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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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i : BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, APRIL 5, 1851. VOLUME III----NO. 13. .


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The-; Winds of Karch.BY Last hours of a Single Man. A Good One. Erom tbe Quaker Citv- every Moderate Drinker becomes a Drunk.I I TilE MAIDEN'S ADVERTISEMECT.

HALUTK.ft Tliis morning November; 11, at half-past I The Cleveland Herald, of the 29th, is responsible Tom Harper's Last Drunk. ard. Fools! True, Bill Tompkins, glorious AT aCBTtEX.

fellow who began with a drink at a social A Heart to let I
11, o'clock precisely an unfortunate young for the following first rate story.- BY GEORGE LIPPARD.

I ,,winds. of March arc humming man, :Mr.\ Edward Pinckney, underwent the I The idea of collecting a tax or anything else Tom Harper-you know Tom Harper ? party only two years ago, ((you all knew A warm fresh cherry virgin heart.

: Their parting: MWg, their parting song extreme penalty of infatuation, by expiatinghis in a printing office these hard times is preposterous A glorious fellow Six feet high, dreses | Bil 1 H?) died yesterday -(was'nt Bill a Untainted by men as yet,

: .And summer ..kiC'C are coming, attachment to Mary Ann Gale, in front : of the best, and sports immense black whis rare one on a spree?1)) of- Delirivm yew and unsoiled in any partWbobidtheprizetoget1- ,

I i jLnd day''Prow'1on?,nnd,days grow lont of the alter railings of St. Mary's Church, THE TAX MAN IN A PRINTING OFFICE. kers. Tom drinks. He can drink any number -'I\ Tremens But here's to good liquor-! c..,,,
'
J t-atcli, but not in ghulncs.Oar Ulington. Every business has its unpleasant duties, and cf men under the table. Champaigne, i I I Champaigne, my boys I To him who'll pay the easy rent. ..

garJt-n tree, our garden tree; It will be i in: the recollection of all those none mote than that of the tax gatherer.One .- brandy, whiskey, sherry! have made a complete And raising the glass to his lips he-quietly Daily and hourly due a wife, J' .

Ittudin wU-r wdnecB, friends of the parties who were at Jones's party of these:: a gentlemanly, unobserved individual I turnpike of Tom's throat. poured its contents loathe- spittoon at his I Of honest love, I am content ..

To..toon f'1 me, to won for me. at 1'rixton, two years ago, that :Mr. Pinck a few days since entered a printing This is the way he drinks : elbow. To give a lease for life. ,

3fv Bccmid winteroxer, ney was there and then first:: introduced to office in the city, book in hand, and politely 1. After 'breakfast a little whiskey: and bitters The guests looked *puzzled. It has large chambers, waim and bright
A*:a! nmIJ.ata s' fltl : (ale whom, he to take off the cUll winter the In earnest, Tom ? said the old stager.
Mary to instantly: began I accosted the proptietor with-Paid your f.o in and Well furnished with affection's fire.

lIne no ncceptoil lover: direct particular lItions-t.lalleing with poll-tax, f.irt"? No," was the answer, I'I heat b summer.U. Do as I do !I' was the answer, and every I And draped with hopes that glow with light -

fluu'I a k iydon'tailkine: : why. her no less than six srts that evening and I don't pay; I'm one of the cit), protectors." I At 11 o'clock, a glass olbuandy at Congress glass of champaigne went straightway into I However the nun may shine.

tf1 not asleep! or idle handing her things at supper in the most devoted ] How's that ?P Why I'm a fireman and : Hall, ii: Lunch time, one glass only ; its'spittoon.How it exhilerates fellow !' cried Tom The owner's title's good: no claim

Tluit love lift* Iwrn,that love )luis 11OCI1. manner. From that period commenced -i runs wid der ma(,.hcen." "All light," said !I but Tom has friends-he has-and so one I, -'nothing like real champaigne a !' Has yet been raised, and every part

a happy brilJ the intimacy between them which terminated the collector, as he passed to the next man j :rhss leads to a dozen. Thus, frequently, The than Is hers.in her own right and nameWho'll if'' I

far The many year has wen, the year liao seen in this morning's catastrophe.Poor who answered"I I serve my country and be- Tom with the 1.Jt iatention is halfdrunk before ever. companlooked more puzzled take this preaous heart I ,
Pinckney had barely attained his the Of members of 1- o'clock.
to !
: squad. course
tri3 maidV ong AT TWttrrT-EiGnr.
duty What does he ?t' the
redone dim or fuur. at three tlr four; t\venty-oighth year; but there is no reason to the Squad" are exempt. The third was a !I 3. Brandy after dinner, to settle that beef drinker. mean whispered No tenant yetiTo I

At h'liethlt but for reasons of a pecuniary minor-the fourth trained with the Hihcmi-i! : to drive off the v.-ipois. youngest let
a valuable heart!
I liad licauty' Gentlemen said Tom another
)fr* fcert) biiuquet nature, his single life would have come caili ans-the fifth declared him?df merely a passenger !I, 4. A drink when he goes to the: Post Of- filling Who seeks such
Jimor more, its donor more. bumper-his example being followed by the property get
Its
end. for the t
A
or to an untimely change without even a codfish or other i flee about four o'clock.
JJy ,occoJ wintt-r'sovrr, better,however, having occurred in his:; circumstances visible ;means of support, and! the any sixth and I:i I i 5\ drink ith a friend.i before supper. \ others-' Thirty years ago my father was one Will nowhere find,iu any m
Alas' WH! I. jilas! and I of the most respected men in the city. Hei Abettertobelet.The .
the young lady's friends were induced se'nthH're Dutchmen, making temporary I (;i.\ couple of bottles of Chamnaignp, fob I .
accepted lover: : I i took a glass, however-at a social terms are ea payments few-
Have no party y
to sanction his addi e&1'>ep, and thus became steam engines of thi'iiiPelves the 11.-\\hel.1I I lowed by due quantities of brandy, at a supper you
i\hv,don't aft ,,In' I ; know-only a glass-and in died leaving .Ah the heart described above
meJfi ,
flO11t4Lk; me the for which he has } years yes
accessories to course of an Adam's press. The only answer, "yaw, } given by himself or a friend. I
I mother with three children.- Offers inducements
orphan to the
;' Bcrrcr( : niy bosom dadcJ just! suffered. .j I soon satisfied the collector that they didn't I :Now if you'll look over this list of drinks,, my true
died of it's rather
Ow tnmIJ y day tHe rainy day; The unhappy man passed the lat night of j know the difference between a poll-tax: and a I j which is a (pretty correct J history of I'om' j I He funny, of mania- Economists in love !
Two I drank
:Poll e IICE'I' tin-y fisd ami faded this bacielor existence in bis; f.o1itlr'ham' ,, poll' parrot The eighth; man declined paying j bihithtions you will possibly: arrive at the: Il'OU., Now I drink years after ago breakfast before my first dinner glass., The property is in good repair.
The
JJoaa nud bouquet, IKS& and bouquet, hc From ha'f-past; fight to ten he was engaged I because in the e\ent of a suit he should conclusion that Torn slighly! very slightly I after dinner before after furniture has never been u"d

vaia,at balls and parties, in writing letters. Shortly after his win. The collector's eye brightened. in danger of three thin s-I I dont like to mention supper, supper-I The daI'S slightly worse for wear
ja I 1 do How far off do think I from j
brother, I Henry, knocked the door, said he "1'n 'em-but look j I yon am my has been abused.Tia .
I'n!tlirown my ntt I've thrown net; younger I Young man, sue you get j they so queer on paper father's fate ? Here's to good liquor! Cham: I j
Hut.walian?. willing: ht&rt it when the! doomed youth told him to come in. judgment, take out an execution ; and th.uI I : j embed with some trifling debts 4

Undw ni yet, uu-IuH-cnyct On being asked when he,:__np:1I1t togo to 1 bed', be 1 I I where are you ?P "Why, :IS rm a day boarder 1. He's in danger of a red nos '. I paigne And,with my boys.air of the exhilera- unrequited love,but thee

Jlv euctind ", .ut'r's over. rejliedNot yet." The question was then I sleep in the office, hain't got any coat and I i 2. II e.s iii danger of" licking" his wife. an greatest Shall all b ccele't if it get
tion he his into the
him Iww he thought he should! sleep? II e's in drunkard's poured champaigne spit- A tenant .
put to household furniture-a tooth brush I 3. danger of a grave.I | (ha1 please.
Alas! and I, alai.: and 1.IIat'e carry my toon., The guests didn't laugh this time, but .
lover to which he answered, 1 don't know. He ?nd a wooden comb-in my hat. I'spnsoj! had written this far when I was called I AT TlmT'EGl
JIft acccjited : glass went into its spittoon.
then expressed liis desire for a segar and a I'd beat you on an execution." The man ; from my room, leaving: my MSS. on the table. j' every Take down the sign t
don't ask '
at.k
flout meihy, : me why.TJuy Fill There it is-
some sherry, boys i
glass of grogIiis Lrolher, who sat down I whose duty it was to collect for Ca-sar the I Coming back I met Tom at the door ; Alas! the truth. must b told ; i J
clear amber and burnt
tell me there's no hurry and partook of the like refreshments! ,now demanded -: things which are Ca-sar's," left f.f1ectingtlmt he was emerging from my room ; lie passedme I as You're author fragrant as to of cinna the Decay h preyed on every part'

r I I guests.) ever
I JLnd I'm to young to marry; He said nothing," in a linn voice. 'I I lightning as of collecting poll-tax in a pJ nt. thunder cloud. He had read the MSS. on'': Bard ? He was you a moderate drinker once as Dilapidated her .

I Tis no such thhij;-'tisuo thing.Tie His affectionate brother then rose to tike'leave '', lag office. my table. j Ill bar the doors, hang
lie died-nh! Toss off a i Ilom
mtt fjning tide* will thi.li on when the devoted one considerately i :ld-I' I left: Tom to his indignation ; did not see I you are now.!' your Lay the affections on the sbe'C '

echtocutli \-i*t'd him to take care of himself. I 3larryhzg.hfyou ever said him for a week. Tom sent sherry, boys And then
My year my eighteenth: year: marry, an Yesterday me a i Raising himself his chair he eyed tneI I into the narrowest room.
.
2tt.rneinpasiim- Precisely at a quarter of a minute to seven uncle, "let it be to a woman who has letter, which I transcribe : I' At once :TO move myself
with true bon ricant twinkle and
glass
jU1fg-1 a
Ob dear oli dear 1 Oh dear ci dear the next morning, the victim of Cupid havingbeen -i ment enough to superintend the work Philadelphia, Feb. 7, '50. 'I' then-poured it into the spittoon.The ; There shall I pass each heavy day.And .

Jly second whiter' OT'C'". called, according to his desire! he rose I II .I house ; taste enough to dress herself; pride I I author followed his in si- living fo myself more,
dressed himself. He had the !. Mr. Harper's compliments to and example
Alaaull 1, alas! nu.ll and promptly ; I I enough to wash herself before breakfast ; and i scorn the charities that
: lence. 1 may
! I self-control to shave himself without the slightest j I sense enough to hold her tongue when she has :, will be happy to have his company at a quiet i Come t
lover at the
11aII knocking door.
accepted : So did the other eleven.
social TOM HAKI-KR. I II
for not oven a Fcritchll'on his I to I'I'I part to-night. I
Dou't a-4i we uby, t.r. 't nA me why. injury ; I nothing say. I 1 begin to feel quite !T cried Tom- This old estate-this do
chin appeared after the (1pcr tion. It would I Had; to find that Tom was'nt mad after .:" lively hay t
seem that he had devoted a longer time than THE LAST Woii).-" The last! word"is the j all, I hurried to his house at the appointedhour \\ hy, boys the liquor doesn't seem to stir To hide these ruined hops of mine;
1cw; York Correspondence.New at all I! Let's of that Scotch For others, it has
usual at his toilet. I most dangerous of infernal machines. II us- :, and found himself and twelve guests you try some ew-

laRK, March tJ3!; 1931. The wretched man was! attired in a light. band and wife should no more fight to get it, i jnst setting down to a table which was overspread whiskey. Fill your glasses !' So then take down the sign.

