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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: August 10, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FA. SATURDAY ATJGUSTiO.1SiO.TOJTJ1E II--- NT0. .31 : i

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Public Meeting in Hamilton County.A heads, is put to a trying test-when new sectional I I Plank Road meeting Alligator.At identred tzh their removal!, especially that : Rich Ken of New York. From the Joirnal and Mes-t-ngT, June 25. "" j

large portion of the citizens of Hamilton organizations are contemplated, ai d new a huge and icspcctablo meeting of the of the frnutfer'cduftttes, and that xve are mi: e I The Now York II. raid refers to the star- Plank Beads. C ,.:'. :

County: comcned at the Court Hou in Ja*. issue"*? pTf.'i'entt'd-wbcn questions compromising citizens of Columbia] Connty. Fla.. convenedat in sentiment and opinion ujon this subject a* tiug point in the bi'lorof some of the richtnt'n Gentlemen :-Yur correspondent .* Cum- Jr ,. :

oil; Saturday 27th inst., for the purpose ofLrin the perpetuity ot'tIie Union are beinjdis-; the Court House in the Town of Alligator, the heart of one mm, and that we cannot moo Sense," is correct in giving tbw preference : t t .'
.flhat in the

' citizen upon lllP death of so distinguished an ( impress us with the inscrutible} purposes lie practicability of constructing H Plank Road re-Fcttlt-ment within the limits of ihe Slate for There is hardly a rich man in this community j rUby rt'lunn"'hv. they are preferable : They : ..

jndiri4ual B s ZACIIAUY TAVLOK, on motionDr. of I'rovidence. Then let this occasion, soleplete J fioin Alligator to some point on the St. Johns an indefinite period. ( who did not commence his career can be med by all persons who In '1''b dis. ;

!Nathaniel I I'. Marion was called lo the) t with) mournful thoughts, ahnonis.li us or St. :larv's Rixn-rs, on motion' the I Hon. lie further Resulted That we believe wear |v'or"}began as journeyman in his line of I posed to travel over them at any and all tirn6f. t, '

Chair, and John Huberts, I E:: ."., appointedSecretary. that our ways are in the funds: of the Lord James S. Jones: was rhosen President Win.B. in duty bound lo urge upon the General hll iless. The career of a :few of our leading I and from any point. Unlike a railroad, you .t

and gathering around the grave of the departed. Ross and John W. Jones. Vice Presidents, Government, t lie importance! of removing rich men mny serve as instances. The late: i do nol have lo wait; for; MUM particular! tim /1

The chairman explained the object of the Chieftain, pour' out our hearts' sorrow-acquiesce : and Alexander Young and Edward R. lies, these savages with as little delay as possible, John, Jacob Asfor-xxho died not long ago. ,; starling, and at some particular; point.: } v. \ -

rnrcting to be to adopt resolutions( expressivef reverently in the loss we feel-and i appointed Secrearie; and that we feel ourselves prompted lo this and was probably] worth m thirty mi1iuns-com"! cry man can me his own team and vehicle, t

the feelings of the people in regard to the forget all that is unpleasant in the recollection The President having explained. the o'lject I course of policy by every feeling and consideration menced his career: on this continent as a journeyman and start: xvlu-n and xvhere he ph-ases. Plank

death of our late President and also I to make of the I'\*I. Be it therefore7Jr.Wm7 of the meeting, on motion, a committee consisting (that can achuie; freemen and citizens pedlar: beginning with candy, and roads are not liable! lo thos. fearf'il! accident, \ :

suitable arrangements- have an eulogy pro. I 1. That we deeply deplore the of Messrs. John P. Sanderson.] Silas : when their pace, security, happiness: and eve- getting on (to peddling, xxhen: he commenced which! j>o .fen:: happeiMm R.iilro.ds.:: But the ':

tinunced, upon his life and character. After' death of (;leneral ZACIJAK. T. Lou, the Patriot \ihlacltl Dr. A. 11. Bexley, James :M. Ua- i thing they hold) dear to them is at Make. investing in real estate.! I His( descendaitnoxv : most r pjtt-nt reason efall is, they co t ?o much :c.'

which it was moved that a committee of live Soldier and Statesman, ..nd'iIJ everchciish ker, and Joseph J. Knight, was appointed to I lie further Re., )htd, That under present are stars at the Opera.: The late JohnG. I less III coiistruclion and jield larger dividends ,,

should be appointed by the chair, fur the pur- with feelings of gratitude, the many draft resolutions expressive of the object: ell'' circunisUnces, xxe do not conceive that immediate Costar was a jl\lrnej min butter, and died to stockholders.) What railroad! is there in I f

nose (drafting suitable resolutions and alo! blessings his Country has derived from; his the IIU'rtin"JIfI'upon the committee re.1 hast ty. or rash, hostile measures' would recently a millioiuire. The late John Mason the South in which a capuli xvouid: bo xvil- .

to apoint:; a time and select some pTfon to I services.llesolral. tired, and: after a hddahscllt"p returned and be expedient, xx-e consider the season of the was origina a tailor from Connecticut the liugto! invc.vl his motleyithilit! ) \"it'f realizing I, "', r .
pronounce an eulogy. Whereupon the chair' I 2. That in the death of General reported the folloxving preamble: and resolutions ] year, tUtlher'itb the stage ofthe crops at late Mr. Jones a cooper-yet both were honest hansom' dividends 1 Not one ; but' on ;,

appointed as siid committee, Major John J. TAYLOU, wc are called to mourn the loss : present, arc sufficient causes to render ihe expediency and iid istriuus thro' life, and left large f>r- the contrary, no Plank road has: yet been 'built, \ .

Underwood( Major John E. Tutcn, and Messrs. of one, whose every thought and deed has Whereas, the policy constructing a Plank ofbuch a course of policy palpable! tunes, which their happy descendants are enjoying whit does not ) ield 12 per'centum and u|.. '

John G. Smith, Pinckney B. Cole, and Henry contributed in no btnall degree, to the formation Road from Alligator: lo some point on the Atlantic and obvious but xve recommend that every in every gsaletl way. Stephen Whitney war s. Even: the one recently begun from '"' :.

J. Stewart. On motion of Mr. Charnock of his Country's glory. His name is ] coast. ha- been discussed with much interest efTbrt at negnthyon should! be tried, as well as who nov oWn blocks! of 'buildings in this Fayeltexille, N. C., i yielding 12 per centum 'j )

SrI ph, the chairnnn: was added to the commit. identified with some of the most brilliant battles ::1 by the citizens of Columbia Count, t ihe plan of offering them hiyh rewards to remove city' began as a journnymin clerk in a small '0 the stockholders on the first 12 miles, and ';

1([. After a )brief absence, th"committec returned on record ; and for his wisdom in council, and much anxiety( evinced to cstabli faciii- xx-ith as little delay as possible! \ hell grocery store. The Harpers, whoso business that too, since the clos of the business season. .

to the meeting. and through their chairman intrepidity on the field, and forbearance in victory tie? favorable! to commercial pursuits and the these have been fully tried and proved to be abortive now amounts to millions, began as journej men The annual expense of running a railroad IOu .

Major J". J. Underwood], made the folloxving we would crown him with the Chapletof dcvelopnment] agricultural resources as wellas and the fact established that they cannot printers, anJ] now build churches and endow I. miles! in 1t'1t.lh. after it ii built and equipped: ;, .

report to wit : a WASHINCTOX. The fields of Palo .Alta Re- the more immediate settlement of this portion he removed by this peaceable and humane l'er ulIs. The Havemevers: were journeymen xvill buid! a Pian"roaJ 50( miles long. These,

Your committee suggest ns a suitable day saca de lu P.1111lonl'rC'! ) and Buena Vista, of the Slate : Be it policy, xxe then insist they shall be lemovcd sugar refiner C. I H. Marshall, the large ant many roads. But tL communication: i.i '

for the occasion, the "J4lh (if August next and! will ever remain(! proud and conspicuous mon Rcsalred, That a committee of nine citizens at all hazards. ship owner, was a sailor: before the ma.t.- mainly t to call the attention of Common

thev have "fleeted as eulogist Henry Stewart uments of his fame. be appointed by t the President of the lie ifurther ResnJcciJ, That hen th? Goxernment -. The t-allhy merchants! SpofTord c'c 1'i leson, :..ne1" 'to the rouc; : proposed by him. Instead .

; K-<1. 'I'1"' chairman then proceeded to Resolved, :J. That in the death of General :meeting to examine into the practicability! and has i tried ull peacaable! and amicable! xvete }JUucJrnell-IHIP as a printer the other of having four, as he proposes, from ..

read the resolutions] ) prepared IJ) the commit-: TAYLOU, we have lost a true Pat! lOt, soldier prospective advantages of a Plank Road from I means, and feel conscious that these, together I iu lie shoe bisiness. E. K. Col.its, the Ogl-lhorpe, they might be consolidated into

tee as follows t lo wit : and .tatc man ; and willingly accord to him I the town of Alligator (10 some point on the St. xvith whatever military skill and courage Ih") gieat .teirnship amid packet oxvner. and liberal tvv o, and the same extent 01 country accornmo.dared .

nut jesteiday, as it were, we were called the well deserved] prai>e,- I John's or St. Mary's Rivers. That the committee I may possess, that they are not competent to theta merchant, was a journeyman cleik in a : ; one through' America and Starkevi'ln!' -

upon to mourn the death of a statesman whom That he ciideavoted faithfully to perform his : inquire and teport whether! such an en- !-k, that they may relinquish it, and that thegoxetnment ,' commission hou>>e. Si tsnn, of time A tor to some point iu n.Lk'r couu'v: say Albany, .

the country delighted to honor. John C. Calhoun l- duty." I terprize can: be carried through to completion I troops may !lie removed fioin the I[ House, was a jr.iirnevmm b H. cep' ra .the a' il I bt' uT her 'by PonJtoxtn! and L'J:1Vkin toEu.

is gone to that bourne (torn which no Resolved. That we sincerely sympathize i 1 by, I the action! (,f the citizens of Columbia! i State, and we xvill through the Stale author-! !I start.! Shorilairi the nci! cooper al1l I hn I fauia.: IJianclus from these r"arJ might bo '

person i U permitted to return. Again does with the ..u'rc3.friellds! and family of (i'l1I I I ( :'oimty! supported by the people of other! sec- j j I lies remove them ourselves, at the expense oi:: oxvrer: was for years merely! a journfjnna i ', run to any point here the wants: of the countij I I.
I! cial 'l'A n.ou.Thilc know their loss i' of the the General ( I cooper. Andu it is in every rank, p ofes :
the same: sad summons C31 us together-again we I lions East Flor: .\No to report oa i iovernmelll.Be 1 might? require. r. .
I ha: the deMrojcr. ( among us, and his I invpamble; it may: be a consolation to tllt'ltIlu : probability of securing the aid and cooperation I ilfiiTiUr Retired, That xve entiiely I II : t-i.jp. and extended business iu xviiich mn en- Vt hen: the QtJtb-\\"eern! Riilro-td shall f :

land: has fallen upon one xxhose exalted pu ilion i- -.ce that with their tears, are mingled the! sorrows of other communitii-s: in lla.-t: Florida! disclaim: cn'ertainingor holding any sjch sentimcnts !I g tge in this cily. b.> in operation: (to Oglet! orpe, aril the two

could only be l eq' :i'le.d by the talents 1 of a Nation. which may: lie benefited by such terprize.: I i as tie attributed t ( ton*. That so far I I Our richest and most pro pe-ois citizns I Plan!; ro* ', above proposed built the resource. .

which adurn'd it. TIlt Prl"itNlt ofilu' I'ni- I 7r*"llll"l/ 5. That the procef'.inirs! of this That they examine into! and report the amountof i (rum xvishing a war that we may enrich or '. COIIIUlPIt'd! l with nothing. anJ have amisseci .* c.ftluf."t"otP.11I:! Georgia, wilt then 'Lead

tel State, i it no more. The Chief :Magistrate meeting i bo publi i lied I in the I'loiid-i Whig, money iit-ces.sary to construct touch}) a roadas benefit ourselves at the expense of the Guvernifi I': .their t fortunes! by persever'iig: ind.js'ry.: We rapidly: drven1.e4! | !, :as have been those wf Cherol.ee .

of) a \11tiltUS mid tigh people has )bet-n suddenly and! a copy be forwatded to the family of General will be, commensurate with tIle wants: of I nt!, that xx-e desire mos! duty! tht- removal .1 have very few rich men. "Ian were 1,0. n rcb.: l.y the railroad through that rt-gion.

: calle: from tle pinnacle c>earth's fame I Tailor.rsorrJ the people.7i'c4rci. I of the I Indians, and pace, thnt x\c mayenjoy I I Bear Stcry.---- Life -in-California.Mr. The l.in.Ijf tim Suuth-! W /St will he doubled: t

and honor : 'but ? Iwmlfwa live i iu the 1 /{ 0. That, a copy of Iltl'i'n, prprccdngs : / /, Tl.it the committee: inxite the cooperation b., c.iirrjxxn ent'-rprise: industry! and 1,. EJt>i'jud Thorn son. in: a letter r'ceiv.id in! value! from the tact oftheir, being )brought

heart o'ui f Clultrrfn'el hal lie deserved 1, : \he t forwarded by the! Secretary to the! of I the citizens living on the :St. j hi'iioiablc fM'ri;inns, t that c<.Mij>ttcuce, secu- I the last California; ; steamer tells the t folloxving ii.to protmiiu to irritket ; and stockholders! !
by
his tenoxvu. I u.oura ( 3 hero-in char Tallukasce papers for publication."PUBLIC John's or St Man's Rivers{ in the establMu I i lily, prosperity and happiness, that \;C fi-el :, the in the roads proposed, will lealizs large dividends r
I bear numerous
as one a-i ong
3ct'r,1 palri"I-inconujttible i I in i i hc.nEstr-un. HEETING7Jn.xcv nrnt of! the road contemplated: and that they i I conscious xve are su aIn! 'to provide.:. And exciting story incid.'nu, which daily, occur illI I from iheir ill\"l' lm"nts. If Piank: road .

fwervini in truth-devoted to his COtlIitl) .- i report to the citizens! of this County atanveting although'! xx'e are conj'?led! to admit) there '. El Dimu-: have thu far proved profitable! they cannot
Tb It people! for \"WO i lie had risked, <*\erv' ( .In.W.. 16oO. to be held at this! place on the .ccouJ] ', may. be a frxv individi.t's: among us that xxishi : fail in S mh-Western Georgia. From the
: "A 31'. Siitb, formerly of New London,
The death of : ]late Prcsi-
danger and g-iined exery triumph, will never j Zuchary Taysor: Monday: October} lr":,0.Jlrsalrul i i to enrich themselves by a war, xve neverlhe- I Ii the evenness of the co-r.itrv: and the abundance
: but who has resided here Iat tvve.ity-tbur
1 forget him. lie Ins succeeded to the herit.: dent of the I'liitt-d States: hating been; comJ That xu' respectfully invite all i, less fee! confidentlhitt the msjority of the cii-: i I fuiu xvell!1 stocked withI and cheapness[ of bmMitig material: they will ..
and has
age immortality, 'but his name will live forever J ni'inicated, t the citizens: of Quincy and its v persons who may feel an interest: in the construction T zens Florida are as high milled! honorable, years, a large cot mn':h less than elsexvhcre ; and the slim
I I horses and cattle in this vicinity, one night
on tablet of America's best beloved I dully m"t at the Court !Room: att o'clock p. ol the road, to be l piesent or to Fenddelegates patriotic, and enterprising a set of men as any I had I i uitu xvhic'i! will he given to trade and industry .
tll suitable I last 1 week, after he an I all his family re-
sons. death happening at this, time, bids i m., for; the purpose of taking action to the meeting to be held in Octo- portion. of the country can boast ot, and are I I t and the t production' of cotton, wilt famish t'i
li i hued bud alnrniod! the bellow ings
to by :
selfish and sectionala j i on the subject of the melancholy dipmn.atioziof ) the free born of the S- ilh was business '.
u< forg't lh** stniggle for ; aboxc. prom lo be sons ; I i a lo "suHi the profits! of stockholders.
shiouded jill"'i I and death-groans of the his cows aiul calves,
which has the NaI
!lvaI3''u1c'nt) and meeting around the graveof i Pro\idence were unanimously I adopted. the land of Washington' Jerlerson, Madison ,> ." It i it sometimes said that Ihe population "
I and ) the which h :ud" as we do, evening' a i it
the deputed] : .hero, bury the ammo-ities tion in mourning, deprixed govern.1l1Iit I; The meelina; was then! ? eloquently addressed ;j Henry and Calhoun and that they are deler- } every I 4fuur Stale is too sparse for P.ank roads
t short distance from his ho-.se. I lIt'jumped; out
which may too .011 'be quenched in the darkness I of its Chief; Magistrate. The meeting' on! Ihe subject) lief,ire thorn, by Col.I John P. !' mined to maintain their! reputation: as citizens ) .I 'to !I.c piofiubif: It was likewise so said of
\ of bed and his well-loaded: rifle, putout
Dr. J. M. Daidsou seizing
ol'tiie tomb. IJ": it thereforeR'solrcJ : Wioq..auh.'J by calling S-juderaon: !, Co.. James M. Baker, and Capt. of this great Republic: despite: the voice of fence raill'OidiIt'n they co'nrnenceJ in Georgia
the drtiilh, of t the !'< \ to t th I Chair, and appointing Jacob firm whence it i for the yard. OIl' arriving at the -hut ruilnntJ have .
t an-1
: '1.nt we deplore W.-ii. B. Ho3.Co I calumny, no matter may pro- developed are developing
: the herd and staving
and
!Jnte President oflhe I'lihed .State.ICIIIKY Bradxvcll EMJ.' Secretary. The object of I !. Baker ihen introjaced: :hc following feed \ Ill'l her from oJlicers of the :11'I11or ; seeing plunging ihe resources of our State! am! have ,
announced aboui, in the wildest confusion, he yelled OUt
the
the being briefly by
meeting I .
TAYIXJK, Bolder to whom: his country owesa resolution : any ('JIT source. been the means increasing its population.And .
debt of t gratitude, and whose memory; her Chair, Dr. J. II. Verdhr moved that a com- : Resoli-rd, That: :the committee be instructedto Ordered, That the proceedings) of this Con- them at the lop of his voice, when a monsterof feet : such will be the cfTT'ct of Plank: roads, '

sons will uevor C C'.tSto cherish.! I) inUtec: !be appointed: by the Chair to draft i res. exjtoiita into ;Le expediency of forming a volItion Lc siirneJ! i by the President and Cleik, I a bear aro:( up on his hind, legs. a few pirt: >uirly! I) !In the S.&IIte t. LatiJj now
o'defiance.Qiiok '
distant and uttered back I .
and i a growl
7iWw.That. : in the lus of (;cn. TAVLOK. 1 oluti-His e\presMve of our sorrow regret coip-.ration fi,r buiWing sal I toad, under the :aiJ lh.it the newspapers r of ihe State are re- and uraull.vavd! wish be .ptli'dand! : ill a few years

the Republic 1')1 lost a eon, "I1c.e r. iremrfut: law noxv in I specially! req-iessed! to publish: ihe same.On I ,: .s ball thought whizzing he 1-velled lhroi! h the his varmint's gun I the population of this section will be nearly it'mt

was devoted to ber.rrvice-oiie who had. force! in tins Site:; t and to repott the result: ty motion of Cap P. \\'. LUXth Convenlitn sent a for ;! I in I entirely; do'it' >I IK Since the construction
Lead. lie then ( the house, the > -dr
mingled his 13m" with .her in the glory ol The Chair nominated the following gentle1 our next rri'4tiIIg.Vhikl : then adjonrni-d! sine die." I : put of tho railroad to Oglelhorpe, travel where you
full chase after him. As he approached, hecalled
it.d1ltll.hI and men as a committee : Dr. J. II. Vi-rdier, Dr. N. P. HIJXTKR Prfllcni.Pmur f i MiJiile! ami will
) a hard fought : many au was i tmanimoii-ly adopted.The may m Georgia, : you hear
action many undying. honor. His,nam: and fame '! IL Jarrott 11. E. (;Jibson, Esq., Dr. Bond, fi 1 .lo\xing! gent'icmen were then nppoin- G. U'ALL, Clerk.Kedicine. t to his wile to close the door, so that the. pei.-otis bjl.*ak of nmviiig Sou'h-West r, and
will down in halo whichunround 11! and Capt. J. McCall. After f-horllimr I the th. .'. --- bear should tint enter arid destroy I the cl.ilIreti J xvil gi-.e I the I building oft I hat road th .
:go: to ;posterity tll j ted a committee under lii->t resulzi!jolt, \ : ofhis I ; I us reason
the tiflds of Palo Monterey anJ I i I committee returned and their Chairman, Dr. Messrs. George; E. :Cic-Ilui.! Thomas I D. I knowing h* could: himself keep out f.r their removal. They ct: g"t fresher .

lluena Vita.t j J. II. Yerdicr. read the following resolutions, I I Dexter) JMIK-S :). Ij-.ker, Robeit Brown, Sr.. Ilfar what I the great editor ofthe Medico( ; reach by I turning fehu't: cornt is. Bat: Bruin and! better !land, and I b near to mn sret. Let .

