The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
September 28, 1850
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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:
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.

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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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Rt'.ruMi.hed! frrm cur ht. State to ("cdt'"l' accept it, aid call upon !applicable; : ) the present Mate of lJingll.-! I sellers, ways down the first operation- lr.1 Fur the r''oritiian /.Jatmiat. '
Disunion Not an Issue. Gov. Drown and Georgu T. Waul, aye, and( Clayton's compromise bill proposed to et.ib.lish Chase backs: him up. It is but a preliminary New Democratic the Old.Wi s Bathe; ?un:unknown man in an unknown:1"1'(. "l ,
vs. of
Florida Sentinel; h (territorial government'* for all 'tin territory t movemnt.Ve spirit ( progress pointed' hi. ardent t
of the '
Promilie tone upon ft. C. Cabell, to stand up)] to the: HI'I"| nllican :,- not Hop heie. Can, i find in the Sentinel of the 17th, instant I' to another world( baptized .1'
from Mexico.! Th' erte; .1If it viiilditvc by 0
acquired 'l mn IIIJihal
: clearly manifest' tint thai paper i is endea.voring l faith and )have ( Whi any t : the abolitionists! will be an efli'orial on ihe right of ; healed : in the ,
jt i is we no: fears ;" secession f.rofTHe-periJes anti! (that '
l : bf; -n to have opened t tli whole' to Uie quieteduth the California, ; raco $' .
nn-l Texas _
to make tin* election. now% pending turn t though they bo, that they will anaj s lhetnsel\ee owners of"! iv<.., subject lo I Ihe decision oflhp% rangfinent, ? Does not : still are iu the alcove style in v.ich!: a right, hieretofuart'i which is Ibc crowns humanity, now swarm : : 1

j' upon tini i''Elille of Union/ or Disunion. It seek* by the tide of Federalism and against State! Supreme ( fIIrt.' I Il, waslo such a e: tl't' only Georgia ? slavery exist in hel.l! as sacred by the, States' is i on Ihe; fertile soil of thai rw earth, to chaiuitiviti'r
| lightly' awl slurred f the editor. lie the
tic jyti that the i tint non-intervention 'nM apply.! Hut if Mr.ClayV I Tim: even at by lo car of ckilz.ilinn. illuminat* i. .
create impre ) trade bill
I' jndiectiv (o Hihts.;; Does) the Fmthrl iPtifar, thi i iue 1 s ave ; of '1r. Clay provide* rails it a rehash of all the crudities ever conc maY.i1,1TiIII the Vams: .f
liberty ami(
ppmoerntic party iiI favor (1Iht'') latter, and compromise bill should pisCongiess: t that any plr'olt who shil! bring a i l.ive intothis .'ctcd in nullification, limes Ac. 1 let m.ikt- semi t. r
Judge Bcriien on the "Compromise." won't] ;intervene by I that: very net, 'lo puihihitslavery t DiMiict 1 for thc of errors crumbling away in an awfT.j, .
into the, of doctrines purpt e gelling outof a fiorji tlc h ; ; .
nt once promulgation q-i'itatiou I i of E\ Governor hailn ol >! mu.'I.t'n '
rntrt W( call I the aileniimi of our traders to (hiconcise i in I the movt i input t u ttl and; valinblepiit ; it again, in the flf( 'trade, sJItllluu.) llif writings : n ]flU can 1 bir; ,! tht\ t t ,
: aai ill'St 'ILe iilii i of any Smie' nn mat.' ; way Tdzewell!, of Virginia, which were Jield at wingof the "-agf rn with a .cobweb, when!
and clear! opinion of Judge Hcrrien, t of 1 t the comnrm ft.rriloy-f"r: all nrt.t'haitIit' I "!a\e, who uhall! have his freedom. An a. th'il yooj L't
for what, to secede trom tl.e; Union t people \\n chanced! lo be i in Cti 1 if rlr.. mendnit-it to day as the! lery best authority ag.iifMnullification : can Mop; tie t world 'in it" mown: f by a prietlj 1 I. "f
iinpo>e flute in lieu of this '.
ter t the able and patriotic Senator from ( eorgia.on a : arlangement ; but which unuld! have lost all .Iicurn, ,then ,i
_doctrines which lie leadeis. of its own parjv l ni.t, had no ti:lit to declare this prohibit mu. was rejectfj. Mr. attempt) arrest thegiant oflTl. r,. '.
> Clay's their
the and effect of the | if lilt writer, like the editor of lhe in Iti*
operations Compro.mie > press majesty career. lie who doc .
null and 1 void at.teinj.t
the of and thnt their act i is entirely : until will probably: ,thai have .J,4
? disavow, or be fake to history passn we a fairpionpect Sentinel had thrown offlhe
must u m'l.k and it before; these
hnve 'been ,
Uill.; .
I Congress hiil; give it lie! and talidtly. Ilis of"a hiaht.-i- fehoiirioii : MCCODI.plikhed ; :,
We )have oepwhere? thown oftlaver) iu out bol.liy f ti/r a CVn'ral 'r .
jeir, !liveF. Goveni'nent. That, must only! be crushed ,
, pat It is hardly m'cfl'arJ'lo that' Judge Her- i (Ih. mine; (ihing KS if Ctiiii IC'( !! had& imposed this District!& at tins s-e si.n himself beneath .
say > as a cornjiensaiioiito I belieiv.. '
nosnne in the South his I .
tie views (it f the fathers of the Ke. man has evert'ie mighty fk-el.
'; were IJIt'u1.h's. If Caiifornia i is ad- '
"hat is of the ,i its and i tiltpr"'il'o : ihe North for refraining from the in "
lien one most eminent j ji l proviso : before. If uch U not the meaning of -- f : _
on this cession clllrtr lIl', at a milled with !her ".t'uut C"l !ituti"n. CfJfl fl'S the territories vhero -- l pt., /
party P'
is excluded CcrrnerIJII'l
publican slavery by I the ediioiia! in -.1 He .V r
statesmen of the country" and) that he i h a question, it has nft meaning to COlli. .1Ji'. "
'illltailJ>\' 'nt'tI tigaiml the Sou'h. and} t the laws of God P ,: }
hen the present) Kxrcutive of Hoi ida act.rd nu-1 1 the laws Mexico,
w it. It Loox
time sLid of .\IJ
he .
\'U ablest! ,
by (
and of GctietalTaylor one 1 writers u! II'4m: 18jO.
l\7iig, was a waim show of '. '
supporter ihercfme wilh lil"- Without
( t anoijit-r!
( any just word for ihe t
with thai paily.andwe: .hall not repeatthemirre. present, we I the last century thai 'time muliitiitie mall : .\" Car as --regard .
} for the Piej ldency ; and we mention: plead: non.intt'u! vt'uiUui as an rxruse. fur with.lio'.ding : submit this (i,';elbr. the benefit of the digestive I general events, the pre* ,r "
We will imply ibat; tn-itber Ciov count lies art patient to a certain point. Ill ""IIIt'ek has been a! dull .the '
my a! fait' ,
frc'ii the S .uth, act which of One ,.
these facts merely] for the ofexhitittingmoje : : any may organs lu: gnoi' [people of Georgia. ; :
purpose usage : ro'ts-e their indignation and! burr CirCIIIIItlI1CU" however .
Erowr. :1fIr .hj. Ward can give their assent lie : to protect her in the enjoynvnt; -- -- ----- may ) will ado! strikingly III t .
'j prominently the of truth and necessary 11.em into excesses )buflho l fault the e.haracterisfics! of .
" power pal Democratic ; original i i'l ingovernment. the .
die monstrous federal d'gmantcir organ of her Constitutional I I lights.i liIcetrng.Pursltnl year namely : !
i riolisn tics when! for :. Solid} !hnguage: : will't i I I aptly The Duilh (f Louis PhU .
over >aity contending to iiotice r.r -ln
can not belieMhat State ] I hope[ these answers will be snfTioieiilly fll:\ lout a larg" portion / a recent .
prO111geS.'c any ma&toty in an upright heart.Jir'ge i explicit to put ymi in possession (tt f lilY .,piujons of i hit I Deniucraiic) i citizens of Marion! COUIIIcOU"II.d \ apply to the condition! tI.the Southern! Statesat letter 11II lIliflIt'tllhc death of L.mis Philipewou.d Y. '
Rig1IS"Ii however unwilling to sC'.c.defron' I ihis t lime ; tUltl1 I might it is probably! : t, .
I ; ; alarming .r'lI
in an a.Mition
Ueriien completely sustains the posl. -nijijhile' : I believe t that you attach too (the Court t I House on' Saturday, :3 Ii t say lo the IP. .:.
the lTnu-ii 'because of the admission nf ; ult.t for f (he enough to rouse the attention: of man* matkab.'e!' list of historical ,..
of suitable every bra
have fril selecting % '
them I purpose peisona-res "
I much: : importance in I not myself a can ;: .
lions of Heard tile oJ f ho :
Major as to operation w pretends to for have been
Califiirnia' will deny tece*.;ton as a right in at liberty ti) withhold iht un. In t tlu- pre. diddle' (to them in the next. LegUlaime. a concern the public wej. removed during the year 185y; .- .
the ( and demolishes! the fare. For the last five the The event took '
' I Tompniinisc, flifnsy twenty yean : [place at Claremont .
die, last resoil, find it is uoi for the Honda s nt posicre: of our alTiiis, I l.1l'cry anxious Sll1lh-1 on Mon
platform (If the 1Icu.lighl! nOll."fcrL'l'/ jxit- ,that fe low eli,IZt'IIS of Georgia should (On motion; Col. Province was called! the crn people! have borne the day, WAi inrt.inr. which was also il," anniver. f_ -
fcnlincl, wilh a etngle! dash ()If its pen, lo blot inv the North with' almost heroic : of Prince u ; -
I rioTs lie remaiks, justly, that 4% Congres* thoroughly imderMa; nd I Oieir position! and mingling Ch.iir: Ira krz1riorc, who, after bi icily: slating patience ; and sury Albeifs birth day. Its ;mmw. :
of the collections nothing, diane
pl prevented
(tlm he a catastrophedhteen occurrence
h ardent love of the Union wish ( oj"ct of tho mefling introduced iheHuJieijco scarcely expected. as he
legislate, (inter*'ene.) firth** protection an ; an un- lo .
cia may but thmloctrino, of had been able t rrt' be ;
Tazewell jears ago
and masterly rcaf-onings or a .Majoj l John Iii'aril secesiiofi. carried in'o air
deterni'ijation, the Democratic
iilieiable to assert t their equil open two
Giles. Hut our main design in this article is of aright' guaranteed by ,the"Constitution, but ri ht under the I Constitution, should! ) calmly null candidate fur Catigress; who happened to be It was ihy ground assumed: by I those das previously but on the ar}ifa the flier that :' .
cannot II. isb'e to destroy? it, who called themselves! Union men at thai his end was .inevitable! became '
lo notice the i h tue the federal organ is evidebtly steadily r.'iit"'mpldle! the const'quences' ) which present.Major known to his ; '.
lime and) .
feeling t'lat-lhe South phjsicians, and it
Congress has Ipyiflah' fjr the revolt fiom llu dl.cisOll; which they maadl > IJeard arose, arid, erifer'aincd! I the was injured wa communicated to I him? in ,
force into the
; seeking! present can. i for jmd complained justly, lit*} dared .not tell her the presence ,,f his Q-een. lie .
protection, but has legislated for the (l,:slruc- '!. meeting an hour or more' with an able exposition received the
\'ass: and we at once and without any JJc i. i|shall be learn has of (he principles! of the two she was without remedy ; but held secessionto announeerneiil with composure; gaTe cle-ir!
tion of a Constitutional right of &}utJ crnrrs. glml to thit thi- letter ) great ;political be : .
taiion protest a imt any Meh issue. Xei- reached : ) parties' ofihe t (Union I Iraring t their i a legitimate, peaceable! and rightful remedy instructions regarding .such! final arranemen'uas
; oiigin
And tho papers inf.nin us that this trittu';phover l you. \ooi ill lucid (for insufferable;: evil : wbiie; they held! that he wished to Fie made and! nh.4 ]-r .
(her t the democratic party. its candidates, nor J. MACIMIEK; B'-Jrmr.x. a nuniKT! ; showed lhit! : sectional: and o dictated a ,
the of the South celeLnlerl in ti'iilifiraliou! was in its nature : cosicl-mori! I loan
I lights wsi< not political interests divided i revolutionary.No aufc.hiograohy, but which h.
,its are advocates rfdisunion. In all Mrs.r". James 1 11.1 Koyal. Jo..'jih A. Sttm.! u at present asa :
presses the, capital of our gloriouso"/ by illuminations make, and Richard S. Scruggs.Cerretpomltncf p.-o|plp.l ; defined cieuily I the ithimutuut of! it was reserved for a man fiom the State had written since l.i.s aW.cdlio. which .. -
aid and dune their visits ,
have have
ihcy Massachusetts, the 'land of blue lights andllaik had latterly been
Southetn r1"itl'lIdcd his
and the roar of artillery j : conces>::on as consistent wish) civil I by iHnes S
Iccn directed to :11).M'r1..atiuu of the Union, of the Savannah Georgian. liberty; ; and cciiciirji'd! with a patriotic appeal l cockades, to muster us into service uuderlhe Tu: debility: w hid) first gave warning: ;hal "- ,

I liy preserving the ComJiuiiion, die bond ofI'liion. Thus is the Soulh first 1 pluudl'fl'dmu] then Affairs at 'to the! riiizrn? of M'lrion l to stand: or fall wilL) I government of a im re numerical majority I the clow of hi i* 1 f fc was at hand: was sncreeJed S

insulted. If we. submit tamely: to ,these out. Washington. and give us the first I lesson of: dutmg the nigh rather
the implicit by ti.Ient i !
% Tfcey would bull! M VC ihe Union, and I \'.\ lIl\TUS; fcVpt.l 10. 1330. delegated; rights! of the Constitution. fl-rer, but }- .
rages, the day is not distant when tht condi- Afer i IW ;addrfIr.. DAVID I ixcteit'cttd ESw.t obt-dicnce to the laws of mi ld. His first he is said t lo have retained his consdfJIsn's; '
to far as il-is pres is confined, the eftul of Then, were great rejoicings in 'this city list I text i3 I ikeu from that document of abominalioti to the lasf, and to hive ; :
lion) of the Southern States will be worse than I Pifi-i.K-nt:: uf) the Conyeiitiou, and expired surrounded by
itHnodu-tors will continue toc\ diifried lo Saturday; night, and an irnpromjitu s-erenaJing J. N. ,rmrx.J; : chosen} Secretary.On !>* the Proclamati n and Force Hill. that his funnily; at 9 o'clock! on the following) morn. .. _

that' end. by urging unanimity among our pro- that of devoted 1rt'1tndlJJ r Tier gloriout -onipany: g'.t up by some ol the! men motion, a co'nmi'ter drew down on the head of Andrew Jackson Hi!,'. Had he lived until', 'the GIla ,,f October. .
Union with I'ngland and when paliiou whon5sp.rtlllCirco'Hltry'p visited: the lodgings of Messrs.I 1'oote, coui-I: ting ofAlesif. the of his he wou'd f
; I ; Clay, curses enemies and brought the next. have
< the lights them. : 1). Proxiic" completehis ?7lh '
;pie 1 for protection common to I J. Paine, I II I. T. Gain; ; year.
tights, will bt> i tratupoiled! Cats (mail the; arr.tuivuient-Fi.ote utaiifhng! lielvenston.V. bu! 'fe buried in a vault at '
W but the admission of IS. D. Uianch. II. F.I"er: WJIidt1f
all. cannot regard .
( !like the j-1I.Ia; beiv\een two bundles: of ht: -) a document repudiated? and near Claremop.r -i1,
) ) regretted; by the with the u'tiaiate! It
to the coast offiica, and made the slates 01! Jas. \\'t'"j.sJ. Morrison, J. Hall;, J. :l. Me- intention: : r
California: hiid the diHnembrrmcjit uf Texas Speaker Cobb.! (hurrah for Georgia !) Douglas I man whose name was appended 'lo it, and; M said, of his remains "
Ituraht B. .\. removed
dares. Carter J. E. .!!.. F.1.. DIJ.ranee to
as most t tli b.JZ1It'd! outrages tipoit Southern: emancipated nil,!, and llIulI I I lon, (-Oh! i tlw-e! pt.tent ten musts I I!, Cram, Wm. KedJing, and DavidUnness 1 would! have been buried in oblivion, JlItlho.ll( ranee. Shortly afier his death, his family .:t."",i

light*, and severe if not fatal, blows! to South. ALEXANDER) GA., Ang.'lO. 1?30. li !) Webster (old 1).t Ii's a pielly good m-tn Was appointed to nominate: a candidate i. j i il t comport with) ihe spirit of these !tithes ; a L receded a priva'e! visit from Queen Victoria V ,.{

fin intere h. Siil if the South fubnjiu; asvc Sin :-Fully! impressed with t the! belief that f for his latitiije) and Senator I Dickinson) the for the Assemb'v. i document pronounced in the United Stales and Prince Albert, who came for ihe purpo' <8 4 S

)'our deliberately expressed piuionli j upon I the most 1 rui! the will have alternative a r"'t
presume we no :1 eat emergencies, and! from all I the "ethes months, as ultra and) federal and only a single ,
prnciples: ir.x'o'.ved! in this cri>i" of our public : p :absence: rl" I-> ihe unworthy. of t aitenrlanf.' During 'the week the ,l'
nive lIcqllit's en'e can do no more than u(Fairs would exercitt* a m<"
denounce the act whirhrorrgs: and degrades tluence upon the distracted cmnsr'K tlf! Ihe except the little fpeechof:Mr.t Cohb, wbo lid Whereupon, Co!. Province, at tb instance : ;jor, does it not make your blond boil I mat his long career, and by extracts of
: .
linr. Let others laud and appiove it, if they !-'ate' we hate l taken the liberty of intinding! nothing Jib>;it it, thUni 1] II' is all ri4ht and of th i ci'minlttee: introduced t llie I following I when your own organ, }our much lauded Sentinel a similar kind from the Frenebjoumnak On '.

