The Floridian & journal
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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 21, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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ADDRESS t FROM MAJ.\ BEARD.) ; is the richt: of each citizen of each and every slavery ; ll.ese haws: nrr ssil! in force in Cali- ed, and with !scarcely a disguise, devised for Mr. Cabell and Major Beard on Disunion.Mr. Fr.m.the Jlndmt City- ,; :

Stale to reside; with his properly/of eicry de. Curia: all New jl.exic-o, and we will not repeal tle nrin.jioUvon' of the man and the confisca- in his letter lo Gov. Brown, Good Ilewl-Glorious1ews t:i
within such territorv.Resolved them bm if choose to enter into suchan linn of the Ca1JtJ
Rcriplion ; yon And who have .the Frl'p I t
To the Freemen of Florida. 2d. That in their opinion the arrangement we will do this-ire wi lake : soilers prfy. on this ing'orious assault speaking of the "passage of a 1\1 degrading Prospect of Payment fIt Indian Losses. l' r

nl1olt' CL'=rn- : Compromise, known as the Missouri Compromise California hud New Mexico ; we wi I lye.1 upon the national jurisprudence and the constitutional lo our section," (the Wilmot Proviso,) says, is with no ordinary pl'asuretn.e: present l; '

.. As I am a candidate to represent you in the ," having been entered into by ,the tiough Texas 'lo make two more free soil ; rights of the South ? A statesman in in such an event, the Union WILL and TO the our readers, the letter glorious news contained In t"i. '

r, next (Ingress,nnd cannot see all of you, 1 lake National Congress, under mutual concessions. Slate, (if you, of the South will help us 'to pay front I among the foremost an eminent jurist, SHOULD be dissolved, and we should be pre. followin the Hon. D. L.from Yulee.our indefitigab'eSenator : F

v 1 t thill a method to communicate with )ou. should hp sarredhiobserved" and tian'tlild. /for itj) and we wi past a law requiring! run'uway one of the great lights of tile land, who has have in that Unexpectedly : :i.
There are just now two great subjects thai in forever; upon the Union. negroes the lice Slates lo be givenup made the ancient Black Letter and EnglUb pared. we jt a hope some day or other :

Micros the attention of FloiidianR, one of ;Rrsolrrt 3d. That in the event the "Mis. if their masters will.convince of abo. Common Ithe study ot a lifetime ; who Let those who are turning up the whites of our citizens who have suffered so much from ;a .
aJlrJ the Indian will have their losses .
which concerns us Chiefly, the other concerns Compromise" shall he violated by our litionists that slavery is cOI8i the has held \ith Edward Coke and all the iheir eJf'a with horror and amazement at Mnj. What : Oasis this repaired.- fx. :\ t
a refreshing is
tIt whole Union. The one is the condition of Northern brethren, it will be the duty of the laws of God, and that the negroes are slates Feudal ts from porlt's malboo through a I Beard's preference of secession to the Clay that for the last t months, have to earn
e relations: the other i is the the and that the claimants the real owner:. : distinguished seven heard of ,::
our Indian slaverycurstum. Southern representation to CIIJack upon are career, up a mature old age, Surrender Bill, meditate on the sentence from
nothing but
I shall }begin with the latter. constitutional ground of equality justice ; This, fellow citizens, is the substance of the that in nil trials; for life or for freedom, the ticinage fJrefoinl Congress infringement upon 10''' '. k
r The design i of the Constitution of the Uni. and should ihe Constitutional barrier prove in. famous Compromise" lo which w(must consent : nf the. facts must be the forum of the which Mr. Cahel, in his late! circular, our rihs.; This bill in company with see.., ki ,

jed States as asserted in the preamble, was"to sufficient to secure to us an equal inheritanceand or lIe called traitors. ..Irla; I mean the scholar, the jlris.clnrll, fays expresses hi' sentiments now." Incase ral oilier touching the private interests of :,c/. .* .'

form a more perfect union, establish+ justice privileges of freemen, then to withdraw For one I will never agree to aiy such statesman, Senator We'' ster II :acnl. of the passage of the Proviso, Mr. Cabell says the many of our citizen is waiting the action of( i ';.
House of
Insure dJm 'tic trRIq'llllitJ'' ," k *. fiom the National Congress, and return to terms ; they may cal m(traitor, di inionist.or fel,. What a contrast is here, to the lofiy not alone that he would prefer disunion to i its Representatives : :'.. ..

t Are these objects promoted by the conduct their constituents.At what they please ; would! resist to the ** last ., eminence he stood on but a few months ago;, I I adoption, hurt in case of its adoption, he advises WASHINGTON, Aug. 24, 1850. .v..,.\ ,

of ihe Northern States: ? Is j justice done lo the the next succeeding session Gov. Mose- extremitv." when in the presence of the nation, he arraigned I disunion. The Union will and hull be dis DnR Sin.-I send you a copy of a very .t' t.

Smith bv encouraging !i'i r slaves to runaway, Icy again, in his message, adverted to slaveryagitation. The Southern States hive taken it length- the North's aggressions, plead the I important and valuable bill orderedby a large fl .
and bv protecting them instead delivering their proper stand: ; from this they cannot re. I South's wrongs, and implored from the justiceof solved'hat! then, is the difference on this rate to he e" rosst'd. As ii ia a bill of great 4

them up ? Or is i it done I bv efforts to exclude This part of the message was responded! lo cede without immediate disgrace, and ultimate Congress, the enactment of Affective provisions point between him and Major Beard ? The I interest' to the citizens of Florida> I have to i, '

Southern men from Territories which they h by, the passage of the following r resoluiions, II ruin. The cause is t common cause ; one to enforce the plain guarantees of ibe Wilmol Proviso, though more insulting, is less I ask )"u will published it for their information ''':,
iheir and blood without } State if she wished, Conitulion: for the and I trust it will find 'the favor in the House w
I helped to acquire by treasure ? both Houses of the .hsel\Ij uppoi S"'lllfr' cannot separate protection security of injurious to the South (ban the Clay Bill : for same :,
b domestic tranquility promotea lay attacks on tioii : destiny from that of her neighbors; theyare the property-rights: of the citizens And what\ I of Representatives which it received in the :1:: ,

t our characters, and spoliations! tm our pioper- bound together by ties, which no powershort is devised a the great healing measure of the Proviso only proposed to deprive us of the Senate, y1

W tr; bv seditious speeches, papers, and pamph Resolutions relative to the question in controversy of Omnipotence can sunder. rf'mpdialjlstice 1 A reference of all the casesto whole of the Territory acquired from Mexicoby Yours rf'sppr..fiJlIy.. '0.
between the North and
lets I t designed to excite our slaves lo insurrec. RClth. Fellow citizens, we all cherish a habitualand I fdnatic juries impannelled from the very the late war, while the Clay Bill, in addi D. L. YULEE, .'. '

lion Resolved by the Senate and Ifmsc nf Rep.rcsenlaii hereditary)' love for the Union : but it is.. !sympathizers who have prompted the injury tion to robbing us of all this, proposed to takeaway Editor ANCIENT CITY. ..

The seditious attacks referred lo, have res of the Stale of Florida in General the. Union that our sirEs bled for-an Union and wrought .the wrong, and whose plighted .
from third of Texas.In .
not been confined to a few mad men, but for Assembly convened, Thin as friends of .the I of equal rights-an Union to promote the principle of organized fellowship it i is, that man us me- A BILL to extend the tenefits of the Act to ,

years it Inns been the custom of several Northern Union, we view with most serious alarm the general welfare-not that. of a particular section can have no lawful properly in man, and the his speech, the sentiments" of which regulate intercourse with the Indian tribes ;'

State authorities transmit lolhe independent course of our Northern brethren in relation to.I' J ; an Union 'to secure "domestic tranquil ,I only is>ue to t the jury is, whether the captured he .nme" entertains, Mr. Cabell said : and to preserve peace on the frontiers, approved :'" '

coequal sovereignties of the South., insulting 'question of slavery-a course which, maik- |lily" and not one to wjwfe us to the horrors of!I fugitive is ihe slave property of the person But, sir, I care not whether Congress !! the 30th June 1834, to the people of "u.

resolutions, expostulations, and remon. ed by unkindness, wrong insult and injury f scrrile (negro) trr/r, excited by those who I who claims him !I" the constitutional power or not to exclude us the Stale of Texas and others. .

trances on the subject of slavery. has already to a {, : extent, I ought to be our f iends.I But the error is of no consequence in reference 'fiom our common .territory. The exercise of That the provisions of the act entitled. ,

In his message to ihe Assembly' in 147, weakened the bonds which note thl'1 and us I love ihe Union with a reasonable affection. to tie goorl faille of the '* Cutnprcmiie.: thai power is against right and justice, and 1 An Act to regulate: trade and intercourse ;; '.

Gov. Moseley directed the attention of that -which],, if persisted in, in the same spirit, not with 1 servile or fuper>ti.ioiis reverence, as The great Lexicographer, JoJI.SOX, sap : I t shall resist it as strongly as though it was with the Indian Iriles and lo preserve peace '. '

body to the ag tat ion respecting slavery ; and ran only terminate in further alienation, and i some great invisible deity. I I lore it fll the A compromise is a compact or bargain, in i'palpably and admittedly u1consti mal. 1 on the frontiers, approved June BO, 153-1. shall

as parties; were then preparing for lh" ensu. the inf'illilt dissolution of the cnnlederacy.JrcoJred !en.itl it HAS "bestowed on us, and con l i I which some concessions are ?made on cpch 't 'il resist such a laic or th abolition t of slavery and ihe same are hereby declared lo bo '

ring presidential I election, I foresaw what was That the recently acquired lerrito.rv tint to love it (till it ceases to bestow beincs,1 side." in the Dittrict of Columbi o- the slave :. applicable in all respects to cases of Indian Ibe I-; .

evident to every man who read public .journals having been purchased by blood and treus'ure and becomes the destroyer of our peace : Now no one can assert that the Compro-- trade between the States, or Slates, whatever I depredations committed in Alabama. Georgiaand

that t the sacnquestion! would he the prominent which bpi full proportion was contribu. aft!!. Should I live to see that resul, I would muse Bill" made any concession to the South, may be the decision of the Supreme Court Florida, subsequent to the 1st day of Jan.

one in the approat I.ingcontest. ted by the Sou.h: she and her sons are entitled hate the Union and I would in spirit, I unless the provision i for the delivery of runa. as to the powers of Congress. Laws so fatally I uary, 1936, and in Texas subsequent to the

Anxious: to see the taro great parties" here equally, with any other portion of the Union. at least, sue-h a ithig as WASHINGTON was, way nego vas a concession. And if an unjust and oppressive, should not be submittedto d.uteof beraunexatiotr. Provided That when .

united on a question vital to both alike, I drewa In the enjoyment of the same-ibis General whl'l he drew his sword against hip mollter assert that that provision, in any shape, is ) vhatecer rower may be conceded Con I there has been no superintendent agent, or

set of resolutions designed as a common plat. Assembly, theiefore, belieiing that Congress country, and never sheathed it again till he became concession, I deny it. The Constitution: of the gress. You, gentlemen of the North t, would subagent, to whom the party injured by any \

bum on which democrats and whirs could: u. possesses under the Constitution no power to the "Father" of I hat country which fanatics United States guaranties this right. Without resist under similar: circumstances." Indian or Indians could apply, the claims of "

nine in defence principles aied.ri;hts equal! pass such a measure, adopting similar Ian. are now plotting to ruin. this guaranty the SCI'bfT States irould not I Again in the same speech : such party may be examined and allowed in 'J

df"lrlo each'party at the South. As I I'IIS nota guage to that of the Legislature of Virginia, Fellow citizens, we hire among us a band have agreed to the Union ; these States are the name manner as if they had been regular

{ Assembly- I Landed those resolu- declare it as their opinion, that, under IH circumstances of lawless ruthless savages, :that have sen'rl entitled by the tE.'rm of the CO.ffi'uiOl to ev- I South I repeat, sir, I have no (fears but that the. Iy acted on by such superintendent, agent or J.. .'
its and
lions to a friend who introduced them in the will t the people of this Stale be times filled our State with mourning, which cry means of reclaiming their prop. can independence sustain suh-agent, in case the proofsh be satisfactory .
Senate ; the) were as follows, viz : willing to recognize as binding, an enactment I retards the settlement of the country, and renders i' erly. Consequently it is impossible for Con. I itll'lf in any struggle which" may result lhal the injury sustained otherwise comeswithin 1
from this *
of the Federal Government; which has for its and life unsafe. laic this of or any other cause. "II i ij I the purview of this act." i
1. Resolred by the Scna'e and House of Rep. properly I gress to pats any to effect right the .
j i must that I far far
repeat hO\\'l'r, am ,
of in terrilory I very
object slavery any is under obligations .
United Slates
rnlafircs of t.4P State of Florida in General prohibition The government I Southern States, w hich can be properly called
from ,
south of of the Missouri desiring a My only purposeis I #'
A* fffiWv rout-rued. That the Constitution of compromise to remove ihis foe to our domestic a concession. rlarLti'J. Daily Florida Mail. u of'
the United State determines how the powers holding it to be the natural ad independent iranquility." Their outrages last year caused The right of the South is complete and per. to ,ho\ that art not so entirely de- j. The Post Office Department at Washington, -1' .

delegated to the Federal Government shall be right of each citizen, of each and every your Gov. (Moseley) to order out mitia1.. fed, under the Constitution ; and of course no l'enrrnlon to the; Fecra., Government, as dishonor to SUB has decided favorably upon the application for r "

apportioned, distributed and! exercised, to pro. j State of the Confederacy, to go with his prop. unieers for your defence ; for this was act of Congress can add to the strength Mir and propositions to a daily mail from this city to Florida and an t -,.

nr .te the welfare of the Union, and to protectthe erty, of whatever description! in any territery solently rebuked by the General Government surl right ; and experience admonishes o I what degrade i lt. If awe do tamely submit to. order has been issued to the contractor to commncc \
j i.proposed, friend from North Caroling
peculiar: interests of the respective member acquired by ihe arms of the United Slates, or through a public officer who has since grownnotorious if the Constitution cannot protect us from I my the service on the 1st day of Oc'obe.r. "J
Mr. CLINCMAN. deserve be
[ ] lo
saws we
thereof; That the ratio adopted i'r i the yielded by treaty with any foreign power. for his success in a matter of prirate wrong it is vain to expect protection from the We understand that Mr. Wright cannot, with r

framers of the Constitution as the basis and Rrsolred, That the abolition of slavery in interest. At length a portion of the Uiiied I majority who now construe that Constitution to think whipped sir through shall'our merit fields the by our slaves. I out heavy pecuniary loss, comply with the or. .

nile. of apportionment of political power afn the District of Columbia, involving, 8 it does, States army. appeared among you to defend suit, their own purposes. the deeper disgraceof der. Il would require an outlay of some $9,-
kicked of the
ng the several States:, to be exercisialthrough an exercise of power not granted! by the Con. you and to r by GIDDINUS.]
the Federal Goterment; was intended slitution, and designed as it is, as a means of done this 1 No The Indian are still here, imprudent" zeal in defence of your rights who has told &c., and as the Railroad will be open to OIe- x f ,

tint merely a*a temporary snleguaij l for oir class affecting tIll institution slavery in the States, i, and duulllpJt convinced now that tu.are in. f and your honor ; but I had rather die f martyr kicked out sneeringly of the Union."us, we "could not be thorpe by the first of January and the mail ,

'la 1 existing when that instrument vas : resided on the part of the South, by whatever they inhabit.; Hut what has become of I ll f.u that self reject which I cannot main All of which} ii sufficiently bold; and goes third of the stock would have to f.p rt"t

framed, but as means of defence which like means are best adopted to the protection t I the army ? Why, it is wanted to whit Tt-iai, to rain by being recreant to the dictates myconscience quite as far as anything we have seen from moved ftotn the line after having been used \ '

the other stipulations of the compact: should the Constitution, the defence of herself and the compel' Texas to give up a portion oftc.lerrito.. I and my judgement.As o Major Beard, or heard from the most ultra! only three months. This the contractor says I r: .

be preserved inviolate during the existence: of preservation of the Union. ry to another tribe, hardly superior to the Semi Ruth said to her motlter-in.lara, (and Democrat. And all .this being emphatically I be cannot afford to do at present rate of com 4'I

the Vnion. Rewired, That( knowing no party name noles in civilization, in'erior to them in courage. I is my mother-in-law by adoption.) pensation. He has, accordingly repaired to_ I

2. lie it furlhrr Resolnd, That any and or political divisions, on questions involving in Yea, fellow citiz"ll, Texas claim* that lerrito.ry Floria people are my people ; where thou diest I reiterated as expressive of his present senli.ments Washington for the purpose of asking the Department .
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every attempt.otherwise: than by Biinlleiat'on : their j.t'lt m"nt and Consequences the character which the United States admitted: was I"rl wil I die, and there will I be imriec." My should be taken along with, and as either to increase the compensationor .