I:et&y( evening. after.a! lovely forenoon. 1'I blue dress coat, with frosted buttons white j than they would struggle: for the possessionof with a white, cloth. It was a drinking The glasses were tilled amid murmurs. Cheese versus Cannon

the kv. was suddenly' overcast, and black, I: u>fci and nankeen trowsers with patent loathj j a lighted bomb-shdi. Married people I party, as the brandy on the sideboard, It's* a shame to waste good liquor in this The greatest amunition that we Shot heard

cloud I around his neck a variegated >. should study each other's! weak points, as ; and the champaignc in ice too told. way! said the old stager. of
Iwthg ;gate abundant promise of a :i or boots. He wore plainly I lately, was used by the celebrated Com-
tbufidcr-ilioM-erin .Marclu About dark down : satin scarf which partly concealed! the i,' skaters look out for the weak parts of llw ice, \ Near each guests right hand was a napkin j Gentlemen: said Tom, looking as hand dore Coe, of the Montevedian navy, who, in |,,

came the rtinlith a rush, but minus the e-- Corrazzo of the bosom. III front of the scarf j in order to keep oil them. Ladies who marry \!I carefully folded over something-what that I some and jovial as ever, there's a great deal,1, engagement with Admiral Brown, of the f ij'ij'an

roM tiunder. It I } of di.I for love should remember that the union of, something was I could'nt tell. Down I sat of cant in the world about Total Abstinence, I Buenos
? was a heavy: fall l, but was inserted breast-pin conspicuous i Ayres service, fired every shot from 1
and all that Bah We're moderate I
lasted: only a few minutes. I men ions. angels; with women has )been forbidden since however, in the 13th seat, looking at Tom, only his: lockers. 4j 1 1C4

Yesterday about. P. M., as I was parsing 1 Having descended the staircase with a I the flood. The wife is the sun of the social I I'I 10. gay an d"1.in a white 1.I vest was' drinkers ; we can control ourselves, can't we ? I What ehal we do, sir ?" asked his first !> '

tle! Lif' o\\'n church which stands at the f quick step, he entered the apartment where I system. Unless she attracts, there is nothing I j seated at the head of the table, with the door ':i. Or, if we can't, it's only a dozen or more good lieutenant; we have not a single shot aboard .

iesdcf street, like a monitor or guar- his brother and a few friends awaited him.- ii:) keep heavy bodies, like husbands from fly I leading into the next room just behind his ,, fellows dead of mania-a-potu, or !RUM CONj -I.I.i -rond, grape, cannister;and double headed t
1 i !
dim: I And the Scotch followed the fate
attention was arrested by a procession, or ''on being asked how lie slept, answered j discharge her duties must never have soul I Boys, this is a drinking party,' said Tom j whiskey Powder gone eh I" asked Coe.
1 hewere
of its illustrious 'I
long file of clergymen, (as I inferred from Very well ;" and to the further demand as !I II ; "above buttons. The liberties of Englandhave I'understand that my wife is out, (he had between predecessors.and did'nt No sir-got lots of tba1" I 1

tldr black clothes and white cravats,) preceded -' to the state of his mind, be said that he "felt j been won by mutual concessions. Let I been married two years,) and so i is the baby. i know what a laugh make of Tom.a cry. No They did We had a confounded hard cheese-around

IT ton or twelve white haired men, j i happy." I the husband who would acquire the privilegeof I Let's go into it in right style. I've some of I to more Dutch one for desert at dinner

dad in the i that asking friends to dinner without notice,remember the real' Umbrella' first rate ;,,1. todaYon't
white sutplices of the Episcopal One of the part hereupon suggested! I j brandy some you remember it ? said Coe. -
But he continued to fill glass after glass -
church: and bearing a coffin covered with it would he as well to take something before this when his wife hints at a new '., Scotch whiky-and a couple of dozen of: I ought to-I broke the carving knife in
the
Hack: velvet This solemn! train was: passing i 1 the melancholy ceremony was gone through, 1 1I bonnet The wife's want is always the husbands -( the finest chul\paignl'-the quiet kind that 1 telling results some of moderate funny story about between splendid each I II trying to cutjt, sir."

\ery! slowly around the walls of the Trinity | he exclaimed with some emphasis, "decided- ; opportunitj Don't trust too much to i: does'nt sparkle, but walks through your veins and drinking follow. I Are ther any more on board l"I I

," (on the instJe of the fence,) after the 1'h-.*' Ureakfast was accordingly; wired when good temper when you g--t into an argum<'nt.;! like wild-fire. Am I right gentlemen ? Is it glass, insisting upon every' here's guest j I dozen-we took 'em from a 1.

wanner: of thnilar: ceremonies by the Church 'he; ate a French roll, large round toast, two i 1. The Indians produce fire by the rubbing of I to be a real 'drank and no mistake ?V i I! ing his' followed example, to wit-universal to good in-Ii-I' droger.. '
i
(IRom They were uncovered, carryinirtbeirliats sausages, and three new laid eggs which bej the dryest sticks." Sugar is the substance' Of course the guests greeted this Inaugural -j quor the, by a outpouring ,[' Will they go into the eiglrfeen-pounders ?" 1
.. : to spittoon.
ia their with three L-t'tkfaft i most! generally diffused! through all the natural : with cheers and laughter. Among the thunder that's the
Lands
and wealing a i look j washed down great ; cups[ I At twelve the The I By Comndor. bt
()fth fJ'JS1' profound veneration. A few- of lea. In reply to an expression of astonish1 -I products. Let married people take a hint twelve were all sorts of drinkers. There, company separated. idea-111 try 'em, cried the luf ti 1
j 1 full of tood but not a
spittoons were liquor,
I
perhaps: of he declared from this provision of unture.-Plluch's Pocket -! old stager who could drink a pint of in few the the old
:;5 many as eight out of &e hundred incut on the part persons present was on : drop had touched the lips of a Tom I -nd a minutes 11

-Vent their hats 0:1 t'iwr! heads l until they \ that he bad ue\er felt heartier in his I Book. I brandv, witnwit winking! and_ a new. beginner helped them on with their hats and guest cloaks [ Santa Maria," (Coes ship,) which had ceased f

fled into the church The tide : W>. who grew pale after the fourth smaller. re-opened and admiral Brown found more fJ
..... pews: were ( WIT I1nloR.-Tllc is from 'Take: care boys Some of you will find
idled with fpectatirs. One of them- informed j Having inquired the lime, and ascertained AMI following Between these were all sorts of drinkers- walk shot flying over his head. Directly one of 11
How
I it difficult to straight jolly we
raefcatit eleven lie remarked Yalt.'rltinc's1I111me of Wit and Humor.! It the 'L'ven cloCht'rs--tlH. lunchers-the good them struck his and It did '
was the funeral of Professor Ogle. that it was ten minutes to i I feel after drunk. Was not the brando ml1mas as so, 1
lv cf brother will be recognised as apart of one of his lectures fellows at the table and the a good shattered and
Colombia Col'epe. The imposing cor- that it would soon }be over. His>> \: ; supper glorious good, and the chumpaigne first chop?' few in every drection j
those who have themselvessore
tt'{;?, preceled hy the pal! bearers and cotfin, then inquired; if lie could do anything for I by laughed. i bn 's' on a spree. j With such remarks be followed his guests What the Dt'I is that enemy ;

rissed dowly down the broad able I the dead him ; when he said he should like to have a i over it : But don't 15:1: your napkins until I give I the door them in are firing !I" asked Brown-but nobody could :
to night a
"Mr.: President I wi h friends. in the forepart bidding good
& I
broken the word, saU Tom- promise that! I It j telL
: the ale. drank this he appearedto me
ujence only by dei-jrymen in the glass of Having I' [ left half mad aud half
They
of the meeting would speak so friends 1 jovial way.
wrjilices' repeating ia a deep! rneasur-1! be satisfied. up Wo promi-, was the chorus. ;1' Directly another one came in through a
*dtonecertain be devoted I[ setting in the back part of the meeting can 'And also that trill thoughtful. and killed who stood him
[ : promise to-night two
: jiassages from the scriptures j The fatal moment now approached, i you i As for I remained in obedience to port men near ;
"\Miatitb the. unearthly light produced bv ', the remaining portion of his time to j j i hearhmat's going on in the front part of the \I'do.cJdo!' II |'II myself from Tom. I then striking the bulwarks burst into flinders.

the 6tl ned little | meeting. It is almost impo>fible for friends I Of they promised. Tom was known a whisper Jove this is much this is
| too
glas?;, the Minbrv shadows in the distributing among his friends those ar- j course i i He into the room. Seat- By some
he I in the back part (If the meeting to hear what'sgoing drinker the had met to pulled me supper new-f Paixham other I dont like
fi03kjaniarouaj To
( the columns and solemn lidos he would no 'longer want one : as a glorious ; party or
II himselt at the head of the table, he asked-
*wung of top i ponderous Lt'll. the efll-ct wasMjahrly his case, to another his tobacco on in the It out part: of time meeting.Friends .- drink and get drunk. j j jI ling 'em at all T* cried Brown : and then as fouror
segar I How do like it how ?
: : gave I in the back part of the meeting feelas : Do Tom docs !lVe promise !I' was the' you any five sails fce
?IOm and and he charged his brother Henrywith I I as came slap through ,
y impressive.! ; stopper, II I could not answer. Presently the tears hi gave
I much interested as friends in the fore
Anodier! deliver part universal I the order fill
rather J jo.sing! funeral :,yesterday his latch key, with instructions to : resjonse. came into his as he said qnidly- 'I to away actually brcke
rfl6 that of the meeting; amid it is highly necessary Tom poured out a glass brandy. It was eys of the
of laj.oahthe famous New York it after all was over, with due solemnity, I I And father was such a good fellow, out fight, receiving n parting broadsid
oriind Jew. that friends in the fore part of the meeting glorious glnRS! -amlkcr colored and oitJ.I .- my I of Dutch cheese. 'i'his is actual
An immense attended the j a an ; our
concourse to landlady. and he-bt-I've been a good fellow ? Eh? '
beMdoB Jewish! societies, and the cer- The clock at length struck eleven, and at should speak up so that friends tilting in the I I The real umbrella brandy and no mistake.j : lie filled a glass of brandy and 'C claim.'ed informant was the first lieutenant of Coe's

*!momes "' (Ore pcrfonned in the Hebrew IanPage the same moment he was informed that a cab I back part of the meeting can hearhiat's going j I All the guests poured out a glass of bran 'I ship.-Monitor.

by the HaM Ii", I at the door. He merely said, I amready i on in the front part of the meeting. And d\'. Brandy is best to begin on. I' -
\\hichaoulugy | was Here's the last that skill A Bare t
to good liquor- Patrimony.
therefore 1 that if friends in the fore '
part 1 said Tom Do I do !
a IS conductedto i say Gentlemen, as -
= 'd. : himself be
pro to
tount< The : pojlW. and allowed
: Jie WM 00( Major old, and was bad very the, vehicle, into which he got with his I of the meeting would speak,} up so that we Here's to good liquor !' He raided his glass I ever 'come into my house, by the help of : A young man ofNuremburg, who had no _
years spent in the back of th(' meeting could lifted his All the :; God fortune, requested a lawyer to recom- '
part then
: sitting : his lips, and napkin.
''lis behind! in t to
life in Charleston S. C. 1! his friends following on
Pajonof I brother, lIe it into the spittoon, and I part- mend him lo he
bear what's in the front of the j poured j i a was a daily
going on part What do think ftmiybf'r
S.: 1nJ;..} Jf"Hnl'r_ filiirt. ._;.. wi 1'p. I | guestS did the same. you was t
Borrow-u llavanna- 'H ''' 'and' New, Orleans.n --; !I'others.Arrived- at. the-I tragical- Spot., a_ sunn_t. __- too'uui meeting,it would be very: satisfactory to friends under each napkin t'h}' an earthen vessel | cd from him, thinking queer thoughts all the I i I visitor, where was a andsoe daughter,
: home. who was to have a large fortune The law.
f'teatnl'r Winfiyd! scort on the first of April: ,:anxious delay of some seconds took place ; in the back part of the meeting. 1 with an aperture in the centre looking j' way That was Tom Harper's: last drunk. yer said he did nut exactly know, but he would

wfl: the steamw Union on the 15th. There ; after which they were joined by the lady with THE BIBLE." I am of opinion that the very much like a spittoon. In fact there were enquire.

u afiao engraving of the latter in the win-'!her friends.: Little was said on either side, thirteen spittoons on the-table. Clerical .
dH\ Bible contains more true sublimity, more exquisite I the Therapeutics.For The next time he saw. his frimd, lw
Aolile{ fj>tirasoii & Co's. New Orleans and 'but :Miss (ale, with cu1ommiarydecorum, shed. t beaisty, more pure morality, more important You may imagine the laughter of a dissatisfied minister. -Take two asked him if he had any property yonng at all.

Exprewj Office Capt.'anderbilt ':, teal's. Pinckney endeavored to preserve decorum history, and finer strains of poetry and ; guests. grains of advice, four of good sense, six ditto No,' replied be.
h18 of Tom's! the .
I ( ofll-red: to make a large bet on the speed j but a blight twitching in his mouth eloquence, than can be collected from all other Some joke was' cry.Here's of kindness, one or two scruples of conscience Well,' said the lawyer, C would you suffer
(I cried Tom-so
: eh the tancr Prometheus as the fastest ves- ]I and eyebrows procbined his inwaid agitation. books, in whatever age or language they to good liquor make a mixture, and let one of the any one to cut ( your nose, if he would giro

I act, \vhereuj) a hip )builder of this may have been ttcn.-Sir William Jones. cried they all. older parishioners: drop into die car of the impatient you twenty thousand dollars fo it.'
I *ltr Then be raised his glass to his lips-so did
proposes All preliminaries having now ,
to wager 8100,000, (money: necessary (What an idea 1))
4iOW! "M) that he will build a steamer that will ; been settled, and the prescribed melancholy I will hazard the assertion that no mmeo'r they all [ For a minister icJto does not visit.-Admin 4 Not for the world,'

bet tbe l'. all hollow. In the meantime our i formalities gone through, the usual questionwas did or ever will Income truly eloquent} I Hut ho didn't drink. No. Ho poured ister to him a few invitations. Tis well/ replied the lawyer 'I had a

friend<1 Mills: of the new steamer Urother j, put-" Wilt thou have this woman to he without being a constant reader of the Bible\ i I the contents of his tumbler into the spit For a minister who seems indifferent to his reason (for asking.' ;

Jonathan, now on her way to Chagres, is'':: thy wife ?tIt To which the rash youth replied in and an admirer of the purity and sublimity of I toon. parish.-Treat him with repeated doses of The rrext time he sa the girl's lather ha

*erv siixious to put her against the swiftest of1! a distinct voice, I will. its I language.-Fzsl&cr Ames. 'Do as I do-you know ? he said with i marked kindness and consideration the said : \

wem: aL! I I lie then put the fatal ring on Miss ( ale'sfinger "The Bible is a book worth more than all one of his most jovial smiles. I case be long continued, add gentle remonstrance I have inquired about the man's cir
for the end of the young
1usiz3 i ::8 is a shade better but mo- the hymenial noose was adjusted, and The laugh.d-waiting sub
to-day, the other books which were ever printed. administered rosa cumstances. He has indeed, ready? money .
I1l'J i is becoming bard to touch" at 1 less than I the poor fellow was launched into matrimony.London [Patrick 1[enry. joke-and bound by his word, every manel11l'tit.'d For a dull minister.--Ear-oil of conscien- but he has jewel for which,0 to my knowledge .
his
Punch.W into the
'Dc Ir cent per annum. In the meantime I [: Young man attend to the voice of one his brandy spittoon by tious attention, to be taken by the parish. he has been offered and refused twenty

60tne of our rieojle are !living at a smashing side. For parish.-Administer thousand dollars.' '
of fame an indifferent pas. I
California. who has certain degree
I possessed a
rate. aDd have Females in CaUfornia.-A cor- After the first glass, one feels comfora- -, ;
"'ill imported much more than they respondent of the New York Herald thus refers in the world, and who will shortly appear before ble-eh boys !' said Tom with a wink- tonal visits all around. This induced the old father to consent to ,-.

