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 29, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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ADDRESS AND RESOLUTIONS ding States in the Union, the pretension is Hut' as this Untilcan scarcely ever exist betwren under the ordinary operations: of the constitution xvhero'Congress in receiving her into the Un. requirements of the constitution, and aid in the -. .
o> TUTIVasliriHc seen to he as alarming as it i is inI '. ilg. The any.two people, history bears but one i r.f. no avail. And how is it with the ion determined) that her territory should belivided recapture and recovery fugitive savtCon.: '
COln'cn Southern States, in their Legislatures(:,set forthwith testimony as to the fate of a subject people. present Congress, the only other source of between the slaveholding! and non. j-ess can do but little lo enforce. ihem. 'Jhe .
great unanimity ', the rights in our len i. They have always been compelled! to minister redress in the usual administration of the slaveholding! States. Texas 1 ia the only Staten lull providing! for the co-operation of the few .' ,
ADDRESS lories belonging to them in common with the to the prosperity and aggn ndi Clent of constitution 1 For six months i has been in the Union which has the solemn guaranteeof officers of(be United Stales Government in a ,
North Northern States, and declared their determination their misters. If this ha* always been the ease session, and during this xvhole period of time, the Government of the United Sates; State,i is practically quite insufficient' to accom- "' 'i
To, the People of Maryland, Virginia, to maintain them ; and finding in the under the ordinary difference! interests and slavery has been the ab-oibing topic of discussion i in every possible form to her boundaries. plsh its aim. What can they do in such a ,'I
Carolina, South Tennessee! Carolina' Georgia Louisiana Florida,, orler Slates no disposition to abate t their I feelings which exist 1 LIen States, how much : and :gitatkn. Yet nothing has bees: Yet this is the Government which disputes Stile as Pennsylvania, to recover fugitive 'i t !

Alabama. Kentucky, demands: :, the Convention in which we arc as. more certainly must the experience history done to heal the discontents which so justly hem ; and under pretext that they are very slaves 1 Yet i Congress does al that it ran '
Texas, Missouri, )1si.lippi,and Arkansas: emblcd, has been brought together to take be realized, between the people of the Northern exit in the South, or restore :bleeding con- doubtful' propose to lake from her nearly. one. lo, by legislation, to enforce constitution, "
J'ttiow Crri7i\s: : counsel as to the course the Southern States and Southern States. Here H a dif Jtlc( AH we have received has been bit half of her territory. It is by virtue of such it t only does its duty to the South. ..
In 01.Jifncf, to the commands ofthmc we should pursue; (or the maintenance of their climate and productions throughout' Aerri- ter denunciations !f our institutions by many pretensions, that by the bill two States are to There can be no concessions or favor to tha ,.
r.prL.eflti xve have assembled together con. right, liberty and honor. tory stretching along the whole belt of the temperate members of Congress, and threats to coerce be taken from tle' southern and given to the South in giving her only what she has I right .
for, with each oiler concerning your relation Such is a brief but imperfect statement of zone, affecting the pursuits and charac- us into submission. Although nothing has I northern Slates ; this wrong is aggravated, 10 have under the Constitution-unless! indeed .
with the General Government and the non. past transactions : and they force upon is the ers of the people inhabiting it. But the great I been don, a report has been made in the by compelling us to pay for it, through the the Constitution fur her has no existence.Hie .- I '
flaveholding States of the) Union, on the subjcct question, in wht condition do they place the dimrencc-the on* great d hlT'renCC-th1t' greatest I I Senate }by a corrmillee of thirteen members, Treasury of ihe Uniled States.It bill then is in the first place! quite inadequate .

of the institution slax-ery. We deem it Southern ? And first, what is their con. which can exist among a people is the institution which'i i is now pending in that body ; and as is undoubtedly proper, that Texas shoul : to restore to us our fugitive slaves, and .:
proper to lay before xou / briefly as the sub. dition in Congiess ? 'l'hetime was when your of sb rer) This alone sets apart the the measures i proposes have been pressed he (quieted as to her boundaries ; in the second p'ace gives the South! nothing
led xvill pTtnit, the result of our deliberations Representatives in Congress, were neither Southern States a peculiar people-with upon the South as wortlJ of her acceptance should be quieted by a law Congress, plainly I ; hut what she is entitled to. If ihis was all, .. '
and offered, nor would they endure,reproach in your whom independence as to their internal policy we deem it proper before you a brief acknowledging t them. If after her boundaries I there would! be nothing, in the bill for xvhichxve
In order that your condition may be understood behalf. But for many years past, they have is the condition rf.their exi-tenco. They consideration of the matters it contains. are settled ihe General Government, to car aho:1 concede anything to the North.Vut .- .
and the conclusions at xvhich xx-e have heard you in Congress habitually reviled by must rule themselves, or p!ri.h. Every colonyin The Report embrace* fmir distinct ry out the purposes of the constitution, or in not all. Under the nrefs'oxvjng .. -r'- F
arrived beju-tly appreciated: it is necessary the most opprobious epithets on account of the word where African f slavery txiotld. ures-Ut. The aiJ.i.ission of California mEI'1 good faith: to fulfil! all I t the ob'rgations: I the annexation on us a benefit, it perpetrates a usurpation .
bra-fly refer to :fexv past transactions.: the institution of slavery. If their spirits art with one (exception, has l hfl'l destroyed ; and state, wh the exclusion slavery in her con !. ofTexastoihe Union, requires should of tb reserved rights of the States.It .- .,
It is now sixteen: ,years since the institution yet unbroken they must l be chille-d by a sense if this ha! been the case under tp old and effete stitution.: 2J. Territorial Ct"IrmeuIs; ? to be think proper to purchase' territory)' from provides that a slave may arraign his master : .
slavery in the South; begun; to lie. agitated of humiliation at the insults they daily rre'in governments of Europe, will it lot nievail erected o'er Ihe territories of Utahi! and New Texas, the arrangement all., unobjectionable. by authority of the Hxvs made by Congressbefore ,
i in: Congress and assailed by our sister Slates.l"p ; as your representative.?. You arc arraignedas under the dominion, of the restless people of Mexico, with nearly one half of Texas to hp : Rut any arrangement)concerning her i! the courts of the States and, of the (United .
to that: time the people of the Northern criminals. Slavery is dragged into every the :ollcr States They do lot practically added to tie latter. :3d. Tie prohibition of territories, which leaves a sh .ide of doubt as Stales, (lo Iry his right lo freedom. If '
1 Slates s-eem to have respected the rights)' re- debate, and Congress has become little else recognise the inferiority ofihie African to Ihe slave t-ade.in the District of Columbia: ; to the right of lh people oftbe South to enter I I Congress can legislate at all between the
Fcrvcd to the 5outlh.r States by. the Con!ti- than a grand instrument in the hands of abo. the Caucasian races. They do not realize, because and 4th. Provisions fur the recapture of fugi. any portion of the territory, which, according master and' slave in a State, wh?rc can Its ,'
;tution. and to have acted under the conviction litionists to ruin and degrade the South. In theciicumstancesofthe condition do not live slaves! in the non.siavchlding States.To .- to the terms of annexation are now power be stayed ? It can abolish slavery in
that the biibject of slavery being beyond theIr stead of peace and protection, aggression and compel them to realize, the impossibility of an understand whether these measures are free tl,them, neither Texas or the General ibe Sia'es. Thus a power is assumed in the

hla'ion of Contrfss. all agitation with re. insult on (the South characterize its proceed amalgamation between the races. Exempt from consistent with our rights and worthy of our Gox-ernment have any right to make. The hi hich virtual extends the jurisdictien of _
tpcct to it on pail Congress S, was equal. ings and council And what is your condi insliution of slavery, it is not surprisingthat acceptance, each of them must be conslJeredstpa : terms annexation constitute the compact of Congress over slavery in the States. And -
ly forbidden h the Constitution. But at this tion, with respect your sister States 1Yh.r sympathies should be against us, r:le. Union, between Texas and the other States of this is a benefit to the South! Under a
time, a.portion)of the people of the North be- \ is that respect and comity, which (due whiUt the dogma on which they profess to The Sou'Ji is excluded' by the I bill from the the conf"duac-and this compact secures anise of a henefV, the bill is useless as a remedy .
pan to assail, in Congress. tho institution of from all nations towards each other) is n1)re: build their: system of Free gO\\rmln-lu whole of that pail of California lying on the irrevocably to ihe people of the slaveholding! -and worse than useless in its usurpations.
slavery! : and to accomplish their object of especially due from States bound together ina absolute. nilc/ of the 1"ioify-tea\'es no barrier Pacific, incUJing one hundred/ and fifty thou. States the right of entering will their property Such are the various measures which constitute .
dragging it into the vortex of Congressional confederacy and which was once displayedin to their power in the affairs (the Gencnil sand square miles of territory ; and if ihis is al her: territory lying of31 deg. 30 this:compromise.We .
agitation, they claimed the right ot petitioning all their intercourse. Instead of respect Gm'rrnnnt, and leads them to its consolidation. done by the legislation of Congress, the mode north latitude-xxhilst from all her territory do not believe that nnny of those in tha 'f '
Congress upon all subjects whatsoever. As a and sympathy, denunciation and hostility: on I : Religion too, false or real-fires in xvhich i is done, is of no importance. lying north of(that line, they are excluded. South, who at an early day expressed a xvillingue.ss : F
petition is only the first Mep in l clear: that a right to petition a legislative years pat>t characterized the communications many of its professors believe to he all action by the individuals in that territory, carrying out these terms of the compact t, but import; or ever contemplated supporting it ,
l oJy, niul IJ(. limited by its powers of legisktiou. a.khessed to you by the Northern Stales. And tent with its principles and precepts. ilconSls.l \bel her f.om the United States or from the leaves in doubt the right of ihe Southern peo. I without material amendments. We fully appreciate .
No one can have a ight to ak of what is your condition in the Union ? The pect forbearance from such a rest' of the world, appropriating the soi to pie, throu holt all the territory proposed to he and duly honor the mclives of ihose.
aiio'hrr! tculo.that which he )bus no moral or non-slavehok'ing States stand combined, not such crcumtancrs. towards the institution themselves or erecling a government over il, purchased ; whist! many xvho support ihe bill who xuld restore tranquility to the country,
lpga right to .]o. Nor can: any tribunal han, only to wrest from you your common propeity, slavery, ii manifestly vain. If they have is ohio validity. They conslitule a people! in declare that i excludes entirely the nor shall we impugn in any form those who
.poxver to receive and consider any matter but to place upon your front the brand of in.fcrioritv. been fal>e to the compact made xvith us in the no proper sense of ihe term ; but are citizens people of ihe Southern States from all the territory have assisted to frame or who have yielded l
bt-youd its jurisdiction. The claim therefore You are not to extend, on accountof constitution and have allowed passion ansi l prejudice of tbe states orcountries from which they have purchased. The least e\.i thereforethe support to thp mt. res. Why the non-slave- I
tn present petitions to Congress on the subject your institutions ; but they are to increase to 13lr reason, they have: only exemplified come. and to which they still one their allegi bill can bring to the people the Southern holding State* do not support these measure,
of slaxery, was considered by the Southern '' and multiply! that the sham and sin of slavery that frailty and fallibility of Cur nature, ance. When Ibl.tt Congress attempts lo States on entering it, will be contention, v.e are unable to understand, unless it be !
Representatives generally, a? an attempt indi. .'I' may, by their philanthropic agency, be extinguNhed which hi3 produced the necessity of all governments carry out and confirm the acts of these indi. harrassmenl and litigation. that I haughty' fanaticism, iaft-ifed: with success .,
rectly', to assume jurisdiction over t the subject : from among,t you. Rut the worst t and which, if Inchrdif.d. ever produces xiduals, erecting California; into a Mate and Rut you wi have a very inadequate conception tiisdrint accomplishing its objects by inr
ikelf in all parts of the Union. The olj"c feature of your condition is, that it is progrcssite. .1 wrong. The institution of!I\-I'r' having excluding slavery therefrom, it is the same of importance of ihe territory la.I direction. If these measures, h"wever, were i
without disguise, was the overthrow of slavery As low and humiliating as it now maybe I once entered the popular mind non. thing a Congress had originally passed a I ken from Texas by the bill, if you confine really a compromise in which the South had
in the States ; but our assailants funwJ the 1 it i ii destined, if not anested, to *\,3 lower I slaveholding States, fur action and control, the law to this effect, without the intervention of Jour views to Texas. If you will look at the equal irains with the North, it woul be of t..
petitions presented, chiefly against slaveiy in i df'cp. Every efiect has a cause ; and the rest is inevitable. unrestrained by us ; they these individuals. The exclusion of slavery map of the United States, you xvill perceivethat doubtful 1 expedit'J. for the Soqth !Q propose
the District of Columbia and our Territories, I spirit of fanaticism brooks no delay in the will go on, until African slavery will he swept from California is done )by the act of Congress I the territory !.roposed to be surrendered it. Congressduring this controversy -
nuJ against what they call the internal slave progress it creates. If jou were to )ittldevery ( fiom the broad and fertile South. The nature and by no other authority. The con.lilltiol by Texas; lies throughout its whole extent a. t the South has proposed t the Missouri

trade-that is, the transmission one Southern\ State to another. Conscious of j! !ta\r'in the District of Colur1Jia-suhmi to teaches us that there can be no safety in submission. and the Wi'mot proviso it contains( is the ry. This is now a slavehoMing! country : and by the North. Twice she has proposed ;.
the fatal tendency of the agitation slavery inCongress j pirates for conveying sla\'lr Wilmot proviso passed and enforced IJ the must 1 be considered, as a part: of the South.- a compromise by which she consented. to leave
to destroy the peace and stability of one State to another-let trial by jury and the To submit to e\'ili, however great, uhilst} legislation of Congress. Here then is")that Place along their xvhole.! western boundary txyononslaxeliolding it to the courts of the United States to determine .

the Union, an effort vas made supported I writ of Juilcas lOrIS wrest from you in the they are endurable, is the disposition i of every exclusion from ibis territory by the act of States, and how long wIll the her rights, Instead of requiring sternly
a large portion of the Northern Hrr(l'nta. Northern States every fugitive slave-give up people-c'pecially of an agricultural people, Congiess, which almost every Souther State Indians be able! to maintain the institution of their recognition by Congress,fifleen sovereign
tires, to supple it by a rule in the House of! all your territories to swell Northern living :'apart, and having ir> a'5ocatinl in their in the Union has declared she would not uh- '.lax-erj; ? If the agency of Congress is not States have consented to be carried into the
Representatives, which provided, that al pe. I nance and predominance-wCul things arro.1 pursuits. But the! responsibility preserving : mit to, plainly and practically enforced by used lo abolish! directly slavery: in the Indian court of the country) and there to submit their
titions on the subject slavery should nd. there ] (!e are mean at one I free government rests with all its members! I this bill. A free people cannot }be satisfied territory, this end can be easily! accomplished! sovereign rights! in a territory belonging to
thcr considered, Irintld or re .ried. This I great end, the abolition of slavery in lue I whatexer in.iy: be their pur-wits, end not alone I i with the mode in which they are deprived of by tLe very means now in operation aggmstslaxery ihern to their find arbitrament. Their humiliition .
rule xvas assailed ( people of the Nor. I Slates. Sunendcring one of these means''' with those who have. .the poxvcr or the will til i their rights. A sovereign State will divJainlo in the southern States, which the Indian i dM not win the respect confidence ofthe .
thr States. as \iolati:!g that clause of the you will but inflame the power by \\Lichanother I destroy it. .A minority, I by submission mayas I enquire in That manner she is stripped of xvill have but little poxver ID resist. The North.! apd the proposition was twice re

Constitution which prohibits Congress from : will be exacted-and when all are much betray the con-titution, as a majority her property, aid degraded from an equality effect xvill b', that the Indian territory, large ,jected.The.
passing laxvs!to prevent the people from peaceably conquered, will the evil be arrested ? In fifty I by aggression. The constitution does not protect with her sisterStates. It is enough thai the enough for Iwo more Slales, wi be controlled South in our opinion, might accept one
assembling and petitioning for a redress years, twenty new non-slaveholding Statesmay a majority ; for they have allhf powers outrage is don*. The mode is of little con by the non-sl iveholding Thus by these other compromise not because it is co-exten-
(, In December be added the Union xvhiUt the South will lose SIVB wish our; right, but because it has been
ifgrievances. 1844, this rule to some of the government in their can pro. sequence. There is therefore in the mode o two points in the report
fell before the almost unanimous \- or the xh ich are now slaveholding, ma become liOfl.shavdIIollhing tect themsclx-es. The limitations of a coristitution extending the %U'ilmot proviso over the territory (four large States in Calif jrnia-(txvo in Texas (twice sanctioned by those who have gone be. j .. '
North : and 1uthe, unlimited power of introducing States. There then will be, no are designed to protect the minority : of California presented by the nothing I and two in the Indian lerrilory.. Nor is thIs ,I fore us. If the :urlt ofR-r the Missouri
aud (considering; :the subject of slavery! need'!, as now openly to put aside the constitution those \\ ho have no poxver, again tho' ;e who : to mitigate the indignation of Li.Southem all. The non-slaveholding! States will bebiought I I Cumpromise. lo to the Pacific Ocean, I '
.in Congress, was asserted. In t the meantime, to reach their object. If they will deign have it. I Hence, the great motive and duty of States, or to bam their determination lo to the \\.ster boundary of Missouri I the South cannot reject it, provided a distinct! '
the courlp of tbt. Northern! people showed to dn it, the non-slaxeholding Slatesill then self protection is peculiar: to a minority.independent ;I redress the wrong if inflicted. They are excluded I I and ,Aikansns along their whole extent, and recognition of our right to enter the terrirorySouth ,,
clearly, that the agitation of tluvcry in Congress have the power, by two-thirds in Congress and of that faith to the constitution which I from the whole Territory California, I xvill bound Tex- on her whole northern and I : of 33 dtg. 30 min. North bliluJe, is

was onoue of the m"ans they! relied thr,'e-fourths of the Slates, to amend the Constitution th'iy owe in common! with the nnjority.: Theytuu,1 a Territory eitensive enough to contain f four wpttr frontier. Thus the southern States I I expressed in the compromise. We should (
on to o\lrlhrow thr Union. Newspapers were and then have its express sanction protect themselves, and protect the constitution large Stales. will h IK> hemmed in by. the non.slaveholding! take this line as a partition line between the Jd' r

