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 8, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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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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[Original. husbands i before them, hope gave them sours Prom the Charlrtlon Mrrtvry. \I THB y
HOPE age, and onward they went. I know not uhaiength The South and the North. BT T. WisTtt OnD, roads of the country ? I think m>t. We see it announced by ifm Ietter-wrkers"' .

; 0 .. ,*' hl'IJ t art 'the lovcr' polar Mai of time they occupied in their journey, Why is the South assailed in this Union : I A little child, 4th. The idea that the country is not denselr< ihisciiy, that the Secretary of War, the '
; but as it was in winter, and they had often to On what pretences do they justify themselves A little meek Cfd. quiet l, village child. iH W. Crawford who received. '
The ombre cloud I that loom before t the gaze Sat ly enough populated to sustain such a road i George 's !
paM* swiftly,( <>Vr and l leave thee brighter tar' conceal thetruelves in clefts of rocks and overhanging who insist that (he Federal Government Ihalllak A low.nging; sweet; by, tier Sabbath cottage-door son No at l human eve, equally incorrect. The nsads themselves nor than 8 lQUO of tie Gaphn? ;; swindle :: .
mountains, from the scouts of the e a position of hostility; to the sla ('holding; j the taint ? ear of has resolved! not to i his in the
And tar leas bright grow dim before thy rays! Ca'Jght taelod.-no human eye will soon supply I be necessary density p"p- resign place ,
TV MI!!,ns* north' star not so well ran guide, enemy, it must have been a long and wean Mates ; shall make it a matter triumph to Beheld the uplurnrd aspect; or Ihe smile ulation. This has been pre-eminently lh, cabinet in cor.sequen.ee ot the astounding developments '
Their rail anJ trembling vessels zt they gh
Through white-rapp'd: billow or the gentler tiJe, beggars, und asked forbtead} from their 1,100 to weaken their powers, and deprive them of The oft-repealed breathed tur+len of the hymn creased value of properly along ihe Eric Ca I C ; We are very glad he has coma" {,.
At thou JOtt guide the lover'* destiny. hirMy foes. They ultimately all reliance on its justice and its }protection 111'hen Praise God .' pra e God !" sal, was more than sufficient to pay for it:, to this conclusion, and we think he is in the ,
own of Relgrade, where they expected to the Union was formed it consisted A Seraph by the Throne construction, and this increase as as occasionedby right.V e gee no more reason fir his resigning .
OlJorr. th'u art life'ssnn, whose vital beam, find their husbands and 1 termination of their only of the states on the Atlantic border-a In the full elcry stood. With eager hand the demand brought about by the influx of than we do in the resignation ninny one ''""

Like old Sol's eye upon each vale and bill. huft'ring8.! Imagine, then, their feelings ofdisappointment feeble! Dart of that grand dominion which now ; Of He smote the golden harptrin! :till a flood p< puktion. of bis colleagues. They are all concerned in '
We and smile ihe harmony on theceleslial air ;
With whole creation fill
: when they learned that not a str etch' s from ocean to ocean, and holds in : Welled lor I h.uncM she. Then with n this infamous scheme of plundering and bank. ,
Ah! tad indeed were man, had no bright gleair.s Hungarian there all,had been removed its hand the destinies of world. : great voice Plank Reads
was a new But l He sang the Holj[}, Holy evermore, no llumbug.The Fayette. rap tug the treasury, by allowing these enormous ., .
Of Hope swept earth, and dove the gloom away, to Shumla. What was now to be done 1- there was oven then a vast territory belonging.i Lord God Almighty !1" and the eternal court viUe Observer: of the 1st inst., says :-"We and unfounded claims, whose payment
Vtiling. the morrow, whose long !to k'd tor fate 'They were worn nut, and could proceed nofurther. to Virgnia, the Carolinas. and Georgia It Thrilled with the rapture, and the hierarchies understand thai the receip's on the 12$ miles has teen refused by former administrations.If +
;;'fT.d! bath mt mankind's expectant g-tZe. Hope had even forsaken them. Xo was given .by them to the Union, and one half] With Ansel vehement, rapt admti archangel n., throbbed and burred finished of the Road, for the past: week, averaged (tit whig parry sustains the practice, it also :

And night to day succeeds and day to night' husbands to embrace, no friends to welcome of it t allowed to be appropriated to the North. Rose the majestic anthem, without Higher pans yet about 8-1 per cost. Many wagons donut I' will! he enmity guilty with the cabinet, an-i .
Still Hope, nw rapt in Jeep prophetic sight, them. They decided to throw themselves Louisiana was subsequently' acquired ; it was Hither i With magnificence sound, travel 1 on it. as yet, because there is fill' the people will hold: them all yesPnn"ible---
Forrte'.U tbe cheer to come with trOI nipg', light : upon the humanity; of the Sardinian Consul. slave territory, the whole of it. The smithviclcd Toils full strength; and still the infinite heavens little finished thai they can only take in such The implication of the entire cabinet in lhi-

Bet to.rr.ui'rovv+ cornell not at a prophet's will- They Knocked in r his door, which was opened up so disproportionate a part to the Till Rin?trerrfjlini with I the fro" Holy i [excess, Holy of evermore and!love" loads as formerly. Galphin afTiir( is n+,vv fixed beyond all denial "

Tiisy Ip elfIi-lbe morrovv'b luluft" still by the consul himsflf Two beggar women North, that even the subsequent annexation of J Each see)t red spiiit I sank before awe the Throne, We are informed that a proprietor; of a or evasion, by the dab >rate jus'incatiou! of the '

0 HOFC! thou irt manV most enchanting cheat- stood before pictures of misery and Texcs, giving: her all the extent the claims, With a rule halle lujsh. Cut, even 'then, Saw Mill[ on Little river, whose lI'iualload o' Dwindle which appeared in the caninet organ} '
A very Eve at once in smiles and tears; woe. He asked them what they wanted.ey .- was very far from equalising the acquisition, While thtecstatic, son; was at its height, lumber to town on the old road was 800 feel Tuesday. The publication fixes the matter '

:mantling up bright fortune's flush appears, Th answered, .food nnd hele'r." He re. of the two sections. Thus far, all, the increase To Stole float it'L, fl,alien a: upward voice from-a voice some that world seemed afar- brought 2ROO feet at a load a few days ago. upon the whole cabinet, and up+:n the whig

And now misfortune' blanch o'erspreads the cheek. queued them to come in. ofcer'f of the domain of the confederacy, had A meek anl) child-likevoicefaintbut how sweet He thus performed in one day, the labor of! I sort; and the country! will bold the cabinet ,
But, sec! the blond flows back again as fast lady introduced him to Madam Ko been h) the acquisition of slave territory and ; That blen d with the seraph's rushing strain, three and a half days. Hire of wagon, four and whig party accountable! for e't. Therefore ,
i So quick thechange.w e know not w hich came last, of the President of Hungary. He could not the gift of southern states. And yet, at theend I Even as a tuntain's music, with the roll! horses and diver, saved fir two and a hall!t we see no reason why Mr. Crawford
I Or fled! before the other to the past, I believe it until she lock from her bosom the the North is found in possession of immensely Of Lit the (rev,rberate thunder. Loving smiles days, at $3 a day, 7 50. Toll paid for going should resign, while his fellutr.members of .
Iiebeauly of each el's
up} face
The flush of fortune or misfortune' blanch signet riri2 and seal of the government of Hun. the largest t share. The south had At that nets utterance. Smiles an: of t joy that and returning 92 cents Nett gain on one the cabinet hold their places. Indeed, ho _. .

;!io matter vv hich, Hope stand prepared to chain gary. What followed you can easily conjecture surrendered her advantages, had given up her flute joyoisyet, as ever and anon grew load i.i one day $G S3." cannot resign (.>n account of this! (lalphin!} busts
Fortune to wealth, and bind them to our cars- ; they were received and treated accord !superiority possession, and for the sake of| Was heard,the simple burden of the hymn, Tire PiMsburg! Gazette speaking cf the influence ness without admitting;: by the act that tho
To warm the lie( -bnod! in the frozen vein, ing to their rank by the liind-hearted consul, I harmony, had beggared herself to enrich the Praise G,d praise God !" And when the t'rapb' of( Plank Roads up m the value of Real transaction, was unmitigalto};ly disgraceful. It ,.

And paint alrcsh to-niorro*'* blighter hour and after they were sufficiently rested he I rir.+l section. She expected, doubtless, ihit Had readied sing its close, and o'er the gulden lure Estate near that city, Rays: : would be }pulling the seal upon his ruin as a
o lIon! to man the choicest made: known their case to the Prince of Sere this generous self-sacrifice would be greatly Silence hlnzbrnodinG when the eternal courts Since the organization of the Rraddock- public man. although he would have conso!\*
gift thou attErerdispen.ed ,'ia. who sent t them his carriage and I four remembered, and that she would be repaid in Run; but with echoes pi his chant sublime, field Plank Road Company, and the location lion which few other public men have had !in ''
by the Creator's hand- with an escort to take them to Sh ,mla.! The love for ihe free bestowal of an empire. King Still, thraizh the abysmal f1'3ceIhat wandering of the line, a piece of property: some three or their fall, six : $115,000 clean ca h.-Wash.
The rarest 1 jewel fixed in human 'nIC9
heart'Des weather was terribly cold! and (the roads as Lear had the sam visions and woke fin,n Came i four miles fiorn the city, which was purchased I Union.Tfce+ .
oil mankind of thee flowing upward from Ju world afar,
Destruction -and i-ee Despair bad as they could be, but they ultimately arrived them to the same reality, to find that those t lo Sill inumurid+ s.wel un> the celestial air, some year or so ago for 8030: per acre, has
And dark -:an infernal pair in !aft'IJ.tt whom he had given all, returned hu benefits Frame God pea?!e God been sold for 81000 per acre. Contigtio-ij: ererr-day cares and duties which men ', 1,
Embracing all of earth with their command: I i with hatred persecution outlawry. |property i which was purchased for 250 call drudgery; are the! weights; and counterpoises ; i. .

Henceforth no more shall Pleasure bear her sway, Boys and Girls.-The times have indeed j It is not, then, because the south has here( i from the Georgia Journal. j per acre a few months ago, is now held at ol the clock of Time civin: its pendu. !f' .
?Nor sprightly Mirth carol her gladsome songs sadly! changed. One entire portion of hurmn uifoie' been greedy of f more than hei share, Advantages of Plank Roads over Rail s 1000." lum a truer vibration and. its hands a regular! !

Re erho'd clear by nature's thousand tonucs ; life is struck out. It is now bn\ hood, or rnnn- that: she is now reqtiiied to relinquish lo the Rot.ds.ht. I motion+ ; and when they cease to hang upon
So more of Joy a single} got len hood. :I Flank! Roads are more easily and I Almnt the middle of l U'C't'III.t"f) Mark he .,
ray There i il no r onsert:a'itc ktate-[we North the whole of thee latest acquisition: of theconfederacy. last t a wheels the pendulum n > longer swings,
SbaU rierrt' the heart and scatter gloom away ; do not speak political! ] Once there was in-1 I I Is there anything iii the cir. cheaply: cnn-tructed than Rnil Roads. fellow, belonging! to 11 Ir. J. 4'. Biugli ran away the hands no longer more, the clock standssi'l.

Notnore,hall Faith outspread her pinion bright: term:dia.tt' stales of boyhood-baie-footcd and.i cumMancos of lhatacqmSilioii, I lint Iclllor 2(1. They are more easily kept in repair from this place! and for months nothing .

And bn1 in Hea\en's purl% ttherial light! 11. bean porridge; eating Mate, a spelling{ and cyj I j,'i of f fairness to the attempt to deprive: her of allparticipation l I, the and yield lflcI! ,h"Jders.a larger and more1 certain return t to I was !heard from him. Same two rn:nth: < since The! purest of hunnn beings mast needs ;

I.hl'ring- period-when there were '. (,ys to dCJI' in il ? Th territory was ihu he learned iho boy was in Cincinnati! live in the \, orJd as it !i.i ; and education i u j jl
{ Ortgrnal.3 I ] the chore and errands-when I I 3d. Produce can be carried ovr>r them ai't Thither he repaired and SJbim !
<;o apprentice !Il prize of war-the reward of l kbiuious, cam. j repeatedlyn dangcrouslv I nnnerft-rl which does not instruct 1i
THE POISONED BOWL. indeniuies were in fashion, and manhood was l i j i paigns and many bloody buttles. Fur this :leapt 25 per cent cheaper than on Rail Road. > the streets full}" aware he could! n'"f jjrl him,; i l purity( as to what it must "penly meef, what it r ;

VThf the festal' ball is ringing, well defined by the, freedom suit.' U .t their war, the southern states contributed: not only I!I I 4lh. They are puiticuUrly: adapted lo the by the constitutional' !law from among tbe I I i may purely receive, and what it should! turn .
V.'ilh the haul of noi/y mirth, are no such thins; now. The child steps out t more men in proportion to their population, i!i": Southern States: because of he( abundance of,!! thousands! of white fantiiii-s: and negro rabble! t j fiom, and repel.
WIth: ciueic and with finding, of his diaper and frock, into a lord tailed coat t but absolutely more men, than the ,)orthern t I timber ed. here, and the character of the, power I. he wisely pursued another course, and Imz.1 I I I If opinion has cried your name uj, let mod- ." I.
Whilst the trine i i. forth and high heeled lie exchanges the .\nlltbat state which! nl+-w stands pre-eminent t i us ardous as it was he was slfcce !!u1. On Fi'e heart
pouring ; boots.t I Y cry your down. I Cal deceive if
5th. ,
tt accommodate you '
It t give*, no pleasure my eyti breast fur the ; one of the present t | i in: the violence i with which she demands .that They a larger nnnvirri flay, the 10h: ins:., having secured tie services or it deceives There is no less '

To tec the flowing bowl, generation has ever seen a real bonafide. nine; :I ;all the acquUiti' ns of th-? war shall be appro: j ji t i of people, because m's door they can he carried almost: of three officers from Kentucky, the four in a great nauu you.than: : bad one ; and danger no less

F'* oh : within it iiideii lies days old' mess of bean porridge ; and Noah i J priuted to the North, refund by her' public j i j to every m while Rail [Roads cannot .I went boIJIy in broad da>light and arrested honor in deserving praise, than in endue
The poison of the soul I Ii'm W*'bvter's spelling book is crowded nut 1 fj I authorities to encourage the raising of a sot- !,I j I i i 6lh! They tend to sustain a local population. iI i i him, in the upper part of the city, about one ing it. >.
and build!
school by, high words on philosophy! and meta- j I I ge j ;! regiment;; within her borders, and when i it up a home market in every neigh i I j o'clock, and took him down Walnut! one o! .I r t
fatal than the set w'ra's sting 1 phyica. Tb'fIna: upprentires: ra't'.- I I I was raised, refused to appropriate a dollar! for I I i I. : I this penetrate. I t the most populous: streets in I iht! city.; When Science is the advanced guard: in the march

The ruddy 111'ukliTlgine., iuan': + men take a fcvv lessons in the 'lrau e i t the subsi.-lence anJ comfort! of the soJi! iiri9.. -f common sense ; and, it it does ruthlessly

Tbotih many oia its ptaifts irig. they (lane,! and tL! !! Ml l till' for ;shfrnselve: :: *. i II t tt tb-ir! :march to j join, the armies oflheir country, i iI j I!i better adapted to an agricultural! country! lip l t the negro loudly vociferated frien-Js of freedom |! lay the axe to the roots of the old: forest, i it rlakes

TfcotiHi often call.d divine ; Hut the pioseiitg;
For round ii, ranged in grim array, yirls as buys. It is either baby' or (iidy( !I'> stare in ihe! nf'err t ( Its: Ih? tit! I i pair I I by the planters ihermeives! ; and because 1 moved him: swiftly: a.i!<"!;g. A mixeil [ shall occupy; the clearing.
Dispair; and death 1 tote: nursery or parlor. The mother teLls) !;'f.!.! T1c. of :!lie s.J"r! ; v-.io:t faces dir.aer and death I trio pI! inters: can err lh*m and rmnage: the m j I crowd of negroes aim' hboliliiniists! ..followeJclosely To be thrown upon} one's own resources is

; Then", ..take,the poisoned. bowl) 8wa, infant,or waits upon her daughter. Instead J .j f for tae glory of his flag, but of :she vulture): who II so as to m-ikc th. transient! travel} f piy the expense .i I behind, but the determined l bt*.rin<* of!I I to be cast info the very lap of fortune, for our
c it Itl ui--- D. j. II. or tjJlililtn; fltiA i'vi tLitU fail..'* eLl: (Urj I il 4v.o.. ill tlio. raur nf haute! uuJ (!aliens mi II of earring their own: cotton to marker, :!. f fine armed men in the defence of their ju t I fdcl!esMhen: undergo a clevel"pement, and '. .
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Xot,:th's Wife. r. reel J silk;1 for the 1 lady's t fair ; ant in&tead J'j I blooJ. Cart !the! whole! Free Soil party of the and also'return a handsome interest !besifiep.; i I.i t rigLts, kept the +vbnl l+' of them at hay. When display! an energy cf which they were previousiy -- .

From u very mien-ning letter flora a Judy knitting stocking and mending tro-is-ers f'' ', Notth, xvhich now claim as their own the reotltj I I I know, }Jes;r8. Editors that many of your t at Ihe fool) of Walnut street, the ferryboat t } unsut'plil!.:. J .

in Constantinople finer niece in Washington, their brothers, they work lace and make tUtvs \: of all (.'Mexican achiovcmets., acted country readers particularly, look upon; every !I \was jut: pushing out, and the [party got safely, Indolent people easily 'become sir, and shift.

we take the f..Ik)wing extract, touching, the} for t themselves. The mother milks, churns; i the sanity patriotic part during the war ; and l I j I man: oho advocates the construction of Plank i.i\ aboard: having received little or no injury ing ; their natural gentleness!+ serves to bide

heroic and devoted conduct of a noble woman. 'mends m washes, and il'ons-lUd their ddugh-; }, a cotispicious; loader of their traitorous faction: Kinds as a brainless ionar\. They" con- .' from some brickbats hurled after them by theatialgimated even a fi: of rag" ; for it is by our habitual )

the wife of Ko uth : i lath--the' ladit's'-re:1J novels, dress, and: ;in th' senate spoke the spirit of the \\'IJ..le.j i i tend I mob ofab+ litionists and negroes manner that an accidental change, of leelinjj-

At the lime when ail was lost 1 to the iiiiarieus rt. I make{ and receive: calls. Thwy mike parti+'s I when he invoked for hour heroic; soldiers! i in'j'!I 1st. That the timber will decay+ so soon i in ,j t When once on the I Kentucky shore, Mr.f may be test concealed. ..

