£u9Sli 'ui'(>|>iiiirife calculated to estran
Rearts of' hi^Wuntryn.en from love to the
and in his own, there is no place
f where n feeling of devotion and attachment
. to his country finds n lodgment. Alas!—
the degeneracy of the tunes.
A True Picture.—A correspondent of
tone of our southern exchanges thus daguer
reotypes tho noisy squads of disunionists over
'ILe South:—Tits. Mon.
^. The course pursued by a few raving fanat-
ites in the South, since the admission of Cal-
Hbrdia, exhibits a deplorable caricature of a
umber pf chivalrous and hot-headed mad-
, mounted upon tall stilts, brandishing
■ hot pokers, which while burning
■ aM*eir own fingers, are in danger of hurting
jjjbir friends, especially when they topple
down among tho rabble before tho pokers
have time to cool! Were these disunionist-
■ secessionist-fire-eaters, residing any where
• '%Prlh of Virginia, not the shadow of a doubt
a* can be entertained, that every man of them
g- 'wouldeclipse Seward, Hale and W'inthrop,
jn their recognition of thethimera which al
leges the existence of a “class of political nl>-
> ligations above and beyond the constitution.’’
he writer happens to know several of the
st prominent of the agitators in Carolina,
gia, Alabama, and Mississippi, persoual-
; and, although he has cherished much re-
' Vsome of them, he kuows them ull
ous of personal distinction, and that
them pertain to that restless class of
s men who have no existence but
[ieht—lho “rule or ruin’’ men, who
y,“rule ill hell Ilian serve in Itea-
-who, if Catholics, would hang all
pponents in matters of religious faith
VPrOtestantr, would in like manner
o, by fire nr.d swoid, all who dur-
r in opinion with them. In other
G*r* unmitigated aristocrats of
nnd intolerant sect—who,
fates or incumbents, arc always be-
i people, and have arrived at the flat-
nplacency of sentiment that the
Bf-governmenl nmong our free peo-
L make good progress, except they
; rejns anddothe driving^
lltTOfi* i’* 1A ’ IITV -—Cove!nor Co-
lj | Aatl.«iy Quitmab—by the grace
1 of the war with Mexico, Gov-
imrr.ander-ia-chief of the Army
the State of Miwisaippi, “in
Forth year of the independence
has prbleuned to the people of
t if they do not (tend up to
iSngconteat between him
f guard of fire-eaters, on the
am end the “rest of
E^be, the »nid Gov.
lc an’ astounding blow to the
kueippi, and we euppoee that,
B Quitman eboutd reuign,
g to risk all the coMtqoen-
ril wer, fcc.— Tutcehota
der of ilishflnSMdhi's appointments,
Proclamatijn nv the President
eign Discriminatino Duties.—President
Fillmore, under the act of Congress, has is
sued Ids proclamation declaring that, as the
Chilian government has removed the discrim
inating duties of tonnage nnd imposts lovied
in the ports of that country, on vessels from
tho United States, so much of the several
acts imposing discriminating duties of ton
nage and impost within the United States
arc, and shall, he suspended and discontinu
ed, so far as tespacts the vessels of Chili, and
the produce, manufactures nnd merchandise
imported into the United States the same
from C'liili and from any other foreign coun
The VVv.wdots.—The minutes of the
Inte yearly meeting of Friends held at
We have been informed from the Indi
an Bureau at Washington, that the Wy
andot tribe of Indians to whom some as
sistance was formcily extended by this
meeting, nnd who subsequently removed
from their residence nt Sandusky, in the
State of Ohio, into tho country between
the Missouri and Kansas rivers, bad con
cluded to relinquish their nationality, and
to hold thou properly hereafter in sever-
ality; nnd furthermore had requested to bo
admitted ns eilizcns of tho United Stales.
The committee appointed to treat with
them on the occasion, represented: “ Thnt
the Wyendot people have so far advanced
in civilization as to be capable, generally,
of managing their own allaiis, and me
qualified and calculated to become useful
citizens—a large portion of them being
already engaged in nguoullural pursuits,"
In accordance with those views, their
several requests were acceded to by the
governmen , and these Indians have been
adopted as citizens of the United States.