fet up amongst them and lecturers WCI hired( I !to consummate their policy. Your conditionis ; and if they fail in this double duty", )If the Convolution proposed by California. States on their whole western border-a policy I two sections of ihe Union ; arj'l besides this:, :
to gu abroad to excite: them ag.tint slaverx' in progressive. I they are at the least as culpable a" those who, about would which t ey h.\'p declared essential to ihe nothing but what the Constitution bcstovs.Although .-
the Southern States. Organization: xvere'forined If from the past transactions we have nar. I I! III aggressing upon their rights, overthrow the contained North allow nothing her lo enter the slavery Union, ? th"j end of abolishing slavery in the southern! I II I the Northern States would acquire
to carry)' (slaves from the South and to rated, we learn our condition in the Union- coastilution. And the public opinion of the the lerritpr'.al bills for CaJifor-I States. What can compensate the South, for by this compromise ,thrte.t urh of our vacant
protect them'iolrnre from recapture. Although they. teach us also that our past policy! of nonaction vorld is in conformity !views.. The nil xvere, (the last proposed limit :I such enormous xvrong. lt spoliation: ? territory, they will hive renounced: lha insufferable .,
at ) they
the Con"tilutiol requires that flgitkc11aveF and submission to aggression cannot oppressor is hated-but tIU unresistingly op. because the Con.reisl South rejected :I Rut ihis is not (the otyo'ir concessionsby : pretenlion: of restricting and preventing
like fugitives from should be i and When the doors them, : was not excuJec the I I the extension of the South xxhilst l they
justice, bring us peace safety. pressed i is dcspi..cll More respect w.thc from this territory, in terms. : this report. We must' not on'y yield to ,
tendered up 1J)the States to which they la,1 of Congress were thrown open to agitation on Ih" \- who submits to hi.powr. of this express h\'e left ilh. interests, but to the prejudices iftlie northern should extend indefinitely.
': haxe fled, legislatures of almost"eve iy the suliject of slavery, if the Southern States I tralt. The Southern States,thcrefire, although habitants territory been tt people. Slavery existed in the District of Columbia Having thus, fellow citizens, laid before you .
t-: Northern Slate, faithless'} to the, tieaty stipula'tion ; ;- had moved with energy to avert a slate (i a minority, are not exempt from the responsijility out any civil governments, solely because the when Congress accepted ihe cession a statement of your condition-your rights-
t between the States, passed laws designed i things unconstitutional itself, aud suiely tend. of preserving the constitution, and, in South, xvoild not her consent to L legislated i out of the territory composing it from ihe Stales and the remedy which, under present circumstances .. .
t and calculated. entirely to defeat this provision ing to bring the slave-holding anJ non-slave. reserving it, to protect themselves. of them with institutions ; and now thai. of ) }land and Virginia. No one can sup. you should accept, xve leave you for a II
I of the Constitution, without which the Union holding States into collision-although late. it this ObjeCt is accomplished by the Constitution that Maryland and Virginia slaveholding brief space cf time. It is proper to state to ,
- g would have never existed, and by these Jaws might not have been too late to stop sub-c- In what way shall they preserve the consli. presented I I)' California, these conserva- pose States now, could have designed to give Con. you that, while we are unanimous in approving I -
i virtually nullified the act of 1794! passed by quent encroachments upon our rights. But tution and protect thcms h'e! 1 ives-i these advocates of law and order-are an power over the institution of slaveryin the resolutions accompanying this address, ,
Congress to aid its enforcement. Not the Southern States and their As rule it is eager to admit her, without right or precedent, gress ) the this Conven'ion
content were passive : a gtnfrl undoubtedly( true, this ritory. Independently! of the wrong Delegates to are not ent
with the agita'ion of slavery in political circles forbearance) has had the effect inspiring the that \h I'n, 1 a government like ours"a ronslitutiisn into the Union. We are aware oftbe inconveniences 110 the people of the District, to emancipate tirely unanimous in approving all the arguments
the inhabitants of
the Northern people! forced it also into Northern people with the belief either that is xiolated! by a majority: xvho alone I California mayhdte I iheir slaves it would! be an intolerable evil lo contained in it, particularly such as re-
religious as associations extending over the Union we \'aIU a union with them more than we value can violate it in matters of legislation, it cannot suffered for want ol civil government established have a District between them, where emanci; lutes to the compromise bill pending -in the ,
I and produced a separation of the Methodist the institution of slavery or that we dare he restored to its integrity through the by Congress ; and (then-fore. are. I pation prevails by the au'hority! of Congress. United Slates Senate, though ncne are in fiT

and Baptist Churches. The result of all not move from a conscious inability to protect ordinary means of the government ; for; these: prepared lo jield: in: ich.L.on. i account i __o"lhl_ '-_ _ciru icumstances I Congress, in Ihe bill reported as a part of the vor of that bill!, unless it be amended in con.
1 I these various methods assailing slavery in ourselves. You have ungenerously stood still, mans, being under the control of the inmcn iricy nave UlCpllctm. so-called compromise, now begins. ihe work brmity with our resolutions,or in such manner .
5 the Southern States, was, that i became the 'I whist your supporters and the defenders of the ty, are not available to the minority.tnajori.\\ The next measure i is in perfect" keeping will | emancipation declaring that if any slaves as shall substantially secure to the! South the '
of" the It takes from
grand topic of interest and discuiol! in Congress j in the Northern States, in their for this reason, that frequent elections of our this first featuie report. brought into Ih) District for sale, he sballje rights asserted in them. U nti Congress ad. _
and out of COn I\ls, and one of the most efforts to protect you from the agitations of rulers take place in our system of free go,'. Texas, territory sufficient for two large States, liberated and,] free." If a slave is liberated ourns. we cannot know it will do, or \, ;
important elements of politics! in the Union. slavery in ConJress, have been politically annihilated eminent, in order that the people, by their direct and adds them to New Mexico. What the because he is brought ii\'o\ the lisfric will fail to do.Ve must, therefore, meet .
Thus an institution, belonging to the Southern I your foes. You hart intervention, may change the majCritBut .- bill contains: with respect to slavery will be of the next step, to liberate him because w ajjain after its adjIurnrtnt. to consider the F i' ,
States exclusively, was xvrebted from their ex- tamely ar.uicsced-unti, to hate and perse. [ this resource cannot avail us in the viola. little consequence ; lor it is designed thai shall next : .nc uuirici, is 10 uimcuii. 1 he power to nnai condition Wi leave you.- '
elusive control and winter New Mexico, thus constituted in Ihe District of Co. We recommend to you, and exhort you to send ., F t
; instead of that protectionwhich cute the a high passport to tions: of the con titution, which now press and emancipate the slaves '
is the great object of all governments, honor and power in the Union. You have un. harrass the South. Ry changing their representalixes folloxv the example California, and be excluding ad-. lumbia is thus churned nnd exercised by Con. Relegates from every county and district in the 1
and xvhich the Constitution of the UnitedStates still, whilst year after year the hoxv can the people of the South milted as a Slate with a Constitution gress. Many of the ablest men of the South Southern States to meet us when we again .
guarantees to all!! the States and their institution wiselJ stoo anti-slavery: policy and sympathy affect the majority in Congres and restore slavery from its limits-for, xvithout such have[ denied that Congress possesses any such assemble! It i is no ordinary: occasion which

*, the Northern Slates, and Congress under has swollen into unanimity throughout all the the constitution 1 Their representatives are exclusion, she cannot hope to be admitted by power[ whilst all agreed, until lately, that for has assembled us together. The Constitution, ;
their control, combined together, to assail non. la\'eLolding States, and the sections of true, and have done all that men can do, to tht iion-sluveholdingS'ates into the U nion.- Congress to interfere with this institution, and the Union it created, so long dear.to your' "
and destroy slavery in the South. TLe Sou. the Union now face each othei in stern colli- preserve the constitution from the aggressionsof The effect will be, that territory, over which I xvhiist slavery existed in Maryland and Virginia hearts, are lo he preserved, and your libertiesand -
them States did nothing to indicate their sion. You have waited, until the Constitution the majority. Removing them, and putting slavery now exists, equal to two States, xvill xvould! be a gross breach of 1 faith towards those yoqr institutions maintained.
rights and arrest this course of thin-s. The of the United States is in danger rofJling abolished -i! other representatives in Congress, could have be wrested from the South, and wilJ) givenup States, and an outrage upon the whole South. t
Mexican war }broke out ; and instead of that -or of becoming what majority in no effect in restoring the constitution. has l lo the non-slaveholding rTe pre- How long xvill that facility which yields to the Resolutions of the Southern Convention.-

patriotic co-operation of all) sections of the P n. Congress think proper to make it. That great been broken by the representatives I the text is, that there is iOne doubt as l her laxvs the prejudice against the buying and selling of NASHVILLE, June 8, 1530. ;I Ii.
ion, which would! have taken place in the bet. principle on which our system of free govern people of the Northern States-xvho sustain : boundaries of Texas. Texas, by had, slaves be able to resist the greater prejudices :1. Resolved, That the Territories of tho' :

ter days of the Republic, to bring it to a just ment rests-of so dividing the powers of Government them in their violations of the constitution.It .- 1 when she was admitted towards into the the Wetf Union, and, thai which exists against the holding!! of slaves at I Unite Slates belong to tho people of the sevt' + .
and honorable conclusion, in the very first sp.I -thai to a common Government, on is clear that the ballot box in the South is but one boundary in all in the District of Columbia' I I era! of this Union as their common ,J

I proplV.ion bill to carry it on, the North en.dtarored ly those powers should be granted, which must for its protection. And the same boundary was the Rio Grande.her inlf Congress the Union, For all these sacrifices to the interests andprejudices pro, erty ; that the citizens of the several .
to thrust tbe subject of slavciy. affect all the people composing it equally in causes which induced the violations of the con. the resolutions this admitting L doxvn of the people of the north the South! Slates have equal rights to migrate with their .
Throughout the war, they kept up the agita- their operation-xxhilstall powers over all in. stilution by the Northern majority prevents recognized boundary between, )laying : a is tendered the last ,measure of the compromisethe property to these Territories, and are equally' } r _
lion ; thus early manifesting their determination terests local or should be reservedto its restoration to its integrity. line of limitation ti slaveholding Government t P F
sectional Throughout the Mis. fugitive slaie 'bill as they propose to a. entitled l II the protection of ihe Federal ,
that the General Government in none of local or go\'erments-is in dan. the Northern States, there has been no indication and uon.sl\hoIJing States-heing( min. mend it. To understand the extent of the in the enjoyment of that property so- ,
il operations, internal or external, shall be ger of being uprooted from their Constitution. of any chang in their policy. On the souri Compromise of 30 deg.that 30 parallel of concession the South receives on this point we long as the Territories rernaju under' charge I' ,
exempte from the introduction of this:danger- Local and sectional interests absorb the time contrary the majority against the South is of Norlh; latitud.thrJug") which is very part we must look to the rights tha constitution of i Ihl Government. t :
subject. The war closed with honor ; and business Congress, and thus, a sectional greater in the present Congress than in the i her territory, her right to now ques 2. R That Congress ha; no power J .
of the Rio Grande to con era.
and an immense territor' wa nddd to the despotism, totally irresponsible to the people I last following the usual course of every suc tioned. Her boundary her this and framers of tho constitution were perfectly to cvcd the Territory of the United .
United its source alone gave ) ; The .
States. threats were of the South Representatives election for Nor have we
years past. and ratified in the resolu. that the General Government Slates any properly lawfully held in the States
realized ; add the non-slavebolding Stales in Congress from the non-slaveholdiiif seen in the action of the States, with few exceptions was thus recognized aware them of the Union, and act which passed
To vindicate this boun. have but little to secure to any may .
immediately claimed the right to exclude the' Slates-ignorant of our feelings, condition and any proof of a sense of returning lions annexation. member of the Union, the could slaves in power the nonslaveholdingStates. by Congress tu effect this result is a plain violation I f ____
for Texas, as a their fugitive
We of the Suther States from all the ter. institutions-reigns at Washington. Theseare justice to us, or of reverence for the constim. dary of Slate of the Constitution of the United States. '
and in the of whole internal police a
took The
ntory them- the fruits of forbearance and sub. tion. Several) of them lest false inferences Mexican xvnr place ; treaty
acq'lired and to appropriate it to your past Hidalgo, it was finally vindicated' must be under the control of ihe State, and by 3. Kesolced, That it is the duty of Congress
fh'rs tis pretension arose from a mere mission. might be drawn as to their position, have Gaudaloupe to provide for the Terri-
be proper governments
settled clause in the designa- could slaves re-captured.
lust of power, it would be hard to bear the supenontyaDd If we look into the nature things, such re. taken care lately to reiterate in tha most of. and by a treaty this chiefly the I (onus since the spirit American Institutions
the Rio Grandj the boundary therefore, not relying on leg. ;
it would de. suits will not seem to be either lensive form their former declarations against ling a
mastery new or strange.'I'here fugitive forbids the rnainiainance of
grade the imples. I Mexico and the Uniled Slates. Thus by the i islation of Congress alone, requires that a : ) military governments '
Sother I the i is but one condition, in which one our rights ; and when a great Senator, I
equals T. Sts being peo representing laws Texas, by the legislation of Congress, fclive} escaping into a non.slaeholing in time of peace, and as all laws hero .
o Northern States, to a position of pie can he safe under tho dominion of another one of them, anxious for the perpetuation toloru in Territories
of the United States shall he delivered existing once belonging
COlonial, and by solemn treaty State, upon caim
infcnontjr. Rut is when of the Union has ventured advocate t ?
and lhat their interests to
when exclusion '
your people ; Fugitive.slaves to foreign which interefere with the 4
II the Rio Grande is the Western boundary of to whom he belong' powers
not from party"
a mere lust or but is only) entirely identical. Then, the dominant, can something justice to the South, he has been Yet the is set t that her the footing of fugitive criminals, full eujoytncnt religion ; the freedom of ihu "
funher ( Tcx-is. pretension up
are put upon
the ,bohiuon step '" the Pr ofthin"s aiming not oppress the subject without oppressing rebuked by the legislature of the Slate ha territory does not extend to within ihee hun. (and are to be delivered up,to the State author. press; The trial by jury and all other rigbu of
of slavery in ; The of interest between and virtually denounced for his fidelity
estae by the themselves. represents and secured recon3ze4
dq enforce as Qt
tltcna&3fl inj dred miles of the Missouri Compromise line, i jtics. If ttyjsc authorities > mt persons property 4
( mul".1cltion" of non.la vehol. thorn, It tbe seoirrtj for right bo\emment.- to the conMi'ution. This r oace, thent -:4f: :

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in the Constitution of the United States art 1. Retolred, That true bounderies of the :lights Congress has /power under the ConJ I Journa J. Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Calhoun. I Of one thing 1 am certain-thai !

nrcetsarilv void so oon! as such: Tcrritoril -', Stale Texas are defined in the treaty ufMay '!stitution, to create or destroy it alY"% |h119e ; lo ) .lori iC1 $ M.IJ. Beard's I letter accompanying the Mmi.I>f i'/ll aftsae make oj a slaves slave from of a one tingle Slat to anol4'f4 I' te I

l lK'cttrne American Terriiories' it Is the dut> 14th, J 1330, signed lly the. Presidenl tf .can such power be derived from foreign ias.ciinq'iest .] nation conferred upon him, contain: the fallowing \\\conlil nut tie so uii/.eul it, to diffution uoI !

.>f the Federal Government to make earl\\ TCla and the membcia c.ll1t there cession treaty or the lawn of lalio I '. R. B. HILTON I &C. E. DYKE, sentence : I. CdtT"face would, molt llr II"n .ndieiZe7

provision for the enactment( of those l-iws which of on the one. part, am! by Ihl authorized nor troth ;any oilier source but an amendment] EDITORS .AND PROPRIKTOnS. "My( trust, liovrevrr, net the ucce of the I hrpj'r; and prcp"'tionally facilitate the :Q/y
_.I _. ._ for pruhmrnt of their
of .. of the Constitution itself. I' dinjill"S"on
-.1 ly
may be expedient and necessary to secure I"! rcprexenlatitca of the government 'xico. > )emc>rratic party only,but (fur'the permanence of ihe .'b"d,',& K guar enianeipationt *
1 !
the inhabitants of and emigrants; to such Tor ,m the other j part, setting forth the lines of de. Saturday, June 29, 1850. fl'derll"ion, .it biswl upon the tru'li and force ol lnenc". too. from nJmle" act ol power co JjU/0"would ; !I a .

ritoriet the full (benefit of the constitutional mirkation, in the (loiugorl to wit :- Resolved, That the Cnn tltution-confer Du p'---_._. -- .'.. \. -__ .-.- those principles which the immortal Jelfcraon made the jealowy excited by the lnJerbk'irg.r; :?**
lie i-\vork ol( that which ,
< and
rights we assert. The line shall commence at 111 ostiurj, (u power upon Congress to regulate or prohibl! iroiri pvty were to regulate the condition of thedjerent deicr'I!
{ i
NOMINATION. the lamented
4. Resolved, That to protect probity cxis 'mouth of the Rio Grande, on the Wt' I'r bank [:he sale nnd transfer of slave! between (he :lll"tr.ltd by Calhoun. ,>.f 1.1 combine, a State. ThiS, certainty r u ?j I?*
This has the' xclUMve ig.lt of Stafrbieh
suggested question as every nothing
ting in the several Slates nf the Union the ..hereof i people of these Slates invested tlw Federal r 'cr, the point where the 1.!. That it is the tutJ. of Conge ti. to the harmony subsisting between the polili- Jencral Government. Could Cocgrt**,given for to 'y'

Government; wiihjhe pnvcrs of war and ne. tSUItS the name of Ho Bravo del Norte. provide effectual means of executing the 3< ] JOHN BEARD.Death cal principles of ihese illustrious men. Was '
foliation, nud of mstsiiiuiig armie, nnd naties i from which point it proceed on the said section of the 4th artic'e' of the Constitution -- -- ,- -,- \ Calhoun the advocate Jefferson's poliiial lht State, or?"that they sh.l not emigrate into IDJ 'I"

und'prohibited to State authorities ihe exercise! western bank lo the head waters or source ( relating (to the restota'ion of fugitives from and constitutional ? itis
of the Hon. W. H. principles \hEn
of the same powers. They made: no di-criin-, aid ri.r, it being understood that the ierm! service or lalo. The Sentinel and Conventions.
\ shroud columns in recollected that ihe late Senator from South
ination in the protection to be allord-Ml or the| Rio Grande and Rio Bravo dH None upp ., ltolred, That1(1 the Convention ad. our ; a a tCI\en 4 The Sent in with
description of the property to bo defended, nor In and designate line and the same stream,- jour adjourn l(' meet at Nashville, or the )f rcspecMo the memory of this distinguished. Carolina was never known to make profession characteristic li modesty'

was it allowed to the Federal Government to lrol the source of said river, the principal "Glh Monday after !Jhe adjournment of ihe present :gentleman whose melancholly death occured'nTallahassee or the sake popularity! and never hesitated !inds; fault wih the Suwannee Convention; I?.