; :,,J each had to beak }his own safety t I instead pud-lings, and' cook from the book Mexico, welcome lion : their em-mies with Jthis' slim'lte, (that the road will{ Le rendered f !1 [Biui: ;L went before the proper authorities+ serer mike a friend of a coward ; Ls: .

hy} flight, (;11\'. Kos'-ntti anJ his l lucly: who hndaccomjianied l i lather than fiom' knowt>:d.(. IJClody! hands! to hospitable: ;:raves." I worthless in a few tears at most. proved his right to the slave, and lodged 1 him heart[ is a dung-hill, while s'I!?picioi is! the only '
her htii arid throng inut the war I We should be delighted to see a generation I But there is another view of this matter. Xd.! That I the roads will be so narrrow asj i'! ihe city prison, where he was retained until:i! cock that ever crows on if. '

thought it best to separate, in order that one t jol boys and IrlS-Ill looks, actions, and dress ; 1'110):1f! involved the country! in a heavy j to I bu perfectly useless for all practical pirrpo- I ni0 ht. Us then brought him down the river lie who searches for words lo clothe his :
(,them, if jHihsibie.! rni+i zht save their! lives f for I I'e should then t hope for health and btreu';t L. :I dc.1Jt-al least sis y millions of dollars. Fifteen 'i s-s, especially I where we Lav* I negro! drivers. .: tlomllr.. th oughts: docs not know exactly: what he wishes .;; .,
tie take of their children, who hud been, 1 left i 1 industry and sobriety! fmguliiy and! economy, i iI 'I millions more were stipulated lo bo paid i 3J. That the (planters! will not ravel( upon I : IJauh deserves the thanks of thosewho I to express.Whatever.

under the protection of 1 their crand-mother., I {prosperity! and },appmess.: We go for prate c. :I j t to Mexico! it: the treaty of peace. The}, reve.iu | !them!, in consequence of the tolls charged ; may be placed in the s 'me situation as : t
The Governor determined to remain with his tion to this part of our corn :.UII IEn'r\ I!! i !!s of the !Tnited Si.iles are derived almost t I but }give preference lo the common roads. he was himself for setting them an esamp!e't I may be the customs and laws of :.ht

brave officers. Mill wi'h! him, and to share their father should impose a tatiff; me that shou'd i j:, wiwHfrom J taxes on commt lce. Of this *..,F.i- ; 4th. That the country is not sufficiently! And if those who have suffered from the nefarious ; country, women always give the tone' tt)
fate. Madam K. informed her husband anda amount to an entire prohibition on: the tote n. i rnerce the south furnishes one hun-lred: mil.! ;j I densely populated to furnish either trade or interference of t fanatics and knave m urals.t ,

female friend the wife of an officer, where 'j' duclion fashionable follis. into the family.Ho ) 'I lions, to forty millions from the} :'nrl},. Fire] I j i travel enough to sustain them. will: pursue the same course flay may met Love matches are often formed ty: people; ,

she would endear r to teek safety' and as [ should protect and enforce home industry.I i sevenths of the revenue of the! United Stairs's I; I will answer these objections in order. with the s'ime fuccess.-jlc sushis ( Tenn.) who pay for a month of honey with a life of viaegar. ;

every moment was precious, this delicate lad I) i' l He and his wife and children should enter in. I is derived from southern products, and that j i| 1st. It will lake no more timber to build a L'a press 27/A in sl. .

clothed herself a t,epgar ; her husband gave: to a'Home League' on the sulJ Pct. Thi is i ii the proportion they have to pay oIl. expenses [i Plank Road, than to lay the superstructure of How absurd to be afraid of death} when we -
her bin signet ring, and the seal .,f the gr.v.eminent I the tal iff thit: will restore cotifidence. This of the Mexican war an-1 the price j-J l.a Rail! Road and it will last at least onethirdi The true Defence of Nations. are in the habit of rehearsing it every melt ,

of Hungary, that these might be a I is the bank that will freely discount and never the ceded terri'ory. It its !idle, and worse tha I longer upon the former, than upon the lane r. The 'bulvvaik America is not the army or Who from mrtivei of ]lore hides: lore Jovea''
passport for her in the vent cf her meeting !,j suspend.-Alaiandria Index. idle, it is dishonest, to call this in qlJ s'ion.- j The objection in regard to the decay of timber navy of the United States, with all the men at ineffably and eternally. .

with those who were friendly to their cause !I British So far as the Northern states from feeling I the |i t tLercf, is much stronger against the public cost instructed in the art of war--it is .
Without any clothes except those on 'her back, j files oflh.Philanthropy.-We have received burdens of Federal: !taxation, as the south feels I Rail Road than! against Plank Roads. The not the swords and muskets idly bristling i in s Frowns blight:i oong children, as frosty

she commenced her sad and falipu, ng journey \ our )total Gazette, published at i i th'!ni, that a majority of a those states: have weight is s,' immense, that lo render the fir.l I our armories-it i is not the cannon and powder nights blight \oung+ plants. '
on foot. She travelled :'Georgetown, Derri'-rara, to the 13th nil.- ; I safe for heavily laden limbers have Despair is the offspring of fear laziness and
claimed mer ,
long, experiencing all The always that that were positively ben- cars, carefully laid by ; no, nor is it yet the '.
kinds of hardships privations and dangers. j!i tlc Gazette following; paragraph which we find in I elated and enriched by F"dt"nllaxaliCln, and ofien to be !thrown away before they are ha lfl forts which frown in all their grim barbarity impatience. '
of the 13th i is the
When popped! f by the Austrian or Russian' j I only item of in. !it t has been with the extremes difficulty( that I decayed. This would not be the case wit of stone alongthe coast, defacing the landscape We all dig our graves with our teeth.

guards, the feigned extrern old age, and Raid' !i'! terPet' they contain : I they have Even. prevented from fixing upon us a Plank Roads. In the Northern States ihe j else so fair ; these might all be destroy t -
,b" wa ;in teaich of a Ji'lie! grund.bon a h"' {;I By the aarival jesterday of the GJcrtan.1 rate of taxation so high an lo threaten the ex: planks used are of hemlock-a soft, sappy r ed to night, and the nation be as safe as now; Pro;r s$ oj the \Yest-We fi-rd in tLoWheeling
bad I ner, 22 dais from St. Helena the *
got lost in the war t>o they let her paus' j I G'Inny I ha I istence of the commerce that thus supported 1 wood-and Jet they last some len or twelve The more effectual bulwark America is her Argus some infiJtm.tlilnVilh: regard
little! knowing value of the prize they 1 had j I j received 404 captured Africans. The slave 'the Government This was not from years. It is but fair to conclude that yellow school*. The cheap spelling }book, or th? to the settlement and progress. of' iho! \
in their} bloody hands i i i!! trade it would appear! is being prosecuted with love .f taxation. These people are anything any I II pine will last r as long; at the South as the hemlock vane on her school house, i ill.\ better symbolof '.Vest. Tte nice: states :
"Thus she continued I undiuiinished activity on the Coast of Africa. will at .the North. (this. be conceded In 17D7 Wheeling{ had a few houses and
on, until the reached i I but lavish! of their own means';, and are I ( the nation than "the star pal1It"li banner ;
an extensive 'pasture country, uninhabited ex. | On the 14th u'l.{ Herg Majesty's bloop (bti ig) ; disturbed by heavy faxes, which they have easily to' the question is settled, because, even in the |I ;" the Printing Press does more than the Steu.i! *'nvile!! vva* first laid not. "

ccpl by herdsmen, almost ah void c/f intellect Water Witch, brought into St. Helena[ a pay. And s-o well do they understand the least densely sell led sl'cliol1'1 of NBVV York these cannon ; the Press is mightier than the slyer d. In 1810 Pittsburg hats population of about, .
ai the herd they guarded here the Brazilian prize brig, bavins 640 Africans on roads paying from 23 to 40 cent 400 souls. t
; sought and rustle r, thai the citizens of that town in Massachiisetls are per upon The army that is to keep our liberties-y :
found a resting place. 'fhes* poor srvl's made boaid ; and a few days previous III''the depart, who strenuously refused to ba as.es..ed .- the cost of llieir construction after I lining upa are part: out, ye noble army Teachers. 0 nit(I Ii I In, 1501 Ohio had 302 white male iuLab. ,1 i
her a freh bed of! ti' ure of the G., Her Majesty's sloop Haul er, reserved fund sufficient: to rebuild them ants.
raw,covered her
with: their to defray the small exj; ease of covering, every i is you who are to make ;a nation greatereven .
cleanest sheepskins, and fed her with their brought into the same place an American with earth the bones of their Ex.Prt'side.nr[ ten years. wise and good the next generation better In 1950 Wheeling has a population! of 200001 ,-J' "

brown bread, and heM she remained three p size brig, captured uncW brazilian colors have always been with great unanimity in f&. 2d. If eight feet be found lo be too narrow ,, than I their sires.-Scirnfifa American. I J
months during which lime the winter cold with 540 wretched" captives cf the same un. vor of the heaviest burdens) on commerce. for these roads at the South, it will be an easy -- -- lu 1550 Piitsburg has a population of*50as ,-;J; :, .

came on, and having but little covering, you I fortunate race. They know well that Ihe parses of the n' mailer, in consequence of (he abundance of How to write for Newspapers. 0(- v'; ,
may easily conceive how intensely she must t j! The above is a specimen of British philanth pie of Quincy are not lightened by the pe timber and the loveliness lithe country to i increase 1. Have something (to write about, and In 1350 Ohio; has n population of 2,000,*,.

bate suffered. Gov. Kottuth bad sent for big l j easels' ropy, which is of almost daily ocrnrren CP. CegR.ur. pro. the width lo twelve, or even sixteen write it only on one side of the paper. 000! .' : .

children, that be might take leave of them, >.t ,then filled of from one to two hundred tons b The south' .then, has fought, for this territory feet, and still to restrict their cost within the 2. Write plain ; dot your i's and cress your
A Sensible '
and gire them his last blessing! ; they were lured: to suffocation with slaves, are rap{ furnishes far more than her proportion of. sum f paid for iheir construction at the i Norlh.Eiht tV point your sentences ; begin rhemTilh Negro.-Sam. a negro rrnn. belonging '
brought to him "by his mother, and again taken. on the 'oast; of Africa, often within ihe soldiery who carried ihe flag of their feel at the North; where the population capitals. to Wrn. S. Mallory, e&q. who went c,
to sight ofland, and instead of eke country out in the 'bark John G.
their home. The philanthropists much dense, is found be Coliey, to California
AuistriMii executioner over victorious hattle fields, till is more lo quite ample. 3. Write short lo the point ; stor> when "
they planted ; "
the slaves about ,
( putting ashore on their native soil fifteen months returned (hunie"
Haynau) Lad long since commenced hi i'* it on the walls of the Mexican The road is so well graded so well drained, have. done. ago. on .
bloody "'ork.o"uth, and ihokc with him, they lake them to St. Helena, from whence The south has paid in money, us in blood capital., far and kepi in such thorough order, Ihat'a;;on you 4. Read it over : abridge} and'correct it I Sunday; morning, having; come by way of(fig, ,( .
fled they are shipped to the various colonies nnd thence to New Lurk fn
towards which f
the Turkish, frontier to the f"r. Great o more than her share of the cost of the acquisi can turn out at any point with perfect con. until you h3.got it into the shortest space
Britain under the he
tress of Widdin. name of apprentices, city remained a week. With _
I cannot enumerate all t the tion. By what right, then, in she denied the venietice. po.si Me. every opportunity ,
sufferings, losses and anguish experienced l h' where they remain until they serve their lime benefits of an achievement which has been I 3d. That planters will not pay .the tolls lo 2. Pay the of retaining. his freedom, acquired
these unfortunate 3'L[allotted to them on ibis earth] out in the most so benefits of these postage. by visiting so (many places where slavery: does
men during their flight; ,'_ largely III"rw"-k1 The reasnnsgiven: for exclud l enjoy the roads! no sane man Thes, rules observed will al'vays insure
most of them, however, reached Widdin. abject miser)-.-. X." .Y.-Herald.1st. ing her from the participation in these : !ti. can believe. Let us suppose a road coast r u c. the publication, of an article, nnd what is not exist t. he preferred: very ber."ibfy, lo return -"'

They were no sooner there, than their I firM How to Ruin a Son.her Mil ion!, are as insulting lo her feelings as arq the! fed from Macon loTulbotton. say 65 miles in more desirable tq the writer will secure its to his master.: Sam didn't! travel through, : f '

thoughts were ol Madam Kossuth ; and ; Let him have his own way. act itself is aggressive upon her rights I and 1 i in l length. It now reqire a six horse team nearly being read IuSf< called t "-n sluveho'ding countries for. ; ,;.
friend, the wife of the officer to whom she l had 2d Allow him the free use of money. jurious to her interests. They rob her of berprn".rty I lour days to h'luei\ t bales of cotton fromTalbotlon nothing.-Norfolk Herald. ,

communicated the place of her intended con 3d Permit him lo roam where be pleaseson and justify the outrage by sneering to Macon. At fire dollars per day, Slare Labor in California.The editor ofihe .
cealment, determined: to seek and find her if the Sabbath imputations upon her honor, and casting all;. the cost of delivering these eight bales would t Hornet's Nul has received a letter (rllm' .ltuul.-.f found hind lj ofa small negro child ; .
sbe was still alive. She sat out on her mas and be 820., By a Plank Road the same learn in was in a nlllihSI"S! h(--!hrad in thhf '
wcury 4th. Give him full access to unprincipledcompany. approbrium upon her s'jpial inslitulions. a distinguished gentleman Washington" ::n place, a few einf'r..ullerlhc tPolassea was ) j 11\
journey Mtd habited ;in a similar guise as that of To positive) aggression and 'pi in p'u:n- would deliver 20 bales in two days, or at a relation I : to the Compromise report and the drawn off days mark of violence sxU s
m Kossuth-as a "g.car-and thus she 5th. Call him to no account of Lis even der they add the provocation of bitter taunts cost of$10. In one casa .the hanlin<; costs slavery question generally, from which we him. We no vouch for was found r. !.t ",1
pitted the soldiers and guards of the enemy, ings. and insulting aspersions and lithe South, aggravated 82.50 per hale ; in the other only 50 cents lake the f following extract confirming( opinions t upon his; .--G'o.> Cataract.ran the truth of' ** .
until toes
who abe reached the hiding 1 place of her friend Oth. Furnish him with no dated employmerit. by this manifold wrong, makes n i per J,.I It is plain lhat the planter, orVR.. we have before, exprees-d+ : We are rejoiced to hear t
!Lad been the companion of ber jouth and movement that looks to self pi election, .they i goner, cou'd afford to pay 81 per bale toll 1!, Attention: has begun to be aroused here hove th It t the li'tle' writing} ; the .
happier days; and new they were to taco un Pursue either of these and will denouce it as treason, and threaten to slide it and then save $1 I per bale in addition I lo t the 'to the openly advocated idea that t negro la. in the molasses } vv horn w e SIl\Y'. '
ter new daa en. The Lenkmen built ihern experience a most marvellous ways deliverance you with the strong arm of iho Federal Government 8aYinp in wear and tear of vva;:ons and hor.ses. bur is baser calculate.! for the mines than hogshead, jot safely out! after. \
a litl1e or getting a good Jicl\il1 "
KOUUlb cart i and gave them a horse, as Madam will have to mourn over a debated, and ruined} -that Government which the industry .Nothing is plainer than that men pur. any other ; and the Southern members are -\-. :
worn nut "J' and commerce of the south sue (heir interest, and planters are just as anu'ou: to have Stale out f ihe lower It .
suferr! anxiety, prh'alions. and son 'fbou.aads hive realized the tad results support. How <> pail Billy Larkins who l is what may be denomtnatrda r
nto"s wu a l"n h J wi1JV bear quick to discover their interest as other of California South cf86-iO'. I 'heard .
road, bad ?ero able to walk "rhe and have gone mourning to the grave. nig patiently these oppres- any : a 1I1)rptir.fr rh'I> r l'h'r"oncrshook. *' ,'
now become almost stn P assn ble, Precisely, that is the right way to ruin a lions i rlutu I t of ,men. A roar! ,to Tulbotton would+ genllem-ln from the mines remaik. that with hands with Gen. Jack-on.. /"Awf,1' : : -:**,. I" 'fBlIy
aarrow 'S.'JII $
t&tns and slippery on the aides ol'the mOlm. i son Every body knows it, for it is an every An Irish Judge said, when concentrate' at that point 20,000 bales, of cot.i lour }good negro; lands he co,l IIf l have "managed ; MIgul him a ease fJr '\"itp. at J hoot : ; ,
; one false addressing a and a'branch it \
the .
k Iep I Ion, from tn VaymanvilleFailory them comfbrtibtvvvorknJ! i. .
them would have p1ulI"ecJ I day observation. No one need go astray wh-i- prisoner convicted af Murder' You to to keep none I'ime ; 'nays I I.: (;..Iwilaf't"' efeclcd' 'f virh ,"ltJ Ok '
.dO\\'D into are would
LA "nh Ie!; alowa!an almubt. Lottornlt'lil aL) ss ; wishes to accomplish such an object ; there be hanged, and I hope 'twill; be a warning to 15 00 bales concrnlraic Can, ,theta } :)000'dutha to himself, except the oversight and management, "pe" you 1"1 take care'of: cnnMfluuon( ; !"" OJ f.
>J m their rear Iud ii si h the more. any .man utt and mai&( 150,000 200,000rdollars in t the M
: are examples along path of life. Sayg hp-nrirrj: ; ;aud C.be"ou'l; uq" ,
you the planters would not gUJIy the i 1 idle last mon'hs! Qalifornf .', ,: : ) :
pay eighteen c ) i in:; ,tare nf!, w.j't: Jf' 'yw '. *- T', ;"r-t-*[ t' ", .. ,

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J1as Me /&\ *:M Enquirtr. Itll world, by putting to peril our sacred Union. :fjc loribian- fe journal. Disruption arid.Dissolution of Parties. Tho Ultras Increasing. By Telegraph.: -!''-'- z _.f

The CompromlM. motives of rapine :and oppression among ; We lIke I life' following paragraph from the The Athens (Ga.) Hunner, one of the Iwo : WASUINOTO.VMay CO. 9 \ .
This likr the lar' ,4 ill the weaker Who ,. r.Ih'
a deep par.it 'w'
compromise Iron rr upon Columbus G i. That edited Southern: Democratic papers" on our exchange juid t r.nc': |Ir'lm, '
dc! '
..efl from which every man dfaweth acror.'. ran consent that of States shall be torn R. B. HILTON &/C.-E DYKE/ ( ) Times. paper, :&lhl, ; r ;...
friend Col. '
Ins to the troogtb of hi* \lndtnt t1.liDg." It fiom the rest, by parts compromhe to build pint.f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. by John Fortjth, Eq., son of the late distintinguished l list which opposed 1 the Nashville Convention nt half past' 8 EL i,?clKk."t'ORr.. lie IJrl"alht"tll.\ %.