I, rised ever get cost for, BO you need not be to the scarcity of females in that State. his maker: read the Bible every day of That ,umbrella b'andy warms a fellow For a sleepy parish.- Let the pastor take the marriage which accordingly took place, t;

: if you should bear of some large, life."-Dr. Samuel Johnson. dont it AlicT frequent doses of hard study preparatory to though it is said that in the sequel he often .
your
iure8 He and
: through- ,
presently.mterday When says we used to read accounts in the papers I through some funny- denouement. to. the administering of rousing sermons. shook his head when he thought of the jewel \

the city's: guests, the members old bonnet A Happy Quotation.-Doctor Mountain, Anticipating I For a minister afflicted with manazclia or [Er. Paper.
r of the miners dancing an1 this singular proceeding, the guests laughed,
the Lc atore, were toted round to va- which they had found in the road .\ve set it I whose wit pleased on all occasions, being at roared-and then subsided into keen suspense. hobby.riding.The homopathic treatment is 0 The Washington correspondent oftha

nOU&J f'ubljc penal institutions, Ace., on the down as a fiction; but I can assure you that. Court with George II., who liked his company good. Give moderate doses of sympathy, and News says :-:Miss Jagollo\ the

ands in the East:: lliver' Their visit to the the Tou. on that account news was brought to the !' trust the cure to the re-active power of conscience I Polish heroine who fought:so bravely in behalf
1109 there is a physician, living on Next we'll the champaigne, boys
try I
children at Randall's Island, (taken lumne River young, who has made an independent king of vacant bishopric. "I know not," said Tom. I i and good sense. If the symptoms, of the langanans. spent some time on

a tare of at the city's expense,) appeared to be fortune by exhibiting a dress worn by a female said !his Majesty, at present to whom I shall A dozen bottles were uncorked. Presently however, become alarming, a strong appeal, the for of this morning, accompanied

great treat to the Lnw-mak'rs. Simeon ; it is said with how much truth I do give it_" Dr. Mountain instantly rose, and, I man held his long necked glass of compounded of equal parts of love and justice Jjy :Major Tochman. It i; said tho

a Draper, Esq9 held up a little child and made not know, that every Saturday night the door putting l his hand upon his breast, said: "If the every sparkling liquid, and every eye was. fixed may be resorted to.Alabama.TLe. Major U to Iar her Sorne prudent

10 great bear laugh by saying that it was supposed of his rancho is besieged by the miners, like thou had'st faith as a grain of mustard seed, upon Tom, who, handsome and jovial, raisedhis census of this State showsa people hint that bo somewhat of a
a strong resemblance to the President thou would'st say to this Mountain-be thou risk to a lady who has shown her ability .
(If the the door of a theatre every one endeavoringto glass above his head and looked at it with exceeding 800,000. marry
ernor"Ain( UoarJ of Manage;) the Ten Gov. a front seat and a good view ofthe removed, and cast into the sea" one eye. population to dash headlong upon a column orcavalr.

procure J'1I 8.i.t i1'Pi.-1'he census shows! 300,009 The do they not knot
cihibition.Oz Gentlemen said Tom- These Temper simpletons ?
teeth like verbs t Because ,
Bey, the Turkish envoy, has return. Why are they arc folks such Bah They whites, 31 1,568 blacks-Total, 011,577. who fight well lore well J
tu are asses
to this cit\. j : Whew !-whew 1 1j I j regular, irregular and defective. anco say I

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a pro.inn common to all the Stales made of Arrival of the Carada. pulaco slaves of Asiatic dC5poti 1. 'Tht'ir"" the! State Legialat'jre at tlu Astor House, this U Guat Public 1d schieL"

[!tIe 1Lorthni'' & Ol1rl Tenitoiial Government?, punidesthat all SEVEN DAYS LATEIl FROM EUROPE.NMVYCBK proper position h below everything that : -sine abolition demagogue, Seward, was an >or excellent neighbor *? the!, way.t.

: March 27. Providence has created, when in its natural j t invited To an extract from a speech that tIle election to the J U. 3. Sca,,. Wlln41
guest.
and
_- -_-- _- _--_ -- - --- -- \uiis i actions, !icns judgments oof' Wade
d' prooru up-1 t
I Even Ohio
state. the meanest reptiles struggle and Fish of New
The steamer Canada arrived would call at. York
: at Halifaxlast I made by him at the/linner, we both
TALUHASSEH: : hill 1 and continue unimpr.ired, Wt
contracts :o : ward against the oppressor. The Americanpeople i "
J.i 'llt(, v.ith Liverpool dates to the in arc great public miseaietV .
up! degraded tention. It discloses a feature political Intlis
rind all xvliJt has heretofore issued, i : justly regard these individual :1.-
APRIL 5 1951. process 15th. bringing seventy five ion the SraUnd 0 P .
SATURDAY, passorgers.Tho been hinted di.Tcrs with!
L-: .,- -, .-. --,- -. : I orvLKh may be issued pi tor to the last day I j Africa reached Liverpool; on ,the l.'lhinet bilow- the-rest-' -of. .animated-- .:-- nature. manccavring. which has already twn at -a !hington. Its then Admil tr _

COTTOX- Ifri7 5.- Ve quote extremes of the futt csiioi of the General Assembly! ; at hOOt, catling a d-cline in Cotton of Or ThWabli1a.. Times copies the repo -j at by tiio: pres3. It appears that NewYork's organ,tbe Rt
with
; 6 to 10 cents. There is little cflVriug ia the lof this State, shall be as valid a* if issued in :, from ai: J on better qualities to a J on lower t that Mr. Mallory! has declined the Sen-1 i favorite son," Fillmore, and the! Prince is Fish's delighted these elections, eS eeWl'
it
I qualities. Sales of the! week! 31,000. of the Free Seniors Seward understate! each can sciircclj hold its siJes

maikct.t _________ I the name of the State ;" and all actions It i[ Manchester; Trade dull. Weather ini'J.- atonal office to which he was elected 11du.. :!' other slhlllO In behalf of the President, it for!] ;)*'

,law, or suits in chancery, or any proceedings j Crops promiiing. last Legi-l.iture, ar.l! remarks: !I : ., express r.
:
ciIii Kxcellency, GoDrown, rclnracd i (:lD'n-L3i51ators of the city of New satisfaction, vVc. But there are
which be in Should the to be correct, other id-
pending statement
to the Cflpital, caily Sa t'ae present week, pending, or may any prove York, and legislators of tIll State of New rocates of the Administration:
Court of the Ten itor\ of Honda, be N i\v-YOSK, March 27. it will not settle the question as regards :Ir. j jYVLKU'S lesides Ile
from his \'bit to South I lorida. may York-I pe.f;rm a cheatful duty in riding, as Sentinel, who are taken
tha
t' ?ales 1 claim to the seat. Should j alack'with
COTTOX. 2.VJO bales the
?terday tlis
in transferred to such Court of ye
-- -- commenced be wi-sh re.
-- -- -- it to me to to respond to
seems
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03-: The Hon. i:. C. Cabell and lads arrived -, 1 have of the I mal!u.'t i i- dull, good 1 mid li'gs are quoted at Senate: declare against his having been j I the! sentiment in which your h.i\i? expreed joicing over great pulic! mUcIiitf "in
Ae State as jurisdiction will i you c
;
\ may 'uU'1: 1U to llf.Vc elected on the first ballot, the Governor i quarter where it was least
in town yesterday morning by the : confidence in the Executive expected.
regard to
I jt'et.U1ltkr thereof;" all rccogiizances hcretoforo i i [\ presume the latter should have been hen have the appointment of a Senator, to your New York Mirror whose "ft*
i and the Legislature of the United States of ,
Northern stage. taken which be taken before Hi (; serve until the election of a Senator by the I groans over Sew.
.. ] or may )? Iolail.l.lI ] !
-- 'Ill : America. It is not presumptions in mo to art! will be read in another colurrin
November
of tile Judicial Department Coirr.c has eT&lincd *c. lOGO bags Rio lext Lqblaluil'IJlrh! meets in I disFhTS
Admission to the Bar. the
i organization; I behalf the illutfrunts citicn who
o/i little and
1S.VJ. In that it is but reasonable to say a temper more folly after
oltl"t't! terdav at 104() to 111.Tl.c C:1&( ,
Jolin P. I K. Ravage. Esq., was admitted to under this Constitution, shall lemab: valid, were 0ihww : fills the chair of the Chief Magistrate of the giyj g
Asia; takes out one l hundred suppose that (; I! will appoint one the statement of the President's

the Her as an Attorney and Counselor law, and ]paSS over to, and may I be prosecuted in i i and one nilioi! dollais in specie.A passengers of his own political friend?, and consequently \ United Slates-tho native citizen of New tion," by asking this plaia question"salisr3C,
second who has
York the
cailj in the session of the Circuit Couit for the name of the State ;" all fines, penalties, | dinneras yestouLiy given to Hon. the whole delegation! from Florida at thy next one filled that distinguished :
;; Then dii! he
thai hi.1Yfn'imcJI Irh. why not
place- arc :!
this its e&ioD.lr.. S. forfeitures and escheats Dmid't.1Jkl.. ,Annapcli the n sr.wf.wi of Congress, will be friendly to theidminijtration say as mach to
County at present I obligation, accrn- : ? by ciii- I'I'I they ought to be just and impartial to all the Senator eekmlnnd i how i it tht
elected the last General Assembly to the of Hoiida shall hers of the 1Lf\l lhl Cunxention, at which! : I : : Washington. u. hitler and the
was by jug Territory lccnH'1to ] members of this confederacy! and yet, that open enemies of the 'Prwi

Clerk of the Supreme Court. I the use of the State of Honda.: i i, he mada! a st/ong Union and Compromisespctch. The Governor: cannot appoint only in Cases :5 the sun which ho wI>r"hip.IOO t, anti t which worked day and ni,ht to secure hiselectioci! idett

The State legislature perfected this action where there i is a vacancy occa&ioned by :j he will worship List, is that which he gazed Answer me that, Master Brooke: "
Case.
The Inncrarity iry/ na'/j.'i and then! the : his earliest hours -the of the State
death or only during : on in sun 'I'he Southern Press thinks thatthe
In our last we animadverted upon the doctrines by suitable provisions.This Xirv-\: OKK, March 29. p. m. Pres
I recess of tho (;l'nerJsscm1Jty.. When i I of New York. dent, taking his cua from Richard
thre.ly
announced iu this case, in an opinion i action of these two sovereignties will CO'"To"-Thc sale to.1:1J'l'ro 2000 3f
there! h a failure to d 'ct, the Governor is not j Mr. Filhnore's sentiments are what! they to the Duke of
bales. Midtlling Uplan-1 i h q-iuted at 11$ Buckingham, wJl
recently delivered by Justice Thompson. ; be perceived to lw in perfect hmnon.rith i iI 19
b very 11nn.I authorized to supjly the omi :io:1. Should ought to be, says Seward. "The sun which this
; to 11 |. 1 he maiket i is too biiMr" to answer or any other
I and
To perceive the lication of our lemarli:, i the powers respectfully rightfully belonging qnej.
apj ?d>. Mall iry have declined, this wot.ld not i| he worships most, and which he will worship tion touching its ehax.eleon
it \vitt be borne iu mind that the primary duty; ; : to each.! The juncial Government aserting I ) coarse towardjFisli
'Ul.Lhreh 2) .
p.CorION.'I'he r.i. create in the souse of a resignationsuch last, is that which he gazed on in his eai host before Lh election and
vacancy Fish
required of Use late Judges of the Supreme : the right and claiming papers and re- : '* afar Lj,
i market s.ire as yesterday I i3 would tha Governor to !hour*-ihe! sun of the State of New York election.(i
empower appoint.
Couit at their first term after the State or rords of Federal jurskliction: and cases of: demand fair and prices fim: and fr.ll. One With such endorser who doubt .
\'hen tli3 Gt'Pocrds5l'I1Lly makes an can longer
smiz:1tons! to difjose} of the cases left ; like character, under the power derived from thousand and iiii v bles: sold r.t S. to 11 cents.New I CU.ULI'iT111Ht'CTOR1'
in what !
choice it is that the sc. direction the syinatuiescfI'esid&ntFillmore : escape of
a necessary pcrsoa
undetermined en tho docket of the Court of the Constitution of the Tinted States. The i i this notorious fanatic from tria'', by forftiin"
OiLEAS', March "C. J L-cted accrpii the trust before, strictly tendVhat I doubt is there now !
rroo1s cf the Ttr itory A motion was State having the sovereignty i.i all matters sp'ak.\\ I lib bonds, justly excites the indignation
(Won.-Mide'lii! jr. 10} to 11 ; Fair 1'JiJ.llaron. iag: an clcctln madj. Should the party that in the great State of New York the Up.j of b,
1JUde to dismiss one of them for want of jurisdiction not confided to and parted with to the Genei people of Maryland, in which state !
.-Sides, libbeJ, 7$ to 8 cents ; t'len! decline! it would constitute a resignation \ porters of Fiilmoiejind of Seward see l'Je tie :

