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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 27, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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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JOHN TAYLOR; prepared the articles connected with her high At S o'clock the court ho."e'a gain p pure copper lying np n the grount. This had Rousing A Hoasier. From fie .'.' n.t It7t.

The Timon of the Backwoods Bar and Pulpit. ly rp.pf'ctt.'tJnd honoiable trade with unuea.ried tlm! :nged, :and u the stranger. arcmdiiiii! to promi.se I been got out by Mexicans, and abandoned A SCCM: AT A \UBOAT INMR. Party. vs. Country. ;, i

itv tn AS. si M M inri: :ii. labor and coiicunim'ite: IrtJot.. Her hth.it : deiiveied his H'rmllil. It l\'inct'tllhe s sain when attacked by Indians."There It happened: my, lot not tnin'tUI since, Ole" ortbe m ..l ilisroiira-iintj signs of tlsA :

M'rliidod modest and and at I the bar El: 1'aso in the bands "f tinlf' in this dark hour in the history of the
firs'' vision of Jolm s were leliring ; attribute as his previmi eloqtiTce are at > I lo be a passenger; till boinl t the fast runningsteamboat

I ran never forget in the, my court htue at Le\vu !hence the might have: hoped to avoid no'orioh. the same 'lIlIIp lCIIlJgic. the same burning. different, peisons several! large amounts of M -, boim-1) from Cincinnati I to St. 1 American Union is tbe! disposition manifest 'd ;'

Ti\l:tJr. It WitS > but fur the! peril us gift that txtiaoid.iurybeauty : hemence, and increased bitlerne& of denimciution. silver oie, taken froia t the mines i in thai neigh- Louis.rllo the mi'nber of persons i i the I' every wheie-North and! o'lh-tt: sacritico: '
iu lit* t
;. ( sum.diet g
IJlII' Coin CUUIltauta.s.
.11. av. the in'eresU of tint Coan/ry ihov Party. t
which too often, and to the pour and : IlOlhoo""ilh! guaranties urtilll'.lu lands, cabin H would bu and a live
I ( flv: The occasion itself possessedtrni'ile ___. Hid was -a wag I i That this disposition is not only clearly man.
fiom Iixl'mm short
riendless! biruietOuza
She u piotection : only a
*. ahvns.: proves u cur'e waooon Hoo ier fre li from the awl! hos
iUh.ft''a' t conrotjiv ol spe* Slavs Labor in the Territories. > o\\"amj.i I I ifested at the South! but openly avowed', even :-
: ; mflwsVlluld !
before alllhe.se be
after %
tought by all tbo fuc-llics fi'.ish.ion. ; elapse
assembled witness trial) of a e (> of! I it.l Ii tutors bad to IMP i ; II I. nos, June I, I 1530. veil woike.l and by som of the conductors of the public' press t.
UI' Jl'J-IVC.\ would! have
and beautiful i,I itidictuieiit t forinutifer. l nUl! the beatitifuUtrungcr rejec"''tl ibein ot'1; we Iirgeqiuntiies 1 for fun I II-resolved to quiz, this, as be
HII
pit on : is of mortification and alarm
town the all with uuut ralilc KCOIII and louthiiu. Aniing Dear) Jii' : In a speech delivered I y you in of metal seeking a market through this supposed, individual and only waited, a source deep[ to
The Judge waited at moment: green the real of the land.It !.
pariots
the SlieiiiFto (bring iti the piisonei' and these rejected" admirers was one of a the I House of Kepre: 'eilatives in .M irch last I IIH'C. !for a gorl opportunity" of SIt doin<;. None oc- I fearful

bur all character from which! the fair miliner htd: i ieveijthingto I im.lfiMoi.il) you to say that ym bid been in ii r.d if 34)11 consult! I'lemonl's map, printedby rtired until dinner lime, when tIle wag lookptiticiilar certainly argues a retrograde

the' ev.es of the impatient; multitude cen.lered fear. Hiram Shore wa at once the valley: of the ((7ic.it:; Salt Lake: und! that order oflbo Senate in 1' 1. you will! find pains; topltce himself exactly [i movement on the part of i the Southern: people! ,

on the d..or ; when suddenly a stranger observation III'allhe I of of the branches! of the | opposite : ;at a lime when their dearest t rights are inva-
riveted universalattention. : opulent influential}' and dissipated. He was you were acquainted" fiom personal source one the I Hoosier I at the table, ami soon after !

entered, .whose apj earance !himself! licentious bras and feiocioti-ly 1'1''fIefi.ltht I wilh a large put: of the territory: of Califoinia. ( ;ilt: River, copper android mines" laid the company had commenced eating, he balled led and an attempt is being made: to degrade

\ imifc! famous duellist of I iesouth. Will 3011 be so good as to give me down. And ill I am not greatly mistaken, it him as tollon-, :- them' in the eyes tofthe xvorM, by prrtclaiming! .

Here is Lis 'portrait( : a figure, lull, I lean .\ ." I It I: was generally known that he your" opinion! a ind t the reasons for entertaining will tun out that theI.ruons are in poss*>s- .. I in friend you're fiom Hoosierdom, and requiring from them a tacit acknowledgment .
aud straight as an UlTtJa l tacr, tal.: say ) of their inferiorty their brethren of I 1-
i-inexvy ; had: made advances to win the favor ol it, of I the piobabiiity! or improbability of t ihe .in1!i of'he richest nd of mines, east of Sii>rat r I to
bilious, and twitching ince .!.attly, wiift1COUS suppose. the North that when
\v\\\ the lotely' Kinina and had: ) shared the fate of introduction of slave labor into any part i t (ifs the Nevada. It is known, too, that rand .* I'm( from Indiana" was the civil reply. -we say under sucliciicum
brow broad massive
irritability ; a all other disdainful 1 i the! United: copper nines have, fjr been >tances, conductors of ihc public press
wooeis-a tepul-e. I territory recently :acquired by many years Do) laise where
they cabbage UU come
.filled with wrinkle\ 'but not from, neo : ) who !
icemed ; can be found, tmblmhingly! advice submission .
worked in New Mexico and I inlbtmedby -
At nine o'clock: on Chi it.tmas ni;:ht, 1C3T. States from Mexico ; provided such introduction am I from ?"

be vas scarcely forty ; ryes, lediishjclo.v the people! of Lewishurg; were 1utlt'Ct! by aloud be not ptuliibited by law ? I Hugh N. Smith, Cq that there are in I that I No, but I reckon they du whar cum -not to save: the Union, bu. lo "nai/i-
wrathful you "
like the, brigiItazIdjiercing .
eagle, as tain the Democratic
bcieam of ItfluIi)3 tat tenor, while! loliow. I wi.sh to obtainour opinion in regird 1 to Territory gold, silver, copper lead, and zinc from." integriItfist parly"

; and finally, a mouth with lips o4. lug with;! scarcely. interval, came siiccestielepoils other kinds of labor, as well as agricultural ; mines of the riches quality, and that the reason What tIn you judge by ?1"' it argues a fearful; : degeneracy since the days :.,
cart iron, thin, ouiled cold, and sneering, the ui the Revolution.To : .
of(ui I two three with it to a most mnvarran- why I they bave not latterly been xxoiked, ..
the re.nrtuic, one, a because, us 8eems me i l.y: the looks of that: ur cabbage bead between
.intense (oupreswon; ()which looked living I has more is that it is prevented by the maintain the integrity of party (or. i
dozen deafening runts. They llew to the, I table, if not a most ilU'ingenious attempt' ; extensively, your shoulders."
wnuodimeut of an unbrtfithed cum. 1 II 1 e was. sooth Merciful Heaven ami has
sTnmds believe tint incursions of the Indians.I I He is oflbcopin-1 it come to
the :
shot; of the milliner whence the proceeded been made, to lead public to Several sitting near II-now begin t lo tiller .

habited in t writ of of new Indian buckskin ornamented wilh hues i ; pushed hack the unfastened door, no form olVave! labor will ever I be I intioducedthere I ion, and he! i is borne out by whit hill"rv1. at his expense[ but nothing c'fillltel. he this, that by accustoming the neck to the yoke .
fashion
after the : costume, and a recite of Imrror w I\fo PH'sPlltt.d. Theietshe I because: possibly or probably! i it t may can get on the subject, Ihlt'whell: these mines returned lo the charge. Dues mother of J'CTIYIln, can urihluohingly announce

of every color) of the rainbow.Ell'oxvlng 'I Mood in the {"nll e of the rontn with a not be introduced for 3zdcuturall'urptlcs.! I shall come to be explored, their xveallb will 1'lIo'Ollr out T' he asked.! your their determination! ( of giving up their sncr&l

; his way'thiough the crowd, andapparently revolver in hand bane] dischar earliest convenience will turn out t lo be enormous.j '. ri hfv to save: their part from disposition)!! !
each
t
"aided : cveiy A reply at your Yes, I reckon so ; she lo'd. me to go talk! ,.
t ) unconscious I timt he was tt i i I ed, her :.:.eatures pale, her eyes flashed! wildly, much oblige, Yours very truly, I j \"Ilcn011 have once cast t your eye over (to the goslins.! Shades, ()the! immortal heroes an J martyrs,

a l a phenomenon, needing explanation this but lips' parted. with! a feaiful l r-1IJi1 And HOUACI: M .iw.Hon. that country! h ia': '. West t of the liorky: Mountains I Indeed," said 11hitill his lips, hose blocnl! was poured out in the acLTeve-

,singular being advanced, and, with ttaeLaubty I there at her feet, welleiinz in his waim blood, S. K. 'Jltitrsfon! Jdl'gate.fro1fl Oregon.. ;, and 1 Hist 1 oftbe Sierra Nevada:and arc (then yo'i' ni'it be a goose lo unde: tllld: the uncut of our liberties' revisit the scenes of

air of a king ascending the throne, his bosom literally riiidlcd with bullet! Jar I informed, of((he peculiarity of the !sold bearing Ian.tuzge so welt." y.j'ircir: hly su'Teriigs an J saveyo'jrdi'gener-

seated himself within the bar. thronged as it ihe all-dreaded duelist; I. Hiram Shore, gapping \YASUl\Il'X: June 10, 1S.;,0. region, you it once become convinced that When among Ilonnns: I du' aq Romans at
was wi.b the dircytles oi Coke and I5.u] :hslotic.several in the last I He I articulated! but u sin.gle I I the United States i ii i iu possession of mineral du the instant I talk the language who ran coolly talk ahoit: surrendering' his si-
cttcetni'dtt1C1fl'.IVs agony. I rectved; a note fiom some days azo, was : retort.
'known. ym
of whom was cred and "
rights tamely s'ibmittinz hi> IntuIt!
wealth be
will able
i 'o that not: lomfaMiri
vast; a es "
sentence :
.
: 'j
)but which lo i this.1 of those I :talking to.
far to those old and making certain inquiries' ; : i up am d..mfbtion.11 tor .the
us SlIt.i'f *'T,'il my mother: that I am dead, and! gone time, I have, been im.ible to answer. I desire its extent. An.l when $lh* M! mines Which way are you travelling." cried II :arri sakn of saving ,
tfltCrL : I tbe! Union from dissolutiort-sacrp&t
(01011 to hell !" and! i !liall: begin to be developed! and their nut.jIi'5tiiiuiau'e astbatob. j.ject t'
iu-'antly expiied.ln
another round the table.
thii.'iljug
Like iti the now -, as gijrgie rail: I
"bcUve-en tlie outlandish to no part question -
contrast ) garb honlJ bt in the "fall
.. good Is
'UI : } eyes men-
the uauie <)t fiod.; who did this ? exclaim have j"d i ( richness known population" will IJDXVII the Ohio river I reckon' and. I
,
but ,
disdainful of j the country ; as y 1111 t- my the land thai
traitor him
aud ti. Mra.nger I ;t (to gave birth but
COUII'ualct set that the Usual! ;
>>tl the : a llt'd i way, attended: with! consequences
pectator: be the Hosier half filloJ! his with:
) the law.jers app judgment! .l matter which, ;appears to plate poached
(especially, the risibility of upon I j when he submit tg r) all ibis for the sake of .
"Iclcd I hd! it !r' baid the auiiful miliiaer! J I .tinIy with, : 'Sigh prices awl a (l"lirLutJ. fur labor. I ;. I sac.inr

; the junior rnembeie began a (tip' did it to ave my bonor." 'I' a disputed point, cannot refuse, con-i 1 h ,lave laUr ii i like! other cap'tal, if it ".11! soi t'guz. What! business do (Mian- ?1" but iu- 1 I : a poor miserable party from dlssoluriou.:
the law of courtesy. you an auwer.j you
titter which alt!t claim
In forfeits
to
grelouder.IUd I public confi.ler.ce anJ
jiffcued) around the circle They dl"hth.s.! fltltw.'pt Iul'IIObt.d I IIi way ,be readily: imagined the d t'dcaut.d j That answer will be iu conformity with what i' where il 5 h be't paid, tbf'n1.' have, a right to !! stead of answering the question l; the f'ace of the the execrafions of the community should!; "In:

an !intense nxation. Public opinion! say il will seek these mines and beconr; apart ; Hoosier sU'Jd..nlrJcln! red bl Kxl. and he
said heretofore in ; as t
be ild hun'.er ofbe 1 II have frequently' pri'aleI
the intruder to some w : !heap d him, and the "slow unmoviirfiller
l the : however, was divided. The poorer ca! "fe., conversation: with i'.Mitlemen on this SI': t.t. : of I ihe producing capital; oftbe country I 'l".hetllllp.i contents nuns plate full! ia the face I II upon j;
had
n.uit1ains. who 't scorn" 1
( : t1'\'e iwtu : I I wliTe those located. That these unceasingly pointed at I him,
iHn of the f lauded mines
crediting the jrra't'r ; <:ti" me and bosom hf the I
of Iv tbtc4ute The point of inq,tiry se-rrs 10,1..111"1'l wag.There 'f'
hall ice. he
of wherever
I
iltt.iur : jusi instantly whole filled with rich mines i iibulu I may roam.
her hoi'oisfii of measureloHs regions ,
eulogy. sire
terms
m those
sii.ldi
: slave lab. rould he ably 1 ini was a start amr>n at
of r profit: employed :
i i
and object iheJiuighU'r: peiceived' AI! hib; a portion; .f the and !
i Ii Hut the friends of the deceased, and of hiss Caiifoinia! nail and New Mexico.j i less thin cer.iii.:; lit! 1 Ilh'tl they ran I beprofitably the table, xvl.ich "',is fume,! in'o ii.s anr c i.fi- press pe'openftrlt
each i Oregon, ,
'head to South have evinced
turned graduiiiy; so as give i I a wilijrjue.s..fjthe r
f
bi l ledviifo killing ,I ,11111ami' !.", gave a difli-ivnt' atid daiketicol.uing j It the natuie of 1 the climate all\II't' uulc".i u!., wx, ked by slave labor i is sure. sinn, by the furl her actions nf tbe. Indi iiiiun.HiMng sake nf n
laugher a JUllk-Ili.lips' cm a sostainii' party-to submit to fn-
the afiuir aud denouuecd the !111I i I ft'nct''ere I a Southern; man: and mv -
to \ eJ properly
1 :aloft I the heavy in i bi i hand
fnrni.sli, : plate right ,
IiuUITOWS i :these countjieg' are Mich :as to a profit. '
ofiuliujte scoin-hi* yellow eye* % j ; stilt! und dfiznubtimi, we canaut believe that
.sII. I J iy homicide as an atrocious crimmul. Unjottttnatciy : ,, invested in f laves, I should consider the he it down xvilh force(
; I able! market foIl't slave labor, it > ,an tl !b.citiicdtil. brought stunning upon
of : o1p] ; ,the ofthe will tbus .
i
IU great mi-ses people tamely .
tongue protruding
% hi llltni1-hi, wiiheied( Itke a lor her, the oflicers oi the law, e!. on all hides I lh.it \\'HII1oi be jut ru- mukets in Xevv ,Mexico ltab, and Califor- t tie head of I the individual at his right siij., submit. Whal do fir .
through literally peciallv the il.dgt. and si'ritr. were devotedromrades I nit, fur slave labor, worthy. of an honorable: him backwards the floor where I they care party supremacy
fcprpeiit, and ejaculated: tlO:l..ikt| poison in afcitigle dufcd: if left free to seek piofiuble. ii.vent- Chocking upon I 1 It i is now a matter of little consequence .
ol the slain: an i like; other capital. point ati.
depiibe
void : .Savag-sl" can m''nt, to tilt m-since confe3: hae Jeienerated !
JI.fl j party
: lotce 1u tI threw into i iU8 in revoliinj PUI iaiity. The! j jt dgi I' com- i i.ue; then, i is dependent, a. it is conceived,., I am, sir, with due cotisideration your* tiuly! ,, ri>f'. hut t ihe maddened I Hooker I was not yet < into a contemptible ccram&Tefor- t
tidt'ftt \ milted her without the privilege ol hail i I, and 1 i I SVAICHL: K. Tnuusro.N. No bad the don its
that ..nu, uo pencil) can paint. the inierii-il: : (fu.for upon the determination of the first point oI : I pacified. sooner plate Ihe spo'ih; of riclary. in which they are allow.d .
7/j/i. ILtrttcc Minn.Amerirnn .
f utterance, although hardly' ...c..d. the shet1ffchaiited her in a feion't dungeonSth i I inquiry.; I Hence I to :that! p ii int', only, it i ia Ill tlujtupoui: its victim, than bending the left arm. neither part nor lot-what party maintainsthe
( i
l1f i is the hri.fulatriet of the circumstance ., he brought back the 'ih'Iwith terrible furce I
cd a wiiitjter. But he accented every letteras i ce*<:'iry for rue to co'ifiii": my ausver.I (lIz I alum Lad ex: -A eon res,, t a cladtllcnut the maintenance: of their

it were a separate cmisMou. il't.je thai develop! in the examination ofthe witiiKseK. -. 1 need not remind '\ou, of the law rl".t.talinll; )thd.'flt of :ihe :. Y. Conlluercial.\u\"erliier 1 into the iriotuh of the nun pt t his !tft side, constitutional: : rights i is. to them a rnitter of vital .

'! The! testimony closed, and the plead4tig the inveMinent of capital. It will always I knocking out a couple! of teeth, and also pro .
scorched bit quiveiJH lips; laving b.rillt. gi writing from Italy, says ; importance. Let them! keep iti view this

..m.Ia1il; on th.S, both at the beg inning and Isegan.i'it where, under all cit euuntances, it will >i iK 11 j In pi; !>sii!; through 1'i-i on my way to Car. (rating him at full I1 length, with his heal a:-iin' great object. and until the end shall be uccomtjijjhed -
of till three advocates spoke in sue.CCs1uU door Tiiis done the lloosier
the of b
'I" the meatest icturn to the owner. jl'ou'll.-* ; ,. a -rlh. lei them 'iL_. .L.
( ( \\fd-"StvHget. ; rara, I met Power-, the sculptor who wa Lnivy "{' n-.rr -
fr t the prosecution but neither names '.I ;' ,_ u' 'lI t/ lilt LiIa tic: have sort ull1uu.Jt, :ma then the conFtict .
; 1 tl Ia'l'd'Q" i.e.yutI Cftt; In"L. Li' a. eu, we : no
,! '
It'a* the howl of tate red tiger in tbe hiss 1 .1 o ., ...- -. I/f'ill, .rtd.l.t I hl'l oun\ 1'cjC:1f IJ. ..11'tc"lt 111 J.t.,".,, ; 7r V ers'af7er: regnrdin: with an'atleutiy'c'C'yp.i I j, had beenit lug in. anl 1 stated :troiml: him in of those v\ho bare loved country moro ,

of a rattle t>tmlt< Omtors tefthe blood and thunder genius. the, > with at least double the profit to the owner of the crmvds (f fashionable! ladies travereingtli ofa rnidman.:
i like those and those wbo
diverted i with flishmg! ,than will be appreciated,
The boxvever was j jby t ) es parti/
geneial ease uliuut o.allv paitilioii': their howlin! *; eloquence in State ol': ; with much phial I*.
the advent of the S fair prisoner, xvho then( v<| the *lav that it now jieMs' any streets of 1'isa, said; em in the meanwhile! the now thoroughly excited have: minifested: : a vtillingness lo sacrifice tIle

her curd. The betwo'-n the prisoner and her hiather- I the Union. I am uninformed as to the u-tnl! How I I many: .beautllul !ladies yon have: here.li hnl: i li i"l'n fr6m! the table, the rights of the South to perpetuateparty organizatinns .

came in. unounded ty drive Saint mud ap-: robed! counsel, as if in doubt who of the twain puce <,fiive!; labor in the States, but the \ !" replied I I. Italy i ls full!! of t' em." I Ii female passetiners portion fleeing!, into the after cabin will in tbe language of Senator Hanne -
ion enough lo a .
pant was ; was then on trial. As for the stranger: heMcmed price p.iid I', lu.lians in Oregon d-uing: the reminded him tint the day was afesla and around the assaulter.: : and
fur here WitS a svle. of beauty bewilder thelaniet i and the men gathering! :an, sink to a d"gracldii so deep
and tUf.It'lbe coldest heart, to pay nut the slightest attention to l"a-t J'ar. for labor, has ranged from two to I !ths.dirphf was from .that: circumstancench "lIt"s mid !'' shouted one. ariinfarny! so profound, that tie baud of political .
imagination his ) but tema'ued: i ni'itionl. withi d I Domestic servants be teJ. I He I I then '
in both imagination and heart a I opponents, thr--e dollars p T tv.. negro ; tu might naturally' 'x r 11f' Thrunhim overboard !! xelled! another. resurrection! can never reach them."
leaving ; i uis iorehead bowed on IIIM hanJ, like one mile f lie, wl! uner. the ladies of Italy were indeed '
enamelled in fire and fixed J whether or "in uo observed ovit : Knock him down !I" cried a third. That there are gentlemen in tbe South, as .
;gleaming picture, 111I1 i.d in deep thought or blunib* r. of bouse. oik. wutlld] com- and busts of almost "
stand I the business w t truly beautiful possessed band and foot bawled a ; f,
i him el 'heredlO
in { ol gold from the suis. I It, a-as u t i Hind well as ;t conscientiously elievp -
a tame ( he
\\ hen the lime came, however, five six litm.lieil dollars a rfecti'ji but" ad led he, they
piopei
] ;
of enchantment to be felt'; as well us; I main readily or j faultiest |- ; fourth. that she is no! called upon tr sacrifice
peil au suddenly sprang to his feel, crowed the bar I recollect well, ,hat there was a mu.iullo 1: lack ihiu and that is the be-uity: of mind! I kill one !" echoed -
V feel it in the flushes of h"r \'car. one ; Take; care l.e: don't some her rights ami that no attempt has been made
een. iu might and took his seat almost touching the jury.He .- in which I look the ladies of America.:
boitd the \'eJo1opl I
clitiuui.u'o I
countenance, clear a* a sunbeam.' hiilUunt, as \ man on i which a t2tT.Ibut : to ins.iit! and degrade! ber, we are well aware ; ..It
I I then commenced in a whisper, but it was limn Oregon to Sun Francisco, who I' stili ut' the real sculptor in Florence sixth was
the iri in the contour of her featuiec symmetrical pa's.tg! The : I the voice of the speaker :and while xve d -plore what we consider their .