<>\"tho I'otiFiilution, to defeat or impair the op. : property and I lives of those whom we iep. by occupying it with our army before (he Mr, pecuniary in'crcst, my property interest.is constituting: a part of bin Circular. I to defer the daily line until pfier

oral ion of the rule rf;red to, i is violation repent, we are rendy, heart and soul, with a irnn war, anJ by several other acts.: Hut' i, insignificant : but I hare an interest l which I Governor Call and lie Sentinel must either ihe opening oldie Railroad to Oglethorpe.Much .- I ,

able cif tle /i.it of that instrument and of ihe united fruit, to join Virginia, the Carolinas, (President FitLHOEE thinks that the country j figures cannot represent. 1 am in I as we desire, and need ibe daily mail, ', .
poor everyj be silent t in regard to Major Beard else
lows ol good the those and the olher Southern States in taking to Mexicans still and lo I we are inclined to think that the of the t
faith un p til tot making belongs Mongrels, as> I j Ining lu!children. T'tCSC are! my jewels; and : request .
ouch attempt such measures for the defence of our rights and I I the Everglades 'belong! to Sam June There- I wish to protect and preserve, them from the bring Mr. C.hcl in fora share of their indig contractor is reasonable, and ought tu he complied '

=. lie it further Rewired, That the Wil- the preservation cf ourselves and those whom ; Tore Sum Jones is left in peaceable possessionof hand of the destro\er-from (the merciless ad. nation. with.-Jl/L/co/i Messenger and Journal i
mot Proviso (socalled.) which seek lo we hold dear, as the-the highest i wisdom of f all and --- .
is i
pietentthe j E\'prglaJis OCR &rmy sent to establi locales of negro emancipation, and from free
increase of outclass of Stales I by ;iinj os. may (whether through. a SOlder Con clt iCI, I t h Mexicans and Mongrels in possession Governor Quitman. Woman's Economy.-Governor CaiLour, of

ing prohibitions unauthorized by the Constiiution. 01 otherwise) Ruggrht and devise. I of New Mexico: Comment on uch conduct negro uremlcy.JOnX BEARD. 'flip chivalrous Governor of Mississippi, Virginia, in an address before an agricultural .

and subversive of (be conservative pi in. lltitolrcdi That a copy of these resolutions ;' is I is not my purpose to "slir September 17lh, ISoO.Correspondence backed by the people of his Stale, stands prepared society, says : L *t every man have the for-'

ciples without( which a portion nf' the angina! be transmitted to the Go\'tror of each of the I UlleCCiSarj. :" I know that many of'nu -------- to sustain Texas in her struggle with titude to look his affairs in the faro, to keep .

Stales would not hate assented to 'the[ Consti.tulion : J slave States, with a reuestlhat they be laid ate already eU serated-jiistl of the filer curt'. an account of his debts and items of expenditure : '
) exasprra-I the United States, should a conflict out
evinces the part of the advocates and l ofore the Logulatuies i as arc now in j j Ied-1 by wrongs, aggravated by insulting accuI WASHINGTON, Sept. J JO- grow no matter bow long or how black! the list ; '"
supporters of aid Proviso," a spiiit hostile session.Parsed. I Rations of inciting hostilities against your own You will notice: I the proceedings that of her attempt to put down the rebell,oo in the if he don't look into it, his neighbors will-and1 '

of the, repose, harmony" and permanence of .41h, 1819. "a st d.p Senate, January I and "lJfcul ation." mitted to seat in the Senate. The oppositionof truth when he warned the North that Ihp one. If a prudent woman it will be of service '

the Union ; particularly dangerous, and grot>s.ly 5, 119. Approved by the Governor, 1649'J]11 j I My countrymen : I have nat sought the. i iI positi Messrs. DAVIS, BCTLKU, and other South first Federal gun that shall be fired against the ; if imprudent it will do no bum ; but t "
tifTensive and ;insulting to the Southern pore the last winter I based it was on constitutional there are few of the latter, and I cheerfully
During and spring the ngil. I I n now occupy : politics never had an ern Se:1lorf as without '
of Texas the of law
tion of tie Republic ; and lending, unless Iu(. ation of the slavery}' and Territorial questions' in charm for me, certainly none strong enough ) objections WAS utterly futile, and was scarce people authority bear evidence to the care and economy of '
creased by those who alone can control it I with and will be a signal for the freemen from the Del. When in situation observe I
lo Congress, became so threatening to the South cause me, for ti-e sake: of success, to profess (1trealed respect. Contitutiof woman. a to '
the inevitable dissolution of the con&:tdcru'* that the entire delegation in Congress from I principles that I did not cherish inmy hcartjs law are looked upon as idle words! in tIe strtigle aware to the Rio Grande to rally to the res can safely say, that I never knew a woman f'

and separation of the States. ; Floods, cnnsidt-rcd. i their duty to warn their core," or to conceal such as I deemed rititl. of the North for sectional supremacy, and cue." The following letter from the Govern left to the care of an embarrassed estate that :-
4. Be further / &t,7r'td, That though the will of the dominant did not extricate it if it "
of the one I constituents of the coming danger, and to re- I have no prejudices against the North.On .- are obliterated by rna.jorily. or of Mississippi, is the first response to the wa possible :.:
jootigeet members, Florida is not the commend to them the of the with New England '
expediency sending contrary are asso-
least tllaclied to the Union. But participating delegates the Southern convention, in pur. crated many of the most hallowed recollections I The amendment proposed by Mr. SKWAKD warning given by Mr.I Stephens and which% The Calhoun Slatue.-It was proposed to ." M

;u its glory and its fame-partaking of nuance of the resolutions of the Assembly.- ninny early life. I would do much to perpetuate to the bill f"r the abolition of.the slave trade in the language of the Southern Press, "we raise the statue of Calboun yesterday, but the f,, t>.

the blessings uiiicb it secures and anxious to That Convention met in Nashville last June ; a good feeling between all sections of the in the District of Columbia, excited much feel commend to those who are still dreaming of wind was so strong that it was probably not '

perpetuate them,the will not bestow her con.tfdence eignt Southern States, Florida being of the union: : but that good feeling cannot 'be preserved lug among the Southern Senators, andit Southern submission :" attempted. Mr. Sproule, Agent of the Un

on men who advocate, either directly number, were represented in the Convention ; by Jiosannahs to the union while .they and its author were characterised In no JACKSON 19 1850. d.rwritersIr.. Wbipple the diver; and boat .

or indirectly course g4 f (fn.licy+ (r a eusuie there were nearly two hundred mIJer sc. I who control the government of that union pre. very complimentary terms by Messrs. ;\x. Aug. swain of the cutter >orris 1 nearly succeeded .a '

which like the Wilmot (r\'il'l, threatens to lected from the whig and democratic parties, vent its power to oppression. h lo GUM and D"ws Mr. DAYTON of New "Mr DEAK. SIR :-Your note of yesterday, in raising it on Saturday. Mr. Whipple, who '

sunder those ties. ubich should binn the. States without mature delihcr. this Union you must defend Inl'i your riglte prolong Jersey, and Mr. WINTHROP of Massachusetts, calling my attention to the comments of the was under the water about two; hours ascertained ,J'

indusolul/ly. anon, ci"criminaton.Itr\ passed a set ofresolutionsand you must require" not only a cessation of wrongs, thought that the proposition to abolish slaveryin Vicksburg Whigupon an article inthe Sentinel that part of (he box is gone, but that

In the foregoing resolutions there are sev.proposilions adopted llt' an address, proclaiming the rightsof but an abstinence from abuse and calumny: the District was i.timed. and that the amendment of Thursday last, was received late last night. the statue is uninjured, and nort lies complete
feral the these crude ested, but they "I find nothing in youi article to justify thecomments ly imbeded in sound, which has no doubt con. ,
involving rights of the the South repudiating: the Compromise bill| if persisted in, wi inevitably destroy was I .
,Sta.tes'hicb few will deny, and none can con. which projvoted to violate those rights, and uttering the union, for they an incurable had no doubt that Congress had complete pow.er of ihe Whig, especially after the tributed to its safety. It will be recovered as r.j
trovert. the determination to submit to(no com upon our honor and our 'sensibility ; woun over the subject, and that it should be exercised Missisjiippian of the 19th July. haddefined my soon as there is a lull in the weather.-JV. 1*. y.) .

Will any one, for instance, assert that the promise short of the Missouri. compromise, .Never can true reconcilement grow at the proper time. Mr. CHASE cf Ohio position upon this subject. I therefore see no Tribune. l' '

old Southern Stales would have assented to with the jccognition of the right of the South.ern \\Jlt're wound of deadly hate have sunk so came out boldly I for the proposition, contend. reason to avai myself of your kind and obliging
the Union, with the Constitution exists, to take their where deep." in" that it was right in itself and the proper offer deny that you spoke by authorityfrom When Congress assembled, the Southern
8 i fKOpl. property any me. no concealment, I have members generally asserted that the h'
could they' 1.fore een, or had they suspectrd line of 30: 30, which was estab. Respectfully. &r, t time to vote for it was whenever it was pre. 1 8irinr ( South f
should be known, that I had a right to a share of the '
the fwebility; that their means of de. lished first in 1820 when was admit. JOHN HEARD. sented. It was an important step to an important no objection new territories.
fence" could be attacked by Wilmot Pro. ted, which was again lhssolR in 1613 end, and he was willing to take one stepat believe the title of Texas to the territory claim- Three days ago almost all the Southern members ,
riso' s recognized be by her on ibis side of the Rio Grande, to of the House voted that the right Texas
and intimation here
s Executive Proviso's Missouri when Texas was annexed, and which a lime. was palpable
NOT wilh slavery be i indisputable ; that the forcible seizure of east of the Rio Grande, lo 42 north latitude,
of future up
and intention -
California third time of a
Compromises" in when the an
recognized 1819, An has rtd.lng
Compromi. .
to convict
of of Ibis the Executive
attempt me by was
.u, all tending to "defeat or impair the Territory of Oregon was established.I in the States. Messrs. : and BAD. any part territory national .
op.elation want of candor, in alleging that .by a part of would be a wanton act of despotism, Now its is settled that the North
of Mr. BUTLER gets not n the rule of at length.
lent of pliticalJ'uwer I have brought before fellow! citizens GER replied some
apportionment you the late
Compromise Hill it
to be he resisted Texas
was should
which by only all the but
sternly ; territory, a ofTexas be.
in refer. .
? a this: view of the at loss what course lo
expressly designed to I the condensed matter to show that was a pursue
prevent you provided into the Free that the evident of the movementis sides and the South ,
runaway negroes as purpose share of the s
increase of Slates the it seemed that North. pays priceof
having of kind at bow much the South has to proposition, r
once a
a already
property giv.en Stales were not lo be given to their encf of her to free
up owners to convert a portion the transfer.-Southern Press.
identical with their own, and therefore (Inleres. up to secure harmony, and that you may without verdict from abolitionists.Desirous ern Senators who opposed this proposition, on Southern States should terrio'ry R'' 4
soil,the a common
in the maintenance of those ihe of time and expediency, were favorable -
has ground
te conservative see unanimity hitherto.
apparent to be distinctly understood and and in the .
cause with. Texas ; event of a collision FARMERS MAKE TOCK OWN CANDLES. ,
awl would for other +
principles which are vital the of in to its object, vote
to South and to marked the course public men; defence of neither
to be
the Union 1 misrepresent or misrepresented, to attain the same end. Before of arms, or great danger tbereCr1 would Take twelve pounds ,of alum for every ten r
honor and measures
These resolutions your your rights your safely. I will explain. the ouestion the Senate ad. deem it my duty to convene of pounds of tallow, dissolve !it in wvatpr' before the
were all these taking a vote on
fit adopted unanimous- Notwithstanding concessions on When I published my Circular, I had been ihis State and recommend to them the adoption tallow is put in, and then' melt the tallow in +
by Senate: on the journals of the the part of the South ; notwithstanding she is travelling for some lime, and could not journed. and efficient 16 aid the alum
House I keep California members of prompt measures t our water, with f frequent stirring, and it
find House the
of them In ,
no trace the presented
make still sacrifices
probably! mislaid : Y were willing to greater forpeace "posted. up" in the political traiisacuinnsoCongress. ,f themselves take their seals. Ir.sAnLE sister State in (be maintenance of her clear will clarify and harden.the tallow, so as to make
there is to
every reason to her unnatural enemies (I unnatu i
say reference I made .the
lttkevethat The to pro. that rights against Federal usurpation. Nor have a most beautiful article, for either winter or .f
bad before \ interposed the objection they ,
ihey ral
come the House because circumstances should make themour :
*gold ihey vision alluded to, was predicated on information :Mr. I a doubt that in so doing, I shall conform to summer use, ,almost.as good as speitn. lithe y
TVf passed there to with unanimity. firm friends) insist still that we should sub. derived from various papers, and parlicu. 'were not constitutionally contended eligible.that the ceriifi. Ihe of the great mass of the'people of this wick befdipped i in spirits turpentine the
Dec. "t'r adopted in the Senate on the 22 mil to ;greater wrongs and insults, or be pro. larly from the SoutJtern Pjress; ," which run TnojirsoS of Pa. "i. candles will reflect a much brilliant
1847., On the 27, Mr. Sanderson, Sentor scribed traitors. For the sake of tained the cato of election by, the Governor of Calforniawas
rom a following paragraph in one of the .J remain very respectfully, your friend and light.
Columbia pace facie evidence of right to
County, introduced the the South is willing to continue the old very able letters from" RANDOLPH OK KOAN- prime bound administer obedient servant, J. A. QUITMAN. i ;!
IoHoing f.ao1uionl"wbicb all passed ibe souri compromise line ; and by that fbe'ould OKE :" seats and that the Speaker was .to AtKan.tal Election.'I I t I
Senak de. To F. C. J : Esq., he Arkansas Legislature ..
The ,
unnuly, but in the Houte the give three fourths the the oath to thera. Speaker Ors ., !
god\ up of territory acquiredfrom stands
bad Sentinel. follows i
But these Editor as senate
and 1 were struck at sections are, and even cided that objection been made, the Vicksburg : sixteen Dem. .
3 having
out Mexico, including that of California ocralsand four '
part should the South Whigs; House .
again ofRepresenfa.
give From.Ih.ls r
lleaorwd way aforetime right. .
House must their .
roc trtatiaes h he Senate and Jfoiae. Of Rfp which is the richest country that the sun ever would they content the arrogant and J.graip"jn decision Mr.pass THOMPSON upon appealed. but the An Eastern lecturer remarked, that it,would tfve, fifty Democrats and Ivrenty-two Whigs.' ; '
J the
Asembly eonoened,1.u Staff nf Flr:j- in General shone upon." North I Not they A remedy Speaker svae sustained by a 'large .majority.The .- not be f very violent stretch of Ihe ,imagina.lion Democratic majority( on joint' ballot, forty. .' r.
rrh ich the United any Territory But no, say the free-soUers, tee can strikes at the root of the right and subverts it,' debate continued by Mr. ROBINSON to believe, ibat a thoughtful Massacbu-

b Staten rlJ bereafer{ acquire never consent 10 Jh.t you another! chance to'' please l tar taste and befits her rUIht'f, and of La. in.favor\8 of the; claimants, and by Messrs. s its, or Connecticut baby. six:month* old, sits Good, as Wheat."-The editor of the In.,

JurlN of otbf'r"'isf the betOIPi the COIQ. have a ,flaw Stale. We don't care nbngtihe 'I noihing; *bu'.t' nut. *'*". Ac'ordin1jfr'\: )' ,Me USE of.la. and TOOJIBS in opposition, but in his mother's lap eyeing his own'trrndlr, to Jiana Jacksonian gives notice that he \vill tale j ;.

the propl1 t ; several Stale composing IM, Wilmot, Piovuo" any longer, because the (trial l at Ill tincinagc fflu capture and_not at without taking the q uestionthe House ad. see if h1 could not invent a better* or, at least wheat in payment. for subscriptions to M i. paper '' 1r ,

tt t a.n4ili it fO continues, i favscfMciuo,Mfe i sufficient proviso a ;n. :Jhr,1{,ri"'ic n the Ji 9- i is the remedy devis iourned.r .eui. 94' et t some imjirovenicnt.. lathe t amount of ten thousand liuahe'bYt' 1' 4

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* Soiivniii forever the dangerous questions agitating and I proclamation! : These were the celebrafed- and common interests of the States and no in Mr. Cabell and hs 'Texas Vote. Bills! for Eancombe. 1

Sljc() $Iori ion & threatening the of the Union. For John Randolph of Roanoke: and the other the bayonets of ill soldiery. By such feelings The vote which Cabell cast for the Mr. Cabell Laving awaited nine montni

"" -_.. .- - - peace the ablest and most distinguished of the formed such of and until the
Union first
by dismemberment
held living alone, was of Texas is certainly one on te>J ete of the I
this too ho denounced and as aisunioniit'
R.B.HILTON&C.E.DYKE I was up celobriiies of Virginia, Lillipton." aUf'r alone has it been since adjoommcnt
Tazewell. sentiments mintintd. the astdfrUhiii.ever Southern of (Congress, uhen
given by a
EDITORS: AND rk01>'nnron: fj ; And those are the poor thank Mr. Randolph then in shattered health, and by such sentiments alone, can it be pre. mot : T7hiCan b clout,is Dow i
--- ;h' .;.-- -- i Rcsolu and in the habits Representative. By this Bill the South busily engaged introducing 'bills fit the bene '
h he receives for standing up lo Whig! repugnance to of his whole served. O>X-E UKXYTIIIS KIOHTOFSECKSSIOXWHKXIT I ,
September 21 1850. life drafted series of resolutions yields to the rapacious demands of the free fit of Florida t For the benefit of Florida
; Saturday, lions unanimously adopted by a Whiff legislature a and read I CLAIMKD: AND PHKVEMT OR PUNISH up did !
-.-- ..- --. .- _. -_ .- ----- them from the hustings at a large public meet. ITS EXERCISE 11V FORCE, AND territory though for two large States. we .n 1 No. rt |i for the benefit ofE. t
-- --- - .'! Oh, shame: !where is thy blush utLITARl soier ) C.

