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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: September 7, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON & DYK1TALLAHASSEE.) FA. SATUBJUY SEPTEMBER 1, 1850. VOLUME Il-XO. 3-5. p


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: ; AXi'iJEs4jti1i'Il. I ing to the well settled principles! of law, to r.fbr'7 a to .he thut -
!) !prey savages ro-un the I the
overIU11Z1IIC II 'il I .
; tva ti m to
us nflhe) to St. Marks.
I 1'eti.her( # fui/rtw.: 1* l. trtielre4ty! tract* of i h bctw-en the le, I have f you nvni I North Storm-Injury
II country i oil a form r occasion: iriveu my VIC%V say, tlrii we. of I the South wish ti, the whole c-f the wind! lew!
or ins EDIT. A. H. TILE'3IOF I shows tbat he did u' t attempt to irvtke nn assigt Norle and ihe Pacific. N>,. *ir ; WM have iu I hit of carry otirlaves During Friday
SPEECH up: s.ibjecl diff'ieiioes
.incut of tbe interest of .Mexico in :h" H.s biard nothing of these j our an-l I I in- j I Iheie, a'ijthit i th" free labor of t ihej heavy from the S. H driving the wafer from ,
\ iad territory and to pal Lc.telf in ihe sdii>-> and this ictrine of obligation*,of 1 t the tre.tly j :tend lo repeal i them before I c'o' e : }b.tt I h ive j North c-Kinnt | ; : to the degradation of be- the Gulf into the Apalachee Hay. At 6 I". M.
ihf Jf-tuxe 41f llfprfsnn'ai! ? Aw*, f). on I holding p; sessi sX2 by'oree not % ('I heard iinyihin from those who I co.n- associated with, .slave labor. Well ihen.I the St. Mark <
Ia, j of Mexico in ihiv) matter. There are n-i *.nch without j water at : and Newport wa conptderiMe -
of Jaw snin in that
uu'botiiy he
tk' J'rf.knl1t M of Any. 'cerning Texas and r JUou'ru.Mr. I Territory character. If your only rei! nice fiir Inrj j lend and kinMn'in when bel 17. At lbi time the recede *
!UUII'I from the he< iti'iiiy, peace, and union is ii>rue, corns o-il and l een the herdsmen of their cattle "Lei and though! considerable: lTiantitof rain fell,
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and no uucb const.-uVion be .ni ; the .jiiui
treaty can ni cd limits of
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; up. pie :> Te\a.". Ubvrtv
Srrriu.9ifchaiMg bowmb.'ii, the I'irs. on it without committing ,I| say so ; ur if you hive any plan conciii.i- there I be n strife, I pray I ihee. bet ccer me the wind incre.i' cd! ily/Jn:.: th ntghr. the '
as great HII -img- propaity and lt 4jlflh, sanJ! I in: no need of j tioti
(.lent c.iuld nut, by autboiiu of law, enip'oy II j ojMMi the Kngiiith language as Mime men seem protection arnJt t the mixed and motley | 1)p1 Kiiiimit! it. I ant lor coriciliatio-i, ;if t it i c n i and ihee, and between my herdsmen, ; HIH! thy water did not agiin reach the height! to winch

the itnuy and navy in s,4er todefl-t Trxav in I j Jupofecd to commit upon$ w hat 1 now consider herd who h ivc flicked lo Caiifbrnit from aiitiHt I aoco'iiplisb d iipou any re isonit4e and:just? t herdsman, tir; we htt brethren, Is not the I it hid: attained the evening previous No
principles.: 1 ?jn also f.r miking a clean whole! Ian 1 In-fore t bee ? Separate; thyself.. I Jarnig'* was sustained on shore at Newport or
ti bn the i' constitutional 1 ri ht ofJViav. in1p
t and
tr eitetid 1 Iscr: jarJKdieliwi over i'ldNpui.ihli: < climes! -ihi'so( ( sacred tVu's ate butinuss of it.
th attempt I f
am <>r ti .ltr1 ial arrange- thee from If tbon will Sf. M-irks worth
I pray nr lake the left
I : These have in l > ; recor-fitig.
rights j ?
my p. ri''Cly KhL am Mor! mul
iv>ns
mgsl <
ctiiv Mexico. proceeded toay ; savages. j meat. If xve aim; at h't us have bind then I wjil
p'-ace noj to the right il Ihonj The tirrutll in wii tnoro unfurttirrite
lj"ii! th-is indi pntab'y established by the acti.I It t 1 ionly iii sla'.eholding Te.xm that ji ; or, shipping; ; port -
I hi not intend lio1' lo c n into a di cMSM>ii \ of this Government.I need : they j I temporary truce, b.tt panntnent quiet and re. j jpo depait !to ih" right hand, then I will ;n> to the and! sti-tfained consitlerabte! damage.
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Now
l1u4flJ3i 1 did llna lewI I protection. hj r. I My 'ire is no ( e. 1'iiit.5 in : opini.)U, can be d.ii" left. l'i other Orleans
(jfl1( JYi'is' % iiy only I : words we *>iv, if you cannot f The: ochr. Afvtic.: Saiith.! from New
; I do intend to peak oJ the policy which mistaking, the i SUP.' And I tell lh! <5 .
now
you ptfope ; by a Foltlernent of all the .
di not wisfi to u hat I thctirid. I questions growing lo this dunviin
fl'l. I now repeat airee enjoy public : in eorio: j) binm-I In Tanp-i: with government stores, put
erned the councils at that lime. Il i of the S.>uJb will meet it, and (hey will I IflI''l iI
J w'dl baiely enumerate some / fpointf. go public out? of I those l-rritorial acquisitions upon; iihs-r j let us divide if. You take a share, and let us I i into, the Hay for a harlur. S'n9 losr her anchors
You and this I llou-I veil j recollect! known that I opposed it to the utmost of my a- and it aiieem..*!! who know their rights, al un i proper ITHI What are Mich terms take a s'nre.. AnJ. I ajj'iin s'iitut! ; to an injtejii and w ent ashore above the rock?, where
!Iti'. wha done'.hen I b.mi l4)fl.ing tlu-m, dare miinluin ih-m.
cannot
that 1 do not consider tbe question; umv as itftood bility. was This! is the practical pah::, for us now to cansider. ejit atvl evrlid v.-orid if th" proposition is- she; now lays above Lig'i!' water in-irk. A survey
done IIftV.S'f bine heaid ;a d-a! for .Mr.I Ch-iirmin: it gives inno pleasure to'sp .
before the war. Texas, H an iiidepen.ent i ;great : ; I not fair and ju-t ? and whether it* -"jecMonj; was h'ld l J oti her on Mondiy, arid she his
| vwie past of the odium < repudiation.I .- <*nk in tJii" JHn!3t(1gt.( I do not wish to b<> The
I .% strange to sa". ihe men who have iuderi.o l d MS picturing 1 a slate of lh'ng which said the oilier that
limit : vciy ] day, these '
I niou with such territorial at s tightfuHy agitt. i fim! determination, to exclude us ruiire'y from i} initiation.
belonged to her at that urn.'. Her ri ht* wvjp | 1 been loudest in thir denunoiaiion again woiiid uffoid me. any gratification? to ueh'>! < itif uinr States who failed for a time 1 to fulfil! 1 am but p'oeUinrnz disagreeable truths, h-r' cndea\ors force the (
Jeneral
|iu to Ciovertiuj'nl
founded alloijcther upon the tight of sticovs. I ; I j Now sir, all th-il: we as!:, or all that I ask ;isj I high and dry.
liil evolution. and their) extent, in ray opinion j their |'ijl>lc engagements, arc now the loud'MI ; whli-h public duty requires me to niter. I am to conform its policy to I their soctiorrtl: j' for Confess to open ih entire country, and I The s.-hr. Mnterprize is J of a mile front
4if'l$. was lit the limits; ovei which ,4ic! hud es.tahhshed I I in their clamors lisr a total disregard of iho not jnsfn&iot! to the ronseijuenccs wliichwoul : views and interests. This 1 was the purport of!; give an equil I light to all the citizens of ill I t the the river.
I pledged fail h of t the l/no'i., Thes arc i tlie i ineiitubly ensue from buch a collision. his retniiiks if I heard him c"rrertv. Jut this i
Her limits about
her jurisdiction. were I States la enter, settle, and colonize it with The sloop Henry & John i Is a mHo
lad niaiked ; men, also, \' bo ate pleased to a wmift' to themUelves I a :n. tiierefore. tt' anxious as any man can I I'C he xirtually charged that lh s> a it.ilioiiscim? > .lieir I
the of fiorn
she
mcb as niccesMully liy j jfuord. I I I property every kind ; or (to I make an I high water.
I did aot tlieti h Jieve, mn on J u division of it. I Is ihs; wrong ? Is I it The sloop! -, Lee, from Apaacracolaij!
believe, tbat fiic had tbu eatahlieLcd herj Jo j jiediciion | Rmthing of coasctralhah it is> ibat piiuciple! averted \l.\ ihe policy! 1fthjcmMs ig. )hare j ll l e. corrt'cmess? of this accusation: I d'ioy -- ; en-fer.vorin to control the- action of Congress high and dry.
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to the extent of her claim. fl1 t the which Mi-stahiR the riprettMcy 'f ibo law, lei; a ion* lime locked upon I lh I) > s <| ji'biioa: : u! j When, li-t me a-k lha gentl-'tnati. did the i'TjHroperly ?to carry out sectional views anti The bridge across IhC Wakulla!! river Trascarrid
which uiniiituins* (he rij 'its t ein'ia-ia' sing one j, S.jutb ever a"m.t: control the ariion of this
N'ilfwnt!I of her boundary wilb Mexvo, % arccfwfj ; : interests ? And am I to subject rnysel: In the away en Friday night. Th County
dtf ibis Government. And this < v. the law, and which never abandons ihej befiir us, and I fed no beitauey in savins. i! (Jorernmrnt fr t the jiruit1It inn of her pecu iar i infetuhsd repro-aeli of licing an uffraist fir in- j I Commissioners has ordered projmals tree l>&
eminent: without waiting f r peaceful i e t.tia- j public (faith when once constitutionally given. lij! | I atn in favot (da &pedy v ;il a'tiicabiendjuKifnent interests .' When did she ever ask tins Goveniment 'I siitin !upon nothing! b'lt what: is just and right f i ivpil for relmilding this bridge.

ti.jn, pjncecded by force( of am* to aswrl her Tiii is the nature of conservatism. And ft l it. I am also 1r a setlleMientI to p-iss any hnf. r the promotion of ; If so, ( am willing lo bear whifevcr of re1proirb | Mitch damage was done to tlie tobacco anJ
rights to the extent of her claim. TIM then coold a. more shameless spectacle tie pres-vi-! 4 I ai!l the other causes of irrittitio'.i and agitation Ir.-r, inleiesu ? Tie: North liaN repeatedly s.ktd I the epithet nviy in>lirL. If a man be cotton cropon Shell TOUT. Capt. II. ll. Wai.'
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ted i 11 he c'tiliz'-d world th in foi this (Jor rnuieiit in lie c.'nr.t y, which ;r.ow so ;painfuily dist for tariiTact" which their interests !
IVfcidi'tit, Mr. Polk ttiaiulaibed (hat !her j era. upon so an K//r.7t/ / for insisting tip ni nothing but luis k'-r is sid to hive stiff-red severely. Tic! acc -
extended die after having jroue lo war with Mexico JUT h'liiiilary rigbtJuUy to lli \ I I a to com;>roii'i-e even j; so as we
| for contending thai the lights of Texas did not j j jj the 1'ijlilic; : councils. IJ I it; it j is; important that : jrranted. It is ihnt from th Sotiih j
4 1 ra tide tiotn its imntfh to 5 jtt emiree ; and trie, merj t th" j e\teud lo the Uio CraiifJe, and !iz sjvnding i j jj we do not d-ci-ive I (Hirselveson! ihi' questions. have ifjen .-d such
rot tiir when
the
ihis |p Mil-la was uuiiituiiied in the art dee'ariig I measures p.-e- I without; a to'al abaudonrnent of them, then I Irun cotton crop. .
j nl!< the blood and treasure which wti %V IMCH ; I iutend, therefitte., to *p"ui; piaiitly and di--; | Censed; and 'd 1 by !
war, by lasginajoriticfc in !lmt< braiirhcsC < j' i nrj l.e North-not beea-is-* : an vttraitl. And I arn m t-iken in the i ieh Tbe turpentine plantation* in this comity j .
iti l It at: wir.: to turn round ud commence* JMI- liii.ty. to 3011 and lie tyun'iy.'I hen ive I the S"'ih: ineret! in !' *
<,: 'ii;*! ll di.i jial revive >y vtiii*. }i j I : was ;parii'-ul.irly ; : tIrfl. :iracJnr of IHH? n ope! Mirjoa st! whom I was t.ire. sifii-reJ much; by the iarg nt5m er ot .
i | o'l.r :i iijy ; ;! ail I si'li wire mutti; : : :ik of an amicable adjostiM-ut, we a> 1 but because t the Noitb and] !
eq oy may ti'v i ij
uJ; tHt !believe; it to J ht true. 8 jt' it jef-ivfr! j was were | born anliib whom I bavu been reared, if a tree that were blown u'iwii.-iIx. 7hnes
| mi e-iiiflift ivt: Teva !or ass 'ttii.'g that w 'it M'i-ierbtaii.1 eleaily whnt we nian V il. Milling; ; to advance the interests ot.the Xoilh
g j larae of
die stM-iiiHi of this OottMnnjetii inmit\ l iho ; j ; n' ij')rity them, \\ben! all thtir pr pi,- I Ij
h'r rif ltl'-il bouii'iarv tloe ffttad la 'ii-tl lii { The I'n'siden' in his ; Ii',; tvzhIu1.tku! ,, when, \ T7Iiica is the worst 1I
rvcu'ite'j aiH legjfclati i%v dejtarUnfoiK. The j jtoneniiii" I nic.stge. m iheir opinion, they c; :id( do #) withj j sition* !Jor Hifju'.t.'rjpnt and corriproinscj shall'j slavery
!!! of lh<*reR n J j jn 31 ? Tii:* is the dih, racc, biranda!, and intitiny ', this threat) of foice, ur2 ni id.T to Ue fully c'tni't"d' ti t1>"x point, |i iJ which 9flj<' of y uu who c.tl! '.IIMV'>S canst r- \ ,icnt of these mat'crs' of couutui! Ion an-1 j Uutvh Mi did the S'ltnb ever invoke the action j I ha not deceived and do not deceive others. I( clothed! cheerful and bapvy. They dwell in
tilM> \v > ;ir--dii5Ht"d to dij.r<*garJ llie ;"iIie! i ra\"rv-A- would bringtipoii )4)LT <:o l.iith: in.ft t. *io uiity }14ILt4! 'd), we nre, i is: nn i|t i f't).: to tto Mich; class of en'ii. 1 nm fit i L. Iby I- npprti\ al. I flot hoxv a.e they to hi- { I ash fir the Instance to IK* uaim-d. I reo<.l-.li With the coafi leuce and afi'-etions of;ibs pan. tten' ick ant I enjoy their !dydays with dancvI
Ii4e 4V. ; ( i1II h c&'ci4. It ii Ift the titder of thin< itt I find tfi'Mij ;OM. I Is1i4uii.iial1y amicably settled ? This brtiij* us dit -c'ly' 'o i l Irct bat one, airl that i is tlie p.i5si2of a law, j, 1.tk ofall section* of the country, it is capable I jof : .: >ong. Hut the drpih of white j
4::.- H-'MMt'ou, ttftbe jIi .f 1'1tis i. i t ex-t; until Ihe* be eon. :i1.iiioauiivelijn j i she principles \\hiehiirxt govern our aciiou I Ito more effectually! lo I s c-ire tie! rendtifj'i;: of fniti bi'in;; :!hj s'ronne :an-l, I l.-t (;lovernment on ilepjffeii! by one of the poor white tailor slave! '
IJ!.i (J auilf front dis mniih: to it* K itre ; eil. 11 I i they Zf'1 loo b.t.l to be bojn.- th basU upon \\hicb aie I to ajir'V. !| !_ VPS from labor ; \ hit his 1 <-.r rigtit, expifhely earth. I>.it it c.'in riv'r be miintained I i yf New York itt the following passaire taken
1' u-ar wa* declared. Ii i was
i14 i iiii i i li'h t l' -\a* to extend h T jurisd'oii 'iuiHer : j So far; -is; the iuMiidary oi 'iVva-i i is conc'Tii- ihis you continue to refuse u. And h, nv i is ii i| was formed. All free ( ;Jovernnients are the'i AJ a clu ?, ll ey :>re the tnoit oppres-.ed TjiixTs
IKMliu; -* and coii'tituli-i! to the limit> I IJut; having been led t. say more upon itvi"I, e. ] -.1 n wiiliji to seltlc tha'' iijmu: tin* plazik upon this very Terriloiial, question which i i.s j creatures of volition,-...a breath can make them ( creature. Thor are reduced (to such'
KU 'ject ofihe ii:.uidaiy ol Texas t then i $(h2* -d I by the IV. sidfiit, tT..vi \ d we a degree Oh wrtcht'duzt. ihnt
ol lit-i T 'iritorial ciaiui, thai ibe army WH'. oriiivd in-j t : CHHIIMMI now the source of the exc.ieme.nl, which the> !i and a breath can destroy them. This ( tv. i they can sink
tended, iu c.u s of the i.iicrmptiotis t2I4! terms ol t iistoMD2 ol the otherCto.htl I no lower. They between
;n ttkeap<>M$i'iu on tW e ,t buiih <.riiu' quence | ei.tlennn from I'ennsv Irani says will neverbe eminent is no exception to the rtc. And are placed two a!.
Kin i: < i rTIr1s. The+ war wu the consequence; I'-tum to the poiut I was npttn.: And I a ain I I iiciilieii.! We hear a great deal ahived! until th<; South ceaso, her eadeavL when once its spirit shall: have dep-irted, no j lertntvies-they must either defraud: the mem-
.tud j iii'.v I ask, if thri' is anything in their repeat, tl-.itt if the Prch4t! should b caUu.J j juptia ;t !tiout settlement, :tJjJfn'u!, harmony and j ors to *gain an unjust ifitble! control over the I II I power on earth cm ever ;ajjain infuse in il the !I! burs oft heir own poor class who tnist them
-ftty liidt! %Mb made at the end oftfn! wr: iniiiM'MPnt by Texas to put down illegal resistanc" :j jto tiuii.n. Now 1 am f r till these. 1 am no eni i| nc;ion of I the (;overnment I Ilir.v dob this Promethean; spark of life and vitality.: Yon >t( weekly! for tb" nece aries of lif; or strike out
<- ) with tiW* law s f Teia whicti thwir her authorities within her limits; he woul i JJ. u.i I ca : W.IK: cotnni nc' i) to enfiwce ? .Si fnr iV nn. b? bound to ivgdid the law* of Texas dfJinina j j1ier who knoiv much of me, know! full well lhit I i| control the policy of the (i ernmeiit to carry Chairman, when [ look In the causes average wages of journeymen tailors ois
tit** tivuty uiHnus the ousiaarv in !>e iJi I bituudary, as the law of the land 0:1 this' 1 'neaii exactly* what fear. 1 repeat. I am no I, out their sectional: views and purposes ? I which lie at the bottom of I tb-se differences of';' Soutbt'rn work is seven:j-the cents a d.sr; ,
Jli i (trandi* up lo the r.oiwr < f Nov.M *sic !| subj Mi. uulil it be d-plated: cr iuvalidate;) 1n } \ |! enemy lo the Uiin--and I am f tr its preserfaiion t A I p ihiic dti.tin ii.i is been( acquired! by the opinion between the North and the South, an-? anJ I cIwiIIc'Dge Lopgfreet or any of tbosovb
<.n: Jhr other *ide of the II in U.a tide th ..it S'* ) t .peiior law if it had d 'trains? ( nv .twaid-leaving to Tvxa wiihotit did iv 1. A lw of Congress, witii tJj.c.ms.n' 1 J Jof ;priaciplc* ofeqijility and ju lice. .\Mac5nneni :j and the! Souia, who i is charged vii: en I-vivor- !j lunk at their cbarncter. extent, and radical! na- j I i and I would her" aseIL lat! far the greater
the kli, fatetEt retiritrtion, all iit : .fjelaim- Texas, would be such a iaw ; l l't .>neI : to the Un "a with me, an-l wi.li 1'ie ri i in to control the ( J.jvenitnent for their purposes. { lure--enterinir as they! necessarily (j4,, into the j! utnnber iruike I'ss even than the Mini >j>eeiTied. -
I such i is hi exioc '. \VheU.or Jaw of Cuts, "|4cr.uly, 1 i-i.k! : j la a scu'i.ncu! of-s'ii The majority of them hare f. rrjlJe
cii! Itv iir. And, ntoi oxer, tbf tr*.tily In* aID a j; g ; : ; at.ks nclhicg: but ILJ.I ihe cjnn-aitc'jri-; \fry or.!aaizoticn( ; of riely with us-I rr. rt J < toi
'i ite- ;:!iiie, vviii.uit tbe Ctl"11':!! ofwould -: (1 i. :ti: whicli i is l.e! public! be I i support.; The average nuax'wr' of member
C'ntUnit
I ijt; acrotnpinriiig it wh.ch: i miiV f TEart; 411 i?, i.iry, property may ( U3pleu.sa.i: app-cuensi- tor 'h ;
BiiJ in \\hirh the oouidtiy' : iii i Texas i i'> ceurly! j I bo such a law, is int now I ihe. glojifs! of I the pre.-cf .', and! I th- hopes$ of the ;' opened to the entry atd: sc'liem-nt and equal Is'nre!, p Tin men! peace and q-ie; of USB ditferenl ;j! in curb Hintiily may be taken at four. A man
Mil daiinctlyet fort1', as runnijig tv'ilh the j us. It wiil be time enough to diVu that 14SI C. It Oil 5C5 troui no ba<>e cairuiation of j enjoyment ( faIl tin ciiiz'li: f every p.rt f States of ihs: Union, force themselves I|i cannot rent a room anJ Iwvt-roorn to shelter
Ui'j Grande fiom ji I* iK'ib' ; to iu wmrce. So j j etion when it arises. .AH Shut we now have dollars and; cents. IJut 1 fell pntleuii'nXoruh of ihe the ItepiiMic, with their property of e'.ery d upon tny tnin-J. 1 am ntt however di.s-poseil p' them; on the third story of an ill venlilateilbosjj __
lar, then, tioiJi this treaty c.iuiaidnjr: auA'tiunai before us, is the uic-si i i1's1ltefl1$ : with ite {Tt'vious J Jvs: < {"Jtsa ion, .fdt.m Executive itint it is a question that I it fha!! be, preserved or iu.l. I Iu point oi here and deniitid: that the whole of this cot,,- j (tensions: unless compelled lo dt so. It miv j ji ; has SI'J per imitb to provide (Aiei, fool are I
,, in *, tip-in all tic iu'e juct anuMIUC by competent au'horily, he will twe litre; ? to Nor.h 1 Ihan to the Sou'li.Ve'I have b''ut J but themselves! or for thernsehe-j socli! persons : system which:! no skill ran eradicate, j'isl'' barred front alt ill! ? enjoyments of life, are! '
ion, toalTmu and lully! egtaUIi-h th' prevent the extension of the j'irirliciion ofTrv- j !..ttft.im! that s 'ciioti for eight mi>nihs past j I from the South as will ut rip t them elvc' of a as we carry with us in our body the seed-- of I I scarcely able to subset! in the? must xnctchcd