will-we envy tht-in uot their ;patiiotisni ; hut tlil'u; your leifutc motnent In propounding i the clou i1s me clean :"lIc-lhe I I'e-olntious.I! wLich: J were unani.nonsly: I adopted I t catches cp and dasJrs in sour face such t Ihe- whole these hive been impartial and have .,

i he following! j'It' tic'ns fur jour cllnsiIiy wilh '
\\'' deny" to them *he rigl' d ptonouucing us ; was required to t
trouble! among ourselves down to the latestpofctfii'.y. subject of your bitterest. and resist which public writers
make such of curses to 1 seek
to disposition faMf
we n lr> >
Ii fcli propose yourrt'pl m"crilc! '(0,or withdraw from t the'jon: : .. ...... _. ., ..' .. .. his'orv! bv : -
( utiifii ists tJl't'n1."tl' our ijrs run in a dif. '. (should! you denn them worthy (.f one,) ; i: That is the} general calculation deduced HcxiJccd, Thai ihe Territories recently! ac- w 1..1. : .a ee a .JJ 6. .iJ. J-- -- 'Y f7rr" .".ev.jiiiiioi .. .;" ._
'ihe nusfakes
'rerontcliamisi (horn iLeii's.'e; 'born ':t" *!: of k-t 1 ? and defects of departed .
are not in : consularmott pa ige person ,'. .
yet us you, your mature judgment, may lilt.j i from Mexico are, and ought to be.
q i
The Xiv openas I B it let us examin" and sen a little further whose motives' and art .
Ciiinfticive 1. Mexico at.d Texas bill.J. during his life, .
hiss he rod thai to the interests.Vt
ptrpared to ( smites us. Unitfd public well io emigration: fWllllhe _Soui'n' a" from 4 S
when alone
Ihf' of humiliation which the editor of lie could I be
t!. Th rdifiirnis bill. t tt'ph! lo wounded bv ire
the feel I no hcbitation: i in 'xjr'issin2 our decided t the North and that I may '
South which "
have secured her : legislation ex-
tniynt lights ; any i ihe Sentinel, would reduc" if dispo hare been the object of the harshest
:3. The Utah ',iII.) l u we are r criticisai. .
conviction, that a ,public! c'xpuiCln i opinion, eludes Soiilhernets, with,!i.
united fche property I
still rosy preserve what u left "ed to submit! tamely. Here, then is a ri'stutifiti f -
\onrpatt: would be directly inMrumenla] i u i O} ye Southerners hang tin. your fi-MIes! t tutiomlly pose, w-l;! be oppressive, and Lean and Fat. .
to her.As Oraught presented iu the United States Senate :
harmonizing the conflicting, viewsprevailing along tins rivet,s of I IJabylon, owl t-eriously' f with and S
re'.1 deep illju'icc.RfM"C.l i in 1S4 i by Mr.t hates! as adopttd by the Legislature The Paris correspondent of the St. Louis .
ihe I'mocu4ie .
to caudidate for ( \
> State of jlect the conciliations
nfiei to fa gieal an ixtent in) the Gt-orgia. i : upon and conces>;ioii>- I That we will cheerfully! divide

; >s, 1 he dOP not, and never Las, nd\'iH'd die. This[ coin ;iclioi) thus fnced ion our' :iiiitsds whit-h! have saved (he U lIillll.: Territories so tint I the North and South may i of Masachmuet': : Republican[ relates the following anecdote : ,- .
tinii'd.ViJli niatiy (,iijer Southern men of muU be an apology! (ir; :the liberty we have; You tire shut out of California' aol her gold enjoy equally this common: )property ; and further Hcsdccd: That the Commonwealth of! At the theatre of the Varieti-s there is an "'

t taht u.l1u\ us t to our l.i l mines tight.: Massachusetts, faithful' to the coupacll/t't\\'t'l'U actress' one of the best in Pari"'Lo has ..h I '. S
li"ih exprets lp.I t ( purchue-e uII'Pilct",) will submit' : ,
lie Ijt-lieved is a we .
parties, there .
were : of the United
h ihe people States according tothe misfortune i? .
I probation of the stand. you have taken in our You have no f'3rtI11.h'wce in New :Mexico -. t that Southerners be excluded: from the Terri- t > be exceedingly! deporablthin! f S
than a dill..IJutittu of the Union: which plain meaning and intent in vhich it iras almost
; -we
: might
I beLali. Utah ,
oi among ( '* t North >f 3J30-much ho larger share! scraw-ney. A few
lory :
t the South int litije 'iuiced. to lie If the bill the You have full un'hrskxtd and acceded to Ly them, is sincerely months' she hearJ of doctor iVsaid S
: encounter.. 1. jppoilcd to Senate by tli to pay :t -haic (tfthe ten millions If i permitlKl to enrgrato; to and I enjoy with ago a who it .

o'eprrcateu the passage of the Compromise committee) of thirteen, known: SiC the compromise ; for a surrender oi the third part of Tex. t their property: the small portion SuutU ofih.itline. ( l ; anxious filr its pr-ervaJion! ; but thai: it U delermined had M'cCt't"l1..d! in manufacturing! a mineral : \.t.

Hill bill), had become a hw of the land tuuldtiarcry as. t as it doubt not the other Stales are, water n hj;:h had: the power making pf>o- .
cs a measure fraughtviih, more uliirnateii11rv .,
.: have been extended to I tl.e! Tenitoiies And r.nt of"the 700,000 quire; miles acquired That while for S-nti-! I i) submit to undtlega'cd powers in no lo>ly (1 PIe grow Hit. She went to him instauTer.Dt'Cior .--* I
; lo the South than llcsolred wv ;
; even dissolution and agree ,
acquired from Mexico ? from Mexico! for .t hi-eh. you paid) vour full to lie cxcluJeil from the entire men on carfh ; that the pr "ct nf annexation h said she, what must I do to gel, S:
fur; hinifcpll) individually he preferred the latter \\'iIIlltlt the claim ihit C. ,' blood and erners TeiritoryNorth Texas, unless arrested on the threshold, may fit ?" h Tke; waters.t h J. ,,
Jia And Jet
U. : nigrPs& proportion' ( I& 'asire. Clml; bej! 1 u". I of 33 :30, we make! a concession toy I shall!
lather than encounter" ihe evils the foimcr ,I the liLt, and it i U its duty. to h-giblati lo jiro- j i we have it MI arranged ,that slavery can 'nevergo 'ili.-tl further' w' cannot recede great without \'ileubmtssiooauJ ; ?en.! to drive these Slates: i/i/j dissolution ofthe. fat ?' Immt'di ''ely.' The thin :ietretpunget f '.

v," .' irlJ.11 implication I into ai acre of it CUl..t'nI"III\1 ;:. Pro I I: ? i dishonor i : at 30 :3:), h we sanJ? I Union, and will furnish 'new caluninie* into IhedOdnr's baths' an'l I drank the water ( _

that opinion l hs i'R \liven tpnIJUIICt) and uiisleprcbented i the power to l gt&hile again' it ? \'it) i i i'l d'l1f-p'ac! ? is reotor.vf, -tvubrare! 1 or (,II. against republican! goveiuments! by exposing early and late. Thrct months pa<*vd away." ?r ,S'

::1. If tLc constitution!: Ct1lirs the ri:'jt of ,our brethren of the Xorih and u ltille Mr. Gd "r's cordial' the gross cor.trauiciion of a people professing but she "rlno fitter. At last she called theilocfor .- ,
; hut he is nol the (kfct Southern; cry ; assent being, given to .
uianhose lavervt4i and the *. Union is l to I'f t free, and 't.: seeking to extend and per.l'ctuatp and said "Doctor. '
enter' occupy Territoiieso! 'lforc'r; and a thy. the iauei-ts resud in the ( Keg.olutions : I don't grow fat. ".
I rent : e foregoing
\\ attachment and jealotm repaid) for the the United States ill ihe demand, } the subjection of iheir slaves. "Wait a little; while .
w upon Con- I As Mr. -bMer paid, the Smith' gains pr '. liis nornin-ation! confirmed theConveniion. replied the docfor.
land of his birth have 'truu ht him that ti ht was by Well n( w, )Ir. Sentinel to use your own Wiil it be "Fifteen i '.:
upon a. grew to rTojjnize ; in any and ever) I cWly what t the Nolh loses, i hat' is tit lii,g at' : long days at the far. .

ljusc and calumny. Conwint: *, Low ever, of lerrltoiial, be inconsistent i with the doc- all-'orwh.t do they of lh i North lose in S On motion, Ihp meeting adjourned.DAVID word.s there" yon have it, italics ami! alljll..tas thest. You see that big fat woman walking; f ., :';

the rectitude of his course and the honesty 01(I time of non-intervention' ? 'it Iding ,the Proviso (liar; t tl.e l 'iritories, where i.NNKS: Preiisknl. I found it. And what is the inference 1 in the garden ? When she first came hero r .

)his; intentions', }he \\ili continue lo b<: the advo. In submitting these questions to your eonsitJcialloi the Jaws of nod," backed up) by the Mexican J. N. WIIITSER, Secretary. Simply taut Massachusetts has the right lose- she was perhapsihir.ner than you.' What \! r : S

), lo be decided upon, in I the premisesarconling laws, shut out 1 ihe institution of slavery in cede, because the area ofsluery is extended I, I m.tyhoe.' Hfieen days at most,' said ihe .5

cate ofSouthein rights and interrilg, icgard. to jour discretion, we have tin- Kpite of t the Wives. and the lime made more distant when it will doctor. Two more months passed ; the ac J t1: S,

less. of(he ye'psofTrj honor to be, very rl''p'elull\, )lot u, a :Ulll.: that all the remonstrance I Wives 8110u'd know that no' beauty has choke iUeH by its on growl Ii ; and yet we tress grew Ihinner and thinner. One day ,as. ,.; : S

>. CbtJcLe and Swtet1ietlttt1e dogs and all!" JAMIS 11. I!OVAL, of the South have been mere clap-trap--thai: any charms but the inward one of the mind, may be robbed of Territory enough to make she was taking her warm minf.'rall.litb she t.

Mujor Beard has taken bii l ground in his JOSEPH A. 8111-:1')1: \xr:, peace is tor'd-th3.t the Union i is all right and; lhat gracefulness in their inner i is mor six Slates in the South, anti hare no such heard u dispute going on in the bathmg room ,: ;1 .

Addresses the Kn HAiU S. cm'GGs. -what are the chances for the future ? right. And indeed to claim the right of secessian : next to her own. DeciJediy, doctor said the
to people of the Slate. IltJyingtpon ; ftigaging; () ,tlian thai of Iheir person' ; that modesty ] ,. 4
lion. John \!. Den ten, U. o. S. Lttt u? refer you to ihe Senate proceedings and meekness are the true and lasting is made a matter of ridicule with the big fat women above introduced decidedly; '
the or
'oodfaii oflhc Hesolres!
of a Wii"fsgidafurCt editor of the Sentinel, and we are told by him doctor "
lo.rla011 the bill)) t for abolishing) tho slave narnents for she who has these is qualified' I oon't get a bit thinner. have I pa- :
; 4-
"8 Sustained thcnhtlle: ; Con W.'IIIXGTOX, .\ug. 31, J E10.GEXTLEMINLaborilIg trade in this district.: While under consideration as she ought to be, for ihe management of a t for the first time, ,hat our government is consolidated hence nndlmt,' said the doctor ; you Sf'C. .t :
veiitiou ; and lieliexing that the Hue rccum. under illdi 'Pllsi. Mr. Seward proposed an amendment' 'family: for the education children, l for the alf c. too firmly to admit ol escape from that very Iin lady who som
mended by that liody to ho no less than the ion( nod pressed by engagements! I have not, for abolishing} outright' the institution, of hla\e- (lion of her husband, ant submitting to a prudent oppression. People of Florida, is it possible the garden l' "Y eg." \r ell, she is an ac. tf'f

South was justly entitled to, he advocated it until now, been able lo answer your It'l1'f.- ryhere, for I paung the owners of slaves} out of r way of living. Tht-te, only, are charms that this nnsculine Delilah) has cooed and bill tress from the Varieties, whose excessive fat ,' -

as a measure \thirh, if tf'curf'd'oud! settle Presuming you have kept a copy of it, I do not I the treasury for damages, &c. Of course, a L that render wives amiable, andgiv hhem the ed with the SO'Jlh, until, shorn of our strength forced her lo absent herself from the stage i ;,

re.fetate jour questions-accept the following debute ensued, in which Messrs. IJ'idger,, best 'liile to our like Samson of old, we learn, for the first lime, she came lo me-you see the result. Before : S

forever' the dangerous questions aphating! and answers : :Mangum and For.te joined with 'Mr. Hutler Wives should) respect.know that the inward beauty lint we are bound and ready to be offered on fifteen days ( promise you shall Ie thinner \1: : "

threatening the peace of the Union. Tor 1.* compromise bill should pass, sla- and M r. lieu rien. a mid Geuj. Davis in denouncing of the mind ought to reflect itselfiri the out. the altars Abolitionism ?-that the South has than she i is:" .v m

this too, he was denounced and hold up as It \'criII1JC$ excluded from California, by the Sew.irJ and his amendment t, till they ward form. Where there i u inattention thebody' slept in the lap security, and awakes find At these words the thin actress rose from .
provision in her constitution herself fit sacrifice for their infernal deities I 1 her warm fcalh dressed herself
disunionist lo which Con. were black and blue. and with a S ,
And these ; marked
are the thanks we su pect sonic imperfectionin
poor gress will have given tJiditJ-as: lo New- Hut Mr. j Forbid it, heaven. FUANKLIN. heart divided by grief and : .
he receives for Winthrop and Mr. na) \ lon folera- the spirit.: No out word attraction will indignation! silent! ? ',
landing: up !to H7dg Resolutions Mexico and .. left the house it i
Utah it will
depend upon the lily moJerate Northern ly hoping however to r keep her
men, though not pre. I make amends for inward repulsion! ; no in. 't'.
vnanimoudy adyjtlol ly a Il7n# Lcgisla'tirc qUl'IJlion' the Mexican laws are in I pared for tile amendment now conceded that waid, beauty ctuU reconcile us lo a slatternly: The Spirit of Progress. misfortunes a secret, but in Paris a secret i han "' .

.' Oh, fcLume !-where is thy blush force. I hold that thy are not. Thy arefeuperceded by.and-by the thing can be done, was too fast L unclean person. There are attentions lo t Large as are the strides, and splendid as are impossibility, and somehow or other t the

And who by our" own, as soon as a lerritotialgovernment 'to pish: it tnis the of the of of the story got out.' ; .
are these men who thus denounce : ) ju-.l at time ; but an soon n* I ihe the body) which cannot he neglected without: triumphs spirit progress _

Major! Heard Some of them is (1" :lIliz'd-IJUI others enter. South Hih! .ides into patience, they will be repelling love. While! woman: is I Beauty embodied nineteenth century, she stilt! numbers her t'nt'. O '
are now People say
didatcs! can. Lain, or piofess to entertain, a dlff-rent: opinionand ready to liberatB the DUtrict. she sloull: see lo it, that the medium lilies by thousands. Chinese wu.U, anti Chinese I. may what they i-iIIaouut. S
for '
office air
whoord fur UIOMJ) very res- the doubt thus evinced will Mr.I Chase hold coun'ry being good for .m. s"id'Ir S
Ohio still
prevent came out plain and aboveboard through which lie Inward Grace shines be hatred' to improvement, some "
options Others are high in office and slaveholder* from carrying thtir thereto and fcaid luve Partington, amid how they fat upon itj for S
conductors property I : that if any man flittered I clear and lranpsrent. A good wife will rejcct uway among many of cur people. They I shall j
of Whig journals, whose columns] are encounter law suits. Cons ought thcte. I himself that the woik of freedom would slop alt these one-sided maxims which overlook and would foster! the good old way !" \\ by, i in I my part. Air always think it i is owin' to Ihe (:f'illips. "

(Ole to insert in any act which they with, t the f tj oft he slave lrad,, he tnerdian limes of the good old ," ray do for camatniles and other
weekly filled with denunciations of him and tiny puss > ; prebsiou : I in (Ihi; the corporeal, and inculcate: exclusive attention ( way that lire f
on this subject, a clause Mating that the laws Disjrict he deceived. reptiles on in il ; but I know that r .4
he democratic for the Hand I was It was Lut.the fitst' to the spiritull.: What God has joined I ships required toperforma vO'ltge'rom have ,
party they }have of Mexico an not in force in those territoiies.Wo step) in (he work. together lei not avmder. I Li erpool to New YOlk ; now, the winds and man must; something; substintiahler.'t, )1
man n'.IdyanJ
'taken put Ht
in behalf The. oM .
of Southern ri"hts, in ohedience have hitherto bought to obtain this in vain Hero have it. ihe of lady was resolute in this opinion ; '
I you The free.soilers have spirit in this He: are inseparable, and a wise tides, in vassalage by spirit progress, conflict it ;

t to JJ7tIlcsolics/ and in response to -u declaratory clause. Mime capitol yet-!the abolition of slavery in woman will seek to beautify both. God. the wall the vessel from world to world in a single as might with general notion :'; ,-r '

the promptings of iheir own love of right and I 2.! I could answ er (hits q"f' -lion generally in I this District.' Tlie word has been given out all-pervading spirit, neglects not ,the outward : fortnight By the good old way,". a Canumt/ llm .-Why is land, .joining a rive? f' S

haired of the negative-Congress has authority, in various ill Ihe Senate, that rl If. bill is but hark MuTed from New York Albany i in :j j j
tvrong Surely the people[ of I FJori. Clay's the (his ,'illiLlcorld is all beautiful. 'Behold I was [ to like a sharp! knife 1 Because it u grouad uj to
cases, to pass laws in ajirinincc, and for first in the woik, the days now the superb vesselo ks but 1 '
ta will note these mn, and their step entering wedge ; (he lilies of ihe field !-they toil not, nor do p twenty ; the edge., i-'
express ut.'fr the protection of existing riglns-while it has and here we lay you' down (he prll rall1rne. they spin, yet Solomon in all his glory was nol I len hours to accomplish the same journey Why is a perpendicular S like, rt !>d I
loathing: of inch base disavowal of their no to annul ihem. Freedom of the 1. The I I "the old clear lat 1-1 i
power suppression of the slave trade in this arrayed like one ofthesl'." Surely the out According to good way, a press meat ? Because there no'lean ,

own acts, in the only mode now Jell to them- press, trial by jury, the right to be exempt from District. ward on which he bestows so much attention I which could strike oil"a thousand newspapers to it. ll:4 '

through tlx! ballot lor. unreasonable seizure and searches,with others, :!. The abolition slavery here. cannot be unworthy of ours.-National Era. : in a night, was viewed in a light but little re- Singular Suic&e rThe Nassiu N. I3.)) ; "

Again do are constitutional rights.: Congress may pass 3. The abolition of slavery in the dockyards I' moved from the marvellous ;' now;, a press in Gazelle .saslhala man ftom Litclfield! 'came- S :

we disclaim the issue the federal I laws to facilitate the enjoyment oflhcse rights, forts, aspnals, &c. Just JIistrl /*.-" Uob" said a tormenting the same time hurls from its great iron hands to that town, purchased a coffin took it back : A

organ would force upon the country. If dis. i while they hive no authority to annul or abridge 4. The suppression of I the slave trade boI fricntllo a bachelor acquaintance, why don't t fifty thousand sheets. By" ihe good old way," to L tCflt1e!d. put" h-s coffin into it, gi into it

solution comes, it will not be the fault of the them. So, if the right lo hold slaves! I ween the Stale under tho power to regulate you get married ?1" : nice old ladies: who happened to be blessed himself: took laudanum, waked up' the next "' '

dcmHratic patty or ib candidate. They do, i I'D a constitutional right, the power to remove commerce. ,* Well, I don't. know'; I came tery near 1 It t with ughit1esand black cats, vreie hang up or morning und found bimnselfahiire, get and ; ,

tot counsel it, or any,, obstructions to ill enjoyment in the common 5. A poll-lax upon slaves to meet the public once. Just missed it." i drowned as witches ; now, our nice old! ] ladiea Lung himself. up '

*tjerrnit1hen3selvesto ircommeud it, and they w ill territories of the Union, would! not draw debt for internal improvements.; This is to be How are honored only I less than our handsome That man was born to be han If( i i
1"r cd'rO
before be placed in a fake poMWO nfier it the power to prevent its enjoyment L as sure as you live, the plan of operationOne ?.- Why I : young ladie. By the good old way," mon O 4 i

the Country by IhrnI I In a word, Ciuaressnay for at a lime will tin I and sh said I arcbs were held 8\'f'r American*, in i the! b:7
poll1ICI deigning anda.lful i( I legislate: point -one. banliou after ; home from party one evening, "- by servant girl,was requested. by a lady t ; "

tI\\'IILoul i eIclling the chargeiheih. the protection via. right gimruttteod I by I ihe another is lo be sapped, till iho! citadel I of !'Nol! Tfshe'd said Ye, I ihink I should have light_' f.dii nit) ; and now, the Yankee Io. go to a dry goods store'and obtain a.:bed* 1 l J t

tr III ad e directly indirectly, ItlliLdoUI.! Constitution, but they cannot Jegithte to de V 'slavery is starved' into ,'munl"pal CJt1 after ihefdthion courted! and'rrbrried' her. ,Thai' the Would ttliake, bands with !the' Lpg UIHJU his toAd } ". comforter her.' About an hour alerwarcJ4 I: s J

and I it. of iLr Uiilisb, WU'llildit's. I to mnrricd think it kindness_ bu, DaJesry." she returned h oldie )
trefurefe |'ftL'hue troy -.rarest ever. come gelling; ; w one clerks! ibe J

u the JUCinT of 3.J The doctrine of non intervention' is not L" Mr. Scward/the head :and Trie ndV'.he free" i I Ilis(frieed cassafsfivd.' I By1 the ;good old way, ," ColumbuL- 'd.5 5' dy. fainted. of- cour- At,e-*' I.t' ]'! <\


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1 --- which : Mr.; Cabell'and Disunion. \'s Randolph of Roao ; 1 of OUT. wlicb MOUd.! cave "fctirnrd .

