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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 17, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BI HILTON' & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, ]?A. SATURDAY. AUGUST 17. 1850. VOLUME II-NO. 32.

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SPEECH OF HE. YULEE, iI..4 no liitlit i.i'i.ish to extend a1liIIh or restrict slavery no 111.11i -iR ITr. ,.ri. VTIM> ; iicrio.s." ** |, heon co: ni. That, I t'n' i, w is the n I! nient, it can only! be.-bc-catise that pocr amid duty an.!. \ i.ltlinz tn i 1.' Ian u ie.uir, < men, we do not as-i. Ibo .
/////. tltitff.tiir Sfti- i h m tot "i it ; 1)111.i ha-it ,tuihdietr \ r vrtov THI 1 c v-r: mi\Y 10 yi IKV inn i, 'ninieilv 1 I h |ll'li\ now ii timv- I exi-lrd t.n tbe ol toiigres tirsi, and ha< b tud.'iig.itfd. t
( part .,
tin \itnjwiiAK I nit. iv. [ : ': Coitus* :.s i-i. (bi)ish' ai rtsfe for
On to di tinu'ii) : ; islu! lutwct n the l.>iiu-i i. i ii-' i.lii I.ut; I an i-iMblt tI! to tii un-h! .1 -till iti,.'ie iiTe-cl ; all utui't!. : Wiur. 1 wa iuice oimJ, I Il then of the y ,
I/U till'/JM/I// *. 0.Mr I it iinlhepower (tn Ito- is 1.1 \vi'i! -Lie- i,> the T. mli'ius ; ni>r -.t ill > .
ale on ) i"i ; g'ite'rusuuieutt I) trcngjiitton protection consent that irsba'l int.-rv-n, .,ttiph"
h-si tat
I PAX i*. "I Mii is-iii| ieseiiteNiiff! t | il| witti: t.i ot I the one and discouiaire Ihc other t As I the Ili'tl of thi- dtsei III lien tot i'll\! 1, Ullll.i:lie, but 1vi'nlile The -cnati-r allm'e' to a different I iu s.ivt-! | roprity and it is i's (hLIt'i to give it, that as is by the W itinot Provi-o Veetairttthtet rszt,

a, n nmtndnifnl' to :Mr.t Kouti-V -Mopo-ilion) : < dor.il I rejuesientatue oi f esich atwl all I 1 t the Na e-, it if rid ix--e-i-.irv : ath! with! ibis. t iout 1 : (It.i.i I hat whuh I .tin pituiedni> ti. brin-- power and t it'.ii. only an .,ku ai.m pmiutiiv in ( t>n- the ci pr.'po.i n tiiniioa r.'iar>iislni"$ riaht. tVe ak
And dial nil !1aW Ititi! !-. :: Mrfi'ij: in id j Tr- t'innfi to led 11111. vutluii tnv *;>hete ti itpowei*, \voll claim i ilut he should n<> in.'u io be cittd in o|'| I I He s.ty; I that, beliov lug here vva.s th-uiii ire-s. \uw.vviut h ol us lo l lu.t jti ,ice to our const Cotizre's" lo-dbH h.irge i.tn
? :il i- at I lie date oj 1 it*> .10'jaiMtioti' L bv tlitt luit<<(j jvMi xjii.il and -\.ict jii-tice and favoi 10 all. To u t "i UitMSf rip to I Lie course of I iio.e gentlemen Ii.'ill t the Mexican laws were abrocaUd by j the utnen.-.hc who demands ot Congress to dischaige atstl its api!>n>prialr tnnctwnttlccl '1livuIk

"J. wliirti$ deny or ohM'tut the right i l atK citiv.n t > Uiidt-rtrke t-i di criininate b.-t-.Men 1 tir ". 'ith with wlioml I am acute. Thee-videuce I ht- was in favor ol rept-alinn them, but that this duty jut ihefjrM instance, in order {that our citizens ; -eror-ly to 1 hat right. V

it! the United Slat* to titnoie to amiid<> iniid domestic iiiflitntionsol one and another would hr .ulduce consist* i m (tie l.ict coninmtiuatod lo m have now parted aw.iy Well, the ulijtct rn.ij go with their slaves at once, ami lie in h--
* JVmtory with any $;>ecie* ol |>n>pi-m KgaliyI to act in total MilnerMon ol the end fut \\ hit h it was oiuol the senators i Tom Kentucky [Mr. !. ] !,: is to remove J.mbt front the minds penitent ol the caprice* ot a subordinate agency, or The Clay Compromise.Vio .

I II. ,ii in 1II. UI "" Stale* o 1 tin* UtIifl, IK* and arc e.tahhiiihedZo! be the common jirutcctm' and ffvardtan awl \\luch 1 am enabled by )his authority to stati.. I IT t my constituents, and tti pl.iccthem i in the lie who leafes the emigrant to work oil his own \ is lht! clnuipioti ot: this rnetistirc ? :.Mr.Clay. I

|hi"I.t', ileriared null and void. of all. Cnterlaintng lluise oimons; ue a knot arid now, that Me amendment he proposed lo s-t.ii.; ct li-elmg which he now enjoys.- s.ilety by apoeaiitig lo the onside'ration ot t bis associates J* .Mr. ('kty. thmi} h : Southern ru.iu.
Mr.'Yc.KECeinwcJ< this naterlal ampndim'ut. as the North .illeircb do, for tie! cxtei'Mon ot MissouriT CoHiu.nii amendment, ettleied to otmzlil
rins[ a we | e not to deny I them this sali-taction. upon the p'lb'ic'! lands' HI favor of slavery No. Is he in favor cfoxtiMulinj
and a sfirj role upon the piopoMlioti nf l Ihe slavery That would make a (!i-ciiirination! Ill out Ori-gon) bill in I iMMivthf si-tutor Jiom Irthiina.; [ br miring lot vard a ditieiei.t matter. I Upon the whoLe I must i.isist; that ii the Senator *

,, .iaMT, from ?,1Ii1Nt..tpp1 willdejiend upon the laieol .ivov, asuiipi>t and ilennstituitioitI| a- the deriuii.!i ISnuht,] was drawn on by him under amice and '! to sho.v that the senator hud once e\- vt1tutt! give logical se juence and pif application to flu institution? slavery ? IleJe-

) thi*., I think it < > in come fMijurlsiddv it-able 14I> i nation ttey a-k .icaitift ts in their )1i'cr. It :* not consult, t ion with Mr. Callioun. an.', that it- j< ; a iu.tincl! prov isbn lo protect stare his opinions ,ts to tlu- right ot t the South to be | :n u'I I declared tliiriR thf present srs-ion Conijrpss

vie to tIIf the' %'jt'w that gut cm tno. for: them nor for the ledt-ial tovernuucnt to det. r- ologv was suggested bv Mr. Calhoun.Mr. He saw it was ugh! at that tin e. And tecte-il in the Territories, he should vote with u* for I thai Jic iroul.! not rote tn rxirnil slttrcry vJierc

The 'enal r from Slwsi,*r pi, who Jus ju-t taken mine hether our doii) stic iuitution! ure cood <>i Cny. I rise to a point ol order. he once saw, I I rust he will not now be (amendment, and fi.r othfrs ot similar bearing.Ku i' rlrv no[ nrir rrist to his fiKtes
tiis MM!, [Mr. I'ooteJ J continues lo charge Ihat. IK- bad, or whether it should be repressed <''i pieservwlt The I'tEvI-n1If Oincr.n Tin-senator will I there i another point in the passage cf (his sirre otrn lifr
*Mimwin1 of u ''hi* *''lc 'he chamber heliove belong* t & n*., and u-only! to decidench ijuesions. his seat and let the point ot order be staled.Mr. ] Will the gentleman bear with m* speech which 1 have read important to henc.tcui.- hf helievo s'nrpry' exiit* j in the* new

'nil t1! Mexican lawn abulmhing slavery were ab- Vhat.. thn, we do usis-ton i#, not to extend Cur. I wai I to know whether it is in >tiitg, what the law was at I hat l I lime, I The Senator has all the while complained that i-ur trrtitoripsl JIt not only dues mJ so I*Here

T rated it-wnlhc; withdrawal of Mexican juiitidiction, >la\eiy but that irediall not bcpiohtliituljimnini'mi der, especially on t the Mibjc-cl now betere u-, to < tn.- special Ieuislot lye protection would be claim for protection to slate property in the Territories l'uit t fteciarrB. that it is inrfiitMen (tficre f ly mi

we act incoii, i 1enUy with that opinion in pressing frat in z U'lth our pi opt i ty itttu the Trrtihtrn* vfI'lntrd ijiiire what were l!.e opinions ol \1r.Cudhu'un. Not do'i'ilitig now, I do not conceive it was incompatible with the admitted absence cf existing .Mcjicnn law ? JJocs
amoniltncntK of the nature uflereei j jI by Ins colleague iF,, .Suf(8raM( rir< an ,Jayiloithrh : <.r, is the poiut of eirtliT. I contend (hat it i H out of power in Congress fo estiblish n abolish slavery." Mr. Anti-slnvrry
\WU,MI* I nmsider it a fuflicient justification for U-e- in oilier words, that vesuiIl!> nut tin that account lit der to take up ihe opinion-- any rifleman, ., \Wcl\\, (the fact that the senator's Tue Senator trom Kentucky [Mr. Clay] and the Clay ry that Ih? territories utti Ie opeti

iskili'fl! upon tlti* (Hunt that doubt exists in any di.rafleiNtJol a pnxilcge i-os esid by all otheh. it'b u. n 'on I the subject of l that eplannt ion. I at different I I I"nehrhl il i ilk-rent views as I to Senator from Michigan [.Mr! Cass] have'joinul him to bL-tvr-h'olders! under this compn>ini<><* ? N >.

quaiier a to the correctness eiftlie opinion we
Will tlie .-n&tr deny that there u cooder character, Ir.bf'atIn, or coloi. All whether stnct t i mvs. i! to the limits ol oidr in d LI .t.- ; of doubtful ssuc-, and (that we should occa-ion for ai.-wer. Speaking of territorial bgislaiure aforesaid Mexican law.

uud tot doulit when eminent statt tneu midjati-te: j\ape: barbnnan, 01 rmlr/ed tnt_ freely ciitc-r and whenever I may be brought to )haveovttstepped constituents by ., ilatiuin. Alt hiotugh he he says : If it should undertake legislate 7/or llii-n does his
iijKin ttn,; flour and clscwheift'viresR; ,m opinion$ div I( main, we only being excluded. lin.it, 1-'tall br obliged to any senator as I am ii the public st"l! (doubt ; ami not the for the prohibition or exclusion ut slavery, it would! menvurc do jiutlcc tn

* Ci:I) I the rev wo ol our own, and when it t jp assettedv The Igitiina1e t iew of t lie argument of t he paragraph lo the senator from Keuutuick br arresi in roe minim!, huh ol (liie public mind, should be a more nullity," and that "so the court* would be lieS! .tniIi ? ll'/io can answer and say that it

4> fiuny of them, as it wan once I by j himself, that tie js, that slatchoi
!npr'Ine Court stand* committed to the opinion they .fntdiK" with all othtTK: t that slave j'roptity stands I that objeci ion 0'nouUi be made to a reply wlueti ; because I think (that the cncuir.stancj j'riiltclicc ot slavery should be subjected to imuicp the Sotitr. to submit fo SUCh a c

riifc' IVith this prave diversity ol opinion ctiiit inc, npun ciiial| tooting vtthot : tr property ; that the to ohovv hut Mr Calheiun's anti-e-ntv had been \\ maik, this issue ''n-lvrt-en Ihe two st Ctions the same test, he cannot doubt it would he held val ? 'I 1 lie oLtainnic of her mjiromie -
rmiscuws, a* we all ate oJ the fallibility ol human cud lor which the federal go\eiiitnent wascstabli-h- prope-rlv cited bv the senat-r lr' m Mississippi cx-pt-dici.t to do so. The country should id." The Senator, thin, rccogmred in the most rights ? No.
we'l' hesitate whom, it I am not mi-'ake, I the I 1'ieetntor' felt hin-ell constraint], The( protection ci her honor 1 No. Her ftttiirespcuii'y
iwiiniicntt we zaay ; upon a point m> d" was to be hue common FROTECTOB and unar- otu is. among once eli-finct terms, the brexid distinction lo aboti-h anti! -
material to our section. afldk t. i c.1ve the doubt than ol all ;" and the conclusion to which it arrives ntor fiom Kentucky' wa' himself ->ne, in support cl ins di.ty, t.> insist upon the s are de the duty to protect. I trust we shall never arMn; bi ?1 No. What then ? OCR m*

,v thee\ercie ofan undisputed power t( 4t e1r Is. that \\e ought not, on account tl 'mr carrying their view i of I the uiti.i uitervcnt inn el K-trine. 1 ol legislation which we now urge in behall told that bt-c.m-e we deny to Congress the power to I VI IOAM: ) Tlfi FLLtCV Or SOfTilKKX: MK-

what shaH lie the s'ate of the Jaw. It j is a very ait- *la\e* i into the ierritoi ie. to I be di-fatirhi-od of i.ai constrained? to ny that a reference fit the public .Sfatc hut against vihich he now abolish or exclude slavery ,J e are precluded trcra demanding TIC AMI: IIEc.iR.-A"n.c/,
> iormce of to dim'to |tirv and opinions of the departed sjg,' of ( whole weight, \\Iiichhedenoances : Rfjminc9Yltig..
tiI1Iira.tC>i< | ; legislation remote equal privilege. Now, 1 biihtnit. it t>.c argument protection tor if.
which may artect the cecunU or iimtnent i'fa i private aud cottcluMon ol this paragraph iloo not compre- Sr'nth, in the discti' ion ol a subject upon viluch -ces--arvbut' as inconsistent with the I propose floW to confine roy further observations
: nr political right. Our reluctance to Isa'c l tins bend, in its vpint, the duty ot the government to had once acted with u=. and for tlie purpose el cs.Jijprffd

point
3* would c1uie thc controversy upon it, is wit all oll.er; citizens and all!! other ;piopeity, and of j ertinent and orderly than the refi t.-nce .- -s'flat'r in xpris? terms ileclared ln a !h- for We find it con.st.mtly petrittd ss a barritr in time Free Free Soil shall remtnn Frrr.Vhat i is
lifted, bj the wdtiv by Ihewnatot to fie"arts and oj ii-iotis of a pi the Misouri Cotnproti'i with the Uncier- rea-unutabie legislation ask he-halt et
rt viy positive opintoni'tiuwcvpre- ouitie to extend the same rt' m ite protection.4srlainU .- I we in an important here '
the tii-uator. It i too biict a time :nrc Ins ininJa it diws not rrchtdf the idea of protection gentleman (Mr. Rheti ) for the purpose ej ,',- ', and' ;pr--terrid it to the Clayton interest ot (lie southern section of the country. ntgressiv& bthis ? Trcry fi>ot c.f

Jiitiurbed, Hot only by von serinu d.tubtf, hut Hut. ((01 tunat >h, we need not rly upon inference to ciation. These arc the word* ol the stnainr What is n.e.in by the doctrine it! oon-ir' tntioa Territory, cursor! with slavery when it became

rtM! ar*'titlby a strong conviriion that tb* Mxirn I a-rcitatn whether; in the mind I of* the author ol t the} I wasprx-eedingtosho'v, in finnl refol'iti of I orca-ion, in a speech he then made. Af- ? If i' means what the SenDtot and some ft his the property of the Union has keen p *rmittctl

U%' .. n-maincd
a |i"teiiipt< tiy rc'liance in his present j.truent. ol tiiat document. 1r. Calh >un had ore.ifin govemnifiit ot Mr For.: flow receut ? to address the people of the fciulhcrn ?!;.tes ahoiMyafteiward of{ lave hr pertv t-t the Tenitori-s i I* at war I I of(the Mi-aonri foin;>romi.-, en propcn.it I fraud-ne.t, of course, imputing to the Senate r any ; *ad stairs when! acquired h

!Mr. Y UI.IG. Wwen the Claj ton Cotnprnn i aumici and on that occasion he g.<'v<. us uiui.; the precept-ant'] opinions of Mr. C.ilhoU'i, I!Jut by the tenatorjrom Kentucky, [Mr. purpose of (Ihe srt Not! log could be more fata! to and they have slaves now. All that .

tLi$4iiIIifl. TUe eaatirthen not >nl\ dItl,1t.t d, his own hand I the construction ct I t the Smitiiejiiddr l..td! a> t'Mllv advised aid: aw-ted in tr iiig ;.! 1'fnH |he 1 ..retrrr. l lo the prtnt Com- I the just right-' of the South, nor more opposite as I I the North ss-ks is that the #arnr n-ff f-ball ap-

but weint-d fli inaly to apprehend, titjt the Mexicati s upon the point we are C'Wi-i'leiinj;, tn linruage awt.dn ent'to wl tcb i adverted as luvini; he' *i .ihy I NON, that vve may more clearly under cinceive, to a sound C'-iHtrue-finn of constitution [L.'v' to territory Fiec uLen acquired Albany
lawn at> ,! >hing lavt>ry did renuiu in io rc*. which ends all lurther di-puteof his mean (vied the senator fiom Kente'U.: [V.r he wa in 1.ivor of. I will l asiani lend the than (this doctrine, aj construed and! apptid >n debate I JJrrninif Jwrnal.

<1'u.r< *:. Hi m I* thW, fir.Mi. tig. have i elet red t'ian addr<*s ot lu dated; wf.oi.] That atnendr.itat vas c uchv'd in amcmli if n'. If v'.ns to be ltul! (to the i-y i's iu.'it [irominenf adtucte,[itir. ('ass 3 arid

Vri.cr.. I will repcdt fi tr tliebenefit < i ?heMiiitir. Ju'y' r, 1-Ji't.!>. ani relvr to a pa jsje itnnii'dMt lyfr WOti's ; Compion.isp amendment ( ws in these oti! > r* of its champions.It This i i" a specimen of thf* iCteiit'flreoftlt!

i said hat *o recent h ,is the tJi'ii -si nv'iMti 'cdir.- psrarravn read to u t-.pon a furmcr or ldp'tHtiJ, Fvttltr, That citizens of (lie l provid d that citizens of the I'a.U'd I understand them cnrnvtly, thr-; claire, n' re- Metropoltfion oran ol tht* predominant! Whig

theCia\ton Ctimptoniisebill tltt-ffintm itmalul cisiin byhe enato. lirm Mi.. i. '.ippl, thou ta1t- emisr.itjng with their slave* into thy ol irnt"" TI .th thfr -'1'rr? ir.'n any ..f the s-illing: fic m (flic rule of non-nervcnfinntia! (! if TP pirtr r.filii Umpire Plate t-f, the North. It

< otic of hi* ohji-ciinn* tii Hhat biH up.,n the ap- 1 his I'rt wemsto }haveca'jpc-d hi* not ire. v\ili Ten tones of the United Stales, south oh! stul rl the lriitol Stales south ot said parnl- a- -,-m.territoiy from a nali. n whcse laws abolish ;si'i's in-xv here AIIPO% Dnmirii
jir-l .. oi.inthat tlie Mexican law*. ietnam d in forte, lot lead the whf-lepassage, but will i I cause it to be l Ui} of| Utitudc, sStdlJ be piotocted 1:1: teen propelty) ; be protccte.l in their property in their |property in slave! *, Con.ir-i ctnnot declare the nullity .' 1SGO, hat
atnl thai no jirorivion was made in it fortlH
Mi K'
Mr. Vri.fi I have your speicit bi ir > tne. Itva tame, when they deny hue duty ol Congress to proirCi Nothing coulJ be more disti-itt I j unthtiig ofadjn tmeiit ho favcutluii: ] the Clayton Terrilorif, t'onscresj cannot I M move t him ; that il a hits been frratilieil 'i> rfftiia flarm? after its

\ tlfiuered on the J-'ith of July. J'l*;-lte CI.,\- t-lne pr.ipeity jtially%' with ail oilier dt-scri-, conclusive. The mcrnorv ol 1 !sic t.ntr.ttid ch, I : he OhiI'tSu 1 Territory chooses, in violation of tie constitutional| erfjnm/ow." isirh is the know !ctigtof tLo
ton Cuttiptouune; lieitiicthe <;p1i.lioti Mi. Faor*.. 1 thought jcu aid un a r.cwit uc- stamped ;.til hi* opinions with enduring; v.il-ie which i- not tu l bt Imisid in I be in his slave,or refuse- to y kid to his rizhf? the teachers of men in the landofccmiir.n: scoos.It. .
It i isIiud'cd.a
ca i'>n.Mr Rttat tnisconeeption of the chataclcr \\ronge-d by I th.wiwho pre-ent him as an nut Ii. ; I spr.ik of the cl.ui-e which xtemU. same protection which is claimed awl allowed tr 1 would l.e dilTictilt! to fine I vich i noruncoarnrnr ,

YVI.RB. It was certainly not a very iem(teoccaM'tu. ) bO that and object it has ol thepowcr the geneial t-itlitr goieriimcnt to establish to up-or for d.-nving to t the S..nlb her rigiititil < i.um ol ; I mif the Uned! States especially to other properly. Congress cannot interfere to correct ; tho c of tie South: who have never

L* wa the peiu-ral wheine. of fiim- idtiv- protection in 'lie equal useand njbittit the wrung. In all these cases, non-intervention they learned t read ovrite. Nv
abolish other where its > ifihe. alte
slavery or any piopeity.' an a-
IiriThiJc, next immediately preceding the one now) a e'Tofl 1:1: pi overly. I LEE. That clause was ad.fe l in this say, torbids.
oi
uiitl.i con ideiation.Mi. thutity extendbeyond the limits the State, legarded Rut now, sir, pa-'sing from th? opinions ot it was a pail ot the Clayton Compio- Now, w hat does all this doctrine lend fo ? In lhfirf I (ion of the Jonrnal u-ere correct, the argu.

Foore. It wag, then, before those douhtliaditeen individually. I ts ant several In'vitv is i hut the united Cal liouius, I propose to make s-ime examiiialion( pbce.it i is, fo all practical intents. so hrsour rnent would }>n oo j. Hut as thtf ieverstof

remnved b y the cojent reasoning ol gentlemen. and joint it t authority constitutnin of the States mutual, confened those of the ..enalor from Mi si .ippi. [Mr. Fe> .. It was not in that bill. ;Te- 'iit possessions are ctmcertifd.ns was well insist the statpmcct is the fact, the reverse of tf.econclnion ?
by a
adopted
One moment belote you read it. upon on agreement I expect to show that in what we now claim The senator will ft.;id. upon refer ed this miming by a Senator, the W'llmot Proviso ; is
but by the act of each State liUeman.i true since Louisiana which
The Vatmji Oi HCCR. Does tt.e. .enntor lion separate in have t the suppott of Jus own opinions and cotuse oil! a* leportid by Mr. Clayton, that' I.e because the negation of the power to Protect ihi- ; ,
Florida yield tin floor ( i, in every respect, as cacti adopted its oun vray her, tofore ; and I am not without lio;'e Indee i, the section which extended right.and the frt'is.il ot the ditty to remove a'lege-c' we acquired|: as r.Lrhohnn'! territory was di..