Virginia Lands—A motion has been
offered says the Richmond Whig i.i the
Virginia Constitutional Convention pro
posing a plan of nsce'tnining. by actual
survey uni location, all vacant, foi roiled,
and unappropriated lands of the Common
wealth, nnd of quieting oil land titles: Mr
Wise, in advocating the measure, said
that tho State had been d warded by a ma
lign legislation, which had left no foot of
grouud for emigration in western Virginia
and that, while the Eastern portion was
becoming impoverished, its emigrating
citizens were compelled to pass over Vir
ginia and seek n settlement further west.
He was decidedly in lavor of sweeping
'be Ancient Dominion with a nrw broom.
Il appears that Iho progress of Virginia
hat been greatly retarded by the colonial
system of Und sabs which so cntnngled
the titles of the west, that persons desirous
^nlcs amounted to 5000
bales, nt previous prices: Middling, 13J-
The sales of tho week are 23,500 bales.
Fair Sugar, 5. Sales of 600 bbls Molasses,
at 25 cents. Whiskey has declined to 30
cts. ltice, new crop, 4J. , ‘
Arrival of the Isabel.—The steainsliip
Isabel, Capt. Rollins, arrived at this port
yesterday, having left Havannah on tho 8th
and Key West on the 9th inst. She brings
the United States Mails and 150 passengers,
among whom aro two Companies United
States artilcry from garrison at Key W’est.
ROME PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY S.UVRIE 4 YERDERY.
$ CTS. $ CTS.
Coepee. Java, Sack,...
CnKOAOE, Bale (tope,..,
Mackerel, No 2 per !»bl....
limits, Green, ....lb....
Moi.ahsk* bhl pr gal. W. I
Nail*, Keg,... lb.. • •
Salts, Liverpool per Sack ....
do do butdicl. .*
Table, per box
Sugar, N. Orleans, lb....
. 5 n
OSGOOD, ALSABROOK ft CO.
No. 4, Choice House,
LI opened and oiler a general assortment of
,-p Ready-Made Clothing, embracing every va-
Coals, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Cotton and Mo-
• rino Drawers and Shirts,
Marino undervest for Ladies j Cruvats of various
styles, half hose, collars, Ac., &o. We also offer *
superior lot of Boot* and Shoes Bom the Negro
Brogan to the fine Calf Boot, with a choice selec
tion or Ladies and Childrens Bootee and shoes.
Trunks, Carpet-Bags, Hits and Caps, of all sorts and
We al-o oiler School, Religious and Miscellaneous
Books, Stationery and Fancy Stationery, PerAinies,
bom Juie.- Auuel, Soap*, Hair and ’! ootli <Binshea,
with n great variety of *rtiele* too ttdiou* to mention,
all of which will be sold at i fair advance upon co*t
The ladies we will be especially pleased to see nt
Koine, Gn., Nov. 7, IS50, 6in
D. J. SANDERS
19 Ts now receiving n supply of Shoes and Hoots, Bng-
A King, Twine nnd Rope. Sugar end Coffee, Salt
nnd Molns-e*. nnd u No i MncUiU, fber,
with an ns.^ottinent of Hats, Caps, Lai-hnirra and
Broad Cloth-, Kcndy-nindc Clothing, Cthcoe*. and
Ginghams, Bleached and Brown .Skirling and Sheet-
mg. Flannels, Ac. Pot, Crockery and Glass Wars,
November 7, ls50.
• • 04a
9 00 a
lUTESSBS. CALIIUUN A- STARR, Warn their
JLYA sincere thunk, to the Citizens of Romo, f.r their
prompt and efficient services, in saving their property
it tlit? late fire.
DR. J. D. OWEN,
(Late A itittant Physician to the Lunatic
Asylum at Millcdycville,)
H AVING permanently located in Rome, respectful*
ly tenders his Professional services to all psison*
requiring Medical, Surgical or Obstetric aid in the
City or country. He hopes by constant sod unremit
ting nttenUon to bis profession, to merit a liberal share
fry-OFFICE Front Room over Calhoui. Sc Starr’s
Furniture Ware-Loose,—Residence, first house below
the Baptist Church.
Rome, Ga., Nov. 14,1850. 6. 3m.
To the Friends of MedicaltBeform.
T HE oft and repeated calls to visit patients at a dis
tance inthccountry, ha* inducedth-*sub*«riberto
unite with him in the practice of medicine, Dr. H. B.
RANSOM, late of Monroe, Walton county, Georgia,
who.-e qualification* nre of the fir«t order, hav
ing practiced for several year* with flattering succe**
in Middle Georgia, where his reputation as a prac
titioner, is best known und nnpreciated.