I. Sljc) flori inn & Journal. were : .of :Mr. Caljell having voted away' 'portion of A ,distinguished citizen of Virginia, over. tL'( I t.e'1pwho! I I "!II if.-fcu! tMlc fUc ,

__ of Ohioith : nhnva signature, has addressed through' the ten of cr*,-who \,,,\\d 'l.&te .
-- -- U I i T.iat lo which he admits the Unitod States : -

R.B.HILTON&C.E.DYKE, South was had no claim, the title of'FVxas being pfrfec? S.othcr Press : long epiktlt to (he Southern ren nor,-they the upon any oiler doun peopb of 6iff.t L

: I, EDITORS: AiD! PROPRIKTCilS. COII rellim"n. ( ) and which bo admitted by 'the' people in relation!; ; to Ihe epgressions: of ihe rier cr,ling of 1 B*
u ________ and our right ; : \'i probably Ibetrih 'o m1yrCf";* a***! .
i Saturda3'SCptemer2B,185O.DflI0cRATIC : of next Congress a a Free Soil State-having: North which have lately been perpetrated by the s're'* of srb foul oppressions, rank j r r

--- --------.-- -------- lefily that thus aided in the robUery of ihe South, .Mr.Cdbell ] Congress. \e regret much that we have lice. \)l jinTing; indignities! lJ\ I

NOMINATIONS. sions i in our l : :CK now seeks lo avoid rejponsibilily and not room for the whole of his masterly letter. T/irovgh the action of COlsrecS-il.:te. i
lioulng the I umn'horized
accompanying ocee .
pr dng
condemnation by raiding the of disunion.He We give some portions of it lo which we r
In do the : ; cry 12 or .20,00(1 Ctlifornin ad'entur, .. \
j-'ou CONGRESS : a. says thai Major. Beard is for "a dissolution would invite. the :attention of all who wish of them xvith! Jritfre1idenres wit i

}TAJ. JOM BEAM). People! shall of 1 i any of the Union." Tile fhta however, that Mr. correct information : or the intention of ;any or of J.l

t _. __ ___ _----s name Cabell says *o, luckily, docs net make it so !- .TUB RESCLT3. citizens of I the cOutitry-ifllrudens I
lu.atI'fA'fZFaliN' I.EON : the men and : pa. public do.tnin, and despoilers of v't1
FOR Major Beard's sentiments in relation lo the What is certain is, that the \Vilmot Proviso I ,
such things? ( (he treasure.-shutting out the South from
W. D. Moseloy Hugh Archer
I Union be found expressed in his own itself now in 'full force and oiera'ion throughout f
: j Dr. F. A. Byrd, j D. W. Gwynn. there have ) : the may California, from the 32d lo the 42d de cess lo the [placers and the mineX (where tt, !
words, at the bend of our editorial columns"- other slaves but Smttliern slaves, are {
will: Whigs in out. of North Latitude, and this act has permitted'lo
While a Bill was pending Congress to exclude tree I.a '. go,by th Constitution California.) gjja _:
We ?.
4 c co- are uttionzid to announce DAVID U1 lIls. But wholyfconsumrnated through the action of o
i is of the
: deprived, not $600 t
WALKF.R: a* a camJM' e for RptriMer: of Publics which is the South from all the Tenitoiy'acquiied from Congress, and that Southerners are excludedentirely .VU
enhanced value her
on. 1 1I 000 upon slave _
J.anJ at the rlt-ction October n'''. JuU 13 Mexico, be said, in the intensity of his oppo. I absolutely, and for aye, from migrating proper
and their must i I the 'ly, but of even larger amounts it may Kp ;
a.. t The friend t4 Air. M. L) I'.Al'V-announce---linn IV/1igary ) silion 'to such an insult and such an injury, and settling there with their property through the employment herslave! !lahortbith.* i
; ,
We have the of Messrs.
high authority -
14. candidate for the office! of Regi iCfl'r o' Public that he prelel red f dissolution to irs passage. er. and in a course of years !
shall!! labor :Tor !
; Clay, Cuss and Webster-the first the origin.
Lan<3.. July 0, IS:!. Suppose every Southern man had taken the Through the action of Coreu.-n not
among lor, and all of them the zealous and the ablest
same ground, who believes that Bill would for exacting of California a Conventional Ordj.
of these
measures thai
I For supporters slating
in the
: party nance, relinquishing all tithe or claim
44 1 FeHowcTiz'n*, we all cherish a habitual have parsed ? Who doubts but the South ihe principles nf the Wilmot Proviso, in the to 1 it,
and love 'for the Union : )but it i il is sustained! in public domain within her hordt.'rs before
( it a have obtained .the rights to which I the form of a Mexican interdiction Slavery, is ro
\ou1 reiving her State into the
the Union Ihat our sires bled for-an Union I prevent its full force and o these as a sovereign Uaio .
; : Constitulion entitles her ? doubts it. now operation that domain has been suflered
Ab one to escheat
Union, to the
of equal rights-an promote popular voice, fu- I lories, respectively, as organized by law, to
: What then it 1 The fact that mul. nOL the Slate.-with treasures, it be, .
general welfare: not I thai: of a particular sec. prevented -and and miy su
I Iva. explicitly recognized adopted
t'on Union to OIllf'sl1c tranquil.Iiy populat titudes of leaders took a cient Ii) build up cities, and support an Empire
; an secure I party very different such by Congress itself in its repeated refusals : ,
conduct and : : : which in the half
current !
and not' one to expose its In th,11Orr016 ) and those who Mexican law.s-.or may. century wielj
I ground! by w'reI -to abrogate to
of a smile (nr ro) u-eir, crcitcd by those who we shall: )' celuncn the Territorial the sceptre of dominion over ibis gre>.l. Cnmi.I .
'I for convincedthe empower Legislatures tu give
i heartily contending our rights
'* I nent. and command the corrunerce of ,
ottglit 10 our friend Democratic I
slave :
police protection to property, or to t
North thai the South would submit to whatever world! .
*'l love the Union nith I
be them from abolish! :
longer Legislating to or ex.
she inflict. Southern i Through'& the action or Congress?n .
not with a servile or supercilious reverence. assome. might men, by re.ceivinj
I elude slave thither, should ihe Ju-li-
band of property
', great in'i"it.te! dt'I.I;' I Jove it for the as a their timidity, or something worse have thus cial Power determine that the antislavery California ino! the Union! without a
I le'icl
which all reduction of limits, and organizing Utah
benefit it HAS bestowed on 1H', AND SMALLmXTINCB de braught upon the South the evils which Major laws had not survived the cession in
I N Mexico into Territori without
-- abron.
TO LOVE IT TILL IT CKASKS: TO HiTOV : : the Territories ceded I pw
Beard For this, these should '
the laws !
oi the
BLUEINGS, AND BKCOMKSTIIE UESTROVIK I I U\fecRlcd. It if certain, lhat: the State of California ' sa'.r
be I Sinifh i is "f fool
to a trct responsibility. Especially deprived every "fthl Mexicvice
) \ : Such is the lpId
OK orit FIUCE AM thus into the Union, and the Territories :
nTJOJlX Ih'RD. : ?- i! should those who like Mr. aided in admiltd 'aion ,)Territ-jry. which without her lars
: ,
editor of the ; ( Cael of Utah and New Mexico thus o !
1niztd'l contributions in and air
mn m'nef.-and
-:: -- these he made suffer fur it. ''
aggressions, lo > and include'
guaidian of ) I CO\'lr every acre fflht all, her ri: votes in ihj! Senate .wcJ;
a Election law-Take Notice! Democratic I I These Bills having passed, it does not follow which was acquired by Treaty from Mexico never have .ins ours!

We call the attention of Inspectors of the i ic the ) well ,, that Major Beard, who preferred dissolution i // i.f certain.-that through the action of
not : Congress the South has b-en entirely! and Mr. David S. Walker
Election to the law published-by the Secreta. and ,
: to their now that they have parsed, is
tictilarl} thai I passage foreter deprived of eten a foothold with her Mr. D. S. Walker's letter in the last Sni.
of State in another! column.' This luw was I ,
ry in favor dissolution. Because he
\Vhigcery ba\ preferred property, upon[ the least portion, North o ncl does not deny ibe brief vrnion"e gate of
accidentally emitted by him in the pamphlet tidcrations. i one as the less of two evils, it does not follow! South, of ihesn extensive and opulent! or'in". his Miccosukie: he
copies tent out from his office to the Judges is Hank that he desires Lo!h. He wished to prl'\enll and i is forhMden! even, to partake with her I complains
Probate. It is important that :'ie law now : I slaves of the millions millions which''I 0f' misrepresentation" only seeks to sole :
both and lhat has been inflicted he npr.n .
: now : one ,
said *' it
i is
i from all of the earth antI thp1 thit version down that his views of the Cali.
published' thouM be in the hands of Inspectors, would avoid the S.ich is his I Foreigners
:1 slavery : and l I gladly other. with Size (the of :Mexico and furnia work him
i's! seas ro jteons question may no injury ta
as it the latc t.lltw 'eriiing ihe qualifications i !
got of that: ',.. \' position, Mr. Cabell: lo the contrary notwith South ArnericH and \\\wrco\ )lies of 1n1'1)) have sections of the Sttte where the people are

uf'oters. that rill,' standing.But I I Il'1, peimilted (by thoe who cnlthelnelr'o/ \I
--- ; cessary I, more united in condemnation of that m<>as'r: ?. '
j how stands this latter gentleman ? ourRrvlltren, (;od help us!} t spoliate j
Moral effects of Democratic Victory.So the 11.
Now we that hn justified the of i
enrich themselves from the public 'treasures repeat doings
ah'nliitti has been the sway o Frdesnl. party as such' the creed which he has given us, hp fully endorses which by right which can confer title : the ,) aJrenturrs, ;-*Je never car-e '

i j.m, Iliidgerifm, SltwJeyism, and Submission- in her flutIst ( ) i they ,!I Mr. Toombs' speech made List winter among men e\'l or laliln .-by Conquest : and by : admitted even tint their proceedings re ::r.

ism in North Carolina that many hare dc!. I whose hearts ; i| ion, as expressing (the sentiments of IJiMst-ll-:,that I Purchase, by the shedding of blood and the regular! as DH ieJ'eh ter h3* dmTO. FT,
I I that is of A'r.1 E. C. Cabell. Now i: is in !lavishing i and principle! I
paired uf ever seeing her standing forth with : whose thaI oflt'a8urt npr.n every Ii i defended them in the form.ition of thpir Srae! !

the South! ia behalf of Southern rights. Hut i i leaching her ; J We speech, we think, ll:al Mr. bombs uses the Justice, Equality, and the Constitulion.: is. *
: and ought lo be as much ours as theirs But i Government, and while he said he rn-!; \> nol

a brighter day hts: dawned upon the old! North I who advise following language : our rights and privileges! domains and treasures vote for their admission? were be a nvT:>ref

State. True patriots of both parties lately: i men is only! to i so. Deprive us of this riglt, and appropriafe are all taken from us by OCR BRETHREN I,I Congress, yet he could *,PP nothing; but whit

united in bthafofthe! l"inocratic ticket, and j j slave Slate frm this common projierly ioursth-es, it is tlel passed over lo tIe! uses and the thrift of was Constiru'innal: and right in that adtiissino,
[ not mine. Then 1 its
the result is the overthrow of tho Federal and l a thousand 'I' your government am I i Foreigners rid to amounts reaching already and he therefore: :
and I icill then I was opposed to ranking
if can, bring any
I enemy my I ( ; common ) to the whole amount ol"
j ;iys report
anti-Southern' dynasty which has so Ion: :uled! II I the! South | now. | children and ml constituent to th altar of lib- Ilbl nominal purchase money ($ :, 000,000)) fuss ab ut it. lie siid l1t'v"r a word about! the

North Carolina : and the chaslUenviif thus forever ruined ) : c. \ erly, anrlke Jamilear. I swear them to I which was proffered and accepted for the grievous wrong to the South in Ih. 1 whole ,

adminUtcred to those who hare been lukewarm is rapidly ( I ternal lwslily! your foul dom inatiun. (;ire whole! acquisition But be this as it rrriy fair-no' one single word ; and we repeat :tbat :

in behalf of Sou'hern' rights, has hd a most i riotic i I 1 our jL't rigfit-s, and we are rtady, as here It i certain, that; the North has appropria.' ,
t by the Union. it the speech was on the Northern side, and nowhere !
,J the tofure, every part if ted to herself and soil-and destituted
happy eff:ct. Whig papers, former! hostile these false ( : !) I and its intcrext. it and fee else. It lie
Refuse against
such I every for one, and excluded the South forev-, from every was certainly t

to any movement in behalf of the, are !I citement, they 'I ; es I WILL STRIKE FOR IXDlI'rxucxcc." foot of California, Utah and New lt'lico- view taken of it by Senators Berrien, Soole, !

now rivaling Democratirjournakiu the aidor ': by the party de. I Pretty) strong language, is it not,? The from I their dominion! and their domain. ,-their M.ison! Hunter, BirnweI; Butler, Turasj,

with which they support her rau e. I Itll them in : I I South having then been deprived of her rights, culture! and their treasure Yulep, and others. If these gentlemen! rfcct :

, i u'. _.i._ ... rni II"! ...:.*<* _..,,....,. r.__ .L. i ".- _,L-_, L. -Mf. j the North
I | having by the Bills appropr.h'd THE EMIAXCKD VALUE OF SL\VE PROPERTY, the Southern vie"11'. Walfcer certain' Deflected :
T f two Whijr papcis of Raleig'i i formerly most 1 tits in be'J; "
I )" tills common proper'; ; having refu.-ed the I THROUGH A. FREE ACCESS TO TIIK Ml>E!. the Northern, for his entire; argument. ,
.hitter in their denunciation of uhraitm. First cause, theee .
i South her just rights," of coui&e Mr. Cabell Heavy as are these derivations and !losses, from beginning to eni, was in distinct. o-: '>_!1. 1"
from the Star .-
we copy : i gaze of 1 and Mr. Toomus\ are the enemies of the "gu\ they are not nil. (Had the South been fairly lion to t the argument of:h/se Senators. E vn .

The Union; of tle. 'ou"'fort'le stdc of the tering unction I ernment," and are ready, one would suppose, dealt by, and shared in these territories in proportion ibe edilor of the & lti7.el.Vho was ptc.-jnt, .:
l-7niun.-14et this be the watchword of every ; the Southern ut8 to her contributions in men and money <
lo strike for independence. Who, ihen i is W's
and apparently delighted with Mr. srtecb,
Southern patriot \"hovisbps to see the Fed ; not i towards their acquisition, consequences of in.:
ral Union presorted on its constitutional basis. I beggared of the disunionUl, Mr. Cabt'l or Major Beard ? nee politically: and:of incalculable I will not gainsay- v this. I

Let us cease, for heaven's sake, all fctiife with I I slaves without j value financially must have resulted from I There is one thing that )1r. \13.ker'ltkuerf! f

each other, and present a united fiont lo our the very I I I an Ou Doctrine" Again. it. The South would have had free accessto causes to be inferred, which is thi*. tha'' .she .

common enfnJt. is unfolunate: fur the the South may ( our The Florida Sentinel endeavors to crawl! the mine with her slaves and her citizens, travels East, he finds that tbe people! for

I Sou'h t be hnpelens if tint; minority u divided against them than all others, would have migrated standing up to the Resolutions I Iu: a"1 d in

ilsclf.! : What Suulhein man but must lie bu. : save herself over three years ago, on an enlrcv different thither: earliest, and in numbers sufficient to I passing .while! a member of-the L!i..:.'Qre,

miliated well able to do, tels subject, mid palming \them\ oft'as contain have controlled the destinies of the State.- '
the idea
a. as x* desperate, at that : vas. pledging the Slate lo a southern On "ncn!

the South thould! be her own executioner, I I in her midst ing our (his) doctrine" now, by saying that Thus' would California inevitably, and Utahan and to resistance Northern enerrm'irVn'J: ,

while her enemies look on with folded arms ; accovn'abUiiy. I 1 moi- ihe Fhridian, then partly under the control r.f New Mexico, through the force position: but which R lrJhH ha Tes )
( note repudialfs.
and a derisive smile 1 I will the editor of this ansi! circumstances, have become Slave Statef,
fiiendly spirit, present junior paper, objected
*' Our Southem and Southwestern exchangesare I and augmented and improved the Snath's political rumor of this repudiation! followed hiox

crowded with accounts of Southern Rights I buttering and IJ to the proceedings which gave birth :Jo ) dominion and destinies beyond estimateor hence his 1 letter is intended to explain amj ::

Meeting! all of which breath ihe piiit of calm : Ihosrt in the i ) the resolutions as well as the Sentinel! Thisis measure Now look at tBe collateral results that portion of the repudiation to apparent il :

A resistless :! their but what basil do with: thematter I the enhanced value of Slave .
resoe. flood-tide of public! senliuieni i II) I very cute, lo upon property bis Miccosukie speech. i

scls Mrotigly in one diicrtion' ami ptij.' j,foreter that ? The Sentinel quoted the resolutions coming from f vast 3 demand fo Slave: labor : .