Ucs(1r.l.orhat the death of such a man a1 I which were unanimously adopted! \'iz : I William J B.: HfI-, Giles W. Ellis.: Silas L,, Chingic.il H.'icHr.. James Johnson, says had i iec;Mxeil his death-wound), and soon the Ixvo PLink! marls proposed I bt> built. anJ! >,

f Jch a time teaches us the fist changing nl-. i Whereas it has plea.-ed the All-wise. Ruler I Niblt-ck! c. John \. J iilies, and I..wisIatlair. ofaiudicine : ; made a full period, and dropped dead on m the ,! the Sou;h.\t' t riB be. the richest l'J.rtuf Georrr'.t ... .
I of the I I'niverse to ivmve from our mi.-t' 1 by ,* I IcK'claie. conscientious fbunded I spot. Smith n'otd.d! : hisinisty i rille. and \WIIII -' I;'
opinion
pcctofliH*-the want of stability in the thing.; On motion, tlu Piv-iJ nt was adJi'd to the : my i- .\ pi .\. J {.rh
which U heieand] : us moderation \I ..loath, Z VCH I.A II \ '.\\ LOU, late President) in )luir' ob>ervation and reflection thai: iftherewero I a-Tiin! to the yard, and! there found; another. : __ 11"1.'AWlia .-
: engage urges upon Coni.iiJtee.:
in council, and that: it is \\Uvtl and j\ ',f these i I'nited: ..tate! : and whereas, xxc are j It .as then moved( and adopted, that tht not a single! physician, surgeon, I'huge' ; bear, xx lie: as milk :.UOII: his cows.1 I happt'tieil J i in l- -h'J- Setnfe' upon tLe far. '

best to cease the, hitler strifr, the .elnVh. f lrUg-\1 desirous of c\pres>Mi'g our deep regret on ac- procee-iiiigs of I this meeting he publislutd; in apoth-cary; mnnmilxvifechemist, druggist ort btit so ;n..1ta' r lie! coi.fliMon; that, he was ; vott. .in 3! Stu't's motion to limit! CaHfurnii

gle which are carried on upon the \ ci.unt of toO great a ca'nmity: thetefore be it the nex>.> ia oi'Tailahussce and Jacksonville. drug jn the f-ice ollhc earth, m there would, be 'unable to brini him Sown, and he made his i: to :ij( :?(>. .Vftrw rrprest-ntatives[ fiom slate-
pipL
of the grave.Rcmhrd 4 I llcsolriili That while we bow in humble less ickne and less mortality than noxv.Vhrtwerellectthat .- 'I',escape. On entering his yunl.,Stnith t fuund I bOtl: StUt'snc! with the Northern party in, '

Tliat we sincerely tender our 1 .iibmis-iim to the tiat of Heaven, and recognizft i; There Ieiaz no llirther business, the meeting \ ph\sicis-a h con.jec'iral' .even cows and calves cieail on the !roumJ.- ': the ne alirl'. Thy arc Messr". Bentou! i.fMt

deep and heartlelt sympathy to the family of' the infinite w Worn of the !r.'atin'r of, adjicirned( : until thu second Monday in October art,' that the best physicians make mistakes, The bi-ar he killed weighed ov 'r 1200 pounds. >.. Bt'ier. N. C., Cav! Ky.. :all \lI1I. N.

Gen. \'LOlt-tt.cir loss, we feel: is irreparable all gntnl and perfect gifts still our hearts are i ipenetra'cd iext. that medicine is administered by hosts of and Mr. S. says: the earth fairly trembled! under ,: C., IVarcMd., Spnumce. Del.. Underwood,

yet may it b.* a.onnlalontuknoxv thaI with deep and profound sorrow at JAMES S. JONES, quarts that it i i" sxvalloxved by multitudes nfl his feetxhen in his rae; he was in pur. Kv-, and Wales! Dd..11 Why?, with thecepiioti \-
with their tears are also mingled those of a the untim-ly, demise of our wt beloved PrcsiJent President.LE peope without any professional: advice at all. suit! of her husband., His i skin has been carefully I ( tlf Benlon, who is more property

sorrowing nation. Zachary. Taylor.HcsoJrcd .\ Yoi'NG, andlh&.t the world would! be infinitely! more l'resernd'iih; the teeth claxvs! and all ; ranked! x\ith the frce' lJil rs than: in any ether >

Iff solved, That the Secretary of tbi meet .i'hat' this impending crisis I i.u.h: -CS, Sccrctaric.c. careful of themselves if they were conscious other parts pet tect; and will he here (lor exhibition :t 'all)'. Every: Southern: D..mocratetl in

ing be requested t lo f forward] a copy of its proceedings when the minds of our :rod and great men ) tint tlwy J ad no remedy from drugs-these, in a few dav .-, ,ItridgfportStyle Farmer. I the affirm th"p. The correspondent CJf tie ,

to the family of Gen. TAILOR, and are like the pillars of fire to g,:;:'rlJ< in the MiLtMjnz: : 1'July 4ih; 18J0.TIJe aid, m&HJ other acts, will Iothal the prop in JJrcs-1t- -- -i.--said--I hat in 1007( a I! New Yoik Express' ( Whig) already draxv ,

to each of the papers at Tallahassee, for' pub ;political darkness which] now i icity 'loping i oslion( I have made: is more t.irllin r titan tritie. ::- !1 comfort from this vote! as showing .. xvhicli .
lication. our beloved country-when thff requiein sting: Convetitiuii of Delegates! from the "{\'- I Hut as it is. it will! be sxx'allovve.l f h\ all! clerymaii by the name of \'irkinsHote h a lufllu'' I Southern parties the North can decent ( .

NATHANEL! : P. UMON, for the patriot and sage, Calhoun siiid the t1i--I erai precincts hereinafter named, ofthe Coimly clises! rich and poor with hopes of regaiiii; yh sermon on the t lolioxvin! text : "rllxx,i, : have Ilt'rtI1o her ije!lane holy \
t oi Benlon; COIl\'t'llI'll! for the of 1 1-" She is like a merchant ship, thai briug- :1'l'on.n'c
hed Klmore has died giv.ihg
purpose
Chairman. tingii scarce away oil th and prolonging life, aid also with the t \\'a.t of union on the part of tt>tt
JOHN ROHCKTS, Secretary.Public our hearts agnin take on the color of sadnessat I i. an expieb-ion to the wUhrsoflhu people! cxiectation of being able to countenance the eth her fuoJ fiom afar. I South. IIoxv can xxeexpect Northern msnlodoj :
th unloosed! for which has befallen of! I the County iipon the subject of the removal It contains the following pas"ag :
----- ----- -- calamity cupable indulgence! of the appetites and pas- j justice? \ h"n, at thc very pinch ofihe: gam*, ,
of the St'ininole I Indians, assembled But of all qualities, a woman must not
Sleeting: us in the death o1Zachtry'I'avlor.llcsolrcd at t ihe sims." i they find ihe South so much divided! ant-J South,. )
MAUIANXA uh"! 22, 1350. That this last fell,; stroke of the I, Court House loddat 1'J o'clock1.. There, think of tint, ye pill; caters ye who have one qtialitie of a ship, and that is too i CI n Senators: refusing to vote for so moderate

In pursuance to previous notice, the citizens arch destroyer, hath fallen th<> more heavilyon Delegates) : fmm, Piecinct No. 1, Capt. N. ac continually abusing your systems in various nrich ri: it1g. OI: whit a xvonJer it is in :! and reasonable; t : an amenJment The signs

()f f Murianna and vicinity Hssembh-d at the us as the dark shadow overspreading our P. Hunter and Win. II. Mein, flsq. ways and then run to doctors and quack see a ship under stile with her tackling and I of the limes look batlly! enough, and xve see .

Club Room, at 11 o'clockVeduesday, 21th political firmament at the setting of one of its Xo. 2, (unrepresented.) fo relief think rf f this testimony fnm one of her masts, and her tops i and her topgallants ; m) probable! means of relief to a distracted ;,
instant. luminaries: satelite reluctant No. 3.: Perry G. Wall and James A. B.ivet.; with her upper decks and her lower decks an J
hrighteist a to re. lh ir oxvn craft, and learn !o lei them alone. I count Richi.iotid; lluyuirer.Stwthern .
On motion of Mr. Washington Chapman, main hath deepened into darker gloom at this No. 4, Dr.) :John P. Critcbioii and N./\1. I Jave observed during many years thai those so bedecked with her streamers, ll.igs, and enbigns ry.- inI ,1I II }

Jno. T. Myrick, E-q., was called to the Chair, startling visitation. Oh sadly true Calhoun Mood), Esqrs.Ttie. win have the least to do with doctors and and I know not what : yea : but a I I of f cotttii rJoril'-Tlle factories at the South rapid is etij .

and F.: It. Pittman, Esq. was appointed Sec the wise and virtuous, Elmorc, the lamented, Convention was organized 'by the appoiiiinicnt mtlicines oulli e those that are forever nurs- world of xvoiiders, is to see. a xx-om'in created I I deuce cicase of t ,
of C. N. P. HUNTER Presi- I in (ads ini'ig1, so mi..creauttIItliiJ1t'S and j m >st gratifying our increasing pros
the heroic soldier whose deeds pt. ,
retary. Taylor, art Good wholesome food, and
and
i dosing. .
inj It is estimated that Georgia has in
t .
On motion of I':. II. Kilbee, the Chair ap. chronicled on the records) of thopaM, have departed I I dt'lItald: PIIIJY G. WALL, Cleik.After instead of over eating in the use di'f.irmed) with her 1'icucii and her Spanish! I perity. i,
Committee of seven, consisting of' bourne whence niJtun* deliberation, the. Convention leiperance and her foolish f.ishious that 1 Ho] that m.uL' operation forty colton ir.iils, using 60,000 pilt"r"
pointed a for that no earthly trax- lint with cold! water for diiuk and! to I .
des and bales
Slcssrs J. F. Huges T. B. Alexander, S. Bryan eller returns. They sleep[ with their fathers, announced ihe following Preamble and] Resolutions babe: in, with pure fresh air, plenty of her, when I He I looks upon her, shall i I hardlif coiisiiruing In! Tenne-see 45,000 thirty faiuries:cotton andt.uuo auiiually. z.q
"'m. Poweis W. II. A/Bright the and of t'lt'rci"1 know her, with her plumes: her fatmes, and)
Chapman, and may their munlles: descend on their sncces- as expressing sense desire aii clear consience will d i more, to !
a :)( ) ) j-piudles. South: Carolina! sixteen: factories
and E. II. Kilbee, to report Resolutions suitable ors to fulfil the: missions devolving on them. the people 01! the county' upon this subject : health, and"prolong life than authtIocmors a silken vizard: xvjih a ruUrf like a saile, yea '
or ireserve : tOO spindles: and 700 looms
to the occasion. Whereupon) the Committee After the ubox'e resolutions were read, the WiiKttKAS: We, the people Bentoii) cuuuI )- and medicines in t the universe. 'a rufK; like a raiiihow, with a feath'r. in her consuming
15.000() bales!
Alabama lve
retired and after consultation, reported meeting was very imprcssingly and eloquently ., I ty, in the State of! 1 Florida together with the Poland c.ppcl I ke a O.tg in her lop, to tell, I think, cotton. lxv
Pletixiirejtoat.A l clerics lU.5r and 3000 (loom-
the following Preamble and Resolutions, viz : addressed by Col. U. B. Ilall; htt.n, David S. people of said Stale geneiallly. have good reason which wa) e the wind xvi'l. botvc.1'OlliC spindles ,
5.VJO() bales Thus iu f fo
By the decree of an all-wise Providence, tho Walker, Gen. C. II. Dupont1.: D. I'apy, I ) to believe that ll.o present i is an important Honster of the Deep.Ve -- consuming cotton. ir
of"the following !
author Slates, xve have 93 factories, bes'des; those in'
mortal career of General; XACIIARY TAYLOR Dr. J. II. Verdicr, and Robeit Gilison, Kcq.: and momentous crisis in I the affairs: i of our had a view, yesterday, of a creature tif.1Ian.-Tht .
has terminated, and his spirit seeks n After which the Chair: appointed! a committee Slate, especially alt it rcgaids the po.icy nee- tnlrn about a month since, in St. Luciti Soinitj, dissects with the pen as keenly as the sur- process of btiiMing, working 140,000 spindles
union with WAMIKNCTOX. The of and be Florida, which was called by Mr. John eoii xvith his knife : consuming plo!>al>ly 75,000 bales cotton, andif
Country of five and on motion, the chairman and sec. : essary proper lo adopted towards the Et the skin take her
o'e to for: the five
:vhich be was the boast-to wlfich he had rotary were added to the committee, to select Indians icmaining in the Slate : And \7mrc- Clik, who captured, it, a Sea Coxv. This strip pleasure they go on increasing next "tf\r9
all rob her
iievoted his energies and life, is called upon an orator to pronounce all eulogium on the as, as we have reason to believe the continuance sitfiilar! creature is bout ten feet in length. cloak, frock. bonnet bustle and oi as they have f for the past five, we may caci.> '
and then there is no such late 2009 mil's' in in lha .
charm, pay on souiD operation I
under the most heart-rending circumstances, death and public services of Gen.; Taylor, late ol'thuttf savages in the country xxill be a all! some eight or nine feet girth at the lar every iu the world. We elinguish .
to grieve for the dpl'art'd. President) ofthc United tals. The committee great check to the settlement, security and ULI/ part u! the l.'ody-has a broad, Km.shaped ihiug as pea.ure! holds in her hand- Southern Stales, consuming annually over '
The circumstances ) which of he and that tail and two or somexx hat ihe torch that hope 200.000 halt's co'.tuti, and giving emp'oymentto .\
melancholy by retired and unanimously! appointed (;c'n. happiness ( same, there is a unit flippers paxvs.
the death of General TAYLOR is surrounded, C. II. DuPont, orator on the occasion. Gen. strong inclination on' the part of tIle General bifwlar to a large tuttle, but with more points.Itthead and follow lightning-bugs into; a miid-puddte ( some thirty or fory! thousand operatives.
folly you frighten h lppine" Here, we have one of ihe m-iiii piIar!! !( of .
invite some serious reflections. He, who but DuPont has consented, and he will deliver Government'' to re-settle them in ihe Stite, is peculiirly formed, having: nostrils By superlative she j I
and ihen has left
firesides, Southern AdcertLtr.C .
n few days pant held the helm of State, as the the eulogy at an early day, which due no. and (hat this inclination and disposition has aii lips resembling a coxv. from jour board without say indel't'ndenee.-JltJbile I IPL
Chief Magistrate I of our Nation-strong in lice will be gix'en. been strengthened, if not cieatedby misiep.refutations I was brought In ihiscily in the Scr. Charle your bed and provocation.Thus \ nO\DS.-These road we think arc ;'
hills tire himself with
!health firm in in the II last and i is intended to be (lakii man makes to d.siut'd; to become quite common throughout "
I'IJ'VOSt-fiIU matuiity On motion it was resolved, That the papers made } (ihe army, and others, to( on Thursday ) darkness !
of his powers-whose courteous bearing and in Tallahassee bo requested to publish the thus indicating or alledgini that the people of lo the north, at the next yip of ihe steamrlOsprey. climbing-produces to grumbe a. Ihe. country. A large meeting was recently ,
and
noble had friends from foe arid contained in large hot, OOU{-creates corns to sweat al- puts held at Nexvnoit, Florida, at which 10,000 ,
nature gained !, proceedings of this meeting.On Florida do not want the Indians removed, 'but It is a
elicited the homage of the Nation, has left u! i. motion thu meeting then adjourned. merely viIi a war that they may enrich .ihem- filed with salt water, and appears lo be healthy difficulties in his pain in order that he may worth of stock was subscribed! to construct a ,

no other vestige of what he was, but the legacy J. M. W. DAVIDSON, selves at the expcrue of the (; ,'p.lument.- and lively. During the passage heavy struggle with rn'ell.! my friends ifJ.ou'ca.n't plank! road from that (place via Tallahassee, (ftJ .
of his fame and the example of his death. Chairman. We deem it therefore to be our imperative Heather prevented suppling ihe box with xva- move without first setting tire lo your Tbornaavill.Thomas county, Ga., and thence /

fruly! appreciating fact, that the basis of J. BUAWVK.LL, Secretary duly to assemble iu Mass Meetings throughout :er, and it .em tined without it from( 2 A. Mt shirts, all I have to say i is, blaze away-anything ro Albany; from the latter town Messrs. PJattand

our Union is, uniou of f feeling and interest .'-.- thc State, in order to give a fu.l!, clear and unequivocal until 0 o'clock at night.At I: to give you a start. Tift, were present. We think it quifa .

hi uperstructure, mutual forbearance and con. I In the mighty ocean of life, some persons expression of our sentimeiits and the time ofthe capture of this creature, 0::7" An Aboliiioj. ir. New Jersey, being probable this l'O.td will be built-and if to, \\8 ;

ce eiion, he assiduously endeavored, during his I like foaming billows madly dubh against op. opinions upon this deeply important subject, is female mate, of greater bulk, vas taken in asked what he had dyne whit his black boy. think it xvouid: lie advisable to extend it to this ..

bru chic career, to harmonize all bections, poking obstacles, as though they would! overstep and to vindicate our honor and reputation us i seine, but so fiercely resisted, that it became (who was a slave according to the !aws oflbl I city, ftlr which objectsive' have no dcubtlargasubscriptions ;,; .
and conciliate all ft'udlJ. That he should have all barriers, human and divine : whilst citizens. lecessary to kill it. Some of the meat was Stale till he arrived at tho age of 23.) replied could be obtained bt rr. lt c'

been taken Horn ui at a time, when the minds othets, like the under currents, flow gently Therefore be. it shcxui us which presented the appearance of I have sold him I an determined to have would be well' for or; citizens 10 con id. r th's -

of men are so perplexed with the evils of the on in the channels of Faith and Hope, until Kemlred/ That we believe that the settle-! ordinary beef. A calf xvas also seen at the nothing nurc to do with slavery! So say: .uhj..ctas such f. road when completed, wou'd '
i'reientand forebodings of the the lime but the net escaped. correspondent' of the Journal! of Com \ idd considerably to the trade of .
ftJturc-when ihey emerge Into haven of luppinctt, and I meat, security. 'progie and prosperity of a HtiiR passiug through a S our ma:
(bc patriotism of ihc bctt hearts oml'i t' t;I rcI'ue. I,I large and valuable: portion of time S-atc i h: .Charleston Courier muICCJ ( ,.hauti.-Suulhcrn (Macon) Tribune. : 'tr .I



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J'ur the Floridian & Journal house ; hut we all know that the proportion of Helbre retiring Irt dinner,-a loud-call-was-- JTloriJiiau i & Journal."rTfe. I the Clay Comp.orftiso. A large meeting ;::;

The Adjustment. women nnd children in California! is much less made lor Pope, and all portions of ihe assemblape Sljc) I had! just been held within its limits, a meeting TIm 'iV.mshjnn.tq' ,inIIn; h )kcttrjn., I

>CMBIK: ni. linn in the United States: and tint of f neces. etidur-ed! the call. Col. p.pe was serioiiily HILTON-I- -- &-. C.-E.- -DYKE- numbering from 3 lo .10(1( persons, Itt which cratic: politician: at the So.ith. fa"T"; :

It is aid. that} : Arabian Alchemist t, in the til\the thirteen thoiioHtid votes would indicate l indisposed, and evidently) : reluctant! It'yet I !but one sl'nlirnl'lJt"U manifested-that of, f ference to party anI's. anti! the IfI'll' ,
a'iiineh los number linn seventy I ho'lstdtherc respond: them seemed no other alternat, EDITOnSANI) PKOPRIRTORS.) j t i tendncI!
twdt of the daik ; 'iii. was wcUiu;; induMricutty Nasville Convention their movements 'I
nt: ------ -- -: I thorough approval of iho to break
and f..r
irgettin the' while time
J bout his -
up
: ) : wOlld 1.1 body,| infirmities unity
t in his laboia'oiy' (he plulo-sophorV fIIf\'lh'II"l. oit r tb.
Jttlar that I he led olf! i in of t the : August 10 1850. and its platform. great Democratic
one and It
stone," at the touch of which Jill the baser the ) (' i 1') :1.ln nl to say most stiriin I Saturday, party i, .10'11
metali! would] I he tiansniuted into 2 old ; and ', the ;pIOpl'lI"! woiking in the mines, and refused powerful cffirts to which I have ever listened. ---- -. --- -- -- ------: We last week pub'ished the proceedings ofa when the 'fact I i is, ihat all the Po1itic'l" ; thi.