I will uIso take this me'.li d of returning my most
grateful acknowledgement-* to my patrons for post
lovoi*, nnd still solicit a continuance of the same.
In connection with the above named gentleman, 1 will
be prepared at all times to attend to call* in reasona
ble di.-lanee, and when neces-wry, the servicea of both
will bo tendered ill consultation without udditionnl
charge. D. S. JONES.
* Rome, Ga., October 31, l $50. if
LOT NUMBER 50.
23d District—3d Section.
im are notified not to purchase No. 50,
net, 3d section, a* it is my property, and
hu* been for years pn.-t. Beware of ywiudler*!
P. B. CONNELLY.
Jeflcrson county, Ga., Oct. 21. 4t
A I 2Sddiiirict , Hd aectio
To Officers tad Soldiers of the War with Mex
ico, the War of 1812 with Great Britain, or
any of the Indian Wari, Regular, Volunteer
or Drafted, or their legal Representatives,
Widows and heirs.
B Y recent act of Congress yon nro nllowed botin*
tv hind* and mom y in proportion to the time
ot service, rendered in nny of tho abovo named
Wars- The undersigned having all tho form* no-
cc*sury, you can obtaih warrants for entering
your lands, nnd procure the bounty money whenev
er allowed, by application to
Attorney sit Law, Borne* Gn.
October 17, 1S50. Cui
tADiiinvouo * ATANSlUH,
A TTORNEYR A T L A W
WILL practice in 111. Cboroico Circuit, and Su
preme Court of raid Stnto, and in the adjoining
couuties of Alabama. Oct. 10. 1^50. °
TIB OS* C. HINDMAN, Jpg,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend the Court, in tho Sevpnth' Jndlcl.l
Circuit of the Stntuol Mis.iasippf, All prolciaion-
nl b-tzinn. confided to hi. management iL.II re
ceive strict attention. May 0, th90, i
n. j• oMnvuu,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broad Slreect Rome, Ga.
October 10, IS30.
G. W. DUAL Lf
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broad Street Rome, Go,
October 10, 1850;
J. D. DICKEUSON,
_ _ WWflfiVflAI.TT «*p* r*f-r—*-—
Drugs, medicines, paints, oils, dye-
stuffs, PEKFUMEKY. drc.
mi. fitch's ntvnuvr.ii
SPRING snOCL/JKR lilt ACE.
DR. FITCH'S SILVER inhaling TUBE.
Dp. Filch’. CtilcbrnUd Nix r.cctiu-o
| tb« rScvsMTtox isa niitlfl
Consumption, Asthma, Diseases oj tl,e Heart
tfe.,Mdcmlhemcth:<l of preserving Health
i a sd Beauty to an old oge.
Thl. Book .Itoald b*. In every family To tb.
conlMOf thl,Book have ti, roL1 i,|, t |,.
pres., and the ralecotltimu-s unkl.,*■
For Mle Ly K. S, FITCH CO.
t 10 ’“'"dw-y.N. Y..*miby
. „ _ J, D, DICKERSON, ltome Ga
tt9- Ds- Fitch i Guid. to lav*t,m», ot Direction*
to persons using Dr. Fitch’. KemediM.t 0 tobadT
testis, of nil bl. Agontt.
l OSKERY JAiVES d^CO,
Warehouse & Commission Merchants.
•'AUGUSTA, OA. *
T HE undersigned Ibankftil for the liberal
1^ « c ?^., , »uain .ten-
f 1 iriemlij and th*
public, ip the male of Colt
Factoiy Yarn* and Ortmburgs, Cigars, TobaoesjpwtA*"* - ^ ** 06
*»u.f, u!-o M lot of Su^/is...^ COITO V-GtN MANUFACTURE HS
he Will tor cash.
~ Rome, Georgias
May 0. 1850
Broad Street Rome, Georgia 9
T HE Rtibtcriber take* this method of informing
hi* friends, and the public generally, that he is
prepared to oxcctifo all work entrusted to hi* pare.
!o feels confident of his ability to plc*M nil who
may favom him with n cull.
tlint no garment hIirII leave his shop until the cus
tomer l>e plensHl with the fit. The undersigned
is permanently located in Rome, and hopes to mer
it a liberal shnre of the public put ream go, them be
ing no risk incurred on the part of the patron, ns
no g.irineut shall leave my shop until snltslHetloti
lie given. WILLIAM PUKKA, \
S. G. YVI3LM
KEEPS CONST Attn. Y FOR SALS FAMILY
GROCERIES, BACON HAMS, mOOU
ROLLS AND FEATHERS.