logging politicians might as uell seek lo swim to desperation, I ( us although they were pointed against tbeYI!. as such a field for its profitable employ. : Clap-trap to escape Popular .a.ticJ !
up the CUI rent of the :.Mississippi as to Mem ment would have created. The present market Those in tbe South : fa
nviinly repc.sti.e!
wrath, long big mot Proviso, and held them as "our doc- !
that rei-isilens current, or change its diicction. up values fur men would have been trebled! or
The people of the South understand their i which all good Re time," and triumphantly asked, Shall we heI I I quadrupled-but intending lo be .modt'mlt I the outrages lately brought upon bi-r, seek to :

rights. and will mOISt certainly maintain them. postulatjyns: ( : or made to eat our own wonll ? I was the impudence hal only estimate the average increase upon escape vengence by raising; r'hecryot i

". Neither force nor fraud will avail now to pro. I I ever, we ) par. of sending out these resolutions in this I, cond.tioni. at 50 per centum. The pres.ent I disunion. They have done wna! '>!i"\v could

vent them-they will neither be bullied ner I those ?- with the record in his own hands of his nurnbers Slaves in ihe Southern Statesare lo induce the North lo rob uy of o;; rigl 'sty
juggled out of their equality m this! Confede. ''I prevent way estimated to be 3,000.000 and allowing and sdtnu- ;i
discouraging agitation preacbu.
from dissent from ihe which : ihem i
wy.: ,, bringing proceedings gave .iheman average value of 100(which much j
The world is birth, that we exposed. Had the Floridian below ihe present arergt maket value) and !sion-ibus I giving our oppressors assuranc 1
Take next the following from the Raleigh that do what they might the South would: sub. ,
have valuation of Slave ,
but '. 4. Journal published these resolutions as did we an aggregate property :
Register: amounting to $1200,000,000, to which a mit ; convincing them that there was no danger
where they the Sentinel, and sent ,them off to the world
TLc time has arrived that requires that free access lo the mines woud! have given an that the South could he lirk-d out of (tha
of situations ( seeking lo create the impression that they contained .
e.very Southerner siwuliforget party animosities ( ;) increase of 50 per centum, a-;d added $600 Union jand now*, when' th. have brought
and present an undivided f-out to tlie from which ihe the sentiments of Madison County as 000,000 of value to slave property of the y

North If the voice of patriotism is hushed sift may P H I applicable to the present state of affairs. at the South And now for ihe results :- upon: us the most ffinst'rous'rGflg hat ef w

in the North, the instinct of self-interest! i is as impunity : in same time carefully! concealing the dissent Through theac'ion of Congtss.-lbp South .' a people suflered, they seek t o .fade pr-ui.v: i iU

lively as ever. They cannot afford to )JI se the. Convention % in ihe Floridian entered, then the federal organ'scharge is required to pay $..', 8100- !judgment by outcries against ,L.u; 'i;,)-j. sce:: ;

golden harvest that the manufacturing of 000,000 indebtedness which the Territories I sion &c., &c. Now Far our*
Southern produce gives them. They would' I is hghlj suppressing he truth would be true. have,cost, and without receiving one dolt of far from the advocates ..iiin; a that
be bo much crippled in their commerce by a I But As il is, il only I makes the affair on I his part consideratien for such a monstrous taxation: ; :
1 be *
,, dissolution of the Union, that before {five )'ear.1 I South,carry the more disreputable ; because if it be dis. while the North, with larger numbers and we siucely desire that a rebuke! shall

were expiied, they would wish every negro in j her patience the honest in this print to conceal the objections greater wealth, through a tortuous and iniqni. ministered by the people of the State upon

Africa, in a much warmer climate. They ion taxation- is only to contiibute $25,000- those who, by aiding in violating t.e! CtJosriu.tion :
b by one of its editors then entered to the recom. '
would be the first to propose a re.union. If ;arance 000( of the debt, ( through the despotism ( have *much endangered fLs Uii'If -
hOrh. so :
mendalions of the when did
( meeting, we not
ikese assertions are facts, (as they undoubtedly numbers, she and appropriated r'tJh
be l
the Union is dissolved i if
; are,) all tve want is tu be united, and presenta re-publish their resolutions and therefore did the entire consideration for that indebtedness, ."

I firm afiped, and you will soon see our Northern We gave not seek to pass them off as our doctrine," absolutely and exclusively to e'rself! Northern aggressions upon Southern\ righ s.,

friend rctuinjng to reason,and descending : peace and how much greater is the dishonesty of the Sen Tell! m*, men of the South f ) a civilized None who give aid and eordorl lo our eneIJ:1es

from that aerial moral elevation" upon which pretended ot tine for it was guilty of all this-it said not people under the sun,- : P1 oCR LOVING iti the work flf oppression, mamrVsi a pro?*r
their fancy has placed them. TES.-\\'ho would tL mo3t
i HKETIIRKN OF THE FREE regard for the Union. Now one af
A proposition one word oldie dissenl its editor put out lo the .
Present an undivided front (o the North !" for thus have served an}other civilized people under outrageous of these recent Northern ag '
the fa proceedings as being"opposed in many respects God's protection and in the worIJ'peace !
This was all hat was necessary to have se. i sions is the dismemberment of Texas, therbl
Columbia : i by to the previous tone of" his own paper! I there a nation of savages, who after stripping .
0' cured our rights, n forever gone And why proposition And yet he has the bare-faced impudence lo you of all you had, and taken all they taking from the South territory enowga for,"'

was it that Florida did not present such a front 1 and in the to re-publish the resolutions as&our doctrine !" wanted would keep the property, and yet Slates, and delivering" it over to frt S u ."TWho

Who is responsible for our divisions; on he it make you pay fir it, five times the Value! al of our Florida delegation I aided the Nottsin
vor: the loss of
and about
oJ sneer ,
: subject of the Southern Contention and mea. self-reFptct which it was rated when you became the pur. .the perpetration of this wrong? Did 31r.
I gentlemen : ihe &suppressing ibe truth, etc., as applc3IJle 'to chaser f True, the Corsairs of Ihe Archipelago}
sures for Southern.iIlfety ? We confidently You merchantmen. Yutee ? No ; he is too faithful! to our in'eresjsDid -
by this paper I Was ever a pick.pocket detec- who capture your impose a bC

charge this responsibility upon GOT. Brown, Massachusetts, the led in pilfering who did not endeavor lo es. : heavy ransom on iheir restitution-but then Senator Morton( 1 No SVhg thau1 d

the Whig press, and a few leading Whigs of Hale, Ilamlin, An. disgrace by casting suspicion one I when the ransom is paid, the property i restored is. his devotion to Frllmore and hu party :
cape some
;t, tbe State. Our people were prepared (o cast Ortbese. I .. to you. Point me (to a people! on the ; not carry him: quite so far,as this.. Who thtt.
one else the real culprit ?
a habitable globe who would submit lo be robbed
away party tiel. In the words of he last' and Winthrop ; less Mr. E. C. Cabell. Solitary and a.Ollt.
and despoiled of(heir share in a property, dee
Legislators, knowing no arty names or po. E\'ing was a all Georgia Convention. promising like this, (he total extinction of allGovernment stand apart from the rest of theFon1d':* "ergat.i

4 4 lilicul' divisions,"they were ready, heart and GOT. Towns, in accordance with the law of taxes, witl.lnge: firtunes beside n. If then, tbe Union iff ,10 lijatlt)1I".t.

*0uJ, with a united front," lo join the other vote of Mr. the last Legislature! of Georgia, has utued his to every unit of fheir population ; and who af.. I through Washington; the, Mr.late Cabell monstrous I I is in leg pert! f'l'FnlIns.rat!.
1 Southern Hlatei iu taking action, through a was the caucns proclamation, ordering the election of dele tel would spoliation hat to passed ihe further into accomplishment Ihe mono hie for that danger ; he should ( ereaJ: 'r t..1 r

il Bc/uthern Contention. Who prevented our alor when gates to a convention of the State. The election stron, and the debasing px'' rtion. of paying lone and the SJtn'e time be madef to an at 5W caz;risacrificing

I. fping; *' 'heart and lout, with a united front," flamlia are ; and ( will come off on ihe 25th of N Novoember 675,000,000 out of the 8100,000,000 of the I our rights and for putting

I In 'f/chaWof rights We answer, leading! their party- and the COIenloni meet on ihe 'tenth of .money-cost of tte Rcq'lisitinn-wihout bar. the Unioit. _ ___

WMg who,loving their party belter I han aught by a union of ; to December. The Governor earnestly reconv ing a right of dominio or over an a. Escape f'toKlJ'ailcnd.
aloof from this and ere or a foot of it It cannot be done f There We lenin that C. I'. Heosou. TLorasordl'tfin..d
I *J{!, not only stood Southern and Hale is a } mend harmony and concord. of feeling, and
.__ are no such people; and may God fbrefend that in Thomas Jail for !
: condemned advises .the Coonty II
moment,tut biiltrly denoon. Whigs and people not lo 'be rashly urged la there should be in this'noble land of freedom 1 "J"1! lS to"'IO.
( \
'j., tl6 It. A Whig Governor heralded hit an. Is of course 4< extreme' measures which have not receivedthe and equality There is not u form of Gov. of R. A. Pearce, escaped rom

I lhmi ngilnit lh. Convention' in terms tors voted for ( Ir l full sancton of iheir. judgement* eminent ont&e Globe! but this glorious V'n1 :and i is notf at large.


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The Don of the South. ion, ""destroyed liersclf." Slie might J.flpir.1ti J.,what we. hive said was complimentiry.! : is too Msh.: We c-rec wh; him, but his pi Tcvrte' di Myers,; Plank. Road Meetings.. '"**""* I

iu tie South conceal from tUir; hive: brcurod ati outlet: for her turp'us [x-pula- Tfcfir' is the! abuse of \i1.!cb! lie thould! cumHesnlts ly seems to be unm'uitously in favor. ofraibinj HAVRon bind,a:&>I are nrt"cpifir.3. new and A 4ECTINd will be held nt .lie Court How, {ir>

W i"pape" : .nsortmsnt of COOU! I, coni lingot this city on ilojkJjr Ihe 5tt. day ".f Ortobta :
Voters >
'he Pacific hid her it. of ll.iiilr
azuicijr foil by tLo Noiiliatlniitted tIll and a face on ju-ojile plain. FiorM-t, I cf I this. '
nl\tbt" illtcmft Gold Lvcr Hunting W..cbes.. ::" .hem il1; the Cr-t IIi ot. the foion ol the Circuit .

,3Jer CaUfr'ania iuto tin* Uuiou i !)".n united. California would never 1 lave of Adjustment. Democratic Barbecue at Williacis' Mill. Gold Anchor Lever d.> Couft, at II l i o'clock or '>on rrf if. .the Court .hal! r -II

'to hire divisions !} oJ Silver Lever Hni.ling da aitj.iurn in time, to- c oreaniz* a fcmpany to build a .
; lexkci
li'rri.toll ad.nittod but for our -; ie 1
Let il1Jmell wuuc'ary' cnclobing I Iwu : FOUR jrnir KLCCDLYG wouivss! The attendance a.: the Barbecue la t S&tur- Silver Anchor Lever doLupine Plank Road (how this place In TbrrnafviHe, bv vay ,

with h to form FTCflIrst rJuvt S.Wf.-I ITLeSllrthprn the local1L'lican laws, xx-uiitd hax'e lien Under tliis tealth NVashington SuuiL.rn day was unusually large. The spirit exhibit! and common do of Dun,a -.wiltp,or such he\.tut\ as may be fixed ,
tnou? Gentlem-n'a Ladles* Bo rintta ceneral with branch Jlonhcello.ANo. .
an. nm as- upon- a to
people! look upon that event as I declared inoperative in Utah and Xcw11.1.: Press of the 19-h! instant publishes! the follow- ed by those present, was highly gratifying. as mrtnient of Ear and Finaer Ring*, Gold Guaid' and al' tLe same I line and j/lace l as soon as the ,#

ccraill doom If imtilutioa of slavery in ico but for our division. Oh, IreaJ, thou ing notices of Hills hereafter to be introduced : far as xve could judge from lha indlcatlms., Kevs. Fit arid Vet Chairw Seals, Gold Ifncl Silver. fore oin< meeting shall a i}>urn, lorftinjc; 4 t..
the Pencils. ,Gold Pens,Gold and Silver I Speclacles..Gold will beheld to organize a coDj-anj to build a Flank '
:S.ttt4Acrn Slates. SiJcaking adllli 11 11.i hat! de&troyeJ thyself! Deluded by the par. .4 Mr. Stevens of Penuryrjniu! gave notice The Centrcville neighborhood is manifestly a Sleeve: Coil u and RO-H.OI Dultons, Silver Pear!, and Road to Quincr. f I

: ew Yoik Sun a neutral paper of rot cry of" Union"-" the glorious Union''- hat on lo-morrow, or eoiii' suhsc'cjueut d.xy, bad quarter in which to preach doc.irinf of hell Cad Cases Gold and Silver Thizabl. &nv The citizeni of Leon 'Wak U3. Ga dklen, Jefieri ;

1'0j1.fb. lie would ask l leave to bring in the following Fans, Silver and Buffilo Combs.ANo. son, Tlif-mas. Lowitdri. Decatur Counties, are t
iiJlnf' .i9. rcaJl.llon ")S- by the arti demagogues at borne and abroad submission: Though one of the speakers French Mjntle Clocks, Table Knives,Tea re'pectf>illy invited to attend. S :
: '
V Undoubtedly tLere will I* clamor and -(he Southern people' have Buffered them : present, B. P. Allen Esq. proclaimed us Trays, Piated' and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea S'O-rnh.r2. J" /) 3q tin ; : I
.\ bill to niter sod amend 5mont
and fanatic Sotitb.ra Plated POIU. Fork, Cr-om and Soup La. .
ela"m frornlbft extreme Int tlic, fie selvc.b to be distracted by divisions, and per. Jaws bo as to nfflmt teasonablc: protection and glad liJn; "" $the late action of Congress, by dips.| Plated Waire-s. 110. Tn Seb.t Castor. Candleick Notic: ,

ml"mt't"t'I-it'' is to hI Clpeet mi'.led the only means of their preservation encouragement to American labor ; which the South is robbed of the whole terrr all! !, SnIar Lamps Silve and Gilt Girandolrs.AI"o. ALL person*;creditor Ir .lee9. entillrd tit ciJ. '.
result may be written down w ith rei tainty.rLrir .fin! double! ban el!led Gnus, Shot and Game liln; or othetwi,e inteusled in the e"t.rt f .. ''
'hi dreisicn Kill te the doom ofdavery in anddefenccto be xvrcsted from their hands, and A bill to abolish slavery in the Territory :ory acquired from Mexico, and a third part Hagand FI. Vs. fine pocktl Knives. Porte Monnie. of William Woolen late of Jtfcnon Ceunt, ,. Florid ,

of Utah ; Port Folio-, \ Violins ClaroneU and Flutes fine Ha- ., deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their .
themselves shorn
Il as an xvhen late ofTerasioboz
final suppression too that
Males. $ now, they see gentleman seemed alone
Vni'ed ,' of the est' blishing ; claims and demand,. k
the looked A bill to repeal so much act I zors, Strops, &.c.IJwt vMlhin two years from this date : (
;; ;Citation( is near al hind and may be of ihcir strength, surrounded by enemies, and terrioriil: governments in New Mexico 1 in his rejoicings.'rhe feeling among the quality and general ortment of Perfumery, totbeu.dtui Ued.or'hel3m will Wbjried ; and' j t'\\

- alone of the most triumphant battles es- 'I S.c tc. TOWLE, & MYERS. all person indebted: to said estate are requested* tu .
upon containing in their midst a rapidly increasing and Utah as recognizes slavery in said ler- people, Whigs and Dt'mocratrnlUJifeslly was
and wn, yfl recorded the flYrld's I $tptemcer 2 1 Sit). ..JSCouncil make immediate payment. 1 \
tr fought 1'' will have 'J'Prn M vir1"ry 'th"ttLhodbheda I population! who may etc long, be found con. I ritories, and as pledges the nation to admit that a/nost ou'ra"eOIlS'ronl1'0 IP has been in. JAMtS R TUCKER. Sheriff j': I 4
Mst /. new slave Slates into the Union ; and Chamber, of Jeffern County and t* officio Adm'r.; j ..'
of principle over Labit tending for possession of the soil bequeathed: to dieted upsm them and that so far from glory.lug .
.' A bill to repeal and annul the fugitive Taltahaee. Stptnntitr 23, 1 183D. S JcfTer f>n C "nfv.S. < r't >mhpT"x 3S 3m ;'
and aisociauon, of Ricur OUT \\KO>G. us by our fathers. Such things have happen. in their shann \\elcorning their degnidatton rplIE r..-v. WM N El LL has t been elected Principal -- -- -------- otTo
lave law passed September, 1650. Parents.AYOUN'T ';Jf
I. of the Public School inthi4cityavud Mr. A. .
This extract but expresses the ardt-nt feel- ,, cJ in other couutries, and are within the We were told that Clay's Compromise was and thus inviting repetition similar WARNER CLUBY. A. isrant. The exercise of the GENTLEMAN who graduated in'.17. '.1 I

ins and burning hopes of the North ;-and bounds probability here. to heal all the wounds of the bleeding! South, i wrongs that every one should utter an indignant School October.will b Itiumcd G.on W.Tu.HUTCIIINS dn. the first, C.ot. since been Principal of a flouriihing .: ;i.\.

who i ia there amons us l''at' t can 'took lpsecoufijent It affords us no pleasure lo present this but here we have them opened and an agitation 1 (prMest aguiust the injustice which has S /'htnbpr 2S. 150.: 3S It jipend Academy the in\sinter one oflhe at the Northern Sonth, and citiesde'ircit would like lit j.'t.-1

prediction in the face and consider picture for the contemplation Southern men.I commenced which will result far more been done us. Save on the part of Mr.) Allen !. DANCING teach a limited number! of pupils. It will be a favorable t *. ?,,
dine South and turn But do it that how Mjicidal we are proud to there mania I opportunity for one or a few families to avail. ( '.i
a. they see were no
position may than the say '
the present disastrously l to the South, ifpos-ible, City Hotel.MK Ihenvelves of the service nl a successful and poptf-. A. .

way without feeling the awful certanity of their has been their course in not insisting to the previous one. Who cannot see this ? Does festations of del'ght and exultation at the ic- : KA 31 MI,from the t Academies of London and Northern i:1 truchr. The mot !lbfactory re- 1 '..

suit of the late '. '.te:" leave mat mpectfiilly[ to announce cnmmentlatious can be EIWU-will come Sfiiilh ...
of the territoriesby action of
? the admission of CuI.Harnie last division : Congress.
extremity on a
fulfilment fly .
speedy not the history of the past t faithfully admonishus t that at the solicitation of many Ladies and centiem !'x ri a< J.-oireJ Letter* a.ldn-! d to T*acheT.** i t tNewark

.. the. exclusion of the South from Utah I the line of 36.30. That line xvould have of what is to come ? And will the South Speeches were made by Messrs. Allen, I of this city he will open an Academy at the above Wayne Count*, N:vv York staling number. :.