D ]IOCn TIC NOMINATIONS And who are these men who thus denounce of ing his at mom Charlotte brilliant Court-House efforts in their, and made one SURELY ASMOHT IUl.CEtDS THE DAY, OCR!" DESTINY This territory while a part ofTua was Slave C"bel thin these mo\"ement are now made :
Major Board) ? Some of ,them are n' ron CONGRESS : Mr. Cabell and the "Demagogues." the population of a slate Slate. Remaining pass at this late day, hut because he i ibj
for office who voted for those very resolutions I can only spare the space fir a few of them, think

MAJ. JOHN BEABD.KOR I Others are high in office, and conductors as (follows :- Mr. Cabell appears to be highly indignant as I portion Texas, i would fur all lime introducing them, be may catch tel._ 1

--==-==-_.- of Whig; jourmls, whose columns are Resolved, That while we retain a grate. that the Democratic party, through the instrumentality have been a portion of a slave State.- ThE Not J(8 than twvo really important Bills! one "

nrrnEM:>TATivf.s rnoM I.CON : and fill tense of the many great and valuable services of demagogues" assembled in a South needs all her territory. Especiallydoes for the payment( of the late volunteers,another j
of him
weekly) filled with denunciations Andrew Jackson to the United Slates 1
W. D. Moseley, I Hugh Archer, have regularly constituted. Convention, should l.ave she need it, when she is told that she will for the payment of losses formerly incurred ;
F. A. I D. the democratic party for the stand they) we owe it to our country and to posterity, to

Dr.. .-----Byrd-- _._ .., j_ ...W.h..Gwynh.. ._ taken in behalf of Southern rights, in obe.' make our solemn protest against many of the nominated a candidate: against him. Now, be confined within her present limits-that by Indians, were introduced into the Senate
* ,- We are a thori7.rJ- --fft---annoai.cc- DAVID S.- dience to Wliig Re, olrc.f, and in response to doctrines of his late proclamation. although perhaps we ought not to be telling slavery being there confined, will become hI Mr. Yulee, and.fcate passed that body_ ,

Resolved, That Virginia is, and of right secrets Mr. C. is ignorant through the number of the slaves Where i is there evidence that Mr.
.\LKI-n as a candidate fot Register of Public he promptings of their own love of right and yet as so blissfully profitless C. has ;,

g. )Lands, ) at the election_._in October\ next. Jnh' 1:1:) 1 laired of wrong Surely) the people of Flori. might Stale ;to" be That a free she became sovereign so and}by her independent own SOTereign ofthestate of things past and present in Florida make emancipation inevitable. With such a done anything to carry these measures through h '
--- ---- -- -- ------
: The trit'lId ol' Mr. M 1. D, P.\PY announce him I (:ia will note these men, and express their ut. act, which has since been recognisedby we will inform him there is little doubt a prospect before r them. Mr. Cubell yet votes to the lJiuise of Representatives? He pleidj!

a- a candidate for the office of Register of Public II, ter loathing: of such base disavowal! of their all the civilized world, and) has never been thai lad, the Democratic party been willing to give a portion of(he South, more than twiceas the slavery excitement and discussion a nix

Lands July 0, Ift.V : own acts, in the only mode now left to them- disavowed, retracted, or in any wise impaii-: take him, notwithstanding the uncertainty of largo as New York, to the North !I'Ve excuse for having done nothing. His tomtit.
- ed weakened by any subsequent act of hers. his '. ion the Southern and the because hav. well know that the
the ballot box. po on question' say to the North our oppressors uents Senate, through
Fellow citizens( !! we all cherish a Iiabitual through Resolved, That Virginia has never parted .
and !hereditary] Jove (for the Union : l hut t it is AgMin do we disclaim the. issue the federal] with the right to reed the authority so del. fact that while he was preaching a Union ing full numerical power, have decreed that which Mr. Yule succeeded in carrying thetg'

the Union ttiat! our biros bled for-an Union flran'uuM> ; force upon the country.) If dissolution egfitedfor good and sufficient! cause, nor the of the South for the sake of"-7 C. Cabellhe another slave State shall never be added to Bills, has been the scene of the lona discov

flf> equal ri/it.c-un Union to promote the comes, it will not be the fault of the right judge of the sujficieney! of such route, 'was using his official influence againstthe the confederacy, and because. New Mexico, to sions upon the Compromise. I was onfj g

'C .\\'f'lfare-nol: that of a particular secticnt democratic its candidate. They do attd to srur/e from the confcilcracy, whenevershe democratic party: in procuring the di.smis- \hich ihe north of Texas is thus annexed, few weeks since that the separate Bill con.

; ; an Union tosernre: "domestic tranquil. i party or ) shall Jind the benefit/ (f Union ceded missal of democrats from office and the ap. has formed a Constitution excluding slavery. stituting that scheme, went to the House (
' lily," and not one to cipovc: us to the horroisof not counsel it, or recommend it, and they will by its evils-union being the means of securing o

a scrrtic (tifgro! ) rar, etcitcd; by those vIm not permit themselves to be placed in a false po- happiness, and not an end, to which they pointments of whigs in their stead :-notwithstanding What excuse Mr. C,1JeJ can make to the Representatives, where they were almost inj.-

vvpht to be our friend" &ilion before the country by designing and artful should be. sacrificed. we say, all this, had the democratic constituents whose rights he has betrayed, we : mediately passed. If then, with such a dig.cuwion .-

*'1 love the Union with a rraconab1erJeMon. olilicianswilhout: repelling cbargE',", brt h. Resolved, That while we utterly reprobate party been willing to see him return to his know not. Others who voted for the Bill, kept up wrek after week, and montl

not with a servile or superstitious; reverence, as the doctrine of Nulificalion as equally without from .them
libellous and seat opposition there is may assign as a reason doubts whether after month in (the Senate, these 'bills fort&tf
pome invisible deity. I lore it fr! the er directly) or indirectly), as weak and chievous, we cannot for that a
great little or no doubt that there would have been Texas really owned this territory. Mr. Cab. relief of Florida have that ,
If the issue be the ofa .
( benefits' it HAS bestowed on ns, AND SKILL thretirefiz1se.\ ; mcur icason r give our countenance to principles, passt'l body Uf
another Whig in ihcftcld, backed by strong ell can plead no such excuse I In his letter Mr. Cabell is to blame that they have
('oflMc: TO LOVE IT TILL IT ('J\ rs: TO IIUHLKSSINOS State secede, we accept it, and call upon equally unfounded and in the highest decree I h,1. not

Dow : AND nncoMKSTnc: DEVTKOV.ru Gov. Brown and George T. Ward, aye, and dangerous to the liberties of the people. and influential friends from the West, Middle, he admits that the United States have no 1 lass'dthe House?-al least that they hare

OF orjt TKACI AM> irnTv." upon B. C. Cabell, to stand up to the Repnb- Another of the resolutions ain a sharp and East As it was, even after the Demo: claim lo this country. I then, the United not been there voted upon. lad! a vole( been

JOHN BEARD.: )jean faith, and we have no fears, Whigs thrust at :Mr. Livingston" as one of the de. cratic nomination was made, and after Mr. States had no claim to it, the right of Texas, taken and the Bills rejected, though we mig hi
- ---- counsellors who wished
:: := ::::: =-=-::::: : signing to influence
Major Beard's Address. hough they be, that they will array themselves Gen. Jackson to disavow the principles to Cubell was re-nominated by certain Whigs according to Mr. Cabell, was perfect. Yet have attributed it to Mr. C's. want of talents

We republith the Address; of Maj. Heard "iy the side of Federalism and against Slate which he owed his elevation to the Chief Mag- (the East, a m.cment'as made in the West, he votes away the money ofthe South, to buy and influence, there would be no proof of bis

on the frt page of lo-day'g )paper, with n lights. Does the St'1Itillrlt'ud'r this issue ? islracy of the Government of the United State, i by leading Whigs, to bring out "a suitable up the land of the South, that it may furnish want attention to the interests of the Sate,

Note explanatoiy of his rcmaiks the ------ ------. ---- and to transfer his real friends and supporters candidate for Congress." These gentlemen, soil for additional free States But it seems that he has not brought tip these
on fugi- The Admission of California. bound hand and foot to his and their
live slave Bill. bitterest it is true, finally abandoned their oppositionwhen It was not enough for Mr.I Cabell that his Rills in the House-has had no votetaken; on
California, North and South of 30.30, with enemics-tlte ultra Federalists-ultra Hank
it found that Mr. C. determin. with the whole] South should be them since the .
---- ---- --- ultra Menial was was constituent, though they long passed Sen.
her has
the Wilmot Proviso upon Improvementand
(O:7Ciiigress: has decided to adjourn on the Hartford Co.ireniion; men,-// lwbitllalsroJl'erl ed to be a candidate, but "er.different would robbed of all the territory derived from Mexico ate ; one of ihem that for paying the vonn! .
:3Uih: ) ) instant. 'iorn admitted into the Union. Another is I
at State nights' and to their instru- have been their course, and that of 1 muiajorityofihe at thc expense ofiheir blood and treasure leers, a far buck a* last winter. We !leava :
----- -- --------- added to the Fiee. Slates. The power of tin*
Disunion Not an Issue. men\ !, the venal and prostituted press by which Whig party, had he been the only can -that every foot out should be given to the to the voters and sufferers, to say whether Mr, 1
Xortb is thus made absolute. She has
From (the tone of the 1at Florida Sentinel, < an ah.1 they have endeavored, and but too successfully, didate. So then Mr. Cabell is indebted to North ; he must throw into the bargain about Cabell has not been grossly negligent of h'i ;

it is clearly manifest that that paper is endea.voiing ,,!ilion President the House of Ilpprescnta- I Ith'es lo influence! and mislead public opinion." the demagogues" referred to by him in hi* one third of the Sale! Texas And lie is duty to the State, and whether it not boyel
and the Senate, clear majorities in both. Mr.\ Tazewell took a somewhat different, wi
to make the election now pending turn but equally effective course. lIe wrote Ibir. Address, for his present attitude us the Whig claiming the votes of men of all parties for his \ to send some one to ,Washington, who :

upon the issue of Union or Disunion. It seeks And nothing seems left to the South but sub- teen nunrbers in the Norfolk Herald upon the candidate for Congress, for it t is morally cer devotion to Southern interests So far from will attend to our interests. ,

indiiectly] 1: to create the i iwpresMon thai the mission. Yet was she not entitled to a pore Preside ni's Proclamation, o\er the signature tail that had there been no democratic nomination being entitled to them, he merits, for this vote, -" ,

tion (If this territory 7 Let the blood of herons of Virginian," but his nomme de plump from all Southern O Doctre.
condemnation true
Democratic) parry I ill in fa\or: of the latter, and there would have: been whig opposition sentence The last S has '
!!, been :
from :Mexican battle: fields answer. Let formed no more disguise in masking the real ti"e
cnleis at once into the piomnlgalion of doc. formidnble character. What men.
of a mo t doctrine the
f Does
the treasure pouted out by her like water author, than does that of Randolph of Roan on slavery question
trines against; tic tight of any Slate, no mat. oke," the very humble peison who indites you; the result of such a contest would have been, Mr. Chase wa i in 1 favor of t the a Lo1tior the Senle include itself in this query ? If
speak. Surely the portion I ing south of 36.
ler for what cause, to secede! from the Union ) ) these Epistles. The whole series were writ no one can tell ; but this much may be said slavery in this Disirict, and said they so, we would! enquire what has been its doc. ,

-doc;rint's wfiicb the leaders( outs own par. 50 ought to have been hers. The'! populationin ten with the most commanding; ability-as for the Democratic parly-their support of thought that this Slave-trade bill was the la3t trine on the slavery question 1" In 134?, ;
that portion. were unanimously opposed: ) to will be limply attested thl"O' the liberal quota step in this matter, were mistaken. The
ty must disavow, or I be false to the history of him under such circumstances could only have Mr.I Cass was denounced for the nonintervention .
ho mation of a State Government. Said lions from the last number, with which I pro. friends frredon would not stop here. lemaintainpc.1
their past !hi''es. We have elsewhere) shown been retained by an unequivocal, straight.for doctrine of \Ee Nicholson letter. Gen. '
M Ir. Gwin in the California Convention"not pose to strengthen my previous positions, andto that the act of abolition would \ !
what'cre the views of the fathers of the Ke. enrich, and adorn my present Epistle. lie ward, honest avowal of his true Southern po. flict no danger:; upon the Union." Taylor's mum,policy suited the Sentinel better.
cabtl in thisConvention
solitary vote was by a delegate
publican paity on this secession doctrirte, at a a thus announces the right and the remedy for sition. They never could have advanced one This is the substance of remarks made by But perhaps the Whig organ includes the
south of thU line, ((36.30: : ,)
except breaches the
of Constitution
time when the present Executive Florida act. I : peg further in his support, while he was holding the free soil Senator from Ohio} Mr. Chase, Whig party in our" doctrine on 'the slave.
those east against a State Government. There The Union of the States thus resling
cd with that ral t J,and we ball not repeat them upona back dodging about. is not their motion made Seward of New York "
1 is reason to believe that the people there Convenantentercd into by every Stale with its or I on a by ry question. In 1849- a little later than the ,

Iierc. We will simply say that neither Coy: every co,Slates-when the terms of this Covenant wont to sustain men for such an office who are to amend Cla's slave trade bill, by insertinga resolutions quoted by the Sentinel as adoptedby
dt"sircd'sta'er but overruled and
they were
Brown nor Maj. Ward can give their assent ) ; are supposed to be broken by any of them, as too timid to let their sentiments be known. provision abolishing slavery in the District the wealthy! and populous County of Madison ;
the South suffers The' whole Pacific coast
to the monstrous federal (dogmas their there is no common arbiter to decide betireen and all the time j'
Dpromulges. First and last they prefer a Columbia. The motion was rejected, but the Whig Legislature resolved to acquiesce -
which \\e acquired from !Mexicohasbeeti\ admitted the parties, it is of necessity, that such Stale
: .
We cannot belief that any State Democr-t to a Whig ; but when they arc so opinions were thrown out in the course of the in a Southern Convention, should one
... as a State-the South excluded] fromevery must judge fur itself and act as its otrnjudg.mcnt
Kights Whig: however un\\, filing to secede foot of it may dictate. If in the honest eirrcisc of hard pressed as to be unable to find a suitable debate going to show what the South is to expect be agreed upon by the hghet: wisdom of(

from the Union because of the admission of this judgment any sowreign Mate declares the man to represent them in their own ranks, and when the lime is fully come for the over all." Who eat their own word," when that
ask she not well entitled to
California' will deny secession as a right in Again we was Covenant broken by its co.States, and cltooseslo are drh.clio the support of a Whig, that Whig throw of the institution' there. He main. Convention was in agitation ? Who held it

the last resort, and it is not for the Florida a portion of this territory ? If so, what has dissolve the Union thereby established for must be open and above board. There must tamed that the act of abolition would inflict as a body intended to make John C. Cal
defeated] her claim to it1 The answer is, a this cause, the has the perfect right to do so .
Sentinel, with a single dash: of its pen, to blot ; be no concealments hangings back- no danger upon the Union." How does Mr. houn President ? Who denounced it a a
Whig Administration has robbed her of her and this makes secession from the Union as to
fiom the recollections of the past; the profound thai only." No wiring in and wiling cut, Chase know that ? He knows it from the. revolutionary assemblage i" Who gulphed
rights. We s3).hal. if the South had unitedlylemanded party the 'till HI
and masterly reasonings of a Tazewell, or a these she could have obtained them. There sir That's an interpretation. of the Leaving Whether the people snake that mare doub trck, history of the past. Who would have thought down own words," as put forth by the .

