bv the
by magnificent grand j
tint submission of wrongs: no matter who wounds ? No. Hut his plan is lo heal one "L. A. THOMPSON,
t lion, a nil I hat the sending t thn U. S. fleet to
The comparative Mocks in Liverpool at simple and useiiil. A plain Plank Roar], wish: i ia Adjutant and Jn pectoi General."
arar.tq indicted by Congress, is the only] und leave the others still bleeding, even if they Cuba, for the reasons set forth in ihe 'ofllcial
i Mav 23, l I"SO 20 3t
locomotive dii-l
of horse mules
show material off in poxver
the length begin to a falling
ofpresetiing confederacy. i S
vutv result in death. ii organs, was a violation of constitutional du')

LaWing under this conviction, they are The Presidut's course is dictated by a fear i\ spite of the.trick of the Mat.chcster spiunsis, coutras's with t the tamely sell moving, in the loci-motive imaginations, blenching of men, aii.I i the commercial freedom of America. GUSi1TllING.

willing to remonstrate, complajn! and threaten.aud who, in order to swell the stock in Liverpool The question xvill again com tomorruw.Correq'oiide7zce .
the establishment of for.'h fire Mn/kc in i.s
wben llicsr hare proved) unavailing, sii lest, in Tenitorial Governments ; steam, and arrowyspeed. I
; and hollers let their lie Ui-SHITTh WORK "f alt ntion5.wiiii 1o'ne
discourage purchases ( ce cr S
down, f ld their arms, read 'uhiutou's farewell the responsibility of vetoing or approving of the Conner.WASHI.XCTOX '3- ti.e iiiiio.r Preclsiou and

nddjess i and rise uji kinging paeans lo the Wilmot Proviso should be pressed i iupon there as long as possible.: It is very ca'y for lInt the illusions xxhich have hitherto fascinated M.iy 18.I the 'hscrilJer.at! Lissiop) | next door to Despatch I7r. Carnard&y

oar glorious Union. him. I Hence t the pertinacity xv.ih which them to do so, as a transit cf two hours on the ll.e minds of men, in regard to the I The prominent: event of the day was the Paiticular uitietderj, ama! lhapatronnif
{ capabilities of Rail: Iloa-ls for the i ot all i- soUc ed.
misfortune which attends ibis mode cf tianspoita-
jircserniig One : the Union, is, that thoe who in* I he clingb to his own peculiar plan, and oppo-j Rail Iload, lakes cotton from Liverpool to lion of the ;produf* of the country is nov fast! long Galphiu expected case. repoil It occupie.l of the Committee thP deep attention on the JJoor Locks KcpalrcJ, .5.C.. &r.CHARLES. DEillLLY.Tallahassee. .5
.Manchester to meet their daily: wants.
6ic< he wiongs anticipate the result, and ses every other proposal for a settlement (little being dispelled b\ the lights ofVxperiencn and of the Hou e S"r nearly the xvhole session. May ?.'. IS. D. 20
another This is all understood about In view of these heavy purc.a' es, we may lha teulities of disappointed hopes. It ha*
laugh at its imbecility ; objection is, diiTiculty. Washington Mr. UCRT, the Chairman, mide the report. I

that we can make no calculation at what und xx-e are very much mistaken if the now expect the spinners to hold comparatively been cleat ly ascertained that only upon the i It xvas staled by him that the Committee; hu! Provisiona.JU .

jHrnt our injuries and wrongs are to terminate. supporters cf (Hen. Taylor! in the South are I j ou! of the inatket tor several weeks, until i they !i'great tained lines xvithout of travel loss can anJ Rail I ii; lloi.l; .instance be sns- | cone; to certain: conclusions, but piesentcd difj I Or lean.-received. per Schr. W. R. L'cttefroc- cr
Let it be understood, that ; every *
once we are refolvcd worked their stocks. There- 1 rent .its..Mr. .
| have up heavy j = argum Clear Sdes; ,
'beginning to feel the liuthof lhe I PicaiJenl'sadmisMon ; here t they have been constructed, xx'rh a
let what the
may ( ()ifl. to preserve IJt'KT reud detailed conclud- StioIdee,
; a ,
fore the there for the of this month. report
j !
Uuion. and we may boast of freedom, pur. in substance, while a candidate, prices res viexv of f (J[pjKiit fiom: the tratispoitati.m of the j jug xvih: the l loxving; resolutions, to xvit : 1'xlra Si tar Cored llama,

chad by the blood of our revolutionary iUwe that he was not fit to be the occupant of the (.May.) will! chiefly depend on the nerve ofi 1 produce of a country, disaster; and einburras. I| 1 st. That the claim of the repre entjtivt Piit1 1at ,

tirr ; may boast a con-titulion, the \\oikol'oiir I \Vliite House. Mr. Cav! continued : i holders and *peculaop.It mom have p. be.'allen!'. t. thir. stockholders.- I .1 Tlie i of Gci r e (Ga'phin' xvas not a just dem.ind: a- Star Prime T'4 l .Lard. A ACantte.
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tried and pal ti otic Statesmen, white we *. lie-- with; what is worthy of m.'e, that the bulk of pur. reasons |tir: tins disiip;>omtin *ni are daily i.euiu.flz oe. g.tmst \iui"\" government: of the liniltd Slates.J. Pearl Staich.M..V For T btfALFRED I
was KOFIto see ; perMstunce | obvious (lo relectii"tniis.( And of
condition and de .
iti dependent E. HOC.
are a as picaWe O'he That itt of Congress it xvas T
'lie Kxeculiveaihej] <'dti hHo\\npecuIiarpau.! c ihases: made ii: our nmkets lor tp<)itatiuii. | by an
BS are the duxvu-trodden subjects oi' ks.VJtibtn. 1 tuo>t |: .mniieiit among I thi ..e r<'a-on- i is, made thf of the of the Treasury 25! IS&I. 20
duty Secretary
le had thought that th'l t-pijit .f compiomise, 11xhich I mae been on JZnglish account ; and iltuir. I!iial I Rail Roads are i ir.competiMil t f um t their I -
I II to pay the principal! of the claim! and thai :
i have been lau ht to Jme ll.e Union with : had lor its object the restoration of j (cit that, (!UIII! .; the fortnight we are review. ( ( .)flS'rUCtIi and necessary organization, to it xxas t thereiore, piid in conformity: x.iihIdxv Notice."Vf -
'>eace and harmony, would hu\e been cor- } uccommo-hte the wants and the. convenience i iof D. PAPY :n.d G. YT. nUTCHUIS are an-
aliit'y and sacred lovt* Inn 1 have in ny bo-1 ng, t the whole exportation to Ft .tnee li.is: been and prci'cdfat.! "
'bally met and uppioxvd by the l xecutive ; j'ind mixed rural which -i. JL IhLIzLd; to act aciv ..xent* ir the Slate cf
wnnatt indomitjible hulrfil t fraud, injustice( ; that at both ends cf the Avenue, theie (>-ily .139: bales, and 1,313: I hales to all other ; a population.' Sfired, 3J. That the act aforesaid did not author! Lioridi. SAM.: S. S1CLEV. .
j ; advantage of Rnil:
end ojijirtssioii. Submi"M n to wrongs for j Ulht'tttily anprominiT.t ize the of! the interest of the siid 25, 1550. 20
been mutual de.site settle ail ]I : John Hull therefoie wiih payment
txoulil have to ,
a European ,
j p.'iits. > Roads, and xvhich them their chiet trial' I
t .e ke of the Union, proceed up.nJhe principle claim, und that its vas not therefore,
hee questions in a spirit of amity aid forjeatancc. j :ill isis bellowing of slwrl being all a in the minds of is payment
entirely incompatible
that we fchall
them, or destroy the d'oreramrjit.Tbis The Pu-Mdent's plan, s > far as it j jiropofced ," has faiily got the start of all his the convenience and accommodation of] Fix'e of the Committee! concurred in the last Glfitr, first Forest cf Judge Ballzcll's. SM.iy

I do Ijelieve! ; and feel fully ntUfi-'d J! 'I and action he had he been would accepted have by them Conirets ; ,[European competitors in seeming more than the people upon t their lines. Besides! t this, ;' resolution above given, to wit : M '-sis. Hurt i P'3) 21)

that the Union will be and thought met the small ai ticulturi-!, whose entire surpltu'projuctioit I
mar certainly
;is a compiomise xxliich would settle all the I iis share of the last crop ; and, if Hrolher ] lot nniket is 0. Disney, Feaihersion, Jackson, and Mann, all TE TRUE MEDICINAL S
monthly peihaps
wore fTectually fierpetuated l by an unyielding i Democrats. The other four members reus.d:
*1'iestioii. Hut, he was sorry to say it was Jonathan does! not wake up soon, he will find Rail Road his small
cannot earn COD OIL
j on a LIVER
drierminition not t
W what consequences may flow from lesi&t- j ':iot so. 1 limself in the same fix he was last Augu-' and J ings, because his passage back: and forth j :rad. and King, all \V big*. SEFUL in the cure rt Scrofula.! C.n.urriptiorv,

Jtace. i One of the editors of the Richmond Hnqui- September, having permitted nearly the whole xtouU make too h'-avy inroads ii|on his stock : | The report read by .%Ir. Bur', does not cen- Giut,R.urnaiisrsihina, RrochirisCouhs,
The tinder in who heard .Mr. % a'jd she heavy o"the Road necessarily ai.d allditfa.ps vf the Che-t ;sirei Lun<;*>. A *irfplyot S
cmvard who lies don't S
quietly ;rer, now Washington, be expenses
j' crop to exported, and leave a thoit supply sure Mr. Craxvjord.! Its conclusions rest on I tti: vslaaMe r-edrir t-i jit.! 'ceiil, '.hich iawarranrpd .

