; apathy, and (tvail
>•# the. North of her
l she will soon res-
! lias lost.’’ " •
, bie who ere denounciag the Texas
untftrj end New Mexico Territorial Bill
PPhyKt 1 * to recollect one tfflkg|*whicb
MJ Jtr WiKhll; or Ignorantly ('we know
: ' is bad enough either way,,)
U actuaUy repeals the Wilmot
which was inserted in the Texes
annexation resolution. By the resolutions
annexing Texes it was provided that slavery,
iluntary servitude, should never exist
territory belonging to Texas north of
■ 36. 30. This provision is expressly repeal
ed, annulled, end mode void, by the Texas
andNew Mexico Territorial Bill, in express
ly declaring that the territory, or any part of
Cwhen hereafter admitted into the Union
as a State, shall be admitted with or without
__ constitution thereof may pre
cribe at the time of admission. The terri-
iry. of New Mexico, as formed by the bill,
facnorth of 36. 30. It goes to 38.
from'atlthe intervening scope of ter-
the Wilmot Proviso, which had been
,-onJiy a Southern Yjemocratie President
' Democratic Congress, is taken off
the' administration of a Northern
But this is not nil. The,Utah Territorial
1 Bill also expressly declares that that territory,
or any part of it, when it shal^ hereafter be
admitted as a State, shall be admitted wi'h
reqt.es the constitution thero-
the time of admission.
I South as wi
Buid have hew gtveS^HJ tymk l*
^jie counsels of the Notdiilra^
Southern disunionists had pro-
r the Nashville Convention line of
t adopted.—Afaeo i Republican.
: Names of Persons to act as the
^ittee of Arrangements at the Kingston
on the 8th of November next:
.—John Johnson, John Skin-
W Eve, George W. Hanson,
Col. Beardin, M. C. Martin,
nith, John Metcalf, John Halson-
ard Ware, L. Barnett, John Gridin,
i,*’ills, Thomas Price, Gideon Robin-
^ iniah M’Carver, James Berryhill,
'iens, Thomas Lumpkin,
amuel Woodruff, Willis
Farmer, Jesee New, Eze-
. Omberg, Dr. J.-R. Smith,
James Perkins,. William
erdery, Jobo Rogers, Will-
ames Ellis, John Townsend,
' ;,C. S. Shields!
—Martin Kellet, Major
S. Fineley, Charles
imery, Henry Wooten,
mac Smith, \Vm. Mc-
Laurcncc, Dr. G. M. Mat-
John Henry, Franklin
. Reese McGrigor, Beaj.
John C. Deuet Dr. Joel
M. Morgan, Ed. Chis-
, ■j’homas Chisolm, Mnr-
Cambcll, Dean McGrigor,
l6y, Thomas . Sparks, William
^Joseph J. Printup, A' T.
Inbotham, Thomas Byrd,
*, Howell, Elijah Dillard,
!, James Sbellnut, Abraham
ils, Alexander Stroup,*
|Wyly; Miller Irwin, Rico
i FwBrown, Abdn John-
, R. O. Woro.C. Dodd,
Hntely, 8, w Cochran,
Joseph Smith Isaac
l Allen Dykes, *V. L.
illips, William Eurp, Joseph
stitutionalrights”; then “wo stand ready to
vindicate tltRli.i^|<Jiri¥i,jft^Kji|g» r 'lo»^
out of the Union when we
are left too'dAti 1 aherMtite^
This Platform, ihehMiWhtjf
only asPa last retnr/. : ~-Tht frleods of the
Union will “take tho cup” only when
“cannot pass”—they will make the sacrifice,
only when It is necessary to accomplish
some great, ulterior good. We ere not sup-
rised that such a Platform should meet with
the universal approbation of all the true
friends of the Union et the South. VVe are
not surprised that it should excite the exe
crations of those who seek to excite bloodshed
and civil war. We are not surprised that it
should be assaulted by bad men, by unprinci
pled men, by men who would deny their
Lord and Master, ns they have already de
nied their country and their kin. We say
we are not surprised at these things. They
areas natural and as necessary as the con
nection between cause and effect.