determine what thould be held [head branch being taken to ascertain thai session ol Congress, and that the S"ulher uuse it did not enact resolutions, &c.,
a.property. at his residence i on Friday; 'o differ' from any authority, however potential, a hai
Whatever the Slates deal with a. pioperly the source, a due north line shall be run until it States be lecomsientied to fill their delegation iiorning, June 28ih. By his demise, Florida which he considered erroneous, it would seem :generally been done by similar bodies from

Federal! Government is bo'ind' to recognise aud) ,bal intersect (he boundary line e.laIJlislu'r the consider. !has; lost perhaps the most brilliant intellect 10 be enough to settle the matter to refer to : stopping to
I. the That
described in
euch. it is the sense of, treaty negotiated by : : reception ,. ire the
elt'nr a Tlerch'e wc reasons that
Con\'l'uliol :tts of the Federal between the government of Spain and hit at ion by Congress resolutions! memorials within her lmit! None who knew him vell, \r. Calhoun's own evidence. We need not did no

Government; which tend to denationalize prop hiovernment of the United States of the North : petitions, from the States in which r"ailed; lo award to the deceased the possession ,a that his testimony is most decided : thai ee proper to gratify our neighbor in this rej.pecf .

ertyof any description recognized in the Cone'.iiution 1 which line was subsequently liansfrred, to and slavery! doei not exit, or from the orl ,if genius of high order. He only needed ) Ihe great principles of State Sovereignty we will remark that; objections from tuck
that discriminate in the of limits made betweeilihe pie of ihe said States, in relation to the 101
: and laws ..f the SI.altI, or jAdopted( treaty rontinuancB of life( connected a source come with an exceedingly bad
with the
physical cardinal doctrine of State Mr. grace
where does! nit with ad Rights
in the degree and efficiency ef the government of .Mexico and that olJthe lution slavery it hen it is :
protection to L atrJe.to it, or which weaken I United States ; and 'Yom this point of in view effecting its abolition, or to impair the vigor proportioned to his mental strength, to Calhoun ever regarded himseifliut a the fol- has rtrmhered:\ an outcrllh t

or destroy any citizen upon A. !lersection the line shall be the same that war rights of those interested in ::1: to iu peaceful have risen to eminent rank among the gnat (lower and disciple Jefferson. He claimed paper always made at such proceedings ly

merican Territories, ate plain and palpable: made and established! in and by (the several
violations of the fundamental law under whichit [treaties above mentioned to continue lo thf an entire subversion, of the right petition as was :37 years of age lhe23J February last. ;,114 prnciples; from )hose fountains of chief reason the Senindr and through it

nisil.t .mouth or outlet ot the Sabine river, and hoc secuitd by the federal Constitution, and if persisted pure Whigs of Florida, (jrAr it suited
..Alri'tI. Thnt ihe plaveholdinc State thence to the Gulfuf Mexico." Thai the saic in mu-t and will lead to the must dl.J \Ve hope that some friend, whose ability bel. )liticaf truth and Republican faith, the'l tie their
roncenicnce have
cannot and wi not *uhmit to the enactment. State ol Texas asserted sovereign authority rotfs and lamentable cotiseqmmeiieestbatthe le fits for the wcrk, will furnish us an np E Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 ,) ever given against Ccn.venlions .

by Congress any law imposing onerous conditions .iver all territory comprehended wilbin lh'jninJary < right petition for a redress of grie van.ces ,prfafe obituary: not ice. and '{principles, which are receiving newl has been this: ; that the pliclo

or restraints ) of set foAi in the resolution. for the Congiitilion he all
Ujionthe rights master* foregoing R provided by was -- I value, significance and importance, from country upon sITjecs must 1 CUD
to remove with their property into the Terrilo I jl before the date of the recognition oilier in Icsigned t to enable the citizens of tie United Mails-Madison Package. rolled, not by the enlightened

ries of the UniteSutes] or to any law inak dependence I by the government of the (Unite( Slates to manifest and nuke ko\t to Congress Nowhere else are ihe people cursed with Ilanc to which the liberty and equality tltl lent judgment of her legislators ant, but inrepD
ing discriminations in favor of tho proprietors, States and before the dale of her anncxatioi the existence of evils under -hich Ihe) the South are now exposed. On the : th

ot! other properly against them. Ito the United States : and her claim to these were suffering, whether affecting, them personally such a mail system, or utter want of system jreal questions of Hank, Tariff and arbitrary decrees of partisan: leaders_usually

0. Hcsolccd'rtil it is the duty of the FedTiil .I (boundaries, was well known to the govern. locally or genclal., ano lo cause is in Florida. Scarcely a stage arrives which .Improvements by the General Government. given forth at some irresponsible conventionor

Government plainly to recognize and ment of the United States, as evidenced by v >uch t\.i" to be )the prper and Joes not bring complaints of some irregularity. they were alike tothe Federal '. ca cu3." And bence, when, in 1916, the

firmly to maintain! the equal tights of the citizen map distinctly setting them forth} published fo competent authorit. but never designed or failure in the receipt of t our paper. Wehave opposed Whig Convention met at Suwannco and nominated
of the 'e\'craI8tales in the Territories of the use of intended of warty. We refer the reader to the followingletter
our the lime of tin or
at injury on .
go\'erlJlul. n mtans inflicting .. just learned that the Floridian of thu 23d, Mr. Kain for Congress, and sent forth
the United States, and to repudiate the power (annexation Texas, und extensively circnla- others, or jeoparding the peaceful and secure of Mr. Jeflbrson touching upon the doctrine along

to make a discrimination between the proprietors I.'c by members of Congress und other pul enjoyment of their rights, whether existing .. was not received at Madison C. II. Whether [ of State Rights and its opposite with his name an address and resolutions! ,tha

different species ol property in Federal le agents. That by the terms of the joint' under the Constitution or under tie sovereignty the fault of ihe failure is in this city or else dation," alluding as it does, (and "consol.I') Sentinel of the 25th of August of that year,

Legislation. The fulfilment' of this duty In (resolution for annexing Texas to ihe Cuill and authority*of(he several States. where we know notthat i is not at this held the following! language in reference to
doctrines ohms Protective Tariff ( !
the Federal Government, would! greatly tend plates, it is expressly provided that ihe Unanimously adopted. IUler1 the
I gov printing office, we do Icnotr. By this sb\nrfutl resolulIons adopted by that Con\enliol:
to restore the peace of the country and to. ) ; Irumcnt of the Stales should htv; -------- --- nal Improvements. Under date December
ala Lnit.c From the .lu usta Repcsb1ic:1J7ii.: ire, not less than our reader are "Thus I be Convention; which
; ( ) negligence ,
the exasperation and excitement which nouexiets : [power to adjust 3\ (questions of -Glh, 1823, he writes as follows lo that un- nominate
Loundal. A Silver Bridge for an made to sutler. Discontinuances for olh- Mr. Kain, took upon themselves the
htI\lf'1 the different sections of the r-; which might arise other \' no fielding Republican, \\'. B. Giles : I iiuine
111011. For it is the delil>erate opinion of this hat no such question of boundary has heel "For a flying enemy make a sih'f1 bridge." cr reason than failure to receive the paper; Sir I do, with the I Dt.u. see as you deepest t affliction him and the
Convention that the tolerance Congress I haV adjusted with other This is a Spanish proverb, beautituily and govern course bE was to puriue,
any government, so as ti have become painfully frequent. We cana ; the IJpilIIT'u with which the -tJtT/
gh'en to the notion that Federal authority might contract or varv- the n__ liOlllari"1 I...." T..THC. ._ I Jitrongly cxpiessiie of th- utility of giving alangerous ]'' t branch of our {fJrnmwt is advancing tOIard."t 'ind required his; assent thereto, insteadofltac-
be employed incidentally and i indirectly-to 1'tiat Mexico, by-0 the treaty of Gaudalupe: A "Hi, enemy, disftosed tojiy every opporlumty only promise, .)way of aiding in amending i, he usin jtntion of all rights reserved to I."t' Slatts]F., ing him to publish his own sentiments and to

subvert or weaken the.institutions! existing' in| lalgo, expressly relinquished all claim to nil to escapu. While it may be prudent][matters, that if our readers will help us in dis- j ;iiiu I tha, CONSOLIDATION IN ITSELF OF ALL PO\VFRI; ;adopt such course, in the event of his election,
the Stales and not cowardly, to make a silver for 3 FOREIGN AND .o lnac, and thattooby con-v as his own unbia'sed jrjdgment, and know!
confessedly beyond Federal jurisdiction territory comprehended within i the bounda ties bridge covering the culpable parties, we will expose? iruetion which it l legitimate, leave no limits ti-r- .
and control, is a main rau c of the dis. !heretofore desciibed ; whereby, the claim of the escape of an enemy, is it not at varianceviih :them, be they who they may. There are|their power. Take together the decisions of:the*.*dge of the pressing wants of the people,might
cord which menaces the .existence of thc Union.' Texas became settled, and her common sense ; does it not look like absolute Federal Court, the doctrines of the Piesidenf, aruS! require.' It i i4 evident, therefore, that the Sn.
and which htc, nigh destroyed the efficient became complete. herjurisdiclion amluthoiity dementatioii, for a people to make I silver,[some thing which are past t endurance. jjthe misconstructions of I the Constitutional cumpartacted ,! nannee Convention, which is not responsible
1 S'3tt -- ---- on by the Legislature of the Federal branch :, I t the and nU .Mr. Kain who .
action of !. Fcdsial Government i. of Texas should not be hindered or disturber! bridge for an Al'lRO.\CIHNU DANGER.OUS The Nashville Convention. Bandit i is but too evident that the three ruling branches ::0 people, i i. ejecf.cd
will be
elf. l II y any authority whatever, in the exercise o. .AND FORM1DAIJLE! ENEMY 1 Can ol l Ihjt depai: (merit, aie in the combination lo !( responsible, has undertaken lo
7. Resolved, That the performs of this .all such sovereign and supreme power ovei any people be guilty of such folly and mad. We hope no reader will think that we havejgiven *trip[ their c .leatt'3. the State authorities, of Ihe) represent ihe people of Florida in Congress."

duty is required by the fundamental law of the all territory within her limits a! may be lawfully ness 1 lOne would! think no'. And yet the too much space to the Address and Reso.1:'powers rterHb ,and to exercise. Ihemselvf, Now however, when the Su\a nee Con.
ill Under the
functions and
Union. The eq-ulity of the people of the t exeicised by any other sovereign; Slat people of! the South are, lo all intent and purposes !utions of the SOlthr Convention. 'fJ', foreign COMMERCE d/lhlic, the a-"suuie, indefinitely poweit'i : vention in 1S50: which nominated Jaj. Beard,
t-cveral Status composing the Union cannot ..f ihe confederacy over territory within its a' called upon to do an act oftuch insaniy. Resolutions were adopted without a dissenting that al 14 over Agriculture and MANUFACTURES lid not lake upon themselves the issuing of amanifesto

lIe disturbed! without disturbing the frame of] ocitaincd lmits. > They are called upon lo buy from Tel!, cal it regulation ton, to take the earnings:of o.ie ot!
voice. The Address of the
the American institution This principle isio1atei 2. That all the withiiihe a slate Slate, territory twice the size 01111'. by (the unarimou"jrole .e branches of industry, and th.it tro, the most principles which are to gov.erri .

\' in the delicti of the citizens: of the : limits(of the Stale ol Texas territory, being now State- of Georgia, to make it what; every one of all the nine States represented. depressed and put them into 'he pockets of the other | him and the course he is lo pursue." the
the flourishing of Under the authorityto
klave.holding! States if power. to enter into the s areholding territory it is of vital imp.irtanci'o believes under I the provisions of the Co.npri- IJy the unanimity: moderation, firmness and estabU-Ji It., Pod Roads, al.\claim hat of cutting Srntilt objects, and says, I the views of Ib

terrilorick with the propeity; lawfully! :,arq'iired' the Soutler States, thai no portion of i, 'ui isi' bill, it would become, FREE SOIL wisdom which marked its proceedings, this lown mountains for the construction of Roads of t .. candidate become the views of the party, i:

in the States. The warfare against thu right. ,hiUM be Iransferred to the jurisdiction of th- TERRITO ,Y has 1 lizging Canals; and aided by a little sophistry on of force and whether
body) given inexpressible gratification to point efficacy, they are
: the words general welfare, a right to do, nut onl
That would then add
i Ia
a war upon the Constitution. The dcien- Federal Government, wiil.oit:! ihe territory two or morefiee
m st ex- its friends, while it has scattered to the wind the arts (to ttFut hat which are specially enun.tr. actually the views of the party or not !"-
den ofthii right, ate defenders of the Const plct "cartiou. thai the shall IJe la\1 States to the present number, to aid thf'enunics .t1d or permitted; what soever they
alP 1al tJnlul
tution. Those who deny or impair its exercise, territory il haldl of the United States, as .' ; of our institution to crush it. It i is !ihe calumnies. and abuse of its enemies Fu- '/.re/fJi// \vi 1 be for the general \ \\hol We might well leave so adroit :politician t loirgue

are unf.illfullo the constitution, and if disunion fully as i now is in the hands of Texas.Aimn proposed lo purchase i it: of Texas, at a cost ofj" lure chroniclers of the times will note with i.our resource fur the preservation of the Constitution both sidts of the case, for any thing he

follows the de&truc'ioii' of tie right, they aie Imciit to 2J Resolution.Thai .." ironi 10 lo 20 mi'.lion: of dollars. To. pay islonishment the fact, that at such a crisis a$1, rcaion? and Reason. argue and with argument the marble!-You! columns might[ as encircling well-,. can say against the course of the recent Convention .
the disunion-! that for slate
amount of .v/7rer/ to
no between the United territory this in :hc history of ihe South, beleaguered them. The Representative* chosen t t.y ourselves can be rebutted something he Lu
8. That the performance of its ngreemcril make it slarc territory, knowing that the ? They arc joined in the combination, sonu .
lrsrrd. States and Texas for a cession to the formei alt .is4she is by the most terrible dangers, the i formerly said favor of the same course.-
duties upon the principle we declare people latterj trill bf our enemy, and proposition from incorrect views of Government, some from :
would enable Congress to remove the embarrassments of a par of I the territoiy of the latter, shoulc'ii.Mharge seek to destroy our instiU'.ion! would be for a great council to advise in refertiiice : corrupt ones, sufficient voting together, to outnumber .. But we will sa for the information of the Sentinel .
the Government cube United Stite| wi : the sound parts, and with majorities of only 1.i )
in which the country is now involved. :from the obligations to admit into the Unioi realizing the reverse of the S>anish proverb. to her very existence, met with inexorable or 3, bold enough to go forward in dsnance." -for a paper so familur. with variations

The vacant territories of the United' IT WOULD MAKE A SILVER BUDI rouAX within her limits The in creeds in his ranks .
tour new States, lo be created' on the opposition own Even the famous doctrine of nullification political own may pli.blJ
States, no regarded for leriof APPROACHING g \ .
longer a prizes ectional tf Texas, with the institution of yet in which live offers to of which think that his undergoing:
rapacity and ambition, ] Lp gradually 1 slavery, ancprovision Southern men. are called to sustain the century xve coming (about the correctness we express no opponents are
\uut should be made in I the article ofces upo times no problem than this. Thai of.Mr. Calhoun. I the same mutations-I that ihe Democratic :
not party
occupied by inhabitants drl1: to them bj ..ion to said Compromise of the committee thirteen !- stranger opinion,) was a discovery -

their interests and fteln s.tnj institutions 3. Resolved preserve, fll1 is aion.: the of the Georgians are not only invited; but many olj similar bodies meeting a little previous to the Zealomly' as he sustained and cherished it, adheres to its opposition to a National Bank,

fitted to them na'urally applied In whole South lo thc duty of them are ready to rontrtbite their silver federation of American Independence, should he did not claim ils paternity. I i is the offspring a Protective Tariff 1 Distribution of the Proceeds

governments formed on mcrcan ideas and fanatics oppose attempt Xorller ;:0 build this bridge for their o*:destruction. have been denounced tories and whom of the Public Lands, .
; to get possession of by hireling of Mr. Jeffjrson from Mr. Cal. a general corrupting
approved by the deliberate choice of their con any part til' We are to trifle with our own -
stituents. The community would bo educated territory rightfully belonging: lo Texas-, for the destiny-to call upon to the notes of a political [of the IJritish Crown i ia nut strange ; that the houn received il.Ve quote from the Ken. scheme of Internal Improvements by the

purpose of excluding therefrom the people of late Nashville Convention should have been General Government, and to the Galphins
and disciplined under a republican administration syren-to forge our own chains and plail them Itucky Resolutions of 03 9'J-written by Mr.
the South and
in halits of self government, and fled lves. especially the Texans dIems with silver-to embrace degradation and ruin defamed I,)Noithern Free S'Jier is not inexplicable Jefferson himyel: (generally, and i is:in favor of the Sub-Treasury! ,

for an association 3 a Slate, and to the enjoy. 4. Resolved, Thntdlne the ; with cheeifulnejs, and even vith fervor !-I ; but thai Southern men, amid all } $ / the several Stales composing [the Tarif of 1S16, and a strict cODtructiol
mel, of a place in the Confederacy.)'. A comrnunily po' >n o Southern member of either house ofj I! e United States America, are not united on Ihe
Texas: in ihe very bieach through which this \hat the existing and most t portentous circumsian. [of; and adherence to, the Constitution, and tathe
l unlimited submission their General'f
BO formed and organized, might well Congress for such an enormity ?- principle I to
assault be made tile CJtstflUtieflahrights wile under which it called! should have ; but that under the therein granted to the Govern
claim admission to the Union and none would may on : him who put his pretended lion skin crs was uctrmimerit ; by compact style powers
rf the South I .ind title of Constitution for the United States, and
the entitles her to the a"$ur titempted to its frustrateits mente In opposing these measures,and in the
dispute validity of the claim. : ofcoidial and resolute ,sure some other, be it what it may. prevent assembly or '>f amendments thereto, they constituted 0 General
9. Resolved. That a recognition of lhi: \ce State support from everyslaveholding I will be scandalous and disgraceful to the noble ol.jecls-who can solve an e.igma [I iluvernment for special purpose, delegated to that. advocacy* of those which have made our counI -

principle! would deprive the questions between these Stales have u like degree, for Southern men to build a silver like this ? i overnrrnt certain definite powers, reserving ead I and the Democratic
try great party
Texas and the United States of their factional right lo expect) that she will not be ho false t to aid the of that; StJtc In itself the residuary mass of right to prosperous
lo an
herself and regnrdless (,flheir( inleiest, as to bridge approach enemy Florida was represented by four delegates : ,>wn lf- nverment ; and, that whensoever the !has whipped every button offihe Whig coal,'
character, and would I leave them for adjustment' has never shown them quarters, and e'.cl now General Government assumes undelegated ,
without disturbance from sectional prejudicesand any sum of money as a consideiationor lnats over the prospect of annihilating their ( Hernandez, much lo his r grel, was .acts ire unauthoritative, void, and of no force PO\ era; that it as was honestly admitted by Wm. Cost John

passions, uP'J considerations of magnan admiting an enemy within her gales, and peculiar institution kept away by sickness. Mr. Cabell, we pre to this compact each State acceded as a State, and is.in son of Maryland in 1343.. These are the
establishing there a of abolition I and this Government created bthi.c
laity and justice. and a harbor for 'hlongholc\ ume, by his duties at Washington. To integral compact.: party was; Dt made the exclusive, or final views of t the parly and of their candidate, Maj.

