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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 20, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FA., SATUR.DAYj1JJ11 20, 1850. VOLUME: 1MO. 28. L !


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Professor Webster's Confession of the Kill was entirely dismembered was quickly afier the lecture, at which persons having bu. control over my passions which I ought to have he levelled with the ground. Last year SOft I ion. Fifteen newSates must \t..added tnihononsz. ; .,(! <: 4 I

ling of Dr. Parkman. : done as a work of terrible and desperate necessity siness with me, or in my rooms, were always acquired early, and the consequence i U all this. c-)tti n was planted in this County and in Benton !!vehoWing tecliun (It' tie Union brforr. ; .

the mating of the Council this rmrning.v : ,-the only instrument was the knife directed t:call. I looked into my rooms on But you ntitied Dr. Parkman to meet you at but 1 .i. year little n none, notwithstanding i it is represenfd in thr Sennfc in proportion to '

;It of Prof. Webber was referred to a found by officers in the tea chest, which I kept Sunday afternoon, but did nothing.-Afier the ascertain hour, and told him you would p. the price of cotton has nearly doubled. Ii 1 its free jwpulation. Iful refuse, or hesitate ,o_ \i,

< ease!! Before the commiiloe, at ]2. for; cutting corks. I made no use of the Turkish first visit of the officers, I took the pelvis and him when you knewyoii bad not the means} is a C'O'mOI sayirg with the people that '.ill t-) admit one until you can balance it by nd- : .,:

rominiH"-ttpP""rrd thfl Ilcv' D/ Putnam! the knife a? i it' was called at the trial,-tha! some of the limbs 1or the upper well and No, he replied! I did not tell him 1 would pay is of no u. r to plant o improve until ire know ding a slave Stile jour own section you <:

o'clock.I ndviscr[ of the condemned!, with a pp. hud long been kept on In)' parlor mantle.piece threw them into the under the privy ; I II him, and there is no evidence that I told him tllihe Indians are going to do. Under t this tcUl arouse a.spirit of indignation in lime North .1 ':

[spiritual for a commutation punishment 1'ig.tb. in Cambridge as a curious ornament. My I tock the thorax. from the 'H'JlelJ', and packed so, except my own words spoken after his disappearance state of things, our section cannot possihy" tchich it will not be easy to allay."-Whew. ; ,

ju'on with a confession\ that he killed Dr. Park. daughters frequently cleaned it, hence the i in the tea-chest as fmnd ; my own impresjion and after I had determined to take ahead," and our section may be 10 incude IO \V.W.\Y t,

rr marks of oil and whiting found on it. I had I. has been that was not clone until the ground that I had paid him, those words the whole! of East Florida. Yours, truly. ;

1I13n. reverend gentleman prefaced the state lately brought it into Boston to get the silver after the second visit of the otc<'r: which were the miserable tIssue of falsehood to which .I-w.i the Ancirnt City t'.

The a few remaiks: relative tn thc manner sheath repaired. was on Tuesday ; but Kingsley's l testimony! I was committed from the moment I had beganto Letter from Judge Sharkey. Figure it out Yourself. ::\ ..

nifnt which bv that confession was made to him.- While dismembering the body a stream'ofCochituate shows that it must have been done sooner ; conceal the homicide ; I never had a thought JACKSON, MI., 21st JVM, 1830. As both: parties have agreed upon their cap. .
I in of the thorax had been made of Dr. .' To the Editor of the M'a
I'
the injuring This 'hsippi
perfoiation [ was acconpanied Southrtl: Cams and are burnishing their for
plated that he had no previous acquaintnnce water was running through the I up arms Ibl .
lie\ with: Prof. W. before being called to act sink, carrying off the blood in a pipe that pat. 'by the knife ; at the time of removing the viscera by the statement: in which Prf Webster at. DEAR SIK : An opinion expressed by me contest, we give some reliable statistics of for.merelections ': J

Wednesday ; 1 put on kindlings and tempts to as to his Littlefield in a letter to the Hon. II. S. Foote, which the .: ':
.
seeing
serve
the capacity of his spiritual adri!'t>r. In thefirst sed down through the lower laboratory,-there explai I approv. rniy noncommissioned ,
in. few weeks of IJis'i -iu he sought no acknowledgment must have been a leak in the pipe, for the ceiling made a fire in the furnace below, having first sending Il0ud inquiring about gases lug the plan of compromise introduced into officers as rcsrer.At '

.
poked down the ashes some of the limbs, I from the ] the Senate by the committee thirteen is the election "
of the pri oner. At length on below was stained immediately around it. ; vaul. May in 184; the whole! num. ,

the 23J May, he visited him in his cell, and I There was a fire burning in the furnace of the cannot remember which or how many wrl Afierreadingihiestatement, D. Putman proceeded I being used as evidence that the South would her of voles or nearly so. cast for Congressmen : ,.

consumed at that time ; this was the I last 1 had to argue as to its truthfulness, saying, be content with the terms oftlie compromise.That was 5,747, of which received '
demanded of him, for his own \\'eIlIJeing, that lower )laboratory. Littlefield was mistaken in i : If'TY 3,422 _
to do with th" remains ; the tin box was designed that it was made when tl.e writ of error was I opinion may: receive an undue weight and Putnam 2.325. .' that .
should tell the truth in regard to the mat. thinking there had been a fire there.He \ at time t j
he and be acceded to the request by making had probably never le\'er kindled onclmt I had to receive the thorax, though I had not still pending ; also that Professor Webster's from the circumstance that I was chosen : cast 1,523, :Middle Florida 2,070, Ea't Florida : ;

trr statement, which was now submitted to the done myself several times. I had done concluded \bert I should finally put the box. estate was worth several thousand dollars, and President of the .Nashville Convention, and I (which then itic.'u-Ied! B-nton,) 1,917, South {,. .

consideration A of the council. It was in substance that day i for the purpose. ofmaking oxygen gas.i The fish books tied up ns grapples were to be that he was not in such a strait as to commit : the inference may be drawn that a majority Florida (including Hillsborotigh.) 331. Tho '

as follows : The head and the vi"cer were put into the used for drawing up the parts in the ,'auhswhene"er such a crime deliberately. The previous petition of the Delegates concurred in approving the vote for Governor exceeded the C ngressional : .,

"On Tuesday, 20th Nov., I sent the note to furnace that day, and the fuel Leaped. on. I I should determine how to dispose from: Professor Webster protesting his compromise. The re\'erSf however, is true : rote 103, making the whole vote for Governor ,

Parkman, \\\'hich. it appears was carriedliy did not examine at night to sec to what degree of them and get strainings enough ; I had a innocence and praying for absolute pardon, he The compromise had but few friends in the 5,915. In October, 1845. a the election for ';"

Dr. the boy Maxwell ; I banded it to Little. they were consumed. S of the extremities confused double object in ordering the box said was got up by his family who were unwavering Convention. And( that no opinion of mine Congressmen between Brockenbrough and .. 0

( lne and making the grappels ; I had before intended in their belief his innocence until may be used to destroy, in any degree, the the whole number of votes 5 ,
field, unsealed! it was to ask Dr. Packman to were put in there, I believe' on that day. Cahel were ,
to get such things to send to raJa} ; the his confession was communicated to them about force of the action of ihe Convention, a fur. being 014 Jess than at the .
call at my rooms on Tuesday the 23d, after The pelvis and some of the limbs, perhaps, preceding
box the and other articles which a week since. ther explanation be
to hold plants may May. of which Brockenbrough >
lecture ; be had become of late importunate were all put under the lid of the lecture-room necessary.The rt cthtd 2,669 .
lily I wish to protect from the salt water and the He concluded in asserting his belief that letter was written at a time when it and Cabell ,63 Majority for B. 37.
f,r his pay ; he had threatened me witha table, in what is called the well-a deep sink :
suit to an officer in my house, and to lined with lead. A stream Cochituate wa. sea air, and the hooks to be used there) in obtaining the confession was true. Members of the was believed by me, as well as by olheis, not The next Congressional election was in Oc.

; put corralind plants from the 5l':. I was counci have retained a copy of the petition only here but elsewhere, that the Convention lober, 1816. Kain and Cabell
drive me from the professorship! : if I did notpay ter turned into it, and kept running through i I contestants, .,
this intended of them previously and withdrawn movements would result in total failure.
previously ue suggested presented, by the when the whole number of '
: cast 5-
him. The purport of my note: was simply all Friday night. The thorax was into a "l.les was
put and mixed itself with the idea of the advice of,Dr. Putnam which will Some of the States had declined
be to 877 but
up probably appoint being ;3S voles more than
to ask! the conference ; 1 did not tell him similar well in the lower laboratory, which I was cast in
other application ; I doubt even now to whichuse published It asserts his innocence, and it also Delegates ; it was believed that the Delegates I May, 1845, for Governor, and 130 increases
in'it what I could' do, or what I had to say with water, and threw in a quantity of -
filed would have been had I not asserts that Littlefield other appointed others would attend
they applied or some person by not and i over the Congressional vote of that
about the merit ; I wished} to gain for those which I found there. This |>osition of year.-
}
pa
used the hooks at the lime of the discovery.The placed the remains in his room to compass everywhere great oppositi'Ja manifested West Florida then gave 1,580. srmll increase .
a
few d tan into the tea cbe.-t was take.ii; froma his ruin. towards the It seemed
put impossibleto over May, 1815 Middle
which I was liable every day, on occasions, of the officers on Monday. mtaure. ; Florida 2.132, .
barrel of it that been in the laboratoryfor rally the South vindication of her rights. an increase likewise. Florida '
hal Eat .
and in a manner very agreeable and alaimjnlr \ When the body had been thus all disposed l,779va(
i some time bag of tan brought in on TAMPA, FA.: June 21, 1950. The advices from seemed off. South Florida ) ,
; Washington City to falling ) : 30, increase.'
,-:and al,,o to arrest for' **o long a tim at I I cleared away all traces of what had been an .
least the fulfilment of recent threats of severe dO\of ; ; I think the stick with which the fatal Monday was not used or,intended to be used ; To the Editors of the Floridian $f Journal: dispel any hope of a creditable Convention.arid Cauell's majority over Kain was 103. Tho ; :
it belonged to a quantity) obtained; by me along a failure could have no other effect than last election! took place in October' i
,
niaures ; I did not expect to be able to pay blow had been struck proved to be a piece of In a the region in and about 18t'I I
for in and rtentSIr't'\ to the
time
experiments encourage aggressions on the South.It The whole
ago Congressional
i him when! Friday, should arrive ; my p-npose the stump ofa large grape vein- two inches talming. the folk of Pease Creek Dr. We he Wi S.l57.be.(
) wa sent in by the family'! to get theway. by tCI was also believed that the c ing an increase vote in
( Compromise I oftIies
the and feet It h\'f )
\was jibe would accede to proposed inter. in diameter, two long. was discovered an extensile tract of what the Doctor years of,3I
I Iiew It' b in that time the best that
sent at was could
ing jut wasacdJl'nt31 possibly be obtained Cabell received -1,32. and
\\ ; to state to him my embarrassment.--, 01 e ,several pieces which I had carried in calls the best lands in Florirla. The ; I DI'al 3.305,
I was not aware that I Iliad put salt' so, indeed, I was distinctly informed. 57.
ifr inability to pay him at present ; to apoloise from Cambridge long !before for I ho Pt1rIoseofshowing said of largo tracts that are Mill Under making CalwUi rmjorily West Florid i
the chest. The found in the It1t many such circumstances I
the
letter
: tic wrote referredto voted t h i. 2.252. (an inm-as. of
*i for such of my conduct as had offended the effect certain chemical fluids surveyed ; but no matter what be the year > 672,) I
; : aucer of ink was for making coarse diagramsin may in reply to one which coulaJned but a syllabus Ii"dlt Florida 2.052, (an increase' of 820
him-to throw mV5(1IUjOfl his merc\-tn beg in coloring wood, by being ab.-oibed into thepores. facilities atlortied; to the settlers" in OIT section, ,) i
of the
further time and indulgence, for the sake This vine being a cloth. Compromise, not having seen tfce East Florida, ( Benton, Hilisuoroiigh and Levy
it is :
!
for : l grape very porous impossible); for; it to avail us until we can detail
The bunch of bad been used long ufthe But in f
measure. expressing beins at this election Soulh FJor-
ofmfamih', if not for inyelf and to make a* wood was well adapted to this purpose. Another flJIpjs say to t thl'r"Ton t can now come with safely." f'ckont"d
ago l by me in and thrown carelessly :that opinion, I did not intend to admit that the ida.) 2,331, being an increase of 605 South .
him I could have flick had been used intended ;
guod promi to a; any hope longer as I II is of no how delightful! be
:; into drawer I examined them I COlt''wn/'e may South entitled
,
never was to I
a ; nothing more. My opin. Florida 599, being an increase of 213
.>keeping. I did not hear from him on that I and exhibited to the students ; this one had) our climate, how luxuriant our coil, how cx- votes. ,
and do riot know whether they would fit any ions on the subject of our rights are The following! statement will show the
'but 11 found used I it into the to wel strength }
(lay. nor the next. (Wednesday) on not been : put fire.I ; ten'ive and inexhaustible: our timber and cat.rangt's .
locks of the If therewere known 1 be
of the college or not trust, to the subject of of the Counties at the
had been abroad in of I took the either from the floor
Thursday he pursuit me up two notes or lie an is to lie con.
other door with which I enemy permitted had declared that the South
without tinding me ; I imagined he had forgotten table, close I by where Dr. Paikman: had fallen.I had nothing! kC'j,fitting I suppose they must have; cealed in their midst to prowl in secret upon entitled repeatedly to an )equal portion of the new Ter was OCTOBER ELECTION, 131?, ..

the appointment, or else did not mean to I seized an old metalic pen lying on the table been all duplicates, or keys of former locks the lives and properly of the industrious pio.neC' ritories. West Florida.

wait for:' it ; 1 feared he would come in upon and dashed it across the face and through the r.
left there the mechanics I II Since that letter
or : writen the Nashville
by janitor. was
lecture hour. while I and them in I do Counties. Brown. Bailey. !. Enval-
mo at my or was preparing signatures put my pocket. Thl cold-hearted that characterizedlheSeininole CaCU
I I know nothing about and should never ma1ct Convention has met. Its enemies have been
.
my experiments for it, therefore I called not know why I did this rather than put themin I t'I attack ofJuly lat, the Escam11ia, 205 152 203: 156( -.
notice the multitude
be likely to di.cos.d disappointed, and its friends
If is
at his house on that morning (Friday) be- the fire, for I bad not considered for a moment : among falsehood: and In gratified. Santa J ROS. 17 8 161 8 .':
and of all kinds collected : irr'colC'ilaLle ;
of articles, large mal, now seen that the South is alive to her interests
teen 6 and 9 to remind him of my wish to what effect cither mode disposing of in rooms. janitor had furnished dins that it is now evident no kindness cancure. and her rights. The Convention Walton, 150 13 IS2 ItJ

MC him at the college at half-past one-my them would have on the mortgage or my indebtedness my This discovery has palsied the indtis- was Washington, 01 }o 100 132 S
the for
me with a key to dissecting room called for the of the SouthernStales
lecture at onf'-I I did not to talk to Dr. Parkman and the other purpose tullil :
closing stop perswns trial energies of our frontier e, 1lmts
the admission of medical friends visiting the I peop yet they to consult together, and to know eachother's 115:0 1:9 :7Jack"rn.
with him t for 1 the conversation= interested and I bad not given single 402
expected ; yet a have hoped fo their immediate removal I, and 140: 190
College but I Lad net or Used it. The nitric I deliberation
would lw and I had lecture to to the to what account s'ItiruC'lls.fe fiJI i Calhoun, 69 5G;
:
a long one my I thought question as have thus far stood to the discouraging 63 59 .
acid cm! the stairs was not used to reiiio'.espots up po. the d .
\ & opinion, r 'll\'d.
prepare) for it was necessary for me to have: I IJI1 give of the objects or re"ul of my in. I! sit ion lIt fore them in the reasonable expecta'lioil Con\'ention I Franklin l 101 132 00 139 "
of I blood, but was dropped by accident. that e South was entM;ltd at t least to claim to S
i iI I
mind free from all with Dr. Parkman. I the I _
and J
my time to keep my I never aw | When the uflkeis called for iiiun IVivUjr,' founded Ulton tlin r.Mw>!>tr-il .."p.. .r.f *-* .
Dr. P. to call hammer ofhy Littlefield (Governmentthai: .belter t times wt're coming. the Pacific which would her a ofl
etching matters": agieed on 'edge spoken never the 30lh 1 in doubt whether I was under u ,U to give part
I was Middle Florida.
me as I proposed: he came accordingly 'between I knew, of existence_ at least I have no recollection The helter times looked for will tolow immediately California. _
strict search oi
halt-past- 1 and 2, entering at the lectureroom of it. arrest, or "hlther be had-the a more latter nI I the removal: of the Indians ; and This plan received my cordial support. I Gadsden, 439: 325 435 326
to hypothesis
door ; 1 was engaged in removingsome I left the college to go home as late as six rooms was less than the former. I there is not one man whose interests are identified was the one for which I had indicated a pre Leon. 397 277 39309-

glasses from my lecture-room: table into o'chick, I collected myself as well as I couldthat being hardly appalling 1 with the settlement of the country, who ference before I It'f for the Convention. Itrecommends Wakulla, 130 91 127 95 .

the room in the rear called the upper laNoratory I might meet my family and) others with I When I found the arrest we went most over Craigies' Bridge when I holds a different opinion. I is true that the by its entire justice. In Jefferson, 160 2SO 219 235
probable
he came rapidly down the step and followed composure. On Saturday r visited my rooms thought ; occupation of the country by United Stale.- thU the South is yielding more than ought to Madison, 254 200 299 225
the
found that the cariage was stopping at jail,
) me into the laboratory : be immediately at the college, but made no change in the disposition of fate. has put business of a particular kind into the be demanded of her, hut for the sake: of harmony hamilton, 139 133: 147 141 .. .

address-cd! me with great energy, Are you of the remains. and laid no plans as I was;sure my the I took dose hands of paiticular individuals, who may be she may with propriety accede to it. I -
Before leaving carriage a
ready. for me, t sir ? Have you got the money\ ?1" to my future course. On Saturday evening I from pocket and swallowed somewhat benefited thereby! and the profit did not go into the CnI\utior with any other Total! !, 1549- 1311 1632 1331

I replied! No, Dr. PAikman" and was then read the notice in the Transcript, respecting strychnine it. 1 bad prepared my in the shape of a pill may be slightly reflected to parties in the sale motive than to preserve our rights by actingin East Florida.

