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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: July 6, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00076
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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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CON cSkn ct qftkt ,;:" t W"J tutafatorv to the Southern people.Vheth1'! 1 >uiardeJ; to Grand DivUims in circular bound by law fur the paymei.t of debts, diina- evil of which they complain-the abduction the cheers of the ra *cllgers. A new matter' '

: June 10, 1S20 I er ie<;*'anco, 'and] ail! ibf if.e\i.-jlie! train cf form.NKVT ges, costs, fines or the like n'" their \Vehavepromisedthem! nil i uf cot s prnation now arose ; the captain, :.

IjrOiGY. CVJR! tl.nt lepjvtanc"i involr! will I! follow its a- FE.> IO\.-The ei!ht1; annual session Plainly! then, all persons, male or femnle, aid on oir put, ii') iiuleuiiiitv for their los-it'sno thinking she wot.Id not get :1\\11, had landed I. I

*,jrs!R!. E&ITORI: The Southern Conrcn dtjit on. it is n-1 t (for m!' to av.. I do not he. will 1 b- };e.d in Toronto, Canada West, on the white' or black wih: or w'/hout their consent, "gti.iriis' for their luture security." U'e all her lijga"J.'* tt; Greenock and there was' ,; '

tion a Jj wined Wednesday l tst: You 1\1 il.te to sjv that :Jit will not produce concord, third Tuesday in June. are liable lo be ho'Jen as blci\CS Vermont, have compelled: the slaveholder formally tj no hope ol getting it. Further vti.tion was :

ih proceedings of that body b":fore itiisTL lime. allcvialo dl content, ple\ cut heart hut uingj Whole number; members of tho Order in if wi bin I Mity-one and eighteen years of bind; himself to implead! his runaway slave put an end to by the return of the tug cury"t

Convention was compos-d of above one perhaps resistance. ti! Unifet! Slates and} British I'rovincea is age( respectively; : : ; il xvitii their con-ent, with who has rebelled again! his authority and deed ing th* oil, with all!! Miss I Brown's luggiga ,:

hundred j'mIi'rc. or! ibis number some ol The universal opinion) is that i it: i i. faUe.Mr. .- about 3L1JUtJ, I oil any limitation at a!!, and miy be sold at his power, and this, too, in the courts of on board. Certain friends at Greenock had 1tiKii l

the finest iulellecU in the S wthein country' i> Ct..}. says: its operation is IIn6 I thing, and __ __ _.n __ any age is slaves "for debts, damages, cost, his own State, in Ih,' hearing and in the presence seen her luggage at the q'-inr. and forwarded ,
10 t bp.found. It wjuld Ie JlhcuJ to collie' aHe he will not have it otherwise. His reciui'Jng.Sergeant The Mexican Laws. fines and ;th-i like !!' Yes, with this organic cf his own acknowledged: sl.L v's. So it with the tug. Thus were all further impediments : '

n :nber from dIp:!alts represented, olropn t tells lis man that its operation i i. From the late speech of Mr. Soule, of Lon sanction and auihorizvion of white slavery, r.fVeirnont miyepeak the Nurthern Representatives.Let happily. got over." i',

of tn' rc inC', ucc ().' weig'-t! .up in the precisely the reveise., The till: is made not isiana:; we take the following rein irks in allusion peonage prf'n."J as the very frontpi !*. us now turn and inquire what will be --- -- U

public! mind. lo .,JjUt" but to furnish to pobtici: ns Ian lo the aigumcnts of tho-o who advocate) .*ce (,f her Constitution! Mie deliberately announces t'le r-spouse ofih Southern Representatives From the .''afiona! Prtaclitr. ".

The Contention o'ercul', i il a few days! gual; to be expounded! to suit opposite \ii-\v.! with such pe( i severance t the i inviol.ible S sanctity: in her L"gi htnre, and proclaims in III the first place, they will say, we have ohlaintd For What is Your Life ?" ... '

t\tr' pr jwd'co! that had been (rtafe.d I i in!, 'IVn. and luierests. The liii,!uijre has a Noithernan Mexican laws, while! they exhibit no very the Senate chamber of the U m.ion, (hat Mouth* a con.-truction in the report of the com. This life, in its' history and results, i is a fearful .

ijesset 10 its aisemlilage! at)1 iu c ncluM"ws I a Southern f..C: !. It invohes impo'tme.deception lender rt'ganllor the Constitution of their own ern slavery is a crime initlee. (mark you in the rejmrt, not in the reality : jet' how prone are we all to spend

,-r receiviulvilli, entire unanimity (by the -a: lie to one portion of 1 the co'intry cou'itiy.' ) bill.) that the Texas annexation resolutions! il as il it were a dream of the night Probationary :

.J jir:e dtll'] ; t'itia fiom Tentttei. or the other. The politicians! have played Sir:if the Mexira-i laws continue! in force, The Compronise Bill-Northern Gain and mean what they :tHUI as this is no act of life i is given ao a menu lo an endan .

\ }Jis conduct was: marked by deliberation, this Lind of name long oiiJUgh. We want I there arc other consequences equally' i important Loss. legislation grants nothing, but i i" the mem expression end (ho, of infinite moment lo us all ; and i''

: coolness, courage. There was not nn unkind work manfully done. and far ni'-rc obnoxious: to be realized.Those Mr. Colcock, a member of Congress from of I the opinion of the ro'spectalit.coum- yet mo.Nt men live this lile avva) as if (here (

t personal I reflection mdt during the whole RspectfiiHy.1'rmn laws nece.svttily: t tn>Ameiicari cit i. j South Carolina, t.'uw sets forth the Northern mittee, it U without authority and without were nothing) more desirable than it, and nothing \ .

ittings. There wag a dignity, d.rl.rlll. andcourtcy -- ----- --- .. .- Zeus as foreigners. While they are in force, value. It 'binds no one, anJ a different construction to follow it. Halillllall..ing f especially in '
mar i nested from ont period, of 'ii& "il. the Sentinel. I gain and loss in the Compromise Bill before I hereafter be .
lime this' is
an ,\.hnet ican could ml be an alcade {Irma! miy at any given gospel-world, invested with amazing interest .
tins to the other.: The Inaians. j: is'iate: or have a li i ihit too ; be an ollicer the Senate : I and from I the increasing hostility lo our institutions and responsibility, jet how many steep '. :

The common apprehension} was that ex.cilenient The Jacksonville Hepublicansays: that GPo). I in the militia, or hold or exercise any office | Having thus slated briefly the views and we may entertain a well-grounded ex- or trifle it way aj it i it were a stupid orfidla ".

cxtiavagance and ,'id"IICl'fould Twiji s, when) passing through tint place, a or franchise whatever. lie iniht be compelled i purposes of our adversaries, let me refer lo pccliou that the present construction: will soon scene. .'

niaik the coaduci of the CotH'cutien. This few days: since, on his route: Washington. lo give evidence agaiiiil 1 himself in our own. We deny that slavery is an evil or be repudiated.' How few upon whom now rests the fearful '

J apprehension was instantly dispelled. stated that before he left Tampa he had succeeded criminal examination or be disallowed! a trial a curse, and we appeal to the condition, of our In the second place, it has been concededto responsibilities of life, and who are hasteningto

, The Convention as if by intuition, peiceivj: in bending oil twenty-live more Indian by jury, even in a capital easel I In religious | country to prove our assertion. From whom us that, as there is no occasion," in re- meet its eternal i-vje, in heat en or hell, .

' cd tbat for the present there could be tio discussion warriors : and the Republican! learns fiom1 I matters, too, Americans migrating there would j must the curse proceed ? M'ist it not come spect to the territories of Utah and New .Vexico have dll'J pondered those suggestive words- I,

of the iciiK'dies needful, in case Con. other sources that many of these Indians wert'accompant.d find themselves scaicely less aggrieved under from God alone 1 and yet I ail l what portion for lh passage of the Wilmot Proviso '. n ?'(z' it your life ." or are walking wisely
should carry fuither into effect the reco- ; their families. This ofcourse be i territorial shall. be established! ) and in the r: ht
giess by those laws. Protestants could not permit- of the habitable globe holds a mote interest.ing governments peacefully Ii; which"thevshed
rnendations of the \'Jlliti'Jli..t' N lefer- is the same paity of\\hich we bad intelligence led to erect Protestant churches or to attend I II' : relation the ret of the world than the for thc m. and their legislatures shall be inhibited on the question: of duty! aol destiny Few ,.

ence %ii. therefoie, made to the subject' except some time ago, by the New Orleans papers.We Protestant worship, nor when dead be allowed I slave: holding States[ of this Confederacy ? Is I from parsing any: law respecting African we lear, take a sober, rational, prajer-

to deflate that it should not be discussed. : think there were only nine warriors in..I' the riles of Christian sepulture Upon the I i not one of the most powerful nations in the slavery." This constitutes! the great ful view of this present life-in its brevity.Tin

The question then aros"rl&at should the I the lot first sent ofl*-so that thirty-four! is the numerous Catholic religious festivals, feast 1 world actually dt'pt'n'l.tIIt on us, awl would concession to the So.ith. This i is the settlement the uncertainty of its continuance: it,

Southern Convention declare to its con&litu-! sum total emigrant warriors since the existence dnys, PrtJlestwlg.oulJ be required; close not the failure of a single! crop of our great of the great question of I he constitutional true and [proper end-in ;its relations and duties \ .

enls? ? There[ was no serious difficulty as to :, of the present l'i' i hostilities. On the their stores and shops, and to desist from all staple bring incalculable suffering and distress : power of Congress to exelu-le slaveholders ohligaiion and responsibilities; il,

this. No proportion i is> more firmly routed I 1st t September last, ( en. Twigg? estimated the business, &c. I If the great object of I the Free if not revolution in it. train ? Can an1'0.. front the common territory of the United cllnnf'clinllih! death judgment and re.. .

in the public mind of the South, thin: this dai.Ivsepiratimi I whole number! of warriors on the IVnitiMila, Soilers be, as they s-omotirnes say, to gratify: I pie live more independently of others than we i Slates. This i is the acknowledgement of our I 'tribu'ion: in th* certain and eternal fruits and I 'f

in Congress of Ma very (fiom every at 3tH() ). Co.t'rnurIo eley, upon: information: our Mexictn: 1 fellow citizens by securing them can; ? Can it be then that God has cursed a : equality, the security of our property, the recognition results f.fit in the future.', Ktght views on \ths\ ; ; .

other tegjlation as to properly, is of itself: a ; Ii 1)111 a h reliablesource.'* pronounced: the minilnr i in th'ir i just lights and piivileges! they nriy !I people and a land like this Never never I''I of our right;!. ;afffctin' ; and momentous subject-a subject :
lisii\aty! ] !w the Constitution. The clause in : 150 and UOfl of all !pexcs : will Such. I will oilll'p.'se.1 1'. Chairman wont: in which has "
) in ISIS, ages : rest assured that these fellow citizens consider And whilst we do not claim t to be the o'jcms! every man v> great an interest I"
this bill before Congress, "lliJit nn laws extidi I II an 1 conditions.: I llu\\cvcr I the ice is broken, either far less in'erferred: with by the ini of hi peculiar favor vet we feel that we have i: b" the answer which may: l fairly> b** ITi iven, I bv. at stake[ -would. more po'.vrrfuJ'y affec*. the

<-| ;.: or permitting slavery" drill be pissed and \\'' may: reasonably suppose that every I i I tro'Juction ;.un ng them of African slaves: I Itnn''I, abundant' cause for gratitude to 1 Him 1 for as i the Representatives of the North a'-d of the: heart and influence the hif.Is '.

i is of ihiclf a1 iUiUt.1'0! give: Cnn;H'".R additional emigration is an inducement!, to 1 I") the cumhg thither of [Free S.ii. Pn>te tant: ; much' prospeiiiy and happiness as any other ;. South to their Cfil't jinents. And now, let nJl'I. Mis life *' a vapor vvh.ih: appeaielh for a

the power to me each discriminating Jan. (more, and weakens the ties \\hirh bind the aId if the Federal Constitution: is t.I) be regarded people.: ask, what! does the South gain by this little; tim' and then vunUhelh away*-:a sha.

piug How comes: it thai the large! pecuniary remnant to Florida. These} are remarkabhstrong i : as I the charter and m"as ire of out A:ain : We contend' that this Government I. rni!e ? What i is the present sub cnmpro.\\ dow flitting o'er the plain"*-'' us a dream

interest in the country should be sep-i: I and strongly expressed by Ioweg-! i inan I tights, there i is quite! as much authority: for excluding wa [founded; by slaveholders! ; t that slavery 1 1I !i cession! marie to her, in exchange for the present ; v. h"u one awaketli ?" Then 1mcall we 1

ruled from! rvrry other pecuniary inTerest ?- interview with Capt. Ca ry, as reported l lithe v : from the ceded Teiriiories! as Free wa; recognized, extended :and !irtrt mitetd by I sub-stanthl I concession nrtilc bit, hr lo I theNoith i reckon on its continuance as we ,1.,1? How

1 trust that fcome l perwm may compel; } a vote It-publican.! It i is not 'tL'cJ when this SoilerK, with their Protestanti-m! as Snuthorn- I our ( omit it'ut!i.ri-t thit t w,' have; j improved:i and i.; 1 What; i'l I in')' be paiduned the homely waste! oil trifle its preci.u- moments' each of 1.

*,;if,n an amendment ;placing the puwer )1) I iheTerritorial illtl'rvilOuc.curn ,I, except that it was not ers vviih slaves, (hat is to say, no authority: atall. elevated the condition;, of our slivc and their .! phrasf, has the South received in hand ?'' which! may be lh<* last and one of which nOt\ ?
:: Legislature over all property; uponthetnefooting '* before the csni- I What has she to show her Elin eth's hiri ,
very recent, and took place !. cnrincipalion I become I as acquisitions under Queen !ioui could buy ? How
ug a phsi"al, social I
viz : lint they .lrall pa s no g-atinn: abovo stated :- Bill, sir, those who maintain that the Mexican -I and political impossibility intend !. II t compromise: 1 d-jfr-r to an uncertain future the paramount ,

law upon he uhl'e'Ct! ] of admitting or exclulingjsropetty "The chief met Captain Cas"md ii: n laws prohibiting African slavery!: still ohtain h i hold t them in servitud", and leave I the future to That which M conceded! to the North is claims of God anti the salvation of the' soul ? .

of any description. lengthened interview, inf brined} Capinin: C. in these Territoiies, will have to enc.oun- t !bo controlled by that Power who, we believe pcrfurmcd ; the little I that is conceded to the Counting un Inns \3r* of pleasure here, 1-.'
TLe Couv: MJtion having this firm and de. with hi and fjund Sotr-h is Her rights left Though q'lite uatunuafced for the world 10 ." '
that he had talked ? people, ;i ter another startling:: consequence: and nrM governs the world in wisdom( and injustice.' promisifl only. are ccme :
liberate' <'oi vic 0i*, voted with I perf* :'t una- them} unwilling! to go to the new country. Het I rid themselves of it as besl they may: ; and that Such is our relative position ; and we are ill doubt! Mexican laws are said by high authority Is the salvation of the soul from oiii and its

1itDi': a dedar.iti.m!
equal*, in the Tt rritories. Con;rens cannot continue) to do so, iftuifli>turbpd' by the Ilil.1tfi I can slavery I there, tolerate Mexicans'avcn I of the question, whether sluveholding! non.olaveholding Wilmot! Provi;'>. Justice would require a fair Is this the n."in end we are lo live for ? To. J'.
impair that condition ib the fundamenial idea I Th. homas of their chil,Ihood. i and nl division of all territory' if I this; l sublime all > ,
'pile faces. : ; and] Io'lllie I Fiee Stile" will hatu ; States can live together in contiguity eq our we single >et purpose are thingi :
in the reasonings l <;f Souihein men onihis: sub. of their fathers all knew I cannot consent to I'njit together.! Cut' ,Ue T Are all and
the grave* they or make ,ih ir choice between black slavery and under tile same Government. Whilst no ; to yield eatlhly questions
. jxt. The powers of L( jj5hlalii! n given dmj.r loved in the world were here and here I they white slavery: The'ictirns Mexican ileol.. a minority may safely: trust those interests I j expelled[ fro-n: California by positive! law, we.ue I interest to be viewed and acted upon only as I II

. ;: !*s di not extend to the ascertainment of desired to remain. That he would pledge' : aje are the slave o' debt ; and the dominion which are common \t"t all to the protection! : of n .t I permitted to go inl. U'ah' or New Mexico ; I they jtou'J t ie.ited! to salvation: ? Is the pres.nt .

: property. eiiher in the Stales or Tenitoiit-fe. him-elf and hi* people to observe inviolateany o' the master is quite as absolute, and the prospect a majority, how, I ask! can they trust them to without having: our rights disputed and .md! la b? .rvrcoTie, and IlC'aen sought

Tln se jt.iwers are reserved to ttie' States.When peare which might be made: by which be I of the peons quite as dreary and chanp. I the protection of a sectional I institution: which our property exposed. I in preference''f? Is self) to I he, crucified, anJ

we descend from tbU high ground, might be. allowed to remain ; or abidil., less, as those of the Africans in any of the that majority, according to their own declarations When we jm.k around us, and bel-ol I the Christ ejal'ed ? Js this body ct sin and death
we abandon the: ground on this high rtlu1d ihe Union was erected He slated that he loved Mexico contribution' southern and (rained fur immortal ? Is the
done by his people. I Have honorable Senators contemplated all and divine, to overthrow and destroy ? by an equal! glory pre
and' if maintained: : there ((,'zld be .no peace : that war was a calamity, always to 'b" Ilhe ri'Vuiting; : consequences which! lliw t tioin Mr.' Chan man, a very sensible writer hs: blood and ;,uihern treasure, and ask ourselves senttqtake is! impression, chara r.Jirecliu\ .
change for itn ,'iolal inl1. The Convention avoided if } and that he and his I : what: of it is the stares not from the bit fio'n 'the future
i possible) r''ojI1e the duclrinc that the Mexican laws prohibit rennrked, thut the single principle: "into portion' ours answer us pis': -not
ileiited the notion that 1 : I this pound need nut! would be the last to provoke war any more.But 11g African slaveiy; are in force in these Territories I which aM the conceivable causes of 'human! in the face-HO an acre. And this i is the from man around u-l! U this life, one intimate

be insisted on. This was meie toleration. ifit was forced upon; him by the pale fa. ; ? If they. be, by the very same irnjilicaliun ; I contention resolve themselves is, that of intercourse compromise which i.to terminate: ,the war against and responsible ielaiioiis-imposed by life's
; In *}''aUing of this! they ppok* ()fit as an ac. ccs," his young men were able: and willing to so are the Uws regulating Mexican: I icilhou! ..cympalhand! what (hen shall slaveiy, :and all agitation, and bring repose gieat Author, binding us [to his law his

: qaiescence-as a thing nut desired, nor to be fight ; and that death was: not worse ill the peotnge ; and huiiorable! S>;nators must at I j \s C expect when audacious strength is in-icle: to this dijtrat-tfd i : country. gixspel, providence, his creatuits in all world, .

,i I COttghi.In h.nJ:. of his childhood: and Ui" how, : of his you'll : once see it m'gh: I b ; possible, as it would certiinly immediately! contiguous to haughty imbecility For one, 1 repudiate and reject \ii.Yt'ak I and to our fellow-men ii: particular, and obligating .