--- Gwynn Ward, Hilton and liroomc. The phce,. about I Ihe I l"I 01 J December, for instruction in I of pupil to be ta'iht, conipenution, 3tc., will be ;' _
and :New Mexico by the refusal/ of the North I opened a vast re ion of country to the South lulled the ol/ Barbecue I Istlll' a'frt'J i.,
continue to sleep, by i-yren song was dune u/ in most admirable! ihe eipnant dCcomplNhmenf "I( Dancing. pr"mjltlv f ,

to declare the Mexican law prohiting slavery' for the employment of her negro population, "Peace, peace, when hero i is no peace ?" Tje! Democrats were in fine spirits.l'be .- Parents! sendinjr their children may rest assured I I _Soollll'mf.r, --- 'IS. U:.', :q 4t-' (..'..- .

inoperative-the great dream of the' free which Ihe successful policy of the North has while: the enemy is deliberately! surroundingher discus.ihn was in good I temper.Dr. that tin. R p.iins beg-t will lewe be tn spared state[ that tot their he is improvement.Mr furnished with. For Rent. :. ,

1 States is at last fulfilled The South is now confined within certain limits, leaving to with his lines and placing his guards! at --- letters of recommendation from mnv highly re;perfdinihes d-velling pail cf the Erick PnWi l1 .' .
Andrews of M :on. .T.IE the corner of Adorns and Cfinlcn f' .
testitjing hit qualifications lor the ;
surrounded girdled by a Curtbn offree States, us no probaWfe escape from ultimate ruin by her very hearth-stones ? There must be union The X. O. Courier, in allusion lo the expulsion IHllff'.iora. : commonly kimwu> .the" Bartlett ;... ..

Iud let her turn whithersoever} she will, enemies the neces!ary emancipation of the coloredrace heart heart and hand to hand. The Mr. R will teach .the L-mcer.Q'laclri:1, Caledonians Buildmi," with all the necessary ont houses and im. r :
to of Dr. Andrews limn Macon says; : the Mazurka, La Gillopade, Waltzing, Spanish provtmen's. The boose ha. recently been lepaircd.; ,: .
to her peace and domestic quiet, encour. compulsory voluntary.! South must awake. She is not safe becausethe We 'know several other abolitionists' ed- Dancing, Fancy Dances. and Ihe Polka Dance. For tetm, 4.C., apply at this Office."r ". .

aged and supported by the powers of the Federal Cornpionmc is a law. On the contrary, :tors of newspapeis in the South who are ic Terms $10 per uhol.lrfor 13 lemon i. rf'mlpr' .. 1 1M54) 3>) tf r. .

Gov( 'erument,utaud read)to drive her back. NonIntercourse.We that Compromise is the fatal whirlpoul constantly pouring forth professions of the same further particulars can be ascertained it the City New Goods. ,1.. '
favor ery Hotel, where private: lessons may be had on appii.
last ourslves in
The great argument of I the North has been, week expressed into which the South is now eugulphed, and itwill nature, who in private make no secret of their I Calls): t ti, Mr T. Suloniplinn pa;trsand terms let( OPENING! a larze and carefully: selected stock of \L{

and of of a system non-intercour8e, ns a means tlf real sentiments, which are did l black with at the Bonk Store and Sentinel otfice.September tntan'u, and ttrtzht Metal Ware. !
liat the most certain speed way the united eflrtsofahl her people cortsistinz in of Tea and Coffee French '. .i
Southern and independ require I neprophilism and hatred of the Sou'h. All 2S, 1S50. 3S tfLOCAL "par Pots. .
about a destruction of the in&litu. promoting safely --- Coifee: Fillers, Pitcher, Candle Sticks of different "
is madnessin
from destruction. It .,
to save her Much fellows ought to be tcoiir cd naked '. .
ence. We intimated doubts however, of its I P. P. LEWIS, imlitiJell? M'JoM-i. Glass L interns.Cake B >XM,
tioti felavcry, was to circumscribe within with such warnings as the through thejthe; Cantiisien, ai"l ol. other which :
in the words But who any people country. DENTIST' S a variety articles ". ,> .
success following :
its present: limits, ns the rapid increase: of I South has received and is daily receiving, to I I Upon hich the Columbus Times remark I I TALLAHASSEE! J. LOR.DA.I they otTer for late on reasonable terms ;
believes that those who have always opposed Also, on hand a fall and exltn"ive stock of Tit '
tlau-b would boon render their possession in. i expect respite from encroachments. Twentyyeais J I: as follows : I tic;- Rooms between Judze Ra'tseH's and the Pest Wire of evry description, manufactured here by e. ..
whatever has been suggested for the protection Ofiice. 7, I 1550. 33
September 1'
and .uble. and Southern Statesmen : woricmenaisl a' lair i. S
>ecuie unpio ; .the abolition iriluence was mocked We think it not : for'a man to }bean good prices. .
I of the Southern States, xvill now unite ago necessary Lead Pie; ,Sheet Lead. Copper. Zinc and Cistern .
have battledJth ull their btrength to at-to-day it controls! the Government and has avowed abolitionist lo deserve expul!ion. New GoOd Piunpo fr s-leTin, Roofins, Guirerin and Job .

prevent a consummation of this desire of the with the great body oflhe Southern people in of the South. Ten Such a creature would be perfectly harmles-! ,. EORGE H MEGINNIS, is now receiving a full Work executed! faithfully and with d!!r>afch. .' .
heel .the neck
its G
ih of the South favor of non-intercourse! Who believes that i upon j ji here for there would be a spontaneous: and !'i(>ptv of GOOD? suited to the season viz- T. WHITE & CO. '
\irtb, by insisting upon riglu i the admission (,California, the dis. : I "lankets: Kerseys, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes. f'nt'fT\"pr21.J") 37 if .
it the sears ago universal indignation ( .iini.t him. It is
will find to a
they nut some objections on Jour -- -
with the North .
cobnize on equal terms ON HAND,
to memberment of Texas, had she been a Statein Ie 'k sly fellow who to lie devoted I New Goods. '
professes .
I '
disunion ion.
ground that it aims at or itgitat A g.wd su phfJf Ragging, Rope Twine, Salt, .
tny territories acquired either by conqueM' blow struck lo the South, while he i U the outworks jsiriber! is receivin Suwann :
and the Union, and the nt slavery sapping &.C., and- all other articles nere. sarv frr the ?ea"on. nj HF. nov : per '
,jiurcbafce or treaty. They foresaw that the i or is a measure consequentlyshould by the abolition! of the shave trade in the District ) uf the institution fur the enemy, that i is dtug"r. G. II.'MtGlNNlSS.Siptenibr and Uliz.,blh from New York, and Wtn. RPfttea '
be condemned 1" 25, 15VX 3S tf horn New Orleao, a full slpply of GOODS
inevitable consequence of S'ttJrt, exclusion! I I oils. lie prepares the ground (for the seed
Columbia: xvould have aroused the en. suited: to the seon, viz :
would be the ultimate ruin of the South ; and I Our fears thus expressed, were too \\111 I tire South! Mich of indignation that I i that the fa!-,tic is 'triu lo sow." Ready Made Clothing. Flour.( Genieixee and St. LOU'H, best brands, ".
a pitch
I! founded. The Griffin (Ga.) Whig, a f.iirspecimen I'"I------ B tllt Ftiipe and Twine, ; .
her. rectiwd from New York chr. Elizabeth,
this ruin is hanging Hemmed i i lUST
now over I per
twain like it\ Gnn4.Smi '
the Union xvould have been rent in MARRIED. 0 4 'nor D"uL5e r..l .
of the opposed to the Southern I II j I i ., a g..odup; ly ,.t READY MADE CLOTHIV ,, I
iu all bides with vile! in. presses I t 'h* Anvil*, Bellow, Vice, icCoffee. ,
on a MM population On the22dirn.tanrat CuIuutiiCi4eurntia Cnnn'v,
hi h-han .
1 a thread-to-day to denounce these j :..audfor-alsoy 1 i G. I II! MCGNNNS.cprtpmr ( Crackt-r .,
Pour hons Tea Gutter .alc t
hostile the
creabing in greater proportion than the white, I[ Convention is equally to prop. I }Fast: n"rid-ibv I the HW., II. Crane, Major W. I 'N. 1"-.0 :s I .
held 'disunion. harreI4.hal'.e.and Mackerel!
tied ou.'rages: is to be up a! a K'ICP qnattersNtf. 1 ; 'J !

and no possible, hopes of i educing it by its ,:| option non.intercodrsp. i Ut" and a traitor," and Northern editors II. WATSO.7, of Madron Court Hou-e, and MH- I New Goo h. No. 1 Soap Sierru Can'JIf,

j| Such is our condition Grievous as are.i LUCY HARDER of the former place.OBITUARY. 2 Co-,!> :t'\If: supt-ritT call skin Poots. 1'V1"
t'l'reais not her doom written 1'ho is I i in our midst! pieach doctrines the mol mono TUST received b) late arrival- from New York a Patent iaJncC"! Grin-Mont-i.! '
;I i the wrongs which we have been called! upon --- --------------- J general as*<>rtmer there that cannot read it in lh} <> past, the present \\itliaut} rebuke from the Calf Skint I IW.11
and abhorrent
strous ;tff yards of Negro K--3: .
} Woorll\ Tub t
'to suffer terrible as are the evils which arc B"uket<. *. ) ,
Dnd the future Let a few facts epcak to party, xx hose especial advocates they set themselves Died in Henry Count, Georgia, on the 2Nt thy 10'X) pair of Russet Brogans, S. Ames Spades and StioveU, tAn r"k L: '

Southern men ![ still held in reserve, destined hereafter to be tll AuUMt lasl/JOHK! G. MATHEKS, Es 1', in the S:X) Blankets, i:1vuice of Hat. j. J' 1

: I' iuflitted us, there are found in the South ;[ up to be. Thus familiarized and pre 5Sth v'< ar of his age. He was a resident of Jdf..rson 3'J' Rale- Colton Csnaburg*. Silk ard! Cotton Uurr.brclbs. 'i .,
J In 1790, the number of slaves in the United upon the Southern mind bows to these 30 ot CitAvn Shirting and Sheet an!". .,4
thoMi whom and no danger can pared, encroachments County, Florida The deceased wa taken sick in I AU-, a general supply of FANCY and STAPLE On Hand. .
no f
Sates: 697,597.) In 1300 the number! argument i Salt Haszinz. anJ
was and invites the to further with AZrl4sflp1V of Hacon, &r..
enemy October last t. some inward disease: and after GOODS. aI i
II induce to lift a finger in her behalf. Propse i all other art icie* nere sary-ftT: the trade, for which ."-.
693,041. In 1810I.HJJ.35-1. In ISiO, I illfrin t I11l'nts. Is not this the experience buffering much bodily! affliction, he was,ia I the monthof SO I Krg a. assorted,' Tobacco fair price will be taken and .the same given 'for 1,
what will for her and 75 Nails,
1,543,083. Iu 1S30, 2,009,04:3: and in 1640. lOU protection, xou are I i ofeveryd.iy ? And will it not continue un. June induced to travel in Ihe upper part of the 2V Sjckj Turk's Man I Silt, Cotton or any other article of produce offered in the Il, 1.',

met with objections\ and npposilion.Again State of Georeii for the .1< recovering his .. market! J. M. WILLAMS.Stem5r2T,1'O. "
ihe number Lad inrteapcd to :!,407,35.: It1: purpose 3JO( !.ivsi' "'l '" '.. ii.
til the South: wish united voice, shows to the 31 tt
we say, the South's worst enemies health. Finding that he had teceiv ed no benefit, be 3' Barrel Xorth-rn Family Flour, ."
may be safe-y! kaid that in the 1-ist ton year*, !! i is = -1',
of her household. These sent North that this agitation must cease ? waa returning home, when the Almi htr summoned 75 Sides Hand Leather, New Stovea. ; :
\high\ him ta leave tins \\orM The deceased was a kind for sjlc bv rec f'I"t
In I 1640 the} white .f the Southern mies due not exhibit themselves in our milt! : 100 pieces Kentucky Eizsin" ,JUT Air Tight Stove ot t the most approved pat- r .
population ( 11 for the people must be united if they xvuuld! and affectionate husband and parenta sincere friend, TTOBIGGS.. Eamnethern. '
abolitionists. and latent stvles.September .
Slates : and i it i is as open undisguised Theyare : at.d ranch esteemed and plember 2<. 19V: ). 3J 3f terns
was 4.32,3UO : probably now retain x-estige of their rights. Hy our divisions a worthy citizen, respected T. WHITE JL CO. .I- .
j j
Sr,00.000.() No reflecting mind can iail to I!I too politic for that. For fighting under we have encouraged the -by ,I by all who knew him. lIe ha left a wife and five New Goods-1850. 21 ico :37 tf .: .i

such colors, they would awaken a spirit of oppressor I children, who with relatives and friends mourn his -
the Slt\un-I COTTON WEIGHER. .
fee that this rapid iucieate .r the klave popu. the whose counsels subscribers are now receiving by CITY ,
outraged hostility, which would at once overwhelm j! union, by spurning men 1051.I rilE', Wa-i ;aand other vessels! from New Yoik. undersigned PUBLIC! COTTON WEIGHER, ..

Iatioll-\"IIf greater in proportion than the 1 have divisions I __ ___ _-_ -.-_--__--_,-_--_ -_-_--_-----p_ __ which, added to their T.IE
I destruction. Wo'ves iu j ji produced our xve may yet stay a.----: ___a--------- a full stock of the above, present the City of Tallahasse. havsna ju,t returned .
white-is ii.consUtcnt uith he, *afrtv and them with ] the of and fanaticism. i gThe Florida Baptist Association will meet will[ comprise every article usually wanted in a from the North with ttro pair iff & /','. ,manufac .

veil lieing of the coun1r '. 'Tl.ei would* lie I i reality, they put on the clothing of sh *ep ; progress- -xvrong----. with the Bapti-t Church at Madison Court Hc uJ,1 I Sou I h ein market. lured o'ljiuled and certified t.'/ the Jii'pettor of I '
Great care h iv in- been taken in the selection, they the ,A> rork Custom \ .
Scales omit n.tighl"f .v .
full devotion the
fears this ih who :; they are to ; they Abolition in the District Florida oa Saturday before the second Lord's day in otter Ihe and cnuitrv Trade : ;
no on COle, piovided <.x e Ii' will oe prepaied t city Haitse. is now pre-vired to received a-id weigh any

fcbould' be .the friends of the South, were truly' :[ have a hoy! horror agitation ; they h-ivc a The infamous Senator Seward of New I O"ober nnt.I an .. rtment of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS CDtton! brou:ni to thu rkrt. HP will attend at

i monstious dread ol u1'.rltisl1\. Meetings in be- I : which in varifl'.slvle t and j-islily, willMt be snrpai i the Dep..t or at any rt'.ace! within the limit. r.t th
i Yoik moved amendment the l"iIJ! for will
and bona Jiac her iends. Hut alas how an to I Kh: Camp MeetbgCamp Meeting 'ee in Ibis market, an.i sell on a-i liberal ternia as } City al I he.bor e..t notice. In clll1j'l1C'fion'ith'tbe a.

have they lexhibited their ftit Uhip< ? [Ha\e ;i I hall of the South, they Late as the devil hate* I; abolishing' the slave trade ill the District oi : rommnreat the Rfthel Camp Ground six miles anv" establishment ia I tin city. Cotton weighinff. h. h3" a I"rse yard in the rear of j

;i holy water. Great advocates of I jwace 'mdhaunony i Columbia, proposing to abuiUh slavery in thdt (rum Mnnticcllo, on Friday the I 11th day of October.Minisletin EU'FLER & DENHAM. Me-!r KJRKSEYand WILLIAMS'' STORES wh-rB .
they done it by denying to lib an rqual riglij 1 1 Distiict.-Sentinel. / brethren and brethren generally, and S-pffmb.-r 0', l%'1. 3S tl he will! receive' COTTON FOt WEIGHING OR ON :- ,
iheir conservation and love of our ; -- -- -
snh.rrier's! vrict atterliort and
with therflkelies, to emi:;I ale to the common invited.GKO.. New Goods. : STORAGE. The ,
I drar Noithern brethren, are unfathomable.) I What makes Seward more infainwtt than the V'j''lif, are cordially : I eenencc: for the hat t'.iree ear at the Depot : .

tertilories of the Union ? Have tl.ry done it C CLARKE. jUST received per chr. Elizabeth from New York. will' he hop--, bring: him tre rnitrr \' the Planferi i .
I Wilh Ihcar. the North (save abolitinnUtsoflhc :| FiIliu-ir-5 ? They are both, by their coufes. --- ------ ,J viz : Silk IIIIill.adie" Dress G.x-da, I ,Merchants rterally. Office ira the rear of Mr. j. '

by stealing otir flaws'-by inciting .Ihrm to 1: extrem" school of Gannon) call do no icnmg I| fctois; iu fax-or of abolishing slavery in the 32- Camp Meeting.-A Camp I Meeting' will Merino! Vesls: Ladies Riding Glove. .Vc., I.t\lit'4''i Kiiksev's store, where wibscnber! may be ftundat r- .

acts of iufeurrection ?-.b, tending) t'JUi s..tit's commence al the Miccosookie Camp Ground on Friday I sale bv G. II. 1\IEG!.. : i all times r-'
District of Columbia. Fillmore took that .
I and tun South, unless xxLvn following a Sun I I s.-plt'rr.ot'r :q. I ISI. l'3 CHMLF among us, to barrel and dit-Unb i our quiet I the 25th of Oi-tobtr to which brethren in the I l.-
Icy or Cobb, can d( nothing right. I ground t'chc.t J an s"'o.nd 0 the Florida i ititiitind : Ihe invited.ALEXANDER Interest. City Cation JJ"rigTitrSf'"tprI"f'r '.,
II these acU of outrage Late chaiactcrired I Ministrr, and public generally are Planters, look to your 21, 1 1S4). 37 U ..

pas', and ate marking the present, what hope Wl.ile such men have charge of Southern II supported Fillmore: knowing tlut beWI1S GRAHAM. 'TPHE snbwr'ber has ! 1"UO pair .f NEGRO I ,.
in favor of the Dis- ----- ------- -- -- ---------- J. the best material and NEW SCHOOL. > ,
presses, arc the instructors of Southern ouiln abolishing slavery in --- ------ --- --- ----- SHOES, double snled, ol
}Ia'en': for the future ? Sunoundrd by Michfncmirt I ) for the deliver 'I wilf ,:'
Third Round Quarterly Meetings workmanship, wuranted: which he will to the 7lb of OCTOBER, the subscriber
trict. IJul that need
and the occupants of Southern pulpits, t the not have surprised any Leon and Thomas Counties at one O Ba-trnent of the Court :;
with a nrgro population! increasing I I Tallahassee District.Runbridge the Planters of I open a SCHOOL in the -
task of uniting the South, for her security, in .1 one. For we doubt whether the Massachusetts Cir ,at Blowinj Cave, 4'i.r., Oct. dollar per pair. All orden adilieised tome at Dun. Hou-e, fair bov* of any a:e. The community may
in greater ratio than the white-cut off/(ruin ia. will meet with I will be '
canville, Thowas Couaty, G -pr rest assured that his time and best abilities j j.-
I I behalf of conceivable plan of action, is Legislature has at any time for ten years Bl3kelpv Circuil,at Pleasant Gru\'(. 12 & 1 13 PONDER.September .
disseminating! it by emigration to the lenitorics any AH'an'Circuir.arBlueOplinJ.C.M 17 & 20 prompt ;sttention. JAMES faithfully emnloved for the mural and intellectual r'.
I uttcily hopeless. Jo what our failed to recomin nd (his lI1l'abur' 2S.1S"JH.I 35.11< Sentinel 3t advancement of hi4 pupils.His .
-\,bat think of the ? What I oppressors LilMe'River li.iHnlIt Oak, 21 I & 27 ..
pm prospect tuition will be made known ,
of upon ap.
these men are ready xvith their a glorious advocate of Southern rights Lands and Pensions.
may 'i
is the prospett to Virginia i with a white I, Bounty plication. JESSE P. SMITH. ,
popu. I I
gies. Piopose what the South may, they are xve have in our midst! Who is surprised that TOWLE & MYERS, rulE undersigned.having made arrangements wilh I't..mhpr 21.; 1S50. 37 7,; ..