beginning to state my condition and my appeal l t the disa pplarance.-I was then deeply imprcs- i line of business : but this is true only of the concct with others and was fully preparedto ,
before I left on the 23d. 1 Columbia! 22 2U3 295 290
to him but he wouU not listen to me, and s >d with the necessity of immediately taking my laboratory beef contractors. The contracts for wood act in a spirit of compromise ; ami!
thought I could not bear to survive Alachua, 139 1i3; 146 163
interrupted me with much vehemence, he call. I I some ground a* to the character of my interview detection which are next in importance and these may ever opinions I may have entertained what-I
: it dose the. of 215 209
I thought was a large ,- state Marion, 213 199 A' ;
el} me scoundrel and! liar anJ went on with Parkman: for I saw that it must become affore some profit to the ptrlies: : engaged' in it, pressed, I am now ;under obligations to
defeated the Duval 276 2279 235 't
,
probably, ,
nervous action -
ing on me the not bluer taunts and (heap-I\ known that 1 had such an interview, a- my system but it is plain that as the labor employed is i out the views of the Convention. Every man -
effects of the Nassau 81 @3 89 77 '
partially-tiie ,
1 brious epithets ; while he was sneaking; lie I had appointed at first by nn unsealed note ; : poi.-uii were. slave! labor! principal! that labor is withdrawn who went into it was at least t impliedly, bound .
I terrible hi> ond description it in St. Johns 129 171
drew handful of from his and I Ion had cal. ) ; was operation interest and in this light, is IG1:9
papers pocket, TupdaJ-and l Friday myself from the planting to abide by its action ; and this obligation
at thy College, and before I went there, Orange, 19 42 19 33
took from among them my two notes, and alsoan led at his hotiie in open[ day, and ratified thearrangement I : in.-41-ad oi being a benefit to the country is a I he- more cheerfully admitted by me, as al its
but afterwards. I but Lucie 17 3 17
St.
t wrote ,
old letter from Dr. Ho!'ack, written many -and had there ht'l seen,-and ino severely serious los. i do not contend that the supplies measures seem-d! to have in'iet a regard :

years ago, and congratulating him fin his suc. had probably\ been on rbear by the man servant I, one (lithe anonymous letters produced at the taken by the troops, in the circumstances for the Union and the preservation of theConstitution. -
the mailed at East the Total 1131 1202 1173 1206
trial ; Cambridge ,
cess in getting me appointed Professor! of ; 1 know not by many persons Dr. one ; is not a benefit, but I contend that the circumstances And I trust the whole South
in the letter
bundle referred detained
Cht'tnistf'j'You tee," he said, .' I got you P. might have been seen entering my rooms, little contained to bottle of Citric that have called for such supplies( in will unite, in a spirit of firm determination, to i South Florida. .
the
into office, and now I will get out of how he have told by jailor only a effect have and operating as which I .
jour you or many persons might by domestic I had their: general are insist upon the line compromise we Benton, 47 69 53 69
Acid for it stated ina
It." He put back into his pocket all the pa. the way where be was going ; the interviewwould that use.I had seen a serious drawback to the pro-pt'rity of the have recommended. This shall be roy course, Lvvf 37 16 33 16hlihistioro'

per except the letter and the notes. I can. in al probably be known, and I mun newspaper purchased a quantityof country. Excepting these two articles of sup and I hope by pursuing it to accomplish the no ret. 77 152
Acid which
Oxalic it
not tell how long the torrents of threats and be ready explain! it. be usrd in blood was stains.presumed I wishedthe was to ply, the patronage that the troops have extended preservation of the Union unimpaired. It is Monroe, 57 127:: 56 132 ;.

invectives continued and I cannot recall to The quection excited nv much, but on Sunday removing be to the products of our citizens, has been proper to state that my opinions were freely Dade, 0 5 3 3 .

memory but a snnll: portion of what }he said. my course was taken. I would go into pared to kept untouched, that it mightbe meagre in the extreme. Even the services communicated here as well as at Nashiille, ..

At fir.t I kept intcrpoHng? ,trying to pacify him, Bostol, and be the firrl to declare myself the! shown ii that there I should had be occasion, what it of the laborer are rejected in most cases or and I make this communication not to vindicate Total), 141 217 227 :372 .

so that: I might! obtain the object for which I person as yet unknown with whom Dr. P. had really was lurchasC'd. I ha'edrwn confined to the slaves.! On this point, how. myself against the charge of inconsit.eucyI .

sought the interview ; but I could not stop him made the appointment. I would take the up in separate explana. ever, we have no cause to complain, J'ecau.l am wholly indifferent on that subject The increase vote from 134S- to October,
tion of the use 1 intended to make of the blood will double: tile increase from
1850 !
probably
and soon my own temper was up. 1 forgot ground that I hu invited him to tbp College, the employment! of our young men in the trainsor -but solely for the purpose placing the S

"everything! and felt nothing but the sting: of to pay him money, and that I had paid it ; ac. sent/or on Thursday Littlefield)", the 22J, and of ihe conversation steamboats is in reality a detiirnent to the action of the Convention in its true Iiht, '46 to '49. I is calculated that ihe counties S .
with about the will double their
!Ms I words. I was ordinglj1 I think that Pattee in his of the increase
; testimony vote,and that a large proportion
gree passion, and while he was speaking and adding interest, which it np from their chosen and proper pursuits. But

and gesticulating in the most violent and men. smal pear I cast rrronlou IJ'. If I had thought, of on the trial, put too strongly my words aLoutbaving little sugar and less corn have been purchasedand is Democratic. There certainly! i ii a large .
settled with Dr. Parkman whatever of the of Eist ,
acing manner, thrusting his! letter and his fUt this course earlier, I should not have disposedof ; in: reject to the latter, the usual marketfor The N. Y. Observer, (says the Southern increase vote in some cotntics

into my face, in roy fury I seized whatever Pettee's beck for 890 in the Charles RiverBank I did cay at the time was in the hope I entertained the surplus, new settlers, has been cut oil ) concludes a long leader on the sub. Florida, and if our information be relied i

thing was handiest: (it was a Mick of wo0/1)) on Saturday, but should have suppressed that I should be able to pacify Dr. by the unsettled state of the country. Large ject Sentinel the following upon, a considerable majority of the increase ';

and delt him an instantaneous blow' with all it as going so far to make up the sum Parkman, and make some arrangements with supplies of corn, comparatively speaking, are remarkably compomie'ith The Ob. is Domocratic. --. .

; the force that passion could give it. which I was to have professed to have paid him, and was said in order to quiet Pettee, who still on hand in Benton County, and it is offeredat is one of the ablest religious_ newspapers The various offices in South Forida; have i, S
restive under the solicitation ofDr. serer have
that and
I did not know, or think, or care, where I !the day before! ,,and which, Pettee knew. I,had was. Parkinau.becoming a less price than the same, q'iatityof. corn. in America, and when it confines itself invited been emigration filled by in quarter from,other Dis. 1 S

should hit him, nor how hard nor what the hy mR at the hour interview. It had not can be purchased in New Orleans. I is Ilio to the legitimate r.eld: of its inquiry, is one oi mostly persons \ I
After Dr. Webster had stated mostofthe facts whether is increase'vote thereor
effect would be ; it was on the side: of his head, occurred to me. that I -hou1'er show the [ judges that the employment of the the most valuable family companions furnished tricts, tbtre an
by
and there was nothing to break the f force of notes canceled in proafOf i. or have accorded above on the 23d May, this questionwith Jou procuring steamboat wood, makes the by the ; but when it trims its sails for not we are not advised.
press
the blow; he fell instantly upon the pavement ; tl and let be inferred that all the earnestness, solemnity and autbori. thus procured more expensive than it an excursion upon the troubled waters* of po I. We have not as yet got fairly into the con. S
that that Doctor Parkman Democrats have exhibited .
ty of tone was master woo test-thus far our
there was no second blow ; I stooped down it was gone with the missing man, and shouldonl be supplied by contract, and that they tics, it seriously endangers its own powers
of addressed him. "Dr. Webster in all if followed fail of ,
over him, and be seemed to he lifeless ; blood have kept the Email one, which was allthat ] probability might be more profitably employed in haulingcorn. : usefulness, and exposes itself to the ridicule of a unanimity, up cannot sue. "

flowed from }his mouth, and I got a sponge and I could have pretended to have paid. My dare your days are numbered-you cannot, The fact that the troops have not taken its readers. The italics are our own, in the cess.

wiped it away ; I got some ammonia and ap. single thought was concealment and afet- you must not not die speak with falsely lie in to me mouth-so now--you up the surplus corn and sugar is not urged as following paragraphs ; otherwise they are Telegraphed for the Baltimore Sun. ,

plied it to hi* nose, but without effect ; perhaps every thing else was incidental to that. I a your complaint, but it is stated to show the little liteial extracts from the edi'orial! of the Observer .

I spent ten minutes in attempts to resuscitate \as in no state to consider my ulterior pecuniary prore to yourself that your repentance for the benefit our section has derived from the presence : lGARFAL June 29. ,
of
life
the
sins is
him, but I found be was absolutely! dead. inteiest. Money, though I needed so your past sincere. Tell me of roopi. They have built MMHC roads And now, if our Southern brethren will At twenty minutes past two o'clock this af. t
truth then-a confidence be sacred
In my horror and consternation I ran instinctively much, was of no account with me in that.con. lifetime and to much kept and bridges, which, when the Indians a.. give us their ear for one moment, we wileJ ternoonthe Table Rock at Niagara Fall fell

to the doors and bolted them-the doors dition of mind.If during your as longer as and the section of country to which: they Them what we believe would be tru with a tremendous crash, the sound of whichwas
for the of gone S
of the l lecture room and of the laboratory be I had designed and premeditated the boo shall my regard to to happiness and your the interest family lead shall be open for settlement, will ba use Idle Through the treachery of our representatives heard for miles around. A carriagu and S
seem me require,
low-and then what was I to do ? It ilf''er ful and beneficial to the ou are our masters. I If you are six persons were passing over it at the time-
micidc of Dr. Parkman in order to get possession I of truth and justice to permit-search to the country. }
occurred to me to out and declare what had rule for an Indefinite and they had just time to Tie-
go maintain barely
I of the notes and cancel my debt, I not bottom of your heart fur the history of your In order to stimulate the industry of those wisp you may your esap.
been done, and obtain assistance I saw nothing We feel that we are humbled.Do was carried with .
; I that the carriage away I.
it is ,
only should have deposited( Petee's check, the motives and tell me before God, did never engaged in agriculture, necessary perio.
but the alternative of a successful mo'c.aent i shouldbe us toofar. Put>n at least the is stated that the guide' and some visitors w Sat
of the cultivator not
next day, but I should have made some show occur to before the decease of Parkman soil and the occupancy provoke I
and concealment of the the you You the under the rock but it is not knowm
on one gained the time ,
body of getting and having the money before ; !Ishuu1d that his death, ifoU could bring it to the least subject to the chance of changeor semblance magnanimity. S
and infamy and perdition on the other. the control of the whether is injured, though fears.
from circumstance not in grand point, lasting country any person
have drawn my money from the bank pass, would be of great advantage to you, or interruption, any i
The first thing I did a soon a I could doanything and taken occasion to mention to the cashier at least that personal injury to him might possibly power of the owner to control, of any other in 1845.- Yield now to us in these compara. are entertained for their safety. k S
National seems to think
was to draw the body into the pri. that I had a sum: to make up that day for Dr. be the result of your expected conference business f because the yearly profit that can lice trifles : [The Intelligencer I

vale room adjoining ; there 1 took of the I' Parkman, and the same to Henchman when I with him As a ding man I charge you to be realized from the products of a farm are 1. Slavery can never go to New Mexico.and that it may be the elegant Suspension Bridgewhich '

clothes and began pulling them into fire, borrowed the $10, I should have remarked answer me truly and exactly, or else be silent: extremely small compared with the profit that Utah. It is excluded by physical laws. has fallen. Some portion of the Table '

which was burning in the upper ; that I was so much shor of a large sum thatI bad you not such thought No, never !I" yearly becomes invested in the improvements ; Pemi the North then lo apply hr Wilmot Pro Rock fell down a f few years ago. Three weeks S

they were all consumed there labrtor', was to pay borrowed the money said hs, with energy n and feeh'ng. As Ilh'f this profit is scarcely seen a it accumulates, co to these territories., It cost you no/A- since, however, we were upon the rock, an I S

v'it papers, porket-book, and whatever they of Henchman as mere pocket money for and as God is my witness, never I was no but it is felt in the increased facility of securinga ing i ; and will obtain for you th credit OIAG.NANIMOUSLY wereAvetto the skin by entering under a pore f

cntaine; I did not examine the pockets nor the day. I I had iutendt. the homicide of more capable of such a thought than any ono crop. The improvement ale the principal VIELUING A POINT. lion of the Horse Shoe Fall immediately' un. i I

rmo"e anything except the watch ; I saw Dr. Parkman, I not have made the appointment of rny innocent children ; I never had the remotest benefits to (the community also ; but in the 2. 'Permit the slave trade, and Slavery it. derneath. The volume of water, the roar o !

that, or the chain banging out I look it and with him twice, and each time in 80 idea of injuring Dr. P. until l the mo state of uncertainty that prevails in this section ,el to be abolished in the District of Colum- the wind, and the beetling cIifToverr>angin. t ". :

threw!: it over the bridge, I went to Cambridge open a manner that other would al- ment the blow was struck. no improvements at al are made. The on terms satisfactory to the Slaveholder were terrific enough, but we had no idea that : S

; my next move was a to get the body in moat certainly know it ; I should persons not have invited Dr. P. was extremely severe and sharp, stimulus, which is the certainty of enjoying there. // Kill cost tIe nation bu a tri to do .lhE solid structure would I(soon give way. :, .

t the sink, which stands in the small private him to my rooms at an hour when the anJ I am irritable and passionate quick. them, is taken away, and the faimer looks only it ; and you will never get rid of the. o is strange that "a cairiage and"six persons 0 '

rom setting the body partially erect against college would be full of studnt and others, headed and brief violence of temper has been to his present support. The people here have the Slavery quti among GOOD men a passing over it at the time. unless, il. .. '

te corner, and by getting up into the sink an hour when I was most likely to receive a besetting sin of my life. I was an only child, even no sort encouragement either to build I North until it drn. \\11 a very broad section, including ihs road,

myacif I succeeded fences because to-morrow P ;3. Admit California at once, in o tfc U II.. the house, fell dovrp.-Enquirer.] 5-
; in drawing it up there, i calls from others, fur that was the hour just much indulged, and I have never acquired the houses or they may ". ,;e < -- ,. -.---.,--- ";


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:''W.am C apsc j.iso.Cxtract :trried; out. We do not seek to deceive olh- I::DOW forf.rrirgibe. country since that t Compromise Jioribtan (\ !I President: Fillmare. .1 The( Florida Idiat;
If We .stand ) &laUttt\1 Charleston: Cuuricr us the follow. venerable Editor Sent
be deceived. f was adopted. in d
gives
..'?. II I ill our purpo not to \ kuo a' 1'1,1 k'"tits
h Joihrson CaTit: o! out this jlher and different. attitude toward the [.to think. that the .
from the S Me: of others are willing honestly to carry very : ing paragraphr.: : Ioun ; g:nt'mn the
Mlsileslppl.WASHINGTON. 1 Compromise, and if they will meet the qucs. proposition' from those by whom it W:1:!opt. R. B. MILT.ON &C. E. DYKE, "T1.r..; Cjmprcniic. I Iettt r, from a ds.i'luh'd :: ir'lfrdiIU: &JOurnal"exhthrt, great i ignorance o

Junrt 27. lr:>0. [lion like; men, and say: whit they wan in im.| [ed. Although! it wt an e'i in the b"ia"uiiig : -_ -1: n'nD- -. PROPRIETORS.-- .- -- ---- ; private sourer, at Washington' ,men-' a-regards every thing in rcialioi t.j the
!.Ir. DAVIC, of ;\ti ili..i.'pi.. When I Ite't ieq-.mocal: ) lanjiuag"I:, (am willinatoitiee: : then ii is u.iw the best res.lrc" wiifjia our -- -- --- ------ 'ioning i the illness of President Taylor: and of the Adriit.islralion. in action
seek to .h'lu.Jt' each i ii'iiui the only thin? which can. Saturday, July 20, ISoO. respect to tt! 1 IndJafcj
wimc convinced thai this bill could .\.tr be so oil thai 'lattorm. But if they pro c" specul.ttin! <{ OH Ih probability} ff leis death:
in hcl- ornnti-iice in the settlement of this ----. -_.- .------.--.------,- in the P.-iihrnila.: Perhaps he is
conceal their j p u. should die. the Bills right
Amended by the Senate: as to receive my vote >he country, lu purposes : -- -- ------ says: if he Compromise ; ti
I determined root to trespass further: on t the! patience .;; 'ow words, ant I to bring; us into. the adoption 'controversy. Il seemed strange lo rne .to hear DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION.FOR will certainly pass,' meaning, we presume 'even with. aid of tie wisdom so brcouvn; j'n

of senators with any remarks of mine+ fit( measure that carries nothing conclusive!) gibe supposition I that our lamented friend %I lr. hat Mr. Filrorp on his succession to the one of his year, wo are unable: ru disc