: every point of view in which Oiey can be than it would be in the far far country," I : be lawful, that while an African would I I .'" Are we not, sir, adding another illustuition already I ft1that! we should! )become weaker. I us to seek the glory of the one and tIe ,
I considej: iljese compromise, atljustmen's, where they would all soon die. lie .tated be instantly einincipated there If thf Constitution cannot: project III, l1e) compromise happiness of the other ? Then how can wa
going) ,
i upon to the farce of this melancholy truth ? I
and whatever else the meanness, cowar ice \ remfarther South I If it be lint the world is live for finite selfish ? How
lhtt if he true
: was required to and could not br reduced to American can. : f or ew ? forget
slavery, an
Having: thus briefly alluded to our d:Her- ,
\n-i imbeciliiy: : of pnliiici-ins substitute (,rri1t ;I'M i'loriJa, he would }have no objection ; but I citizen might, through want and mis. dices, and to the obstacles which lie in the ill arm-" against t us, (then now i is the lime, above ,I I (>od. our Maker, Preserver, Redeemer, Judge,
ought to be firmly and manfully con. if I the pale ices" wished to send Lint and I fottune become the of vile: all others, when we should be firm, united a single I nioriient How ueglecl! lo cure for '
peon so a thing asa I waui thrir let
: adj'istnvMil: me now inquire
demned.Ve his people out of the co'inlry by force, t they Mexican !. The .! I! eo" _. !I and rf'slIln'd.11 people ever had a higher I i liy souls and bixiies i-l'lhosr- whom he t his: t -
highest; *
lepero success.
what i is the 'compiomi.l' which; isoereUo{} f 4"I '
\ vio'ate the 1 command] in linrr
Ijiphesl tn |
:
fist also than have. I know niade! brethren Oh!
mus.1 find them. Ho Mated] that the therefore that ditty 'lo perform we I our are we acting eachJ.iyeaeh t.rr
"of lies nnd these our oppnnnnts' cm promise j jihem heal: oar; dissensions establish: } our rights, acknowledge 1
a refuge coinprrnises"tttRi .,
; faces" could but evil if: adversaries calculated division itmonvrn-utider! the of :
'
pale gain nothing our our
and -eves| in: this mrrnoraMo struggle I i is, t lo our eqiuhty, all.1! give permanent upon ; pressure
'adjustments" are purely pdpablythe fchould end their led brethien | I but deceived. An inexorable: Jaw these immense relations made
they away by shield} the African f i race from an enslavement! and to the I In I they are responsible
(fr"'rin; ofJ Jytnj:. viz : a want o1 a Ulan \ force, for their Prophet had told them an evil arid doom Ii which npit place repose country. everj binds! ns 'together! and however we may differ 1 throughout t tlif-ir! almost 1 infinite circuit for the
confidence in ti.c t',ree and of truth a urn they er car noi : com;>ro'nie which I ii\ rntertd, into! good! faiili.; I .
power would take of the I' for I time ; of.mnillor I and (future of each oflife
spirit possession country a strive i In bhied their own. Whilefl a fin questions/ importance.' I present coa q.jciice act
and Il well (becomes diP adroit and call mutual! : and substantial! concessions must' ulwa !
rijihl. "non as they should! leave: it, which would de. I I receive accession, Irom I w; ni'M 'be hiiited on the ultimate! : question! of ? Then how carefully, how Lenevp'eutly! ,
dexterous ih slavery can no except bi made, and bear some fair ptoportion
iuliijjuer to glorify ? term I I s I
i conprt
troy every *' pale face. that trespassed upon descent, they iu..i Ut the existence and the I If-j'rrverrairti. We never will consent how wisely does it become us to live, as the
! mi"l'. 1 greaiij: 'jucicr him wlio will stand upon to each other. Let us apply this plain and '
their hunting l'fJund:. of code of laws which that this Government shall destroy our property centre of such a sphere of moral and account.
a
vutliout fehiinking upon ibe t loundal ions (If I ascendency foreign I just role to the compromise now under con.
andegrade! from Comewhat | able [ and the of such untold influences S
us our equality. being, source
fn h and inexhaustible bouicesof'
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light set up in the constitution.Tt.c I Pi\cii T.OIS-:1.: nfir plan/ for IIpir presents > sideration. To illiterate my views, and ,
Convciitiun adopted, then a cnnrpro.rnife groirth.-We are illfmnptl. > the llepiiblic, supply) in our own race, and in ikes poverty I j economise the few hiVutliehitShich; are left me, m I y, we mu>t resist this pretension, !
MJ !
I whatever form it If are i Is life but the prelude to dt'Rlh-Ibe seed
ba: "is. but expressed no delight: in tim that Mrii.I J. L Allen of Albeit county, i in the II and want a lawful III'I nS and justification far I will state them in this ftrm : Suppose the nny assume. you !
resolved make this of time of in the
enslaving free bom while to a question' subjugation i inmllrtditleruitJ: : embryo-
t-diemp. It was done as an extiemc cones : tate, while experimenting' roe.cu'ting.has men compromise adopted, and we return to our respective '
upon
': will not[ hesitate' which !I foreshadowed ? Then what fol-!
lIiol" and put Jotlli not UK a choice, but as a : discovered a nt'aui should it prove successful I I I had ooli'pl1; | !d!, until very recently, that in constituents, and are a>ked, what has or separation we judgment-day
t choose and! if our Union must be dissolved J 11) lo crowd death' out of the mind What
I all the civilized! State: of the world where thevere ; .
measure to be acquieiced i in. generally, a fltrst t valua'ile: : '. plan fir been received and what has been conceded :
I not( us must rest the responsi madness to have: no regard to our "Utter end !" ,
under uponiui; upon
people living cltll"tituliu'lal charters
There arc eerlain 1 iacU wl.ich you may pn1- "rowin" peach trees from (be, limbs. I I by) it1 The Representatives from the Northruy .
i siLl} gather (rum the ;pioceedinpi to which 1 1ivuh The method used by this lady is substantiallyasfol II I which I they had themselves made, not a answer thus : 1 irst.[ We have gained bility.APVKNTUKKS. _ __ I I I I"h: 1 infittKution to sow broadcast the seed

I 10 diuw your particular attention. I I 1 w ; A r-nchi ii <''pe ol I, into which' parallel was to be Ion-id loth.u system of servitude California. That: vast crnpiir, with ail!! its : OK A YOUM: LADY of every error and vice, and evil habit and

1. The report (,f the Committee r.fThir. the lower ends of the limbs of the length of six for lIIisfi.rtlJUcIidl! peonage presents.I : riches and iis power, has been adJed to our flUNG TO flMiuRATi TO A.MKRicv.E'trna'\i.1. leave them 'to grow and come to maturity' !-

teen bad not a 'friend in the Convention.There : .- I.) ten illl'heJare placed, and! i the t trench is I was mi >tak"n: sir. A parallel-more thana portion of ihe CouulntJera'I'he South, has I teresting! story is told by the (Glasgow Saturday What monstrous of God's impiety and wickedness and without tQli'c : ,
who desired that parallel: -has existed for the past half century been forever excluded from that domain, and regardless authority,
were some no then filled with pulverized charcoal and dirt. Po-t:, of the adventures of a young lailj.Mi."s .
!
bar h words should be said out, (I hough h they This should be done in October, when I the and uniepcaled and unmodified, exists in no slaveholder shall! ever dwell hereafter on Mary Brown, daughter of a gentleman any reference to the daj of reckoning hn-1 of
doom. If iile has such immediate relations
xvcrc willing to all its attacked full force now, in one of the most enlightened the shores of the Pacific. Although! we failed: I ,
tee principles ) leaves have fallen from the trees. By the ensuing I I lately l dead, and from whom her brother, who death and
but the measure had not a friend. All who spring roots will have been formed anItbe liberty-loving communities in all christen i i i..n' a former occasion to ob'ain( the aid of the had been disinherited, and turned cab driver, to ,judgment, eternity then surely,

expressed) toleration of it, tolerated it only asa limbs may be transplanted in the orch- dom. I mark the interest and curiosity w lieu : legislative department: of the (Government to was in the habit} of extorting money: I these their most tremendous forward realities should! fling :

basis of a settlement.i. aid. this statement awakens ; and I think I can; apply the \' humiot proviso to California, let Having friends in America, she determined warning light upon our pathway. '*!f

.!. Tbcte were some who did not wish to This, xve think is a new and valuable method 'read upon the Senators' lips the question :- now by the aid of the citcutirc department I to emigrate, and took her passage in the deaih-scene We should live as if we were acting our own_ .

fee it attacked directly, but they were a mere for growing peach trees, requiring less time : In what: corner of Europe does such a community ,I we have triumphed on this question, and, the City of Glasgow, steamer, which left on should ,live which in if reality the we are Jolmig.Ve ,.
of
lland ul. The great body of the Convention and trouble than any other plan. We trust ( abide ?" Ah, not in Europe, sir ; not I,i pov'iso stands vindicated II lid maintained. California TuescHy. Her brother, disappointed and vexed as flaming eye our
divine Jnd '
turned) full
xi as invincibly, opposed to measures which involved that Bomu" of.our horticultual friends will expeiiment on the other side of the Atlantic, but on this ; then, is nllIS ; the contract has been at her intended departure, firmed a schemeto all e were now upon us, .. it t

a total destruction of Ihe rights of upon it and report to us the result. not in the I'ritish or IIU;>unr> American possession -. executed, the deed has been signed, scaled detain h-r. A trumpery claim was reared I scanning should! !live as our if lh thoughts' thunders arid} of actions.eternal retribution We -

firoperly, in .!a\'es. They regarded that ur. ) but our own ; not in t lie Southern and delivered. up! antI a mcditafionc fuga warrant applied (Ifir.
render had but one paiallel in our history and From the Sm till(. section of I the Union, hut in t the Northern ; not Secondly : Texas, vast illimitable Texas 1 He sneaked on board the vessel and \ were already rolling over our heads.

DETBOIT has an ominous connexion with national Division. in a slave State, but in a free State ; and il ," has been dismembered Not only the caused his sister to be apprehended. Violence Ah we arc all answering, as last as time -

both. The following are the officers elected for fuilher indicia are needed mark the local. iispu'ed territory, hut a I age portion of that was resorted to, an.l she was dragged will I let 'is?", the We great question-'* What i. ,, ,

3. A third fact which mui!t have been apparent the present year : iiy, let me say at once that I have reference which isun.lispucd, is 'lo he annexed to New- on .uoru and refusing to listen to her friends'! your tonirobemn life! are working nut the rno
I men each for himself and
: to all, wall |I1ic absence of every paiti- ..TonsW.. OLIVER,of New-York, M. W. P. lo a community, which, (prizing its consistencyas Mexico, and must inevitably become free soil. I proposals for letting her off; she was carried shall | and ; soon
we see known the result and be
can feeling; There were friends of every ISAAC Lirrov: of Tennwhce, M. W. A. I above all worth,) after casting its electoralvote This, to us, is a siguil triumph, and whatever I before. SherifF Bell: The Sheriff after hearing :
candidate before the country for the }),cllidcu.lid F. A. l'n:KARHT, of p'lIt1.yh'Allia W. Scribe. in l favor of a Southern slaveholder! for the pecuniary compenstlion has been paid for it the case, detected the trick and dismissed constrained to abide by it. Wo are writing
J. H. VooD of Ponnpylraiiia down moral hisrorv, characters
W. T. our ; in endur.
office. high office of President of tho United States, is but dust in the balance. Texas claims to She left the sheriff's office and! :
.. I the case.
M.i )
!1tiv. A. I* STONE of aoliuwUs, M. W. Chaplain.S. in as 1t.'fIiIJ-linc after )line after
There were supporters Cass and support I... STILLER,of New-Uruns wick, M. \V. "Clnducl.or,1 l'asIcd resolutions at (he. first session of its' extend her boundary to -ID"3 north latitude.Ve .- met her friends; she was now freed from her ; chapter !
the
rrs of Taylor ; there were warm friends of JAMES: II. E. XI88. of North Carolina, M. \ S. State Legislature thereafter, denouncing slavery : \ have reduced her to a line running from lormenters. A new dilemma now aroe. chapter ; soon fjqale will come-the work : ,

Clay aJ[ Buchanan ; and there were men The division took some important and some I as a crime, and, not content with this, cans :UU, (obliquely,) down to 32J Thus a se. The ship had sailed! -Miss Brown's passaga will hereafter.be done-and we shall meet its testiiu '; .:

who did hot care for any of them, and viewed more unwarrantable and improper action. ed this foul and heinous charge and deliberate cond time have we crossed the Missouri compromise was paid, and all her luggage on hoard. To I ony "1
There is like '
death-bed
Ihem as standing on grounds! equally excep. We notice the following : insult to be officially promulgated by her Senators line and driven back the South far: I overtake the \'f'3 i-l seemed hopeless, but still no place a to an.
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tionable. These men united without diflkulJ .* FUNUBAL CERF. OSy.-A very impres.sive in the South's presence, through her below that point. This, too, "is a fact accomplished I she resolved to make the attempt. Hiring a r swer fur 113 the inquiry, What is your life 7"Then .
[ if not I before vvjjl the wisdom !
folly or
and appropriate funeral ceremony was Senators upon this floor. I need say no more ," placed l beyond the reach of: cab, she drove to the Greenock Railway sta. of life's choice-life's moral
4. It became apparent in the latter portion submitted by Rev. A. S. Stone and aJopted. to point uneningly my reference lo the slave- future contin ;ncie" In the third place, we tion, and finding a train on the point of starting pursuit-life's t '
character in reference to God and sin salva
f>f the biuiI1;* of the Convention that practir- I Niw IhTlIAL.-A proposition for a new detesting and liberty and Union-Ioiing State have abolished the slave trade in the District was speedily conveyed to Greenock.. : t
I tior, heaven and. hell-be clearly manifest., ,
r$ from \Vufehinr1f ti had been resorted to to litual for subordinate Dh'iMons is to be sub- of Vermont of Columbia. That properly in which the Fresh mil /'tunes seemed to arise-the 'City |
affrct the action of the body. The efiurt was milted to the several (!rand Divisions for an I I read from the organic law, and the first wealth of the whole South consists, shall never of Glasgow' steamer had passed Greenock The disclosures of that t hou.r !-what remorse f.
and fear and have: they caused to !. 11
nugatory and the result produced contempt. expression of opinions. The matter will be article in the first chapter of her State Constitution again be sold within the limits of a territory nearly half an hour before the arrival of the titud.es whose aony lives were passed, in mu anJ \ .

It appeared to every one I hat Senator in definitely acted upon next session. : which belongs to all in cuiirnon. For this train, and was seen slowly steaming past sin To have then a good and folly p
Congress fails in his in ceitificates SES"IOOF ART. 1. All born free and have been struggling for Gourock.A hope, to feel 'f
duty seeking GRAND DI\'HON.-Thp. ruleon men are equally measure wo many that life is but the dawn qf h the I. '
for his measure a, a charlatan does for this subject was to altered as to give Grand ind-pendent, and have certain natural inhe- years, and although our demands have now Gourock steamer was leaving: the quay : holiness aven- infant ,:
s ale perfect in the
hi. quack medicines. A stronger argument Divisions power at each annual session, to lent and unalienablu rights : among which risen much higher, and require that slavery and Miss Ilrcwn went on b: art! of it. The glory- stepping 3 .
stone, through to .
imposture can hardly be adduced than the determine where the next quarterly and the arc the enjoying and defending of life and lib. itself l should be abolished within the limits of Gourock was rapidly overhauling the huge above grace will, th.e heights of the rl' )
deeded be !
indeed. Lei
production of his certificates. annual session shall be }held. erty. acquiring' possessing and defending prop the District, still we must not underrate the 'City of Glasgow,' when all on a sudden the t the founddtion ioyfu. t
Judge Shaikcy declared to the Convention OiitiGATiox.-The obligation vas so alterrd jerty, and pursuing and obtaining happinens value of this concession. It is a step forward. latter was seen to 'bout ship' and stearrj toward us piety lay and holine of( such a hope in,', a life. ". \

tnfct he had no pride consistency. and condemned as lo remore all doubt about( the total alslinrncc and safely. Therefore, no male person born We have brought the Government into alii- } Greenock. '1 he cause of this sudden ; 6- j "

the scheme which he had, in some pledge being jterpetual. This teat de in this country, or brought from over sea, oughtto ance with us ; the outer' works being carried change arose from an accident which happened We That know he whose that wlmll'lt life i is but die ; oh, then, how stra1'lg@ t,
a day.
passing
measure approved, under a consideration: of I cltred ever la have bncti the spirit of the I be holden by law lo serve any person as a away, we nay soon hope to carry the citadel to the oil cistern on board. A steam tug Should live regardless ot his last great change I U.

the state of the public mind at the South., : pledge, and it is nox made dearly tlic Idler I servant, slave: or apprentice, alter he arrives itself. was despatching Greenock for a fresh supply .'' All earthly brightness soon must fade away J, I / ,4
I trust what: 1 write to you will be read at : also. at the age of Iwenty.ontt years, nor female in In the foirth place, we have imposed new of oil, and hence the delay which proved All earthly thing are hasting to decay ; .
Congress., I testify most like afier she arrives the fortunate for the persecuted orphan. Taking And man possessed of an immortal tout, .
deliberately that the AMKNDMEXTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. manner at ngu ol and restrictive terms on the slaveholders in sq Live '
exatt his
Adjutment, such is now the fashionable} few unimportant amendments were made to eighteen years, unless they are bound by their relation lo the recapture ofih.ir fugitive slave a small boat, Miss Brown was rowed tq. Nor luteni? to to the nerer-c perishing asing moial toll.( clay, .J-

"ord\\ propobed 1J.v ILti Convnittee will not be the Constitution, which will be immediately jwij, (concm) ; after they arrive at such age, 01 .Ve have given thn) MO law to prtccnt the I wiftfld ths vessel, and received on board amid Of hours he may regret, svhjle ceaseless! lies rop'; l'

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)'or the ii'iulian' & Journal. JTloriijiau The Missouri Line. war with Great Bt t.\i:1. and the sajf officers The Whig Party and tha Comproaise.We atFect T1 5. It hears with as :nur a- : ;,
up j
GC\TLtUX notice in the Sentinel of i1)C l &JOUrl\11 The important and auspicious move made who served in Mexico. It does! nol .'mf.ra..C'' publish the following article, not b(. upon Virginia and South Carolina: ai j4tt 1 j

,Ihe 25lh inst., an editorial notice of< the proce.edings in the Senate by )Ir. Soule, referred to in the ''he firM officer* who served in Mexicoor cause its statements t an new to our reauVrx. upon her. It contribute! 1I, ""colllb"m"."V::.

; of the Democratic State Convention; R. B. HILTON &C. E. DYKE ftllowing letter of the the there are nine of them in C'jngrest, nnd iivvojdd IPr alone because of their force ; but mninly! ty fI fth"I Free States in Congress, and '.VI.11
lately held at the Mineral Springs' in which FDTor.; AND PKOPKIKTORS. correspondent of look as if they were taking care of them lIcce" do.! ? the I entire" policy Of
._ -- .- ---- Clrarleston! Courier, should be seconded } on account of the source, from whence they t tbe
- by into Northern
complaint is Inl\dco\t the silence of the Contcntion -- -- -- ---- srlvo The plan enllctce'the three, six and country bands. So far .from

on the California Qi: vioii and the Saturday, July G, 1850. every friend of I the :OUI h. There rt can be no twelve months men of the war of IS 12. The corn" Efforts have been made to commit settling coutr.'Versies.ve can sees In this i *

Clay Compromise. -- ----- ----- ----------- ---. doubt that if the South places herself upon) Iji.l will call for an appropriation o: about two Whig to Messrs. Cay! an'l 1 Foote's scheme, dltiou lo the strength of the North, tU i>| .
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It is unfortunate for u.,1 I fear that nn member DEMOCRATIC rOUIX.\; : TIOS. the Missouri Line "as an rxtieme conces.sicn millions of acres of public land not on the ground thai its previsions are just t of interminable! strife. t
of that Contention bad taken the I There ii is wilh u* arlILernd
necessary {
: '' question will be settled. That we or that it is any thing short of a ruinous concession eq-alr IItro rt*
the '
The Disunion Raw Head and
precaution to consult the Sentinel editor Humbug objection to this clause. Ii grin s into
upon the subject, ef a Platform{ :" and), in FOR CONGRESS : have, the power now to compel; 1.fair and i Bloody Bones: to frighten the South into ; on the part r>f the South, but from the mewed activity t that I enginebieh 5"ftl"'ad r"*

Ibe absence, therefore, of all knowledge on 31 fAJ. JOHNrtfSeveral honorable compromise is certain ; and that Submission. powerful! (alledjjed) consideration that the proved powerful enough to disturb; the seiff 1]

their part lIS to what kind of a Platform' would 13EAT.D. the Missouri Line is infinitely be preferredas The Sentinel welcomes as quite a gnd end Whig p'irly ;.f in farw oj it. Thus the decrce. policy of Ibis ;"vf'rmopnt-whifh a.iird no I

have suited him, it w-sis perhaps prudent to HI,. hand a ha.is of settlement, no one can a notice from some nameless, } scribler of what of party are to fix the standard:! of right largely to annex T.>xa., and may therefore l
Maui from constructing for I apprehend { communications are on dl'n.- claim so great a share: in all! the I
any ; is represented a" a Disunion speech of R. B. and and consrq'reace, j
But lo sa that we cannot that! wrong, men, under no circumstances,
that if they bad defined positions; those positiotiK but arc unavoidably del"yed.We } get lnt. li' that have flowed from thru c H.nfroui: measure
would ha'e been even less acceptable to cause the North being in a majority will not twit, lately mnde in Charleston. Upon ibis are lo be allured to think for themselves.Is We allu-t, of course, to Trias scrip which i is

him than the ominous' .silence complained of.!; oJ' regret that we are mnble,! to pubs. give it to ns, anal:! we should therefore take irresponsible communication, which according! there in ibis State one Whig in ten, who now raising its bead', in the hope of a btvti.

