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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 31, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-UY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FA. SATURDAY, AUGUST; 31 1850. VOLUME H-KO. 34.

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For the Flon.l'an & Journal. !sentiments misgivings i and all that soit of bles occupied !cut corners, which hold and
cifc among when he did, be left victim andwatrr. .
1 one lo The cost i is rJtbalfp." rnuch3j11 Durability and Decay of Plank Beads.A
not Sic. thing but I certainty saw something in thatman' ,\ pumpkins, potatoes melons,Ac., I together I
Forget not Me-Forget frt punish another /for before I could prevent it. lead and it i is thought to bf more durable heal road renewal either
plank require a
that f did like with may
countenance not > I
i tli- moment a oi'venizon, : h-
quarter some his
In diiiauJ clinie' at>tien> far vita} I set my errs u.onhim' In a grulF voice and "kjli of animal I ex.uniiii'd: jerked the I"tf!!i who set"hrlt"k..tlllk teeth quite through the haKarm, !"* i its: protection again.t fire and water.- 'because it hat worn out at the top by the travel .
Where mermaid rheer the1 i-irg day, he business 11t! a )lunatic. Should this rmlerial prove to be what is now t upon it, or because it has been destroyed at .
I told him I believed ]
8,1.d my n 'll. | the frame be-
a The
.Am! dune* I\\"n' the' charging hour, I had lo nwar IJe same stale theywere released
'.i hd rcral d' II* and era-shell hn\\' e.i of I him.! His neck was frightfully torn, t tho result will b fortunate for the enterprising enough to mako it profitable to its build. 0
asking accommodatio'is. After ,
Orfluatinjr free in moonlit tea, city hesiia. tali'l from the woods ; :liJIllciolhil"p"n ; /but lie got no sympnihy, fiom( n.e. 1.was resolved proprietors. Similar discoveries at the we.t red, it will{ wear out first, and if it doe, it will ,
ting a moment, he asked me lo enter. A ii wa coarse enough! fora henuit.lilt .-
that should"not
"JV cleave the wave and dash the*"}- female lal I I hf escape. 'I bound have been already favorably introduced! to the have earned abundantly! enough to replace it '
wag seated in the corner. urns : what struck! me as being little him ,1
Forget not me--forget not ice! : 1:1 : singular. as I l had I: done his companion in iniquity: ; public ; but this one in Springfield !i3 said to tw ice over as we hall sec presently. The ,
rock fireplace. She seemed busied, I that the head of
sail bed
turned
was : was toward while' he maintained .
inHI'1 a moody 5.i] 'tire, IiPlil'aled present more substantial qualities for the use liability to decay is therefore a secondary consideration :
When p*+ ine- at the wn rt bour, in;; a piece of meal t that was hiding over the the part iin: *e, arating the Iwo toouis, curses I the do I 'bond her
upon {; to which it is found adapted, than any etherdiscovery on roads importance. As to natural -
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the ever siea-ashM shoe c, fire. I'' struck rne I that I had neverseen a and light opposite the pillow was a wide
round his
Upon neck
mort apron which was all I the surgical of the kind yet made known.---A'. decay, no hemlock! road has teen in use
With heart 1111 jojocs and as bright :apathetic looking; countenance than hers. She clack, which had: the appearance of having aid he got from me. Lion now seemed 1" Sun. !long enough: to determine how long the plank
'vnclei in the iigld- hardly noticed She might lie 1 hero left there by .
flashing design.
\I te ; my entry. fully I very well satisfied with the arrangements, and --- - -- can bepre.-rvcd from rot. Seven years is
The faetnory and fancy free }ears old. (Her fi'l was remarkably lonj I I began to fl't queer (and this is not just laid! down in the coiner, and watched them A New Cement. a ftirerafYp. Different species of hemlockvary ,
A. ocean broad before ttiy tight- and wrinkled to a degree lo excite curiosity. the word to express 'vhat I mean) I had a with much calm philosophy. The Montgomery Advertiser contains the and upland timber is alwaysmore
greatly
not nif-forget not me Her t nose was sharp and skinny as WHS indeed large sum of about me to We ;
Forget money enough I remained with them; until m'rniig.: I following notice of a new and valuable Cement durable than from low and wet counties.
.M other limes in other scenes. her whole face. The headgear was wholly tempt the cupidity) of my entertainers at any con not say but I enjoyed our triumph as well discovered i and prepared by Mr. Remington of 'hrt pine roads In Canada generally last about

IVbere, bird*carol in thousand strain, indescribable, and from beneath it grey hairs rate, as Iheit actions had already convinced I t as Lion did, as they were certainly old offend. Bridge notoriety. If Advertiser is not dt" eight years varying from seven to \ .- .
tomb and fra&ranl 1Qw'To ..- were visible. Her entire dress wa quaint" me. How{ easy it would be for them to ,shoot' er., as it was proved afterwards in a court of ceived as to its properties it will prove a mot The original Toronto road was used chieflyby
'Midi: ercen
ic "" their and untl\ anything I had seen. I could hard. me through the crevice while I slept. TI.t! 1.just.ce. A* good fortune would have it, armn valuable discovery. tnain having steamboat wood and at the
Mo j'riding rO'\"fJ- ,
ArId! Nature free, with thrilling glee, ly keep m} eyes oil her. Sn<*. as well as the idea got possession: of me fully, and I could not I passed the next morning, by whom I sent Remington Cement.We witnessed a few end of not six years began to break throughin
Re-ertioet oft t1H..tllf'rr '- mar, glanced at my pick t I laid it dou n.- drive It away. I would have fastened the I, word I', the nearest settlement, of what had I days since tome very extraordinary results! places! and not being repaired, was principally
pean The latter was a r- erse looking person whose door, but there wag nothing to fasten it with occurred. from a few of the most simple and cheap in.rt'dientsthe at the end often years. Having
Forget not me-forget not me countenance: appealed more indicative of i and I was impressed with the idea that the I Before the } gone
e : opacity ten o'clock ofR'nrlers were in most important being common bet-ii poorly built badly drained, not sanded
The old hearth-stone' when crated near, I than villan}'. i duIlcrltJ: not! come in that direction. I If I the bands of the law. They were conveyed sand. We saw them mixed before our eyes and no care bestowed l upon it, indicates the
With kindred hearts and fiends mod dearLmg I To my questions he repliedcry civily nf i rlwlld Lon was there to apprise mcvof it.I I to the nearest jail: where they awaited (their in two or three minutes and spread or rather minimum ufJuraUIit).. Oak plank cross-walk ,
years unseen now met *:maAn I'' ter I entered, and he, had got a view of my i: I threw oIl my coat and bustled about as I I trial, which took place about two mouths alter. poured upon the roof of a house, where, in a are In Detroit, the plank being laid flat as on
converse sweet there holds its rei;u- I person. I learned from him what I had fl". I though;; I was ;undreing.. I put my "j"tlilnnder I Tt: y were sentenced to ten years' imprisonment fet.v hours it became so bard-?r) perfectly) so. those of pine. It is believed that oak plank
And cheerily time elides bj the. petted for tIle last half hour-lhat I had taken ray pillow and laid down ; but swb: annaccountable which all I he circumstances considered: in a couple of day, that it could be with great well laid, would! last at least twelve or fif ef nyears.

In one deep wgh but In cat he* name I the wrong road. u and terrible sense of evil press j, was not too much. I believe if ever they difficulty broken errs: with the severest blow Out st of sleepersviil outlast two
Fiirget" not me-forpct n..t me! A kind of telegraphing: } look! place! l between I i ed upaii me that I could not think of sleeping. j live to fief t out, they will kill old Lion, should of an axe.V c suppose it would not be doing planking Several Canada roads have }been
I the two, after which I was InlorneJ that Ii i Lion too, appeared uneasy-came and put his : he survive their punishment ; and he no doubt justice to the inventor or discoverer i to mentioni rehid the old sleepers, thus much lessening .
upon
And when the world ti hll"h'd and stiff I could 'stay.' This did not appear to me f I pates| upon the bed tt'r.fpw jjjinuies. I j will for he is still as strong and healthy a doj i! the ingredients, but we may say that they are the cost of renewal. '
As oft and oft the heart Mull thrill ,ery great favor since I had a chance to ob. t thc? went back to his pct by the door, and I as you can find ans vhi're. No rnfJllewuld ;1 very cheapastly abundant! in almost every --. ---. -- -----
And sibrateInunopokenthemes, serve my host t nnd hostess. laid down with a kinc of feverish anxiety. j tempt me to part with him. He i ii now look.j locality throughout the United State, and t the} QlIC.AU 1-t lam, 1950.t .

And fa"ril's bright ol bji.RorxJ scenes The meat upon the coals was set upon ih. I At last I 11 'iJlc,: ei, and rIOr't! Most musically I j lug quietly' in my face a* I write this; -for. I process or rationale: perfectly! simple, that a .\ a regular meeting of Olive; Branch Division .
All sliming free thro' memory tub! at Ipn_lh. 1 was in+'iNd! to partake or f it, i ; but I nut fill: to through; the have been tning lo nuke him understand l } child? could! make the mixture it requiring not NO.' .">, Sons of Temperance, held in
AnJ changing: quick like waking dreams- I which} I did with my host, who had !><*en ab. '!I
I IVgi-t: not tne-forget not tie :,. I II I Rent, and returned a few minutes (tfm rny : doing. They laid down upon: the bd which pmpriety of having; his likeness published with water, slightly: elastic and a non conductor ol' : preamble and resolutions! were unanimously .

j I arrival. During my repast, Lion tTa. I stood in the loom, without taking d1 thtircltbei this sketch ; but he &Jahis! head graiely. electricity-three qualities or properties which adapted : 't!
THE PEDLE3 AND HIS DOG lion by my side, f'cei; lug a purtiuii, as he aI-I and were quiet until I bean to IH/rt, !i 1 as much as to say- render it peculiarly fitted to the objects for I WiiEREA": has pleased All-wNe Providence .

AN AITOBIOCRAPIJY.BV way did. j I t thfI' I II and them whipi What; were mySt'nsali..us j j "I I don't rate about it master-everv, worthless which it was intended by the inventor or ii!i.- lo remove by death our worthy brolier J
J. n. nom 'o-. WfU had f.ihld. I drew away from the I i \\'ieu', I haw them nri Som years ago, I traveled through n pop. Ilion j. board aCd tl.il m a paper from my;, pocket the man: ta\f! the gun I Irmn beh.nd: the bod t? days. :Remington thinks its durability equil 1 Division of the Sons (Temperance lo enter
of Michigan. I went on (out, ser rode. as I pretended to be busy reaJin,. I I :\htm' siMed h\' the liig.; clan out? 1 !luau: I Gratef.il 1 for his past t services, I suffer him to that of granite. It( i ii certainly quite as difficult ( t'on our record our respect and! esteem! for him

l eM' ,>uitd iay pulpo,c. 1 carried rich f-ilks! I glanced up occasionally: from nnl 'r mv : of shut winch was in the ;gun and reload. it to have his own way in this, as in a great many to separate after being exposed two or I while: living and our unfeigned! : sorrow on occasion -
.'Id jewHrv. to Fell to those disposed to buy. brows, and was sl.tt"r! to see IhP apithy of 'i with a handful of slugs. I hinrJo.crlravi: other: matter Let no one de;pi.e the dog+ II three days to the air, as vre ourselvca haves !I : of his death. Brother Hryant was the
?-1v only companion during my ..i"llrnp.j 'it'.1 i inn : the woman (as well as the 0:1)"ail, ) ;; ,..d'i i j ily nnd pit-tended lo xu akr. .My I.al: uf! ac. .I i as he is the on'y' animal whop forsaking hisjown 'cn t trii,.d, by the blows of an axe. The cur 'I I first member initiated into Olive Branch DiisirnafierlM .
: a targe dog of N'eivtouuHlauJ! breed. t|: rapidly. Her eyes grew anim.ited, and, in I|tioii \a.arranged in a "vlfnl. j species, cultivate*! the friend-hip tlf moan: i ering fur home" will! !he l lr ; union with his, Bought nt}' pack ollener and !+ I Ilau; worn a wij i for that of wood and its use t lor fences will,
]tutU wa fit to be king ..f all his sp' .- !trttalers on ac1 I --- -- -- perhaps early, so he was a firm, consistent, prudent, f
He was go-id matured and quiet, and there ofiener. They glanced at the dog with e\i- 1 wns something a'.most' huuiHii: in !his eye.- i I dfiit signs ol dissatik'action.. !' !I deUnmined to in.ik" it of !lie U"i r to me lInn From Letters received, the Charleston Courier One or two houses have already been cov- j temperance and virtue our Association i ilS de. ;
lie attended) I I., tics own biiMr.efcg, and never j!, Pi-senlly I nodded over mv paper like a it had ever been before. 1 linllt'lf qI ii-: j JjfiN' crl'Vi h it in our city, nnd ethers have bm I signed to promote. ,
quarrelled like curs s.f low :rl't." lie : sleeping person. Instantly the manner of'he ellficm the bed, and felt 3bOIt i I I the dark. j I "GtMMi CAXC (Miss.) A'l- :. 2fjih. 16:50.: contracted [)1'. As to cohesive and aiih.es.ivp j( We take }pleasure. aho in bearing testimony: )
would iVar an insult from worthies puppii g l\f personsgrew score alaimiug.! Thfi i i until I trtd found one of lit tau+:}+Icius I bal 1 I '* Our Cotton has been doing well until this qualities, and its imperviousness to water, and j f c the gnoJ name and character "fthp deceased
\vih: al'bilo"ol'h.'orll.j'. of el1lulatiunnu whimpered to each other, and mid:signs, some :I !een.! OUT this I drew m)wig, and it happened I i j lime ; our young! + cotton was growing well and its cheapness, there can be no doubt ; and i if in society : to hi* generous kind, and h..npvo. .
I never knew him ave on, a few occasion, I I i of which I could) not understand) Finally to be au excellent: fit. Having dressedthis full of formsbut now the cut, grass and bollworm } its durability is as great as is claimed for i it I lent feelings as u man, to his consistent: chris-
resent! undue liberties of puppies of far;+"r 1 t the tall hag lifted rny pack, and weighed; it useful vegetable in this uncommon men have commenced upon it. I fear t the by the inventor then it i3 one of the most inipoitant tian character as a member of the church of
growth. \\ hen I Ins I Ulc, however, was thoroMgldy '! with her hand-as wel a she was alh'i .- tier, I crept bark lo my bed and placed it up. grass worm will do a great deal of damage and useful discoveries: of the age. I Christ and to the p,'ss"'sslon of ninny noble
aroused he mud** such' offender a terliule I i Her eyes!flashed likp a serpent's:, for it cnn on the pillow in the< exact position my head They are now in Gen. P"s. field, where they -- ----- traits: o. character! vhicb endeared him to all .t f.
warning Clt evil doers.' I twined a large (quantity of specie, beside valuable had oC'lpi"J When it was the< adjusted! i it t have destroyed a great deal of his cotton. From the Srntinef, 1'th imt. thrice who knew him most intimately.!

When I traveled he trotted alun: !hy myt.ioV. I jewelry and costly silk*. I aJ\allaJ': was il juxtaposition with the long crevice, They have eaten up a hundred acres of another Sudden! > and Melancholy Death. We caui.ot but f'!el ihrrefore that, in his
and when I stopped to trade, he vented' :|; a practice of putting m} silt r money in 1| '!!htough which 1 \ look another look.- plantation. In fact they are a general 1 While sitting in the store of MPJIT*. Hopkins death, we have m(t a ;teat loscVe have
him elf near me, and watched all mv niof.4'. .: bag, and dcposi'ing! it in corner of said pack: 1 (leas lit, fiends weir loading a brace of thing all over the cotton in this neighborhood.We I & Me:inniss. Iat Tu,sd-iy evening. aboutsix I been called to endure a severe affliction, but if
cnntfc with a v,n crave: n.d LU.!u'liisJit C'I I'; but my bills were placed in a belt winch 1I I Ii !i hors. pistols with the, same: infeinal slugs.I have just noiced the grass and bollworm o'clock! ''onverir2 l with Mr. M.' a servant t cur loss and our afllic ii'n is great, how much
press ion. ll anu.,yed him a little. MiniPUnics, :i!I wote Ji'l my skin. After she had! done thin 1 I cin'l say' bit I felt a !Mlle II try about the this morning on our plz.ce." I j entered>cI in great ha;!'e an I asilaiJ'n{ scyfng thit j greater must that be which? has fallen upon his
tc fee my custonieri. drab he ,nod fom' my I!1.11 motioned f.ir: him to come und lift it, which (h'oat Jlwn". I looked toward ;old JJui.: I CJJ\t: n:\ :.(''oLt:* wp: < 'lying-}"ad in his family and relatives ? May ioJ, who onlycan

pac';, and liandl' them wall hush freedum. Il did: with api-aiemly!!' a much sutislaciiou i> Could JIM. djll'er his great; : eyes through' ;; the i I GRAM CANK. (.:.) Aug. 2.1.1R. I'I'"r. In company with Mr. :M. we ran to I comfort them in their ore bereavement.
which feelm. 1 hfxjMf.iiPJ I liy, H low growl. his oilier halt'had. experienced.He i d.nknejs.; He was tilllpon the visit, I'er- I Dear Sir :-1 I take the first opportunity' nf ro'itn, vliich} was in the second story rf, Therefor0,
while he < :II"mvd vvery piece with hisexe-s 1.\8 then opened the door sunk, and too : spiration began;; lo rol dOWI mlace: in ral t I informing you of the present prospect of your I the same building, and! there laid the apparently I Rcsclred As a token of our sorrow tbo ,
see that Ui+"y w.ie nut ut'PWpiltf'd'i11f1t1I': t :' ( the dog to go out. Though 1 I lui'e I. I diops ; not that I ; absolutely ufai.-r, I I cotton crop. The worms have eaten the cot lifeles: body' of Mr- COLES across the bed I II I members of this Division, will wear crape on
proper comji.nsxtion, and with my full cow I I I'I doubt but I.ilI understood pantomine as flatter mysell'Ihat 1 am not a coward-but I I ton very badly, 3n'' have! been for some timp.I his:i feet hanging nearly to the floor. Upon I !the left arm for thirty days.Res .
Bent. I I'I as any body, he did not olF-r to stir ; b'it wel// did not like the idea of taking human lie. I I I Under existing circumstances you cannot mak I close examination we thought we detected a -, cedt That this minute be entered on

lie ft"a11cOlk a Mrons d.Yjil.-e: to tLo>e j. my feet as quietly as ever. At lust the old 1 I I J was confident that I could del t-ud myself: yeteeu more than a 'fourth of a crop, even if.they top, I kind of fluttering pulse, and with min ear closeto the records of the Division, and that the Re.
i lug impatient, and shook the poker ;ithim. I have the cut the boll his lips that we c"ud!, l hear a sort of obstructed
who were dupo--ed to fmd t suit with ('n>'l. ;; grew that confidence' was not en >uglj'tl make now. worm worm cording Scribe be directed to send a coi'y to
Lion showed two white! teeth I .the and other I kind) of and feeble! respiration, bat aiMt;: ': readily .
tliug, and my puc< iu pu1iciilar. I believel.e 11\ sol me feel altogether Comfortable.Taking knew N'ert.l1idt I canied and the value and uttered 1 low growl. The puntnmine; ,. m} pistol in my hand, 1 bent over of which I have no name. .Mr. -'s overseerwas have been deceived in the exci'emeut produced her nf our sincere sympathy with her in this .