t.;_h's. and utterh' to denriv UIH Ciovoruineirti \ as over the territory !h ing within her !i'nisa; I I but eulogies upon the I ziiott. If they nre I j cer.'ain: sp ries of their properly; and conform death which will certainly do their work af i'I and miserable manner._ _

iii i a i }>retext qucsiiotiiug: th<'!n. except l the policy of the North. I *u 1 I t the allotted lime. }Jtit because we am ail !I ---- --- _
hold, often, and 1 iniutnotit. repudtuiu'ti. laws are not incon-idm* or in cot.fljct: with! loibe[) institution* of our fuller*, i ii in time lot | hut it to every can-lid man: in ?th' worltl, out. | eoi! %cious that we must die, it d.jps not tiliit'; -1 FI 1J F Late and Important frcm Hio .. ,.
Mr.:' Mo. ro iini'iiu-u u'Leiuer ib** rst..11toi.s j any soperiur law ; and that he' will do thl them( ) to present the! ofivrin; :; which! they are j Ki-le. of the IIo I ,'&ne. it'this in iit t :a fair ktafcm ''it J Jj J I that: we ibtitild hasten: t the event by an act ofij.tlt. Th" barfie Erastus Corning arriveJ at ihr*
"I iimicxau'oii did nol Jrave: it to the < MieitI without hiii! any: authority from fxmyrt t ii. wIng: to make upon the al'ar ofo'tr cotnmon j of the qii"ition ? The South a.k<; no disi-rirn ': : ; Wehtve the b.isiness. duti.*?, and 'p >rt ibis morning from Kio Janeiro, xvbencu j ,
( Ivcrz111z1t to dotemtino the i ouudurv < fMr. addition to thtt conferred upon him by, the IUJKof I rounliy t for it-pieseivalion. I If I I they expert I Iihe iuition isi h"r favor. I Ii u is t bus North t ihti: Iieeking i* ()}a.igat&on3 lit.{'life to discharge.! So with ihiGovirmnent. she sailed on the 0h! uU. ; twelre Iay3 !later _
Tc3ft1: 1715 and l-sliT. I have *ho\vti con. I SO't Ii to Uiak1 all the sacrifices, toeld; i ieventliinn to obtain crimirrttion against !her ;: '. Iecau.-e) I may have serijtis'1' than th? last advices.

S>ph.Mas. Th % r *M liitJoM tfft1tl4t. clusively, I thiuk. tint llioue acs: confer no I !, and to pe ruit I them, to cat ry out j and her people. And who lead in ibis en- j apprehension* of the woikin of causes' known I learn fronj passengT: that the Hritisb; Adiniral _
tion c the pmver to Ki'ttie this
'it1ih*xirM>. '1'hey pive iiii < aovrinient an. 1 if he atfemptr. thus; bj' force toanest the 1 alnti'.boritje ! ) Parainaba or Ptr.ba1] and burn
thority or power ov ,r ih vuhject Jor i. rti er of Texas it will b 4 ti ross tisurpa Chf1.PSSjOL4. The Uiiion was formed] for the So'iih. Sir I deny the charge and reppl ii. j jI I ac' I am disposed rather lo Lope for the i it t four Br Lzii.tn! veTsels.
oltjecl nu I to ,Iii furtU T esseut. This < ov. | lion of power wlueh: dhouSd lie resisted protection ff the lives, I the I libeity t and I the I I tell that gentleman, and the! 1 House, if the-e [t best?, while! I feel bound to be prepiied for the The Captain of the Uraziiian frt in the port _
ernnieut had no jutitdiclimi! ovt-r the inuttei 1; And if's >u wish to Uuoui! ; t J i&eann'S1g411P by I p-operly;$ of lho e who enteied into it, and t azji'ation are not to cease until the South '1 worst.Vb.il; i is really In be be future Cite i'npaued fire upon tie steamer and killed one oftbe

Lut with Meiico. Shp hid ti power to hay to or how 1 mean it should be reU.ted. tho.e who fhoitld! fill their plac'.s after them. s'lili quietly an I silently yi'-M to lhe-e demandsof j; an]I destiny of this! !Republic' is z nntter of in- j'I mjn.
Teia tlut her Jitni'.K ; I tur; distinctly, it t-l.oud! be t existed by Allegiance and irotection i I Ij It vas supposed thai the Admiral was acliiig
.hnuid h<' n,4rIrltd. tul : | ( are ; eciprocal ; t the North, it is iHeles* to talk of any I foresting speculation ; but I am xve.ll s.itisfiedI
i in treating with Mexico. J hate shmvti thai; j tvrmi. lb lawless ftirce alwas should be re- wheie no pro'ection is extended, no rihu'tot amicable settieni'int of t the matters in corro1: 1 j that it cannot tat Ioii. even if the! present I !under orders received from !bone fur the supptv -

I in the tr<* tyvith Mexico there ii no cau! -e re. j sitd. ait! ejiatic can ,claimed.} And no people; in ven>y. If that is the bisis you propose; we differences be. uj.i.! led. unless these violent: ; I Ii ion of tht* slave trade.
i1riclmg thrin. Of-courm* die jjis! noi owrfto j 1 cannot tpeuknr\ T 'Xas-I have no authority inyju'i emeni, WHO desert? I ihe namuol Iree- need sav: nothing abo'it agreement! or a.ij-st-: i i and bi'ter sectiorril feelin j nf the North !bej I There was great excitement in Rio on tha
r-'kirict I them now. Hut, to ppftt ihsni... to fpeah Ibr her- >he has men up .n tS!: > j jI ,I men, will continue their allegiance) to am.iventneut I m"n;-upon;) thOse terms we can never settle j j f kept out of the Vntional: Halls. This is a I I'subject: and it wa- thought that a serious diflleiilty -
ject to the in cloaier I floui, wI ) can spenk for her. I Iit i hivetakt'ii tni*. < ;. which itself a", I m-ich xvr ud! arise between the 'Brazilians and _
gpjitlfinan a nw *!! iI [ arrays not only The people; of the South hate as jijrht ;, conclusion that: nil must come to, \rlro know
| O e thut Mexico had ner jn"'i .tied the j the character ul her p"ope! if the 1iii itezlii.itpd :gainst their fjopi-rty, bat a !aiuM their 1! to oectipv, enjoy and colonize these. Territo-; inylhing: of i lie iesr ot'liisVr Uut (itir i; tl.e Ikiti'.
iiht Texas to lh lli> (jtratde; coul iths: at the Alamo ai.d .i. Jacinto vt.uld4tahItflj and civil oiganizaiion. I If ,tou, gentlemen oi'j j I ties with their property, as th! paojile oj the j I h'jsinH.-s lo.rhy i is with the pre eit, and no. I i The -k-ies at Uio hail nearly ?ubsll tjNo .-
(lovcrntnetn cv r have d jc; *n ?-V, oud: we I I( tamely tn stiob wanton wron The jilu North, then intend to ingraft: upon ihe I !! North have with tbsirs. Tki ts the b i>iup; j I| with the future ; an I 1 would now invoke eve- oh.rccws of interest.-Aeie i'ort Herald -_ _

not IIHVC been bound to maintain her j i'u' indiej j I right and duty < Texas lo my mind, are ch ar. I policy! of this cuinun; Government, your ami-1 on which I stand, and lh principles upon |, rv member! oi ihis House who hears me, with} \1th instant.
*''on Jo the exteiit of her liuiit: p e < iiiitid l ylier If I he (juetlion le l not n-Jil.-d i bie! t>h< uid ox- I It&'ad j hljvery: views, and lo make its action; : conform which il tests' are as immutable as li_)ht and j j'ha sam- frankness carneslne.ss. and! singleness Captive lady: the Caiiaaehcs.

law, atiJ to have put duvvu and iuRiim-c- | br juri (].ciioa: over this tenitory-eh t'i y-nir sectional ;puiposes, it i is; unless lo sayafiyth.'ng j'jflic;*. They are the ;principles of nat-nai j[ of:f ptirp'ise with whcb: I have adJre>si-J The Van Uuren ataonj(.Vrk. ) Intelligencer ,
I lion n ainsi; lier UMK M-itliiJi those limit* ? The '! should pass ail law* iieceesaty to i.uutJ4lbCdtltCC : : imio of co.npromisr, cattlemen!* ad. law, founded in nataral: jn ticrf, us recognized I i i them! I throughout t these remarks, lo come up a trader the Camanclu! Iiidhns has says dis.covered I
only content in* piiti' Texad had was Mexico ; I to her toveieignty within her j-uttni'iil; or union. I It i as well fir us to bv the ablest Publicists! who have ever wiifen I'' I Ij like inn and patrioN. and relieve the country among in a < amp of tbat nation, a while wo.rmn .-

i*:iiI \rbfv1 Mexico ceased ;ilia c. .ite; t Texas; I| limits. com to a dibtincl undetMa'.iding: ( : upon; : UKsub- j i I upon the laws of nations: and the r'mht* peri, i Ironi the diiijeros: !: embarrassmenl by which j fair and cotrrrly in appearance, who is
a id the t'nited SiiiU's f fetoo<] towards earh oth.T And if iho execution of thow laws JioiihJ j jct at once.. I do not place a low I'&tirintei i taining to conquest These acquisitions be. i I it is :at this time surrounded. It i.s a duty we j iutermirried tbern, anJ he is the
just a? they would have Ktood if no content be opposed by force, either on th" part I of th'1I4Pe i! tip; HI the value! of'ih' Union to the South : but tan*; to the whole people of the United States owe lo ourselves in the million* we represent j sister! of Lii'tit.nnoog Io\e or Lov"tt, who says command
had ever nri en, un1e t> in m:>liui2) tim treaty I II![ rceidins in iho I dNaiTecled feectim or !I' 1 Jo not einciJrr i its disouiot! ; with all I I the t as conqiidoisc. Tney: hold them! under the i :and( to the whole civilized world. To do th'.s. II|I ej a train which? !Ift Independence about tbreo .
which) terminated the contest, and wh"re the ''I 'the army of the Utiiled Slates, the thould >; manifold attending evils of such! an went, in Constitution and tb Genera; Government I!I1 I j ja I leil you ;avjain there must be concession by years ago, anJ that s b-i was in company with
I'niied' Stales only had jutifcjieiioii, inn ie- '' meet foic.j uith force, let the.I cunterjueneeK bi I i'1 full; view beib'U in**, as I iho ii Cutest! t Calamity !. c ni'ni' n p.-opeity I I in a rorpoiate? c-ipaeity. '' jV&ttel j the \h;! as well as ihu South. Are yen not > ['hf party v.ben itv attacked by the Cam- _
Jtrjctjc,,) \\asimpaMui upon Texa li ti"IiI i what they t may. And no nun need delude that cuiil 1 befall us. I Par I nun il. Therein i ( in treating on t this subject, in l.i> | |prepaied lo tnukc them ? Aro _your feeltii ( archear ij that her brother was badly vroundcd -

I rtrictio: had been iic-eited, in the. tieaty, fi j himself with the t o inion, that: in such a con.flict I no e\il which; can fall upon any people, in myoiiuion work i n the laws of nations, ta.s" (boik 1 t too narrow and restricted t;) embrace th' | a largo r.n>nter ofthe men were killed, and .
'aurse Texas! would have beeu b.euiid 1 Isy it ; Texa" would be alone. I have latelyexpiessed ] eq-ial to that oflhe degradation which r7 '// .20p. 113: : whole! country and in deal justly by all: its I she! Mtth a nnm'>er OttLWn>. -cre carried off
tor thio (Jovernin-nt, had the power in that I th$ ? ojiinioc that the firit l'Je.rjl \ alwa\s follows a Mib'iii.-sion to insilt, injury, "All rnembeii' of a corporation have nnftninl t pails ? Have yon fornr a fixed, firm atul infle prisoners by the Indians. She say she i is well
way to take jurisdiction over it, hut in tifl olh-); 1 I gun Ih'il) i>haU! he firc.1 against ihs jmajile! of\\! outrage ami a ggtCSjtI. And whenever this I ( right to the u\c r fe commn property. t ib'e' determination to carry sour mea ures I j treated by h r husband, but the women ate
tr \\nAdd as the tieaiy dues not contain aivfcuch : >J 7'nas: without the tut'hsrily of laic* trill be n I (ioverim"iit! i is lit'I'121t' in h jMile array :igtinstJ Hut? rej)'vtiti4 the manner of enj.iying if, the into I ibis House by nutnerci'ii strength, and cnel to her ; that she.is ansir.us to return to
rcsiiiclion, and at Mexico i no lon > j fig, | fuaiiitain that I Texu* and the IJnii i i Ihf. liit'i( (.irivi-le f>> rally io the/ rucuc, And j jI I and leailessly: I for rerotit'ion, I $peak! : as they may think: proper provided! i I i m' .y be prepared t to meet the consequences rt t j horses will procure b-r ransom.
ted States Ktand towatd( cacti other JIII tli I repeat the sentiment here thi) > (htV. The p'ainlj"' (icntlcmen may call this trea'ori I that th.ise! re nl.ilions be not iCs.pjttflt with whatever fillows. The rep'i.ibit.y: i! !; will t j --- .----
njl/ject nuw just :ii they Mould hare Mooj it cbtn'r of bittie al Concord, L! x5ii totj, and i if they pleas-*. Sir, epithets have no terrors that equality of right which ought to be pn>- 1 i ie. t upon } our own heads \ ou may tbiiiki I. Giant's Bonss.
the war had never J *cii wa2d, and AI *xicolad 'Hunker Hill did mot more rnanicailv aioib2eveiy : fjr me. The charge of truitof in ty be served in a comni'inion of pro )(9 I V. Thm a j I that I Ihe suppression of an on'break in the I A week cr tWO since! >Jr. John Ilarned, lir.ing .
netcr disputed: ; her ciainj. 'Tii* t'"nil I fjiend of his country, tioni: MussachuMUsto whispered in the ear of ihe titnid t and ciaven corporation miv: deteimine the rise of a corn j !Southern Slates would be a holidiyj'ib for a I- ; on; Rolling Fork about Iwt'lvc miles from ,
I ttusf?, uiiderbtatids in-, utid li-ej* fuily; 1 1ausvveied. Cleoigia, in the tinsf ofco'oiii*! wrongs, hearted. I Ii I i j&; I the last appeal I of tyrant", liis mon fore't or a common pasture, either alhit- (j ;few of your Northern regiments but you, may this plnce, discovered a human bone protruding
than the first roar of Federal aililery in Midi i ii'j new word of modem coinage. I It i is a tins to all the members according lo their j find In your cost, in the end, I that seven millions out of tin* sand on tlie r'trer bank It proved .

.I',L Stevens, of Pennsylvania. a ;Jed if ii'as i | a ca tit at Santa Fe, will felarl! I to aim*, al I this term long since familiar to those who I: know- wants or allotting! each :in equal share ; but ; of l people, lighting for their rights, their } to be a thigh bone, perhaps the largest ecrecn. _
not comjteleni for Mexico to afcij n h.*r i in.: | time, every, tru hearted man .Ui of 'l.tri how freedom j is lost, and how fieed '' rent in (he disputed tenitory to tli' United and Dixoi/A line.I I The foimer was the b<*. "(In. And I siy here', in I Ihe presence of this members, or to make itditlinciion to his ilitad- easily c-niq-icred." I subm't the matter to I Iuuir of cubic inches as that of a common sized

'a'cs! and whether the. United Sutr under: ginning of one I'evolution, and il will be for House I I in bread day, that I will -ktiowedge! vantage< by!, aligning him a less shire than that del hera Ic consideration. man. Judging froin the size cf ihe bon? found, .
the treaty, was not the ass-igiiee oi that interist those lo whom I thf> destinies I of I this I Kepublic allegiance to ::o (JovernmPnt I thai p'lt* I the of the o'/t-rj." | I have told you, sincerely and honestly, thai it once belonged to a human being 12 or 13
? are now commilte.d, to take care that: the! 1 lter l-: '. |II iprojieity of the people lo which 1 belong$ out The principles here scl forlh are those upon j 1 am for [peace and the Union upon any fair feet high. Mr. Iturned nasa'so found a collarbone
Mr. Stephens,, of (teorjia coaJiniird. No, may not be iho commencement: ) ( of anoth1j I ol (he P'ie.! of the law, and which attempt* lo which I place the merits and justice of our and reasonable terms-il is the most cherished I j which is In about the same proportion.
klr. I In the uilicles of union between Texa; j tit. The people iu t th} hlaveholding Stales of fix ji-iblic; odiu.-n and reprobation u,>on I their C :U5. (Unler our constitution, the power of sentiment of my heart. ISut if yon deny these That it i a human bone, there can be no*
a1l ] th United States, or IIn! re. outions! of this Union cannol[ mistake this qutttiou.I'li' .- Miciiti order and civil ('raIu2zaIiou). When making regulations for the enjoyment of the terms-if you continue deaf lo the voice of doubt.-L1ia&et1otoirnKy.RegLter.( ) '
uITI 'laiion, Texas gave tins (lovernntent noj understand perfectly! well t thai; nothing that day eoms. if it ever does, down with the common doniin: devolves upon Congress, the thai spirit of justice, rightand equality, which .
j'ower to I become the a*> i nec of Mexico.'be .- would ever have been heard ol this doctrine, (; ovi>rnmenl) ,:> will be my motto and watch common agent ofall ihe parties interested in it. should always charactepze! the deliberations raiam D.2tihcd. '
only' power conferred was to extiiiruih'ue ; of its being the duty of the President to maintain % Ortl. When | am oullaiccd( by you, I shall I In the execution of this trust, it is lha duty of of statesmen, I know, of no other alternative A vessel sailed from New Orleans on the _
ouutttiidiiig claim. ThU; t J jicrnnient a<>. the jnisscsiwn) of the United Slates, over I become your im.l icalile enemy. I shall never Congress to pass all laws necessary for; an that will be left to the people of tbe South, but 3Ist ult., with one hundred bands declined to
wined the character% >fan umpire. .She had this country against Texas, if it had not bi-en I JiUs the till thai smiles me. And no people equal and just participation in it. And so far kroner or later, ioacqiiesCR in the necessity Navy Bay, a? the advanced guard of laborers, :
iwver to srtile the dilute as a duiirirn'hfed SLat Texas is a slave State. We have heard xi ho do not deierru to be scofi'-d a\ trampled from this conrnon agent having any right lo'' holding you, as the test mankind, "ene. to commence operations on the Railroad! to. ihePacific.

leliws, but not' to liecomi a p Hy io the controvrrty. j nothing, rf it in California, or lhah, or New upon and kicked by Iheir oppressors, vill.I exclude a portion of llm people, or/<> mile mies in war-in j-eace, friends." I.
She had no puner to ''itchac iho M -ico th" other ilUft iho Uio (irande..- 1 told )on that we *uuihit as well talk! plain) d'utinctionsto theirdU'atlranlage," il" is the duty The New O'rlnans Bulletin says that a much
buuietidtiig claim, and to become the assi-niee We have hftard; nothing o* the. obligations, of ihe n|)on 1 thi Ic subject, and I I intend to do it. And] of Congress lo open the country by the rernov.al NAKHOW MIXUKO.-Dr. Franklin talking larger force will soon follow, and all the need-"
thereof And if bhe had so pmcha.ed i it rhet sec'iring? "life I I lioerly i und, l leligion,' it is (f'r you now, wlr have nothing on yo-ir ofall obstructions, whether they be existing :t friend of his who been a Manchester dealer fill facilities, in the way of materials, too!"/ ; i
rjlIt; % would' have been invalid, and the ,??-. to treaty th'J o MexicaHR who h-ive fulK-n within t tli< I lipb'jt "union" I if l yon are in a rieI) in yoiireii laws, or anything else, and lo give equal pmlection s-iid, thiit he never M>!d a" piece of tape iitr- supplies &c., have already gone on, or a& ;
tit) would have inuc.l inniH-diatelv, tCCiI. ,ltio'nijnofih! 1 I' Mjrtnms 1 or wb b a l,. 1 iii>i lo( ci-iiic forwaid and: ai> 'ui iirdf- tu all vhu may avail I themselves of the .tower than his own mind. join;; forward 1 :



