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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 14, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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 & DYKE.( TALLAHASSEE, ]EA.l : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1850. VOLUME 11-NO. 36;

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The Warcaller. I I (Correspondence of the Baltimore SIf"i ] Execution of Professor Webster. I'
Eabbcry in Paris.Contrpotdtntr From tLe AlaUima Plantr Texas-GovernorXMessage.A Br '

o' tit LnoJvti TYww.) Chilian:. Clo'er.TLL1S railed session of the Texas Legislature Capt.Murray.late of the brig Warcaller! who I I W ASIII GTO August 29, 1830. AtelegraphicdisatchtoIheNewYorl/ ""eo".I..r.llr..r P.r.presx .
that Professor
{ Fti. 6th 1850.GKNTLKMKN arrived hero on Saturday in the schooner Camp, Backward Mocemm'--T/ Omnibus Overturned stiles.
) Aug.
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the 12lh ult. to take action to putdown ho
PARIS, Ju'y t26, 1*:\. I have received met on bas furnished us with the following particulars -Bad Profl'rd.t-Frllitles8 Corz ten his family had: left him (the evening before I \
: : just your her authority, 'I. execution h fid, -ntlv alleged' ill p-"rr.'cf '
the indirection against as con ,
A rob1'rym *n extensive scale, and exe. letter of the 2.>ih July! requesting some of thC ,' .f tho Destruction of the Warcaller and her lion-Department of the In'erior, 4c. I
excited nconcioiiiuf!s of hi coming late was a";i>che
41 ruled; wiili nnex-mriled; aiHaeity and i ] dtM j; l.ajtit < : lilian clover seed, with such infonmtion in which the U. S. Government has lately cargo, by fire. At 6, 30, on the morning of Toe brightening *>f the prospect ofthe sue- and in in order ,

occurred in the Hotel, l ( ainnt/ the! prop.frl : iegafH to its culture as I may possps*. Yon within her limits. The message of Gov. the 17lh, the brig Warcaller. of Canvln, left cess ofthe peace lulls! yesterday was only tern any placed attempt at a suicide.new cell Dr. Patnam to !Irfi prevent him : { :

of the Count d* Cnumont! ntuated in the i will find herewith enclosed : with unspeakable Cedar Keys, with a cargo of'cotton, bound to what ake calls '
\ a sm\1 qnmlifJnflh en.or IJeilJ! we hive read New M. with Seahorse jorary. It was like S > !ip Mre it 9 o'clock, and from that lime till I 12 h*
A%enuf$ des Champ EIr, "es. The jJl)1e1h4(1: peed, and I will very ( heeifuly! give my pleasuiK.! His language is eminently worthy York. At about 9 A. about 20 o' the lightening up before dath. The ultra pissed[ the time in devotional e (eijerrises.: At i .
North di. tant ,
noti'' appcais b-en occupied for some months exp"rience in regard to it, as valuable jjra>s Key bearing : ral.ied, in ominous conjunction Northern .
executive of a sovereign State.- fire and forward ; 1 12 he feil into a sort of toz! ", t hut did not sleep .tf
ihe Count rei-uluig suteinule':> I ill the f co ..ntrmiJ \ t for the South.I i S.lllwr was discovered in the galley in f Southern extremists showed their front.? times and '
at
in the Fa-tliourg St. j..rm tin, and Ih,' removed to Florida from the Pieshmnt: : re- When elected he WAS reported to be a Whig. hou e. Every effnt'a used which our I have seen nothing) yet to show that the Texan heavily He awaking of his impending fate' conversing.with fortitude } .
spoke
Countess at Brussels. The hou< wiili the 2ion of Virginia, which i is the best gias and I Whig u Democrat we wish the country}", in means afforded to smother the flimes ; wet.. bound try hi',1 can be pissed as a sepzratneasuie and resignation and seemed quite: gwfefld' :\-, -'".'(

whol)) ofthe$ valuable furniture', pictures' plate, grazing portion of the state, and brought with I this. emergency)', was flt"t with such paliiot Bedclothes were applied, and every bucket onboard though I am aware; that others pro- that the time If his death had" been kept from I

j.welry, &c., xvas intru, "'ied lo IIit keepiug ot mo the;best. varieties of griss seed. But I He recommen Is th raising of at l least two put in use, in hopes (checking it imme less to think ditf renlly.! Many say thai a mi-; his family. At :he various noises oflhf dawn :.' .
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the putter. It would tfl"p.ar tint: a ,fiiend ol I unsuccessful in all the experiments: that I liately. It gained rapidly, notwithstanding only of twenty meivbeis wish the bills passed, '
mounted volunteers for the it.g cf a newduy he seemed In be somewhat :
and the vessels head towards .f.
thc Count (1 It* CauwontNied; him a ft.\\ da\'s made: and was: to the conclusion that regiments pur. was put the Keys, hut cannot agiee on the terms. But' let it belied }but his Ir.

nIT! in I Iht* FauViurg' Si. Germain, and in the nO:1p: hut the nt dr\cl'e grasses would suit the suit i I pose putting d\1 the Santa. Fe Rebellion.S.is and the ensign hoisted union down, as a signal at any moment, and.ther will be more ndvice.agitated, soon regained composure by i\
e
distress this tim
coiirftt flf converttion, happened torematk: as and climite of Florida. i he : as the fire by begin hai| a hundred votes against the bill!! in the He breakfasted upon tea and coflee with "=:. :

extraordinary; i lhat, on parsing along the In the spring of IS.n11. S"nlo West- i and to assume a serious aspect. The mate was firm in which it came Horn the Senate.: bread, officers to with him "
Th' qtie.s'ioti' must be met boldly, irected! with clear the boat inviting partake ,
Cham; Eiytees )lie observed that the hotel' I cotl of this State! sent me in a letter, 1 f few of fear'''fssl and determinedly. Not 'further be one man for, to last away the, The only possible mode in which the 'bill and furnishing them with bread. lie made 'I

was shut up. and otherwise ha'J the appearance the Chilian clover seed which he had oltin.I I supplication) or discussion with Federal by I author t rest o meanwhile ii: readiness all a in their extremity ; to could be speedily passed was in the omnibus, ihe preparations for ascending the srafToM ;'f :

of being completely abandoned. Tile Conn, I' eJ from the Patent Office at Washington.Uut .- not by renewed appeals to their generosity flames doing firmi power yesterday set up, and Io-diy !partly taken to with fir nness, and about? 300 were admitted! J& '

I who had not visited iba hr"tel for oms weeks, I having failed in aU my experments to intro ities ;and sympathy not ; longer reliance prevent the ofthe communicating house to been theorerigging pieces, by Mr. IJoyd. It was 'found expedienty to the jail yard, and (he house tops Itn'l I win. !

|hut who believed illo he propel I) taken, care of -luce the exotic grasses into Florida, I paid ; Iya will \etbe the top having Mr. Boyd to throw out Utah. He would dows adjoining thejiil were crowded with -t."
the delus'ue j-jstice j '! It
proceeded at once wi:h his fiiend l to the spot, very little regard to it, and very carelessly l on extended lo us hllP'but I by action-manly and determined cut open and water p'.le.l incessantly.force would was nit have done this, had he supposed there wa people: including' many ladies. The streets : \

T and found it in the state lepiesented. \o an. scattered the seed in my fruit and shrubbery ; unavailing, a* ten times our not any chance to carry the scheme which be had the also croxvded. At o'clock .
action on our part by a as- have been her destruction.The near jil were .
prompt
i f\\vr was nude to the repeated! summons for garden on a sq'tare which i is light and sandy, maintenance able to prevent iresented. Utah was thrown out, to take in the I commenced by '
ser ion of our 'rihf' and a practical and in faw seconds I ; i teligiouiservices were
admission: and at length! i tins d.iots had] lo belirokcn too poor to produce good vegetable,*.- rigging caught, a a new territory on the Pacific, sou'h of the Dr. Putnam-consisting ot fervent .. .
ant of them wiili all the means we can comman. sheet of a prayt"r.'J
)lat the Count further notice taken until the fill everything forward was one flame, thirth-six and the Wilmot ProvisoIt ,
I ) 01'1'11.'IJ"n visited was last laral'el () lie invoked the of the : and
the
and spirit
: .!, at all hazards 10 ex. the lima to the mainmast presence
his hotel' it was filled with sumptuous (furni- when I discovered that the young plants were communicating at same will be seen that the previous question asI of God for him so soon to die he .
'remit!< the and all stThe I grace ; pray. '
fore
tine, ; on the piesent occasion: 1 it j was not on yabandoned. growing very finely, hit the gardncner in ** Afier'/ deeply, and ttrust maturely reflecting then by ordered into the boat: nnd she crewwere was moved by Mr. Ashmun to be a test of the ed that the prisoner repentence might bo

but was empty-in fact, complete.y chopping up the weeds and other grass, which on this subjectvith a mind guided by the tow seconds before tho fore- sense oflhe House on the bill, with Mr. B->)d's accepted and that he might be prepared to ,"- .

|I. aid! thoroughly) tUtt"tf. Neither the porter had sprung up', had destroyed much of the most anxious desire, to lake 'no step in it wlfch dropped and astern! all, a its fell and Mr. Clin OIan'8 amendments' was, lot b) meet his doom. ,: '! I
superincumbent
nor any ofhis family' woie forthcoming. Application young clover. I then began to pay some attention would not command the approbation of my topmast on the side where she left. Wo soon spars discovered a large' mtiurilv-107 ff to 74. It follows, al3 He prayed for the prisoner' family, that ;.. :

was instantly mid-; to M. Car.'icr!' to it. I grew well' during the \\in I most as a miller (f course, that the House the consohti'ins of Gods and .II.. '
fellow citiz 'ns and the reflecting pO'ton.I'! by the smoke at the Keys, that the steamboat presence grace .
Prefect' of Police.I Agents weie sem out ter. will sustain the motion to commit the bill-or be ,theirs that when their lime of death :
this might ,
those of our sister States: whose interest m Eufaula! Capt. Clark, was firiig so ,
ab ut the gljti-irhoo.: ( to miKe inquiries.) I: Thr next year it continued to grow in the imtter is strongly assimilated! to ours, it is my we lay by until she arrived. A sharp axe up anda in o'her words sending it to the tomb! -not n houd! have come they mght meet II e prisoner ,\: -

ap;)eaig 1 ih-it during) [I0 c.r 1 li! days con sect Jti\e h ttes and driest time of:nll r. Last sear and firm conviction that there is hawser from her. The hawser Client one, lull' ono in which Bedlam will roar in [Heaven, where there would be no se 'ering '

I Jr. the, neighbois had oWi'jed; seven or oightvagsjons it grew to the height of two feet or more;and delher"tI now us hut one course cons'stent with : made was procured fast to larboard cable! the and agitate till tho end ol the session. of the ties of atf ctin. Also, for the family ".

\ u'ed lor reinou'ng i ; furniture! bi'f.ire, the bunches were large and luxuriant, and it of what is due to ourselves was our There is a rumor that an effort will be made of the murdered man. ,
and
honor
just
a sense anchor on that skin having dropped, owing 'to
tl.e'i for ofthtf l.ovl: an J as each \vi; l fi.ied it was in blossom all summer ; but I did not so- and that is in the committee to amend the bill giving it a He prayed for the Sheriff his asst3n's: '
as a community he coiK-umed. The steamer /
sovereign fastenings being
q'littt'tllhl'l! spot. [ \vis: slated, cure of the form which will be acceptable to Ihe South "
on
application any (ell the immediate adoption by honorabledody then took her in meanwhile the generally, and for the officers of the law gen.
tow
at the p'i"'''*, loilgtint, i the Count .!Je Call It i: a speiies ( tUCfre-lla'a blue or I your \ mad scuttle her; but did not succeedin attemptwas i and to Texas ; and will be sustained "l-y a ,rail! ,', and( ror t the witness and for11
in:ml had given oul-rs( for,: the sale of hi,i< 1u purp'.e hl.15301, putting) out n the end of the will perfect unanimity .r"ur1 1'111 Santa to ; number of Northern men. This plan will Into Alton minutes' nInes ,
curuion rsol1,4. twenty past
for
.1 'I" are necessary the o{ | doing" so until she had been towed about a p t
u turt'. as h. was; about toduposu ofhis hotel.: ) branches and unfolding every day, as the Fe, with a foice ample to quell' the arrogant mile, when the starboard anchor dropped. and strike out the compensation often million the prisoner was brought: onl lo dt!. AiW' '
Tl.e furniture was: tr-'' >!;rrJ to I the 1 Place deh branch continues! lo grow, so as to resemble there I II) Texts, but to allow her to extend her jurisdiction th the prisoner's arms were pinioned,
and rebellions spirit prevailing it then d.Vc had then don1.ill prayer
n"'II'f'e-tht' ni') ) t public: : 'J thronged) furl; a feather. Consequently l\it\ sc *d are ripeni.ig \ estabiuh wa accomplish over the whole territory claimed by her and with firm be maich'ed to the gal. '.
a
and to enable: us to extend and (irmly : thai could be done with our limited force" s'ep
ol Pans, an J (here s IJ by and tltI.11 ihi- : whist it i N t ll hl.uO. With a \iew : it." line of Id C. I do not think we can, al present I lur Dr. Putnam.! t
State jws
and lawiof
the ; the over and she Clark in
hopesthat
wife dond dt\' alter da\'. and the )laden wa;Ig''i.s i of securing the seed) this year as well a I Ii ju.h.diei.ln i I with was his given up to facilities Capt. he would, ; gel a majority to unite in giving the disputed His face was as fleshy, as when he w.is are : '

juiced: through the mod crowded thoroughlaie i coul I had: the oM stalks cut ttT on the l.t Oi CIa Compromise his language i is far in superior of her succeed teiritory either to Ol1ft side or the other. rested, though i:fa; deathly palor. His i look) t
least
I
of{ thf* capital--i he Champs K'y: !ee>, the ( April last and by the 11 of May it wa.fully 11 n.n that of approval. 'I'.ke the 'following saving at a portion the cargo. It is plain enough now that the bills tire to walilhat o' n. \ h I hailjr.on m''t. d e idly sin, i" ,
mule several .
1 H.ull.\! trd'llh. K.,o Vivienne, and l tiually i :i ,the knee high, and very' luxuriant! and succulent sentences! : They all the attempts could during d.1Y.with lie made the subject of fruitless content ion, andno ) and was about to pay for it with his lire i >.

P.ace; de; la H .tnse., \t only that: but the during which tinv' I do lot thi.k: a drop men they muster, our own one knows for how long a time. 01 fours-: Wide: the Sheriff was reading the death ;

funiitiiM, \vis lerhred: lo l JP', I thai ul! I tae Conn .. of rain foil upon it. We bad) no rain in this This ;plan i is accompinied with a proposition crew assisting, 'but they were unsuccessful. those who began to look to air early termination i warrant; Webster was conversing with Dr. :1 1it

anl') *oi: at the ntg it t us t-u-li. A< It nntierofcourse put of Florida fromIarcti till June. A. the t (to Texas lo gin!her dollars lira Night set in and she was abandoned, with the! ofthe session are to be disappointed.Tf.e I Putnam apparently with usual earnestness at 'n I

;reat bar::unner yoinjr ; an,1 I I I seed lipi'iied, I had them picked ofT( lj\ hand, lelinquishment of her claim, or in plainer intention returning in tho morning. In I the : I'Kcessor! of Mr. MrKennan is now !I the conclusion his legs were then inioned; t I
but succeeded in
Late; hfaid] of snuie', :tllic1.I I ) that coJ"jOiK l : .)!", and succeeded in securing about a pint, which language, to give her dolars. prodded morning she had sunk, they the subject of speculation. Ex-Senator; Bay and the placed about his nt'ck'hc! caused <
which. with the rope
i'Old at the :union: t for 5,UW,:) .: Ti: ? mose I have dUliihuted in proportions of about a she lri quietly; slund a10i permit a party purchasing her anchors:, cables ard, of Delaware, has been talked of and is his face to blush.! "

valuable aud {"rla"I.. articles, such a* plati, tea spoonful, having been applied to l for &!iullquantities : i1 Congress, JnOtl ar,'rse 10 certain is all that have as yet been n\'l'u.for now in this city. There were evident signs of suppressed .'

jewelry! &c.f '\ere n .t "iposed for ale at all. by gentlemen in Tc'nn" ee1.: int'itutioni ofthe and seeking every: op- Capt. Murray left here on of Monday t Aptluchicola in Yours, lox. powerful feeling. The black cap was placed"on ) ,:.'

Iii rnution was <:ivt't 11tllt c"! 'llllJr that barn: Mississippi and( Louisiana, I 11Jru"ily lo asllilllcm. lo partition her territory for the purpose taking passage I his ht'arJ.lhe sherifFprocIaiiiied with a lou] :-;

ttie.e latter filling;:; not Jos than 1 \ cln.st whom I have sent some by letters.If in a mnn-icr consonant with their views to the brig (Ocilla, for New Yurk.-NcU'Jiorl1f'a. A Thirty Pound Gold Fi ce. voce: tint ho was about to do execution on the .

were senl olFin! a WH;..I on I the road to Uuv.!I is tin :ueslionnMy a valuable grass for the ajj'nrd tlicai another menu carrying wit Iherjilolite kJla 'l'mu.Surgery The Sacramento Transcrip: say : boJv of Jo'm W. Web>ter, for the murder of '

n'. The ptilirg *"I( out in, quest of the w'gol1.! climati and soi of l Florida, growing well on jioJicy on tJUl subject. in Kew-York-Dr. Carnochan. Lad evening we examined the largest Dr. G. Purkrnan.: -

but with all their hati they were too !at.- light sandy( and withstanding our hottest .However willing Texas may have been, Dr. Molt! now absent on a visit to Europe1, I'ltnp of g"ldV 'believe, ever dug in Caltfor./ This commencement, of ihe approach of .-',

The wa."-'ns bid indeed( arrived at JI tr. but and driest weather, which is sometimesery: and may still be lo aujioseul a portion of her has left behind him many: di-linguis-hed men nia ; it is a mixture of quirtz and gold the} death caused, a movement of the bidy fftbe Tli I -

tha rheitts ( ,): tiillin; th? \a'irible' tir.icles hid trying. It also continues to grow in winter, north wekr let I itury, upon fair, tf'Iila111t' capable of filling the place he has occupied) whole weighing 3S pounds ((360 ounces (tro) ]) prisoner, who-o fact' wns hid from liew.-

t to MI( euibiik-d c., n- diy< before, 01 i a vesselrilled and: has never been afil-cted by any (fro-t we aii'l) honorable, teims, I cannot I'll\"t" I tiil for so many yean, with honour to himselt and From the test nude, it is ascertained lh-it lIe The spring was touched, and, with a fall of V l

: L,? NioiJjf' whu-hliid taij-d for A- h ivc had. This I is the fourth} year it has been us)p.irty. respectable for its or illl.l.lgelct. advantage to the public. During the past winter lump contains about 23 pounds of pure gold.ThU nearly 8 l feet, Ihe murderer ol Dr. Parkmanwas ;

iti'rica. growing on the same piece ground) without will lie found amongst us who would Dr. John Murray Carnochan delivered to mammoth piece was dug from a ravirein : launched into Eternity. lIe died appar. : I ,

You wil't. MirprUedtn learn tliai:, the contriver any renewing, and it is m-re luxuriant thU I le willing to accept[ a proposition so degradingto a select class, a course lectures upon operative the dry diggings, between the Noith, and cn'ly without scarcely a struggle.'

au. eiecnior cfl.i.}. dating lobbeiy i i.. a year than at any previous' time. Affr g.ithering : the character and dignity of the Slate, as surgery. The difficulties at ending this Mid.ile Forks of ihe Ynba river, (the locali n The body) after remaining suspended, for s. .

JOUII: Iii in hut 1 13 >.. rl.ifu e, t llu; tU of I the I as nviny seed as I could, I had the old the "It contained in the bill reported by"' the branch science are )known, and strange to i is known as the Jim Crow diggings) by Mr.Win. half an hour, was taken down and examined ; ;

porter in qu -bIialI. $;>H\M:\ : diys Kinci*, he re. stalks cut oT( on the fust day of July near to Coiiiproiiii Committee of the SenateIn say, no effort has yet been made in this coun. H. Julius, ofNew York city, and .fr. life was found to be extinct, and it was placed ..

Mni' '", II\mt with a placard tied! \ih; the us. 'the ground, nnr iutllrl'c days it h'c grown to relaiion to the title! of Texas the country try to overcome them by practical demonstra John G rives, of Now Oileans. The first of in j.dl j coffip, for transmission to Camt! dqt'."

utl adk-erti.einems, about the usudl railway I tie height: of six inches. It is now in bios to be in and aUo lo tion. Operative surgery is not taught in any these bad been a year in the diggings, and :t .,

pleasure tr.iins, and b) tnuis< of \\lnch the I soni, and I shall: save all the seed I can gel pretended despute of our colleges, and Dr. Carnochan is the first haJ not averaged over S10 per day. Himself BriiiinTikenIn. .

Paris CorknejSHre en.ibl.-d, : to take! a Sunday f until fall. The greatest t difficulty seems to be the other Southern States, the Governor'slanguage < man science in America who has lectured and p'irtner: had taken possession of an old The Bridgeport (Oonneciicui) Farmer of I'$ I

trip to !Dunkuk! lt11'1.! I); .., ani:! catch a in securing the seed in sufficient qmn'ity for is eminently: commendable : upon it to a class of btudents. lie undertook hole which had been worked; auJ desertedby the 27th ult. (the place of reidence of B rnum -1.

plimpse at the lt'a: i Il umiMially, low price. any useful purple: unless! some method can The question of our title we again to give to operations a mathematical certainty ; two negroes. the great curiosity man.) relates the following .

Tlie: ,father and in.,'her of f ihc lid h-td: never !h' devised which I ha e not thought of. Pr ,.: discus, as it can result in no practical wiiot good ; and, availing hirnelfofthie ideas and precise Finding that they could not work to advantage : .