Mr VCJ.EK. I prefer ttjtead the extract fir.1, if1hc epi te C intl it mitten with t the single exception that I sho'wingthat the opinions avowed by him even I the United Stales lo the Territories was or apprehends! impediments creates say the l a. t, vided and much the laryst portion assigned
withrut and the other
siPlat.lr will allow tue. Here it its : one was adopted on. mutual ring this v i ry debase, are at the same time section which the Clayton Cornrritlee m- a dot,!! as to the a'efy emigralm, to the Territories to I In- :North \hi n prohibition i.fs'arcry' it fill-
ot all the States. It is then in fact the
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agreement ,
with our demand, and inconsistent with his and constituted the basis of the ad- with shves whie h in eftert! I exclude ns.
He {Mr. Font*} re/ened to the argument of the constitution ol each Staff, as much so as it- own runs very may lows that \voultl !be agzresive in the Nwrthfo
$fnati from Si-uth Carolina Mr. Cdlhoun tluit pifeitiem to its allowance. I propose to prove In the next place il i-i non-action so far as thee-
[ ,] constitution and the refuse division
the introduction of Teriiton separate is only constitution ol he has nhvay< claimed for the South a right to It ( \ (in his -eat) That is (tl.e cunty of slave property is concerned, and! action a ot the territory now acqui.
a new ac.ja.red by all the States because it that of each. Af the
'tni ,jest, into the Uuioti. although flavii ina% J.a'.eI'ceu coii-tiiu' on mdt the general is hat htive inlet j>o itteinfor the removal of<'b-structi< against it. Ft is in very" truth the a-tive exercis olth red, as it say.fiee.. Ail thit "th" -Soul/i'
I too.i
coveinmenl,
a.hu1ts.i'4 Jn-re ,evio hcarriedla\er\ tlioeuro tunora o* .Iav' proper*V in the 1'ert The senator from New York. [Mr. In *Trllde.Vf! kllc the I OVVtT to protect i is ask< is that the fame. rK.'csha'I!! appfy' totprn-
| i is in like manner, ak much the g'neinnic..1; if\ -.i h ice eveiyvxlu.u in ,] who wa a member of ti.e com>ri!.tee, htgnr I. l lie -Hriia-eV ... .
rit- -ml to legisla jir-itectio-i ..
it. T" thi hi heart aroented. bat hit. i : and chief drtfi.cUrof /? ..t. .? .. _.. | O....l.._.. !'_ ._
Slate iti and wilv the the author ?
j'iZflhtflt a own) ,
-paiate government -ilicti'.n "f 'he Union for tl.al dcsci ipt ion ot t I say. The senator, therefot is m>*- belor the cocntry a.
' "''lid itit y'et t a-d'-nt to it. He w.i sjU! in d.u.ii.- gnverttuieiit ol all because it i s the g'Aernii.ent of erty VM ; iu other won!", ttat I I" len\ing, the tn recollection if he thinks that hioppo; the do--triri, has declared that re coiiMel.-- A Ilernarkable! Freak eta maniac Istv flt iced

tic teared that the ar utnent of the w-rtjtor lVflflI e.irh. So likewiie are its law-. and i Sol tie: s.neaeon. .. 'isl. and urnc. its Clayton !b-ll wa- to the absence Mexir .;,i a-'i-sl.r.cry: lavas runairing in force in the Tif True Araeiican
ai.fl (!.i!-. cf| s-K-h it. Vcraont had n-it been amwfted, and th.it it iuLt! I i Its authority, then, is hut tue uttod: :in* ,-. I the recently acquired Ttrntorus. If they eV it it
v.ith t liie piineti'le 11! Iuuu-
lot be met inthi*. Senat and that it c<.nld not l bt common authority ol the several Slat <, il< legated !by c la i-is.stef i- in conflict:; w.th t 1 !him- II.I !. ,sho-v ac\v that the senator claimed np- Ube-ctns- the transfer lht.y Ucatne Aincan at IJonlentown jesterday morninir. The tc>-

Met in the Supteme Court, and that Ilirdecision 4 J each to be exeiciijed for the mn'ual ben fit oach ivm it tiiaten.il to go into this c'samination a positive legislative pr lectn-n fot i.nys-lmw-; the United States. No law c-.n hare cntn'itive, which was to brin the mornmtrnin
that conn, a* it is now constituted, would he aiiu4 and ail and for the of the rtshts and ha'.1 whtch does not reprwcnt foTientcnAvasmIssfd
creater security the sctiat >r's .inj-iii/ii* and Cf urs-, because, and it was the absence of such a pro- force cr even e.xi-tence, from Inrdc n'own ,
the South. Andthtn, aid lie, win) TO are we ? inter>'M% ot each atid all. It v\i- for that: pnrpoyethe ; \\ hi* great nil H-IH-C and eficlive aUiiiJies are constil'ited the ground ol his dissent to the will of the s-uprtme authority. Certainly the and the engineers procureil anolhcr-when

J\Ir TOOTE. W41! the Snatiirfruyi riotida dome States united in a federal Uni<>n, au: iu.opud a txorte-d I in nppos.tioti I lo % hat I co-i-cientii ssy! ')j'b' athnu.h! in the end he voted for it. Mexican authority has ceased in these Territories, they readied Treufi-n they discovered! thr missing
tu-! common constitution and government. With tlie !is the and I the and has been succe-cded.tts all .tdmst. by: toe authority
justice toccnd that report of un sjM-ech to mMi *- eariie'-'ly believe t<> !-o a mo-t righti-'U" < enand (the v\< ; ol senator ; am
MOW they conferred the government Stales, WI ich is now tie! supreme one fa>t in the su-itchc., blowing nITi.teDifltt
Vrurr. 1 shall hae Now, it i evident thegeaat'M did r.ot c inidr whatever pr>wei it ha* of regulating and prte' < tins:! an i Ift Tisoensable condition in an adjustment of b rau-c tlu-v arc very appropriate to authority in them. V.\ll, now, (bow can any law a great rate.

the <1a&sitaIiu to be without eiio'J< doubt at that what appertained to ths ir exterior relationnmoiig q>i "st un-and in the lecontiei.; of{ wh'ch 1 rircHinstances : exist there for a moment rNc-utbythewiIL( of the I '\Yhn thev ramf to it they iounu- a man
tune, and thnught thrre wa to fear the Snpicme theniki-lves and with the rest of the woiid. ILirh.} involved re-ulls eil the Uni- S''ti-s.a-rc-piesenteel, tn its legisiaitve icria,
i.tt. believe ia deepest he contend.! I tha' slavery could not exist trying to rebuild the fire and the water anti
in biiH, gieed with the otnero to unite then j.ituiatihoritv ? True, Congress will not t uruaku- express
Court con-tihited Rut bv Corgres-
a* it was, w.mM be ( Uf.P'ee to lieu welfare aid: eM-teitce. even -' : .rot-li'.n. If a rmn.-hontd take
and ; : remain force, i itrn.t cinders spU&hing! over him a? d I the englnIf **.--
lo the and lights of them but it they in
azaiurt the Amth. I'K-! same materials compose power protect sate'.y I will refrain fn-m the pursuit oi mv urpi-, il slaves into one of tl-ese foreien Territo- ennctinents ; '. .
the court now a* then. And! %-er> prcfcnaul wa- the and r'totcote the inter<'st ol each by their united sens-tor
question when he aii'4.< in theatnictjtiitifni of an : 2 ncr. 10 be confiot ted with the sh. dow oi his own t la"i i itl.ere lo which he can sf peal ?- sike of older, JM <.cuev1 until otherwise tecUrd! ) ; I'a., had come here from I'ordcnluwn
adverse decision ** A nd, hen, sir,where "" Such is i clearly the character aid object sue c I without smarting, e'itig"od nature. .wn ci ;rs to sle.il hislaves, fo car- on Monday evening, and returned 1 in the same
I repeat the now. If the remit ( ihc i'ns. memmr.ul goveri'tDent, aunt! ol t the auitioiity u and power will iecei\c sir.Mr. ; l aws rest ftrtiu'ir sanction upon the will ot the supreme
ejiicstiiHi conferred In its will of Corgresa, whirl tiain. Some lime daring > rugtt or early
on it. and having the :
,
authority
>n should tit ich as he teared. wheto w'sul&] we power Yi'wr.VeIl, then, the senator will! n law : In- will he nsweie l, yout cin do authority-upon
be 'Hitler tin- bill ? Where would he, hy hib j.reititc.iui f'jr its object the more peileet ;protection and lect.ae wmll do, that the first great stMsegi there is now li\v in tt> e case. Th 'ro arc "n this case represents that authority. Now, then in Irif nif-rninp, this madman !had j; >ne t tic
1.4;, have to ? otiiiiti'jn ol the Mtety and rr.i: ol each and all, 11 the courts decide that the will of Congress is presumed knde! i firr. of the
place us on
::helped arose i it I this'bmh upon tins i question bet ween I hi section of country dispostd to euiicra'c enpinf, a put one pumps,
it is bound to their ii'iti'd the in the po-itive and
protect, by will is thus employtd
power two sc-ctiotis was upon the 'i i.l I creatini i : a ( ; hnt there was net one who wititil ht' its whirh had been taken >fT and not findini! ; tht
Dut the senator lias fcirnself at this atety, the rights, the ptopert), and the citizens nl ..! elusion of slave property from the Tetril -
session
the
for of 1 he
very ; government Oregon ai session i U to lave there, because
> as carry a I bv oil he had melted t.illow uih: which !hjjrpasfd
will
all where\tt extend1 !hit the words its ,
*oted in lavoi of an amendment *ubbtatitially the it-authoiity was 1 Tl'f inh.ibitinis ot Oregon had erected a ]Iir hold him in'con-'e.picnre of the hand!* "I 1t ne- ; in it her Congress permits
this under object lor conferring wh-tcver and ant lioiit decison to i.-.tereetir for the prohibition of all the and putliiii' on strain
same a* now considersion.*! II in colleague power government, and! had eieluded slavery by aI autlior-M.-s.i t being t tied o t that they could judicial appantus ;
otU-r .d, at a previous stage if this bill an amet.din it has : and ii it fails to fulfil that, it f,is) to peifoim I ciiiictr>cnt. It was believed by the southern t he subject slavery.up slavery in the newly ar.j.iired territories ; but it required came up t-, this city like a fcdvak of jrreas. dlightning.
ut mntlar to this and the *nnat< r voted for it. the duty tor which it wat- (reaud. It u u enough for I on to declare that sncb is not it w ill, the Senator "
tters that under t the I 12th section, f the l'r The engine hail! been managed
He could not have done un unless he acknowledged it (ii know th.it it it the right, interest, or property would fi Various amendments rontenf5.! nt that lime that tlarriy ( from Michigan and he from Mississippi protest -
our power lo enact it ; and if we have thepouvr, Isee of"a citizen of one of the States to niake it its duty proposed ten.am with in the rce.view of preventing that result.Amonsr txi\t without lrsi tatice j>r trrtion. It that the principle of nor intervention is in $lhi way. very well! as it was not at all ir.j'irrd ; but it

no reason why our section of the Union should to protect it whoiteierit: comesvithintle tpheiVol of hert Ihe sen ttor himself; proposed at. w >s true (lien. it is eij'iallv so now- Cut thts is not yet the worst consequence of nonintervention is sui/poM-d hi' did not know how to bark it

tint have the benefit of the p'ovJM'on. its aulhoiity, whether in the Territories. or on the ment WIt Ii the view ol pi eventing!;hat result. I Of such protection in the Clayton hi!) i> interpreted: tar, in the third place when it got! in the switches here, which wrr *

1 may its *ell ay now, once for all. that I er.n- high eais, tiller the adaption of a ptivwin rovemig, jn ubtanee were lunleried on it not to eeJahhih i 'r to almhhpioperty. nwndment weie proposed in ther words fluids favor with him .' the S-.nrh npo'i the continent. Th laf.-ly acquired;
the t iurjiwe of this ammidmeiit-ti ii.eyihe! t or rights of any de-1 iitdion. but to pro- A ft removal! left them. To establish abolish belongs to the this subject is the fact to all v.u-.nl lie said !he tusuk the i-ie ti how
ot nil doubt as to the tight "I utfietnemi or jog : but sliati!! not be- *tieri! to (Ihetestrirtion I i'>n expressed opinions upon The same condition as ( eu > SCIf
grants to cam Iheit slave piojrrty into the Tciri- Slates, in their sepaiate soulbctn capacity -the capacity ;pis i-d in the sixth atticle ot the; compact .. not tally jib his opposition to his tol- territory remaining upon the continent. It the laws f.it: it could be tim uk to #>. IK was taketi!

tone -an indiK] entle condition in any atJjitstrneutjf in vthioh they cifaled both i the genera! and in the oidmawe of tevenleen hundred and I nendmei..', nor with his opposition to pro- of the acquired country come wi'hthe lard, and bark 'o I rdirntottii, and sent thence It his
< thi* qu<- iiin. So far as mv ve te i toncermd, their separate Stalcgo\ -rpnint: It would b<>, then, veilfur lhe Koventpient ol t he u of the ? i-lation bv ('onzrf'sm. It he doe' not vote Congress c.-nnot repeal them, or if even a douHf.ott
this i ik a tine qua nan-an vltitnttnni. a total and gross prrviMot follow the opinion t heir annulment i I-io he-allowed to remain, it will! frien'U. 1'w escape front destruction was

The vraator trora Kentucky [Mr Clay] declared ty lo use them to establish or abolish slaver* or any Net this was practical legislation upon the ot hic, which I am a* onf to read to be in vain, so tar as the South i is conccrneel, (that any very lucky f'; r him."

just now that thin amendment was violet ive of the other ptopeily of the citizens of the United States, jt cl i ol sl.ivery. It was a distinct provisiott lor sequence. I It.Iead.lres-! the ""senate on the future acqti i-i lions are made. The um of the --- -.---- --

principle of non-intervention )21ifl( winch we pro- in hue Tetr.toiies All the power it has, in that respect protection of| I the inhabitants" frenn anv 1. -tin rt'v: to some observation of mi-ie. % hide will he, that under this new elocfrine. the Ohio,-The following! is an extract front tfit

4ei-.ed to rely. The senator from 1iisippi i )ha* is to iccog'usse a- property there whatever isrecognised upon the trot- tenure of| slave properly.; Il was ? for the inhabitants of our Territories lines nf fie Star Staff irill Iinrr Ittn/Lretl la tlfitjirrtttit sensible! memorial of the numerous citi etis of
aam, to-day, as he ha on Ihre or buy eircasioii auch I b\ the united authority nl e.irliandHll it was a presTiplion to the territorial esfaMi-h social r ulalioiw for their own ii'niti. It this be the (ctiipe ol the Demoratic -
ol the States AM) TO AUOPTSIVU LAV.Ol he U to been introduced Hamilton! County, Ohio, to the Constitutional
i.eretnfoie repeated therharge that amendinetit-s tA( that tl'y should not hive power to disturb the and pre erration, prort.etl say : j-hiforn, th.-n a Trojan horse has
the cIa to which this bolnnirs are inronsiKtent wnh ITS RWJHLATION AND PROTKrTU: AS fif slave holders (to settle in the counzv with I ('uVe cumuli the citric.) into the citadel ot the South. That is all I Convention in (hut State, Isur the .cceulq re-

the S"Qtlifin Address-%vith the !Mi. CalIioun Till: STATE OK TIlE CASK MAY RKQUIRE. shall! sayab ut if. moral of all of ait
ojiinions; *lavt' i. Cut I will not press I this are several points in Ibis. pr.sase ofhi- persons negro, or [> nearer
enteitaincd and dtfLtred in hi* lifetime_._with) What Mr. CalhoBB tneaul by the power to cstabi I It t being concluded t that tins amendment would deserve note. All the citizens t.f all Dim? nc.n-iriirrvertt'ton hn n legitimate and rcason- bool.froni! that Slate, .

all! the ptevince profeunion ofgouthprn men, and ] h urahol'sh! ,laytr%" i>> totally di, linvnii>hable] answer the parp-sc in view-which w a in the t ; have eqti il right in. the w hole territorial tunable meriting, anal nn-ler-tooj in its true sense "If the travellers! bebcirevrd
w ilh the recognized rrentd of IIP her --etrrect principle.As accounts t can -
I democratic party from the duty ol I recognition and protection of the lage ol the utnator, to nullity i I the cdion- (teat the ren )lie." Tiut is tho proposition is not only without rejection
II g thja iaa9, the fair and inevitable infereure rule arbitrarily applied to the right cf rrfpertv bey ere found by I the white man, xvhctthe
must rijrht of the slave owner. The sense in which heUfffclhe ol the 1 12h! serf jIni'-b I e withdrew it. and his ( sentence. \Ve agree in (th.tlThe next a
i)p. that those of us who i 1lt.as amendment* of tins in slave an I to no other description of property ariffcfed them in their i'f
term "e-ti'bli, in connection with slaverv lt ag- {Mr. Davis] offered an amendment in its asserts that nil (the citi/.ensof all thites rareer barbarity,
description raaiife a very murhievou* and lciins yhown which I will! read within the limits of these tt would involve n discrimination itjuut'iS to the 1
is clearly in a ;previous paragiaph ol I the : to remove and t trau. |H.rtfd ihem to the plantations in Amerie ,
temper; and indicate an unwillinciioxs lo meet the -lave interest an,! el< grading to the S mth ; but as a
address. That nothing contained in this winch t hey ,
same Inquiring il Cr opposition unon fair f round settlement. The icucvved lush klaveiy in the leiratoi es," lie ask : Can it be so const rwd as to authorize the prohibition i is recogNi/ed by the constitution ot I the principle growing out of the nature of our gosern-
appeal to the non-intervention doctrine hv rdshows slave tnt.it-ns a const ruction ot the cor.. ilulton, fouiit'eii' >! \s, but it is not, as is rvery day asseitt-d,
enact a law providing that eveiy' negro or mulatto mestic slavery in said Ttintory, whilst it .. as he after\v\ prop
these two 1rund ol the bill who have atta'krd this lound in the Ternloiics ol tic Ur it.d States shall t the I the condition ol a T'-nitory I t of the United u all titus wea. reee. Il t -tsseitklhat :he upon the republican idea ol limited powers ai.d strict lhat they were taken firm Freed in in Africu

ntnendmenl I-,.di%'. and the warmth and indf liable be a slave, and be liable to be i.eized and treated as The object of ibis admendtnent was t to I l til removing with j( such proper v (to I the i:iiernrrtaiion-is worthy of! aI! acceptance. and uer nut in bonds. On the contrary.

endustiy and nkdlnl efiorl) w'lh which the apnitoi I such by whoever may choose, to do so ?" This would theOie .jiiJinti--Uvery Ian. Thesnbjtan'inl has a rght: to demand recognition an.! OrHnaly and! ah-tractedlv. all polui'-al; nrht: is they were merely transport rd from a brti'alid .
irorn MiSki , establishing" slavery, according to his meaning I IIMI which the w hole excited and d.- of it as snch Still we ttgter in Ihe people
upon I condition of
eif ungiy in Africa to
it hat / slavery: a rnoro
tioti-inten'tMilion. wake advitwhle ,
deride
lo d'
give Slate"
a the the
of phrase an According to its na'nral meaning ot( the session turned was, whether t I this auit protection is to be d.-mnwleil (from the ter- or compact between
more deliberate consideration ti. this new creed than Rut the protection given br a law to f the li htol the law should be alloweni by Congress tn ren.un in legislature"-we say from Congress. The nail of those rights shall: remain under the pto'-c- liberal and( civilized condition in [..trneika.1'he .-

The it has received it lhu< lar. 1 am qui e rterpaaded that slateholdci removing into a teufnry i: nut estab- or not. CV tautly theie is no (hat I IiCI Intl btt i upon which we go More the South, i is I lum of the State government, and what shall I be taken pear and the war club were taken lr,>tn

eiii principle entirely misa jtlied and tni,conctr li-hing" slavery. The very pnvah n't iMsappliCdtion, tin- lost!.inee, and the qUei.fiun{ %he-tin r the : to this one point tt'c both agree that our under Ihe joint protection Of f the United States I their hands, and thfir places s-ippHed wiili
thtwe who have rel-
>> presented them elve of the terms extend ** -uth their -lavo t tub and far as necessary, define the
upon
i slavery establikhingkla anli-slave law should be allowid C'ingrc have a right tn go If also creates, as
tin* 1.or as its fntr fTfflltnfc chatnptmis I fe -i ifof' by s of thetcitiViW of fheseviraltSfa (the implements! i>f husbandry: with which theywere
,,, and the like, grows, as I humbly conceive, main tn lorce. The smendment ohi-red b his aid: to demand$ tie) n cognition ami ativil" righotfheStite5an4t(
: t convinced that the ne sought to be made ol ( heir 'eutcial or united and taught to their bread and frunt _ _
it earn
out (Pt t a confusion of ideas. Slavery i is a cunditionattacl'.nu league was certainly a direct and positive of I their prop* rty in i hem 'Ibis right -s in respect to t ,
liv other tie enators tnwn Kentucky and Misaii1'1ti i | | and ; to the ;>
not legitimate.In gentlemen. who liave concurred with them, t relatiou.. Slave | ropeity i a ruiil in the master ( M-tnu law or rule in Oregon.) No \ ote was t I first body ol emigrant who chance t to 1 1.- can rule of construction is confined slne-liy fo ihednfv nitlie ir ft How men fVe think m?. Hut on
!hi I the personal st nice II f the -Live. || a slave, it luu .,'. set he whole sabjocl v\is the pu'tlic (ttrntnry, while (those with of carrying iett)fl.-ct the purposes and mantl .tes .
the firt l I do upon soon tt'e> think it meiitiotmble! that their
plactu| ntt that the f fAdjrcs SInthprn has either no other contrary
agree I If
owned in Virginia.is carried intoa Ten itory, *ln' e. (It ne-d to ( he elect committee: of which Mr. CLti I act claim; I the mamtainanrc of it at the LiiuIla of the const'itutio'i. t no power
contcR ;i.ited! justiTn-i anv' mrh cIItStiuc.I originate oi esl-thlisfT any politic trat.j>orfaiion! to the plantations: in America
ry is not ertmJetf any more than the reinnval of was cli a i runan. Rut I there can be no mistake how I as a duiv. Which of us is right du'v. I It t cannot
of the
but that nmi-intervenuon the pri twi pie as in aIt g( d. a klave Iroin one county to :another in the smc senator' stood t upon theiju.'stion ; and u ilis '.vit t the citizen a right tn ik m-ind this protec ilr-g'it.! The ceinslilntton recin rii/. el und. tstablished has been the greatest: l hult'stung! fh.if; i-\vr reach

the on Il contrary, itt rUuns meaning is aitogethe-r State, would extend" it. Thi ic are no more pi r- al of his amendment, I to be substituted by t that ol ( hi* slave property in the TtrritorieHe? ,ill the rights awl the only rights nude- the ed th African tace. Here they are taught -
reverse. distinctly for the South the to than before. It the i ri ht under the con-titulion fede-al Union which were truant to be gtnrantied .
sons subject slavery exi-'ing a =
right to settle with their slave CLII Len.r'u', cvidi'iici-s disapproval of it. securtiy to be useful are well fed and taken care nt.-
property; in the Terlitorie properly oftheowncrs in their slaves is )>>atfct i, and, m tar train precluding, necesnanly' which (Ihe constitution createst.rgtnraplies" And ( are now returning I ihe land of their
twflu'lft a (lei ritory, lavery is riot thereby cktabltthrj." direct proof nt his approval of le-gislatne! -- rights plicrd ? The United Slates "u1iorn.lt" any right many
the idea of prntertion. I will quote the v\hoe| ; l' for t llmvmhl belo atlribr.te I to i it a fathers with their mind stored wish the arts
They nete sa\ei befne being cairied there, and the for the protection ot slave prope-rly in (the ctrtainlv. I II!i'vv does I the g-vernment t ; *
relies.paragraph upon which the senator trom Mi iwippi j' condition scas efctabluhed" in advance ot niigia- rit s. t Ion t the in-trun-entaliln's of protection ?- power above the coriMtlnl'mn. As (the legi-Ltive an.I i scirnee u.fa civilzed! world, which in ihe
lie ham read it to the senate I lire" or four ticn. I If I a slave from Mary land into Pennsylvania ion. Congress, t therefore, has I the ditty or in.stnim.eit cf the fu'dint in-ttiite! it mi'-?
times in escapes Mr. FOOTH. AVil! (Ibc lionoraMe senator allo> agency providence! of a Divine Heinj;, bids fair to rihrein ?-
rool that Southern Addiet-s
i disclaimed of the
t ,
of constitutional? I into effect all I the agreements ;parties
constitution the our :
presn vest he right ot the for a moment ? I .im willing that tie should read ; | irug f.ir protection earty
Ihedc-mndiwe now tflaL'. last him lo follow the if hat Ihe Senator tui and enforce all the right of the States and! fe eneraii; (the dark benighted negroes -
owner, and Congress fiords express legislative pro- it the senator will give way, I will save him a Why t hun i is I I iou away and protect
argument think (lithe paragraph to iu rendition, and I lection lo that right. Is slavery I thu-i "established" deal of trouble by a conlession. I e-oiiit-ssod .- ,and throws us upon the territorial gov rr individuals created, recognized or guarantied h by ol our hopeless Africa.; .

spirit :it will be plan; that lie has miKConccived itu by, Coi 5re s i in Pennsylvania i ? Now, I if I the constitution i morning; before, that my original opinion for (lie protective legislation" which he the constitution. It rannrt "ilablisb"i-r abolish" !

preserves the right of the owcr of slave* lo his this subject was iicb as to lead tao ( indispemublp M the security of slave prop the political right to settle in the Tern'orieswilh ;1 Rcmtirltttbh Iirr.-.t river called tiitfWaciva '

We do not deem it r.occssiry, looVInp; to the obJeet pioprrty in 'tern wl t ile in the Teriitoiies, does the doubt upon (the Mihjectuntil I had a fair e> which he declares it is the right of vur slave property any more than it can "t-slab- ha been discovered! in Florulo1. It
: ofthis adJrens,to examine the qaeMionsn buy Icirislative: protection of thai right tiy Congre cslabli of examinin.i i I he 1 In mi nous, I irte-sistible argume-nt to d< mand ami enjoy ? 1;qhu' or "abolWi" t the ri .. lit to settle ?tl Ide with any ; ;
iscuispd at the last -t-esuion, whether Conjtte'ss Im h"slavery any more than in the other case ?- dressed to I the Senate and the country l b> territorial government, he says in a sMW- other iroperlv-one as ir.tich i-s Ihe other and not takes ils rie fiom .springs of immfii tolfime.

