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 15, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON & DYKE.( TALLAHASSEE FA., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1850. VOLU1TE n-NO. 23.Statement t ,l :' :

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of the Kentucky Regiment.The df'r immediately they were called upon by, From the German of Jlahlnun. I ly around the magnifcent" Don LIe Spring," mer rain, shining in the ice-gem: till the trees PERSEVERE. :::.'..

Gen. Lopez, who would surround them with THE GRVTH! GRVE! which boiled up sufficient to turn seemed turned to living jewels spieading a BT C. y, PINE. .\ !

Expedition to Cuba. two regiments. The other regiment would litest are (lie dormant a mill; .wheel, in the very centre uNIte evergreen golden veil over the setting sun, or a white Young nan, toiling on obscurelr.I "" ', ..

Editor Tallahassee Sentinel : march quickly through the city to the Railroad J n deat I h They repose grove. Here a pulpit had been laised, gauze around the midnight muon ; sporting Struggling 'gainst an aJHne tide, : .'

) Westome depot, seize the. cars, and cutoff communication I'rtun bondage and toqnlnt. and before it was the inspearable altar for in the cataract ; sleeping in the glacier ; With Which a high the and honest purpose .. .'
Sir-On leading Key eight: di: ys From and mocking world deride; 0
with Matanzas and Havana, the firt! passions :011; mourners. Beyond these at the distance olfifty in the hail-shower
dancing folding bright Faint not, fear m.t. brave the nr"p .
home I
to return was authorized by Col. From the joke of ficwoild} and the snare* of cur ,
ago VHara, Lt. Col. Picket, and oilier officers of 30() and the last 90 miles from Cardenas. Uy traitor, paces, a succession of plank tables extended snow curtains softly above the wintry world Fact the storm however rude i.. "

Kentucky regiment: in the late day light our army was to take the cars, proceed : The grate, the giavc, i is:the true libnator J in the [form of a great circle, or the and weaving the many colored iris, that ser. Truth will triumph thou wilt conquer, -.t
engaged God will
the ne'er for ake the .
Cuban expedition, to correct, on their behalf to Matanzas\ a city of 18 or OOOO inhabitants i Griefs chase one another, perimeter of a polygon, completely enclosingthe aph's zone of the sky, whose harp is the rain gau. t I
and there make the first demonstra area about the odoriferous. of !),> the proud deride thy calling. .
misrepresentation* that relttti"e ]. Ainuud the earth dome, spring. \1 drop earth, whoso roof i is the sunbeam of ;.
any might appear tion.! A detachment of 50 men from the In Ihe aims of the mother steam of most t delicious savor diffused itself heaven all checkered o'er with celestial flowers Mock thy pflortsat the start .
to our ernbatking in the affair and Kf'n.1 With a scuffing coldness,
to .
unvarnished ; ; lucky regiment, under Lieut. Col. > -IIIE i is our Isoflie.s through the air ; this was from the pits of the : b the mystic hand of refraction. Still To thy proud and hO galing.? :
ire the !! facts touching the con. 00 plpa"u,,e tl The I thoughtful. are w i"er- ) lt hert .
duct,: of the American soldiers engaged in it. take possession! ofthe Railroad. As the IP- i The gravethe t gra\iers, their one I ral1ili.I| adjacent prairie where the fifty slaves of Peter always! it is beautiful--lhat blessed life water Persevere! alain a station ., :
: 1, column of Brinson, in the No bubbles: With the gifted and the great, .
Kind maining force was moving on, by were engaged cooking pio- poison on its brink ; its foam .
Through indulgence I hasten do the
: to good .
your man
Those who location
recehed with vollies I mised i barbecue. now scorn thy ,
companies: they were brings not madness: and murder no blood
as 1 have already noticed: in difTeient On hies ocean path, ; Then ill gladly kiss thy feet.
to accoUnts from the and Governor's palace. and ThE itself was alive staina its \ ,
mistakes, and garrison ttoiin; have expended grove literally ,teeming liquid glass ; pale widows and starving
many great The latter some gross a general engagement soon cn u'd. Brisk' Then I urbulent math l ? swarming running over with strange figures orphans weep not burning tears in its las t the venomed breith of slander .:
misrepresentations. thy frame been thrown,
particularly firing continued for nearly three hours through ,ore }his labors u''u ted by slaudej| and rancor ? shape, men, women and chil- clear depths ; no drunkard's shrieking ghostfrom Front the lom'l soul of ." .,
Savannah 3
the serpent
in the Georgian, editor of whichtays The a\c, the i i3 his sure hovvcr anchor envy J
he obtained his information in the windows ofthe. garrison and Governor'shouse ; 11 grave dren. All Shelby county was there. The ,ihe grave, curses it in words despair That would keep t .worthy down? 1

'' with General 1 Lopez.I an inter- and from the top hou-.es... The doors To gaze on the (faces hunters had come, rifles in hand, and dogs SPeak] out, my friends, would yini exchange it Persevere with manly patience, ", : .
cw battered down, Of lost ones anew- at their heels the for the demon's Time will heal the wound you feel. ',
ofthe garrison were finally balking ; rogues, refugees drill:, alcohol ?
will first To lock in oiiibiacos
briefly state' the the name such taini vanish '
reasons 1'100
why we may
engaged in the expedition, and abandoned when thirty-odd ofthe Spanish: j soldiers; came The loved and the true and gamblers, with pistols in their belts and A shout like the roar of a tempest answered A* thy breath, irom burnished steeL .

why we out threw off their uniforms and shouted v1va tt'eie a rapture to ibAe even j>aradi-brighter; big knives peeping c: from their shirt bosoms, "No"_-No!" '. '
it after I For .
eo sigiiHl
a victory at Cardenas.! fire still The the the rcuniter while here and there be encouraging example, .'..
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We wish our motives and conduct to be Lopez A destructive being giate grave gicat might seen i sprinkling Ciitics need never tell me again that backwoodsmen Scan the I n.imes on I"tory.p:;",

understood, that our kept up from the Governor's palace, General Crown the corpse then willi laurels, of well dressed planters with their wives are deaf to the divine voice of eloquence Tho- who most their race have honored '.

fully tht and countrymen may appredate Lopez at length set fire to it, and the house The con.jucror'arealh! ; and daughters. ; for I taw, at that moruent, the missionary Giving glory to their age; 1:

1 one justify the other ; our was soon reduced to ashes. The Governor Make jo\ou. with carols The tumult was deafening, a tornado of held the hearts of the multitude as it Names ul I Newton and of Franklin, .
Jeeds are before them, and, with a The chamber ol death,, And a thousand more ;* bright
I commentary, we are willing to submit proper t to the then surrendered the city, and the fighting And- welcome the victor with cymbal and psalter babbling tongues, talking shouting, quarrelling were in the hollow of his hand ; and the pop. Names that gain increasing glory ".

decision of those from whom we inherited the ceased. The grate, the grate, is il" ?',.iy exalter! betting cursing., for amusement. Suddenly ular feeling ran in a current so irresistible, With the world's,increasing light. .

;'. spirit which impelled us in the, adventure that During the day, preparations were malting] ---- a cry;arose : Col. Watt Foeman !- that even the duelist Walt Foeinnn, cUred not IEf\'ert? unceasine eflbif,

now brings us beibie th'm.re feel for our march on :Matanzas ; but towards PAUL DENTON: Hurrah for Col. Watt Foeman !"-and the venture another interruption during the meet. though and weak it he. .

chivalrous sure evening, General Lopez received intelligence OR TEXAS CAMPMEETING.BY crowd parted right and left, to let the lion "S- May o'ercome whate'er opposes,
that intelligent, and i
will \( patriotic: Americans that a large force was already coming against TiE Lyncber pass.I I have just reviewed my report of that singular And work miracles for thea. ..... .
not for(
censure U$ what have Dc assured reward will follow
we us from Matanzas and Havana. Orders were turned to the advancing load star of alleyes speech in the foregoing sketch but ,
; Gold
done nor condemn the high motives and CHARLES SUtMIRI'IF.LD. will come to him who delve.
that then given to re-embark. Several companieswere and shuddered: involuntarily at the devilish alas I discover that I have utterly failed to H"lesl industry must
bright hopes urged u* on in this prosper ,
undertaking. Nor will they fail to desperate : !.1 sent down to the steamer, and were engaged During the last week in September, 1S3G, i countenance that met my glance, and yet convey the full!! impression as my reason and God helps those who. help themselves \
in reshipping the baggage and provisions the features were not only youthful but cmi. imagination: received it. The (to ---- ---- --
our return to "freedom's soil,' afer peeing the : the first buccessful camp.meeting was held inEasterti language Attempt of a Canon of the English Church
which had been placed on the cars.- nently handsome ; the hideouSness lay in the be sure, is there-lhat I never } ..
IndifF-rence: and abject timidity of the, Texas. I employ the epithet 'uc. to Convert the Pope.
people About} down the who remained look full fire ferocious murderous.It but it lacks the "
sun troops up ofsavage spirit ; the tones unutterable!
<,Cuba, which! seems; to have I't'straillrd them cessful! because several previous failures had A letter from Home, dated May 2,
in the probably tOO()(} effective was in the redd ish-yellow eye-balls itharrowy pathos, the mournful says :- 'f
city, numbering \ cadences music, alternating '-
from rallying around their cho-en leader, and apparently rendered cflbrts of a like kind perfectly One ofthe most interesting occurrences of .
men, were attacked I by a body infantry: and pupils, that seemed to fi.t4ijets of lurid with crashes terrible it lack f .
his little band, who had come thousands} : of hopeless. Indeed, the meridian, at the power ; last week was the interview ofthe Rev. Dr. ,:
some) hnccrs, their number being from the ; in the thin lips with their the gesticulation, now graceful the ota t
fame sneering as play
miles to unfurl the banner of I Independence. period, was most uncongenial to religious and Townsend canon Durham, with the Pope. ", .
200 of the former, and nearly smile. As the he willow! the
general account, everlasting icy to rest wasa golden itt wind, and anon, violentas
If is needed I moial > The I mentioned in
more will also state the enterprise. country bordering on a previous letter that the ReDoctor's ,-.
100 of the latter. The infantry were tall, athletic, very powerful man. His train, the motion of a mountain pine in the hurricane .
insurmountable: difficulties: which surrounded the Sabine had been occupied rather than object was to endeavor to induce his
quickly repulsed, and scattered off. The Ian. a d.zen armed desperadoes followed him. ; it lacks that pale face, wrapped in its
IH on every: side. We ak not that the mantle ,I by a of adventurers almost as Holiness to do away with the bickerings, ani.
cers made: some gallant, but very rash charges, etll'c cass Foeman spoke; in a voice, sharp, piercing dream ofthe spirit land. and those unfathomable mosities and
charity be thrown as the whom they had scarcelyexpelled discords which
over our acts, savages polemical keep
fir as our men were so posted along the streets, I as the point of a dagger ; h Eh Brinson, eyes, flashing a light such as neverbeamed the various .
we are proud of the impulses: that led u* and the beast ofprey which dis. denominations of Christians
that scarcely a man or horse escaped-nor sti where i the new missionary ? We want to from sun stars. and more than all, | separ.ate -
from our homes and friends to a foreign land, puted their domains primeval Pro. o and at enmity: and, by calling a t
coti'd have escaped, had then been give him plumed !" it lacks the of general
: a coat rmgnetistn soul that
to aid an iron-ruled people, who, we were told, I many l Jl'bMonal gamblers, refugees front every land, tie mighty council to establish the basis of a universal
number of lancers for our men lie has arrived the seemed difluse itself ; : f
twice the : not yet replied plan. to the bearers, asiewlessstrearn .
and believed, sighed for aid to sunder the forgers false coin, thieves, robbers and rnur- creed. It was certainly a bold! attempt for a .
shot to kill." Our loss, as near as it can be ter. a \ of clectricty, penetrating the .
chains that Spanish! tyranny had riveted deters, interspersed a race of uneducated Protestant clergyman to the Pope him- ,
ascertained in the absence of an official report : among Well I must wait for him brain like fire cont'er
suppose we ; some secret melting all hearts, self but the
them. doctor
Our appeal is 10 those who have been i hunters ad herdsmen, made up the was determined to beard

taught to value! liberty dearer than life, to those. was, in all, from 10 to 15 killed, and strange social miscellany ; without courts, or hut put the barbecue on the boards! ; I am ashungry and mastering every volition. the lion in his den, and on Friday last he went i ito ,

who would from I 15! to 20 wounded.In churches of schools the as a starved wolf. The Camp-meeting continued, and a rl""i'a1 the encounter in fiill dress .
rejoice to see fi'c'dom-the offspring : prisons) : or or even canonicals. After
of going out of the bay of Cardenas: nftcrnight I cannot ti the missionary comes ; the attended it, such as never before; or was knelt "
to kiss the
our own )beloved shadow of civil authority subordination having: Pope's hand, Dr. .
country the, Creole fast aground about five barbecno is witnessed in the forests of Texas. But .. .
got property. unfortunately Townsend
the oppressed! of every land. I I soil o' unprincipled here was invited by his Holiness to take :
miles {fEintthe) city, whejc she remained until A fearful, 1'ght blazed in Foeman's eyes on the ]last day of ezerriae-, chair and : :
is well known that Gen. Narcio Lopez fieice passion sat enthroned waving its bloody tie a an anim.1ttd contention: commenced
day light neil( morning. All the ammunition as he took three towards Brinson, and news arrived on the ground a neighbors
has been for nearly two years;; engaged: in organizing sceptie! the bloody bovtie knife L"*t no one steps in Latin a fit language for controversy ,
but boxes and large fairly shouted Fetch the meat lug farmer had been murdered and hi wife
eight some arms a quantity instantly, or arJ in which
: an expedition to aid the Creoles; of accuse me exaggeration, lor the sake of dl a.malic one disputants might he
of provisions, were! thrown overboard, I'll fill own stomach with a dinner of and children carried prisoners the .
Cuba your away by be
whom presumed match ;
he slated were lipe f.r revolt! effect ; 1 am speaking now of Shelbycounty a for each other. The
and the off by putting: lead and steel Indians.
and determined to be free ; and that all they steamer was finally got -the home of the Ljnchars-the terrible Pope was upon the whole very tolerant, as i
: of the men on a small island, This was the ultimatum of one whose authority The missionary info the pulpit !
I a great many young sprang he from
required was to have him at their head. Hi's locale, where ten later, forty per. may imagined his having not only listened ;
I who were taken aboard again when she years was the law, and the planterobeyed and proposed t the immediate organization with calmness
landing on the Uland; was to be the signal for sons were poisoned to death at a mariiagesupper. 011) to Dr. Tmvnsend's arguments
floated.As without The of a to the The
smoking company} pursue savages. in favor
a of the Catholic
general rising the people.! He wanted releasing clergy ] -

but a small force to accompany him from the soon as we got out of the bay, the officers I will be o1J'iouthat., in such a communitv viands, were arranged on the tables, h) a bUcctsol T ?being adopted, the. mover* ** himsel (fromtheirvow'!! .of c1oacJ' }but also assur- .,
discuss afiVirs of slaves and thron Ifi |I..I *V --
and to score the nreonrpcl inbVKun.v .
i nited States, as a nucleus around which the
VoDt. ......1d S. uJJ: : 4..11., 1ft. .t.tlJhnJ cor he proposed to r-go ? He stated to Mantua.It .- ; accordingly a dozen pealed from the pulpit, loud as the blast of a enemy it) the grand prairie. The mis. reign, especially after bLuing received pres .'

: respondencevith: some of the leading citizens was then submitted !by, the officers of companies i! different trials, at various times, had never trumpet in battle. .* itay t gentlemen and ladies i sionary charged foremost of his troop, and sing letters upon the sufjfc from Germany,

of Cuba, urging him to come to their a.s>i- j to their men, whether they would re. collected an hundicd hearers on any single till the giver cf the barbecue asks l Hod'sblessing having performed prodigies bravery, fell- but that in the present state of Italy, and .
tance as soon as pos.iiJlc-a.one, if needs be. occasion.! IS'U! even these were allowed! I the hand of Indian rbut shot
no not .
Cuba and todo I by an by a indeed of continent innovation
turn to a great many 01jPctl',1 I thehoe any
We were to land at a point on the hiand tu worship in peace ; uniformly the first t dayor from of his horsemen !
go, having: lost all confidence in Lopez, hi, > Every heart started, every eye was directedto one own on part wou1 be dangerous even if
where a large number of the people were already promises, and the disposition: or ability of the night i a laud armed desperadoes, headedby the speaker and a whispeiless silence en. I need scarcely name the assasiin-the he bad the power act freely I which he had I

: organized and armed, in readiness to Cubans to revolutionize the island.Vhen the nutoriou* Wat Foeman, chief judge sued, for all alike were struck by his remarkable reader will have anticipated me. The incarnate not, being by no mean- the free agent that he

receive us, and join in a glorious struggle for and executioner ofthe Shelby Ljnchers, broke He almost in Col. Watt Foeman, chief hangman his first
this was made known to Lopez, he resigned: appearance. was a giant fend. was on accession to the throne. The

;; their JiIJt'rtIuch: evidence was adduced his command: and a-ked i as a favor of the into the altar and cal' red the mourners or stature, though scarce twenty years of age ; of Shelby: Ljncheis, and ten years sam objection would prevent him from call ..

going to show!; that the Cubans were compe. army that they would land him on the inland, I ascended the pulpit and treal.d the preachetsto his hair dark as ; ) wing, flowed down later 3 master cook at the poisoned wedding. ing a general council, cr attempting to unite .

tent to achieve their independence, that they with his thirty Spanish soldiers and as many a gratuitous robe of tar and tcatlers-! his immense shoulders in masses of natural Such is the only fragment from the biography the great and divided family. Christians, although !. .

only wanted the banner to be raised and the others a were willing t to"go with him. The Hence al prudent evangelists soon !learned to I i ringlets, more beau'iful !than any ever wreath of a wounded genius ; the sole twinklingray he fully the grandeur of thoscheme '
firt !bfow b" I shun th left bank of the Sabinu if it had admite .
to struck. lIe was. represented as : of that and .
question then arose, can this hp done 1 The ed around jeweled brow of a queen by the a dazzling luminary, rose set protested own desire for peace and -

to bo Washington; of Cuba and we would Captain: of the steamer was called, and stated been infested by a cohort demons ; and two I labored achievement of human art ; his ejes in the wilderness-a torn leaf from Paul I harmony, and wept at Dr. Townsend's enthu.

appear as the little band of Lufayettes, DeKnlbs whole! )ears without any new Denton's book tlife. Peace his ashes.He .
that there was not fuel enough to run to the j eaped attempt black as midnight, beamed like stars O"er a () to -siastic picture England recognizing in Pio '
and Kosciu-kos! fighting with him, that: j to erect the cross il so perilous a field. well in that lone isle of f. .
place proposed. The Quartermaster stated 1: face pale as Parian marble, calm, passionless, sleeps evergreens, Nino the head of a unhersal church. After ;.

