The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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JloriMau ;N* SournaL SPEECH 0? MR. DICKINSON, of philosophy (or an occasion, they are yet too Iran of vutch every patriotic mind instinctively A scene at Lima. peror himself; but as he had come incognito, ,

SJf or often apt to be betrayed by impulse and excitement recoils with horror I Ii
M\V yoitK.WASHIXCTO.V We copy the following account alan extraordinary all! the honors and :attention were paid by the

rELIs4II:1): EVERY ST1I.VtVENINQ. ThursJay, Jan. 1 17, 1630.SENATE. ; and \vhn they hear distinguished sing no hosanna to a Union without a scene at Lima from the Iatim-! Commo'lorp and hN officer* lo the Prince, .

Southern men day after day making sect'finalappeals Constitution. I admit that when the life and American : while; they remained on boanl.

it M : grouping all together) and condemning spirit have departed the frame-work
T K will be WASHINGTON, Jan. !." lO. The Emperor went into the cabin, which

10R1L Doium per annum, if paid in aJvtnre.A Tlie resolution licnMoforc olTcrpJ by Mr.CJctDOtis all!I in gross \\ithout stint! or exception, I they valueless: an! will tumble to decay. I.u' the he praised for its comforts and the t.nte
News has
TsR" >P A H *i.r, if paid uliin six tnontt'ti.Uoufcia calling for information! us to all in their turn will make other declarations spirit has not yet dt'iiartedthie life is not jet al just reached the city of a person with which it was furnished. He had obviously ;
*, tl nol >aiJ uutiltheciid oltlicjcare and thus the work One sectional i i. rencontre which look place at Liim, on the
} It it lias
on. true received
: goes gone. as uts! boird he did
proceeding, insiructinn*, &c., of the I'si.; nviny com? on (as ? r> immediately
I 10th of Iat month between fellow citi
willSe rigidly adhered to, and agitator begets another-a blow given bring but it is capable of and jour '
3-: '* ttfimt dent, &c. in: relation: to California! was takon receiving sustaining Col. after our arrival) m order to see the ship
XahdicI W. roller the
paper ill tj. I4Cflhjtit4 it-di ii! nil aiimraj, *atpJ. a blow in return, and thus sectional agitation miry more. Let those who are disposed to zen newly appointed in her day condition, and he did see her,
the ol 1 I hi* S nh.oribuu up. Consul of the United, >'tatr? at Valparaiso every
ual makes the
il feeds I have in
: meat on. already indulge' cgitation ask for the rights guarantied and have felt the admiration hr
After mut
will be receu.d for llir iixiiiilii at One temaiks fiom Messrs. Clemens, and express
?e the lion. henry Siephen Sullivan
P l 1lir-'i! k mont'w 1 !?1 J 'I. KV*TJ outer lot I the Fo >te, Clay, I 1)ittlas) nnr! otlirr | aid I tegretled that this subject ha* been inItiodnepd. I by the Constitution; ; but when they ask nephew) of Lord l'lnm'rston, and Her lirittanic rd the next day lo llu Commodore. He '..

ftijier out of this fuunty mu t be Brc''>m)' wed with Mr. IHCKI\SONKaid) : I have taken no Allow me to says, that I do not regret for these, let them not ask tor what the Constitution d'Atlaires the Gov.- spoke particularly of her battery, which looked
cub aul"u tinnUr comes through, any ol wurl that: it is about to reach its cumin.Uingpoint. : dues li"t Let them Charge near
ilu not
guartnty. he said, if she built for
l authorized in the Stie. pirt in lhi tg apents I ho this be the anaults
not themselves
care v soon provoke while
may ; decrying
Prince Menchikoff. been taken all
that U ha: aii i i'.rn, and pfpccially that it well as I can learn are as follows : Oj tht9ih having
case. I believe that the great m:iv* uf theleP'C the assault they invite.Tho : through ''he took leave and in his
A V V K n TI K M K> T S has passed fteyond) its own lionndarie In of December) last it seems thai Col. Potter ship, barge,
of the South are t, just and gen. hoiorable Senator from Alaliami re.pudiites her off for the the
the the hour which: is u ttally appropriated to with! his r.ufe pushed steamer, Emperor
Wjl1he inifrted l rate ofOnDo11arpiwurc fimily, being en Valparaiso,
erous and that all they desire i is to remain air! casts oirthe Northern Democn.ry. .
of twelve linei mr the tutnndfitn renl for a'ii tnnnitg hiiKJness: 1 was engt'd in attending stopped at Lima ; it being that the acting as coxswain. The moment they were
secuie in (lie possession of) their rigN.!: I Ibelicxe Th-'y will, ho-vever tin such thin. necesary
na all
i'i nt in..eri'rn. A r *ii mil l lie niJe o-J l k'I! aoic" e tat* notices, *'eat. 'land too, sir, that! the i)1L: of the people! of with him. They wiil retain: him i in foil membership yards hoisted the Russian and fired
;therefore ;paid but little attention to thiInisilrr. > [I in order to lake in a supply of coal. Co!. flig a salute
*ith4IIt ltfr iion, bj perinni having I the North and lot endeavor leach! him
j tiotif" are equally just equally generous to some useful of fort v-one thus the Emperor
h4tJThc..jt But) KOUIC things lia\c i.ilien from Potter took lodging for himself amid family, at guns apprising
4 ,; acciui'u true Jo the constitution, and t that they too lesson. Hut'. ujvjii this subject of leading that he was known lo He then
ItS&i2CtTflafltS nf for f tTif., rvr honoralile enaturs daring this tit-bate, and the French hotel. After having taken his in.
desire nothing' more than what they derm to out (the ml iru I Djinocrary) of fifteen Stales of hoisted!
I VOU.IMio uab! in advance. No atienin | osjMciaJv! from he junior Senator fmm Ala. rooms in the hotel, into which he was shown our flag on board his steamer, ordered
.Iibe $fl141 14' iqotaeritwawountiuerstuikii liama be their, rights, and the rights of the whole this Urfyti, they will request ny young friend one of his frigates to return the salute, and
( Clemen*,) which nvj'iite not on. by the landlady in and as Y-K ipposed;
I person
*4c.rrflieJ it1 ihe c. h.M people, ar.d best calculated to advance tin 'frorfi AJati'tth: ; to tarry a whib at Jericho, stood on his wav. As soon as the firing tva .
Jy to be noticed but lie to noticed here and his the
nurruspnd notice >ub- comfortably lodged family during May
,r1ttius. ouirvjgbed *
l j honor of the confederacy aid: lh" interest and nn'ii hh heard shaU! have jjyiughter. the
grown over, Emperor in hoisted
; jtr tMit' happiness (il imituk i mid.V!it'il reviled I will I grcatlvadm: teu ;put of a .speech which that I the imperial! standard, the
cite biet, will be charged at dvwtietnrnt tochatacteti/p: the Kenlinieuts ofh le comnrttiitic with a du voyago" to on appearance
1: not revile a ga in. I will by no means repudiate honorable, Sen .'< r delivered heie a few days; company compaction; of which all the ships and forts in the harbor
and The opinion* of cntiic bodies oftn take a view of Lima and its novelties and
I I the Southern democracyThey have too ajro. I 113 t therein; depicted the ot the salute
son WORK. position opened a and a more be ititifiil! and animating
MJ, coinpri>it a l bre majority of the cnriosi'iies.Col. .
s; peo.
IU prepared to eswcat* Job V/ork. nch often proved themselves worthy of the nirne: South in plowing and elo' urr.t trm<, and in scene I have not witnessed and
siP cannot
I pie of llm i rnioti, eiit<*r upon I the cxecniioti i ) of Potter had not long left his Io.Ijjiiij, -
I.g bill .csr .' blitik .patnitM* *, &.c.-ilh neat- they bear. Nor, sir, upon I the question of i: a manner which wa? well calculated; to call .
ik which well have been left before the Honorable I I Sullivan miziagnue.I
bi H ItI4< !.-.:nidi.) All wtk of t'u* deci iiptu n, a %< might to this Union, much and radically as I differ with t the at I lent ion of t the American people to thiquestion. < Henry Stephen
; ,. for nern luvtuc vesrlv trroaa'a with older, il not lo heller soilier! '. In regard tomatter with hi-, funnily, stopped at the hotel and
them upon other questions, will I repudiatethe And it've could! keep in view the I Gold Baarinj Quartz.
ib. 03ire. 'u1 bf :> u,5 f'r nI thic Mr. President though 1 have I deliberately walked: up to the rooms which
patriotic anion? our opponentTiiN high devinr: of this nation, and the !high duties The Pacific News of the 2'J! h of November
Business Qu b ;. i d lone no more than others, I think I may vay had been unsigned to (Col.! Potter:: and family, .
shoot? too and stretci"s! too of tltrxe} clothed with tithe
question deep American has article
power ; a long on the discoveries of
aw.waan. without lie frar ofponlradiction, or ofbeinijrharced I and took forcible possession of them, an-i
high to I b", measured by political parties, and people wou'd! set their seal political I
I ; upon bearing quartz, a report which to I ho
Cotton Brokerage.BZRT.Y with unrppp 'nry e niism. that I Ihavf turned .Mrs. Potter and her infant child out o
when t the day of trial I ifc' it doe.s, hobby-riding for miserable
comes' ine: a advantage State
I party Depirtmentat: Washington is to be made
stood! up, to it upon all occasions. I IonsMIJC I doors. .Mrs. Potter besought him. wilh tear
& HOWIES, every patriotic nvtn will brc-ist himself the upon question of this import, there would: i be. by Thus. I'titlcr! King. This discovery is
<* -aw that it was a tpeslion fraught' with in her ryes, to await the return of her husband
l fortmnef-rs shock, and sectional) agitators will be foiled. no I troi',! ; there would be none which did said in
edJition to t then >uizte'o a* *tu to surpass importance yet made
1 IN i jxrilouh con'equenre I paw that there was who would! only be absent for a few u any
C rotriiMip'i M<'( :> M -, v\ ill g:ve thru) attention I! The' constitution thiovvs its broad H-iife over not evi f at the tini'J of the original iornntionof in the gold region Mr. Wright, the member
j an evil spirit of sectionalism ri inj both in t the minutes but il all in vain. His British
I'O'I'lON I 1 htitrr aid) th :
ut I I 'i ) <> rnhi
ti tl.r $i4 i I ; ] i uk 1 aul its ihU ( This
I mighty IJepublie, people worship lovenunent. Iplu-stinmm| : slavery } of Congress elect, bring one fninment.
ran* sn: !i n-1 it r-i %tna ul at M Mi j at itsshiitie, with more than an Kastern; devo- was sr.c difictilly then ; and the sanr spirit t weighing Impounds, worth six hundred dollars.
the iriikit i I <'t t I th teatier. Jieins alwai un agitation for sectional advantage*, and I I American cook, and ordered her out, with

the } t, tho w iJ! tie ra U to take any advantage ollk have condemned it secretly anl l openly-in I lion. They have contemplated] the priceless t of ;pilriotism wl.ich rose above it then theani3 I her child in her aritn, directing a servant to This piece of rock is destined to be laid (asa

mirirt tital $naP 4lth'l') { value of I the I Union. They have I thought of ? principlfs compromise; which IcJ to memorial f.oru the California mountains) '
thought uord and deed I linger have lent find other for her. (Jen. Herrcra I
S.m 4 1 riai bty l I1t l Ir x1iibitioB. CL&tg stnod- ( the blood and tears by which it was purchased. I the. formation of t ihe con-titution, nn r, and'I return* i2adP.3aivr mjKeli to such tinbolv and wirk 'd designs. who occupied rooms near those taken by Cu!. upon L
TheSIM I the vessel hearing it.-'I'he of thr North I
proud majestirally Democracy
1U. r i tf and ifliod giveg me that flieng'.h which he are Potter, '.' as appealed to by Mr*. Potter and Representatives.: The News adds-
!, and in the not?, and cannot 1 be mide, sectional
unwar they proudly a tnere Mr. has he informs
I cry Wright us much
baa thus far in merry eit *nded me, I hen1h'rlate he and, his daunhter, Mr*. Mirkie, went with spent
LEWIS AMES langu-t: e of the : Our (Wrrmnent, in on< sense, of the the
! ; poet parly. ; pxls's past season mountains collect
: agaiji, vleie! it should be -rlareil. her to the Charge, and be>ought him to await I It
EAttt TN Thou, tot-, sail on, O ship 1 of 'state in he organ: ration of national political pirliei t in,* his samples of the quartz in different
that I II' MT will, but that 1 will lend my !best the return of Colonel Potter-but this appeal,
I Sail on. U I nioi. strong and great ; we hnvetiothiiig separated from politics. localities, and subject ing the yield of gold from
etI'lrif crush Potter
c to and LeMioy it. 1 have I llnmdtutviili all its tear*, also, was without effect. Mrs. was
Irtitlcs. it. 1VinJw GlPAI'PTtn *14,4)41 here under the If ton rmkc i sectiotril: party in the North, of the and. she left I them in very many instances to the most rig
Iiiltt Ftrfiuntry sanHion of an official With all the hope tf future jearsI" again ordered out room, as ,

$ IUIVUIc A>u COLOR*, oath and tho requisi1i.m>; of !lit ( otIst itntjo'j. l tiangui. Ur ililess on thy fate ; you wiil I by tip same act mike: a sectional in tears, this accomplished functionary and orous tests.
We know what ( la: *el. party in iho Smith. If titus divide the The results
ina-ter thy you astonishing brought out by these
Aptbrctri' ( :svs Wnrr, Jr.ctti like Ctuahjatica, njKti this question which chivalric gentleman taunted her with words
I What worknwa wrought thy rili- of -tee Democratic irty will also divide the that in
[ you investigations are, a and
ha so irtuniatfly} the l htt t agitated of this sort Mimi, don't whip me-I'll[ be particular
rpk1Kibe tan?! on (uiaalcat illLVU'IS *- to say Who made each mast, and sill, aii'lWnat 1CI -
and when divide these
I Leveit .: jniCe. J I (he country for" the Just few \oar*. and here I I anvils r b. at, \Vhig party : you par good n it time-I will." and very extensive vein, four pounds of this

fc AWES. will stand, evt-n the' gli immoi.ttion; be the I In wh, t a tt.rirr ?nd v list a heal lies into sectiwial portions )o'I might jut as Some time after this brutal occurrence, rock yielded upon the average eleven dollars Nnr.iIeer 2' '8 Were shaped i lie| .tucSicts, uf I th*' !hope- well! put an Mid lo the constitution and the I worth of pure gold, valued at sixteen dollars tr
i cons'qwTici' ; others too, of my NurUienii Col.! Potter returned to t the hotel, when he
i They will cheer on this noble ship they Union. *' the ounce. Tint is to say, the yield of gold *
ALEX c. MORTON Democratic !lr'thretI have hlionn no $ d ; was informed of what had transpired, and as

I vo'.ioti 16 the Constitution they have >w rn tosupport. will stand !liv> this constitution' : ; the;' will ad.i I law spoi n only because I felt assured soon as he could hear the story Le called upon from these average samples of the rock in this

A.aNc? AT LAW, I have atood up, not loi th<* Smith! i here lo I this I Union ; and, although t the \-t Ii- that the S"ii4iir had. a direct teiidtMicy to create Mr. Sullivan, who had gone o-it. After a particular vein, nearly three dollars for each

And ConimhMoncr: of llrcds for the States cf KJI fiir; the rights of all, as guarantied b\ the eru people ate opposed lo I the institution of ind fy**trf scrtionabsm and to province, short time he called again, but was arr-iin told pound of qu irtz. Mr. Wright exhibited to us

Ttiflt3tt, Florda, and .Mjvsi.iippi.T the of them have inlen- what we all ik1ir&rate, a division of political two srmll masses of gold, each about the size
C0,3'1 ItOh')!). I Jiave disregarded peiwitril I slavery, great rna; s no i that the gentleman was not in. Like a true
( 1 [parlies by a s' 'i''n line-.-.-th'i formation of I and shape of a !large mti-ket ball, and both
I .j 1: ki ( tVMi E.,1ut.Ca) ron equenctfP, and have scorned lo count the : lion or disposttio-i to trench improperly; upon American gentleman. Col. Potter declined to

TiLL vr jMnti.ji; to 'ich ItI"tIetii,( chances of ephemeral and i the constitutional rights of the South, and this | provisional fciiopnl gui crmmnmm'nt.c' and then a disturb the family of this lloynl offender or in I presenting the granulated appearance of gold
V inky Ue iir't,icd 1 him, HI the Court*ii! t tf.1iti ti! I popu'atity place.I !I dissolution otthfUnion.. Sir, t thi-. Union can extracted and the aid of
wiil .sh.eiLl l the occasion arise.j coHecting by quick
ij-Iee ( teUit, G irgi', roniiotd( of t'i' I I hate permitted teptoach and obloquy to l they prove, > J'sio.rr.l the least take advantage of his absence, but
ever be il in Congicjt silver.! One of these contain about twelve
Cs1jei 6 quivers of j even though they should sell (heir lives in her representatives went immediately to a hotel in the Piazand

H n.t.; i1 i n t ir Cu a bid* by tJ t! which Ihi/ir fathers I which has been obtained four
principles from
t1-tiur right : and \\hen I hear 013 seJC awl ItS) < as it never will, *o firmly are the Northern ] righmt. Early tic next morning he again repaired ever
SJ-8mI ciHrt vrW tr-at rach other with of the lock fiom the vein in
I \\jth whom) I have actsd, in rolling back the I people devoted to "tlic constitution, if arnvv y to the mom of ihe Charga and found pounds question.
kidnss; anl c.rjrf." y. and conciliation : il The other contains about ten dollars, and ii
LMAX TOWCC. ajABiANO x>. rvrv black and Litter waters of section il si ri 1'. ; incendiursn; should p'j>h her mad crusade him at this time at home." lie req-ieste.J .I
the South anJ she be in they will be;* and forbear. and be as firm the smallest yield which has been obtained
TOWLE & PAPY, rlciiccnced as unworthy reliance, ail in ono I Ignuid again: t placed peril, him very politely to accompany him to the
I free declare that (for and I beli and as rue a; the masses, all will go well, from any of the experiments upon the rock
mas xconmunicat fro communion I am to one, ko apartment of Jen. Ilerrera, in order to have
AUornm and Counullors at l nr t.
< j and this Uepthlio, will be able to outride the ot this vein. We understand that ihe tests
would of the free applied
and fellowship with the Democratic; church < ve every pitriolic man an explanation of the disgraceful conduct towards
tor-ned an atocution lor the Practice j j dark stonm which threaten its have been soiietimes the of
H\VlN' who hud.i sword todravv draw it lowtrinj exibtence. operation
wil atttrid flit tcvrrai Court of ih* j jUudlr in a single; \CIM>( end told too, that we an j States in Mrs. Potter on the previous evening.Mr. .

< ;?ri1 "i' Fiornla. and in the Dutnct Couitftke leM to (be tolerated than ottr political: oppo.nents ; defence: of the.r Southern brethren and of the Sullivan coolly declined the request; and quicksilver, and sometime the test ofthe comparative

U S *t All hnj fM entrusted I feel inclined: to repel, in pointed and right* guarantied to I them by a common compact The I'asIear.-A ) car-a brief year, is told Col. Potter, that it was he (Col. Potter,) specific gravity of the pure quartz and

Iu their will r.eeive j ptQnipt j tUesUoo.K3 and stand by them to the death. [ \ make His Lord the gold bearing quartz. ,.
OSrin tii ieCapitu1.Y.Iirarv emphatic phrase, a denunciation \\hole&ae] p.plause. fiill of thing- dwindled, and finished, amid for who must apology to hip. The of the rock which Mr.
I,, and unjust. .] But, sir, they will only stand by her gotten. NiJiing keeps evenly on.) What is u Upon this Col. Potter administsred to him a samples
has tested have been taken from different
Mr. CIi.MKX3.: I cill the honorable when she is right, and so long as hi4t is so, there in thenntiing calender of the year that I well-merrited and applied chastisement, can- many

11EVCAL. Nu4'cE.Dr. jjpiitletnanN attention"to the oluticns utile no swords will be called iuto requisition, exc him until they were both completely exhansted veins. In no sample tested has the yield
re ( has dept ri I'( which has kept il> [dace! and I j ing been less than dollar to the of

Charles T. Darby 7ih of January, 1517, the lth() of January, 'pt against a foreign and corrrnou fo *. The magnitude { Here and there an aspirant for I| wilh the -ffjrl-ihe one in the passive The one yield of the pound different '

l lt1, and to like resolutions! of I'sl'Jofhis very heat, natural and artificial, to which vctional fame fctill stretches after his deluding shadow I the other in the active sense. quartz. average
T) CSPKCITULLVaanouncesto ihc public i in n- veins has been, as determined by ihe samples, '
own Slate agitation has attained, will work its retribution witnessed by a
Legislature. This was
ar.diliere just
IXTI| that hihm peimaisniIvtore1 bmIl|| in i iM -here r.n enthusiast still clings to t from dollar and a halt lo two dollars to ...
u Ui* rolr i5n !:% niitd. Strict atteuttinbt vi11 of the exact import of the tcsolutions. They agitators and Southern agitators will find how- rarely| a friend {keeps his truth, and a I were several Englishman, and every body pound
fact will show time unheard of and
) to 4ll .rot 4ioualWiri c.aIli. thernseles side side in their of single
OIK | were doubtless of an anti-shvcry character, by errand innlual lover his ttith-but how many more, that agreed that Potter was entirely in the right. character of the results which

and similar i to those passed by oilier L 'gisla. lIchiet., And the great urns of the artbitioii* MithtMaslic loving j II U needless lo add that a< noon a- the news astonishing ,
----- were am. n : as have been thus arrived Mr. informs
ttirs North. It is well know American people wiil look this Ui'ion I the of Linn th" unii at. Wright
(: iO.v. uUI'cI1INs that I d.tftred upon as lhee vvjen ihi jcar began, are now slugihii spread over city re was a thai he has recently conversed with

with those will ptkscd them, upon! the h.t t as it is. and up-jii Southern rights and Northern iuj4jtti? faUo 1 You in'iy keep z ie- t i versa! bun> of admiration of Potter's conduct us

AUCTIONEER mode of disposing of the question, and this rights as they ate, and will! statrl! by them card of lifj, and as surely as il is human it I on the one hand and condemnation; of Sul-,! an who intelligent has been gentleman, now in in this the country,

r4LL.fI.lssEt;, J'L.1. ipsponsibtlity I will kettle with those \\ho have and protect them. will be a fragmented. and disjointed history, ''livan's on the other. It is hoped tint! this long conversant, capaci
of overseer, with mining operations, as
,tTrk TO a right to call me to account and not with These territorial questions, tlii:; Dlstiict) of I crowded with uiaccouiitabeiies! and chan t ( affair will teach Lord Palrnerston's nephew carried ty an iu the veins of .