'he right to exclude the citizens Ihc Soutli from I The idea, then. ot protection" was not incon-'stent e-d gc-t.t :eineo to whom I have made allusion. miNt be "fslablis'ied', under t the one more than the other. The con-lit tit ion is the runs in a slrt-atn as large -is the Totoniac( : or ..

itnmigtating unit their property into Tc-riimries with Mr. Calhoun' meauing. when, in the Southern the sessie nf Congress closed), I had a lair ( authority of> the federal constitution ".- I source and aibite-r e-f all mir ci nfetlcrate ritJs.I } .- Jme River, for I i (miles, and then disappears
belonging to coiifedmted State the Unioa. AJdics* he denied is of Congress, under the constitu cannot intervene" t ci ptitiisi': anyIuu'V
*ol What the power in Crncrcs* to nity of examining t the arguments from I a creature I Congress .
Mibternneoit channel and is .
HC vrf-vwe in this contierti i, ,,.t, make afer renuikson abolish slavery on the one hand, or establish" or eneif! the honorable senator from Georgia, [ powers.thcn are, by his nrliniion, net right because I this noulJ 1 t-e tr disturb and itt a no

wh.tthe North allege,, c.Tone-ously, lo be vf end" it on t lie (11 her. We have seen, in i the llerrien,] and I lie honorable senator from Mar', but delegated, and it can only receive by alter the new relation e.f the rights of ihe revectivopaitit more seen.-IHchonls (7ut/'r.

tbejsjucbftneen So far from sand Unm.nmintaiaina. extract last read, that tt flue Maine lime, and in the [Mr. IJevenJy Johnson] and tber penllemcn, a 'II n such powers ascoiigiess itself pos. cses.I 1 t i '** atljo-tetl and ie-gulat. ; el by I thec'nlitntion.ti U'.h-c.xv Lord, what a world this is fat ;
11k 1 Joctrinr which the same sentence in which he denied i U Congress such I then maile! up my mind iiiot roncliisively u ( I) t I he power and t the duty f lo protectLive | Ibis sense u lion-intf Mention. rw a gf-neral I.
iluine sunp1e we hic43 Ihial the exit he ? irt a territorial ",,vcrui- i.tiripleot t 'd.ratlrnMalit'llis t rich eulteal liiigI".i .
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cf President of ths United States t( United Mexican State Ciiizen But cr they icqu.tetho'sci-l Mll bo utdei Ci'iretH th obligatun cf the- I i: ::1jc fori! ian fc 3ouvuai. i its traitors, every ct.. :'rv its }'.es v.'Liti; ti> Kr.: YsJ e's Cpescl, j other words, any effiitsof TemioeTe

on tho Texas Boundary Question.7V limi! \tiIlsiiSaiiitiiO l'ic"dtht .1! V/f !: m.i rooti for anv et '::d J comin "*
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? ( .J if .r'' tifU t tomakc! their election within one ear roin the ------ -- -- -- --.--.- ----. w .- own *- : I a.j-hcrity over a hujje& portion of Ler 5)

.' dftleof l liui l! exoi an2e ot i iijcaltons oi thi. tic-ttyj R. 13. HILTON & C. U. DYKE peihaj1* oaiivor! x.hen! he calls! on; i! e :uli-; -*!! SoiiSe : UIK' Yu ed's speech, puli! ,aeJ 't: etl-ed terrtnry. wi.'I: h* .d
t ihesaid Ttri.l > pat :>*
and I Jtioeii. shall rennin in I r> alt > I -a Ly
1! : nc, fl I fexa*. Ja. I cr th" expiration <$i thjt j.*ar, I .il*
1041 1 I-4iC ..b .v t te i'!. c "ot !V r |. tdettii ,- .'Uiod then inieuti--i t retain il.erliairfClrrol Mr.x- So.ithern; Sratc. \'V.ope they mil sbo>\ riif tncon 5st-nres .f the d ma oiltie from I hii we

Pre s4e' 't !I'd i S S. 4 i ... f 5 <* < s i* in on$ eUctrd to beCttilit -

ten wcrcd In-n, w ; S Cl'llttt.ii.' i > U *' d .x t' S.In Saturday, August 17, 1800. l ihemseive* at '.ice, and leave no doubt tip-in Mis-i-sippi, Forte, are pointed out with jj vtf --- .

; and I *1. ) tMn "m. f |>\ of tnc au n rv .4 t..i t-sii: 'IVi'iti'! !.'* |u 1'i < I it t'i < f crt kind t lt the public! mind as lo their ,ntion. The cleverness and force. Mr. Y*$ retnaiK* on I rt Th.U '

faith I bn*felt it to tkunt. dutj ti> c$tuc to tenure nowivl itg;.i ji It !.\*\.ICJIS-T>' I ie 1.i'>,ih.iibe ; .l ha1 I DEMOCRATIC) 'ftc New (Mean! rmgme. ,
( NOMINt'flo: ,the) doefrirje of non-iutervention will I a P'?- v
13 t CGIUrnCI1it'U. nit i >!.r>U re.ccti\ Tr>e 'i e-it < 'el St -outli will thiM know what she has to exneci com.I evMW

Coti'rm will percejvetliat the fltrtenwu( o'T*** >.> iu n* ot t iIyt', .vd' ; itt Mcnic.iiist.o nrnacqt'i IsrC.1ti* ? t from her citizen-: *-.--the IVesidentviI!! know I t tua-id attention. U'e notice tfc-it: Mr. V. a. generally a fcrrrster kaj, i, ,
oScuSly *t t<*, thl Usu!honi* oi Leg.itr.> oilluj > Liid pnntrity :>\ unIri.ct. hll'i{ >ji'\ with rou coxciir.ss : I ward* the North thiu n breaming ; .
Slat, he despatched a .ecisJ Comtmg-ion.T, whom he relv tr hi !5dier 5- ; gain addressed tit! Senate on the 6ih and 7lh ;u ,t ,
j r rwiC I to it, ziuraniK t equally Rtnt'l-- il the aue upon amniung u> may s.> I err prest. .vt\t that 4*

vrilh lull power and instruction* t n extend !h- CM iljtirielictiitn L ft.tAngfd to citizen* ol the 1'iuted St.ttes.** MA.T. ,TOIL\r ThARD.z <. I .\tlZ'isf: in Mippor') lit a proposition su&Innittei i .. :
ol t the Sale over unnr>utiiz>xl conii The ninth il tide ol ibetieatv t i i- in these *iVrJ< : all ih atiaaiun.; Contitp

of Kt PJMO, Worth, Piesidio, aid: Saut* J*V, iiaatidQa 4. The Mexican* who, in the T. inturiw afoietiaid.'uH fin' let no! hc .Vow/A/ we pray, be ih c c ired / by him to establish a Territorial Government I II threats; of c"hlision ti' which the Texd'rTV 1

III notth'eti'fl limit .', imt nier e the character ot Cti7.tn": of IheMevirai : \\\' are authorized t to< announce DAVID SU'Al.KHR Mr.1 Filhnore doe-* not? expoci or desire that the in i California, with a proiNion fur her divi-iou I 11., Ihe line .4 She Eau Crairv.'e' ba Altt
to ctvttM Commissioner hi rr- ) *
tlef floeJ.t2J4 ( coti'< tdo him in anoiicii! tnrm, tut( llir inih'jry
NUpIWtd in the ten'ice rced. He will be sa'i.: >fi"d, the! Free Soil ihioii t ,h the second. Hu was n Jely intt'r- j IIUH (never been a>
fdltj4HU'tI r at SiitU 1-V. interposed adverwl* with tv! ] :*l tin* IMHIMM* time (to he judjod ol h> I Ihe CVi- of our Government. Th ? "

jaihai1nt., 141 he !fufliImtt! o! JMK t bjt>ct, in t\\nr I sr .'*s of l *li<* t'uitod State*,) t.i Ihe nj-iMiu-n, : ot l all ::3" The friends Mr. .M. 1). J l\\ I l's' announce him ers eiii>,iallv will be sati-'i'd, if I these threat* t rrtiped iii the course of his rein irks by Foole, th politicians and merrib ne "*

,1 *b i; nl a ..parit' Si ae I lu rights nl 4'd I7.tiii> 4 4 1 the United St t jt tJ, m-coid.iij i ; as candidate for the o'.cc ol Re i-ter ot Public slnl! h.ive; the ei Congress to i'sduceit who tseenii t'' be t she bully of the Senate since discussed of Conrei k

3sI(f t he Kin. ad! within t IKria Ii'lul I ii mitx t tq la the ,I IIICIIIII1i| nt the Constitution: ; and in tlu- j j1.a'flhlfle Lands. July (0. is-V. 'clnpin: 1 I the subject at iarg., aa>i taken s,

4 the State <>f T4 iVva* Tlu,e (o
Te p oposis u !htibi *?> til l thi ir lilioit' and jiin]>eil$.*> and se- Democratic Meeting and Barbecue.CC hundred and I t twenty-five or one hundred! and 1, *'," obs'-rvesa cur r&sondetil of'he' Mercury I t sion* have iotermin '''ed, and t'e pea(> J *
extend Ihe wl lcn
her own jutwdirtum. ovt-i ;< c tieJ in the free e\cicisc t>1 f llu'ii ie1i.i.ifl, without whole '
< ) Ih* territory east <>t the Kio Uiaudvhicli! ha*. r t1 !riclioi .** ? Let every Democrat attend the rneT. lifiy f ; I thousandsquaie' miles of her (>!ave) torritory "with it proper sense of whit was: (IT' to hia country w put. mlo o ril .vei tL.r-s) d

lj r tof'irelH enreira i> l ug at the Captlol to-iJay. After the ni:1iila.; to be mannfirtuied: into free Slate*.- own as a gentlemui, as well ;as to I ojara.
of the Department <)! New Me\icn, and actual!* vtij'ulaiiuu*, '!nt t nil Mexicmtjiilitituvl in toirtun. tiotis: of the authorities .,f the United

jwented and p.c..ecieii by ser poopl",until conquer- .-i north 01 vast i ( the lu. ot d> inaik ,Unn ahenlvnioutioiifd. I lions, :t I I''iihurutill: i : i be J-eMfd nj>, of which This. ton. will constitute with them :a su.lieient' the dignity rf tIn bryly of v hich he was a t / denfaar dispees .V Svhlch :; !

td from the fij>ublic of Mexico. by the cnnif within the t ]pr"tel I.ti iii| 1 114. ninliiaiticle all for hereafter member referred the} rquf o//"/ %
are i invited toHessage p:1: r'ae.' excuse oppo. ii the admNsion: t t disordeily conduct of o/ /f ja I hat point i* yet to Uwt.! .
American artn and th.it the trejtbein a part ol the ,uprome r.1
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The Legislature of Texas has ben oiled tostlie t U\v <>! the land, due exttft.J over all >uch of President Fiilaore. of other slave States: lo be firm: d out ol Texas, ; Footc! If) the! [>re idi ofiicer, who after some it. th.it view the expected! "declaration, -1',

bv the Governor. lur tSe inirt| >* Me\icatii>, abi'iies to peift-ot I (in accordance with the articles of shaiIuliig, withdrew I lha o'iensivc ir.iporlance.
Oiintattiinziit'r chiui to the terit n> eaM ot the free ol thfii veIl 'J'he purportof ihe President] ;So rv-sKt bylhe annexation expression.
f iitiertyatid Mo >
enjovtiicnl | ; ortv. as ;
Ri i Grande and ol ewlaSIUiini >ver it her OAH jurtciiiction n* iu tl tie (tee ex'crcHCol tin ir religion ; and this > !- I army of I lie United States: the extension of I :) for they will sty, on spsch application .Mr. Y. then resumed his remarks," con- [ 1'ieayune ere tJj's has !tearr, d t ml.! tl

and her own la-s. bv ft.rce 4 niue L'A of the laud Li'inj' thus in actual force: oxertin I being mule: what right do Tex-.n- t jaus the Same correspondent and showed I "Jhat point" hat (see;: iwe.._mvle! |,
by : ( r ir!
the ;
t of yoi ,
Texas the limits
Tilt** |prMeiitIZ ot 1t..II* tii4V wi1! arrest t'inUentinn I U'iriton i tohi t > :n ntitaincd util: it-lull) In- jurisdiction ; over which i I nilraore! an.i made '

of all MUCI.' ol the <*'>veintnent ol irt 1441,1.C0J! 01' 5er-49itMI. by other leial pi-ovisi'in* ; our roveriin.eU has again and again acknowledged after !having soil J, for a valuable! consideration! tli.it the! controversy between the slave! Stitesani with an uneqJiVlJr[|

Vijic.d Sta1's1 .ILi < tcjseICCtstll llu-y otnnlil >the and il it tse iJ conihitintior.ti t the very tenitorv o-jt of which! those! Stiles f.-ce: Slates, upon[ the rj-ie-tion ot"political j threat to maintain it a! ihe point of tie Lav0
Co14ft.: $ 4 >et ii! esn) i. it is, 1 (er, tar (rum b<*- loo i ovvt'riul I lo he suppressed: t U> t thecnil aulhoiity) 1 I lo be heis, is plainly I I deckued i inliis net.]

injitanrubaiijethat, in c( n*? ]upuce of those pr.icfedis lie: c\se iioue wlnoh comes \\itliin the proiisinnofthe h inmate nliich we to-day ubiMi. The were lo be formed, now como forward an j! I power, had existed previous to lIe frurt'iOn

; of Texa, a crisi< taay tie far 'uiitn which dull phu the Pnsident [ of the Constitution The United Stares ?invp not
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lawandhi'h igs lot'nfmeej > claim :the fjlfihivnt! \>f lhi : Vi'hat ,, and cuutuiued& ; up to thsorcsent ni,rnlr K,
KtQinaa the two bu4tf of Cnt zre9-aid oiiil; moremj t j l aese provisions' f.'either: ; the Cnnglilutuin, nor the l reidt i.t Iris tl.e; cool audacity to say, Ml coinpict. nnRmr.mitted against Texas, but ,,r n

>iiit<(u1lv the Kkt'CJUveG'Hcrmifm-4o an nnHr id(aw*, ti4V iny duty, nr>r inath ot nIce! Je-ivf meu Texan) miliiia, ther.'Ibie, march into any oticof Souihern; ,min, under these I circtim-tai-ces, will! lime. lie referred to Jay's treaty, to recent date all she acN of all!! the '> ffa

tieliateieaditii't'* i ti'e ez1rtxzce fl tIuii itt.jec. 4lt.'i native, or any choice in my ti: do of .ictii.n. cede the exclusive nivijjatin i '
> I inte to buy from) Texas her territory, knowing right ; the Misisippi ti'i! tuncti.maries. of the
til! other Slates into
lie dutiee.I. The r.M'cutitertovermwMit: of the United Slatisha ? nr any Territory( o It! goverr.m-nt h4y6 ,- .
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the Cnti1ti4ini o the United State*, tJipideitt Pr. no j 1i.ivr or auti! nlj io lieU'imiiie uhitwa t ihe United Slates, there to execute or enforce \ I the file to which, when purchased, it will! inevltably to Spnin for a period of thirty years, vored or recognized the eqtiitv other title: "

t* Mwtiwte-l com'iiniidfr-in-chiol jf the Ji the Irue.luu-of I i b-jun-iirj ht-Uvcen i M], sicoand t the l be Cal1iSflCI which! was intended lu ciipple! and arrest the wasad.niuej u-h.ie. he was an ,
tfuuiPnden
and the oiiiitia ol th! ut-vrral Stale*, :) la\v of Tuxa: they become at that :
wary, and o l t t United Slaj** befoie the tre.ity of Guadalojie Hidalun any ino. republic, in the of limits !
brn called tV arijial wivice tf the United prosperity of the Seu'hern and Southwestern trca'y mat-! wi15,; t
in'o j : nor has i it a.iy such turner n nv, j-in-e the ijtse* went I m( tIaaS.trs. (Thus most iii uhin lv I ISaLes. i in 1S3 in xvUicb
i3ae. The C
hail take care tht the law* he t'jithinlij; t\('-- 1ed, s .itid the U.iitod States. So fir as this nndai\ i lie.'ging lie- question at iss-u*) As il Texas! The i ( tracing the boundary line between her ani
i.J tint he fthail. trom tune la tune, i.rvc to the U'hijf meeting of Leon Co'inty resohril'' memberami opposi-d by the Southern who the i Uiiited Stages
doubtful, that! doubt C.MI ov: btretn '%.*J !liv son-e: bad evtr dieiimedofinaiehii! her militia iti such ;a rim nnr
;; as to
Conreti. talona eiery (h
hs bv *the ( .EIs1j1I1jt to here without her 1inis-uinills;
m\ii
CunZrtss* n-4Xt'V. ti pr j hi .
1 h. : >onie.iin4' i it ii.eesay.vt I guaranty that he inot uiih the foes of the i nor.pretended t,, ua.]., ,I. ,he
i2e1.i calling l.irtli t'ie miliiia !to cxicutelhe Ian* I Iot '.t lestal adju.licati >a ; hut in lh** meantime it distnrJunce a Ceiled lo be her by the United expedient within their power. andsiice. .<- ri > Unietj: j Sj

IheIJtiion: andfljilahh* and anjirujtriiite arts ut t *. ill ciilli'J'iii* ait>* <''t' should t 1e tilealetied. itI ot.iies ; South." fully .slaved: off the question for three as parts of New Mexico. It Wa reco ,n-z i

Crngreltt Iun bcon v.isscd. a* \\ >-il 1 tr |>nnidin r foi I, ahii'lately incut.'> *nt <>n the l-'kf-ru'he have!
.aaini f rt'i thi> nuliTia, n ior iac! > ithcr outtahlteflicient mentioned' the fict tlwt Mr l Fillm !- when the adoption of the Constitution | pr ,
ii2 iutt
| howeier t- take that changed
ni Mit, paiulul < care I I lu-! claimed: territory to the banks of the 1'io <\expressly\ for the cre.ifion of
'tl tnin* in t'ie' li*' l* ul'ihe Presidt-nt, lit ]A he tuithfuliv maintained ; a'idhec'iti nsaul <)'ii. i <>re in nidkiu up his Cabinet, had come into I ha relative titngth of panies and defeated 5't.iies in the < a S14e: w
**nal le him tiu Ututtutai iu irtionof litic actual *!.*.< of tfiin'4 as it ex'iv'id at tlse djteiflhe Crunde( ; along? itx :rh hit nfitee. 4 a *!lave Stile to find-i supporter ofiheVilmot the obnoxious lie referred It xvis recognized! during the rfi
j ( ticatv.aud ish-iu-id to pKitT-t :all iiihdbil! intWiM ? < her annexation proposition. to: r> niency .

3 i e1r.in& 41In the act 'tf tii' twen'.eusfl'< ,' were then t-t!;.tbl< hcd. aiulhonnw$ rcn'iian to : admitted lint: if flu* i'ruviio as his Secretary ofVar.. But as Mr. the Missouri Compromise forced delxites iu T.xs about accettm t ci> the ,
was tirra
of Kehrnan', sivr.c'i h'twdn-d 1 ni -y! tirt% de. 'th a'.id ea1 1 4Ial'r1t1I4t whfiw r tw lj*' '4! t'.a' C liti-d >'at 1 1.4t4U .-s; ': 4iiniii'nt| wt tin ii 1 li'.M'rU i and' propi! aceordini I ; toIhe Union with the gentleman! men!ion ed, declines lhiiMointiu'nt > upon the South by the almost! imanim'Krs vote o! the \Vir

be i1'j'wPii. or lh."r I evcwi ti o'i' .tmr1TihCiln(.

*uv Slate l j fmi'Mmti'Mi i ton JHUVCIIM! t< fm *up.) -. .ill tiiiurt {tt T14>%% rejrr lfd as New Me\ic i I I5nt t tii! Is not all. I In t the l Usot1iio' !? ii! of anin. : Congress: ; a por'ion ofthe Kio Grande a* the western W.tlpr of
re..eJ < tlie e iur'c oi j1wi41 itir4d. him. !How far lhi! :>e ul Lu hive accepted of- of ihSouthTn. arid showed 'Te\ft. ii
'rdary \ from ihe
tjli
| u \\ hirti! xv.is 1)4ii'-.d and! <>< cupied a New: M.xi"e .* at ion of her -.* xvarecoiruized 1 bv the Arn-'rlcin
x a p-mion territory i diiiiucilvmentioned
ri<<, or the i '*. r *etjd t I '? t l in ritiri-n- ol Mexico jt Ihe dale ol i the treaty, ti':! ila 1 f tk-e coiifctittre a ji'-.trasitv; (hat he i as not uith j jtle if -s, tlinl itva* ri.rm'i1erid by l .uliji" meia- (C'onitii.oi.in.-rlo( Te ideal tu*> f jll (< r4 of( bjurdiry tul! bo esta'di-Jifd' h\ as lying Xorth fGJ;] at)'. The ; S th> i,:,
iri ud ; t fin's; ofthe o-ith, reiereitc to Mr.l C., her both H 5.r| llces h? :; ive of the unfWy i.din-,
sides of
tis e1U41i'ILi', Lu I c 'iujHt *iii aah; < ittTbi a kcrlionof dulv lii i j'n>- ruin tn the ( -iriu! ,:,, lo divide! the

the bs ti V d'l ru'tJ. i tert iWpeopli* t>1 N.5\S Mexico fion lhrvjt< ntdio- teroj.d UeMiluiion, jnjvdm: {nrlhealiiissioi! I J Jof Secretary of t ihe) Treasury: tiny show. free an terr the !Hn. of I 'f his ( iuvermoeuj tf the ri;.!;4t, (It Texw aid

tit lm act uf J| rei! i, ivtt, it lint! inln l. fv, # lOll 4 'i.ilrP, to be carried into Texai !< : four new St-ite*, in addition lo the .Stitcl"JVas" ; I Ii save topy by 33 30 toi its d'ltv t., tniintai'i them for her. .tt w n. .
all ra# rtl iWlr i 1lI i.sth. 4( I'uitin' ; Tc-x-i '. .. this t "entlman's: hi-torv is fo- well! kit.nvn. i tip Paeific ocean. Mr. Y. here yielded -- > n. ii
tl i ul I-T 5ii'gt'.i otu-.ic.'a asain t : i\ .dr n< I Iat bf fo.tned lu a i i oguiz-ni in the act of Congres in
14,4 tte oraa; i idivt )ut 4 :* T..iit4i w1t'i all inend: a'i\ chin ..l' p wet tin iii,* Ti.1t (It| t IL.! I. < to ; out of hei teniimy, ;and i ihe public opinion concerning !him ton I. ro''!l. ; nhicli declaration! of nitkin-: a
iijtoarj'iHrnf was rt-j avofe war
ctedby agiiwt Mexico
$ ** lawiu} far tli<* lit'si'J''u! 1< <- -li iii h tntiii.aof IXica'ive' t ti' ta'iii-'i! any <*iul r-r njiUt, C'j after vminjj that those South of 3G :IJO' mi JdIM on the .