Injury and insult, may arfj'iire the reputation] ,.'powerful review of the mischievous admin- tor hunc use. whereby he was obliged lo outLaid ] prevents; the stockholders horn accow.tberrisci | historical and lega! views. Mr. _J ckson unitel I pare, an J o! frv riirrq>i.->!rlv.F..O .
hi-, dtibt.) "
l I't being a peaceable citizen, but will] liavt } ] writes home thus im> 'iiijr lo : with i's!r. Hurt in his argument. .Mr.i I II sale t>y LEWIS 1 fc AMES.
stratton policy, : the. in order hi
I foreign buyers, to keep j Il is in ot these wiMlisfaclory; t5.U .
co more character or |>r jpcrty than calumny conacq'ience i Disney, Mr. Featherstoa, and Mr. Mann i 1.y 1Si 2) Tiajsee,1'1a.

and fraud mny choose Co permit him. j 'lhe A' riinistaition seems doomed. To- I ;looms at uoik. j jAs rcs-.il's: attending Ra 1 !Ru-uU, aii'l I th- very signed ano'her argument! which condemns Coinniitted to Jail

Tarn? f.ubinksiim to pisb'c!| u uJ known i Jay Mr.' Chi)'* denunciation Ml like a th'jn. to the pi. .pcts of the growing crop, we extraor.linory profit* and iiccotnmod'itio'i afforded the oJlich! course of the Secretary of War, S

Vl OXb iiitiicted itpoii KM it) a tuj:: >: ity in Cutprf )- ; tie* bolt, while yesteiday the joint a K-au'l' i fMOSMI have been careiully: noiiug the accounts from I I by Plank Itoads. x\h-'rever constricted: the Attorney Genoial, and the Secretary of N santa T.ill-aha-iee!b wl liv,the on n..r..e Thi: r-djy<..t'riEunGE.vfiuIL the 23J t in-

K. n-iiy wio for us a r*?[ !* 1dm of loyalty $. Brooks Ht>d Cwiiger. ( Whiy) on the all and th.* The which have given, xxithin the 1'tst: year, so : the Trea-Mi.y. They State th it Mr. Craxv. I sx* !h bi'lonsr* fi> a \r. Siri-is- t-i Thcmas.J

l'r the I'nioii ; but wii! a.uredy. p.ove us uuw ( alpliin! claim, btiil riiis in the ears ofihe( pub.) j quarters p'Uiin m together. great an impulse to Plank Road enterprise ford was personally interested? as an auenf, i i1 'oU'.ty. Georgia. The newrn n about twelve

>'thy th< if freeJutn. lie. Only :i single advocate Mepped f \vaid, j additional evidence duiing the fortnight con. throughout the country. Within the Iat year unJer a contract wit li the represei tat ices tt if an1 of tultr.ibdrk: : eir.iphcion.- .

It will be Vain tolioid u;p our f.rm t f Gov. and that wa Mr. Toorubs Georgia, \vhode- firms our previously expressed; opinion, that we fiv!: chit rters have been granted for Plai.kRo Git.phin; airl] receixvd: one hatiofthie proceeds Thf ownt-r 14 req'tu-t- I t' C : the bvy. or Le will be d. all with as the law d.irecf.
eminent ns a cu .del (n lh( world, while righujit'otrcd (ended] Mr.I Ciawford i not as the Secietary of l t-hall bare another crop below an average.Uut .- ds in the State of New York-in Oliio (j The amount r-ceived by M r. Crat tr1. hlVr. JOHN II. RHODES?, Jailtr.

: to its constitut on are cvnlfxijituaudy \ War, but as an individual triend.1 r. T. we ui isIi lo but little at a time, and !t'VVtIt-ill Indiana, Illinois! and, in fact, in (the payment of other agents, was 113,000. Ma35. !;:.V>. 20Notic3. m Si
say _
disregarded. i iI *i.iid expressly that he was fieed from all par.ty all the We>tem State, the population' are j These three xxhile unite i : ,is.
gentlemen, they
I repeal ; that the Uoioa] will be must rcrtkinly tie. This 'Galphin' case, exposed by will, therefore, defer these particulars: for an aroused to their superior advaiitazes. All the in the conclusion above sta'e.l! add that the '

preserved, \\hen it is known uumittuk.'bly leading Whig; ?, and Clay's bold! rrnniy t and other occasion. In another foilnight we can mates ials for the construction of Plank Roaisaie (1mament of the i iiizret: : vas .vithout nuihorityi A LL led Persons e. late hi rf>IJin Leon ct.im.!Count a ,ain-t Uereajcd.Jarr.e;are Blacli"X r.oti'itl ;-- 1''

tlsal we will nut tuilW iiijsjsiice ; that were eloquent promniciar.irno! against the PresidrulV learn the prospect of the great coltongroxvinWest in our midst-for their construction not i oi'hixv ur mage: amid the}) recomnicncijihit laws th.i' Ihfx'moal b* |>r*" ci.tt-tltrtlhe; dritiott.?! 4ij

prepareil to sacrifice ih'iis we hold policy,' are mnvasseil ciciywher in I one dollar need go out of the country-the labor .viiKin$ ire lime the tti
prficnbril >
every West, lo the first of June, and can bet. I be enacted f for the prevention of sueh occurrenees by sUtnle. t r *
dear on vatih, rather than bow duwn quietly Washington, and iini.t l array a tremendous and the timber are on the spot-and hereafter.t notice xv til be t'ld in barf litcir r'cuvcFV.KD'.VARD .

to the palpable inflictinti tif atnugle wrong popular iiillu'-nee' again the imbecile. He. 1 1f ter estimate the piobable! extent of the crop.A xvhen once constructed the transit over (them t recorrcnd the enactment : BLACKLEDGE, AJiaV.Mav .
j I They particularly: :
25, 1>50. 20( &t
The reasons me obii<>uv. j enc\. now in po>ss; ion of ih( jroverninent. PLAXTEK.May U open to all..-the stage coach an'J the chirk- 1;1of u law, xxhich shall prohibit otli-ers o: the -_S -,

Theie i a *,cnse 14 f j.i;
breast Xoith, as well as t.u13Land they know |just cause to withhold its opposition to the of the Grand Jury of Gads-' this, too, nl etHhourx, and for as long a term claims, aud [irodi!>it one tn-mb of the Cabinet } SIX ninths af? -r dite! application wilt l e rnJe'

wcjl enough when they (!liiregarl our ughtbnnJ puwers that be." den Circuit Court. j as the convenience of the party in iv require. liom paving claiins to another tuember the Hun. Juvi e ut Probate ti>v Lrr>n CcIUDOI

AT ITS MAV TIKM, 130. I of the Cabinet as agent.
is as much !Ivt for the Union North The Ga.pMn Claim. of Plank Roads is. that they are designed for While, dere3p(5. I'tef 'iid t'onnfy.SMLTEL .
The ( rand Jury chuvn, I'inpannellcJ and I Xei'her report states that *Ir. Ci'xTonl'sagency C U'HITC! Aotuinistrator.
aitlheje i South an.l WIUMI it i b Kuoivti and The New York accommodation! of the mot ice already
; Impress, one of xxhusfj edi- i the power '
the known Mr.Reverdy .
swoin to >eix-e, during the term of this in transaction XXMS t to May 15, ls5ij. 10 Cn
Jell lhat we will .it b'lUuill lo .ion prevnt : in the '%'e do not S
u ,
aggr > | (loiS, Mr. 1 Brooks 5 is now a Whig member of' Coutt, at the elo.e of their lab'r! beg leave to I existing country. Johnson or Mr. Meredith. It is not
lhat we would sooner *ee the temple uf Union introduce in the new, Private Boarding House. -
Congress, thus speaks of the famous Cialphin make i the following! i Piesentmfnts : propose to country any intimated that Mr.! Craxv.oid exer'ed: any official
tumble into juins, and the sunny South s\vallowrd isolated enginery ; but our schemf j is lo in* of oi twelvf Uentlemen can b? acrctund'v'ird is 1
of the allowance!
We have examined the Public I influence! in favor TH'N
un, by an eaithq-i ke ; their semes of claim : ISuilding* of i crease and facilitate the poxver already exUtiiiz. : Koaidors.at the reaidvsiceJ 'ha {J. Llojif, '