I have: no idea that a Convention composed lisp thisMei-kth proceeding Z! of the public the Committee' adjustment, bad as it i*, because to a note of Mr. Itbclt i is so erroneous by the can conscientiously I say thai be believes Ural ful shower from Ihc public! Treasury.'l I

of so much sterling worth asd lii, ,b toned meeting held in Quincy, in iefeier.cc to the il is the best' the North will let us have, admission. of its auiliorasto, make: ihe Tittempito the l Bill now before the Senate is worthy the can conceive of no mf>m fiuitfii! source of corruption .

fjouthern feeling, could have laid a foundation II 1.. Convention Address and Rfsolu.t'ums. is in offreemen. f correct It manifestly!I. superfluous," the t Southern men 1 Will then than ibis !bribery of Trias is Heir: r)
: ,0iP i yielding our rights a rUICI: unworthy support Whigs ifs influejice
rn which the iid editor would hate. redid (prove. Already is sensibly frt!
rasily ; for candor cnmpes! me to sat, tint I Ieee They shall appear In our next. What dees the Committee's Bill charge of disunion, i i.< again brought ngain: t suffer themselves to be driven to 'Il 'ain; ii, In- in the progress of this question.

nothing in the whole: coarse of the Seutinel ;- Nashville Resolutions. I give the South 1 I takes tie vhde of California line Nashville Convention, and an attempt being fold! that they thin promote the interestsof For these and! other rra
but a Inickling submission to ihi insolent! theNulttille with nine hundred miles; of coast, and territury made to implicate! ils members' and supportersin I their party Wo cannot believe it. Bur have hinted: at more than once, we C'Jf1Ct'VI1;
terms of the Free Soiler A Convention flfl S.r1 errors being overlooked in the crime of treason. The. drift of the I that it i is the duty of all Southern: men, aides,
equal to nine; of the original thirteen I I should l such be their disposition; wo will ask
ff consultation C.m\'ele..J Resolutions! a* publishd all oihern
the
the South for purpose : pecuilly of Whigs, to sitfacc.t tAri
Sentinel manife! To ; (force the ,
is to
; give .
will them anotber li"1.re certain that
States \\hiie- the Line divide It' they
the mode! and of themin jli.&our j asainilAt
agreement upon measure re- : in our last paper, we will rc.pu1JllI Cmnprom'sc adju.tmentor
dress, in an event which is a* certain lo occur our next, in a corrected form. this vast country and secure to the South her language attributed lo dl lr. Ilbetl-to make it the popular voice of the South will sustain the ;j surrender, or whatever else it irnv be called!

as any thing future, has been as steadily opposed -- -- ---_ .- just share in tine territory acquired in a common (be foundation for a charge of disunion against party: that sustains the Compromise ? Or, in The cnly reason now, why. if commands: the

by him as it has: been In the whole school Another Wet Nurse. stru'le.; Who can hesitate lo choose others, he is extolled: ) ns a man of most potent other words, do they promote the :interests of yore of a corpora{ IV guard, ;is, that the country
of Free Soilers, North and West and though i e. desires to sec thi. question seltled: and i is
; intliienceas"a favorite of Sinn ii Caruli.'lia. .
In the n'cky I'nion of the 29th ultimo between these propositions? If there were son their party t by placing upon it the responsibility; I veer
deliberations been under the
their : characterized by erroneously impression that i it! canl4
dignity, decorum ability and almost entire appears the following extract of a '!letter fro.n i:( no other features in the Committee's Bill, rendeling ': ." South Carolina must Iru'y be blessed! of the passage of this Bill ? Our own deliberate I settled in no other way. In this there are I\\/

unanimity: and i it has: gone f.ir towards dissipating ; "a firm and intelligent: demociat" fiom this it still more objectionable} : this one with favorite sons ; far since this death: ..if'lr. opinion is, that opposition to the Bill i is mistakes! if all we learn is true. la the tint t

the fears of the anJ the of ) Calhoun, the office Senator has been I place it cannot and will nof.be settled
pntiiot hope Itt: I in reference to California: is sufficient to cal not only right, but that it will be popular ; and in this

the Free Soiler thnt} we were hopelessly divi- About one ml in fifty in Florida is opposed for stern and unyielding resistance. I But the offered by the Governor of the State to four popular for no ohcr: reason than that it is way, for the hi!"!*, whatever may I b<' its fate if\

dcd at 1.0nlC, } ct we t find this same Sentinel tithe Compromise. The Floridian and I; abnoxious. I of her citizens and! Mr. II. is not one cflh'm.1, right. "'c know not what amendments the the Senate, will certainly! fail in the IIouv, ,
depricating its action, and seeking lo lessen ils the democratic ) remaining provisions are equally Iu the second pac! it i-i'possible to o'rIL'
Journal misrepresents '
totally
have been
And how remarkable must ibis
influence with the people. Sirs, it i is time to and it the I The dismemberment of Texas-ihe abolition I Bill may receive, but we think that we venture settlement much better adapted to the \ ilflei
party Itrl. strange as may appear, j
ncak out on this subject ; and if there I be in. f'dilnrflftllc Sentinel (a whig paper) gives I of the slave! trade in the District of Columbiaand I speech made in Charleston, ol which the Editors I little in saying that any candidate fur office "ftbe So-lib.

flucnces il idtollJ l at wor. in our midst toemasculatg our views correctly on this subject. The Flo. j j jlidian ( the offensive clause in the Bill for the I i of neither of the two Charleston! paper, | in this State who supports it as it came -- --
t 11' of t hC't no. direction of' and Courier,) have taken! the slightest of Highly Important from Texas-The Ex-
and Journal is under the of fugitive slaves-these combined (Mercury) from the hands: the committee, thereby,
recapture
I ecutive Proviso in New
ble nnd concentric siois of Southern Mexigo.
expe! a gentleman who is entirely under the notice. Yet it is to serve as a basis for his death
will
signs political lcarrant.fr it
.Bill of
and for Jount mike it emphatically a Abomination The Texas
sentiment, to prepr'a fiee people ris.1 C.ii. Whitner and three inure South \ )ntefigeucefrom announces the
honor let be exposed and :let ( ." substitution! ; of the Missouri Line the charge of treason to the Union, against be Democrats: alone who will carry the sen- fact
the'r ; SllJl S. Carolina nullifiers; and this I is the !; ? Tie t j tharlaj.. Neighbors, the commissioner,
monists bend n fine the scowl of fearful bla!t.j full strength in this coun'y. I Lelere., cOlcr ed ; will I leave Texas as she isDivide Utah and I those who advocate the extension o 'the Missouri I fence of condemnation t into execution ; the t j jj i i appointed by that Slate to extend her iuridi"!

of a public sentiment nurtured in the school of j' of the democratic I Compromise in preference 10 Ch's bill I honest masses of Southern! men will do if independent !'
with almost every prominent man New Mexico, the latter already in process of j i lion over Santa Fe, by organizing that;

impulsive patriotism nod and sacred guided) line and of directed\.I bv,which that t j I ; party in the county.and we are all u- J organization as a free Slate by Executiveinterference of adjustment 1 And it is wilh stories I.ke this i' of,, or even in opposition to, the leaders I II i| has been frustrated by I the; United States countv au.,
liberty in the the Compromise. I of disunion; tbat Southern
till warms and animates the Southern heart. nih'c suppoitol nndeistood hnpes to I and) settle forever these sectional i charges : men of both parties. Politicians may attempt j thorities ; and that in accordance irith imtruc.
The Democratic) still wedded,! j il perfectly hertl of the 1 are to be fiigbtened, into silence-wbipl into I to stifle it, but in an like this. the \
Plt\ ate to to float in on a full tide, and is lashing the political : disputes. The abolition slave trade in emergency lions from Washington, the people of Jieui
those endearing principles upon which they waters to raise a storm. Both parties' the District .i ii is a usurpation no S'uther man j II submission' -when the North presses her \i\popnlar nice Will mule itself heard. The j ji 'I i Mexico lucre been incited lofolloie tine example

have PO successfully administered the Jo\'r.1 are decided against him. II should, sanction, and to advocate tineC'nnrnmittee's schemes of aggression. Massachusetts could i i occasion will furnish! !leaders suited to ore cri- '
ever yet
I I of California in th*formation of a Slat {
ment for fifty and by the or.
years j "The democratic convention will meet at threaten disunion in case i.f the purchase of I sis. It.those whom ti. have been '
which we h ive attained as a people I the noblest 1 the I 17 instaw. I have j(j Bill is to submit the entire I e people accustomed i frnmctit, and in seeking admission,! into the
Springs on That aliI i 31as .tchu1
oaitb.} } need Su\\'annl of in the District of Columbia Louisiana. was light. to trust, !falter, hesitate, prove false, I
each
position on : They not, at I been elected a delegate and play attend. question slavery I: Union. Thus the Executive Proviso U to exj .
assembling; re.construct I heir platform, or I My great object' will be to probably prevent the j I i to a fanatical majoiity: in Congress, for if they setts could) pronounce the Union already di.. tl!)ey will select from their own ranks men of i j t I,i elude the South from Mexico as it hat

amend their Edith, nor ) et cover it up or veilit j adoption of lun-nnd lesolutions\ on the sla.lvery !,: can prohibit :the stave! trade, cannot they abol- solved, by virtue of I the annexation; of Texas.: i their own feelings! around whom they will from California.

f c. the unnner of soP is.They No is ardent in Of course that was iu no wise It i is in behalf! their
question. man more wrung. rally : rights.
,' I isb J is to concede this ?
tender the "l the slavery \ho wiling reply. of be( TrlJlcu'the great
of
to part) I J..ft'lcf of the South than I am ; but I con'idI i I I only when SOl !"" uvn, in defence of their 1'oliticiniis! who the organ
same great i "url. under the ll'ar of which i and other southern of his I i II I strangely err, judge | the Free Soilers, i is in an eclacy of jot.j ._.
.r that men of the Ccuii'r.WA home, property, character, honor, their all, by the who thinks that whatever .
their banner has so ofien waived in victory, I stamp! arc aiding the aboitionist! I do not I Cuor lonln present past ; ;,j I Will Southern men read the fallowing extra}
times trailed Just. in defeat. IIIMJTUX, June 25. speak of( resisting their oppressors, and not to ,
Democrats !
yet some stam nominated for, I or Whigs command their rei ;
who be from that and then tell
1"11'\ Congress; i > paper, us that they maI
On the J.tt; question, Ilt Compromise," I wi |I The credentials Mr.I of ri. C., i: t.din Contention counsel l for; the defence.rfthctnseirfs his
but' unless: h! hoes strong for; the Compromise, n..rnnII i I spcctivp parties: to support at ( time, will be !. of the .\dlnillisJr liun
f supporters present ?_
or "Adjustment..I or "Southern I Submission t !, will brat him two to one. The demo '!.: Wl'f Jt.t"rJooprelcllcr, :UIJ lc was (Ifdi.: awl families, ((fur the danger vill 'I! cheerfully: sustained. Look at the nutter now i I
(111,1
cheme," as different: tastes may' denominate; I thecompronli 'tied and took his seat. i1 Ir. Clay, ( I I|I We believe it not :
f to
ocrutg! will not vote rany man opposed come lothnrrert/firrside.i; if not nr(r/fd.) it is I under, cuuoih'ralion.'er there such r t
it. the Convention did uottt'l) at to act I before, ever 1I !, "We receiu-d late !last
liheity If such bould acci.lf wes, the night quite indisposed, wa< at | t evening the !m.
;e. a one by I :
then that the crime ol'treason i is committed
because this question, with all others connect i' be nominated, they will not go to the polls.Cubell .- 1m post. The attend nice of Senators; \:1 only appliance* brought to bear upon any party as portant intelligenceua; ( Texas) that Neighi .

cd, had tJl'Cn. by mutual: consent of pnrtie, on the slavery! question, has faithfully unusually full and the gullet: it'S were crowded, I and men subject ihcmselifs to the pains Messrs. Ritchie, Forte A: Co., have wielded i, bors has returned ti'lIrnI'W Me\ico. with a

withdrawn from be f.It of party strife, and I represented. both paities: ; and f a whiff i is to ''in consequence of the expectation that dl r. and) penalties due to the traitor by speakingof I 1 to bring Democrats: to sustain[ the Bill of ad. ;! very t fat flea i in hi* right far. bringing the u'e

placed on higher grounds,; and Delegates ap. j be CI.thJ, we prefer him to Il i man of his ; Soule would) speak ilrI I toile was liaenedto disunion :j'litinetit ? The Washington Union has tbun.t i i! ful! intelligence! thai be has been unable! tonr1 .
pointed by both parties in united council, who, I j jli'ing ) 1 deep] attention, and with i.J.'ut satit... I ii 1 I ganize the crUIIIIf. Santa Ft, by. reason (as
( lhi hat
will indeed
: : Iy. Has it come to <-( a paper, 1 dered forth! its artilcr\:! '. Certificates '
invested with full POWt'f to representthe 1:1 '! by same. He was expected lo bring t : ou'numberin he s'\ysj) urlhe iuterferenre of the L'. S. rniliI .
State either then in session i the Xow, let not the nntiq-n gentleman hating published in a Southern State! here in our those of f Sand. Brandretb Townsend ,
were or forward) some nets view:, and he did so, and I : I tar) there, and( ih.it Gotonroe.! in pursuanrrnfJ
results of whose deliberations bad not reachedthe charge of the Union be led astray by' these !j especially on" that t to Mr. Benton was very I midst; r, i is, on the strength of an unauthorized}, I and Peter, all combined, have testified to the I I'c.-hT orders fi om T i a.\/iin;:'o>i, furs irxttrd

Convention. I would! tlerefort have \tit statements t of this would-be we' nurse I unwelcome. Mr. Smile offered a substitute} report of a speech made in South: Carolina, to virtues of this Free Soil uos'rurjj. I: wr j i:\I n Cnlll" a Co.\v NTIOfh:., Ptc '''tfSnc
brcn in bad taste one parly to have acted i for that of the adjustment bill which I. .YcTfO; : ncrAT r7 \'r.Fe in May (
part inour'past
from Florida, who knows no more of public! 1 provides charge the great body of the SouLcii: prcplr swallowed ;
on this question while those holding a power I ,; for the admission of Cit:: {"':-3.!* !Ile '| oe or atrophy-certain: political :I' ) and rosrt A STATE Co.tcTirtrws-!
to act for them, .)1 another Ilu'atrf were exrcising i j senfm-'tit' here thin he does of the "young \ proposes, in suh !atCA) thai Ctlifornia. be ad. I II !I with purposes! of( disunicn ngaitul: t their positive death would! seize upon the great borly of the ::j And there: is no doubt of ih' ready obedienceof

those, functions. But the silence on the g n'Jemen"! who conduct the Floridian & I t j mined, upon the proclamation! the Pi evident i. : anti oft repeated denials. But we forbear I Democratic parly' J What bus been the re. I the New Mex: :cans to this cat!.

part of the Convention on this! subject, so piudrntly Journal. The utter falsehood of the whole l as soon n as she hal s h}' an u ordinance, : the expression of feelings so naturally: ;I t suit of these prodigious efT:>rts ? Democrats) i 1 1I !; ** This is alr, .;lhl': the( rrvl I important and

: observed, is not the only I blameablc!: extract is so palpable that it has only to be I adopt, as her Southern boundary ', the Missouri I awakened by publications like that here noticed. of Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South 1 jjrafifjin, ; new \vc b4ve receive 1 for a l
thing connected with it. Major Beard the I read be while the line of : at
to laughed ,
publication I Carolina
Democratic nominee, bas failed to respond in or lo the United States, the ole! right} to the with scarcely a dissenting: voice, a time confident!) expected j ju"l such ailrice .
suited the Sentinel' I the writpr'l name, which is in our (possession, pr'I' As to what Mr.[ Illicit: mayor may not hive have
terms exactly to ) t3sl<.- mary disposal of f the soil The refUUl condemned it. Virginia and North Caro. : ?, ''e cannot 5 yet reconcile them with Tay
lie should, have; laid himselfon : would!' but increase the ridicule his marvelous I said we care: not a straw. He has no more !
I.ertreHiin; lected by I the United Stales in California! be i i Tina through their ablest men. have pronounced !lt lor's new Special; ; Message abate quoted from

the proerus'ean" IJed.lc"d oftbe Sentinel, ren'l.tiol excite. Tie letter fiorn which restores! to her and be provides for the payment authority for speaking of the Southern Convention |! against it. I -but we are very ready to waive ibaf. If

and been it imed to suit its doubtful dimensions, I the extract was taken was written to a whigin of her Senators and Representatives elect.The .- than any other of its nearly I two bun I In asking the Whigs of Florida then lo resist the Administration ii af itst; flirty; fully, open.
then he would likely have stood I".ter with I pant: of California! south' of the line of aG') Iy cormiilfed to the independence! of New
!
And if ihe South is be
himselfa dred members.
Washington City, by ono calling I to the inlLiences from I
his Xnrtb.r brethren than he is likely to do.But i 30, be proposes to form into a territory, to be I coining Washington } Mexico 1 and r the rniinten.tnc: ** of hT territorial
bad the whole question "been open: to the democrat, but from all such good Lord i called South California, with the same provisions II IIi .I frightened into silence and submission by what !I.! or eleswhere, which would! drive them into the integrity, we are wilh it heart anJ soul.-

Convention, and the proper subject for action, deliver us and by that whig furnished to for its government as that of Utah, and j J II he may be reported hare said, the d ly when .!I i support of this. compromise-, we ask 1 t them to Much precious time has been lost r. but by

none could! doubt the character of. the sentiment the Union for publication. Hut the writer! a? with the further lf'i'i'J thai, when it font "e were freemen has passed own). It is''l j I do nothing: more than Democrats every. ;: frannes! .*. energy an.l determination all mar
that it would l have uttered. There would 'II State into the Union i I be regained. ;There; will of com t' he a next :
have said and come that has
we already as every one must 1 al\vas easy to trump up something i where throughout the South It i ii
11) are doing.
forth sentiment of ardent attachment \
!Q'P gone f as a free or slave as the people of I call on the President for information; and we
see from his statements, knows nothingwhatever been !said, or that has not been sail! in South:
the Co'is'itv'ion time lose of
lo and t to the Union to sight i in devotion to
con- I the territory may choose. This is suit t intial- part our look tin! an answer very different in tone and
'(''Jent thereon : but resistance "at all hazards of the sentiment hce.; I i is in this I ly his proposition. The general remarks with Carolina to alarm other Southern States. I country. And if the Washington politicians: : bear' from that of Monday.

and to the last extremity," to unconstu.I:: I I designing; way, however, that the mltE.ctu. whichIr.. Suln opened his speech, were In conclusion, as it is charged that the members i j and office seekers will no lonjrrr (fellowship ,: ,. When it comes, look! out for hurricane in

lional 1.c1 having f,r their ends the ruin and rers, of public opinion impose upon the Coun very eloquent and very jht. The argument, of(he Southern Convention, while chosento i us as Whigs or Democrats, provided we oj>- j Cnnf"rt.'s.S11! we hive yet hail art noihinjj: ;
ti.1HIHr; of the South: would have alike gone as far as lie proceeded was die I to them.- If what Col. Monroe l i is reported Iw
I Tom Dick: and down and yesterday consult! for the of the Unioi and the
try. Hurry fit post safety : their ruinous Bills of ,
And for one, sirs who ,sat in that Con pose adjolstmenrYl'
reeled to one object-to show that th whole have: done i avowed ami justified! by tl.e Pn-j-
vention. I would say. that sooner than submit ofTlettersto the chief wet nurse of the concern or nearly the whole public domain of IP Calif r- South! were really plotting! dluuion; we call i will welcome and hasten on the day when' ident, the divorce bPt'.veen him and ih"I last I t

to the ruin and dishonor lo wlic1 the JegM.a- I Foote, which .ire by him turned: over to nia-with gold bearing- lands of a ,'aJI/ equal I upon the delegates from Middle! Florida, under a new banner, all Southern men, with- '' remnant of (the Slavery Pr..p.janda will l Le

tion of Congress; i is now pointing ; sooner than ; the Union, and from thence they go abroad as lo the amount ofthe I I aggregate debts of every I Messrs. DuP nt and Foreman. to come forward ,lout reference to old names and old partie, !i i complete.! We awuii; with i interest, but na

of eubmit that to instrument the mutilation the: strict and fnal des'rurlion i Public Sentiment: and Slate after SI\C: is thus nation iu the word-wout! pass to Cali.'ornia' I and give an occount of: ihemselves i| may rally together iu behalf of one great, 'us', ', louder with f fear the developments of the ensuing
Cfl Irli'J: of as soon as i as Stats, by the month. The sky brightens! Rcjoic
which alone can save us from ulliiiHle: dogia.ditinn I set down as for the compromise, because Tom, passage of,the bill a.Jmited before; the Senate.I say whether indeed these imputation! are well j and noblecause.. .: fricnrU of freedom and press onward !F'

and ruin, let this Luion. the once noble Dick or Harry says he has talked with He argued that Californa had not by her founded-otherwise vindicate the body of I But we intended only writing a paragraph 1 j ----. j j

fabric of our fathers, its cherished recollections I every prominent cemo, ,lat" and finds out thai Constitution, protected the United: States in which they were members, from these libelous and have strains out almost a column. The'I j The Texas p.n1'ens are marked with imlfc-:

and sacred associations, be thicken about one man in fifty is opposed to tb the right to tic! soul and that, in a certain or. aspersions.Th ; extract below :irotn the Richmond Whig- ':i nation and l defiance It becomes a sermons
to the grounJ. Let no monument of its whether the Southern will
past dinancesent here question Slates
-
measure. This i is about the in subsequently lo the
existence remain lo pain the just way prlslu.tation then' U'hlsj lull which the great organ of the Whigs of Virginia. :
eye orfreedm'l of the Constitution mI'JU'I'lo'\ :rent was j stand
and [ sister mainI
' the printed copies by a commonwealth in the -
nor one relic be found on which the which the wet nurses have been I proceeding:, of which i. rolled thi'iiicli the country a Iet.alol since, were Till: COMPROMISE. !j
'otlr\ but < Css'utial'areJ from the original pilgrim l patriot 'cuM uf'r his oblation to the they will find that it will not do. All word, blcn altered by some l\h3"dC.U.ell-t-F.v"r Faithful. When the report of the Committee of'Thlr.teen '

memory of his their humxjugj ery will not save their bantling uuknowu hand, it was promised that after re I South Carolina-Hemp for Traitors_ .! was firs.1 presented lo the public, the join the Abolitionists, Free Soiler, sad A&.