t4arlbe purpt 4riIi 1f 41; cecu. i .t liIUeit I within; I liii i 'IVlisl'-ry, That ;owei {b. iinr well! d.'fuic'l to m ike it necessaiy fur us to of 19 :to ;2."}. He then proceeded sometime, 1 sump:ion thfit by eritessrt;. to the east side of
iit1 h' I tu for him 1'etu.h' 1.r i h sl.tve States, ::: -e$ on lo st.ile, tlat, IR stirh the lit, ( aa"de the
t s i ,11'li.i'ivi !!> 1o thfle.fUljtite itirtints! i1, a'd f'.ti- *.:i) thai }he i* one of ihe most chtigerous f i longer, when he again: \irklfd to i .Vex'cin hid inv.iled \.
such ju.t fthe td l <> IISI.* t'1Te the: iii :l'.ie *-It? j'id tf of ths time; and tit.tnner ot I Iratiz Stale or Si:iv'as! shall bs fiinnal out of sai.l foes"I I a requestfrom merican soil. It was rccn-inize.! (
of the South within-; the limits ohIo hy Jen.
United State a t !uU he jud.d ir anthdri7t"Z frU"h j 'ivernine'it4 confeder Mr. Dawson.) who exclaimed against the'
; a'iy terri'ory (of Texas) Xor'h of sail Missouri Kearney when he to-Ai! phsi.esiln nt Sant
Taesei'ever.t1 tof.e.i -.rt'tt% r {ulH<'fr ; i o: I -tJutv nl'tbe Kxi* IitL Ct1.flt5 oiih Tia tieex-! ;

that lithe !hws 4t1 t'ie' rii, >d Stii an. piiiM>rnmhf Lin'? slavery shall he prohibiti i!. ( c iurse pursued by the m-ijoriry agarnst Mr.. 1 Fe, as tertritory which hot fwen con-cidreil

f *j lroc.hi nation* | ta34L in'.ir(>e, a.d ti-e !,'otfCti..n .f .ill the j>.t ple Mr. Corwin hrn-ef: h fully aware of the i Y., anJ al'er highly C'in >!im>ntiu<; his speeehj for soriMf time par >f it e Uni' d Staet.: l:

tna paveriui t' U<; ij pti'od tii the jiii'i4{ ot cnil I f ti'' Ua ted Stale* i-. the ej'j >>cient of the ii.jl.tu'hich Congress huts* in epie'c terms aJmitled; a (act thit t he is so regardin! She Suuth ; and ag-iiu: rnovvd an adjournment. Mr. Dickinson was recognized by the m #*a-; ofthe htu
i
Dthoritieo it tw>ji ma ras in winch it is t!>eouH j -
and laws Texas he
ti-ise treittief gualaiiteP. potlioti of to JVur/'i of the Mi sotiri'liue. PresMeni
Polk
,
i4 the I'ijtfrtttciIitt t ti( call ; It i Ill oxceo.Jin.iU dttiribie that no occ4610n sin uld ; on this very ground r.?!fi .seJ lo ga into (len.Ta | of New Yoik alv> bore testi.nony to the' lit ('ormr "-<*. i Iv) nhich he J3,
Hul Santa F" fio-n which tho Ti-iuns finctly! assert:! t.e! of'L'ea.
the military and ujval Imcw of the United right to the whole
employ
esert-i the lor\ i I
arise I tier the ol powers thus vetted inIhe > Cabinet ; adminii-jr, tIme Kichm high a'liliiy! and research
Sut NrI wtndob-jth, it ID Inj't1jme! t lhe<>Ki2t tc> Pr..ii1iit !h\ I lat C'tittiti'n: and the 1 1.a i. \\iti! arc to be rej) *!ll! il by f-deral bayonet-, evei s-iys I great displayed by territory up to the Ri, G' t.e. \V mi* !!it

ut tne weeasiou shall $<$ -uue, ( r the j urpu j ol t J wluttver MiildrwiM 1Iv*! 1Mer.; ii.igttt be execu1ed : i < itd !Knq'.iirer, that his odious doctiines arc Mr. Y., ::nd t.'ie: vast mas* of valuable ttct'vlzch : enaimn'ra'e sither ot fh Ca.r.c.4.5ui .
lie 8ou'k of Ihnl! iiitP so fl1.)')4rOll) are the '
*U1zbre.i Lh ;
ft.IL. .
: cr h-wovr rli-ar-lhe ca t> of le5ii. \<-t t cni-: strung: eno.i h lo break doxvn any administration. 1 he had: thrown bejore the H.-nafe and I : 3 by v-'iloa5 p-ibttf: tt.Mfrio: a-i-s .jf the I'r.i-
The ct.ititi 'uu nty 1 the V $*.1 ; i4 11 at,! a.ril'. ii'i in tutu 1 1I k ;atly: tan loresef: either the tvils 04 I'.ieend. t V.'e gIve a lelt'-r fn;rn hhn written the country npr>'i '?;i>- ':n'i.\-.t; sa!>j.ct, and i red S'atejf of the riJts! i.'"Texas; iaciufKii;

I'w'i tor it* nerformauce cie-ir and auK
KM if a Sut 'h'triK-'d; to rnttItIt< her own 1 | liattoif ThuS Lid brittle thec-oimi.'tuica- of n--.t to > the
l Congre* hUt' really in Ktvt.r Nortliem( Pice Skiers \ | pp ie titIesbl1' *.l't v esabhtisdictiin. ;
law<, .oftraii hcy: ate not repu natit to th,? CutitII: tii. >1 hi> Svsccllenc* the Ooverttor ol Teami L '. Vtz1zxroN CITY, JAN. 2i>, 1 "00. ahvt: l him to fiuiah his; remtrks, and he secllii .
S .
tih bJ t '*ieue stir' ().ir army in fgbtiiag{ ''he M-xicans besauie j jthiy
; I t oas as I b5l4 11iiu1fl t1t 'reajna, c.i1i.).%f I iou,,. I roc' i"J .iaita.iI I) rnolir.n fr aJjo'irnmen!. FbeuIl)05t10fl S
t : "ii sa"te Iisme' Thu il will !
tO lhwe w' tfl4 ,' C4tiiti't' uw 'm .afljt thc Si.* a haJ cnsied thu II.Q (Iiande, ddu! on j >e sm tfwt or>r ..\-'rarnt;
;!(' lina; C'' n- itill t'-i'ij| iji.r3ti4fls which ,. ., cIIiII. If I much '
less
ma were
It) I tI (UtLi i ,i.iL iv iwr .wj <'->!4-ij- > .it.iti mo'lest than I was again taken on the adjonrmnent: has
j th tti'nr of f tiling, and viij.e lh; expiess t toinid that $that river agim and again: committed itself:
ii1ii iti1 her own 1a.s. l < Miijjr. ; iait i !i .11, 'via; the ietly: am, I bo.j'd!' ilu-h -tIi: tntu! jMf.'itUi-I( I, i li-ipu i i.hall: nit (b.: riju).-.'! overP.stiioa'e i| air! nejptt-ed.? Mr. Uutler th"n rose and r of P1
j
of i
But a ] this ;jxmtT i iw loral, ad c-'n'i icd eu1irs1 1v boundary Texas. All 1 lh.it 'IVxus m\v t Xfitir farti4liI; \ \\\.i\: position $'i.t i't1n4rp.
put uii '
: idtf fsn t'je
a* 4tfjiin4 !iue tl| my
; mvduly, not \ iihrt4Mdi poor made _
*vthi'4t i'lin it 'f Tea lr.ej. an appeal to the the iinproprifty
'I tlut i that ct"i claims of teirilmy Lo-'.. Mmico: i ibiliti-s and fchil ellorts. majority iqwsn -
eanfer nn authority which 4.U be Uwiuity: B am d-.vs.rc ihcsuhj i nnh-- ;; to Ufure jn.wer; Fur tIn j north Carolina.-Aa Esacipie for Ilcrida.Tfae .
t e1ise(1 foe butii IJouiH-', ill e.reQ(1; mv tWp and e rn- the! Texas Revolution i Irtenihhip! ; which ti'iis alrisesvo'ir! better uf their course. lle named them
yoitd her nwii botindarics. i ic'inn is on this tiJe of tin'i jiid. 1 1inlit Di'uwcra's of NoiJi.; 'irolbi have
est iii l litciniiinrtance :
All this i ii piin. and hardly nco1 *rfvtn< nt of tlU.idation. Ci-n of an unir.ediatctlerikitin i ? 1 cannot but feel! gi.iteful.' my proud I that if persisted in, it would bsget a spirit ofre
river. ;
Ii Tan militia, 1h..tet,: ., i.idicii into 'uti.u same JJy \\h.ti right can the II. S. only! regret that I cann1 fulfil lh achieved a cobe! ictry fur ll>emse\es! and!
: ,, Ttiuaud <; I i ttnci th of the!
%eii ilieTerrit I \ .f New expectations > : on ; part niinori'y, that
eayonnof th.- ,/.lit S: .te.., or ininiy rt' riton'nt ? 1i tie'.. Ail co'i-.u -dlHris cf t juitiire. uov r-l.-i'in:! tin* very territory for tresjia4iii: t xvhich sach friend! i in-iil! e.I ;be J-kmrL; in their late electio-r. The Whigs
ihe U.iiu-d Sat( ?i,, jh->r<* t \Zt-rIt'e .r fitijice, any gti ra tpedi.flcy \- wuuld defeat ali attt :npia to p-iss the bill.! He S
|*w 44Ee1 .*, tiLhc'co'neal! that inomt-'t tref ,- a< d ttpitie tun-jtnl ty call f-n t this. ]| upon \vhieii, it belonging! to I'tits, \vu win; ; I havn no mo'R ido-i; of % :R;* r.iln Gen. went iuto the cone as advocates ot the Clay
neem- to: be,i. ttscha>.fti-r and hv { ili ,.I: the* are no laiu.-r under the rutccioa of n\ to war uitii Me.sico ; a liip 'o the moon. Inihe A'ljustnjent. Tb I> the other
sir one 01| the fu-t, c 1 the ijueslior.s Krowins oithe env crat> on
1wlgI authoiity, are tob<- -gord-d uieiett j.ititi- ; out i t first pi il"G.va. having: no supeiior during the ait
as tee, T. is lIe present se> >n
: \Vheii
is this
dei : ac *ad wi'uiti sach Slate Temttnv ob1 1 ays ) Hs. iKU' h'gbpo
c
;
tlu
entlenan!
I hOW teUZrIi:: Ii( ( i 4F nJf ; ) I hope to (find, he x\ ill tint have rile { in the interest of its detuih and fh valuable! inf -
*tract any law ... here and qwstiondecamccItlier
Kovf-roi'ient cai ie *etdMM! for t !
: : "ew Meic
ff ( \ ; secondly. xiere he to as!h hU it ?
arsas or mere power ot uuinH f !< ia ur iif ; oat >rnation mp.irtcd. Mr. Achisoa fuioy.U'l .
S 4I, either of S'attrr T.-rti'oty, until it !.alI be the Governor of Texas, that there hiIcn'.icn !l bended knees determination *
s was I to ; all} violations
<* f fii-1 *tcrian 'd whit *.Yw !jric. M II-ter! i"ff sail I if fh frieiiib of the Lils'
r.
j.;. :iiad \\i..it : : lltt cirii autii irty, the < i Jti o! tUoIIM Iju.1 t.. h-r limiia and h-mn-hn i. Th-se cj-.m.t 1 f.vvdorkiionn are' to claim! it adversely lo Texi? ; that I I will be attacked, by Souih"rn I P)<>mo1praJs of ihe Cua&;irotion: au! all attempts

< l ;ao an?iiij-nrtitia.Ili.u leit ii th inn.Ctt.1jil' ut i*tiiiB bjv and id to exert-/S'-y elh th I S. till iholineof) I I dhuinii h.Mweon$ hei a-d ho consideied the claim wliich Tcxis t ,serted ; ( especially, on his sayo; ed [portion 01) were determined lo f ; oe its ;passage this evening :I wield this guvtzamrut by a rnre ecllo nlj
i- '
F F1ish Ttas *''i ill be a-j-rt.iinH and >alabli, t(he \Viiiuoi Pr.vii.. : it would! tiit in
vettd hcd- ,itn! i urnyrius A j eai. h !d \ly in re a mere confer of
itj l the llio in"
that !
i v to (Irau'Jr
iu tiuioeut and
vd?
and weighty, rf.srH: c nsiir in :. as foun&d. his i iMr. j en !jority, ti. the iitjury and degraduiui! oftb*
miu.i
<- tbiti"t uho'dd l lit,
l>y the Act* atOr flUrC. proof p-niu've:; a'jaintliini physical s'.rengrh, which mn2Lt result disxstro'iIy
if any civil auteanned or isnn4 1, rntt in- ] ineirt, tfisliow 1'hat tiii bfhed! their
j hj Coujririwitht'ue;: a-sent iii the ) to anticipation*!. He then m 'red
t *tt3? Terril n> ot the United tat7, uuderthe prolertiaa I of Txa In the "run.tli'iat foils lo establish her him to be aiiled: through h th-.n thai te Corrjprorni3, known as the Miuc.
!
first
i }*)ljce; Ihfc teetn b suiihoiitv: to tl.e iio nif, : would
of (he liiv* ih.'icu}, with tuient to ci7.n ui.dividuU 1 :? > *ar ; for the posfponernent of the bill until fomori i
to l b farti.-d fULwhtre for tn..l: :or all!ig d i the tno! prompt; mode of pi ccciiK': !! l j which) the Grande \Vhat was the action"cf Mr. I'n!l'' ]ihnifit a man between iny lnad and a bti.'let. which I ri C tnprortise! iva* adopted in a sjtirit ut mutual
end can bo aecoai.IM.cd., jujicial' V'W'-dn I hi the row, was rejected-ayes XNJ, nnps 23. |
o1enc. aid tin' f>ati lit* t. > poMcrlul to b<* r.iiit. j.* in relation] to this! neji tO'aLS : u'! ii:.:o. .je> aoverihe !! conciliation and concession and
<.d j were rciwrttd touch pn rmliiirwtiiJ! IIErIStI milter tt'e quote from: l!* Mr. Sou'.e' then moved ; thoueh
the I.
by loCiii and ciul*1 authentic, uch ft.ir.nrtortt (I republic could! talk \vit Ii i fet of an adjournment, which
iait tOMM/.c is tube I L i tic.4_'w,aisi 3eia,. would Iiai by, in all tin hdii I its older of Mr. Maicy! : OIV poi'ion the South feels! that it detracts: from her Citi-
; prevented t.'ii of"Xar he
u; rc*; >{ t>\ the crelury to : i' on the M-'xican ail! the-e '
j b-fur ) the controieii-y could be end.-d. Sogre.it iv.ir ; >h'ift was rejc'eced-aya's il, noe21.. Mr. Atchi-i
aulliority ci the Uaitt-d fiutes.Tii delay in this .' is a commander: of il.c U. S. <([if l hey at all! sh ill stjoIitna! i rights, yet for iu-ir! love of ihe l"n-
sriive aid itnj>n>iaut question now an' ", I c. to be avoided if po ijl,le.I .- lio'-psat San'a !Tee : : fly ) strike ny bo'om arid I Ino son then movt-d lo po-tpune the ?tail! until! toi i

whether there he in the Territory of New Hex- I I Such d'-iay wiuld be evry way inconvcitieul. and In tat hi.'r. ( tai. 1a) br sod! M'lect'o i iont) : his Convention b willing to abide bj i.',
ihul mn'ji
lea i t mijht lu-1 lie nccaoi'i'i .4( t1t 5i,'> iiccs; and collii'in. repaid to ;pan of uh-it! ; the Mexi-! i |' whom j morrow ; when sonv: of tht* majority, seem;;
existing law of t tin* Udttcd States no such 1
any oI't'oitiQsl| | For tl.ebJiiif I ., cans called Xew Mexico 1 positive objections exiss. a and would cheerfully see ali the ciatractirjj :
IC-.TOII u<>u2d, ith the aitinu..t log eat cf the Kin j
to which the defer- : ; 1 the fixed of ihe min
or obv'ructinu of wt irh writy to interpose
a case railing f .r the the 0 dice lo the wiidci'i IfCu.Il2s, crts: a duuhl oltheexpid.eacy (;I iari! ;. t ll.e}: civil I aulhority uhich Texas hai you Tiuly your j q-iestion* settled on this basis.' "
ifilerjjo.iUuu ol authority ol t llieapooiutmcnt of corntniirii! ,iie..d... T1IO.Jen. CVIN. j the forms of IegJ iati'z! tor their! protection.give .
verted i' tin I' itYiit. s. eMablished I
or t'Mahlih
; c may there i 1' to be re. j In their; addresses before the Ri'li
and ol un exaiiiinulion, .,! :; and an aw id of ( ; Fr.oacov.5Mr. people
The Conititution in in and ihe motion
ut l the United Slates thtl MT| State*, Wii(1'1 shjll he in.idc it; pur>tmnre thcr'dt$., i HHT'HV III| aibiimtioniucU tuight last us Icn as a xvilh by the mililury force in that iL. Cortvin here addiiteJ; that hi* presence :5, tines 23. att.l the Semre then adj. nrne-J.''
[suit ai law. i Manly went so tar aZtin.t Southern interea'Ji
lhan'lo
and all the treaties imdir whio nude, panin-nt, otherwise lend all on proper I I n the Cabinet, wotrd be proof poshiie that

under the authority of the !'nit-d Sldt
the najireto" law i'tf the land. 1 If(, tSuicfwnNev\ general ci.(14 :ite now all known, and Cuii! ie-* in as I'aylor was in favor of I he I'louso. lie The St *atner Cambria arrived at Halifax and! New Mexico

Mexico b:> a Territory of the United Stali-s and it capable ol decidin: fin aIju41v) imd properly nr\v a- I lint I then 1I z. I I'olk had tat, reason to violate [ I heiefijre prudently declined the honor. O! a* States.

1 nv tieaty lijiuai'ii! in iorr th.-rcin, fich treaty it probably would t,after the rtp >it ol ihe'ci t mmiioncm. -- all Ihe !aw.s of lijjht andjuMice to extend the ] ourie there 0:1: the GJi inst., with accounts of cotton sale* In: (Ji v. Manley's defeat, (we quote from
: as I i is
tiUpulatioii i the hUiiretne law of the land, *nd ID toJ % 11 the cibian of title on the put: of Ta< no question, and ran be10'in to the 27th July.! C ;tcn had declined nearly the North Icr.'t'spoeit
raaiiijir appears: io Conjfn-s to be well t undcd aieaof I'ice Soil within the linji of South! sums paper) Carolina! Las at
*' ; <>J upheld accordingly.In inht.h- ,i r ; a a : as t to or. Fillmore position, there
th* le'ter* to the
are given for believing that New Mexico i* now a i ht-i ai: iJ"tiiiil; I> lui the *
Territory ot the Uuittd Stale*, with the wine extent I, cage like tin*, curronndid a* il is. by ma iv co- For a (fimher account of ihe action of our vith reference( to his Cabinet, should! exhibit question ; in that defeat, such submisiinnUts -

aad the) same buund ries which tiLlunzitl to it, while gent coM-sideratnin, all calling! itr arnicahle,& adjustincttl goiorniaont.? unifoimly atd l he of a q-nrter a of a cent.The Mr. Cdxvard Stanley and Mr. Staler

iu the aclu.il( (>ffli'* n)n nt the IfpMic: ot M.-sico, .rid unmetiule selth'Ci'-nl tl e f;(overnm ( f iuierrujiledly: ; ins.: t jam": caution. Fillmore having espre.-s. ilihmcll Puitug'iess Gurernmenl has refused

and bcforo the laic war. In the fjrh jutt ol mat the t I'nited Staler would hi-jnstjfud. jn mOJUIMO.I laittitig ansi iecn ruiin3; the clai-n Texas it'' f) ; in favor of ihe immediate abolition of Iladger, may read their tuut: .

Mar, hrtlh Caliloruia au-1 NewAT: XN-o: were c- iu allowing an idonimlj to Te\ag, in. tinir.i nable the Tcnilory flout wlkh 1a1i. : acceding lu the! demand. tot the American People of Florida : (wdo not sir Democrats
1'iIImore! has
u,lavery in: the District) of Columbia!
quered by the the 1'iiitcJ Slates and e\iavagan', tairliberal, and auaided in ) an 1 ofiboli (
arnif ol and were in Joverrmiont;!, and the U. S. Charge Mr.j
delcimined for others! thin democratare interested
Ski tnilitaty poskfi>iun cf the bt teii at the dit.: otiLe a juf sj.ii it of fointrud.iti icifl.I to pxcuflo! her, \vc refer lo an ar- ,hing (the slate Irado !between the States, -

treaty o1 |>eace. 1 think no event would be hailed \\ilh more 'ratification tine Uhon fjom the I'icayime. it woul'J! ha\e breti j Clay, had dcmr.ided hio passports.LATKU. in the is-sue.) Nwnti Caro.ina ha< set oa ats

)!jrt:ut treaty! the title 1y eon-j-iekt was cnnfii me !. i b*. I the $pe!iol lite I Hnited Slit,-iJ tl.ji t ttirKinici Ii is a iidictiliuis! Hjueami !hnessn ) Will soj
well hose
fcaiij example interests are
ao<3 tLe tcrntorie provinri ordt-paitincnls. separated lilt adjustin nt iuei liiinsof(1ii'iriiltvshn;! h by a cotemporary : any :aboliliimla', how ever deeply! d\ed, lo'efiise you, t
Since
from Mexico fareier ; ad b\ the s.ime ittatv luve now !fur a l-fia time afil.itt-.l the cndiilrv. and I5u; 'IVxais writing the above, the vital: be fouit:I li I ir.h in the great: mwments -
certain imjtoitant ti ;ht* and securities wrro solemn occupied, to tie etun.n ol tilaer not a I're S-.il Slate. All! r to 50 into his Cubinrt for fear of Steamer Pacific arrived New j
atabjec( I lic tifl.e I Ihe woild Knows that at York! on the in behalf the South! U'i'l! you I'/
Jy C'JirauIicd tolie* I inha'jitantu residing lhcr< in. atulatlCiltilill (it ('oligress. t this is the itim and vib-! I i ringing reproach upon the: evident. (Jorvin

JJjT the tflh article oJ the ttiit lj it it deClared. t1al 1 la vi tig I hu; < fn elv rotiimuniVrttcd I lie i esulltf of stance u/ this nutter. :Mr.! PiUmorfV! threats Dad TJtb, with four days later intelligence.: Cotton 3ii>Uin in- the party, the head which i ij iiC")

The Iiaundiry line between the two l'jui1ics! own rellrc-lion, oti thetnosl Advisable ntmleol! ncljntum rnj- i.l: aimed violence again! Texas an? only re.pfljlioiis no reason to hesitate; on this account. had advanced an | to & |: of a penny since j llrown, and the Or Hii of which is the IiriJ'

f ball""coin rnenrc in tlipCult ft 1 Mexico,tiu 'e leagiws (fie boundary (,nr8inn! 1 shahl! ||, -vtitiicl -- of! .I r. Cl-iy': tlm-ats ainst ( t iVe aie not avvaie that he has ene so far( asa the: Cambria sailed.
from land the mouth n eiIr.zi Sentinel show} that Florida has sympatb
oppoMte iA ihu liio ( rdiidi < hwi fully aciui.-c,, in | no
another mode which lie! ia. They: have ail I lie fc: end and breathe I II advocate tho abolition! of slavery in lhSlates. !
olherwite called the Rio Ci4V d..1! ue War
i N'tte.urop1ius4te| ; t iiidit i of Corijtifss% may devise.Aii.l J-ad lam oken our between Tennirk with patriotism which! is moving tlab
the mouth ofil h<>ule And: ihut i is the only point which
- lUMe than one branch omptting direct I k i n.to the (01111115iOl! 1 lepeat -onviifion, that love which the NOEl ha for upon and the D.itchies. On the 2.'h July the two Georgia, Mississippi! and South Carolina
? the
South aad F ilin!
eeij> rniifider-iiion; of I ihe piihltc ir.1ere, inunilc re seems to difter with the most violent
*ea ; frmnllienceti]* tTitj.Jli-ul' that rat-r, A>lluw> (the neessil af a provtMon h> Congrcjis lor the their i i dfleimitialion lo enforce the earnejtniiof armies mot at Adsteds ; the Dane" numbering in almost solid phalanx! ; to the defr C1* c'
in *bCdip1)fst! channel where it has tnore lhan settlernetit I.iiiatics". The
; ) one, authority U l.icli thus
In the point uhrre it strikes the Southern huuvdaiy ol i thiii boundary ijt lh'.t ion In fre 1 tie |-resent I heir allocliyiis! by an iron rmluace atul I31't upon we -10,000 men, and the Iluktelnes! 30,000. our common rights.! \Vill you not l I'y} aa emphatic
8''is 4)f f few! JI-xico! ; thence UV.twardly alonz the \\1.oli o'Jicr qaa.sl tions, <- niwctitl with I Ih as often as it is called in again The battle! lasted eleven hours when the lebuke! of (!ov. llrown's Anii-ti? >ulliem
5vi Jsorlh of (the town catlJ I'asi,) to il.. Western ttrliunatita the satiic p< (toil, is rcal!Is lohr! d<%ircd ; but -. Danes came rffictoiiou*. The killed, course upon the Xdshviile C.xiveiitimi, si/

