The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Speech of the Hoa. Beverly Tucker, of Va. the world M peace. It is imleed but a peace of snp- 'n'such a quaking bos a-i (il.io. The inetiKifion .fJ '>wn aItoetheruntjlhtj --= .

In the Nashville Convention. pr< ss*J hostility, stifled envy, cfini>idiou. rival y ''rn''slic ( .- winch, like |1'ilt driven into tie I i vvouldnotspo.knfoitr! !interest!l. In this in connrcticn, sir, talons and sweeping wing of Mr. Clay, bore away New Orleans Correspcndcuce.
and iu make feel the full tip mailer. The ol Uepublican ICentu-ky into the I.Uh I lititi.d.-s o'
S SAni ron.eqm-nces us fcrre <1! arth. iv.a stability tngovenimenJ, an.l renders un- tccrre tr'.ich'
U the vvof denounced ncainst thor \\lio cry peace, ver.al utrairp! aid pnfcct fieedom possible to tr-of I ui.d ippoiiited our U waSes.
now sir, let 114 look at ihedin m which reIn tx-acol when there U no peace" Hut theie is m .cbo are !in-e, is a rr onrcc denied tu them. v.i i loi- u. ,.'lves that,tin- Gcd be tilae.! (then tit us assure how %Ir. Ffotewi'l' fare in his attempt upon the 3Ir.s'Rs. EPITOF-J :-It i is now the miriHa?

I'tend di nnion. Let u .t.uppo) a cave, and con. escape from it -In the cent ofihA day. the spiri' hid] hat I sh.nil.l desire lo iatioduce tcia% Ply then shall the so long as we perform the one, we tough li old Ici{ of Mis-i inflience winch will be brought to hear of the demand it tl receive I other. t-avenol ie'rt for the result much abetit that, sir, for it is probably settled thatin suppose we hare HaJ. for ibe
of the iis
fidcrthe age e spirit a- essen- No, sir. 1 would not sj wiong the negmo. He t while we last six weeks
on lhi, eon whom the peace ol ttiji- continent will ti'llv pacific." proud an>! happy lo hi* -ub .r.liualion to oie v;. rih ofsUvtiv arlnelo: our elvm and lo Him. The institution the next Presidential ass race, (horse nee PO lortfe* n pretty f tir upen'mfn r f Nexr
hut five Slates the States.cl i is of his appointment! and it will str,> he IH lo uif'e! btliird Mr. candidate for Orleans summer eath
Let u, U[>pOie What then, sir, would all Europe >a.v to any attempt fo ha hismasler. I'ut si'rvituIt-under s.c.S as lh *s<; endure until u shall Ohy r. People in Florida
Honda, Georgia, South Carolina Alabama the haveaccomplishedthat which the Vice Presidency. What light Southern man lato talk about its beinc hot" '
on pattofthe Northern Stales orof every 'litTering indeed in color, and nileiior in all besides was ut with all f
appoinl Sir I re
and Mi i *ipi>i lo withdraw from the U.iion, and power upon earth, to lift a hand agaii: t the cotton it would break his hiesi t. If such scivitude as th'n tspwopal Chi.rch and, went on Sunday last l to the ride m etimpe behind Mr. Webatt r; v ha Northern aNTI, let me tell them that thev ,.

f,rm a Soutnern ConleJeracy, Their policy would crowing lesion, and interrupt the production of that is lh"ir only ida o if( slavery, I piote&t bfore G<>c day, 1 heard the voice, of God Iheie. in the p-alm for the man with Soulhtrn prncij-'ies, or what Southern about i! f One has be IroicnolJiwy -
and he lo baked
What woulJ bcthe policy of the put a new sons man with Northe.n principles behird Cen. Cass, i and broiled!
b< clearly pacific. ; article. The power wealth would oppose' il-the tl.at their abhorrence of it muit full (tar shut I of mine. into my mouth a
jtit, ol *hc world ? WouLd the manufacturing Slate*. cry of famine wouid forbid it-the -iversal nakeJnes Hut they themselves are *ensile$ of the negro's su1vrinrlv Thou art a song kin0 ol deliverance and triu-nph- do not care tn enquire. One thine I do know sir. day or two by the sun th'it fcbii.e* in iheso
torui'i into a war, which) ,while it lasted,would rej God Send help unto Only one of the three can be Presidert. but let whit pars and sweated for
M.i of mankind would forb'd it ; the united voice and they are jcalou* of il. They steal our Jar< b. n few nights by thp
phot them 0 it (torn the bent market in the world' ? of ill Ihecivili/.f-d worM wonl I command the peace. =laves Irom us, and when t hey have made them whatIhn.y S Through thee will; be will! lrHrctd.11! the five 'unttprsrai'pr! of that tumid jrn!>se* :hal pnvcln ,e ihe frtithfcl" cf -
the and commercial Stat."t; wish ( overthrown oar PCnI5.( corr.rr.ittec will Se rovid d for. Wh. then does Mr
Would shipping o The Sou'hein Stales of this Uni 'n aie ronfet edlv i call fiee. they hana-s thtm, they peisccute and, in thy naftie will t 'lie Crescent before ,
we tread them under who riae Foote he
for > tarn
ruth into a which would throw the cjriiage of the oiilv cot|r.
tich and bulky productions into the h..nd otEurope. lave Lbor which bs table I will henceforth care for him. reef etimafe? of the q'lanli'v ff c loric lhat
cur the only means by it can pro. or prnfi1.tile t employntent-thev starve them For I will not thrust
uutil our own commercial marine should |I 'ducej Whatever may betheir spile asain.ot us. and out. and even drive them away I. this di gUil ?- ord that shall help in my bow i it i not my But General Tay lor's pian ? Sir, don't talk to me the human svsfem is capable absorbing._

have become adequate loom wanln I say not lung ol however about they will be No sir. It The me. about Gen. Taj lor. What portion l.ave we in David Talk :
they may cant slaver. : is jealousy. shoemaker will not Hat now thou art afar a "ui Safamander.* ? \ lam
off and -tshy
fo ? Neither have convinced
which would attend, lie lotnof puffed us con- we inheritance in the -
( clJe
the! fatal consequence caieful to nothing, tointeiferr with the production of lo the spindles nd loom ofJfew *ie. Te } our tenta oh Nra I Now fo thine a tfenOhICflfl3 xrouM
a minply t.f cotton. I Had b the only man: in th- si'itc of "
Orjihes'is' < cn nojro prosper in peisccuijon, and hs will I Thou makest be .
us to "
Englandbecause, although war should prevail, wvild, sir, the mmphs, howevir eniaged would live him to liis danzl.ter in titan sage, and she too will tnii.; that' they that turn hate our btrk.iupon our ene- own house Davul. Gen. Taylor will be pretty sure comfortable where one of these "instcls" '

the la*' of trade will be rjre to cauy the needed never hav* killed him. iu..,,i.r..ii,. t..i.A ht.; ? ,? i,... ..i......._ i . -tr"orn. ta.V4 | ,,..uiisin. u* spoil.our cjodi.tbm >. .. tosee lo that, and to his Sugar plantation! too. Wbat- ,'jL r
npply to the place of demand. Tli.n, indeed, tnut t All tl.ij lime I have spoken as if our dear sister > And this i fs Ohi- ; and the philanthropic abolitloiit not bijef tliee. ? -- vent snyti.in; which may !lead to the indepineerceof have *omeuhat mitigated f"X the ,
be of a nrcuitoa route, and at t an enormon.etpen Inji.1iueiis, and the lest ofihat sUlerhood, wert I a; he flout down the liver i turns his eye Vp Lord Whv sleepest thou ? Arise ar.d help Cuba, to her admission into this Union, and to and he- .

JJut on this 1 lay no str >si. It wouldi.fleeJ prt vent to have the matter their own way. I have taken no sndly from K.nickv. the home of a bold high mindi in t fir thy mercv's sake. the losff two cecisand a half in the prord, in the sides kept the city clean and remarkably '

the$ Yankee from hoping to compete wtlh the English notice of the fict, that although North Carolina arid 'Maw-abiJing-.e. maaiy, the borne < faccomplis'ieil' "he Lord of hot is on our hide : The God of price of his sugar vvhich he itut submit to, whenever healthy for this season. Wp have heard of .

manufacturer in markets open to both, while Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky, might not beat renllt-inen and enlightened >tate'nic-n> lo gzeon the JjcoJ i Uotir reliijie." the sugar of the West Indies is admitted free -f ffluty. no Yellow Jack" nor cholera within our

war wouldsbut him cut from (thui thechiei aud best on.-e Prepared fo join the Southernconfoderacy, they prosperity of Ohio. What: dot's he sec there sir ? I an far from innirimnz. sir, that the (benevolent To a man like him, considerations tif thus limits rthtnijh the Id'terdisea is
mtrkrt would feel that their interest were identified with A fertile soil, industry, manufactuns, commeicr, pnrpwesof tie| Cieator in fav 'r of the African race, sort arc of more importance than all the rights and racing

Ati fcv I In? would such a war last ? a-Us Mr. it, and refuse to jnn; in a cnisalc s;ainst the delenderaol wealth, and even some Sei,1er. All the elements ol are Imited fo tie small number thai have been all the wrongs of all the world beside. terrible virulence at some point of the river

WeVter ntV a cjnl l ccowl. HOA- lung \\ould Itelr i itits. Tnev would have a voice in the civilization are I there, but of cvihi.a'ion it.eht-of! bn.u.it over to u., crlhat I h lie sh'e I trade will bcontinied < Hut all that I have said, all the vast interests involved snd above n' ;particularly! M-rnphis and

jt be before the fleet and srmiei of the north would question ofpeaceorwar. They might indeet eont-vo- he retin-mcnls and courtesies ti I life, nothing., No, until all Africa is developed. No, sit. in this controversy are to bt> disregarded, and Nashville, in Tennessee. Unsii.ejs in now

fVttp the coat! *. and blncksde the ports and overmi ted, hut would a vote retain them, and would the sir, \\ithotit social organization there can be no civilization. Civilialion and Christianity mu-t b*> sent to those stern lealities are to be sipttetl into thin air- by pretty much at a stand and the

aid desolate the territory of the South, and turn North pre s a measure which would be sure fo force It is the ielaion! between true and acknowledged w ho cinn-jt he br'uu't to them. Uul how ? It has the potent spell of tl e maic word "Union." Sir, ; streets preynt S

thcjknive j ft the .!ave* asram.t their tna ttrs throats?" them into I he S'it hero confederacy ? The exemplary suprriority' and confessed j inferiority, p'.casHthc Amiduty! to enel"t! embat Continent with | there i is no Southern nan \vho e heart ha rot fel a cortiparalirelv deserted appearance.

JJnw long ? sir, 'i'eh a war will ncvei be %vagJ ua- patience of Viminia is a proof that she fondly that elevates&. ennobles both where but h urc c.tpbl- a p'-tilentisl atmosphere, which a white man cannot the power ol that -pell.! In the South attachment Many have left fur the North, and more for

til Maiiiichu, ; ctt* Khali have lns t lur seiises, and bebrepareJ collects that to her, wore than to any oilier State elevation. Association will always assimilate.. Tin- bnnthc and live. Tl.e peculiar confi.rrnilion of the lo the Union i is matter!? '.f .t r.tiin'nt. In the North the numerous wati'riiifj plane iiiuafed on tie

to rinh on el-destnictn( Whence but thifl Union owe* iu e\U'ence. She will be the Ia't l vinthern centlenan, st liuiiHi observing aU p i.ttile nerro race f.thim -a'one for it. anil it i by him that it is an ufT.tir ol calculation The C'vnj.-.rcr, who Gulf and Lake shores. We have

(rOtfl the u'ithernBtates cones the cotton that keep to *li- olve it violently, because she will t b (the la-.t C"iut-sy t t his department t lo t the negro, makt a thr work must i.eitne. The Colonization S..cielvi-i uses the word to blind the rr.iiuN and pnlsy (the limbs I pleasure frfquent

til artivitv' tiie *pindl anJ !joum* ol the North ? to force! the prmins fo theme places in our

feir. the North would not dare to prMJirutc war with i'al t, and to lift her hand against thosr-she has so gentleman by his coin! ?reti-.ion., The man of Ohi- I nero has as yet learned but half (he le *on reces'a- Hr..i the Urti-m been to the North what ti has bears nei<;h!>orhix.d__._ni-rnerrug pruties of ladies

urh actkiiy, as even /* dimiau'i the ;.*!'P'X' Obtaining Ions rhbjjshed us brothci But let her be told she has nobady below him but his hog. llccannoi make I ry"to qualify him fr this la-k. Uu: lit a place be to u* the North would have dissolved il fifty year ami! gentlemen' embank i-n crie of our Mississippi

; i it as the must da, from neutral j por.! tl.c miit l fight sr.usebodv, an.lhe will! not be long in Acidins ?- the hog a gentleman, ir ; and I need not say how ( fowl nearer lu-inf, vvhf re a colony of free !blacks a-;o. What has it been to n ? Sir, il i, the o'd' fl' atirjjj pal-ices." 'sub !bands vf musk.&r. .

North CfluH onlv ct what wa* [left after opl"'t whom fhwill! fgl.:. TeH her torecard an.l true dead weight of the h.ig must operate to dag I may hce-tfa'tlislied nndr a provincial atvi-rnmenf, story of ttie Giant and the Pwarf-a partnership! in ., ami after fp'ntl'ic three

the demaad of other coiintrie and any e<*entui
would leave hc-r noihins. Hut a war of heifH'U-to imbrue, her hands in t the blood of her But t there is the Quf en city as thc% call! it. "show I Cajfeilfncv, open fri all who will go lo il, and from dry blowa. Who ,.forrr.ed the wails rf Monterey ? I darcinc and isitng: the difTerer.l place! cf

Halation'Vliy! such a war would re-act upon nwn rhildren. and her au wer i is ready in ti.e '..vordiol ing like a ji wel on an (2lhion' ear." J went ashire I ifs ;ro\iiniv|% accc:"-i'.e to all 1'ow l lufuZ woulJ it I Who scahtl the height r.ft1terubi-ca Wh.- e blood j Mn-mer rftrraf, return tolhe: city ranch Lene- .

the North like the t tLlrIiug ofa cannon in a crowded Many Percy : there the other day, ir. and vf>nij 1 should have I betirllef le, crl i l l i'i a limited do reel he function enriches the field ol liuena Vit t.i ? South Carolina. j fifed )by the change of scene and pure sett

hip, worUiit ten times more muchief time than I iho'itjht t, I that, like I the QII en of the hc'jjcif f Bruns- 1 of self-jr.i e ntneut. they vrMi'd' !k'i ti that ol her Geoigia. T.nnesetMissi..sipjti, Alabama, Arkan- I breezes.Thi .

on the: eneinv. D.I gentlemen com>>der the nature :Xot speali of Marlincr .vicl sifhai! h"ea iia,>(nid| from Germany ; i\r I the I lessen vv hich i> ntr.iry to qn.tiiiV th>-mn'>t onU.or sa*. and T"ta, are her tu answer" OrHs," amiihe I C

of treat tmActuriiii( etaJii.h1Uenl l kej.t; in operation FutLid; mv' tonz-ic to sp ak ut Mortitnei :\oufiu i i''irifft, i 1:1: her u'rivis' t.tiked hardly any lartiat p SJaal I b t political freedom ? Growing and I pri/.e won by such -acnf.Cr; ; for whom i is (hat ? c < rioti Fourth vas celebrated! lrt.5

tiv What I'ifv- call (tee labor ; the i b-n Yc 1 will speak of him ; a are Ihe men vrlnw sufra I t1j'jiii.;! sutler the paternil l rare of the ir former | r'i-r those who kissed n,y L.Jy Peace at h..rri -," i iI with a Le.-.>miu; h.r\v i.f public ii j 'rcinij.Powrfir .

of thojf wl.ose daiLy broad j is ttie purcha ? of mercy if i do nut join with him .. care to "iveiaiv !'> us whose tat i.'r res.ijid I llf I ajaJrr-*, wjiizii1 e.\r erf nothirs but good olce! : .1 and iilessed thtnsevts! that they were not man slay- I j was l-tirnt. fdc! JijpJajrd It' irs fl

daily toil, and who. left with tut employment: f>r a Sir Vnsru.ia did not approve the attitude ascnmtd country from tl.odonitutioi: na German pinicc ujion I iror. t'.irin. Sack a ol'tir oedlw! "" nit away'snri ere and cut 'hrn-jfs Ju-.Jj ic Id hia roaster's b'ot/d. Chipping and public building*, uaysd other uwttdemimi.tralius

weck.taiwt btarr. or ae'.nr m'j. The mn4 of man by Stttith Carolina in 1SW. Wiial il>n ? \\rz ,lie : I the Enzlish t hurone.I I r. aiilttiin; <> wit.'I! < come, (utid il will come, but could not keep the waaes ol his crime. Ti."semen

EatflIt conceived t IIP wretoit! >di .' is xu rn tti Uiluic j }4fl iep tr'J< lo 111! A tital .tz.un5t h1: : On t liie contia1ty 1 neau li.it ,!'iH. sir. I kniiv.- it. I m. ant to do si- ,* whict, tone of 03: wit! live to ce. when --fnb1 \v ill shed no tl> rd, ; not they. Eat t ne price of j$ made in h nor of the Natjcn'Jl'lirfl.
of one cotton ri(,p wohi| proluTe U.iivemal bjn'o I Iruitrv ., she. retiu'ndnrnow with pride, that her ("Iovern.11 I 1' *OM'C is it be-ji.-s eriy IIMH fo stieak of 1 'uui l in CoiViiitt. ind.r.pndence. Uee! > will te me n- bnod-thev! 1 cannot fii.J, in their: heart to rcf'rtc lhat. :, ? .

-saiv ma! lum-the prottatianof the wr altb I I th.Mi di-'elateil, that before o.ie; for sh-'nld rr"- i I flt etuinit!! of ins co'iniry I l Ion I sjH'aJj of I thus who ditio'i tu go t rl; fr,>in thN normal; JChuiaiKlsonK- Wb'nve c. mpidirl nl thi-, they say are t A n.t 'ihe st-fMer! n"ws. rTf iTfd lucre by telcirnph -

>. tnd rue u,) tt'.g of HIL tfuM'-Ti-jg mans violently the Pot .mac on a hostile errand a ain-.J South < '-..irolinn. hs e ii'iig waged a sy .i. malic, predatory and cow Ct.Ji.ni-st.l tli ii own on all Ihecotats M'j Afrit Fr.t !brethren ? Let there lw au afrile aal.-r.j; us." Why cf the death r.l Prendent Taylor had .

nitclime trom their bi' cai' ith the VM i-Jsol Abraham ? GtVou an almost rtiiiflTn rfTert; ,'

the ecauiy remnant ot furuier ahuiJatic, lo .ti.ty! was old John Floyd, sir. a man, who never pr tniwd of Ohio. Then: let her Iu -a foul
the wa-vU rtf nature. SH. wiien the orer-vhc'l.uint; ; but lie want IOM.V| :" .ind, tru'ikGo.!, t there I} MTuegrwn and nta naut, at another sirin! up from and! were a Swilhern confederacy once farmed five y )U fo the kit -Mid we will %a to the risrl.t :'* Why ? I Without any prepar t rnn_with no knowtedcn

Jnrc of Fr nce ttnatene4 t inv d aid tiibiuj.itelialland naid! now another John KJovd in hii father'splace, t'it' ? liottotn: by t the sirilt-s t rt t the reptiicsth.t I sJm jIeiu vcnrs vioulj not rlap e Selore a cv,-iou wu-.ild b? Because of the Bible, as 'ftie Ct-i-siituiion.thpy read of his H'tiessthe irrelitg ti-e in the a.bitps

isle Dutch cut tl.cn dyke* tfiid let in the tc repeal and make uood hi ldlh
<.c n : the eucmv withdrew, and all thimjl.'j! '1 *z iu But *np )oiw> the few remati.n.; ti'ithert. S'ale. its sleich. ?liore of the upti.! ci territory sufficient for Mich a remonstrate ? Th y !bicon.e sVrn. A'e we r. .t of ll.incl-r upn K'. I\w.e c.tnrealise\ i
invsdini tlif tail ot 3 <> ie,) ca'Utl'; ol dpfe-'litij; I! not to berfiik'en, 'c the r.eteti1y1 fhoo- in:> thrirn- The iahiibilants of Oiiio may one <1.,y a'- jiiiic that colony. (r.rzer than! yi-u r H.iv we not our toot i'ponyt> ir ;

heir li'jtvry' by %uel M.-niice us a'jandoaed forever. eny.: Supptoc, '<>- vvould be the case, that no warlike caiisi-len'-y which i is n. cessary to consti'ute' a p <- I be. par'lui, sir, for thee <=p<>cuUti<>n This 'un neck. Attempt to wit Ldraw if and we wilt tramptt! | and it wai only when the rrelanclmiy mintitu

He was a *elf-inflicted t-uflerinz vhirh did hut alien pt t-hould be made, how long would thi -etatei ple, and then they nay form themselves a sovern- subject in which it iso much the cu' iom frrtf von into the tarth." In three v irtorioui. fights the I gun was heard and tokens of :w>irmng wer

warn the enemy, without wounding him. Hut what be content to remain tinder the jrtin.lit.2, rrr* went, t-r in the mean tim (they may rind a ma-ter ('rio' to talk most who think lea<' that a man who Giant; cainril lot him-elt a ca telUUd palace, broad I[ seen dn-opinj- fn'in every mast that llie tninrlrnnd

if the people of the Southern S'aie*, goaded by infill ;overnmeat which taxes I'leni for I lie tetiefit of 1 heir II will he time cno'iah then lo corisidf-r of nor rclatiois In* rna
ami! wrong. t.ouid detrimiue on a much l.! '.* tnasteT-i; in the North, while \viiu! viingth<* prosperity : to tlietu. L'.ilil I Ih.MI, 1 '\ ill rest in I the lupe, j n cf< ity apologizing fur the expression of his eveanarmv.d ate:. Come rr.y little hero," *jvs Ard

jcrifice ? What it. with or.e accord, they .houldaree of their t Southern biH'hu'n livin; under a revenue | tli.t t'lould! such evet.t.s t.ike |1Ice a1 have spoken [ Micnshi* the Giant. let; us rs pose en our Lurris : you cans it I j rnirigled tih! our grief for

tn make n > Cotton lor a >ncle -ss-n, except ta'jitT, and etijovir.i: the ble*>iopsol IreetraJe ? With if, they will! s-ee I the necessity ol paving i I hat rcsict 15'it'
for their la't: fir.iori'1*, and apply all their ItS w to a modi i. economical c vernment, such a< a mere to ttie laws oh! Nation.i, which I they deny to the Coa- ir>B.ine folly! on the paif t'f' No'lhern men can make warm bd in the as .es, and sou shall hate sop ou* fu'tire. Millatd FiLmore, the nr-rtl-frn &!M>.

layinc ua a utore of Grain fur another yrat ? Th Central ap-noy for indvpcr.dcnt Sta'.esoujht: to be, a ,'j'iiion.: i I IMr it rime t han spcru'.at inn. It re't t.-> with them nt any (if the driT'rg; pin." "That is hartily a fair division litionist i is raised by this melancholy cn.Mially.to

South could bear itnr. It would lucomrnml manx. moderate levonue would suffice, and nothing would Praid ul 1 hone I have sriiil: eno'i.zh tt' sit isfy TT\oTn> nt in quiet ill this agitation and restore tran- ," -ays the Iwrf. It i-* tie! Ic-s ywicanyet," iiiul .
the lreslu chair
It would enrich oir.e. It would him! nobody here.- prevent the acceptance ol theovrrfii'eslor! free trade, tliinkittf men (that t those frightful run.euiei.c.-< ofdisuniuu 0'iility, at least. Ihr.i.ch not harrr.ony. Abiwd confidence l :iys I he Giant colly Yi-u'd bettei take it." Nit," 1* r>H this an.