*1; as if cut by the chisel of 1 be arlist ;,1J.' whir-pcr so wild, so clear, to unut>>riibly; -in; : was paid one hundred and eight) dollars; per I intenMei me very much. It is divided into 1, drow.ied: by the louder lungs (of the I Ho"sier, I I obliquity' "f\'i..j.tJ.t.t! are b' und to respect l ,

in her Lair of I'cb'ItUlUH'tl: ringlets flowing' '; 1 ing and uis'inct i as to fil: the he haul dealt flOlIl floor month for his, services as cook.: 1 will not I two nparmetits: the. rouuli and till fitiih.These .- I j \% t.o suddenly exclaimed in a voice of thunder their! opinions, and .f rouse do not wish to in.cliule j.t-

to :aUt'rit'st the outset, in IIIUt'I further, in regard tllciJllhuc'lI1t'utJo. : a re disconnected: fiom each
to particularize .
\\ithout braid, softer luau filk, finer than;I stop departments I them in our denunciation >f those who ,
a ,, I logic, M'paiating and combining! t the 1 proven would oil'-r: tontiresSricled situated sif'es: <>f I the ''
(Oregon) on opposite '
in the t blue as the heaven olcummer $ I I other: ant aie ; Wbar's the captain! ? are willing! !tit stcrificc ctiuiiiry for pari!.
:oo8lttnf'r ; eye !! fads, till. the whole mass.of confined evid"-nce slave la tnjr. but will simply ndd, irit avery strrt1!. I His I own tiiii" is chiefly p.ised answered the called made and it i isperfectly
lllItlwru iaige, liquid bamv ; inLer I I r S t'ue( Here I am, : person The is>,:e i is n >vv being up,
looked transparent us a "loiie oi :1tFII, hhurlluiIuwhich i nu.n'xir' nf slaves mi iit 11"I l vemploved I lie I accompiiied me over t lie ,
tnotioiiK racelul. snimniinj; :, like the shone btil-! lafie : ; in the Litter; ; ; for, as he came up to the spot. I III.I 1all ihlp. The prospec ice contmnance -
the innocence: of his client in ) at ann'nlwages; sufficiently uliovv me the former. As soon as I and! lii- man searched .
waiiuiv of a bird" wing in the sunny > Oiegon' way to I "\ \ I want that man ; ftbe in-tim'ion slavery; in the Southern
;t'u : Haut as a sun beam ; and the jurors nod Jed to freedom. I II Iihink that be xvas dong:: a
s1ibi .tbe..ial-a I l lii r je I to ("Pirchase t their cnferi-dllie door I saw and he pointed to the two be had knocked States i is dependent on the settlement of ihequestion.
in tii Mlph'bjir
air figure, ;
thril.i .
; : each oilier ofthoioiigh comicticii ; that therefore that the is se.tlled i so I far'!! business: I live Calho-m: and Wi; hall
aud more than) all, in thev. J I I I point i ,thriving d'1If.. Once uilm't t that the free soil fanatics
seraph'is
a ; i hug whisper, and fixed t concentration ; andthe and! that slave labor under! together'! awl l fiamen's : :!. '
Kronceined ; j : '
ladling Miiitc o1 the ro3' lip' flia arched, *->. as Oregon ; illttlll; ivrre way What fir ? asked the captain.[ buve u riir.t; tn exclude slavery! from the

nM'cntt, m like ,tar.light, and jet post>e .in: \, Idii iuge, simple as a child', had convinced if it had been left free to seek profitable! empluyitient | of marble! wrrtHl.;'ing about so thickly "What for ? Why, for( stealing. Thai territories we care not by what means-atiJ

the juiwer uitiuic tJf .iftnignethui to hull! all. would lesulily! finJ its vvay to'that ; that 1 expected even moment some of them blackguard! on my ri:bt stole my p'iss, cui in tWeatV.ILVC ) ears or less, they 'vi!! have Iho
lie then changed his so as; to
the behnider's, ; hemt. I posture sweep; Teniinry.As, would' put my e>es out.While tainin' five hundred, dollars all in eagles requisite: strength to abolish! it in tIle States: bya

.s thi uiif.uluiiate ; rI. to tastefully diet \tile' bar with his gUnce ; and began to Fallow tear to Olifartiia, I at: eijually clear. Californ in I'lorence I formed an acq-Jim- which I've been a year !lav in' up to go to Kaliforny ;: !- change tithe Constitution-A>D THEY WILl.I
I His I
; and rend his adversaiics.
legal who hid
artist 1 :
od, so incoinparable: nil to ,pen ouai cbami*, !' KU a will always; be a mining COJulr:1111 tancc xvilb venerable! English ; an.l! tint thief on my left stole! my ifxvi ) IT \ben they will nut now respect the

calm and fiailm?, t..olltr\ place! before the l lice glowed 1 as a coals heated! and furnace his voice, es became re. wages:; will range; high. A' present slave; la- passed lliirty jeats I in I Italy.u I spoke t lo him ik i pocket handkerchief gin me by Potty just iuuanties of t the I Constitution, what 1 reaso
hemldtfd!
!
bar admiration ruse, living ; bur in Caiifinma would be more' pioiitablethiii ; about Powei's, and by way of acei taming I I I iefi home." have believe will do iben ?
of1it'rjuJdf', a murmur bei a'ore % we to they so -
have
the! ciangoi' of a t trumpet. I n-ver, h J I Iobserved i
of this t.1i..tiu'l i sc'i'p'or! .
i Iluu.c. 1"'IIUI
in Ort'lIti.11I1) fallen
had
the iu'cr- al\\nys Lis opinion the fellow who under and
multitude uhicii!
from the this time them them
prnnipt orfcince listened such iiiUKJeiotia doiiunciationo. By i Wish:! might rnae.c right, give
I to
lore PIIWf'lI I believe I
order iilence i the opinion, !that wheiever th"re is a mining by way of a feeler, had rniOtt'lln eel .
J"lbiuun of the court, by a stern ol Ie the plate: : up..oure the and slavery would be abolished: to.
] JoxeV char
: It was: lik* ea: : first American, power I
: from M\elliii country ; if not in a climnte mcongenial to is consideri-d one of the liar ir !!' he shouted, in a passion .
I ill:: allork crows. was slave lalmr, I that I species! of labor would! IHprotitaLII. I iu Terence." "The first of the Americaii his hand in bis bosom. .
to a deu{>till*; cheer. 16eJ' thumlei.bolts sculptors at the same thrusting &tein reality 1 -ami it is now huigk lime that
turned the Htn. bulling lib red-hot amongthe Th'it it would! I be in the California sculptors in Florence, exclaimed determined
The Judge to piisoner ; I of inferior such of the Southern FKUIT.E arc.
Miner the hats been inlomied thut quaking lank of conspiracy mines is evident. ."t good i able I bodied the old gentleman, drawing himself up find thte son of a !" retorted ahotJJ iu.unmistakable
tna t court I I in the, of hi.s "You're a t you gun to iiuintain their rights, speak out .
And t hightempest
jour counsel, Cu!. Union, is sick ; have': JOII gods jet slave, would! inve comnrindfd! : in California looking at me with marked surprise. Why" the I 11 1,oosier, In a r.-i:e. '' :arch t Kirn, language The press, as we.' 4
he
I fury he seemed calm ; employed nogeiturc during I the from eight to ten hundred he ahead! of all t the sculptors! in Italy. find! the on him
employed] any other ? eli pist year goes( ciptin! and if vou don't pus have before shown, is not a true exponent of
<> the flash of a long( : l" ie-finger he is [
save on continued genius
ishe answfred, i in a voice as tweet as the, I 1 He their du:l.u I s per a ii ii uun. When it i is it-collected "ThallllI'a'II.I I why chop[ me into sassages, and eat me for I he sentim-nN! of I he people on this quest!ion .
of bib i foes. t
in the painted :
reel confined! to Italy! nor to
vailling of the nightingale, and as clear as, I eyes that one hundred! dollars per annum, upon an imiversil ; it is neither t that's all." We have daily! evidences flf this fact. It i is ;

abe song oftlJe sky..lark4' i venality and unmanly dawn m"allll'foS, iu and coalescing liiend-, averse, i U considered! a good compeiioiiionfor I j Europe-hul! II'i) be found in the new xvorld nipper'. We must search you, sir," said the captainto controlled to :i large e.xtetil by lbo"o who, in

.My cnemie hav bribed all the !lawen far money, to hunt a poor their labor in tLe Southern States it is as well as in the old." I the man accu the liMijruage of Mr. Toombs, are among us,

J IIC tide but Clod will less woman! till a shout of stifl'-d ite; :rose idle, in mv.' judgment, to contend t that slaves be searched," ans\\'rl'llbe, fellow !. well those whose necks
lo won't
-even tny otrn- ; of the .1 1 but not ot t u> a> as by t ta
from the, multitu'le and jury l'rC'ifrt'rr.OnC
I even tome would not l Ie ca t ned to the California nraikct: Tilt Tdcgraph a Life -"lll'rnan." ,. '
e.fciu] the innocent !t" I which laujihtily. I'm a have been so I' n, ornamented is il h party

.\t.. ihii. 1,. nJJue. so tnurliinz in its Minnie, ciiwl "Jsliam11"He i If p rot ccted I by 11\. Year's day 1S30, a rata>?mplie .I That remains to l b<> een," S iid the Sold[). colhrs as tu leave them iucnpable of uttering
,
-n.- : m changed" the, theme once more. I His 1 j xvas vented ..
contemplate
p ; ;;; i ; The which white lal it i is fearful to i '
auditors buzzed rratesl impedini'Mit
i iis : calml '. "S-'arched )011lIJt' lilac thatthe
pathos, a j put1ion ap.jilauie I single independent tlintigiu. It i>
voice moutntiil; funt'raOll! atrl his collifcM- per. ) I
A
as a :
"
!grew of the Telegraph.
hot l his in the mine, U i t lie intensity the aid I examined, and
to encounter by
and the! rest \\ept.Ou he traced \ivid The rmn was accordingly people! shoiiM! sneak out and show that they

the instHtit, however the stranger, eyes filled with tears, as and wornan'h a i! of the beat aii'l' the! prevalence of bil.liou !. bail! occurred to an empty Irani at Jravesend: ; (Iholllh'cr:, pocket was looked, into, no money esteem ronti'rij above party-as they most un.jIiestinntt.y -
of man's cinelties the
Mhot-c appearance had previously excited *>uch picture mVease. The one is almost iusuflbrable: !( aid the driver, having leaped, iota I engine, answering ihe description of the hoosier ( : Iii, and we have no doubt will
the
illustrations
tnerritnent shaded) to his feet, approached the !I \\'nJl'ih hilt client: I till[peculiar! one-half of t the audience in rase'f I while) the oilier is PebtiCu11! ial. Against both the Litter started i along at f 11spt'f't.1 for I Lon TelParaph vas found; and they were about giving it up. dt'trly! "mml'-t rat l' to ,the world.

and whi"'Jlt'l'edoom 'lliiu i i in her car. I I wept of I ilu-M! the negro is almost pio,!. Now, dllliotil" was immediately! given by Ivwik in his boots !I" exclaimed the loser
jirisouer, like chi Idren. Uut it in t the : ion and .4/1 lljicdlfnl .itlbsiitlleAII oIJ dc
was Rations rgy.
Iierlllt1 other[ !
an.l
h'he bounded six inches from the Hour nUeied i while white t labor is so !hii'b, it is e.vident that: to London( ( ; I lie's 1 some kin to John .\/1.1
tint he reached the zenith at of tenor and of the jitirse. in the habit, as soon as he into
: once, line : c'ear, an engine man xvas got .
I Lire white laborer at title the was: kept he dies.
a
shuck and then Mood trembling asif no one can a except \ afore
a piercing und sublimity.! 1 His 1 !features were lived as prepared! as a buttress mire, 'lId'illlll I bung yet the pulpit: of pi.icing bis sermon in a creviceimuider :
of hoM t from 14u'l! .nity rate that would. consume his piofit. Not so other arrungnm'Mits weic pulled off ainl sure
; iu the a ; left b' ot was
: : The
presence I those of a corpse; his very hair appealed to thc The superin- t the cubion, where bereft it during t the
vVile the Ilf'ill1'0' had caused her wilh uiero, labor.: Tint: species of labor lo receive runaway. the mono, exactly answering
singular there
stand on end ; his nerves shuok as with the railroad also Marled down the enough, was sinking of the accustomed pam! One Sunday -
unaccountable! : emotion addresm-d the court in might be obtained fir hull I the amount which tendantofthe continuing the gyilt ofthe
be tossed his band* towards the description, be the sermon book too t fur into-
widely the pushed
paUey' : and in passing runa.way -
the sound 0' would! have to for white labor. The line on an engine ; '
1
iiie, voice ub pay
sonorous )
fcharp ringiug stretched and gentleman and lu.st it. \\'hf'th tI,
heaven, each! finger apart cjiiiv.rriiijl his engine and bad the crevice, palm was
lesult will be II piofit alike to the hirer and he reversed other fellow the handkerchiefwas '
bcll-tnetal
of like the Him: ** of a candle, as he closed I to upline, illrans'I'I Upon the concluded, he called the clerk to brin him aUible. .
honor I will! seller of slave labor. There is no dc.uU! in ferret] at the next crowing th' Hoosier' name
Jlay it please your assume wilh the last words of the deceased I Hiram I .. ,._" ,J I also found, having The clerk, soiyewhat astonished at ". I
the !" judgm'Mit, t that almost number of be iu the rear of the fugitive ; ie menin :allt"U it and the two rascalswere.
the, task defending lady my any written ,
"Tell mother that 1 dead and legibly upon ual brought him l ibu! as \ :
Shot : my am overtaking ihe other, he ran ibis imu> request a >
hired in Ctlifi"tlia'n chase and on landed
What exclaimed the nttonithod judge, slaves might be out ; with permission of ihe Indianian,
10 IIdl1I! I His emphasis on the word of ihe he desired.! The clerginan ojjened it,
the driver engine was
Mare a licensed attomey !" gone the whites willing to allow, at from, eight to Ito: it at a speed and the shore at once. The Hoosier was
you the and ideal of horror thou thus addressed his : My
hell, embodied) acme ; of the and all dangerivaaI : and congregation I
The queKlion is irrelevant and immaterial ten .haintclg ed dollars] a j ear. This pay so look possession fugitive II- ashore, declaring: that
also :
wail of immeasurable tJc 11t4ir. No for putli.g biethren I have lo.t sermon but I will
.
it was a Twelve! stations were pnss. my ; J
in end
command
," lephed t the strunger, with a venomous much above what: their services : an be bad engaged him in conversation on purIPJSB "
language c.ii) depict the efT-ct on us who beird i Wolwich at fifteen read you a chapter in Job worth teri of it. .
fcneer ** as the recent statute entitles any 11cr.ofl the States, as 10 S ilisfy any one, that could I ed in safety.: .It passed to call his attention, so that the scoundrels
it. Men groaned, females screamed and one in California hour it was within a co'iple' of uiiiIeofLoudon the noirhdgiag the rlll'l-Th lId prov. l
to act as counsel at the tequcst of ap4rly. this species of service In protected miles an ; could rob him. But as wag was

." p'tor mother, fainted, and was borne away inconvulsions. it would rush to the Pacific in almost when arrested. Had its approach well!! known to many on board, he was .let off ,, erh that m.IIIY a true word! i is spoken in j jest," r

the mlne'a I\J of the t forcibly illustrated a few Sundays; since. : .
unknown mere was
satisfaction
it been it some
4 Hut docs the prisoner request inquired any quantity. the Hoosier swearing was
the judge. The whole speech occupied but an hour. Let us turn our attention tu Utah and New damage it xvould have caused might have c. to know that be had spoiled his best milled A Free Church minister in Glasgow, gave out l la

.. Let her speak fur herself" said the strati. The jury tendered verdict flf" Nut Guilty !. Mexico I have no doubt! from what know quailed the coat t of ihe whole line of telegraph. shirt xvilh the contents of his plate. II- the morning lesson, the 4th section of 19th r

," without leaving the box ; and throe cheerf, ledge 1 have of those conn!lien, that 't they will fragrance has since attempted: poke fun at an Psalm ; .and xvhile the congregation were '
ger. as
natural in woman: never
Love i is 4 4Dr
: *' I do," was her answer as a long drawn! like successive roars of an earthquake' fchook turn out to pe filled with the richest mines. T:: in as You lock a girl np in : Indiitnian; and doubtless\ the two thieves are looking out the portion", in their Bibles, the

sigh escaped, that fceemed to rend her very the old court house from the dome, (to the cur.uler4one I clip the following from a repent paper, containing a rose. confine may her in a cell- also careful bow they succeed in Rousing a took put his sniff; bpx, and seizing a basty ', ;

f heart strings.1'he testifying the joy of the people. the news from Texn and Chihimua} : a convent-you may her religion, or Hoosier. pinch with tincr and thumb, regaled his nose : .

. cake immediately progressed ;- and as. After (the adjournment, which occurred near Mr. James was informed, by Major! Neigh- you' may cause her to change these things are possible with the snufH He then} began the lesson ;
, her ..
it bad a tinge romantic mktery, we willepitomise I sunset, the triumphant advocate arose and 1,0 irs and )tr. Lee Vining, (hat tly'y had forswear but parents hope to make the sex forego Ma that nice young man Mr. Saufttmg, I My soul cleaveIh unto the dust I"! The lit. {

:.' the substance of the evidence. gave out an appointment ; I will preach inthis been! shown }by Major I Stein: some gold! washed never their reverencefor Mind ter that ran round the church and the confus .

. About twelve months' before, the defendant( bou e tonight, :at S o'clock." lie then out by his Hoops, on the Gilt liver, in a their heart worship such or give np will :as is very fond of kissing. your seam ion of the poor priest. showed that both thus '

. lad arrived in the tillage, and opened an es.. glided ofFthrougb the crowd, speaking to no short t exclusion that sticam. bootless calsimers-fcr the Greek Slave a hope, and hollow prove as Julia ; who! told you such nonsense ?1" :Mi, con rf'1'ion and he fell the Psalmist',

tiUiihment as mililler). Residing in a row, one, though many attempted to draw him into hit is reported, that, at the copper mimicsaluve FabOU,as I had it from his own lips," inch. *. : I II
I IC
connected tviib her shop, and all :aloue kJl' coijvci eat t jolt Kl l r"v>, there ate about lOU lon of ,. \ .


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For the noriJi & Journal bracing widely different, g'r! ( ]lication to machinery, in inainif-ictures, or inniisporlation I 3. ThullL-'V inquire and report[ the amoui Iof : } Jfloribiau & SournaL arc not prrpired to sy: but the proposed mod.

portant, matters which I i on water and on JanJ-soJhiough t f funds' req-iisite In be raised to build! up :and ificniolll.: )( with a recognition ofijoijillf
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Li ce. :36? 30. t the whole circle of change and im- I finish such part like Road as may be incumbenl R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE South of :35 in California, ] Lr,
11.1\1. nn.
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believe a '
mind
It fs hard to bring the tn 1850. individuals on i Tallahasse! lo undertake. territorial
Madison, Florid*. MV l""i p rnverie may. generally must.
IIj I EDITORS: A.\D PROPRIETORS. Government for, New :Mexeo;
truly Southern man, with the ordinary resentmentfc ti! stifle but if and 4. That also it > with tb
any (e re rs. masses communities: I they n'porl"llI'lhl'r t wo i < S1 eI
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common lo us as people!., who ha- For the Floridian & Journal. are the gainers: the change is irresi&tiLle.Theie I bft most expedient that Mibscri )itiois! lie mvleby h I rights secured to 1 ihe South. wouU! Le

es mined thi! question' in all its bearings, can : Tallahassee and the Plank Road will be struggles t and contests, until t the city Tallahassee in itacorp.irate' character Saturday, July 27, 1850. e ced in by the Southern States. aCCi'li.