'seen the sea in I their lives. He told them bably set.J in sufficient quantity: might be oJ and indeed! it would be humiliating to do >o, language of geometry, his lucid demonstrationsof without draining the water off they duga An ingenious Swede, in New YOlk. hp. .' .

with much' tenderneM of manner IMI i! h had tamed through our consul 1 at Chili. after feo murh. Ins been I vaM) in reference to it. the most complex articulations, enabled: the trench or canal, and as soon as the water lug in want of funds, resolved lo' try an experiment -

connived, to t-fil-ct some .savin"!1 out ofhis i 1 believe a field once set with Ihi: clover. O Thl argument is edlau I'd." Thosp who I least advanced in anatomy among his pupils disappeared commenced work. They had on Btrnom. accordingly called upon ::. .

weekly w: e MiiiJ! as they were, and] he was i or lucerne-would last for many years ; anc I. naw deny our claim, would continue to do so, to perform operations reputed difficult, and the woikfd several hours, when one of them him, at his office, one morning Ia!t week. 1 '-

Merinine.i! lo devote Ibl'I'tl the a inuieuiui I from my expeiience, would prove as valuable: weie it placed before them in character writ. least practised hand could reach the artery to thought he espied a piece of grid jutting out and exhibited} uppirently. fin** and well-fin- .

f)f bib beloved] paienti i lie I ki.'..ed his i mothei in the e-iuthern portion of the United States as!, ten with a sunbeam. It stands in the icay u be tied. The positive constitution of this! gen. from the earth in the canal which they had ihed little pHinttng. on board ofthe renowned ) I

fervently.and p-jt fio-n 4Ui() to .r!.Uf!) in |jer haul'.I it i is i ia Chili.. 0' the attainment of their; durling; object in re tlenvtn: mind is fircihly exhibited in his rp.1 dug to carry ofTihe water from the main hole.le : Jenny Liii'I. slating at the same time, in j t ""

and eltrt"afetlu'r lit to neglect profiting( by I thank you for the information which you sped 10 slavery, and (to deny it lords( : I he only cent work upon Congenital Dislocation of stooped to examine it, and finding it to behe badly; spoken English, that he was just from :. :

tbl" cheap) and d..higtt1jl; excursions.: Tht\ have given mn of the success which has at. \ pretext which ran be found for avoiding the the Hip Joint." His chief object in practiseis pure metal, he drew f forth his case knife( Stockholm, where he obtained the picture, ',. :,

poor woman, rendered happy in the belief ol I tended : proper culture of the pine lands. near stipulations of the compact under which Texas to disarm surgery of its terrors, and I by the scraped the dirt loose around it, while it con- which he brought with him a! It sort of keep. \,

the fondness, ot! 'her chil-J. ran to )her husband: Mobile.! What is called pine barren in Florida became a member of the Coiifedcmcy. adoption of conspicuously useful modern improvements inued lo grow larger until t the thirty pound sake, in honor of his disiingii: >hcd country woman .,: \ '

and with 'tears in |Iwr, (r"1 ;iuforwd )ititn: ol when improved a little by penning! stock Publicfaith is to l bo Pacnfied at the s'irino' of to avoid its dangers. Dr. Carnoc lump above mentioned rolled out al hN feet.They ; hut, being.in want of mean, he had )".

what had] occurred. !lu'a wonl, II.,'> Iltu.I 01 it, proluces very well and some of thee. I an iiiih.ll'i\ved fanaticism, and in the opinion. han is iu possession of the finest set of Litho. kept the matter a profound merer, concluded lo part wilh the precious article, ( ;
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couple agreed to pr.-fil by their child's uld.leb ry be-t gpecim-ns olsugar I have seen, wore of i i in lh trite in America. These instruments, comprising and started nfffor; Marysvile, where they were and presuming Mr. Barnum would feel desir. ,-:
: 5. me occupying prominent positions I e -
,. all on the 'f.iliuuinx diy (Sun'Ny) ei! raiseJ. on such lands., We have pine lands( council of the country, the ilse! the different Brise Pierres, were invented offrred $10,000 for it, which they refused.They .- o-is obtaining it, he had determined to mik .,. ,

out wit h hundreds" of otheiN! jor UUII\i\, ,, based on clay, which arc considered the best should be made to yield to a mo constitution bid philanthropy and first used, by Ciriale, at the Ilospi- are exhibiting it McKnight's Sutler Hoel. him the first offer. Mr. Barnum inquired if it / : a.

. where' t.ey!. were until I f.\ da>t ago; siJ! ,il cotton lands!: in the state. initiating< ar.d existing only! in the heated tal Necker, in Paris. There Dr. Carnochan at fifty cents per head. Tbe ravine from i was oil painting T and being answered in the I r
the happy, uuconscioijM.ehsof: hat had I You can make use ofthe information which of modern this mammoth taken, is asked he .
\ -cir- imagination* ol f pattizan zealots., Texas catnever witnessed this greatest triumph surgery which lump was affirmative, he eagerly ( price ; to '
L red. The yo.jn m-ii: :. who, no dot! nms' I I have given you in any way you nny think be such influences. She which, by first crushing the stone, in the lothing more than a small brook, running which the modest Swede replied, Only twenty 4
by
hare l leagued w.ih. (,I the,fi1, het to xvoik ot oner, most useful, nnd if it has the effect to introduce will il guided delate the bladder, and then .extracting it through the through a flat ; the ro.tnd rises gently on the -five dollars.' The money was counted "l'. i .
never, herself
;, deposed or the fiii-niiine us abase mentioned. the Chilian clover into the "oltl., and it her xider/wlrt South, eyes her uretha, dispenses with a most painful and often I sUes, and Is covered with a rich coat ofgrasg. and the adventurer, quickly pocketing ir, wer,?t. :
of by giving
for la"f as! KOOII as it was sold, except succeeds as I believe it will, you. wi have absent lo measures Staes o tIe manifestly/ intended lo fatal use of tile knife. In fine, the public It[ was found about two feet below the surface. his wave Mr. Barnum' congratulated himself I
the most 'aluahl.articles, and contr Luted something of great to in lithutomy their home, and I luck in I 'ft ,
r' frnlly embaik.: your strike a at their matt vital interests and are entitled to know that operations The young men are on / way upon h'3: good obtaining a fine and o.rigjnal -
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.ed of the m company with a young:: woman: on board section. she regards bow! tl.t attempt to purchase her fcquiesrence as heretofore performed in New York, by expect to realze; a fortune fiom exhibiting it1 picture ofthe famous Jenny in oil, and ';

farewell Nicolas! LiddinA.no doubt, an eternal I am very respectfully, &c., in so unholy a tcheme, ax an insult! I cutting, need never again be resorted to. A in the States.*' forthwith wAnt to an establishment net H by, in or

to I La n.lP I.'ranei. TUGS. liitowx. offered the and hon sure ,hand, profound anatomical knowledge, purs Ii ola fram. Finding o' e that .u', d" .t,1
to integrity, common sense
To make the afair more ,j-iq-taut, it appears P. S. I have enclosed two papers of the or of her citizens." and instruments exquisite adaption, arc within Very late ''from Te a&. his (anr..r. ihe price of which was fifteen di)!. : .t

that the JJlhfullu'ru of the adventure actual. seed one for the gentleman fir whom you the reach of the sufferer -Home Journa.1. The Message ofthe Governor had been referred Ian, he proceeded to giv directions concerning t' .

Jy J bad the audacity to nn,"sent himself at the have req-iested it, and the other to lie disposed The New Oi leans Picayune remarks : to a committee of both Houses of the it. Bti',* said the man, you don't want S .

Coum\ rcMdence in the Kaubourg" ist I Cermain, of as you may think proper. Perhaps it The sentiments of Gov. undoubted-! Black Lend in New Bmnsicirk.; Within Legislature.! The first resolution reported by so expensive a frame for that thing !1. Why ; 1

and present Iir with a huge bmiquei of fl',ve.m would be well to plant some of the seed as iy the enliments of the n.1" art State. In a mile and a half from this city, near the them was, that Texas would maintain the not,' responded n'\nllm. with a look of sur. 1!;:

the produce oftlp I garden (.r I the Champs soon as .ecch'e and the roiidue next spring. our exchanges we find no signs of al. Falls, a discovery, consisting of black lead, integrity of their territory at all hazards," priso. It is the only oil painting of Jenny ; 4 '
t Iyseet, and, he The frt tf region might be too any li: time since made, which bids t fair to 1'
8 npiessed it, a fldl'JUf' your severe ing in to the rights of was short which was unanimously agreed to. in the country. j-ist purchased it of a Swede, L
innocent emblem of hi* affection fur for the plant when ,young though I bcleve it any quarter 8 'lXa become and valuable staple article of several bills introduced 't(
good and the absolute! of immediately: enforcing a great On the IGih, were direct from Stockholm, fbr twenty.fiire d and confiding patron.1 will stand any frost we have: in the south. duty this Province, r'lIalln gold illlf lf. for the of '
them. The political at Austin-Whig export from into the Senate, to provide raising and design to have it hm-g in a completion !
I an not aware what measure, if any, Judge Berrieu-A and papers in that A company, consisting of six spirited gentlemen troop to take forcible possession of Santa Fe, place! in my ot1i:.. 'Twenty-five dollars !' i

nave been taken for the of the prop. The NewYoik, Strange Development." Ul"IOCrl-arte sI"tpmcnt. waat once organized ; they l leased the which were read twice, and referred to a Joint exclaimed the sules-rnan. Why il's nothini, t I
erty. rt'V\'l'rj Express sass : In from the Government, consisting of a of both HOII "!. One oftheJe
the debates of the Senate tlj reading The Fillmore Pla.tfor ground Select Committee more nor lrfss than an old )lithograph. pnsfpilon ..1' !
upon of three miles in extent, and set thai the Governor be "
authorized
. siipeifices bills provides board and in colors. You
a painted water :
Slave Bill find the A of the New
wo remarks of'Mr. Washington correspondent
Professor Webster.A following II woik to dig. A specimen of this lead call for five thousand volunteer"- .
Uerrien, of Ga. and York Herald : men lo to can buv any, q'JtlltirY'1f ibem for twenSy-fjve! : .7: ;{
' despatch from Boston dated the evening laud. Mr. Pratt said : Prat, of-Alary The platform says restores the old whig dynasty may lH* seen ; it is as pure its if it had been to be organized into( five regiments of one thousand i cent !l' *The Liter bit) !l' shouted Barnum. andsloped. !i4
; the manufactured for u .e, whereas in England l each the companies: : to 1
Lrror exccu: on of tli unfortunate: mon, Now, there is one fact which the Senator ...Ihe old whig hunkers-the old Whig in the aggregate ; The paiiring, as putciiased.fcas'wen, )
II : system whence we obtain our black 1 lead!, t theyld consist of hundred men, an.) to be oifioereJacconUng "
eay from one added to the nhereuni..iues; ? of th Museum. tr-
(Mr. Herrien) has related to m?, which I desire and thuold whig organization, as farad can miners the : t| i
a to the
'The i 70 cent the of the LTnitetlStates
/ laai saJ ;Jtten-iew; between Mm and i is only per \ to regulations
to relate to the Senate. honorable be done.Do I
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his family took place this afiernoon. Tbt other 30 being of foreign substance. The Custom House Value of Coins. ;-
They Senator, as I have understood from him, has away this slavery question' and thewhig inexhaustible.. The army. I law Congress (last" ( i
entered his tl 2 o'ckk, P. M., and supply near the Falls By a passed : May.Tie ; !
cel retoaioed collected upwards of 8300,000: for a citizen of policy will gradually unfold ancient objects .L.I those that thi
. ifi/A trl'rp.-lIo of i
and countries there
tb.fd for several ,. is surface of tho earth for two miles is coatenwith Weep Foreign Coins money .!
known positively; ? but the bLur I h that nt the State of Rhode Island, upon obligations "< / it, and the deeper it is dug the purer is liitle incident touches the heart : in specified, are hi be c&iimiti-tl as follows, tu' : -
both the impression given by citizens Georgia to Rhode Island A high protective tariff. &V. John N. B. News, August A moiher who was in the habit of asking wit : lc
I daughter mother! have idea the quality.- .
an an for Imported into Georgia. An extensivH system of internal impwoment before retired at night, what '
il negroeg her children, they TI f Sweden'ai.d
Jn&t t ISIs {fttt dny upon t11h. 11.NelD _____________ >< p"tle Dollar Norway,
tn.morri Mr. Berrtn. Will the Senator allow me 7 h' they hud: done during :she day lo make. ohtrs at one hundied uJ six re-iiLs* : :

Te exciting.Interiew A and to have been painfully Unquestionably)' the Senator is correct in his The distribution of thn revenue of the public' Yirrk PolitiCl.-Amoll the Whig : happy, found] a young twin Daughter: ilt'flt.-- The Rperrri; Dollar Denniuik": : ut one. 1I'lii;;.* j' t
Washington -
deep mournful of
solemnity per- have stated him land the Slates. candid Ites for Governor' ihe name
t. statement. to that many among The elder one spoke modestly of deed*, and Ire.l and fh'e Ct"nhc.Tht'.ThaI a

;. "aed* eir ererT. melte CtelR Towed nce. yt'ar ago, in the exercise of my professionalduty A liberal system of expenses.A Hunt, the present Comptroller, is men- disposition, founded: on the golden rule, Do 'r ofPunsia and N'orlhcm' Siilt( '.' ,
and ( copiously from the I h3d collected repeal ofthe Sub.'l'rcutsury.i'hie tic,ned ; 'also lion. Win. Duer, a member of '
I' Otthe mother a large amount-something unto others as you would thai they should! do ufCt'nn1IJY.! at Rlfiy-ninc ceu s" -
I.' 2M Id and daughters 8 they look- near the amount he states-in bonds or establishment of a Ilaul the present Congress.For unto Still tho little bright face was The F.urfn of t&o Sovrtherii States'of Gertni- ?
you.
g upon theunhappytherd, husband. The notes which were I in hands citizen general inflation, and a general Mayor of New Yotk there i is likely lobe I j
ofth f my by a .J eplo.lion. buvyeJ, down in silence. The question was ny. al' forty cent. ; 4 ,
21 ken The ondtmed wns al' moist and n- of Rhot Island, and which werp given three or (four cindidate* in the field in lependenlly repeated, and ,ih dear Huh child said, timidly The F'ortn:: ofthrf AiKtrmn; Tuujurt*, and f the ,
lasted
dur Iutriew for se\erl hours, by South Carolina and Georgia.I ..._ %- pner"l bankrupt law. of the Whig and Democra mymi- _'* who bench at ,
- itig the > A lilllrt girl sat by me on a City of .Vngj1)'r'rg, 'fnVfy-righi_ and a ,half cent; .
"t d. The mO agonizing sorrow pre stated that lo the Senator, but I did njt in- But for a yer or two all these thng1'i nations. The working men threaten til run school, had lost a baby hrnlhlJr.lIlh time The I Lita of U ite Lombardo.\enisian King.' ;} -
parting, tOt was sad and mflan. that it should introduced in of Greely au their. cancJjduid.? ; The Lund Re.
r. "oy &nd, seemed t tend 1f here. Il held abeyance account she studied her lesson1he hid !her l face in her d auo". sitcene.nnta..' '
to "itq. ()fh'INitflyit '-, _
ut tme! they would' tudicaff tt it wa! the" Mr. ]Pratt.certainly understood 'the Senator -. locofuco majorities in both houses. If we set. formers will 'lend < helping hand. ,book and cried. 1'felt so sorry IIHllllaitl I nn' 'l'he l franc ol FrancenJ of Iof! iiirn tiJ.t. arVi I 4

evermeetor part in'l life. to state, at the time he told me orcb.fct tie the slavery question' however, the' nextCona'resilonul Some of iht Whig's nr J talking: ; or-Arn1ttn'.e face on the 'Jri"r book and cried J with her.' the Lint', ,)'qftrd'il1) eighteen ceifusix Ui1I.4. -
that be himself wished to bring it to the n i' fill back KingsUnd n a goodu.amiJida'te f whil.th.t looked 'her round j.
,llctjlni pretty Then she up andput arms The, DzcatorNipes.! etgbiv c >ni*. )
Hr Il, \bn find.w lU'1 up tbe iUlhlnce d the of the Senate. At any rate' I I.I.dii not, under mufch ripojr; fhe party timI and oi'partyprincipled.afc era of I thc'lam8-p.ul TVe are ruhWn'.1. t'r .'l after Simcon' I mv n'ecV, bot f do' not know why she sail I TI/V Ouucuf cicily, at tnv dullura_ a rJJoff( ut

L Uf -'i wm trd tbl i contains u stand .iIeSenathr; to request I 1 y defined by Jackson' [ .one Draper. Democr'ais: thmk'ingofMicklc 1itd'iloie: her 10 much"go-ixJ." .. ceiIIf. ,
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'he" dl.ke .im. the other.} and Morn! ag-tiu.
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T : ADDRKSS OP we are almost without hope. I h3veevcrc'pp.C'l thin
- Aojutxitimi, npjirdinjf M ** ihS forbidden fruit.*.}"Myndv'uv bisque*!inn slavery, in tr.e language of the Patriarch Sljc) f1onian meam of
hut baxis settlement I it. subsistence,
J E.C.CABELL, OF FLORIDA, has bttn to ** touch nut, twte nut t, handle nut, of old, Let i here be nu aiiiie Wlweea roe ---..- -. __ _w __ as a nf approved aJesrcd.: Thui chief after cj>:,.f

To Ms Constittects. the uiidean thing." and t lire, ut-lween my fiicitdsand I thy fritmli, for we R. B. HILTON &. C.E. DYKE (Can; ai thing be mure saiie, inJofinile, uncertain and tht-if followers were dmru to

', -- 1 luvcbfcid that it devolrttj upon you taj my whether be bretlneii." ijii+ons AND pnoriuKTons. and nn atUfMCiory? ? Decidedly! What i Uilv; of removal I
op. hlMory affair
The interests of| the lavM q.rMion! ,
JI'E ort RErFF.ciTATIre, you will Fnhmit to 'liM laws, ant fliJopt rcfjiljitorymesiMm y involving; asi under the pr"P.snt .
i I they do, I Jheevc-etce! : of tl-e Union, i> vo bsaa to its details" ft bastsof
tVesLini-ftri.! .4cgvii 2t. *. noii-iitercvui! -fce., within the ConniUt'ton. -- iibiu", pord -approving ov a Whig YdmiiiUtralion ? Lt
ii lhat j t that I the at lead jail) of (?on re,.s r iiiint l.e lincietl Saturday September 14 1850. umnwr the
I Al tli ccfl wf n Inrs-i |* rt';*Ji of my f. lltiwc'liwiiNVv >r gooui nit tin* I'nion. the.My opinion last forI a to mattel of local cmict-in, the c i'a.idcraijo.itthich ot settlement !" We might! ay exactly the I savages, by attrocious murders, krfeiifd
j d.sm'ui: : U.iiou is
; (it f the very remedy -- q///
many i4 f whom I have not Un MitLiinttlin t'ornutI.lk'n ha< ae-ca.tarik|| been doirril. I cannot there- % of the bill and of their claim Gtriwmiranci!
I thr evil of whit-It vvo $*> justly eomplain. It c.iunotbop DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. arne fo might any to under ihr
1 hA% Rifl, wntrni-y tn inv j>riJWM :n? nti"nn tore, tiuvl I the caption* objection ul a certain h l--uJ- arrangementof
allowed n.ystlf to }U% UHKIWIC-JU &i< :i li'lnti I tKN-aMo. nnd t-houM he reported.to only wheiiyou talking m'Aati"an of my State, <.vio >nk = v\JiaVn?# Souhern! opponent ; and yet there are very Col. Wurth. Wn there then fbrei
any
b.vomo for civil hut of n-5n-
m ady war. a stein n<> *
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for nrt1'ftiwimpre**. trrooiirse with! thii.e wlwt iVK-iil: our rijlitn if adopted .'I Mr Cabrll d,>nel far hiCi'nliiienl$ | < :" I latiJInlheP'i > i "rou CONGRESS : few among 'u< who wished the scheme sue.cessful war to rngagi* the troop ofthr Govrrnmenl
It in umiw8>i jy lr me t" oxpr-t-N, in dfl.iil, imntiTwn'i" .> ?
ujwn th} < Tarfoui-i j'II.i% hioh) hm e hi rvtu and p.n.isu-d in, w-oiild. in uiy opinion, not ouly be n i sioii. None nf them have been able to procure' *|K- JffAJ. win* might not adopt precisely the None. What was done-threatened as Florid
JQjINBEAUD.
-oiioih t bltrv: tli-ise who unlerval110 I
: to MI MI greatly: *
fort divib.i1] the two jjront jxilitH--il parti--*. "lliootMntawnUi oiir connexion wiih them mid piwibly greatly con- j cul legi-I.ilioit |for their consiiluentd 'I his; is a r.e- same i. nguige. Is shufiiiitg like this worthy was wiih another indiscriminate
slaughter
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U !! announced. in of the liilraclid nf
rrpf-atoJIy |p.rsn. by t.fl1'tI- ce< :iiy conJKAuoiice] state of IheI
du-ive to tho re-ct-tablishrm-nt of a healthy tone of FOR RPR1IT.tTIVI5 t ROM l.EO.N : of Mr. Caliell of his constituents her
citizens
- l.trn. and' in pthon upiHi the floor of Coupx**. nr l lfvilinfrat I count: I I iv.I worthy worthy ? Why, though our Tolmijccr

_ _ known to you nil. and t-till remain iinthanpi-d. Motfif tic bvm North ficlul, but to would ourrlvt, in any dev event eloping, be whi-our | I have not. however, been urmindful of jour peculiar W. D. Moseley, I Hugh Archer, the position he holds, or bo fill ing the crisis were rejected, we were promised the ,
thfn oM i-u.V bav J It.t thoir inU-n-n, from the maUlyaftly by i.ter&sl. .All the iiecL' 8-rv approariJtinn Dr. F. A. Byrd | D. W. Gwynn. removal
S owi lebourcv1, and! enabling us to reap tho entire bvn- in which he i i' cal'ed ; to act ? tie of the Indians either "
lot he hnd and
- *irt importance proprilv ati.<*litd to the nrrtianal I survey of public < private land claims, upon voluntarily or/broWy.
.' qu11.iuzI. now BsitatinjJ the wintry, tin vvh'u-h I haw fits: of our own agriculture, c.)niiereo, and mineral lor the survey (utile reefs, for hue dij dock and na. aiked his To
$ this scheme this end
I OAVlD S.V.LKER was [position upon the 7ih Regiment
dissolution of \VV aulhoriznl very
to
wvallh) ; j.M-1 vvoul 1. iat U-.vt. by n our {X3- are ann tnkti rciM: JHIOM my ojiiniotm ; niul which MiWfjutiit: txpcrino I i oo.umcrenl dipui.!jVtioe ujion the North prepare inl been provided for in I the civil and diploina'ic bill. % a-i a e.iiatij.nte (fee IV-Nter olI.nnd Ptmhlie to say how he wonM vole-whelher for or n.gainst sonic skeleton companies of Artillery, amount.