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In Chancery: ..Leon Circuit Court. (foicement' or coiifiruntii.n upon t lIe, tot im exturpi present ,\. Anderson, P. S. Smilll:S. S. IVck, :Ic) jTlori&ian I IR. t ; ) rrs "p m tri- P.icifi.-! fll? tlll 'ote
-- -- ------- contract mm ori'ur II r.//;'."' 1 StoiyIlq Tho} Douglas, : and ..t.l.. Reid, it was re,ol- engrossing mil era!NOll'jcrll Stn'lfor6/1

ne S.ut1.a JU/r Jitfurancr ff Trust Company, "liiy :1I3 1 2U:)-2 Get.I :VJ5! :30ii.() \','J, that lln* evident of ihis company: }be, authorized B. HILTON a l I I t )!) as we I one [\11'. c.lIOIJI'j] lm\ infawr o/" j/.

rf''I. In: t.IJ1il3S.: I.1i: i tt''fl, ihe C Ii. Ju. expressed to leis-up and sell the xvhnlo or any ) ( :'! words.! -I when lIlt Ini| |.(' anvrunnN. struck AII"1

Jngitttu Litdr. him elf:t in i indignant I leims i of ;sin i application 1'\1'1: ufthc! capital stock! surrendered lo thiJ Ei_: _ror.sD h .._'J I : t !; '?. IJt'lic'f.1 Hill to which it was attached lhU out frortJlbo,
violation institution on coitj-olidation, and for that -- pro,) i'ifl'' .
i in of
to enforce a contract ; purPOM. I {', it. ,
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Saturday Mr. .ilhonn:
even voted
OPINION OP JUDGE EALTZELL.Tlil It t.. "The manner: ol I the I transaction! (t the .* to cre'nlc.:11I. ) attorney tru-stee to mike! I in favor of l'l'rinT
the South
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and conceal the .lh'i.lc'IHllht'n'oll piyaluV abroad with)
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taking: a bond) was to o-er exchange '
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is a uit instituvd on a bond, secured! the I truth nud' when-ver the Courts of law : oil: anSI) Ibr' thai purpose lo attach coupon DK3IOCRATIC : as (: .Ii.! Hut 11,1 t only! Mr. Cullio'iu.; "'vrn Mr \r
1 <'xeci.te.il 1 in 1839, lur the sum of to the certificate of I tnt'k.J. in t.
Jiy 1iItH" ;:;' see such attempts! made: to conceal wicked roaMAT. cO\( : l t op. Cf.tt has 11 'c"rm high: authority xtith '
S10,(H10) (pajiib'e: in lac )eais xvith inleitMat i deedsthey will biush away the cob vvel varnish .\ 111 29, l qm.t : ; Mexic.tn: the s>11.
eight per cent. and show the tiansactionin t t. june light.This At a meeting of the boaid, present Lot r JOHN ] ) in these fuji 1. Well we have lilt tibjection! i0 (the| 1\1.' I

The (1c fenct' is that it was zi?r.'a fitr stock is a contract to tempt a man: totiansgressihe t CIIIIHIl'ron, Thomas: Doughs, P. 8.1 I --- --- .-.- --- ---- I thority, nor lo the 11'1..t:11 t tiun frWII it. ..r. i
wliieJi defendant lie induced, to Smith J. L. Smith, and .'i. M. Hee.l resolved The Westcutt in '
sillers was I !t.w-tn do I hat which i is i injurious. to t the ." 'nll'n.-J: ; "\ \ : l'lf'lraf'l given, was
chase Ih) rough, fraudulent icpresentalionstil'i'ls that Lot Clark! President! be authorized i iliac ., olllnir"\lly !
)put cnIlHlllllli1II! I I writeis upon our l.twngieein W. D. Moseley, arguing agai.isi I the I \\ I I 1I.tJVI'40.. if
value. Iwd ih.it} ; it was i'legally: sold, in .this p..llltll'dIH1 ,1Itlllol/l'h; the. '' to c'mpl"'OIlH'; suitable person to :o to :Middle I D. oriilcil the 80111\! $.
; n.) pmefountain Dr. F. A. Byrd serird; that} the
truly, South
violation of the act ofincor| .oiaiioii. I of j isice.; 2 Wilson l ::517.3 2 Prebien ..lIIdr".1 1'iorida, to obtain mortgage fir i ff.tr very xvou:,j n,( t

This institution scans to have eomneneedojwrations tul). I I. 2.In "llIcIun.1 that he be authorized: toallow: uchcompen'ttion -fJT'f: are antliori/nl) to I admit that the establishment! "f the MSMU; \

) in 1 IS&'i ; 'in 1$37 it was. 'pei nuttedJiy I another u C'':"e. decided I by the Supreme i : :1$ imy be deemed :advisable, \,'.\J.KER os a caiuli.tjte: : : is a ij'tes-' line in 1*3 should} !rrve as a precfdrntthe f I"r

the legislature i t dtft'r any wither calls: ot'; Com,t of NewYoil:, they say; till practice and report tu this board. I Landnt Ihp ,.I'rli"n inO-tol would! not passage of th* Wilmot Proviso. Weprun'
the capita! Mock to a nut I two APRIL 1S39 !I I ht' -hould
exceeding I
innocence -
P"JO !i '"r sanction) r I I -- ---- -- -- -- -- I ihis by (he Srn'inrrs own
tears beyond tin* line I liy, tin? dialler.: i I; i of intention ot'tlie parties, would avail: to injduce At a meeting of the board, held this day, it I I j a IjO-'rhrlriemNol: I Mr.! :;i. I D ; nias.I I And! quotation.;: .
In allow stock- resolved that S. L. Hurritt l 1M' and he i is can-lulate). tor the office now, sr J"1 T r. \\t'JIt.' "I
IS13: it was alJtllrizl.d to its I I the Comt lo give validity to contract? was : as a I (rut
'
any I '. Kven the the
.Missouri
JII1'r lo ftu i render tht'ir c't iietts( of Mock! to the hereby appointed! agent and attorney' of'this :I 1 Lands. I I question can CIJmprnrnisea".,
.j express or implied, repugnant (policy I --- -_-- -- --.---. .- laws had Ior' l l20() In; l fairly urged as a ?
and take ( (Jtiicit.! of fuJ! Mock equal to Iit I oft lie la w." I Ii institution! f for the purpose of 'filling up stock -- I prece ent- aradmni'iou ,
the South!
uitof the sunendered. by receiving I bonds) 1"'III't'IIIt\u 1 to the de bj of the power claimed'!' '
no pavmenl; on tt/c\ ,i It is no answer that defendant knew of ihiillegility. nioitgHgenpnnuninciimbeied
In 1 1S39: an) "to obtain '' real and personal propeity in ) the Power t to do what ? Manifestly! the
i appointed agent There i is to lit) mind, says adistinguished 0/-\ Demoeratic : i point, I I pver
,urgdgrsfor srA, to fill uj Iloda 1r. rcir.! !I i Judge, "something very 1101.i this Territory, agiecably to the I'rovil ion of at \\ll:1mliII I near ; !! of urdi.i i I to adopt I the Wilmot Proviso_._not the n.V.rto (

tag bond* ,.trtrl.lIIJ moitgage, upon leal ami i strollS in the proposition: that a 'tmit at lawwill the charter. I Centrnville, on t the Till I I I I (; home. I confirm the Missouri! ComprrmnV? ]'J1 f.,
offered fir
I These t two viz
were (
it'itna1 tc'curi1) I cany i into eilect a contract: I ton tided upon; purposes : I IN SH1TKMIJKU.i: : I I The tion of tending hunt line to the Pacific : fIr ''Ir. \\'
"JlctJ'r! : in the mode thus proposedj I j a I breach of law. I It i is encouraging disobe-i I 1. To show the probability that the old! stockHolders u I ; .,
the would! not have surrendered. t their tock invited. Thf''hi doubt we are cry certain, gave his vote tor this
h j : depend. upon l'hul'r..cCU : i IC1iI"H'c'11.1 giving to di-lovaltr! it* unh.il'oxvedifiuit. ; are ; : a* I very
: ; I provide; *. I that each subscriber. I .' 'ifl if the same was able to jieM a dividend often ill! have !,! ? thin! ::.
: : .. I I Jol1u.: :37. I J OIII., -iW.: 7 r..gi"latllm: an ; man I
shall al the lime :?f "subscubing, pay lo the Vot-ey. :U7.j per cent. per annum, .:the agent represented clrt'soill Ihe people. by the We conclude ihis tt'lliou'irticle with ,

Commissioners, receiving the ".tW', < the ,11 I I IIcan; Colitis instituted lo carry into ef.i it had, ;and secondly, that the bank itself }had --- -, -, -, quotation' from the message rut"one vvhov I*

($'tcfl c1u1arsol c'.lcl shall shuie! have)by him >al'Icri1I'cll !i 'feel hue laws of si countty, become, auxiliary, authorized its the agent illegal to :"I West sale and of this Middle stock Flor.I bysending Mr. Stephens' Sp : it is in pro-the ihority is fully( as good 1 wiih the} peopV of Fin.ai.
IHC'I "lh.crih. ,
mulIHer h\I'S to the' consummation: violations of law 1I ?-
< ., stockholder frlmll! : an installment i I i Hank! U. S. \:. Owens 2! Peters .r->7. iJa to obtain: rmrtgip'.for stock," asset foith We pray the attention : \\ and virtue rida, however it may be with the Sentinel: :n\

-. (flU dollars cl each j-haio 11)held] by him at | Tho e rules apply (to contracts: made adver.ely in the resolution of 2tli March, l W.' Hut Whig fiiends especially, I ( : r. Calhoun Mr.I \t'stcoff. It h t the ever to he revered

rxpiiation tt bis i m-Miths I liei t'aftr, :in.l. I to the t1'III'mllaw of ihe laud}, opera-, I do not determine this second question' dres-p I tract which we puhlivi ; I "godlike" J.UtES K. POM :
xvilhin tlm-e after I the .l.lk shall) have ing thc opinion on the first, already escem-
*
years i i ting as it loes upon all the c t 7I'Ui of the day's paper, from 'd rr. Considering the! several States and
I den.; Cass the cili.ens .
) ,
-- beon subscribed, the amount remaininglue : 1 Slate: those who have set], sufficient. ., .
whut. in ty opposed or diap.proved Let t any FlorillaIi.! : of the several States as \
/ "IIlals.: ami .
as as :e \ : appioved
.tJal I to 1 rights under I the
Messrs. eq'i.il
late constitution
-- -- Speeches if
,
I Puval) 17' I
from the
trustees may'ciu'c. it.'ilh how much force and
: : nnJ s, greater propriety the Whig ciinuiilatcs fur the Lrghlaturc Whiis of almost houndes-! ; this were an original quesion! it might well
heie I
have
a -
express perrtiiplorv do they apply to a private incnrpoialod in 1
\\e c.'ar. company say be insisted on that the principle of .
from Leon non inter.ferenrtt
County :
I Mock shall; )bis pailflr and contrast their I
provision > ihe full after }, gin,
Iriving obtaining -
option To these i is the lru' doctrine, anti that
Con.
in undine t :ret ion b"ing given 1 cxeept d'enllemen; :-Your reply to KnquiicrVquestions ', i
money charter it. If doctrines which the! ,
to
;i accept or reject: they accept II ; gress could not?, in the absence of
a* lo shrt remaining installment the amount -. there: i is then a compact with the (( is good ns fir as it goes ; bin it does in Florid do not Iw (" as a I of interfere: with their any ejprptgrant
party power relative!
.d' ljicJi. : and the oftheir! illi- 31 .
period payment: w I their to the o'crn.1 I ) I
ment act
: ( You "
on pulln far under
up not go enough. sarllu. are How, difil-rcnt is Ih'hi i rights. Upon a great emergency however,
in *he tin alone confided to their j I ILI '
ice being i for which created and ; Cabell,
yeatfe design they weie '
!
for i and under
f menacing dangers to the
office.
no pledge to vote r any man any Union
'
1'1'1"1 anti Messrs!
njrtioa. j j form;' i the duties! lequiremejits enjoined. Republic, : : : a host of the Missouri Compromise: line in ;
'r. vnstir** complianceith this j jjeqnitito Well, Kurpiirer"' did not say you were. I He fiom lint of (; i i( respect I tslavery
princpalj their char t'r. I Daitmoulh: ; C'ol.' I WoiMlward. I I.J Tootnbs and I was adopted.! The gam line
()1Ibi charter, tll. eleventh! .t .J 1 Cond. Hep. S. C. U. :., "ifi, r;,7KNow : I expected, however, that: e.'u,taiui nods had been Florida Sentinel !I : west in the acquisition ot t W13I't.Ill'ncrlurthl'r ; .

|>r.,viJes for *the l appointment by I H(;Jovern4irofn .! I the great object. aimed, at by the (;0\.1 made: clear and intelligible to all 1':1/: ties, :and The following view* ; ( h ) that not''I|I After an ncq'ues' suitable per on i lo ascertain i < : amount I ersnnen'!, the 1'1'00'i.illn indeed lor its j but al No of
I. only se- .
hence he if had not "been of ,
Ihe
Compromise
inquiie-l: I
you anjirofichcd of Fl.vi.it 1 i principle recognised and,!
of monies account ofthefiist, install.! t the I I !'morals! j I
paid on
in be
j jobttiiud
to
runty was .uic a goml 'lIrrt'Jctn
( / : opinion.
established these arts and
by to
avoid
You ;
I the subject. nothing I, : tha
ntcu, authutity 'being given to evamine the : through a sale. of ihetrick: Ibr ('. l'hI.' j on say I them, prefer' for whiith t
;
,
l I; )!), and ; danger; to the r runt whieh m'ght 1 follow! if it
President upon oalh, lo ascertain thai ihe Cap. : and! this t the coiiijiany Mtlemnly I pledged! itself j jlo as to this, and why ? Ais'ii'rrit WHY "IiSUliiolli"ts.? To \Viuizs: I I were disregarded, I have heretofore; .
side. [
ifal tad 1 1,1.tt paid( IMII-I fiilf, tm./ far a'mtlirr do and not to M-H on credit theu-by invol1ving did you pass silently! by this. inquiry ? You sty (Jeorgia: we commend the ( ; !I pressed I lie opinmrt tint line of cornpromiw e\
> trArtf'mChi hi i" -poit t | r/Hwr ; country iIlJ'ur11,1 you cannot: help: being "f//i'/jro c7/<' /, ,10 you ? i, 1tugttzreN' .. i should be entended! on the p-iral'el, of thirtr.
of$"UUIkl( in .v/wr.V or i!.. fyirinthMt. of a fiaudulctit: and inedcemable! ci uctu. : ; h :tr. Clay
that but, !hewants six minutes from the
ICnqiiirPr" does ut.t say can, dt'grf'e'4lhirty vn-siern'
;tltl! !jWH-latuati \I'J I the (<;o\eu t r, was thv iation of bank: j you I sir, all llmt we a I :i ; Proviso-
papt2.'l'lit'se ( of where it
Cuts1.itiy. a'i1Ii" j/rd Joc >ininoiice ,buxooss. i I have aU been ren'i/ed the, (tenple to know 1 sonvlliing: of the! I for C'ongiess to open the t : i h'lIJuchrJ Texas now terminates. ,
I
I con-eqiu-nce-s : Resolution to lie Pacifi': ocean. 'I 1 his h the middle:
'
t3ectf'u' iitftcMMi fti\" "pover to ihe'to as the inevitable' rt'ztilt cf such illegal and! improper pn'tlrall I f'nH'nl* for a distribution of :she I 1 jjive an equtl: rilit to all t I 'f which ,
the
f j.isiie huh u r imte* uther thm' :! States' to enter settle! a !( : i ground compromise' upon difF-r.
tlul', action. .p'iil, th it are IH'inI'''! behind the, seenei.Your emit sections of the F ni.n
- b\ifi fir bills of <'\1'"Ic'; to the amount, oflite I It I is jii'poitant' to inquire into the ic1I'. I their pioperty "rl'\'I'Y ; docs pot may lnt'el.tS they
(OJ1-
t
'! organ, ,it t is true, :atlects/ great 'ignocunce: have heretofore rn-'t. It.this b. dune, it i inI
Capital! actually j>a: reed the tam on 'jmin ut ftU 1dtUf(
tlian I t widely I opinions t
11 "be 1 i- t Fortirm, vi.1iii5 ill ,'rl'I.11I1 J am I t lu > ; ; law i r on sn
may supposed; ; If.t pr pattnig: xvith her .tuJ;k in thin manner olw! t j jnave You "respectfully call: for names and facts" ; by ri ditl'-r: would ,
and
ltauti.t l.y die Temtory. i s uPJ.iul/; : that xvhich was and c'fmld; be cf 'n., value. do 3011, f'ntlellH'n.11? now, don't. I i reproach: l of Iwin j u '; 'itlll from i j j'ctllfIa patriotically'"C r J acquiesce may in it and cheerfully, and,
10 dt.* ewlyect. The act of sale impaired and de lio\.ed I I Msting! upon noihinL'! but w i t !' I appropri. peace :
very : Kiujuirei": is a linn of unbounded: charily, harmony would! :again; fill our }iu)rtter.
)Jt i.i A}'UU.IWt)! : Tu ouabl* die witl Com; au it-made it < tItho line
and} feels. reluctant be in hi- The restriction north was vide
)' to titiiKn !
- tmdfl' vfiticir! Cajiifal-, lobe / (I.l/ in by theItoldtm he indeed hope that the in-titt.tion could exist i iuith : u I ll''fonsio'eis I i u hiinsell:I at I liberty, however :an nltraixt; lor insisting I I State of !I; of ease ;' TCla."r,

abltaril' as a'' 'HI'id. they: may .isicesiitai.u181tJO(1e'cb .- such 'lIl'pClrl| i ? Lanier I i if made to pay I to iiiMiniate I that, in his opinion, thereis !| ri'. Iit! with a willingness? I, of any re. j 011 lor the principle sake of preserving compronrs'made the Innnony.necestcirr amipossiMy
: siiidj'reM'nt this $] () wi'h interest i t these any fair :and oj sZara ." !
tlf' .ant 0,00(1, 1 }ur five xears,1 at le.nt one wan on ihe w Iii; ticket who upon I tins, existence: of ihe L'nion.
to llit Ct\'c'wur.; \hUM'| duty it siiuM; I to enpuirantied ). would then be paying: :: :for a 1-11."I'lw-a; a'mere|/ knows a little: moie of the mailers atollt'hich I vjt iio'ui a total! a!ituuulu, ilL I I 1m I or declare! 'r ,. It was upon 'these consideration that, atI
i1uc ebert'on, J by the Tenitoiy ptincip'i- "II wry !! : ; ; withuut I the close ot !lift ses.rui:: I sanetiori .
: ), cave iny
1: i is I than your
1iuriJ.. &('. l HId no :,ieatiT am.uit of cerbe I deei.-ive of the J points of this 1 case, xve a'o not j jIftlt J I'nquiiei'I stirring I J'JII up, appear-; | character! of that people a Octuber."r.I : I the of the Missouri Compromise
- li.. cttIH.i.I' ; nt t at in lilu'rudullc'i than! maybe I to them, but find] aulhoiities: very nearly3conclu.sive I'. ill your .. So ilon'i call for nanv, if you born and-vith whom I : ; ; t there could! I to line by principle (he bill-
anli"Iiug.
1 i' j'il u debN jilared ulJcr Jolla ;;! in their) immediate application; to |:please. I I.nqiiirer": would dislike; to refuse ,' large majority; of I ihem, \\ t i ( already! I to establish, ":approving thc territorial goverutn'nt ofOregon. ;
nt the limeof mikins a i' to lc secur- the -Ijl ,, In 1 'I : sitin'is 1 for ;tdjuut iii. lit a ; ;:
I i (t. Hague( vs I etucJi.unui.; ; the'Superior you, bit: limo public velfarc mLl.t be best, promoted I ." From a sincere desire to preserve
.
alter the innde, and in eflSt4'rlZUlito!, ; the Com I of Mississippi here I :' have been rej-cted: ? will : '
pt vnvs bv his silence. Should : existence I the. of the Union, and! in deference
dei"ii to harmony
and directed i in thc i ) : you He d'ffived I t'luJ di i
manner: pointed out fhll there is a p.i-ilive enactment of law t that raehj : i iI nllt ''J .
of .II.t I constrained
the of"my
"tinji of this. al." p. 47 J I j i individual ul'scu i hi ng for st rick, shouKl 1'a: I I take: any further notice! of the inqniiyyou have i this Union: can never be ; should that: acts predecessor( to the elll'nllo

The sixth section provides'! ** that lIlt! w! cde} !' cl'ltaiu per cent at the time of sub-ciibing: ,- 1Ii dodged, in your reply, yen may hearagain : With I the confi lence and ; t which tn yield had rnv; nCj'IICSCCICC in this de!.
compromising
r fif$aid two tnillions of Capital shall) he lo-incd: Could any one become a fetockholder! without i i from i\QUIKKK.: pin! of all sections of the : the author-:[ icafe and they( dmtieroiis gone But if Corgrcss -

-- and in\'ctct in tiom1! and notes, ,''rawing in- Ii complying with this provi-ion ? It sseeins not :I r --- __ ol' In-ill, ;:- lilt strongest! : and ; agiinst shall! nor'crsc: question.I the decision: by which
: not cxrwdinjj cibi cent an- The Claim of Texas to the Eio Grand eaith.. I Hut it e in never
It condiiiou
per 1'u'inmi tin !
xvas a ( precedent t to to ,
1.'rp1 light
i : is excluded I I he Missouri' 1 Compromise was; pfl.;cted, aol!
termed. iiy uniicumbeied real u.d per- ?j become: a stockholder! and without its pcifbrJ .I Some pet I sons are u no doubt honestly: of t the j any other principles than I stall extend! the restriction o\"crlh

- sii1! gtttL". p. OH. I mal t'C the. 'u!. ri"'r acquiie.l; no right. It opinion( that the claim of Texas to the country i was foimcd. Ali free (: law. TheI I whole propose souih well north of ih*

,I t inhere SCJ, not that IP R'ock is to be ,! was I violation' of I laxv to pet u mil a iu'u.ciiption I between I the \l'IICI'S all.1 I I the Kio (ramie, I II cieaturcs of\-oitioll-t: I is precisely I territory of ix: !as thirty as minuteS

au\'c'tt'l'' in bonds and mortgages but the without payment of the required! Mini, and I fmni its I mouth! lo its source, i is not a good one.We and a breath can de.stioy } (: ,; Pro\su.I .- it p-irallel will I IhirIJ.to be : compromise,degrees: and lIlht bCregarded
cease a
( Ji'ol, the, money I'C\'ct; .fioui its t sale! i iID is ; no obligation: can be coal ra(11t1| which must I will state two or three facts: to show) that i eminent is no exception" )I : : t failed to I I

I tie" jnmc'r: in l 11h: or notes, conifjrates, to t: rest rn a breach of law." .", Mir., W'J.lu : I it i N. It is nol our puipo-e (lo begin wish: the I j when! once its spirit : : ;, Mexican' as-an-original- -quetioru"Th -'

- I* c ('ilet t C ,' Ii,'cit lltlt'cIJ\i TcriiJi I Ill! case of l King vs. Elliott decided by eaily) claim rf Tcx-is: the treaty with Santa ;! p,>wer on cam di-'c.tu ever : : i Missouri Coaipromiso.Tiie .