And what w >uld be the effect el ew li! re' "i'hc mi aduf now made by all commercial nation These at the t thought of which the heart trembles and invilted friendship can never be restored. sjji: the Dwarf "I I will rather drag rr-y mangltd M>uncf mml full of ffarPJ threareniu ?o thuSituih !

man cannot calculate it. The im iiautict of man are not accepted now, sir, becaw mair'ly ben- and l1it: cheek tur's |pt1<>, will not .How di-union, Fut equality between the State* ran he restored ai-d carcaseNrvvhrre.. and seuner dep'tid 'ip.n" lh' f hftrify at if-i.s crisis T JJ'U pprhftps such rcflections -

cannot conreivc it. lltrrrtto rrfeieas. An cathja eticial to the South. And who cue* for the Smith ? ,hot.Id the North be iiuil enough to drive us to (that the rights of all parties bt-insj equally rr-Kpected ffstranzets han on your*" justice. "Ttrn; the i.uht cot lo be irdufged in *t pre.t-

< ke *' akin<; the Continent from the I'otoinar (to What i i. The South i An as- .f the tiibecf I achar. extitmity. It I haw Mind-Jed in (this J have ac- TTiil the infere>!s of all p.irtieeqi>allvcsrFi! for, a re- spit, yon! ciaitned nfcl.in. is fherei.t\ ; I' jfycu give"' ri.f.- when the rave Las hardly closed

the Lakes, *\ .4ttiuz! ; tip :!. Hn1j ih !Ules. and overturinnir bixvid down between two huitiien- ;" 'lilt: %, nnlione c' H.- isl.ed all l I v :, be'd. I h.ive to't snokfti with a g.et rA fir these ir.f er sls,the r ci>llecii! >r of the pa all I flint U-voiuti; It is left ,tan im; iu rf tmi.kind the Thestt'iv i- :i.t t jrTI| in p hit, sir. In cur case iti [ the remain dead.I .
I lo lie paid nto "heTrejsuiy .and t-viCf astntili ; t"W l ru make mu; -sii.d'uiron.. I l.cve a-nseJ a* i (ll.e inJispositmn |fo >nrH-iir,2 I
France and
  • the s'auli.-hed ot 5upp
    i many nnr' l.t"1. i-io the pocUrts nl the Norther m if- .10 more ttiaulok) t them Jr >rn h.-itis friiSi'ein-d r.f oM lic-i, and breaking up;
    S-r, the pill r> ol the world would! he shaken : i fat ttroN. What il Lord I'jlmprMon should ofleriow mil of heir st.s-i at\ ih.l! > btre i thought td f it. 1 wi 4-h i thim'2-4, miy even now pje-eive the Vnit
    snd here *td.a the South zrtKpinz tr-.Tn in her i ii; in
    *troi 5 arm. Here i'ieiitand* like old blind Mimp- nue laud-aid Iu take ot. the i Eiigl4h duty ot eve'itv. thia, 1 Oper; { then tosecat a L'lanre lhat ,t'i uc Iru.- th'tce che.iins c.'inj>rv>mis-s which kept. t ihe wo'il 5 -,'. < ; i'is olood. The Delta is

    ,',n, sir to rr.ike.; sport lor these |l'hi1i. five cents on our Tobacco. W' uld it be accepted ? wato jireserve Ihe Luion i is l lo let I li.f pe-ij-l- ol f the: I iff pn.ini-5) the ear, and break if to the hop No p'-ople i-vcr existed more ready to sacrifice to a popular print, and is the most

    l nes who mik her tradatio'i. Will abe not No. irno. It would but enrich the TubaccoSlates, I North ,. e (hat v.c all indjisjjnd, our true position, XVe have Isd enough M"Mie
    oake her prayer lii God &nJ t .v.v h ri>elf in her tigbt, j nn<\ 'hit cbs! our master* care fvtr thf-m ? On the otli-, I .ii4! ail s'e the rialtr in il.is light Let t t thfmc..' t' P. slins fend" vvl.r has so c.tlen arrayed himself ii: haract r of indivi-iuals! .arJ of the S'ate. She will aiy; s-leeu. When the miserable mail! ar- .

    tut like inui, in die with 1 the 1'lnli tines,* but tn | er larvi let a iuh-ni Conferleiacy, in a.loptinclhe I i.ia' even tlio She will her
    the r.aktd.
    overwhelm them Jin-.l s aid unhurt aaiid tli ruin* : tree tude r/veitnr., ask a difi'rrential abuuru-nt c.f \ siineiider eveiy r it.t, sooner t han expose; deceive uno rr. re. We n iw know !him in hi* di<- aarmei'l comftul strip commeicial of
    K he will nit Dut thin i iw aUva> m tee power ; fen cent of this duty in their favor, at.d how long tluiasehes t lo the horrors and this t\\\ will d if her loathtnc delectation instinct of self-respiCtfnl n.odesty; called! up a d are improved. I lave no cl.jubt if will! Le extensively
    \? >
    ' > ever would Virginia and Noith t Carolina,Tenmie4ee, Kentu theie i h tin danger ot f w <>r, and rio lea on why thiyshoiiid 'O'hello'i! occ'ip.tli.'us'i, srone. He may tamper
    iid: scorn of her .ppiesr equals ia srrimony and I -ir. It ha hern said of her !that
    tntlignity their fierce pliilauthrojiy arid i insdiou avail thmiiclves nf the arranpernent ? Depend upon j vvor c thi'is befall I horn Let t.e! North uudt-t--'and, lrtternritir.cl"Hfervio'oangab.Mit! lheTp>aUrv to i.o to thai. The lo\er of>f gOsj>ru were tave been in
    I Dioretl.an (lie 1 thickness 1 of bit i.f Ii
    there is a mien
    tri.iid4hi p.54m.lhiflZ. if, aol, uch a Confefieracy as I rave erfaffes for the la.t eight days
    her ar.tI dowr.risiht lool. This be ; ever u mot
    like this would be the eonPqiene< tn be brined belr.re every laveholding tate in t land tti ? S-ir.t| of encroathmei.t will lui.d nh.ia-d! Int tlieirday i H sotiean well as Iui. This bsl'le! is between u' nay
    the North ol any w*r wi'h the S lutli. Voni'- it to..qblf the Union would seek admission into it. The pr.'atige ''and t tin: Mate.iren ol h tie North w.ll i I at ficc, anJ j n-.l (lo be fought at \\ahington. We lave cr.stngeji ttn, sir. but wo to hint, 's ith pr<.>fai>e l.atid, vh<- exlritoidiiiary, : case abduction. A hu.t the JI

    than this would bi- the coiisicquenre of a xvai oldeiaUtion I of Ttnon once flipellpd by a ;parli.d; s -<>sioti, j with! anxious earnest i-ss( aoknnw edje our nulus, i oar tactici, sir. We are tired of l lin tratnplet! | ventures lo touch that last saltjuurd of her stair.le-5 first of la.lveek a young anJ bcauttlul Polish

    and emanciintion. In that rate the mischief the Middle States would beai Ito lov, t rliodt-c 1 < : and in ,znod] faith aJ Iresil.oni t >tlvtlo I huo.e 'who I j rtovvr by (he elephant? and cavalry who pn>bj i I honor. girl suddenly disappeared from her irientjs.ter .- "

    would iiut be conSueJ to toe North ll twfon U'.ioii with t heir Southern br't thifii, <f fruitless search it
    f.. b'ir. do no' was ascertained
    would overspread the -ivilized wotlin euemie4. perecul nrs. and slandei.i a. | ti-, (nil to aaccilain t what will I arttullv arl ptrtnaj fir-t prick cf Ihe lance, i-r at the first f.re, turn back presume to peak Virginia r we
    horror. In r New Hnsland we can calculate it. The I speak for her. She IMS sent us litie to cor.fer withyou. that one Jaubert, a rich free man cf
    Hut the I Hung would not stoit here. -ir. Penn -yl- j ntntly Ratisly us. By s-jch means the Union and break through the infan'ry, and ll.rovv evei -
    even h'in-1rc ruilUunv of wlm-h t the So>rth ha (heeii I tania at I his moment, wilh all the ailvantases of n l I.e preserved, and i if such a course ia abopt.-tl! ; ,may t tie ih'r. int0ennhu-ios.: dismay, amid ro'it. Uen"efr.r'h' and to speak to her art! to the world. We color, had been concerned in inveigling her

    robbed by tt.e unequal nitration; of the r*.deral Govrnmeat protective tariff. finds htr ynanularluret.. often on the I, L'nion is #4(0.( This ClttilsP <,f proceedinz niU'i be- ; sir. we fight with th infaaJrv in li-.nt, and 'iall' not speak nut ''IT hei ; but we speak cit her. as she is, from her ln-r.ie, and had hDr concealed. As

    hw been realized, an they call it. It baa 'tge ofbankrupcy. Atarifftnay |iri.ftt! t 'ici assiinst : gn. vMthus I It t iiiu.-t liegio her,., arid now. That i isj j leave i* ta men wh ise valor all ooz sout at th'ir fingers with hli.ll irvt-rei'C'' asid adn.irin tl I ? love. We are inlet | ibis !Is the first case ot! the character that
    been tu i.t t 1 af
    built factories /it baa wat
    into and brer d bul few
    .hips paid -
    ; the cnmpttition of European ma-iufacturek, but not j o ir business heie, -ir. To save the I'niort. and loi end* between January and April, lo decide for (
    out for barren lands at high pricev only j'tstitVc! bytheje "It r we are rnarkt'5 \to t'ie.' we are encutu ever occurred in this, or perhaps any Southern .
    aeninM the i-uperior skill and capital of New Eng i save it by showing t Ihe people el t the North I, t lhal( by (iQ what we are In do. We ate sick of compromises,
    esUhlidhments; it Iiaa b *n luilt into palaces I To do our countrv li>ss, hut it to live. SftaJe il vns foi.uJ that there
    land. Against this she contend* at well as per evcrine in their wanton, l'nju-t t and mad career and a* ho this Ihir.j: I hey call a corr.pmr.uso what i iif is was no provi.ion -
    where: tucfchaiit pnnceo and man .facturerR dwell iutuarble she can in the market* of the South. Take that they will destroy it. If it perishe., Iheaa will be ? What wt; < the rrnilerin dispute ? What was The (ewer men the greater share ot hom-r t-f (dU- that wotifd; apply to the peculiar
    h 'ic. There other ol in\ t- I sir I speak only fi.r mvstlf and shrink
    are no nhj.c1.j she sink As for rne, ,
    away a'til will at once. Even now Mat achu theirs-t.ot ours. the claim set up hv the Yankee ? Nothing mote circitriisl'tnce. We have number ot statute?
    men and the boxted Leaped wealth of Xew V/ere it tenRild it *
    up England in t that Now lake the patience nor the welcome. I wish lo nuiun'-t; (the invei iinr ff blue!:* by uhite .
    jtIi.t -no moie. away bet hi'.It) would l>e only n.t.r none ; peu.pie.
    which only eiinblm to up her }read. But the Convention, exhausted uiv strength and wasted red byS< uthern aria-1, aiiil ;purcliaser! wit h StiMth-
    cotton und omraerce of theStuth, and what rio yfiurce. .. I divide it with rne. but the le bliiture hosiht of
    S victims of that ne\er
    let the r>av all the tavps'i from Me\ic" pro-
    .' The hip* lie rotting at the Aharvet- ; the factories emancipate themselvrn from it, and my life upon il, what I had to say I have saying tumble into ruins and j-kulkinc in of met.inks! would share from
    their zrartde ; e'rnttw five \oaia will not pa-s over before it is abolished j charged lo Inirsling wit h thouz'uts t hat Tainlystnig- .niil participation with the Nettlu ? Nosuch thins : A-one manmcre ne, by a ne, io. Huwtver, her friends lesoriedlo '
    paUeeti.theiT.etchant princen.liketho-e I What t then will i be the condition of Pennsylvania, l gte l for utterance. To "orpack heart with foot of all our conquests m is open to xu ; but j Fur-the bet hope 1 have.
    of V ;nce, live meaceily you enntsutiinl'ied: on my !Nrt a I have no fer: sir. that Virginia will disclaim cie.I a common writ iii h'ttfas a or/' j-, .--trider:
    placed on the border between a Not i bet n Cot l ltdei iftcy i- wonl, and give voice to M I would wish to 1 hen) are iraTcty Sold that if we will sive some
    tie cuuo ity tiaveleii) > A* to the labrrnccljset is my I knew the dull a-s will b-ick upon the spur and which our modern Othello wa thrown into
    in which she overshadowed l.y a superior [ would as soon attempt to drain Lake Erie fifteen millions mote lo bribe Texas to cive
    >, the tat west l it open to them What violence kill and aS.uthetn through a fen or three larze throw ar.d kick his n:'1-r. I know the d.g, that ha* < remain until!
    capital aid? < Confiut-rnty of gooso fj'J.ll. portion ol her territory eqiul to j prison, tie e to the girl .vas pru-
    aid and while uid'r up a will bile the hand I
    rapine fora stomach for (height, hat tarrs
    the they may practice whith he niight, heroine the nork-thop ? A revenue i I would speak of the rnagiiificenl( future, and cloi Slates, wbich, btlnne to her, i i' now actually open r.o ] duced. Sho! appeared ill Court r.ext day,
    of is dull
    teachincs Commni. f'ourieim Acrarian- But Virginia isno
    him Virginia no ass.
    tat ifmof ten per cent, would be woith more toPenneyIvanian i rious destiny of a Sou I!In in ronluWary. I would wil1% perhaps not exclude n& from that. | MI.
    irm, and other i i as a member ol a Southin ConJed.-r- | t-pivk ol (the venous and li'iiiiuileb.s on one cheek we are lo turn j jIvl
    i not possible to But they will soon that lesxtirces ol a njiMen rdid interest she will! never disjtcw those who took She declared that she had left
    t.e > place.
    cay. si
    acv, I than ft'ake and its tin's N compromise I Is au'I tile; conceded I lo
    Commnnism is of little worth v> here thete i nothing protection could do for her,wetet I he Soutljttilhdrawn) I vvalirs. extending t ihetice to the Hull,|an>) Iroin (Ihe : ? N'o. Is any demand of the other parly withdrawn pl -d.e her honor for the defence o: honor. 1 thank home by her own consent ; thai >he loved
    to divide and that what the call the n.htu of labor us I Il.narida.and this
    God that he ha' spared me to djy. Lquality t-r
    ) from the Union. Atlantic t lo I Ihe Bras, ci.Tnprehcininig an a soitinent ? N"T'ht moposed coroproroi-e urges! new j ; Jniert.!; and that she jutd rather die than be s
    cannot be enforced again*] tlnsfwho have nothing L"t uslnok a liltle'to tl e West, sir. I l f-pin wilh of all t things neediul for agricultme they who pretend (speak fir us, say Independence i 1.1 ihe watchword of Virginia. One I'
    te pay. They will be .'ffto the I \\Vst, sir, their to rrianulac- ( admit ol these she will have, and il 1 can l tie at all instrumental parted fiom him It was proved (lhat! she
    Illinois, because she iech larthett South ; be- (tares, r.d conmierce. I would point to the region that the nest thing we can th 1 is to them.
    found t new Ohio on 1 he bnkh of Wisconsin and l Min to such an achievement, I shall not have wa a minor, and force was found
    Cause ithie! it nearest to New Oi leans and (iIhet, l ol Ii oft. Coal and vv..ter power stretching from t this 'put it seems, sir that Mr. Clay insists that, although ; necessary
    ota. And Boston? Lo ik rl t Veu cesir. The hislory
    < from New Yoi k ; and because khc begins to be a %ate spot' lo the eastern foot ol the Alleghaiies; sloping we cannot underIand it, this i is a ci.inpromUe j lived i in vain. t (lo compel her to return fo the protection ofI
    of Boston i far ite of Venire. Venice is dead wi'hin l.er
    ol Virginia
    so history that slaves are wauled in the Sou'hern part of the tluwr. in (the east lo (the tide waters of t the Atlantic, anti', in proof of it, tells us, that its adv orates in But: if (ihe heart I her relatives. On the Sunday followinn! ; s>he '
    enriched h erne If by the cppre-wion >nd plunder it llut which has been to rIle the breath of
    State and not insensible to the in the West the I thut majority of eight, had spirit;
    hrr nubjcc.t Boi>toa ha done ihei>aiiie. twins quite itrhrie.ty to rich plains that border the .Mis1Mijiippi the committee, fjr.ious life fled it that fountain of just principles and i! called at the store of Jau eit, ami invited him
    provinces is
    ol kt ting sticii nl her people have them as have wl.ile James (liver, Potomac and Ohio difficulty! in rereeini btnoos Ihem-elves rn il* : i
    Venice corcentratoj her ili-srotten wealth in the neat elevated s.r.timrienttromn, '% hid., sa trorn flue milk ;j lo waik. They had not proceed Cir uljen she
    nerd tf them Now, what will he her nituation ?- St ret hi forth their arms to eticicle t the whole i in their Terms I have 'ittic di.nbt of'it.. sir, for I c.m; will j I '
    roar!he* elthe l Adriatic. Ho.ton has heaped up hers of childhood, heart and mind have drawn their threw i'f1* her bonnet and !!
    my hm
    upbiai.ti in
    of their ,
    No tnaa admires more than I that noble system of embri.ce, an J bind together the three great interest iof believe that these cenllemt-n were as careful ( | :
    upon a ba ten rock. The poincn chalice his ben inland nr me, the mo commended to the lipe of Venice, and) he ha s in .*ir. but to lay head oil the cold bosom of
    my my
    turn become the victim ol mioerntnent. while tho the Mississijijii with the Lakes. Hut tolls and towpaths Nat me ; in a Union like ;that of (lie se\es ; a Union |0 oilrs. 1 have heaid of such cases in j veni-raird and lamented motherand to die there. tot! arid discharged; it in his face, breoking'out
    ; ure expensive things, and canals are somttlilies *- congenial, not cor.tlicling interests. No MeZfntianmairiiige I other countries. They happen every day in Spain.
    his teeth his .
    trade of the world tias found other channels ; ant! bel fracturing jaw, and felling hici
    laid draught and winter fails t ot tlu l whn set on a traveller,
    dry by rarely t living with (he dead ; no compact A band of robbers, they
    olJ. khe)Etenmrh is a wilderness of tnartle,. in a waste which of water with l.i. ic\ breath toclott- up the navigation of t the between power aud weakness, simplicity and craft, alwavs compromise with him somewhat in this way The New Organ. to the earth. She then placed another pistil 1 '
    criiefs Boston
    *would do'.vn would be themi hrrrcit the suicidal Ukes But the Mi..isi'pi-broad.; deep, and lull- generosity and selfishnos No CcinprutnU in He is told that if he w ill lie on his faceput his hands Speculations are i life as Iu the orgnn of (ihoev I l Ii> his L.end.-l'nt ;it t failad to <* <,:T, although

    pnl upon by i if ever open to bear on its flow ing bosom all the bulky which, as in bargains with the Devil, one part helind him, and submit lo he rifled and stript. they Some it is be the I she repeatedly snapped if at him. As soon
    ttpot&rring the wtlu adfi'inUtratioii. In
    ; against} and weighty < f Illinois at the lowest his in him. I don't know whether they say
    product** > signs name his own blood, which all i the walers will a-k no mote of
    tlie colored
    But ,look acco"a the Atlantic, and suppose the possible rate of expert. 1 .un aware, sir, that the ol l I I-elhe will i iM vtash out, while t the other uses call' I llns a compromise. But if I thev did sir, I Ihecap- National Intelligencer is variously stated! as emmrti" sufficiently recovered -

    into tnadnrii ni malignity of the North to hurry them law of 1 nations would secure to the Staler on the wa- a chemical compound of I the newest Yankee invention tail of the ganz might e.\plan how as plausibly as by others, that Messrs. HnUitt and Sar fanti he made lice use of his le -*-folloedby

    Stales.a desola'ing Other countries war against have the variouj cotton crowing teiw more soiirrt t that law would not exempt them from imposts and I would! pedk of the had Some of us VA ish- I
    destiny and to
    ,ban New d |jnation, of ice comprr-mise. State llr.F pistol in hand ;-< and have mflhin i-f the Ilegister, or
    1nglanij. tuifl.t lnf.l
    %< i
    Irorii export duties, and tioio all the inconveniences the negro isce-1 would recite the divine decree ed l nllo' take the fellow's money and 1 It-ave him his j
    back on. Kn lind, fur cx2inle| insular ao 'ie is, f> the late editor tuttle Buffalo Advertiser pertness in handli.i! the weapon, it is said,
    which rnui le fcticuun'eie-d' hj thoj-e v\ho necessarily which uiitig&ted the cure of Cai.aan. by oid .iiiing clo'.hr' Otl.er were (lor |>uttini> him to death and Hito,
    has land. But Duzland iuti a stiprrvbuudaii: ;population pas thrt-Ui-'h a foieigii country to get to their own. that in the tents of Shem lie slu.uld dwell with Ja- we compromised on the middle erounr?, of taking [ (now charge at IJopota) is lo take charge oft he saved his life I learn (that this vii-ience was

    fA laborers, and there whone are there existence rn't less than three millions A gieat river, such as the Mi Mippi, like an iron pet I) as his servant, and i in t that school of civilization I t hnth iponey and clothfs. and spariut his liie.! And j I II I heptihltc. Poor Alien A- Hal!, tie ente.! occasioned by the girls learning that herb

    They have no weMern very depend tn on and cotton.while clamp, hold* together all the cmfiij i.eiifttaled: by and l.r1tt4iuitv puige away his first oflrnce, and then when we sere divizhing Ihe spoil-ffnxl God I pH and 1rilliitut-he who was taken :ay Li/t ha rio" wos already! n married man ;
    country fly toni:
    its tributaries, and no amount of human fjtuluy himse.t lobe fstoircito his and content myself wilh
    ;pervertencre Maker\'J'jvoi. had I nut to comproiiiise
    the land of snF.ciVnt thus latin! all th ot *
    England is ( feed J ptojects practical
    to them all Deimrttnent >
    front ibe Treasury ; supplant
    can loiig prevent them from blending into one The.-e words, so l they will not starve, whether there be work for them 4* j only ,1. with is ama l1amLt ion" bh; had indulged! in--vliioh
    like kindred dropn. ing, luce found their inli-rpuMaliori and fulfilment Thislai.tlMipectsir, was the great rully HuHiM! and Srgeanit-the.re none so poor
    to do
    )*m to or divide no. -There nomethingoliotiricrismtotxpeiimfntftn. is something (here lor mmun- What I have ,-aid l ol Illinois applies with nearly Iseie. They indicate the tj k lohe f |HMformed, and the committee. Mr. Webster arid General Cass as to do him reverence in the preseu' crisis of without this obstacle, she erronece !y thouglt I

    Lei but the loom standstill for one month and equal turce to Indiana. It may, in time, apply also disignale us to perfoitn it. Wo to u,, if, Peeking ,ioubltes-s(! thought that they had as good a right as his foitunes. I'y general consent, he is to practicable Crouds of the curi us vulgar,
    to Ohio. At sir, 1 see nothing in that regitn rat huci t the oraiseof than the honor frame the bill as to make political '
    there present, j in *n t fiat eonet iiI Mr- Clay lo so ; have for surrounded her house
    will Itfi days -literally ;
    not be tandni \Ve
    one stone ,; on rotherof leave his recommend that
    which deMgnate Ohio ct"which iroin Jod shrink Mr. Foote organic post.
    j we as any we finm it. Let us rather be capital for themselves respectively. probably
    The tie whole political and social) fabric of Iceland. I nort ol l moral cr poinicel character be uredHed ihankliil thai lie has made choice of us, ui.worthy would have been glad to have if a little mere he be appointed as secretary of Legation, tu t blocking the street, stm% Hug lo catch u gJimpsaof

    is that statiiflen of England know this s'irand t'liiit I see a v eat t mullitade ti i all kindred, tongue, and as we are, to be hi* instruments in (lhi great work. acceptable to the people of Mississippi. Jt may be accompany Mr. Ewing to the Sandwich Islands. I the unfortunate } oung woman. -

    veto olic> lo of any England war ,that and nations, swept down and agglomerated) like I he wash What have all the missionaries: on earth, since the doubled whether Mr. Clay was inclined lo admit What is to l become ot Mr.V.. B. IVes- The cotton crop of the Mississippi valley .
    oppose of a hill side, or that from the mouth of a common days) (,the Apostles, done for (Ihe of the Gospel
    spread these pretensions. will be ii is ? much
    Bight disturb her and thmujrh), that her His i is mentioned. Il an
    commerce, ton ? name not MWC: averagoone.
    darn the north hank the ? Did he I
    Heathen "
    fewer ; heaped, a? against s on among compared lo what has been Is not Mr. Clay the great pacificator
    manufacture on which her 'erVeitetIee depends. the effected tiehslf in 1S30and 1833 and be understood that the late ProSnbly? this staple will continue to j
    The 'tf f liver. On such an alluvial deposit you may on of the negro rate in this great not give peace to the country seems to generally _
    play of the shuttle the pulse of life to her.- raise cucumbers and onions but the forest school of domestic and manufacturer of the command high prices for some (
    Let it majestic slavery ? The success ol Ihe j i4 he not the sole inventor Regency entire is to be unceremoniously sliipped years come.

    confined once to her.top and The it beats no more. Ncr is this oak can find no root there-the stately edifice notabe teacher has not been every where the same, because famous patent fresh sal to be sprinkled on the tails -.-though it : be yet some time before Your, 'FEtzI'o.:
    came cause orates| on everv foundation. Among such a rabble you may all were not equally competent and equally taithlul. of South Gulls and Boobies ? Was it not enough irviy

    Powerful Jon*, tjnnatural nation of Western Europe, and hence tha't have temIory) regulation ot arbitration and police The Frenchman who but taught his pupil lo ting foi Webster and Cass to be admitted fo the honor of Mr. Fitltnore mukes his Hrleciion. It is impossible I '* What I a-lmire in Columbus! ," Tur ;. i.