bat the Court conceiung their duly -i rat Government, asserts her right, \\ith equal I Shoulders! r>\ to T$ ; IImn,8 to 9 ct:. for i.i such a se.130 as to warrant the Governor 'j cJe.and'or hip at the same fanily altar ?- tempt to abduct! the slaves wa$ made .V

as %vell as the power clear, overruled the ;' 'propriety the records nud papers belonging : plain, and 1U) to 11 cts. for good canvassed to in 'thc use of the appointing nut Mr.Mallory \ The Washington! Republic tells the country Baltimore! correspondent cf the Char toIl

motion and proceeded to dispose of that and to the State jurisdiction. The original :, the! beat feugar-cn-cd. power. : Courier says :
I Corn.-:!),<;:O sack have h;'en sold \\ith- not ha\ing, according: to the report, that the election of Hamilton Fish; the can-
ehuntetl. In like j States of the asked of I
other fcimilarly a Confederacy never I learn t1at:1 rttition
cases I largely i is
I, I iu the lat three tIs? iy?, the ruling rates for etccfplcd the oflice, of course lie has not re- !i date of the Sewardites for th! j U. S. Senate, I signed, now
Kpuit tliey acted cases fromUie Superior Congress permit-ion to try cases depending circulating, asking the Governor Marrhnil
OPt j : ood ]Into on the lovee IK ing 51 lo."j 1(; ct<. yvr v{ vi.7 it, and con eqaentlv there is no vacancy -!' gives great satisfaction to the adminiatratijn, to make a re'iui-utioa for his
Courts of the Territory, which, indeed, eo:.- in their Coast, or to retain the records oithtir bu !ul th'jnirh .itle parcels have been O j', I body, autiioriz.
I ;; > so-te: p \vi.i:!h can be fi lcd! by Executive appointmetit. : and yet Fih U known to be opposed to theingitive | ing the Executive to offer the amount of fbr-
fituted a Urge portion of the Laiiacss own Courts. I AA at,7 :s ;3't=. busltel.Unicu I.
very per- We apprehend, however, that there is 'i, ; slave 1 I law, and to chime 1 in with J.i l.is: 1! feited bail, S 10,000( 33 a reward for biajp
of the Circuits. This iieaily six j The noxv States n position equally I '
was years occupy Safety Consittco.: I authority for the report in question. ,r edo I' chief ia hid free soil dogmas, and anti-South I prehension and delivery to the authorities
no. It is now announced by the present favorable : they are *' admitted into the Union Ilesolved that the L Committee no I the State. Our people fet I Ucejly! outraged
: !
rimiaftt.
I I \ not I.no'of our own !knowledge, that ern course. In this approval the adn.inistra-
Judges of the Supreme Court, recently! elected 10fi aieqnal footing with the original States ] of New \ oik: in its open anti z alous that an incendiary like him should Come!
Mr. M. has accepted, kIt we will say that if!! tion goes over to the Sewardit, horse, foot I cs, \iol.ite! our laws
or at I'vut two of tbui, that lias exercise i al all reqiecfe whatever." I jefibrtsto secure the c.traeitiou! of I Henry 1, I thong by being a uero
he has.peremptorily declined the fact h entirely and dragoons ; and though there! may be robber; and then to make the matter
and that (: Wood iu wor?,
of jurisdiction by their predecessors WiS unauthorized "So far as Congress has not claimed these : Long- Jeorge Es-q., eonsent'nir I I
,I : to act a< tl.iir fee'd counsel I a ninsl j unknown to his fnends in this section. !| kept up a kind of grinning hostility, it will I attempt to murder: and finally Ly the paycllmlJcra.lOn
-that their poceesiion of the records -! records, it may be regarded as a sanction of' of a few dollars
the liberty of a !SlllovtnuiiauooiMit of crime, j I The truth, however, will bo known in a few 1 only be for the gudgeons abroad, where Sewlard purchaseiy
of the Territorial Courts was not rigUfti State authority," says Justice Thomp on.- \ have proved th! Mus -h-es the willing tools of da I is detested, and Fillmore tolerated-but I' release or escape from justice, and aJMpci.iihment .

\ or proper, and it is even intimated that it i Can it 1 be possible that the right! of our Courtsto kidnappers[ and are, in tlie light of iccognized : } s. probably in the penitentiary. There

was acquired by force, artifice or accident.Whether ." i adjudicate vaM number: of questionsfrom moral principle; as truly guilty of|,iracy, [1'rot tla ..'i.us Y<,rk Licnluy J/iVror.] in reality the only contention between the r seems ta be a eleteriiiination to have him
rivals will be in the race of devotion in the : bror.giit to justice, and 1 think and Lope it
ste'aleis if } had stolen Ect.
as really man as they A Startling (
these questions were raised by the j the Tenitorir.1 Court*, determined during -\\ win be done.
I free man from the coat of .Afiica for the A gentleman in our oiiiee yesterday offered I worship of the sun of New York,"by which Jet

record eo as to call for their adjudication, or i 1 five years past and many yet pending, '!' I purpo of tiu.! =ting him into the hill of Anieiicui to make a bet that William II. Seward : rnetephor we rather suspect Seward means Chaplin we believe, is a ciizen of Npr

\vlislher there has been a volunteer consideratioi J depends upon so frail a tenure! We tm't' :Ila\'cr\" would be the next President i of the United 1 the Erie Abolition Society firstly,the Wooly York, of which State Washington Hattii

($ liem, without necessity and without :: not. With the! intimation that the possession i, The above is one of the resolutions passed States It is proper to premise that the offer heads" in mass secondly, and thirdly theSilver Governor. But will Hunt, being limselfssympathiser

justification: will appear from the facts of the : of the records was obtained bv force and ar- .I }by the Mack! white and fl'.d.l'lll.om'clltim, was made by one of our most substantial I with the Northern fanatics, deliver .
I and such other odd fi-h
at Syracuse, which! we published on 31 OIL citizens, who! is an able lawyer, an observing I Greys, as
tifico which all Courts ii the habit of
C3*e. ; arc : rejecting -, I
the
I i !hIs'. politician, and a strong Union ".hi!. We :; swim in any of the political pools of the Empire up martyr per se on the demand of tb

Tlie case of Innerarity was decided bj the I r.s the foundation of an upright and |I We now repeat what has more than once confers that, coming from such a source, and : State. Governor of Maryland ? .A'w: rmo/w.

Court of Appeal* of the Territory in 18 1'i or !!; honest claim, there would seem to be very | been sttt: "d ia the newspapers : Thrvt! the Union uttered in a neeuliarlv: emphatic: manner, the -

IS.! 1, and determined by the Supreme Court i j slender reliance for rightful judicial action.if ." Safety Committee took no :Hti.'h.t.- pioposition startled us. Estimate of the Cotton Crop.A I i I National Whigs.-

of the United States in 1 iSIS and the application I such i i.. to continue the decision of the Supreme -j ever to eecim the! oxtradii.'on:: (If Henry Long Our friend backed up his prediction by I correspondent of the New Orleans Bulletin -j The Atlas asserts in the most positive fcraj
1[
1 t or any other fugitive or alleged fugitive ; that asserting that Seward couM carry to-day, ia I I that 3It33rs. Tuck and Perkins, elected to
of the Court that the beat furnishes that with the
trust
Innerarity was to we journal following
procure papers papers may 'I this Committee never employed counsel in a Presidential elections( New York, Massachusett i I Congress by the Whig! are avowed and nIl

to as to have an execution isueJ from the I I once surrendered, t-:> Eltho honor and this other of fugitive Connecticut Vermont Ohio and estimate of the Cotton crop: I national Union men.-Oswcgo Tirz s.
i ;, case, nor any case a *, j
District Couit of tho United States i in obcdi- :; credit of the Slate, and relieve its character! : nor even entertained any question in relation possibly New Ilampshirej! ; and these Status, I! Below I hand you estimates of the Cotton To be sure they are. But they are not for

enco 10 the mandate of the Supreme Court. from such an injurious imputation. i i to fugitive slave.-.\. }". Krjircss. he think, are enough to throw the election i crop-ifitle wrong in any part, I wish to shnrfir5t and for the Union afterwards.

1 The Supreme Couit cf the State never had i I i A few days since, the trial was liad in the !! So, th'nlll, tha glorification certain into the House, and when it comes to that he have the error pointed out, and some good Like ill tree Whigs, they deem the princ ta.
to show that it i is In I of freedom in with attachment
believes that the friends of Mr. Seward,either i il reason given an error. perfect harmony
possession of or adjudicated the case in any Circuit Comt of thU County of a party char Southern presses have }been making over the .
I I I'J l fair moans or foul, would manage to carry i many instances, I think, the figures are toohigh to tho Union.-Albany Journal, Whig

manner or form until the present motion was j gedith! murder, under an indictment found I I"' Union i-afety Committee" because of the the day. I J and think I venture little in assertingthat I If the Whigs of Massachusetts DOT

tl d e, and then the counsel for the opposite by n grand jury during the lime of the Territorial -:, pat the members thereof took in the Long We fancy we can see a smile of incredulity -! I can show more clearly, that some estimates elect Wiutlirop, or Briggs, or scrne qaafysonn

.f.ido-expreFH'tl an Kflercr.co about the decision \ Government.; Are we to be told that : case,seems to have }been so nuch ammunition pla\iig: upon the countenances of our Silver i! are too low, than any person can show \! i man a< senator we shall rest very well!!

and: uU not argue anv of the points I this. record was wrongfully obtained,and there I wasted. The Conmittee dil i I nothing, according I Grey friends as. they: contemplate the! a- !: that any one of the estimates is two high. Ifll satisfied with the result there, as we now(b
bove Hut it is a MI&C maxim in these estimates are any where near correct,
paragraph. with the result in Ohio.-Ohio Slate Jwmd,
decided. It is UjW with t'aasa that law for the ; to the c1 of knows
(\ve% I was no rightful jurisdiction by | : JJrrrcsJl course manifest that
war, never to under estimate the strength of it not some very cxtraordiaary Fillmore Whig.PITHY. .
we are chiefly concerned, and we proceed to tiiul, yet as Congress set up no claim to the! \\ hat it says. The claimant of the slave '\':SIft your enemy. Seward is ten times the fox : causes are, and have been at work, producing -
I
make good.the allegations in our last, and record, this would cure the defect? j to fight! with the abolitionists alone. It and twenty times! the politician that! ever Van the present depressed prices? I ask all Tho wag of tha lio-to ?:*

yet oiaint'du that the lights of the State have It is not a little surprising that hit this': has been: t-aid that trj! cxjwme attendant on Buren wa, and has a better chance for the parties interested in the great staple of the pithily S:1Js-
I than the! "Kinderhook South. to inquire into the matter-it'there are
been invaded: and our sovereignty ignobly doctrine of non-claim i is admitted as proper: the recovery of the'bn.15! all borne by this Presidency now I I; It is stated that Shadr.ich fled to Csaakj
gician" had: two before his election. errors in the estimate, point them out, and if
furrcndered to red.!nd assumption and I, for the Circuits it i is rejected as a lule of action -: Committee, Lut we infer frun tie! h:: uajrcqjoted He is not only years a cunning politician who ,, there are "extraordinary, causes" at work, I j' and has arrived upon that! soil where :a slaw:.

dictation, thereby reducing tl.c position, stand- '!! fur the Supreme Court. They will have t.at! it did no s-ich! thing, or if it did, knows how and when to throw out sweet [point them out too. My object is to arrive at I I cannot breathe-as it is reported that andtw-the:-

lug and power of our own tribunals to.add to j I notUug to do Auth the record, nor (.xecutionft'' thc members are too timi-1 to acknowledge J it. morsels of promise to catch the favor of the : the truth-the whole tiuth-and nothing bat i gitives death.in that"province lrc .t.u\'i:1g

the already overgrown impoitance tf the and decrees of the Territorial Court of Ap: : Tims we see that even in the city of New people, but !he possesses a Cardinal I'ichtliou! the truth : lug to .
in 'I'LurlovVeed and in I| Estimate of tho Cotton Crop oflSoO-31
l-'cUeral Judiciary. I peals. The Couit must then bo of the opiti- i, YOlk, where there! is so much at stake, commercially a powerful ally LAOT WAREASTS.-Tha Wakolh! Tan
Cardinal I Hughes I ti> aid him in n'iy Jts-iitical i March I 1S31.
His flrf.t asserted that these records belongto ion that Judge Bronon, of the Dihtrtct Court, ; speaking! : to induce the mo.-t strenuous 'lot necessary to the It'coml'i.htJl.'llt of his. RcCfive at nIl the ports to date as per Price Current I announces that Several LanJ Warrant, i iI issued

the General Government.; With greater is to authenticate records of cases hI the Su- : efforts to 1I:.lltaiu the good opinion. of ambitious scheme Tlie press, aloo, of the } . . . . ..-. ._.. ..1,6Q3,1S5 in pursc:1nceOl the late Bounty A&

propriety, we think, it may be paid that the! perior Couits and Court of .\111 eJl11', ': the South( the avowed f.i-Mids: of the fugitive State of New* York, so Jar: at Il':1StB the j i Atuju-'ta UecciveJ aii-1 suvl! Hamburg! n.w at interior Feb. 1,.to-nn.,05,553Columbty 4 viz: have been received at the Newport PKI:C.Mce. :

tuitors are the true owners-tlie record, COli.fhtinz -I Webster and President Fillmore the recordsin slave bill! cower before' tho opposition to it. rural districts" are concerned, is already Ga. Feb. 22. .. .17.7ifMtiorti -