.:y, ae: authorizeu: to i i"51lcl by Hank 'I the same Couil, the subject! of the payment I!, .Anna &c., but we comedown t', the plain recognition ;i Promethean! spark: of life I : rstanlln: ; : Scn'incwith nntives which we will

4cduulit.lh'! ontempaiiug! their sale 1 f'r finn. of the other instalments; : besides] the fir.st: was of 1.() claim by our government.To .- might;; joISt :as well I"ml ( I 1 advocates .
bit which! So-ithern mia:
_ C') ** ti enable! it to make loans mid discounts i I: con-ideicd.' B.J"f'Jiriu the Jirtt inMaliuei4t I that countty there was a disputed claim betwoen II ', would not in'iire into n)

|je\cid the amount of its Capital.: I to be paid] in specie, it 11/-5\1 i ily folj !. TcxasallrJ( .l 1 cx ico. The United Stales: $ Wakulla : the can doubt, is now waging; a relentless warfare

Tiiis inaiked designation: c- a mode (if pay. j ICI\\'cllhat all slioiiU be paid in i the same way, (;loveinment decided the a question! in favor of I The! Democrats) have i against the \lis"lJllri I Cornprome? Line. I'J

Jnrut on the Iurdlu'" ff Mock, showi the clear I in the absence of special provision to the. con: Texas, when in ihe. preainble ii; t the }bill scntalive that excellent t : no prudent Northern friends and their Southern coadjutors -

lu.doluu; !. .' tthc L"tsaturcto i *: prohibit. I trary. ltiJ'I'IIllac paMii'nt of the capitaltock iug war against t Mexico, it said, that .;cJ.cIH.1' public set Va nt, Samuel: I B. I ter, Clay, .seeing ilrtt tnt! line gave the South

- si3tJ p event. other in >'"c ', and esj)cli: I } a I JI,. I: in (jCCit', is all essential: icq'iisite lo) the existence blond! harlln'crt slnll1 Mexicans upon /llrri'l gentleman: has: ;already : rruiJTrity o msic'Iiing, I ihou: 'i not hi r loll rihts, !bavc discarded .
- -itut: on; of'ciiiit.. Busidi with! moitg I Ie of a bank." King v.,. Kiliot! .r S. & can sail. ItMKitteisiu.t what mental: rC Cf\'atiolll existing ;
;Hay lb'I be legaided UK protctibcd, and not M., 413. I m'Mnbers of Congress may: have hid, they voted both branches of the : it for I the purpose taking till the territory.

jcnjs1ted as :means. of pauncnt, or us an in-: In Cooper' vs.: Crane: the Sup. CUll I I of N. for (lie bill and it wa signed i I by i the PITS J The friends flf1 r. The Scti'ind, true to its instinctjj joins

Zsittlietit or element in a cuitiact for the pur- Yoik say, '. the Coninris>ioner.t might as well i; de.nt.! The ci"llz..dJlIIJ docs not go behind brought forward} hi< : } of the ttt'r 1.

i:1iwc stock. Indeed', with :;prnhibiton not i. have leceivedanjthiiig! else which an anon-: !! that: bill (to I look at the private; opinion of our Learning, however, of,Ii' et if called! The people! of the State ran appreciate il?
In issue fills and iau.i's 'Iwyond the amount ol niodating rot-lrnrlion xvould! call: an cqiivaj : government, or rather(members ul! C," r.s. ; to such
i I
tion of ihe CIIIUt11'
de Capital aetiu]fly j'aid {11 in; mt nil' the prmi.iol j for iM-h. I Rut the btatute: di.l. not! allow a Of course thai blood. if died upon, American u I ) : .! course by !looking! at the following tote, giYeui

h. Vufeit tlieir! haitei: on failure: tu" rJ1 ;! more equivalent." I It would not, for; instance, : soil, was shed upon such soil "!i rirlurc oflhrclaim : I drew from the canvass. I I t to I ihe in the U. S. Sen ite a few days since ;in which

lliHr. Itill." in specie i it i is inroticeivable! how i have lecogni/.ed a mortgage or blocks a; a I Ij of 7'cjMv. It was shed on the KioIran.lt ie:pect, is beyond all por- every Southern man, save 7?<' /o/zthe Missouri

crr-uat could be ldt to hubsetve the purposes' I payment, of whatever value. I am of opinionthat (I. : near Matannras: ; and) on the land I. him strong claims: upon fiom that traitor, Underwood of Kentucky, and the

(if cap't, and t.pccalyhll I that ciedit coiM4x : the check in que.stion is void, as contrary claimed both by Texas and' 31 e ico. The I garth of the parly. M.iy the rest of Wilmot Proviso Senators from Delaware,

c htcurlh's paable at til distant pciiodollivc :1 to the policy of the Salute." 21 1 Wend.., 220.i (United States haul no claim: to it whatever, except commend !his I) fate of the
jeais.Hat'ing I 13: Maine, 42rf. through that of the sovereign Stale example : would be went for tlltis..nuri Line :

I : :: asccitained the mode of sale of the There is yet another objection to this ap. Texas. J Here then was onu acknowledge. friends in one or t two I law ? "\1 r.TUR 1 N F.Y moved amend the bill,I ty

t1.11 the puymcnt: prescribed by the plication. It may be aflirmcd as a principle hip lIt of t the cl'tim of Texas by our government. ,In'rJ'C are pained to inserting as follows :

Charter, the queMion arises as to the u1J1i a. of equity juii-prudence) without exception, Again, it will be recollected that Texas (low small an object i is [ l : as (the And be further/ enacted. That the line or

lion <>If the Hunk to comply I with, or tatherhcthrr I I tint whoever would seek admission into a was admitted( into the Union by Joint resolution tuie, that, f for the hope annexed to 80o3()' of north latitude, known as the} Missouri

\\ it is at i its! <-pion! to disregard: I these di. (Couit of equity, rnu t come with clean Innds, of both houses of CUII rel". It was de. I. ; under the !. Compromise line, as defined by the eighth
*. WIu' the chatter will dared in that resolution that of Texas ocrat bhoiilJ be willing section of entitled '* act to authorize
fretOIl! ii presriibes a I nor it interfere in opposition to conscience, in all j an act an
mode If coliti act ing. says t the Supreme( Con rt and good faith} ," 3 Ilowatd S. C. U., I J:. north of the Missouri J i compromibe I line slavery I cess of the patty and the I Ii i exclu the people of the Missouii Territory to forma

of f the! United States, they (corpoiat }bodies) I 17 Peters, 201.Complainant 1. should] be prohibited; and south of il should ex- i We appeal to our \\ constitution and Stale government and for tbu

tttubt observe t that mode, or the i instiutnent: no aks the aid of the Court to i-t. Now. Texis noi lh of t hat line, is that I peisonal considerations, for admis admission, of such State into the Union on an

moie cieatci a contract than if the body had consummate, ; an act itt direct conflict with his poilion of New Mexico, now in di.-pule between I of the is equal' footing with the original I States, aml tOprohibit

iievcr been i incorporated. I Heads.. J Ins. solemn engagement, ill a mailer: of high pub. Texas and New Mexico. Then, when cause. I den. Tay slavery in certain Territories," approved

Co., 1 Cond. Kep', S. C. U. S. :,;. lic interest and concern, -in wilful disobedi.cnce the United States etched out their arms and We will puhlMi the can March the Gih, 18'JO, be and the same,

This was announced to be the correct rule of a law conf'ri lug privileges of great embraced] Texas as a new sUter in the great meeting next week. I this any is hereby declared to extend to the Pacitw

by the same: Court in a subsequent case, the value, and made at his own instance and soli- f family of Sla'es' they acknowledged her claimto --- -- portion ocean. .

flank of the U. 8., \. I Dandridge I 12 Wh. 01, citation. This offi-nce i is; aggravated by the I the Santa I'e country, consisting of all thai Death of Col. .also! have After some debate, the amendment was rejected

which ngain, in a more recent (:1 Ii.!.has ch injuries and mischief yet fresh in the remembrance pail originally New Mexico east of the Rio It is with painful ClJloI ? not. t 21, 32 as follows :

dared ', it may s-tfely be as"'II/IU'llhf\t a rorporation of all, proceeding from I this bad: faith (;iiande.I } the death of the entlem marvellous yeas nays Rarnwell, !>.If!',

can ;make no colut racig, and do no ::'Id! ? disobedience. The very case before us Texas claimed that in }her dispute with bier heart titan was his, \Ics Atchison, Badger, *
Mr. Jef1 r. of )IissiI 'P
Rerrien Butler Clemens Davis
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acts, except: such' as ate authorized by its would seem to be little else than an cilbrt to New Mexico. The United olates recognized: II is frank !
som. ( Hunter*
establish Dawson Downs Foote Houston,
i-hattPi." Rank of Angola: vs. Katie, 13Pet. : speculate upon confiding credulity, by cilor- her claim in I Ito resolut ion annexation.. It pi, RUsk,
1 t. .07.In ling a large sum of money without any equivalent. was a pail of her contract with Texas, it en. utterly unselnMi naturo Line with King, M.ingnm, Morton. Pearce, Pratt,

I Ne v YOlk, we find the principle thus .No paily oppoMiig and violating the tered into the lion,!. Again, it was declared most t unbounded h1PtiI! the same is Sebastian, SonIc, Turney, Ynlee.Messrs. Bright,

Mated : A body! corporate can act only in law, can hope to obtain the aid of its minis in the resolution of ama-xalion, hat I the United knew him best. A ) ) Congress. Baldwin. Benton. Bradhuury' M.tssach'i-, '

the tmxlc ;picsctibed I by I the law eating il ; tcrs in support of such action, more cspeciull( ) States (should adjust all queMions of boundary cd. Though but a ) \viih Mr. Cass, Clarke, Cooper, Davis, of of Wisconsin

this is the, general I and !mvaiiable rule."- will not a Couit (equity)) change its rules and that might arise with other OI'Cr1l1nellls.' had with set ts, Dayton, Dickinson, Dodge, Felc1
he served
I.tw8) 'n;. North Ins. ('o., 7 Cowen .lO.'i.3uiiceding principle:) at the instance of such a patty' to There was no other goveinmenl 1 lor; it to arise They cleared Dodge, of Iowa, Douglas! Ewing, I'belP ,
( that iherft' was cajiaciiy to contract cfTect an act of iniquity.The with but Mexico. Subsequently (ho Mexicans Legislature, and cJi char rigorous Greene, Hale, Hamlin, Jones, Norris.
yielded (he lo (he Rio Grande for one term the duties of : Seward Shields, Smith. Soruance, Sturge0Unniterweol
boundary
I in what light aro we to regard an en.capement other position taken by defendant's: when they Yalher, SVhIte.
Wales!
made in tlisn' :utJ and tiolation of counsel, is, I that there was fraud in making and of course the difficulty was settled, and Circuit. He died at which she Upham, ,

law ? I Ihe contract-the defendant having been induced lhat rircr became the undisputed Western August 30, 1850, in the : : that comb, Winthrop. tUU,
6, lC\oiyconirnrt, the consideration which. to enter into the same in consequence buIIl(1(1rif Texas. -- they Every true Southern man on one si1C

\ i is tainted with illegality, is void. I Illegality of the misicprcbcnlations of the bank's agent. It xvould now, under these ci.cumstances, fFr The Democracy of the lat. Kenton, Underwood, Spruance, Wales and the

'I ,\i!IS*"1'1'1'' the act either expiewsly prohib. This was argued with force,and relied upon with be disgraceful lo the United Slates to claim in.thc field as their now, [and whole North, with the VloTid'Sentinelon W

f'll. or when 11.0|| piohibition is implied [Will cOllfid'ncc.I I lie adduced! file evidence of JoC\'. that section as its own territory, or to attempt veteran Col. John we like it'l other. People of Florida will you foil** *

I the nat Ut C and objects I of I the statute." Sloryon eral witnesses to prove t the representations 10 wiesl It fiom Texas t to give It to New Mexico. it and council of
the !lead
destruction
contracts 377. made by the agent when making pale of this Is not t this aclearca.se ?' No wonder incoriiipliblc ) prom. I your own

\ Illegality cxi"ts whenever the cousideia. stock, and to piovc the actual! insolvency of that the South is ready and determined to reflect credit on Duval. : while Clay's such a press 1

lion i it founded upon a transaction against the bank at thai time. He also "f1 rt',1 three stand by Texas, to a man, against the free. Thomas: Ledwith and [ is so en Boston, August; 31

M>und morals, public policy, public right' or several resolution of ihe !board of tin-tecs 0011 claim oflhc Indians aVid mixed breeds ofNow f have been nominated. ] thing the full pen3l-
Mexico, or (lie violated faith of the Uni. Profe sor Webster underwent
public/ inleiestn. Sloiy Irom notes 200.! which are as follows : be urged on [IC diel
.;.. All a"teeuiciits bonds and fcecuriles. (for Offttc. S" Life Inn. tf Trvxt, Company, ) ted .otales, should they claim: it :n the common a strong one. The ) ) ty of the law, al Boston, yesterday. WIUI
when !
that in
< lh; violation ul a pub'ir'!i !laworlho omi ion, St. Augiuline, June 2J!), 1 IR."Fi. $ terribly of the Union.-.Iw.WA/a/ (: cxCCutjOU.
I .- (if a public duty, aie deemed incapable of l'U.I At a meeting of the board held ihis div', public. carrying the County in t Missouri i no coiiicibioa before hu

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and the Compromise. Mr. Flllniore and the Florida Indians.Tlif I "ti 1::i t r>filn> j2\vinn"e: venlnrnil t lol t.l *i ,, Troops withdrawn fraa riorida-Fcr what? This Stale.: I nm sorry to 'a y. i j.z ihi.ni.uii lo At New York Cost !

Cabell wf maY a* Wtllt nt "f"'<'. ; rilii"i! : p., nv would lain t.Jnf: l!.< n>. | ub.. S'i1t ,, .liip. .i ., I 'ti.t U !.I IIi t.iiii ii .t' The 7th Uegitiifiit ot* 1 Infantry, con .tin.ioi the ett t.. I d iti.t t I'know wir uiiin. slTitI: l Ir. O N hand jnd for --uU'! at New Yoik Fall c >sf.. lw.tin.. ,
LLAS
Icr
SILK MANTI ear.siiIrmitttI
\Vr j'rw' i'ili tion-fulfilment of! I iic! promt- we believe, I the onlv t fMren MIM \onKI jill his haint lo save the rou- Zen
411 ltt in the rir.-rlive j novernment
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Jrawinff from IllS rgni: a rt -iMiiisiiiilitv l) n.'tistsij,1., \l'nt! wi r 'ui I n .u i ieIr a wcie b.0hl of Sr,vt.*lit, the nrralimportir .

"*;* a|| Joj.r nsition theo IatmpTb ..( K f lli AiltiiiHii-tritioti! I as ir nU tl.p In.ilmns AV nil MiilJJc l'i'riIis IVh'g rotJI or him. I Florida, has ben witlulrawn fiom the Sute., letkiacv. tr.lthay and wholcJaie! dr-akr. .
( Mr. ('lirllV }> ftpftt4 All the great leaders of the Union P.irty S. F. I1URNEY.Aitjiwt : .
,uent ( flh IIJC Vt tia' agidnani from tlie shoulders <)tlirir tlcaily helo.v Such is the result of the fust ballot, and we About the time the Whig Administration at C n' eiilier; ;po
( cath"d upon it *ay yrs w 1I<* In the 'd 1'riidnt to the bend ofih veteran (Jen.Tivi :1 re not aware that it was otherwise afterward Washington delermined to crush the move. ThN feeling. I regret to say, is spread -- a '
Chancery.
pifl wiber the Whip con WMinnal can i.r; : s. 'I'o those) Belting up tins pretence.M It was iii I enough! that the Vhis Middle miits of Texas to establish her own laws over ;nI. Only too many feel in the same way inenrgia. MIDDLE: C.RCUrr OF FLORIDA..

in fawrof that whcme. \V4s 1)VC) our injured and abrsed fi'llmv.cilizeiis n Florida should have Governor, Congressman, her own soil, these troops were ordered to St. ( Iu this fir state Northern of things-lo to reject yield! the the AT CUAMBCK*, August 21>, 1SOt
Compromise- men
fj11e; Florida and eUevvl.cre address two or Louis with a view, believed at the time Kill Itatt sell fount.
ed in vain W ask the itfiipl1 01 1'Inriii Soul Comptroller Attorney General and Treasuier: as we settlement of Mr. Clav. seems nothing short for to

mark tip (ui. With ttwm *ve Irare i h.Jfmrmlr .- throe question Hyhom \vcre the troops -they mod "t1y claimed the Sf nalor also.- ..f sending them to SanU Fe, for the butchery madness.. It i is lo cherish incendiarism, to John P Duvaland Ann F.l C,. >uvM, tt sl.Com'laatc.

In Oint the Sfntind pnhlinhed an en.riirv ((7lh Infantry.) ordered from Florich: to Si.is t.Iintii t. The idea of electing a Senator fiom beyond of the slaveholders of Texas. The two following invite diounion. 1'h.u North, i in mv opinion The Heirs at Law ol DaviJ M. Kni-ffirM. tl.ceiM.-d, s .

::1jar eard' itaioii IIIUUI ihi on their way to Santa Fe.' Has Gen. the Su'.vanneo was hardly thought ol l Titi", exlrarls confirm our expectation* : stiff: absolute: untiring! unvieldinu Union man I appearing vtbo to e the name-stli-facfion* are unknown.IT of tin.* Court Iliat

1'rrv' lint en juir>' wai? promptly and '1'wizz; ; any *pit<* asattifl 'IVxas ? A (Goor- I there were I hose in the Ivist who hud done The St. Louis Republican of the I llth I ult.. :and' Whig; as I am and have been-the North the heiis af taw of lid .M.! Shetfield) tUe st-d-
ftilrrt. is being, the incendiary and the disunion portion d., lift reside in I thi* State, but m the State ot Con .
hmlv'y: atisw-eivd. Slajor Beard's niinion| has : iat2 and a slaveholder, bas IIP any inten-pt in nniiful service in behalfol the cau ', who had sly : of the confederacy, and justifies and covers teeiueu! ? : // i., Onltrrti, Thai the firir at law of

te C1VCUI4tf'I ntncn;: wjp iin by) force of arms dave territory from spent I their money and given i I their labor* for We learn that the 7lh regiment of United all that the Rhettsof! the South may do or say. said Davit! M. Sheffield tin appear ai' uti'wi-r li' thc ,
tl.itl'ii Spates Infantry Col. atd !'ill t'f Complaint in tin rase tiled vv it hin four
Plymptr.n commanding:
1'' f be iijflt4flfl'fl1'Td been a slave Stale, to convert it \\n\o\ free roil 1 its advancement, ;-there H .re Me *rs. I Her- which has If the North cannot come up to the measure months Irotn the dite hereof : .1>nl it fntttir fhilftnl.
returned from Florida and has
tu jiM ; ,
The
de available to the tt'mosi 1 f,r the acr.innhm There an none so bold as to maUc! Mich a iir.udez, Ilurritt. Mr\ !Ioto.>!h and other! : What sea rcely encamped at Jefiersou barracks after of the adjustment, 1'nlni is notpoxs'iUc.. That a ct>py ol I Ins Order U pu!>li litd, oitce t
1i; ( best friends of the Union have their mouths a week tor the .pace ot tour incnlh, in st'me fcvvs- -
?,% 'iit of his
, ( propounded to Major IJeaul and ran. that these troops, who were sent to riorid.i to a candidate: when the Whigs are in a tninori.ly Secretary of War to prepare fi>r distant: service taken from i them. The principle: of t the (Tom- Florida.

didlv, answered by htm. was put to Mr. CaVIl protect our citizens and remove their savant- Such was \the\ cn'e at our> firt t Senate- :and'' nijve inmciliately! fir Fort Leavenworth. promise is that of neiiirallly. If the North A true cop*-THOMAS Atr f : RALTZELL, JuJe.

his ran, MA neglected to anstrff il.- foe, have been withdrawn from oui frontier bj I iii.il e eclion when he and CUMI. Morton received will not yield that war, the next condition will t'q'.ii A. MY F.US. Clerk.l' .
and The Washington Correspondent of the lie a pnsitire rero nifitn of Slavery South olttG \, Hnn ARCIIEK, Jr., D. C. t
'JV enquiry liaving IHTH ninde as lo the canrfidate any other nuthutity than that of the Administration the unanimous v> le of their liarS !- I Charleston Courier say: : : ttO-or disunion. In my opinion, nothing .- 'ir! 'iHf :u.m |i'.t. 31 toi

f one party and by him answered, va and far am other purpose than to fight I llul; Gen. I Hernandez won't do when his patty "The Executive is evidenllv! prepared to can prevent this issue if Congress adjourns Middle Circuit of Florid

it tt,%l'r'' nislse it ap to the candidate of the the battles of Free Soil has a nt'ijorily. Then some one fiom the support; the pretensions of the Federal Government without sIt iinr I the cjuestions in agitation !" IN GADSIiHN CIRCUIT COUU'IV)

nthr party and < roijtdix* him to answer it ? l Hut it i is itimorcd" that Gen. 'I'wis )has Midtlle iv the man.So in the. Santa: J Fe. \'Asl I l.YI'ON, .ug. 3, 1O. IN CIIA.N'CERY.