.be brought to its support. Truly it reduces us tile merits and advantages of every innovation I and t lhn amount of said subscription: andthe -h,_,-___-_ -. -' ,_-,--- -_'-__,_-_-,__-,___ __,____ f.
to a pitiable condition% ; u condition which! if The sPirit which prailed at the Plank ale proven. It was said in my hearing the I mode of raising t the finds.] DE3IOCRAT1C NOMINATION. Hard to Satisfy.
Road i in New Port the 15th I ill t. ,
submitted lo, entitles ns to the taunls and re. Meeting on I ., other day, in proof of lliis, that Ilic raiUroari I 5. That said- Committee, invite the' cooperation The Florida: Whig grievotraly! eomphinej
Lave far to convince the most "kep.liclc (
must
proachei which have been heaped upon us by gone l interest must make war upon I tie proposed i of llie citizen: of Newport, to unite in rotc CONGRESS : tint Major Beard was a fla-mnn man i in
that road will be undertaken ISJo
the North. We hn"e heen denounced 8 idle' a immediately, Plunk Road, because theme was a large summit t I I the I'n t''lt.tIclll'IIII'.I by connecting, their! road That charge 'being naiell! to the tbj
,
from that Thomas in Geogia. ccccter
and who, after in t place In with the from Tulluhavee.G. \r 1\.T. JOHN REA.ED. ,
braggut. men gasconading slake, and wealth sufficient to bark it, which\ I one proposed Sfndnel i is !
half the lo make eq'ia'ly displeased that
Nearly : amount required lie
tr" etyle, would submit to almost could! put! do 'II fieights so low as to starve out t t That t lie sime Committee inq-iirc also houi!
== -=
Plank Road the shortest and! -= have been
any insult, and could nt be kicked out of the It on cheapest t thft plank-roaders until their road went lo de as s to the expediency" in co-cipeiaiiou will; the I t I : a Van Duren m In during: the hard
subsciibeJ that CJT: We must 1 ask! lit! of ,
Union &c., &c. And 'to test lha truth mute to the Georgia line, was cay I suppose our Meichanls are not soweak J people Gadsdeii.: ". of c'o.t.lflisillll) I!) all improved: indulgence our cider campaign. Well, gentleman, 'roare

of these assertions, the Foctc U i applied and afternoon, and many of the large s.ibscrib-rs. of nerve as lobe seriously frighten 'iby communication; by means( of a Plank Road; correspondents 1 for the unavoidable! exclusion I! really hard to picas;* ; and with

.the kicks begin to come thict and heavy. agreed t to iiicieasc or double their subscriptions a lineal! of low freights. Only' think .I! botween I lh! III\\'n'ufQ'lillcIt'ld) l Taittha""t'p.! o several coninvini<-ations. I t do 5 i' V7e far I iLatve' csu't every reasonto "

Will we stand it 1 Some, seems, are so inclined if necct!aiy. iheir ofij '0 'iihe ii' 1 following b I"Wt ) gratify: %0,4 ;
gelling; ) tp: gooJs at a freight or ; (peivo is were appoiute.l ) !!! both .
this : I at the
I There was a distinct' pledge ieceivcd at ozr commend the perusal of" Frank- < same tine.
and seem to relish it well. Let such cents u hundred instead lIf2Sure I :m I 'luini'an i njion said Comuiistee: : Thov.Randall. .
enjoy llie innocent recreation. I will only. r niecliii" fiom ciii 1 eus ol Thomas, County thai t a freight of, 20 or 2: ('t'nt.hal.J cUi& : Thomas: P.-ilt.vll!, I D. !B.! li ii" 10 those interested in the prosperity of I Dut what particularly! hurts the S ni.1.rl ii

prepare them for the condition which! ali j (any four or five of whom :u'e,tlh, to redeem cotton will never scare the pllIIler-lio-lor I! \1. A. Long I D. C. Wilson, Joseph li"uitniss.'I. : : el'. I that Major: But rd should hare troie for Van
il.) that they will continue I the road from i lie .
mrn will be reduced who fear or fail to ptoiect I injure i him either. .4. Shine, Jas. T. Archer, and James )i'. i r*iitti. Well! knowing: from Van;
Slate line lo Tliomasvilie., Plank Road Committee. Buren'i
their rights from thc grasp of violence. But I Hit. the croakers, ihe Plank Road will Williams.Arid .
I \ delegation, atfemJtd! the. fromMLany ; say ,rcrc : to that published! letter to that be w '
meeting requested announce the I mistake the temper of tlifl poople Florida: rot I in four or live years.Vthl, suppose it toe,? then t the meeting adjourned! to meet the
l If they submit to degradation such a i is Lerecontemplated. to show the deep interest felt! i there in I What: i is TaiahaC!; ee to do while it las.f! f he a ltill i at such day a I tie Committee shall! Committee appointed at the Public! Meeting I opii.ioa that Congress has the power to ai:)l.ilh l.

Cut it i U replied, lL.it this Adjustmenl t he propo'IIl1h i1 tI.Il A'hany' is at pres. does not place herself on its line of rotiu? If t j)()iilt. ap.'i:n Thursday lat f, will! a!'emble! on Monday i i slavery in the Di-frict; of C. !umfjla.-

contemplates: no violence, but on the I fOnt about to build a Plank Road to Oglelhorpe, I i il t passes on one side, and exert the dwstrous I). P. IIOGUi!: CJ: rmalz. next at 10 A. M. r.t the Counting l Room of J. Well}, neighbor, wevu!i do vthit r : we can
ta
which will
with Macon
t her in connexion : ,
contrary secures to us all for which we have aright put I I I influence j her trade that I Late S. 'Town Heerdary.
on
supposed : Williams : ease our pain, by assuring that
I tnd its various rail.roHls-UHI: : : she is almost, Eq. you : !ihoub
contend. This matter of -- ---- --- -
:
to being : opin. even 1 for five ears, it AClllcr her fate forever.as / .
anxious for outlet the ( lltr'ht'll, ) Public Van admitted that 8% to the abstraction
is an to Jleetinj. order the Chairman
ion, and clearly susceptible! refutation, let I our hading: nrirt. Fur Piank Iliads: will liy of qt'; us (1mint it for a moment. c I t;Lesu two woiks, fruml \\' Port and Albany: ,: I not rot fatter than !ate-rail.roadsaml; rely At ft public meeting cit' citizens: of Leon l Congress p *scsrd tLe power, Le at
ar dune, there will rt'mail, his than filiymiles. |' County held in of notice: in the: Mr. Cab ll. t iLe time
In the first 1 place, it is contended( by Mr. I on it, means will he 1 found to incrave their I pursuance same stated in viords as stron as
Clay, whose opinion carries with it great I (from: I'horntsviIle to Albiny.) and that I duinbility, or keep them in order, if they in 1 Representative I Hull I I of t the Capitol, on Weclne.sjjy It Las been for the last several weeks, l the language can furnish-: his determined

weight with) the American people, lLat the 1 through' the iot favorable country in lh' other rC (1'cts meet public expectation. tin! ITlh in.-lant, to provide soms suitable noised aho'-.l the streets of our goodly! city by I j position to the f It'rdtof that Op.
world for Plank' Road direct power, .
to
Mexican J laws in force I a open a expression oftlie public griet'at the death assert
over our I would then lo the citizens of Tallahassee Mr. ColLeWstnnc
oriial ; say Ii Iit !! supporters, that he was I j jI that it would! be
still in 1 I convnunication from the Gulf lo the Atlantic,p of t the late Chief Magistrate the United ing a breach of faith towardsMaryland
newly acquired tenitori(8 arc Jerbere if it be afiieIrict I that a I'iank Road j
l liy rail and plank roads; not only of incalculable States and i of I in I favor of the Clay Compromisc Bill.V and!
.and that slavery cannot cxUt there without I : will be built from t.Port to Thomasville, some appropriate; expression respcrt Virginia to outrageous that th,
an express legislative! net authorizing! it ; I l importance") to the c.Junlt.Irt"t'r. I 1'11 I by must not, dare not stand) aloof. You must to l.js. metii'iiy, His Excellency: (Governor have been led to plac-J! sure faith in these act would! Le scarcely less monstrous than
you
a
and he further asserts that a vast m-ijority. not I them, but afloidmg] a I thoroughfare for distanttravel I unite in the woik, and, by a liberal subscrii I m THOMAS RUCAVX was; called to the Chair, cwtifi'lent a3itions, and have perhaps dones'nneiLing violation: of the Constitution ; and thnt .
of the but of the 'A( the t that will compare favorably with anyother the/ : and JAm: E. HHOOMK! npPliintt.rJrcrelary.( : cor.sp.quently :
juries
only people, : tion of stock.ace your city on '(llfc. The to give currency to this impression Le
with him, i in this i i and in point of safety, comfort! and expedilion. On In tion of Dr. C.: \V. Call a Committee; would! veto any till! in which ;ihe
country concur opinion; committee for Leon ate authorized to receive I It nriv: then-fore\ the! I II' I
only
that )for hit fitm conviction (.1! this fact, Le for particular route suchsubscription' I on resolution* was appointed! as follows! : Dr. ; part justice toMr. I power nrght be attempted to Le exercijpd.We ._

could never Lave brought his mind to the support Tlii miy snve for a g'atice at tIle nu pie subscriptions! of co-use any! not to be called for; unless I Call!, Major; Ward, Jujge J It.tnda.iVmu.! II.: I' C. to say that intelligence: by theist I will t farther minister; to your sufF-vingi by

of this ,Adjustment. Thit, tin I, is one 0 ccs and the incentives to this undertaking, ] -- : such route! be ;adopted.II I iJ'jrroughs' D. P. 1 Ilogu, J. 'epli! Clisby, I ftIivward t l- mail fiom Washington gives us the as.i i i'iranco informing that in 154S, :Mr. Ca', I (df't
I
the links: in this deceptive chain will which I I I It t wotild! be a pleasant task to dwell upon both is much belter that the planters above i : and Ju-Jge Hakzvll, who reported i s tint he. is opposed J to the Hill of Sr make a face, the! physic will
and to show that it springs not! fiom narrow i t het tiillowing; ; : wry di-yo'i g-ioj.)
the South is iu\lied to bind herself is relied I Tall..da"sl.1than I "
render unless
sho-iltl through it shall receive;
i' your city pass important: t rated for )1 '
contracted ,views I build or pull When Lave been in r. Fi'Irnore. who i i. n >w Prpslocur
) on' by the to the contenMo up men () conspicuous f ,
of it. Tht'roul.1
ultisla\.tr'luil) tlcludl s/Wc lather I II IIf
South from all our exiting teritnr 's. flut|t down fotIJIl111ucai interests and will not be dvI'ated ". I h.;ave: Iwo on one maikels on l their! route luau one.YfJU .- I. t the line of viiJue and' u.svtiiltic.ss; : who in tlieir I i"amendments.: If this be true, then we are well knowing from (FiHwore's: ) ptiblisheiii } !::
t by' such! infl'ience Hut, as I am day and Lave taken iucon willing to admit th .1 t.1Mr.. Cabell ihU I[
lest this opinion should, be oven tiled, and byK any w ill Lave, I the same chance: to look al and generation no ide-1{ on i: 1 11 lrepresents letter to (the Efte Anfi-SHvery Societv) Ib'1t
unforeseen South be firmly of; pinion; that a Plank Roid from II able! part on the great theatre of human :-1 I j question the wishes of both i .
>me contingency
thl : buy lh"ir produce delivered! at New Port, as I parlies'; he was (n >t on'v.of opinhn that Conrihas
New Port lo TlioniHsville will certainly! bebuilf t lion, removed I death fiom the of;
nIJ1e to work its into these ICI ritol i its, art by : scenes j in Florida."
yet way if it lobe unloaded! : at rail road I
is proposed to this opinion into and that Tailins! >ce and, its vicinage; weie you {'I t heir labor, it is fit; ;and proper that their >.er r" I I t j I \ the power fo ab' "!Uh sltvery in the Dn.

Adjustment i Hill incorporate, and thus secure it Lejond I must lie deeply allec-ted by it, I piefer, t for Depot. with And] your freights: Merchants l! :adder! to CtD or sell deducted their\1 }I i i igoods vices h.tllrll/c Mil i.i the grateful remembrance A frifiiJ Washington writes, It i is my ;i; t trict of CQ mia." but ires ill fanr of t the
I
all cavil and contingency by special 1 legislative! the present. to con'iJ'r i their local) interest i t*, I from ,the price up, J'J'I as the ;planter piefers Ii"I ;j hI } of the Ii\'ing-wd that: a L?tomigrcsp"ct : I j1 trust that the WLig party ia Florida will Wit 1 'i j immediate exercise of that j oyrr.Ve hrpg

fnutnwnt."d: how i is it propo'.i! to pntc- and of the, plliclIlt') indicat- tho best tobrf I I receive iheni, Lere; or in New Port. The ;:j :and venerationLonM! IK* manifested: !I 'make au i.-s'ie on t lh-; h'l'fq'JP tion. 1 It i..!.! you feel letter now.
tice this 1 We shall! pursued. The couie to be a.lnI'-I! : by I I for the memory: of tho-e whose' lives have thus: I\\"utlll' lamentable! whf'ne I
>
deception on us s e.- have
thu- | I
so
iiiuiiitu.le: of wagons parsing' ibrougli, and' .' I pow rThe|.t people! of 1'lorid-i! will! need no Fwtfer
Tallahassee! : must be decided! within the. \ rendered them In
illustrious. ul!! of
Tbs Senator, with liew ou ( :; the ,
to
a : ages t erfol l
great J\'ntucy often I letuining without i: up-loais' for theii l : ; j an ('IH'mihcjt: to exlnu ourselves! !
enforce and certain i the inteipretationif next six weeks, or before the lJjl/lIl'llt"tI meeting I [ j wyrlil the lives and chararrt'-r of th I .s great: and' t tj j evidence of the Ii'peTesaes; uf the Whij d f.
alwa tint .Tullubas "
will
in New Pot t tlc second in I owners, } & give I. i have been held:. those! [ ,,5:1: dumestic strife. TM which we respond; I firts to ,.;ai jf! '
(, h;* views, litings forward the following! resolution on ( Tuesday MiTcLuit 1 increased l facilities for j j good up to uL/ live I aU! a aic> '*fuiiy the Democratic can-

among:others : September, and t therefore calls for iin'n'*dhip I,I Lis g-wls with greater dc'sj.atcli ge.ting if not up at'J tI j j I j ter them to in"piie them wiili the noblest! -en-; i\j I\aincn.: itiotl lie:1 riv.: The one wi'h of our i
"Rcsolrrd, That ne slavery does notby existl discussion; in order to an early and wise de. I I I I cLeaper ratc (t limcnt, and to incite them to a course ofir. j I i hearts is to see the South: united. Compared ; I leily ntradiclory n.Cure of ihe charges whil'hliwJ

l law, and is not likely lo be introduced into cision.11ie. I ttji'iij e lt1.uct.'! So ]Ie! it I be with Li* cii.trackrI with I fciich I u.iiou ofeniir.ient :
!
1'.lhlns.see Las decidd ourselves I i
: advantages i among i1 Tlss
I very j are ml. first
U of the teuitoiies! by the Unitei; firft thing to be remembered) i is, that a I and his liJo: whoe death! the nation i ia JIllI I I ; ; grandof-tecnotii is
fly for : i the conimerci, LI! I u"i w** count all (
to larg-st t
continuing; e : the
actiil.d party triumphs; as \'f'rts. founded t.t'E!
States from the il i is inexpedient ,I Plank Road will be I popular among the 1ila iii t. .I called on i to m-vjrn. I -1 I am a si.ttftnfnt.: Tae *coud,

for Congiess! l1c provide,! by law elhert ; I ers, beraii'C it ofFers an ea I"y and expedition I r.Miket in Le:Mi'l'ile 1 eaiil\i FioiMa loiu-ited l or but cujnteracted I ibese ah alltil.I b j I j t 'I'a.I' 'n away in i the I very mU.-t t of Liduties J I j settee o: uciuiiigiSL-s:. ?. Ii wotild! therefore be : hich i is directly! in the teth of tI.- first, if
"I.is mav
t for its introduction into or exclusion any way of irarcll'iigand carrying freight to nnrj j| 1:9 want of. :and. public "pir'rt her,\ ;! while occtifiv; ill;; ,the high! place of f l pride, and; m liter (.t f un-peakabe! gratification! to see, notonly true, shows that! \1 jor ll--anl in Ii'J\ was I ha

jmrt of said Icnitory, anJ that approiu late territorial :- ket, on which they are !their own carriers, I j t own citizens energy, while those illlt l ,>s favored among pla-j )I power to which tinoice} of a g ;sieroH, and'1 1I II Mr. Cube!!, but the whole Whig party,
governments ought, to be establishedby l lining their, own waggons ami teams, and i| free p" npl, Lad(! raided! him; at a tiine too, ofciitiV.,1 with i
I of
Occupying
ces arc IIIvre'igil.LUt and alt'rt.'i the seat; I{ us, a position humility I: tiirw were positively commemlibl
pk'Msim* carriages. Earl nrile i in naii.ua! I when
Congress in all of said territory not assignedastlio ; engagin e'niTgftiry our ntftirs,
Loum1.11 it's of the proposed State of California I. I iir king a crop, can, in one trcck haul. lo( marj I'I of government with, requiring at ul! tines tLc State con.tnlillh'rcuul I|! it 5 iccu'ian .v appropriate that the whole! I"o. every &ci"n! >; of adjustment; which like that:; compared with thov .it( Lira whom Mr.: C*.
the
without the adoption ol'nov restrictionor j Let ut thirty miles ilis-tanc all the cotton il I c i est of : J.Jj } I p'e should l-iment" their! l ICI*s and testify tht sir now pending robs the South: oIlier rights.: bell! sustained in I1; 15.:1:1 Bur..o'a op.(
ofiis otlicers sesiions f ihe i
maans : puiilii: "
condition the j aided in raiding for the ear (11I\ } HI) I j : I'ief".r uch! fmui!.' latina. be dccalNIuil..he -- ----- 1 !
on subject of slavery. I I goOf j L-glilutuse; and the S.ipreme: Coin, all w ." i ; & a? may poked to, 1tImlret'as ia fivor utl: the aooli-
Plank: Road, without injury' to tie! animal nrlie : to cvei.-t of .nct! The Cabinet.
Here, then \'Cllano a beautiful specimen an : -olemnitythreforc. I lion of
in ihe
I secure the disbuisement' of ni'Jch money hen; I slavery District. That is th*
since) I\', a r.oble boon held! out with which i in I wagon, or any outlay in money except I! I J-t9rcl. That the citizens of I Pieoiu'cnt; Fiilmore'a first official act, the;
the I'I pittance' of loll.! On the Northern Piank situated in ths heart of a most fertile! plant.ing t. I Le-n Co-iuty Lave rrc.i.pdth; oft : ; dfitfrence I bern ecu the \'o : that sLows :ha
tempi South. The resolution is so cautiously I far advance of ..illJtll I : [profilllllflslfrrow : appointment t'ktJinel'i1 win him fr w

voided that: the South i is not asked I,to I Roads{ the (tml"r'il! tiro horses hauls L5 1< I I places countiy near; it-,-i in: mercantile in c tIta; I, in ilex.tensive 'r. j I the intelligence: I! of the death! of Gen.; I 'gold-n! opinions" in the; S'Juhbalt: n'r'it: I]I difference !I.l"th" otieuce cotn.iiiitcJ; i hJ
l"rLarrl''i! of fl-mr at a load; Irdveiliug j jthree / \i-iiiuv: TAYLOU Pri'sideat of the United ; Mr>jor Beard and that .
unite ; !
: in ie.soi.ing; I lat slavery: shall not exil i do! c tpiurteil Lj Ir. Cao
; lire r"-'lic buildi :: in eewhere.Ve hhall! !
piouf stores, costly ly nothing ofji .
/ .
say .
there andranuof exist because.of \he an.I a La for (fb'ir milea an hour : whicllmme !. : : i JKJ-C (nttweco ISie tvro.
tht\.rc. \ tl : i ( tlu "Vr&j/iwT. I. 'veuser.: Ul :Ir. Hal! of New
i tat we IioM: !fre !h in York
<
recolertiou we
uut tney are : stied lo as a pre-exist. 1.I the weal n and: [I'II;; ; h urlnc citizess of i itvicitrige b. I cur I -------- --
lug fact-lo receive i it as a truth establishednnd \ 1 I It i is probable, that a route between, NewPort ; Talafns.ee! has indee-J a gi e.at I an I will preserve green in o-ir mniorythe j I know nolLing.I good I or I bad. Corwin'cvrtain-1: : j \Ve sincerely hope that-l'resident- -- Fibxrre,!

heiond, all cavil. Jlcso'cfd That attlaccry t and Thonrtsville, affording: the easiest t I start l, piovided she keeps (pre: with! the spirit I I !bright an.l glorious deeds which illustrated I ly miJti, have been left out. Surely the AmiSaery i. |I i will

dors not exist by lair, therefore it is inrrjwlicnt 1 grades, I the he!.t and moM abumlan', ,' materials: $ of improvement: and onward] progreis. And';, 'his life, mid immortalized!: his l aaJ(. prejudices of thy North :, prove as "cOnserVatte" as his! Southernto !
not 1
ought
for for it is a ciiticaltim-j I Itesolvrrl, That whiV I entertaining these ;i supporters predict. He certainly Las il in hit
Congress 'lo provide by law eillier, construction and nearest lo a direct line with those who are already I have I
for its introduction or exclusion, ami therefore will lie found some 8, 1 10, or 12 miles ratt (:If I deeply embarked in her welfare.: For, be r it I iVlitigs! in common with our 1 tMIow citizens; required the appointment of oie: so titLe'*. i iIly I i power lo do much to\\ard. a aettlt-meni: fihe
territorial Tallahassee remembered il.it) / I! of other States, we hold! that it is peculiarly'n' ] I' hateful to the! Siivh! and at the same: time !
governments should! be established i ; along, the, pine 1 levels connectedwith ? the conjlilu'iun ofthis( Sta i j difficulties between the North and South Lut
without! any restiiction !r Heautiful simplicity! p the St. larks River, and thence up the I provides} tint at the very nell session: of our I inelfnrut upon the citizens 1,1' TlorMa; -who|I; .!I! *o obnoxious, (I tor his Mexican speecheto) I the slightest wavering-; his ;
in the the first
First resolve by irresUtible implication that tilt valley of Black Creek to ihe su nmit !' "l'IIIC.tween Legislature the q-ieslion is open forarctnov.il! d-iy of alarm and J peril! received t the t'1- the patriotic sentiment of the whole count pirt-
y
Mexican laws in force lakes lit the of : i ficietit: aid ofhi3 protecting arm-not.to 1 be symptom! toward favoring the views of isis
teat ,
and lamonia
arc
as sa'fdocs: and lica"o'Jic.! ., I government and will M: remain I Ia} 'es of Missouri is a Wifmol Proviso
rot' exisl 1 there, then it is inexpedient to restiict &ic. This i will cut off fiorn, Tallahassee: and. for fixe year. t to Con)". It cannot Le supposed Ij'tcltward in tcitifthig. a d'-ep sciifc of :"ratiiti'Je man. I political! friends! ;in the Nonh-will! Le ,the s; .

it further. This constitutes, in the fullest t sense I the Rail Road not only all the produce( fast of I then thai rival I interest'* in other pert ioiis of I. towards tieirdeIRndor.! g'jug of that fraternity, : himself:, we shot:"d! ;; nal fir the South in Ih. e.xpre-sive Ijn2':Uof

of the word, ihe Proviso, and to that exteiit this routp. but it will iLl'rtct much from t the I I the tlt"il1: fail to agiiate: liiis q'.ier.ion, and I,. IP.'CSaliCI I That a comuittee: 1 ba appointedto I not complain! of the President's apppoinling i ;; Senator! D irnwell to set her Louse in "r.