I [ suborned to his purpose, awl do.3l'lJ affiliated Ga. March 4. . . .17.7SOi
of the pleas and other jircnaredJiy in the Executive D-'nartmcnt in.-.tead of What ith South from such
to
J papers our,I I expr.'t I : Alo, Morth .. .. .
I to the central oriran" at \ ar.v. i Mt.nttjoriierv, 1 16,15;) CQ'ho is responsible for tfcis I

their attorneys lull paid for by them;, and j own State Secretary and Governor. jTor j} friends I What hope can she have for the: fntvrc In New 1'nqlar.d! ; the IoAton! Atlas, for' MtmphiTtnn} FtL. Id.20,000 Sarah (Abraham's Sarah) i is the odfJ! .

t the cleik also paid for tho care of them. It 1 our own part, we see no greater nccesMty of the permanency of the Union, when many years the leading journal J of the WhSij.; ; (ColambU Total: S.received C, FrU!and 1.uii Land .5/5CO. .-. .I,83".02J 142.SS3: man, it is believed, whose age, at the time<111

is true the Government appoints an officer to for a fonnal transfer, on our admission, of' it i H dumonstratt'd daily befou'hcr eyes that party, has gone over to the "woul '.hl .i'," I Estimated rnnocnt to come fr m sundry places: her death, is mentioned ra the Holy if'tun's.

the .lor*?, foot and dragoons, and all its eastern Yazoo rivt-r and tnbuta e'. ,, .20,\.xt the difficulty
adjudicate cases, and an agent, the clerk, the records of the Courts, than of the capital those who have tha greatest interest in its Now-a-days great
'I I, satellites are tumbling after it. Tl.e I ailiigton : Vicinit of Memphi4 and IlatcLue her lir time.
to keep the papers in order, and render ether or other properly possessed by the TerritorialGovernment. continuance: arc backward in support of the Free Press and the Vermont Watchman, (I rh't.r. . .._ . . .15,000 find out a woman's---age, -in ,---

service in tho conduct of the business }but ; : that will Tennessee river and Xu.-L"ile.. .40.CCO'
it'?
; i i only measure perpetuate are intensely; wooly, and are said to be in i Arkaa-as and White rivcr1(10) The Jenny Lind Lift.-\ large propor&J
this makes them the I I ________ Sewardites.i 1 I of the ladies of New York have adopted fcNightingale's
no more owners than the The true portion( in our humble judgment, the pay of the Red an.! OuacLita river.15,000Siuttering '
I II .
possession by a sheriff marshal: of property : is that declaicd by the unanimous opinion of! Missouri; Le lature. Tie! Portbllli'l'rti*cr is assuming the I i from 3Iifc ssipj.i nver. .15,000 ; ; fashion of lilting: :rh.ir3b '
I i| The X.tihcil'e Cuiiccniion! Hesitations. and there is i Te\a.... the therein them phren1 1cgSl
scarcely
same complexion, a temples, giving
under l-xccution gives owners-hip to tho Govcm the first State Judges in Ucatty Ko ,
: vs. s.- In I the Missouri 1 lIOlIe of standard bearer left the old editors Ton.bigbee, Warrior and AabanitInterior be hind &e cuitamof SCO
II Hcpresentatives, on among Whig j a peep as (were
rncnt. On our :ldmi ion, the trust (of the] Terri- I rivtrs .. .. . .. .40,000 t&
I[ the 22d ull... the following soluiyns; wcic of New Ilngland, who fights under the ; of Georgia., .. .. 50.000 very interesting localities. Toacertaklitof
Admitting the Government to be owner, 1 tonal Government) (''r1rcd, and each party I i'1 adi.pie by a vote of l"i() to G : broad banner of the Union, upon the broad Interior of south Carolhn.50,000 faces, says the JI mar, the style 3 tl'I

through their agent*, during the time of theTerritory i j was reunited to the: position \\hich, accord- platform!: of the Constitution. ', Florida.- ,' -S09.COO I becoming, but to the majority of ladies it ti
I licsulrnl That! in tie! ills i1tItihe ,
diiinion of bolJtt.
do they continue w after admissioninto jing to the structure of the State and 1'cderalGovernment1' Theew IScdfoid Mercury, a paper of'I I decidedly otherwisegivitig! them a
i ( ptartici of':<. \ cuing such! bujics as ihe Estimate of the whole crop (.f 1S50-51. .2,145,023 "W'
in the Old the of obstinate
faced look
the Union, when, }by this very act, their each should! respectively occu late N:li\iIe 1:i COIIH IIi)1I: is dangerous in its some importance Colony, organ I Bat there i hi to be deducted from tJJhI a- reminding one l '
( of the Gunnels: and other millionaires of I licks" the sklesof theirfcrchea
I I Cotton be llomjihis
inouRt, to brought at upon .
olficcrs are displaced, and their commissions IllY: neither t-upet ior nor having gi eater claims, :i tendencies, calruUfrd! lo filler sectional jealnii'ies crname'11'!
Bristol County, comes out violently against for manufactnrinii at the West- was given to woman for an :
Annulled They could not then! adjudicate I cxcej't over subjects where exclusive right or | and weaken the bond of the Union. the fugitive slave law, and i.i view of the I'itt.bhrgVhceing \\elU-bur:;, and beautiful ornament it is, when piopeily *

: | Tim people of :Missouri will co.opi-r.tio with Cuuiultou, .. . . .25,000" know k
: holds the who
tho cases depending before tho Territorial jurisdiction may prevailThis J \iew is fens- coming: contest, following language: but there are very few
I ; no "1 allizl'cJ body, }Jo it North or ooulh, the Deduct 5 'cent fur short weight, l CUOO a f
Courts, IS not }being appropriate to their jurisdiction mined 1 by those very cogent and coiiclu.ierematks I ;appai t'tit( object) <
may brought to advocate, or defend, or tolerate theFugitive merchantable Cotton .. .. .,.. .20,000-151,000 sweet face to render this frowsy fashion
and the records of of Chief Justice Marshall! : national discoid ?
cases disposed in the to alienate cue portion of of
Slave Law, or will they ever aid in .lerabk. Th..re is a great deal exp J
of would b
them for any purposes of justice. If they Canter, in which ho says : In legislating for : \enoration of the people for the union of who ]has ben tho champion of that law.- Jfeies.Preserve.

had poj-sopfcion, it would merely be to dtliver I the TtrrUorie Congress exercises the combined the Slate Who ever eUc may be the choice of the North I art a Democratic supper at Washington '
KcsuJccJ That
I tIll Flo-ise :
emphatically the of South Carolina correspond
probabilities \
seceding -
for tho Whig Presidential candidate it will : Hams.-
them to the State Courts the rightful i of the General and of your
as baring powers a StateGovernment. denies I be Iocti( use of secet-sionas maintained
I ) not be Millard Fillmore, nor Ins Secretary of I from the Union being under discussion, the Nashville! Banner furnishes Lid paper'
jurisdiction and control of thorn. A for- 1 Peter?, r1 W.; i I by .OUI hem ii !statesmen and dis! l'nls (rom the ;
I resolutions of lie State. one of the party, celebrated as a shrewd politician the for preserving hD15 ..
I Nashville! following recipe
nvciition
nial assignment or transfer would, in no re- 1 nOJ idL Hep. 209. ] as en.dosed These indications should not bo unheededby ;
; tj Cifiellency: (the Governor; I in the country, offered the following and insects Lich he says nets1"-
by bugs ,
ppect, bo proper, on account of the want of We, then, maintain that the recoids of the ) the sentinels on the watch towers of the
'
the I Hon. C. J.
McDonald "
( of Georgia; and sentiment : 111e best commissioners to
tested
interest in the subject. A transfer supposes Territorial Corn ts not uf Federal jurisdiction Ihe ; Republic. It is time to sound tho alarm to :
j Goveinor is 3'the
j respectfully reuested|' to re- South C:1r01in:1Tho Union of the Union shoulders do\\1l
hams and
the within tho citadel. Our enemies Take
tho parting with an interest. Indeed there (for these were ordered by the late Judges to turn the resolutions( to Mr. McDonald with a sleepers your of April, an ::
arc already in tho field, and the next cry will and the Press-The election of DOUULAS middle: of March or first
wouU l baiio little presumption in; a Government the District of thcfce 1Csou1011s.I : ; ) t
be delivered to Court,) arc in law. copy it stong
be, The Philistines are upon us. and HUNTER President and Vice President them in boiling lye (have
undertaking to give what rightfully belonged ful charge of the State, and not of the (;en- I Heaven help the South when she has to'' The Van liurcn wing of the Democratic them out imm'ditl\, and cover the nwith ._.J\s
of the United States. The toast drank "
to another. ral Government: ; that their possession bv receive the advice of such miserable com party stands ready to go over to the Seward. was as much black pepper (v *;iJUI1t'

i:_ *f It i is for this very obvious reason t1l:1tl State authority was not by force or artifice, 'forters." They arc themselves ready to boblavcs ites for a consideration," say an Attorney three times three, with the wildest enthusiasm- will adhere to the meat ;. (then. bang np t k-' "J

for Butler and mission to St. Among those present, the editor of the Southern I If the above directionsare
Generalship a
of Territorial records is not to be and are well described 3Ir. diately. '
; transfer }but rightful and legal, and that the cases from by Cling- 1l10keIiL
i James for Prince John while the Hentonians and the hung in a dry airy
meat
Press, FISHER and DfiLcAX, also MAJOR
5 found in of the repeated acts of Congress man, whig member from North Carolina in tJe
JOfj
!r any those Courts were rightly subject to tho adjudication of tho South-west are marching up a motley I will guarantee ;it to be free from
the editor of the Union.
i' > admitting Territories; into the Union-we of the State :luthol tics. a speech delivered by him in tho House of regiment to join the invading hosts of the DON ELSO>, new tationsofthebug and fly for ten le

fchall find acts of Congress providing for tho ----------' I Representatives on the I5th February: North. Friends of tho Union, look to your CJr At a recent sale Jenny Lind's fur- practical Farmer and Cardener.-

transfer of and records m cases arising Governor of Virginia. Certain professed national and armor! The Battle of Waterloo is yet to be f
papers organs niture in New Orleans, her vase de nuit was is Dem
out of and appertaining to 1'cdcrajunis- The Legislature of Virginia has elected orators have preached devotion to the Union fought DEMOCRACY.What %'r:
knocked off after an animated bidding at the asked scnatofo"f
Col. Joseph Johnson; democrat, Governor of in any event, and under all circumstances. And this is not all, Mr. Jl/trror. Your especial once sneeringly a anstfcrea P"
alto
diction, and of causes, actions, &c., I moderate price of twelve dollars. The fortunate len. The Ohio senator :
A baser sentiment never fell from tile lips of -
J. is favorite and tho
the EtJlt Mr. from tho Western favorite pcr sc of the '
in tho Territorial Court uitue of por-
pending by mortal. It is the the article for as followS:
a substantially same with. purchaser designs a punch b'F
tO
of tho Stale. lie ha* served in Congress, Constitutional Union Party" of Georgia and sentiment noiled JtI
;
the Federal jurisdiction, to the Dittiict Courts the doctrine of passive obedience, and nonresistance bowl. So saith the Delta. DemocracY,

1, of the United &.atests Alabama. Stor)'! and in tile State Lcgitlature, and was at the I which brought the head of Charlesthe el-ewhcrc for the Prcsisency in 1852, MIL- ,corrupted or compromised.tlno"dange'lt! OPP ;,

of 1U lection a member of the Convention the block. Since LAUD FiLuroiu:, is coalescing with the same baseness, it cowers to no
lit
laws U. t. So also in tho cases of LouUian- time : ( to then no KnglUhman -. MAMMOTH HOSE.-We found on our table only of d PO

and Missouri. now in Ees ion, for amending tho Con- j, has. had the effrontery to avow such I despicable faction-if the Whig parly in on Thursday morning a beautiful nose of the no weakness.consen'atoroflibertl Destructive ;:
na opinions. Its only.mpportt'rs in this New York bo denominated faction." it 13 the sole ,1iroperty.
In like manner the States on their part provided stitutiou. He is represented as a man of formerly wero the tories of the revolution.country may a Luxemburg species, tho largest we ever saw. It ia the sentiment of bf-

for cases and recoids belonging to State Cue talents, and thorougly iralued with a : Those who have preached the doctrine in our At n recent entertainment given by the corpc, In circumference it measured thirteen and a equal rights, equal obligahonStld'Inature l

jurisdiction. Our own Conbtitution, having : genuine Southern spirit |I day, will only find their fellows among the ration of New York city. to tho members of half, anti in diameter four and a half inches. 1 pervading the law of(


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Broviu.Ve on honest intentions to supply my deficient j When'Do'tors disagree,vho shall Decide" Plow New ,and Cheap Spring\Gccds State of Florida.

th Ky \'et (;a:11ej.L.e3s in alilit; k. I Having I no asHrali.Mi: ** for such I Our whig fiiendsareia, great troubl about 't r o CAST Sweeps ia store,nrid for sale nt low T IIE subf-cribcr has just received a'"new end -well- LEON CIRCUIT couIr-iNcFiANcEny.-,
Jt;
CAP! distinction, and no party or wctionnlievsto a name fur the new Party. At Milledireulle, I Iit mtla- JAS. 15. GAMBLE.AplLI5. sected stock of merchawiize.'Tiiriich the public: .' WillutaW Checker.ra. .
1'v the Hon. Mr. Pillory, I thw li51. 13 arc uniu-d to call and examine l cfrb they *r e 'ii
promote, come among-t you as CliiotMagWratJ vv.40 b-iptiscd: Constitutional l-tdo'i" 1'arty. .. purc
of V.'e. wdlJrnvn --- ] ;- It ewi'ists in part of a general assori'iueat cf Dry Ellen A. Crocknbrou, widow and adrnirtistratrixot
citizens Koy Stat
tu! the
o1 ao : of ?, having only common A large meeting ia rhiladelpaia a few days
Brandy.pul5.183I. Goods, Homo mo-t beautiful for the Ladies, as well a* WilLiam 11. *BrocLeabn'4h. deceased, LucyKrocke.ibmu
ifl C<"- 10 lie fckad, OAti0! oc- interest at heart no,cliitncd itthe "FiUtnarc Union Wit'"?' 1 CASK very$'Jprkr Br.mjv.J4 the useful for all Groceries-Sagar, G>Jee, Tea*, >;h, Arthur S. BrucUenbrourth, Thos.V. .