our own proud eagle might ultimately spreadh that we were already nearly out of water, a! I At length however an advertisement appealed ,pfiitiui, and wearing a singular. indefinable! surrounded by the ever-green sea of the great three quarters of an hour's discussion the Rev. .
: "free pinions over" the coral-bound Queen very little had been got aboard at Cardenas. i promising another ellori; in bt-hdll of expiession, such as might hate been shed by I prairie. Nature's beloved! son inherits her canon took his leave, placing in the hands of ,

of the Antilles En'J the few officers-myself among the j the gospel. The notice was unique, a perfect the light of a dream 101 Paradise; or the lu.miuuus consistent tomb-that ]last t possession, the inalienable his Holiness:a document containing the principal .
Those who enlisted us in the entorprize backwoods curiosity, both as to its tenor : of all time !
The fee-simple heads of his
number-who had before signified their willingness shadow of an angeJ wing. argument, which appears to
men of the highest character and station- md lode of Let me give it -- -
to accompany the General, now declined I lulJlicatiol. heterogeneouseiowd, gamblers, hornicioVs have made some impression on the pontiff's
From Indian River
were perfectly convinced !
by the representations I the The steamer, thejefore, 7rLaim.. gazed in mute astonishment.The mind,judging from the fact of his having sent ,
: of Gen. and others that attempt. I We indebted to the Savannah
Loppz a :>pecdvrevoution Bar ecue Camp Meeting. b.. sounded are .Yeus I to the doctor's
headed fir Key West. We lay at anchor missionary prayed, t it : lik residence on Sunday last, only
j, in the Government of Cuba will be for from Indian river the
was a Calp Meeting. to commence intelligence by .
some forty miles from the city a pilot I no other praer ever addressed to the two days after the interview, requesting to be "
certain. And being animated by that noble\ unti the last t Monday of this multi Ii, at the steamer Monmouth} which arrived at Savan. made
was next Spanish I the Almighty. It contained no encomiums on acquainted with the period of Dr. Town .
procured morning.
ambition which warm. the !hearts of the Double (; Peter nah the 27th ult. A number of tracks ,
truly Spring near Urinson's i in on
brave and steamer was'at Key West early in the morn- \ l\e the splendor of the divine attributes ; no petitions send's return, (he had just gone to Naples,) as .
generou they were willing to offer the county Shelby. have lately been seen on the sea coast, indicating
A she out she discoveredthe the commands orisons for he should then like to have
themselves inj. was coming I in tone ; no some more cQnvcr? .
on the altar oufcedoI1. andere The exeicises. will with the of Indians in that viciniiy. .
: Creole then 2 :UO) miles from open a splendid times and implied presence sation with him."
aniious, that : or Key I distant places, or objects ; no
their friends might }have! an opportunity barbecue. Preparations are b iug made to Three Indians were seen: two miles soqth
; The Pizarro immediately tacked I instruction as to the administraion: of
to wreath their brows with victorious \t. suit all tastes ; lhers will be good barbecue, i ibetter of Indian River Inlet, and were to later from Cuba. ',*
about, and a race commenced, which was intensely : t the "cvernment of the Universe. It related suppose
I laurels! in so noble a cause. :Many\ distinguished exciting, and decidedly critical, so far liquors, and the beet of (ju"pel exclusively to the present people and the pre. have been spies, sent down to thtmo'emcnt The West India mail steamer Thames has '!:'

I men in our country encouraged those PAUL DKXTOX of the troops! in that quarter. Af- arrived at Mobile, with later advices from Cu. ,
; as we were concerned. Within six or eight sent hour; it was the cry of the naked soul, ".
engaged in it, vouching for( the statements! h Spt. 1, 133S. M. E. C." ter being discovered, they went into the ha.
Nothing had been done with the
lfGcn miles of Key West our coal was exhau.ted.and :Missionary) and that soul a beggar for the bread and water j prisoners -
I ( Lopez, and thus !leaving in minds This woods. About miles below, .
the Captain then resorted to burning pork singular ocument nailed to the of heavenly life. twenty I taken: by the Pizarra, tip to the 27th '
no cause for doubt. That we did not intend door of public house and it eighteen or twenty were seen in a body, and ult. The )
every Consul could find ?
; American out
and rosin. According to the statement of a grucl'f' He eased, and not then did I become
PL mercenary invasion of Cuba, our numbers: fireman on the Creole, there were but two \as utached.to the :largest trees at ltr.cctious conscious weeping. ti looked around thro'mv j were pursued, but succeeded in making their nothing definite about them, as they were confined
will show
; ; nor injury to the property of the barrels of rosin when we reached Key of all cross roads and principal trails ; and a hundred faces wet as with I i escape. They have committed no further in a ship, and all communication from
1 tears,
people:, as our conduct at Cardenas attested If and the \ I off few cattle.
even wandering hunters themselves depredations, except driving a shore strictly forbidden. .
West which we 20 or 30 minutes aheadof
rain !
I by the Governor whom we took prisoner and the As the Creole struck the t found i in remote dells of the mountains, Now friends, partake of God's gifts at The inhabitants at present, apprehend no I The papers ofthe 23d and 24th of May are .'

afterwards With released, fully establishes. : pier, Spaniar.drawing up her anchor at quarantine miles away from the smoke of a human habitation. i. the table,my and then: come and sit down and danger ; but the general belief of the settlers glorifying! in the defeat of the ** invincible he- / *'
these facts before our nfer that in the fall should the endeavor I "
countrymen, we of tho Pizarro within His :s, army roes of Palo Alto. Among the orders of the f
leave them to censure or admire the spirit that cannon passed At first many regaruf-J the matter as a hoax listen to Gospel. to force their removal, they will disperse in Captain General, is one to shoot all .
of her. The persons
yards Spaniard was great. be to describe the f..
prompted us to make the sacrifices did would impossible small and hostilities. '
we to excited hut he did notffre. Above the played off by some wicked wag, in ridicule of I parties, commence belonging to the invaders. .
endure the privations we have, and brave the ly un. kindness in which these simple words and W. from the interior,
Rut this
popular credulity. hypothesis was The New York Courier Enquirer :
fortunate adventurers the American I. \ says .
flag uttered that made him the instant 't
dangers that were sure to surround in were on have arrived Fort Russel. One "
I us even floated I negatived by the statements of Peter Brinson, company Letters from Matanzas state that all its in. ;.I .
the realization: of our most sanguine hopes. again protectingly fire hundr-d friends. One heart however, of have arrived at Fort Pierce.- ,
;; and truly proprietor of the Double Spring Grove, dragoons habitants, on the news ofthe invasion of Car "
I will now turn to the active operationsof Respectfully WILLIAM yours,HARDY who informed all inquirers, that he had been in the assembly was maddened by the There are now six companies at Fort Rus. denas, with one accord, tendered assistance

the Army Liberation." The Kentucky evidences of the preacher's wonderful pow. sel and the whole number of United States
employed and paid by a stranger, calling himself to the Government. Arms were given them
regiment, 245 in numbers, left New Orleanson Major Kentucky Regiment. er. Col. Wat Foeman, exclaimed in a in Florida is about 2,500. The
TALLAHASSEE 7 1650. a Methodist missionary, to provide an am. troops armyis by the authorities, but the precipitate flight of '
I the 25th of April, on the bark Georgianna, Jur pie barbecue at the period and place advertised. sneering voice : .Mr. Paul Denton yourreference represented as being remarkably healthy.At the invaders made their employment unnecessary. <

to rendezvous on the island of Muegres t or t ." has lied. You promised us nc.t onlya the hospital: of Fort Russel only six sick ."

and Women's Island, near the coast of Yucatan, regiment The undersigned, concur in, members tho account ofthl Kentucky given by I. But the liquor-the better liquor-are you good barbecue?" but belter liquor. Whereis soldiers were confined, and those not suffering An :American at Havana writes that he :\ I
await the arrival General Lopezwith Major Hardy, as a fair .and correct statement ] to furnish the liquor too ?1" was the invariable the liquor from any serious disease. one hundred and sixty of the captured invaders
the other regiments. The !" answered the missionary in tones From the main of the no .
Georgia nna of the facts and occurrences connected with question of each visitor, There portion army particular marched into the prison of Moro Castle. .

anchored offContoy I Island,twenty: miles North the "The missionary said he would attend to thunder, and pointing his motionless finger information has been received, fur. t

of)tue rcs, on the: Oth of:May\ ; being unable expedition.Dr. S. S. SCOTT, Surgeon.II. that himself!" replied Brinson. at the matchless Double Spring gushing up iher than the reports brought by the troops Value of California to the South.-We .t

to reach Muegres in consequence of adverse II. ROBINSOX{ Capt. Co. D. He must be a precious orginal," was the in two strong columns with a sound like a from the interior, that Billy Bowlegs and have before us a letter from a respectable cit. ,

winds. On the 13th, t'.e steamer!; Creole are gene!at rejoinder. A proposition) which most I shout of joy from the bosom of I the eart h.o .- Sam Jones are still in the swamps, and, have .
F. Jf. of
izen this
E. LoU He is ,
/ved at Contoy with General Lopez and the R. C.'lLfO HARUV 1st Lieut. U J). of them afterwards had an opportunity to verityexperimentally. There," ho repeated with a look terrible as sent Gen. Twiggs word that they are unwi- county, uf. now "

Mississippiand Louisiana regiments, number J. McDERMAN. 2d Lt, P. lightning-while his enemy actually: trembledat ling to remove, Gen. Twiggs has arrangements in California, has worked in the mines, and is I. '

ing about 175 men each. After a consultation L. CllISLCR, I need hardly add that an intense excite his feet ; there is the liquor, which God to capture them. and a detachment well apprised ofthe condition of the country. J .:

the steamer proceeded to Muogres\ for Eternal brews for all his children for that is now out.-Jacksonville ;j
a ment resulted. The rumor took wings, rle\y the purpose He says: This is one of the best countries
supply when of water. On the 15th she returned, 'JOIN Y. H. IUHTO.V, on the wind, turned to a storm-a storm of exaggcra.ion 41 Not in the simmering still, over smokingfires Republican, C/A inst. in the world for slave labor. I would not aska '!'
the --
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Kentucky regiment was taken on | echo increased its sound, choked with poisonous and surrounded .
C. H. RAWLINGS, every gasses better fortune than have ten fellows '. .
board California Rocks. Mr. Pat. to i.
the Creole, and early on the morning R. II. CUOCKVTT La. till :nothing else could be heard but' the 15arbecue with the stench of sickening odors and Th Value of negro
ofthe 16th under Regt. Director of the Mint at Philadelphia, to work for in the mines.'* '
we were way, with light it became the focus doth Father in Heaven me year
June 5 1850. rank your .
St Marks Caunp.leeting. !
hearts and bright hopes, fur the, coast of Cuba.It oj' dreams. And thus the precious essence of life, the pure has completed a careful analysis of quartz Such is the language of onE ofo'ir' own Southern .. ,

was generally understood up to this time, has I he unknown (preacher had insured one thing cold prepare water. But in the green glade and grassy rock, considered to be a fair average specimen men, well acquainted with tbo institution .4 I I

that we would land on the South Western The Go\'nlrofennsyh'ania approvedthe in advance, a congregation embracing the en. where the red deer wanders and the child for Col. Fre&nont. which pioves that this slavery, and capable correctly or :
of Prosecuting
coast ofthe Island hil providing dlctiol del rock contains 1,750 of gold to the hundred : ,,1.
at where to '
a point tire population! of the which there God Himself brews t "
was to play ; ,
the and the people of that Commonwealth country i its in this new field of labor. I '* ;
", in which could be profits
very words of Gen. Gonzales, they *' had Attorneys likely the sole purpose of his stratagem. and down, low down* in the deepest ,'aleJl weight. A specimen, gold ,'-

4,000 troops in commission." Hut General. will be called upon next October 1 was travelling in that t part of Texas at the where the fountains murmur and detected by the naked eye yielded but 12jc! to says he, "that California will not be admittedat 'I

Lopz thought to change the design of to vote for an amendment ofthe constitution to and I wherethe the pound, but another one, in which no out. this session. l ,
the session the
proper : elect the Judges by the votes of the people of time, my imagination being inflamed by sing ; and high upon mountain tops Perhaps by next _.
landing at the point alluded to, and determined: district Canal tho common curiosity, I took some trouble naked granite glitters like gold in the sun, ward sign of metal! appeared, yielded $3,40to Southerners here might eflect some change in r.: r '
to each one Commissioner, one ijentcn estimated that "
proceed to Cardenas the North Eastcoa.st. the p'innd. Col, a .
on and attended. But although eves witnessed where the storm cloud broods, and the thun. .
my ..
General and the internal of the
Auditor one General. ofthe lock that be organization country. .
Accordingly the army arrived dt that Surveyor the extraordinary scene, I may well der storms crash, and away far out on the j common hip's cargo may We know that these eban be effected1 f h .
place about 3 o'clock the of Sunday famed Mrs. Howard who killed obtained in quantities altogether incalculable, e5i ,,'
on morning The a wo. despair ot the undertaking to paint it-the wide, wide sea, where the huricane mui '
the 19th ult. Cincinnati last and who has bow1 would be .,$3,000,000, and he says that in such event ; and yet tht su./minionist/ 8- t 1
Shortly previous to landing, man in year, pen of Homer or pencil Hogarth! were alone sir i and big waves roar the chorus, sweep 4 .
would have
General Lopez called a council and stated to since extracted her children from a convent in adequate to the sublimity and burlesque of the ing the march of God"-there He brews it, researches that can be confided in, develop mong u:, u to lay o\n at once : .

the field officers his plan of ojxrationi.! : We Missouri by drawing pistols on the nuns, has complicated lasl,. may only sketch the that beverage of life, health giving water. the fact that California contains all the quicksilver everything to the North. Sbm on such ::1! f" \ :

Were not to tight at Cardenas, as it was ex- gained possession of the property of her late angular: oUllnes. v And every where it i i" a thing of beauty, that will be required' in all the |'rucwee cowardice and want patriolismTM' Mi.SJ.tissfiian ; .
Feted that the garrison there would urrcu. hubbaod, valued at $1OOOO, A space hlJ \ cleared away immediate-i gleaming! in the dew drop, singing in the sum. howeier:. cUcnsivt\ j f,; I

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JVwn Pcnntyltanlan.; many: years was in trying lo pet the'house 'to hair. A kind and warm.henrc.I'riend' he i it, jTloribiau & Journal.: peace-thr person so offending shall be deemed Disclosure cf a Awu Crime."' Hr. Clay &

GLANCES AT CONGRESS. believe Mr. Cobb guilty of forgery. A dis.graceful and, what is nowhere denied, a brave and guilty of a hgh.misdemearior, and shall be Our neighbors of : County Georgia. Mr. Clay has
his Immediately That -.___- _- -___._'_--w-- fined not more than two thoimntt dollar, and
defeat rewarded enterprise. ted tat, erect, and : are considerably excited in of Ibiln 0" 3p

THE: HOUSE OF HEl'RESrNTATlVES.It back of him i iu Judu'c Thnmpstin, ofibe IIAislator.!D-nl1- ; low*. I1. has"thtraight R. B. HILTON &C. E. DYKE, shaH be imprisoned; not exceeding three Jeun.' disclosure of an awful, crime consequence, and the the rnircrJ with the p

Et i b district, in ,this Slate, whose uu(1humored ( tI 'form nf an I Indian, and I he 1 and EDITOXS AN'D PROPRIETORS. "Sect. 2 relates to cn'hfrnents tc arrc&, : thY .
k'co mon to all '0 'form an id"1 of th. : rp lht. and imprisonment of the
-- -- -- -- -- -- of the United States party decouncu..p
the of continuance and freq'int jukes open countenance of I true n'Hthwtsltr, man.He -- -- ----- territory or jurisdiction committing it.
'of the
n-hich.ppf arancc they ba\c object or read or nnd locality in near.lv mik: everybody 'hippy in. !his< vicinity. Heha i h :senator without gillie' or rtprochIn ) ,- Saturday, June 15, 1850. to go beyond the limits or jurisdiction of the I The circumstance, a\
J every, lbc hear e portraits of;the mind "te" ihe a-JvaniRg
cither laughable U\ unjust, or flit tn"'l! in'bis voice, which is very Miong and one of our senator' is a noble specimen Jfa} p The Democratic ConventionFor service of any foreign prince state c- lony. lion, are briefly these : On the 10th March lillle len fC' r
/ riricullulj sonorous, commands attention.: ; His man: on the wintry side ofsix'y.;! He looks-as. district, or people, 8 a soldier o marine. ;
feted. During a session of cventful an. the nomination of candidate for Con. last, Mr. Robert A. Pearce, a A'dmmiccutie
a the
!: speech few days ago. on the, ctt,0uslm, was substantial as the Slate bn rrprescnis/ and i' "'Sec. 3. That if any person shall, within very respects.: than .
and exciting as thft them j from re nl, thone I one of the: M'SMOII. On the whig side there never ras'i'd among lje!, h doubtful"! on, any gn-ss' meet at the Suivaunee Springs on the limits of the United States! fit ou! sod arm, ble planter of that! county died suddenly at'Its' J i Pnpvia .
t to
whose Educations content? prevent themselves with; going picturing are three members )\II.llkc, to know. question. You ask! for Tom Corwin, of Ohio. Monday' next. o attempt to fit out and arm or procure to be residence. .At the time of hit death, then leading Wl, gprS
; afier: this fashion, the public men who I IMvvard SluulJ", of North Carolna ; Henry There he is ; a dar goou-Iookirg] man, with Congressional. fitted out and armed, or shall, kno\vingly, be was teaching school in the neighborhood and ; is a 8J.n1ol
of Alabama and I L. Cling a tout frame, that blazes with in. concerned in the furnishing fitting out. or
; eye in the l of the
boarding deceased
forced into notice the di family
alternately by > California aol the Territories still absorbthe a receiving"grange
are mau
jlWlitrl QOw
North Carolina. 'Ir. Stanly is one tellect., He is unquestionably one If the mosipractised : arming of any ship or vessel, with intent th.-.t t i
sentions or disputes arising out of the nbsorb- of the boldest debaters of his part in the orators in the country ', but he troubles attention of ( 'iiires. Several votes such ship or vessel shal be employed! in the who went by thename of C. Pinckney Henson :(' PIT

ing qu-'stion of ih, day. \\'hl1 Davis Col. Bt. j I and] his: a most penetrating voice. He the Senate very rarely. He hue not po. have taken place in ,the Senate on Clay's service of any ( prince or state, o of said to be an Englishman by birth, 1: 3re float h"e
of Illinois and Col. Jelfrrson lnlse. anc ) h
to issue about II.lit.ppi ; :is a youthful face with a large nosE, nnd i is ken during the present session. You will ob. Compromise hill which would indicate its an)colony,district or people, to cruise or com- aged some 27 or 3 year Henson \i commenced *
near coming an J Den
wee j! size. Mr. IMliard the brave General! Shields hostilities against the subjects, citizens or : calls itself
of helrns the average serve talking that Senator stranger: but was taken by the hand by Pearce
statement! of the former, course ) probable passage through body. close thopes f
member! lie denounced so bitterly a few days to a friend at the window. He looks thinner property of any foreign prince or &atf. of:any jze the
and befriended.
On the
bad his own idea ofthe appearance of these I him Davis' amendment has been rejected by a colony, district or with whom the morning of Po.death, of the t'r
ago, and whose peaceful l character as a clergynun than usual!, as if his wound was wasting ; people people
heroes-for *o hey are in the best sense lt I prevented him from resorting to the hut his complexion is heal'hy' and his eye rote of 21 to :0. The New York abolition of the United Stales are at peace, or shall Hetison was present, and administered to (ho returned to the .