; theuc! N'orlhward .itun,; the V,Y .fem line t the lii hctt ajii..l% tti'rrne 01r1I1 impu ol t ( his ia'sT.appears I In I iLeluiu to l i tue, t Iu it U1:1 f ich i;: 1 tl.i In I lejrard i to $the tlreals cf the! Pit sidest, i-h.;: ;; ;: -- woundeJ ai>J missing ton ) flhted to about seven in xvordi (.t no doubtful! meaning that you araicitlt
:inidju
of New : uu'ii it I ialcrsi-cts tin-
M-vicrt ; I 1141 f hranclijfli feho.dd! he
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< lincntTre IM> well liiiae; t hat I Ihcic will follow allempt to enforce I them, it t i is ipiite ThIIoj of thousand. the South bin),
: xviil
e tivrr Gill (or if it hould not intcrxect ally I'epres-ntatives was eng.i edn I ; or you by sustaining
a return o' hannmu and] !
'jrancli of thai river, then to the point on tiu said atlachi.ent g.II1 will, an incieafoj evident what the course of Texas xvill be, and i In I the O.h latest date seek the *
to t the Union. and i the general sat ifiiei( ins our in the consideration' The Rapacity the Free Soilers. praises of Northern Vhigs..Yettui
line nesrtkt to uch branch, and thence in a diicct 'f the what the course of im! other Southern I
line biLe viInP ; hence' Jjwn the LiJd1e oflhe sad country. States o f President! Fillmore's Texas: Me.svige.'c It was not enough f*r Not ilierti moderation to praises of Ohio Whigs of ale Corxvin and

branch and oft f he *M river, until il empties into I heJio MILI..HD I : 1. !LI1OlE. will be. Mr. Ste|>!Iicn$, of Georgia, was I tba
right from the that
told
c aru I'altimorc been
{ Colorado \Vasliinjlon, Aii': i4 6, 1 SMJ. American: tint lay claim: to all the territory acquired from Ewing stamp; ? You have
; thence acro>* the Uio Colorado, fol- in t.ing, (when the course which Mr. Fill-
n'n; Ihedit'isinii line between Upper and Lovui :Mr.i Stephens of Geor u, who was enti. Mexico, and) to determine to excluder the South course r.f your Governor called forth great applause

California to the 1'. cilic Ocean." *' Is TIllS A (iAU'lll.V THAT I sri: Iiruiti! more proposes lo adopt was first suggested,) l ed the IIlJ k
: to II' Oii!
; >or, proceeded! ; to examine the docinea therefrom. That was not Miflieei.t (tell it not in Gath! !) in >
Tlie eighth aitirle the treaty iv in. the following .Mi: i i: !P' \VJiy, tny cliiJd what! 1 is the mat.Itr : "That the firbt federal gnn that utah be fired I tl lagiitIst of I the Piesid.*nl's to satisfythe unbounded |
recent with
terms : ?1'" cxclaimcil message in i; ie- stomachs of our Northern brethren. letter was there circulated J
lolirr
u little
lady Iioy, \vmlUbhed the Texas ard lo I ihe
S. Mevicann -wthishcd! peop'e without authority bouud.iry of 'I'e xas. I He I main l frow thi> |
now in Do seek j-
-riitorjfH Ire i. I into t la! ; IKJJIcut; of iii Cut li sII1)t 111 iixd that Confident of obtaining this, they further. encomium' you praise
u
) I : such doctrines go
mi ly belonziiiR to :Mexico, iiti.l which rental fi.r the of law, x\ill be the fcignal for. the fieemen fmm were d-ngeruus toi anJ b *
time after ilaik.Vliavi without a shadow! of same quarter ? !; s>o, sustain: him 5)
fulu-e within the limits of the United <} lights of tha States right, they
Stales, as dc. the Delaware lo the Rio Grande 11Ii and to I the personal trump up some
fi.dbythe: present treaty, shall be f'eetu, continue \ !lull's: that mntlicr ?" Faiil tlie Jiiil; to rally! to il beiiy of I Iii people of the country. That t the pretensions in behalf of the United States: frien.la by your vote: in October. But if )olixvould

whfte they now ret.i.lcor to rt-movc at an} time In fi'llow; l lo siiitiliin the rescue. Tim CAVSK or TEXAS i.v I'resident had the free
pntiiiin white( %VitgiIIg) SLTH assumed powers wider the against Texas and thus! prefer to all the thanks of
the Mexican Hepublic, utaininzthe l'icjtit' con. seek to wrest from I
wk11 h huckauJ l Jut i t ill i in I llic inid-uir. A COM-UCT, WILL R1 THi: 1'AtJsn OF THE t itution which that in II into wftr.iuk
EX- trum welcome
they pnsi.ec Ill the said Tcintoiici-, or dtliereof ht"I .,: and removing the proceed wlscneijileaic Jp' "Tlial I," replied the! inoiher, I Iial: ? \viy! TIKE SOUTH." Nine tenths of the Southern pan) him, when he undcitaket i to iuteifere ofthe noble band of Southern patr''w

without I heir being fcubj. cJi-d.on! I this account, I Itr fhal'n) fat ii't'o 1 t-Jiiil t upon the c-lcllios line" people will respond Amen. The of w ilh t the military I !power of the Government to purpose) of consigning it to the rapacious maw now eonendng! : for the dearest rghts 0fcee.
cause
any coritribulion. ttI or clur<;e whatever. d le Mermine of Free Soil. This thtmundr
claim Fiilrnoic with
4' Those \\h ah/1 .icfcrto rrmain in the ijJ *-h) J tltntiglil il trui n tialji/titi"' gasped Texas i* the cause of the entire South. Some a dispute' wlrch) lid not involve anjstiuo'.ion Mr. intends I men, then take a stand sidi by l sub
( !
Ttrrmtori' ms.v? nf. .i CdIU the tit1 1ih; ; c ( I llsc Julie l K'llow, uiych! idie ved.-Ex. few annng us no duubl-fut ib! lo I the .judicial I pioccv or action of to sustain with the regular! Army, the I the banner erected by tkc< Soutert1tventc11.
every Ins count
cause l ic iv. L't.M: :
airy anl milt'U! cf : hVnirtd: b' a'.r.: In S .

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Ccanty.of It. would seem ''rom the Resolution of the on this subject-.-3hey want to know why it i* A. He laid W attn kept dark. bg every or.e who rba-Is this, who his any Arrival and Benartnve of the Kails..Vvthrrn .

he Uuval County liave Jil> 1 1Convention T !laha.ee inaeiJng.! that the Whigs of that; an irajmrtan? fiiwtioinry of i the Govern, Q. Who can't be ejected! Io Congress again; it'e.t of coming; hi''h"r. to bed i'i mind,; tbtt Arnre* XVrdnr-day. I jtdrfy.aod Situ.

nInj,2t1t'd Mr. Florida > defrmhied on by the ;peopU.f Florida: tA fine of Lai told the world 'i.tv.t 3 t oVStK-k. A M. Ltuve* \?iueSdiyFtij3j.aiul .
aiIzJjs i11y r fiiupnilin! gu.riainin ment mu-t be a ptfitvioniT on tU' bounty t.i \our c'ii I rSj.41nteats|
*
/ Mvruiy, ti a lArtwk, A. :4.J.zeniArrtvri I.
B'JcM:npton fur the Scent, nnd Messrs. <; :Mi. Fiiltnore. Can ativ. man forget e friend ( :\e us lijh_! "Piitl-tivn wbis.ij Who if. {,, \ aiieJl.Q. that every mn wh<* comes with the nipeciatiua : : Tufjy atd Fnjay.! at tOo%

can ? of Jig iiig: golil fruin out of the tiow >U <>i cl-ok. T. M Leave %Vedne4my and Suailij.at 3
and James Plumrasr for the his politics and consider for a iioiient; the
JLt1t; U'. Hryant pufchiijti \ Legislative Ticket. ". John Ueard, the people's! man, and the the caitli!,, will rue tht day that he ever start u'cIo--k.: A. M..tIaireiThi.rrtve3.

Htuc of KeprewMitatives.The : und dane? of the South, and t then re. The Whigs of lhi) county, at a large meel- linn who Went ,je W,0j0}, for driving the In. ed ; and he who comes I to trade will find others Tuesday and atnrdatrat S, "
1'. I SI. LeaveMo- and aj '5, A...M.St .
meeting adapted Resolutions approving fleet upon this action Southern njen with itg] held in Tallahassee! on Saturday hit.nodiinutcd bans Irom Florida by an efficient: volunteer as sharp a fciurwlf; and ha who lives by ..Uor.* a'iI.-wpart-rut.s JT Friday M'rtida\VV

i..riai Compromise-regulation* whose isup out painful astonishment. That they houddUt' the ; gentbmen their iOr1 f. 1 his wits will bring his wares to a bid mar.: tte day. and Friday, at 7, P. &J. Leaves JlclulayVf ,
fallowing a S
f jC ** whining* and unmanly tone mike be ftiutid rallying around the banner of MadUon. Florida, Augiut' 9, 1830. kc! ; he who cons in ti'g tge in steamboating \ !'ie'. iay. snd Friday, at 7, A. ?.f.
jicatory candidates fur the LegUIatuic : Messrs. I R. will find almost as aleamboits! here aiu Viwn.V-Arrivellouday at 5P jjl. L ireTi -

ibem a
all concei iicd in their adoption. We will not, which with his own hands he has inscribed K. n rnbry. The Resolutions,! adopted, ihoogli A'New' a Democratic) Convention of Delegates m-'ii out of employment! who thoroughly mider Frida? al, 1'f. M Ai-rives FriJay at 2, P M Late

f"r cbouM! lie ashamed to that banner ibis} i on River, Columbia Count, August T>, tatid the Ittiriiu'-s ih-in he shake stick ---
rmWUb them ; we upon : -surely : strange.- not) to taMe indicate that decided iojpiovement can a :: --_: =:.:
our a I 18">(>, convened for the of
other Southern States thai! put i'se i iiominating at. He who c ,mfM to or.gagt* in printing, v. r. F.
ia That f.ir
it 'ftWU< two years aeo the ut.ise; electing) ;
j in the of Tallahassee candidates
have ) tone Whggery lor the Legislature on motion ot
will (find! that! : respectable profession begging FAMILY FLOUR
ruthe 1:115: of our citizens, however smafl.1hud a Southern !l'resr! !' !'it, they should consent! toj has eLI since Gov. Drown wrote the Hon. James S. Jone, Capt. G1OK! ; ?y ) \KKELS VIRGINIA ; ,
an' oceuis fur cinpioyuierit ; and he \\hr> comes to serv ** fmm Richmond f'tfy Mill f' a NVv Ynr K

; .xhibit a pirit o little %vorthy < f the j Mutant Fillmote for a ttibordinatc post ; thia hiv Nashville Convention letter There was K. McCfjELIjAN K elected President, and God, will, if he i I' not of t iron find himself on per Schr. Laura J.i'.ie,ju-.f tecrii.'t .. 'd frr *albyUKRRY

We can well believe tbe asf though indefensible] admit sofa certain JOTPH :M. ('nrws. Ksq.. appointed; Secretary. the & ItOWLES.Atint .
oii fl. nieas. manifest in the uhich second Sabbath: rithr dealing rnonte or
assembly, piiif to us >
prebPEet a The: !17. 1V> 3- lr
,prti"" <> the JVrtrs tlitl they ate a?ibet ojtoiijiatii"tism 1 1t1i ore f palliation. Hut Uul now, when ail little ititinati.n.on object oft he meeting having been ex.plained enquiring from a thirty crowd in front of the j
was not a gratifying. Any j the of J. J.
; ; Chairman, on motion '
by
bar Leon Circuit Court. ,
(4 1 abe 'higs what will! yo-i fake. 'irs ?
and
tntnly pitit hope for the South from the election of Jen.
the pail of the speakers of a decided South knight, Ksq., a committee of five was appointed Sin i tii & ATtfl.t.f4, )


them in terms excusable! hidiyniUoti. as fulOf the boldnees to face the Southetn people with from t the whilu appeal* Whereupon Messrs. J. J. Knight, C. W. correspondent of the Newark Daily Advert- Crisna and Ottwr. )
au.iilory, paitisnn
S. Wnldrnn, W. 1!. Cone. 'I'licnphitis! Weeks, ON: ant to; nf Detemt-inN.: a rule is !jranfil tfcrr*
ioi : resolutions extolling, as [President nun who seemed to be !listened to with the calmett! in- and Jacob (iodwin said er, a mixierate anti-slavery paper{ wriiing ;>rhtnaat4lOeai-

the 24 individuals falsely represented it. in fivorof the immediate; abolition! of slave, ditl'rt'iice.Vt shall al! right after and after wen appointed the committee from Detroit, .Michigan, under date of .MayJ5h r.ly! conti'.ei to proaecHle the said ,*uif on or befoto
got having retired committee
C&tJH
the fi the fir f d v of the nevt term of the Circuit ,
ai//r//' T f'WStfn/, asI drafting I viy < ry in the- District of Columbia-this surely the \\liiie. reported I the following gentle.ir.en! duly ap- says : i to be },e\d\ in this Cottrtty on the loitrlh .yondaj irOiVobtfr
thi \
c-iTered M
meeting.
creditable. iCkoluiMHis I South wag not prepared] to expect.: How long i' tl.i* ( iorxluu x Juiiiiiul.; pointJ : u Th! deflates on the shivery! fp"stioa lieing m\t : J'rovitetuweerr, Tbit wtice elI
fltjrreadtTi will' IMS $urln'itft1 to hoar that n >< ttii I rule be *?red UJOQ; the Cuti.pUt .ank3. rut some
with Link Hirer-Geo. K. McClellan! Dong- dull, I tool; a drive over into C.irradt, to see
trille
\vill the \\'iiig politicians dare to DIALOGUES.Question. t6no'.vsp
i IJ1 W'1* lt tb"' uieetia*, uud wterul abMnt i them personally!! OT It publish! in me fit
wf '' \Vho sai'l in his circular! of 1345 las O'Xeil.7)7fm what really is the condition of thw slaves delivered t this! St tv fur mouth consecutiveiy. -
iroin;i the Sta1'p'I 'rue niiiie t1't 1 tne f 'he undei>tairJ5ujr, and abuse the patience o. itrr! t<> otic
( /.y fl'rr'j-Wm. Cone. .Tno. IVoples.. there tl.e railway. 15 1'O.
or -10. l hut he did not belong to any who by underground Au iwt 1
in the t party
nx M tespectaJtle Wliipt Entity areiraudueiitly the fieople f What a burlesq-ie ha\e they \LTZELL Jtic1
ihe J'reciirt-G. THOJIS ,
fur sake ? Hum's W. S. Waldron, J: o.V. We found a new pirchase, where houses for
proscribed opinion
UM'd to misteproiiriit public beilli.TeI' j ; A true conv-Atteat,
made of all our professions of devotion to the \ Jones. oi some thirty fcrniHes are '
occupancy preparing.
the barefaced falsehood is enf in Answer. K.: C. Cabell.Q. O CAF: :'t. MYCRS, ctcrk.Ausnsf .
: and in ] South 1 and of our dflerminutinn to uitin'ai.: What paity was it that proicribed and AIHgo'or-J. J. Kni as an
our I'epreKPiitative* Congress expresj j -Joseph .I. Crews, Theophili I <) and above Maiden, eighteen miles down the
I her rights 1 What confidence, we ask, can the tinned out, for opinion pike, more public ofiiceis -
( t f public iipiuion Attention Planter3.r .
sum Week river, and a hro one in the interior. There ,
believe the proceedings of the (Srav.cllv North place in the threats Soutiii'in Whig-* within a few months after getting iu'o
4 \\c ; than had been turned out fur Port Call-John Preratt. T. Parish. are so few; facilities for a livelihood, that their HAVE just received per Dri<; OctUa, a lot *fSi

H'll' tnteiing to be a gr ** libel nn the to ie ist the abolition slavery in lie District power ? twenty .AVfr 7i/rrr-J. Cio-lwin, II. P. Lewis. condition 5? often: worse than that of snr own J_ >'JD! SVVERPSanti TURN PLOWS .Call atrde
and of the \Vhiss of years preceding for ourselves.
lairiotiftn; 1 tnatily We don't spirit believe the \Vhijjsof when they I find them lauding and up- A. The Whig t artv, under: Tippecruioe 'c Cedar Creek-J. l flttnide., D.I Green.Johnstille fiee biHcl;*, an'l but for the contributions! of : .\ JAMES K.: GAMCtliof

JVjval comity other in porting one who confesses himself in fuvor Tyler, too." -John I Il.trvey.I George Combs. the fr.ends. rf the enterprise, would ho worse.Il 10 150. 31
cuunt
)f lural) couaiy. or any > out | Q. To what then doe Mr. Cabell On motion of J. J. Knight, Ilsq., a commit.tec. is s mid tri rainy would be glad to return to
ftate. so craven, f o abject; as in wibneriUe tro of that measure Will tint Southern men patty, ( "
consisting of one from each precinct, wa h 'ir mailers. Notice
.,!ution? *o mean and cowardly) a> those, j jtlitw. think of tii is, and answer this question to their belong ?
A. Don't know, if j-nlgcd by his \VOMVljo appointed\ tfjn President to {.elect! axitahe! This is written !hv ail Abolitionist, who is FShcrebj j ivrn that af tfc net? sessTon nf the Gen-
forward iu their |
imjiriidently }put name conscience J (}. \ s-ajj in his circular of I ISlTitlnthe 1 person? as cnndidntp for the Lpgisatiir! ** to bf likely! to i i iv. IH a- favonmle an acco'int asposMble 1, ensi A w mhly ol the Sta'e of H ricii.application
.. Thoi $( luii( n$ nt-xvr ettmnated fiom a vii; be rn.-de t 1. act ot iiiC'rH'rtiot tor tt .
te { r aim [ > e pK1'KM -
And this the breath in supported !hy the Deimmlic the of these stolon f.uts of his
i in t at I rascally
meeting rty
yet di.l uhicti p' ap.
very not
belong to nov appuiiit-) ,f >
?(..utit-ni! jwp or a Southern Lean Will the paiiy ( c< r ?!ructirig a Piauk Road Irom Alligator,
I'It4a! and who have which it applauds FiUni-ite, (as if in very ed Concrcs'inpti, to offjce ? prrwrhing election! in October next.WhTcunon tribv. (Columbia t'ountj, to dume pint .n the >t. John's or
CUfljL1t1$ ; < was prPstnt, may .J ___
l \ F. f1 Cabil1. the President appointed Messrs.J. St. ilarj'sR cr. J.\\fc.! J S. JONES,
drafied the re4oIutIofl-we mean MIlrj'aiit ] mockery of the appeals patriots every wherein \/f J. Knial.t. Willj-im ('one, J. W. Jones. P.&jit! !; of the Meeting.Atmnt .
Q.'ho four members of Congrens QaI1CtUi3CC! <4UttTI1t.{
dare ihe the h.cP. appuitiied! ( ) P11CC
he to enter 10. I5"n.
-will canvass n Lehaif t if f Southern}) conceit t.) pops on to TVr.philus! ks, John Prevail, II. P. Lw. 3i Ki
Cabinet office alone I.e
down Will fae dare tell tbeVlr to as sofMi as
laid ? to
(here invite a l'nen ofihe South ior the! sake of and thus made four i Jatns K'irnside, John H.trvey, and [)OUr NoticeJS :
was inaugurated' vacan-
\ 41! Duval) county to $urrend their j (COKRECTEI( ) \TfICwJ.Y KT C. }'. IIATIIEXVAV.
Iii N.trtherti ajrgreb* If>n Itrc'iunc lhy c
A. Old fri committee hating reiiret!, r.fler a brie the 'j.-nenl Assembly.ot the State ut Flotidjat
ol Leou iiivile Union of the Souih"to Tip.Q.
in <1no b'IICtViil he aijty] tu thiiai Conniy a B.tcutN-Gumny Cloth, '20 tz 2mitncty
(3firrt absence! relumed and reported the following! ifs next 9*>*ion, for acts ut Fporition olroa '1a. i'D3ai '
,
fiiilljpi of fanatics because they sustain IVesidetit who has VrlaiMi his \\'ho was Old Tip ? } 17 (1 I ,
\ ; oppose a ( < is from the city of TuIUha--. one to Tbcxrt-
A. and at the head of the Whig na'ns : 1)iutlee, Iii; a 29Sa
tlir mis-nained Compromise bill, which is more hoMiliiy io the dearest iuieresis of the South Whig par. F-ir S'iiatr-Co1. Robert llrovo. h4and, I ait.1J v ilie at.d: l 2ouficviof! >ne to Quincj.andoce tusU *
tathe South thaneven the Wi1m I II'rt" | IT II i {MIIfit mi th Sr. M<>rks rivt-r.
jnt1in: Is tliin the Union to which we aie courted ] For 1epre'ettttties-IIon. Jaui'-s; S. Jones : ROPE-r'nmtl&ern, t a1mittcky T.i'.ihi-' "O .tm "I
it.4 Will he attempt th4 ? Will hel j I Q. To what party, then, does ?>Ir. Cab?!! ; t 11 1'') !ipe, AiusM to. )

,rpT l iliischallense I It be do,ilit' irti mn I I' 'hi* the entertainment to which t we are 'ui. belong': .' John W. Jones, K-q. ; 1i iCu11.i

A. D'Mi't I !insw. bt this The nominations were concurred in iminedintnU Liae, 20 a 2STW1NCiIcL11) ieaffE.LN ,
to
arcnrding ccrtiiiiy
j
4.1! Il.ival) will tueet bitn on this issi) alont led IT EO, ardently iis we have JuiireJ! Iu -
bv acc'aniHlion.On i ATTORNEY AT L.t'7rtLL
the \Vhi 2) aSetw
uud discard uH]] others ; and ihfy will prove toIn *ee the S-iulh united, we must sav *ueh a nn- : not to party. Tr 4) aGR'JCRiE4Lc.n
Q. How has Mr. Cabell: acted, and wish : motion of Theophilns e*>k a nnmtnit'ee \ affer.d ih Cirf i-it Cf.'Wt.a i'i the
in ilut he !IHO ntitiitikeii the tirit; ifrcf: I.ft.Ft atKcIlITOSH
uu1 ;,,uttievn .1ItjXUfl1 t1s U ill) I Siks, ,7& ': S
Si. At.ti.e
flIttL $ : ; thiSti.irtimr;. (I'l.arl at TaI&hwa'iseI
i is No no The Union wh&iwe : the but w.th these : the &nse of this Convention nn Oe' ShouIder
1mEi1.Ii'! are 6U1 (,dnt aud out ol latilud** ; pteiosterous. I A. Not up to text, Lime ,. 6 a I .jr'i.-ccute ri-iisn-j t jr rizca.s m ,ny pwt of Fl rtdj -

ntiinufucture seu'.ine4it: have advocated, is a Union igaiu our own pub'ic > .
v.c AI : WAok Geor Comb*. G.V. (Z b-tre Congress ? the rfmn' .
Which loudest actionsof words ? ( ;re. o. :: or 4 Dep; '*
nfl i drift 'inr own reou'i! <>:i6. farfir ofihnne! who support abolition in the Q. speak Mi's, ;t1 a 1Prirae t4te4. ..1koav.tEt Florida.
\ WaUrfln, J. \V. Lowe and T. ParMi
,. The $unb: is iu danger,* aui! the timesrfjiiiu' i'isiiici. I ''it it will be sticJ pcrliaps th-tt A. JSah: a ,Ifl:3 !'> I--5 >. .71
that sWiid have with u'b.eni Q. how many patiie* were there miring were appointed) .t hi coinnittre.Oi F/fltr, 2lbO1thP1D, ') a 19St. __

we men Democrats) are not invited to unite with the she. and what called .' ni'ttionthe Chairman was added to the Lo:5f: a I ) .
hearts all.1 Soutliem, uprves to n% Revolutionary war j jI Medical College of Georgia.
t! in of Fiilwjre but in deenceof / "culled cnnvnitt. Ohio, $ S
Whigs support I A. Two, and the Whig and Tory .,
All idi'e to the Meal ANNUAL COUiiSE f Lfa'TURB wilt;
lh paiiie are z1upoI14tIe aCtOn 'pHK
South. We. how tinrei j The forrgr>Ing committee reported ihe fbi.Iivhx.t .L the first Jlod.i.v Iorietie,
the
of the occasion, and we have n. Ifarb *1attlI' answer, can I i Pai''y- (SC9eJv3 Jinrnct cron i.
i t Q. Ho'.v pnrtics are there noi, and( | ileso'u'ion: which wa nnanimotislyJlfstilenl jLaguir.i iu-\.!, and c 'rtnnue until rin-f et Murci
#. **titertaitiin wic-b view* f Uryant and I be any elective Union amoi tis ** in defence j mtny ailotiterl I: a & C. M r NKWTON.M. !r>.-\iat.r.
what culled ? j
Jtuil ftt( the South,"' while one of the partie to the j' are they That! dinners nf f m odinaryrhirarter 1i;), 11 !:. ; ALF.XNDCR: MEANS, RI. D.-Ctnaistryaad
the
A. Two is culled the Wlji
one
ut f io i'ion ; pafv | f'harn-v.
any couuU a Canilfrj Sterm, 51) ci t4Tahow
''compact is i su>taiuing an avowed oppoacnt ofI i other some times lLa Locoioeo, airi; KMUlimes; i iI I threaten Sotith rn institutions,owinjr IS (5 2Adrnaritivc I. P. GARVIN, M. D.-Materia JltiUca, TLstaeutic -

The .Vftftf publishes :9j 'tU>r from Cajrtain I her i igh<*. Such an opponent, we assert I have heard it called: the Tory parly.J. to the} reckless conduct of Northern agitators (I : arid M.-dic1.1 Jurisprudence.