10. Resolved, That a recognition of this. 5. Resolved, That the right of the peopl. Arrival of the Cambria. "leg r5. Foreman, DuPont) Pearson and .j'idgeor Ihe extent of the power delegated! lo itself: Beard, and the Sentinel has not to look to the
principle would infuse a of conciliation June 21. that would have made discretion, and
spirit n\LTUrOnF. I -ince : its not .
IJfTexa to 'form, at the proper lime, with the McLcllan, the State owes a debt of the deepest man ilesto" ofa Suwannee Convention,made
in the discussion and adjustment of all the subjects Steamer Cambria arrived at Halifax the Con-titution, Ihe measure ol its powers ; but
of fcectional dispute, which would Turd( consent of lhat State, four new sla\'"hJin:5Iatl's on I Friday morning with one week's later in. ,gratitude.O that ai in all other cases of compact among parties ''up a he }of partizan leaders," to know
: in addition EACH PARTY HAS AN
said '
to State of : having no cnmmonjm.dge. .
a guaranty of an early and satisfactory deter >the territory is clear and ou. telligence from Liverpool. The Convention after adopting Address' EQUAL RIGHT TO JUDGE FOR ITSELF. AS it.

mination. and thereof unquestionable The steamer pacific arh.ed at Liverpool 'and Resolutions, look a recess until after the WELL OF I FRACTJS OF THE MODEAND On the questions agitating! the Union, the

1 J. That in the event a dominant ? by any men on Friday the 7th inst. this has done ltE. REDRES of ihe it
Resolrrd legislative construction ;adjournment Congress. In position Democratic i is what
or i
mljol ( to recognize the great guarantee. Cotton is unchanged but firmer. The salesof Here we have the very essence of the Re. party
well. We but in the beginning ihould the
are, comparatively, be-eminently Southern to
constitutional rights we assert, and shdl con. I the week amount to 60,000 bales. Flour, publican faith of"93 and '99-the ground upon even

tinue to deny the obligations of tho Federal 1. Resohed, That ihe whole legislative is dull and unchanged. Corn is inactive, and of troubles. The South must adopt which the South will soon find that she has to ;* biter end ;" and yet, stern and unyielding

Government to maintain them, it is the sense power ol the United States Government i. de. has declined Gd a Is. Provisions are very some systematic, well matured and adjusted a is that position, they would save the Union
be forever fallen.
of this Convention that the Territories shouldbe rived from the Constitution and delegated t to quiet, and Lard li 3d lower. Late Continental plan self-protection, to be carried out b) land-or if t possible, but not the sacrifice of honor
treated and divided and be advices have created demand for Again : a
a properly between Congress cannot increased or diininihed an active
all their members, rr degradation and ruin and dear Con
the sections of the Union, so that the rights of i but by an amrncndmeut of ihe Constilu all descriptions cf Coffee which has advancedfiom Resolved, S S (This,too, was written by Mr. rights a life. The Suwannee
both sections be adequately secured in their lion. 3 to 5s per cwt. The news from Cuba are certain. It is sincerely to be hoped that Jefferson,)-" That the principle and construction vention did not think it wise and expedient, IBtdce

." *flt .._ _*_ .. *W.. 1iJ.r,1. Tliat hip nrrv""m nf lorri. stjcncthened the prices of Sw'ar materially.1 in the recess which has been taken the delegations contended for by sundry of the state Itgis1tures. |t of the session of the Nashville Conv:n-

course is open to grave objections, but we are tory by the United States, whether occupiedor No sates of Rice. Money market' i easy and which are not complete will be filled! that the general government is the judge ,
ready to acquiesce in the adoption of ihe line \cant, either by purchase, conquest 01 [discounts are lower i up of the extent of the powers delegated to itstop nothing |lon,to pass resolutions expressive partiality

of 36 deg. 30 min. North latitude, extending treaty, adds nothing bLue legislative power of BALTIMORE upon good, June mud that the Representatives will re.assemble those short who of administer DESPOTISM the-government since the,dire not ion the ot br this or the other mode of jdjM: tr r. The

to the Pacific Ocean, as an extreme conces- Congress, as granted and limited in the Con. The difficulty between France 3 12 Eng unid the cheers and encouragement and support CONSTITUTION, would be the measure of Iheir Democracy of Florida had consented to be

lion, upon considerations of what is due to the land has been settled, and Gen. Laralle has of the entire South. powers: That the several States who formed" that represented in that Convention, and whilfl; the
stability of our institutions. 3. Resolved, That the instrument being sovereign and minpendent, have
adoption of a foreign been accredited as Minister to the British 'the ', right to jugde of the infraction Delegates selected by the whole people of the
12. Resolved, That i is the opinion of this law existing at the time, in territory purchased Court. c Horace'Greely, of the New York Tri md. unquestionable THAT A NULLIFICATION BY THOSE: [State were in council with Delegatt*

Contention this controversy should be ended, ceded, or granted, is the exercise of The Cuban invasion had excited considerable ljune, opposed the striking out of the Compro. SOVEREIGNTIES, OF ALL UNAUTHORIZED common
either by a recognition of the constitutional legislative power, and cannot be done unless sensation in \CTS DONE UNDERCOLOR OFTHAT INSTRUMENT from other Stales, it would have been highly

rights of the Southern people, or by an equitable the law is of such a character a might rightfully The Greek difficulty Parliament.is'.unsettled; and serious mise Bill of Mr. Clay that portion relating to IS TiE RIGHTFUL REMEDY.tAs improper for a Convention, representing at

partition of the Territories. That the be enacted by Congress under the Con. results are apprehended.In the boundary Texas. Let the reader mark regards -.Mr. Jefferson's abstract notions least half the people Florida, to have committed

epeclacle of a confederacy of State involvedin stilution, without reference to its pre.existence Ireland the Rent movement is exciting the reasons he gives for retaining it, and wh) respecting Slavery, they certainly have never them to any particular line preferable -

quarrels over the fruits of I war in which a a foreign law. much att'Miion. it is that he deems this miscalled CompromiseBill been regarded as a part of the political creed a
Ihe American arm were crowned with glory it 4. That the alledged in adjusting the questions in controrerij.
humiliating. That(he incorporation of the Wil. the Rcsol' recognizing, to some The French Electoral law! had passed by a so important : upon which he built up his great Republican In this view, the Suwannee Conventi? .acted
J large maj and France M.
mot in the ofler settlement the of rity, was quiet. "This point is the weakest and most ejposcd parly. Yet whatever they were, we find him
Provisl a prop Client perpetuation foreign laws in ex I Fhiers has Wen endeavoring to reconcile the with eminent patriotism. They exhibited re-
osttion which fourteen States regard a di par. istence within a territory at the time of its ac, elder and younger Bonapartes. of any, and Jot it is the strength of the xMideming in terms of startling solemnity, the pect for lh& body agreed by the entire
bill. out, and there is no vitality upon
aging and A dishonorable termination is to degrading this to the quisition, under by purchase Constitution, conquest or treaty, cannot .. The King Prussia is recovering., Thereis remaining.Knoe i the measure don't settle the Northern people when they attempted to apt South, and for those delegates appointed by
country. contrO'erFJ'by our and form of
government no indication of a rupture between Austria between Texas and New Mexico, j>'ly their Free Soil doctrines to ire State 01
boundary the of constituents
the disruption of the Confederacy by to extent continuing in people Florida, their own
tlC fore and Prussia' between whom Russia refuses
the abandonment of the territories to pre'ent8ucb in such territory, any Jaw that would not be mediate. rescue Ihe latter entirely and forever from Ihe .Missouri. The North was ready to refuse her; being among the number. Had the Suwan

1 result, would be a climai to the shame Jirectly enacted by Congresn, by ,'irul Advices have been received from India to rasp of the former, it is not worth the paperit .admission into the Union, because she tolerited nee Convention arrayed itself against the

which attaches to the controversy which it It IJf the powers of legislation delegated to the 1st of and in of is printed on. It cannot obtain, (twenty ,slavery in her constitution. Of ihe Free
the the May, a point 'Hvotes| and don't deserveto have them. The Nashville Convention, no one would have ben
duty of Congress to avoid. it by Constitution.
paramount view they arc satisfactory. only point of manifest of Mr. Soil movement in 1820, he remarked : tlzLs better than the Ssntitel and we "as 1
13. Resolved, Tha this Con\'entiol will 5. Retolved, That no of doing an | superiority Clay'splan pleased ,
not conclude that Congress will adjourn without
making an adjustment of this controversy Government, can be based upon the principles ult. in an article Wahingon'' enormous increase does settle the Texas boundary and (tticajiened and Jilted me with terror." :, body in no 8 arraying itself, have been &* ;

and in the condition in which the Convention of any)' foreign law, or of dip laws of nations of expenses under the present adminis. Gen. Taylor's don't. The other differencei We: quote a few sentences from his letter to ''effect of the chagrin it has felt in big &.
finds the Questions l before; does beyond what exists in such (ration in time of that in' 1845 are mainly those of Tweedledum and Tweeledee. .
Congress, i Department under a peace, says .. John Homes, dated 1820 : of an; important element of oppositioa
not feel 1 at liberty to discutt the methos suit the Constitution of the United States, without, only $0,608,207 were expended for what is I thank you,dear sir, for .the copy you hare bee
able for a resistance to measures yet adop reference to such foreign law or the laws of railed civil list ; while the present adminUraion so kind a to send me, of the letter to year constituents in ,the coming canvass.

ted, which might involve a dishonor to the Nations. asks for over 814,000,000, or nearly THB 'EiT1IER.-SinC0 our last, we have on the Missouri question. It i U a perfect justification '

Southern States. 6. Resolved, That slavery exists in the three times the amount. In 1845, only 89. had le\'erl heavy showers of rain, with a to them. I had for a long time ceased tread < Fourth o July. I I
United State of the Constitution.Phat 533,203 for the estab. newspapers, or pay any attention to public affairs Al a meeting of the citizens of Tallanassco! 1J,
, independent were enpended military |prospect ef more. Jf general! the corn crop confident they were in good hands and content J
Additional Reolutn. it is recognized by the Constilution in arhreefold Mimcnt, while the present administration asks especially that which is late will.be lo b a passenger in our baik to the shore from which Ion Monday ]last, T Jeff. Epps, Esq., WaS !

The committee to was referred the[ aspect, first as property, second at a for over $15,000,000. In 1845 the naval esablishment [much aided. We very I not distant. But this momentu question, like fleeted to deliver an oration on the coming*

various propositions In regard to the State ofTrial domestic relation ofscrvice or labor unerbe cost 83,224,630', while the pre. understand that manjplan i fire-hell in the nightawakened and filled i&ewitt july andV.. to read I lS!
the knell of the DowlingEsq.
terror .1
considered it -at as
,- beg levi to report the following reso. law of a Slate, and lastly I a basic political ,sent admiuUtration asks for over $11,00 tens intend to re-plant. The cotton crop i U1ioJ. It t hushed indeed once Jar the moment, hut Declaration of ,

lutionii owcr. And viewed in any or all of tlu'st ,tyJ. {backward, but good seasons may bring i out arrprite'enty,>not a.final 3ltcnce *{ Independence i!

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and the Southern .North Carolina & the Missouri Compromise. The Affray at Memphis. 'void which time cannot: fill; and to those who knew New Goods, !! SHIELDS &'GOLDWIBE .

The Convention. The Democrats of North Carolina met In I We ropy from the Memphis Appeal of] and l luH'd her,the reflection of her early doom falls Per M Llewellyn" from New-Tort. HAVE just rrcei'ed a large M dicin and.general Chemicals as ortr ". V
Drags, s <
\\e )Uve just receded the following note : Convention on the 13th;); inst., for the nomina.tion 'Tuesday, the following : Utterly upon the heal r. B EST SPERM 01 L. 2> keg* and i kegs Rifle: ,Paint Oils, and Dye Stuff, which they will *efjn ;.
On the night of f the 5th of January last, she received \Vhale do Powder. I the'in.ist cash approved p.redit. ,
"TLr.I'Tbe Southern Convenhas : ofa candidate for Governor. The Hon. On Saturday morning last about the hour ol > seasonable tetins l lr or
(;E, burn 4 Lard do 20 Oz. Sup. Snlp.Quiiune, mcdIcines .
a ,by her clothes taking fire, the extent Personswishinzgeiiuinelinadi3ttera0t1 .
made quite] a Mir among tis over this David S. Reid, the candidate of the party at 11 o'clock, a serious and fatal affray occurred ind severity of a. Linseed do English: Calomel, will do well to call and e.XJmii.e their tiCk : '
tlOft which in the e "
tome aa'asl' and son>c 'r 'it. Comew' between some six or eight of our citizens, in was heart-rending 4. Cantor do M'Munn'sElixirotOpiun' before eUewhcre. 10;
its last contest, who then wanted only a fettotes !rem lUying survived the shock and the sloughnjf 4' do bottles Sal Soda, Iktah. purchasing ,
t Mr. )
I lntt which AlansonTrigg (in IIJ.1I1
the whole thing was pot up[ Spring] was inbtantlIdlr< Quincy June 15. IsW. 23 : ,
think I election' selected unanimous of the burn and friends h Olive Oil. Frencb&. F.ngttoh Mustard f .
trouble' and Old Zack and bi* was by a and Gen. L. H. Coe, Maj. tago her physicians en- --- -
Tanner's do
Allspice. Pepper Ginger
rtV of alphin's and to keep them and l Ien.I vole. The Convention took a strong ]posit min P. G. Games, Es>q. were seriously and severely crtamed some little hope of her ultimate recovery. Sweet do Indigo, Alum, Salt let re. Peas. t ,,

from making fortunes in California : and behalf of the Union of tho States and the wounded. Rut alas after enduting for five and a half month Furniture Van.Uh, Writing I Ink*,ls3'd brand, 1 LU A BUSHELS cf PEAS for sale by KNIGHT.June22. .

had much abuse lor saying I hat theAiscmbly The different accounts of this sad affair are uch Buffering as beggars description and makes the Coach do Dal lev's Pain Extractor S. S. ;,.
t have rights of the South. It planted itself the Ib50. 2i .
upon beart ,huJdt'r he vital of 30 kegs No 1 & pure Wht Saleratos. Boras, _._
of I Florida took up the subject of so conflicting that we have found it almost impossible ul'jrcJ-the energies hen -------- '
I Missouri Compromise Line, pave the go-by tt Astern having Jbeen completely worn down and exhausted Lead, Turkey Opium, Dr. D. Medicines 4
of it Family
Convention, and recommended I eighteenmonths to give a corH'ctt&ion though 100 bags assorted Shot, Mace Nut megs. Jaynes' '
ago. Mr. Clay's Adjustment, and emphatically con. from the best information we can gather the by the irritation and suppura on 'of an ulcer I' Per same Vessel ,COMPRISING hi* Expectorant, Hair Tonic!I-

.. :0leotJfmn, I wou1 thank you f te detnned President 'Talor's Executive Proviso. following wi probably be lound to approiim so deep and extensive; yet under all this opprc-- I I A Tew barrels Northern Flour4 fancy brands" Dye. Carnunitive Balsam fi-r,sale Tonic I .:.
Pill.and Pills by
tell it your paper. We copy two of the Resolutions] passed b,> ute the ion and suffering, she was calm, courageous am! I Also, a lew superior Cross Cut and Mill Saw*. "erinifuze.Saoati SHIELDS Si. GOLlJWIRE. .

1'ublifh the proceedings! of the .s eUII. and the Convention On Friday evening Gen. Coe received 'a noly. Not a murmur against this awful di"pcnsatio? I Per "W. R. Pettes" from.New Orleans June 15, 1S'). l 3 ItJin QnincvFla. : ,

rive a lifct of all the, membeis foi unanimously : note from Judge E. W. M. King and Alanson 'of Providence escaped her I lips-not a sigh for earthhIwpes Bacon Sides, Rice, Lard, : : -

and the Convention, and you wit: .' Resolved. That after months of experiiince Trigg, to the effect that they had heretofore though hers had been brilliant and alluring Shoulders, Kli'ur, j1jj; '. I'oxviikeiid's ar :.puillu. ", .
ngainst LDr.. Sjnds' do.
we feel constrained to for she felt in the Hams, Molasses,
oblige! disapprove, intht entertained no unkind feelings towards hint beginning that she was stricken Me s Pork Sigar. Dr. Wood duo 4 t
most decided terms, of the Administration olGen. but that if for the gratification of his personal jf Godand she meekly b\wea to the Divine wiil. Dr. Bull's: dl. f 4
( Talor ; that we regard the President malice against: Dr. Fowlkes, ho should tippo Miss Bird was born in Eugefield, Sonlh Carolina. ON HAND, Dr. Com ltOC'k'* do. "',
4' Walton County, June IS, 150. Gin Band Rubba Cloth
Oil &
himself as having failed in the, discharge of! the removal ol the books papers, assets, Arc.. _II the 19th of .April 1331. From a child she wa Carpet Dr. ComstocVs Pain Extractor. ,:

In reply to the foregoing( we have to sa> his high functions, L)committing them to his of the Faimeas and Merchants'1 Bank out ofi inclined to piety and in 1S45 joined the Methodist Cip Lining and Call Skins do. for carrla4rs.&c.For sale byJ June For I 15 sale, I IS"by*). SHIELDS 23 HJan i. GOLDWIRE Quincy. FU. ".'

:that, during the sci-sion uf our last Legislature. .. Cabinet-a course wholly unprecedented : thu hands of Receiver Owen, they would regard Episcopal Church as a seeker of religion; but shiJM M. WILLIAMS.June J .