I attached to Jh*>m. i te thit a. i ii mn: li. I ceased. in an inManl. Tlie dour was closed 1,, I the bed and commenced snoring again, at ihe here this morning and says they are vry by such a lamentable spectacle. Ph"I afflictive Proidence, and thai he send a copy -
.rented J satisfied whets I was, and wa;..*,.d In* mi'l the poker returned lo its place. I stirred same lime watching the mou-meins! of the I bad !in his fields, and said also that they had mans were hurriedly summoned, and 1 to the!, papers in Tallahassee for publication.!
tail when 1 made a :n>id ti-Hde. Ile|{ "tsar ancellent 'I'I'a little. They well quick' lo fleni'. l'UIWO his amiable: .p-j'i.e. Ewer explosion} the caterpillar a plenty, and every place i hear liie usual expedients! in vain. If the vital 1 I G. T. (HIVSEY, R. S. ,
'\ ) watcli-dop. ati 1' there was no d tii'an\thin::, c(ifi-led i. hit! care being l tak"f, ; !!| prubab I might hear the n-iiMik.' "'l! rt''klli| sattf ertinn. They I looked at each other: nod. I }' : I d'j not think any planter can fled before they reached him There wai i in ; Jenny Lind. .1t 0
at-s-:. I 'tound, him veiy useful and com I eau. { he wants lo get out-he grow as though he d'.d. and siuild, grim!}. He took the. gun, I commence picking cotton before the middle ofi fact, n good deal of discoloration of the limb*I !. :A New York! letter ill the Philadelphia Inquirer .t,
iutiuiile in-flV Irot\'f I.. j d,d." I and) in Ins stocking t feet."pprlclwt: the crevice i September. v.hen we first aw him, and his face bore the 1 If haws :
!I A followed! this remark. He --- -- ---- of death. Great made for thfl
Conveyances weie so scarce and uncertain I pause opposite! I bed, lilJm't'I/I/ by the hag: with I impress preparations are being'
that I wag often oMiped to po on t ot fiom thought I might: older him. out, but I did noi i the pistols and a caning klift.SIO'p( [; he I Insurrection. 1 1j On the Monday night preceding, he had retired > reception of Jenny Lind. the Swedish Nichti -
one tljemiit to p.nulher. Snm.times ihes n i i ",.Cli thing. i peep'd into m room, :wdrl111 his ferocious j Th ColumbuTimes' Ifthl loth inst., say?: i. to his room unwell, complaining! principally i i: at"! who) will leave Liverpool on the 21st
journeys were aiilhui; hut ple: r-nnt, h thf I .Nice dog++ ," the woman adrled, after a ran looking( eyes) to bear upon my trite.I 1 j ':A Telegraphic despatch fiom MoVgomery as we learn, of an oppressive feeling j of this; month (New-York, in he stramshipAtlantic.
country was new, and the sate: oft'Jci..tJ IHIO. meet, nice dog." and hen I she uf.rt'd{ him I : knew it would be dangerous to see any more I brings. intelligence of a negro; insurrectionin about the head. On Tuesday noon the !last Th new Music Hall, which she
thing but good.Kulilteiies f piece ff mlit. and attempted. to ( him. 1 raided my head eon h to get out of harm' Lowndes county, Ala. It appears that SOMCtuu time he was seen alive, he was sitting in his !;j i is to sing on ihe 18th of September, i is going
were frequently perpetrated up. Contrary lu II'r expectations, Lion utterly' rN. way: and emitted l now r and then a snore IIward blacks met togetherilh hostile intro rllom.-said he felt better-asked for some I[ on rapidly, and must be finished }before thee
on these lonely roads, and there were, many fused the meat l, and put an end lo all famfliarities I him distinctly fix the muzzle if (Ihp u tions. They were discovered attacked and I God which was brought him-and told th I first of that month under a penalty of 20000. ,- .
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no doubt' lo whom the rich stuff I carried by showing his teeth again in a very testy- against the fissure o.ipnsite; the wig, and the nfired. on by the w hites. One negro was killed servant to come again just before sunset.- | The ball which is the principal part of
would be a sufficient temptation lo co'iimif! a manner.: with a tremor of indignation and H kind ofcreeping some 20 wounded) and a large number taken There can he no doubt that this melancholy i the edifice will be one hundred and twenty.
nvirdT. This idea frequently occured to me This was something strange fir him. I ,I eensa'ion! all over me, I drew back : l prisoners. The whole were dispersed.These death) was the result of.1 fit of apoplexy, suddenly eight feet long, fifty feet high, and one hundred '
in traveling through the wild wo<.d< of theWest. never knew him to refuse meat lel'Jrt wl.enil !I and awaited the result I was a moment of are but links! in the chain of l parsingevents. coming upon him, when mot unfortunately feet in width exclusive of the stage

liul old) i.iun'vu. by my side ready I was offered him. Had Lion shared my awful su'pfne to m,'. What if he should 1 1: I no one was at band to administer u which will be fifty eight feet in length thirty .e,
to die in my defeitcr. and pionJ J to share mvvanderinps. j suspicion, ? Had his instincts, : taught. him !'luf i ii 'I, discover the cheat! and elevate the piece. A We are informed by a private source that ., remedy. He had suffered a slighter attack, feet deep. and 'forty; feet high. The whole! ed.
\ [ always went armed.. An et- i the hand outstretched was not a friendly one 'thousand' such inoujhts ru.ln-d through this insurrection had been excited by a white not more than two months before. Like will be lighted with forty-eight t windows
cellent brace of |pi"tlll-FIpJ i barrelled and I By this lat tac. ,rhustilitymt the part of mv I brain in an instant. The: odd sweat ran down rny 'i man from New York, who has thin .t far madehis lie was hurried on Wednesday from the constructed l after the Grecian style, each being: I
loaded with ball-were never fro'n mpockel.I dog, the. hag appeared not a little discoucer-; my face in stream Thank( Heaven !! I Wl1bn I escape, but was closely! pursued by several I Methodist Church, nearly all the Stores l being j; fourteen feet high and St''f'JI'id Twenty. .
Ja\'e long enough to see that lies were in order : ted. She retreated almost behind my chair, t kept long in suspense. I citizens who have hopes of overtaking him closed at the time, i in respect to his memory. t four of thee will look out on )!t'rcrr. .t., the .
and at night, when laid beneath my, pil. and shook her skinny fist ut him ; but he did A terrible explosion 'ollowed the} fearfulpiu before h6 reaches a free Stale. A number u ft I Mr. Coles was a native of Now York city o'hrrs opening on a court at tle-cpposite side -
Jow. I felt quite safe "ill these and Lion.who not condescend to express any uneasiness at t e. A sform of slugs poured into mt Lc d the negroes engaged in the affair} have run off; I where his parents and family now reside.-- ;' of the building. Eight dormitories or doors,

was.the companion my ni"liis a* well I I that ratherdecidedaudcuero'geticex1ressiuuu f'!': perforating the wig i and scattering the and large rewards are offered for them. This community sincerely sympathises with I forming the entrance, will give an audience
8 day'. lie always laid himself down between I her feelings. I,j kin in every direction. pump them and all his relatives, on this distressing II I of five thousand persons to get out{ of the house r
my bed and the door with his (face low. I now thought it time to wake up, '.vhich I II i He won't never tell no stories," I heard I Slavery in California. event. The deceased was a universal favorite in the short space of five minutes at the ut mcs: t'
nrd *h" latter. No one could enter wiihoutmimciii.p did, "ill a prel.mi.iary: yawn or hThe j I} the assassin say, a* he dropped the breach of I The 11'ashic: gton correspondent, of the chiefly on account of his fine social qualifies Two of these entrances will open into Broadway t!
the aleut o! of Lion. same apathy came hack and sat upon the fe.t.1tlea j his gun heavily to the floor. Now for the I Charleston Couri says : "There 1 i is reasonto the kindness and rectitude! of his heart and the from the rear of the building, through
One day, in the summer of 1640, I found of m)entertainers. 1 :Wade them undr i gt .,. believe that the Californians have got tirt.'duftheir vivacity of his temperament. young man a grand passage wty of white marble ; the ,
n\> .]ifn a Jfll German: settlement on the stand that 1 wished lo retire. There was but t Dm i! these operations Lion had placed State government and their inconvenient among us was more highly! esteemed 1, and mostdeeply other four descending by largo etair cases fifteen : '.
border of a lake, anxious (<. gel forvaid I iwo compartments. in the cabin ; and they himself my side, with his fore feet upon the limits, and also of the prohibition of slavery. done regret his sudden death, under feet in width, to Mcrcer-st. II-
to the next, which was about eight; ))! miles dis. I both left the one I was in lo make ore ar. bed, while lo keep him ..1111 1 put my handover 1 They w ill freely assent' to the tant. OCnrlVi anCPCnuWlierbtallledwith, ran PtPlls in the other for my accoinodation. his mouth. He{ knew well what J meant t ofa tort itorial government for South Cal. Gold in Texas. .
out waiting till ti-. next dv, which I was not 1 They! were absent some time;and I was: qiitesure j for I had kept him quiet so before. At the ifornia. As to slavery, they will adopt it, as Pact Worth Ancwin The Houston Telegraph says that preparatious -
inclined h) do, so I bet out on foot. It \\'RI I heard them mo"p the bed to another moment of the discharge, he a low: soon as they find it useful and convenient. Under: this head the True Union, of Baltimore are in progress in all parts of toP State
hear night. and I walked forward :.ribkly. 1 1va I part of I the room. TVycome out at length, rowl. I pointed towards the door.) gate He Ire Their Constitution can be amended. by the ,publishes the following from uan authentic for a grand expedition to the gold region that ,
< not long in discovering that my expedition and. I was told that my bed was leads derstood my meaning ".II. His eyes fl tubs vote of a bare majority of the Legislature! : confirrill'd M-urce." j has 'been discovered in Northern Texas not .
would: be by HO means an agreeable one. I They watched my movements will considerable l like balls uf fire, while he wailed Ihe moment t I by the vote of a bare majority, of the ., A distinguished General (Twiggs,) returned : fir from the ruins of the celebrated city of
.Iht road, if road it could be called, wal interest when I arose lo I star to wreak his .engeanceon the assassins. oeonlc. There are slaves in California now fiom the Mexican war covered with I I Grand Quivria. Gold mines 'have been found
very bld. and passed through lie! most gloomy led at P'st without my pack 0""' purpose. The "I- will open the door a little, and tvhen'he} I I and'others are going out with their owners. glory.' He had, however two marks of hard all along;; the great chain of mountains extending ,
forest in that perl of the country. The night, faces of the worthy pair Ugh1' 'u up I returned crclur sticks his bead out, shoot him," siid the There are also slaves in Utah and their number service which laurels could not hide-as they I from th+ sources of the Arkansas and t
too crept on apace, and promised lo be duiker: .dud look it, and they fell in f moment. she.wolf.! will he increased emigration from Mis I did C :sar':5 baldness. One was a bead as ; Platte rivers by Santa Fe to the Puc>rco.- ,
than common. But Lion trotted along by my This[ \1 not a I; 1 passed in first I I, and t the.I t I The door was opened but the 'crc/ / cidn'l souri. The people: .,Utah will pass no laws white as wool ; and the other a cutaneous Immense excavation are shown along the feet
tide 1 was a smar walker, and wa confident woman attempted lo shut I the door upon Lon ; Mick hi< head out. Lion knew better than against slavery. The Wilmot I'rovj-o would! eruption on his t forehead.. For the latter he ot lhet mountains, and the ruins of vast 1 cities
i \\8 getting over the giouuri fait, 1 d Jmi.t but+ the latter putting firth his strength, sprang t hat and waited his chance. I I lie n dead letter if it passed, but it is not to was advised to try a mixture of sulphur and I indicate that these milC8Vt re once worked '
'inH it much.The \ after me in an instant, almost upsetting the Emboldened! pass, while; the Senate stands so firm in op.pobiliun sugar of I lead and rose water. In applying it I by millions of people. The geographical '
duknt'fl was upon me before I wag s. hag in the operation. door by not hearing. Now anything, the I to it." some of the mixture moistened the hair on his formations of this region are K> similar to r
"ire of it. I seemed to me that I hnd RI l. I thought the creJur would lite to stay time.was With mJualupl'lIl'd.terific Lion was the ---- forehead, and after awhile this part of his hair those of (he gold regions of California that '
:..a1ralu d eight miles, hit I could the fire," she said, by way of apology. LJ the head of the a bowl leaped over Fire Proof Paint resumed its original color. He then applied they appear to I be identical, and contain aimi. : '
and seized Ihe
woman, ru Tinby : Massachusetts chronicle tho dis the mixture all his hair and it all l became lar of the mutal! .
no signs i of a settlement. This surprised Call ihe varmint out-'lauil likely, ihegen'leman the throat papers to deposits precious These t
dragged him in an itutant to the near Springfield, of a quarry of a peculiar and is now of its primitive sandy hue. lIe facts have' been made known Texas *
me a linle., for I was used to traveling, and wants to sleep }in the room with Ihe floor where covery throughout. ,t ,
knew well my ability to calculate ditaucea.- beast," added mine host, in a way that express another, a great struggle took place. In kind of stone, which, when properly communicated the fact to some of his friends and the Telegraph \vould not be surprisedto
Hut I kept up a hac, and went on, uri ed a great deal of Christian anxiety for moment the hag was writhing in mynervous prepared, unites readily with linseed oil, and in Washington-especially to some ex-niem- find that the emigration to the gold legion
til I was quite Joud I had mistaken the mywelfare. that she grasp. Her surprise Was so great, forms a most excellent paint, which, by exposure hers, who are widowers and seeking preferment of Texas, in the ensuing autumn, should eit .'
made but
or I been mieinforn-ed in regard to the distance way *'I prefer lo have him with I replied. bound little resistance ; and I of a few months to the weather }becomesas -and it has been found efficacious in every eed the emigration to California. .
I concluded *' He me. quickly her hand and foot with a cord bard as stone. The material is a soft, reddish instance. It dues not dye the hair, but t
it Would be best lo keep I he road won't eat the quarter in there, which she had .
that I was in, r ached some habit iiion, will he ?1" provided for another use-perhaps brown stone, with some veins of blue, seems to operate upon the roots, and restores GOING IT,ALO E-The following singu'ar;' :
. uUi1 to drag my bo Jy away in'o the wood which, when brought from the and exposed the color. "The is follows announcement of
In a short 1"8 glad I had made ibisresolution h Oh, no, I answered. .You are quite quarry original recipe as : i a marriage appeared in a'
for I lu\a light glimmering right-be won't eat it. He never takes The next thing was to attend to the man to the air, slacks or softens, and crum I drachm Lac Sulphur : \ drachm Sugar of late Baltimore Ar llJ : 4
a cabin. I approached( h an frO thing that u not his." any. and Lion. The struggle between th..mVal bles. In a short time after being brought from I LeadI; ounces Rose Water : mix them ; "J.1Iarried.-OJ the 12lb ult., by Ih'e Rev ,
It had lh e ap|,e.aranceof !vi i"c soon a puille. Saying this, I wished them good night and still going. on, but the 'former had the worst of the quarry, it becomes so soft as to yield! to : shake the phial on using the mixture, and bathe E. E. Allen, Charles W. W. Armbti'ong'all'of ,'
We within. It was very cumf.rI. cloned the dtror. it. Lion bad vet his sharp teeth into the pressure as easily H. chalk, and has no girt.- the hair twice a day t for a week or longer if this city." '
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we. I thought I rather' abyte be the medium throat of the wretch, and rendered all his efforts To prepare it for mixing with oil, like lead, it necessary." Hope he bas a good lime.M. '
there well. rf'lr a'cconJn.m"td They had provided me with a dim tallow abortive, although he was a man of powerful i is first washed, and then ground. It is saidto I M V
door very was opened 1 kn.+ked for admitoion.ne .- candle, arid the first IhinJ I did was lo exm.int frame. He was already; reeking wit! contain a larger portion of the hardening : Did you ever know a young lass and a "A man with a lantern, lo find Mr. PaineV*4 ,- 4

Now I am not a person by I man. evetyihing in room. It \vat pretty blood], and I hastened to save what little life qualities'; than any paint material yet known, sprightly lad who couldu'i pick berries into : Hydro-electric light is now advertised; for*' ". ;; y
to believe in pre well lumbered ur. Vaiou kinds or tro eta'. waft lets him': The do* was loth lit" null hib and j is consequently more impervious to fire I one basket i,by" the Boston Post.? ," ".



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) ) FROM 1 MAJ.\ BEARD.) constitutional. ground equality' and justice ; her desiiny from lint of her neighbors ; they (lc JTIoriMau MKirri.Sfj Ff.r the! &mth! rn Pns* of Mofel.tr, ith instant: I sc'em to come quite up to the mark.: I In,
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inRulficient bound lies $ iwonU
together which
barrier Journal they
and( should! the Constitutional prove are I no plfer seem to leave open, too
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short of sunder. -- the house : resfnlaliteS. rn..n
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to secure to us an equ, inlcritnct, Omnipotence IIf "" lacking out phcI'rhinki"!
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To the Freemen of Florida. to the rigls Fellow citi/ens we all cherish lnbtt-ial R. B. HILTON I &C. E. DYKE ihu,,
as well to the public domain as a : At length we hnv' to congratulate the South did
F strange e not
Fellow Citizens t and privileges fr freemen, 111'1 lo withdrawfrom and heclltary: : love for the Union : 1,1 it i iI i. EDTORSXO I'UOPRIKTORS.. on the attainment of greater unity nmong herrepresentatives dii1dce our: etlitorh (tf

As I am a candidate to represent you in (the X"illl! Cougiess, and) return to I the Union that our sires bled for-an (Unionof ---- - --- than has jet been known.t I make room fir them ? CI.ii fear as t I t'.1tlf.

the next Congress, and Cannot r-e all cf \ou, their conltitupnlS. cyufd ri:htsr-an Union to promote the Saturday, August 31, 1850. a meeting held :a few evenings since, the virtue are strengthened by findins; 'thaI 1t,1'.

I 'take this method to comtminicatn, with yon. At the next succeeding session G". Mose.ley trnrrlcl rr-not I that of a particular section .- ,- -- following members were appointed a Committee Augnsl-i: Sentinel supports, while ii l'alahas.!

There are just now two great subjects 1"11 asain, in his message, adverted to slaveryagitation. ; an lo fH'curt "domestic tranq:iil- DEMOCRATIC NOMIXATIOXS. on Resolution : see namesake: does not oppose tjrn.? :

engross ,the attention of Floridians, one of lily," and nof one' to lIlOJ HV tn IllP horror' Mr. Toonibji, Chairmane.sri.; Scddon the Their
to I Sour.rTtr.Jr!
opposition ,
which confers vs chiefly, the other concein' This part fifth". message was responded to of a servile (negro) 'l'I by hose vlutought von. CONGRESS : Thompson omton, Bowie, Cahell,Chirigunnu, '%I the Suu1n.],

the whole rnion. The one is the condition ot by ,the pa>sage fit the following resolutions: ) by ta be our friend*. Hurt, Milliard, Moi
our Indian relations, the, other, is i the slaveryquestion. both Houses of the Assembly, without opp.isi- I love the* Union with a reawnnlh r'' (!J MAT. TO TIN BEAED.] ) Green, Howard, Thomas.Wo I leads us to expect their hostility to anv. impor'tant I

I shall begin with Ilr burr. lion; : not with a the Constitutioit of the Uiii. invisible! deity. I love it for the Committee resulted in almost (
of some great entire
The design Resolutions relative to ihe question! in conlio- IUR RKPHKsK.NTATIVfi: ( RUM 1.It:: unanimity i South We therefore naturally' doubt the \
led Slates' us asserted( in !the picamble, was benefits i HAS bestowed ou us, and, !111 conlinue and accordingly e ffi.
Noith and South. W. D. I Hugh Archer
Moseley of '
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.' to form a more perfect union, establish! jus.t "trlIwteltll lo love it till it aslo'lo bestow b! ings. Dr. F. A. Byrd |I D. W. Gwynn. Mr, Toomlw, Chairman of the Committeeof cacy any pl.in f her ptCJectilll1th cb}

t lice insure domestic I tranquility," .\ Resolved by the Senate and /ttir f rIp and becomes ,the destroyer' of our pence and _. Fifteen, reported the following resolutions! they do not' assiil.
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Are I these (object promoted by the conduct$ reventatirft; oflhe SII/t.f Florida in GeneralArmlly ..(//(,///. Should I live to see that result, I would 0 ---- which were adopted : Such were our first impiesiions. Still
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oflhe Xorlhcm Slates Is 1 justice done to the conlYwd, Thai) I, as friends of the hate the Union, :n,11, I wouTd become, in spirit, \W art aullrilcc to annunrre 1. Resolrfd, That we will support no territorial be it fiom us, to condemn this
serious alarm the U'ALKKR: candidate lor Kcgistrr: of Public movement,_.,
Union, vi-w i wills most 1 a* a .
-South) hy encouraging her slaves to runaway, \'c at Joast, such a ichig as WASHINGTON wa, : 1 bill that doe not provide that no citi.
in Lands! al the' election in Oi-tolier next. Jul 13 It was set on foot by heads wNer, and
of Noitheiu to
and hy protecting thorn instead of delivering course our IJI'lln'l .'htliOI when) ha draw his sword. against his mnthrr zenhall: be deprived J of his life, liberty or property hpar
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ibmi up T Or i* it d)blUe l Ilo\ ifrrls 'to exclude the q jest ion nf slave i y-a course which. nmked : (country' and] never !sheathed it again till he became TII? I lil'I&. \Jr.)1 D, 1''i P\announce himas except[ by the judgment' of his peers, and no less I true than our 0\\ n. The Southern!