Giles. But our main design in (his article is nature of this Government and of the poiccrs Was toing .\urth or coining !I" twelve months ago that such acts as the Compromise Whigs in :1 949, without a grimace or a groan I
to notice the issue ths federal: is cvi. What pi evented her from doing:; this I Southern of the States over its unilyand destinies, from Let Mr. make the application -
organ CabpI could have gone throngh Congress I What right has thi eater of words to prate!
who either the first mind and the brilliant liv. -
men were ignorantly or wilfully legal mo '
dently seeking fo force into the present canvass fuse to the South. Why was not the whole ing genius of this broad land, the accomplish. The Position of Georgia.I without danger to the Union-aye, without aboutour doctrine on the slavery question "

; and \\'e at onc., and without any he i. South represented in the Nashville Conven- ed but unambitious Mansfield, of this continent.It is probable that the Governor Georgia shivering it into fragments 1 .* Danger upon lie has never had any "doctrine" that we

tation. protest. against, any !PCb i issue.! Nei. was <.f him the bruit came and lives to this will immediately call a convention of the peo. the Union !" No. no-no danger to the Union ever heard except the doctrine of subtris-
tion ? Why did not the whole South, through or
" iher the democratic (partyits\ candidates, nor day, that at the close of an overpowering argument pIe of that Slate, to lake into considerationthe so long as there are such advocates or sion to such bills as the Clay Compromise.-
hat body, demand her rights ? She would]
in the in
Court ,
its presses, arc advocates disunion. In all Virginia Appeals measures lately passed by Congress.S'hat .- apologixts' for her encroachments in the South He has always been the bitter opponent of
hen have obtained them. A multitude of reply to his creatcst living rival (Walter
they have said and done, their efforts have action the Convention will take when
as the Florida] Sentinel. The monstrous doc. to unite the South : witness his
Jones)-lhat "ir inia'8 wises! every
Whig partisans loved their parly helter than brighest, greatest attempt
been directed to a preservation of the Union, their Ju.lge save one alone (John Marshall- assembled, it is impossible to say. We see fines of that paper would bind the South hand opposition to the Southern Address- the N'asa-
country. They preferred holding on to
by preserving the Constitution, the bond of that with their carried wayjby Taze well's reasonings and oratory that the Albany Patriot, and some o'her Democratic and foot, and leave her no remedy for her yule Convention, and the establishment: of the

Union. They: would still save the Union, andso party to uniting Southern op- forgot that he was a JuDGE, and aboveall papers, are advocating non-intercourse wrongs. But we mistake the temper of the Press at Washington. .Oar doc-
MMicnts[ in behalf Southern ri::Jits. that he was Spencer bane and in. a Souter ;
far as this press! is concerned, flic efforts of as a means protecting Southern rights. Its people, Whigs and Democrats, if its federal forsooth t
Surely: it will not be too much to expect the transport applause and exultation he exclaimed tine
ils'condt'ctors will continue fo te diiectcd to probable that this will be the measure with their The
meet acquiescence.
South though submitting' to the monstrous "Great God what a man Taze. dogmas Now, 36 3D) does deprive u* of the powerof 1
that end, by urging unanimity our well which the will adopt. If fully car- Florida Sentinel .
) among peo.pic \\"rnngs'hich have been inflicted upon her is contention free suiter from Ohio and the emigrating with our property into perhaps !

] for the! protection rights. common to them liy the late bills, to hold that party responsible I: would nOtspccil1ly call your Excct1en.cJ's carried out, it will accomplish much towards may both be mistaken in their calcula. four-fifths of this territory-it dots make this .

811.Vo cannot but regard the admission of notice to some further passages from this Southern safety and independence. But who lions of submission. discrimination, and it is, therefore,a' violation
which has been instrumental in
( bringing upon brilliant article to those
California and the dismemberment of Texas as strikingly apposite believes that those who have always opposed : of the Constitution.Sentinel..
her Had all hints in of iew .
degradation. menacing recent
cur opponents, your message
as most high-handed. outrages Southern, whatever has been suggested for the lights. Yet, who was it that forced 36 30 originallyon
upon protec-
wielding the military and naval forces of the 1
or a majority of them, discharged their dutyto The new light non-interventionists can ony Florida
right*, and severe, if not fatal, blows to South Government against one sovereign state, for ion of the Southern States, will now unite t the South ? The great idol ofthe
bet, (He Union would be now safe, and see in the assertion that Congress ought
cm interests. Still, if the South submits( as defending her integral limits from a rebellious with the body ofthe Southern people, in Sentinel, Henry Clay, backed and supported "
ire safe in the enjoyrnertl of our rights. As it great and should] declare Mexican law to be inoperative .
\vc presume she will, we have no alternativesave dismemberment, and for spurning the sordid favor of non-intercourse Who believes that any by the native State of the editor, Massachusetts
is, though the Union rriay be preserved, our bribe to be offered her sabre's point that prohibits the South from going
upon a ; of her two
Thai State the
We do than it the
acquiescence. can no more they will not find some objections to on gave
rights are gone. As the result of the late ac. and against another, for seceding from a jurisdiction to the Mexican territories, a surrender of ju.
denounce the act uhich) wrongs and degradesher. ground that it aims at disunion, or agitation, Senators, and sixteen of tbe votes of her members :
tion Congress, we cart only look forward to fruitful tolerant of oppressions risdiction over the to Congress, and '
Let others laud and it if and sujPc of the House, for 36 30, for "ibis oJ:
approve they) the abolitian slavery born violated (faith and a broken covenant. or is a measure ofultraism, consequentlyshould .
will-we envy them not their patriotism ; but the final : iooner or later, or to They may satisfy your Excellency, that so be condemned These men may now, consequently if thai .hy can protect slavery tion of the Constitution," and but three vote '
disruption of the Confederacy. in the territories, it can destroy it. These
them the of wanton a shedding of brethren's Lloc as the the it. Massachusetts "ever
we deny to right pronouncing us for fear of popular indignation, approve against Verily ., !

disunionists because our feelings run in a dif. Secession-Republican Doctrine. message suggests and defends, might prove as measure they did, many of them, the South. new lights are a great deal wiser than theirforefather. ful,"as far back as 1820, could send only fhrte
i utterly impotent for its objects, as the'\vhole a Senator Berrten, who is nearlyas
ferent channel from their's. We are not yet The Whig organ having come out flat foot. i country is acknowledging it would be, fb'illy : era Convention when first suggested, but how men to Congress honest enough to vote ega1 l''

prepared to kiss the rod that smiles. us. Uni. ed in behalf of Federalism against Republic. criminal] and unspeakably calamitous the au : long woulJ it be before they would denounce good authority on this subject as the Flori. a violation the Constitution, and no woodt ;1

ted, the South might have secured r hef1 rights; anisrfl on the doctrine of recession, and hav. tb vividly depicts the political consequencesof non.intercourse as bitterly a they have denounced da Sentinel, says : that, in 1850, she ha* not a solitary citizM

-united still, the may (preserve what is' left ing quoted Gen. acks6n's proclamation! wo tuch an Executive tear upon a sovereign all other expedients for the safety of Congress has authority, in various cases, to within o tih her borders, with the moral

to her. publish tnc following extract fi'om'i: letter ad. Stale He says : pass laws in affirmance, and for the protectionofexisting nerve to another violation in the admission
the South 1_ _ _ while it has to oppose '
"Such a war will differ from other rights- no power
dressed to Mr.\ Fillmore by a writer signing every then :,
As to the Dcrtibtfatic candidate for Con. of Californra. But now, th
that Has before occured from the beginning; to ,. Attempt to Abolish Slavery in the District annul them. Freedom of the press trial) by a
greu, lie does not, and never his, advised dis. himself Randolph of Roaftoke, showing that] day ; because, even by the most tontplete of Colombia jury, the right to be exempt from unreasonable heart of. the South is to receive the blow,and 1

union. With many 6thcf Southern men of how tne Democrats throughout t tne South re. success, its avowed object, cari nfeve'r bo; attained. ihe great argument in favor of the Surren. seizure and searches. with 'others, are const!. hence the elastic nature o a Massachusetts .1 tf

Loth parties: lie believed (there were evils garded that document!! Now we should liketo Independence, conquesf' (, rcpafalfo'nof i der Dills! which have just passed Congresswas lutional rights. Congress may pass laws to conscience f

if in Florida: intend security, punishment" 6f indignity( that would sellle the facilitate the enjoyment of these rights, while "volatmof
greater than a dissolution of the Union which know tie whig parly wrongs they slavery q'ues- Three limeS has 36 30, this

the South might be forced to cncodntef. lie henceforward to fight Under the }banner of! offered war; but, may victory all can be never achieved make by.Union successfu or re tion forever Adopt them, and we were laid they them bavo So,no if the authority righ' to to hold annul slaves! or is abridge a con the Constitution,ths been (forced upon tba

deprecated the passage of the Compromise. undisguised! federalism! tVe should efpecialIy pairtlie breach of its broken covenant." an everlasting] r s would be given to North stitutioual right, the power to remove any obstructions I South by the North, and now, when the former ;

I like (fo know if Coy: lirowri and Maj. Such the f whal to its in the ter. in it *V ,
Dill as a measure fraught with more ultimate The war waged to revive a broken covenant ern agitation. was promise enjoyment common has been willfcjg at last to :acqnietce

injury to the South than even dissolution] and Ward, t tno latter a States rights man: believein of union, can never attain its avowed end. It is its fulfilment( The paper on which the ritories of the Union, would not draw after it measure for settling forever all differences le-

for himself individually he preferred the latter the doctrine that the Federal Government may: bring conquest, may make loyal subjects, President signed these bills, thus mating the power to prevent its enjoyment for there the Ina tween the sections, it is denied us, and we ar
or hollow-hearted, pretended allies', bill it can. ,Congress may legislate pro.
rather than encounter the evils the former has the I power l 16 toerco and reduce to submission not make real Unidri. The Union of free them t law, \a hardly dry, when Senator lection of a right guarantied by the Constitution told that it is a violation of the ConstitUtiOfl"Every

would inevitably bring upon the country. For a sovereign State 7 'the former, tradition States can neither bo rnlde nor preserved by Sewafd, the 'hlglcader of the great State of but they cannot legislate to destroy it." thing is a violation ofthe CODslitui"

that opinion lie has been denounced: and misrepresented tells us, took high gtound against the very force. .It is a solecism so to speak. Such a New York, .made a m ton for lice ertiaiitipa. This is the doctrine of Mr. Calhoun] Mr. now that proposes to per mit the South to go sr

; but he is not the first Southern. man proclamation quoted as authority by the Senti fanciful Union is consolidation in its most rib lion of the slaves lit lice District of Columbia. Stephens Georgia, and of nearly all of the where-nothing is a violation that "discrimi

niL Maj.'ard, we learn, Wag an ardeht nullifier horrentform-wherein thE majority,will wield Chase from the State of Ohio
Mr. Statesmen of
whose attachment and jealous regard for the but Southern any note. nates" against her. Would tbe Smnltup
not only its own those assigned to
land of his birth, have }brought upon him a. and of course a secessionist ; we should tJttir subdued allies also said this was lice first step t other movements Look at This to the right; to go any where T WooU'.f'*

Luse and calumny. Conscious, however, of like to know whether he has turned a summer 1 thank God that in his infinite wisdom !" meaning doubtless emancipation in The New York Sun, one of(he I least fanatical in the face of the federal bayonets? Not< *,

the rectitude of his course: and the honesty set.Ve confess that we do not believe it. and mercy, he has been pleased thus to ordain. lice States 1! The only dissent to Seward's of all the Northern thus speaks of. if the "glorious Union" was likely to be sobered
But to our extract, and a most interestingone The truths I have announced, ought and will proposition from Northern Senator to That 6*
his intentions, he will continue to be the advo. a the admission of California : into fragments by it !L paper
itis : teach moderation and forbearance to all who the lime. They deemed (the_ measure ditf''fl'
proper, that looks lo secession or
and interests
cate Southern rights regardless Undoubtedly there will be clamor and do nothing
of Gen. Jackson's warmest and a. value the Union of these States. Each wilt Lest c r.
Many but to for the
of Ihe yelp of look to the fearful to itself that thought postpone i pruen. clatter from the extreme and fanatic Southern lion: as the possible'results] of a practical
in and consequences "
blest friends remonstrance
) .. "Tray Blanche and Sweet heart,little dogs and all!" tested against doctrines up tinctured and tain pro. may attend iU own acts, and will abstain from Such was the position of that eminent con. membess-it is to be expected-but the final rying out of the "rlg' to g" any where.

has taken in his admitted servativc, Mr. Wintlirop, for tvhdm Mr. Cab. result may pe written down with ceriainty.Their .-
Heard to
: ]Major high ground ted with the bane federalism: that they had pushing even powers oppression.TlfK Prosect
decision Cotton Cropa-DiscouragiBg
h Addresses lo the people of the State. Relying brought Daniel Webster and the federalists en RIGHT or SECESSION 18 TIlE RIGhT' OF ell once toted. for Speaker. Mr. Fillmore is rl be th dom of slavery in has been ibe c "I I
known to baja favor ofthe Eventsare the United Ilsjinal suppression an Most disheartening
claimed and
their To nothing of An. It may bd by one today, measure. a 1''
vpon fa good faith of lit Resolve of a n'hig masse the marks into of wide snpporl.spread dissatisfaction say with another to-morrow, as each may find itself a. hastening to a more'tremendous consummation institution, is near at hand, and may h lo-e the appearance and ,)promise nfthec0U0c;?-,

legislature, he sustained the Nashville Con which the Virginia jourals I teemed,-there grieved Its apprehended erlls ,may easily; ( Next Congress will witness their upon as one of th most triumphant, ever since the storm. Many planter, are u.'J'-5-9

venlion and believing that the, line recom. were two of the most remarkable men of the Be guarded against, by exercising doubtful Yel the thought of resist. fought cud Ion, yet recorded in th world's1LitOrl they uSl! nut ma'.o iu.-re tf1i la:1: arcrop pau.Liitblighted : I
tm/i ance is treason !f'e, are called to It will have been a victory) without while all are Uienj c -'
be. less thon the nor pressing legitimate upon prote
that body 'to no times and who had largely contributed to powers powers i Hond
inrnd'dby become The of to the North by the present election! that we bloodshed.-'a] victory principle over habit hope 1cd! in, : .
who took decldtd they szcurtty, The. 'c
entitled to, he advocated i it Gen. Jackson's elevation, now doubtful. WI
.' outh justly und'aisoeiation of ofibal cf
was bow to anyihingishe Impose. RIGHT over WKOICG. fall
as a measure which, if fcccurcd, would settle ground against such of tire doctrines of the Union is (0 the common aICclohS \"i may certainly very lbort


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jtite Inert' number: of our pipiliihit Gu\'r; 4r I'h'" tefuswl l lo receive anti) m'. 'I P1vi.. tlu'Ush'f!" I Horn! then the.leader] gain the appro1 ation of this custodian (!) !:' : : dwelling part of the Eriok Euildirg-
reach !(tn< of ihe IIIOMCounties c"llliz the Hen'on ant I Hillsliomiisli,, compa. sees illcrrcntiD direct and pilpable, and that Southern right: '. .This is the state of man ; to- l..y he puts forth .nlli1TIU r Ihe corner' of Adams sod Clinton ..
.rfllprotaMjr flies In call into scrvjcithusi: l' from The tender leave of hope; to-morrow blossomsAnd commonly known Ihe" Bartlett :
*'blC b liefoie the election, we would oilier|pnfcril counties more remote fioin the frontier, too, against the South, .and he .will wonder This quoting of the resolutions of Ihp Mad bears his blushing honors, thick upon him : Kuildmsr," with tllthfi necessary out houses and improvements. I.,

J*lIIal : Counties for how is that sticklers the The third day comes frost killing lro-l- The home has recently been lepairtcf. .:
thobC to such
in ison in f-1 -t. .
fjiciiJi the of$1 100,000 en. i great a meeting 1847, from which the Sentinel "
lI1)on/ our that appropriation rrcoml : Andhen he thinks, good, easy man, ful surely For terms, &.C., apply at this Office.SeplemUr "G ." .
ur 1ti the Rtsr/lt by Illc earliest opportunity. Jed hy (;ov. Brown was cut down to 87.ood, Florida! Sentinel for no/i-inicrrenlion, can en- then dissented, and now tries lo pass off as His zrealncs i i. a ripening, nips l his: root., 14. 1-.V. 36 If l

\t" fars in all parts of the State, will besatif and the Iliilshoraush. and Benton compnnies Joe the act of Congress in the admission oCahirornia. our doctrine,"" is about the baldest piece of And then he f.l:" Notice .
our rfO Sentinel 17. To the friends of the deceased it be consoling :
thrown out. Sept. may It. t
:ihrearliff to liarntls iwi/r. That paper however, throws .np impudence that we have met with lately. t to know that he did not dil without hope. A short IS hereby given that application will Lemacleo to'the J..
1!1 ourdifleiont friends we offer thisencour.eut This is a precious piece of bumliuggery> its cap at the whole proceeding and justifies lime berort hi.decease, !several\ Mini tcrs of the Honorable James .: Hronrpe Judge of Probate '"

o ) -\nd with us a attempted to be palmed off on the eve of the the doings of the adventurers in California. Death of Bishop Bascom. Gospel were with him. He begged them to pray for for Leon Connty. Stale of Florida on Monday l I
-we shall iiiutnph, The telegraph announces the death of II. him ; ethortrd others: to change their course, and twenty-first day of October next for authority to : .
*! ifercry man will do his ddy election upon the people of Dent on and Hillshoiongh Aye, it goes further than this-it denounces as applauded those who were in the night track. He sell I the following real estate of Andrew F., Eliza .ir -,
; fau.v B. Biscom D. D. of the of the
y one Bishops beth S.,and Horatio C. heirs of Ho- !
credit Counties. The citizens there will dUunionists and secessionists all those who expressed a desire to live only a little! while longer minor i% -.
i s; |H. He cart'full/ow you reports Methodist Church, South. He died at Louisville to show to the world how great would be the difference ratio C. %Withers.deceased wit: i' ,I.
circulation! when too late to be contra. doubtless] thank the Sentinel for the veyfa. dare to raise a ,'oict in condemnation of the between his pant and future life: Mill 1 ,when he Lots Nos. J.'.and .t, in fractional Section 20, and k!. t :.
in Ky., on SaturdIY: the 7lb inst. BishopB. lot No. 2, ill fractional Section; aa in ,-
pit vorable estimate which it makes of their in. act of But our honor i is saved !" siw that death was inevitable he met it with the 3t. Township
d.clrd. ___ _____ ___ Congres was one of the most eminent Divines of thisor mOt calm fortitude and resignationbeing in the ful 2, North of Range I West in Ihk County of Leon; .tr&-t. ".
tellipence in supposing that they can he thus exclaims that paper-" our honor was itiTolvcd possession of his mental facu1iElo the ( and Stale of Florida, containing 3&' acres more ot !"r j'
& something worse, in Florida! other As orator he
any a less.
pu'pit .
his The la uttered ,
reatrdiS:1 country. f.r'
gulled and'deceived. The voters and volunteers and expiration. well
in the of the Congress
proviso .
) by the admission of Calrnjatacquiied passage had words and fixed 1IAMDEN A. WHITE- :
lie North naviiig no ,superior. His death will be deeply : of prayer. h dying gaze was on .
, complete control over the leCation of those staunch Democratic Counties has spared: us that infliction I" Spared us mourned brighter worlds on May he be welcomed Ito CAROLINE R. WHITE.Guardians ,
the .
Church of which
he :1"
if that by was so Ihe gates of paradise, is prayer of &.c. ,
know whatever Governor Drown the
with difference hisFRIEND.
of the country, having: an Abolition lccl i a "tlweance i distinguished a member. September, 1-1. ISV!__ 3', 4t I'
of the House of wrote or the President recommended, a Bill, make whether a man tweak jour nose with -- -- --- -: --- ..
Prfkidfut, a majority Reprenatjvcs -- -- -- ---- --" : Planters; lc.t .