until the bill should have reached its final with it, then I have only' to say; I do not intend Clhlm. would if living support the meu.Mire CONGRESS : (I'residencv, cast his inlluence in theiravor. our errors. ref
.
Mage. I therefore riso now to address the : to deceive myself! nor to be made tht before I'. That he who bas beejijustlycalled lI ." Tbf Sentinel
.Tb
Senate reluctantly,and it shall be done briefly : instrument of deceiving or attempting to deceive I by my colleague our leader, upon'tbf5 JOHN BEARD.Death We have nothing conclusive in relation to j: says AJrrnniirration Lu ,
: great issue between the North and the South I !authoritatively avowed its determination to
I .
I have those whom
reluctantly for the reason just given! represent.But re
he of the President the
relation of inv colleague the chtmpioii: who was taken. away from Ul I position new upon : them, peaceably! jut t .
and more reluctantly kill I because the speech from this "PI"\citjof'! of President Taylor. rove can and the South in the t like a sUllm r.drie. fountain when our need' Adjustment Bill! of Mr. Clay ; but from t the i "
Ilf my colleague requires' from me a reply. I : passes on puts po- This startled [(orciblylfnett"s'n-. Did Wf say i
would gladly have been spared this tak.! I >ition of seeking the.Iissouri Compromise. :i- was the sorest ; he who never shrank community was on Sunday :.bllowing Il'Ulr'itten by him in 1933, when to the contrary ? We are welt anything gi
That is no! thin demanding on occasion the whole\ nornini last by the telegraphic announce men' aware that t Ihd 11
dt"lIiclc'ratum. -"trJ
,
}have studiously) avoided it during the progressof ; their choice-their the Abolition cloud, now shrouding ihe heav- Adinitiistrat.on; abounds in
amendment now rights of the South ; that hp who opposed the f the death of Gen. President of the arjieah, and promi. ,
The
this: debate ; and had it not been thai to inv attitude either.: > Taylor, en's in black, was but as the size of a man' ft
d.y.ith more than ordinary violence, he die pending before the Senate is an amendment' Missouri Compromise because il gives to the United Slates. He died nl the While [House sesof removing the savages-it is not a want :
South less thou her hand, we can well imagine that the bill of
that he who
of California, was right ; lofprmlst' of :
; "
reeled his arraignment fttainstlbosc who entertain 10 limit the southern boundary 'It) Tuesday night, the 9th. instant, at 35 min. which we complain-it is fail i
of the Missouri Compromise. was always first of his friends in every coutC2'in'uh'in' surrender, excluding as it doe, according to '
of
an opinion which I had the honor perhaps !Iy the parallel ure performance thai we hare to res
most prominently to announce, I rhould Is that asking; the :Missouri. Compromise a? southern interests and southern ttes past 10. Isis malady was essentially lh" Mr. Clay, the South from all the new lerrilory. We complain in behalf ofthe ;get.-+ '

have allowed this occasion to pass, like other our desideratum 1 or is it not rather claiminp; hoior: ; that he should now be held up as an same as that which carried off his din'inguish-d' will very naturally find favor in Mr. FillmoreV !ut'rin. ch?l.
the Missouri I Comnromisc advocate of that non-intervention" which Polk. His dealh sudden zens and interests of the State that. when her
the shall predecessor t
without exhibition on part of op. I hat you not infringe was
my the 1 letter i is
any [ At rate worthy of
in force the Mexican laws eyes. any pe. Indians
and that shall not it with a It'a'ts prohibiting have positively refused to J
position of opinion between my colleague you cross inch unexpected, for the Washington papers of rusal. What confirmation the go pV'
our entrance into the and forbids i gives to Se. .
State because of and influencei, cUlntr) : ably the
their
myself. organized troops necessary remotaii" i
the day previous make no mention of his ill .
of ?1- Congress to remove those impediments which rinel's assertion that )Ir. Fillmore is a man .
1\1\ r. FOOTE. :My\' colleague mutt permit me by, the anti-slavery feeling Congress forcibly, are taken -
sand: in the of the of our con. ness. The House of Representatives was a\ J-arri.t off at A i
the
to say, in justice to myself and to the understanding driven into their organization and into way enjoyment of conservative principles and views, we believe
which exists between us, that I did prohibition! of slavery for the very purpose ofj stitutional rights, is strange to me, surprising stopped on Tuesday morning in a discussion leave others to determine. We only sa from .;we to fight the battles of the. Frt d I

not intend to include him in rny remarks.Mr. gaining admission into the Union 1 Surely.Mr. beyond expression. Sir, can any one rf those having personal reference to the President by ) toilers against the slave State of Texas. t
Lord
Mich conservatism deliver
DAVIS. I do not intend to charge my President, that is not sufficient ground for! who have served with Mr.1 Calhoun or the, announcement that was thought he could "good u- !BoWlegs and Sam< Jones have in terms as poi h i\

colleague with a desire to assail me, but he saving that the South now come forward for watched his course front however remote i But to the letter : live a language can furnish, expressed I
not survive the to that time i is their
distance doubt where he bate been d.iy. Up evident
certainly attacked OJ, inions which I explicit' ] the Missouri Compromise, and that it is theii woul ( i BUFFALO, OCT. 17, 1839. [determination never lo leave Florida.
have taken it lound upon this que>lion ? Can1)' one, why there could have been no fears as to the ; Tint
and in as an
announced upon this floor, languagethat particular choice. They SIR : Your communication the 15th inst.is resolution theirs
he and it has read the speech which closed his career] termination of his sickness. The of is notorious ; and yet f in
he a
was certainly offensive. Now Buys alternative heretofore, respected as country gen. chairman of a committee appointed by
alter of in the Senate, doubt as to what were Mr. Cal.houn's .' the face of it, the regiment of
the
ie- peace-offering on fraternity. rally will mourn his departure. As a soldier, The Ani.Slare Society of the County Infantry, the :

Mr. FOOTE. I'i1l elate; frankly that tile They now demand that you shall not violateil have been opinions raised upon in al the points of this which de. Gen. Taylor stood deservedly high in the estimation Erie," just come lo hand. You o only effective Government troops which have

opinions which I assailed were first t promul a. ; but, so far as I know their opinion and so progress my answer to ihe following interrogatories : been within our limits, are withdrawn. Th
of His
fed by the honorable senator from Floi ida.[)I r. far as I am any representative 'c of it, the bate ? Surely) none can do it. his countrymen.) campaignsin 1st. Do you believe Thai peti'.ions to Con. .State now witnesses the ridiculous #
i farES have claimed their But as to ihe other point, whether or not Mexico exhibited qualities of a high order. of farce cf f22
ihe
Yulee] and my remarks were designed, BO claim noas they always iress on subject slavery and the s1ae.I
they were intended to have special' applicatron constitutional rights to be as broad as the he would have agreed to the extension of the Perseverance, intrepidity, calmness in trying I trade ought to be. rcreh-ed. read and respect .half filled companies of Artlley. stationed in

at all, to apply to him. Territories of the United Stales. But, sir, ini Missouri Compromise, wilh the recognition ofjslavery emergencies,. were traits which shone con. fully! considered by the representalives of the the Peninsula for the protection of the whites
Mr. DAVIS. I do not claim to have originated ; spirit of concession and amity, and for the below the line we are not left to mere people! 1 and the removal of the Indians : Services for
; in his In his
picuous military career. posit
did Mr. Calhoun
the idea ; but long before this bill was sake oftbat Union which is eulogized in such conjecture. Not only voTe 1 2nd. Are you opposed to the annexation ofj which this force, to use the simile of Goy
reported I announced my ubirc tear to be the sounding phrases by those who alone disturb for the Missouri Compromise, when ot.red. lion. as President, he was unfortunately not so Tens to this Union, under any circumstances, DuvaI is about .
just
Missouri 1 Compromise, with recognition below :ts harmony. and who we must l therefore suppose in the sense and spirit of the original compact, successful. Official distinction to quote so Ion a slaves are .held therein 1 | as well suited a a

the line as distinct as the exclusion above il., do not feel for it with half such intensity by the senator from Illinois, and on that occa. .the language oflhe Charleston Mercury, *4 in. ad.!Are you in favor of Congress exercising waggon and team to catch rabits.

That I believed to be. the ultimatum of my con.! is. ourcln's-il that spirit, and for that purpose sion indicate his willingness he voted'to for acquiesce in lead of making him conspicuous, wraps him ell the constitutional power it possesses, toj!a As lo ibe. \01 k" of removal 1 having" heea

Hituents, as it is the ultimatum which tin, we are willing to restrict our rights-tol such a settlement, but l the same [abolish the internal slave trade between the pretty much confided lo the discretion of Gen.
in mist and the clear outlines
the line even sharp of
I Compromise
proposition, as
Nashville Convention, where our Slate \\asrepresented arry out the compact by the last generation ls'our Slates ? fiTwiggs"( we know Wp
and which it first suggested! has at the sacrifice macC our rights in a large contained in was called the Clayton his military fame are obscured and in a measure -I 4th. Are you in favor of immediate legisla- that Gen. nothing. only know

put forth. portion of Territory. Yes, sir, withou compromise lilt). It is not because one as- effaced, by Ihe blank of his Presidentialcareer. lion. for the abolition of slavery! in the District Twigs is in no wise responsible! to

Mr. FOOTS. It i is not, as I believe, the ultimatum asking from our hrethl.r of the North thaI tserts a constitutional right to be higher or He did not carry into his new position I' |of Columbia ? the people of Florida. He is lot aimverablo!

of my constituents.Mr. they should: yield one jot or tittle in al the broader than thc basis of this partition, that it the qualities that made him eminent as a'' I am much engaged, and have no time to|tto them for his course. Nor have they any
is therefore be taken far he will
DAVIS. The senator says "not his 1 Territoiy, w e are willing to extend thl line to grante enter into an argument or lo explain at lengthmy means of affecting him, or making him fed
constituents." I thought, sir! that he and 1 J of 3d d.g. 30 min. to the Pacific, and give to in every contingency reject i. : history,' soldier. He had no natural aptitude for civil reasons for my opinion. I shall therefore their sentiments. It is wilh the Adaiinistra.felion ; .
the gives it a consideration above its merit. It II administration! no light of long experience to the
represented the same constituency he North exclusion of sla'pr' in country content myself, for present, hym"weringLJ
.Mr. FOOTE made some further. remarks.: I above that line, without asking any peculiai has come down from 1820, renewed in the guide him no love for the labors and the deep .\ your Interrogatories in the AFFIRM that four injured citizens have to deal. It

Mr. DAVIS. I JdIl reach that before Muse! nrhilege in the country below it. All of the case of the State of Texas, both times diminishing ludies that form essential parts of the President's Tl and leave for some future occasion-a ,i is the ,\rmilislration which has amused lLeit

my remarks, since the senator makes the i issue.; territory south of :G deg. 30 min. woul remain i the territorial strength of the South, | more extended discussion 0: the subject. with promi es speedily removing their foes
ofRce, and no talents for the of *
But my colleague calls on all those who agreed' lice, from contest or open\ and I)her has I.een faithfully: o'.er\'J.t/ :r ruling I wm.lt. however take this occasion to say.' "and it i h the '\dmiuhlr rion wlich they M,
wilh Mr. Calhoun when l living, and are willing 1. every man in the Unlter States lo go and set. since became, o was believed lo h.c become Cabinets. He has been i identified in public .that in thus frankly giving my opinion I would hold : must ,

now to adhere to their opinions, to meet, tie there wilh every species of proper!}', in the!, I the settled policy in relation lo theTerritories ; pinioit wilh but a single measure of his Administration nut desire to have it understood in the nature!? rcpon"I.ie by withholding their. toe

the i issue, and defies them to answer the arjru. United; Statts. Fur this most (advantageous of the Vuit.d Slates But 110.1perIJ and even there we are not aware ofa pledge. At. the same time that I seek nojj jlirom/ its supporters, if they expect to awakeD

anent that he has this day Jrt"I>euteJ. Sir, Mr.: arrangement to the North, the Missouri Compromise enough, the South has stood that there is any proof of his originating it or ,disguise, but freely give my sentiments on any I*jit to a sense cube obligations} which it has

Calhoun denied the power of Congress to prohibit ] line was drawn in 1820 ; for this il allow those who hold] the power to pass orlo subject of-interesl to those for whose fufragps, assumed. The will of course find

or to establish! slavery ; be asked. nothing was txtenl.dhen Texas was admitted ; lilt reject it to propose the line. It \3 once proposed lending to it any more vigorous support than ( am a candidate, I am opposed to giving any abundant St/&ile fir the
Thai of Californiais }by (he senator from Indiana, who now |acquiescence. We refer, of course, to wlnt hereafter excuse dilly-dallying of the
but! the guaranties of the constitution.: ''his now, when the admission f pledge that shall deprive me of all
M 11.111 I ask mm. But the senator, in his zeal under discussion, Wt' say we are read\ occupies the chair [Plr. Bright.] and I well' is called the Executive plan for settling the [discretionary power. My own character must? power at Washington.' A. single fact !peak

which surely outruns discretion, announce gain I" extend the line lo the Pacific, and j recollect the regret I left on that occasion thatit 'I Territorial question. We gladly believe thai l be the guaranty for the general correctness of volumes. The 7th! Infantry Regiment has

that he would scorn to receive protection f on close the disurhin! question forever.Mr. was not made sufficiently explicit, and my !lejjMalive deportment. On every impor'ant been withdrawn from Florid: while the In*
iiis be loaded with the:
not to
for his constitutional What could brought to a vote. The, same amendment, memory)dten'c8 t I bound to deliberate before
Congress rights. President, I not imagine / associntion subject am [dians are still preying upon our prosperity
however, after it was withdrawn L the sen responsibility of a measure that has dt.ne so
Air! scorn to receive protection for a constitutional of freebooters so lost lo that sense ol ) I and especially as a legislator-to possess ,
right ? Fur'Ilal was this government' justice w hick characterizes: mankind, that the alor from Indiana, was renewed b another much to make (he present sectional controversyirreconcilable. : myself ac of all the iulbrmulion, and listen to i .paralyzing oar energies. And this regiment,
of member, of the) body, and was turner amended j lhat be adduced according lo all the indications, is withdrawn
founded, then It i is jo-jrconstitutional( rightto would} engage hi the acquisition plunder 'J'lrargument : can by mytssocinles.
have trial by jury : would: 1 my' colleague!: and< then, tr lien t1,0eho had stO.r should i by the senator from Kentucky, [Mr.: Under- Genl. Tailor was in the CGlh j-enrofhis Ire I give a final vote. If I .that troops may be furnished for the acticipa.

scorn to receive provisions nccc' ;m to ;--c ire ,to should-r with I hem in every strugglevho? I WIO] who proposed a distinct recognition ofi -I I, tand pledged to a particular course of action, ted contest between _Abolitionism and Slaveryin !
that ? Would he scorn to receive, at the handsof had t furnished, a fair: share of the means wlu. right to carry slaves south of 30 deg. GO),:age, I having H"'I I born in Orange County'ir.. I cease to be a responsible agent, bu21 1 be- Texas. :
min. Iti.s not ; for the fir.-!; inia, on the 21th d November, 17S1. Hens |
this government,the execution oftbt. many had borne a proportion of the toil nn\ tlprettrp ; ; ore a mere ma.inp. Shouj.l subsequent
fl ane ( As the Indian
r tttltiscon14rrCtlJJlrpIJJt.f 7.IhttI&fprliltltgr21not : \ ? ( ? 1 c .if .MfWid claim rIiotltrial a < :. ; time that the South: ( a distinct \\- iiiauguralpd Prceidunl on the 5.hlarch, -tehi-. show beyond! al doubt that the |I to nn tJ'iI'.f.t fro esr cur
I lie, i riff deprive them ofu I( share icKnowiedgment ct her right. At that: lime.. t'Junt utter the
why should! he scorn to receive the I had !?49, and therefore held the office one I t.aIIIJec.me 1 pledged! lo pursue was ruinous ignorance as t j reason why they :
pro. in the ncijuiied spoils. And can it Ip sir. reason lo hope, far, far more ihin I have: year \vere I.
tection of Ccngrefeh fir slave which that the bur months and four ro my constituents and disgraceful to not hung. Whose fault! i was, ire know
property, thai a band of freebooters have a strong' now, amendment of the senilor from llJ! By his et.alhi't mpdf
will Secure to the South the: enjoyment in these! sense of j jl+ ;lice than the Senate ofthe United Kentucky would be agreed to, and thai the! :Urd Fillmore succeeds l to t Piesidential'!' I have no alternative, no opportunity ree ,iriot. We do know that. i it was no: lor. Mose.

Territories of those general rights; of property States ? I iill not pursue s-o offensive a par. Missouri. Compromise would be justly.honorably |char? and the South cannot lp but book with! ? :la'ice.! and there is no power to above! : me IleJ's. He believed them worthy' a t felon's: fate ;.
fair. ; : :tom Hence the r
not denied to others, but which now fully insure ailel; ; but I ask every nun who hears me to carried out, in the spiritof my obligation. impropriety .11 wanted an to have visitedit '
to'cry' ether portion of the 1'nion; ?_I : ihe, felte fear at the elevation via man who has signal- ir.t to sa absurdity, in view, cf giving a : opportunity
run the paiall.'l l in his own mind between the original compact, ihe line being extended ) ) them.
What, sir, is there humiliating; in :the attitude: case which I have put and ihe acquisition! until its trace was lost r in the waters; ised himself as the ensmy of her peculiar inIstitutions. pledge. upon

of the South, if it claims from Congress' legisJ.rtion which followed: the Mexican war, and, then l ti ,,11 the western ocean. I am aware that you have not asked my Our cotemporary, notwithstanding his age,

) to remove obstructions\ of Mexicanlaw ask himself whether-, in honor justice, and --- -- -- pledge, and I believe I know your sound jud jnenl .carries with hin: the fic,tiousness of .youth.
? What is there in ihe < From the Jacfenmril'e Ctrs. and good sense too well to think! you 'iOf
miiiating attitude
good faith: our friends at ihe North ought} l it> Plank Road. Gov. Iosele\"s retirement he remark. ti
of an American citizen who claims that Major Putnam's "Oasis." ,lesire any such thing. It was, however to
deny to us a fair participation in the acqui i i. The Plank Road I"t. We that it i i. the !fast: of Slate
Meeting at Newport on on the of others may say; our
representation
the constitution and laws prevent part
under which he The
was ''ions of that I am one of I hose who following toast was given l Iy Major
born and which he i is bound' to support, shall l: claim that war ). cannot be enjoyed! Putnam, the Surveyor General, appointed by Monday last was largely attended by citizen that I have felt it my duty to say thus 'Constitution-it i U not the fault of Gor. Jlo@e. s

be his shield upon American soil ? :Sir:; our in common i, it should be divided, and that the the Ualphin; Cabinet," at a late party dem. [of Wakulla, Leon, Gad* cn and Jefferson much on this !subject. ley." .And we may add-that he did not go- ;

hardy mariner, ibo} wander to'the other side' whole question as t Ie, our right to enjoy that, Onslration in St. Aut&tile : "By Major B. counties. Two gentlemen, Messrs. Platt and I am respectfully. into retirement much earlier,h Ibat i N the Pl'llt I Iof

of the globe upon which ire liar, looks hack portion auignec lo us should be finally determined Putnam : Zachary'I'aylor, the President rift, were from Georgia.To .- Your most t ohtdient servant, our Stile Constitution: i is not ihe fault F:
: present Albany MILLIARD FILLMORE.W. .
to the land from which he- hails, uiid claim oflhe
by act of division. I want end peopleprmptlu'indicate their rights "
tll an f .
use a common phrase-but one spirit animated MILLS chairman.i ( Gov. Broicn.UTr. ,
the ,
shield of its laws and con itl.1ion still to of ihis controversy. I do not wish foran ac and preserve their honor. administration esq. 1

be over him. It is my pride to claim and to' which will merely change the issue and leave' (foam a refreshing oasis on the waste of ow [ i he meeting judging from its action and Meeting in Quincy. ; and the Compromise. 1 1Iu

receive the protection of my constitutional' the contest open. I want something which political desert, to cheer and to glailcn flit he language of the gentlemen who addressed We have been requested to call attention answer Cabel a call contained in the
Selri.
rights at the hands of the federal goi-ernmcnf. will be final-something which will be trill eye) and the breast of the patriot." Tbe Surveyor it. We were left without doubts that
any) a net last
It is :0: the Meeting to be held in Quincy on Saturday we week stated Major Beard's P'',si. :
this .
to sustain federal
my pride government ''bat which it is constantly) assumed this so [ ) Generalship is no doubt a very refreshing !toad from Newport to Thornasville lo be .
in (the cxcution of ihotc functions which [':ailed Compromise bill is-a settlement or ocwtV'to the gallant Major ; and he need extended next, (tth.) when the populous and intel lion in- relation to lute Senate CapitulationBill.