the term. C-.i1. Bissol: has a btern coutrnance i j I I rode of honor, is 1 most prepossessing person. clear. A most chivallic spirit is this excellent Whig Senator, Sward, moved the \Vilmot issue or deliver commission within the territory deceased a dose which was taken for quinine. part)*. 'which ff
and calm <
with coal blauk! a q-iiel, mm. 4
ner. a He is eye social in his nature, and h.is His dark hair is tinged with raand, his senator-Bright of Indiana Here ho is Proviso, but was defeated by 23! yeas to 33 jurisdiction' of the United States, for Pearce soon after: I became wow, and in about Philadelphia the \o\

a heart as the very e.iying; go-*, in the tghton i lice is serious complexion dark. His man. -his broad manly countenance lighted up :any ship or vessel, to the intent that i may be three hours, died in great agony. Hentoa smoothing" E\'eryllf)"
and Mr. with enthusiasm while to something employed as adm-said, so offend
is correct noes.Mr. every
ncr speaking listening person
." Htf i ii the'ordinary height, and IUk cls\iclt Berrien's amendment then removed to another house but n
the fall
\\l\ rejoices ii: well kr. that Cass is telling him. Bright one of the prohibiting ing shall be deemed guilty of a high misdemeanor b01dint Clay

the like slave a man question bred was to arms.his firs!,\*as speech is this \his\\ i, tnd: a fun f fcce in which good humor is the mostprominent boldest and best to he found in the whole legislature from passing Las cither prohibit and shl be fined not more than ten continued visiting the family of the revenge; ; he h 'ts a

I i t.i t.in If he has i is thousand or imprisoned not more than deceased until the rumor was partyvbic.h?
first !CSSIOO. Il wa delivered with eminent i i feature. II'14 very tropical range public men. an error i ing or establishing slavery), was agreed to.- circulated Ih.\{
his name PPreoidenpy
cooltief and dc'.iberalion'! and with a his Southl'rhU. and very wintry to the his frankness and disinterestedness. Every Yeas :30, nays 27. three earwith( forfeiture of the vesse.) I marriage would shortly take place between. ed :ni i
rt ul. "rlh. The holding! a bundle of body is interested in General Atchison of Missouri "Sections 4 and 5 are not .
lion that showed he would stauJ by it. : gentlnmn Mr. Divis* amendment, above the parties. The friends! of the lady and he h
I I t'r beckoning t lor one: of the panes: on the who'l you notice! in I hs,:: seat on ,the rightofthe rejected 'Sec. 0. That if any person shall, within interJ honor.
placed him at once: befJrc the country as anun provided that nothing herein contained shall the sed :and sought, to defeat the marria anc 0f striking <' v
other side; ofthe House is Jacob Thompson, Vice President. He has the mark and territory or jlrsirtion of he United States, ;
and Davis is
of mind CIl ?but about hr of Mississippi. One would' lake him for an bearing of ilia \e t. He personifies in his be construed to prevent said territorial legislature begin, or set on or permit, or prepare the about the last of May, Henson himself determined whose good **n

Budl''f. think-lif eiy*. forty He ; ? Irishman, from his fice. unti his strong south character the West. He talks like the West. from passing such laws an may be ne. means forany military expedition enterprise, on bringing matter to a close, and for him (to th" p? 'F
: longer public < sti w.t1k. He i is He West. He has the to be carried on from thence pgainst the stands upon a n
like the country
with his cane fro effects of}, wound ern accent dissipated impression. votps energy ressary for the protection of the rights of pro. this purpose he waited on the lady at her own ntfless as a r
: onooflhe truest t and best in the the the warmth of heart, and the or dominions of any foreign prince or stale,
and is military in his tastes. I He! has m"mhtc courage of kind which have been residence, and perhaps dined with her and than s-trr
quite perty or of rather
ofthe. any may or colony, district with whom
: people
house v and i is a m"mh of the committee on high honor-all ..characteristic: region any ,
the calm look of a very brave nan, and hisftinkcn I and bordered be hereafter conformably) to the Con ti. the United States are at on questioning her as to ,their marriage, and
is brilliant. There i ismi Way and Means. He belongs to that: tern laved the Mississipj-i; by those( may peace an}person so "I Take

eye in singularly his countenance as if he I !school public men among whom FatherMrKiy pathless)praiiie.3 in which a man's iiincep.I tution and laws of the United States, held in. offending shall be deemtt guilty of high misdemeanor receiving a negative answer, became violently Mr. Webr t

expression suffered from injuries received in ," of North Carolina, was prominent, 'I lions :must ascend, if ever, from Nature tip to or introduced into, said Territory." and fined not exceeding I ) excited, and declared that he had poisoned Senate amen,.a

constantly and he watches zealously all attempts to expend Nature's God. ---- three thousand dollars, and imprisoned not her husband to her and if he
'battle. He. one of the best< t educated men --- get failed!
i Another Steamer. than three to fuginvfhe
i more gird
of the classical the public money. Mr. Thompson j. From the L'oniitr, CfA init. years. in that
and most else should
in Congress, one : CJlarllol no one possess for he ,
Mill a man and one of the very liedpeikers The .Atlantic/ arrived at New York from Sec. 7 gives jurisdiction to United States fugitive r
8pe3kcr. Stepping into the pop lar young Late and Interesting from Havana. would first kill Ler and then himself.
District Courts. The
asks on the thor. But here ,must Liverpool on the lOlh instant, with dates to be i b not as'v
the to The Tessier
branch Merchant
srethe Schr. arrived
Congress spectator Capt. '
"Sec. 8 that, In case: in rumor is that Mr*. P. promised a
two great rivals for ihe ep.akershipWinthrop stop for to-day. at this port yesterday, in six days from the 29th ultimo, making the run in ten days which pro'ites be every and State where
a out armed.
of Massachusetts, and Cobb of The Senate. Havana.By and ten hours. She reports the cotton mar. to be fed armed in with his wishes, bu ;the next Monday she the moose t- ,

Georgia. Win'bmp has the fresh complexion The active but heavy.built gentleman, passing this vessel t we have received a copy of ket in an improved condition, with the im- or wlicb.the attempted forco of any fled vessel of war, &c., or has drove to Thomasville (ih- Court being then in been so lone i i.j -

and tho address of an English noblemen ; is through the rotunda, with rapid! steps, and the Diario de la Marina, of the 2Gih till.,,being session at that pl'c'j) and lodged comp int
that been i in which h
pession general present prices will be augmented or any military expedition j telling ui w
always drcs*.d in peifct taste: ; and is tail pickage of paper in hand, a face beaming: six days later than the accounts broughtby be against him for the murder of her husband.A .
or enterprise begun, or set on J
maintained. The either take
and! graceful. He rejoices in gold spectacles. with intelligence and health, :person( clad ina the Isabel. news tninter stilg. shi I no -j

His manner speaking is finished ; and his suit of gWsy black, is no less a peisonage ,Captain Tessier informs us that the U. S. Tout contrary' to the provisions and prohibitions, true bill wascundtgiinst him by t the Grand I sure of justJ"' 1

articulation! distinct anJ clear ; and his voicemusical 0 than Lewis C..tl, of Michigan.: He stops to steam frigate Saranac, Capt. Tatnall), arrived Judge Woodward'sEulogy of this act,the authority natal and is given the President 1- for the murder, and he was arrested by t on this tvx to employ force to take
and C1Jli\led.' He ,lives in elegant talk with a gentleman: with gray hair who has at Havana on the 26ill ult. She carried out on Mr. Calhoun was delivered on the Shlritan!lodged in jiI I.i the prison.er' ,il I
of and detain
such vessel 'in
j possession ,
style, anJ is () )( gathering about him the just (entered from the a\'tnut and who listens important despatches to the Captain General Saturday last in the Methodist: Episcopal I to the execution of the, provisions and order trunis were frond t number of letters I'D i. fugitive w utc

intellect and fashion constantly! centered at intently tr) the short, quick sentences addressedhim. of Cuba, and also lo Gen. Campbell, the A. Church, to a large, intelligent and attentive of this acl and a'so' for the prohibitions the band.writing uf and signed by Mrs. Pearce,
Washington. His s >eoch against t Gidding That is Daniel S. Dickinson, of New merican Consul at Havana. was stafed, in ; purposeof jury vote u> <1\
; I I audience. It was a glowing tribute to the preventing the carrying on of such expedition which however throw light the awful
and the freesoilers was as fine f specimen of York, not )' so large in stature as one Havana, that the Saranac. been put under I no en is, Mr. We'nte
near of the illustrious deceased ( from the territories
marked 01 enterprise or jurisdiction
Bircaitic eloquence a* Iris been herd ii: the 0 \olJld suppose, considering the noise h1; has the orders of the GovernorolCulia, to astist i memory crime with which he stands: charged. They matter; and ce
of the United States the
House for sears. Mr. Cobb! his ''iccessfulcompetitor "j in-idc in the country and the ability he, h'1 ex. I in suppressing any arnvid' expedition from I by passages of gl eat beauty and pathos. We or dominions of ,foreign against territories are mostly, as we are informed,lav letters, and I, moves like frs
prince or
is now in the chair. I e U! 01,. hibiied. Them is in Dickinson's nrinner anirresistili'e the States. The timely arrival ofthe Sara- \!: need not say more of it.' as we understand that any only to show that there was some ?
I of district
state, or colony, or people with go i thing er> r
him iu th.it He is humor, and a cool and placid off Havana what would any roD any
serve position. standing eqinn- nac ; prevented no in accordance with the wishes of the friends
whom the United States are at for her friends to fear a marriage: vas in con
up, with "remorseless hammer" in hand: ] imily thit: m ik. him an ugly customer in dis. doubt have ben otherwise a bloo-ly affair, as peace. I Abolitionistwill
of the it i is .
the "The
orator designed to ad. other sections of the act are unimportant between the .
Hating a decision to. the lut e. A near i iciiss'ion. The Senate h s on to meet ; for the U. S. sloops! of war, Albany and Germantown preserve templation patties. By tie di. very poor I Iha

view will impress you most favorably of)fr'j j|' Governor Seward i il going in. How muchvnuiiger while lying in Havana, received information dress, by publishing-- -it in-pamphlet-- -form. "The to act the of present Congress inquiry.is a one, and rection of the Court, the body of the murderedman held of I.

Cobb. He is the picture of good health ; i Nj! he ]lo ks than yo-i expected to see I that several Sp'mhh'fsrclg of war The Illustrated Domestic Bible. must t therefore be construed strictly.penal By this, 1 has been disSntered, and an examination tury, that he u

heavily built, but quick' in his movements. !'him' He seems almost boyish at a ditanrI; 1 were expected in a few days!, with a part of will take place in order to detect the
Samuel liueaton, 139 Sass au Street, New we mean that its terms are to be taken literally presence
His countenance is open anJ frank, his Cf,: but a< J.rJf get nearer: you: will see that time the Cuban expedition 0botl!, (no doubt age.
without addition or Do the of in the stomach. to the 7th instant
Mue, his thick and curly Inir uuburn. In ;| care: have done their work. What a j those taken on the cuast of Yucatan.) Oa !j York, has commenced publishing in Monthly sublrdion. poison {

conversation hs: face beams with intelligence j nut strange lice. he has 1 On first sight it Sl-eml'receipt of this intelligence these vessels immediately I Numbers, at 23 cents each, the ILLISTRA colony words of district this statute or people, any,'foreign apply to prince the state, Henson continued to pMest his innr.cence The newc

His voice is agreeable, and his manners pre. i; a little like John T)ler' > ; but that poon wears ;; let port for the purpose of interCepting I TIt: FAMILY BIBLE," I by the Rev. Ingram engaged in the Cuban expedition 1 We persons think but having failed in :an ingenious attempt the Rl"pubT. I
You will notice how and : olE: and the craft and adroitness of the politician and lh"
possessing. i demanding prisoners to in which Le nearly succeeded,
| Cobbin, M. Our readers will notice his &01. The words of the law are taken from escape hisexpected
distinctly he i beard all the House ; : are written: on every lineament. Mr. i from the custody of the Spaniards. Theymet by whiz Ii
i' O'er advertisement in columns and find the old act of 179, and hal b.en the subject on the morning of the 7th be addressed the
bow prompt his, decisions!; how lucid las IanK3 j iSeward in an able and industrious! legislator ; them a few hours sail from Moro, and our may a from

.": itl "S'P.K.L'ie..ftieH'811i! '' '!' '! :' Ir.... CoLb, 1Jut. his senatorial career has thus fir been : were about exacting their release at (he can. specimen of this truly beautiful l work t by calling judicial of construction and dtcision. In theca crowd assembled round the ji and confessed tending his adve?
i GeUton! Wheaton
i' e w. 3 ,
J .0 : _.. page the crime
.. but
.Mrs. Pearce
--! .1. .h.n th<* Saranic clime at office. It recommended L 10)t as an
character and faultless Now let to"lKe"jriflle.ryof un.- our comes
gentleman of high I au\cate. us step up An interview took place between tat.I } 323..Judge Story says Courier says of l h
habis.: He has hosts ofpersonil friends in I j the Senate, for il has not yet been called to I and Commander Randolph, after\ap'which leauing clergymen 01 an oenominauuus. i.ac act \ i'i'*) inircis a luneuuitr vI itn." accomplice, cbar!ins her with being privy to- -The ofHciais
nai cannot better command the ship, &c., in where she is fitted all the steps taken to accomplish her lusband'i
1oth parties, and no enemies. You will no. j order. I) you know the slow-moving man, 'j Spaniards were allowed to tike, their enterprise to our cases out and a so so conr

lice that the House is now about going into whose head rises and falls in answer to his I j prisoner""* into Havana. The} prisoners were readers than by copying one or two notices, armed with the intent to be employed! in the death, and with actually administering wM terseness ao( earidvigor

Committee of the whole," and also that j thoughts: as he peaces along, and who carries j placed in confinement on board a Spanish i coining as they do from eminent authority. service of any foreign prince or state, to cruise her own hands the poison he had prepared for ot ;irpreJ
Mr. Cobb has called' member into the under his bundle documents ? : or commit hostilities the citizens, '
up a arm a ( sex'enty.four in the harbor. The Rev. Dr. Peck, Editor of the Christian upon subjects the purpose. He says that the poison was "c'-si'1"5. *
chair, from which he racefuly! retires. That i is Thomas Hart Benton, of Missouri.II .- The.five individuals taken at Cardenas I or properly another foreign prince or state, There are ri -e
Advocate and Journal arsnic, purchased by him from Dr. Nash cf
That is his bosom friend, Linn BId, the is not often that you see a more hale and of(the }body under Lopez, were shot at I, says : with whom the United States are at peace.' United States.

oldest member of the House, and yet as ;i hearty looking sample! of sixty odd. The face Mantanzas( a few days previous to the sailing "I I have examined the Dome tic Bible" I The evidence offered and rejected was to prove this city, for the purpose of removing a negro tor in mental

Mraight a an arrow"A firm in which is full of character, and the form full ofhtrength.t of the Ierch mt. Four of the number were sufficiently to be entirely satisfied that its jilan i that the ship was attempted to be fitted out and boj who had witnessed too great an intimacy these, the aclmi

health and Mrengih are conspicuous.' Linn t do think that fragile man, with has advantages over edition of the I armed, and was fitted out and armed, with intent between him the
Irlong you said to be Scotch and Irish, and one an .\mer.ica many any prisoner, and Mrs. Pearce. i change ; ano '
Boyd is of the finest looking in Con. head, who walks rapidly along the I Bible with which I The. that she should be employed in the service '
otC men n, (a boy) who stated to the last that be am acquainted. I but failing in killing the it then them better -i!
gress. He is over six feet high and well pro- j aile, could stand up before the blows of such I joined the .expedition under the impression notes, for their simplicity and brevity, are well of that part of the island of St. Domingo, which negro \a may be ai n c<
portioned. About the only evidence of his bone and muscle ? To peak of Benton is to that it was going to California, and that he :daplet to family u'c." was then under the government of Christophe.No suggested Pearce be destroyed by mixingthe imperial Toi y

age is his white hair.. He does not often lake :j''think of Foote ; and the fragile man alluded to i had no idea of the project invading Cuba. The Rev. Dr. Cox of Brooklyn, ?i. Y., e'idenceas offered to prove that either poison with quinine, which was done accordingly -

par in debate., but is one of the best and most is the Mississippi senator. His is a lighter I The boy shot, asked permission, previous of these governments was recognized by the : with the result as above mentioned. A STEP B

experienced members of ihe House. If you I frame than, Robert J. Walker's. You will be I to his execution to write a letter to his mother says* : government of the United States or of France Henson is represented as Icing blind with Whig thinks d

wi run your ejc along the left of the aisle a little surprised to see how general a favoritehe I giving her information of his 'TitK DOMESTIC BinLE, as a very beautiful as a foreign prince or state/ and if the court gina. has ei
melancholy at Mrs. Pearce and desirous pro
only to
!and home fixture would be valuable bound admit the evidence rage as
dividing the House-the Democrats sitting on j is I by the reception everybody gives him. fate. After much this engaging a was to as it stood I
entreaty privilege was hat the
( iisembleg
the right, and the Whigs 4 on the hell ; fronting t J The tal man walking in at the side door, cane him. After his epistle, accession to the library of every family ; without this additional proof it must have been live that be may destroy her.

the Speaker-You will observe two gentle. in .!, you need not hi told is Henry Clay. granted was handed to one: finishing who toro i and I entirely concur with (the views of the I upon the ground that it bound to take judicial Public opinion, we are informed, is unanimous (> h ci
men in earnest conversation. The contrast ill How familiarly be greets Foote and how well. A humane spectator however .collectedthe Rev. Doctors Peck and Owen, in anticipating notice of the relations! of the country in the 'belief of the m n7s guilt. He We admire t'e

in their appearance is, in all respects striking. ; he looks lie takes a pinch of snufifrom ,the I I up. peices and pasted, them together,with/ the fur it a lasting and extensive pop Ilarit ." with foreign states, and to decide affirmatively! is said to be a good scholar, and a fine public doct rinss.