Sirs, I have no patience with those who set from strangulation. Its death is certain, and ,serving eleven hundred thousand acres for Fur the Floridian 5. Jeural.illrssns. whole country, sick of the acitatins scenes i ministration at Washington in crashing loib

themselves down and king hosanna, hwaiina, no officious intermeddling by intelligent ; the purposes of schools, the vacant: and unoccupied EDITORS -1 I observed; in the Florida which it bad passed through seenleddisposed''j j The Washington Ranger says :
the the Union whilst the :
to Union ,
glorious lands be relinquished the United to regard it \\ith an eye of iUvoK; : Its featureswere
crumbling and fragments of the glorious democrats," too weak to know their own I to Sentinel" of the ISih ull., that the editor i I This intelligence has caused: considerable
broken Slates. There would not be. much land not scanned with that! critical nicety !
ill the of several of I excitement about Austin and the whole West.
Constitution are strewing ; themselves a. minds can 1.0 it from the grave. vacant and unoccupied, Mr. S. aid, in a conn- acknowledged receipt copies which was justly its due, from ibe fact that it I!1.
round. Give the C and the the prospectus of a newspaper to he publishedin Nearly every man is willing ti> shoulder h"
us nstltion. As to what the writer fays of the "young try where there were now twenty thousand promised to produce an eftecl which all ;
tine of called "The. South. 'I. and demand the of Texas at thecannon's
right
Union safe but Union wilh. City Washington, gun :
is ; i.f us not thi ricuturists! and a filfy thousand were desirous to witness. The in
of this ; hundred ,
gentleman" having charge and people a
out the I abhor it I do the paper ant : ern Press ; that he has been requested to publish mouth.! Gen. Taylor i is much rnis'aken -
Constitution. as gold dig i lift word exhausted
and
desired
that \valkrth in darkness. The the influences' controlling him, it is sufficientto :pr. went various arguments the same which; was held under ad\'ise.1. were they repose, ,.i it he expect Texan* r?s ibmit t to ibis inj' .
pceiilence and statements to show that at almost co!t. Calm reflection, however
Union is not so dear or so sweet as to say that it is without shadow of founda. Califoriawas ment. I have seen two numbers of the Sentinel i any I ry and insult.! "'c unrferstandlhat: Govern
peace 3 not a patty to the bill, and wculd not be I hits already detected many blots! whichwe l the
be purchased at the price of our o\'n dishonorand tion. I is totally: and maliciously false. bound bj its provisions, and I that it was neccs- since neither of which cont'linlhe pros. I humbly} think should be fatal lo its successin I Bell has made a peremptory demand on
I infer it is in that U. S. Government for be State,
not to ( of our
the dishonor of children. it pectus. appear pa. rights
our Disguise The Floridian ,\Journal is under the sole I I nary, in order lo reserve I ho rights of the the South. I
sustain the truth of per. As a subscriber and regular reader of and should this have no efF'<.I.t he will donbl-
a* we may history United States that California her And first of all it
"i should converts
of
and entire control of the Editors whose I give 75,000,000
names the Sentinel from the issuing of its first number less march with'olnntf'.r forces f and take
thin thai but alternatives
prophefcy, : arc two assent lo the conditions of her admission before I acres, out of which, according to Mr. Web.
fur the South. Jtcsisfencc now which are to be found under the editorial head. to the present time, I cannot say I was that portion of country, which,of right, belongl
she '
I
was actually made a sovereign State. ster, Slate States! should l be made, into Free
result in or a base and cowardly They alone are responsible for what surprised to learn that such a document could to
di'no1 appears : Mr. Soule will
his us.The
may resum argument to dtyand : Territory, taking thereby the weight or at < Col!
find in its columns. The word"Southern" Ion not place
Telegraph
lbmiioi; which: will, step by step make us in their columns, and no .nullifiers" or an. he will, I presume latisfy many that there a least three huge States from the South, whereit publishing
the poorest and most degraded vassals that ever hunters are some vast land the bottom of i is very obnoxious to some ml'n.1 and Monroe's proclarnatiMir: : says :
liquated old office or holders have projects at justly belongs, giving it to the Noith,
I understand this is to devote its This is but another of the stealthy and inns
energies
.d tie bidding; of an imperious matter. this paper .
scheme for California into the which is in entitled if.
hurrying !
A MKMHKR : CONVKNTIOX. any thing to do with them or their paper. to (the protection: of the South against the encroachments I noway to Nay to principled! acts of Gen. Taylor 1 to rob }ba
OFTIJI Union, as a State. Mr. Benton much (he best of recollection the North did '
annoyed
was our not
Madison, June 29. 1650. The Washington Union had better be engag.ed of the North, and that i1' is sane- Southern States of their dearest: pri..u ges..A .-
by these views, and will I re- claim this immense additionof
presume, nor even expect,
--- --- tinned in and more base of Government ivran-
in laudable than by our Delegation Congress, by open act
something more publishing ply. Dr. Gwin was and will furnish and This
of the St. Johns. present prospective population power.
Trade of Southern Senators and has perhaps never before been petpetra
a majority Representatives ny
The Republican of the tilth ultimo, the garrulous rantings of broken down materials for a reply to Mr. Soule. Mr. Soule feature of the Compromise Bill, is sufficient to
without distinction of If ted. Texas bides her tim(.
part
that from 50 to 60 ofyellow pine will, to-day, offer an in favor of dividing ) lender it in distasteful lto
las cargoes political hicks, whose imbecility at home is argument this I be send of the a very high degree,
so, me a The lic\'isa,
prospectus, Galveston
copy News in
from the St. Johns last California byline Missouri J compromise Southern It i is sufficient doing
lumber were shipped man. to justify
notorious them of all every
so a justly to d'pri'c and I will circulate it, as t far as I be able, .
year, and the number will be increased duringthe line. If Mr.I Soule's amendment* be adopted may the title which the enemies of the bill have says :
influence in the ranks where the readers of the Sentinel, that all
present year. Since last September there political they they will be assented to by California and it among be able lo judge for themselves of the bestowed upon it, namely! ,' A Surrender." WTe can only say, that u-e are glad the I Ii trnQi
have been exported 2300 bales of colon, most. are unfortunately to be found. Such men will delay her admission only three months. may of such Sec. ndly, we object decidedly to the clause i issue has been at last pr senrod to our cntzeos'!" .

J ly sea island, and valued at $150,000 J and are nevercnnslilted by their own party and it Alter the disposition of Mr. Soule's amend. propriety patronising an GADSDEN.enterprise. which gives to Texas 815,000000 for the We shall now soon know whether our
homo 1150 hogsheads of sugar, besides hide, is only when ;they thrust themselves, unasked ment another amendment will be offered for land tbu surrendered. If that land shall be are ready to meet that issue and defend their l

skins and moss, and that during the present before the public, that their political existence the purpose ofdrawing the Missouri compromise Important from Havana. decided not to belong to her, upon the settle rights at &11 hazzani! ; or whether they will

.p'a will probably be added about 2900 bar. line through Texas to the eastern limit SOUTHWEST PASS, June 23.-By the brig ment of her boundaries, ,then will she have tamely give up their right in view of ibe superior

rel turpentine. Messr Brooks & Tuppcr, is known. of Calif arnia. Adams Grey, which arrived at the Southwestpass been paid this enormous sum for property lo power against which we shall hate to

of Savannah, are building a new steamboat The discussion of the adjustment bill, in the yesterday, we have receive iho following which she never had any title. If on the con- cond, in order to maintain them.
the between RICHMOND: l FIELD.-The Enqui.rcr Senate, will still time. It will il shall be reference 1 to the
to be placed on scrni-weckly : TiE occupy ;: Irary, decided to be hers, we see The Galveston Journal, in
Jacksonville and that city, and 1 direct line of June 25th, contains a call for a meetingof pass the Senate, in case it obtain tho vote of HAVANA, June 20.-The American Consul not what justice there can be in buying it up, proclamation, says :

between Jacksonville and Charleston is agi- the Democrats of Richmond lo express their either oldie following Senators-to wit : Mr. has demand the delivery, by the Spanish au. and changing it into Free territory. Is this \' forbear comment until a further dctelopement 1 10 -

tated. Mr. S. F. Ilalliday, of Jacksonville, feelings in relation to Clay's Comprpmisc, Hunter, Mr. Morton, or Mr Berrien. ihoriiies, of the prisoners and vessels capturednear fair (10 the South 1 Is it dealing out justice of facls. It louks, though, wonderfully

and other, arc also engaged in the con>truc- about hundred Democrats: The House is still engaged upon the general the coast of Yucatan, and has met witha with an equal hand to all the members of the like a part of the ?y t tcm of tactics: t loaj
ion of steamboat: to ply on the Ocklawaha, signed by Olr op bounty land bill. A caucus was held, by flat refusal. Confederacy ? What equivalent! has any has been adopted to extort from Texas a sa ,
:
and bring down the produce of tho rich and l'osc lo.that pchemc. We expect lo hear the friends of tine measure, on 1 Saturday' night, The excitement i is very great, and the Con. portion of the South for the tremendous odds and surrender of that territory.

flourishing county of Mar ion. The population from the .noble Spartan Band of Democratsnotes and a scheme agreed upon which embraces ml is openly threatened with insult by tho : which the Committee of Thirteen propose to thc

of Jacksonville ba ;increased twenty-live pcr of most. emphatic condemnation of IbSrnalc' the officers and soldiers of the Indian wars in lower casscs. I give against her ? Texas tinny be satisfied: There have been abundant,

cent. within a ).ca. Wo rejoice to sec that "' Capitulation Bill." the \ortb.Weet and in Florida &c., the late! Matters .look warlike. -.V. O. Picayune. I but this is a question which does not alone partial, rain since our J fast.

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Ulrrcjalarities.-Aacthcr Failure.j Importruit from Kew Kericc.Inforaiatioa I Kissicsippi and Senator Foote. DIED p New Goods, ; h i.

: las bia-n icceivod trmn Now The Vicksburg Scntine, wJii-h M-em"to b On V nowlar S'ljli Jin nt Vr.rtLmd Per Llewellyn" froai NcvrTorV.BE.JT ow ,,
Saturday, just as we were fzointn nearM.tie'1n "HR SOUTHERN PflE:3S.: .:
?
j lollowinparagraph in :Mexicof i the formation, by tl'; Convctitiov n laiioJ bjtin, v.bole. Democratic press < f Floruls, D,.:t.r HEMIT GRATTA Wrar.yo'TVv' SPF.SAr 0:1: L, _' J kegs af J kegs Rifle ebers ol Coogrrs .
the N a3ocul utaiNiy-thre-
wevroic si'u of the late William Wirt, of Marjbnd.The 4 >on
r' of mongrels called lug liter by tiie proclamation h ns's the in d'eer.'e \Vt..iie > I'ovrrt-r. .tSenators dd iepreenIa't.sP. hare cor.stitute4
r ssis'iupi f.illoning language: ,
f
note with which! we had been ]fl] a Tctjin; to a Kn: Drin coiwmiv Laid ih Ki tOZ.Sup.( Su'.p.Quininr.
the
id i ot Cil. Monroe., under the auspice otlnptesenl I irliition t I to the Compromise : tin!', the sW, but PT : the Port Master at Madison : tablihm uf a 'Soothi-rn f n sta? VVa :>irctci> City,
2rea furn cave uncrflng Lrutlicat'nn to Iii., prnetco1 'ne of its Cli tK M'Munn's Klixirot !
> Opium
lieu soil itdmiimlration, of A State \\'e d-> not b-'lieve there 2.i the rrinn''tpl. ysi.baj'e (,.J.e devoted totheexp.isitutn and dffencrnl SonJh-
ton
tcrninann. Fi'r a ver rt. inerut.ng do (in S'-tllf) Sal ;DFI. Potash. of '
Kadison dissemination
Jfaili- Pck.gc.jowhcre Riibf? and InstiTuiimis-Ibf .
cursed with Constitution with aprovision prohibiting .clarc. ibility ofthe passsge oJ ihe bill. We hope infirTnityc4YTPpei1l'i him to witv1rav from sun exen- '. Olive Oil. French! & Ehc'HahMiw'ard era correct"information as fo Northern Puliet, w-J tho
else are the people the bern inembci will d-cid-'d ridtir.fluchng me le-l prar-tx-e.. in wh'h: it his Tjnncr"- rl-, AUii-!
ry f Thus is the cup for the South filled to I so'ut lake a it was L7pnos to ; Pepper, Ginger course ot Political Athir %ent rally, wifnoot tTs'* : .
want <>f FJcm' : hare rxliibitad for a few that intcllizence nndnViTl. Sweet dj Ind' ". Alum.Silttefre. .
utter stand for year
or the Mitrouri line thePac'tc.
a mlin 'ji1em' to ence to the td l l party lines i.lVhi; .init t Democrat.
,0cb the brim, The President, thrust upon her and that active bs'.nevnleno'e, for thv t-juTf'.Be of Fornituic Vr.ih: Writini I nks asu'd.braTid
t arrives which Aller the temtpntratinns! which hare Arrangements are now in progress promptly lu ensure
[ Scarcely a FtagP Pdin'FAtractor
in Florida. which, no profen'on in life aflon1n a more ampl field. Coach df> Djlley ,
through fraud, has betrayed her into, the hands tae i sue ol t such 3 paper niid r the flue ct.TIICSOUThlEflNriFSS" .
complaints offome irrepilKtitycr been mode, Footc canndt o'j tO, in ihe namr.vf Tn his practice, hen eminently wicocwfnl. anil not 3u keg No 1 & pyre Wht S.tcratu.! Borax, ., .
aces fla bring We of her enemies, nnd it now remains to be seen nil hint is rational and right. Id him resign frc* w in wvjurini:, by )hi* kindly and affectionate Lead Turkey Opium "

failure in the receipt of our ppr.. wheihe.r the will bow her neck and receive isis feat and come Jwme.'c\ Tired the. vnilcd manner, the reppcct find love of nil with whom heve too bags aborted Shot, Mare, Nut rneg. for thf conduct of which, sujtaWe Eitirors lu'e berr '

learned that the Floridian ofthe22 l, voices \ ; brought in rssoclation.: Alas tat! one tvho-e Per fame Vessel, engaged, who will ..io! TCeive the aid ol a number .
and cnrztos
)*rc just{ the finishing: stroke to her degradation by the rforts vfbilh our noin.Mi skill .often availe l to turn cubic from rtliern th" ofemineit ar.i atjecrmrihntors.
4$ not received at Madisoti C. II. \\Vthcrthe ndmit-sioti ot this pretended State. That 1 isisijipi has taken: t the front tank! in ief"iice! shaft of Dcr.lh. tmnld only obtain for himself so short At1 A) few barrels Norllum Flour," fancy brand-,** There \il. be bolt 4 tit-weekij end'wcrky! isaue' 4rc .
new a lew CromCut and !Kill Saws.
fault oflJie failureis- in ihiscity or else, of southein right and no man can truly represen a tospitc from its threatened attack superior -Ihe latter to Contain hubtanlpUjs th# sme matter

that it i not at thirtrintin the piocfcdings in New Mexico have 1ml the hei, s hod. %s not maintain I I ihe petition With a nattire manly, vet pentle enl l/md-rtrinciplen Per UW. IL Pettes" from New Orleans, a< the forrotr. and intended lo reab lh! H e p 'inU i.C f .

vlicre we know not- sanction ol the I Piesiden!, and been brought she l.as :ihHinned, manfu'ly' and to ihe last." din-iplinsvl and refined l.y careful prtrentM nnrtnrp Racon Side*, Rice. Lard the cou-itry whos- mail t4rihn/ are Jtmrte office, rc do LflO. Ry i1is diamefuJpoH'enee .-.-inteU'eonee fully dt-reloped hy eduont'nn-his Shoulder", Flour.Potk A Daily ii.- ;, ? about by his direct inierlercr.re and con.tiivance If lien. I'ooie. c m discover any c-liarnrt onv nede l th addition of the Christumtm hnes.! be deemed a not IOFS than oar fead ,rs, are I Mess the Southern States.
ol
Wf, <>e which finally erowntl it In h:> lon and Sugar. people
is a point about which ihe disclosure iti, hng-inge hk" thai, be is iuti ielh .rh will not b> edusivtly political -hot ,
EufitT. Difccontitiuanceh Gir no otb- ''psiittVi d;<'a 1'e. his: rr*;d re i<*natHtn never ON HAND, ? paper '
made *** hereafter to be made will leave tio gtouni: I Jake i.iiM to b". f.i"lc he will embrace 0:1 H.-4 l hir.'ad 'iwt! the General \rw,. of :
t'uun failure to receive the paper Carpet the day. Domestic and Foreign, bv mail anti telegraph .,
fr reason for dispute. A correspondent! of the Tribune for the? anTul change wli'fh' awaited h'm.II : L-i.ins kiris. lorcarria-ps.-c. Comm-rcial aid .
Intoliigtnce, '
became painfully frequent. We can To t'ic ntlilor cf fir t''vriJa X enhiieI: :s K-ih; will; bt1 iiicr '!v d"pl .red by an exior imcircV Ci;> uiid Call do. For sale by ; Ajriroltural
lave Criticisms Oiidnal ant
E.ouay. Literary
writes to that paper from Washington as follows of fren-ls nnl relntivcM. nnd to hi-4! afflicted Literary
by way .f aiding in amending {fin ;--In your !httt t paper you are pleased to J M. WILLIAMS. anti I'hichIantnu*; ansi, IB short, all those\ nrcie
promise \vido\v
oiiy : aid two infant children hi* lose will be irre June 20, tS.V). 25
that if our readers will help us in dis. sav.: the Nas-hville' Convention sine qua non parable. of general irterect. the collected a aggregate whiitiruiistitufo .

matters, The Tribune wondered n few clays oince every intelligent man kncws to be itnpracti. TAU.WIASSEE June 2S, 18. 0. A Cooper Wanted." ihe-rnlfrentiug and valuable New. tl'C' culpable partieF. we will expose Great c.'re s ill b<- taken :ro coifing whether lien. Taylor sanctioned the late pro cable. This, I think is strong, langirige, and Died in Qninry.on thelt t ult.! JF. 'TE MILLKT who ran make TL'RPENTIXK( BARP.KLS. ct t the I'rorree Iinotid Debafca in Both I Hou-t*

them, 'H<7 xvl' tll'T nia3'* 'i'here nrcnomc erodings in New Mexico and many Northern such a you u are haitlly! justified in using, a" infant din. hter of Dr. John S. and Mc. Loui.ie: M. ONE c nncsv(>l| recommended (for indastrv, can of Congre a- well as the ?rtnin cf tLu local Legiilatnrts :

things which! are part endurance. Presses wondered whether the news could be very. tninr. of less intelligence thiin yourself. Pond. find employment at fair w.ii.. Make application on the Southern question.