j'Mice' and love for the Uui.m ill] control their *'The f;alphn; business i is a bid !bu mFss our Cou-i, aol 1 deeply rert th" l.-ss of our Our people now hax-e. and are coin- i the interest. on M tntinf street? next tiouto the smote i>ccanetf;
Co-irt I House ; but are happy; to know that it ( lr. ttrrck read a minority report on the by Mr. Leon Brya.i. on des.rable tprti.tnrniied .- At.oone
action.Ve. from beginning to end. It the claim of their mules! and iheir hnr-.cs.
\va I
will soon be replaced by and pelled (to keep, j part of himself .',1 r. King, .l r. ( niunel l, and ro -m. now ;ancciieit; N>i a tiutea3ii
a new
: \ ask nothing tmt justice We only
tire to < nj We find the jail; dilapid-ited] and insecure, and the allowance! of interest.
by our common cousiitutHiti This of a CfllUTlIt ifT minute and exact expeiitnents
tec quarters ( was put upon( these ani.naU. Very -
and we would iecom.n *ncl to the Only one speech was made on the subject Bacon Lard &c.
County Corn ,
must undvijl hare, regardless ufcon icqucncrs. Congi esc I the laf-t night of I the session in Auj j ; : have been made of lire increa eil'capacity I S
and that into the xvith
missioners to have a new one as slipped proceedings TT received Iron New Oilcans, >fcr schooner. S
soon as j
This thculd be the I pus for Plank
oi' mule
every SUM, Itil'S.frauduJcnlli/ by concealment. of a draught upon I
borne tact, by Mr. IJrooks of New York.- fi R. Ptte i,
man ; and inspired <4v this feelin,: and Ihis Tfir irholc tlunq.frarn beginning to feiblc.We l I Roads, compared with common: loids J aso
have examined the Bonds ai,1 Public Mr. B. is a Whis and the editor of a Whig E'ozr-01i0 ami SI. Loiii*..
determination, the delegates of the lavehold. end is Xo McAdatn Roads and
utterly indefensible. irhig can Turnpike and xve appetrl r
j of th Xevx- York Express. lie de. liai'oia Miles h'stiihers
accounts our County Ollicers, aad find them I paper, very :itu ,
lug States should tnet-t at Xashvilie, unfurl walk iffy-ilk it. JYo vhig cabinet can be defended \ to this address some xvell nuihenlfuated '
correct, and highly oivoilaMo to the i cidi-dly and( warmly condernnsthe course of tl.e Lard. iTZolLsses and tzgar. I
Kame.We ; i
I the banner whokft folds inscribed in it. An effort from of .Mr. Gillespie
upon are upon however, will be results taken a report ,
of \\'ur the ; General, and For -ale J.
find the Ko ds and Secretary Attorney by AI. WILLIAMS.
plowing capitals "Justice and iho Con\titu- made to carry it all off on the br ad backs of Ilridges in the I on the subject of Pi ink Road*. And xvf.. feel ( Mac ISJ.( I'
of xxhole 11. S
in bad condition the Secreta'-y of the Treasury, hi the
lion," under which every Southern State i the whole whig party. All who sink under, County a very and ivond! justified in contending, in viexv of such in- -
b'butd bland fehoukier to ebouMer! and aroutnl! or refuse to take the burden, will be denounced recommend to the Court to cause the Co.nmissionersof crease afforded to the motiv poxver of the trans Let_jOil.n.w Notice.ALL .
j nn w .mm-* !** -*
%tiich every Southern man shouli rally, te- as 'disappointed office-seekers* 'lis. the several Districts lo he more I cmintry, thai no pther in'ide of t rairsport ion, \ Meeting.KEGUL persona having claiia ains.t tie E fate>flf

iii: cd 'o plant it firmly on (he dome of the appointed! claimants,' or as pmchased bjr : vigilant, in the discharge of 'iheir dutie. either'bv water or land, is so well adiptedto Regular late Dr.is PnuN-nux UI prt-sent them m.d -
We notice wiih of I ; A \RMKETIXGof Jackson Lodge, ly attested an.l those indebtrtl to the saiil
4 feelings deep m-nlinca. ; lifafe.
National Capitol or petish in the attempt.If .- Texas bonds 1 t the xx'a nis of i he peo| le. Water t transportation ,. \la-ionic Hall th
ri will hi held
lion, the practice ft.onm, of the citizens of I V' NL l al :> will! ptea it lie known at Washington ; if it be known which is coneedt-'d lo be the cheapest: ; /$ \ vtiit'_ at the Usual hour; ,. Crc-ihuii x% : I Cliirles-tou.S. C. S

through the lengih and breadth of the! land, The Home Journal. our County, in selling slaves spiriluu-i liq iors. compared xxith all other modes, is, xve contend take du'i notice, ant govern I htrinselv icc'rdiugy F. C. PHOLKAU.? ? '
that Such a course we can but regard as having a Uv muer 01 i the %V. M. T. C. PR10LEAU, Exccut"rs-
Southern State the this in and inconvenience
every speaks same Acir Scries. surpassed by t cheapness
On, the
firet of July, Morris very demoralizing infl'iencR upon the black CIIAULCS E. DYKE, Secretary.Jure May !1 tS.50. ts fit
language and that Southein heart vibrates fliP !
every to planter, especially.
with & Willis] KJilors, will commence a new series population; : amid in consideration ol which, we 1,1 S-V). 10 ________
same feeling, our Union will Entertaining then such views of the ad- Medicines, Tcilst Articles, &c.
le preserved Union worthy of Irecmen of the Home Journal.." the best family newspaper would! recommend s hat boiuii eifeciual means vantages ,these Roads, and supported in our Leon Circuit Court.

Ji Union that will continue to attract the admiration in the wot Id," as a talented cotemjM be taken to suppress it. We rejoice to learn opinions as xx'c are by all experience ii; their Susannah TenJjirvis and others,) NASH' & TAYIOSf
I hat the and 3 .
of the generous and brave through.ojt rary terms it. The high merits of the Journal great aUoibiug national question I construction i Ii states far less adapted for their ft. > In Equity.L. S* '\\ *JITLD n-sperfully ir.forn Ilicirjf :
die woild. touching the vital interest of the South, is and A. Madden and others. J > y ) fri-n.J and the pubh.-, that theY '
is far less abmmudan'
make it a delightful visitor in every family.TICUMS. about being adjusted.It use, t than ours ( ly suppliel I it hmby given to nil ppi>t>rn chiming l : j have jn-l received! a new ii,| i'lv n sncxN.,
There are, this day, many, very many menu !i with (the material for their constru.-lion. NOTICE demands a.aii t the fur.di in my hand* *4t consi.strn* of Medicinea
.-Tor one Sfor! three is not for thc sake of form, in conclusion *= Perfmaezy,
copy ;
the Northern and nun-slavehoiding States, cop. your Committee feel themselves urged forward belonging to the li"ir-< of Joiah Pemljivn, to present Soaps, & _, &z whivli. adiltd to their ftniirr ti,1'

Which despise the spirit of fauu'.icism that is ies, S3::, or one copy for three years, S3-a-! of our Presentments, that we lender our thanks by ail their feelings of regard fur the prosperity them, with proper proot In sustain the s.m.e, stuck not li>ti since received makes their aijoilncnt .
their to His Honor, Judge Hallzell, for the aide liore( me, on or bHoie I he tirt t diy of July e\t> at r nearly complete. Ladies and Cenllcmtu that
Vouj.iiig] over section of the Union, and ways in of our City, and by every consideration 0
manner in which he has presided over all de. the Court Houst ir> 'Iallan-! or such claim \\ill do nnt xvivh te pnrcl>ase Medicines, can cut and examine
hearing down such of them as dare vindicate Address of duty, to th l ? attention of the fund distributed. .
WITHOUT DELAY. liberations coming before him. public press upon be Ihereattcr birreiI l. an.l our -ttock of Pcrlutnery. (flit rights under IL'e Constitution have and also of the citizens of Court.
: they! our own citizens 15v orJ/rof 4, IS50. 17 'S
And our Solicitor, Major; S. B. -
n made rictirns by oar jussive indifference the counties circumjacent to us, the importance BE.NJ. WHITNEU,
'> insult and injury. Editors 4 Proprietors, 107 Fulton-st., JV. I' especially, for the kind and courteous manner of this subject. IVIaster in Chancerv. Grain Cradles, &c.

in which he has regarded our body. June 1, 21 4t 1 DOZEN
They are impotent in defending the Con. GRAIN CRADLES,
all this there considerations of S
lituliuti STEAM SUITS.-The Journal of Commerce We would be rerni, s, should we forget lo Resides are JL Reap Hi'tU ,
ii formed while dare Horse.
ag they
bold was mention our affable! and efficient Sheriff, S. regard for our slate which should influence us. Stray Scythe Handles and Scythe Sjone,, ; 1
up that kacred instrument as affording prolection contains a list of 17 Steam Ships now building U. Love, who is ever at his but much, towards the accomplishment of a .\ Q TRAVEL* fn>mlbesuLi crit>r's plnataO 1| inch Manilla Uope.suitaWe hit Cotton( pre i ._

to slavery ; but when the issue Ucbanned in the city of New York and its suburbs, or led from post- iiclua. speedy and intimate connection with the coun. lien. Fort Stansbtiry. on Sund., the 03 ant Sqw Jlill* .
and made it must be made feelings justice alone to oursehej, __ 19th May, a red' man MARE, 7 or S yparsold Wide and n rrow bar Swede Iron, .
as isolation -
the fearful upon in process of completion. The aggregate is the reason for thus concluding these pre. ties o( Middle Florjia. Our present 15 of 11 hands high; has one white hind fool, a German; Steel, Nail*, Heavy Hnlioxv Wtre .
that S
consequences must inevitably tonnage of these vessels is 29,450 tons, and (tentments.Wo keeps us'strangers to each other, and pre star in the forehead, and some marks of the harnes- PUntatioa hand .UiLIs. &c &c. ,
w\v from disregaiJiiir our rights these noble] that these vents that social intercommunication and and s.u die on her back and shoulders. I will give Forsaleby (;JEO. H. MEGINXISS

watted patriots will be mad* strung, and beie1d their cost 81,820,000. Two of the ships, request in the Floridian Presentments be unify of interests so important for our political a liberal rewaid to any person that wilt deliver said May 4. 1850. 17_-_4wT7. .