would quid the most rabid Free SoiJer in tLe I res/side, also. Planter, wiil place! tL-'ir cot.ton t. put tot ward their claims. It is aore I thaiij arransv and conduct a funeral: ceremony at members of the )brotherhood to ollico-proideil i 1. i der not to die but "
this! to live. She ,
the i is .
'
Union.! Hut iLU is only tile second link in lliethain on the Plank PU:1d.: l whence :they can ; I whimpered that: can-\\ ) with which it the get in the and that t they I 1m charged) with ihe du'v of they ready lo ban.! togetherlo arm i iinted! L.filf .
i I ihe South! i i. invited with l her to seaboard bj l their own cheaper: conve i already field in other counties hope seto !belong.! Rut t to hunt -
own Land* to bind herself. Thcle'aij tiill I >ance, without detention, ri I lie I' I than: Laul, strengthen! their canvass l-y a pledge to advocate 1 lecting a suitable: p">r;on In deliver an eulogy! ; through the South f s-ht* cannot ?1m regard the eiVr-ttlon: .,i }.lr.or .

another open gap to be closed and then all to I lie rail-road: l-po!, even a distanc(, I I tLe removal I of i the seat of gfl\erumrlll.1 I( appropriate to I the o:ca.i.'Hi.Jirsolcetl one of lL5- class and place him in the Cabi-' Fill-! : ore wiih doiiht and JUtruif. Thai l.e

would be. safe. Under the to sonn extent I to incur risks! delays and I"11I11 rates' of tians.portution. I If i t :then Tallahassee: even po*'es-s in her !I : That as a fliriber}! testimony of net, I tin I ; > drawing I from t the I South" instruments| J I|I i is at Lrart a Free Soiler no one dnuhl.
popular doctrine of non-intervention It is evident hat I onwaid nnich! if : our rc*p'cl.'l' will wear the usual b.tdg":* lor her of this can
the I this w1I! operate progtf-ss inoic fchc.snfleis injury- we may well corrrdam.: ; J TieUItn ;
right of territories to regulate their own mat. most seriously against the interests of the '1'ii.. any) severe reverse in her present commercial? ) mourning for the ilcceased. II'I Ofthe; three other geitleui Messrs.% Pierce i } Evening; Journal the peciil
ters in tht'own lah ascendency Which were unanimously; : aditrd.) and tI! i[ organ .f tFrte\ Soil m"
way, it might bo that slave! j tht"! Hail Hoad. her friends will begin lo falter, { l; _; ,
jauor ,ono; ijp io'ma proniaiiie: in :lie mines,,1 1 but, if these results rir" correctly premised, I I and her opponents. to take fiesh I eouraife in i ilh lowing; :! : !1'lItrll''n! were appointed thf ro".1 i'':: Maryland. ), CrittenJen of Ky., and ( :Jraham' |j jof in tendering! i its snpport to the flew 1 I'resid-nr,

r.nd the hI. toljal ;iVgisiutures might: of I Ilu'il, : t the Merch l lilts of Tallahassee; mut t :mfi 'r in
own accord establish it as one of f their domes ficarce') a less degree, than the Hail R.ad is in your) power citizens of Tallahassee: j W.M Ir.Call'H"ul', Mr. G.: 1\. Walker: -Major Ilavward, I ken from th.v States!: Ifist of all the fourteen ;I|: II Th" prim-ipfes we clier'sh.! and ;te rin-

ticinstitutions. Here, then!, it became necessary Company it ilf. A I hrg c; pail i I of i their trade lo ;:identity yourselves with the, proposed woik, I On motion, .tlajor resolved! Uard. I Southern Sate: identified with the: predurnU1. i i; p-ithies that: jr >v vn us, are itientir-dl with: :sh!III: !,

to erect another guard and the following, will bo divested, and ultimately! ? IO!t. The and )ou will be cordially leceivi-d! if it is done, j j this, that the proceedings: of narit Stm'liern ?IHincnr.'t that i|I wli.h:! Mr.I FlfiiiKire has ever prof ed anti
lesolution! completes serif own-rs (,f real estate will with ami Port j jon meeting be p-ibli-hed! and t hat it do new i I presume !
bo promptness
: the next and) indeed lileralitJ.e\ t in the whole! Cabinet: t, there i is ; acU'd upon. He has only. [ftprttim., a.s'lVesi-
-tlltl If further enacted That the I legislativc the permanent fulU ier&. The Mer. the South! will be l gratified to open a ditect adjourn.'l'I I not one man j j dent to l.e faithful; : to hiiiuell! to the
ettre
power ot l the territory shall extend chants, who are chief] corniirinication, wiih; and willThomasille. I OK. DROWN, Chin'ii. who can be considered as a fitir exponent; t>f<
to all } tenants, will;:i soon quit t, 'you, so JAMKS E. I'XOOMK.! I isuprujit i of tho&i by whom hu has ever leea '
rightful subjects of legislation consistent with I and follow! the trade, but empty' houses atH on the Nom ib, Monicelu: ] on the ---: SreY.One Southern:! 1 feeling. The whole! region of coun- sustainec}

the ConMitution of the United States and with! I grassy streets must stay where"they arc.- Last: and Quine.y on the We t t. willoot: unite! ; Week--Later- --- --- fry in which! cotton rice atrl 'igar, the great I Ag-iln: the ,
the psovisions, of this !Lut It will he i in the, i From Europe. Thiladelpeia .xorlhmerican !
act law making
no shall be more disastrous' thal another )ou radiating centre (ifs all their slave cultivated I .
product:: has
passed interfering with ihe primary divpoMtion fit,c, for t Ihere will be no hope of I'rt.filill slimii-great Plank: Roads. Will you occupy thi" enviablepisition NK\V YOKK July: 19L.TLe ; are not one voice says : ;

(If the soil, nor in icspect Aftican slavery," late, no recuperative energy to revive the city ? of'arnspIof'rca! : arrix-cd at flalifas in the niecu'ive Council.! The indications Millard Fillirr-re i i.i"IIi.! of stern

&c., Arc.And from its ruins. 1 Lave scarcely said half that I rntendcd. on the 17lh inst., wiih seven days later are tint} the whig! ultras of the South! : as the and h jet! [principles: ; a decided friend t-'I ILeproll'clion "

allhnnh it would seem that t the most I Now let us turn for a moment to the coun. yet constrained losu.-pend' further remarks dates.I' abolitionists! term tlit-m! such as Ciingmtin: ofj; uf our JomeMic industry[ ; ,7fo/a- :

oxtieme prudence and caution hid! thtm fir try vest (Trtllahas.see, and look at ihe signsof at present. It i is my wL-L to resume' the subject I Her( accounts are from: Liverpool! to the (Otli t: X. C., Toombs! and Stephens and'] I'errien of I I Ipnimin'nglJuis'He fo the extcnsian i!f slavery!

been used to engraft the very essence of the the times in I hat direct mu. .\hmaachiicola! again, Lut know not that 1 hal! have the and Havre I to the ,lih inst.LiverfKitl ; and Morton into territory notr free, though tintr immflled!
Georgia, of
Proviso and mcb as would quiet the most fas. has, already moved in lhat: quarter, proposing I Ito pporlunity to do so. I have no personal or Cotton J1zr/(!.-COTTON Las advanced Florid., and {{illiar.i! by !sectional prejudices ; devoted to the! I'liion!;
lideous Free Soiler, other run a Plauk Road into interest be Alabama! can expect little:! t favor from the and! its welfare:; and
yet one guard must t the heart i t of Gads, pecuniary to affected by the success |4d. per poijtidon all I descriptions aboveinferior. its glory ; and approved

be thrown, around it : den County, nnd pet haps to Tallahassee! itself. I or defeat of the proposed road; ; or the se.lection ; The't'pls silos amounted: : to t t0OUU ; ,. present Administration. The time has come ability and fidelity.: ; Hi-presenting a party

*' Kr it enacted, That all laws passed by ihe Gadsden, with its usual piomptnes-s; anJ pub.! of any pam ticutar route_._at least no bales, of which speculators took 17OUO, when a decided stand 'in behalf cf Southern I 1 II he will! nevertheless prove true to the inter-

Legislative Assembly and Governor shall befubmitted lie spirit was represented in the late meeting, I other interest than: every citizen' of Florida mind expoitoM 0,000 bales.Commercial interest' will probably! constitute a nearly insurmountable t I e-ts of the entire natron ; and, by naimitainif'Me ,

to the Congresofiie} United States! at New Port I by a large, intelligent, influential should feel to see her advance in her general J"lrs.-Tht .. r policy-the broad comprehensive, "i ieunrijtisi ',

and if disproved; shall be null and of no effect.> I i delegation to show their deep interest: in tIC! prospeiity. FRANKLIN. !! intelligence from India and China commercial is satisfac obstacle in way of Executive: I : policy-marledottl by President Tay*

This, then, gives the finishing tourli, and I i movement. They! prefer to connect with the Leon County, 22nd July, 1830. tory. ;: promotion. Y Whigs$ who want ofiice, be. j lor, will secure to himself the esteem and atlection \

renders assurance doubly "urp. Should," eea.boanl in this direction, rather than at Apalachicola -- -- I I ware of any active participation. ia any. South. .I ( : of the people." ,
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(say ihe Free Soiler,) the resolution declaring : and if the Newport Road should Plank Road Meeting. : Manchester Muriels.Districts-Accounts from iheManufieturiiig ern movements It' may cost you dear. These authorities are sufficient to satisfy ;,

that slavery does not exist there' be over be run through Tallahassee, ur vest of it. spoke At a meeting of the ciii/x-ns held (pursuant trade for represent an increased ---- -- -- ------,-- I the country as to Mr. Fillmore's feelings :
manufactured
ruled and set aside I by some I trick, and .hotildtho confidently that theie would soon lie a branch to an invitation given by I the Intendant.' ) at goods. Ffoa Washington. I personal ,
legislature! thus forbidden by ihic to Quincy. Rut if I the l London Money Mars /.-The: Mar f on 1 thf questions in controversy ; but weratnestly .
- feature of a more eastern route should! Capitol on Tuesday t the 5th t l just l, the following !. Money The intelligence from
Washington of im
their organic law lu pus any laws nn the Eul,. be chosen, for the main 'trunk, that the people proceedings took place : ket was easy. Consols had llunctuak-d from hope that discarding the advice 41 :
ject of African elateiy of Garden would strive I 1). 1 P. 961: on Tuesday to 07. porlant modifications in the Adjustment Hill, those ..
prove unmindful r1f] lor a Plank Road of IIOGUi:, Ksq.; was called to the I I by whom he has ever been su-stained, ::

these behests and pass laws establishing slave. their own, direct to New Port' Such was Chair, and SIMON TOWLB appointed Sec. 111ll'reJIllr.el-TIe Havre ;Market was qni-, gives hope ota settlement! ofpreent ditlicnU I he will |prt6\'e a President of the ad.

r)', then their vitality shall he made to dependon the testimony In fore (the meeting fiom' this letary.TLe. et at the arrival oldie America but her ac. ties. The proposal is to make the parallel of minisleriiig tin Government country t'il

Congressional sanction, and as the' Free quarter, and it deserves mobt serious consider Chairman: explained the object' of the counts from (his country caused an improved :34 the boundary of t Texas and all North of I with a single eja

Soil vote i it now in overwhelming, force and is : alion.Il meeting to be to ascertain whether the ci'i- fed ing and sales of 3000 bales 'look place that line to New i to the intei eats of the whole. Only: in tbiiI

daily increasing there, will never be any danger a Plank Road is built lo Quincy, from any \\eredeMrousthatPlankRoads sTiouldbe on the day her news reached the! city at full go to Meiico. Another I way will he"- secure to himself the csteelU-.I
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of such laws receiving Congressional quarter: it will! hardly Mop short ofUainbridge I built to New Port, Thomasville, and Quincyor prices. proposal recommends to California the re- and affection of the people."

sanction, .therefore we lenderou gentlemen in that, direction. While on I he other side, either-and that the City Corporation' : Great Excitement at I.ivbfHl.-'flJC greatest duclion of her boundaries to the natural limitof

cube South, "Lo are so much opposed to the, eastern Micasookie and Monticello would not should subscribe for slock. excitement prevailed at Lisbon owin! to the the :33lh parallel, and further forces California Strong Language.

Proviso, this Adjustment' as a balm 'lo your suffer ihe main trunk of a Plank Road 'lo run After several speeches from Judge Baltzell! arrival of American squadron in the 'I'agus, to comply with it by making her whole The X. Y. Mirror ; has the folo'! .
wounded pride, and as a security; that the Wil up wiihin 12 or 16 miles ofllrirlellile bud", Judge Randall, M. A. Long, Esq., R. IJ. 1 for the purpose of enforcing the claims of the lands (Whig)

mot Proviso shall nevei be forced upon you." without lapping il by a branch, for their own Hilton, Esq., and others, the following ,Reso. United States Citizens against tho Governmentof to depend upon it. Besides, it is well ing : *

TI ese are tome of the beauties of (Le Ad. benefit. In fact a single successful work. ii> lutions, offered( by Jude Randall, were ..unauimou Portugal, amounting to seventy thousand known that California will readily comply The heartless scoundrel who harras i

jusimem scheme lor WhICH, it is saia, i[*y a any direction, will! aiouse ihe whole o{Mid. :Iy adopted : df lIar/l. Twenty-one days were allowed by with I he suggestion." : the late President upon his death bod like t&a

.. firm and intelligent Democrat of Florida," die Floiida.and adjacent Georgia. llesolwd, That Committee ofninq citizensbe the American commander for a final reply.. The language quoted: is from the correspondent villain who struck the Queen deserve tt bbanished

forty-nine out of fifty of he Democracy of Il know there are croakers amongst us, who appointed to inquire into and report upon Fears were entertained that the Portugese of the Baltimore Sun. The wri. from ihe country. Th ;indignation

Florida are contending. Can it be that any oppose themselves to every new improvementor the feasibility nhd advantages of d Plank Road Government would refuse! lo comply with I I same in this city against Toonibs and Stevens ii un

Southern man in whose bosom throbs a single change, because some existing interest from Tallahassee to Thomtuville, Georgia, ton demands, 'as they bad determined lo resist our ter says : I. bounded.e have execrations enough sentju

manly pulse, or in whose heart lodges a must be injurously affected, some man must meeting ofiheir fellow citizens hereafter to them. Mr. Foote's amendments will of course be a. I to fill lheJror. IJut more of this ht"r atl'r."

solitary trace of those noble virtues uhich quit an old business which Las been super be called.! That the Committee inquire and Russia and elZmarJ.The dopted, because all the Southern men will go I It is said, however, that no interview whatever ,

once gave tone to Southern character stands I ceded by something new. It has ever been reporl- ficully between Russia and Denmark Schleswig lit l for them, and nearly all! the friends of the bill was Lad with the President h/ .Ihe
'lo make this, suriender Tie 1st. Whether such has been agreed yesterday to t.heni. I
ready stands ready FO. art printing was condemned as project be within the satisfactorily! adjusted. support TIIt'YViII "
heartless scoundres! Toombs and
to abandon, in inglorious defeat, a tciritoiy an invention ofihc Devil) because it look away means of the separate and joint action of tho render the bill more acceptable to the South, I Stephens.

won Ly the blood and valor of his neighbors; I lie occupation book-making scribes. When citizens and of the corporation Tallahassee, Fatal Accident' fo Str Kfficrt Jecl.-Sir and will in fact be morn favorable to the South I Nevertheless, if the interview did lake place! ,

and friends, and secured by the letter, .the gen. the powcr.loom and lipinllill -jenucy were in. aided by ihe people clothier sections of Florida, .ihe Robert 29th Peel June was thrown from tits horse on than the Missouri compromise line..tI I and the object of it was to induce the Presi.

Ins, and spirit of the Constitution 1 If so, lei I ven'cd, mobs were easily raised for their de. and Thomas County' of the State of Georgia. and almost instantly 1 killed.At We cannot see, however, how the reduction I dent to retrace his steps in regard to Xe T

him speak, for him do I offend. But this is struct ion, among those wl 0 pun and wove by 2. Whether aid and co-operation of such the quarantine. ground, below St. Louis of Texas from 36 30 to 34, and ali&'rniafrom' Mexico and Texas, and thereby avert a ciVi1war
only one of the Tolling features with which hand And of (the wonderful effected others 1
so changes be enlisted
or not in
may may ihe the 7lh inst. 36 andSieph&s are 4.6.
pro on there were seven deaths of 30 to 33 will be better for the-South Messrs. Toombs
his Omnibus, is filled. There are otbers em. by the introduction ofileam, in its ap. .ject. cholera. I
'han the Missourie Line. Nevertheless we serving of praise instead of CCR Smi re.


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.- 4' Give him Time." been chalked! out out for hULl by tie Regis lent in language at least, anJ so we pies'imean A Prediction. Bacon, Flour, &c. PROCLAMATION '

Scntinfl a f'w weeks since, Man exriJiucH irr.' : a majority of th< Not them WhiI I Bit? Less than a Sear ago Hon. Robert J. Wai- TUT received per Schr. %V.. U. Petle* froQ Nec .
JV Hen ven know*, Gowrnar Manly hat enough ken, late Secti'Jary of the Treasury JiaJ .' Ojl-aiw,
otifof
h-re a'h coilJ bel ,
BeaitTs we must we aum thing
10 'learn Major fenc"ou say
ldgey I imjHtjwlarity A> chnngc ths color? uf. without the inost noblf/s-jgtcioiw: and far-sighted ol Clsar flin 'isis, .

T the Clay Comprotime. Conlijjjjiniiff sad !Jiiti" him with issues that will increase it. ter calculated tu stuitle Southern men, esr.; ( Am"rirau statesmen! I emnam ked to u friend, '* -

this) for the degof It'the Register' about cially Southetn Whigs thun the reservation that "in five Sn sr Cured Hams,
4cutY hrjiitip Shat) mcacuie, goes floundering at j years, Georgia; would manufacfuie Rio; C.>fiVe( ,

radat0 the South, would be highly popuj (his tate, and curries Mr. Manly! with him, which we make in behalf of Mr. Fillmore more heavy cottons than Mas'achns"tts.: lie is White Witie Vinegar, By thy Governor of the Side cf Florida.7"HF.KKAS .

lie'l: have somebody there about next January certainly of tha'' in that lima Massachusetts No. t Mackerel,
when admit that opinion
the author of the foi
we
with
j jt fccrihblers were foirrish anxiety ego- Leaf Laid, \ \ : it is reouired by law that Velection _
Jar. that will be around
the Democratic) candidate committed bending ccraiizjob.c to ing letter, objectionable as are its terms is und-r t the pressure ofVlomestic competition I'.xira St. Lrmi* Flour, Missouri Mills, \ f be held i.i tts: Stare OT the tr.t Mocday irtOcsober s
,? ftt a lonjj, one story house, where a very clever will be one of the most ardent free Col ite Soap, tot sala'byJaly27 nextfor a Resruterol Public ndstohod!

pin1 u. W Jiat is Major! H aiuV poMtiuu ? I feliovv, though! a Democrat, has an office.- ,' less hostile to the South than the main body trade .Stales! in the Union. She \\i\l\ be as Ife'W. 2i> A E HOC. lour .vearar>3 until his succeuor &b
echoed and 1t3.CCJ'Cd$ tf4nth the \\'b\\ i How would the 'IJ.egi.ster' like the current of of his political friend* ? Think of it pressing lo' have the negotiate and qualified : V -
is.j government to Jail // i a t'icttfort! (frJcrtd, That the *StJ election be '
did his th'e,! things to set (or le '.t'; ) in a difii'icntdiiectlon. new //qrei n markets for her she Brought I
; for knowitijr, as ihey unswcrr. a< recently fteid thraoghout the Sfate. air theaid: first Monday
Eegnlation in to the Presidency. 22Jp
Hegard
pre' clamorous TTjllahnssee, Leon Couifly. oo the .
was to Inve laws passed lo secure '-x in October est, accf rdirui to law.
,?,, le\otion to the South, they had reason 10bdi' Can't the 'Times' or the 'Star' set The 5th clause of thsJ article of the Constitution to her, free from the -L in>Unt, .t nro' boy aSout 5 feet 4 itiche* Given oiidr my JsanJ ai.d lhcGre.at Seal of
foreign
be competition, nurkets I. P y huh! dark comrkIon. abcu* 1s* i r 2J( >eaisaZt' .
that heeoud! hostile to this out- (be Slate of F'lbrrda, at ih* Capitotia TiN .
the
e Register' 1-iglit ? He is so mid with is as follows : of this country." V is JOHN, and that l Sea j i.l
naiie
siU3siyshlm4
.i : v i I.mha,eetiii( ,3,5;, dav pf.juJTHOMAS iea4 .
I ( tcat-inc!, \\V11, to inform the public Xttthmal Intflligrnccri'sm. that if he don't beomie "In case of the removal of President from These views are sound and reasonable, and he belongs U Sntoiion Waters of Decatur County, UROWN

anj enlighten the Sentinel, it wab declared a little nn re sane, he will destroy the office, oroS his death, resignation I or i inability w ill no doubt be verified by the event. Home (leor ia. The ov.r. H r vj
Whig patty' in North Carolina." the and duties of the aid competition i is what the New the law, and lake"him away. the Governor -Vtf-st -
,tat! be is opposed) to the Bill!, without some (to discharge powers ; England maimfactnrers JOHN H. RHODES, Jailer. C. W. DO'.VM.V;. i ithe
oflicv the saute shall devohe on the Vice are now sutTering from than tf
or"itit change) in it. Greut was the chuck- mule July 27. IStt) 2U .?ecr.tamv uf Siate.Tallab2ss ; .
imi< Mr. Buckingham Smith. President ; and the Congress may by !Jt\v'' f fu.m l any thing else ; and i that has been un.luly -e, July OU, tV.. 2S te
of ihe Whigs when fiict uduVed cf this The Jacksonville Jit-publican implied, and of removal death stimulated Notice. _-- --- -- -
ling provide for the case resg- by a high protective tariff.( One m

lad. 1 hfi Sentinel editor had met no one.fitijpr we crjncsscd, doubts as to this gentleman's nation, or inability, both of the President aid | of the most intelligent whig rninuracturers in SIX! weeks after dte, I will nike application to STATS OF FLORIDA. -

Democrat who not in fa- Vice President declaring what officer fch-al: i this State icmaiked not long that he Honorable Jude of Probate far Jefferson
Whig or was political relations. Alluding to our remutks. ago was County, for letters of administration on tho rotate
roT of the Adju !'m.Mit. Then certainly! WHJ.1'iV. the Sentinel : then act us President ; and such officer shaf afraid manufacturers had not yet recover John. ii. Brooks, late of Jerter< or. County, deceased.
frays act accordingly! until the disai>ilily be removed ed from the effects of the tariff '42 From JOSHUA TAYLOR, Sen'r. IEeciimz I--!

l opptfsitjoa; ( must make him vastly uimopu.Jar. His party position is a great 'del l plainer.hn or a Pie''nlent shall be elected." I the great and increasingco.npetition at home, .letTer'i County. JuU 27, I-V 2') Cw : .