I rW. at1 sif.siigordiinry rapicities, |jr.1eslii to McNAL'GIIT ii OKMU.N1). A limited number onlv i.l Advertisements will be
ye pn The tneiuU, Mr. M. D. PAI'Y Newport, June 20), 1'ZIr. received tlie main obect furnish '
:, announce him ) being to a largo .
I can say to Thr. Tribune (and I hope if it believe it entirely practicable. Snpp.*
The foregoing }has called frith tin-! folio win"; ; n a candidate for the office of Ri' i-ter o'' Public r.uvunt 01 reacm mauct. .
is *ali ihetI ofthe fact it will al once ii nil' for. I the! South united in deinanding this settlement:! Flour. The paper will be printed on a she t e<;ual in size

note from Dr. Mash the Port MaMer at TalJnhBKsee. ever withdraw its opposition; to the administration HK the sine; qua lion, what will the North tin ? Lands. Jnlv r, l50.). A FRE.-5H supply Family FLOUT? jnsr received tf tho'.e othe other 1Vashinton papen.and the ma-

We think the Dr. allows undue ,) thai the late proceedings in New I ak you to state candidly, as an intelligent At Private Sale, X.L per Ssrk "Lle\velrn.! "' and for sate! bvMcNAUCJlT tcrul will be procured epei-i.ihiy her Ihe pmpo-ie.

of Mexico arc in entire concurrence with the views whether she will not make that settlp.nKnt it OKMOND.Newport It n ronfidently hoped that every true friend to
un well as a misapprehension mJn. LIKELY NET.RO GIRL, 20( ot ,
jpn.jjjvencs*, & year ? n June v'J the South will aid in procu-in 'JuS cr,b ;rs, arid for- '
i
\\e wrof. He hou d thank us for giv.jtig and wishcs of the head cfilzc Gorcrnmenf, and ? I n kyni if you yourself have nut held apiinstre-isand hoiHe servant, perfectly healthy, : ; sari the narn with the amtntif 'ib'">ribe f, to
that
t..at there are individuals! in Washington who and even stated as much ? And if so, why and sold for no fault. "Refrigerators and Meat Safes." some Southern Representative af Wa'Jington) forth

him an opportunity publicly exonerating have been expecting lo hoar this news for two me using iho influence of your paper to P.ERRY fc ROXVLE1?. w it h.
you
I A'i"tioneers & Comtni"-fi' Merchant T AXDIXG! (ruin Kar'!< "LlrwelIvri" an assortment Postmasters aatbcrized law to icmil subscription '
his office from the Llame which must fall months past. I do not believe any information prevent the Sou'h (from uniting in demanding July 16S'). 20( 3tNotice. l of the auove named articles, for sale bvMrXAUGIlT tree ti are 1" postare. by .

gesxvbcrf-atid tvhich! nitght fall! upt>n him will be called for by Congtess, and it is such a settlement ? If you answer this note.( ; &. ORMOXD. TEtM. : .

not( a little difilctill Jo perceive the necessity the answer in as I read Newport J-ine 20, 1S. O.
vilhout PC U (or it after the late brief L'lt most cotnprchcri' all that you put in every week. Your, k LL persons liavinz any claims or demands of rfuun.; the reces4. the price will be.
did intend insinuaiing Blacksmithing.HE'indersiziird .
insinuate {certainly nut ire and significant Message cyon the suljoct. A SEF.KHR Arrjn: Kxo'.VLCt. whatsoever nature agiiut t the estate of William per annum f> IX>

) that the Pt< c.ce lie re WH.S tobame Tribune the Wilnn.tProviso. H Urockenbroush, deceased are hereby rKjuired to r-1i re.sjiectfnlly! informs Weekly paper 2 30Th2
"The would have The florida Sentinel \Veno q'iesuion present them tn the undcisigned, ndministratrix ollii -I 'the public gent-rally that, having price.ifsntcrriptiini mint be paid invariably .'
: What necessity for it 3Vw J/fxj- buys : .; estate, within the! time prescribed liv law, or in <*iJ>ployed a supenor Horse Sliver, he is in a>lvjnre. and thecaib accompanY the name tnf.

co can If brought in as a Slatei"1 ''I'1'Piovisoorau body's devotion! to Southern rights." 1 do, dcfanlt thereof, they} will !1)" forever debarrH from now pe1drt'd| to execute ail \\<>rk in that line in a All pers'i: prornring ten names shall be entitled

MAILS-MADISON PACKAOE.-In jti tice to ordinance restricting S'ai'Tyias that is all the difference. 11011 SHOUT.J"lOIH rec'ivery. All persons indebted to tlip estate, arc superior nunner, and on usual term- to receive a co .y gratis for one year.A. .
juirpd to mali to the iiiul *,isiznpil. F. PAYNE. .
pivment P. I5UTLF.K.
would inform the
and derks I public
rnvs lf all know, is dead so fur this .
as Congress ELLEN A. r.R.lCKEM'.ROUG'F, June 2'', 'i'2 ; tf JACKSON MORTON.R. .
jh'atthe fault of the failure in the receipt of is concerned. It wds murdered by < ?en. t'lf .:(nhiI1d. July n. lt>.V). 20( -If Admini'lratrk.Revvard. TOO.MB*.

Flnridiau i Journal at .Mudisnn C. II. isnot Cass in the Michigan Legislature in .Jltn. last. Ancricaa and Eajlisli Steaners. Groceries.TUST J. THOMPSON.

the Wh) nut then at owe take the next best thing. There appears to !ht a great deal ot intere. $40 rcTeirc 5 per schooner Pctti4 from New Or- S3: CJitoro. and paj>ers friendly to the eRterprire. lH

at the Post office" in this city, ns the Kditors and heal all the wounds and over all the i felt in the siiccc.-s of CulIitK & Co.'s line _. 1 AX.UVAY from the !'i1criber.! on thp *l lean*, Lint Oil. (pure.) will plesie po!>lih thi-* Pro ptus, which \\ilt entitle r

have insinuated in their JaM mmjijT of get Steamers jut liogitiuit to piy nI April, t<:tJ .my ni'zroman RrtJBTN.Larflht F.xtraJsuumil? liann, them to an exchange with the newipapor. All 3,
Ai.ran ,
nf ;
difficulties by the very simple process (f admitting .1') years old. 3 IV'ef, '< or '.' inch! )hujh, l'hn I Hun. who cim'Iy with this request will send a copy of ,
the 29ih Jone.Jfllje Yf ic Mexico as as a Mate ?" between NT"-V Y''k ai11'' LiviTpn-t! The rather a b td look aid lishtlv rnr>- Rectified Wl.iikry.ANoin the piper itainin2 H t lv the Cumrnrtte.

Ciitors had condescended to inquire I1. S. Had not Mr. Clay helter amend his pirit of na'ionrul ptiJe :infl rivalry ha l'oenavaketie.l. tnri-d, supposed to be some where in Leon County. Store Clear- Sides tVasivisru.! : May V, I 1O.D .
,Sf-pnld.-rs.
Jct hive I.eenitntdf F'loridi. I will the abo\e reward !
atJ 7cry largo ; : pay o any onethat
cflh? Poe, they niigla; l adjustment Hill RO as to include N.'w Mico ? Con.jrative speed ol'tlio i m.w I will deliver I Ihe-aid boy herr, or thirty iii( ry Cordial
the
upon ; d.tlee.VJSjcks Silt, &c &r :iuul s'i giif ;rr,
Ltre, lx'en saved the trouble of drajrsin uihe \\'hile he is throttling the South, he had JIKwrlJ Atn 'tican an-! the linpiSh Ciimnl line. Only il l .'gc-d in any site jail. ISHAM 1:. 110UT.LL.Cnvivrriville. For ale cheap by A. K ILic. Mr thpr' KriftiJ and! Liqil C4,hartic,

This I candidly think 1l1ya1inud Vteo'uer luis June -!t'>. I""!). 25 Dr. Gr'ii9'q .%rr.RituU.O1711k.;
Iie1iri puMic. choke her down at onct. | nuc 0. 2-' -It <

i have d< ne.Tb | rn.vl r.n f ntlictrip..-The Auntie has gone It,. htjiini's C.r.pinndrup Of Napfh.Ur. .
In .
In Attachment. Chancery. Lulled TH-MC liiiters, Ionic 1MI and. Vtrnai.s.i'i
lJiiar* will please give the P. M. a Sectional Parties, &c. i iI | arid returned. The Pacific i-ai 'ted Liverpo..! John P. Duval, ConmUinai.r, .*", Lticina- Cnjilj.il.

M. I The StMitinel says-" Our old political op- '!, itKt hff.ire the cle;>artnic of tbs C.i'ihria, hut Albert !Hestwick, 1's. > Bill cf Injnactien. Kinzvruim and re'rr Oinfraent, French ifivlurr,

) rtaring in their paper m-xl Sainrday.-1. \v'. have; at pr "5 i M'riliug. no ac 'otrii ol f her r,. Iht 7. John Fontane, Defendant. ) Dr. Soerc -r'* Vet; -tul>l.* PilUav j pouents. not in the slightest dree impugn John Ui! f. ) Dr. .hf roared AniFe Pills.
"iid.T dii- apvaiim[ .tjtiifactnnty to the Con t that John Mnrj i Sugar ef .
t The trial l ilrn far las n'en TT
O.ir last week's reference to tlite matter ing tb opinions of :Mr.i Cabel! upon the only mi. hound "PHE d l-fenJant aid; all other persons ivittri'-ed! Fonf.ine, the IVfcndtint, dfips not reside in this Dr. Ler>>* Vea tablc rni'eriaI Pills,
I tii: to hint Atlantic. OntwarJ 1 will take notice t the irMitutioi of the a'mve
; it1taZes o State, but in the Stat of Georzta : II is Ordered, Pr. Refers' Wsrpfnble FtU.M !! .
i drv.-o firtb 1 In the { tnwinj! ; note frcm issues which could property arise bctwi-en |i -In dani: 2ed one of her wheels anrl i>roke !i 'iil in JefTfr-ioi Cirrnit Court, by attaclitm-n, ansi Tint the :,td Join Foritane, d3p;>.ar and answer .ffhell'-i Kvt> atvp. anrt Thnmr'on';reWatcr,

tlf M 4i sv P. M. which we take the libejtyv. sectional parties have recently nominated a ,! her engine. Homeward! tl-e weather WU'' i I tppetr; a'tfl Is'd to thn! d-'v luxation, filed in said case, the said Bill '.{ Injoiction, in this e'r' filetl. within MnfTtirt I'h.enix Differs and Life P111!.*
on or before then-xt Fall Term of aiil Court. thrrnonths from date hereof. Jndit further Dr. R >= r's 'uiI4hi Sjrnp.Genuine .
candidate Hgainst him. This is a great ID'S-' Murray, with head wind all the way except CARAWAY SMITH.Attoiney Ordered, That a copy of this Ord r be puIistued, Stosizhfoif Bt'tpr The above wtltkno'.yn

June 2S 1S.10. eight hour--.-The X. Y. I Herald, think however tot Plai-itirT. week, fit the ot two months and popular r. ineflie 'or SiTe! by
: (!_ lake on their pait, if eclional> patties are already once a space jn 3 'menewspaiter
fir tt odice 1ibe 2ud. int.. that under all! the rirrtim tances J-'ne has July C, 1-50. 2*. 2mBrought ; pii'ited in the tof Tallahaisje, t.ie SHIELDS' & GOLDVIRE

Qr paper that the f.iult formed. achieved} a I triumph. The axvrnjr time ol aforesai.l. June t 1.. li">a. 2J tlJan Q'.nnry.Ha.
ILJ to fck d. I-VttrM!
; nit .cnise to Jail
With all cine deference to the ingenuity of t'icCuuifd line to Liverpool in I 1341), as THOMAS BALTZELL, Jutle.
tuffct: ii r the that his conclusion shown l, the Company's was 1-
.SVttiMtwe must j registry
p ualiita i'tots titt- LIt knowin say y L tnlpruWtstoit, and yellow All A. Clerk. .
? IPEK j-etsru ; ,L a npirro woman MYERS -'lv I F.V. INfiRAM rcJURIN. M. .\. Thiberin.
: *. Jt'tf ia & KadixfH Package pone i* a non fiquifur to his premises. It mat_, be.I hour* I 11 I niutCs. That of the Atlantic vitli :%if eon>plected. nam'-d SALLY and sns l be beJf'inz9 June2:>, ls5i 25 2tn .1) titul FAMILY! niBLU will be pnbU-ifd ire

through, it would lave cnnr.e Lack. The.MVstern thai "ectional forined"and iii entire loss cf l\v> day< repairing enghie, :\ to Willi.trn: R.ir* "I G.i'Ndrn CViuiy. twenty.five Xi"sterJ? ro..ts each, nisd will stbe a
r t fcac ak I parties ate already j and delay hy damaged wheel was \ -\ hours I 8 The owner i U request pJ to mmplv with the taw. and in Cnancery.John put ii.> in Mt.tuh?? paris at 5*>ctnSs.Tne .
mail ijy V sJn"fUjr" corx.0ind 1 that Mr. Cabell and ihe democratic condidate miir.ite Avenge fime. of Cunard Steamers: take her aa-ay JOHN H. RHODIJailer.. P. Dav.%l. Comp-ainan, l di ttn ai3hniE features or" tLh Citle are
no 1'loridian.! ) sub&cribers we snxtrnu I, July' r.. i<;:Vi. i<\ tf Vs 'Cill for In junction.T. I. Seven hundred VVw d EDgrarins .
ts' on the only issues ; and }el iheiere to New York, IS 19. iO: houis I 10 minutes.i R Howard, Pefpndjnt. \
1ot4 it. as it had lie jwuccedhig* 2. M.iny ih-ftisand 3Iar2r.al References.
uwtjtpCa:3T4tiltn and Major Rezid'eLer ma.). tin mislalc on the part of the old po'lilical i Ili mr pa *age of the Atiawic! with advcrr List of Letters IT apnearirip to the ttitartioi of the Court tHat 3. Three finely e.xenr d SreI Mars.

$ 4ert i Is il not natural and wiirJs and storm* I 11 h. 4 m. I 15 1 s. pTIMATNlWmIt t: Po>t OHkt- Tallahassee on T. H. Ilowrd the Defe"djil: docs not reside in 4. Numerous! improved Radinra.
dacc'pianec. pr'&e ) i iea-
oppi..tents. the l=,t JulAr \, 1ZiU : this Statebut intheStaleof; G>ors:! .: I: u Ordered 5. A Corrected Chrnnnl.isi-.il: Ordtr.
1roi1lae itttfi1t' ((2z4 1 cimible that llit; democratic party, admitting: it From the Sentinel. er, Mr- Fira Lin2uton, lane P That the iJid T. f5. I hloard: do appear and ansvrer 6 The Poetical B.'ccs! in Metriol! fnrm.

As'miore'! L II L< Jaris the slid Bill of Injunction, ii this care filfd. within 7. An FNposriion c each Ct-'vi'tey, -H'.ainJnthe"
'io also should A fa:3 with Pcrtua1.A tn >ton,
J. TO'W'NSESD, P. M.A l be now a sccliaiil p.V'y IPre.I Amhora, Mrs Alice Lenear Ansrti.t'is H \three inoTitln from dute; hereof. .Jnrf if i. Ordered, essence nl the be.t t rornntentateiH: wiJk tiUkh, original
fer as their representniYe( H man who had] no rupture with I'orti: ;5i is ?airl! to lx very HeJtner. James CHvttier 2 Lane, Rev Thomas That a copy ol (thi' order be published,onre a week, matter b the edit' )7.

lener fran Madiooa C. II.ocu. of thin.sthat probable. It vihl! be recollected that (lie President MrHurra LP TG(; for tbv s.iare of two months, ia newspaper punted S. Kftler ti"n" draw n from the objert of the Chap

frirate agency in blinking abnut A sftC in hi< atinual messago, spoke in strong ", Dr John L Lynn, John M in the citv. uf TullahaN-ee. State alore
fntnce vvilb the fuUawin* peutetic'Muli: | b :Ji parties deplore ? ft u li'e that Mr. terms of the obstinate ne2lct< of Portugal to IJriner, Henry I.oot.M THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. a ,
A t true -Af'es', 9 Dates iffixcJ lo the for each mornin
copy Chapters
t #rrn July 1st. IS.'jQ.) Y nir little n<*a cf thel'2nd. l Cibell bus in Koine measure atoueo for iou flIer i do justice to certain American claimants, a* Brown Hame,. D Frank\VBtuthloot LOMMrs Lee, Ano M A 0>('AR \. MVEI CI.ik. and evt-ninj's reading, comprising the whole K&lrtr

ut.! came to hand by the List Jlesltrnnad. derelietions, but befiire the old polilc''I( ]>Jir- | of"a rha racier so grave and serious; that I Ij J A 2 Mai: Mr Charity June 2l IS50. 5 "m f-oe year.

." The note here refered to was i ivbosc he can Notice.TT'OUR
ly, principles KO Song opposed, I inesage to Congress." Sitici? then, this neg- Ri'yJcn, John M ri3n. Howard alvyaytn e>plain lheit t itui'.trating! ; phice manners .4

date as ihe niisMiijr papers mentioned place entire confidence in his conversion, il'2 j lert has b"rn persisted in unuer such circumvtanr Tla'ker, M L MilU, Miss L FM.ihbtifn weeks aftt-r date! I shall ar>py! lo the 11cr- audrustii of theancieRtf.
Madi.on. S rn'icb I Rranch.N N Wm J_ orsSle Jn'le ot" Prub.ite in and (for the County olMadiin A serir.enuuuhe! ;, with rcc >:rKiPinfatinr>.j fpntoci
bove the P. >J.
by at
for the failui ofour package of June tlnd.Ry is a plant of slow growth." And be.fulep \ .\.crican Charge to Portugal.: (Hon. .1. I fl.) Mrs M A A
) the following note i it will! lw wen that Cla "-) has demtndwl his It.s.prts and is on JI'vlVn MS-'P, Atitb<>iiy "2 rea-i-nl : said e tate Ivini and hiincinllie County of Nuinber! 'ii iil! oe puShHed on the rit arid fif1eeustt
certain that if >
uare by no means noivgubtr ot each uthfiil the hook is ccrnpltr..
Ijcnie. A IiemhryTtin H t Mr c, A A M.idisonAll! per-ous: interested will please take
the Vlwridiaa (If Inrt Saturday (June 20ih) ; opposition' was made lo him by i the Itis'rPt'i"1 rne-sag-i to Congress r.rry, lr M A Ma-on, J due not ice I tbeieof. Avcti? are wanted f"> i>rr cnic snSsrriher'* for this

Chared the am fate ac the preceding tbv.-e. I reeomrr.t. tiding reprisal-i j.; 'horty! expectedfrom Culuian, K; i DCrfir.n. : iMilh-r.! Cb.s ELIAS LASTIXGER, Adin'r. work, and the opportunity: i is a most fjvorablec.Tie
*
Democracy, be would be permitted to walkover l-'rcsidrut.. The letter writers siy: Dr J R Malive, J J Jnne2->. 1SV>. 21 -4r tot (hem N> du wett.