f orniflg Ms rccclltMiLLOJVTS riit there, as iio 1iIireflncY Toaiteea years ago I i iited this Itlnnd Pat'ly. Come gentlemen, the days of I Heathen -' 13 ".JAS. 13. OAMBLU Tobacco, Cigars Candles Soap, Bacon, Lard, Flour, \ ruckeibrouih, Geurre L. Brockeubroujjh

rIsjOfl: when but a small community, distingnthedhy IvtheJogy are over-one name if you please. nnd Liquors of the best quality-Crockery, Stone raid George S. Hjv kitis and Maty R iSawkin. hi*
rely. I intelligence and Notice. Glassware, Iardware-Boots and Shcn,, an ,
enti-rprbe hospitality
: ,
and B. ifun children ot John VV Brock
ortmcnt of Men's >y's Clotlu-ig-Corn, Oil,
formed a small neuclus atound which your V/hat's the matter w5th your veal 2" said 1HAVE lax anpoinlid, SIMON TOWLF. Eq., Atlor- Plough-points and Heel. Straw Cutters, ite. ito, Ac. en'jn.u. hdeceased, Lnrv B Maxwell, Elizabeth

ADDRESS. city has grownup. Since that time, the a nasal-voiced Yankee to a street batcher the for t.ic Inan.tempnt<>rihi of* Civ all buamcsi, mv azenl anJ attornej. all of which, fur caih or punctual payers, will be sold V. Maxwell, Simeon M.vell, Margaret Cham-

mreraor IJrown: Tho jioopla i of ionroekarned stonn* and the floods have past over your oilier morning, w hat makes it look so blue! jhescTtltmenti.l I 1'the Estate of r.v decea-Ld rnnnertid husband with unusually. low. plin Sims, widow .t 4dmintstratrt of WilliauiY.
Masvn and Far
\ Suns,deceased,Martha Sims,
with plea-ure jour Kxcellcnf-) Ue- Island destroying the labor and toIl of many Did'nt iJ;c did it ?r' William II !HrockrnSrotuh. THOMAS HAYWARD. ish Carter.
March 29, 1851. 12 6t
' f iHthig this city ; and, actaxed :is'ell years, but undismayed, yon have risen, not Xo," paid the other, it did'nt ilic, zactl vft ELLEN) A UROCKCNDROUGII, Ad'mx.Apri5. .- IT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by

"? ? their own self respect as by t! gen.l 1'hcpinx-like from her aie *-but like the kind o' gin out .'" ISSI. 13 4t Dissolution of Co-Partnership. atf divit made in thi<< cue, that defendants,ArhurS -

by ia which you aic held, they! call. (Joddess of Beauty from iie< Sea ; and a ilour- List heretofore exKtin between Brockenbrou.Thorna* W. Brockrnbrou,
of
l tortn Letters rpIIE co-ptirtner-lup ;; r'.iomiV.: Hrftckenbrough and John \V. Brocket
r3 uWie!! meeting, and made arrangwieiits ishing cily is now lining upon your Island, 1 the nn,i j OBITUAEY.Il' T) EMATXIXG b the Post Office at TulkLassce rouah, infant hildren ot Brockeabroogh.decea'edand ,
' arrival. In be-half ih* Com1PC decorated with commodious Churchcs, halls It, the 1st 1851. on Bu ine"", w thi day di-y-olved bv mutual consent. Fansh Carter, reside out of the Stale
Apr'J,
your nt liir -i Jcncchi Leon Count; on tLc Soilif All holding claims ngain t the late firm are
Arrangements, ) have now die lion- Justice, elegant and subtantial' private residences Alarni JrAlli persons tf Floridabexond thejuriadiclionof 'his Courtbut
!UItlee ol Jhn-K the Hev. ANDREW TAYLOU, 111 the 61t ; ;, Ktiapp Mr E requeued to present them; and all per-on indebted, In the United Slates and that dtfetidants. Lucy
and of uU in and! ul! the evidences of ;
assuring \ prosperity on. Gen A K Kern K
f addressing you either by note er account, are notified that it w forth .rockenbroush, Genre S. Hawkins and Mary R.
fly f the t'onimitleoand our people gencrua and refinement. year of his aje.In Allen! Mi-s S A 2 JX>WH, 3IiLvnn s .-ir interest to settle the same \tkhout delay. law kins,his wife,Margaret Champlin Sims,widow

that your presence i is the source if Unfintd You labor, fellow-citizens, under all the the death of this excellent man, Micicty La su Allen. Sanniel Lee, Mi SAl Either of the under-igned i is authorized to me the and adininutrajrix <>f William W. Sims, deceased,

,.iJy. ratification, and that the utiVersal tlkidumtages of n comaun.ity tcra-ated from tamed a los of no i Jinary cli racter. He was an af- UittVWAtkhnnn, F M name of the firm ia settlement and Martha Maon Sims, re-side beyond t Ihe jurisdic-
Mrs S A L-r
ectionato hu--l uiJ anJ mauljjciit BUisteratin ..JL'iiur ISAAC BUXTIXO. lion of this Courtbut in the Western Circuit ot the
hiarent-an
the
community extends to ahea'.1y State to \vlijch .Mid
IenWfl1 of this you yon belong, deprived Alle-i, A L MaNn 3 ROSWELL II. WILLARD. State of riorida
cordial 8 wclcpms.i of all the benefits of commercial, and indeed .1 neighbor generous licncfactor t.> tin IHUTm Andrew, "W FAllen Z Luid-ay, A H 2 Talofo, Madison County, March 16,1831. It i,, therefore:Ordered, That said defendants te-

iliir i: geopTiplfr al position has hith- of forial intercourse. A lid. from the peculiar fxtnipldrv cluktLm-and a zealous Hibti'r of L A Lester, W C si.ling in the \Vpslern l Circuit of the State of Florida,

Jur nretlu'k'd p' ustVoia that intimai i.itir- geographical form of our *tote, this is an etil ti e GO'C1 j ; antidU did Le fulfi1 the dJiics of AiiiMin, Ja'nes* 1Tkn W P X. B.-R.IL WILLARD t CO, successors toF.unt- appear and answer the Hill of Complaint filfd inustf

fr:') exchange of (kid ndrnrUc which has bligiitedits ptospetity and shed its tue various relation of l.fe, that he tstaLI eJ a Hal Iwin, .7 1 Le-ter Mrs G lag t Will.ird, reptetfully solicit the custom of the this within'\\o months, and the defendant
rOUt '. that plfasjug lUr.h, C F 2 Loocwo.id. G friend of Bunting A WiHaril Th-y have on han l. 'cs ding bejond the lidiifrf of the State of Florida
fiNUi0"** with our ft'IJnvutufiisu iniluence over I Utiij t. The East has liaroctor worthy of imitation. Allliougli a awn of RutMrs E K 2 AV
every Lindzy, anJ can supply at short notice, Ifames.-, Sole, and iihin four mrfnth-* from th date of the publication
; f-o productive of faantiuny in aLai no comaierce or trade with the !\Iiduie\ and na* uiumg manncrh, by las con t.altexcrtil' .8f..r the fUker, Col J 2 Meadow, P S Upper Leather, IIarnc. ingle an 1 double, and plantation ol l Ilii-J Order, or the said Bill will be taken for con-

co.nsiur.iiy ; but ncitlu'r the ilirfanee ; West, the"Went has none with the Eactand* nan-fit of others, Le bad acquired die re j>ect *fa very Kaird, W \7 Nil'1h'o U W MHVS; all made from the best SOCTOERV material le'-cd asjai.T-t th m.,1ml .

ti' of waters \vliieli dhidf us, pair; Middle -and jou here, at the extreme South, xtonsivc acquaintance, ns well as the ijTrm aat*' regard Brown, lit R.v E SlcCtdl Mr and at prices which will compare favorably it i* further Oidrrrd, That publication of
,rthe wa Drown, 11 ts DUuenuui JIcNicb. I-abela! with Northern importations. thi< Ordfr be made ii> sme newspaper publi' hed In
u cn our attnt-lunent for every pait ->f our bvjmed have none, with any other portion of the of those \\Lo wore ultimately acqiai'ittd Kbiim. J 2 MCK re, K M March 1651. 12 St Tallahassee once a wefk for the'.:iareof four months.

lai'S or o-Jr res; ect for her Chief .Magr.lj State. The representative of the respective Tmn the bud.leimess and VMilenre of tl.c attah Bartlett, J C Jlclntj" Dr 2 J. U'AYLES BAKER, Judge, i.c.20lh .

', ; > \\V are unit l t<* tier by tie strong- Disiuctstncet in the councils! of the Plate ns which jircduccJ bis death ,he "was deuieulihu j nilejcf Ilnmn, JT.vr J.rri! G FMuick. Per V/m. R. Pettcs.TN" March, 1S5I.

aflVeUoa aid this bonds of very stzanget adding bi dyoig testimony ta the truth of -* ljrriw, Mila M Mavin, W per OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk.

) mnstruiti* us to wear a greater length of synijjiitliy-ol interest ; hence the languid condition ; vliich it was his great delight and eiiitfbtsiaes Battle, I 1) S Mntomer'c-) II have juit 10 received Casks Side from Bacon X.! Orleans, By HUGH ARCHER, Jr., D. C.

: : of every thing iu regard to I Intprnalimprovement. to propagate whilst living ; Inrt the djistianifo lkke! ; JUnker 2 Mel'1Mrsn. tiI 10 do Shoulders, March22lSSt. 11 4m

I rtatJ iliiN fir, as a most i1erctiit We know cacli other only iu \rhich lie ever uuiutjiicd, funiialieswith atrong J L OUnuwli Jl.' 'ntaiii, John CJMclXjHjIl. 20 bbls. Me- Fork,

eveIl! w' tilLitory of osr ItJaud. The frei- our political rolatiui.s. It has been my fur- ; asburaact Iliat be is now enjoying the ie.tronuMjd Ikasehv, Miss. C S 31 v-riek .].T Rev V,' 12J( do superfine and extra Flour, State of Florida--Gadsden County.
before bet'ua- ft'llow-citizens for th 20 half bbls. St Louis dj .Middle Circuit of Florida-In Chancery.
have tune
never more m
,j9V, of our i pt'oih' twtniy > to all believers.K would tht-reforc aiTcc- owti; Mss ilaryMis lluwba. Miss 31 E
w.aLiiiwd 1 by. nor bttc they evt'i b&eu called years just, to have occa>tona'ly! ropn> onU'd a ioiatily f:1y to tLo-'e upon 'nhoni thi-< visitation lias Br.l, I-' Moore. Mi's 1'xiy 20 5 bbl Keg. Leaf da Lard, SPRING TERM, A. D., 1S31.

uixm toaw.iiMe: UJKJU any similar occasion. | portion of the people of this Mate in thLeg- alien must hcaiy! "that U.ey should not sorrow even Brtiwuea, il A Miner, B F 10 bbU MoLiaso, Archibald Nicholson, Complainant,
.' have not lived wholly out ofUl islttive Dfpartiufnt of die tovcrnmotit and Bradhtw, E March Mra M vs.
sir, u i 10 Sack Coffee,
And voJ N. Erecn-
I us oth"rs ulio l a\e no bojxs. I.rhlotte J A J Jame* Nicholson and William Avrriff.
bii havj xviUK-ssed here without la have met the from the oth- Murray, 500 buJicli Corn,
Representatives
? \\oild t i I t ;'" Sonanel will ]>lca>c copy. BLron, \\ Mayors Mrs SBt'v.s. tots of Milcolm! N'lchoKondeceased, Wiley Bltw-
ai v public I'IMJ >n t"atiunthe presence ofdi -- l er iJistricts-some of whom it is. my good for- :': B S Melviii, Moss S J For sAle 5000 low pounds f. cnh.PEIIItY Bran. for Cows. itt, A-lnnrii-itrator on the es'jte of Arabella! Blew-
4IO !kve stamped their tune to ni.se in this afcsemM\ but linxfo J HBnmch J 'r i t,deceased, Hurreil llinson aad Mary his wife,
U (TiaVil UI '"-nh n U now recfi -., J3f Tliere will be a Itosru'ar M''ctiij of ; MtrcLev, & ROWLES, Auctioneers, ic. al. Defendants.

naait UJKIII tlnir a e-uion whose voices and we net not as the Ieprsenlatirs of a ppojj'le. ZJ.cKON LODf.E No. 1. this eveninir, at ,i W T 2 M.wn'D Ere March 22, 1851. 11 et affidavit.( it appearing to the satisfaction of

%*1t lieJ ill ca.iiact! and ii field5, iu the I hating a common intprc't-each Di-tiict 411 <''dfl(1.! at the JLi'--nic Hull: liuihiva i igoJ in Bontou, AVUnnicttc B TVr.ii'I.r M< S E O the Coort that Jafip Nicholson, William F.