The friends of law, of order, of the Union
as it is, however, will not be deceived by
any such clamour. They kuow the treason
is abroad—that the cloven foot of “disunion
for existing causes” has heen exhibited, and
that the men who are attempting to conceal
it, are insincere and dishonest—that they
have ulterior purposes in view, and arc only
seeking to obtaiu power under false preten
ces, in order that they may use it to the des
truction of the Republic. Such men can
not, they must not, be allowed to slide iBto
the Convention. Their very want of candor,
should teach the people that they arc not
worthy of the important trusts sought to be
confided to their hands. The friends of tho
Union, then, are wise whoa they adopt a
platform which declares that “they will
no candidalo for a seat in said Oon-
publicly and unequivo-
5 pose every mid
^ Cither direct-
ly or indirecllyjto a^dlttolulion* of the
The time for action has come. The line
must be drawn. Those who are not wholly
for the Union, are against it; and whether
friends or foe, must Ub treated accordingly.
Let the people, then, not only adopt the
Union Platform, but adhere strictly to its
principles and provisions. Do this, and the
Republic will bo saved, and all will be well.
The Fugitive Slave excitement at Detroit,
of which we had some accounts by telegraph,
a day or two since is thus further referred to,
in a letter to the Buffalo' Courier, from the
scene of tho disturbance :
Tho negro Rose claimed to he a runaway
is now safely lodged in jail, and is guarded
during the night by (ho Scott Guards, Gray
son Light Guard*, and a company of U. S.
soldiers, stationed here. Timo was given by
the Commissioner for IBs nigrtf
Oincinnatti to obtain his free pspers, which
he stys are deposited there.
Wo doubt, however, from what wo can
learn, whether such papers can ha produced.
He was several years since allowed by his
owner to come North with the privilege of
purchasing his liberty by the annual payment
of $100 per year. The first payment was
made and the negro since never heard from.
We gather this information from one con
versant with tho affair. Next week ho will
doubtless be taken from here in custody of
tho Marshal to Tennessee. We should not
bo surprised to witness some disturbance on
bis departure, os the colored population are
highly incensed, led on by n few political arrives, an
IFrom tl.o Mobile Dally Advertiser.)
' Paui.dixg, Mos , Oct 3, 1S50.
Dear Sir: Gov. Quitman ha, issued his
ilior. envening the Legislature oil
November. Many of his friends y’ r l
lUta.will no doubt be astonished to
learn that, in defieneo ofpublic opinion, and
in utter contempt for the repose and tranquil
ity of tho country, so ardently desired by
her thinking of all parties, lie has sera*
to increase further agitation upon tho
of “Southern rights.” Iodeea, come
of hi* friend* have already expressed do-
jjjjjittrbpjMriitfon to tbiajgflrdnjgnis^sndi
the fact cannot be 0 _
of Miaaiasippi will not sustain ua viawa.'
'll was hoped that the constant cry of “the
North.” “tho North,” would be succeeded
by something ol more practical importance,
now that the questions of agitation and caus
es ofirritaticu were passed upon by the leg
itimate tribunals. But no—we must be still
assailed by opprobious epithets from Nor
thern men ana foreigners who are in office,
and at the head of rabid political presses at the
South, who w-ish to evince (here love to
Southern insiitutiona by continually abusing
those of of the South who were born and
bred here, and who do not see fit to endorse
(here ultra views. Gen. Q. is a Northern,
man, and as such not the less patriotic.
But it surely sounds bad|y for him—a native
of that land he so vociferously a^ttes—to
indirectly tell the people who have been born
and bred here that they do not know their
rights, and that our Legislature can . repeal
the laws of Congress, or we‘ can avenge onr
wrongs—real or imaginary—by revolution.
He should kuow that the people of this State
do not wish further excitement or ngitation.
For it is a fact that, since the passage of
these hills by Congress, there has not been
one largo meeting held to express views
against these bills. But on the contrary,
the largest meeting ever held in Adams
connty was held at Natchez, and the' action
of Congress fully endorsed, and the course
of Senator Foote sustained. Gen. Q. has
always been a Nullifier—if he is not grossly
misrepresented. If “Old Hickory” were
now alive, it would require but to know his
determination, if he was President, to quiet
the vaporing of certain politicians.
I would cast no disrespect upon our Gov
ernor, or any one else who honestly enter
tains disunion views. I fear, however, all
this egitatiun is
“A faction's phrase by cunning caught and spread
That guilt might reign, and wolves and worms be
Casdus, Box ....