)4ruti II. HOWD J. iV. ARori-K, D. C. those who have not. The Lp islatures w Inch Columbia! question' t his question ofjurisdtction There i is l.uI liiing constant. The I inks of life t tt that an American citizen, at home or ahroid, on quartz Georgia.Urotn -
this Mr. learns that
source Wright a
F. Fi.AGG.f.J.U9PSO i passed them have be.
n bnnu'timcK ronsidera- in fortft and dock-yards, arsenals, 'he is not disposed to brook amminult even fnmi
mmm.vy forever but Mill rush j
:trtz breaking: we on.
M.) T4Y. 3US I divided t 13;:; horse steam power, working twelve stamps
lily among themselves. Sometime and forth! who is of blood kin to his lordship and a
--- ----- -- ---- yards, so aie tiiditiy (|ii' tions A iVllo.v I'avf.'er! c'lopj from our side into the i one will about a 1000 bushels of

I. L. HIE1C il. r. J. k. 3JU>D, M. I). {' they have passed with great and sometimes temporary in their character ; and I the question t ijrave-a guiding tar of lope vanishes from i high functionary of her I.ritish majesty, and rock in stamp each bushel of quartz

'with less unanimity. The Northern sentirj of fugitives from serv.ce. woj.i] be soon I the sky-! creitnre, of o'ir aff%r-tion. a rhilti. I I he may aiso profit by this 1tomi and learn about a day- If quartz weighing

Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, c t upon the sulyect of slavery is in nnnv settled by the good sense ot the right minded, I or an snatched from us-pcrlnps. t'o'h- how lo resent an injury himself hereafter. worth of eighty is pounds. from twenty-five each bushel cents of
im'NJPcts entirely disMtnilar to those of the were it not for the wholesale denunciations The general sentiment hero is that Col. gold
: j 1i'rbf.4: thenji-eUet ta;eiher in the ofin1' i I ing with vhich we. be' nn the race is left to eizhmv the business is considered

HAVING<- i-f Medtriuc, Su.:eiv, &,c., oflrr thtMr j South ; but when \\c arc to'd that thrc must '}, grouped tog-'ther: in wiiole comriiutiities j u', iLli.! ym t vvu do n.t halt. Oruvrrd-*tilouwaid Putter ought not to be allowed to enter upon pounds in If the be a

.trvef.I to ILe citizcim uf Qtunry and the urruuid-: be a sectional issue raised because of this, |let ami.! State, on one hand deno'incing the !'fis I!IK elerml and as the I the duties of his consulate, but that he ought at good one, Jeorgia. yield fifty
cry past the bushel the is Now
g c< untri.LFi"v. I the voice which so declares come from the North, the North, the North ; and on the otiier recedes l\C\ I'roken lies arc forgotten, and the once to be promoted to be at least Charge cents lo profit large.
11.Thomas. IS4). the of the rock which %Ir. Wright has
I North or from the South, I stand here to re. j jpudiatc : hand: t the South:, t the South, tie! Soul ii.I ama! ihe. future occ'ipv us alone. d'Atf-iires lissome one ofthe South American yield
pn&cnt collected and tested instead of
I being a -
Heir it. The quartcr
Jeff. people of the North .
i gard ins provoufs me greater pail! ot tins st!io Republics.

ATTOHSEY( AXI COUNSKLLOR AT LAW, the question of slavery a* a con tilutintial: : gle ; and I would' suggest whether it would .1 Scritus Jaling.--Aii! old man by the of a dollar, or halt a dollar to the seventy

the in each I guaranty, precisely as do 'lie of ofilorrison before Recorder Naval Scene off Cronatadt. five pounds, is, in one great vein, nearly three *
TILL piacticf in Ciinit Court people IIR not be more wis1 gentlemen: would! e\erci.> !) lIt4 was brought

County ot< the ?44de Cir ii?, and in the Su- I South, and as such are ready to respect it. !It a little' foifiearance) always icmemberiug: lh, i Uidv\iu; yesterday morning on the [The United States ship Independence, nnd.r dollars! to ono pound. Abate this, in view of

Court and United SUtc Dutnct Court a .I of Nicholson sailed possible: or probable! mistake, or in view of
pT.1 is the the cnmnrin Capt. ,
political agitators in both sections who saying, Let t him that is v.ithottt sin cast ;the ch i'ge of vagrancy, and was sent to the woikliouc -
taUt'piic.e. have made all the mischief.! I II I is told for Cronstadt in 19U7, from Boston carrying the superioryield of a single richer rein, to an
Mnntitclia, January 23. IfilS. 23Mr Sir, lake a first fclone. I am willing to admit that the to he 'akcncan* of. : story, as
small number of with out M r. Dallas) the United Slates, minister lo average of two dollars, or of a dollar, to the
t men out ofthe Northern and great mass of our Southern friends treat thij by Lila, K ar itit-cting one, and carries

:;* *T SMITH.] [W. SSH33TJ3 alto out ofthe Southern, M-clionsofthis Union, question! as it should l lj treated ; and I am it t moral. Some twenty years ago he was Russia. The following interesting incident pound, and the result still remains, in every

& DlUtfCBTH and this accursed where he carried was discribed at the lime, as having taken point of view, almost equally unexampled and
] i agitation icttled! in pleaded to see them stand up boldly as they a nercbant in New.York on

ATTORNEYS AT LAW less than a single week. I have not Mood upon do, for what I admit to be their right of being an extensive business. All was doing well place soon after the arrival of that noble ship momentous.

MONTICHLLO! TLOHIDA. bib question for any pmpo '. let alone. I am gratified loo that they, in a with hint, until "a. friend" seduced his wife off the port of Cronstadt.j jWe Th" Public Lands.-From the ofthe
other than to do duty and lo stand and off. His children followed arrived off Croustadt on Saturday
my by proper spirit, stand by their institutions and and carried her soon -
p..i:?. T. Commissioner ot the General Laud Oilice it
fusuin the constitution.! I am for maintain' deftMid, them ; for it serves to show that (his a path of .sin, and bowed down by despair morning 'J9th July, and a most lovely morning ,
A. EATTOSMSY. MAXWELL lug the Union in il was. The harbor was covered with appears that during the past year, upwards of
spirit as well as in form ; Confederacy is a &Ntcrhood of free and independent ho found a temporary relief in dissipation

AT LAW and I have deprecated the assaults which I States associated for a few common and boon fell to the abated level of a ships of war and vessels of all nations, of every six millions of acres of land were advertised
for sale and than six and half millions
To increase the interest more a
attend all the (Court ot the AliddleCir-! hate seen made upon the constitution occasionally purposes, and not a consolidated Fedeial (jo.vcrnment. common penniless! drunkard. 1 He has spent size and description.

WILL. r-j- Olfire ovpf S. K. JJurnej..'* Store. in t ihe non-slaveholding States in the The Notth and South stand t togelher i the greater portion of the last five years in time and'! beauty ofthe scene a Russian fleet, in are prepared for market, a great part of which

Taliahanic.- Ocl. 2", IMS -H refusal to deliver from the Fotcrholf was found in two opposing will be proclaimed during the ensuing year.
._:! fugitives service according upon one great constitutional platfoim, workhouse, and it is reasonable lo anticipate
The[ shows that the ot land
to a solemn provision of that instrument and neither has a right lo claim that he will die there. Poor fellow Old age squadrons' and, alter maiueuvring: some lime report quantity
*4 S. $. KNICHT; their batteries disposed of in 1347, by warrants equivalent to
but this sir I in sham fht opened
; upon as a ':.;ttter over the other. The people ofthe South have and grev hairs, wiihout respect and reverence.
ffbolciile i. Ilflail Crorcr i. Frothlon Dealer which t be reformed each other. I cash, amounts to 83,590,234 OS, and in 1943
mu at home, as it will be j institutions that are sensitive and that can becndangcied lluUetiii Ulh.r .
anchored, and fired, and to $3,465,815 *'6. In the first three months
sound and We scarcely
by a healthy public
TAtLAHASSlir, JLOHIDA.KEnrSconitaiiiiyoTi opinion, \\hen by agitation in the North. I repeat -
it shall set n just estimate the inlerfer- Hetc under the Sun. A thieves received our c'js'otiriry salute when a steamer of ISIS' amounted to 83.9 7,160 'JO, and in
handaudcfTm for aIe! at a upon that 1 am opposed to such agitation: ; I omclliing -
for cash, nil the t.latid- i nee of political agitators, and condemn amorality have been willing to throw myself into the conreiuion has been held in London fir t tin.' crowded with officers, was seen making the first three months of 1819 il amounts to

aril aiurlc* in hit line Flout tif approved < ual-! that is purer than the fundamental breach to turn it aside ; I have attempted to of adopting measures: to procure an for us, and soon an officer of high rank, accompanied I 4,297,737 'JG! ; showing that the increase in

HIM-S Jari. Co1h'ii. Tea, Cacon, llanif, i'oik, purpose If board the amount of land disposed ofj keeps
1 large Ma came on our pace
by a
law. desire to in all its the livelihood. Two hundred and!
preserve vigor call ill? attention of time Northern : honest seven avowed -
LiHl. iitt1 people -
Soap| ( &Lde1. itI tunilar aMirl-topetber introduced to Commodore with the increase population, and the con
uh Fruitu, Irish P, Omotif, !Num.Ku glorious inheritance which our fathers gave nay, I might say the whole American people thieve attended. The meeting was o. ship. He was IVo/

.in riz. Attuondand Uother art arliclciuiualls us ; to see the South secure in the full po>*es.sion -to the danger of agitating this question ; peued by prayer and a hymn. An address Nicholson as Price Menchikolf; Minister ofIarimme. sequent w ants ot the community. Intel. .

f.ui iu fitr.'rfroluUii'hinfiitF, and of their constituliwtialrights. Lord if \ In his suite was an ofiicer wh>>se 4
enjoyment and I would &ay in all kindness to my friend was proposed to Ashley, asking any
torenei i' door ltI.3C l U. I 11.! Mfjinriine'.oa Monroe I have btood up for them uhen I from Alabama that he gives more food in one hope was presented of their obtaining an honc&t uniform was distinguished from that oflbe rest A Parisian Editor, in making an extract

ttrtet. of British Colonies. His Lord- of Ihe staff by the top of his cap being white from a paper in this country, called the "Inde-
ApraI2S. 1>43. 17 ly thought them right, regardless peril, and speech) for the nourishment of the free-soil and living iu the .
will now aid in shielding them from unjust and abolition movement than all the garrisons chip expressed his willingness to befriend instead of rival green. After the usual forms pendant Whig" translates it thus '"La Perni-
GEO. H. BESTVVICK imjiioptr nggiebsions upon their institutions.In Wendell Phillips and Abby Folsntr.s, and all therrv*** it was his duty to do. He candidlytold of introduction had been gone through, and qt.e Independent which signifies an inde- .

Vholcc! i Reiail! Graff ry i J'rausioa' Dtalr, this 'i IJggC! numerically they are the time speeches of all the "free-soil" agitators them that there was little hope for them, the Prince invited into the Commodore's cab pendant pcrriwig.

TALL \IJA. SKK. FLORIDA. weaker piily, and when I have reen the and abolition demagogues put' together. lie unless they turned their attention to the back in, this officer separated himself from: the rest, j'

ro'ijtai.tU o hand aid l..r ale at the South unjustly assaulted and assailed, my sympathies docs inort to provoke a&sai.hs upon the intlitutious setterrien's! of the New World. Suggestive went forward among the men, and thence The French Assembly have been engaged

KFir.PS i c.j.h price for ca ball the mlicl inI have been with ihcm ; an'] I hate exposed of the South than all that abolitionism! of le'ity as may be thene facts there i* something down: to the main deck, and' in short, all over during the past week, in debating the policy

hi* linen*, bum ie. Finur*
Co.1i-c, Tea*, }Ktfun Ui uj, Sflap.Caml'.es! Nulf.Kaiuni but tlu cf of but have decided not to do so.
Lard. agitators, have warned those aguin&t exciicmcnt fiendish tihnnphs. I beg of that honorable must steal or die, vvai respoue one
I Whukej and all other articles usuallv whose views and intentions he has the tbi"is is good but it cannot On the main deck he met the nurse of Mrs.
found in iim Ur e tiibii i.Tnenls. All wutitit are just. Senator, wlien anything to tay hereaficr ; prayer very
to perfim who have been fill Mointcb." Can anything be Dallas, with little Charlotte, a beautiful curly, To iR/op AT0use Holes.-Take a plug of
g purcha etinyof the aba e articles, are irspectfully but provoked by just mich -unless ho is implied by a slron,; sens'* an inpty

! innteJ to c U aad; price ll.em bej pre buying wholesale! beclional assaults as arc now heap. of duty-that he will not attempt to foment mores eipicssn-e of ihe depraving iiii"encc! of headed cherub, whom he too'c! from the nurs common hard soap, stop the hole with i*, ani ( ('(1 upon the North by the Senator from Ala and carry on this sectional agitation. To the social evils of Knglish society. and caressed. On returning to the quarter you may rest assured you will hare no further

l. <'o.,crner ortncilr
Me' W i'r. cm ttteet : and all hough t men may put on the garb dissolution of this Union, from the contcmpla- Stisdoiu is more valuable than riches. caused him to be recognised as the Em tual as regards rats, roaches, and:: ants.



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I had been in th< most imposing who imagines that he tho
ofIreign territory the I South suppliesthe : minces given iv-ej *'t; (.
PmWent's Hcssago. : there to protnct them against tho Indian;. It QIC lonbiau & Journal. ;
) and ,the slldien11111hc North ap. manner by the powers Washington, that solution lurking in the f>"gotng r'm1rlnt.
\V" Jf'L'.U' >, January 121 I, 183D.Tlbe I Is undoubtedly true that ths property, lives, ___ ._ money .
---- --------- -0---------- : ,-;therefore tlcylo7e Constitution J would t t thi him in all 18inc
of New proprialesthc conquests unless: sue\: a was adopted asvu ;ill ih..t'.halegib.
liberties and of the people ,
JI.c wl'"Rtp.u r.taliru religion n.. E. HILTON I & C. E. DYKE contention
Thf"ll\\'e aggression, '
e of the United StaTc : Mexico, are bolter protected than they ever r.nmms AI) rnOrUETOnS.iSaturda I I the and Union.the everlasting iteration of their own su* : \ suited to time tantes of certain !high per. and! other! southern! rnt'nt say lit: fhjk de' "

1 f trtntrn'zt to the floiiso of Representatives, were lirforethe tioaty, cesiion.; ----- -- _-_7 = :: =: -;- I II pe.rldlivegoniliies: I *, great Ir.c!*, wi..rmnfll: rigni'ro'e sonnges: there, all tv influence nf the Kxecu- lion 'o the Union the better, if tfj.jsee w"I.J!

?ita a'Jiwcr to a resolution of that body passed Should Congress, when California into the ehail! Union prc-, { :-, February 9, 1350. ; the South presents an ojj! ,'ct on which tive wotiM:: t be thrown ag.vnst: the "I!m..: ,:.on their \.'i !,accomplibed d, and OM* pf;,;

en tlu 3l!l of December last, tho accompanying tent herself for incoporaiioti: admission State ------ ----- ------ -------- --- ---------- -- ------. to discharge the whole: artillery: of their j jealous i: California! as a State: ; but that in the event ent government perpetrated.: Tie; Mircst, ia. "
4if f iiend) nf which! annex a condition to her R5 a Car ru:.-Tallahassee, left. 9.-Range
reports Departments, suhf.righteousuess-auid therefore theylove '
affecting her d.nnest'c: institution contrary to of iho adoption: ol t a Constitution agreeable to : deed iho only! way ofp'C (:ri\ ffliorl tnt.h
uuolun all iho official information( in tho ponwAjinn through the week, from 10J c. to llTime the Union. I Ii
ho wifches of her people and even compel hercmorarilv them then that influence would be exertedfar i prcsrrcation, fs to show whether Cjeliti it .
of die ,Enx-utiro asked for the ,
: by fr
mews f yesterday's mail has caused a decline.Ve .' In ihe same breath they represent I
oluilori.On to comply with it, yet the State I selves association with shivery her tubnission."-!In accordance witH i not, an utter indifference to its preieiTatfor! .' ,
r-culd her constitution at time after \ place! our quotations this morning at'IO ; degraded by ; *
change any
coming into office, I found! tho military 1 quxke it a point political conscience to cut these influence ami threats a Constitutionwas and a.t the stm t iim, nn unshaken; nil ..'. /;
ndmiajiiln, when to her it should: seem cx- lie. nn.
commandant ,of the department: cf California, pedient. Any attempt: to deny to the peopcof ,; Joose from it in every possible way ; deny) to adopted excluding Slavery! ; and IU the i conquerable! '!' rlnin ton; not to consentto ,

exercuiog. tho fuuctioni of civil governor in the Stale, the right of sdf. -).nnm1t i in: u Th rt Florid Confeieuce/ of tlitM.E. slaveholders Christian fellowship, denounce President urges its approval Congress, and 'becom a degraded! portion: of ihe con dera. .
that.territory and! !left as I was to act, under abominable and then
; them epithet-
tho treaty of (Juadalape Hidalgo, without the matter: which peculiarly uifcuta thennelves Church has been in session i at Madison C. II. declare by their every devotion to "glorious Union; ," the admission of California! urcdf it, it i-s t.) be tion. Highly! wrought flourishes and ferric ,
aid of any legislative! provihton in establUhing will infallibly! be regarded by tht-tn us an iiiva- during the present week. ,vIr hope to give pledge! their determination to maintain il at allhazztrds inferred! that that Cunilitution: It agreeable! lo appeals in b,!half of tho Union miy befit a
of and} tho principles:
ion their
in that I : it riph'-s: ; upon :;i list cf time >',;.nttne'its in our mue t number. God and the
gavcifimcnt Teiritory, thought laid down in our own Decl.iration: : of {Imlcpendttiire npt and invi-ke the curs of him. school boy' rhetoric, or a s:p'lomor' '* deca.!

best not to disturb tint! arrangement made un. i the penalties of treason nil who may lift a And) this Southern President! This rrittion but i is si !
they will certainly. sustained by TLOIIIDA "oLtnaitr. Yulen'a! Bill upon u our : most ml/ out of pace! at
der until '
predecessor take with!
my Congress connexion
hid 'liver! them from
great mas of the American" people. To as- fortlie cf the Florida Toltintcers has : to a i h the rain: t toJ elect whom all manner: of villififaliuii iho present crises, \ hen found In the mouths
action !
omo oi thnt eubject. I therefore!! did and payment men whom! they profes t lo hold ij: ho-ror and!
tint rfi'fo with the cf the ert that! they are a conquered i people, was heaped upon Gen. C.t< -, the explic't southern patriot! t"V' do hop ih for
no payers military: must as a Srute: fiibmit! to thsj} will of their con- pjss: >d the St'lIner dl'le ,talion.! In short th >y ale in this condi. :i it a
rsmmndaut: who continued ta exercise the and well known of ho WilmotProviso limo at least nhall! hoar
lion of the perplexed! gentleman: in Ari.s- opponent I we no more of ir. ff
in tiiii regard: ] will fi'1'ct'l1h no cor poor
q ii-Tors : Read Senator Dickinsons noble and
functions of chi govetnorns bef,re, but I Made dbl res-ponc among Aniuan: : !fieemen.fl : .- tophanes's Comedy, who winds Hi;> a tirade against by Southern! prcsl's.Vh} wait t for felt, its ex;'re.Iii.tI1 i i4 dmgerotl:4tblNorth(
no such appointment, conferred: no guch authority : Speech.! '
patriotic neither
i real numbers ()them are native: citizens ofthe wn.nivi, declaring. we can; Gen. Taylur'prrm'al or veto of the Proviso 1 : proiumes upon it : if not fi'lf. il i i. hyrooritlc&l.
and have allowed! no increased compensation ., Iiwhit the wicked! witches, nor without
United States not interior to the rest ofour
to the commandant for hi, services. Southern Convention them.' We 'hesitate not to Say, lliat: his action in rogird -
and Hr. Clay's Comnronise. .
With view the faithful execution ofthetreaty countrymen in intelligence patriotism ; In accordance with t the of the taliforniCUIIlilntion
a to Miggcslion our We in the South in such Hemna.: to : M more
them) nre no It d. ir."I! for the
restrain being
and of to ? : and h ..
no language'! menace f. peace !r.rrony ,
so far as 1 JI: )" in the authority of the F.xccutive in I the exercise of an undoubted right, substantially correspondent, Jrffi'rsoll." we i icpuhlibh! the We can 1 live with the North contented if they dangerously hostile to I the South t than; would ofthe! Union ofth.*/.; United Slates, ;iw.

and to enable Congress to act ut the guarantied to them by the treaty of cession Resolutions of our lu-t Legislator on the subject will! allow us the benefit of the compact of bo the approval ofthe Proviso lie arconipMies nettle} :and adjust) amicably: nil existing question "
session with as full! knowledge and! n!
little present it-self shall ever be uttered by iue, or encouraged of Slavery.! These Resolutions! though Iluuion.'e can live perfectly well : the same purposo' in bringing about rf controversy l>even| ibem. riling out
difficulty as possible on all mailers of interest
whenever shall resolve to turn
in these! Territories, I sent the Hon. and sustained by per.-cns acting under introduced by a })t'mlJcratIr.. I lackbuni, they the admission'ilh her proposed of the institution ot slavery, upon; u fair, equitable .
Ruthnl'tr., It i is to I be expected that in I that compact into nn intrumnt ofClppres, ion. : arid jutf bisis i llier: '*flrc.Ilfso'ved .
Thomas Butler King* bearer of despatchesto my were unanimously adopted ha. Wliig) Legis. limits and laws, thr.t he would do in approving :
the residue of the territory ceded to us by Mexico That Caiifbti i.s \jth it3\)'.& ,