lrquirw to be read and to S well lfuit f'rt'd. >rms fir Presidential a"|,irants, "r to satiate ==-:--=-== := -- Senator, bus established for itself and which hates xery thing altal! allied, J loihe '

A fcx" days *X'S when borne down with' authority I 'h. morbid appetite of those who wish to clevate. Saturday, June 8, )5O. character not only as one of the ablest, but t political sentiments of South Carolina ait < The WASIUNOTOV F. II. Slay Hrt I 9 I'/: .', i

(rom a 1 quarter in favor; of the whl'lempr.'tnis : the African negro to the halls of Anglo. _- ..._ __. --__-.___ ._. _- _" _- .- __._ also as one of the most thorough-going Democratic i t does' rattlesnake!, is yet not quite prepared about, 6 Hon.o'clock. I His CLMORE J !I' iMpirrd. i l..v: '" t I'
-- -- death: ,
without il American i ? Who is "
reading or considering: I legislation willing to .
put t lo swalloxx- ihe
EULOGY UPON MR. ofthn Compromise. The secret, \>e i in I the bVnale fo-day / "Jlf.ignp :
CAtKOUN South. What
party : are Hl 1-J if'dueI! !
papers I
with; reference to mips, we mado aorn" ha-tJ to hazard: the happiness and safety of seventeen I il df f,,." \
. remarks U"u it in connexion with California millions of free white people, for the vain hnpe Will be delivered, pursuant ippointmcnt nl, we to think when iho columns of nucli a print suspect, i 14, it dures not. The feeling among 1 ; Senator Huf" 'er, who deirpred.ar! : fa'.'' '

*,nJ the territories, but entirely under th,* be. of 1 "bna'ing threo milnt of negroes, who. by Judge A. L. Wo Dxv.\no, atthe Metho.! contain :articles! like'that.xvhich we extract be- t the Democrats Goorgia i is too unmistakable.The. quenl He eulogy_ ;; on the chir:icier of ih..d-ro: V !I

lief that its proxisiuns wore altogether different for the m.nl'pul, are unft to be free in any dist Church in this city, to-diy: A'pro'fcr-sMon, low ? It would seem to 'indicate that there Banner moreover, trembles for ton consequence sfer xva of flilliixved Mas"acfHH by Hunter, of Virginv"! ; :" I
from what in truth We We the minded. -t Divi. "ffi'si; ;..
they arc. stipp'udthat c Minlry appeal right "ill be formed at the Capitol[ $q'iac ai; 10j an men in the South-devoted political. .pnrlizans to ihe. Democralic-party of the pas- : and I'Ytifee, of FtOTiJa'w \
? part of Trias proposed ln given fir well meaning people of th<* North, to take ap'prDpriVtVS
up ( o'clock, this morning and proceed, by of -xvho are ready! to bury old division s age of this bill. Read the following,, under I h lutioiu of t respect for ih" J"c.-a'aIl,1 '
territorial purpoies, consisted of tome a-peri. Jips! will in, for the protection of those rights, xvay I | t- '
lies on h. "r Northern b-mndarie*. extending which pertain to all th. States in common. Monroe and McCarty street, to the Courch. and blot our old names in view of present date May! 30 : !I tl'ilence with the rpIiu vPII. were iinaninr;

beyond 99 dt'g.30( tnu.. the Missouri cum.promi. Abolition cannot be admitted' ; and this' whole The following: will he tfce order of procession dangers and in anticipation of future/evils.! 14 I It, is our firm belief upon a deliberate gur. adopted and the S-nate adjourned.

.. line.. The *pe.ch of Mr.I Smile and question' of destroying Southern rights and : The editor, it appears( is rejoicing Itt the prospect : vey of the xvhole ground. that the interest of The FimenlK 's ill ':.k. nT". I( rnorr\, :;

others began to wake us up, when a judicinu -rp? ; ling Southern power, comes at last to this t the Democratic! party and of the Uiron! require ( Mr- Robert (G. .:
Committee IIr of a'speedy dissolution and abolition of / dct: >'t, of I hi-
and distinguished friend f.*i retted out the line* .. SIr-21"rrIIA'Jtion' Every ran, North Arraigements.Military. t that: California should' be bounded by 303 ;:.1)',:
reference parties, in the South ; and does not disgui; ::10'. Wiihinit this is done. I, l prominent Democrats of the Sate: of V .
>jr, to the h"1 t mips, and found that. \J 8.)11 knw, xvill-and it does w* fear xve shah I <:
Instead trimming Texas d',xvn to the firmer not become any one to conceal it. It. i is not Mayor and Common Council of the City ol the delight with which lie welcomes tin never 'have, another National; Convention for I ia, a delegate to t th) ,, Nashville Cnrfiom .., .7..

compromise, the brvmdary come four and a to thl' interest' of iho North. that three milon" Tall aim Me?. good time coming" when those xvhose feelings t ihe nomination: of President and Vice Pu" i- : the Richmond, D.strict was pre> .,:
half latitude South of that) line that of &h" ild be turned dent. The partha of late, "been .
decrees : ( negroes > out upon cnm.OtUI. Members of the Legislature. and interests are one and the same, ohall much diM.I f urn attending t by indispoiiiion. II. ".
I In from 361 j to 32,) and s'x degrees <>f longitude) The British h\\p: tried the experiment I Iraded-and: il is ""tlnn much lo say: that lh' written Irtter the
Etit of,ihe Western boundary' of Tcxai, from I upon their Wt-st I India plantations!, to t their State Officers. joined under a common 'banner in contending ultra.: .vinjr of the parly !has received alarming a on subject, and in if -.

SO deg. to 23 d ,g. West of Washing'on, being .. II al'l content. The SUllher States cannot: Justices nf the Supreme Cotrt. ; for a common cause. There can be no :adilitions from t the ranks of (the, more moderateportion. to, Mr. Clay's Compromise in which the iit i-- .

from JOG t" 100 West of f Greenwich ; thus admit it, it they xvould.' They must, Ihey will Governor of the State.' doubt' that he speaks the sentiments( of thnus. Something must he done to arreel l I i condemned.xih. : much earnestness: !H

taking from( Texas about" ? 140,000 square miles rcfist. it. ., at al l, :urdl, and to thf last ex41 Ex-dox'ernorsof the Slate ands of Southern me'n-of men who fl'cl.IJat. this dwctumrd tendency of things ;" and xve feeling. We extract thd concluding p1r.

1 more than twice the size of Virginia) now ; 1rmi1." Reverend we're xvasting in fhiitleiwand /,110of nothing imperiously demanded, by graph :
actually! slave territory. To our surprise, --- Clergy. comparatively the present juncture. to produce this effect, as
everybody! here aeenvd tc he equally ignorant I. A it is. Orator. unimportant conflicts with our neighbors and the modification have proposed." intelligent friend from California cyesrerd.y pd;}

of this t'vm.liii' fief nrhv i ourselves. I'r is ,but! a few days, since t the I illu tri wing party: sent in th'it distant
on : I land
Ootmiitlei*. of Tlirte might' j-ist as 6 ( Washington'. ; -the man so much I employed, against rent opponents in a struggle has received alarming additions. from the rank I I lie-ir .that Soinh California if, and|Jell fiorn .h.r... I 1xv
t h
*fell have proposed taking the two Congres- vaunted 'for his honesty, firmness, and courage The will be thin ordrrof touching a \'itlnd: momentous i issue. ) |'f
folloxving H
in exercises of the mire; moderate portion." In the estimation i ask ti> come in rn n separate' ShIp. ".- I
ional ( th.' through .
Virginia, bordering on
ch'iltfiniuu'dprncamAlion at the Church For the present, xve hive nothing to sUvery.Vhy """lIftl not ihe Smut
: *
say ofrflilS I writer ; to ,*
the doubtless
f all Try
Ohio Rirrr, as to Lav* demanded! this tei p1. cuJ'lnls .tilnal enccr, to Dem-icruts
Ih efi'-ct thnt the Cabinet !hall stand 1. I'ra E'r. 2. Music. 3. Oraliui. : this mailer.: Should there not. however who For myself ail.r Ibn t best f COIIlitf..rlIiun; ,
lory from Texas. The Virginia districts \\uI11.11 1 as// I,I 4. Mu. upon signed the Southern( Adtln'ss-wb" hold I 1\
rnv@ry! peciabe! Sinte., or u haud*'lnl' j jlegvy t! is.*' Thi,, however, xva: !not done until he hull sic. !. Benediction. -which, we cfufesIft d.i nut anticipate the cause; of the South 10 j 'been mudu ab! j 'to in give. to .the deeplj impuria-.' ,.
paramount parl 4j.5 reti-rence thf
I I.) Pennsylvania or Ohio. and a fine I unc'vHitiomlly surrendered to his Cabinet, j Haley: T. Blockcr, Esq., i is appointed Marshal j IlJe, nl t an early day, i-ome arrangement which schemf-s and party t triumphs-are ultra.c. [ He i| people! i>f u ihe South I can to rights a.f -,
1 their order, hi perceive n" oi '
1ht; f.)r abolition) cxcih m"lIt. There would ; .l by dismissed personal andcotiti'h'nti.tl I -r
of the promivn safety to the South, xve shill; feel it >.i, fair and
Day.By is alarmed he ju : honorable .
Editor of the us well be, and all others | g uimd which th.
'be no difficulty, in pa) ing the pricw of indemnity I Republic who sought! I I may
if that xx.Mil.l tlT-ct the ohi. t. Con.frreis to save him and his patty from the ruin and older of theCwnmittrc Jour duty to speak out most emphatically who would forget tt hat is due to the South in I ;j'I can occupy, ihan lo insist on the qgih. 0':.

his preriscly a* much right to b-iy tip apArt I degradation( which are SUM to come upon both of Arrangements. I unequivocally : their zeal for the' success of Presidential gree 30 minutes uf North latitude. as the inr

VirfiMiia! I ior tbt1l< n-irposes of abolition, by the conduct of the Calilr sccnrinir Federal offices. aspirants point ,to North xh jrh they u ill recede. L"l the ter.
u: a part of T f4 KRS.We : derri'o i it. t that the Cabinet, shall I stand; as it I Virginia and the Compronise. Confusion reigns at the scat of govenim'-nt. I neither' beast or of it, be soafenle ih.t.
are now satMl. thit the N. Y. Herald i is." Yet, in the' very face of lhi< autocratic Old crumbling ; the TJI.\ Ks.-Our th-inks: are duti to .Messrs. nor man can live xvithni. its
Mr. Mason of the Senators paities are away; ; Whig l lrdits .
I one Virginia, we x\il! tl1kH and abid bv i...
It right, xvLen it : that the Missouri Compromise mandate: ; we venture to predict tint the Cab- I A Koxxles ThiXX.HH
is The cabinet Berry : I for of
hu |111,1
sayn has condemned, t the part disintegrated. : i I a present' one of I:>an, 4 the Mi .ouri compromise' lint .
lift xvill riot long stand ** as it is. On the propo'led@cht"me."srs. -c ')!'
extended to the Pacific Ureait
is t1true I Ilhe confidence of its party and) (;t"n. Ti1JlorI & Sxuft's celebrated! uhi.'e I
line xvhich All it xvill be pulled down I by the Whig Clay, Foote & Co. ; and no one .doubts but I Sngir-eured H-IIH.*. ac it xva most rroi) -oii' .ly cal.d-tpt. ..'
upon to compromise. contrarj so hr l-il\es: the s Id-1! of the cabinas! to ilis- ih '
!compaui'd $ :it le MO-:and \ i ? j
I by > dy
parties will know their rihts at once. .Adopt\ party a measure of self.de1nce-iideed, Mr. Hunter, his colleague, i is equaljt opposed miss his trid frhndf Ii'. Bnllilt, of iho Re. I j jj a Lagrange" Beef Tongue.. abfH all. roinprornift more |RU)
/ I f .
ufiy i\'t that hicti ,
this atii J it sU-ns the door in the lac-* of lis- the only 'hope i has of !taring itself from utterprostration toil. in another column will bn found an: j jarticl" I public"-the editor of his ch< :.pn or:-iu and a j! nicely) picklfd. From an nU\"f.J'rrloe"lIJt"rtln to. have ? \\"hJ surrender: ,1:1' we u1! v
union and reiiun xvhere. While and dissolution. This event will II i! (daxN : it will! be that I' one lragin IJfTt'Jit
;; every I of the Richmond I' man x\h i did more to rnnk him President ptper s-en tries? gentlemen when hive '
t take Enquirer, repudiating x\e ni11t >lu> ail of bl'r.1 \\ j
Congress can impose no binding conditions place in spite of the late Presidential (or than ill 'his cabinet' ",
: have
I' [ put tlJ l't'r. Th* ad. pT'"rt.UlUI,e of the same sort l I..fi i t-iki: '4 hlckw.lnL."
it for its manifold eviU. one step, Iron the
tblt of government for Cnl.for- I nlher Cabinet) d crfeIrd; the friends of : we give some I jJr'U aud
principles ministration i is .
upon as completely x\iihnut { and
nil, yd that t 'body can fix her boundary,] limits.It Gen. Taylor, after, \\"itnr ting liis'uncor.dition- extracts from the Richmond Whg {(of the I j as that of Mr. Tler t"'er"as.. The a I)"j-aity-mo. j; from our experience[ (.f the sample! sut( t could frank; concessions to.'HI 1 of Mr. Wrl.stfr I ,\i'li| I II

probably be b.,st; as California has ta. ill and humilitailin: surrender to biA Cabinet date in hich the i;11J?, xvrcHti rccornm-nd them to those fond of I I I : concessions consistent. wjUj io
may j s\ t Enquirer's article al| !E' net.,) II: t.'ralic party i is in a condition uf distraction ;ilj I. \'ul?tCS of Norlheril St tCiifu ? IJf
ken a territory belonging! to the Government, will bo compelled to endure I the additional i' 1'orvJ thing, as Ieiu'g all! they arc cracked 'I gjitp u.
O'd Father ,
in which ar! to he found !aomir'oflhft. tfhtec.' nut as {grr'at. HilrJi"h{ : in hi* ur'I four stve! Stales from 'JVxat. \ ,
j r
Now.y ih,
enough fa.r't rtl States, to adhcii! t to mortification of his absolute surrender to the I j to lad!
Jarg leaders of the The t lions to the scheme which xve. haxe addrt'ssed ; anxiety to pirsorve its National OI g-s UZZ.it ofl. j I bill! fit: }i is rmiruated; J, amilnn' >he di IafjI |j jf
truth is he
thc Mii 'iri anJ her Whig party. ,
Cj'npioTiiiC bring IhH
; ) fir from the} State
: so strnyed: Right truck .j l",'rt'"II'ra-k
Southern} bound.iry lot hat line. It xvould! fill! has no conception of the duties and responsibilities to our readers. We quote' the fallowing remarks -I thai the Southern: Democrat in and out of Con.Kress j! NEW Mouu or:RLCCLATINR THE PRKSS.. j jj 1 f ion r>f her .lerriforv.to come.. she tn, uuh be tilt told; new Ifirii.

about; Monterey on the Pacific, giving to the of his high position, and therefore allows I : I have: taken the alarm. and censed) lo trustI'aper |j I The New York Herald of the 19lh ull. says :: sold out right. and may you hare

3-iuthern States a front of four degrees, audio I I himself to I be knocked about like a shuttlecock I 14 The senior editor has been absent from I j! 'his as the} organ fifSou'hcrn Democratic j: One of the most rpmarkable! incidents, and I t h your a' came in under you the are anneiaii-m no fongrr ti''Ie.ra.c .

t Northern txvelve-three to onel I The between: the contending factions of hisnn j his po-t for several tt (,'k". During his ab-1'{I OflflhiiflS. At the moment '5 t. xvpre u''xprimi i i perhaps unique in .the history of this country, /uti.n (!f b4J.: Bin I "uil IWrt" P4tl1. resoprcserxc (;,,
Never .
North would all tho best of the mining and ptrly. 'xva a President so humil.I !!
I the '
get I sence, discussion of ihe sla'efqlJetioll I ing this district here, .19 Southern Democrats: and! ihi.
fanning as well a' the good harbors.The'propojition I iated and humbled' find never had a nation has in interest and in is the recent ;attempt of the cabinet' through. protect : country Fllnar.n
country I : Congress uniting with number of' .
grown intensi'y. The' :I were a and political I xvir *-xvorlec9. strire r aiifie t,.ilfstroy
of the! committee of thirteen, I I surh} cause for duippnintment and mortifies- committee thirteen 'has made its report, and'. Southern Whig members in the p rabf, hm.>ntf : the action of the Prr&ident: of lh United or muVrinine the stork of
besides invading the Missouri compromise I tion UK this nation has, under the present week I I I animated: by an earnest desire to see the dis. I II |I i "f>f a Southern, paper, which should be the meIdinni I States, lo( put down the independence of a Iher;; May the (tricks of the Ollt'our,great and the

directly violates the solemn resolves of nearl: I ineificient, and corrupt d'flasly.Hashing.. gusting subject settled forever, :;! of Southern and defend at and i
on any terms opinion Southern : newspaper Washington, lo regulate! the open assaults! of I lit? other, ii.cet with df& f.
all the SCther States in regard to the aboli.lion ton Union. --------.- I compatible with tl.u honor of the country, ht' !;!! rights and institutions before the tribunal j j'of press solely according to their will and pleas- and the stern condemnation of an iVellirntpeople '
sUxery sod the slave trade in the Dis.tricl was prepared to receive with. partialil the !'! the public opinion of the world. All the'' : po
re. arrest them iu their
Prospects of Cn> >s. -We have learned I ure. We han nex-er in the destructivecarver.
j I seen,
of Columbia! and the States, and of interfering suit of! the committee's yet history
labors of
from a gentleman residing in this who whatever} it t j MHIJS the limes portend the creation of a I .
xvilh the rights of Iln'loldlr therein i ,ha* just returned from a visit to several of the might be. What modifications it may undergo ;j Southern pirty forlhe defence of 14 IntJt"'pC'nrl'l of the government such an open and p.ilpab'e: : : r I rc-rnIn your frie nrl, very tnify

If the Southern States jield lo compromise, eastern counties of Mississippi, that tho for it is Mill pending in the Senate, we ,j enl Stiles and the prosperity. and \ their(, I violation of the' independence and liberty of(the UOBKIIT: ; (;'. SCOTT.fh .

it xtill be such a .backing out a no \ rgini:1Iii : pccts of(he planters and farmers of thai region pros. I cannot foresee ; but in its present form, it conj citizens. A good time is CO1TIIIi. The in. j j press ; and xve are astonished that i it could

months ago ever expected to see. What have never been xvorse. lie was a planter I j talus provisions, which render it impossible "II}' of party, which has uoxvn-ridden liie; 1-ave b"i-n coolly perpetrated by General Tay. Cr(; ** .NVw Yoik T'i ibnnt express1. itsit .