The Whigs were delighted.Pifscnlly > his 'tfrf/rti'/taf qualifications ; for( we take
manufacturers
The act of Congress of March 1, 189 J, pro. p..r will be very di.sjrom'i ofes- State of Florida.
it there hnmlieds in Flat ija who know a
however the becomes are i taping into fureigu markets, }by the aid of/rcc of XUile Scnc&tr. '
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prospect vidcs ** ihat in of removal death
case GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT IN CHANCERY.
great deal more Spinii-h! and a : dal more : resignation -
grea t:4f47c. Thus it is that th revolutions of coinlurce VACANCY having <>cci'rcd m the oCce of
km bright.' The I muUenngs of indignation Kri !lish than Mr.i Buckingham tnil h. This i or iuabiii'y both of the President and about George T. Hiusey,) A: Slate Senator the S.--i.tid ST .
are brought by the force ofcir.cun in ar' raIDi"tricti
Ijejriu t 'he heard I tlnoughout i the South u gainst appointment is peculiarly unarceplnbie; to the Vice President of the United States, the President tances, and in contradiction, of sill the exprtsse.d Id M.Ihnscy. )> Bill fjr Divorce.Hlixa by the recjoTal tr>m the Stale, oJ the lloa. Charles

those who were ready to perpetrate; upon her whizs, and we. suppose, not paitiuulaily i acccji- of the Senate pro tempore, and, in case opinion"! and ail the former policy of [T ar>iveain2; to the s-t'tsfactton of the Count, by to A.Tweed till said: It Li fitre/ty be held OrtltreJ! in said: Thai District election Men-,
vacancy cn>
table to the other p.iiJy. Without meaning to attidivit in this cau-ie filed, :ham Eliza M. Hinson,
ibis grievous wrong.: Mr.\ Morton, the Whig there shall be no President of the Senate thote, who were 'iice: the most strenuous for day the 7tn day nf'Oclttar next. .
impeach .Mr. .Smith's respectability at all, we I the defendant :In lhi>cause, resides beyond the juris-
au The Given under banJ and the Great Seal of
Senator from Florida, it is asct-itaitied, too, i is that his in this then the Speaker of the House of Represents- opposite course. tariff fjti- tion, if dirfinn ol this tirtand out of the state of FLorida ray
may venture to say position tie Bute oi Uxi'ia. at toe Capitol in Tat-
not imuri>|ii>rly tampered with; by Congress, It it Ordered That the said E iza do ,plead. 1?. cii
opposed to the BUI. Perhaps after all, it State i js such entitle him ftonti % > appear J labaasce, llib 5lb day of July. A. I). tSUTftOtLtS
miy not lib to to a tiles for the lime being, shall act as President will in a few >ears moellectualJy! fettle it- a'f ,vt r, or dctnur to the aid bill of complaint within

]14. tin: MJJjwrtrr and not the oppoter& of the i auk atnaji the goveniment appointees; in o( United Stales until the disability be removed self; and protection will h.'cim as obsolete thr.-e tnonihy. or sid bill r.ill be taken pro eonftsxoajaii ( ovevDua P.LOtV oi Flotitli. .4 -

who to encounter the frowns of Florida, and if a general distribution (,otlicebis jda >: said defendant, and that the cause be set lor Ev the Governor Aff
c3j<*tne are an Pre.-iJent *hill be elected.:7 an as a national bank.-Proiidcuce (II. st; )
or a hearing during next terra of said.Court in IVovt-tnt-jr
i is determined then it is the of
turn tome C. W. DOWNING
upon 1.) Herald.
injured people' So when Mr. Cabell's opin- next : .ind it iifwtfur EdereThat tfcis Ord?rbe
other who did hold under Mr. Secretary of tac.Tatlahasare .
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person not two :: A Correspondent of the Philadelphia Dtiblished in
some puolic
of the is ai-ked his newspaper printed iu Jah ).
ion measure organ con. Polk." Millard 2) 1St 23 ye
North American writing from Washington July Fillmon now by the Constitution this Stjre; once a week fcr Ihrt-e Monthsaad that

cludefctbal it Lad befer stand mute. Mr.! CH. Well, really, if we have said too much ol President of the United State, was b.irn in complainant take te&tirnonv; in the cause. Notice
1G, says lIit the new President: will per'evi're July ul, 1S50. THOMAS JiALfZELL,
bell is of ogi, ask him lie will peaU for this, gentleman's qualifications-and liisfua7ficttttans Surnnser Hill, Cayugi county, New Vom k. A true ropy-Attest, Judre.R. -Is hertbc given that at the n'eeLin*of the DC.Lesj-

liim elf. Only 3011 intiht give him Imr." saye in the policy o len. Tajlor relative to New January 7ih, :IsOi i () ). II13 fnher, Nathaniel C. LLNTtK; Cle k. L isl.it me of the State ol Florida application vtilt
alone of take it all
Yes we epoke we Mexico and Texas. lou" oi the ILihimoreSu Fil i: ore, isa farmer siil! living in Erie county July 27, IJ-of(). 23 Sin be m. de by a Company tor tte! grant ol a charter to
Sentinel. him time for in
the give back. We indeed know little or nothing about I New York. Mr. Fillnv peni tlmr vear?, make thelVaciisaaruIOcilU Rver navezk.frorn
of 44fitneM definite will says : mouth of the Ociiu to Jke Lead wafers the
UK? course something An Ordinanoe.Mjre o ,
him. We saw him highly complimented bv "Riiinorsare life in newadmin- in early life in woinittg at t.io clothier's trade, 1Vaciuti. 5

he known as 10 which is the strong side.- the had ** regardtothe j and d'.iilng that time devoted all hi* leisure rjfrcluallsf to provide for the IrJrrior Police Jeffer-ion Connty. July! '2f>, I-.V 23 3mNotice.
Republicana Whig paper ; we som is'ralion.! I have heard a dozen silly stories and (jowl (iadernwritufthe L'ityi'fTallaftatfee.OECTIO.X .
Mr. Cabell will be boms to and At the of
Then very emphatic recollections of some well written productions I to-day ; and one i that Mr.1 Toomb,! had scared; j rt-ad.ng ->lndy. ae 1. //,.- it Ord
trrii. Indeed, in all probability, as strongly, Fi'hnore' into a. withdiawal of orders ID ( o1. I nineteen he attracted the ntice <:f JuJ eWrnnl. 0 of 7'ailaha&e, Tiwt ttoui aud after nieF'asa;.
purporting to be fiom his we then-lore J JIX months afff-r dt.theuods'rsknedAdjns.
pen ; of Catti v.ho Irmk him into j
'i roua'y' ot tins Ordiua.nv, it a'i ii not be lawful for anviiaVe
<
Man 1. p'sist 'IVvns. i doubt! the 0
furor, to the Compromise I to t of the
in of? or opposed roe by way, trators htte; R.ibr FLerwjt resert
said what we did, though believing him to beno his ( fIiCC. la 15: 1 |i.e removed to iitilTilour.d or slave within the corporate Units iIijid cit. .
whether oidi-rs have been < 1 heir rlnaS account and vcuchs-rn the Jud ef Ltotf '
at he wttk, at different times, opposed to and any s Mit.i ] uniered law office for hisrllauCtIatlce ta own or [ >se* m tiN, her, or their own right, ;
favorite with the Democrat) part\-hi re. j i The line of that wotiM u teaching Probate Court j acd ask tor a discharge Irooj sard] estate.
however !
policy was,
j jI tculf
aIy lmoiseu.aregetdniur nor any dray,cart,
favor of the Southern Coxi nion. ? timil the H'J.'J. when he T
in hit ions to which we thought to be. equivocal. I leave t<, such orders a l.ipted; by the late adni'iiistration year | Vrtoi, : buijjy, or carriage; and shall be the duty: R \7 FISIIFR. ;)

44 He ha* not authorized us to tell hisopin- For though our columns bear witness to the | aiH will. have nounuhi lie adher. was licensed'.o: pnctice in the Court of Corn.mim'r. nl; ;he City \l trha', when Ihc f.-c1 of I he o eta'i';> w. HSIUR, ttA'r.
Pleas. li 1S27 he .irlmitlt-1 > nt tttic'u t b\ slave t.iav..,
: : was an attoriiey t r uujS--Moa pn-jjeiiy any or
ions," quuth the Scnlind. 01 course then, hi2ll in lich ha\c of Jed to hy President Fiihnore, till he U acluilly! liU IcnowUcLp* the Jill* 20, H5! 2 Sen
terms we ppoljen one j jI of the Suprein" Com t of i the State ofN comes 10 l to report same to the

yon ni4h1 be going Ioa fast, if you were to I or two who have been placed in ofiici* in this j jI j en ftmbed ,JW Y..i ik. In JS 9tf\ w-is elected a member iiiii-a !tar; \\hoe duty it shall be theieiijj.ni to i-.uf Notice. S
\ The Mory sent forth by the telegraph! ; ?to-day, .1:1 urdt-r, directing the Alctrsbul, in tbe name and bv
mike them known. Better l ot s.iai} .:".!my; to 3iise and sell Mrh Iru. L1; havr demand;n.tinst ;he esrat ci
_
tI wait t wire re-el-rtofj. |!Je elected! uWir .i.iciian to lUe: X. John M. Barnnxlon, tale ol it fietmn Co0ivtv.ior .
[ was to Con at : highest tt'.dtlet,
least for the until it is ascertained 1 t erly ; iijonivi '
tit : present, j 'hotid; i exaggerate 'the merits df the appointees the I nil 11 ct.vtif M d the iiewagie.J adjo inient j *a ert. will frre. tti then lo the narffrsiBe within
I -iuch nottc- BIbe iatendarit direct the I
'' 2res iu the !dl| .>f H2.:{ and af.erthe expira.j : may :
how matters are Ij go *'Givc M.r. CabellMajoj of the present Administration-of Mr. Suiith I "ij It is that: rill more has ordered i of nbc, cduch! .ile In ba t paid in'o. the City Trcas- the time prMcrmtwd b Lw. nfhf-rwfc this notice
lion hia
that no more money hall go ou', till ire has j term resigned: the practice of his miry, fir.deducting ail costs :ind expenses incvtrred will be t.lfMiifd f:> bar tLui'eot ; aird tl person* indtbtrJ -
I any mt're than the test.t iii." profes.inn. In ] *;}'> he was again sent to by the *izurand !ate of said [propfrty."SEC. wriU pi->4nwke- imnmett1ate prfjmenf-
cornt;
.%p fr Beard's vie wg,they are Icnown Rut if this appointee is so objectionable as Con res*, and v\s subseq'i"nlly ie-eected! fir 2. ISf iIfurt.k1Ordatmd, That if upon the CAROL:XK M. BAKRIXGTON,

t The Affair. another term. Djrina this scion. he seizure ot properly in the pn.a.eioi i ol any slave or.t.vestiieuvnersm4)am.Jpn&sLsion Jeffvsnn County Jntv! i;>, 1-3Q. 2i
r.ot only upon this, but upon all the political the Sentinel implies, which we will not piiii. GaipMn was : ol which is i
1 The late i. War Mr. ('rartord. j placed at the head uf she Committee Waisj pro-
ot t NoticE
,
(]iteition which liavc far yeais pa .t divided fay, who, in the name of ju-iice airl fair-deal- cr tary i.rut: d hy tli? loreii-nnsj >ectii>n, any white |u-rst>tist.all
\1 iii* is for his selection ? Who i 1 sf-nt a communication, to th, 1l'u.e' of Reprej j j amidli.ati.*. I Ii i I < l4he was nominated by interpose a c.iBj! tulh-prfj>ertj so sostized.Michr.i T hereby s veri given i that al the nexf sessknof the
jiartieju) Upon a National Bat.k, Protective responsible j the Whii' ;part) as th-ir candidate for Govern- ( shall be tpjde under oath, and the clairnaatsh.ilt J. General Assembly! ol the Sratst }lsieida.appti.

Tariff DlslribuiJoti. 1 Internal I Improvements, by i procured the! appointment for Mi.l Smith ?- bcni.itives oil the I 17ih itauit, oli riiig to sub- or. In IS 17 le 'as elected! C*>;ni>troller! of t lie required t<; 5-xear that he or she u the [ton ao.vr.er ration wilt b- nwlr for an ;ic! "f luccrporatioo for

mil the of the of the interest fi'Ie tberc'>{, vim! ttiaf the urae is not owned Le .11 Ls.dg-Nii 5. 1. > of> O. F.
the (Jenfral Government, and C :ijihni! : b\ the slue or slaves in whose pc>s-es>-irn it may be j \7AYLES I.AKER. Knrtlary.Juv .
gftierally, upon; aI!! these IVdeial t-cbemes, the.SrnizcI the men ? There ate not a few who : the (;lulphin (Claim, to the courts 'jusice! i islimmit of the tilted State, and on I the itEm found; ; or i-ach claimant .!haiilI![ be re uirt-d t tc> prove W. !1A'>. aS 5m

t would like have this '!amid I lo plead in its justification onl\ t the act ofj! March! I 1510, he entered ujwn the duties of tiis riiit ot property by other competent evidence: |
j to '
l.a some light mat.ter.
no more doubt tts to his position I upon 1 1I
I the ;'fiioe. and II', upnn inve-.ti[ ; JIIJII| ii =!iall appear to the satifsctimn { Brought to Jail

thnu it ham: as to that of M r. Cabell.! The That light! vre douht not, the Scii'intJ ,,1617 I t11'er!' which t the jirincipa! had been of the Inteadant thjt} 9uch cUim ot right i is i iinrel TN Talidhass'je on {the !2ls! i-isfanf.a nra;

very fact (that one i in a Democrat is evidence can give. Will it not shine upon us, anl ills. piid. The matter was reffrred to the judicia. The Unlcn i rl Gen. Taylor.-The Wash ; > set in op the f-r;ii-the and purposet p.-5C5sr! proterlms n e>i the the prnptrty slave J JorLives \! Qi 4"'Ac' -* atari, a!>o.t .". feet. ,ir 5 ir.chehrgI.stotit
hiut! and ihar>2S
of /opjHusition( to them, as much as ihe fact j pel ihe datkiicss in which \\e me involved ? ry Committee. ington Union: iccotitjunies its announcement cliinivil, Ihe ownership and: p<'d-es-iin ot which, in j Vegr5 01 a tfwhosahtjua.it.>i< WILLIAM

of the uf Demo. of the death of Generil Taylor thus : his own right,are hereinbefore prohibited,such persou j a.id ib-it he Musr- t.' .Mr Beverly, of XVASutfa Co
th-t the 'thor i is a Whig, i b. piof that / The nwmer I* Usnes4d Jo riTOe tonard awl i rote
of them. No one, therefore, needed to crat to ollice by the lialphm Cabinet, is gut-! ter. (Mrs. Bliss,) and a son, gill? quite a young I \Vf bury ia his iiouort-J lorn! orory unkind cI $ si... r--------- His profcrj' as te i.i. t >irti .. ,
sro'verninent of 'id and -hit! f be liable i iHi
or uawrihy) fueling which we mht rtid good s. city; J JH.II.. RHODES, JiiRr.
be informed u* lo ihe position of either upon i ciently mysterious. Bit that to *n liuiKomoa ; I man. Two other daughters.? t1 is. Wood and have *-iiJ* iHtnrd.{ (Ji.Tl: Tayl' mi's be piv: a tine vi! not less Ihau Ere, a: r Biore than July t.1. icSe: o 27Kctlce.

ihew i Mi But OJHJII a measure of \ital importance i a place, the only oflics abroad which ha beengiu.en Mrs. Davis) are d-'ad. Cuusre** ho.sju.st' pa<- ( fore us in all thin glory of the Hero, ia all the twer.fy.c.,3.dvjllars Sf it fr furtktr eact. and Ordained every otlei.ce.S Thut. from ant ___ ___ ___ _-_-

lately brought forward, and brougltiintak to this SJaiu, a e as- 'fd l a law granting the frar.IJng privilege to mijesty ofrte Patriot, whose name is associated after The notice hereinafter required to be slven, if
A LL h- Tin. any claiia or demand oJ
who is to the with one of the mo>t briili-tnt achieveinents shift! not If lawful lor any slave (cirave! free neirrc persons
a party measure it was natural enough sigmied peculiar unacceptable i Mis. Taylor during }her life. ._ i whaNoMr-i nature ag-aifi- (Le .-slate%..fII. Wttjaui
1 iu our annals! who has carried ths fame or ir.uLittutoocc'Ipy' any dwelling h-m-se or building i, 1lrkeflbr0h1Zhi. dereased. htreby5eqniredta
are
that ihe neople hhoulJ desire to know the sentiniiits Whigs and not particularly acceptable to the ..i111 te ui>.>n any lot or iots within said cliv, anarf or j
and them to the nndt"2ned, udrnnustrjrrix C
of his counlrv! to the remotest: nations I pre-e'
't I &z.r It t is slated that the (lovernor and Executive d.-t ,rizJ (torn prenieocrupied by sofne white per-
of lh ise lielbre them for their votes. other party, this surely dfinatiiK explanation.j ; will die. The hisfstute, \ iihir fh r tune prrs. btd K% law, ei indetauJs
t whose reputation never name skin or the aue olteen, and net l r.Kf the conIroS -j
Major B ard'i were aiked, and were piv n. j We hope the Sentinel will for once make a Council rJ Mas'achu->e'ts, ha e declined j of the Here t2! Palo Alto and IJu 'n'i Vista? wilt iri-l BUjk-nutenderice of t s'ih white person, nr ,i itiann I thereof.I1, fht-v wi il!tntlebttJ! St- brevet to debarred the fstitcaru'troni .

Mr.: t2aleI'were aked, and weieilhlield.. i clean breast, and let us know all ub-it| it. reierMiig the sentence of Dr. Webster, and I j live so hnga* I lie tum of the nation whose any lot or lots not cunttannuand adjacent to j jpremie rersivery.'cijuired to utiie pera.'iis pavirifj.l ti> th>- uid T4izr.i-
occupied by gome such v\ bite uad.>i !
The very pajr which called upon UB for Maj.BV. j. i So much far 1hckinMl1auIm." ] have appointed the 13ih October next for his standard he soften b-'re to victory and to glo! vho. e eontrjl, mana euvent. and direction person sur h ELLEN A. EK3CKEXBROUGH.
Sum IVi.: 2C. 4t Admniistratrir.
opinion which we u'e, krcps back i execution. ry. Theetdeeds are indelibly! written on the .>!aviM, free ntg.ws; ur CiuUtiat: shall, iu all such \ --- --_ l'sI '
President Fillmore. t'lbl...t of a ration's gratit-ide," 1 I cases, he, to ti'e same esicKt. and in ail res?>eclis, aii To Builders and Contractors.QK )
trotn tIC) | uH5c! lhat of 'tlr.Cdlc1I, when it i isusked. in the Territories.Th I: .- ------- jrh ={jve or slaves, Irr. ;;ero or ruut Mo OCCHp -I
I'11Lt Mr. Fillmore is and Slavery LED TuOPOSLJ wil: be received by either
really I truly one -i I a li'iuseatached: to or w the yard ol the house I
Or the mst conservative, prudent and sound :apologists of CIa3 's Rill in the Sont'n, i BARBACUE -.1 preaiis.'S in thC actual uccu iacy or poss.-Saioa ol p.3 ot 'h' nisd-r-njiifd or.tit the l5t S?[ tembernexr.i .