make it emphatically the protector of our con. [the question. not tell us how much it cheers and gladdenshis [ eventually to Albany, running throughor 'igent County of Gadsden will speak out on Hiving done so, we fet at liberty 10

etitulional ri bts. This is UI)" position ; and' Let us, when we arrange :settlement, bt eye and breast," after having passed tr'tie [ east of Tallahassee, will he constructed the sun jest of the action of the :ash\ Ie Con. make ihe following' cal1 for Mr. Cabel's sen- ;

this I cotuider to be the true position of tlu..l sure that we reach the point at which conroversy locofoco escll," where a cup of "pap peedily. For ihe proceedings of the meetingwe venlion, and in behalf oflhe Missouri Com tinu-'iits j

Houih. It is not humbly to beg; favors, but to cannot again arise. [How[ is that tl l lbe < was never presented to his parched and longing -!, refer to our columns. A subscription ol I Will Mr. t
expect the discharge of its dutien. :My\ colleague -| reached ? Hus any man here believe lips I Dui ing the Presidential canvass, in' ;. [stock promise. Our information from that county, CaleJs friends: enlighten the i
first the amounting to $18000 was taken UIWe ).- convinces that there i is dnision'Jf public in regard to views ? Is he in tarot
South
places in the attitude.ofopposing (hat either section of the Union will surrende order to prove ihe disinterestedness of pure us scarcely any ] i
the renewal and extension of the :Misnouri \ -! its opinion upon this question ? Surely not. whigg ry, the Major declared publicly and ought not to forget lo mention that the sentiment on these subjects in it. |of the Adjustment! (submission) Bill!, a il came

Compromise, and quotes from Mr. Cal-1 n), what means, then, are you to terminal repeatedly that "he wculJ accept no office [Barbecue was of unusual excellence.We We rejoice to sue that Gadsden: county is! from the band of the committee of thirteen 1"
houn to establish that position. He .. from the administration should I The Sentinel of Tuesday last declines i
like an
: 'the controversy so that it shall not be R"ai. new And no doubt to enquire of the citizen ui taking ihe lead in this matter. Madison will.
' then to a conversation between himself! and revived 1 I whichlas he was quite sincere when he slid But sw ering. Does it
say by extending that line, so. Tallahassee, if this is a matter in which tfu-j design, (we use its 0\1
the senator from InJiaira, [.Mr.J in the: \that little OOAW" looked f follow Gadsden. Let all :he counties in the
Bright.]
now the acquiescence oflhirty years it so inviting and refreshing [are in no wise concerned 1 lu case the road I words,) to- leave [Ph. Cabell] at l lull liberty ;;
"
of the late esident State be heard the .
presence now deceased! hoth sections of the Union, a sellled conalrjc and the honest, disinterested Major upon matter. Our Senators
to show his own friendship for that plan of set tion, and the confidence of the American pen was so thirsty and fatigued after his long and leaves Tallahassee off its track, and thus diverts Messrs. Yulee! and Morton, have taken to ride the Compromise or the Nashville Con-

llement. I recollect well the introduction of pie, until it reaches the limit of our po se! toilsome journey over the democratic desert," (he trade and products of thj Northern the stand which became them as representatives ;lion ultimatum or both,as circumstances[mayj} ::

that amendment by" a I senator! from Indiana ; lots on the Pacific. By explicitly declaring; that he could not resist the tem nation-' his and Northeastern portions of Leon County" of a Southern Slate. One is Democrat dictate ;
a
but I do not recollect a vole which showed) the / rights one side and the eyeand his breast were too much gladden I But this will
upon and of dodging not do it too
/0 upon t Thomas County, and the region still ; comes
; the other is
let the
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jH&ition of .the Sou'b. I was not one of you will have terminated the controversy forver. 'ed" to allow him to think r f the past, and hers a Whig ; people of late. The Cabell

southern men with whom my colleague conversed If, according to the opinion of some \ too much of a patrot" to lefJse his serIvices further North, from Tallahassee, will not hei the Slate, Whigs and Democrats, come for. peculiar 'rrens of Mr. ..

and whom he sap were opposed to the senators who have spoken, on this subject, no lo his country. may ihe gallantand interests be seriously affected ? The question ward with one heart and mind to sustain them. those who have been presumed to speak froo

Missouri Compromite.; I at\\'B's-,) Territory "hal be found into which any blave patriotic Major bursa for Zachary 1a is not whether it is to our interest, that such ihe card, !have not hesitated to place him in the

Mr. FOOTE. I did not refer to my colleague. holder immigrate with his slaves, 50 lor, the Galphin [President." ) a road shall be constructed. It will be con Confession of Dr. Webster. ranks of the supporters of the Compromise. .-

Mr. )) \\18. I supposed you could not allude be it. We but ask of you a fair opportunity The Major gave another toast, a little more with or without the aid Tallahassee. The reader will find the confession by Dr. :We could call the names of those who hare

to me in that part of your remarks. But We ask of you, not all to which are enli amusing than the oasis" one I U Major Itrule Webster, of the circumstantial murder of Dr. thus for Mr.
Mr.\ President "P Putnam [Hon. The question is, shall it run by this place and spoken C., but we forbear. Ir
my colleague must' recollect] tied a your tqualsbut merely an adherence : The Jackson Morton The Parkman, in cur columns Tbe document
when he attacks the tposiiion upon which I to the compact which was made with you. Hon. Jackson Morlun must be extremely obliged give us a share iu its benefits, or go East: of to.day. when he does "speak for himself" he shall b

eland before my constituents, that: hit remarksare when the advantage: was all on your side. tithe Major for the high compliment be us, and leave us only to encounter its evils ?- will be read with great and painful in. found against the adj-jstment scheme, a well

to be, more than those of another, read by We asked no more, and less than that, I trust pays him The Major could lot prevent the seems to us that our citizens should come terest. The Boston papers seem to think as against the Seinc and the leading"Whig*

those constituents and that to reply to them the South will never accept. But, sir the election of Gen. Morton, but he tried his best ; forward f promptly with such that there will be no commutation of the sentence -! about the capital, and iitfffcor of the ultima-!

becomes,therefore,especially necessary to me. I pinion of r. Jefferson, endorsed by Mr and now that he thinks the "&is" a little subscriptions of of the Court. The letter to| of the Nashville
anonymous turn
Then, I ask, when did the South ever show Calhoun, has been referred to in comioxiontvith insecure, be wants to lay an anchor ahead. stock as will give them a controlling influence which the unfortunate Convention, wa shall rejoice

opposition to the ;Missouri Compromise sinceit this question. I cordially approve of the Still the Major'sloastisratberdty : The lion. [in the direction of the road. It has been man alludes in his! ; but until an autborrtatr.e announcement-

was acquiesced in by .the southern Slates?/ position taken by both, in opposition to politi Jackson Morton What about him ? Did suggested that would proper for the City confession as being the only one which hej is made to this effect, his opponents will coy
What: vote establishes fact ? What the Major of his r b wrote, is as follows : "
speeches o-geographical dh'isions and as to .the evil approve patrioli and Southern Council to take some action in the sider him as a supporter of the Clay and Footu
made in .the Senate or jslsewhere, establish .tf glogra I believe il is amis. stand in Congress ? \ fea not ; at all submit matter ; [Directed to Mr. Tuliej Boston.] scheme ; and they feel bound thus t regard
pbicallaripl.
to the
to of the
that fact? That proposition was voted down : fortune Compromise evei events he did not say so. But perhaps it If voters incorporation Dr. Parkman was took oil ford the ship him well from (
the friends
,
by northern men in the House of Representatives was adopted. Far better if institutions had honor enough for Mr. Morton to he recognisedby the question of a subscription by the city ol berculam and that is al i dare to say or i shall as intimations< of hi

when offered in the Oregon bill by a been left untrammelled to whatever determination the "oasis" gentleman, if so, we are salis. 15, 20 or 25 thousand dollars. Who be killed as from the position of his special organ and

member from South Carolina! ; that propositionhas the climate, soil, or the character oflhe fted.The move in the matter ? 'i Est Cambridge.One his leading supporters here, not one of whom,

'1 been voted down in :the Senate, I believe people might dictate. Far better that the meeting seems to have been resplen- of the mon giveme so far as we know, is an advocate the Nashville .

every time it has been separately votedon line had been jagged, and waving, and the 'dent in good sayings. Among other capital The Lost Madison Hail. his watch, but I was feared to keep itihrowd platform. o. ;i

care once : that was when the senator localities of different institutions interlocked, and (pointed toasts we find the following gem : in the water right side the road to
It is but
from Illinois [Mr. Douglas] offered it in (be to that the people holding and those not hold. !"May the Whigs stici: together until they justice to the several Post Masters the long i bridge to Boston. (o::r The New Mexican Constitution baa:
terms on which we now advocate it, in the ing slaves shou.d have been in juxtaposition drive every Locofoco out of Congress !" at Wakina, Perry, and Talofa,(offices between
tense and spirit of .the original compact. and have been better brought enabled to un. This is delicious "May they stick together here and Madison Court House,) to say that This letter was written on a piece of nice been received in Washington,and the, Tribune

it until they drive body out of glazed paper, but very dirty. The envelope states that a meeting of the Cabinet was held
Then was sustained )by the South with derstand each other. When a parallel every Congress!1 we have received the most
assurances
unanimity, and then Mr. Calhoun was one latitude was drawn across our territory, of This equals' "all the world and the test (rom them that the responsibility positive for the lost is composed of what is said to be filtering paper (o consultation on the subject on the evening :.

of tbuse whose vote is recorded among the leclared 'to b the division between the slave- mankind. package does not rest wilh either of their sometimes used by chemists. of the -4th. A majority of the Cabinet agreedto '

holding non.elavebolding States, well sustain the application of New Mexico at
Cholera in
ayes.Mr.1 FOOTE. When was that ? might Jefferson point to it as an indication of that the Ciltnnai.-We regret to learn offices. The Post Master here is very con I. 03" The last mail informs us that Gen. Tay. the
Cincinnati hazards. Tbe boundaries defined;in
Mr. DA via. On the 10th of August, 1818. the future disruption of the Union : when the ported one hundred Healh thirty 'fire deaths re. tnt that the failure is not chargeable to his or's Cabinet have resigned, according to cui- all as
lie voted then for the amendment of the senator wedge enters, we anticipate the rending in offico. There is Constitution include a large portion ofthe Stats
may that city during the forty-eight hours preceding some mystery banging over tum. It is said, however, that they will be
from Illinois declaring: that the Missouri\ of the oak. But, Sir, it has been happily! ibis matter which Texas.
the eyeing of the fth int., chiefly from we are unable to retained of o
be extended in the remo\e. nntlh6 adjournment Congress.
Compromise was to sense found inadequate. the rending of our Uuion.Fraternity Cholera.
and spirit of the original Compromitc. That patriotism, and good sense tri j 'Whoever may be to blame, we !sincerely'hope'will Rumor states that Webster has been ten OThe Hon. William R. King, of Alabama

it what wj want now. We want the sense umphed ; the Compromise has ben acquiesced 03": G. P. R. James, Esq., the eminent hereafter so act as to give no further deed the Stats Department, and has been| ,has been una-nimouslyeJected President_

and spirit of the original compact honestly in. The generation has grown up which novelist,arrived in the Steamer Washington.1 ground for complaint. urged to accept by Mr. Chy. !of the Senate.T.a .

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.utlaint'd." Tho position; 6f Georgia will: r.< t I Meeting ,of the Bar. "I i Ii to dntt Kcsbhitioin' cipressirff- l of !tliri Scnle' I ;;; .('i a""CommVtee t .ol" JircTn each Brought -t Jail 4. V_f'J

peale oft)lie calumnies \\-\\\c\\\\ \ I'I'f"De !tit' r. il" u'.tf' il one, if we may judj- from the i At i, meeting of the !m'Miibers of the Car.: al,'the meeting tipoirtbeWlancholy! o .!on. 'I "lepri-senltd this Ifct'ring. .ll IN TalUhroc on-tbr 12th j..htlt" a yfgrn j.
Sfniincl! t the: Court I Ilou:e I in TjLihx.-sfe| on ;the :2'E4t' IhIJUtIl' ? Whereupon the Chairman appointed' ) I ,.,!kit subscriptions to the :v ; about 5 feet.4 or S.fncht* !iigh. "'iontixnlf ", .
On.; Taj lor lo Ih! -X' "MTV ;. .: hf'r p.tK'is| 1 and I lie toireofthe pu\Iir C. and laik complexion nor tnfe than 2$ Vyears
IK Samuel
.are I lowed } ,: 1 1511, fur the puipo,e of puinj: a I i.iunuf. Bellamy, R. i.. Campbell, C..q. -Jid ; :"iil that Mich Commitleei ci l' ,who huntrneii WILLIAM I.
,cr 1.." of time-III! tlflnl.l o. tie pra-: I Iit i :Heeling! *. iilie i is nobly s'taining her di.t tln. ";of rfe.-pect to the memory nl their late [iruther.Vm. .*!T. M. Whi:*, Eq.' CIII. D. Pitimin, and Jas.Griuiin \. subscriptions' !: havirg: refer aiKl: that he belong g: to Mr"Beverly aai of \VjkulI Co.riid If V*,

reda fittt'.t'ct of regreS:, that at te!: 'cr ;uisied Senator, Judge Beriien, and encour. '% H. Brockenbrough, INqr., on motion of j Esq..f) constitute said committee. route. owner is requested to rcrae forward ad: plot 'i .

1p I that i if *'fcs annouced in the} H
: Mr. UaiU' that he could! I by peekins to ""avp the'S.iiith. was called to the Chiir, and A. tWOODWAUU returned and reported, through their | l : of said Stockholders to be July IS.: ll;4). 27 V.

ic.rrsrnta'ires'l'y{ : L. Eq. appointed Secretary.: |man, Dr.: Bellamy, the following Resolutions (II the second Tuesday ill _.?_-_ __, rr m r -, TT -_ __r -, -_* Ai.i.

hot lire; "tic hoar, meinWrs (if both par-: i The Feeling; of Eelig ou. men. On motion of James T. Archer, Hsqr.: a 1. ResolvedThat we have heard, with : .Notice. ,

net w l eli' te neie engaged: in ;pointed; It hits been a common Ihtng t to I Commitiee was appointed by the Chair to! |ings of the -deepest t regret, of the death! nfth the President: of this neet-; ALL persons biting any claims or demand of ''1 :

dversions ( the ]late I PII., dl'n', i rt'prt"IE.'nllall appropriate Resolutions expressive of |H.>.n. Wjlliam H.' Brockenbrough ; that .' Committees. .o vrr i'tureagainst the estateuf \7illimH :: '\ '
,niffl> upon who peal of resIstance as preferable to !>repate BrockenJ dCl'npt' an hereby r nrt-d inpr ,
>ro : "
) d. mid so't'll calculated: the! President! named he ftl l "
cannrdton : Mull th<- (Jalphintid IUe.illeH he senlinjents of the Dar on this occasion, and. u young, no 'gittt > I I ; I I -ent them to the undemgned. aiJmintsi-ralrtx 01" '.
,jp g.ibmi; ioi], as politicians anxious! to get urolitical hi h eMinute of the talents anddiar.acter ..id character l and dignity to the State, from each county, to earn l t. law, in' i
l tern 'before; them, forjP _. fj''jrrt'! Caving >:, : excitement, that they may float into of Mr. Uiockcnbrou ""l' called from among uis i no ordinary viz : ,default thcreuf. they will-be, fofi'tir ,?,'bjrrtd.from ..: i'Iro"cf.t .