guarantee shall we have: that our Stales will in ean Mississippi for thirty years, but is now 1( that we slioul: become partisan in favor of'i i iI i ij South lite a nightmare, is about lo be lif'ed : lor, with! or xvi.hout; his cabinet.) Two pdi- q'tile: significantly-: relation to the Coin-
not be put: up} in I ha public market Washiagton engaged in other business.' lie was there.fire j''ils adoption. In the first place, it concedes '! up and the mind.; and pni-ryies of our people j!I promise. It is inclined lo favor I the sCheme,

and be partitioned off to tuit purcha. ; while on his visit, the better able t II'< viexv j j j I the right of Congress to pans the Wilmot Pro. 'j JI i disenthralled}' from: jaundiced( prepares! will }'j bra have been expelled from a newspaper, f.t ,l,ci' COOK 1... ;. nlll; Arc it -ftii.ii:
sets, anJ sold for the best price And who j I \.ial1. It u true, it doc not exerc.e ihe right i lie tree to oomhit error ami ilrfcnrthr\ great ]uivrrijr Because they cia not narrn mlze: In l"'HI'UII

can It2)thts hind of the hordts of aggressors the lie informs scene aro-ind us: that him on the with upland an impartial, the corn eye.and j 1 i -but it asserts it and keeps it suspended' orer j t I principles of jmti f', equality and indp'prn'deuce. ,I i i feeling with the cabinet: and a nnxv one has II Texas from Glax-er.. "

if yield inch to the demands of in. I: t the country, ready to be adopted, wlene\'cr a We hail the brightening prosp-rr (
onct a cotton plants xvcro literally washed away, appointed ;making an exhibition of &-Tn1"COil 31'seuiger, (Whi!.) i is
justice ? No one I no one I inHJoriiy in Congress may I be so disposed. In with delight.! We see opening to our mind. I[ '
xvhilq! the lo and flat lands .* all underwater ; the I down the
xv similar
re l poA'er over press to that which ex. j upon Washington; Republic[ and the
this unterrified Commonwealth the the realization of ihe
Fifty ye-irs ago, : ; t second place, it transfers: 125 millions ofacies only hope IIf Southern '
single handed and alone unfurled the have, and abandoned(the crops all drowned.of Many cofon plant.j I' of territory now open to slavery, from salvation from the snares which party bigotry 1 I i 'i ists only in Berlin, Vienna, or Sr. Petersburg. Piesidt-nl. It says :

banner of resistance to the unconstitutional ers hope a crop Texas to New Mexico, subject! lo be converted, I and religions fanaticism were preparing t tor it. : No xvher' else in the brotd United States, (bur I 44 We have n-iticed. n'.t xvithotjf deep regret,
hrge of their lands and
enactments of Congress, and inscribed upon i 1 upon them portions in Mobile 24th are and probably; will he conveiteJ, into. free ter. I, The people will ri>e up to arrest their rights.& 'i i i in Wa3lunglon--in thit dirty, mean, corru| tj I .the ,piaition. assumed by the \,,WHhingfi Republic .
putting corn Register,
a determined adherence to the Union, to ritory. And for thus converting slave into I I The South "ill yet be regenerated. den i j showy, n rep:1.le! cheiting: gentlemanly, I under it. new edi'orial supervision..
Constitution, to the rights of the Slates, and to inst.The free territory, an unknown sum not lcs than I i brahled" and free, and the Southern State.* !!t' I That: paper formally anii-mnces thai the IVs
the rights of the people. She was seconded ill Tullahatchic( Grenada and(Mm the) Republican' : says counties that' ten and may be Ixventy.five million, is to be 'j the pmud eqiia's' of the proudest sister* of the ('genteel, shabby, and humbugging' metrop. dent is Mill in fivor of his original plan ; and

by Kentucky. One after another her sister the (for the' neighboring and cotton appropriated out of the. public treasury. Tnis.j. confederacy. Such' a revolution! of old parties I I I''olis-could such an act of intimidation be I by implication, that ht is opposed :.) .the pro.

Stales: condemned and censured her, denouncing prospect corn crops is rather' more than xve are xvillin; lo accede i ilo could alone save us, and such revolution i is |perpetrated" toxxards the independence and I posed adjustment (presented by the committee

her course a leading to disunion. She were very gloomy. t while there is any other alternative left.- at hand.: Roll it on, and on, until it shall have j j l liberty of the pres as that presented to u.* in thirteen. .
maintained her posit ion, and called back rm into The Crops.-It is now, thc day we write the t Being thus by natural or political causes debarred achieved its highrst mi sion. : The plan of .the Admini-.lrition was pro.
the trt principles of the Constitution, and 23J of May, at which date cotton is usually In*. from any substantial! participation of I the !banishment of Hullit and Bragger, aol] in posed in December !.tst. Ir met the nppr I>.

saved the Union, She will do her duty again: sinning ''o bloom and corn about xvaist high. t tAt the Mexican acquisitions. we think it is asking S The best we can Get." I the substitution in their places of a talented lion, so far as we know,. of.no Southern man

lithe present compiomlsc be staved olFiill (he present, xrhiUt the most forward and prom. too much lo demand that xve shall surrender apart The foll.m ing scathing rebuke of .Mr. Clemens stick limber' from i he: Trcavirv Department.he entitled to reject, or who. frompositiyp,

people! can recover from the false security into i ining c"/Uotl in this section i.. xve understand of Texas, now confessedly open lo slavery, ; (says the Georgia Telegraph! ) to the doc. : r- 1I..u. \% alher Anderson Hon. could! }be expected to exert an infliwnce upon
which they have been lulled by clamorert not more than 3 or 4 iiicb(s high nvsch! of it and in addition to this, pay nameless millions the popular! mind. It khl.) liierally. still bon.
trine of those who insist that the South ;
against the necessity of the Nashville Convenlion. barely up, and several planter*, as they ,uhF' j I for a surrender, xve u3 !!nt xviah! to inaKe. W,\ II ought 'j Jordan, C. P. Knapp, and Aaron: Hcndix, It hid no fiiends. either in the S.naleortbo

Staving off xvill probably be better fin day informed us, are engaged this week in must be driven to greater extremities. than U't to accept I the I compromise.. J becan it is t the j E'q'rs., have been appointed Delegates from House, and hail passed: almost! <>ui of the public -

the present than a rejection. Tbc' bringing replanting. Nor is the corn looking much if are yet conscious of before we can accede.40} I I best xve. can grl," is so painful and Iru'lifjl: j! Escambh County to the Democratic Slate: mind, \\ben the report of the commutes \\'As

in of California! as she. is, or her rejection al: any better.( In place of its being waist high this, proposition, much less earnestly aurocaU1 'hat t we cannot: forego making a brief eUr.'ict I CII\E'I1ti on. presented. > f

together, xvould produce :an :alarming state: ofaffurs. I :ss is ordinarily! the case at this date on good its adoption. We infinitely' prefer Iht* plan I from that portion of his speech in relation to s

lands, it will probably average now on ,the 'I suggested by Gen. Taylor, which exacts no the of surrender either A Troop of Galphins.The Gen. Taylor entered upon his ofi-jnal duties
In a few weeks the xiexrs of the Nashville ame land 10 or inches. such surrender as (this, and does ii"tvevcn: by plans conditional orunconditiunal. \\.ahillglilu Union makes a catalogue. xvith the distinct untf.rsrantling! that lie would

Convention may he known, when, in nil pro. [Greensboro' (Ala) Beacon. implication: admit the right of Congress lo,enact His remaiKs were made in of the claims refused by t former Cabinets and F limit his interference with Congress to wicb

Lability, it xvill lead to the convening of most I The Cutlon on tied Ricer.-There is no the Wilmot Proviso. reply to Mr. Foote. Here are his words : I the These r 'comln-".)datiun! only, as were rendered iaj -

of the Legislatures of the South, in order to p I danger uf an overflow, but most t of the planters 41 Many persons, carried away by the imposing 44 A few more xvords Mr. President, and I granted 44 The by f'tancia present.Claim are : j I, cnrnbent' by .the Contitntiou.. When} he presented .

take intu consideration the mode and manner have p'anted three times in consequence name (if' compromise,' and earnestly de. am done. I am told I ought to take (his bill originating 1310!( his Menage in December' !la$f. there

cf redress, in case Coiv. rem shall p"s any of the cold long continued rains. Cotton siring a final settlement of the subject' have because it is the best I can get. Sir, I do not rotten in the beginning, and refused by every tore. hA fulfilled! his pledge lo .the fullest eirtent.

act in violation (little Constitution, or I the sol- ,blooms ;in the last of May or first of June, but brought themselves to favor the Senate's I know that ; but if I did, the same argument administration: since-by Clay in 192i.( among I He ought to have entrusted' the further

cmn resolves and compromises heretofore this year the planters are now cmping.The .- scheme, wilhout adverting to these objectionable might be urged xvith equal force in favor of unconditional others-now it i is paid-principal $12775, settlement ur the question to Congrl'u.-

made. Or, pt'rbaps.th'. Convention may sug- plant is nix weeks behind the time.- features, or attaching to them their due submission! any wrong ever perpetrated with bout 840000.interest for 50 Jeans, at six per cent., a- When* then, the propriety of the announce.

grit some new compromise, to he rubmifled I The catlerpillar late in September even will weight. Reflection. and examination will I by the s'rong' upon the xveak. Good 44 ment ride: seini-ofticially in I iht Rmhlk.lh.at
The Benson Claim. less than
to the States South, far their consideration and I prove most dilla.strolls.-\r. O. Crescent City. open their eyes. The. South can do better God sir, has it come lo this : that an American ten years the President still adhered J to his orijjintl
ratification an Stales ; which could then come than to take this propel" Senator is to ask himself not whether! a old, rejected by Ter) and the other administrations plan admitting Calilornta, and (leaving th.

b.fore Congre! with a weight calculated lo; Slaveholders in the Territories.. When it is known that both her Senators I measure is unjust, iniquitous and oppressive, (ted. allowed and J paid. Amount not sta territories under a military. government ? The.

command ihe respect and sanction of all parties We will suppose( a miserable slaveholder hut whether it is the best he can do ?-not obj-ct i.fthe announcement- have: beii. *
and quiet the alarms of the people. But t is in the territory. Can he hold his slaves and (the controlling organs of both parties of I whether he will consent to wear chains at all, The Barron Claim, 840,000, refused I t lo defeat the Compromise proposed by Mr.{

anyone who supposes that Ibo Southern people according to these compromises No. Is the Slate have taken a stand against this I but whether the links are lobe round or square?; by former under adininitrations-granted by this- Clay' and his friends. That pan being mora

and their Legislatures will take back all I not the lerrtiory his ou-lllan,1 in part ? Y ps. scheme, little room is left for doubt that.the not xxhethe.r he will bare his shoulder. the now 44 The investigation: of Congress. favorable! to ihe South. Ihan the President';

their solemn! rcsIJlvt deliberately made, and I Arc not his slaves recognized to be propertyby public sentiment Virginia will be found,arrayed lash, but what 1 is to be the color of the cowhide sold ihe Menominee Ewing Cltlirn"-S7i.OOO Indians for goods we are forced ts> ,conclnson.. lhat.the Re.public *

see their rights rudely trampled upon, and I the constitution 7 Yes. What then is the against it. ,. with which (hey are inflicted I Sir, xvhen I II and Mr. 'tledil-under refused by Got has deliberately! aMmned a position of

themselves insulted, will find himself mistaken. matter ? His rights are bloxved up by an old consent ask mtidfsuch question*, I hope Marry" The Alabama investigation. hostility lo the Southern Stateft. .

That there are some who' would glory in such Mexican law But was not that Mowed up A New the walls of this Capitol will fall upon me and Claim"-$0.00O, resuscilated Most sincerely do- we trnst that the statement .
Bishop. :Meredith
humiliation there i no doubt ; but they arc by the constitution after annexation ? No. crush me. When I stop to inquire into the by paid by him. of that paper may have been nwd: &
few. Cannot the glorious flag of stripes and stars On the 6th ultimo, Rev. II. B. Bascom xvas degree of oppression rather than the fact, I 44 The Allen Claim"- only $:,500 paid to without. authority. Il fllh..r'\'isl'.tlle Admin-1]

not for us to dictate what should be done. floating over ihe territory, equally protect ihe elected a Bishop of the Methodist Church, shall feel that degradation has reached its' low. J. W. Allen, (Cleveland, tor two months Iration cannot hope fir auiv.cotshlerahte.; I UP*
I hopes were so much elated at the idea ofa properly of the citizen of the South as the cit. South, and ordained at St. Louis on the est deep,.und existence "j is but the privilege to services Lake collecting reuls of mineral lands in port in the Southern Suites.. As to tte tWO

fair, honorable, and satisfactory compromise' tzensoflhe North 1 No. Are they equals 12th.Ve quote from the Southern Chris. be infamous." These Superior., with the plans! there is no comparison. The President's

that xve wee almost beguiled into an approval I under the constitution ? Yes. Why can't han Advocate a brief account of tho ordination The heart of the South throbs responsive to amount in the Mammoth Galphin' included plan is wholly inadequate lo the ell'*
U the abolition then ? Because aggregate to a million of of the The Committee's plan
of Ibe whole tchemc. of the Ihey be equally protected aruthlessanaicwm gences country.
A 'follows such sentiments, and never will her sons dollars
as f consent paid by Cabinet! officers without xvar-
slave trade in ihe District, which il has always and the tyrant/ of/ a major. I may serve the ;purpose, though perhaps not :
been understo"&to bo the death knel of t i/y say to the descendants Southern rex'olu.tionary After a sermon by the Bishop eject,. .on to pay tribute, when the argument of rant or authority. of laxx'. as perfect as .it might be." j
.* hold the and Glorying in the Cross, Gal. vi. 14; Bishop 1 might is used to hulxveigh '.. .
sires w
the Union t 1 heavily upon our ears ex. xve scep're yen All the 4 Invaders" to be Arrested.A L What a glorious administration n* :
cited distrust. And now, examination of shall how.llh deferenc e and submission to Andrew proceeded with the ordination scr- ;
upon oA letter in the New-York despatch! from Washington, dated have at Washington IIoxv potent in influence
the facts in Texas and California, (be terms dictated by our authority and will." vice by reading the collect. Bia.hopapers Washington on Monday
r.rr..rcalo read the Epistle and Paine the Journal Commerce I hst to the Baltimore Sun How !fnvahnhle! in its. service to th iJ
those compromise are foundto This may be all right and may be agreed toby Bishop Gos. of says : Gen. Camp. I says :-

be clear and undoubted violations of the the chivalrous sons of the South, bul it will pel. The Bishop elect xvas presented bell, U, S. Consul at Havana, has repeatedly 44 At an informal Cabinet meeting last night, South Who proposes old Zick for anolier.

upon which ihe Soulhl.nclJledged. take a head which curls with more sense John Early of the Virginia.Conference, and informed this Government that an animated discussion occurred about the Cuban term 1 Don't all speak at once.
principles any expedilionaIYainlt"
We, therefore, that not yet e than ours to see into il.-Augusta Republic- Lovick Pierce of the Georgia: Conference. would affair.-
hope Cuba Official adviceshave
to make a solemn appeal to those who lovo I Bishop Andrew proceeded with tho service. e Orders were dispatched lo arrest all persons LONGKVITY,-A negro woman diesj a levt
her loveliness and I YJlat Guaranties are HfoiA. The (he end of the piayer preceding the impost' been. jived, showing that the numberof connected xvith the expedition
the Union for the sake of Paper 'U soon as days ago at NOrhlk:1.., at the agofI23.
not f r mischief. What xvill she be worth manifold and xvonderous advantages lo arise lion hands. The renerable senior Bishop. prisoners" taken by the, Cuban authorities, they-land upon any part of the United State. The she wifra ::ii a l j

when.violated by the rude hand of force or intiraidation 'lo the South, by the re-enactment of the pro. Soule, who was brought to the church 'in'great is 7 or,800. The Spanish Minister says the '.,Orders hav&been transmitted lo' the U." years. .. .lIiortld. sap Great \1'h 4

1 l>t all who admire that cornell visions of the Constitution for the surrender of feebleness look the lead in the, im ?. privates will be treated with clemency. ThA S. District Attorneys at Mobile and New Orleans ,. in a family ft'aiding.allh Hsl et f I

and tindefiled purity which makes. her the fugitive slaves, by the Compromise Com. sition of hands. though scarely i1etopio t to put the law of 1818 in force against the memorabje battle! was.fnuaghrtkere in 175*' 1
ness (Government feels
lovely to the nations of the earth and the just mittec, may bo judged .f from the subjoined nounce the formula. Bishops Andrew', .Capers SpirYuh! assured ufthe fidel.! Gen. Lopez, should he make his appearance in helxveen Col. Woodford's- hoops and the Bri{- ;
and Paine, together with John Early sn'd JtJLQf ri>e. native and reident population." those' cit it'l. and
adrairalion of nil people now rally to the res. extract : ish grenadiers, u der Captain rll dJct', !
her from di. Let them Tho Boston Atlas, id a furious assault Lovick Pierce, elders"united in .tbe. l ng'o.nof hich
and upon iber Fact
sare grace. lhat'time xv
cue SENATOR FROM CON. While II was at a grandni c -a t"
the bands. The Bible was presented 'by Slqvery.- u noxv ascertained xvebelieve
such amendments of the Mr. Mason's bill, : '
of says
demand Congress Andrew and the concluded oiECT CO .-The Legislature of Connecticut be :. attests her a t". She wall blind for a. number.
and such guarantees for .. We have no hesitation lo declare, thai Bishop scrvjce bjr to a fact, that a society of gentlemen D

the proposed full and compromise entire rights of the South hereafter : (he passage of a law like this would be a disgrace Bishop PdiflO.There ." have.held.five ballotliugs! for U. S. Senior, has been formed in New .York, for. the ufJ'rarlil, but recovered her wylit wlen.paatr \

will r.tor the affections of the people to the age in which we Iivi', a libel upon are now five Bishops of the .South without election.. The las resulted as fol. purpose of commencing a systematic: : attach her Jiundredih ear, so that she could! tee-l la r

to the&Union lucy love Who that loves the I Ire The Constitution, a living anathema against a ern Methodist Church viz : Soule, Caper lows : Mr. Toucey. (Demociat.) 03 ; Mr. tht' abolitionists' iMuMrative thread cambric needle, and having lost art''uhe'r '
upon publications
( republic institutions of these States, can I Republican Government, and a wanton viola- Andrew, Paine and Baecom. It. b thougtt Baldwin, (present Whig Senator) 94 ; Mr. = teeth, she cut an entire nexv set abouM". !: *':
.xvhite .
I of north. .
consent that shall be laid lion against the laws of God. It it a laID that Niles, (Free Soiler) 16 ; ,Mr CleavelamJ, : slavery all the They propose -: .' fttI.
for one moment any that Bishop Soule is too .;bifrmih, !h'calth to od (Free Soil Democrat): 0.The.. election has illustrated! 1 same time. !Slie xvas'.rcraaLkaWv.. .si> '|. r
ujuhr or unjust conditions-! ethers, or would be a bad letter in New Englandand 19 publish a .monthly: paper -' '.
CUB f n.J uarq'itl.nf?r 'M! rl: '<( I Irbcrtj rdJgbout; ,, w believe i-i mar? offh*. {roe %j'c&.'* J cfflcintKtke, I been p iponflj In a future day. with: woud rJI: t, 1",1 itn'u'tiTo'js. : tn tYehr.LJ ;,