Southern men from Ten Stories which they by unkmdiiess.. wrong inMilt, and injury" the h }'Iht' (,iliat country which l fanatic a candidate lor the office of HegUter (>' Public the laws of the laud, and; that the common law, Press thinks! it promises ,}greater I unauinuij

helped to acquire liy their treasure andllootf? has ni tad, lo a most unfortunate: (,ll'llwuk"lt :r now plotting ruir. Lands. July t r, I iS-'iO. as it exiitrd in the American; Colonies on the II among members' from ihe Soti'li.! 1 If. o-(JHI
attacks \ I the> bonds which iiic them and us I we'have hand -_---. -_ _- ,-- ------. -- --_ '_-- -
Is 1 domestic tranquillity: promoted by on Fellow citizens, among us a "-- -- --- 1-lth July, 1770. and the Constitution and laws speed it. Unanimity is all that is
our characters, and! spoliations our proper. ), persisted i iu, in the same: spirit, I 'Ilawless. ruthless savages, that have; several of the United States Applicable! to our territories required t tgive to

I) ; J by seditious speeches papers, and parnph-: cal only terminate in further alienation, and times file! our Stale with mourning which :: A BARBACUE he shall be the t nd.llncutallaw of said ter. us the small KXKT of our rights, ulj j.

lets, debigncd to excite our slaves to insurrection the inevitable dissolution of the Confederacy. 'I settlement of(he country, and renders O. Jcmocnlic BUla: le wi Ji.clon ri t.'r. ). we demand. It i i. only a part that weak.Kven ._

Resolved, That: the recently acquired terti- piouerly and life unsafe. FIRST! S.\TlRn\I IX SEPlIDI.BElt : :: 2. Reunited, That in the event that the non- that, the whole S.mth: will nut unite: ia

The seditious attacks referred, have: not tor.Ieen: purchased: bv.blood and Ireas- The United Slates government i is inrJorobligalions on the Miccovookie, near Renrd's: Store, slave-holding! States object thus to put the life, I demanding !

been confined to a lew mad men, hut for yearsit tire of which, her full proportion was contrilm- t lo remove this foe; lo our "dom"slicrranq11ity. to which the people generally are invited. liberty and property American citizens under .

lilts been the custom of several Northein ted by the' Smith, she ant her sons are entitled i, ." Their outrages last year caused Speeches will be made by several gentlemen, American: laws, we will insist upon a division I The Sentinel and Major Beard.

rate authorities to transmit to the independent equally with any ol portion of t the Union, i your (Moseley) to order out Illtla001.. and of the country on the line of :SO dog. The Sentinel uses language which merits
an opportunity offered I the Whig} candi-
co-equal sovereignties of the South! insulting 10 the enjoyment of the same-this General 'I unteers for your defence ; for this was ::50 min., with! a distinct recognition and protection a severer retort than will

resolutions expostulations, and remon- Assembly, therefoie, believing that Congress solently rebuked by the General: Government dales for Legislature to ar1uhieu.sthie people. of property in slave.3. .-*. courtesy permit II'

btrances, on the subject of slavery.In possesses under the Constitution no power lo I through a public oflicer who has since grown 13ARBACU Resolved That we will not vote fi.r the 10 employ, when it averts (hat: kMij. He1rt

his message to the Assembly, :In 1847, pass such a measure, adopting similar Ian. notorious for his success in a matter of lrrfeinlecst. E. admission of California, unless the Southern declares that he prefers a di.to! soution! of 1 the *

(;0". Mosely! directed the attention ol that body guage. to that of tIl, Legislature of Virginia, At length! a portion of the United I C3 .\ Democratic wi be givenat boundary le restricted to the parallel of 3j deg. Union with all its concomitant horrors, to' the t

lo the agitation respecting slavery ; and as 111.lar i as their opinion, that, under no circumstances I I Stales army appeared among you to defend Williams' Mill, near Thomas Lawpsage's: 30 min. noith! lat illlrJ o. I adoption ofa pan! based on this principle1' af

parties were then preparing for the ensuing will the people of this State be'i i you and to remove your enemy. la.e they Centreville, on the THIRD SATURDAY 4. Resolved, That we will not agree to any non-intervention., sir-M j. Heard Je.
presidential} election, I foresaw, what was cvi.t1nt willing to recognize a!binding an enactment done this ? No The Indians are sfi here, boundary between Texas and New Mexico I
of the, Federal Government which has for its : I IN7 SEPTE IBER. The citizen* generally I dares 110 such thing. You should blush!
to every man who. read public journals, I and doubtless convinced now that they are invincible I which proposes to cede to New Mexico any t ta

that the slavery question' would be the promi. object the prohibition slavery in any territory :I airl the owners forever of the country .are il.ited. '1t Whig candidates for the portion territory south of the parallel of :3G I make! the charge. lIe prefers a plan hased

lient one in the approaching contest. south of the line of the Missouri compromise II they inhabit. But what has: ; hl'conp of Legislature! will have an opportunity of ad.dressing tI leg. 30 min. north latitude! and Vet of the on the principle of Non-intervention to all!

Anxious to see the two t great parlies here ; holding! it to be the natural and independent I the arsny ? Why, it is wanted to irhip TfHIO the peou1e.nar I Rio Grande, prior to the adju tim-nt of the ter. other p'aus: of ettlernT.t. He greatly: preferi
united vital to both ai1'l'I I drew right of each citizen, of each and every lion of her territory ritorial
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on a question compel Tex to give up :poi n---- questions. it
his I --- --- -- -- i to a settlement I by the Jiit inn Line._
a set of resolutions designed as a common State of the Confedeiacy, to go with property to another tribe, hardly: superior to the Seminolcs Daily from Blacon. 5. Resolved, That the representatives of the
democrats and) could of "llale.cr description, in any territoiy Mai I, Hut it must Non-intervention i hi its !le"iti.
them in
platform on which whigs ,! i in civilization, in' rior to courage. We are to ( jv. Brown for the slavc-holding States will resist hy all usual 1 0
unite in defence of principles and lights equaly acju, 1 ed by t the af1 of the United States, 1 Ye?, fellow clizen Texas claims that: lerritoTV legislative i and constitutional: means, the admission mate sense, not the monstrous Lastard progeny

) dear to each patty( at the South. As 1 was or jielded by treaty, with any foieign PORrsol.fd \ ". which Slates' admitted was hers following letter frl the Assistant 10<1 Master ,. of the State of California, and the ad. I' of Mr. Clay and 'the Galphin Cabinet, which

not a member, ) Assembly I handed those res That: ,the abolition of slavery in by; occupying it with our army before the Mexican General! on the subject of a daily mail i I I justmcnt of the Texas boundary} until a settlement :; has assumed that nam*. ft must I*? Nonj.I .

ilutions to a friend who introduced them, in the the District ()Columbia, involving, as it does, : war, and by several other acts. nut from Macon to this city. I will be gratifying i of the territorial questions. I
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I tervetttion advocated Iy1.
as Calhoun.tLai
exercise the Constiiition '
Senate ; they were as follows, m : an ofpuwer not granted by I President! FIU.'IR thinks that the country to see that the P. M. General has directed the I 6. licit furthfr resolved! That the powers ;
and designed: as it i k, as a moans of as. :i father of the doctrine ; not as carried out \
I 1. Resolved 1)11111';, Senate and JLnitc o belongs to Mexicans still, and to Mongrels, contractor, Mr. Wright, to I futnUh us with a I:I and duties: of the Committee: of fifteen be continued IIr
Representatives of thr Write of Florida ofl afi.ctinhf; institution ()slavery in the States the Everglades belong to Sam Jones. There- : until the futhr action of the meeting, !I (;l"n. Taylor, nor as interpreted by the great
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it is aimed blow! should! be mail six times! a week :
(;aural Atxrmblit. convened. That Iha (Jonstilution I I against: : as a for Sim Jones is left in peaceable possessionof and tint the Chairman of that Committee, b'Y.I emancipationist of Kentucky.!' 1'he latter is
determines how thejKwers I lesisted on the pail i of the South, hy. whatever I the I verglades! and is sent to POST Orriei: DKPARTMKNT.: ? the of three members thereof] ,
) of the United Stales ) : 0(1 army establish I concurrence any I about as much like the former, a* midnight ;
delegated to the Federal, Government; i means are best adapted to the protection of j ft'xic:11 and Mongrels in possession Conlrnei OJicr. Aug. 10, H.3t \5 may at any time call a meeting of the repre- ,
the defence of hcrsrlfand thepreservation : noonday, as the Florida Sentinel, to a true
nhall'lie apportioned, distributed t lId cHJt.iH'tl'l COIIill'io' !, tf I lof New :lifexico'( Comment on such conduct! Sir-I I am aulh/Hiztdlu acknowledge t the senaties of the slavehohliug States.We ,
; of/the Union.: receipt oflhe( joint letter of \ouiself and Sen- [ Southern pLpt'"r.I .
tt> r>r I Mr. Cabell'sposition
the |peculiar! interests of the rr"I".ctitt.1 n'sohTII'I l, knowing; no party names : your blood to mutiny :" I know thai many of atopMorton I and Ynlee, addre.!sed lo t the IW again; last week irquiied I i Said'Ir Calhoun all the power lie Gener.

or political division on questions: involving in Master! (; with (he ;accompanying peli.I :I upon !she Compromise. We were
members theicof: That the ratio adopted! l h\ I you are already, exasperated-josily! 'uopfr\: pntral fat| Government has: in respect to slavery! in
I theii settlement l :inellu tii! the continued of that '
die Iramers ol I the Constitution as the basis : ( : led by wrongs, :22mn1telly.intuiting accu- ; by ( advocacy the Territories i is to RECOGNIZE:
I ter, properly and lives of those whom we I of Tallahassee, I-'hi., fora : to that I PROP.
and ule of apportionment of p >!iticul poueiamong rep. cali/.nc of inciting bO"Iilitii again jour own daillai scheme by his hruumI. That paper now rep'ies there
I'r I'II, we are heart and soul' with a place from, M.icon 1 Gu., :11111 ill1; \ou ;! tKTV whatever is recognized as stichj
be. exercised rt'il\ ; the of ;
the seveial sates, to firejides. speculation
/rdilll'lrHJs' wl.cll.erIr.. C. in
through the Federal Government, was i uleti. united front to join Virginia, t the Curolinus: and prciila'ion.nMy fl. : I t that (lie Pi,st Master Geneial! l.asonn: ._'dlhree t l I -not by elating' ; was i j in any of the! States, arui to aJopt such laws fcr

au-J J (the Of other S'lullwll Stales in taking ; I additional weekly! trip I the routes fiomM.icon i favor: of or opposed to the Uill-no, no, that its regulation! and raoTr.criov the oj
tied! not tietely as a ti':>ij wary safeguaid for I : t countrymen : I have mt .vowthe, position tIl i| as state
of such ftaurel for the defence of our rights and : via liinbrMgi!; l to Tillaha) et>-making would be something like committing him one "'
one class of Suites against the combinations I now occupy : politics! 1f'Olr had I the case may require. To nECO(; IZE AJ
the preservation of>f our rlves! sind rho.e whom ) : .it tim"* a wet'k service-to Juke elf.'ctfii.m : tin other, and mighf hazard the votes,
another class co-existing trhrn ihrf insirumculiras ; charm for me, certainly none strong enough way or | PJWI'ITThis! it is I bit the- Stl1lineltbink
fraiHf.il but as nicant; of! defence: which, I I we. hold! dear, as the highest t wisdom of all, 1! cause me, for It! e sake of Mirress, to j>r/>//-,,'" the I 1st (October n 'xt. !"either of the opponent or supporters of the I
mav o ( hrthri ihinugh I I a Southern} 1 have the h.mor lo be, so horrible.! Aniftkiin' but tbi'Spply! thei t
like the other, stipulations: of ih. cnpict, I I: \ Com'eltitl principles that I did} nM rhrrith ;/my heart'score" measure but by saving that we had the documrnts I i
,. or otherwise i ) suggest and devise.R Respectfully vuir ob't sv't.S. I II'culiPro"il' to Caliiomln, and shut outI
should be ;preserved inviolate during he c.z.i 1 or to conceal such a! I deemed} rifnl.I ; "
: solved That of these resolutionsbe R. IIOKHIK.lion. ( before us "to show where he stood. I
fence of the I iU'Zl. :: a copy I I have no prejudices again: the Xorlh.On .- the South fiom her limits-that is riijlit. Re.
transmitted: to the Governor; of each fr the !E. C. C.\Uu.: house U"ps." points to the above/ Ht 5 nlItions.! I
and
2. lie it further Re rrd, That any the contrary with New iigland arc associated 1ue to pronounce null and void the Mexican
slave! with that be laid --- -- -- --- lit
oihcrwie than alteri- Slott"I. a request' they ) of the hallowed! recollections 1 Now we a.k. does this document show-
every attempt, ( by an : many most ; Address law Lich Webster Ca Toomls ante
be'bre the uf tuch in Major Bean1 : \ Clay, lion of the LUU.liIUliol, to defeat t or itnpaii the session.Passed. Legislatures as are now ;I of my early J!. I would! do much to perpetuate We lay before our Xddress of: where Mr.1 Cahell srnoj"= upon the Compro. i I Stephen, tell us prohii.is; : slavery! from enter

opeiation; (if the rule referred to, i j" a vi< la. : I a good feeling between all sections of the mise ? lor; the sake of ) .
I Heard the Freemen of Florida. We Admitting ( argument
[ 'the. house of Representatives.; Ij. to lug the other territory ////// i is right. Hut fa
lion alike of t the spirit of I that iiiMrmuotV and i IllH! : but that: ood I'c'hn: cannot be preseived ;
of the laws nfgonJ faith, on the part of those I I! uai: } -4lh, l I'1 lit. Parsed I the Senate Jamruy: )' : l by ttotannahs lo union while they hope they will all read it, anti Illmeh.csjf that the supporter of these Resolutions (which recognize as j/rfpertif, the slave! which his

making such attempt. o' I 249.' Approved) II) the Governor; 1'19.J] I who control tit:gfufrnmcnl ofihat union pevci g of its character.: Its author i is ll r'rl!I .ay nothing about the CoaprcMiw,) are by master carries with [him, into this iie\,ly acquired .

3.e it further RdolviJ, That the \ 'il. Daring: I the !at t winter and !nrins the asi'a- I t its power oppression. If y,ii wish lo pro. Ihl'r for their sufliages. If he i is a traitort : their, support of them, shown to have been op. I i I region, lLat i is never, ttmrto be en.

mot Proviso(so called. ) \hich "'dldO I}e t ent lion of the slavery airl Territorial! questions' in : long this Union u>u must t dtf'/l your rights, ey xvill judge! him ; unworthy of their confidence posed to the surrender Bill!, Live; we anything dured !

the increase of one class ot States by imposing Congress became so threatening lo the South i you must requite' not only I of icrorgt, i I like conclusive evident that Mr. Calell
i they will condemn him. Trut it is.i sup. Maj. Beard believes that Southern
unauthorized the I hut abstinence from meapnv
by an
prohibitions Conttl'l that ihe eniiie delegation in Congress from nb'Ht ali ealttmny!:
I the Committee that
pubversive of the, these if in. he loves the South earnestly! and warmly ported them ? lIe was on tccted in their have to to
lion, and c'J'(1'dli"all. Florida considered, i their duty to war their I persisted wi inevitably destroy, ; upholds property a right go

ciples without. v.'hifh a portion I ot t original: : constituents of the coming danger; and to rc.I 1110 union, for they an incurable wotinl her cau<>e ; would! with Virginia, .resist reported them ; but the Committee was not any part ollhe 1 Territory acquired :front Men.C .

States would not have assented lo the Const-! 'I command lie ol 11,1011 our honor and our sensibility ; and : unanimous. We have no evidence therefore,
I to i tlll t expediency sending( at every hazard and to the lat I ). Yet, though the Constitution: gives us till

tution c\'illct't 01 tlie par flf ihe. advocatesand I delegates: t to the Southein COI'Clliol, in pur. Never can 'true l'ollltmen'' arnw the fanatics who etrenlilJ i that: :Mr.i Cahell did not dissent from the ma. the ,
are moving right,owing to dissensionsamoi.gourselves
supporters of said Proviso, 3 spirit hostile I Mjanei; nf the of the Assom'-lv.' Where wn'ld* of di-a rrs.lulioll There wasalmost entire unanimi
to the fflht. ieck-I ." to ruin her. Does this make him a traitora jority. I the result of evil, not to say traitorous counsels,
compromises compact That COn'l'jtiol met in Nashvilln last June ; .
lens of the repose, harmony, and piMinaneiice ei<*ht Southern States Iloiiila. being of t the Respectfully. &c disunionist! ? loe) it disqualify him lor the ty. There might have been two or three or so far from the South's: rnainfanin:; her right

of the Union i ; particularly dangerous and t number, weic represented in the Convention ; August 21 I, 1 ISoO. JOJ IJHARD. post f of sentinel and] giiurJiau of our interests four who opjwed ; and still almost entire I tosh-ire the whole Territory there is danger

f grossly ollensive and insulting to the South. there wcie neatly two hundred members, selec'ed -- ,- -- -- ------- at Washington ? If the people so decide,T e unanimity." \rhat evidence have we. that i of her being exetIteI! fium the whole of iLAs -
em portion of the Republic ; and tending, nn- fiom the and democratic For Hie t'lviullau !
whig;; parties JU/rnal. Mr. C. was not one of this number]? Not a I without
alone it so, but deeply shall we lament it. We shall the only chance In save an} of it,
those \\ho
leIs luppu'hf11 by can con. without di cririlalion. Alter mature'deliberation Jfasrs. 1'ilitor.cI I noticed, some tit
lament it not his account for the is jot or little! he Union, he fall bacli! the
tiol i, h 1 the inevitable dih'Jlu1iOI of the confederacy I the Convention passed a set resolutions! on post sundering upon
since that called the Sentinel for Mr.Caibehl's .
and peps; : ration of tit Slates. and adopted an address, proclaiming I the rihh you on ole which personally he did not desire, but on But admitting whit is not proved, that Mr. Missouri Line, preferring to 'take a third

\. lie i further Resolved, 1'hatthoiigh one I of the South", repudiating the Compromise hill, opinions on certain meaguics' of (he account of the State-on account of the South ; I Cabcll supported these Resolutions ; the sup. rather than( lose all. Yet he is condemned for

of the youngest ruembi rs, FUida is not t the I which proposed to violate) those right*, anJ] ut. highest h'rel. The reply! in s'Jhtmcl'SO lest hisdefeat may deter others Horn that bold, I port of the Resolutions does not show what claiming even thi much ; condemned not

least attached to the Uliun. parlicipa. tering thcdctcrmin.ition to submit to that Mr. Cabell was of atk him. Thi,
nn cornpromise I age thsir occupied in relationto
I I assertion of position supporters the whof! Imt
) insist
ol' frank, manly and determined by mr.n10 on obtaining .,
fame
in its and its
partaking i
ting glory .
short of the Missouri 1 believe did and I have statement
I compromise: you seen no
the Bill. This( i iJi by
prove"d
the blessings which it secures and anxious to the I leeognitiou of the right of I the Southern Southern rights, without which they can never Compromise who plead for a measure which deprives us of
; of his either
perpetuate them, she will not beMow her! con. will people to take their property any where opinions, in your paper or be secured. In his defeat too, the State the fact l that some of the warmest advocates it all. his views are probably} well explained .

lidence nn men who advocate, cither directly I South) of the line of :HO.30, which was estab.lishcd the Sentinel. We formerly, got his views in will repel front l her service, one upon whose of the Compromise, now sustain the Resolu. by Mr. Toombs, in the t lutlovt! .ing'para,

or iudiiectly, a course of policy or a measurewhich first in MISSOURI lengthy addresses. Grave and important issues unenviable .
1 18'JO! \hrl was admit fidelity, watch-fullness and devotion to her interests (lions. We point to a print notoriety graph :
like the Wiltnot Proviso, threatens to ted, which was again recognized in 1813 have been presented] since, and shall we the Sentinel which advocatedthe
Minder those ties which should bind the States when Texas annexed, and which, I I she may re!), pending all issues, and Augusta! / stand upon the greet principle that fa
was was take his
opinions on trust ? The Whig party
Compromise i and) now supports these Res. South has a righllo an equal participation in
under all circumstance.
indisfolully. a third time recognized in 181 W! when! the
of this in mass resolvedin the Territories the United fups. 1 claim
in favor
1t.tilglla.c olutions. The Florida Sentinel too of
was
In the foregoing re.rlutioll4 there, are FCV.eral Territory: of Oregon was established. COJI. he a disunionist ? Read what he says
I the her them vi'h Her i. rr>
Fillmore saftand to enter p-
1 propositions involving the rights of the I have brought before you, fellow'! citizens, being a proper upon the Union, and say whether greater love. of Compromise: jet does not oppose "iglitfor and lo it. Xhf. tciil d'aUe.