CoVxa*. Java, 8nck...... «...
Cos .V ....
Corn Mrai ....
Cokuaqk, Bale Rope,
Fish, Mackerel, No 7 per bid....
Hides, Green, lb,...
Ibon, Swede ,V„
Mousses bill hr gal. W. I
Naiia, Keg, lb....
Saws, Liverpool per Sack ....
’ do do bushel,
tr box >
A Washington letter to the Baltimore
Sun says :—“The burdens of State affairs
bear lightly on Mr- Fillmore. He has
enough to do, but finds time for every thing.
He is calm and self-possessed, and disposes
of matters of State with promptness, intelli
gence, and a single eye to the welfare of the
Pidoeon Roost.—There is an immense
Pigeon Roost about a mile and a half north
west of this village, where millions of pig
eons do nightly congregate, whoso roaring
is like the noise of many waters, and is heard
at a great distance. Scores of sportsmen
visit ihe grounds nightly with clubs* and
guns, and hear away hundreds of dozens of
, . , Fuller, Whig, has been elected to Congress
The JntMiro* Estate.—Sir.-
Jennings, of Fayetteville, N. <
of the famous-Jennings estate,
looking for an heir for some years, has gone
to England to proscule his claim.
Picture of Washinoton for the Cal-
i form a Senate.—This celebrated work of
art painted by Miss Stuart, from the origin
al by her father, the celebrated Gilbert
Stuart, has arrived in Now York city, and
is to bo forwarded ns soon as appropriately
framed, to its destination. The picture was
not purchased, as reported in some of the
papers ; but on amount was advanced upon
it by some gentleman from California, who
send it at their own risk—tho amount of pur
chase money is to be decided'upon t^j^l
id remitted to Mias Stuart. ’
eldest daughter of Charles Hcbbs of the pen
aion office, was accidentally wounded in the
left breast by n bullet from a pistol in the
hands of Wilson Brown, an estimable
young man, who was at the time on a visit
to the house of Mr. Hebbs. They were
standing together in the front door, when
she playfully pushed (he door against him,
when the pistol was accidentally discharged,
the bullet passing through the door and en
tering her breast. Had it not have thus spent
ils force it must have proved fatal,
bullet has since been extracted, aud the Indy
is doing well.
Tho eldest of tho brothers Montesquieu
has beenjtardoncd by the Governor of Mis
souri. He is evidently n lunatic. In the
case of the younger brother, it is believed
that a nolle prosequi will be entered, at it is
supposed he had no hand in the murder.
.. - put on their
winter drees, and yesterday they towered
above the Western horizon, like vest snow
, contrasting finely with the 'ireny-cot-
Imnel foliage of the woods in that
. New Yoex.—The National Whig Con-
I volition of New Yorlfa composed of whig* in
l &vor of sustaining the administration and
darn from the
ity. This makes the delegation stand fifteen
Democrnles to nine Whigs.
Boundary between Missouri and Iowa.
—Tho Commissioners ppointed by th o
proper authorities of Iowa'and Missouri to
run the line of boundary between thn two
States have finished their labors and prepared
their repoii, to be presented to their respec
tive Governments. They were engaged
four monthis in running the lino.
Peaches. The New York peach trade has
virtually closed for the year, although a fow
peaches still reuuun in the market. Tho
total number of baskets sent to Now York
from New Jersey, siuco the 22d of August,
amounts to 1,338,009. Thirteen steamers
employed during the whole season in con
veying these to New York.
Mr. Casey, of Natchez, has the largest
grape vine in the United States. The fruit
gctiiered from it is estimated to weigh one
ton. Mr. Casey has refused $500 for the
vine, the grape of which produces a wine
resembling hock.—Attala Democrat,
A Wreck.—The N. O. Bulletin on Mon
day last ray*: *' iptain Bennett; of the ship
Indiana. «x.vi« yesterday in ten difyt from j
New York, report* that on the 7th
JAMglfjk m. in laUlode 23 34,
Cnuhed, ........ n _
Clarified,. il a
Wool, Haw, 2;» a
Rolls. 33 u
To the Friends of Medical Beform.