Mr. Jilackburn,Jefferson introduced into the that by his course on the Slavery question lie such action on his part, acting in hie not profess lo have experienced a change of hear! !, 180. 25 The Illustrated Domestic Bible, .. '

House, Resolutions on the subject of Slavery] has contributed and is now contributing, as professional capacity as an attorney, as an in. : irlil about the first of November, 117,at agranon- Groceries.JUST BY REV. INGRAM CO Bi.\. M. A. This beautiful -

Mr. Clay himself has shown, to produce discord terfercnce with their private and persona! revival oP religion among the students of the Wes- FAMILY BIBLE will he published inweoty.five *
them is the direclhpn received schooner l'etti" ( New Or-
per morn
Among bearing each and will alre
(lowing Numbers at 25 cents ,
and agitation in the country, instead of _mater, and would notice it as such, although ej-an Female College at Macon, Ga., of which) insti- Lard Oil, (pure)

the subject of a Southern Convention : I concord and harmony ; and that his course hey had previously forborne ; slating rnoreo- ition she was a pupil at that time. She was ther, Extra Sugared Hams, IJe The put up distinguishing' in Monthly parts leatuies at 50 of rents.this Bible art !_

** Resolved, That, knowing no part name> from first to last, has realized the predicton-! that it was a matter of vital importance to powerfully and gloriously converted to God. Hei Plain Hams 1. Seven hundred Wood Engraving ,

or political divisions on queMiuns' involving, il'' of e'i destined to flow from it, which were and families, that the assets t of the haart overflowed with rapturous joy, and she shoute. Abo in Store-Rectified Whiskey. 2. Many thousand Marginal References.' /.

their settlement! ] and consequences, the, character in (he campaign b the Democratic I. should be taken out of( the hands of the : 'oud the high praises of G.xl. In writing to bci Clear Sides Shoulders} 3.4. Three finely eserut'-d Steel Maps.
) I"\r Numerous Improved Readings. ,
property, and lives of tnoge whom wt1 part} I I i re r. parents! a day or two alter that event, she said, O Molasses, St Louis Flour 5. A Corrected Chronological Order.

represent we die ready heart and soul, will, *' Resolved, That the Compromise, known note was naturally regarded: by Gen. iraise< the Lord your daughter is changed and mad Rio Cot! 'e, SUSdCks .llt. iCtc 6. The Poetical Books in Metrical form. .

a united front, to join \ ir,inia, the CarolnasJ, a* the Missouri CompromUe, was adopted ii, as a threat personal violence! ; Mill not< new creature_ by Ihe grace and mercyof God. 1\I.j June For 29 sale, 1 1S50.cheap by 25 A. E. HOC. 7. An Exposition each Chipler containing the '

and the other Southern States in taking sue!. a spirit of mutual] COlcesil1 and conciliation hesitating in what he conceived to bothe *oul f%eTs happy, so haopy. O lire nearer to God --- --- --I !rssenceot al l hy the the best pd.il1"commentators_ with much origi- .-
> maitrr
measures for the defence of our righ's. and thpreservation j though the South; feels! that it detracts fion.. performance of his duty, he opposed the mo.! (my dear parents !" From that time to the hour 01! I'ItOPte. 'n; 8. Reflection drawn 'Irora Ihe subject of the Chap-

of outsells and thosehoMi we ,her Constitutional, rights, yet for their love ol' tion to remove I ho receiver, and the argument) ter death, she never doubted her conversion and her "THE SOUTHERN OJ' PRESS." ,,0.'er and in a condensed fc.rrn.lls i'iritllalim. ..

hold drar, us the highest wisdom of all may the Union, this Convention is willing to abid Against the motion was deferred till )luld< J. icceplanre with God. And her last moments, wher., N association ulsixty.tee Members ol Cvurt'ssJnalOis port. affixed the for each .
Dates to Chapters
y. morning
i (rhulier through a SOUTHERN CON by it, and would chcetfully see all the distracting : t. I Before the Court House Gen. A
leaving Luei. riend were weeping over Iior afflicted foim, 0 ho\ and Repr. septalivts, have constituted; end evening's reading, comprising the whole Bible
1 1'ESTIOX or otheruise; ,) and de"t. settled this basis. had received the: he Coinuiitte CabliihuKhtof .
.. suggest questions on exhibited the note he to ; cheering and heavenly were they Death had nc undersigned a to kuperintend the es I one j ear.

The members of the Convention separated Judge and several other friends, expressing d! 'errors for her, for she was armed with the panoph a Southern Irt-ssat Washington City\ The engravings are never introduced for show.but ''I
lobe devoted to the and detente Soitiii
exposition j
This I'esolution passed the House and the his belief at the time that he would be attacked -] *ilwavs explain the text, illustrating places, mal
animated by the strongest assurances of suc. )t f God, and through faith bright visions of paradi era Rights and Institutions-the dissemination tf' iers and customs of the ancients.

Senate UNANIMOUSLY. Theie being no oppo. cess. We, even at this distance, shall an. and in company with Maj. Conuel and;; .vere opened and the dark valley made glorious, and correct information as Northern Policy, and the A specimen Number with recommendations from

ion, the and called.Ve Mr. llightower, started for his oICl. la.jin .he felt nol its sting. Mother, dear mother," she course ot Political AH'airs generally without refei-' -ome of our leadin divillt's. is no". read}. Thereg; ._
.it yeas nays were ticipate the resu1 of the contest not withou: reached the corner of High Poplar!, ence to the old party lines of Whig on J Democrat.Arrangements .- ilar i issue will begin about the first ot Jul and a

can only judge who voted for it by know. Jeep interest. Tbe overthrow ofa party head. ;., Trigg emerged from a (where: vc'uIdexclaimn' "I'm Plot aftaid to die, for Jtsus i is are now in progri-ss ;promptly to en .N'umbt-r wit 1 be published on the fist and fifteenth' .
grocery my friend. Glory to God !" She was never so haj iiie (the Usue of such a paper under the title of. ;it 1 each month, till the book is CcinplfCn.Aueutjure .
ing who were members of the LegWatun] ed by such recreants as Stanley, should brin .tie was in company with lr. Gaines, Wil-j SOUTHERN PRESS" s'.bicrtbor
; py as when we were singing the songs of Zion arount "IHE:: ',I wanted to procure f.-r thisvork

The following] i list, we believe, contains thnames !jo) to the heart of every true Southern man. I I Iliams arid Airinglon) and attacked ConneJI her bed, and she would, with her feeble 'ingvoit"e, for the conduct which, suitable Editors have been and the opportunity is a most favorable onjtor

of .the members of the House who I What demonstration was here made by Trig 'tI eiitged. \Ito \ill also receive the aid ot a nuiiibct1 them tod,> ttt.I .
wt We observe that, Duncan Mcltae, Esq J! (friends we have been unable to learn, hUll' lame a favorite tune for us to sin;. "Oh.LIt''' t Iii of eiinneut and able contributors. j It will be "ne of the most beautiful, 'omrreheni"e -

have this strong' presumptive evidence for belicving most agreeable recollections of whose: winter'fojourn ('oe supposing that the contemplated assaul! Lord" she exclaimed not Ion; before she died, I There will be both.a tri-weekly and weekly isjuej Bibles ever published and so cheap at to place .,

endorsed the Southern Contention, to, I shall soon be singing in Heaven.! The tongue of an -tilt latter to contain bubtantuliy the same tooter!'. It within the reach of all. Apply post paid. to I
in midst entertained 1:1I. about to be made him, immediately:
our arc by a> upon S. IIUF.STON, L'
the aiid intended to reach those ot'
\ng.i l could nct how soul fecl.-i h as former points
wit : jdrcw his piMol; and shot Trigg, killing hil';' express happy my > 139 Nassau street New York. t''
(,four citizens and cifizwesses, made a speed : |I the love of God." :he country whose mail facilities are liinittd. |.

William! N. Kichburg, of Escambia, County ifgieat in the Convention. A noble I ,instantly.; j I Sliewas A Daily issue will be added! litreafled. should ile _June_I 15,1S50._ --23- ___ _ I 3.. '
fa'oredfith the counsel and
John Wilkinson: of Santa llova Stephen' aLIIIJ I At this stage 1 of the afTtirthe firing became prayers 01 > deemed advisable or necessary by the prez.s and Notice to Makers
hearted fdlo"and sterling Democrat is he. the Hev. Allen Turner, of Georgia; during the, las'' peopleof I Southern St tt'i. Turpentine ,
JJdniel of Washington Femell kL.Puicial, and as far as we can learn [
Dempsey ol
indiscrir- The will not be exclusively 1'litical-Luti, to : who \Tish to enter into the
'.teek of her life,which' of comfort to her paper ; any person may
were greul OR
0 Holmes! Nicholas A. Long, John Tanner, and! May his labors in the good cause be crcwnec :inate, Trigg's friends advancing upon will embrace on its broad sheet the General News ol. buii ine"9. A youn. man, with a lamily.\\bIll
W. 1''!. C. Neel flf Jackson, Peter Hubert ofFranklin with abundant suCcess dtid Connie!! Gaines shut Council in the hip He i* avman of'great (ailh. and deep piety, and she4eemed'to the day Domestic and Foreign by mail and telejrarin ha'4 had severalear3 experience in making Tutpen-

Stephen Ilichards of Calhoun, Stitli, when they closed in with knives, and.-before think his visit at that particular lime a.- ; ; Commercial and Agricultural Intelligence,' :iu&. in the vicinity of Wilmington K. C.'and who !
"The Southern Press." both ox'idttilial. Gld sent lOU liTe, father Turner,' Literary Criticisms, Original Essa}?, Literary and: inderbtanj the process thoroughly 3heJ lo take J
] e, Samuel IJ. A. E. Jvnowlrs. they were separated, wore
1. OIi Stephens, ae\'cre minister lid Mi-' i'lUneous; and, In short, all tloseiteme: charge of a business, the ensuing Fall where a afleifnt -
The Prospectus of this which! tin to to me. She felt deeply for the sah-; r
wounded. this time
Hadley limol of Gad"ileti, David S. paper During Wilamsr. )1__.eneraL interest the collected aggregate of which number of hands are employed to afford him !
Walker, : Shine, William M. Mas- reader will find in another column, has beer I iugtun and Touipkins are said to \ lion of all : hence she earnestly and affectionatelj, constitutes the interestib; and valuable Newspaper i liberal salary or an interest t in the business. For .

well, and CLarles JJanncrman of Leon, unintentionally left out of our paper until to I with Cue, who! having dichdrged three f. xhorted all cf her friends who visited her to leave r ;ieat c-rc will be I taken to ztve lull and correct Icr : "urther' putirnlars, adJreii IV.' H. Jj., Madison C. .
Sol ? iff their follies and vanities seek the salvation ports of the Proceedings and Debates in Both Houses II Middle Florida.
K. Mather of Wakulla Elias E. pistols, discovered that the fourth, a re\h'cr,
Balk\IJr. JaWe this Ihe omisMon of the luCjl Lt' June 15, IS-'O. 23 3m
rget as migllpossihly 4 Cor14te54, as well a the action )ls
,their souls, and lo meet t her in heaven. In the .
behind the
John S. Ui\'inl) and W. K. Tat lor Jtr r. nail slipped through his pocket, trying .atures. oul the Southern question. --- I
.on, John Coletn4n and Thomas Lnngford olMadison. be construed into hostility to the pn> Jlining! of his coat, and being unable! to get ai bout of death! her mind was clear calm anr A limited number only of Advertisements bt Notice. .

Josiah T. I5tikdcn ol Hamilton, (j. posed isMie. This is not the case, howeveras :Jjhis knife, made an effort to get into the door rene, and her spirit parsed meekly and softly: t, received-the main object being to furnish a large f.LL person are hereby forewarned against tra.ri .

E.: .McOlUn and G. U. Ellis of Columbia.: we rejoice at the prospect (having an organ fcof t the nearest }hoese until he could gel hold of I t hat better land,wi il!h I ihe deal hies words of love anc1 amount of reading matter. dim for a pnniiHso'rv note, dated about the 15th
John A.Suminetlin and W. |them and he was entering praise upon her 1iP3.co She i ia not dead but leep- The paper will be printed on a sheet equal in sizttotho January latt for two hundred dollars, paable on lhair
J. ) just as
B'lantfHl' at the scat of Government shall re- Wiiam. >.eof the other Washington papt'U,and the material t of January next, to Nicholas Llojd or bearer,,.
Thomas J. PevattofAlachua, John Scot; (led the true state feeling at the South, an. phot him, the ball entering so near spine lh ;j" and t the memory of her suffering form, and the [ will be procured especially lor the purpose. end Aliened l-y p. B. I- iher and W. E Fisher as the 1 -f

tf Mat ion, John S. Tat'lor IJenUm, Jame jas. lo paraUzc the ]lower extremities. .ineaments of her subdued and holy countenance. It is confidently hoped that every true friend b consideration fur which said. note was given Lat '.
o shall do all we can to extend the circulation ol :he South will aid in procuring stbscribersand for. tailed! D. B. FISHER. j:
T. .M 11 cbeeolHilMioroi h, (Edwin M. ..Moot. -- -- --- --- ; wi1l cling to the heart and hover around the m'c-I .
j A :MAMMOTH UNION flaunt the garden olJ.Mrs. \ard the names, with the amount subscribed Uj' June \1S-V). 23 2t
of Nassau. M. (). Burohain; of 81. Lucie, (J.Hawt E.t t Ill paper among our peop'e.We tions until life shall be extinct. To her aged ant1 om,; Southern Representative at Washington, forth.

of Orange; It. A. Putnam;; of St. Joins.John notice that the Press" is already out, Col. WHITNEU, in this vicinity, wa Bereaved parents, I would say that, although th vvith.Postmasters t Notice.

P. Jluldumof Monroe. I ITbe under the editorial supervision of KIKvoot |.shown to us a week ago that would] have done :light I of your home the joy of your heart: and thetay are authorized by law to remit sub-fcj 1-% LL creditor legatee, and persons entitled to

fol.wil; gentlemen were members of I Fisher. and Edwin Do Leon-the former well 'credit to old Wethersfield itself. I was of the of jo'ir decliningeais has deparli-d, be comforted scriptions free cf postaze. J-' .. distribution: in the estate fit t Louisa D. Newton, I
the of her in heaen. TERMS: :ate ol Leon Count dfcea!cd, are hereby notified
the Senate, where the Resolution passed will I known to the South, says the Charleston 5Mercury white species, Iaict from the seed, measured* by- pros.ect} soon meeting A FRIEND.Montjr'1ln For Tri.\\ ekl! during the Session of Centre's, and hal th< ir claims' an J (K' iands will be barred at the'xpraion

same unanimity at, in the House, viz : "n one of the ablest writers whf. &hten inches in circumfrence, with the outside Seuu-weekly during the recess, the price will. b>..tf.,!, if tv; years Irvin this tlale; unless thee .
Floridi. June
I 2t I, 1 1S" i. -anniitn, 5 00; .e ate t-i.lnl.ited to the ubcnber; and all persons
O. M. Avery of the 1st District) C. A. I I1'wltJ have taken up the pen in her defence, and tL4..cuat"'golfand: weighed one pound teo tT.4EdefiH!: Advrrti will plca".p ropy.I Weekly per paper. 2 .">0ri who have sny demands against the aid clece; -eit arb
of the -Jd! John (Jhent ol I the 3d 1!! be invariable l 1 'hereby notified to present them without delay, and
Tbos't I II. .lauer well both in to talent Ja week afler it was dug. _ZA.r____._ r=rr-rt=.rT=Lrsz.ZrrCrnLrrtJust The price (nVcrintioti mu-t paid ;
M. White of the .tll. :: J. Smith the Iro\'cd, regard anc I in advance, and the ca"h accompany the name ent. those indebted to said estate are now cj.led upon to

:lh. R. J. Fiod of the land, Joseph Austin of! I principle, by manner in which he has con *I!,. I gives pleasure notice the I Received, : All persons prucuring.'en names shall be entitled ,make.immediate pa}pent toPATRICK SIITlJ.dm'r..

the 7th, J. II. T. !Lorim of the Sib, J. L. 'dueled the ColuttiliaTelegraph." The South 'Apalachicola is in earnest in getting OUICCS'j PER WM.and R.Ribbed PKTTES Sides, and from Shoulders New Orleans, .'to receive a copy gratis lor A.one P.jear.BUTLER, Junel.I;, 1SV) 23 iw

Crawford of the 9ih. J. M. Smith; of the, lOlh.W. ,.crn; Press will he published daily, tri-weekh. j[;plank! ; road from that place to the teat Me's, Trine and Rump Pork, JACKSON MOI1FON i -
1 p. 111tt": of the llih 1 ;, J. H. Watts of th $tud the of Extra Sugar Cured, and Canva jed Hams, : R. TUOMIN, Bacon, Pork, and Flour.
weekly, at respective prices 510. bS3 We bid her God
ltth! J. I P. Sa'iuletson! of the 13th, S. L. Iur-! 'eminent. speed.( Dried Boef and Beet Tonnes J. THOMPSON. j flAGON HAMS SIDES AND SHOULDERS. -

of the llih, Louis Aldrich of the 15ih, C. and S'-i.! The editors consider the sue- .:"lal to see that something i is to lIe Family and Superfine Flour cr: r.ditor, and P31)f'U friendly to the enterpri7e.Mlf I_) 10 barrelMe.. Perk
rt Rio ( ofTeeartd Drown ougar, please publish this Pro"pfCfus, which will *0. 20 St. Louis Flour.
). f the IGth W. A. Forwaid of the cess (if the undertaking as placed beyond reasonable besides ] in the shade and -\ih
Tracy ; living efming with the : .
( .FlurdJ Sperm Candles and Brown Soap [title them to an exchange nt w p3pt r. Just I received per Scbor.er R. Petfes, and for
17th, :M. C. iJiou-u o the liih, Jwlm Cotlinol doubt. They say : the sea hn'I'ze.-lcfwcull Gazelle. ,. Loaf SuJt- and Stal'h. (or sue low. .\ho comply with I tins request will fe-.d a copy tl i'he ae! I:v J1.. WILLIAMS. C
t the 10th. i, *4 The > V -- I5ERRY & ROU'LH1, t.a'er; rontainmz u f>) the Committee. .lpie' '. !1' ;(' 22
j! subscriptions!already FO promptly t s' \ A I'ersfiiial llnconnlcr between Mr. /'ore. ; Aui-tioneers & Commission Mrrrhants. tVjhEnron: Mty:; 2:" t.). --- .
To Florida. then, }belongs the high 11101 .ceived, with! those we learn already 011 their June >1.)11 1 >, It ----- .Ii.I- Just Received. I
"and .hI,'. }\Mis.\ .--About o o'clock Je"'tIJaF'
of I[ are enough to guarantee the of| -- Notice. POUNDSBACONSTDF.S, I ,
having taken the first step( to way support lilietnoon the Parade e 000 (
fi 'ibis paper. And from the spirit inanifeMed inl Washington; In Chancery. weeks afterdate, I shall apply lo the ITo,"- 1 110, 6ii'( ) !bd. Shoulders, lJ'I

wards assembling Southern Itepreentaivein ''he diMiicls already from, we look withconfidence the bci'iie of a violent;; peihonal conflict John P. Duval Complainant, ) FOUR juJg of Probate in and (or the County ol| 10''_'J Ibs. plain HaM?. '
a cornii'in council to consult in behalf: of i to a patronage unsurpassed' by lietween Mr. Forrest, the tragedian, and Mr.fWillK M. > Bill of Injunction. I'Madison (for l Mve to sell the real estate of Walter! I 5 tierce** Su ar-cuied ll msIt ,
any editor of the Home of the of de-f ) barrels Flour
[ Journal TheQtacts JJrr Fontane. l der.Jant.fl' ) II. Blac.t.'nn.lali' County Jefferson
common caue a common ,ther. To lhe desire
agaiiiM enemy.-- accomplish | of our ,[ ai we have them from an eje-witnev.sjj T <''' ni; xjlisfjctririly i to I the CPU' t (hat Join, caod : said estate ling and U in; in the County <>t ljr 3') \Vhikey.II
And this position of (*rs was taken, without friend, we have urged the appearance of the iuho infuimed that he had 'otitjne, the D..I"Jldmr. does not re-i ic in Mult-ton. Ail I per>ons interested[ will please takr"/ }0 .". Hess Prk;. ,
di her irbt number before an adequate! preparation us no pcsonal ac-r Slatebut; in the Sute ot Georgia : It it ( due notice there*!. 15' Prime
!8cnt, by entiic Legislature Win : if materials, and hence they must the ;yiaintance with either party, are these : A"i That the t "aid John Fontane, do appear ami an-> :LAS! LAST1NGER Adm'r. 3 hhds. New Orleans Sugar,