California and New Mexico and certain whose officers duties to California th" people residing there will, at the tim?, lature. California and the President. the Piovito-while! in this ono, the boundaries, ought; upon her application to bo :

defined in the,accompanying are letters particularly ol1 o fthcir incorporation into the Union as a State,. III the absence of any other plan, .hear Al a key t to the action of the President in evil i is so diyguisad under popular forms, as :admitted; an one of t Ihe States of this Union

instruction addresj d to them severally by the' settle! all questions of domestic policy to suit I tily approve our corre poliJellt'lI ii/ea/ of u the! matter of thc new Territories, it wo-ild be possibly to thwart and defeat that resistanceand vvithnttt the imposition: by Congress of any restriction

proper department. themselves. -.- (H.onveuit!ion ol tle"' 'tt3 'from A all the counties !" well to recol"ct! that' he was elected h by de. opposition which might he successfully I in respect to ihs exclusion or intro-
No material inconvenience will 1 result from duct ion of sIatry.Jeolrct l ; .
1 did not hesitate to express to the pee-pV! of Middle'l Florida, to meet ut Moaticello! foi ceiving either the North or tho S< uth, ingiiil re- brought to bear against it in the other.
the want far a shOt I period, of a government !, That, a: slavery does nnt exi't
)thoie Territories, my desire that each Territory established by' Congress) over that part of the the appointment! of Representatives to Nash to his sentiments and] proposed action: by law, arid I Js' not likely to be introduced
should! be to comply with the'rrquuitintfi Prospects of tho Southern States.
territory which: lies eastward of the new State: I 'ie."C!! beg to suggest however, the nnsTMONDVV upon the Wilmot: Pro-.iao. The South was into any (.1 te Territory acquired! : by
of the Constiiution of ih} < United The LOI.don Enxwmisl, in a late article on
Slates, form of a State constitution, and of California ; an.l the reasons for my opinion of MAY, instead. of the first Monday told that ho would veto it. -the Nom ih that he the United S'ates from the republic uf Mexico ,
a plan thst New Me!.5co will at no very di>tant period i ha subject! Co'lon, from a long array of tacts it i is inexpedient for Con ",'si to provide
submit the same to Congress, with a prayer in April, as the I lime of holding line MonticeHoConvention. would approve it : Iythis deception, which no for admission]; into the Union, are and statistics makes ,the following deductions : by law, either for its introduction! into or its

fir admission into the Union na a State ; but the founded on tlllof ci.iI hlorm.ition: which I supposed This vxill give our delegates one can deny was practiced upju one sectionor 1. That our supply (>f cotton from miscel. exclusion! ; from, any part: If the said territory ;
I did authorize
establishment not anticipate of such suggest or without i is common' to all who have cared to make abundant time to reach Na-hvil2e.! And it is the other, he obtained ii: the North and in laneo'iH qauters (excluding t the. U tilted States) and that appropriate Territorial governments:

llui absent of Congress any nor government did I aulhorSzv am inquiries on subject. highly important, that as late a day as is admissible thc South, votes sufficient to secure his elec has /for in my years been decidedly, though ir- ought to be established by Congress in all of

Slicing then, that the q-ie-tion which now : d I the! said( Territory not aligned as the boundaries .
: vvilh regur1y rez.
should) be l1
government agent or officer to interfere with fixed upon, in other that tion. The garn* wa< played success ;
excites: such painful sensations in the country, i!. That our supply of cotton from all ; of'ths proposed State[ of California, vvith-
exercise influence control over the Convention for the concerned the elcclinn ofthe' I'resi-i.I quarters
or any or our appointment f delegates so as
will, in the end! cettainly he ettleil by the silent (including the U. States,) available I for out the adoption ct'any restriction condition .

election delegates or over any convention institutions effect of causes( independent] of the actionof should have before them: as irucli aspossible |I dent. Rut Taylor once inaugurated, it became home consumption. has of late lear b-en fall-! I I Oil: ihe subject) of slavery.Resolved .
in their domestic
rnnkiiig or modifying Congress, I again submit to your wisdom I cube action of the present Coagress a matter of the utmost importance for jog off"t the rate of 1,000 bates a week, while That tho Western undary of
tivuftlie of their
constitution, or 1\ On time provision cUlltmn'.lhe* instructions proposed the policy recommended] in my annual message on the questions at issue. tine popularity of administration, I hat this our consumption has been increasing during ,, the State of Texas ought to be fixed on tha

of awaiting the salutary: operation[ : of the the of bales Rio Dd Norte, comm-rncin; one marine leaguo -
given by my orders were that all measures of Fiom Virginia we have cleering lit'ings.' deception and delusion hlllclIH maintained! : same period at rate :3,000 a
those causes, believing that we shall thus avoid week. from its mouth, and running tip that river

domestic policy adopted by the people of Culifbinia the creation geographical p.ulic: and secure The joint Committee of thai Legislature, : -that the President: should not be compelled ',}. That the United States i is ihs only conn- 'i II) the Southern line of New Mexico ; thence,

mu!!t originate solely!of with themselves ; I the haimony of t feeling so necessary to has repotted the t following Iletolution, vhich I lo shew his hand: and thus prove to the South: try where the growth of cotton i is on the increase with that line liasJvvardiy! ; and so continuing

that while the Executive the United State I the )beneficial\ action of our l political JSIc m- t we rejoice to pee receives lhsiipport: ofb ''U that she had been betrayed, or to the Norlh .; and there even the incre"re does I irt l the same (direction to ihe linen"hli.h-!

was et'al1 det irous to protect them in;in the its character formation I Connected as the Union i i'i', with the parties through their. J1ref.'f' ? tho Richrrond that she! had been defra'ided. How was thisto I' not on an average exceed 3 per chtif., or OOOO I. ed between the United States and Spun, exclu'Hng .
( republ.can
) government brance of past hnppines: !, the senec 1'1111.111-1 bales iiii'iualiy, which! is Inrelv sufficient to : any portion of New Mexico: whether
be the lime submitted and Richmond be done. The diffarent portions (If our
to ut to Congress Enquirer IV/iig. both
proper sent blessings and the hope; of f.iture: peace approving supply the il\l: t'asildennnJ; for its own con. lying on the Ea"Io t ;; West of ih:it river.

)et it was to be distinctly understood. that tin-} and prosperity every dictate of wisdom, eveiy it, (I In regard the holdancl man t) tone acquisitions from Mexico J were demanding stimptioi: and t for the continent of Europe. i Rcsolrcd, Tint it be ;proposed to the Stafo

plan of such a gmvtnmeiit must at the same ,i an.l If II-uliichtlic I Government The! in this I
time Le the result of their deliberatechoice t feeling of duty every emotici. ( patriot- mehman.1"lai hat lately assumed Territorial usage The statements h"re malts} are worthy of.I ofTtxai. that the United .Statesvviil providefor

own ism tend to inspire fidelity and devotion to i it!, 1 on the slavery: question, vv(- shall perhaps have republic, ever since its existence, has been to the payment of all th it portion of the 16.i .
and originate with themselves! without i something more than a -in notice.: At !
i I'ts ; ,
and admoni-h! us cautiously to avoid any un. Territorial Governments gi'imaie i and bdna fide public debt that State
ihe interference of the Executive.I necessary controversy! which! can either endanger something to say hercrafier :) organi/e Communities into : the present time they miy bo considered with contracted prior lo annexation to the United

am finable to give any information as to it or impair its strength, the chief vienient I IlcsoJrcd That regnrding-Jie i Convention preparatory to their future admission especial interest t. as giving rise lo reflections'iu :I 1 States: and for which the duties on foreign

Jaw passed by any supposed government in which i is to be found in tI,, ieg.ini and !] proposed l lu held at Nashvije: on ihe fin su as Mate! l Rut it was np;>osed that Congress time highest degree cheering and! satisfactory I imports were pledged by the said State, to iti

California or of any ccnsti? taken in either of affections ol'the people fir each oth.r. Monday 1 : in June nest, as mute Je.-d to enable in framing Governments for tins new ere'litors, nut exceeding the sun of S -, inI
the Territories mentioned in the resolution the people of lie South to take to :the Southern State; ?. I
as Z. TAYLOR. ; counsel lagelh. would the Wilmot I consideration of iho said duties sohaving pl II.d.
I have no information on those fmhjr.ct8 :. ---- er as to the best :t' .1 rnoj t effeitual means of Territories incorporate It vvo'jjd not be a wild assertion, to say, that 'I b Pen no. longer applirable! that object
.\ already elated', I have not disturbed thearrangement's Florida Leaf Tobacco. resisting the agzut'ssiun ofthc Nw tim, of enforcing Proviso in the Rills. Thus passed, and pre. the portion of the world more important than I afier the said annexation, but? having thence

which I found had existed under a compliance on their rnrt with their Rented to the Executive, he would! be compelled !. .
the United
the forward beconrj
We made some rcnrtrks, a few weeks (ince, any other to the well-being of human family payable to t

my }rc ecl'sor. in relation to this article, advising our friend constitutional obig.itio-s! : and thereby o, preserving either to app'ove or vela the, Proviso : and in all nations, is that portion occupied by Stales ; and upon ,the condition! aIIo.! that thsai,1
In advising an early} application by the people the union of I these Statif, now h imminent I 'IVxas shall solemn:
in Florida to pay more attention to packing then would be no longer doubtful which State ol' by seme
the ofthe South. Nor would it bo
of the Territories for admission as States, peril by reason of the course planters i of II..r. !
and authentic yistarurp
and assorting it (for this matket: ; and) siigges- I ; act or
1 was actuated principally by an earnest drefire ting, that any extra pain* taken in this way, lime uon-'It"l'lOldingJalt.'i! and t ihcir representativea portion; of ihe Union hul'ccn deceived I by less correct to assert that the portion of tho : of a CcnvsfaJion, rlinJJ1L to the United

to afford to the wisdom and patriotism of be amply compensated I by extra prices. in Congress, in the teaselegj ayi.lation Gen. Taylor and his friends. : earth capable of becorning less dependant i. S.-.tes! any, claira which it" bus to any part of

Congress the opportunity avoiding; occasionsof From conversations with receivers here, we (and that Inn in the rvjist j U d.w.1" T> avoid both horns of this dreaded dilemma I than any other, is precisely same upon New Mexico.

bitter and angry *iisrunions: among the people find that we have, if any thing, understated the 'piril) of tlt1e-Iiuns involving tie peace, the Ii IiI the President posts! off T. R. King to which all others! are more dependant than upon f Rewind, That ;it h )peJirnl to aboliiKi !
of the United State and limo exijance
institutions of
? of this that the i i" I very the i ;Kvery in till District d (\ "tnli.hilt
importance present' system California with instructions: to the !
Under the Constitution State Southern States and! th-. urge upon 1 other. Ojr; staples.! Cotton, Tobacco i
1 lias! the ; iig objects; any
every much complained of, and productive of real approv I that i iusiitulion[ continue I to; in tine Stafo;
right of establishing, and from time to time altering loii" to the oft he article. To show it j'I (Jf said Convention, as above tet firlh! the people there ;in violation of precedent and and Rice mak! i the Northern States and all of Maryland, without the consent of ih\ Sr-iir,

its laws and domestic institutions glowers I' (;emneri! .\" doth! rcconxnewl the with from Congress, at once, to
munieipal to advantage, th" largest leaves should )bplaced .> 'ombly to no authority l Europe our I IriLu'aries.' Her dependence I without the con.-ent of iho people of the Dis.;

independently of every other State, and : together, (separating also the spotted I good people! of! !his co.v.uonv ,' Mii to send form themselves into! a State Government, and upon us for the raw material to supply! her i Iricf, and without just cnnipeiutiion' to tho

of the General Government, subject only to i delegates thereto! ? and that; to |jt.. end they of slates, wiihiti th District.
; ; *
and the brown.) and the next largest likewise ask for admission] forthwith into Union. factories, would make! England more desirousof I owners
the prohibitions and guaranties expressly set -thus making a frt arid Ioc'colhl! (Pi tint v. I I hold priiiiury int-eiings in each tit), county, Did Southern President doubt that if the But rescln d. T Lat it i is prrlieuf to prohibit

forth in the Constitution of the State The ( ) while I the lenraimder: would (forma II aii'l ejection district, and :ri.uill' h'Jl.'gaicl; to our cultivating amicable: relations with the: wiihiii the DUtrict the sl.\v* trade in slates
subjects thus left exclusively to the respective thiid; f1'Joil (filler) Purchasers would a Convention: to be hell) in each Congressional mailer was at once precipitated upon Cali. S JUlh, (were the South a nation ofitstlf! ) than I I !!brought into if (rein States; or piaoei beyontt

- States were not designed) or expected to become lien have more) conficenc! that ssmp'c' .I di't tria in tie! month of.Mip nuxt ; and (fiirnia lo decH, with its mixed! and multifarious with any other portion of the globe. And I I he limits of the District, either to be soi'iiherein

topics of national 1\ itation. Still, asunder drnnllj'om a cw was u correct ;index of the : that time Disttict CO1\'.-ulirns snonMiiuted: do population' that slavery would be excluded OCCUR lug a-; I the two countries would dis. as 1'rchanr.icl or to be tr\n5f"rt.--

the Constitution, Congress ]has power character of 1 the whole.! each:! select!! two per.ons, (one fron each of the from her limits ? No one can believe that tint fields of labor could become I to oilier market without I the District of Co.
they never
to make all needful rules nnd I
: regulations respecting two political I''tiCS ofthe ct.tlItr110) shall Inhil..
of the
I The preying contents
practice: a
the Territories of the United Stale bo h* did. He must have known and doubtless rivals! of each c.tbet.-
*; delegal" lo tJie said Navhville Joavention. or jealous opponents Revoked That efP-c' provision
box too, Laid, (which is often done, to cram t lh<* moro
new acquisition of has !cd to -- ----- dil J know, that the only chance for the South! :
Territory --
every I greatest possible: qtmlily into a given space, The North and Great Britain contending for ought to I be made l"r la"- according to th*
discussions on the (ltletiou'hl'thl.'r} the system Good News from the Seaiinole Indians.We was in delay-in waiting for the subsidence! j4"th Constitution for the resti t
to save ft'ight, &c.) should! also be caief.illy! the supremacy in the same great fields of requirement
of involuntary servitude which prevails in are enabled) to coininuniate to our excitements and the of I. tlti"utill! delivery of bound to service
avoided, ftF tIme tnlacco.'r) frequently, when of temporary allay Commerce Manufactures'! would! ever persons
many: of the States: : should r.c.t be prohibited ;in readers, highly: intelli from l.i'ior' in State t who e thus trebled, turns out to be dannged, rotten! gratifying nce fanatical fcelill;. For the idea that Cali fornia stand ofin crt f. But or any may
that The, of excitement opposed by antagonism
Territory. periods &c., when received here and opened. In a the FJori-.lit( P"/II1".Ia.; : Whenu assure I any other t 1Ltn or territory in the Union.
slave labor
from this which have heretofore occurred is not adapted to : was exploded with Great Britain and the South. Th :
cause not to : | 7i .WmThat Con rej< has iv> to
ii wood) bite Florida there ; power
abounding : i
country them that! i it is reliable! that
Jiave been safely passed, but during the interval is certainly no occasion for such eniiey: vvelcnovv so soon as the discovery r.f its minerals show. in'erest of tile latter so fir from bring opposing I II j i prohibit or obstruct the trade in slaves bi.I .

of whatever )length, which mi- elapse which, by the way, !h sure to prove economy any I thing; they will feel the same pleasure i iti reading, ed that it vas lo :be a mining, rather than an and conflicting would be harmonizing and I I i tvveen the slaveholdirt; States ; but that thwI

before the admission of the Territories ceded( ) which we do in publishing! it. I I admission exclusi of slaves brought from
but economy: in the! end. The cases sLouhf agricultural' and grazing country. Wo hold! identical.! I I or

by Mexico as .States, it appears probable! that be of a unifotm size, averaging: say about ;1500() The Council at Ch} i!\..Nikla oa the 21st.ult. 1 that neither (tho rice of South Caro. [ one into: another them crepends exclusivelyupon
similar excitement will prevail to an undue I swamps Rut we said the South! is capable of their laws." .
pounds net ; and iot; as now, some of very i rifling was attended by Hilly; Ho'.vlegsand eightor of own particular
the Louisiana
extent. Una nor sugar plantations the mo,t independent of all crmmunities.She tb8
dimcJlsimlIId sorn unwieldy andcuinbcifeume. The above scheme fora compromise on
iiino sub-chiefs\ of the d'fiVreat; trilxs.Th" .
Under these circumslaners I thought, and This! uniformity; would be much : nor the cotton fields of Florith, are belter has within her own limits supplies;' : of Cotton the .
introduced into Sena'e
slavery question, was
rfill: think, that it was my duty to endeavor to result of the conference was highly! satisfactory. to make slave labor profitable, than
more convenient to all parties. as receivers adapted Wool, Sugar, Rice, Wheat Indian Corn
it in the (,f Cmigre co, by tho adrr.U. all consented leave lha by Mr. Clay on ihe 29th of January.
put hero arc vell aware. They to is gold! digging in California: with the thermometer exhatistless mineral, especially Iron 'and I
ion California and New Mexico as States, The sentiments t expressed the occasion by
The Kyetcm: of promiscuous: packing (that Country: as soon as they can colect. their at from ninety to one l hundred and Coal while the culture of Tea has been commenced I
for the
to remove all occasion unnecessary agitation 4t ; Southern Senators show that if Mr. Clay'a
the best and the
pitting pnorcil qualities tha terms olll-rcd,! J the Govern
people, on hy We conli lent
ly anticipate
of the public: mind. former : t twenty degrees. -to be followed! ) probably by that of .
in the Resolutions it will be Northern
tain" l'\ck:1I'-lhe generally! are adopted, by
It is understood that the people of tho western .. at tha top) proved io deceptive, and) was the ment. IJ.jvvlegs left the council far the pur. reaction, to a certain extent at least, in the ColFfj in the Florida Peninsula, within a few wt'lIid that
Indeed it not
vote* was
part California; have formed plan ofn ( occasion of HI much loss to buyers, that: they jio'-e of collecting his tribe : and 1 tjcre were public sentiment of California on l1 i i"f r- Rapid advances too are making in
and will submit the year one Southern man in a hundred would! con '
State constitution soon .
have adopted< a new s"ICIII this MMSOH ; and lobe about thirty vr.irriois, with a con eponding sahj..ct. The terrible fatality raging among I
name to the judgment Congress, and apply! : -ider i this plan It is an almost
a compromise.
the of but
a case, ; of of
ouljcmO't dli1
1IOnot top proportion! women and lcD the whites in the gold! diggings, from exposure i iI
bo liltrcon fear
for admission State. This There seems to to (ta.
as a course on
also the sides and bottom-thus! thoioujihly unconditional surrender lo ihe North. Indeed -
the Tallahassee! and
Miccasukia tribes at
their though ;in accordance with, was not lo the sun's terrible heat, shows that theirs i is the London Economist authority. that
as )
part sampling! the "hot'! This troublesome practice I king Mr. 'erlion of his .
Clay's as opposition
exclusively in const' of expression Fort Meade on Peas Creek, about the 7di of not the labor which nature intended should!
adopted qucncc any
however, iniy be aviided, and mai.y other our cotton planters will not continue: to realize
of wishes, inasmuch as measures this month.: It is believed that time Indians to the introdnclion: Slavery! into iho
my substantial! advantages gained, if plantersand dig up the gold of that cotnlry. han: Uonvj rjiiuuiiralioti! for their Jahor.1' .-
tending to this end had been promoted by the shippers will attend to the friendly hintsgiven will all )be out c.lf thc Country by the I.ttof, that new Territories ember North or South of the
The President knowing thereby, everypossible ( to Great Britain's Emancipationihe :
there I and) .
officeM sent by my predecessor above to sorting dc.Delta. .- Missouri Compromise bow liulcvheprepared
as packing, May. would be closed r. _. I ,' proves .
already active progress of execution before contingency ag.iiast ;seiler", same: is uou;>ue!; irue, in regard: | '. -1-

communication; irorn me reached California. Great credit is given Gen. Twigjs j for the the South, nevertheless hurries the people! of to the sugar planters.! While! the prospects of I w\ to oiler any proposition vvnicn

constitution }hall when President wisdom with which he has conducted both the Slave States could acquiesce in. He prorw's -
If the proposed ( E/)1'tf( III (I/Irl'J'rr-:5incc 'I'ay.'or California into the formation of a State Gov- the I tobacco of Virginia. Kentucky.Missouri .
tubtnitlcd to Congress, be found to )be ;in compliance was installed into ollice: says the l'
with the requisitions of the Constitution burg Republican, with great force(, one of to him. His speech at time Council ;is ssiJ to eminent and Florida, are uu\v Keller than as a State. He propcss to take! from Texas
from the facts "
of the United states, I earnestly recommend those melancholy events, which bring a whole! have been in the } It is difficult to doubt now they Lave been for }ers. nearly one half of her limits, with a view

that it tiny receive the sanction of Con nation to tears, and fling around its remotest highest tlegteo judicious before the public, that Rutler! King was nclu We say then, either with or vUiout the free : !
doubtless! ufits beoming terrioyWith
grc .. circumferance the afflicting emblems. of a sincere and eloquent-his tone l,\:ing just what was ally instructed, informally it may 1 be, by Gen. Union there is little to discourage the! itihabi- in ihs Sen-

The part t of California not included in the mourning, has occurred. The hand, most effective-both menacing and persaasive. the of Californiathe Slave Stales represented
to people
Taylor, urgelpon ofthe Southern Slates. It that
taunts U true
proposed State of that name is believed to be whose generous, cordial grasp most probably .I ale by such! men as Clay and Ren'on, it must
settlement of after his in ltlla- exclusion of Slavery by an express law- !I they have been or are likely to be, swindled; from
uninhabited, except in a our countrymen Cave him the first salutation, ".: The following are the terms which be admitted that ihe project justice
in the vicinity of bait Lake. tion, has been chilled- -by death-the heart the Indians upon lest if nothing was said about it in her Con- out of their rights in Cilifornii ; but Texas Congress, even from the Senatorial branch of

