The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Eesolutioni of the Southern Coiventcn.I point intersection fh3 line cal be the Mtne that C)1.relJO,. ?f '" of tfi CtrrirrWAPinNorox. I and higher reasons for the change, iu advance The Subaissiooists. How T.>KILL THE DOLL W js> !-We find 't

Rw'vrd Thai the t cm tone* ot he t'niteJSuc lies was made aboxcuieulioned aixieMablisl.ed, to contii.ue in d:>d'uhet lo; the eveial tiiouih Irea 01 J .ne 2R. 'fSiutherri opinion.Mr. ; The man who has mind enough to perceive the following receipt for di stroving the' bollworm

f4"iu I" Hi* fOj'Je ol the rvvial Suie olitit outlet of the S.ibine river, and from thence to the I took my accustomed seal i iu m t th(> Srua'.c UAKVAKIL spoke in a calm and unim- the peril to which the' South and her institutions published in fie Montgomery. Ala. .

L'n'o'1' tdeir con.m piuiteity. Th the Gull ot Mexico., That the saul St die of Texas asserted (Chamber, \\Meiday. on t the i li ight of 'lie eagle pas-siuncd manner-in a manner befitting his have been brought by the onward march Advertiser and State Gazette. The receipts

citun' wit'1hu, and l i soveieign authority overall ten it to y comprehending at an earlier hour than usual. ('a-Miug alit great subject. In his speech, there \we as of lanaMcUm.: operating upon, subsidizing and first handed to the editor nflheGreensbobo .

rt.fut* equally eutitlpd to the protect inn of m before the date of ol .
resolution iheiccogmtion
in the enjoyment ut that piourilv so tog her independenc) bj' the goveitinient of the United 11a'hjon, iu n jewelled biacelet, encircling the was understood by me to say, in re- Federal Government ; and who, with the dangerglaiing efficacy there is in the proposed remedy .

jon; a- the territories tenuui under tLe charge til States and bcfoie the date ol her annexation to the Senate. Those who suppose that ladie are raid lo i'l' r. CALIIOIJX'S opinions, tb.it .Mr.'JALHOIT.X him in lh eye, will yet counsel know not, but would advise our planting

that pnvernmettt. Uoilt-d States; and her claim to these ixiuitdanes.S careless observers of the daily proceedings in was willing that the Missouri line, iht? Souih lo trusl lo the action of that Government friends to try it. The immense; benefits
JltMlerJ, Thai lim tn
ConprcM no oui f xclu.te -
truiu the territories ol trn United j State any well known to the government ot! the UisiHd the Senate, on th arljusfment; bill, are mistaken. I) which) he was origin.illy opposed, and lor justice and security, and brow-beats which follow, should! it prove successful would '

uwpertv lawfully held in i the Plate til (the Union ami States, as rv denced by a map distineth setlingthemtoith ; They: watch the proceedings and listen which, by no means did justice to the South, and ridicules! and denounces every etlort of th" well warrant a Irial. We are not aware .
puhluhed (for the use of our government, at
art which tnav be jimsi-d bv Consntw t<> fTicttlii to the debates wilh the interest tumid be South such whether or not this is the
any the time ol the annexation ol Texns, and extensive highest adopted as a temporary expedient. to band for its own protection- a same remedy lately _

n ol ly ruculated b> members of Con2rr and other public I can say this in regard to some ladies nf the Mr. BAUNWEI.L insisted, in the lone of the man is unworthy of the name of a Southerner, discovered by Mr. Smsing of Mississippi, but

the 3. ftrtotrcd, That it is the duty ol ConjrwM to agents That bv the term of the joint resolution Souih-some transiently and others pTtnaii'Miily Nfehviliv Convention that while slavery was an Amricun, or a patriot. He must be a at all events il may be effectual and should be I

provide proper governments lor the territories since for annex ing Ttxas that to the the United Slatis ol,the itwascxprrssh United- here-and nlso in regaid to Indies interdicted North of llie line, it should be pro. traitor, because his intelligence rescues him testified : ,

(&jrwpIrlt| ol Atu, r ca i j institution- forbid* t tie uuitiumtnct States hliould provnled hate power government to adjust all ijiiobtiuiis ol fI flITS I the North. I have been much pleased terted South of it. He did not. nor dil I Mr. from the alternative condition cf being a fool.He Th Miller usually deposits her eggs the .

ikl of i.twa cnililaty tieretutuie givernrn.ts cvutm in terzit'irieoace lnn <*f peace, boundary which might aii i'e with other covertitnents to find t lhat I hose of t the highest tunic and cultivation i. CALHOCN, view the adoption of this line as is blind or knave who does not see lhat the first and second weeks ofJuly ; which deposits

and beluiiS'iig **> foreign power which m niter ft re with : that no such question boundary has been aie uniformly! in favor of concilia)ion.Cu an adjustment? of the question between the lime is here,to strike a blow for Southern rights, she makes in the lops and most prominent

the lull enjoyment f religion-the freedom of the adjusted with any other government, so as to con : they rather lead the men. their lords or Noiln and (he Souih. Il would ,-ive the or b-isr-Iy! lo surrender I hern. branches of the cotton, which are soon hatch
the boundaries of Texas. That
jjj-.i,,-thrtrial l by jury and all other rights cl'pcrirai tract, by or(he vary treaty of Gaudalnpc Hidalgo, expressly friends, in opposition lo any thing like an tin. South and the co'intry' temporary quot.: But, This is plain langmge. The occasion demands erj, and coninMnce! their ravages downwards. i.

and property ai secured or recognizi-d in the'coo relinquished all claim lo all tetiitory comprehended stable and a temporary and, perhaps, hollow if himself pressed lo say what wou'cPbe' the it. It-is time to speak out plainly when To destroy? them__in the latter part of ihe .

.- titutioa as such of the territories United become State* are American n >ce sarilj territories void within the boundaries hcretoloie described ; whereby Iriice-an absolute adjustment they go for. proper and an effectual mcrie of odjus'ment, il every interest that a man or a people hold third week of July, carefully break off the I _
soon -
.- to it is 111 duty' ot the lederal g vernmait: to make the claim ol Texas became settled.and her That juiis-the Something th'it popular tumult cannot disturb.I would be difficult! for him, he said, lo indicate dear, is in danger ol Ijcing vThitlt"d and trilled, tops of all the cotton, together with the tops

curly provision f.flthe enactment of those laws which diction State ol and Texas authority should became not be iiindered complete.or diMuibed find, of Jute flint their patriotic spirit does it. The) North must cease their assaults upon j or bartered away, by a pack ungrateful .sous of main branches ; put them in a sack, and

tn yt> expedient and necessary to a.cureto the inhabitants by any authority whatever, in the exeici
; ofthe of and constitutional emigrant*, to such territories the lull such sovereign and supi erne power over all teuitorv i from the constituted: wisdom and power of the thai the} North would still continue lo goad the lhem. nnd slandering the good and true men ordinary seasons ; but should the latter part
benefit rights ert.
I 4. RctofcrJ That to protect property wB exitthip in within her limits as ma be lawfnllv eerciied by nation. J'outh and drive them lo extremities : and, in who are raising their shields for her sacred of June and the first of July! be wet, il may bo

the several State* >f the Union the people ol the eStates any other within sovereign its asceitainol State of the litisits.I conlederacy. ayes In lhi letter-writing age, I wish some of ihe that case, |he would say, fir the whole protection. Personally interested in the safety necessary break them ofTi few days sooner;
invested th federal government with the I 15. jifsnlcid, That all the u-rritnry within the ladies would; giVe I their views, in ppi.-tolary South, that they would set their house in order I of our wife; and children, und in the protection or, again, should the above months be dry, it

Mvver and* of navies war and, and ni-gnfutiou prohibited$ and to ot State Mistaiiuni autlioiitier.IB arnies -. limits of the State of Texas, being now slaveholdingterntmy communications, to t the world-.-..-saying lo t the not to die, but lo live. ( of our properly, all bound up in this issue, may be necessary to delay a few days later.

exernue of the same povvis. They tnadu no it is of vital mipoi lance to the Southern publichat is lost upon the ears of"ihosp WhOa :Mr.i Wii53TiR.: : in common with the whole we intend to speak plainly in their defence ; The lime can however, be a certainedt by

i iciiraination in th*" protection to be afforded 01tuc Staet! that no pottion of it should br transferred it? constrained by t the \\ ill of constituents or auditory, was deeply attentive to and afiee.ted and uhelher our words fail harshly on the ears I examining the tops of ihe cotton to see when
the the Federal Government,
denrnption ol property to tiedefended, nor was without to the jmi.idiction eillIcit dcclaiation 01 that the same shall by their own prejudice*. by Mr. mirvvvr.LL's speed Mr. WKB TCRJ of the scoundrel crew of Abolitionists Nor'h they have commenced cutting nn l then it is

it ali'Mved to the fetli-ril government to determine be slave territory in the hands ot the United Stale, This was a day of uncommon intrteM in J I had prevjrilv been acquainted with bun.I or the timid and craven band of Submission- necessary to pay prompt attention to the re
what should be held' as Whatever the
Sate: d.-al. with aq property projirly.the federal government as fully as il now i is in the hands ol Texas. the S'inate. Mr. WJBSTIK: : with his imposing I Mr. Cuv: hr.d not. :fier Mr. HAU.\VVILL isis South we care not. If a rnnn is devoid olsensf ceipt.P..

ic t b tunJ to recognize and delend as surli. Tliere- That noagtecraenf between the United States and person and manner, occupied the Sfiiale, took hU seat, Mr. CLAY came across the he is not responsible for erroneous judgments S.-SInco: the above was in type an
the formet of ol I he leti
Texas to -
Fire it m the (*ne ot this Cot vent ion that all arts i iton ol tar tne a refsion latter, sfn.uld di charire apart thtGi1'criiinent in a tone rather of appeal I than in&truciion' chamber! and requested an i lit roiltiet ion. ; if he is a Federalist and ConsolidatiouUt Ag"nt ot Mr. Sansing's having seen the foregoing

of tie federal government which tend ti .-nationalize of I Ihe United Stales Irons (lie obligations to admit and, without ain apparent display or oratory, Mr. UCTLCR introduced Mr. CLAY lo his colleague. in [piir.ciple, i.e is right to uphold measures receip', has ordered out hi* advertise

Crtiwiitatian property and of aii laws> ;dfscripiion of the States recognized or lh it discriminate tn the- into the Union four new State, to be created in I hi he gave his views, in reply lo M i. Son.;:, ina ; 'tl r. CLVY warmly congratulated! that merge supreme power in the CenIral men, consequently' we a'e incline I fo thinfc

tn the decree and efltciency ot the protection< to territory of Texas with the institution ol slavery. clear and distir.ft sperch, which obliterated him upon his efiort, and I hey rein .itted Federal Government, even ihottgh it this is the veritable remedy for which Mr. S.
should be nmlc in the atticle of
be avoided t tu it ur which weaken or destroy the and provision to preserve said obligation. cession the argument' ofthe i Senator from niUiuii< ; !landing, with clasped hands, and in cordial crushes the institutions of a, portion of the some time since obtained a patent right. '4

it'll'of' 4y citizen upon American territory ate |plain 1C. Jlenoleed, That it is the dnt> of the \\hfilfSdUlhtoo whom he treated v.ith t the utmost kindr.es interchange, of compliments, for some minutes people subject to that (; vc'rnrnerrtL Hut if Atlanta Intelligencer.T.MFA .

aid :i.livable vjalations the fundAmrnUl lauuder |>po!> t he altemptsot I he Northern fanatica, and respect. Mr. S. will!, when opp iUnityalloid ; to the delight of the Aorerr// /u iu the he is an intelligent Southern man. with Southern
triut: it exists
:5 Reed, Thai the avchntdtn! ; States ran not lo g. t po-j-ession of any part ol thcteiritory rishtliilly *, reply to t the personal and Kind appeal galleries-mostly ladies-all of whom, as I views of the limited powers of the General Fia., June 10tht 1350.

and will not minnitt to the enactment b> Congroes ofanv belonging ti Texa>, lor the purpose ol excluding which Mr. \Viivrri: add tested to him.Mr. slid before, are lor union, for conciliation, Government, and the original and reserved The Convention Delegates from the ser.
tt.eielrom ihe the South, did
I people ol ispecuih
i.tw untuning onerou conditions or reti' ints- the Tex-iiis iheinselvcs.I : i I'OOTK was obliged to enter into an ar haimnv,) if we can get it. rights and powers of the States as sovereign- era) Precincts of ihe county of IlilJsborougJi! ,

- u jun: the rights of masters to remove w ith their proprty I 17. Hi-mind, Tbat while !he position of Texas in gumfint lo show! his own consistency. !!< ti 'S, and jel pronounces in favor of the measures convened fur the purpose of giving an expression -.
into the territories of the United States to
UMV law making discrimination, in lavor ci' the or pio- the very breach I through which this assault will be had, at one time, approved; ol ).l r. I ITHNAN'S WASHINGTON, June 29. no\v progress-mg in Coigres: no logic or to the wishes of ihe people of lhe county,

ji.-it'tort! a,' other property against them.i. made on the constitutional rights ol the South, entities prop i.-itiuii ut 'lie :Missouri i Ii u i. I 1. Much feeling exists here in regard to the sophistry can rescue him from the doom ofa upon the subject ofthe removal of the Serni-
her lo the assurance ot cordial! and itsolutestipend
show that he could Su hens traitor to the
spoke to I not as a iii!
Irom e\-iy >laveh(>lding Sl.tc, t thi-se S.itej ; I movements ill New :Mexico i by I Ilvruiivf: auliiutiiy. -
government |>laii the #qu41> righn of the citizen; of the seerd I u
1 It.hetsflt and regardless ol their interest as to under Mr.l POI.K'S administration he induced for prejudices! (If long standing. We know PRESENT.Dde .
i S'-te* m Ht- territori, of the United, Slate and l lrffiuduK l. : the Texaus and I he United Slat s )
the power to make a disciiwitwtion between accept any jstitn of inouev as a cunsidtr.il mn for ad- Northern gentlemcii to ofirr it. :Mr.fliMCJiiT i it will'ua is tluught. lliiovx the how difficult; for instance, it is, for an oM Dernorrat aft's from th* Mznatce I'rccizct-Dr.
tnitling an enr>tnv within her I'Ktes, andtabli<: iruops, country Franklin Branch
. th<* proprietors of difiercul species of ; roieity | tticiea uti ong-hold ol abolition and a haruci tot lu- ; otiered il and it wa s. as \i r. I-'OOTI: into aMuch llame. who has fur twenty years been reading Juig'J.siih Gale

! nfe,1fial j ejit.Ution.; The fnfiilu t-iil oft Sir dntjt gitavtsIavt- .. shewed, ic is'ed' Sdu'hern IIHMI aul by Mr. anxiety exists in regard to the territorial Thos. Ritchie's paper, and taking hisdoctrines 1)eegtifesfrmn the Irhrpi&savsa Precinct
,v toe le gieatly ti. re- Jo Hovvell.
government William!
JS. Heto/ned, Thnt the tight of the PeoPle olTe.x C.VLIIOUAhosc sj'eecliesatid vole.s he ad and opinions as oracular and apostolic, soddeniy ? Ilandcock.JIrgatcsfror .
scheme ol
itie! the pejceol t'.ie c u'itr and tn all.iy the e\- ( ietiuns. The adjustment
to lorm, st the time. with the consent I die Mafia Precinct John
proper last -
ih'it old PaUnurus.! al
; i4Ier1ifl and excitement, wjnchnow exist b-t 1 wven 411 l that State, lout IKW rlaveholduig States, in inliii- I duced. tie St-nale is losing favor with the South and I to see a Parker.

the difit-rent i'eettorn of In* UiM-m. For it is the leon to Mid Slatenl Texaioul of the erritoi latteof .Mr. 1'ooTE was Mill willing lo vote! for it gaining il in no other quarter. Some weeks false! pilot, and is running the ship upon the

deliberate opinion ol this Convoution Mial the t lei- is clear and nnques'ionahle, and cannot be and would vote for .Mr.l Sori.i's: amen-imenl. it would have b-en passed in buth Houcs breakers hervey and treason. So of a Whig, Delegates from thr. Clear Water Harbor'
anre Co'i, reu-, hAs ii\en to the notion tIst.a'hritw federal ago, Priciacl Elins J. liar.
might b emplou-d iu-'identally and indirectly strengthened bj any taese legislative cosssti union or tint he insisted thai I fie outh: would be. de- > ; now, its fate is doubtful. bound up in the avnciafnms and pistons of -

to suavert nr waken the ii lttuituns evutiup giiaranlee.iy ItitoleeJ. That the whole legislative giaded by accepting a legislative guaranty of The Senate, jesterdiy, by the decided vote party ties. I5'it it is the duty of all such men, Delegtrfr* from the Ttirrpa Predict-John (

t muse Staterontcfxedlv beyond federal jnris'liclionmai power her t constitutional t rights, such as had been !! amendmn in times like these, lo take nothing on the Darling, Benjamin Moody.
of the United States Goveininent is derived from the of I 19 to :30, rejected M r. SOCLE'S The
ccnttrul, is a main cnu e of the discoid whirhtnsnacfix flue Nashville Convent lots. I He credit ofthe Let them stoly for themselves Coaven'iua vas* organized Lvj the appointment
Constitution and delegated lo Congress, cannot proposed, by j jlook !, luniting the Southern boundary ofCali- p1S.
the existence of the Un< MI, and which has of Dr.
be iuerea-ed diminished but amendment of the featuies of thi; q-restirn, and Franklin Branch President
or by an hi* Maud the constitution by the I great
will ui rh destroyed the eticieut actij ot the federal upon i lurnia; to the parallel of ;3G- 30. The yeas and J. Clerk.
envortmient t elf. the Constitution. vigor (which$ the rights of slaveholders were ] trace, to their fearful -results the causes in operation Dining
2'i.' HfHitettl, Thai the acquisition of I territory i bytlie and najs wen; as : After deliberation
::1 7. JlfsohcJ, That the perfo-mance: of thin duly carried into the territories ; and! which right* Herliien to change the whole structure of therovrrnrnPr.t mature the Convention
I I'mtcd States, wli t her occupied or vacant,either I JVfls.-Messrs. Atchi-MHjjIiarnwe-ll, -
] it teuied bv the fundamental taw ot tie Union and subvert the Ccnstittrion itself announced the following Preamble and ResohiMnns -
u'irche, or adds tiothnm lo tin would be only weakened by legislative enactmint. !
by conquest treaty IJutler Cle.nc-ns Davis of Ms isippi,
Th equality nf th j pe 'ple of the several States mmp I ; demands Northern! a> expressing lhe sense and dire ofthe
legislative -Congress, as granted and limited in obedience
power i iThe
>i4in* the Union cannot b? distuibed without disturb I lawson, Down*, Foote, Houston? Hunter, ofthe
in ihe Constitution.M. Fanaticism. Lei them vad their condition people county upon this subject viz. .
altercation Ion continued
the frame of the American institutions subspq:imi g Soule
1115 That the ol foreign law King, Mason. Morton, Ru kSebasMan, 'That
Jlttolrnl, adoption a the of
Tnts principle is violated in the denial of the citizens ; liclvve ed ceded Yulee I 9.iuy.s.Mt'ssrs. .
I'xistmzat I the time in territory puicha ,or Turney. and which the Seminole Indians '
ot thr lt"c'>'ildni States of to enter into address of the Southern Convention manifested as ex
: ; power aid in the a
I iKvjs.) this It
trranted, is the exercise of legislative pow-r, and : : : OX was upon poitt.:$ ] Uidger, Daluwin: Dell, open,
the with the in their bosoms
territories towards the
acqi'itedn Uting
r property lawfully I and each for himself determin", people-
rannot be dune unless the law is of such u chara 'er was animated, and sometimes verging
the Sta'es. The warfare against this i is very Ilentou Cass Cliuse. Clarke, Clay,
Bright ; ,
a i ), this State by their and)
be enacted by Con res-i under i the sacrifice ties and wanton unprovoked
war the r-mstitution. The defemiei of thi as might rightfully towards personality and hostility, but ended iu whether it is belter to party aggressions -
upon Mausachuselts Dayton
Constitution without ref'eteuce to its Cooper, Corvviu.Ddvisof of Iit which
jue-existence July
and for and oM associations hostility seven
ri ht. ideiiJiTt affections prejudices men
are ofthe consiitulion. Thot-ewho mutual good temper. IJoth \vereI'vidiMilly ,
as a fureiirn law. !! Dickinson, Dodge of Wisconsin, Douglas, of kindness conciliation! and forbearance
deny or impair it* exercise, are unfaitlitul to the animated, I li-e i or to aid by apathy or open hostility years
most seuit its
21. Ilfsolcetf, That the alledsed piinciple rf the by paliiotic rue j Jones Miller
ctnttifutian, and if disunion t il-nvf| ,. the destruction } heidi, Green, Hale, I Hunlin: Southern the consummation of have filled to soften or mitigate, renders it absolutely
law of nations recognizing, to home extent, the pc-r- and both professed the most ardent attachm j I Shields to the cause,
cfttie tight Ihev the disumonuts.S. Norri Pratt. Seward, ,
?, that the said Indians should
RdtnlteA That the performance ofits duie) pet lIy of |4ireign laws in existence within a tenitirv -'iit lo t the Union, not only in t their own behalf Wal-s i t the deep wrongs ;and mighty desolation with necessary .
the of its Smith, Sturgeon: Underwood, Upham, be at retrnved to their in the
at time acquisition by purchase ciniiitit of Fanalicisn will surely once own country
which the
swan the firuiple we dt-clare, would enable Con- but iu I that of i heir comts itiir'rits. No victory
] or treaty cannot, under our Constitution and \\alker, Webster, and Whitcomb-30. West. Their removal is desired because it
gies Co retnov-ihe emh rraxsme-its in which the j man \\lio ever appeared in Iris been blist this Southern Land.-Ci>!umbus (Ga.) I
t 1i'rm of government RO to the extent of continuing Congiess is inJicatiou ofthe strength
But this vote no : ; the
C,nntrv i* now invulved The vacant territonecof is only means by which they can be preserved
in force, in such territory, any law thai could not be moie ahiused and mistaken by i the Northern Times.
- tfce United Stutes, na'onz" resardHi as priz (br'' of f (the bill. Thu best estimate! : at present from certain destruction and our fron.- a
dircctlv eractcd vittiuM.f the
*ection rapacitv and ambition would tie pradnal- by Congress by novversi pit's*, and a portion ofthe! t Southern press, t than The
ly occupied by inhahitantu 4racn to than !hv their Mr. FCOTI:-who, I may be allowed to say, the bill
23. Rftolrn, Tbat no power of doijis aiiv art 01j I I ofiho Vice President ii; regard lo dates within | warfare.Thenlore.
and The The the latest are
interests feelings. ttutions fitted to rer-ipts to
ba his here social and tip I
thine bv ol the Denartmentsof Guv < vvtin: way to a high inlinrited it.
anv out eminent,
j is uncertain, fr hhas never th" of the
them would be naturally applied by I people of HiI]
gavetninont- county if
t can be based upon the principle of any foreign law political rank notwithstanding his occasional .. President's 31)). 127: bales of the lowest estimates lately
formed on Am-rican ideas and approved b> the Smite assert that he is for the borough desire the General Assembly of this '
the bevond what exists'insuth
of laws ol nation,
libetate choice of their constituents The or %(vehemne He is nowvell tlti..u'1PtouKl.! as the formed for the Last at the lime '
ewntnanity for season.
he adjust. year
1 Depait) merit under I Ihe Constitution ofthe t Umtid i plan, auJ others will vote State, to pass an act at their next session, directing