In {Kiblitliiti"; it w ? lender our thanks lo the' iLe course unattended, err by hit ort that Mr. Clay arc the loquacious Portugnesemitiister : Cain, Mis Mirik..ITM It ill he one nr th roost beautiful, romr>reri >ni-

1'. M. a.1 Maditonforhb ompineMin ji'.inju -d 1.5m tin Crtii & 1)alin iIr1.av. .1 (' Notice. ive P.ibIe4 cv r frnblr&Ii, and 90 chfnp ps ; ,
p It i is no secret to the. .Sentinel thai! who stojj;> Iii stnt the
jxiriy. Cooper, Philip ili'tvy: !' .'ah months aft T dOe. we shall apply In tl.e it within the reach rf all. Apply. p.'ct paiit. n,
the inl nnatifln. We vvUl; to b* adrifeedfcverv other day, and c< ?d of the admint..:ration SSX S. 1lt'FrON.
.f there are many ia his own rank the eq-ials at vmpa Oam, Mi S C Nikr.! S I) Judz<* "I ProSjfe in and l-.r iVnton
I in this connection! ll.c cut direct..-telling I tS:* NISIJU stieet, Ne-.T Y nt.
t. l4vJ C from
> failure of tbe kind wherever it may least of )lr. C. in and !trae,3 C : Po'inly.f tr a dusch4r.e inV further administratittj -
sagacity political him to exp ct a borrJ a.rdnJr'it Lisbon. We 1)4wkins. VfinDsniell Mruiru. 1) on the fstate ot Clnrle-, Laiii*;, deceased, late of June t 13, ISO:). 23

occur : standing, totally dissatisfied with his course, shall see what we shall behold. Fs.tit l Maon.V.'P.Nevvrnan. I 2 flcntuui County, South Flo'ida. -

M\i>if v, J"y! 2, 15oO. and who, if lha DurnanRDu Goc W C. T. JENKINS, ) ALT Notice to Turpentine Makers,
opportunity
were ) Is.
TLe mail rnme. again lutf .' unJny night, presented r=- : rdt-n. Henry Nunn, Eli -. J. B. ALLEN, Ot to ;,ny prr-soii yIo Liay wi i'.h ti mid into the' '
awl Journal for this office by no opposition hunt the old political rp.ponenlf ral4Ice, June 2'Jti! 1&50. Davi llrs! M K Neelv K I> 2 JunD.2. !*"?>. 21$ Cm bi.ine. A yoini rnin, with a tamily. suor
your was again JcIf'o T.nnrt No 1. Ou'tin.J L O.tuni, Mr< M A has hitil; \ r ,' yeirs experience in ri.ingTiiipei.-
mi">sinj ; thi imkes two works in stIeeeini i would rjiake i their i dissatisfaction In 'OUP.1uJ'flCC of tfcr! i!rai.* of Win II. lrikon'iro Perk, K KOinfoiirih. OTonnell. Win Agency of tir., i, the vn Mitiw i.f Wilmington. N C.. a.d tvlnHndi *

that f iliire* of the same kind liavroccurml."our known nd felt. Only a day or two mice, ,i"i K.q "lin rfep-werf thU lil' on Friday J H P.irker. ..InmePerkin DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED KEDICINES.p'JLMQNAUY -,. la'nlIhc: f process I thnr.>!iglilj>'. vishp to take *

vjbvrri1 ers h 'ie are in firms ajjaiuM the whigs of Efcambia, and if we are not J morning, June 23, A L M50. it'' the' :55th; year of IITCV, J *. Devotion) BALSAM Pectmal Expectorant. rhjrce nt t'a bu'iws*, the en-iamc Fall. vyJiefea 'ni-
and j hi* S'jf .luckson IJ; e COneneiV! r'qtJestat tip! nilii'tt, Mrs Loiia T'arkp, James J. Pulmonar* [.ini r.ent: ,_ Pure and Medicinal Cod lirifitt ntiTnr-er cf hamU! r? employed laafPiid tim
you or tte Fes! GIfcee liepaitmeni, .evera| mistaken those alto of S.inta Rosa, met and Mas.iiiic Hall in il.ibcity. viltcrr a 'rocrfcHiun watfonneJ Pain, %Vl D I'gtttr400. AIe'ian.kr Liver Oil, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixtur?, Nervine, Teruiifu A liberal! ; starv.! i>r an tnipre:!} in the lju1sine'4) j F Tr'iirihr

ftave eprt'9vd a dof ire to t-iop your japer on committee which proceeJed to tie ru sidi'. ce of tl.c d- f'i-hcr. George I'oweH.MH" Jn'ia <;e, Ucpur.iti'.e .Mrup. Heart Corrector. Humor pnrtk'.sri. addu4 s U" H. H.. iladison C.
Account outs irregular aiiival. appointed a ofcorresponde net',corn. rcdse.l, and taking chargp! of the l oJy, nveycJ it Fail. Win r.i-tRn& DVRoarh.SJW Corrector, C: j.h and Cathartic: Pills, Female Pill. H Mid-lie- Florida.

} ttn utterly unable to account (far the f ilere. posed of Midi men as the Jinn. It. I 1). Wiight, to its l lsF rating t-lare. arid coniniiurt' Jf '" the Fitu.HFourhan I Female S eciO: tc., tc., usrd by him constantly June |11. l l'ii.< 23 SnNotice.

Tlie tnail on Sunday nichl had only Hon. F. E.: IelaR, and others who tomb with the usual Masonic ceremonies. The pro- Jmes 2 Hnn'ome, Mi"- Amanda and with unprecedented! success in t the t frfn'ment <><
were
rpusir.n having returned to the t.otgs., ]1', ( M. Fortune. J IIGrnbcr R.it>i>rN(>n, DrV F Colic, Co-lib. Consnmp: ..'i, Asthma, Heart Dica -.- .
one FJoridiun pnckn:; that I could discover instructed by resolution lo confer with other Thomas IJr'ivio presented the following, rosoli. 'iorir J A flU4e11, .Irci.e 'fs, Uxripepfia, Serotula, Skin Ii-.ejsi s, Kheuma- LL crs'.lttirr. lesatees, arid rnlitlrd ti
and that was for Xeivnansville. 1 wish yo i which t adopted, and ordered lie *.d ( jhnnV M r.we, II U 2I'd tim, Fuaule ComplaintPilen, &.c., &,c. 4: perof.n
Counties in the State, for the of were to pul>!is,. < : 4. \ distribution\ the -s3te! ii Louisa B. Xewton,
lo take *ome notice of these irregularities,. purpose se. Ktao'rrd. That we deeply ta'nentthe death of."'if Gramblin A f ins, S.i rail) A Dr. Filch's uue
AiH! ifyou know where the fau'.t lies to apply lecting a fiiilabJc candidate; for Congress. beloved Urnther. William H. 1rockenbrsmg.( whot! floss, A P Smith, John dorr.in l Supporter*; Dr. Fitch's Imprired Patent that thrir caifn-! aril rierasno's will be tiarred it ihi.fxpirauicinrif *
mortal rcaiain! we h ivo jus-l deposited in its 1at Giimer, ferry Smith, 15 : St.fl Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling this
the proper (correction. And this was done, too, o/Vr the meetings in rest- Spear, H FShtrvvood two year? from date. nrle ii tIe
log jilirr. the silent loin!). "ip-on. Mary Tube. 'am are exhibit.! to thesiib-Hriiiur; and all persor,*
Repei:1 fully, the )East had designated Mr. Cabell as the llrtohtdi That wl.ilst! the Fralernitj mn lo Mieir GW, Stfoben J W 3Sollirr who have any demands a jisist tlir Mid dceii4ed >r.-

/. TOWNSEND, P. M. candidate, and after it was generally known, tears of jjru f. with those ofthe Widow and reutiirsf (.'o-dcin.Jame anJf Smith,,SO Mis* C DR. FITCH'S Cr.LEI'R\TF.D SIX LECTURES hereby nnti6t-dir> |>rti>em them wnh<>nt dr.iT| aril '
the decfa-cJ under th ir heavy licreavcnietit, Ci 'ev Ale on t Ihe preventii a anti c'ireoj Con un,plion, Asthma, thoce indebted tn .aid e-"t We would cali the attention of Post Master loOt that Mr. C. would not der.litj'* another they f>ymj>itlii.e with the whole community in the ciiJ.-J''ng.Cha-* Smith Smith,, ra'riektrarr. A 1' Ii-e.u'es of the Heart. &c., ant I on the melhi.d of make immediate pment toPATRICK

Dut of die those of the three race. This U a significant step, indicating Ions of a diingiii.-hec) number, i.l'l; one ouTs b ight- .Mrs Sliea.CF. pre' ervinj Health and Bfaufv to a ; plare. especially esot ornumnt hIcrtir.- 11 book phnnld he in ev ry family. To the Cnn..ump- June 13, Tv;'). 23 swA

ACC* between Tallahassee and Madisnn C. clearly that there were noiemocra icoppo.silion I:1d, Tint the members ol this I.o !tge will hIeadi't9Cfl B StM.DrC. V V FSk.ine five it points out the only rettsannldenrp\ \ t for relief.

H. viz; WnVina. Perry, and Talofji, to these men from his own political ranks woar for the SJMCC of thirty ljys, the usual lud e ofMaton.c hlaws lIouflertY J .11 Smith,,J W To eJ'J"ation mothers children, the, directions are inv.iln.ible.it gives for the rsre and. Bacon, Pork, and Flotir.

niaurnin;. as a testimonial of thtir rcsjiect James R 7S/JIMJ eopie- HAM<5. SIDES. AND S1IOULDF.RS! '
All Po Ma&ters who do their would be arrayed against hirn. lleiidirson J'red 2 Trulurk, of thi book have "i-d the and the BACON ,
failure, *. t duty, for i the memory of tlieir dfjiaited mother Thomas. John FTrftetn. pn through pre s, |f MeF..rk.
The! *'old political then have Ilftnlrrtl, That the of ihi Hardm M h A.HnUliiris ile cor.tin'ie, :! nnaiiiited.! For sale hy S. S. Fitch Jt "
and are con'qitnIly innocent, are interested! opponents, .Secretary Lodge, he instrutted A PrVilliim; 2'') Si. Louu Flour.
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I New York and bv
Co.
107 Broadway, ,
to -a-it-e a copy of thne reR !utions to he end Mi-c Just received Schooner. R. rette' for
Tin .jird
made "mistake" in pre- Mary per
in having the blume fitencd upon whoever i iguiltj. is no nominating a can -Titpd to the widow of cur deceased lirotlirr whose Hawk, Ja.h! Tomer. HhenbcnTlictH .SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE.Qtiincy. sale by J. it. WILLIAMS.

didatc against him." They prefer an advo. affliction WP will rcmerrd>er m our devotions and inVoke Haw l.n, ir It ( Mr-i Maria Florida.Xh June c.isn. 2->
hlarVeCaflt Tt0 {: Hr File!.'* Guide fo Invslid-t, yr Direction lo -
the Great (JranJ Master of the Ui.ivert-e
who
Tura". S W
cate of their own principles to one whose htoltati'. John injj Dr. Filch's Remedies,to be had, ra/i5
i Just
We invite the attention of the Post Master is the widow's friend, to pour in htr wounded jlrit \.uit, Jonathan 3 persons Received.1C1flCi'UCNUSIfACONS1DFS..
lalentf and influence, whatever they may be, the oil! of cont>oation.! Joidan, John C N of all hi< \gcnt!. .
General th'se prievanceKandask in behalf Johnion, Rlaney J hT,1.1 June ITi, IS50. 23 tlJan 1'J'J'JtJ '. .
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them. CIIAS E DYKESrcrc'y.M Meekly Mrs MJohnsjua tu) jt)4. ShiubJvr .
,of die pcoplr of Florida that they may b are arrayed against Jjck. A M UM> Ib<. plain Itatn .
-- ---- -:- -- -. i, Harien \VllJC.? SHIELDS & GOLDWIIIEHAVE .i tierces 'nzar-ctte.J Ilims

remedied. Will not our Senators and llepre.wnJative Fate of the Compromise-Mr. Bcrrica. A R R I E D Jihn'oi, Betsy JViHiams, Joseph 'j'Jtt received n large and general ;4saeff. 4') barrels Flr. ,
XVSi don. MM Eliza
In I ho Illi instant bv Johnson Franklin S i-f Drugs,. Keniicines, Chsmicals
Q'linrv.FIa thoRev
rge the matter the conMfJeralionofdie on J. :4) 1'htskev,
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upon Cone
able i
The of
the
VTiiJifl Hird C
Washington pondent Pl"-lp. R. i. K. IIF.F., U. S. A., lo Aliss ELECTA Jackson. Tobias 0 Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs,, which the> \\ill sell 10 Me-.4 Porir, :
Department at Wa.hington ? LiMlyue Macon Telegraph, writes June 25 : LHElllIBnAnD! [ of ( uincy. Keel, J.mP3Kilhy. 3 Wells Henry on the unist iea* nable terms fir ca>h or approved 15 '* Trirne ..
John 2
invite the attention of the public generally At l.c-1 Air th tvtninj' of the 27t1i l John White, credit. Persons wi hinsKenuineun.iiIulteral: ; 3 hhds. New Orlean! F/
"People have given up all gues'5ng as to on y RovMJohn Key, Joeph WhwMon, A \V icineo, will lo v ell to call and examine thtir sinckbvl'nra Sugar, .
to the subject and asl fur any infornntionuhicb when the final vote on this bill will he taken, )It. :Jliee. Mr. .J. N. WIIIT\EH, jr., nml Miss feei, Mn M C WihliJes' purchasinjt elsexvhcre.Qiiinry IS k-3, r.'ail-.
MARY K., daughter of Dr. George GALPHIN of this 3 Iwrrels Od! Honilton WhMtey,
will tend to fhow what parties are in and i its< frien'is arc in WOIKC spirits now limn, county. Keel, Mr C M N WjHi Ward,,m HI.Ii!MM Fjmy June IS. 13. 2.T ttJan Rran.ly, Hurn.Gin, l'oiierandniany other arlirlr.

before it was reported. Northern Senators ina Kilp-itrick, F. nhich will be -old I. r a *tr.alt athanctr .
try n eit.
fcult. Ic Hicnmon-l, Mrpioii, on Thurmlay, the (Cth ult.. Llnvd, Nicholas F Voting, Dr C Peas
body, having voted down every amendment hy Ilev. Dr. .J t\Ke, Judge "\Vu.i.uM IAKIKL, Jr., of Pt-r'.nn' ca'lipR for any ot the above letters, 1 f\ BUSHELS of PEAS for sale brLJ tl.eu ISeinj:interest ilelfrinined to, si%e harrain.: aU!) hsll fin I It t i

We again as'iire our Madison friend, (p o.lUed hat promise the slightest jut-lice lo the South, Lyucl.bur; ansi Mim F.I.IZALKTII CABFIX. daughter wilt a ,lease sayjhey tre ad frti-H. S. "S. KNIGHT.Jnne22.1S50. togiy'; t1.eubcritr a call before*purJir1"8 -

several Southern who of Judg \V iij.u A1 I I. CABELL, ofHichinon.1. .. MlLE. NASH, P. ?I. : s- KNIGHT..
lbl paper doo not chare the fate of the Senators were understood 21Dr. T.illahasscp, June S, 1550. >
<(3, 1S5(). 25 St
to favor the bill with slight amendments i Ji\v?
two which b&ve ] il that tie MadUon
precede ) -a-- D. Jaynes' Family Medicines Pure Sulphate
Ufljfle.
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are now understood to be strongly agaiiut it. Music Teacher Wanted, Mackerel. .
package U regularly mad up und cleposiied his Expectorant, Hair Tonic Al-! Hr.sub..criticrs r.uv on hand two hundred and
f intbePokt Prominent( among these is Mr. IJerrien oly our A LADY q-ulified to civc lessons n Mn ic, Pain'ini 1 and 2 in bbls., i l tibl., and 4 hbl<.. fra1e COMPRISING Dye, Carminitive Balsam, Tonic .[ titty ounces, ot' Suiprnte of Quinine, which thv

ofljcc (;ftIIi city. Wr, at least State, Last week Mr. Clay undertook loex. :, and Ui-mms;, tnav learn cf t deairablc itmiion.bv N by S. S KNIGHT. 1erniifue,Sanative Pill..and As ijpPJiN, fur ale by have obtained ditrct In m the tr.3iiurtoicr! aid

are innweijt.Ppnuc press hi; regret that Mr. lienien's namn av 'lv'U! at this 'Lce. June 29", IS..O. 25 SHIELDS &. GOLDWISE. they will warrant il to tie 3 apprrior article.

should be against the adjustment.( Mr. R. July ri, i..0. 20 Brought to the Jail June IS, 1.V) 23 thJn Quincy, Fla.D We have enlarged fj{ struck cf Trujr and Medicines .

Mcniixr. with than I have by rrrrnt an uvals. ard are prcparrd to t>erute
IN 1kG1XLA.-Ag hued. replied greater armth ever Regular Meeting, N TalUhasiee, en the 23J infant, a negro r. S. I*. Tinviisemr Mirsnpari orders for articles in or-r one, at wholesale or retail, u.

oHhe citizen* of Mathews County, Va., kn.>wn him (to manifest on any previous oc. A A REGULAR MEETIKOof Jackson LO.! P, woman, who RI\S' she belong {p William Dr: 4nds' do. on the most accornmodalmn term*. '

h t been held, at which casion and in conclusion distinctly avowed the > d vr ri. No. Ii will be held at t Ma onic UMI this .aeniof Gadden County, and thai her name Dr. Wof-d's do. We have aloafew acrnnnNyet (Jn* to m for Ib*
a Commhtee of ten, adoption of his amendment was indispensable /\T\ rvening, st the u tul li tr. Hrlhun will MOLLY. Said negro i< toleuh'.e smut -r Dr Bull's do. year 1S4&. They arescnerally in jmallarrrwrlfs",

five TCgt and five Democrats) reported Resin his This amendment ha take due notice, 'i 1 Severn Iliemsc-lvrs accoidinglvByrrurrM rIse wner i is iequetc tp mwe lorvvjrtl and prove Dr. L'omctnek'a fl btt; if Ihe whole could be paid hrrtl, i| wculj sn .
'lUtO condemnation to secure support. $ thV.! M.CHARLHS his property a the law directs 11;. Cuiustock'o Pain E\iracr;. far towardliquidatingceilain. VH 9 whjch we e *
ofibc Compromisruninimouvly 'incc. bern roteil down and Mr. !K Mii.
Iil, 'hith; urre ded. nw counted zs certain agiinst the Bill." 1f.v\ 23 : 1S. 23 Jn.ie I 19, f-s'-O :W$ IJJjn Clurry. FU. June 8, ISW. ? *





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-THE'ASSAM TEA COMPANY, STAtlLITY- It IT V-1'ERPEI UIT\- MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. I I Legal -:1'Luu.tiscmcnt9. IJc .floriMwi S: journal.I I Du.sinrss QIadt3- &c. !

135 GREENWICH SFREEf, NEW YORK MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. -_. .
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proprietors b<2 tn call he attention of con- $900,000. 'T'lIF. regular course of( Lectures in (this Institute In Jefferson Circuit Court. -- --- Cotton nrol{ j.a .c-- :=--
TilE !! in Tea, ana the heads of families to ---- -L will commence on the fir
the c\aict and rare selection of Teas imported by THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. continue until the last nf February. Thn.1tomi- Martin Palmer,
thfn.ind hitherto unknowsun this country which. cal [elr..lmelltVIII be open and ready tu receive rs. T J: K Jl S : BERRY & ROWLES,

by their frjfance and delicacy, combined with nt- OF NUW 'onKO. 35 WALL ST., students by the first ol Ocrober. The Medical Department Catharine} Ellis and Charlotte A. Parisli.! THREE (oLLun per annum, if paid in advance.THREF I Ix; ?dd.lion m their busing a 1 ACcl

tIn purity anJ atren'th, ptoduce an utfuiion .'f surpassing II I will be under the direction ufiliefoljovinr ( < Bill to sell residence of estate of James L. I'ariih.lo .\ND v Htrif paid: within six, mont!.. Commission Merchant, will gi\'P fr-r.t..1'11 ar.d i ito
Accumulated Fund. N v. 1st, l hJ.I, S"JM tPlritli
flavor. VTET debt due Complainant.T.N ) FOUR untiltheendot the tie Idling cl COTTON lei' "lJntUsl :
richness and invesled Bonds' and MIE4aZe5 Ito r Isso 11 S. PlY DOLLVRS. if not paid >ear Olhtr.
The Teat Jfeied ate the fo'lo'fins'The OJO uoc'irelv and in Hrnoklvn. andtock, < 7. fo'RIF.'oU'I.I. 1) Professor of Anatomy. this came it appearing! from the bill which! WoJ"I I who may not find if contenient toattfrj ard
in this I Thp3C will be adhered to, and *
PI. in real e tite city ro- teiins rigidly rci the :arrival of the "*
JeJdo Eluoa a Black T a, at 31 L 01 pet \\.Yurkaad UniledStatesG.ivtrnuient. 1 I\. S. NE\\TO M D. Professor ol .Sur er\'. filed i i JelT-'rsou Circuit Court on the ilh dw ot steamer. f>ir *
'fthe Stale and City of no will be discontinued tint ilallarrearaz.- 'he "Y'**
paper '. vull be rrailv sd"!
.. Niphoa, di). 0 75 I II. J. HULCC, M!. D., Professor of Theory and Practice April IS50,which bill isvori'ied' by affidavit of Complainant paid unless at t the option ol the publishers. Subscribers the spa markrt they that max ofer. to tale 8P, gt,1
Diari, do" 0)0 of Medicine.V. I that Defendint Catharine, : F.I!lit. le-ud.-s
inrre. a widely extended : months One
This fund i is rapidly >inby wilt be received for three at te left
.4 OJicca, a Green Tea, .Ie 1 0.1 uni prosperous busint,<$. \ than POWELL M. D., Profe.-ior of Physiology beyond te limits of the State of Florida, namely in Doll..rix : at l .111.( Every order for the erate.Samples and maj for euhilitic Claret.' ECJ. '
returns made
.e Too.ts152 do 0' The Company declared a dividend r.f profitnffiutvo -! Pat liIuv, Mineralo) at.d Geology. the State of Alabama : / paper hilt of I this county: nuiJt 1 be accom|'anie.d with prompt a" 1
0 5') January 5. JS50. 52
.e Tick-tmaa a* ceHt o.i all e\i lIng policies on the 3l:t i J. KI'\'H.l\1. I D., Profe,s'ir IIf Mateiia Medics Therapeutics / i.t therefore Ordered, That publication b! made the clh. uules the orterllne1 through any of our If
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u UJ-fi Miittire. compound t f I and l Medical Jurisprudence.J. in some newspaper iu Tallahassee, Florid, for lour '-
Jinuiry, ISIS. I regularly authorized agents in the: Stale.' LE\VIS--A I IDJ.U.IS
the most rare and choice Insured. MrLT- SANDFRS A. 1\1. M. D., Professor! of months successively re'iuirinu'nid Catherine EUNt : E ,
tho
Teu t'n'nn the fertile AU tha Profits are diviid among Chemistry and Pharmacy. t tll plead, :answer or demur to said bill on <>r Before

and Denial ."!'! of Aiiin '. I n .. Ttre vreiaum: aie payablt. ill C J,1I annually, semiannually !I J. A. U'ILSOV M- D., Professor oJ Obstetrics and I the first Mond.iv in September next t,or I lhi,-me will! AflVRTISEM F.NTS : IN