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jLLuoiai Compromise Line. refusal of his assent : Let the Senator bring from ike Cttarlctttm Mercury. Buried Alive. OliITUAJIY. The Monticcllo Mail

'fle Utest indications from Washington forward his proposition by way of an amendment The Next Eesort The Si. louh Union; ofthe 7th. publishes In- MicconJrie; Piruitm JVo. 23. '

bdieve that if the Slavery! question -lei the yeas and nays betaken upon For the sacred pHrK| Re self-protection, I; the following story on the amhorilv of Mr. .. The death of our brother B. J. POWLL, who i.d c1:4 *? t

1 tj ui to settled it, and then it would bo seen how Southern is not only the right, but the duty ofthe South, Smiling, scion of Vincent Burial Ground on the 2fth ofApriU D. 18">0. a mimter ofthi*
Territories i is lo lie
the ,
relation to Senator would vole upon the question.Mr. 10 put forth its extremes! power under the iu lha: city Division, being formally announced to th* Division,

; frill I* ou ibe ks'' "f'ke' Missouri Com* Mason said he had no design of indicating Constitution, if that much be and Oa Frid last the W. P. John P Cole, eppointeJ brothers Furbet.Stroman. .
necessary y a funeral train arrived at and J Umdlry an a cotnnutUr to draft rc*-
miio; lin*"' W'e doubt most tcriouslyhe any proposition. He was in the minority to throw itself in the way ofthe movement of the grave jird, bearing with them for buria oution! .expressive uf the feelings of this Division on now cartW.m a FOUR HORSE COACh. 3e 4 -

tbf f *b* South will he, or should bf, satis. and a minority should never make protu the Federal Government, when its course the corpse 4"a German, who was supposed to tile melancholy event. Whereupon, the cotnrnittre, IS wilt? leave Tallahaj esay M nilij and Friday -

itb lew than .llii*. This much juMice J positions those who possesK the power.CO" tend to the establishment of a ruinous fee.tional have died rorn the effect of laudanum. It reported the following. resolutions. ,"which. were UilSn. mormnpi, at CftVl.icb; and M< nticlJn"c er 'Tue.- ,
fieJ v the of iinously') Jolted; dj, and bicrJay morning*, at S >'cl< aj equality lot her insist; upon. She made : A correspondent of the Joui n.ilof Commerce victory over principles justice appear* Ihfhian had been unwell and laboring" .I 1stZr.a/p/ J,"That this Division collectively,and Pel-oils misbine Tn tta'.VI b> lhi line, or tn tend -
sacrifice and equality on which the Union was founded.Mr. Under great pain. To ease this his each numlier individually, //Vel de plj! and sensibJr extra bwiar will aprxljirt' UeftimSi i jgiiaTha

i pott generous not to siy ruinous, writing from Washington, gives the Clay's Compiomifter without important broiher-pncured a phial laudanum, a part the loss of a friend, a bruther..a4 a warm, hearted 'er, RuOn Herring at Merrin N rorr,J p Beard

in cementing to it in 1820. Th*. North now following as the modus operandi by wh.ch the modifications, ought to ).b
ptvpoeI to set it aside, that slaxcry! may be President of the United States is made the Southern man, and if it .rccr'sve modifications', man, at d l the phial! and remainder put avyay. 2nd Reaolred.wear the-Vhat usual tie hio'irfiing merntr on of the MftcosukieDivtsiim left afm) Shore STonticellon agntt; properly> p cVsesnna labelled"wilrbdelivtred'as teriflue'rJ.tt1.> '

tzclucied from its limit* jet further .South ihand130' tool of a corrupt Cabinet. Is not this i pretty such as allow the South to accept it, the whole Alter baring"slept come time, and while the fir tLc space of thirty"Jajs, as a tvkcn nf regret at irtcled.! No other* i i terras?)vr>d. .. 4

should the Strut North will band against the plnn. and attempt the rest of thc-i mily were asleep, the sick the lout of so worthy and honorable a.brotbrr. THE CONTRACTOR.4Y .- .
: Never, nrwr con. picture for an American to! contemplate T to secure the admission California by itself man -auoke, hunted up the laudanum and 31 Kfsolred, That while we. asa fraternitv,deep SUnES,1S3'). 2-2 '

rot. Adhere to this line-make it a part of 44 There! are persons in the Cabinet who are Perhaps they will carry that measure. In drank the whole of U, which so nearly depriv.ed ly deplore 'our own los by the death of one of our u. '

Mr. Claj's Compromise-and the bill may be jealous of Mr. Clay, and who cause it to be what way, then, can the So'ilh defend itself bun of life that his relatives concluded he mot-tarm.ibVrcemdcra.we sympathies! to her whose sincerely loss is render irrepim'ne our' heartfelt the Pure Sulphate of Quinine. t
lIE subscribers ha e on hand tso nd
toltrahle ; the State of California will be thuN represented thai he. has gone over to the democracy and enforce settlement of'ihe slavery question was dcsiJ. He nas taken to the abov crave bereaved widow of our deceased brother and that a T fifty ounce) ol Sulphate of Quinine*which tJie

more reliable limits and Texas with a view to diminish his influence on (emu consistent with honor and safej j yard foi burut.'Un grave dug the cofiln low- copy of these proof-edin be tumULed her. have ob'air.ed-durci in-rr. the Cianatactnr, aid ,

confided by among the whigs Congress and in the coun 13 ? In one way alone : by stopping the Ap. i ipropriatitiii ered Ila'() it, the grave partially tilled, the 4th Resohrtl, That the above preamble and resolutions they will warrant ti Jo tie 3 superior atlicle.Ve .

remain In her iute;;rit\, what bh '* now i is, a try. There was still another potent influence bilk ; by depleting and-.farnishing | inoiirnerK started for their houses. atid the SPX- be forwarded' to the Floridian and Sentinel \ have < nlar ejl our stork of D'tvft sr.d ? tdj. .

s1ae State. And it the odious epithets of ul. excited on the Presidentthat ofthe Seward the Government; that is in the. course o1.be- i ton Iet his s-on complete the filling of the fur Attest publication.: JOHN H. S. DAVIS, R. S. ordr cines by iorarticlc-i rcrent aniVaand: oi'r: line are, at prepared wlicfesale to or eXecute re *il. .

trails, disorganizes and dUunior.is's' are to clique-which the Republic hid denounced. coming our open enemy and oppressor. The grave white i he vent In attend to another, ina Departed this life at 6 o'clock. P. M on Tues- on the mo
he employed, let them b hurled ugaititt those but which is now restored lo Executive fivor New Yoik Herald pit-seals the following picture different pin ofthe yard. Th son had d.v.theZMh ult., OSCAR F1LY.\\V, of GvNdenCounty. \ have also a-tew acconnt yet d"e to rs/or the

which ---and they hold General! Taylor to a pledge, ofihe consequences of such a mode of been engaged bdt a short time in throwing He was born in North Carolina. The deceased year 1S4& They are generally in imaUarr.ounli.

who will consent to no arrangement made through a person whom I need not name, reiistancc being adopted. In thin, as in eve. dirt inloth-e grave, vvhc-n he henrd u noise reemblm was a kind neighbor, an aifec-ionatc hjshanrl but if the whole c ilid be paid shcrtl it w uld.jrr

Joci not mutilate, insult, degrade, yes, and t'I! ;',f. Vi'ilinot pioviso (action, prior to the rUhiii,*; elese, the North rests secure in the heavy Ireathing, which appeared to and parent a humane master and good citizen. His tar towards iiqoidjtincceiliin. LEWIS mrrj-whrch-we&: AMES o\t- :
and and be
of tie Union to gtality the election. The "eward clique representing conviction that the Southern members) dare the s was protracted painful U must -
ruin cao portion proceed .from cnffiiu he was.burying.- condoling to his friends to know tat Le was willing Jr'etQ1), 2 :
ether.is. the Wjlmot proviso portion are, of course, interly not execute their throat. We hhal! see.. The boycallcd bi fdiherwhoq>iicklruneariii. lo die.

opposed lo the Compromise. On Saturday ed the wffin Ft and found that the Notice.
this opfiied ,
matter below
bearing upon we give Died in Marianna, on the 4th ult.of Congestive
Fioza the .Vtr lurA Herald. firm heretofore vxis'in! under'the stte of '
week, ibis double plot was successfully man fiat turned bis head ? '
of u lato debate in the S vnae, the so as partially to lay Chills. HENRY MAYS, son of Col. C. C. aid Julia COLE & NOTE:> i is Ml.y diftoUrtualct b'mu. .
& carried into execution, by a combination! ot What redress hive the Sou'h but to depend on the pont of his face, -and the body wa AH oid
Yonire. >ii enr. pe-rion..hvuigelstei'aiaiuit
,ncouraging indication which we have lately the most opposite elements. upoji the constitutional tight and privileges warm. He procured vinegar &c., and made ,firm wili.p'ease )pre enf them, and those indebted '

jeeP from that quarter. We gie fligt, Mr. Still another thing was settled at the .ame which surround the minority ? Thev! can great .e ptiujp..io restore the poor roan to : hiwe papers| requested to publish the Pr<>clauutioncfenng will make payment to. either cf said fr. '
time. The President had I check the and all fnctionBul liz effort A. H COLE.
Pratt'i comniendment : repeatedly expressed majority, stop legislation came too Lie, the mini a reward ot .KX) tor the appreben- NOYKS
A B.
bit avor>ion :at the feiious charges made until the majority me foiccd() obey and submit deal
Mr. Prait moved an amendment which he don of Jo-.e 1'crfino,aliaIndioT\\ill di-i ontiiiuc said Madi r,n C. H Fla May 20, T0.V 4'._. '
ughiiist some of his Cabinet, in connexionuiih lo the mandates of t lie Con>titntinn or In
raid would trivet with the approbation of all, publication,said Pcrfino having been ki.lcd m an at* -
the Galphin affair, and he was not iuxen. abstain fioni all doutitful legislation which OvTGqt.; SENATORS.-The following is n Regular Meeting:
ti the 10th section, *o us lo provide that the tempt to capture him. -
sible to the made other grounds or not be granted to n in list ofStnators whose in '
territorial legislature should neither introduce complaints on may may majority terms expire 18.)0 C.V.. DOWNING, Sec'y. State.J'ineSlX1. 9"HEREviIL! be a Reul4rIeetingctflo-

exclude African: slavery provided that by the \\ hig party in and out of Congress, Congress by the federal instrument. Our design and \vhoie successors will be chosen I by the ... .22 at I rida Rojal Arch tl.aptcr. No. 1. tu>? '
nor ; against the members his Cabinet. lu this ts not to discuss these q lestinhis. We Legislatire to be elected this Fall. The evening at the uuat hour at the 43OPi isHall.

wotbing shall prevent them from protecting state of things, the views of the friend of the believe the Southern members of Congress Whigs; an given in Italics : AUCTION. Companions will take notice, and trovers .
the tights of propei ty of any denomination1: themselves accorrimeiv Bv order of the II. P.
which at time lie legally recognized.Tho President wore strongly represented through have determined lo pursue the course which Phcfys, of Vt. Benton, of Mo. SATURDAY next, June I5lh. will be sold JO tlX D. TAYLOR, Secrfturt-,: 1'
may Omnibus Bill was then taken and the. Republic.' .Mr. Wilmot, has indicated that the minority Grcn, of R. I. Rufek of Texas ON b'fnie our Auction Kooin, a general asjortcnen! June '

up ''The Cabinet have combined to maintain will pursue, stopping legislation and( refining Dagon of.N. J. IJamlin, of Maine, ot GOODS, conjoins: ; t-f
amendment moved by Jefferfcn Davis and
tbr Mr Pratt read. their place and tiucir pnw r, and General TayJor to make th ppropiiatinn Mr. (Tiny thinks \\\'acs.\ of Del. IJc&rter, ofMas*. Dry Goods, Hardware, Leon Circuit Court.

Modified Mr Darik by said, that, wan he had assented lo the yielded to them) ; and the edi'or-hip' of the so loo. As honest journalists, il is our duty .. .Maon, of Va. Dickeus..n, N". Y. Crockery, Hats, Susannah W Pendarvis. a-icl others, 7ts. r

Republic was transferred to the Cabinet. It lo warn members of Congress cflhe danger Tuney. of Tenn. Sturgeon, nf Penn.Ca Shoes, Groceries, &c. {a Eqaltf.L. : .
modification when shown him in A. MaJdin! and others. JATOTICE
iruuij'.cript I tots been said that il the Galphin Cunr.ni'tt-i' of such a course. It would end in revolution.We ; *, of Mich., D.i vis, of Miss.Coswi BEKRY i ROWLES. i i' hereby gSer. to air rnn3 clai'mrf!
in he found the wordlawlullj" pi
but seeing it print, > uctisners.Bacon
upon had reported a week w>onor-that i en last will murk out a few of Ihe rrsults of such of Ohio, l.lriZlI?, of Ind.Yuee June 2, IsW. 2- It JL i to have ilem. ndi aiainst le fu'icls' in my har.di '
t there uhich he did net recollect: .
Friday week, the determination of (he next I a procedure."The of Ph., Dodge, of Wis. Pork and Flour. belonging t<> ihe hir3 of Josiah Ferd.iiviszn.pi. '
to hart) seen in the manuscript, and which, if sent them, with proof to usUm ,the same. j
would have been made and. Thun'the j millions collected liy in .. liddicin, of Conn.
day never
; government '
bf had reen, would have led him to reject thejfication. H AMS, SIDES, AND S.IOLLDERS, before meon or beiore tiefirst t djv of July n >xtat .
lie desiied, now again to modify Cabinet would have retired, the President specie% if locked up by not being appropriated :.: Democrats ; 7 Whigs. BACON Me- Pork. the Court house in Tallahassee. or uch claicivrill

would have been in u better position to follow I and disbursed for three months would produce 20 St. Louu Flour, be thereafter !mre
the atntrendment, *o as to inset I he issues the dictates of his udgment.'* the most awful evil in thin great commercial Free Soil Inttitulions.-One of t the witnesses Jut received per Schooner U R. Pettea, and far ord.'rot Court.
iuj-geetod by the jctiniiuUe word, by striking sale bv J_ AL WILLIAMS.Jir.'eS. .
city, which is the business heart of th ; Union. gainst: Asa and Henry Wentuorlh. in the '
out the word lawfully, and in-sorling C-;:: The Biitisli) Minister at Washington, Derangement) in its tital function would carry P4ci'rnurhmr; in New Hampshire, was their WO._ 22_ Master 4t in Chancery j
Jane 1S')0. 2J
41 conformably to theconttiiu'ioti: ofthe United I 1.
Sir Henry Hulwer, tome time ago wiote.! a''. commercial death lo every extremity and por- ] couan, l(19). Wentwoilh, who gave the follotViig Just Received .

Mr. Mason then addressed the Senate, and letter to M r. Chatfield, the Britii-h Agent I lion Ut our frame. I If Congres do n >t vote I I II us lo his wonderful matrimonial ex Per Win. R. Petles from New Orleans, Stray Horse. '

I the appropriations iHwe; they adjourn it will perJnee ) n BARRELS OF EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, I TRAY> froia thesub-criher's pfatfation. .
of the of.the mi- at Nicaragua, in which he speaks in the most
gate an explanation v.evvi break tx\o thirds of the banks and CKpitnlistin "From ni) second wife I wa divorced. I _._,'j 5 Casks ol the very btst Sugar-cuiid Ham, I Fort StanS'iry, on Sunday, the "
norit lithe Committee (Thirteen, and those of tho Cabinet t tth May. red MARE, 1 .'t S
atYahington. Sides roan
) contemptuous: terms present didnot ti.W) pou-ids clejr .. yers
\Vall from Church Water lire wnh her she left and I
: itreet. Tiinii lo me, mar. *
(1!' the Senate who repudiate the bclm.ue ofCompromise. : i iotr ; 1 ,.,''JO Shoulders, oIJ. 1 15 or I ti ft hani-s hh, hass'ne white hir>dlor.t! l.tar
Iii.i first objection was to the I Among other things he pay> : 'et, on both: bides of t ihi' way. It will riel a third tviI!. I did not live with her be. 20 barrels Pi>rk, -. in the rehead, soIl! some marks of{ Ihe harne