T HE oft and repeated calls to visit patients at a dis
tance in the country, has induced the subscriber to
unite with him in the practice of medicine, l)r. H. B.
HANSOM, Jate of Monroe, Walton connty, Georgia,
whose qualifications arc of the first order, hav
ing nracticrd for aeveral years wilh flattering aucccsa
in Middle Georgia, where his reputation as a prac
titioner, ia beat known and appreciated.
I will also take thit method of returning my meat
grateful acknowledgement* to my patterns for past
favors, and still solicit a continuance of the fame.
In connection with the above named gentleman, I t Wi!l
be prepared at all times to attend to calls in reasona
ble di>tance, and when necessary, the services of both
will be tendered in consultation without additional
charge. D. 8. JONES.
Rome, Ga:, October 21, 1850. tf
23d District—3d Section.
A LL persons ore notified not to purchase No. 50,
23d district, 3d section, as it is my property,«nd
has been for years past. Beware of swindlers !
Jeflerson county, Ga., Oct. 9J.
P. a CONNELLY.
HOPKINS, HUDSON & CO.
Office Frazer's Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
T HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform their
friends and the public, that they have openeiffti
Olilce in tho City of Charleston, 8. C., for a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
Particular attention will given to the sale ofCottoni'
and nil other Country Produec, purchase of Merchan
dize, and Receiving and Forwarding Good*. Tbs
customary cash advances and facilities will fco afford
[on. a F. *inTia!toM|i.t»TON,, or
' ■ *> VWa «r«ixu, cu,
iron w. u. UNDERWOOD. Roll*. OA.
July IS.-.SM W,t, ' ,A>l
- -1 *)
DM DISK WOOD As KTANOlMiR ‘
attorneys at. la
WILL practice in (lie Cherolccs Circa.. .
prone Court orkniil 8utte, and in the ad
counties ol Alulmmn. Oct. 1Q^.
TIION. C. IllNUMAX, JI.’JY, ~
AT TOR NE 1 AT LAW,
Will ullend tho Court* in tho Seventh Judicial
Circuit of the Statool Misxiwippl, All profe»Aloit-
ul burincA. confided to hi* innnugunieut shall w
ceive strict attention. May 9,1S50
N. J. OIUDIIHO,’
DRAPER and tailor,
Rrood Strcect... r .RojM$ OtC
October 10, IS50.
o. W. IS 12 A X* I***
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broad Street Rome, Gai
Oi'tobcr 10, 1350.
W. ( TRSIIUNR LI.IIUIW?
TERUI NE A PBBKI.V8,
ATTORNEYS A TJftL A W,
Rome, Georgia. -Rfe
BUSINESS entrusted to thcireiro In nny of the
Countica of the Cherokee Circuit, or in the Supreme
Court, will meet with prompt intention. Tiieypnic
lice nl*o, in the Countiee of Cherokee mid Benton
la the Suite of Alabama.
October 19, 1850.
Pulmoimry Linltnenr, ll im.ir^t .
Pure mid Medicinal C, 1 l,iv, « ( u’
AHti.Dy.pupUc.MiRture, Cough and < imu.
Nervine, - . . p,,,.,
W-rinllhjpv, ' .l. Fern Sp.-.-iliv, Arc ,
l«M by him eni„ti,mly mid Wilh nnpri-e.-d.-nted
euecc*. iirlhe IrtMiineui of if, .
Coughs, Colds, CoZmniym^Atthma, Heart
Diseases, Dusp U ,,^i^F n if„h, Ski,,
Diseases, /thcuinattif^Fcmalc Com*
plaints, Pilule., fyc.
DR. FITCH'S UNEQUALLED' PATENT SB.
jVEIt PLATED ABDOMINAL:SUPPORTERS.
DR. PITCH'S.. IMPROVED PLATED
SPRING SHOULDER BRACE.
DR. FITCH'S SILVKit INHALING Tu6e. .
Dr* Pll«U»* Vulobrntcd Six Eicctii t o-.
i ON TRR PREVRXTION ANO CCKE-ES ' '
Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart,
Ip., andonthe methed ff presorting Health
and Beauty to an otd age. *
Tbi* Book *ho«ld be Jn avsrjf" fetnlhf;-?To tba
Conaimintivo It polnu out tbs only rnsouabU bona
for relief. To mother*, the direction* It stve* lor
tbe caro and edticatlon of Children nro mvRlrabtt.