A claim has been advanced by the Slate of that beat responsive to the welfatc and the consent lo Emigrate : each warriors ttitution, Congress would insist en passing remains, with a largo part cf X Mexico; in
is sntliciently gloomy. Thp o.
Texas to a very large portion of the most pop glory of his country and that prayed as fervently is to receive (before he goes on board I the Proviso, and thus force our dodging President her embrace : nor will it be easy t for the Conaress,

ulous district of the Territory, commonly des.ignatcd for ;itsuninieriupted p'ospeiity as ever the boat) 500, each woman 100, each to di clo.e himself his true character Norlh, cither vvilh or without the aid of!the pie of the South must depend upon themselves

by the name of New Mexico. If (hep'eoplo heart did pray, has ceased to answer to the child 100. Uowlegs him>elf will receive -ba true where their representatives are

of New Mexico had formed a plan of a joys or hoi lows of man-the last and not I he about $10,000, and tno or three sub-Chiefa to the North and South. ? Ir. Clayton guys President, to wrest any portion of this Territory false. As regards Texas which both of these

for that ceded honored lo Yon fully possessed of the from her Texas has an area
State government Territory as 'feast illustrious of his many predeCCK. King are grasp. their longing ,
casting upon
bv the treaty of Gaudalupe Hidalgo! and had sors has died ; but, in vain we )look for anyfLint about 83000 each. They arc lo be provided Presidents views and can with propriety sug. sufficient for about seven States as large as gentlemen are of eyes of
been admitted by Congress as a State, our ; allusion to the sad disaster, in this his with rations t for one year afier their; arrival in gest to the people of California the adoption New York. lithe Union should be broken with a view making free portion

Cctititution would have afforded] the means of fiti message to the Conjricrs ofthe nation Aikansas, and to be guarantied in the possession her Territory, we imagine that she will have:
of best calculated Texas and Mexico, (tll
to"e ihem whole
measures with; the
obtaining an suljutlment of the question of sluice lU occurrence. No mention! of the of their It is climated that up, something to say upon that subject. And

boundary with Texas I by n judicial decision.At event-no syllable to record the mighty up. tho whole cost of negroes.tie removal vviil bo about cfil-d. Whrt \'icws1" Doubtless his vie.vvs be ours in )process of time,) there would he no whatever her determination be, in it aha will

present, however, no judicial tribunal has heaving of the national heart, I the universal I ;in favor of the immediate! admif ion of Calilb"rnia prospect of a lack of Shvc! Territory for our be sustained by Ibo South to the last

the power deciding that question, and it re. lamentation which fell from the Nation' lips a 2JOOO.:: -' ? so as to save him from the danger of rapidly! accumu'ating! slave populat nun The. doubtless

mains for Congress to devise I borne mode for when its ear first caught: the nvs that JAMIS: Northern Love of-the Union. vetoing or approving Iho Procifo. How give S 1111h. can then in any emergency lako care extremity.' _ _ _ _
Meanwhile submit Con.
to !
Its adjustment. K. POLK was dead
thc question, whether it would be for introducing a theme The Charleston Mircury shows wherein them cfl'ctViuy, by bringing about the of hcrcclf. Thanks to nature's teeming gifts, The Truo Course.
cxpe- Hut we beg pardon
grePs } Tines
dient before such adjustment to establish n so painful and melancholy: ;in connection with consists! ihe love of many of the Northern[ adoption of a Contention: excluding sircr- and iho unfailing, though much depreciated The EiKtor: of the Richmond (a

territorial government which by including the a document which is more suggestive of laughtej Ranters in belalfofthe Union r for as the North has a majority in Congress, and<1 abused energies of her sons, she has ut.i Whig paper,) afier a sojourn of some tirno in

S district so claimed, would practically decide than ol tt'nrK.J!. Perm. "They love the plunder of the protective such a Constitution would be sure of receiving f fore her a splendid! destiny. That destiny can Washington: gives his vieW3 of tho matters of

the question adversely to the State of Texas, A New R/ltrrlrisc.-Ollc of the Boston system, and Ihe. rich agriculture: of tho South I approval from our national Legislature. Mr. only bo tarnished by submission to injury and I controvery between the North and Soulh./ Wa
it would decide it in her favor.
or, .by In excluding my opinion, such a course would not- Chrnn typ"'s friends tsl.'s!' a good story of a furnishes a love grand the field Union.fonlcl'n: 3.lin-lltcn'Jjve I .- Rolls, Virginia, (not John Minor,) express depredation. Let her maintain her rights: commend! the attention dour readers lImo

be expedient, especially as the people of this Yankee Miseionary, who convertingiho not succeeding heathen as. tom e they from the Treasury They, which the appropriations com. Iy charged in tLf, Convention (as we published guard steadfastly her indcpendenco and liberties conclusion of his letter-as follows : in

the benefit and well as he could wish in last week that the Constitution the South should! acquesco .
still enjoy protection ) Califor. Rut whether
Territory of the South therefore fear.
in India, made a contract to run the car of f mcrce supplies,- they and she has nothing to State', ''Ith.
oflbcir ni'inicipal laws, originally derived from !love make nia.had boen forced them that the admission of Calforma a's a .
.JttCl, and hsmilitsry ftrcfl Rationed Juggernaut by tttttn. love the Union. They to acquire' upon atsur- If therQ bo any dear friend of tho Union,





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jj.'j jjjar -. ) -

*rery. an I ifl*>,
111fetv'7: )tiIg hie i. Pheips, in his aU!< < perch, proposed KOIII". | liu.* tvni'-Alt's w eli. P.ine ard r* (Vet eut te thar3tim.. t.uarttrr1y 1t7e' Etrc'rIvl: flrj.r.rj.kT, )

.3tb l? Iet't) a : thini> like he ClaMnn! Compromise, which he .4 A houe dithied! agniint itself en nnul stuid.: Very tiuly \.inr r.hcdicntierva-.f, Oi.ia 13 tu the l Lit t-j rivi4uiT-si! atit! c jnp' r-rc7c>!ymc :: : t.rm'4ry 1, 2'O. j -
.. ; i81 CtIlfl1fl i)( ha-i t.csjbtcd! to tli: frjmr-and vthirh th? 1'i av 'itthu fall!, l h tho object of your friend Au utluK.. GsrUnir. M. t i1tos ;'4 I th.- ijtir.s lot! Kurope. %% i i.-h have t 1.'icsch i- tretm..r ii er..4.t VTCft( to hO' htd 1St $
flIMr :, EDWD. RRINLEV! &,CO.,! l'roi-ml IowtJ r'hir IE 'im' rtutk S3\rsi.n, a'a ot A 'the KloriSa Jil tiif.rt ci, the
sed and which the Second Iii won: ot
conllicts with h'4im' S"nai Houss and brother
} iry* that pn rejected, For mtc i by them in aiy quantily an.J h? lhir a;,- which "fie eo. is no.' ;'e.'," I li--! U-asli-igpfri- '. th&ie-! pto4tlrt
!*" lllM/T VJ j' Afll-ifnl matter. Taken far what particular: reason (so far as seven SOLON KOUINSONfc pamte.1 A, enU ia the United St'te j anJ G.in4.i-. of Greal firilai1) !ii7i- become invrsttd.Mth a lie ri e bv law ilupdayin tor the eVctsunt.t Conntv Oi.mrs. Krj'r s ivls-

: goveral accession* of Southern negatives wero concerned) has nver LP.WIS! i AM!>, t.f iit.-re hither! unkncwn. They *'rc..f.y a mt ide i- Cene,l fo wmmawl id iviso.tO l tbo> Ta.ce'y .

? *$. ( (.t l the confederacy, do not been fJUy explained. Mr. Vu'ee' declared! I:roll TI rLqa1LOA ( JOuRNAL ] Sole Agenli for TalI3hue. ground betwem the Las'y! d4 j >mtes sr.d rersisirdy ccsiiostd by the ro-iguai nof Gii. $*l Jcssti. .

?*m tjt(. south, cause for r.i.flC41 that! the proposition of the Senator from Vermont EDITOES :-I I psrceive tlm.seve elaborate imperfect and record of the newapsper and the Carter. -
treatise !be
g2rA pom'trroui t to by fleiier.ti,
,.em id4"jaM rtis"ru ''>IU now w!hi11t> lhc) would be acceptable to the South. ral of tho Southern or Slave States are taking Cotton TactOty; The friend cf f the establishraent the historian at a future day. Whoever reads 0'J.cir, nd (cutr.iJrnjjwnjpi,: within fliigae.tei(toe,tnaii: .1 id Dzvs. .m

one. it i* manifest that the The Senate can, without difficulty, agree action on the subject of the proposed Southern of'a Co'flon Factory in Tillabasjee will irld these perio'licakobtain! a correct and connected sc- ,in., *re hereby; J to csm iist eCwrttjtr ibis c-

: 0Yi an open es thcoiy! opportunity; il.yTliirfl upon sotiio compromise ; but the trouble i is Convention ; while our Slate, although one of a publkoifefjng attCurt{ House, on SATCBDAT.tbe count of all the important politi.-al event ct thi ol.! within their ;yO4OeCtLe CCIt1tLL5, 304 yiike re.

4 t .sp of ,ectirrin.jj protection from with the llou e". the fist to speak through her Legislature on 1Grti Jiy of Fe ,. I i50. at which time rmpor- world iom drswti, at Her ocetir,a.zd learn- the various cencl'J- turns arcordir. to *-. '
from them b the l ledio;:, ?p>nt* hf ;he' t1sP orsra to eted sa
I1 deliberate this is still and taut facts ctn< ted wish this entcrprize wilt bo oV- It j4 at.o orer.'d
is subject silent
o.i.K-ranrc.. It our lying romiining ; ;ic.! The American PuI4'Prs therefore deem n tt &tct&ons hr1ot in (kts.h.t'C ltiusG, i
K ah'rii fr thi< the preset it the twcnt for thee Another Letter to the Korth. thi! should not be so. I believe our people lope"d. Th public generally are incited to attend. proper to call renewed altei.lion to the w<:rk* tey! | Ini' ?County! ot and ''Hy Otfrrrset: M Irupect -

icfiOn tlit' sentiment nfthe;: SiatejmJr To the Elitors of the Ckatltnton .i1crcus' : arc ns united on this subj-ct as was time las: : ) ii and; the very low price- at \\hicit they ?rlo '.r* ot the election t-'oe ors.rd.!
IVutY qut( d the other day (iKvrtHMKX; : I assert, without fear of con.tradictinn Legislature. It a question that soars far above ThWflfl i'fcrid' ma: sabscribe.-j. The lollywing i ii their Lt. JWrm. It shjl. \*? the A''y f the p-rne holdingthoeltrtion : I -. .
; District n
( P.'t!. r, of South Carolina! Eqiiiifzi! that the negroes of the South are party ; and you will see when the diy arrives OBITUARY. Thl P. LONDON QUA iTF.PLY Rf-ViKW. fa *' in notice tho fjriouCtimpary hereof at three ot the mt f :
Died) give ten
ty Mt. one, arc prcpar.i no mate cruelly' treated tlrin the soliliers and( for action, that all pitty feuds will bs buried at Hornnsa-t-'i, Dnton Co-intj, Florida, on THK: HDINUURGH: KCVIF.W. t.tIi. > in said Dis'rc.'fliMAS! i
nCC places
laJ4ie.d sailor of and the lOih Jantmr lat, after an illnei* of three di\ THK 1 NORTH BRITISH I R Vi l.V ; -
and %
this rn1J issue. n tht' lagUr7Tefjr : our Army Navy, they are in the oc-'in! dCC[). 1 .in avc that ther" PROWM.

i Z; pJare lk1re.) not kept under as ) (
r p1I'/V.
adniltd dvi. llie **''"'}if"rrt> insist : ll<>jr2cd (for misdomcanots. A more honest who have :u.;i i vJ i in tl&ys past to be ItMd'Thoaic *. 4 day*. BT.AfKvVOOD'S nDINBUR'IH AND MAGAZINI': F.HuarvS. ISSiX Ttiaa e"4Sentinel. Ipeshliran teo1 and

; ii nd qui'iilse! $clilet3eil di 1k* rural prvnilatiut) than the plant it ion ne. \\ hoMing bi'-k, :i ird throwing every He has left 3 wico! r arrl: four chilJrer to rnurn In t thw! periodical: arc onane,l the view rerattjj !- Jack..onvitlcalat. Aigus C' ats will 1ubiih (ill thy
/ Unless vi (81i ro"i. it wr.ulil b confOveThy. he lived Icel that ba three tr; ( at parties in England i'ory.VhijT. and _
take ftTIdkI'lflhi 1 drove my carriage from New.Or ate too plain to deceive or mislead one many might calU-d but lew rl.onn : ----
*IhI> juncture, to our any ; Hiilicji" lhrk\vood"an.l; the London
"? urinfad8.i,* Nmibcni d..ctrine that the (lener- leans to New-Yoik, arid spent several months t theyc-ime; here with all their anti-South.crn < to fill hi'* place as friend, nei hV.r, or cili/.en. I; are Tory : the Klinbur h Review QmrlerI Whiz-; $100REWARD.TKCCLAMATION .

a3ZSt' t use all functions to asr in Louisiana, h iisippi, Alabama. Georgia, feelingj clustering around their hearts ; Without beini; a profcs*
Gormflmt mi' r'orccu our roi>!;tly' we may as South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and they sought every means to bring I themselves the principles of charity and benevolence, vdb"ieved Knrh! Ilriti-ih Itcview" ove" its uh'.ishT.ent' tn

"" and to Maryland : and during all that tini'j nfl; 3 ofmy into notice, and Pivor ; th.* were and relied on the doctrines taught in the the Id3l great irciesiaitical rnovcroent in Sct'tland IE- :
? ; ot>the c >i.ti-fct at once, proceed y j at.d i* not ultra ir. i's! views on any o-io of the gratt:
veil gC trunks fastened to tha and succ."Psf'il Bih>. !Ihe! wai late netnLer r.f Lo1e .l! the Maonic ,
the prospectiva removal of was carriage t to a certain extent, caused by our a < d'-partrat-nfS5'of huiun kno!cd'e ; it was orizi:natty!

tire A The: Smith is strong enough now never taken olE and and the shitict< lock never party divisions ; but for which they would!! ''ii.'ved Order t<> this i'i! Cahawtw pUce s mo, Alsfaana csshtfcn, from inoslhsa whence he edited by iJr. Chalrr.crii, and now .since! death, i is --

itr q thftt land effectively. Jn a few years disturbed. Much of the time, : >, [ car. hive lived unknown ; amid d lug, been doubly The fratrrnity l.avi' Kift a worthy'bri'tlwr, one tftke It litrr.irv
charactfr i.n
to }hv ihf nidof such legal) advcr'isetnents' tied valuable property in tho carriage: : hot damned. Rut the diys of all such vipers are and apprrciated the beautifsof the i-ititutn r. I 'Itthe very highest ouler. 'I i U- %Vetrrsini4ter," Governor of Flcrixa.

rotr; as 1 r. 'ebcter's hill tol without even a loc.k, and without ever lo in j numbered, and' if they CilI not act with thofevho Tad prati-d it- prmc.j'lfs. i'tovi.lf-ire !ha cut though reprinted under that tslU, only, 11in TubIi.htd \\TIr.tUAS.! if having '-ej, n.aiknown! to ir.<

far atpcr farm the peat Luropeani a sixpence.! Could! I hive done that in the \ have ft-d air:1! clot lici I them, they Ii rid bet: bun off( in inidite!! liie.b'it has snnird UJIMI <\li tfi! >rMto Kn. lar.d undi-r the title of the Fr.r -i-n; Qnrt.rly wj, r.cei tly .rr.mittect in thi

;l **PTV tnsn a OreMineso'a Northern States ? Can you thus leave your ter H'lurn, tu their rna&ters who: sent here to t provide fnr his firity. Gtxl \% itt! protect tl.c willow and Weootmin'tr.: i: (being in tact aur.ion of County tit t Mai! ion, in this Sure, Sy cn>; ACNFIR J.THUJirsON .
i ili I be emptied upon us. ami orjib.Hj JUM t tO; re-l ia pca 't. J., C, h
rvuzgcutiltz tits two R.;>vie\v* tjruaerly ru&li. !trj and impriaed'indr and other*, u'o'; rig l tM4Iy r.f om.e K.T. .
California New house* open a? the planters do here ? I know *py out our weaknes*, and betray our lilxrles. .
'eiska, saiarste t..i. It has, tbcretore, adar.t.te Moblcv. ar.dthat sact! Thompr'n was indicted.rred. .
S'riico' lf) erct, and perhaps half dozen bundled* of men % ho leave their unhealthy : Sir, it is absolutely necessary: that w. State of Florida-GauVJea Circuit Court b_< I bit combination, fur,:-ic m ono wcrk t the be fleafures ar.oI i o-nvicnd thcrrfj r, and finest in the tunir

fte States, will have their Sent.jort homes in the summer, and goto "sutnin-- move at once on I this suliject, and as you have I.CHANCERY.. of botb as Iicielo'nn* issued. <: ,)n !h'uid! do4ljrs, ard nr.pritotiwl ur.til .ii>iscaj

nore new Repregejitative j in Congress to join hun .e ;" leaving: the plantation mansion, and called on all patties K and irnmediaMy; on thor-jr arrival bv the Rrituh steam >cd tri nj jaii and fit<; trf'ti.' JU-IK :
fifteen Northern States in all its contents, it} charge of the negroes with mailer iti co.) roveisy betueeti the North and Krancis Arnold!,
ojfu&ranKeing( presezit ers. in a bfautilu! clear Ijti--, on fine white paper, Jtinrthtrrforr, I, THCM %* In'j.v! .Governor r.f
: what lliey may call *' a republic perfect safely. South, is my apology for this epi&tie. Ai the anti and are faithful copies ofllii* orieinaU, Blackofd"s the .',t.ote nt Florida, by % irueut I he ant hoi.ty rnisa

"f jroverninent" to the lourtcen lave. As to the idea in case oflro'iV.o"! of <:et- proposed Cou\i>ntio.i i is to meet in June, I I Rrubca Auus n 1'IurryVillian II. Mc.Millr \ Mic.i.ii.e being, au cs ct/JC-jj//a7f of the vested by the ia \* <'t iste. d.. hereby i.tcr Oa

form ting the to injure their makers, it i is think we should have elected anJ Cenjamin C. V.Vst.IT Eiiaburgh edition. sontirid IitoiIar ti.Vjttl far mti. auoreendon .t
leave Delaware out of the negroes our delegates
States we lo the
satisfaction of the Court thutI -I! f'm-uipson, and 1 his safe deuiery "lo the Sheriff
the most ridiculous nonsense on earth, and utterly by the middle of Apiil ; various methods to Keubon Scott,one o he deeidants. rei.Ia! t,ith. For ar.y one of the four Ktricv., S,00 an. f.f si d! Ct-unf, of 'burict. .4
CIP.Ifilzr SidJtrn STates icfll unite in demand impossible of being cllected. I will waier I acco'iihiish olijecl have been suggested, I out he Slate, -> the ordinary proresn cf Co-rrt cannot 1 For, any live, d! >. &,(/) Jttna -Sapl Abm-r .!. Thompson i* abontC2jesrofme

bUimalum nf acquiescence an tquila.k'.tdinnon < my life that I will go on of an hundred propose; tin's that each county in tho Middle be served uoon hint U is tter Jorf Dtcreeil and \ \For any three, do. 7/j *' uf lair e ,ibont a feet IQiuel.r-i *n
tnf'at the OrdtrcJ, Tlut a hcatin; cf the facts charged in the I For all four t'f the Relief." h .;hl. "pure built siiup tacc.
jiiantations in (accession, with the rankest :a'oiitionist )- I District) appoint; by public meetings as 5,0>i Buse, black
: of the Trrrilury. and. further mare, many Ril! b<- had on te!: third ((3d) !.r.o.oy in Mjy, atQjincy For BLackw-ood's ta2zirs. 3.1>0 eO:i, auburn hair, upper tront t vth d, i ayeri.In .

ttontl&iox to all the farms vf aggression upmihem that ever breathed destruction to the delega'es as th-> n.C'tin rviv: dee.u cxp'dient, Gadrfcn Coun'y, a? which time, said defembnl Fcr Rlarkwood and three iJt-views fr/rl Te-.tini.iuy whereof, 1 have hereto *...tny

through Congress, vr bdiecethfy Will slaveholder, and 1 will get ten negro"s to fizht to CflSUt i of an equal number ef f each party, may appear and pe.! l to or answer rid Bill : For IJlackwu'd aud the !tour rleiwi.. tOuO r | hand aral ra w<-d he Great Seal! cf tl

'fa'' elijr'rt. ffthv are unprepared lortbif fur their master*, to every titte he get, to blht to IuCt in the town Munticeilo on the first .1tl i.! isfurfirr Onlind, That a ropy of this .- Payments to lie ma-le in a'! cxcs i; advance. LLA State! to be alhxt.l, this 25tb day of JJEU.

o3ofa if if the twoJwitir1I against tluMii.] There is no pe.plo! i in the lon'i'ty ii: April, for the* purpose of selecting! I he pubiUhed in one cf the newspipi publi.lfdin CLUBBING aryA. D. l Vj
d'ci t-e fcti'p, public men < the Circuit once a wnvk for three months; dl lc. -.t. Four copies of any vr all cf the above works will! THOMAS! EnoV.NJssernor .
to 1w c'nsidred as juti.i world] with whom 1 would trust t my lii hooner two
i rJ in fiariuE far'.t!; forties? abnve Southern inrf than the negroes of the South. And I eouid Suulhern Convention ; one of the delegates rtioi. BAL72F.LL, JuIe.A ('ir three-the timrth copy being erati.; Dj the Governor-Attest.

th. the nf.N'orttPtr. fill a volume with anecdotes relating bcene should be \\'hiig, the other! a Democrat. I trii copy-Ar'.st, *,* Remit tarcs and comniunicarions br.uld! b<- C. Vf. DO-.VMNC. Secrrtary of Stale.

,e: encroachment n w may ctjwct too on with progress tCrCaS.Intnomcn1urn. of affection that I have witnessed a* ex'Ming have no doubt but the peule; will respond to K. C,-LE.STKU.: Cltrrl I.' Gad FHRRUSON.d. n Cr.( Court.Jr., always aJdressed, post-paid or tranked, to the Pub- Jar-uary 26. 1S5' 3flwNotice.
i. untiil uc1i thiags as Southern between lie negroes and thtir master and mis- this or home other mod-, having fur its object .Siailor for CoaipUinant. LEONARD SCOTT & CO .