Jatinn oi about 650,000, a kUvn of OOoOO, & I he should denounce the of Watchmakers and Jewellers, J. a competent Agent in Ihe City of Washington, ..
ready with their objections. We pretend not'. right seceM ionI It BERRY &, ROWLES
*frcet negro population of49,957) ? South Cur. the serdce.fefmc are now prepared to take! power" of attnrnev for the t ;.
to say whether it is a part of ihe abolition I is the interest of the North to keep the South HAVING proru'cd of collection of Bounty Land Claims and Pensions, Auctioneers anil: Commisstoa[ Merchants and
clina bad 239.054 whiles and 3 0,043 slaves! i ALLEN, forrneilv
movement to tend such men South to preachto shut up in the Union, to tax her note, and .. t.hiscirflhpyare now prepared: and will give their strict :attention to the same. Cotton Brokers. .
iu 1640 ; Georgia 407,095: whites, and 280 Address, McQUEEN Mel NTOSlI I,
I in the above tine, with :
all work promptn
I freedom her slaves execute for the favors of the past season and. I..
us submission, and prepare the way for e. give to hereafter. Seccs- Jatkxonville, East Fla. rpHANXFUL .
944 !ave ; North Carolina 4B4fe70 and in the most satisfactory manner. To our friends W DOWNING.Tallahassee _L hav m, flattered themselves that they gave satisfaction ,
and :245,817 tlaveF and whitei'1 mancipdlion ; but we do know that the abolitionists iou, it is feared, might be the means of our at a distance, an early attention to a'.l 1 work \hih I CHAS. Florida. to I their patrons, asam offer I heir services. .,
2,782frce .
nr could pursue no other step half so cf.I escape from our oppressors. Of course: then may be forwarded to us, will be given.TOWLE & MYERS. September 28, 1950. 3S__It_Js.nlin..I ] COTTON BROKERS. They will attend to the sale ,'! ,
Alabama .
335,185liitex: and 53j32 flaxes; 1 I of COTTON by sample, and get the highest price '

Minsisbippi 170,0141,le5, and J & ,211 fectixe for the accomplishment oftbeir designs, it should be denounced by all Northern Fed. September 23, 1S50. 33 If Lost or Mislaid. that ihe market will allow, and wake prompt returnsof ;
as the employment of such emissaries. cralUtg. Take Noticed NOTE payable to James L. sAeet, Executor of the same. Always on the spot they will be able '. .,
fclavef Louisiana 159,457 xiliites 103,452 of the fluctuation of the i
; A T. R. Freeman bearer for nine hundred and to hke every advantage .
*late, and 25,502 fne and Florida Cassius OfficE OF SFCRETARV or STATE, ) dollars and thirty-three rents,dated November market. Their charges will be as follows. i. (
i.cgrocs ; "Help me or I sink! fifty-three
"Pair ble.aa .
Play"-Falsehoods. : Tallahassee, September, 18:U. ) due .the first day of January. For sale r.f 12 bales or less, 50 tents per -
7,943 whites, 25,703 slaves, and 617 free i ifltgrOl's. Some The last federal organ sends out a despairing .. rpilE following amendment to the Constitution t 10. ISIS, on after maturity,and U to 25" 41) 4.. a. .I .
office hunter interest
xvith less
whig discre. General Assembly 1 1S19 will seven per cent .. LI 'S U ,: h
I of the 'a tr'.1"
J the last sesion > 40
How will it be before to the of Hamilton passed at O Smith and R 1Shar., and -.
long Whigs to Benjamin
igned by
rally as .
cry !
everycue lion than zeal!, asserts in the last: Sentinel, that 1 I* now in full force and effect, and Ihe Inspectors the 31st January, 1S50 with $00. IIperon'J Over 40 u 25" 4

cf these Slates will be driven, from the the editors of this paper' with a few others," one man." "There is too much at stake," of the Elections to be holden on .the first} Monday credited are cautioned: against purchasing trading BERRY & ROWLES 3. .
Octooer next, will be governed thereby. New Building*, Main Street':
necessity of self preservation, to put a stop by have says that paper.h 'jou must ralJj"j"oumUlSt of for said nole. R. K. H\\V. :
brought our Mr. Papy for Register. So U.V DOWNING, 2Q, IS50. 3S 4t* September 14, 1S50. 33 6m :
law, to the importation of slaves! into their far as the charge relates to the conductors of be up and a-doing, if you don't the .' polnictans Secretary of Stat Quincy. September 1: .

midst Already has Georgia the greatest I this it is false. had about the capital," as ftov. Ca 1 once Administrator's Sale. To Planters .. .,
picts, totally They nolh. 1 AN ACT !o to amend the Constitution of .this State subscriber w ill make cb advances COT-

Inducing State South been agitating this ing to do xvith bringing out Mr. P. any more said, will be very much disappointed. They I as to extend to all free white male inhabitants, being F.R Ihe heirs purpose and di-tributees of making of distribution George Y nng.among late THE ANII TOBACCO shipped lo 1\I-..;rs. C e.' i

STutter, and her next LcgUlature will no doubt than lo announce his name at the of have paicelled out (the offices, from U. S. Sen. rituens of the United Slate, who shall have of LeonCounty, dec'pa'lcd.1'Vill sell at public outcry And request resided within this Stale one year, the elective Monday JT. M. WILIIAMS'September :-
enact a law- 10 this effect. OIlier States will his [rieud And ator down, and want your help to get them. to t the highest bidder for cash,on thejirst :,. C& If -
we say further injustice to trench ide..SFcTI0N in \urtmber .rt,tn the premiu,.be loUcin \- 14, .
(olo'ttl r example! -an example ioice-d N. H. Why don't the Sentinel the lashon 1 Be it enactedly the' Senate and House .
use :
upon Mr. P. whose ( real and v-ersonal propelty
qualifications or the office no Jieprentutivei of the Mate of Florida in General Geo. Young To the Ladies and Gratlimta ofMR TI1UnIil t&i
of which said
them the land of
by the law of sfyprcsrrtation. What the pesky Jackson Whigs ? Ti.cre the The whole ot
one questions, that he himself had nothing to coq. .1emlly convened.That the first clause nl died seized and possessed, exclusive of the widow's -

then ? Wbei i is next to be done ? What is..I I do with his own announcement. His friends siderable of a muss over there, and the organ silllh article of the Constitution be so amended a! dower, viz : J. R. LLOYD will return to Tallahasseeb 'J'I '
I follow, viz : Every free white male person of the T 2 N of R 1 W. the 201) h he nlways Found.* ,
of N W 4.Sec 31, may
Virgi ia do The NB4
to with her surplus blare I thould look it. What right have the Hamilton and ',and who shall *
plll'ullI brought I him out, and they will sustain him ; ale of twenty.ouueears upward The E J of S W 4of f'coT2N.ofR 1 W. SKY-LIGHT UAGUERKEA.N GALLEflY.over a} :

IIOQ' She now finds a market thousands of] and be will be voted for too or Jackson Whigs to be splitting ] Don't be, at the Hoe ol offering to vote, a citizen of the Part of Lot No.5 Sec 20, T 2 N, cf R 1 W. Messrs. Bull & Prarorms Ctotbiap F4tabtisbmeot.I I
by a large and had
num. and who shall lae resided the l I'11 i-
United Slates, ors E 4. Sec 30. T 2. R 1 W. Ladies and Gentlemen! d.4Sring.tvbar
her -.1uca! Part of the E J
annually, in her bister Slates.Wh .- her of Wlli s. As to Mr. Byrd, he knows they know the xvubes'of t the Tallahassee his habitation, domiril. home. and place of permanent ALSO Two likely NEGRO FELLOWS. frovement* in Pictures made, maifi!?$,' yrcold dwell '
t it she to do when these Slates shall put the clique ? Whip them in, Mr. St'ntinl'l-teacL abode in Florida for one year neM preceding; DAVID D. YOUNG, not to be in a hurry while the, tcanit weather
secret of whig tactics-divide to conquer. the election at which he shall offer to vote and who Administrator of George Young dec'd. continues. lie will, have on, luai* stork ol'cas*!, f- I
Hop to this dare trade ? Let those answer lie them better manners in future I ban 'to be dis. lime and for Ii" months immediately Kh \.et eshi-
sustains \'. Papy, and urges Lill friends hall, at such I September 2S, 1S50. 33 Is both plain and ornamelJ tI, < as never
who sided said tiC10,hue had hi. habitat ion,domicil, iwhe? : shall be to g\VI\
the North by their support of CIa) I where to do the regaiding your wishes and the interests( of preceding bited in this city before. His
every same. of abode in the county :
home';and place permanent Holmes Circuit Court. satis.action; all who may biaRssansaidguv1
Compromise Bill!, in excluding! the South from : But Fair Play" Bay again that in the Su. the politicians aforesaid. in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed a. Pictures warranted, or no ch..rg mu.ia..pptetn1er . rnia.i Tie of that bill : nunjitied voter at all electionunder .Ibis Constitution Richard Bud, ) 14. 1S'>0. :u 4f t
passage very wannee Convention Col. Blackburn moved others in elections by general c*. > Bill for Divorce. .
The Tariff and Mr. Cabell and none ; except 't'tA
baa ,
affixed the seal the record If her law. in Sarah Boyd ) At Priate Sale.
to doom that they hhould! nominate have under. picket ;in the Slate or District presetil by /
and the doom of the Southern Slates.: The : or an Mr. Vinlon, a few days since, proposed a' which caw, .the elector) trust have been resident JT appearing to the satisfaction of .time Court that LIKELY NEGRO GIRL about 24 years eld. i4 .
standing that Benjamin Byrd of Leon County (Ibe State one ear next preceding .the election, Sa'rah Bojd.lhe. Defendant, resides beyond the jUt /L and child and
change in the Tariff of 1940 by which it is \ a good housekeeper, seamstress
State of
in which and out U the
generation may nut live tajwilnej thould be candidate for and six months within the election district li-uliclion ot this Court nurse. I
the last act of the Register, This i it es'.imaled that it would be made about 40 percent he to vote: Proodeii, That no aoldier ta- Fl.ridd: BERRY S Si ROWLEs i 1%
tragedy, but *o sure as cmrf.DS another falsehood.As or marine in .the regular army or navy of .the It is Ordered, That tl.e said' Sarah do appear, '
than it is man Auctioneers KCommissionSeptember -
higher Iechan&\
> events cast their shadows before, is the to the abusive course"; at present. The mo. United Stattti, UIH>M he "ere a quail fled elector '.f plead, answer, or demur to said Bill of Complaint 7,1S50. 35 It
< fut of this paper .lion failed, yeas 93, nays 9G. Mr. CaheJl either .this State preview! 7 jlohwcivlisjtnent as such.soldier, within three mouths, or said Bill: will be taken pro

'jy approaching that will look irpon the toward Mr. PIP] opponent, that is all hum. dodged; or seaman, or marine in the regular army or imy of .the cinifeao against aid Defendant( f Bagging and Bale Rope. "
final was not whig
nt. this bepiblished
I'rel Every shall becansidereth Ortitrnl, Thai notice
supprewion a, Rn institution," of Uw.. United States' or of the revenue service, .ind it iifurthtr
yin the Southern bur. Mr. Walker knows that hit O\ lr parlyfiiende vote given xvas in the affirmative-that is, for '. a resident of the State! in consequence of in some p,)l>lic ncwsi'uper printed in Ihe A FULL supply o/ <&unny Cloth and K f)11Cky

Sutcs. And the South j for \rfcal rt>ternted' his to being ttationed within the me.. Stale for three months con. -uiively.' AHIT- 5. 1 Is50.GUORRB Bagijin,1! and Kentucky and New York made. 1 1 "
need not il much blame! the Korib treachery ..raising the Tariff. And )'t"t.e understood .29,1S50.: 3S teAn.r'tr'a .>. H'AWKINS, Rope, fur sale. low by IJ F'
beuiet! September
flt tfil as .the p>i1y in the election (Senator, hate de.ncunced lJjott' 'srAl,- in a' a1'tedi few days sln&;" I' -' ifSW tat canwill pnbh h till.Ieci.eD t lud!..Wester1!" CircuIt McNAUQlIT- k.. ORMON., .1. ; 1
trnpbtieTTy, }i:1 the J ri \ J : : ::11 3p. .1b.i. 33.5. ua
nguf il' him in Urns compared with which I complain that the !DemotratfcTAriiTwf J'f6 ( S..- I Scrtembttf fit'r :... Newport/igmT 34)

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STATE OF FLORIDA. STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. Business arl>s. cr. i :cLtt tfliCrtitthttLlt9 ) floribimt & oitvitaI.FUttL1llrI In Leon Circuit Court,

$900,000. LEWIS & AMES (COPY.) J.m-9 M. Hj.tei-I.V CHANCERY. .


*}" W\LL ST., MEDICINE, PAINTS In the Circuit Court of Hadisoa County. : .
NEW flflJ-NO. > OILS, Wi.liam;:
n.irney and
Accu'Ji'il'eJ Fund N"V 1st. 1l9, $.'KJIN ,- folia .Ulitlcs rerfcrafry, ir., \VintIovv Cla s Oaj plicati no'' J.IIMI C M.-ieln-f. Admin: lra- 1 itait: DOLL'nsper annum, ifpaiJ in advance. aPpeatin In the ether s3tistaction, creditort nf ay
r>f the estate of John J. H.\ce. decca-d, T.IaEE AND .v it 51.5 ifpai.t \\iihin six tr.ontlis.'OUR IT of
t Ekt'i)4 of $!ae .*?eii'or.CANCV 0') ), sear kiari.that: William Cuintv, LecnU, *Jjfk! ?

1% V \ having oertjred to the r'TK cit riMl f t 4.1_ SttteSena'or in the Seroul S.'njtirul Distiict.: of the State anJ City of New-York and UnitedSutcs.i. AT. which formed part of the estate of said decedent : }-These teims will be rigidly adhered to, and and Simm',.. TayIorDeremanf: iv the a .4

by the removal Irn-n t'ie si t of t'ie H"n. Charles rplilab4)vcc.nstantl on hand,and for sale at tie It U OrdtrtJ. That J.'h Johnson, <.I l luth Cara- no paper wilt be discontinued untilall atrearaiare side b *ond the' limits >i" the State of p*' 'V**'*" \

". Ttei : Jt i* herrby Qrltred. That an elwlion, This fa-id is rapidly Hrrej! in5 by a ttidelyetended I lowest market prices. lina, Lt1, ad he i* hertbv, appf>int><) Guardian id u"d. nloat the cation of! the publishers SiScrilicrs witKin the limits of the t'nitedS,3t55 fl'tbat \

t> fill mid varancv be held in '*M District on Moaiy and precioii; vi declared dividend of profit* of uf- eo, NovimherUO, IS17. ISIMO.V ) llar < months at 1 SO. order far the *-. 'r t ?.II Sled: this arn
*! the 7th diy of Octnbir next.fjiven The Company to wit : Albert I5o> -eaiid Eliza Bce.. Is. represent, <> IK Every e in cap oa of !

; n ijr rnv itjil and the Great S1 l f y.t'a.o percent 0.1 all exiting policies on the 3Utof TOWLE. MACIANO P. PAPV maintain the right* ol thesjid iulants aper "ut of 11is io'inty must be accompanied with firsf Murviav m February next, otherwj,.befc,511 tbe

the Stef H rili. at the Cj-.itc.l) in T l- J nujry, IS IS.AM thisbel.alt: the cash, unless tlie order comes through any of osir Hair.ant' Bill shall be taIenro cosmf,1a0: Co

rq1 *l J iihiee, this 5th div al Jalv. \. I). 1S5<). the Profits are divide among the Insured. TOWLE &, PAPY, .!1Jl it isfitrthtr Ordered That a copy of this regularly authorized agents in the State.ADTERTISEMEXTS ded, A copy f this Order be pnbijs .ed or

THOMAS BROWN, Tue rerai'ims are paable incj U annu.illy, semi- Attorneys and CooLstllors at Law, Order be published in one of the newspapers printed for four months preceding tie said fir t J t\j"
Giernoru1 FIiiJi interest being added on the in the city ol TMllaha .*ee for the spare of thirty February n.xt. in wire respa p er f-"ntfd'ard *
nn'ullv or quirterly formed an association for the Practice
the G Attest HAVING 'jiving ice of t the ol said Adtr.inulra- r; hed in the Jtiddle Circuit nf the MViS
Jlv rernor : da}?, not design Stared<
ie!<*rred psymenis. will attend the several Courts of the Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per"pare
C. W. DOWNING. looted this Company PC- tor to appU fur permission to sell the real estate aforesaid. Given at Chamber, 'hi 5th 5jt rf W IV A V
The caih'prmcipte ; Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court twelve lines (for the first,and filly cent f<-reach
Secretary of Stale.PROCLAMATION. cares to the parties mr %vho3e ihem,urancr" ol the U. S at Tallahassee. All bisines.ieiitruted u'i-M1uent im)4ertinn. A reasonable deduction. BALTZELL, jad,*.
1 1ii11i4a .. i'1v ? ); t. without I Given under hand, at Tallahassee, this 7lh A true copy-Attest.
a the advantaces, tny
whole ni l
etlecretl! the made
willh I notices
are to their care w ill receive prompt attention. on l-gal estate* Cl-rV.
subjecting them to the heavy drawback ol accumu- 3O.licein the Capitol.te1.rnjni September, 1SW. (Si nrd.) ly notices without alteration, by persons having LONG, ARCHER
lid note*. with the COELEY
premium 17, 1MD. 7 regular! account? office.
Tt j the 6'arrrnor ofth* .Sij'c of Florida.WdEREX Pertfotis may effect insurance on their own lives >Vr JJ. Is' M 4t All amminrements of candidates for office, FIVKPOLURM Solicitors for Coapl ; *

: it i 14 required bv Ijsv ihat tncledi 'n an J the lives of others. A mirrird women raa insure MEDICAL NOTICE. Sale of Real Estate. -invariably in advance. No attention 'ertrmher 5, l'50 :33: Vnjct'

j in this Stale on thf rir t 'liv"liv inOctobK the life* of her husband, the beneStf which will be piid to any order for announcementunless Middle Circuit of

nestfor t ((1 i-tf-rof I'ublie L h..ldItrar ire sutured by law for the exclusive ueot hcr>cll or Dr. Charles T. Darby T N pursuance and bv virtue of an order s nd decree accompanied with the cash. Florida

jew aii until his siroesur slull be elected children. I of the Honorable Judsreof Probate in and for Ire IX GADSDCN CIRCUIT COURT
All reli-rious. mirr'tagand o'jtfmry notice* published
ESPECTFULLVannounctsto the public in
aid nullified: and all otlic-rsdependent unon salaries P cen1 Countyf Madison, I will expose to public sale, a!
,;. men 1 !iratiiitoM-"lv ; but editorial notices for pri- IN CHANCERY.
V. eral that he has Incatrd hirr.sell
Jilt the aiJ election behe4 permanently in auction for h. bef-ire the Court 11.01-0
therefore orJert'J' Thit are 5)eci3lIy i invttedto viltliem- ei ni t a re iiirce ca< ? d-M>
v.itc"benefitwill be charged advertisements.
throuj'iioit the State, on the *jid t1rt Maud v whereby[ Ihcir snrviving families ma be secured Montirello, Florida, and will betound at all limes, M
4) Ocl "ifr new?, reorjin t. *'. Iron the evils ol penury. unlcs-4 ,>rule -
Givea uadarnv liand aid Ihe Great Seal of explanatory of the {principle* if Mc"ial be tuidtoall prolessional calls. late <>f Jcrferson County deceased, of. in, and tolhefollowinp JOR WORK.We r*. *

I ,-, the State: of Fl-ridi, at the Capitol in Tal.iVal.J Lie Iii-nrance, and illu-tratinsiti advautasres.vith May ft. iviy._IS_ described lands, Uins and being in the are well prepared to execute Job Work, such Jarre M. taker and 55fn
tjjsjef.thts 1511 i dv 'f July. A. I 0. 1 ISTJ.T1IOAI loiros of application, may be obijined at I ho J. L. SH1ELSS, M. J. 5. BOND, At. I.Drs. said Comitv .t| Madison, I to wit : as bilUrardblanks, pamphlets.&c.with neat- i f Dqnran Baker, deres-ud, DefrBdanu.