    5.srs. hascotered peace, which, /ur more than thirty I -but a governmentstrong lo protect, strong to restrain and lo dance, and to practice hi old abominations co-operating with him ? And as lo Mr. Foote, it | (lo ;iie's who \vili be in the next cabi got, '. U not his hnving diiscuvered says world

    produced and Europe ai with a death |>ell, and consecrated by the affection and reveienceof in a new way was flogged with his own birch and ought to satisfy his an.hitioi. to he allowed lo take ths net. Forty difierent cabInets have been named a ,

    cauws of mischief preparf><| more 8Ufierine and rjore the people, a fotlre at once and a temple"-Ihe barred out- The Englivliman, in his serene ell-( little of Ihe little Pacificator. So be it, sir, worthily but oflbein aiithentic. It i is rumored but his having gnn to search for it on thp L
    than half century of war had is impossible. The rock built it and he wear il. I am af aid none faith of "
    ever done. But thing anopolis of complacency contemplating his own imaginary supeiiorily ha* he won long may an opinion.
    the ; be of 's'ar--
    Uhake it off evi ., uon thtmnt1 J.ev dare Tennessee stands on yonder hill, and there it will over allothern tip at last for being wi er indeed it may cost him dear. vEsop tells us of an that Mr. JJott ii to Secretary

    Bttim chafe However the angry .pitit of liial fland It is built! of rok, for il kiauUon a rock ; than GOt d! himself, broke un his school and dismissed eaele. lhal looping from hir lofty cliffs pounced ona though other strong names, among them ExGov. Old customs are rooled in and! upheld by I. 4 '
    tuora efreduidant may the restraint ; however the c.le. und there they wi'l Btsni together till the foundations iiis pupils. & far, we have stood (nanlif'ly to our hob. and bore it away ; at t the sight which the Jont Tennessee, mire named for that Ignorance. Men cling to them bscause they .

    .Population may ca4l for the I.t. the earth are sh?ken. But well oost. Wd have not, in-Iced studied nffbition of so routed that he tried lo do
    1in ctblood, the Immense flied ri as might as weotightall a crow was post._Richmond Enuirer.'a are old, when, could they trace them to thiel i: .
    taflufaeturin capital invwted in I you build Niiclr a structure on the marshes gt f the the duties ol our position ; hut we are finding them, the like, and lightinz on the back oan old ramtan- sbatnsd F

    PCpUlat! 'rho estabbshnentj,, bread Ihemulfitudinou. lower Mi! ?isifplastorslablinh anything deserving and the improvement of the negro, phyVic.il, moral i /ied his (itt in the wool, and got hi* mck twuU J by origin, ihey woqH: be to r4occi

    depcaJs upoa them, compel! ftc came 01 a fre., stable! and caJuring g-nvrnment and intellectual, is our witness that we hare not the Slier-herd Sc we have all een h u- tha strong lovc thy nrighbor aa t them,
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    Hrcr 2eaid in 1310. Ecquiret) appealed in ihe S.
    We, there 2tverutnPnt rn tbose princii| 'J 1\is '.i.itoouded Lthiii Liivrarj
    fort'; iWiliia &. Journal. fore(4JrIrri9Iise]are cim/7/c.J by i to choose Congress.either Mr Clay'sCompioinUe t lliM \.l.iZ leo+ rs. aol the in i.stej, onJfarninjr ffljc jfloribum & Some scribler in the last Sentinel renews Mtsi-ngrr, 'evt'ralyears *inc.-.

    The Adjustment. the E't.cti'i: .' 'la ii. IT Anarchy: the I trick that Ind been plared on. 'he charge thui Maj. Beard wa* a Whig in C-
    &, C. n. DYKE
    M'MPRR II.In nnd Revolution. We ate willing to t. ke the 'h'-m. ami the frt that they ha i mI.Iiselse.: I 18 1 JO. Aa I hat p-Mitifintn vvill doubtless! answcr Taking t'Oier Tack.

    my It't t, I think; I demons'ratpd clearly Ii nt." been made thn instruments by which {,ie ,J l. KDITOHS AND PROPZ'.ICTOr.S. for himscif rith"r: on the slump or thro'the We ht week frankly confes. d toe

    ihc fact that the Bill organizing Territorial. \ 'Iiit h is il C''"' IP to ''his, that ihe measure! tejitidii hid: been achieved t'lrned up n iheir columns of this T some other press, we !p43ticss of the ta'k of top? e
    peasinj Florid"Whig
    - (; ) f T Ulali and New Mexico. *'u.frceu1 of f nir rights ;ui'l] the ton? of our (deuui.d are laiibless leaders, and expelled the great body Saturday, August 3, 1850. the

    the Prnvi, and t-erured existence to be limited by a willmgnes.:: ou the part of a of thi-ni' from Connies. This was a sire lesson shall say little o'irselves except quote an extract and Florida! Sentinel: at the scmifa

    beyond) {] all contingency or dntilil. This I1ei.is ? : fir.iiical I i majority in Congress t lograt.t t them ? ''nit <>t.t' which political I }&nnetv and lA\f\ DEMOCRATIC N)3IINATION.( or I Itvn from St. Augustine papers publi.sqrd -the WbJg having cbnrg-d M.ij. Beard wi'h: (1

    OtC of the inducement* tendered! *lt. South I D'M s it comport with I the dignity of .1 gallant? dealing! req-iired and one wiiich it wislbougbtwoul in 1642, vvhirh! we find in the last the terrible Atilt of Tippecaroebra in
    for their arq-iiescenre in hiP afJLu1I'O i! w, of California short l not be so'iti lorcotlen by Whij; leaders. 1945,
    Hiid free people to say, if a measure, fnr rcm CONGRESS : Jacksonville:. The first ii while the Sentinel was for holding
    into {lie Union (or we should) 5" "rt th" !But the lesson! !ii been loo sooi forjrottpn.- him rpnns'.ble .
    of our actual: right*, (now tit-nrtnded! by' I from t\e St .1uxnliiie llciafil, Sij-l. 19, 1J42.COL. for
    wise !OSP sight! of the fid that the ndmi ion South iu Convention,) c.'ull I"* adopted! it j 'J'he last :"I'lieriini, of Whig i ;puliticiKits at I MAT.\ .TOH>: BEARD: SANCHEZ. supporting Van Buren, t\en

    nf California is tbe gr"at end aiin-'d! nl?, anti would please us, I Int ;l ha been refused u< j Philadelphia.: divc.; r.liug again the Mine list of knowing. (*ays that paper.) firm Van Duren',

    thee tide mcisures are only! tendered! a* and we :ar* cnmnrllal! lo s'ibrnU or resist ? A honored mm; 's, united on an 'M| suMier for Oi: Saturday we received! information that j published letter to that he was cf
    and Barbecue.We
    rij'jiralentslothn South fur the outrage which choosing bt'lvveen (the allermtives of the Pre51Icvho! Knew; nut hain r of politics Meeting the tiutilina!ion of Col. Sanchez, reappointed opinion that Congress has the

    is fioughl to be. practiced on her. We hivp |I ppnp'.e dishonor an I Mibmissinn; fumpt Hcd to Milnniijto nothing) of the n-uureand comp'ex'! machiiienf are authorized?! and! requested, to incite IT. S. Maislial (for this DistriH has been rejjctfd slavery in the District of power" abolish
    *een ihe practical woiLings of the 'IVrritori.il ; I the fiist fin fear of etiI.tq'It9IefS$ Can f our goveinment, and which, according to t nieelinj?! .f the Democrats) ? of Leen County ;iiy the Senate; l by a Mrirf p-irty vote. svith.

    Bill, and all may judge a< to tin- am aunt> of this be a voire from the I ind it'I'r'u and hi< I Daniel Ueb !ier. WTS ** a nomiintion not fii; to nSATUUDAY' the 17i'i' of August irotnnt, Tin: NEW M \ KSHAL.Mnjor out: intending to claim any great credit for t

    inducement! they isfier. Ll us proceed lo the laliant a snrhii-< who !" l-itely uufmled single! l-e in tIP." Gen. Ta\l'r wa lepined availnble. the fiir free confl-rence and Union John Beard Jr., Cl-rk ol our Superior Maj. Beard for his support of Van Bu>?n. jt
    it I ,
    eiaminaiion of another of the! condiment* with and claim to Cipitol: Court has tieim appoi ted and confirmed a-
    banded and a'one' the banner of resistance, I His I principle virtue only being a source rather of mortification
    vhich the tiat'I'i'i. dose is to IIP washed d iwn and! look i-su" with this simt* government, to availability! urew out ol the ftc? ih it he had jpon an Assembly I ticket.A Marshal! of this Disiiict. pride to a Ds-mocrat than

    the Southern throat, Tie Fugitive Slave the impudent (dictate of vvhirh, I the entire headed our victorious armies in Mexico, and Barbecue will In servetl! up on the occasion Major B. is a democrat, and since the prr many ever to hare toted

    lliil." Here is MJim-lhing inte resting, something South! is now compelled in siilniit. or encoin-! conducted to a successful, terminationlrrt the ', of which the people generally are invited srrijiion of Col. Sanchez was irrevocably deleimined (or that infamous renegade-we neverthelen!

    to captivate the gpjierou* feeling of the ter the same perils whMi (Georgia iiivikl, Whigs a a piity called: a "G'J J a'' honed |, to pirlake. on, there i* n nun wr would sooner thought that advocacy of Van B'jren in ISIO(),

    ,South! and secure their support t 24) the ,n4a'Ir' and which she pledged herself lo meet in the war :'' a war in which every officer :and pri. see holding the i.flic**. Our Whigs who have njt more culpable than pleading for Fillmore

    In order In understand! exactly what our Conrtitulional I heroic firm.r'ss: of her noble sons Shame vale wii* a pirate, and for whom Tom ('orwin, It is earnestly: hoped that every Democrat) l.m hot el so. i inci'ssuitly for it Irive been cruellytreated in 1519. Van Bur*>n, in the

    rights! arts on this"subject, and t.. I .ch.in' .' it. Not a single person, 1 ven. lie WhiAj j ix ol I llie United i'-tiale. bcsnut'ir' in the (County, will be present at ihe meeting. by their fnVnds in Congress thev referred comm-ideation
    concedes to rights upon haiuis aid have: neither victory nor poiN.. Majot B. belongs lo, arg-ml l agaiii.ce the abolition Ot'
    what extent this Bill: us I lure to who participated in I the proceed the :M-xicans: t Ic furnish blowly ; C
    compatible! with a fair interpretation of hut ing* of say.t the 'tl :icon meeting, butlio belieed hospilaMe graves." This was t.'ie tin n, irei i Judge Tucker's Speech. not to the Ir5ctiPt ion" school. slavery in the Di tiict Columbia ; Fillmore

    article, it rmy 'liP well! to examine them to- I that we are entitled, under the Constitution, from t the great t ace Id htm ol I hunnn' I blood, I that Read the racy Speech m.tde. by this gen-. And I i in the same paper, of i the same d'lte: in the letter q-ioted. not only expressed him.

    nv"iher.! rTbr Constitution pjouJc: .ib-it.!) .. '- -- ...s'l* ,'I. t in i'. ilC Inp M< Whi" revilers chose to be-tr th"ir bamer: ,I.s__.. $iu. Vqhvi!.. ('nvpit.n. n otrnat we find the following, paragraph; :- self in favor of the abolition slavery i ir
    :N.I h, all oi our acquired leimories witli all I II atM .MUlint rmmoir. a third .. man Ooiti No tiianks jo the Senate that Marshfil t tijg
    State, under lie IHVAS thereof escaping; into I from which will be found the first a whig District but in fivor '
    of of *
    another, shall in of !law or I of our pp'peily ofvlntev: >r kind ; yet the the great St.ite of New York, was selected on page tea not (lpJOiflled. for they had nocrrince its immcd.atc' abo.lilion .
    consequence any Xa hville Convention agiee to be excluded for; the Vice Pr'sithrmv. Mr. Fillmore as to-day's paper. of showing a whitish preference. Had one !
    therein he fiom such
    l emulation discharged
    I from three.fourths of il, and from all stated nt all times was seKvted been I
    entirely was proper whig nom.n sled, wou'd'iit they have To us it sterns a very trivial fault to
    service or labor, hut shall! be delivered u > on hare
    ; the rich mineral deposited, and cliim to occupy ,not) onl> with a view to carry the Eriire] First Bale of Cotton. Awallovvrd him like a trout ?" voted either for
    claim of ihe to \rboni such service or la.bormay or Van Buren
    bs due.patty" I on'y' a rcserxMiit lin) :: South of Ji'J' 30. 'J'he State, because of the honor terideied htr in The first bale of new Cotton in our mirkcf, The r.ext extract is from she famous "lYezr.,*' with the irl10.
    I North no. we can't grant that. We will selecting? one of iiei own sons for that compared support, by ih g
    This is a plain constitutional and] sty repo'I.'ido or in any other so fir as we have seen, was then edited by Thomas T. Iiu' cl! bitter
    guarantee I resolve that lhn *4 lex /i'a"' of Mexico exclude! ) station, but because of his thorough .den. a who kt.ewhis history, of Fillmore in IS 19__.
    protect* us fully ; and with a view to the pro. received yesteiday from the plantation of W.A. Whig, now Receiver of Public St.
    .ou. \Ve will resolve that the Territorial tty; with! the Free Soil or Proviso pry, in Money at Voting for Fillmore was in effect 8ajin ball
    per administration of this article. Courses! in. L *gNlatuie (after wo have oiganiz."i them feeling! sentiment, and interest ; and ip} appeal Carr, l-!'q., on Lake: Jack on. and purchased Augustine : Northern men, no of
    1794 passed n law for carrying it into lull of.feet. purposes a""ressiun
    without any l further insertion of the I'rovis ,) | wa< nude in his behalf! by AUioit I ITenet' Law- by James M. Williams, I>q., at 12 cenls.Qijul'ly .- From the St. .1nV9line ..YVic Sept. IS-12. the South
    What then Cosurres, do thin upon ever advocated
    more, can jet by the abo.litionist .
    bas been done ti enforce this provision of the shall pas no law: touching the iu'yect' of Afiij j j our present Minis'er I ti, KnglaiH! and : middlin (fiir." "The Herald ifthis( week has a lonz article for Mr.
    ( FiHrnore!
    and further law which J all I the speakers of I that latitude: tl-'tt went the foil
    Constitution ? It is hue thai of the free can slaveiy ; that any iy Mump on time subject! of Col. Sanchez' rejection by
    iitates (as they are called,) have many parsed laws I i she mty jtt'S shall, before g-iiu into effect, he was the man fir the tim-s ; tli3: }h" ( Ab.j Mass Meeting in Georgia. I the U. S. Senate, and t the appointment of m-ij. length of"the Y.I'M Abohton Society,) can

    by their Lepisint: res annulling this, aiticle nftbe I] be subject? to our apprtt ;tI. Wjh: all these j !Iaiit L'twrence.) either had in his po ket orj Then is to be a Mass Meeting! of the friends I Beard to I the o'nVe iii l'. S. Marshal l for the command a sufficiently strong oojpction |to

    Federal Constitution, and forbidding die I powerful guardv, a poitioi: cf us will agree to ]j had: seen a confidential letter from GCMI. Tay. l-'aslcrn District) of Florida." keep Southern Whig* from our "

    eurrender of fugitives, under high penalti.Ikat .- settle$ the question, for the urcsent, on! the con- j ior, in whicl; he pledged] himself not to vrto Southern Rights at Miron;, on the 22iJ instant. ..'tier clothing Col. Sanchez with: all the Indeed seeing the zeal with which Mr.support.
    i ditioii: that v.ill aUow tOe /f ( ali. the Proviso if cd Ciaures Twenty thousand Ciuorgians, at leasf, Cab-
    in what way does the Fugitive Slave Bill ; ou empire < > i pss by and that mtuthit! can adorn humanity, and investing ell! and other Southern
    now tn obvia'e tbi*. or render the j furnia: to le sm'i: 'ed into the Union \\i'b' her I as it vas safe: in the( Lower, ilo.ue and in aoj are expected In meet in council on t that or.cation. him with lh-J highest ij'ialifi-ations for olfice, Whips sustained Fill.
    grievance less oppressive and insulting to the [ i wo Senators and two members in the L-'wcr j danger from General: T.iyl'T, it \vas highly The right spirit is abroad in our to all which we irive no objection, he informIK -* I more, what waslo prevent the Northern breth.

    South than heretofore ? They p .op in this House, to swt'll] tl n iniluence by v, Licb we i ii |. important to secure fur it I the casing vote in sister State. that the Col. %' a sacrificed by the Semtebesymc I ren from supposing them ready. with: a little

    Bill; a fiibatantjw amend-new of the Contiiui.linn. i propose; to a;'ai! y "1. 1 Hera i is the i jue, discly i the Senate, here ;pirtit's were likely t to lie z'a Democrat. lie was sacrificed I persuasion, to sustain his ritirs-this in regard

    They take up the Constitution wbeie it : : m-de: a-jd I yetv find Georgian? ''' equally! thi t ided. Tl.e North vvas t'lu' urged! The Compromise.Tlic on tie! altar of t whiirnery !" which! wil. j to the Di.sfrid of Columbia, together with therest.

    provides that the fugitive tknl! be delivered] up i smarting under a vi.ae of ihe wrong tendered: to pres forward, t that Gen* ill Taylor could be amendment to the C<> >e Hill proscribe! all I 1) -mocrafs, IH, matter how pure i The most suicidal act 6Vne
    on claim of the party to whom Mjr s'rve or ] ihenu i !eaJ -. oh.! d-iii't, d, n' insist on this t trusted on this qii'-stiou. and, would! not: exer- rnproni their clnrac'er* or how hijjh! thfir qualificai ever in the
    labor may be due, and aid that it tiiall f
    be tie duty of the party claiming to sus'ain thut xl'ith: tlj.-y w-oii't: allow it, and w sh-ul beI of Fil'more a< Vice Piesjderit, I lln; North Iiad been i in 1913.j ._

    claim at law, ntvl upon a tcind for a thousand I (r-fiut-r./// to take what we can g* t, or lake retained the lion's r tt-t. This ncs the atcu- ; boundary" of New :Mexico t the p'lrs'li"! of i vim? Setritc turns n.nn'I on I procures the j The leader of thai party in Florida at that

    (dollar Tliis is an act that bcc-Mirs fuaJi.rneutal th" con-i-q-ioncee. i ij I me tit 'if the free Sl'i'es and i heir orators, ftnd |I! 31, was ejected in tw! S.'tia'e on t the J.OJi nomination of ano'her Dt-mocra, tlmj. Beard.i j time wa the Hon. C.! C. Cubeil. Two
    in itschaiacter.aad be t j !IJ"au'itul, ilht-tritton of Sou'bern feeling.: i il.-ou: h it was no the j jN ji'h. i and confirms his nomination: ; unani vju ly, disre years
    tnt ? ot tm'rg-d 'i'he am'Midment alteringtht I boMnd.uy of Ca'i- have The
    ) I now
    i and still t i: beuuti'tj i illustration of tb fcr it it i pat. people have had time
    inn* lelatio' and to wind mare : spitiii was literally true vet was a ;I -irding hi* Dem iciatic principles! wiiich wej
    my clearly a ; of that jjubJe of who in "7G.( xvheniN'med burning shame thus I fbrnia, utTered byllm t sam" jiPiitlem'in, haviig for retl-ciion--fr sober s-cond thought. 'Jr.CabH
    Cotirejona enlaigoim-ut if the 01 i rac.1 pttriutt : Jo imp'" c ? upon the hn- J j ar wiiriantcd Iii Sa) log were well kiiwun to .

    the Constitution: v r iL?. u''jec'' ; anJ pirneis wiiile j Uio .e rigldu itieMmubjc t: taII'Sts; of the South. They t4Po!< Fillmore. !. : Itecn with Ir.iwn by bun. WMS moved :again I the Vv big nrij'jrity of t their body." .or the first lime since his tt e lor

    .>' |n i! ijrjt to c<"int :she csN or theqlIoiIet fne- upon the pledge of thcii leaders tint he t :is liy Mr. Iit t vote of 20 Fillmore is
    it purpotl ati to ti! 'Musev! <'* of ircliy 1 igiiud'iiui true, and if t they could: have been
    an atj: n vo.iution *
    j ji
    enlarges :he power* of th Constitution to : 7-eight: Senators representing .lav. Whigs of St. Augustine in IS 10, we are very We await, and with confidence, I he judgment
    IrtJt but dviiiuni ap1p i c..ufisicild that: hf' vvis tii 'inc'iaiiiriittiismu; ; i
    embarrasses \\\\t\ owji r of a iu itiv. in bi i .*aling 'II the Gi l of jt.tulo lor; the witu: jecoTpyy far bev tid! thing < 'iired by the -
    Ad ot 1794 : su* i!'any this ws all r" ]the sul.stan- ;i of *Iinir puiposes, they spread the buin: r of, that he ino.v in a wiy to t prove himself; tf ( ihenegalive. I tie editor of the Aieccs. Instead of this, that man in mayor of immediate ahwluism slater/!