| at home m double estitnaiion. If dis. named the Florida and and the Louisiana, are published nel. & Journal and hannony and advancement. mare to me at my plantation, or to Messrs. Alilkr! & .
UuIon Sent1 Crokaw, in TnIIahsu'Ce. Any information relalinj: : .
ls to be the result ol aggression, then intended to ply between Savannah and New has G. JI. DAVIS .
vLII the W.M. STAFFORD, Foreman.J. ApaJachicola, from her natural position, losaid mare will b& thankfully received.
fiiend. of the Union among them, York. each of II. G. the third of the Gulf. BENJAMIN BVRD. ATTORNEY AT L\\V, :
riIy about They are 1'JOO() ions burthen, Sylvester, W. Starnes, become city export upon K- -
web men and forever put down has-the of her trade at- Fort Stansbnry, June I 1,1 S5f>. 21 tfNunn's taken u,> hit ahod at Tallahassee, and S
the foul spirit that disturb and will cost $ OOOOO each. Joseph Shepard, C. W. Kmcrnua, Already magnitude HAS. in the Court will, ;
ilJP peace and oiog. I here vessels from ail nntions loaded of the Middle DisSiict.ind S
perity oi the Union. If Jeptha ). Gregory. Archibald Savage, traded & Clark's1SLEBRATED ol Franklin anJ Jacka-'D Couhtits. ,

tae rtu,1, then wilt the friftnd'civil "ar i. to bo 0The President dispatched a fleet of Jackson Roberts, Alex'r. 1 AlcPhaui, with their various productions. Near 100,000 /" PfNOS-warranted-6h C|, March 'J, 1<50 9 o ,

we Mud! nijUstice, who of 179 John A. Boykin, Murdock M. Shaw, bales: of cotton are sold here annually '_1 aid\ 1 Octave grand action Pianos. S :: 'I
war carrying aid
our rights, and the f.iendt. eight ships guns, lo H. BEADPOED
I of ft low in ,
io peace Aarch'd McPhanl. David G. Farmer, rates! eight arc usually a* as any j jS
not willing to tee the dividing moon. the Spaniards of Cuba in putting down the Joel F. .May, John A. Hm) other Gulf Port. Sajt and Iron, are brought .Eolian Attachment Pianos, with Ive Tune- rmv: zr : I P
made the dlk : i'te Ret-d. The above cciebi atd Pinoran be had ;
,me, fr the rooumains oldeath, com. r cent attempt to establish a Republican Gov. A true extuct from the minujes.R. hero, t>y vessels seeking cotton freight! and hy application lo D, C. We I.SON. Tallahassee, Florida, I '

purpte of btoppiug the strife and ,I eminent over the UlamJ. .&ttcit C. LGSTER, Clerk. sold usually at very low prices, compared with June t.l y). *\ ''f Aril 2 1S




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Cuban Expedition. I STAIH.IT\-sECUmTY-PEHPE WTY. MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. I :cat ':tbt'crticmcut9. I( !)c.jill1ri: i'U & Journal.l I Business C nt)0, f*- ---.cC

It U Hated in the New York Sun that the 'MEDICAL DEPART IE-T. _-- xv C.

leaders of thl, <-xpeditions, ag-unvt; Cnbi' 11'\\'t' $900,000. \ THE regular course of Lectures itilhisln"tituf* In Jeff r3on Circuit Court. tD; kera"eI --

selected the Isleof 1'inrx ;'IIllht' fort of Bar- commence on the first ,.i| N.veii t er, amoiitinue PUBLISHED! EVERY: SATURDIY EVENING.T .
I THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. until the List of 1'f'brlJ.Hv.rh Anatmni.M Martin pjlmer.J!
cot, w the two in"'.I{ favorable: points" : fir tlisv'Oib.ukatiun. BERRY
M| DcprJlmlnt111 he open and! r'adf'l reCeive r' K K M S : & HOWIES
The .%,ditor! goes on! to say- : or NKW: YOKX -NO. 33 WALL ST., 'udents b>' m Iho t first 1 01! Oci I"h'r. Thi-Slt>.lic.il! I Ihv) Catharine O'.is! :and Charlotte A. Parish. THREE DOLL\n. per annum if paid in advance. I 1N J additirri, to ti.nr buirr ai ,

The Isle of f Pines ii a Mini! island at the i .\ "ETccirn>iU'eJ Fund, Nov. 1st, 119, :$ )Ol.l Mrtment will be under the directing of tUe(follow in; Bill to ss.'l 1l I residence of esfjteof James I.. Paiishto THREE AND A tI \LF. if paid! within six tmuitl.s. CrnitnU'.ir.n. Mprf hanl., will t tlol gu Irh.irl'fltfS ltt

\ (ter en i of CU"'. Southern sidT."I I OJ I, -curdy inv teJ ii: DunJsanil Mi 11U'1aesI FR0FFs'nn. pay debt due emplJiaml.T : FOUR DOLLVRS. it not paid untilthe end oflht'Har who e ma selling nol find c-t t COTTON it frr plartr :.,''trlll'lt n.,

reach it the vo.tsels of the Patriot* would! have i t )n real I estate i''i this city ami Hro >kln, and stocks 7. F r.F.1ou1. D Professor of Anitomy.R. this catxe. it apue.iri-ig (from the bill which was z- These terms will he rigidly adhered to, and t I. i the '' arrival ,,f ihe convenient steamer."to E"atiJJi ar,11.? ..

form through the! narrow ) between Cuba; :the-State a'i-1) Cilv. of Xe\\-'iork ami Unitc State: NKWTOX.. M I D. Pt'fer of Sirzerv.tl. filed! i I Ji'flWs'"i Circii't Court o-i the 7th day ol no paper will be discontinued noli Jail artear:1 ,- Ire 'he polthey will be read: 10 ,'fdIU"::

and Yucatin, where it was I imported the Sp.tn- toJ\'UIml'UI. J IIiri.r:. ,I. I D., Piofessor of Theiry and Practice : \uril.1n. which bill IC vrrileit affidavit. ofCiitnphinint. I..lil.| unt.t! S the option of I Ihe publi h rs. Subscribers .the market that ir.ay uter.Sam.lc.rriay .> lake an", Mag.q
| This lu.ul is rapidly! i incr .l.iu; tiy a idelyetenJin of Medicine. that IX'fe.vhnt( Cathaiine F.I1N, resides
will be received for three months at One be I left for
hh Goeriint: kfjit a constant lookout far (tt! a n-1 prosj'l'1U1111 Itutines W. Rvnn POWELL, M. D., P..nff'HI'r tf Physiology' beyond the limits of the State of FloiiJi, namely: in D"lIar-ai months at $1 50. Every order (for the crate, and exhibition. Cl1ar2t1 D\C.
>mflr rc'orns -
pn |
them. The at this between ihe : derljre.l dividenJ of ,ffif.'v.ttvo the State of .l ,ham.i
tICt point j The Coinpiny: a profiJs c Pntho'osv: Mineralogy am.t] :eo1oy.: : be
niper wit of this county( ? mll"t t accompanied January 5, I jj.)0. 5-2
two C'lt isonlv! 10mir! .. !i, pereent on all c"i..lilpolicics on the 3tst J. KINO M. D., Prof.'r..fhl..rit Medica Therapeutics // w I.' .rtfire OrJrreil, That publication he mvle the cash: unless (the order comes through any of our ,IfLEVS (
{ nf Jaiuurv, b15.I and Medical in some newspaper in Tall inns-ice, Fl"ridj, foi four
The (sIt of Jijn.f is for ill t qmr.: t regularly authorized agents in the Stale. &, AMES -
cdehratct J. MILTON S. month successively, requiring Vnl Cal hi'1 ine Ellis
; I AU ths Profits are divUoi among ihs Insure :nr.R1, \ I. :M. D., Professor of ,
lies ofbe.iutifil t
; rfp.uii demur to said bill nefore
maJ. Ipre C h'm.fran.J' Pharmacy. to plead answer or on fir DEA'F.Rglol
j rffcrnn1t have a or state prison. I The re'nium4 are juvaMii'ic i' ,

  • where] they t-enJ' rriinimU. Here, to >, thevJtft'p ., anaa.lly, Qr ou, irtcrly. interest lietnj: on Diseases of U'om.'ii :and Children. 'te !.1k'n p"O r'>;i/, tl, and s<'t f d!' wnfor heaiingfxfarte be i inserted at the rate of One Dollar pf.nqure- : S, PAINTS, Olt '

    I i J.'terreil pauuenl- at the Fall Term ofniil (Court.THOMAS of twelve lines (for the first,and filtv cent for each Toilet Articltx. Pfrfnmery, it. \\in
    a garr *<>n of:500 I ) I I1'Z'c troops. The.h.princ| l'l l adopted by this Company eI CLIN'QUE I. :CTURK,&. G 't.
    P.ALTZIILL: Jud;e, &c. su!'?tI'l'l1f; insertion. A reasonable! deductionwill
    Patriots. Ccutt".J! !: ] that the taUn': of'I I cure* to t tIns! parties lor \hoe bilit the in'zranve-' .'[tdirizr.Profer I II.I J I HtriCE.Xmgrrtf. May 7, IV,'. !Se m.idi on I t.gal noice! estate not ice"yearly PAINTERS' BRCIHK? AND COI.OIM,
    I areeil>ct ll'c t, the whole of the ad 'antazcs without Profssr Il. S. N ApoliiiM-arioO <;ItT .
    this Island wo-iM he an ea y task, an, J were ( c\\rOll' Alrucopr-Test, notices without alteration, by persons havin; )"Uff'. At.
    confluent. that both; \the- "'Iuil! colony! .on this 'I *u'jjectiii4 (hem note to the. lieavytlriiwb.tck ot accumulalfd Z. FREEMAN M. Anatomical Demonstrator. C. G. FIKE, CUik.II. rezulir accounts with the ..mcp.11 F.tbllvl' constantly on handand for ;!. it'
    premium The fees for a lull course of Lectures amount to May t. 1S5M. Jv .|mIu .\ ain-vmcenvnts' of candidates for ofilce FIVE lowest market prices.
    l&land!, and the grrioti, vi'i.I! 'i.uf the : Person UI\)' t'tTect insurance on their mvn lives one hundred and five dollars.Kach ____ invariably in advance. No attention LKWIS

    jiilsoners and set tlt1 frt (upon [>aroe. I I.d I the lives af others. -\ mimed women can insure Pro l'i'l'Jr's ticket ?il" Marticnlafor'j 5.Deinon'trator' Chancery. will DOLLARS he r'1illn- any ortlertor announcement.unlcss Tallahassee, November 20,1S-17. &is AMES
    the hl'of her tris'tanJ, the lnvieiit! lIe which
    Prom Pinos the mainland Fee CIQ. Graduation .*'fI.)
    entrance with the cash.
    11' upon si-curetl 1 law far the exclusive of herself CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY '.,\., accompanied
    arc by use or Those de irini I furl.ier informiiion' will pltase address M1.iON TOWLE. aTniao
    would Il'cr) easy, ani a victory, ; All religiousmirria-and* obituary notices pnhlished -
    8m.1 MAY
    cmhlreu. S their Icttci4 ost t the Dean and TEaS, 15x 0.
    ( poid) to : tudentsarrivinjr
    > raliiitonslv hut' editorial notices for TOWLE & PAPY
    *lt ihe farmer p'linf, jrieatly aid I cause. Cler m 'n and all otl>.r,'le|>enJent ir.vjn: salaries! in Ihe city will | leae call un him at Julia Thistle by her next (friend Hiram] will be; charged advertisements.private ,