\S feROWN.Gjvtrnor office of the Ccta'paoy, 35 Wall st., cr of any of it! nv The W j ol the N E 4. and the N E 4 of the N WI r\p* aid despatch. All work of this description IT appearifg to the ali-iacn i>t the Ccirrt t tr.t

uf Horii'a.By entz. ol Sec 2'}, in Tmnliir, ) 1, Rinse 0, Noith and except for pr'ns h.ivin yearly accounts with the Defendant, M. Raker, resides u t-,

4Je Oareriwr Attest: ; TRUSTEES. SHIELDS & BOND, EVf.couMining one hundred. and twenty acres, more the otSce, mud be paid fat on delivery. State, but be>ord the Middle Circuit : tt it

C. u. OIYNINTI;, DavidC.CVl.ien .\VING( a-isoriated themselves together in the or los. That the Detendant. James M Baker do ppfsr Wi
&ertaryoSta1e. Jo*. B. Collins H of Medicine Su & oiler F.LIAS \STINGER, Adm'r of Watches Jewelry &c. aflSwCi the Bill tiled in this case v ithinthrr
XYin J. Alfred I flJwaIi4, practice 1 31 ry .C. inoni,)>,
TiSui. .h1s L 1S1 II. IhsUp, Win. Belts eivices ti) the citizens of Quincy and the surr.urd. the esfat.- ot Walter R. Blackburn, dec'd. % TIIF 1 subscribers have received afer the d.ite hereof: ,1nd it ufvrl/itr OnfrrtJ
ft. McCnnlr. 4 jut
Anzu-t ni. ls.v 3| TI That a copy of this Order lie published
r. WotdriiiT**. DysL-rtti'iy Ci>nlitl Fred S. %Vinteii, Joseph Blunt inz country.Qtiin i a good supply of Goods, once a wrd[
for the of months in
D IStO. :f! spare two some ,
< rif
I liaae G Pearson = which newspap ,
niI C. IV FaVr.J are
zs', State of Florida. among printed! iu the citv of TaUaha'sre, State
Mather' FrienJ TI L-.pi' 1 ( rthartic, hn P. Yelwton, Henry \V, i| CARAW t.rii,3 [W. S. DILWORTU GADSDEN[ CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. THOMAS BALTZELL, J
Dr. Cord n' Aiti-Ruli.vj< P1a.. The S'-d'wirk, Miwie.Xebedee Huntinz Silver Levers, A true -Atte.>.

Dr. IItinz' O-im: ;> vi.idivrun of Niptha, taey (5. Collin, Cook ; Jjfl] George T. Himoy, ) L' pifti and plain Watches* K. C.copy LESTKR, Clerk.

Or. Little'* Tonic {Jitters, T.I.IIC P.lls, ani Vcrmi- jIn H. Swift; Jotia Miller, ATTORNEYS .AT LAW r Bill for Divorce. Chain, Sealand Kes. Anea-f HI. t .*'). 34 2n

faze, Lucina Cordi il 1, 1.tir. t'.dsworth, David, A. Comtock, Eliza M Hin ey. ) Bracelets BOSOIH Pin, Rinzs Earrings

flititvrm tnl Tetter Oi tm nt, Freryh Mixture, I?. M. Cornell, Robitt huxler, MOXTIUELLO, FLORIDA. [T nnpeaiin. to the ti-fiction of the Courtby Iiosmn Buttons Sleeve Buttons, State of Florida.

Pr S onc-r'i V,.5?s iMe 1 Pill* and Hitter (;(mv. M. Wilkins, J J'iiy7tJM9. GAD5DEN CIRCUIT COURT.-IN
Ur. Mir- iev' Sjjr C.utedifiFever Pill, John V L Pruvn, Jepli Tuckertnan, the defendant in this rau-u, resides be\ond the juri.s- Gold; I'ens in silver! Cases, CHANCERY.
S Dr. Leov' %ita1k Utiitvrul Pill Fred. W'nttlesey, M's H. Grinncll, A. E.t4TciN.v. MAX VELL dicti'Mi nf t this Cirt, and out ol t Ihe State of Florid* : Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard and Salt Spoons, Asa Barber,

nr. Peter Vegetable Pill t. Charles Ely, Wtn. J. Ranker, It is Ordered,That t the said Eli/.a do appear, Marble Clocks, r*. > Bill for Divorce.

JUteHM* Eve ?4le, and Th.miien's Eye Water, j JnJin C. Crurer, Eugene Dutilh, AT LAW, ->\vcr, or krrur. to the aid bill of complaint within Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks, Sarah Baiher. )

MflSTitt Ph-cniv Bi'ter aJ Life Pill, Walter Joy, Francis S Lithrop, attend all the Courtof the Middle Cir tru.-f months, rr s.iid bill -.ill be taken proconftmo Setts ol %Waiter, &.C &c. I T appe-uina to -atisfactinn of the aj.

Dr. ti-we' Cnnj'i Svrui*. Alired Pelt, J. 0. Thatcher. WILL zj-: or.ever; S. I.'. Uurn .\'s Store. aziin aid defendant, ard that thecause be sot for TOWLE & MYERS davit in thiscase filed, that Sarah Bartert'ed.tcndant } ..

Genuine irnihtrs ritr. The above well .TOslri! B. COLLINS, PittiJent.ISA Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1S4V. 42 hearing during next -imof aid Court i ii: INovi uiber Mirc'- s.i. i t'o. :1 resides beyond jurisdiction cf this Comtotiltjf

3c*0sro aiti npaUr -Tned'en for *i1.* bvSH \C ARRATT. .Secretary.J0 next : .'InJ il i..fin flier Ofdertd. That this ().-.f..i the State of Florida, aid within the Sta'e c?

ELD? & JLOWTRE >. BLUNT.; Counsellor. H. BRADFORD, be )'; )lihed iu soine public newspaper pritilrd i iIhis Notice.i7Cthe Georaii : // i* Ordered, That thcjraid Sanhdo.

lnni 1i. t>'0 2t tl.Tii Q liner. n*. JA.MG< 8. GAM RLE, Az't., Tallahassee. State once week fr three months, and that! undersigned, will ri.3keappliration to pear, plead anwtr, or demur. t<> aid bill) ct f e1m..

Jjuuirv 19, l lit.). 2 v TiY AT LAV7, complainant take testim*>nin the came. the r.ext Legislature uf the State of Morida, 1'I.tir.f: within three months or sai' bill skill bs.ta'g,

Nutin's & Clark'sC'LESBTfil ._ Ta1Iah.scc, Florida July 2'i;, IsoO. THOMAS BALTZELL, for a charter tor a Plank Road (rim Ocala to the pro tvnftno a.aint aid defendant, and that the

!) PI \* '-'rranteJ :-' COTTON GINS. April 2'', IsV). > A troe copy-Attest, Jud'e.R. head ol Silver Spri.-ff cause be, 'et lot hearing at the nest termoftj.ij

graid ai'iicvi Pino.t'tI c. LESTER", cuik.J "DAVID PROVINCE. I nun on the second. Mmid y in N'VenbT pr\t:

-* VV. G. M. DAVIS, lv27, UW.2rJ 3m JNI). G. REXRDONr. { .qmlit is further Ordered, That this order bepoblUhrd -
JEliai Attacamsnt Pianos,with Ivet'T in \\ S. HARRIS, in siiirse public enspajer printed ID the*tzte

B' Kd<- Tfii aauve ce ebfu e.l PiiUfw r -.1i had GIN n.VMTACTl'KKG, ATJ'OIINCY: AT LAW, In Chancery. C. A. M. MITCHEL, onc-a week for three nonths.and that the coEphsa.

by Duplication tn D. C. WILSON. TT.S taken u,> hi- abode at Tallahis, ar.d will John P. Duval, Complainant, ) 11. A. CARTER: ant tke te :inony in the cau-e.THOMAS .

J.t11.SS.1 ',1 Palmyra. Lee Coun'y Georgia, II.. practice in the Court* of the Middle District, rs. > Bill of Injunction. STEPHEN BRYAN, EALTZELL, Judje.

OULD inform Ins friends and the public' cere- and of| Franklin and Jacks 'n Counties. .T'>hn Fontane, Defendant. ) JOHN SCOTT, A ti-ic copy :Attest,

GUNSMJT-HIHG I I % I, r4lh te.t In ( ..intinue the jb"ie bjiise.s ahi M itch \>. isfifJ. 9 ""FT appearing fiti-lVl-rily lo the Cou-t that J.thn S G. BROWN R. C. LESTKR Clerk.An .

*old stand, where! be will 'le lnpp> l to -"fiplv then. .L Fontane, the Defendant, does not re-ide in thi* JOXIAH PAINE ? i-f TO. i IHV). 3t ?'.

G. 'oHrra WDRK i -!. -r;.. tjfl %vith a first rite article. As an evidence of the HcQUEEN McINTOSH, State, but in the State ol Georgia : It in Ordtied, SIMEON HELVENSTON. In

tn. i ino-t PresMoi *iti Despatch bviH quaiitv uf hi* work, he would state that out of tie ATTORNKY AT LAW Tint the uid John Fontane, do appear and answer Marion Connfv.Svpf.H] IS50. 37 3m Chancery.

tIm 1'4ri r. a* lit* *'i -\t d 'r If1 Dr. raard's Ufi! number! told by him the past year, not one ha the said Dill cf Injunction, in I tl.U -
Particalir atte-vi: .,i "it i I t > rcuntiy orders, and the fail: d to give pertVcf satisfaction-and would a* ret WILL attend the United Circuit Court in the Eastern e rn-ritlis:, from date hereof. ,ln2 it i.;furthtrOidertd In Attachment. AT C115.IaER', Ao nst 2f, 1S30
the States
p3trnt1re of all I erenre, civethe name ol any one who has one of hi ; Dinict Court at That a of this Ord be EiU for Itare Iv tell Land.
copy r published
Jjjr I4ic IipaIz-1. .. crI' Gin in Uie. He i I' intending to enlarge! hi*establish- St. AtEu-lre: : ; the Supreme Court at Ta! aha-ee; once a week, for the space ol two m .nihs; in some }Debt G7. John P. Duval and Ann F. Duvdl, tf c/Ct>inpUatj.r .
and Claim-1 citizen. in PS.
for SSI
riKLPS, HF.MILLY. raen considerab'y' this year, by which: means lie will prosecute aitj pirt of Florida uew.-paper punted in the cit> of Tdllahassee, StateaIsreuJ. John Unse. .
5 Tit"isca. Miv 0" 1 *1 1 '2'> be enabled'to fill orders (which !at %ear lie wa un- a--ainsi the GoverniTtent at Washington, either } The Heirs at Law s f David M. Sheffield, deceased Jf
befnre. Conjreis or at 'he Departments. defendant and all other persons interested
able to d->) withGiri, possible, iperiorto any everraanafaclure4. THOMAS BALTZELL THE whose names are unknowr>.
THE TRUE MEDICINAL in SmMme-UTiiGeorzia. I let hinkb Addres Jacksonville, Ka-t Florida.A Attest Judge.A lake notice of the institution of the above appearinz to the s-iTis'-irfion of the Crnrflbattheheiis
lisas! l 10 l 13.30. 31 trio copy- suit j in JetTeMon Circuit Court, by attachment, and! IT I
nf Davit .M. !
enables Inm at taw Sheffiedileceas.d.)
COD LIVER OIL that every ycnr's experience to irtuketittle << OSCAR A. MVERS, Clerk.
and plesd i', the declaration tiled in sid
bettet" article. appear ; case, do not reside in this Stare, but in the Slate ot TCP.nerlicut .
[J.IJL in the ere: ot "Scr-fii'i, I'oiirismti-in. DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, June 2'J, :23 2-i on or before the miext Tall Terra of sail 1 Court.
B.ia practi.-amechanicand! ithaldtermieedthat : It ii Ordtrtd, That the heirs at bwef
'ivn. As hm*, nrT cliiti ,C m li CARAWAY SMITH.Attciaev
aid all di'se'M < (" the Chojt n-d Lmz A eanphf none hut Gins o1 the v.-ry 1iri t ola sshall b inanuf find boar West of Judge BaltzeH's.May In Chancery. for Plaintiff.. said David M. Sheffield d<> appear ard answrr t tete

this valuable m."dicine j i-, jn t received, which i is et irediuhisshop.hefeeli'sa'cin'vvarMntin i I !; them 2i, l'M. 29 John P. Dural, Complainant, ) July*, 1C50. 23 *3mNotice. said Bill of Ccrnplaint in Jhisra-e dwiiWafeor$

wtrr4* tf J pare and of very *'i- erior 'i*litv. to ofi 'rate to the satisfaction ol the pu"ehaer. 1 He! r* VBill for months from the date heiei.f: .Ind it ifurther Ordtraf. -

For sale tV LE'VK .tME will d'liirer: them free of charge k. purchasers at Icdicine3, Toilet Articles, &c.p T. B Hcwaid, Defendant. ) Injunction. That a copy t>f this Order be jmblirbf. li.p fe
%Iit2.tSt !f their plantation a week f for the p-re f.f frur iticnfli', in rme *nr>-
IT appearing to the ,.Jtactil of the Court that months after date will be made 1' in lie ot Tillshas- State(
Ail ?ag zemenls; made with hiq traveliinjrTit application paper printed city ,
NASH & TAYLOR T. II. H' w.ird. the Defend fit, does not le-ide in SIX
Fruits, &..c.T or ord r<* to the Proprietor si Palmyra siiall be the Hun. Jude of Probate (for Leon County Florida.
> AISIN?, 08N JF. promptly aiteodeil to.ft3Repairing Y\TOiLU jjccMully: inform their tlii- State,but in the State of Geor 'a : It M Orderrd. for Utters of diinision from the estate of Thomas THOMAS BALTZELL, .
J.t I f i.d: and the that That the siid T. R. Howard d appear and answer White deceasedMate of jid .
ALMO OS, LEMO\ properly done in the most dur blomanner. : pu'jlir they true Co"T-'t'l.- ;
APPL.1ONS, have JIM received a new u]>py! of zoods, I lit- said Rill ot Ir.j'i'ictinn, in t this care 'ilrd, svi.hi', SAMUEL C. WHITE, Administrator. OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk.Dy .

r IRTqI POTTfl! ftJ-IIe: i is alsi Ar nt for th, tile rf Cha manRan4sII's ---, con. stiu,: of Medicines, Perfamery, three from date hereof ./n./ it i, Ordtred, May H. !"'.". 1"4 Crn HCCH AKCHEB, Jr.. D. C.

3 'CKET4JJ! IT' IlU 1irr.'l *n3 kus & C..VCAST IRON HORSE POWEfisri.OU : Scaps, &c, t.s., which, added to their former That a copy: ot thi* order be published,once a week, An/>i*' SI. 1'I. tt *r\
I'fOJttI1 ntrTiid MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida. -tork, not lung hince received, makes their a'soil- for the s;>ace of two months, in ne.tspapcr piii.ttc Bounty Land and General if enty at \\VasIiinztoa.

received an i for sale !-..vJOUN Contracts can be made with ray Tcavellini Agents merit nearly complete. Ladies and Gentlemen that in the citv of State aforesaid. Agricultural Warehouse.