With a view to encourage the introducliuu .f these nr .1'i&rterly, iatrrl'l betn; added on the his.ase: of \Vomeu and Children.! betaken JI,'( conff, and act drr.vn for hearing cj> Will be i inserted at the "ateofOneDnlLarperi1uare I RUG }MEDICINES PAINTS. OILS,

rnitchleM Tea, it i is intention of the proprietor ieterred payuients.Tue : CLIXQUE LflCTUREHS. pane at I the F.ll I Term di.1 ('1'1)1 it. of twelve lines for the first tand: fitly rents for each Toilel Articles, rerfonery.( ie., Uinilow

to di.!ribate by tot, aminithe purchasers a qnntitjf cj>hpirnciple adopted; bv' this Company; TlHnl.Itl.T7.ELI., Judge, &.c. .'(I'IPnl i insertion, A reasonable deduction Glau
Tea quit fa the Srt yirs' profits on the sileeffected. cure to the p.trllt'.llIr who>e bsnefrt l the insurances .'.r.drtn-Pr.fl' II. J HILCK.Sttrgrry. May 7, Iv'tO. will be mide on legal t notices, estate ru>tic
Each p-ir.-b.ner wilt receive enclosed in arecrtcted, the whole of I he aJv-aatages, without .-PiMfts-.or I H.? S. XWTOX-: A true conv-Test, notices without alteration, by persons havin; Apothecaries'! Cilass IVureJ &r,

the pidc 5ea u'ln'prf'd certificateentrtin i tone subjecting them to the heavy dra.vbaek of jccumuUted Z. FIIEKMAS: M. I( Anatomical Demons'ntor. C r.. FIFE, Clerk. regular accounts' with the itF.ce. JGn hand,and fors tie
TItF.'l'II\t't'onstant
chance in the di'ribution, for l'\.t'IY fiftv 't'nt. premium notes. The fees for a full courts of Lectures amount t<* 1\1 111 I. ,l.it 0.) IS .t m All announcements ut candidates: for office, HVE \. atth t
to :M,0'JQ maptred insurance on their .wn lives one hundred and five dollar I .
hid out, and on the receipt amounting Person -------- -- -- nor.i.\R*-invariably, in alvance. No attention LEWIS &
the tnlermentioneJ pme'. of Tea, to the value often and the lives ol( other. 0m U\'Itd wmijtu cau in- t Eacti Pro e ot's I ticket! I I5. Marticulatcr's! $:. : In Chancery. will be pi'nl to any order tor announcement.unless Tait.iha'.ee. November 70. 1.. 7. is11MO.N AMES

per cent., or two 1111'1.1 d"tlarl will be given Mire the lily of her husband, the benefit! (,f whichare Demonstrator's Fee ::10. Graduation iJO.Tho CIRCUIT MONROE accompanied with the ca-sh. ------. - -- -

away as bunu*.e.. arc.rJin; to the following scale : secured: taw for the t-\clu-.ive u>e of )herself ,e desirint further informations III please address COURT COUNTY FLA., All religious in irri-ige, and obrttiirv! notier published Towi... :",\111 ( II.-"\,,

5 prize of S') Ibi. Tei at ?I /'. 2V Ibs. or ri< children. their letters (;post t paid) to the Deau : aid students 1\1 \y TERM, IViQ. .jralnrtivr-dv, l ; hut editorial notices for private TOWLE &. PAPY

2'') 25 I 005 in f'1'1, Clerg/tneti and all others dependent upon salaries arriving the city will please call on him at Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram] benefit will be charged as aJvl'll ilemenh. ,

.5, I' 10.e.. i oo, :,')) :.v''i specially invited t to 4vajltItzi4eIve. nf a resource the Commercial Hotel. II. S. NEWTON.Dean Eonutr 1 I -- Attorneys! am! Connsrllors: al! law:

103"' 5 .. 191 t. 5''IIr''J tr'll' Abereby their umi-ig la.inilits may be secured of tIe Faculty. pv Divorce. JOB W O K K. I RAVING formed an ociation for the Practice

2:' at 1. 44 1 IK*. '1i'l 2-:1: tnnn the evils of penury.: I. \W DEPARTMENT. Hezektah I.. Tbi
-- Pi'iifi lets 4 !xhn..t.'r of the principles of Mutual lion. E. V*. M. KING, Professor of theory and practice PROOF hiving been made! that Hc/.ekiah! : f. Thi We are -dt prepared. to execute' Job! Wnrk, such Middle I'ucuil; I nf Florida and in he District Con th 9

42 J prizes in all 20' If' lb.. SiOO' Lie Itwuriiice, and illatratriig Us advantage- of Law. I .!! out of the State ol Florida It i.c Or- as hills, eard: blanks, pamphlel". &c.. with' neatness of f the U. S a' .r a I''an.t't"11 b.l-tlnt'l04t'I\Iruslrd"

Those p"rian* WiG rrefr 'lower priwd 1ew c. ran with furm.11 iitpli'Mtio'i, tnAbc'obtained: at tin- Joiiv DrLAMELD 1s'- Professor of Commercial titrrdt upim motion ot S. R Mallory, Ilxj Cnm- and (K-s|'atrh. All work of thi description) to their care will receive: prompt attention.

refive th.!r uri i ten in W'Vj"rti.., O they "ill h1 office of the Comp my 3: Wall *t., or of any'ol itJ'o.h1e. Jurispruden'e.Trnns. pl.iinanl's Sulicitorthat I a henrinsjof the t.ict eharsred except for I. r"o'11H'in yearly accounts with fjTJOiRrern: the Capitol.F'ebmuary .

te-parchMil' fur?"*".mt a faction of 10 per rent. I -$'OJ vcr .Se.,ion in the Comphinanf; : Dill 1 be had : an.l:! that a the office! must be paid! foron delivery. 17. t'3n. 1
ft:>- Coa ttrv \e'*ntt r"tvlrel; AppMcatio If he TRUSTEED.Jo notice t tlxre !he pnblithed!i i in sf>ir.e public iue.s spa- -_ --_- _---_. ---- --- _. ----------- -- -

Urtne.1 (pst paid. ) ttha Company's Depot, all -. n. Collrns, David C. Colnen, All ha cornm'.nicatious ad1re.&ed to I,:-nertainin'ir no. M. KING,I to I this, ILs departmentmust '. l pi'r of t this State lor t he",ace of four months!. at least.JOSEPH :. SPRING GOODS: ---jlfL ltiflfE.-- --

abave. \\'f1I J. )H\ Alfred Edward, B. LANCASTER, subscribers are just opening their Sprin
.I"i".
; Feb. 20 110 TIIF
Tenth ,
June S. IS*'). 22 3m R. H. lcCurJWm.n..ttF., Memphis, Jud:e Southern Circuit. which has been well and! carefully selected Dr. Charlps T. Darby I
Kev Wet Mireh 'V'. 1".-,(.
------ Blunt 12 4m by an experienced hand, 'on.ioiling of Staple
f-VeJ. S Winston Jws-ph Tin Faculties, for intellertual! 1 abilities, moral ;and I Farcy Dry Goods Hardware, Groceries, Oils, RESPECTFULLY: announces to thr public in?p".
Notice.T.IE C. W. F-ber Isaac G. Pearson,
.ionable ill ACTION OF ASSUMPSiT( BY ATTACHMENT.
worth I and prr.fes acquin-mer.t \\ compare Paints, and Glass Crockery Hollow-ware, Stationerv. perrnant ntlylorafefi' himselt in
,firm herM f recsitinsj under the 1-le; of Jihn Yelverlon' Henry.1ls, fv Clothir-g >
-: NOYKJ:. is this day isslveiby Th?o. Sedi-wick, Win. Moot c. The Medical! faculty rlitute!< an anomaly) in thi' < .\muu'nt, swcrn ,,0 $II7 5'). needed by the planter and hi'l family.eH'ryIhill As unless profes-iionalK, en.a;ed. Strict altl"I.tionIH

t ua cment. All p*ri9iMnviugchim! ajsintf' ruu'j Stacy; B. Collins! X-bedee Coo! rr anoTher cnu'Itn'-a1 of them are able lecturersand J3mp D.+ adewptl. Damages $2,535 I);. I sreat part of our stock is bought with cash we are be pail( to all professional call"

trro will p'a e pre 'uf them and those indebted John H. Swill Jona Miller, th IA best teacher "HE 1 defendant, and all other per*'>rn inl!erected, enabled to give: i good bar!'in.. ,1'1 a-l' call ar.d I Mav5I4D.. | ISoiio.
wfll aiike meat to either) ut mid fira. John Watis.vnrth David .\. Comstock: Those n ho will contemplate cur seozraphical I ee'l -- -- -
pav : position are hereby notified, of I the cornm'-ticetnenf; of the McXL'GHT< : & OR.MONU.: -
A. II. COU. S. M.CnnHl. Robert Shuvlei, and the e.\ten of our populition, ca'i have no above suit, and: re j'ired! ] to appear at the ne\t Term, Newport April n, lS' ). I II I wT luTTcTi 11 1 1 x s; ,

: A. II. NOVRS.C. : Gouv. M. Wilkini Jjmes Chamber, douht as to thcellesibility of ourittr" ion fur an enterprise (on the fourth Monday in October, A. I D. lv" J.) of -- --------- -
MaJif'tn H Ha.. Mm ??, 1"i'1. 2* 4' John V. L, Pruvu Joseph Tuckerman, rl'I he kin I. AS to health, including all .sea the Tii curt Court for the County Leon and State! Select School for Young Ladies, AUCTIONEER ,

Fred. Whittlesjy, Mises H. Grinnell, sons rf the year, we deny that; ANY OTIIKH CITY of Florida, and plead to 'the declaration tiled therein: 7ILLl1l.qSLE. 1'11.
CbnlpsJ-h': Win. J. Bunker, CY.
QUI
.
Leon Circuit Court. H'S .t01R r. WALKER & GWY.VN.
John C. Cruder' Eugene Dulilh; A common error exist? In the minds of minv stud Attorneys for Plaint. next se,sioT r.f I this SCHOOL will commence R.F.-F.R TO

Sanannab W. P ?n.lrvts. a-ul oth -rs, r-In !I I Walter Joy, Francis S L'throp, I nts relative to the place cf studying medirine ; Anril 13, |'->n. 11'I 3rn THY June 10th. H.ivrng tmmagmd an accomplished Messrs I!. COVD. J. W. ARCIYLC, D. C. WIL r% E'1\uh' Veil J. O. Thaldl
\lfred these who intend practicing amonf experienced Teacher to take charze _. If. FLccr.J.IroosoandJ.T.ARcIER.March ,
L. A. MJden and others. ) JOSEPH n. COLLINS Pi indent.
the U'estand Sauth hoiiM! certainl\ educate therr.selves .- Notice.x I of the M'loru Department tiiis Scnool) now affords W, IS J'* 1O
i is Iweby Ji\'t'1110 nil PP'il1i claiming 1" \ \C AIJBATT Scfntari/ ,
NOTICE at "chont'h" Faculty are --- ---
( s-ound. -
a practical ac- for Ladies to acquire a -
facility
; mo'rth- 1ftl"'dlti'.1 I 1\11 to the' Honor.I. every yoinsj
demands against the lu'idi rn hands BLUNT. Connoellat. aij!Iy -
my JOS. .
with Ibostiiea..C5.! 3. L. $HIEr.O'4.t. 1) J.t. BOND, M. D.
juianted arid Education.!
heloa the hirs of Jusiah PenJarvi : able Jcde cf Pniiiife! in ami for I the ConnK l of thorough, accomplished
;inj to t to pre- JAMES B. GAMBLE!:, A; ., T.l1ah1'1,ee. That the public be satisfied of the J. PHELPS .
may permanin- Principal.Mrs.
them. with proof to --intniti the same, Jcffrrrou for a.j ilNchar; ? a> one of the Administrators -
proper l"-.IJ.' -2
tel January 1'J), 1 -y Ibis school fell it
cof we our duly to state 'that PHELPS
&
) Drs. SHIELDS BOND
before me,on or before the day of J'dv 0"l l William Bellamy, late! of said Counlv, deir ,
frt --- -- --- the Trustees and Faculty (form a UNIT in action
Miss HUBBARD V Teachers.
the Court Hiu in Tallaha surh cl.im ill td SMITH SIMKINS.Ji / .
associated
e themselves tocethfr in t>
( o \ e
which anaursi well for its future' success and that ) HW'ING
TOWLE:
COTTON GINS. Miss
; ,
be thcreifter Iwrred. :and the lund distiibuteJ. [ ,>ffer"oi Cnn".TI'Hlary I 19. I Ic-V). 2 fan of Medirine. Surgery, &c., oter their
I the peculiar internal fII' anj7.alion111.11 comuctsthem Q-irncy, March :0, IV). la lOt ,
Bv ord.-rof C.nt.BENJ. --- ----- ---- -- :
I service to 'the citizens of Quinry and the surround-
cannot be
---- - --
F. WHITNER, J E SSE 11. WATSOX, IIIIl'rrurtt.1.E: M. \V. KING. Notice. in* countrv.'
.' IJ.tcr in Chancerv.Jauel. Groceries, Fruits, &c. II 1s- f). ::!
Pfinident of lle Faculty. months after dite, I \\ ill apply Iw the Ilon r- Quincy.Anzu-t
1"V3. 21 1 It nix 3i.vxvr.\<"ruiiu: : SIX R. from --- --- -
William Pelff'S
Miv 11. 1.n.) ]1. fn I Juil,T .,f Probife fo' the C iut\- ff'aoh. JUST rl"'t'i\'t'cll't'r Schooner Thomas Jeff. Heir

r ----- Palmyra Lee County (:c'JrgiaTOtH.n -. --- ------.-- -- .- in lcJi forletteisof di Stray Horac. I $20 Reward. of thcEtae' Mjthew Tucker dereaed.I1lNRY : St: Loui- Flour Rio Coffee. ATTORNEY AND CO\( F.LLu! AT LAW,
\ inform his ftiends and the public spn<
c rn.\ 'EII from the "ulncrihcr's! ,plnIa- \ \ rally, that he continues the above Innine"* at 1) ANAU'AY I loin I the iuh"cl ihpr.&Lf'ut t1.. fir-I of : ONEAL.January Tobacco White Beans, WILL practice in the Ciiciir Court in each
I _) lion Fort Surnhv the ) ?. I IC ,. 5'2 Cm Olive Oil!, Oransres, of the IitM., Crrc lit. and in the Sn.
nn
'd'IJt hi.old "land, wherelie will be hippy to supply I then I V- Jaiiiirlast; I a light complexioned in rro Itllow
LemonWhiikcy
f 19th May! a red! 1'11 IAHE. or Searsold with a firt rate article. :\.m pvidmce of ,the II; Inl.d Pill\c I.:, a'niul' JUeaisof are, about five -Notice.SIXM -- ---- -- ----- Brazil Nut*, -, preme Court an.} United Stales District Court a

!:"i' l Fi band iiigH, (us nm A hit* hind 1 loot, a I ijmlity of his work he would slate' that out of the i ted S nr 10 inches hizh, n'utid faced, remarkably R'ltn Wine. T\Jl h" f'e.

star in the t'ore'ieiJ and 'vne curkl of the iiarne i ,' Ur.re II'Jmhlllld by him the pit >'**ar, not one lia beautifi'l! white teeth, rery tare feet and hajids; ; isis nth. a'I'Ihp' d.ite of this notice' [ will Gin, .n1e Claret Monticellc.tJanu3r.: 29, J iRS.CARAWaY 2?

and eiddle on her bark jnd th.H.Iurl; I will give fail .t 1 to zjve pcrlVct ,atisfacli.n-alld would a< ifference i slow! in his speech,and di awls I out his woids \ h"l1I I "atflv viciriuTS and aerount- to th; thor ] For bv. ALFi.F.D E. HOC. --- -- -
liberal re.vatd! that will delivi-r said J'hlI' of Prolxle' for [L."n ( "mlv.lor a final settlement SJIITH. [W. S. Ditwoarmi.
a to any .person i\'ethe n-stne f,1 l an,' one who has one of his ansv\erin i ? a "jllt''lion.n particular; marks about' : .-( ]
mire to me at mv |,Un'ation, or to M ssr-i, :1114r.r'I Ginsia mt' lie isintendii toenlarirchi'se.stablishrnent his body by which he could I be rtcouni/.ed. It is and di--harir.! from the E:-fate of Dr. I. D. March :no, 1; ) 12 1jJ llTH] 1 & DlLVVOiFira]

Broltaw, in TmH.b see. Any inf.rmltiol realing con ;!I'rlhlIhis' %'<-ir, bv which: m'dn-5 he will : prubiblc he may be oriievvht-re in the nei hborl.oinl Sco ton, 1'ite: : of said Count\.drceae l.P l.TI5IPK l. &.C. ,
said will be tiunkfullv ".'"i>)V) d.BCN'JAMIX. \ : SMITH, Amn'r.M.urh Watches Jewelry, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
te mire be enabled to ill; ord-r (which t.f'iI'' lie was 'in- of Tliornas count} Cleot ia, he havirir been horn in ,

BVRD. able\ to d ,) with ( ini, if ,po-'siblp. 'ierirn to any *>vermjnufactnre'l sail} county. The above reward will be paid for hi. 2-1 1 I/!. II 1-r.mNetice. it.'fUF.} subscriber hate ju"t recei MONTICELLO, FLOIU[).\.

Fort StansSorv', J-tne J !":'t. 21 tfCS in Soutliwo-stcrnOeorzia. Hethinks safe confinement in an\ jail, so (that I can jM him :. a. good supply ot Goods,
) anun.vhich are July, ISIO.t 27.
that every yijirN evperie'tce nuhles him to intake a again.:
Nunn's & Clark's little hetli1 art iele. IIEXP.Y1.\ I!. -" after date. I shall appl'lot the Honor T b..l. ,.!d Lever Watches,

LEn TEO I'TAXO < Beinza praeiiealmei'hanic, andi'hal,'!ptenntned I Sopchoppy, Fla. Amil! n. Ib-VJ.J 11 2m SIX"el'k. of Probate nf L"on County. for letters Hunting Silver: Levers A. E. MAXWELL,
:-arranled5i fij
and -OcliVf grand action' Pianos.JEalian that none but Gimot I tin-wry fir-t I rlds shall be manufactured -- -- t Adininittfiitiou, on the Ftjte' of S.born Ilolcoir.b L'Apien and. phin Watches, fA'J'r DHI IE Y A=r LAV7' ,
in he them ilecea-ied late of said 'orml\. Chai'i*, S>' .#, and Kejs,
his-hop, fefUsa'einJwarraiit! 1115 Teacher Wanted. all the Court.t the Middle fir-
-\L"O- Pirn" \7 ILL attend
the ati .
to ouerate (I'J >< purchicer. 17
Attachment Pianos, with K-cV Tune T..\CIIIn I i"\\'a111'c1111 take chan-e of f t the Con- May .1,1.1" Bosom Buttons, Sleeve Buttons, > f cuit. r.3-: Once: over :. F. Burnt j': Srort.Tdlla'titoee : .
will deliver them free of to at A -- ---- --- -- ----- -
able R ed.. Die duove ce.c'jrjtt Piano.cu be had their charge purchasers treville Ma>onir Acadtinv_ tlnmtlli..h'rea- Notice. Gold Pun and\ Pencil} Cases, Oct. U7, 1 h-W. 42
by application! to D. C. WILSOX. plantations. sonable comperisatiiiti will be given to I'ne ctf
approved Gold Pen in Silver! (CVe,
June 1. IliO. 21 I for All orderto en:,iernent the*Projiiictor made: with at his Pjltnyra tra'e1linZl'nlq, s-hall be, <)j'ialiiicatiu.mi.' For particulars, apply to tLe FOUR Wek. after ,1t'e, the u1d r"inl'J. Admin Silver Table[ Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons s. S. K.\HHT; ;
---- -- Hoard of TI u:tet'i. : ') XVYiham Thesis, deceased", will apply
Marble! Clocks \Wholesale I Retail Crorcr i TroThion Dealer,
promptly atte-ided to. R K. CALL P1e4. tl time) Honorable: Court r.f Prn'nfp for Leon Count,
Cantors and Folks *
GUNSMMTHING 1 I I Plated Sprv>n ,
fjg-lleijaji-iiij: properly done in the tno-t t dvir:
I THOMPSON, Township 2, Rane;;: 2, N. and} E. TOWLE & MYERS. constantly on handand"tfrrs rs3lra a'! a

( N.SMrra WOR "rl d
.T with; the utmost Precision and Despatch tivthesi2Cribr.at : GAR HILLS in Southwr-lern' Georgia and Florida C. C. MOORE, Miy4; .l'M.t 17 ard articles in his line. Flours of approved qn>l-

hrjihon nestdwrto Dr. BarntrdV Contracts cm: be tnide with Travpling..nl!. K. BEMIJIJY -- Bug y-s I Buggys : itie-?-Suar", Collees. Teas. Haci-n: Ham*. lurk,

Particular. attention pi,1tl country (orders and the \information w.nted'ilh rny rezard to ,'lie cot ami C. C. FLETCHER. Notice.SIX received at my Carriage Repository, Soap, Candles.. Lard and' all similar articles-lo-

pjlronazeof all i is oliri'd. operation (If these mills can be obtained' by addres April 27, 1 1S.V K months after the first publication of thi no ,JUST 5 Buz'I :ys with tof, tether with, Fruit, Irish Potatoes Onions, Xnt! .
Door Lock Repaired .fee.. Ac. ---- -- --- ---------
ill: meat P.tlmvra Lee Countv, Georgia. ', I hall applvtolhcllon. Jame fl l Broome, 10 without! iiI ps, Raisins, Figs, Almonel.and ail other articleiiunallj
CIU{ S DEMILLY. March :iOlS50. 12 I H* J. M. WILLIAMS Judge) of Probate for Leon County for a dNchar Rocktv.vay, I sfats, found in siirilar establibfiment".