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alier a long and tedious reseatch, the. crjcilile] to spare the time to vote. I it be so. itwould The nrIIII1'lItali'lrtion of his adJre.;* was DEMOCRATIC NO.MIXATIOX. meeting in the populous! county, of (:Jad
revealed him tine : t for argue to my mind that (hey regarded ClaP, logical and. to the pain!. The docl 'm 1 1of hive not done I"foma 1
to a impalpable ;powder which Messrs. (tTIchrist, and V'nJicr, were so much to, '
smv
wild
themselves as foreigners, or that they were : matory was tilt y. and ltn the jieU. Few dssen1j
which )language furnUhed no tutu, and }he FOR CO.VGUKSS : ,the Democratic "
the Southern
Conven
not prepared for selfgovernment.Again men are more capable: to lead the milJlll" oratorical appointed delegates to among party nf ,the :
Sltltb
therefore named it Aieo1t'l. No Iieinz
for it, the ladies used it to powder their tit faces : they! claim, with this meagre show inll.ience. than Col. Pope. He i is a (;eor. MAT. JOHN BEABD.) lion. At that meeting a highly respectable ,as: has the late course of this tery rn t

thus adding to their beauty uti'J' In tldn: themselves ing: of population, not pullicient to l'nlilll) them gian, a
in of lovelh.ivs. what to one member tiro uvmbers in I the lower the Smith.l I UIII i rig his uddrt'\ he 1)1 i\l a high lotions ottered which. I ; mnde! lie found! more to strengthen' Uin*
to be, point they :11are) authorized to arnminre DAVID! S. -- ring I encourage, and I
and i deserved I unie:
and t thus forty I thousand people)! iu i California complim-nt t to South Ci 101 I mia. |tb
really were not. History has revealed to us h0I\p. .\ \V.\LKKR 3i a can.!i will bf nmle to control an S a Georgian: he said he lo\'dIIH old Palmetto ). } any half dov,
since, no parallel: instance, uniil lately, \\hen) inl""lct 1.10.1.: at the election in Octoticr nexi. Jnl\ 13. Yet ho of their rrJ"r inilicntial' .I
I tor her noble: oven IJcicwas in
bearing, her we
I t to one; hundred, aid: titty t thnlld: our generous pi- organs, and
the! tor- equil ---- --- ------ -- .
Clay Compromise, liy an equally most ,
tuous course of experiment, has produced): a own people.. I I.this, ri'ht! i is it justice ? lit. her able\ MatCMiien, and her inieompioini-; fjg- The frien.U of :1r. :. D P.\I'Y innonnre liimi favor' of the Clay Hill only with am nJnrnt"l powerful )leaders.! We rl'ft'r.f cour. p to t 'J

I The /teverr', with a liuvl popu. ; sin 4 hostility to oppiession and readiness; t > i, Pnhlir So much for the action of ihe Union in relation .
t-omrthin;; t for which it was hard: to find a name. Itnlll. i I a* a candidate tot the oifice of Rp fcr n public sentiment of Florida. the (Or rnniJu"
I hi t ion. by some to I be Mitlieient i to entitle resist it. It was a fine ellort: whether for are ", Bill. Now ,
Jn'v' ) there
r'l l t" ,
It was first chrUtened CmnprnKiisc; but its I.ui1'i. And( _> et the venerable! IMitorof: Union in everv; a m"a ure' '
fl4hlUsisfl1.i held their State. Con- ginnent)!, t tor invective, fir eloquent appeal, it i ihuy upon
hoi to I I -- ----- ------- -------
character taUilied; I the ntme. Compromise -- --- I the childlike innocence of his heart rind which I within a !fewrerks after its
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('fltIoI! in due J form, seven months befoie, thl'Clif'rli I I'il'wf'.J, and Madison stands united Democratic and Barbecue. guileless pro .'
was supposed to mean a mutual concession.For : Convention her ConMitution i" on the platform of! :3J( :W.'hl'n) the South Meeting simplicity of his nature,doubtless still I thinks tion, Southern' Democrats were mon '
instance, supposing t the Constitution"t : to adopted U'e authorized and to invitea UCj?"
)between the I republican' I I in character, -and sent on her j moves, and it becomes necessary l tO trac. tli:itlino are requested that about one man in fifty" of our citizens, in opposition: toil than; to any othr.ihitmure
nvtliuni two
occupy trcmes of a sentiment point, Noiih and South!! a mutual ex.. petition for; admission(! ; but she! his been n"g- I Madison Ma ml* rc.'al1to' aid, t though it mooting .f the. Democrats of Leon County was opposed to the Omnibus Blissful: ig. i is the Cia: > Compromise. Loofclo.i'
:' California months afier may have to be done with, the drawn sword.A ; SATURDAY Y the 17lh of inst-inf
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elf each I"d.'cl 1111d. I August enJ.le"a3 an inJex of their .
and equal! concession on the pat I : (n'l nurallcc'hn! would! disturb it ? fei0.j.that ,. i
the !r Convention, em II ics out her bound-tries at I Compromise mat. of the Clay order is a at the Capitol, for free conference and Union I
would make two extremes meet at a common ---- ------ Itody. leaving out! those from )
plea-ure, an"! runs through t the State: of I fh') "". I hard: man to find in this COlllltfew li8'iOuriJn
center. This was nt>t the ca;e, and) modrsty upon an Assembly ticket.A "Union of the South for the sake of the of whom we cou-.it' ;
well for ret, taking some GO or 8U,000( () ) square miles of I started and lingered out a feeble existence.They .- ano Democrat,,
as a : :appropriate Union. 10ft
as prudent regard R.irbecuo will h be served the
have either taken "osition with the thir.I : up on OR. have: sixteen Southern ,
her and it is to I [ Democratic
territory yet proposed alnwIJ'r Seritor5'
it chanced. Alier
terms required The few in
t2Clperpexity concurrent assertion of not
the it agreedto to consummate t thU act of spoliation.And .- I c l\.si\ thirties, or closed the argument. NVo casion. of which} the people: generally invited a Messrs.I Hunter, Mason I Butler Ihrnwf'i'Turney :
amoujj sponsors was .
know :3G; 30. and out of Congress, has infortred the country
*' I why ? Hut one answer be given.Demnf only lo partake. King, Clem-ns
call it 17l. when applied' cal I Yue! (. loei.Isti.t :
.l'llJmrl/ that the Union the Union is in Dui,
-- ---- --- ,
an.l -
of glorious
is silent the
to the South i swarthy fair I i on subject slavery; It is earnestly hoped that every Democrat j : Ii, Borland, Rusk, Hauion

of old, appear to be really what it is not in I \c may go and colonize her terriiory, and introduce SOUTHERN RIGHTS iu the (2nmntvs'ilI. bo present at thc meeting. danger dissolution.! Fanaticism has held its and fc'oulc ; and. of these :' Do

fact, and the Arabian knight was likely not I our institutions there. This is to be Public Meeting. -- ------ sway, the North has pressed her claims, and only three, (Iho
avoided and with her restrictive placed in italic .) are in fivor
more mollified and disappointed, when after i Calfria. Pur.
securing his powdered charmer: to find) herbeauty Constitution, ) permitted to swallow up as County, i respective i of assembled! this is that the Constitution and fraternal What i is the course of this Democratic
piny earnestly hoped no Democratihi justice: feeling, paptr
much of it as ible. And thus} is I the South
fade: his touch would be thepeople po edited by Southern
to f.om their a man, irj !
thl receive the
day to delegates to t a slave
,
I to be lobbed of her rights-rights ;purchased: I stay away from the meeting to bo belt! ) here on until there has been called. into being a condition COlD
of the South when after ihUgreat .
) seeming Nashville Convention: an account oft lie elt'JilI.) munity ? Doe.s he sustain ih
with;( her blood and treasure., Come and all and ()things which well mike the *e exponent of
)boon, to find that all its meiit consistedin < Foriy-soven I orations and measures adopted by that hOlly.I .- Saturday next. up, one nny patriottremble. Southern sentiment and leaders

!ingenious deception. I thousand) ( volunteers from the Southern States: The concourse was immense, ,-the had let IB have an old fashioned meeting. The The pretensions of the one section, of the South

The T 'riiti.iial and Fugitive Slave Hills," I represented her on I the tented fields! while only I j sent foilh its entire strength. The county most s'ijeiflci.tl opposition are active awl vigilant, and no are utterly inconsistent with the well-be em Democratic party ? By no manner otmealJ
have i in foimer numbers examined and] if I Iliave some twenty) four, :thousand troops fiom the fCC Ha takes the .
I !
of
r i ,, observer would, have: up cause the t ifi.factioni'ts
States' rallied to the North 11t easily perceivedi Democrat. should! ) be idle if ho expects success.Wo ing of the other} : hence the dangers which f
not demonstrated the fact that they are rlclt Til crowd collected in opposition to the
; that it not 11ll1'rc idle
and ruinous to the South the fault Ithe population t the Smith, has t the soldier! *. but' i; was a hope to see every section ol ihe County, now threaten tho Federal (Republic. How- great body IJi{
deceptive ,
the
the attention Southern
for decorum and j Democrats.
I t the North ,t have all I I t the of victory. curiosity ; unanimity these and the I' Bu; i is this all .
mu spoils to bo. m-'t Union -
has lain in a want of ability on )part to exliibit I I I I that characterised the whole! pincood- as numerously represented as circumstances are dangers Does he content himself with
i the
; truth, rather than in absence The South! must jield all and submit. will believe and farther expression
any or ill;, was ucb as IU'I.'r 1 bo elicited from a permit. sarl'ot wo trust by j I of his
(If i that element to sustain me. I It.'e submit: we !hal deserve the (chains 1 people! who have mot to deliberately! consider ------- ---- concessions and submission 1 by the South.- j I II own views and preferences ? t\0t at

The dismemberment of Texas cmii s next' we shall wear. The of !{n'i'JriIwi ; their ?, and tIneasires The Compromise Defeated j I all. He launches frtf Up..n the flood" tide
gravely of!
;
; | grievance. ponder Thus to save the Union would be to do it ati
in the line! of investigation: which I have laiddown : have been, placed upon u- I by our own 11 nrl. of redress. \r e a'.iiiounce with inexpressible pleasure I i!I i abu;e and denunciation ofthe Southern
i and as we dec! ,Mid to our position let the j : : I I the sicrifi'-R of the Constitution, and livi i iheupbuilding opp).
for my o\rnJ'nt., I thall pas; it over j' The mop.iin; was oranizIIJ.r, appointing? I IIe defeat] : of CLIY's bill! of Surrender, which i nents of the Bill, upbraiding them
j shouts and ( of the free and Ihp brave as tihraivj
lightly, for I to teem to acknowledge ] ll'riiol I HIM. JOHN()I 1 C. )''C EIIEE I I President, I of a de-potism more tremendous 'I
.r a.hampr jthe. : t took place in the Senate the :Hist I nil. and
I 'be the 1uci. to which we mar!,. :y< ::30.i Ii on I agilafoript'akin of them in the
} a iicces iiy 1 lr f1tldtg against: it.- ( I Mr. WM. I L. Tn"icr': : President l lud F. t than any other on the jjlobe.! Besides) how. very
dismember laiional !I :)i!dhot. Florida, July :JO, ISoO. Every t thing I was stricken from t the abominable article: lo which we have reierred; "
Why 1'Ia one I,. ViM.iricrK, 1 Ivq., Sfcictarj.The ever desirable: : may: be the Union, there is a as /"ie
answer can It to : I schem" save .the establishment of a territorial i Soulltern allies and co-ln. J
tit irll. rers of hn
h President
j clrailllta I : o-i taking: the Chair, ex.plained Fo-i
I
;
: \ price too co-tly lo 1m paid for it. When |
.
MADIMFA.1 .
ol "ta"eJ and throw the desjHiiled territory ,I ) ugut >, 1'Z,0.Mexcr. I the object of I the meeting. in brief!: i (lovernmont fir lliah. In this shape i: | ::llrp/I andVendall\ Philips.Vith wb,1tj
t
tlto of the Free Soil f party.: It would ': Jltliiors :-Satmdjy )last t was a glo.iioii I terse and feeling hnguigo. Ho then intto.ducod I it was fmnliy ordered to iMigrosed, for a i j I called to yield rights, property and honor, alI j;' beautiful! propriety may he then exclaim, "
come under the Provisoithiheiost: ff{the at one offering, the sacrifice is too great.- Ve
dtfr this the old Palmetto County. ) to the audience the Hoi.: A. J. Fornnn third I are for
the
reading. tniintaining unity of the Demo.
teiriiory. Mr. Webster! was lately highly I ap. 1 1plauded O'ir Delegates tu the Nashville Convention :' and (;.'n. C. I II I. DuPoM., fI'lrddc"\H!! from The Smjih will say no 'I .
nut I liio, : to the S"lh0 ill be short. cratic !I'
for making a pattio'.ic speech! in the : sere invited to m ft t their. fellow-citizens( on ,| I the Middle! District of Fo.h! |, to the recent respite I i How then can the- Union be savedVe j part

*5Cnat'% in which he boldly took the ground tnt! day! at our Court I IJU'C. A Imptufft I Southern Convention., They were received i i The! CaliriJfllallI1i: (! slInhl;! !* will now come I But not 'rLy! h'is the J'niiKi done all: thiti !
j i ii that it be l late it the
I answer too lo save -
that ihe treaty stipulations i c Jllch.d u'itf th"I baibacue was pw\'iJ.1 aUIIle! I cit IPII., of allfcliude : with rapturous applause, an.l'|/,i "eivil t Ii) with forward as ?' '. Clay threatened \\' !, be t the j mty i it could! accomplish[ tu crush the Ienu) >cnsI ;
annexation of Texas, should be td n out and hue* I invited nnk'-d attention m I thioti hout their: j disease may have run on until it hu become
poliiic-tl:
opinion to : : I ; : t eloquent I !'casevilh :i bill for hsr adrni.vsion, separate I; ol the Jouth ; it has at the sajnn time exerted
ii. good faith and t four adlitional; States with'Clr The oftlie incurable! : Yet we d> not! think! so. Hut i iit i'
putiejpato. assembl-'ge wa* an overwhelming || narration: i wrongs I tlj.it i had) cu'ivoked I th:; I all its
without I j ;and distinct I from any other: measure. Aj hiflience |to support anti sustain' the
be
admitted fiom her
slavery, t torritory one. The in.is-.es." the \('()illati rv ':''Southern m Convention at Nashville, and lead: ;i is to be preserved it nvi.t be by a TMONj 'I
its tb"r wore prepared f.:.r it and soughtadmission. the j fierce I b-ittle i t t I i is yet to be fought on I thai ques1 great body of SouthernVhi s, with thei
there ?
of 1t.: were 1 anxious to hear what I I to the plan: of art bimr! jU estrd by it, lo I th" j oi- TIn: SofTii." The South united' obtain '
,; Hut now the proposition? i is to do- had 1Jlcn ,1mi and Iu lkl; sow, position, ) ill people of the Sou'h.:) If t there can be anything 1 lion the result of which! or the con.>cq'H'nces rrny I Federal! I leaders.! What I p aie has it not lar.

"poi her ofthe territory of which these S'atos! the tiutier. 1 cast! my eover the vast assembly I more gra'eltil! to t the public: servant; I than: I t,1 the Union.* :none can tell. In I the mean ju-iice, and keep inviolate the Cwnstilnj j[ islieii! upon Henry City:1 ? ILidgerMangura,

\vere lo be formet and thus the South out to gather traces of I the sentiment ;ihe consciousness of the truth of his t tion! ; the Constitution sared, I the( Union icillremain.
probable t
cu : : cause: tirn what is the S.'Uth to do ? She should! I Underwood, and other Wbi; S nlrOr3lhough
nfall chalce (lre\'lr of keeping pace with the and at every point: I the llash of i ieenttn I' and tli-5 integrt'y .f his purpose, it coilainly) I Southern divisions an.l) dissensions: ,
North in the Uiiiied States and thus : j plan! herself to a mm, on the Mi'?ouri Line Illot extolled by nan?, are among thos whnssI
conlt, "Mil met my' gaze. The outer-man cleailv'. m-ist I bo, that knowledge, as in the present :m. : i hive crippled Southern action, anrl) paralysed :|!
sustaining that (q.iiJrul' : upon, which our ,: betokened I the" emotions: that Mined J within. ;. 1 stance, that: theiacts were approved, ratifi-d i'I -present t that as a sine qua nan, a tnt I the I Southern etr>rt.<. A'vav with them from our :i it I i course, if we may believe the Union, has in-

independence as a people) suspended.] So I The ladies, too, were there in force to and sustained by t th j ('(' ((, whose right* they North will pnuvi long ere she rejects the oli I II ]jrnortalized i theiru Side by sid.r wits t the hit.I .
1 midst 4> Seven million of wii'ed freemen I
)palpable i is the motiie prompting this mealrC, I cheer bj t their smiles and 1 their presence I 111' J Jh were sent to pr.'Mect. i ive branch! thus tendered. I !I tt're"t Federal pap"r ofthe South, the I Kaleigh!
that it seems no clloit hits been made t to conceal : "iiits: of tl.eir The meet irmy. 1 Messrs. Iosel+Wes'cotf' SliaJTtT and' any: obtain whatever is right."
protectors. ,
sits (: i
1
; i We were lull! sor.vi time agr bj- the Florida I Register! the! Richmond Tim 3, the SavannahRejmlican
l it. ( lentlemen
seem to act upon I the supposition was a rou'''1: stijtpnsed] to f.ahlc'l the :ii Wardlaw: \ !'I are candidates, for our State I I How! shall this Southern union be brought
that the Smith, is so wedded to the I fieiiiimJ that: the q-icstion then was between Augua ChronicKs Mobile! ,\d.Crti5cr .
I i )largest a Union that no act( of opprcE i'n could diiveher 1 i''iu the Slate, and l should amunj the! mo-t 1 ''determination to support the platform! laid I Clay'.s bill! and t th* ultima'iim; of I the Nathvillei I! I I I \ and! Florid Sentinc!, it hai waged

Jo resistance, and really, events of daily ':! enthusiastic: am! united. ) : I'| down by tho) Nusiuillo! Cneutiol1.Iit'r: i Cunvunti'iii. That bill i is defiMteJ; and! I the separated come together! ? We say I irpon the ,:I v.-.ir against the! great f body 01 I"tn.! S,''ithernDemocracy. :

occurrence would seem to'J'btifthe conclubion. I Whig a uI! I Democrat) united for once, and :'; an able;eloquent and 'otllo: 'irrin "p'ch from i. question now is between: the line recommend.: broad platform laid down by the Nashville \' If it \viud! change its .colors

| all, all planted themselves' on :30 :30. No (his.co j ji I5arton C. Pope I>q., the i following 1 IIeohi- ; ed by that! Convention and measures more de- Convention -the Missouri Compromise Line! ;i I and join: the \Vhi. ranks osten-iWjraj: well as
These are, then together with' the alJ1itiol i taut voice tnurre'l the hitmr; nu"! of feelinj* lions were :adopted without a dissenting voice : \ in is: spirit to the Pacific Ocean Hut :'', :0
r.fthe slave' trade in the District of Columbia' 'i and : "rading, if possible: than those contained in 1"I I; in reality, we should: hive nolbing ot>t which
sentiment that pervaded) the m etin : ::j 1. Rcaolral! Thatv filIcld"r the j po., ( 'I with this
(n point long contended for. bui boretofoie 10hisled. 30 was the watch woid ali IPpy) At: half Mlioiis: as-umed in the 'solutions':" pKscd by |; (the defeated! sch m". Whit course will the haps sonic.ire not entirely pleased I 10 complain. Hut tint while! sdilinj under .