    Itarracoa, the other poil selected] tr; btni.in : are specially invited to avail I thetnst'lvesnf' a resource the Commercial Hotel. R NEWTON, Bcnner, f f IA.rs. benefit, Attorneys and CocnscIIors! at law,

    :, is a "ma1 port at the
    Cul/n./ oiiject! of landing here wuuid !h" from the evils of penury.P.i LAW DEPARTMENT. L. Thistle. J will attend the several Court ._
    Florida DistriciVotthe
    in the
    10131.1 un easy conq-ietl of the city (f St. Lite Insurance, and IlIllslralin; it* advmtase*, lion E. W. M. I KINO, Professor of theory and practice PROOF, out of I the
    Ja oJe Cuba, the capital of) the island.! ; I with forms of ajiplication, my he obtain I dt the: JOHN ol DKLM-ICLH l Law. Itred, upon motion cf S. R Mallory, Rj 1 C >mplaimnt's and dl' patch. All work of this description, to their care will receive prompt attenlion.f.b1uil\t'lHr.trIW, ,
    This city lies at the head of u deep hay, and I office cl' the Company, 33 Wall &t", or i.f any of itaient ES-J. of ComtnerciVJuiispruJfiice. S,1irit\lr.th,1f a he.ui'igof the tacts charged except; I for persvis having yearly accounts with fir-Office in the Capitol.

    i h defended only! by a 'fortress, bttuated tt ihe. Tnnsis-$30 per S(!,i'.n. in the Complainant's Hill: be had ; and that a I the nlfice must be paid_ fur on delivery. February 17,149. 7
    TUU.STEEJos. '?. ---- ---- --- ------- --- -
    notice thrret'f be inIHTe
    published public newspaper -
    entrance to She hatlior. These: foitre.! es arc H. Collins, David C. Coldcn All communications pertaining tothisdepartmcitmint of this State fur the"pace of four months at least. SPRING GOODS. D1C.INOT1CET-
    some miles from the city-somewhat( like our be adJressc.1 1 to E- W. \. KING, Ilxj.: .
    Wm J. !!I>#l lsp, Alfred r.dwanh.H / JOSEPH B LANCASTER.Judge lIE subscribers are just opening their Spring
    Fort. I Hamilton. II. 'rcCtlrJWm.. Bell!, Memphis Tenn..b.[ 20, 1WJ Southern Cii cult. T Stock, which has been well and carefully selected Dr. Charles T. Darby

    The design i of the! Patriots was to Ian I at Fred. S. \Vin tntJ, Jmepli IJlnnt, Key "'""I. \11r.h. 30. 'jsflo.: 12 -.lrnACTION by an experienced hand, consisting of Staple T) :
    C.V.. I Paher, Isaac (;. Pearson, 1Faculties\\ for intellectual abilities, moral ------ ---- ----- and Fancy Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Oils E.SPKCTFULLYannounce to the public in!."
    Baracoa, and. then! march ncr to St. Jago, John Vclverton.. HenryMli, woith I and profeysionablc-: acquirement will I compare OF ASsUMl'SiT BY ATTACHMENT.Haley Paints and Glass, Crockery 1I011o' .ware. Station- IV eral that he has permanently lofarerthim j, '

    entering it in the rear ft she J furtrcssess, and Theo. S.'d.wick, Win. Moore. fjvrralily with the most .tinKui3liedinourco'intiy. T. Hlockcr, ? Amount| sworn (o ltl7 5Q fry, Furniture, Clothing &c., .c., in short everything Monticello Florida, and will be found at all tin-,,
    their reach. I The Medical! family constitutes an anomaly this t?<. unless 'rofesion lly en:azed Strict
    entirely beyond 5taey R. Collins, Xe!edee Cook I 235 U I). needed by the planter and his family. As attention w,1.
    Tho New Yoik Courier: and 'XIq'Jirer pub. John H. Swift, Jon Miller, or any other cousitrj: '-all of them are able lecturers J amr D..r 1'11; 1 I'W(II, tmnages great part of our stock is bought with cash, we ate I be paid to all professional calls.
    and I the bc>t teaclurs. : defendant, and all other !persons interested, bar \ini. Please call and May 5, I lS4. IS
    lisbcs the letter horn New Orleans J..hr. dworth, David A. Contock! 1-111 enabltd to live good see.McNAUGHT -
    tI1owitig S. :1. Cl1rnplR..llnt Shu>lcr, Those who will c.ntemplafec r eennraphical; posit hereby notified nf the commencement of the I & ORMOND.Newport .

    and vouches for the responsibility of the Gouv. M. %Wilkin James Chambers, .1'", and ths extent of our ;population call' have no al-ove ."iii, and required ajipe.ir at the next Term, April 13, I IS-VJ. I U GEO. W. llU'i'CiiijAUCTIONEER ,

    wiiier : John V. I.. Pnivn, Joseph Tuckermsn, louM! as to the illegibility tJf our situatioiu for an f'U- (on the fourth Monday in October, A. I D. 1S-V.) ot -----------

    NEW I fred. Whitll lI.'I.'. eot H. Grinnell, 'erpiis of i he kin I. As to health, including all sea- the Circuit Court, for the County Leon, and State Select School for Young Ladies, ,
    ORLEANSVcJncsrJay: ,, May 8.Tlic Charles EI'm." J. Runker, .on" of the year, we deny that AN Y OTHER CITY of Flomida. and plead to the) declaration filed tlierehi; T.1LL.1IUSSEK. '-.

    lut of the Cub'in Expedition I leaic John C Cruer, Kn ene Dutilh, HAS M'lRE. WALKER: & GWYNN QULNCY. REFER

    1 lcre lo y. and i is accompanied by Gen. Lo. Walter Jay," Francis L lhrop.lfreJ A cr-mraon error e\i i"Is in the minds of In nv ud Attorne\s" for Plaintiff. ''pHEnextsessinn of I his SCHOOL will commence Messrs. TO
    ,\ Pull J. O. Thatcher. I miSs relative to the place of studjinp; medicine; April i I I IS, I'.V). I II I 3m X Monday, June JOth. Having engaged; an accomplished If H. BoND, J. Vf. ARCVLE, D. C. \VILJOJ.
    ptz Ciouslvc5: &c. It is impossible to ascertain those who intend F. f'L.\.rt' T. J.lIoo"!'t and J. T.
    J')'F.PII n. COLLINS, PrtsUent.I practicing amon the diseases of; and experienced Teacher to take charge .bcau.
    what! thu, entire will l he. the Wcstand Siuth -.ln.ul.l Notice. affords March 10, is'l'j. 10
    st'I'uth fly I=? \ \ .,\ Srcrftary.JJ5. certainly) educate them of Iht'II..ic[ Department, this School now
    *,ms i. thought! in bo ) but I Delves at a school whose Faculty are practically ac- facility fur Ladies to acquire a sound
    i 1OOl men : ,HLITN'T Ct/lI.\'I1iU'. QJIX months afterdate, I l..hall.'ly! ; to the Hno every yojnj; $. 1.. SHIELDS, :I. D. .
    have 10 L.LIit that thi* i if\i: erat.'tl, through j \'I.:" B G.BI:;U:, A-'t., Tallahassee.January piiaMted: with those .I'ea-Cs.! ._) alile! JlJt.f l Pn.btta in and for the County. thorough, and accomplished F4ueat ion. S. BO.ND,M. B.Drs. .

    it i it ( oao KJ'J. The whole! ID, 1SV. -2-y That the public may he satisfied of the permanan- ]t ff r"'ol1 for :j-charge; as one of( the AdminUlrators J. PHELPS. Principal.
    or .
    potable <-> of t this scbuil. wv fret it our duty to Mate' Iha.tIlhe of William Bellamy, late of said C*>u ilv.d"- l\Ir.J. PHELPS. ) SHIELDS & BOND,
    --- ------- -
    tirranwetnents hivo certainly I ba 'n tntde with Trustees and Faculty fi.rm a UNIT in action, Miss II Teacher
    "ewcL! SMITH! SIM KINS.Jeilursin Ur..r.-\W.} sori3fed themselves together
    Sioatj'i,lenient aiH < Tim have COTTON[ GINS. I which .11lIr.11 foi its future success arid thai MUs TOWLE, S HAVING in If\,
    ; s cr vv. rl.1 ; r, 111'1' \, Januarv 19. 'ISS 1.. 2 fim of :Medicine, Sorsery &.c., tfier ibfervicps "
    lieen orza,41zf'd: in the itt anSI when th* y the peniliir i.ll, >ln,1 orsanixation whirh connects ------ Quincy March 30, IsSO. M lOt to I the citizens of Quincy and ibesorrontc.inr .
    lrfr JICS.SR: II. WATSON them, cannot be Ltitti>! t ;' Notice. !
    arrive h'T', there h.i; ,,' nu' 1 fuss; or parade U'd.E country.
    1: M. W. I
    alimit llietjj! but th''V' liv; KING. OIX months afterdate I will apply tv the Honnry Groceries, Fruits, &c. Qnincy.:Ans'nt 11. l'))40. :n
    "enpr( 2<> on f"'rJ" I Gl.f MAMTAC'TUKKR, PfenlleHl of t.!e Furutly.Miy --- -- --- --- -
    '_ at>'c Juu.te cf Prob-ite for the County of \Vashiaglcii ( per Schooner William R. Pettes from I --
    1'ellPt l as fjUir4Ula; for Calitornia./ and the It. t IV'iO. IS fim JUSTrereiveil Thomas J eft'. Heir
    Palmyra, Lee Conn'y Georgia. lorletfeisof di"rni.'ion (from the a-Iministia- t. ", ,
    ----- ---
    .!MJ, dtil out tor CI,,:,*. The! whole! num.l iiifurm his friends and time puSlc gene- $20 Reward. tim of thcrttate of Mat hew Tucker 'keaed.hENRY l. St Louis Flour Rio CofTre, :\TTOr.XEYXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