, ( and a majority in the United States introduced by Mr. rllrc! has already passed I the right hand or with the left ? I not the Democratic Meeting. Rev.Thomas Gardner will preach in the Methodist H"MIE subscriber will make cash advances on COTI I ** .,

g will remain for her to the Senate,for the ample payment of amounts insult the same 1 But it is a waste of wordsto At a meeting of the Democratic part, at Protestant Church in Tallahas-ie: on Sunday, TON AND TOBACCO hll'r dtoMlsnl.C ; ,. .t ".
Senate, it only carryout who ?thihltiCelo! on Saturilay the 7th September, on the'!2d instant: at the taual hour. Anderson & Co., New York. .. .'
due the brave citizens
sojustly were ready seek to __ if.. .
the "
) --- --
if r cherished purpose cmancipiling motion Capt. JAMES C01vr was 10 -- :: =- :: :;: - ...

Souinern: slaves if hen she shall, see fit The to give their lives in defence of their homesand 44 Quicken a heart under! the ribs of death." the Chair, and S'ITJ SIMKINS and calf(1. W. Third Hound Quarterly Meetings for the -September--,-,16--0. 3t ----- tf. : -.

neighbors. Such a Bill, for the payment That paper's patriotism is of a character: I TAYLOR requested to act Sect claries. Tallahassee District. ', \ct"
ffill b>e only one important obstacle: in) herr as To the Ladies and Gentlemen of TallahauctV r .' '
the hall think the fullnchs of time i of all these troops, has passed the Senate ; and that takes no offence at this greatest outrageever The Chairman then explained the object of Oadtd'n &Quincv C.M.at R. cky Con; 18 & 20; Sp. ,'Io't.
when Thoma
ville Circuit, at Duke's, 23 & 2)Hainhritge ,
\. the meeting to be the selection of candidatesto \ /111. J. R. LLOYD will return lo Tallahassee 6? '. ,t.
who but Cabell is': blame that has fanatical the
to peipclrated by a on
bas come. That will be found in the fact i the of Cir ,at Blowing Cavr, 4-, 5, k 6 Oct. I\i the 20th instant, and may he always found in f:.' '
of the slave Stales would choose not passed the House ? The President! it rights of the South. I is vastly more to its represent County Jefferson in the Rlakelcy Circuitat Ple rnofct next to wit Senator and Albany Circuit at Sprine "
hat Legislative : one
( 21 nr."r
But .C.l.17 Messrs. Cull & Pratorins Clothing l tabli6hm ,
tttcssion rather than mancipation. Of course stems from the Sentinel, refused to recommend taste to sligmatise as enemies to the Unionall three members of the House. Little River !li!. Oak & 27 I.al1lt11 and Gentlemen disiuutiglc'have I the latrst im.protements .

as a State shall secede, the power of a sufficient appropiiatinn. Thanks to our those who do not look through its eyes, Col. HacklJr then offered Resolutions, in Pictures made manifest wool3 dtf f ,I. ..
0 f her will faithful Senator, without: the recommendation and whose Southern pride and regard for which were adopted, for the regulation of the New Goods. well not to be in a hurry while the tcarftt iceathtt 4 '
fonTess over cease. 'I'prevent, 1 a larsre and carefully selected stock of continues. lie will have .n hand a Stork of calesl ,. '. : _
the escape ofits victims, and the frus. of i he President, and with no reference to any Southern interests do not quite so leadily reconcile '. meeting.The OPENING, rlania. and Bnzht Metal Ware, both plain arid ornamenrtl!,sUlh a4 were nerer exhibited t. "' .
therefore Chair, (then announced the next busi. consisting in and Coffee( Pot, French in ihiscily before. His desire shall! be to give ;:
done said by Governor Brown, the them to deliberate! acts of encroach. part
nation of its infernal tchemea, the North has thing o ness in order to be the nomination of a candi. Coffee Pitchers, Candle Sticki of different sati.action; to nil who may visit his Rooms,and good .;. ,

rrtjed itself against the doctrine of secession, proper Hill has passed the Senate ; and if Mr.I ment and cold.hloodedron! date for"the Senate, and at the "second balloting I ': Fillra., Moulds Glass Linterns: Cake Bi\e, I'ictines warranted or no charge m.de. ), ,

the right of Slate to the Cabcll: had done as much In the one house as But to this non-intervention doctrine. We Col. Wm. R. Taylor was declared by the Canmsters, and a variety of other articles, which September 14, 1S0. 3G ;
utterly] denting any I the/ offer for sale on reasonable! terms. ." .
icrcise of lhat defensive; power. The South is Mr. Yule.e in the other, the volunteers of Captains call the attention of our readers to the follow Chair to be the nominee for the Senate. Also on hand a full and exltn-tive stock of Tin (COPY.) .' ..\ ..

Parker's view of it from Senator Berrien. His The Chair declared the next business in or. I Ware of every description manufactured here by STATE OF FLORIDA :
Sparkman, companies hog
warned that, if be' Rr.all attempt to escape ruin Bradley} ana der to be the selection of candidates fur the good uoikmenandat fair price In the Circuit Court of Madison Coimty, : "' '

through this only door of deliverance which a well as those of Major Johnson's, opinions, we apprehend entitled] to as much House of Representatives, which resulted in Leid: Pipe, Sheet Lead, Copper Zinc and Cistern O N application of John C. McGehee, Administrator ; ,'f; .

ffilltben be left to her ; if, to avoid free nc. Captain Fislier'sf"and: all the rest would now considtrtilJ as the ScntincVs, or those of an) the selection of Col. Wm. S. Dilworth, John Work Pump executed fir sale.faithfully Tin, Roofing and with, Guttering despatch.T. .and Job applying of for the leave e-st.a.te.tosell of) certain John J.teal Boyce estate deceased, lying in; .:' .

supremacy, she should betake herself to have their money in their pockets. But so other of the new lights : Finlayson, and Joshua Tador, Ee!qrs. WIllIE & CO. said County of which J he1 tts I fie maM Crnent.and r'. ,.

gro then the Federal will be lung a Mr. Cabell shall fail to procure the "The doctrine of non intervention is not applicable On motion of Col. K. E. lackhur the September 21 lil. 37 If which rmed part of the esfa'te 6f said decedent : ;;.tiI l-
army em. "
nominations made i. OtdercJ, That Jb Johnson, of South Car
ployed to bring her back to duty and that passage of the Senate's Bill through the to the present slate ofthings. Clay'foil's Colonel Blackburn\ef offered the lte.soliitiunsadopted New Goods. lina, \lie, and he is hereby, appointed Gnardian ad 0 < ,

will be thus held bound hand and foot. I House, the Piesident's recommendation. compromise bill proposed to establish territorial subscriber i is now receiving per Suwanme /Vf/jof( the hiiixif ch'Idren! of said( John J. Bovce; '.
the THE
be asa for the territory by Southern Members ol Congress, 10 wit< Albeit! Eli/a i
governments al ac. Elizabeth from New York. and Wm. RIMtei : Bojre atilt Boyce. to represent; :
beep! before her bhearcis as a lamb in the! t her for a hundred thousand or a hundred mil!. quired from Mexico. effect of it would which were unanimously ad pled.Col. horn New Orleans a full aunply of GOODS protect ai.d ra ?'fntain (tie right* of the said infants in ,.)'., .

daughter: while her enemies worl lon of dollars, amounts to nothing. Our have been to have opened the whole to the Pilwnrth, in a fv brief remarks an.nounccd suited to the season, viz : this behalf: ) /
pen may Flour Gennessee and best brands .ind it is further Ordered That a copy of this : .
St. .
to the the death of Col. T. Louis ,
ilin'r will without resistance or oppo itiflll.Tlal .- Representative, by his neglect, l1la)keep the owners of slaves, subject to the decision of the meeting Bale Hope and Twine Order be published in one of the newspapers printed :f' "
J. Heir and offered Resolutions
right secession is denied in the faceof soldiers out of their money as long as he is in Supp-me Couil. It wa! to such a case only the following C superior Doub'e! Barrel: Guns, in the city ot Tallahassee for the space of thirty : ,I..
us that non-intervention could apply. But if I r.Cmv's which were unanimously adopted : Smiths AnriN, Bellows Vice.. 5tr.Coflee days, gfvin i :; r.olice the design of,1Itiddmini tra' .
all the dangers which threaten us-denied Congress, unless our State shall take the mat. compromise bill should pas. then 1. Resolved, That, in the death of Colonel Pouchonz Tea, Butter Cracker, tor lo apply M permission to sell the real estate a- t.

01 liy the North. ter in hand. A Bill, abundantly satisfactoryto Congress would intervene by' that act, to (Heir, Jefferson County has lost one of ils; most 1 Kice/barreN.halve .and qua: ,tprs No. 1 Mackerel .tores,,id.Given. .
very under hand, at Tallahassee this
7th .
No. 1 Soap, Sperm Candles my .
But is that all Does tho North stand I all the volunteers we say, has passed in prohibit slavery. in the most important and valuable citizens, and the State one of its 2 cases setits superior calf skin Boot, September, l ;5a (Sipned.i ) .

alone No, no. A Southern is out spite of the want of a proper recommendation valuable part i,f the common territory-for t brightest ornaments. Patent Balances, Grindstones, THOMAS BALTZELL. ., '
paper' that the people who chanced to be 2. Resolved, That as a man he was sociable Calf Skins, Bridle and Gin-band Leather, September 14.1 IS-TO.; 3A 4t ,
from the President. in the agiee
denunciation of this time hallowed and vitally now lingers J
in I kind, charitable a public Well Bl1cketVoorllfeas1Jres., Tubs,
California, had no right to declare this prohibition ; a sPr.anl Notice.
House. What has Mr. Cabell done to have Ames Spades and Shovels, :
doctrine of fatliers he faithful to his in the dis.
important our Republican and that their act is entii ely null! and was trust, prompt An invoice Hats, cUiuis

-the, doctrine of Jefferson, Madison, it passed ? Has lIe obtained in six months, \li.l, until Congress shall give it life and validity. charge of his duty, and untiring in his labors. Silk and Cotton Uumbrelhs.Ou ALLpersonshavipe Heir, Uteol or demands iegeroim against Counly the; .

Randolph., and al the great lights of the !HI. during which it has: been there, a single vote It is the same thing as if Congress had U. RCorell That we tender our heart-felt Hand drcensed. will present them to the undersigned within t r. "
the themselves. relatives of the deceased ; the time prescribed by law, nlhtrwise this notice", '
publican f faith. This doctrine, has hoen "tatl'c on it1 Not one, at the last accounts.It impnee proviso IfC.IIflrul. hut,)while we condole with them, we feel A rond supply of Bacon, Satt Buzzing. &... and will bf pleaded in bar ihereol.; and all persons indebted .'
is admitted with her
the Sentinel mistaken present Cfn lituliCI, I all other articles for the trade, f nr which make Immediate ;
is necess-iry wilt
in (lie following wotds by that) illustrious true though published loss please pa>merit. ,'_ 'z1 t.
pat. deeply sensible of the almost irreparable .
gicss will have intervened against the South, fair prices will be taken, and the same given 'lor W. S D1LWORTM. Adm'r. 'J
riot and time honored I Democrat) a while since an account of its passage we have sustained. Cotton or other article of produce offered in the : '
LyltlelonWaller and cannot theiefore. with! any show ofjustice, any JefTerfcm County S.it.| 11,1SO I 23 8w ..-
inian the by the House. Such is not the fact. Nothinghas plead! non-intervention as an excuse for withholding On motion of Dr. Russell, a meeting of the market. J. M. WILLIAMS. -
TnewI'l'I September, IS:I. 37 tf and Bale ::
days of that glorious 'old Commonwealth been done towards its passage since it left fiom the South, an act which may be citizens of Jefferson County, irrespec-ive of '-- Bagging Rope. i.
puliuiest } be held in this A FULL Ripply ot Gunny Cloth and Kent icky \ '
to place on
was appointed
to her the of party Sftoves.TUST
the Senate. Mr. excuse is the slavery necessary protect enjoyment New k
: CalJcls Basuin. and Kentucky and flew York mada"
i the fourth in this month, to lake into J"
I her Constitutional I Saturday) .
rights. receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor. Rope, for sale low I
The Union discussion, when 'c'cr.v body knows that :
the Stales thus reMing consideration for the bv"McNAUGHT
--' ---- ----- measures protection
upon necessary) and Air Tight Stoves ol the most approved pat. & ORMOND. .n'
a Covenant, entered into by- C'e.Iat with the principal discussion of the slavery question, New Mexico "the Next thn in Order!/ of the South, and the propriety) of sending erns and latent atjles. Call and F.xamine them.T. NtwpnrtAntit, 21. t IS"l 33 -

its co-States-when the terms of this Cove to which the eyes of all! have been turned has "lip New Yoik Tribune, great organ of Delegates to the Nashville Convention. WHITE & CO. Bounty- -Land- am! General at Washington \.

1111 are supposed to be 11'okIIJ any of them, been in the Senate. Yet in spite of this Mr. the Emancipationists, says, (after mentioningthe On motion of Captain John .A. Edwards, it t September IS-IO 37 tf el1ry ;

u there is no common arbiter to decide( lie.tween was TO:EPIIT. WALKER will give and effi.1 -
luke procured the of this and of adoption of the late Bills,) The next CITY COTTON WEIGHER. prrl11rt
thn parties, it is of necessity, lint: each passage ,an. Resolved That the proceedings of this meeting I'ient attention to the BOUNTY LAND. CLAIMS
State muftt judge, for t'lf awl act as its otlu r Bill of great importance to the State thing in order is, Shall .el Mexico be admitted be published in the Floridian & Journal. TIE: undersigned; PfJHLIC COTTON WEIGHER returned ot Officers and S5Tdicrs enzasffil in the florldX H'nrt .
OWI the City Tallahasse, having just '
,H( ;:mcnl nuy dictate. the honest e\or- through that body. Let the people remember I as a Stare in the Union T TII will be With th greatest degree of satisfaction and "rom the North with tiro pair of Srnlrs, mt llfjzc- States or either have ot been the Indian engaged 1f"H.or the in which War icith(he United Great .. ,

l'i of this judgment, any sovereign 1 Slain; de- those things.But i the ruling question at lie next se. sum. Wesny the utmost harmony, the meeting adjourned sued ailjiistnl mid rrrtified bi/ the bipector of Britain ot IS 12, and to any description of business .
tlaret'the Covenant, hllken by its co.Statll '' I sine die. Senltt ar./l Wrights of the .Veur York Cu.ilom requiring an Azent or Alt rrtej at Wa-hington. "or. _
Governor is to he )blamed for Aye The country here called New
and (chooses to dissolve the, Uni'J therebyt.lhIjb1jLj es- Moseley JAMES SCOTT Chairman. lfi>uf, i i.i noprelar'd to received and weigh any procuring Lane) Warrants his charge will be $:.- .
1 for this she his action in telalion to the volunteers, wliile :Mexico is made up mainly of the region which Cotton brought to this Market lie will attend at In other cases it wilt be proportioned to the nature .
has the feet .
cause, pci < GE0. ,V. T.'YLOU, ? the Depot or at any place within the limits ot the and difficulty ot t the t
fight to do and this Governor; Brown is be commended That Mr.I Cahell's vote to cut off from Tex- Sccrc,aries. case. ,. .
makes to
so ; ieCcs.uI: from helped SMITH SIMKIXS, ) City at the shortest notice. In conjunction withjthe! He w ill at!>oact,in connection with t'nfsa.n At-. .
the Union as to that party onlv.'. is the game of the Sentinel. Gov. Moselry, a!, I thus} aiding, to the extent of that \.otE, in --- --- Cotton wf'!:,hinr. he has a large %'ard in the rear of tornrj in Floridavlio may In? employed In Bounty 't'