A few vounz men can be accommndatwl with
Bonidine VERANDA HOUSE,.
April 23, IS30, Rome, De.vot S,non.
•treet, wheie their petsunul atten
tion will b* given to ill buinens entrusted to
them, tad liberal Cash *dv—w >*SW« oa
Produce wl.cn reqttJ.ed, Orders for Ba-uinc,
Hope and family eupplies, executed id the
lowest market price. - • til wmSmS Jm
A. O. JANES,'®?? M
THOS, W. COSKKRT.
Augusta, Sept. 19, i860. 60tf ’1
To Soilllicril and Western
Hardware, Citleij, dmi risioh, &e.
W E arc now receiving nn estisb scwstocx H
rotXIaX.SD DOSluvrjg lU.bVVSHK; ,1,,;,,.
irons fire, or the 20th May having ten u, wuliuuiuiy
Goods on liantl.
A BEAUTIFUL rc*idenoc adjacent to the Town
of Rome, recently occupied by John S.
Wright, Esq. There is on the premises* consisting
of twelve und a hull* no res of land* u comfortable
Dwelling House* Kitchen. i£te> ^;higb,
healthy and romantic. Persofit tfiTjror-
chnsing projterty in or near Rome, weald do 'well
it. Tvnns inodiral*. Apply t*
toczninino it, Tvnns mod*
Oct. 17, IS50. JOHN R. Al
LOOK AT THIS
| The Cheapest Goods ever
T HHE andersigned, jest .rriwd from the City of
■ Philadelphia,i*Mnn* tb. LotUa. and G« ntkincn
of Floyd and .djoinina ceanrie*, that he H
a Dry Goods. CloUiin;!
of /tome. Thv gomts cm vnl
iccleit, nnd shall b,. sold wilh very .mail pr,
Stock contains Ctol. iia* of every dv-. ripti,
Hats, Satincit*.dine, tec.,
Muslins, Atpacca., Ginguntr. ,
MiiiUn, Millenary Goods, M.nn.lL
worked Collars and Cheni-eltes-asd psrS
and Silver Watches. Inrgonrtortment <>f i
Kings, Enr Rings, Breast
Fellow Pins, Keys, Stndds nod
Old and out of fashion .-silver ami Gold taken in
exchange. , , , _
My .Lind is one door ahow Hr. D„ r-..- Drnif-
|8iow, wke'i* *. Bos (btmetiy M 1
hope to give full satisfac
■c with a e»li.
Rome, Oct. 31,1850.
st. «s ss .1 ... 1. ..... I tv I ,l.,ru ti si
Onr Stock willcotnprise every variety of ll.uto-
w*»« adapted to tile Southern und \i csrctu Trade,
niHlnnnssorlmvntufRirLks and Gt-.ss mi-nrpassrd.
Oar Foreign Goods have nil been imported direct,
nnd tho Domu.tic purchased upon the most iidvnn.
tugenur ten t- t-'r Cash; end f,,,,,, ottr tong vxperi-
enco, we feel confident that WB.cah
least for our customers ns any other House, nnd in
vito nil Merchants visiting l hnrlv.-to:, t„ call nn t
examine our Stock nt ho. 7, Unyne Street, nexus
X*. M. Cohen 5 to., Druggists.
P ‘ COURTNEY dr TENNEST, ■
No. 7, Uavsb Sntc
- cLovEa sgapu^f
OX< •OfiHEIti Red Clover Sceil jn.t received, ilireet, ■ ^
CO ft** New Yorkt smrrented frr,h, snd for >a e Dy
the .tiMrtnee, fat Oskdtly.
jgi-' - - y Vi • J. D. DICKERSON, Ax.nl.
2j2^.|K mu, - - - - x i 1 -
I f:-T UECEIVED.2 eueasttperio. moleskin lint*
>* IV,mi the nmiiufaelory of “tletmi,” New. Vork,
Mr* ib» finest meteskin bats iriet enn posst-
warranted superior font,/ dung of
•red in Koine, We nl.-o oiler Ran-
n, Du rye r St Co’s hstmt redneed ;r ntwar-
- ' "I pieces h renth hlaek nnd ol,\e elotlis,
UJ>. 15 nieces black doe*kin, fancy
k corded ctutiinorcvflt great bar-
rt*, glovi?*, sn*wQd(*hy hamlker*