    >t rij ) ANA WAY from the
    IMMII,5J.. few 'bui.drods have f[ subscriber !boi:! thffir'-t of 2, I V'. r 1'2 Cm OlneOil, Oranges, I ; of the Middle
    ) S"tut gone )i.iold.itji'l: where he will !i- hippy iii|'i>ly' them V Circ lit, and in the S.
    : JaiiiLiiy last-a li-'hl rumjiltMoind it'uro It-How ___n_ ___ .,___ __ ___ Brazil Nuts Len/otis,
    tin Mul.ie and ttut hulk fi'u( :: the Atlnntic .vith a Jir t rate 'lrticAs evidence tf the named PRINCE:, about ;!(0 jeaisif aur, about t five Notice.OIX / preme Court and Uwitetl Stales District Court a
    dou'jt' from New juiltlv <'f his wuik, he would! >tat' that out of the feet Hi inches Whiskey, Kurn I Tat 1.I'a ssee.Monticell'.
    ,MISJirgt munlcr no S or hi.'h round faced, rtHmkahh
    urtce niiinbcr sol'i) bj' him (In- past year, not l one has lea ,
    vt-iy large ffft ;and hands ; isis
    For sale
    raiL d to give jierlect :s1islal'tiiJn-lind as refr i slow in Ins anll duat O ;irf3ent my vsiui-'iers: and accounts to the lion. by
    spl'h. \ Iii out his words when
    .nt rendcsvous was 1 hy many supposed! to (ne, gfvetlie nn.ie; ot ATIT one who has one i.f his No Judze of Probst t. for L'-on Cuuritv, t ir a final fettle- ALFRED E. HOC. CARAW\Y SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH.
    4iisv\ciuij a ju-stion. particular luau kit about
    2,lit Ciiagrrs ; 'but this i is not the < ict-U is tint i in u... II. j j"; intending to onlsr c hisestabhsh his j h-iiiv by which he could be rrc.'Ijy.el.: I It i is rnfonl and dischar from I ihe} rotate ol [Jr. I. I). Much 30, I loI:}. 12 r.'J."::"i,.:U:01.rJ.1I:: 111'F". Ifl1
    :nent cotuidorah'y! tlr.s; b which: ir.eaohe will Nekton! late: of said CIunty.dl'cpa'l.d. !
    rauru nearer hf' and the Island. They ycr. > ,ip-lnhte! Inmiy; 'mE'wht're in the nciihborho'tif Watches &c.
    !he 'III'S l t tilt order (which la..1'ar he PATRICK SJ1THIhn'r.! Jewelry, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
    e 1i '> was unable Thomas ,
    1Ju'o several hut the bulk of the county, Georgia, he having Wen born in
    fttluhuatl; to d'l) with GillS, if j...,ible, eufieriorto any ev- Marei23, 1 1O. II-Om _rk..r:.?; rpHE "iilwcrihers hare just recei-
    _1r11flrk11. .._ _. _., -ailul" "idPl_ __ ..__ ... ....I"A'nln., c.... .... _. .. .(!_ ...: "AII.I. -aid! I county.. The above reward will be paid fur his _. 1.Z.J. I .....I -. rw.,...I _t,* r : n I III .711(11 II VIV II IVIIla. LW 1111161S1 safe -- -- ---- -- ._&_-{: .ru. "u" J coiiiinvineiit in
    jail, so that I him /
    any get
    TJi* way the whole affair has been managed I"I"l.'u. '- experience eiubles him to make a i;ai'i. Nrtice.SIX 9 which are 7, I IS4t:. 27.

    Lu n'a 1 lered it impossible. for the t,v.rn.ntr article. HENRY l\I.\ ?'!. Week- after date. I shall apply tothe Honor. Tobias Gold Lever Walches: A. E. MAXWELL

    to intetferc, ;a seiz:: ',m :!nd examiiiHlionof I B-i i ijia practicalmcI'1iaak. and wi determined, s.r lol'l'Y, Fla. Atiril t n, 1 1S5J.( II I 2m Jn-lze of Probite! of I.eon County, for httersi.f i I Hunting: Silver Lvrs, ,
    any that ime b if Gin*of I the>ry fir-t c1asshillb> inanifactui _____ ___ n__ Administration on I the Estate uf S rb>>rn H'>1- L'Apien and, plain Watches, ATTDR?]!Y ATfLLattend LW3
    lh( veIs would have led to no discovery l>e.yoaJ eJ i.i hi ill nh Teacher Wantccl.t di-ce.i-4-d late said .
    omb, ; ot County.M n all the Courts ot 'he MuidteCircnit. .
    the usml" arnnpnt:1; : : aH t TVS for TO operate to tin* Sdlisf.ictiou ol l the purchawor. He I..y .t.1 ":,). 17 G. C. S. JOHN-ON. Kraccluts i.'osoiii Pin, Rirug Earrings, \1.\
    Office S. F.
    TE UI I Ell i-wanted take I SC/- over Burner's Store.
    charge"f heCetitrevilltMasonic.cadftnj
    Califarni ail deliver tliom free If charge to purchascis at ; ___ nn.'H: Huffon, Sleeve Cut 10113, .
    --- -- -- --- ---- -- -------- --
    m'jriants.If I. 1\ irnrnediaMy. A reasonable I TahLahaseeOct. 27. 1S19. 42
    If.ir! Ila'ltati'fI" Notice.F i Gold Pen and Pencil Casts
    any pioviciou*, stores, arms, or ammunition compensation; will be Jinn to one of I I
    All 'nw'mfnt" made with his travellinz ::I"nls.ft approved Gold Pens in Silver! Cases,
    have hen "nt horn, Lenc they have or 1.1'' t<, thn Proprietor at Palmyra, ball 1 b<- ijtnlificalion.( For particular' apply to the i 'JR W"t'kUftH date the undersigned, Admin- Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons, S. S. KNIGHT,

    ;;ono in 'feparnte vessels, presume, the I. prom tly attended to. !Hoard of Tiustecs. Ntrator of William Theus, dtceaed, will apply Marble Clocks, Wholesale & Retail Grocer i Proiision Teller,
    R. K. CALL, P'Pst.J. to I he I Honorable Com t of Pro'oite: fur Leon Cotuity Plated Cantors and Forks
    rPat h-jlk of Uiese h-iv b"en iem tnnu the f>:Ilejiaij-iiig properly done in the most durablemanner. Spoons ,
    s:. t'.t.n c. lijr an order fn sell the XVJ of S. E!. I L of Section 21), Setts of Waiters, &c. &'. TALLAHASSEE, VLORIDA.KEEPS .
    North] no doubt, fiotn ihis) WM. THOMPSON 2 Itan'e 2 N. and E.SIME'N .
    r.i'y.Tlie Township ,
    though ,
    tore fjC-:: !lie! i is also' Ag"nt for the !l.' of fhanmvi TOWLE & MYERS. constantly on hand,and i-tiers for sale al a
    tip.u-I! u.t'an the rank and file! -enjn Randa'I's & Co.'s CAST IRON UOR>K POUT.R(UGR J. ELIOT TIIEUS.Jul'r.. March 23, :S.,O. 11 advance on cost, for cash, all the unc-

    in this c11'citiol arc .of a fa superior I MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida C. C. MOORE, May, I 1S.V; ). 17 ----- ard articles in his line. Flours ol approved qiu-!
    e K. IJEMHRY --- ------------ --
    grade to the ',( ) which were Contracts can be maieilh my Travelling Agents.ny C. C. FLETCHER., Notice.SIX Buggys Buggys iriet-S'lgar, Cotlees. Teas, Earon Hams. Pm1!
    tng.rat .lJtai \ itiformalion wanted with regard to th' co"t and Soap, Candles, Lard. and all similar articles-together -
    received at
    culJerted last for same olJject..nlC .\pril 27. l"r/. I it; my
    aIUn iperation: 1.lth"3emill.. nn b oStained by addres months after (the first publication of this no I JUST 5 [;Juir ys with tops; with Fruits, Irish Potatues Onions, Nat*,
    \\hoe of tlpin are equipped' at their own mg me at P.lmvra, Lao Co-int\; Geor ia. J. WILLIAMS --- ', I shall apply 10 the lion. James E. flu ornne, lf> ." without tr ps, Raisins, Fi.;!. Almond-,and allofher articlejusuaU*