Gen. Tazt'wll was never a Nullifier. He who slept scarcely day or night after the out. building up a free-Stare of a part of Texas to Tribute of Respect. Mers.will receive-K1RK-5EY:COTTON WILI.tAlIS"STORF'whprphe FOR WEIGHING ON agreed Land and npi-n.other Letter Claims, h(\\hich, on leini should* which be post may paid/be' .. .

opposed Nullification inl"3-:3Iul: at the break, until he could send troops to the pro. be admitted next winter. HIRAM LODGE, No. 5, F. & A. 1) STORVGC. The suh..rriher's] strict attention and will receive immediate attention. .

nun* lime )he, with John Julm --- Momicello, F*., Sept. 3, 18.r>0. $ experience for the lasl three years at the Depot Washington City, D. C., Sfpt 14. 1S.:0. 3ij If .
Randolph( II. teciion of and children in of ,
: women danger Our Doctrine" Again. 1. Resohtd That, with the deepest will!, hehopea, brin; him the custom of the Planters -_ I -
Pieasants! Thomas Uitchie, Win. 1 U.$ Giles, :Merchants: zenerally. Office in the rear of Mr. To Post Masters.
butchery ; who, forgetful of party, called U'higs The last number of the Florida Sentinel and the most painful t feelings of sorrow, we Klrksev's store, where subscriber may be found at 'P" :

John Tyler, P. P. Harbor, It. Watkins l Lfigh i and Democrats) to office in the promotion of I quotes several resolutions! adopted a meet have heard of the sudden demise of our Worvhipful all times. POST OFFICE STAMPS full sfl,C'omrt.-te.\\11'-' t
Lad all the loading of by and beloved Brother CHARLES A. X\ TT. !, furnished for only $1 1 t. and special authority .
men Virginia, Whigs this noble work who hesitated Master dearly ,
; not a moment of the of
ing people Madison in July, 1817, City Cotton IJ'either.September 10 send by mail, rpe. Address P.M ; :
an-1] Democrat: advocate the right of seresfion. to his and at hazard I i C.t.Thom1s Jefferson; I H.ir. Pleasant Grove Alleghanv County, MJ." .
i put purse private properly and prefaces them with tlyse) q-ieMions: 21, IS-TX: : 37 It ,
That in the death of Brother
Resolved, our FRINTERS. I'
Now that the esercii e of this right is that the : might be repelled and the, TO .
savages should the
Why of Floiida bo \
people compelled this Loo je has sustained an irreparable Goods. WOOD TYPE made one-lhird cheaper' (but u'
looked, to as the only' refuge II v.hich the settlers] saved : he is that is to be blamed, to all New than 1\1 PROOF PRESS
) i ahalldol previous portions, con- Joss ; mill! while we submit with resignation to good) city prices; >0,3 good \ :

South ran .escnpe the hellish purposes of a "hit Governor Brown, who did nothing but I tl llc themselves., and eat I their own words ? this severe visitalion of Providence, we hope .TUST J and for received sale per Sch. Elizabeth from New York, complete, for 510, or Draw in;. and Desciiption.so -. ,' -j
Ly you; can make \nurse (. for -j-I. Address P. M.; .
Northern when that ) ridicule and \\1 has been our doctrine on the slavery that his and devotion to the G. H. MEGINNISS.' Pleasant I
majority majority .h,1: censure, condemn him ; who, op. bright example Grcve:Alle;hany Cotnfy, Md. <
think proper to carry them out, tliix rigi islenied posed utterly the raising of troops, contending question ? Order may not IJo lost on those left to mourn Septemb-r 21, lS. O. 37 tf mAny:: paper publwbing this notice.'aml sending ;', .
her Then follow the resolutions, interspersedwith his untimely death, but be bread cast on the -- a copy,shall receive Drawing and Description the' r. '
by a Soul/wr paper, and that paper that there was no necessity for it ; that .the a after Notice. Proof Press. September J.f. 1S.;>O. 35 .
is remarks from the editor, from which the waters, which shall be gatbrec many
piMtihcdin Tallahassee months from dtetheundersigned.Ev'eutnr
The doctrines
s'ller were no danger : he is to be praisedto I SIX .
of Jen. Jackson's Proclamation reader i is to infer a perfect coincidence of day. *. the last will and testament of LZ Williams In Leon Circuit Court. .
are held op the skies. Let the people judge between opinion :3. Reiolccd, That we heartily sympathizewith .tel'paqC'd.l\e? of Gad den County will apply to the IN CIt NCEky. r '.:

10 lHnn! tier, by the, press in question.W them. L M the volunteers speak. Let Cap. between the actors in the meeting at that the" relatives of the deceased in our and Judge! of Probate of said County for a final dischargeand James M. Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S. 1 ,

ye its editor a Southern man even, one tain Shine, Quarter Master, now Whig candi. time and the Sentinel. What will the peopeof ] their bereavement, and trust that the death of settlement SAMUEL if( fr im .WOODBURY...i.l estate. Es'.otlr. Hunter, decea-eJ !. :

be amazed his Florida think, however, when toldthu our Brother, was only the call of the Supreme 6m r". :: :
\t1 at boldness fur though date for the and they are Gad-den County September 21 1')537
,. ; Legislature, Major: Johnson of the Universe from earthly labor William Btirncj and others creditor! ? of said estate. .

tie natives of the (il" might be allowed, and Captain Fisher, ay who was in favor of the Florida Seniinfl nissn.vriu/ron: the .\rchilec celestial refreshment ; from a terrestial lodgeto NEW SCHOOL. IT appealing: to the satisfaction nl the Court by \.
that to affsJl\'it, lI1\C William Leoniilas Willey;
? Yet Burney 1 '
wfcijoii meeting here
is the
l.r occ. to take very great liberty in calling out volunteers, and who opposed it- loacdingfo that house not made with hands, eternal in N the 7th of OCTOBER, the subscriber will Henry Clark Mary McClure.and Thomas J. Hardie, .

pressing their sentiments, yet a doctrine say what was then the position of Governor paper of (tho 10th August, the hesuens, where the wicked cease from. O open a SCHOOL in the Ba'ement of the CourtHouse and Simon Ta Defendants: in the above case reside !. ;
1847 : for boys of any age. The community ma beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but '. '
horrible and the at rest.
is are
ai r ike present crisis, could Moseley, and what that of Governor Brown. troubling, weary rest assured that hi. time and best abilities will be within the limits of the UntledStale : :. :

tardly L tolerated corning from one of tluem. Yet the latter is now to be praised, and the It Fct'm'proper, in publishing the proceedings 4. Resolved, That this Lodge, and the members faithfully employed for the moral and intellectual It tit Viderrd, That said Defendants appear and 10-

Rut what i of this meeting, opposed mary respects thereof wear the usual badge of mourning advancement of his pupils. answer the Bill filed in thts cat:"?, on or before the ,':.
arc we to think when we see a gen- former condemned. Such is the game of the to the previous tone of this print, i that we should, of thirty days. His terms of tuition will be made: known npon ap. first Monday in Febnmy next, otherwise the Com,

ileman from Massachusetts, the very Gibral- Sentinel. We leave the people to consider at the same lime, express )', as we muM, 5. llesolrcd. That these Resolutions be published plication. JESSE P. SMITh.September plainant's Bill shall be taken pro eanftxso: Provided '. '
briefly 21.1SSO. 37Notice. A of this Orde be published once a week
Icr of Federalism and Abolitionism, who, one these, things. and clearly as we can, the grounds of our msSKXT in the Floridian & Journal. for tour copy months preceding the said fir,t Monday in, .. ;

would think should touch with --- -- ." W. II. ANDREWS. Secretary. and : '
fume delicacyupon ---- February next, in some newspaper" printed published +

questions involving all that the South Non.Intervention-New Lights. Thp proceedings of the Madison meeting --. -- '. & :, the undersigned] will make application to in the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida.
The new light non-interventionists, with OBITTJABY. WE the next Legislature of the State of Florida Given at Chambers this 5th Seplenber. 1S50. .' ,"
holds] dear-ulal are we to ttilkh n an the fiom which the Sentinel then entered its du. the 30th for a charter for a Plank Road from Ocala to the THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge,
Florida Sentinel Monticello, Florida on August
their head
at at
editor from such a quarter, at such a crisis, are great sent, were levelled against the' Wilmot Proviso Pied headcl Silver Spri g. A true copv-Attest. .. .
sticklers for non-intervention, and are horrified after .short DAVID PROVINCE.JNO. OSCAR A. MYERS Ctefk. \
when we have such a future before us,joins the the and say not a word about 36 30, or any other HEW in the 33d year of( his age. G. REARDCW. LONG ARCHER & CORL Y. C
at bare idea
Emancipationist; Henry CIa)', and the Free Congressional 6 inter. Compromise. If the Sentinel wishes to know The transition from life to death, is the most difficult W. S. HARRIS, Solicitors for Complainant. 'J(
ance with this subject," ( ) Now C. A. M. MITCHEL; September 5,1S5O 35 4m \ )
Boners of his native North, in condemnationand slavery. no the position of Madison on that question, we of all ideas for one to realize. For one of our 3. A. CARTER .
one will more readily say to the fanatics in constant companions to fall l.a victim t to'the BRYAN At Priate Sale; "
denial and STEPHEN ,
of our right to the only refuge lelt commend to its careful perusal the following daily ,:
loneliness LIKELY NEGRO GIRL about 21 olcf;: .
Congress "hands off than ourselves and causes a feeling of Badness and JOHN SCOTT years
for I A '
Ul a future day of rc/7/ -a day which will hence our irreconcilable resolutions adopted, without a dissenting voice, grave time alone can relieve. The subject of this S. G. BROWN, and child a good housekeeper, seamstress ana T: ,
the which
I surely come, sooner or later time shall hostility" to ad. by one of the JOSIAH PAINE, nurse. S ,
of ,
largest assemblages ever indeed a companion : one possessed "
notice was BERRY
mission California, because we see in that SIMEON! HCLVENSTON. .. & ROWLES, .
continue to roll on in its resistless current ? admission held in that County, on the 3d day of August, all the social feelings calculated lo produce happinessin MarinnCountv.Sept.82t] 1S50. '313m Auctioneers & Commission; Merchant )

What Southern man does not tremble in an interference with the subject"by iso: : those with whom associated: whose object and September 7, bj5 It .
Congress. It ha been abundantly shown study in life vm not the attainment of happmevs for BERRY & ROWLES, ;
contemplating! : the dangers which threatens that the seizure the 1..! RC8oZrcd That we fully endorse the himself, but others : he lived lot for self, but for his just received Schooner William R :P. ,P. LEWIS; .., \
homey by people who chanced there want lo relieve or sore .
The in Resolutions Wherever was HAVE
positions friends. LOCAL DENTIST
scripture is fulfilled in our nmUt fsumf passed by : from New Orleans, ,
to be in California," of 449.G91 miles the row to condole! his heart and pUlse were ever open Flour, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
the Family
enemies of the South are they of her square assembly recently convened at hand never shut against the knocking of 20 bbls. new ,
own 01| the cumitiomi domain, and the appropriation of Nashville, and lender to the members thereofour His and was the needy never left him unsatisfied.The .- 20 i do do do do do 5CJ- Rooms at Mrs. DEMIU.\ Boarding House.'
household I is not enough that presses warmest gratitude for the the widow and orphan were hushed by S2U do superfine do September, 1551)i lS
;in New millions! of acres to their own use, is contraryto dignity, firmness, cries of 5 d.) white CiuAnirjED Suzar,
Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinati and ability with which they tho 'bounty and they have lost 1 dear and useful do Middle Circuit of Florida ;
all law and precedent, and is utterly null discharged hil the death of Col. Heir. Though he, like 5 do superior Brown ; 4
preach to the duties friend in
us doctrine of*subtnisbion that devolved them. 2 do do Smoked Berf liana
upon hia faults hia virtues t IN GADSDENCIRCUIT COURT: .
and void until Congress gives these highhanded other tnoitals had yet plead Sides aid Shoulders!
hear)7) every Southern town has within it those 2. liesolvcd, That in agreeing to take'the like angels Irumpet-tongned" in their excuse.WhileVe .- 3 Cured Hams IN CHANCERY. .

from the strong holds of Abolition who areWarnh outrages life and validity, which she has Missouri Compromise, we do only because would not heap taUe< praue on an departfdfiend lieices Kentucky, Sugar Bagging, Rope and Twine Sill for Injunction and Relief.Redding s ;

,, u of the consequences of resistance <)oiie by the admission of California into Ihe such a basis has been heretofore acquiesced' yt candidly could be pronounced believe t hal on him the,highest would be eu1 a- 1 box superior Loaf Sugar. For sale! low. C. Wooten and Jams; L. Shield*, CompIM' ?

We ;to be fnelascJln Union. Congress thus lrgaisC the acts of a in asa mean of preserving the Union. 1 Logy portraiture of his character. Though hN life BERRY ROWLES. e.,. Y.Jamei .
the correct '
Union not alone *'S. September 21. 1550. 37 It M. Baker and Samuel B. Love,Jraf/vsruiers
Resolved of
of That Compromise that brief it illustrates forcibly t the advantage re-
low whi'K, i miy b bon hut fur uH timeihuliw body squatters( composed Indians, Mexi. yields more on the part of any the South than the was pi&Uran governments, Lett almost in hil Infancyan 11 D'inran Baker, deceased Deff ndarli.FT .
cans, half-breed, Chinese, Sandwich Wand! Missouii orphan without friends or property, still, by,the BERRY & ROWLES, appearing to the satisfaction cf the, Crurt that t
\IJition majority may worfc their Compromise, or ol which merchants and JL the Defendant! James M. & / in '
laCom. of his genius, he surmouuted every obstacle, Auctioneers and Commission > \\i, ITMMUt Id or hindrance.. era, Europeans, and Americans thing nev.IT promise is lot tie liasis, IS oppressive and force and! ro a height equal to that of any man of his Cotton Brokers. State but beyond the Middle, Cfytuit : It u Ordered

1"or before done by this Government, and which grading to the slaveholding! States: as equals In ro'it the stateHaving selected the profession: ot That theDetendintJamesM.Thmkerdoappearan .
narsclfes we know that *) e shall he age for the favors of the past season and answer Ih'c Bill filed in"thfs: ca-4 within three months' 5 'L
with the North he acquired Iltcratiyepracke.
in hi won
cenonCc for the which wo have never would have been dune I by it, 'had not Confederacy, and a l v .*and at the time 01 his death in the THANKFUL themselves that they gave satisfaction af.er the d'ate hereof: ..Ind if ufurtfier Ordered ,

tIId. 1, k if. laTgugo this same motley crowd of adventurers, in binding one portion of the Confederacy to a prosecution\05. of this science. Having en. : to their patuiiiJ' .iain,otTer t their services as That! a copy of thIs Order he' publi!hed. once a. week" t 9
.: I < .rJ SOUTI 18 OVK MOTHI this state of abject dependence upori the oier." 1'Irce fered' the'arena. of he became the favorite COTTON BROKERS. They will attend to Ihe sale for the. space of two months in some ceyrspWr* 4

We are Bpeaking for her ; and the time. seizing upon public property, determined Here the Sentinel has 'otmr doctrine notills nf his P Tty. and poTitiJ.. limes elected lo IhelUuiatnre. of COTTON by sample, and get the highest price printed fn the cftv- of Tallahassee.. State aforesaid.1:.' i t

Lt coma "heu her on excluding from emigration to It, a portionof The last public officehe held, was that the1 maikct will allow and rnie prompt returns THOMAS BALTZELL, J. dge. '
Sons should IJO preprerl on the slavery qucsfion. That the will be able A true 3t.'t.* T- I.
of Florida.In -
Ioflc4)u1ter' the whom paper tow, that of the Middle Circuit of the same. Away) on spot. they Cf'll"y-\rt it'
Ilmimmig railg. and something wore than people 10 i rightly belonged, as in 1517, a to sucli doctrine "n SlicltofoC stations he filled be gave ample to t take every asJfantaz'e "(f the fluetiralion of themarket. R. C. LESTER Clerk.August _
it IJhalf. Releagilert.tl out. who had freely poured out their blood and giv enter di.ct any al pubic who confided in him At the thl'j charge wil! be as follow/. :31. 1 50.: '34 2m. .
'rd enemaips sn4 UtleRtP4 by internal Iy as is contained these resolutions! of(he tme!; of his iTemith, he ys d cd} >dly !the rot popularrrjjn'in For -ale ot U bar,* or !etl' .' 3H,tents. per bale.. Ir
she en their to it, Hm their .. .. .. Icoliolic Extract Canuubu Indus '
( money acquite acts coulderd : 4-0" ._
and a ? 05 A'
(11. her greater ,
County -
CUI.upln fl tlrl t" stand Iii her being of no validity! until ratified by wealthy) a'nt populous Connljf of Mud'ilrn'. Jeter.on other individual[ .. .. "',1'0' II' -1Y) Coll(1it Liq\ d Adhesive Plaster,: R