.) the indueemenis nfieicd the South!J fir past 11 ()'ClOC!". A. \I, the meeting wasctlledto : the !patriotic: a "f'IIIIall.l! } crvnvsnedit! Nash1 j j SClIlillelll'Jr''le! ? Will it throw the weight of{ platPirm :-it! is a little too narrow, or a little 1 1I I cur fl.tg, it shi.uk) emj-loy tiaelf, in

.the surrender of her claims to CuUfoinu, and I order, its obj">cls explained I by the chair, 1 ville, and tc-nder I" the !nu'inliers! I theniof our :, its influence with the body of the Southern I too wide, or it is a little; too high, or a little I Itol | fighting the battles of ihe t'DI'DlJ-to I this,

of her opposition to her ndmission. 'an we ''and A. J. FtIHU. IJ:'q., the Delegate.!) tepie- I WlI'l1H'!! gratiiudd for t the dignity! innne>sand ) Jow.'Ililt then ?? Are all (to be exactly i i '
hesitate people and insist the :Missouri line ''as j surely we may object.! There Is nothing Iatile
upon
a moment as to !
our course I"/-'iie. I the at Nashville I called with which dkcha rt'rl the
i seining Whig i pariy to ability, they suited in all things ? Will Southern men, be-1
I cannot. Hut! what are the.) grounds (tnr opposing ,; the stand. (I duties tint tle\'oh-C'lllIIIOII them.j I an extreme concession," or will it remain I!j arguments cr denunciations of tho paper,

the admission. of California! into the | )1 I r. Fornnn addiessed I the meeting at son j '.!llr&nlccil, That in agreeing In Uke the ; silent, and thereby exert a negative influence cause nut exactly: pleased with! the programme !: u in thcmselces, or which if emanating from a

Union Time'Culd fail me to 4'unml'raf'tIle [ l'lIgl Ii. I His I arguments were clear, cogent 1 I Missomi I Compromise: \\'l! do so only!)l 'ecaus' 1 agiin&t; the South ? There can be no neu. arrangements, refuse to join in the procession i, Whig Pres, could injure our cause. It is

nnny olyections that 1 so.st themselves to ;i and im;>ressi\o.i I lie I a J verted to I the pioceedI !. s-teh: a basis has been heretofore act'iiescedi '' which is moving to save the Union and j[i when Whi
lea-t forth
Iraiiiy now- of:all on the part of timepress. only s put them : as coming
mind and I will
my therefore glance as lustily I inxs) of tins Convention, giving, a concise histor i in as a means of preserving the Cimiom.I the South"hen a council of w.ir has determined i
I He th-tt is for i is 1; from Southern Democratic that they
as possible at a few of them. not me i againM me. i a press,
I > I thereof, and wound up amid.-t the J ::1. Resolecd, That any compromte lh.it line of buttle, shall each subaltern I i
In the first place, I agree{ with: .Mr. Clay in of the meeting by invoking Illl'l to Ilit'Jh 1\i"lU. morn on the part ofthe t South t dan a: I the'liil !! A fearful responsibility rests on tlrxe who give upon a are powerful l for mi>chief. It is :like tha aJ-
j :
withdraw! from the fi ht the
rojing that: CJifiunia can )no claim to the him oi f the ::h\'ill'! platlorin. II :' lIri Compromise of\\icl :'hat loinpro- :'direction i; :lo t the popular; r.iind. and wo l be to or join I I ere testimony ot'a witness of notoriously i ;

cilinctiol of f a p epIc, in : 1 legal: or consti (; I !, the other 1 fiom the mine is the basis I, enemv because 1iv plan was not adopted: his
D.jponl Delegate
I en. not i Ii njtpiessivc an degraj ;, him at this time: who shall s-jek to direct it to I: bad character in a court ol' juMice. It is only
Iltjonat sense of the In fiaming her :Middle i I Disl'ict of Florid who views followed! ? How unreasonable how ,
t the f
t"IO.
j (his whose
I "lf'St'nllJi the haven.The evidence i is against the party
State Con tiution"t' hnvo no evidence that: i I the I Democratic patty: i in ('ouvt'nt I. < i the Noilh, in the confedeiaey! and asl indiisgs II' wrong __u ___ u unpatriotic I subpcrna has brought! him: forward, that he is

bile-(:Jed 0 0'tercisl t'host; attributes of bov.orcjgnty t i, yule, was nest iiitiotJiiced! ) t? Ihe stand.! Thn s,I one })lion.) of the: conf deacv; t? a |tnte (.i .\ disiin '-iMieil; citizen of New lorI writes
I in Florida.
winch arc essential to that owl.Ilsr Prospect I Oas to Le dreaded.
(,PJ population was almost entirely transient.: calmuess of and] We refer our readers: to the oflicial report follows : But Democratic fiiend I want t soulS
gre-it -eling e iruiimity| )' of Oa motion of F. L. Viilepiguo, it waslicsohcd says a ;
Indh iduals! of all nations,kindred! and tongues temper) and but little subject, (to the iuflcnc\ TLat this meeting select two and the letter of our: correspondent, for an account I confess the conduct of t tho southern politicians paper[ from Washington :' what must I tale

had temporarily gathered there for the puipose I of giddy impulse.! Cut it was to delegates to represent Madison countj! in theup of the Southern Rights Meeting, held amazes tnt With their property. the Union thus ? Shall
being opposed to us
digging gol I '. They carried no sovereigntythere. i minds (Jf all acquainted: with the :st meeting ol (the Nashville Cun\entiln- last their slfeltheir lives, and their all at stake
I in Madison. I been
They abjured no allegiance to tLl'l calm and deliberate mode "'f public! Generls speaking, i it j (Under this Kosolution! t the I lion Join C. Saturday Having present -with on.e great common interest, and em.IjmkeI I take the Intelligencer or Republic! ? Sot /if

sovereignties; fiom whence they came, and} to t ti} at hen under the influence of innuKes) Mcdehec(; and) Th-js. L. WJJilllJd:, E-q", Tt>rt' we can say that it is long since we have : in t the same I.otrllm-each one seen you are a D mo.rat. They are both opposed

tthich they expected soon to rctuin. The I' and) feelings not common, lo him o'i public occnsions. chosen delegates. seen unlhing so encouraging and inspiring: as to have seized his own plank! and all are padj j, to you, and to the South too. Take the Southem -

population, \\ith exceptions, was not fixed J to : ; lie took up the questions at issue I'-irtou C. Pope, l>q., moved that the proceedings the manifestations: on that occasion. It was dling in different dirt'ctiollliwithout any concert j Press-(weekly 2, tri-weekly $">))that,
the soil They owed no allegiance to ( ahi. between the North and South examined of this the ,)action. So far: a* I can see, there i is i
tlu'l meeting be published( it indeed :a gathering of the people.! The roads; if ofthe Dem.jcratic oft (
or to the United States, a 1 I not a single! point in which they all agree ; not a supporter part
great
nuny full},', asid as he piogicssed he warmed with his Tallahassee papers, and the Sou.hern Pressat : the with I
of them. They cO\1! not have been undo i subject, and in thoughts that breathe and Washington.JOHN I even on day previous were strung and it seems a moot.question, whether, ii the t the South, is not thai party's assailant and :
'I
subject there to public duties, except so far as'' v.oids that bum," he nrg"*d his countrymen? to C. IcG; EU EE, Prr.sidetl)1. freemen approaching the Court House from North were inclined to concede all they a k.I calumniator ; while it /> the supporter! ot ;

a municipal: regulation might be concerned.They .- stand. I, t their right s. I Driven momentarily \ L. TOOK:, net President remote portions of that immense County they would know exactly what they wante 'l Southern institutions.
owed their duty and allegiance to the ) In (;od's name, is this a time fur them to indulne
from hi moorings, and yielding to emotioiuwhich t l L. Vn.Lin'iuun: Secretary. some from a distance of 30 or 40 miles.- ------
States from: whence they cal(, and no foreign lie he exclaimed their party I feelings, or sacrifice their Hamilton County.
pardoned
may(1 -- - -- Then on Saturday were to be seen old! m-n: ,
power could forcibly CM range them. ( t Ihal ful"nit to dishonor like this, let Meeting in Jefferson County.At vital interests to paltry minor distinctions ? The Democrats in Hamilton are the first)

Again : by what authority did the people (so the last drop of Huguenot blood tint warms t a large mass meeting of the citizets of who, in want of conveyance, had wilked There should be but one party amongst them present their candidates for the Legislature! -
calling them elves) ,) organize the California eight or ten miles to share in the proceedings -the of self.d fenc self-preservation.
; be party
this heart poured out as an oblation: on the Jefferson; County, held at Hunkers Hill! o the Major
State and how c'-ns'i- of the la Hut has well Let them all toe the mark at some one and good selections have they made.
COI'Cltiol, were they altar of our common rights. Tit sentiment 'J.th July, for the purpose of taking into con. ( ) our correspondent great i

luted Under the proclamation of the Milltaiy electrified me. My I mind \' :. for' a moment I feidiration the great fiuitlhcrn question, (' moI described iho feelings which animated the point, and there fight it out shoulder to s>ho,d- Allen C.; Johnson, candidate for the Senate,

Go\'rro.of the Territory, orlJl'rnl them to the history of the noble. Huguenots, o! I I I lion of Mr. Davis, Col. Heir was calledlothe congregated: mass. We need only add that der. hit must come to a contest of sections, 1: has been once before! elected: t that boJjTun

to COU"t'II', and specifying( thirty-seven! : Dele) ) whom he is a descendant. They always In- j chair, and D. T. Lingo appointed srcrcry. the victory will be with that which is most tier the Territorial regime in IS I It. Hffwala
of the much
speakers surprised as as
gates as the number which: bit in Convenlion. tod tyranny, and! in the cfloil to ie.sist it, came I The chairman then, in a very lucid mliner, many united and homogeneous. The comparative useful and member. During the

The body assembled, and regarding near looking their existence as a 'pe.! I !, explained the object of the meeting, aid\ on they delighted in. Oar correspondent has weakness ofthe South will he made up f for I by intelligent 13':"
i their number as to few it that done Messrs. Forman DuPont and the cement of a common interest, which Mexican: war, he wu appointed to the
being seems thought: (.f their conflict \\ilh the powers of motion Messrs. \ S. Dilworth, It. C- turst, justice by great )

they enlarged it to scvcnty.ninr, supplying the France, under Francis the First and S'coll Noah Teat, Edmond Davis, and Jo"lIuTay. Pope. or the others who spoke, we may say is war.tingin the North, and cannot: be supplied Regiment commanded \hJ Col. Echols, ant'

deficiency of forty-two, (more than the num. for religious I I ldi"itt.t, I followed t them through lor were appointed a committee to drafiireso-\ that Mr. Moseley, Whig candidate f.ir the by fanaticism.: We have no glt eat overshadowing served in Mexico until near the close of A* :

her originally authorized,) from the list of the h Hurning Chamberheix decrees were lutions expressive of the sentiments f tho interest, paramount to all others, :

those who had been defeated before tLc people i issued to burn all Huguenot or Protestant meeting. The committee then retired and Sl'ualt''ns short, but tu thc point-the same and! can never be brought to act in concert. war. candidate M; ,

and rejected I by them at the poll*. Now, hmereiirs-tlmruughi the reign of Chars the duriitg lit absence ofthe committee, M",. Pa- may be said of Dr. Schafior, Democratic candidate All that is necessary is union." John n. Smith, Ksq., is' the t

if-it was at all necessary for Col. Riley to con- I IX, and t through the bloody massacre S'. py of Leon county, was called on to aidress for the [House ; uhile Dr. Westco't' Let them all toe lime. marl at some one the lower House. Our acrjoaiutance wl"

rene them by proclamation, and to appoiiiuii Bartholomew, \vhoie, :30.000 of them were lime meeting, who acquitted himself bit; Usually Democratic candidate l for the Senate, and) Mr. great point, and here fight it out shoulder to him i is limited, but that little is favoraM-

their \'otl. it was certainly necessary that they slain, and it was thought the sentiment was happy manner. The committee th fchould have obeyed 'his instructions.! ) Wardlaw, Democratic candidate for t the shoulder." Shall we not do it.' The Nashville ii/i
i followed the
i elliJlgui hpd. I heroic remnant and through the chairman retried the estimation in which newt1 .1
Again : admitting that the proclamatic n I of that brave people! (refusing as t they iltu the first twelve ofthe resolutions of the Jasshville House, who went more fully into a discussion Convention has marked down the great showing 'fromtb* ft

calling them together was proper, and that il- yield their lights even on time scaIbld( ) as they Convention, which were imaniutnislyadopted II of the questions at issue, called forth frequent point." Shall we not all toe the mark" and) by his fellow-citizens. A hearty pull ,

stead seventy-nine, they had only the thirty look in lands. I acclamation. Col. Dihrorft' Dr. Democracy in that County, will entirely! me.deem
refuge fbieign thought of by and most forcible expressions of applause.We .- fight it out shoulder! to shoulder ?1" Is not thisIhe
seven Delegates authorized, in Convention, I that poition of i them [who fettled the: Atlantic: I Ru. cll, and Cu!. Heir, severally add ssed have been favored with a of Dr.Westcott's ) Hamilton in October. We look uiwa i
report of honor ? All Equally
how was it known dud they had the requisite portion of the Slate of South Carolina, and the meeting on the hiibject before then for path answer yes. the election of these gentIemenaeerta .

population; to entitle them to admission, count who furnished such soldiers as Francis Ma. consideration.On remarks to which we call the afrtention is it the path ot'safetysafely for our rights. --

ing all, resident and non-resident ? No cenMIS !I lion and. his brave: compatriot, and from whom motion of D. T. Lingo, resolved, That dour readers. The vote on the Ueso. safely( for the Union. The North will yield Columbia County. {C '

had been tal.'J, and our Constitution pro. I den. Dupont has descended ; and I thought the proceedings of this meeting bo publihed lutions of the Committee as they were read her unrighteous demands before such concert, We received this morning. but too lStCto.day's

vide* a basis of federal! representation, : no that hiitor in blood would bear him in the Tallahassee of a Democratic
lr I ) baptized papers. j\' one after another, was a nearly aye-not a and the determination which it will gi\.c.- paper, the proceedings
State, without treaty)' stipulations! to that: cflect, out in saying what: he did. The Huguenot, The meeting then adjourned. dissenting sound broke the which Convention held iii Columbia, fi>r \h'
be admitted without the 'I' J. HEIR unanimity We all believe this-even those who refuse to !
can requisite popula. they never laiied any submissionists in that Cha i'maf' "-1oael
lion. It is idle to say, as some have said, that ful1iJ; ). The whole speech was in keeping D. T. LINGO, Secretary pervaded the assembly. Messrs. McGehee take position upon this platform confess nomination of'a Legislative I.,e'e..oUt HO* ,

they Micc&l the population to be more thanfcuflicicnt. with) the sentiment of the gallant people from and Whillock, were appointed County Delegates it. This being true, should any stand aloof- Robert Brown,formerly Speaker of the

I Mine; it was and i in not, and I whom lIe sprung, and he concluded by urging Is THIS A (lALIMIIX THAT I SEE BftFOIKMK to the next assemblage of the Southern and the South remain weakened, divided and was nominated for the Senate, and Dr. Jmes

hate as much right to 'J1t'as any one. All :36 30 as the last concession to which the South ?" "Why, my child what is the miter Convention.So how fearful will be their S. Jones :and John, W. Jones, Esq., for !the

the evidences we n to the amount of can yield in 1 lonor, and judging. from the loud ?" exclaimed a lady lo her little boy, wjo powerless, responsibility ti&kel, and
much for the sentiment Madison House. This u a strong
their population i against t them. response of Ihe people, I judged they thoughtso rushed into the bouse, out of breath, a shift coun. for all the evil that may: ensue I Should lower command the

The official vote polled their, summed, up too. I lime after dark. I ly-a county which filled with Georgians and disunion come, upon these men, next to the one which will undoubtedly r Jnanimous

thirteen thousand, all (old, and this is the most Resolutions approving the Nashville' plat Wha-what's that mother ?" said the Jjlf I South Carolinians, has no idea of separating fanatics of the North, will (fall the curses of support of the Democracy o

reliable, dalit that i is to be had on the subject. (foim, were unanimously adopted, as the published fellow, pointing to something white swingirj from Georgia and South Carolina to !hold on posterity for the untimely disruption of cur County. _

Well, in the United States, that would, under proceedings will show. After which, back and forth in the mid-air. j I to New YOlk anti Massachusetts. County
before the for both "That," the mother that ) noble confederacy. Democrats of St. Johns
our own census of 1840, indicate a populationof the candidates people replied ? wit home OCrThe ,
about seventy thousand touls! a fraction less bunches |f the Legislature were called on, that's father's bhiil t upon[ the clothes! line. Returning through Jefferson, we were the Democratic candidate J for Coo"'reS5
Oh it (; ) told by a highly intelligent gentleman that he The weather for the last few days, has bscn gave !t.jol.r' .
. than the number which would entitle them to and all who fell a willingness lo speak, pledged thnught irar a aJjihin'n gaspc Beard, a Darbccuo un Saturday.1 !

admission and to one member: : in the lower ihcmsehv > for :IK5 J 'JO. he little fellow, ,mu'jh rcljyvcd.Jr. knew no nnn in tint county who was; in favor excessively warm. Maj.)

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Falling 3ack. c mmunicatfs these facts says pralialih gome Speech of Br. Joha Westcott, j I I lk<* to know if there are any claiming res. pledge ourselves to sustain that nomination .Arrival and Departure of the Mails.

The :Myiedgcrillp; Recorder. Whip. 1ii'-ti (/ the I'loidsMttial, Ealaiy xvis; relied uj, >oti l<> Delivered at the Sou'htrn Rights Muting lid'! der.cc here who arc not Floridians ? I would to the utmost ofour ability. .\vrtFirrn-Arrives %Vedneui1'y r Friday, a nd Sun-

.. I'&n 'hc ndvocate of the CJa.Vioj fjii'i-1 the fur I her payment upon I iht mpr: plantation at Miitlimn Cvtt't llouxc vi ..SzurdafAu.- } like' to know if there are any among us WhO j Resohed, That xve avail ourselves of this day. it .1 o'clock, A M. Leases %Vrdneay,Fridiy J ,
|lPipioe bill that is Gen. 'I .
silaiy M.A'eijer
? : nne. .mor.ihi'ielote. like! Florid an fll' r.tay, ar 3 u'clock A.
y. : i less and other States ? The I to our deep and unfeigned
i)0. inure
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gwst opportunity expics *
; .''n"'nt ScLenie, falls back wuw the -Artiqi' Tuesday and Fnd y, al 10 o-
of his TLis IJM.O\V Cni7.K.\3 :-I I bate not sought to present citizens of Florida are from Spain and j F sorrow at the loss which the Democratic party cK-k. P M Lea>\Vednesday and Sunday, at .1 .
ofthat rncastit to the Missouri CosnproTlic the interoM family. *s the iea-on.it Slate in the Union. choice of this State .
felt peak beie to. that J interest every Through in common with the people o'clockA. M.tfoicI1oAtriycg
lias been rabid i in j is slid, that the family does not return t"jouitiann. day ejected to have Tuc dav and Fatnrdar, a!
; Recorder nut so but they made Florida their home : the SpanianU have sustained by the death of that able States ,
thit
Ifls. [ G Taylor, lionet*, vou, : I miht; again express inyirws P. M. Leave A. M.St .
en. and 6
previously honest Monday Fridjj at ,
the adrocatPS of the Nashville by transfer of the King of Spain. We man, profound Jurist, and incorruptibly .
er'o Col. Bliss' marriage with hU daughter ujion! a question which is deeply agitating: eteiy have .Marks aad.'Vtwpu'it-Arrive* Monday,Wed

) plan! a'iIisunSotiis'8v; and "tiai.tor' settled her a considerable! sum section of it l,6 VH'DI. JuSt three yeai s# ago, I Ihtn populated! a Territory and made a man, W> i.un II. Urockenbrough.Rcsolcul nesd..y. and Fririav. at 7, P. M Lravt Monday,
ifmouy.
upon avowed State ; and though young in the Confederacy That XVR tender to the widow Vedn'iivnvwI t Fridiy.at 7, A. MT -
outs Wlii co-ljiliorers in GcoranJ publicly my convictions if what! was
as tome Arrival of the Canada. an-1 fair f i cling* and interests in ibis great question and relations of the deceased our heartfeltmpatbies *>utnnscilte Arrixejilouday atC.P l-M. LeaveaTn.
corning; our duty when the time anived.
Sen- .
olspwhere. It their 'I.XorrtnppArruYe5. A. M.
noxv at
fa urgrs should male us emulathc of not being behind. '*\ and sincere condolence in this y
HALTIMORC, July :31, 4 p. in. It appears Some that the time A : taUveb to the adoption In this the of Florida i is their of affliction.Kettolccd
and Reprp* {1)rt matter 'vereiitv season .
or should F'rdav 3/P.
31.
The steatmbip Canada arrived at Halifax we not only peak.. but act hnhhl t. The ; at

of the Missouri linr, and say* tlmt: it l al! re- this nwrnins with Liverpool date t to the tiO'b di'st tinv of the people of Florida and t the South: about to be inradfd ; her equality is threaten That( tie! proceedinss of this .___.s _
ed. We of the
gard (dp rcj 'ctitin of thai line by tl). North July, and ih.* foll Mitnnnry hoxv that
tint is due Floridian A Journal with the
our primary allegiance to : request
tnit; niouut tu her |iroclaimio fcorselt the brought, by' her : glorious, they hue; biit to will it, and stand upto riti/rns. ol this pbc*", I have opened a WRITING
hS Fiorid.i first and her other
through In States they! I be published.!
lh"ir duty. To do our duty is to Maud wiiji SCHOOL, addition s\\lc of Arithmeticwhich
to
in \
adiocaie of diRinion, by forcing Jij roMsionto Tlif .llirkt'1.-L.iviupooi. July CO.-C<)tton. t- and the Union.Felloxv Whereupon, the meeting adjourned sine uy now
he Constitution in o'lr hand, and require but ha snch satisfaction iritlii
?
ihe sale of the week have amount*"] tn gen general
the p4.iflt' *uat 4e wou'd neither tiear herM'lf citizens, from the foundation: of the die.
I 110,0(10( hales at j advance, of xxhich that justice which 5'' gmrantees to us. If this xvorld! the loud JENNINGS Chairman. 01 ty. Ber en's "sy item of Penmanship will be practically
to moment
GEORGE
beat present professions ,
thoie
nor expect to upon whom pit* is denied, t then without counting the co %peculators took : ,ouo) anl I 10.0'JO : taught in Yuanggentkmen
espoiters of siijtcrior in'egnty! have been made by men JOHN S. I'l'Kvi.xT Secretary.MARRIED. .
Lcz.; $ Fair Orleans) Bunted at 8 ?, and] cloMtij: up
There is little] dwU now but that the at that figure. Rice, large Mipp'.ies! of Caroli.na I the i itieq-iiliiy i in which inch act shall I piaceus. ; men have always been disbelieved and disregarded or any joulh who has nol been taught jstematically,

t Yej>. "at hazard: anj to the lastetremiv. will in time make snch t
snort 34
entire South will take ground on the Missouri : on hand : prices dumping ; sales of 70t' every by the cisisse of mankind ; and those a impioTecient
ml the At Holmes' Valley, Washington County, on the arnconf.deot.\ he admired by their friends parent -
rros at J7 1'iour XX.MS easier a prices who
have assorted: and order of
basis. Iesthau this will vt quiit the c or general patriotism
-the South especial! IJui it tn-Jvl be tmnhifiiiip visions were Rte-idy! iiftl active. attached to i the Unum, liecausel I legard its lows, have g.-Mierally excited mote of disgust SUS\N J. LOcKr.Y.all of said Ounlv. 1CPttj. at his Dagocrrean Sky Light Gallery! ,

compromise-nn r',pe (4 f cand settle 7W/// viIntelligence./ .- Vl I ho latest dates .t a Union of equal sovereign St-Ves based and derision than admiration.IJefore over J. B. Bull & CL'- Store, from 9 fi> 12, A. M..