reimMican would administration be educated in and liabits disciplii of c1-gOVern-under a ( tatet-. without lelerence lo ouch foreign law 01 the a man of imptil-e, but uhosc impulses ate alway5 ment scheme. The discussion ol (the general the receipts were within about ninety-five the Governor of lhe State lo cause the

tttent, and fitted for an association as a Stale, and j laws of f naticns.j in a light diiection.IIU merits of the bill has been commenced by Mr. I thousand bales of the aggregate for the year Indian lo be forthwith removed to the lands 1
I 24 />HrfiThat slavery exi-.t< in thf United I I i colleague, Col. DAVIS has been
tn theenjuymet of a plar i in the coiifeiWac A j generally JOHN DAMS, who is giving the Northern that assigned them Vest of tho Mississippi River
i Elates independent of the ('onstitul iuuuu. That it i favorite with the andSouth. ending September 1st. It is possible
4B03Qmttui1v so formed and otiraniTed, taieht well a presNoilh I able amij
[ t he Const itutton in I th'eefold ieu'hin opposition to it, in a very and that the said act provide the means necessary
recognized by B ;aspecl.
Claim dwi* Kin to the Union arid none would dispute But Mr.l DAVIS has had, of late, good that there the aggregife this year will go over two millions -
j first as property second a--a domestic relation ol j candid nnnnr. No one pretend to carry the same into execution. In accomplishing
the validity M the claim ira&ou to complain! of tie! in some in.stances. I i ol bales, but hardly rui't' hile. I It t is our
0. /tfAO/reJ. That a rfoijmtian of thi principle | service or labor under the law of a State, awl lasllv press is any alternative to the adjustment schema, I this desirable measure the people .
as a basts of political povvei. Anti viewed in any or Col. DAVI poured out his complaints impression now thai it will not vary fifteen
U\d\ he I the California
. w deprive t questions between Texa; and hut a convulsive efi'jrt to ptss of Hillsborough rely with confidence the
OuiteJ i all ol the-e lights. Congress has no power under the i in umm-aMired terms t bales either from that quantity. upon
the Slates of their sectionil character and against newspapers and do elss.Jist thousand way,
bill itself nothing and assistance of their sister
Constitution co-operation
it counties
lo create
or by
: destroy anywhere; not
would leave them for adjustment without disturbance and letter writers, who had represented held in the Recent accounts from Liverpool relative to the
such be derived from foreign ,
can powei laws, conquest evening, a meeting was throughout the State.
upon considerations from the sectional<'f magnanimity prejulires and and justice.passions, eessi'in,t reaty or the laws of nations,nor from him as a distinituitt. I He had t the grace, Hall!) of Representatives" by the nj 0inters of cotton market, are of the most extraordinary I In the meantime in case the Central. Government

rny other source but an amendment to the Constitution however, to particularize, and to iut at a admission character. The present deficiency in the supply -
30. Jifrohed, That a r mgnilion of this principle p I ihe I Iou! * would iufu e a spirit of conciliation the itself. "base I Illusion," who had misiepre-senteo all other i of the raw material, might be a par.ial .
ill iicn *- from
order efiecf
25. JtciioJrrd, That the Constitution confers no California, separate lo lh"5r. trnoval, or the United _ _
? power upon Consrest to regulate or prohibit Iheaule measures. The meeting was fully : I I II States troops bp withdrawn from Florida, then .
due. which affUrd a guarant ot an early and I being a disuiiionist and he would with but in the fire of the most?
and transfer of slaws between the Slates. answer il, the bill and to get along ;
tatWactorv di'terrai'iation. I and it was tleteruiiufd to press I it will be the duty of the Governor of lhe Stain .
20 ItrsoIceJ, That the reception, 01 consideration with a tsiosiuis\ liable. I Il I he bad a sui>erti- I Next wei'i the ;! unfavorable: season regarding the new crop.
I It. Rftnfpfd That in the all haz-nd !
event a d'tmirant ma- ). Si it:, at j lo organize and place upon the frontier a military
jority chatl refuse to recoinizp the qn-at conxtitu1tisnil by Conzres* of ie o'ntion, memorial' or petitions, lion), it was a superstitious reverence (for ihe action will commence. The deed j U to be ever7experienced, we see the manufacturers force sufficient for iu proleclion.*'
tie Slates iu which domestic s'.dvc does
$ not
rights we assert, and shall continue to deny j ttitU y Union I may hero remark, t tlr.it in the of England apparently uuhiTerent as to any
It (lie opinion, its
he i'cdcra exint, or from the people ol said Stoics, in relation done on Wednesday. was Ordered, that the proceedings of this Convention
obligation* ofthe fjovernment to maintiinthcin.it the institution slaves where it doe with thronged assembly, these was a measure of ? bill further advance in prices, and working literally
is the sense ofthi conv, ntinn thut the to v eNit t, the meeting that the Senate a-ljuMrnent be signed by the President and Clerk,
view of its abnlitinn, the applause! at this remark JIITIKSOX: DAVIS) from hind lo mouth. They evidently
a fleeting nr impairing : Southern
territories fbould be tr *ate>iaKproiertvand| dividedbetween could not t pass the Ilouae, as many and that the Newspapers ofthe State are respectfully _
rights of lhoe inlei -nted in it, to its peaceful and and then was another at a striking the look for a break-down among holders here-
the sections of t the L'niuu, so that the rights interj ctiou were against it. It would require requested to publish the same-al- -
of both si'ction be adequatel ecured in their tea1"ectie secure en jov ment, if agiosahu-e and an entire perversion I ol FOOTI:, ---when retmrkitig, a votes of the Southern for some unfavorable change in our money
of t the right of petition as secured h> t the upon nearly unanimous support ordered that a manuscript copy of these proceedings
y hares -That we are aware this course is that thai will holders to disgorge
statement his the compel
federal constitution and if ted in and newspaper upon vote ,
pem mu-l members (to I it. be forwarded lo the Governor and tim
toprave objections but carry
open we are to
ready acquiesce
will lead to the most dangerous and lamentable quedioti turned-he exclaimed, "tlod; induce and their stock in the market. They appear i
cone grant to put
in the adop'ion ol the line ot 30 deg. 30 mm. M r. CL. Y attempted yesterday, President of the Senate and speaker of tho v
latitude, extending to the Pacific orean. as an my hO Senate (to agree that the vote on engrossment House Representatives of the General Assembly

extreme conces ion, upon considerations ol what is' designed grievances to as enable provided the citizens fur by the of the Constitution United States was be saved !" The feeling of the \vh ta comrnuuity ( of the bill be taken on Wednesday(] lo control enough of the crop to give us ofthe State. ** >

ce1o 12. the Retolerd stability, That,inur it tilutions.is the opinion of this convention lo manifest and nuke known to Congiesf the exig of visitors here is in favor of the Union. next. Rut it was found lhat: many speeches any control of prices, and undoubtedly the expect intereist On motion c.f E. J. JIart, the Convention _ _

hat I his controversy should be ended cither core ot evils tinder which they were suffering, lobe made on the subject, and it is not to retain that influence over planting then adjourned "sine die." kt

tiytt recognition of the con titutional rishts oftl.c whether afWling them pejoonally, lorallv or gene- J5ut let us turn to another and graver scene. certain were that the vote can be obtained, before of (tie United States, which Iris heretofore FRANKLIN R1ANCI!, P.esident. .

Southern people or (by anequilalde partition of the rallv and to cause such evils lo be redicssHd by the Mr. H.\RN\VILL the successor of Mr KLMonn House has acted. been so profitable. The money power J, DASHING, Clerk.
and competent authority, but was designed the
territories -That the sprrtac'e ol a confederacy a mean inflicting
or as injury
states in which involved the American in quarrels arms over wete the crowned fruits ofa with w
gloriii hutnitssttn. That the incorporation nl the if their rights, whether exnting under the il r. UAUNWILL: is apparently an elderly man. a few days: since, was convicted iu the Muni among the nrtnufiirturers and capitalists the 'devil' as soon as xve homo with his

\Vilmot Proviso in the nfl'er frttlement, a proposition Constitution or under the sovereignty and authority and] in good preservation. He left the House Court of an offence for which Judge of those iMlies, that almost anything they get I
of the several Stales. cipal I
which fourteen regard honorable nf is accomplished. We can- mouth full of-copy, copy, copy-and with
-Jisparaginiiidi| undertake
; 27 Ilefoloed, That it is the duty of Congresi to KeprCM'iitatives as early as 1633-seven- IJigloxv sent him to tha House of Correction. u- .ily

this, is degrading to the the countr A of termiali"nto th" confederacy provide cllcctual means of executing the 2d section tech years ago-..during which lime he cannot Just as patrick was stepping! into the coach, riot cope with that power at present. We his mouth full of it he must have marc 'copy.* -
controveyby disruption
or by the abandonment ol the territories to of the -1th atticle of the Constitution relating to the be supposed)) to have been much addicted lo his legal adviser approached him and whispered cannot get up such combinations, and are sadly Throat, eyes, mouth, full of du>t-tired, I

prevent such a result, would be a climax to the restoration of fugitives from service or Ubor.Callage. speaking in deliberative bodies. IIis i person something in his ear,-the nature of t which I l deficient: in capital ; but the lime is not far bothered, jaded, yet the importunate 'devil*

plume which attaches to the controvert, which ilU is fitie and veiy erect, and his manner gentlemanlike. reader will divine by Pat's answer which distant, and is rapidly approaching, when we .
From the have
fl'infer the first must
of ;
the duty of to avoid. July for cotton but copy
paramount congress He shews as fine a set of teeth asWIHSTIU'S in dicisivn lone : shall not only es'ablish prices I
13. /JrWreJ That this convention will! the first September, cabbage seed of ail was rendeied a very '
not lo *
con- little to after It i is an Editor's day mare, this continued
and his shall! have comparatively spare,
through finei'ye. had
world !
glasses the
elude that Conetess will adjourn without making an the late varieties be in the "round a Nol a chit !-yc ihafe <
adjustment of this controversy and in the condition for winter Winter may cabbage put Med His drees, is plain black. His voice is been workin' the haflfas hard lo gil me supplying our own manufacturers, for those of draught upon him for copy copy.' Draughts I

of the questions this convention docs not
erty to discuss the rneas. tea suitable, for a rcsmtanceuf : planted turnips beams with benevolence and the of hi ould nipul of England can, by any management,
shape I hits in this c.irl
laws involving! a dit-honor of the Southern States. they will head finely if the soil is pood, wiili. .tilE', I wudn'l dirthy extend the cultivation of cotton in frequently cannot meet, and then cones a pro .. ;
is intellectual.Mr. .
that or
14JletoeleJ, That the boundaries ol f the State of It is have D'ye mind that !-son o' the promote
out transplanting. just as easy lo now it had better set about it at test. The protests he U the laziest -
Texan are defined in the treaty of May 14th IS'Jfi;, I Nixt time I'll be ittiis' that ould the East Indies,
firm head to have the long blue HAKNWHLL'S speech was a perfect are I'
cabbajTO, as
ye be lost editor in the State and the
signed by the President Texas and the members ol todefiud and sure once. There is not a moment to a< printer protests hai
collard and who does not prefer it ? InIransplntitini specimen of classical oratory. It was brief grey-headed gintleman
the thereof the of Great Britain depends
on one and existence
pztt Authorized I II the commercial i is kept waiting for editorial ,
representatives ofthe Government of Mexico : fall cabbage let the soil be rich I and though evidently unstudied, it was pro- sure ye'd be gittin' no more o'me patthronuge sufficient of the copy. ,
the other hnd forth the fount! I afraid for the nade iv it,-och, ye pal- upon a supply Copy, indeed Haw cen any one
on part setting lines of and mellow, and plant to the first leaf on (hetalk. am to touch it. led I should, ifyez starve other than the United copy

demarkation in the following wordslo wit : The ( The common collard can be made to even in my own estimation, do injustice lo it. tilt)' \\iitty-Jbjngfr don'l be liodtherin'n me jut t from some with source indifference any thing from his bruin, when there is nothing ,
line shall the mouth oft he moontbVjourney States. We look perfect upon
rommer.ce etuary or thra
Rio Grande, r.n the western bank thereof and ki.all bead finely, Ly taking; offllio tap root und Hut I call your attention to the philosophical as yez see I'm lo start on a cflorl made in England lo obtain a to copy ? Not an idea there sir, yet tho"dfvil'

pursue the !ame bank up the said river, to the point planting it deep. The great enemy of the view which he gave of the causes which !".Boston lice. supply any of cotlon from any other part of the says he must have copy.V'e do not -.

wherethe river assumes ttC name of 5 Io Brave Del fall cabbage is ihe green worm. We have have led to the higher ground, of late years, United States and whatever :

N'orte, from which point it shall proceed on the ftnind a fier use of lime and ashes dusted into taken by the South in regard to slavery. How to Exterminate RoicJies.-Sprinkle! world but the result of efFort; made it cannot wonder so many editorials have so little in .
aid be the -
western back the bead-water rf any
aid river, it being ta understood that the* or term source Rio the head lo be a great preventative, but a coop These views were i.itendfd lo carry out a re- corn meal in a plate, covering the entire surface may effect us materially. It U, however probable ihem.

Grande and Rio Bravo Del 1 !Corte spply !to end designate 01 chickens in the surest remedy. We find marl: ofJMr. WKHSTCU, hi hi; speech of Ihe7lh and over that sprinkle povvdfred sulphur tint ny falling otTin Great Britain, for 1 No rest for the wicked, and so an EJitor'

one *nd the same t-'reara. From theaourrt. ofthesaid f I thai the cabbage, like the turnip seed, ma- Maich, to which speech he p.iid a high not BO much as to cover entirely the meal our cotton caused by receipts from other [parts must fill in this class when (Ihe devil wants
-iver,the principal head branch beinp taken curlier raised in latitude. compliment.: (Understanding, and fully -
(urea by being a higher ap- '
to ascertain that source, a due tioilh sine shall be M r. HAKNWKLL'H view I will but lightly. Then place shallow! vessel o. of ilia world, would give a greater impetus to copy-for ihere is no lest for him. ,
that predating
There few only
are plants enter so within limits
run until if shall iiiimcct the line established the consumption of this article our 4
boundary In few Copy I shouts the little ConrounrJyou
a imp.
and described in the Ire.ty negotiated by fnd largely into the daily consumption: of our peo- say that they fully explainedihe reasons why saucers containing water near by. and rather hasten than retard the downfall

between the government of Spain and the povcrntnent I pie, as the cabbage tribe, and when it is PO the South had Ifiken n high ground. Mr d.tys the roaches will disappear. This has of the in manufacturing sir, I'll copy the impression,' ofa hickory

was iubsenuenlly of the United Statei ofthe North ; which line easy to raise (he blanched and delicate leaf WEBSTER had merely glanced at the (licl, and been tried and found cficclu-il., -Scientific( which that country supremacy has so log enjoyed.JV. .- on your shoulders! if you 'press' so for copy.
transferred lo and adopted in the hereafter the given one reasun. Mr. HAKNWELL admitted
eat und
will tough
treatyof limits made between the ol who stringy mcricaiii 1' Herald. Take this and go.-Hornesi's ty ,

Mexico and that of the United Slate ;government and franz this collard !Columbus Ln juircr. the fact, und the reason, but adduced otha _

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Public Meeting;. ij'JC) flori! inn & jfournal The Canvass. Letter from Major Eeard: .l.tilctionf. and desire I.> meet al Southern upon by others or not has but little, ,,0 dos} wh i

At a meeting of a portion of the citizens of Political! scriblershave already! ctsarne:ccd men as brolis on the SoJhtrn p'a f orm." the matter. It will b, the same retool! *
G&dsdcn County, held In tho Court Room' in -- In the self! clion of their cnndMafe, the op- Macon whether le is acting ti u) ;,
R. B. HILTON I & C. E. DYKE iheirdiity work misrepresenting :ur dt'preo. nobly spiJ en.I to ihs (Ii eat')
the town of Q'iincy,1'rthe' purpose of respnnd.ing position hC cerfiul.fhuwn more wisdomlinn r of his own mind or under the tni3"Udiin.: ; ;
to the proceedings of tho Southern Coneution EDITORS AXD PROPRICTORS._._ : dating Maj. Gerard, the Democratic cindid.ite lev|; did two years ::; Politically.!! Major I Florida Indians-Troops "Withdra-am-lfo HIlt ice of others." m';
.. .
-- ------
J. ---- ------ -- -- -- 'fur Conl'es'TJms far Editors Beard ; ;
convened -- --- -
\ lately) at Nashvillc,1)r. of Whig is infinitely: less vulnerable: 11:1 the Removal! Yet Taylor: i is th3 mm who