One i is Robert Toomlis, the other&is Alaxan J Jer Secretary's desk, and then picks up the Intelligcncer intention( forwarding them t lo tht? bereaved The Rev. Dr. Belcher of the ,Baptist that IVlion and Chrijtophe were foreign princes speaker. He had been selected tie Sons For our tv

II. Stephens, both: Georgia and both whigs. I takes 3 seat. Do you notice the : )arC1t. Church, says : within the purview of the statute.! No by vrould! be COD e'
Toombs is ferocious aut of the front desks the left of I doctrine is better established, than that it be. Temperance, of which hOly he was a member .
: looking man on account \ senator one on The Me! reliant I left iu I Ilavani the U. S. I am much gratified to learn that :arc e t
of his long 'black hair and his dar the Secretary, who is franking documents with 1 steam frigate Saranac, and sloops of war AN about to reprint the Donr.sTic BIBLE you of my I longs exclusively to governments to recognize. to deliver a fourth of July oration in the power could OIK

complexion, and when he speaks his \' I such rapidity ? There you bee Gen. Sam Houston !bany anJ Germantown. old and valued friend, the Rev. Ingram Cob". new States in the revolutions which may oc. i coming month. of the iand-o n
inence gives to his countenance an and of He rises noxv.? What air : cur in the world ; and until such recognition,
'c us. an
angry The conduct of .
our Consul at Havana: under bin, M. A., of London. I rejoice to see in it We have purposely omitted many things i:
bitter His voice is harsh and immune- What noble face The pale dark with either by our own government or the government Efl'ENSF.s )i
a man: the
cast circumstances
which surround him, is the mature: fruits of his well recognized eminent this imperfect narrative in the prisoner -
al his is far above to which the new State belongs, courts regard to
; ability mediocricy.- hroadish.brimmed hat, and long, straightllack spoken of in the highest talents sound -The Calilui na
terms. and
He is the idol of tho Georgia whig, and hs hair, is Pierre Soule, of I oli"iana, FrenchCreole ---- antisectariati principles.learning, evangelical justice arc bound to consider the ancient and Mrs. P. as being unfit to appear in report to th *

great influence in the Houe. We never representative in the Senate, and a Corretpondcnce of the Albany Patriot. state of th'ngs a remaining unaltered. This the columns of our paper. The lady ie u,
will forget his appearance and manner shortly most learned and accomplished gentlem3n.Y .- TIIOMASVILLK:, June 1, 1850.A The was expressly held in this court in the case of tensh'eJyand respectably connected-: expenses "HR
J after the Meade and Duer difficulty in is John! P. hale, his friends President and the Cuban Expedition.As Rose I'S. limely,4 Crancb, p. 241, and other mos to the loth oi A
or as excitement
le.ccmLer has }been created in this -
great She is
onler cal the President of the United States, in is the mother of three children, atd i
when rallied the Southern cases estimated
him Jack Hale
bp members of Hampshire, generally quiet revelation dtet. exnc
community, by
about him and excited them almost to abolition senator. He hse n face like a ban which is believed, will lead some to the exposureof aid of the tyrants who are grinding the inhab. '" was matter of fact,' the court pro. about eighteen years of age. year are 8: r.

pbrcnzy by his terific declamation upon the vivant. He looks like John M. Botts. Thereare a foul. murder. Robert A. Pearce, a res. itants of Cuba with worse than Russian des. ceeds to say, of which the court were bound 8133,924 O: tcomes

subject of slavery. Stephens looks like a boy few evidences attention to the paces of pectahle citizen, who resided about ten miles potism, took upoq.himself to order American judicially to take cognizance, then the court Ida News

fourteen, who has grown prematurely old. phllosopl. or consuming the mid.night oil, from Thomisville. was taken lid, ar.d died. vessels to the vicinity of the Island for the was right in rejecting the evidence, for a SIP A gentleman t gives the following d'1't.. .
His face is of a livid palor, and is shriveled jul' countenance and well-fed figure. suddenly on the 10th of last March.( On pur. as we have knowledge, neither the go\ern extract from a letter written to him by an officer .d
as if by disease and age. His hand is smallas Hale is a bold, amusing, and ready debater. Thursday last, his widow came before; the pose defeating the expedition of Gen. Lo. ment of Petion nor Christophe have ever been in the army, dated 31st May, at Pease to us cc

a child's, and he holds his slender cane I Observe, theme is Daniel Webster. Did I not Grand Jury and testified that a Ir. C. P. Hen. pez ;"and it is said that orders have gone forth recognized as a foreign State by the gover. Creek : proved typn, r;

with nervous grasp. His voice is a shrill, you his form is shrunken,his walk unsteady, son had confessed to her that he had, poisonedMr. :. from Washington for the arrest of our patriotic ment of the United States or of France. The of the Indians upon the llt t' v

treble, but is not unmusical withal. The his eyes sunken 1 And is it not RO ? But you ( Pearce. and threatened to kill himself and citizens who took part in the enterprize ; it This decision applies in all respects to the prospect has removing The nevr solo editor
House listens to him with profound at. will answer that, since that time, he has madea her if she would case now before us. The parties who might peaceably, again brightened.
not him. She made .
would bo U
8.\3)1 marry perhaps well worthy of enquiry' by from Arkansas with Jumper at havngbeen ir.
tention, is accounted a capital speaker. speech worthy of his most flourishing days, some promise that pacifu'd, him for that time, be engaged in resisting the Spanish usurpationin delegation .
A few from sits what authority these high handed measuresin Cubs, would not be by hear has spent som lime in diplomatic con the Sunday s1 1 1WASUIXO
seats him Mr. Duer, of New and his ripened intelec. It was apples of and came immediately to town and made her recognized our gov. with and that Baud *
York, the whig member who had the difficul.ty gold, gathered an storied tree. The statement to the Grand Jury. The Sheriff behalf of oppression, have been set on foot. eminent a coming within any of the classes his Bowleg'sand will reports without

4 with I. Kidder Meade, of Virginia. Vice President enters the chair. A very immediately went and arrested Henson. Tho We find in the New Oi leans Delta, the only named. of foreign princes, state, colony, dis. party certainly leave o
further trouble. One of
There is great character in his face. His handsome man is Mr. Fillmore. We knowno Grand Jury found a true bill against him for law of Congress bearing upon the subject, trict, or people and any assistance extended with his has Bowleg's lub.cblel junior editO'' c

Roman nose and keen eye indicate indnnt.able where a better preserved specimen of fifty. the murder of Robert A. Pearce. Ho to them by our,people, under the judgment of family, already come of that paper
which below with decision
we give a of the ( at Car-loosa-hatcbie for the
post purpose
courage. Ho is unquestionably one of three. He looks like a statesman ; and though brought into Court on Friday, and asked for our Supr me Court, could not lie regarded as able writer, a
the leading men of the Hous<>, and made a his position is of no account, so far as the further time to for his trial the Judge Supreme Com interpreting its provisions, from a violation of the act of 1818. The President emigrating. There was to have been a general supplied by .r
prepare ; council that Captain
speech a few days ago, / the President's chances displaying mind are concerned,yet. I remanded him back to jail,- to. await bit trial : which it would seem more than doubtful whether cannot by his act, any more than the Spanish Casey went at down to place attend yesterday.it but we do not(

plan settling tho slave question, quite inge if he had a chance, he would make himself! at the next term of the Court. this act applies to the late expedition and Minister could.bring these persons within the know the result. \ entertain, some tops S Democra

nious and eloquent. His former foe, but felt. The senator who has just taken his seat Henson came to this county but a few months those engaged in it. One would suppose that words of the act of Congress. It must,' say'the that they yet(the Indians) will ha out yet before Pursuant o

present friend, Meade, is on the other or demo at the signal for order" and who stands in back, a and destitute. He he is Supreme Court, be an 3c of the govern go" Democrats
stranger says such should the breast the arrives. *i
ocratic side, and has a fine manly coutenance, reverential attitude the aisle whiLst the chap. an Englishman. He is about 28 or 30 years feeling as warm of Am ment, which, under qur Constitution, consists fighting season. ------1 .' instanhOh -

florid completion, and good figure-his enor. lain repeats a prayer, blesses the Government, of age, and has received a pretty good educa. erican Republicans would have induced our of three Departraen.t3rr Legislative, Executive CT; The\V ihi ton correspondent'otdo : : motior* i

mous watch chain and seals worn in the od! and implores God's favor upon the Union- tion. Mr. Pearce took him to his house, and authorities to err if they erred at all, on the and Judicial.' N. Y. Tribune states unequivocally that Mr. !# J. J. pi'rrj 3Col.

fashion, aod frequently twirled on his finger, that senator is Stephen Arnold.Douglas of II. treated him kindly. Henson taught school in side liberty ; not.(to strain a point and stretch .We have more t say on this subject, but to reo ). D. P1T. )

while addressing the chair. Nobody doubts linois. He entered the Senate at thirty.lmr, the neighborhoo and was boarding at Mr. the law'beyond the meaning assigned as our present article has become somewhat Clayton has it in serious contemplation The Chan e

his ready courage ; and his ardent sympathiesfor : and is now thirty-six-the youngest nun hlt the* latter died. Mr. i by extended, we must defer further observations tire from the Cabinet, the denials to the con.
the Courts in behalf of the .
hu native South arc frequently exhibited Jcrre Clemens, Alabama, in the Senate.- Pearce had complained of in Spanish authori. .for some other occasion." trary ofthe Philadelphia North American not-( ing.On motion

Virginia sends few better or purer represent. physical stature is diminutive, but his mind is the morning, and took a feelng.unwel supposed ties, against men seeking to bo free.- Says withstanding. Is no'one authorized to speakto aoh'edthatt-jm

atives than Mr. Meadf.( A few seats from gigantic. He speaks with a readiness and en. to bo quinine, from a phial which Henson the Delia : Mr. Elore's Successor. the effect for the balance the Cab! the Suwannee

him wile seen Hon. Thomas Hayncs Bay. thusiullbt have made him famous, while carried about him. Pearce immediatelysaid "The President of the United 3'tafes i$ our Governor ha appointed the Hon. same 17th instant

]Iy, tare Slate, his devoted friend, and acq-iirerm nts and experience in public life that some mistake had been made, as the Chief Executive. He can only execute-he Robert W. BaTnweil,Senator in Congress, in net 7 We pause for a rl'p1r.-: .: Whereupon

toe present industrious and fearless chairman give him rare advantages. Tho discussion head medicino did not taste like quinine ; l 6on afier cannot make laws. Every act and order of place of Mr.! Elmore, deceased. Mr. Barn Boardof Col. IK Pittma

of tho Committee ofWays and Means.! He f with John Quincv Adams in 1846 was a he was seized with violent cramping,and about his must, therefore, bo based upon some law. well is a gentleman of high character and FOCRTH orJciy: CoitEcripxJThe Society cia Robinsoi,

was compared to Washington in appearance, remarkable. display of promptitude in debate 11 o'clock expired in great agony.. Some of The only law applicable to this case, which talents. IJe Managers pftbe National IVftowrjejit -. vconvention..

by a correspondent ; and his countenance hat: and accuracy of memory. On the democrat his neighbors believed li that time that he had can give the slightest color of authority for dsstinguished was formerly a on the 29th of May,.unanimously. adopted On motion cResoLied

much in it that is dignified and agreeable.His .- ic side, to the right of the speaker, and t n one taken poison by mistake. Nothing, however, such orders, is the net of Congress of 1818, member of Congress from South Carolipa, a resolution requesting.-tb.e' people of d9 1

blue coat and yellow vest become him of the seats next the lobby, is Col. W. R. was done about it, and no post mortem exam. which repealed and consolidated all the previous and for several years a President of tho College United States. either individually or-by a**- Convention re

eiceediuglyi and bis head is crowned with King, of Alabama, who is a senatorial ever. ination was made. The Judge has now np. laws on the subject, This act be of South Carolina. He now in at. tbO Leon, as a sui
auburn hair. He i is has not withered him : for he i ciations, to take up collections: throughout toe
luxuriant q.iito nearsighted green. Age pointed four physicians to disinter the body of found in 2 Story. It provides ; tendence upon the Nashville Convention. o : next congrHesolccd
and wean spectacles. There i is Preston looks as well now, as he did ivvelve or fourteen Mr. Pearce, and make an examination. Hen. .Section 1. That if any citizen of the U. Union, on the approaching Anniversary 1

King now-trying to catch tho Speaker's yours go. He returned to the Sena'o after sot denies having told Mrs. Pearce what she nited Slates shall, within (the territory orjuris- (or: Tho '" mire i suffering" greatly* from American Independence, in aid of the 'ret meeting be j

<>ye-a round jolly face and rolling gait, and his mission to France was over, and will al.ways ). be confessed to her. A physician in Thoma. diction t thereof/ accept exercise a conimis- crops is much Washington National Monument now bell' Journal.On .

fat henry iigure-aLl indicating anything but be found true loathe country an! to.hi* vie says he sold Mr. HenIn a small quantity ion to "c"rve a foreign Ant prince, state, colony, draught in thi.lection. Corn already motion

the malice which enters' 80 largely into' his beloved Alabama. On the same side you will slryclininc a short time before Mr.' Pearce' district, or people, either by land or by sea, injured, and unless' there is rain soon, fear erected at the Metropolis. rtqtJelft'1 4 JAD.

votrs and speeches. He, (too wears a toV' notice Judge Butler, of Snwli Carolina. HoI death. Theso circumstances render i highly against any prince, state, colcny, dis.'rict: or are $ll t that this crop will be materially short Papers thioughotit 'the Union are ; FITTMA:

coat: 'j'ue "'ort investment he his mad in I .oki like a patriarch, with' hi, long u'Lit. probable that Mr. Pearce was poiioitcd.. j p.I I pooplfl, with whom the United States arc nt ene




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Clay tad the Admbiictrcticn. From the Contlitviwnaliit.Haslmllo objection having: been made: to it Cuba Expedition.The [Coirctfondener cftht Ealtimcrc Kim.] :,, Dr. 8. r. TotrnfcnaviDr. SOSlpanUa.. .t,

Mr. CIa f has doubtless many warmer nd- Convention. a nn amendment ((0 resolution! net before the following letter which we-fine in the WASHINCTOX, May! :31. Sand** -" do. .; ..
rinsT DAV.BALTIMOKT. Convention.; Ho ofiere.d distinct Dr. Wood's ''.. ,-
miTS II' *n "ursp'vps' ; yel Wv" liire: no Hm.. as a propo.ailion N'ew Qrleans Cre cent, was written by a.. The indication of public sentiment at the Dr. Bull* do. : ,
of the President!, wln June 3. in the event that partition proposed '] who North favorable Dr. Com fock'. do-
: gentjman "
\\ithlhc' partisan lp lal.i stopped, i in our city a few day are. not to an adjustment of .
lthf cannot secured on the Urn* 30, :3U N.; .
r venerable Kciruck'an. Tlt Southern, Convention assembled! this since hi, I the pending difficulties: by action of Con. Dr. CoQjtock'a Pain Extractor. :
the on any .
return from the unfoitunate Cuba f
Jsnouncin i lode I,
? this be
sri' ( Jay at KashviJle. It was ca'lt'd to order at a Convention corE not intend |to The law" faction is ror tale by SHIELDS & GOLDWIHE, ,. .',"
higher .
I nc con ibts iu his fpp"t: of u as expressing an opinion adverse a!air. He is.a. grandson of the immortal gress. every Juie 15,195023 than QuincyFfa. '
".hose Oil } Jf o'clock, p. m.. by Hon. A. V. Brown, e.Governor x. undlntoo where in actual power, by reason of its activ- .. '

oT deposing of the flavrry qTp.lin.n a Tennessee, and prater \yas of.feted plan ofadjnstment offered in the United Crockett. organization and enthusiasm, though not The Illustrated Domestic Bible, .

j fIt/l/ a.foi. *
Administration scheme, with its E, In confoimity with n resolution Adopted: at as may a balance. I fear that nothing can Fe ei.pec.led (hut FAMILY BIBLE! will be publi-hrd rn 1-.
the accordance with the. views. and wishes;. of Southern Hear Father : Here I am, after innumer,. twenU.fifiNumbers at 25 cents each: and will ita ,
a meeting, it was that in from of the
in aid
fi' prelmina I Northern Whigs of I
rpsrlh'ec hie
extract om any
Tlje following danger I
Prtwiwi. Senatois. Itn hardships We be in .
at Key 'f.- put UJ; Monthly part at SO cent* "-.' '
ftutirc the New VoikJr.. organization and business; the Conve.n. The reKolii'ion'! were all referred to the We landed, at Cardenas, in Cuba, on Sunday the adjustment now proposed. By the unjustifiable di"Ijngl1iJ inlZ'features of 1hiS"Bible are t'Th r
leading Wl pnpcr lion, the vote would' be taken by States: each the interference of the administration, nod 1. Seven hundred Wood Er.zravirgs- "
morning 19 inst.
Committee, Resolutions and the Conven. about an hour before
which hereceiving
is a satnpl: (of the treatment! delegation giving one vote. on light. There the mischievous influence of the New York 2. Many thousand ilirginal! Ketermces. ': '

prls f.otn tho T3 ',rieI: The following gentlemen were elected offi. tion adjourned 10 o'clock to.morrow. in were about one hundred and Tribune and Evening Journal, and other or. 3. Three finely txCf"utc-d l Steel Map '.7
fifty the
( \ men
i. garrison. 4. .
Q/\ ---- They fought long Improved .Rudinl. ..
'ranze; rumor peculations :\r reports cers oflhe Conrention : Correspondence of the Floridian & Journal'I'Ar.t and well, and had greatly the advantage of us !can of the Northern anti-slavery!: party, the 1 5. A Corrected Chrwnological Order. :

..(loaf hrre. One i is that Henry Clay Hon. \Villiani L. Shurkey, of .Mississippi.President. on account of their flat-roofhouses. We drove Northern Whig members have: been entirely 6. The Poetical Books in Metrical form. .