78,009 copie* of till* Book ha vo pnrsed through the
pro**, and the «aloenj|flitt«1( nn*biitrd.
For »nlH liy & 8. FITCH Is CO..'
707 Bromlwuy, N, Y„ anil by
_ „ „ J- D. DICKE1ISON. Rome, 6a.
to* Do. FiTcit’a Obidr to Irvalior, or Directions
to perron* u.lng Dr. Fftoh's Rcmnlle*, to be hail.
gmtit, of all III* Agenu.
ToBuildcrso f Cot to n M111 s
J. n. DICKEBIOS,
W1IOLKSAUE AND DETAIL SEALED IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-
STUFFS, PEllFUMERy, dec..'
October 10,1850. Broad Stmt.
A. D. KINO & CO.
COTTO V GIN MANUFACTURE *iS
May 9. 1850.
FASHIONABLE TA iLOH,
Broad Street.^.. Jlomt, Georgia,
a feel* confident of hi* ability, to pleoro all who
- . . *- ^in^iejge, hlmrolf
JOHN J- CORE
October 8j, 1850.
O N the South Side of Broad from Etnirth to n—-
tanaulatStreet*. Inclusive, pera.jns owning Lot.
of Land along the line of Pavement us above speci
fied, ore hereby notified, that the assessment ha* been
duly made out, approved by Council, nndlclt nt ibis
oiline, (City Council Room) for colleclion. T’l.- Col
lector now give* notice to the parties to come forward
und poy the assessment between this and the »ixUt
day of November neat, 1850, nfier which, executions
will l>e issued against defaulters n* provided lor in tax
colleclion*. SAMUEL STEWART, Collector,
J. D. DICKERSON, Miyor C R.
October 9-1.1850. St
To Officers and Soldiers of tho War with Hex-
-ico, the "War of 1812 with Great Britain, or
B Y recent act of Congress yon arc allowed boun
ty Inn- '
cessnry, you can obtain wnrrunl* for entering
your lends, ttnd'procuro tho bounty money whenov
or nllotveil, by apnlicntlon to
DANIEL S. PRINTUP,
Attorney at Law, Rome, Ga.
October 17, 1850. lint
ty land* *nd money in proportion to the tin e
rendered in any of the nbovo named
lie undcitigned having nil the form* nc
NEW- Y0RK STORE.
J UST RECEIVED,^ caacesuperiormoleftkIn hata
from llio inanufacinry of “Uenln,” Now York.
These arc tho flneat moleskin bats that can possi
bly be made and warranted »uptrio> to any thing of
the kind ever offered in Romo, Wo nl«o offer Ran
kin, Duryer Se Co 1 * hats at reduced price*—not war
ranted. 10 piece* P ranch blnck and olive cloths,
from 91 50 up. 15 pieces black doe “kin, fancy
and French black coMed casslmeres, at great bar
gains—also, shirts, gloves, suspenders, handker
chief*, &c., &c., to which we invite the attention of
♦.he gentlemen of Rome.
N. B. A few dozen mareno and silk shirts*
October 17, 1850 DENNIS & HUNT*
-f AAfb PIECES Print* of Into patera nod
IjUUU »ttlc»—many of which ate of fix *
cat English and French nmnufactaro. 300 pi
•“ sdnxxU, ot ne —-
Worsted- , _ ,_
' lain—consisting of eastiXsiets, ,
uiuiitst woburg cloths, marenos, alpaccs*.
20 pieces rich figured and biack silks | also a wide
black silk for raauliHos, with on assortment of silk
locef and fringe. 4 es bonnet*, trimmed and
made tn the very late* New Yotk
a vwy rieh article and wstt w«
Indie*. 60sni*t#nea|t wove
with the tit.
... . itxtuUMi in iionm.,....
a liberal share ot the public pain
ipg no risk Incur red on this purl of,*,he \
a my shop until si
AN Experienced Millwrigl,t and practical Mo-
XL clinnic and Arobitcot, who liai built MlRs ol
yurlqtn description*, and particularly COTTON
ILLS to be driven by Steam et Water power,
ould contract to execute work of Ibis description
in the very best manner,and will furnish ntUfiio-
t«y testfiflutiinls. He prafan to live in a.Soiithem
climate, and will tie glad to recolve propositions in
the nbovo line:- . 11
Adilrer* « HANCOCK,” caraofV.