    live wrong proposed in thi I flu! to be South, ,1 rasis'aiice! and witfwt 'nv.! withou' c edit, i ii be in this higher pheie of action they would I As to the prolrible: pa sje .,the; IMI; opinions ptileexprecs surprise that the Senate, aHer ,1 in the District. Will ibat judgment Fie a sen-

    it wouJdbc j i without HPUS or mut ition of war, they} bt.re 1 1t no more have Jiffmlod iilru th! .*ir suSraU's'tha '. Ion" ofth11 fl tltimore Stiu., i bi well done "
    ; 1t'o,,4 obnoxious, but the IJiil prop. i ife : vary. F3s_ : rrj"ciiifj cirn D.'in'jcrs.t) should turn round ;i tence !I" or "impart forever
    it to victo secured their jight-s. and Iran* 'i they wiiilu have appiird! the burning Tag-
    y. : > ]
    toovenid tat,- law and S'ate svivereigiiiyni t "I I consiiler ltd compromise bill as de-id, land proctte th'1 nomination another; in the from our service ? Can vre duab: which it
    ve1i ib., | iflit41l: Iii posterity a le:ary which can only! Hot to their own l :a.it! itt.in. !l'i!' it is too 1 iLt.: f
    ac Fr1 tit1 Cisi4itu'iin., ,Iii sur.rPciefl unh'is. the votes ol \I r. Kinir and Mr. Clnn"ii1 -
    f v hvii ;li' :ir (! 'y-n-rit son*, shall: 1 h-iiv now to remedy lb -v.J! !by the S'lfTiajr s of the : j person of Mnj. Bran! :;in.i couftrm his 'will be ?
    entire jju ijcttou ovr the wiojeci to C -'. 4' other! 'S.Mitl.eia S>?;iitois: cai: be
    (;ongriit. In v\at .iy ? I wil!i ati wer.-.- i fitr 'itt n th&vj ir tirtu'-s, and disquded tlir S''nh.'r.. q''S Urr ; r.evuej to iJitChief': uonriiiatt'd, by atnendrn'>." norninition! tmin'rnousiy, 4idisregar.Jing his s But the Sfiiiiitcl L.I* tutUi'u aj ut.'* It

    *Iz 5 owner i is r nin d, before gfUijig I.TJ : -. K\ecntivc Chair of I ihUt.ion, and from thai I Democratic principles! wnirl.,'" continues I the ; nuw thinks that Maj. Bfard Harrison
    ] pusses- If:.fs t fa'p depend* m the vote of either of j
    Tir i i'.iiits ; tbls up
    f article 1 l
    \ MgtwH: r vi'ig hijlh an cntnmin'iuiz i'ion, w.ll all the
    Sian po
    Ijifi | ropur< to i4ur u, <. a Lied fur 1 '. : ; the its doom i is senled. Mr. j J\Vfc.r, '* we ar \varrantpd in savins were veil j man in laitl. U b almost uiraid that be JI)
    on* tbousand d liar rotiutioiiej Jilled: baU reset! ir another tiiniiprin $trjeIiJt .z. arti2erv:! of overi': ,irnt 'lint i jt at (he conniandf gentleman,
    - toe arri-vs at borne wiib, bis rerhinjed that f.ijitive., when !;' other poriiotii of the !I1l! under e.iiiiJ.cia1i4I. 44 the Pioaident be tlireclcd n Ki.-jsl us. Fel- King ha< o.\prestly declared that to secure knur.'i to the I' klg ni'ijjrily of thfir inn/y.*'- ?; not vote for Mr. Ytiice iti.yl >. Hv dii.

    be shall submit to he rraigied: by I hat fii. j :]6 39. j I.'W citir.'Mi'', awake, aroti'e yourseUrs lo a hit vote, I the Uili!! mi-t limit the Southern: bouiidary I It would !HT a little singular! if in- Whig, who 't Ireisiiiglhismii-if !be t- the S-ut.uei. To(Link

    the in a (rcxnlioo) suit at law. far the pur- Madison 1 Florid, July 22, I 1SOO.Tor oense of j ..ur danger. \V!Iligs at: 1 Dcnucrals. of Caliiorni'i to 3.> :',0, and reduce the t never forgive! a ma3r leaving their rank-, I that there should be tie sligirtest ground fcr

    hose of sustaining that (fugitive** ri ht ti' freedom. t who wore misled and al'ii-od! by ynjr paity: should in a. body vo'e for a man v ho only two belief that for Mr. VoIce! a geiJiem.in: whose
    entatioi in the Itu'e! member.
    Anti thus tie Fioritl.an .. Journal.) leaders, and who ln\v !been ma'-j! tLf instiiimnts. npre one
    does Cotj ie a sunip to establish I jyr'ars before bad! his
    by its own acts new lela'itins between The; Midden and unexpected death of I'rcsi. ) in I lie band "f (!ieMirtiity;! r.i-'n.of vtoik- :.Mr.i CJemniH will not vote fir it with amendmjtit.s I flung" up cap Tipi j t mme the Eiitor'sptn never writebut when

    uz) o'it? own dishonor! to th shoit of these. We infer! therefore i pecan. tbe matter and -lav.. und to control an J deride dent Taylor, nnw? fortbe present unscule? triiuy i j' your co-no) ? rescue, ,
    these relations by a Federal Court and J-Vdc- political$ relations in the South, an1 cnti bardU illustrate your faith, and'! vindicate; ti'tvirityof ? tint the :me'is-jre i i.< ilca I. I very hour they vveie all voting for him, acting I! chaise: for the Sentinel's: first v.-ord of praise,

    ral Officers, in the midst of a fcovereign State: |! fail: I most solemnly to imprixg t tj Ii( Whisr pitty } our |.tit.cipes! by again, as in 151-. ar-J ir. the rar.ks of their political opponents. To t is :to ba found ia suppoit of sorae such scheme

    and over the head of her sovereign la JTS re. ( with) n K"iise of i '.)H'ij,' and cortfuion. Whateer i, rdiuniiig v' ur :lenders and expellinj: tln-m from j The Cabinet. grant this would be giving the.n credit for as the Clay surrender-the la'ougut that for
    d.lT'trence of )on; confidence and fiom the public! council* i iI
    nlating and <*6tabuUng! these reati: i No opinion miy hones-tly | The Cabinet announced in last than claim for themselves
    I oj I the 1'hiii i is il-ie e'vem new rur more liberality they any cause-absrr.ce from the State, sickness,
    'iieitioti has been tnore tacreJly guarded th'in bave <>xisie.i arii'Mii ti* on the su'ij"ct' of i th-- country. lo you j
    sLi by the klavehoiding Sta'e or ni'ire stn.1t23ufl1y opinions of ti! late !I\ecutive in reference to less I than it is due to. I the section in wkich you i j! h:is !been confirmed by tbe Senate. Corwitsnomiintion or the world will ever conceda to them. personal tlifP'rencejtLe t Denfocratic Candidate

    from the Federal jurisdiction.] ? The 1 1tareholdinz the slivery
    State*, in the <*\prcise of an en- j j the min-J of any hoiieit\Vhig, North I or So'ilh, j i was a noble tiiagiianimity! of feeim aud] |{'I tiorca opposition, and was only con irmed by j I this subject, closes. as f,lim! > : I s'ireiy will break the Sentinel's heart. I Is
    a tine i dcV','i'in to ,,; ve when rai'tl'! in
    JigbVm-d bunmiity, have provided prcper as to the vi it.t and njiiuintK 'if th" accidental Senators' retirngfrom their seats, and thus refusing Tlie.sf thing*, however do not particularly I there no bairn in Gileau Is there r.o physician
    checks and guards for ev.*ry claw of rights involved President, Fiibn >r*. I Il I* stands fir;hi in I the 1 18 iU. nn J midto swell the majority lor those concern the U'higN and they should! take it a*
    who to vote. They shouM have remained: I -no consolation-no hope ? Aa*, ala!.
    in the scope of her *p.'dal j-iris-diction. fullness of a well diwlo, ed clnracier. arid were deluding you, you turned upon those a compliment that their t
    who mnisl l"d you. an.J pride them f. tl the infi'iee and opposed him to the "bitter en.]." I Hij I opponents so gene we have no remedy-:n> .MorrisonPill-note
    Under the writ of be : -
    JLibeas Corpus" all!1 p. r- j i! none imy so h-ir.i'y as to deny !him the virtue rally select a? their fuglemen, those who have
    _ _ ,ionj he'd to service impropi-rly. ran be ;ntitle'l of afti'l t; 'i blo *.Jud I Ki fP SoiVr.If : of honest; p ;wer. A greater dcp appoin'm'.T.t to a seat in the Cabinet is an insult been so recently: associated with us in polilrcil ol old Dr. Tovvnsencl's Sarapariila. So that

    to a heariag and lo full redress under ht. we look! to the posilirin of Mr. "jjl-noro tin has: now b-eu practiced u..n yon ; a I to the country. It is a reward: !however, fellowship. Their State ticket in ISIS we fear that when we shall hereafer enquire

    **atute of the Sou'hcui! Slate*, and I have yet j I during th" cat va" which he rnide in the State ception which involves not a [.oitic"al! bb.irac. fur the atrocious and gracefiil, senlin.ents had!, if we intake not, four or five of this I il it recovered from thi* snr? affliction, his re-

    lo bear via case in which a person entitled t to i i of t New V.irk for (PlC of the !highest State oflj.i ( ; lion: hit your rih's; y.;,ur property, your honor character upon it ; and the practice appears I
    like that of old fienmi Gor. Duval)
    I uttered by !him durir-g the Mexican war.-- i ply our loan
    and all that is fieeme'n.
    freedom who has been subjected lo sfirvicfi. j i ces, immedj.itely preceding hij canvasf f fir the 'ar lo t Millard! to show that, while I hey feel bound to oppose I
    lias failed Vice shill! Fiilrnorr, the Wiiml Prorvmitl the 7'ecSitilcr ITtrc la Meiiam" said he, I would grret ?jterrrition; equally innocent, will be
    to receive jauicc in the Courts of j Presidency, we s.ee thi! he literally us and keep up; their own [parly organization,
    lie States, vLvn properly applied for. Why. floated in'o ofrre 0:1: the flood title of Fiee and AboJiti-jintl, is Pie-ident of thi*>eUnitcil you with bh-jdy Jua-li, and welcome ion to yet, in general they preler men who have no"-that! it lingered five or sii days and

    then, throw f upicinn on thii ficl by intcrpuing Soil and Ab'''lition sympathies. Aside fro.n ( States and many of you have been 1w'ji.'ib1c grace" been educated out of it." died." If so-r&jitiescat in pace-be its

    *- Federal *n cttnpnls ? Why override the pKtfor.ii! as i4ned him by the \Vhig p4ity mid? t-> ai 1 ill his elevation.: : Did you know It is repotted that Mr. Pearce ha* declined] This sounds very well, coming from a piper epitaph"

    Stale laws and State sovereignly in this of bit Slat**, and which he occup'o-l with zr'al it ? Certainly not. Then i to t he rescue, let _ _
    as Secretary of the Interior. Ilttl the X. Y. which has (twice, in the short! period of
    set house in order
    1 Ia.
    zeal for the of and be a-JJrcsscd us our ana bear down
    slgLts the negro, and thus i iutjtcJ delight, was by) the Presid.ntof From California.
    fore I the of dllhos l I It Tiibune of ;the 2Gth this is not trm I If t, 'hree supported two gentlemen for Gorei
    the mighty Cu. public opinion says years -
    the} Abolition the
    maMei to heavy expanse* of :t an Society on I su1>j j"ct of his i The S'eamer Crescent City his rrricd
    nil at Uw, which \vould devolve on him, w1ir. opinions to'iching the) power of Congress to t hit, tefuse to repent, ami come out! boldly however, observes that pijt'r, Mr. P. should n r ..Fioridu, b. :tb of vv bomlt were educated from Chacres, with a small amount of gold

    iher Le eat or vvus cat by bis *!avc The abolish! sl-ixeiy in the District of Columbia and] against those who sc I: trj subvert the istitJ- po. ilively decline, we understand his successor out of the Whg: ranks Who! we would
    dust, and 137
    answer i h plain the motive i js obviou It of iis olicy. I lie responded and lions of our country, and to destroy our uviii passenger's.
    cblablKhes j piomptly uri- will! probably be ch.isen from Tennessee, inquire of that paper, was the first Whig) candidate
    political amid s .cia I equality. There has been another destructive fire ia
    a precedent, and aflords the North -quivocally, asserted their constitutioaa!
    right either ( ov. Jone., or M. P. (Sentry, M. C. Cor Governor of Florid i, and vv hal were
    with a strung and elevated! ;platform! on wbicbto to do so, and' defended its policy. At that San Francisco. Over 300 houses were destroyed
    bland in future, an J from uhicb tuatkailand: time the abolition of slavery in the District of Madison, Floiida, July 13, I 13.10.Mr. (). Bulb are god men." Xo doubt of it. Mr.jfntry his politics up to IS 10 2 With which of the -!Io>s estimated at 4,000,000. Our

    uproot the inbttt1ticn in the Siat,# It grants Columbia was the highest point of attack S Kill. more ,anl' lo tI.ti Jlnc: Abolition : Socirtv ( i is one of the two members of Congre two political parties did the present Governor friend Bartkll the suffer

    Congress the power to citale new relation* wbicb bad been unrn-j'ked. and few, if any, of in 1S.TS: in hubstanco, I am in fdvi.r of the immediate s from slaveholding States, who voted to of Florida act previous (to his emigration!: hither young I was among

    l?elwefn mabter! and sUve, anJ ici control! and I the m'ist xealou' of the clan had hojoJ; ( toI abolition of slavery in the District ol Coiuinbu admit the Ielegtte from lime Mexicans and unto Virginia 1 Will the venerable editor e rs.
    decide those relation! ffarh at early a this the fairground This ha* nevc-r l'fen retraciid [,v him. atid
    by :U own co'irU, Uvv, I to periol as The California filled with new
    h v\cvcr h.irsh. the cprrion 4gf l nnr corfcspciiuifnit'uy [Indians of New Mexico to a seat in the House. of the Whig organ answer ? The Sentinel pipers are
    .f which
    and ofilceis. Tbi i is a i Mt and aii.imi'ir. l.opu they have (.f raninghum"
    ; Mfin, il \varr-jultd l Mr. discoveries continued
    by i"s of and the
    opin gold ,
    tall point ain.yd. It eSi-vaie! the save' for pointembraced in t the Clay Adjut'iient.IS'jt ions. Kii The exclusion of that delegate t the Tribune talks as though no renegade" democrats

    the time being to a position of .*q>r !i'v with lo the poiiit. 15y what ag"in: and l Iiy denounces as a betrayal; of ihe North"'* as were ever made tilemneti" by the immaculate success in working the old one It is estim

    _________I lis master and be bcorma what and by what political Further Advance iu Cotton. ated that over 30,000,000 will be taken the
    not a chattel, but' party nece.ssity, the most disastrous vote for freedom, and the : Whig party Four limes have they
    an integrat.t of the} soveieign flementv! ( of th' hate we been placed in the dan ero-is posit ion Niw YORK, July 23. next .oeason..
    moat unjust vole in itself which has disgraced sought to make Clay President, since he deserted .
    State, and lastly it depreciates the value of this which we now occupy ? These am grate The steamship Asia arrived at JIaliJax at of
    but nine o'clock last with the present ses>ion of Congress !" But Mr. the Democratic party and allied him A correspondent of the N. Y. Journal
    of which
    The the ,
    t.pecies property. escaped fugitive is questions questions to t p oii! of evening Liverpool dates
    hardly worth pursuit. Thexpen*>pg attending the South h-i\e a right to requite plain and to the i 13: instant. Gentry tried to preserve the North from this self wiih the federalists "They prefer men Commerce says that the seal of Government

    4 his pursuit and arrest in a free State, tu- categoiical; answers. I If I ih'i masses; nf t ilu> Liverpool Cotton Marfat_ \,, advance cf base "betrayal" of her rights !-he voted who have been educated out of it !" quotha will be located at Vallejo, or Napa Biy, near

    peradded to those involved in a knit at law: at Whig party Sonih have been deceived and a |d. has taken: place during the week iu middling with Giddings, Thaddeus Stevens, Preston We opine from the pertinacity with which the Straits of Carguina. The question is to |
    borne are equivalent' to his value and misled by I leaders, it is their mi-fortune qualities. Sales of the week
    party 83,003hales.
    not only
    King, and others of their tribe ; and therefore they have clung to the great embodiment, that be submitted to the [people for their decision |
    destroys all pecuniary motive I lo pursue I him. and not 1 their fault, but I the fault will i I I become .
    )nut induces masters rcfeiding in States adjoining theirs, if they fail to rebuhu cortupt and sefi! >h COKX is firm. he is a good man," and deserving a beat iu this is a lesson they have learned pretty well at the next general election, and they will

    ; the free Sate to sell their tlaveb further leader, wht-ii i they discover the dtngerinto The splendid marble statue Calhoun br Mr. conservative Fillmore's Cabinet themselves. probably! vote to accept Gen. Valley's mnificenl *?-

    South, and thus prepare these States, by th<> which they hat e been Je l. They have been Powers, bus been lost in the wreck of the CliZ'tbeth. proposition. The new city has been

    absence of pecuniary iulcicbt, to abulUh the deceived befiire, and feaifully, did t they visit The Southern Press, Merited Tribute. and of thirty
    recently surveyed, a
    tlu'ir leaders with their New York 'lThreI.-Corroy) The editor of the New Orleans Delta, a company
    sales the
    institution.! party displeasure.In on Alter conceding that the ne-v Cabinet is proprietors organized with the determination
    These are eome of the ends aimed at by I HID I I lie same game of deception' and 'J'Jd! (5000 bales at full prices, and in some instances generally able, notices the ttuuied exclusion college-matfi of the lamented W. II. Brock- Pacific
    to make this the of the r
    this Bill, and are tendeied the South as a boon duplicity: was ;played off on i ihern, and successfully j to \C. advance was obtained. enbrough ofthU state, pays a just and beautifu great city
    of the Cotton and interest the
    - find equivalent for the surrender of her Ter.litorial too, ill:it IMS been played ujion( their in great S.igar-groving tribute to his talemits! and virtues, from whicb whether it shall or shall not be made

    rights in Calif rnia. Can any thing I 1814. Then, discarding Henry Clay, Dan el 8)oNt) ) UFSPATCII. after ibis manner : seat of the State Government.

    exceed its cool effrontery, or could the South V.Vbs'er' ( Crittendi'ii; Uerri m, Maiiguiu. and Niw lURK, July 24, ISoO.JLire'pcr We are surprised however at the local and we make a brief extract : From the annexed fromine

    make a more fatal or ignominious, btinenderof a host of learned and able sta'ccrneti, their Slcamcr A\ia.-COFFKB was firm sectional character of the! Cabinet. Not u He vs a fine dialectician, and possessed paragraph

    her rights ? Suicly not. And may God I buders selected I Harrison I and Tyler, t the fust and in fair demand. single .iieniber comes from a cotton planting an intimate and profound acquaintance with ramento Star of the Oth July, we regret t
    grant that her son may be inspired with cour an excellent, though estremely weak, old man, London Money Maihct was easy. or large slaveholding State-although the most the history and principles of our government. learn ota murderous assault' upon a citizen"

    nge to resist at "at all hazards and lo the lactextremity. the last a* good a Democrat and State Rights There bid been two battles between the important questions now pending, afiect that He was a staunch advocate cube Jvtkrsun. this State-Major Jonathan Vail, formerly of

    ." I hate felt humbled as I read the man and Nullifier ai ever lived. Jly a good 1tiisiaiis and Caucassians, which resulted in a class of Slates more deeply and vitally than ian doctrine of strict construction of the Conbtitntion St. Marks.

    proceedings of an intelligent body of men in deal of tinkering, they succeeded in making: heavy loSs of life on both sides. all others. There arc four members from and wrote many able essays and addresses We learn

    - Macon, Georgia, lately held tor the purpose of the compound tolerably homogeneous to the War i is apprehended between Denmark and shareholding States, Maryland, North Caroli. illustrating and enforcing his views. Robbery and attempt at Murder.! -gentleman

    sustaining t ibis Ctinipi lIIiIbC." The leasons eye of the caielss observer, and by various Prussia.Mr. na, Kentucky and i"hissouri-States of the Wo remember paiticularly one of his productions that at Cruces on Saturday night a his wajrlo

    assigned arc to little iu accordance with the artifices induced' the people lo svallow it.Well t.- Pearce. of Maryland, has declined the smallest: stare population, and supposed to have wkich excited great admiration, and ol. by the name of Vail, from Florida, on oj
    the result 7 Provideriro Secretary of the Interior. for the tamed the high commendation of of the California, via this place, was set upon ,
    gallant sentiment of t'j-at! noble people on what wm in appointment the greatest affinity North. The slave some ami rtM! ** ot
    queniong exciting intcreil heretofore( agitated the extMcist of il.at peculiar care which He holding States left trilhuul a single Reprcsenta- most eminent statesmen in the country. It some of his own countrymen alter cit

    in their midbt. What suy the Compromise hits manifested towards iis as a people! since THIRD I>J>?ATCII.NKVV tire in the Cabinet, are in population, wealth, wa a reply lo a series of articles written by some 300 to S hOt) lirinjr IreadiuSIjj'hrnugKl'<7
    Vail ha
    -- nieti 241 Macon ? our eailiesl history, administered a fearful re. : YORK. July tio, 9. P. M. production and commerce, at least tvvico as the distinguished Judge Hopkinson, of Philadelphia and niari led. Mr. < of recover/

    "Tlie Mi ouri Compromise, as a plan of buke. President Harrison had scarcely asuiupd Fair Uplands, and Mobile 7J ; Fair Orleans great as those who have four members allotted impugning the Virginia doctrine, as this place, and is in a fair way

    self foment of I ho shivery i isi'ues, could il lcadtjifcJ ( the duties of the Executive Chair be. 8 i-I. to them. The three Northern States which it was called, of Instructions. Mr. Brocken- The same arrival brings Intelligence of discoveries

    would meet with our cordial acquies foro he was summoned away, and the duties New York Cation Ma'kel.-The market are represented are ultra sectional in opinion, bmugh's argument iu favor of that doctrine of rich mines in Oregon and grcaescitement

    [ cence. Out the decisive vote in the United of the chief I2ucutii oilicer devolved upon today was firm with s-iles: of 4'JOO hates; Massachusetts New York and Ohio. The was considered a most able and 'conclusive the people! in consequence. -

    States Senate on !'1r. Soulo's substitute fur. "Tyler, too," who, being a Democrat from Middling Uplands are set down at 12cts.$ (four Southern members are of hHi Northern production." existing among

    bids all hope of the adoption of tho .Missouri his cradle up, was forced to administer he Midtiliti Orleans at 1'Jjcts. Whig politics.! This masterly paper (says the Richmn1 '


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    .- e IroriRO in Disguise.i Oivtitutiot.,, ; and In app ,the nie ,,f pffl.jomlu the zeal, fidelity! and ability with which the h-hiiing no observable change in his eneral EI'Ir.RAIW.tTIC COr1TsIttp.e..rtain PROCLAMATION Jt

    I'' i$ known that Mr. Clay, ihe preat nd%of IL%sga'i.I.: 1 i it, a tidWild '.,Jffl > delegates: of f Florida nj.iinuinecl! tli t ihi' 11 IP am nec. S Mr.! I'.ge, rather an .uicletil b'*n'ii," charmed _

    IOC SubmiMsion! Rill now before thIII Cat aid bounr) of the Sale: au:! the Soirh, in the Hit KtceKency G ,v. Hrigg* has fifil hi- by H ymrhfu: fa r out-; eit her a. gove* ,

    C S uihein ConveMliuji.JK signature to the W.irr-rrt" which with these .
    aieasnn why the 3 3nate. IVe S >iblioulJl We tiivp st-en several i has been lines :
    urpfsas )I71 iII:: Rr&drrd? That ih-J address nnd resoli.ii holy transmitted ID ih High SheritT. Fmn "Live, r.if! oil t'.e hirhl lMtr G. p

    1.f satisfied with )his Rill, h't a!, ppcia1 trft'ience to the f.t'tui Sininisle >ns ut t the Coiiieuijoii embodying, as they The family of the prisoner, fur a long time Then Glove i* Li.ve, nud that I send to thte "

    |JjpU h it docs not enact the \Vimrit! Proviso chief, \VilJ Cat. From his niavein1 re.cezitl.
    Itrrcv.;,! jj <"i e* *o indirectly, inasmuch, as it fears are entertained: that he itxnjs I Ino principles, elicit our' highest approbation ; newspapers whatever, and hence cannot hue )youth' and b-MUty too vaJuiblt* to lie bestow \Tf1ERF..S: it i. requirrd% by lw that andeetiorv '

    (.| r0i rvpt'l the :Mexican l w-nboli lnns pood to the whites. While! at the Iip u.r and I thai we will cheerfully warmly, and determinately been adiisedfrom that souice, of the progress e.l on a suitor so an'iquatcd! returned the V\ be held in thi) State on th* firci 1'ot.d4y in

    "<* sustain: the conclusion at which it of any miller pertaining to the painful case.ii glote with the couplet October nextfor a Resntcrof PuSlic Ltnd.lo hold t'4
    vprtt jnJ' it prohibjtg the errttorial I Lepis. his hand in Florida, he was regarded as ib.mn.t xvhich lour >eaM. sod until his successor shall be elected
    la arm ived. they are so immediately interested. From Paste cut off Ihe initial letter P, .

    uirf from I lislatinoH! the Mibject. On the dangerous Indian in the nation. Uiave 1. llcsdrcd. That the PO called comnro. Tiie'prlsoner expressed the hope this morning Then Page is .Age, and that wont do for me." andqaalified// is therefore: ordtrtd. That the i-aid election be 414 NJ- .