We appeal to all friend of f houeMy and uVtrjfain admed this or that or perchance has: failed i.f coure it will be next winter, inca "Troops are moving in that direction. I Iti ; The fugitive slave Hill! was yesterday ordered Hill: fur Injunction and Rthrf.dvlini .

< ? as jti!
'1r. (*al eir organ speaks| of" flandors and ishly, \\liy Las his ad\ ice, to unwise, been followed I Floiida will claim to furnish the Senator.Theic .- I ranking: Col." Monroe' will take the Twenty seven >ea to twelve nays. All the C,.
command at Santa Fe. Southern Senators voting for engrossment.Dr. James M. fl.ikrrantt S. muel FT. I.ive, Aitiniiii,fraU>isI
tnifirepri'MMitatian." To fruc'j impn
<-a'1 upon' n!, we *!1al! reply, as lately aid a M SM-S. \Vhitner and) Thompson, backed by umph! (Governor, Member of Cong:ess, Comptroller Whigs ordeied the United States commander of New Mexico end Emanuel Alvarez, ietit. IT the apprarinz Defendant to ,the Jamc-Mlisf.ictimi M. H. kcr.t>t the reside Court* inthi that*

?matoi, in n ono*\lableK 1 We have neither that of Mr. Cabell, provided he has been true Attorney Geneial, Laud 7f.vrr, and at Santa Fe lo aid 7Vjo.v in extending her Governor. Major It. II. Whitenian, and Ma.jor State, IKI! ltr\on
tid.re1 nor (knowingly) tntKrej resented Mr. to his coiitituenls ? It is to be( rnoMimed that Senator, all from the Middle.; Hast and South 1'. A. Cunningham, have burn elected U. the Deteml.inf J.imnr. M. liikrr. tli)appear and
laws of her
I over that remote portion ten itury. .in-\\ -r I the Bill Sited l in I llii ('dInII. We have iatc Legislature
would have influence with the .d.zninistral Doubtless Eastern mnjorily Th.i; ? a ei'pv] tI! thi-< Order he ptihi| -tml. once \\trt
first that he was infaror of the Senate Comnr oral, more ted by the party our
threatens, and is determined to carry out his ayiitist: Henton, is :o":,. for the sj>;icc ti t lmonlhi, in ->:ne rviii>*{>*rrrititttl

la-tly we hav said, amid the conflicting fetalenfutr Thompson, who are Whigs ? Again..-.if Gen.Twipgs their hearts that i thing" will be diU'etent next Texas to do that which Mr. I'olk offered lo MARRIED. Attest THOMAS, CALTZKLL, JuJ.jif,
A true -
ami circauD'taii t>s, \ve were in d-mlit as has Iniled to do his duty, why has he tim'. That/7ir "I Yulee's place is to be assist her in Mr. I'olk On, I he 201 Ii August, by i tie Rev. WooclburyMr.. K. C.copv LF.STF.R, CUrJc-
doing : yet never was .
JEPTIIA I) OKKnORY and Mm MARUARITFULACK.
Tlioce !1nuIt! still! been couil-marlialed removed ? In hic is to Aiiaii-i I lst: ,. ::i 2ui
m \\\\f\\ position. < remain.Ve .- not! or any filled, and of! course successor come considered ultra Southern He show.
an : man. all ol UaJaJi-n Cuni, Klori'ia.
\ are utteily nwalile to whether if the iiinv the Administration is responsible als from the I'ast. It i i- hard lo undeceive
ny
ed himself disposed to deal: justly xvilh all portions On I ll.p2.M Aiun-tby I tlie !Ht-v. Jolm U*. Tally, Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c.

Cmn|)r 'niisH had paused tho Senate and gone blame, and alone to blame. Gen. Tvvi<:g them, but still wo must tell the worst. Let of the Confedeiai-y. In his course towatds Mr. U'.M.T. HOLDKItXCS"! : ?, ul Lt-oii County, Fla, ") .\GGINlJ, PHTM and half pieces,

to the IlouM, Mr. Cubel], the flepreseuiative was its afeI3l. for who.e doings and misdoing* them expect no such thing-if they do, we Te\a he simply! dlscharg-d his tIuFg/ atut! MUs S. J. SCOTT, ifTr.U. ;,> County, Gt'oria. 1) ttiip!sI': T% i'Le,

( !i iIorJa t would have voted (Jy 4.r against his ptim-i|>al, tlie Administration, is resj'onci- will wager a pewter button thai: they will be j nothing more. Hut Fillmore, who admits i =1 Third Round Meetings far the !;tct.tm iites ant!4 I.eu*,

it. Who is ihcre in Florida that lia not the lik' Tlie$ people' of u.n Ida have no control most grievously disappointed. Thej had' bet. j jtrr Quarterly Lanl ami Klotn, new iL.'a?,
that he is in favor of the abolition! of >lavery | Tallahassee District- .Alltirn and round I Alum STable ,$ ,
doulrts 1USd ferls not the the officers, of the they can in noafiect themsfhcs for tl.e result at I j
once
over ,
game wsetr.tJjiI ;
same army I .
prepare in the District; of Columbia, has his Abolition j Lena Cirti.it, at IVllipz, 31 1 .AUZ. Set) SaltfVrsalebj .
If called to vote upirn the aise them, and can by no means visit and then it will not go so hard with i them U'aknll.1 Cainp M. at Lost Crock, ') &. *> IX: C. tsr.'O.ArE.ti .
schemes to carry out. A lavoi lie one of these, I South UiiUlcn: at S.itrord'-i! II I &, I 15 :31. ISr'J 3l
lit)? iraalJ? hf liatv vafledn g 7b *51)1)1* them indignation, or hold them to a<% I Stand: up to the rack, fodder or ,fodder / not only of his, lit> of all hi>> Abolition! and ; CaiWn; itQuir.cv C. M.at Rwk> Com. !> ic 25)( "

afl; ui1 *gt.iu JJriJ11u1uled, I.tsiU count, it was tin* duty of On. I'wigzs to So far as 11w Suuih is concerned, the Mid.dle l !1 Tiiuna-.villc! Circuit, at Dakt's, as &. 2'> Garden Seeds '
Whig friends in I lie North, is the division, of ti.tii.ltriJ'Ki' Cir ,at Blowing Catc, -l-k. ft Octii.vil.A
ht ye hope* J'a re Mnns *Jhe Whioia'lc i> obey the. ude-s of the JVesidrui, raid we doubt ba furnished her a Collector at Key : : Cm-nit.at PU-as..n? Gr.-ve, 12 & 13AlSjn A FRFI-sjf tttippjv ot C.inien Swifs,, foi
Texas for the purpose of making I'tee Soil of i 1 tall garden-, jn.f rwfivtc anrf fnr te by
i if either ofidtiuatfly dotiit or, J4 ihala nt4 to* did o1w! 'v them. When forbM, as lie I j West, and if need be can next winter furnish > Circuit, .it ISlue rini, C. M. I 17 & 2ft M.N.I'II' JNcwimrt. ORf1tNt),
one portion of her Territory Shall Southern Lilite'liiVt-r MHIHIH, .O Oak ;r--e, 2 &. 27DAGUERREOTYPES "
Jii'ljiiji! inakeK il re*>]>< tiK<* iu lanjriivquiviicai i. was **Oi1. U'J! 140.*' to resort to force to | a Judge i-i'herto the 1' asl or South. Aiizn-t I, |V>o.
men s-i'-tain this Abolitionist in the j erpetra-
thaf lh *}' way J lJt CUKtK1 eithi'riiito etulsi.1 1 rmigiation, what alternative had lie Bagging and Bale Kcpc.
"Boobies. lion of this numstrous outiago the rights
\\ HbU who rearlsilii but lie CKfehiered I U'licn told a. upon TAKF.N IN TIlE LUST Si YLt: OF THE ACT.BY \ Ft'LL siipplv; of Tunny t'loih, aril K-nlirfc '
/i/C. In! );u t evt'iy HIHH u obey or ; The last Sftitinel tells us there is a binl \! 4.
of the South ?
15. J. LIISTF.R, Dizuerreari Arti't, wtw wlt, i V. M.izii'iir.' ;.im! Ki-nttirkv and New Yoifc made ,
ai'icK' tt'hijr; >i;>-> over I'. A. llaywa"J' It.ij e, fur ale l tiw hv 4

tt'iu M r. CaUeli v i family to approached i have now an opportunity[ of passing sentence | his unpriced Iflil.ieI and to put them up in any Nwtr.rt. .\IIS,M! 'j I I. J -">(>. ;{'>
"
!> irifiii.T Hill, had tie l Icu caiie<2 to Mulcted, what could he do but fold his arms "
inter- -
is .
iji" with club This
jeowu a verily au j upon: this enemy of your interests. Will you -Hlf. itil] Medal ions, Braceletlir.ictict;- no at orI
vie on it ? WV atJi asi d<, y u u l know in jieace Whatever has lem done, tliei-e. 1 of hi.-tory, creditable to the ref I or very tancv r.i es, or in Irann. of any >r/e. Hej New Wheat Flour, &c.I .
etiting sciap sustain or will condemn him ?
Major
you tnuiuess and his unli-
bow Majxr: IJfajd ivouW hav- v > > earch of I the Seitti I. Hut we ventuie: i hat! and hi ;
ste etlorts troro < long
> Heard places, in its true light before! yin,, the flag to tlei't., experiemein IU I I"' d.> do An
iu Cutigrefc and the OiJl broughiTims lstrc done and been ordered l by the Administration. the art, to KITH a liberal p-atrona-jre He, therrfiTi' -
Yaukeedom could not uuess thy the i'di.br course which he is pursuing. Major Hoard i is t; <-.i>k- fla.on Sii1s. now iaadmn (teat Srhv.tv. .
the Lnda-s and Gentlemen otTil.ihsee
salicif s calls trotn
hills Itt summer a bloody out rage was coiint. thus diaus his erudition in (Orniiholyy |i the He ha- U. .lltand$ torisle liyMciVUT.UT
: upon mist decidedly opposed to Fillmore! and his and tlune vho visit place. & y $

the lu a caudidalee tauJtr\ .lire thfA ted bv the savages. O-ir citizt'iis were ruth- <> or how he applies this trail of" Duoby*'' Free Soil policy. Will von suppoit Major \I a.uill very be >u;>eri<>\vi r his'b neatness riment,and and despatch.He therelore! Pictures Auiu'.t '. I, .54} : 4

!4foJe.
| .1jI4IlItlfr1] I Well, the application on : you sustain Fillmore by condemning Major : tint- pitturewhich be keeps constantly JH I Ir received f-er Schooner W. K. l"cfIrs, (gets
| itiilar( Mejudic or ]ereonl cons.'qieitr! < <, teeinJtig as it was with women and children We amused uuiH'lvis and cur readers last Heard ? Can we doubt how von will d'-dde. ? on h.i-iil li>rate at hiIld Ufrrea'i H iJi ry. Iiutiuctiou N.-MT Orleans,
tmiikly and without ho ii1m replies. The exj-osed to the barbarities of Indian uaefare.I I tjiveii in I the art anil! aparntns turnishetl. Kxin Si Lr.nis Family FMtr, new
week with .ome notice of the vaiiuusmarmuvres i !; Yf>, 7/0, we will not insult you by doubting!, that j Mr. L. wilt remain in rdilahjssee during the vv inter. Smiperfiuic ** ** ** **
o'lu-r, what d 1'it*s h.* f U''etk kuco'ftda uvek* his 4itce was oftlred to th* Administration of the piomiutMit Whigs in these pail: ?, j 3011 will stand l.iy ihe South and by Texas ; Cot Carolina RICP ciar Cundt. .,

liiiiiaiiin: us itiiiii Jess than a tnmtth of the as a force admit ably fitted to ponibh the wtv.ages. their devotion to the Septtvitwr 7, I Isl; ). r'} tf Atnrimt l'mly.; rt.wiwt; Tobaec,
I v. hot-hon great ;princi- i the cause of Texas-, as said Mr. Stephens! is I>uble tltvtifiedVbiskrv,
elfctifl, aad slill In remaiui mum Y t we ; They were turned ofT flow the >au i. love office. Sa.-j, Caps. 5.c., for sale cheap I TAMW
j !I pies! of rod'rn v. highly:: : ( e. ) the cause of the Suulh. In g ing ili! 'iV\a-, In Leon Circuit Court.
$'Ii9i4gf, that he and liis fri.'M'! i Are guilty of no awl ft-rvir-c of the General Government alwith . 33 i%. ET. HOC-
,
and their ar.K-i.t love f..r "the t!
4t.uea11IIelot ; have vvitLhdJ tune ufb npioza.i'm' inMiU and contempt. I bv cunning schemes to secure to themselves and against Texas: you go nintl, the South James M. Hunter, Administrator ol Archibald It. S. Family Groceries.

fruiu the j enpe! i iJ5ut Yet lo appease our outraged citizens, they i the highe l seat* oj i ihe synagogue. We nev. I Hunter,r.decea-ed, AFRESH .itir ply ot Siiz.u, Spices, Vinegar. &r f

( M r. CiilwU l can't F se the pe.ipU! "j per. were -solemu'y piomis-ed that Use Indians ] er pretended or mpposed; that we were making: Northern Demands & Southern Concessions. '! U'i'li! im n.irney and othercreditors? of s-aid estate.If l by recriTci MrXAT'UHT! per Laura Jjne&. OI1.lONi7.Nwpnrt. andf rs.tel _

iy tn electioneer with them, IMSIJT <"ni. should be removed. They we re I old that the j Silly new di icoverit> or disclosures when wepit (Outrageous!} unjust to the South, as most of aftulmt.thatVilIiam appealing In the
!lined at U tJSJJfljfSQ hy theii husintbsThe 44 Administration have concluded that lh.'ir rem in ptint things well! known and repeatedly us believe the provisions of the lute Cornpro. llei.r;. Claik, Mary McClure. and Thomas J. Hardie, ---- : '

>n ne r.-aviti thii.. one %\ould] think, why his is be rnisc to be, it should yet be remembered that and Simon Tavlorl Defendants in the above c-a-e, re-
'va VSWi'fLrJ forcible to rJfeftciL') j talk'-d
-why he tbmild *s.t remain siU-nt vhea imp removal We fiorn a majortt) of the Northern members of Conj j II It UrJtrrd, That said Defendants appear and are imfififd lo 1.rrsritt thira lo the umnder4grt.m{
was necesgarv. ( quote \ did it, not lo enlighten the people of Loon, anv< r I Ihe Hill! filed) in this rause, on or before the within the time j.reeriwd by la.or thi nr.rire vrtti
rlant c1ittiri<*6 are addie, M>d to hi'n. IJuii : the Secretary of War.) To f'tlfil t hU promise or to influence th" elections of this County, 1 sress The instill! of the Wihuot I'roiUo, in ( :i,41 t Momiav in Fcbruiry next, otherwise the Compt !>e j'ti-.td m b.ir, ;o t.tI ilL persons indebted to said es-

it u fart that lie is "confined at Washington collected. *''he word*, was spared her ; tint iingle! coucesb.'n > lin mi's Hill shiill b? taken pro confrsdo: Pfueiit talc will make: niinifdijto |giinent. .
troops weie 7th Uegimeut of but simply; to let it be ki '>,y 'hf buM ei
Thiti ii the string upon which th Xrn r nliarM5 11w way from !VIit->ouii. Artillery weic called enough! to condemn it with our Union loviri.thirethien next, in some newspaper printed State of and Florida.published
.tlj1pPib. in the Mid-lie!, Circuit of the Notice
(1r.m *reej| t i. week. Rig j is il fact of the NOt I I. At the} time of the
| a into requifitioii, and hornets shipped from These feuds among them are matters: of no I Itoriety Given at Cliambiif, this 5th Vpt ember, KiO. TsJII ALL mike application petition to the Judge .
we isk 1'be i.ccuunis of the !I'aury Hall al jrtr Orleans for the use of mounted mrtn.- I failuie of the seheme! Nut ti'rmi! Senators'stoijd THOMAS CALTZELL, Judge.A th- Mid.lle Circuit of FIomida, at Ilieensuiis
and are daily becoming: more and i true copv-Attest.OSCAK Oefobt-r Term ot Mn Circuit Court,for leave to*
Saratoga on lh 21tt if August iLuw where The State was alive with hope and expectation. nIt) euibitleied. yet t peihaps il was not very I Iwi 13 in favor of it, 17 against it. Of the ; A. MYKIiX, Clerk. sell the real carafe of the tare John J. 1krrtyiu

Sac wa* at lhat tim< Sajs a cirresjtiIf1tit; of A brighter d.iy had (Uwn 'd her. former, Urdcc vvcic !Democrats ; one was aVhig. LONG, ARCHHR. fc CORLF.Y, .)ibt) being liz the County of Madi on, ant) 5-Jrate *>t
upon t in uto huSd them out in the glare of oj jiritiir! for Complainant Florida J. JOHNSTON.ftimriian .
tie Herald do ;criLiug the cot!mm- of differr.t The incubus which had pressed down her rnergiep j pen (iut.'e ought to have: let them (i tl.e rivals j It is clear that these Northern men September '>, ts.."fi 'i') 4ra o<" infant hetrs of J. J. Dcjce21. -

pi-rwius preheat ou he OCCUMAD : atd use obstacle which had c-heckcd who voted for the Hill! were less hostile! lo us .A'Et'Ht $. ls"U. .r> 4f
44 : of Yoik l and 1/jncaMcr.: ) go on, and I At Priate Sale.