M. W. DAVIDSON was called tll .thc, Chair.N. Saturday, July 13, 1850. papers, with oe exception, have had ray much last TnloCwf inJard! bearer, though i like: Ihat We call the tlnliol of our r(adl'r to the I i the South : His was to secure
H. SrEw Secreturyof .. I lit has l the jiuice. name it was'that!
to 'boxed
N. act -
+ ART requested as ---- --------- --- ------ I fur their characters worthy i.ldl iuat: also + was
--- -
-- -- ----- '- ---- regard to i
engage ii these of the ciuens ofU in
the meeting. DEMOCRATIC !;OIlX.\TIOX. rompiss." I permitted to p,inl to different; epochs meeting :hough, f.j to be held up as a guaranty to the_ South tblt
: labors. But their!
The Chairman having explained' the objectof filthy correspondents, hose in his. career, he will lie able to suit 'lation to the removal of the Indians from the |her riltl.'fourl: be obtained/ without 'the ,

the meeting in a few pertinent remarks, of Stockton. Gon. no Pinch consideration. One tll! the first and If information be. bis [In the
motion P. A. Esq., Dupoat our' clrt'cl. political surely nut more so than their condition and allahassee

one of the Delegates to the Nashville Conventicn MA.T. JOHN BEARD. most unprincipled: of these personal! attacks, temperature ha varied from lukewarm lo I the I 'hciimstaii'rcs of the ease demand. They meeting, a meeting called with

was requested to read, for the infur. I boiling point upon te! sliding scales of both1Vbiy out respect to party, whig speakers, one'them
-- is made! by a writer in the Jacksonville lie. ask that the State
rid the Peninsula of thesavages
oration of the meeting the' series of Resolution and Locofoco; r. In '-JO he was 11:1 now I before! the: j ubiic{ f for office,
co- Owing to the crowded state of our col. ptjbIican.'c refer to his communication hat who! to the of the life : were
adopted by the said Clnvt ntion. The a gbrious whig, and threw up his with a.* great danger so far forgetful of the proprieties ol\he

reading of said Resolutions having been concluded umns today.vo have been compelled t to omit not for the purpose of dignifying it by expo. mIdi zest, and huzzieil l will as mIl!t vigorfor ofthe whiteinfrst/ it. They call upon other as to launch forth in fulsome! occa.siori .

on motion of Dr. Richard Jarrof, a several coamiutiication, already illl type, with sing its mal-statements replying to i s asscrlion "Tippecanoe and I Tlor, 110," as the best!1Ifu counties for their aid and co-operation in this i laud tiolU
committee of five was appointed{ to draft Rev.olutionsoxprerMvc the f'rllcl t Ji:1 of the liar, and) Court in reference Their absurdity is such as to impose Whether this be a recommendation: or !i I I j j'Ht enterprise. Will not tho \\noo! State I Taj lor, the slaveholder, assuring the
of the tense ofthe meetingin not, is a Ilal'r yet to be deter ipmed ; it would' I I people that !o long R'4 he trap in the Chair
to the lamented Ilrockrnbrough, 5cc. on no one. Of course, then, if the con. out
speak and
decisively !
reference to the action ofthe Southern Con. !( rather doujjtful from the experience of! emphatically and I of State the South: had
-- ----- -- ----- 'C'1 nothing lo fear.
ductors of Whig presses choose to give them the last ,' l).' critiufriends I ay that these people shall find A
vcntion lately held at Nashville. Plank Road Barbecue. contest. C suppose our : : I no longer a Southern Contention was of

Which committee consisted of the follow.inf. 'ee/ requested to state that the Pl.ink currency in their columns, we have no ob. will say that .t)'. 0Ie3 should be by. I home within our limits-crippling, as theydo The people of New Mexico I course useless! I

gentlemen, to wit : Dr. Richard Jarrof ; Road Meeting and Uarbecne will take place jection. Such a mode of po itical warfare gones"-Major Beurd is note a Democrat) of I by their presence the energies, and blight. it seems,
S. B. Stephens, Esq., P. t1'. U'live. Esq., It. the Jefiersonian} ilk dyed in this wool and themselves prefered a Territorial GoY .
shows the shifts rn.menl.
which in
at Newport on the loth, instead of the 17lh only to men resort ing the and checking the! advancement .
E. Gibson, Esq., and J. W. Poindexter, Esq. "dipped in the piece"( in concentrated South In Convention held last fill the
The committee having retired) for a time, re. inst., as inadvertently published in the last their desperate exertions lo uphold a sinking Carolinriism. Very likely. The tn'ht'io.. of one of the finest portions of Florida ? stood 'fitieen for Territorial and four for rota

turned and reported the following preamble Sentiuel. caus'j. Taylorism is defunct in Florida, as lent partisans: : at nil l lim:,, are the recruitsfrom What has become of Gen. Taylor's fine State GO\,:rnment. S" the a

and resolutions which were unanimously! a. elsewhere in the South, and effurls'to breathelife the ranks of 11f opposition. I hold promises-of Mr. Cabeli's assurances lo the Times says Richmond

doptf-d. to wit : From Washington. into its dead body by depreciating: the true iu politics, in religion, /nt in all mattersof I penple! of Florid that these Indians a whig paper. But it seem ihat l
In t of ] The latest intelligence from Washington! faith and that rabid .- were to executive and Cabinet influence have
WHERCAR, periods great political ex. and talents and practice, most t are nt lenb!
of he
popularity, consistency, ( be
ctfement, it is just and right that the people in is only to the 3j instant The Senate wa I ho renegades who have chalcr their allegiance. taken off? The same mail that brings to prevailed.

primary meetings >should express their opinionin still engn;ed in discussing i the Compromise Democratic nominee, do but exhibit a consciousness Ullraism is considered necessary as us Billy Bo wlegs' refusal to emigra'e, informs i The Times asks :

relation to the official act of their public Hill, but when the final question would lie on the put of the Whigs of lire a tea t of &ilct'riIJ'0 believe, however us of the arrival at New Orleans of the 7thIufantty i Above all whrt has
servants : And whereas, at a Conventionheld profound *.deep" of odium into which thfc Administration Major Beard to be the !least \ulne/slll., and I ; excuse the Cabinet
I taken ii: that body on ;its p-issago: no one cou! at Nashville in J un' last, for mutual) ad- and 1 perhaps, altogether: the rn.jl unexceptionable
with its Galpliinisms l:
\ec"i- thai} have been ii Florida Mexico n State after it has
vice and the interchange: of sentiment designed i tell. The correspondent of the Charleston! man in the State, tint the Democracy could) : -artillery companies deliberately de.
live Provisos has sunk. And they feel that Glared its for
to promote that harmony: of feeling and Courier says in regard to its passage : have placed in nomination. Ile bus been I but being alone left fl the capture of' the preference he lerritoriatformf!

unanimity of action so essential in securingthe I 'Theopponents ofthe, hill North and/ ) South as asTavlomm goes down, Mr. Cabell, one of littln in public, life, and consequently has had i savages Lrerp we not assured, that by persuasion The Co!! Monroe'b new application: soon to be made under

civil nnd of the slavehold. its main in Florida: can not remain but few for brnTI lug politically. 1 au-p-ces ought to be consideredas
political rights may dismiss their fears as to its pav I c.- props opportunities or frcf. these savages: were to be removed hating been extorted] under
log States of the Union, such rneasurns were I The House will never piss it, even if the Senate standing. Hence they eluink, back from a In all the relation, of private !life, personal all1social ? Why) i is it not done 1 Our citizens Congress shou'd! proceed /wm, and
proposed to the South as in the juJgment of do. he is a gentleman witho 1''I\h.-! perform duty
wanted) the
Clay to get vote to. defence of their delcnreless President, and of were fast in cold in conformity!; with the real wishes
year murdered What of the
this meeting arc adapted the ctisis : There- morrow, but I do not think hrt it before Our personal : is very limited, but !
can get" the Free Soil of his Cabinet: makepersonal ujHilallc. people! and with all established "
to ,
policy has become of the 1 precedents.
fore be it far that know murderers ? Have
next week, and then the efforts of its opponent so as Cll'fJ', we they
I. Resolved That the, Address forth I and calumnious! attacks upon the can'diddle !him I I ." bt What say you people of Florida; Whigs
put by will) be to lay it on the table 11 Ir. King, mItt b'ora J ) en hung ah J punishment for their deeds,

mid Convention is moderate and dignified: intone I of Alabama, now control the (fate of the bill, L' of their opl'oornts-lrnping, we sup- A few days ago a friend p.t into my hands I and a warning to others? Not at all. The) and Democrats, to application by General

true in its I historical part sound in di, the Senate. If h.'o'es it he I to fink him Taylor and his Cabinet of
t j in again t as pcsn, by misrepresentation as lowas the Florida Whig of the, 29th June, containing have ben sent to the West, (paid to far this Executive
trine, and in strict accordance with the spirit J, of the Constitution. It i is (he sense of this I will I b" lost and, if for it, the result de. L : an article on the "Snwannee, COf\'en. aught we know !) and the! rest of the nation you willing iu

meeting that such an Address is eminently I pendon the ;ca..tin'ote, ofthe Vice Prc may&idc/t./ LI I there may 1 be no f'USOI to prefer the former tion," foam which the above paragraph is left in quiet behind, until they shall begin the I see a country, nine tenths of the population

calculated to do good where reason and a spiritof i The bill may yet be so amended as to com'rnand to the latter. taken. I bloody! work of butchory ; to be atoned for bv of which are flee negroes: and Indians, ad.

justice arc not destroyed by the ravings oJ: a m-ijority in the Senate, but, this } milled as a State' into the American union
by Now, if it please :lr. Cale1s friends, (for The courteous a-.d: l literary editor of the transportation-when they are cavglit ,
fanaticism. j will) be I with her free
means, more ceitainly in the or Indian Senators
2. Rewlvcd, That he, Resolutions of said ll'iiise. we suppose he is to b,. the! candidate of the Whig i is so complimentary to me in reference We believe that the Administration has not negro and
The state of fueling in Congress is .
Convention meet our cordial approbation an-I'J :; uufivorablc] to any a I tlc side of :
are entitled to our undivided *upj' 'rt ; they are :j jsucb to alai: legislation.! I'i!i \\ i -then, be i so. Little' a" are such contests feel the. more mortified to find, that he coiiMd-1:: to emigration. No. no I has other use for by your delegation ? Iflb. 1'1'011. ,
of I pect pleases you, we will be silent. II i
as any Republican any parly can I The correspondent! of the Journal of Commerce lo our taste, we shall not hesitate to meet ers me a"* renegade" /i in $ ; and were j', 'the troops who were to remove them. Free I II look yotr
i it
con6cienr5oti' adopt as hiv 0" n. It is the lutic upon with indignation and unconipni.
judgment! of this meeting that the, Union is i1). I of the 29h; June says : "It could not)1)j i them, I )ground that they may choose. i it not notorioui, that the of the Whig I I i I S'Ji battles: are to be fought in the Northern rnising hostility, i i'i it 't proper that: without .

destructible! !o long as the Government i is ad. to-day, get eighty votes in the House." The j If evading n !principles! and loosing sight of party: with the "noble OU! H-irry of theVest" I II I I part .Texas. A Southern State is to he respect to let
r 1 party you your feelings f Uf
minifrtered :in the tpirit of said Resolutions. same vtiiter sathat slictilJ the adjustment 'j j1 tIll conduct of the two p'ulies, they prefer to I \ at their head: are .rene ':\h>;" froth prevented by force from establishing her nuthority known ?

3. Resolved, That the{, act of slid Conven-I bill be defeated, there is no doubt that Tans 1, ;make. an issue upon the personal: merits of thetrv0 j 'the Sln'e. Rights Democratic 'urty, I fho'iki! I i'' over her ter.ifoFlorida! must be :j I I -
tion. tis published to the world, have the '
brand of falsehood! upon the assertion p-it Ih tt it i will absorb tide Mexico." If to, (and \\ hoI r I 'I candid He;, we are prepared for that i"ue, feel quite ilcon llhf.! I take comfort, how-1'i 'left to sufier-that Free Soil may triumph. | Justice! with a Vengeance!!!

was to b<' a body disorganizing: in its tendencief :I''doubts! it ?) tliis! i is another powerful reason1; take what *hjie it or'y. As frq'JJlicalios .: ever, from the reflection that the editor of the We sincerely hope that the meeting which j'i 'I he South having contributed about seven.

and having: in view as iu object the dissolution f I why! the South should be united as one rmn, ; whether reference be Lad to talents for "peaking : Whig could! intend no reproach by applying h is been held in HilUborough, wiii be t followed j tenths of the men by whose- slur, pnmrss

of the IVderal! Cni+)n. l heart J and soul, in Coiigrets and out of Con. : fr (what i K far more il/orlall) talelt for !', to me a tl that l fits! so many of his political J by others! thro'i huut the State ; and that I and blfii.d, the new territory was obtained1trorn .

4. Rcsolrcd, That we lire fully sensible of l' gross, to defeat that: iniquitous scheme, the !; business! we fear not, a comparison between i. (friendi. ) Florida will tn\e' her cause into for own hands. Mexico: ; and having: furnished her full!}
the Talu of the Union: s''J long as it carries i t' I
out the J legitimate ends cf its ibrnutioii, and so ]11 passage of ,which will not only dislUr"ulmr( ) i i ii Maj. B"ard and Mr. Cabell. As to their But the editor of the Whig; Ia'Lpell misin. She once Lad,' a Governor, all of whose ever i bare (and lar more) trthe treasure by which

long we hall t bj as firm and as decided as any i! Texas, but rob her and the South of New 'character and habits, whether political or so. !. 1 ).mer as to my political course i 1 1 IS 1.1 I:1 i iI gies and enthusiasm woud! have found fit I the expense of the aeci"i sit on was defrayed,

in! fcustaining! its perpetuity.fj. I Courage, friends, and we will at1:I cal; in public or iu private, life, we challenge: I that time I had been living in Florida at St. j land agreeable' employment! in the patriotic are we unreasonable! iu supposing her entitled

Resolved, That x\e consider the S tutli.rrn ,. least prcseno whit is already our own, if we investigation [the most 1 thorough, and inquiry I I' Augustine: only a rear ; and trW-gh I made j'j work of relieving her of I his grievous nuisance. .t lo enjoyment and povsesMcn- of It portion n.f f

States grown to a slate' of manhood, able I do not defeat the fanatic in appropriating{ ':the I most srarchin If either has reason to no fuss, was so notorioushere that I was in Alas for I.cr-ht' is now in retirement the land! thus obtained ? Having borne more
and willing! to protect theui!elves, allll we hurl l I
hack, with scorn and contempt, the insolent I every foot of the Mexican conquests' to their shrink from such a scrutiny, it is not h.whom favor of the Democratic (candidates that I am New Mexico.-Another----- ---- -blow- --at the South. than a !alf"flh..I.lJrttlru04' i is she io*".*enerousiir

tfln>whether uttered in Cougio or out of I own use. the Democrats ptcaenl to the people of Flori- sine the good people o the .Ancient City I New Mexico in obedience to the well unjders'ood I asking 'tor lcs>* than a half of rhe gains ? Too

it, that we srlllllll chastised into Milmission.C. / dot for their suffrages.B would laugh lo hear it as-erted gravely that wishes of Administration: acting Missouri Line giver her much less than halt' =

Rcrolud'I'hat in times like the. present Maj. Beard's Position. I hud thrown! fir"( perhaps not a thiid. Yet furdernaningeveir
m cap" Tippecanoe under Gen.
up ) \ a proclamation TaJlor'slili.:
To interest 1 thai be felt in .t while ve to meet all
when our right, lives, and property have I be. gratify any may are prepared
come the spurt of an insatiable, unscrupulous, 1 the mttterwctnla'ihe liberty stating that the issues of a personal character, there are others and Tyler too." tary anJ Civil Governor: has held a Convention this much, we are deemed: ultraists and agifa-:

and reckless : who scorn to the I Nor were my preferences less known in within the limits: of Texas, firmed lors. For the North claims it all ; and woe
party reg-ird j' Democratic Congressional candidate is op. Inpon i ipofced which! Mr. will! be !held, to a1)stt ere a pretended
obligations! of u written Constitution, which L Cabcl ;i North Carolina. In the winter of IS 10 I had State Constitution and is to to that bran: who shall! otherwise than in terms
I to the passage of Adjustment Bill of;i He had the credit of doing much to bring i! now ready
they hav sworn to support, and I boldly an. ,j jMr. I occasion to re-visit native Stair and of moderation ami great politeness, acghtagainst' :
my soon ask admission as one of the Slates of the Un say
flounce that we arn forever excluded from I Clay, now befrethe Senate, unless it shall
rightful possessions, and that our utter and final our \ be to amended as to recognize the right ofthe I i ing himself in imcigling the people .f Florida I after my return to St. AugiMine, I 8.10 it ion. Knowing with whom she had to deal, I' the claims of oar grod Northern?

ruin is only a question of time, it becomes us i Southern people to occupy, with their proper.I;i i into his support. \ shall call upon our more than insinuated in a Whig oaper from the has taken the precaution of excluding friends. And ?o the North, after some genile!

to out and to that! State that, whilst there, I had assisted in. her limit expostulation, is to be permitted to appropriate
solemnly speak IU'O011T deliberate :' ty, any portion of the territory acquired from I i i citizens to hold him, to a strict accountability ;Slavery from *otherwise! her apPli. ,
purpose no longer to submit to such ag.gression. I drawing political resolutions to be presented cation would receive little fa'or.The all that she demand*. Of the territory acI .
Mexico 1 lying South of tie, Missouri Line.- for' the gross misdeeds tf an administration I ;
the Democrats Gland Somurh I (qui red frorr Mexico at the sacrifice of the
7. ResiheJ'I'hat we cordially! approve the In regard to the Federal Union and the Con. which has betrayed ihe South and disgracedthe I by on a Jury. following letter from the War Depart.j: !;'
I for ) her dearest sons-ut the of
Resolution of said{ Convention, that it meet btiiution, the following Resolution unanimously country-:\ Cabell having eierted all my Tippecanoeism. merit intimates very clearly the wishes of the expense
But is the editor of,the II big old. enough lo I' her treasure freely ofl red, not an acre, not afoot
Administration in this
again in sir weeks after the adjournment!! of 1 I passed at the, Southern Convention meeting, j his influence to seduce the people of the State I mutter. Though it is
the session of and I remember that TYLIK the iy i secured to the South the Bill of
present Congress that we i not /: too, probable that something more decisive will by
|held in Tallahassee last t Match, expresses his !j i to place in power one whose whole policy has I 0/11)
shall lake care, so far as in our power it lies, i Whig Vice Pn'si.l. 1 S 10, but also a 4 yet be revealed. Adjustment now before the Senate. Not a
sentiments : j been hostile to their interests. I
that Florida in the
represented same. I high-minded and distinguished,i Senator, whois man in a hundred among us 'believes that if
6. Rcsdved, That the members of aid Resolved, That the Federal Union, with the
Northern and Southern of the still considered orlhodjjc by his Whig WAR DKI-AKTMEXT, ? I it that bill becomes a law, the South' will secure
Convention are entitled to the thanks of the convolution as it is, originating in the fraternal Opponent

entire South: for their eminently patriotic services feeling of independent Slate, and designed lo 'I friends wa' as late, at least, as 183(5( "a Washington* .Nov. *li), 1'319.* *J t' out of all California Doseret t and New Mexico

in I behalf, of our beloved section of the secure all in the enjoyment of their rights, as I We have said that Gen. Taylor and }his democrat of thE Jeffersonian ilk, dyed in the I land enough fur a single farm.Is .
It is doubted that the of
I not New-
Union. They I cheerfully made many sacriIi.cca |i well those inherent and reserved as those con. Cabinet hostile wool.and dipped in the piece in concentrated people. such a settlement equal ? I* such an adjustment .
ventional i is the are to the Compromise, and j Mexico desire and want a government organized 1
of ardent
to be at the post of duty, leaving the en. I i object our attach. I
South ?1" [If !he be loo to with all a compromise ? Yet we are told
t the
dcarments! of home and the claims of private: 'Inc ut. our readers know that the great body of the i i Carlinaism young proper functions! tube 4!