** and rrlUvtioa )hnv only eonfirtmil. The* optniin l lot ii final t-opM-ulioit, fhoul 1 such bo riiidt.rn.il iircoMiy *- Our mail lacilities- have been much e.xtonded, perhapsdi'U'jled <, at the election in Octolier next. Julv I If5Kr if. Great anxiety lo know his views ing in all lo 1.451
men.
) and the evils! which Would were mirchrdto
embodied in my late pubJMu-d >jNvh) on tin* arii proper, mitigate I '! : and I lam happy in S3\ that, in this 'the

4 **avrry ]O<* li-riKT Krown, I aUii'l melt .1 niptun- So l knn. ii.a we remain thus ic..aid. lime Pi.t O'lice Department evinces a more : The wends at lr. M. iJ P.\PY aiinouncr him was fell by both! hue friends and opponents ; peninsula, Wilfc them Gen. Tvvr .gi firM tries

nro tny wiitum-ntf.. noxv. I doptiidoiit IIjwsu ii) tIme.i1hi f"r every tli'.ntr: for own liberal teelms, I ban formerly.A as a candidate lor the olfice of Register o' Public and I ilmis is his answer lo the general call forj persuasion. The Chi'fj.Sim Jones
th1 of acrienlinrHl it is and
our ;
irxx-t ooniitioit implements, bill Incur State Bow.
promisingiinmen-vadvantage ,
In the < of tli nimlnn nf tho llmiae, ittxrnme
indnlffrt pr jn tlint X orj* rthri Iliprrxrut.itiviv. of idle tn talk of JiMiuion. S'i Ions! asour ,iiiereLintaand! has pa-si-d I the Senate, and will 1 'oubt not! l t-ctne a Lands. July 0. Jxio. information' lie has spoken-and not a legs, budge Ml feat Positively rnfiuJng t jo

I jplinur; tWk to Northern c.tie to lay in their rupi law. With the amendment, which have been ma tehy
both partiffl, had cotnc \Va-hiil! <> vviih :i fixed in Florida knows what he
; i ___ man menus ; not roluiifttrily, were
they
p'trp-jso ufalUchln.) ; the Wilinot *>ro\h.>to all TVrritorial plit* Sons: a veil those artielo of con.su'iiption. the commit tee on Public Linda of I the I Houso, f this BARBACU J. go compelled to fofor.ciWy .

Crfircruznvntii. Northern) I)4*uukrats openly avowrd which ar* of Kurnp.-an manufacture,must imported bill cid.to the Sla'e all the x'vampauJ oveitiontdIan.Is Oj'I Democratic Uirbaciie will he one is wKer upon I this nll.important point I than ? Was a single company marched agaiuslthem .
given
the of of j by way of New York, wh'lut our own Southern i l5)1 i1** the benefiU uf which will at once tu ge-t
their in
purpose, elegant Irnguazc ont before he to He shows ? .W-is
- them, to *' poke the provim at General: T.nylur" as a j are cictl! and their wh.uvfs dow.-rti-.l, it w vain themselves.Another it Williams' Mill, near Thomas Iiversag: put pen paper. a a single gun fired to in.limidatc .

** punitliine V tin South." fur r-fWii:: tn inAeOcnTfil ;| t'i say th.it wo ere,, contf inflate disunion n< a remedy bill i.iviich! a vat number ofyou are Centreville on the THIRD! SATURDAY! want ofeourage, or candor or honesty, which : urcnnpelltfiern t to emigration ? Pfr.aimion .
in tho J :s>t IVMIIL Such talk will be justly looked up- interested, h s ins-nil I Ihe H 'use of Representative, ,
Cuss PrC,4.leIit. Tliin fwl tn! > S-tntliorii Sj.it>->! in times like lhee is most censurable.! We having !
nw pledged to rcbist nt hu vir-l, ud! to the lust oil bv_ :dl *4hidl.iicoiiii>ltf. Northern tm n laugh h at j and i id now pending !before, :he senate The very IN SKITUMIJER. 'IV citizen generally accomplished nothing. General
every j us. amid will ti.tt believe we are in earnest; in niyiii we :are nnjority by which it pas-od the Hons*., -iive.sms say this in reuding the Addies! *. As we turn Twiggs said to bring about nforeiUe
extremity. are invited. The Whig ctndiinie4: fir tin-! ermgrj.
To w-CTire tb ju l. kt- the eoniition and > lit in it This bill ciakcjj : ill li.-ive tot4.I.'a 1,454, 1
tame lh Union t.tid > actum* of the! Southern State \b cnc'lr adoption. Legislature \\ nn opportunity of :ul nt
Miie 'resc the Conrtitmif, i re tho objects j n-wreM pmiivt anJ .liMm-t to j and jt-vtplo. \Ylitn nations contemplate war, they! j a grant ol lan-lol firm in lo IM acre.projtoiioiiate| dresciag the P' 1'Whig Brown, we gladly confess we are met [by ) men. Was this number granted Jam )
I tonsrvice. all who served in the late war v\itli
my heart and h.tve l-cn llu on l and nun of all myKctionn mak" prop ration. If you really moan to put vournelvii to something tniifh less equivocal. So far from it, the m.>*f effective force
in hostility to the f;Jovvriiuent, yon sliniilj! imi- .Teat 1'iitain, a-ul in th S.-min.de war- under
t'M-tional You JLlI know
4 on i1i.iti'ic me tobe tate their t'vitnin'V. Hotil: flion of your (;Soverntii'iit The liberal d.nji''sitlon| exhibited in erud to donntiotH Barbacue. his command, the 7lh Infantry, is marched
a firm nnd do> iJJ Whi$ T but then* an* tinun Mr. Fillmore and the Indiana. off
aid inom t.Ctioii There will l lt. Darbaciif Tnesda
hluul'l IK ni-t'\l. I le1're resort t., retnej : mi land to'he States i ol a Whig on
-
when we gliou'd |o* fi\'A; \ <>f party dittatiai., Siuhin you The taken I to St. Louis, anti i is now 011 its
to
!'e position Heard in 1i. Sania
cotfjda.nlitolne
dies beyond the Constitution. let exhaust the railroad, authorizes ire to exnre! by Major ; way
j us rome- iit'xt the 17ih inst. the .Miccasukie
time I con-i.ler the at or near
l t'.i iIlriziztnet ,
a pn-fcei-t. Jlj -t }
dwviliin: ii ; Jot us try o>irvin 4 before we seek to j lhat the railroad bill, in winch ;Ihe ri'izoni of half of I ihe removal of t the I Indians, has brought I I'K An implied invitation is thin given
Iw
ti Suit, to wcii'tii, and to th* Uiii ti Il.lvrthe !
my any HWIIf wt-f.iiisot fiub.i't: to the iImoonvent which Pen'acoli are special Iv inteiested ai.d which failed Camp (I round, fir dix-msion. ,Vo. We
COTMitul ; my last i* tii iny party. l l'.r tlukrr tessni'.n ofeoninierulnl: zee List? Con-iieMbv a veiy small vote, will pass even at down upon hin: quite a tirade from the Sentinel.Gov. the savages to continue their blightipg: pre.
a iiitore with the Northern there
will of
.iur
> hope a general turn out the
it.t wnli -
asons I rtfuW to c i-t-pLi my j pany in t l looting peoVe
'ai't.
St tites will subject us to, vvlien ourpiiitsarej the pres-rnt n Moseley last summer scarce1received euce in our State during their good pleasure? f
tie Ilu
of
to presi-U over e 1th.r.sea.1tivt.s, a I.itfrallv. no1 hins! has born done for private claim ll('.
Keiitlemon for u-hoin I entertained tit.! j I OJH-II t-i nil th world Ix-ii.lffi, rest assured we will ii.itt I But' why need vv be ?
highest icpect, t te able rndnre) ant s hy this Congress.' 1 have found it exccedinglvdiJitiit waOzF -- more censure from Gov. Brown for his course e surprised Florida is
to even in defon- elf c-ur j jiwt rights,
and one cminwitly <]utl.5cd fr the JUtilUft1flM olfioI'nier -. to have blka led to inditre committees to make reports So in defence of the frontier threatened the I a slave State ; and all the sympathies
the circuinhtanoc-s atu wling his iinnaion. 1 1hi'ieved our p-nts by Northern navies, and much are mind mombf-rs enirnm, ed by Mie h-oib' \ have received the Eulogy 0:1: Gen. by the

his talt-etion would t be U-trinn..Ja! to the inter- '.! C'4i importance: o.
tilts of my Fec-Uonof the t'nion. an.l rrfud to vov that cl.iims even have a healing before I and the
for him. I am satisfi-J that the Mnnd takt-n in thi* 9U'5tiaIs] !i ail otht-i! > rink into utter in i nificanee ; and j the House.piivate Not one can, even ol line oidmnamy general :yist Aupust. \\illi n request that it !hie published umns of Gov. Brown's organ, for the stand I negro, against the white and lie mulatto.

m\tfr by iiiymJf anti l thine S>.>u tin m \V hiys whoaotcdvhli aili'! uili; j it| i is *>ijilent that the politieal party with apprcpiiation; bill* necessary to carrv on the operation in our ci-Ininin. Owingtam? siclnp( in which he has: taken! in l'chalfoftlmejr removal Has not this choice fratemiiy (with
i -vliieh I act i i. dcvide>ily in the i c<*iiiiant in our State, I
me, Lw been eminently -mhYal M the) eatiKe of of has: been fi.ia'K arti-don. The whom Fillmore
Southern rights and with that Win I -anti.>t ivrrtth. i! I hoiirtily rvjoioed at the t-\pre -ioii; of a h; p. ttrtnuj hill making goveminent appri>pri3tioM* to defray the expenses of our office, we fear we slull! not I I.e :ibt. lo Well: Gov. Mo eU'y survived the sneers and goes for the immediate atali.

- l e tlw conhfjut-n-.t to myself what tht-v nay.AVfch .- j of ou-ly riorija urcvd would by the. torl Dein"raiie press.and! unite that unStiuthtrum the people I IheFloiila, v..luticer-la t fall, with olh rs, in \\bach I comply uilli I llie request of I we Coriimiilfe having ridicule of ihe one, anal we suppose that Major i lion of slavery in the District of Columbia.)

the same object. I\vaimly hocat...l t'lie.ivonibllcij p.iHv, of interested, 's "> the calendar. Rut
a <
many vou an | ever opposed the war the
f time for Berud will be : the against Seminolex
matter the no quite destroyed by
n. : chargtt > present.1'til .--- con- ,
): of the Ginxciitioa nvently held a' Na !mlo.! thee bills cannot he.taken up anut of their crder.-

I belief ed th.it the irnp-ifirmfcj'eelafu'dolejat s fnmi It was my desire to vvitlnliaw from public life, but Individuals, all over the Union, are -uiTeriiig likevouraelv.s. as soon as llif election hall lie over, now templiblc: scurrility of I the other. j and with the Wh leader, General Ilupkins,
State i'4 the i 1'nion srt iitlinon of both partis in every noci'iou. 'urtccn e-rtiiit-ellin tottler"zept'eting Indeed delay the
in
:
stigmatised with
j : our people the
ithe of the threeeeU4ofl'llie will The editor; (or some one fir him.) has charge of di .
a conunon dans, threatening tln-ir enminan urged nio name cause! for whk-h 1 amioady administra'ion! of iustire to ;'m iva'e rilizi-ns, bv Con- I some Mil'iy: { nppear, I ?

intents, could not fail to nrrif-t tiit- .tVniion *>f .to p *iil lIfe and all I Jio'-l dear, not to ala, .so. It !I zt es; amottrt, tam a posi..va ;ilalofjiisfire. .'t |runei1- as also several other tnatteis defcrrred fiuiiitlie j drawn, we suppose; from Spragne's history the siring hostilities fir the s sake of gun ? Fill.i .

the uhole couurv: : tliatthrnu h th Tii ntt' K e.- "3m! r *pr t-iit .d tlmt while some, t-hiifly of my p lU-: j far this rrviu-j evil: i pr.npa.ed bv the creation of a I II i more i% but yielding to the
reiterated i.f lh* Government prej-wlices of th,
U c.il friend-, doubted tli" iJis.rr-tion of of same cause. i pledges to ;transport
C'-ntrated the public m-ntim-nt of ti! Souili. win-re? SOUKpnitii mytviuiTe. | P.OJU ci! nf L'OiItfltni1i.i-! sit in, t the citj ot Wssliingt ,-

love of I'nion. under tfu Comttitutton, is a |Uf-8i
aaJ that can and fandii* o'r I'-on. an 1 l more jvirtioul.ii in the I)inoeratic pirty. np'on all lims azain.-l the Governinei t. I Mr. Cabell's Address. State
a (
ttatinn.1
1 \aio>:i> j private these pledges the fruits of his j oujiht not to complain! and should the
jmpliilneil] of, awl a dicpa.-Monai" Hpjw-al fnmi the No Metionul it->u-s wire therefore to be apprehended 1 have warmlv advocated this pn&po .itionaid, Mich, a (: \Vhigs and lemoerat express but one o- profound research

)patriot* of the South to the patriot* of the! North, would Cileuit! to divide onr people if my name wore prepented ( bill ha* been o.-mtnondMl bv time appropriate, Cain \v I thmiiked: i sdf-compluceuey! before j herselldeterminz. t ti> remove her crnel foe, she\
to yon as a oandiilate. 1 bflie\e l, with mitlee and will I become a law. Tin* duly of !i pinion of f i the .dIr.'u! we i llii< iay! puLii! !i from !
,
prevent the consummation of mraMiro ]eadn: to a my hope ihe public. That is all well enough amid may deem herself! fortun not to call down
disunion, prcen-e tlie honor and right of the S iuh! j I com-Fpunlt-nt*. that tho pn>fetions so frequently made fonsriessln msko >< me surh pi(>vijion: for the relief'[ .I r. Cabell, and t th-it i i. i lhat it is eminently we

find bring back p aee .ind go-jd w 31 to our eomtn I wire t-iitcvie, and not nun hpyoeritieal cant ; and ol claimants, s'ljjists' iNclf so stronsiv to the ene |' hope :t-! Fiilmore will feel the force of these i! upon her his nrfith, and fiiJ him fighting with

c-wntry. I knew that in advocnt'iiy; tt! > O,nv jtion I Iwould vvh"n cortain gentJemon talked sj loudly of the desire: j of jiHlice of iv\ry mtu t that I rannot d'ubt i s adoption i ctuIiIiin anil eminently minim ronrnittal.! It t* 1 But what ihe reader ask has the Seminoles agaii: ,t her, as he has deter.

be charged with hcng a u1iuniiiit. I>utot, >niVJou to ''unite! riu-ii of the South for the sake of the South,'' so oon a -ii'ijicls of urgent public intrrr I| clearly intended to be all thing? to all men in pledges. may mined: to d ii, with the lritltttos. Indian, and

<'f the rectitude of tny intention'', I pursurj the I di.l not Fnpjvi-se they meant union for tho Kike ofoTtt'n shall have born disiocd| < t". I inii'-f c ave the j inlulren.e j order all this to 'd.i with Major Beard ? Is he responsible half breeds of Mexico
and
| lo win Volos : we must conf.'ss ngain Texas ? lie
I au
dictated bes lcad i> < the I K-mooratie jwrty. I was told of I h.se r.f mv follow-citi/.ous who haw < I
_ ..I ccurse mynclf to be by in3anrvd my : 1-y juinui.paltry p-rtamal J coullnotnjfl'er pon- I that an opportunity to tost their wncenty, of which I claims before Coigiei-*in-led tan flue. I have done ndmirnbe! thing ot! it> kiml it is 1 I'ight heari ; for the doings or mi-doings of Jackson j| can set up fu ly ago.. d a claim in behalf of

itaJnn. 1 had a duty t<> m\ Stat.- r.ti.l, to the ('n- there w.-w nan d.iit, ofiuld lx aljlir.lod! in'inv |*o*>nii. all in my pow -rto have jnIice| done ihrn, but rnv doubt and Van Buren' Administration;, during j> Sam Jones and any Ab >Iiiii>,nNis w ho may join
;.$ to 'id lok I'd that Reluctantly, mid $>r the s.ikeof efts ting what I Ideeine ,- effor's have b.-en defeated by the circumstance I i lily, \\e. nut, i<> .Mr. C. chuckling iu him.tu the Smith; of Florida he IMJ.
I n perform n t I tru't I Irvr which }KH wan not a citizen of the State ? We j jdo as can in
$ *hH.fc" l I.n tie a.'tion devolve ; dimonsious anioni oursohi, I <-oriM-nt *
) upon in-- My ntaix>no for has bamboozled the of and their Abolition
Florida how
myC'xirBe ; people asv ciatc? tu the North ofTexas.
heretofore i didato Inn re-f-lt-etKin, with-mt thu intervention of a gaj ct I i ,
givui. were concluvjvr to wiih
own mately ; Major Beard who
j acquainted
my Hut I I frifii'l- shall in a fw ilnji ;addreb a mumiiication to one !I I he hu I .
mind, and I now record it as a f r'.it inihfortuue that jitirtyeanr'i* rn niy % ere ini-t ken.j adioiily s set a t trap to catch the friends
alt the Southern State* were n-n fully for j No twmor w > it known, that I would probably !lie a of the newlnalnrs| clout State to which I beg to refer does not kn.iw thai he has ever been ardently [
repivsontcd ; i of the Na hville Convention the side
I am perfectly nati 1icd that ;'i'ci of the Kolemnity of j, caiididat! *. than tTie*.e 'a ry men who) had H> loudly von. on [one opposed to the continuance: of the in i iI letters to Washino-ton-Gea. B. Hopkiai.
7' This ddr ban been, I fear, ton mt ch savages
r.m'o.i d-nir ( already and its the other !
the
a fortrniinaiiKmtrS.iiith'rnmcn. whoI
the movement wae n<>ce sarny I >'.t, by lh want ofd h1.! ; ; opponents; on supporters i iof' It
I hasten to clo-n Peimit lo mid-l. Should Gen. was generally believed last fall! that the
I had] l-iuillv approved .'taite the protracted a me say |I I our not Call and Gov.
from State. my <> iriM during I
iteti Still proiopt
e everjSnithorn it !h-n
earh the Compromise, of Cla\ and lhfbe !
in, roncln-iou! thai the dulits of a Rspr..intativc? 'I bitterly
aided the re-actionary movement of the North in favor | < 'OUST'-**. Ji' j'inj ?"ftkeadvsntageimfaaIitrercc Brown, both of whom we believe, were c nnecled : Administration was iuditccd' to pursue t the!>
of : l latW.eI fran the State of Florid ire ti"rc onfr.-i\ithan I I imane it.I
of .
fri lo
Southern rihs. opnion K>ine my p"lijonl -nd*> am.1: opposed
I the of the! \asluill 4.1 any, other mnr.licr of Conur'S" He i j.& the sole l | with the operations against the course which it adaipted j in rejecting our vol.
niyfJvKujii.il Bu'iji-el Coiivoiitinnj savages
Though the time to f'on ross hiace the '
His
embixli in hL
Iafi
eoinrnnjicrment -
LL t Of f a new Scat with a va f b' dv at! !| opitiiutm ? speech.
Reprpsontative
of the frenion, has Ln alniorteeJusi'ly devotM -j s'i.l I my vot- fur Spcak.T, sa.aIu1.i.1y *et theinr<&>1v<*H to j under Jackson or Van Buren, and both of.i tinteert Irom 'be servicf and pay rat'ibe Gen.
tvirk and, have unsold atd -nrvi-vcd j 'ihlie land, with a avv vaid i add his letter (lov. Brown *'
fiiv-N-.IH j ia lii5enlimeni
f-innin into to j
to thla "a : a f.eblcrtain [ are -
been done.all-absorbing juoMJon. notittig lu t yet, ** th'* decaying I'tnbrof juirty strife. and I two fi>rtifalion: iti jrooc- ccnstrurtinn ; and i whom were then Democrats, ought not these, eral Government, partly, at least, by letters/
havinz ruenlly emerijcd from a *>r 'tractrrt Uiterndl note. Stick a pin there. Iu his j ji fiom in Florida. This
Revived not haatily ti neoq or rejot nny of the At a Convention, irmitly )hold al I the Sr.vannee ti ol demand i now leading Whigs to be held answerable, i Whigs paper at lint
war, giving -e to a uitiplici'y upon letter 4i
to (Jov. I U.) he said submission
numerous plans proposed to adjust thi tari
of controver j' b<>tween th- North and tli* South, me for I lie next Centre** a most vvoithy gentleman, nece-sarily: unhrttwa, |to, i ii richly rejnulliy: the partial now I threatened. vjouM l-e dtgra'J

I determined to wateh nnd nai*," t,, >Hiiit.o!! <- n to vvliotn I l'.u8t l tie itcmiittfd tJ express mv surprise favor of his coi.si ilii?nt 1 have, tolrn* h*>lnf lion." Th.it looks like don't i I Brown one of the Democrats who, iti those j jI terms :

fully the provisions of each bill, and to adopt that lino that herould, at ciisis.iike: the prc eni, .vli-n all rnv ability, endeavored taiihfully lo discharge tnj j fight, it 1 I davs," were forced to chase a flying President Rumor said s rne w* i'k? since, tint Car,

(policy beet calculated to promote the en.U \\hiehmght ;ind men so much deplore party ti lie mand agilation! '\ Imale duty lo von. Shiild yon dfCT. nt wort hv to j Aaiu it is (he purpose of (hose inimical lou Brown had wrilieu to Washington triiismit-
be attained law permitted liitn elt to be mnleiho in lrumf'. and did he not com back lo Florida
ccttlement ,
to t
by a ; fr a wtUf"- be rotitinu-d i nVf.ur rep-">nt.ilive, I shall feel nndti j his "
in dif
he. to admit sufficient number of ting "n> to Indian
a ir regard our
says
men; ootnisU-ut with honor, I nl ardently do-n\ 01 deaangiies, (I sjy it with all respect,) whose increa etl obii.t lion todrvfileev rv larul-y aif niv naj j with a "flea in his ear and his finger in his
and will advocate, whatever may be its p cufinr baci : hiitucst ainbitiun never snaicd beyond a miserable I;*r2 to the promotion ol sour interest?; and with non-slavelicl'jing S'ae! < into: the Union to enable ficuliies and various milters in relation ibere-

A better man, a purer patriot a more Jrot, it camel fail lo be in them amend the Constitution mouth ?" And does his Whiggery date back to. We wish to inquire whether such is the
to lo
of his country, never lived, than th late Prcwd nt of t-vei, U l a Congress in winch the the United State. With the rtnJ !)f>m' rra: is lost sight of, and ( he South is found j to Congress the right t to abolish [
u.os.t 1tflulM intr -! t I time is rrq>iiied toll-am even I he f>.rmi of( legolilion. give slavery j Taylor, or any member of his cabinet, or tiany
l.*jVed for the mode adjustment to be bv lutllin: tiijjrlh, aiid iu an ctnerseiiry when they [ I famous occasion ?
)roprecI
him. But hie scheme did pincUitn I ilut di>u.iion is the! oi.y: remetiy, jet *ee'lor even in the Mates. Then surely .Mr. Cab"S! one in Washington, with the purpose of
would l.aved
notm.ctwjjl my, approval. I have hznroti. until' recently, thai I j Both Jackson and Van Buren, \vitu the distinguished -
and I could not give it my -'jpport I hofor muh llifii I (>v\n felti-'li'; purpose I la drj\v p.uty; lines the n *ces tiof thin hong communication. I earn- j will resi.rtlle, admission: California, as her influencing or iiiformiii Gen. Tavlor or his

,, I from the bill reported in the Senate, knouu so, Clay'soornpromliie. iT'e more : ?t a time, las,, when, if their declaratiori I esllyde-ired to meet you face lo Jarc.and \\ntalkicith j admission will aid the alWiiiotmts Generals in command under them, cabinet, his fiexs in relation lo these nutters.If .