ment. lube -lliKsmiri line is adopted, it twist the American fleet was !} itc ijil ''be Port of upon equal lights! equal dignity, equal justice, I close, I wish to say a fexv words OBITUARY.Ansel's and horn 2 to 4, P. M. Specimen* cf hi' practical

le, done in good f* b-''here must be no after Lisbon. Tim papers turni i uo nexvs reztr. good faith iutei national re'ird.. as well as upon the expression from certain quarters : the have plucked' a flower in our midst, Penmanship "hexvn to ladies and gent IVnenxx ho may

din? the difficulty between Portugal and the conbtiliitionnl obligation. Uellow ( iiz'ri talk xxhich i>* going the rntmd of military And left the stem to nature' sure ilrcaj. desire it. The vsfein of Arithmetic taught irt two
it. This xx-o-jld
remove aUutst using
*to briug the (.lims'iiu'ion
attempt and the (Juioi.
( by supvrflcial
United SUites. means to keep the States in Union. Fellow Departed: this life nn Sunday, the 4th d.ty! of AusriM.lSoO.afteraprotractcdillnos.ni.IZ lesson* df tulf hour each. Evening Classes to ac-

that calamity xvhicli (be South, h by insisting upon The I Holst iiiprs.U i believed bad 8Cto- thinhf'fi, are too often corlIu iidet]. Thi-y are citizen, the (Union' vas not founded on the \ N.,third cemmodate froni S to y o'clock.

the! Missouri line, *: secUing to avert-adiaaiuliou ally commenced difficulties between Denmark) entirely diti-'rent things. The C jstitntion principle of force ; and it cannot be preserved dai. Uer of Col. and Mis.! R. Cutler, ot Lake Jack- JOHN K. LLOYD.Aunit .
made I the I Uninu.I It i is the foundation
cftltf. Ut.wn. The South is tired of anil the Duchies. A large Uiissian licet had i upon by such application. It rests on mutual interest 0:1: Finrida. It may be consolation for hor distant ; 3, IS50. 39
which this column of t States is built.Destroy .
thirty
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tins everlasting warfare on her rights and domesiic arrived oiFthe coast fur the purpose of render1112 *, and exists alone by the observance of the rLPfl(1s to know that her ;partins;scene,from those of
I this! (foundation! ,, and I the mighty siructuro -
assistance. rights and fee'ings' of section. Whenever kindred ties, was crowned wilt smiling which Attention Planters.
and if disunion sentimentR every peace ,
of the Union, consr-crated it is l the
pcacf. ; prevail deliv. ) ( as bv
The Queen ofSpain had been safely I force shall lie necessary to make its [part* none but God can give,and though ve grieve her absence HAVE j just -mired p >r Cri<; Ocilla, a tot of
it i is because the N.irlh blood and toil of fatheis It!!U I
am1lflg OUT people, ered of a son, but \\hich died soon afier. A our revolutionary cohere, the spirit in xxhich it originated xvill in our midst, xe! i is that grief sweetened with SOLID SWEEPS and TURN PLO.VYS1. Cull ani

ty her constant aggressions, is j preiiiug them difficulty bad arisen betxxeen pilnnd !Portiigjl and crumbles hitoiiiins! carrying do't n forever have departed, and I the xalue of xxhat rem-iin i tears cf joy. C- examine for -vour.-eUes.
the glories of t the pisl and the hopes ol the JAMH-> B. GAMBLKin .
of heiiiig's
Shmild the in of the marriage xvill
the ull. be a consequence not the troubl1 undertaken
to consequence sister xxhh Dun) drlo The SpanMiMinister future. I Indeed, fellow citizen*, the L'liivn, compensate Died in Macon, Cleorscia; on the 3J instant, Mrs. Asruit !>."(>. 31
for its
disruption of lie bond of the Confederacy bad the without the; Constitution, oujht, to fall. It preservation. SU AN C. r.URNEY.xxife of S. F. Uurney, of thL"it .
at Portugal protested against We shall
defend rights ask the Notice
our xx-e
the blame will rest with those who are forever would be a rwrer, anJ not a blesing : a grand ; \ in t ii.e 22d year of her ae.
nf his .
(fanuin the fire of *>ecti< nal disrord, and this issuing( Its1orts.i1oiiciiihion :hall.; Ireland, bad been closed, consolidated despotism;; each I our producing guarantees of the Constitution : equality to Cut off in youth,and in the second month of \\eddd JS hereby given that at Ite next ses irn cf the GenJ. -
State .
every and I pray that no such alterna- erit l Aswemhly ot the! State of Flrridaapplicati
pnaHin; the Sattth to do thai which she would and agitaiion entirely ceased. som! vile monster to disgiacc mankind.We Live H' tint of submission to encroachments on life, the blow talk heavily on her parent and xvill be made t tot an act of incorporation trtr the po V..

The overlanJ! mail from India and China of I the South look to this instrument these fr.cndfind s jIb redoubted tnrce 0:1: hi:%> xxho-e han- pose if f ci>n !rurfin { a Plank! R.ia-4 ln>3 AUigator.C .
rights xxj.l! be thrust If
t
avoid. had arrived xxilh later dates. Noncommercial, alone (while of l the! Union.) for safely fiom upon u? t they I ine9-i had been so recently crowicd by th.Mr union. l >mljta County" to some point .*a ffld St. Jonas v
arc, tb' re will be but one: course left-one St. ry'fliver. JAMES S. JONES,
( the ills hat ,
the are I threatening tic. With tfcej .-
concluded -
be1
From Tampa. treaty had yet been ween duty to pursue. President of the Meeting.Au .

fly a recent arrival at Newport from Tampa United Status and China. j I Constitution: tmiin.kcn! i't, our haixis. we can Iu making this declaration. I spurn xrith! indi2natiou aI1aIt'U3CC |3ricc Current.C'JilIliCT ti-f 10. 1S-V 31 3ia
The Pacific bad arrived at Livej. gize :above I ihe sea of fictions pas.iiii'. It I )
the Waltulla Tiws learns I hat the Arkaufca Kteanibbip 1 uiuM be a h.trzivr xthich xvord oflawhi.c any cinrge I that I um ill Javor of orI Notice
|)iol, fiotn New York making: the jasIge in upon eveiy desirous! : of a dissolution of the Union yrori-
ddoga'iou! Indiana were esjwcted soon and halt' The Cambria ht4)! also violence will! break it liartnicr. f firy. : D WKKKLY: : UV C.; F. IIVTIICWAY. hereby Eriven. that application will be cwtTe tor
tea days a lCd h IS
xx e can the Union in the and
New Orleans j Keliovv citizens I am contet.t to live under .ve spirit the General Assembly the St. ie ..f tior daat
in Si'ive l lr accuuipai'.ied by in twelve
arJved al Liverpool day1 pa M f. letter in xvliich i it formed. ..
.
was its rfxt *fn>n. tor >-{ ot incorortiiot| i't r>tinfcro
<:, to die xvr.b it. Than thi, I !t.Ir UUP! v.-\i\ noni.iie fl.GGING-tiunnv Cloth, 20 a 22
about twenty of the &u'inti'es. Dow Lej Band Messrs. Cunard: and Co. have determined and We know i tir rights and duties in the Con Kentucky, 17 n l'jPjndee i from the r.ty ot Tallaha-see. one to Tb,B -

Sum Jones *xiH not goVert-the latr: to tab'ish' a liir o 1 steam propellers between : no far as in my powei, 1 shall accept ( drracv. Let us ex-cr ,maintain I the one, and Iti; a >j villearifl; AfKnt'ei-ho.orse to tUunvy .and uriC )

Liverpool and Nv Yo.'k, tur the puipose ofcarrying ijo less. porfbrm the other indicate Sea Isi.tnd, IS a 5 JBALC p4iitbt ou he St. Marks rver.T411111a4.'e. .
however he will not inteifrre to Most i ii T rem.dy to our rights Aitan' I ) > SoMcINTOSH
feajs prevent feilt.J : ( joii Know my poliilra: faith. Iiynu ROPE-Northern, J ( Itf f IH.I
: retire
While!
our *. ready for thexx'or.i
theis IHWII etui ratitig, \xU > may desuc to <'oho. T t'i'l! not t, I shook' decline on the |>n sent xxrong ; Kentucky, f 9 n 10(
', ilf ,i'iir JI k-t u? hvpe that a spirit of moderation Mdiiilta 1'i a 25 IIcQTJEEN ,
abttt 7ig. -
or I fic1tq. I ,eeai.Ii i an extended discussion <.f those prinespies.
}It U said that ta'k field Carino-
al a at Mr. Rkett-A Traitor! I tuiI.! however, that each hoi.r in and j justice xtill preside nxxr I the councils! ot I the Cotton Line, 20 a 25 ATTOUNBV AT L A \%' ,
say
iahachee between ten I'wis and Bow The H"-i. II. IS. Rhett was calltd!! n 1nit.trby t'ie bston: of the past .has but s-'en ;! cued l nation ; '!nt a <-; iril o JuI!t jot i'.ni compreh- TWINS! -rllemp Seine., 45 20: n a 25 TxJ VT/1LL a'lcn-Ithe CirriHt CoitrN in the Dtattrr.

the ( ieral oliserved! Bow >ix-p ft'O't! h to embrace I tite vi hoe! count V ? I'inr.i! ;il'e net Stuts Dss.t'irt fc.wt afSf.
I4e *, tt i to Legs thaiIH my ; :
p hi in i the Uiii- beiitf and I feel, I all he
Mr. 4 lay. in tecent speech nit noxx I liiut not only i ;ROC ERICS-Bacon Hams, ti> a 1A
xvill their Anv|] rie! ; hf S.iprejr.e t'ourt at TsJtaha-xee
sicti'uis that fi.rbearance ;
guide t
djd not can to have any lu 'ih"r talk with led Stales : enite. for uttering s'titin'titS some South, but every patriot in tie! land ong* t to : a patriotic :Si it1ec. 7J a 8 and prosecute Cl.i'tn tr riiixen i iI pirt ofFlni-
any
and regard for the interests and feelings Shoulders 6
ti) xvell -
of a Ji
a? the rights each other and T
Is Mr.I Ilheti, entitled liicli aione desti as Cr nzrr"' rim at litAddrra. Depjttmenfi.
ilutii.ti of the Union. not : can ve us 1144fl( i Jeep uciion,
ting : and that he did not care whether far ilril lie |Ia | l'othctear, a -
I I : uti maiks sot by I the Fathers of the .fwksonville, EFlorida..
his utin ion ? I Is the fieerhun speech ] llirca'cnt tins of who
I to by policy a p rtry now Mess. $11 tt 15
left Florida tZUt that he. Gen. Twi intended (ConP-deracy be lost sight of. Atg'4l in !I'.5). 31
or not
;
izg. !; to l>c aluidgrai ? Is the South: to be troddenupon propose to settle i this qui'stion by lea' hug it may Prime, a -
leave and take all the Iu reference to the object for xxhich Flour, Northern, $9 a 10St.
with express
to regulars I cut ed :and desolated and date i not attue open-a disn-puiibje:i ) evasion of l 1.'yiiinnle ic- Medical College cf Georgia.
his I Louis, a 10
called.
turn ; and that next full the Governor of Tiorida. I son I talk! of revoluion: wtihuiit being i oVtiounced potiaibii5'y. Concurring: causes have podu: the meeting tva s of am glad th t I han< Ohio, : 7 a 8 rpt ANNUAL COURSE cf LF.CTUFiCconv'iiet itt

wolud end the cow drive down wj!.nntiirm a traitor ? Are tint the states sovereign ced out precrizt (laug'r.! A fire has been kit!. views.opportunity I have alxxivs publicly considered expressing my Meal, a 13 I rfi on t tie!
? Did they enter the Union to be tiani- diiog xxhich now threatens to consum0 I theo that upon CvrT: a &}'. *I next, and continue until first ot M.trch.G .

; : that be. Bow LP;S was xxcli] acquainted' I 1 J'd! tipfiii and disgraced ? Aic thy bound I Rejiublic. The Territoiial! question: is the lhi question? XXT have not only the Constitution CT.eJiva, j4T.gira. fi \\C M. NKVVTt'N.M. D.-Anatomv.

with them, awl l that tbey- would diive bitn and I the; Union, though death and ruin shall spreadthroughout I fuel that now sends the his iug t'ane t to the bu! t'qtit upon 6t rs! le. 'Whn a move, ; .. V2i a !4 .ALEXXl. ilE.\XS, 11. !>.-Chesistiy astFiuarracy.

Jim warriot. out of the mntry. I fl.iw L.'gsan \ limits of heaven Settle lltis : was us; conirripiateJ! {to organise ancombine Rio, n li
I their as a consequence a i I upon just, ntti.tkmd: ) Candle*, Sperm, 50 a t>->4 1. P. \RVrX, M. D.-Maferhk Medlta, Titcia.pt.tthc .

; eHreJ roucb atl.'e-ted, nud aIJ that be d-'pariuie from the oljjecH of its fotnuiionl!- ftioyn.ls, and the :main hlIsZe] is citjntitheti--: ; Southern sentimetit?! so that unity of Tallow, S a l lui< and ?.I-diral Juj tfcdeHee.

would < but; declined "in ou board the Have the sovereign States no right to gcced Cithe Heptiblic sa\ed. If it i is not settled iov ;utpose and) concert of action might govern Adamantine, H a 25 P. F. iVF. M. D.-Sursren.L .

;: ; f oin th' Union, even though oppressed sinedi. I p.'tj' the constitutional basis. Southern t.xe- us, b) the i issuing of f an ad b ess to i the people Xitgar, Loaf, 13 a 15 D I'tfU, M. P.-institutes anJ IVartice ciAfetlirine
teataer. preferring to wait for Crushed. 13 a 15
a more convenient rac-'d by u tyrannical tnujority T Is sove.O 1 reign'y made unequal. The sword of power jf the Southern, members of Congress, as well lilt New Orleans, 7 c 9 J. A EVE- M D.-.-OhiTetrrc* arnl Dlsea* C

opIor unity. annihilated ? Is d I has been is all the incipient steps which led to the asiunblage .
reignty ours altea-ly n graix : hung up between her and the Tt rri- Florida a Women anti Infants.II

C'tisoiidated tlespo'.Utn: ? Is it tteason toad 1lories.. of Sout bet u Delegates at Nashville t Jticf, Carolina, 6j a S F. CAMPBELL, M. Dccionstratoi, d Anatomy -

North Carolina Electien.Th" aiid I their action I that occasion IMS Florida, a tI
secession ? 'I'Lee solemn If the upon not
s. left
v cate are q'i people are Jo with:: their
go propcrty. .
election \oiib Carolina toolt Potatoe, Iiteh, a Rf>CERTCAlirCiLLM. l).-Assisanl Drown.tra
I
in place had I
but
uly: approval
advocacy.
lions and sbnulj be solemnly considered. ; ot'Mnatcvcr kind, to the Territories. my Street, a t ?OT.

0:1 1'htirsay! the Hi inst. A Ooveruor aoJL Who calls M r. Rhett{ a ttaiior ? A man whir I ( xvtthmit K-t or riI hint hind,atice, upon t that The Nashville Convention! recommended a 1'iti, ilackerel!, No. 1, ?l lXo. <> Clinical lii-tnwf;', will be gttrea aa hercteftrerxrifltoo

islature. were cho r possei-s-ed of Iranscend-tnt abilities, and jrroxvto I point we are sHiisfled.is vision of the Teiritory acquired o'" Mexico 2. $UCofJSsh ? extn* chaf e.

b.' the parallel nf :IJij .'{'J in other! xvord : none. The fee for the ear-re course w 113 OfJ"Mxtrirnlation
Few returns were received bv th. 1st tniil.: ! Mullet, none. (taken once) 5- ***
i'ltTiberland County h> w8 *a Democratic cou.,iry, deiK'tinces the institution of el laver mission of C.ilifiruni aa S'a" Upon this rtcommended the adoption of i the Mi l ouiiiimpromisc Juurr,Goshen, 25 Demonstration Ticket (optional.) It lG.

j as a xvrong, an evil, and a cu .e-who recently t- point, \ have not the t time to s-iy bus little.- ( line, extended to the Pacific Cnnntr 20 a 25 M. NtwToN.M. 1.Ds.
gain of 253, and two precincts in New lian.. Oreau. Tiiis is recommended a an extreme I CThCPRP Gosben tI 1'1. 31 -it
Raid iti the United State Semite, he wouliyield A WheiieuT ii can be shown that California has ti Anzn .

over a similar gait) of 103. I'ilwe return; his lie! before he w ud! vote f.ir t the. exteusioi 'hee,) subjected! to the sam? ordeal I thtoughA ctncpssjon from I the South in favor of the Union I Pine .;; pte. Is u 2t.MaFflJ'e.S
Xrxw Orleans, 35 a 50 Florida.
index of the in other Counties of Who is M Rhett .' xvhidi at i J harmony. I State of
are any vote : felavey.: r. Mitsiisipjii, Arkansas: Uloiida, und Con .trw, 20 a 3D

Ileid i is elected by a handsome majority. 1 tine hearted, noble whirled def'iider of cmr'ghts ir | oilier Stales Lax'e been compelled to ptsstheien i iI Fellow citizen;, ibis i is a cotierssion: but as "r: Cxfra Xo. I, fi a 1iNi G A DSD EN CIRCriT euvliT.-IN ClLCfl1'. .

and iustitutiotiR-one who has sect I xx ill be but feeble objection to her adziieuiiui,. it .x-is xveil understood I by t the xvhole! country.. T, :4t tNivy Aa barber, )

I \ rth and South' : and has been ,ttt'i..rtcyl! for Bread, s a 10 ?S. ra (orTT Divtivrr. ,
Cr The Whigs uf Leon hold a cweig; twehv jears sen-ice in Congress, and knuxvs < To admit California as sinnow is, xvnitld, i inmy > .,, Sarah '
t
rarkers, I t 12t '
'here to-day to nominate ctuxiidurc 1r th:' hotticicnilets; and cruel our Noithern bieth. j op'iiioti, be to do a thing xvrotig iu itself, ).ar-, the Niishxillf Coux-entioii thought it :Tta, Black. sjO a 100 appe-irinj; f<> the tt fucf inn >f the Coart.ty at.( r

popular branch of the General Assembly ten have become. Mr.1 Rbeti prefers disunion and make a bad! precedent, xxhich in flitme !h.t for the whole South to rally; upon t this line. Green. SO a 125 davit tn this case (Ufiil) ;bat S rah HartMT. the Je.

t 44 dishonor, and he sees in the future the time, may biin sme great calamity u*. Tlis is the extreme Csnc-nit. It hu beenaccepted COTTON COOD<-O nabnrj. l-t, I2J a ItO4nabnrganht tentlanf, resides! bevond jurbthrtion ot this Cuntf,
The! Democrats) will return the compliment upon and it 11 12* out ti the State of Fl .ridJ, ai-4 vviihui the Stale ffCe'
iialefol fir 'S of ruin s'aring us in the face.: i There I is no m-ui I iai) contends she asks adfuissi.tn : nce, must be <> es.)ed. Such a
riia / is OrdtrrJ, That the iicl
: Saratsdaap-
on Saturday tt % 1 1'. he a tiauor 1 A tiaitor to wHat ? To the in I the usual In short) 1 cotisc xvill rally and concentrate: the South S.riped, It n I
vav. object !)'iIinL gown, I, 10 a pear, plrt-i, jr.swf r, or demur fo aai.l hilt ol cois>-
OIL: C. Wuuhmp, Jate 1Itak4t, bait len Union: ? I* not its I true spuit gone xxh-n one lo her 'und.iry and m-ide of coming. Sou'b-. upn a position that: is safe I'br her, and! from a flleacbeJ, 10 fl 15 plaint wit hii tbrfc cioi.fhsorsai-lL.ll wilt betaken

I portion of the otates are degr.t'ieJ' and di gnced ei,ft l ptriu'iMii fiiruisbej a lat e tund for tl.ei K& position xx e ought m.t and( trill not recede.If tUne, |, !2 a 13 pro epnffitno a.ainst said tftfendant, and that ttit'

appointed to the Senate iu place of Mr. \Vch.. by anoihei ? He a iraitot how /- j jl i pmchase of California; ; and claims anresp.ct equal *e are foAl t in a spirit of hibtrahitv,* all is CottonaJt, 12J a 30 cause 1 le et tot hrariu4 at the nest tvrm of aiJ
I sroi'd ..f nd in Noffinli
otirt the <) v next
Tickia. I2| u 25 on :-
tier. l for the constitutional of i vtiI. If not. the Nashville Convention, x' hen j
8y contending lights lot her voice in .
Congress.i
uoria Yarn1, $101) a t-25 i .biI it ffllr$1aer Orrterrrt, Tt t this nrdtT Le |pub.