: could then have fcuppoted that there would M ,lefecls of and PXCI"C ",\1 r. \\illis, who bad jut left his house, wascarelessy 'the said Bill of Injunction, in this ca-p filed \\ thi'l, June 22, IS50. 21 4t 45 kegs Nails,
matter visible]
in it.
0- 3 bjfreN Old Boinhon Whiskey ,
;: "months from date hereof. .indit .
be found amidst of the
soon Ui those who were taking But ire are determined to render it in ever} sauntering u'ong one walksj Ordered That a copy of this Ord.'r be pn'ili!! i Notice. Dnndy.RumGin, Porterand many otter article,,.
;, a lac'iwaidiind with uhat ,f the wj'j.ire' he was proachod; from the : .\)iich will be sold (dr a Find 11 advance In co l.. .
btep reason respoct a paper of the first claw as to news JUice a week, for Ihe space of two months, in solo : IX m nth* after date, we shall apply to the\' uery
, can ire charged with) in this debates and correspondence ; and agricultural bide by Mr. Forrest, who held a loaded whip 1IewspaTer! printed In the city of Tallahassee, Stab i V Honorable Judge of Probate in and for Benton eing determined tJ give bargains, all shall find it
b purposes hen interest the subscriber call before
commercial) scientific and 3m his hand, with which he struck :\r. Willis' 1 iforc.aid. County, f.ir a discharge from any, further administra-. to give a purhasmR. -- :' .
matter, when we have only followed tbe fear literary THOMAS BALTZELL, Jude. Charles decca of S. S. KNIGHT. i
) rton| the J.c of the head or neck, a blow which 'udou the estate of Laing td.l.lte
jecls. Tallahassee, June S, (g50. 2*
of a W7ug Legislature ? May we not fling l to the ground. He then applied a A true cop1Allp"l.OSCAR Benton Count, South Florida.C. .
The Mercury remarks led A. :MYERS Clerk. T. JENKINS, ? {.
'back the charge of partisan purposes upor cane which he had jerked from "lr.1|, June 29, IS:!). 25 2m J. B. ALLr.N, S'\d m'ra.Junfl. i The Monticello. Mail ,
"The prospect of brilliant success to thi' Willis' hand to his back sides while hei .
J those who and IS5:) 21 6m
ED suddenly so unaccountably ant ,
journal will be hailed as a good oltn. It i was prostrate. Two persons, who accompanied ., In Chancery.

I'iclal vvt from resolutions colctnnl)} made : its department, i represents the great and "i.\ Mr. Forrest, kept the bystanders from interfeiing john P. Duval, Complainant, 1tf. Agency of

! JVJay we not trace their late opposition lotlm 111: tat principle, Union of the S0/1l far ihpurpose < \ until the police came up, when both; >Bill for Injunction. DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINESIIJULIQXRY \ I
[ ofcomnon defence. : T. B. Howaicj, Defendant j BALSAM, Pectoial Expectorant ,, )
j SCutLer council to'a conviction on theii; Al to ,parties were arrested and taken to the Sixth T appearing to the mtisfactiun of the Court thai Pure and Medicinal Cod

part, that if a Southern Convention :J gire it the utmost t degree efficiency and toextend .1cnue police! office. Mr. Willis observed to I T. Ii. Howard the Defendant does not re-ide iiihis Liver Oil, \nti.D'pel'tir. Mixture, Nervine, Ter- carried in FOUR HORSE COACH, i
! iu circulation among our people, arc the magistrate that he had no complaint to! State,but in the Stale of Georgia: Hit Ordered 'nifnge D'purative Syrup Heart Corrt'ctor.llumorl IS now a and an
the South iu will leave
place a attitude every Monday Friday
proper IhOUki, labors in support of this inciple. It is par make there, and Mr. Forrest replied that he That the said T. B. Howard do appear and an.3wt'1 Corrector, Cough and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills.:. nornings, at 6 6o'clock and Monticello eery Tue -- "

Ler enemies, that she would, at the same of our means of concert and mutual understanding had flogged Mr. Willis, and that ho was willing he said months Rill of from Injunction date hereof.in this.Ind care it filed is QrJffeJ w ithr Female Specific, &c., &c., used by him constantly' lay and Saturday rnorning .at a o'clock. I

be aced in antagonism to Gen. Taylor, and should] be cherished by genera! to take the responsibility of bis actions.'chic three That a copy ol t this prder bepublishedonee a week and Colds with, Coughs unprecedented Consumption success Asthma in the treatment Heart Diseases ol Persons wishing: to travel by this line or to sencL i
Bet & in Tallahassee
to ton
'xtrabazsage, apply Higgs -
confidence and invigorated h a liberal tip; magistrate then took the evidence of the for Ih' space of two months in n.ev>spaper printed Dyspepsia Scrofula Skin Diseases Rheumatism Rufus hterrin'ssroreJ. B Beardat 1-
) Herrinzat
Executive Proviso and Wilmot! Cabinet ? ,
port. And this support will most effectual officer who were the first upon the ground, In the city of Tallahassee, State aforesaid. Female Complaint Piles, .C.. & MicdHOokie or Mr. West, at West's Hotel, in r'fontiel'1o.
Wai it not known that, if a tone 10 the journal and THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Ab ,
proper LOU1il, consequently 'atuabl and both were bound to keep the Any packages entr.u-!ted l fo either of theibove :
given to Southern sentiment to the people themselves, rendered tht in persons each other for the six' A true copy-Attest. loininal Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent agents properly labelled, will be delivered as. ,
b (peace respect to ner.t OSCAR MYERS, Clerk. Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling ..jirectet. No others will be received. 'i
course would be condemned throughout the beginning of its career. Let it start in health months. Mr. Willis, though somewhat bruised June 2V!! lEi!!). 5 3m Tube. THE. CONTRACTOR. ,- :

length and breadth of the South ? And have and strength service, since its we look" for active ant, wes not seriously injured.-N. 1" Post, Mackerel.NOS. JuneS 1550. 22 -It ,
untiring at hands. 18th inst. DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES -
they not, in a vain hope to save TUJlorismf'om --- I and 2 in bbls., i bbls., and j hbN.. fo: '>n the prevent ion and cure of Consumption Asthma Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

merited condemnation, been willing thai Cutting Timber on Public Lands. A CuEiors Ac'r-'nle blubber on a fat by S. S KNIGHT. |Dijea-ic3 of the Heart, ic.c.anJ on the method ol; '"HUE subscribers have on hand two hundred and'fittyouncesofSlpbateot '

Perhaps it nay not be genet ally known inhale' is sometimes, in its thickest parts, from Jane29 i, IS5U. 25 ,)reserving Health and Beauty to an old age. Thi. J. Quiainehichthey .
the South should loose all the }benefits to b< 'fifteen to twenty inches thick, though seldom] took should be in ev" ry family. To the Ccnsump- .
that the lave obtained direct from the manulacturrrs, and:
derived from concerted action and higb, firm ( cutting any kind of timber on! more than a foot ; it is ofa coarser texture ami!, Blacksmithing.rpHEundersiened :'iveit points out I he only reatonatlc hope for relief. they will warrant it to be a superior ariicle-
Lands belonging to the United States is respectfully inform To mothers, the directions it gives for the care and I We have and Mediine3
an of
much harder than fat poik. So full of enlarged our stock Drugs -
and noble determination ? We fear these very JL the that, having 1, 'd.7af ion children are invaluable. 73,000 copie- ,
indictable effence, punishable! } fine and im oil i is that cask with the public generally by recent an ivals, and are prepared to execute
by a closely packed the and th
hf have
this book passed through
i Horse he i- press
questions mun aoswcied in the affirmative.Ala ;employed supeiitr Shoer 'irderaior articles in our line, at wholesale or retail,. .
b prisonment. But such is the fact. A Icleau raw fat of the whale wi not contain 't ROW prepari
$for the South, when a large body of men was recently up before the District Court cast the oil boiled from it, and scraps are leftibeside ,uuerior manner aDd on usual terms. Co., 707 Broadway, New YOlk, and nOLD\VIRE.bv We. have also a fw accountj yet due to us forth. I .

In her midst are ready to trifle with her, mos! ; this has been frequently proved } F. PAYNE. SHIELDS & vear 1319. They are generally in small amounts,.
of Alabama, which resulted in a fine ol I JQne 29, 1E 50. 'lj If Quincy Florida. but if the whole could be paid! shortly it would go.
sacred interests in their devotion to party and to party leaders Can the South at such $300 for cutting 400 pine trees, and the. '_ u,_. __ : Brought to the Jail [persons using Dr. Fitch'i Remedies,to be had,gratis far towards liquidating ceiUin LEWIS&AMES.JnneP,1SiO. sums which we owe.. .\'

1 imprisonment of the party offending. The MARRIED.In I Tallahassee the 23d instant, a ne rl'j Jof all his Agents. 22
limo this TN on ; .
as safely commit herself and her 23 than
John's June t 15,150.I __
gov. St. Church. the 21th in ,
on the Willian U -
following points were decided in the trial : Tilallae 'j I woman, who says belongs to
ernance unto the.Lands of men t>o ready to hlant.ly the Rev. Dr. Rutledge, the Rev. HEN'JA-' t gerii.and that her name i* MII,LY. Said r. "'oodl'ulr's Djientery Cordial Notice. ; .i
That the
desert a position taken in her behalf? 5 cutting or removing from I MIN? WRIGHT; ICi-ctor of Tinuty Church, St.. Au..1 IC:7U w lolerabTe stout. The owner is leques D :lIsd Veriiiif'Z SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the-
the public Lands an timber of Ie"crip {Jed lorword and his properly as thi John's of !
. } any fl'Ustinc, to SUSAN, second daughter; of John 13.nJ'I' : tn come prove Mother's Friend and Liquid Cathartic, Committee St. Seminary !
jiion, is indictable] and punishable] by fine and ::3W directs. J Dr. Gordon's Anti-Billious Pills Learning located at Madison Court House Florida. r
Disunion i Congress. t[impriionment.I JOHN II- RHODES Jailtr. .Dr. Hasting's Compound Svrup of Naptha !mtil 12 o'clock, M.,on Saturday, the fith day of July 4 .J.

Grccly it in taking notes andriinling I 2d. Thai the of the lands by the I Oa Wednesday morning 2'3th instant, by flcv. J.t June 29, 1S50. 25 .Dr. Little's Tonic BittersTonic Pills- and Vermi- 'text. for .furnishing material, erecting and finishing 1.
Walhitgol entry GlIJSON fuge Lncina Cordial, omplee{ .' wood, a ipajn building. fifty by thiity "
them in Of the disunion; !trespasser after the trespass, i i. np bar to the in Pht lp!. ROBERT E. KsqV., Atloin<7 < "A Cooper Wanted." : Rin:woirn and Tetter Ointmnt l French Mjsture, i eet.two i>tor jcshi h, with two"lOgS', each twenty- \ .

IIrit in Congress be says : dictinent. ,Law, Quincy Fa., to Mills FLORIDA A. F., daugh.ter all make TUR \ENTINE BARRELS. DnS<)encer'3 Vegetable Pills and Bitters. tivby thirty feet. \
of Mr. 1) C. Wilson, of this QNELwhocan Coated Anti-Fever Pills The whole work to be completed for delir-
Hy a cent decision of the Court City. well recommended (or industry, can Murphey's$ Sugar ready : .
'nt growth of disunion in Congress is ( r-- --- -p- -- --s. find employment at (fair wage Make application Df. Leroy'a Vegetable Univerjal Pills, _.y by the 20'h day of Decempei next. Bond for the \
rapid. There are not loss tian? bi ht' memo! of the United States, the judgement; in the j. OBITUARY. .I o. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Dr. Peters Vegetable Pills (lailhlul performance of the contract }ibe\ required.

bpri of tho two Housesvho despair}of the [above case is strengthened con rmcd.- | Departed this life on Tuesday the 16th instant, Newport June 29, 15"JO. Mitchell's Eye Salve and Thompson's Eye Water, Persons disposed to bid, can obtain pore specificinformation
lcd and as to lire Character of the
Union the atf MntfjttN Phcnix Bitters Life Pills, work to be
at wil stave States were well That decitiqn fays : i the residence of her father, Capt. Daniel Bird, Flour. Dr. Rose's Cou.h h Syrup done,and also see a draft of the building, by personal .

out of i. They dOI't dislike the Union per] The and EMonlicello, Florida, Misa SAIJAH OLIVER BIIJD f. FLOUR received Genuine Stoushton'a Bitters. The abo'enll application to. ". I
*c on they would rather like ifif cutting using and hickory iiri the 20th year of her age.jj AFRESH supply of Family" iust known and popular rnnedies.for. sale by BABTOK C. POPE '
teal bv
and for
ntrarJ trees i h indictable, and so the culling and usin;: "Llewellvn SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE. THEODORE HARTRIDGE
our afe and the [ ,
only $ jj Alas for the hopes of earth How d and afflicting McNAUGHT &; ORMQND.
olfer description; of timber from the i : UJin Quincy FJa.i DANIEL S. GRAHAM.BviltKng
fanatics" u-ould' tny trees June 15, 1850. 23 :(
cease their opposition tQ slavery public lands would be uud ar |the mutabilities of all| human affairs! How;, Newport, June 29.. ..1&50. Committee. .e

; but since the case is as it ill they are onlt the equalyinqictahle, humiliating to pride,that we must all become aa |'he!, Icoholic Extract Caniasi is IIUII1S.. .. Proposals will also be recrised and considered fo; .

andous to get peaceably and happily out o!,:i 'eing so, by fne impris dust! S.e! who was with ijido; lately in all the j jiy.' "Refrigerators and Meat Safes. jCollodjon or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, ,. erecting the building of brick. r ,J
the Union intp a Southern R ,mment must follow in sit Cai. fous' T AXDING from B.1f -*'Lle"'ellyn" *n assortment Pbilottken Ntrvine By. order, of the Board of T1'tJteaLegiiatUTe ?. 4t '
vote* of Ibi, class will Confederacy.The A case of this, kind, is remarked: by ( beauty of young and blcxiruing }life, bright and]' .LA of' the above aimed articles, f.r lalA! by Nerve and Bone Liniment., For salehyS1JIUS.E.GOLbW.IHE.. CHARLES RUSSELL/ *' ; _
defeat '
the cqropro a I:Jlovely a* aa emanation Irvin Heaven, is no noreJ-r, : ..) MNAUhIT. & OtMOLD.r 1 : I .Sec.. B. T. St. John's S. cf L. _
mia U i iJ} be defeated, ai I think it must be.' .. totemparjry, it I discredit t our statute; books. |>he liaj raj*:4
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THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, STAEtLITT-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. Jrgat: 1bttrttC11tCl1t9. IC) jTloribiuu &3fournaL Dusincsglt; S, : -

regular course ol Lectures in thi Institute Cotton =
rrtHE proprietors beg tn call he attt'\Iion.o.f con. $900,000. THE commence on the first of November, and ill Jefferson Circuit Court. PUBLISHED EVERY StTt'RDtYIVENING. Brokerage

JL in Tea, and the bead: of families to Pjlmcr
Martin ,
continue until the last of .February. The Anatomies -
selection of Teas imported bv 1 THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. BERRY
the choice and rare will be and r*. T&IDtS : & :
Depratment open ready to receive ROW
them, and hitherio unknown\ this country, which) I YOHK-NO. 3 WALL ST., students by the first of October. The Medical Department Catharine Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish. THREE DOLHHS annum if paid in advance. addition to their ; ,.
combined with vir- OK NEW ; per Auctioneer .
and ,
by their frig-ance delicacy will be under the directio* of following to sell residence of estate of James L. Parish to TIRr AND if paid within six months. ,. Commission Merchants, wilt give
and ulienjth. pioducc an infusion! of surpassing Xov. 1st, H19, '3.- Pi \1\LF. t'fir "
"pin purity : ,\TFT Accumlllte. Fond PROFESSORS. pay debt due Complainant.TN FOUR DOI.L.\U. if not paid untiltheendof) theyear5JThe.se to the selling ol COTTON fc-r K.ril and otblCI
: r'iehnes* .nJ flavor. i t. I IJ, i in"If"tl in Bonllo and) Moitgagesjn who may not find it convenient to
The T'a.' aft-red are the foiloieinc: : : real l eatae( in this CitY and Brooklyn, and stocks Z. FRFFu)1 D, Professor of Anatomy. this cause it appearing from the bill which was teitns willbe rigidly :adhered to, and for the arrival of the steamer." Btinv attend ald. '.