States which few will deny, and none can this condensed view of tho matter to show President. His message has since been the Resolutions. \'e conclude( then, that ad. erty, security cnjny }
for the Union is consistent with true dl.otiol icith icih it but the Jo cuter
)01 if right
you you
cofflrcveJt. at once how much the South has already received. The Sentinel has endorsed it, and tint Mr. C. voted for these Resolu. \
the SouthIm tho Southern milting all diviile, I shah surrender. ,
? ot ifver
to are e men
Will any one, for instance: assert that the en up to secure harmony, and that you may no Whig} voice here has been raised to con. .
lions which is it neither showsone --- --
old .Southern' States would have assented to see what apparent unanimity has hitherto wll profess most love for the Union ? I it ( not proved) The Washington Union. I ;
demn it, as as I have heard. Thousands
the Union, with the Constitution as i exist, I marked the course of public men in defence of (1 not 1'enton Houston, Clay, who are ever thing nor the other in relation lo his po. One can scarcely refrain from a Litter rnT*

could they jiave, foreseen, or had they Ru-pec- yct'r honor, your rights, and your safety.Notwithstanding Southern: Whigs have denounced it, but canaIIy ready to sacrifice the South for l Northern pop.u siliun upon the Compromise. The people ol at the earnest objurgations,; and protestations

ted the possibility, that their means of (IC.fence" I all these concessions on body tell how Mr. Cabell stands on the Florida are still left in the dark. His organ

would be attacked by *, Wilmot Pio. the part of the South ; notwithstanding she is subject ? I see the Sentinel points to some arily ? Think-- --oithis.Gross-- ---- -- gives a whole column in to our call fur of ihe Washington Union against the passapaof
repy
visoV and .Executive PiovisoV" .MissouriCompromises" to mai: still greater sacrifices fo resolutions at of Southern the Wilmot Proviso. That paper, raontlf
"iilg a
passed meeting Outrage. information and leaves its readers .
just as ignorant
and .California Compromises peace, her unnatural' enemies (I say unnatU' the after month, in season and oufof seasort, hat
members. These, I believe do not cover the Some few weeks we published '
,
ago
," all tending to U defeat or impair the op. ral because circumstances should make them as they were before. Is this frank or t H*
( and if they did, there it is said, of Miss Susan J. Lock{ with Red- begged, implored and I esbuglit Congress
ration of f the tule of apportionment )political our firm friends) insist still that we should submit question even, marriage fair ? Proviso, .

power !" all expicggly designed to preventthe to :greater wrongs and insults, or be proscribed about twelve opposed them on their passage dick Chaocr of Holmes Valley, Washington Wax Mr. Cabc.lt favor of Ihe Co/npro- pass a Bill worse than the ilmot to

increase of States having property ofa kind as traitors. For the take of peace and we do not know whether Mr. Cabell was County The marriage notice came to us in in as much as the latter never proposed

identical with their own, and thtrcfore inter. the South i is willing to continue the old Miftouri *. of the majority or minority. The election is a letter signed by Win. Willis, bearing the mine ? WiI1l.is orgJxn say yes or noA direct lake from Texas a third of her territory, t tgh'e W ,

ested in the maintenance of those conferva cornpromUe. line ; and by that she .. answer, the people have a right lode. to Free Soil. th.Mi the Union'
\I/oul far oiT and information. mark of Marianna. As we have sub Why
live principles which are vital to the South give up three fourths of the territory acquired not we want post n mand. We are not here arguing the meritsof of the

and to the Union ? from Mexico, including that part of California ONE: OF "lI: PEOPLE. scriber at Dlounts Town of that tiame, we I the scheme ; we are not asserting that it weeping and wailing the prospect U this :

These resolutions adopted tLnai1neis.> which is the richest country that the sun ever ------- concluded that all was right" and published adoption of the Proviso. The reason i
was a goi-d or a bad thing : so that \\'haltbe !bean
For the Floiiilian will
&f Journal.
1.1 by the, Senate : on the journals of theJIouc shone upon. the marriage, according' to custom. From It is not (mainly) because the Proviso

I find no taer of them : they were But .no," say the !rtc.soiJer.f, frr can Where i Mr. Cabell's Address tIn letters received last mail, we learn that a Sentinel says, about our charging. C. with injuiy the South, for Arljusfnient !chem "

probably mislaid for there is every reason to never consent to give lOU another chance to accepting the invitation of a small meet. per a want sensitiveness with regard to the but bccau5e"lhs'
was just as great an injury,
believe that had'they come befoje the loll have a A/aw/ State." We don't care about the ing in East Florida lo be again a candidatefor most bi h.handelr outrage bls"bern perpetrated rights of the South, is beside the iVue. Goodor and might (the i
trill
South rcsltl the Proriso "
they would have passed there 'too'with Wilmot Proviso" any longer, because the Congress, Mr. Caboll promised, if my on the young lady, her relations"l and bad, wise or foolish, was'he in favor of it, ; to
submit
mity. They were adopted in the Senate on lairs ofMciico are a sufficient"proviso against friends. Chavera is a free mulatto, who' Union thinks,)' be induced to tl8'i i
memory serves 'ne, to issue, at an'euly day, ) or was he opposed to it ? This question was
the -J2 Dec. 1617. On the 28, Mi. Sander. slavery ; these laws are still in force in California suf&rance has been to remain SUrrender Bill.
an addrcts to the people of Florida. He had : permitted put to Maj. Beard, through the Sentinel, l long centrst
ton, Senator from Columbia County, introduced and New Mexico, and we will not re The author of this villainy We are glad to sre that t this great
the! following resolutions which also )1)callllc7., ; hut if choo to enter i into such been prctr.pl in such productions heretofore, Washington county. : ago. lie answered it frankly, at once. Mr. i is be appreciated ilt'
beginning to- justly
organ
but in the )01 will II this will! take and I doubted should before is a man by the name ofSibley, who,
not have
the Senate! unanimously, an arrangement ( ) -z/r we thiS Cabell's reply was promised. We have before it haS

purr, the ilud and :3rd were struck out. I California and New Mexico ; we \"i buy e. been favored with his ,"icws.'hat has prevented : failing in his attempts lo address the lady has waited for it week aft week till! on the eve the South-not llO'crerfe fear irreparable.The .

and House nough Texas to make two more free-soil resorted to this shameful and rascally done an amount of injury forever
Resolved ly the ofRepresentatives him from with his
S"mrJr I complying promise ? eipcc. of the election and are now put off with ashujle. Georgia,
Stales (if 'ii, lithe South will help us to leading Democratic presses'of !
of the State of Florida tntciural y pay Can he doubt where the dient to gratifiy his brutal feelings-i We most

( AsuftnMy / convened, 1st, That any I for it,) and wr wi! pugs I law requiring run. Whig party o the sincerely regret that our columns were made the time honored Federal Union, Miledse-! ,;

'Territory which the United Stales may here : l\8)negroes the free Slates to be given State, (I mean TahIahiasseesttnd) on all the the medium of this double-dislilled scoundrel But we did not last week, publish the account ville, and Columbus Times" to say notW, 3'
be. their masters convince jury ofabo.litionistf great questions now* before the country 1 I
"i the
alter acquire by purchase or othl'rwist of the Southern meeting. This dencce"
ism and thus make all the amends in of other Iess.inrluence, are
we our
,
; thai slavery! is consistent with the papers
the Sentinel.
comes' the common property of the several :, hope he receives' If he goes needs !
thinks &
States composing confederacy ; and whilst laws of God, and that the negroes arc slaves, with,the Sentinel for the Clay Compromise power, by exposing the brute who could' Sentinel an expanation c.- cing it in terms of just severity.

it to continue, it is the right of each cliul of and that the'claimants are the real owners. and for Mr. conceive and} publish to the world, such a malicious No, nor did we publish the protest of Southern

each and every State to rf'sidc'ith prop. I This, fellow citizens, is the substance of the Fimore's Message, tendering to and fiend-like falsehood. The} wretch Senators upon the passage of the CaliforniaBill The Storm*
famous Compromise" to which we must con. Texas Soulher'gold a a bribe, or Northern .\ccbunfs.from the at1joiningCotinti J represent
within such document much
of to
erty every dtsri"lion" terrftoiy.fledrir41 I should be scouted and driven from-the face of ; a very our taste.-
weekas
3d. That in their opinion the I scut, or be called traitors. bayonets as the settlement, the people oughtto Why 1Ve had on hand unusual amount the storm on Friday night of last

'. Compromise known as the .' Missouri Compromise I For one 10 "i never agree ((0 any such know it. If he has parted company with society.-.- Ho no'doubt assumed tho lan of an destructive to ths'colton crop. Most of tw
4 editorial of which shared the fate
having been entered into by the term ; they may call me traitor, disunionist, the Sentinel and is preparing lo Willis I the triore easily to impose on'us, and ; a part and the 11l.11s
I I would resist to the last go heartilywith of the Resolutions and the Protest laid : open cotton was fylown out,
being
National Congress, under mutual concessions, or what they" please ; the South, the people should know it.- be succeeded.' But hereafter' we will publish ; broken and blown'down.! Heavy

should be sacredly observed, and declared i extremity. no such notices, without a good and responsi. over. The Sentinel perhaps, knows that ed. considerably aDd
This is no time to run on both sides of the fallen in this section,
have taken at length rains have since
binding forever upon the Union. The Southern States LIe voucher. itors are vuin enough to give the preference

.r) Resolved, 3d, That in ihe event tfie fa. their proper Mand ; from this they cannot recede fence. Major Beard has stated his position generally, to their own, over the writings! the streams are much swollen. To what t1.

".. souri Compromise" shall be liolatcd by our without immediate disgrace, and ultimate plainly and independently. Is Mr. Cabell will lie injured by tbes
4 afraid to do much ? I ?. fJjGen. B. Hopkins is the Whig candidatefor otheis. Furthermore, we were not en.irely; tent Ihe cotton crop
Northern brethren it wifl be the duty of the ruin. The cause is I connnen cause ; on a hope tie tu 131'A1)1)RESS
I Southern reprint jtio to fall back upon''the Southern Stain cannot if the wished, separate A VOTER. lie Legislature from SI. Johns satisfied with the Resolutions. They did not toasters, it i is of course ;impossible



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,. from Jacob Snutlifhe n'.l mivtab-n, C o with their put). Of the !I" t I I Ko- i'n have acted' very nobly loxr.irds: the j To the Point. I At New York Cost '

14/A day tf August, It in.c'r. ( other 1 ixxn r"DIjttt'n: their fiiemN <,MII:I r.i-li-vitig) tint; t tla] ,. Compromise Hill if of
Kjirak.Avin t 'funily the nnf.rtuu.tte; : mm. A tuWrip. j Con,' in! perusal I ol lie Nexv Yna k Trib-tnf ; N hand and for salf.at! Uexr YOlk cost t, two dn.

)1)).lIr I : itHtrMati!
Jaxe a hut Iit'hii in 1 all 'ha *\' ii.'\i innJ the, ilie bill for that in the the: \' hfll' .f the !trirStorv : fiom Mexico J splendid articles were Might STKW. KT, the great
I ,\HII e .J |l"'OIlt'| p'irpr I h; !t tLegis'atiiie ( .irquiie.i ('lii, Mis. Paikman: the widow of the murdered j i lain to be right, us to all nutters of fuel, as he Uroailway importer and xxholesali-; dealer,
tinrniuattiih
po I
.J''' ] arugvxine toa caiu '* I was ftrbt LileJ! by the and in addition thereto from hundred S. .'. BURNEV.
:'If''('. 'lug hlU"'. I'mc a i locofi1kf'r. hut following a man. heading, the list with SoOO. i is to be wrong as to matter* of doctrine. Ina A IIZ'I..t 31. t ISM. 31$ .

c''t" vote fur 110 man "hit< ant far ('IcC1tiut) vote : and thiily thousand: square miK'S of Texas, The late piper juiIjiilg his desertion of the .
White and
,II" Red Rose.
I l hr *hf p pJf. Our tiRliuis all want, you The bill to be entitled An act to provide fur Maj. Beard says, 1 he xx-uuld: piefera dissolution All the indications Wilmot Proximo he bears witness General InChaiccryMIDDLE *
11I".8'" 'I i the election Judges of Probate the point to a I icnexval of the CRCUIT; OF .'L03IDA.T .
,ntit I in jour nnsoprtppr iotf I" by pro.pi of the Union in such a 10\;\illl(. Well. with I Taylor's piaclice of Non-intervention" in

( ,profit and who unto I\lIil)'I xxl.o 1. rrinl '.I C rTjiirt '. was read third time, and, on the questionot'iiR this opinion: of it, \ bat Southern man will contest go relentlessly! waged in the last Le. CHAMBER*, Augnsl :W.l Ib50.

-.ar. and for ejerktin I Land: RcpislerlnH p.imjM, the vote was : say nislaiure, between the houses of York and! language e by no means ambiguous : Rill for Iraee In sell lMn!. ,
J : ) anything rise ? We the question to John P. Duval and Ann .'. Dural, 1 at., Coinplan'tr .; A
Jute" 1'nibit In-. rile pooplf! midvjio YI-AK-Messrs. Uaisden, Baldxxin, JJurn- put every Lancaster-that is lo say, between the Clttl I Thii Gen. Taylor sh-iped his policy irilh/ 1

III'd I"fI. and bow is Mlcler' "aliel I and I Mir ham. Daniel l, Divine) Hllis English, IVnnel maarou1 \on not prefer a dissolution of and! Walker, and t the Ward divisions of the |\ respect to California with full lr.oirlc
and Mister \Valkrratid) Miilcr I I'.ippy; 1 Haxv I s. I Hobart I McCJellun 1 Prevail and Taylor the Union to submission to all) act of Cun. I i ami delrrminatian th-jl it would naturally re whose names ate unknown.IT .

j3eiird Ilbf' ratid-rdels, for the JJis lIou .t, I..ut.aliI of Henton-] :)1. which should shut out the Southernpeop'e Whig patty. The croxrn then struggled! for .I I.suit/ in bringing her speedily inlo the Union a' appearing to the sitntacfion of the Court that

"I'I gtfis, I xvis; a seat in the United) Slates Senate. The a Free Slatt we KNEW and affirmed more I theheiis at law of David, M.I ShefSeld. deceased,
I Inri \\ Lins :tud s1o 1 i; t.r t'a% III Uli IIII' NAI s-Mr.l Speaker Mes-srs. Bryant. Cc'!". |
I 1'tH' from the whole! of the immense Territory do not reside in this State but in the Stale ol Con?
"II.III.'' ,'par to whip I I hiP Injtins.! for ma n. I 1..3 ndrum. LanpfvrJ. 1\1 at hers, Richards! I same prize will again tempi the rival interests j j I than a year ago. our information from both nerlicut : It it OnhrrrThaI the hnrs at law uf

j \ III. II l i" ti time we all (Ind otir pay. 1 Did). Rirhbmg: "'oU, Shine; Summerlin! Tanner, which our 1,'oJ( and treasure acquired) frcm next \\'inter-jlrmo, the Whig party j>! Washington and California left no room for I said David M. Sheffield! do appear and answer to the

: tb !Irj'iiikthot kilfd thc xxlJie peSum WalJttr and Wilkinson i! -1 1. Mexico ? If you say you would nut, ihen xxphave I hare j|I reasonable daub. Of course, we did not con.I said Bill Complaint in thiaca-'c tcd.thuatnur! .
,II||Mt piv a majnrifof the In the
Legislature months rirf ,
from the date heieof It (
shirr the Procisn so essential!, if the great IVD ? isftirtfirr -
pai" tIl".Jat.. .So said billvts! lost. for If I 1
$ no answer you viy: you '
'II' jou. last conlesl the house of York triumphed! bill I'! dtr J, That a copy of II.i" Ordt'r be published,once-
1 of/he I'roci enmrel without it.
) ouiii to command ill d,ilh. Ar.JACOli The matter was afterwards: brought lip and would, as it seems to us, every man xvorthy the 'I' ) were a week tor the np;pe ot (fo':r rnonlhs, in some ew- ,0
SMITH.Who it was a PyrrJiian victory : another such will :I We ak i is not any Free Soiler a fool who paper printed in the city ot TalUhessee, State of
passed as follows : of Southern freeman must t then
name a say .
i Florida.;
fiieiid a'o1, is"et'IN' !himselfcrtomrbodytlsr be their ruin The Lancastrian party veredefeutLL1 : xvould quarrel with such Non-intervention as .
our The )bill: to be entitled(! .n act to provide (for) you say precisely what Maj.J Ucaid says, and THOMAS DALTZELL, Jiulg!
i it is true but retired from the
I
,
,
they this
1hloLuiN's
-xx-eknoxx .I'JI. Liking Ins the i-icctuii Judges of Piobate 1 by the! prop'.e precic'lyIl.l! our last t Legislature said iriih. A true copv-Attest :

"'R.we have condvided% Jo putilisb his !Ictlorfxcn was taken up[ and on the question of its contest gloomy, sullen, ct'termined-not: subdued l SCoR0 MYERS. Clerk. : '
vi out a dissenting VZCC. Listen to its nnanimius DOLLAR) M.tG.IZIM-Wt' havereceived B> llL GuI ARCHER Jr.. D. C.
withotit nuUiotitj. hue should xx'iilc pa'":'gt'. lh. \'ltt31 : and by no means submissive-eager fran August, :ai K>). 34 .fan. 4
"under xvill! fioi.i the Messrs. Fowler _
I resolve ; 110 circ'iiiutanees' : publishers, ,
lixs :Messis. .
I'aUden -----
IHarkbum. --
: Kaldxxin occasion to renew the conflict-resolx-ed!
xvill !
lhat he ash
f r sin. we iiopc! not to4jtIi1jOfl many Hurnham Coleinun I Daniel. Divine) 1Y.:! the peoplo) of this State be willing to recognizeas neither to ask nor give quarter in this vicinity I I & Diet 101) Nassau street. N. Y., the August Middle Circuit of Florida.

i ii S Kid'-h, Fennel, 11 awes, II il1so;), Ilo'i.ut I, binding ANV LNVCTMKNT of the Federal I t number of Ilolden's Dollar Magazine.We IN GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.( .