He i it a genticmau; ot fine talents, of st;r- the South ; his o\vn Stale ntnm: them He [i IVlloxv citizens, if xe love the Union, if xve it again assetnliles, xvill and "ught to recocnnsciid 'hinrBrown,3..ttu' 10-4, 10 a 35 !ISFiir1isii li.-"ipd n!> some |
Iitt honesty, and will out the laws. Hh trmtld I le a traitor if he xx-as not true to them 'j continue t the rn'um, xve must have i it t I in i the such measures as are neressary for her JT. lloiU 61 n I-2J'' once a week for I iKree mr.nthj.arul I that tbeccnrflatn-'

an; anti slavery nun curry, de dlv 1tihr* to exxend'ng Take Mr. Rhctt' speech, read it, and you xxill j i spirit jui'j J.-tt.-r of the (touililulion. :My head. protection. It is the duty of every lkrihiui, Bleach 1.3-4 to 4-J, 10 a 20 ant take te tinumx HI the; caaie.THOMAS DALTZCLL.

: flax-ery into the Territories, and does- find there a pr'p"r devntioti to ihe Union as it i iiro | my heait, my every thought, and impulse; admonish of every Southron: xvbo loves bis country, to CASTINGLF.AD(win;Srgin'Hts-, SS.JM. toiler. ,. 5i a r 6> A trne m'.r :-.Mfe.t, Judge.

no! believe in the validity of the claim! of and aught to be. We will irtiish our me I r.m a rght. I cannot: doubt, and s'and up shoulder! to shoulder! iu thi> great ll'uson /?/,. T,, SJart s, R. r. LE
'rex a read >rs xvith portions of it in our nci, and : shall not h-niate. Whenever the construe. etnergmcy. The Nashville Convention is I L'aISheet, 9 a '" ), lv>. HI 3n,
_:
they xvill we in it the fire of tiui' p-itiiotism, |' lion of the Cun\li'uli is so pi-tin lie c'.eri orgiu of Florida and t the Smith; tost4ert Ibr, S 5 a tom
Mr. IJates is hu described the Wa hin a departu c
by an it ought to burn ill every .Southern, yea, in !from ite literal and at lIlA hurnIta.r I time, the rem-dy. I IsLilJ I RON, rjT.EL,.V NAI I LS-Sxx eilp- Iron, t 6J a Planters' Supplies.
iiieaiiiug true spirit as to .
tnn corresiMMident if the 1)) n lon Atl I is (ul. .lnasrwag, f i n r
4 Am"ticon bosom. j j iiHiente doubt be f< iuci on all occasions the advocate of fTMirj ti'vwrilier ha* raid- arrangements by w.L hieb
ivety hey-nd that
it
is
Ira U'JJV) tujsi that thi i M tii'l t tn < and, held an-1) re. hooj) and band, 7 a s .
% he will b;> at all times supplied with I he following
\\'e admired and loved Mr. Clay. We j jxvere | tuined index of its resolves ; and xxhen it meets ag tint. afierihi !. Cast .
a* a niece not bon i iof Site a
lilt is that he wiil not go into the Cabin l.We l.- poxver as a < articles during their season, and v-oo'J lathe
no tu mt.er fiend of his. We followed t. ith : adjouume'it of Congress, its tiuJ ilccree, German, a iSIlli.ter
have bad enou-ih of ich d4 2 jroii8 Si ith.cm : g'Kid amongequils: t tb'- destructK >: of puicheers jrencr.tlly tu call before put chasing else-
him through nil fottunrs and change ofseasons. the Union asto the course for its to shall have a 124.Vi1.c. xxheie viz
men in authority. Gue u Noithern f iti- every would be a le<.s evil!, than Mil-mis, pursue Cut. G 7 :
\Ve s'oud him evil Iaea cooperation.I a Giinnv Daaiog, K TSV,plain Si twitr,
by through sion thy ;
as ] to unfeeling and unjust The! rnj "
atics in It tyrinnv. Wroazht, 15
preference. is i not certain, boxv- a 13 Dandle do. Black &. whi. Wool IIai
xve I as good t, cwtifiHiii2 in his voice of I hau'expre.* ed these! views repeated! .- ,
justice bids )
repot; patiiotiMii beverv JL U'iXKSBrandy
us diny LIQUORS -
,
ever, that; Mr. IJ. will accept the povt. It i is xxe Kentucky da. J 1hain and Pl.ud Liaise y,
now thought thst he be plnc-'J in the Interior and iyclieving! that be xxouhl stand hy (In- owe: I to I the couatiy and to t the xxorld, to act Year n lo, I saw the result of \hat is now Cogniaf, a 4.5() do. Iope", ) O'nitwrirs.

may rights of the South, I itutalas he has turned before IDand so stated in last public! speech Spanish, 1 50 // 2.00 .
ana Mr. Conrad, or some other Southern I nozr, it is too lute, and so to act as to I UTOII my Northern d<>. (Jef rgia Cot Yarn,

Whig, in the Department of War-tor his face to the North, and sin 11 \vi' follow him settle! this mutter at once, defiui'ely! and f/r- (Ii iou! jill hAS place.! I have not seen or beard! Apple I-eacli,, 1.Oa2.O I'm t.5O() Ca irg, Twine, Nails, AP4, 4
.
the sacrifice of the South thii'g since to i induce to change Salt. Liverpool grouia?, : fIakmnith' Teols,
me
lit That
? xve cannot o myviuvs .
any
IHw MaJeria Wa HK)
which Mr.! 15., with his Quaker education. exer.There do. cwar-i>, 1 Pof ash.! Sal *fa.
may not bo exactly *uilvA.-]{icJ
guircr. xvo xxould b? such a traitor tu our own xxith i ibis subject, which I would wilinglv i!- to the discharge of inn duty, if 1 did not .!aIaZu, u H*) St. Lniido.. J Track Chai,4, .
chauip.ne: ; (bi-ket,) 10 a 20
section.! it out in good faith; the course upon this Bacon H.irn, c d,
fir the caiy)
pass, xvero not jiccuHar rej.i.! .. .
Mr. B. ha Gin, IltiLtuid, 2 5 J a 300 .
FiLl!
accepted. do sd..i. di'f
) >
that I hen maiked and
Fire on the Seaboard.We lion I fiear to the inli ibitants atid voters of heI I quistiou! ( out, n.tc reitesjte American, T'O;( a 75 do Shoulders, 'f Strrfcfieijdv'!

1 I lib I SiMialor'ul I DUirict. I ll has been I ns the proper one to pirsue.Deaocratic JuznJamnaica, 3.00 a 4.00 '
Glorious News announced ihe Athens meeting the olh. t LMhj r "!eI'irk.. Mule and horse Cot&z, '
American, O 75
a
asserted i that no man could be I true loth-t Smith' (Cin Hand; Leather, Scale! CeaT,
It xvill be remembered that this JIM er day Tite in lh .MotmiainThe! I 1 1.00 1:25
paper as H7iMry. Monong.ihela, a
who wns not born South of Mason & I DixouVline. ) Meeting in Hamilton County JuI4eIt flrnans. Imu and Ae* I, 3.e.&r.
the failure of the Otnnilus Athens Uanner is almost in WeviMild Common, 31 a 50 >
repeatedly predicted ij.t.rn'| '. x> hich lie will sett at limt-st nuikpt "M'tor eaaL tif
I It i appeals to me strange t that: any man 4t a meelini of the Dt-rrncrats of I Hamilton OILS & 1'.INT--OitSpeim, 1.2-"ial.V()
) dlf.
l)Ihl. The I'avin, its champion, has generally \ nbt be surprised it a few inure popular! approved erf JAS. M. WILLIAMS.
*. xvbn has honesty of purpose at heart, xvill atteinjit corr'cned the Lard &O a I.(>fGO > August 3. l>'iO. SO -
Court
misled itb teaderi. into a contrary opinion. lick* were tu liring that ;paper nearly light ; to Cn.tnty. at House hi Jasper Tanner-*' a 75
piornulgate iI
The I'riMn understands neither the oji the Southern queuiou. We have i the pleasure It a tIisetiiuale such dor.tiiue. on S.iturmy! the 1th day of August, 1330( : Linsced 1.00 1.25 '
North of uny be evcustble; f/r t>tj fr/iciaJ Cast 3.00 a l..r>0 Agricultural .VarC1IOUZe.r1 .
the -
nor Smith. Yesterday the (rieiinVof noxv reporting a fire on the tcaboanl.: r -
the QaniiKus were exulting. It* Old: Chatham; has tpoken, and tjiuhen! well I thinkers. Was Albeit Gallatin: the fiiend 0i: motion, GHOIU. JKN'NINGS, Iq., Mlilte, LtaJ, No. 1, 2.25a2.5() 1 uuderstsfud ha inc ptiretiai1 the nt&reI
-
fcuppurters and loud.O.i and adviser of JelT'iMin, Madison, and MOII- was called to tin Chair, aul 1 John S. I'rux iAVCI Pure. 2.75. a 3.W Stock .1 A-jiirnIijial luuikmnis; Jnrnannounce

toe, I h'; less patriotic itt having been born inSxxiizeiland Chrome, Yellow, jft -TMn IENSLO\V&'WKfiSrrR. wvu''d' to tbe
Tlicy countH thru at break of day ; Tuesday, says the Georgian, a very ? Is Senator Sou'e' : requested to art as Secretary. Green, pnMic fh.tr) they hue qriernl increased said stork,'

/Jut xxhen the tn n net, where were they T* large and enthusiastic, meeting of the citizens of Lnuisiana 'Ibe Chairman *aled the object of lb meet Putty, a !>ni-inir !le-uhs a vr.mfjfici" oi 'iIue r material as'uimr- .

'I'he Omnibus stalled to go through by l.iy- of .Savannah and vicinity, was held at the the !less p-iitiotic t for baxing bcru born i in to be *o nominee! a Candidate for Senator S.LT-l.i'erpn'1, (fine, ack, I SS a 2.0(1'ruik's !ceo*-rullx vi i the (u.tot lug character and des-
Trance .' Ii David 1 L. Yulee the less patriotic iug Island, r Mrs>e. I HO a 1.50 cri'tioii
light ; but the tcrexx-* gut loose the wheels Long; Room in the City Kxdnnge.) Dr.Screven ) _.Maniif.icfurrd, 1 015 -> | : '
for, baxing I been born on an obsriiif U'Hinl! i ind Representative in the next General TOBACCO KJ a t AfiRICIiI.TURLANDHORTICrLTVniM5r.! .
:f.exv off right and left. noih anJ sonth. and u'as called to the chair, and M. Curn- the lT,3ItiJten; ? Ate Robert \VuSkerand m of this! Stat Florida Cigar Leaf, 1st t n'J.tl. a .*!r PLE.MEXTS ot everx x-aiiely, ol (Ite most fccebr

befwre night the vehicle cain o. xvn with a ming appointed[ ] secrt'ta ry." ; Asstrnbly ? : Scrorx! quality, 10 a 15 and improved decriptrnn.

crash And all that remains of (ui-c! O.ntiiliusit ; The iia\aijtnh Georgian is out for :IJfJ. 3'). John :M. I IJerrien I the !less jit t riot it! lor hit: ring \Iheienpou, and on motion of CbaruickSeh Inferior, a Five hundred l Pow* of ex-ery de f rip'ioa. .

been botti Noith I of Ma on ic* I Dion's) line ? : it COTTON'-Ordinary to i>oil ordinary, 10 a tf>4M Materials for Taniief*,Currier*,ami Hra-saml frno' a
I'sq., xvas
a biil that d it third is laot uuit.C'oum.Zu.c ? ,
to reading Georgia becoming a |
paK providing Mddlin! to ooil !I
> middling, i JOj
Ale ; n
i Senator IJadgcr, Thtmiis I H. Ii.-nton. Fe'unders, eir.l raciti every art.cle iwtd in their line,
JcsolreJ, That xve do now proceed to the .
, a territorial government for Utah-Mlenl Times. Cord Middling, h'L' 4 a I inchiuin all Tools,i.c, at Mar.utac
necessary
ou the subject of Slaxety-as Utah had her.ieif Waddy Thompson, IMxvard Stanley, Heur} iioniIitIua of our said candidate; by acclu.ua.lion. Middling lair, II a I t 4 prices. tUC34'S
The Southern Coveation. Clay: or Sen itor Foote for .
mo e patriotic hax I I Fair, 1U a Hinone. ahISCiLL.\NEOiS.-IoItvr and r.n.mrn Gins.

Thus proposed.failb the incon.pruous The( Journal of the pioceediiigs of the ing; been born South of Mason fc Dixon's line ? 'hit' flarfl' of Major Allan G. Johnson, xvasproosrd (;Joot! F'air .. Jack Screvv- Store and tYltori Triu-k; Wheel Catruvv -,
\rorst, most nvnstro'i8, Southern Convention held in this I I Does) the SUNDniES-Hide-, dry, 5 a ( I
I city is now knoxvn opeiatiou if of theiri i.I candidate ",Road Scrapew, llvt'rraulvc K,tn-k Force Pump*,
any Senator andumsn.'moti
and abortive compound in :&iftla it m, I [ ns a for Talkvir, 7IS a 10JO latent Chains to facilitate the
fur
that hat ready delivery. In ju'lire to ourselves i mintls, or any others under the canopy of hwr. concurred in. draxxing water.
.ly
I'eeswax
been a and French
ever in
Hurr
Oorgia
Mil!
,' Thai attempted Congrefe we should piubably state, that the Journ .1 1 ha: >. en, prove the fact that! : the place of u man'* 7>hn G. Smith, Ksq., was unanimously Turpentine, 50EXCHANGE. al.0't' CffiiiiirPlasterers and Raw for' Farr.uer4 Stones, Calcine P1aO, i -

flreikN speU never upon to unite the again.tiii; Jj"of mea been delayed' inconsequence of the prevalence biith, ay a rw/r, guides the operation of the cV *en as candidate: for Kepreseutive.M. Powder, keg 5 Trf a 7.00 tioii MU!.;. C'oui and Smut Mills; S.-rr\x. Mitt; lion--. -

of the: cholera in this city, and the impo MbiIii\ human m\ni\fiirgoalorf\ reril ? It appeals O'Urien, Ksq., submitted the Hilloxxinggries SJiot, TP . S a 10 Bolting Clollis! Pick*. Reeds, l.nltle *. and genei'I 4
SoulJtcrn Press. <>ta Woolen
bands
procuring to get it out earlier.Thojn .- to me that a man: in his sober senses xvould no Rfioliitions! which were adopted : ManQfactori- -- 4-
15 25
,
n MILL MACHINERY .
members of the Conieption who left more make t the place of biilh I TOOLS -Having lh
which he .
(;cn. Taylor' over Kcsolrcd! That xve, as Southern men, in- 'S Plain, 14 a 22 agency for various and extensive Mhine Manitlat-
Proj>rr1i ami his Family. their names :nd residence \vilh us, will hate had no control a test of patiiotistn than be -
shall
According to the pendent of party considerations, highly ap- tones, we bo prepared al alt tir.M to furnish
New Yotk : Gen. the Journal sent to their ad fress xvould the color of his hair the of
Idylor lelt immediately ; or shape of his Trove of the ;proceedings oflhe Nashville every species Machinery in tW slicifest noffce.

{ no will di.pogin- of his properly.L' bhou'd any fail to receive it, they will confer, big toe.We ionvcn'Jon, and that in the opinion of this On. fCVxv York, par a 1 rrem. The highest market prices paid at all titsn-n fct I
'
$ former "
sold plantation on the MUM cmiii xxa* H favor on us by informing us of the fact. are all Plot ldian ; being so, xve owe nft'ie'! of this New Orleans .. I U *_ 3 t| Wool, Sheep Skin; and Hides.AU r I .
to purchaw a yeling Urge majority people Gold' and Silver. Proe.uet4( the State received"ni! soJJ for't ho ) '
'hscljj sugar plantation below, on We have published a few cxtia copies, our allegiance to Florida, and to Florida alone. jfote arc opposed {p the Senate's Coijipromiseill. Usual comiiiisiion. ..

*r lie seventy or eighty thousand, dollnt.Ue' which can be bad either at the[ Union Oilier- h la it necessary that: u man should defame! ) his ( :;. FREIGHTS. S. fc 1!. HOYT & CO..

A"llH'r P'' "taton, which or at W. 1'. Kerry's Hook Sloie.Soiithrin mother to piox-rt I the allegiance ail love he 'Jtewlrcd That the nomination of Cotton t to New York per lb:, No. 171 Cav street Savannah, Oeors'afm -
Major .
ha .. Nex York, foot
; proezi to fir' unproital.le.( will please p'lhiUlv the ibears! to his vile I Floijiiiati M asuremvnt to per : ,rcr.t Mp4vrn.Padellorct.Fayfc.ro > ',r. --
pjoeis; am u II Iti J ,
a- n\n- Beard for in
CCaube ncqucn.Sy. flood,.J. ; jliii Representative Congress, Cotton, Nrvd Orleans, per bale, ?l Ic.ui.iiw &. U'ehntrr
.
TlKxv.u-crxxh, I ''iO'C.- J'/1' "' I nt '4 11 I ? I! HI '(lilt. I i U!,.:: :, ; *' r ..nd to bcj alone. | ix' .ulii L.,< t6 our \\anncst approbation, and that xve Lbrrl S.&nuat Aix:1it: V 3 Q r



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MEDICAL DEPARrM1 ,- .

$900,000. LEWIS & State of Florida. iii :: regular! oniue ot Lecture lhi
.
1'ElLSIUI) : surunxv KVK.MNG.T : will co-nmenceonth
fit. *,! NoveTr.her
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE, CO. UKAI.EKSIN: :: G.D.DEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. continue until the last nt Febrnr,. fl,. !

DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS, George T. Hinsey ) K K >t S ; cal Uenrjtmer. will be op>n ard rad t t'o *r""

OK >'E\V YORK-NO. :3.1* WALL $T., Toilcl Arliflrs% Pfrfumrry ir. vfndow vs. > Gill for Divorce.r.Ii.a THREE DOI.L '.ims per annum, if pan>' in advance. s'udfnts! bv the first ot (H-ioUr Tfce'v "

ClassPAINTERS' M. Ilmsey. ) THREE AND v HVLF, if pail 1 within six rnontr.s. partment will be uor thediietti. ( of thJiJ. .
the/ Sla'c la.W 1 5l9.fr WO-
the Governor of afVon Fn-.d. Nov. It. "ujeiocv
Tty Accumulale.1
NET BRU HI: AND COLOHSApothecaries' appea-.in to the .s.itifictio-i of the Court, by FOUR UOI.HR- not paid oftheyearJThee PROFESSOR*. I S
IERE\S it tt lequired bv law that an election 1, securely invwitrd in Romhand Mortizest JT affidavit in this cau be held in this State on the tirst Motidiv in ,! re'l i e-tate i'i lhi oitv and Urooklvn.$ a'id' stocks :jssVarc, AT, the defendant >n i thir.iueresidbjvonil; the juris- teiin* willSe rigidly adhered to, amino 7.. FR rrf: \:>, M D Professor of A iitsrT'
New-York and UiuU-J StatesJ.nfinmcnt. nnHEabovecor.stantly on hand.andforialeat will he discontinued iiililaUatrearaare R. S. NEWTO.N- D. Pryfcvt-jr ofSar *
il
October next,for a R.iterf Public Liud*. to hold cube Stile and City oi e ilict ion of I Ibis Court, aiul out ot I theSt.iteol l Floruli : paper rv
JL lowest uiaikct puces. aai.1. nnie-iHat the el the publisher Subscribers 1 H.! J. Untrr. M. I)., Piofessar of Theor,
shall be Elected? ( option alice -
his
lour year*, and until successor // i.s On/rrfi/Tiul Ihe sd Er/a! do appear.plead Pr.
a widely evtennd LEWIS fc recfivvil for thr. tnopih at One cf Medicine.
jnd qualified: ThU tund rapidl* incit 3105 by AMCS.Tallahassee demur to the said bill of complaint within vill be e
Itt* thcieforeonlertJ, That the) :ii iiI l election IK- d1.I pro' peion$ l uroeonfrsmsaid Dul U r--ix nontlii at s.1 r'J. Every outer for the W. Dean Pk>w LL M D Pr..f -3r.r of PKv->":"Hj
divi.lend of profit!* of fifv.tvvo of this be accompanied with Pat nos'2v, Mineral.' aid Ge.4vg,.
tleclar.M out tnut
a county
held throuzhout the State on the said tirnl Monday The Company MMOV TOVVLE. : ag2in.t dtrl ndant, and thai Iheraiuc be set let paper
in October nest, according ta 1a%%. percent" oa all \Utin.s policies on the 3Ut MARIINQ U.TOWLE hearing during next tcimofsiid Court in \ovvmbernext the cath, unless the order cmne* thron h any of our J. KING. M. D., ProlVs*>r of Mater.i Mtdmca.fle

Given under mv hand and the Great Seal cf Januiry, 1SJS. 6t PAPY, : .1nJ il isfurthtr Order h Th.il this Oiu'erbe regularly authorized a;ent* in the State.A rapeuftes and Medical Jorirprrsdec.

the State' of Florida at the Canito', in Tal- All the Profits are divided among the Insured. Attorneys and founscliors at taw."AVING published in ome public newspaper Print ad in J. \ffLTi>\ SXNDKRS and A. M i!. Ii, I'rof.r ,