commenced arfl 1111 career wlb ihnt party whichall FA., May; 31, 1650.Rilitort $ them from house to house, until paralyzed. Now I that |the Clay scheme U 7. An Exposition of each Charter containing tho "
Hon. Chas. J. Vice Floridian ff Journal : they got to in order the essence of the best commentator, \\ith n.uch oil;:?
i: i!*Democratic, he is about to signal.ie that oflhe Governor, which we were ccrupell- necessary, to prevent operation nal matter by the editor. t.* j
1:1 of life to it inhop" Piesident.William. I enclose you herein a letter from James ed of T"ia" jurisdiction and the establishment l
his :
; the close lijr returning lo before they would surrender, but af 8 RrJl-T': on* drawn trom the nbjcrt j of th* Chapter .
of lhc Presidency ', and viih that view I : F. Copper and E. G Eastman, Filor, with the enclosure referred to by him, ter they surrendered we extinguished! : the slavery over two-thirJs of the l territory of ,and giving,in acondensd lorm, its spiritual io ,

returned to the Senate to annihilate! the Whig 1 Esqrs., of Nashville: ScrPt'rit which I recciyed to-day from Key "\"sl. Jt i flames. The Governor and his whole staff New Mexico, it suits the faction representedin port. :
9. Date affixed In the fur each "
refused him nomination at the I The President addrtssrd tlje Convention the Tribune to come out fur the scheme. Chapter m"irirg
fiirty, which' : :1 was not, I suppose, intended fin publication, surrendered! about eight o'clock in the tnorn- and evening'* reading, comprising! the whole Bible ,.
Philadelphia Convention, f.ir the purpose of some length in regard to the objects} c >ntemilated ing, and we had then lost about ten men and But it t.U too late for any aid from a quarter in one year.

gmnotliinj) : the way to such an etcnt.Evenl'ody in its: assembling. Their purposs was but you can perhaps find some p'rtions of it tile Spaniards twenty or thirty. which lately held in pay a phalanx of vituperators The engravings are nevvr introduced for show.but '

hcie from the Noith' is saying I not the dis olijtion: but perpetuation, of the that may be useful to reconcile conflicting I forgot (to I say, our first movement totake whose business it was to abuse Mr.J always to explain the (text illn-tfrating places, roan ,

Clay ha* fatten i 'he '" pursuing 1lprtitaLltre'fn Union, and they had met t to consul upon the statements.* A large portion of the:! expedition the Railroad, to prevent the authorities was I.I Webster, and Mr.I Ross Pennsylvania and ners A specimen and customs umber of toe, with anctenM.recoramendatioos. fron

";* he has deferied the standard of that proper measures lo prevent thl crcat calamity have arrived here during the week, and from sending pews to Matanzas ; but. on account i every honorable and independent Northernman ome of our leading divine, is nor ready.' The regular

tybich has thrire uccessfuy! blazonrd with which the Union w.is threatened. the of the delay and noise of our landing in Congress. I am almost inclined to i"9'je will begin about the firf ot July. antI! a.. :

party bit name upon the Whig ball tier for itieprt'idrnY Afier a brief dUcussion in regard to the credentials scattered through country. The account we failed, and before night an reached hope that the South, after what has passed, Number will be published on the fit and fifteenth( .

hich has loaded him with of Delegates' it was ordered ibat a given here seems to be somewhat different Geiu that express will hold on upon every inch of Texas to ot each month.tilt book is complete
< ) everyJionor. Lopez 5000 men were corning
and he has diverted it, for t the purpose Committee of one Horn each Sate: be appointed from that given by Mr. Filor, in regard to the down on us from Matanzas. We were ordered which a :title can be sustained, and, in my o. i t work, and are I the opportunity to procure is a most subscribers.favorable fir this ono. ,

pf striking down an old, war.wnr soldier, to receive and register the names of the attack and retreat from Cardenas. The best to retreat on board,. but before half the pinion Texas could, without fear "flhe result' i for them to do well.It .

\\nose good sense and discretion rccl.m.Inded Delegates in attendance. account is, that the retreat was re!oved! uponin troops could reach the boat, they were attacked accept at once the issue I tendered to her by I "ill be 'ne (,r the most beautiful compreben. .

bim 10 Ih. pfoplc, and -boldly! and resolutely On motion of R. B. Ilhetf, the Convention consequence of information that a large by..a body lancers. It was then about I New Mexico. It will be a dangerous step to I sive it within Bibles the ever reach published of all, and so cheap sis to place: ,
until 10 to-morrow. boiv: of had left Havana, destined to '. yield one inch ground to a or section !.I Apply. p"t paid. to "
upon a national ;platCJn. adjouined n'doc. troops dtr.k..tlr a little after, and we could not (ell :I parly I s. IIUr. TOl: .
1'3nl as a ririlal' n (!ldir, to die The u'i rejectMr.! CIa '. crush the invaders. The Spaniards who I how Targe the force was. I was (then on the which appeals to a power which sits enlhron. 11 I 13') ::34'1"tU s'.reet. New Yoik.

jather than ." Compromise. ) joined the expedition, and baarr\'pd herewith 1 I boat wjlh my company, but immmedialely ran \ above! I the Constitution the laws. In all June !.'>, 1'-50. 23

,,4 -- I the rest of the crowd, that had they ages men have assumed lo rule! by virtue ofa .
---- sty I
I I 110 thc rescue.:; I found a company that had I I Notice to Turpentine Makers
I I Take no Step Backward. SECOND DAY. proceeded a? once .tlatanzas, the garrison lot I their Captain, and as I hid" lost ;i special commission from Heaven. The Drr.t I ',
'i Mr. Webster has introduced a bill into the A despatch from Nashville, dated ihe '4th there would have joined them, they say 1000 panyk.. with their consent, took command my od t no\icII to govern by Dhine right, is in actual : OR to any person. A Joung who may man wish, with. to a enter taraily-\vi.v:into thobusines. .

Senate amendatory of the law of 1793 in regard instant, gives us the second day's proceedings.The men and that the place could havj been it, and had (the honor of being complimented 'I antagonism to our institutions. The sooner has had several years experience in making Tin pen-
easily taken. I it i is resisted the better. tine, in I the vicinity of Wilmington, N. C.. and whr
with Colonel
to fugitive slaves. The bill provides that was opened prayer, by my in presence of the whole batalion. .
Rhett Of this expedition generally, we ;e. We The Northern Whig members have now understand the process thoroughly, wishes to takpchargeofab'.101inl''s !
if he when arrested that after which Mr. mo\td that the Parliamentary tnny lost 70 men, first and last, and "
ihe fugitive, swears it become utterly indifferent to the result of the ;, the ensuing Fal1""hf'rea-JUf. .
laof the math, that was in conception well enough, the about I .
100. The soldiers ficient
Jpflrson's lanu"ll\'er enemy surrendered numoer cf hands are enplcyed to atfrrd bin
in the
lie i not a ..IaUll1 be tried by jury but badly planned, and worse executed. pending question. Th-y are now perfectly! liberal
i proceedings of Conreltion, was in the morning, joined us and foughtfor a salary or an interest in the business. Frr
Stale! where he it reclaimed This, then, is agreed 10.Thfrc The men, or a large portion of them were us in Ihe lat attack. The Spanish soldiers !. reckless. I do not believe there are ten further particnbrs.. address W. II. Ii., Madison! C.

the moose the Massachusetts mountain has was much and warm discussion for not informed of their destination, until they I have proved themselves equal in bravery Northern men in the House who would care a I H June, Middle 15, 1S50.Florida.

several hours States which were nearly arrived. This omission gave to in I straw even if tKe Nashville Convenlion should 23 3m
been so long laboring lo bring forth. After on \tinJ by was any men the world. We finally trot onboard -
Convention; them the opportunity: declare that they had and recommend an immediate dissolution: of the Notice
finally t adjourned.Nine to but had
with loud flourish of that adopted lt- put sea, not got "
telling us a States were repicsented, in the Con. been deceived, although most r.f them agreedto miles from Cardenas before we got aground. Union. They know one thing and care but persons are hereby forewarned against tra

"I 1 take no Mep backward: ," this is the mea. ,'pnti 'n, viz : Alabama. Arkansas, Fioiida, go on. This circumstance, no doub?, cansed It was well for us that it was dark fbr a Spanish for one thins-lo wit : the existing prejudices ALL ; for a urrCiWy note, dated about I the 15th >. 'j

tare jcsire he would mete out to the Sou'h Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, 'l'enncs. the retreat from Cardenas, coupled with the I man-of war ran into the harbor and passed (their respective constituences. It has been 1 January la.t, t'ortwo hundred dollars, paable nn t the t'

Mr. Texas and rising agninM them of a portion of the close I seen that even Mr. Winthrop, representing rirt it January next' to Nicholas Lloyd cr bearer f _
on this vexatious question. Suppose see, Virginia.THinn population out to us without seeing us. If she had and .signed !"y D. B. Fisher and W. E. Fisher as the I
Webster's; bill to IJfcorf a law, how many I and the reported march ",ftriJf\p" But I setin! us we would undrubtedly have been t taken I an elichtened and commercial constituency, consideration for which said note was given has
it seem that; after the occupation Caidenas,", and hung. Yesterday morning, when we I and having Mr. Webster in front is still unable failed. D. B. FISHER.

fugitives would a New England or Northernjury The Convention assembled D.\\ to-day at the the inhabitants returned, to their} houses, and I were forty miles! out from this place, the sam to go for the Clay adjustment The June 15, 1550. 23 2t

rote to give U? to claimants ? The truth appointed hour. every thing settled down quietly, so thnt the steamer hove in sight and gave chase. She I Southern men now *ay, and with appearance

is, Mr. Webster's firmness i. a very doubtful Several Delegates were announced by the retreat was not caused by the rising of the gained.on ua fast,.and we all expected to be I; of reason, that the question)' is incapable of Notice ,

natter; and certainly, if he makes a few more I tentlpmll composing the committee ol one people! as the attack that was made, in which I blown out of the water ; but Providence interposed I i adjustment ALL creditors.legatees in the estate and of persons Louisa B.entitled Newton to
State and.admitted nome of them joined, was repelled? with ease. I and Letters from distinguished' persons at the late of Leon
like this J last one, as it rbwc! to S-HtS. as we touched the wharf she County deceased are hereby notified
move surpassing i Mr. McRae I of Mississippi, submitted a series Upon the whole, as the road was open In'' ran pa.stus within twenty yards, but dared not i; North, received within a few days, and one I that their claims and df'mandTil1 be barred at 'the {

any thing ever conceived of by the sharpest; t 1 resolutions: declaring that the spirit; of Matanzas, the expedition could not hare hid; I fire on us f.r fear of firing into the town. She of which I have just read, recommend that expiration of I\\ojears from this dac, unless the :

Abolitionist in or out of Congress, the South j I the Convention was conciliatory, and intended much confidence in themsel es. They werenot { had American pilot on board to pilot her 'Congress should immediately adjourn and sam who have are exhibited any demands to the against subscriber the said; and deceased all person are* .

,'i] \'ernon fall back upon the opinion she i to preserve'ihe Constitution and the Union. prepared for the extreme circum.tances I over the reefs! who was ordered to run her between i i never re t"mhe-that! is, for the purposeof hereby notified to prt'penr them without delay and .

ban held of him for the :last quarter I
destitute of moral .the United States to be governed by the placed them, as they would. hate l been, had :J to pieces. He told them we were country. j suggest the expediency of a recess till November make immediate ptvment toPATRICK ,

that he is totally cour.&ge. i several States, through their agents in.Cm.1 !they known the precise nature of the business I men of his, and he would not do it. I i or December, after passing the nec-\\ June 15, 1S30. 2" SMITH,8w Adm'r.

I cress : and further recommend that: if the they vere on !before they left home. They I forgot to mention II.ate released theGovernor : essary appropriations, in order that

_The New Editor. North will not accede to the South its rightsguarantied should have mirchcd directly) on J ata IIzas. j and staff before we left, on his promising I,I may consult their constituents, and perhaps Bacon, Pork, and Flour.

The new cond-jctor ol th s oflWa.1: organ I i by the Con&tiution, the formality The main fault for the failure of the expe.,, to release all Americans that might hare '!| come back with a more national spirit. BACON IIAMSSIDES. AND SHOL'LDERS. ,. _

association will be broken, and lead lo non dition rests upon Lopez and his advisers. I been left in the confusion. Our boat has: been ]I I, Mess Pork _
the Republic, is not hailed with that cordialityby However and he have been I !i I California! for Slavery.-The West Ten. t:1.. Louis Flr,
I intercourse between the two sections : that sure light might seized by the custom-house officer, and will
his whig associates that might have been of the fifths natives to favor the j i I nesee Whijr, noticing the arrival ofa -'nlle'. Just received per Schooner W. R. Pettes, and for
Congress has no right lo discriminate between temper change, ;I be forfeited to the Government. The Span. : sale by J WILLIAMS..
: expected from the noise and confusion" at. I the species of property held' under the Con. : he was aware that the authorities were in postession !; iud; is lying in the harbor quarantine.' i J' man in Jackson from the gold mines of California J'incS. 1950. 2? .

: tending his advent to office. The LruiianaCo'irier stituton.; : These resolutions! were refeired to I of his plans, and h.id: taken every pre. i Tho most of us wish to return home-myself: :: says : "Thi gentleman says that not Just Received. ..
commitee. caution: to ()rlir\' the Island and rawl""hE' | one out of ten in California: ever saw
a ihe number l but fearful of
we are i
says of him : among ; our j the late Constitution which they have I POUNDS BACON SIDES.
inhabitants.: He, therefore should hate been 10 000
Mr. offered resolu.
a j I own-Government. Others wish to back : U ,
Clesttr.ofTtnnesse go 6,000lbs. .
official under the editor, and that his there is Shoulders.
"The new in large
opinion, a majority
organ _
1 tion prepared not only to
providing or a commilee on Printing. arm as might join I i with.Lopez and even propose attacking and ;i 1UOO Ibs. plain hams. ,
i i. a so' so conc rn. lie )his of the j I : !I of the population of California
uotllinj him, but also to them after had present 5 tierces Him
which was carried. protect they u j taking the Spanish man-of-war.: It would: be i Susrar-cared ,.
terseness and elegance) of Myl< <1 :nn;< .I j I Tii* Convention then adjourned to 10 o'- joined, in case of t'efeat.' He could not in I'! a (langeroin'undertaking, but I believe it could j!|;, in favor of negro slavery. We think this .s,) barrels Fh.ur.}
i iprej'j u 4 _
and of 'H! di :iilli"hpd his tale likely for thousands and thousands: 3> Whiskey
\ico argument. : to-morrow morning.roi'RTir tea&on hit\.c; expected to hold his ground be accomplished. I have no rnoneIJ1Jt :I very ;
s, Cn/I'\i > : and( Mr. Sargent. cod my j of those ia that State: are thec hunting goldha"e 10Jt.'i" Pcr -.
.I'': nl.lit against the Spaniards any where in the I landlord (Mr. Mitchel McCaity,) siys I miy I i I.; '. Prn". "
Tl five editors in the and idea of it their home
;t rc ate village ,
of Havanna with '
OAT. neighborhood a force of less I here as long as I choose. I hardly know :J (Muk New Orleans Sc ar. '
| J tnited States at least, equal to the new editor than 5,000 men, well fur'ar.. I I|. therefore have taken no trouble to inform 45 kegs Naii,
The Contention: met to appointed j what to do. It would be too long to wait for i
J in mental qualifications. In regard to I pursuant adjourn- With he force he landed unless I' : themselves in regard to the provisions of the 3 barrels Old Bourbon Whiskey, .
supported by and if I chance I shall I
inent. money, can get a go randy,Hum Gin, Porter,and oilier. articles
ihese, the administration has imoV an Constitution of California. many
.! unlucky j'I' Accredited Delegates were in attendance i! large defection of the troops, he could not have i home McCarty says I had better stay here 'i which will be suld for a very small advance on cost." 04"Hf'in. .
change and the new editor mil j ______ --
: yet may supposed for a moment that the pie would h .: determined to give bargains, all shall find it
pe. until he I
from the flowing States :Virginia six ; J can get me a passage on some pass. .
hem better than the o'.d ones. Small beer j! have joined him. Had the movement comnvnced ffj- Thiisp papers requested to publish the Proclamation thcit interest;ive tl.esubscriber a call before p'u'J
South-Carolina! seventeen Georgia twehe ; ing \'e*scllo New Orleans, and if there should i
; j
be nice to tome people's palates, I' cfienng a reward ol $100 tot the apprehension clia-ina. S. S. KNIGHT.
may n a in Havana, where it should have :
com be he will end the.
eleven Alabama
Mississippi ; Texa one ; : any danger fi me over on Tallahassee June S, IS-V 2i
imperial fokav. I of Joe Perfino, alia Ir.dio,will discontinue said
rnenced, without a larger force, and been ,: J ; .
twenty-one ; Arkansass two ; Florida nx ; supported coast of Florida, among his relation Both
A STEP w.uw8.-The: Richmond i!i and a large number from Tennessee by the people, and the defection of the ; he and his good lady have been exceedingly! ] publication,said Peifino having been killed in an at.It'ml,1 The Monticello Mail

Whig thinks that universal suffrage in \"r.I I i The propositions from representative from troops that would, no doubt have taken place: : kind to me. I have escaped so far, and Jell i to capture him. ,- .,
the first success, he have for C. IV. DOWNING, Sec'y. Stale. -= M & itir'fl
'; lent States were referred to a select com. upon hoped hope to get home. A }ball struck the ground i I -, -; .. .. :
gina! has proven n a humbug, and recommends ultimate success. As it i is, the only 1Ioe l left June S. t; .o. 22 2t _
mittee. !! between\ my feet, and jarred my corns a little, i! .., S
hat the Constitutional Convention soon to assemble :'I The propositions; thus f.1 are moderateand to the: friends of the measure is lobe l IvMler i, but did no other dnma !. Two of lh' Colonel i k

go hick to Ihe free.hold principle.! conciliatory, but firm. I prepared and have better luck next lime." I were wounded, Wheate and O'H-ira, of SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 'O1.; :1*"

We admire tie Whig's boldness, but dcteit its ,]i It WH generally; believed that the Com entiou here That will portion of the expedition that landed I the Louisiana 'and Kentucky battalions, but I HAVE, just of recened Drugs,a Ur Medicines<;e and general, Chemicals acnrt-, now carried in a FOUR. HORSE COACH and

doctrine. I would recommend the Missouri Compromise. undergo much suffering for want of i neitherof them dangerously. Gen. Gonzaleshad I Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, which they will sell IS will leave Tallahasjte every Monday and Friday

e, and adjourn to meet in October nest. the means to pay I""ir'a} home ; but such I[ tli,' leg broken. I c-.nnot imagine: why i on the must reasonable term for cash or approved mornings, at 6 o'clock ; and Mnlit'll1outry; Tut .-
For our own 131. says that paper, we t Nashville IB overrun with .! from is the fate of all revolutionary schemes when'] Gen.'Lopez was not killed. He seemed hear ;j credit. Persons wl..hing genui ne unadulterated medicine day and Saturday mornings 5 o'clock.
vlou\d\ be content forever the es. krangers the *, will do ,'elilo call and examine their di<>ck Persons wishing to travel this line to send
the by or
preparation not
all sections of the i* "f'Jlllo' : object to be' ciitirrned life for wherever shots fell thickest .
: a
of the elective if the eoveteisnr i 11 country.NASHVILLE 1 attninf'd.0 doubts the ) ; before purchasing else here. extra bairggewilI apply to Bel ton & Hijrgs in T !
.rc6e>ower could once mote faudlise.lodged in the handsof : of the desire man of the Cubans general prevalence there, you would see old Lo pez, fighting QMnry-, June .15. !'. 2-1 ttJan Rufus Herring Herrin 5 s'ore.J. B Beard ,
to throw off and order lIe is the bravest man I -- at "Miccosookie Mr. West, XVest's Hotel. in
J enn., June G, 1S30. giving or at
the laud-owners of I ihe Commonwealth. I
The Convention nvt. The Secretary. I the Spaimh yoke, but before they ran accomplish ever saw, heard, or read of. I shall send thisbv Agency ofDRrTITCH'S M.r.ticehlo.; Any psc'tages' entrusted' toeiiher oj the f
1 pro. i iI it, they must organise a above agents, properly labelled, \ribe\ delivered a* .
:mxsr.s: CALU'ORXI"onRXT.; ceeded to call the States for Resolution! power superior Charleston, on the steamer Isabel I, which CELEBRATED MEDICINES.
directed. No other will be received.
\\ whereupon to the power of Spain in the Island.) It is believed will: leave here this evening. You had better I 1)(lORY BALSAM, Pectoial Expectorant THE COXTR TUR.