Tal1ahssee, Miv 2:, 1 :1)' 2() -- --- ------ II jo..t 1 received per Sclir. W. R. Tcttes, from from the administratorship of the estate of George 1 !second-hand: Carryall, Store nex' door above G. 11. Megir.nissca Jlon-

--- Madison Female Seminary, I New Orleans, Young,deceased. late of LPN County' Florida. which) will be sOld on the hE''-t of term. roe street.

Provisions. DAVID D. YOUNG, hand Saddle*, Btidl-, double :and "ill j le -\priI2g, '.SW. 17 ly
MADISON C. !II.! FLOR1PA.THK i Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One \s''", on _
J-z;'T received pir Sciir. W. Pate_, from New A.lm'r. of George) YOlll1.ltpceai.d.I..rrll Harness and every variety of Goods ami Wares usually
Orun: R : : nest jp..jtJ1'of the MADISON FKMALF. ,I Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, : Ki, 1,.'>(f_. 10_fim_ found in a Saddlery E-tablishment ; and all kindsof GEO. H. BESTWICK,

Clear Sides, ::!! \RY, will commence \Vednesdsy! For sale as low as any one else. Notice.ALL work done at the shortest notice. i.c.P. .
Shoulders the 10th div r.f July next. April .iD' IvIO. l.: E. HULL. Wholesale & Retail Grocery i TroTi'sion Dealer,

addition _ _ holding cijitns azain James Blark-
the
Fxtra Snar Clued Hams In to pio .ent Faculty three other -- --- ---- ---- persons March l Plaiu! Harm., Teachers will be employed to begin their services New Books. e. late of Leon Ccunld"C'ea.e". are no- T/"EEPSconst.mtv: on hand. and for sale at the
with the n.\:1( Term. I lifiil: t that I they must be presented) to the udt'r"ilf'd i Claret Wine.A article
Prime Leaf LirJ A FINE ,election of ,the Novels of the day, to- IV lowe-t ca Star CaT'le') For tmticulars, sre Circulars and. Catalogues.Tliis -Tx getl.cr with Inanv others such as Bruces' Life within the time prescribed hy the statute' or hisnotice FEW cases superior St. J ilien, just received I ihUlineofbnsineFkur j of l.e-t, ruilitie, !,Sngr.

Pearl Slitcli. For sale ''n'AI.FRr:1 Institution i I is now in sucrcsifu! oitfnl li ion, and and Travel, HumbuldlV Trj\eN, Rambler in Mexico will be pl..acl in bar d their receverv.I'.DWARD and for sate bv Coffee, T*'a*. !:.ll'On I Jams, <5o3prandlf' ,Nuts.hal

E. HOC. afl'ords every ;poihle advantace? for young Ladies to. Los fiungo-., iic., for sale bvMcNAUGHT nr.CKLInGIAtIm'r.) McNAUGHT & ORMOND. sins, LardVhi.ker, and all other article,ual.

23: 1S5 1 <). 20 ic-juirc a thormiah! :at.d refined Education. & ORMOND. May 2i, l ln.' 20 St Newport, April 13 I 1"-''1(>. H 1 found in similar: establishments., All per-on wanting -

-.ay ---- ----- \V. L. HARTSO.V. A. M I., Punrip.,1.HOARD Newport, April 13, l'.',(). 11 --- -- to purchase any of the abote article'.are mel-

--- -- - .-------- Notice. CabinetMaking.i pectfully invited to call :and price them before burine -

Notce.ltf OF TRUSTF.F.S.: Paintings and Engravings.A SIX months after date aPI'Ii'alion'ilt be made ._ __ 'HE subscriber hiving taken the eUewhere.
D. PAPY .nd G. W. HUTCHIKS are au. lion R W. P.\HR.\1\10HF..l'n.joIid..ltor Board.Ilin. A and -hoice for sale bvMcNAUGHT ) the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon Count\ .--r--. Shop and Ware-Room recently Store formerly occupied by L. & H. Greenwrj

tb"U1.- .act a,ws .\t'nll in the Slate of I(. II. MAYS, We 1'1. : assoilrnent & ORMOND. for letters of di' ion from the estate of Thomas .? : Jo ctupied by Mr. Gerard \'ing'lhoel, k Co.,corner of Monroe and Jeflcrson streets.

SAM. S. SJBLEY.DR. I. hUNTING.IV. 1-'., White: deceased late of said) <*'.untv.SAMUEL Manufacture kinds Cabinet Furniture May 1'2. 1S4!-. I'
Newport, April 1 13, 1;'lJ. 11 I prepared to
1.)2', t ISM.f 20 A. BR'.XSOX. M. D., -.- --- -- ----- --. C. WHITE, Administrator. ,and has now on hand a good ai i1orlment,which
-. \. L. TOOIJK:, E"'., S.F.BURNEY"Ton.O May IS. 1<>50. IU Km will be sul.low} 'for cash. GEO. DAMON. To the Florida Volunteers.

WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, Rev. Ii- 7. ARDIS') ecrearv. Furniture repaired at the shortest notice and on r pHE undersigned will attend to the collection #f fJL
( attention of )hi- Notice.
rrspeclfully call the
Office, first Door \Vert of Judge S. B. THOMAS, Esq Treasurer. reasonable terrrN.; January 10. 155H 2 6mrPHE chums azamsf the State or the United State
and I the pirlilic tfnt-ralU to his lanre .
nluJ's.1hy N. B. The next! Semion will in the Rooms i per ons having claitn icnrnf the Estate of for services rendered! by or supp're* furnished
AT.r.
open ,
2 1 ; ald11: assorted stock fli SPRING and SUMMER
:{ late Davis Piiuleau, will 'them duly Male and Female AcademyI 5U111!
:( o llt-I' prerms, oerupid! bv the Principal. GOODS and present Quincy Florida Volunteer ciVed\ into service cf the ,
both
compririn fancy
ariicle
;
--- every attested and (tbo,e indebted to the said Ki.t.ite, re-opened January 7ih. The econd se rmi Indian outbreak.! I
;
duricz the recent
mAL Madison :May 2': I""ll. 20 I
TiiTRUMEDi ___ ____-_ __ ______ I staple. uully fold in I this maiktt-all ol which he will piea-e: make j-ayraent to the Mih
OIL HEAD-QUAETERS FLORIDA MILITIA > is receiving daily. Charlt.-toii.S. C.F. any time liurin;'; the year.: an.1.l after the sc.on(1'eek( and b'isines nece!:?rv fur the colleff ten if f 'tht"! lIt j
March 10, li0. 10 C. PI the will be charged only from the fill,
OLiAT.7F of session they enabled lit gVC
Tallutiufttr, May )lh, IsGO.1 ) I ors. he tlatters himself b111 be
in 'the ol I Sciofula --- -- ----- -----
-
USEFUL cure ., Consumption, -- T. C. PRIOLEAU, frmeol entering.' Board may be hat! at prices varying iatistactioa' to those entrusting their clains wib!
{hum4t.41'1. \"t t'iin i I. f} i"nchiti i i",Couchs Turpentine Axes &c.
May !11 t'f). I IS lit from $'; to $W per month. For further particulars him.
and all l di ea"es rf the Che-t ai'tl! i Lungs. A .upplv .
4 FRESH supply) of the aLoAxes; also. No. --- ---- si-e printed catalogue., which may be obtainedby ercnce-\ll who Know nrm.
ol J this valuable uu-dicrne., i i* ju-l -c.-rvud, which 13 /x 10, It I and I li Ta-t Plows exira points ; Sands Court of Probate. application to X. II. STEWART, GEORGE W. HUTCHBS.

warranted pure and ol i \very" superior; quality.F & Spear's Cut arid Wrought N ils, A.C., &c. ST\TE FLORIDA, !>s.! ) AT CII.\ FRC. Jan 2t>, 1550. 3 Principal. February 23, If 50. 1
wile! "by LEWIS & AMES, HEcci"c\ll'er Brig Elr.f'linf':1d for sale by, V.'asljiuslon County. J March S c, ":..

May :5. 1S& 20 Tallahassee. McN AUGHT & ORMONU. IN the matter of Sion Smith Gu >rdian of Robert Notice. Fletcher Institute.

---- ------- \WHEREAS, An electron ol Major General for the Newport February 23, 1S.VJ 7 E.: Russ minor ln'ir of Robert: fll'45 deceased!: monthafter date 1 hall present my accounts that stndrtt

Private Hoarding------1 ion, Florida Militia, was held on the ---- ------ - -- I On the petition "f Stephen J Roche and J.uncs\1. SIX' vouchers: to I the Honorable Court of Probates WHEREAS, Mad.im Rumor Institution says cannot

'T'EN twelve Jdutie.ni2ti can ha om-ida'cd. :81 first Monday! of Apul ulru/i-i: and it appeunn b) a Provisions, &c.L14 Lone, securitie-i, pray iig. titat Sion Smith. Guardianas : for the G"ul'v"f Leon and ask for a final set- to come to this it on-
L Day Boirderal I theiesid.-nceof. J.ihn R. Llojd full raavass of the returns made to the ExecutiveOilice i BARRELS: MESS ah.rc.-aid, may be required to sire neweC'urilit' i tlemtnt an I (ch.irce as Executor of I the last will find boarding! f hou-es : To all whcm may *

0:Monroe. street, nest house I to the store occupied that BENJAMIN HuPKINS i isdilv' electedGVneralof ) i 0 do. Prime PORK do. i in lieu of petitioners' or in default, t thereof I that Mid and testament of William Turner deceased. cern.I send trreetrne, that I hare inmytovstt wrt .*' i

by Mr. Leon Brun.o1 desirable Ipfn. Also' onefirnibe. M"j..r laidM'isiun cT Florida i Militia : 5 Kegs Leaf Laid, Smith be removed from said mardi ..n--lip l : It ap- MATHEW TURNER. the hill at the Institution ample aucr.J711odotI/lP.f roomy *

.' room timv" iinoccupied, for a gentlemanand ,\' bf il Ihi refute Inotcn. That the above named 2 half barrels Cranberries pearinj to twe slli intact I ion of this ('ouit t that s mid February 2, IM">0. 4 Cm nislted. with fire r1ru',.. for the them pie'
lady, or two .inl4 c'.1 Ipoen. I'enjaniin Hopkins is hereby proclaimed duly Sion Smith, Guardian of I R--1-rt E. Rn.s. minor heir tfiirtiu>l fnts, :and: will pri-nii-e ?o gibe furlJ'b
h
I )IHI. clear side Bacon day.
Tallahassee.: May 11 is.') 18 elected Majur General of -2nd Division Florida Militia I do. i-f Robert Rii<, 1f'CPl"C'r, resides; beyond the limits Notice.9fIIE of good hole-mine: diet, three times a
shoulder d t.llattlf.
-- -- -'--- ------- and \xhi-n commissioned, will be obeyed arid respected of I the State ot [Florida, but in otie of t the Slates of lights and do their w.ishir.g, all for ten >
10 bhis. St. LouU fitted the TANERY at J"endofthejear.
Flour subscriber having other
up t
half in advance e
United wit State of month, one paid ,
Flour accordingly. the States In : the Mississippi,
Bacon Lard &c.
5 do. Baker's Tan\ardhas
(planting Potatoes this place known as .
THOMAS that notice of said cannot be seited
TUST received (from New Oilcans, per schooner W. Governor and Cominander-in-Chrrf.BRmVX I hhd. fine Sugar, so him, petitioners I now on hand and will keep all kind of LEATHER! p P SMITH.
J 20 bushf Petit Gulf Cotton upon : s-ile and will have tine BOOTS and SHOES 3m
R. 1
Seed for
r.UtS. Bv the Go\"rnor-\tftII : It is therefore Ordered That the said Sion Smith ; Fletcherville, Ga., Feb. 21, IS )O.
.
10 bands Rectified He has hand article of
order.
Whiskey. made to on a superior _
nlul; (. Lotils 1. A. THOMPSON Guardian aforosaiddo and said -
rloll'-O.lo all answei -
Just tec'd. per schr. W. H. Pettes, and for sale by appear pe dfll1bl'd. oled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return &c.
Shins ami Shoulders, Adjutant and Inspectoi General. tilioners within four months frcm the date of the Raisins, Figs, Cheeset
Baron McNAUGHT & ORMOND. his thanks to the citizens of Gad.den and the
Lard, Molasses and Sii ar.Forale May 2i, 1")0. 20. 3t Newport March 9, 1850.Plow 9 first publication of this order, or the said petition adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say )0 BOXES En-liih Dairy Cheese..
-- -- will be taken as confessed, and the thereof
prayer 10 Drums (fresh Fisrs,
by J. M. WILLIAMS. to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather -
Pain Killer. granted! Provided, That a of this order be
: copy Q'J Boxes do. nJ sin.J,
May IS50. IS Iron. Boots and Shoes, at his old stand in Gac.1-den
1 FRESH of Perry Davis Pain Killer published} once a week for four months} i in some news 1 Box Citron
supply ,just Qnincylie will be clad at all times
A assortment of wide Iron 10 in- County, near ;
S 9
AN say an published within the St.te of Florida.WASHINGTON .
received and for sale by paper 10 Boxes Cider
toechanie of the above articles for Oak Bark Champaisne
suitable for received
Medicines Toilet Articles &c. :, Plows, Schooner TABOR any
per Wine.
T. WHITE & CO. hleidsick Champaigne .
Agcnts. Abel I, and fur sale by Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. 1
Judje of Probates recflft
Washington County. kind
Nc\'t'berJ7.1F-19. 45Bagging Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, With a variety of articles of the
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 03-
NASH & TAYLOR April 27, 1V,0. IG -Irn Emeline and'for sale byMcNAUhIT
Newport March 9, IS-)0. 9PRINTERS' ----- ---- --- can have employment. per ORMOMJ-
respectfully inform their w. H. MCMILLAN. &
--
------ ----- H. BRADFORD,
friend and the public, that they 2, lSJO. 4 I ly Nt'wpoltFebruary 2-7, lSOBagging 1 _
I ROPE, AND SALT. for sale byMcNAUGHT AND BINDERS'WAREHOUSE ATTORNEY AT L77S Tallaha et',Ftbrltary
received a new supply of goods, & OR fON(. '
of Medicines Perfumery No- ay and 31 GOM>STREKT;-' Tallahassee Florida. JSTNA INSURANCE COMPANY and Rope.
iXTOUJ.u Newport, January 5, 1S50. f>2 ,
., which added to their former CORNER OFIIRDOMI; AND April 20( 1SW. 15 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. PIECES Kentucky Ba ging.
received nuke* their assort -------- ---- SHERIFF STREET NEW YORK.-The sub.cribers offer 93
Ladies and Gentlemen that Tin Manufactory.I for sale of their own manufacture their improved -- --- TUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house 30 cot U Kope,
Rail Road Notice.
Medicines, can and ex TA vmG engaged additional workmen, we arc patent Single and Double Cylinder Printing 13 insured against t los* by fife. 1 bale Twine, .
cil Presses, for and book work Card Printing LEWIS & AMES, 2 bales Gunny Cloth fcf
Perfumery Soaps : prepared to till all orders in our line in a newspaper ; Peftfs, '"o0' "If '
l/ &c Machines Proof Presses e t- January 2fi 1 t'3 A nls. Tallahassee. Just recejvid per Schooner
May 4, 18 prompt and satisfactory! manner. All orders from Hydraulic Presses, ., AIcXALT.HT t ORMO.ND-
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the country will receive immed ate attention. A with wrought Iron Cylinders Geered and other Garden Seeds. 1

Grain Cradles &c. liberal discount given to mercha itt and dealer Standing Presses; also, Li.hrojrraphic( and Copper NOTICE is hereby given to (the Stockholders of NewportFebruarY23Li0. _
T WUlTJo & CO. plate Presses Binders' Materials, &c., &c. Chase Rail Road Company: that on LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS "

1 DOZEN SUPERIOR GRAIN CRAD.E June, 1849. 23 Cases, Galleys Furniture Stands, Imposing Stones I Thursday Q7th day of June next an election will A just received from the celebrated garden of Gj Fancy Sugar. reee.lt- d

Reap Hook*. &.C., &.C., constantly on hand and every article necessary be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahassee R. Gal relson, on Long Island. }'orsale by CT BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar

Scythe If"dlpt and Scythe Stone, Fruits &.c.I for a complete Printing Office including for seven Dirtctors to manage the affairs of said Company LEWIS & AMES. O per rettts," and for sale byMeNAUGIIT ."'2
,
1 inch 1hnila Kopc.tuitable 'for Colon presses Type and Ink furnished on the most favorable for Iwelve months from 'that date. January 5, 1S50. 52 & ORf

Saw I RAISINS, ORANGES, terms. Printers, Publishers and others wishing to R. K. CALL Pres. T. n. Co. Newport, February 23, ISiO. T _

Wide and narrow bar Swede Iron, LEMONS, establish a News paper or Job Office will be furnished Tallahassee April C, 1500. 133m S. S. Knight -

German Steel, Nail. heavy JclhHWare., APPLES, ONIONS with an estimate for the same, in detail if continue business at hi" old stand,where Liverpool Salt. .
Plantation & IRISH POTATOES, desired Machinery made to order or drill lion Nails. WILL tineordrr.b1'aC'bt'dSad"'l' :
Uald have SACKS in (
k. hopes wait on such of his friends as inn r
Foraaleby GEO. MACKEREL in half barrels and Vitts, and Bras Castings to order. also manufacture OAOV KEGS Fall Gannb e.
.EI NSS. They Agawanand River Cut Nails! ,justreceived heretofore exiended so liberal a patronage promis 1UU received per Barque R H.
Miy4,1850.' 17-4-" PICKLED BEEF TONGUES superior cat steell mill pit cross-cut,circularand / and for sale bvMcNAUGHT I ing that all shall have good article sat fair prices. sale by JIcNAlT.IlT & OKilOM'- '
sale
Just received and fur by
other Saws. a supply, of which they & ORMOND.
JOHN McDOUGALL. keep constantly April 2S.1SI9. 17 '_ Newport February ?3, ISoO.:! _! ___
hand.
W.G.LDAVIS on R. HOE & CO. Newport April IJ.5)1). U
n"cf'mbf'r'22ISj!! W N. B.-Proprietors of newspapers, who will insert Extract Cannnbis Indus, Gentlemen's Clothing.

ATTORNEY AT LAW, the advertisementlhreetimes and send in a number Saratoga Water. Alcoholic or Liquid Adhesive Haster SMALL and well selected stock of CIOIbIVfjust '

taken up hi* ahooV at Tallahassee, and "i London Porter. of their paper containing it, will be entitled to payment 9 0 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water just re- Fhilotoken Nervine ,i A received F.'Tlt'lint'and for a1e byMcAUtiHT

a,, HAS ce in the Couiti of the Middle O CASKS, quarts and pints, just received and for on purchasing of us four times the amount of /.& ceived and for sale by Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale hy per & ORM0jjjjrtmam)3tj7

and of Franklin ud Jacki"n C.uotlCS. ale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. their bill. McNAUGHT it ORMOND. SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE :

Mach 3, IS5--). 9 New pott, April 11, 18V). II May t. 1950. 17 Newport, April 13. I&30 11 June 15, ISSO. 23 tlJan Quincy, Fb. I I.




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