Let the people juJge of the. honesty of the sat? : s,1iPlI of I the N.,rth in either! is with -atiivlnte vicron.SEC. I r i ;mimii' i itr material a-id erect inc. of \\trct* in the .V
j paity, (says the (leorgii Te'cgrajih) are endeavor Come One -- Coins All :11: 4. He it Jutt/ier Ordainstl, That iniitcdiati'l L.wn. ot Mdm'.ms, A HOUSII: \VORSI12Pol: the

ittne that i is played off upon them. us a sincere and honest opinion, the correct. ( mug to pei iiade 1 the pcojile that i i'. provisions (m.zr A Ilirhdcue will be jiivn l I' the IVo- -, alter the '\jiiratu>n ol thirty days from the t ;.l' 'tviRS flin.ei.si'Hi*,,o w it : 4=>tiet I n2 h U 35 feet

ness of which we are willing that lime shall o? thi-. Ordinance shall be the duty of the wide, \ith- a t'; teet pc.rt.cn: ia froar, rr.atft builvting
determine. in reference to the Territories i of New Mexico | j lile! of Ma'ls'in! : C.itjiiiy to their Delegates! to [la-sage to bt 1'j feet pitch, Mith a caller v in the e.orf, znd j
Bright Prospect in North Carolina. i iAn At tla; present moment, to pre. < City M irshat to sve: nonce i in wrilin-i tu the owr.er
judge and denounce hmi.-to vjtcjie alarming and Utah, are most favoiuble to the Sotuli, .the Nashville Convention, on the First Saturtlaj sir mvners.or to the t ent or ants oJ the owner erUWIHTS balco-i ontf.i m ite ,>f>*?'. Uhna to be criltdrter
animated ked however rl I st.aves! ftuid living head, and on fat h side as bigh a4 the tops ol the
canvass-in a of such aa are or
,
l apprehension in the minds ol the people, for aim-I 1 if passed, cannot fail to make these territories \ \ in August. Their frllow! citizens of the lot or lots withi.i; ibecorpurate upon liwiU pet and ke h. Unce to be p -tered. The pens t tbo to
by a degiee bitterness which ox.-cr,'> itiian! >
we regret which there may not be the lihtst real oc. [ fe'.dve'! holding communities. The. followin (stmrroHIlIn Counties ara respectfully iuviied. oi aid c-itycontrary totli-t! j>r.'vi-ioiisof the tore- (fini.h.d in a i>e
to .ee-it, giving on in North Caiolina. cajiou, is no part of wisdom or l3atrit1z1.Scnine ."- I j I gmti.! section, req'iirnv snrh o-. ocr or owners, or Cond with app \'td security will be required for
,; extract mada from some rematlind > JOHN C. I'lLLVXS, The removal of such the tti'htnl( pt-ri'drn.ance ot Hn- contract.
effi-ct
ent-,
The manifeMaiions( seem to be decidedly in Ihc.r dijent i r d lo
I by one of the peculiar friends of this CJniii'iiiin ('oi: tif Arrangements.J.ilv s-Uve-s[ Iherelroiniihr.. ten days from the date otuch TKRMSOne hs-il rash when the corktract i is
fa-orol'the succesi! of t Reid, the Democratic'' This is interned to be pretty severe on our. 1 n'd'ce( audit! proof of such nofice.it >i itwd, and the olher wl.en: the bnlldiiK; i is received
upon
-
Bill, will show what constructions: iho! e who I 3. I 15:>0.03ITU. ; Persons disposed to Did, can obtain mwe spociinl.rmauioit
candidate (for Governor; over his opponent; selves. We arc playing no jnrtof wisdom I shall also be made to appear that any person having
j fully uuderstiuiJ its design, its the control ol s ich staves shall refuse to rcn ore theta, and also see a diait ot the baitdio, bvpiilicjlion
pu
Minify.: I Wilmington Auro a, xvliich ttj,[,. pjUiuti.sm: Kjt we deny that at time pn.bt'iit upon pro ARY. or sutler them lo continue in the usi- and occupwnc> per-moRal to either of the undersigned.i .

j OTt* John 5iuitli in opposition t. both the moment*' we prejudge anJ denouncH the \isionb respecting these territories. Died 0:1: the I lllh iu-t., U hisresrlencc in Madison il t any lot nr !tot< as aforesaid, such person shall be I Prnpo..ai- v%tH l tG be iecetTe>J ttv eectmng tbeI

.Mr.! UNDKRWODI! ). My opinion i ntlat hiate! to pay a fine of (twenty dollars for every month I building ot l':if.lt.
after illness
iriar caiidwlateR, thinks Manly Maud nociue.4 new 1'iesident. We mciely slated i lhat! ; we : when v.e rs'abhsh t th 'i territorial County, ol iiiilaiun-itoix sore throat, an j! such sdce! or sbves are atl'wed or sutTt red lo be and JOH/J C.ARCitlBALb. MrGF.I1EE. 4

appears from the following! oxUact supposed him in faAor of the Adjustment' and iho local governmiMHk .'f 2 ) hours, A1flEW 3. Cil MILES, as* j3tetr. continue in the occupancy o; any lot or lots, connry FAiR,
prohibit Icgislatnie from > to the prohibition of the third section cf! tti is IX S GRAHAM.JKMK ; .
I
: &cht! m( ; and quoted the letter which! we again ititioducing' or excluding slater}, the .Mexican, i GO": %Vu are JUthorued to ana'jnce DAViD SLKER Ordin.irK.e. L. 3tLLKR! :

44 According loibe accounts from the coun- publish below. Reasoning from lhat letter, law osrlules it and nikes it free Boil ; and j \ ';\ as a candidate lor Register of 1-uSlic SEC 5. Ee L'furM'Orsluinsd., Tt>3t rprfa' notict CHARLES Rr Committee.SKLL. '
shall be b the City Marshal to < tirh Ire* I Euiltfing
tiv vit+ch read us, Mr. MnnlyV defeat i in.rv'e. we thought it entirely piobable that he would my opinion is it wil1 bo free toil Horn tin* n. I Lttib!, al the election in October nest. Job 13. n< ;;roes or mnl given:jttoes>as are ffiind livin? tu vu latsonot I M-4onJnts 13. IS.: o. 27 4f

It -i'j>t in fact bs o\vruheiuiii! (lie Hill. It that the Sen.littcl tiuplion; of I this i bill. My opinion is, that the prtihlbifioii contained in the third serum r lthw :)- Sa'.annahs Gesrran Cba1tesfl MsrCtmIT, aydI

t1Iieb we Ere misled; uy thos who talk and support Clay s"euns slavery cnunot be. taken; I there under the operation tiThe: triends ol Mr.! M. I). J'APV announce: him Ordinance, nqatrni!! ihrni to vacate the prt-mi- I, Macon Telegraph! will cop% once a ueeL foi faarweeks'

write to u. And f.irour own part, we wish has rome precisely to the fcarne conclusion of this bill. Tl.at depends upon the as a candidate lor the oflice ot Registtr of Public occupied by them within ten dais sfter the tirreof and rward btlh to rhi* Ofhce.

whether ftoiu the constitutional which has July 6isr>(> such notice; and nwmthe refn question been discussed Linda. -
feanie
to ewy only! that in the itiijiendiug dangers to ; picmise or not whom ham been Music Teacher Wanted.
free nesrro or nvtiUtlo notice given
ihe South we t.hotiid shudder to i>ee the Exe.cjtive we will not fcay : here fir the hibt thiee or four years ; as herein required, f'> comply with the reqoir roentof A LADY oiT bfi.-d f t> :;ive lessons i i-> itisirVain5! :

iJceptie of North; Carolina in the Ijand* which is, whether the cin lilution will cm rry Clarified Sugar, Fresh riour, &..c.j such n >lice, heshe, cr they so oKendmz, shall b* .TL: itiiT, and iraw. malr< rn cf a desirable ziti

nfn man so deficient in personal nerie nnd Bt-rrAto, OCT. 17,1S39. slavery into the Territories thus acij-iiit-d o'rnot. -j 1 LIST rcceiret trmn> Ne-.v Orleans. 5 barrel H"sjk liable to pay a tine of twenty d-dlars tor every ten uaiionby aps'hin; u; this '._''tLre.

Southern Fynjpathit'6 as Ch a rlet. .2 an Iy. That SIR : Your conunun! *cation of the 15th ills?. :My: opinion has been expressed two J Clarified .Stigur, beautiful article lor I'rweiving d.us ot such larlure or refasal ; and it any free negro ____ t; -'

1 ii the and Mr. Reid as chairman of a committee appointed by"Thr years ago, that it will not. I know the preponJiience \mth. or nvilatlo shall tail to nav the fineor finesadindjeda New Goods -
great jueMion although | .1 barrel Ytlme Cionn Suar, him rr her, for a vi.ilation cf the provi-inns I Iol -
ii \ery far from coming up to our mark, he J Arti.Slairry&tcictit of the County of : of Southern men Is against that 5 l.hds. IJ-ici-n, the thirdLction of :his Odiuarsee, it shall be the) ; Per u Llevrellyn1 frcra Ncw-Yck.

i ib much nf*rer to it." J.ric01' has jut come lo hand. You solicit { opinion ; but tin northern men are unaribnjouvly 3 t iiercci Sijtr Cured nrid PUin Ham*, duty of the City Marshal to sei7. uch Ire necro or i imniatto PEST SPERM OIL, 20; kc=s ar-d i kegs Rifle

my answer to the following intpriogatorit's : in favor of the opinion that t the constitution 2) taireU Eftru Famil and Suju-rGne Flour, and to hire limo s-n her ot t to any pernin _1_) Whale do Powder,

A leading Whig paper in the West, the I si. Do you, believe t hat peli'ions to Congress does not authorize the introduction of Prime and Mess Pork, Kio CoKte, &.C., Lc. for that will b-c'>me responsible for the pajinent ol the 'a Laid sb 5o 20 Oz. Sup. 1 1Lkntred Su1p.Q'tininc,'

Moimltin Manner and ou the subject and the slave sje' by fine so asjisLed: within such time a- may b.- titedbv 4- do English Ca! >me!, -
slavery slaves into the territories thus
Manly
opposes support* ;icquii ed. Upon BERRY & KOWLES: the In-endjnt : Prysidtd, That thisiei-fion shall .. Ca-'or di-! M'Mtian'sEti.irotOiuni

lleiJ. Another, the Hornet's Xcst lei&fy at trade ought to be leceived, jead and, lesjicct- that s'lbj'-cl there is a dilFeit-nce of opinion A"plioneeri Si CominL-slon Merchants.Julv not apply to such tree ne foc"' or nmhftnes a* have .' lo (in hrsftlcs) Sal Sc.tta, Prfash.Olvp I

he Kalrigh with I fully considered by the iepretentatnes of the j among the lawyers of;he South. I haie expiesfced 27, ISW._ 9_It_ been Lrviuht to the State, or have migrated hither .. Oil. French & >gli-fi Mustard"Tanner's
Register )
(Manly's
organ people ? my opinion over and overagiin I prior Jo the law ol the State, approved February 10, a. da AHspfcc, Pepper flinger.* I

the following very (significant letter. We rejoice mid. Are you opposed to the annexation of I the; subject. I therefore I the upn Great Barjians Gooi at Cost I lNi'2.:; Sweet di Indigo, AlumSailIcfie.
aid
say upon pis- Ordained TFjat from
Sic <3 licit further ,
to see such kigns ia the old North State. Texas to this Union, uuder any ciicunistanccs, sage ol this bill, jut us soon an it has passed T I ilE: MibicriliLT bcin dcvroiM of CLOS1N Ins aitc-r I the passurjaot this Ordinance' it s'lall not be Furniiuie Varijb i Dalle's Wriiinz'nks.&S''d Pain Extractor brandv'C

Reid runs upon the Missouii Compromise so long as slat es aie held therein ? the qut..tl lion ot fiee soil is settled in referencn i MEKUANTILU COST liUSINUS-S his entire STOCK l.i tins of rity GOOD. vullolTer *. lawful for any slave, free negro, or mulatto, to keep, 3ik.gs( Nat &oo c.pare-Wht Saleraius.Dorax; ,
sale at
:lid. Aie in fdvoi ol lor within Ihe limits ot said city, a hvery stable
you Congress to New .Mexico.Tilegrajthedfur. corporate Lead
line exercising Turkey Opium.
-Manly upon the Adjustment Scheme. ro.iMstin" .f all kinds, b..th FANCY and STAPLE t boarders lodgers
house, home lot 01
holdpublic
all the constitutional: it I lOmtagsasiorted( shrf. M.tre.'Nurrr.egs,
power possesses' to DRY GOOD-5, lady.m.mJe Cloihmsr, Hoots aiul the
"TV the Editor of the Jleg'utcr : DHATI abolish the internal slave trade between the (lie Suea is o aGeoriaz.. Shoes, H- rJw.ire, Groc.iu-s, and aii other Gnt-.. I or in his.htfllg own hnu--.iame, or?n.l to in inatia his own e or rizht conduct, rccfitin same<> (the, Per same Vesaol, ** .

SIB:: :-I I expect you to answer (hiR. Ifjoiiio Slates ?I4th. umi4ly kept on haiul lot sale in this market. MEIJC1IAXTS '! ol the profits thereof arid if A lew barrels Northern Fliuir." lancv brand.
profit* ran part ; any
The Cabinet. > AU, Cri'ss Cut and Mill Saws.
a
< not, an a'.Hrmative will l be unde rstood toon Are in favor immediate legislation PLANTERS, and FAMiLlES deMrou son shall permit hi4\\ or her slave to keep, manage lewsuperior
you would do well to call, and e\diaine pel Per7.. F.. Pettesr" from New Ouieaxs:
!
of ,
20.Mr. .
WAMIIMTOJ.iy purcliasinz hotel
stable boarding
e parts ifit which will do much to injure for the abolition slavery! ii; the District (.r conduct ally livery or eatin -
Guy. Webster of Massachusetts his stock, (as it i u entirely r.c-v.) belore purchasing hcu>econtrary to the meaning and intent of the Da-on Sides, Rice, Lard,
Munly's success. Secretary
of Columbia ?II S. F. JIUKNEY. "
elie'.% here. prohibition ol this section, such person, upon conviction Shoulders, Hour,
Are we to understand fiom several articles am much engaged, and have no time to ofSta'e.Mr. ran.ttias. July 27, IfcoO. 2'J theieof. shall be liable to pay u fined twenty Hares. Sloljases,

you Late lately written, that Mr.Many! i u an.iN'Hshyille enter into an argument, or lo explain nt length Corwin, of Ohio, Secretary of the dsllars for every ten days MKh livery stablp! hotel, Mtas Pork, Sugar. ,..
Treasury. Settle Up I hoardinsc tr eating house is kept or conducted as CN3AND, ,
Convention candidate, and that my reasons for my opinion, I shall tlierefreconlei.t -
upon that issue he TAre for the 11 r. Pearce, of Maryland, Secretary of the LL indebted to the undersigned fur sub- af re- aid ; and every (roe negro or muUUo cffendinaurai.ist Gin Band Leather, Oil Carpet flnbvCIct'
runs myself present, by answeiing reruns
Interior. A- scffj tMn to the Tjllaha see FiAt idwn from or at the 'roi5innsot i llna section, shall b* fined Lining 'skin, fore&rrr.-s&c.
we to! underhand you to mean again, ALL your interrogatories in the AFFIRMATIVE any time during the years ts37 and 1&-13, .ir for ad- and dealt with as U provided iu the filth section of Cip arid Call do. For zak- Lw .' -
that and leave for future occasion Mr. Graham, of North Carolina, Secretary intormed this Ordinance. J II. WILLIAMS.
Mr, Manly is a compromise candidate coma amore verli-'ioffT J'JU-work during said lime, are
in favor of MrClayfb and that extended discussion on the Eulject.! of the Naur.Mr. that the books and accounts are in the hands of Geo.V SEC. 7. lIe further OrdainrJ, That for the performance Jure29.t'5O. 25O .

compromise, up- Rues, of Missouri, Secretary of %'ar. -\ Hutchins, F.q., for settlement, who is duly authorized ol the service herein required to be per -
on that iaeue }U also run TIf formed the Marshal, he shall be entitled to 44 A Cooper Wanted." :
Mr. Nathan K. Hall, of New York, Post to receive and receipt for any an j all monies by City .
I
nun respectfully, receive Mich fees and ation the !Inttndjrl
as
these are the issues upon which Mr. Master (;leneaal.: go. due me.It rompen NE who can make TURPENTINE BARRELS,
Your most obedient servant, that and all indehtcd may allow : and the City Treasurer is hereby requi and
is earnestly hoped persons coine welt
Manly te to any recomtnenjed lor
ion the first hoist bis industry, can
although
to
Mr. CrittenuVu, of Kentucky Attorney and red"to him the same, the requisition of the
,
name, ve thaU talc MILLIARD FILLMORE. will Rive this notice duo consideration, pay upon find eaplovn.ent at hut waee.. Slake application.' .
it down -
and run vp some General. without mve me the unpleasant InlT.dant. lo
W. MILLS chairman. settle up aelarvand McNAUGHT & ORAIOND.
one titc. If State policy is to be forgotten in esq., ::1 r. Webster's nornbiam lou was unanimous necessity of going, to law for the same. Passed in Council, July S, 1VA Newport. June C9, 1->.)0. -
a cnmds &A Now Mr. 1S50. 23 S. S. SIRLEY. D. P. HOGUE, Infendant. -,------- *
fcuMaiiiing the Reister' on notwithstanding Fillmore wrote ly and tn tunily confirmed, July 27. --- --- -,
tLe.c A true copy-Alte t, H"
questions, we shah: tu>t give our humble that letter in 1638, when the sentiments of G.V.. HcTCiiiM, Clcik. Blacksmithing.'he .

Stjte for Mr. Maul-ilia h sure. Ad| as we th North much less hostile Turpentine Axes, &ci July 13,1&50. 27 HEundersinedrespecfa1lvinforxn j I
Sfty, w eay a large number c.f Whij about M-ere toward the SECOND DESPATCH.WAfciiiXrtTox. supply of the above Axes; al'*' No. public generally that. baring -

here that we have conversed will The truth South than at present, we frankly confess that July 21, AFRESH and ia! Ca-t Flows, exira points ; Sands Mackerel.i ojeda superior Horse Shoer,'he iff '
'fthe Spear's Cut and Wrought NaiU.&c., ice. now prepared to execute all work in that lioa in a
ted natter K that Gor. Manly can be clec- he dees not occupy by any means a place in the All time Cabinet appointments noted in tim)' & Received per Brig Emiwlsnp.and for sale by, I 1 and 2 in i bt Is., i bbli.. a-nd! i bbK. for superior; manner, and CD usual Ierixi.I .

opou no such ittuct. We say this ,0 guard frout rank of anti.slaery men; if we understand despatch l<> you yesterday !have been confirm McNAUGHT & ORMOND. .NOS. S-SKXIGHT F PAYNE.
w fco\truor T 2m, : June 53, J 550. 25 tf
Ftferuiry 1650.
against kuch a courtc as has hi* poiitjon.? Seward is much more vj' ed. : cptMt, '





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PROSPECTUS STABILITY \.-PERPETUITY. MEMPHIS INSTITUTE I I ittiI .UCrnjmlmt5.. Sijc: itoriiutt Sl 3ounwl. ,f--- B1lLhlt5 (Earb-g- $ -
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"THE SOUTHERN PRESS." $900,000. 'HE regular course ol Lectures in this Institute CottonflrojI cra-c--

N association i ufci%''.'.1 htf'Jctn'wr\t Congress -- I. will convner.re on the firlll1f! November, and In Chancery.) PUDLSIIF.I: ) IV: CtV! S\TClm."r.XliG.: __

A S-nitors and R pr"3'nallh.I'e constituted j THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. continue until the last of February. The Anatomical John P. Duval'..CorapUinant. > Bill of Injunction. "DERRY & towus
the mdisi2ii a Committe to "U1II intend the es Depratment will be ow'n and ready to receive T K :t s : ,

U'Jli.dlment'f:1) Southern l rt' Washington\ City, i or M\V YOUK-NO. :3"i J WALL sT., students bv the fust t ot (O. loh'r. The Medical De John a"pl'Hint Fcmtane, sati-fact.irily, Defendant. to) the Ceum I that Jhn THREE DOLt. \"" per ainum.if pai.! in advance. N Ceniiristion ar..Ytlnn, It I"rchat 11.1'11 bti.1ii.,4,, as Aucsm .r.'ff" ,

tobe devoted to the p'l.ilion| and dt fence ol Southern ptrtlIlcul111\ be iinderlhedncclior-(the following ]JT. | THREE .\st A HALF if pii: in tin-
: \ ET Accumulated Fund, S,11"1.., t ls9, $ 'JO. l .Fonfjtie I flu Di'lt-iubnt. tl"1I1I1I1 I'l'.id to tie seiUug d nfll'U fm alttr.tlr'nwho
Rights and I Institutions d.."emulation clf T Four. IQLL.\RS, i it not p.iid u'4 til I the end of I he year Vlanttr aud
information Nmthern and the I 1. ij..J' s.-1-uiely invested in Bonds and MoiUagesy I'ROKKsSOUS. Stale, but in the State ol G qia : It ii Orilerttt, may not find it convenient "i lu atiYrf""W I : :| "!.

correct of Political .\a to P.lic"without, refei- \ real estate l i ri this citY. and Bn.oklvn! and stocks / Fr.rr.M, M. D Piofessor of ""310m,.. That I he said John Fontane, (I.) ap'ar! .mil answer I 3CJThese terms \"ill he rigidly adhered (to, and fci the .0 arrival i fir I the steanwr." Rttn ?r<1".n r

course the old lines 4in ot generally and, Demnetat.Atrangementf ol the State and CiU of. New-York and UnilcdStates R. S. r.WTO'\. M D. Professor of Surgery. the said Hill of f Inj'inctioi: in this ca"filt'd, within no paper wilt be discontinued ulIi\a1l arreara:.-s are the fpotlle.v111: be reatly; to lake an -fd ahl'I"*"

enceto party Whig G\'o'nl1lpllt. II. J. 1I'J.cr.1. I D., Piofessor, of Theory and, Practice thr'-c mouths from date hereof. .Ind it i* furthtrOiJfreil paid unl<*-! al the option el the ruhli! hf'ti. Subscribers the market 'thai may oiler. \artgeot

the HSof) are jdha nol in progress under, the!>romi titles>tly nt.
faille. .. paper ,' tntJprll!pt'l mil busine-s. th-.wl'tlwn.t.. D., Professor of Pij! !iolo ; once a week fjr the pace ol Iwo mt.nlhlII s,>me DolI.Hix, months at $1 50. F. erj otdi-r lor the crate, and pn>mpt returns made. .. *f' "toJanu.iry *. ''

"THE:: SOUTHERN PRESS" i Tlie Compauv, declared a dividend! of pro.its of fifyUvo 1'.It liuub'zv, Mineralogy ai.d Geology. uewspiper printed in (the cit> of TalUha-isee, State paper i out of iliis county must be accompanied! _i'l.! ;( tf

far Ihe conduct of which, $uitble Editor have bocnngaged per cent on all 1 exiting i I i policies on I the :3UI J. KIN-'., M. I D., Professor of Mat.iia MedicaThe :.fQrr iJ. the cash,, unles the order comet through any of our _-_ -

(- who, will .Uo leceive the aid of a mun'jerof : of January, I 1Mb.t rapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence. THOMAS CALTZELL, Judc. regularly authorized agents in the Stale.A LEWIS &. A .l siDK.rtERS -

tmilet and able contributors.There t All the Profits are diviled among tha Insured. J. Mii.ro\ SANPEHS, A. M M. D., Professor of A trIP: copy-Alt *?t,

will be both a tri-weekly and} wt.1h' issue Chemistry an.1) Pharml: r. SCAR .A. DIVERS, Clerk. IfDRUGS.
.I..h amtimti1" "II i. flVIITISETENTS
-the latter to contain subtantially the same Theptetnuitns are pvaMe the J. A. WIL-OV, M. D., Professor ot t Obstetrics andlisea.ts J'I' 2':), 1 1",1.'! t>.i otn MEDICINES: PAINTS. Olt .
reach 8nnll.lI1..1'. iintiteily, interest Iving added on Will he i inserted aI'the rate of One Dollar per"qu"i re
m (he farmer and intended to those I\oilt cfIhecou'itry ; Women and Children. Toilet .rtirluurumerr! &
mil facilities are limited.A I j I Jel..1 red pav'incuts. In Chancery. twelve lines for the firt.and fifty ecritsfnr eachsiiSseipient r., \find6/GI NSi ;
'hot
) will be added should it The casirpiiuciple) adopted, by t this Company secures CI.J? Q1JF. I.r.CTUREBS. Join P. Duval, Complainant ) I insertion. A reasonable deduction PAINTERS' BRUSHCI-AXD Co..OJU. !