-The California State Comptroller has mide i Ir. Tucker of Virginia, a series that that power exists in the Wand it. not write to me here, as I may get off in a I JL Pulmonary' Liniment: Pure and Medicinal Cod Jqne S. 1S50. 22 4t :.
) a report to the Legislature, showing that the I, of : from that Slate declaring I II belf and requires only proper (steps to call it few das. I am afraid to go home until the I Liver Oil \ntiDJspl'l'ticlixture, Nervine, Termiftize "
propositions into action. A Di-purative Syrup, Heart Corrector, Humor Pure
exp nlfS of the government California up I among 1 other things, that lenitoiy of the people unaccustomed to arms excitement is over, for fear I should be arres. Corrector, Cough and Cathartic P.ills, Female Pith, Sulphate of Quinine.

to the 15th of April, were -253,031: 9J. The United States belonged to the States -that like the Cubans have an innate dread of the I led and handed over to the Spanish Governmeat. Female Specific &.C., .'.e.,' i :ed, by him constantly THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and
I destruction that usually awaits them at the i to of the wrecking and with unprecedented success i in the treatment of ounce of Sulphate of Quinine,which they
I sea on some
estimated; expenses: for the remainder of the Congress has: no power to dispose of it foMhe commencement, and until by repeated trials mayo Colds, Coughs; Consumption, Asthma, Heart Di.. have obtained ,liffcj' ; from the srauuiacturers. anct '
five fix months. If I
of citizens of State the exclus vessels for or can will warrant 1110 be article.
one (IQ they a superior
Skin Diseases ;
Ienefi Dyspepsia, Scrntula, Rheuma.
are S2-J7.959! 13 total of their becomes aroused ea cs
year -making spirit and feel
: others,-lhat the passage of such an they the get a good opportunity I shall run the risk ando tism, Female Complaint*. Pilesi.c., i.t. i We have enlarged our stock o'Dr.i and Me.i.dnl's .

6193,924;to the close of the )'(a 1850. exclusion, lo be resisted at all hazards,-that real power and independence that belongs lo home, even if I were compelled to conceal Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal by recent an ivaI",and are prepared to execute
their nation. The possession of the city I dr the Dr. Fitch's I Patent orders tor articles in our line,at wholesale. or retail.
the citizens of territory, alone have ofl$ myself; a time. not repent my trip Supporters; Improved 4
I any power Havana would be almost the Steel Spring Shoulder Brace Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling on the most accommodating terms. ,
Southern Christian Advocate possession of have learned than I would in ;
O Te to frame its go\'ewo.elt-Zllat w.joi.i tiers least, for I more Tube. We have also a few accounts yet due to us for tho _
I come to us considerably enlargei, and improved no part of land and no territory, with Island ; but it could not be taken with a force twentv'years at home. I wrote to you from year 1 1S49. They are generally small! amccnfc,. ..
fwnin1 incapable of conquering all the government the of Yucatan but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would
typographically. is to reside there, are not citizens the Ifle of Mugeres, on coast DR. FITCH'S CF.LEBRATED SIX LECTURESon 'tt
just entering ;
I outside the cil The I far towards liquidating ceitain nhich we .
possession of the ow*
troops ) letter Jo. ofTrl'l1lon.
the ,
nntfsent Hogg
and that no framed by them is : by the prevention and cureof Consumption, Asthma
1 11th Dr. LEWIS i AMES.
the government
upon vourne. Wightman; now authorized and the forcing such forts would! drive the naval forces out of the who 'J I found in company as SfOr eant. He Diseases of the Heart, .c", anJ 'oru the method of JuneS, 1850. 22
&to editor of the Advocate, Dr. Summers 'I the people of California, goveininent the aid of harbor lo sea. In the hands of Americans ; had his leg cut, and had to return from wherewe pre'ervmg Health and Beauty to an old age. This i -- --. -- -.- ---- .- _L-_
upon by
the fortifications Havana would book should be in ev ry family. To the Consumptive 1 1I
be Notice.SEALED .
been transferred the impreg. : I learn here tliat tie ,
to of
having in to water.
management I the military of the United States, is practical put get t it points out t he only rfa..onoi/e hope for relief.
nable. As it i h, they could be easily taken on bark taken and carried to Havana, and PROPOSALS will be received by the
the Sunday School Advocate.WASHINGTON enforcement of lha Wilmot! Proviso, to mist was To mothers, directions it gives for the care and ..
I, to the last extremity.Mr. the land side. our letters all read. There were some twen.t education of children are i invaluable 73,000 copies Committee of St. John's Seminary of
Hurke! the This ex[ cdition was purely a Cuban one. who started back the of this hook have passed through the press, and the i. Learning located Madison Court House, Florida
deserters on same vessel.
of Va. said that the !
Claybrock until o"clock.1",
) prop. The members y sale continues unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch & 12 on Saturday, the 6th day of July
of it had
I j'inior editor, of the Union, has retired from riliolA had not been submitted ; he thought nothing to expect hut !. I suppose they will be hung as they de- Co., 707 Boaqwayew YOlk, and by |. next for 'furnishing material, erecting and "finishing

that Mr. Ruike and from the reading; of them, they were of sufncieet their pay. and had no desire to gratify hut serve. I have met with a gentleman by the SHIELDS GOLDWIRE. complete, of wood a main building, fifty by thirty

paper. was a'igoro'JI to be referred.Mr. such as belongeiclusirely to political freedomin name: of Dixon, who served in Texas, and also !. Quincy, Florida. rtellwo stories high with {wowir.sech.. tweatv"fiveby
;j able writer, and his place will not be easily importance nationalities. Cuba, : is a nationality, dis. Mexico and in Texas when grandfather {IT- Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids Directions to thirty 'feet.
Irwin, of Ala., offered resolution in in ; was The whole work
.I a to be completed t ready for delivery
tinct in of its characteristics ( using Dr. Fitch's Remedies,to be hadgra/i
Mr. Ritchie. from others. persons
upplied LJ regard to fugitive skves, declaring that the many was killed. lie fought like a tiger.- of all his Agents. by the 20th day of Decembei next. Bond for the

people .af the South were entiled to their puiticulaily on the continent of America.Youis .. lie i is a large fine looking man, and possesses I June 15, 1S50. 23 tlJan faithful performance of the contract will be required. .
Meeting Jackson. truly. noble traits which command ad. Persons dispose i to bid: can obtain more specific
Democrtic i rights to reclaim them under the Constitution all those our ,
information as to the character of tKe work tube ,
Pursuant to previous notice, a meeting ofDemor.tl regardless: of an) compromise of the other [a \V> have already published Ihe .. miration. He says he will lake care of me ; Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, done,and al.o rsoral
was.held in Mariana on the tth He offered a resolution declaring principal fact indeed he has been very kind to me ever sinceI IPRISIXG his Expectorant Hair Tonic Alterative application to

instant.'On .-- '. quarter.that all the States were equally entitled contained in I tl enclosure referred (to.-EDS.] left. I must now close. Give my love to all, C Hair Dye. Carminitive Balsam, Tonic BART03 C. POP.E

': motion of Co,. -\\m."" McNValev: Col. 10 ,he wine rigkt .and (ptiviliges, and that T/ie Santa- Rosa. .'J'ragedy-During- last and .look for me when you see. me. %* Vermifus",Sanative SHIELDS Pills. and Ague& GOLDWIRE.Pills for sale by THEODORE DANIEL S. GRAHAM HARTRIEGE., .

-J. J. P1TTMAX. oiled 1 to the Chair, and Congress s has no right to interfere with the week Milton .' June 15, IS50. 23 tlJin Quincy Fla. BulJJing Committee.
at the trial of Daniel !
Cu). D. I'lTTJUAX appointed ;, Malone fcir:; The Tuskeegee Republican! tries to be '
Secretary. domestic institutions of any State. and Eliza Goldshier'for Proppsals will also he received and considered for- 1:
The Chair explained the object of the meet Mr. Dupont,'of Florida, offered n resolution the murder of Jpseph jrcrv sharp on Judge Colquitfs! letter. It Woodruff's Dysentery Cordial erecting the bail Jin js of brick.. :
ing.; in view oflhe Goldshier. came off. The trial extended complains hilt ry "of its" bad grammar.-" Dr. .. Vcnnif-s: By order of the Board of Trusses.: .
On declaring jl inexpedient, possi. from 9 A. M. lo about 9 p. M., when the jury We wish the "Republican"yould: ) stand lo Mother' Friend and Liquid Cathartic, CHARLES( KCSSELL.Sec. .
motion of Col. it .
McNculey was ie.olved bility of embarrassing the Southern Representativcs alter retiring about an hour in 'Dr. Gordon's AntBilliou Tills, B. T. StJphn'rS. of L. .
that thit County tend four delegates to in Congress for this convention to ex. of not Daniel Malone brought a ver.diet the. rights of the South as firmly as Judge :Dr. Hasting's! CompoundSyfnp of Naptha. ..* Florida SeniuelPemacca;
the Sjwannee Convention to be held on the press en opinion of what measure guilty. was triedseparately Culquit does, even though it defended its ag. Dr. Lit tie's Tonic Cillers Tonic Pills, and Vermifuge News and Rep\blycan. Savanrah Gt-otpsn, anci '
I7tb instant., fur resistance the of the h:1 cal 111 princi al. Eliza Goltfchier was grieved and persecuted section in grammar Lpcina Cordial Charleston Courier, will pease: copyand {urwald. it
on part rec. charged as accessory before the fact. Upon times as bad. Smooth and well rounded Ringworm and Tetter QintmrnJ, French Mixture, i. billj to Board Trustee.. ?.. .
J. Robinson tea
Whereupon, Major Walter ommending that in does not the SpencrrWegeta'ble PilLs and ilttu. | JuneS, 1S50. 22
Ie Congress acquittal of Malone) as principal! Eliza Dr. .t .
; : aid nnd comfort" lo the
Col. D. Pitunan 0. Bfcct and Fran. pariuds, giving en. i ______
Henry t adjust the Slavery question satisfactorily, that Gold bier wa Dr. Murphi Sugar Coifed J utl-Feyer Pills, t
discharged. Dillon
ci* Robinson, was chosen delegates to saidcontention. another ponveniion be culled at 1 future day. don & Hon. Walker Jor. ezjif.s oflhe South, are ill-limed in Southern Dr. Le'roy's Vegetable Universal; l Pills. : Notice to Builder and Contractors, ,
Anderson; conducted. the at a momeut \vhejj urage nnd I>r. Peters' Vegetable Pill*. : '
Mr McClellan Florida newspapers be ft'ctinby the 1
a re olutjoa SEAJ-EIJrT.OfOSALs'
defcnpj, Solicitor
oferd : andrym the Water
demanded of br But Mitchell Eye"Salve. nnd Thompson's Eye ,
On motion of D. prosecu. resolution arc sons. j cf Juno, for build .r
Cl. Pitman, denying to Congress the right! to interfere lion. The of his'Honor Moffitt's hcenr }Uitter and Life Pills, .
Resolved charge Judge Hawk. the *' Republican" can think of nothing but f. ing a CHURCh on liCCciac tIf.t.ie'Lakt".of (the follow. : 4
Convention,' Thnt representative ;in said. with slavery! in the Djslrlct: of Columbia, ins, was one of great ability ; so entirely satisfaclory and Old Zack." lie is Dr. Rose' Cougfi Syrup i i in,; Jesciiption, to wit': House to' be 45by32feet_ ,1
r recommend Maj, John Beard rf \\jihout the consent of the ,icople of the Dis. i in its theutWfiig party" Genuine Stougwon's (Bitter'. The above well J 15 !eet of end cut off by pnn[ ?, pitch t 15 feet clear :
recapitulation } and f
as a suitable testimony engaged in party fiddling while nome isburning known and popular remedies lor sale br be celled ide
to in'
Lon candidate for Congress at trick, or in the Slave States or in the arsenals, its exposition tifthip various to have three pannrl>d doors 11.. '
paints of law pre- and. like Patrick Henry's contr\c. SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 1 I 13 windows, each !
con army containing IS lights, 12 I;, ,
election die. in by
net for this Iale.1esot dock United States. y
re"iont : yards of Florida sente in ihe argument of the case, $that when tor, U 'coarsely cryingbeef," BEEr," amid June 15. I IS50. 23 ttJan Quincy, Fla. i.; open pew,'pulpit and altar,shingles tp b? IS inches tI t' _

poetdinr. this IVJr. Pearson, read I series of he concluded and requested to jtnpi? qf the the tumultuous appeals of pitroi'n' rallying! [' long, show six irc*>t'. The: work to be done in a. T '_ _

Journal. pu1l.hed ridial &resolutions adopted at a public meeting in counsel on both sides if they wished; to Southern to the of I their Alcoholic Hxtrncf Cannnbis Indus. 'I. plain but workma !ike' manyr. Titjb) T.and lumber M,
present men outraged
Florida.Mr. additional !, respite or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, are convenient to the place pIt"ted 'If {location. ., _
On motion, the meeting a journrd.D Polk Tennessee, offered t tl>e follow any and expressed themselves they replied ;in thgnegative rights-Columbus Times Philofoken, Nervine Atytber information desired wilt be gfren by ad.. I : f' 1'
JAS. J. pe'rfeclly Nerve and Bone Linimpnt. For sale *>* droning or calling on me, >t tn> ofTic-. i
I'I1T'tA PIT f\ Chairman; rriwilution, as an amendment to the resolution; satisfied with the charge of the Court.-Pen.. 'Why i ifc Sunday tho strongest day; ? Bccamr SHIELDS & GOLUW1BE. THOMA* K.Miccosookie I.FO'l\RD I _

? &Crdary. 1 of Mr. Camlbcl, of, Ala., offc/cd and rrffrrcrl I Dem. al1t the other dtv' are WBEK day,. ,June 15, I ISSrt. 23 ftJ4rj Q1Jin :FlI. Lair, June 9,1530. ;.2 .$ I





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THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, STAILIT\-SECUHT\-PEnrG'r! UIT. MEMPHIS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.E INSTITUTE.f I Jtgal C bucrttgCIllrlht9. QIC) JTloribiwt $1ourtnl -Business- (!:urbg-, Srr.

lIE regular course of( Lectures in this In titute Cotton -
$900,000. In Jeffjrson Circuit Court. Brokerage.BEERY .
proprietors beg tn call 'he attention of con- ------ will on I the first of November, andcontinue Ir LSnFD E\'FRY S.TURDrENIG.
THE ------ commence
uu in Tea, and th. ht'1rlIf families tn of The Anatomical Martin P.hner.
Teas impoited bv : THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. lst l\.brl.y. T K K) : &
the choice and rare selection of Depratment be open ready to receive 1 ( ROWLE

them,and hitherto unknown in fhi country, which :.r: OF EW ORKO. 3-O WALL ST., students by the first of Otlohr. The Medical I Department Catharine Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish. THREE OOIUR per annntn, if paid in advance. ]1 N addition to their bn' "i"' .. I
Merchants fd
by their fragrance and dclicarv combine with virgin will be under t the di reel usa uf the following Bill to sell residence of estate of J ale L. Parish to : THREE AND A mi.r.if paid within six months. C/lml".IOO will give -li Ifnlon 1 I
purity and strength product an infusion! of surpassing Ii IiTfT Accumulated) Fund, N.iv. ht. I 1SIO.t ? $ ',- pay debt due Complainant. i FOUR fol.L.\R.if not paid until the end oft theyea 10 tie selling ol COTTOrfur pl.nt.w"i*
PflOFEOfls. ft.
richne and flavor. I 1. invested in Bonds and MOI1gazt' I who may not find it convenient tu attend and l
: )1.
follmrins I 1 securely this and Biooklvn and stocks Z. FR.E"1.: D Professor of Anatomy. TN this CIHe.: it appearing from the bill which wa $J-These teimsillbe rigidly adhered to, anr* for the arrival the steamer." EHne Walt
city !
The TVin f/errd; nrc the : reil estate iu I ,
The JedJn Bloom a Bl III\{ Tea, at It t 00) per Ib.Nipho i I nfthe) .State and City of United R. S. NEWTON M. D. Professor of Surgery. I _1 filed i i Jefferson Circuit Court on the 7th day ol no paper willbedUcontinued until hl atlarg.urepail. 'he spot, the \ill be read to take ant ad1.! "n

4' *. d,. 0 75 i Government. :ew-Yorkanc H. J. HULCE,M. I)., I'lofessor of Theory and Practiceof i .\pril.l.t.) which bill is vended by atfid Ivit of Complainant unless at the option ol the publi hers. Sub the ma.ket that may ofler. :nr.gtctSdm.lt"

.. Diari dn" 0 SOOsaeea I This fund i is rapidly increasing a widelyexten- Medicine.W. that Defendant Catliaiine Flis. resides s >wil be received for three months at One : may be 1 iHf for exhibition. Charge .
.. Green Tea I (F) and hu.i nes. BYRD POWELL M. D., Professor of Physiology beyond the limit of the State of ( namely in Dollar- months at $1 00. Every order for the< crate, and prompt returns made. I 0"
:a I prospeiou
'I Too.tsiai .t.t. 0 75 del The declared, a dividend of profits of fif- Palh.lloIY. Mineralogy and Geology.J. the State of Alabama: paper out of this (county must be accompanied with! January 5, 1SSO. 02 tf ,