Is"1hhassee.tliM 15ih: 'bv H JJV. \ n. i rx). incj h jn-.iuillv.sctni-! I hit< State oncea week I.T three tnoiatI ?, anti that I) V i: R T I S C i:N TWill Chemistry Pharmacy.
The ,nrenriui; > re payable formed an association J. M. D.
lor the Practice A. WILMOV: I'rofeicp ot .
Obsteirifs
THOMAS BROWN. iitert, being added on the complainant tike te litnonv in the came. inserted at the rate of a.
annually, 01 q'z.terIy, ol Law, will I I at tend the several Courts of i Ihe OneDolIarper qusre Diseases ot Women and Children. *
Govt nor of FloriiSa.Jly l.-t.-ircii I sMxiuoLt*. Middle Circuit ol florida. and in the District Couit July 23, 1V: THOMAS BALFXELL, of twelve lines for the first,and fitly cents for each

the Cvernrr-.Ttest : I'ae c.ii; |'l i9Cipb' a.hpted by this Company c- ot the U. S at Tallahassee. All bininessentrusted A true copy-.\lle>t, Judge. >nS
C. W. DOWNING, cured tu the parlies l lr Alio-e benefit the uiaiccs: to their care will receive ptein.t t attention. R. C. LETTER: Clcik. will be mvl. on l l.zal noice, estate not ice*, yrarIv e.-Prcfw I I. J HCXCE.Surgery. .
.;,ecretarv ot1'41la1iJ44e Stair. while ol the hdntae, without July 27, i'-T'O. -20 3nIn notices without alteration, havinjj .-Prol"t*>r R. S Niw-M.-v
tne by
are etl ctod, 03OlIiciMti( i the Capitol.Frlmmy _____ __________________ persons
Jo2't! >: >I. :?; teSTATE 7. Fnr.r M. D
> Hii'jjectiiu Ihem! to the heavy drawback; ot accumulaltd 17, l:49.: ; 7 regular accounts with the licp.? >iAN Ar.ator.'vit Dfm ,,,! ,
prcntiwm iinti. Chancery. All annnncemenN of canJiii-ites for ofT.ce. FIVE The fees for full eonne < Li ,: ,r<4

OF FLORIDA.nf Persons may etfect insurance on their own lives M EDI C A L NOTICE John P. Du.'al Compljm.tnt, ) roLL RH-invariablv in advance. No attention on? hn'ifirfil! ai'd tire ilr Hars.

and the livesot o'hert. A r.und woraeucaa in- r*. > Hill of Injunction. will be paid to a'ly oidcrtar announcen-entunlcs Each Prore-tor'rt: ticket #15. Marri; ta? i

s'ire' the liftf of her ti'a"i'
are srcnrvd by law for the t\ciun u< the C.'auit tint John rehrio'n. :nirri.iand: obifinry notices pnbJihel >e d.iri'; tV-tL.Pr Jnf'.fma'ion will
children. RESPECTFULLY announces t tr t the public himseTl in zen- IT 1 Fo.itiit", the I Di-lMuhni.iW* not resi.lin tiii- 4rafiiitO'4- ; b-il editorial notices for private dress their letter tpcsr paid) li> the Din; : and ff

Clcrm and all others dependent ut>on sabrie- pennant nt i located I in State, tnt in the State of ( e.aria : It ii ()rTe rarf! >n hJ,
:Monticcllo tlni ida, and will i be fcund at all time*, the-said John Fontanv, d ari.l theCoraraerci.il Hotel. R. S. at
are specially I i iwited to *vail t cUsola reI1.ci That > appear antweitl.esjid NEV7TOS
their surviving families may he sc-curt-d unless professionally en aeil.: Stn-t attention will Bill '-f Injunction, in IhU ca'eftled. within De in of the J'unitv
whereby WORK.
Male SA 'o'. .
L7refiin .
all
be paid to prolessional calls.I
evils of three inn-iths from dale! hereof lad it M furlhtOnlcrtil > LAW DFPARTJiKNT.Hon.
the .
VACANCY havmz orc" v.l m the office cf Iron penury.$ of the principle of.Mutu! May :;, I isw. IS That a copy of this Ord r be published' We arc "veil prepred to execute? Job Work, such
c\plan toiy
Stale Sena'or in the Seoond <.itrirs,1, l District, Pamphlets Insure ami ill'i-tratitiz it* advantages, once a week, for I the spice of tv\o month*, in S-'TJU a* bill-ranK, blank", pamphlet.C.,with neat- H W. M. KING, P oessor cf iheurT' and t-if'
al Liie ice, J. L. XHIKLPS, M. I) J.8 BOM) > tice
i-y: the removal from tV Slate, of the Hon. C'Jiarles with forms ot application may he ohtaimnl at Ihe t il.r ,.vspajier printed in the city of Tallahassee, State nt-"'* .nafch. All work of thi description, o

A.Tweed : /' it htrcby Onlered Tint anelection, oiLce of the Company, 25 Wall st., or of any of ilsJos. ihresai evcepl for per-mi having yearly accounts with JOHN DELIFIELD. Dxj.- Professor tl C.Jurispiudtnce. .
to fill ,31d vacancy be held in said District oti Mentbv Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, THOMAS BALTXELL, Jude.A the office, mu a ge tit TERMS-S0 per Sts ion.
lie! 3tb day ot'Oclobct; next. TIUs1'1r.: associated themselves together in the true copy-Attest,
hand and the Gn-M al tS HAVING OSCAR A. Clerk. Watches Jewelry &c.THE All communications pertai-iirctofhijiderartr.,
Given under my David C. CoMen, of Medicine, Surgery, &c., tiller their MYERS !
r- I t the State of Florida at the Capitol i in Tdl.j llaha l- B. Collins Alfred Edwaid sei vices to the citizens of Quincy and the surrounding June 2'), lSl 0. 2.5 2m $.s- subscribers have just rerri- mutt t be addre nl to EVI.. ?.I KING, Eo. Iilemphis
1). 131.THOMAS'BROWN ). Wm. J. 1U..1-JP, Tenn., Feb. 20, Its.'jy 1
this 5th of July, A. ,
ee, cy
Goods
It. H. McCurdv, Wm. neti*, country. In Chancery. .:;! :'j a goOd supply ot ,
Blunt Quincy, ueu-st 11 I IMO.) :il : mon which are
Jocph ;
Fre.1. S. Win ton, __ The Facnltie for intellectual
Gon-rncr ol FlotidaI5v John P. Doral, Complainant, ) Tobias Gold Lever Watches abilities, ttrrjl
,
J.
( Pearson
the Governor-Attest C. W. Fali.-r, I"> ac Wrlls Thomas Jeff. Heir, t*. > Bill for Injunction. Hunting Silver Levers, worth and l prcfsstonable acquirement will

C. XV. DOWNING, John! Yelverlon, Henry T. 15. I Howaul, Defendant jIT favorably with themr.stdisfirenHhediTnur Court.tThe
Spdjwick Win. Mooie. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, L'A Piels am1 plain Watches,
Theb. ,
Socrelarv cf Stale.Tallahasaee ai''anns, ; to the satisfaction of (thin Court that Chains SeaNand *, Medical faculty constitute an anomaly in
Key-
July 2'i.' l* .n. C'v te Stacy R. Collins, Xebcdec Cook, VT7ILL piactice in the Ciiciii! '! Cot in each T. H. Howard, the Defendaut; docs not reside in Bracelets, KosoTu Pins, Rin: s, Earrings, or any other cou-itrv-all of them are abie etfrr5
John II. Swift, Jona Miller, T t Countv of tin* Middie ( tic Jit.and in the Supreme thii Slate, but in the Stale of Georgia : It is Oritcrnl But and the best teachers.
Hosopi Button Sleeve tons
\ odisiU' I*)>fuierj Cordial John. Wj i ly.vorlh, David A. CoroMock, Couit and United Slztcs Diatrict Court a That the t slid T. B. I Howard d.> appear andan wei Gold Pen ati-1*Pencil, Cases Those who w ill contemplate car :eerapmjal .

Dr. 'cririifs'ge, S. M Cornel, Uj'uett ShuyU-r, TJhl2he.er. the slid Bill of Injunction, in I lhisc.ire filnl, wi.hr; Gold Pens in Silver Cases, sition, and the extent of our population c.n

M >thei'n, Friend and 1..iiiJ: Cjthartic, (;ou%'. M. Wilkin?, James Chambers, Monlicello, January 29, 1 S iS. 2S throe months from tla'e hereof. ./12a/ it ii Onltrnl, Silver Table Tea Mustard and Salt Spoons, doubt a* to the legibility of our situation for an n.
,
Dr. Gord m's Anti-Hiili< Pi'Dr. '.-, John V. L PPIMI, Jo oph Tuckr-iman, That a ropy ol this order be published! ,once a week Marble Clock- terprise of the kin i. As to health, inflodingallsej.
Ha Mn3* C mponnd Snip of f Naptha, Fred.Vhittle.ey M ses 11. (>rinnell, CR1'VASIIrH.j [W. S. DII.W-ORIII of the deny that
for th space of two month*, in newspaper piint -< Plated Castor- and Forks SO.M year, we A.NT OTHER CTIKS
*, Spoons ,
Hunker
WinJ
Dr. L'ttUr's foiir Hitlers, Tome Pills, and Vefuge Charles Ely, in the city of Tallahassee! State aforesaid.THOMAS : SIORE.
.
Sttls ot Waiters & & .c.TOWLE.
Dutilh) .c.
Diaenc ,
Lucira Coidial, J.ihn C. Cmer, BALT2ELL, Judge.A ii MYERS. A cf mmr>.i error exist? in the &nds: r.f mini eta.
fiingivcnn and Tetter Ointment i French Mixture, Walter Jo%, Francis S. Luhiop, ATTORNEYS AT LAW truecupy-Attest, dint* relative lo the place ot studying inedieicc
March 27 IS-'iO. II
Dr. Spencer's V.*;eaMe Pill* and titter Alfred Pell, .1. 0. Fhtcher. MOXTICKLLO, FLOKIDA. OSfAK A. MYKRS, Cl rk. I those who intend practicing amonj the disea., t tI

Dr. Murphyn S-nar Coated Antt-Fover Till JOSEPH P.. I'OLLINS, I'ltI Jn!. June 211! I IV). 5 3m Notice.SIX I the Westand S>' thhrold certain!* iicaf t n.

Dr. Lcro>' Vegetable Tiiiver-al Pill*. I VAC AI5IUTT, Sfcrflan/ July 7, 1--I3. 27MAXWELL. I ;elve at a school,wif.e Faculty are practically w-
Dr. Petrrrf Vegetable Pill- JOS. IlLl'NT. Cattntrllot.J -- In JefTcrson Circuit Court. month*aft pr d.itel *hal! pn-sent my arconril.H tpiianted s itt. thiate du.ea.,,
Water J A\l -? fiAMIJLE, .\t., f.sI1ahisee. A:E. vouchers to the Honorable Couit ot Pro-
Mitchell I've Sake, and TluwntMwiV Eye That the oublic may b*> saijafifd cf |the pemanjncy
&Iftfln' Phoenix BitKTb and Lilt 1'iiU, Jauuarv 1'J, 1"Vj. -2 y ;' rN' ''I iai; Mat tin: Palmer, bates for flue County r.t Lcon.n.ida-'k: for a final settlement I cf this school, we feel if our duty ta, state. f Jt-
.1 J .T ..a .r ., vs. and discharse as Executor of the la't will I .
Couzh S and t
fir. Rue's rup, the Tro-rees Faculty rtn a F.MT in actK.n
I 1.1. attend all the Courts of tie MiddlfCircuit. Catharine? Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish. William 'fnrnu'rdeeeaed.
Genuine St wzhtonBi'tiis.. The above well GINS. "ti and testament of which auaurs well for itt f'ife ucces-; and thjfthe
kaotva and iionultr remedies fat sili' hv COTTON[ % (JC/-: Odic r ov.-i S. F'. EiirntVj; Store. Bill lo-ell residence of est atc of June, L. Parish, to M vrilEW TURNER.Febmarv pecnltar infernal nrsiftraatiun which connft'.j

SHIELDS & GOLOWIRE, T.thIaee> Ort. 27, 1 1'lt'. 42 pay debt il'UCom:>l >inanf. -2, Is-'iO. :L 6rn them, cannot be iaterrupted.

.lair IS. 1O. 2'5 tlJan Q'iiicy, FU. JI5SSK II. WATS OX, -- Tc t his c.iUe, it appeuits: >{roiii the bill! which! -..vvlilt'il E M. W. KING

-- H. BRADFORD, I i i Jetl noi: Circii't Court oa tiie *fli
THE ASSA TEA COMPAY, ;IN I ttcrtiEn, .f LJWTa1thte. April, l3i<), which lull i is veri t.-d by .tIlcI!!i l ,vii ,>f'Comliinant sS-CriSer h.ivin; Sited nr the TAiNERVL May II I H.'iX I IS orajM.

m tiiiEEV.vi.M STREET, X 4W YORK I'aYrnira. lire (' nnfy dcnrgia, !; : Flnritla.j !hi tlr t : t Delc'itLmt, Cathdunp El.1., us.dsbcvoiil in this place kn. wn as Buker's Tanxartf, hot
t the li-nils of th.- :.itate ot Floii LI li in hand md will keep all kirn ot LEATHER! WILLIAMS
rr ii I t .t t* -jii t'ne attention of c-n-: %T&31aD itifonn hi friend; and tlii-jmMic g ne- j April 20, J s. 'i I ') naniely no-.v on :
I. n is.rjri! in' T.M, t'"l tli< liiti- iii f t jt.. tof Mil* tiiat he couti.ino< I h.- above I.II4if..i; 81 the (A-of! Alabama : for $jlC ; an'I will have fi-.e ROOTS an.! SHOES *' 'j'ltt 'teid j.-er Schr. W. R. Pettes, frcn

'ie i M'W .ti:iJ! rnr- ->''ecti' of TIM imported b\ :I isold ht. ;ti.l$ where he will'.ie lupj > toMi|pl\ t tI then; wTG. rDAVK, It n therefore Orlereil, That pnbli".itioT be miihin tnaLto order. !It.! ha* on h.ind a superior article of 'I'New; Orkan",
I s'inif in rsI!I Uhn-see, Flori.l.i, for toni luuMtsl.iuled N'F.GRO 1htnid tatiioriu U.1r.% t in thi ronitrv, whiclt, wiiha.irrttf article. As an i evi'l--nee ol I lhj'idlit newspaper
.
fey Ucir (rL-a-e avl d licacv. 'fl1'NltVilI3 virj I < of tin W"i litw<.iid! state that mil ot tin I ATTOKNKY AT LAW, iru>i.thicivsiivolv: requiring said Catlici i.le Ellis 'irii his thanks to the ei'izens of Gaiisdt-n and the Tlour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Cue

c4Th >1ril' an-! tri"th. iduc an iuiu ion of ;ir1efollftnitsf tdr re tiui.ibi'i! '">ld L h> 'ini tIn pu.t l ><*nr, not one l.a H\S taken ii, hs- aboif- at Tali.ihas, and will I'iplftil, aTIU vvci. or demur lo said Mil, on or ncfotc adjoining Countics! for I heir past pjrona, and jxlo Hogshead choice Srows Sugar,

,*JsTis ri'Li amiTkc (iji r. I, fail d 1 to give per '- cf s.ts. Action-and would a* i..1.( { irt in I tiif C'ouiIs t of I the Middle 1 Distiict, the tir-t M'ltidiv in S-pl> mb'rnext.or lhe-3me will t'.K-m tInt he vril! continue to mai'if.K-i'ire Leather For Tile a* low as any a i.f *-!-e.Aini .

Tees vj'revl; .1ri' : eren'-e, srivct1'1 nam fit anr oilS ii.i hason.- ,f !Ins i and of Fiankh'i, :;nd J.ickf! ( outie. !JH-tjkeii pfo ffnif'aio, and l +*t il-nvn for hearing ixna Roof, aid Shot-, at Ins ol-i statwi in Gadsden 2'), i Isj-'v''. I '

lTh. Jelio Bjitn, a IMa.k Tea, at 61 4 l5l. to eularsohi i'jbiis'i.tnetit : Mtrch '.), lS'') y >te at the F-iil Term of sntl (Court. County, near Cfmnrv. lie will be x'ad' at all timeloexcl.anu1 -

.4 Wipl3G :, -,. 0 '7"; ruiuiih-ra'i'v' Ihss yar bv which mentis ho will T.OM.\s! : f HALTXtlLL; Jud e, Jcc. i.uV; "f she above articles fur Oak Dark, Builders and Contractors.

I' flJtri, do *> S'I' be eiaMeil I t-i till I orders (v\hich last vat he \\a TInbl i Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c. May 7, ] s.y)). Hide-. <-ri, I'itrti !iteZr.; b-iy '. or his*own taer. STo ;
ill
PROPOSAL bo retmed
*. Ortcea, Gr tn Tea, I thr L under iantd until the 11 : bet
: S.'pttn rrt,
To.tia do. ft Ttd !i '4 ire1 i in s< !hwfVcrn! <"J 'Gnia. I Hfthiuk<: NASH & TAYLOR17OT'Lt C. G.; Fin;, Cleik.Tviav can ha>ecmplc\uent. >
for furnihi)2( material *r.d errdu j. of tvpf.rt. i in the
W. H. ?IICMILLAX.Talluhaee .
S. 0 3H *' enables him make II. IN.VI. IS An
T1c-t4l1, that every ycir" ecricnce to i iI \ ) r<-n, A HOU E OP VVORSHIPof! the
S. LM-6 4id1r4', *conaud; 4 f I little better article. 1 ami tl.e pnblntluil they In Attachment. taahlcswin Jimen-ionso % t : .1fter Lnb 3.Ste.t

the cwt ran nd chniceTea lId n;a prart iralm *chani>:. ami withal,defeini'ifil I I )'! ( iec,'.v. il a nen siipiilv ol u Otl4' INSURANCE COMPANY wide, with, a 10 feet p< it co in front, ctam I hui1ua
the f.iiil'I the tiisl cla shaln!! \ .. Albert IVstn.ck ,
; ri1wI nn that n'in but (;i'i ol verv iiin.itac )
I en..iIn of Medicines, Perfumery, to be 20 kit pitch, with a lo-lierv m the; end, arm i
% .eniRl %i $fUIn.. I (4) tared in his iitp.he fefl ; a'cintw arrant;itistlifii:L rt. [ Debt! 51 07. 1 ARTPORD! CONNECTLCL'T.1)UILDINGS *. '
Soaps, &c., &,c which! ; adtlfd to their lorncrIn balcony on loj>, ir.ideof .i !.r.2 to be ceiUd rv-r
With a vi !W torncoura the introdnrtion of these to operate t'* I t'it' siti-ficlion cks, ami Cotton in Ware-house head and on ach side a' high as the ups ni! t'e'

ra tcUle Ti, it is tb $ dictrjbiev if.t, amnn;the p rcha.> is a quantity I ulantjtnn? wish I will i I I I take not ire ol 1 the j institution of the a'H v e 'LEWIS &, AMES,
I i nut te put chase -dicmes can call and c\- ba finish- in a neat and w'' rn.oi's.': Bianre
t f Tea e41t l to the fir.t tnr* profits on the aketretti. All enji emc-nls made with his travelling Az< nt., atailap our Utrack of Pcil'iiM'iv.Soaji-: &.c. uit in Jetll-rson, Circuit (Vi't, by attachment, anJ Jaitrair ir..l. 3 Talhhure. Bond with; approved swmty wtj| bsrcquiMfir!

Cach narchwer will revive 4 tcload in or .>rders fri th! Proprietor at Palmyra. shall be 17 appear and plead l to the -cUrati'in filwi in said case, the faithful pt-tormance '.. Ihe rontraci.

t'u* picktjc.a nTue.45l; c ru5cale,entitling him to promptly; attended t. on 01 before I Ibe next Fall I T-r :> t>! = I C - tatchince ia the distribution, far fifty c.'nt j done in the most d'lrabk- CARAWAY SMITH, of ire-h GARDEN SEEDS
every { Uepjiiin:;; I'lo.'Cily S. S. Knight ii L \ asortniHit and the usher v heii the baildinz is uce'st i
hi ii out, and on the receipt* aw a.itin; to2<).0'i! manner. Attuiney for PljintifT.! ,t-1_ ju,l ceiwJ .r im Vt'- celebrated rarden ot G Persons disposed lo Did. can obtain moie speciniinforoati

per cf a' ., or t A o tho 14l41 d !UT <% ill b givm I Rnd-U' ic To.- CAST 1 IflON !HOR' F. POWKR St'- l.opf.sto I wait on sorb of his friends a<. iave LEWIS t AMES. application to either if the nnilerj.sriHPropos.il .

sway a* tjflUlC4, according to the lollon ui? scale: G Ml MILL! ** in So'ithwtMn (;iwrg'n nd !riniii'a.Oontra heretofore <*xtendtti so liberal a patronage, pi
5 prizes of 31 lb Tea at ?1 0"*. YiI' Ih" orSJi').
2f1 2 I (E), i ) .5O. I Is 'Vny information w ied with r. ziH to the cost atid April; 2l"Ui.! i 17rpHE 1 wtulsoevtr nature airiin-t th e>Ute of the late A Iroiolc.X Cts3Il3'. 111111!', JOHN 1'. McGF.HF.E.AbCIIii'.XLD .