-ouihftn insliluliuns haU only be trees and iknuly. tin action of. ur State.I !t\br'iarv 9. li-5'1.' 5 "Jen 73 FULTON .' '
ri ht and ,. EE PUC < cribcr will Iciveln-nit in Decatur CnnnJL
eird, of as mninlscMJCc oflhe j pant. The cIiI4tin: of thing? upon & large planta- I hope you will republish! the Resolutions! of State cf Elorida-rGadsclen Circuit Court.ary D: !"eStJ_ ( l.f v. ty.Georsu, on or abo'if the 20th

liofi more nearly approaches to my idea o: our lait General Assemhlv.!* Ploughs die.UST :rait l.tuti4na and cess, to collect! debt which

snm* of the old Hible patriarchs, than any JEFrCllSOX.Ttl.grnp'ntdfor re AntIu hJaiscll and other Ar v person or pernn -

The Pssitica cf Maryland. thinge! that I can compareit i to. 'Hie? imtr *- oodwar. ) .1[ RECEIVED: per Kris \7ar3lla. f,0 Kazglw, > riesir nj; t ly place claim in his har.Jj for collection
Tlii fuiowiitg; letter eihi* iU some of the "' rs. 1 v BUI for Divorce. Notirse, :Maio'i: &, Co's. Ploughs ; c Straw Cnlte.s can da so by sciiu him at fc- roe, er by encK>-
lives in the Lir house. Fiirrnunded perhaps the Secannah Georgian. Janit-i J. ccdvard.j ) >uptrior quaiilv ; G C.>rn titLlitrsjurwrior! smft tb'-rn. a idrese! to him at >W>ile, Alabama;

iudtcitioti* whirh piiint lo tb* gratifying proinJi by C9 or 40 Mnall comfortable dwellings New Y>trk, Monday tW\trning\ 1'ebllh, IT arpt-aring; (to a-atisfartion of the Court, by qutliH. For s.hby S. F'. BURNKY.Februarv ai4ti thnr businesautii be rternied lo.providrd their

?, lint, on the Slavery question, .Maryland which in the *' men servants and nai'L! servnnts The afElivit mJiiis rausr ffed, that Jairp J. UVfd- 2, 1S5'1. 4 (.aptrs shall be at >!*-bile !L.> the finot day rf March,
on Saturday was duller. v-d 5, lh< dtte dajil in ihjtiuse the For bis to
IJR div him Te idbeynad ability transact busincs. arid er.lito
reside with asimHi comlott *
Mil! join fasx Cite with the other Southern as Sales 1,000 bales. Fair Upland i is qioted at jiri-
self. Tjon; some of these places, auijile. provision IU| to 1st : Orleans 13|. Rice is unchang- "n lu: It is (hdneJ, That lite said Janes J. reward of $5" heretofore offered! by toe foi names arc annexed.

jt( COIled in one great kiu-ben to serve j( ed in price, but firm. Ilia Coffee i* held at Wood Hard do appear. t4eaI! l, answer, or dt-iaur to5aid _i the apprehen of the *'.ave EVE:, is now WILLIAM O'NEAL.
P.ALT i MOBS, Jan. 19. nil the people. Where rations are dealt out Bii! cf Conijj'.an.tvjlhtu threa mnnlhy. '.r said withdrawn. I will prosecute to the extent tf the Oiivc Grove, Decatcr Co.Ga.

Eah ta"s proeet1i jj* if ( ami tJ-e can e set fofrrarin uf the nest Terra Ilarrty Crawford \
(lire how fomeihuij? of the fcdiag that pre- fat and S. S. KNIGHT- >n. .MrJ Nekon hawley.
of and
and n half pounds poik a peck .iI! I the r-im in :tiay .et;at Quincy; : Ami it isfnrthtr February ?. 1S50. -i Leonard Liri. ii?. [.HT o.. ,hirT. Mvriek, Er
fills nm ng its mctnlrert r&alive to the slave.n ahulfof fre'h swe-t corn meal per woelc, !1v SECOND DESPATCH.l'riD Order, thai (>r lcr be published in nm IVcitm-Co ,Ga. \ Walter! J.Robinson.-jq.!

aZ'titiflt), nnd evince their drtter! i nation to evpty working hand male or fetmle. HeMdf.s York 1 M-jnday Ifefl 1 oi. Feb. 4. newspaper print*-4 in this State once a week PJotice.SIX Mr. Henry T. Hail, ot'fColunibui.Ga. 0{ Florida.

.'and the South in whatever f..r thn-e mm !ils i
by course '
may this they have a great many vegetables Dreadful Implosion and I>osi of Life lu *'cvt month-"aftrr (late, I shall! [indent my accounts '
2.J Febro4iy, 1HO.JHOMAS. January 2( 1SJO.
hi1 adopted for ihe Jno of its rights.Yrtifttiay .- vouchers! t I the }Hunorable! > 3trPHE
protect from their own gardens;, if they choose) ti cat ork. BALTZHW Jude.A <> C'.urt of Pro-
in the IIOUM? ol delegates, Mr. Hartii I have bait for the C.u-sry of Li-nn, and ak for t tlna! settleiaent -
them instead of they always The boiler in the
selling : building occupied as a true cnpv-Attest, Qtuncy Male and Female-Academy
and fli.charce! Evrcctor: ol the list will
nr>r Si. M iry's county, t-u'imitied an order chickens eggs, and frequently ho:s and crop' machine shop, by Mr. T.i\lor, and as a hat- IL C. LKS'i l-.R. Ctik.Ftbruai ( and testament of William! as 1 'srnr, aereirj.ilVHlCW JL rr-opciitrd jui.iiuiv Tib. 1 lie fecond st-s iou
whi.h wai piowritly! ndfljited instructing the lh' Htce. V 9, ;<>.')!). r 3m v\ill c'JiniU'-iice June oth. Studriifj may enter at
(their own i.lining l-poti plan'ations lory, by Messrs. St. John and limns, on Hagustitet TURNER
tome durinz! the c.r.dafter the
any < } .ar second week
Jaliiriarv :committee to inq-iirc into the cx.jL1IPncy fed vegetable food Ffbrjarv C, liK.: 4 firJETNAIN3UEAKCE
they arc mostly utmn exploded this morning, shattering State of Florida. tt time sesion. they will be c'tar' ed from thtinie .

| !i of reporting a biil admitting negro which they prefer. A gentleman from the the budding to atonjj, and burj.ij overqne T i.V CIIA NC CRY.Djrotio COMPANY 'II l entering. Eourd may be had at price vary

t iin3otir in th? trinl' jf persons Irorn other up-countiy.*' who has always fed meat, his hundred mm, women, anJ boys, iu the ruins, HARTFORD CONNECTICUT.TJUlLblNG5 ing :rom ST to SIP per month. For further particular
atrt, where uch tfKiimony 3 k admitted.Th" .- kutt, ) see printed catalogue, which may be obtained
told tint he has lately bought a just rn gan .I wereempioved m th! two establishment. vs. > !C'.li Lr Dlrorci.n ?, Stocks, and Cotton in %Warc-bous by application lo N. II. STEWART
.l'ject of this movement i i' to ensure the o1 rice fild negroes, and offered and ur 'ed Seventy of tho wounded and dead have been = : Scot ) J3 insured az.iuiat loai bv fire. Jan. 2 30. 3 Principal.

conviction of f those cau hl tampering with them to cat mat and they r. fuit.. Nowhere recovered up to this tune, and the shrieks of I j TT appririnjj lu the sili
lairs, wlifl nf'cn ewnpftthotijh; known to hepuilty hav lever heard negroes comphin of the dying are still heard from the ruins.Piorida L afTi Jivit in (this causc-filrd, that, Heubrn Scott, the Jaiusrv 2";, 1 ic' 3 t A ent-s. Talbba .ec. $20 Reward.
(for of while d fenla-it IT thi- rauip.res.ide bcjond the jurisdicliun -
want testimony. them showing the least sign Bagging from I Ihe residence of the snhscriber.!
hunger, or a\v ,
I cf this iV.urt, and cut ft| I the Slate of Florida :
A ri'Kolutiini vas adopted ye&terd authoriiingtln 'starvation. Ann among no peopltj in the Resolutions. It i t ViJertd, That the nid: Reuben Scott do appt-ar :, AND SALT, for sole t bvMcNACGHT Wet cf Quincy, on the 5th day of

covrnt r toctnplov; counsel to defend world can be found a greater pnpoition oil pti l >td, answer, or deuur to said C.I I .f f Complaint ROFH t ORMOND. January IS7! >, a neo: man uanied NATHAN.ased
? of
Jonqih Litild. & citizen f f \S aihinttm; county; less I Retail redly Ihe. Senate end II-w Rep- wiihifi tl.rcenionth'i.' if said Itt wit!t betaken pro Newpnrt.Jannsrv f,. )I'oO( S3Notice. about thirtyfivears, light coinj-lecred, rather be.
healthy liborers, and aged one, or a proportion low medit-m Iri.rht. and tick
reicnalire.i of/ the Xiale nf Florida in (S 'ncralj st. Any person ap-
) saM
Maryland, who i confined in J4ii in llmtinpdm ronfeno asair. .l littcndant. and that the caa-e
of infirm from accident or disease. piehendm aid rtcg-'o. nr:d ecurirg bias sa that Ioar.
lVn j A.crn1JCJflrr1Zd, Tint, as friends of the be set l lr heatinz during the next Term o} the
county, jlvun a. on charge ofiidnippin And I am \cry certaitn th t no hborini j; Union we view whim most serious alarm the GaJd T
It that fomcttme ince JESSE GREGORY.Qtincv. .
a{ pears class arc more corr.fortibly clothed. Do }o-jj I dried, That lhi 0ulirrtc published n some public in this place known a* B-iker's Tankard, has
of relation!
Northern brethren in rVbrmv .
to V'
course our 2. 1S. ) 4
l.iue! nrre tcd a tlave tu Hunting. hand and will jll!! kink of LEATHER! !
runaway think that c.iu get such a people to take ne'Aspaptrr pnnti-d iu ili State nee a wtekft-r three now on keep
*!nn county, and WCR carrying him back into ] you Nev- I th question slavery : acourse which, marked mouths. l-'cbruin f ISO'JTHOMAS tor sale ; and will have fine HOOTS; and SHUE-J! Wanted
Maryland, when lie was taken from him and up arms to fight against masters 1 j i by nnkindiieKfe, wrojig, instilL and injury, ha, DALTZCLL, JucJ e. mud to nrder. tie 1:34011: hind a superior irlicle of Trio Itirs Ly the sear fen able brdicd men, for I i'r
cr You might once in a while, pom"villancuj NF.IiRO SHOES. He w.mld here
get dnubed---jed! re

I. KHRGINON > Solicitor.A
unfortunate weakened L
to > t extent ,
already a >
lihrated. Several months since he again vis.jtfd whom nai 's wilt! toe4it[! Apj.Iy! I to
crusade but the citizens of Gjdjden and the
thanks lo
d- g to join your you true co;>\- ttrsit, turn hue tha
tho bonds which unite: them and us- subscriber st hi, plantation ta Jt-fllrsort County.Jz .
the county( on business when he was seiZ"d well to (he children of R. C. LESI.F.fl, Clerk adj.'ininc Coun'iv for their pi might juct as expect get is'iu. 3 GF.O.; JONES.
which, if persisted in, ii: the same spirit, can he will continue to manufacture Leather
and committed to jail on the char a of take rehniy 9, 1SCO. 5 3m l i them that -
k'tlmppin the negro. lie has since lain in New-Kngland to up arms to fight against only terni'tut"' in further alienation, and the Hoots, and Shoe*, at his old stand irs fJ4il-Jn In Hamilton Circuit Court.JHDLLF. .

their fathers' household, as to get the ne roe* inevitable dissolution of the Cnufrdei Middle Circuit of Florida. County, n. ar Quincy. He will he tad! at ail- timcto ; .
jiil.! ironed and his trial has been : acy. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
heaxtly put love well the cHove far Oak E rk
those f articles
to fight against they as as exchange any < ,
otT Resolved: That the recently acquired territory GADsnp; CQT.N1'V CIRCUIT COURT.
without reasonable IN .
cause. Hfinj; too though they were of their own flesh and blood, "" Hide*. cripj-Ied r-r, b.ys, or his own pap r. CHANCERY.Etlfcr
poor to employ counsel, the resolution itnpow- children do thair fathers I having been purchased by blood! and III {jCJGao.i Hi f avl Shoe rpakers", of steady habit:!", htjnrictipn unrf Hrli'f.
or as own mothers 0
the do for him !Indeed I your treasure of which her full proportion was conttibtitcd Ward can haeeinilc>
era governor to no ; t brothers and t-isters. ) Joseph B. Wutts, Admint trstor ol' ThoEJ3 7. Card' -.
should not vender il Vu excellency fchouUitii ( by time Smith she and her sons arc en.i- rs. > Dill (for Divorce.FUrard W. H. McSIILLAN.TalIahas ., di'ceased,
What then i in your object 1" lilt i phiKn- tied with! : F. V/arJ. ) fe.Ffbr-.iary 0. i>.ryO. 4 lyB
i&kq reen bag and appear for him himTJR equally, any other portion of the LTnion vs.
trophy towards the! negro, you are mistaking to cube This(7cnerul bavins hcf i uiaHc to appear! to the satisfaction of Thomas Jcrej, William 1'ailev! Henry H,
ferjHt evinced e>a the occasion thecnjoyment siiiie JT
your object. I boldly assert that no plan of the Ju-lffc fif liiisr<.urt, by aifidavit duly Gi".lamouj Sale on Monday, March 4. 18SO. Perry G. Wall, and Otherq.1T'TICE .
I1. $ interi!c, and several members declared Assembly, ihereibre. believing Con. : I th- in tbi8ca'ieTlhat I the aid KlvvTd 1 is
colonization or emancipation! that I have ev.crleardof ;tiapers Gadsden Sheriff's Sale. ,, hertby s-heifo all- persons interested,
thfir villingnr to va!' a ivy ctcry dollar in elT-cl th of grccs jHfcc.6fcCs under the Constitution no povv. F. Ward, ihedcferuhit, in I he above Bill!,reside* out i that I willattend, at tVe Court Jasper,
ran object placing nf of fieri ( i sted from the
Y virtue wnf ada-i. |
a >
iht treasury for such an object. rr to prtss such a measure, adopting similar ot this Disfrirt atd boond the limit of the State on th 2'3th day i>f February next fer .1:1: txaminationof
the of in better condition ollice of the Clerk of lh' Cifuit Court for the
great body negroes a langu.ige to that of the Legislature of ol Floiida, and in lb. Sate of Alabama : the matters r-srerrool! to rr.c b\ the order cf
Virginii of Madison, in the M. than they Jt if OrJrrtJ, That the laid defendant l loo County reference
are now are. finely utadcin the abote er.fitlt-d CTtu'e.W. .
Correspondence of the Cctirier.VASHISCTO. hereby declare it as their opinion, that, und"r wherein Mitlhtw J. .Mien, or the Ui<> ef l I\varil
I know it is a point of religious duly' with requiM-il to appear alaf>Iamt M.' IVKS: Special Mastsr.
\ \, Jan. 25. oil" from his no circumstances, will the people! ()this within three tnfliillnlr >n (his date, and in default {;e>n<.Ids, jo pljintiH anti Trancis Louis Xotr.pardiCr January So, 1 .'). 3 f>t
minyof to run mister every La Force dr Caslep. ilftfiu'anr I have
you i inont
Suttt be willing to recognize as binding, any Ihereol. the sjihuil be taken fro cont'rsioacair.M
Mr. CaHinun i ii not much better. On an.d will to sale, at
that comes within reach. levird n'rn, expose public cut-
negro your of ? the sjid ,jfnoLt, and the cause hall heMt C abine ]
enactment: Ihe federal (iovcrtiiiiant,, whtcii % t-Llaking1.
Thuisday might fcc ivas quite id ; but, still: it i Ik What is yourobject 1 Do jou beer:: his con- for liejrir.z at '! ? "fit Ttin of Ire Circuit I cry, before the Court Ho-ise door, j in Ibr} town has for its object the prohibition! of slavery in .* on the firM? Monday in M.errts,15O, within TJ'IE! sub4-rsher! bavins taken thoSn
ted that he udl 'J'hc Union f in Coint"f C.oI.o.I.n the third Monday I
ircoverer. union, cr (the condition of the family ). iirt, *jid or.
negro gel any leiritory south ob! the line: if the Ms S Ic-.-il hiourthe foll'i\vir iJi'>iCribpd pr [>ert to wit : I p and \Vare-Ri-om recently
ouri ofti.Is
; in May Prveiiitl That
> next
t,1 4 ninrow tcorng, u'iil contain Judge Hutpregnint craliy 1 You cannot expect to elTcrt enunci- : Lot No I Prar Sec o'T i, II it N ami"V ; Lot ) pied b_ Mr. Grrjil! snzerhoets.
: r's and unanswerable compromise, holding it to lie the natutal; and in. Onler btaado in some public newj-paper ptib- !i-i ManuUcturcal! ksnd
rry Fpcechen pation by this course except in a small, sa-t,1racSee3.T2.R7Na'.dVi.! ; Lot Xo 5, Prac rrepari-d ro ot Cabinet Fur
very !tihtd this week for the ot
!?tate once a period
the Hill! lo enforce the constitutional pro- way. You ailed to complain that otie of the dependent right of each citizen: of each: and I three month in I Tebrnarv 1 I 1S50 Sec 30, T2, U 7 S" and U'., containing bv estimation niture, ar.d ha-utuwon hand good" a--iortrr.enr\vhichi
State the Ciozederaev.! less. ivllbnlf! tot hr *h GEO. DAMON.Furniture .
ol to tcsidc SDO acres, more or
i ) for the recovery fugitive. Rlave?. The horrors slavery is the teparatiou of families.Do eveiy with THOMAS JJALTZCLL, Jtite.
his of whatever Levied upon as thi* property of said defendant, and repaired at the shortest notice armil I onr
U.I! ic.ojiar.ts the provisions Act of 1793, jou not cause such a scpiration, and ofirn properly, desctijition,in any territory A true cnpr- tfff. to be -J!' Satisfy saidurit of fi. la. n-'i>ifKi. f.-n?,, J".nnrv lr,. !'.'>-' 2 fim
and aiiJitioual Jiir the in acquired by the urm ol the United States R C. I.fcSTER. CJerk.February "
jivrk means purpoces a very painful one, every time you steal a ne. 3mGadsdcn SAMUEL E. LOVE, Sheriff.Q'lincy
llKsahtd That the abolition of tlarcr I A LARGF. assortment of fresh h GARDEN SEEDS
aid fugitive slaves.I i itt:
inthcapprehenston what do him in ? )
Circuit Court.
\on give return
the DiMrict id Columbia Middle Circuit of Florid /X just rrceivrd Prom the ceitbrated garden rAG
Idnnot I illcnntroverte involving, as it due
(iijipow that any one of freeman," without o' L R. Gairtlsou Long Inland. For
empty name Isaac Fcru ..n. Jr., ) Attachment. Oizibcth }'ort. on sale bv
y. exercise )
e fat shown by Julgc nt ter! in hit report gc! addition to his comfort or happi!) )? pre!- an power not granted toy iime ConMittititn ii-: : \/. 19 A'iUHIsit.fl"thri ilry rs. > Bill (Icr Partition cf Land. LEWIS t'AMES.Planters' .

and speech, that the laws Nrw-York, I'eunMh&nia Cut or prospective. fOf and desired as it is, as, a means of Jro; !t. ) iHnsvvorntoS rj!}? S'-IOO. Zachariah C. Fort. ) J.nuary .,, i'o: 2

arhue.tt8. &C., ccntravrne the course I cannot tell the object of yo-ir I atTecting the institution of,f slavery in the States, THE d'-fendai' ai4' M! persons ir.terested are I T appeal ins satift't'rty) to the Ci.nrt that Zb Notice.

Cotfctitution. No hue to deny I against which: it is aimed as a blow, should! be afclifi"f the institution ol the abv>vc ariah C. Fort, the defendant does not rf"ide i: .
one r.tctended actions ; but I can ttll you some of the ef rehibted on the of the South stated case bv altichnuut, and are ht-rj-by qiiireil this State, brit the .Sl.ite ot Georgia : // ii OrJere.l, ;\ NAUGHT! &. UR.MO.M) will exchange! Torf*

IU'' They are fkilful erinna of the Con- fects.One part by whatever (to appear an4di1etd' itiJ suit on ihe111 *.[i>.iday in i That the said; Zncluriah C. Foil, and all other persons _it.L bland Salt for Corn, bn hel tom bu- hel.rt. .

tiiiution! and the law of 1793. Who will of wbieh i is, to prevent a great deal ol r t means are be>t adapted to the protection ol May neat Q-iinc, or ju.lzraenlill b? taken bdefault. I niten-slal I.) I llie preini-ies of which partition is Nt-vs Janmiv 5, ISo<>. fi'2Notice.

doubt l the other fact-as iet forlh by Jnat ice the social, pleasant intercourse between the the Constitution, the defence of herself aud the Jnury &. ic'i. *->M h? l tV thi.* I'i'.l.d" appear and aiis\ver the sjdI. :

Tanry preset vation of the Union. I. FERGUSON, Jr, riainiT.! ( Itit! of tV.ciplainf, in this case filed, within thiceric.nt .
: and Ualdwin lhat tho
Story provision North and South, which would exist to "
Hctolccd Thai February 9.Sals t'Y) 5 he from I tbe ditthcreof.. "PI IE undersigned being: ar.xiors to close his
knowingp ) no -
alluded essential the party nanvs
to was to adoption mutual advantage of both parties, if the wealthy division The premie for partition cj which! the Bill i It Castile afl irs at Madison Court House! cfcr*

bf lae Conftituti in ? Who wi'l queetionJ get.tleinen of the South could carry their or political on question* involvin" in on Monday, IS/A l'ebrwr. filed, H known and .ieccrbed, l a-t the fi.Uowins; tracts tor ale hu ea'ire tock. consNtirs tf 1 a gertral as-
their and
.f Baldwin'* assertion tbst it \vis the corWruono eenar.ts with them to tpcnd their cummer in settlement cons>eijiienct's the character Sale of Tobacco Lands on the or [parceU' of la-d. King asol; b-in m the Cotinty if ai.rtrii-nt ct Go-ids usually kept in a country store,

of the Constitution ? Who will 1 more salubrious climate, without danger property and lives of those whom WP Apalachicola.ON LeonSttei'f Floridj to wit : E i N \\' 4. Sec 21 ; !logo( thee with the store !boose, lot, and fixture*.-

coah} luiier'c youi represent, we are ready, heart and soul, willi W 4 N \V j. Fee 22 ; W I S U i. Sec 3.J ; all in T Aiu pi-rsen %le..irouof rcfrri-'!; into a lucrztivraniliafc
:j.jdge: declaration that the outhrn the niren
of hating them cajoled away by song the 4t! diy 'f Febiuary. A. D. JS".Q. at time business
a united front to join Virginia the 1 I. t U N and \V. would rfc well to lo .k at! the stock, e*
wn, who gate their usKcnt to ti c Con'tutioa freedom and equality to all colors and.con- Caruiinas, Court Ilou-e Sj .Jfc in Quirvv. by an ouer in // it furthrr OrJ-rcit. flint a copy ff Ibis orJerbe i ir will be oiknd the nicst fuvoral-le tenrs.