'; With the provision* of thif b.l;.! you are -. are sinror, they will not be represented in the von aVT which I have written j great'y ill strove anxiously and faithfully, (sparing neither yea, what did he write ?

_ &D familiar. To norae of it* details I was dAiddly Conre for which they nominate a candidate, for This pleasure, hever, I cannot enjoy. There i ij j curbing out their purposes. Hut he adds he "
What did he advNe what did he
<
thoy will di 0lve lime Ui-ion and break ui; the Con. men nor ,) to ou' the pledges stigat,
opponftd, but SH a 6am of tetlltmcnt I appnntvl it. no prospect that Con rrss will adjoum before the does think money carry
fauaticim. unless
not
and antiouiijy hoped it would be HO ruodifK! ;IK to justify urpWhat a cori.ir.pnl the conduct of these first of October ; and re. arrl for your interest lot bids ( at once arrested of the ( avermmmneat. At rate when it Is what did lit s say ? i'ho pp Dp'e have a right

the support of all who were an vioui>M adjust the*.- gentlemen is npn< 'heir o\\n Ion ]'loiiiied uerlama- m<. lo abirdon ir.y seat at such a time as this. To will aw tit to amend the Constitution, any to know. He was violently opposed to (Jor.Mosely's .

dirtrnctJns juestion on fair and honorable tcnns.Th .- I jams in tav-ir de-ire iaf''t: nernrigh'the I low e.i inrere muith your hand* I commit mvsi-lf. To those who $Iij.kmy remarking: that .Mr. Adams used to : there remembered that Generals Clinch, Call, Scott, ci'irse in calling out volunteers for
their to 'ee e agitatinc siy
fjtioslioris setiledvvber. -
>iie mo>3iocatkmfi, I think could have Ixrn made. conduct merits appn-hation I appeal to see that Tolor. eminent all after of
lieu of t the .aeni ( Whigs were, one iho protection our citizens. DiiJ he not so
mai .f nimnhI ions
had it nut l bCCn for unfortunate diiT.Tejie; n of :ipni"namonff ; in ng of advantage he not taken of my ab.enre in the public | are twenty clause! *, iu tint Constitution by virtue
war, and the marslullinzol armies, whirh,, from therHjIOhla hit another, employed with forces outnumbering express himself in writing fo Washington ?-
service. Past I
Southern men. "IVm bill, hov, wan, at experience shown that t may ey- [ of which Conirref nnvaboli slavery in
$ ant! thoin would be ; i
some a'lionz supposed; to slander and mi< entati from some of flY 7 If so, was not the tendency of his sentimt-nis,
lart, defeated after( a d'cumion of n&ira1 month peel reprp ii those of Twiggs four or five fold!, the Sentinel
; tneir
A bill for the admis/wi California into the tj1.ym, occupy their mind, whole enerijies are diiec- parli/an opponent. I have only to wk that you j the States." Speaking ot'passilig a law directly towards preventing Gen. Taylor (froramu'ering
ted t' the election of a Drtn cr and another for the settlement ot'the boundary of Texas Ciingrtrt I do not poak lh u because I tear irrcivv with innny enin allowance, 'r.riJ in- degrading to our seetinn." he sass to lov. CM propriety ciiminaling the volunteers! into the service of
and others for Territorial oppoMitinii I con two ; Oovcrnment in ministering censure. Tyler's [ "
the United Stales !
isonl
for it (he who
worthy st-ivant fears
Utah and New Meiico have the > honor ofepresenting the State of Florid, i* "In such event, the Union will and stiofLUBE
pnssf-d Senate. I to have l.k conduct examined, and I lam not conscious and (he ef hos ilities
suspension by
one of which I feel jullv proud Your past favors We that and
in thin addretw see a most objections
cannot strang"
give my opinion of each of of having done any (hint ; lo tender me less isoLVKD. Again said he in (he same
these important bilfc in debut. When the house of dd-ervii of the favor of frilow-cilizens than have endeared and bound me fo you by tie which Worth, all we have to say is that John Tyler hie letter addressed 5 1319 B/
is called my nature alone can sever. Ye! I asl k yr u to add lo the letter, Upon time consummation of ofivnshe September ,
fleprcemitativn op'm to act, my votes will beg'.u do I d"ii' the
heretofore. Nor result of the next j ohlijilions I am already under. 1 rentes feel an was a Whig, and so was Colonel Worth ; and Gen. to the War has
in accordKiK-e with the Hopkins Departrn-nt,
o?.niotin a'ow4.J in my election. That I shall be Iriumplunlly sustained measures, the Southern States, true to their
published epeeches and K-tUTF. I can only here I have the most confidence j interest in the anuroacbing flection I have never the Whigs who elected Tyler mu't be responsible hc light in the Jacksonville Ncr:.
xay by viii, perfect but I Ihrjartily known befo-e. The position I have taken, the devotion solemn! pledges should act and not talk." just seen
that I tranf a MrrrLE tvT, I want peace, juitt, and deprecate tgualblc at such his deeds and fur the deeds of
party a period fur Whig
I have manifested in of Southern
(he The author oft\ is candidate -
cause to
now
repose for my country. I earfteKtly dettire to get mid in the rmlrry of the Southern Stales. In his speech, the sentiments" of which -a rfprcs"tit

of the agitation of the tlavcry qucfctkm, which too But I have a right to complain that many of mv friendu risht, ,have lo pronounce induced many ne "extreme, some even and of vltra'my own* I he wow" entertains, Mr. Cabell said! : officers to whom he committed the Florida St. John's and Putnam Counties ia the

many are rmenting for et-lfuih purpose To effect! opponents have tttoopcd lo the busiest slander and have been told enemies the South, waBut Whig or Democrat there is one
thin object, I am willing to sacrifice every thins but misrepresentation. An obscure paper railed the that I do not tauntingly Southern hy enlimcnt.and will But, sir, I care not whether Congress has Legislature: :

the honor of the South. Believing) the-kim of Texa* "Ancient City," published i in St. Angusline, contains? be repudiated represent by my constituents. I do not believe the constitutional power or not. to exclude us thing TIer never did, nor Jackson, nor Van Jam sorry ta say it, I believe many ci'i-

good, u against our Government, to all the country many ait icier? of this kind. In a late number of that I if. Your failure to re-elect me to a position in which from our common territory. The exercise of Buren. Tyler never withdrew from Florida zens of this State are anxinus ve should hare
now in dispute I cannot oonnent to deprive her of ; a crave charge" in made in these
portion of it, and, to rote to cede away ulave territory Any, "paper Had this gentleman laid aside party zeal, and word patriofiealy -: I have defended" with perhaps more zeal than hailed discretion that power is against right and justice, and I the troops charged with the removal of the a war with the Indians simply for pecvlati '

till I know whether or not the Wilinot pp>vi o itn to be leci-l-iled for hUccuiUry. the two sears ag.itaticnti with joy, by your those constitutional who would rights, will those be rishl shall resist it as strongly as though it teas Indians.ybr the purpose ofjigh'ing the battles The vise policy of the War Department w

applied to it Nor can I tsolmcnt to add to the free in and out Conjrre-N-on the application of I would not thus give aid and trample comfort"on tour foes.I palpably and admittedly unconstitutional. 1 Free Soil the Texans excluding them from employment will bar *
of against !
oil influence iu Con rew by voting for the adTnls' the Wilroof proti-ra to the Territories would not would not produce the impression that Southern will resist such a lair, or the abolition nf slavery great tendency to aid any efforts in resistinjremoving

rion of California, till the there settlement of the territorial branded have occtnred.traitor." II To(his Sc (me I his. "I deverve to be" men will not staid by t ttaoe who stand by the in the District of Columbia, or the dare In regard lo Mr. Polk, we appeal to the ( 7)) The nation, should I be sent them?.
qnwtions! even were no other objections as prove grave charge, "
Soulh. Under the Circumstances in which I come trade between the States in the States whatever candid to whether the dispute and war with ) If service should be the Depa''**
say
to her ftdnVMMon with hex present Constitution and the editor proceeds to give the vole on (lie Senate before you, it will be peculiarly gratifv hog lo be en- or my required

limiu; but I will irteadlasj/] oppose ml measArcf, nin lyor bill known as "Clavton'rJ comprnmr," vd concludes dortrdby a dtcMtd erjvrttion of your approbation; snay be the decision of the Supreme Court, Mexico, which engaged his attention throughout cnent will judge whether I require a strong escort -

colleetively, which deprive u* of our just right to by savintr, who can doubt that bad Mr. and of.this I do not! peimit myself to doubt. as lo the povcrs of Congress. Laws so fatally nearly the whole of his Administration or not. Ten or twenty men, (such as *
Cabell with his Soatl'ern Whiz brethren frt are
the enjoyment of our common acquisition gone Your fellow-citizen, and obedient ner'van unjust and oppressive, should not be submitted would select) would be sufficient. Ifthe! "*-
These bills, will, in all probability, pass the House of t the Senate bill.1 bat Tet ritormal Governments without E. C. CABELL.TeejrnpFiieJnkligepe.mporijta. not some excuse for any negligence on hi?
Representative with but little modification, during its the proviso weald have, been enacted for all those to, iclialecer power may be conceded to Con- partmenl requires my services I wwiW! "

prwient ftowrion. CdJeclirtfly) thct are but "the Wm- Terfitsrics, and thereby our country gavc-J from civ.ii gress. You, gentlemen of the North, would part ? The Indians remaining peaceable, was pleased to hear from it. and can bercaoj"

promise bill," which wan reported te tire Serae by itS war, which now threatens it." A paper, pome- the Georgia resist under similar circumstances." it to be expected that, under such circumstances the earliest notice to penetrate the natwn.Wiih .
what more notorious, printed A Jacksonville, has Ttlegraph,
Committee of Thirteen and uhen they islull have repeatedly -
;
received the sanction of the President of the United made the iblinct) charge that I voted lo ClfARLESfo.V Again Iii the same speech : he would disturb time arrangements made high- Respect,

tatetn, the contingency will have arisen in which I urn lay compromise bill on the table." IsVw, with Sept. 8. I repeat, sir, I have no fears but that the hy his Whig predecessor, Tyler, through a B.HOPKINS.
informed that have out (?topping to speak of Ihe meiiU: of Ihe billI will The Texas Boundary Bill was reconsider I We forbear
some among you declared them- South maintain its and any comments upon so grO9
can independence
it that I sustain Whig officer, Col. Worth ? But did the Democrats
that not trve voted
it
immediate only nay i* lo lay on ed -
distortion 131 Third
wvc ready for au of the Union. on Thursday, ayes 75. doubt
nays itself in struggle which result libel the citizens of the Stale. We
the table. The recoid thews list I voted on the any may upon
1 have rtrivcn and ever fail lo Democratic Administrations
An Reprenejitative, will rtrivety of bill
reading refused
urge
your again 67. noes upon
rm.tifin tol.iyon ihelaMe.und on the only other vote ayes I from this or other cause." "Imusl flopkit4
means in power, to secure fight to any not the people, who e suflrages Gen
every my your 107. Another motion for the
taken on fnir bill whh the *>epre however that I far far
the enjoyment of our rritorial w.scions and o repeat, am very tbCY
S and the cf the then made. is asking, will show the sense inwhich-
'ulh Carolina, great body Southern Speaker decided motion lo reconsider Let Gov. Brown's
comtwo the difficulties threatening the Union. ) arw from desiring a sej>aration. My only purpose trip to Canada answer.-
wedded of adiuKtmeut fchall) delegation. The rdilMK of tlu-fe papers Antto these out of oider.decision appealed from- regard these imputations. What tee Ui
to
ut
no particular pfau ,
is to show that not dependent Let Gov.
-- facts, andfyef they willfully faltifylhe recofal.I ire are so entirely Moseley's urgent appeals to Mr.
anIojt the most practicaWc which does not infminge our House adjourned without taking a vole on lime do is lo call other litter of'ihe same sortWe -
\ will not waste time by undertaking lo defend on the Federal Government, as tn SUBMIT Polk be for T
and other forward in their
honor and our rights. Should I repr *entinj haul OlI. brought as testimony

SouU.iru &tal fail to c-ffurt our object, my duty mi.ehfagainnt(/utterly unttue nch lhat charges I have made ronttibuted by such to menIt defeat to lie famous propositions to dishonor heh aif. do not doubt that others were wrttf

will b.abeen dicliarged by Buch constitutional re*>in- any rne.isnie of satisfactory adjustment of the slavery and degrade us. If we do lamely snhrplt lo We do not doubt that they were writtt fi01)

lance its I may make in ny nprencntnti capjoity.Nexer question. Other charges are made in editorial and 'f'ocimi li.spvzcjVAsliJGTOr what i is proposed, my friend from North Carolina The Sentinel presumes greatly upon the other portions of the Slate limn East florit.

either M rcprem; nuiJive or canJklat, will 1 as. communication in lhe c two little newspapers, Sept. 8.The [iMr. CurvMiAX.] says- we deserve to be stupidity of the people when it attempts lo bet
lame time awful' n |ionMbility of recommending to you which are equally unvvoilhy of credence, and in fields Tallahassee is rumored to have furnw '
slaves. I
frill whipped through our by our make them believe that previous Administrations
dinNlution for
a dilution oftLc Tni'in. That uiivt be admission of California as a
cases they are as as thy are reckleMand
-t ffjcted elsewhere than in the hall of Cdgpc, ; and many fali-e. Faltiu in impudent'uno fal v* in vtnnibu J Slate, with the Hill organizing the Territory think, sir, we sha'l' merit the deeper disgrace were not less culpable than the present quota. Will no friend in* Washing"elsewhere .411|

] whether or not the mciuairm. fui$ hastening o tlutirmincuintnation shall lake no further notice of then. of Utah alluehed, passed I lie Home yesterday of being kicked, at ex-cry corner of the slreeis, furnish us with r'copier
that all fall under the
leave you no alu rnative but renort t* You know rne, fellow-citizen- perhaps of dUuuion and
4 f thw lai t oitil war, it i is for you to deUitniue. The poiihibil- ihewpaprra. I am told lhat not one ol llieaewiuld- eating to our citizens.
kicked out of the Union. to the comprehension of the
ity r<*U not UIsPII me, as}our Rqircfieiitativc, tofl"tXt be K-Muiian Southern rights i in' by birth a Southern 7 open most
or reeoimneiid a *%eF2tIC of connexion With the All of which it sufficiently bnld and Previous r Ot
your mm Far be it lioui me lo ekpreis doubts ol goes ignorant. Administrations brought in California.-A late nun
4 Federal ttoverument and I do not hesitate to confess Yesterday the Texas bounday Bill in Slavery
their devotion of that ol other cili/.ens of conjunc -
or adopted IooWiF4dS
thai in view utah the ctili. whkh mu>t follow either the South to Sonlhiru' intirei.Is. I will admit they I inn witfi the New Mexico Terriloriul Bill quile at far as anything we hate seen from both persuasion nndyiwce-persuasion first, the Federal Union contains the !

nvi tanoo or tubmWion, I shrink from a poiu-ibilitj arc as true tu the South as I am. lint when men passed the House, ayes, one hundred mind [ Major Beard, or heard from- the most ultra and when that failed,fitrce--to bear upon the in regard lo the employmfiul and profil1"ness

which my potvitim ics not devolve upon me. I did like them falsely rlurge me and tlher native-born of slave labor in California; ; :
not transcend my duties in warning you of tho dangcru Southern men and siv, JwWeis with want ol fidelity eight, nays ,ilnet .aere. To day ihi Californift | Democrat. And all ilm being emphatically enemy. In the year 1936, we find in the A friend from Newton County n "*

k which menaced you, in advising you to meet and consult |to our section, they must ex peel lo U rebuked. I and Utah Terrirurhd? Hills passed, first reiterated at exprca>ivo of his present "centi- fkjd an army of 4,220 men ; in 1837, 8,8:0: he has received a letter friher

together &s to the best mode of guarding againt.1 urn tuiie no Southein-bcirn, nun, who is not indeed. by one hundred and My to fifty.sir, and tec- ments," should be laken along with and ncoiifciiluting men and officers in 1837 about under that just CaPJaC
,
; 3,500 in California formerly
them. You niu't net, and whatever position you may a traitor fo 1 hih country, will ik lo foment sect avn. und,-iaelj-seven lo eighly.five. NuVHmut now ,

nf 'I talc I shall! stand with you. But until your deoihioufchaUbs al jealor
rceifcUnc made those, my meaeurei duty, as which I have I deem aid, i is oppmwSve oonSm-d, W to lo want protect confidence, and which arid is dialnwt endangered among, and Southern lo inspire pet>- one hundred'gun, and illuminated the City. 1 this one woold think there couM be no (Tctht General Armistead ; and in 1811, 3,015, (all that the wrilcr river has now with shaves him euga4!'JI

such lucatw u te Constitation and laws have placed pleat a lime when vv> *h* nJd be banded together Great excitement among the Southern mem orbit determined hostility to I be Clay Compromise regulars,) under Col. Worth. Thus empow.cred cramento ihiity.two for him* CJCb
who have .made
I j in my hands u your Repre"cnUtive In ougnts. as brother.. Never was Ibefe WRreat t necessity bers. or any kindred measure of evil. We these officers carried the sword in one digging gold rdar-IDC !
When, or bow tho complieatod uwtioni, growing for good will, harmony; witjtinlon among Southern on averag' from 15 to 820 P

t, 1 eat of the icquiiition'cf f foreign Jmitory, are to be ottM men. Our lately., Otif. very existenCe, demands the Tickets f Jenny LimPs first Concert $oM WtBt believe that such are hi, feelirrgt and band, and the olive branch of peace in the 10th cf March last. The negroes w

none can *41. Tb mere f-iUl than Pandor. those who would imUe q..nemu' !" *
to are $
likely %SI'
--' j altb rviU, w btWsflofWlWb pew. JT'j'e :infd! ; but here What I hi: r .aid"n Ibis ut'jrCI i has ken tjid in |; K. Ywtbcd.. nvt tell ii. 80II* says, To liU fw>tncs>cs penetrated, Me force, therever | le, nor dues ny one ioterrcreT1



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Heetin at Hiccasuckie.wcfin5 ic eaiulitlalcii for the Il
at Mircatuclue' 4>n Saturday: that the Whlj; paper in the E.-H. hit'| Rejuiblican the stepping Monr. tn the abolitinii nf the instituiion would be calculated to"harmonize the vmrious eloquent find! spirited speech.

'The rffjclal'jc in niim'im' ntl'1 illt'3i'TliP at Jacksonville i <>u' f the same meas.nr. theie ? ThN bein a pait of the sd. sections chwc and declined itn>resi8 of the County, and at After xx Inch the .Resolutions were unanimously JOSEPH. dent attention T. WALERWIU tntbe BOUNTY fr>et LAfCO>rrront CLAIMS and fffiJ .
the
Jiat. i Barljacur; was i-xcollont! amiSrnt'.v So much for proskinsr the matter mi the \just ment scheme of Mr. Clay, vrnn opposed by candidate. being longer considered a adopted.Th com-nittee; appointed In select candidates of or Oficera cither of and the Soldiers JnJian enssjrd Warn\in which the Florida the Unitrd.l\'ar%

ampl! fur a crowd twice as l Ittrg.fle Mention i if llie people. There are other lit. the Dernnciacy. What is Mr. Cabell's posi. Whereupon, on motion of Major N. '.%'. through their chairmin, Col. J Erskine, States have been enjajed, or the H'ar with Great ve' .