As u the election Judge? )by the people) until: um. Lungford! Mapbee, Malheis! M.IXwell Government, xvliich: has for its object, the pro. I their star is unquestionably' in the ascendant. have, heretofore on one or two occasions, IN CHANCERY. '

it i is CSS'IT for us to tl"l1! .' xxim is in favor of it," I 'I'Clt.Junloore.! Noel], l'rev..tt. Richunl I hibition slavery in any territory SOld: rf the I t In other portions of the State-qticrc ? noticed this monthly, and commended it to Bill fur Injunction. and Rtlirf.

than who aint.*' As a !'au%, (there may be I *, Ric-hbni::, Shin, Summeilin( Tailor of15cnt I There seeic. to have been some desertions readers their The Redding C. Woolen and Jaims L. Shield., Compl'ls.ex. .
Line of the Miss&; .ri Compromise. TheLegislatnie our as worthy patronagfi.
< and kinsnn3.. .
exceptions,) 1 the I Democrats n, (rain their ranks in the East ; or, what means ,
indi\'iJua1 nref.rnjv NAY--Mr. Speaker' Messrs. Il-tnnerman, by its unanimous vole, signifies number before us sustains the reputation i it Jame M. Cacer and Samuel B. Love, Administrators
,, in favor of popular] electi ns uf I ihoJu'iiriary. Maj. Putnam's: torist to Senator Morton ? c.f Duncan Baker, deceased, Defendants.IT .
: BRYANT, Knoxvles, SCOTT' Stephens, Tannei, the willingness of the State to divide this has already acquired. Terms $1-address
We find evidence of this fact inthe The leader? seem to be ahead) marshalling appearing to the satisfaction at the Court that!
\\'ALKIII. and Water
: &tou-O. territory by the Missouri! Line, but her determination asaboxe. the Defendant, James M. Baker, reside* in this

doings of the last Legislature. Fiom the I In legard to ih? election of Re.:5 ter by the be exclu. their forces. In Tallahassee, Maj. Ward, the State, bat beyond the Middle, Cncuit It ij Oi-drrtit

of ihe House we make the : under no circumstances to head] of the house of Lancaser: is chairman :7- Just as we ale going to j ress we learn Tnat the Defendant, James M. Baker, do appear and
,
Journals folloxxjngciiracl find the
PCOplf'r following the Journal
on dud from tho hole of it. ansvxer the Bill! filed in Ihi" case within three monthafer *
that the Ocilla from St. Marks New
ofthc Convention candidates Brig to
. for nominating
: I ol I the last llouv(* : ; ll.e date hereof: .1ml it further OrJnrif

The bill lo be entitled an act to :Li.'r! the : The bill to bp entitled an act authorize: Hut this Compromise proposed] to do what hiintelf appoints! the committee who make the I York was dismasted in the late gale, and put That a copy ol this Order be published once a wevk
months in
dreamed for the of two some
!
our Legislature hey er of imagining spare newspaper
rnn titulion of this State sons loproxMe; for i and provide for the election of Register of I selections Of course :he xxhole ticket are Apulachicola, and that the WurcalI! r, fir printed in the city ot Tallah.i-.iep, State aforesaid.THO.MAS .

Ihe election of the Supreme and Circuit Court ,I Public Lundo: fur the Stale of Plot id.t, by i ll.e :any Congress xvould! dare lo attl'II'Jpt. It proposed I Ward men. But while this is done in the the iame destination, was struck with lightning JJALT2ELL, Jud.je.

mid also the >olicit, of the I in addition to defrauding the! .vouth of j Atruecrpy-Attest, .
several i
us
Jud ei qualified: voters within the read
I Mine, was : I centre, Gov. Call and Messrs. G. K. and D. and horn ?. Both these brigs xvere in R. C. LESTER, Clerk.
Circuits, by the people! xvas read second lime, and on, illation, the rule being waived read i the whole! country acquired froalIe iclJ. to | S
and .
trade :
I !| Walker are rallying the East and West. the St. Marks belonged to Co(. Amut .31. lS ) 31$ 2in
(for its indefinite
motion
and on piM-ponen.ent, *cc >nd tinie. .
wrest from her 130,01)0; ) miles of Texas ----- -

t jeah and nays being culled by Met-sis. The bill was read third time, the ride hav.ing and give it over to square Free Soikloin !- i The Governor has made flaming Whig Anderson &- -Co.-- -- Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c.

('..1ernarI< and Magbee 1' xxoie : 'lieen waived, and on the question of is I speeches (barring his indispensable eulogy on To the lI'/iig csiid'ulali-s for Ike IJislature .\GG1NG, pieces, and rail fieccs .
Vr.xs-Messrs. Hannerman.: IVnnel) 11 in. hue Nexv Mexico has: framed a constitution as aSt. '
passage, I \'olc':11'0 : Gen.; Jackson,) Augustine and Jacksonville. Leon 1) d<> Twine,
Jotiep, KnoxvleK i Ja ndruui \ ., ltlc zicludim slavery her limits and I Iis from County : Rope, ,
Jon Longford, YK.IS-- '. Speaker I : ;. Ilaivlen.] Baldwin ]- : : from !
| 1. S. Walker, I-'sq., has done the same, [peri Is it l lad! that cf ire f;. Sid- and
a gentlemen, Harp.
'), Richards .SVo// Suniineilin any you con
Moorl' Blacl liumham !
Daniel
< inrn, Coleimn i a.'kin I ; ; admission into the Union. 'fle:
and 'ilkin"ollJ.t'S i hups: in the West. In this County the,Whig! in the event of election to r&te L rd and Flour new wheat 'I
Tanner ( I Divine) llllis; IVrtne!, Hawes, I Holiatt I, Lora;, Co'iipromiM. proposed] to annex I this l ill Iwn.p; I pledged, your Allnm and Ground Alum S..U. '

\* -Messrs.I Haii"den. Italdxvin. BIs k. Magbee) McCleilan! Moore, Ned, Prevail, ticl.et! is, as we have learned, entirely madeup (for a certain Major for the United States Senate Table! Sdt. For sale by.

hum, nurnham! Colenwn I Divine) I-'ilis, Lmig, Richborj Stephens. Taylor) of Ilenton, T;iy.lor section of Texas lo New Mexico. Can anyone I of Ward men. In Gad den and WakuIIa. and for a certain gentleman of the Tallahassee I D. C. %WILSON ',

,LtgtHe l Mathers, McClelldn, and Taylor of of JeiletMinVaterston! and Wilkinson doubt! 1 thai being I thus annexed, it xvould! .115,1-1 :23. lsr-0 33 ,
xx e suppose the same: is, or will be, the case.Jhlrson IJar, who i is the author of a certain
I'I'U.1 ou-I 12.'Jliife I I -' $. have become: Face Soil ? I "
'II ; being strongly democratic, neither Irgef to be Judge of the Middle Circuit ?- Garden Seeds;
bill was killed I by a vote *jf 11 to 12.Tiie \AY"-Me1! .*. HatipeitiiaiiliiiiMMi, Jllllf''. Hut the disputed ItCluIIJ'r11.! what; ,
I 1. KtiowJeti l Mather! ;; side need strive for her. How it is with han Your constituents have a little curiosity in 1, FR-: H supply of fiarden! 5nvds, suitable for
l.aii'lrum LAM.roiti
majoriiy, those against the. bill. are allIiis. *, easier; llian to get np; a dispute' about '"vUIl.I .-x foil! gardens, j'J..I rercivn\ a' d furale b*
I Richard :COTT, SMI.M:, Tanner, and \..u.I iltou and Madi,.on we have doubts ; fjr in 1110in;, ilp. mlch as it i is bruited about in Mr -\nJlT; & OUJIOND,
\ Of the minority, all hut IWo. I))c.11I0. | ... d.ur a dispute about any thing else, xvhen I "
e J....-1. : that region (G;. \. C. jr.. t the rising hope of ceitain that there is an understanding Newport. A usual 21, 1! /rat*. Tioii lhii the inferf noe miijlit f easnn1 I 1 I one side, the side; of :ihe oppressor, is all poxveiful quarter I
j I Mveiy Democrat voted! for giving the dec.! I me house of lurk, has clIlI.idt aide influence. I 11\\'l'enlh. two aspirants referred to, and Bagging and Bale Rope.
e'llv' 'be draxxii thai the WIiia; are aiiahtsl.; \ ? The dijp'ite? : between the xvulf and the you
j jtion of Itegikter j to the people; ; fon! 'qtieily! .i The! banner of the White Rose is probably are expected to do their bidding. If an- A FULL upnly of Gunny Cloth'and Krnti.HvDaiyine. ', !
and the Di'tnocrate.), in favor of, he election of lamb, is I the IaI lIe! of all I I such rliStUlt'S: ..- :I j you l"\ and Kenluc and New Vuik made '
all tL."t \xho voted (iguinvi it are Whigs.Among .- j there held /. I
aI. this' in the and furjlb .
sxver inquiry negative, say Rope} for s.!e la A bv -
Jud b by the people. It will Ic.ti C"n thai But lo I lie Sesitiue!, and
: one question xxv
put
the latter is one of I the gentlemen xxlj.i j j By which badgo the Whig candidates in [ r that none uf you have been approached I "McNXUGHT & OP.MOND.
three out of the four llepieenlalixes fiom thi all the Iof )Ir. Fillmore's Newport, .\ .tI, ; of>. )
lo i( supporter! ;ii j then he I Iloml't t'I1- > 33
i is noxv seeking that: otlice at the people* j other portions of the State are lobe dislin1 ; on t lit" subject, I names may give, (I
-
I --
---- -----
x" uiiiy were absent *xhen! the above vote ".asI I { a q'i<'ction which xve have no hope that they j I ( tay they trill.) nm\\facts placed before
hands 1 g'lIi..hcd0 know not. We take it for granted! New Wheat Flout, &c.
:
taken. I will Were James K. IVlk! I I i the ,'c.tl'rsIf Leon County, which win show
-- -- ---- --- ans\\er. now | .
i iIi
: that Mr. George K. Walker, so cool! I 1 RARUELS extra new wheat St. Louis Hour
Mass Meeting in Ma con.We sagacious j them! the schemes embryo for a distribution!
\ the candidates! before lln "
lo now peoplein resident of the United States, would Texas iv/ > d,) do do doC
luxe no loom tillS Wl'for the proceedings .t far.si.hted, adroit and intellectual, and j of the spoils after the victory shall !be won.1NQUIRKK." casks Dacon Sides, new landing from Schr.IV. :
this County.'C can only' speak' ,f the Demorrais. ) i meetxith! obstacle! in extending her jurisdiction i iIlliii I
of the grf'atIa s Meeting in Macon. any brother! so smooth, cordial, afR'ctionate: R. I'et'tes.aiid for date t.y. .
Tley: arc in favor of a change in our ; : oxer the whole! of the rritury which I 3IcNAUJHT( :. OKilONDAiisnt .
i Our exchanges, the Telegraph and Tribune, : iliimmuia..ng, and seduclixe, have; not traversedthe I __ __ ___ J' -== -21, 13% 33
mode of electing Jnd (i. (uv. .Modeler she' clams ? Mr.l Polk, so far from '..iugTe .1--- ------ -- -- ,
p f ppo
agree in estimating! : the number of persons ini I West it: vain. (The latter was lo hl\.e.: I 1I OBITUARY. ----- --- --
again and again pres e.l ihe waiter upon the } .as by the Federal absolutely! : g.ix-e: ,j I I Flour, Rice, &c.
anny D:>d, of Congestte Fever, near Montinllo on .
utlciidtince fi been the nominate
i at omjive to six iJumsa/nl Yet | present at meeting to Whig .I *
Lp gi1atitre : fir xrhirji much iliauKs he orders the aid .1 received Schooner W. K. Ttttc, freni
got to lropso: her: in establishing : the 22J in-t.inl alter a ih"rl but eihautiuug illness, JU per
man: }' ns those were, the multitude: in II.Uf'ld.1ance ; candidates in Jackson C tinty.) While the New Orleans. '
Irom his Witness! the 'bilk-run 1 1li.iWul I Ii xnliich she Lvrc with fortitude and
oppmienJs her authority. If then there is a cli rUe ] I : uacornir.t'U rc-Ki-:
KxtraSt. Louis Filmily l1our, np\v ulirat.Supcrncc .
:: ctiticiMns of the Sl'I i.-d. HK. fliktrecoininendaiiou was not more remarkable\ than the Fjlidt j abm.l boundary xxho has .a bcd it'h' JJ r. i i iFillmore's frank, fluent, xvarm-heurted but rather :r n.';i'n, :'fM.3 S.\R.\H A. S.HTH, vour.cest d<,ulitof ", '. ** .* ,.

(SI! a cliango uas made in and determination which animated it. Mioquent } untlabJe ex-Goxcrnor (('tis said, Le xx-as a Van I r l\Ir:. Smith cf this city, in the 21st year of her Carolina Rice. Star C.ttdlfii, '
.duiinist'ration, because on !he siiie "
Assorted CandC'f'\ iU:1 Tobacco,
'
I a'Jresses dclix-ered Messrs. i lluren in 153U 40 }havei
to
were by i man or ,) serins ae.
1-41. The organ uf iLe Whijj jiaMy; de.lI'IIlC.J I of the 'Hlh ibeie is jvifcr and Fillmore is i Pnuble Fieclitle l Whiskey
Uh.>t., .f South Carolina, Yancey and Cochran made a decided impression in thi\Kast.j The -reas."xl came, \itlu her mother, from Fayeltcxille Sl.oes, Cars. &c for sale cheap f v -
it as foil AVS t"The I for \xiehiiiig II t for the dismemberment of a North Carolina, to Talaha! ..ee la-t Ncvtralcr. .\IJrI 21. l";.003 A. H HOC. i
.Alabama Stiles and II is that Mr. David Walker
( Colquilt.' otheis, j probable by- '
third amendment to die Constitution, Southem Slate, t that the territory taken from: Ill'I'11I:1) I I .and I hus,in the first summer of her resilience 1 --
recommended hi i Jlce1t'uce; confer of Georgia. reason of untoward circumstance, did not Family Groceries.
by .
: In- given: to the! ;abolitionists! !-And] shall I II among! us, while on a visit to a trienJ, she has fallen -
furprues us. 1 It IK a proposition; to elect our Soicly pressed as xx-e are for room, we can. I get along: quite so smoothly:! and swimmingly! t victim to one ot the most dangerous diseases 44 FRESh supply ot Sugar, Spices, Vine-rar. JLc .'
Circuit Court(! t the i for i iIt the oo-ith submit to I this ? Shall t the South I I 4.-t &.C., just; received per I.nra Jane and f.r Hdle
Judges by t"'Jmla xv .
| <; not forbear 10 insert a petition ufL letter to the : in tile West as xx-as otherwise to be expected j! of the climate.i .
period of not less than 1 live. than submit to 1 be depiixed by one fell stroke! of all by JIc.VALGHT > ORMOM).
ijor mote I meeting fmtn Senator Heinen. What he !1 Having been the successful f agent in the last i iI i i Within this brief period, Mi* S. h3J"on univcrjl "l\.wt nrt. Aumui't t. 1')0. 33
leu ypnrn. In the absence of the fj-ft indication the teiritories and of 130,000: mile I. .
akin the biti
emotion -
Mj-iare oj |I r ':;nrd, and sadbnir; to
(31 f a \vMi fur this change, fitner i I i-ajs cannot fail lo sliike diiectly to the head t ;, Legislature in the defeat of Maj. Ward and [ Notice.
by any j! Texas ? Let him that advises sia-h tiibrnistioii : 1 i i leinpss (.1 gritf, rite opj're-wive to the heart in 3n-1 .
.Iic! of 1 lover of the South. Shall the admoliitioiu the! election of Gen. Morton: it was supposed
at j
t'll"e"inu any public met*]ing in any every : for him has the Democratic) candidate I I!i nomeing the loss and recording the virtues of one ALL persons havimu j claims ajain-t 'Ibecslateof _

part of the State, by any po'nical caucus or und expostulationb of the veteran Senator fjxaii j that he had established strong claims upon 'j' 4O I.ttcI I so 1 lovely and !O young. And I though in I Holcomh, late of Leon ('ounif, rlrreasc'd .-
c.flended Hut hear voice.The are notif.ia to pnx-nt tdtm-to the undt'rint'.lt ,
convention
by any public .print, !Ly any Mump go unheeded Head and ponder \lat he1iys xve no | the, friends of the latter. Unfortunately, :!i this aThctivedisienatkui. it was vouchsafed to the I II within the time prescribed by law. f\f I thus notice I wIll ...
'
oiator or, IiO 'far: as we know, a c.in an xx t hen the Clay Compromise i was brought f hll.i.xxaid !' xencratle parent :and the devoted brother, to soothe i he pl<>na in tjr, and all persons iudtbttd to said estate
citizen th<* Dilate, other lluu hi* Kxceileiicy : : I ,
should \ Itt make iuxrnvdiae mt'nto "
come, animate* no Southern her ai.d receive her la-r sigh, we alj pa .
piilow jet
puch a fu,'.estiou: seem- to IK no less ,. The imme.di.it", object of your assemblage! I Mr. Walker! became, as we understand, j!I may (;. U S. JOH.V bieast. Then has he with the cf sentiment and the sinet'rit .,
1a.tuitCt than 'llraordiUlr'c' Ir..t. t there I ihe CompioiiiUe; bill, has been disposed l of inoonfounity none otlended I He 1 one of its warmest supporters, and doubtless' Ii j:. firm poetry Au!iKf 2-1, \:',,). :3:r; SI '

i. i i bought great might? : Notice.I
she has al obeen
worth thai .
thitfilj b1./Jlr at the purify and imle. I interest renriin: and will no dUIIII: en:H:e \ hitch become every Southern mm, at "' i I ,
!: ]"ndmcf of uur Judiciary. The. intelligent! iJ.mr.attpnli'HI.1111\"' me to j.p.'lilt fianklvxxith a criis i like the preMIII.U. : equivocation, i! I ut the Muddle 1 Circuit <>)' KinriiiA' at I ihtenj-uin;;
enemies of the Union. But ad I IVxv the elements of social attractivenessand
people of thi Sijtehax-e desire ipcihaps ? to pnsse--
allhoiiiih I
110 toputcliase you, mutt necessarily; dn so 0<*lf l erTermol Madnon Circuit'ollrf. hlr leave to
tIC! j,)')r priiil:e (,t' voting for a JuJs-, at '1111 iell.. The efForts of }o-r: lepiewutativesj 110 concealiiti-flt! no double! dealing ; these heliaves : say, before he crr>s >es the Chattahoochee, it I the attribute of moral beauty, i in a rarer degrte, I' .t-lt the real estate of the ;Jdte John J. J y( lying
lo others.-he has spoken fieeman; Ihan united in the subject ol thi" notice. A nrd beirg in Ih2 County oi Ma.I.son: and State
*arh reil sarrifice; of thrir oxn thai in'cretlx. j ,e have IK'en parahzcd your divi-ions: at as a I j'I !becomes known that Senator Morton, i is one of \sete ot .