    e1p?ml'. and receive no money, being sIppteJ March 30JV'U. 12 I ly* Judce' "f Probate u.r Leon Co.tnfflr a di-charge 1 Rockaway .-eat', fo'ind i in : !.! establishments.
    *? juit received : Schr. W. R. Pettes from from I adrninislrator hip of I the estate! of Mac-
    only with a free passage; with the pro. ------- -- --- -- --- HA per George 1 second-hand Carryall, Store nex' door above G. Meginniss'ca,G:1
    Tax Collc tor's Sale. New Orleans, Youn,.deceased, ;late cf Leon Count', Florida. roe street.
    which will be sol.l the best of terms.
    visions and Mores for the tiip. A lar i on
    lion cflhee men have been volunteers:i in por the BY virtue of ti: 1t1(11.'lrl'V( vested in me o> 1a'I I Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One DAVID I). YOU G.Ilm'r.ol .Also on hand Saddles, Cridies, double and single April:, IS49. 17 IT
    hive IcviM uion; and will exposo for sale, !Ih" Hogshead choice Brown George Young, deceased. Harness and every variety of Goods andare usually -
    Mexican war. and} uill be very hard customers, ire the Cotiit I Home I door i in 1\IJ'II'Jono: the firs' For sale low Sugar, March It;;. 11.1 10 Cm found i in a Saddlery Establishment ; and all kindsof GEO. H. BESTWICK,

    as indeed, all of them w ill be 'as they are vlondjy in June n--\t, I the follo.ving ,1esrriel! l lanil- I 20, Krf as ). as any 15 one eUe.April Court of Probate. work dane: at the shortest notice &.c.I Wholesale k Rctail Grocery i Prorision Dealer,

    hiijl ir till m-i''h' thereof as will sitisfy the Taxes dui' >. E. HULL.
    true grit.i a \ they are probablyrqjal ---------- -- STATE or FLORIDA,. > AT CHAMBERS,
    hwo'i fur the seam t lj |1t4! to wit : March 1';. 1S50. 10 TALL\lL\SSEE. FLORIDA
    if to thts volunt'-ors fot Books. Washington County. ) March 1S50.
    not mperior, S. .
    ; The N I E 4 Sec lI,1' I I. R 'I}, N and I K ; I iheS \V .> THEFTS constantly on hand: aid for sale at ffcf
    :Mexico in the late war. Their pv i io to 1 beveiy ?<>c <;, T I l H 7, N and 1';., belonging to George A FINE oelpc'iflll' of the Novels l of the day, to. IN F:the. Kuss matter, If li.-ir Sion cf Smith Itt bert Gui Russ'Idian deceased of, Robert Claret Wine. 1l l It.\te cash price?, for cash all the article 'ID
    ininur ,
    liberal, but only in case of fcuccess. In vlclnure.! pf-tl.er with man' (others such as Bnl(';' Life On the J Roche : FEW cases superior St. J alien, just received this line"r business: Flour* of be-l qualities jr.
    ot and .
    home ins'aiices, with ollicers, this p.iv hiLevii JOHN 11 P\TTE1S( ;, md Travels, I Hutnhi Kit's Tr.nc.-b, Rambler in Mexico Lontr t-ccuiiiies petition Stephen Sum James A and for sale by Co1'E'! Tu Bacon Hams,Soap,Candles, Nut,Rn I
    Smith Guardian
    Tn Collector Madison County. Los Gringos; &..., lot sale byMcNAI'GllT prajnntuat NAUGHT & ORMOND. ,sins Lard, \Vhikeyand all other articles oso u'
    ,J fccuied to them by highly i rehpiiisib-! as atire! n rem'er 1 I. ha. -17 Cm & ORMOND. Nt.'WpNr.rdl 13, !-':.. T4 found in similar establishments.) p"T On,1walI.ing : -
    in lieu of in di-fa-ilt thereof
    names in this country connectedith] Cuba. -- New-pott, April I l.'i, tsrrj. I 11 petitiot.i, or that said fo purchase any of the above articles, are ft*

    In instances that I have heard of ;',oOo to Tax Collector's Sale - --- -- -- -- -- Smith be removed 'fiom said Giazthiaii-lip; : It appearing CabinetMakingTHE -. ectfully! invited to call and price them before bo!.
    to the! satisfaction t.ftbi'i Couit t that said
    Captain, and 3,000 S to a L<'u'rnant-th> J \' viituc of the authority ve"ted in ne l!v law, I I.J Paintings and Engravings. Sion Smith Guaidian of R< bert I: Russ, minor heir ,' subscriber having taken the Ins ewhere. .

    usual promise to the rank! and file! is 1,0'H1' ( [ have levied upon, and will. expose for i>ule, i he. A SMALL andchoireas-ioitment for !,ile bvMcNAUGHT of Robert Ru !, deceased, resides beyond the limitf "- -- <>;> and Ware-Room recently Store formerly I occupied by L. & 1-! Greeobtr
    -- and Jefferson
    o'Jars! each. But I 1 truly 1J1.HI'that will ore Ihc Coiirt I Hciussj door, i in !.ladion.MI th. (irji.IONU fc ORMOND. of the State of Florida but in Ole of (he States if :: occupied by Mr. Gt'rard'ingl'1 huels, fc Co.,corner ol,Monroe streets.

    .\Y in JUNK t n-vt the following l described l'1''porf.Iil 13, I I-sSO. 1J the United States, to wit: the State cf Mississippi, i is prepared t.) Manufactureall kindsol Cabinet Furniture Ma> 12, ISII! IQ
    a large portion (}the men, it !is t the Jove ofexcltement ands, or 5') m'li'h thereof as will -.ttUfy the TaveIui so that notice of said petitioners cannot be serted and has now on hand aood: assortmentwhichu

    and wild adventure which has l beei thereon for the war JSTJ, to wit : S. F. BURNEY upon him : u be sold low lor ca>h. GEO. DAMON. To the Florida Volunteers.

    a greater inducl'mt'nttlmu, any pecuniary inn TimeS E 4 and N 'J K 4 .f
    live. "Jere.l1\ the money needful l l foi tin '11)), Wi i S EI.c 3.T l.R 7.-1 and K: belonging WOULD and the |I"JIlic! generally to I his large Guardian as aforesaid,do appear ar.d answci >aid petitioners reasonable terms. January i'j, 15-3U. 2 6m !: aalO"r the State or the United Stat'

    from o FMv\ard Bryan. ind well a .orU-d stock ot SPUING{ and SUMMER .. within four months from the date! ot the for services" ren.tered by, or supphe furnished.'
    expedition comes I am entirely] nn
    ; )lr.it t ceMainly a heavy Mim has beeiexpended >'5, W 4, S r-: 4. an..i! K: 6. S; W 4, S""c-.fj.' 10, 1 K H.S stapleusiii-ll) M.ld in this market-all of which bets will be tak-n asconf" s..ed, and the prayer thereof I_. January 7th. The cunil arssinti during; the recent Indian outbreak.

    for provisions ard stores, arms am and I H., belongiu to John Miller. rt-ceiving d-iilv. granted : Proelhd, That a copy ct this order be will commence June t5th. Students may enter at Reins thoroughly conversant with all I the fortJ

    ammunition cannot be had ui'.hoiit: I'a-h, not' JOHN II. PATTERSON, March 10, Jvio. 10 published once werk for four months i in some newspaper any time during the }ear, and, after the second weekof and business nece5ry for the collection ol the same.
    the session they will be chared only from the he flatters himsflf he will be enabled to give futi!
    Tax Collector for adison County.VovmScr ----- published within the State of I'lorid.t.WSl1INGTO
    Meambnats and be with-
    can lip! employed timeot entering. Board be had at prices with
    21 1 t. 1 1't U I. J jr'; fim Turpentine Axes &c. :: TABOR, may vary satisfaction to those entrusting their claims
    nut either the cah or a very Mire i pa) nristeiinthib : -- -- ----------- Jiuljre of Probates Washington. Cuiiutr.Apiil27 ing from $"> to $) per mouth. For further particulars him.
    cuun'ry,independent of all! continjjencief Hamilton County Tax Sale. AFRFLSH s-upply nt the above Axes; also, No. f-30. 1C( -Im see printed catalogue, which may be obtainedby Rt'ference--\ll who know- him.
    1 alllt 12 Catt Pluws, nira points ; Sands ______ _._ ____ application to N. II. STEWART, GEORGE. IIUTCHIXS.
    as to 6IJccr!! B y virt-ie of the power vested in me by law t I \ Spear's Cut and Wrought \"ils.&c., &.c. Sheriff's Sale. Jan. 2G, li-50. 3 Principal. February 23, J JS50. 7
    The aetual attempt \\ ill he made betweet lull ewpOM! for !\Ie. before Ihe Court H<- Received per Brig Emelir.f, and for sale by, -

    thi* and the 'JOth inst., indeed, I heard to-da> loor, i in t the town of Ja; per, llamilloii County. Flo NAUGHT & ORMOND. TN pursuance ot a Decree i issued from the Circuit Notice. Fletcher Institute.
    rih, on t the first MondiV I in June ncxtli t rIJ.)) ht'11I1 .j_ Court of Leon County made 2th April, l5)0.
    > Q3
    ( Newport February J 1s50. 7
    that they would be on the i island by the 1llh.as };. the 3d d luy of that month the lollowinl described --- herein n the Amthein Life I Insurance aud Trust Company SIX months after date, I hall present my accounts Madam Rumor say that stndenU"

    the main body were all collected: and onl) propertY or si much thereof as will be sufficient In Provisions &c. is plaintiff i and Alexander 'Ic her i is defendant vouchers to the Honorable Court of Probates WHEREAS to come to this Institution carEt

    waiting those who departed to-day, and the) pay the Stale a.id County Taxes due thereon for the BARRELS I have levied upon and will expose for sale beforethe for the County of Leon, and ask for a final set find boarding houses : To all whom it may COO'
    t to wit 4Ll MESS PORK, I Court-house in I IheCity of Tallahassee, tlement and discharge as Executor of the last will I send"greet! : >el*
    Thereillbe I fear ,ear 1611 : i 4 6 dn. cern. ncr. that I hate i; >ytov
    go hy a steamer.: a N W of the S Sir Prime do. t the first Monday in June next the following described and testament of William Turner, deceased. hill .
    The 4 W J of 1. T I R 13, Sand 5 } Leaf on the at the Institution. ample room', vtKffv'
    which will (.5 Lard,
    Icnible catastrophe, create a tree K., purpoiting to belong to William J. Mills. 2 half property to wit : MATHEW TURNER. nutted, wilh fire places for the accommodate**!
    in the United States. barrels Cranbcnics, Slaves Chailt-s about 40 Paul February 2, 1":(. 4 Cm '?
    rnendoiis excitement WlI.I Y LEE.: : 1 hhd. clear side aged ears ; aged thirty students,and will promise f o give them pi'?
    The parties however, who g:. take the whole Tax AMe4sorand Collector Hamilton Co. 1 do. shoulder II about 33 years ; Muntlen ilk, aged about 30 years ; Notice of good wholesome diet three times a da" form*

    their heads and will have no November, hJ3. -1G f.m 10 hlils. St. Louis ( ) Jjllt l'ft ah.ut 2U( years; Elizabeth: aged about 3D lights, and do their washing, all "tor ten dlla per
    perU on own Flour. years ; and Sawney, a:nl about 21 years. subscriber having fitted up the TANERY month, one half paid in advance, t e other at tM
    --- -- -- 5 do THE
    right, in case ol failure to call on the Government Pain Killer. ;planting PuUtoc. Lands-The South East quarter of section five, this place known as Raker's Tan ard. has end of the jear.