*" uwion' wal rommonceJ Iiy David S.Vi1kPr lie refoiiiis thai will lie made hi due! time, such lion on it ? Who can tell from his Circular ? Walker, a committee ul seven \YAS appointed offrred the following ticket : Britain of 1S12, and to tny description! cfteine'g> .

jj" 'E q.candidulc for Itrgi{ ter, t' bn, af. a* the election \\ty I the people of Comiitjroller, Hut without going over the string of me.isurcs.xvc to select a candidHte, and the Chairman ap. (;eui. A. K. Allison, Co). fl'. K. KHcrease, requiring procuring in Lfll Agent Vv'arrants or Alt,rney his at cjiarge thincton.will r r S-V For.'r- i* .

pointed the fo'Ioxving gentlemen as such com.mittce E. S. Shepard and lawson G. McKI y. In i.tbcrct.tf it will be proportioned ti the naluroi ?,; _
n'maihswi,! the nature olipf Secretary i State, Attorney General, Treas. repeat the question, who can tell Mr. C's. i 1
9&*m" appropfiatP : ( en. Allison declined being a candidate, i and ditbcnlty ot the case. ,
office for which! he inn i iioiportant urer, .Vc &c.ifr. position on them T Does he C"m* out l odlv! A. T. Gavin, B. Byrd, James Hamelt, W.Bxrd. and having slated his reasons, he was released H. will also act,in coni.cclin i tr itb.A ;rnt*and At* 'I

ibe c3nt, complained! ennifuliat' thai this jtiper .' Cabell and Democratic Opposition.Mr. us a Southern man should, and take such a I D. IiitiJon, 'fliotnts: Davis, and Jno. by tile meeting, xvhich expressed iu regret lorney Land and in }othr Florida Claim who may, on be trim rmploywl* which in tnay.bs Bounty j I -

noticed his position on the Compromise Cabell in his Ciicular, affects great position as will enable you to locale him ? Blind, who retired, and after conciliation, re. that he could not be a candidate. agreed npco. Letters, (\\Inch should be post paid. .
ported the of Co! The committee then retired and substituted
name Samuel B. Richard will receive immediate attention. .
him
of Mr. Clay, which., howoxe: gave surprise thnt: the *' demagogues" nf the Suvran- Not at all. Indefiniteness characterizes the son, which was unanimously adopted bv the the nam of 1). 1,. Kenan. \VashinelonCity, I I'.C., Sept. 13, 1SO. 3R tf .

1fl czc1Ie for entering into :t deiencc of lhatlor Convention, should have presumed to nominate; I hole document. And yet JU author i is aston.ished meeiing.C F This ticket xvas (hen approved by the meet. Posllilasters.Po ,-

anre nd cjeciaIIV the a.xn'ion! niCaVcwnia a candidate (for Congress in opposition to him. ;hat the Democratic: party shouhl prefer il. Richardson being present, responded i in =rr OFFICF: STAMPS inii
,
a; proridtd for ii ilitt 11111. I'Ir.c1kcr' This however, need not l lie n mad IT u* avlon'sh.ment. a man to represent them in Congress, xvliose to the call of the meeiing. in the true spirit, Ou motion, ranted, furnished for only srtcompbte.wr.1 l. and special an*

arpiment on the California rneas.rt The *' derna ogueb" in question), hwv.) position is known What ay you. people of and accepted the nomination. Rewired, Thai( a copy of thee proceedings tbonty f send by mill Irec. Addr' s "j'. Bf .
\ On motion, it was unanimously be published iu the Floridian & Journal, and Pleasant Grove, Alleghau\ County, Md."
altncether *jM'ciou ncl] by no weans willing and( anxious they have been: Florida Do you piefer to support a man at 7e.vo"rerf
wag ever might That) enieitainiug a high appreciation that a copy be rxvaided to our Senators in TO PRINTF.RS.! 'II

;fd our exjK-clatiotis f.f. his position! on to see no division among the peop'e of both such a Cl ISIS like the present, not knowing of the laleriis and purity of character Con re ss. WOOD TYPl* made omMhird cbnner (but sp s

itli,question. We hate seen no paiallel lot pinics in the choice of a Congressman, could whether he will represent) your views or not ? of Major John Beaid, i ihe Democratic candidate Oil motion .he! meeting adjourned. complete>i>d) I bin, for GuY$10 prices, or ;Drawing ulso.a iood and PROOF Dosriipti PRESS.n.i', ..

it t from any Soutbe,ii member) of Congress, not, under the cirriimsjlances, ai ray thern ehes If Mr. Cabell i is chosen, whose views will be for Congress xve xxill use all honorable R. K. SHAW, Chairman.R. you can make yourself Inr 1. Address P. M, .) t .
means to secure his election. K. GIBSON, Stcrclary.A Pleasant Gr-ve.'AlIea'nany! County Md." .
be. peihaps) fmm the notoiitius' considered vindicated in his election ? 1 His 1
it may: under his banner. I In the first place, us
ecfPt supjins. It was further CCh An.'paper publishing notice,an I sending _
Edtvsrd Stanley of Not lh Cntolina., lie jus- ing .Mr. Cubell lo be the man of all others for jmty, East, West?, Middle and South, xxiih few llesoJfcd, That these proceedings be published Perishable Monument.-The citizens of I a ( op>.shall receive Drawing ami Description ol tie .

,;fItd the usurpations of ihe inub in Calif.jr.j the crisis, which neither party) concedes by a exceptions favor the Hill! ol Suit render, and i if in the Wakulla Times and the Fioridian the United States are contributing menu* to Proof-_Pres September 14, W). 36

j heir formation rf a Slate Gcjxermnent, long shot the position nf his !leading supporteishere they elect him, will it not be recorded as an & Journal. build a National Monument to Washington, DAGUERREOTYPES .
34134 Oil motion ihe rn elinr adjourned. Which is to perpetuate) his name and fame. TAKEN IN THE BEST STYLE OK THE ART. ,
and ttaled; as a reason. loubtle ?, wily they in itself to Clr.IIaiZl expression[ of jour approval ol that entire ; that
was enough np- JOHN MYRICK, Chairman.R. but it is well for Wa.hingt- there is B. J. LESTER, D..z *rrean Arti4 t. who wiT! .

cIu4ed slaieiy, that most f the) citizen position to him. The Democratic party went)) scheme ? F. BVUD. Secretary.Democratic something! more durable than monumental BV bealwayi found at bis Rooms over P. A. Hay- $" ) .

Lad to wrk 'n ilie' triines. lie' piowiaied' ;iheyn heart and soul" f.r the Naslnille Convention stone to record his greatness ; for; according to wads Houk Store.readv to lake Dasjuorreotypct in {*.
Disunion. in 1 )
his: improved rrumer, and to put them op any
In Profrssor Johnson, the stone of which the
flflt t rare tovoiU by ihe t-ide of negroes.- ; but where stood the leading Whig", We JeariMhat a genlleman.Mr.( D. S. Waiker Meeting. slvle, in Mtfdilun Br celeU, neat or very fancy
*' I I monument! is to be built i h the poorest building in Iramea of fize. He *, by r
lather iii' flun iu t the c its or any expect
TIii was : peair.M : those who support( 1r. C., on: that) queMion ? ,) now Ir.ix-ersingthe stale at< candidate for QUINCY, Aug. 21! 1930. material of use in the United States. It sup. strict attention\ bas near>'l 1114 untiring eflorlJlo

4 ibe same time thiii Mr.J W. fax'ured iheiras Gov. Rroun was s-olicited to give the proposal[ .flire, is circulating the report that Judge Pursuant lo previous notice, the Democrat portj a crus'iinu' force oah.int 2 000( pounds to please, and Irom hi* long e\perience in the sit. :

$ a State, or rather roulJ' tee no What 1,1.adden County met in Quiucy on I idis I i dtv; the inch while good m irble xvill! sustain to mrnt a libefwl phae ol |> tronaee. He, Ihenftre .
the *auction of his official approval. Hroomc and Maj. Beard are dlsiinionhts and squire solicits rails from the LJdies and Gentlemen cfTalUtu
xxhy ihe South flmuM *innke annVs to select candidates for the next General As- at least 9 001)) pounds to the sirne. Isis and those vho Visit the place.' He ha. -
rraI1 was the result ? He replied! in a bitter! trade I that? the former expressed himself a speech sembly.On ee
nc't improbable that the monument, if car.ried a superior In"''r'.iment, and therefore Ptctnrej
l'c iaiJ he member very
agLjL I hIS Vo'c' 'cie u against the Convention; dating his decide l last Saturday at Miccasukie. In regard to motion of> Cu!. Krskine, the meeting to the projected heght? xvill fill to pieces will bV put up XM h nealne nd despatch.He t

fCouprefs, woulJ depend upon citcumManCc from the Office" of the Slate and was organized R. K.SHAW. also rall the attention of operators and thoewIs.ing -
(( Executive i Judge Broome, iheJ&rn/uicZ, in its report of his l.y .vppointing of its own xx-eijiht. In addition amo! 't eveiy .
He opposed the Mi.souii Cromiscm Chairman, and 1 R. E.: GIBSON tulfarn Ihe art,to hi 41)persr'rchon1)ca1for : _
$ | this very letter did more to cause divisions in I speech, MJS- Secretary square inch of the marble! contains sulphurefof producing fine picture, which he ke*>p constanllron

( lie ground lhat itvSs a surrender of the Florida, than all the acts and speeches of Iijt lie defended his position with a good deal On motion of Col. J. I>sine! the Chair 1.oi, which readily decomposes on exp sii.elo : hand for aleat his Dazu.errean Galt-rv. loitiuc- .'
man appointed the following committee lo select the tlrjs and des'rojingihe Iii !) in the art and aparatu- furnisher)
doctrine, ot t Xon-intencntiou, suidet xxith a atmosphere, Gaining ) civen
9 and that he .
other leaders Yet Gov.i ingenuity eloquence declaring
Whig put together. ) candidates for the approbation of the meet parts in ci ntacl with it. Professor J. Mr. L will renuia in TalUhassee during the win :
consistency he mppotled the! Com. was a better Dillon man lhan Gor. Call.
ter.
ttranjrc
l.-
i Brown he denounces the Convention
though ing : s'ates that the Patent OlFice building is already
1rnrniFe Hill, the effect of which! is in the very I' All this of course Mr. Walkej heard, and From Sentenrb.r7,1 is:5o.: 35 tfIn b
Precinct Natlnns
)
Quinsy Dr.II.
for w Iiich Mr. Cabell says he was an advocate, l.tj. co dilapidated by the decay of the material ----

iteib, of the (loch inc as contended for by him. is the stier.uous supporter of Mr. C. The now full I well lemembeis i L. Lipford, Capt. T. II. Condry, and Col. u
,)ii the whole, the speaker took the Nw them.! i (Inventor's; letter too, vas endowed by the i M.:'j. IJeaid says iu his circular J. Krskiue. by gome of the occupants as unsafe, and but.tre IN CHANCERY. .

new' f the queKlion' and xve could net help Florida with few J '. Fellow citizens, xve a'.l cherish a hthitun! From School Houic-C. Edrrerlon and M. -ses are now erecting to keep it front tumli. Jjmes M.t! Hunter, Administrator of. Archibald K. S.
i Whig pHityaf a exceptions
) Morgan. Hunter tleccaffd.ft. -
1)13) Mr. \YaILer he | and l hereditary love for the Union but it is ing lo the earth.-Phil. Ledger.'f3 -
|,jl jpel ? if M right, pen.iilrdfihe : .
and by the free soileis of Ohio. The Conxrnlioti )- Fram JlLnson's-Capt. J. Chandler, E.I .
th'* Union th.it our sires bled for-an Union William nnd other .' licrs nf ed estate j
) nf R.jrney cr ,
) Smith' ate ceilainly: n K< I utiie.n.wiuUc held I them I.t l in I Holt I and Z. Lott.Fro'n : Rev.ThomasGard.ier will preach m the 1'tI.Itit _
was by as a ) )
up of ryiarights-an Union to promote I the uppeaiinto |Ioe l satiifactmn *.t theConrt.fcy ,J -
grumblers' for M r. \\*. gave them toDijilorstaitJ which to hatch disunion, and :io one cou'.d can-rill weltair-tiot (hat of a particular scc1'on Chasons-\. Mailiu and John Davjdsnn. ( I'rott-sUnt Church in Talbhas, on Sunday, IT aflidavif.tlidt Williani Burney Leonii'as! Wfilry, j

that the Ninth is right, ut 1ra1t the 22.1 instant, at the u-iual hour. henry Clark, Mary MeCture. aod rhra-. tlardie.
on mi t.ike the fact that in the election which an Union to secme tlnins!Ic tra nq'zil.
> ; j TYwMBOi* Sre-Z. Fletcher and S. Flern- and Simon Tator, 1)elendnts in the abov ca ie. reside _
the CV.ilornia; qnestiun, and per contra the was approaching! the issue would be, not the I lily," and not on" to expose r/v to the horrors I rrin I \\of a f-crri'c ( ) war, riciled by those vho,I \\ithinthoIimiUnl tIle Luifrd STate;t ,
Smith nriM i be in ihe I negro
sung : Tallahassee District. .
Roads
that should be Cross K. and
moilc of resistance adopted to to be < Kyle A. Bhck. /.' r.,t Oitfernl. That :said Defcm'/'Titi appear and
Mr. Walker was full'ixvcJ l by M. I). Pajiy, give I the honor and] lights of the South I), but 1; ought"I love the our Union frinidi.with 1uscll-Jarnes Nivon and C. Fore>t. j cJttd&QIc) C.M.al; Hwcky Com. IS & 20 SejTinmanliie ansvrtr tie 1.ill riled :n liiis; CdU on or heptcthetir
a rra.conibler1Jeeoz. Circuit, DukeV iS it 29 i iI
at ,
-
candidate fur The commute** retiied for conIdlliatiu.ifl. ) Mcndav in Febrmry ne\t, lher'vVi3C the ComfiiinantV (
BMI! Kegioterhobiieflyjioxv. whether anything should be done or not- ; not with :i servile or supercti'iosis! reveience, as I Ilaitibri'lgi.? Cir ,at iinwiii; cave, 4 t, 5, & <> Oct. Bill sh.ll be taken fro eonffsfo : ProviM. -
G .
ol lni oiMtsitinn[ | to the C-niijitoniise Hill, amiI. whether decided stand should! be lukoii, 1 some great invisible ileiiy.' I love it lor the 1 A. K. Allison! ( offered the following :' Hlakelev I'ircuif.at Pleairtnt Ire, 12 &. 13 j A copy ot thu OrJer !ts? published: once a week
any
I.is aJiocacy of the lina of 33 :ii). I II.) 1 J. Al.leu benefits: it HAS bestowed! on 11%, AXD SHALL Resolutions) : 1 AlXiny'Circuitat BlieSpiinjC.; M. 17 t CO j ft* four mont'os prcccdin/.- -.iJ fir.t Monday in .
atCOIdiIIL:; as the Convention might mj:;e>t t 1. Rcsolvtd, That the Territory acquired Lit1!* River Miion, at Oak Grove, 24 & 11 February next.in w-tDOTiewspap printed and) publihed -.
I then took he ti tad. llis"I bcu'jrs.rd' <-O.NTIM-K TO LOVE: IT TILL IT CKAM'.S TO UKTOV 1 .
< from Mexico the MidliCircui'"f She Stale Florid
1 nn 1 recommend., And time has: only served inkhoxv having been purclraieJ by con m
HLISSIMS: AM> r.IrMis: rtii: 1).T1OV. BERRY &ROWLES, Gi\en at CiunVrs: 'lii-* .".il' Svp'etther. 130.TIKXAS .
.one\v5iat largely of himself and ul| lhIloridian iributions of men and by t ihe South and ,
the I liuth of ihe then of I the I limes.i '' i in-.ney
I signs B'L rZELL, Judge
1:1: : OK oi'u I'E.t:1.5H SXFKTV. Auctioneers and (Commiiuioa crrliants and!
the North the citizens of both sections have
{ .
& Journal. lie ured
pathetically ss ,
(thr the. Whig putty has arrayed itself against' I Comment is We Inw only to Cotton Broktris. \ tr' C.tv-lei't. _
I unnecessary the of the I
j an equal right to enjoyment same 0>CAU A. MVr.RS. CI.'iV.J.rjN 1--a.4
.
ilic crisd that he
belonged l lo 1I io man.: or set ,
every recommendation of the Southern Con- J request our readers in any neighborhool l by settling t therein ; and t that, in miking such : 1'HANKPULfi> the I.nor of the past eacIn. aid I : ;. ARCHLR. & CORI.EV. )

ol'inen, but vas as free as the mountain( btet-xe veil'ion.) :Mr.i Cnbell's influence with h'uurrn rough which Mr. Walker! passes to use thi* 1 settlements, they are equally entilled to proIteciion I hat ins llutereil tliem'eivcs that they gave -at it- j Solicitors fur Complainant. ,
fat-lion to their patrons, again otfer their ten ices as. I It ': 5. l5O 3S .tv' -
that he xxiihal first and last und all I the I
ua I i from the ihenisekeu
Govermnent.'for
party was not enough to enlist a fiagnjent olit extract from the Semitic, and these sentences t COTTON BROKER*. They x\ill attend I.. the sale ---- 4-

ihir.a Whig nnd( nothing else. Of c iui6e, no in its behalf. I In this aspect of things the turn Maj. Beard's address, lo correct | their families, and their property, xvhether tha t ol COTTOX by sample, and get the highest price | At Sale. .

Dem-icrdl) can vote 1r him. He went, \xiih) I any properly be slaves, horses, or merchandize.j | that Ihe market \vill allow, and make prutni't' return 'r j LIKELY NEGRO; GIRL, boat! 24 year- old,, JFLL
44 demagogues" that were appointed! ] repieI f Ne impreKions which he may make.; j 'J.! Rewired, That the right of the Southern .11 the same. Ahvas on the sj.ot; they will be able and child, a jjood housekeeper, seam.trcand" 1
Mr. \Val!. r, fur nou-inteiTention, but Piuallmncludcd tike advantage ot the fluctuation cf thu
to liure.
I sent the Democratic when they us'em. every
: party j people, (protected in l heir and _
i persons proper-
Distribution of Offices.i market. Their chjue'wilbtat! follows BERRY i. RQ1VI.ES. -
ihat if the South said he |
30 30; v aslor : bled at Suwannee) never once dreamed thai ;i ():tr Whij IrieiuK are wondrously senviiive i l ty,) In settle on the Territory: aforesaid, applies | For >alef P2 bale ii less, 30 tents pe oa5r.j Auctioneers &, (% nmi 9ion Merchants..

it, to the latt rxtremitv.* i Mr.l Cabell, \\ho had already been approptia. 1 to the whole and every part thereof as xvell 10 j '' 4 o a. 40 ** '* ** Seltltnt.er 7. I5''). 33 It '
upon the subject of any allusion to I their arlangenients i 4 *. .4 JM 44 3j & 44 44
Dinner) being over, Mr. Hilton adduced] the Noith as to that South of the line of 33 v _
ted by a majority of these anti-Southern Con- Over 4.) 25 :P. P. LEVIS
( the distribution of ,
inrasr
offices
) or nevertheless for sake
:W ; lie cf the
the (for hour if which I biief, pace
meeiing n : : 'r re.niaiks RCRRY .t IlOWLK
of all others around ; LOCAL
; veniionistt the DENTIST '
1 was man 4
and of the Federal
should lair the harmony Republic xve
they n inajvrily of Jjfgis1 are NV\v) iJuilJiiir:*, Main Street. d
made feevcial f the
xveri by t Leyis'a. TALLAHASSEE.! FLGr.x.rr.w .
i whnm all parties should, rally. There -..ise.nntijjh 1 'tin'. They doubtless I think t that I lie E-ts' i leady, as Hn extrenr* concession, to acquiesce S.-i l-mVr II, IS-'(). -.o' C.m .. >tr,.' at Mrs. Dr.r Kw-e? "' --
1'c candidates, ntnong whom was I 1)). W.t'wytm the division of the said Eoardiuj
have said, in the poiti in I : t Tenilory byth.itj i
a< we already ;iiof and West rsneci. the former should be 5itcflhlt7_ P" ,. : ;; ;
Ily Notice
; K q., Demociatic caixlijdic Jur the hi- chief In deter them fromlh.if.iTuwever ) j line the North taking as free Territory what '
House whose capital and lellitig" t-pet-ch, supporters kept in the daik-that it is not best pending | lies above it. and the outh taking as slave! I TS hfrfby! ;i\cn lliat Application; will be me to Notice. .

ni'icli' they might have approved his' i the flcdian, to rpiend it abroad that (the Mid. o Territory: what lies below it. 1 the Honorab'e' Ja'.ies E. P.rootr.e. Judge of Pro- Ill f.L ing dn and-i iinst the cstatet>f .
brought' some of the Whig candidate* $lo taw advocacy of the Nashville Contention, they i bite for Leon C 'uMy, Stale of Florida, on Mon'J j.\. Oscar Kilivaw, dec'd..laf r i-t GidsJm Count' .'
tin the question of electing Judges by she die. \\iih (;otez nor, Representative' in Con- 3. Rewired, That the dortiine, propagated the twenty-first day o" October nest, for authe-17 totil | Fli'rid-i.are !hereby called upon to present thesam -
pen. could not be blind lo the fact that his i for the of Free the foll'"ni real of Andrew .
path Jude Land recently purpose extending : estate Kliza- to meMthout il,-ljy ; and notice i? hen by given loj ?t talt
ress ,
I Register Comptroller
pie and the pajtnent of the volunteers by the \vat t1ad gainst it, and that \\hile that p.irIgav' j Soilism; that the la\x-s of Mexico a conquered beth S.ait) lloi.itio C. Withers, minor Iicir* of !li! >- j j creditors, legatees, and pcr on: entilled lo distribution .
Stale Attoiney Geneiul, Treasurer, Arc. .Vc., is al.o raiio C. Vilher, decca. d, to wit : said that their ..I.iiiri will i eb. -
in case Congress failed lo nuke ptovi.t province, in relation to slavery, (suid laws be. e1te, > >rrc'J -_
him) their votes for re-ejection, he must) ,. L ,', I, 2. and 3, iu fratioi.t St tIjtin ?fl, aci'onliii to the ,ison- tt the Ulnlr .
claiming the Uniicd States Senator in the i ( pro II
fur th"ir jag neither of a personal or numicip-i! characfer '
t '
payment.lien. l lIlt t/ I 'J.i't Iructioiial Section 'il, all in Tov\it bip
ultimately) fall into its position, and (m) I sucii ca-e made and provided.) tiiles exhibited Lu tuewhin
Lii H lollowed in an iiiipoiti I cr.ny plaice of M jr. Yulee. Consequently, the Sen. but national and political t,)) are in for..e i ti. North of Range \Vesit.., n the County of Le.in, ( two tear Irom this date! '
its views. I III line] thinks article in the Territory acquired from that Govern t ind State of Florida, copjaioing 301? acre*, more or a >
this last week JAMFr
our on mater ,
in f .f the I'nion *the liiiion. ,
Vfir < glorious ) les .
I I ei' then Mr. Cabell sees some (,the iea- dis-1 infill, is fallacious in fact, and dangerous fj nxrcnor out.it t will
,
rather low It IIXMDRN WHITE.CAKOLLNT .
was flung. A.
He quoted !largely fiom WaKhin, tnn I'are. ex en seems Soul hern rights and Southern inViesls and i September 7, IxVJ. 3"
veil Address sectional and son s 1iy hit Democncy: have had the presumption posed to scion, by} intimating the Ea : had a \VHITK,
apiiiit feelings should be met xvi.h a stern and uncy.ipromiM" Guardian i-c. Stolen :

parties; but totally omitted to toll (he ;people ) to enter the field,aiid come.si it* 1 po*. right lo complainwith) the I Democial) in ;. opposition.; I Spttiita'1 I, i ('. 3I'> 4t I FROM: : lliesub cribtT on the niil f

tlut the South i* now and has alx\avs l been bcSIiifl. And xve must say to him i iluf hi> 184.:-), for giving lo that sect'on! on'y a Senator: 1. Reared, That the sfoctrii adx-inced j To Planters. ;, irr-ll leather )
mi this su'! excites F'iJtiore to'Connies' even r< I) dollar j>icct" *jf o'd. t, !
tone t President hi his
art ogttit: on jrct only That be but not I that by ; Kte. ; a
so x\e are messige
only acting on the defensive-tlitt, v-he is only may : awaie 'T.tF. swWnber will rnjke ca>h ackance on COTTON bill;, with siinenall idvtl
tidiculc of his iends aol opponents. Men of the East on the Texfy |''i'.V'oii, that the States j jof .M-ssrs.. Ji'hn !
di cxer did complain, or ever askedmoie ( AND TUHAI.COhipped Coe. nole-t one! on I'l.! trhcr lor : n (
herself fiom the \iolent asautf! and
tending this Oinfl'deracy aio to be kept in stlJuiiM.: I 1 C ., N"\x York- Lrs, Mad'-nn L"tt, ,*'wc
his own here smile at the selfitnport.ui .ul1r3L'n & <' one (>)n > on
paiiy than the election of Mr.1
Yulee the
ncrnaclitnetiU of the Nortlj that with the In |j J. M. %VILT.tMS.Septemt)4r J. Bird f-.i '.
( ion by force, arid tl >j assumpii of the p'v. on A. ? ?, cue >n t.d4f
South it i U a matter uf -.c1prt'servt n-that exhibiting itself in his expressed idea nf I ihe S-na'e.' If however, with a Senator, she had ers. of ihe.iyJJciy' and legislative deparniiit.: I 1. IS?). 'M IfI ,it her* I bat I don't recollect. A