1 the J ftr abircs which we ratified Congress They saVor: loo.strong'.!).(opposition to Clay's. I.influence any the Bood-tide of! withthe j-) Over 40( ',: : .: 2S..o PhiIotpktn.N'rvine. ; ., k :
+e and haVing them Tnuitwb.iJ popu1rltv.
; "e by the ad. I. Nerve'a ad Bone Liniment. ,For il. .
: by j7
r .haJ nut Colrl brilliant before BERRY k ROWLES, "
J J, he. in tile d. of California- it ira distinct \ to '! w (his) docTrfne( orr the br b'ehdeshtt( mpst ,. SHIELD1' & GOLI WIRE .
6(1 cl" rnil' mi"sio inrerfer.ence Compromise !e ( 'hjm.in 'lrabte claims hi f u,il victim, and f ,New BuiMng:: Ma n'Strret.September S > 'f .
) and. i> ihe sne"as: ::3eiito't frtlt I s.th/J! 4tes1toa. Tl lii j peoplf of f dwn' home* 1 r,'to' thaj undiscovered' co tf/f from I lilS. : 3a''m.. Jt\ne 15; 1S5O. 33 tJJaa quinc n S

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-I PROCLAMATION STAEILtTV-SECURITY-PERPETUITV. Business ((Harts &C.. I !cqcil Sttmcrttscmcnta Sljc: ) jTloviiMwt $i


$900,000.I LEWIS &AIES- Sale cf Real Estate. PUBLISIED EVERY SATCRDIY, }:n: :

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. DEALERS IN Tt4 pursuance and by virtue of( an order and dtrt'Lof
.1. the Honorable"Judge of( Probate in and f'.r the TFRU : I

OF ?HWOHK-XO. :1.:WALL ST., DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, County of Madison, I will: expose to public sale, at THREE DOLL'RI per annum, if pai J in

VJET Accumulated, Fund, Nov. 1st. I"4.!!. ,- Toilet Arlicles, rerfomery, 4e., Window Class auction, for cash, before I the' Court House door, at THREE AND A HALT, i if paid within six i f

fly the Governor of the .S'/n'c of Florida L" tj'):', -curdy invested' in Bonds and Mortsrajesy PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORSApothecaries' Madison on Mondiy, the Hth day of October next, FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid nnt. tithe end oft I
: i 4 rc-iired bv I lal\ tint an ..1p"til'l,1 tI roil ostsle i'i this city and Brooklyn, and Mucks all the: title and interest of Walter R. BacHur. t
\WrlEKRA thu :-;tat.. on th lir-t M.ridy in
I October next,for t RpgUterof; Puhlic Lind.tn holdJour Government.Thi '. THE.bon'conltantyon handand fursale at the following described lands, l>inl and being in the no pilcri be discontinued unli all i : t

year and until hit successor chill be elected | fund i rapidly increasin5; by a widely extended { said County of Madison, to the option 81 f publsher. : t,

and M'i' lified: I I and b."int u. LEWIS &.UIS. The W i the N EandtheNEo1ibeNV scribers wi be received for t

//t, therefore ol rt/', Tint the mid election beheld I The prn"iNC'h' a dividend of profits of(fif Tallahassee, Novrmht20IS.. \. ol Sec if in Township I. Rtn e9, North and Dollar! months at $1 ro Every order '

throughout the Slate, on t the *aid first! MouJayn reof on all existing policies un Ihe 31st.ofiannary -- E.ist; ,containing one I"Jdre and twenty acres,moreor paper out of this county mu be
October ned, nccordinz; to law. ty-two per ISIS. IIMON TOWLJ. M.\RJ.\O D. P\fY less.: th cash, unless! the order con through any

Given *i'idr mv hand and! the Great Seal of the Insured. TOWLE & PAPY,' ELIAS LASTIXGER. AdmV of regularly authorized agents; in the Stale. ; ;
I the Sute of Florida, at the Capito! in Tal-I All the Profits are among the estate of Waller R. Blackburn,dec'd. ?
Lea.1 I lhaecth! I5lh dv of July. A. D. 1630.: ( The premium are payable in cash annuallysemi- Attornrys Counsellors nl law, I Angnst 31.1S50. 31 ?t A D'ERTIEFTSWi l
I annually, q1.lttitIy, interest being added on the formed an association for the Practice 1 ,1
THOM \S) BROWN lr HAVING be at the rate of One ?
d.'U'ired attend the several Court of Ihe State of Florida. inserted
G<..I't'l"IIorIf FloriJa.Bv ; I payments.The wi I twelve lines for the first,and fifty cents
this Company secure -
cash adopted by Florida and in the
principle District Couit
the (;nverii'r-A'te't: lidlt GADSDEX CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. ini rti"n. A reasonable
C. W. DOWMNG.( I to the parties lor whose benefit the insurances o( U. S al Tallaha ee. All business entrusted subsequent i
Secretary Slate.Tallahissec I areell.;ctfd, the whole ol the advantages, without to t their care will receive prompt attention. George T. Hinsey,) will he made on l legal notices esUtenoticc. I : :

Julv' : 29 tt'I I I sa'jjectin* Ih(1 In the hlndrawback of accumulated CC5Office in Ihe Cspitol. 18. > Bill for Divorce. ly notices without .ller.'tion. by persons i
21). BVX ____ ) regular accounts \tlh t the office.
premium mile 17. 1S49. 7 F.17.11 IhO'pv.IT
February of Ihe Court All announcements of candidates for
Persons : insurance on Iheir own lives to satisfaction by ofct.
". STATE OF FLORIDA. I I and the live may of etrt married women ran insure MEDICAL NOTICE. affidavit in thi.'au.e filed I that. Eliza M. Ilinsey, r4u.LARs-invariably in advance. !

II I the lift- of her husband 0 the benefits of whichare I Ihe defendant in I this cause,r "ille.beyond I thejnris- will I he paid to any order(lor announcement I !

secured by law ( the exclusive use of herself or Dr. Charles T. DarbyTJESPECTFULLVannouncestothepiiblicinsren diction of I hU Court,and out of I the State of Florida: accompanied with the cash.

children.. o Itii Or/rrf
: and all others dependent upon salaries f i an"wer,or dumur to the said bill of complaint; within lUhedtcraluitovuly' ; but editorial notices !
LV cral that he has located himself
Clerg-men permanently in
invited avuilthemnslveso1a t resource three. months, or !lid bill mii1 be taken pro con feao vate benefit,will be charged a I !
specially Florida, and be found at all time
whereby their surviving{ families may be secured :Iolticeto. wi. Strict against said defendant, and that thecalse be set for i
en attentionill ;
Election; of .Stale Senafdr.A (from the evils ol penuiy. ionaly !calls. hearing during next term of said Court in Novembernext JOB WORK.
I b.e paid to professional J (
al it Ordered. That this Orderhe ;
\' \CANCY havn? occnrcil( in the office of Pamphlets explanatory of I the principles' of Mutual H. I c : further We ore well prepared to execute Job \
1ly : in in
Lie; aa,1 its advantage.-*, published some public newspaper printed cards ,& ., ,
District ,
the Second Si-tutorial I Inlunct. ; pamphlets
Slate Senator in three months a hi- blnk ;
I his Slate week fr and that 1
with forms l may be obtained al I the J. L. SHIELDS, M. BOND, D. once a work of thin
the Slate: of the lion. CharlesA. "I I. 11. np !
by the removal from I alptcAlion. Wall of of ils complainant take testimony in the tau e. !!
I of or any
for early
.Tweed : It in hereby Ordered That an election, July 3, 1850. THOMAS BALTZEI.L, except person having (
I to fill iid vacancy be held ill aid< District on Monday agents. TRUSTEES. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, A true ropy-Attest, Judge. the office, mint he paid for on delivery.: 1

the "7th day of October next. associated themselves toeelher in the R. C. LESTER: Cleik. I
-' and' the Groat Seal of Jo. R. Collins David C. C..lden. HAVING Watches Jewelry &c. : 1
'1 Given under tnv hand t of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., otTer I heir July 27,150. 29 3m ,
I, the State of Florid, at the Capitol in TallNal Win J. !ly.lp, Alfn-d Edwards, services time citizens of Quincy and the surrc'und- r niIE subscribers have just ,:

>J laha.see, thilthda: : (4 July.' .-\.D.I tSW.:); U. II. McCurdv, Win. Bell I !in; country. In Chancer. J. vd a good supply of

_ THOMAS BROWN, Fied. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, Quincy, Aiiznst I 11.I l jjn. :l\\ John P. Duval, ; 4 among which are
laac G. Pearson ___.
Governor oi .FloiidaBy C. W FaWr, ---- .
d ---- -- ---- vs. > Bill of Injunction.John Tobias Gold Lever Watchrs,
the Governorttost: Jihn P. Yelverton, HenryWt-lN, CARAWAY SMITH,] [%V. S. DILWORTMg Fontane', Defendant., ) Hunting Silver Levers, ;

_ I C. Uf. (DOWNING.Secretary Theo. &d\id.'I.. Mooie.Slary appearing ati"f.ulorily to the Coin,t that John L'Apieii anal plain Wafrhes, I
of Stat*. t B. ( Fonfane, the Defendant, does not reside in th'nSlate Chains,SeaN,and Ke}!, !

Ta1lliaaee, Jily '). 1"0. 2S tp. I John H. Swill, Jona Miller, ATTORNEYS AT LAW but in the State of Georgia : It is Odtrrt Bracelets, llosoin, Pins, Rings, ,

John Wad-worth, David A. Comslock, That the said John .., do Buttons, Sleeve Buttons i I :
j : Fontane appear oId answerhe
.Mlrutr'.. l> ?iiicry Cordial Robert Shujler, .\.
Wo yf S. M.Com.-ll,
Dr. said Bill <-f Injunction' in this case filed, within Gold Pen and Pencil Cass, (
Wriiiff '&e' Gouv. M. Wilkins, J.mel Chambers, )7, 1S-I9. 27. three months from date hereof( si nil it is (uTthr7Odrrrt Gold Pens in Silver Cases.Silver :

Mother'( Friend anJ Liquid Cathartic, John V. L. Prsvn, Jo-eph Tuckerman, That a copy of this Ord. r be published,, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt !
Dr. Gordjn' Anl .Bi1li'1U4 PilU.Dr. Fred.Whitllesey, Moses H. Grinnel), A. E. MAXWELL :
once a for the space of two months in some Marble Clocks,
Ha-ttinj;[; Comp-vind: s\rup of Naptha Charles 1 Ely. Wm. J. printed in Ihe city of Tallahassee, Slate Plated Castors, and Forks,
Dr. Little's: To.iic Hitters,Tome Pills, and Vermi John C. Cru-er, Eugene Dutilh, LAW, aforesaid. Setts ol Waiters, &c &c. !

(lIe, Lnciua Coidial Walter Joy,' Francis Lathrop, WILL attend all the Court of the Middle Cir THOMAS B.\L TZELL, Judge.A TOWLE : ,

Hin '\<}rtn and Tetter Ointment, French Mixture: Alfred Pelt, J. O. Thatcher. $J- Office over F. BUrn'l, Store. true -Attest, March 2-1.1<5.-.0. :i & :
Dr. S"t?''c-r'< VeRet)1e: Pills and Hitters. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Tallahassee, Oc.27, 1S41> 42 OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. ; '

Dr. M 1rphf'."'.c Siuar CotodiitiFevcr PilU, I ISAAC ABIUTT, Secretary.JOS. ;
June 29, I 1S-V) 2m
ntable Universal. PilU Counsellor. H. BRADFORD ; Notce.
1>r. Leny' BLUNT, I
the .\
Dr. Peter: Vegetable" PilU. JAMES n. ., Tallahassee. In Chancery. THE subscriber having up
LAW this known Baker's \ ..
place T.n
Thomson's Water I
Fe'c Eye
Mitchell' ( .
11)), 2yCOTTON
January ; 1 John P. Duval )
M"flr. ,tt'u Ph.Enix" Bitter and Life Pilis Tallahassee, Florida Complainant now on hand and will keep al kinds of I
vs > Bill for will have BOOTS and
Injunction. for le and
Oouiliru- 20. I 1S-VJ. I'i ;
Dr. Rise's ,> April :
Bittt'f'1. The above well GINS. --- --- T. B, Howaid, Defendant. ) made to order. He has on hard a superior I
Genuine appearing to the li-fjcli.n of the Court that IiuihII-olil NEGRO SHOES. He would
antI remedies. for !ule bvSHIELD1 W. G. M. DAVIS IT
known popular
r ? fc GOLDWIRE..Tine ::. JESSE H. WATSON T. H. Howard the Defendant, dOt!nit reside, in turn his thank to Ihe citizens of Gadsden I
ATTORNEY AT LAW his Slatehut in the St.ileof It is
Georgia: Ordered. Counties for their
Fla.Wunn's adjoinins past patronage
1i.: 10. 11 'I *n Q'litirv : ;
GIN MANUFACTURER, Tips taken his abode at Tallahassee, and will That the !laid T. B. Howard do appear and answer, lo them tha: he will continue to (' I r

& Clark's tire "i the Courts of the Middle District.and he slid Bill of Injunction, in this cap filfrl, .hh ther, Boots, and Shot at his old stand in

ELEBRATED: PIA.VO*:-warranted:-6J, GJ, Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, i of Franklin and Jackson Counties. three months from date hereof. ,1nd it it Ordered, County, near Qoincy. He will be clad at I r

C id '7 Octagranll action Pianos.: I \T7"OULO, inform his! friends and the public penev March 9, I ISM. Thai a copy of f this order bepublkbedouaee a week, toexchann.any of the above articles for i t
a .
-AL'fl- ; v rally that he continuethe above business athisoldstaiiJ for llu space of two months in newspaper punted Hide-, riprh.r nero boj, or his own

JEUair Attachment Pianos,wilh h'I'''Tnnl"- where he will he happy to supply them MCQUEEN McINTOS n the city of Tallahassee. Slate afnrfsmd.,! {c God and l Shoe makers, of steady
As evidence of I the THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A .
able Keds. I'je4bJvtce.vtmrated Pianos ran be had with a 'frAt rate ald an ATTOR employment.
work, he would state that out of the true w. H.
D. C. WILSON. quality roptt'st.OSCAR
: :
by application 21 If larze number>r s,>ld by him the past yrar, not one has WILL attend the) :Circuit Courtsinlh! ? Extern A. MYERS,Clerk. TalI.ihasseeFeb'nary: 2. IS'O.
JuneMSM.I ; the I OI.d Slates Disitiet Court atSt. June 29 IV: 0. 5 !
fail d to give perfect satisfaction-and would a< reference > :mIn
{givothe name of( any one who has one of his Al;u-line ; the Supreme Court at Talatape ; 2BTNA INSURANCE :
GUNSMITHING. and pro-ecule CUims lor CJjztn. in my put Jefferson Circuit Court. :
ida the Government ,
year, by which: means he will against at WashTnglon, either Martin Palmer,
UN.StTt WORK all descriptions! done tnidtub'this order which last lie bi-fore Congress or at I the Departments.OrjAddresx UILDIXGS, Stock", and Cotton in
bs enabled to ( year was unable r'.
with the ulai'lit Precision and Despatch by ll Gins if Jacksonville, fBI Florida. insured against llr3 by fire.
to do) possible, superior to any ever Catharine and CharloUe A. Pari-h.
the $11't crib?r,at tiM..hot| ncxtd.ior Dr. Barnard's. manufacture''! in Soul Invest t-rnGeoicia. Hcthinltp I I AugustlOlStJ. Eli LEWIS & : (
attention tn orders, and the Bill to sell residence of estate of James L. Pariah,to January 2H, 1 IS0. AsenN.
Particular : pan country that eveiy. year's cxpeiieuce; enables him to make a : DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, pay: debt due Complainant. : ) ;.
patrtmageof all 'is lici ed. ide. (
Dour I ocks: IlrinlrcJ, Vc.. tr.CUAKLGS. little Beingapracticaliaecliinic.and betel all wit hal,determined Office, first Door Wtst of Judge Baltzcll's. Ihi'1 camc. it appearing from tl.e bill whkl was Garden Seeds.A .