Newspaper Agent, Np. 8.,Conger*1
: . further infiwit
Jb-ston, July II, 1850.
C’OSKERY JAAfiS & CO.
uag»tmcut »lu.U leuvu t
P Rb flfif 8 TjQ RsC
r ». Ct. WELLS
KEEPS CONSTANTA Y FOR SALE FA MU, Y
GROCERIES, BACON HAMS, IVOOL
ROLLS AND FF.A TUERS.
A few young men can bo nceommndnted with
Boarding. VERANDA HOUSE,
April 35, 1850, Rome, Depot Spun,
Warehouse & Coiniulssion:
..-v a --t -Auqo^raHBH
mHE gpd-rifenBfftoiwMklfor tho liberal
^L ^ilronage of the pant season, agnin ien-
dtim their services to their Moods and tho
n^le,'tt> aImmIo olfkNtoa tutd atfier Pro
duce, nt their Fire Proof Warehouse on
tion will he ffren In nil business entrusted to
cni, and iiltUK^ Ou*h ntlvauvcs made
Produce wliert t»«l- Or-iev-for Ba
Hop* and family *u';;piie*, caacuta
\owewt market price. — -
a. o. JAr
Augusta, Sept. 13, 1850.
MRS. MARY CHOICE
Formerly of Dithlonega, has takers charge of the
MEW HOTEL, and nmda cxtenslvo preparations
for die comfort and convenience of thoro who may
favor her wilb n call. From her - long experience,
she confidently hope, to give entire satisfaction to
transient Visitor* and Permanent Bonnier*.
September 0, 1850. 48 12m
09r> Persons will be carried to- and from
tho Depot to tho Hotel, free of charge.
FALL AND WIKTI5B GOODS.
N. J. OMBERG,
AS aow on hand a well selected stock ot Clotlis,
Cassimcrcs and Vestings, of every shade and
the ' ‘ ‘ l
To Sontbern and Western - '
Hardware, Cutlery, Guts, Pistols, ice.
an now receiving nn rxtiBr artv stock ev
roaaio.v ago domxstic iMBDW.aaj the disaa-
fire Oftheapui Mny having (e/i M» without any
OMde on hand. .
Qnr Stock willconiprfao cvety variety of Hats.
WAl» ada; ted to thei ^ittbcm and,'Vtatera Trade,
and nn assortment ofitivi.es and Ot'aauiisnrpaMetL -
Our ForeignOoodshave nil been ImpMrMnWpi
nnd tlte Domestic purehnsed upon the moat ttdvttn-
"— * foi Ca*b; and Rom our long
confident that, ere can do a,-
letut RW our customers a* any other House,
vile all Mmchsms visiting thnrlwtsn to c
examine our Stock -it No. 7, HuyUe Btreel, next to
I’- SI. Cohen Is Co., Dntgalsl*. _
COURTNEY & TENNENT r '
No. 7, Ha'rai 8-raaitx, Charleston, 8. C,
(mi ZJ l/ORJ IrOvV XOfRj WMIHUM Ifftlr, OOd |Of •• • »>y -
color, together with every other article usually kept
in r.u establishment of this kind. Thcro goods
hnve been K-Iccted by himself in New York, with
great cute nnd pnrticulnr reference to the prevail
ing Fashion,- Ho is also prepared to mannlho-
ture clothing inn manner and stylo not to be am-
muted In our largest and most fashionable cities. :
October 10,185(. .■.'WSm
A BEAUTIFUL rc*ldence .
of Romo, recently occupied 1
Wright, Esq. There i* on the premix
of twelve and a half mere* of land, n
Dwelling Houro, Kitchen, &c.
bnnhhy nnd romantic. Perron* ,
chasing property in or peer Rome, would do tvt
to exam I ne ft. Tctma moderate, ] A p pi v i o
t* OSS-IT*I9W. ALEXANDER.
1000 LIVES SAVED
Bf bavins g«»<l 1lou*c».
Pan'ncll door*. Il'inil-iw SO*) nn-I Biicd*.