>lic does not seek to <.H Milve the Union, lint topreserve 1 divtolotinii of [unties and the concentration! of reu>on to be dissutisfie'l, will she be contented i f-4he (i oveii>:n.>iit by mat oTicer, \\f a detestable For Sale. -- be Sflt'rntr given lo: the 7. IS11.same. 2OII :

< the public gaze on him as the hope; ol the le-arn that he hnve ) i'etL'l heieay, leading to A dircr'l con-
li ( all been
U I hy preservirg Lerself. The (lov.rnor < arrangements : tt rpII: : .RICK BUILDING formerly ocfqItiiTra At New York :
j Suic. We assure him llr.t xvhen parliesi made she is be ';fitrV.'.iii t f ail power in the liaiK a of the $ i. plod bv Mr. HulK'lt, with all the imjlljm -
defrauded !
of
% went into an olalioratc: defence of Fill. xx hereby ex'cn to ,
N
band nd for ale it New
break in the South and place ih-msehes HxuCutire; audio 1 an ox-er'Jirow i'' the legiiiir I .;>rovements Ihereou. For teim, &c., apI O :
*
Toxaoino\cinciit uhoectturbC i up her Seintor ? Yet who denies that it is 1 zen SILK MAN TltLAS lor
niore vindicalinglhe even of the de. I pl at this OtHce. Sentinel copy.sIitera'b&r ,
; lie rights legio'titive ?ud judicial >
under the af hduiemen Mr. articles we-ebfmshf "f
Cubell spliTidi
of the Goveinmenl, and denying ihe | guidance so ? Not one intelligent Whig of Middle I p.irtm-nts: of the (.overnrrl' ut, xvhich, xvhen 11. fO._ 3T _tfj t I'roadxv.tv importer and whclcsale :

right ofTeiasto the tenitury claimed In her.In may ret sai fied that neither Whigs nor Democralh Florida, xve. venture to say. However, .ne proclaimed, as i ; ihe present instance, for the j To the ladies and Gentlemen of Tallahassee. S.
I uiil consent to place him in the van.- of ip'.hnidalii and extending Anyist SI. tcV). :;r
this defence of Fillmore, the speaker HJ-. East mist console herself best she c '.n xviih purpose gihe South '
: Neither his influence ut.d reputation at i Free ,nihism. should be met, both it and iu "ATR. J. R. LLOYD will return lo Tallahassee: by : !
racd himself, against: the Soothpin delegation (lie empty bloom of giving a Speaker to the i 1VJ. the tth i nit.int, and rn.ty be Hlwalound in In Chancery
)
author xvilh defi.ince.
and
his home his lalcnts iui'Imiation
Washington, standing at nor
ia f whom House President ih his SKY-LIGHT DAGUERRKAN GALLERY, ovrr MIDDLE C.RCU1T OF
Congress, every one we believe, or a to Senate. The
That the
T>. JlesdccJ, the right; of Texas to
or the magnitude of his public services, 1 | 2oeqrs. Bull k. Praturins* Clothing Establishment. Ar1 CKAMBFR*,
*ayu emphatically lhat the (lutcinai nt is et>. more substantial 'Spuils" are for the voters* j IxNindarKv which she claims having been Ladies and Gentleiiicn desiring !to have the late"! improvement EU1 for leave to ell
demand that he should stand in the front rank
lopped from asserting any thing adverse lo the t of ihe iMiddle. f again ar.J again admitted by the United Slates in Picture nude manifest, would do John P. Duval and Ann F. Dural,
of the battle. Theie others in hisown'party well not lobe in a hurry while the warm weather
I are even j authorities, cannot nv! be called justly in ques.tioi P. -
of Texas to her whole
light de.
liojndary as lie will have hand stork ot ,
cases
continues. on a
The Heirs Law of{ Dast4 M.
xxho have claims Mr. Cabell and Beard has therefore at
warmest ;
might gicatcr to Major on Disunion.Mr. : she our sympalilies -
fined iu Ler treaty with Mexico in 183G.: both plain and ornamental,$tih) a< v\pre never esbi- hoe nai&ea or'- irIT
i such a Icadeiship, in whom, too, (he people Cabell, in his letter lo Gov. llro\xi in her purpose to resist the efloits of those I bitcd in lhi city }belore. Hi< deire shall be lognesalisi'acti appearing lo the liislsctii'ii
Judge Broome, who had been called out liy who xx-onld, ( dismember her for the purpose of : n toall who mav visit his Roomsand good L the hciis a't law of David M.
would confide than him of the "
in and of I
more readily speaking a b\v
question froir. Jov. Call, closed ihe speaking ; passage degrauingto converting into Free Soil her Territory.The .- rictuses warranted, or no charge made. I do not rc-oirf" rt this State, biit '

*Itn. the djy. His remarks \\ere brief but to we repeal that Mr. Cabell need not be astonjishedjthat our section," (the Wilmo'r Vrovise,) says, .. cause of Texas is the cause of the en- September N, tsW. 35COPT. i nerlicut : It ig OrJerrd* That
said D.ivid M. Sheffield do
he is opposed. And besides, what "in such an event, tht. "Union xviu and lire Soutb." ( .) : appear
the point. He fchowed the iniquity .f the jiaid Bill Complaint, in Ihisra ;
ha Mr. Cabell ever done as a Southern Kep SHOULD be dissolve., andvt should be 6. Resolred, That whatever position the STATE OF FLORIDA : months Irom the drfte hereof: ( :

vlole Compromiee[ (!) scheme, knocking I he i resentalive, to call for the support of his polit.j ." prepared. South may take in defence of her rights against In the Circuit Court of Madison CQiujty.O ihrnl. That a copy of this Order !

pegs from under Meters Walker and Cull in : j Northern aggression, xve will be with her. \ application or John C. McGehee, Adpini trator a week lor the space of four
j icul oppuiients ? In the stand he has taken inbehuli Let those xvl-., arc In.rning the whites of of John J. deceased, papcr printed m the etty of( !
mott admirable iyk. The Judge went for a up 7. Rcsolv d, Tiat; the unwavering fidelity of the estate Boyce _
I of of the South, did he do more than his ihejr eyes wirh horror and amazement at Maij.Beard's tojihe rights of the South of our Senators in apoing| for leave toseil certain real estate, lying in Florida. THOMAS- .' 1'I!
"Constitutional Union, and nothing less than said County, of which be his the manasement.andwhi. .
a Constitutional Unioti. The moment the duty ? Did he do in .re than any Democrat pjefejeuce of secession lo the Clay Congress, Messrs. Y'ulee and Morton, meet* h formed pait of the estate Of said decedent: A' true copy-Attest :

: {I would base dune ? And what is his position Suirrelider Bill\]\, meditate| on (the] with our most cordial and unqualified appro. // u Ordered. That Jrb Johnson, of South Cari- OSCAR A. MYERS. C1er _
foregoing sen- HUGH ARCHER Jr.. I).
Constitution, \\hicli u the bond uf Union, ismiken bjtiou. hula, be, and l he i herebv appointed Gnardiau ad fly ,
note J Can an) one tell from his ciicular ?.-. 'vncevjiich Mr. Cabell, in his late circular, lit em, ft t the minor ch'ldrt-n of said John J' Byce, August 31.1 y 0. 34
in the there That in Beard the
upon by imijoriu, is no) 8. Resolred.? John nominee -
| We heaid a Whig remark a day or two iuce' his ** sentiments In to wit : Albert Hoy r* and Kli/.i R.'ycef lo rcpre-rnl. I Middle Circuit of
says expresses
note. case of the Democratic for Congress, xve
longer any Union, and hence the South in opoking parly project,ai.d maintain the rights of the said inlants in
| to the last extremity ihe unconstitutional that Mr. C. must have been taking lesuiis f''the passage of ihe Proviso, Mr. (Cabell says recognize a true son of the South, into xvhose Ibis behalf: I ix GADSI/EX IRCLJI

under Martin Van l uren alone with confidence Jn'l it n further Ordn l, Thai a copy of UIH itf CHA.NtURY.
> so skillfully had he! not that he would prefer disuniaa to its hand* the people may repose I
ezcrMchInents<: of the North feeJ-n the iu ol the ,,-% printeil l lin
Order bv one papers |
presmali'in puWW.ed
concealed his real views all their trusts and that he shall have oqr unabated Silt; ; fur Injunction otid)
of the Union, and not, MS faUcly on IiI4' i two points; adoption, bn in case of in' adoption, he advises thpcily ol Tall-ihajsee for the ?pare of lhirl\
to wit his clearly expressed disunion. T'' Union support. days, EVI'S iH>tif f of the tlv i gn of aid Adminiilralor KirdJinj-C.} Woolen and Jam.s L
: the will and
opposition
to >c thnuld bo ilis.
its
charged, debtmctiua.$ "he Judge aw! > 9. Resolved, That the xviihjraxval of the h apply for permission Ito sill the teaL estate aforesaid t F.,. r rS

showed that the advocates of such ineaMirefcus Democrats tunning a candidate against him: solved What, ihen, is the difference on this United Stales troops from the pemneula of Florida S James. M. BA'er and Samuel JJ. L.> ? cI

the Clay Compromise, u-ere puf.hing the South and his prefeience for his own re-election !-. point between him; and Major Beard ? The xxhile! engaged iu endeavoring to remove Given under, ISoU.my hand(Signed, at fallalta-wec,) Ibis 7thSeplembcr I I I TfT appearing< f Duncan to!Haker the ,saIj.afacInTi, derea'wd, I

t II) the very verge: and if khe isf icrd 10 resist, 1 These are the only points on which you can Wtlmot Proviso, though more insulting' is less the Indians from our State, by President Fillmore 1 THOMAS' BALTZF.LL. I i- the Dfleii'lant, Jainc M. ;,
with a viexx' of ordering them lo the foO.. 30 4t I * ember I 11.
'he regpoukibiliij of the consequences thai i fully understand his Circular. And jet, in.j injurious to the South t lhan the Clay Bill : f>rihe Sept Tnat thi1)cIendnf.Jame'vt
of
frontier of Texas fur the purp:ise expending
j definite as it fg according to our reading the Proviso to of the Notice. nwer the Hill liU-d in lhi<"o'. '
'nay ensue, \vt\\\\ rest on those who thus attempt only proposed deprive us Fiee Suilmn by)) coercing >aicl State into submission afer the dale her.f: ..fiiit .

to degrade and ruin her. most strenuous advocates of the Compromise xvhole of ihe Territory arqiiirttT from Mexico to his imautlioiiz assumption of /A.LLperonbivins claims or dtmand5.iint. t Ihe That\ a ropy nt this Order"bt pLt/
Tlio. J Heir, lafeof Jefli i<)ii County,
have received the Circular with marked by the late is both and insult i to the c"Uteol for the of two monlriji, in
The dny passed pleasantly and noiljiny sailsI xvar, while the Clay Bill, in addi.tion noxver, an injury an deceased, will present I them lot the underpinned witb- pare
very i i
in the cil >f Tal'sh-
printed *
transpired llic faction, and seem lo think that it u perfectly to robbing us of till this, proposal la take South-, 31'' deserves the reprobation of every in the time prescribed by h\pV, ntli.-rwHe thi notice THOMAS c.
to of
the .
interrupt harmony
liue 'Irdsan.: \Yill h' pleaded in bar thereof; and -U persons in.debtfd '
meeting."Section. satisfactory to the Clay Compromiser, ul- axx-ay from us nne-third of Texas. 10. llrsdcfd That the election of theiruiS1I will plei c m.ke imme late; payment.W. A R.frnecopy C. LESTER Alfw, *Cli-rk.

though ;it t presents! no issue-counsels! no course Governor Call and t the Sentinel must either Judge Solicitors and other officers, !to S. niLWORTU, Adin'r.Jefl'ron AIfl4M'.tJ4X 31
,
CnIy.Sapt., I lll I 1s&). 23 frw -.- ___ .
of Judges by tbeeople.We of net ion-and only proposes to *'watch and be silent in regard to M jor Beard, or clue wit : Secretary of State,Treasurer, ami Comptroller I Icoho1tc TUxtrart :

think, from the signs of the lime tlulin xvait." The Democratic party, and we arc bring Mr. CaMl in bra share of their indig. ,- is n irigljt xvhich is unwisely withheld Bagging and Bale Ropey T1 ('o1IaIrn or Liquid Adbeif

amendment of our Mate Conrtiiutiou will glad to ? ya goodly number of the Whig oat qp. from |ihe people! ; we, therefore, arc in favor 4 FUtL tnpplr of Gnnny Cloth and Ker.ticky I/erve rbilotoken, Ntrvine,
party Constitution of this and New York nude and Bonr Liniiprn}.
now U made of such 'nendrneat' lathe tX Raif pi?, Kentucky and
giiingibe election of Judge* of I are ineconcilauly hostile to the admission SiHlflsa8 shall extend this right lo whom it pro. Rope, lor sale low l SIHKLDS 4 -_
OUT Circuit Cou.ts. blue Democratic Meeting.At vMcXAUGHT! fc ORMOND. June 15, Is.:;'). 23! UJan
people. At the Miccosooklc ,California while the
leading Whigi can ser a meeting ol 4he Democratic citizens o1Wnkulla perly belong ; the experience of other States Newport. Angnst jl. 1W. 31_ -_

meeting on Saiurday Ian, ihe que no cause for a very great amount of distatis. County, held ut Pawtuxel, pn T.ies- having proved that it inay be safely intrustedto _&c. Tin
New Wheat, Flo ur,
oawu-fpnin./ onihe-WLig Candidate., fat lion at her ad: isston. What potition does diy; the 111 September, for the plprpose| 01.5'). their hands. rT.v1..c ena't ad-lilieliat '
*1,4 iwo of then Gen. A. K. Aili'osi adcfirsirrl the nuectiI1z 3 A B AttRKf. extra new wheat Si. LWM F1'nr-
MCMr.ShIie ; I .I prepared lo fill J all orders
und le .iiojra candidate in the in !
l mIry ,Mr. Cabell] occupy? Wii> c ;i tell fiom his represent County IU fS d tIes ( *10
hi tIII4 Hesolutions.Jinl and invVl
cont.iinrd 4 sat1faetII1
.efd.tbe music," und avowed U.cms.lvrs the netf ( nerai A" iubiv' ut the JjfHte. CapiJOII on the siibjecls c4tt' 7tfl1 S4i. ncr'v !adie; ; foem Schr.f. m'ror1'l ma
in Circular. Kit letief In JW. llrmrn viill; recJiW imnxJ
or hi* (;t Of. II Ie4lcalId.n. ,urged fhcninfiy
%4u. of it rliry w V M VHlCvxv( staff.rro! t tjrf ; DuujrtK ; v. S t'etleiind.. r + \\r tyMr.NAUfiflT i liberal, 'iiM-ounl riVVn mtrrll
: U. w crc broujit the crttrI tjK-rili, lot IK line IM.IIIC b'Jt one J Take 1 i ij't'i4iJi their !IQRIKI' F. lj'tti, ) ) : . %. ,' ) ) ftP5OI1iiIfl'! ti URMO.M*. I to >a T f 1 : _
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PROCLAMATION ST.\DLITY-SrCCnT\-rmJF1 Business Carts! Srr.; I :tgat 1bltrtiStlflrfl19.I I 1.ijI: ) -floriMint & Journal.l I I I Planters' Supplies niJHj-." -

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$900,000. Sale of Real Estate. .l
I .. _. --. ..- -- .. LEWIS&AMES, PUBLISHED Vr.Ul: S\TUROY KVESIXO.T : in: ailiil-* during alllllTWotfll\nlitth'Ih heir '!, 'h"Jon.,
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.a..on .
and l d-cree ,
bvntue. "t auotil.r
pnr.iianccaiid
CO. It I:.' 1.1-:1: ""'"t.. Ilv'\"oIl.
flfl'UALLIffIXiSUtLNCE t I .t! .
THE generally lo call
i ami f.rlbeCo I btf1r 1'uiaIivte
iI ol thi! Honorable Ju>l.e ul Po.j.ite: in K IOU : I'u .
I OK s.ORJ'O.. :l: WALL ;r., DRUGS. MEDICINIvS: PAINT OIL, ..nl> o| M"disixi, I \\ill etptwclo public! safe.3r w 17. : ICcas'nl,flit.
THRKK Dor.u\ in advance. Gunny 1;. '
: if 90'.
per annum, pail
I Ier.l'
Florida.WHEREAS J i AtruI'l.tell'u I" Nv hit. I IMIH(! $WN).. Toilet Articles. Perfumery! *e., \Window Glassr.AIMTKR auction for (-ahloTe! lh. d-urt HI-.IMC d-w.r Itl THREK AM i HALF if paid' wiihin sit months. O..d..e d,. B. hfil
lip the Governor oflht SWc of NET Bund. an4 Madi.'ou. \1.r.d.tY.lhl' 14th d.y of October next, ( & "nt'\\IIIIU ,
in < Mortgages .
ec rely irn'.lr BRUSHf AND COIX FOUR DOLL\R. if not paid u it ill the end of I he year Kentucky do.R.M.e. Plain .
I >K Blackburn and .w.
and interest R
all lie: title of Walter P1..id
it i i. required by law that in election on real estate in Ihi* Brooklyn and Mocks ,In .
Apothecaries' GlassVarr.. Ac.rpHEahoveconfantly late of Jefferson Count, deceased of, in. and Ie I h. will he adhered and fl2bnrs. ..1I. t
in thi* Stain on Ihe first 1 Monday in i'fIhe State and City of C\\-Yink and UnitedStales 5r5-The.- ; terms rigidly 10, Northern I d.t. \, G.

October nf"\t.(or a Keir.i'"tti of PuMie LinJ.tn hold G..t I niflt'flt. on handand: forsale at tIe llo\\in l i :; drscribcd lands; l lying and bein. ta the no ptpi will heili-irontinuetl tin til all arreannar** I.Ra.riciiisTvrjnp. "r;.. c0; Yarn,
ail.
lour year*, and until hi* *urcesor shall be elected I Thi fund i is rapidly inrrfa.in* by a widelten- J. lowekt market prices. said Count ol Madi.on. to wit : (.iai.1. tnk-ii.ii the option III l the publishers Sutcrihfr 1..1'. Lirrp'I\.1 zrntirid, (I As" .

and qualified: (1f'11d l lUi int"!>. LEWIS & AMES.t The W j ol the N E 4.and theN E 4 ot the N W < will be rec.-ivjd' ror three month at One I I dlt. CI03rsp, klacksmjh5; 't OI1r.