Tin! iti ISiitoh, ** one of tbe taoM i-espeeiable j ajjnia and aaiti, is Millard Fillmore, by his I ( What were the; distinctive p-ctiliirities and fanatics, and tint nothing! le s I ih.m t ih*. Sugar, IMaf, 13 a i; P. F. EVE, M. L>.-Suieer*.
Missomi will ili tics the Cruwd, 13 a tF. L D; FORD[ >I. 0,-Insfirntes ami TraPtke c.fJ. .
of the during the Revolution ? j jA. Comprnrn! jti> to
%%'hi T in the C3uty. iu latioa l<* the d.i- i own coiifeifcion.j Whig patty .() Nw Orleans, 7 a 9 Mdiei ta'

in }' the Coaveniioti Tli"V Fust.iined! their (i' 'eruinwirin I the i So'ilh and ivc q-jiet to the Union. FLorida, a A EVE, M. D.-Obstetrics and Diseases >f

; j conclusion-we appeal; to the people cabinet and the fi"ld.( Their motto was, my j On motion of (;. W. S. %Waldron a cornmiit flitt, Cr.thia, i ft SFIeridt. Women and hil.mfs.

(; Fa:1flEl',., Aiig 5, 3 lw the people of Le'.n County-to the pepl; country li iht or wr.>ng." i <*o of t Ho was appointed to communicate a 11 l\ .MFJiELL, Jt Demoostratcr ol Aoaiotny -

Mr. Ii4sr-I? tfeittU it due t > my **lf and throughout the State will you s st*.ia FilU I Q. What <*our e liU the Tory par'v ursie: ? to tie nominees their norniualio; : 1'UIfIt.t4 Set, Irth, -, -- a a -- ROBERT CAMPBELL, Ji. D.-A sisfaftt Drmoo-

fitcmlfc to stattthr: b lilt* na A. They denounced the and | Whereupon the Chair appointed Messrs.Waldron s!rat
tm your paper, tuore's 4i1etn of abolishing slavery in the District ; vat us uqu-i /'i..1IZ.I4ckere1NoL I, tt; or.

i ."* ol the jit' $<4''<*diugs!e. No. 2, $14 'iinir.it Tr.strijcfion will bs given as heretofore


(1 i i ly the yi Just. The lower part, of'th : supporters ? What sar you ? Ibv your i (Q. What jnriy was it that pu iahed nor JJesolu'ions were mntiirnoiisly adopted : Mailer t, none. 25 The fee for;f>the n, (entire taken owe ronre) i* JIIS SCO OO5atriftilat

filled: the lutfling to < !rd4r. Col. If.trt; jM up : i you answer affirmatively, what can you ; (;loveinmeut ia the late and bloody war with j I 7iVWmThat the thnsiks ot this Coivpn- Rutter.Sashcn Country, - 2O a 23Pi'ie : I amLiustrJtiun! Ticket, (optional) It> OtfG.

inn! ttotnitiated O. Hudiliu Juu (1I ir J *na
*frs. J, W. Itryant uud I'lumm for U *p.ifs'Mitativeit fchail is her 1 A. Th Fjooofoeo or Tory paity. t ? for the very pro'iipt rrnmiT in which Apple, IS a 2? Angmt ir\ 1 ." I tfflu; (be TeriitorieF, as p'jipos e,
I and look the 'oteniithcin I I uiraiust: ; Q. Wmt} puty; wib it that ij>]JOM-l !Iv war, tlii)v have dt.rh forward and abo'inh' in it the Dis.uict j C.iu. .try, SO a 3*> State of Florida.
tie !"etn >n lrauce ." f>!rrtl. Tiia :h'' ihanks of ihis Convention Strap. Ksfri No. I, f> a 7t GAQSDF.N CIRCUIT conT.-IN CICE1Y.

H i iid ) nocaim! tn *in duly nominated. This preparatory to an attack oo it in the the liivernmeiit for w Jgiiiii t, wl lie be tendered to lr. Chirlps McKinney. Nii.1, 5a 7

o s to vhiAv thaI the j>j er p nit .f i ihe ectt-: Flat ? Will not *vour mouths then be t-hut'} t her brave sIn' wen; wateriiiu the ) -ipiund! for the manv courtesies extended to the mm- Nave Bread, 8 a IO Asa M.B.*rber, )> Bill for Livcrce.S .

bad no I1riftZ or voice in tbe Oifiat .'. *VJmt- | not leej that you yourejve* na'"<' v.illeys of M-MIC.U with their blood ? J Jj Tiers thereof.RexolrfJ Tea Crackers Rtirk 8'IU> a a ti 1 0Oron ruh: Barber. 3TT

every ibingfluite was u ainM ilt t will iiB.trinir l II) the atUtarHnn of the Cmsrt.bjt affi- : ,
A4veU aid and c4mlort uJ to a ->
; |uit of the county, : ;! I'HUI: ull W 4i K fix ] eucouiuyemcut Q. \ViWA! ri tbut denounceil th wir as in:! I b ;published iu$ I the Floridian tv Journal i .-O-niabnrj.-M, 12| o itOiiaburg i d.tvit in rlir-tcase tikd,ti> t Sarah gjrberflasde.-

and preiiared IM1It hand in ot this ticktttiotninaied yottr enemies f.m-mt <>l te St.ite ol r'ioriiU, aid: \\iliii! : the Slate of
tinder < very ('f'ircuui iance, ati
that me and my fjiend* were put dmvn. I it that besought the .Mi-iic-m soldier'! I Io greet j jo.ir (;. II. M.rCLKLLVN, Prcs'ulen*. Drown, |,, |, -. 10 ID a a J2.JBleaiheJ 15 I |'t" *l, an-wvt nr di-mur. 11) said bill ol con*'

hail no voice or bhowiug in this Convention.n Pri as is Friends.i brother i'i a trn with hlooJy! I liiniK, and I J. M. CSKWS. 'rre'irzj.Haj. Kitie, 4, T J2| a IS t'ti.t! VM in u tliu-e rnt'tihir sai i bill will be tat en

i-1 it was nn fairctpreswou of the public will. i dut Mr. 'ebt'r was a litile! to welcome. tluMii to hospitable! j ravw .' C'4.ttVflZ1I', IK a t9Tii..inrii. pro tim/r.tiit a.'air.Ht vnid defetsdant, and that ll.ecao
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appear Beard and the Galpliins arjarIu find I for likewise iu behalf f friends j tii a 2koriJ :)
on?, *< A. Thomas Cot in
win. Sw-itor
y a Whig I oiirt on tl.o stcond AJond y m NtiTt-nibei next :-
i bi<*kward :ibout accepting the pott asigii.'di1n j last isMi'j ve published a complete ( rrjf, $tlyt> a 1J5Mirtin
our
juoti'hl aainb1 it, und hereby |l'dx<* to goU'jaiiifct hIs $<*at in the United: .States Seuat<\ I .indit isfitrt'tir Ordered, That thL* order be f>Dl >
; in the Now Cabinet the ground thutI refutation of the (.i.ilphin lubrication I hat .Ma ::/iI.tin :, Lttivn* 8-4 In 111-4, Itt a : i
the 'icket nominated at die ubUc i ew +paper printed in ter1.t!
C I it I the ( h..Secretaiy jor I Iard WAS a' on" time n.> hriler than lh*>rniselves. qnca a wvfk f>r three n.cntbs.and the ccmplolo*
iliil niiKi cmidnciedlairly not
nv< )0CtUC was n t salary ((8000(1)) was large euou punish him for such a traitorous t>'ieMh ? Kleachrd. 3-1 to .1-L IO a 2O

and lionnrauly, iua mtich as only two or ** .' of Slate," *.ays the Tiibune, A. l Iv promoting him to the t-tcovl highest IJ.it this being the otily thing i h'v cm CASTtNGS &. LC.U-Su4ir J .ileru, 51 a of.'j'w artt take testiinonv THOMAS in the c use.BALTZCLL, Jme.

three indniciu.i Is eniijcU the hole charge a 'ain-t him ihev hate: to give ;It up, anJ ; Sii(3ueult 5J a 6
t
governed I **uvist fafcrlttia the crowd of Representatives feat iu the American Cabinet. A 4 tne cp.* :Attest,
| the hut Sentinel'! has an artice Jr.zo: ,< J'ost.0, I: S
accordingly
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.Mos
proceedings. >t ro iccifully.KIJJ R. C. LESTKR. Clerk.K
Q. Youj'ike ? .
: \H HUTCH. | 4,1 i4Jt(4fl Powers at ahitgtou-moci dolt ; signed, A Denizen of th-j Ancient City," LintSheet,. 9 a HII5ar Augn4 I IO. Ht SraPlanters'
A. No, Mree. He i i'< now the Secretary ofI S a IO
often, and (as the world ) Mimptuously. atlemptins to show that the Major was an ac- fii -- -- -
goes I the Treas iry of the United States, isd: one if i IfluN, crEm.. NAILS S' IcIrun. a S
A Palpable Hit The hi duties live '.Vhigin HJO .lZrrje ijiZ, 51 i* 6 Supplies.LIE .
sarrwftd discharge of miaflcn :
/ the Cabiii'M t advi .er<< to project: the rights uudiibf'ities .
j The extracts we gave list week from tie! hoop aiul band, 7 (t -' ha* nsde arrai iuicnlbj mIiimf*
The Southern Whig ntn s talk a { rpnl leaj depend onr pJenli'vde! nf kit Iiopi.'ul. of our people. St. Auiu .line IleraM and Xews of Sejit. ISt'i 6VwC.i t, (I .11 i he will he dt all times si iOpIie1[ with the foltotti -

ifon'tise alwHit Mr. niltnore "conscivasism" | iy and the richness of his viand There Q. Who, iu the name of all tin1 is &acredt V.'hig ami t ilie oilier a Demociatic ( ermnat,, a IS.Vuj.t. r articles durir their "tason, and v aSJ mtttfe
p.x.her .
-i ne a Rhsttr, a >Uclia--.fr* jrcacRitty to call before PUtCaneI-!
American ch.inicter honor and sentiment (
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on the uujcct of slavery, and otne < i uIgitt to be 61000 deducted fjotu the biiai vI at the jj-fle-It: which both acknowledge! Cut, fi t 7 whttt', Vih :

them jro so far as to deny that he is or ever I! of' each ol the other Heads cf Iepaitir.e and has placed him there. ? the .Major to bis '* a true blue locofoco," set. V.'rouJit. 15 a IS Gunny iiajS itig, (' Ker jjf, plain &. t'ri1kr,
A. Millard Filluiore the I'resiteat '
of the
much authoritatively LIQUOR &. \Vl.Vl-S- Ddte tin. Ifftck& wht. Wool ll4t*
was a Wilmotict. This wit* tlu-ir course ia added to that of the State. Or SoOOO lies that q-JCiiion more s
j might United Siales.Q. Lraiolq, t'.aine, ti 1.50tkflitlI Kentucky do. \ Plain! and Pljict Iinsty,

lie Canvass of ISl", wh n they were urging j be tiken from tha President's and a Meil to V'hii) went( il strong tor this mm Fill ;shsn the ijne difll of the Otii* gentry reposiu oflhe- l.SOu-2.00 do. Rope, ) Onberg. 4
INitnam in the .
willi Major snugsjery 1'cach, 1.0) a 2.09 r'.Northern do. \ Cleorgij Cut Yarn,
him on the South in opposition toV.. O. Hut.ler. that oflhe more, and aided him to t perpetrah I his great who 3al.5O Nails
Sccretarjfor Foreign Affairs"This Surveyor Geri's ofiiee Can any nun Api le, Bamn Tsine, i A\f!>,

Senator DoJ t;, rf Iowa, Lad especial tnodett piojo. ition (If the Tribune was wrong, this burning outrage on thcwh-jle! pyo- I kiiows I the spirit of parties, and pt rticuI. nv olthp IJa', Mjderia, |.O>at.OOr ?at,, Liverpool ground, B1ackrnith' Toots,
? rt, 34)a-t.OO( do. coarse, Pwl8u! Sal..otia.Ge .
reference to this in a speech delivered l him pie | |jiorc! if MaJr !tj"arl :JiaJbe.tn
by I party .
%d doubtless the other heads OMU White Lead and CMI
I objecl to by A. P. C, Cubeli.Q. rtLaa, a 1.tMi no see Flout, ; ,
on the lid of July, when, looking Mr. Fimorp !!- and "the (Jod-likeV) frieds I one of Vm" i i I 164l>, an ha-1 desertcJlhem t'bauiKi2itp| (hj.ket,) WaiS) j. Lnus: du. Trre
I finally as i'o i'jl.' ?
I in l! l'hat: he would have csnap-'il (:;14i, 1 tfltLtfltI ; 3 ) Baron Hams c I4tx tL,
then President of the Senate, full !in the hey have done on other occasions, came to A. N'othiti ttliotter. linl aUcnilwi when icward'tl Americao, SO a 75Jlum do S-d-9, FiJth .

lace, he uttered the following aiguge : bc ret-cue, and by their libeiality j.laced! Q. You uy il i is the Whig piitylhat opto.sd I tlidr !I" U'o-il.l a Whig S-nile J-imajca 300a4.0f) SIi.tit1e r Setch..4! '
the niter it'was Nme of the I for his opost-ir-y Amtiica &) a *5intttkeif. I :?.!e: Pork. Mule .mil Horse CtLtarm,
My friend from Florida, Mr. Yulee, has Daniel above v ant iu his new positiun. Tbe war waged. nn< hare c .nfirme<] his nomination, if he hud ju>! Mononjyifcela,- I.tYa< 1.25Ctmmuin Gui It.aiiJ Leather, v SealtSean..*,

complained that all the Ftec State* were jjMjund N. V. Herald present I17tV' Cabinet t hat talked nbc.utbuijina J1serted their ranks ? particularly as the Whig 31! a 50 : : : Iron anl Xterl, JLe., ,
thic < u'tin. I would ak him isajs : our biavc volunteers in ilcsicu ? I assetted his Democracy was w !J 01 LS &- PAINTS--Oil, Sperra, l.23a 1.OI which he wilt sell at tutet matkrt rake! for ($41. or
upun We learn that the only difficulty; \xbcw eiiskied A. 1 do. I New's Unl SO it l.fiOT api.rdcredit.. JAS. AL WI LLLtM.tuu.t .
Neus ot! I
Mr. 1'rebidenj Senate I Hear tic
if Flmida ant! Jeorgia and kii.Avn to the ;0 75Li 3, l t'SJ. :I'O:.
; in th way of his taking that exalted po.s Q. Three air! t\vo make6C\-0u, anl I six arctk.ttt I I .uer a
t'uniother}) *5< uh: rn Sta'rg u-ere not a little I Sept. 10. Id W: : eed I.tIiig !.25 ____ _ _
I s itioji /is: ? been retmivrd lj his fricn'ix, and ?
when last all I I this iuiq-illy on Cast 3 00 3.50o
) at the Presidential e1eciian, th"Vj.st "I'ut alter perpetrating: ; : .r Agricultural Warehouse.undtr.igned .
I that tW-te is probai#H5iy of his letain- A. Mum.J. 25 2.Wf >
exery I estre
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. lie 1 Democrat 1r1itr Lta -
&: their votes for Sanchez, heeausft was a '
entertaining,
you as you I i iieg the Secietarythip during Mr. FilllinoieVterm J. Who was it that but a lew d.iys MJCCappointed : I C<>1. the 2:73 a jkJC.'ro'n I 9111F fu imj pnrrha-cd th cntii1
vrre nu'arliusly Jctutvn Io (10 vmin oflhe Senate turns roun.1 and prortuies Stork Iiii i from Slisjry.DKMSLOVV .
opinlor of office." lour members of I ibis ime Vellow, a >i AgriruSitiial [> fin -Dti*
<<'ftS the carrying into effect; of which fc ati't, Cougrss! to seats I nomiaaiion daiin'her Democrat, .Major B"a r.I. (?rren, arulli Si'U'niiSTEIIould! aancunce to tte
There is something absolutely tidiculous ifr.ol in l I.e Cabinet ? in'ilic tl H they have ircreast-d said trck
these prc-atU ,
unination
< same Si te have thnutenad, and now anJ eonlinns his n miaioufly : ;, a (
A. Milldtil Fillmore, the Whij; Pievd nt.i. I fine,sad! -' b /,2. iO embr 1015: besides a vnriefj of oilier matt-rial atj 41.
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n5dy! threaten to dissolve the Union I I ie. disgraceful, in all this. I Il I' it !is necessary lisreuartiug! his Democratic! principle*, whicliwo SALT-Livi-rpool.
( Wh} 'ie does Mr. Cabell bflor.g now ? Tmk's Island, ciwrse, 1 1)9 (I 1.5f> titles, v a rallj ol the follow ir-g character and dcs-
ftr la you t ir, in conne xiun with this subject.ttb I the Tiibune tnotc.thati iutiinates that ranted ins.iying were well known t ion
as u ". No I telling! milto! dele'ipine which are TOtACCOMan'ifeturl I, k frlTloruh t cil l> :
* none other than feeling*, of 1 the gieatestkitidnphs of Slate in order to a fcucces&ful to th-- Whig majority: of I that b-y! Cir Leaf, lot VJ.t. J5 Secretary l ItflFhtt-t bit ncliois
anJ n-spect, and only di< it to buw Speaks (ill ; pait, or words.i. As we said before, the .Major; is a bitterpill' Second julily, 10 a 15 FS ol everv varitj, ct" the most rrc tl
of tho duties of l.is cilice, thould ( Who f.und iu the .lfacn tii
how discharge keep uu (I'1.Vi. month ofJul I tl.eiiuii'j Infpri'T, n and irnpioved |< >tid.
inconsistently fcocw cf Uc j States 1m e (for the (JulpUns.! They are at -V
when the uliule had and in siiwd ftntiiary, IO a 101 Fire hundred Plows of tv-ry acted." an open house and have his table spread \vilh } country run dry ends fm-l sunielhina: to StS'I against COTTON-Orduiry
to
burnt ? I MhIh i ii trt ZI0I middling: 10] a 10| r T4nners1Uurrkrn1tt! 1rai aJbi lien
Tim direct d "ricliiaudn.." with I the other tt cclcrai, in ttp him; but it won't iii). Tiic .Major as our A Ii"uior I- (;<>..d MUUJin lf 4 a IiMiLliing Fo'n.uv i-.s, t-mbr.irsni'r'.ery article: iiwd m their tine.'
was a c: palpable hit-one A. i B. A. Putnam, of Ea>t phil hit. -
I
the inctn.1 all Tot.U&c.al Mmubctur.?
him b correspondent says, will inn over fair, It t a I I U r4; uecesdr)
'%Vich *' the name decency pivp money eaiou (Whudtinkb I and refreshes
the great conservative muM hu\e: ''It. In the of from the public Treasury to keep up his Mate : hiinsell from the Mreumhich isMii's from I State like lire oil prairie ; tmoked **! Fair none.t MISCELLANEOUS.-Roller nrd cora-nott
language a cotemporary we ihi 'oai. !" 1 lire slot*, the Or2cjz gentry will lie out uNDnrs-ttidedry! t 5 a C Jack crev. Stnre and Cr>tton Trurk V'{,eel Ear-

nay n4 VIiat will tits Southern \V1iig -save the country from the *8prdace! <.f see.ing -. oflheir snug' places and will have to wamler Tdlliw, 7 a 10 rims, Road Scrap* Hydraulic Ratn-< Fore Puaps,
A. The said I
the ficn| U oflhe incumbent running about) HtMijuniin: A. least through the loro Wi il.d.rnt'ss !. 1tec'oa. IS a 20 Patent Chains to lai-i.itate the drawir water.
ap loji"i6 say to 1hiVe? preMiujc they will (i. Who would not send); help to the people I at twcn'y before years reach another little lists Turpentine, 50 a I.Of) Grgia and Frcr.cb P.urr Mill Stones, CalcineC.wtinz4

rq; ublihh hislettrto? CJor.: ( Jale, wherein heaninns nicilng! con'iibutions' as though for the re. nf K.ut Florida, uhen $the Indians worn mur- I they JtielitnncUle Nctcs.To pj.wdcr.keg. 5 f 0 a 7.00( 1'taeter? anil Raw for FarmerPiauta-

lief of Hut ho\v h the political waste. S Imn Mitt, Coin .uid Smut MilU, Scrtws, Milt Irons
that he does not wish to disturb -ltve.ry a Mrcet beggar coiues it doring them and rfeslro\ing i \ : their properly ? Sinn, a 10 ,
I Rilfins CI. ihc, Ticks. Reeds. Sbutt'cs
aid
Afflicted. l\.tai! 10 a 12J : general
the
in Uu Voj/ vfarc ii w/-/ j\'ous I'cr- that a Secretary noxv.a-days cannot get along; A. (;lov. Hrovvn, the Whig ruler of Florida, !-. twilled, 15 n 25 findjna for C< t'on ..ltd Woolen Manulactrries.

fOij." with the tabtry which was paid to Jedl'it-on, (.' iii. Taylor, the Whijj President, and Craiv.fod I \Ve commend the following) paragraph to I' I'tain, 14 a 22 MILL !AC111NIttV. TOOTS, -H.viPsjths

Monroe : thJalphin Secretary of War.i. t"io" c WhO ure allliclcd with th California Madison: Clay, Van I5uic i, Fotsy'li, condonitiCti I v.e shall be !i-rfpnrcd at all tunes to fmmrni.1i I V
i
Bill of Sale ( Who ( < v. MoseJoy, a good Francisco EXCHANGE.
f TCXt.c. Il is frotn the San
corrcpon.JLnce
Uji hei, Cali! e* of Machinery in the shortest notice. .'
Dc-mocrat) for raising \olu iteer and On New Yoik, jiar.a 1
The !Ubt mail JjrinSs us the \ote oftle Sen. Dan intend troops of the N. O. True Delta, dated June 1 1|j-rcin. The hi hus-t market prices paid at all times foi4 V
Black
Does) to launch out upon amore equipping; them on his (its n funds, nnd sendir.g! I .4 New Oilcans, Wool, Sheep Skim and Hides.
We the Bill tA 2 V
on a
offering a bribe of ten millions scale] than frU-iuU Gjd! and Sihcr. All Prepuce the State received
extensive either of Ing predccesnrs. them to our bleeding in the IJist, to art sold fir thtuual

tu Texas as the price to be paid for a portion and show by t tL| rplendid! ic. piocct: them ? I Notwithstanding the very great. abundance -- FREIGHTS. cunanison. '
S. & H. IIOYT &.
"W It A. ( P.roun, Cran-fonl precious metal, 1 still contend that any C0\
territory. plbf5ed: the ov. Secretary u tthc .
Senate
by y as suit of*' the plentituiia of bis lirwp; aiiiy nut! comfortable in the States ('-ttv.n to New York per lb., No. Ill Bay s tre<'f.S.ivannjhGeor2M
<0. nays 19. Wo are pati ed Whig and (Ualphint-r, and the Whig* generallv. fijp) who ii any way M a-urem.-nt? to New Y-.rk, per foo, I2iColtnn Rfferfiitrs : Messrs. Padi-lford. Fay & Co ; 't
'ql tithf1 to we that the iithneKS of his vialltJ, (hut i they) l Itti.j wuc 1 I 1 inkes.. a cursed fool of birr self! by coining$ heie.I Nf" OtTeans. per l b.li', $1 1 xBircla. (> rn-ilow & Webster.S. .