,.-rnl d 'nlli I the I HOIWP passed af upon fill wit, 1 bill withering his fcnitIId 'Iuircd to make p.vinent tn the mIn&ri7nb1if.'V .
I his ,
tVfurc said ; san':1HI A. Stockton '
and Woodward as ( otl t, Philip ,
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4JtI ,titation; alone the wuik partisans we commend \icllt'r, Thompson, F.LLEN A. BROCKENKROt'Glf.! V
(1cefle upon him. U'e call i' a '.otej; glowing eloquence will lie heard no John \. Poindexter. Jnlv 6, ':. 2i oJt. Aelrnialnlri: l' .
,(I r : the following extract from the Southern 2oinm ttee.On -nit the living. generation must _ _ _ _ '-
-rn"un-filr Mich mreh) it i is ; tar Ws am. m 0' than that which IJaptiM, one of the organs of one of the larger' Resolved, That the Court, Members of thc| hey be for lIltt'li. For Lron. To Builders and Contractors.SEALKD i
|II,;'Tumn i" i5! language : GUI 2. Resolved, That it has fallen to the lot I ROPOSALS be received b tiller .
Imommations 01! Chti tians in the Union., I I's It liar and Officers, attend the fiJllt'ralor Mr.liiockunbrixigh ; Dr Edward Bradford. ) .
frirnds got up so much I indignation) :ew men to run a brighter or briefer '' : I. : undt-rsisned ui.lil the: 1st September} next, ;
u1\ | ;
; a minister: of the, Gospel who speaks-one tomorrow.On I Ktl.: Hoiifrton! ''or fuiitHhm material and erecting. i>f wi-cij, m ll.omvn .
relation; the in his death we hare l In rt friend the Bar '
to capitulation a
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tbe vole Mon-
about, motion, the meeting adjourned to R. Turnbull.For of Madsn: A HOUSE OF WORSHIP tL" .
"eschewed the excitement
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: Rut we will givethe ie utioii! \vtio long 10 o'clock. o\\erful) advocate, the S ate her brightest "ittowingdimers.uioniso! wit : 45ffcet: Inncbj 3r> fttlide
1' .Monteiey. party })oitics.; His language is doubiles''hallo iay next, it \LI'Z FILL Chairman. .I 1, and the South' one of her grt-attst men. Jpf/" son. 1 ,%' with a 10 lett portico in frollt.ln.uu buiiiJii.o .
from which cadets THOS. ,
can
Ted: upon, out which the hearts of the 3. Resolced, That welender our most I n. H. Gamble, be :20 leit pitch, with a K llerv in the (ml, STUJ t. : V
responds great
A. L. W OOI\\\JW, Secretaiy. .ule cf ',nlJine to be ceiled .
lt condolence Wm. II. Ware, ba'roiy' on top m .vtr V
(impotent though it be,) lo '
judge. ,najoiity of the denomination to which he I be'oiigs. J. head and on each kide a. high ai the l lps cj lEe .
irchenck, Whig) had offrre'l the fol.In" afflicted mo'her, and bereaved Finlavs-on.
( family
Mr. ;
the North would lake Adjourned Meeting :'e9and the balance to be pl.islrred. The pews to
a>' fcuustitute for the Resolutions) re.ported Would that while we know no earthly power can ForYttkvlla.. ,e finished in a neat workmanlike. manner. J
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. eo of the ComrnTltce wabning from what is here told : then would MONDAY, July) 8, 1S50.Hnn. 'hem consolation, we, too, lute sustained James: Ca\erly, Bond with'. approved s'urily.n be required for '. ,
by l, a m joritv Ualphin Thomas Baltzell ill the Chair. the latthlul: performance of the contract.TKUMS .
:he evil day here foretold, be removed to a !loss that is irrepiruble. James Smith, : r.
One lull cash when the contract H-
: I Woodward, from thin Committee, preented 4. Rcsuhed That !'he : of th; J. :M. Richardson. .
proceedings
'ar distance in the future, : j tizned and the- lIther whm the building is received .
*Kcrdnd Trat there i h no evidence uh. I the fol'owing'! Resolutions : < be the Chairman and
netting signed by of James Ornioud, the mectin Persons divp aed to bid, can 'btjiti more specititnformatii
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travelled thf' t
milted, by the committee, to which was refcrredthe 'S Fourteen jrars ago we at William II. Uiockenbrouch, a distinjjnishedjnember retaryand a copy be transmitted to the 'n, ud al,o see it dralt ot the buildtny, by ,
letter of-the lion. ( ,'o. \V. <'ra\\. North with two gentlemen. In public! huuse.in *.1 of the Bar of Florida, having denart-l J .her and family of the deceased. BAKER Choi-man. )er-"onal application to cither of It.e t1nJchishcd. .
his stage coaches, on steamboats and CJIIIH! life desire exhibit to hit Proposal! will! aba be retfeivej for erecting the V,. V
for into d this lo
lord asking an integration con- we rnemong 5. Resolved, That the Florida be
papers II. CHAIKK > Vice
V
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duct in reference to the, claim of the represen. l fJnats.'C were beset 1 by persons keen to dis. ,mme appropriate testimonial of our professional .' 'juesied to publish the proceedings of this m .:WHIT>ER, : \ Presidents Suildingot 1-iick. JOHN C. McGEHEE, V
which his cuss the slavery question. One of our "com- and regard. It M
George Galphin, impugns : respect personal ing. ARCHIBALD FAIR
tawes ?
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personal or officml conduct in relation to the pany never indulged this appetite lor debate. ([therefore I Upon motion of E. II. Kilb.e, E q., Secretaries. D. S GRAHAM.

jrnlement oJ said claim !IIJ) the, proper offi. HP arrested the catechising which vociferous 1. Reaohed, That woe arc affected by this ibove Resolutions were unanimously a ( I JOHN L. MILLER.CHARLES \

philanthropist was about lo practice, by iemaiking -1 for the IOKS which _.-"A--. .- RUSSELL. V
rtr. ofih o\'ernment. event with unfeigned s row Whereupon the meeting adjourned. Building Cummiflee.1.hdl .
-. Provided, however, that this House is not that this question would some da) i'he' Bar, in common with the country, have ,I JAS. J. PITTMAN, Chairman. I nJul13!, T-'O. 17 4t .

\\A understood as approving his relation to 'tOI lie decided_ by the muiKet, and he would await sustained. T. N. CAUTIKK; Secretary.MAKIOX One -- Come All ai-annahGeorsian.: : Charleston Mercnrr. and

cinm in continuing to be interested in the si'hat lime.i 2. Resolml, That tho commanding tidciitsj J ..---- --' .. .Lcn-V ''-' Wicon Telegraph, will cop once a week foi four
i
will be given by the Pen \,.vek, and torward bills to 'this Office.
.omtII
secution out, wheu it was to he examined That lime Is nearly ( depends and eloquence, 1 the profound legal knowledge LOPGK ROOM, --- .

ji,led, and paid by' one oflhe departments of |upon two things. The determination of the inn extensive general acquirements ofotir de. Ocala, Fa., July1, A. L. 5330.Resolwd S County to their Delegates! tl! Music Teacher Wanted. '

government, he biLU t'lf be in,* at the :lid'i{North to maintain the false position they hatejdSMiined .ceased brother, fully entitled him to the' eminence That the members of this Convention, on the First Satur LADY qualified to give lemons i-, Mnsic.Painfin -

lira"! at the hcjJ f.f another of the and the icsxlution to fupercedc 'iheiiIpaper he had decidedly. attained. I II hue heard with p,ofound sorrow the death l. Their fellow citizens of lln A
nit-nut.: l Hut this IIuut cousiJeit. I Lai\ argument; '? with the atpiments t ui i iron I :. /iro.7cffThat? ; : a; an officer oftli' FfJ'eraI :heir csteenvdbro'her' James Child, who 1 1131 onby applying at this Office.
invited '
ctiuncuiuii and interest of a ineiubei ol the jjitid: lead. If their consciences will not 1.11'1'ht'ln dnvernmenl, ( Di"'iict 1 Attorney' ) as nnetnber arled this life, afier a lingering iickness, are respectf'-'Py -July--t-,. 1.--30. -----21)---

Catiiiiet i it'II a claim i, pcud::11 g and puseiitcdtafme
:another, dl"partll1t'lIt1t"JJ be danreron -! ''nanil shall: compel them to draw: the *\void.fihen li'lent of the Senate.) and I as the fir>t I'opre ti That our deceased brother in :. Cum. of .Arrangement. Per "Llewellyn"1 from New-Ycrt. j of

!-, as a precedent, and ought iKt" to be wineYVliiKt what: we have said is true-lhe time foi i!!entative of the State' in Congress toe f"IiJlccJ: !life. was adorned by those qU'1lilit.3'h SPERM OIL, 20 kcs* and i kees Rifle .
BEST .
tjourd.! ., 'this final debate is neatly come.V<> know !;he m'tiPiuc tif these r""I'I'titrn, rs \\ilt 1 made him worthy to be respected and ,._2fltrr1_=_rr-I-- .." = Whale do Powder, "V .

this Milislimte' vas under considersfioo -!.;very little! df\ bat is Curlt'lit amons politicians.; [honor: to him"elf an.l advantage lo the 1tj'; !,tic.? [!!tiered o&all: .men by intelligence: higii : OBITUARY. Lard Linseed do do 20 E-'jhsh Oz. Sup.Calomel SHIp.,Quinine.to V

!Mr. Thompson, Democrat of Mini.i Our liteicnnise has been \\5th lelifjious moltIflaiItV. jin-1:} realized the sanguine expectation of hNj fi'dness'I. U lUsty, fidelity ; but more t, \ Juneat PacoktSpring ,5 i"art.u'. Ca-t(r do Hi'MannV Elixir Opium

( We have conversed in families!*,tends. ..was. he endeared to us I It) the precions 1 S t., of I Hooping Coi.i'h,: J'iSEiM' tlo (in bnitles! ) Sat' SOd Ifa.b.> _

terry) memory,) .proposed tht} following a. < where ( od i; worshipped, and theree haven: j 4. n,sultttl! That the pxtraotdinary abili.\ 1 juf:, the nijvtic tie ; and more especially do .son of Dr. J. D. and Ann H. Keid Olive Ol!. French !, Cnd: ri llusfard

m-iiinicrit.: which, should !,e lead in irntii'diile ,, :een the calm! settled conviction: that the lie* of Mr. Brockenbrough, while they &o am- irl'cunise'in hTa life those virtues which, ', FioriJj, aged .> [aoit arid I Of. Tanner's do All-pife. Pepper Ginger-

,, connection with SclH ucl\'& bul ti.1' 'hiii to 'be feared might be the pn il!: ::1 qualified him for any ollice in the Sttk- .;rut t: will entiilt him lo a seat in that 'Furniture Sweet Vjriiith, do, Indisro Wriln; ,;AlumSallletre.!Ir.k.'J. brand ,
.
.'fm.'nte of I lhe Southern members; of :ClIII'i( rendeied him eqmlly ermine.itnt ii.il ..' ._ .=' ---'rH" '
f f"And I( |would also have, [ Lodjje abore, thnt building not ( (,arh do D&llc Pain E tratlor. J Jn
tuie :
t |\Vi- tell our Northern brethren :that when |' ? to any position in the Councils of il.e I Con.Ifederacs with; }bauds, eternal in the heaven,*," authorized Id announce 1/AVIl .v "' I keg No 1l. pure Wht S-vlprntus! Br'>rax. V of

con<"4eijM ully) that the Hotter aU-o\ ) fOe 'liime c"mes to try the last t argument, they ) leaving a namn' which would have j'he: (>raud Architect: of the Universe) a candid,if e for Register; of PnSl' I Lead, Turkey Optuni.| ,
clients ifiiin the correctm'feo' nfthc I .,uiu lOu bags assorted Suet 1\1?1". :..lmt"1. ;
ulU Linn the .iton elf.Ji I .
it in
have to enforce ajiainst nppo! : ib h hi.torical-thu'i achieving! political'distinction [torever.1o'olveJ. OrtoHrr PT. Jii1' 11 .
cx.resd the 1'ji'bident t,1, the lTuilcd&mtft ;, come Ier same Vessel,
| liy ( ?.Sriulifni! mothers and Southern ministers ( in a corresponding degree to lii1irofs.ionah j Thai in the death of our \ ct Mr. ). U. P.PannOl.wCt hm A few barrels Northern Flour." fancy brand'V
t.ai.1 i B" reluof War that Im .
; I" tile lit is (or (he nuith lo count r the cost ; t that is no fdin. [brother, in the of manhood Al II(. a lew "up -n.'r Cn s< Cut and Mill Saws.
; strong age tor the office of Register o' PuMn
(the slid Crawfarfl) being at the hea.l<1 of the ; (,ait tif our business. They have a | H. /if.o/m// That whiKt his domestic} viriifs if he had ''teen spared, the fruits: of \' July t'. !TS59.! Per "W. R. pettes" rem New Orleans, V
.
War Department) and th'. a;ein ff the claim 'h'ol'to_ maintain ; we our firesides, h\'Orih'l[: inspired alFeclion and won esteem, his [efforts would begin to ripen fur him, we ; [Bacon Side', Rice, Lard V .
---- ---
an''& did not talce from him any I lights he ma\' and! honor. wilL! Sh<>uld" rs, FJt.ur
tars, our (line social qualities, concilialing goml ;admonished of the uncertainty of life and i
[ to Jail
fia\e had us such agent, (ir w uu.1 ha, \t. jm.iified We Brought Ha!!!. M.i1i.ea,
We alarni' t. f sc1lrU't.df1 with and
are no should bu cherished pleasing nieciousaess of good .
( ever men.Rosohed
i.nn the examination and decision* !ee, Leon County, on tbe 15tl Mess Pork, Sugar.
haling t !he excitement of party politics more than in the hearts of his /
lemernbrance That Ihe furniture and jewels
!grateful a negro Iran vshc says his name i- I ON BAND,
uf the
ilie claim J'ic3ury t
o "by theSecrelaiy twenty} years ago, 'hrne began to preach riends.( i he Lodge! be placed in mourning; for I : and that he belonas'to a Jlr How.-- Gn;: Band Leather, Ui, Carpet. Enb'ja Ckth V '.
uunded., the (Jotpel. But the times demand that: eve. G. Resultedt That we lender to the widow .months, and a copy .tlf these Resolutions I '.) : a. SaiJ nesro \U about f, teef, i Lining Ski's, f.m rarrm2.s&c. V V j V

Tlii tnolion to censure passed by a vote I ty man should do his, duh'. Fanaticism ttai1acel IUd relatives of lhe deceased our sincere "=ympathy sent( to the relatives of the deceased, and I.r ; about JOjt-ars uf a rather slr.: Uij' and Calf to- For sale byJ

of 91 to 'EO.'lId.t will strike our readers; the powder.mine under the foundM. WILLIAMS.

witli K'.irpriM, i. that OCT-Mu. CABH.LJ Q vo.! ; our Republic, and Northern editors are|, iient. and St.: Augustine papers be requested to JOHN H. RHODES. JuM; r. I *' V
coolly drawing their matches and smoking 7. Rewired. That in token of our sentiments 'lish the same. Q. 2S n A Coopct Wanted.
trd fur it. How voted with him ,
many Whigs [their bejiars over the explo ur know 11..1< know that there, : comewel':'! omm"nd.d 'for iudu'.lry cart
; we ouh' wah lithe H
lit ( danger.
) our duty by warning JNO. G. HE \ DON, Secretary.
I : ... Makt
considerable number them Messrs.Toniubs J ---- -- d) ? :find t'mi'I"">meet at lair wa!. : apnlication.. .
a -among 1 1I J ,M. Required That a copy of t these proce 4| --- --- ----- :,0 11'- .n. rtr 'r .
Southern Associations. ,
I June 20. IS.Vl.
anj Stephens! of G t orgia. and re"o'utioii
We ted not wonder that th" Sentinel I One of the resolutions\ adopted by the ti'-H-t.*1 g'ngs C'!.t t V to I the widow,1! mother oj t ihe deg -I; O. "\,on Thursday, June !7, 1)0, on Blacksmithing1.rl"'HEunrifr ; .

should\ not have the heart to iepfl anything: '.t'',"itig in AII lJs'a. (a., recommending: the firm-? "eis.: i.] ; and that, a copy be furnKlid.l! the Tal jjtion: ) brothers B. W. TAX lor, \\ 0. ; ; Vus=x' "i2r.ed rt'pt'ctfu11.r informs VVt

't'h:,'n of luthurn Associalioix is in the hJi\\ I..t'n'ol'ol''f' s for ," ,licaliJ, with a req'it-s I IIihat t lean llhlllliLlllcl B. Bird were appointed: i ; the public generally that, having
this kind coming asii t doriilj i tif! .>tn! ;is_..;:1, : publish the s-un": t draft Resolutions I : oft/me Slate of Florida. 1 empl(1ved a sup"Ji.lr Horse Shwr, he M
rib I Inlred. I the Richmond: Knq-iircr 'i I'oimiittee i to cxpresshe ,
ing WI : I Ii to execute a.1 l \\ .Ik in that line in a
Input of Mr. Cabefl.fJ i be Sentii.el! i it not! These Resolutions! were unanimously adopt I'he! feelings of the Lodge on the occasion i'' is required by law that an > [now prepared and usual tercu. V
That of arousing thej I. manner : on
i n(' as a means I in this State ori the first \ superior
apt lo I'cppl" anything coming from that |,:oefiplf, > of the South to a full fCiise (their dan. led.: liIJe death of Pst Grand Henry G. Wirt, for a Register of Public Ln'id elPClirr'1 F. PA Y\E.
of L. A. -on, E.or., ; of its nenjbers. June JS50. If V
(urer. NVhether all li n.'i'uvloi's: fi itiiJ |;er and! >protectinji their rights! Associations;,' On motion Thomp ,. U.) one until bis successor shall be 29. 25._ .
That thefte Resolutions bt The commitee: reported ,the following
pre
in Florida will! be atUnVd, renaas! : to he [">r Ciutib thould be funned in every county' ofj i. Rnsolvcd, rd rtd, That the said election *i i List of Letters V
with Ihe respectful resolutions which fe feirlence (
enti-d to the Court, requests unble and were ; i
fc""n. PI',1IaptLI'J' will repel" it-l>y rr.pudiatig the Stale and the South, far the purpose( of j, be entered record. ;feI the State, en th if the Bar that they upon uuly adopted : I r
'procuring unity of action and ilisemint.tingirii t, arcordin; to law. tO :: I.
Mr. C. ] the On motion, the m'etins; adjourned. As in tbe dispensation of an All.wise tinder mv hand and the flrf-at Seal I' Argtr, Mrs Fira Lang>ton, James P "J'o
f"oplt'
ight among } I, THO. BALTZKLL. Chairman.A. onr Lodge has been made lo I uf Florida at the Capito: in Tal-B F\shrr.Me. L H Lat.!;1 Ion. James t-

Public Sentiment in Georia. i I As a measure towards uniting our 1\>01'11'1 L. WOODWARD, &cri'l.arJ. the death of our esteemed and worthy I - I
A few Chronicle & THOMAS BROW=. |Bettner!I James E 2 Lang. Rev Th&raaaEBurthioor :j.
ddjb ago the Augusta. ,''he' course recommended here i is among Henry G. Wirt, Past Grand, who brightly | Governor of riori,Ja. ;Ben.er.Mr LT(; ,