puhie! ioiuinand in the secret temple of na- looked alone to i its im.T.edi.ite HcrJ benefits. stndni. viiriar 1Iic city, ar' t
luv..1 v.in the ear of I'aaie. Hut, wej"au' i A jealous watchfulness and distrust matl.od DYKt: :; Secrtlary. Oiivt-r, JajiitjsOrr.J TUST received per Bark C. Wynn*, pliin: anl printed in s.nd Bill, reside out of the State of Florida and
Ijtv I, Barege Organdies Silk Tissues, Jaconean1 within I he limits of the State cf Georgia
printed :
l tlieni by sir,to extend our heartsiad j their course towards each other; nod all Cwn John
piskd To the Citizens cf Leon County. Swiss Mu h M, Plaid, ('iirile.I and Chambray // i* Onhred, That the said James Nicholson,
our luii'Mjywu, because: \ve feel that jfedutncb: of a fitatc character, were pure ioI tr I respectfully announce myself a condiiUi! for dme Culinvi., JCrornartie.J 2 Plant Owcn-v JPowll J A Gmcrham, plain and printed Lawns, Inxn! .h Ti,ijehliawl William N. Aeritt, and Wiley Blewitfappear ami

\ MI :r t pi- ..sl'idji identified, in your prha 1nd I be defeat'.d in the struggle for local advantages. be ffii'o; cf Jndi of Probate for the County cf Leon J C L 2Coquit. Jenny Lind Yiite, Lace. Capes. Colar! and answer said Bill of Complaint according h law,

pub'i n-ljilMns with much that \ve hold To this caut j we may ck-aily trace theprebt'iit at the <'Kv'un 1:1 October next. Jlcn W T 2 Patrick JIPatterscii Cuffs, together with a great variety ef fjncy articles, otherwise the same shall be taken pro confesso a*

+imMl-aiurli that awaken* in our breasts a I unimpro\ed condition of oar Stta, Mare! 15, 1 M 1 JESSE ATKINSON. Ccrv! :Mrs 31 E to which we invite the attention of HEIR the L.uie i! RUST. to Pitnitlril them : That a copy of this Ordr he published

hdh.-r Bi'iitiaK'.jt; than any d*'?reo of baeceshia and accouut for our reJung so fr bvltiud C=aIch.rn, J Q A rca.butui. R \VPlrmnur MirJi 22. 1851. 11 tf once a week for the space of four months in thv

such purMiits could pwbsaUy elicit.Ve our iiotir states in all that is necessary to Cummer Clotliiiig1.A (lonmnV J Floridian t Journal a new'oap T rublished in lii*
E U II A
\ greet VIU eir, as men who loavc sncripd render a free people, profperous and happy.JLhave B. CLARK has jot rectivetl from New Yoik.t Cdl OUKT. J Putter Pdim-r.I L Uev Groceries. city- ci Tallahassee within ffm Circuit.

sertioiul di/T'Tences/ local antipaUiief, for many years, devoted uiy feeble \.. varitud a jientrj| a .tSe,<'r>inciil, which of summer will(I he sold clothing the of Clay, CO 2 iVlt, D W JUST received JMr Kirk C. Wynns Loaf Segar JOIN! ER5KINE.J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.

nd every element of discord upon the altar ability to the promotion of a liberal f-y tem of *im very*{ rea4fbtIte tonn, at the well ku>wiilore on oj) Ck-rtv J Prime. Ur CV! 2 in barrels and half barrel: Rio, Laguiro, and Solicitor ani of Counsel for Complainant.A .

fl'a: warm hit1nt1ity-'e; greet yon as a Internal luiprovemcnl, having for ils object \l< aroe Sr,. lutnu-rh (K-cnpi hy ('| uk At Sa rail, G W Ponca, Ja 'iit Java Coffee. Tobacco, Soda Crackers, I'ii.e Apple true copy froLT the record :-Altt>*f.R .

1rivatv ciiize:!, wlio .e %iriues are as well nu.IersI4od the removal of these local j.ujudices, by cultivating A hue lot t 4 f CU-ths.Fa'KV and I'.lacktcs 1)ie.&kin \>bjs| Mrs B K(m ling, AV Cheese, Sperm and Adamantine Candles HEIR,&for RUST.sale low C. LESTER, Clerk.

.ind areciated here as in the field a more profitable mid social intercourbe ('atim.rt'tl Col'd- and XVIiite lriL1it. Ir3p'1tt. chtnB Cook! J Jr It-itLuj.i. JI'airlianLs'.G WCr.rne by 3arth22,15I. 11Castings. Mirrh S l5l. 0 -Jm
,
Ran1olph
White and Fancy Uriih'cSatins! and l-aury bilk
of their grct1ct cxtrci&-a.nd we greet, you between every portion of our state, W-tin \\iiifh) he i is prepared lo manufsctcre in J ii ] .n.Iu1ph, LtvvCt'kirn. State of Florida.
Chief Magistrate of Commonwealth ard ia the of which 1 trust fellowcitizuis H It 2 Itaniol1h, SClak .
:as the a success my such a manner as to ( \1ot.n the most taslidous.AI 11IDDLE CIRCUIT-LFOX COUXTY.IX .
10 wuicli our hare devoted. \Ve fully UTI11 of Key West, would not be the !eat >0_ Cap 1tan1ol1'h. 3ils JCauu \ LARGE assortment, just received and f>r salexl CIIAXCFJIY.
\ full a *orment of Shirts, Dta 'ersiK'd and Thread Mrs B RoItMod, JCruinartie low HEIR & RUST.
by
of J.
'n-4ltilttics benefit
board
rvtaii'J i'i"! oar position Claiming the Gulf
: -; i a sea on Archibald P.ui > and Ann Euiethewifeof! saidArch-
Mr E A Rakr, Jh&res
rtloxps Coliais lUK-Ilos. Col'd. Muslin and Silk
March 22,1851. 11
aid t lit ilie :Ma-istrate and thetuau we icuder and Atlantic, which i in extent and importance Cravzti-, lldlJ* touts, ic F 1iiadi, S J WPhatres ibaht. and J-hn A., Daniel G.Sila- P., F.liZabetfi,

oar retyn't ful gi. ings. I ITiuie is little inferior, to the sea bnaul of all the April 5,1>' l. J3 tf Mhs; F ltenvou, A 0Chaires Corn, Oats, and Hay. Marv Ann. Mariar! and Frances C. Rule, infant
cuit kuo greater instrument of1jnral other Atlantic States.-v\ith l.st harbors in __ T 11 2 P..omargin,..1Chaire. cLtldren of said Archibald and Ann Bute,

power k:iown to die a T
a fue and eiilijljU'aed! Commonwealtlu( All class bhips of \\ ar, south of the Chesepeake milE mil)1 Tiu< r i opmin? to-day a fnall invoice Mi.i S. Rhodes. .1 J1)iiiLt' 50 bales IIayt their children. I'tneMa ShetSetd and her husband

4'iat v.e ciu: d-i io our indivi'lual relations to bay ; and with the islands of Key West and I. of Dress Goods, Bonne Ril-bons, Florence Silks, I ,S J loberto; A EDurane Now lantliiy from ling lTranT anil for sale by Br an SbeGstld.Wil'ujnH' Allen Joseph Allen,
Ac., which he offers at very low prifci*. MeXAUOlIT & ORMOXD. F. Allen Laura C. Alien
Jefferson Susannah AlIVn -
-is to the die Delta of the A 2 Ryan, LDeniprey.
irJ ,!: ., s.s nothing compared Tortagas: farming extreme
<
Aprils, 1851. 13 JAS. B. OAMBLE.Coots. Newport, March 22, 1$5i. 11 John C Allen, and Thhza Ana Allen, and
W
Swab W 2
Mrs S
boundi.iiiueuce!*? i extending to g.4ierat.ioniu.erci.ed Mi f4>MJppJ by which the wealth of its mighty' Dent Laac Snith,, ..1logett,1)r.1 I Daniel McRainy.LT .

upon: human liappinefes by a well valley and tributaries must pass ; and \\ hen ) B SUIith.MiiSAVDa4 Flour, &.c. appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court bv

o- auized CoiiuimuaivealLh of equal Law andLi1rti. piOjx rly/ improved and fortified by the Jen-; .* DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patent Sh:ink Boots.JL Mrs H E Sternberg, LDendiG 1 ( A BARRELS bct family Hocr, afticit made in this rae, that Finetta ShefUetd
i! Aprils, Jh51. 13 JAS 11 OAMHLE. U'.7 eaks Rice and her hosband Brvan ShelSeld, dj tot reside in
era! (j veruuieut,!*'ill hacome the Gibraltar of'! E Sixmticm. L ( a ,
this State, but in the State of that
\Ve eannol forget sir, that we are citizens the Mexican Gulf. U ith these adiantages, Shoes. 11)oby, Mrs P e Sun Temp Grand SO barrels Potatoes, ceot obpffia cannot be served Georgia upon so them : pro-
JV 5 firkias best Goshcn Butter.
of : Inch less than balf 1 uhich no olluT state i loridamast Iuwncr. 11 Stuckey. It therefore Orifrred That said defendant's
century ago, 15 ,
aa ejw I pocws
aud Gents Ilubbtr Ovcnboes,jnst recciv- Evans,.:r sht trr, Mrs Sc.utn Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale byMcXAUGHT
vas tntta.jife of Mirage life, and of a dtluMte be of great impoitancv to the Union, and the LADIES JAS. B. GAMULE. Elliot, .J B Smith, S C 21ppri. & ORilOXD. Finetta Sherh'Id and IJnan SbefTield, apnear and

i cnilization: whose promiuent character- Union mutt be equally important to Florida. April 5. 1R51. 13 : SlatoonD & Newport, March 22,1651. 11 within a'H\\er four the Bill months of Complainant's from the rust publication filed in this of cans this

i te were li1izcJ oppveiou and religious And yet the position iu the realeoi'importance E.tLit.t, A J Scott. W J Pork. Order, or said bill will be taken for confessed agaInst
in'oleranre. which she occupies on the floors of Congress Spring Goods.i EaIen. H Sowell, JEUi. them.

The wrv foil :voa tread, the very* sea now is by the s-ide of little Delaware. It this to be '1"lIE ru1scribr ? now rm-ivin
in jour \ie\v, \ielded an asylum to the out- accounted for, because nature has not placed she at-Hortment of(lond-*. both plain and fancy, U II Stnith, R It 2ittipatrkk McXAUGlIT & ORMOXD. OSCAR A true A.copy-Atte'.t MVFRS, Clerk,

astiofh3ne; and kiudred to men 'vb9 ac- advanfigt's! in her way, or i is it not because adapted to the wa om of !prinj an J Summer which } J Scott, \V JFrieron Newport March 22, 1851. 11 M for tase in f'.e1eCtit; aiul virtue in quality, will fjvoralily W 31 2 Saendcr'. It
Pr
\I9flwlt.Jg v'd l no la\v Uut their o\vu evil passion'!, her people, like the slothful servant, have neg.
punijiare with any mml.ir stock in the South RIletdur S Smith IIa9nah 2 Saddles &c.
snd: wh i. career was a war of extermination Itfcted to: improve the talent ni'nitted to their all of whit b are offered at fair mark prices. L Smith, S P Gadsden Circuit Court.

ujmn tne: Luinaa race.ithii charge Ihit shall we not shake oil tlii ktharjj Ladle* 1)rcs l'attcrn;, (all the Styles.) Ferguson,, E W 2 Saw Is SSuiitli. JUST received n good assortment of Siddle, Bri- SPRING TERM, 1351.
Car-
\\ ihi-i lrht'peiiol, the p"iuciples of ', and sttive to improve the advantages It mtuTtc,
free i\tTuiuiit: have swept from our toil which ha\e EO liberaly been btfctowed upiuus lliblionO'.tivcs, IJIT<>S*, M1t1XC!, Mr* M A Sauuier S WI'rieri.oD string Leather, Coach Lace, Rulber Cloth, Buggy Asumlteit S50O.
1iiig Cotb! Enbr <-redBcotoh I iiIiii. Charles \
; Oin-hiuns Il"k! and Fancy Silk, Frcshwatt'r, Mi-3 MFA Sindeton. OTJSuiih __E defendant and all others interested ia tnar
Mule Collar For sale low
t k-ra'ie uud a moral and enlighteuod When the remnant of the Indian tribes by T
: ; peo- Freiwh I'lail, IJrowni jnen, Dr J
G4)Jin, March 22, 1831. 11 HEIR A RUST. above suit, will take notice of the commencement
|pLt ha\L- reared ij tlieir stead the mostgiari- wlux'h have been suffered to remain upon the Nankeen, Fe t >oii 1'nnt*, ( rar.t, PGriries 2 Scott, Sarah thereof, and plead to the same according to law.