DEMILLY. thai none but Ginxot h'n' first clusshallbeman- May 2,18:0. 20 filed i i Jelferson Circuit Court on the ol LARGE- assortment of fresh GARDEN ;

Tullahssnee May 21:;, 1S.:>0. 20 if4Cturedinhisshophefelssa'einwarrantinstheni!"I { I -- ---.-----.--- April,hl,which bill is vended bvatfidjvit ofCom.plainant just received from the cdtbrale ) :

.1 THFTRUE MEDICINAL to to the jtifaction (it( the purchaser. He Medicines Toilet Articles &c. that Defendant Calhant: EIIN, resides R. Garretson,on Long htnd. > by ;
operate .! of ejond Ihe limits of the State of Florida, namely in LEWIS &
will then chargE to purchasers at .
COD LIVER OIL di1\/'r he Stale of Alabama: Jannarv 5, 1S'0. 52
I their *
p NASH & TAYLOR // i, Ordered, That publication he rmde
TTSEFt'T. i in ;iie cure rJ Scrofula Conmimption, All enticements made with his travelling Aer-nts, respectfully: inform their I in some therefore newspaper in Tallahassee, Florida, for tour Notce.
shall beprompflv
the at
orders to Proprietor Palmyra
U Gtut, FtmeurnlIi4m' AsthmaBronchitisConjhs!; or friends and the public, that the* molt hs successively, requiringiaid Catherine per on having 3ainsllhe
to. (
jaad all dillu.p, of the Client 1tl'd tuns. A supplyof } alPIdpd done in the most durable il received a \"Mipr.l of goods ", fo plead answer or demur to !said bill, on or re ALL. Filiyawdec'd., late of Gadsdt-n
medicina i received, wliich is cJrRepalming: properly 3'I
I this < jut mg of Medicines, he first Monday in September next,or thf-ame will Florida,are: hereby called upon to present
'" manner. i Perumer
warranted pure, and of very linl1criOfl'Jatilv. I which be aken eonfesw and set down for and notice is
LEWIS &, AMES I -j- lie is alsT Ajt"nt for the sale of Chapman I added to ormfr : pro hearing tx- to me without delay ; hereby
Forsileby: >> T llahiss. ..... ,.'1\1. CO IROX HORSE POWER SU received makes their oit- parte at the Fall. Term of!!aid Court. al PC red!tors, !legal ees, and persons entitled
\hv 2.} Js5) ori
RanfaU' !C.,1
'in, ,. ) Georgia and Florida.Contracts Ladies and Gentlemen that THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge, &c. tribution of said e"alelhat their caim' will

Fruits &c. can be made \viih n : Agents. Medicines, can call and ex May 7, 150. red, (according to the :
information wanted with Tr\.1n: and our of Perfumery, soaps, tc. A true copy-Test, such case made and provided,) unless (
1) ATSIN r ORANGF..S, .Any cot May 4, 15: 17 C. G. Firf Clerk. within two years horn this dale- ,
of these mills, ran be obtained addresjinz -
n., ALMONDS, LRMONS: oration bJ JAMES !
---- ---- ------ May II. 15: IS 4m .
i me at Palmyra, Lee CountjGeorgia. -
S. S. Knight Executor of last will and t
March 30.ISM. 12 ly :
September 7, 1850. 35 Sw
MACKEREL in half barrel and kilts, WILL' continue business at hi* old stand,\\hrre t

PICKLED! BEEF TONGUES, Agency of hopes wait on Mich of his friend* as have Best wick, ) Court of Probate. [
herelofoieextendrd so liberal a patronage, promising M. ) Debt $31 67.
Just received and", for sale byJOHN DR. rrrcH's CELEBRATED SIEDICINES.PULMONARY !
McDOUGALL. that all shall hategood artichsat lair prices. John Unse. ) ST.'TEOF Fi.ozuo.ss. > AT ,
BALSAM pectoia! Exi-ectoram. April 2 .15t9. 17 defendant nnd all other persons, interested: Washington County. J March 8, :
December, 1SIP. :50 THE
I I'ul\fJlat Liniment, Pure and Medicinal Cod take noticeof the institution of the ai: ove the matter of Sion Smith, Guudian! of i(; .

.. 's tlt c Mixture," Xervine, Yer. Bacon, Pork, and Flour. suit in Jefferson Circuit Court, l.y attachment, and IN E:Russ, minor heir of Robert Russ, 'Ji

Pain Killer.A nihge, Ik-putative Sjiup, Heart Corn'clorHumor appear and plead lo the ill-duration filed in !said rae, the petition of Stephen J Roche and i

FRESH supply of Perry Da\'ii'Pain Killer.just Corrector,Couh; and Cathartic! Pills, Female Pills, BAcON JM ,SIES. AND SHOULDERS, on or before the next (Fall. Term of sail Court. Long, sccuruies: praying that Sion Smith, '
Female Specific, fcc., 4tt., u i ZJL, received aad for sale bv CARAWAY! SMITH, 'aforesaid, may be required to give new "
T.: WHITE: &, CO., Agents.; and with unprecedented success iti the treatment of 20 Sf Louis Flour. Attorney tor PUintifi. in lieu of petitioner,or in default thereof, ; I
Just received Schooner W. R. Pelles and for
Novel tberl7, 194'J. 45' Cold, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases per July 1,1\; 2C 3m Smith be removed from said Guardian-hip: {
Scrofula Skin Difcasrs sale by J. M. WILLIAMS. .
Dyspepsia, Rhcuma- pearing; to the satisfaction of this Court
Nails. \"mt Female Complaint, Piles, &c., &.c. June, IS.'O. 22 Notice. Siun Smith Guardian of Robert E. Russ, I i
Dr. Fitch'u unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal .
Q/VKEGS:( Acawanand Fall River Cut Nails,just Supporter; Dr. Firh'l Improved Patent Pure Sulphate of Quinine. ALL pf'rlF having any claims or demands of of of the Robert State Russ of ,Florida deceased, but, reidt in beyond of the t o
< nature again the estate of the late ole
? r
Ovy and for sale bv .
received Sled Spring Shoulder'! Fitch's Silver Iii- subscribers have f
ORMOND.Newport. Htrci; TiE on hand two hundred and Robert Larkins, deceased, are hereby to the United States, to wit: the State of "
McNAUGHT & requested
lalingTubc. ff' ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they present the same to me within the time so that notice of said petitioners cannot be i
April 13, tS5) 14 have ditect and .
from the manufacturer, him ,
oblaihec :
by law, otherwise i they will be forever bartd. upon[
----- mt FJTCH'S CELEBRATED'SIX LECTURESon they warunl: it to be a superior article. FRANCES LARKINS, // w therefore Ordered,That the said Sion t
\ the prc\enlnand cure of Consumption, Asthma We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Administratrix on tiueestateofR. Larkins. Guaidian as aforesaiddo appear and answer !

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Diea!cs > Hl'al.&c., and on the method of by recent an inl",and are prepared to execute August t 3, 1S50. 30 8w* titioners within four months frcm the t

'T IHvregular: cour of Lectures in this Institute [>re.rmn{; Health and Beauty( 10'an old aje.$ This orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, first publication of this order, or the said i

JL will commence on the first of November, and book should be in cv- t family. To the Consump- on the most accommodating terms. Notice will be taken a confessed, and the prayer

continue until the !last of February. The Anatomical five it points out the only reasonable hope (for relief. We have also a few accounts yet due to us for t th hereby given given that at the next session of the granted: Protruled, That a copy of this *

I Belr.'m"t will be open and ready to receivetu4 To mot hers the diret1, Ions j il gives for the care and year 1849.- They are generally in smal amounts, IS General Assembly of( the State uf Florida, application published once week for four months in
.j. .." II bv the rirst t ot October. The Medical Depaitmentwtll ) rducation children are invaluable. 7 ,Q00 copies but if the whole could be paid would go will he made for an act of incorporation fur paper published within the Slate of Florida.WASHINGTON }

; be miSer the direction of the(following of I this book have passed through the press, and the far towardsliquidjtingceilain! sums which we owe. Leon Lodge,No. 1. O. of O. F. TA i

PROFiI"On8; sale continues: unabated. For sale I by S. S. Fitch k LEWIS &AMES. J. :WAYLES BAKER Secretary. Judse of Probates Washington ( i

7.. FatEMAK, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. Co., 701 Broadway, New Yolk, and by June S, 1650. 22"Refrigerators July 20, 165uJ. 58 3m April 27,1530. 16 4m !
R. S. NEWTOK, M. 1.). Piofewor of Surgery. I &GOLDWIRE. s
H. J. UVUCK, M; D;, Picfessor!! of Theory and Practice : Quincy, Florida. and Meat Safes. NotceIs Notice to Turpentine .r,
fjCh: Dr. Fitch's Gui :c to Invlidll-r Directions I to T AXDIXG from Bark of the next
of Medicine. "Llewellyn" an assortment hereby given that at Leg- I to any person who may wish to enter
,\E. BYRD POWFUU, M. D., Professor of Physiology, of persons all his using Dr. Fitch'Remediesto. be had,gal *, JLJ of the above named articles,for sale by i islature of( the Slate of Florida application wil i OR business. A young man, with a ,\

Pathology, Mineralogy and Geolo y. Agents.' McXAUGHT &OUMOND. be t made by a Company for the grant of a i has had several years experience in making '
J. KING, M. D., Professor of Maleria Medica.Therapeutics June 15. 1S () 23 than Newport June 29,1550.N'ew make the Wacissa and Ocla Rivers navigable, (from tine. ,in the vicinity of Wilmington, N. C., .

and Medical Juritlprnd nce. SHIELDS & ----- the mouth of the the head waters of the understands the process thoroughly,

J. MILTON SA.KDERS; A: M!, M. D., Professor of. received GOLDW Goods, Wacissa. charge of a business, the Fall,
: TTAVE'iust a as'ort- ensuing
Chemistry and Pharmacy ii of Medicines Per U Llewellyn" from New-York. Jefferson County July 20. IS50. 233m ficient number of hands to
J. A. WILSON, Mi; D., Pro fe,!or' ot'Obstetrlcs and mont Drugs, Chemicals
a liberal salary, or an interest in the ;
Diseaseeof Women and Children.CLTNQUE Faints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs,which I'aey wilciror BEST SPERM OIL, 20 kegs and i kegs Rife Notice.
the most ieaso'nable terms for cash or Whale do Povfderi I further particulars, address W. H. H.,
: z.trviuime; months after date the undersigned AdministratOr II, Middle! Florida.
credit. Persona wishing genuine unadulterated medicines Lard do 20 dz. Sup. lp.Quinine, S
.M'edicint.-Prof H. J Ilui.cr.Surgerg.Proh'ssr will do well to call and examine their stock Linseed do English Cal mel, of the late Robert Fisher, will present June 15, ISSO. 23 i *:!
,. t heir finalaccountand voucherstotheJudgeof Leon
before purchasing elsewhere. d6' M'Munn'sElixlrol
CUlor Opium i
Probate Court,and ask for a discharge: from said
Z. FREEMAN: M. D., Anatomical Df monntra'or. Quincy, June l:, lS5). 23 than ( bottles) Sal Soda, Potash, tate. es- Bacon, Flour, &c.
The fees for a full course of Lecturer amount to I Olive Oil, French English Mustard
one hundred and Cte dollars; .Peas. Tanner's do Allspice&, Pepper, Ginger R W. FISHER,} AdmrsJulv TUST received per Schr. W. R Pette :
FISHER < tJ Orleans
Each Profeor' ticket $15: Marticulator's $5. 1 BUSHELS oT'PEAS' fo sale by Sweet do Indigo, Alum,Saltletre, E ,
10 20, 1930. 23 6m Clear Bacon Sides,
Demonstrator's Fee $10. Grsdoation $20. S. S. KNIGHT. Furniture Van.ish, Writ ing Inks,*m'd.brands
Those desiring further information will please address June 22,165. 24 Coach do Dal ley's Pain Extractor, Notice. Shoulders,

their letteri-(port paid) to the Dean: and stu- 30 kegs No 1 fc-pure Wht Saleratus, Borax, Sugar Cured Hams, '
'Ihe will call him Dr. D. Medicines months after date, we shall apply to tile Rio Coffee,
dentt arriving- city please on at Jaynes' Family Lad, Turkey Opium, SIX
of Probate in White Wine
Judge and for Benton Vinegar
Hotel' R !
the Commercial S. NEWTON. 100 Shot, Mace
Dean of the Faculty. COMPRISING his Eipectorknt.-Hair Tonic Al- Per Vessel County,for a discharge from any further administration No. 1 Mackerel,
Dye Carminitiie Balsam, lae !
Tonic the estate of Charles Laing,deceasedlate of Leaf Lard,
LAW DEPARTMENT. Vermifuge,Sanative Pills,and Ague. Pills,for sle by A Also few barrels Northern Flour," fancy brands, Benton County, South Florida. Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri
a few superior Cross Cut and Mill Saws. : Mis
Hon. E. W. M. KINO, Professor (theory and practice SHIELDS .& GOLD WIRE, C. T. JENKINS,> Colgate Soap, tor sale by
of Law. June 15, 1S50. 23 tlJin Quincy, Fla. Per "W.'B..'Pettes" from New Orleans, J. ALLCN, 5 Adm'u. July 27,1S50. "29 JL E :

JOHN DELAIMKLD, Ej.) l/rorenor of Commercial Bacon Sides, Rice, Laid, June 22, 1550. 24 Cm .
D r. S. P. Towuseiid's Stirsaparilla. Shoulders,' Flour,
Juritprudence. -
Plow Iron.
Dr. Sands' do. "
Hams Notice.
Molasses :
f TERMS-S50:; per Session. ,

AH communications pertaining to department Dr.Dr. Wo', duo do. Mess Pork, Sugar. Six Months after the date cf this notice, I will A 1.N chessuitable assortment of for wide Plow Iron, received, say 8, 0, ;?

must be adtfressedto E- W. M. KING, Esq. Dr. Comsfock's do. ON B. my vouchers and accounts to the Hon. per
Abel I "
Memphis;Tenni, Feb; 26, 1850 Dr. Corastock's Pain Extractor. Gin Band Leather,' &, Rubba Cloth Judge of Probate for Leon County for a final settlement and for sale by
Lining Skins, for carriages, and discharge from Ihe Estate of Dr. I. D. McNAUGHT &OR
For sale by SHIELDS &GOLDWIE aM Calf do. & i?Newport, March 9, 1S50. 9
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities, moral June 15, hSO. 23 Cip For sale by Newton, late of said County.deceased.PATRICK I

worth and professionabl'e! acquirement will compare J- M. WILLIAMS. SMITH, Adm'r. At New York Cost l
favorably with the most divtingnished in ourcountry. New Books. June 29,1850. 25' March 23. 1S50. lfmNotce.
hand and for sale at New YOlk cost
.titutes-an in this -- -
The Medical faculty con lecturers A FINE selection of il.e Novels oi the day, together ON SILK MANTILLAS for Fall

or any othercountryallotthemareabLe with many olher such I Bruces' Life _ Blac'smlblng.TIEunderligned months after publication of this no. splendid articles wee bouqh of STEWART,

and Those the best who>1 teacher will contemplate geographical) posit and "rvel. Humboldl's Travels, Rambler in Mexico I respetfutyinform., SIX I shall apply to the Hon. James E. Broome, Broadway importer dealer.
1 sale ,
&c., for
.t. ion, and the extent of our population can hive no t ORMOND. iempbyeda superior Horse Sheer, he i is Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a dischargefrom 34
doubt as to the eligibility of our situation for an enterprise now to execute all work in that line in a the administratorslily: the estate of George Aug-ust3lISSO.

: of the kin(. As to health,.including all sea Newport; April 13,1850. 14 prepare and on usual terms. Youngdeceased late of Lc ounty, Florida. Twine :f
Bagging Rope
uonsoflhe year, we Jeny that AW* OTHER CITY Saratoga Water F. PAYNE. DAIL YOUNG, I t

j liLt rORL. June 29, S50.. 25 |If Adm'r. of George Young, deceased. B AGGING, pieces and half pieces, '
A common error exi.ls,in the mind of many studtnti I 20' DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just received March 16, 185U. 10 Cm do Twine

relative to the! place of studying medicine i I and fur ale byMcNAUGHT Great Bargains Goods at1 Cost : Rope, ,
5t ORMOND. Bacon Sides and Hams ; 1
who intend practicing among; the difeases of Notice. ,
those West and South should certainly educate themselves Newport, April J3, 155 14 rpHE subscriber being desirous of CLOSING bis Lard and Flour, new wheat, ,
the months after date will be made
MERCANTILE BUSINESS in this .'Wm application
rity. SIX and Ground Alum Salt
r at a clmol,whose Faculty are practically ac. i COST hU entire the Hon. of Probate ( Leon County ,
with thoM diseases.That rpHE Quincy Male and'Female.Academy offer for sale! at SOCJofGOODS, Judge for Table Salt. For sale by
cuianted kinds both' for Utters dismission from the estate of Thomas
rv-opened 7th. The .econd session consisting of all ,
1 satisfied January D. C.
I he public may b of the perrnanan- J SAPL White, deceased late of said Countv.SAMUEL : *
Students GOODS Ready-made
June,6th. may enter at DRY Clothing; <
commence August 24 1S30.
it 33
l our duty to state, that
cy of this .chOl.. w fet1 form in' action anytime during the year,and,after the second week Shoes, Ilrdwa, Groceries! and all other Goodi C. WHITE, Administrator. i
the Trustees and Faculty future of t he session; will be" charged only frbtxr t the usually* for iile in I his Oalu.t:. MERCHANTS May IS, 1S50. 19 6m
its aucceiisand'tha
J well (or ; ( tbr1 GardenSeed's.
which augurs -
I ( PEANTERS and desirous
which time of : ard may b* had'at'prtteWaryIng FAMILIE .
1! the peculiar internal organization cnned. from $6 to $10 per month. For further'parficu. of purchasing, would. do well examine M ckcrel. AFRESH supply of Garden Seeds, r

'j them, cannot be interupted.E M. W. KtNG. Ian ace printed catalogue, which may be 'oblaine his stock, (a it is entirely new,) before purchasing; NOS.' I and 2 in bbls.i bbli. and 4 hbls.. for ,just received and for sale

President of tiie by application to N. II. elsewhere. S F. BURNEY. by ,. S KNIGHT. McNAUGHT &
-1 FlCuly. Tallahassee July 27 1850. 20 June 25' 2t I 1530.
J8 6m-" I Jm. 21, 185.3 Principal. : 29AO. Newport,August ,
..; May U. I i50.