business upon their lime, without I hope or the I Will Mr. Cabeli's friends enlighten the pub. most zealous, devoted and far sighted Southern j I I remember the fact, I would refer him to the I protection and security of their persons and that having acquired this i territory, the quej-

expectation of reward, except such as is here j !lie in regard to his, views 1 IK he in favor ofj men, including Bt'rril'l, Butler, Hunter[ lla- I! chronicles of the year last mentioned, wherc- property"The j I lion of slavery in connection wiih it must ,taI
tendered to them and the their question' readily occurs, how that I ;settled. Am! ihis the least that the
approval of in he will find that South Carolina, still reek. being
I the submission Bill it son and Soule, (to of our own i it '
Adjustment ( ) as came j say nothing government can be supplied 1 I have already,
own conscience, the, invariable reward of such 1 4 j
1 North will
with that wBofff
ditinterehied' Cervices. from the! hands of the committee of thirteen 1 iMr. i t ti Senators.) are equally: its enemies. But let 1 i ing with nullification, gave 111 entire; ('Iclo'l: adverted to past and still existing difficulties, put up is the

1)). Rcjohvd, That our thanks arc due and : Clay, the Chairmm+ oi that Committee! I i i not he !supposed that: Tailor and his Cabi. rat] vote to WYLIK P. 11{Nmt')t, of that have retarded, and} may continue to re. I country it i is prudent that we submit-else

are hereby tendered to the! Delegates from I and the father of the ]Bill, says in his oPill.1 net, and the Senators from the South, occupy Carolina, for President, and to JOHN Tyur tard, the action of the United States in respect I I i''be brandedas disiiuionibts, or outlawed :ai

Florida, and particularly to C. II. Dupont and Their wide of Virginia, (for Vice President. to this necessary and first want. To remove m[ |traitors.
ion the South obtains not one foot of territory common ground. position is as.
it in be the of the dutym
some degree,
A. J. Format, 1:"qlS., (our more immediate I t may part But this is nut allVe the
Should the editor
of the Florida
representatives,) for the zeal and ability which under I that Bill." Who in, l Honda follows r. i, sunder as the poles-they are fir apart as I Whig, of officers of the army, en whom, under the thought cup

tlibtinguished their conduct in repairing to Clay in his efforts to exclude the South from were Benton and Calhoun, before the death who, I am told, 'u. a lawyer, }have any more necessities of the cae, has been devolved! a was full, but lo !1 another and more bitter in*

Nashville, and participating in Ihe deliberations every foot of the territory purchased by her I of the latter.! Tho Administration) including informations to lay agaiiiKl me, I trust that he partial participation in their civil fairs.( It gredient is to be thrown into ire Mr. Clay

and acts of the Convention. blood and treasure ? If any *peak-for him Taylor and his Cabinet, fight against the Com- will observe the good old,) common law rule, is therefore deemed proper that I should say, j & Co. are not satisfies with an arrangement

10. Resolved, That with a view of affording have, tee offended." promise from the Free Soil camp o' Seward, that the accused party has the right to be that it is not believed that the people of New I[ which shall give to the, North all
await the
are to
to our fellow citizens resident in the re. confronted with the witnesses movement that she has akccl.in this connectionthe
--- Hale Ofl ever .
of the Giddings$, and Root Their allies the Federal government, in relation lo a

to muter express portions their kentimcnts County in an regard opportunity to the The Immediate Admission of California by are Benton, Van Buren, and all the Barn Al is not fair in polities. of government proper for the regulation ol whole: territory. in consideration of

proceedings of the Southern Convention, it b? Herself. burners. The Senators from the South as. JOHN BEARD. iheir own internal concerns. her forbearance would give her more than

recommended to them lo convene in public Among the most potent threats which have saul it,from the citadel of South rights, and the "The Constitution of the United States, she claims, 130,000 square mites oiTt ns.:1
Macon and
meeting at the Court Room in Quincy, the 'jeen used to drive men to the support of Compromise. and the late treaty with Mexico, guaranty slave!
the holds of Soutlicrn State are thrown in as a bounty-to
last Saturday of this month, being the 27ihinet. May's Bill, has been this ; that in case of great strong EqitalHy.Their Tie people of Florida have: been told in their admission into the union of our States, i i moderation .
in their testily, we our regard: for her
ils// supporters terrible struggle, in' subject only to the judgment' of COn suppose
., and that S. B. Stephens, C. S. Sibley, rejection, California would at once be i quite! an imposing fashion that ole hundred rf'8J.
)I. R. Harris A. Stockton and Dr. It. Jar- elude nearly all the, advocates of the Southern Should the people of New Mexico wish to -.
and twenty citizens and firms in Macon, Geor.
ed herself. We have been confident that i
rot be appointed committee to make arrangements Convention, and nearly all who hold the cause save take! any other step towards this object, so And those who resist this scheme are trait.orsa
no euch result could occur, in case Southernmen gia, united in calling a public meeting important and to themselves, it will
for and give notice of the said meeting. of the South to the considerations necessary name at the very mention of whichmen
On motion of P. A. Stockton, Ei )., it wan should do their duty. Minorities have of paramount paltry of the friends of the adjustment bills, reportedin be ,,our duly, and the duty of othlrs"iIb pale !

Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting some rights, and the rules of the House of Reprcsentatives a mere party triumph. Taylor the United Sta'os Senate," &c. All of whom you arc associated, not to thwart but grow
be published in both cf the Tallahassee do not leave them with and his Cabinet oppose the Bill, because dc- !i which is well enough to those who like it.- advance their zcishes. It i is their right to appear How far are we in advance of our ancestors

entirely sirous of bringing California into the Union before Congress, and to ask for adm'.s-: in our dread of doing wrong and incurring
papers. What have to is that, .
we two hundred
out the power of protecting them. Therecan say sinn into the Union. Patrick .
In 1776 (
Whereupon the meeting adjourned.The by and of applying the Executive guilt George Washington,
be doubt that the of the hesel andscienly-tighl citizens of Macon op. It will be
no : instructive and
meeting throughout was characterizedby opponents Pc\'iso" Utah and New Mexico. Southern Henry and Thomas Jefferson, in resist(

great unanimity and zeal.J. (.' immediate") California can: prevent Senators resist it because posed to the Clay and Foote Adjustment Bill" probably necessary information, when the ance: to Britain, incurred the pains and penal .

.!. \\'. DAVIDSON, Chairman. it, even though in a minority. Hut what unwilling to have called' f meeting in Macon aforesaid, and people of New Mexico form a constitution,
N. II. STEWART, Secretary. admit California at all, when it has to be done have their meeting. And that meeting, at and seek admission into the confederacy of ties of treason with a degree of indifierencato 6 i
will be the of when told hel
surprise many by sanctioning the monstrous outrages upon Slates, to have your observations and viewson the cons quence of their crime, which, to
i several hundred citizens assembled
Debt. a caucus of those fiiedly to the "immediate the South, by which her application has been their probable numbers, habits, customs, their descendant, tamely submitting to oppression
unanimously adopted the following! Resolulionstions. "
admission of California" has been and of life.
Potertyis a Litter draught, but may, and : held at brought about ; and because, unwilling to see pursuits worse than that of king parliament,

sometimes with advantage, tin gulped down. Washington, and that at that' meeting doubts .the third part of a slave State, (Texas,) converted They were advocated by the After publishing the proceedings of the Is past comprehension. Which shows Lo\v

Though the drinker, makes wry faces, there i were expressed whether there was a majority into Free Soil territory. lion. Waller T. Co'quitt, who i just from tbeasL.jc New Mexico Convention, the Augusta Re. much more cullivatc.1) are our consciences,

may, after all, be wholesome goodness in the in Congress in favor of her immediate ad. Convention : publican, a Southern Whig paper speaks as and how much mote delicate is our sense of

But debt, however courteously it I be of. And, opposed as we are to the Compromise, Rrsohvd That ,
rtip. mission ?7" Such is indeed the statement 1'e heartily approve of follows : and than Ih.'ir's.
fared it the cup of a siren, and the wine, spiced though we welcome the Address and Resolutions of the right wrong WitS
made by the Washington Correspondentof may any instrumentally ahieConvention Thus it will be seen from tho above' that
and delicious though it be, an eating poison
tho Charleston Courier ad- that & to defeat ityet when we look.at and with the whole Gen. Taylor simple plan is in full tide for From Texas.
out of debt though with a flaw in a warm
The be
maintain them
ready to at' all
the motive with which the at hazards consummation lithe South can be pursuadedor last tmil
Taylor Cabinet denounce The Austin Gazette received by
his jerkin, a crack ia his bhoe-Ieatber, and a locate of Clay's Bill.Ve suspect that no and to the last extremity' submission.
kicked into That in
hole in his bat, is will the son of liberty, free measure ever brought before a legislative it, we see nothing which should save "JtooZrcd That the Missouri Line was few words is to admit California without plan, de.a says : .
the singing lark above him but the debtor, hem( from the condemnation loud and ) ) the St. Lows Intelligencer of the lib
RI ; body, hag called forth so many misreprescntations deep, adopted upon solemnly pledged faith'. ofthe lay and urge tho new territories to form State "The
though clothed in the utmost bra'cry'bat as this famous scheme. with which Southern men, with one accord North, acquiesced in lor thirty years, acknowledged constitutions and apply for admission into the nil., states! that a detachment of United States
ft he but a serf a holj'day-a slave tc be left Jefferson Barrack for Santa
upon and acted had
the South
I are denouncing Benton, Seward, Van ureD upon by in family States, as soon as po&sihlc.rtmt troops
reclaimed at any instant by his owner, the faith the, of Fort Lp.avenworth Taua i we
I Hon. Jackson Morton. and Halo. too at the good on admis..iol of Texas, and the a charming sister New Mexico will be right re, by way
Looking motives of the
creditor ? My son, if poor, sec wine in the establishment\ of the Territories, andit see that the nrmy is moving under the orders'resin
running: fpring, let thy mouth water al the From a gentleman just armed from Wash parties, (which alone determine the qnility! of is 1 gross I br.each of faith; '., and \'iolatiol of oft She'll be a perfect nymph of a State. of the Iell1, for the undoubted purpose <(

last week's roll ; think a bread-hare coat the ington, we have the gratifying intelligence, actions in reference lo the agents,) we frank). justice on he( part of the North, to repudiateit Well may the same sterling,Whig press exclaim supporting rebellion to our laws, of tramphPe I

*only wear;'" and acknowledge" a while-wash of what there was little reason to doubt, that ly confess that, we fee infinitely more to admire now, and deprive tno Southern people of its in connexion with this matter : on our rights and of compelling us, }by, arm l

ed garret the fittest housing place for a gen. : benefits in the first instance in which it and violence, lo submit to a stupendous usurpation
Senator Morton is opposed to the misnamed in the positron} of Cass, though in favor could Wn FRANKLY CONFESS: THAT WE HAVE h.
liftman ; do this, and dec debt. So shall thy operate in their favor. of our territory. And seeing
heart be at peace, and the sheriff be confound Compromise now before the Senate. Well ofthe Compromise, than in that of Taylor and olted, That until the Slavery questionit LOST CONFIDENCE IN THE SoUTIl's OBTAINING things, will we stand hero an the tb 1 _'
Jcrrod. done, good and faithful servant his Cabinet, though opposed lo it. I T* "
" .- I f fettled, we repudiate all former political GENERAL TAYLOR. Whether he is imposed idle I

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ad the Administration.-General Ihe country t" *-t'e 'to ", ''lat| ihete T.iyior K'ad. New Mexico.WAMUVOTOX. .t'I,5.. liheit, of S. C. Whoever may be the nid had been a citiZen of Washington Courty for 21vp.ir To Builders and Contractors. '

Te Taylor and Kr. Polk. orsvlsti, Knowing isis iiOtniiiHtioti< in th Junr 22. IS.'O.he arilho: it is ceiminly; one of t the mo .f careful.ly *. Well known and i ijMy c{!> 'mrd, his death QLED rROPOALS will be rerrived by either '..

3 IV.k 1i. tikmerir.TI Pr lit innrnelioni giLn i liy Mr. words *'f MVi! 'tcr. not 1 f.. to b? mculc, ? course r to "w ; poli'ical papers rd.aiivtbitt -dl-irt b) innexlens.ivi" circle ol friend-i, rf v\ood. m the

iutQTijts: ii N'nv ::1L4NI, W rt tnilpad fairs' men in'o lii* ;tpport, d-i mfo 'tC3.i4') is u clear usmpntimi.; Tlo ,tt'pl'S1.j o1 j, luis ever ltf eu ivui, 'd in this, or any oilier and ti.eh ilicomuit"ity aiwng wl.ich I rtsided.Iruprvcbabl" own for furni of %Madiim.hna: material A HOUSE ard prrctme.OF WORSHIP ol the

; t distant. Court?r are not qtuhtlcd lo form i ia country. Tiie eipiils of the fJnvri v agitation in all the relations? of lik. domesii tci'tfiwine dimenitn"to ; 4ieet l'>ns by 35 feet "
vvi :
feias-ar at 1r'a" no'ij tipsts; iir in *' nnwJjipt of'iiMice." In tie sctlltment -, finm 1S31 1, ire summed in brief but inlelliigible I m-. 4'tri,.,|, iulivil.. with b-Jl few erjuili &ml no. upsriors ,
R'ate ovnm nt, and! the ntlcnipt! to dra i iyonn up vvi
I41 4f1ie| | *1ti > Grandt', tll!iic;: ari'i iinconstituti! !. Xe\v Mexico | the interests aai ;positions; ofilie; South, e. sI-e l alike: rneaiTef lir n and veneration of bis famMy -- Salcoiy on top, inside t>f 'xuldii.? ta be Cciltd 1 over the ,
The Missouri Line. headend on each side lnaK a* the tops -
Gen. lor in con)- In.* about! five 4 r six hundred American in-1| has been etTt-cK-d; by the them, argued and dr. :i circle an.l the! e;t-'i m nd respect 'if the ubtic. tcj'
: 'true boundary. Taj peq. ard the balance fot>cr>i.ti errd. Thtpcws -
r f iu .ructions ifces Nit1ting is Letter calculated lo nvtke Southorn habitants, about, ? u i tln'U--u'd .Mexicanf 1 and j fined. The North is hi-M rcyponsibie; for all In him were c'nJnc4 m.hlernHhed inrca itj. untiring b.fin.. b. d in a neat aid -pikm
power ranceJed* these ) mpn furious than a moment's considcratinn som fifty or sixty thousand Indiins. \\ ho speak the fatal rPsutonanrt proru'ses of this agitation enrrzy To I I.e, sound hiIi anil jiitl rir.ble meutr character and active cJ "benevolence. an honman. -- Ik>nd with apr'rovrdjecurity will ba required Tor '. '
11: ir : ( nve other orders, of tin1 position, part and present, a dozen ditfeient, laminate: an-1 do not PV'nas j .1 lId t the Southis rebuked! for' her unwise and ('.4( ." hr .id.itd lhe higher and nobler distinction the TKRMS.faithful-peftormanws One hail csh of th" when* contract.fKe pT.ntrafl. T? '

hI <- *! have ir tratrvl the pur- much as undeifcl-ind: one another. Yet this js. ; irite} $? submission to proiritted; wrong. if beii a sincere Chri-li' : and when lii' long cart t received
. of the South upon the "Missouri I Comoroiniv signed, and the other whet. the builJ4 s: -
of T<"M'* and hrr Coaimt Monor'fif 1aj. heleic en'Nius populatinu is to b' n'prevented !j The Compromise scheme is taken to pieces, <-r of an active life well M ent, \>a.-' cut short bj Permit* il: rMned to DiJ Can obtain mr.f *}5e }tui*
Line What Southern saitl death, he-Tr.1 aaihi'ird. fntl of and tull
of t tlt.m.I
pa men c ir; the SetHle uf the United States by tosSiMiators *nd after r. thorough exarniirilitm iif i it:* pa i*, irjfri. ai'itai-.n re i d.alf .'f the hutlae b> :
h- ai.d while h' release!
< spirit
..1I'Irs. this an1hat the whole is 'rive; t rron.. l pphc snlyecl denounced
aiZo they fraud
ofth year UJHHJ iind' : in the I louse by ut' n rm' | as a ana h.i* scared to the Iwnom ot his Sa\i--r, surviving the --
Jattrr givcsthe fullowing account Prni.n'.t1* will aUo be received (lor ertctitg -
\ s-iy now, marks I the n|>idityIth t \vh a! least if not by two, all of whom, will bi taken j jsHuvne nf poorly disguijed encroachment.VicLsbttrg .- Irre"d* are It-fi, not mcrelv to mourn his li 3-, but bmiid.n ut brick.

rjjruhifi; ; ; which} he cncountfml$ and the North advances, and with! which the South: finm t Jh fivi* hunJreil while people there. SfKline alIt'! fo unitatf hiVW < eampte.w JOHN C. McGr.IIEK. '

.tpr from wlirh tLv c.irne. Wi copy (;t'ni"ral i'aylor hates Texas an.l tin Texans. pWSaTV. ARCHIBALD FAIR .
qu. ipcedfs. A year since, the most decided and The Southern Address. are authorized to announce DAVID S. D. S GRAHAM. I''
fj N. O- clu. It is worthy he most and has always been airaiii! them from
i rn thf vigilant fi lends of the South-those iJi povccl "" U'e publish this week the Addre of the WALKER as a candidate for ReeMer of PuSlic JOHN! L. MILLER. '
the jump-that U ever since he was a candidate
(,riHjs perusal : Nashville, Convention lothepeople oflhe South, Land, at the) election in October netl. ink 13. CHARLES KUSSKLL.Building .,
| to contend for her full i lights-looked unfit var. for the presidency. __.__ Cornratller. .
'Hie Au tin papers contain, Maj. Neighbor's toge'.hei wj||is I je| accompanying resolut ions. --- ----- -
ably upon the :Missouri i Line. They thought The tnei.ds ot Mr. M. D. I'Al'Y announce him Madis-.n.July 13. 1 I'7 4t Ii
rennr ?. held at the State Capital. Chief Justice Hetnpjjjjj (she wn entitled, in common with the North. Seward have in doulit. meet the hearty approbation of Rcqistcr Macon Will cop* oncf a eek foi four
of the I Journal ( Lands.
Albany r; im.
residing. Maj. N.*ighbois says: thai mogtof in colonUo all the new territory. For thi- the great mass of thn Southern people. Lei : =; July wc"-ki. aix] torwsrd bills Vt'- this () le'. '

the, opposition he cnr< uritered al Santa I'V they wet e di-nounced as ultraKts, )by tho c Organ) wriels : all true friends of the rights of the South unite Brought to JailfTN Music Teacher Wanted. -.

from Judge Ifoughton, cting Supi 'm- Wo have good n".rs from New Mexico I in an effort{ to secure the extension of the Mispouri
ame claiming tho character of the peculiar frictidi Tallahassee on the T2th instant, a negro A LADY.qualifi.'d to give len.on' i ii !'iir.Paint.
;eVifdiDistfictofSuuta) Fe ; ilo District The AihninixtraJMi Policy of nonintervention Compromise line to the Pjcific, and all about 5 feet. 4 or inches high.slont 1\ ins. and Drawinff. malearu of a desirable situation .

uJges Olero! and ;Uobion. and the! officers of of the Union. The latter hoisted that tic .seems to work irrV." may jet be well.To c ?nd dark complexion, not more than 25 ,by arnlvinjj at this "'fT ceJulyt ,

the I". S. army. Colonel Monroe, die iiIi.tail' Mifchouti) comptomUc Line was JUKI and pio. N'on: Intprvention as practise.1 by ( ei.: do this effectually, it is !highly imp r- ol agewho8jj his turned WILLIAM, liSO. 2G
_ _
and Iliat he bi'IonEH t" Mr. 15everly, of VaknllaCr.Th _ __ .
cotitnatidut did not at first oiipuse the orof per was all that ue should deitiasad.I 'I'a'lor is to iiveife: the miserable mot)) ;). rels taut that county meeting shc id! be held in all owner !19 tequestod to com? I or ward and iroveiia At Private Sale,

.' giZatJOiI the couutiy openly ; but his I How I do lliingo novst tnd ? The Na>hrillc of New Mi-xico into the formation of a Stuie the slaveholding States to get an expression properly as the law directs. A LlZET.Y NEORO( OIKL 20 yer of age. a C oo.1 4L1
proclamation for a convention soon followed of public ppinion on this Mihjccl. It H not JOHN H. RhODES Jailer.
Convention made up of warm-hearted South- Government, excluding slavery, and the posting safe July 13, IS?). 27 semti.treiiand hoUsescrvatt,perfectly healthy. -
ibf iri, .urrectionary? xppeals of Houston and ] lo trust to the public press oflhe South as and sold for nn fault.