    *:qj ulirao! an efiljrt: was made In th! *' Senate in the fj<*ld, expediiious in his movements, wise |<:se nl, the Committee) of Thirteen, whether (hat his family would be kept in ignorance held thrnughou' the State on the raid r>t Monday

    ; do away with! these! Mexican I.tvs," as in council, and inveterate in his hostilities! to '" ::s support of I the fraudulent aJmi sun: of of tiie day fixed (lor his execution. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. in October next, according: to law. .
    and the Great Seal
    b the fbllo\vin; Calr.rna! } Jm,, je|, Inion, ,,r its ab.tlition uf h connection with this case it may be slatedas ,\urt!>ni) Ainvtsdieva: >, Friday, and Sun- Given under my j
    jU;]| lie fefii ) : proceedings : the whites, his capture and emigration to the the State of Florida, at the Capifo" in T IULass.ee .4 ;
    the of Columbia! a somewhat coincidence that rl.t.t; 3 o'clock. A. M. Leaves Wednesday.Frida r I 1
    sve trade in the District or singular } La..1 ,this 15li day if July AD.I 1S5W. $ ,
    Mr. Davis) ()MUsKsippi.; r>iT< red nsan a.milmptt \\Vrt looked certain jmid at 3 t/cloi, A. M.
    was Monday
    upon a prelude to i.s: tugir.-e felave bill, so arranged ato invade Join W. Webster committed the nvirdiT on THOMAS iiROWN. z...*(

    t ) to an amtnJmert then p'ikg! the termination < f the war then in existi-nce. the sove .iiTtltv of f the Slates by legislation Fiday: -he xx as arrested on I'ridiv-the I ver- eltack Eastern'Arrives, P. M. Leaves Tuesday Wednesday and and Friday Sunday, at 10, at o'-3 G-jvtrnor ct Florida.Bv i : i .;

    tSe The came t -stcsncssandJVi\e! of strife hirhmaiked upon the subject of Slavery within Uieir liiaii? die oi the Coroner's (secret) Inquest xvas ncl.ik, A. M..Ifantierlto the C. Governor W. DOWNING-A1 test, : j

    4, And that all Iaxx-s and usages existing in his character as chief of the Setniiio.in *. -or I isdeci'jive; { I si-liemes of establishing i teriitoiial nvJpub'ic' on Friday-one ofihe regular Arri\"s Tuesday and Saturday, at 6, a'ecretarv or Slate.Tallahassee ,,
    Utah and New Mexi.cu dav for his family to visit him at the Ii. M Leaves Mond.i.t ar.d 1-riitay, at 6, A. ftl. ,.-
    territory at the date of its arquisiiinn by goxernt eiits! tOt i. jail xva July 0. I3Y. 2 te
    ,aid Florida, is oWrvible in him in his new- .S7UaA.. anI.ricport-Arrives Moiidiy. Wednesday
    I'liiied S'ates' wliirh d j.ny or bstnct the} with a nominal: ; exclusion of the Wiim .t on Friday-the foil decision of the Execu .
    and Fnda\ P. M Leave
    7 Monday.Wedneday
    th at \ .
    jAb t ofanv citizen of the United Slates to re- home on the Texas horde, as we learn from l'rovi.o, but its [practical I application to the Iiv( was given on Fiiday, and his execution is and Fnd.iy at 7, A. M. STATE .

    to and reside in said territory, with, any the following extract of a privite letter, dated! territories-or its unblushing! sacrifice of lo ftke ft!ace on Friday.dIaIacc TiHtriiseiltc Arrives Moud,y at 6,P |M. Leaves ,.

    s'wrCS r'f' Pr"r *r'y' legally held in any of the Austin, July 2, written \\ty a. hijjhh esteemed StMi'hern political: p'-wer, in proposing' lhmun'trous Mnday at ti, A._ M.
    Hnpf njtpi; Arrive* Fida\; at 2, P. M. Leaves E'
    States of f this Union. l*, and) (hey- are hereby friend! long a citizen of Florida, who. \\hie! in scheme tT Jipproprialmg a largi : ) Price iiirrtiit.CO"RECTEI Fridav al '<,'p.
    declared null and void.*' s-iiii of money( say ten or filieen: millions oldoiiars f M.r.i
    ollicial position here, had much to do with the
    t to uucha of ih slave. Sia.le of'IVxas
    : e
    Vulee at length in fax'orof : A n n i E D .
    !Mr. pfjke some Indians and who is as familiar with their i 1C") (UiU) square miles! oilier territory to add ) WEEKLY nv c. r. HATUEWAY. O.i Thursday. 2"ii'a July, at Mr. White's in the Ekclion of Stoic Scnalor. -

    f. the amendment. He thought it no more character as any other man in the whole it to New .Mexico, and increase, by false pretences Countj of L.y>nbytheRev.Mr Lind, .. y, STEPHEN VACANCY havmz occ. red in the oflic* of
    BAGS KG Gunny Cloth tim) 22 A
    than riplit that the obstructions! called Mex. country : the! anti-tlavery power of the count: Kentucky, ,- 17 a a 19 SAUXDER3 and Mr MARY ANN WHITE.jy State Senator in the Second Senatorial I>District 1-

    which ought not to rcceixe I the sanction of by the removal from the Slate, of the Hon. Charles
    UXVK, were supposed to exist inbe a penple.[ Djndee, 10 a 20 .
    jean '
    The Indians are hostile and trouble.Fonr .
    very A. Tweed : It ii hrrrby Ordered That an election,
    whose rights whose Sta Inland, H We ri/.ed to DAVID S.
    sovereignly, whose hoi- a 22! are autni> announce
    territories should
    ( n )xv be rornov. to the people of this State. Mur.Iers! to Iii *aid vacancy be held in said District en Alun- -
    or, and uhu>,o k.ull>ty i il! be iutoltid in it A.LE ROPE-Northern, j a 10 WALKER as a candidate for Register of Public the 7fh day of October next. .
    He went into lne whole an daily committed, and the savages t, day
    ed. question, cvape \ Kentucky, a 10
    consurntn: jOtJ and a-ioption. Lands at the election in October next. Jul') 13. Given under ray hand and the Great Seal cf -
    in favor of the Missouri without punishment. The mounted Jorce only Manilla 1C a 25 the S'ateof Florida at the in TaTlahassee
    and argued Compro. 0. Rc-soii-cd.: That for the sake ofihe tin- CotioT Line, 20( r I i Capitol -
    can If made efficient to mret and] punish the a The Ineruis ot Mr. M. D. PAPY announce him this 5lh day of July A. IX 155(1-( -
    nsthfi most conciliatory that! hecould ion, nod oblation its altar 20
    jni$f, measure as an upon to pro. TWINE-llemp, a 23
    mounted Arahs of the piainVs. Wild Cat as a candidate tot the oftce of Reciter o; Public THOMAS P.PvOWN;.
    assent lo. He showed the euie peace and reconciliation betxveen the Seine, 45: a 50J Governor oi Florida
    in. .
    ivc .
    has wiihin miles if the
    with Lands. G 1550.
    IJP MI six'y place, GROCF.RES-Bacon Hams, a 12| July ,
    North and (he South, notwithstanding belieie Dv the G', Attest -
    xve verr.or- :
    the .
    cnnsitencies in course which had been a party of warrior Judjre Hollins, the .SiJe 7* a 6G "
    the Missouii l i compromise xvas a great Shoulders, ( a 61 A Card.-To comply vrith the wishes of several C. W. DOWNING,
    Indian him and La-1
    Senator much
    il ly the from Mississippi [Mr. Apent, saw conver. SecretarvofStafe .
    concession on I the}I part of the South, still xve Lard, 10 a 1J ,
    citizens this WRITING
    ol I have
    tin ration with li I oi. Wild Cat spoke' with much Pork phce, opened a Tallaha.aee, July 20, lO. CS te .
    ] Ifl point.Mr. that clear, it
    foot? would meet the North line, icilh T 1lit '
    upon a CHOOL in addition to st\le of Arithme-
    of the Carnanche and other ttilie of Ness may
    Foote replied, and after numerous contempt Indians of tlie (far Wet. He calls them Wild distinct understanding I tint: ha very should Prime. a u -15 ticwiirli ha* given such peneral satisfaction in this Great Bargains Goods at Cost! '

    fxplanati"ns by Messrs. Vulee, }1'oote, and Indians, and pays they have little sense, that! have a free and unmolested: admission tu the P.'our, Northern, Et'J a 10 city. Uergen& Svslern of Penmanship will be practicallv rpII : viScnbfr b-mz desirom, of CLOSING hn "
    leitiioiy south ol it. St. Louis 3 10 I MF.RrANflLK HUSTNESS this '-itv, wilt j[ 1
    a Twelve Lessons. Youn Hair, lie q-jestion was taken on the amend- they don't know their Mrength ;tnl I ;p.-nvfi ; 0. licxofred! Thi in view of the dingorsxxhich Ohio! 7 a S taught in ofTer fur sale at COST his entire
    went of Mr. Davis) of Mississippi, and it xvas the' want concert and union ; if lit was ai threaten Southern institution* feel Mr al, a 75 improve in that hfuitilul; accomplishment, cnni..ting; of all kinds, both FANCY and STAPLE -

    the their hd, he said he coii'tl' ta'e' Austin, and xve Corn, a G2JIt or any jon'h who his not bet-n taught syslematically, DRY GOOD>, Ready-nnde Clothing, Boot and
    rejected by following: tote ; in fact. all the towns in Western Texa it to be our duty to forget :all party disimc'ioi, LYiLrre, Jiva, a 10 will, in a short time, make such improvement as, 1atn Shn. q, Hardwire, Groceries, and ail other Gsf4n.iralv *- .

    YKAS X'chison' Rarnwell, Hell, Rerrien, and placing ouiselves upon our Constitutional L3guirj, 12: | a 14 confuk-nt, will he adm.red by their friends or parents. kept on f.; nd for tile in this marke1. JIEKCIiNTS ,
    "Jiid IloIliiiK remiikrd to him that this .
    I'.utler. Clemens Davis of Mississippi, Daxvnn. e rights; let our rivalry i be who can best subMrxe Rio, n 121f The subscriber be tound day. Sun PLANTERS, and FAAflLlES desirom
    l eing without to hid- in. the can every of would do well tn call and .
    country swamps the ('aidli'', Srci, >0 a 024 purchasir.s, examine .
    interest cd'the
    Doxxns) !Houston, Hunter, King, Man um, white P'i'dierviuld simn destroy the Indians. South.P. Tallow S a 10a day excepted, at Daguerrean Sky Ltht; Gallery; his stock, (as it it entirely new,) before irujelsewhere. .

    Mason, M-iri .n, Pratt. Uu'k, Sebastian: Sflule, Wild Cat laughed at the idea, and paid: the I W. White, Esq.: being called, addressed Admaatine, over J. 1:. Bull & C..'s. S.T.re, from 1) to 12, A. M-, S. F. BURNEY.Tallahassse .' .

    Tirnpy. I'uderxx-ood. Vnlee! -22. through the mountain* were l eft the rneeiing.A. : Su ar, Iiiaf, 13 a 15 and from 2 to -I, P. M. Specimens of his practical July 27, IS O. 29 j '
    es r lordefence
    Nvs-fl 1 idgor, Haldwiu, IJeritnn Rradliury pfs J. Furnnn, E-=q., offered the following Crustic.d, 13 a
    15o ladies and 1. who
    than the swamps of Florid i. fur in 1 I-o! NewFloridi Otltan 7 u Penmanship sl.ew n to gent inca may State of Florida. ..
    Hiight Cass Chase Clarke' Resultrion, which xxas aflo-t>*d
    Clay, of mountain with of his ] doire it. The sytm of Arithmetic taught in two
    many our parses fiiiy a GADSDHN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CIIANCFiY }.
    CD i;>pr, I Davis i of !I* ahU.ttts. Dajlon.nnkiiKO'i. wa-fiors. he c .tid! defeat 500 rnn. Thi Revolted, That in accordance xvHi ih* reroiri'iiend'tii Hire, Carolina, 04 a > lemons of h ilf ho-ir! eich. Evening Clashes to ac- T. ... rV.
    George Hi"3ev, ))
    : Dodge of Wisconsin., Dodge of j n o t the Nashville I (Convention. FlcriJt, a j
    Chief IB evidently loaming among I the t Iriiifs CBir.inodate !rup 2 to 'J o'clock. .'. Cill for Dircrre.Hliza -
    |'<'.va, Fflrh, Footo, Greene, Hale I I Hamlin I o'lhe West and iiifl'jeuce. I IHf we appoint Dr.) J. II. Ve.dier, an I Ci.J.! \\ J'uttttoeIiifb, Ii JOHN R. LLOYD. M Hm'e>. ) ,
    to acquire .
    jiup. iIrr. Xarri!, Ieare* Svard, Shield*, power i E.: MicreasCjurry: Delegates to said Convctition. Sipt, a fT an >ea. ing ro the foctioi of the Court, byatlidavit .
    I I has I induced I the Kickapoo tribe to ack tio' I IIfdge IiI7J, Mjckercl, N,. 1 $10 Aiuu- 3, IS.7X 3?'
    I in huau fi-d.! that FJIiza M lliine
    Smith, SpriMtice, Sturgeon Uphani \Vales f -'e .
    him ih.'ir head Chief. This tribe No. 2, $11
    as the defendant ;in tbi caw, reidi-m beyond thejuris-
    Wa'kfr Whitcomb-33. On motion of Dr. II. Jarro', Co-llbh .
    ar>- |IMIIJ.) "-tllatit! warriors, but iwirh i ledi-ej nine Planters' Supplies. diction nl this Courtand o.t nf the Sfate ot Florid,r

    This is a significant vote. It shtjxvs the number.nin Wild Cut sat ?. for want of pro Rewlcrd, That llif SixiThern IVess nv! Muil.-r, none.jrairt4.n r"T'lIE subscriber h.e' tntdtf arrmsremcnt by which /.' it OrdrrrJ,That Ihp s.iid Eliza appearplead
    p'ljmrat Wa-hing "n. is entitled 'o the iaztid 25 .L all tim with the lotioninj dimIr the aJ! bitt ,
    s he will be at -s supplied anwer,or to rat -om| larnt nil bin
    S'U'.b' hat juxike the is to get by M r. C'ay'smrsnatned per training. the Cannnclies are p or warrifif. Country 2) a 25
    1 i he Southern 1'ublic. article' during their '<*ason, and vould invite thf'- monthor Said bit! '.ill be faken rveonfrt

    Compromis. l Is i il not tlie WiJ. They hive tmgp. I btt want conduct. On mniton, Ciaets', Gnshn, ft purchasers ceneraily to call before purchasing eUtwheie :ain-it ard deleiidanf, and that the cause beet fir '
    With twenty of his o\\n men, he *:its IV can Pin- Ap1e, Is a 2. viz : hearing durir snpxt; term of said Court ir> ovt-rr.br -.
    twit Pros ifeo, disguised in the worst possible Resolrtd! Tint the ice. hins of this .1J'aj1.rs. Nw Orleans, 35 (1 50
    whip a hundred CutmnrtW ; and if TVx.-is Gnnny Barring, J Ker3ja, plain & twilled, next : Jind it iffuttfur OrJtreit. That this Order .}
    shape ? Mr. Clay tells us that ** the South 'j meeting be published! in the Florida paper Cu try, 2OT. a 30 Dundee do. I Black &; v\ht. Wool Hafs, be uSli.-'hfd in ome puhlic newspaper printed it*
    will jive him for hi ftr in
    a c'mu'iy$ people; and she Southern Press.O.i Soup, Extra No. 1, 1 Ketitui-ky do. ( Plain and Plaid Linsey, this: State oncf a week JIT three wmths, and tLat

    petgnot one foot territory \"y this Hill ; .Mr.MVIister ttV North.v M nf the State he will ui :!ertaketo : mnoiotl. the rn"eting i, aHjinrn! 'd.D. r.i, 54a 7 do. Rope, Oaabur complainant take testimony in thecatne.

    says that by its passage tie North keep offth** Wild Indians from the settle. Navy KreaJ, S a 10 Northern do. S Gwirjia Cot Yarn, July! 23. ISCO. THOMAS BALT2ELL.A .
    L. \viimi're! : merits. This ChieC if I lc lives a few :, a 12i l5.iKinz, Twine, ) Nail<. Axas! true ropy-Attest, Jud'e.R. .
    will lose what the SouthviJ years .
    precisely | gain- I (Iutso\, 1 Vice President.II. Tea, IHack, (J a 100 Salt, Liverpool ground, H Clack roilh-i Tools, C. LESTEK, Cleik.Jnlv27 .
    will influence and command .
    ; .
    ncqiiiro great Green. bO 125
    tJ.I4ilP.!/ f And yelSoutlierninenare stigmatiMH. E. (.tn4os. .crrf arm,. a dc. cuarsv. Potash, SaUoda, 150. 23 3nLL
    over the Indian tribes and UI, at no distant COTTON (;00n. --0-nabursr., 191 a 14 Gene-see Flour, White Irfad arid Oils -
    North and 5ocra, as disunion int O4TIbtTti .1 an4 -, 11 a 124Siripcd ? ctice.
    da%. r19dcr them much more formidable than Coriatpoiuitnce of the Ciarhtan .;f reumy..lIMTiIN St Li-ui do. Tract Chains, .
    .. itat.irs," SE ultra;" and such.like epithets, they ever weir." 14 a l'jIrmIlic !Bacon Ham, Lo: di A persona h-itrnj: deoand.ag,iif the estate c .
    W.\ CITY, July 23, 1550. ,, Drown, 4, 10 I a I 2Jkached do S de-. Fitth dado Z\_ John :AI, fiarnr.ston, late ot Jerv.oa County ,
    f'ir I t'n'ir < v .it'rtn to it. 10 15
    f -
    C 3r The .Mdriannu Whig will find great The Senile xva quite the theatre ofa scene P.iIIP, 3, !124 a IS Shoulder?, ) Strtcheid| > di-ct-a-'ed, 'ill pre-s'jjit them lo the urvdersiiined'' wit!-
    Me s Pork. 't Alule and Hcrse Collar, in liie :tiflif prc-scrib t\v tovr. cthrw' this notice
    Prosrriptiaa of NoshvillaPrevi.lent CcntiiWhi3. t'iitt'4flffl the alarm he to feel theeoijKMjin'nces ves'rltv. and Mr.I Clay was unquf sti seer s at Gin D md Leather, Srale HeaiTH, will l> pleaded in bar thereof; and alt!) persons indebted -
    to Major JJt'ard of preferring the !l sciirs. I H 1" made wh'it vas called the Ticking*. I2J a 25 I ;i--Mtt Kmsarts, ) Iron and Si eel. &.C Sec. mil ple3- rw't* unp, diafe; pmptn.