Sentinel, a paper which has heretofore be : veiy b<-st that could be devised. They an At a Circuit Court for the County of Lpon. i'ustratcdby'' his life and actions the pure -Attest : !Burra*?, Dr John! L LynnJohn M r

charged with fs\oiingthe, fiee.toil cI'lf'r: 'lIej ofot 11101! fully aroused to the danger now threatening : ftntiii'ied and held at the Court lions in the jioiples and virtues inculcated by our Order I % I\G. jBriner, Henry Loot.JI ,>
nf State. Frank Lonp.Mi H M ALee
Brown
f
the X orlh anllouncl'd \\5ih .bold. there is not' ,'itS of Tallahassee on Monday the 8lh day' Therefore, V
great apparent them. and as a consequence That in the death brother Juts l 20, 1550. 2? te ;Harn ". D \V AmosMJJ.
.f Jnlv, A. I U. 130 : j, Rcsnired. -- J A 2 .-. !r'CharclyBrown
that
tifgs thai a large majority of the people offiteorgia that union to desirable, and which i is all ;
] At the opening of the Court, A. T.. Woodvird we have sustiined the most serious loss OF FLORIDA. f- J B 2 >;icht'Il,1\t! A
( were in favor of the adjuttinent, is necessary to bring the North to a pause arid Kq., preM-nted Resolutions adapted at 'eel the mustunfeine, sorrow at his 'Dovden, John Morgan. Howard

scheme proposed by Mr. Clay. In the lerj constrain her to do that justice to the S"uih t meeting of the Bar, in testimony of respect ,',Id. : Faker, M L Mills.Mashbum Mis Wt1 L F'Eranch.
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teeth of ibis declaration, the larg fct intieliiig which the demands and has a right to expect.JUsociatiuns 'o the memory of their late brother, WilliatnII. ] RetjreirI' That to his bereaved family -teat..i9rsR W NauridnV

o\vr K 4'ld! in AtgUftRl'cordi1,: to the Republic for the purpose indicated in thr nrOtkc nhrouh, and with a brief address lender; our kindest and most beart-fflt fy SEezeau, Mrs M A McJunkin.A S V
mved the Court that they be entered jtbies, and commend them with i implicit JDoyd, Wm MageAntheayflrtnbry. 1
upon
met and paired, wih! but thiee or four dir resolution, would be well calculated\ to effect '''he record at the request of the Bar. hence to the consolation, and protection of Tho 3 Morse, A A

enting ,'voices resolutions ratifying the proceedings good in this way ; and we guggrsi that stepibe His Honor, Judge Baltzell, responded to the MmMity Being who will be a husband to ) CY havi'iz of State ocrured Senator.in the office Rc-rry"MrsM. E D -AColrr.an. Millfr Ma-on! ,, CLasMalite.J J I Ir

of the Nashville: Contention, and j taken to form a club in this city. The iddrehs appropriate tern, and it was or. widow and a father lo the orphan. : OT in the Second Senatorial District ofg,| iCar.on. Dr J R JMyrick.JT, .

placing lie meeting upon the Missourie: Line 1 opponents of ihe compromise d" 'tceon1iil h'. for the memory oil' our deceased brother, is h'teby! Ordered, That an election ] Craic & Darin Me Lay,J CAlcElvy.Noah
"as an extreme sion.'e have invite it. Conscious t that > V
cO'Ct' not von-they opp' *r Ion.i
be held in aid District Cooper. Philip V
,; on motion of D. P. Hogue, he members of this Lodge wear the on
room to jHibis.h! the resolutioiih) entire. but we :iou to thai measure is dennnded by every dic. Whereupon mourning for the of thirty of October next. E S Davis, MissSC Miller. S D
\tforn"v GI'"t ral, it is ordcied that CowL be radge of space under my hand and the Great seal ofi|Drane, J G 2 May. J C
extract oiw of ifeem all giving a few of f (he, incontrovertible !ate of patriotism and fealty t tl) the South and i tt tdjourned until to-morrow 10, A. :M. ll(-fjlhfl, Thai a copy of these of Florida, at the Capitol in TalI .' DawkinsWtn! McNaniDDanieli .

reacont wh) the South cannot 'the, Union, ,they will gladly enter the arena ofj >i"ned bv the noble Grand and attested by [ 1 I this 5lh day ol July. A. D. 1S50 RoM Mason, W B. 2
Newman.Geo WM
assent lo the proposed compromise : 'opular' debate and endeavor to convince I the secretarv.-- be sent to the widow of our THOMAS BROWN porianJt! _, ft. :
OuSatuiday: IStli July, 1650, member I Governor; of Florida. ,Uardtii Henry ivuuii r ii
her.Risolird.
3. Resolved, That the 110 called compron"ise thore who may differ from them that Ilwi, '" i ij. !of ihe Quir.cy Bar convened to express their I1)rot: That a copy of these -Attrst : I Davis DuttnJ, Mr L ME Nt'f'lytD A 2"Odum.MraM

of the Committee of Thirteen, \\ bcth'r in its entiments of deep regret in of ( G. J
the South consequence
;.Le only position that can l.ouGiably,3' iu e also st'n1.10 the Tallahasse papers for of State. Derk E E O'Connell WinDanfourthJ V
tupport of(he fraudulent admission of Califorriain'othe ( the death of the lion. William II. Brockenbrough. H Parker, James
Jnv! 20 1S50. 2 te
,
with safely to her, interests, oicupy.IJUCKIXGIIAM I icatioii. .
Union, or its abolition of the slave ; JAMES R. TUCKER, X. !Darsev.J Perkins, Devotion :!

trade in the District of Columbia, or its fugi. I SMITH, KKJ.Ve learn I On motion oflsaac Ferguson, Jr. Esq., Gen. WILLIAM 0. GIKARDEAU, R. S. I I.x Notice (Elliott., W Mrs D LouisaFain Paike Patterson., James Alexander' 0 V
the slave bill, so to invade called to the Chair and that at theroeetingof the next
theMvereignty Leg-
arranged as C. H. Dupuil! was ; 'Fisher( Powell Mis ITIia V '
fiom the Jacksonville Republican that tliit- ,_ .._ ; George
of the Slate by 1 legikiation i upon R. E. Gibson appointed Secretary.After ;- I the State of Florida application 1l !Fail,Wn> Post, KB 4. I r w I
,
the [ has received the ofSecretaty Pla.nk'Road Meeting. Company for the grant of a charter t t. RoachSJ W V _
gentleman appointment .
cubject tlaxery within their limits-01 some appropiiate rematk by the sev. : I and Ocilla Rivers navigible, frou, [Fitl-B ".

its deceptive scheme* of egtabiubin! ; territorial Legation Mexico.. The Republican era! members of the Bar, Mr. J. Er kine of. NEW} PORT, Fla., 15th July, ; the! Ocilla to the heaJ waters of the!\{Fourban.,J JameICorfune. R 2 herfson.Ran-ome. .Mi Dr mq W Arr.aeda"F V

governments for Utah and New Mexico [ tfl3 S Mr. Smith, we believe, be'longs .? fered the following preamble and resolutions.tVIIiCh At a large public !meeting of ihe citiz itirubei.; J A Russell, Jes>eKowe V

\\i\h\ a nominal' exclusion of the Wiiiuot Pro.liso to the Democratic, party." We are not.t1ii''d were unaiiimoii] adopted. ,his ar.d the adjoining counties, held pUI'U } July 20, t IS">n. 2** 3rn Gibson.W Mflratnblns II B 3, .

but its practical application to the teiiu*. It has pleased thiJ Almighty, li >r of th" : notice, this day, to lake into con Notice.- I'[ A P Rains,Sarah A .
:0
,,
rie- its unblushing sacrifice! of .Souihcin: as to Mr. Smith's prcKent political\ re.lalions Universe to remote limn our midst our BrothT ':.lie, construction oil a Piank Road from ; kGoA, A P Smith, Jof.n f V
after Ule, f be iitdrsine1idmini.j : Smith B R
political in the ; we think, however, that he has fill William II. He of the .GilraiT, Berry
power, j-ropowng: fUlIlI"troUttheme [ Brockenbrough. .vasaripc' !,:act to fcome point in the interior Ihi lite Robert Fisher. will prp'Ienl Gipaou: Marydrax.Suphen Fj.ear, B.FSherwood.. .
of appropriating a large sum of mono several years occupied an independent po i. scholar! a pro, und jurist, and a man endowed try, on motion of Mr. N. P. Beinis, and vouchers to Ihe Judge of Leon J W 3* _

ey, eay ten or fifeen million dollars lo purchase '>ion in politics-sometimes voting with one 'sty, nature with bleilin sense and a mutt brlli.int 'Judge BdLLING[ BAKER was \ ,and ask for a discharge from uido es- Goodwin, Jaue Sollier, Mite C

of the slave! State of Texa 1' 5.UUO I ; intellect, -and although his body had: long Chair-who opened and explained Giley Alexander Smith SO V .
and then with the other. thin .
party, Be this howiier R W. FISHER. Gidtlln Ch, Smith, Patrick :
squire miles of her territory to add it to New Smith's been enft-ebled b} disease, yet his great mind, |ject of the meeting.On W. E. FISHER, -Ad m r c. H..rriCIr! : Smith, A 1* r

4 Mexico, and increase by lalje ptctences, thetnti.la.ery 86& it may), Mr. admitted qualifi- [continued to pour the radiance of unclouded rnot'on, (mEN H. CHAIRES, and :"). v 2S f.mNotice. Herring, HHeod.flreenB Shia.CE V .

power of the country ought not !callous for the office gives us reason to rejoice reason around the last struggles of dissolution.Titertfore B. F. WHIT.NEK, were appointed Vice Sfctl.DrGFSkrine V

to r.ceive tno auction of a people, vibo erights al his appointment, especially when we re. be it Resolied, 'J,at in the death t Haw. R V V Vhenderson

ubote foyereigoty, whose honor, Itr.d member how many unworthy applicants have: >,f the Hon. Win. II. Brockcnhr ugh, the Barf ItMltS.WM.. McNAVGiix, and Dr. J. L. Barringr liavjnc!demands, late ol a ain Jefferson!l the estate County ot lluu.emrv! Fred 2 Trulurk Smttl.J, W James R'

whose safety will be invoked in its coiuuinma.tion < Flot iUL has lost one of its most able and Secretaries. Thomas. John F _
FORD appointed them to the underpinned with Harden M A
recciied place! f from the present admifciktration.The present '
and adolll ou. enlightened members. 1 The President then call upon Co). ': by law otherwise this notice Hntchins, A Tatem, \\'Illiam' <\ ;.
Resolved That a testimonial of our in bar thereof and all in- Hawk.JacrbHawlan Townsend "J Mart .
as sorrow ;
In Columbus of the ,Albany Delegation, to person -
another which PLATT,
large hat The Southern Press ( we have '
meeting immediate Dr H O Turner Rher.ben t
make ,
for his death, the members of the Quinc in able | e payment. '
keen held, like the one in .Ajigjista, without not yet received,) states that Mr. Cass has in. Bar will wear the badge of mourning for ;.Mructive.lie meeting manner.,.W'ho responded Col. NELSOX an TUT July M. BARRINGTON 20, 1StO. 2S, Adm'x.8w Harvey Holland,,Cart John Thomas Tuca-Theus.,S 1\1 W rot l\Jar r" V I _

distinction of party, at which rcfolujions equal.; mated that be will vote for the Missouri Line,; thirty dajs.Resolved. ..flhe Albany Delegation, was next ] Jordan John G Vail: Jonathan 5 *V

ty emphatic were passed without a dissentingvoice. : if necessary to quiet tile country. There are : That a copy of these proceedingsbe to address the .meeting, and in tbe Notice Johnson. Blaney Tickers Mr H N Hf ,. .. I'! .
Weekly, ?
An invitation transmitted by the Secretary to the bereaved much historical I ivt'n ?ien-4batat next session of Ihf t JackAM
extended who
was to the other Northern Senators will be found his speech gave Johnson, Harien'Johnson Wells C V V '
widow of the deceased, and also, that theybe Roads. The !. ol the Stale of Florida appli '
friends of the Compromise lo oppose the re*o- voting with him in favor of that 'mode of setlilement in the Tallahassee and on the subject of Plank IT made for an act nf incorporation for Bet!> William, JosephWhiddon .
published Franklin S Mrs Eliza '
lion pupem further} ad&j.rosed by : John'l'ln i,
if was No 5, T. O ml O. F. V
I they desired bul I no one offered to lc. when the question shall be presented Washington Union. C. II. DUPONT, Chair. David S., Walker, James M. : J. WAYLES BAKER. Secretary. Jackson, Tibia 2 Will, Bird C -

ao.aLelt) This is a significant,, elgn; SB pei haps the itS the limit of concession to which tbo South U. E. GIBSON, Sec. Col. Benj. F: Whitoer, P. W. White 28 3m Keel,.James John 3 WelU,.Henry Jof.u" .2'.1)IIIJ'Kilby. 3 3While. > 1 t

paper in the State in favor of that will abide. X. p. Bemis 'N. W. \ Key,, Joseph WlmMon.AWWillis.:

.16 fDeuW'e (the JSnjuircr.) is published in Co. The news of the death of Ihe lion. William Mr. JAMES OHMOND then offered Clothing. Keel. MM MC .Jesse .
Iambus. Another M.w. I'UTXAM'B TOAST.-It seems that II. Brockenbrough having: been received in1] ''meeting some resolutions, which and well nolecled stock ol Cloth. Keel Mrs C M William. Mu Farny V V _

}held on Tuesday l Uu meeting was to have been |Maj. P's tot, commented upon by our friend Marianna, the citizens assembled on the 6th conded by Major WAKD, in some \ per McNAUGIIT Emcline.and It for ORMOND.aTe by Lloyd Kilparrick.EN.vill ithi':' f' Ward Young, ,n Dr H C > i.VS.

Wended uhich wo expect was ,Lfihe News was not properly reported. lie July, 1850, at the Club Room, for the purposeof remarks: ; which with an amendment ( February 23, IS&O. 7 .. rff.1 D.i "alir! ; t?r anY o! the above letters V ;

bjr nearly the whole cuunt]. ? full the pajing a tribute of respect his memory. ed by C 'l. WIIITNER: were ''.. say (Lies are a.rti'e'! '!. V
sends it in to fol.
In addition to tbe e meetings others have Republican ; as Upon motion, Cot JAMES J. PITTMA'N, ned in I the following reading : Axes, &c. MILES KASH P. M. V- ;. _

been held in Macon !Merixvether! lows : was called to the Chair, ar.d THOMAS N. GAVTICH .!! [ /Iwc.'cfd! That books! be at once supply of t lhe above Av; also, JCo, July t 6, 1S0.. 2'5. Sf.LI V

Cojh, Decatur and HancockUpwn By B. .\. Putnam. lion. Jackson Mor : appointed Secretary. I"[for the subscription ihe-felock for a an..and' 1-2 Wrought Cat i'loxvo.exira Nails&c.&c.points ; ,Sand: M3ck-reI. V ..

-IIICh Pulaski i, at all of Eton : Iligh.minded, able, and.dignified; be ill of the b 'Road fr nn lh Tnwn'orNt'w Port, in .
tke Athens The o'ljcrt'; meeting having >en ex. & rer Dri: Emeln-p.-and forsale by, 1 and J ,. 't V t t.tI" nr1.hM. .. f.r
1hc N&sbil sty Whig, the action of| Ian' brmoT to tie: Stale he. represent" pl uneJ <') 'the Chairman Di., S. C. B.uny; )!: : tcc'ion of tile Slate of Georgia-the WcNAUGHT Si. OKMOND NOs.1 b. 1: '(.Jr, c _

Conreotit/n ;, ,. located by te! Stockholder at o Ft-brmry iT3, I 'SO, t JJU l fe.Y"bLtdoesltMeazi '
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PROSPECTUS! C'F STAB1LITV-SECURITY"-PERPETUITV. MEMPHIS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.INSTITUTE. I fegal tbtcrtitlflCflt9. iIjc: : ) !IOtThiUU & Journal --- -- Business Carts:: &C. -

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THE SOUTHERN PRESS. -- -- ---
$900,000. n HR regular course of Lectures in this Institute Cotton :
A N association ohlt.t '.t hrt'e Members of CongressY.Scnators --------- --- J. will commence on the first of: November 3nJrnnlinue In Chancer. PUBLISHED KVEKV SVTITRIUY EVENING.: Brokerage.

,/ and Representatives I haVe constituted! i THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. until the last of Fehnnrv. The Anitoinical John P. Duval, COmlldilll: Bill of Injunction.John BERRY & '
Committe to ouperintend the es- be and ts. T i: K 31 s : ROWLE
the Depmtment
undesigned: a ; wil open ready to receive .
tablmhment, of a Southern I rest at Washington City, I OF NEW YORK- NO. 35 WALL ST., idents( bv I the' tr1 ot OcioUer The M' (liChl l Department ; Fontine"alisfaclorily, n flnd"t.I to) the COUI, tliitj.hnFoitane : l'HRfF DOLLin ;per nntnm, if pai' in advance. IN addition>minr: inn lo Merchant""their Alerirt Ind,
to be devoted to the exposition; a Ill'' defence ot Southern I I II will be t lie di red lot. of the follow in"PROFESSORS. appearing PlIRKK AND A \LT, if paid within six i IttOntl: !, will give n"1 :;
Accu,nulateJ O1st., 1-slO, $900.- the does in this I to selling of| COTTON I
l'lnd. rE"idl
lot fN ,
1
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Rights and Institution:*-the di 'emmation of NET 1.f.o.1mt. FOUR DoLLVKs.il not paid u-Jtil the end oft he>ear f.t ilar,r5 ardf
correct information. as to Noil hern PuIicv1 and thecourse I "i, !st-curely invested in l P.onds al.1 Moitgazesu Stale, but in t the fl eori,. : //M Ordfred, may not nnd it rrnvenirnt'M to attend r.fl!
real t'his citv and hrolkl n. and! Mock FRFFMAN, M.I I D, Professor of said John Fontane do and answer adhered the arrival ol "
of Political AtFiirs generally, without reference I < estate in i 7. Anatomy. That the appear sc,- These: t teiin \\ill hl rigidly to, and I he steamer. 1>ri, alwa
to the old party lines of Whig and Democrat. I of the State and City of New-York and UmledStatesG.iveinment. NJ.WTOV.. M D. Professor of Surgery.H. the said Bill <-f (Injunction in this ease filed, within no paper wihlbeuhiscirntinued i until i I all arrearages he silo, they \11 be revily to take ant. \ ;,11

are now in progress, \promptly to en J. HUUJF, :M. D., Piofessor of Theory and Practiceof thre months from date hereofindit 11 further ("aid, unless at the option el the publishers. Subscribers the market Ihalmaoftr, ad'lilt gh''

Arrangement toe issue' of such a under the tide of. This fund is rapidly inrreasin; by a widely'extended Mtfdirine.W. Ordered, That a copy of this Ord r be published) :, wil be received for three months at One SamjUsrnay" l l rfl exhibi'icn. Charecsir

sure paper mid t"'O'I'lIOIU business. BYRD POWFLL, M. D., Professor Physiology, once a week for the space ol two months, in s"me Dollar months at ST l MF.very order for the .: crate, and ptrrr.pt returns: ir.acie. s C.
"TJI E SOUTHERN PRESS"for The decl.ir.vl a dividend of profits of fif- Pat huuhoav ai.d in the city of Tallahassee, Stale Jann..rv "
Company Mineralogy Geology.J newspaper printed paper out of this counly mut be accompanied with ft, I MO r>\>
the conduct of which, suitable! Editors have been ..two ;percent on all fvUtinj policies on the 3Ut KING. M. I)., Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics aforesaid. the cish, unle.s the order comes thronjh any of our t

.engaged who will also receive the aid of a number! I of J.nlaf', I ISIS. and Medical Jurisprndence.J. THOMAS BALTZELL, Jude. regularly authorized agents in the State.AOVKRTISKMENTS LEWIS &. AMES, -

of eminent and i able cnnt riblltou. AU the Profits are divided among the Insured. MILToN SNPFRS, A. 1, M. D., Professor of A true (npv-\tft. UKALEESIXDRUGS
There will be both a trt-weekly and weekly issue semi- Chemistry and' Pharmacy. OSCAR : Clerk.Jutie .
-the latter lo contain subtanlially: the same matter I The premium arc payable cash! annually added ,on J. A. WIOS. M. D., Prnfpp.or ol ObMetrics and 2Q, 1 ISS'-')). 2: 2m MEDICINES: PAINTS OILS
as the former and intended to reach those points of annually or quarterly/intercst/ being lh Diseases Women and Children. ---- Will inserted at the rate of One DIlarper square Toilet Articles% ( ir. Uinilcwiiar
the ('ou"tn''h mail facilities are limited. ickireut 11aTne1lt4. In Chancery.John twelve lines for the first,and fu each Perfumery, .