Hut \ve hax-e no dire l tn ouhr; IIHHI| tliib \] Lome. Georgia occu| ieba high position 11m.i to f'I'; III'n. Knlctlaining the views he does I I! model of lenderae-s and duty in the domestic relation Florida J. JOHNSTON .
tllc cf the! Bill! nuardnnot infant heirs ot J. J. Boxce.l '
topic at ihe present lime. The fully and danpt ]
; of subverting all eolabhMied! uVJ?t and I had united in a firm and temperate demand of have b'-en !! I any blow! aimed at them must necessarily and artless'iess ol rhildliood blended xxiti. delicacy '"
iiuvoi thy of the I DemoctaticCoiigreus'Kinal )
tleMroyinp all the liir. -lionoied safeguards{ i 'I her rights, we could have obtained them.I .- i i fall upon! him. Wa3 ever anx thing moie cm.I of sentiment and I teSnemei.t of manners guided Leon Circuit Court.

which, the xx-fsdom, of ayen has thrown aroindihe I j The absence of this union of sentiment has Candidate. It i is for the i eo- I barrassiog; and 1'lfllal'rol'os ? by Ihe dictates of native inttlligence impailed Smith & Arm!lt'ad. ) '

Judiciary noxx- in the) tcry dan n of oureU51i'IICP j i:' xwakened us, and ttrenglhened our opponents, pie to bay at the ballot! box, what estimate It iti i ikes us that these gentlemen, all of to Ihe simplicity of her character an irresistible! !'*. > In Chancery.

as a SHC: nuit: be K> (>vjtj"nt. ih.it i With I I a numerical I superiority in ,both I lloncec 11.1'I 1ace upon honesty, frankness, and charm conciliating! the spontaneous esteem of all 'rnnm and Others- J .

we doubt whether' it xx ill -aly! !III" ma.-le a !1 in C'ingiejs they have felt that they) co-ild! eieil Southem patriotism like hi'ith them! "!.on xve admire in dif rt'lt ways, arc put. uho cane within its sweet and softening: influence O N motion of fur DelrinlanN. a rule i pranled them
xve a* prayed! rei-umtuj: Corjihairuanms! to
employ -
.jueMion ,by the L",.Utatuie.! radicalism in it xxiihoiit Iplzal,,. as their intereas or in. leave the i"SlIt.'C consider ling themselves to very fruitless trod)!!. 1). None kPiv h'r but to love her, or naced her but t counsel to prosecute the saM: suit on cr before
them far I
olht-r Stales, chooses u. i:;.ke Judges ;politicians ''dilutions might dictate. Looking, as i llu-v more L. Yi'i.ni:. or some other! democrat and friend to praue." the fjist div of !lIf'! nevt term ol,( the Circuit Court

-and thc Kanctuaiie: of Ju tiC tbi-aties f.rtletlioneerin have Mudioufi'y' done, to t the' course of the press, Irn worthy than the I'diiorofthe Sentinel. I of the Southern Convention, \ ill be elected Thus amia'de 3n( affectionate, she ceraed, in the r to be held )ja this County on Le fourth Monday lit.

: Itt them do so. Bit lar dib- and lo conflicting! results of th. various public --- -------- !ited cxubPrancC of her spirits as cheerful and happy Ortol.crr.ext : J'rotiitrd; hOlur r. That nntic'ecltliis .
I to the Senate next xvinter. At least so n'l I rule be served upon the Compl.iir.anfs.or! some
lant be the day xxheu xve bhall follow their meetings, in our State, it has been impossiblelo "Non-Intervention. at slip would willingly have made others in the ol them persnnaliv. or be piiblishfd in seine ot t!>enoxxspaptrsul
I
example." make them believe thai xx-e cotild I be brought Since the iloctiine, of Jlon.in!?r\'cr.tion :i j I interpret the signs of the limes. Even ad- I \\armlh of hvr sxmpathits and the kin' fss of her this State tot utie inuntli conyccctiTeIv. -

Again in 1647 he urged ihe same cLan e. to imi'e! in any mode determined r'sis'!; ne.. xxhich was once a shield to protect, has 'been, I i icouxerted milting, what seems so improbable; that a majvrily teal I. It is such a character we love to contemplatea August 15, 1 THOMAS,;.0. DALT2CLL. .

Again is he most maliciously aKbailed. Criticising These considerations hay e also had their influence I I into a sword xxiih which to assail i: of the Legislature! shall 'be xxhigs- oasis in the vast t area of life-like the pure xalcr true copv-rAttest, JuJge.A r

his message, the Scntiicl .aJb : un Southem representatives.) They : the South, it has xvondious: I I these gentlemen will thereby only be tantalied : 1: as t they gii-h frum I the Jeep fountain,and sparkle 0 ;!CAr. A. MYERS Clerk.
are adverted to in no querulous ppiiit, but toI I arquiicd charm in the *uti-and we rise with u-lreshed and purer Anun-t 17. 13I). 32 -It 1
44 1 He tells the that I Horace Greely thinks it not gratified. There will be enough! ----- ---- --------
Lrgislatuie, a direct vote urge jou lefcpectfully, but earnestly; as lOU as practiced I by the spirit, as we turn aj-airi to our toilsome: pilgrimage -

by the People for Jud:efc of the Cirruit Court value your constitutional rights, lo union in fi). Administration: while, much less dangerous lo ihoiough-golng Southern men-ultras, if you along Ihe duty highway of the world. Attention, Planters.I .

*' their undoubted risht-\ UICHT IHTII- I lure. Stimulated by the prospect of success, I the Union, scarcely less efficacious for Northern choose-to tiniie: with the democrats and e, I II But we may not tardier extend this faintjribute HAVE just received pt-r Uri? Ocilb, a lot ofj
ERTO1TIIII: ELU. and xxhich he asks which a\vait of SOLID SWEF.PS TURN I'LO\VS. Cult andeamnir.e 't
I a Fjttem measures calculated lecl another Jackson Moi ton, who will stand : 10 a most Cii'tivatinjj character vfhose merits we can '
that bt I! purposes, than the WiJmot t I'joxLso. I lIt] I for ourselves.
dy to Ie'storc.'hat notion! he onturitinnof to destroy j our political equality, our opponentswiil ; square up for our right! whether in advocating i but imperfectly d.liniate-.od we must [fare in silence JAMES B. GAMBLE.Au2n't .

; 4 State Constitution or hit duties mi.l not liaise in ihis crusade against our dom"btic seems lol"a\'e abandoned the latter and espoused I I the aitguti-h ol those affections riven by the 1 to. t tSO.! rn

*l'r it, xve are at a loss lo determine, ) xxith an.Ihin .\ institutions, unless! lh!y are mrl by nni- the foirncr. As carried out in the a Southern Convention, or'opposing" Adjustment blow. Ilcxvexer, \e may venture suggest,that the -

like precision. Withheld! ] by xxhom ? ted couiibek;, and a spiiit: t of determined rebistance form of ihe Kxvcuiive Pioviio, it excludes Schemes I ," or in xoting against Texas traveller who hows in submissive fai'h till the stoim Notice

ft A. the State Coustitution framed by a Convention a calm, ueJi1If 1 ae: firmnssR, which shall slaxcry from California ; as embodied in the Bribe Hill A Florida Compromiser hall have pnsed over, may yet find his way out cfthodescrt TS. eral hereby A!-given tmbly that of the at the State nest of Florida session,of application Ihe GenJ. -.
People and ratified the nmiifebl .
by People them its sincerity. That political equality- s'ands about Ihe same: chance of going to the in safety Ihd in peace. will be made for an act ol incorporation for the
icl'eui Clay Compiomib: with the aid of the 1\1 i. purpose -
might, we think, xviihout violence, 'b is indispenRable to our position in the Union.Is ex Senate '. Yet shall thy -jrave with rising Powers be dress'd.And ol constructing' a Plant! Road from Alligator-
lipid and taken as an embodiineiit) of the popar obiaiiiinent, should he the great leading can laW, it excludes, it from all the other) Terlitories United States as does a friend of the the ereen lurf lie lightly on thy bn-atf : Columbia County to seine point .n the St. John's 0; .

&! will, at least upon all points xvhere i noevidence principle of our political 1 action, and every pal- What more can any Free Soiler Nashville Convention of going into Mr. FiI!.\ Tlure:; shall; the m >rn her earliest tears bestow, St. Mar>'s River. JAMES S. JONES

10 the contrary i is found to exut. It riOt Georgian, under whatever paily( banner ask I 1 mOl c'5 Cabinet. There the first roses of the year shall bW. President! of the l\tf't'liug. 00.t1
While au els, With their silver xvinns. shall shade nn-t 10. 1&50. :a. 3m ,
e rtainly icav the xvill of the IVople fifl'JoiiJato he may have been heretofore ranged, should! I made." A. ,
The sacred thy relnji.es
The AdmmUtralioti ground now by
succeeds in its
r JosEph CUSHY, Esq :
d.-legalc this tj>cific poxver to their Lejislafixe rally to the standard of a great and united purpose I tr}- F.t ellt'.itte papers peasecopy.! I Notice

sgenu-and whera noxv i is ,ihe evidence out herti Republican party, whose motto bringing I into b"ing, a State: Government in Sir :-I understand )ou approve the late .- - --- I IS hereby given, that applit"alionvjIJ lie III' t tz

of a change in that wilt 1 Can the flrM 1 iudioffcuch should he Equality of Rights, under our constitutional California; ficluding slavery and 'by its mriessageof Mr. Fillmore. I see Mr. Ste. Third Round Quarterly Meetings for the the Ouneral Assembly the Stto ofF'lurjtjaat

taliou a change be cited ? It .hue I'eo- ; I I bond of union and. dete mined its e\t sesMon.-for acts ol' Incorporation ol plank
le- agent, Butler King, induces that (;O\crnment, phciij, of Georgia, denounces it. You are Tallahassee District. roads from the city of Tallahassee ,
f'i wiI b one lo Thtmjs-
to ciercise lhat rijiht will they not in : distance to ,all xxho, oppose[ them." to enclose! theflute Territul) in that Free both prominent Whig, and it may be that you Leon C'irct.it, at Kethpace.: 31 Aug. 1 Sep. yule andfontil".lio.] ,one( t to ( lIin=.\.,and one I lo>some "I
ome way manifeer that xvish and in the abcnce -- -- - U'aktilla Camp.. M. at Lost Creek, 5 & 8 point on the St. Markj river.

of any such manifeuatinn, we ask how The Georgia Citizen. Soil State :-and. this is \on.inlt'J\'utiol !" have appointed. Cabell umpire. Will! you South Gad-den at StaCoid's, 14 & 15 Tallaha4pp11J..t! iii. ':.V :?m, 11 ;. -

It is that his Excellency presumes lo recom. .\ meeting of citizens of Macon was held! Congress buys from a slave State I 130.00(1( inform the Whigs of this State whether you G.MWni-Quincx C.Al.at Rcky Com IS & 20 "
Thmnasville Circuit. at Duke's, iS & 2UB. H State of Florida. ,
fiend' or a State legislature dare to make t o'tnponant on the 03d insl. uliich tesolutions miles of her be the views of Mr. Cabell that sub. .
I at were a. square Territory to converted represent on inbiidne Cir ,at Blowing Ca4.5., fc G Oct. GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. IN CHAXCEliVl':' .
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9J'bi. a change ;in the fundamental laxv. I dopted lequiring the discontinuance ofihe paper into Free Soil : and this, Non-intervention ject, or whether Mr. C. has yet taken his po. RUkekj"Circuitat Plea. &ntGru\'l", 12 & 13 Asa Barber )
if Circuit Ii
extraordinary : and jt conceins the Albany at Blue Spring, C. M. 17 & 20
people to inquire whether Jh 're i is to he no of the above name, and the departure from The same mighty authority! abolishes) the slave sition$ 1 Inclination is desired on Litlle'River Mission, at Oak Grove, 2i & 27 Sarah Barber.r 6. )V Bill; fcr Dirorce. 'I-

'nd to or security against such proceedings. the city of its editor, a Dr.) Andrews, formerly trade in the District Columbia] preparatory: SUWANNBE.Fvr Sale of Real Estate.I TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.bv aiE1 -. _

whether our State ConMitution like Columbus Ga. to its abolition between davit in this case filed,that Sarah Barber the
our tai Oh the day of the meeting the Slate : and this detendant ,
laws, or another the Ftoridinn !f Journal. N pursuance and by virtue of an order and decreeof rCsiJe&beyind (hejurisdictian of Ibis 'o.iit. .t
11 part of our statutory fybtem. Andrews published' sentiments which were denounced oil :s lion intervention'! Has thing been heard from Mr. Cdbell the Honorable Judge of Probate iu and for the I out uf tne State of Florida, and xxithin the S'.a'fe! of -

lees yearly to. RO 1 before our LegiJative commit- by the meeting as Abolition andas I Well! may the outraged, indignant and any County of Madison, I will expose to public sale, at I Georgia : It u Ordered, That |lheoauJS.jravdoapd. }
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on th recommcnditibn! ofihe Governor, on the subject President Fillmore'* messagethe auction, for cash before the Court House door, at I pear, Plead, an!.wer. or dernuro laid bill\\ o'f( .
Com-
to eo IIlorm r it to every crotchet that may enter highly treasonable and dangerous the insulted South cu-lu.M, with Ihe charge of a message which points the sword at the Madison, on Monday, the 14th day of October next, .' plaiut ithin.three moMhs- or said bill w ill be taken

Llii brain." inMinilions, of the South." The Citizen" single xvoid : all the: title and interest of Walter R. Blackburn pro confcsso au&inst said deiendanttcauid that thp .
State of Texas I see that Mr. Winthrop late uf Jetlerson County, deceased, of, in, and to the cause be set for hearing at the net t teria! of

Rut the Sentinel has U Ctt a mmraf rwl," hits been reckless In epithets aguinst Southern He theejtu'iuuJiends!| no more believed that the line of Texas must be marked, l.illow ing described lauds, I lying and being in the I ourt on the second,Mondiy ,ju Novecil/er next' said:- ;:':,
,
JhC of That palter with u in double n-iw, gays said County ol Midison, to nit : .Ind it is further Ordered That t
the and few this order .
most remarkaUtf! iii.ances: of mm, not a of its paragraps have That kuej (Ihe void of proiuisc tu the ear, either with gold or steel. I'suppcVj he means The W i of the N K 4and the N E I of the N W ,lished in some public newspaper printed in the be State pub-

"trO'Jud and lofiy ,umbling" Oll I ceoI'd.uo found iheir way into the columns of ihe Flur. And hreukitto the hope., Southern! gold or Northern 'bax-onets. What ,4.rIt Sec V% in ToxTtuhip 1. RJnge.l. North and once a week fur three montLa.aud lLat Ibe complain (
"MisterCfthAJ J --- ** ,l Ui:Itt t,cvultiuins one hundred ami twenty acres, more ant take 'teatiioony in the cause.THOMAS .-"
l11i11cr and Mistt'r Beard, and ida. 2entirl.Or .l. DR. 'E'nsnR'c"lerch'j'; : : was the day onlmli says Mr. CHbell on'tbis subj ctj !tyo J have .or oJ. ., ., i BALTZELL Judge. '
Walker -
On'y' ,av, that Menu and Mister PaPPy. ," "e can TIc population! of the city of.\nt spvHa :\\ I Dr. \/c1-'trr? xvas.to be executed for'lbe ilformiicn: please gire it to abe people) 'otUILLSUOItOUGlI. | ELIAS! uValer| LXSTIKGCR.! r.. Dlackljurn Adm'r, di-cd.clheeU 1 n.A(.t r'lt'LUSTER cony :,-CUrk.August Attest' .

Heard and ftc1P; ), if wc in Mary'aud' : ib t,19 murder ot Dr. Taiknun. The ciiuvus of I AuS'j.t :31, lM. :Jl 7t 10 J Is50. 31 :mLetter _

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-PROCLAMATION- STADIMTY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. DtsintgQaris, ,. I tg l 'rtieniciits.; -I IStator I T IC} fioriMwi fc Journal. r-I MEMPHIS MEDICAL DEPAlrfjlEXT I1iSTITTii' .

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$900,000. S' &, AMES .- ---- Florida.:-- THF regular Course of Lecture in this

--IEW PUBLISHED EVERY S.\TCRD.E't'E.'HSO.. 111 commence on the first of i 1ttllUft
Jf0,
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.' INlRUGS GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT IN CH\\CERY'I continue until: the las 'f February. tal r' **
INSURANCE CO. Th
t THE MUTUAL LIFE I MEDICINE, PAINTS, OILS George. Ilinsey,) rEKus : cal Pepratment will be op-n and An"ni-

,i Or SKVT; OHKO. 35 WALL ST., Toilet Articles. r*. > Bill for Divorce. I THREE DoiLtn* per annum, if pai! in advance. students by the first of October. The rudy I to *?"'

', Perfumery, ., Window Glass! Elizi M. Hm, "ey. ) THBCK .V.VD v H.\I. i if pud \ihinsx: i montr.s. Diriment will be under Ihe directio tf ttfo\i i\ I *'.

By the Governor of 1M Stale of !,orida. I'I'tTt NET Accumulated Fund NOV. 1st. tgl9.3nO.- WINTERS' nntsatpolliccarips' ANDCOU>R Jr appealing! to the jntUfiction of the Court. t fly FOUR DOI.L\R. if not paid uatilthe end oftheyearr7Theetcimns ( rnorttsonf. 1 hit!
) invested in Bonds and Mortgage affidavit in this filed that Eliza M. ,
( ) cause Hirney
tiRES it is law that election s.-curely Glass
an
required by '. Ware I' Z. FRrrMAX M. .
A D
c.rr will be adhered Profcwor
ihis and %U, and .tonflhe s ? rigidly to, and of
real in City BrookUn the defendant in this the
in estate cause, beyond juriOlJiclinn -
V V be h.l<1 thi State on lh first Moud.i\ in j I '
in HE above R. *
S.NewTox.M D.
constantly ofSurS
on hand.and
and United States for ute the no w ill bp discontinued untilll Professor
of Sew-York al paper r3'ure ;
hold SlAte and City of t tin Court, and out of I the SI ite of Floridi :
H si terof Public Li.ids.to ,
October next.for : [paid. at th option el the publishers. Subscribers of Theor
G.-vtrnment. It i Ordered That I the said F.h7.3110 appear.plead. i
and until his shall be eiectudandqualifed $ rl tad Pr
four year vjccess' videlv ten- LEW'S' & AMES. will be receiviil for three months at One ticc of Medicine. *. ,
j
This lund t* rapidly increasing by a t answer, or dvmur to the said bill of corn| l!lint ithin I I '
: Taihl\ N" 'f'mlltr 20, IS47. is I D.lIu-"i cionthj at 1 50. order for the W. BYKD POWJ-LZ. M. D.. Pr"fMwr .
drd and hij ( th month" said\ bill '.iH bf taken ron/t.4..0 I Every cf ph,
.
It therefore ordered, That the id; election beheld piwpeioiu ncl' _. _. it j --- ------ P2t hole
The Company declired a dl'ldend of pmht-i o'ff.t ---- ajainf said defendant, and that the cause he set for : paper out of this county mint b" accompanied with y, Mineralogy at d Geologj &I,
Stite the said first Monday MJIOV lOVTJ.n.
the on
throughout )( D. Y J I
the : t \I\:0 I\P th cash unt.s.a the order! KIWG. M. D., Professor of Mate
according ta :'\'. t '- per ceat on alt existing jtolifieson hearing during next term nr and Court in >ov'-mbcr : comes through ano. ( our ruMedir..TV
in October Given next under my hand and the Great Seal of ;| of JonlUIStS.. TOWLE &PAPY,' nest : ,1nd it further Ordrrrd. Tl.af? this Order reguhrly authorized jgents in the State.ADVERTISEMENTS J.rapeutics MILTON and Medical J'uisprndirnce. .gt.

I the State on'lorida. at I the Capitol: in Tal-1 I All the Profits are divided among the Insured. Attorneys) and Counsellor at Law, be published, in iome public newspaper printed in Chemitry SAsrrns and Pharmacy A. M M. D.,.prnf etar or .

{ ca.] 1ha4thi IStli day of Jul '. A. 1). ISMJ. ,; The premiums are payable! inc-nh. annuallj.iemi- formed an a. *ciation for the Practice this State once week for three months and that J. A. WILIO, M. :D., Profe..or i
HAVING in the
THOMAS KROWN annuilly, ur q iarterly, interest being added on the wi attend the, several Court of the cnmplainanttake testimony caue. Will h? i inserted at the rate of One Dollar persqusre Diseases of Women and Children.oIOs'ef n(1 'n4 ,.
Gavti ncr of Florida. deterred } ments. Middle Florida.and in the District Couit July 23, IS50. THOMAS RALTZELL, twelve lines for the first and fifty cents for each

Dr!* the .r.o\"erllt'lr-"tt : The. c.sh princlplt aI"1I.hy; this Company secure of the U. S at T.illaha4'.ee.. bllinel entrusted A true cnpy-\tteqt. J,id e. subsequent Insertion. A reasonable deductionwill CLIXQCE Lrcrrncm.