    Filbnore LL$41'rnIfld nwkx *7TtJsing speech ii: :lie Compromise debate, !heut lltorgia lr/j- IOO a 1335 which Le \\ iil sell at lowest rnaikft rates ti'r eah or CAROLINE M. HARRINGTON. Adm>. .
    to : KltettitiZ, Crown, .1 1-1 to 10-1 1 10(
    \-in Iluien in 1S40, i in the communication) o 1| it rather its funeral a approve credit: JAS. \V1LLIAJ1S.. Jetirr'iors County. July 2.1, l->5(). 2" Sw tf i-
    i sorn' prisons regarded as $*hirlint 4 to J, '01 a 125Rtaehi1. '
    It Kxectjiive: dkasie; all those Wfcjg* Atiiit 3 i50.Agricultural. -._ _ '' 3f -
    A Denizen of the Ancient City, published 1 E igioni.! In the com 'c of his remarks: be 3.4 to 1-t, 1'0 a 20 .
    .. ,, Nticc f *
    xv'i .
    i \\ itidiscfeet attenl the Xasa-
    as to in lh last So'itlr Caro'inn ( .ST1NGSLCAD-SurBiler., 51 a C
    ? Sentinel. That'correspondent i is ; indulged ui au onslaught on Warehouse. .-
    ,:> j jabout. illn firemen I*, 5J ii given lhaf at fh T. >xfs x ( 4ItItPI'Itfl. A
    TrtiMa1: dated July 21, *ay ** President Fill- that act, and no do'ibt the l 7iin/ ; will) be ''he is the very l'oi iifex :Masimus; of Peace.) Icad, ShiCet, 9 a 10 J. Stojk r.t' \sriculiuial; hnplcracnls from Jlessrs.DENSLO'.V cation will IV mad' f r an ct of ineorpvration for ,

    fore h.i* expressed determiuHtioti ;ji | and ah-o an assnuil on .Mr. Khctt, itt far worse Bar, S a 10 fc VVEBSTEi:. would announce to the L *u LndsNo!- 5.1 ( ol O. F. .
    a to iveii greatly tfjoiced. But what has he to say of j> tasi e. IRNSTF.FL.t; NAILS-Swedes Iron, fij a.iwriraj public! fl-rtt they have K131'.* increased said stock, J. WAYI.n> RAKCB. .Secretary.JnH .
    man a Cui,iin-i appointment from of elubract:14: iie-.idts a vanttv of other material and art'iKraliN 20, vs: .,
    any his and that of Mr. ('atehl's!! of 5J ii t;
    own support, 1 ..:rr Senator. Mr. I.irnv/Hl, repelled botliJ ticIt ot the Joilowiiii: character and des .
    and band
    tilStaicg iba hop 7Rltrl a
    ud reprepre euta.tive* ia the Fillmore, who went further than Van Huron J thefeo attarks with becoriiiug cpiril and dignity Cast, u 31IS cription. : To Builders and Contractors. -
    NVhviHe Conx-ention." did for while the "little magician" admitted: in a fi-xv remirks charac' *rized at once byj German, (1 AGRICULTURAL AND hORTICULTURAL IM- FRDPOSAL1-! Le received by either '

    Worse and t ore We tnougit.at the fit st j: that euari'rr in modo undjbrtilcr in re w hitch P.tister, a 124 PLEMENfS ot every variety. of the uiost reccnl SEALCD inder.n'c! until! th? 1 1st S .j't -Diber next.
    the jurisdiction of Congress over the subject and .V
    j ibis
    TIding, that the brand fkuery in th* District) of Columbia, he
    i hearted If the mhier.it. and Iron
    t true S .u'Ii ('arolinian. : tor Tanner ,Ciirrifriand Bra;?
    on the whig* that attended the Convention.IJut LIQUORS & WINES full iv ice diiiiei; ion ro wit : 4n feet 1 hsu> J 35fe.t
    threatened with the veto any measure for that j jp .$. rilled as they are fir the most part with IJran4.C. rti4e, i.50a 1.59 FoundtT*, embracing every article Ust-d in their hue', wide, with a 10 t tet porlito: in from, main buildir.y'n '
    we ee, on a second reading, that the llhe i.5r> *>.()inl.OJu.OO including all ncjcessar) TuuUc.ul Mai.uiacturer.- witii in rhe and
    rpOK.' ; but Fiiltrmre not only admitted all j jVun t TieaMiry O'Jtiib-toedeis' of I his district M br it tft'f pitch a c.il'"r\ ewl. a ,
    I'lmv is Peach, prices.MISCCLLANCOUS. bar: < -ix or inside t>f hmUtin: to be ceiled overhead
    i ;
    againUvh l" States! Well. in wit Ii Mr. i ij in
    Huron 'did. but ere ruftiir<>us sympathy Cay Roller and common Git.s. ,
    deal -
    wont a urea! further j jbe Aiisile, 75 a \1.51 I and on rach! side a? h'2n; flsihetop* ol the
    l Mt t us si e bow the tliiu* etand Marjland j all he xx a* p!ls.a-eah I tosiyolihe i treason of South a.liJeria ; Jack Screw, Store and C..ttoi Truck", Wheel bai-
    was for ihc immediate exercise oftlic I fl lAY) a -1.99Port pew '. and the balanfe to be ('Wterrd. The pews toh -
    was r prfwuted and fche it in the Calrttie' Carolina and of Mr.I Itheii, every iuipartiulWHII 3-00 a 1.00 row.f R.ad Straper Hydraoitc Kam Force Puscps, finish ii in a neat and workmanlike ruanntrn -
    And ngain-.o show the utter hypoc- Parent Chains to facilitate liie (tr.Iint water.G.orsia ,.
    power whose tasi"s Hii'l whose pitrii>!isn xxvr** Jt32, a l.'iO ind wulr approved -curtlv will b? required for

    Kentucky ditto-Missouri ditto-and North ti'4' of the 1I'/ig'-that paper supports Cln> 's infl'it'ijreil! by cutiiiderations oi'goo 1 >en e and C him?Jzne, (basket,) 10 a 20 Castin.4;, I'latemer.and French and Ilurr Iaw Mill toi Fanners Sionen,; Calcine Plantation the faithful pc rf.>rniance r>f the contract.TKRAK -
    Carolina, Gin, lloJUnd, 250a311) -One half rash when the contract H
    we are not to sure about. There Hill of Surrender, which takes jdiisdiclinn of p'up.'r f feeling, regarded with the higie! approbation Atarrican, 50 a 753UOal.no MilL, C:>in and mut AKIN, Sirens, Mill Iroi..s, .iined, and rhe otbef when the building is rcceited
    was a gond dial of talk there about xvtiut Mr.l B,,Irinj Clot-, P&ck. Rtfd SJmtrles, ai.d general
    wilding the subject, and aboiUhcii the slave trade in I It unwell s.iH in viudi.cation Rum. Joaka, ) Per tm di.sjK'.spd to Did, cat (.br.tin noic specifit

    <1"legates, though it was mostly anuiug iheDemocra of your State, and the tone ii; which "Amcrirai, 50 a 75Commin tiiidiits tor Ci.ttmi.diidVo.iln Manutactcries.MLL information, ar.d ri l4.> -we a Jiatf ot the bnitdirc'. bper.'fn4l *
    the District) and TOOLS. iLc Haii5 the
    step in the cata- it xv s.ii'I. 7r7iAi'oongie1.i! 1.00 a 1.2., : appljcsttipn t. cither of the und'r-ined.
    ) c ; bat as the ias got a Cabinet is ajenc> (or various ala! etetiiVc Machine Alanufjctor -
    op.pointmeat i of Aboliticu rneaMin's toward th total 31 o 5o I'riipot. will also DC received for erecting the -
    Judge liui'er attemjited? in vain to the all tune' furnish
    get <, we shall be prepared at to
    \ve tak it for granted if there OILS t 1'AlNT--Oi1, Sperm, \.05 a 1.50 buildiu'cl 1.:ick. .
    etincioi r.f slavery there The \Vfug i iery is fl ior. If he bad he xxould have read tar the LirJTanncr '.-') a LIII) every species ol Machinerj in the shortest nctict. .JOHN. McGEHEE,

    be truth in the Tribune's despatch, tlut kbc conscientious, bat it has q-iito a ptculinr edification of Mr. Chy, a treatise on lrea'o',. GO a 75 The highest market prices paid at all time fur AKCHIPLD! FAIR,

    lad notjjijig! to do xvith that revolutionary a.scmae" in which it in'ght have been dent uistr-lt-d Linseed 1.00 n 1.253COu3.'iO Wool, Sheep Skin* and Hides.AU I>. S GRAHAM,
    way of tellitg: its leaders only as Caster Prtu'.ureol: the Stxe: received and sold for the JOHN L. MILLER,
    ] the Nashville that there wen; two of traitors, in this
    Convention.So cass: < L13U4I CtfltiZSUIl,
    mach of the 1 CHARLFS RUSSELL ;
    truth as suits itt 1l7iitelsuilXa 2.25 is 2.riO
    purpose.TJie (Union-..-tr-til us to the C tiiiitiini J he S. & 1C. 1IOTT &. CO,
    inteiest .
    then fee re i is the se :ri't why tb .>e g-eit nn ( Pure. 2.75a8.0)Chror.1 Building CctuRiittfr* :
    of their oxvn ;people! as xvell! as traitors Yellow, a No. 171 Bay street, Sr.annahGe Mtdusnn.Jniy 13. I5u). 41 ,
    States, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, and Mi*. Ozr: Legislature of Maine! has finally to th" dewpntisui ot ai; iitiscrup'ilous majority. Grren, a fljmreizc.M.sirs.. Padeltord, Fay k Co ; S ift, xJ- Savannah IfeorMjc ;, Charleston Mercury, aiT

    tusippixhooresu deeply interested in the succeeded in electing th-i Hon. Mr.l Hamlin and that xve s'aou'd provide tiiiez hal Jor f.vosc'e full/ a Den.-lo\!..Webster.S.vaiinu Annual.3. 1 10.. 3 I .n Telegraph.! | will cop oitct- a wttk foi four
    S'.LT Liverpool, une.xack, I sc a weeks, and tcrward bills to ihi* Or1ee.
    preservation of their rights from Northern en. to the U. S. Senate. He had two majority of gib'iels.' I He I fuled to be heard!, and Turk's Island, coarse, 100 a 1.50 :

    croachtnenl, have been denied a voice in the o\cr all l'P j''' satdoixn under the highest exciiem'Mit.As TOBACCO_Minnfartured, IS} a C2.1 Settle Up I ILL Music Teacher Wanted. ;

    Cabinet of Mr. s'loti as the Senate adjourned, and several FloriJi Cisrar Leaf, 1st jualSwond 15 a &> A per>ipnind.-hled to the nndersizntd f rsub- LADY qualified to give lessors i i-i Music. Pain-
    Fillmorc. Thry ircre rcjre- 10 15 /\_ wcriptinn to the Tal.iha-! Kloi idian from or at A
    quality, a aiiti
    Public Meeting in Gadsden. Sou'h Carolinians gathered round Mr.IJirnxvell ins, Dra ioo;, may learn <-f( a desirable situation
    tune during lb. KH and 15-ti.>, or for ad-
    tented in the Xashrtilc Convention Mr. Inferior a any vear bj applxinsj at this 'jfiire. .
    Pursuant to previous notice, a largo and !l to cugratiia'e: ] him on I the highly COTTON-Ordinary lo good ordinary, 10 a 10. verti-iii2, job-work during said lime, areinlcrrr.td July ti, l5iJ. 2* -
    Tiilmore could not stomach that-it smacked too enthusiastic' meeting of the citizen* of(JsuNden, efiVclivrf ins tiller in xvhlchjhe! had sust-tined iMidJIinz to g.o.1 rciddlin 104 a 104 that the biH-.ks and accounts are in the hands of Gey.V __

    strong of thinking fur ones.self. Hut after all, county was h,*ld in Quincy on Saturday the himself against the Achilles of t the Union.Mr. .- G-vd Middling, 1"4 a 11in \ Hntchins, i:* |., for ettlrraent, who is duly authorized New Goods,

    the 27th 1 600 (lay must h ve been conscious that he JidJ1ingIair, it a 114 to receive and receipt for any and all monies- Per LJewe'yti" freci Ncw-Yor.
    Tribunejrnay be mistaken, for that p per July, to consider the action of the Fair, 114 a so duo me.Il .

    thinks that Mr. (jcntryor Gox- Jones, "Imth Naslixillt; convention : had perh ips pushed the figure rather too far ; CuD1 Fair, none. is earnestly hoped that an) and all person indebted BIST SPKRM: O' L, 2-J kegs acd i kegj Rife

    Tlie meeting was organized by app'iintiii" for; he came out? ? xvith ousiivtehod hand to I the SUNDRIHS Hides, dry, 5 a G u ill give t hit notice due con idera'ion! and Whale do Pt.xtder,

    ?f fid men," ttand some chance of succeeding: Dr DAVID I) I,. WHIPM I'rosid.-nt. J.OJKS group and i.ad--: "come, toy dear Huller, xvemu Tall< w, 7IS a 10 settle up witli'itil eel i\ and s.ivt* int* the uui'Iea'santnecfi 44 44 Lant Liar IQ 2i'Oz. *'Up. SuIp.Qomine, .
    drt ri>rti-i! -.ilrtnel,
    Maryland, ehoiild Mr. Pearce decline. Tennetsec ('iByoN Vice t have bet Kentuckv Bce4'ca', a 20 .iiy of {roing to Las't t for the same. cci
    PicMu'eiit, and K. 1'. GIBSON no war 'eeti Turpentine, 50' at.lM July -r/, l-j.'jO. 29 S. S. SIBLEY. 4. CT.-tor do M'Mr.-.n FIrxiri>f Opiunl
    was in the Convention-but then there Secret ry.Ou Stjutli Carolina.: The Ju-lg-* received (he 1'owJerkar, 550a70'') 44 din bonier) S.il .W, Potash, .

    xvrre no irA// in il-they oppoted it. Will motion ofj. Krskine, I flq.] the Itesolu. profT-r of peace rather coldly, xvhen (Jen.ilanillon Stwt. b n K) Bacon, Flour, &.c. -*4 OUve Tanner's Oil do. French &,. F.nelrh Mustard Ginter.
    tons of the Nish\ili Convenlitm read who was standing by, said to Mr. 1''laTh, 10 a 124 At1pire( Pepper
    weie Schr. W. H. Pttles from New 44
    satisfy the accidental President ? Some TUST.re-ceivtd per Set do Irrdi! o. Alvm.SaltTrtre,
    and after the of the Clay ; gonj sir give uneasinoss Eer'estt'dIed, 15 a 25 J
    leading Resolutionon rny yourself no 4' Orleans, furniture Vari.Wi, Wrifir 2 t'ksa..ii'd.hranil4
    MJ'tbat Mr. Conrad, of L-iuikiatu, i ii already motion of Dr. J. I II. Veidicr, the following about this xvar. 1'he only! invasion xve Plain, II a 22 Clear HiPon idt-s, Cpacli do Ite's Pam Extractor, .

    appointed in the room of Mr. Pearce. We person* were apfmiiiied a Committee to report shall: ever have from Kentucky, xvill lie with EXCHANGE 44 Shoulder*, TO kegs No t & pure Wht S.,teratn->rax.ad. .

    shouldn't wonder, for Louisiana was not rep. JP1lhZIt1UJ5 for the consideration ol the meeting her droves of mules und horses, xvhich wemay On. New York, par a I prein.II Suzar Km Coffee Cured, Ham, 10f tags I..-a, vrted. Shot. Turkey Mnre, Nut O|>megs.iuin,

    reeited in the : want for our) baggage train and to mount Ne OrIans, White Wine Vinegar, Par sane Vessel,
    Nashville Convention II ct .. "
    Silver. i 2FREIGHTS.
    J. II. Vvidier, W. E. Kilcrease. '.. Flctch. orr cavalry. The only (fear we shall cherish Gold arid a No. 1 Mackerel, A (fbnml- Northern Flour." fancy brands,"

    We haIl see. er, J. Hiskine, W. H. Mitchell.Hon. in regard 1 to the i invasion xiill be I hat your Lvaf Lard, Also, a few npenor Cri*. Cut and Mill Saws.

    A. J. Form.tn; and (ieu. C. II. cfflmntr"% men may possibly trade ofl'lo us bid Cotton lo :New York, |er lb., F.xtra St. Louis lor Flour sale, Mivouri Md.Is, Per "V7. R. Pettes" from New Orleans;
    in Colgate by
    Ewing the Senate. Dul'ont, Delegates to the Nashville Convention A/oct." Well, xvell, my dear fellow, re. Mi-a-iiremfnl to New York per foot, 121 July 27, isr'y(Soap) A H HOC. Bacon. Sides, % Rice Lard, --

    The Governor of Ohio hs ajijiointed Thom.Ewing being present, were called fur and addrrsKfd )led .\I r. (:lay, I hope t That may be t the only Cut ion, Ni-\\" Orleans" per. bale. 1 00 44 Showtdrrs flanks. Flour Moljsse, -

    late Secretary of the Interior, to PUC- the meeting. invasion Kentucky xvill ever make on SjitbCarolina. Hairels.. Brought to Jail Me s PotK, Sugar. *- .

    ceed Mr. Curt in in the Senate., 'There. While! the Delegttes were adlrensing the i ." ---- ) TN Tallahassee, Leon Counly. on the 22d OW KAIID .
    Regular Meetings I in-latit b about 5 feet 4 inches 4
    a n gro y
    fore" meeting, the meeting attested it* approial; of Gin Band Leather, Oil Carpal X. fl'ib'n CfotnLinin '
    says a Washington correspondent of the dark Ci.niulexion, about IM cr 20earsoi
    'F11ERE wilt be a Rrsrular Meeting of Florida high, "" '
    Professor Webster. Skin,
    Journal of Commerce, ".the late uduiinistran the course of the Delegates by repeated and ,. L Ro>al Arch Chapter, No. 1 tins age, who says I'M' name is JOHN, and that Cip and Call do. ft-rcarrias-For sale! s.by&cr.

    heart applause. The Boston j-iurnal of Saturday afternoon 1 i' evening at the usual hour, at the Masonic he belong* to Soloncn Wafers r.I Decatnr Oonnfy, J M. WILLIAMS. '
    and the President's plan: will not want On the The owner H requested to coiuply with
    i conclusion oftho rermrks by the $.t.s ; Mall. Companions will lake notices and covern Georsia. Jurle 20. tS-50. 25 .

    n able champion in the Senate/' The Tri.nc Delegates, on motion ol ( ipt. J. II. Keadle, Dr. Webster first learned the decision of Ihnelve8 accordinelv. Ry order of the H. P. the law, and take him JOHN*way.H. RHODES. Jailer. 4. -a
    ' on the other band, MJS that it IK a vote the meeting, by a standing vote, uriHnim50. 30' Secrctury.Ai.vigt July 27, ISbO. 23 tf A Cooper Wanted." f

    gamed for the Compromise. If ko, that ini.'J'Ji approved; >l i the. Nash file Cotn .n'ion.' the report in an evening paper., Jt is stated -. ONE who can make TUBPENTINC BARRELS, "

    The! Committee above named, t through t heir I lint lie \\us but slightly agitated, having, as Regular Meeting. Notice. codes well recommendtd lor industry can .

    ou scheme may become a Jaw yet. CLaiunan, Dr. J. H. Verdier, repotted the weai.- informed prepared, himself the xvorst. f' A REGUL1I MF.CTlNGofjackson Lodse, QIXeeks after date, I will make application to lo find employment at lair McNAUGHT wages. Make .application .

    following Preamble and Resolutions which. It is fuiher stated i- No. 1 lwilI be held at Ma-onic Hall thirrenipp & ORilOND.
    ( reliable
    upon authority, that L) ill* Honorable JurUje of Probate for Jefferson Newport, June CO. P450.
    OrTh *
    munutiM-nt at Nashville over the afitcr some remarks from W. I H.I Alitchell, he had; expressed tat late no desire to have hissentence at the uual hours Brelhien will County, for letters of administration on the estate ol .

    'CIBaIU of the late Precident Pok! is dewribed li fj., were unanimously adopted : commuted, and that he appears to take dua By notice oruer,(and( the g-vern W. M.themselves accordingly. John M. Brooks, lite of Jetlerson TAYLOR Counrv. deceased.. Blaclsaaaithing.rT''Hfunder .
    JOSHUA Sen'r.Counry
    *a very elegant and imposing.; The deMgnof WiicuuAg: A incpting of a poriion of hits t' a more realizing' seiisn of the wild situatiori CIIARLCS E. DYKC:, Secretary.Atiut .IefTerson July 27, IS30. 29 6v : >inpd rcipectfully informs

    I' the Doric order, by Strickland. Part of the citizens Gads-Jen! County, to lake into in xvhich he is placed, and also, I that he 3. 1S-VJ. 30A' -mii' I the noMic nrrr.ny that. hairg -

    ll>' consideration the proceedings of the Na Vile! is evidently preparing himself lor the axvlul fate Flour Bacon Lard, &c. ... n5employed a superior Ho.seShor.- i is ..
    inscription it at follow* : Notice. now (-retired trxrcute all work in that line in :-
    Convention, was held at the Court I House in xvhich Finely a waits him.
    TUST received from New Orleans schooner W and usual .
    By Lit LL having claim* or demands of ,per superior manner, on terms. '
    ed j public policy, he defined, cit abili. the town of Quincy, en the 4h: July last, and Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Webster and family whaUoevtr persons nature against any the estate of the) late J R. IVtle, F. PAYNE. ,:

    ,tU'udedU"5 botjidrl1 of hit coun- a series of Kenolutions passed, which were visited him in 1m c'-II. They had not then Robert Larkin, deceatiI, are hereby tequested to rii)ur-Ohio and St. Lonlwtanr.on Jnne2I>. 1VSO.( 23 (f - I

    :7.) e planted the laws ,,fib American published in (the ptoreedings ofwid! meeting : learned the decision ofihe Gox-ernor and Council. present the tame td rfe vrithtrt the lime prescribed Sid:1 anti $ftotil flOn cn be shores of the othenvisa will be forever barred. t
    ; Pacific. Hi. intnil" Resolved. That this hv law, they -
    1. meeting anti '
    '4'flee' counfcdl cordially .! FRANCOS LARKINSiAdmini Liidt lonsses toi i and 2 in bbls., i bbls.. and I hbls. fof4ale >
    ded to organize the of, and C'tiifiim the sain*. High Sheriff Etelelh visited the prison'rr sale J- M. WILLIAMS. .L"t -
    41101111 approve .tr*tns on the estate of R. Larkioi.3,1S5U. For by by S. S KNIGHT.Jjne .
    Treasury, on the principle of the 2. RraoJcfd, That! we cordially arrprotc cf this miming, nnJ found him q-ihe? calnn! : ex. Auli3t 30 9w* May 11, 1550. 18 29. 1S50. 35 4 *



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    PROSPECTUS -\I3ILIT\-SECURIT\-PERPE'I -MEMPHIS- --- -- -- --- ------- -- _----:. -- _h. __ --_ __._ ._ ___ =_ _-. ._ =!-.c-,- au.. ,-. V -- _' :_ : : _- a: "&!r"i "
    .r UIT1". --- -- --
    MTHS SOUTHERN PHES3. $900,000.THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: I !rgal 3 t'ltrtigCmtnt9. ::1jt lort\OU & JIonrnnl. DUS ntiHi (ar k

    Na xiation Member regular course of Lectures -- ---'. ,
    A < : sixty-three *Congress. TIfF in this Io,till1te -- ---- ----------
    Senator* and Representatives! have constituted commence on the first of November antI In Chancery. I'Sltfl' S.TVRfltYE'LlNfl. Cotton Brokera--;-
    the undersigned a Commitle In Fu;'f rinlcnd the e*. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. cal continue until the last of February. The Anatorni- John I'. Duval, C >m;>laiujntl 3 '

    F Mishmeiti "f A Southern Hvsjat.t tt'a-Miinglon:, City OF JJfiW YORK-NO. 3.r WALL ST., I II !student Dtfprttmcnt by' the will be open and rradr, lo receive r*. > Bill of Injunction. T K K M S : BEItRY r. RO'Vi
    trtbedt-voleJ to I exposition and defence Smithrn first ot Ocrolnr. John
    Ihl The :"Mwlical De Fontane: Defe'.danf. N adlJltiNI
    Rights and Institution*-the dissemination t>( .I NET Accum'ihted Fund, Nov. ht'I ls1t", $ ')a._ partment: will be under the directio5 oflllelol1o\\'III' appcarinc: salisf.ictr.rily lo) the Cput that John Tu.qr.,: f ..'RI per a1I1'1m.lfpaiol in ad'nce.THREr 1 Conlmjrfl: 10?tht'rr busimegs .s AIJlit
    Correct information to ') securely invested in Bonds and JT : I -ii mnnt' i. 1"rcIIh.: rift" .
    a* o.ther( Policy and the l\IolIgagt"1I pnonolionl. Fontane, the Defendant does not reid in thi.s to tl.e 9 lir: 01 t r6'ri'oN" gi II : 4
    court ofPuliticil AtTiirs generally: without reference on real% state in t'l.i city and BrookUn, and Mocks Z. PRUCM. M I 1", P.ofes.or of State, but in t the State of Georgia : It i.' Ordered. FOUR 'OI..La'4. if not paid uit tithe I end u.1'1! Iheyeai: :r wi 1.(1 may uoi g find it t Jar.ttrafl4IIf.! : .,

    to the old) party line of Whig .and DemucI3t.1 nf Ihe Stale and City of New-York and l'lIite.lSI.lesG.I"un'nlnl. R. S. NEWTON. M D. Piolesst.r of Anatomy.Sur Tin 11 I tlw aid John Fontane tit appear amid answer: %These terms, will be rigidly i adhered! lo.ar.d;l let l the .6 :arrival ot t the corvemtM"10 atmead alll1 1)1':11.