    for protection, 'but which t they! or t their I hhd. fine: Sugur, the Ka-t: half of the South West quarter of section now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER P. P SMITH.

    friends at home would do, and make! a hideous 4 FRESH supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killerju"t 20 I 10 I bushels barrels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, five, all ot Township one North, Range two East, for sate ; and will have tine COOTS and SHOES Fletcherville, Ga., Feb. 21. 1550. 7 3m
    iTL received and for sal- by Ht'Clifit'd'hlkey.. hundred and 37-10'J made order. He has hand
    containing two forty acres, mort to on a superior article of -
    outcry! if it is not granted. If the landing] is T. WHITE & CO., Agents.Nove Just lec'd. per chr. W. R. Peltl'!. and for sale by or les.Levied. donbled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return Raisins- &c

    effected, I cOlSiddrttat I) success will principal. ber17, J I"1I.! 4.; McNAUGHT & ORlOND.N upon as the property of said defendant and his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the Figs, Cheese, ,

    Jy depend on the reception the invaders meet ---- --- ---- ---- I'wI'nrl, March 0 I, I isr o.) 9 to be sold by virtue of anil under said decree. adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and wayto )0 BOXES English Dairy Cheese,

    with from the inhabitants: and troops all ol! Bagging, Plow Iron. ALFRED A. FISHER Sheriff. them that he will continue to manufacture Leather 10 Drums fresh Figs,

    said well assist in ) 01'-1, AND! SALT (tot ti lie byIx. April 30, ISM. 17-5w Hoots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 20 Boxes do. Raisins,
    which it i ill are disposed to
    1\1.- AUGHT & ORMOND. AN assortment of wide Iron, say 8.91 and 10 in. County near Qnincy. lie will be glad at all times I Box Citron,

    the. ul1dertaldll There is some truth, and N-iwport, January 5, 1 1S.:|J. .r>2 clie.Mutable for rio\\t, recci td JUT Schooner fail Road Notice. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, 10 Boxes Champaigne Cider, ,

    much more exaggeration, in the [I pOI ts on (his --- ----- -- -- -- Abel I, and for sile \by Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. Heidsick Champaiene WiD recelfcd.

    subject. One thins, however, V'tV certain Tin Manufactory. McXAUGHT & ORMOND. f ) OO Good Boot and Shoe makers, ot steady habits With a variety ol articles of the kind.
    March Emeline and for sate byMCNAUGHT
    9, IS IO. y --- r--'i X can have employment.. per
    that 0,000 or 6,000 Americans, and such Americans additional 'orkmen"e. ORM05D.
    VIJ'G' engased are --------- ------ -- -- w.lr. &
    as this expedition is composed of il [-r.\prepared to till all orders in our line! in a PRINTERS' AND BINDERS' NOTICE i is hereby- Rail given Road to the Stockholders that of TallahasseeFebruary 2. IS.")O. 4 ly NewportFebruary 21. lS!O. 7.A

    they once Ian 1, will not he beaten, except afler prompt and satisfactory manner. All ord.-in, from 1T.R1110tJSF;, Nos. 29 and 31 GoL:STREETMANUFACTORY.CORNEROKBROOME ;- 27lh day ol June next Company, an elt'l'liollilI onThursday -
    the will receive immed ate attention. A TNAlNSUEANCE and
    COMPANY Bagging Rope.
    country \
    and dreadful .
    C the tnost determined, struggle mercha and dealers.T AND be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahassee ,
    .Jau l.ter. Indeed, I doubt il any prisoners, liberal discount given to its WHITE&. CO. SiiEim-F-aTRKET, NEW YORK.-The subscribers offer for seven Directors to manage the affairs of said Company HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. QO PIECES Kentucky Bagging,

    cxce"pt disabled would be taken as they June 184l> 23 lor sale, of their own manufacture( their improved for twelve months from that date. Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house /wO 30 coils Rope,
    ones ,
    jtatnit Single and D"u!>le Cylinder Punting R. K. CALL, Preli. T. R. Co. BUILDINGS t loss by fire. 1 bale Twine,
    would well know (their fate in case of capture, Presses, for newspaper and book work; Card Punting Tallahassee April Ii, ISO. 13 3m LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth. .

    and would fbllt to the last. Fruits, &c. Machines, Proof Presses, Hjdraulic Presses, January 2G, 1950. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. Just received per Schooner Petfcs, and forw'' DJMcNAUGHT

    : 'Toward the 1st of June look out Ir RAISINS, ORANGES with wrought Iron Cylinders, Geered and other Nails. --- & ORMOM-

    and loud shout and a from th.1 LEMONS, Standing Presses; also, Lithographic and Copper. Of\ KEGS Agawanand Fall River Cut Nails,just Garden Seeds. Newport, February 23, 1S.0. 7 ____
    squalls, H cry
    APPLES, ONIONS, plate Presses, Binders' Materials, &c., &-c. Chase, Ovy received and for sale by
    Queen of the Antilles." 1 hope to he with IRISH POTATOES Cases, Galleys, Furniture, Stands, I Imposing Stones Mc A GIlT & ORMOND. A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Fancy Sugar."

    you before the news reaches. MACKEREL in half barrel and kitts ic., &.C., constantly on hand, and every article necessary Newport April 13. t-!Q. It .fist received from the celebrated garden of GJ! BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar,recei'
    PICKLED! BEEF TONGUES for a complete Printing Office, including R. Garretson Long Island. For sale by 5 per Pettes," and for sale byMeNAUGILT

    WOXDEUKCL lyTuvE.-That singular pa. Just received and for sale by Type and Ink, furnished on the most favorable Pure Sulphate of Quinine. LEWIS & AM 5Janti & ORMOSTf

    Freeman Journal' that JOHN McDOUGALL. terms. Printers, Publishers and others, wishing to T lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and 'rr f>, 1S50.! 52 Newport', February 23, ISSO. 7
    per, says wise lSf! .10 establish News Job be fifty of of
    December. a paper or Office, will furnished ounces Sulphate Quinine, which t they Blacksmithing.GOOD .
    (Roman) Catholics know, when the Pope is with an estimate for tie, same, in detail, if have obtained direct from the manufacturers and Liverpool Salt.
    London Porter. desired Machinery madetoorder ordrnwingiIron they will warrant it to he a superior article. substantial, and cheap Blacksmithing Sacks.J)
    out of Rome, that he will either retain to it and nross to order. We have kinds done at the Shop near Stable, occupied i SACKS in fine order,(bleached
    CASKS, quarts and pints, just received and for Castings They also tmnufac- enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines my 100 received Barque R H. Gamble.""* Wl
    or the world trill crumble to pirces." Possible 9 sale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. lure superior cast sleell mill, pit, cross-cut,circularand by recent an}ivals! and are prepared to execute last year by Miller & Brokaw. sale per McNAUGHT & OKMOM>-
    f'iJ other Saws, of which orders for articles in January 20, 1849. 3 A. A. FISHER.S. by
    a supply line
    (they keep con- our at wholesale retail
    ** is his the April 1..18)0. 14 or 2t ISSO. 7
    i ? Also, that Rome (( Pope's) Newport, 'anllyon hand. R. HOE & CO. on the most accommodating terms. Newport, February .

    .' by a special and entire right" ; and that M God N. .-Proprietors of newspapers, who will insert We have also a few accounts yet due to us for the S. Knight Gentlemen's Clothing

    has BO ordained: ill and 110 brings it to pass in SaratogaVater.. Ihe) advertisement three limes and eend jis cumber year t8 7. They generally in small amounts, continue business at his old stand,where stock of Clot bunf'

    Hi Providence, that aLe temporal tlominion )0: DOZEN (quart) Congress Water, just re- of their paper containing it, will be entitled ,to pay. hilt if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go WILL' hopes to wait on such of his friends as have A SMALL received and well Erneline.andMcNAUGHT selected for sale bY.

    tl (t'v'dandfurulelJy i ment on pvrchaein* of us four times the amJunt of far towards liquiJitingceiliin sums which we owe heretofore extended so liberal a patronage,promis. just per &. ORMO
    shall always accompany spiritual pourrsoftic McNAUGHT Sj. ORMOND. their bill. LEWIS fc AWES ing that all shall have good articl s at fair pricc3. 7

    /'/>;*."_ Y. TCOM.. Ade.a Newport, AprillS I IS50. U I May I, SjO. 17 .txilt.1blS. 41 .4'ril2',1SJ9. 17 Newport, February 23,1S50.