.. Tick-tti., d". 0 50 '.h"o Comjunv l'eAt on all.exiting policies on Ihe 3Ut D., Professor: of Materia Medica The // i.. therefore Ordered, That publication be mide the caih.unltqi the order comes' through any of our
per and Medical: .* in some newspaper in Florida, for tour in the State. : -
T.11Jha.ee. authorized
I' tld-fi Mixture compound 1 of Jamnry, ISIS.AH rapeutics Jlri prndent"t' Catherine. Ellisto regularly agents LEWIS &AMES,
J. MILTON SANDERS, A. M., M. D., Professor ofCh.mistrvanJ months successively :3id
the most rare and choice the Profits are divided among the Inure.Tie Pharmacy.J. plead, answer or demur to said bill, on or before Dt.tLrns IN .
i SWill
Tem grown on the fertile .. premiums are payable hi (.Ish) annually,semiataualty A. WILJ-ON, M. D., Profecsor of Obstetrics and the first Monday in September next,or I the-ame willbeaken DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS .
and genial' loil of Assim. 1 00 interest being added on the confess, and et down for hearing ex inserted i all the rate of One Dollar ppuqureof OIL.
.r qmrteriy Diseases of Women and Children. ;
With. a view toentnnraze the introd'iction' ()these : p'o cents each Toilet Articles. ie.
deJ 1 red payments. pane at Term of said Court. lines for the firstand fifty fo Perfumery, Window Gijj.PMItTERs' .
matchless Tea*, it i ii the intention of the prnpiietor* The c.iiprinciple adopted by this Company secures CLINQUE LECTURERS.fftUeine. .1 I ., Jude, &.c. suSsequent i iniertin. A reasonable deduction; BRCSHE5 AND C
TfO fI.TZEJ.t. LOJU.AIotl'ric
to (tribute by lot.lI.'Ynz the pureha( ei a qunlitof \ to the pirties tor whose benefit the insurances .) .-Professor II. J HULCC.Surgery. May 7, 1S-) will be made on legal notices estate notice l *.yearly '

Te4 epal\ to the firt 'I.'au' profits on the .ils 1 I I" are eflected, the whole of the advantages, without .-Professor H. S. N iWTO: A true! copv-Test, notices without aleration. by persons having Class Ware't\r,

effected.? Each purchaser will receive eirlos. in ; subjecting: them to the heavy drawback. of accumulated Z. FREEMAN M. D., Anatomical Demonstrator.The C. G. FIFE, Clerk. regular accounts thl T HEbovl constantly. on hand,and fornl att e

the parkige( a n'lm'pr" certificateentitliis; him 'o ,I premium notes. fees:for a full course Lectures amount to May 11. 1 IS-Vi. 4m AH announcements of candidates for office, FIVE lowest market prices.

one chance) in the distribution for every (iftv (-P'1t4ai4 I Persons may elTect inltnc.on their own lives ont hundred and five dollars. --. -------- ----- POLURS-invariably in ;advance. No attention LEWIS &AMES

out. aid ot. the receipt *Ti' \intine ?.'1 *n,000.: i and t ht' lives of others. \ in uned women can insure Each Professor's ticket I f 13.J Marficulator's $5.Demousti'a'or's In Chancery. willbe paid to any order tor announcement,unles Tallahassee,November 20, IS47.- is
the unjermentioned narreN of Tea to tht> value often 1 I ---- --------
lun'iand' the benefits of whichare Fee SIO. ). with the cash.
the life of her Gra.lnatiol accompanied
per cent., or two tho'iiund Jflt will b. givenwy !:i secured by law fjr the e\cluive Use of herself or Those de,irinft 'further information $ please address CIRCUIT COURT lO\rO COUNTY FLA., All reli iou:, marriage, and obituary notices pub. SIMON TOWLE. M. IAO-D P--' j

ai b9nu .es.' arrorditig; to the fiMHwins: scale: children. their letters (post !uid) tn the Dean: and studintsartivinir MAY TERM, 1S50. lished gratuitously' ; but editorial notices for private TOWLE &PAPY,

:5 prizes of 51 Ibs. Tea at SI 01. 250: th." or" $!:.') I Clerg/m and all,-lthcrdtpcIJent< upon salaries in the city will ;pleasi:callor, him at Julia Thistleby her next friend hiram)) beneftwi bp charged:advertisements. ., Attorneys' and Counsellors at law
jvrj I *' 21 1 O<1, :S'll !Ti'lO Commercial I ,
the R.
are specially invited 1 avail themseUesol a resourcewhereby 10111. S. NEWTON. Benner,
5*) is 10 *' IC J o). :\1) 4 cc :noi) ( Divorce.Hezekiah formed association for
be secured Dean of the an the Prarr .
families Faculty.LAW vs. r
.. th.'ir surviving' may JOB WORK. HAVING :
:; tc 10 I. 511 5'V1 I .
L. Thistle. will attend the several) of lib
J Court
from the evils of DEPARTMENT.Hon. such
'2Y I) ** 1 1 0) 291:' } .. 2-V: I penurv.Pamphlets We are well prepared to execute! Job Work Middle of
of the principles\ of Mutual having been made that Herekialt L. Thii- CircUt Florida and in the District Court
I explanatory E. W. M. KING, Professor "theory and PROOF bills blanks,pamphlet,&.c.,with neatness -
prac as the U.
: of S at bushrss
Lite aatl illustrating its advantages, id s out of the State of Florida It /* Ordered Talahas'ce.U entrusted
.c 2priz"fI in all. 20if 1'i. S!OtYIThnqm I' Insl.lce. liclull.aw.) and d'-sjiatch. All woik of this description their .
be obtained at the motion of S. R Mallory. to care receive plompt attention.F .
with of may upon Ct-
founs application JOHN }: Professor of F..q. ) accounts with
DEL\FIELD having yearly
w1,o prefer 1 1'v'pr pm"d Tea rsti except fo persons OiEcein the
t'f'n"\t i office of the Company', 3 Wall st., or of any of its plainant's Solicitor,that a healing of tacs charged {: Capitol.
receive their nrirw in proportion. or thev will h" I ; in the Complainant's Bill be had ; and that a the office, mu't be paid for on re1vtry.--- February 17, 1.'W. 7
I agents. T1RS1-IJ Session. --- -----
rep'Jr'hH'd for (2h. at a deduction*>f 10 ner r..nt.I 1, TRUSTEES. tier : notice thereof he puMished in some public newspaper - -
c-- Cnu trv A?,.<\h re.j ired. Applientiont .o,lxpntp I C. CoHen All communications pertaining to I this departmentmust of this State for the space of four months at least. SPRING GOODS. .M U-IC.-J. NOTICE? -

Ii.irI4e: ( iJ J) tl) the Cflmpany's} Depol; ai3)nrp. Jos. B. Collins-, Alfred David be adhered to E- W. M. KING, l E"j. JOSEPH B. LANCASTER.: subscribers are just opening their Spring -

; I Wra J.lh.I'\\), "-'m. .warJ., Memphis, Tt-nn., Feb. '21' J 1S.W Judge Sllh'r Circuit. THE which has been well and carefully selected Dr. Charles T. Darby

June q. Wi: '(). 22 Sra R. H. McCurdv, H.I! Key Mri'hV.I'.fl.) t 4m ) by an experienced hand consisting i of Staple
--- -- ---- Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt: The Faculties, for intellectual a!>ilitie', moral \-1. and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Oils, j p ESPECTFULLV: announces to the public ingey.

Notice.T I C. \\'. f'htr. Isiac G. Pearson, worth and prof.sionable acquit einent will ACTION OF ASSU t'SIT BY ATTACHMENT.: Paints and Glass IJdware., Stationery \eral that he has perraaruntly located himself? i,

: Jnhn Henry W.-11-s with t he imt distinguished i in our rOl13rpf"'orJhl' Haley T. Blocker. Furniture, Clothing, fcc..c.in short everything I Ionricelo. Florida, and will be found at all tim,,
: rm h.ret"rjre exiting; linger the stvle nf 1 i Theo. Sj.d \,irk. Win. Mooie. faculty constitutes an (ounl thisor I ( :\monn t sworn to S1,1l 1 n ..jO.JamesD.Tridevelh. needed by the planter and his firmly. \- unll!+ "roft'Miuually: i engag ?d. St ictattention wtj j
COLE fc: NYc; i j.. Ilii .lay di* rlve l bv rnu- B. Collins, X-Sedee! Cook aMrahin $ IdrnaSM $2'S33 li). be paid to all professional calls.
Stacy of
llu-m with cash
: any other rv-al I are able lecturers great part of our stock is bought we are
tnIc. ..*nt. All personhaving against? ;;a'" Juna
< : John H. Swift ]
I Millr. and the best defendant! and other persons interested, enabled to give good bnrtrains. Please call and tee.McNAUGHT '
lhom. and those iiJbted al : ---- -
firm will p''all present! David lock.I 1"MIE
I J'lhr\Vad'l\orth. < Those who will contemplate our geographical position hereby notified the I commencement of tin & 0r:10.
will mike pavrnent either d siid fir .1. I Comet) Robert Sliuylcr, GEO."r. UUTCHINST"AUCTIONEER
A. 11. rot.T-:. I S. M James and the extent of our population can have no above suit, and required to appear at the next Term,. Newport. April 13, 1S-V 14
GOUf Wilkin. ChamIcrs. doubt as to the eligibility I If our siluat ion for an enterprise (on the fourth Monday in October A. D. 1S"/0.) ol' ----- -
:\' B. MV > I Pruvn, nph Turkem"n. "f the kin,I. As to health, including all sea- the Circuit Court for the, County of Leon, and State Select School for Young Ladies, ,
h3s"n; C. II M .l .
FIt: h\ 00. l ) :22 J' Moses H. Grinnell,
Fred.'hitlest) ions of the year, we deny that ANY OTHER CITY of Florida and plead totbedeclaration tiled I therein T.iLL'I.SSE}:, FL.1.R .
------ ---- ---- -- -- -------- Win. J. Bunker QUINCY.
Charles) Ely, WALKfnY:\
Leon Circuit Court. John C. Cruger, F.u eneDutilh, conmon error t-\ists in the minds of nvmy .fu- Attorneys for Plaintiff.April next session. of t this SCHOOL will commence I I E K E R TO
Walter Joy, Francis S, Lathrop, TiE 10th. engaged accomplished Jesqr! II. BOND J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WJ UO ..
June Having
Suunnal1 W. PeIIarn1al1 others 1f dints l relative to the place of studying medicine ; 13,1 1"::0. II I Dm :
Alfred Veil, J. O. Thatcher. and Teacher to take chargeof F. H. FtAGG.T.J. Hooo and J. T. ARCHIE.
'. > In Equity.L. these who intend practicing arnnnz the di"pa..s of experienced
\. Ma-Vl-ti a'H other. ) JO"rPI B. COLLINS, President. the West and South hould certainly educate them- Notce. i the Music Depaitment, this School\ now affords March. 1.15.1: 10

.is 1 ht'r(1)i"t'n tn ill pernnns clairama ISAAC .\ IATT, ecre1ary.Jos. selve at a schoolwhiose Faculty are practically dC..tuiaut.c every facility for )0 ing Ladies to acquire a sound -- ;
months the Honor .
NTICE I afedate. a"f1\ .7. L. SHIELDS, I'!. P. J. S BOXD, M. D.
em''IJh( ; ai"in't t th.> funds in my 'haad i m.U COIr1or.J.Un" \ilh I hose diseases. a SIX ledge in a'ld'fer the of! I thorough, and accomplished Education.J. .
lielongin? to Ihe h-ii of J-i-iah IVndarvi*:to ,wc. B. G.\tBU \1.! Tallahassee. public may be satisfied of the permanan- JeffersnrIoyd4chare: as one of the Administrators i 11FLPS. Principal.

men? them, with proper ;pronf to ,"1.ii3 the "amp, January !'. '). :-y cy of this school, we feel it our duty to state that of William Bellamy,.late of said County, deessed Mrs. S Drs. SHIELDS &BOND,

hrfnre In!".on or before ihe first 1 day of J-ilv nl'\t. at -- -- -- -- -- the Trustees and Faculty form a VMT in action SIMKINS.JefTerson Miss! HURBARD, > Teachers.MisTCWLE associated themselves together in lie :

the Court H< u--e in Tallahassee, or surh chitn will COTTON GINS. which augurs well for its future success; and that Ceiinv.January 1 SITI. ). 2 Om : ) : HAVING of Medicine, Surgery, S>,c., offer their ;
be thereafter! barred: and the fund distributed. the peculiar internal organization Inch connects ----- Quincy, March 30, 1S5. 12 lO services to the citizens of Quincy and the surround. :

Ev, ord-rof ('."nt. : them cannot. be inlet ruptcd. Notice. in count iv.
E J'HIT? WATSON, E M. W. KING. Groceries Fruits &c.
F.H, El. months after date, I will apply fw the Honor Qnincy.August__n_ .__U__._IS___19._ ______ _31_
:Master in Chancerv. rreiultnl of the SIX K. from
William Pettes
GIN Pawl! : of Probate for Ihe of Washington JUST received per Schooner
Judgf I
Jeff. Heir
"A l.\TtUn IS County Thomas
.Tan.1ic'1. 21 1 11 May 11, l''iO. r.m ,J ,
New Orleans
forle'teis of dismission (from t the administiation ,
-- ---- lice Georgia, -- -------- -- -
---- -- I ,
St Louis Flour,
1 Reward. of the estate of Mathew Tucker deceased.HENRY .
Stray Horse. WOULD inform \his fri nt. and tIle pihlle gcne- $20 ONCAL.January Tobacco White Beans, ,practice in the Cite lit Court in each

TRAVEII from !Ihe?'l criW<5 planta- I, that he fontinues the above business, at RA NA WA Y from t flue subset'iber.s-bout t he first of 2, I":r. 5? Cm Olive Oil, Oranges, WILL of the Midd.e Circ lit,and in theSareme -

kc tinn, Fnrt Slan lrurv, on Sunday: the Siii! old stand where'ie' wi be hipp to vupply' tlwmwilh Januaiy last,a light complexioncd nc-ero feln\ -- - -- .----- -- -- Brazil Nut?, Lemons, > Court and United States Dhtric Court a

I tb :May, a red roan MARE, <>r S years, a fir1 rat / .\'an evidence of the nmed, PRINCE:, about 20 yealS of age, Notice. Whiskey Rum, fallfhassee.Monticello.

4'ld1 15 or H' hinds. inch has one white hind foot; a 'luilily of his. work, he would state that out of the feet S or 10 inches high round facec. remarkably Months after the date uf this notice, I will Gin, Claret. Wine. ,January 29.! I 1S4S.- 2G
.tar in the forehead. and sortie marks of the harness 1are iiun'ier' sold bv him the past year, not one ha beautiful' while teeth, lery l.tigefe(t and hands ; isis SIX For sile by --- -- ---------

and saddle on her blatd\'; should I will dye I fail -d to gi'c perle-ct satisfaction-and would aq r -fcrene slow in his speech,and di awls nut his w"ns when of! Probate my vouchers fur, Leon and accounts, for to final I the settlement Hon. ALFRED I::. HOC. CARAWAY SMITH.] [\V. S. DILWORTH.SMITH .

liberal re'-vatd to anv person that will deliver said give the' name of any one who has one of his answering: a question. No particular: marks about Judge County a March 30, IS;). ]12
and from the Estate ol t Dr. I. D.
enlar hise tablish.I his which he could be discharge ] ] & D3LWOH' tATTORNEYS
Gins intending is
mare to me at plantation, or to Messrs. Miller &. il ue. He is i ( body by rtrouizp.1 I .
ot said
Brokaw, in Tallahacse. Any ia nnation relating I ment considi-rab'y this >ear, by which: means he wili probible he may besom.wlu-re in neighboihood 1e\lon.1e: Countydeceased.PATRICK SMITH! Adm'r. Watches Je'vGlr &c. AT LAW,
to said maic will be thankfully rH'f' \'p.i. be enadlod tI(ll orders (which last ,(.a he was I of Thomas county Georgia i., he haunz been born in subscribers jn-st recel-
March 23, 1 IS.'O. 11 Crn MONTICELLO FLORIDA.
BF.JnflnYRD.. able to do) Gins if possible !superior' to any ever said county. The .ho1. reward will be paid for his _ 4' THE a :good supply of Guod3, ,

Fort Stansliurv" June I 1S5'' 21 If manufacture J in 'olthwf"slpl Georgia.: Ilethinks safe confinement, in any jail, so that I can get him Notice.SIX ,r among which are July 7, IS-W.- 27.

that every year's: (-\perieuce enables him to make a again. Tobias Gold Lever Watches: ,

Nunn's & Clark's \11e t bettor"article.. HENRY MAS'I. '\'epko after date, I shall apply tothe Honor- Hunting Silver Levers, A. E. MAXWELL,

Beinga prac iralm<*rlianic, and withal,determined Sopchoppy, Fla. April 13, 1S.;0. U- 2m Jude of Probate of Leon Cotnty. for letters L'Apien and plain Watches i

C"LEBRATED: : PI:\NO.*:warranted :-fJ!, CJ, thij none lint Ginsot{ Ihevl'ryfr"t t cla-s shall be manufactured ------- -- of Administration on the Estate. of Seborn Hoi- Chains Seals,and Keys, ATTOHN1Y AT Lf'l'.

and 7 Octave graid action Pianos. in his shop, 5 inI\v3rrantinttIem Teacher Wanted. comb, deceased, late of said County. Bracelets, Bosom I Pins: Rings, Earrings. "\ at nd the Courts If Cir
-r."o- ;. He May 1 1St: 17 G. C. "S. JOHNSON. : Office S. F. Store.
tflolerate to t the satisfaction i of' the purchaser. ( Bosom Buttons Sleet: Buttons, cuit. &:: over
A TEACH is wanted to ake! charge r.f thcCen- urDtys
JEoliau Attachment Pianos, *ih! Ires'Tune will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at ..ltr"'illp Masonic Academy A reasonable .- --- Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, Tallahassee, Oct. 21, 154'.\
able Reeds. The above ct!. braled Pianos can lie had their plantations. Immllial'h. Notice.
be Gold Pens in Silver Cases,
by application to D. C. WILSON. engagements made] with \hill\\ travelling Asrents, ; qualification.compensation "il particulars, apply of to approved I the- Wcrksnfter date, t the undersigned Admin- Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoon S. S. KNIGHT, .

,"junel.lS'/l. 21 tf or orders to t the_ Proprietor at Palmyra shall be : Hoard of T.ustC'S. FOUR of William Them JeCf"dso.il applyto Marble Clocks Wholesale Retail Grocer & Fron'sion Dcakr{ ,
--- -- ------ ---- !
promptly attendee' to. :. R. K. CALL Ptesf.F. the Honorable Court of Proh'le flr J..on "", Plated Castors, Spoons Folks

GUN SMITH I I ING. Repairing properly done in the most durablemanner. I E. cAR. ,:. Sec'v. for an order to sell the WJ of S. E. 4 Section 20, Sttts of Waiters, &.c. &anc. TALLAHASSEE, }'LORI\.