both : i. 'lt.il'jin.i! Th" t ,, ,. t I ;lvic to oH*r ; but 1 1r' .. r,> *ann.ih, Anyut ". I IVif: '
lit'! ? 'v i "f- vva.,; ; Q. What : :MJ. Cab..!! ;lo in) ,: rjtLtz fli'ivc! : ct'Jss; fwientlv HO

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PROCLAMATION STABILITY-SECURITY-PEllPETL'ITY. Business\ Carts, Srr.: I it3a( 3l1t1crthicmmt9. c:1)c: ) f loriMtni & Journal. I MEMPHIS INSTITUTE'
MEDICAL
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!OOOOO. &Tts -' THE regular course ot Lectures j mibisln,
$ LEWIS AMES
State of Florida.G.DSPEN IXG. ,
---- rccLismr: KVKRY: : STUr.D.JT. ill! commence on the fust of No'ember Itll''r
-- .. : IN CHU'IMT COURT-IN CHANCF.P.V. --------------- (continue' until the tat of February The A and
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. T i: It M s : cal Dt'lrilmf'ot:11 be nil<0">i-
and
DRUGS( MEDICINES, PAINTS Grorge T. 1fil1l' ) open rC'I t 10
or MXV vnnK->o. 35 XV\LT. ST., OII>, r,'. > Hill for Divorce. THREE Doi.L\n per annum, if paio I in advance. H.ndenls. bv I the tirof OcioLrr Tlie 'Mfd K*

Toilet Artirlrs. Pfrfunicry, ic., window Cia>SIST.ns' F.lz.1. HIU-PX. ) THRKR .\>D \ H \.E. if ;pud within simonttis.i lurtmeut' xvill lit under. the dmrti.. ofI. fhelolltV,'

JIM the Governor of the Stale! nf! riorlla.WilEREVs ET AccumulileJ Fund, :"\'. l It t I. I lxU I ., : )fO.- r \ nRUius: Asn COI.On., appealing to the Mii-fiction cf the Courtby FOUR DOLL\R. it not |uid ujtil the end ot I hex'ear .rtn,F."OyI. .

h. law that election N O'M, .xrurelv i invested' in Bonds an.11 ":.; iT alTidjxil, iI this cause filed: that Eliza M.Hin-t-\I !
it ill :
an
required this and Krouklyn, and "t..c\\11 .\ P.UH''aric,. (Ala!tu" ..... These lemma \ ill be rigidly adhered to, and Z. FREEMAN, M- 1) Professor of A' I'Itlnmt.
ill llus Stale on tin tir.t Mondy in an rt'o1l. Iatl' in I c.x I he defendant ;.n thiscau-ic.residtsbexonil the jurisdiction .
1' R. S. NEWTON. ot D Proftrsor ,
ofS .
aad UmtedState IH'abovecoastantly: on h.md.tnd no will b iIicontinued) untilall i are ,
October next,for 4 I n..i te r of 1 Public .'ndj.to 'hold ) ntthe Stale' and City of New-York X forsaleat tl e nf| I hi i* Court,and out of t the St iteol F1ut i.II : piper ( arrearagi Sub- II. J HCIAF, M. I D., Piofessor of ;''
A kel the
.Lo-est mat prices. paid, unless at t tht' option; f\1 t t pnTmhiher. Theory J
!
r
dull be elected Government. Hit Or hre",That' the siid Eliyadoappear.plead, t1c.
tour jear*. and until iii* uccos"or : Lice of Medicine.
LEWIS scribeis will be receivtd for three months at One
incrcasiby a \\idelye\ten- & AMES.
flll1J is i rapidly xxithin,
This l dviuur to thc I laid bill 1 of cotndiint
ailll1 tf1tllif..d: hu.im-ss. Ta I lI.t I mb 3..t.l' November 20( l 1'-1'. t S answer or : DolI.lr-"ix months at ft SO. Every older lor the W. BYRD rOwn.L.\t D., Profp3.or nrrfli'] _
Hit tirre fart orJerni That the] aiJ election be tIed and f'rool'elCl'U thr.e months, or saul bill '.i ill lie taken j>ioconfmoacaintfau rlholtlytineralo d Gt"ot'J ". '
ai
fifI ----- -- be :.
t of ---- of hi. must aecompanied
di\.itlenJuf nt I
profits county
- )) 14' ."rnll.IMlit the Si altAD the Kail, first Monday The Company declared all existing a policies on the 3M MMON lOW I..:. \BI\NO fl. P\PV ddcndant, and that Ihl"III..e in Nowmbtrnext be set fir I paper lb. ca'h. unle-is the order comes I through anx. of our J. K'i\T., M. l B.. Pr.ss| of Mat"."u 11'1ica.1b!, i
slid Cowl
on of .
October out, ncccydin; l 1.1 lt\\ .v.tvo percent heating during next tot m
in an.1.t.,1 Juripmntence!
I TOWLE & PAPY authorr/.ed agents in the State.' rapeutics I
regularly
- Given uttd.r rov hand and the Great Seal of I of January IMS. : lnd it itfurlfnr DrJtreit. That' this Order J. MII.FON Sxxnrrt. A. M M. D i
Prof.
the SUte, ol'FJoridji. at Ihe Capitol: in Tallabmee. All the Profits are dividcJ among the Insured. Alfornry ami rounscllors at law: t be: published in IjUle'tlhlic newspaper printidinthis Chemist, and Phann.icy. "orflf (

I"'. 11 Urn I3tli: dav oi i July. A. D.T1IOM I I' :'. The premiums are |uvailt! incash annually' ,semianniully formed an association 1 for the Pract'ue I Slate' onc week tee I three int.:ilh", and 'that A n V K K TI S K M E N T SWill J."IL'O\. :M. !>.. Prnfe""or ct t Obstetrics

.\S lRQVN.i.ijcrHur ', .u i quarterly, interest' being added on tilt'Jd'rt'tl HAVING. will attend the several Com-Is tlf! I the coi'iplainant take test lmflinc i in I he'Ciiue. bo inserted at the rate of One Dollar per.quire Dwe-jses of V.'titnen and Childr..0.ctIxqtlK an.. :!;
olJy Iiori4a. July 21. ls0.. THOMAS IJALFXELL, of twelve I line i for the first,anti fitly cents torr.ich
t'aY'1Tke Middle Circuit I of Florida, and i in t the that net Couit I.LCTCRCRS. -
the Gofnr-AUI.t : .. adopted' by tin* Company .ecure. A true (opy-,Mtest, JuJze. -jiiriit i nsert i..n. A reisi-s ade! dediicfi n .
( I'rinrille| of. the II S at Tall.lha..ee.1 buines"entiustedto
C. W. DOWNING, to the Itarllt'.lur'lwl benefit, the instances I their carexill R. C. 'I.i.; f't.iptomltallt'IJIon.
"Secret an ol Slat.-' etffctoi, the whole ol the advantages! : withoutwibjeetnu I July 27, t II.">fl.) 23 3n noticesitliout alteration, by persons having S/lrgt'I.-rwlo' R. S..Ni'TO'f'
'.1hh.ol, July; <", I I.:'' '' i. are them to the I etJI'mback: of accumu- i3-: (Ollicein. the Capitol. reju'af' aCl'ount'Ilh the office.All ;/; FREEMAN M. I D Anatomical Demons'rafnr! '
Februaiv I". I li-l'! 7
--- -. '- laud not.. ______._ In Chancery.John announcements' Ilf| candidates for office, FIVE The fees for a full ruirof Lectures amount, '
premi'im
STATE OF FLORIDA. Perron! may oflect insurance "'n their own lives MEDlCAlT NOTICE.--- -- P. Dux-al Complainant', ) P H.t. \ invarnbly in advance. No attention I. one hundred ant! fire d! 'liar*. c

and the lives ol 1 otherii. \ inarned \\oineacaii insure r.. > Hill: of Injunction. will he putt 'to .my order for annollnCt'ml'nt,''Inll'-t. Each ('rofl'.or'f I ticket :I I5. Marticulalor's' ,''.

the life ot her hitand! the lK'ntit of which Dr. Charles T. Darby John Fontanc Defentbtit. ) a'companil.tI'Ith the cash. Demonstrator's Fee $W. Gra
,.secured liy Uxv for the exclusive use ot her-clf or IT! appealing satisfarti'iily to thoCouit tint John All relisrio'is. marrnge, and iftnry! nnticp' pnbliir Those desiring! further information! vil! nldre II ad.
children.Clerg D EPECTJ.TI.I.V annutl1"l'5 I 0 I he public i in!Eh1 Foiitane. I Ihe D li-ndanf does not reside in (this (d < rl"li'Oll.Ihut" | editorial! notice for private their letterpost( pai.Itto the Dran: and.I

and all others "dependent upon! salaries \ t'ralhal t ho has ]>eimani ntly l located huntcll in Slate' but in the St.Ue ol flo.ir; i i : It n hifctnl, benefitrx\, bt chirsedas advertisements.' dentsarrivini in the city will please call nn him "

mon .d \illhpm"l'hu..ot' a resource' Monticello, FlotuLt, and \ i ill I 1 he found at all t times, That I the slid I John Fontane, do appmr and) answer the Commercial I lIoft'l.; R. S. NK\VTO.\ a'
,pecialy! <
are urvivin families maybe secured unless f,r Vssi.mallx 'nt"! Strict attention t\ ill the slid fill of 'In;>i.ictio'i, il1lhi-|| case filed. vxilhiothr tvoflK.Vt Dean of tit t'ae'nLLAW .
their Jon
Jlctiml <]f Srle, Srna'or.A whereby be; paid toII: professional. calls. .-e months from il,ilthereof.. .1ml it n further DEPARTMENT.Hon. .

VACANCY havnur ore"ired\ in the office of from the evils of pcnurv.PimphletseKplaiutorj' of the principles of Mutual Ma) .1,1 sIH.. IS Onltrttl That a copy of this Ord r be published, \ are well prepred to execute Job Work, such of
F- W. M. Professor
cards! blanks &c., with' neatne Kivn theory and,!
bills pamphlets, .
I the } Senatorial Di tricT its. nlvantaewith once a week, for the space of two months, in imo as nrv
State Senator in i I ; and il'.iutratin! -, '
S.'OI.i Lite Insurance, t ice of Law.
1.1. WHELPS n. J.s BI. P. 31. n anl J l'atch.n work of this descriplion
tle from ihe State, the Una. be obtained at the nevM-pijii-r punte-il in I Ihe city of Tallahassee, State
by removal tt Char lnnn, of application may' f.1rt'rfniI hiving yearly accounts x\ilh JOHNDri.FtELi>, F.S.J., Professor of Cllrnmerci
Tweed // tt kcrtbif Or Jerri, That i st. or of of its afort s.li.l. except .
A. : ,
a office of the Cuml'au'a1l any J uri*rru.t'nl'! '
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND the office m.itt t be paid fer: on deli very.
THOMAS 1 n.\L T7.ELL. Juilv.A .
'4 fill *aid vacancy. be held in ;aid! 1.1rit un Mt ady agents.. --- -- TFRJH$V> rr Session.All .
----- -
the 7th dl l y ot Octobw ne\t. TRUSTEES. associated I themselves I tojcther i in I the true ropy-Allt'.t, -- --------
the Seal of HVING OSCAR .\. MYERS, Clerk. Watches Jewelry, &c.npjJE communication' pprfainin!to t thismu..I ,tl'rarltenf
hand and ,
ui4er
of Medicine Snrzerv, & rller their
Gi'f my Cr.at Colliusi David C. Colden, ; : ( he addressed to E- W. M KING ri.Memphis
Jog. n. .
the in Tal- Juno Qji I. I S3i). 2.:, 2m rerci1zc ,
.- tlie State of Florida at Capitol Alfred Edixaid*, cervices 'to Ihe citizens of Quiiicy a.iJ: Ihcdiirround- s-ibscrihers have jut Tenn. Feb. 2IS'O
lW J tahaMce, this 5th day ol J.ly. A. 1 U. IS*;n. Wm fl. H.J.McCurdv IIIop, ,, Wm. I nettif. ill; count my.Quincy. in chancery.John / ; :; -* *CI'' a good supply ul Goods, ,

THOMAS'CROWN, II' 1" 10.. :j t2S... which are
Auzu-t a am nr
FloiidaBy Fid" S. Winston Joseph hunt, .! .__ __ _ P. floral, The Faeulti, for intellectual' abilities' t1
Gttvcrnui of ComI'IJi".tnt'l T'>!>ias (Juld Lexer Watches' fJl
W. Fab, I"aac (-. Pearson, worth and profes-ior.able xvill
the Gnvernor-AtleSt : C. T, Thomas Jeff. Heir, rs. / mil for Injunction.T. Hunting Silxer Levers acquirement! cnlnr
John Yelverton, Henry Wells, raHrahly"llh the most tinui-.bcd! in
n Iloxxnid, Defendant. ) oureoontit
C. W. OtHVNIN'G.Socretarv Mooic.Sticy ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L \,.' L':\pien and plain Watches,
of State.Talhhasaee Theo. Scdi\vick( Win. : appearing to I the s.tt'tisacti!
,?July 21'', 1....'. :' ler. n. Collins' ..- ,\'e Coo!.. T"\7"ILL practice; in !the Ciiciit! Court in each IT T. I 1:. Howard, the Deteid.iiit: does not' reside in Bracelets, liosom: Pin Keys: mn, -;', F.arrint. or any other country-all ofthi'm are able lecturer

JohiiH.! I I .\ itt, J< ni Miller, \ > County ot 1 the Middle Ciicoit., and] in I the Supreme this Sttcbut' in the S'.te! 01 G.>or<.ria : Ith Ofilnnl. Ioom! I Hutton, Sleex Dvitlons and the best teachers.

-I\ ".on.l.nl.. I)j '..'iiiei-y Cordial J..hr.\ W..ds\voith' David .\. Cnmslock, Court and United States' DUtnet Court a That the said T. ,U. I Howard do appear :10,1 l answer Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, Those who will contemplate cur geographical po.

\J and :u,*, S. M. Cornell" %, Robert ? hayler, Tallplpssee.Monticello. the aicl Hill of Injunction, in this care filfd ithi., Gold Pens in Silver I Ca-e, "ition, and the extent of our population can have no,

Mothes's! Friend ale< Liquid" Catharli, ((\\'. M Wilkinj, James. Chambers, ,January' 2!, mis.1 o" t three rnonlhs_from -late hereof. _1ml it Onlirul 1, Silver, Table! Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons doubt as to the etlegibulity. of our situation' fnranen.terpriseof .

Or. Gurdlt'1 AIII.lhli.'n" t -, John V. L Pnivn, J. eph Torkriinan.Fred.Whittlesey That a copy of f this order be published once a week, Marble! Clocks, the kin,I. is tohealth. i:1c1utlinnll,,,.

Dr.luitim.: ,C"mllolnnlll of Xaptha M<>ses 11. Grinnell C tRAWAY SMITH] [W. S. DU.WORTH for t th"1 space of two montlis.! ill nt-": sparer [>rintetl Plated C; stor-", Spoons and Forks, "on d the year, we deny that ANT OTHER CRT

.III1l.7 Toiuc ,TonIc and Vermifuge Cb\ll Jly'm.. J. Bunker ill .the city of 1'.,II.ll1a"e4', State aforelid.THOMAS HAH l\t')RF..
Ihtcl, 1,11. r1J flj] fL] ): TIuM'I Setts of Waiters &.c. &c.
C. Cruscr Eiuene Dutilh A common trror exists in Ihe minds of .
taicina Cordial, John :.\.';ELL: Jud.e.A ; TOWLE & MYERS.: mini )n.d
Rinjjvvorn and letter Ointment French Misturl. Walter Joy, Francis S, Lit lirop, ATTORNEYS AT LAW true copy-.\tl<-,t, March 2M5.V). :MNotice.I nts relative to the place of "tudyin medic,

Or. Spencei' Vegetable 1'ilU and Uiutt. Alfred l'eI!-, J- O Thatcher.: MOXTICKLLO FLORIDA. OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. those who intend practicing am"nrthedie3! JOSEPH( n. COLLINS, Pit', Mrnt. the Westand Sooth honW certainly
C'll1ca't'h'I' '
Of. Murphej Sugar Coated .o"tl1'ermJ, June 2't, I 1-,0. r 3m ,-
1):. Lerax1* "Vegetable I'" I".\\C \1\\1\ \TT, Srcntary.JOs. July 7, IS I1'l. 27.MAXWELL. ---- -- - -- --------- selves at a school hose Faculty are practical! 3(.
lr. Peter' Vegetable! Pills !.LLTNT. C
&litehir*,Eve Salve, and Thomson'.Kyc Water, J.\\11':" 15, G.M:;ILl':, ,\g't., T"llaus.'e.JaI111. A. E. Martin vouchers to the [Honorable Comt ff Probates That the public may be satisfied of the permanat.cy .

JIoflrtt' PlurnK Hi'teifc and Life 1MU, .. I l'!', l-vj. 2yCOTTON rryi1Y: AT LAW Palmer.. for 'the County, of Loon and a.k for a final settlement of :his cdw..l.l we feel it oar duty to hte? ,'thjth
J\
< r discharge Exrcutor cl the lact ill .
Catuli < --- and as \\ Trustees and Faculty forma WIT in acto' ,
Jr. l\rwe' ------
vrup -
Genuine'i Hitter: The above well GINS. V\7 ILL attend all the Couit 1'11111' Middle Cir- Catharine Olis and Charlotte A. Parish. and teitaruent of f Williaa Turner deceased.MVFHEW which auanr xvell for its future SUCCPSH; and t'hr

Ikaaxva and Slouhtou'l iopularr.inedcs: for ilc bv V \ cuit. {jy-: Office over S. F. Burne-x's-' Stoie.TalUhas Dill to sell i residence of e tatof James L. Parish, to TURNER. the peculiar! internal orracizarion xvhirh ronnttI:

SHIELDS: &.(;OIDWlF ee, Oct. U7, lsj'. 42 pay debt: due Complainant.IN Fel.rnarv 2, !htO: ')_ 't I f-ra them, cannot be interrupted.

Jane n. 1*>:0. 23 tlJan! Q'lim-j! 11. .JESSE If.VA'l'SOX, -- -- -- ----- this MING it appearing from the bill which: was F.1.. \V. KING.

-- -- H. BRADFORD, (' i i.i JelFersou Circu't Crt, on the "lh day ot Notice.rrIlf Pre fient oflJit Faculty.

THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, . IS Om .
_ _
m STUKKf. NBXV YORK.Tili1" Palmyra, Isc Coun'y (;coria, Tallahassee I'loriJa : I hat Defendant Cat'harine: Ellis: resj.Jes! 1 this place ku*>x\n as Hiker's Tanvard ha.
GRtI\\'lCI ,
bexomi fie limits of the State of FlortJi namely hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER! J. WILLIAMS
cnll the attenlio-i ot con-. his tends and tl. rW. now on I
t: pn','netors b* to inform ,public rcne- April 20. I Is.-m: i' \ >
in Tea and t ,' hiM-ls. of families. to \WOULD that he continues the-above business -- the, State Abbama! : for silc : and \ ill have fine HOOTS and SHOES I-I-\S ..if..t received per Schr. W R. Pettej fmn

the ebaicc and. tare election 1 >,t Toa. imported: bx in. od! "hl .t, where he will be happy to s'IIIPty| them G. M. DAVIS, // iy tliirefore Orden'>l, That publication be madein mad' to order. 1I..I.a. on hand a superior article of \ Orleans, '
mknoxvn j I this cou.it, which, aitirle. As ani.lt"c of tin sorn- ne.x3pip in 'al.ttiatee Flnridd! for 'tour doobled-soied! NEGRO) SHOE He xvould herr return -
them and hitherto; m with a firt rate Flour Bacon Sides and Shoulders One
.\TTOn t.r: AT LAW months eitizens of Gac-ten! and the :,
bvlheir fras'inre and dclimrx, -.mliintd with *ir- j'lalitx' of hi I*, work, he xxnuld state I that oitl of th *uccesivelx, reii'iiriiu" iid Catherine' Elli his thank 'to the

1 "rarity. anl, trensth, "i,4tict* an infusion of lurrutin tare ">um!>oi' sold by bun the past year, not one lias up his almde at T"lIah".I-e. and xxill to plead n
i jhin'cs.and flavor. fail d to give perfect 1rlitin-and \\<>ud! a* u.f-- II'1.11 i ill I the Coutts of t the Middle Ditnct u the :nrst 1 M'indix ill SepttinlvTn.xti>r Iheiime will them that he will continue, to manufacture Leather For .ale as !lOW a" any. i.ne el-e.