    Arrangements=are now in program, promptly to en II. J. IIULCK.: M. D., l'.ofessor of l'i. the saul Hill of Injuncli-i, in I Ihis case filed within, noaper, will bl" discontinued until all :arrearag' ar 'be s-r| >l. they sill br re5d stiau-.cr! P.tlf '' ft'l,
    ura the issue of vuclt a paper under the title of. I This fund is" rapidly incre.iing by a widely extended tice of Medicine.' Theory and Prac three months from date hcreul. .Ind it ts further 1,1. iinle"s! .1t t the ojitio.i el the publishers. Sub- the roarl., that Inn vfitir."< to take an"SIv 1t.tt nt4. .,

    1HC SOUTHERN I I and l prospeioii' hu,iness. : W. flynn POWFI.L M.' D., Professor of OiJired That a copy of this Ord r be published .Jribers will be received for three months at One Samples n.abe 11"1 l (! :

    for th* conduct which, suitable: JlUS Editor have been I The Company dacian-.d a dividend of profits of fif- p..lh"lr'Ijn.. ,.. raov aiid Geolosrv.M. Physiology" once a week, for Ihe sp-u'e tlf t two rnt>i>th.. in Dollar-.ix month at SI .r 0. Every: order for the! erate, and prompt, return eihihiticn made. Cbar, *\t .
    .two per ceat on all e\i tinj: policies on the 31sf in the out of thi C"IIJllly"lUil, ; '
    rnggt10 Mill also receive the aid of a number I ING1. u., j-roirssor ol .Mateiia Medic, Ihc- newspaper printed citj o; Tallahassee, nm"l inner be accompanied Jjnuarv t h5u. 52nEtrfl -
    fminCRI able contributors. January, l"5tS. rajH'ulics and Medical Jnri&prndtnce.; afrp,4Aij. I the rash, utiUt limP order corn* through any cf our IfLE'VlS
    0 i IITIC V*1 be bOlh a tri.w eklv ant wc.kl" i.Jue All tho Profits are divided amonjr tho Ins red.I MILT.IN SANDERS, A. M M. D.i Profesw: of THOMAS BALTZELL, Ju 0.e. rez'd: irlv authorized aieflt* in the Stale.AOVKRTI8EMEXT3 6. ArtlES---

    -the latter to contain fcublzntially (the same matter I The iireiniunu' are payable in cHh a nrHU 11. ,II'ml. Chemistry and PllarmacJ. \'. A 'true 'op'y-\lIt'ot. ,
    the farmer and interest A. Wiun>\. M. D., Professor OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. zcIRUGS.
    M i"ltnd.- reach ih"se point of atiiiually, r 'ijiurterly, bl.ingsdJt.d on the ol Obstetrics aid
    the tOUlr who e nail faciliti.-sarc( ; limited. ::1ehii red pa mCllt. Diseases of Women and Children. June 2th;>, ,IS-V ll. 2":> tm Will .bf i infprtM at" the rate of One Dollar per",junr V. MEDICINES, PAINTS 01(9.

    A Daily Jue will be aiMe.d hereified. should it The cash piinciple adopted by thi Company se- C.JI1QUE LFCTUUERS. In Chancery. twelve liue fur the fm.t tand fifty cents for \cb Toilet ,Armies perfnmrrj. !t. \
    bf deemed advisable or the cures to Ihe I .rlll'S lilt whojo b"llt'fillhc t iu; ui tnrs \Htdn. '
    re.eiaiy by press and < "edirlIl'-t'r.fl'.scr H. J HCIXE. John P. Duriil sii'isequent i insertion. A reasonable deduction PAt.'IITaR't Ilia ;
    (1 ptoule ol' the S luther:tatei. are d1.-(I L-d, the whole of the advantages, without SllI'I'rlf.-r"C1f'ssor R. S. NEWTOV Complainant, ) will beim
    The paper will not, be f\clu.ivelv poliliral-but subjecting 'them to the heavy drawback ot accumulated 7.. FREEMAN i M. D Anatomical Demonstrator.! B Howaid PJ, Defendant. J> Bill .tir Injuicti..n.T. Iv notices without alteration! by persons having' lhCflrlc'* ( lss \\ Ore. A J
    embrace on its broad ttltt-tt the General News premium notes. The. :: ".\f'COCojt1ntJyon f' .
    of lees '
    ,1 for a 'lull course of Lectures regular acrounl with the office. 1'"t h1nd.3t.dCOh1'
    appearing lit the of the Court thai !
    lijdttiof' t
    day Domestic and Foreign, by mail and telegraph Persoll" may ciTed in-niranc1 on their own lives one hundred and five dollars.: amount() IT T. [1. Howard the Deffinla' ''i dot' Ioollhll.ll", t All ann"Uicerncnlof c.indid.ite, far ntk'. rivePOLI.XRH \eat market price. Vt..V .
    ; Commercial and Agricultural I Intelligence, and I th; livcaof othcis. \ marru-d women rati i insure Each: Prote!sor's, I ticket I hii, III -invariably: in a-Ivance.) No 3t1enlionwill UWS
    State l
    Sli.larlicu1alor's but in the Stale It is 1
    : of( Coia: : QfJernl &
    the j life 'f her hus'nnd! the S5. Tallaha" .Ut'!
    Literary Criticisms, Orkinal Es Literary and : ( bene'its of which: O !lIonstrah r'* Fee $10. be paid to ord. r lor November r 20, !ISSIMO.N .
    Graduation20.) That lit' said any announcementunless
    i and Miscellaneous,; and, in short, all those itmel arcsocuredbv, lax fr the exclusive use of lieiscll I or Thcueiloiririh 'further information will the said Bill of T. B. Howai" this do appear and an\\N accompanied wilri I i t the cash. _ __ _ J I
    plcDscnd- Injuiclion.m rare filed wilhin
    of general i interest, I the collected sregatc of which children. dre-s their letters (p< st paid) to the Dean : anditu- three months from dale hereof. Jlnd it j., Ordered All reli iom, mjrriisce, and obituary nnlicen pub 31"ti"\1: ; i
    and all ,
    constitutel the interet-ting and valuable! Newspaper. Clerg:men othersdepetuiVnt upon salaries dpiilsanivin/ the li hp.l2IJhlilo'I..I.. hut editorial TOWLE & Pt
    city will That ; notices for i. PAPY
    I please call on hia a copy ol' (his oider be published private
    once week
    at a
    are i invitidlo ,
    Great care will be taken !I.jrive full and correct Reports specially availthcuisvliCMcf t a resjtircewhereby the Commercial Hold. benefitwill!
    R for clnrgedas advertisements.
    S. the
    of Iwo months in
    space ne" JUorneys :nd rOUt
    of the Proceedings and Debates in Both Hou'tl tlieir surviving families may be seemed sp-\per punted rll rs at taw :
    in the City
    ofTahlah..uee. ,
    oJ aforri'iid.THOMAS .
    Congress, well as the action uf the local Legis from the evils of penury. FactJiy. : : formed an
    a HAVING a<*"ciatjon
    latures) on t the Southern rJle.'bn. P4in]"''ilels evplanatory of the pri'l iriple. of Mutual L:\W DEPARTMENT. I I3ALTZELL; Judge. JOB WORK. will I arten-1 1 the '. tOT the Pr3tl: 1

    A 'limited number only of Ad\'er'icmtnh' will be Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantage", lion. E.: W. '. 'KING, Professor Iheory anl prac A O"C.RIvens.true copy-Attest, W e are well prep red to execute Job Work, such Middle Circuit: ot Florida and in'eral the Conrii DuiriJr ;r*

    received-the main object being to furnish a large with t forms of applioatio-i, miy be obtained at the I lice of Law. I June Clerk. billscards, blanks, pamphlets, &c..with nea Ia I- of the U. S at Tallahassee. All) !: j
    amount of reading matter- office of the Company, C5: Wail st., or of any of its JOHN DELVFIELD, I>'rj., l'rofessor of Cotnriercial 2t1.; I 1850 5 3m ness art di,,ach.! All work of this description, t to their care will receive prompt b'J'lnl's'eDlru.., J I

    The paper will be ;printed on a heet equal in size agents. Jurisprudence.TEH. In JelFerson Circuit except for persons having yearly accounts with 1OffieeiniheCspitol. atteUioij.
    folhohC ofthe I other Washington: papell.and the material TRUSTEES.Jos. MS-$.10 per Session. Court. I lie uffire( rnn.t be paid for on tfei\! ry. February 17. lb''I/|! 7

    \ilb procured especially: (for the purpose. B. Collins, David C. Colden] All communication pci tainting In t his delarlment Martin Palruer, --- -- --------- --- --- ----- ----- : I

    It i confjtlnilly! hoped that every true friend 'to I Win J. Ily.l.p, Alfrtd Edwards, mu-it 1 be addressed llo Iv: W. M. KING, Esq Catharine vs. SPRING GOODS. tEOIC.JOThE.. :

    the South will aia in procu.ing: subcribtr and fur. R. H. McCurdv! Win. Uetts, Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 20, ISM, Ellis and Charlotte! A. Parish. rjijig subicribeis are j'dt' opening 'Ilieir! -
    the with the amount subscribed! I C. \\rinjl.tti Bill 'to sell residence of estate of Spring Dr. Charles
    wad to 'red. ., -T.u..h- -, -nitint-- --. James L. Parish, to L Stock! which has been well and cjrefjlly a!- T. Darby
    fume S"utber J(CjllC3ClliaU>K At Washingtllforlh.. f C. W Faber, Isaac G.( Pearson, The Faculties, for intellectual abilitis, moral pay debt d-ia: Complainant. brled by an experienced hand, consisting of T> ESPECTFULLYannouncfslo: : th

    with. Jj.hu P. Yelverlon, Henry WelN, woith and piof'sionable acquirement v\illcompare T N this came' it appearing from the bill which was and Fancy Dry Goods Hardware Groceries Staple, Oil[3, J V eral that he has, permanently! located public himwir'iDt '
    Postmasters are authorized by law to remit sub- Theo. Sed!\ick, Wm. Mooie. favorably with I Ihe most distinguished I in i ru>country. filed i m Jc1T 1'30a Circuit Court on the 7th d.iy ol: Paints, and Glass Crocker, Hollow-ware. Station- Monticello Florida, and will be found ;

    fcrijuions free of pot a.c. Stacy n. Ctllins Zcbedee Cook, The Medical faculty constitutes an anomilv in thisor .'ipritISSO, which bill is verMed by alFuhvit of Complainant err, F'urniture; Clothing, kc., &c., in short every nnles* "rofcssionallv' en ased.; Strict attention at illfjt". V
    TE'IMS! : John H. Swift Jona Miller, any other 'nlnlry-all of I them are iule Itctureis that Defendant, Catharine Ellis, le ides i thing needed by the planter and) his family. An be pair! to all profwaional calls. *"' .

    For Tri-wpekly during the Session of Congress, andSemiweekly j John Wad \\'orth. David A. Com !tock, and the best loachrrs. eyond: the limits of the State of Florida, namely in great part of our stock is bought with cash, w! are Ma: 5. 1 1.t9._ IS
    during the recess the be S. M. Coinoll. Robert Those \\ 'ho will'contt mpt'e our the State of Alabama enabled
    pricei J Shuylcr. eeographkal position : : to give good bargain. Please call and fee.McNAUGHT .
    per annum, : 00 Gouv.(. Wilkin James Chambers: and 1 the extent of our population can hive no Hit there/ore Orilfretl. Tint publication be rmde & OOIO( lJ. G K CK wTllUTCiriXs"

    Weekly paper 2:0 John V. L. Pruin, Joicph Tuckeiman, doubt a* tn 'time 'JlI'ihilily <>f our situation foran en in some newspaper in Tall thaiset., Florida, for foi-r Newport, April 1S">0. 1J V,
    The price ofslIb'criptioTs must be paid invariably j Fred. Whittle cy, M'ises II. Grinnell, terprise of the kiivl. As to health, including ea- months, successively, requiring said. Cathciinc Elli AUCTIONEER

    in advance, and *the cash accompany the nome '(1 Charles Eh''m.. J. Hunker, ion of the year, we deny that ANY OTIIKE CITY to plead, answer or demur to said bill, on or oefore: Groceries, Fruits, &c. T.1LL1H.1SVLE.

    AH persons prorurtn ten names &1al be entitled I John C. Ci user, Eugene: Din illi, HAS MnR.:. th'l( rsllrmldY .S-'ptc-mbernexf, or thfnme will i JUST received pc r Schooner WiLLiam R. Pelfea from FLA,
    to rccche a copv gratis lor one "'t'a. Walter Jov, Francis Lithrop, A common Mror, exists in the mind* of mint stu.tI. be :taken pro 'on(,.,. o. and sH down for heaiinjejparte 4 O.: lean, REFER TO I
    A. P. BUTLER Alfred Pell, J. O. Tit ,tcher. nts! relative lo the/ place of stiHjinj, mclicine ; at the Fall Term: of said! Court. St Louis Flour, Rio CorTee, Me.;.rs. H. DOND J. W. AROVLF, D. i

    JACKSON MORTON, JOSEPH R. COLLINS, I'rtsidtnt.IS thos'ho intend practicing amon; the diddles ol TI10 Lll.LTZFU.., Judge, &c. Tobacco, White Beans, F. II. FI.AUO.T. J. Hoi:o* and J. C. ft' !
    R. TOOMIIS, VAC -\BlJATT Secretary. the Westand Snuth! hould certainty Hiicalr theniselve May 7, Isno. Olive Oil, Oranges. March 10, 1S4'J. ;Q T..o\acau.

    J. THOMPSON. JO?. r.r.tr INT, Counsefloi.JAMES < at a chinol, whine I Faculty are practical ac- A true copy-T'.t, Brazil Nuts, Lemons, t -- :

    c- Editor and papers liiendly! to the, rntrrprize l IJ. GAMBLE, A'I., Toll4hasee. quianted \\ilh (hi ,p ci!."oa "1. C. C.. FIFE, Clerk. Whiskey, Rim, J. SHIELDS, M. D. j.,. _
    will i 1 ple.1 nublish this Proirertu. which will .. January' ll, 1 S:53.: 2yCOTTON That the public mav' Le silifir-d of the perTiananrv May. 11, tSj(. J JS .frn Gin, Claret Wine .aO D.Jr. D.
    tile iiieui 10 mi utlunge me ---.-- of till* srlionl.. Wt> 'li-fl it our Hniti... .hI,. II,,. For sue
    comply with this req'J.st wil will newpaper.send: a co' Al the i ,iu-tpes and l-aruliy forma-UNIT' i in ':action; : I In Chancery.CIRCUIT by ALFRED Drs. SHIELDS & BOND

    the paper coutai'in;; it to the Committee.: I GINS I which auuurs well foi it* future S'lccess; and that COURT, MONROE COUNTY FLA. Much I no, I 1S50. 12 E. HOC. HAVING associated Ihtrnselves together j IB tfi
    Washington, May 2.). I :: peculiar inlt-in.il oiymr.ationlurh' connects of Medicine.' Sursifry, .c.,c.ftr I
    -- --- -.- ------ JESSE II. WATSON them, cannot be interrupted. MAY TEn)!. 1 Ioj'). I Watches! services to the citizens of Qtiiney and tlesllrr IhpI|:

    THE ASSAM TEA COMPANY, i 1M.: "v. J f\"n. Julia Thistle, by her next friend, llirarn")) Jewelry, &c. i"2 countiy.I ; u .

    13i GREENWICH SrRgl T. NEW! YORKTfil GIN MAMTACTCnm, Pniidcnl eftfie Fatulti//. nlJnt'r, {I ( .:;v rriti-: subscribers have Jos! tee em44t ( 1irrrJt1eu t J. 15 t :n
    Paltnyra! Lee MI' 11. IS.i0. IS (irn .I r ? D': or e. -F 4- o,1 a. good supply ot Goods I -- -- --
    :proprietors: hi* to call lilt attention? of con- Cotm'y Georgia, lleekia L. TIiNtle.rROOF :, among which ar: Thomas Jeff. Heir -

    M.r< i'l' Tea, aid the /he.t-ls! of families to "WOULD inform liis frienjs and Ihe public gcne- I J. M.: WILLIAMS havinsrbo.n! m.i.ie! th J Tobias. Gold I.en.r'achci! ATTORNEY ,
    | AND
    the choice aid lire .:I Jecti. of Tea imported by that: he continues, (the above bu,ine"> at ,. .<, out of the H.-xckiah t".1'hi.} Huntin Silver Levers, COUNSELLOR!: AT LAW,
    th.'.. aid iiitlierfcuikn'wiii: : this country, which, his old (.!ani 1, whel't 1 h. will be happy 10 reply>j t theiij H\S just received per &'hr. V. I K. Pcltes fictn I t1N''", niolicn of Ste! ,0j( Fir.rid.i It i. Or- L'Apu-n asul plain! '.mtczs, TWILL. practce in !th. Ciiriit! Court in wh
    Orl, upon S. i K "
    \\X their fraance ;ani ddic"c.V, complied with virfCirr'pyritv with jii'it fiitu artid0 an evidence, of the '\\ ans, plainant's Solicitor/ i ihat Millory, Esq C-.n- Chains, Sc..11.. and ICejs, County of the \Ildd. Clr lif. and in tLiSp :.
    a "t! strcnsth! t/rojuc* an infusion of sur- q'Jiil\! ol' his work, b would state: that oul of the Flour, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, One u'ed in the Complainant's, a li.-ann Hill .!r the tactslur- Bracelets, Cosoru: Pins: Ring, Earrings V rent Court t arid United St.es! Distntt Court a
    pasjif,' ri<:hiss anti flavor. laize 'ii'imbu'r solJ bhim the be had ; anl th-it a liowtn I tlbh ssPE'. .
    pat year. not one has Hogshead choice notice ihi BuJtoris Siet.IU:10115.
    Brown i 'ronf !be ,
    T'c feat fittliicinyf fail d to civ Sugar, (" lf.e! public! MonicettnJanuarv! 29. :S ::5. 1
    I siewspapor
    offti-fd arc t' r nerlVct t'"liofa'linn-and would a" referunrc For of Gold I'-n and} Pencil C.a 59
    I sale as low this State fui t the f3, I
    as all one doe l "pacc of fjiir mnnth- leJst.
    The JeJJo! Cloom Bhck 61 OJ lb. J.j icothe na'pijol ) at : ,
    Tea 1
    a at per anv one who ha-i one of his Aniil! 20, 1S't.'' I JOSEPH Gold Pens in Silver Cases, -
    8 Nipho;, d.j. *' 0 75 Gins in u.>. I ll Is' is i 1 25I I. \\C.\-TfI. CAR A.WAY Sm.rH.l:
    .. i intending" to nlariehiieslablishment :-- ---- --. --- Jll.l' l S-iulherti Silver Table, Tea, Mustard: and Salt Spoons, [ttv. S. DitwcuaATTORNEYS f
    Dian't Ji 0 ;'f. *' con..i..rablIhi"' bv which:.; 11)1". 'e Circuit.: ? .n.1" '
    year ; meani he will I nood..u'P. J"V'p l. Mtrrli V,1. h'5' .I jibf! Clocks!;, ') YJ.j 1 D'1Vtit 'L1
    lysiiUiy Cordial .1. |12 4o :&
    O/tcca, a Giciir. Tea, 1 0'') I, be enaiid! to til'orJ'r.hh: ; ( :: la-t j''ar !he wa-j uii. ami Vrnaif '::(' Plated Ca>fof', Spoons and Folks, J.rl .?
    .". Too-tsiaj *"0*. ** 0 75 i j xble to d.j) with Gin, if poS'ible, "ij;lerior to any ever i1ot!hIcr'm Fricn.l, / ami' Liquid, Cathartic. .\Ci ION OF AS.>UMPS T IY; ATTACHMENTHaUv i Sells of Waiters fee &c. AT LAW, 1

    TJelc.l iaa, &*. 0 00I .' I ."nnufacliire, in Sou'hwestein Georgia. lid hink. Dr. Goidon's An'i-lJilh; Pill TCl-Kkef. TOWLE & MYERS. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.
    *' U4-fi Mivtui, a ..o'npjunj j that t ety }'eir-*' experience enables him to make a Dr. Haslin.'" C rnp-i'iad : r.', ? .ri-nri; I ";,.,.rn I fo _.t|Ill'1- 5o LJ.une. Marc h .1, !S.;0. 11 !
    the Blast 1 rare a.'J choice lilti. b.>tf T article. Dr. LiltlH'-iTo.ii.- Billers,Sirup ToniC Naplha Pdl ; t'.'r ra d:WI'II. ()ur.otC't." s .'_)..;' ") ffJ. ----- July 7, 15-19. 27. !

    Ten grown on the ( |lIite Ceinca: practiralr.scJiani: <*, aid! wilhal,determined I'lsr.*, Lncina C.i dial, and V'ermi- 1 1"M1E: defend-wt, .iiid all! other ( ,.'ns iptereted.I Duggys : BuggysII! A.E.LIAXVIELL

    aid zjnial *oil of Aisim. *' I coII I ihatnint hut t Gi'i tit I thevvr' fir-t cli shall I be inanufactimdin Rnc'vonn: and Tetter Ointment Fr.-r.ch, Mixture '.cr.by "vilified! of the commencement ff! the received at my Carriage Repository f

    *'ith u'ie\t' toencouri3 il h i n r* l'if ot ilJlJ \rfKirutchle > j',i'<''bop, bo .-1' .:'e in3rra..til I horn Dr S.eic.r'sVelaMo.; Pills: and, !liitlcri. above mil, aid lequired to Ppt'Ml1 the next Term JUST 5 C'i4gvith: t to- .. 17 r\Q'iW] AT LAW I

    ,s Teas: it n tb-! hl l1tio:1"r i Ih'Q prupr' : trrs to (ovra", to t th/ atifjt :fioii of the purchi er. He Dr. M-irpJuV.! u.'jr Coated Anti-Fever IiI, (on t Ihe fourth Monday ii:: October A. D. lS5.l) ) ol 10 with--.tt f. ps, \7S 71LL attend aU the Court ol the JJiHdic, .
    13 distribute by lot, amon?I the purchasers, 2 ijuantil* will' d-'lnvr' I lli.'ia! Jrce ol t charge to ;purcltajeri at Dr, !LIT-** \V:f-tab'ie; Tniversal! Pilh, the Circuit Court, for ihe Cp'm1'! -onnnd State 1 Rockiway, 4 :.'.tt", T, V cuit. fx>- Uilice over S. F. Bum '' Cir-
    of T4 ernl to the fir.t jear.' pruflts on we sileseffected Hjf'i plztnhltin'i4.engzemrit! Dr.) lVlr-' \ez't.btPiIi.: of Florida, anti plea.IIII'lit t'cI.trition! tll"d i: prei 1 sccond-i.and Carryall, TaIlatuaee, Ort. "l j, l> (t'J. 42;*} SiC:!.