tben*>. Mj* Neighbors sayspfthe! movement j jfnhvorofa eri; men, despairing obtaining for the South off her Senators and Representatives lo nn exponent of the opinions of the people, as Brought to Jail KEURY &. ROWLES. -

: Stale Government : her full rights, with a view of uniting all Washington to ask admission for her on a it is controlled, to a large extent, by men from Auctioneer & Comrni'sion Keichant
Tallahassee on tie 10th infant > negro fi 1S50.
July ,
At the meeting in Santa Fe, Maj. Cunning- Southern men on common ground, has taken footing with New York and Virginia. Ami- the other' side of the Potomac, (who, however J_ lain, abr>ut 5 feet S or 10 inch es _

barn, U. S. Pnymiisler, presided, and: Mr. Eljnoii a tand on the old line of Compromise. States after another are thus honest and pitriotic they may be, must be swayed high, of dark complexion, who says hh $io Reward. .

the Governors IVivate Secretarj- and Slavery one rnore or less by the prejudices education,) name is.IMAS. and that he belongs lo .\NAWAY from the sabMrrib'T, on tht
What do we now hear ? Why this Those Ii ned I into lhe Union to join the ranks of William( Scott.of Thomas County.Coo.- c'-4(
Interpreter acted j s Secret a rj', and Judge : U I t and by wo! arc bound soul and body to :" 23d April, 1S1.my negroman RFU HEN.
I The i is
Jloughton! was
of tlie one or two hundred persons present, a before the advancing tide of Northern non.Intetvenlion" or Executive Pioviso of the Southern people to maintain party organizition. JOHN away.H. KilODKS. Jailer. __&. _.blackh.'i lo Mlher be a bold where look and in Leon slightly Counly ruptured
ihe Ihe Let the therefore July 13, l lcO. 27 U supposed
large portion were employers ot Gov.ernment people speak for '
insolence and aggression, now denounce it Jen. Taylor! Florida. 1 will pay the above reward .n any one
in the Quartermaster's and other _ IhIemr.selves.-A/lefls, \\Vhiff; 21ih June. that will deliver the ,ntd boy here, or thirty dollars
An Ordinance
as impracticable, and wish to fail back still
Ppartnicnt6. 10,000 Men for Texas if lodged in any safe jail. .
I have no hesitation in saying thatthis fatlher ; yield jet something more to the insatiable Public Sentiment in Tennessee. .Wirf ffftctuilly topion'ule fur He Interior Policr ISHAM I:. HOWELL.
A telegraphic report has been received at The Nashvillo IVion the Central Demo ami GouJ CosernmuiltiJ the City of Tallahassee.EC (Croover-jville July 6, 155-50. 1:6: 4t
isoutircly one got up by the ofiicials in demands of Free Soil. Is these nothing ,
from of the moM! galant Governors cratic Tennessee has noN 1. Be it OrJain'ttly Me City Council
Washington one organ repudiated the"Compromise"
that territory,nnd not a spontaneous movement alarming in this ? 13 of Ti.llahai>i>te, Thai; from and fur the pa'oage New Goods,

of/the/ citizens. I am credibly informed! that of one of the Southern Stfttes (doubtless and planted! itself upon S the ot this Ordinance, it shall not be lawful f..r any slave Per Llewellyn" from New-York.BEST .
But go it has ever been. The North boldly
the reported meetings In other olaces were of Clen. Quitman) stating that he was ready to Southern plat firm. The Union arcornnnie; or slaves within the corporate limits of said city, SPERM OIL, 20 kegs and J kegs Klfla
Orders is sW advancing-the South timidly letreating. S the publication! of the Nashville solutions: to own or poi e.is, in his, her, or their own rishl.
cat. d Pie-
tli* same! were > to Whale df> Powder,
thesis isMuce !
march 10,000) men to o any horse, mareiTJidin mule
or cait,
with, the dray,
little is that there I following emphatic remarks: any Laid do 20 Ox. Sup. Sulp.Qainmff
feels by Judge Houghton, oud the petition* to Something a astonishing are wa2on; bu. zyor carnage ; and it sha'l' "be the duty
th.in the
Old: want
something more TlIK: SofTULK.N PtATiORM. 15-loW '* Linseed do English Calomel,
the Governor for a convention was the result.Ininy those in the South who scarcely wail fur the ; WP ot the City Mar'4lmIl.wl.ea: the fact of the ownership
intercourse with the citizens of that! force in lorlh to encounter them. give the resolutions! adopted by the Southern: or posses-i'ion of t such proierlv; by any slave m or slaves Ca-tor do M'-Munn'sKlixirof Opiunt -
North to nuke hrr demands before ilu in 5 biitths) Sal S t4a, Polash
they step (
became Convention, lisa connected form. They have come- to his kuv l-dze, to renort the same to 'he
I convinced of the fact .
1rritor). fuijy Oliv Oil. French & Cnzli-h Mustard
iaJ I bi'Heve there is not a porson in New forward to concede them. Even No them 03"This Washingion; f7/i/ORofthe/ 3lJily: hpiclofore-( been puji! >hed separately. On an I In'endant ouler. direc'inz,!whose duty the it Marshal shall be I Diereupon the (to I'IIe Tdt'ter's di Umpire, Pepper, Ginger,
and bv
:Mciico! if divested of prejudice, but what people, (many of them,) have discovered nothing ronains: > the following significant indication : this pi itlorrn we lake our stand. On this rock the authority of ssil\ city t" seize in a'id sell name such pro- Sv'-e lt da li.iiiz'. .Aitiin, Saltictre-.

would coincide with nis in the belief thxt) to unreasonable) in the claim of the Sou'h .'The signs aie at present gainst I tin' irnm- \\e place our political fortune ; 'and the gates !T.Jty at fu'jlifu- Uon to the hishet bidder, upon Coach Furniture % .ir.i-.t df; ,, Djlley's WiitinsIr.ks.&Vd Pain Kxtractcr.: brand

lioaway with the opposition and influence exrciscii for the Missouri Line, \\h-n tli.'ir Southern diato pn.s5"ge ol t the B ill in t ihe .Senate."- of hell shall: not prevail ag.iinst: if." proceds.ivin;; Mich. of irrtice such sale a the t 5'be Intendant paid is.tdthe may City direct Treainy : the*- :30 keg* No I Jc pure Wht Saleratus B ra ,

by the United Swes authorities. Tt'X.aicmild allies, or rather vassals, volunteer! their MM- The! bill!! here polLen of is thai! of ('lay and iriiain ijM I PIM I IHIIMII iBARBACUE irO t (deductm( all at once and witlio'tt difficulty e&t.ili.ikh !b. the -leizn'e arid ail'of If1bag-.at-oitid utmeg-s
t 31 id pr pcrty."SF.C. .
Toote. Much l bus been *aiil of the rours-e ot
atri, exercise juris-iic'rou' ov.r the wh"ieoilliat vices in condemning it, and denouncing its> -J. He it furihtr Drda.nul. That huron the ?er sasae Vessel,

lt'i *it'iy. I find inan\ of the hadiugcilJZfni advocates as diiiiuioimts. Senator King of Alabama. I IJc is i&vried to Come One -- Come All -eiz'jf o! property in tr:* poseiion of any slave rr.lave A few barrel Northern Flour, fancy trends," -

be the 1'iil.Tut (IZ:7-: A Haririciie will be giviMi by the Pi'o. *, the ownership and posse-sion >f which! n prohibited Also, a (etc -nperjor: (.'TO* Ci.t and Milt Saws.
tvillmg lo claim and jpoed
ai k'jinvlcdgi! our :Many of the men who )inoic that iLfSuulh
veiy by Ihe fon 'unf! s.-rtj. n, an, wliite person Per '\I7. I'. Pettea"1 from New Orleans
a kr o fiortiou of those most opp-ised lo u can, if unitedly demanding it, obtai'i! iul' if Madis-m! County to their IWeg'ites to ,.lull j iriferpo ea rlriimto the propeitr S so seized such Paccii Sides. Rice, Lard -

PZTC nnd zisw bold large grants of IntifJ Ihatti the !Kloridian i. Jui.rnal. the Nashville Convention, on the First Xatnrdtiy claim hall be-nade U! der oath,, and the cliimar.t: Shoulder-., Fl 'ur.Ibms. .
the Missouri Compromise, are exciting[ themselves li.tll be required to swear that he she is the tuna
acquired from the Mexican government (; INTMMEX : Is it youii-eUes) or the in > or Molasses,
Their fellow
citizens of the
flint! Ume -foie the' wnr. in the very bo om of the South to jire- Union'1'' that is disposed to hoax us ? I no. August. flue owner thereof, atul that the same is not owned Mes$ Poik, Sugar.
the slave or -lives in thn'e ion it be
Counties bj pn ses may
4, IOU as I ascertained 'hat Col. Monroe, vent that union in claiming it, without! uhich tired in your issue of f the Oth I ti'.t., an extract surrouirJtng: : are respectfully; invited. found ; or such claimant shall be retired tr prove ON HAND,

rfgatdk of the claims of Texas.i\ d i-stied it will not be granted. from H letter published, in the Union" from a JUiI.N f. 1 I'ILLANS f hi* riiht of property by o'htr corrpetent evidence : Gin Bard leather, Oil Carpet & KubLa Cli-lh*

lii prtH'latnatiou fora convention, I det-nifo! it l-'luiidi conespondent, uhich ns'I.t' be a hoax. Chairman Com. of ..1rrancizens.July and if, upon inve-ti ation, it shall appear to the nNifactioi Lni, ,' Skin fur carria.-s.&c. $
Tho only point at which some men in the of the Ititeitdjnt that such ehini of risrhf, i Cip and Calf tie.4 I For sale by -
ttciJiC! saiy lo n-maiu longer in that trillion, No Democrat could have ;penned that eMraci.o 13, !1S50.Ta .
r.irelsit f-.r the of( protectin th slave .1 M. WLL14'LIISJune2t !
South \\ill up purpose
eto submission i uUcit
I could la no benefit the Statu cea urge fit \ Democrat") could have fur- .
way by soH "intelligent so or <-lave$ in the ue and possession of the property >. '). 2S

I which the North will cease to make require. gotten hi'iiself as to state, fur tacts the i things the Citizens of Tallahassee.In claimed, the ownership a-'d posers-ion ol which in -

acconJingly pn-tested s leir.i)1in,) ilt'nain' nicnts. That point will be reached, wJen: t therein contained. \Viiat one man in lifiy obedience: lo an Ordinance the city: of Tallaisj his own ri;ht, are hereinbefore pifh>bitffi,'iiich perjjj "A Cooper Wanted."

? ot Texas ngainst the: attempt, sanc'iotifil slavery shall be abolised in the Southern only ijipo'.ed. to the ComproTiis Why, sirs, 4 ;, I have the Lonji hcrcith to |>rescr.r tinanal enrouracm aliall be adjudged i-ontraiv guilty of fo counfenanciPR the order arid, ONE who can make TfUPENTlNK: BARRELS,

sustained, au-l ;promoted by the procbma- this exeeils the romance of fiction ; and l i i.< the 9tiij. .\ Statement of the Trea-surer, showing, practices peace ci raes well rec'rxrnc'ndedJor irduitry.ran
nd irood vcrnrier.t of said citv. and shjll! be liable
States. And this is the issue which find la'r like
at application'to
to ue the amount of disbur-JtinenN and receipts ot tke citvup emplovrr.ent wire-i.
lion ni Col. Munroe lo rob her of her terraorj1 >.oit 1 of material out of uhich a spurious public tu the 1st instant. to pay a fine of n<>r lest than live, nor more than McNAUGI1T &. OR3IOD.

anl looktiis df parturr, must come sooner or later, unless the South opinion is nought lo be nivsssiiftcI tired f-r I). P. IIOGUE, Intendant. twenty, dollars for each aid every rffence.Sue. Newport, June CO. li.:->0.

Great; cicii rnenl lias been produced inTVxas shall cease to listen to such' counsellors.! S after the notice hereinafter required, to be given, it
foi\\atd the nmenhle schem'1 of" Adjustrnpril" Ti f City of TiilMnivfe in ncconnt Will Cr.n. \V.HtJTuHiNs Blacksmithing.Fun.ieri.rpef .
by ibese innrrmeuto in the Northern but inevitable e.tremitv-as things now tend. !push hall not be lawful for any lae orsa7e. free njro
conceived by *. Ccrlijirtilp JfrIdild : Treasurer,from January 1, lt')0t to or mulatto, to occupy any dmllins l.oueor building -- : ; >. respectfully Jrfornn
furtion ol her Tfrtitory. She is deteuninedt June 3''). liV). the public generally that, hatingovFda
o::, We entirely concur in the following l tcked l by politicians;; : at Washington, who situate upon art) lot or lots ithi-i said city, apart cr !
: horse Shot- lie is'rn
DR.Juie30. ,
ls',0. superior
fMab'i her authoriiy throughout her remarks from the Augusta Constitutionalist.We are asjiiring lo ollice, anti hope to succeed by : To cab N1 on ac ofriritinsenciM, S'23J'' .detached over the from premi--e of sixteen< occupied, and by not orr under e white the conrol peron -- >w i p.c. .:red to execute all w'-mk in that line in a
Tiglitfal limit; *, anJ tu'jjmj his in sui reel tons rytjjoternent believe the Missouri Compromise* line I preserving,! I llit ?ni..y of the Democratic paity: ". for burial of pauper-i, 1100i. and superintendence ol *uch white PT t>n. or superior niasuer, find on usual terms.
the ol tfu Sou'h. I lhit thrt a< L |itr\vnikonrit> rrHiMryti4 t I 00 F. PAYNE.
wnirh would detach an immense al exp nvj terms upon tiv I't or lots not conti MIOIH and adjncenf to
may yet be adopted; in the Senate.: ; Mr. Clay, 4' J. 15 Fortune br horse, It)") Si June29,13O. 25 IfR
portion of her limits of si, render are to be .siI.c/ '/ over, and] by jremi-es frcupied by some ow-h while t pern.tindervho.e ____________ a ,
from und r her control I Mr Soule's and dirrcticn such
against ct-ntiol. ininacerr.ent
though voting) proposition, bru anJ varmOiing be nude to lose -
aaJ give H to N>' Mexico as Free Soil T rtiJary. > Mr. coin. (AX?* col. 9 SO!) sav.s, free neiro, or mulattos! shall in all snchcase List of Letters
inlimuted w to for it. A of the carrIes observer much of I' "
a illinguess go change to tIle e\e '4 Trei. 1Lcen4e4 d.'. 10'I aid in all
the extent,
-, lie, to s-ame respects, as EMAIXING m the Post Office: Tallaliassee ocf4
It i it vaid that the Governor will atnc his wouM be be followed its li'igc deformity. 4 M.ir filtor qr-M-r 'V). <>2 3.i slaves, free mulatto
on part likely to bv it 1 such or negro or occu- the 1st July, 1550 :
<< <, luarcfl P. large furc to sustain her claim.Oalhe least li.it to this "intelligent" Democrat, who 44 I' Clerk io Trei-i do d.i 5'> ipt" pied a hou- attached to or in the yard of the house Argtr. Mrs Fira LangtonTame'a- P
at as many as eight other Senators, M ir -sal eu'. Jane S(> '))2 >)
qr| r or premiss in the actual occupancy or possession rfueh Ashnv L H Lanj ton, Jacr.i*
other hand Gen. Taylor i k prep in'd to Ins essayed lo enlighten public opinion on I li! % 'I t. 44 CJetk 5c Trea d.> do ?<) Oil re.
enough to carry the projr>'iiinn. It only .. white uer-on. Ambers, Mr- Alice Lenear. A'asru riis H ;
of riorida sentiment. Who! is h1 '
I Riibj-ct city rfi.r lS. > 73 >
r'jxrjfcc: ( the caus of New M'-xico and ernJiloythe je ) Jy >FC. 1. Bf it firrthfr OrilainetJ, That imroediatflv Cettn r, Jam** E 2 Lany, Rev Thorna' .
awaits the overthrow of ihf Adjustment to re.ceivc You nv )ou have his ,name. Let us have it. board ol city lianJ, after the .'iration of thirtv day fr m the etiirr, Mr Lee.TGLvnnJobn .

Army of the UwH Slates to crush a gieat accession fctrengih. It wo-i'd ct-itainly be a rich disclosure' and .. .. '4 }hori feed. "vc.. 15001)I 'aiP of thi-s Ordinance, it "halt he the duty cf the Ftnrn-, Or John L M -

i xt.tif. amen at least are tae accounts 775 .lfmojrj Line Dead woul'l entitle the null nu'il to an "honorary" for fur'ture 1)abchooJ, s4 07To City Marshal to uive notice in writing to the owner Briner, Henry LootM p
Cnmjiromne nr& balance, 312 (5;
which Bppcir to b* well tvuthcnticuted. Tlu- yet,-It I istiu< that I the Mt h somi Compromise! mprnVrship. :at lei: .t, in I ll.e society c.f Wliigs, ownr'or vners.or, of such to! Site lavo3 azent ss or are aentsor found living the cwnt-ror upon ITorcupvinsanv (lirc\\n Barr.e.DiVCnrtblinit, irpi tsK Lee Long., .Amos tirs t

Seventh Infantry has been withdrawn from line, as applied to Caliliirnh! haK been dcf***. and tf
uhich s o <*nerously embo'Jies his Sentiments! isto. : it of-said city,contrary toth. visiorixof thefcreiriinjseHion" 2 Mitchell. '.t A
F14lfidt, ii\vi been O:Jered to the JtfiVrsoulUrracks. tfil ITt the Senate, by a majority of 17. Uut > i pr Rrown. J HHnytien.
g .
this cardinal S'leh' Democrat Cr: requirioe tich owr.er or owner, or John r Iorian. Howard
this is proof that it is killed. on point. a cor.
no It
(Misoni) Thus FloriJt is left finally Mill Jau'y J. E.L' b1nee. Sso 2c 'h.'ir azerit or aent- to efVct the removal of s-ich Baker M T. ', s L F
livr-B. It has not loot fiiende, nor is it destined iesionIing| ) ( with Whigs at Washington, %l 'faniiiig June 3J. 'cash -cM from riu'> ehihitian4, !:. f>0 slaves thcrrfrnn within ten days (from the tuft't of Branch. N N'Rcztsu ?.lashbuvn, U'tnMcJ'tnkia

epwed; and Jfencele R, and lha Seminules to do co. h uill jj-tin strength, as the chances the .refill of his own (?) parly, by placing a' '. tmis.s i.-ieI. 22 (14) ucb nofiriand; ir. upon proof of such notice.it eatv. iiis I-i W "Iayer. John VT

t1ioved to remain as an inculeus upon her of Clay's Compromise; grow weaker, and it tinier I the seaileance of four South Carolina 4 ". city taxes l N4t: 7U l 0 *.hall alCite male to appeal that any person h vinirhe Mi> Jl A A l?

prosperity, because troop are needed to fi.bt I the piosppclpnftipu.; Tailor's policy decline.! Nullifier a very reproachful' name could! ] well 4' 4' I' JV,'), 175 fX S control of s-icli slave shall rr-fu-c to remove thf m. !k'.d, Wi-ri Maze, Anthony 2.
'a auction sales, 3G; s5I.3.s7 or suffer them to continue in the us? and occupancy flrriibry.ThrsHtrrv 3 Mor-e. A A
(he battles ftflh<* Free Soilfisin' Santa Fe. Neither of then- latter can succeed. The be bpared; and f for a very slight cou>ileratiyii;
aforesaid such shall be M A 1.taon.S
: of f any lot or lot a* person Mr<
friends of ihe Missouri Compromise line are might be transferred to th" organ that so truth $ ttryttaancv' : iaSIelo(I ;pay a fine of I Iwentv_ dollars for every month Col man, II> r ntl*r, Chas

Where is General Taylor ? strong! enough to delay and lo defeat any oth.'r fully repreK.-nts him. Wonder iflhe elected such slave or staves are allowed or suffered to be and I Canon. Dr J R Mahve.JJMyrkk.,1