"' would as fuon have cut right their ditinr.K in life. and the other Suuhcin; States, in tuking bitch Chancery, !of Ins I 1I"ii"r TIn'MUj: utzHl, Judzr of S ptibli.i once a week for thespa of two mn"rtt.!. A H. COLE.

fc&tids tTas have tinned the iiutrumen, had Html the wor&! cfiect ala!!. is the bitletp.ets f1.aSltJui fur tin' dfffiicc of our rights, arid the the iidiie! Ciicoil, made! i-> the case .-f C !'. P. S in snme ncwspaptr printed iu lime City of Tallaha-! MiJiwn C. II, J.jary 12. TSO.: 1 Sr.
'eervaton cf and tho SiMJry. r,. MK! Searc> and other, *, I ,iii ofler at Stale aforesaid. -
they known ttj'ttlLat clause P' (jUt tE tvs >e v hoin we see.
was to be can. and heart burnings which }our actions engender hold dear, as the hi h ji uisdomof all public .ile, t the hn.l)', viz : THOMAS BALTZCLL, Ja.Ts Valuable Plantation for Sale.
tnd T TYoa mernbeiscf this may Frac in T 1 S. K \Vcun'in ,
between the great national 1. "v-c i 9. 1 CO.'i75acrJ. I.'t t February, IsSO.
whether} U,7.r. or for s.ilp that Lroct t 'siuae! tf lard .
( Si'Uthern tract
wdi lo Mr. Uulcr through a Convention, cr 2. T3N.U 'OW, II.-50 S
notice that has taken family which i is fait driving one |.or. I ft. j A true ropv- Attest, > the
; b.lingios: to e-fale cf L. ll. Branch. de.
| otherwise) and deii 3. 26. TSS, UlOW, 3fX OSCAR MYF.r.S
e.FluM \ Cluk.r'iarv.1. .
IJRie > .
inking views ol the general que.iion (lion of them to the wall, where tU-y can retreat t.'I 44 SJ J, TJS, T. l.'JW: 20"Ji. 4 2r'U. cei i\l, l bin on Lake larronia abuut twelve miles

bowitig the South iu to be surrounded and no further-and where they will MJie!) '4 21. T2S..Ii2 iW, 10 tf'fl. NoW t'l T.thaha.reerinainng!! tCO acres more cr_

OTCT helmed Ly the p puar! majorities of the Hand and fight for their biith-iight ; 9t land heaulilul lies pfantatiora -

** iavehodirj! { Ssfate*. Tl.eie ztte no ]ezs equal share ofibe family domain, and the fair This medicine is tiU'ple Concentration of one oJ 7. 5, 4 CL:. T2 N, K 7 \\\ f,3;, US. T'Y virtue of a nf fi. fa. issued-oat r-f the TJia- level a-d in of is exceedingly

!>a i Lur tim-fclavehoiding Sutes ( \liunrcola) of inherited from their the bo't t Ketnediiil A t-nU known for Ntnnu, Irrita- I fc 2" a:;. T 2 N. R 7 W. tiV' ) TO i)1 trict Court of the United, States for the Nonh rnPis'rict ct-so-s. point fertility, most cf the r tTfccrearxabUt4 -

athask' enjoyment the property ticn, llcarlichp, &.c. t ipjirtvcj by the ablest di. AU4iatvad li U uKiG. &arCy and Jrs- Coe, r>rI. (jt Florida, on a jud mer.t for t he frr rli,.isreof
1et : Cal.fornia! Oregon) \\hich .vijl. afItile fatliej; ; aillough thus fighting tly may 4>do 'etIS'tliZI(4! ot the Hay. The ditinguisid| Surgeoni I. G Scare* eloite. zr.'r'gge in favor ot I'obcrt Habetxhaii, pLintitf, 0 sere cleared and a first v-at.{* ,

be ndni'Ued into the Cou.V-derary and die," they will not !lie Mibdued. Pause l 1't-jtijritn, Au&,i.-.ius lv. Gardciu-i ?,J. D of N. The irrwi "f alJ are, onr-fiflk of th. ptircb3< e rs. John ,J. :M.i\\veli feniant. I will oxprsp for Scir-.v.aiui llo.ois. alarms aid newly JinUht-d Inrr.rd Gin

;-Lu y liGthir.gof Ncw-JIfxiro and Jcmersi.l."iier ihi-n are:! rcflc-ct ; la the inquiry be of eve ivpbiriot Y.,1huvriit$: moncv in rsshjaMl floe f Tal- Uj i.i? a front rf abu tir-t! miles Lake 0
apIOrtionrnent of New Yo.k.Stj.t.: 1C, 164S.; instalirti-riti:, uiilt: interot at sir percentpa Iaha, MON'IJAY the 1th dj> cf ila.vb! nct. en -
: representative will :Noith toad South thai! the wicked J : securer tho finest
for ho
dare Messrs. Edward Prir.lev and en.-. >nbli? annna!!) inadvanre. Any na ment delajtdslu'i the following iia jned negro slave* re :. atfle, sr'cj
th. acw uion ul.nil thee Stairs to lie wcjcs: fLnaiiciuT ) cause the Union of these Dear Sirs :-The Vial jf Valerian which yr ; so bear imm>' ret at! n kin.I. Ir i# one ot the h V: thif t ard '

:niciTj. The South cannot maintain her be t-urJered. IJu forwardc.1 fo. la* 'f of the Cmut, in in dilution hbcrhonU io the Sutc, iT.d with
pre- Slate to assured that this kindly hie tn.lC3i.iitr> pcrlune-) payment niojon'.rr years; 'iersh. rsgrol about 3f years ; Ambrose, a- ciil r.f
'.i quality in the Sc-oate ; bjt, nn pquality \\k the day cfa critis in prosperity of lhiscr 'in- !y, iniJ I iJrrtr: : tcni! il :-st d. y in a cae cf Hysteria a rrale, it the riik cl' the ptiicha.-iT gio'ing aed'spoilt 23' bears ; Rjchel, aced abrrr t-l years ; in a < a mostxceknt! ?r hotl.Alto4iiherth .
"fihUfche can tn&tinthin.and and aflr.-vwrd in hi.jli Nt-rvous Evaltatioti! t"iOfa\3! imnti' ('. J(-* Co u4 not have Mr. JJutler try, forrbodcs c\il! ; and ii is to you my In both cas it had ll.a altribiilrd to h.ndf I whirls lie is jwint 1'urch.iyers to pay Alice, aged about 2 sears ; and U'liliani, a;eduporv ; the charaei of Ito foil, rer.tjvr it ore cf the tacit
aurned dcsirabl"!
for the .
& tl.c SouJi .1 more Nofiht-rn brethren, lhat} belongs the lash this dmuz, bat which in the usual lorni it is adii'iuixleicd fur title! deed 1 sear.l.eviei. in State.Terifis

Y"iiK wau-h.word than that of Equalindependence. of atciiing it. Ce.iso lo agitate me tubject i< rarely teen uucoii.bine.-l with nau,( a troriic EEICJ.: F. WHITNER, aq the property mort arei; by sad :-A rra onnble mdit will be giv.n, upon -

yIrtr ." abolition, which never can cflect until other unpleasai.t rtsultf. In il Ie opinion expressed Master in Chancery.JannsryI,1S5O. defendant, and to tseso1dtoioatifv said writ r.f fi.JXO. f, goculcuiit b-ing given. ConIitleswiilhemade! -

do not think this you by IVofcssor Phelps of Dartmoule College, I 2 2t T. MYKICK. MjiMhal, JOSEPH BRANCH.JA.MKS .
J. question it beyond the tho Stales themselves shall will it and II.
; n ) and I tnut ou will b-ir sate+mabeca Cvo. W. o
entirely concur; > carlyand gen- ( -Th < postponed until Mon- By D M.
] roica ikall! tgaib be beard from the fr11) thtc'4oe it infoNt* Y'mk, thst 'v xny hive 41 ,, Iheli'h :n Uot: February 1,1M!>. 4 v :'. t'ic.Aoriminitratvr.SI L. H. Br;nrh!;. '

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r-T--- - Madison Female Seminary, For New York. UAtTH >.\ i\iK\

STABILITY -SECt'IWTV PEHPE'l UIJ.Y. CLil 1bl.crtLcIlcl1t.: A miii by n.. nm ,,f f
MAPI0> COITIT HCV: E, FLORIDA, l.4Pg. h ,,,e'r.t
aa5 et tt vsue n1''. (. 'r>.wu,.. wtma
$900,000. In w. L. HAirrsoN, A. M rnir-ciPAL. p .t ar'pPtl*. ieven) Nii,1,15en"m'nL,5

Chancery. nulls INSTITUTION undei Ih.- ore cf Mr. Ii (7ivU: :, ,:. "

THE MUTUAL LITE INSURANCE CO. Western Circuit of the State of Florida. .1. lL\RTSOXa liv MM. I1AKT>ON, will flu) StOCtOf', &nd ne er t, : f; rue. r ,

Of MJW YORXO. 35 WALL ST., JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT FALLTKRM; ISJO.Clia do open fur the reception of pupils on, the second milE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between ost'Si.cane1. an,5 tSt Sm. WflhIrI.,1
: fk* 1I? i'f1jj Mond..y in January instant. Ji New Yoik and St. Marks and Newport, will the pomptee (ginti ep.j ,, it54 %
XTET: Accutnuhti-d Fund Nov M. If 19. ? *V Wester Complainant, ) IoE Us, ,,
From a knowledge ol Mr. and Mrs. I Hartvo'.j'siuperior commence running at the* opening ff the fill trade, t % pii i bi ,,i Pnrcb&
i.\ .- teJ iti flsflti4 and M-trtjrazi1!' DEPOT t Dill for Divorce.
-- >
u.n. -cnrely iuv PS. wella-Hrom the inest ampU- U XW.VJ; oi IUJr4L
ij'iniiticatien-as and continue I throughout (he entire year, viz : OLD Dr Jtcb
'ttr t in this cit v iuid P.rookltn l amilocks Nancy We"ter Dcfemlant.! ) ,., TewS l'4,
>tt tiiJLe : MtIii. bivk,1 I it
( and -' tt"factory( test i moii iai of I their, former succes-, JJrig WARCALLA, JosseUn, Master, S ise t)4 p11 mw's.,,
Ihe State and Citt of New-York' and UnitidStatrs IT appealing, upon alfidavit, to the satisfaction of the Trustees ri thi' Seminary embrace the opportunity 'C OCII.LA Trim," do. rr,. .nd b.. .IlI1.Iire lb. ,,- lit ii5t iS11pplJ.
(' ttrmuent. the Court lut! the dclernlint reside out of the .,,
of recommending it to the consideration ot parents LUCY, Hosmer, do. nftt. 102 f. .v,.
This fund i is rapidly incrrvingby a widrl} e\ten Western Crcuit.and out ottlserate( I : It is Ordered, r a.
who be fle-rom tAI.
and JI'
guaidiins may giving 1* SUWANNEE, Claik do. (new.)
&ciini: pr('*pnou. tiuinc1s. That the said defendant be required \ t appc4r; and wards and rufined educati'in.
their daughter or a thorough 'S WACISSA. Perry, do. (new.)
The Conpant dt-cUn-d a dividend of profits of fif- answer this bill of complaint on the hVt M'lfiday in .

it.two per <-et. on dll r M-tinj: policies <'n tho 3Utnf March, A I) one thonly gsare for liiin built trade in the, and mnt are s iblantial commanded? manner l byI

JiViuirv IMS. and in default thereof the "aid bill shall be taken
lie of Madison Court House of
ol village one careful and experienced Captains. Freight! and *-
All the ProfiU are divided amorg the Insured. '' pro ennfft-o ;" and that thin order be published in the mo-t delightful :and hfalthi town* in the Southern the lowest rate-*. Agents- pasjgcdt

The premiums i ie Datable incah annually.-M-mi-! s 4' .f .,4. l some public newspaper in this State (for the pace country, hma log a population of )lush moral and COE. ANDERSON CO.. 4

a-inii-llv, or iiiarterl} ii'cet being added on the of three month hrloie the day ordered for the aid intellectual culture equal to any in the United SNIf i 10 Heaver street, New York.

deh I .'d patrnents.Ihe hearing. In this Institution, the whole course ol instruction JOHN DENHAM,

casli'principle! adopted by thiii Company e- WM. H.GHOHGF.MITCHELL:S. HAWKINS, Judge, &.c. ( will be thorough ; and the pnpild will not be Newport.

CUres t-i tlupartie* tt.r wlio-e bciu-fil the in>uisiuesre Solicitor for Complainant. permitted to pats "ter any study without an intimate (owort, Amnsf 10, IS-IS. 4

i-i'ix'ti'd, the whole ot I lie adv* ritaur without I ) acquaintance with it. This will be especially the -

uubjectinj: them to the heaty drawback ol jcttimul case with the exceedingly important uSjfct of Tax Collector's Sale.BY .

ud premium notes. Staff of Fli.ii1a. ) I. Smuel C. -lhmv) Clerk Mathematics, in the different brant hrs of wl ich,

Person nmircct! in uriince on their own livrs Jackson ('oiintv. Jot t the Circuit Gout i in and for pupil, will be thoroughly (drilled and ipiired; to virtue of the authority vested in me by law, T

attdtl.e Iiic*"of others. \ rnarrud women ran in- GAY'S said County, do hereby certify i S that the above i i' a give the reasons for e.ich Sep in every calculation. have Set led npon. and will expose tot tile before

vuir tht* life .if her li'i. liiid. the betietit* of which true copy of the original urder paf. il in case of The clashes in Music, Draw-in, ;;, Painting, WaxWork the Com ilwjae door, in Madison, on lie! !tire

:ta''ciiietl b Ju lus the idu..i'.c useut itr1S or EXTRACT OF CANCIIALAiJUA( Klias Westers.. Nancy We.tfr. Given under my and Embroidery, will he under! the immediate Monday in June next, the following described btift,
hand, and piivate eul there seal or so mucli there a* will -stiefy the Tat: due
bi-ing no of ofiice
children.Cit'r care of Mrs. Harlsou ; and there H no inititutioii,
ssluiestr.'Ujjt A CALIFOHXI.V IM.1XT OF KAHCA this 21st? d.ivot Decenbcr., A. I 1). l< 0.SAMIIML thereon for the irai i's I 1'), to wit ;
and all othrr dependent upon North or South, where these branches arc taught
men i K: See T 1 R '' W and E I SImS W OLD DR.) J\COr TOWNSKXDTilt'
: i C. HP.LLAMV. ('kik L.lI'.r The N 4 11 ) >, ; i :
( iilly invited lo avail I hem-frit it! Ti '< iowilictvby 'J E1)3&.tI. VIU1tJE. [ e more thoroughly or scient i Iicahly. '
tin-ir urtiting families may be secured ; \TIIAN S. WATSON. I). C. The strictest attention will be paid to She moral SecO.TJ.R 7, N and E., belonging to George A. 'IKUINAI.: nif TRr.R UK (MIX.

from the *vils ot prnorv.P CP.RrAlN PRKVC.NTIVF.: AND CfRH FOIl Jrvnuar 3, i'u.: ::2 3n and general deportment of Site vomitf ladie-t ; while, Mclr.Mre.- d'fiinine Town'cnd Sarsaparilla.n4 .

ir phleN explanatory of the) principle of M tnil I\crr tniil"Fie, Ci'n.Mnnp'it, Ctiitgftt, Cold*, -- it lime same time, overt thin; of a sectarian influence JOHN II. PATTERSON: I>T. T'HTiwnd it n"\r 'iboul 70 \ '*r. id ,j ,.4

Lit' Insurance and "illustrating it< advantage". Jnjlutnejf, ./. ///wa. Hrt'iicfiiti, Srnifula, limit, In Jackson Circuit Court. -.vill be a< carefully avoided. Tt Collector for Madi.sou County.December wrn known :>, ihr It'TH'fN NBU tsrnrFnrf Itt.n( u2

with forms ff application, mat l>c obtairic at tltccflic Jl'iCHiniitUni, .Ytuiali'iu, /.Vi/.s.yir/ws, l.uinfiiigo, The scholastic year of ten mon'h is divided info 1. I Sty.. -17 fim .1 :.vr.v
f the Oinpant 23 Wall St., or of any oi its l'h, Pttwinif.uwliec, Jij>i-fii tIII lt|.n,*n4 nt rVtiri th. unini ?

rUtt, Hiftentctv, Jr<>i>.,.j. Urtr Cvmpluiitt Jatnes Yown, )ti ,ltiI, for DPorce.Vicey ; to commence on the second Monday in January, and > crthed In lb;; Knit fc,,,

ririrr. *. miHiim* Ctitnpl'tiii's'iinH!>.1jJfctiotiii, Cs. luIT 'liarner end before the second Monday in June. The second 1 Y virtue of the authority ve'ted in me by law, I t, vnlu* II hul renchxt the V.IM uS' m:HIT ti rihr! *
Cutarirov IHmrrftr t'tras in Geiurnl lltmcthu \ iiVfl. $ ) I lhr.. IIVTW*)* who hnii hrnloil ill *nrr II.,,M>. .4
< _i have !
J qg. B. Collin. Da* i id 1'. ( o11.ii. i I to commence on I th'- von.l Monday i in July, levied) upon, ant will expose torale, be- from iicAlh, uroeJnimeil H. *vurr %n.t wnmUrfn) Hn4
Wm J. Ihsl'tp AlfndWn F4ars, ,>;> f, tHistrnrtiont, t'lujri *, Indi rtlii'v. DCprartd app'Triii; to ; !ie jti.fart\ >n of the Court, bvatliddvit and end h.-fore time second Monday in IWrmber.PnprUran .- tore the Court I House donr, in lati4on) on the first ULLVG POWKR.Kniwin .

K. H. McCardv: Kelt,*. and Dtfi elite 'pjxlitc unit till ili trusts in thil ca e, S that Vi> *y \ (>vvn, t the de- ; ent 'r r.t t any S time, and will t only be chaiH MONDAY in JUNE next the following described *. many jwort -tga, lint) l>> bis tin niml ,,,
inConstipation t It ndant in tt.M ei'e, nsul.-* Fred S Winston Blunt originating until i I I the end < S he term. Pupil den w.> crtalailvantas or so thereof as will MtJstj the Taxes ciixrirnre. aa lOlatilt t. (
Josi-j4i I this Co-irt. and out ot I th* St-.fe: ?f I1l jtl. and due thereon Ihe njvunwn ro ww O. i.rn' .*'5 i, ,
)! '*, however, by filtering at the bt-qinrtin of fur S year IMV>, l to wit : ,
; ,
C. W Faber, Isaac (7. Pearson I of the Iloutls .t L nihed to hrsii; t mm utsv.rsi oltr. when ii
John P. Yeherton henry W IKWm in I he State of Georgia: /.' islered.. That thes.iid the trrm. TteS F. I an.l N E 4 ot Sc 10. E i N W \ of Sec I nrtntt would l te kii"w "i'l npo| .ci.t( il. Thi time

Then. -diwick Moote.Jona IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. Virey Yown do appear and pl-.iJ:: nnvcr.. c r demur Yo'intf la.1ie< pursuing the full course will receive 10, W i S F:4.sc3T: 3R'Naiiti E., be.ngirgl.i ) the mexn *re vnpplir.! ihi*
tothe said bill it' complaint u'tliin t'.iur months Jjlv.-ard OILIX!) .SXE) 1y.j7jj.'fJ ruspnr,
Ftacy H. Collins, Zrbedie Co1c, It gives S i..lie and vi iz"r I to I the :igest tive i orjc-ui. ot diplomas or certificates ol graduation. Itryan. mniiufurtiireit en th<- itr-Ml seat e,anj r rtlii! r.,,
the said bill will he taken "yreonfrsso" against Alsn the N }. Se.1 \ Sec .{?. F. JS E
John II. Swilt .H2t'r. anSI i ii reiaaikable for ih. .1ntuntlin J, i. Sec nil the liintt! ,.o4 Iri.'i.ltfl .I the Ind. ipraii s,
Stitngltitning, COURSE STFDY
Cm'ixk.S. time iiid defendant : Proridnt Tint t the publication OF jo. N J, See J i'. < W |. Sec -JI S W 4 S -e2", S Ei. tnC5tutt.e! O( ,wgrnet.ii ,.v .ieiiko.t.n.
John 1)avi0 A. and Ibsto afire
\Vad worth
< : : 2'rojnitirs. of this order be rnrda i-i some public newspaper The course of study! is divided into five cla so,. See -2*, N W i's< Si, Sc 21, \V }. S E i, 1'nlikeyonnff !*. I' Tfmnirn,''i. iripri.'e wms q ,,
M (Vinoll.floor. ). Isbr! Slmjler, Publicly admitted i iv I Hr wnsend, Manufacturer ; ,Terchnnrr*. but f.-r th lifl'tr:heoti.e it is i>rrmrminm .
M. Wilkin*, Je' (Th3nbr ol 'I'u end'fc Sar-iajiaiilb, ," to be printed in I this Stile o'tci a 'vev !v for "he period of The Studies of the Jurenile Drpnrtiiirnt, are Sec -Jl E i. N f: J, Sec 2V, T 'IR4Sand E., belong 1.fic nnrtplet l>r a fftn'ift "nan Thr hieb..i lu.Alm..31,*
1 iukei S three mont hi. GElUME; ) S. I HAWKING.I SucH''i. Ht'adiiur, Writing I nrid M rn'nineS ir. to Day Id S. Jone i Ch.90'eTV. ant'Ihie I.,1e.i st.rpsil,s <4 ih, ..irtittf tae