The JeJJo Bloom, a Black Tr. at 61 I 01) per lb.i i of the Stile and City of Xe\York and UnitedStatesGovernment. R. S. -EWT. 1 D. Professor of Surgery.tl. J filed i i-i Jefferson Circuit Court on the 7th day of no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are he spot, they will be ready: to anvadiamVIhe '

.. Nipho-, d... .' 0 '5 J. HULCE. M. ., Piofessor of Theory and Practice :April,1S50,which bill is verrted by affidavit. of Com iaid, unices at the option 01 the publishers. Sub- market that may offer. tak an/* .

a' Dun do 0 .*" I This fund i is rapidly increasingby a widely .extended of Medicine. plinant. that Defendant Catharine: Ellis I rficll' scribers will be received for three months at One Samples may be left for exhibition. Chart

as Osacca a GreiM Tea.It' 1 Of) :and prnpelon4 business. W. BYRD foWFLL. M. D., Pfessor of Physiology limits of the State of Florida, namely in 1)ollar-i ix months at $1 5. Every order (for the crate' and prompt returns made. ,fc.-.'
.* It O ",:'t Of fit- Path'to aid Geology.J. the Slate' of Alabama: be
Too-Um do. The declared a dividend of profits of paper out of this county accompanied January 5, 1 1"SO. 52 |f
Tick-tsiaa do. 0 50 It v.two Company! on all ei ting policies on the 3Ut KING, M. D., Professor of Materia' Medica, Therapeutics n therefore Orilere'!, That publication be made the cash, unless the order comes through any of our -

a, UJ.fi Mittuie: :aco-npound of January per,CIAt I"t 15. and Medical Jurisprndence.J. in some newspaper in Tallahassee, Fltri,1. for 'lour regularly authorized agents in the State.ADVERTISEMF.TS LEWIS &. AMES "-
the most rare and choice the Insured. MILTON SANDERS, A. M., M. D., Professor of months successively requiring said Ellisto ,
Tea grown on the feilile All the Profit are divided among Chemistry and Pharmacy. plead answer or demur to said bill, on I nefenethe UEALEHSIX

and genial soil <>f A ,""m. 100 I! The premiums are payable inc-sh annuallysemi. J. A. WU.tON. M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and first Monday in September next or the!ame will I !DRUGS MEDICINES,
With a viewtoencmirage the introduction' of thesemitchlets I ann-ully! or '!'Jul.ry, interest being added on the Diseases of Women and Children. be taken fonffsto, and set down for hearing txparle Will be i inserted at I the rate of One per!que PAINTS OIL.

: Teas it is lh,!! intention of the proprietors deterred paxmeuU. CLINQDE LECTURERS. at po Fall Term of said Court. tvrelve lines for the firstand fifty cents fo each Toilet .Articles. Perfumery, le., Window eiinPAISTKRS'
I I Tiieca-sh'pnnciple by thi.Company secures THOMAS Judge, &c. subsequent insertion. A reasonable: deductionwill
to distribute hy Int' am'n:t ht'purchasers, a quantity aloltf .fedkmne.-Professer I I J I HCLCE.Surgery. B.\LTZJLL. BRfSHES AND COLORS,
benefit' the iii ui4nces made l t'al notices estate ,
be ,
of Tea e-jual to the firt : profits on the ":ale ,, to Ihe parties I. May 7, ISM. : n.ticec year
effected. Each' purchaser years will receive e.iclns'd in I; are E'f'ce'l.; the whole of the Advantages, without .-Professor S. NEWTOX' A true copy-Test, ly notices without _:1er.\tion. by persons having Apothecaries dass Var(-, &r.

the packagea: numSerel c*rli. .
I premium note The fee* for a full course of Lectures amount to May ll.lS-Vi., IS mIn Ml announcements of for ofct. FIVE JL lowest market pticcs. at
one chance in the dis'ributionj for fift.nl"
every -
1 I ertVct on their own lives one hundred and fivedillars.Each in advance. LEWIS
liiJ to ?2'.O'JI'. m v inurnc. DOLLARS-inviriah1 & AMES
and amwntinj .
on receipts IIUOr' '
the value of ::I : others. \ married women can insure Professor's t ticket $15. lhrtir11ator's $5.Demonstrator's Chancery. willbe paillo any' for announcementunlessaccompanied Tallahassee, November 20, I&47. 13
the U'1i"rmfOntionepuce's(] fir Tea. to :, 101 -
the benefits of which Fee !?iO. the -
her husband with -
: 21. cash.
time ,
len per cent., or two thn' nnd d-illars w ill bf given I! {( of herself Those de.irins 'further information please address CIRCUIT COURT, l10RO COUNTY FLA., and notices SIMON TOWI.K. MABI1.10 D. -
scale are secured by law for the exclusive use or ; wIl All religious: mirriage obituary published P.IPy
away as bviusses arcordinz:: to the following : children. their letters (post t paid) in the : and students MAY TERM, 1S50. ; but editorial notices for private TOWLE &. PAPY -
5 5') Ibs. Tea at fl:I 01..I) Ibs. or MVi gratuito'j-dv ,
priteof and all other dependent salaries arriving in the city will please call on him at Julia Thistle, her next friend Hiram will be advertisements.
2.) It 21 It.. I O'l :i'n ** :'jll/' /). I, Clermen upon the Commercial Hotel. R. S. NEWTON : by "j I benefit, charged a Attorneys ond Conustllon at law
av.iillheinselvesot a resource Banner, ,
:..1.) It :.01))( specially
I) It 1f''C' I (4). _. Divorce.
JiiX) : whereby their surviving families maybe secured Dean of the Faculty.LAW '-"" > WORK. formed an association for the Prar ,.
10) :5 4 Of I0 '. :;r1') I jon HAVING
DEPARTMENT. Hezekiah Thistle. )) ,will attend the several Courts
2..0" 1 It Of 1 of the principles of Mutual W. M. Kivc Professor. of and having been made! that Hezekiah L.Thi- We are well prepared to Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District f', .
explanatorj I theory
PROOF : &c. ilh neatness
; and illuslratin its advantages, I lon. F. Prac. ,I out of the State 01 Florida, // in Ordered as billscards, blankspamphlet:, ," 01 the U. S at Tallahassee. \ business :
;;: prir.> in all. 20'I'')) \\\n.\ ,$20Ui'). Lime [Insurance, { Law.JO"S and despatch. All work of this de-cription I eatrtv,. .
Those peTan who t\rofi-r" lo-ver pri/.cd Te;". C"I: i with forms of application may be obtainf at the D.L.nFL. 1 ., Professor( of Commercial upon motion of( S. R. Mallory, Eq C"mtliinant's for having yearly accounts with, to their care will receive prompt attention.
I ortire of the ), 3 Wall st, or any of itsTRUSTEES. Solicitor, that a hearing of the tact charged except person t&- in the C
will lie Company Oft.r
receive their ;prize in proportion or they ; ; : Jurisprudence. the mu"t be paid for on delivery. pitu1
in 'the Complainant' be had and that ofce. _. 17, Ib-lf 7MEOICAL
re-purchsspd for ca(h. at a deduction of 1(1( per"I'nl. aPlls. TERMS-$:,) per Session. Bil ; a -- .--- ---- -- .
notice thereof he
ft- Cou trv .Asent! required., Applications 10 bead to t this puhlNhrd some public newspaper -
i All departmentmust SPRING GOODS. -
I pertainii.g! of this State for the of four months
: Jresied (p'ist piJ) to the Company' Depot asabove. Jos. B. Collins, David C. Colden., be addre-sed toEW.. KING, Esq. JOSEPH,:pace B. at least. subscribers are just opening their Spring :OTICE
I I Wm J. IIIsp! Alfred Fdward. Tenn., Feb. 'W, K JJ, L been well and
Jnnes.sc. '2! ::m I R. H.McCurdv', Wm. Ht'!, Memphis Judge Southern Circuit. Stock which has carefully selected Dr. Charles T. Darby
Key' : VS.ISW I ). |12 4m by an experienced hand consisting of Staple
----- ----- S. Winston Joseph \\'pol.larl'h
Fred. ,
nllnt. Th. Faculties, for intellectual abilities, moral and Groceries, Oils T) ESPECTFULLY: announce to the pubic intn.
Fancy Dry
Notice.TIE I C. W F.b'r. Iftiac G. .Hon, worth and profrssionable acquirement will compare ACTION OF ASSUMPSiT BY .TT.CI nXT.: Paints and Goo. Ilrdware. Stationery IX eral! that he has permjn ntly loUffd bimseit i m,

: firm; 'irMofrtrHtini: under the stvle of : J ,*in P. Ylh'rlon. *Henry\Vra. W-1N'., favoraMv' with the most distinguishrd. in our mountmy. Haley T. Blocker ? 50.I i I Furniture Clothing, ) 101ow.ware.., ., shot every :Ionlicplo Florida, and will be found at all tiirp,

& N'VE> i ic ihi day an anomaly in thisor Amount sworn fo $1,117 I thing needed by the planter and his fimily. A.s !'ioi>uly! engaged. Strict attention will
tU4lcan cnt. All }ii-r on
firm will pVa'e jire"o-tt them and' thos* indebted 1. Swif. David. .Iif'r.. lock, the best t 'TIIIE d.fenllalt. and al other persons interested' !, enabled to give good bargains.: Please call and see. 1ay.ISW. 15_
wilt make navment to either of said tin l. JIJlr. \\t"worth. Robert -Shuvlcr! Those who will contemplate' our geographical position I_ are hereby notified the commencement f.f the McNAUGHT &ORIl. I".w.

A. II. COL Co'p'l. James Chambers and Ihe extent' of our population ca i have no above suit, and rejuired to appear at (the next Term, Newport April 1 13, )*;. 1J I UUTC1IIXS7AUCTIONEER
:\ ,
A. H. NOYF.S.MaJNon ). I (ouv.1 doubt a to the eligibility, of our situation for an enterprise (on the fourth Monday in October, A..!). IS-iO,) of -- ----

C. H Ha. :Mv r, i i0.: 2J 4' : ,! Pr'ivu' J.i.tph H.Tuckt'rnali. of 'the kin I. .Asto 11'3Ith. including al seasons I the Circuit Court for the County of Leon and State Select School for Young Ladies, ,
--..--- Fred. Whittlesey" Grinnl'l. of Ihe year, we deny that ANY CITY i of Florida and plead lul(he declaration fileItlereia t T.1LL.1II.1SSEE. FL.1.
I Charles Ely, Wm. J. CY. .
Leon Circuit un1er. 1 48 M'iRE.' WALKER (;WYNN.
Court. John C. Cfujer, E-ii-eneDutilh, .\ common error exists in the minds of rjriny students : Attorney&for Plaintiff. [111E nest'tsession of this SCHOOL will commence REFER TO
Susaunah W. Pendarvii and utbd Walter Joy Francis Lalhrop Messrs. 1!. BOND. J. W AnnvLE, D. C.
*'? I relative to I the place of studying medicine; April 13, l .r,. V [In E-j-iity. I Alfred Pcl'l, J. O. Thatcher. thos- who intend practicing amonz the diseases of comi Ii.hed andexpeiienced Teacher chargeof I H.FLAGG.T.J.HoDsO.NandJ.T.ARCHUl.

I.. A. Madden' and others. ) t JOSEPH B. COLLINS, PrniJfI/. the Westand South should! certainly educate: themselves Notice. the Music Department', this School now affordsevery i March 10, IS 1'J. 10

NOTICE is hereby given to nil ,persons claimma( .! I l\\C; ABBATT, Secretary.J0 at a school who e Faculty are practically ac- facjlity for yojng' Ladies to acquire a sound .
demand]>! against; the finds in my hand. >. BLUNT, Comld/o. quianted with ,those di eases. Q jX months after d.1e,1 I shat apply to the HonorO and accomplished Education. J. 1.. SHIELDS, 31. P. J. .. BOND, 31 t
thorough .
heloujini: to the h-irs. of Josiih P.*ndir\'is:to pre- 'I I JAMES B. GAMBLE. Ag't., Tallahassee. That the public may!be satisfied: of the permanan- able Jcd e of Probate and for the County ofJefTer.ton J. Principal.Mrs. .
1I'!1t them with proof' to O'J"t.lIthe January HI. 1'3i). 2yCOTTON for: \dscharlt: as one of the Administrators PHFLPS.
proper same cy of 1 his school, we feel it our duly to that : ,_ ) Drs. SHIELDS & BOND

"j'f retn-: , the! Court \\lmte in Talhha ee. f;,' "uch cl: ..im will GINS. which aucurs well for its future success; and that SMITH SI.VKIN'S.JetTer : Mi"s HUHJAFD.} HAVING associated themselves together in the
Cmn'v. : of MciliriinSurgery, ice., nfirr theirservices
thereafter 4rred. and the fu-id) distributed. the peculiar I internal orzar.ization: which connects "on January 19. IS.Vj. rm Quinry, March 30,1S50. lOt I .
to the citizens of Qtiincj and the surtuucd.
13v ord!rof Cn.irt.BENJ. them cannot be _. -
interrupted. -- --- -
F. WHITNEFl: JESSE I."r A T SOX, E: M. W. 11NG.Presiilet Notice. &c. ins country.
I :August 11. I 1S49.Thomas :-.1
Master in Chancerv.J'ine : of the Faculty.M.vU.lS50. OIX months after dite, I t.1 the Hou -rO Quincy -- ------
1";'i,). GIN MAMTACTCRKR, wi3Ip1' received Schooner! William R.Pet tea from
1. 21 J
-It I : IS abe Jud rj of ProbaJt-! "" of aihiOIIn per
Om JUST Jeff. Heir
___ ._.____._ ,
u 0 leans
Lee :
Palmyra, Counly Georgia, forletteisof dismi-.ion trom the adminisfra-
Stray Horse. inform his friends and the public $20 Reward. theesta'e of Mallicw Tucker deceased.HENRY St Louis: Flour, Rio Cct"e. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
\\TOlLD genl'r4ly. Tobacco ; in the Ciiriit Court
from the j l.b ocri 'r'li planta- that he continues the abnve business at from the subset! ibr. }uit the first of O EAL. : WILL practice each
5TRVEU I RANAWAY ). r- Olive Oil, Oranges, of the Middle Circ jit,and in the
2, 1 I' >2 ?m Sn-
< .
; January
: he
c' 5tansbur\. on SI.ndth., hisold IhiJ.; where willbe hippy supply them )I 1.1.a lieht complexioned negro fellow Brazil Nuts, Lemons, States
------ -- -- -- Court and United Court
___ _, I 13th May, a red roan MARE, 7 or ", \earsold I with a first rate article. As an evidence of the named PRfCI. aboutJO \eaisf aze, about five Notice. -- Rum preme litric a

id ur t"i hands high, has; one: bi'e liind) 1'1)01.1\ i pilily of his work he would state that out of the feet t o II) (!high, round facti, remarkably Gin Whnkey Claret Wine. Tallahassee.1

itar in the forehead and some mark* flf the )harness : large number sold by him the past year: not one has beautilul white teeth, vi>' large feft and bands : is SIX :fmth after tIlt date. cf (his notice, I will For sale bv llontict'lo.January 29, 15-S. 2S

and tladde! oa: her I be1 k ,and shout.! !or". I will givea fail d to jive perfect satisfaction-and would as refetenre is slow iiihii,!"ueechand draw I Is cut: his words when I I. my vouchers, and accounts to the Hon. ALFRED E. HOC.

liberal rewaidto any: person that will deliver !aid : sivcthe name of any one who ha one ti his" answering a 'jur"tlon.) No particular marks about Judge of Probnle for L,'on Coun'y for a final settlement March 30, 15,0. 12 CARAWAY SMITH,] [W.\ S. DILWORTUSMITH

mare to m? at mvi.Untatim.or to Me-! r". :\1itlfr k.rokaw j Gins in' use. He i is intending to enlarge his establishment 1 his body by which he could be rlco nized. It is and discharge from ,the E-tate of Dr. I. D. ] & DILOHTH

: in Tatlab see. Any information! relaling I considvrah'y' Ibis >'ear. by which means he will probable he may somewhere in the neighborhoodol Newton, late: of said County ',deceased.PATRICK Watches &c. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.

to laid mare will be thankfully\' received.RCXJAMI.V. i be enabled to fil1, ordrs (v\hicb la4- >ear hea unable Thomas cou.t v, Georgia, he having been hnin in SlTl. Adm'r. JevTelr ,

BYRD. ; to d.>) with Gins if po-sible superior! any ev- said cnunl '. The above reward will be paid) for his :March 23,1S.10. II-firnNotice.; rPHE subscribers have just recei- MONTICELLO( FLORIDA.

Fort tansbMrv June; !1. 1S3':: yi tf I, manufactured, inS Ld which are July ?, 15-19.:
that every e:!expeiieuce enables him to make a -
Gold Lever Watches,
Nunn's & Olark's little h..tpr article. HENRY MAS'l. Week after date. I hall apply to the Honor A. E.
I Beiiiga practicalmt.!banic: ,and w ilhal,determined Sopchoppy, Fla. April 13, lSs50. I II t 2m SIX Jude, of Probate of Leon County', for letters Hunting Silver Lefrs.Lipit'n MAV1EL

CLR Octave\T :0 I'I.SO-warranted action: :-CJ, CJ that nnne but' Ginsot t Ihe very fir-t cla.sshallbernanif of Administration on the Estate of So born Hoi- and plain Watches ATTOHH::V AT LA j' '
grand : Pianos. al.,3nd Kes
: I .cturedinhisshophefeplssafeinvvarrantiiigthemtn | Teacher Wanted. comb dece3"ed.lle of said County. : Rincs attend all Court of the Middle Cir-
-A LO- Bracelets Boson. Pins EarringsBosom
Eolian Attachment Pianos,with ires'Tonelc operate; to them the sati.faction free of of Ihe to urchaer. Hewill A TJ.\CH EH i is wanted to take charge nf theCenXX -, 1 ; 1 P.. C. S. JOHNSON.;: Buttons, Sleeve Buttons, WILL. ft>- Office ovei S. F. Burnty's Store.
purchasers at
: charge ---- -- ---- ---------
.% teed The Masonic Tallahassee; Oct. 27, Isrj. 42
!! dIJOcc ebi df..llianoli ran be had their plantations. te\'ile Acadt'mIt.tJlal.h. A rea Gold! Pen and Pencil Cases -

by) application to D. C. U'lLSOX. j All engagements made with his travelling Az nta, son.Lle CUfPcIli(1| \ : given to one of approved Notice. Gold Pens in Silver! Cases,

Janel,7S'-0 21 tf I 10f orders to (the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall bepromptly qualification. For particulars, apply to the 1"OUReek,after date' the tdfOr"i! iened. Admin Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Silt Spoons S. S. KNIGHT.

-- -- ----- attended to. Hoard of Tiustees. .L istratorolWihhi.rn Theiis decejsed, will apply' Marble Clocks Wholesale! Retail Grottr & Provision Drier,
R K. CAIL. P'esf. to the Ho'orblf Com I of Prohite! for Leon County, Plated Cantors Spoons Forks, &
GUNSMTTHING.G fjrRep i ring done in the most durable anl
I properly; F. F:. Si-c'v. for an order 10Icl'hpW' J of S. F:. 4 of Section 20, St-ttd of Waiters, &.c. &.c. TALLAHASSEE. FLU1MDA..

tannr.I WM. THOMPSON, Township ', Range and TOWLE MYERS.[ constantly on hand,a rid ofiers for sale at
Mlle;: j is also \ nit (for the tle of( ChanmanRtiKlallV : : I : P. & KEEPS
WOEK of all (!'rtinlion"nt' I & C).' CA;T IRON hORSE POWfRSU.: I. J. ELIT. SDfEO TlFUS.dm.r.. March 23,1S.V). t advance on COf': '. fr cash all the standard -.

with the u'niosi! 1 Precision and Daipatch! by I GAR MILLS in')': and Florida.! C. :, May-t,1c5t-t. articles in his line. Flours r.f approved qualities

the 'icrjb..r.at htt..loII: next door to Dr. iijtnirdV. I Contracts can be maic'Jthwt.f"r with nv Georgia Travelling A-z nls. K. B EM BUY, -- Buggs I Buggys -Sugar:, ConVes Tra-, 'Oc.n. Ham!. Fi>tk.