I It is, however, a ;veuk Goveniment, and make bankrupts of every leading tneirhanlin caise I did not like her well enough. I mar 20 'Whiskey, and 3- die on hr bick and shouUlT I will giye

provision in the fugitive siaiv bill, nllovving I i being suspected by the popular party, is e\ei I South street, from t the Hatter} to the Cai h. rid her because I was obliged lo. I was Alto, 150 s.lc-ndid pickled"TONGUESBERIJY a lii;!. rai re'Aai'I to anv pei< >:i that will dtfjivw said
trial l>\ jury to a fugitive, because during the fc RUWLES. mare to tu at r.iv pi infdiion, or to Messrs! Mtl '-r &
afraid teeming in tavor of any policy thai is anne street feny. Every American stock m.rrit'd a fourth lime lo a \\<>in:tn by whom
pendency (if (tIC legal proceeding, it deprived JuneS, 1S.10. 22 It Rroka-.v: in Tallahassee. Any inforir.aiiun; relating
I unpopular.! Thus, tboi'gh its in'entious mny would go down ten, I\\enty, or fifty cent the I bad three children. She died, and I irrir.rud lo said mare wilt be thankfully rreivc-d *
the and I
of di
owner right p-nver to >|t<>*er.t be trusted, its course cannot be relied upon." dollar. Kaihoad{ stocks could not be given a- a fiilh, lived with her between two and Just Received. 4, RrNJAIiN J.YRD.-

bis slave. It was also in uVtngAtion of the Every citizen whose bread and butter trree years, but had no children I don't BACON SIDES, Fort Stanshurv, JIIIP: I. 1S9 21 t 11Nunn's
true of lha sltiveholder, who was thus The apcarance of this letter in print has way. ; I A iiruPOTNDS
is derived from the interests of such invest. Inovv but what she is in Heaven : I never .1JLJJtJ fi.'J'Wlbi. Shoulder?, _
& Clark's
ucprhed ofthe absolute control via rpccies of created quite a sensation in the poli'ica! circles -
ibs. ( i-lam',
ments. would be mined and destitute. Real :ked her where she was going. I married IOUmJ l1gun
property.: Again, he would n* vcr hims' lf and public expectation is on tip-too to 5 tietce, tigar.cured lhm', (1 LRAT1'.D PIANOs':--warranted? :-CJ, 0 ,
consent to the abolition! ofthe klave trade in estate would fall at once. The erection of H sixth wife at Asa Wentvvorth's house, in 10 barrels Flour, I..J ai.d Octave Rrand action-Pianos.
know what M r. Clay ion is going to do in the buildings, the builder of ships the imnufoc- t laiicheMer, about six years ago." 3u Whi.-kev -\LV ,
tho District of Columbia, but .ven if such
matter. It is said that if he could send the Curing of goods would all b* su5pvnied! and I It appears that his fifth v ile, of whom he 10 Mess Pork, oiian Attachmejat Pianos,wtj| > jve'.Tuse.
were not his own entiinonts, hit itntids were 15 Pt.ioe able R fd". utue dbovece.tbiuitd Plnno rare be had
i heat ly all the laborers in this city would! be S don't know but that she is in Heaven, had '
tied-the Legislature of Virgiu; hzu.ingdcts. French Minister borne because a disagree 3 hhds New Orleans Sugar, by ai>plic. tinn to U.. C. V7JLSOX.*
1 idle and out of employment daunt' ruin and joeen gone three years, without his having 0 2t! M '
June 1'i
ignated that measure as one of a sri* upon rnent about a quid of tobacco, he certainly 15 kfijs Nail*, i'GUNSMITrilMG.
j haggard misery, dressed in Heck's best silks 'heard fro-n her, when he tnaried the last one.kim. 3 tjrreOld! Cu'.nboT WhisKt-y; ; "

,the L pas age tit any*..one.4ir..P..l of which i by Congtens,h.., ought lo look John Dull in (he face for during I and Kiititix: would walk aboi.t our Ktr *els, from Brandy,Rum, Gin, P..rier,and many other articlfS, ; .. -. _

1 10 EpetiK so sneeringly of his -ft&1nlretzt.IIuhf il>e I..itten o, Union Place. 'here would beno ( Is VenezuHan Pe.ruvian which wilt! be suld K-r a '.ery irtial! advance i n cost j jBeinp '
General a not
Absetnb.y iif> the S.at -, for the plir.pQlie Loprz.- a cloifrininedto I give baraaing,. all shall ftnd it t ttheii : : SG
of:taking such action f might be deemed the Sate Department. Will he do it ? private catriages, no npeias, no garne! by birth, and according to aer> inflated inteitst to give subscriber; a call before pur UN-SMIIli WORK M dt-cti- ?..dcre

proper in vindication of the right of ht r cit1. :.You terrons. dinner*, n-t omni bu-es, no hacks, no cabs no] biographical sketch, which) ;appears to cha-ing. S. S. KLG11f.TIIahate w mi i IIe '!' i.n-i Prc-islon ud Despatch
carts or anything of the kind June S IS.V 2,1 thesuuicnlvr.iit fii3-.hn'| nt \t u p.-rr to If Barnard's: .
zen to take thir properly of vvery description running over! have been written by the same peisori who PatttetiUr atieniion tn ruui.rsy orders, and lhapulronas'ol

into all the territories ol the United Stales. Insurrection of Stares in Virginia.-A letter Broadway and disturbing the pnvt-rs and people. produce his proclamations, he has performed THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, !( i-s i solifi pjic.rd. '

la the course of t bib tem.rk& he expressed has been received at Washington, staling j Lei the basis of all mercantile opera. some extraordinary things in his time. Or gi- 13-1 GREENWICH STREET NEW YORK Door Locks Hejialred. f-c.. &c. .

} 'elf in favor of the Miwturi tions-the specie-be locked up in the cus.! nally he was bred a merchant, but he took Cl1.lLES 1 DE.MILLY.
iim *
Compromise ; that the slaves in Union Township, Munroe j rPHE pr prittori beg lo call the attention tl f icnX _
house and Tal-shnee.! Mv 2' 1.1) 2OProvisions.
Jitse, but opposed loin** admission of Califor.! lorn the thing is done. In a word I part with Bolivar in the civil distuibances'' noi-eurs in Tea, aC: the heads ot lainilies, to

nia South ottlrit lino as Jiee territory. To county, Va., had almost matured a plot lomurdcr ; such a scene of ruin and distress as would be which ended in th-* expulsion of the StMiiiiifds, tire choice ai.ci rare selection ot Teas iniporttd b}' .

this he would never assent, nor tci the sunrnoejing > all the white inhabitant in the above j brought ujKtn the Northern States by the i and was a Colonel attwenty-thrt-e. lie look I Iseir,. and list her 0 unknown i iu t thi i$ country, which, 71T received per Schr. V/ R. fstles, frosv XeJ
combined with
of Their then elFecl simple refusal of the minority in Congress to > his residence in Cuba in 19:23. Being in by their tr.igran and delicacy *ir- Orleans, .
a large portion ol Tex ax, now uc. township. purpose wa* to ( up Dunty and streiieth, produce an infusion of surpassing .'.
JvnowJedged lo be slave territory to the Gene. their escape to the Slate of Ohio. A colored vole the appropriations, is beyond the power | Spain during the Carlist trouble!, he dUtin1i gun ricbi-'s :and n vor.'The Clear Sjs: -

rat Government, to fie disposed ol as the of any ordinary broker or blockhead lo imis- i finished himv-lf the Government side, and Tecs offirrd are t'te foHcicin?: fthonlJeis,
pov. girl. however, gave information ofthe plot, inc or or JcdHr. Bloom Black T-, -t $1 (t.iO Ib. Fttra rar Cured Jlins, 4 .1
*rnment should deem proper. lie proceeded any poet j i"it to portray. Tht was made first Aid-de-Camp to the Com.i The a per Plain HireFriraf ,4i

*t considerable length lo argue adaptation I and up to the last accounts sixty ofthe ring. I Northern Stules, are in a fair way to bring about I i m.inder-tn.Clnen Gen. Vuldcz. He was for ] "a' Ntpho. ri, do do. "" 0 0 "50Ovjciw 5Di '' Leaf- Lsrd, .

California to ,slave labor and the cause and leaders had been arrested and imprisoned.Tlie .- this crisis, by meddling witlj the Southcm :.a time Comminder-in-Chiel of the National | .' a Green Tea, 1 00 Ffar Candle. .

jtijecl of her Constitutional Convention in <-\. afiair( has produced mitru cicitoment, Institutions. 'I Guard of Spain, and subsequently CommandJerinChiel j Too-tsiai, do. 0 "5Ticktsiaa Pearl Sraich. For ALFRED sale by E.: HOC. -M.iy
'JVre are b-it! two othrr calamities which fcevcral Proiincei after .4 do. 0 50Udfi '
eluding slavery llaii.ig conclii'Jed his re. ; was '
and deal of uneasiness.I.ETTUN 2S. }S5'I. 20 -
a good
mark. Mr. Clay a Ud Mr. Maan whether he t-uuM; [be )brought, upon the country and] the wards Governor of Madrid, and Senator from :Mr.tare, aco.nprnnd of
the mo't rurc and choice
meant to be ut.dcrRtoc.d lo say that he wouI yno.n SPAIX.-S. Tcacklo Wailis, commercial world, which would eqijnl tli uric th
be willing to take tho Muslin i Comptomtse of Baltimore, who was appointed b\ the Pres. which Wilmot fears i soon to burst upon us, I (lalhed liberal Democratic! principles throughotit ; and Ri-mal Mil' of Aim '1 00 ;\/f'. D, PAPY ard G. W. HUTCHIN3 auIVJ. -

line ti the Pacific, without any iegiKUtion bv j viz : first, to abstain from raising cotton for ,[ his 'career. lie U now fifty )ears old, \Vith. a view.to encourage the introduction of these thmtzid to act a> c>v .\eni FD the State of -

Congress with lespecl to slavery oa either j idem to vUit Spain, for the purpose of making one year, except lo supply! their o\rn manufnrturrs I enrf'niTd'Kg'oi't of Spuni h rule arises from the j matchless Tt-as. it is ths intention ol the proprietor Flurida. SAM. S. Sl-BLCY.-

.ide of that line. I investigations in relation to original Spanish iu the South ; and second, to become exnulsiOn( of the Cuban Deputies from the \ to dUtribute Tea epial bj lo lot tht, amonithe first >ear;purchasers* profits or., a ihe qoantii'V.leflected >rof May -25. 1S50. 20 .

Mr. Mason replied, for I iimelf, that: Lc titles in Florida, iic., returned in the Niagara Shakers, and neither marry nor gist iu mar.liage. i Cuths.i \ Each purchaser will receive .enclosed in e

would. .
| on her last voyage from Liverpool. the package, a nutnl>errdc<'rtiicale.'t! ititunjhim to
Mr. Clay then nikrd ubethet! U Southern A trite Lairyer.-Alexander! Hamilton was one chance in the distribution f.r every Cfty! cents Office, first Door West of Judge Baltzell's.May .

Senators would be willing to abide by that j ct7- The J-'ieeSoil Creed, is thus nut'.ori.tdtively Alabama Jiulges.-The popular cltctionK once applied to as counsel by a man having | hid out, and on hue reccjys amounting) $2U.O'JO, 25, 1S')0 2->
for the Circuit the undtrrnentioned p tce s of Tea, tithe value oi
line, with the conditon named. j announced by Mr. G. W. Julian, of Judges have resulted is follows the guardianshin of several orphans, who I ten per cent., or iw Hiou ind dollars will b* given THE TRUE MEDICINAL -' .
Mr. Mason aid the Senator from Kentucky > Indiana, in his late speech in Congress : Mobile: Circuit would,'on coming of age, succeed to u large ] assay as bonu>rCi, corditij; to the t llc\\ing scale: OIL
might very soon receive a direct answer toiris -Hon. J.>hn P.ncs. )tuie and valuable estate, of which there was a 5priz s of 5
inquiries, if he would himself intimate u We hold that Congress should abolish Bragg is re-elected, having served one 'erm. material defect in the title deeds known only 20 t'5 '. 1 00, 500 .' 5 JO. TTSEF'UL, in the cure ol Scrofula. Cnr-.tmption,'
slavery in this District, prevent its extension (lie i IM a roan of fine talents, hi<;h chanicier 50 10 1 00, 500 5')0. '- Gout Rheumatism,Asthma; Brou'ch'illC'2t's.
to abide who wanted the title
willingness that
by line. to their guardian, lo get 00 ."!JO 5-JO- and ard A "upply
beyond its present limits, icfuso the admission and Judicial alUinnvritK. He I 100 5 1 > alldi-e 'es of the Ch M Lnng*
Mr. Clay said, that for Litmclf he would of slave. Slates and that he Gov. a Soithcrti vested iu himself. Hamilton noted down the 230 1 1 00, 250 210 ot this valuable medicine i iju.1 rKrcived. which is
more ( Democrat in and
politics brother of
hare no objection to the extension of ihe Mis- CaftainBratlon faithless executor's .statement, and then said warranted pnre. and ot very B p >rir-rqiialily.
should relieve
bun line across Utah and New Mexico, but ernment itself from all responsibility Bragg, ofthe army.In him Settle with these unhappy infants lVi prie in all, 20mui( I. For 'u.uie by LEWIS i A M ES.
not through California. for the existence or supj oit of slavery the 9th Circuit, Hon./Robert Dou-tjeriy. to : the last I will hunt Tiio-e perior.s who prefer lower priz.d Tea-, ran May 2.>. TS50 20 Tallahassee, Fla. -
where it has the constitutional power thus to In the 5th Circuit Hon. i'. A. Walker.In honorably to cent, or you ; receive their prizes in proportion, or they will herepurchased
Mr. Foote submitted some remarks, and relieve itself leaving it a State institution, de. the 2d Circuit Hon. Ezekiel from your skin like a hare. The advice lor cah, at a deduction of 10 per rent.fsj Private Boarding House. .
read from debate m the Virginia Legislature, pendent Stale was strictly followed, and tl.e man who gave Con try Agents required. Applications n> Leaddr rT"CN' or twelve! Gentlemen can be arrcrmda'ed as

to show that Mr. Mason wag in error in eay.ing We for upon non-intervention sovereignty in its exclusively." In the Montgomery Ciicuit, Hon. G orgeGoldthvvaite. it was an ornament tu the bar and tu the age *sed (postpaid) to the Company's Depot, as JL Day Boarders. I he residence if John R- Llryd,
true .
that he was under instructions not to con. sense. he lived in.Golplthiism.'t'he. above. on Monroe street, nest hon the In the Circuit, Hon. John D. Phdan. June S, 1550. 22 3m Mr. Leon Bryan. on desirable terras. AU> ('ne
sent to abolition ofthe slave trade in the
the SavannaJi
Telfgrafifie Georgian. furnished rootn.'noiv unoprupieii, fin a gentlenan
District. The last resolutions thr wib- forgoing samples, the people hive New York Commercial '
upon NEW.OBLEAXS, JUNK Ui 1350. Notice. and iadv. or lwo inele genllemen.
met passed by Virginia, most aignificanlly themselves (fully as wine and discriui. 6ta'e4bat the coroner of New York has pre.sentrd received the T.tlhas4ee" Mav'll.Ffour Ii..O. 1 ,
transactions in
omitted to enumerate that measure among the yesterday a. nating choice Judgen, as Le isk. lo that city, a bill for (he inquests held SEALED Comroilief of St. Ji.hn's Seminary of

prospective wrongs of the South. mounted to only 1,100 bales, at prices"un- lures ever have. The system works well so upon the bodies of ihe 62 persons who were I Learning," located at M;idison Court House, Florida, Bacon, Lard, &c-
Mr. .Mason replied, lhat the abolition of the ngcd. lar.-Columbus Times. killed at the Hague street explosion.! The until li o'clock, 'l.,cun Saturday, the 6lh day of Jul* JUST received from New Orleans, per schooner W.
RICK.-One hundred casks sold! yes'erday next, fur lurssishirg: nratei ai, *-ieclik g, and finishing Pates, -
trade in the '
ave District, came under the The hill contains a charge fir the summoning oi ;
Projiowd New Version of tli Bible. ,in bmldinu, fitly by thirty
t43lo4A. I completr, ot nood.a m Flour-Ohio aad M.Unron L4sIiiu .
general cope ofthe resolution against any The steamer Asia's news did not teach The diK-usM that has taken place in this 1SGO witnesses at S3 each, amounting lo the j teeS. two Htorteshisjh, with two wings, each twenty.fivebv .
us Sidr
:sa.l llouI41ers,
act interfering in any manner with the right till late last night. city the past week, in connection with the an. mug little sum of 85,560. The actual number thirty fee'
and interests of slaveholders. niversary of the American and summoned was HO, but the coroner char. The whol* work to be completed ready for deliv. I.aril. Molasses and Stinr.
Foreign Bible h the Oth day ot Deciftnbei next. Ikiid for the For -ale J. M. WILLTAJ.3.
Mr. Can inquired of Mr. Mason what was them in each case, and the 30 multiplied ery > hy
NEW YORK, JUNE 3d, 1630.COTTON. S.tciely, resulted in the rejection, by an overwhelming ges faithful pei form. nqe of the contract will be required. May II. ISl). IS "
to.be the advantage of running the line of 36 mnjority.of ihe proposition to issue by W, make l.dGO. Persons disposed lo bid, can obtain more specific
30 to the Pacific, without provision ex. .-The market was firm on Satur. she character of the work to be '
any a revised edition ofthe Scriptures with the information as lo Medicines Toilet Articles &c.
eluding or inhibiting alavery either north or day at Friday's prices. Sates 600 bales- word "baptise" translated immerse and Short Se ruum.-Dean Swift was once asked done, and aUo ntc a trait of the building, by personal _
south of that line. bales ofthe week 10,000 bales.RICE. application lo
other emeiida'ions of similar short charity sermon. He complied NASH & TAYLOR
The Rice market continues firm. a character. A to preach \RTON C. POPE. '
Mr. Ik-men said, the answer to the inquiry large delegation was in attendance, and the 'with the rrqu'-bt. The sermon is, per. THEODORE HARTRIDGE, WTOULD respectfully inform their

was obvious ; the line would cut ofT from Sales of the week 1,500 casks. Closing quo- *>ul ject received a full and fur consideration.Ti haps the shortest one on record We will DANIEL S. GRAHAM. tf V friend and the publn-, that they
California-in the whole of which) slavery tat ion i, :tjj to :? .' EuiHing Committee. have Just received a ne \ Mirvly tit goods,
following is the resolution it entire.
< ai inhibited four and Flour has declined jlh. adopted : quote Proposals will al'o he received and considered for -,, .. consisting t'l rjedicines, Perfumery-
a half degrees of ler. Resolml That this "Text _" He that hath pity upon'tbe ,
society, in the issues : poor erectint the buildings ol brick. Soaps, &C&S | v\hich. SvJU-d to their fVrmcrtyck.
ritory, believed to be adapted lo slavery, and Corn is steady. Mid circulation of the Holy Scripture in the i lendeth unto the Lord." Bv;order of the lkud of Trnitren. ? not lonz sue receid makes Iheir a'fcit.