C. W. DOWNING; lo the parties > .. .' thc instances to their care will, receive prompt J\I attention. R. C. LESTER, Cleik. he mid( on t"1l3IMtict''I. et3fen.licp.,yearIv \ftdicint.-PrClfl"flJor H. J HCLCC. .:

Secretary of Slate.Tallaha are el..ctl'd. tHe wh-'Ie of t'" advantagewithout :4 Office in the Capitol.Fehinai July' 27, 150. 29 3m 1. notices without alteration, by persons having Sw gerg.-ProUssor" R. S. NEWTO,'

4 se >, July 20, ISVX 2 te subjecting to the heavy tli aw back. ol accumulated 17. I ISJ3. regular accountsvith the officp. Z. FREEMAN M. D Anatomical Dt'moIJSIMf,
_. > In fIr.
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Chancery.John
premium notes. --- All announcements' of candidates for office rivttoT.LARSsnvariahly The fees for a full course of Lecture
STATE OF FLORIDA. Person* in y effect insurance on their own Ih'fsand MEDICAL NOT!CFf. P. Dmal, Complainant; ) in 3dvance.0 attention one: hundred and five dol.ars.. nouaf ''o

the lin.s'ot ,.rhf. married womencaw insure l'!. > Bill of Injunction.John will he paid to an;' onlei for anriouncementurdess Each Profp. lnr'lI t.cket. SJ.. Martictf! :Ot., ?

the life of her husband, the benefits ft whichare Dr. Charles T. Darby Fonline, Defendant. ) accompanied the ca,h. Demonstraror'' Fee $1'). Graduation $. *

secured. !tij law fi.r the exclusive use of h. r,1 or ESPECrFULLYainiouiirrslo: the IT appearing satisfactorily to the CC'Ult that John All relizious.mirrMgp, and obituary notices pub- Thosedesirink further informa'ion will Dim, i.
public in ffen- Fontine: the Prffndanf.does noi re-iid in thi dress their letter .
children.u P lishcd gr:tuito" lv ; hut editorial notices fnr private (post paid) to 'he Dean:: !
and
Clcrg.m nanl allothersdependfnt uoon salariesarcsjiecial '- rrfl that he ha, peiman ntllocated himself in1.nllctll. Slab. but in the State ol Georgia : It i., Oxltred, benefit,\\ill be chirgedas advertisement dents arriving in the city will pleas call on hia .

i invited avail th ms.h'rt of' a lesmrcewhereby Floi icia, and will tie found al all times Tli3t the svd, Ji.Iin: Foufanc do appear .nd answer the: Commercial Hotel.1 R. S. NEWTQ.V K
} tt families t'rur'dfruC unlfO, ,irt.tet.otiahly, etgael. Strict attention will the said Bill of Injunction in thi-t ca'c filed within Dean of
Senator. thrir surviving maybe be paid to11 professional call JOB WO R X. the"octjj,.
Kledltn of Sta'c i ? I thr-e month from date hl'reol.llJ.l it is further
the evils of penury. May ', 1 h49. IS We well to execute Job Work such I LAW DEPARTMENT.H .
VACANCY hlVIIoc'ored in the office of I of the principle-of Mutual Oidtred That a copy of this Ord r b published, are prepared
A State Senator in the Second Senatorial Jj..lrlct.I' PainphleUexplanatory Li'e !Insurance and"illustrating iu -- -- once a week for the space of two m-.nths, in some as bills, card", blanks, pamphtf'r ,.c..wilh neat- 'I E. W. M. KINO, Protej or of theory and "rie. .
,
P. 1.5. .
achantae" I.L.llIELD.l. BODI. r' t Ice 01 Law. 1
by the removal front the Stale, n' the Hon Charles with forms of application, may be th. newspaper printed in the city) of Tallahassee, State' ness and despatch. All work of this cription. JOHN DELAFIELD
E.g., Professor
.\. Tweed : It t* hereby Oidered. That election, otlicc of the Company, 3 Wall at., or of of its aforesaiJ> except for pi ronj having yearly accounts with Jurisprudence.. of Cooam..'
t to fill *iiJ vacancy be held in sud District on Monday agents. : ) Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, THOMAS BAI.TZELL Jule, the office, must be paid frr on delivery. TERMS
-- -------- -S50 net Sosion.
A true -Attest t. - ---- ----------
the 7th day of October next. TRUSTEES. associated them.c-lves together in the copy

Given under my hand and the Great Seal of I David C. Colden HAVING of Iedi'int. Surcery, &c., otTer their OSCAR :A. MYERS, Clerk. Watches, Jewelry, &c.THE All comnunications pertainirctothisdecirr,.,l
JOt. B. Collins June )). 25 must be addressed to E- W. M KING
the State of Florida at the Capitol in Tal- Alfred Edwards services to the citizens of Quincy)' and thesuriound- 2:1. l5'i 2m subscribers have just reC'ei- 01.
'C I I Wm J. hl'.sl.'p l Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 25. 15O
1.-.J laha ec, this 3th day of July. A. D. 1550. inc country. of Goods ,
R. H. McCordv, \\ m. Hett, In Chancery.John .f" a.good supply ,

THOMAS Governor BROWN of Fbi iJa, "' S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, Qu" _i nry:/August__1_1_. I'M 9.u ___ 31{| _____ P. Duval, Complainant ) among'bch arc IT.e Faculties for intellectual abilities A >
Tobias Gold Lever Watches
W. Faber, Isiac G. Pearson, Jeff. Rill for worth and :4
Thomas Heir r* Injunction. professionable acquirement ; ;
the
By GOVfrnor-\ttest : Hunting Silver Levers
John P. Yelverton. Henry W.lls,
T. P. Defendant. with the
} favorably most distirguished
Howaid in OUftODDlft
C. W. DOWNING.I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR and I Watches
Theo. Win. Moore.Stary AT LAW, L'Apien plain ,
SedgvMck, of the The Medical constitutes
11'appparng to the satisfaction Court that faculty an anomaly thr.
Secretary of State. I B. CoUin., Zebedee Cook, piactice in the Cilc tit Couit in each 1_ the Defendant does Chains, Sea'sand! Keys. other coulrrll of in
T. B. Howard not reside in or then ftef-J!
any
are able
Jil2' 2'
te
h I-v) :
Tall !'' WILL Bracelet, !a io<*otn Pins Rings, Earring, '
Jona Miller of the Middle Circ lit .
John H. Swift
and in the Supreme Ihu State, but in the State ol Georgia : Ilia Ordered and the best te-chers.
iVoudrutrs Dysentery; Utn'tli..11 J.hr H'adswurtli, David A. Comstock, Court and United States District Court a That the slid T. B. Howard do appear and answer Bom Buttons Sleeve Buttons, Those who will contemplate cur fceogrtphldl
Gold Pen and Pencil Cases
Dr. ( '.ermif ';*'. S. M. Ccrncll, Robert Shu>'IN.GOIV. Talh l'ac.ee. theRiid Bill of Injunction in this care filed wihi'i: Cases sition, and the extent of our population can have nJ
Gold Pens in Silver ,
Molhri'd f'riend and I Liquid' Cathartic, I M. Wilkms James ChambEr!, Monticello, January' 2(, ISIS. 29 three months from date hereof.! .1m it ii Ordered, doubt as to the eligibility or our situation for
Silver, Table, Tea Mustard! :and Salt Spoons. an p.
Dr. Gordon's' Anti-IJillmus PilU I John V. I.. Pruvn Jo-eph Tuckerman ------ That a ropy of this order bepubhishsedonce a week Marble Clocks terprise of the kin-f. As health, inctadirjali,.

Dr. Ih ting'j Compo'md S\rup of Naptha, ; Fred. Whittlesej Moses H. Grinnf'l, CARAWAY SMITH] [W. S. DILWORTHssaiiT for th.. space of two months in newspaper printed Plated Castors,, Spoons and Fork, sons of the year, we deny that AXT ornti CITT

Dr. L-itle'* Tonic Bitten, Tonic PilU, and Vermi1'ujc Ch1d fh'm.. J. runker, >] & eaL 'oaTM in the city of Tallahase. Stale aforesaid. Setts of Waiters, Sc. &c. HAS )!O5t.

Liciaa Cordial I Juhn C. Crupcr, Je.: e THOMAS.L TZELI., Judge.A TOWLC & MYERS. A common error exists in the minds nf nD l>

Kinsw.irn and Tetter Ointment, French Mixture, Walter Joy, nnClo S Lilhrop, ATTORNEYS AT LA'WO true -opy- March 23, '.';I. II d. nts relative! to the place I of itudvingoedicin/-
Dr. Spet.crr'* Vegetable Pill and BittersDr. I Alfred Pelt, J.O. Tlntcher. : ( FLORIDA. OSCAR A. \1 Y ER., Clel k. those who intend practicing amone'the dimjn J j

MirpheyN Sujar Coated Anti-Fever Pills, JO'tPI n. COLLINS, Prtsiilrnt.IS \ TCELrO June 21, 1550 5 3m Notice.SIX the Westand South should certainly! Juciteih) .
I' July 7, ISO. 27. _. !
VAC \
Serrrlary.J05.
Dr. Lt'ofA'eg"uhle Iriiversal Pills : --------- ----- --- ------ selves at a school. who< e Faculty are practical!? .
Dr. Peters' Vegetable PilU. BLUNT, Counsellor.JAMSS ----- In Jefferson Circuit Court. month after date, I shall present my accounts qnianted with those diseases. x

Mitchell* C\e Salve and Thompson's' Eye Water, B. GAMBLE, A't., Tallahassee.Januarj A. E. MAXWELL, Martin Palmer, vou<*liors to the Honorable Court of Pro.baie. That the public may be satisfied cf the p'rman3

Mnffttt' Phrniv Hitters and Life Pilli, lt, IS.")( 2-y Y AT LA:7IL r?. tor the County of Lon, and ask for a final settlement : cy of this chool \\" feel if our duty to state.'that
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:: and discharge as Executor of the last will the Trustees and forma
Dr. Rse'i Coa.h 'vru1. ----- ----- Catharine Ellis and Charlotte A. Parish. i Faculty rjririn icricn
all the Courts Middle
Genuine Stoujhton's Bitters. The above will COTTON GINS. \ offhe Cir and testament of William 1 urner. deceased. which aueurs well for its future Success; and thai
'.13.fl and twna'ir' rrtnedit s Tar sal* bv [ 55Oiliceover S. F. Burtity's Store. Bill losell residence of estate of James L. Parish, to MATHEW TURNER.Febrnarv the peculiar internal organization wbirh counects

SHIELD* i, GOLIWIRE. Tal.has..p. Oct. :;. ISi'! 42 pay debt due' Com;>l.iinanf. ?, h o. 4 6m them, cannot be interruped.

June r. ISV( 23 than QJIIKV, Fla. I JESSE H. :'r SOX, H. BRADFORD- --- J N thi C111ie. it appearing [from the bill which w-is E M. \V.Prerident KING.

I filed i i JtIT"rio.1 Cirru Court o-i the "th diy ot Notice. of the FandtJ.

THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, 01N 'L-t.\CTl.lnn.: J JJonJ I. .Y AT LAY 1 ;;, :\plll.I'J.l which bill 11 ven1d by a'.hdivit! of Compl.iinaut mIlE!' 'ibscribfr hivin fitted up the TANERY May II, 1550. H 6ra

13i G.JrlKNvVlJ.I. [ SPHtlCr.! :\\ YORK.TII& Palmyra, Lee County Jcorgia, I I'lorida. that Defendant Cat hal irte niii,. resides! L in this :>larc known a* Baker's; Tanvard. has
TalahifSrr. beyond the limits ol the State of Floiili, namely in hand and will keep all km-fc of LEATHER:: : J. M. WILLIAMS
now on
proprietors beg t" call 'he Mtentio-i ol con- I \ 1TOULO inform Ins friend and the publir zu'neI April Qf>, ) 1"W.
ntuar" in Tea, and the head' ol t families to I V rolh'. that he <--nitiuue the ahoie bu>iiirs. at the; State' Alabama! : : for sale : and will have fin* BOOTS and SHOE : Hjwt received per &hr. W. R. Pettes, (rom
Tea b his he willbe then. It it therefore OrJrr-l. That 'pnhhcatnn he mtd' made lo "r' I-r. He ha* on hand a superior article of .",
the choice and rare election of imported > old stand!: where hapjij to !''inph G. M. DAVIS, I l-l;
in some m I in Tathha Florida, for lour NEGRO SHOES. He would here
I f' iubied-soled *
wspaper r -
them a-id hitheriounknow' i in this COI'itrwhich., \\ it h a fiat rate A- an evidence of t inequality I Flour Bacon Side3 and
bv .lieir fra5"ai-.c and dlirarv, clr\lined'\ilh virgin : of hi'urk.artce., lip state thai out of itip I i ATTORNEY AT LVW, nOht". 'i\I'ee"s\'ely.: rll'liri: ,} 1i I falhl"line Elli"tnplt'ad. I turn his thank to the citizens of Gadsd and the Shoulders, Cie

purity. anl .tren fh, pirtducc au surpassing l4rge numbt-r sold by him the, past y.r, not one hd. H\S taken Mji his abod#- at Talahas.t'E and I s i as.s'.\cr. or d.niiir, to aid bill on "r oefore j adjoining Counties for their pat patronage, and sato > : Hoshead choice Brown Sugar,

richness and flavor.T'lf > fail d to c''*<-' ;ptflect satisfartion-nd would a. ieference !. ice I in the COI"h of t 1111 J Irdlt Dist I the ittl 1 M ruh> ii S.'ptmb.-r nf\tor th."'Hnl" will them this t li' will continue 10 minutacture Leather ;I For sale as low as any one el..e.piI2f1.1"'ji' .

T"'l oj'red 'z sc the : gf\ethe n.,tne of anr one who hl otic, '( his; !. and of Franklin ant Jack<"fi I be :.1.0-11 pi'u cvnfetvo, and .ft ii >wn for hearing f jparte Boot.joul! Shoes. dr hi-i old stand in Gadsden :; \ 1 '. "l'I
.o/"r"f March !>, I.'.('. 9Toilet at the Fall Term of "j.1 l (".url. County m-.,r Q-iincy. He will be glad at all time. -----
The J dJo maGi,. Black Tea, 1 per lb Ginsin u t.. I f i'iintendingto i f'nIJr .lli"1"S''tdbtis'irncnt ; !
TtlO IALT7.EI L, Judge, &.c. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark. To Builders and
Niphoj, d.c 0 d cotisiderab'y this vear; 1whch: iieani: !K will I Contractors.
., Medicines Articles &c.: Ma> 7. I S'oIJ. Hre! *, crippled nesrro boy*, i r h's! own pp.-r.
5<) I 'ordet" I lif, ,
Diari, do" 0 be p'a'tled to lib t ( l.1 t y t'at wa. "IM. PROPOSALS wIJ, : b. received
A true COP\-Tf'st, {: Good Boot and! Shoe makers, of steady habits, I SEALED by eilbn
t
U
Green Tea I 03 able if to
>
Oacca. a to dO \\ithGins possible s'ii>prior anv t-v I undersigned ur.ti1lhe- September.
C. G. FIFF Clerk.
., ''O-t 1 do. "7 I ft rnanufaclure-i i in, &
: # : \1 Miv I II I. l.Vi. !{ fm w. H. }rdflLLA for fuini hing natenal and erecting of wood,in,lie
4' Tilt$ lu. do.. 0 ( I that every year's experience .-iublts him to make a reapectitiltc inform their ..town of Maciis.n, A HOUSE \VOHSHIPoftbe
--------- -- - Tal1.1ha"Q..t Ffb-uarv2. IS-:0. -I I
UJ-fi )fnllu.! ', a co-npound of little better"article.. ainl the public, that h they In Attachment. lyJETNA following dimen ion', to wit : 4.: feet Inngbj35lfetj
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the most rUt and choice I Beinga practicalmcelianic.and withal,determined a neu' mpiilvol' toods, INSURANCE COMPANY I wide, with a 10 teet prrfTo: in front main bui! Ten grown on the feitileai hat t none but Gins of t'l.\','(firl t t\\,"- manufactured : .f Medicines, Albert Bestwick, ) I to be 20 feet pitch with a gjllery in the end.andi
f U I fli) U in then, I Perfmer rs. > Debt ?SI I &7..Iohn HARTFORD CONNECTICUT.
ai Cunsoil\ <> \iim. : hisshtlP.hceel sa'einJw.uraiitiug! : hid1, add.-d to l I.wltt I balcony on top inside cf bmldinc to be ceiled nUt
With a view to ncourd. e iheihtr.Jjciianof th sfnitchless f to npei.'itc tl th.'.li.f'thl r1\ the i>urrhi,.er I lt rereivnl makes their a!soi- Unse. ) B UILDINGS Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house I head, and on each side as high as the tors of the

Teas, it is th-j intention ol tijeproprietcr I mil d.li..r them frle ( charge to purcliaicib ; ; | J3dIP' and Gentlemen THE delendant and all other ;>(>rr,ns i illl'rf'S'ed' insured against loss by fire. pe\\a. and the balance fo be pla lt'rrd. Tbtp, ilob
1otm'ngthe! their plantations.AU I tat lake nnriceof the institution nf the ',,\'( LF.WISIF.<. .
aquantnv
t) diitrib'Jleby! purchaiers! I t ; e ca'i cjll and ex- fin htd in a neat and workmanlike: manrer.
of Te< eyul to the firte" rs' pro t' on the ult' eneizemenls made with hi* 'ravellingsenls, our ( Perfumery viap'<, &c.. mil 19 Jtfferson '"irciiit C.>uil, hv1I..cho.I"II'. and l Jntiarv'I.. l 1'5O._. :1enl'l., Tallaha" ef cteJ. Each Furch.crvil receive eiclosed. in or orders to I he Proprietor at Palmyra, hal! be I May 4, *;( 17 appear and plead to the d d-tlasati'-n ti-! l in said case, -- -- -- ----Seeds. the faithful performance of the contract. r

package! a n'nh"rtd! c"rl $ cliiti n:him to promptly attended' to. - - -- .- on or before the next Fall Term n> ,ai I Court. Garden i I TERMc.-O"e half cash when the contract i ii it

toe chance in the disrbuti.n. f'r ) fifty cents (:Repairing: : properly done in the mosit durablenanntr. S. S. Knight CARAWAY SMITH. AL \ : asonrlment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS signed, ar.d the other when t.c: Wldirs: is rwl

hid OJt, .t n :n..uIin.: to 'lYY), Attorney tor PLintilT. n-ceived Ironi the celebrated garden Gj! : Persons deposed to b'ut. cm (.b'jin tunic spmfit
the UTlermentioaed. ;parce I of Tea, toihe vAlue. (,f J Q H" is also Aci-nt for Ilie sale of Chapmal WILL continue bu"incr-!at hi* old stand where Jntyl.HQ.< 20 3m R. Garretson on Long Island. For sale by I information, and also 'ec a diait: of the bIJlI i".b)

ten per cent or t-tn thousand d<*lUri. will b< i\'ef: R-n.l-U's. Si Co.NC:ST IO10,1: : POWER SUGAR I heretofore I hope'to wait on 1h, of !his friends as haie LEWIS i .\ fFS. f personal application tu either f f tl"e nrdersipsed.Proposal .

away a, b1n'.H', 3-rdi'l; t., the f'.11nin; ,sCII.: 'I MILLS in SouII\'e.t"r and Florida.Contracts I that all extnd.c.hall solibt-iala.l lat.13t. pr(
5 prizes of 5 1 l. Ti at l 0). 2W Ibi. 0:*.'vi can be made with m> Travelhinnhu.. ing haveg'xd .rlcut fall prices. ,A LL persons luvintr any cljitn or demands of building l-ntk.

2) 2', 1 (JI. '.n) 5'iO. \ny i information wanted with res-jnl to I the cost and I -A-ril! -. -2--.-1-549.-- --- -17---- .XX. whatsoever nature against the e-.latc of the Ute -A I (;hCXf; ; -aCi Caiumtm JOHN C. lIcGKHF-E.