Particular! attention paid to country orders, and the I Any information wanted with regard the cost and C. C. FLETCHER. Notice.SIX Carriage Repository, Soap, Candles, Lard and all simili artickst.flether to

patronage of all i in sohci ed. operation of th(!' mills, can be obtained by addrc3 April 27, l c'.' 1 t month. after the frt publication of this no JUST 5 Buggys with tors with Fruits, Irish Potatoes' Onions SON,

Door Locka KcpalrcJ. &c.. 4CsCIIAILE.S in2 me at Palmyra, Lee Crt-jntv.Georiia. --- -- ------ T shall apply to Hnn. Jame E Hioome, 10 I without tips, bisins..i;!, Ahn\1lhhand all otbel articleiniualU

DEMILLY.: March 30.1 S50. 12 ly. J. M. WILLIAMS Judge of Probate (for Loon County, for a dicharefrom 1 Rockaway seat, establi'hmnerts.Storenei .

Tallahassee May 2"i: l 1\\'iO.I 20 ------ --- H just received per Schr. W. R. Pettes, from the administratorship! of the estate' of George 1 second-Land Carryall, door above G. H. Meginniss'.cn I Monroe

Madison Female Seminary, New Oi leans, Youngdeceased. !ate of Leon Countv. Florid.i.DAVII which will be sold on Ihebe'-t of terms. street.

Provisions. MADISON C. IL., FLORIDA. I .Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One D I D. YOlG. :Also on hand Saddles;. Btidies, double and single April 2S, '54)- ). 17 ly_

JUT receiied per Schr. W. R. Pettc*, from New session ot the choice Brown Adm'r. of George Yoln dtceaset. lcrnti.and every variety of Goods and Warrs usually -
rp1m Sugar, .."
March! Ifi, IS ,') 10 fm in a Saddlery Establishment; and all kindsof GEO. H. BESTWICK,
.1. will comrpence on Wednesday, For sale as low a4 one .
any Work done the shortest notice ice.D.
Clear Sid-s, the 10th dav of July next. April I 20, J 1S50. "l5 1 ese. Notice. E. HULL. Wholesale i Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer,

Shouiderii j In addition to the three other claims azain Jam P.lack-
I'stra pre-ent JItI1y. persons holding ; March 10, 1550. 10 TALLAHASSEEFLORIDA
Cured Hams
Plain. Hams Sugar: TearliTS wil employed to their services New Books. late of Leon County 'eeaed. are no- constantly on hand ai.d lor sale at the

Prime Loaf,Lard I "i'li the Term. FINE selection of ll.eNoveUo! the day, to.gether lifi.l that t they must I b.pu-ented to the ui der:isnrc'vilhin Claret Wine. KEEPS! cash price', for c:*!I.anltli! article- !

Star Candles, I For particular, !('P Circulars and Catalogue A with many others such Unices' Life the time prescribed bv the statute or His FEW cases superior St. J then just receivedand t this line efbusines.flours of be!l qualities,Sugar,
This! Institution i is 00in sUCCt'sflt operation, and a notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.EDWARD A Ram
Peail Starch. For ale byALFflEIi and Travels HUfIH.ldl'!Traves. Rambler in Mex. fur sale bv Coflee Teas. Bacon Hams o.lp.C.nlu.luli.
affords advantaee for
( E.: HOC. I every possible young I.adie-I to ico, Los Gringofcc.., B.ACJf.EDGE. Adm'r. :fcX.GIT & ORMOND. sins Lard Whi.key.ald all artirr

May 23; I IS1). 20 I acquire' a thorough W. L. HARPSON al.c refined,Education.A. M., MeNA1GIT &. ORMOND.: May 2.rt 1 1"-.V). 21 --
are respectfully
Principal 13 :
-_ Newport, -prll SI. 14 to purchase any arlice. .
--- __ Notice. Cabinet-llaking. invited to call and price bojing

Notice.MD. HOARD OF TRUSTEES.lion Paintings and Engravings.A months after( date application will be mad.' 9111E '.b9crihe having fiken the ehcwhere.Store .

PAPY and G. W. HTJTCHINS are an- R W. PAHR.fRE.) President of Board. SMALL and choice assortinent for saie bvMcNAUGHT SIX the Hon. Jud' c of Probate for Leon Count _'.._.,.._ J. Shop and Ware-Room! recently formerly occupied by L. &, H Greenberg

to act an my .Arents HI tb. Slate of Ihn.! f. II. IJ & ORMOND. for ltff rs of d!",mis4iin from the estate of Thomas fcgj'.r' J -"-' occupied by Mr. Gerard Vin:eihoets, fc Co.,corner of Monroe\ and Jefferson streets.

Florida. SAM. S. SIELEY.: BUNTING, Eso.. Newport April 13. 1S50. IJ White, decea,i.d. late of said (Bounty.SAMUF.L !i.prepared to Manufacture. kinds of Cabinet Furniture 'I.y 1'2. 13U IQ

My25:;, 1 1S50. 20 A. BRINSON, M. D., --- C. WITr Administrator. ,and has now on hand agood a.ortment.which, -

W. L. TOOKE, ESQ., S. F. BURNEY May IS, 1S.V). 6m will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON. To the Florida Volunteers.

DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD RlI.. Z. ARm, Secretary. Furniture repaired at the shortest! notice, and! on undersigned will attend to the collection II f
B. THOMAS, Esq., treasurer. respectfully! ) call the attention of his i Notice.ALL I rF
Offier WOULD reasonable t terms. January I 19,1530. 2 6m I against I he State or the United Sates
first Door Wetf
t of Jmle Ballzell's and I the public generally to Ms large I _
N. B. Th. next Session will open in the Rooms and well of SPRING and SUMMER ]persons ha\ipl claims,against the Estate nf for services rendered by or supplies furnishedIkeFlorida t
May 2 >, 1S50. 20' I on the premises, occupied by the Principal. GOODS i3'Mtt'1Itok ariicle, both andslapll. late Prilal. will present them duly THE Male and Female Academy Volunteers called\ into service of the State .

Madison, May 2;, 1SOO. 20 uu(comprising. mold in every this market all of fancy which he attested; and those to the said Estate. January 7th. The econd session during the recent Indian outbreak. 1
TRUE MEDICINAL ---I i is will please make payment to the tub.ribr. ..tCllaleton "i commence June Cth. Students may enter at Being thoroughly conversant with all the form i
COD LIVER OIL HEAD-QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA, \ rteiYinj ,S. any time during the year.and,after the second week and business necessary for the collction of the sne, !

I 7'alaha3Itt.'JUay 20/A, IbOO. j 16.15. 10 C.F.. C. PHILF U. ) ,. of'the session they will be charged only from the he flatters himself he wiH enabltd to give full !
TTSEFUL in the cure ol 1 Scrofula, ConnumptionJ T. C. 5 f'xeculors- time ot entlrin Board may be had at prices varying satisfaction to those their claims with
\ Gout,Rheumatitn, Asthma BronchitisCoughsud Tuentine Axes, &c. May 11,1550.1 PROLEU.Ct from $T to !10 per month. For further particulars him. entrusting

all diseases of the Chest and Lungs A rupplvof AFRESH supply above Ares; also No I see printed catalogue which maY be obtainedby Reference-Alt who know him.GEORGE i

4 this valuable medicine i is jut received, which ii and 12 Cast Plows. e1ir points ; Sands Court of Probate. i application to K. H. STEWART, W. HUTCH1SS. 1

warranted pure and of very superior quality. Si Spear'a Cut and Wrought Nails,&c., &c. STATE or FI.OTUDASS. > AT CHAMBER, Jan. 2t i, 1S50. 3 Principal. 23, '' :
February __
For ale by LEWIS &. AMES Received Emeline.and 5. I
per Brig for sale by Washington County. ) March S. IS.'iO.IN .
May 2'i.: 13l:;). 20 Tallaha"seeFla. McNAUGHT &ORMOND. the matter of Sion Smith Ginrdian of Robert Notice. Fletcher Institute. (

Private ---- WHEREAS! An election of Major General for the Newport, February 23,1850. 1:Russ, minor heir of Robert Russ. deceased: months after date. ,I shall present my accounts Madam Rumor that sttd, .ls !
Boarding House. Florida Militia was held o the I the petition of Stephen J Roche and James M SIX vouchers to the Honorable Court of Probates WHEREAS says cannot j
'I''EN or twelve' Gentlemen be first Monday of April ul'jino, and appearing by a Provisions Sion Guardianas and ask for final I come to this Institution
can accomoda'od as i &c. Lung !securities praying tnat Smith for the County of Leon, : a settlement all it ceO- j
find houses To
JL Day Boardersat the residence of J,Ian H. full canvas of the returns made Ihe Executive be securitiesin the last will boarding : \,1101 may
Lloyd, BARRELS MESS PORK aforesaid may required to give new and discharge Executor of hoist tn
a that I have in
I send
Office that BENJAMIN HOPKINS 4 cern, greeting my i
on Monroe street next house to the store occupied iiduly elected 4 6 do. Prime do. lieu of petitioners, or in default thereof, that said and testament William Turner, deceased. : '
General of said 2d Division the hill at the ample roonircel fur
by Mr. Leon Bryan on desirable' terms. Also one Major of Florid'Militia : 5 Krps Leaf T.ad. Smith, be removed from said Guardian-hip: I appearing MATHEW TURNER. lmtution. accommodation tf 1
,'ow. be it knonn. nished with fire places, the
'furnished room now unoccupied foi a gentlemanand therefore named 2 half barrels to the satisfaction of this Court sid February 2,1S50-. 4 6m fu '
Cr.nberies. and will to them pIw'J
lady or two single gentlemen. Benjamin Hopkins i is hereby proclaimed duly 1 bhd. clear Bacon Sion Smith Guardian of Robert E. Russ, minor heir! tMrt'3luttl. promise give firms'' !.
lide ,
diet three day
General 2nd a
elected of ,
Tallahassee, May II, IS:'O. IS Major DivisIn Militia 1 do. shoulder do. of Robert Russ, deceased, reside beyond the limit Notice. good
and when commissioned will be and do their washing, all! for ten dllan r"
obeyed and respected lights,
of the State of Florida but in of the Slates of
10 bbls. St. Loui oiie
Flour, subscriber having fitted up the TANERY half in advance t e other at t"
Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. acorJngly.THO \ BROWN 5 do. planting Potatoes, the United States, to wit: the State of llssissippi. THE this place known as Baker's Tanyard, hasnow end of the one year. paid ;

1 hhd. fine Sugar, &o that notice of said petitioners fervet hand and will keep kinds of LEATHERfor ssmH.Flelcherville .
received from New Orleans,per schooner W. Governor and Commander-in-Chief. on al p. p
JUST Ptttct, Bv the Governor-Attest : 20 bushels Petit Gulf CoMon( Seed, upon him : sale ; and will have BOOTS and SHOES Ga., Feb. 21, 1950. 3o
'L. 10 barrels Rectified Whiskey. / it therefore Ordered,That the said Sion Smith, made to order. He has on hand a superior article of

Flour-Oil la niidjSt. L.oul, A. THOMPSON and Just rec'd. per sch,. W. R. Pettes, and for sale by Guardian a aforeiaiddo appear and answer said petitioners doobled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here re- &c.
Bacon Sides mid Shoulders, Adjutant Inspectot General.* McNAUGHT ORMOND. within four months from the date of the turn his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the Raisins Figs, Cheese,

Lard. Molasses and Sugar. May 25, 1S50. 20 3t Newport Mach 9, 18.V 9& first publication of this order or the said petition adjoining Counties for their past patronage. and say 0 BOXES English Dairy Cheese

For .ale by J. M. WILLIAMS. Pain Killer. will be taken as COlftled. arid the prayer thereof to them that he will continue to manufacture Lea I I, 10)' Drum, freh Figs,

May 11. lfi50. 18 Plow Iron. granted : ProriJtJ. That a copy of this order hepublished ther, Roots and Show, at his old stand in Gadsden 20 Boxe ti o. Raisins:.
A FRESH supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,just 1 oncea week for four months in some newspaper He will be at all times 1 Box Citron
assortment of wide Iron County near glad .
Ji\. received and for sale by AN say 8.9. and 10 in within the State of Florida. .Qincy. 10' Boxes Cider. ;
:!,,suitable for Plows publlie exchange the above articles for Oak Bark, Champagne
Medicines: Toilet Articles received Schooner .
&c. T. WHITE CO., Agents. per WASHINGTON Heidsick Wine. i
k Abel!, and for sale by T.O. Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper.
No vet-.ber 17,18-19. 45Baggng McNAUGHT Judge of Probates Good Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits, With a variety oJ articles=of the kind received 4

NASH & TAYLORit"'XTOULO Newport March 9, I 1&.V). 9&ORMOND. April 27, 1850. _IT 4m_ ( employment. per Emeliae, and for sale by I

respectfully inform (their H. BRADFORD, w. H. lcnLLAN. McCrlT &OR fD. '

and t the public, that they ROPE, AND byMcNAUGHT PRINTERS' MID Tallahassee,February 2, 15:0. NewportFebruary 2.19:0. 7 -

a new supply) of goods &ORMOND. :, Nos. 211 and BIDE' ciToiy f i l WJ i

Medicines, Perfumery Newport, January 5.1550. : WAREHOUSE GOLDSTUETj Talluhasscr, JETNA INSURANCE COM Bagging and Rope.

Soaps, &.c., &C., which added to their former SHJRfFJ.nREE.NEW YORK CORNER.-The subscribers of I April 20, 1850. I! HARTFORD, QO PIECES Kentucky Bagging i

block not long since received makes their assoitrnent Tin Manufactor. for Ille. of their own -- -- -- Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house ,,.,t, 3U coils Rope. !
nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen that mau1cturetheir Road Notice. BUILDtmS. Twine J
patent Single and Rail loss by fire. 1 bale I ,
T A engaged Printing
we are
do not wish te purchase Ml"dicnes. can call and1er- I VUG to fill adtional in our line in a Presses, for newspaper and book work Card Print. LEWIS &. AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth. i
prepared order ;
amine our utock! of 5 ic. i ing Proof Presses 26, IS Agents, Tallahassee. Just received per Schooner Peltcs, and for -sslfJMcNAUGHT ;
May 4, 1650. 17 ( prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from M.chincI Hydraulic Presses, J.J January ; : Si ORMOND. ;
the country will receive immed'ate attention. Aiibera1dieount with wrought Iron Cylndeu. (Jeered and other o ,

give to mercha :ls and dealers. Standing Presses; and Copper i is hereby given to the Stockholders of Garden Seeds. Newport February 23.1850. f

Grain Cradles, &c. T WHITE t CO. plate Presses, Binders'Material*. &c.,&e. Chase. NOTICE Rail Road Company, that on LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS U Sugar." I

1 DOZEN SUPERIOR GRAIN CRADLES June, 1849. 23 Cases, G.le's. Furniture, Stand*. Imposing Stones Thursday, 27th day of June next, an election will A received from the celebrated garden of GJ! Fancy eJ
Rap Hooks, &.C., & ., on hand and every article ne. be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahasseefurseven just Long Island. For sale by BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar,receit I
R. Garretson on 5
Handles and Scythe Stones, Fruits, &c. re-sary for a complete Printing Office, including lirectorstomanagetheaffairgofsaid Coot- LEWIS A per Pettes," and for sale byMcNAUGHT i

U inch Mania Rope,.uiUbIe for Cotton pits,. AIS1N ORANGES Type and Ink, furnished on the most favorable pan for twelve months from that date. 5 1SSO. 52 & 1 &ORMeW!
1) January ,
e and Saw [\. ALMONDS, LEMONS, term. Printers, Publishers and others, wishing to R. K. CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. Newport, February 23, 1850. -

Wide and narrow bar Swede Iron, ONIONS establish a News paper, ,I Job Office, will be fur. Tallahassee, April 6, IS: 13 Blacksmlthing. -
German Steel, Nails, Heavy Hollow Ware, APPLES nuhed with an estimate for the same, in detail, i if Liverpool Salt.
Plantation Hand Mills, &c. IRISH rOTATOr., desired Machinery i made to order or d ,. ken Nails. GOOD substantial and cheap Blacksniithingof )
k. kitts r.\il IA SACKS in fine ordlr.bleabtSk.jitr (
done at Ihe Stable
For sale by ( H. MEG1NNISS. MACXFRIL": : hal barl and and Bran Castings to order. They also manufacture Or\ KEGS Agawanand Fall River Cut Nails,just Shop near my I 1UUr per .
17 4w TONGUE cast clcell pit, circular OvS I last year by Miller &Brotaw. ORMOND-
May 4,1650. Just received and for superior mil. crU.-cut. received and for sale bvMcNAUGHT January 20, 3 FISHER. sale by McNAUGHT &
and other Saws which .
JOHN McDOUGALL.npcf'mr22lSi a they keep constantly Sc ORMOND. 18.H. Newport, February 23. 1S.50.Gentlemen's _
on hand. R. HOE & CO. Newport, April 13, ISso. 14
W. 0. M. DAVIS S. S. Knight
5 N. R.-Proprietors of newspapers, who will insert Clothing.

ATTORNEY AT LAW, the advertisement three times and send in a number Saratoga Water. TTTILL continue business at hl old stand, where stock of Clothil>!'
and well selected
London Porter. SMALL
taken up hi. abode at Tallahassee, and of their paper containing it, will be entitled to pay 20 DOZEN ( \1rt.) Congress Water, just receiTcd V V he hopes wait on such his friend as haveheretofore A received Emeline.and for .

HAS i ip the Courti of Ihe Middle' wi, 2 CASKS, quarts and pinfs just received and for ment on purchasing of us four times (he atnount of and for sale by extended so liberal a patronage,promising just per McNAUGHTi& ORl!leOb.NY.

n40 t Franklin ud Jackj Counties ute by McNAUGHT I ORMOND. their bi, McNAUGHT !ORMOND. that all shall have good articbsat (amy prices. 23. o '

,.2fsreh I ,. 8 ? elJrt, .April H 1, !1S50. I Ia 1*:< I 11 Newport, AptiV i:, J ISM) t April .S, 1St!. 17 Newport, Ftbruary 18r.