Iecid'llje* (act uliuwiumlenie as tiaving l.ten sc.o her ttdvajiccmcnt, were to be removed h nick down I ll.e I Hoobies" to their heart's'' than those who voted against it, inasmuch as ,% LIKELY NEGRO GIRL, about 2! year* od.i Leon Circuit Court.

bkie InJes: tiijuutgcrk, wore debignatcd InJJou. What now is the jewili! of so many prorni. content.-..provided they continue to do I their the fornrr were willing to concede the small i'r \. and child, a sowl housekeeper, beam.tresand Smith & Armitead, )

i I Iwoik boon which the latter refined. Yet Soul!bet nurse. r.,. > In CLsnci-rv.
is
and
JViucJc (Irao rr, 4\. V.W. sea, t-o much expectation ? It is oli3 ; Ix kind, and not in front" or at any J KERRY & RtnVLEs, Croom and OthersON )
A lirMyimi.; j&C.f'nl. U4.I.J The murdert'is of citizens and Whigs prefer *" party associates the Northern Aurlionccrs &. Commission Merciiants.
our a 1 rate, do not make nit exhibition of the clubTlii -." iistion t i nf Detei, ?art-', a nile i4 sranfrt! tlutmu'W
Jamce &!<>im>e, .V, y.dl't3. few ud ijien, women ant children, a burthen opponents of the Hill lo its Northern supporters September 7, IS >(J. 3.> It prayed for, rpfjiiiriitj Compiaiuaut to employ
be all the
C. O'Iunsfl? |l 5Jd.Co seems to objection to thi game i COUIHCI to pro.secnte the said Mill on or before
.
!' to think it would! be P. P. LEWIS
!. Chotard, Miw.XV. to their tribe, are saJ My transpoited to the I of I.ooby hunting by our neighbor of the Sen- j and pretend a great the first tdav of the next term of tie Circuit Court _ _
Woi nmfoitunc 'o sunder i lie political ties which LOCAL DENTIST, {I'. be held in this Comity on the fourth Monday in
in consideration of of
C. Wadddl X V. a larj fciim money tine!, and concede that have
a we they n TALLAHASSF.E, FLOItI t.t. October! next: ProvllcJ, hontcetr, Thai notice of
<;. M. Tbaeher, 51a In Land p 'iJ. Tin: UIM\IMIII: rnrTJILV I full right to be knocked! down" in the way connect them wiih! a Northern party, which $:$- Rooms at Mrs. DEMIU.TN Boarding House. this rule b>' servnl upon the Cumj.foir.anlsor sorr.e _

Hon. i 1.:. C. CalK-a, I'Ja.'c ." : ijiirrsi TO rMtii\Tr We were they like best stand reeled. has shown itself so utterly inimical to our interests September 7, !I'5u.< 33 .S tht m ;snnally. or be published! in some t.t t (Lot _ _
we coi
of this Stati fur month
\\ have ain and the lIsa't and! known as to be satisfied with nothing bewsapers on : coniuutieIy. -
n dujing w. told dhould be 4* eediUv lemoved
gn they >j One wr-rd more. We last week character.ized Notice.AT.L Au'uL 13, 1VIO.
iiJil tA Co *rc6s, noticed the nUscucc of Mr. -that their removal ? less than the Wilmot Proviso in specific THOMAS BALTZELL, JuJ-e. .
roltailary forcible. Mr. I). S. Walker as "smooth, coidial.aileclionate personshavinj; demands a ;.iin<5t tlie cstateof A true ,
( H at the aliio tf the and tetms. Filiyaw, dcc'd., late ol Gadsden cnpItest.O.'CrR
yeas nays.Vc .- was di'tcrmined upon.; They having declined insinuating and seductive." I lie County, A. MYF.KS, Clerk.
however kid In what predicaiu nt du those Whigs j ridaare hereby called upon to prent the same August 17, K; 0. 32 -tt
about a-
ihiug il. Hut
to
:go tolvntarify, are they ituw forcibly re. complains, of the last epithet, though he knows i to me without delav ; and nOtice is hereby given to

hen his organ, with a view off wa1isiing iHi\fd ? Is any efioit put foilhjor i I that pur- very well we nn-d il in no ofii-nsive sense iii'ii"st us who su>iain the adjustment' now j all creditors, legatees, and per-ons entitled to dis- Attention Planters.I .
_
j t tri''itionoisaid esate, t thaf t Iheirrlairn v\ill be bar-
>{tular fynijialhy AIIJ cf jiroanttin his ch c. pace ? No, no .' The Administration sud. tut simply in the sense uYliiied by Webster : find themseves ? That measnie gave the I led, (according to the provisions of the statute? in HAVE jn-it received pot Uric; Ocitla, a tot o

ion, >|KaV.s of his cor.Cncrat at denly has a use for its troops tnfgJd the 7Vy. *. Tending to lead a'tiay ; apt to mislead by North, California: 700New Mexico, Deseref, !\\ilhia>ucti case two made\ears and inm 1ro this ided.dilJAMES) unless exhibited to me examine SOLID! for SHTKKPS ourcIte9.and 'i'UflN I'LOVVS. Call anti -.1.1I

''m, jiiuicc reHjuircs that v.-e should acesia4n tins The 7th Infantry IJe imen! is with flattering appeal I ances"We and a third of Tex a* hereafter, vet Northern : ; FILLYAV JAMES[: B. GAMBLEI

whether he is coUlned, or whellier lie i k 1)11easure drawn from Florida, and the savages: left inp fear Mr.' Walkei's e11)itsj Whi"s were not content with this. They demanded Executor? of la-t \\ill and testament. Anzn-t tf is-i.: 31 .
not a St-pt ember 7, IS50. 33 Sw
: !hunting'al Northern watering places.: 'accabe! possession of mirf' the finett portiunsofihe little lo lead ai-'ray" Detnocrals from |JCf ) s'jineiliing! more Still Sotr hem ii Notice ,

State-to hold it, i. teems,, during (i.lds of I the I party into I the ranks of Whiggprv Whig papers iu ist en maintaining political Stolen IS hereby given thaf at Ite ne\f sr =.ion of IheOn-
Gadsden County. pleasure ; connection! with them Will the South siis. FROM the yr.b cribrr on the nul.t of the Slst Auvviih- erai Assembly ol the State if Ftoridtapplication
The candid tcji 41' both j-arties arc in the and that he is veiy *' npt lo mislead 1 by flittering a -niall leather POCKET DOK, will be made for an act ol incorporation lor the pur
t'i -U in (Jadsden. Tlie Di'iiiwia-ic) tjoniina. I'eople of Florida I arc 3011 satufled ? II awarsIces") the friends of the Nashville main partisan leaders who continue in such a teven ten dollar pieces of si'ld; and (two fwo-dol'ar! pose ol construct ing a Plank Road from Allisator.;
fellowship ? bills, with some small silver change; alo several Columbia Tooi.ty, to some point ..n I the St. John's or:
ko, MiMan by votes thube who
iL(1tS are Cul. \V. i M.: Kikseae1 K.: S. Shep.IHttJ your bustain Convention( mto I the nippoit t of ClaV abominal'le notes one on John Fletcher lor 3X( ) and 71) odd dollais !- St. Mary's River. JAMES S. JO.VES,
I'jjiniorc and his Cabinet. We have been led into these not very pertinent M.ul' William Li'tt President of the
Wliether one on on Lolt t, to on one ( Meeting.
L. <;. McKIvy and J). L. Kenan. TheWh'g Compromise. he can head"or
I ?, reflections by the following! letter i ia fiom on J. A. Hud tot f'' 2, one on Isaac. King, ant! several ADUS; | I''). 1S0.: a! ::ini
candidates ure John \%'. Piitudexter, miblead" into? his support the arJheients of <.thn that I don't recollect- A liberal reward will
Ui'lliii Uaker The V/higs cf the East. the house of Lancaster, know Whig in Charleston! S. C., an intelligent tj.- give!, tor I the s.ir-ie. JOHN I IOIV?.IU). Notice .
John Johnson and Dcwjelllaulc. we not. That Sis
$ Our Whig friends in the KJIM n-t-m lo be patriot," says the N. Y. Tribune, to a Northcrn piernber 7, U.54). 35 2t herebv given, that application'.viH \be made! to

As Gaikden i is rather WLi jwh, our piepaiingas I usual for hard MMice.Vell, is then business, nut ours.Gonr.v's friend. Read it, and judge how rapacious Brought to Jail _I the General ssimblv, ol the SI.ime of Fturid.m, ;tIts
Ifcmormiic fellow citizeus 1UU1 bestir themlehvi next !-esion, tor acts ot tncorpora'ion it( plant
if we can but admite them ; (for if ever there Czi-) : LAIIV'S HOOK for Octulier is that Noitliern spirit which such a rneasute ., ,. TN' Tallahassee, Leon County, on the Cthy roads from the ritv ..f Tallafn see, one toTfi'iUu-

they cipwi iu carry the (xjunty."e .- wen' those who pulled kit.dly in hanes, amid is of the could not satisfy, and also! huvv reasonable and \ '-> 1. insfant, a ue ro boy, vIiu sari his name i isF.OU'AKD yule and M. ntic !lo.or.e to (J'iincy.anJoue toyoinfe
leeched in advance other
fchull jtiiMiKla the proceeding of theiii sieithihj.s.i'It : and that ho belon-s to Mr. Kilt point on the Sr. Mark river.
all discouragements and over all sorts otoh picsent number contains( is usual, a variety commendable was t that Southern patriotism ( _th, i31, ot t GaJsJui C iun y. Said boy is Tallaba-wep.: AiiziM If, T O Sn >l
iJsg i nu-eting in OUr hCt.Srnido 'tiuctiont>, nc er balking or kicking-..-surely refused submit to il a'nUl' l 16 i or IS sears ol age, about 5 feet huh, has ona
hich to
I of beautiful l engravings, plain ai,d! tuloured w : kcrs
..iJisrton.-fly (JIflC .f our it these KaMcrnVhigs.. Ceilainl} theii.Middle and cunliibutions I from the pens of fccvrml '. Cir.\KMsTox, Thursday, Aug. 8, ISoO. t-r is re.ueled| to comply with the law, and take CIRCUIT I COURT.-IN CIlANCLUY.

)KvjK the nuiiieuf cnaior Mnilonutb 1 aqiea; r : i J'loiiih associates; should! give them "I lids of itiem it. Subscription price :{.-- '. The defeat s'fihe Compromise is a perfect him .mat.. JOHN II. RHODES, Jailer. Asa Barber, } ,_

'jv(jteof tho Senate in favor of Mr.( IVuuYiiiftit many ihankb..-for they give hum twilling the! Addrckb L. A. (Codcy, I'hiladelphia. triumph of nil that is destructive in this qunr.ter September 7, ISW. 35 tf Sarah r-Barber.>. > Bill for Divorce.
*? ) S
in tho fugitive lavc bill. the world. Il renders powerless all
Let think of
us a tuinute. At the l.tt bffcsion of the satisfaction
!1r. .%!orLoij was not( in the Senate on ili i i4'eaii the Logiokiturc a Senator was to be ('lluefl, Fillmore's Treasuier.An friends of the Union. That Northern men Sale of Heal Estate. TT davit appearing in Hi is case filed, that S.ir4h of the Barber Court, m the br affi delendaut -

Leing detained at home I by lh 'f&- child. And we are authorized to say and I ll.e Whigs had a majuiily. In the prc.vioiii. fiom Coiwin't. Mexican War speech, of them everything in dispute-California nine, of the Honorable Jude ol Probate in and for the out of trie State of Florida, and withip the State of
we wouM IK.I hav iiiitneii"t Jail elections the Fist: Co'inty of M.idison 1 will expose lo public sale, at Georgia : H i 1., Ordered. That the said SariFi Jw
v ,tvd for that ain* l and South had gi. Fehiuary: 1H17, constituted, his claim, in A'r. New Mexico and Utah hereafter--is matter ip-
11 1 ue had )been aii'-tion, for cah, before the Court House A>or, a* pear, plead an-wer, or demur, to SaId fcilf of eon1.
preM>tit.-.SM//Acrit PICKS. von a whig M IO entirely unprecedented., It I'iliiii'tie'b ejek, to !be. regarded as financier uf amazement and chagrin Jo all Whigs in Madison, on Monday* the 1 lib day of October next, plaint mthin thr.e months, or mid bill w in be taken

((7.. J'he was supposed! I that they had klrong i eli hris enough for ihc the: Tirasur) Drpartment) ; this region. The South really saves nothing all I lie, title and interest o'' 'A'liter R. Blackburn, ]>ro confttso aainQt snid cfeitn&nl, amid fhat the
ftie speech California bill, will appear; as SO..M Hs weth (ill their fiirndx it) i the Middle.1 They had( the army, thank I Heaven I can command command goes (to the North--the whole fruits of the !olluv\in; > described lands, Ijinij and bring in the ( tort on the second Monday in November next :- I :
'flplese ;publication of Senator IIl3fld' mad? almost miiiiuelcd; !! rirrtions said County ot Madison to w it : .1ri'1iti.furtht'r Onliretl, That this order be rubIihed '*(
in be.
M,. \u1ee'c i* one of the ] llic ; ibe that veiy ablest tnatl in half of Messis. Imnvn and Cabcll, am] sccu. of deutli, can command your nfficeiR lo IMJ fiec territory, ami will go to extend the lirn- 4, ol Sec 2',, in Township 1, Range 0, Noith and once a week for three months.and r.twspaper thecomplainw i 4

be IlC l"li1.. tiid Iinnv. on red the ejection of both. The. Goveinor.Gen. pro'-eed, 1 can 'tell 'hem t to rnmr bad; or the itt of Northern power. Three new fr. e5talfs East,coiitiiiuiru:; one hundred and I twenty acics.uoie ant take testimony in the cause. 0
Cotltrvery 1LuN4rtll and and the Sos ib refu,. lo or teSs. THOMAS DALTZELLv ,
& whenevciy Judge
Pirsiilent them, he accept '
I
I lie
; 11 hiiiiiticaI light. Urowu, and Uppiefcrntatira in Confrere nifiy .cljapq as m-iy. ELI: AS 1.ASl u'.ri.i.tlmm'r.. cfWalttr A true copy :Attest, ;
;
shill have funds j fn.ni in I purpose cither of sectional; I ;trmtjit ibm) or -'
Mr CaVll fora.thc Middle Use no :m a pi hue eIir ( t U. IJUckburn,dec'd. II. C. LF.STF.K.Clrib.: IIr.
Lcitig
ec. of a 'var which I cannot; uppiovc !" conscientious principle ii wcuftd by the bill. *itlat ::34, 1.?). :si 7f .\uj.., 10.': ls'x fl! SIR,







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PROCLAMATION STACILITV-SEClMim*-rLIIPEl LI TV. Dnsinc t'b I I It

caI ; QlC) Jrlort&iuu & JFouvnal.rtBLiJiii MEtIII3M
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0900,000.:; DE1' RTM
LEWIS &. AMES State of Florida. rcguljr
I ; !: > EvStTrRfl: E1IING. rfflr ccur e of! Lechmre4

I THE HUT UAL LIFE INSURANCE COor IM: VI.IKS: ix GAD DHN CIRCUIT ('OURT-IN CHANCF.RY.G I cftinmencc on th* first of NaYpuAb.

: lRuct. Mimcms: PAIXTToiltl -?, : -t rje T.1 Hi-nev ) T u i: .vi s : .runUioe- outii UKh4t of FeU.r 'rial ,
:3V.t2.1. .
NEW VOSK o. ST., ( lVj.rjfa.ri.: .11!l be ond
/ As f.V.T/wr of the Sla'r of F.Wi/u. Ariirlcs. Perfumery( ic. WiuJow r.t. f liill fi-r Divorce. t'itto':,: niLr.Aap"r anntirn, ,fua.t l in adance. 4tndent* br the fit ot OcWr op r 14
/ ,
> Class
YTET Acca.n-il.ted K.-id. Nov 1,1, > n, iti. tEO,. F.li7.a M ln.eIT \ ) I ("Hito), *.ND .\ it .l.V. it paid within six cinnttFotrn .. nrlmttl wUi be under 'lEi. ($ ; !
WJIEREX it t i ii rcq-nrnl hv law that an eWn'nn i. \ t u. caivU uivesteu in ]M>ndjul: 1zraze PtINTIuflRiYHV': COI.OR., a1>i>eaini; lo the Mtisfacfion? of the Coort, hvalTidivit i DOLL % Rt. it not .oatd U'.ottttht? COd oil the seai Maecri,., ,, : p.

4" this Mate on the lii1 t Monday i tn real canto 1:1: th.* cilv and Hn )klvn.h and tuck .i plIIiifl'it"1'! GIt.'. :n ( in this cau-e tiled ilivi IUi/.a M. Hi.iev.

Dciiur i e\tfot 4 Keif'.1'' nl I'u.iltc Lntk.ts1i.Id of the Stale ii-id Cu of Nvw-Yurk a-sd United Su:< r pii Cabti co.antl on hand. and t. I j the defendant in I Ihisrau-e, dftbevond ;h jiiriidiclion i Thee tua mllhe njiJly adhered to, and I Z. FRvr.Mv. M. 1> Pinfe'i.'tir of

Jwar }t'ri. aud u nil tii. iwCt'r sJuil be elected <;.'Vt-rtitnenl. L liuvett nuiket pme ,. loruK-al I tlic ol I thij Court, tnd out ol the c.tt.oh i'l.ni.li : no i aper will hediicontiitupd uatii alt atrearaj are R. 5f .VCWW.N.M IY. PtO'4.444ir of Surery

a nJ talified : ; Thi fund i- rapidlv itire.ainby a vvidf lv e.vten- MUIS & /' i> OrtlcrnJ, Tlui, tinTiil K\IM\ do nf;>j>eariik'3fl.anstioi i Iu a 1.1. u.tiI-s. a t I jhe oot iou .,l the publishers Stihscrib II. J Htr .cr., M. I) I'itd.csor ut Theor,

Jl tt therefore arJcrnl, That the **i& election heIrsU Jed and propeiim i hus. T4llahaee.. November. IM7. AMIS.: I demur to ih.- .i.i: bili of c.itn/I mil within ; .-rs will be received for tbr e months at One f ice ol .Vedinne., lttIW

) JhttWjWt the State, mi the *aid Jirst Al udavla ( The Cumpj v d.c1.trid a dividend >f profits of fif- is :three mont his. or siiJ bill I .ill i be ta' en pro (('n/c *tfscaitt t j DolUriix !nontr 4 at .1 I 5'). livery: order fur the BYRI> Powrtt. JI D Pn.fejsor cf Ph

OctoW ucvl, according t bw i v-t A-rt psr -td on all existing poucu-s on the 3ls t tof .I 'I0N roWLr. \ui\so v. HAP *' ->.u.i letei.il.int, an.! t that t ttiecaa .* be set ft r uaper out ot hi Pointy mu-t !accompanied with Pjthoiit Minr.tt.i at d (; ehog. -

tilven u-idec: tnv haz4 and the Great Seal of r Jj-niary, l t.. Pi-.fess.-r if Materu

'***" Sis4' nit'1orid. at iiicitu: m Tal1UJ.J All ti9 Profits are diviisd amonj the Insured.j ne\' : IuJ it f'urtfi'r OrJirnl. That this Onlerbi result! Iv authorized agents in the State. Mpentiw and) Medical Jnri.irrf,. Medica.TLe,. > .

4aa.ee.th i !, 15th day <*f Jail* \. I). 1-50. The Allornpjs ;:nd foiinscllcrs( r.I trw, publishc-il ;n floii.e public new >pnprr jiriut il in J.IVl.i.r.N. : SASDHK, A. M M. D.
iHr.isJt ilUwniI-!! pro.
j jiretm ims ThOM XS "WIOWN, : i formed an -ociation tor the I ihis Slate mc* a t-i-. t t.'r tbu-e 100(11 Its, an tally: iuteu added the nAVLN'G Piactrce
,
or qutn.'ily b-ing on
Gwttraur of Florida.Br I 'et. ired -ill I attend the several CoiuU ot I lie Cninr-Liinarit% t t.tke (e.t timonv *in t thecaiue, at the rate itfneDubrper'.qwtrt( A. XVitsov. JL I>. pr .fc or of Obitetr1
|W Oarennr-A te.l : ja, Middle ( ol July il, IV30 THOMAS IIALTKCI.L! Diseah, : ul U'omen JCLIMQUC
l rSi and
-ire ml I > i.a Jiid he Cbiklien.
of
(
in District twelve lines for
W.IKHVMNG The Cjsh piinciple ailojited by I'M* Compa'.ij seCVH Ct>uitof I the first, and fifty cents fir each
C. : I the U. S at T.ul ilia-see. A line con-; \tle t, J.iJ e.R. .
) ?* to 1 the jMrlies lor wtiue hv-ticfu the iii.uia'iresI All bn-int-s entrusted* subsequent' ; insertion. A reasonable dednction I.LcrVatas.

7.12a"Secretjtv Ji'ih cii! Slate..'. I ar 4 < fl<*cld$ I ihi\\h de ol the a-lvani:age, x\ihout, to their care %ili rtei\i i pi I omp)I at tent ion. C. LIXfFR, Cieik. wiIIb! midi' on It-?*] notices, estate notice. yearIv .}rediit.-prttr.str H. JSurgsif. tlrtct. .
u"!, l- ) y> teSTATE Jfc Oihrein the Juh Ti. I'--N' 'J!) 3m
-- saUjectni;; mem to the bevy dravh.ck of accutnuiait > Capitol.Febiutrv 1 notices without alrrnttinn. by persons having, .-prof.-sm.r K. S. i'ZWTO.

OF FLORIDA.itn < vd preiuiiitn note*. I 17, l ll'i.. 7 In Chancery. re itlar! accounts with the utlic. 7. PR ic M AN M. I D Anatomical Dert.r. .

| J'erson 1 may etfect nrance on their \\n lives MEIJICAL NOTICI. Juhn P. Dtival, All anntunrcments nt cindiiates for office, FIVE The fer for a toll rour r oj LetrwM 1 '' K
'and the Inv ol < hc'4. 4 mirried women ca.i iti- Coinpl-iinunt, ) ori. VR '-invaiishlv; in advance. No attention; one hunrfred and five dolur'm(""!! > | f
't. fill 1 1 of
'
j wire the life of her huand. the benefll ofhi<-hare t r. Injunction. wit I he [>.,id ti> any ordr itt, .innounceiTient,unless Each Proresor"> tickrt Sir;.
Dr.
Charles T. John Fontine, Defendant.,, Marticnlaift
U I cured< liy la.v lor the e\clui u ,

cti diei. 1") KSPIU'TFULLV: : annonnros to the public injenV ] T appearing satistictouly to the Cnuit that! J. !)nFotitane flizious. mjirrtj f, ami obitinrv notice* pnbluhed Those desirinfe further inforrnvioa (> .

1 1flU and all de.lenl unonj 1rc. I eui that h.- Ih4 pcruiamiitlv looic.i luirtell i in,-i I I I the I Defendant: doe. not t M-si.lt1 i in thi-I tnito'-! ; but; editorial notice* for pii- dress their lett( (Oist pai.J) ro the Dean wdl nU 1,3
Slate, but in the State M! (; ,- rgia If in
j areijteciaiiv invited l avail lhfinelns.ol a rt urre' i .Monticello 1 rtoiitld, \\illbetoiindat all !times, That the said John Funtai.e, (/hiJpp..Jr: n'l Or.ltieit, I vale b ri>tftitwi.i e oT .rgida4 aJvertiseinents.J dents arriving iu the r.'j! with! v\n\ ol, on ? ';'
whereby th.-ir families be l ltroa I unles* rotfionally! en aste-i. Strict < ani'ett.e the Coiumtrcial *
Hotel.
of Sate Scna'ar.A nuiviviisg. may si.curo be p.iid all attention \vili t said Hill .'f I Injunction: ia t tin, ra-c died w it bin j R S. NEWTOX
the 'nt to IF1lPsititial e.ihi. .
evi
VACANCY having rrnrfl '11 the* office of .' penury I tlu t e months from; date hereof. .In-lit a.. furlhrrOnlfreil O It SVORK. JJtan oftFacidIy,
Ti i
lay Js9.!
PimphleUex-plaiutorj of the of Mutual ISJ.
State Sena'or in the Se.-oi.j S-natmul J Dstric1, principle* That a copy of Ibis Onl r bj publi heti, We are well) prepared to execute Job Work, such LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. : .
!
Li'c
Insura'ice and its
vil the of t'.e Hon. Charles ilhiitiating advantage, I once a week, f.>r I the soace .l t t tCii bills cards blanks E. W.
fcy f lie nnv from .e i i witli fonris of be obtained the L. iJUELDS, M. II. J. .. UOM>, ;t. r. m--riilH. i in s irn.neA .> 34 namphieto.&c., with neatness M. KING, Professor of theory
A.Twd : /' is h'feby Ordtrtl Ts1!: selection, appliratirt'i. tna at I sni"T; ptintea in I litt.t..* of TalUha sec, Slat.e ansI despatch. All woik ol this description, ticc o!! La *. prac.
o1 Ice
ot the of of
-
CompanyVdli si., or ilcuhi.
fofiU eii h
}'the 71 tti day Octnhr ite\t. g THOMAS BALTXEI.L, Judc. the office, must he paid fr ondeliverv. I Jun prucJence.TCBMS.