    Ech parchts.r! will re'd"t"'Iclod in 1 .\1; t" 'nq.le vrh; his trJvellin! A:?' nl., Mitchell's r-it' 'jl\..-, .n-.j:: T..dinp.'an's: I Ivc! Water, WALKER & (VVYNN, 'Ahkh will be :''IJ on I the best t of term -- ---- -
    th I parkig.a n'lm'i'redorii'i.'att*, entitling! him tome or orders to lht> P.-oj:)rieor( ai Palmyra shall be M'itFitl% Piuii\: : Iiiur; and Life Pills, .\:,/(' ton I'Idinlifi Also! on hand Sa idli-.s, Hsi J!'"*, drtnbl, and singta r H. DRl.DFOB.D
    chance in the distribution I attended to. Dr. H{: .10..8 ( .-\priI13. 1 : ,
    fireveiy fifty rents promptly OIlJItu!, tF ( II 3m Harness, and every variit of GodsajdVares: usually .
    Hid out, and on the Tc C"i iltJ: amointins;'to !?:i000, 53-R''PJl'"o: j'ro/crly. done in I the post durable Ge.iuii.e Sioiuhfoii's Hifer Thp above well ''1 found! in a Saddlery! establishment ; and all kinG aF j\7!.gRjV AT LAlfV i

    the uidermentiotied puce's; of Tei, to the value Often manner.jrf known and popular r- nedif lor '11.1 Lv In Attachment. I of work don at the shortest notice, &c. Tttl1a1iset. Ficrhla. i

    per. __cent.L __ ., or twotho'uaidd'ilbri,. ,.will. be ziven_ ( > Ha i is ali] .Aent for 'the man .SHIKLDS & GOLDWIRE; :, .Albert Isestwick, lr 1 1). E. HULL. April 20, 1850. 15
    -uU.w,' III Ootall" ", ar.corall 10 III tnll'1wlng Iocalt : .H..n1..II'JI. ...&. ..Cn.. '- CAST.. IR'ON' UOR.C I 0\VBR."of- I June I 15. !IS'.O. 23 tlJjn Quinry, Fla. *. > Debt: ij-Sl I G_,. Mirrh t Irt. l tO.. 10A \
    5 prizei of 50 Ibot. Tei at $1 I 0}, C'O ln.! cr *2V'I. I <".-% It ..uiuu iu .5J'iiinvv.-i'-in- tifur-- ;-ia Jld! Flnri a. John Unsc. ) ------- W. G. M. DAVIS

    20( 4' 2* 1 00, 'J)0.' Conractsoa; bcmije with iry Travelling APf1I1. Notice to Turpentine Makers : defendant! md all other persons i interetetl' Claret Wine. ATTORNEY AT LAW
    50 10 1 JO, 50'J)' 50". \information wanled with the will t lake FEW I
    ngard to
    ; notice
    co-| and ot the institution of th, co es superior St. Jjlien, just: received
    103 5 1O)"*. :''i') 5iW. operation of iln-s mills can be obtained! by address O rt |'I' any peison who may wi-h i to enter into the in Jefferson Curtiit Couit t. I aIO1'o'Jil : antI for sale by HAS taken up his ahMat! Ta.ahassee.amdm'iit:
    busne:: >.--- A )oun? man, uilh by att3chrnnt, an.l'Jf'pe -tic the C.artof the Middle Ifulnct
    250 + in
    1' a family\\lio ,
    ing .
    1 0), 250 250. me at Palrn\ra Lee CouatvGeorgia.Mjrrh [ r amid plead to the d h.rl.ttation Ilkil ill .iidcase :Me.V AUGHT & MONO.
    lias had i and
    30.1" several'jean e\-erience| in makingTtnpen- ot Fia.ikln: : : and Jack* Cu-nfii
    "Hi. 12 I> on or before the next Foil Term of sail: I Court. Newportpril 13, I ISJ.( 14
    tine, in the of 1 Wilming'' N. f March 0, 1 l 50.
    42' prizes in all. 20'JO lw.! $.(O'. vicinity C.;and uhounderstand C A f\WAY: SMITH y
    Tho.e pTson who prefer lower prized T'lc. rah Agency of the |;rocrv'* Ihorou:hlv. wishes to lake Attor (, CabinetMaking1HF -. .

    Tee Ive their prizes in projvirti ( nurnner of hands to afioid ,
    cash employed
    or at adeductiou of 10 are him -
    ftj Cou itrv Aij. nto reijuired. Applications percent.to be PULMONARY( BALSAM Pcct.ual' Expectcrant I a liberal salary, or an inteieif ;.1 'the business. For Notice .1.r- I Shop and Ware.I.oI: t't'llIl : NASH & TAYLOR -
    dtreiei! '. '" Pure and Medicinal Cod full hi'r parficu'ara address W. JI. Ii. Madison by Mr. Gerard \'in:1'1 hllets, I .
    (postpaid) to the C. I "
    above. Company's Uepol', a, 'Liver Oil, \iill-tJ\'iJl"ltIC; i Mixture, Nervine, Vermifuge II Middle Florida. Is bPI ebJ given thaI at I the rr-celingof the next Lep- is prepared!' Manui.iciureail kind" oi Cabinet Fur-I ,Ot'LD) nespettmity! : inform their

    June S. t CI1. 22 3m Depurative' S>iui; Heart I I Corrector, Humor I I June II, I IS.'>'). 01 3rn iilatine ol the Slate of Florida application will "Ilure. and has no' on hand agouil a-Mrtmeni.which m fiitnJj, and i the public, that ihfj ;i
    .--- Correclol Cuulh and Cathartic Pills, Female Pill, be !nJd.La. : Company 'for the; tranl ot a charter to I: \ill b- sold tow ftr cash. GEO. 1JJ, OX. I : have jut received a new tu'pl} cljw-i, >
    Female & I baKe the WoI'j'Ioi Furniture repaired at the shortest r anti l consul; in;; of Medicices Perfcsiery, i;
    1 Nunn's Clark's Specific, .C., &c., used by him cOII..lallll.I. Notice.ALl. and Umla Kuers navi;'ble, from notice onrra I
    and with ui'preccdtvited? succts* in the treatment! the month of (he' Ocllla to (the head waters ol the !Ie term" Janu-srv IP.! 1S"'O.2 CmrPHE I Soaps' &0., ic; which, ad.lit! t' their torirtr fl
    ELEBRATED[ creditor Iej5jlee, and --- -- -- -- >:.OCli. not lung sin received nJ1.u their a-sct
    -- :
    II.NOowurantedcl entitled -
    C|, Cold! Cousin, CnnsItIh! ; ion, Asthma! I Hetrt JJj- persons lo U'arfcsi.Jeffer ------
    and 7 Octave grand action Pianos.C ist ribut ion i ia;> I Ihe state Quincy Male and i I ffi'lit nearly ccrmplete.! Ladies Ge&t thit V
    eaes, Dyspepsia i Scruf tila, Skin Dieean-s, Rlteuma- of Loui a !15. Nets ton, !on County, July 2f 1S50. 253m Female Academy and eir.cD
    -L T.'O- tim, Female Compl-.iint; Pile, &C'.. ice. of Leon County, deceased), are hcrebj notified -L re-opened January 'il th. the second St'"I..fI I I do not wish te porcie!: Medicines, can call and examine
    Soli an Attachment Pianos, with ve-r Tune Dr. Fitch's une(j'iallid Patent Silver Plated tball.ll'lr claims and drrnaricis: will be barfed at the Notice. will! commence June lah. Students may enter at r I our stock ui Perfumery, Sj.ji>, Xc
    able Reed. The abo\'ece.ebralt'd Pianos can b. had dominal Dr. Fitch's \h xpi. .ti,m of i two >e. rs (toni II.i i, date, unle-u (he any time during I the>ear, andatfer I the second weekofthesesion I I I May 4, !1S5Vt.Wholesale "l7
    bv application D. Supporters; Irnprnvvd I Patent sn' are exhihilcd' totkeubiciiher Q IX months: after dat- the ulld riaf'd. Administrators they will be charged --- _____ ?_._. __ _._
    C. amid all fr
    WJJ4S0 Steel Spring| Shoulder Brace Di. File! ; : persons oJ only "ra the E
    "June ; ; Silver ID- I who have d"I of the late liobert FNher. \ill I limeoi S. s. K
    1.1S50. 21 If hah Tube. an\ ands agjist:: the saiJ derraMtl ale \ prient entering. Board may be had at prices \dryir.g IGHT,
    1 ; I liejutA notified' l heir tin.il account \'lJurhtr..lo I the Judge Leon from .*. to t(
    'llIl'rt"'hi them witbuut delay, and > $10 per month. For further paitiou- & Retail Grotf &
    th' 'roitutc Court, and ask for Provisiaa
    ; ind-ted! 10 said a dischargeiioui said lars printed
    GUNSMITHING.P e late are now called: upon tc.irake esalc. calollvtueihich may be obtained
    DR. FITCirS .
    CHLCRRATCD: SIX MTTIJRES immediate lman1emt lo by applica'ion'! to N. 11. STEWART, FLORIDA.T7 .
    on the prevputirnand cureof Cont>umpli< Adra'r. !
    UN-SMITH WORK or..11 1 descriptions, done f Di'eases of the Heart? &c., and on the method fI'f June I 15, 1S50. yrj Sw W. E. nSIIEK,5AfJmrsNotice. : } sinaH constantly advance oncost on hand.andoKeis, for ca-huh for ibesHwlard IltIiI. !- ,

    with tile utmost Precision and Despatch by i p reserving L ,Health. and Beauty_ .. to _an_ old_ aye. Th. July 20_ 15''). 2S hm articles in his line. Flours of &. I

    the Particular iuh..criberatlIiahop toxtdoor to Dr. HarnardV. t ti toon: it 'point:io\ji>*i of oul in I the cv'only ivive iLHhiV.reasonable. To Ihe Cor.iulT'p- Bacon, Pork, and Flour. ------ SIX month after d.te, 1 shall present accounts i ries-S'ars.; CoHee!, Teas, Bacon approved Kamj. PerS<$ ,
    attention hope for relief. I
    paid lo country otderx and the DACON HAMS nd vouchors the Honorable Soap, Candles Lard
    To mother, directions it SIDES, AND SHOULDERS, ro Court of Pro- and all !tnnlar articles-'together
    patronage all i is solici't-d. '''duration childien invaluable.Rives forlhe rare a-nd .J D 10 barrels Me<.! Poik., SIX months altAr d"It" shall apply to tiie V Jites! lor (tU' County of Lon and a.k for a final seKllementand with Fruits, Irish Potatoes OnionsA' .
    Door Liocis Uf pa I red. Ac., Ac.CHARLES. are 7S,0 coi] <*; : Jude; of Probate in and t Rdi iii V
    of thiit book have ihrou h 20 Si. Louis Flour, for Renton di>charje as Exrcutor! of (time lattill > ", Fige, \hnon .<,aitl; all other zttidtivatttj V
    patted : the
    ( DEM ILLY. ; press, and the Just received per Schooner. County, f.r adifcharge' from an* fuither' adranistia-:: and teMaracnt William Turner, tteceaod.MATIlEV found tnt sizrilar establishrner.t:
    le R. Pelles and for
    Tallahassee, My "2"t. I'S(). SODRTWILLIAM sa Co.,continues 707 Broadway unabated., New YOlk For ,sale and hy by S. S. Fitch & s ale lIy j. M. WILLIAMS., t lid lleaton on the estate cl Charles Laing, deceased, late of TURNER. Slorenex door a'ju\e G. H. Meginniss'.ca Monroe
    ---- County, South Florida. *
    June F--hroarv
    8, 1S50. 22 2, 1 j0. 4 Cm( street.
    BRADFORD SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE. C. T. ) ---- ------- -
    -- --- JENKINS April IS 10.
    Office, first Door Went of Judge Baltzell's. Quincy Florida, Just Received. J. IJ. ALLEN S'Aum". Notice. IT
    c QJ-: Dr. Filc1, Guide to Invalid*, < r Direclions to June 22, &(.
    May 2S, 1850. 20 pMson using Dr. Fitch' emedics,to be had,gratis I 10 OHO POI'NDS; BACON SIDES, 21 tint T lIE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY GEO. H. BESTWICK,
    ---- of all his in this place known as Rjker's Tan arl has
    -- ---- Agents. V/5\JU17 c1/J IblJ. Shoulders Notice.SIX W1ioIca1e
    THE TRUE now on hand and will all kinds i Retail Grocery & ProTiM'oa Dealer
    MEDICINAL June' 15, 150. 23 than 10UO) Ibs. plain Hams, keep of LEATHER
    ----- 5 I tierces Su months afte:date, I shall apply;' to t line I Honor" t lot sale ; aradi1 have fine HOOTS and TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA-
    COD LIVER OIL ----- ar-curtd IlnrnP, i !le Judge of Probate in and for lie! Co'ml01'( made to older. He has on hand SHOES1 >tC!
    SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE 40 bairclj Flour JefTerson a superior : KEEPS I constantly on hand, aid fur bale a''
    USEFUL in th. cure nJ Scrofula, ron iumpli/n., just received 30( Whiskey, for zr.y discharge as one ol' tieAdnhini5tra- doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would re- t cash price? for cashail the article W
    i Asthma HAVE a large and general assort INS t of William "Jellainv, lale of said de- t turn his thanks to the citizens of ; t his line t
    'iim Rrondti lis,CoulIF' of JO Mess Poik C.untv, Gad dt'n and the (3t f business. Flours ol btstqualitiesSnprCollee. .
    and all disea!e of the Che-t ard Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, -ezid.\ SMITH SIMKINS.' [ adjoining Counties for their Teas
    Lung A supply Paints Oils and Dyo Stuffs which 15 Prime past patronage and say Ba ort Hams.. ..v.pCandlesNuls 1
    of this valuable medicine i is jut t received, which is on the,most ,ieasonable terms fur, cash they will sell 3 hhd.s. New Orleans Sugar Jefferson C'nutyJanuary 19. J,5i). 2 6m t to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather sins, Lard, Whj key. and aH! other articles 6a JU! ,

    warranted pure and of very 1iIl1p. rior'1tJ\lil.\'. credit. Persons hinggenuine unadulterated or approved 45 kegs Nails, t rtooM, and Shoes at his old stand in Gadsden found in similar estab'.UhmH.Js. Ail pet'ollswillt.

    For sale by LEWIS & A M ES, cines i will do welt to call and examine med. 3 barrels Old Rouihon Vhikey, Notice. County, near Qnincy. He will be glad! at all times t ing to purchase any of the bore articUsare respectfully
    May 2.;, 1859. 20 Tallahassee, 'Fla. before purchasinglsew here. their stock Brandy, Ruin, Gin, Porterand; many ether articles, SIX Months after the date cf this notice. I will I. l loexchange any of the above articles for Oak Batk, invited to call and p.ricc th ero before bayin -

    I Quincy, June IS, IS:?. 23 than which \\ill be sold for a'I.'ry small advance on COl I. my vouchers and accounts to the Honi I hides, crippled negro boys or his own paper.frV l elsewhere.
    Privato Boarding House I ht Heisiij h determined to give bargains all shall find it Jude of Probate for Leon County, 'ton a final settlement 2( Good Hoot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, Store formerly occupied L. & H. Gretwtft

    iEX or twelve Gentlemen ran be a<*cotnodi?cd Peas. t thcii intueet' to give the subscriber a call before pur- and discharge from the Estate of Dr. I. D. can have employment. & Co.,cl'lrnc.-r ot Monrocand Jefferson streets.

    JL Day Boarden.at I th<> rcnd"iicc ..f J Jhn n.l.lo.d.is,I 1 f\ BUSHELS of PEAS 'lor sale by 'Ila"102. S. S. KNIGHT. Newton, late of said County.deceased. W. II. Mc.MILLAN. May 12. 134'J*
    1U TJIahasrce PATRICK Tallalm t f',February 2. ISSO. 4 -
    June -
    on Monroe street, next hrnjse to the store occupied S. S. l UN1GUT. S, 1850. 2i Adm'r. ly
    by Mr. Leon Bran, on desirable term Also one June 22.1550.1 24 March 23,16>50. II-((5inS .ETNA INSURANCE To the Florida Volunteers.

    furnished room. now unoccupied, lot a gentleman t ------- Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Jotice.IX COMPANY, THE undersigned will attend to the collection0'/
    and lady, or two tingle gentlemen. Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, T K subscribers have on hand two hundred and I CONNECTICUT. against the State or the Unild State

    Tallahasjee May II, 1SV). IS /COMPRISING hi* I Expectorant(, Hair Tonic AlJ filly ounces ol' Sulphate Quinine, which they tice months I after 'the first publication of this no. pUlLDINGS, Stocks and Cotton iii Ware-house lor services r rendered by or supplies famished.; 'the
    t shall apply |to the Hon. James JD
    \ terstive. have obtained muted E. Dioome, insured against loss by fire. Florida Volunteers the Siat'
    Hair Dye, Carminitive Balsam, Tonic from the inanufaciurers( and 3 Judge of Probate lor Leon cad\ into service of
    Fruits, &c. Vermifuge Sanative Pill, and Ague Pills, for sale bv t they will warrant it to be a superior article. tram the County for a discharge LEWIS & AMES during the recent Indian outbreak.Jleinj .
    RAISINS, OR_\NP.ES. SHIELDS Si GOLDWIRE, We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medi Youngdeceased administratorship, !late of Leon of Ihe estate of George January 2fi.' I 13.V))). 3 A pnlol, Tallaha!!'-. ; lhonohly COIlVt'rsllnl with all the font

    D LEMONS, June 15, ;:)). 23 1 tlJin Quincy' Fla. cines by recent an hals,&IId are prepared to execute County, Florida. Garden Seeds. and business nece>*?ry for the collect it'fJIt the s31'
    APPLES. ONIONS, orders (tot articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, .Adm'r. DAVID D. YOUNG, he flitters himself he will he enabled lo gi'* (Bj*
    IRISH POTATOES. Dr. ". I*. r mfiibcfid' UI'S tl'arjllu.1)r. ,. on the most accommodating terms. March 16, IS-'O. George Young deceased. A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS; satUKiction. lo those entrusting their claims t*

    MACKEREL in half barrels and kilts, ) Sand do. W have also a few accounts yet' due 'to us forth t C lo 6m just received 'from the celebrated garden ol'GI,' n 11:1.
    PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, Dr. Wood's do. I year 1S19. They arc generally in small amounts' Notice.- I R. Garretson, on Long Island. For sale by Reference-All who know him.GEORGE .
    Just received and for tale by Dr. null's do. I 1 but if Ihe whole could be paid shortly, it would goI LEWIS & AMES. W. HUTCIHJ'S-
    JOHN McDOUGALL. Dr. ComsfockV do. I far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe. SIX months after date, application will be made I January 5, Hi50. 52 February 23. 1S50. 7

    December 22,1S49! 50 Dr. Comstock's Pain Extractor.' LEWIS & AMES. the Hon. Jude of Probate (for Leon County, V -
    For sale by SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, June 8, 1650. 22 (or letters of dismission from I Ihe estate of Thomas S. S. Knight Court of Probate.

    Pain Killer. June IS, ISOO. 23. tlJan Quincy Fla. White deceased SAMUEL late C.of WHITE s.iid County. WILL continue business at his old stand, where STATE 0''LORID.. ss- > AT CHAMBK.
    FRESIf supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,jus it Groceries.JUST May 19,1S30. 19 6m hopes to wait ou such of his friends as hare Washington County. ) March S.I?50.
    A heretofore extended liberal
    4 Provisions &c. received so a patronage, promis the Sion of Kcwf
    received and for tale by per schooner Pettisfiom New Or- IN matter of Smith Girrdian
    T. WHITE t CO., Agcnti. 44 BARRELS MESS PORK Lard Oil, (pure.) Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c ing that all shall .have good articles at lair prices. K. Russ, minor Leir of Robert Ktw, deceased: .
    April 2 .184! 17 y
    Nov, lber 17. 1819. 45Nails. 6 do. Prime do. Extra Sugared Hams, I received from New Orleans V On the petition of Stephen J Roche and Jamr
    5 Kegs Leaf Laid Plain Harno, I JUST Petted, per schooner. A Icoltolic JHstracl Cnnualm Indus. Long, secnriiie.s, praying tnat Sn>n Smith. Goarfli laJ j

    2 half barrels Cranberries Rectified Whiskey. Flour-OhIo JlL Collodion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster as aforesaid, may be required t 10 piP new stC 'IIJ>' .. J
    1 hhd. clear bide iiacon Alcoin Store- ntitT.St.: Lfnl, Phlloloken! Nuvine, in lieu of petitioners or in defaolt thereof, iba' **'

    80 KEGS AJa'an and Fall River Cut Natle,just 1 do shouldtf! dl. Clear Sides, Shoulders, Uncoil Si4l4;s and Shoulders Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by Smith be removed from -aid Guardian hip: 'ljr

    received and for sale by 10 bbU. St. Louis Flour, Molasses. St Louis Flour Lard, Molasses and hitgar. SHIELDS & GOLD WIRE, pearing to tKe satisfaction of Ibis Court !J6*' :;,
    McN AUGHT St ORMOND. 5 do Rio Corlee Sion Smith. Guardian cf R.-bert E. Rnss. rr.JnJ' !
    5'JSacks Salt
    planting Potatoes, &.c itc For sale by J, M. June 15, IS50. 23 tlJan :,
    Newport .\pri113. 10. For sale WILLIAMS. Quincy, Fla. of Robert Rus deceased tbe I IU'>
    14 1 hhd. fine Sugr, cheap by A. E. HOC. May II, 1"5U. IS resides beyond, ,
    20 bushels Petit' Gulf Cotton Seed June 29.) 'ISr O. 2.' or the state ol r'loritia, but in or.e 01 Ihe Ilr" '
    Saratoga Water. 10 barrels Rectified Wlllllkt v. Bagging, Ihe United} Slates to wit: tnt Stale .3Jj i"pr;

    20 DOZEN: (quart) Congress Water, just reccivcd Just lec'd. per schr W R. P lles. and for sale hMcVAUCHT \ Flour. Provisions.JUST ROPE, AND SALT, for sale bvMcNAUGHT so that notice of said petitioners cannot be served

    and for sale by & ORMOND. AFRESH! supply Family FLOUR just received received per Schr. W R, Pelle, from New & ORMOND. upon him :
    McNAUGHT i ORMOND. Ncww| 'rt, March 0. !' 50. 9 "Llcwellvn," and for sale bv Newport. January 5, IS50. 52 It u therefore OrdereJ, That the said Sian SD'lh.
    Newport. April 13. ISM 11 1 McNAUGHT & OHMOND. Clear Sides, Guardian II afor'aid,do appear and an\\'tlllaid' p'

    New Books. Newport June 29, 1S50. Shoulders, Tin Manufactory. titiorcrsviihin four( inor-lhs frcin tie J3'e '. the-
    Flow Iron. Fxtra first publication of this order liVe said }pt'lll
    Sugar Cured Hams or
    FINE selection of lie Novels ,
    ol 'the
    A day, to. Plain Hams T.TAVIrG engaged additional workmen vre are will be taken as confessed and the prayer I
    assortment of wide Iron, S. 9 and pcthfr with others, such Uiuccs' Refrigerators and Meat Safes. iI .
    AN sij 10 in-j many as Life JrimtLf'aolLard prepared to fill all orders in our line in a.. granted : ProriJ.TJ That a of Ibis' >
    .,uifable' for Plow", receited Schooner and Travels, Humbnldt'ti Travels Rambler in Mex from Bark copy vt-
    per LANDING "Llewellyn" an assortment Star Candles prompt satisfactory manner. All orders from published \V"tk for 'four months in srrnent
    Abelt.! aDd for eale by i ico, Los Gringos &c., for sale by the
    named articles
    for will
    \ sale by Pearl Starch. For ale country receive immcd'ate' allen!on. A paper 1 published within the Slate of Florida.V
    McNAUGHT b. ORMOND.t McNAUGHT ORMOND. McNAUGHT & OR.MOKD- by liberal discount given to inercha ts and dealers. WASHINGTON TAEOK.Jud .

    - t. ? JCsrch 3, I8W. 9 f-rtJrt, April 13. ie 0t' J4 Newport, June 2', 1O. May 25, 1550. :0 ALFRED E. HOC. WHITE & CO. re of PI'ubalur U'psbiPgfon COUD 7-

    June 9, 1843. S3 April 27, l50V It; 4ni2