: If we undef,:aid the Xcw.'jirlh adjustment, and finally foice the north into d-'legHle" dir'' got to the Sj41 jogs, and if it was 106 continue in the occupancy oi any lot or lots, conrjrv } Cain. Mrs T
peoflfl the adoption of this line the m.tinly! attribulsible! to hi is gi eat ellbrt that no (; '%v. IIUTCHINS, Treasurtr.TaI1atasee. to the prohibition of the tiiird! stctiou of this Craig & DatT.nCoorer' .tcLayJ C
as only
c f the TniU'd, States ma bediiulfd into practicable June D, I-*:*). Ordinance. f''v i.tcEtvyN.'ah
run-mad resolutions the
means of M-ttling) lliis on subject of slavery
Ordainr. That verbal Mitler.SD
--------- Sr.c5.. Re further notice iiviMisSC;
two | artiesihic ivbo with ('as< Clay and The majority of I J7, in the Senate against were adopted ? OBITUARY. shall be tfiven by the City Marshal to such free Drane, J G 2 Mac. J C

Wdster," ere in ftvor of the Senate's Com- Mr.I Soule's! SI 1s5'IfnesIt, is no indication oftlie Now, Mrs. I am not. nor ever was, a South negroes or mulatloes as are found living in violation Dawkir.s, Win 1.1camn.rDaniehl )
What shadow, s we arc,and what shadow M we pursue! contained in the third section ot ifas.ri. IV 13 2
and ihrefire strength .f tm! Clay Carolina N'lllifier, an J therefore have none of (It I the prohibition R -b'
unionists and Compromise.
those Many Diet! ors the2th olr at hire-idence in this tItt his Ordinance, rcinJ-rins; Ihem to vacate the premi- DormanU N\vman. Ceo WNonn
the honor nf the
moulding political forms of '
(DPOSea tu it, and for that reason disuaionitt.It who voted against the amendment, will also after a ;,roract; illnro, UILLIAM II. iiKOCKENTiKOUnll os occupied by them within ten das alter the time Dun'en. flenrv Eli
adds vote against the Connpr 01111sf'. Its chances the Hnridiiin ; nor flu I reticle in the metropolitan E*-jr.. in the .* lh year of his a c. if such notice ; and upon the refusal or failure of anv Davis, Mrs M E Neely, E DOJuiiMrM

: arc 3K doubtful as t'tF in ihe Senate. Coun'y' '1)1st I can say that; the Dernociatic Mr. Hrorketibrou was a nalhe. of Virginu! ndreceived free nesro or mulatto to whom notice has been given Du'tcn.J L A

"Thews are thd great parties which it We d< tho asez huh of the par'y in the County where I do resideare. his education at her (Univcriify! where he as heroin required, to ci>miily with the requirement Derk. R EDanfonrih. O"ConneIlWmPa
ctems to UK, undT the circumstances "tiy Washington unit the of the earlv pave indications ut l those talents winch,in after of t-uch notice, heshe, or they so oHendintr, shall be J H kr,JameaPeikins.
must rnion. that this derides the an on subject Clay Adjust-
vote fate of the
life'lwer'd into! fame.He liable to p.iv a fine of twenty dollars for every ten Darsey, J Devotion
now) divide thr pestle of the South, and Hennettoftho Missouri Compromise. We deny its assertion, mienS and opposed lo it nearly to a man, and came lo E-vt Florida in 1S37, and there, as days fit -Mich failure or refusal ; and if any (tee negro Elliott Mrs LoUiia Patkc, James

Ileial.!, whose political sagarity i* that (he Missouri Couiproaiisti i in now with they nny not immodestly claim for themselves sub ,e iuenlly in Site West, as Ui-uirt Allorucy, in or'mubtto shall tail fo pay the fineor fines adjudged Fain, \V D Faterson.; Alernniler

q'jtfstioaed, predicts that the former will be drawn fioin the field. We deny that it as much patriotism and intelligence us the JS'W'. he boon a-minied a prominent position at |t tie .igainst him or her, for u violation of the provisions Fisher George Powell, Mm Julia
. : driven to the Wall. Ail other issues strike usa to it IK use.h'ks wiiier above alluded lo. I can hardly doubt Bar, and held, without declension, the eminence he o7 the thud section of this Oidinance. it shall be the Fail, Wm Post, R R & D W
rely upon any longer as an available attained. duty of the City Marshal to seize such tree negro or Fitts. IJ fltah. S .1 V.7l'ourban
impracticable and uncandid. allei native. ? the fact that Major Beard, the Democratic At iwodifierent i peuiods a member of the Terrto.nat mulatto, and to hire him or her our to any person James 2 Kjn ome, Miqs Amanda* .

Of course most ofour reader and ourselves We believe it the only practicable alterna. nominee, is thoroughly opposed to the Adjust. LtgiLatirei Ihel4tteI term service PreMdeiitof that will become responsible for the payment of the Foriune. J UGruber Itobertson, Dr W F -

*reoflhe who lie to give to the It merit as it stands, and it miy be the came of the Senate, the first Representative of Florid t in fine so adjudged, within such time as may be fixed J AGibson. Vii.oll, Jesse
parly, acccorJingto the Sen. praee country. may yet he was, in each re i eclive station, (the ,.Iw the lirendant. .W M 1cwe, II 13
be found this writer and his forty.nine out of fifty Democrats Congres. -
tine!, deserve ihe! pains: nnd penalties of trea.fton. that Congress will have to adopt this champion ol the Bar, the Ajax cf his party, and the SEC G-: lie it further Ordained, That from and Granblinsr, A PGosp Kain ,Sarah A -

alternative, orliaxe no adjustment whatever.i remaining from tIme polU, or yielding pride ol his friendsearning in every sHiere.a jurist, after the ;passage of this Ordinance, H shall not t be A P Smith, John
i we are quite decided in our op. their support to Mr. Cubrll, as he has faith- le lator, and statesman, an -mivi4be and well mcr- lawful for any slave, free nero. or mulatto, to keep, Gilraer, Berry Smith, BRSprar -

position to the Compromise tr.d mout of our 4' i The half was not Told." Hilly represented them on this subject. Such itidreputatiou.He within the corporate limits al said city, a livery stable Gip>op. Mary B FSherwood

readers and The Sentinel minds that in friends as this writer should be brought to was a man of genius, (analytic cat and character hotelpublic house,house for hoarder orlodgei?, Gray, Stephen J W 3Tec -
within the State us quoting
many not our of min J"f varied acquirement- vat icsonrces 4'I mating house, or to manage or conduct the same, (',oo lwin. Jair PSGiley Sollier, Miss C
traders, arc equally opposed to it.Uut from the Richmond Whi;; it condemnation light, \\\mlfacts\ developed at the polls luay -gifted with a taculty of ratiocination prr- in his own name and in his own right, receiving the Atc-ari.-r Smith, SO

Where of the Compromise, we failed that the not only put' to flight his assertions, but expose haps never surpa -'d, amid rarely equalled. I'OMCHS- profits or any part of the profits thereof ; and it any Gidstimi.Ctmas Smith, Patrick .
i is
Gen. Taylor ?7" we are to Hate him lo the censure of rhofce he has titus wantonly uiS a rich tund ot humor, a wit a* eisy and unostentallous person shall |.ennil his or her slave to keep, manage, ?. Mrs Smith. A P -

constrained to ask, and what shall be his fate. organ of the Whigs of Virginia, supports thePiesident's rnisreprese isted.I as it was brilliant and eflectne-alwajstti! or conduct anv lively stable, hotel boanlins or eat Herrijj:. H Shoa.CE ,

Ha is plan.! Such is the fact and sirs shall all and kins; in its combinations ; uncommon poers of irony ing housecontrary, to the meaning and intent of the hleadGreenB Strrl.DrGF '
much si" Democrat
as opposed to the trust, we Whig

AdjustmentHill Dnificunt and ,arcasm, with a facility of satire-devoid of malice prohibition ol this section, such person, upon conviction Ilaw;.JR Skrine, V
if we are. That fact is no'orioiis and it is. For what a dose must that becrucocied rally to the rescue of that banner raised and deriving; its inspiration from s-jiupathy rather tberrof, .h.iU b- liable lo pay n fine nf twenty Ucus. .BeifyHeiid'TbiC'i Smith,J UrTruluck

and Webster which )by our united voices at Nashville ; that surrendering than scoin' ; (1( a meriero't3 and social nature and dollars for every fen days stu-h luery stable, hotel, Fred -2 James R -
indi'putable. M r. CJsy hue condemned TaW \ by Clay nau.ccates our pic viously conceived notions: we charniin, amenity of manners ; remarkable for simplicitv boarding or eating house is kept ur conducted as liarden.rl Ai Thynas. John FTaUm.

CUUIM it: the must emphatic teirus. Are the kiomach of a Southern man \\ hot found like and ease ; he wa.< one of (Ihojc atirai-rne aiucapUvating afr.iiid; and e\ery free negro or mola'to offending ltntchmvis, A Dr \ViliarTownsend. ,
all be
may true patriots, making men whom society does not exhibit every against the provisions ot this section, sball be lined i Hawk, JacubHimlan MiM ?
"C'hcn to hang, stud hit neck go unscathed ? can twallow the I'resiJent's preparation, the our influence felt, by laing]; position together diy so unaffected and original, there are few to befoun'd and dealt with as is provided la the fiOh section of Dr H (i Turner, Rliei.h n

fcboll his punishment fur his hostility to the ib.* chief ingredient nf which is the llrecidice on ground* suggested I by a b-nly distinguish! who nny with such a character be compared.In this OrinalCe.. Harvey, Cart Thccus '1 hcs. 'Jr; #1snis I

ed Southern Whigs and D)<*mncrat It ihfiardi till men,
of.' Proviso However know who de-
Cass Clay an J Webster be less xve ion herein he j a
fore is time for each be the virtues, he w w conspicuous[ and exemplary devotee of the services req-iirefi to ptrfuriried Jordan John G !.
than that oOlcbcr Mason, !Uerrien, Soule teing Taylor's scheme as truly a bill of abominations no man to adhering to In his attachment* and self-saciificing in every relation by the Cjty Marshal, lie shall ba entitled to Johnson Fbaiey Vktirs, H NVJWklr. -
details prexious plans. We greed to take -at one the worshipper and th- idol of hone.A receive such fees and compensation as the Intandant Jack.A M Mrs'M ,
Yulce and others.Turthermore. yet prefer it lo that of Clay. Indeed council together, and it is child's pl.ty to nay a (frieid frank, liWral, reliable and sincere, may allow ; and tfce City Treasurer w hereby required Johnson, Baricn Wells! ,'JCHairi : --

: Whrn% the I'miJent thall as regards California, Clay and Poole's Bill that, because all our variant notions of adjust receiving inufarn recipiority of/ the sentiments heinspired. fo pay him (the same.upon the rtquisitioa ef the Jettison, Betsy Williams, Jor.li ((4

be been Bft, fyiougl)*. Oenins, learnini and elootjence I ntenda n t. John on, Franklin S Whiddon. >Jr Eliri.Jackson. _-.. .
is have and .
but the not harmonized reduced
called to answer for hs! ofTence, how shall enactment of lhe Executive Proviso. merit may"mcirti one of thf ir mot splendid exemplar Passed Council, July 3, 1S-V ; Tobias 2 Willis, BnxiC -

thue who, know ing l.i unfitness hiznoffi' to f.um, ue will resist it. It is this that weakens *- Death hag bad his victim,and I have lost mjTbis D. I' 110GUE, IrUenJant.A Ket-I, James 3 We1P. Henry : -'' -

placed Sichnond.Ve and destroys us. and that will render us (nerd true copy-Alte't, Kilby. John White, John -2 ,

escape. J If| he defeats lle; Coinpro. \ s'j4, ve had room for the admirable impotent; and powesle.a in the great contest brief and imperfect tribute i< all that can be G. V.'. HcTcniNs, Clctk. KevJo-epli .Whutton. A VWillis. / .

Uit' *hall not who oiTmed now, if indeed it have not been already too July 13, (Kf). 27 K4lMrMC .Je 'e
tlc they by elevating him lo I'esouion! unanimously, adopted at a meeting ahead. 36 30. long delayed. Inadequate though it be, it is, how- Keel. Mrs C M Williams, Mrj Fatty -

Residency! enabled him to do o, be heW Democrats ofllichuiond j in opposition to the ever.sf'll due ''a toe honorable pmfe ion which he Notice.A Kilpatrick, E N Ward.BHYoun -
The Southern Address. hiV'ly adorned ; it rs dua' lo friendship ; it 23 due LiodNichtdas V Dr C ,

They wIo Adju&lmcnt Bill. The Encjvlrer, though cp. We will not suppose that any of our readers to SD tl endeariug viitues of Ihe dead. There' nmre Lt whatsoever persons nattre having against any claims the estate or demands of William of *** Persons ca'lifg for any ot the above letter: '

fl.te are now cWng as dinioufe6 posed, admits the meeting; lo have been re. arc so lazy, or K heedless of the events of the (hail, one H. Erockenbrough, deceased, are hereby required to tilt please say they- are advert!"? I. '

oP1K.ueuti of the Compromise-was it in members tnd not to give this documsntacaufr.l '4 Will come at evening's hour lo shed Ihern to the undersigned administratrix ot MILES NASH, P. M.
character. time important present
net fpeclnbh" Sir. ) as .
narrtwbed.. W. July r, 1550. 25 3t -
ot! o'er shy ;
they xvlo U The tear memory his estate. within the time pre-cribi-d bv law, or in i
*> ( and
consideration. But lest
lerly reading :
opp08ej ,Le election] of Robert (J. scott for of the ,
( years ono most Died i in Holme Valley. Wainzton! County on default thereof, they will be forever debarred from Mackerel. '
Jeu. Can bo turh '
flow one f lhe trong.t iidvocate influential Democrats of Virginia there khould nn one, we give a very ISin June, Major JOHN !l. LONO in the 75th recovery. All persons indebted lo the estate, are -
cite i age. required to make payment to the undersisrued. XTOS. 1 and 1 in bbR, \ bbl*., and 4 hbli .Tf'orI'N

I Taylor, the moit the Resolutieot! "hi a pj>eccb of great power lo enlighten his understanding. year jlajor Lone wa' l born in Savannah, fJes on the ELLEN A. BROCKENBROUGH, .ale by S. S KNIGHT, .

'mtdtille of itscppuncutE ? l'call tjpun and effect." The* AdAess 1 Is attributed fa tI'e pen of nffr: JinlJajy, 1778. Ha reraoVcd fo FlofIda in If25* July 0,1830'1.' Cfi 4t (hmninIstutrix. June 35?, 1S50, 23 r :






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STAEILITV-SECURITV-PERPETUITV.' :I MEMPHIS INSTITUTE T ':bt'r1tClflCIlt. Sljc: } floribimi & 3curual I Business. Carts,-&t' .- -

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TIlE SOUTHERN PRESS." 900000. THE r-ular cn-jisc of Lecture ja j thi;; InMtnte; In Chancery.John rIDLlSm 1) EVERY: SVTUF.DIY-EVE.MXG. Cotton Brokerage- --:

A N association ofi\ty.t hr'c Members Congress..Senators .1 -- --- -- --- commence on the first oj X.wpmSer and lolillmt. _
Daval }
P. Crrrt>
and Representatives have constituted j THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.or continue 'liii ii I litI I h.t of Febriarv. The Anaiomi. c*. : > Rill of !Injunction.John T Jr. )r S : BERRY & RQWII3
the undi"8i tjied a Corauutle to *upci intend the t'6t t cal Oeiratineiit| ,: will be open and eadv to recede tffei.diit. N sdd.tion: i ,
Fontane to
NO. J.: WALL ST., students by the. fiM of O. IOa..r.! : } THREE Don. perannum.ifpah' in advance. l r.ieir; business AI1Cti""ftU
ubhhm .If a .uher! tress at Washington City, j :lW01U The Medical Departmcut appealing t.Ilif.ld..rily to the 'OUlt that: J..hn 1 \!! Cotarnis..iun tt'rrhr111! ". Itt
defence Southern will bo under I the direct IT Tim Clo: .\ ?-D A aiM.r. if Jai.i within six montl.s. I\t' tlltlt, aira.
and ul ;
devoted tothecKjXiMiun 'ftbei01IovjnI'I.OFrSSfls. I
t be VIET Accumulated FmiJ, Nov. 1st. 119 $!IIO.-- | l--.it.i'ie I the LM.-n.lant.: d,es not re"iJe in tri;i ( rl.t' I lIjr'; or COTTON frr.in.er 'Vewie:
FOUR DOLLARS i i': not theycarJCJ ,
Rights anJ Institution*-, the dis, rmi ation of I L\ (M )1. sfC'ireU'.' invested in IV-n.UanU .M'rv1n : => Slate, but in the State of Grngia : It it ()rtltytuI.That p-yd.uattltheer.dof who may tiN find it convenient to t'ier j, a'tku

correct inlornuttoa as tu N- ttl era IMicv, and tit.cgur' I real estate in tin* city and BruuKlyn and .-!t.ck..1 Z. FnrEJUjr, M D Professor of .\nnrny. the said John l\ ntane, d.) appear and answer ; These tel rn* will! be rigidly adhered! to, andno K.I the ,. arrival f.-t the steair.er." BtrrJ.n1lr.t

of Pohtl'11t0IU of f\eW'lr" anJ United tit\3 R. S. NEWTf". M I D. Professor of SIr..ry I lilt 'oIi.1 Hill f (Injunction in this case filed within pap<'r will be discontinued untilall :lIteara .'ure he spot they. wll; b? readv; tc uke an ,

to paity lnt' Whig anJ Democrat.Arrangement ) .- I G.,vonneiil. II. J UULCR. M 1. !D., Piofessirof Tneorv and Practice thr.'c months from date herviitlndi: is further uiJ.| 1l.11f.I at the option: the t publishers SuhscnifM the market that may ofTer. ath3ntet

are pvogre4. l'roml.t tu en I This Itind is tapidiv: iflcr bill; by a \\idelyextended of Medinne. OiJfra. Tint a c'-py cf thi' Ord r be pn'li! :
.'lie the i'ie of such a paper under Ilc ot. and prospel flu s bu ine:
'Ilic SOUTHERN PRF.SS" I The Company declared a dividend (.f profits of fif- Path ih.jv, Mincralozv and Ge.I.:0. piiuteil in the city of Tallahassee, Stale paper out of this county rau
for the conduct of which suitable. J h'rt' have been { .tvo per teat"on all tfxi"Uii policies on the 3Ut J KI'iG.1.. L>.. Professor of Matnru Medica,.The- d r"21aiJ. the cash, unles! the! order! eomo through any of ourreitarly --- --- -. \VIS---

eugajed, who will! also receive aid ot a number of J oII1Ult\.'. IS1* I raiicutics and '. .l-al: Juri prnelC=e. THOMAS DALTZEI.L. Jud.p.A authorized agents in the State. AMES--

uf .eminent arid: able contributors. I All the Profits are divided amous the Insured. J. Mn/r:.- h-Nn A. M' M. I D., Profe $or of true cop-Attest, 111\.1:1:8 l'i
I fhemUtrv; PhJnna, O CAR .\. MYERS I Clrrk.June .
There will! be both a tra-weckly and weekly issue \ : A I> V K IITI S E M ITS
the latter to contain subtantially the Maine putter I The ;tiremium ire payable- cash 1 aminlysemiI. : \ J. A. \\It.oo ;, M. 0. Prnfesrr ol Obstetrics and r', s.Vi.. 2:t 2mJohn !IIRUOS. .n DCI! I-S.: PAINTS, OILS
added on thel.lt.rr'd Will b inserted at the rate of Oie Dollar .
: interest being
I.- per trjiiire
ui quirlci.y -------
.if A reach ihs of DI.ast.: ? ol U'o'ni-n and CII i 1.lrNI. Toilet Artirhs.!
the arid mien: to pointi &
a* tonner. | S In CIHll for eachsiibseijtient Pcrfdnrrj '. UinJarr
pavm'nts.1'Hec41priIlcille, ccry. of t wevn lines for the ftht"anti titty cents cilt!
the country whos? mail facilities are limited.A this! CI.IN iUE I.FCTUREBS. ;
secure deductionwill
:hll'It'd by Company) insertion. A reasynable; P.\I'fTiR5' PnfSJO:! A'liD
P. Duv.il Complainant: ) COLOU', !
D.ul\u'Iue will be added: hereafted. should and it to the parties tor whose, benefit I the insuiances .Medicine.-Pmfes-sor I H.1 J I Hn.cE.I ti > !Bill! for' InjunclMin. bo nude on l-ual notices: estate notice yearly .1 plhe.'aric,. (;Iao.n... ,
11ft deemed .advisable or necessary by the press are rtected, the whole ol the advantage*, without Hurgrry.-Pnfes9or R. S. NEWTON T. P Ilowaid Defendant. n:tic.s without; altf'r4ilnn. by persons having; A<,
) II
people of the Southern States. -but tIlJilctilth lfJ to the heavy dravvbick of accumu- Z. FKEEM M. I D Anatomical Demonstrator.The l appearing to 0 the s..t ti factitji of the Court that reii'i!!ir accounts with the utiice. rl" lnwest market I IIn tui4d and torule amt the 1
will be exclusively political!;
The piper not Uld premium notes.Person fees for a full course of Lectures amount to IT All announcements IIf l cindidates: : for office-, FIn prtis.
will embrace its broad sheet the General New* of I T. !1. Howard! the Defendant, does not i' on J 1111et1't insurance Mllh4.'lr own liv>sand one hundred and five dollars. DOLL.\RI-ill\.HiI.I\ in advance.! No attention & .UlrS