A DailY ilue will be ad
be deemed advisable or necessary by the press and c'lrell..llie parlies tier who:e '" I the in without uiancesareetl.cted I II.I J I HULCE.Surgery. I rs > Bill for Injunction. will |he made on legal I notices, e'.taten.tice.. i yearly Iolhefui'"' CSlass &
the whole of the advantages, Professor K. S. NEWTO.VZ. \ue.
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without alteration .
notices ,
by having
people of I he juthern States. T. n Howaid, ) persons hiEabuvccor.stantl
DefEnllant. band
them to the heavy drawback of accumulated FREKMKN M. D Anatomical T on ,and fouale
subjecting Demonstrator. accounts with the at tb.
The paper will not be" exclusively political-but appearing lo the inaction of the Court that regular office. lowest market pried.
News of premium nhttt. The fees for a lull course of Lectures amount to IT Ml announcements of candidates for office, FIVE
General i in
will embrace on it* broadsheet the T. B. Howard the Defendant, does not rrirt : LEWIS
Persons elfect i insurance on their own 1 lives i hundred five dollars. :
AMES:
the day. Domestic and Foreign i by mail and' tele. may insure one end thU Iatt',hut in the Stale of Georgia: IlLs Ordered. DOLLARS-invariably in advance. No attention Tallahassee, November 20.1 ls-17. &
and the lives others. \ married omen can Each ticket 15
praph; Commercial: \t.rirultur.llntelli.ece! ; 1 ff which Ilofessor'l S'5.: lfrticlltor': $5. That the said T. B. Howard do appear and answer will be paid to aiyorderlorannouncementunlcs3accompanied ---- -- ---- -'--- --- .
of -
the lif tof her tlx- benefits
Literary Criticisms, Original Essays, Literary and hlhand. Demontrator'l Ff p10. the said Bill of Injunction, in this care wihin, with the ca!h. MIMO TOWLE. MARM.NO D. .
and Miscellaneous i and, in short all those itemes are secured oy law for the excusi'e use of herself or Those desiring further information will please address three months from date hereof.lzl it flttl.it / /, All relizious, marriage, :and obituary notice published TOWLE &. PAPY ;

of general interest, the collected aggregate; of which children. theirEll'rspnst( paidto; the Dean: and Stu. That a opy oi this order be published once a week, graluitonily ; hut editorial notices for private ,

constitutes the interel ting and valuable New' paper. Clermenand. allothersdependent upon salaries dt'ntsrr i 'inl vvi'l: please call on him at for lh space of two months in newspaper printed beneft,w i be charged advertisements.jon Attorneys\ aid; Counsellors Law,
invited to avail themselves ol a resource the Commercial n
are specially R
Great core will be taken to sive full and correct Reports HeLte1 S. NEWTON. in the city of Tallahassee. State aforesiid. formed a-uwciahoii for
of the Proceedings and Debates in Both lIouesolCongress whereby their surviving families may be secured I Lean of fie Faculty. THOMAS BALTZELL: Judge. WORK. HAVING, will attend an the. i everal Court the Practice!

as well as the action of the local Legislatures from the e\'ill of penury.Pamphlets LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. : A true copy-Attest t. Job Work, suchas Middle I of Florida and : cf Ih
evplanatory of the Mutual We are well prepared to execute Clcnl ., in I he District Com
on the Southern qvuMhn.i I Life Insurance, prn'ipltof: ill advantages E. W. M. Kixo Professor of theory and! prac. OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. bills,cards} blanks pamphlets,&,with neatness of the U. S at Tallahassee.: All '"i-nnessentiustfi;
A limited number only of Advertisements will be all ilustratin: : June 2 I IS50
with forms of may obtained at the tice of Law. : mIn and despatch. All work of description, to their care will rt'ctivl ptompt attention.CChOtfice .

received of-the main object being to furnish a large I I office of the Company, 3:Wall at.;or of any of itsagents. JOHN DKI.VFIELD, F I', Professor of Commercial Jefferson Circuit Court. except for persons having yearly accounts with in the Capitol.

amount reading: matter. Jurisprudence. the office( must he paid for on delivery. February 17, 1SIJ.! .
The paper will be printed on a sheet equal in size TERMS-$50 per Session. Martin Palmer, ------. '- ----
those 'the her and the TRUSTEES. i -- -- M EUICAL: NoflCET -
to of ot Washington papelll, material ,
All communications this 5 t. GOODS.
pertaining to department SPRING
Jos. B. David C. CoMen] ,
the
will be for
procured especially purpose. Co\M. must t be addressed to !>: W. M KING, Esq. Catharine Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish.
their
It is confidently hoped that every true friend to Wm J. Alfred Edward, TiE subscribers are just opening Spring Dr. Charles T.
the South will aid in procuring: subscribvrs. and for I R. H. !1.\"l.p, Win. Bell, Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 20, 15./0, Bill to sell residence of estate of James L. Parish, to which has been wel and carefully selected I Darby

ward the names: with the amount subscribe.1, to Fred. Winston, Joseph Bunt. pay debt due Complainant.TN by an experienced consisting of Staple i ESPECTFULLV. announces to the public in Wn.
Isaac G. The Faculties for intellectual abililjps, moral and Fancy Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Oils i IX eral that he ha.permanently located himseli
.mc Southern Representative at Washington, forth' C. W "'ah r, "rsf!, thiscaiHC, it appearing from the bill which was i ir
yit h. J'thn P. Yelverton, Henry Wells, woith and profrssionable acquirement will compare J fled i i Jefferson Circuit Court on the 7th day of Paints, and Glass!, Crockery, Hollow-ware. Station- Monticello, Florida, and will be foune at all tin,,,
favorably with the most t distinguished in curcounlrv. Furniture, Clothing, &c., &.C., in short unless professionally ena attention \\'iii
Postmasters are authorized bj law to remit subscriptions Theo./ Sedsivick, Wm. Mooie. April,1550,which bill isveriled by ifuhvit of Complainant cry everything eJ
: free of postage.TERMS: ; Stacy B. Collins, Zebedee Cook, The Medical faculty constitutes an anomaly in thisor that Defendant Cat h,,ine EIIN, resides needed by the planter and his family. As be paid to all professional .
: John H.Swift, JOlla. Miller, any other country-all of them are able lecturersand beyond the limits of the State of Florida, namely: in great part of our stock is bought with cash, we are May 5, 1849. IS
: I the best t teachers. enabled to give good bargains. Please call and -
see.
John Wadsworth, David A. Comslock, the State of Alabama
:
For the Session of Congress, and
Tri-weekly during Those who will contemplate GEO. W.
S. M. Coi ni-11, Robert Shu ler, our geographical po. /fit Ordered, That publication be madein McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. IIUTCHIXSAUCTIONEER
the < the will be, therefore
Semi-weekly dUTiui! ieces price sition and the nf J
I extent our
: population can have no Newport, April 13, ISO 11
per annum, $:> 00 GOUM. Wilkins, James Chambers, doubt to the eligibility of our situation some newspaper in Tallahassee, Florida, fo lour
John V. L. Pruvn, Tuckerman, as for an en- months successively, said Catherine Ellis ,
:
2 0 I Joseph requiring
Weekly paper, > ise of the kin.l.) As to health, Groceries Fruits &c.
The price of subscription miM be paid invariablyin Fred. Whittlesey, Moses H. GrinltI, terpi including all seaSons to plead, answer or demur to said bill, on or before T.1LT. ..1IMSSEE, FLA.R .
advance, and the cash accompany I the name sent. Charles Ely: Win. J. of the year, we deny that A Y OTHER CITY i the first Monday in September next,or the-ome will lUST received per Schooner William R. Pettes from F. K E R TO
John C Eugene Dutilh, HAS MORE. betaken u, and set down for .J New Orleans: ,
All bhall be entitled Cruger, I pro eonfevw hearing erpane -
ten names .
procuring
persons in the Messrs II. BOND J. W. ARGYLE D.
A C.
Jov/ Francis S Lathrop, common error exists mint of minv' sludtnts at the Fall Term of.said St Louis: Flour, Rio Coffee, WIL O.V
to receive a cop gratis for one year. Waler Pell, J.O.Thatcher. relative to the place of studying medicine; THOMAS BALTZCLL COlrt., Judge, &.C. Tobacco, White Beans, F. 1 II. Fi.\GfsT.J. HOT)!O> and J. T. ARCHER
P. BUTLER
A. ,
those who intend practicing amons the uhmseaaes of Olive Oil, Oranges, March 10, 1-sl'J. WJ.
JACKSON MOUFON JOSEPH[ n. COLLINS, President.ISVAC May 7, l':0. .
the \Vestand South should .
certainly educate
themselves Brazil Nut, Lemons, I
ARRVTT, A true -Test,
R. TOOMBS f Secretary. at a schoollo.te, Faculty are practically ac- copy Rnrn, i .. L. SHIELDS, 1. P. .J.S. BUND, M. D.
J. THOM PSO.'rj' jo;. D.1 T, Co"t/Rrlor. with those C. G. FIFF, Cltrk. Whiskey I ,
F'.dilnrll, antI friendly to the enterprise, ES R. G.UlU:, \;'t., T.illahasee. quianted di"las( May 11, lSr 0. 1( 4m Gin, Claret Wine.
papers public be satisfied of the .
may For sate by Drs. SHIELDS & BOND
January 19, : permamncy ,
ycTTfoj
will this Prospectus, which will entitle ISI.
please publish of this; school feel it
\ we our duty to state, that In ALF ED E. HOC.
them to an exchange with the All Chancery.CIRCUIT associated themselves together in the
newspaper. the
Trustees form HAVING
Faculty a U.MT in action March 30 1550.' 12
who comply with this requtM will send a copy of [ GINS which ant fu its future success; and that COURT, MONROE COUNTY FLA., ** of Medicine, Surgery, &.-c., Iftt their
the paper containinz; if In the Committee. 311IS(1 :services to the citizens of Quiucj and the surruziid.
the peculiar inter31 organization which connects MY TJRt. Iff') Watches, &c.rrl !
Washington, May 2"AS3AMTEA;;. 13O. Jevlelr
-- ---.-- ------- --- ---- JESSE II. WATSOX, them, cannot be intenIJttt.E Julia Thistle, by her next friend, hiram) E ,subscribers have just recei .Ilgcuntry.Qmncy, August 1. Is11.. 31
M. IV. KING.Ptciidenl 'Benner, 1 1Va. -- -- ----
THE COMPANY a good supply of Goods, --
\d
GIN MANUFACTUnr.R, of the Fatuity.Miv Divorce.Ilezekiab ., Thomas Jeff. Heir
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13; GREENWICH: STREET, NEW YORK. II, 1<;.; IS 6m among which are ,
Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, i. L. Thistle. Tobias Gold Lever \afchll, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW I
to call the attention of ,
con-!
proprietors beg
)ROOF hnvins been male' that He/ekiali L. This. Silver
TilE I
eut-< ill Tea and the heals of families to WOULD\ inform his friends and Ihe public gene J. M. WILLIAMS I II I I J. tic resides, out: of the 'htt, 01| Florid.I, It i\ Or1 L'Apieu Hunting and plai-i Lt\.r Watches, ''\ pract-ce: in the, Cir!1if fcmt in wrh
the chaicr and selection of Teas that he continue I the above business at I 1 I ot the Middle Circ lit,and
rare imported by \*> just received per Schr. W. K. Pettes, from derid, upon motion of S, R MiHory, Kvj C-m- Chains, Seals,and Keys, County in the Supreme
them, ad hitherto unknown in this country, which, his old stand where he tih1 be happy to supply them H NevOi leans, plainant's Solicitor, that hnn of the char- I Court and Uni'e' J States District Court a
: Bracelets, liosoin Pins, ,
by their frisrance: and delicacy combined! with vii- with\ a first rate article. As an e\'idrIce 'tit the I II lied in the Complainant's be had tirl.that Rings Earrings! Tallbsee.Monticello I .
; a Bosom Buttons Sleeve Buttons ,
gin purity and strength, produce an infusion of surpassing : quality of his work he would state that out of the Flour, Bacon Sides and Shjulders, One I I notice thereof be published nil sotr.e public newspaper Gold Pen and Pencil, Cases, January 20, 151S. 2Q
richness and flavor. Urge number sold by him the past year not one has Hogshead choice Brown
Sugar, of this State fur thespace of f.I'r rnnlho al least. Gold! i in Silver Cases,
(
The TVat ojftred are thefoHourins: ("id to (jive perfect satisfaction-and would as ref For ale as low as any one else. JOSEPH I B. LANCASTER.Jud.re : Silver Pen", Table, Tea, Mustard and Sail Spoons CARAWAY- S lrH.] [U' S. DII.WORTHATTORNEYS
The Jeddo! Bloom, : Clack Tea, at SI l 00( per Ib. (ren't. i\'ethe named any one who has one of his Apiil20' J 1S50. 13Dr. Circuit.
H NlphoJ, do. 0 7 Gins in !.e. He is i intending, to enlarKchisestablish- Soulher Marble Clocks!, n JuM JL 'it
: -'- -- '- Mirrh "J' | VI.) 12 4m T
PV"f.t. r. Plated Castors and Forks
., Dir dl 0 .',) ment considerably' this vear by vvh.cn: means he will Woodruff % Hysciitery Cordial ] 1. Spoons AT LAW,

: Green Tea, 1 Or be enabled! lo fill orders (which last year he was unable and Yerziiif"gc, ACTION OF .ASSUMPSiT. BY ATTACHMENT.Halev : Setts ol Waiters, &c.TOWLE&c. MYERS. MONTICELLO FLORIDA.

H Too.tsiaa; (to. U 0 7j : to do) with Gins, if possible, superior to any ever Mother's Friend and Liquid Cathartic, T. Blocker ) & :
Ia' inSouth.vesternGeorzia. Dr. Gordon's f Amount t sworn to $1,117 50. March 23, Sr0. ItBuggysI 7 IS4. 27.
t (10. 0 50 manufaclurec Hethinks Anti-Bilil'u'Pills, July ,
Tck.tsia.
UJ.f '( a compound of !I that every year's experience enables him to make a Dr. Hastings ( Syiup of Naplha, JameaD.Tradevell.J Iimniies S' ,S35 Of). : Buggys I '--

most rare and choice little better article.Reinga Dr. Little's Tonic Uillus,tonic Pills, and \Vermi defendant, and al other persons interested, A. E. MAXWELL,

Tea grown on the fertile prncticalraechanic.and withal.determined fuge, Lucius Cordial, THE hereby notified ff the commencement of the JUST received at my Carriage Repository, ifiiZY AT 1

and enia soil of Assim. I 00 that none bnt Gins ot thievery firM clacsshallbi man Rinzwoim and Tetter Ointmpnl, French Mixture, al'\'t suit, and required to appear at the next Term, 5 Bu:gys with to; !, JJ'lf

With a,'ip\: encourage the i introduction of these ufactured in his shop he feels sa'einj\varranting them Dr. Spnclr'Egtta l(Pills and Bitter. (on the fourth Monday) in October, A. D. l>5"fiof; 10 without t< ps, \7: ILL attend all the Courts of .fir-

matchless Tea, it is fntention of the proprietors to operate to the satisfaction. of the put chafer. He Dr. M'irph Vs Sujar Coated Anti.fever Pills, the Circuit Court for the Clllt\ Leon, and State 1 Rockaway :.eat, cuit. ::3Office over S. F. Eurt'.'" Store

t3 riitrntt! by lot, atnin the purchaser", a quantity will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at Dr. Lc-ny'H Vegf-table Universal Pills, of Florida, and plead lolhed t cl.iraiion filed t tlierein: 1 second-!,and Carryall, Tjllaha-s.ee, Oct. 27, b-. -12
of ci to the fiul.years' promts on the saleseffected their plantations. Dr. Peters' Vegetable PlIN.Mitchill's WALKER GWYNN.AUorneys which will be sold on the best of terms. ---- -

Each purchaser will receive enclosed in All engagements mad with his travelling Arntc, Eye Salve, and Thompson's Eye Water, &l-ir Plaintiff. Also, on hand S"ddlel, Bridles, double and single H. BRADFORD,

the package. .. ,..a nmuVred.. ,... ccrliicate.. i ,entit.him to or orders to t lh, Proprietor at Palmyra, Ibal be MofTm's Pha-nix Riltcr' and Life Pills, I April 13, 1S;( 1.1' 3m Harness,arid every variety of Goods ard Wares usually 1 7J 1 ATFlorida.I._ .ra '
V C ME
.fl.c Hid out, and the receipts amounting.20,000, (!rltepaiiing properly done in the i. .
0 most durablemannrr. i.eiiume :tuultlli'l lzt ters. The above well In Attachment.Albert of work dun al the shortest notice, &c.I .
ths undermentioned parce's' of Tea, to the value often known and popular rdnl.di,1 lr, sale bv >. E. HULL. April 2P. !cf. 15 -
per cent or 1'1 thousand d 'lUrs. will be civet | Ocj* UP i is> also Azcnt for the pale rf fhanman SHIELDS ic Bestwick, ) March lf.; 1S50. 10 ___

away as \banusses. according to the fallowing scale: Randal'!&Co.'sCAST IRON HOR'POWERSU-( June J l-'i, IS'jO. 2: tlJan GOIOWlm.Quincy, vs. Debt $S1 I 07. W. G. M. DAVI

:prizes of 51 lbs. Tea aiPl 01, 250 Ibs. or $2 f. G.-P Mit."in So-ithwe-tein Georgia and Florida. --- Join Un t. ) Claret Wine. AITOKNEY
2j" c I Ol'?, ) x a' 5( : be with IIE defendant nd all other persons interested L\\
2' :' ( cn. tate inv Travelling Antq. Notice to T FEW case superior S!. alien, just received
ard
::,I" 1 0" 41 I 00, 5i'))) a' d .110.2V). \ny information wanted with reiranl: to the coCt and Turpentine Makers, will lake notice of the intitltiol of the above A and for sale I HAS taken ui his abode at Tanaha,tl. wil
10) 0) ( to person who wish t into suit in Herson Circuit Court, by atrachin.-nt, and by i the Courts ot the Middle ( .' .
) c I :,1 :lll. operation of these mil!. can he obtained I h address- OR any may to enter the! McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
5) 1" ) business. A with appear and the declaration filed in said case and oJ 1 and Jjcks" Counties.M.rch .
1 01, 2:1 ) ins me at Palmvra. COlnt ,Clor ia. yotin, man, a family, who Iloalllo NewportApril 13, isyj. 14 FraIkli' 1
March ".0.1.5f. I lv h.1 had spveril can experience in mikingTuipenol on or before : Fall Term of sat t Court. (. l', K: 0 t

421 pii7.es in all 20Klh) E2OO1)I. in the Vil inity \\'iIHinltonK C., and who CARXWAY SMITH, C a .