Jahn V. L Prut a.Trod. J-vepli II. firinnell man, "Far Better than Sarsaparilla." November IWh. 1 1iy. : Ju.lce, &c. /',/>/ 6/ *<-Read.nsr, Spelling.i Modern tleorgraphy. ; Al-.,. h.ts No I and 5 in frictional) Sec 2.'. N .J. Sec I uiiii. E4' rrqnIsI31 )* m.iniifsriii*> >fl ts,
Mote ,
XVhittWy, t IteatI2'If.&t't l n>"t. it w vtril > < -
JOHN MILTON, rammar. Writing, and Arithrndio.Sreuntl I 2'V \ S E 4.and i E S W 4 Sec *;JT ID i II 17 (
<'lurks] Ely. Wm. J. Bunker, f jIn cornihoiatimi, of( the above, read the an- $, L5fl. C'iflt.IflS ms pro.> i:,<" ,. ,
noed c.mnmtinicatI.i'ie. Solicitor for Complainant. dm*.-Aiilliruttic concluded. T'lernentary S and E., belonging to John Mill* r.JOHV which xrv inrt nr if cii-.<. :tnii i>:hpr'.. wszn if rvs..j
.f. htt C Cruder K: tci>c Dutilh,
M-uh-rn' Cleo with lime t nn; It fur me. pr.iiitee' anil an*, tubick
llotany, raphy, ue of thrriobo II. PATTERSON, p I* itjort
tV.ilor Joy, I FrancUS; I.ilhrop, ( ) Ti'Ntimony and Proof Poxitiu.KKOM ; ..n< to the 'y Slate rianJa ) I, C. ; Pai int; I'.Eri.i: I History of the United Tax Collector for Uladi-on County
Airrcd r rt. J. O. TlutotnT. of Sag tie ! 3l1P1t: H. COLLINS 1'rtfiJfnt. TMK UltUMTMinitC; : OiMrvXV. Count i. i of thf* rircwil Court in and] for t Stale. Watt* on I the Mind, llhrtorical Rca iin Ncmsemnier 24, ISl 59.! -16 fun if i1v ,\ir tint umrrted bv ii enni.J
Sir V u ar>* a'Miie I that as I Iheori inattir of the .- .tp-rwnr..l! n m. !
:- t Sin-Hill*. and tlcfinin i known only to lh'" IB p irsnth
4aid Crtnnty, 'ho! ln-reby c rify| that fluforegoinj i is ;,
.crrIarV.iu.txi' whirft Uv itfu!
V .r
r-'trtil $ nr
(irarfrttltrx ('twijtnuy, ni u-I t hav IIa(1m| % ate? "e pvcii. ) q Ii3.5I
Junior 'jwIts-Litira. of the ITea.ven. a true arid correct tranrsiI'' Irotn ih'* original order npojrraphy Hamilton County Tax Sale. ortAer heat ar* the v"V r*>rtil '.,da.4 r'st.,. .ta,
tion cali d 1 lo I tile! nunieious Mrihriiie! | ent( (I S totttr ** ii in ca' ol Jjtn* Xn Yown <, \\Voicestcr->tof\ M>t. whirh c i'e t" ii '. ". visSue.
.1 \ fi GAMBI.1. ;'t., T1Ii.'i'! pn i v. Vicey suein OY viitiio I of t the ve'teul l in Iav t
1 wxtelieil with) iniiehtnlcresl j po\ er me by
public patpiiiase. u\p lug in She Pot-l. Reading{ : Essay Writing i Any frrwn ra hoil ->r tirtr the ri.t itt th.v r*
daily )
said ,
< for divorce im Tof.. Given (
jatiitr 1. I'-'U.:; -2 t|lie introduction of the ('sstseF.alagl into ; under my hand l I \\J shall I I *-X;>m ihr c.5.ruiS l nint.T; in Ih. ,nxt n,,
_. and privsteal, lltere I i-Jig no seal ol office this Composition Wrilinp. from thine rlir ch.
S. -- -- ---- --- --- ----- -- I door in the town of Jj Hamilton Fltf nny : > t.a itniriui ih.% mtiiwt or nIi1
tbnc uiirr> witukolf; and jn: free to *:iy I that no Senior .S7r /iV5- -f Al conclu per, N-nnty. ,, .,, ,
series for to. 21st day ot D.'c.-mlicr, .\. 0- I!* 1I. >tionilry, >lid. >nd. cien wi iqi ir m >ln .i- ,4 inr ri>i .1 f\t
Medicine .1 tand *n dt'eivedlInuli! as ymir rxtrjctof SAMUEL C. IJELLAMY Ct-jk. Trinrtnrnctrv, Chiemitrv, Ln ic, Intellectual Philosophy | rida.on th- first .Monti i\ in June next, ( !1.i<>,) bfiuei .tP.flI.i.A! EXTR.-U.T wr STRtT." Bu inch u MIU,
that in valuable pUnt. I In t> own fmui'ihave! tmAL.j i I he :3d diy of (hat month, S the following ilerrib! trtirlr knmtn at the
iy Moral Philo Natural
I IL.itiuoptional
7 HOMEJOURK.9JLIL I Hi NVniANS. WATSON l> C. opht I'hilosophy, an
much thereof will be ojfiiri-ur 0WXSEND'SSAIWAPARILLA.
it -\ti 5, Ticacs< the i property or so as "
seen 4 v in t cure January S, IS.> >. r>i Hm ( ,) Daily WiilinijCorripobition I .
AI : >TI.T PISTFDV.t3111Y -< cani eof lronchiti! !Ii i xle! 'itriuliiitts which General Rctivtv of Studies. j pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the .
Thi t is 'o pvepred. thnt nli the m rt pru'rst.s ff ii ittfir
require the and I thaiou.. ptmliejtioti tie year l'tit!), lo wit : |
XIWSPAI IK.ES1T2D ;pi ompl .iip.trilit root .n* iIi rrtnnvrd. rirrh ep- r, .\Nr
bloiM, I deem your C'anebalnjftHt J'ui vrry 'in' tit- In Jackson County Circuit Court.IN The N W \ "f She S W J of See< 1. T 1. R l l.f, S antS "il ff rfrm-nutjoi. n ccmrifi! icrf rc-rtr4 this WIW.mpnrtirln (

: CV G. I'. Ml'KRlS A Ml) .V. I P. WILLIS.NKV j prriur to any and till thr .ssvurs/h,$ of the day, CIlANCEItV-F'LL'ERMNov. !1U'. Juvenile Department, perses.ot five mouth", $10 fJFir.t and purpurtiiig tobcloi.g ta UMIinin J. Mills. i>f ntrrfiril virw n wcurr-l tit n farm .,w.t nnr.itrar.'mi +)
Cla n (J5p( WILEY LEE. ; Mint th'i-i: it Tfnttrrrit mrjpaMiri'f lomr aii> f t ni
I s,
A VOLl'Mi: .f ;lhibiiUiAutly;:; ;: (.ii; igiiial i and and .U'iUi... t'ltin aU t am ictil J./iinintnl T. AIAK>TIALL.AN Martha i J Eliza Whitlj; "t* rv..J ... .. ''SccKnd Cla$', ., '' 15 XJunicr (> Tax .ia.'or anti Collector Hamilton Co. mint able anithtBihfurfrnp|*i 'crful ncrnt .in r-the. rz.i.rss is fhn rn; 't it .nail kw

p n'iar TAMILT JiVwupAfER: will IMS i *ied l n. Divorce. Studies, 2-1 M) November .'I, I'19. -1-8 '.m Cure of I iumiiiemiIc iliscae,.

00 f fcr f / Januwy TIM/ t ew nuhscribrr*can ..Ephraim.: ) Ob -.tiah \Vhiittinzton.I. ) Senior Siudit-4, S 2500 llrnr* th m-i..>n nh*. ne hit ritiitrti. Dil t if. 01* ovvrii y mI.

beiBfi'lii-d uh! 'lf worU from that date, by forwariin 3'ZOI KMINKNT L\WYE IX NOUTIIAMITOV, al''eaIim, : to the sal'sfartion Hamilton Tax Sale.BY il* fivor by flies,. wnmrn. .ind children. Wi nJ iiW
County ,, ,
I intr t h i is ca'-, EpbrianOi: >diribVltit nilrr m thr purr of
diH-itt Ihi oliire 1 thij *4
,; S t\v<> lo ; til fiuiihraliun. >I ISSACItf'KTTS. U-te cf In'lrumcnt, .1 IWDrawlnsand .
co.vsr.vmo.Y. i> TPP'.f. j / irr.n ('fly
tniirif-n, the del.- ) iiIe.. beyoruJ he jnrisdietii virtue of the vested in me by law, I m
1)uring; the t fuurar* TMK H*,MK JOURNAL Paiutin ," 10 IMJ I pjjuit.'rsri.'cv.. CR"H ; fn.HlrosTirr.vKxs.
tmuuM ith iinivt-r al lavor t the lait4t,1aII4laI.i NORTH AMrro.N, }Vli 7. 1SU. S >r. of this Court, .'lid n'lJcf I the Slate r.S| WatVork and each 1 bdll expire tor si'sbt1u're S Hie Court I lloire nit ccr I.VHHmimcAi, ril.r.Slil. .
JO 00
01 l the cominunilv and ho pioprirlutM III!! iat'oi4 fler .Sir-I lave Ions; wi, t-.l to si-e juumitflit Lhsat I I ) in the State ol ucoruia; It in Ordirfd, That the French Spanish Embroidrry, and Italian,, each,, 10 'X door, in S the town ol Ji'rt, r, I Hamilton Cour.tx Flu. ? .<>rTlirf an.tam...-,.. ..-. ,rn.,.e r-o,,i

ht'r iuui .tih inc'eawd &ie you an accuiate acc< ui.t ol the reiuaikabl I said Ephrairn OLi--liah U' ittm ton d- appear and title, on I the fir.t Mood-ty in March ne\t. t','iO, being IMPURITY OF THE L'LOOIXIt
( s:3r e n' tu will be ireived that .'5 'n
ctt ; gLV It $ mist term the
of dau )liter 'l| vinlent! p per e ir a niarv.tiartTivr\ mnl! nt r vijftH
cure only po. i..ttp'n *
a cane et|
my demur Jothe .onidhill I the -1th 5 f I tut month s Ihe following i2e crine t
of day <
plead, answer, 'r ( ,
i iii1 and sho torlhcomin complaint ,
value, r'it t a'trartivoiu- I ; She i hi.rhe price I that can !>e clurrtl Stir tuition in S Ihe 14v:" ". fr..u, h .i'p h I Vr..wi i.c. :
iilii. three
will render it miu-ri> in In cii> now ali: ct jcrrs ol age. In within four montr!> tie aid bill will l leet taken Scientific liianche property. or o much thereof a< will be sufficient to tn. i4.teninitun .1 .t.t t.. the I..I -' ', ..'. '. .
year, a< | evciy rwptvl Literary and ?, includir'.ir the Ancient
all the volumes hat h. v Irccl.1 I it Itt&idi-d I tht* Fei nary lau, putriii so rn HJKIII 1 iiu: !lip', lace, and jtiv fonjrno" sirainst li,4 said] dolVndant : Pruridrd. pay the St.ite and! County Taxes due thereon fur She cold feet an J hinrtv r.'iil rh II* ml t> t r<>nirt > j jila:.4l! tud: <- heir appearance, and i with Lanpujii'M. wit bit* not it rijuni m < ill,* :.. ..' (\.nfu : ..r.5 IT.I i. i>- aapQCtorii..n -i
That the i"thi IM'.t. to
pubij"at iOn .rclt-r be made in ear :
ih.- itliloi the Kiircistii idDoinentic .
original produrtioas ol *, The ln'il> ti ni will; he supplied tvith Chemical iIn.i ifni!* | rolun.j 'trie:*tv mtInnm.
Iri littul rapitiitx : one ot her eyrs ah'! o bcrnne. *objdiy Lot No. Inclional Sec Lot No. G fractional
I 3. 24.
in hi. ,
Corrt'spandencc( iif l a Iartc hit tof coisii-ihu- tome public newspaper pr.fetrd once a I and Philosophicalparatu i and u well a..orttdCt.i'u'it'.st. lrfi.nt and rrrr; olhi-r |t'rm
the of '''ie K and Aninca .M uIcratid. t hat t to all 1 appearance i it I eould! never week fur the period of S thre4rn .i.tii.-s! *see 25, N a-id I E.T: 1 R 12, purporting) ti, belong to lint in nuih'ni; M u' f\r-linr ,orr manirll; < *fnt "inkiOHltfJ
tore cyA'f n Historical! d Mi.-ct-llaneon-i
pan ijaxine I ai Library. .,
354111 be retiti cii. Th's'T'-ntiiined' i for ix weeks. GEORGE S. hI.t'KtNude I Felix .tnn. eit Umn m all kmiN ntnl election lioui the ns'-t t iut 'i tin puli ication ;' &c. N. I.! YuC.l Music ta'ight to all the pupiU n it5-! Living rOMPLMNTS.Il .
S the child bein i most Iiorrifolr !1i(, .u.d I tl..- !iraitof Novenili-r I''lh 1S4'J. WILEY LEE,
< of the day will frc jne'illv I be pvtn. Such U-a- out rharee.Onehalf. works wr.d.r. in i>t >'ur.-f.'i, nr ,rt(.. fn, af if
her parents almoi' !br turfs a* have boca found to lit attractive vtill lie retained teams of tuition are rorxulen-d due in tin H'amt. tltttrur'id. inf>i.rm<4 .f Pantf .1! ..'. 1- ifmrHy
period \\p -dSAKSAPAItLLA: IX LARGE Sulieitni (fur Ccmpl jinanf. Nnrember 21. l-t' 4H "in of the ni'nmtru'il |>rri. ilt. iul t t'le Hke. ani tt at flrxtuJin
and new )flc4 ad U-d Tne llt-llcH
Time by N. 1'. XViiti.. ; rrif No*>UI'i- \ from abroad cn o!>r.iin lixtril i-iliicr in fly rrmovinc oMtrtiniimi. inil the lea-t. \ ntie the dinea wss Mtill at its Iiht.I Groceries &c.
uant Si 01 ir* ;" the ejurnima; wit and amtuinj avwc. I happened one day to call at the tore of Stale of Florida, ) I, Safjjel C. IlIlarnv, Cl-rk She family of She Principal, or in private families in lem. it nil c\\r firms* lone uri"s'I't cnit f.rtn'li(, to ih* whm, b.'dy aii4 ikoenrvi

ioe, iw and gu >ip of the Parisian papeix ; Per aent in this pIsetaiid relating your sergetttl'niilv the J.H-kson C
,o3al &ktchc* ot t Public cliji.icleu; tho slirriv said County, tlo In ry! certify that the *heve is a K. W. PARRAMORE. rruiJrot.V sI :JO! barrels Magnolia Flmir! &nd tho !i"ti
iiiantK t in which our child was alHu-lcd, he ach isedie rlreveI1 nr ruIurs A prr scene* of the city \vc live in ; a clironir'.v ut the true and cnrrnt tr-n cript ofj he original order pn.ieil / A. P.R'NSONIII. 20 St. Lot's is a 4 Sftitat trriliamit. .V n>' /ii.. St. fttm' I*****, 3 1* *(
tu nukea I ol Canrhaiagua. I to-ik bat ,
nes for ldies : the fahions and failtitrnaUio tip ,... your in ca-e M-olha Eli::.'. WhrJiwclori vj. F-'Taim: OL>e. tU boxes Cheese, t.pu'fttc fit*. < *.rmt,uint. u.r.; b .tl'e t h.iving no .nfiilcrice in :1. li'iJ. OTOinrj- I. lUNTII;, It Cli-tn,"* th* Wmxl Mrllo, th. lir.rt* limltht .esi. *
; 111' (act* aud outlincKol t> \\ : t the pick ot Kngliiih < < ,' : iing it *cc<,rdin t.> fur dir cti-m*. loppin- diati Whittlu..t. -: S. It. TlI'\IAS, trustees. 2 ca. .' Su..r-ruured hlatn., the tomnrh. und -iTr. .-w.i) J:f.':ion t\\rrr\\ thr b..*rilurj'or 01
inl'iruntion an*' ulliancv: ; ( lie wit, humor, Given nnrti-r my haod ind ((4ivate >.al, .hert I'ejsi li, keg. > tt* hpn Butter, unit cn',5tin. Ittj* inf1iin: ili B. punfi. ih. 11.rf .
all at her inMlicinf.i at once, and in just five \ >. the J
auJ pathoH / tue tiuie* ; ccv.i on Iiff, li''< ratial>sr. the rirriil.itiim nt'IS* btiMHl prmlnrtnf g-nll' otruiiit
swelling vi ibldicnavt). the ulcer !,egan lo heal January .*5, J ?.'>o.rvaclison. r>i qn.illjr nil ovrr lae Umv. nmi ir>. (>.r%|"f t ii. *
and trjti and tltu: ud ctrttulctioutinc 1LJ. 10 IttfCtlfied
; tu> u : % vricU ot
-y and ih%se improved :a idly fut thrt-i- week, Miid ourvet.w Infr* nil 'Irirtnrri ;inn n;nin.,'. rmnifr wit l! )-$ rIiP1J..i' i.d
4rn tiie wildcrieiit "I Kimlivh p ii>idicaliitcraiure ; SAM1T.L f'. IfLI..lV, n-rk, [ ir CIT..] I') s'rks Green H.ivana Coffee, lavienntlr the entire nen.>n s-. i.-n. I I. not thai th..
great j'\v ww >ii3i'iiily tir.d-l!< *s than I two
ciitiria, poetiy wiLl still cst.tinue to bottleii havu.ijbeen dj ti-ed. Naniins lhixCM fl i Iy? NATHAN <. WATSON, I D.) C. Male Academy.l L'taf and l Crirhfd Su. arn, The medicine you pro-emiacnllT need ?
; < some
..nrici th'-itc culutunn..It : January .' l .fti. Ji I Sin 2 hru!.'. Rn wn do.Driid But thrP th bv I*. Tm. 4't 4rrmr
I of uir inercdulouifrimd*, they 5"<-m d to think thai l i;iin i 4\prr4r.a; of S l'ii I lu-'itTi'-ari I? uiil L It r.uarre can any in nf* eu nf S. > oi
cf ihf tunning, icitl le \V"ine &c. & art-! '! Thi< y"inI' tn'Inniii* i. m-i nbo
n: SnOre eopif firtt i .1. mi She SKO.VI) MO.NiJAV OI- JANt'AltYNI1XT Apnlts, .C.
the cure n ait lute been effected btlu te of limeARSAI'AIJLLA
printed than thr dtmanil asolttlly rfquirr*, and In Leon Circuit Court. ii'idtT i lh h .; siitierinti-iflenrc iJi-rtion!i All of which will be soul at lh<* $h.'e ? price* bvGEO. COMPARED WITH THE! OLD DR'S.1.i.ri'u .
| $ and it wa si.t (' V, under the > 'U cn 4.}; \ MKr, thn uOf u
at new titltsrriben? grntraHi Jtsire tolrgtn toilht of Mr. II.flAULDKX.; latf r.l'i.te of I hunbiaC I: II. cFcrwIcK.ioyernTtr UH sm'.l.vvI''N. : nJ
i ci'c'.mslanr, to nsrue a;winsl( thai opit.inn; : UUT IN CHANCERY.: >
? il in afrimiblr ta eiibtcribe withoui 17 1SIO. -15
lffinnin ,
ie .' From a knoivlrd ni Mr. fiaiihU-n r'1vEflSPOILS.; .
N )\V ron THE PRO' >11' When the child ealut.|
delay, to avaMtiny disappointment in t&eeariy andprompt a.;pear- Caleb II. Wood, Cpplainant, TiMcbir li'rivc l from and trial wmil! i1p itlier Di 'Fi ,.,,.-,
ed to be perfeitly cured, t .i itiii'4 her city is a evptriencc .
we slopped .
urextract .
tin j b..tlea rnni.'tn'n it IflOl(,ns ,, .' 'e .*.ur. .rtt! ..ip.diig.
rctdpt of jtujtrr. e. r ;t'I t cl iin Just Received, nnil ii 'ihtf gu.wts : Mact ..s tin* h s't i,,, IwuoimnJ
Tersiss-Tn . is iah1ih..4 DitiJ P. llosjuAdrn'r.. uf4". C. Hall & and
; evorc cll (Iniiij the inot and atistact tea. tlir < 'iJuDt a5 'we. i
ample Swp..u.n..tu tn
r ?
ai \> a* > psi
I ;lie ruiiiiini the and
diy< sune criiiiioi: >, at LEWIS &. AMES' IKuStore, fresh
[ a supply
Saturday, at N"o l"7' Ful'mi .tt\ > c' N-, Yiik.: a't I eye Cluilrs Map etc. rt >i| Defend, ints.IT liuioniaU til (tn nt'r smceNthe' Trmtec ol this AT sICrnt already ii"'ni' .|'ej.siz| i >nl
relui.i.'e waited
we11iiiK to live daxito ami Vdliuble
of dollar' New .lcdtciites-auiung which acid T !><> we nnt nil know thut n h-n f'..) unr> i> a r >sr.
tae very low prire two t >ear, or thretcopie appeariij: l bj afli-1-vit rile in thi-seau-sc that uuhc-sita'iir! j l recmainmd il S to S thr
Academy runiiirrutini -
*c if it v\oul tiui< i& iuts. I It in- ; are the iollminz : aths. what misrhicfr ir ,nliirr firiir! hetrrborn p l iUtion -
< for live d.lhir.s.! jiivalile invai u'lly i'i avanco. vad rtpidlv a< betcre. Wv cuuiir.eucciivin ) the tjiid d feti'l-int, i iujlit4''Iape*. reii'lci out st l < of parent and uirdi-iu who! mv b of the benrt. liver r :ni>lit rt. ilnrrhiri. stywesterv f" *
asjin -
All let!>itt < ,and commutca1ion ,(uo%t I hem %our medicine, urn! in !.Teda\tlie '. .tneprr't.d I Ihe Stale t of l'i.niti... but in |(14! I'niti .1 I St.itei // is < it( I'l.icitii tli under their charge in a iitualiun DR.SPENCER-.S: VEGETABLE PILUS AND RESTORATIVF. t and corrupt on of ihr (l.lcnv.1tiiii rrufa;* bin 0 *rhoinor <
h nil thr wkifihrinc
it Fri tts in Inc <>JyVh s j-r"di'-<
paid,) to be a1.1r'ed in Oidntd That t the said riiaii: anil oiii-rin j inducements ol healthtulneyH tuc.aS ,
Mapesdo ot
time! Ujn-cur .
<>t PS ) bej n to crow better, I on Ciuplion. I tbo 5km, fatal liiuid. Suit Rhcam. ETipelu
MOP.KISND \V1LLIS, NewYoik.Miccosukic and in abort two week* well azain. ft urn that pitad or answer the bill of c luplaint tilrd in this S inn and liicli t'tnr: 1 and intellectual LImit'.ire I infiri'To Designed for, and will cure Dy 'peptia, Livi-r Complaint I *. White fr Hlms Fire and att se.Cnous UIrrnnl -
within( four .,nil. Hie date the Student Pile?, Si-rofula( Jaundice-and all kindred anti ? It iw nutlncj unrier hwttrn. bat f> '
ratiic I in the
day to t linn, the child bus been prrfi-cttv I well.Mv in. s tr ; wfcirft and nt A*
snbulnnce. '.iir' tha .i at\\ thr iuSa
disease- nltint frota disordered stomach ig *
Academy.PrincipalWI "
father, IMJIC llod cs, of North Ad.uus, Mas, ;publication of 5 this ci tier, or lie said bill I I will I l.e taken is prepared at (HIM Aca-crny lo enter any College in I ; a or iui- body, more nr Iri. What raiitri KheumatiMii hut a mart*