leaving that open to the people to determine Provisions are advancing. English Unginge, be. restricted la the coin: Sermon :-" If you like the security, down CHARLES RUSSELL, ment nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen thai
for themselves ih. question of slavery therein. United Slates Treasury Notes tire selling received Ihe'dust." Sec. R. T. St. John's S. cf L. ilo not wish le purt-hjse Medicines cisrtc.iltand examine -' .
rnonly version
: without note or comtnenf. with stock of PerUiiiterv, v> i.cMa ,
Jacksonville our
ap -
Mr. Mason resumed the conversation with at 1IC. Florida Sfntiiiel, Peruacola Gazette. ,
clerical. An
The was
..effect and 4lS50. 17 .
Savannah ,
Georgian >
News and Kepublican
Mr. Clay, and said that if thbt Senator would Sterling Exchange is heavy. Upon the result being known, the} President, lxr"d collection was, taken up immediately! Charleston Courier, will please copy, and lorwaidbil 4'- '.
'in. has nominated _, .' '
'" T. Morrison been w
cot to ihtt running ofthe Missouri line to K*>v. Dr. Cone, resigned, und ,various other afier.:3 j to Ikard 'frual'e.Jtine,1E.&i Grain Cradles, &.G. '
| the Democratic Canal Commissioner in Penn. 4' '
Pacific, and contraction of the 22 Ct *
consequent changes place among the conductors tf ._ p 1 DOZENSUPERtORGR.CRADLE ;
boundaries California there would be no sylvania. institution. We learu thai the atlv.ics1e '[ papers announce. that Mr. Re hooks, f
difficulty in wttlio the whole of Notice.to-Builders and.-Cox1tractQr -&ri-he Handler arnd Scythe Stone, -_ *
; question.Mr. K new.version vvjll not improbably preaerro Gri.J'i is about to unwrap in ihn't,city time eelebraf ?
SECOND DCSfATCJI. : EALEDPftOIO.S LS will-be received bv the- fc 11 inch Manilla Rope,fcuitjhleltr Cotoo! *
Clay said
it usual| for and pre
was negotiators publish a new translation, notwithstand. ed his He. places *" '
show munn y.ln possession.! S subscriber until the 15thd T of Juue. for build-, M an l SJXT Mills '
Jo their credentials, but the Senator NEW YORK, JOSE ad, 1S50.COTTON. .: jug the decision of ihe society" above mentioued its JttnmeTcJal.Gallic" aUJ 1.500, and has'.300() ins a CHURCH pn Miccosookie Lake of I the follow Wide au l narrow bar Swede- Tinrf, '* ,

torn Virginia ezpressly disalairnio} a right to .-The market to-day is drooping. I Journal of Commerce.CAUFOHM.V ti kt.i at/85 each, to remunerate" b.irnforjbe' inc; clescriplion, lo'wit : house "to be 4 by 33/eet, GertMn Steel, NaiN, Heavy Holluw War / v'' -

lsak far any one but himself rrqiisted|- of Sales 4000 bale*. Middling Uplands are niuomj, as the unwrapping "destroys! lisprin. 12 (eel of end nit off by mling; pitch 15 feet clear Plantation Hand Alill3..c.&e. -*.*'/

'n ta. answer to his proposition, without any quoted at 12c. Orleans 1'JJ. is the El Dorado of ihe prer Has value. Tho mummy I is the boily pi a,. lo be celled initIv, In have three pannetled. door*. For sale by t;EO. H. MEGINNISS.. ,
WicaHon cipal 13 windows each containing 1. light, J3 by It May 4, 1850. J7-Tw ,, I '
as to how that answer tvould! Iw re'wved Flour u firmer. \vejl us time gold seekers. Editors receive daughter of a high priest Thebes who lived open pews, pulpit! anIattjrshknJc to be IS inches -- -. /- ., ?

ji. whether of one character or another. Corn sells at GO to 70c. 86000 a year ; cily reporter, 83,001) ; marine more ttran 3000years',' or about the lime lon.jhow *iinches.. The woik lh be done inaplain W. G. M. DAVIS '

would'< now wy that ifihuie was any in. Rice is steady at last quotations. reporters ; 88,000 ; foreman, $5,000, ofM6s. 'Mr.'Gliddon expects find in the but work'manlike manner. Timber and Jum- .

JtC&tt than emir concx-mjooe of&>uthern Stocks are firm and advancing. and compositors, 64.0UO. These are the op.tual rchophagus I lie funeral ring,and ;ihe papyri l>.>rare crtnvenient to 1 the place sdeeld Jor lorafion.Anyother 'rIoItNA'1'; LAW, '
iondftiired.will. be given by ad- taken ibIhis a.hode at TallahafeVtPdw
in the measure with the been received prices paid by the PacificNewt focthes: ) Intok of the dead. HAS -
proposed have from Uahta } '
t3&Scatica Accounts OD>Aii>ingihehieroglyphic4)) dreitig cilUng. on me, at mj oflice. in the Coi\rU sic the M'ridlf piititct,
)'k suggested by te! S natcr, he to the Db: ultimo, which state that the yelloa daily matter prepared -for \hafpaper..- .'f'VJPCUSfS "jVe; mummy i is lo be unvvrapt in the presence THOMAS K.: T.EONAflD.tso .-' arid of Fran&lin'and Jieksni"I: ,

he ln before ho prc wac=d a f vcr war making terrible havoc on the coast. of the year reach $10OQOO. 4bt' thiC tnvst di'tflLtChCd jard.tr bi : t' M.irc! S. 1-50. V '


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Romance in Heal Life. STABILITY! -SECURITY-PERPETUITV. MEMPHIS :lc) JTloriMiw fe Journal r usinrS5 rl1t-gi--'C.-O-r-- -. ;

Tho Lrivuhurg (Pa.) Chronicle announces \UjCAL i --. --.

tto mlir.ialre on the 14th instant if John John- $900,000. T LIE will regular commence course on 01 the! PUBLISHED EVEP.Y \TrRD\Y ETEXETO. Cotton Brokerage.

ron and Mrs. Mia Miller, Chillisq'iaque continue until the Iat of : ; -,
township and t..lf.the) following romantic storjr THE MUTUAL LIFE 'cal Depratment: will be TJonu : BERRY & ECOTES, :

respecting tiie happy pair : I or NEW YORK-:0. 35 W.\.L ST., students by tli. first o! : THRCC DoLUpippr annum, if paid in advance. IN addition i lo their bcyine ; I partment be under the I ; '" t. I'IIRIIAND: \ HALF, if paid within months. mini.-ion 1t'rt'hH.,1i.gi! \e them, at It':
44Tho groom, who now works at the boat \ET Accumulated) Fund SU\ 1st, Irt4lj. :?C -jO. \'i FOUR DOLLARS if not paid) until the end of theyear to the selling of' COTTON f or |.Iantns| aid tf; I

yard: }here, was formerly u seafaring 01111.- l OH J *i-ciirely invested in Hondand Moit ;azo IROFf who may noi find it' convri.ient\ in attend '
reil e.tte in thi city and rolh'o. and j.lnck I Z. FHFEMAN, M. I D was 3r}- These feims will be rigidly adhered lo, and tot Ihe arrival of the steamer" ftlnar ltd ''
The bride is from South Cat olio*. and her father r.ftne.1 State t and Cit of New-York alJ States R. S. !"'WTO M I D.) i i | thy 01 l no paper\ will he discontinued unt is all arrpar!g.-*are he spot, they will Le nv.y! to late any. icVJJ -''; !

and her former husband, both of' whom G.\'lrlmenl. H. J Ua:.:. M. I 1)., 1 ofe of Com- paid. unless at (Hie option of the publi:heu. Subscribers the maikt that may offer. '

hate been dead many years, were wealthy I I! This fund i jo rapidly iitcreaaingby' : a wmIelveiteti. tice of Medicine. resides will be received for three months at One Samples.ay be 1 left fur exhilili.-n. Ch: .- -.
planter Sonn five the I dld grad prospeicus bu>ine s. W. BYRD POWFLL.1f D., : in Dollar--5x months at *l !). Every order for the crate, tii.d pit met; returnnaJe.. I'
ago young
The Company declared dividend of profits of fif- ;y ', taferout of this county mut be accompanied with Januxry 5. !t.3I ,'>.> tf
widow made a visit to England! in company I !iy-two percent on all existing! policies on the 31st .J. KING M. D., Professor be made I the! ca,h, nnli!j the order ci-inen through any of cur

with her brother, a Southern gentleman of for. I January, ISIS. rapeutics and Medical for lour regularly authorized agent in the State.ADVEnTISKM LEWIS & AlES

tune ; and on the return voyage they embark. : All the Profits are divided among the Insured. J. MILTON' .umFR. A. Eli! i iDE
Chemistry anJ Pharmacy.J. t oefore .\.>:usil.\ i
ed in vessel) tL.which< the groom was servinga The are payable in cash: annually,semiannually will F.NTSWill
i premiums A. WILSON, M. D., f
common sailor. By eome accident she was or quarterly interest being added on the Disease of Women and t : ei' h! i inserted all the rate of One Dollar p<*rjqu..reof ; DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS. OT! -. {.

knocked overboard; in the harbor of Liver.j deterred payments. ( .. lines fort'ie', first,and fifty cent foreachsu'neqiienf Toilet Articles. Perfumery, ie., WilltP.I'fTF.R' \. 'c-.
The caa; principle adopted! by this Company se CLINQUE ; &{. i insertion. A reasonable dednction S-
19001 sank to the bottom ati'i' for j RRrvHRii "ND ..
was given COLORApnthcrnrics
j up insurances .fedkinr.-Professor -
the H.
c'rea to the parties for \hope benefit will be made on l-!al notice, e tate n.)1 (*,y< arly -
lost. Our hero, however, did not abandon the I are elllti. the whole of the advantages, without SU, '",.-Profi-ssor H. notices without alteration, by persons having CSlitsnrarr.. A ,.. 1

search. A slight change in the position of the sujecti:1": them to tne heavy drawback of accumu Z. FREEMAN M. D., : regular! accounts with the or Cf': rpHEabove constantly: on hard,and fomU! ,. u .
vessel discovered her, the water being remarkably t ltd pieinium notes. The fees for a full course I All announcernnts of candidates for office. rrvr .L h.westmatkct prices.
clear the feet he. I Persona mny effect insurance on their own lives one hundred and fh'f(Inlar DOI.LXHS' -invariably in advance. No attention LEWIS A.A r<; t tTallah3s'I"E'
lying on ground, twenty I and the lives of others. A m. rriod women can in. Each Proft or'l will he piid to any orderforannouncement November 20. IS47. Is
low the surface, and apparently! dead. He in. I sure the life of her hus'and' : the benefit of which Demonstatn'l Fee &10. accompanied with the cash. ----.--- -- I

etantly] plunged to the bottom, seized her by are secured by law for the exclusive use ot herself or desiring 'further FLA., All reliiious, mHri.1- !. and obituary notices published HI.MON TOW1.E. M4RMNO D rv;-

the hair, and brought her to the top-a large I children. dress their letteis (post ) ifralnito'i-lv ; hut editorial notices for pri. TOWLE & PAPY,
Cler men and all others dependent unon salaries dents arriving in Ihe city ) vate benefit,will be charged advertisements.
the ;
lock of hair out I
being pulled attempt, specially invited ;tvaitthemselvtsnl& res"urct the ComnerciallIole1. I jlfornrys cut! Coccsellors at [:w.

and which is still: pre er\'ed. After some hours :'I whereby their surviving families may be secured lvorce. Jon WORK. HAVING (formed an association for the Trsi (re

ofpersevering exertion, she wih finally brought from the evils of penury.Pamp'ilets LAW ) will attend the several Con IN '
to and perfectly restored. She was deeply '! explanatory of the plniple'of Mutual Ion.. E. W.\I.' KING, I.. This. We are well prepared to execute Job Work with suchas Middle\ Circuit of Florida, and in the DiHrirf:
bill,cards, blanks, namnphlets&c., neatness
i Life and \' i, Or- of the U. S al Tallahassee. All bnsinf
the of her life and the Insurance iuilralil tice of Law. !"'nu. ;
grateful to preserver on and despatch. AH!! work of thi description, te
obtained at t the to t their will
with forms of application, may Com- care receive prompt attention.
homeward voyage she formed a strong attach. I office of I the Company, 3 Wall st., or of any of i its I Juiiv DKLriCLU, Esq., char- except for per"om having yearly accounts with f-: Oille-pin the Capitol.
rnent fcr: him, and a union fir life was resolv. agents. : Juri!piudei ce. : that a the olficp, mil-it be piid fur on rrlivt'rv. February 17, l H. 7
$ .-- --- -- -
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od upon. Their plans, were, however, frustrated I TRUST r. newspa --- -- -
All communications : SPRING GOODS.
and for several they never met !. Jo,. B. Collins, David C.Colden, at leas:. MEDICAL !
years mut be addressed to E- W. J subscribers their
.. are just opening Spring
In the mean time her fortune became impair. !i, VVm. H.J.McCmdv Hyslap l ,, Alfred Wm. Belt EdwardsR. Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 2: THE which has been well! and, Cdrerolliv se- Dr. Charles T. Darby

cd. Some three four months bhe heard I experienced hand, consisting of Staple
or ago Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, I } lectedby an
of his location here and i The Faculties for -------- and Fancy Pry Good-*, Hardware Groceries, OiLs RESPECTFULLY announces to the public in t-n.
immediately came Isaac G.
I C. W Faber
Pear"n. .
..I worth and professionable I [ INT.: Paints, and Glass, Crockery, Hollow-ware. Stationery permanrr.tvlotafr!! t nim'e?> :-ti
on from Charleston to see him. Her uncle, John P. Yelverton, Henry Write, I fa'orahl.wilh. t the most t dist,i i Furniture, Clothing &c..c.in short :Monticello Florida, and" III bp (found at all finnjunles

however, overlook her and carried her back. !I Theo. Sedwick, Zebedee Wm. Mooie.Cook 'The Medical faculty ; I 50. needed by the planter and his family.everything As I role'*ionally .en azE'.1. Strict attention"li

She came on agiin, some three weeks ago, John Stacy It.H. Swift Collins, Jona Miller, or any other country-all t S great part cf our stock is bought with cash, \e are bep-iidtoall professional calis.

but was confined to bed some time by sickness. II John Wadsworth, David A. Com'lck. and I the best teachers. : :. enabled to give good barzains. Please rail and -ee.McNAUGHT I l'ilaySISIO.t IS -
Those who will t f the I & ORMOND.
Recovering on last Sabbath evening, the long S. M- Corii-11, Robert SHI! )1tr.GoU sition, and t the extent of Term(- Newport. April 13, 1S.>0. I 11 GEO. W. HUTCIlINsTAUCTIONEER
deferred nuptial knot was tied and the rescuer \'. M. Wilkins Jiinrs Chamber, doubt as to thf' .
I legibilily ( ISO) ol -------- -- ---- --- ---
and rescued are now untied in a life-partner. John V. L. Pruvii, Joseph Tuckerman Grinnell, terprise of the kin.l. As to ; Slate Select School for Young Ladies, ,
Fred. Moses H. ,
hip, for better or for wose. Charles Whittlesey Ely, Win. J. Bunker, voriscf (the iear, we deny therein QUINCY.( T.ILL1II.'l1'JSEE,1-'L.1.
--------- John C Cfujer, Eugene Dl1ilh. A common ciror exists in '"PHE! next session of this SCHOOL will commence II Rf.'F.R'ro

Witchcraft in Olden Times. Waller Joy, Franc.S Lithrop dtnts relative to the ; I J. :Monday June 10th.! flavin; engaged; an accomplished Messrs H. BOND J. W ARGYLK, D. C. WIL O.X'
I I Alfred Pell, those who intend : 'lI and experienced Teacher to take! charge I 1-.11. FLACG.T.J..o.% and J. T. ARCHER
The knockin s" in New York, Connecticut JOSEPH 15. COLLINS, PretUfnt. Ihe Westand South should! of the Music Department this Scnool 1 now afford..1e't'ry March tO, IS9 10

: and New Jersey, have excited a curiosi. ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. selvc at a schoi.l\\ho facility for yojnz Ladies to acquire a sound i
ty to know what was done l by the witches of JOS. BLUNT, Coiin>,rH,>r. quianted with those di: ;,-r : Honor- thorough, and accomplished Education.! I J. L. SHIELDS, II. p. S.S.BOND. il J.

the olden time. The New Yoik Star l furnish.cs JAMES' I B. GAMBLE: Ag't., Tallahassee.. That the public may bo : 'lra.ol J. PHELP?, Principal.Mrj. !. j !,
January 19, IS30. 2yCOTTON cy of :this scho"I. we feel PIIF.LI'I } Drs. SHIELDS & BOND
the following from the records of events in de- ,
the Trustees and Faculty Miss HUB .\nD. > Teacher .
i IN'. associated themselves together in tfc !
that city : i f GINS which anuurs well for its Mi. TOWLE > ', HAVING
I I (f;:n of Medicine. Surgery, &.c..i Crr thr.' -
In 1605 a mm and hi* wife were arraign !.d I I the peculiar inteinal Q-iincy_ : ,.March SU, b:"'. !:> lOt I. erViccsIn the citizens of Quincy and the surn.ui.. :

and tried as witches in this city, and a gpeci.-il: JESSE WATSON them, cannot be -- -- ---- I iaj country. ,,
j r
Groceries, Fruits, &c. I Q' nc.\1zn..tJ1.I\ISt.Thomas ). .1 '
verdict of guilty wa rendered against one of I I Honir- I ;
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them. (In 107'J the inhabitants: of West Clies- I GIN MAMTACTUREK, hy 11 1. S-V)). 1 : J I Wash- TUSr received per Schooner William K. Pet tea from I Jeff. Heir

Palmyra, Lee Georgia, i ,J New OrleansSt II ,
( and Council County ------- --
ter complained to t e .aerncr ATTORNEY AND
Louis Flour, Rio Coffle, COUNSELLOR AT LAW
: *t-II. ,
against a witch which. had dime among them. \TOULD/ inform his friends and the public gcno- $20 EAL. Tobacco White Beans I, Y\ ILL raclce:: in the Cil lit Court in each
that he continues the above hu-.ine ;,1 t thisoldstjiid \NAW\Y from the :
the having been before tried anti condemned! R 1 l Oliie Oil, Oranges, Countj of the Midd.e Circ lit,and in the Supreme
where he uillbe i 1 1 Inppy I to supply thorri t J.HIU.MV last I. a lisrht !
| Brazil Nuts! Lemons, '
us a witch ut Hartford, but by borne means es. with a Jirft rate article. As an evidence of the n?med PHLNCE, act! 20 Whiskev, Rum Court and United! Stair District Court a

caped punishment., As tho.se complaints! were fj'iilily of his work he would state! that out of the ftet S or 10 inches liu'n, > Gin, Claret Wine. T311 h'sec.fontict'llo.

made: to (iiivernor Coivp, who was a sailor i lar,e number sold by him the pat year, riot one has beantilul white 1t."t"lh..y t I will For sale! bf. --,-January--29, 1S-15. 28
:! fail -d to givj pertVrf ,atisfactijn-*i\A\ would a he dismissed them a* ,tb"tird. The ceiebrated ALFRED E. HOC.
I .
I CARAWAY SIrrI,1 [W. S. DILWCarix.i3N
of who has .f hisi | I sellt!
givethe name any one one < arisiAeiinn a fjuolion No
Negro Plot, got up inl..tI 1, was (founded in i i Gins in use. He is intending,, tl e hi.estdblish-' hi! holy by nhicli he () i iprobible I : I. D. March 3i i), I59. 12 JJ ] : }11tYCfl7JJ.