It is therefore orilcTKl That the aid election be The lf'I\I'' a dividend' of profit*of fif- Tallahassee November 20,1 I S47. IS 4 1. i 4 t Sec .!$. in Towmoip" l.Ringe 9. North and 1)lIlIar-.i month at .91 I ',". Ever: onler for the I G. P"h"h) Sal,4'I ,

lield throughout' the State, on the iid first Monday I '.I WI Company per cent: on all exiting policies on I the 31st CIMON TOWLE. EoUlt.conlltinll\.t. one hu.idrrd and twenty acres, moreor paper slit of this (.lInli mu-t be accompanied; with I I 't. Lt'ui d.1''Ilr. Trace Whit.Lr..i.., 1111'1'dT5, j
MARIANO D. ? 'P1 1 leu. a I
the cah uMrnj rnler lft.
ihr
through
n October nest according to Illw. of ISIS. ci-mes ;any uf (nr Bacon I lIrna L.. '
l Given iitijfr niv' hand and the Great Seal of / J.nluy. divided the Insured. TOWLE & PAPY,' -: .\< LVSTINGER. ,',Im'r, of regularly aulhoriztd agents in the State.AHVEUTI3EMKNT8 t tlto S.d. I d.,
All the Profits are among I S l.illh
L ., the State ,f Kl,'nda. at the Capitol: in Tal- the estate 1,1( Walter R. UUckburu.di-c'd. tf
I ilo h"uh'! '
a ( ea. jjjja'!ce, thiist! |, Uv (1 July. A. D. The premiums are pl.'abl( j ila c I"<> annhl illv. (mi- AtlorneTK and Counsellors! :al i Ltnv. Au-iKt 31.15V) 31 "I t t. Yo,. .rk. u. ( Irf'lchf''d"" i

ThOM \S BROWN.I&"I annually, wr "lltI'I ', inle(1 being added on the fonneil an ociation (for the Practice (( Mnl.! anl1 Ho,8 )
HAVING of Florida. Will he i inserted at| the rate of One Dollirperaiii.re Gin Rand Leather' i Scale P to!;. 1
State
Governor of di-t rrcd j'")m.nll. will attend' the several Corals of Ihe an .,I
adopted by Company. twelve IHe fur the nr..tand fifty cent fir earh"u'Me Ru* cash'prmciple tIl" '
The Middle Circuit of Florida and the ,1
the GI1\'C'rfllr-\It: in District Com GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.: k(
By .
4 vho b-'iiefit the insnraurparecrtectcd .! 'ient i insertion. A ble deiluclion I which Itrtvil! sell .it K.wt-.t ma lM 1..1. i
re-i oi i
C. \V. DOWNING : cures to the "p.iriies t br < ,e of the IT. S at Tallaha.!""c.11 bll.*if entrusted, tat ,,". ".
", the whole ol the "dUlltfClhClt I lo their care will receiverxompt attention. Geol; r. hIiisev. .) will bo inaile) on I I.sal I noJire. estate n."''ice.r year- ai'r; "vedcrri1it, J.\S. M. WILLfA3'Ai'it t
a ol Slate.
secretary l nccuniuUlfd rt. > Bill for Ji,fCC.F.1ru \h notices without' alteration, by having :. |1.-,1). 30'
'4 Talhhas, Jill 2U.I I ISV)! 2S teSIATE"OErFLOEIDA7 mibjeclin* !them I. ti'c JJ'adr."h.k II C- Office in the Cipilol.Fbru M l1"'I'e\ persons
) with the o
rezulnr accounlx nlficp.
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l 17 IS4i 7
"Ife. rv .I
a prciiiium
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Persons IL1J y effect tiuurance. on th.ir own lives i,' JT api-ea; i-ii lo the sitiafictinn of theComt.byaffidavit h All JTiuwu-emenU 1'1| candidates for .ffi(.", Tin AgriculturalVnrehouse- ,

I and t Ihe) live-" ot others. A -au 1 1t in1nire I MEDICAL NOTICE. in I his cau-e filed, that Eliza :. Himej.lhedelend. I'OrI.'R"invariablv in advance. No attention iiud-r ianed thJ
hating
t the I life I of her hls"nl., m.rr"t"i t b.'nelir of which .>nt in I thiq cau-ie, resides b-yon
-L are l"f'"lr..IIH'l taw for the ei ve use ol iicr. ell ,)r Dr. Charles T. DarbyRESPECTFULLY 111'1 1 1 hii Court,and out ol the State ot Florida : I accoTapanied with the ca.h. SIOW & \ :PS'Tr.R.HIUd! ..
Inn'.lInc.1'f1t.:
It in Or children. ,
l'ullic! that t the have nil
: to I the in | ) Jtl ir.creawdwid; !
announces puhli
H CIq. men and all otber.de' |'endenl u">on brics I peimantntlv located him gen d.-mur lo the said bill of complaint vxiininthr .hedirsliiitf: u4lv ; but editorial'$ notire f"r ,.,i. embraciiitbe! .idf* a varit-lj ..f other ;.'

are specially i invited avail I hCln"d''r(II t a rrln'lC'/' clf inMoniicello'Florida .e months, or said bill '.ill be taken proconfnw v.ite benefit,will be chsrzt-tla* lJvuli..t&nenh. ticka, generally ol ll.eAGRICULTURAL DiiNru,a.j,,
and will lie found J"llo'ing charilth'
at all lime ,
Ihi'ir families be secured !, azainst .lid dclcndAiit and that the cause he set t fll a
I whereby siIrici'ig aa) unlc< ,,rotesional ly en n hearing during next: tel m of siid Court ii November I It
Election; of Mate Sena'or.A I Ihe evils of penury.Pamphlet JOB wonK. ; AND
Irt'r be all calls. :
paid to professional .llORTICULflRLI1
next : .1nr'it isfurthtr Ordirnl. Thai this Orderbe j
VACANCY bavin; ncn'rrd in Ihe office rf I explanatoiy aid'illu of thpprnC'ipll'"ofInhl'a1 May i.IS-IV. I !published in some public newspaper printed in Wt are well prepared tn execute Jr.h Work. "ucha PLKMKXTS: I : ol f'.rvfIt'IY., the t

State Senator in I hi- St'onl'' nitorial DUtrict Lile Insurance If1in' :obtained ah'a'IIals., the this State one a week for three months, and that hill,'art'' blank, pamphlets,&c., with nral- arid imprCYI'1It'o'tiplillnii.ftttt !
by the removal from the Slate, of the linn. Charles I IA. with founsof application m*> h( at J. L. SHIELD, M. I). J. S. BOAT, it. P. complainant take testimony in the cause. n-t< and despatch. All work of I lhi de"ciiption. Fivehiimirrd Plow (f evr> drscriptlc .

.T.'et'.i : It i. hereby OrJrred. ThaI election oflice of the Company, :33 Wall II., or of any of its July 23, I ISSO. THOMAS BALTZEI.L. except for perioni h.ivinij yearly accounts wilh Mater ials hi Tanner,,('urn ,is.and Rra'llndh .

M fill lIi.t vacancy lie held in **i iJ' District on lolI'l agents. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, Alrnecopy-Attest, Judge. the office, mn.t be piid fir on dt'li\"t'ry. Founder, er.bracireevnj article. wH 1ft Ibf'lr Ii J J,
p TRUSTEES. ._ ,
day the 7th day of Octob I\P\t. sociated themselves R. C. LETTER, Cleik. -- ---- -- --- including\ nec.9-.arj T"tU&c ,al faLQIJh1l1lt
together in the
Given U'i'i-r, Tnv lunJ ai-l the Great Seal of t: JOI. R. CI.His. David C. C"I.ln. HAVING. Medicine. Surzery, itc., oiler their July 27, )1))50. 29 3m Watches, Jewelry, &c.THE prices.MISCELLANEOUS.
I Alfred !I .Koller and
the State of Florida at the Capitol i in Tallahassee Win J. l I\artl. crmmClII -
LSe- 11 thi 5th djv ot July. A. I D. 15 cJ. R. H. MrCurd\, Win. pl., services to the citizen of Quincy and the surround. In Chancery. subscribers have jur recei Jack Screw, Store and C.ttnlTrutk...Whfft ;.' ;

THOM \S RROWX.I Fred. S. Wintln. Joseph Blunt, in: country. :- "_ a good supply ol Good., ro\v, Road Scraper. Hydraulic R2m FcrcePna !
Q'tincy:Ausu i II.i is 19.CARAWaY M John P. Duval Complainant ) which P\
Iaac ... amonj are Patent Chain facilitate the
Governor of FloudaBytheCwvernnrttit C. W. Faber, P.aron. Bill of dranirg water:
Wi IN, r* > Injunction. Tibias Gold Lever Watches Georgia and Frenrh: Huir Will Stones .
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J hii P. Yelverton
: Cjj.:
Itliry John Fontane n ( ndaYlt.
SMITH] [W. S. DILWORTHATTORNEYS ( < ) Hunting Silver Levers *
''OOI i.h" PlastereranJ Raw for
wirk e. < ?4. Farmer
C. W. DOWNING Theo. Sed. TW
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Secretary of State.Tallilmiee. Stacy B..Collins, /W.edeo! Cook, 'JJtlM )aL71T} IT Fontane appealing, the sali-ifactorily Defendant l ,to does the riot C"I1t ri-'id.: that in J..hn this L: \pien an l plain Watches, rinn Milli, Coin and Smut Mlll. ft\\J.MilihO/lf J \
Jona Miller (Chains St al.,and Keys, Bolting Cloths, Picks Reed- hutfe= ? '
J-ilv! '2'l. OS te Juliii H. Swill LA'W ai.dvwr
1'.1. 'adscnrth, David); A. AT State, but in the Stite cf Georgia : It i. OnlertJ, rac'Ii.'Iti. Kosoni Pins, Ring Earrings. findino for Cotton and Woolen ManutjctrrIM 114 ,

\VinnlrnII'1-> Cordial Jhr Robert Com"luc1. MOXTICELLO FLORIDA. That the said John Fontane, do appear and answer Iinom Rutttnq. Sleeve Buttons, MILL MACIHNKKY, TOOLS
] \V. \ .culcr.) S. :I. %Itr. -1J.'iCIIIt,
C""II. the Bill *f in (his C.fi I I'd within
said ( Injunction, ,
Gold Pen and Pencil Case
\J ami V.TIII if :;"'," James Chambers, 27. s, ancy lor varir.u* am! extensive Machine !:3r.tlfa.
Witkin. 1S-J9.
(11' July", ) thre months from dale hereof. dud it fiirthtr
Muthei'ii Friend and Lq'i1 l Cathartic, John V. L. Pruui, J.wt-ph. "'jkfrman. I is Gold Pens i in Silver Cie, tones we shall pn-jmtd at all! tirr. u funfA
Dr. G rd'n. Anti-I5illi PilU. Fred. 11. GrinnpJ, i A. E. MAXWELL Ordered, That a copy of this Ord r b.- published Silver, Table, Tea Mustard and Salt Spoons, very species! of Machinery in the shortest roJir//
Whltlesev lOc! week for the of month in
once a two ,
space sumo
\bibleClocks
The
Dr. HtmijV .C.sm1'I4I; l 'nup of Niptha, Chatle* Ely, J. highest market prices paid at all timeifef
Dr. L'ult1;T.llic Rltcr ,Tunic Pl", and Vermifuze John C Cruzer, Eugene Duiilb A'T r.:iNLt: Ar 1b&rg .1 aforesaid.newspaper! punted iu the cit) of Tallahassee, Stale Plated Cajfors Spoons anJ Forks, Wool, Sheep Skin antI Hide

Lucina I ; Francis S Lit ii Setts of Waiters, &.C. &c. All Prwluce cf the Stale received and sold
Corlal. Walter Joy, rep I attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir TIIO BALTZELL JuJ for t lh,
Rinworm aid Teler Ointment, French Mixture, Alfred Pelt, J. 0. Tlntcher. \WILL I' fjcj- Office) over S. F. CurmVs Store. ,e. TOWLE & MYERS. usual cmmissiori.

Dr. S t"c.'r'l V,> elIp! Pills and Bittern JOSEPH B. COLLINS' P"idfil.I' Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1M9. 42 A (true' ropvAttet.SCAR A. MYERS t. Clerk. Mirrh 11. t cr,f. H I .R t H. HOYTiCO.

Dr. qlll4 Saar Coated A-iti-Fever Pills, \AC ABUATT, Secntary.JO -- .- No. |Iii Ray C"f'I.tS.U'JnnahGtftlriL
[ June l l.ry). 25 Notice.TB
29. 2m
Dr. 14..r\0 Vast-table U.iiveral P lls, BLUNT. Cunntellot.JAMe5 H. BRADFORD, Rfrrnllp! lrtl. Padeiford,ray i Co ; S.j ift
Dr. Peter PilU. T4lIh4ssee. E subscriber having fitted the TANERY Dennlovr fc W.bsfer.! '
Vezetahle n. n.uln.r.A 't, In unancery. up
MitcheU's n\.e S.h'p. ant l rhom-xon's' Eye Water. January 1'!*, h">(). y A jlj BMSY J AT :HAW, John P. Duval in this place known a* BakerN Tantard', ha* I I SjvannahiAunst 3. )51=.0. 3)

M fTtttV Pii:. c iiBitters' and Life PilU Tallill1i1! ser, Florida Complainant, ) now on hand and will keep all kind! of LEATHER!
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Dr.- K I #'* C'nili Syru'>, ---- April -20, 1S50. I 15 Howaid vs Defendant. > CilI for Injiinclion.' (for sjle ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES I I Medical College of Georgia.
GINS. T. B >
(; 'I iie 5tlIl: t'm'* BI tI-r. The ab, ve wdl i ikn COTTOJ[ -- Inad; to order. He has on hand a superior article I'll i HE ANNUAL COURSE of LFCTCIEcommence
the of .
tistarti..n the
(1 Court
IT appearing to ( that T 3i l
rudc !f.'r Lt1' NEGRO SHOES. He would here
? hy I W. G. M. DAVIS doubleil-soleil return
) popul4r I i i on I the fi.at Momhv j in
wl..a L T. B. Howard, I the nofend.nit, due n 't reside in Novtobtr
1 the citizen of Gadsden
and theadj'tinius
his thanks to
SIELIH t'JI.DWIE. JESSE 1 and continue until first vi(
I next Mmh.
,. nrA'lHOX, ATTOKXEY LAW, fhi.Slate,but' intheSateot Georgia : Iii., Ordered.
J'r".I i'' 1 tT qli.'h. : Conntie for their pi-t patronage, and say G M I :WTOI D.-Anatimr.ALEXANDER .
That the Jifl T. B. Howard do and r
I Ii taken his abode al Tallahassee and will I appear! answer .
BXU"'ACTCR. ,
i (;INPaimyrz R. iiji to them I that he will continue to manufacture Leather
& Clark's i : HAS the iid Bill( of in this fiUd I MEANS, M. -Chemistry mi
'lnn's HI th. Courts( the Middle Distiict lnju-icii, care wiihin hi
I Roots and: Shoes, < i Lee Co'tn'y Georgia, I three hi from date hereof ..init it Pharmacy.
P1 \ ( t5| and oi Franklin and Jacks n Counties. moot Onlrrtil He will be
"J : Connlv, near Q-uncy. glad at all lime I. GA
P. M. D.
CLi:4. \TEI 'ut.> all CH-\'tahte-.. I I inform bis fiienJs I and the i"I'I\e :(np. Mirch .I, 1'.">). 9 rti.il a copy ol this order l'uLlishd.unce a wt..k.for exchange anv of the above article for Oak Bark, RVIl' -Miteria Mcdica, Then-
c'rt4Vt' g. "J un" WOULD and Mfdical Jiiri
I'Plllic,
lii of I in | :prudeDce.
I I t lint he continue* I Ihe aln'e 1"I.ill'o at I spi>'c two months newspaper printed
4I.' 0ti r.II Hide, crippled necro bov. *, or his own paper.
P. F.EVE. M. Snwrt.
I. hi old .l. -rehe willbi! happto suipplx McaUEEN McINTOSH in the city of Tallahassee. State aforesaid.TIIOMVS U
'vithlves'T'itiehad I tl..r. and Shoe
'men. PianiS, ffGood Boot makers, ol steady habits,
L. D. }FORD MD.. Invitutes and
') At.. : ; Practice
article. As evidence of the \ Judge.A
I with rale
l" I a Jlrft
.J & I P' !
able ( \4CC "llati ( >" .H ATTOUXEV 1 AT LAW can have employment. Medicine
1'I1e.ah. 111" of his work, hevoulJ state t that (ul of the Irue cop-'th'.f, -
quility
I) C. U.SO.J'r' w. H. MCMILLAN.Tall.iha .
by a.liratio.nio : attend ihf Circuit Courts J. A .\.. M. D.-Obgfetric? and Dwaw
in the Eas'ern OSCAR A. MYERS J Clerk. of
ld him the not has ,
| by *
'l1 .jrye; "'lnhpl S'> past year one WILL -e.Frb'iinty 2. l !O. 4 Iv2ETNA
I. t..H I fail d lo give perlVcf atstaetibn-aiIl, would a< .I.| ; t the United States Ii-tiicl, Limil t at tirie; '''. is-'id 'i 3m I I Women and lulant
---- St. Au!ii-liie,: ; the Supreme Couit at Tallaha-see : II F. CAMPBELL. M. D.-DemonstratorofAa.
iiameol \vhn hai one of his ;
one INSURANCE COMPANY
GUN S M fl I r h .1 ;: G. It're".I., U.pivcllie. lie a iii'iteiidina any; to enlarge lii'pstabli and ii.i-eet1te Claims lur citizens 1 in any ptrt of Flur- i Jefferson Circuit Court. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT.[ I a I o!V

Iltla iic-inisi tile (;Jtivctnnviil at Washinglon, eitinr I, ROBERT CA MPIIELL,M. D.--\' ::santDrmea.st .
I[ ineiit conssd'-rah'v I tiiis year:l b> xv'ilch' : moans he will Ahrtin Palmer,
,t r.n.. nt I b.-fore Congress or at I the Dt mf-"Is. Stork! and Cotton in Ware-house! I .
} patl :
: WR' r t II .i 1 he enabled ti til: order* (which la feiii" he was 'It, rt.Calharine BUILDING i
GU"l.SrO tj ,..h av i} in t 1 loss Clinical Instruction win be given as heretofore
". : \ddieJacksonville, East I Florida. by
...' Pr :i5! '41d I| able to d >) with Gins, il'po<.ible. s>i: eri"rio an> e"- F.lli and Charlotte A. Pirih. firLEWIS' I
.
tit t'l'u.ni, .,r. : .h'l! > I n :1\ d .r !I.. Y"I) b', :1 :iII sell residence of James .
lo I.'t..of L. Parish .
i to If( 1 ic.o.Garden. 3 A .ol TaIhJ: .I'P. f.lor t lie Entire course It 115 00
Paiticulatpatrnnajeof I "I..I I II t ;un; : tc" ('uUt: ;.'. orders, a. i j that eveiy year's experience enables him a \VILLIAM H. BRADFORD, Iny debt due Complainant. ?l. fricuat! ion, (taken once) 5iflDtmonsfialion
4tJ I" ii'iici! .d .I I little better article. Seeds.
;H eIrcd. -., ". Bi-inja: practical nu'rhatiir. and withal,di-mined Office first! Door tt'est t of Jude Biillzcll's. T: this cail,". it appearing from the I.ill which wa- Ticket (optional) 10 Oj
lor I.ols '
filed i i Jell"raou Circuit Court' on the 71h Ilay! ell t avortnvnf? of fresh GARDEN SEEDS n.1.: NEWTON.M. D.: aa.An'ru4 .
1 1HL DE'flLLV. 'I\ but Gi'*"01 I ihevt-ry fir-t cb.s "li.illl.Mnan- Mv :21S'') 20 ALRGH ,
T.1.hi4 ". 1.,. :2*, 1 .hi'foil 1* ?a'oi-j'vvairat.tiii I t IhU _'_. _n. __ _ ___ __._ April JS.V), whicn bill verileil by atndtvit ofCom- vP} 'tri'm the celebnted arden of G;: 10. IS-V,._31 -It
nfa..Iptn< : plainant, that Ietendlbt I Catharine Killlesiilrs R. Garrts: nou Lon Island. For sale b)

I 'X-ii 'ttl idEDIC k-\L -- j ,"r.i.nne. .'vcr them the.i .atisfaCllotl tree ff charge ol I Ihe to I'ulcw..r.: ,ers 1 Her ul Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c. beyoitd Ihe limits of the Slate of FloiiJj, namely in LEWIS & AMES.Januin I Flour, Rice, &c.

D 'ail t lei. -\tion. purCI< the State Alabama : 5, 1S50. 57A revived pr Schooner W. R. Fetfw, (nn
LIVER Jr
T"CO OIL .. : NASH & TAYLOR // is therefore Oril-rrJ, be mule .
it. ncnls made with 'lii" travelling! .\zpnl". TJull'uJ1ic.lilln --- I a New Orlean,
tPJJII.
lEFlt: /i., Lie onre ,,t "(r'lf'lh. ('.'.o'imNiin J 1 .\ nsiieu <: Proprietor at Pjlmyra, s-hall bet "TUULI resiecJlully, inform Iheir in some newspaper in Tall iIiasiee, Florida I'oi tour i Icoliolic: Ilxtrnct: Ca.lluabi'a Ziulus.Collodion E\tr-t St Louis Family Flour new wheat
Rbeuu.f .' HMU : ; months S'JCCP"aivd reipiirin saul Catherine Ellis or Liipiid Adhesive Plaster It 'a .. .
_ --t'Ull. hitl -\ph. > order,' to |It ti to. i : and the public, that they Siiperfint-
\\J (;u. .( ( ;Ii ::' : Id Lm: ":' A ""; \: I Ilrllml\11'. atlenJeit ;rly done in the most durableRepairing have jU.1 t received a new supply III l oods to plead, answer, or demur to jid bill, on ,>r oefure Philotoken, Nervine Carolina Rice, Srr Candle.
r I the first Monday in Spternberneitt.ir I the aame will Nerve and Bone Liniment. Fir sale by Assorted Tobacco
aid aIl4i..eaa 'Ie ,ja4 "I't" '. .twh'I tjc- strop.nvttcr. consisting i of Medicines, Perfumery, Candy Chewing
Iti. t.l thi< valuable tnr. "n"rur. .,'ulJI '. I tor the sac of rha"ran Soaps, &.c., &c, which. added lo their former betaken: pro 1.0, and" st l d>>.vn for hi-aiin;; fxpnrtc SHIELDS St. GOI.IIWfRE. Double r.'erlihVd: WhNkey.

i warranted "ur au>l ul .f .. .1.,". !n- '1e .is i-TM Ant "N 10H'F POWER: SU- -tol:k, not long since received makes their aisoil- at Ihe Fall Term of siid Cum! June 15, ISoO. 23 than QiiincvFIa. She*. Caps. &.c fir ->ale cheap by

I. Fr ute '>> LI}"a". --FU. I lav! '*;j," ',Co.N; Q.VST IRu :.d Fl-.rida. ment nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen that THOM.BALTZELL, Judge, &'. -uzmr 24. IS-V S3 A. E. HOT.

Mtv '2. .'t -JO TiIl.t': .. I; I; \it !MIL'LS in Sotrl: -tPT. Travelling! Auenls.o do not wish te purchase Medicines, can call and examine May- 7, 1S30.< Tin Manufactory.

., .'liactscar.tetuatiJ iny -) t to the:co t antIfoirnatioovted11tli our stick of Perfumery, Soaps, &c. A true cOIH'-TIt. ; en aged additional workmen we are Family Groceries.