Given wd.'r n>v hind and the Great Seal of TRUSTEE H \VlNiJ a-soriat d t theinsflvci together in the A lriPc.ipy-AIt.-t. -*50 ocr Srs- icir.

the ":*tc of Florid at the Capitol in TaJTilOMAS'iJROiVN 4! Jos. I). Collins David C. C Wen, |P1 .,t'I ice uf Medicine, .Siiigery, iS.c., otfer then r HSCAR A. MYCIN, Clerk. Watches, Jewelry &c. I All commonication

L..eaI.J tabJiiee, thii : h i l July. A. 1). 3I. !1 XVra J. llv.-p| Altred Kdwardn. -, seivic.-s! to I the citizens of Q'lincy' and the.surround- Jon" 2?, 1S30. 2:, must be addressed to E-neftaininrrtothisdepart.t. !
e- rilliF; subscriber have E
# recriij
II. !McCurdt U'tn. Uctls in* count i y. jiwt tIhe -
fie l. S- JHunt in t.liancery. _L_ '.ei a good upp1y tot titotk, Memphis, Turn., Feb. 2<>r ISZj,
GoVfUior ol FloudaIU Winston Joseph Qnincv AniiHf: M.I \\\9.\ .,1 _
the Governor Attest C. W Fah-r, IsiicG. Pearson, John! P. Duval, ConpIainait dti.p atit which are

0. W. DO IV XING, : I .li ihn P. Yclverton, Henry V.YH Thomas Jeff. Heir, rs fl't'd for Itijitcici ion.r. Ti'bialioid; Lever Watches vorth and Farulfies: for intellectuil abilttiei Kfnl

Tico* S-djwick, Win Mooie.Uey U Ilowaul, Defendant.II" > Jl'intii. Silver I.cverpien -*. prc.ft-sionable acquiremert! si1l
Si-cretan, of Sfai ; ATTORNEY AND! (OL'NSKLLOIt AT LAW L* favorably with the too-ti cuaparp
*( }5. {:.illnj-t Xsbcdee: C wk to I the of \ an I plain U"af"he r, di.tingnished in ourcoaniThe
TsUahaa J'ih21. 1-V1 2$ t* appearing} s..tistctii.n the Court tiat! t
I. VX7ILL in the Medical
,
Ciicu't
piacfce Con,if t I in onch Chains, SenUarid Kev '. faculty co..iitofe'; an anomalr
John II. Swift, Jona: Miller, : I T. 15. Howard, the Dek'tulant does not ie-5Je inthii m th

.I-.I.. Woodruff** (>}>cut *ry Cut-dial I I i John Wadiworth, l)avid A. Corns!OC'K, V > County Court of and I the Uni'ed Midd.e h' States Circ lit ;inct in I ; t tlieSuprenie I Slate, but in theSl.itfof n oria : U w Ofdfitd. Ilracek-ts, Bosom Pin, Rings, Eanines, and or any the other liest t teachf country-all! of them are able iHIUcf, |
District) li-woni; Buttons! is.
Sleeve
JJ and Vrrinif 1, S. M!. Coi ii.11. Huhctt Shuylei, Court a That the siiiJ T. 15. Howard! do appear arid ; nre I Cations,
falls-I I i'ssep. Tho-e who will
Cathartic <5 M. Wiikiu James Chambers the slid Hill of fi;.,K! Pen and Pencil Case, eone'nptate cur se. rapiical
uv Inj'i in
Mother FrienJ ail Li.jnid iction, this care filed, wi.'hn: p.
ilonticehIoJanirv 20, IMS.$ I sition and the extent cf
Jr. Gmd n' Anti.Hilhou, I'jlU j jDr. I I lohn V L. Pruvo, Jo-sph Tuekennan, 2SCAR1W41 three months Iron date hereof. -7/// // / CM/w/. Gold Pens in Silver Case-*, doubt cur population can Ease

HisdttgV C'ltnp-jund S rup of Njptha. ;; Fred. UT.Httlcey, Jl.I-PS H. CritmeH, That a i opy of thii j ord--r be puhil ihieiI. once a week. Silver, Table, Tea, Majtanl! &u of the kin I.
SMIIH. terpri-ic Ai health !
llr. L'ltl -' I'u' i nc BI t ere-Totuc p.lls, and V rmiI'aze Charle* F.iy, Wm. J. Dunker, ] [\V. S. JJZ.-ofl I u for I h h-' space ot t two in.'t lis. i m ne spaer; ; piinlcdin Mdihl CK>rk of the to including all ,,

!," i-ia CMdi 1, ;I Jolni C Ctuser, i: aeiie Dutilh, iErNATTORNEYS] & Dl'LyVOHTa' the city. ol T illaii3s. < i'. jte aforesaid. Plated; Cas'ors, Spoons and Fork, I It ts i ear nc deny that A.NY OTHSBMORE. 1TT

Rinaiwoim: and Tetter Ointment, French MJxtaw, I i Walter Jo\ Fra-iriS. hathrop, AT ThOM \S IJALrXKLI., Jude. Setts \Vaittr-s Lc &c. A conr.i.ncrrco't'ri-.t4 in-

Jr.S w-c< -r'n Vt'wetaM* Pill and Hiftelil i I AUied IMi, JO.. Thateher. LAW3IONTICKLLO. -' A true copy-Attest, TOU'LE t ilVCR < d the mir.dsrfnjn, 4j

I),_. Mwphev'u Sjnr Ca t-d Anti-Ferer i illu, j I II JOSEPH: D. COLLINS, I'ttsiJtnt. ( I'l.oniDA.) OSCAKA. MYER-: ?, Clerk. March! M. IM': '). :1 i t i iI I those nts who relative infend to Ihe pUce t.1 hfadjinsm Vi,,
practicing
p1.. L..r) P4t *, I I\AC ABBOTT. &criftrri.J Julv 7 !l44.' 21. June 2U, IS-V 5 *5m I ; the amnon;: the iisNst. \
Notice. Wcstard! S-ntl, slitwa, ce.fdU.lv ed hJselves
Ir dfi* Vett-Mable HIU, i iMiten I| ()*. 8L *.Xr. Cnitnrllot. j jOIX e
-
?!!'* F.vc Siivc, and Tiimncn'* Eye WaterJMalTdtt !! \ME: :
** fa e iii: Bitlcrs and Lily PiiU, | 2jij iry 10, i-O. ? V Martin Palmer, O and v..orifr l tl.e Honorable! Court ol Pro- I That the t-obiic EMV be 9tti3Gpd rf lbs

Or. fl'a Co.jii Syi u j, i il AT LA. fur duty |,, p rmanaa.

Gnii t tu's WrtT-i. The! bwekuain COTTON GINS VT7 I ILL attend .,1 I! i Ihe Ci.iirti.f t the t Middle t Cirf F.iand:!! Charlotte! A. P.irish.; flemer.t and chiebare a* Exrcufcr the Lait will': Ihe Trusieea aitti Faculty forma shfe? that
*ad MU.JI r-'m ice f n i lfhy [ \ cuit. and tesUsieut ot XVitii.un Turner, p r_ I ntb'-e s. I1.
{ ; i.vt'i
which ,
JJurnev'.s Store. Bill to sell re-.d<'nc-" of p'ot. of James I.. Parjjhtr, ;ir.2iu well fm it- future nrce s; and' that
; ; tLUfl9RI: '
flIri. & TURNER.
I I TallahaMwe. O t. 2T. ISJii- 42 dejt di C.ta'1iin.nt.. l t the peciilnr internal tuzMization vvhn-L
p.iy : ;
jutw i. 1' O. 1 i tlJ.iu Qii'i"y, FJa. JKSSF \VAv1SO.N Frnarv 2. 1'.tO. 'I Cm COLBUU
j them
I csiinot be .
T N thisc.rjit -- ti.terrupttd
> tt.1riui ftom tin II
IL BRADFORD' t ; < t ; bill w-I.ich vv isI II
I
THE AS5AH TEA C3HPANZ, I (;L: 1t\t.tCT1flCR: I: filed i i Jeifcid-to, Circwt Cotui ,.', t.e! "in d. y Notice. I E JI W. KING.

13) GUGCXWI lf STIlCEf, Ni'.W YOIUZ I Palmyra, Lrc County Grirgii. iRI'J7i.r 1-1-T 5\A7 J j Ip Am; il, IS50, which bil; veriled' bv -.;!; 5 ivit ot Cotnpl.iinant ['fIG s'>S=?crib r bjvin<> fitted up the TANIIRY i' \TeH. IV'; President IS of the Family
Tallalr.isscc. that I D<*fe( iint, ( .,;hat inc t'ilis.L t reside i. rTn;
llorida .
in this ki, ,
b to cal! atlenliou oI. < place < .vi as Daker's Tanvard, ha*
13ilK \ ( his I'ii'iii1 ---- --
Ti j pr..1.rirtsra j ,i \ 7"'ILI inf'irin U a i.h l (litV ir t. bfvoud the limits of f.'ie State -- ----
I.1 ui.e1r* in Tea, and ttie IUMN it la.nihe 1i ': \ railv. I t' t he continue*: I theatric' imsines* atli April-. ts,5ij i.-j State of Alabama of Floiida, namely inthf rifw on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER! ,' J. ?iT. WILLIAMS
TIM ini ed I In t tH _ _ : for sule! : and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES
121eeiHI 1 oft ,
ot )
ebtirr and tfI < .
t"ia i ;
old willbe
) .t.4,1.1. %vhr he Ifi <
inppy tlienx
ij-plv; r ; DAvisi I! in therefore OrJrretl TInt be mije j-isf; receivf r-er Sct.r.V.. R. Pettei
I 19,nil hither c u iknnv i t.i i thi emiatry, which L, ilhayi/ rutf articfr. A* an end >tlCt of iln- w. C;. M. i in t i mad to otder. H<* ha ori hand a superior article ofdiubiedsoied HAS Orlcan- from
some > i T iH i v ,
ts'iheir tr a 11e ail J isry. c'n'1| with viranl '>r i iinontln NP/RO SlIDES Mr would here rrutn >-
,. rt-ipiiri- jnl t'athetine IIUi1: hU ti 3 iks to the r.ti//nH uf (ijiL-iien flour. Bacon Sides and Shoulders
LrI Btr iilh, pj'"l.ice anhaeo ol"a ax j and the Oca
% Ia re titrtt'ipt! S3l j l liv urn the ,
gt nsil lu ?
,
pjst taken
inahod
yejr one >
HX III,) > .it 'falljliatsee, and will 1 o plend, nii.s' f 1. nr dcnuir t-' s.nd hill!, on or nefoie iniii4 Counfifor their
i a.lj at
laaifl3 fl aul I tlV'>i. fail d 1 t ue ;p* rlc ,d is1.i"t.n-iid wild a tl- ( ;> patramje. and sj> Hogshead choice Brows Sugar
n-- ; ;jirarti in I "ouitsol! I the Middle Ii&!uct, I the first M-mdiV in i .Sv-pt.-mfarr n.-\tor the -.line will I to them that he will continue ,
fo
manufacture l.r'.,
Tie Ded 4f.Y4I 4t ?i 47itwinc : I *"r ij''e, trivet i.e name ot I tiv one vIi Iia. onof }b ii# rid of FranUli-i and Jack is (\juntiea. betaken confritio and -w-l down -1 For <:ite a* low as ainp. e..e.!
for
The h1ta ilian Bii'It i 1' it Si '*' UiS. f ( .. pro hearing tfjiatte titer, l>jot :aud Shoe,. rtt hu old >lami tn Caddei J JCormtv a
4 per li j i .in Ute. Hf i 1' intending to enht, < {<;.,wubluh.at I- ALich 1 ti, IMsdicincs I--I ). '.' at the I'jil T.-rtn of s.ioj! (Conrl.T.iOMAS April 21)<). is.-j. 15S
Wipta. dii. *' I i 73 ** nar Q'luicy. He will be !ad at all tie.
iniitdcrab' ihiser, wh.ch:
r< > hy flWdW J.e will .
44 d ** Li.ri, t naSUd to till srdtr< (which List t > *m he w.ic im.tbl I Toilet Aii-;; : ;; &c. May T, lo.A : ). To Builders and Contractors.
44 Gree4 Tea I W Hide-! rripnUd uezro t)os, cr his owu .
pap'r.fij
.
a 1 to d.1 ) ivithGia*, j ij i mjbie, ii|( erioi tr. ;u,% <-l ver fruc, -Te,t )
M To.1ia,, d). ** 4i 73 i 4' I iaanufetttre I in Somh e.tctnC;en; .!!ia. II.thinUt'jal I i > ASH C. C;. Fir Cl-ik.v Good Coot and :Snoe makers, ol stf adv habits, EALED l'ROP"SAl>* v.iil be received by tthor
Tkk.t4iaa. d.. 4' 0 39( & TAYLOR can have employment.. ol fht nnder.ioh[ } until the 1t4 &ytcirber ncr,
i enal 3fs
ev ry yeir xpcneucc him to luakr
a May H, IS.Vi.
*4 4j$ Ii1 ivr aroTipminl rf iiulr l 1et4i arlici YOUrJ) ii'.sjn .' fully inform their ___-_ _-_ __ __ : > 4m W. II. McM1LL.X.TaU.iao'eFehi'irtrs for fuinishini material aid rr -rfipj;. f>f v\< (tid!. intte

the int rare and Bbin 2 prie1 iaIinchanie, 'md V. ith 1'evrnnc' ,I1 \i.'! 'I l i 1.-nd- ami tl.e I public, I that I IKVt In Attachment.- 2. ISSO. 4 ly ,'- twn of Madia HI, A HOl'' E OF WORSHIP of I the

Teaa grn1I 1)11 the fttii llial! ii'n*' li'II Gin of thverv (fir..t hi in.i.- ) :; ji..t t uc.-.v. .1! .1 now snppiv of ?ooi-i! t Howina dimension1*, f o sit : rSffcf bog 35 IM

1J :iiiI viiI of I )) Hf !' nreili.'i hus'jop! heli-elsa einVairanlin I lip ft __ risi.j ni; '''f I-iedicints, Perfumery, Alb.-rt Hestw.ck: ) TNA I3URANCE COMPANY, wide, with a It) teef port.Co in trout, mam buiLu;

t'ti a fifW tocuciraZ Ihe ilrt,42ti'ii iii t1 p To onerat"" to t the sat i.fwI lion of 1 ths in1eaii.n ol the i slot *, not lo'iJ makes Julio Ut; e. ) balco-iy on tcp. in 2CtI1 ; Tea, it is jiraptietors will d'-liv tnciii lice i-l charge In purchasets at iiict1 t.eeiVitd. their a $oii- TVILIiNG.( irt, .. anti Cotf&r. in Warc-hoiije OVIF
1it twii1 I P.I.-'I! r.i'.irl* roinpit'ti*. l.ndic.s and < IHI d'-Jrndtit tnd all tit t ier oiis infrresre l lvvtil LI head, and on each siikhmh a the tie
dia1ribatI by ; i' a I their jilan1ati in<. j ; enlrraen! t that T pei < insured a aii.at li/ts bv fire. soFa c>>
laf Tea eia 1) the Girt yt41' f r' Str wn the agt., AH eng emenl* tn-id" with his travelling .T'nt 'i j do n'it v. ish te purohje M dicinc- can call and i1 \- tyke: notice ot f tiif invitation nf thr- ave" LEWIS & AMES ; pew'. and "e l.T.nce! : to'W l pi.tstcrfd. The petsta
will waive I IlIai t 4. 1 :- -> .'ir sloi-li of suit iii Jeir..in Circuit Couit, hv attrhmcnr | be finish.I tu a heat auot I t,i>il.in ntike .
t4gcte. E ih j viriiie4 t eicld iae. 41 )>. -' Aire' i. Tallaha? ee. << rusnntr.i
Mi i iw- ( ; and, pie.td |.t the di i ra'i'in -- i Bond with n.v. u st-vuruv wili be
nujn't-'ri-d cwlii 'e,entitling him tootie jiromol'v Attended t n. I J7a. flied in sad: ca3e, aps rgfjoired; for.t .

chance in thediis'ribatiun' firererylaiJ fifty eei,, *& R >jiriirg properly done in the eiosl durable | on or before the nuxt Fall Tc-rrn, i.f ai f ("tort. Garden Seeds. i the f-.illifu! perffirja- of the cr-r-fracr.

oat, tnd 0.1 HieIfce r c..i iiii t.i i'rv, 11 manner. ( j] S. Knight C RW.-Y SMITH!, \ LATI1E aQ >rtfl-'I' of .resh GARDEN SEEDS,I TERMS.- >iie l h,1t! rtJih when tt- eor.tr-t it

ui3rmeuto't'd of 'feat 1i nhi v.t1n ()f I Attoue, V for Pbiiilill. signed, and tha-! utber nl.en the b-:iJInz! j is ucttwd
piice (?5-H H a1irs> A:: -* i* fnr the *ile of Chapman ] \V LI. ron1": <> b.:>ifM'f stt his old stand J tl_ ji f T< ceived Iror.i the celebrated garden of G;
lea per ceat., or 1 *o thc14Id d-UUrs, wilt lie gi jv ta : & r ,.ur *,sr IRON IIIti n PJWEIISJJLL : he li-ij.es to v\.n: U IKI vichof IitfefneiidoeloioiP ,as vt bavtipt e J nly C, I* "(). 2'' 'irn R. Ga.r,.t ,on, oa Long ia>aid: For s.ile b% I Fer40t.s (hii.)4..14.r: ti rit C '-btn tiouc seeif. '

awu ubsuise.. arc< rdn' to the J'il! \viiig irjc : ( j( M *? in Siiw.'tein!? Oor i a id Flni ida. extend solih t.-a! pationage, j.romis LIIV/IS & AMES- infornialitin. and als.- sped att r.f rj'efcui.Vjff.

priZiit: of S"l 1U*. ICR *t gl 1 fM, '< ft14. iv .">. lIO.. 52A I peiomtl pi'hettu.ii Ji> tiri.tr rf f' t ur.bVs>.rf.: ,eol .

21 25 ] 'MI, 51)) 44 .. ; ,Q), I a ny i'lforinatij-ii wanted with rejrardto the chit and ( _April| ''s.ivj.i.1 n LL persons hvii: any c!.'ims or dfr.usuls ,.f I II I l'ropn.'a-, 5-o be rt.-tiv.-< totJ 5 135

ri 1') 44 I l't, i1J ,. I operation o( theaemills can bf obtained bv adJresing I I-\. whatsoever iMtnre a ainthe! tsUle of the !late hv41ohieNt'IcZ Cuijibis. ITi. building iink.

3 iI3 5 m i, S'ln' r
o 1 ** 1 0 <, aVIin ) March tO.l'itt.\ 12 lv .1. i ie-opeiie l J.n.ii.iiv 'nil.I The .econd ? !.,,, pres-nt the j-aine to me within i Ihe t lime prescnbed I'hilotoken.' NtrMn.', I Al'.ChIrr.ALDFAIR.

will I I romiii'-nrc Jumj j|j. Students may enter atanv ? b} l\\ otlieiwiu ihe v v iii! be lorcvrr b. S GRAHAM

42. pri& all. fl'4, : Agency ofDE. tnue during the ve.,r, and, after! the scronil veh !LARKINS, S'HELIK ku GULbWIRE. jDHN L. MILLER.

4 h i' p4Thi W1I'I iir4.r &r prii Teaii. i.a i FITCH'S CELEBRATED ot f the -t'iori t thev will be chatted only Irom I the Administra'ns (IIi Fhe statt of R L.trkin?. Jane !-", S" >. i3: tlJan Qitii.cv I ha. CHARLES RUSSELL,

f.eie their priv'a m j irnriiu a, or they will 1 he MEDICINES. time t tI of enttun;:. i.ijid nuv be had s.1 |>iic(-s varvinp Aiii'sf *i. Is'd) ). :;ij sw* -- 1uiidutg Comnutwe.