l U.il'i'oue JI'rtaft'tl and I to I Ihe$ pirlies lot \\ h-O-e benefit ( he ill-urant't'- Ilr.-I''f.s"r I II.I J I IlrLCE.Surgtri I r$ Kill for Injunction. will be m.iil on I-gal notices! (It.tl'n..li't'll. .yearlv A pot h' t'U'ie.' iJi.s M'an/ f .
11 delm 0'necessary press whole of the advantages, without .-Pinfessor" I H.{ S. Nviosz. [ t\t
'eop1eouihe Southern States. ar Hlected, I Ihe / T. B llowaid. Defendant.IT > l notices without alteration, by persons: having |II|
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j :' i I them t'I the heavy drawback! ot ..icxumuUted FRKK.MN M. I Anatomical Demonstrator. with the officI' p Kabovcor.stantly un hand arid fOf"ale
The! paper will not be &%exclusively political--but hu'.ijectiu;; appearing I., Ihe o.Iti..l.tcti.t of the Court that regular accounts I lowest nurket at(I Ii.
embrace on its broad sheet the General News of I pieinium notes.i The lee for a lull coune of Lectures amount to T. I B.; I Howard: I the Defendant, does not reside in All announcements (candidates' for office, rivr prices.

wi1 day. Dome-tic and) Foreign by mail and teleprapli Persons may ellect insurance; on their own livesaiHlhe one hundred and five dollars. |ti.> Slate, but in the Stale ot Georgia : It it Ordrrtd.Thtt POI.I.\RS-invariabl*. in advance. No attention Tallalia4Qee. 'inv'mhpr LEWIS & A' f["<

; Comin"rciil and Asricultur! Intelligence. I I lives ol olhets. married women can insure Each Professoi's: t ticket Sl.I :;. 1\Iarl iClllator's .."). I he : iid T. B. I Howard I d. appear and answer: will be paid to any order for announcement,unlessarcotnranifd -- --:-f.1- is 17. J

Criticisms, Original ESM\I., Literary and Ihe I life of her hutlund.) t the b:'netin of which DernonstratiM's Fee $10. Graduation $':fI. tie Mid Bill of I Injunction, in I this care filed, wiihi-i with t the cash.All sIMOu TOWI.B.TOWLE. '-; ; -J- -

and Literary I ; and, I in shoit, all I I those u m ernesof a re secured I11. lax fur the exclusive use of hersell or Tho e desiring further infoimation will please ad. hree monthsjftoni dite hl'r..of.lnd it ii Ordired, religious: m trri.>4e, and obit ry notices published & .\pr I

Mitctlalu.tli i, the collected agregateofwbicti children. dres I their letteis ((!"st paid) to (lit Dean : and students That a copy of this order! be published once week, -iraluito'i-Iy ; but editorial! notices for pri. PAPY,
general Itl't valuable !I Clergracn and all others,l I'J1tlcnlllflon salai ics arming in the city will please rail on him at vate benefit w ill be charged advert JitlornfTs and! fcnimcllcr!
constitutes the interesting and for I the) space! of t two months, i in ne\paper printedin at Law IHAVING
1t"pallr.fre [ are .erially i invited I to avail I themselves of a resmirce the Commercial Hotel. R. S. NEWTON. ,
cre will be taken lo Ii\'t full and CdHtct i ; the cit) of Tallahav: ", State aforesaid.THOMAS 'formed association

]Iortt ft I the Proceedings and Debates in Both Houtes$ whereby their surviving lamilies may be secured ])rnn fifths Faculty.LAW I I 1.\1.1 ZLLI.! JuJ t". Jon WOltK. will attend an the several tar CO'1r11tc theprjr.r I['
I Iron the evils i I of' '. DEPARTMENT. ;
Congress as the action of the local Legislatures penuiv.Pmjihletsevplaiiatorv A true '-Attest, Middle 'tP
copy Circuit
aCI of t the principlesof, Mutual ) We Ire \1.11 prepared to execute Job Wnrk,3'ich ut Florida and in the Di-triei, ::
juestijn.: I lion. E. W. M. KI.NU Professor of OSCAR A. :.I YEllS Cll'l!. r(.
on and"illustrating its aJvantage-i, theory and Brattice as hills rard, blanks oamphlt'lf, &c., will h neat- of I the U.S at Tallahassee. All>iisinf.e
A limited numb onlv ol Advetlisements' will be Life Insurattce, t of Law. June '>'.), I lSu) .r 3n I to their will rUS'4'
received the main t ; lurnUh i with foimsof, application may Its obtained at I Ihej ______ ___ ___ u _____ ri<-!s and! despatch. All work of this dt'lcrir.tion.t''ict"jll care. receive pioiiiptatttntion.
to Professor
object being a laigesmount JOHN of
DEL.AKIELP lo'h] Commercial for having, yearly accounts with 83-Office h: Ira I the Capitol.
of of its persons
Wall
: st. ;
3-
j office of the Company, or any In Jofteraon Circuit Court.
of reading matter. Juii.piudonre.TEUMS. the o'fiVe, mu-it be piid for on delivery.! February 17. lsl!. 7 I

The J'3pf1 will be "printed on :sheet equal in size I. agent -S0 per Session. iMaitin i Palmer, __u __ __ __ -- -----_ -
TRUSTEES.Jos. --- -- -
toiiioe oftht! other Washington papeisand the matt All communications pertaining 10 this cleparln l"'. SPRING GOODS. 1EDICAJNoTcj-: -

rial vill be procuied especially for the purpose.It I I 11. Collins, David C. C*dden l must t be addressed to E- W. M. KiNG' H..j.) Catharine Ellis and: Charlotte A. Parish. F subscribers their Spring

i; confidently hope that every true; liieixl to I Wm J.HvsI..p, Alfred IvlABids Memphis. T.nn.. Feb. M, I**), rrlI are just opening Dr. Charles T. Darby
thf South will aid in ; oubsciitu-rs and forward I R. I McCtudv, W !). fletI*. ; CiIIlo sell residence of (estate of James L. Parish to Stock which has b.Vn well and carefully-
ptocuring
the names, with the amount subscribed to I Fied S. Winston, Joseph. Blunt, Faculties for intellectual pay debt! due Complainant.TN lerted by an experienced hand!, consisting of f Staple n ESPECTFULLV: ( announces to thepabti'cij en.
Th abilities, InPut'ollh this it from the and] Fancy Dry floods, Hardware, Groceries, Oils eral that he has permanently located .
tame Southern Representative at Washington, 'foi Jh- C. IV. Faber IsiacG. Pearson came appearing bill which wa himjet
\\ I and pi r.fessionable acquirement| compare Paints and Glass, Hollow-ware. Stationery Monticello! I' Florida and will be"found '
with. John Yelverlon, Henry W.-H.s .. i I i Jefferson Circuit Court on I the 7lh day ot Crockery at '
) are authorized by law to ie4iiit ub- Theo. Sedgwick! Wm. Mooie.Stacy favorably; with t thenu'sldi-tiiiicuisheuiii i i our r omit iy. April, I 1"11.) which hill is vcii'ied by allidivit of Complainant Furniture, Clothing, &c.&c.in short everything I unless professionally er se.t.! Strict altentjn' 7'
Iotmaster The Medical: tacuity constitutes an anomaly in this u needed by the planter and his family. As be paid to all professional calls.
ciiplion (tee ef1o.1ae.r4,3. B.Tollins Xebedee Cook, I that Defendant, (Callm ine Elli, residesbuvond "
John I II.I Swift, J nn\ Miller, or olh'rcou.tr\-all the ( of them are abe! lecturers (he limits( of the State of Floiida, namely in ureat paif of our stork i is Imiight with cash, we are -1\13' .<, ISt'J.I IS
TKWIS: -
: and best t I teaeh.r.'Ilitie "
the Setsion of and Jaht! : \Vads\voith. David A. Cotniilock.I who will (the Stale Alabami! : enabled (to give- good b'irjaiiis. 1'1,3"1" call and *ee.McNAUUIlT I ( i i.:11:: : -
during contemplate our ; U 1'
Tri-weekly (nnI'IIc. Geographical posilion & ORMON'D.Newnort ( ) I I X SAUCTIONEER
: he iecesittse will be, | S. \I. Cornell, Robert Sh! >It'l. of It M thrrejore Ordered, That publication he male] ,
? daring price and the extent
e2ui.wt.ckiy our population; have .
can
nodouiit 1H lS:) I 11Groceries
,
Gouv. M. Wilkin*, Jjmes Charnbeis, in some newspaper in Tallahassee.) Florida. for four April
JIM annum. $: as to the ( "' ihilil oi.rsiltiation, for I
0
enterprise -
an -------
John V. I. Pruv.i, Joseph Tuokeiman, months successively, requiring said! Catherine Elli: : }
'r".kt.\Jatt.} 2 1 of I the kin,I.ito, health, i including all seasons ; &C. ,
mut be ; Fred. Wluttlesey, MOSPS II. (Grinncll', to plead answer or demur to said bill, on or tictoiethe T.1LL.IIMSSKE, }'LI.
paid of ihc that
f'rice.f tuh.iptinrl innriah t'ar.c deny ANY oriiEn CITY received Schooner William I R. Ftttes from
Chll'lth', Wm. J. Bunker, first 1 Miindiy' in ,'pl.'mJI'rl1lxtorlhp"amewill'he TUST per
j a advance and thecasli the name enf. HAS Mom:. RPFIR TO
arcotnjtany Jnhn C. Cinder, E-i-ene Dutiih, :.Ik'n Jl/ () r(///>! II. ami! .sl down for hearing fopiute -. .1 New Origan,
All fcrson .procuring ten tuiesshiil, bet-ntitled A common otror exists l in the minds of mm s'u-' St Louis Flour Rio CoCVe Messrs. H. flown, J. \V. An;vi.r, D. C.
Witv
Walter Joy Fraud-S Lathrop, at the Fall! Term of said Comt. .,
receive .Cl\v giali i1 lor one >'ejr. J.O.Thatcher. .1, n1! lelalive: i to I the place ol studying nieJirii.e; ; TIIOJ1.JLLTZr.Lr., Judge &c. Tolocco White Beans, 1'. Ii. J 11.GGT. J. J HoDso.\diidJ.T. \RCHU
A. P. BUTLF.K- Allied Pell those who intend r.icticing March 10 H4&.
| among (the diseases of 19
JACKSOX Ionrox.n JOSEPH:: i B. COLLINS) 1'rttiilfHl.I5AC May 7, l,-">!). Olive Oil, Orauges, _
the Westand Suuutlihoul.l, certainly educate themselves -- -- ---- -
Tt)i IM IX. Ann \Tl' Srrrft'iry. hose A true copy-Teit t. Brazil Nuts, Lemons, J. L. SHIELDS, 31. -
at a school w Faculty are D. S.
practically acijuianted BO'lD .'
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JO.?. IlLfNT Ctt'intrUoi. C. r.. FIFE, Clerk. Whiskey, Rum D.
Tit1'!() ') with I those disease
H. r Tallahassee.January M., II ts.V IS -tin Gin, Claret Wine.For .
,
I JAM'N .UWUg't. v
CJiJlilitoTs, and papers; friendly to the enterprise, 2 That the public may l b. satisfied: of (ho perrmnancy _u ______ __ n __ __ __________ s'tle by Drs. SHIELDS & BOND
will "'please publish 1hi. Pro-ppctus, which wi. Ut, I Ii-Vj. -y ol Jhi !'chonle I Sect it our duty! to state i that In ALFRED I-:. HOC. ,
Chancery.
Jill them with the AHvho I liio and forma awM-iafed thern"eUr* together in
to an evolutive l' newspaper. I Tnistees Faculty IT.MT j in action, Much "JO, 1 1-10.< 12 HAVING td
cotnfily tnt h t this request will scud a copy t fIbe COTTON GINS which augurs well for m its I tnt we succes*; and! t that CIRCUIT COURT MONROE COUNTY FLA.[ -- --- of Medicinp! Surety &c., ofter: Ihm

piper r'lhilii.it In th,. Committee.Washington $ I S the pecnliir i inlcinal organ mzitt ion which connects M \' TKIOI: l',oO. Watches, Jewelry &c. service to the citizens ol Quiuc Jttd thesnrrtm...!.
.
: MM'I, J 1.Vl." I them cannot be i ut em a u1dt ed. inj c"urtry.uinev:
-- JI-SSK: 1I.\VA'l'SON, K: M. W. Julia Thistle b\ her next friend), Hiram") fJ"ME: subscriber have jnsf rereiJ. ( ; Anz"sf U. t t--tf'. 3!
KIXG.: :
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TEA COMPANY :' : ) J. ved) a umxl supply ot Goods, I -- __ __
THE ASSAM (UN L\Xl'I'\C-rt.mn, I'r oiidc nt if fie 'I'atttftu. IIWr'! f D' rce.llezekiah :: \; Thomas Jeff. Heir
HI Glmt I srm:l r. NBV t: VOUK. J\J..1tI. t c ;(. h fim ThisJl j jI' pC"l. am'.ng which! are t ,

XT.1 ''aTs.'iiri.. L{-c Cimn'y (;corgi; ___ ___ __ _n ___ _____ ____ J L. J 1":11l.IIlfl' : : Level Watches ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW
prn1i"nr.! bp to call the attention 'it ron- j TrkOOF l.-ivina been male. that -/.ekiah L-Thi- ,
I Silver Levers
THE)"elh\ i i..i Tea, and the betds of funilie. lo ', 't:"I 7"iJULf) I) i inform hill i Iriends and I the public crne- J. M. WILLIAMS I'I .1_ t tie r'i i I ks .,uf ..f-the ,t tie of FI..rull. It i, Or. L*".\"pii tiusj :and I plain: Watches, WILL practice-in the Ciinit Conit in earh

tHe d.ir al1\ rare .pectin| of 'f.! ..*. ;imported l Infhtn. j' \f rotl"I ': that he continues i I the above Iuiue..1 H\ .pi.t' rcceiv.d pei Sclu.V.. R. Pclfe, from t (dtrtd iipuR; motinn of S. n1 iIhr. r'I. (,..m.pl. Chains, Seil.lilt! K-js of the Mid.hp fire ir. and in the Sn-

$ and hitii'n ''::1'0\1 in tiii iiiiin.' which, 1Iillo1.1 stall! cIlr.) '!ht' x\illbe! happy suply| 'IIII'r.j I e Oilrai.s, .\nallt'" Snliritnr, I that a her m :g of I the t.irlsrhar- BraceletBosom Pins, Kings, Earrin. preT.e Court and Unite! States District Court a

by their (r* '.:tee aid {1.li..(' ', c 'U'.intt with *'irfiurity j I with a firt r>,Ie ntisle. As an evidence of lhqiliIr Flour, Bacon Siles; and Shoulders One sed in I he Complainant's Hill be hall ; and hat a Bixrun i Hut t to.'. Sleeve iiuttons, TnIlt'assce.

I 'Q anj strensth, pimlucv 411 intu iuu ol ar- .j of hits work, he'wlluht slate that out of t the notice i there-nf be pubithe! .l in smr.e pllhl! ic newsjiaper Jold Pen and Pencil I Cases, Jlonticello, Jnnnary, I 1S1S. 23
and (aamnr. laize iinni1inr sold b\ him the !t lint one has Hogshead choice Brown Sugar -- --- -- ---
1..tcq ridllptl pa year of this State fur f!hesp.tr'' of four" mouths least. Gold Pens in Silver C.,-e", ----

i'c Tfar oflfred "'V 11f.n11m"t; : fail d to give pi-lied, tItli..faf'liuo-anl': would a* ii-f- For tIe] :a. l 10\\ as aiij die ec. JOSEPH B. LANCASTER. Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons, CATIw Smnl,] [W. S. DILWOHTH
.
*J1ie JedJo Kiuaui. a mak l T. 1 per Hi erenre, irivellie name ot mr one who Ins utl.f hiGiiHiu .\ pill -,>n l. l ":;11. I '> Judge Sotilhein! Circuit. ?

+ Niphoj. ia. .' O 75: j U'C. I He i is i;ioti'ndnn; I to enlarge hiAe.stublisli.tnent I -- __ _"___ hP\' \!Vel.' M.rrh 10. I-.T-I.:; 1-2 jn Marble Cantors Clocks.Platnl < and r.t"71. ] DLATTORNEYS J e.iIl 9J"V,
ti which: meanlie U' ---- -- ---- -- -- -- poons Forks
N ) an. dt. c : ''t cmi-idi'iM1)! this car, \ will )Dr. oodniM'Dysentery Cur j Setts of Waiters &c. ,
ACTION OF AS *4 O a Green IVa, I 41' 61 he enabled t<> Iii'! (trd.rwlneli( :la-t: ream he w. un- V<'EtIli1-4'i ATTACHMENT.Hk
TOWLE & Inr.S.lar : )IOXTICELLO,1-'LOr.IO.\
.' Tou-tsiai, d... 06 0 7:1 aWe to d-.) with Gins pn-s.-ible, *iij enor to I'P\ Mutliei's Friend all.1 l Lupiid' Calliartic } T. !Jlcker.I" .
4. Td.tsia d.. Jli manufacture i in Southwestern" };J. I lletiiiiktlut I Dr. nOI'I-1 .\lIti-Ih..u", Pill, rs. \m'lflll sworn" _to $1,117 0. : (h 21. .5,1). II I July ", IS I 19. -J7

eiuble him to make )r. I lutiue'.u C"lIqo'llitI :' \3plht.. J 1).'r .1 II. lhuij t.s -:,").) l OfJ. ------ ------ -- ---- --
*4 Ud-fi Mi\tuie, a oimtmi'id; of ci.'iv year's e\perie ce a Hnr _am. r. P'\'P I !
the un>st rare ;and choice little b.-tiei article. I I Dr. Littlc'sToi.i'Mitter: -ToniclMls, and Vermitusi defendant a'td :all other persons intere.-ted. Buggys Buggys A. E. MAXWELL

T"a* tfrmvti nil the fertile fieiujja; prartiralin' .luiiic, and) \\ithald..1 "tnmed: *, Lucina Cordial I"11111- hen-by tiotifk-d of I the coniinfticeipent of the JUST received at my Carriage Repository: \Yrt:1j'

*nd j;ni4l soil nf Asmtn. I f to) that nune but (;iinsol thr wry fit-t t cla
With avicwtoenc().) 01 10 ** without t- ps, \.\71 ILL attend all the tWt of the )Middle fir.

jjmtcIib'is Tt'.t", it i is lb in1.tiii in ol tif propiietors to op.-r.i1e to theali.1.uCt' .'uI 01 l I the puichascr. Uewill Dr. Murfihey's s'u.jr Co.ited: An'i-Kevtr Pills, the rirciul Court for I the Co'intv
t. 4i"'ri"I4' h I.lt. a'nt\A 1 the Imjrdiafm', a 'I'ulltitf i deliver I them tree Itf charge to purchasers at I Dr. Lenv's \'.- .dhlt'' I ITinvcrsal Pills, <>f Florida .unl plead In the d'! ''antion filed! tiierein 1 ""roml-t, ml Cairyall, Tallahassee, Oct. -27, l lv. 42
,
I Dr. PeterV Vegetable Pills.Mite'iiell's which will be "<>H on I he (test of terms. --- -----.
) Te4 c juil% to l the Ur 1 .f'nil' prowls on the saks4tfecIeJ. their pli'italiotn.Allenj \LUrr'YX: (; ,
I l-4-h purch.i-.er will revive fO.tcl"'Ji.d in I njr-nt' mvl!<. with his t travellinsAy-'nt*. I Eve 'silve, and Thompson's Eve" ,Water AII"rneHI"r' f PldiiitifT. .Also on hand SuMIes P.t idles, double and -n'lsleHarne.ss H. BRADPORD/

the pirlctje, a n mli''rl'd rliti'iie, outitlins, him to or ordprto I Ihe Pioprietor at l 1'.linyia, tdull be ]M'tfl-ilt's: Plurnix Bitter and Life Pills, AntiS 1 in, 1:.'0. 11'I :tm I and every variety of Good* and \Vares nsuallv LA'iJu Q JlJ' :'t1 ,A1' iL I.' 1:1J,
Dr. R .s.'- Couih Sviup, found in a rfilyry! l.rahli<}mont ; and all kinJ
the ditributjoti, (orcctc fiflv ("ufo nr 1.'Ifc1ultceJ'n>q'hlecClt)Is am.lllllt.II' t.i tf} ','"1", 'OrJ-U"painng jirojierly done in 1 the most durable (;.rIUI.ll' Stii'ijlitoirs Bitters.: The above well In Attachment.Albert of(work dyne at the shortest t notice &c. 'rallaha ser, Florida.

the orat"rtntll..J. paicels: n' 1't'li. to the value of I tnanncr.ftjlle. known ""popular rnneilu (for sale by 1). E. HULL. April :I\ };(). 15
:
lea per c.3t, or t *'o tho:i'and <1'il.irsvtll| t h- given ( i- :il<'. Agi'tit (for the ,1tl.! of Pha'itnan SHIELDS I I : & GOLDWIRR, lieswick! March I'",, 1-s'O. 10

e&y a* bi ns.es..VI !afC'.rdilu '0 tlii ruU'.wio scale : I, KiM-iair .v. Co *s CAS ino.v IIOJ.m: roxvr.n suI June I ::, ,:0. Vt: (hats (Juincy, Fla. vs. > Dtbl iSI" 1 C7. \7. G. K. DAVISTTOltXlY ,

A prizs ut 1 lbs. Te d at $1 l 0 t. 21 Ibl. or '!'.!u.' 1 (:I \R MILLS I ill Southwest, n Georgia and) Florida. defendant John Uns and(.! all )other interested Claret Wine. .\ A'I LAW,