the day. Domestic and Portion, by malt and tele- !i lh# lives"of others. A tmrnod women cau insure Each Professor's I ticket Sl.'i.I Msr'ic'ilator's: :':. That thi- Slate the,said but in T.the H. Stale I Howard ol Geoigta d.> : Ilia and UfJ'ifd.an.wrth will be p lit tn any o ,let lor :UHlOUI1Cenwnt,'Jnles'i Tallahassee. November. 20, 1 S47.. If
appear ------ -- -- -- --
craph ; Cornm-icul ald2.til"I1turI Intelligence, the benefit! of which Demonstiator's Fee the .h. -------- f
the life of her husband S10. Graduation $:I). accompanied with ciI- IMOs
said Bill of in this filed ihi'it : TOWI.R.
and care \\ rAIII"NO
Literal Criticisms, Ojuin.il E< a.s all!, Literary those .: are smtred by lax for the e\cluive ue of herself or Those dc! in shoit. m-mes TOWLE &
and Miscellaneous; and collected aiuegteofwlich: clnldien.i dies; < I their let tris (post pai) lo I the Dean : and students That a of this ordrr he published once week, gm-aiuito't'ly ; b-it editorial notices for private i- PAPY,
<4 general interest the I' and all otherdepenJent salaries arriving in the city will plea-r- call copy will be charged a :advertisements.
Urn *
constitutes the i interefting i and valuable Newspaper.Groat Clerg'men upon OM at for I lh-' space of two months in newspaper printed benefit Allcmeys and CouEsfHcn! atAVING law, ,
ares; Mially: invited avail themselves ol a resource the COIIIDltciall1oll'l. R. S. XEU'TOV. in the city of Tallaha-. State af.ire and Report
cure will be taken to give lull correct I formed an sciation for the
whereby thi'ir summing families way be secured Dean of the Faculty. I I..TZIU Jud.e.: Jon W O K K.We J Practice J.
of the Proceedings! and Debate in Butli J Houses of Liw, will attend the several ContU
Congress as \\"t'lIl1s the action uf the local Legislatures Irora the evils of penury. LAW DEPARrM nXT.: A true conj-.\tte. t. are well prepared to execute Job "ork.lUchai Middle Circuit ol r Florida. and in the DifriCr of n,!
1 of i
on(he) Southern quectun.'i Pamphlet explanatory and thaj its advantage, lion. H. "'. M. KING, PrufesHor of theory an.l j>rac- oc.\lf MVEPo, Clerk. hauls,{:Hd", blank"patnpHets.&c.. with neatness of the U.S 3t I Jlab''ot11) bo*ine,,etlrcSJ
A United number ()nt Iv nf Advertisraer.tg i n ill be Lifo' Insurance illustrating ice nO! Law.JOHN June 2-'. l ISM 5 Smla and d'-s!,atch. All work of this decription to their care \cill receive PfoC'I'( attention.CO '
with forms of .atio-i, fnlbe obtained at the .
received 'the main obect| being to furnish a large i ippli DEL\KIELP, Esq., Professor of Commercial ----- ---- --- evccnt for p.rs"n4 h ivin,! yearly: accounts with OJScf in i the Capitol. :
office of the Company, 33 Wall st., or of any: of its Jefferson
Circuit Court.
smcrant of reaJin-; matter. JarispiuJence. 41.EnM5O the office.r! >'ii-t t li* p.ti.l! for on -livery.! February 17. 1 H4f 7 !
in size a' .mts. Session. .--- ---- ---.- -- -- .
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The will be sheet eq'ial per Martin --- -
H;PPI printed on a TRUSTEES.Jo Palmer tEOIC.J.OTICI T-!
to those of tie other Washington papeu.ana Ihe ma- All communications poitainirs tills departmentmust vs. SPRING GOODS. :

lerial will be procured especially lor the purpose.It H. Collins-, David C. Colden, be addressed to E- W. M K.XG;. Esq. Ca'lnrine Ellis :and Charlotte A. Parish. subscribers are just o;>eninj. ? their Spring

is confidently hoped that every true friend to Win J. H>*lp, Alfred Edwaid, Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 06, ]1S.W Bill to sell r-idenc of estate of James L. Parish to THE ock. which has been well and carefully selected Dr. Charles T. Darby

the South mil aid in procu:nig sub! cribt'r". and forward l R. H. McCurdk Win. Belts Blunt pay debt due Complainant. by an experienced hand, consisting of Staple T') ESPKCTFULLY: announces to the public! in ecB.

the names, with he amount subscribed. tusome I 1 Fied S. Winston Joseph The Faculties for intellectual abilities, moral and Fancv Dry Goods Hardware, Groceries, Oils IV eral that he hat permanently located tinsel
C. W. Faber Naac G. Pearson, : it appearing from (Ihe bill wliich! was m
Southern Representative at Washington, forth- J' hn P. Yelverton, lientyVcl1;, wPith t and 1'1"slOn3blp acquirement will compare TNthisc.iusfl.! i all Circii'l t Court on t the "tli d!.iy ol I Paints and Glass, Crockery, Hollow-wtre, SCat ion- :. Monticello Florida and will i be found at all tiu,
"ith. favorably I h 0 the most di.ti 1uishcJ ill our cou no iv. bill'I'ri'if'd erv. Furniture! Clotl.in, Lc.., &e in short everything unless professionally enge.i!. Strict attention '
which of Complainant il,
Theo. Sed'vvick \'an.t'Ole.. April )IS50, i Ityalti.h\'it -
Postmaster are authorized by law lo remit subscription Medical; constitutes the aiul his As bl' all
The faculty an anomaly in thisor needed! by planter family. paid to professional calls.
Defendant (Cat hat inc CIII, resides
:; !R. Collins, Zcbedee Cook I that ; : .
free cf poataze.TERMS. fa'-y oiher cOII'lfrv-all of them of stock is ; with cash May 5, l-jjl
:any are able lecturersand great part our bought we are
John' II. SiVift Jona Miller beyond the limits of Ihe Slate of FlouJa, namely! in
: I the I best teachers.Those enabkd to give good har;nins. Please call and M>e.McNAL'GHT -
Juhr. Wadsrtortli la\id .\. Comslock, HIP I.tt..of Alabama : o7 ,
Session of andSemiweekly who ill & ORMOND. K IIU'J'CIIINIAUCTIONEER 1
the .
For Tri-weelily during Congress, w contemplate our raphiral
1 S. M. Cornell Robert Shuvlcr I position It it therefore Ordered, Tint publication be madein ,
durmglbe iece*., the price will and the extent! of our population; can have no Newport April 11, 1;''0. 1 t
bl"'j in TahluiiceFlorida for lour
Jjmes Chambers ,
Gour. M. Wilkins some newspaper
:3 doubt as to the eligibility r>f our situation -- -
annum, for
per I.. Tuckeiman, an enterprise months successively requiring siul Catherine Ellis! Fruits &c: ,
Weekly 20 I John V. Pnivn, Joseph : of the kind. As to health Groceries; i
paper FrPd Whittl.Nlllje" H.I Grinncll I, including seasons to plead amls'er. or demur to said bill, on or oefoielh" T.ILL1I7.IS.-EL. Ff4.
The I price subscription mUit be paid invariably Charles Ely, Wm. J. RuaWr of the jear, we deny tholtl Y OTHLR ciTrUS i first :Monday S"ph'mlarrn."torlhl'rnewillbe TUST received per Schooner William R. Pettes from RE'fR TO
advance, and thecaa accompany the name M'lHK. .1 New Orlean?,
Cruder Ensene DuO ilh '.iken eonfe,*o, and] -H down for hearin ex-
procuring ten name* tliail be entitled i John C A common <-irorexi.t< in Ihe minds of min "tnd 1"0 ; St Louis Flour Rio Coffee, Messrs H. BOND: J. W. ARGYLF, D. C. W'n.lor
Fall Term of said Conrt.
ta receive a cop*. gratis for one year.A. Walter Jov, Francis J. o. Tlut Lithrop h ,Jit t? telativc to I the pl.lce..f !tudj 1115 medicine ; parte at the THOMAS BALTZELL, JuJ.e. &c. Tobacco, White Beans, f'. II. FLAGG.T. J. HODO> and J. T. ARCH'EB"March
P. : I Allied Veil tho e who intend practicing amon the diiea-es: Olive Oil, Oranges, It), ISO. 10
JOsF.PH D. COLLINS, 1'rctiJrnt. May 7, 1-in. _
JACKSON MOUrON, the Wesfand :. ulh hovild certainly educate themselves Test Iir.i/.il Nut: Lemony S
R. 1 01 C*. mAC AUR-XTT Serrrlitry.JU at a school. who-e Faculty are practically ac- .crlli'! copv- Whiskey, Kim J. L. SHIELDS, :1. D. :1.t. BOo D, JJ. J.
'!. BUT\T, Ci>ifi*ctlm.JAME5R C. G. FIFE, Clcik.
J. TIIOMVS'N.t.J. with tho I di--eae Claret Wine.
juiantc: e Gin
GAM1JLK2't.: Tallahassee.Jannaiv May U, 1S5(). 1 IS din ,
:: Editor, and pipers ft tendly to the entrrprize That the public may be sithfird of the perrnananey : --- ---- For :silo f flY' Drs. SHIELDS & BOND,
: -2 ---- -- -
viU h this which will entitle 19, l-sV -yCOTTOJ of Jhi chool f vl it duty ALFF.ED E. HOC.
plca Prospectus, t we our to tate! that In Chancery. ( associated t themselves together in
them to an exchange with the newspapet. All --- ------ the Tiu-tecs and Faculty forma rvrr in action, M rcli 30, IS'0. 12Watches HAVING tie

who comply with (this/requi-st \ ill! .e".da cop (f [ GINS. which ausurs well for i Us-! future 1r'ol"; and that CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY Fr.)1 ..A.hty ., services to the p of citizens Medicine of,Quiiicy Surgery and, i.c.the, for !bnf

the paper! cent aim:: it to the Committee.; I he ppculi.ir i jut f'm..l oruanixalion which connects TfcRM. "- r. Jevrelry, &c. inz count rv. st1iruij.

Vahington My ->', 110.Diari. .. JESS II. WATSON them, Cannot be 1II1t"lIuptt.d.I Julia Thi.-tle, by her next irieud hiram .. lIE' subscriber- have just recf'iJ J I Quinrv.An-rntt1iSt9.' :n
--- -- --- _
: M. W. ICING.Pr'i'len 1 .L '
Benner, <9r.;;: .JI \ell a good supply e t Goods,
COMPANY Imvorce.Ilezekiab .
GIN )LtUF.tCi'L'1UR, I of the J'acitllu. t'". I t: SrSk. arnun; which ;.ireTobias Thomas Jeff.:Ii-elr---

130: GREEN'WIOH STREET, NEW YORK.proorietur Miy 11.1 1 ?". IS rm L.PROOF Thi If'. ,;,''d Lever Watches
Lcc C0ll1l ( AT L.nf'TfLL
Piilniyra, '1 korgiaT'UU ,
b.!j tn call tlw aU'n1ion.D.f con. hHvin been ma-le that -7ekia'li! I.. Thn-I I I mutt log Silver I Levers,
THE''' i-i Tea, aa: th<* heads of families to \\ ) inform his friends and the public eene- J. WILLIAMS irf.! out ot time tateol Florid! ',, // i.. Or- L*.\pien ::.'Ilpl..in'atchl'i'l., \.\ nnctlce: ; ir> hCiirtir Court in each

fie c\oice $!Iql rare *i lecti.ia ot Teas imported by I. illy. that lie rmilinue the t above hiisiii.< at I j'ht t received per Schr. Vf. R. IVttes from ilirrJ, "1'0''. motion I.f S. n1 Jllory. llj; C'>m- Chains, Sea14aimd Kevt, Cuunty ot the Midd.e Cue iit.and in rb 1Iu.

tti-m, and uttherio triknowu! iti thi r.matrv, which hi"old! tanJ: where he will bo lnpp t to s''iiply| thT.vith I HAS Orleans, I pliuiant'Solicitor; that a heat in:: of the tarts charged Rract-leN, I Tos-jm Pins', r.il1 ". Earrings.Il preme Court and U.uted States Di"tntt Court i

S bv' iheir fng-"'*.e and delicacy c-nn'tined! with vtrgt I \ a fir! rate article. As an evidence of the I Flour Bacon in the Complain-int's Hill: be had ; a'tJ t that a I Sides
of hill he would stale that out of the and Shoulders One i Monticello, Jannuy 2!', t 1S-T3. 23
work !
purity an J ttrenjtn.. f.Tod'.icc au intuaion of sur- quality nofirp thereof !be published in some public! ne'\i! Gold Pen an.1 Pencil fass, ,
jaisi n: richness ami flivor. larcf number sold bv him the past year not one ha. Hogshead choice Brown Sugar, per of this State for t Hte-ifweof four months at least.: Gold Pens in Silver! Cases, I ----- ---- -- -- ; ;;

The Teat vjercd are llf .fa tl"einsr: fail d to give pertt-ct satisfaction-and would a" rHereir For silp a< |.w aanv"' one. else.Antil JOSEPH 15- XNCASTER Silver Table, Tea, Mustard and Sill Spoons, C.\RAW- Sazrrn,1 [\.. S. Dii .

The JeJJa Blootn a Black Tea, at t tt't per Ib.THEAS3AMTEA >, jju-etlie i name ol any one who has one d his ; 2'I i. 1 Is.-, p. \: JtiI4c Soul hem Circuit. Marble Clock, ..;P'J'lJ i'L1:! ,;_1 'f_ 7L1'C'1TATTORNEYS : .
4' *' Gin in ne. 1 He is intending to enlarge l.ii.e"tablu'-- ------ -- ._--- \\' M.r-h 1.-,,. OJ j .rJ"
:''ipbn, ,.l). 0 r: ------- --- -- KPV '; (1.) | 12 -Im Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks, :
d'* ee 0 .V) ment cnnsiderab'y' this \eu.ln which: ineai.he will ]!)1'o
Oacca a Greca Tea, e. 1 W .. i) cnaMeii, to oil:orders (which :last 'veai he ua 'In- 'i
.. I able d, with Gins, if possible\ siinerior to Mother* l-rii-nd a-id Li'j'i.d; Cathartic I I T. Blocker
To9-ta! % da. 1) 75J 4C to )) anv ever ) ) .Xmf.un sworn to SM17 1'). March! 23, l V). U
Dr. Goid-iii's Atiti-iiilii.iH I| PilN.I July 7, 1S-I& 27.
4' Tiek-tiaa; da. < 50 manufacture i in Southwe-ternGeoieia. I 1I..thinkstltlt i t' -- -- -
D .
Ud-fi MiMut*, acompotind) of every' yen's e\pciience PluMes him to mok'- Dr. Hasting'I : ) C"U'ilf'nultllp| cf Naptha James D/'r r:1I I'W!'11. $ .1f11a.s'j- Buggy I Buggys E. MAXWELL

the mMt t rare and cl ice little bet lei article. Dr. L'tile'i fO.. .* (Jitters,Tonic Pills, and Vermi- .- endlIIl. arid all other persons i inIprpstpd. A. ,
i 1"111t
received ntr.situry,
T JI tjrnwn, on the fertile Being practical: n .,hanic, ind \ ithal.dcteimined fuze, Lurina Coidhl, \ not uied of theco'Miae.icemer.t of the Tl"5T with at my Carriage ATTOaNIY: AT LAW

and genial oil of A im.VTith ** I 00 II l! tn m' but Gi n. ot I he very fir.M c1a-shall be man. Rin:w oi HI and Teller Ointment, French Mixture, above "uit. and required,! loapp.nr at the nest Term 5 BUJ.:"VS to; ", ,
\\"ilhu! tl ILL attend all the Courts of the MiddV! Cir-
a view to encourage the introd-irtioa of titHe uf4Ctur I in his hop,he feel* sa'cinv\ai{ rani ing them Dr Sercer's! Ve-j.iaMPilU: ; : and Millets. (.MI I the fourth Monday i'i ()cuer, A. D. l l'iO.,) ot II) I ockawol4l'ol! ps. \.\/ cmt. 'cOffire over S. F. Bnrnev'j tGre.
taitehleai Tf'u. it is t\i\ intention ot the proprietors I tn operate to the iiatiofariion ol the purchaser. liewill Dr. M'mrphev'Suzar' .''".it!l Anil-Fever Pills the Circuit t Court for the County Leon and Stateof 1 : '
secondami! Carrvall, Tallahassee Oct. 27 lvt;'. 43J
d'hver them tree oi to Dr. Leriv's \., ..tahle t'lIi 'ersall'illi. Florida and to Ihl' d-r!irttion tiled therein: 1 ,
tit tli,tribute liy'lJt. a'non(the purchasers a qUAntity charge purchasers! at plead ; : which will be *'ld on the W-t of t rir. -- ----
nf Tea cqiil to the tart 'eAr.i' profits on the .lefiTeeted. their plantations. Dr. t P11 Is, WALKER & GWYNN,
hand S.lfittlt' Bridies' double and single H. BRADfORD
Each iturehasT will receive e'cloid in All enZaemeiIt. made with hi* tra'e1linrl'nt.., Mitrhell'-i f-yc'Silh'e.: and Thompson's I; Water, Aitornevs. for PlaintitH : A!io. on ,

the pickaxe a n.1m''r..1 .1cTii5rateentitlins! him to4ThP I or Hi-dent to the Proprietor at Palmyra, ehall be Moflalfs PJianiRiti -rs and Life Pills," April n. ".-,). II I mIn i harness found, and in every ddtrry variety Il-fahihrr.ent of!Goods and and Wares all kin nsu-! f.llfIr@ 1Nk Y AT LAW .':
ally a ;
I attended to. Dr. n"". Con.'" Syrup,
chance in the distribution f-w e'cttiftv cents promptly the shortest notice. & Tallall:1 Florida.
liiJ o'Jt and an the receipt; amounting'to S'iO.OO'J, 03-: Repairing properly done in the most durable Genuine Stuii: ;h' 'uN Ih'ter. The above well Attachment.Albeit I work dune at I P. .c.t E. HULL. April 20, l ';f). 15

llie U'liermeatiiaed' parcel nf T'a, to the value often man ncr.Ir known and popular nediM (or nle bv flestwick! t March IK ISm. I)

per cent., or two tho-mid d'
a-.vay a* btnaiie arcurdi-jj the f-illowiug; scale: & Co.V C\ST IRON HOUSE POWER '?U- June ]fl. 1 1",0. -z-:: than Quiticv, Fla. John tlnf ) Claret Wine.A ATTOUXKY AT LAW