WM. THOMPSON, Township ', Range 2, N. and R. TOWLE &MYERS. constantly on handand offers for sale at a

tx./- He i is also .Adcrut for lh" sale of Chaimiu: J. ELIOT, SItFO:Til EL'S, Adm'r. March 23, !S50. 11 KEEPS advance"OD cost, for cash. ,all the standard -
WORK of all desr riot ions. done Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE POWER SU .
GUN-SMITH n"nral'i & C. C. MOORE, May, 1 IS.-iO.: articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities
'),,' Precision and Despatch by in Southwestern Georgia and Flotida. Hams. P rk.
K. BEMBRY ------- ----- ------- -- Buggys Buggys -Sugars. Col! Teas, Bacon,
the ..subscriber; his shop, next: door to Dr. 'iarnnrd'-i.: Contracts can he made \\ithmy Travelling A .nls. C. C. FLETCHER.: Notice.SIX received at Repository Soap Candles, Lard et:, and all similar articlestoflether -
Particular$ attention paid to orders and the information wanted with regard to the cost and my Carriage :
country Any Onions, Not,
Fruits Irish Potatoes,
A fri 27, l l'71. 1 ir months afrer the first t publication of I this no Buggy with tops, with ,
patronage of all\ is soliri'ed. i operation; of these mills can be obtained by addressin2 Almondsand another articleiuinally
: --- --------- RaisinsFigs.
I shall Jame Biootne without ,
applvtothellon. ,
Door lyocks: Repaired &c., \;c. me at Palmvra.Lec\ Co.tntv,Georgia. F. 1
J. M. WILLIAMS found in similar.! establishments.
Judge of Probite for Leon County for a "chare Rockaway, 4 seats,
Tallahassee May : ,CHARLES, DEMILLY.: March 30,1S50.J 12 1> just received per W. R. Pettes, from from the ad;nini#tratorship of the estate of George 1 erold.t., nd Carral. Store ne\' door above G. H. :ttginni s'cn Moa-
25 : !
I to. 20 -- - -- ---- ---- --- HAS Sllr .
Madison Female \ Orleans, Young.dcceaef. ale! of Leon County ,! which will be sold on bCt of terms. roe street.
--- --- ------ -- : .
Seminar DAVID D. YOUNG Saddles Bridles double and single .949. lv
Also on hand -pri2- 1
Provisions. Flour Bacon Sides and Shoulders One
F.OHPA. Adm'r. of George Young 11fcea elt and every variety of Goods and Wares usu

Tl)'rT received per Schr. W. R. Pcttes, from Newel T.IE next session of the MADISON FEMALE Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, March II.< lS.r)1)' U) fim aly larnl3i.. in a Saddlery Establishment. ; and all kinds GEO. H. BESTWICK,

Orleans 1.\xnY.:: will commence on Wednesday, For sale as low a:any one else. Notice. work done at the shortest notice, &c. Wholesale & Retail Grocery k Proiision Dealer,
Clear Sides the lay ( next. il 21), 1".30. I 13 P. E. HULL.
Sho'llders.J'xtra' > the three other All t holding claims against Jumes: Black- TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
In addition! to present Faculty ---- ---- ---- ALL persons March 1C. ISM. 10
Sugar: Cured Hams Teachers wi be employed to begin their services New Books. l. late of Leon County, deceased.are are no- TT'EEPS constantly on hand, at.d for ale at tIe

Plain Hams. with the 1 Term. FINE selection of the ot the day to. tifi"d) t that. they I must hI ppentcll: 0 the uderiiricdwithin Claret Wine. J\. lowest cash price, for rash.al the articles isthisline

Prime Leaf Laid, For patticulars, see Cirlbr" :and Catalogues A with man.thers.No\'e1 as Bruces' Life the time prescribed statute or this: FEW cases superior s'.. J alien, just receivedand 1 If Lni ne i. Flours! of qualitiej.Snzar,
gc-ther ,
Star Ca-HllM Iuch notice will be nleid in h-ir of their A Ham Soap.Candies,Nuts,Rat
This Institution is now in siceessfulopratinnandafThrds \ and Travels, Hurnboldt's Rambler in Mexico recoxerv. for sale by Cofee. Teas, B.icon ,
Peatl Staich. For asle: \ bvALFRED every possible advantage fr young Ladies toa Los Gringos' &.c., Tra\cl.l v EDWARD I BLACK LEDG: E, Adm'r. NAUGHT & ORMOND. Whiskey and all other articles osnallr

F.. HOC.Iay23,1S0. 20 W. L. HARTSON, ., Principal. Newport April I MclGIT, &n ----- ----------- ing to purchase any of the above arlide,,ae respectfully -
: I. invited to and price them before buying
----- --- -- -------- -- -- Notce.SI CabinetMaking.THE cl
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Notice.MD. BOARD OF TRU-STFT.S. Paintings and Engravings. IX months after ratf. application will he made; taken the elsewhere.

Hon R W.PARRAMOKE, President of npald.Iln. to the Hon. : Probate for( Leon County and Ware-Room recently. Store formerly occupied by L. & H. Greenberj
PAPY and G. W. HUTCHINS are an.homed \ D. IA yice A S L\LLtnll.choice assortment fcr sale. bvMcNAUGHT for letters of disinision from the estate of Tltla.. E fcfisV"'rfcQ; occupied by I. Gerard Vingeihoets, It Co.corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.
to act Agent State of I. ORMOND.
Florida. as uiv' SAM.* S.in SIBLEY.(tIl I. BUNT (;, Esq.. NewpnrtAril, 13,1S50.1 &1 I White deceased late ">f SIi(1SA'UEL County. is prepared to Manufdctureal kinds{ Cabinet Furniture May ", IS-P. 19

May25IS0. 20 W. : .o. M. D., C. WITE. .\dmini .tralor. ,and has now on {cl assortment which Volunteers.

W. L. TOOKE, Esq., S. F. BURNEY May IS.. 1,'._ _fim_ will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON. To the Florida
Rev. II. X. ARDIS Secretary.S. Furniture at the shortest notice, and on undersigned will attend to the collection of
DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, B. THOMAS, Esq., treasurer. WOULD respectfully call the attention of his Notice. reasonable terms. January 19, 1S30. 2 6m THE against t the State or the United Stairs

O1fit, first Door West of Judge Baltzcll's frend" and the public generally to Ms large having, claims against the Estate of -:-- ---- -- for services rendered! by or supplies furnihedltt
N. B. The nest Session will open in the Roomson and stock of SPRING and SUMMER ALL Male and Female Academy.L of the State
May2lSO. wtl a'slrtCd late Davis PrioUan,will present them duly HE Quincy Florida Volunteers cabled into service
----- the premises occupied) by (the Principal.Madison comprising ( ery ariicle, both fancy andstaleuuslly attested) ; and those indebted to Ihe siid I F tate, re.opened January 7th. The tecond session during.the recent Indian outbreak.
-- ----- ---- May 25, 1S50. 20 Mild in this of which he will June lith. Students may enter at conversant with all the I font' "
the subsciibtra at thoroughly
THE TRUE MEDICINAL malket-al will i plea!e make payment 10 commence Being
is receiving daily. the ,and after the second week the sam,
Charleston anytime during year and business nece ry for the collection ol
4 COD LIVER OIL HEAD.QUARTERSFLORIDAMILITIA:Tallahaisve ( 1S50. ) March IG, J5.'. 10 C.F.. C. PRIOLEAUF of the session they will be charged only from the he flatter: !himself: ,he. will be enabled to gin fun
May 'rJh. x'C u t 0 be had at prices with
rl time ot entering. may varying those their claims
T. C. 5 to er-ttustuig.
: in the of ( & iali"tactiol
cure PR1LEAU.
USEFUL Scrofu\ 'olum\tion. Turpentine Axes &c. month. For further particular
May !1, 1S30. Gt from $-1 to 10 per him.
and diseases of the Chest and Lungs. A wuipplyof : A FRESH supply of the above A\es; also, No. see printed catalogue which may be obtainedby Rterence-Al who know him.

\ valuable\ medicine is just received), which 10, 11,and 12 1 Cast t Plows, n ira points; Sands Court of Probate. application to N. H. STEWART, GEORGE W. HUTCms

warranted pure and of very suneriorquality.) i & Spear's Cut and Wrought Nails. ,&.c., &.c. STATE or FLORIDA .s. ) AT CHAMBERS, Jan. 2fi. 1 (_3_Principal. February 23, 1S50. 7 __

}'orsae'y LEWIS &, A M ES. Received per Brig Emeline.and for sale li'.', Washington County. J March S, b-')O. Notice.

May 25, 16$'). 20 Tallahassee, Fla. McNAUGHT &ORMOND. IN the matter of Sion Smilh.Gtnrdian of Robert Fletcher Institute.
An election of Major General for the Newport February 23, IbO 7 E. Russ, minor heir of Robert Russ deceased: months after date,I shall present my accounts Madam Rumor says that stmtenl

Private Boarding House. WHEREAS. Dvision. Florida Militia was held on the _ On the petition of Stephen J Roche and James M. SIX vouchers to the Honorable Court of Probates WHEREAS come to this Institution cannot

EN or twelve Gentlemen be accomodated first Mon.Jy ultimo, and it appearing by a Provisions, &c. Long securities, praying that Sion Smith Guardianas 'for the County of Leon and ask for a final settlement find boarding houses : To all whom it may to0'

T Boarders the can of Jahn R. a full canvass of the returns made to the E1eculveOre. BARRELS MESS PORK. aforesaid, may be required to give new securities and discharge as Executor of{ the last will cern. I send greeting, that I have in my hovie f"

Monroe Day next house residncf to the Lloyd, that BENJAMIN: HOPKINS is i duly elected 44 6 do. Prime do. in lieu of petitioners, or in default thereof that said and testament William Turner, derea..i the hill at the Institution, ample rooms, vtll JW*
on stree. store occupied Major General\ of'haid 2d Division of Florida Militia: 5 Kegs Leaf Lard Smith be removed from said Guardianship: I appearing MATh nishedicithfrcplact3for the /
Mr. .
by furnished Bryan on desirable terms.for Also one .'-olD, be it therefore know,,. That the above named 2 half barrels Cranberries to the satisfaction of this Court said February 2. 1'50._4_6m_ thirty students,and will promise to give tblm.pll'7
room now unoccupied, a gentleman ,
E. minor heir
of Robert Russ fur1Shlights
Benjamin is hereby proclaimed duly Sion Smith Guardian
Hopkins day.
and 1 hhd. clear side Bacon of good diet, three times a
lady two
Tallahassee tingle Ientemen. elected Major General of 2nd Division Florida) Militia 1 do. shoulder do. of Robert Russ, deceased, resides beyond the limits Notice. whotet washing, all for ten dollar P"

------, May-- 1,- -f. -- 19 ,and when commissioned will be obeyed and respected 10 bids. St. Louis Flour of the State of Florida, but in one of the States of subscriber having fitted up the TANERY month, one paid in advance, E! e other at this

accordingly. 5 do. planting the United States, to wit: the State of Mississippi, TIE this place known as Baker's Tanyard has end of the bal

Four, Bacon, Lard, &c. THOMAS BROWN, 1 hhd. fine Sugar PotatlEt., so that notice of said petitioners cannot be served noon hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER year. P. P SM1TU.

LIST recei\ed from New Orleans,per schooner W. Governor and Commandcr-in-Chicf. 20 bushels Petit Cotton Seed, upon him: for sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOE Ga., Feb. 27, i5O. 3u
J R. Petles, Bv" the Governor-Attest : 10 barrels Gul It is therefore Ordered, That the said Sion Smith made to order. He has on hand a superior artice Fletcherie -

Flour-Ohio and St. Louis, L. A. THOMPSON Just rec'd. per schr. W. Whiskey.. and for sale by Guardian a:afur.said.do appear and answet said pe doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would\ r-- Raisins Figs Cheese, &c.
Adjutant and Inspertoi General.May .* McNAUGHT ORMOND. titioner within 'four months frcm the date of the turn his thanks .the citizens of Gadsden and the

Bncoti Side mid Shoulders, 2:, I 1S50. 20 3t Newport, March 9, 1S50. 9& first publication of this order or the said petitionwill adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say Cf\ BOXES English Dairy Cheese

Lnrd, Iflolasscs and Sn;nr. be taken as conltssed, and the prayer thereof to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather -\J J 10 Drums freh Fig.

Forsaleby\ J. M. WILLIAMS. Pain Killer. Plow Iron. granted : Provided, That a copy of this order be Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 20 Boxes do. Raisins,

Mayll.lSM. 19 of Davis'Pain published once week for four months in some newspaper He will be glad at all times I Box Citron
FRESH Perry .just Qnincy.
supply County near
Kier assortment of wide Iron, S, 9, and 10 in- of Cider
A received and for sale by AN say published within the Slate Flfrida. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark 10 Boxes Champagne i
suitable for Plow
received Schooner Win
W TABOR Heidsick
Medicines Toilet Articles &c. T. WHITE CO., Agcnts. : per ASJNGTON Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. : Champaigne
& and fur sale by kind. rerelYd ,
Abel Judsre of County. With a ol articles of the
Novei.berl7,1849.) 45Bagging { :?. Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits variety
McNAUGHT &ORMOND. 10 4m and for sale byMcNAUGHT
-- -- -- Apri27.1f50. have employment. pc'meline.
NASH & TAYLOR Newport March 9, 1 1S50. can ORMOM>-
respectfully inform their --- H. BRADFORD, 23, 15SC1. '
WOULD 2. 4 lyJETNA NewportFebruary
and the public, that they ]ROPE, AND SALT. for sale bvMcNAUGHT PRINTERS' AND BINDERS' JT1rPIY: LAW, Tallahassee,February 18:0. -- .
have just received. a new btipply of goods, & ORMOND. 'XTARE110USE. Nov. \and 31 GOLD STREET; Tallahassee, INSURANCE COMPANY, Baggingand Rope.
of Medicines Newport 5, 1S50. 52
consisting January
lANm'ACTORY. 20 1850.
April FIECF. Bagging
added to )3
Saps, & wbih. ----- Sli ER .-The subscribers of. "
0 ----- --- and Cotton in Ware-house
.tok, not makes tht'J ansoif. Tin fer sale of their un.D1Gs. Stocks coi:
Manufactor. lor own manufacture, their improved Rail Road Notice. B loss by fire. 1 Twine,
Scent nearly complete. L'dirs arid Gentlemen that T.k'hItG engaged adtitiona we are patent Single and Double Cylinder Piinting LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth)

do not wish te purchase Medicines, can call and examine 11 prepared to fill ordt'r In our line in a Pre.es, for newspaper and book work; Card Printing 3 Tallahassee. Just received per Schooner Pettts. and for M Iebl
A. Agents,
our stock of Perfumery Soaps, & prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from Machine, Proof Presses, Hydraulic Presses l> -k f?*'..!> 'ag3.y -T7 *_ January 26.1150. McNAUGHT"rtNl :
May4iS5C. the country will receive immed'ate attention. A with wrought Iron Cylinder*, Geered and other February 23,1850."Fancy !
hiberaldiseountgivcli to mercha its and dealers. Slauding Presses; also Lithrngraphic and Copperplate NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of Garden Seeds. _

Grain Cradles, &c. T WHITER CO. Prennei' Binders' Materials(:, &.c., itc. Chase, \ Rail Road Company that on LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Sugar."

I DOZEN SUPERIOR GRAIN CRADLES, June, 1849. 23 Cases, GaleJI. 'uriture. Stands, Imposing Stones, Thursday 27th day of June next, an election will A just received from the celebrated garden of G] BARRELS extra fine Vacum Fan Sugar,receivedper
&c. on hand, and article be held at the Office of the Company in 'I'allahasseeforseven Island. For sale .
X Reap Hooks & constantly, every necessary R. Garretson on Long by 5 Pettes," and for sale by 11cN.UGUT
Scythe Handle and Scythe Stone, Fruits, &c. for a complete Printing Office, including Directors to manage the aflairs of said Company LEWIS &A ME ORMOM'l' 1
for twelve months from that date.R.K.CALL.Pr &
1 inch Rope.suitable for Cotton Type and Ink, furnished on the most favorable January 5. 1S30. 53 '
ORANGES February
J Saw Mania presses RAISINS lerms. Printer Publishers and others, wishing to T. R. Co. Newport i

LEMONS, establish a News paper or Job Office, will be fur- Tallahassee, April 0,1 S30. 133m Blacksmithing.GOOD -
Wide and narrow bar Swede Iron, ONIONS! Liverpool Salt. J
German Steel, Nail' Heavy Hollow Wire. IRISH! POTATOES niched with an estimate for the same, in detail. if Nails substantial and cheap Blacksmithing of SACKS in fine order(bleached Sad,))'at }
Hand Mills &c. desired Machinery made to order or drawings. Iron kinds done at the Shop near my Stable occupied -\f\f\ *" for !
Plantation ,& MACKEREL: in half harrds and kilts KEGS Agawanand Fall River Cut Nails,just 1UU received Barque R. H. Gamble.
and Braia to also manufacture per
They .
} H. MEG1NKISS. orcfr. 80 last Miller & Brokw.January >y'
} by
TONGUES year !
PICKLED superior cat steell pit, cross-cut,circular received and for sale\ bvMcNAUGHT A. A. FISHER.S. sale by McNAUGHT &
17-4w mIl. 20 1840. 3 '
4 18. 1Gentlemen's
May Just received and for sale by and other Saws a which they keep constantly & ORMOND. Newport. February 23. 1850. J

_- JOHN McDOUGALL.December hand. Newport April 13. 0. 14
on HOE & CO. 1" S. Knight iothlng'A
W. 0. M. DAVIS 22,1S1! SO N. B. of I.
--Proprietors newspapers, who will insert where CIo nNewpoit "(' -
Water. his old stand, of f
the advertisement three limes and number Saratoga continue business at and well selected stock
AT tend us a
ATTORNEY London Porter. if their paper containing it. will be entitled to pay- DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water just re- { hopes wait on such of his friends a have just receind per .and for I ,

HAS taken up his abode at Tallahassee, and will CASKS, quarts and! pint. lIlt f received ard for ment on purchasing of us four times the amount of '0 cei\Vd and (for sale byMcNAUGHT heretofore extended so liberal a patronage l.promising McNl\UGHT $; Rl otD

e in the Courts of the Middle, Dulfd..nd 9 sale\ hv MrNUGIIT &ORMOND. their. bill i.' ORMOND. that all ,hal have good articles lair prices. February 23,1SSO. ,

of Franklin and Jackson 9 Counties -Newport, April I P 1 ISjO.. I May'i,18)1. 17 Ncportpril 13, 1550 11 April 29, I I! 17
March! ">, IS59.