Those person> prefer lower prized Tea?, cat Agency of urull'rstandthl process thoroughly, wishes to take Attorney tor Plaintiff. binetllaking.1'1 Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c.
taken the
receive" their prizes in proportion, or they will be DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. charge of a business, the ens'ijn Fall, where a ufficieiil July 0, 1E50. 2G 3m .77V',')-;,-:-"'" F!ubscriulr having

re-purchased for cash; at a deduction of 10 percent. t numuer of hands are imployedto afToid hima ant Ware-Room ) recently NASH & TAYLORi
fJ3Couitrv Agents required. Applications 10 be PULMONARY BALSAM, Pectmai Expectorant: liberal salary or an interest in the badness. Forluzrth'r Notice. "occupied by Gerard Vinseiboet3, ''t'LD inform their
:
is .ManulactureaH kinds ol Cabinet Furniture rtspecl111y
ailre 4ed (post paid) to the Company's Depot, Linirllt. Pure and Medicinal Cod purticnlars, address W. H. H., Madison C. weeks afterdate, I shall apply to the Hon prepared to : friend and the that .hcy
a Liver Oil, Anti-Dypej-tic Iixflr Nervine Ver : H Middle Florida. FOUR ,and has now on hand good assort ment,which pub'p
above ( Jude of Probate in for the received i uppl 01 gs.
and
County of |usl 1 a new
cash. GEO.
mifuge, Depurative Syrup, Heart Corrector, liuror June 11, 1 lv'o. I will be sold low for DAMON.
June S. 1SV(). 22 3m 23 3m Madison, for leave to sell the real estate of Walter I uicz of t Medicines,
the Permer
Corrector, Cough and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills, Furniture repaired at shortest notice, anti on
Nunn's & Clark'sCttFRR Female Specific, &c., &.c., used by' him constanllvand Notice. R. Iackb'lnltt of the County cf Jefferson, de reasonable terms. January 19,15:0. 2 6m ., \'ich. added to thllr ihen M.t a-"soil-
lying and b. ing in the County of since rectlv mates :
with CEa.f -- -
unprecedented the
Tim PI.'cNO-warranted-, 6|, .Colds, Coughs, Consumption success Asthma in ,treatment Heart Diseases ol A LL creditors legatees, and persons entitled to tdisnn.1 persons interested will please take rPHE Quincy Male and Female Academy : Lidie* and Geniunien that

Octave grand art ion Pianos. Dyspel"ia. Scrotula, Skin Diseases, Rheumatiim -. ifk: .. _distribution" in_ thec. .late ."f f Louis!l. Newton, eof. J- rt-OII.lu't January 7th. The necond session I .,,e Iedlct:. can call and examine

-AL"O- Piles, &c., &.c.! i-ii-oi Leon uourny( tlcu ed. arc hereby notified ELI AS LASTINGER, Adtn'r. will commence June 6th. Students may enter at our .. Ptrlumery, soaps, i.c-

:lan Attachment Pianos, with T\es Tune Dr. Fitch's Illequalt't Patent Silver Plated Ab. thaI Mieir claim ald demands, will be barred at the June 22,19-)0. 21 -It anytime d during!theyear.,and, after I the second week I May 4, 1850. 17

able The above ce.cbrated Pianoran lw had dominal ; Fitch's Improved Patent i-xpi. .tion of two years from this: daft, unless the Notice. ol the session they win be charged only trom the --------

by application D. C. WILSON. Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver In care are exhibited lo the !subscriber; and all persons time of entering. Board. may be had at prices vary S. S. KNIGHT.

June I t. ;'). 21 tfGUNSMJTHING haling Tube. who have an) demands aepiiist the said deceased are SIX months after date, we shal aprl to tne ing from $'to $1 per month. For further particulars Wholesale & Grocer & Provision Dealer,

hereby not ifttllo prcFenl t them without delay. and Judge of Probate fienton sPt printed catalogue, which may be obtainedby R'ai

DR. FITCH'S those I 10 said estate are now called upon tc County, for a discharge from any further adminiatra- application! to N. STEWART, TALLAIIS8EF FLORIDA.

on t the prevention CETFlm.\TFD SIX. I.JCTURFS make immediate payment toPATRCK tkdon the estate of Charles Laing, deceased: late of Jan. 26. 1-sV : Principal. KEEPS constantly on handandotftT for aleai'"

SMITH, Adm'r. Benton County, South Florida.C. advance oncost, for rash, the onward
\
G US-SMITH WORK of all descriptions done Diseases of the leat. &c., and! on the method ofpreserving June 15, 1S50. fv T. JENKINS, ? Notice. article in, his line. Flours ot approved qu
with the utmost t Precision and Despatch bJ'the Beauty to an old age. This J. B. ALLEN, S.Adm ". : Pwk,
months after I shall accounts *-Sugars. Coilees. Tea, Bacon
book should be in present my lam
,srribcrat next door to Dr. Barnard's. ev ry family. To the Consump- Bacon Pork June 22. 1 1"50. SIX tdtt together
higshpp live it out the teafHHublrlio and Flour. _2j_fim_ vouchers to Honorable Court of Pro Soap, Candles, Lardand all similar -
Particular )points only for relief.
attention paid! to country orders, and the To mothers directions e I AND SHOULDERS, bales for the County of Leon, and ask for a final settlement with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, ul ,
of all thE it gives for the care and BACON ILUfSSlts. '
koliciied.
patronage H :'
education children Notce. and discharge as Executor ot I the last will ,Fi s, AlnonJ.,an aU ot h 1 articleiusaa./
)aor Ijocka HenalreJ, Vc., &c.ChARLES. of this book have passed are through invjliul.Ie.the 7SIO' ) copies 20 "SI l(Louis Flour, SIX months after tatel apply to the Honor and testament of William Turner, deceased. found in si llmelti.
and the
DEMILLY. sale continue unabated. For press,, Just received per Schooner W. R. Petles, and for i Judge of in and for the County of MATHEW TURNER. Store ne\' door above G. II- le inni s'GMQU'!
Tallahassee 23 by S. S. Fitch
May IS50. tale
20 &sale Jefferson for as one of the Administrators 2 IS'K) 4 6m
Co., 707 Broadway, New Yoik, and by by J. M. \H.I.IAMS. : ir.y discharge February roe street.
June 8, 1S.10. 22 of William Bellamy, late of said County, de. April2S, tStD. 17 ty
D R. WILLIAM: H. BRADFORD SHIELDS
&GOlDWlF. -ezffd SMITH! SI.MKINS. Notice. -

flffiff, Door Weit t of Judge BaltzeU'i. Just Jefferson Crun'y! ,January 19. !3 0. Cnn
frt 03- Dr. Filch's Guide to Invalids,,".r Directions to Received. : THE subscriber> having fitted up the TANERY GEO. BESTWICK. ,
May 2', O. 20 persons using Dr. Fitch's Remedies to be had I POUNDS this place known as Baker's Tan ard. has Dealer
,gratis, 10 000 BACON SIDES, Notice. Wholesale & Retail Grocery I Provision ,
--- and will kinds of LEATHER
-- -- --- of all Jin Agents. 0,009:; Ibs. Shoulders, noon hand keep al
THE TRUE MEDICINAL June I:, 1S50. 23 tlJart IO Ibs. plain- Hams, SIX Months after the date of this. notice, I will for sale ; and will have BOOTS and SHOE i TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA

COD LIVER 5 tierces Sugar-cured Him, my vouchers and accounts to the Hon. made to order. He has on hand a superior artice TT REPS con.tanty: on hand and for sale .f l lIV t
OIL
SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 40 FhulT, Judge of Probate fur Leon County, fu a final settlement doublcd-soWd NEGRO SHOES. He would re- 10\'* : prices!, for cahall the article* III

U EFtTL in the cure of SCTolh. Comumpton. just received a large and aosorl- 30 barc1 Whiskey, and discharge from the Estate:. of Dr. I. D. turn his thanks to the citizens of Gad.-den" and the I thislineefbusmesi. Flour of best qualitiesS>f,

GoutRheumatism,Althma, 1gh!!. HAVE nt of Medicines general 10 Mess Pork, Newton, late of said County,deceased. adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say Cofee.TEa Bacon Ilams.Soap.Candles.NolSiB"! !

and all dilfae of the Che
cf this valuable medicine i is just received, which is Pant most icasonable terms for, cash lley wi 3 hhds. New Orleans Sugar, March 2:, J S;( l-m Boots, and Shoes, at Im.old stand in Gadsden found in similar establishments. All persons waiting
or
warranted pare and of very superior quality.For credit. Persons wishing enuine unadulterated approved medicines 45 kegs NaiN,. County, near Quincy. He will be glad at all times to purchase of the above article',are respectfully
sale by LEWIS & AMES Notice. of the above articles for Oak Bark invited call and them before Win
will do well to call and examine their stock 3 barrels Old Bourbon to exchange any to price
May 23. I S: 20 Tallahassee, Fla. before purchasing elsewheie. Brandy,Rum,Gin, Poter,and Whiskey other articles, SIX months after the first publication of this no- Hides, crippled negro boys, or hi*own paper. elsewhere. -

Quincy, June 15, 1S50. 23 II Jan which will be sold for a very small many advance on cos!. ( I !haapply to the lon, James K. Broome, Q3- Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, Store formerly occupied by L. H. GrrfDbrf

Private Boarding House. Being determined to give bargains, all shall find it Jud-re of Probate (for Leon County, for a discharge can have employment. fc Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson street (,

HT1EM or twelve Gentlemen can be acccmodafed Peas then inleret to give the subscriber a call before pur. from I the administratorship of the state of George w. H. MCMILLAN. May 12, IS-!>. 19 _

J. Day Boardersat. the residence of Jjhn H. Lloyd a 1 A BUSHELS of PAS fa sale by cha| ,": S. S. KNIGHT. Youngdlceaseratc( of Lon County, Florida TallahasseeFebruary 2, lS.r>0. lyJETNA
vm D. YOUNG To the Florida Volunteers.
e Monroe street, next house to the store Ay S. S. KNIGHT. Tdlahase, June S, 18W. 2l ,
by Mr. Leon on desirable terms. ocupif one June 22, 1SW. 24 Adm'r. of George Young deceased. INSURANCE COMPANY, undersigned will attend to the collection! O r

furnished Br.an. unoccupied, for a gentlemanand Pure Sulphate of Quinine. March 16, 1":), ID 6m HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. TiE :against the State or the United Slale"'

ladv,or two tingle gentlemen. Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and Notice. BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house for services rendered by, or supplies furnisIWLtb0 l Slate'

"alahauel May 11, 18'0. 15 /COMPRISING( his Expectorant, Hair Tonic AlW )' ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they A persons-holding claims against James Black- aginst loss by fire. Florida Volunteers. called into service of (the

terative, Hair Dye, Carminilive Balsam, Tonic have obtained direct fro:the manufacturers and Li ledge late of Leon County deceased are no. LEWIS &AMES, during the recent Indian outbreak. forW'

Fruits, &c. Vermifuge,Sanative PilU, and Ague Pills, for sale by they will warrant it to be a superior article. titled that. they must be presented to the u.dersignedwithin January 2(. 1S50. 3 Agents Talaha!,e. Being thoroughly conversant with all the the. .

RAISINS, OKANC.ES, SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines the time prescribed by the statute, or this Garden Seeds. and business! necessary for the collection of my3'he !

DS, UMOiSr June 15, 19:) 23 Quincy, Fla. by recent ar ivls,and are prepared to execute notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. flutters himself he will be enabled to glre >[' ,

APPLES, ; orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, EDWARD BLACKLEDGE, Adm'r. A L.\RGEassortmenlofresh GARDEN SEEDS satistactioa to those entrusting their claim \

I IRISH POTA OIOS, I5 S. 1*. Iowi.seaid's .Sarsnpurilla. on the most accommodating terms. May 25, 1S50. 20 8t rtceivl'd ( garden of G] him. i. l
MACKEREL in barrel andkitts. Dr. Sands' do. We have also a few accounts } due to us for the R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by Reference-All who know him.

PICKLED hI Dr. Wood'. do. year 1849. They are generally'e amounts, Notice. LEWIS &AMES. W.IUfIS! S.GEORGE t

Just and fur TO\GUE D. Bull's d. mt if the whole could be paid smal, would go January 5, 1S50. 52 February 23, 1S50. ,M
111
receh'ec l months after date application will be made ,
JOHN Comstok's fa totvardslrquidatkngetain sums which we owe. SIX
Tecembr22,1Sl!* .r McDOUGALL. Dr. ComstCk'1 Pain Extractor. LEWIS AMES. the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon County S. S. Knight Court of Probate. '
I a for[ Utters dismission from the estate of Thomas -
For sale June
by SHIELDS &'GOLDWlF I 1850. 22. White, deceased, late of said County.SAMUEL continue business at his old stand,where STATE OF FLORIDA, 55. > AT CII.315': .
Pain Killer. JunelS.lSjO.I 23 than_ C. WHITE, Administrator.May WILL hopes to wait on such of his friends as have Washington County. 5 Match .1 5.

Groees.JUS heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promising the matter of Sum Smith, Gu rJian of Robr ,1
IS, 1S5019 Cm IN
of *
AFRESH supply Perry Davi. Pain Killer.just Provisional &c. received Ihooner .( New Or that all hall have good articles lair prices. E. Russ, minor heir of Robert RUM deceae M -
: and for sale by
BARRELS MESS PORK Lard Oil, (pure.) Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. April 23,1S49. 17 On the petition of Stephen J Roche and Jall1 60ardiaa I
W.. CO. 44
1 TP& Agents. 6 do. Prime do. Extra Sugared Hams, Long, secnriiies, praj inp tuat Sion Saiith.
-. received fioin New Orleans 5ecuriti'in
schooner W.
NoY t ,per Extract Cannabis 1
A Icoliolic
br 1 4. 5 Kegs Leaf Lard, Plain lam'rRecifed JUST Petles, Indus as aforesaid,may be required to fife ne\ .
tha
2 hall barrels Cranberries, JCollodion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, lieu of petitioners or in default Iher'of.| r,

Nails. I 1 hhd. clear side Ricon, Alco in Whiskey. Flour-Ohio and St. Louis, Philotoften, Nervine, Smith be removed from aid Guardian-nipt hta*g ,

80 KEGS Agawan and Fall River Cut Nails,junl I Ireceive 1 do. shoulder d\i. Clear Sic,Shouter Bacon ShIes and Shoulders, Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by pearing to tie satisfaction. of this Court batSion heirof
aod ( sale SHIELDS GOLDWIRE, Guardian. of Robert E. Russ. 'S;
or by 10 bbls. St. Louie Flour, Four, Lard, molasses and Sunr.For & Smith the ,
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. do. planting Potatoes, Ro Coffee, 50Sacks tc &,c sale Jlne 15IS:0. 23 Quincy, Fla. Robert Russ, deceased, resides bejond 51a1f1the 111 f
: by J.
Newport, .pri 13. 1S50. 14 hhd. fine Sugar, For cheap by A. E. HOC. May 18 M. WILLAMS. of the Stare of Florida, bat in one of the 3fiS'l"i'
June 29, 25 1,1850. Bagging : United States, to wit: the State of ere&
bushel Petit Cotton Seed ,
Saratoga Water. 2 Gl 1&5. be
cannot
: thar notice of said petitioner
barrels Wll ke,. Provisions.TS AND SALT, for sale byMcNAUGHT so
20 DOZE(quarts) Congress Water, j jut re- Just rec'd. per schr. W. R. Petles, and for sale by Flour. ROPE ORMOND. upon him : said ''b*
for sale by McNAUGHT ORMOND. supply' of Family FLOUR received received per Schr. W. R. Pette, from New & // W therefore Ordered,That the Slon.,1Guardian e
AFRESH Nawport, January 5, 1850.
& jus dn and ; [
McNAUGHT. &. ORTklOND. Newport, March 9, Ifi50. 9 "Llewellyn," and (or lle Oleans as :aforesaid, appear the dale bl
Newport April 13, Id50 McNAUGHT Clear Side*, titioner within four roorths frcm oti,
1 &ORMOND. Shoulders Tin of ll.i. order.or the a.dP ;
New Books. Newport, June 29, 1850. Manufactor. first publication rt:
Fxtra Sugar Cured Ham will be taken as confessed, and the piier Id.'r
Plow Iron. engaged we are bl
FIVE selection of tl.e Novels the thiS
ot day togrtt.er HAVING ef l
I A Plain Hams, in line in : That a copy r wi.
and to nil all orders our a granted PfriJld
nt
AN auotrroent of wide Iron, cay S, 9, and 10 in- with many othf'f such I Bruce Life Refgeratos Meat Safes. Prime Leaf Lard, and All orders from published oncea week fo'tour months in sj n.r
., uitable for Plowc receucd Schooner and Travels, Humboldt's Travels, Rambler in Mex. prompt satisfactory manner. (
Ffen
per LANDING fr-'Llewellyn' n assortment Star Candles, the will receive immed'ate attention. A published within the State ef Oa-R,
b Abel I, and (or ale by ico, Los Gringos, i.c., for sale by named articles,for sale by Pearl Stare!. For sale by liberal country discount givea to mercha its and dealers.T paper WASmrGTON T.oB Coat!'

McNAUGHT &ORMOND. McNAUGHT'ORMOND. McNAUGHT &ORMOND. ALFRED E. HOC. WHITE CO. Judge of Probates :! '
Jfewporr, Much 9, 1S50. 9 Newport, April 13, .. i Newport, June 2O, 18O. May 25, lS O. 20 June 9, 1849. 23 Aptll 27, IS50. 13 4a




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