2t) .' 2t.. 4' t ffJ, t $9 t U j1)fJ.f1) Contracts c.n be mad: with my Travelling! A2"*nts.Any Notice to Turpentine Makers THE lake notice I the institution persons of I ih* ''OVf FEW cases superior S!. J alien just received taken III,> his ab..te at Tall.ihassee, aRd will
Ie '4 1 t"t< 5'',J .1 U fl'i'i.' I info, wauled with regard 11. HAS
malion to t li<; (1t..1 i andofiPiatioti and for sale
I to any who wish enter into suit in Jefi.r! ;on Circuit t'ouit by a't.irhtni-nt anti bvJro in the Courts ot the Muddle Disluct,
pcr-'on (ti the
JIWB50 5" u 1 M, 5t t at '0 "HO.a f.f thcsi mills can be obtained by adilrci *. OH may .\GIIT & ORMOND.Newport .
?
business.' A alllll'll.ad to I lie d.I.tatioillilt.d! ; i in Hid and ot" Franklin and Jacks ') Counties.2IIJIC1I .
I young man, with( a family lii, appear case,
.4 .0 %\
1" j O iy.vj '
l'jrt i Pilmvra Lee .
at Co-inlj 1'J II
tus:2 tilt' Georgia. April I I 1'1)'
.
has had several I'II., experience in rnkinirTuipeiitinr : on 01 betoie I lie n', t (Fall Term of sai i I Comf.CARAWAY t. --- 9, b"JI) J
-- Match :W.ls.V'). 12 )1y
4i I I in I thf \'j I( illily < 1)ril.ew all. 'Jilin' Ihs.perians S.I'.'). -- ----- CabinetMaking.rMH .
_ und. r-I.mud- I the jirnce-s I Ihoroughlv, wishes lo take At Lou:tey for Plamtitl.July Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c.
"nHlse who prefer lower pri/x-d To.", cati Agency of |:' -"J'-Til.nr taken the
having
their chame of a business I the fiisuuir, Fail, where a C, l'31)(). 2-3 "Sm c--. -
receive prizes in proportion, or they will he iyf.lirieiit JSii .
- DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. ip nnd Ware-R"on recently
miintier of hand-are --- - -- -- ----- --- un-- NASH & TAYLOR
to alid! him
Hnrl.
cc
re.purdma4ed for cash, at a deduction of lo per cent.ftj ) ;:jEI Jr; :::::::::;:; .g occupied by Mr. Gerard Vin et, briets.is '
: Cou itr* Agents reqnired. Applicati'insj H.Ie ]pULMOXAUY \LS\M I. I'ecti.i, : I-\pK-ior.n.t.: ; a libeial salary. or an intt ie>t in S lie Ju.iness. For Notice. x : 11 T H'LD rt."i,ecttiliv: ;inform .their
Cabinet
:.Url'ueJ (postpaid) to the Coiajiany's 1J"lwt.3' i, l'iilm"u\ I.inii.1 .ml, 1'ure and .M 1..dirIlJlI(< : Cud ,i luHhf-r! paitir-i'ars' address W. II. II, ".1Ji ot C. 1'3U1i weeks after date, I shall apply to the for |repared Manulactureall hand kindot a.snrtr.ienrwluili FurnilMie "fn..ad" anil the public, that the-

auftvcJ Liver OilIli.IJ; ) j p"'IIC; ) Mixture, NVuine, V..jmitn I II I :Middle i FI"rila.June I. orable Jud. e of Prubite in and! for I the County a-id hasMnA-o'i' a good 'if have jll..1 received a new supply ol5n.Klj.i .
cash. GEO. DAMON.
I c, I}.'Iuu1r4t I'.e' SMtijt.I I llt-drt (Coiiictur I IIutn I I I.I, I IS''IJ.i 23 3m will be sold !low f fnr
r Madisgn (for leave the Walter
sell f Perfumery
1Uti" ". I'i5c}. H m to real estate of the shortest notice and .. eou51.iirig; ot Medicines ,
Furniture repaired at on
--- -- ----- -- Correct, ( .iui.h and Cttlurtic; 1'ilU i Female Pills R. niackb'jrn, late of the County of Jelersonde- tnm Soaps, &c., &.c, which, added to their former
Janmrv 19, 1 ISoO. 2 t'rn
reasonable
Nunn's & Clark's Female Specific, &t'., &,., used by him coiteUnlh Notice. oeased : said! estate 1> ins; and b. in: in t the County --- -- stock r not U-iis since reet-ived. makes their a.-ssoit-
---- ----
&LKRRATED PI.ANO' :warranted :-0|. <5|, and with unprecedented, s ; in (he treatment ofCold LL creditor" legatee' *, and perscns entitled !o \I utlinri All per. lli inttrrsled will plea-e take ''THE Quincy Male and Female Academy merit nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen tbitdo
C <, Coughs, Coiisuniplion hma. I lleait t I Diseases
: It dislril-ulioii in the due notice theieuf. nut wish te Medicines, can call and examine
and 7 Octave gra-id: action Pianos..ffiolian t iate i.l Louisa r 15. Newton, 1. re-opened January 71 h. The ?econd session p'ireiiase
-.'!,. Dyspepsia, ScroluU Skin Di.eloj.-s, Itheumalism |jte ul' Leon Oouutv ilt-cea-ed are htrebv notified ELI.\S LASTINGER: Adm'r.June will comm'-nce June l::th. Students may enter at our stock ol Perfumery Soaps, i.c-

Attachment Pianos, with' I..,'Tn nr- Dr., Female FitchV CompUintPiles unequalled I Patent I &c.Silver, &.c.Plated Abdominal I that Mieii claiinxand ih mind-! will j be ham ic-ti at t the 2'2, I":O. 25 l Jt' anv time duriiij- the '\ear, and, after the second week May 4, IsoO. 17

a'ile Kitdi. Tile a'oovc ce.ebidit-d PidnohvanpUcatiotHo "cah hI' had Di. Fitch's I exp;. .1 i.,1 of I Iwo veai* I Inun I Ibis'd-ite, unless I the Notice. 'the le.iollI they WIll be charged only from the --- ----- ---- KNIGlhi ----
Sappoiterx Patent
Impiovt-d s. s.
I). WJLSO.Y.. ; ame' are Ahibiled to I the ,ub ciihcr; and all pfrwi.s lime 01 enlerins. Board may be had at prices varying ,
Si I Shouldvr Uuce: Dr.
Filth's
Spring !
Junel,1I1.I : 21 I tfGUNSMHING. halin* Tube. ; Silver III. who have any di'mands .t-iiiis.t, the said derea'urd are SIX months aftT dale, we shall apply ti> tie; from !S' to10 I per month. For further particulars \Wholesale; & Retail Grocer & Prorhion Dcjr!{ ,

-- ---- --- -------- S hirebv notified I o picseitt I them wilhoct i I M.\y, and I .' Jud.e of Prob-ite in and for IJenton see printed catalogue, which may be obtained I

I those I indebted 1 t said estate I arc now called Ujion tctu'ike Cumf\, fur' :a t1IsIIi( Ire from any further adminislralicdon by application to N. II. STEWART, TALLAHASSEE, VLORIDA.

DR. FITCH'S CCLnRHATED SIX LF.CTIIRF.S immediate pavmeiil In t I Ihe estate ot Charles L'tiiigdeceasedlate: of Jan. :*ti. 1.").>. 3 Principal. constantly on handnndotfers for safest l)

in the pieveiilii i nand cure of Coii!uniiliin| Ai lhma, PATRICK I SM ITIT. Adm'r. Henton Cvutv South Florida. ----- KEEPS advance on ci>sf, for cashaIl the staSh-

('UN-SMITH WORK of all descri-Uions. done liecM-cs of the I Heart, &c., nut. I on I the method of June i l."i, 1 I's'iO. yj: bw C. T. JF.NK'IN-5: ) Notice. ard articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities -

r with the uituutt: Precision and Despatch by pre-ei vi ng I Health and P.eauty to an old aye. This -- J. I n. ALLEN: 5W r-. months after date, I -hall present my accounts .. -Sugars, Cotlees. Tea, Bacon hams Pork

the sIm4rjtjt ,at his hoji uevt d,>oi' lo Dr. UarnardV. book should! be in ev rt' fjinily. To 1 the C"O Ulllp. Bacon, Pork, and Flour. June''Q, I&;,)). 21 I im SIX'II vouchers to the Honorable Court of Probates Soap Candles, Lard, and all similar article?-together

Particular attention paid to country orders and thepitrnnazeol 5 tiveit points out I he only lenmn'il/lt hope fcricluf. l ACON HAMS I SII IS.: AND! SIIOULUEftS.1U : for the Coun'y of Leon, and ask for a final settlement I- with Fruits Irish Potatoes, Onions, Qh
T<, int'l' hers, I directions! i it t iitcs for I lie 11 Notice.Rx .
all i is holici'ed. ( rare and bjin-N MeiVik. l and discharge as Eveciitor of the lat will Kaisins.Fi;, Atmnrid.and all utliet arucleu.iuall!

Door l.jck-i Hrl.ah'cd.oc.., &e.CII.RLE. eduction' childien, are. i valuable. 5,000 c 2U SI. Louis I Flour, months after date, I shall I a.I; j ly I to I the I liumior.t arid testament of William Turner deceased.MATHEW! found in lilIilar establi.hmt'nt

: DEMILLY. t this buok have pa-- 1 !l IorniiIu; I the precs, and f the Ju-,1 received per Schooner. R. Peltes, and for I I ". Judge t ol Probate! i in and fur I the Count} olJelfcrson TURNER. Store ne\ door above G. H. Meginni*$',C }Iaa.
"'..l1a1u.Pp.hy 1:, 1"111. alu continues unabated. For t-ale by S. S. Fitch & far ;"Iharl' Ihe Adrninistra "
20) ale by j. M. \\'IJ.I.I.UIS..rulI.c .J as one of ( February 2, 1" >0. -1 6m fot'slrel'I.
--- -- Cu., 7U7 I'roadvvav, Xew YOlk, and by S. 1 IS.'tU. 22 INS William J Bellamy, late of s.iid; County deesscd. --- -- -- ---- -- April 2>, 151 W. 17 ly

DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, SHIELDS &. tJOLDWIRE.Quincy; -- --- ------- --- -- SMITH SIM KINS.JelltMsin Notice.rpHE -- --. --- --- -- ----

(Offire) first Door \Vwt t of f Judge Ballztll's FloiidaOCJ Just Received.OUNDS Cmn'v, Jiutiary H,. I 1.fJ. 2 'urn subscriber having fitted up the TA.NERY GEO. H. BESTWICK
: Dr. rilcli'u Guide lo Invalids < r Direction) *, lo __ __ __ __u_ I ,
JlayJi, I'',11' -0( ppJIIUIl'i usinz Dr. Fitch's Heinedics be \had, grati. 10 I -flfl BACON IDF$. Notice. I .1. in this place known as Baker's Tan atlt. has Wholesale! i Retail (llroccry: i Provision PChI"TALLAIIAssF.E.
all kind of LEATHER!
hand and will keep
-- -- I of all hi. Agents.Jiml. 5IJUVJ O.OUOlbs.; Shoulders, now on I

_ THE TRUE MEDICINAL"COD l.1, IS-VJ. o.l tUan 1UUU( !Ih.! plain I llain*>, SIX.lIth$ after the date cf Ibis notice, I will tot sale ; and] will have fine ROOTS and SHOES I FLORIDA

--- -- --- 5 Sugar-cured vouchers and accounts to the I Hon. made to older. He has on hand a superior article of I T7"EEPSconstantl\ hand ai.d for sale at tfcIo
--- - J H IImj
-------- ,
LIVER OIL SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE -1') bjrieU Flour, Jud:e of Probate for Leon C..unlvlnr a final settlement iloubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return I\ \e-t cash prices, for cahall the article i ill

in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption :fJ \.I.i"k\, and di.ehara;,* fr'om I the l'::.tate of Dr. I. D. his thanks to the citizens of Gad.sden and Ihe I line 14f hu"i lIe 3. F'lofirsot best qUo1litie ,Sugt ,

USEFUL Asthma, itommeluilis'isli.t. HAVE just tercived a large and general assort- 10 iless I'OIk 1 Newton, late of said COllnl '.deC'a"'J. adj-! >ininr: Counties for theii past palronaze, aVj lay Cotlee Tea-, !Racon I tarns,s'ar.'anIIf''i. Nuls.R31

and all disej-es ol the Chest 1 at-d LIII1 II. A t-ujiph I t / of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 13 Prime 1'T1I1CISIITII.I Adm'r. to (them I that lie will continue to manufacture Leather sins, Lard, Whikcy, arid all other articles 00fi

of{ this valuable medirine i. just received, which ta !j Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which lhe\. will sell J hhds. New Od'an9511"a- March 2.1,1<-.'>0.) J 11-Urn; I I Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand! in Gadsden I found! in similar es-tabli-hmenf All persons wii*'*

warranted pure, and ol voiv sutieiinnpialily.For on Hie must I leasnfi.iMe' firms for' ra-ih or appiovedcredit. 13 kegs NaiN, County, near Quincy. He will be glad at alt times jug tt purchase any of the above articles, are re -
i f. Persons i i j
sale by LEWIS! & A iEJvJay23 icinctf will doellill wishingirenuine call '11I'Iult'ral"tlm.I.! 3 LJrl't-Ioo1 Old Rnnibnn Whi-key, Notice.SIX to exchange any ..f the above articles for (Oak Bark, I pectfully invited to call and price them beforebu

I IS5M.: 20 TaIlabatee, Fla. before, ..|.. heie.Qaiucy anti. examine their block Jrant1y: ,lIum, q ,i, Port er,and many other article. months after the first publication of this no- Hides, crippled negro buys, or his own paper. trig eUeuhere.6tore .

--- -. ---------- purchasing June 15 \ which. will be sOld for a \'ery small advance orrcoIWng .!. ( *, I .hall apply to Ihe Hon. James tl.: Bioome, :>- Good Boot and! Shoe makers of steady habits formerly occupied flY L. & II- Green5
I
Private Boarding House. -,---- -,-I 1S50.-. 23 llJan : delei,mined I lo give bargains, all shall find! it Judjje of Probate lor Leon County, for a di-rhar.e can have employment. k Co.,corner \luluot'a'lJ Jefferson streets.

Peas. Iheii intei eM 10 give the subscriber a call befme pur- Irom I the administratorship. of I lie eitate of George w. MCMILLAN.. Mav 12, tS4'. 1')

TC or twelve Gentlemen can be accomodalcd! ss 'ha"I11/< s. S. KNIGHT. Youngdeceased!, late of Leon County, Florida. Tallaha. 'p.Fthrnary 2. IS-.O. -1 ly ------

Djy Boarder,at the residence of Jjhn R. Lloyd, 110 IIUSHF.LS of 1'KAS tom sale by Tallahassee, June S, IS'iO. 22 DAVID! D. YOU G.; -- -. -- --- --- To the Florida Volunteers.
en 1\hnrot tllrf'l'f, next house to the tore occupi i I j S. S. KNIGHT. Adm'r. of George Young di.cea-.ed. JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
-- coIIeCti051
,
i June- 7T1 HE undersigned wilt attend to the
Mr. Leoa Br desirable I 1SOO. 24
Ly )anon tent AIM one Pure Sulphate Quinine. March Ifi, 1 1S3U. 10 Om 1!!A RTFORD. CON X ECT1CUT.r ( _L claims aaan..t Ihe Stare the United States
-- -- -- -- or
--
tArnished ---- -- ----
room now unoccuied] foi a guiitleman -
and tady or t MO dingle gentlemen.Tllihassee Dr. D. Jaynes1 Family Medicines, r 1'111sllh i I 'cril'fS have on hand t two hundred and! Notice. >UILDING, Stocks and Cotton Ware-house (tor services rendered! by, or supplies furnishf I8

May 1 ll.'is.'ni.! j 11)< his Evpectoranl, Hair Tonic Al. .! of' Sulphate! ol Quinine i which they persons holding claims again! James Black- JJ insured. ag.lin5110.s bv fire. Florida[ Volunteers railed into service of the Stale l

------00- .- COMPRISING have obtained diiect from the manulaclurrrs and ALL uIe laic of Leon deceased LEWIS & AMES, during the recent Indian outbreak.
I
-- Dye) Cam njnit ive l.ilsam! Tonic County, are no. "
Fruits, &c. Vermifuge, Sanative, 1'ills, and Ague Pills for sale by they will warrant illo be a suptiior at title. I tilid t that I I they mut t be prevented: to the uder..>i iined January 2f, t,;). 3 .Airenls Tallahassee. Being thoroughly con\r-.ant,, with all t! .
--- - -- -- --- --- sam"
TA1SINS, ORNGES: SHIELDS: &. GOLDWini:, We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines will-in the time prescribed by the statute, or this Garden Seeds. and businos necessry tr the collection of the full

IX ALMO.VDS, LEMONS, June 1 15, ]11)' 23 tJJin Quincy, Fla.Dr. by recent all i i\as| and are prepared execute notice will be plead in bar of their recoverv.EDWARD he flatters himself! he will be enabled tia > give SItb
. orders tar articles incur line at wholesale 01 retail Jr.CKLEfGIAdm'r. LARGE assortment. of fresh GARDEN SEEDS) > tibiae lion to those entru->fin their claims
- -- -- -- ---- A
APPLES. ONIONS
I HI Sil POTATOES, I:: S. I*. EdVIIeZId' Sirsipirilla. on I the most 5iccoinmodatin t i terms. May 2i. 1SJO. 20 81 just received from the celebrated garden uf (GJ 3 him.

MACKEREL in half barn!* and kitfs J Dr. Sand*' d>. We have also a few account* yet due to us for (the --- -- ------.- R. Garret son, on Long Island. For sale by Reference-All whoknow him.GEORGE .

PICKLED BEEF: TONGUES 1 r. Wood's dl,. year I 1819. They are generally in small amounts Notice. LEWIS & AMES. \W. HUTCIUSS*

Dr. Hull's do. but i if t the whole could be paid IIholll I ly, it would go January 5, 1S.:0. .r 3 February 2.J, 1 1550. 7
Just received auJ for sale
byJOHN fir towards months after date, application will be made
liquidatingceilain which SIX
Dr. Comstock's do. sums we owe.
McDOUGALL. the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon Countyor
LEWIS & AMES. S. S. Knight Court
Dr. Cum-itork's Pain Evfraclor. of Probate.
DecC'tnbt'r22.IS1 M June ( Utters of tlismis ion from the estate of Thomas
S 1850.
For sale byillfl'J.tJS: & GOLDWIRE:, 2i White deceased, late of said County. continue business at his old stand, where STATE OF FLoRIp\, sa. ? ATCiitMBtRS.WaMiinston .

Pain Killer. June I 15, h:l). 23 tUan Quincy, -.. SAMUEL C. WHITE( Adininist rator. WILL i hopes to wait on such of his friends as have County. ) March S, ISIO.

--- ---- ---- Groceries.lUST May 19,1S.)0. 19 Gm heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promising the matter of Sion Smith, Ginrdian ufBv
FRESH supply of Perry Davis' Pain Killer.just 1 that all shall have good article fair prices. IN E. Russ deceased
minor
S A Provisions, &c. received per schooner Petti from New Or. heir of Robert Russ,
received and for sale by .J leans Lard Oil, (pure.) Flour, Bacon, Lard &c. April 2'3. 1&49. 17 On the petition Stephen RocheandJam
T. WHITE & CO. A A BARRELS S' PORK,
'"
Novet .ber 17. 164fJ. 45 Agents. J.4'i4 0 do. Prime do. Extra t Sugared Hams JUST received from New Orleans, per schooner W. Extract Cmmalm Indus Long, securities, praying that Sioa Stnith.Gnard'secun"

-5 KeXs Leaf Lard Plain Hams, Prltes, AlcoholiC Adhesive as aforesaid, may l e required to give new
or Liquid' Plaster 3'
!
that
T L in lieu of in default t hereof
Rectified ,
or
Whiskey. petitioners
Nails. 2 half f baireU Cranberries, Flour-Ohio and St. Louis, Philotoken, Nervine, ftsp-
Al.-oin Store Smith be removed from said Guardianshippearin -
1 hhd. clear aide Jhcoii, Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale *
: Sides and by that' sa"
ncoll Shoulders
J KEGS Ajrawan and Fall Rivet Cut Nails,just t 1 do. hhouldt-r do. Clear Sides Shoulders SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE ? to the satisfaction of this Court ;.
80 received and for tale hvMcN'Au'GIIT Mola!sesSt Louis Flour Lard, ITIola&scs and Suxar. Sion Smith, Guardian Robert E. Russ, minor."!
bbU. Si. Louis Flour
10 June 15, IS50. 23 tUan Quincy' Fla. the limit'
& ORMOND. 5 do ;planting Potatoes Rio Coflee SOSacks Salt &.c .tc For vale by J. M. WILLIAMS. of Robert Russ, deceased, resides beyond 'w

N' wport, April 13, IS5). 14 1 hhd. line .Suaar, For sale cheap by A. E.: HOC. May It. 1550. is Bagging -- of the State of Florida, but in oi.e ef the St3tt' _
June 2V, IS-jO. 25 the United Staff, to wit: true State cf lijPPir
20 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed
setVC'
be
SaratogaVater.. that notice of said cannot
AND SALT, for sale by so petitioners
I 10 barrels Rectified VIi tukey. Flour.A Provisions.JUST ROPE
90 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Wafer just recciied Just tec'd. per schr. W. R. Petles, and for sale by received MeNAUGIIT & ORMOND. upon him : 51flutb.
Schr. SioB
per W. R. TetleH front Newt / is therefore Ordered'Tht the said
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and (or sale by MeNAUGIIT & OHMOND. FRESH supply Family FLOUR just received Orleans Nawport, January 5.lS O. 52 said K*
McNAUGHT i. OR Bark I.Icwell'n," and for sale Guardian as aforesaid, do appear and answer
IOND. Newport March 9, IS-Vj. 9 per by Clear Sides date oi the
April 23 IWJ N McNAUGHT & OnMO D. titioners within four months frcm the
Newport, -- Tin Manufactory. "
New Books. Newport June 29, 1S50. Shoulders first publication of this order, or the said thereof'
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Plow Iron.AN Fxtra Sugar Cured Hams HAVING engaged additional workmen we are will be taken as confessed, and the prayer be

A FINE selection of the Novels ol 'hue day, together Refrigerators and Meat Plain Hams to fill all orders in our line in a granted : Prodded, That a copy of this order

asiortment of wide iron, s' 9, 1 9, and 10 in. with many others, audi as Bruccs Life Safes. Prime Leaf Lard prompt and satisfactory' manner. All orders from published once a week for four months i in some flCW

'. forTlow?, recentrd per Schooner and TravcN, Humboldl's Travels Rambler in Mexico .. LANDING from Bark "Llewellyn" an assortment Star Candles the country will receive iuimed'ate attention. A paper published within the Slate of }'1or1dWASIIINGTON -

Abelt, and for sale by Los Gringos &.C., for sale byJlcNAUGlfT named articles for sale by Pearl Starch. For sale byALFRED liberal discount given to mercha its and dealers.T 1 TAFOK.Jndw .

McXAUGIIT & ORMOND. & ORMOND. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. E. HOC. WHITE&CO. of Probates Washington Counff.

1 Newport, March 9, 1S50. 9 Newport April 13, 1S50. 1 4 Newport, June 29, 1850. May 25, lS5 20 June, IS' ?. 23 April 27, 1S50. 19f"t.1. <






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