51 u In.' lfKJ.500 :'CO'j operation of these mills ran be htaiie'i1? hy addrc! ?! Quincy Male and Female Academy Robert Laikms, deceed, are hereby leipes'ed to '\ Collodion! or Liquid Adhesive Plaster,Illd'S'j AR''IHRALD FAIR

101" 5 .. 1 OJ, 5-H lutz me iit t Pilm\'ra, t Lee Count"v,Georgia. -1 THE January '
25) 1. I 00, 2U y'iO I March :ru,:() 12 _. lv.* "i commence June 6th. Students may enter"I\I at bj law olherwite' i t"e"III- he h.ivver fiarrnl. Nerve taJ Bone Liniment. For sale \v I::I JOHN. MILLER.
SHIELDS & GOLL-WIRE.
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any lime during lh.\ear, and, after the second week I tRANCES LllKN'! CHARLES RUSSELL.
:.i; prii. in all. 20'lf) Ib4. $.,j-.I Agency of of the se-sion I hy charged only Iroin the "dr.ini.lratll on the estate -f R. Larkiris.Atizut June 15, IS-W. 23 than Q-iincv.FIa.: iiuiMirg! CcmmiUee.:

Tc person who prefer lower fizl.d Teas ran DR. PITCH'S ;| time of entering. wlll.e iai> be had at prices vary 1. )i':./.. 30 \w. -- -- ---- -- - -. MndJsin.July; 13. 1S50. 7 -It'fjr

receive thi'ir friz in proportion, fr will be I: PULMONARY CELEBRATEDEDICIES.Ptctfll Electoral,!, ing from 7 to SSO per mouth. For further particulars -- --Notice. -- -- -- Tin Manufactory. Savannah GE'\r jan. Charleston Mercury, ri

re-TJnrcha-d' at a '!Idlctit'of 10 pT rent. B.L"\M. pri'iled be Macon Telegraph, will once a week for four
JL Pulmonary r ili.t. Purl ai.d; Medicinal C f y- Con ttrv Ant!re'"ire1.pplirati"n..10 Lc"tJn'ud Liver Oil, Anii.Iyspej.tic| Mivtuie, Ner 'me. Vermifuge -:I application to N. II. STEWART, k Lr persons having demands! against t the estate of HAVIiiG'! to rill all orders in our line in a weeks and forward bilU to tliiOfF.ce..

(post paid) to the COm?U1f. Depot a Depurative i Sjrnp, I Hi-art Cnrrllor, I Humor I I I Jan. 20, 1-VJ. 3 1'iincipal. .t\ John M. BarnnKtou, late ol Jeffer,'>n County' prompt and satisfactory manllt'r.11 orders from MCQUEEN:
decea.tedill MCINTOSH
ablve ---- -- present them lo the undersigned wita- ,
Corrector, Cmigh) and Cathartic Pills Female Pills, the country will receive immed'ate Mtenfion. A
Jn'.tci t ). 2'2 :m Female Specific &.r., &,c., u"ed by him constantly Notice. in the time prf.- cribp.' by law, ottVrhVise this notice liberal! IJnt given to mercha( and dealers.T. ATTORNEY LAW,
-- --- ----- will be in bar thereof .
Nunn's & Clark's and with unprecedented siK-cess in the treatment eil; ALL rnditors, Ip ale*. and persons rntitlcil to debfid' \\ill pleaded plei-! make immt-d.;;ate-and 11 persons in. WHITF.& CO. \VILL attend the Circuit Court in the Ej3t. n

Cold Coughs, (on'lfjliora. A'thina. Heart lk- ist rilut'ion i in t the, estate of t Loui-a H. Newton, CAROLINE pavinent. June 9, tS4!. 23 .' ; the fniletl S'ales' DisrrictuOrtt:
"I.F.BRTii) P1 .\PIANO-Sf-xvarranted i, "1, M. HARRINGTON, AdirJefTfi \.
ea-es, D\.' )+-Hia, I n Ii> Rlieumali late of Leon Count d
C !j [ r"tll >ea.-o -cea.e-l, are hereby notified ,, St. Ausu-line ; the Supreme Court at Tallah 5!;
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and 7 Octave grand, action Pianos. Female Cora) '. Piles, &c, &..c.Or that Mieir, talrarid 'I 1 .tinnds n be baud at thep. .on County.. July 20, b'i"> 2Eo\ Court of Probate. and prosecute Claims for citizens: io any put ofFto-
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il --- -
-10- Fitch' um:"Hailed Patent Silver Plated Ab f'X .. .lion >ear from I date unit-- the Notice. -- --- STATE OK rr.oUD.8. > AT CHAMBERS, ida as insf the Got'eminent at Washington, either 4 i

JEolian Attachment Pianos, with Tvcs'Tunp- o mirial Suppoittr' Ii. Fitch's I mprond) Patent 4anlP are txliibitfd to I he "iib'< able Kil tO\. : ,ebiated Pianos car be had Steel Spring Shoulder Bucc Dr. Filth's SiUtr Inhaling who have demands weeV i"ler date, I will make application to .
; an) against the said deceaqi) aie SIX the rnalter of Sion Smith Gmrdian cf RobertI 3-Addre. Jacksonville Last Florida.
t by application I D.C.WILSON."June Tube. hereby notifl"i] to without ilelay, and \. Honorable Judge of Probate tor JHTer-on Russ minor heir of Robert Russ deceased: A.'"u,: 1" 1 1550. .11 j
t. I ISV). 21 IfCONSMJJHING If''nlthem COl1ltf"r letters of adnuni-ilration ihf I I
lliiNC indebted! to titt ----- --- -- --
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DR. FITCH'S CELEI5RATED SIX UeTIJfr: make immediate. pd\mei.l tnPATICK John M. Brooks, Ute of Jetler
r I I on t the prevent!" n and cur of ( IIurTilut ilu, I SMITH 1, Adm'r. JOSHUA TAYLOR, S-n'r. as aforesaid may be required give new securilic- I I to lessons i hll1sir,Pau'; .
give ;
Dii-eases of the Heart & I the June I 15, 1 is.r 0. SvIf Jeflerson County July 27, ISO 20 Cw ALADYqua'.ifitil
.C., alI on meth"d of in lieu of petitioners, or in default thereof, that aid \Icain desirable sit-
of
I mat a
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( UN.SMITfl WORK of all descriptions, done preserving II.-alth and Beauty to an old age. This --- -- Smith' be rrmod from said Guardian hip: It appearing -,'I nationby applying at this OSce.j .

'.1 ,with tile ulmoM Precision and Despatch by b iok should! be in ev r> family. To the Coti.ump- Bacon, Pork, and Flour. Notice to tve! satisfaction ol this Court that said j July 6, 50. 26

the scnberat his shop next door to Dr. Hinud\.. liveit points out the only rratonnble hope fo relief. :! *, AND SHOULDEIIS, IS hert-bv giver civeT t that at the next session of the Sion Smith. Guardian 01 R bert E. Russ. minor heir : -
Pailicular% attention paid to countiy orders, aud the To mothers, Ihedireclions, it cites for (he care and BACON Ill Me SIrs General Assembly ol the State ot loridj., application of Robert Russ. deceased, resides beyond the limit

patronage all 'golicred. education children. are invaluable. 'ilJt!cnpie" 20 harre St. :Lui, Flour. will he mad.' for an act of incorporation( for of g the State of Florida, but in one of the State of New Goods,

Door Locks Repaired, &c., &c. of thin book have pas!rd through Ihe press, and the Ju.f received per Schooner W. R. Petlc-s, and for Leon Lodge, No 5. I. O of O. F. the United! Staffs, to wit: the t.itef Missi Per Llewellyn" from New-Yort.

CILRLES DF.MTLLY.TIlahacee Kale continues unabated. For sale h. S. S. Fitch & 'aleby J. M. WILLIAMS. J. WAYLES BAKER. Secretary. so that notice of said petitioners cannot be !'iPPi'l SPERM OIL, 20 kez and i IltrU"
hy 2.r, 20 Co. 707 Broad New YOlk and July 21.1. l 1.'j. 2S "m him BEST
1':0. _. woy, June 8, I 1&:0. 2 upon : Whale do Powder
-- - "'BRADFORD---- '-- SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE.Quiticy --- -- -. :-- --- ---- // ig therefore Ordered That the said Sion Smith Lard da 20 Oz. Sup. Sup.Quu!
WILLIAM H. NoticeIS
DR. Florida. Just Received. Guardian as aforr-siid.do appear and answer said petitioners Linseed do Erzli-ih Calcael,
() rut Door Went of Judge llaltzell's. fJCJPr Filch'. Guide to Invalids, r Directions to hereby given that at the iseeting of the next Legislaime : within four months frcm the d.ite of the a' Castor do M.MunnsElxirofOP15nI'
Oru I POUNDS
1 -. 20 $persons u"ing Dr. Fitch'*Reinciieto] be had,grati 1\J! 000 'ifJ'jO; BACON SIDES, ot' the Slate of Florida application will first publication of thi- order, or the said petition do (in bottles) Sal S,dj. Pt'tash.

---:----- -- ------- -- of all IIH Agents. Ibs. Ib' Shoulders, be made by a Company fur the grant of a charter to ,Will be taken a? confessed! and the prayer thereof h Olive Oil. French English Mustml

THE TRUE MEDICINAL _June. 15. I I'SV). 2: I IUan IOU tierces plain Su hams, make the U'acissaaml Ooilta Rivers nanijible, from gractrd : lroeided. That a (..py of this order be Tenner's do Allspice, Pepper GTJ' ,
- -- -- -- ---- a-curcd Ihms, the mouth' of the Ocilla to the head waters of the published once a week for four months in some i. .us- F- .et do 1ndir'AIumSalt1Ctre.

COD LIVER I OIL I SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE -10 30( barrels. : Flour Wari-aa. paper published within the State of Florida.WASHINGTON I Furniture Vanish, lvnitirg lnksd.brinljl

USEFUL; in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption HAVE: just r"cf'jver a lanr*.aoc Eennral a <;orl- 10 Ness Whiskey Pork, Jellers.-n County July 20._ ;!,. 2'I 3m_ TABOR. I Coach d- Dale\! Pain Extractor,

Rheurlli.m, Asthma,Broncliitis.Co'ighi. of Drugs, Mecdn l, Chemcal 15 Prime Notice. JtiJge of Probates Washington County. |130 keg No 1 fc pure Wht Sileralus, Borax

and all disea'e of the Che-t .rd Lungs A vupplyof Pants, Oils, and Dye / Ihlwil 3 hhds. New Orleans .\ptiI27. 1 1S50. 16 4m Lead Turkey Opium,
thu valuable medicine N junt rrc
warranted pare, and of very superior quality. Persons wishinggenuine unadulterated meilicin 3 barr*! Old Bourbon Whiskey, trators of the Ufe Robert Fuller, will Present Notice to Turpentine Makers, Per same Vessel, :
For vale by LEWIS &. AMES. ", will do well to call and examine tiieir'siock: BratielyRutn; rSin. ,.Porler.and oilier articles, I heir final I account and voucher to t the Judge of Leon to who wish to enter into the A few barrels Northern Flour" fancy brai*> ;:
any person may .
T.tH4haee.FIa. before purchasing clsewhete.Quinc'yJuneiS,1b5' many Probate Court,and ask for a dischargefrom said es- OR Also and Mill &*'
) few CrossX.'ot
2i. 1 1) 2' which a
_thY ___ will be sold for a very small aihancc on co!l. tate. business. A young man, with a lamity. \ bo superior t'
) 23 Ulan Being ilelermined to'e: bar&ainr \1 shall find itiheii R W. has had several year3 experience in making Tm pen- Per "W. R. Pette&''from New Crl:
Private House. ---- FISHF.R.J .
Boardng. Peas. intcicst tugivetIsubcribr a c ll before pur- W. E.. FISHER Adra rs. : tine, in the vicinity' of Wilmington, N. C., and who Bacon Sides. Rice Lard,
'"r'oV or twelve Gentemen can be a<"comoda'ed a chasing. S. S. KNIGHT. understands t ho process thoroughly wishes to take I[ 44 Shoulders, Flour, :
Julv 20 1 (
BUSHELS 5S(1. 2S fim
of
J. Day Buardem.at the residence of J.ihn R. Llod' 10 PEAS (u sale by Tallahassee, June 8, 1650. 2i _:-.!-- : charge of a business, the ensuing Fall where sufficient -: Hams, Molasses[ ,

r>i 'Jlrt utrect, next house to lie store occOjnedty June22,1SO. 24 .S. S. KNIGHT. Notice.SIX i numocr of bands are employed to aOoid' him !! Mess Pork, Sugar.

Mr. Leon Hr>an.on desirable terms. A I so onefurnuhed Pure Sulphate of .' i a liberal salary, or an interest in the business. For HAND
Quinine.THEsnbscribera
-- -- months aftnr date, shall ON
we apply to ti.e ,
room, now unoccupied, f'l a gentleman t'url!...r particulars address W. 11. H., Madison C. Leather Rubba ClIIr
Dr. D. I Gin Band X
Jaynes' Pamfly Medicines, have on hand Iwo hundred and Judge of Probate in and for Benton Oil[ Carpet
and lady, or twdmi le genIerna.n.l'a1Latiat'c I II Middle FiArida.: *
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/COMPRISING his Sulphate of Quinine, which they County for a discharge from any further administra- Lining Skins, for carriag1
Expectorant Tonic !
May it IvVj. IS AlV I June 15, 1550. 23 3m '
-- >/ Hair Dye Carminilive lair Tonic have obtained diiect, from the manufacturers, and ticdon the estate of Charles Laing,deceased, late of I Cip an Calf do. For WILLIAM sale by 1
\'rtn'e
&c. Vermifuge,Sanative Pills and Ague Pills fur sale by they will warrant it to be a superior article. Benton County, South Florida.C. J M. .
Fruis, SHIELDS GOLDVVIRK, We 'have enlarged our stork of Drugs and Medicines T. JENKINS, Settle UpT June 29. I S50. 25 i

RAISINS, OHA-tS: June 15. 1': 23 IIJ & Quincy Fla. by racintariivaIsand i are prepared to execute J. n. ALLEN, S Ad m rs. ALL perypns indebted to the undersigned for sub- -

LEMONS, -----.-------- --- --'-- ---- orders lor articles in our line, al wholesale or retail, June 22, I IS 50._21_Cm_ Ton to the Tallahassee Floiidiara from or at Blacksmithing. t tI.
ONIONS
APPLES. S. I*. rowiiseud's !! arsi|> on the most accommodating terms. any time during the years. 1537 and 1849 or for advert E respectfully jnTO1 )
D urila.Ur. undersigned
HUSH POTATOES.MACKEREL ) Sand do. We have also a few accounts vet due to us for I h' Notice. isinsi or job-work during said f time, are informed I.i JIH the public generally that. aif i
barrelstid
in half' kilts- Dr. Wood's duo year 1 ISltK They are generally in small amounts, SIX Mrith after the date cf this notice, I will that I the books and accounts are in the hands of Geo. w HorseSh0fti

PICKLED! nfEI. TONGUES, Dr. Buli' do. but if the whole cuiild be paid shortly it would g*. '' my voucners and( accounts to the lion. W Hutchins, E.q.<; for settlement I who is duly authorized now hscfcaemployeda prepared; to execute superior all,work in that line iri- :
Just received anl r n1.by Dr. Comstock' do. f superior manner on terms.
JOHN McDOUGALL.
Dr. Couistock's Pain Extractor. LEWIS & AMES. and discharge from the Cytale ol Dr. 1. D. due me. PAY'tf '

December. I IS1! M For !.IC by SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, June 8, 1850. 22 N ytonldte of said County,deceased.PATRICK It is earnestly hoped that any and all persons indebted Jcne 1S50. 25 I'I'F.

liaise I 15, H.)0. 23 than Quincy, Fla. SMITH, Adm'r. will give I this notice due consideration, and .

Pain Killen --- -- GrocerlesJUST : March 2H, 1 S-'O.) 1 II-fim 1 sHile up \\itlioiit oeUy, and save me the unpleasant Great Bargains Goods at Co3tU:, ;

of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,just necessity of going to law for the same. ul"
supply Provisions &c. received 1
schooner LOSIT1u
AFRESH and for by per Petti from New Or- Notice. July 27, Ih-'XJ. 2'J S. S. SIBLEY.S LIE subscriber being desirous of Cb. k"iI) ;
nil BARRELS( MESS PORK, 1 Lird Oil. (pure) T "
T. CO., 44 months after the first publication of this MERCANTILE BYSI-.ESS'io 0fG0O0" !
Extra
WlT 4 Agents. Sugared Hams no
,
: fl do. Prime do. SIX ofler for sale at COST his entire STOCK j
pLi
Bacon Flour &c.
Novetberl7I49. Plain Hams, I shahlapplytothelton. James E Bioome and :sr
5 Leaf LUrd, both FANCY
kinds
all
Kegs coiHtoring of ,
:1'1
hall barrels Cranberries, Rectified Whi.key.AIi Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a di"charge i JUST received per Schr. W. R. Pettes from New DRY GOODS Ready-made Clothing, B'' .
from the of the r'oodf
Nails administratorship estate of
oin Store- b
< George I
i all O
I hhd. clear aide Bacon Shoes, Hardware, Groceries and te
KEGS A twan and Fall River Cut Nails, just 1 tlo. shoulder do. Clear Sides Shoulders, Youngdeceased, tate of Leon County, Florida. Clear Bacon Sides, usually kept on hand for sale in Ihiamnarket.C11A1i'TS fER-
80 Louis Flour Molasses St Louis; Flour, DAVID D. YOUNG, u Shoulders, FAMILIES .dtitQlli'
received and for ale bv 10 bbl, St. PLANTERS, and '
McNAUGHT fc ORMOND. 5. do. planting Potatoes, Rio Coffee 5JSicks( Salt, &.c &.c dm'r. of George Young deceased. Sugar Cured Hams, of purchasing would do well to call, and exam!
ba.ic,
ewport. April 13. I IS5Q. IJ 1 hhd. fine Sugar, For sale cheap by A. E. HOC. March 1 1C, I 1850 ___ lo' _6m Rio Coffee, his slock (as it entirely new,) before BL1.ET.'
20 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, June 29, I 1S50. 25 White Wine Vinegar, elsewheie. S. F.

Saratoga Water. 10 barrels Rectified Whiskey.Just --- -Flour/ Notice. No. 1 Mackerel, Tallahassee, July 27, 1S50. 29 _

I DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just received rec'd. per schr W R. Pettes, and for sale by SIX months) after date, application will be made Leaf Lard
20 and for *ale byMcSAUGIT Mc AUGHT &ORMOND. AFRESH supply of Family FLOURjuist received the lIar Judge of Probate for Leon County Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri Mills, Flour Lard &c.

Jfc ORMOND. Newport Marrh 9. I 1S5Q. 9 "Llewellyn," and for sale bv for l letters ofditini.iion from Ihe estate of Thomas Colgate Soap, for sale by Bacon, schooner'

April 13, 14 McNAUGHT & ORMOND. White, deceased late of said County. July! Q7, 1Sl I. 29 A E HOC. received from New Orleans,per
155 J JUST
Newprt. New Books. Newport, Jofie 29,1850."Refrigerator. SAMUEL C. WHITE, Administrator. Prttes,

1 Plow Iron.AH FlME selection' of the Novell of the day, totetr.trwith May I IS, IS.V). 19 6m Cooper Wanted." r.f nr Ohio nnti St. Lnill-

.nortm'nt of wid- Iran, tar S, 9, and 10'in A ( many others, such a Bruce Life and Meat Safes," Mackerel. 0 NE'who can make TURPENTINE BARRELS, Knr.on Sides nmlHard. hnllll..rft

J uitable fur Jow, receu,d per Schooner *nd Trif els, J"mbnldt'a Travel, Rambler in Mex. LANDING from Bark "Llewellyn" an assortment and comes well recommended ''nr industry, can Molasses and Su78r.
.
4" : sale by named articles,for ale 1 and 2 in bbls. i bbls. and hbl Make applicationto w1LLL4S.!
AbtIWd(01 sale "y ;G Los GriD U &C" by NOS. I for find employment at (fair wages. J- It!.
MeN AUGHT k ORMOND. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Stl'nrt. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. le by s. S KNIGHT. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. For sale by

, e\ro. Hlrh ". 19' g April t 13, 1550. 14 Newport, Jane 29, 1S5Q.' June 23, I SCO. 25 Newport, June 29, Ps30. May 11, 1350. 13I




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