Fruits, &c. rfu. d I hv. adilress- May 4, 1S:0. 17 C. r.. f'irp:, Clerk. HAVING to fill all orders in our line in a iiipply ol SusaM. Spice Vineear.ir,
A. I. Ihese mills can b-* oMaiiileratiou ------- Mav 1 II. IS:". IS 4m AFRESH
OHiFS., my ol t prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from received per Laura Jane, and fnr sale
RAISING."pS. \ -Imyra, Lee Cout.t\* .Georgia S. S. Knight the connliy will receive inimed'ate attention. Ai by MeNAUGHT & ORilOND.
In Attachment.
,:, ONIONS, I! me at P. ',Q. 1'2 1 1' ___ ILL continue business at his old Bland wherehe liberal discount given to tnercha .Is and dealers.' Newport. An'i4.. l lso 31

a ml POTATOES> March 30.1.1 -* WI hopes wait on such of his, friends as have Albert Best wick: ) T.WHITE&.CO.June .

\CKEREL in lull bmel and kills, : qcncy of .. heretofoie! extended so liberal a patronage pturnilIii. r.t. > Debt ?S1 C7. 0, IS4!. 23 Notice.

1'JCKLED BEEF TONGUES, o. "BRATZDEDICflTh.. '' i that all hall have John UOil(. J
.' good arlichsat lair prices. having ilaims the fitalecl
J JU received au J fur *dl,UyJJ.1N 1 ]R.) FITCH'S CELL. -,, rclo,ul- E"IfCloaut.. 'n 'ril 2". J 1S4'J., 17 THE defendant nnd all other persons interested Court of Probate. ALL.persons,rn Holcomb. late of Leon against County, dif used
take notice of the
institution
McDOUGALL. of th -a'.ove!
.
IULM0.lBALSA "e and \ : Sr.rgor FLORIDA AT CHAMBERS. .
s. are n.-tifird to pr- f nt them to the undem'gwd
Hccf'm1lr ',n. 181 Q :) I l I. pulmonary Lmin.friit 1'u 'uro, Nerrll-.o; \ Vt-r- L"con, Pork, and Flour. nil in Jefferson Circuit Court, by attachm'-nt and Washington County. }J March 8.15:0. within'hehime' prescribed by law or this notice sill

:iver Oil, Anti-Dj pctic| Mix ''vrr'cr41flhAr: appear and ,1"31110 the dr-cUrati filed in Id; case, the mailer of Sinn Smith Gu rdian of Roberto ,
j'M ASIDES. AND SHOULDHRS TN be plead in bar; and Ml persons indebted! tl.said ev
Pain Killer. Sjrup, Heart v P HII, .\rn, I It on cr before t the n-xt Fall Term of ""II I Court.
II niire, Depurative Penalc B :.1"11 [rrk. o 1-:. R'iss, minor heir of Robert Russ, deceased: tale will make immc-riiatepain,
I supnly.t PlrryO t C Airrcclot.Cou li and Cathartic Pill,. cotiMant'y"cm 10 ton ret- .& Louis Flnnr. CAR WAY SMITH, Qn the petition ol Stephen J Roche and James M. G. C S. JOHNSON, Adnibistralor.AuzusP21lSW ? .

AFRESH aud tor *ale t tV i.'PainKierjupl j[ Specific, ;.C'c u.-j i by In. tnieni 11; 20( t. Schooner W. R. Pelles. and for July'L I 2-1; Attonu-y; tot PUinlifT.r,0. Lung, securities, praying i tnat Slim Smith. Guaidiant 33 M'Notice.
wi'Ii unprecedented I Hiicctsin I the jr L'i- Jii.t r.ceiv per 3m
Wi'UTfi 'md -t iU be to give securitiesin
T. &, CO., A clts. J. M. .UU.L.IAM5. : atnresaidrnay required new -
Novel ber 17, !S4'J. 4: j I II'j T.tJ". CouI1. C..lhlln/pli.IO% .ttlrua K .. na-- [ ?;, ( |IIY .. lieu of petitioners, or in default thereof, that said .

,_ ; l.a"II. b.ipeiia. Scrotula, skin Iise-s. R.. '\ I I .1,111. ', 14((. _-_________________ Notice. Smith he removed from said Guardian hip: It appearing SHALL make to the Ja&e
I I ism. Female mipUinK.. Pile, S.c.. *.c. n A LL persons hiving any claims or demands of lo |t"p satisfaction of this Court that said I application.by petition

Nails. Dr Fitch's uuij
DA KE1S Asa-.van aid Fall! Kivei Cut NdUjt 1' .l.itniu-al' Supporters; ; Dr. FitcliV I linprnVKJ Patent t -s.bscriUershaveonha I ,, &\iO hundred and Robert Larkins, deceased, are hereby requested to of Robert Hu"". deceased resides beyond the limit October Term cf Madison Circuit (Court. lor Iea eto
: EOrdliflg
John
sell the real ol the bte J
estate
OLreceived and for sjl('InMcNit1G1T *t:rl S.iriuj: : Shoulder Kracc; Dr. Fiicl/n Silver In- I "I t. "UuCesot Ul'liateot' .. .III", : ,hirh they present I the same lo rue within t the t lime prescribedby of the State of Florida but in one of the States of adiateOf) "
1 Qi' and b'-in in the County of Madison
: 5i ORMOND.NVwnrt. lialing TuJe. fh.. 'd liiecl I train tl.e manu. (I"r r", and Uw, otherwise they \\ill be fonvr hatred.: the United States, to wit: me State of Mi'sis,ippi, Florida J. JOHNSTON,
Anril I 3. lV.t. I 14 1 ub., ,'". '11'. RANGES LARKINS. that: notice of said
be served
)me o petitioners cannot
nt j II ,10 b!, a ,,IIieiior >rfj. > Guardian ol infant heirs (ef J. J. Boyce.Aui"t2t,1SO. .
INSTITUTE. DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED! SIX LF.CTURKS; I hey will v. "ri.. ,d our IIt.1('k ''o 1, LJru' aTVe .I & "Ir. Administratrix on I he estate of R Larkins.'t. upon him i. I .!3 4t

MEMPHIS on t tile "ren'lIl i. n filth Cut e oj C.mi"iuiiti| iiui, A-llnua % have I'L lwjt II,and are 1Irl'P'|. rcJtorxrb: AIIn 1 1.)1': ) 31)Notice)_ w* It is ther'fore Ordrt eJ, That the said Sion Smith,

MImCAL OfIHTJIXT.TJn Disedes of the Heart &.C., ant on the methyl I tines by rtn-ut/nHi UuCta, v/jat.au, ) or rth., I, I Guardian as aforesaid appear and answei said petitioners Leon Circuit Court.

regular clurae of J.clurtl in this Int-titoU-, pre!eivni2 H--allh and Beauty to a'i old a:.?. This .rders lor articles > 'J 0111 terms.nfl within cur months frtm the date of the

itl commence on lilt November, and book should be in cv i> family. To Ihe Consumptive Ihe most accoumi'htn.,. et due & us forlh 1 -t tat'r'by given given I that al the next session 01 I the first publication of this order, or tile said petitionwill Smith & Armstead. }

continue until the la&t CI t February. The Anatuini- it points out |lht' only rriiiKiHfflWchope for relief. We have, also a few ac.""""!. ) in .ma1 larIlur.ti.1 I 1 Genes "*1 A-wembly of the State III Florida, appliin be tdken as c(1l1fl''f'd. and the prayer thereof r.,. > In Chancery.

- cal Deprattnent will be op.-n and ready to receive To m.>t'u-r' ", the direct iom it niv<>! for I Ihl' care and .rear IS 19. They are gen 'rail) "I ly jj H.oad) o t'al WIt( N*!nailt') fl>r an act of i incorporation fir granted : Provided, That a copy of this order be Croon and Otl.ers. )

ntuJenl by the frt ot October. The Medical! Deiartment education children arc invaluable. 7SUOO. () c"pie.\\ but if the whole could be pai.'i(' shot 'ich< tie eWe. : L onLods ', No .l.O.ofO.F. published oncea week for four months in some newspaper O N motion "f Pelerdant a rule is prantfd tfcfna !

- ] will be I he direct i i.t cflbelollowing tlf( tdii b'lOk have pas.<-d through the pre>>!, lar towards Ii.1uid.itingceitain 'Ims vLE.VIS\ o\f E J. ;yXYLES LAKER. Secretary. published within the State of Florida.WASHINGTON pra\rd for,.requiring Cnol.lainar.I:51UIII'

I ile continue, unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch &. : it July 20. t<'j.?". ;f2_ZlH_ TABOR, ploy counsel to prosecute the' said suit 00 tic .lDf

IROnllonl. Cu., 707 ruadII'W Yoik, and bv June, 1 15.10. 22 Judge of Probates Washington County.. the first dav of the text, term of the Circuit Court,
of .
/. FREEMAN I. D Anatomy.U. II
.1ruftIIC SHIELDS GOLDWIRE. --.--.- i Notice April 27, IS50. 16 4m tr beheld in this County on the fourth A ) idaj
S. N twTO.v. M D- Profl..IUr el SurKtry. S..1fes. I October next : Prodded, however That netic"1
.
and Quincy Florida.f Refrigerators and Meat :bt' ibi/ at the mecliX'of Ibe next Legualuie
II. J. HULCE. M. I.) Piofcssor of Theory Practiteof { given this rule be served |
Medicine.V. f : Dr FilcV Guide to Invalids,' r Directions) ll to T ANDING from Bark "Llewellyn" ana-so, lmentJJ at the &M of Florida, qp.-lication 1 will Notice to Turpentine Makers, upon the CCf'plair.anlorII'tof ol tM
them
\ (hal POWTLL, M D., Prr.fesvDr of 1'hysiuli.gy, of persons all 'lit"using Apenls.June Dr..Fitch's Rcmedicti,to be had,graft, of the above named articles for ale bvMcXAUGHT ;if,,e n. ''we' by a CxHapany |of the arani navigable o' a charter, from to OR to any person who may wish to enter into the newspapers personally.ol thi State or ptiblfcbtti for one month! in some consecutive
I I and OciiU J iveri
ORMOND.Newport. Wa.cis
Patholofiv Y. Mineralogy II.d Geology. IS'iO. 21 than & make I hlJiin "!. A jrounsf man, wilh a family who ly. August 15, l.jO..
15. of the
- J KING, M. D., Professor of Matn Mt-Jica.. Theripeuttci ----- June 2!. IS.Vi.NewGoods'. I h. mUll,-flte OeiHa lott< heat waters ( has had several! years experience in making Tuipen. THOMAS B.-\L TZEI.L. Julgt.

and Medical Juiiqirndmce.J.MILT I SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE WCl"'' tine, in (he vicinity of Wilmington, N. C.. and who A truecopv-Attest.
253m
"N SA SfERI. A. MI D., Professor of I just t received a lame mid general' a.*oll.| Jerler. ..n Couy.JulyW.aaM._, -- understand (lie |process thoroughly, wishes lo take OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerlr.

Chrruiiitry)' anJ Pharmacy) I I HAVE of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Per U Llewellyn11 from New-York. Notice charge of a business. the ensuing Fall, where a sufficient August 17. IS?'. 32 4t
I). Profe ol Obstctricc and
J. A. WaL.ONt. or
number of hands are employed to JJld; him -
Oils and Stuffs which I they willeli SPERM OIL, 20 kegs arid I kegs Rifle
Paints Dye ,
'
1 1CLsqUE ewrdcrsigncdAdininisIx -
Diiece f Women and Childicn.Medicine. BEST .I
t> cash .b. ri.. a libt'ralnlarv. or an interest in Ihe business. For Attention Planters.I .
Whale do ,
in the wist icasonahle teim lor or approved Powder, morthsai >.J ( Fisher, will ,
LJCTCREJI.; I credit. Persoiuwishinjjueuuineunadullerated m.dicinen 44 Laid do 200z.Sup.Sulp.Quiuifle, LJ Irators of I the ."""e i. 'OK"iothrJudeol f present Leontheir further partico'ar, address W. II. H., Madison C. HAVE j just t received per Brie Ociila, 110.111

.-ProfeHw'r II. J HOLCK.Smgrry. I will do well to call and examine their snck a' Linseed do EnglUh Calomel t I final I account ann ,'nue"'a.hazgn !rum. stIjd ell- H Middle Florida. SOLID SWEEPS: and TURN PLOWS. ; .

.-Prof.-esor l K. S. NKWTOS": 1 before purchasing eUewhere. Cantor do M'Munn's Elixir"r(Opium Probate Courl,Jnd a"k k.a t.lale. i June 15, I 1S30. 23 3m examine for .%our>elves. .

Z. FUEOIAN M. D Anatomical Demonstrator. Quincy, June 15, I IbW. 23 tlJan 44 do (in bollles) Sal Soda, Potash .*rI, I JAMES B. GAMBIK.

The fees for a lull course of t Lectures amount t to 4Olive Oil. French &EiiKli hMuslaid. R W. flSI } dr.a'u. i Bacon, Flour, &c. .Anuat )10 t';/. 31
one hundred and five dollars. Peas. 44 Tanner'rt du Allspice, Pepper Ginger. W. 1-:: fS111. -

Each Profe.t.oi'n ticket S I 15. Marticulator's $5. irv BUSHELS of.PEAS fur sale by 44 Sweet do Indigo, Alum Salt lelre, Julv 20. 1 1"5H. 2S flu __ JUST received per Schr. W. R. Plte from New Notice

Demonstrator's Ft't10. Gmduation fc-J. l() S. S. KNIGHT. Furniture Van.i, Wriling Ink", .au'd.brands General
Those desiring luilher information will please ad. June 2-2. :S50. 24Dr. Coach do Dal lev'. Pain Extractor, Notice.SIX Clear Bacon Sides, IS hereby given Ihnf al lie next session of Ihe

j dre i their letler*
dent arriving in the city will please call cm him at t D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, Lend Turkey Opium, Judge of Probate in and f IlIr flt. .iton Sbgar Cured Ham, made f.>r an act.of incorporation 'for the PUf'pOiP I ,

the Commercial Hotel. R S. NEWTON. ( fPIUSING his Expectorant Hair Tonic Al- 100' bags assorted Shot Muce/Nutmegs. Count),for aducharge from any further admini 3. Rid Coffee, ol const rue I ing: a Plank Road Inn All'PfuirColumbia bD..rSt.l1ar1J '

Dean ofihe Faculty. C terative. Hair Dye, Carminitive Balsam Tonic i iVermifuge Per same Vessel, ticdon I the estate 01 Charles Laing deceased,late ot While\ Wine Vinegar, Cr.unh. to seme point .n the JONES St. (

LAW D EPA RIM ENT.: ,So1ualive PilU and Aipie Pills for sale b) A few barrels Northern Flour,II lancy brands' ," Benton County, South Florida. u. I Mackerel, River JAMES S. jeetiE.

SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, Also, a lew superior Cross Cut and Mill Saws. C. JENKINS, Lea. Lard, President of the !
Hon. E. W. M. KIG, Profesuor theory and pracI J. B. ALLEN, } Adm'rs flxtra i5 LuuAKlonr? Missouri Mills, Ausn-t I'. IS50. 31 3mNotice
of Law. June I 1.5, IS53 tlJn Quincy Fla.DI' Per "W. R. Pettes" from New Orleans, -
June 22. I IS5 1. 24 4 m Colgate Soap, for sale by
Bacon Sides
JOHN DF.LAKIELD, I'rofciisor of Commercial Rice Lard,
25 A E HOC.
W-
EJ S. roxvsuuiid'ft Mtr2>uparilla. 44 Shoulders, Flour, July 27,1J
Jariiprudence. Sands do. Notice.StX hereby given that application will bt iiwteII I
Dr. 44
IIani.
M"l
IS
0 Session. II" iI,
TERM S per
*- >
Dr. Wood's duo Mess Pork, Sugar.' Months' after the date cf this nolice I will Plow Iron the General Assemblyi..| the latf'orflofldJ"k
All communication pettaining lo thi.department Dr. Bull'. do. mv vouchers and account to the Hon. its next session fur acts ot! incorporation *'

taunt be addressed to C- W. M. K'NG! Fxj.Ihe Dr. Com.tock't do. ON HAND, Judge of Probate for Leon County for a final settle- A N assortment of wide Iron, say 8,9, and 10 in- roads from the city of Tallahassee, one lo Them*'

,Ilenpb, ., Feb. 2S, 1s5), Dr. Comstock' Pain Estraclor. Gin Rand Leather, Oil Carpet & Rubba Cloth ment and discharge from the Estate of Dr. I. D. ches.suitable for Plows, received per Schooner ville and Monticfti( .f'T1t to Quincy,ar.d oDe I to fltnt
,
For ale by SHIELDS t GOLDW RE. Lining Skins, for carriages,&c. Newton, late of said County,deceased. \bell and for sale by point on the Sr. Marks river.
and Call do. For sale tIcNAUGHT & ORMOND.
h Faculties, for intellectual abililie, moral June I\I 3St O. 23 lUan Quincy Fla. Cip byJ PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r. I I T'hl.iha.aoe. Aiiit I', 'flfl .tm 11 _
will M. WILLIAMS.June Newport. March 9, IS.oFlour.. 0
hand profeksionable compare
"01 I acquirement March 23, 1WO. 116mNotice.
favorably with (Ihe distinguished l in our(country. New Books.A 29. 150. 25 State of Florida.

- : The Medical' faculty constitute an anomaly selection of the Novels ol the dav, to. COURT. IN cHANCElT-
FINE Blacksmithlng.rpHEundemgned GAOSDF.N CIRCUIT -
other -all of them are able lecturer supply Family FLOUR just received .
country
or any \ petber with many other, Much as Brucea Life month after the first publication of (his no AFRESH :
and teacher respectfully infirn SIX "LI wellyn, and for sale by : Asa Bather, )
w
tht i1 HumboldtV Travels Rambler in Mexico Jaine E. Bioome
,
and Travel. I shahlapplytothellon. Bill for Divorce.
Those will contemplate cur geographical petition the public generally that, having MeNAUGHT & ORMOND. M.
f J' and the extent of our population can have no Loa Gtingoa, &c.. for sale byMeNAUGHT & ORMOND. employed a superior Horse $hoer, he is Judge pf Probate for Leon County for a discharge I. Newport June ?9, 1S50. Sarah Barber. ) ..b1'> fi.
of the of
doubt In the legibility of our eiiuation for an enlerpri now prepared to execute ail work in (bit line Ins from the administratorship estate George TT appearinit lo the .alifactiVn of the Crnr dr-
- l Newport. April 13, IbM. 14 Young.dtct'aled. late of Leon County, Florida. i 'filed that Sarah '
.eoflhekint.I Ato health, i including 'st. superior manner, and on usual terms. DAVID D. YOUNG, Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c. davit in Ihiscase rbfr.JJlendant.residebejond f .

eons of Ihe year, "' deny that ANY OTHER CITYJiAIORE Water. F. PAYNE. pieces and half pieces t thejunsdiclionof Sale j Clf
- ( Saratoga JuneSO.JSOO. 25 If Atlm'r. of George Young. deceased. BAGGING, nti.f tne State-f! Florida] ar.d wilhwft*
March 16, )*;JO lu 6m Twine, That the said S.tw" dOlI'
Water just It M Ordered
Congress re-
DOZEN
: A common error exut* in the ,nindiorman, stu- (quartO Ge.rIa; : of 'ID-
medicine )0 ccived and for ale byMcNAUGHT Goods at Cost Rope, answer, or demur to said bitt
tints to Ihe place of *'tuding ; Great Bargains Bacon Sides and pt'ar.l'lrad. .
fllatu. Notice. Ham
fifl
Saul
Si ORMOND. -nlh.or
4 within three

s the thone Westand' South practicing should ceitainly amfnll the educate di"ea"(themelve ol- Newport, April 13. IS50 14 J.pHE MERCANTILE subscriber being BUSINESS deairom in of this CLOSING rily will hill SIX months after date I application will be made] Lard Allum and and Flour Ground new Alum wheat Salt, pro plaint tMtlaaanilt aid tfefefluf net, 1'jltbat term'"j ?|,ud ht

the .
| Faculty are 'iractic lly the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon Count) cause b* tlet forbearing at { tsj.J
eh ," ( ac. entire STOCK GOODS
at a hOf for sale at COST hu of Table Salt.
._ with those diueasesThat IPHE Quincy Hale and Female Academy offer klncU., both FANCY and STAPLE; for Utter of di"inis ouianted of all WILSON.
1 7lh. Tim econd session con-iilinR D., C. Orderr. That Ibis ,.
be natinfied of the re-opened January White deceased late of said County. ifutthtr .
the public may 'pcrmananer Clothing, Roots and
GOODS Ready-made Angus! "I. 1S50. 'n
DRY M ?
June 6th. Students may enter at SAMUEL C. WHITE Administrator.May .hed in pnMic I.\\.partr rrantt 1t-
of thi* *chool. we feel it cnir duly lo slate, thai will commence Shoe Hardware Groceries, and all olher Goods li some that t Ibe cc lPJ.a .
the and,after the second week 1SSO. week for three month. >,.and
6m
Trustee and Faculty (form UNIT in action I anytime during year hand for tale in Ibis market. MERChANTS IS, 10 once a
Ihft'
: imuallv on S'ee"ds.A
kept Garden .
;t which iueur well for ifs future ,nrtfI'; and thai ofihe seuion they will Le charged only from the TLA NTKRS: and FAMILIES dwirousof ant take tetitorly t.n the cause.I3ALTZELL Jg o

- internal' organization which connecli I time 01 entering. Board may be had at price var)'. do well to rail, anti examinehis Mackerel. FRESh supply of'Garden Seeds, suihble for ThOMAS '
the peculiar purchuin.HIUI" !
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ijlO' month. For further !purlieu fall receive? mod for sale by A true COPT :Attest,
&l'S to gardens just
1 them. cannot be interuI.ted. ing from per which be obtained stock l (as it u entirely new,) belore purchasing I and 2 in bbls.. i bbl,.. and j hhls. for LESTER irk
1 E M. W. RrXG. lars see printed catalogue, may elttcwher S. PBtlRNIiY.. N rile by g: S KNIGHT. McNAUGHT( & OKMOND, R. C. 31l ,m
f to N. H. STFAVAUT.'Jan Ntwporl AugMst 21, l&oO.; 33 A''t t 10. 3M.
__h President of the Paru" application? T..Uuba"eer July 21, 1SO. 20 June 59: 1S50. 25
3 Principal.
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