: MDOIT.ALL. \ny inforoa'on wanted with re. ird to the c
: !fl'.1- '". 11*>. 51 or efati in of these ntis.! ran be obtained by adi'rei! our Mock of I'crlui.-ierv, soaps, 4.C.Miy true c pytte- t, cient attention totbe BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS Stock of frnplemf nti from Mes.t

inz rne at Palrnvra, Lee CojiitxGeorgia. 4, JS.VJ. "17 OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. ot Oif cers and Soldiers en2ard: in the Florida War, I DP\SLOW & .VEHSIER, woild ar.nruncs to rie

Pain Killer. March m KVX J-2 tx. Ju-ie 25, 1 1VJ G 3m cr either of the Indian ll'art in which the United | public that they gnath increased said. steel,

ar Mv of Perry DiviiTain Killer,jntr S. S. Knight States have been enzasecl, or the tf'ar iri/A Great ensbracinj pe-ides a varetj ot oilier material ardat-

--I AFRESH aad for malr- hv Agency ofDH. continue NoticeIS Britain ol 1512, and tj any iefcnption! ct business ticks, generally ot the follow ing character acddrtcrit'tion -
business at hi. old! slird
T. \ViIITE i. CO., Aecnls.Novet FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES.TULMONARY WILL hopes to wait on such of his friends, have hereby given that application will be made to requiring an Asjenf or Att rney at Wa-hii-aton. For :
her 17. 1SJ9. 45 heretofore extended as the Honorable James E. Eronn.e. Judge of Probate procuring Land Warrant, his charge will be 5.- AGRICULTURAL ANDHORTICULTTRALIMFLEMENTS -
I\LSAM, Pect.-ial so liberal
Expeclorar.t, natronipre.promis for Leni In other it will l be to the nature ot{ even variety, tf the most recent
Nails.KE _L piilmonan.. I.inic.knt Pure .ind Medicinal Cod ingthat all hall hatecood arlicl.'sat lair prices. County, Slate ot Florida, on M->r.dav cas-es, proportioned and

? Anwantnd Fa'l 1 IHvei Cut Nails Liver Oil, Anti-Dv tic Mixture NVr'ioe, Vrrrnituse April 2?, ISI'J. 17 thetwei.ty-fir-tdayof Octobir: r.txf.for authority to and. difcculU rl l the case. improved description
,just p--| F'nefcundrtd Plows rf descppficn.
30 -ell the lolIiH-'in teal of lie will also act, in connection with Agents and Attorney every
; estate Andrew F. riiza-
b I received and for sale hvMNGHT Uepurative S\niji. I Heait I Corr-ctor, I fui'r Materials for Tanners Curriersand Cra-s and f res
beth S and Huutio in Florida, who be unployt-d BounfjLand'and
& ORMOND.n. Corrector C-.ujh and Cut: artic PilU.I l Female Pii!-, Bacon, Pork, and Flour. ratio C.,Wither C.Vithers, r iuor heirs of Ho- s other Claims may, on tejm which be Founders embracii-i even article used in their .
dcened may
';.wrr4. ; HVI. 14 Female Sp < i fie, ir., .*cc., u-sed by him ; to wit:
.' unprecetlented ucces, in the treatment coritat.tlyand BACON HAMS. SIDES, AND SHOULDERS, Lots No*. 1,2. and 3, in fractional Section 00, and asreed upon. Lei'irs, (which should be post paid,) including all necessary Tools, &c.,at Mar.utactcrtr'prices.
MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. Me.-- Pork, lot No 2, in fractional Svet'on 21. all in Townsliij will receive irr.nv-dtate at tent ion. .
M EUICA 1)F1'AR [ ENT. Cold*, Coughs, CotisuTiij'tion Scrofula; A. ('., Sept. 11 I. 1550. 35 tf MISCELLANEOUS.-Roller and crnrorn G.n,
ea es. Dyspepsia, skin Diseas, Rtu-nnia- Ji.t received Jack ard C ttnn Truck*, Vhrc1 lam
per Schooner %V. R. Prtlw, and for and State cf Florida Screws ti>re
LmP,11T of LTiure* in Ihi' Institute cont.s.inim.g 30S acres, more or
tim Female Complaint Piles itc
T s sk by J. M. WILLIAMS. less. Notice. row. Road Scraper Hjclranfir Ram Force Pump
will commence on the firM .i Noveciher, and
Dr. Fuel* uneqnalUd Patent'Silver Pla'ed! Abdominal -
.I Ise'% 1S50. Patent Chains to tacilitaie the draw i"t water.
continue tntifthe Ut f February. The Anati. ni- Supporter*; Dr. Fitch's Improved Pa'ent 22 H \MDEX A. WHITE. THE subscriber bavin- fitted up the TANEUY Georzia and French Purr Mill Stunts, CiVine "

cal l Oeprjtment will be nn and remit to receive Steel nrins Shoulder Brace; Dr. FitcL'* Silver In- Pure CAROLINE P.. WIHTK.Guardiars this place known as Baker's Tan>ard, has Catips. rasfeer! aid Rjw tor Farmer* : FlantJti. -
'ffnj jt by the first o'( Oci-iher The) Medical I eparUn baling Tobe. SulphatzofQujnine. Ac.Septem'ier now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER
Mall, Corn ard Sn.m Mills Srriws.MiUIronsritipg
nt'l iUte under t he dtrecti ot theloliowing tjIICsiibcribers have on hand! two hundred and 14lS.3. 3ft 4t for site ; and will have tine COOTS and SHOES! n ,
; Cloth: Ficks. KecdShutr'es! ai.d general
PtOFE'11 !. I fifty ounces, ol Sulphate Quinine,which I hey made to older. He has on hand a superior article rldjiibledsohd
Tin FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES SnJina fur Cotton aud Won'en Manulactrries.
Z. FRETM, M. U I'rofeu'r of AnMomy.R. have oiitaini-d! tinect rom tl.o! Kiaiiulactai>, andthey Notice. NEGRO SHOES lie would here return tIe
on the prevent n n ad cure of Consumption As''lima MILL MACHINERY. TOOLS ic Having
S. Ncwnyx. M f>. Prlrs or of Surgery.H. will warrant it to be -SMpeiior article. \ LL perns having any claims or demands rf his tlu:iks to :the citLens of Ga-l- len a>:d tl.t [
UiieasPi of the Heart, kc., and on the ho! / Icr ari-tus and extensive Machine JUnufict
met ofpre.ers'ing
J. 1uz.cs, M. D., Ptofmor of Tfaeory and Practice We have enlarged our stock of Drus anfi Modi- 4.1. nb4soerrr n.t I tire aifiiii t the estate of the late a.lj liniiri. Counties lr their pat pafroRa, ad s.s ajtetjcy furnish
ili-aith ad old shrbe!! all litres ra
Beauty to > at
an uewe prepaid
of Medicine.V. a-e. cines by recent arrival*,and are prepared execute Robert La-kins, di-cwced, are hfreby leipiestetl to to them that he will continue to mjnuritturether Lea-
book should be in ev r family. To the cl in the hoifest rolic
BVRO Powell., M D Pmfetwr of Phjioogy| > Consumptive orders tar articles in our line, \\ltoltsjleer, utail, present Jie same 10 ats within the tire prescribed fU ots, and Sh it oat the only ttaionallelw The biihe market price at all tImes
relief. paid
PaJhftlozy, MHieralozr n d Gealojy.J points ih e lor on the most accommodating terms. by law, ulkuv.istf the_> will be forever barred. County.' r Q-nncy. H* will t be scUd <*t all times
To mothers, the directions it gie' for S Bides.
KING, M. D.. Pm<(e' or or Msteria Medica. The- ? care and We have also a few account.. yet due to us for I he FRANCES LAKKINS, toe\chai my. of the above arlicU for l>ak Iark, Sheep ins ars soldfctlw
education children are invaluable. All PrrOiceot the Stare received and
peolic, and Medical Jorreprnd aice. "lii.OCMJ copie- year 1S19. They --encralh in small amounts, AdminUtratrix on Ihe estate of R. Larkins. Hide,, crippU-J ne rotwjs or hit a pjpeOCj -.
of this book have passed the .
J.Mitra.x SavDERf, A. M M. D., Professor cfrtierai through press, ar.d the but if the \\ hide could be paid ll.crll}, it would! go August 3, l-O). So. bw GooJ liont aid Shoe uukers, of sieiJy! habits u'zaL & CO,
lie continue* unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch & f. S. &, II. HOYT
and r tOAardjiliijuiditingceitain which have emptcvtaeut.
PhirmacyJ. we can
try sur s owe.
Co. 707 New Yoik and No. 171 stret.tS..cannahGeorZ -
Broadway, by Hay
A. WILSOS. M. D., Profetfor ol Ob lclrics anJ LEWIS fc AMES. NoticeIS w. ii.'e .
: SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE Rtfereitee Me si, PadelftrdF Co ;
< 'y
Thaci of Womn and Children. June 8, 1S"0. 2i ,Febrnar 2. \" 0. 4 lyETNA :
Quincy, Florida.CCJ hereby siven Eiven that at the next session of the )en $low &. Wtbstcr.

CZ.IQVL Lr.CTAE2..tedicineProfra..r Dr Filch** Gaide to Invalids, s r Direction* to General A-sembly ot the State of Florida, application INSURANCE COMPAHY Savannah, AujUyt 3, 155O. 3 >
H. J HCXCE.Surgery. Refrigerators and Meat Safes. ,
person* usinz Dr. Fitch' Le wilt he made f'>r arv act of incorporation! f..rLeoa -
.-P f--* o H. S. NCWTOX- badgrai. T AN'DI.N'O from Hark Lodg-.No. 5.1. O of O. F. HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT.
of all his Agents. "IJewlty,, an assortment Flour, Rice, &c.J .
Z. FREEMAN 51. I> oatanuical Demonstrator.Tfce J-ineir. ISVJ. 23 tiTan JLJ of the abote named articles, f<*>r ale by J. WAYLES fiAKER. &'cretary.J.ilv UtLDING' Stock*, and Cotton in Ware-boa 1rU
US.1.received W. R. Peltfs,
feet for a foil c-vars of Lecture amount tone McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. 20' 1S.'vt 2S Ini 13 insured a'dict la? bv fire. Per
husdrtd and five dolrs.r.Proa'asiekt SHIELDS & GOLD WLRL New Orleans,
Newport June 2''. i.i.New & AMES.Jatunrv .
SI 5. Marticalacri! $5. HAVE just received a large and general' .o.t- NoticeTS : 2o, H-V5. 3 Asenls., Tallaha -ee. Extra St Lcui/ Family Flour,new wheat,

Demonstrator'* Fee $11). Gra1iaion< ry>. nt of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals Goods hereby given t that at the meeting of the nest Leg- Superfine 'S **

Those desiring luriber infnakn il! Itue d. Paints, Oils, and Dye Stufis, which the will e1 l' i. i latureol the State of Florida, application mil Garden Seeds. Carolina Rice, Star Candles.
dret their letterf (pot paid) to the Dean : and to- on the n-rtt reasonable term* lor ca.h r.r approved Per LleweUyn" frcm New-Tort. Assorted Candy, Chew in Tobacco,
be made the charter
for of
by to
a Company sraiit a
dents arrivia i ia the will rail credit. Personswikhinggeuuineunadulterated TESTSPERMOIL 20 Hide LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS IV.nble rectified %Vhiskev.
; city plrue or run med- kegs and i kegs make! the Waci and Ocilla Rivers from A
* the Commercial Hotel. R S. NEWTON. idte,., will do well to call and examine their tock .1) \Vhalc do 1'owder, the mouth of the Ocilla to the head waters of the just received from the celebrated carden of O Shoes, Caps; &.c for ale cheap by
Dean ofltit faculty. fore purch *ing elsewhere. '4 Lard do 20 Oz. Sup. Sulp.Qumine, R. Garretson, on Long Island. For sale by Auust 21 1, 1*50. 33 A. E. HOC

S LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. Qiincy. June 15. 1S.VJ. 21 I han LinsctH do Endish Calomel, LEWIS & AMES. --
JetTer Jammv 5. 1 0. 52
> Family
E. W. M. Ki>c, rjfer *f theory ani i
ice of Law. 1 A EUSHELScfPEASforbaleby! ". do (in bodies) Sal Si. la, Potash, Notice. Notice.A A FRESH supply ot Sugar,, Spices/1.inerMt

JOHN DcLArtct-D, E-j., I'rofepfor cf CotrriercialJurisprudenre. 1\J Olive Oil French &. English Mustard &.C., just received per Laura Jane,arid trsaTe
S. S. KNIGHT. hat in* claim*or demands again the
Tanner's do Allspice, Pepper, Ginger, ALL persons : LL persons ha*ing demands against the estate of by McNAUGHT &. ORMOD.Newnort. -
June22.2S30. ol Tho. Heir late ol' Jetk-rs-on
24 County,
Tcnus-$50 ner Setsion. Sweet do Indigo, Alum, S.iltletre, Oscar Fillya., dec'd late of Gadsden County, August 24,1S50. 33
deceased the
will them
lo undersigned within
t All communicalioiK pettainii-c to t hii department Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines Furniture Vari.ih, Writ ing I nks,& s'd.brands the time present Florida,are hereby called upon to present the same
prescribed by law, otherwise this'noticewill
must be addressed to C- W. M. KING, Esq. Coach do D-illev's Pain Extractor, to me without delay; and notice is hereby given to Notice.
COMPRISING his Expectorant, Hair Tonic Al 30 kegs No 1 Ac Wht be plead.' In bar thereof; and all persons indebted all creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to distribution
Memphis, Ttnn., Feb. 25, ISo. pure Saleratus, Borax, claims the t''e0t'
Dye, Carmiuitire Balsam, Tonic Lead, will please make immediate pavrnent.W. of said esjte, that their claims nil! be barred ALL persons having against
Vermifuge Sanative IMU,and Ague Pills, for sale bv Turkey Opium, S. D1LWORTH, Adm'r. Ifdcortb. late of Leon Couaty. j
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities moral 100 baa'i assorted Shot, Ma c. Nutrncgs. (according to the proisionscf the statute in undersign
SHIELDS i GOLDWIRE, Jefferson CuuntvSept. 14l"i(). 2S Sw ed. are notified! to present them to the
Per such ca'e made and provided,) unless exhibited t t. me
worth and professionible acquirement will compare June 15, 1850. 23 UJin Quincv. Fla. same Vessel, within the time prescribed by lawor this notice11
with the distinguished in A few barrels Northern Flour brands within two years from this date. *
favorably cur country. fancy Notice. be plead in bar, and ill indebted to
The Medical faculty constitutes an anomaly' in this T\r. P. I'ovaiciit1's Saraparigij Also, a few superior Cross Cut and Mill Saws. JAMES FILLYAW will make immediate .
_I._, Pr. Sands' do.Dr. 1 months fr-im date, t the undersigned Execute Executor cflast will and testament. late pat ment.G.
other country-all of them are able lecturers Per W. R. Pettes" from SIX
or any New Orleans C. S. JOHNSON Administrator.
Woods flu.Dr. the laqi will and testament ol Uz Williams, Sttyember ", ISoO. 35 Sw ,
and the best t teachers. Bacon
llul's do.Dr. Sides, Rice, Lad, deceased, late nf Gadsden County, v.iltapply to the A-icnst 2-i, 1SO. 33
Those who will contemplate our peopraphical "
po- Co.nstock's do. Shoulders, Flour, Judge of Probate of said County: (or a final discharge Bacon Flour &.c.
ion, and the extent of our population can have no him,, Molasses Attention, Planters.
and settlement from sjid
Jjnbt as totherllegibilily ofourbituation for an en- Dr. Cotnlock8 Pain Extractor. Mess Pork, up received per Schr. \.". R. Pette from New HAVE j'i't received Brig tvilla,
Sugar. SAMUEL WOODUURY. Executor. JUST per
.erpriC of the kin $. As to health, including all seasons For sale by SHIELDS fc GOLDWIRE. I PLOWS. C.U w
June 15. 1S.Q. 23 ttJan Quinr-y. Fla. ON HAND Gad-den Count, September 01! 1'.O. m fm
of the year, we deny that ANT OTHER CITE Gin Band Leather, Oil Carpet & Kubbi Cloth Clear Bacon. Sides, examine for your.eIvcs.

HAS MORE. New Books. Lining Skins, Notice. Shooker, JAMES B. GAMBLE;

I A common relative error to the exists place in the of studying rnindt of medicine tniny students -; A FINE teleclion of the Novels ol the day, together tip and Calf do. for carriages.For sale by&c. Ix mcftths after date, the undersigned, Administrators Rio Sugar Coffee Cured Hams, Anut 10. mSO. 31 ....-

with many other, such as Drure*' Life J M. WILLIAMS. I. of the late Robert FUher, will Present ,
those who intend practicing anon the diseases of White Wine Vinegar Notice
and Travels, llutnboldt Travels Rambler June 29,1550. and voucher the ,
in Mexico 25 their final account Judge nf Leon '
educate thetn-
should theCe3
the Westand Sauth certainly Los Gringos, &.c., for sale LyMcNAUGHT Probate Court,and oak fur a discharge from said estale. No. 1 Mackerel, I hereby given that at tie rest sessk" of
selves at atcbool.whfwe Faculty are practically ac- Leaf Lard, FIorids.3PPul0dwillbe
& ORMOND. Blacksmithing era! Assembly of the State of
,i nuitnted with those diseases. Newport April 13. Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri Mills, made fur act ol incorpciation "* 'j
JS50 IISaratogiVater. n* HEunderi R W. FISHER ) an ,
That the public' may be Jt'ufied r>f the permanancy ned respectfully informs \v,. E. FlSHER,5AlmrsNotice. Colgate Soap, for sale by pcse of construct ins; a Plank Road (rem AU,

t of this; school, we eel it our duly to flute, that ... J. the public generally that, Iiaxing July 2(). fcr;') 2 July t7, ISIY. 29 A E HOC. Columbia Coiintv, to some point *n the St. J B

the Trustees and Faculty forma UNIT in action. 9 n. DOZEN (quart) Congress Water, just received >mplojeda superior Horse Sheer, he is St. .Marj's River' JAMES S. J0>
which insure well for its future *ucce ii; and that .q.d'f and for sale byMcNAUGHT now prepared to execute ail woik in that line in a At New York Cost President of the Meetilif-

i the peculiar internal orginirat \>Inch connects & ORMOND. superior manner, and on usual terms. m.nths after date, we shall apply to the O N hand ansi for ale at New Yoik erst, two doZen Augn 10. I N50. 3t __-

U them, cannot be interrupted. Newport, April 13. ISO 14 June2ti5O. 25 F. PAYNE. SIX Jud e of Probate in and l for Renton SILK MANTILLAS for Fall wear. These
if g
EM. W. KINO. NoticeIS
Quincy Male and Female Academy County,for a diiclurze from any further administra splendid articles were bought of STEWART, the great I

President of the Fatuity.M THE Januaiy th. The recond WSMOII t tied on Ihe estate of Charles Lain;,deceased,late of Broadway importer and wholesale- dealer.S. hereby given, that application will le ;
.' will commence Junetith. Students may enter at Benton County, SoUth Florida.C. the General AsemnbtyoI

Plow Iron. anytime during Ihe year, and, after the second week r11IE subscriber being desirous of CLOSING his T. JENKINS, ) Aoeust31,1550. 31 its next sfs'iCfl, for acts ol incorporation wj

( N sorfmenl ol wide Iron, 9, 9, *nd 10 inehei of the session they will Le charged only frotn the I MERCANTILE BUSINEss in this city will J. P.. ALLEN, }'tum "* roads from the city rf Tallahassee, one to

A. ,"tillable for Plown, received my per Schooner lime ol entering. Hoard may be had at prices vary oiler for sale at t COST his entire STOCIv of GOODS June 2-2, 1 550. 51 firr> Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c. yule and Mortit'! to QuincyandcIb0pOint

.( A bell, and for vale by ing from $* to $10 per month. For further particulars consisting of all kinds, both FANCY and STAPLE flAGGING, pieces ad half pieces. on the St. Marks river. ..

w llcNAUGHT & ORMOND. see printed catalogue, which may be obtained DRY GOODS, Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Notice.SIX .1.) d > Twine. Tallahassee. Augusl 10. 'SO. Sra JA

Newport. March 0. I'O. by upplirition lo N. II. STEWART, Shoes, Hardware, Groceries, and all other Goods Months after the dale of ibis notice, I sill Rope, Cann:>bi> lndC*

Jan. ?(*. l&W) n 1 Principal. usually kept on hand for sale! in this market MER ray vouchers and account to the Hon Bacon Sides aadxHarn., Icoliolic Extract ria r
Garden Seeds.AFHBSII CHANTS, PLANTERS, and FAMILIES Lard and Floor wheat 2Collodion or Liquid Adhesive
% desirous Judge of Probile for Leon County, for a final settlement new ,
supply ot! 0 rden Setsls, suitable for Mackerel. of purchasing, would do well to call, and examine and discharge from the Elate of Dr. I. D Alltim end Ground Alum Salt, Philotoken, Nermine, P0lLY '

4 l received and IWsule by NOS. 1 and 2 in bbls., i hbls.! ant i l.hl.. for hit slock *(as it is entirely new,) before purcha.ingelsewhere. Newton, late of said Cunniy.dr-rensed. Table Salt. 'Fcr sale by Nerve and *IJ Linimert-SHIELDS & GOLbVIR'

; g.ra."MfNAUn1T| frj oilMOND by S. S KNIGHT S. F. KUR.VEY. PATRICK SMITH-Adrr/r.! D. C. WILSON. tIJan

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