5"priies of 51 !:. Tea at $1 1 01. 2J: I. or GAR MILL- in 'lutI1W.-.tf'tn Georgia: and Florida. -- -- defendant] and! all other ner-wis interested St. J ilien received
21 *' 2: e. 1 00, 5'KJ 2\.1 Contracts Cdn be ma'leith mv Travelling Agents! Notice to Turpentine Makers, THE I take notice ot t the institution of thc n'iove FEW casr superior just HAS taken ill hn abode at TaHaha5ee, and will
44 Any information wanted with regard to the (00,1 and .6.:1and: for sale by in the Courtsof t'ne Middle Distnct,
fA" I".e 1 01, V"iJ ) to am' prison who fIawi," to enter into the .'IiI.in Jefferson Circuit Court hy araclim: lit. and MrNAUGIIT" & ORMOND.
jo-3 4' r ee. jo i. '. n 4' r"'1). I IO" operation of lhegi' mill*. ran bf o'tlained: bv. addrea- OH business. A appear and plead to the d.-rl3-ati..n file 1 in sudcasf, and of Franklin and Jackson Counties.
vi.un man, wil b a tarnilv who Newport, April 19cf) (") 1 UCabinetMaking.
1" 1 0 J. .i::,) It I' 2J i ins me at'1'alrnvra, Lee Co.intv"', Georgia.. : ha( had several cars experience. in making Tom!i(n- on or before the n';.xt Fall Term ol ,ai Comt. March 0, 1-;'). i> i"

Msn-h ;.O.lv.yi. i'iAgency ]> tine. in the vidnitv; (i| Wih1iogt..n.C..aod who CARVWAY SMITH. Articles &c. ;
U1 prize in all. 8000( IbWn.. Attorney lor Plaintiff. Medicines, Toilet ,
of understand-' process Ihorou 'lilv. wishes to take rrtHP3 subscriber having taken the
Those perwn* who prefer lower priii! Teas. can charge ff a bu ines, the < Fall hrt* July et, 1C-V. 20 3m -n
,1I"UJ1: ; \\ a uf- : Ui?? I- Shop and Ware-Room recently
receive their prize(", in prooortion or they will be DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. uii&.rit niiinuerff hands -- --. --- -- NASH & TAYLOR
alfotd him
ate implnjed' to ttt"u..l.ied by Mr.! Gerard Vm! eihoets.:
re-p rcht*.d fur eah, at a deduct "n 1 of lo percent., I li'u-ral Notice.1TV3UR OULL nspecthilly: inform their ,
PULMONARY Ii \l.SAMPeecial I; E\pe('tordrt. I a salary or an interest in the bu-in"ss. For is prepared to Manulactureall kinds of Cabinet Fur-
'"rjCouttrv .\:'nti rf' uiret" Appi kat inns to beti1rece.1 J. I'ulm-inarv Liniuent 1'urt and Mtriicinal! Cod I Inrther paitico'ar, address W. II. ii., Maduon C. : weeks after dite I s.hihl apply to the Hoii- mtnn..and h.isnow. on band agood assortment.which it1' friends and;! the public, that ibej

; (,jst pi J) ta the CoajanDepot; z-t Liver Oil, Anti-lJv; "p"|.tic Mixtme Nervine Verraifujo I II I .Middle! Florida. Judge of Prl.ulp! in and for the County of will be st.llow! for rn,h. GEO. DAMON. ju-t received a new supply 01 ;ncdf

;1tt..e Dt'puiativc Sjrup, IK-jrt Corn-c'or Humor June )II, '';0. 2T 3n Madison for leave to sell the meal estate of Walter! Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, and on -! ; of Medicines, Perfumerf, 'I

Jane *. 1S50. 21 mNunn's Corrertu,'. Cruli and Cathartic Pills! Female 1'ills R. Bla'kb'HII.lale of the County of Jell>ron, dortnsfd reasonable term,;*. J.nn.irv!, 1;,")|). 2 ion Soaps, &c., & ., which. adJcd to their fcraertuck

Female Sj.erif.r' &(., fco ud by him constantly Notice. : said estate! lyinjj and !>..inz in the County of -- not lor.; since received makes their twit-

& Clark'sC and with unprecedented SUPC<-!"S III the treatment ri If| \ LL crcJitor.lp'tlel's.l and entitle l to Madison All per-ons interested! -will plei-e take r1HE Qnincy Male and Female Academy ment nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen tUI : JI

: F.TFf P'..'NO':-warrantCi :-fii, 6i. Colds, Coii;b*, CrtiMuriiplion ,\-""na. I H,-.rt Uis.a 4.:1. d.stnbutiun i ii. the e.ote: ..f( persons Loui-a B. Newton due notice thereof. -L re-np"lif'cl J,1111I011\ 'ih.t inc >e'on'l session !I do not wish te purchase Medicines can call and es.I -
auJ'2 Octave grand actiou: Pianos. I. "es, Iy'pep"!a, Scinluli Skin U.-easrs; Kheutr.atj late ol Leon ('ountv', d..t'a"f.d. are fcenbv ni.titied ELIA L.STlXr.EH.Jm't.. will commence June ((5th. Students may enter at I amioe our stock of Pcrtamery, Soaps, &.c.I

-,1.)1)_ I' rn, Fetnal CuniplaintPiles, ic, &c. that MiPir claims and dl'III.tIltIill be barred: at I Ihe June 27, )::,). 01 t 4t *ny time during the year, and, after the second week i I Mav A, IS50. n .

JEalian Attachment Pianos, with hs Tune. Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdotuinal exp: .tion t uf two vear l I from, this date unless I the of the session they will be charged only from the K-\-Uarr. :
able 8'eds. The a'jjve ce.t rat..d Piano*can be bad Supporter* ; Dr. Fitch's 1 Improvtd Patent arne are exhibited Jo the snb! iher ind all Notice. time of enttrinj. Board may be had at prices; Varying I s. s.

by ."tIc; tifJ" to D. C. WILSON. Steel Serins: Shoulder Brace; Dr. Filth's Silver Inhaling who have any
3un.l,1O. 21 tf Tube. herein noliiiedlo 1 {l.rt'H'lIi them without delav and O Honorable! Judge of Probate! in ai.d I'-r Renfon see putted catalogue, which msv be obtainedby

-- those'i"J..lJt'llo. said eMate; arc now called u-on tc County, for adijrharse from auv' further admmistratudon application to N. H. STEWART, I TALLAHASSEE. KLOKIDA.

GUNSMITHING.I I DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES: make immediate pivment toPATRICK t I he estate! ol Charles Laing.dece.-tsed.late cf Jan. 2. l"V. _3_Prir.cipal. i KEEPS constantly on hand.andoffers forsaleif! ?

on the prevention and cure of Com''impii'iti, \"II.m3. I SMITH!, Adn.'r. Centon. County, South Flo'id.i. Notice. I advance on cot. for cash, all ihesianij-

Diseases of the I Heart, &c., and on I the met IK.d! of June 1 1.i, 1S.V 2J: \ ard articles in his line. Flours rf approved qw'ities '
G UN.SMITH WORK of all JIIIrriT'ltioM. done pre.ervmg Health and Beauty; to au clJ zv. This J. n. ALf.I5 : urn r? months after date, I hall present my accounts -Sugars, Co !ees. Teas, Baron Hams, Port

with the jtno.t Precision and Despatch by i book should be in er family. To the Consumptive Bacon Pork and Flour. June 2?, |s.o.. 21 ion SIX:1d vouchers to the Honorable Court ot Probates Soap Cjndles Lard and all similar articltST"-''

the 'ui .f'rlb.'t..t his"hon III'\t d.or to Dr. H tnard' it points out the only irawnable hope for reli.-f. for the County of Leon and ask tor a final set !et her with Fruits, Irish Potatoes Onions,>a",

I'articnUr .iMe-iiion paid to country oideu and thr I To mothers, tht-directlon.! il gives for the care and 1 BACON I HAMS.SIDLS, AND SHOULDERS, Notice. tlement and discharge as Ttrctitor of the la.t will R.1 i:1..FiIn.md'.and allother articleioiM"!.'

patrnnaz all Ksolirivd.Ji education of children are i invaluable. .txo copiesof )f I f-li Mess Pork, months aftelht4..1 shall apply to the II nnr.r- and testament of William Turner .1ec a-l'd. found in Uresiablishment. .

>ar I ucVs Repaired. S.c.. A.C.CHMtUJS. this book have pad through the press ar.d the 2f>) St. Louis Flour, .SIX Ie Jcde of Probate! in a-id for the Count.* ul f S lITIlETt.RXER.. Store nex door above G. H. .Meginniss' Man-
DEMILLY. Just received Schoom iV.. R. Petles. and for
wale continues unabated. For ale by S. S. Filch &* per etfd"lJn for :.ydchar.e; as one ul the Administra- Febrnarv 2, .;)0.I 6m roe street.
Tallahassee, Mu' 2", ]s"0. 'o I *al In': J. M. WILLIAMS.June _
Co., 707 Broadway New Yoik and bv; It-IS of William Ucllaniv; late of said -untvde-- -\priI2..IS1J. !7' ly
---------- --- --- -- ---- S )1S.D. -
BRADFORD ---- ------
-- -
Quir.cy, Florida.fjrj Just Received.- lon Crllft' v.Jal'luaQ' 10. iS")(,. 2 fun runE! !subscriber buying f.tted up the TANERVin GEO. H. BESTWICK,
(urn r first Door West of Judge BaltzeH's.Mav : Pr Fitch'! Guide tn Invalids, fr Directions) to in this place known as Biker's Tamard has DraIrT

-2't, )1S.3U. :0 pei''sons iing Dr. fitch's Heml-dic,tu Le \had,gratit, 10 I 000 BOUNDS BACON SIDES, Notice. now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision 5

---- -- -- -- --- of all hi* Agents. G.OOOlbs. Shoulders, Months after the date cf this notice I will for bale ; and will have tine BOOTS and SHOES .. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA |
THE TRUE MEDICINAL June l 15, I 1S5U. 21 tlJan 101)0 Ibs. plain llam, SIX of sale at W ,
eot vouchers and accounts to I he lion. made to ordt-r. He! has on hind a superior article T'"EEPS constantly: on hand.ahd fcr
-- ---- -. ---- .1 I tierces SIJ?ar-cured hams doubleJ- o1t.d NEGRO SHOES. He would here return IV lov et cash for cashall the article "
COD LIVER OIL Jud:e of Probate for Leon County, for a final settlement I > puce?,
SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 10 barrels Flour and discharge from the Estate; t>f Dr. I. D. his thinks to the citizens of Gadden and the I I his line ot business. Flours best qIJ3lilit!,-uja'!

USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula' Consumption, HAVE just received a large and general a"sort- 30' "" Whiskey, Ne.\'ton, late of said County, .ed.PATRICK adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say I I Coffee. Teas, Bacon Hams, Soap.Caodlu. Nuts,
i"m. thtiiaBr<>nchiti*,Coughs, of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals 10 .Me!s Poik, SIITII.dm'r.. to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather sins, Lard %Vhiskev. and all other articles lIStlaU!
and alldi cap" of the Che-t ar-d Lungt A supply I I I Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which they will ledon 15 Iii Ine 4' March 23, IS-'O. 1I1mNotice. Boots, a-ul Shoes, at his old stand in Garden found in similar establishments. All per90fl'1-

of this valuable ni'lirine i i-> just rpc..iwhich IB the most casonablc terms for casi li fir> approved 3 hhds. New Orleans Sugar, County near Qnincy. He will be Iladat all times ine to purchase any of the above article, are & ,

warranted pure and of I lerv" Minenor, |iiality. rrt dit. J'ersons wishingRenuino unadulterated mcd- 45 kegs Nails, 10 echanre any of the above articles ior Oak Bark, pectfully invited to call and price then before bu!- ;

For s.Ie by LE"IA IF.
May 2:. 1 1). 20 Tallahassee, Fla. before puichasingel ewhtie.Quincy r.rantly.Hum. sin, Portt'r.and many other all iclt's. SIX' I shall appl to the Hon. James 11. !Hioome, tfj-: Good Hoot and Shoe makers, of steady habits Store formerly occupied by L. A. H. GreeDTk ;
which will be sold for eo.t.H'in t.
-- a.tV small! advance on street
---- June 15. 1550. 21 tlJan delcrmitied Jud,e of Probate for L"'on Count} for a dichiarge can have employment.'W. Co.corner ot Monroe and Jefferson ,
Private House. to give bargains, all shall find it
theii ham the administratorship of the estate of George May 1'2. IS41.
immOdest the -
UN twelve Gentlemen can be acromoda'ed asJ. Peas chaing. to give subscriber a call before pur. Youngdeceased late of Leon County, Florida. Tallahassee,February 2, 1 S-r,. 4 ly

Day r.hn R. Lloyd'. 10 BUSHELS of PEAS for sale by 'Tallahassee June S. S. KNIGHT. DAVID D. YOUNG, To the Florida Volunteers. I
1850. 22 of
Monroe street neat house tn the store occupied S. S. KNIGHT. Adm'r. of George Young, deceased. ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, undersigned will attend to the collt lioD, ,.

ty Mr. Leon 8ran, on desirable terms. Also one June 22. 1SV). 24 Pure Sulphate of March 1(5,1S5'i.' 10 (m HAR FFOKD, CONNECTICUT. TIlE 3am"t the Slate or the United SlatU

furnirfiej rf om. now unocrupied foi a gentlemanand Quinine. Notice. pUILDlNGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house for services rendered by or supplies furnish* ,th5
lady, or two single gentlemen.Tallahassee Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, fPHE subscribers have on hand two bundled and 13 insured against loss by tire. Florida Volunteers called into service of tee.Stat -

My II, lWj. 19 /COMPRISING his Expectorant Hair Tonic Alterative J- fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they ALL persons holding claims aeiinst t James Black- LEWIS & AMES during the recent Indian outbreak. i

\ S Hair Dye Carminilive Halsam, Tonic have obtained ditect from the manufacturers and ,e. late of Leon County deceased are no- January 26, 1,;). 3lenh1., Talbha!''?. Being thoroughly conversant with aU the forJ
Fruits, &.c. Vermifuge,Sanative Pills and Ague Pills (fur sale by they will warrant it to be a superior article. t titled: t that they must be presented to the ir.dersiijned and business necessary for the collection of the 53UC;

I ORANGES, SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE We have enlarged our stork of Drugs and Medl'cinf'1I within the time prescribed by the statute, or this Garden Seeds. he flatter himself h* will be enabled tog lu> I

RAISINS.' LEMONS, June 15, I 1S'0. 23 than Quinc, Fla. by rceem.tariivalsand. are prepare d to execute notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS atistactiou to those entrusting their claim'him. \fIt

____n _____._ _____ ____ orders lor articles in our line at wholesale] or retail, EDWARD BLACKLEDGE, Adm'r. A of .
APPLET ONIONS, just received from the celebrated garden GJ! !
IRISH POTATOES, P r. S. I*. "l'o"/u&clul'i SrIsI&LuiI1a. on the most accommodatingtciins.We i t May 2S, 1550. 20 St R. Garretson.on Long Island.! Forsnle by Refl"rence--\lI who know him. .. .
MACKEREL in half bJVrel and kilt, Dr. Sand do. have also a few accounts yet due to us for the LEWIS & AMES. GEORGE W. UUTCIl'.l':

PICKLED BEES: TONGUES, Dr. Wood's do. year 1640. They are generally in small amounts, Notice. JanuaryslcSO.5i) February 23, 1550. 7
Dr. Bull's do. but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go made -
will be
Just received an. for sale by months after date, application
JOHN Mr DOUG ALL. Dr. Comstock's do. far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe. SIX the Hon. Judsje of Probate for Leon Countyfor S. S. Knight Court of Probate.

Q Dr. Comstock'w Pain Extractor. LEWIS: & AMES. letters of dismission from the estate of Thomas .
December 2J, 1S4 50 CH"ISE1l
stand where AT
old ?
JuneS, 18'0. continue business at ATT or
by : b
deceased late of rvd WILL
White County. Marcn S. -
c. wait such of his friends as have Washington County. J
on /
June < hopes rtIN
tlJan Fla.
13, I s30. 23 Quincy, SAMUEL C. WHITE Administrator. of K"*
Pain Killer.A the matter of Sin Smith Gu rdian
GrocerieiJ.JUST heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, ptomis
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May 19, 1 1:0. 19 Cm that all shall ha\egood articbsat fair prices. E. Russ,, minor l h.-ir of Robert Russ dt'ceacd
FRESH of Perry DuI; Pain Killer] ing
supply ,
just Provisions Ate. received !
per schooner Petti from New Or- J Roche ar.d ; V
of .
On the Stephen
17 1
received and for sale by Flour Bacon Lard &c April 2S.1S49. Gxard1 1
TV11ITE BARRELS MESS PORK, Lard Oil, (pure.) Long, securities, praying tnt Sinn Smith 1t'
fc CO., Agents. 44: 6 do. Prime do. Extra Sugared Hams JUST received from New Orleanl.per schooner W. icnlmlic Kxtrac Cannnbis musts as aforesaid may be required to give new seCUfl"'d .

Novel 4wr 17, 1849. 45 5 K4 Leaf Lard Plain Hams, Pettes 11. Collodion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, in lieu of petitioner or in default thereof. 'that p.

Nails. 2 half barrels Crunberrief, Rectified Whiskey. Flour-Ohio and St. Louis, Philotokcn Nervine Smith be removtd from said GlJrdloln.1up.'d i
1 hhd. clear side Bacon, Aloin Store- Sides Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by pearing to the satisfaction of this Court |bat bei.f
80 KEGS Agawan and Fall River Cut Nails, just 1 do. shoulder do. Clear Sides, Shoulders Bacon and Shoulders, SHIELDS & GOLbWIRE, Sion Smith Guardian. ot R.'bert E. Rus, minor .

received and for sale byMcNAUGHT 10 bbls. Si. Louis Flour Molasses, SI Louis Flour Lard Molasses and Jsujrar. June 1% 1S30. 23 tlJan Q'Jiocy.lo1a. of Robert Russ, deceased, resides beyond- tIme 'IlIlIofof

i. OnMO D. S do planting Potatoes, Rio Coffee, 50Sacks Salt, &c ice For sale! by J. M. WILLIAMS.May the State of Florida, bet in one of the States! f

Newport. April 33. 1500. 14 1 hhd. fine Su' fjt, For sale cheap by A. E. HOC. 11, IS50. IS Bagging, the United State, to wit: the Stated Mis5iPP1'greed

20 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed,. June 29, Hs50. 25 that notice of said petitioner cannot be
Saratoga Water. -4 AND SALT for sale bvMcNAUGHT
10 barrel Rectified Whiskey.Just } ROPE upon him : S\ ifb.It .
Flour. \
20 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just received tec'd. per schr. W. R. Petles, and for sale by received per Schr. W. R. Petlei, from New & ORMOND. j.. therefore Ordered That the said Sion '
and for wile byMcNAIJGUT McNAUGHT & ORMOND. AFRESH supply Family FLOUR just received tJ Orleans, Nawport, Jarjiury 5, 1S50. 52 Guardian a: aforesaid,do appear and a"s sa of fb!

& ORMOND. Newport March 9. 16.S(. 9 "Llewellyn" and for sale! by Clear Sides, titioners within four moths frtm |the date prtl"

NetvportApril 13. 1 IS'I'J 14 McNAUGHT & OiUIC D. Shoulders, Tin Manufactory. first p ticationPROSPECTUS ol this order, or the said

New Books. Newport, June 20,1S50."Refrigerators Fxtra Sugar Cured Hams, engaged additional "vorkmenwe are will be taken as confessed, and the prayer thiS 5rder b

Plow Iron. FINE sel'clioof the Novels ot the' day, together Plain Hams HAVING to till all orders in cur line in a granted : ProwJ.J. That a copy of. some

assortment of wide Iron, SlY S. t'. and 10 in- A with many others, such as Bruces' Life and Meat Safes. Prime Leaf Lard, prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from published once week fcr bar months of F1orid3WAShINGTON

AN ',.'lilable for Plow, received per Schooner and_ Travels HumboldC Travels Rambler in Mexico LANDING from Dark "Llewellyn" an assortment Star Candles the country will receive immed'ate: attention. A paper published within the State

Abel!, and fur sale by i Los Gringos, &c., for sale byMcNAUGHT named articles,for sale by Pearl Starch. For sale byALFRCD liberal discount given to mercha its and dealers. biigf0
M AUGHT fc ORMOND.. & ORMOND. McNAUGllT & ORMOND. E. HOC. T WHITE& CO. Judge of Probates !

, Newport, March 9, ISr/O. 9 Newport, April 13rlb50. 11 Newport June 2., 1630. May 25, 1650. 20 June 9, IS.... 23 Al'lil27lS50. 16