T.r TiC tferl. Ike foThnrin z: E'r'nr'e the name of anr one wh'i )has one i.f hit an.lit\ Fianklri auJ Jacksou Countie-5. \he:taken pm CHiifnvo, afid) *.! down for hearing ',- I Hoots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gad.den I April ><\ I-S."M: I. I 15

lUo Cloota,. Black GI't Tea, at Si OH' per 111d. (,ill' in u''. lie is iatendiu2toenlarzehUet d'hshcoiHiderabH March !1), 1 h.'"'rJ. ') pllltt at the Fail!I Term of said I Court. County, near Quincy. He will be ulad! at all times -- --
Te .. TaOI.JJ4TZELL., JuJ'e, fee. to exchange of t I the above articles for Oak Bark, To Builders and Contractors.
-, 0 7: input I tn! i. \'.>;r, 1 II\ which: me.in In- will ------- any

Nipt". do u., :t' he ena'ted to (ill'or.Krhich i l h-t t t't'1: !h i<. \\a unable Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c. May 7, ISSO.I Hide rrippled nesrro boys, or his own paper. PROPOSAL e ill be received bynshfr:
.
O acct, :Green Tea, 1 do. *' 0 1 inSiMr'fM.,to.-iGporsia. I lit't Ii i jill, C. G. Fin :, Clerk. can have emploxment..
Toa-tsus, : '1 I NASH & TAYLOR for furnishina material 1 ad! erecting' o.If..in I te -

.. Tidct ia*, da. ( that eveiy year'experience enables him to make a OULJ> jiect'ily! inform Iheir Maxu, |1"-,0. is jn Tallahassee February! 2. IS.'O..V. n. MCMILLAN..J lyCOMPANY town of Madi-m, HOUSE OF WORSHIP ol r ih* "

*' UJ-fi Mivture, acompound qf little better article.Oein \\ fl i..lids ami! the, |'ublir, I that the In Attachment. ----. folloxving dimension,to wit : .1;feet meg bySSfertxvide
itr -- ---
the most rare and choice a practical mechanic. and xxith:il,.li ""MLC. i d iiave |i'Us; fI'cci\', rI a new siljiplv- ol irood?, JETNA INSURANCE "iU:, a 10 tee port.co in front, main bm nr:
Teas 1'own <'n tl.e fertile that none hot Gin of the wry fir
and C.MU*! *oil of \11m. .* I O!) in his.hup.hl'feels n'e in5!..vaH nl 1::1 t thi" ntooperMcto Soaps &c., Sue \ li kim, added t to, tlii-ir ti..rnurttji'k. u. V Debt 5SI J &1. HA! R ITOrtb, CONNECTICUT.TUILDING balcony! on top insftlt- of 'hnildins 'to he ceiled ''r-r
,
With tviewtoencoarase the i n'rCli.ciuI of t hfQtfc.tt.i ; the .tiffactjf of the purchaser. !JleA I not lont" since nci-ixcil tlak..s thiir asnll. John Unse. } <<,,Stocks, :rind 1 Cotton in Ware-house head and on each side i a* high as the fops of the

: Teas, it i* the intention
; !)'itoHv! lot, amanffths t pur.ba'e"a quautj' their ;lant, tioiw. : do I nut wl.h te purchj Medicines, can call and examine will take: notice of th>' ii-titotirn: of the a'tove LEWIS fc AMES, finish d in a neat :workmanlike manner.
the 1 Agents, Tallahn ''. for
o1 f Te.cjail to years' All etncnts ma< Jrunrv 2' !tIt. Bond with approved security will be required
__
our stork of PClflltner). Soap, &.c _.____ ______ ___ ___ -
eir
tfc- |packaj..1 ninn',.r.1 p" .- '. pntitlnl tone promptly: attcnde.l to. -. ------ on 'JI h(.("I I t the, next Fall Ttrn of sail Court. Garden Seeds. TETtM .-One half cash when the contr <1' Nsisned

chance' 11 the diilribution, fur every c'"itkii 53-Uepairiug tirociIy; done in the most dlJr4hlt. S. S. Knight t.H \.W\\ .Mrrif(, I L \R<1E iss..rtment of fresh GARDEN SEEPS and! the other when the bnildinz iHtttl.rl i

"I flirt, and on the ftei"tt| .KTV'H'itiiu; to '21,000 manner.: Attoiutv 'f..r riaintiff.Jnl \. i l'.r r.-ceiwd (from the celebrated garden: ol G] Persons disposed tr t id, can b4im more sper ir:,
thi wiiennentioned f"It1 ff! Tea to the value of "5. He is also Aznt fir the :al<. of C'hl"tn1: WILL continue biisincb!> at his old stand, \\ here f, l lCjO>. 2f 3n, R. Gatret'.oflOib Lou 4. Island. For ale by information and also sees dralt tt ,h bmldire.: ; h)

1e per cent., or t\1 I l I"Ia'd dollar will be given mMl's & Co.'- CAST I IRON I ORE I POW(: 't- I hopesto' '.\ .i it fill .uel: .1'l his friends as have LEWIS 0 ..t.IES.January per-onal application to either rf the nndeninel.l lPropoali

away ** boEl.sP. tr.ordin'r to ,tiP following scale: G\U MlLL in Soutn\-tern! Ge-.rsia am! Flmida.Cont hcretoloie extend tl I v liberal a pttrollaU-.l'lltl lii Notice.AL' .">, l,:.O. 52 \villal-o be received 'for erecting the l

:.prizes of .I l'i*. Te.v at >$! 'I t. 2"(0 'lb,. or 32*>9. acs cin be madevith. my Tiaxellin A, ,'itlny jug that all shall hdxe
'l U 2b I i4I. :II U : 0, \ i inforUlat ion \vanted wit h regard to I lliecmt' ..nuloperation ) -April---I -2s.-I ht--!ti.' _-_Ii -tl(\r nature a!jiii-t! the e-Ute' of the late' ;A: Icoliolic C.vtrncl Cannalii* Indus JOHN McGF-HEE,
6' 10' t It1t. .tl$) of th. mills.I l be obtained bx adilreixinz JTX Collodion or l.i'll1ilhesi'e) Plaster, ARCIIRALDFAIR,
: :f. t sc r-\n rPHE Quincy Male and Female Academy. Rober! Larkin., deceased t. are hereby reijuebted to :
11" i a 4* 1 0'1, :JO c 4' 510. inc .it P. lmxra, Lee CountjGeorgia.; J, re-opemd Jaiiuuiy 7th. The recond : pre-sat the same to Me"it hill ,the tune prescribed Phihtoken' Nervine D. S GRAHAM

: 1" *' 1 (O, 2:) 4' 2', March :O. 1-0. 12Agency lx* 0 ill commence June Oth.' Student may entr sfssiou ala ? bx- lax otherwise the. XM ill!! l It' lorexer barred.Administratrix Nerve and Done Lhirnpnt. For GOLbWIRE.sale hy JOHN L, MILLER.
SHIELDS & RUSSELLBuilding
time d1ll in I hI'ar., after the second cik I I.N(2F:, LAIK1NS, CHARLES
; 'InI. \
42) pt.iv1 in all. 20 if) Hn. $llf" of ; the ealeof R. Larkins. June 1":, !I"j')). 23 tlJan Quincy' Fla. Comnnltee ;
on :
ot t 'the session they will be charged only from the
Those p4 r'ons ,'bl prefer loxver. piizcd" Tea, can DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. time of' onterinz.' Hoard max' be had at prices varxmz. ____ti1i.t_ ; 3. I""t". :30, "-A Midison.Jnly 13, I<-/). '7 -It ,
receive their prizes in j.roi orM ,ii, or they will be Tin ?Ianufactory.HAVhiG Savannah Geurzian. Charleston ilcrcnry >r
l)ULMONAHV \LS\M, Pectoial Kxpeclorant, ;. from o'i to I'') per mOil I h. For further pailiciilaia 55-:
!ri-ptirchss for cash at a deduction of I JO percent.Agents N otiCC.Ar. Macon Telrsraph x> ill once a week for t'lf .
L J'nltnonarx, Litui.fnt Pure and Mciliriiul! Cod I see printed catalogue, which max be obtained en;aued iitional! 'workmen we are copy
f Cnt.'r%' re'luiret Applications' to be Liver Oil, Anti-Fx\ pc-tic| Mixture i t Nerxine, Ver- by application to N. II. STEWART persons haxin? demands against !the estate of to .fill all orders in our line in a xxetk. and torxrartl hills to this Oflicc-; .-.-. i

dr.s(post paid) ; ) Depot asJoneft iniln' e, Uepnrati\e! i S rup. I Heait I Corr<": 1' lt'). ? Principal. J hn M. Harrington late' ot Jt Slerxon County, prompt and satisfactory man liEf.11 orders from -

Q n\e 3m Correetoi' Cough and Cathartic PilN, Female Pill, deceased will present 'them to 'the undersigned) xxith the country will receive immed-ate attention. A Music Teacher Wanted.
21
Ij Female Speciticc.., & ., u-cd by him llh'antl' Notice.A in thelime prescribed! l by law, othf-rxxise' this notice liberal discount given to mercha .ts and dealer. LAD qualified! to give les-ons'n \tll' 'ifPa:'t.

Nunn's & Clark's and with unprecedented ,Micct- in the trcatiiient' r>f LL creditors lecslees, and per'on? entitled to xxill hi pleaded i in bar I thereof! ; and all I persons inddlft.tlwill T. WIIUrES CO. A ins, and Dr.t\\ing, M.I.; learn ot a desirable i

Cold<, Coughs, Coiiv.iniption, Asthma, I"It-art Ii tELF.RRATEO PIANO;:-warnti! C|, -ae D\lfIoi.! Sci(4ula Skin li, Uluuniatism late tlf Leon Contitx deceased l.trtbx notified' CAROLINE HARRINGTON, Adm'x.Jdfr"ull JnlhII. }. 2-7 -1
V_ that .hir claims and its minds will be ham red at (he .
-- -- -- ---- i iPer"
.ffiilian Attachment--t"/-Pianos with Tune Fitch's unequalled Pat -nt Silver Plated Abdominal -.xpi.. .tiuii ol l\xo\ear< trom this date, unlc, the Notice. Sr.\TEOF FLomrA. 7 AT CH.\3inr.n*, New Goods,

h'e'be had Suppoiti-r-; \\t. FitchImproxM I Patent carne are 'xhilit..tl'ultl' subscriber; and all persons Wa-hinston County. ) March S, l.> Llewellyn" from New-York.

by able application Jieds! The to ..auce.dJalf D.lianli'8u. Steel Sprinz Shoulder Uiacc ; Dr. Filch's Silver Inhaling who haln demands jisiinst the said deceased! are SIXe after date, I will make application to the matter rf Siori Smith, Gtridun tf RobertE. T1F.ST; SPERM OIL 20 kec and i l.l'glM

June 1, l"'t''). 21 Tu'ia.' hereby notified' \ I'r-l uii' t them xxithont, delay, and Jud. e of. Prolritc tor JetleronCountx IN RiiiS, miner him of Robert Kira, decras: 13 Whale: do Pox\ier! I
t those I indebted i to said e-t,a It- aie now called upon Ic' ; 'for letters of admi..i lrlinn on the estate' ff On the petition; of Stephen J, Roche and James M. Lard do 20 Oz. "\1p. Suip.IiW.(
DR. FITCH'S CF.LF.I'.ltATED: SIX LF.CTURF.S make immediate toPAFIUCK John A. Hrooks, late ot JeiTcrson Co'ny. deceased.J Sion Smith. Guardianas
jiaxnu-nt! Lon?, securities, praying that Linseed do En-rUsh CalN: t'l.
GUN SMITH I I ING
on I theprcventunandcuicof Consumption' Asthma, SMITH!, Adm'r. OSH U.\ TA YLOr.(J Sf-n'r. alrrcsaid ma) be required: to cive new securities Castor d Otl1lm' Eli\irofOriuI

Diseases i of the Heart, &.C., and on the m<,tlnd of June l l.:, 1 ISVj o.:} S\v Jtflcpon County, Jill -J7, Is V). 2? Cxv in luu of petitioners, or in default thereof, that said din bottles! ) Sal' SOd. Potash.

('UN-SMITH WORK H descriptions, done preserving Health and licaoty:" to an old a-ze. 1 his Smith be removed from said Guardian-hip : It appearing h Olive Oil, Prench5-F.nSli-f'Jfa'i'ltl1':

'._.J with I the utiifi! (,i Precision and Despatch b:' hook should be i in cv iv a miii ly.. To I the Con!ump- Bacon, Pork, and Flour. Notice to the sati.-far tion of this Court that said Tanr.rr's do Allspice Pepper Gir.rr

the sncritwr.: 'it hiss'.u: ,) next door to Dr. J.rutl's.Particll. t tixeit points; out the) only uaonallc\iQ\ic\ : for relief. HAMSIDF AND SHOULDKRS IS her' .h\- civcn cixen that at, .the next .\ "iont f the Sion Smith, Guardian ot Robert E. Ru-s miner heir Sweet do nd'ute.. Alura,s !"*"'.

ar. att i<- ition t \paid\ \ t 1.1.country orders, and the To mothers the directions it unes for the care and BACON' M I
patronage: ; ol t all! solic'.J.n"r education of children are invaluable. "SUU copie 2U St. Lou,i i" Flour, Mil be made lor an act .of inc-r( orjtio' fur ol,' the State of Florida, but in one of the States of Coach eTo Pa I ley'; P-i n Estnttor

: Iellalrcd, Je.. .Vc.CIIAKLCS. DEMILLY.: ol this book have pas"ed tlironajb the pu.s, and the Just received per Schooner W. R. Pcttes and for Leon L.diceNo- .".. I. O ol O. the United) States to wit: the State' of Mississippi, 30 kegs No 1 Ji, pure Whit Saerata! Ccrax

sale continues unabated. For sale by S, S Filch & sale by J. M. WILLIAMS. J. W.\YU- .uar.. Stculiirtf.Jnlvgn IiIO that notice of said petitioners cannot be se-md Lend, Turkey Opnuo,

Tallahassee. May. 21, 1 hO. f Co., 707 IioaO\va! --- ---- --- --- --- :
SHIELDS & GJLflW1R1. It i.. thrrffore Oufnaf, That. the said Sion Smith, Per Vessel
sane ,
DR. WILLIAM BRADFORD
I. Quiticx, Florida.Ocj" Just Received. NoticeTSheroy Guardian as jfi-r.aid,do appear and an vxri said pe A few barrel Northern Flour" fancT braDd"Also

Office, frs Door \ Judge alzcl' Dr Fitch's Guide to Invalid- Directions to given I that at I the retting of the next Lop- .titioner.xithinfnur months frcm the date of the a few superior Cross Cot and Mill lW

May 2", ;( 2'> persons using Dr. fitl'lI'1j Remedies,to be had, gratis, I 10 000 POUNDS BACON SIDES i 01 the State' of t'1"ridaIr"li"a''ion will first t |'ubn.ition! r-f this order, or the said petition Per New OrleU:5
\ "W. R. Fettes" from
tiIJIJI; Shoulders
111'1.U ,
of all lin Agents. and tie thereof
xvill be taken conftsxod
-- -- --- - --- be mad by a Company for the grant of a charter lo as prayer
THE TRUE MEDICINAL June 15, ISM. 2T tlJan UOJ? ( Ibs. plain llan' make tic Wacissa and Orilla !Rivers: navigable, from granted! : Pioriilrtl, That a copy of this order be Bacon Sides, Rice, Lan!,
__ u 5 I tierces Su. ar. the moith of the Ocilla to the head xxatcrs of theVmTacj published oncea some nexvspaner .
COD LIVER OIL SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 41) barrels Flour, "saJelfeon publUhtd within the State of Florida. I hams. MIases,

in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption just received a laitp; and\ general as ort- 30 u" Whi Il'\'. County.' July 20.' IS",0. gs 3m WASHINGTON TABOR Mess Potk, Sugar
USEFUL HAVE
10 Mess Pork
:\lnDa. Hi onchit is,Coughs, I of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals! JiuUe of Probates Washington County. ON HAND, CII;
lr :1
and all diseases of the t art LUI A tupplxol ) Paints, Oil, and Dye Stuffs, which they will tell 3 Iriids. New Piime Notice. April i t 27, ISSO. IIi ,(Irn Gin Rand Leather Oil Carpel Rub

this valuable. medicine is just 1 rec,'tvcil, xvhith un I the most i H'a.s'iiidMe terms lor cash or approved 43 Orleans Sugar, rtimth*after date, the undersigned, Adrninis-! Lining Skin*, for r rri3 fS,1c.
NaiN SIX
warranted pure, and of very suptrior'lllil.v.FOI' credit. IVrsomvvishin "IIUilll'i unadulterated' medicines 3 barrels kegs Old,notl1 IJ1)nrni..1iI' ', of I the lute Robert Fisher, \\ ill present Notice to Turpentine Makers, Cip and Call do. For WILLIAMS> "' by .
sale by! :", will do tell to call and examine their stock } t their liml accountnnd) xoucherslolhe I Jnd. p of Leon J M.
Ilr.indy.Kiim: Gin:; Porter' and other irliclesxxhich to who wish to enter into the
__ !Ma)' '= 1SVJ. '2 Tallahassee. Fla. before puichasinzelscxvheiu.Quiucy many Probate Court and a;k for a discharge from said cs- OR any person may June 20, Is50. 25 -.
will with xv'.iolias :
be sold for a xcrv small advance cost. business. Aoun; man, a family
June 21 llJan
15 ISSJ. late.
Private Boarding House.plN Rein! ; ik-torriiinc-il to give bargains, all shah., !find i it I II R W. FISHER: ) had several yean experience in making Tui pen- .
I then interest. to gixe the subscriber a oil bi fire pnrchasing. tine, in the vicinity of Wilmington, N C., and who Blacksmithing.MIE
twelve Genliom.-n can be as Peas. W. IL FISHEK.5AdmMJuly injirltJ
atOnoI'et s. S. KNIGHT. understand' the rrc.Ce5 thoroughly, wishes 'to take nnder isicd rwpcctfn f 11'
II I F.
J. Day iaiderat I the le&idencu ot .hn l J4Io1. 1 A BUSHELS of PEAS; fur sale byLJ ?/. 1"-, QS r.m Ibat,baf1rl
Tallahassee, June f, l lc3ij." 2J charge of a business, the en Monroe nt reel, next house to the stoic occupied S. S. I KNIC.HT. Sh hI
!' 1 Notice. numncr of hands are employed toalloul hima .. ,_ .ilovcda superior Hois e J
,:' liy Mr. Leon lkyan, on desirable terms. Also one June ?, I JSV 21 that Ii1 e i'
____ __ Pure Sulphate of Quinine. liberal salary or an interest in the business. For now prepared to execute ail work in
room, unoccupied, fut a gentleman minths alter dale shall
Jllrti.he tOW we apply to the
ant or t\\'o single jC'lt lemen. i Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and SIX I Judge of Prob-ate in and 'for Renton further 1 H 1 Middle particulars'Florida., address W. IL H., Madison C. superior} manner and on usualltrD1s. F. p.y$& .,

TallahaceMayIl '). IS ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,xxhich t hey Count ; from '
further
: I his Expectorant Hair Tunic .l\t- },tor a discharge any administrated June f
15 %
COMPHISING have obtained duect and iSoO. 23 3m June 2'IS50.:; 2 [ _
-------- ---- Dye, Carmir.itive' Bal am. Tonic Irom Ihe manulacUirers, oll''the estate' of Charles Lain;;, deccaied, late of -

Fruits, &c. i Vermifuge.Sjiiative Pills and Atjiie Pills for Bale by they will warrant it 'to be a superior article. IJenton County, South Flonda. Cost!UT
at
i
SHIELDS! it GOLD WIRE, We have enlarged our stock of Diugs and Medicines C. T. JENKINS I ) Settle Up I Great Bargains Goods *
OtNCHS. CLOSIGb
AJm'u.
RAISINS.. 'DS. t tS. JI1'' I 15, '1S.V 23 tlJin Quincy' Fla. by recent an ivalif,and are prepared execute J. P.. ALLEN, .s ALL perspns indebted' to the undersigned fur sub- lIE subscriber being desirous of III:

APPLKS ---- ------------ --- order i lot articles in our line, at hole-sale or retail June 2", I IS.7X) 21 Cm pt IOn to the Tallahassee ibm idi.1I1 from oral I :MERCANTILi BUSINESS in this "G) DS
_
IRISH POTATOES.MACKKUKLin : S. I*. IOV1ISCIlL' Sal'saIHnilia. on the must accommodating terms. any time during the years 1&37 and IS It', or for advertising otTer for sale at COST his entire STOCK 3fST\PLt.

half vam.l.and kit ts D Dr. Sands' d..). We have also few accounts )'ellln( tons for I the Notice.SIX.Moiths or job-xvork during said time are informed consisting of all kinds, both FANCV an I' and

PICKLKD: BEKK TONGUES, Dr. Wood's do. year Hd!. They are generally in small amounts after Ihe date of this notice I will that the books and accounts are in the hands of Geo. ; DRY GOODS Ready-made CIotlun&x,! 'U

Just received and for sale bv Dr. Hull's, do. bat if I the xx hole Could be paid shortly, xxonld go vouchers and accounts to the lion. W. Hutching, Esq..) for !settlement xxho is duly authoried 'Shoes Hardware, Groceries, and all olltdIEB':

JOHN McDOUGALL. Dr. Comstock's do. far towards 1i'luidJtingeelhin sums whir x\eoxce. Judge of Prob;ile for Leon County' for a final settlement to receive and receipt for any and all monies usually kept on hand for sale in lhiniarKei r- iroC'

December 22. 1S49 5''( Dr. Cum to"k's Pain Extractor. LEWIS & AMES. and discharge from the Estate: of Dr. I. D. so due me. CHANTS I PLANTF.RS: and FAMILI I fc>
""""" For sale by SHIELDS: & GOLDWHIE, June 8, 13CO. 22 Newton, late of said County deceased.PATRICK It is earnestly hoped that any :and all persons indebted I of purchasin-!, would do well to call and blr;

Pain Killer.A June 15,1VXJ.I: :;I 23 than Quincy, Fla. SMITH, Adm'r. will give this notice due consideration, and his :stock (a> it i is entirely new,) be'' rl fi"EY'

-.-- ---. Groccries.JUST March 23, 1S-. 11-Cm settle without! celay, antI -
FR8'1 supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killer.jiwt Provisions &c. received per schooner Petlin from New Or. necessity of going to Jaw for .the same. i Tallahassee, July! 27, lv;'"< n.j
2\ and 'for sale ,
by
rech.d Lard Oil Notice. July 21, 1 IbSO. 29 S. S. SICLEY.
T. WHITE CO., Agent I IlAPxPiELS MESS PORK (pure.) .
Novet ;ber 17, IS40. 45Nails. & L14 C do. Prime do. Kvtra Sugared Hams, SIX months. after Ihe first publication of this no Flour, Bacon, Lard, &* tr\i' !

3 Kegs Leaf Laid Plain Hams, ', I shall apply to the lion. James Uioome, Bacon, Flour, &c. received from New Oi leans,rersedJ

2 hall. barrels CranbcnK'9, Rectified Whiskey. Judge ol Probate' for Leon County for a discharge received per Schr. W. R. Pe-ttes from New fUST .
R. Pt tIes,
I hilt clear tlid.. Bacon, Also in Store- Irom (the administratorship of the estate' of George JUST LOlds.
OrV KEGS .Agawan and Fall River Cut Nails, just 1 do. htiould r do.lW Clear Sides, Shoulder1 Young,deceased, late of Leon County, Florida. Clear Bacon Sides, Flour-Ohio and St.

O\J icccived and (or Hale bvMcNAUGHT "t I1bl" S'' Louis Flour. Mu1ai('', Sl Louis Flour, DAVID D." YOUNG Shoulders, Karon Sielrs nn l ;1101iItIcr'La

& ORMO.VD.Ncxvport. 5 do. planting Potatoes Rio Coffee/ GO Sacks Salt, &c Stc Adm'r. of George Young deceased. Sugar Cured Hams, r.l Molasses and Sisr.uJS.

April 13. 1 Is'rt._14_ 1 hhd. fine Sugar, For sale cheap by A. E. HOC. March Ifi, lb'0. ly Gin Kio: Cotree, For sale by J. I.V IL .

Saratoga Water. 20 bushels Petit. Gulf Cotton Seed, June 29, 1 850. 25 White Wine Vinegar, May II. IS:5;<' I _-
10 barrels Roclified Whinkey. -- Notice. No. I Mackerel,

Cf\ DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water. just re- Just rec'd. per chr. W. H. Pellcs and for sale by Flour. months after date, application will be made. Leaf Lard Brought to Jail
sC\J ceiveJ and tor ale by J McNAUGHT & ORMOND. AFRESH supply Family FLOUR just r-ceived SIX the Hon. Judge of Probate 'for Leon County Extra St. Louis Flour Missouri Mills tbe
McW AUGHT Si. ORMONDNexvpoit k "Llewellyn," and for sale bvMcNAUGHT Leon Count 054 iui
0 Ih.10. 9 for latter of dismission Colgate sale Tallahassee
for
from ty
rl'wporlJlrrh!::!!_ the estate of Thomas Soap '.IN about .
.
., April 13, IS50' H & ORM1ND. E HOC. stanf, a boy $\
A negro
While deceased ;
late of said County. July 27, lS. a 2' 1' (r ,*
New Books. Newport, June 29, JSRcfrigcrators:'/. SAMUEL( C. WHITE Administrator.May hilr daik 'oml'le.'ini1. about jiIN,;Jl,,1 .
I" !
Plow Iron. FINE eleclion! of ,the Novels ot the day togetliiT IS, 1S.)0. 19 Cm A Cooper Wanted." of age, who says his name d Dcall'bhe <

aQsortmenl of wide Iron, saj S, 0, and 10 in- A with many others, such as rur(;' Life and Meat Safes. NE who can make TURPENTINE BARRELS, belong to Solomon Waters n-qnestcd! I to coWII

4 AN .., mutable for Ploxvireceived: per Schooner I and Travels Huinboldt't) Travels 1 Kambkr in Mexico LANDING) from Park "Llexvellyii" an asf.Imeiit Mackerel. O and comes xvell recommended (for industry. can Georgia.; The owner i him i is\Va JJiT.rJOllN -

Abelludfjrtaleby LU GUll;"!, &.C-, for bale byMcN.uG1IT \ named articles, for pale by NOS. 1 and 2 in bbls., .t bbls., and 4 hbls, fur find employment at fair xvapei. Mike application he, law, and take II" RIIODE&
*. .MeN\IGIIT: k 01JMOND i it OKMOND.Ntwnorl MeN\UG liT & OIIMCNNexxport ''cby s. s KNIGHT to lcNAUGllT & OIDlOXL 1'1 tf

I NYxvpoi', Mairh I'i I} tf I II .Vpnl 11. \I'n'). II 1 I June ':9), I 1Sf). June 2'J' I 1s30. Newport June .'9, ul-( July :r:, hi

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