10 I "'l, E1 rein. opt-iation of the1 nil U. ra:: !Li.' obtained bina \ atlrtss- Quincy Male and Female Acadimy !5ort! Larkin, decease], re hereby ie>i>)esteil) foprisiiit ,_ t' .U'i! n or Li.tui&1 j Adhesive Plaster, FAIR,
(n 5; *' I o ', :*lr, Paltnvra, Lae f.r.inlj ,Georgia.Mrfrch Pl.iloti !Len. Nirvin.-: ,
$ me at I heal J.Iu.l% I it. llie ( st1il.fl tl.e sun,. to me withm i i i t the ti'ne i! >rf5 ribe l lbj D. S GRAHAM
2 I u I 4) ', 21 'iO.I-V. n 1 Jy* will commence June 'nh. Students may entr at lass otherwise they will bfonver b..rred. and LkITe I.ittmert. For se 'v JUIIN L. MILLER.

;;; ai.y:: lime duiina the year, and, af't-r the second xeik I FRANtF.< LARKING SHIELD* & GOLbWIRE. CHARLLS RUSSELL,
lhz.Tboa of June 1" IS-V. 2> than Quincy, Fla.
42priVinU. Agency of the s -
p r9H wrho pr f-T lower pri/--d Tea, ran DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES."PULMONARY lui.f ot ( ntcrinz. lioaid may be had at prices 'ary- A'izul ._ : ): : u 13, lSiO. 7 4t

jereir t4r f rir.e in proportion, or they will hef BALSAM IVctoiai Exptrloiant, ing from >*4 to lu per inonth. For further pa
tC.p1TCh8i ut canh, at adedncti-in of I1JcVeM. J Puhn marv LiniTTk-nt: Pure and Medicinal Cod lars st-e printed, catalogue, \' liith mir !la. ohtiincd TT.V1G enzairetl adfiiiional! workmen we are Macc.rj Telejriaph, will copy wire a weekfoi lour

i Cisu itrv .\2nU re<}uire
i1res $ (past paid) to the CotapaiyDejiut, as ;!c, D.'putativtf I Svro,*, I Heart Corr-ctor, I Humor I Jan. un, 1 1s'(0. 3 Piii-cipl. Z\: John! M.! !Harrington, late ol Jefiers County, prompt; and .itUlactory manner. All prd< r
3I % Corrector, Ctu4ti and Cati.artic Pill, Female Piil, rlfCi-asstl! will present them to the unilers-i. nfil wilhin the country will reci-ive irnmed ate attenticn. A Music Teacher Wanted.

Jnn' *, !. 2 ? 3m Fcrotle Specific, &.< -, &c., u-ed by him constantly Notice. i t the I linif pre-'cribf'd by law, olhi rwi.se tin* notice liberal discount gives to tntreha .ts and dcal.-i LADY qualified to five lessons in Mnsic.Pam"

and with unprecedented -ucci-s-i in I the t I.at mi.t otCalds will bf plt'j'lid in bar t Ltres.f; and ult )persons in- T. WHITE& CO. A
tfunn's & Clark's ; ; A LL! creditor". Ic ilcc?, and persons enlitVd to in?, and Drawing ma., learn tf a desirableJ.l-
Cmisiiuipiion, Asthma 1 Hoattaes !1)i.! 1 dtl.tcd will ;pi'e! make immediate pavrnent.
Coughs distribution i in the June 0 TIS49. C3 u.iiii'n.bv at this Vtice.
1 Louisa U. N-jvton
c-siate of apt'Ivin
(1 KLiflfl%TCI) PIANO :warranted :-6J, CJ, D\-pei-ia, Scrulula, Skin Diseases, Rhtuiiatjstn > (C\H'LINE) :M. 1ARIINJTON? Ad.n'x.J _ _
; late of Leon County, diceastd, aie lifitby! nitifictl July f>, li'iO.; 2ri
V*; a'td 7 Octave grand anion Puuoi.ble iVmalf Complaints; Pile, ice., &..c.Dr. that '.licit clair and di nund will be baiu-d i .t (herxpi. -t trM.ii; t'niinty, July 2O, I Is'iO. 2 *\v Court of Probate. -- _

-AL'o-Pianos i ihlves'Tnnece : ) FitchV IP% q'lJtld Patent Silver Plated Abl .tioii of two years Irom this date, ut.los thr Notice. STATE O1 FLORIDA, .ts. > AT CH.\MBrn New Goods,
Attachmit -
.3lian iminal l Support-: Dr. Fitch's I Impiovcil Patent same are e.xhioitrd) lo the subset and all March S, 1 '50.IN "
.tbidted Piantx raitb had IRCY; |'i(!OTis Wahi'isfon County. ) Per Llewellyn" fron New-Yort.
lUedi. 1'tiel.v at Slwtl Spring Shoulder Ji.icc| ; Dt Fitch's Silver! In. vvhahave aiiv demands) Kjinst the said deccasi! ate O IX weiks after d.ite, I will mnke application toO tie mailer cf Sion Smith, Gu'rdian cf Robert ktrti
I) C. WILSUN.J,1 and
SPERM OIL, 20 IWL-S* J
application IViO. 21 tfG haling Tube. heiehy nottf.ed to pr Sill tlu-ni without delay, and I thHonoidble I Jud. e s.f Probate f.r JtiieisonCounlv F:. Ross, inuit.r In ir of Rubert Rns deceasid: BEST Whale do Kw.ler,

u. 1. those in.h-bud to said cMjtc L/C now called upon lo f rlctter-tate ft On the | tliti"-. ri Sli-plien! J Roche and Jame M. '* .
Lanl do 2') Oz Sop. Snlp.Qaiurr
DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURED: make immediate pavmont loJ'AFRIf John JL Brooks, late ot Jei{! r-ou C'ounl, i'erc. ed.JO.slH'A L'tnm stciiririi-', pra; i. t; tfut Sir.i Plinth, Guardian .*
U N S M I I H I N G 4' Linseed do Eisli-h ( .slrnei l,
on the I prevent!' nand cure of Consuanl.l] lion, Aslhmn, K SMITH, Adrn'r. TAYLOR, Sen'r.JifTerson as atur j.i'd, n abe rt uiri-u to give new securities Ca-tor Jo M'Mun't EhixirnfGpiU0

Diseases of the Heart, &.r., an I on the method of June |1i, liV) v.j: Sw County, July 27, I tS4J.: 2'J liw in lieu ot p. titiot.ers, i.r in dfl'ault thereof, that said sb lo (in bottles) Sal S> da, Potash,
(
UN-SMITH WOUK all tic&cttitioti il-)neVJT pre'urting H'-allh a-rl Ik-auty to an old axe. This Smilh be removed Irr-ni saul Guardian hip : It appearing '. Olive Oil. French i. Fncl hKus'1*

Mith i Ike uiui'jtt Precision and Despatch by book hhoul.l be in ev ry famiiv. Io I lie Consumptive Bacon, Pork, and Flour. Notice to t-e Uisfaction; ot this Court that said Tarsnci's di* AlUpire, Pepper Cirger,

IhcMM crtber. it liuitliop iif J'>or to Dr. HjinardVParticular it point cu; ihconly iea*\ AND SHOULDERS. IS hercbysivrn given that at the next vision nf the -Sion Smith Guatdi-an; of Robert E. Rus. minor heir Sweet do Indigo. AlumSal''fft''

attention p xl to ouurttiy orders, and thetJtrtinag. To mother, thfdiiecliosis it uivoi for t the rare and BACON 1( reL M.-ss pk, Gctural Assembly ot the State sat Florida, application of Robert Uus, decea .'d, resides beyond the limit Furniture Varnish, Writ> 1nk5ssd bt2''

;* of ll i m oliri iii. xluratiou of children are invaluable. 7siiXl copies 20 St Li.uis Flour. will be made fur an act of iiicorpoiatioii for of t the State ol Floiida. but in one of the States nf Coach do DallfvV Pain Extractor,

Jiur trucks Ileialred, &c., &r. of this book have passed through Ihe I pre.-s, and lic I! Just received per Schooner %V. R. P.-ttes, atd for Leon Lodge, No .', I.I O of O. I'. the United( States, to wit: true State of Mississippi, 30 fctjr* No 1 & pure Wht Salriatu, Bcrjx,
.
CH15L11S OKMILLY.DR. C'ditinueunabattsl.. For sale S. S. Fitch &. notice said cannot be served
ale by ale [by J. M. WILLIA.1S. J. WAYLES UAKF.IJ. .eietav'', so that ii I petitioners Lfid, Tntkcv100bajsassottfdSn t'iom,
Tal1ah'e M.iy 2 t" ). Co. 7'J7' New Yotk and by July 20. !< '! him
I'rouJwav, JoneS, 1S.)0. 22 > > >_ _2'lii' upon : : .t. 2P'ee. Notme0Per .
SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, // is thcffvre: OrJrrat, That the said Sion Smith,
WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, Quincy, Florida. Just Received. Notice Guardian as ator THid,do appear and an A few barrels Northern Flour, fane*
(flffitc) first Door West of JuJrc BaltzelI's.May (tyjr Hr. Fitch1 Guide; to Invalids, or biu-riions fnjjettfons hereby given that at the raeetingof the next Leiilatuie -:- titior.fr-> within (our mouths frcm the ibte rt the AUo, a few Cross Cut and Mill & "
2 -0 tiijini! Dr. Fitch's Remedies,to be had, ra/M,, I n Onn BOUNDS BACON SuES, IS ol the Stale of Florida, application will first publication of this order. or the said petition superior
of all ht. Agent Iv/jl/UU (>,i/j<) Ibs. Shenldcrs, be made by a Company for the grant of a charier to will be taken as cimftsst'J, and the prayer thereof Per "W. R. Pettes" from New 0rea.tRacon

THE TRUE MEDICINAL June 15, f jO. 23 tlJan 10W HH. plain llam make the Wacissa and Ocilla Rivei visible, from rantfd : I'uH'iilnf, That a copy of this order be Sides, Rice, Lard,

:.1 tierces Sugar-cured Hims, the mouth of the Ocilla to the beau waters of the published oncea week for lour months in some news Shoulders, Flour,

COD LIVER OIL SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 4'J' barrels Flour, %Vacjsa. paper published within the State ot Florida.WASHINGTON *' Hams, Molasses,

>K'UL! in the cure ol Sciofula, Consumption, just received a large and general assoil. 3U "" Whi.skey, Jt-tlt-r.son County, July 20. I s.io. 2 3m TAHOR, Mess Poik, Susar.
HAVE 10 Mcsd
U Gout.Rheutn3tilrn. Asthma, I'/ni.ir.hitis.Co'iglis, of Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, 15 Prime Poik" Ju.lie of Probates Washington Countv.Apiil27 ON HAND, _
and all diseae* of the Chest ard Lun n. A upplv Paints Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which Ihet will seton 3 lilulf. New Oilcans Notice. 1< .TO. Ifi; Jm Gin Kami Leather, Oil Carf et & ?"&>*CI3!

ot this viluaWc incdirine i-i jut receiviil.liich i the|most icdSunable turns J lur cash or appro*nlcre 1 13 kegs Nails Sugar. S months after date, the undersigned. Administrators Lining Skins, f rcarrij-('*.&'c'Ci

warranted pure, and of- cry w erior 'palitv.Tor .. and Calf do. For sale by
Whiikey,
H-le by LEWIS &. A M KS. icines, will d I.i well to call and examine their stO(k t their final account and vouchers lo I the JnJ e of Leon who wish inf- the J M. WILLIAM*
17-ar.i Rum, Gin, Porter,and ol her aticli''htichi *, to any person may to enter
T.ilUhas'.oe. Fla. before nuchasiiiQ fUewhorc.Q'liticy many Probitc Court, and ask for a discharge from said OR Jnnc2',15ui. 2"
May 2. !"VI. 2) | es- >
__ __ will be sold for a very small adarice M ct f.IViiig business. A young man, wilh a lamily, who
Private Boarding House. June l.'i, 1>5J. 2T tlJan iU-pruiined! to give bargains, ahallSnd! itthei tate. R W. has had several years experience irv makingTiiipentine.in -

ir.tciest to give the subscriber a call beffepur- FISHFR.l the vicinity of Wilmington, N C.. and who Blacksmithing.J. .
rT HNT ortwrlve Gcnt-men| cau he Bfconvtda'ed asI. Peas. W. F:. FISHEU,5Admr3-: 1fCTOC
cbaitig. KN1OIT. understands the wishes take
5. S. process thoroughly, to respectful1!
J din It. ) A DUSHF.LS of PF.AS sale Jnlv '2f). 11'). 'tII t:underizncd
DJ DjjrJirat the residence of Llojd, I : lor by
> Tallahassee, June, 1S'(). 2i _ charge of a business, the ensuing Fall, w here a utticient the public generally 11"employeda ,
Manroe street, next house to the stole occupied 1U S. S. KNIGHT.
on of hand R
Notice. n mr>er are employed to alloul him hoNe Sheer
Mr. Leon Brjan.on desirableVrm-*. Al o one I JuneJ2. IS'jO. 24 [ superior i a
hj Pure Sulphate of Quinint. a libt-ral salary, < fiirnihc l room now unoccupied; foi a gtnllcinan months aftT dale, we shall apply to ti.e now prepartd
Medicines HTMIE subscribers have hand two hund'fd and SIX particn'ars, address W. H. H., Madison C. superior manner, and on usual terms. ..
and lady, or two tingle gentlemen.TlU"ha Dr. D. Jayiics Family on Judge of Probate in and for Renlon H .Middle Florida. F. PAYJune29Z'.St ?11" I
11 IS..'). is J. fitly ounces nf Sulphate of Qiinine, \\hidi they County f.ir discharge from further ailministratitd
-e, May /COMPRISING his Expectorant, Hair Tonic AlJ !. u any June 13, 1S.JU. 23 3m tf I
: have obtained diiect, and ). 25
from the nanulacturtt, on the estate of Charles Laing decc-asct) late ofBentoa
\ I erat lye. Hair I Dye, Cat mi iii i ire Halsam, Tonic ,
Fruits &.c. : they will warrant it lo be a suirricr arlicle. Countv. South Florid.!. ---
Vcnnifuze Sanative PilU, and Agate 1'iIls.for sale H !
OUAWfiES SHIELDS ii GOLDWIRE We have enlarged our slock of Drugs aid Medicinesby C. T.: JENKINS! Settle Up I IALL Great Bargains Goods at Cost.-

RAISINS, rect-nt ariival. ,and, a-e prepared toexecote J. I D. ALLEN, d UI iS. indebted to the undersigned for sub of CLOSING"1'" ''
LKMONS.APl'LKS Juno 15, 1V.V). : tlJn Quincy, Fla.D petspns nPHE subscriber beins desrrcns
ONIONS, :2t ciders lair articles incur line, al wbolosule 1 retail, June 2-2, 150. 21 Cm' to the Tallahassee FIoi idun from ur at .L MERCANTILE BUSINESS in this rifT.

I HUSH POTATOI-;. r. *?. I*. I'ou'iiseiidS Sar&apaiilla.Dr. on the most atcommodat in; terms. anytime dutin.; the year 1ST7 and ISt?, or for advertising otter for sale at CO' T his entire STOCK f! 'sZ.rcon.i.iin
We have also' a few accoinls yet due to sit for the Notice.SIX said time informed aadSuI'DRY
MACKEREL in half h.iru.4 lt and kill, Sand do.Dr. or job-work'tlurinx are rf all kinds, both FANCY
TICKLED HEEF TONGUES) Woods d'. vear 1S49. They me generally in DiaHuT.onr.tj, Months- after the date cf this notice, I will that the books and accounts are in the hands of Geo. GOODS, Ready-roade Clofhing, Boot* .,

Just received aud for sale by Dr. Cull's d'o. but if the whole could be paid shcrtk, it VN'Jld' go : my vouchers and accounts to the Hon.Judjie %v. Hntchins, F q., forsettlement, who is duly authorized Show, Hardware! Grnn-ni. and all other. l>w

JUiIN McDOUGALL. Dr. CoinstockV, do. fr towards liqitidatingccittin sutras \hici! re owe. of Probate for Leon County, for a final settle to receive and receipt for any and all monies usually kept on hiid for s.le in this market.3uE

December. 1S1!> 50 1),. Conistock'd Pain Extractor. LEWIS 4i AME3. men and discharge from the Estate ot Dr. I. D. so dueme.. CHANTS! PLANTERS, and, FAMILIES dei jjf

Forlc! hy SHIELDS Ss. GOLDWIRE, June S, 1SOO. 22 Newton, late of said County,deceased. It is earnestly hoped that any and all persons indebted > purchasing, would do well tn call, and eX'r'D5

Pain Killer. Jn.ic 10, Is50 23 than Q-iincy, Fla. PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r. will Rive this notice due consideration, amid his stock, (as.it is entirely new.) before P L
: Groceries.TUST March 23, 1c30. ilGunNotice. settle up without eel.iv, and .save me the unpleasant elc here. S- FElR>E '

AFRESH *upi of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,jus Provisions 6tc. recinved per schooner Pettifron Nw Or- necessity of going to law for the s-'rrie. Tallahassee, July 27. 1550.yL _..
and for sale hy J leanii, Lard Oil. ( ) July 27, Ib50. 2'J' S. S. S1DLCY.

T. WHITE fc CO., Agcnti. 14 1 BARRELS MESS PORK, Ext ra Sugared pure.Hams, SIX months after the first publication of this no Flour Bacon Lard, &c.
,
Novel ber7,1819! 45Nails. '1.4413 rt do. Prime do. Plain Hams, I shall apply to the Hon. James K. Bionme, Bacon, Flour, &c. schoonf IV.B. .
: Leaf Lard received from New Orleans,per
i Kegs TUST
of Probate for Leon
for
Rectified Whiikey.Aloin Judge County, a discharge
received Schr. W. R. Ptttes fcora New
Cranberries lUST
2 half barrels per Prttes,
Store- trcm the administratorship of the estate of George
J hhd. clear *idu Bacon, Clear Sides Shoulders Young,deceased, late of Leon County, Florida. J Orleans, rioiir-Olilo and St. LOUI"JieoI i
KEGS Agawanand Fall Ritet Cut Nails, jiis 1 do. should r . Clear Buvon; Sides,
S 0 received and for MC by K> bbls. St. Louis flour Molasses,St LmtU Flour, DAVID D. YOUNG, Shoulders, ) Side and SIiou!
MeNAUGHT & ORMOND. 5 do. planting Potatoes Rio Cottee, 5<)Sack$ Salt, &c ic Adm'r. of George Young, deceased. Sugar Cured Hams, Lard, Molasses and igar.
For rale cheap by HCC. March ir, is.o. lu 6m iVlLL.1Mmy !
E.
A.
13 1s59. 14
Newport April I hhd. fine Sugur, Rio Co tree. Ferule by JM..
June 29 l&W. 25
Saratoga Water. 20 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, Notice. White Wine Vinegar, 1!, ISSU.
10 baricU Rectified Whiskey. Flour. No. 1 Mackerel, -

DOZEN! (quarts) Congreos Water, just re Just rec'd. per clir. W. R. Petle, and for sale by SIX months after date, application will U made Leaf Lard, Brought to Jail
Q 0 ceivcd and for ilc byMeNAUGHT McNAUGHT &, ORMOND. AFRESH supply of F.rnily FLOl'R just rccived the Hon. Judge ot Probate for Leon County Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri Mill,

Sc ORMOND. March 0. 1S50. 9 "Llewelhn," and ft sale by for letters of dismission from the estate of Thomas Colgate Soap, for wk- by FN Tallahassee, Leon Cou.ilJ.fdmrk "" ',
Newport 5
? ewpcrt. April 13. 1850 U ____ McNAUGHT &. OnMON!. White, deceased, late of said County. July 27, lS."). 29 A E HOC. instant, a ngro boy about la '
New Books. Newport, June 29. 1550. SAMUEL C. WHITE, Administrator. ;} about lOlL". Cd
Iron. May IS lFt5O. _Jo* who says his name is !:'
Flow FINE selection of ll.e Novel* ol the day, to.Aether and Meat i j Cm A Cooper Wanted. _-= age Solomon Wafers Decator Cotu1
Refrigerators Safes"IANDING
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assortment of wide Iron, say S, 9, and 10 inches A with many others, such a Brucc Life Mackerel.NOS. who can make TURPENTINE BARRELS, hebelcntr; The> owner i is re
Ay uitable for Plows, receded per SchoooeAM f I and Travel Hutnboldt' Travels, Rambler in Me*. from Bark "Llewellyn" anassor ent ONE comes well recommended for industry, can Georgia. him mat. 3'7uN

} and for 'Ue i I ico, Los Giing"9, Aw for sale byMcNAUGHT named articles,fur 3le by 1 and in Ibis., J hbh., anal 4 bhhs for find employment at lair wage Mike application I TI. ES

> byMcN WGllT ORMOND &. ORMOND.NcwHt MeNAUGHT i ORMOJJine by s. S KNIGHT L la McNuIT&:! ORMONDNewpcrt "

Nf vrpcrf, March 9, lS )). Nni ISt'-o. 11 Newport. v"1. IO. June 29, 1600. >* ', June !?, jc.i4) JulFROCLA1IATION -

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