apprehensions of withcraft and incendiirism '; merit corisidcrab'y' this \eH. bylilcii! : means he will he may be }, Watches Jewelry &c.
onrhe;' put of the negroesho wore denounced I I bp enabled tl fl orders (which :last jrar he was ']n. of Thomas county, Georgia ,
by a depraved prostitute, by the nafis of : able to d )) Gins if possible! s'perio' to any ever said county. The above } 1 1 (; M/ :; nnilE -Mibsci ibcrs have just rereiL \J{ CELLO, FLORIDA.
ted good Goods
a supplj-ct ,
I manufactured\ inSouthwesternGeoruia. He I thinks F"9 -
ssfe fin in
con cin cut jJ I
IVggy Carey, and a number of ignorant any : Sj5''.Si 7 which are J-ily7, 1S43. 27.
poor i i that! every yeir's" experience enables tit to make a again. ==: 5fc. -
blacks condemned to be burnt at the *article. Tdla.lld: ; Level Watches
\\ete little I II Honor-
i i bete
stake, and to.uiotrow: will he 109 years since I I BL- n a pract:ical macchanic, antI \\ilhal.detrminI'' Sopchoppy.Fla. April ) ) (for I..t. H'inin! Silver LMTPM, ,
Chatham but Giiis ot the fir-t d.! >>s-hallbe manufactured L'\plcn and plain Watches, ATTDHMEY AT LAW'
tied stakr; in IhallHnt very llol-!
they were t ) a near I ,
Chains Sea! ml ,
j, a Keys
( in his ,he feels si'enijwarrantm i : : t hem
l. arl street, then called .Magazine street, nnd i the III satisfaction ot the He Teacher Bracelets, llosum: Pin: Rings.Eartinga, XTSAttend all the Courts r.fihe MrddleCirV
to t:) .
operate purch.r. ON.I V V .
I rjO ce over S. F. Durntv's SIf1re.TclH.Ia .
burnt to death. Among the executed was will deliver: Him tree of charge to purchasers atthtir .A TEACli j wanted I Rosorn Buttons, Sect* Hutlons, *
I Oct. 27, li-1 l* 42
e ,
John Ury, a Catholic priest. I plantations.Ailingi.getncnts. Tx tre\-ille Masonic I Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, I
sonable will Gold Pens in Silver Cases
This .-d at the time hen Dr. Franklin j made with his travellina'; .1t.t., Ct11l'l't'ullal Admin- s. s. !ENlIl": : I ,
occut! r \\ or orders to. the Proprietor at Palmyra, pioved qu.IIinc4IioiI. For ( Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoor. t
was establishing the Philadelphia Library. promptly; attended t to. b41 I Bond of TI UoteCfi. apply: MarbleC'rrPlatrd! !;-, \\\holcsile i Retail Grorcr I Proifsicn ruler,

Succeeding generations* have felt humilfatedin I I t. It')4irin! Iropfr1y 11)1e i in the rr.r.jf J.aLl. 11"I J f I Cuunly 20., S.II.ite.Castors.,*Spoons, t... I.and.. Forks, .t' T-'L1 '!T\.t:. }', n.'n_. .

reading the iccutd> wf ;i.iic liuU and cic.cutions. lra. 'I.r. TOWLE MYERS.. T/"E3 constantly on hand,and otTers for sale al a
(n.lie is a'.so: A. ?nt for the <;ile <.( Ci.rrinR.iuitl' '.
.1 March-13, !S30. 11' tsmall advance on cosr, turcaah, all the Si..l -
; 'C"C. T IRON HORSE POWFRSUGR FIouis ot vtd uilifi -
--- I aol articles in his line. ?.pj-r" \;
------- I S'thwr..eln Georgia ali !Florida.Contracts Ham Pnrk
Buggys Buggys .<-S'l_ ai-?. Cotles. T.;, Bacon !
"J'oor Jersey."-The following tory oil| can be made with my Trd\llin.! A:nls. Soap, Candles. Lard and all similar article?-!f>-
received at Carriage Repository,
iid have occurred Any intormation wanted with t Iht c M and JUST my I Onions, Nuts
incident hoard
to f Irish Potatoes
an &< ( on \i April 27, t".V\ this no- 5 Buggys with tor? Of. icther with Frait, ,
of these mills, be o'! tain.d address-
operation can > by
: his excited risi.bles i Raisins Kis, .\ll'' .,i> .,and all! other articlejosuaily
of Mississippi steam, our : ins rne at Palmyra, Lee Co.ntyGeor.ia.MarchOlO. ----- ----- l I Btoome, 10 without t' ps, I
not a little.Ve hope no one of our 1 12 I lv.. J. M. ;;" 1 Rockaway, 4 scat : found in siirilar; esfiblishrnent
reci-ived George 1 sccond-i! and Car r'all, Store nex. door above G. II. Miinniss'ca; lion-
Jar&itV will
readers in the go into a con. i ----- -- ----- --- --- 1 per
Madison Female Seminary H\S Orleans, '\ xxhich will be "ld on the best of term. roe street.
niption fit" on account of the h atrocious libel"ifsuch i' ,-----1 G. Also, on hand Si.ldle! ?, Bides, double and single April 1-, 'SI?. IT lv

it is : MADISON C. II., FLORIDA. Flour, Bacon Sides f ; harncssa'd! everyarifty (jf Goods aid Wares usu-

A party gentlmen were conversing upon qiiii: t.ext. session of t the MADISON FEMALE.L : I Hogshead choice ; < alI founJ in a S.Ildl'JE.tabl: !.hment ; and allkinda GEO. H. BESTWICK,

the all absoibing topics of the unhappy differ.cnces SEMINARY, will commence on Wcdric.-da) For sale as low as any of work done at the i shortest notice, &:. Wholesale i: Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer,
1 the lUlh of : next.
day July April 2<'J. t I&.lo. 11. E.! HULL.
existing between the North and South, In addition to the ;"ieent Faculty, tluc-e other -------- --- ---- / Bhck- March ir., m.-iO. in TALLAHASSEEFLORIDA
and each one of course, had something to b
in f avor.fhisnwu> State. One of the gentle. I with the nrxt Term. FINE stletlion of 11 ; t t t t ; "5gned\ Claret Wine. KEEPS* cah piiirc, for ,3:haI the article" in '

men remarked that he belonged! to Jer r,1 paiticulais, fceP Circulais and Cataloging. A SUlitr with l or this \ FEW cases supeiior St. alien, just received I Ihislinewt busmen FlnursofbetqualiiesSugar. :
er'l Tt.is I InMilutii.n i> now in !>uccc",fulop>'r&li ion, rid many ( : i- and for sale by Coffee, Teas, Saron Hams, ".v p.t. a! d"sN'its; Rai
hold foith the and Travel, lIumbrldl'/I JL
und was proceeding to rn.' ,' all other article
and visually
atKinii! every po..iblea"Ia?e for )vt-uiig Ladies to McNAUGHT & ORMOND. lin$. Lard, Whiskey
of that much abused portion of our Union, 'I' acquire a thoidujh; ai.d lefiui-d Education. ico, Los Gringos, &.C.. for. ; \ Xt'wportpriI13.. I IS-jQ. 1JCabinetMaking. I'ound in similar l"tabiislmrnts.U: persons wanl-
when he was interrupted! by a jolly looking I. W. L" HARTSON, A. M., Printipal. \ I lug to purcha..eany of the above article, are respectfully -
Newport April 13: t :( ) before
customer with merry ye and sotnewliatelongated _h______. __ ___ i irf invited to call and price them buy.
: BO.\RI OK TRUSTCES.: made 'HE subscriber having taken the I i lug elsewhere. .
the and --- --
proboscisith interrogatory: Paintings S.'*r' "-" 2*> \ I Store formerly occupied by L. & H Hreenberj ;
Hon. R W. PARRA President Board. County > Shop and Ware-Room recently!
*Do you really belong to Jersey 1" Ibu. I D. H. MAYS, IRE U t A SMALL and choice !, Thomas occupied by: Mr. Gerard mgel hot"ls. fc Co.corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets. .

.'I do inde.da! the answer. I. BUNTING Eq.. \ l i is prepared to Manufacture kinds Cabinet Fur- \ Mav 12, tSt< 1*

band. Ah W. A. BR'.NSON: D., Newport, April 13, 1*>! hand good asnrtmentwhicli
Well.then give me your poor f niture and ha"now o.i; I Volunteers.TjMIF. .
--- ----- To the Florida
Jersey !I" he continued with a deep.drawn W. L. TOOKE:, Esq., S. F. I ; I stilt be sold (low for cash. GEO. DAMON. I
Rev. H. Z. ARDIS Srcietary.S. Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, an l on undersigned will attend to the rollec-iion of
sigh, poor Jersey)' Come, sir, "hatl you B. THOMAS, Esq.: Tieasurer.: T\7"OULn rtfipectfully I reasonable, terms. January 19. 1"3'J 2 l m azainsf the Slate or the United Staffs

take to drink You are welcome very V\" fiiends and the } tate of --- ---.-- -- -- for service ft-n 'erd by, or supplie" furni!hed. ttt
N. B. The Session
Lest that can be had on board this boat." next will open in the Rooms I and well assorted stock oJ I elll.' T HE Quincy Male and Female Academyre.opeiied Florida Volunteer ca'-t'd into service of the State :

Tho somewhat surprised, in. on Madison I the premises, occupied bv the Princpal. I I GOODS comprising every ; Estate, JL Januaiy 7lh. The econU ses9i, durinz the recent Indian outbreak. '
gentknun 25
of the May 1S50. 2' stapleusually *<>ld in this *, .t will commence June tilh.( Students may enter at Rein thoroughly 'I1\.r.anl with all the for!" i'
the joker's esteem for --- ------
quired reason is time d'irin the and,after Ihe second week the lIalIt',
receiving daily. any year and htlsir.FlQ nec(:>?rj fur the collection>!
b Jerseymen ? HEAD-aUARTERS FLORIDA MII March l Hi. isrio. "ihe session they will be charged only from Ihe he Hatters himself he will he enabled to give full :

Ml is not exactly) esteem-the feeling Icherish Tultahamte, .May : 5I ----------.-- 5 I )r-. time 01 entering.( Board may be had at prices varylog 1li.action! to those entrusting; their claims with

toward those unforutnate people, Turpentine from 8') to 5lOper month. For further particulars him.
see printed catalogue, which may be obtained Reference-All who know bin.GEORGE .
!I" he supply
smacks more compassion replied. ;
I by application : W.
and Ca-.t '
10, 11. 12 t
said the
Please explain yourself, Jelf"J. & Spear's Cut and WflU *. Jan. 20.1>:,}. 3 Principal. : 2-1. 1"-V). 7 !

man ; I do uot understand you. Received per Brig : 1s0. Notice. --

Well, then, the fact i is," was the answer, \ : Robert Fletcher Institute.
4' I believe the people from State: are a. WHEREAS, An election of Major General for Ihe Newport, February 23, ,: : SIX months after dst, I hall present my accounts Madam Rumor says that slndpnl5 i iI
your Florida Militia, was held on the M. vouchers t In the Honorable Court ol Pro- WHEREAS to come to this Institution cannot
bout a apt to be dry, as any class of men out first Monday of April ultimo: and it appealing by a bales for the County of Leon, and ask for a final settlement I find hoarding hcu-es : To all whom it may con 1

and I never met one in my life but he was lull canvass of the returns m.dt to the ExecutiveOtlice BARRELS ) I and discharge as Executor of I the last: will cern. I send ;rf.f'tin?. that I have in my hovtt en iIhe

cither too mean or too poor"to buy a drink- that BENJAMIN HOPKINS is duly Heeled Lj14j I I 6 do. MESS Prime that said I and testament of: WiUiaTumer, deceased. hill at the Institution, ample rouir.n, tc,// fu'; i ilJi.
General of taid2d of FItrida; 1 It MATHEW TURNER.
Major JvisicJ Militia: : ap- the aeeomrnvdolvmefthirty
b I make a point"to treat a Jersey man when. _\ow./I it lltrrtfurt J.wUl. Thai I"t above na. 5 2 halt Kegs barrels Leaf Lard, that said February 2. b:O. 4 6m htz.slmlrntiand wi1hfireplaes.for will pioinne'o give them pent7! ;

ever I meet one Benjamin i is hereby proclaimed duly heir furnis.
Hllkll 1 hhd. clear side Notice. of good wholesome diet, three times 3 day. I
--- elected Major 2nd -ilionl.101.ida Militia 1 do. shoulder limits lights and do their washing alt for ten dMa J'er .

"Sound Public Sentiment."-The Nation and when commissioned, will be obeyed and re- 10 bbls. St. Louis "' I States of THE subscriber having filled up the TANERV month, one half paid l in advance t e other at t tend tb
spectt-d accordingly. this place known as Raker's Tanvard has ot the
do. jear.
al! Intelligencer considers it t as an evidence of THOMAS BROWN, 5 planting icrved now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER P. P SMITH.

sound public sentiment in Aikansa, becausea I i; Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 20 1 bushels hhd. fine Petit Sugar, (lor site ; and will have tine BOOTS and SHOES FletchervilleGa.Fcb. 22, 150. 7 3m

Democratic paper of that State has declared By the GO\'trnor-\lcst : 10 barrels Rectified Smith, mad.- to order.] He has on hand a superior article ofdoubledsoled -

: for the Union .if ihe L. A. THOMPSON. aid pe : NEGRO SHOES. He would herere- Raisins Cheese &c.
that the people are and I Ceneral.May .* Just rec'd. per sc.hr W. Figs, ,
Adjutant: Inspectoi of the turn his thanks to the citizens of Gad?den and the
Wilmot Proviso should be passed fifty times 2', t 5:0 20 3t Mc petition! adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say 90 BOXES English Dairy Cheese,
Newport March 9, tS .
over." This may be the notion of people thereof to them thaI he will continue to manufacture: Leather 10 Drums fresh F'jrs,

there, but we should be sorry to Bee the er.. Pain Killer. Plow order be Boots, and Shoes, al his old stand in Gadsden 20 Boxes do. Raisins ;

periment tticd, because we think it would be supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,just news- County, near Quincy. lIe wilt he glad at all times I Box Citron Ci
AFRESH assoitmonl of wide Oak Bark 10 Boxes Champaiffne ef.
and lor sale by AN to exchange any of the above articles for ,
dangero-js one. Uy the it seemsto .uilahlr for lleidsick Ch Wine.
way rnp..iiIlle
a .
T. WHITE CO., Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper.
us a though the Intelligencer has permit Novef ber7, 1849. 43Bagging k Agents. Abell and for tale by fj3-: Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits.can With a variety o! a.-licle of the kind. riC't'Iedper

ted its zeal for the Union to run into extremes. have employment. Efneline, and'or sale byMcN.AUGHT
Newport March 9, IS'> w. H. MCMILLAN. k OR IOSD.rpwpo.t.F'bru3ty *
made from Southern
Extracts are papers, ac. -- 21. 1350. 7
2. S-.O.. 4 ly __
compariied with comments calculated! to in. ROPE, AND SALT for ale by PRINTERS' TallahasseeFebruary-- ----.-
--- -- ---
ducat he belief that the main body of the people MeN AUGIT &ORMOND. No*. ; JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Bagging and Rope. 'w
January 5, I WAREHOUSE
of he South are for the Union, let (the Nawport 18:0. :2 I HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.T1UJLDINGS 93 PIECES Kentucky Basging,

Northern people do what they rna/ In fact ------ -Tin Manufactory.--- SHERIFF STREET, NEW __ Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house 30 coils Rope,
ft-r Ion sale, of their OWII bale Twine
the of the Intelligencer I is such al.! 13 insured against loss by fire. 1 ,
course a engaged ad.iliona workmen, we are ved patent Single and LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gnnny Cloth.'
most to invite the North to stand up to their HAVIilG to fill in our line in a (r1ie-lI. for newspaper and ; .GI 26,1 180. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. Just received per Schooner Pettes. and 1 for sale, by
anti. slavery notions in the lice of the Con. prompt and satisfactory manner. AM orders frcm ing Machine, Proof McNAUGHT t OR IO\D.

,-. ttitution. We are constrained to this remark the countlwi receive immed'ate attention. A with wrought !on C)1i I of Garden---- Seeds. Newport, February 23, 1850. _
mercha and dealers. Presses also
given to : Standing ; -
from the impressions made ou our own mind tj T WHITE.CO. plate Presses, Binders that on LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS u Fancy Sugar.

by the editorial! of that paper, a to (their im June 9, 1849. 23 Cases, Galleys Furniture will A j nt received from the celebrated garden of G] BARRELS extra fine Vacum Paa Sugar rectifcd

port. In tbii the Intelligencer doer not pre. &c., &.C., constantly on Com! R. Garretson, on Long Island. For sale by 5 per "_ Peltts," and for sate byMcNAIXHT
sent the true state of feeling at the SOUl h.- Fruits, &c. cessary for a complete LEWIS & AME 1 t ORMOXDJ'
Type and Ink, furnished January 5, IS.IO. 52 23, IS50. 1
Whatever may be our personal desires or an. RAISINS ORANGES, tl'.rml Printers, R. Co. Newport February _

Apathies, a fair and candid exhibition of the DS, UNIONS LEMONS etablish a New paper Blacksmithing.GOOD Liverpool Salt.

whole truth, ii the best and safest course for APPLES IRISH, ni.hlitb an estimate ; substantial, and cheap D1 cksruithing of SACKS in fine order.(blenched Satk.s i'|,
POTATOFS. desired Machinery mad to kinds done at Ihe Stable oc .
all concerned. MACKEREL bar-I. and kitti to .,just Shop near my 1 1UU received per Barqu R H. Gamblc
and Coiling
Brokaw. >
PICKLED TONGUES, copied last year by Miller & sale by McNALT.HT: &- ORiiOM -
nEEI' teell .
\ h related received sale by lure superior cast January 20,1840. 3 A-A. FISIIER.S. Newport, February 23, 1S.!,. t _.
Anecdote I'Qhinton.-1 Jus ant McDOUGALL. and other Saw, a supply ---- -

that when tb o wtre about to 22. 1S4P JOlN SO ulantly on hand. I S. Knight Gentlemen's Clothing.

march out and lay down arms at Yorktown, -Dltembr N. B.--Proprietor*of continue business_ his old stand, where rA LL and well selected 9tlI' Clo1fiJ(:
Ihree WILL
Washington said to the American army, Mybovs. London Porter. of the their advert paper inernent containing it ( ) just re. hopesto wait on such'or hisfriendtas haveherftofore'exlendeil'so A's received per EI\elir.I', a'4 rr sa flfQf2.'Cwiritt byMAlTlLT .

leUbere be no insult over a courieredfoe CASKS qaarti and pints just received and for ment on purchasing of us liberal a patronagepromis.ing fair .t; _
L 2 that all shall have rced srlichsat price i5". '11i
Wbeu they lay down their arms don't sale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. t th.r bill. l'.br'iar- n,..
14 I April 0?, 1 IS I 19
for 111 Newport April 11, ISW. May I. )1530.
Iiuzz* ; piy rUuna