,..p.ireh.i4fut .*44lht a dtnJueU nfV) p *rnH.I. 1 pn.M'JNXKY' \LS\M, Pertoial i\pertoiaitl, I (rout &' to 1 10 per IIiOIIt ii. I IVr ftit I her paiticuUrs Manufactory. Midiscn. Jnv! i5T 1S5O.i7 4t'O

ftfl' i 1r Aj'' t T<'ijMred. Apfilic.it ions 10 I he J j'lilnt i l.iinn.t iii: Turr ainl Mftioni,.il) Cod I see printed cjuloiruc, vvhicli rn v be obtained Notice. :: Sava.utxa'., ;etztan. Charleston: Merc1 rj, and

a13rete4 (p" paid to lite Compaq's !><>pot, an I.icr Oil. Auli-l>> i|>e'ti'Mitiiu| -, .NVi vine' Ver- l by application to a\. I jj. s-j p.n'AUT, persons hav ins demandi a<;jin5t the elate of rTAVIG enaed additional vorkmen, we ar. ,; Macon! TCecct.h. s-i'll cops rnce a week lot four

ihswe tnilu I : e, Iji-iiuialive* 's rui; I llcati I Corn-i-'m, I Humor I J an. afi. 1 >,50. 3 piincipal.NoticeT ALL M. Itaruinlon, late ot .1. fler.san Eli, prepared to till all orders in our line in a | weeks. a."id rv\ard bills to This Office.ATTORNEY .
Coir s toi.Co'i. h and C-ii'mrtic County, prompt and s2tita rtorv manner. All order from ---
lan 23 Pilis Feu-ale Pill I 14. deceased, will pre-ent ihetn to the uniltrsi ned vvith- ]i
l-Vnulf ':,,ictili<\ &-. ., ic'1., iiifd bj him roiiitautl; } in the lime prescribed by r.v. oth.-rwi-i ;this the country will receive immrd ale attention. A McQUENMcINTOSH,
< notice
Nunn's & Clark's and wiiii u'lprfctHinttiiUTOS t tin- l liberal discount gi'. en to metclia ts and dealti.
; I 1.1: 1 raiment? of A LL crnlJtoi *. h-saiees will he !pleadtd m bir thereof ; Jiul all AT LAW.
and per aotis in
C..dd. (, euii. C'ii'inipti Asthma prrson* c-ntitl.-d < T. WHITER CO.J.meO .
:L'u Vf E.{ ) IMU-! :-* emoted ;-f4 I Iloart I li- A.. \. <.siribution. the debted will piej (1 I e ate U> pei| >ia, Sciolula, skin li-easLs, Ilheuuiati in) f.Satc| t Lonra 15. Newton, (: t IMf t!>. 93 \ / attend the Cunnt ('ourt-ijo the F- 3'era
id 1 U( 1 action I'iinta. h Jleo Leon CAROLINi: -: M. P.ARRINCTON! ; \
J e "idvcra < Feiriale C'iuiijiiitPiUs! C--inlv. d. o ea'.tl.st* heithv Xftli1d Adm'x. Circuit ; :be ttttet.t S.tates Ditict! trait It
k.c .
im1
,
; .Vc.
uo- lr. Fitch's iiiie'utt.d Patent Silver Plated Ab I that '.beir: clain. a.d d.miml* WJI |be lmnl at the J.fH-rson_ (County_ ,_July_r 2-i..?IS5i. o-, _Sw Court cf Probate. I| j AB2tine ; the Suri me Court at Talaha! ;

JE oliaa Attaditnent Pianos, with iv va Tim dornina] Suppwrterf l Fitrh's I f\pt..tionol i %,) veis; (114.19 ,!h?? date, mle- ,ht.amc i atodproecuteCiirntorcirizens in any part ofFlorj t
;
1e Ked. J'tie ooiecc .Urjtd Puno iV< be hadby St l Improved Patent are \lubiU-d to I HiuWiibcr and all Notice. STATEO FfconiPA, w. ) AT CnVMBFP, j? ida 3i3in the Government at Wa',hiti ion, either
Sprijy: ijoiild Cr. Ur. eons
} ;
Fitch's pfi
cc
application to I). C. WI1.SQN. 1i .I1iI 'fue.DR. j Silver Iu- who have any de nian !s acjinst I th.- aid decead| .re SIX wet-ks after duo, I will make application to V'a hir ston County. J Match S, JsIN |I before Conzre"rat the Department

Jane I !* ), M tf h hfreby nolifiwJ lo |.n- enl then without drf-v. and Honorable Jo.L.e of Probate? tor Jetler-on I tin- mailer of Mon Smith. Gu >itli
those I indebted to said t-slate are now ca.ltd. ; lo County, for letters of administration; on ll-r r-t.te i-f E.: Una, minor heir of Robert Knss, 'ce! jtd: $ : utgU4t 10 I'.3 'tl
Fircirs crj.KwiTF.n six LCCTfl13 make Hntncuiutt. upon John AI!. On the ;petition ol Stephen J RocliGund J
GUNSiMJJlMMG.S2IIT.I I {>4i irieiii to Urooks, Ute of Jefei-on Cnuntv? dtcea ed.JOSIH'A rnc2Vt..
on the prcvcntu iiand cureol C Lou-, secsuitii-s. pravi-'t.: teat\ Sion S'.mih
n'.umpliin| A"thma, duardiana ;
J'ATIIIfK Music
TAYLOlt Teacher
SMITH Adm'r. iv:.>. j Wanted.
,
i neasa of the Jlearl ice. vj.I! ? hti.resaiti. : '- be reiinirrd to z\Vs.
llu-)
on method ofprettcrving June 1 IS-VX 25 JefitKon Conmy, Julv 27, >"'). i.t / secnriMr-
( : V/ORK f11) .Ie! .rriiti| ns, d')n4 > 2ft iV.v I
A LADY
litu toiive lesions Mic ri'-
: Health and 1'e.atity to ao old age. Thi I m cil p 'JT wuh tne 'HiftuHt Precision and Despatch h\ book sho-ild Sautli be r-mnost4hr'1m Ziis4, and Draw leaincf d.irabIt a.t'n.itic.nby
be n.a.
in cv r> tjinih. To the Consump Bacon said Gr.ardi lug a :
*beujcn'uets! titiHiutfi in-vtdxor tu Dr. i roard's.I'irlicuUr Pork, and Flour. Net ic uIS rfn hip : I It a.-
tive if i'Uuv tLs tuce.
t'e at
the sati .u-tion ;
points out only ifattonalhhope for relu-f. I pt-aiinr: lo rt this Vonrt that :
atl ntiyionoi I lie Sion Siuitl;:, Guardian it| IJoKert E. >aid l July G, 153(1 25
all i iii'd.. ram I.) General Hus< minor heir .._.. ._ .. _
15 : dn atioj children are inv.ilu-ible. 'JS.iXXi I 0 baireU Mess Poik, Assembly ol Iii,: Stale t.l Florida, itppliratioi of KohtTt! Ra-, deceased, resid' i -n i '
,
eisel :> bevor.d the hrnit.s
Door I.ocLii !tepilreil, .r., V of l thin b ok his'e pnsm-tl Miroti li 1 the pieM, and I llu I Iialt Joit 2" St Lou,, rilr. will le' made tor an act uf incorpord.ton fir 'it.I| the State of I Honda, bM in s.t.e fif t the Staffs of; New Goods,
Oil I \15LUS IIF.MILLY.? Leon LodXfi.
contisiuei received ptr Scljoont-r IV. R. IV-tfea and for 3. I. O cl O F. the United St..t.s to >
) nnaliatcd. For ule S. vvi tl
hy S. Fitch & ; f Mate el Mi "
i? i >pi, Per
7.dLaiaaae, $ i(). :> } I Llewellyn" frcni -ew-cr.
t *
C o., ''.'7 Droadway, Xew Yoik, and hy 'r11- J. M. WILLIAMS. \\'AVLE> f.AKER. Frfx-lniy. sti tLat notice wl saui 'etii .oners cannct be s-erved I
SlllKLUS .: ( OIDWh1F. June S. 1 1C)3l. o-> Julv 2u. IS.!?i>. ys 'Jrri upon bin : 'SJ' SPERM OIL, 20 kegs and J ktR
I
DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD
.1) V hale do Powder.I
flf1ir first 1 linar \Vet (of Judre lla11zd1' ( ,'iinry, hirida.z Just Received. Notice // isthtrrfore OrJtirtt That the said Sion Smith, j 'a .ird do SuOz. .
Dr Fitch's Guide t fo Invalids, < r Uiierlions to tiM'diBti r rI rt as ..furrs-hii ..ajp.arani] anweuaid i up. SUIp.uiDIne
usins Dr. I I>oj-v -I S huer.hv giveti that at the nCflinzof the next titionnvithin pe I. Liitsf-iul do! E2h>h Caitmel,
1') ) t persons :; Fitrh'feHetncdica.td be had; gratis, 10 000 )flACON SIDES, LrsjiildtiiiL | of all hi* Agents. JUjUUU r.o'i) Ihii. .' shoulders, L ol tie) Slate cl Fiond-i. ap. licalioii will t ir1t t publicnlicr, of di* order, or the said petition Cantor do M'Ionn'sElixirofOiUt

THE TRUE MEDICINAL June I'., IS5 J. 21 than 1uu41 Ibs. plam lljin. bo injde by a Company for the rai-l ol a charier to will be Jaket, as aonfisst-d, and the y raver*I hereof: i ". do (in bottles) Sal Sida, Pta h.
_
make the U'dcisi! and Ocillj) UIVCM Olive Oil. French fc English Musl"
Srantrd
; lieices Sua-eurj.: ] Ihini' naviatle! from : l'iordfft That a i.f this cider be
COD LIVER OIL SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE .10 barrels I'lnnr, I the month? ol the Ocilla to the licj! uoicrs ol I Hie publishedvr.ee a week for tour cop months in some news Tanrei d' AUspice, Pepper. Ging'r.
"
ErUL in the cure fit t ScroicU, Consntnption, UAVK: jtIt| received a larjje and ten -ral a soit- :.j Whi-Key. U'arissa.JeflcrsM. paper puMishfJ within the State of t Florida.WASHINGTON Sweet do Indi p. Alum.Sjltlerre,
U 1 t) ) County July20. >o > 2- Sm Furnituie Vanish, \Vritiie I Ink>,u.ssd.bran Gaul, Kheum.itmi, Asthma, Rrncbi1iCtHgl 14.4. of Drugs, Medicines, Cliemicali : 1es.4 IOI Ic, IJ | 1_ TAP.OR, Coach

and all distaeea of the (Che- *t'tJ L'ings. A f uppl\ Paints Oils, and Dye Stuffs, \\lucli they will -r\\\\, 15 I'l.'me Notice. j'.Kle of Probates Washington Countv. do Dallev'a Pain Extraclor3D /
| No
4:4: Ibis valuable medicine i-> ju.-l fl'CjiV.J], \\hich is on the :ni-.t leasoiuhle, leiirn lor cath or approved 3 Mid New Orleans Sugar, Ar til ",:, ijo.. l'; 4m kegs 1 & pure Wht Saleratos, Borax,

%vrrtE.i pare, and ot vtr. superior quality. rredit. Pc-rjons\\i-! < ;ei\nine ;unnilulteratitl! ined- 45 kegs Nails :OIX:: icnnthsafler dat<". the undersigned, AdininisO i Lead, Turkey Opium,

For sale !tiy LCW1S t AM>:N, l cIIlw' \sill! do v\cll!! to t.ill and exoiniiic thfil stock 3 bjrreNOid BouillonVIiJAer.. trains of the Ute Robert Fisher, will pn ent Notice to Turpentine Makers I 1Ot) bags assorted Shrf Mace/Numeg3.:
Ir41ithv, flurn, 'Jut Purli I their fiiul! JCCoui.tand vouchers to I the JnJ-reof Leon i Par same Vessel,
T4ay 2i. < > 20 TaU&hjie. 'l* lirf'irc t puichi; -- Jme: 1.1, 1S5'J. 2.1: tlJjn winch vull I he sold for a very srrull tnaiy advance on cost Probate Cturtai.d a>k tor a discharge from said cds O\ to any person who may wish to enter into the : A few barrels Northern Flour> ," fancy brands?

Private Boarding House.J ] i-iiia; detenniru-d to uive bargain:., all shall! find it tale. l business. A joun man, with a family, who AUo, a few superior[ Cross Cut and if ill Save}-
1 Uien i i intetcst lo K 1 W. FISIIF.1U! l'e* had several veaia experience in making Ti,, Per "W. R. '
Peas give I lie subsci iber call before pen- Fettes" from New Orleans,
twelve1 be aecomida'ed a rurchasjnj. -
J Gjaleun-i
I"hN can at fine
> .uII) in the
vicinity of \
W. I F.. ilmir.gton N. C. and
who
_1_ Day I 3srJrj! t thic reside,ire of J >hn t K.{ Llo\d, 1 A rushh1LocpEAs I for sale by S. oTalldhaswe KNIGhT. Julv 20 |7"% FlSHKR.i understand, t the r Cacou Sides, Rice, Lard,
lw June *: ) 0. 2> ''Jm pu cess thoroughly, wishes to take "
iSr-fl.
4)a *5 uir' t..itruct tiext ho'jue to I the *>oi occupied; S. S. KNIGHT. 22 chaiae of a business the > Fall Shoulderi, H..ur,
ens iini where
nul- "
*>y Mr. L* oa Urjan.on Ieirak! term Aluoone Juuc-2. IS'O. 01 Notice.SIX ficient nuroDcr cf hands a IIjiri. Mohssea,
are employed toafioid! him
irouheJ fttotn now Maoucupu-d, f' Jayncs' ap to
ad Uvd inzUr en11emtn.T41ah.e Family Meclioines rnilF.: .y 1 1ie
or subscrib-n have hand further particulars address ON HAND
on two hundred and JtId4' of Probate in and W. H. Ii., Madison C. ,
May' II 1VO. ISp. )MPRISI.NG! his i\peclnranl. Hair Tonic Alterative J. (illy ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which I thev_. County, for adiruMe from any further( adminiatratitdon tor T'/rnlon II Middle' Florida. Gin Rand Leather, (Oil Carpet at Kubbs CM3

J Hur U\c, Carminitivc I'aUam, 'fonic'erxni1'ugeSarihie have i.htai ned dii c-ct l I iron, t ire mar.ulaclui.w. and I the estate of Chail Liin deceased June 15, 1S.). 23 3m Lining Skins, fcr crriagcs.Cip -

Fruits, Ate.OUANIES. Pill", an l Ague Pills, for aale bvSIHCLDS I hey will w..riant. ..t I lo be a wipei, ur uiticle. fionlon Cou nt v, South 1'lorid.i., ; late of and Calf do. For sale by

.\isiNi. & COLUWIP.i:, We have enlarjM! dour stock ol>l JrM, arid Medi- c. '1'. JiN-Kt's: Settle Up: J M. WILLIAM-

.1 1 .%LMON'DS. I.IMD\S, June 11, 1 I'tT: ,. 2'i tJJui, Quir.rv Fla.Dr. cities |,j r.THit a.. i in' ats. aitd are pieparrd' to execute J. H. ALLr/.V 'fAdmr> June 20. ISM. J5Dlacksmithing"

JVITLKS, O.\ IONS. : *: o der, (or aitC.s) ,? |jnts a| whocbae] flr June 21, l :r 0. ,'3m j ALL 1'er4pnindebted' to the undersigned for sub- -
IKKil rOTATOB?, S. i 1: C'oivti! ci rs ariiuuili.| on the most accoramodjtin, ,, term. to the 1'ahtiha5&ee Floi idian from or at .1

MACKrjlCL in half h4iieli aud kilts, Dr. Sands' ilo. %Vt- !hate also a few accounts )e? due to us for th* Notice. [ any time ,cinrin the vears 1537 and Ibl'J, or for advert .
Dr. Wood's do. yea r I 4'J. isinor job-work during said time, are informed "T V npHEunders-iiincd respectfully W 1*
1'ICKLED IJP.Kr TONGUES.Ju
"l izeneral
U7 i in
hy small I Months
>l received and fur bale by Dr.) Hull's do] but If j I the wholeconld i ; l.cpaj,} ,.,l(4rt,ly, it woud amounts!, J SIX ? ) after vouchers the djtot Tf this notice, I will that the books and accounts are in the hands of Geu. JL I Ihe public generally tharli w?
Dr. g my arul accounts to the W. Hutchins he 1,
JOHN McDOUCALL. Comstock'i* (It). far towards liquidatingccitain, Jud Hon. ESIJ., settlement, who is duly au *. employed a supei icr Horse Shoer,
.
December 2 2. IS n. 5'J' Dr. Conlntk's, Pain I3\lraror I LEWIS sums wh.ch. we owe.June8.S.A e and of Probate lor L*>on C'ouijty, l for a final settlement thorized lo receive and receipt for any and all monies now prepared to execute all oik in that line i1 *
fc AMES.Groceries.
.
Fr ale by SHUJLUS &. (JOLOWJRC, 22 discharge from the Ksfate ol !)r. I.I). so due me. superior manner, and o.k usual terms.

Pain Killer. June 13 1 :,, isib. i>3 I tlJan I (i'lincv' Fla. Newton, late of said Cour.iv %deceased. It is earnestly hoped that any and all persons indebted F. PAYNE-

PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r. will give this notice due consideration, and June 20, 1350. 05 ff
u1 f Peiry JJavuT KUlcrusl| March 2.1, 1 1Si(). I 1GinNotice. settle ithont oel.iv and _
AFRESH suppl) Provisions &c. up w save tne the unpleasant -- --

and for sale by T1I.ST received per schooner Pctlisfrom New Or- necessity of going lo law fur the same. Great Bargains Goods at Cost !

T. WlilTH &, CO., Agents.Kovei.Url A A IIARHELS MESS PORK, a J leans, Lrd Oil, (pure,) July 27, !1S50.( 2'J S. S. SIBLEY. *

?, IS 19. 45 LI4.14 l 0 do. Prime do. llvtra Sugared Hams, SIX months after the first publication of this T HE subscriber beins desirous of CLOSING!
5 h K'gs Leaf Lard Plain no MERCANTILE: BUSINESS in this rity.ofler .
HaRectified I shall apply to the Hon. James K. lit Bacon Flour &c.
Nails 2 hall I hands Cianhcrries, VbiiIey. Jude of Probate lor Leon DORIC, for sale at COST: hi* entire STOCK o
County for
1 hli'l. clear Hide lijcon, Al>oin Store- from the adnainistMtc.rship of the a discharge TUST received per Schr. W. U. Pette from New con'isting of all! kinds, both FANCY and ST.PU

80 K1VJS Aa'.vanand Pall Hivcr Cut Nails, ju%f 1 Li. shoulder do.lu Clear Sides, Shoulder*, Young,deceased, late of Leon Count estate Florida.of George I J Orleans, DRY GOODS, Re-ulv-rasde Clothing, Boots and

received aud for sale livMcNAITGIT bili.! St. Louis Flour Molasses, St Louii Flour DAVID : Clear Bacon Sides, Shoes, Hardware, Groceries, and al otl.ernsuallv .
D.
& ORMOND. 5 do YOUNG, Shoulders hand for sale in this market. !>}tj>'
planting Potatoes, Rio Cotiee, .WSjcksSalt, &c Jtc Adm'r. of George kept on
ewrt. April IS, 1S30. 14 1 Mid. fine Sugir, For sale cheap by A. I 1L HOC. March 10, 1850. 10 Young Cm, deceased. Su2.tr: Cured Hams. CHANTS, PLANTERS and FAMILIES exaXD'his desifcosof

20 buthels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, June 2J, 1&10. 25 Rio Coflee, purchasing would do well to call, and
Water.DOZEN
Saratoga I KJ t baud* llerlifiod I WhioUcy.Ju.t Notice. White Wine Vinegar, stock (as it is entirely new,) before porcna11'

: (quarla) Congress %Water just reccived icc'd. per chr. W. II. Pel leu, and for ale! by Flour. No. 1 Mackerel, elsewhere. S. F. BUR>"M-

...-., and (or wte by McNAUGHT &- ORMOM). A FRESH supply Family FLOUR QIX months after( date, application will be made Leaf Lard, Tallahassee, July 27, 1S50. 23

MrNAUGHT Sc ORMOND. Newport, March 9,1 SV). 1)) XL tier. Bark "Llewellvn," and for sale just'bv received for O letters to the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon County Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri Mills.
April 13,1S30 I II 3 or
  • Newport, McNAUGHT Soap, for sale by Lard &c.
    Flour Bacon
    i.
    ORMOND. While deceasvd late ,
    of s-iid Conntv ,
    New Books. Newport, June 29,1S50."Refrigerators July 27, 1SW. 29 A E HOC. ff.
    SAMUEL C' WIITB-! Administrator. 1 lIST received from New Orleansper scbocnerJ
    Iron.
    Plow AFINH t-eleclion of the Novell ol the day, to- May 18, ISoO. 10 Clll A Cooper Wanted." R. Pittes,

    agsorttflfll t of wile Iron, BJ, SOand 10 inchM.nuilaMe with tiuny others, hiich an HnireV Life and Meat Safes" Loni
    Flour Ohio and St.
    A. for Plow H, received per Schooner and 'rrv-I4.! Hunibnl'llV! Travel*, Rambler in Mexico T ANDIN from Hark "Llewellyn"% an Mackerel. ONE Who can make TURPENTINE BARRELS,
    assortment
    Abell.and for naleby Los Gringos, &c., for sale livMrNAUGIIT Jof the above named articles, for sale by comes well recommended (for i industry, can Bnron Si lo and Shoulders! ,
    OS. 1 and 2 in libis., |Ibt',., 3fld l find employment at (fair Mike usr.
    McNAUGHT fc OIMONJ.a & OK&10NO.Ncwnorl TMcNAUGHT & ORMOID. N 4 nbl.s for wajs. application Lard, niolasscs and

    ; \lar4i I 'ZO April Ph, ieicI. 14 Newport, June io. Jun" by S. S KNIGII I- to McNAUGHT k oBoNb. For 'ale bv J M. WILIJAZtS.
    evrOr 2', 165ft ,, Newport. June 2', ,( .
    Mv U.1SSO 15