LLI A M TI lOs. I HuLDliUNT.I ) a IMIV ICI to M'e u< with the intention orrescritint'isr lor cottfetd l against hut; J'roridcd, That a t he (United Stales.Thr put e stat: of bliioil.DR. acut rluid. wtiirh lo ii't if Iwtnren thejnmimJ l*
ititttnt-- he ferrule tvhrii of this order be in utricte't attention will hs to the moral HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. where, muting, ami Inilam.o; the itrlicatr iu., ay* stil
.f supplied by a occaiiion her. but *t we were uninj tne licine l- copy pu.bli-.hcil some rieuiipaierpuili | paid I
jour aria? in nt'r.ervoii' dsoes. of ,( tb blw4arrtifrd 0
The safest, io'-I t etfecl'ial, aini plea-ant preparation impurity t *
demand it. hd in Tjllahajjre fur" the c-f four of the students the Tru and ; ,
may with urcej, and the child improving I apidly.he rce| deportment by < %U'OHM in r1tcutun.: tat r.tly all ib* .IiLiia w ai i aSLOborn.
( the eradication
S before the public, fur ,
months. he Tmcher. The Academy i is bx-ared within the .in nature.ow .
it but his
r I1.inrxrrci ofthi* institution were re unjcd onJL did smut ronderun led own piekciiptionto (
THOMAS H'tTXfcL'L T fnwediate vicinity of( (lie vill.i of Madison Court Children or Adults.HULL'S is it uut Lurribie u> m ka aoJ tell, and >jv* 'l 'a giv*
thefir l day of Jauuvy instant, and it is m>\\ in be uicd in eao. vour Kxtrjct tailed. UV had no ,e.lmtt e COUGH LOZENGES% I keu'oes

acce. *(ul wration. The location of thi< AcaJemy occasion for it. and I am cure he will now rccom- ; d Nnvenhs'r lS1s. lioui", in or near which good boarding mniv be ob- Will urnptionand CURT all case ofColds. SUthi.NU, FEKA1ENTIX;. ACID I OMPu' 'j)'
mead medicine in kitnilar canf A true copv from the r.rj..jal. 1 ained mi tno& renonalile S term*. The scholastic PREVT.ST OF S. P. TOWMSKNli.nd
in the tniJsl (ii.a populous highly! iutpliigetit your Asthma,Spilling .5| fJiootl, P..inin S lheSi !e. I .
moral cotntuunity, remote fro .i 1 he usiual ir4centivei Vcur obe iient servant, OSCAR .*. MYERS Clerk. .war will be divided into two eiiions of five months t.l r \t"ujl tx.,> h>- e u un.lrr -.....! tat i1 t, 'n

to ice and dj..i;>ation, \\ ill ornm.'H(1 iuclfto thfvorable ) JI'JHACi: J. 1IODGP.S.J'KOM November 2-1, 1S49. .|m 4mAttachment. ench. Tho first SM'tioii to conum-no-i fiu I the ecund Shortness. of Breath, and all other Pnlrtiuisary tVnplaiuta. : of)nWu.i.t big lulrrior* ( |ca.u> .rrknrftlioii| *. *'rfasI i ; irasp.zrda. is ,a

in anu cnu ii<*inre I me ecoiil ..Mcndjy -
notice' the public. The buildinp ii .Monuaj January -.10- lln.tvm liirhiit Ihii >> 'h..ui.l H.ii; j in .n articUi vkieh ..rihenr
in June. The second to commence on the second the m.'t rii'fi.l ,
neat ana commodious me juay g" uii t is suapie R. n. WIXILCUV, JUI1UII, 'ALLsT.X. V. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, rmlH.tnmo I. S. f. Tnwmrnd'* jrtuttf
in arid end Fiid. and o Inch xli'iiilil Irinz A .
Monday July, on v before S lie S wu ufn the Old l"r. uch io> n.UjItiailof
and well adapted( to the purpose recreation. Instruction New 1-t 1S4S. In Jiutifr'i Coin fur id Uutitft vj Leon County.Fr iccond! Monday in December, thru allowing a short Well known as a Safe, Certain, anti F.llectnal Cure C.lIiIain.| 'ui.t ernIn.t.u( ,. fiuiocrnu )he hj's A
is gken in (tie classics, mat hematic*, and i Chills arid Fever. Intermittent arid piirrlm-n who have uwd 5 l'.T, *
Fe and >.Ao
To Fiederifk A- Gay: !-: |. .uMv : iicin H. Flat;, Aireni and Tr s- vacat.on at th end of each sc-jsion. Students will ? er L'llL'tI'f>.
all th) bran"hc4 of an Ii>jlih nitration. Hoard IVai Sir I comply with tee for his wife. E. Amount of debt and allother Fevers. J'riet reduced t>> Seven1 y-Jive S
obtained from i\ to dot KM month. rhwrlully jonrrequr sIary Fs-Y! 1 hi. re.iulirtd[ to pay half the tuition (fur a session in Wevi h it rndervp.uS. fH -au'. 1: 1 'he ai.n/ij ia.i
rwy be ten per i in rkii'i\vl, (11sg, v\itii other*), t the benefit rj. S23 00.Prut advance, and the balance at the T.d of the se>s.ion.KATfS Cent per Jinx. S. r. Towni.nJ' article aud l>iJ tn. J.icub T n *!> The fchoja tie jear isditi.led into two cessions nff. wlueb have del. 'r'! fr'in t e wie UI f vn'Jr I Kvliiict t S rlion Insurance Company t-f j The aboic Medicines, fre'h and genuine, are for srt trim-iciar apart ami iHitely ili-o iaL

8 nonih each. There will b.* a vacation of two j Cams1mt.gmia; ," er C.ililuruia Plain. lUelleclMip- New Jer-ev. I Ir"I1HE OF TiriTIO.V. sale by LEWIS & A'miE.S, they in common.are unlike in emery pirtrula;, h.iT.niinoi.ina .icekI

month* during the' summer. The tuitiun lu* are as I i dtfeixJant and Orthography, Reading, and Penmaniihip, per Tallaha'see, Fa. .
on tny uisIeW5_ are evident and >ratiljiiit'. and i.ave nil others' Interested tre hcre1 As i P. Tt.wn..nJ j is no and nstrr nat. 15ChC11i1.L
follows, to wit : induced me to eCi'Jiiiit-iid its iicc to my Iriendy ; amiI by notified of (the eointueiifement, nf this suit d'>kMon, 3 OUAriihmHic For certificates of recommendation, and i-thcr information no pharnMCeulist-nuows n., mxre >." nirit.cmr; at *
/Vf Cbiss.-IeiIir.g, Writing and Orthography Geography, Kncli h Cramniar, concerning the above Medicines. future lie than nny other coniiimn. Urie.,' fk. un'iit.wi! L
I am pleaded In a
) $e ooStcand 1 b'endisappninU-d in its etlicary.! ] dn ntiiiiin Uwt all they tSie v iirli'. r.c0t5"f i itS

I'lant.-Arithmetic. Grammar, in ray confj..ence in it remarkable medicinal quali- D_ I S'), lL1i to appeir aod j I to Ihe same. Algebra, (Jeor.icrry, Plain! a.ttS1dterica's Trionurnetry *;- I tamed of the Atcents.I atticS,' uvnl m preparing it unit e Inrh jrr ier.t.tUr .e e- *

Modern Oojraphy, Reading, Writing tii-i, and tu state S that I believe it will be lo'iinl to bean Giter. under mv hand amid .l\liis\ the Illt day of Mciiburalion ot SurUce. do of I March It.! IS. 33 which) 'Iih.might render thrm the AiK.\Td of

and Spellingdaily,) 9 O'J J>olid, Survevinc;, J\a> igalion, Louie :Action
excellent remedy in most cases ol dUc cfot the December, 1 il 19. Hat Wi4i el'e h.-rit4 he es wtut whit ki.. '
Junior Stndin.Botany, Natural Phttosophv liver and kidnevs, in pnlmoiury all''ctioiK:. and also EDWARH M. W 5T, [HEAL.] *. Ditlercntial! and! 1 Integral Calculas, Drugs, Medicines, &c. j jt In; Ciutiptr.illvrl) if inviimnr ia .i.jwn.r ti'n '"nr II r.qiiir.' I I Iof

PcrpiMKtn the poets. History, in the purification of the blood, k.r. That your Juitiec ff the 1'eace. Natural and! Moral Philoiopv, Astronomy, __i _if i mine ei|>rri nce bi took and vr\e np even t teunuti'i *> Sit
Moral and Intellectual Philosophy Mineralogy! Geology, EDWARD I -iienl. How much more iiujxrftint i. it thai ibs i>era n. wn*U
Logic, merit in the introduction of this invaluable plant January 3, IS5O. O'i 3m Chemistry, Botany. 'JAILNARD, JR., luetura meiiicine. ti U 00Senior'siwlie be it the sincere wish of niiftoric, Logic, Elements t>f CriticiMn, .
mat" appreciated, received, by the late arrival, a STOMACHS AND ENKKF-BtKU SYSTEM',
*.-Geometry, Trigonometry, Yours sincerely, K. H. WINSLOW. Attachment.In Theolo-'j KvidcMirrs: of Chriati -. HAS h R'.Miriou to hi* tock of JF.N- should ,now well the nirjc l properties "f |!loi'. th n"1ixoner
L_ AlRfibra, Latin and Greek languages, 20 00 JrJ-( Pamphlet* containing a description, of California anilv.i I a ml I'oiiIical i t I He one my 1 ft 00"3 TINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES.: uf c'ifing an>! cout.cnirntintf thr r IxMlinf *irtvr4
Occasional% rscrcUesin Mnemonic* will be afforded Jnitirc's Court, Src ,nd Disti'vt, Leon County.ChailesT. The Ancient Languages, 20 (tOIL .11 of also an extensive kao-vltilje of ir.e Vnfk,00.IIsSSVI wbKh altO
Diclamation and together with intci est ing infos mat ion in relation ti i which! arc of good quality, Ivirftir Cai1/. the human paiii. knit ti'iw u> .J-ipl r-iurdir* In tho.. .L&w'""*rIt
to the more advanced pupils Darby, ) VT. PARRAMORE PrcstcTcnt.W. ,, -
lathe CANCHAi.ACUA.ilsiernaikubli-eftic cv 'ixtad a inon! orJmcnt d the lullovt i. I nrftwt luwia upw the u.ut.t.r.v>p "M '
compaction will receitappropriate care. and cureare GIVEN AWAY the KNCIKS." Ca. Of). A. HRIXSOX.II. "*< rnntfd viz wouniloit bpoianity. to kiii.lie hfft m the il tessn| ; no4>m.l
<;E';. K. DKXMS, Sec'ry- Thaddetis I D. Van Horn. ) log, w .Z5are genuine, : restore healUl and bto.piii.! unit v.oir utn the riwtse.I and Br
Sold by LEWIS & AMES, BUNTING, Tni. llouck's lfaycea, Rowan.Ps. Improved! Tonic Mixture ken. and in b.inuh infirmttv that OLD liU.J \CIITm3LII
January 12, 1S1.) 1-If Agentu, T|H>riuait) and roeaat b> bnMku
I I nut i fiel of S the I commencement of I this suit S
Fancy and Staple Goods. October C, IS13. 30 fim by aftarhment, returnable to a Justice's Court to beheld D. II. MAYS, J Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic I Camphor, Grand t'uiversa Concentrated
December 22 IS 1'J. r 0MRS. Worm Cousli) and Dinner
> Lozensres
npHE particular attention of the trading puhlic is at T. Ilah: Hsee on the I ISth day ef Fi'binary, A. Ilonpland'sCelebrated Jleiueily

X iimted to my new Slock of f Fall and Winter P. P. LEWIS, I). 150, and to appear and plead to the same. Ft-verand Airue Rornedy, Lurenra Cordial, within tims reaeb.anil In the knnwtcii.* of all who n.ed
Thompson's Eye Wali-r Mi'Munns Elixir U. Ul IV lenrii nn.r k.anw, by ..vful it
DEMILLY of Opium, y J eiwrirnce.| %
C..1., which are being fcold on terms as low as can Given under my hand and cal, (this 13th( day ol IruiiACeiident
n ] D.JcJ2 lu\ver Ilcal
; Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, tu
bi f"Jnd it any store in lists city or tls*wh >r*. The December, ltll.

oCC einbract-s tery variety of FANCY GOODS, HAVING determined to clunsc Isis location from EDWARD M. WEST, (sr&t.] 'i'ier's ditto, iordon's Billion and Anti-Dtprptic Sold wholesale! and retail l by
Pills Korkwilir
jcb ai I tie, Ga.; to Tnllaiiassee, l-'la., would Justice of the Peace. Anti-Dypi-ptic Pills, Peters'andSpencer's THOMPSON. SKILLMAX & CO..

Plain and figured Sius, Cambiic, Linen*, retpertlully lender hi* professional services to S the December 15, IS I'J. -10 3m Pills, and is Agent Stir S. P. Towiiend'scelebrated 10'J Nassau street New Voik.

Satins, riant and figured.SA'iss Laces, Edjins*. cili/.eni of I ISIS and the surioundinK country. I He Saraparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per *

and other Mu.lin P.Jrege, Gimp, will visit i 1 Montiecllo Mndioon! and Thoma-sville, T) ESPECTFULLY TENDERS her thank to her bot tie. Alo, inperinr Li-rnon Syrup, prepared from And by 1 LEU'IS & AMES.

C* lvnercs, I 1)! Laints, Ribbon, Glov**, kc., (;a., where he will be prepared to practice his pro- Notice. J.X friends and the public generally for the liberal pure Citric or Lem,n Anti fir preferable for the Agents, Tallahassf

Alpacas, La\tns, lenori in all it* varioinbranche*. hoping hum many SIX ,months after dale, the undersigned will apply patronage she has received formerly, and for a continuance sick or ordinary u.>e than that usually sold, London April 3t. l4)>; IT.-1 v _

with a splendid assortment of other fanry Goods years experience in the science to be able to give entire the I linn. Jnd, oot Prob.ite l for Leon County of the same, she cancontiilently say that lor Porter, &c.. &c. _

too numerous to enumerate, principally bought at ( luiislaciion. All operations will be warranted. for letters of (hisni.ilfl from (be Istate! of Arthur the coming season unusually strict attention will be June 10, IblS. 4"! Blacksmithing1.GOOD .

the celebrated STEWART rstablifchir.ent in Jiroidarcsprcs Ladies waited on at (their re-id'-ncc. Ibis iscy, i-en. deceased. given to her business. Her table shall not be surpassed Received substantial, and cheap Bhcksmifrj"8''

ly for this market. Jtrfirenrrx:-Drs. J). A. J'randnn, A./ W. Preston, JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. hy any of this place. Hunters wilt be continually Just kinds don at She Shop near my Stable, .('

- My stixk also embraces a superior assortment ( f S S. Adam, J.1I.I I Hill, Uev. P P. Smith, Thomasville. September S, 1SJH. ::5irnNotice. employed during the winter aor She wild A fiENT.RAL assorfrn'-nt of Ola-x and Crockery- cupied last tear by Miller & L'rokaw.

DRY GOODS, with every variety of Plantation game of the forest and fur the feathered fowl of the war, amid for sale by S. F. EURNEY. January 'JO), ISll!. 3 A. A. FISIIF.R-

Caoilt, (Sroceiiet, hoots, Sheet, II-ili, Cups, &fe., DIK. W. J. Crin,onand J. 1 II. Pope, Madison Court lakes. November 3, IS 19. -13 ---5- .--- -

- uniurpasicd by any ever before 01T19' Cd. house.jI I Her rates of charges for ooaru anu noard and lodg

*c.Call: and fxamms. J). C. \\ILSOM. : ,- OiTice at Mrs. J. L. Demilly's. SIX months alter date, I will apply to the Hon. ing per day, week, month or year, shall; he satisfac- CoPartnership.THE S. S. Knight
id| Probate for I he County of Jefferson. continue business at his old sfar.d, 'W1'
Om her
October 40 to
149.MLiiitc. 4C 13, 1S49. tory patrons.
November subscribers Iiavinz themselves to- WILL
letters ot dismi- ion as administrator of AndrrsiKi A stable, with a good ostler, is attached. hopes to wait on *uch ol his friend as )b S1'
for Sale. Tin Manufactory. Sliced, late of said County, deceased. Septeinbrr29, 181!.). 3S Cm under Site firm of NASH & TAYLOR heretofore extended so libt-ral a patrrr.age. rrrffl''*'
WILLIAM 1 SNEED.JctTtrson respectfully -
that all shall hate mpod articles lair price-
rpIIR IILL SITE forrncily owned and occupied n.VI11G enpaped dlitional voskmen, we are County, October 20, UJ9. 41 rm solicit the patronage the citiletisgemic. S jug April '' IS-t'J. 17

J. by John Hamlea, nea' old Majm ha, as a Kw < d to till ill orders in cur line in a -__ JJ-. lT || I____jr u L Pain Killer. rally. They have ordered, and are rxpertintr in' afew'days -- .

- and GrUt Mill, which t.uir.t in t lie summer ol18H I rcinpt and ati factoiy manner. All order ? from Notice. % FRSiI supoh: of Perry Davi Pain Killer,just a general assortment ol MEDICINES&r. .
1 of
is now ofTereJ for sale. The dam ai.d fouuda- the cc..iitry will receive ininit-d'atc attention. A .tl_ received one for sale by of the best quality. They intend to sell rone but Pure Sulphate Quinine.Tffl

tin n, fitc. is complete, together with Water Wheels, liberal Ji count given to merclu ;ts and dealers. SIX: weeks after date, I shall rn.ike application lo T. WHITE t CO., Agents. such as are gout/. subscribers have on hand tuo bundrril a5

Balance Wheel-, CranksJulgeonj.&c.In T WHITKi-CO. e Jude. of Probate for Mi'di.'on County (for Novel bcrlT. 15-1?. 45 Their store is oppo*ite the Court House, on Mcn- ounces ot Sulphate ol Quir.n. v tM-l) *lrt J

*V rt, with very trifling expense, a Mill could June 0, 1849. 23 Icttcis ol Adiiiinislrjtion upon tne estate ol John roe street, adjoining the Pot Office. have obtained direct from tIme nai uta 'iii>"4' **

- be re-built. The demand fur Iu'ntiir is unlimited. Coleman, deceased, late of Maili i n County. Notice.OIX MILES NASH, they will warrant it to be a snpcrii'i arurtr

SituiU-1 as site '* direct)} on liter bank or inoulhof Fruits 5cc. VANS RANDELL.DeeemHer22 JUK1P5 L. TAYLOR. \vt,. have enlarged cur stork of I>rup! at.) MSI1I

1. creek, rendering it praciicable to khip. Iu 1SJQ. 5't) Cr months after , and ar' prtpmerPd to

- short, a more desirable or easier coalroll: waterpower TAISfl'S. ORANr.s, a'>le Judge ol Probate for the Comfy c.f Washington orders for articles in our Iin*>. al wholesale c*

does not e\i-t in these parts. The balance I' ALMON'DS! LEMONS, Notice.SIX fcr inters of dismission from She liiinijtra- & Ormond on the most acccKirrodatins terms.

be done in Month APPLI ONIONS, Storm of the c.tatc of MatiiC'V T-c'ier ed.HiiNUV !. (0 n. (em
cccP" yet
that j isrcq&rcd to lebuilding can a : months ifle r date, 1 shall apj ly to the Honor for sale, Irish Potatoes, yellow planting We have al o a low 3C-eprt
orsiv week- Any .ina in the Mil'! linedesirous of 1KISH I 10TATOKS.MACKEU'EL I Judge ot Probate in and fcr the Cou"t:> ofenroon'fa I I ONKAL.Januuy : OFFER North and Western rear 1S47. Tlu-;; are cent rally m mnaii ai'trt'but .'
half barrels and kilts ern 011d
in ;
- a clunje would do well to cam! and examine 4srenI.ILl. : ( : cischargc as oi.e ol the Administrators 5,155C. 51 fJm Half barrels No. 2 Mackerel, if Ibr whole could be paid sLorll. /

Same tract I has some good land, hard by, fr PICKLF.D DKCK) TONGUE.3, (if William Bellamy, laic of said ('(.anly, deowrrd. Codfish Mullet and Box llcnir.g far towards liqui latingccitain Mirrs Sb1Ch JT.V.-
TUST received ,
information enquire .if Just received and for salehv and for sale three barrels Roe Her- LEWIS &. *
For : SMITH SIM KINS.JctTctson .
ciltivation. J in Roses.
JOHN MDOL'GALL.Dcce'mba rin .by S S. KNIGHT.
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