"a* tfteeUfleupon earth, a CWmnon wealth of Peniusula fchall be removed, and our Slate A Hr e assortment of Taiicv (Caione, J VCiauldhi feLt Lee, J L Bagging and Rope. A. K. ALLISON.
1'rintel Ijiwn I'rintedA ::4tiii**. C A Scott, ECrantbhinr. March 22 ISSI. 11 for Plaintiff
Equal Laws, Liberties and Slights. settled lt\ a population which it i is capaUe ot BALES Cloth Attorney
of articlwi *eU-ctca Gunny ,
great variety laacy rpre1v 1L Stokes, A J
In the bt. ady advancement of our State \ suiirthig, may we not expect to rank with for the Italics.t'l ( rbun, VV tt iit, J T 20 lou coils small Hemp Rope. Notice.

from a tava e wilderness to high agricultural the mo&t favored ttsiteb in the confederation C.ent.s < tiitj! of all de'scription' and of the latest (ir'cc, JHGmntrr Sauih. D J Laadiiig from Bug Urnniu, and for sale byMoXAUUHT .
creditors, legatees, entitled to dis-
4Veloperieut.frorn a rode aud ;primitive softy for our vari.'d and \al.ia;]L.'stjijile; productions. Ic. A complete anrtinpnt ff Gent's, LafhVfi' andchiLlrt.ns ; J L 2 &uttJJ A OIMOND.Newpi.rt ALL persona or otherwise ineretd in the estate
Marcii 1l. II
to Lgi4ative i wisdom and protection With Louisiana, for her su Krs,-Missisippi yh an:! straw Snnrn lat frmj tlie reltbraed -
-.r-j'.a a weak aud freble Territory to awverviga and Alabama, for their L pland Cottons e-taliWiment! of IVnniock ; a full airtiaaiit ef1'trinrntrv Gtiodcisi. S>, Jrns Swears Tucker,, II B Coffee, Sugar, Soap, &c. of Flondi, deceased are heoby notified to exhibit
and independent state it has been South Carolina and Georgia for their Sea hi- IJra'hes, C mbs extract lc, COFFEE their claims and deciands within tvoears from this
<) ooj s, Grwa-tt W Thomas J R 2 -g O SACKS date to the nnder-isned. or the same will be barnil;
>ouThaniy;) lot,,, sir, largely to participate ; and:-Kentucky for LIT heirp, and greatly KHI aborted, Umlrellaa. Gr.K-c, J Thomas, R JL tll barrtU Stuart's yellow Sugar, and all persons indebted to the said estate wilL maLo
aad we ii'cogmze your it.stejts-if not hi- to surpass North C-aroliaa! for her Turpentine( ALSO A full rtud!; of Groceries, Crorkpry. llird- C ret'fl. :L Tor kirA J '\\ 5 PiLot Bread immediate
ware and Wo Klxrar<*. and loony other artH- \\htcli notl ]iiz'beth, The. .\. 5 Crackers pavmei.t.BENJAMIN '
; J. IIAGLER
way leading; .Trr ia the front rank of progrpssneiipov and Lumber. lint we must not stop here ; ,
arc tie&di in thu tuarkut J. iL WILLlAila.Apiil Grarntn, M A 'h1onpio; XII 2 70 boxes family Soap, Sheriff anl ex odcio Administrator.
: u M.Te.iiu ar: ed tsjwin otir people a measure qualities of light Tolwocoilh! which we I A II 'allVyck, C 0Villapengne. Landing from Brig Uwnus and for sale by

ol improvement which may result ii: roarJg are now, in cut iafnut: cxp"ri4nort", livalling -'TTI1EfllAs. George fl. ll-.lt cud ( tore Miller! llsll J HHaxrcs S Vjnzanj, W ilcNAUGUT & ORSIOND.Xevrprrt. .
? 1 ioutrnc the pnrclias from the Apulael.K-ola! E \it-kcn;, 'V March 22,1851. II
to you an endarhig tnonumeut, and i ia the far-famed prodHHHis Laud Conijony on the wronth day of April, 1K 8, ctvrtiiin FIl'oldcrnes F L ALL persons
constituting the Clinton of State. of timber which liyrnun, out of the of Reuben
you our bopeior qualities sLip upon ( lot- of Lan 1 in Leon now \Vakulla C.itv. in ; *. Mra SR1tMCP, J J Groceries. e-tate 1L Hick,

I sec, rir, that the C'ommittee expect from i a gre&t measure the National government, ihe Suite of Florida. knoA7i a* SiTtioniixteen and lFtrL.n 1. 11 .J \\Mkw.n.J. Tallahassee from New Orkans, dweasecU late of Erunwitk County, Virginia, art

we bivvity ; and I \\i 1 now \\ivA fulfill the and the Cou.rnerci.d Stilts, mus.t bo depcnd- Mvcnteen, in Towa-Jiip numlxr three K .tth! and I laics, A J WyattV. o PER 100( barrels supcrline Ohio Hour, hereby barre ut notiScd the that their of claims two and demands from the will datw bti

cnty imjiot.ed upon me, l by cxprc
ctLn: de eun.cst hope that your ws>itto u cal fitiits and oti< r productions which our pony's lands made by AVilliaui It. 114kin4; at the l Iasqn. 'VV' J DANYJums 21TiI4fl. 5 hogsieads! Middling Bacon, within that time and all ptrMinla'rin ;any demand
of nirttteea lnnidrod and twenty dollars, awl 1 MLs P Mrs MAVLitelrirst "
price Shoulvli-rs
may }ro\c as agreeable tr yourstlfas wear climate and g' il can only produce, to any con- xcut<'d their throe noti-,dateil the stij seventh day locker, C S W1hjlJeme3 5 3 u beat ,cured Hams, against the laid estate,are alo not ied to present them

anxito' make it,-that'll will result in sideraM adfjuitage. V illi all those nation! of April, Ih.Jh, for fin hundred aaJ eighty dollirscatli -T Wells H 2IILrrilI11 2 casks Rice, sugar for settlement BURWELL Mar. B. WILKES

Connecting us taore closely with our beloved cdvauL-tges, we ball owe a heavy debt of fur part of the purchase inon+y, payable \uihi N Aedi!, Win 5 barrels Lard, Executor of La>t Will and Testament.,

ktate, aud that \oa tnay long live to y i its ; responsibility to our posterity and our common interest at the rate <,f t-irjht j r etnt. jiur :annum in I Idle, J Whatley, J 5 choice Sugar, Gadsden County March 1, 1851. 8 8w '
two and three frt. n thtir date re et velv WiUjanu;, SI
> one of t'ieasaateet remiaisceatia. me, \ f' : I IohltnJ, J COO LuhclCorn.. For sale bv I
memary's country if we fail to improve them. the two la.t meni jo.ied cl w hiclinotes',MZ:thftte f Long impressed with the advatstages which :wo au.I thr&'e wars from thur date, remain dui- ILufley, E1iabcthVkon; Pr J T J Match 22, o51. 11
Florida post: ia; an agricultural and comA. and uniiuid with the intuv.t: ITnlitM. M White, J D 2 -fi PIPE superior HOLLAND GIN,
? And whereas, the uU Goorjro G. 1tt't an 1 GeorjeMilltr JS Wood C FWUUnyhby Notice. JL i Ilnct Caatilliou Brandy,
Jer,
(;ov. unowire nnrLf. mercidl pyjat ojJLU over any ol our hitter iil-o Lccauie the rt-fr* rn the -aid J D I u Madeira Wine, extra t ti (jity,
purcliax Company. X S ,
Stateg; 1 have exerted feebla in J Gcnthmn of tlc ani FeXoxdf my energies ('Ii the seventh day of A ugiit, 1 829,<n inr.eit1 Johnson, : V.'alten, B"VVUltinH. P my pure Port Wine,
Ziru CamnritZf, behalf of I Internal I Improvements, M ore I ian To\\nbhij three South, >u R.inge oiuHijt, Iviiig on on.CjpjlJame X G ] J EVViUn. WILLIAM JL Xkw .ov and A. MAICE are my duly 1 bbl. Iri-h Wht-koy, a very superior artlcli
c Key I Vts? .- authorised ioiits.; I also return my sincere thanks to In store and for sole low
ftwitlidrawlng | twenty years ago I procured the passage of Iwth sides of thu 'r.hIi'ise Hail Road which rura ncr, J TJameson E byGEO.
,
In Joy th citizens of Tallahassee f-T their former jLtron.1aid
for a few days from my the firet charter for Interim! Irnr'oviincnts: through sal 1 wctlonxchiwve of tint part iher tf tM1tn'ing .- X II Ward, MM G 1 I return, and stock can be obtained, 1 H. EESTWICK.
3
its 4>i>n & 6
15,1S51.
ltblc dutj to ay you a viit, I antiripnteil that was: granted b}' the Legislature of riorida to Lewis Alli ootl, eit('ndiig t< one hundred Jolin-MI, WJohusrai 2 Withersrtoon, J WWelcli will lm at my old ftarul in the Market, where I will February
Mai an i seventeen acres or thereby, leo or more, in th"i I FSTriluiMUi Ivilson'A
""' and hosjiitabletlcoinc, and from and although we have made but small North eat saM i j J \Vat'II It be happy to meet my friend* and customer* Bank of the State of Florida."

* Lnowii jiatriotisin and public f-jutit, I progress ye-t. 1 am' not diposed to abandon County of Lt-on, and cnbetl on wild iiiap uiadc' by .bhIM, A G \ JAVood'ounr March 22 1S51. PHILIP 11 T. St PEARCE rJMIE undersigned having accepted the oppointJ -
'JH-'cted as \oiir Chief Magistrate! to mettit'a my efforts. Tlie hit General Assembly organized WillLiui R. Hoj>kin at'thv .rcc tifi.ine hundred an.1 1 1lilU'en Johnson, J W S meat Commiyaioners under the 4th section of

a suitaUe rwet lion Uat, 1'\how Citi- a hoard of Internal Improvement, and : dolLirA and twonty-isvo cents, suid fxc-cutfd Iackiii, B IIJackon Walker, A 11 Notice.CIX the act of the General As-n-mblv of the State entitled
tis' and Ladies their three i wiles, dated tinad KrJi( day <>f Anja; T Wt-hllsn-n) Mr Bank
I An act to
I of Tullaha
confers the
was not prepar-) granted a charter for a Hail load fiom the after date I shall to the Honorable incorporate a m City -
weeks apply
vd 18S3, for two hundred and twuity-eylit 82-1(1( ) doll.ii JoivJ S Wili! I- IIVir.wnw "
* to meet Midi a reception so iIfl1O1I1 and Atlantis to the Gulf, and passing from the ca.'h, f fur pnrt of the Jiurchaxs money, i jiiiyable A P J, MrKirklainl \ : C C k) Judge of Probate for GaiUlt-n County for kttrrs ee, approMJ to the Capital 24th January Stock ef, IsSI the State, to receive Bank subscriptions of
g'wting' no general. It places me under a the West will into closer hiti-rc-t the of David of administration (Iii the estate of Thomas G. Col--
Mast to bring us union with at rate cijr'it p laiuful eaihrrasrnent to find words to cypress and create a better feeling in every portion ia (ine, two awl three years: from tht-ir date n j jH;- Iin. Miss R 3vill Young, C 0 iius. late of said Countv. deceased Z. SE LOTT. for con->titutmij the Capital Stock of said Bank

uit.bl terms, my sense of the honor you of the slate, in regard lo state improve vcly: all of w liith notes rcmaoi due and unpaid, with *** Jr.ijii calling for any of the above letters 1851. 12 6t -n ill be received by them at the office of Henry I*
March 29
Lve &LOM-II the interest: \ please *>ay they we ad\ertL-cd. the first of March
The
tne. IVrsoiially I Lave but small You Fellow-Citizen* have Rutgers, on ; day next said
ments. now, no
And -whcrea.9, by the articles 1fretenion 10,60 much dibtinction, but taken direct intercourse with the body of the State vritli the said purclia cri. it wa* expriawly ajrefd and April 5, 1851. 13 St Bacon, Lard, &c. subscriptions of the ref-pertive to bo accompanied amounts in gold with twenty or sih er.per cent Th,

evidence! of the high estimation in! \\liich of which you constitute a part, bat 1 firmly understood that if the said punha rs fhall fail to i ay 4 CASKS Bacon Sides, books of subscription to be kept open for the space of

ou hold the public futictionarios of your believe the day is not vecy distant, when you cither of said ri'iten a they poctirely bm mie due, Bounty Lands and Pensions. 2 u Shjulder?, sixty days, and if at that time more than the \rholo

(State, I receive with profound acknouledg* ill have th j advantages of an cay and profitable the said Company tliall bo at liberty, on giving thirty 10 barrels MOM Pcik, amount of the 8cck is found to be subscribed, the entire
w in undei signed,ha ving made w ith "
diva notiCe in a gazette published Tallahan-tc, to / lIE arrangements 25 Flour, -
stock will be dh ided
tflents the subscriber
and accept, Fellow Citizens, with communication, and when you will be roVe'.l aid !lauds or to much thereof a" will be tufficjeut JL a competent and experienced Agent in the City 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, to their rmong m

*jaakfulaes8your warm and hearty greetings ; prowl to be a constituent part of the State of to pay the turn duo anl evpea-1*, at public auction of Washington, and being now provided with the 15 Whiskey. proportion JAMES KIRKSEY Fubwiptioua., '
anti trust your example \vill have the effect to Florida. at the ri>k of paid purdiatrs, ft-r the benefit t>f apprised and requ-ile forms, will attend to the colUction Just received per Schr. Barnard, and for sale bvMcXAUGUT JXO. W. ARGYLE. I
)
.xii* your State officers in public ( cstinian aU Coinpany ; awl if any surplus remain after jayin of Claims by powers ol attorney for bounty t ORMOS'D.Newport DAVID C. WILSON, % ,..
n Hut, Fellow-Citizens, I will not dctua: you paid note, eth4th and exjxoises, the same shall be Lands Pensions, and Claims for Losses and Serire's March 22, 1851. 11 T. ARCHER. '
for JAMES
and
talents
induce regard
a higher farther with remarks which arc necessarily pail to wiiJ jiurchvscri or their legal reprexentative*; upon the United Slates Government. ROB?. W. WILLIAMS
xperience, and honesty, ia the election of and in of in Officers and soldiers of the war ol 1S12, or of anof \ ,
thrown out, without much order-I" beg to t.ie any deficiency payment them Indian since J00' areenlitltd; lo Bounty ,
the wars
as the qualiScsltons.Uouuug duo will contract, the mil
01 ptirclia-ters their
only
i the opinion proper as 1 ever Lave, that return ytm again my grateful acknowledge- rcwntative* thall ba held liable for the Nimfc.or '. f"rep- Laud undir the late Act ol Congress. For services ATTORXEY AND COUNSELLOR>T LAW, Talbhas, Feb. 8,1 83 I. [3er'1

toy merits, for the distinguished reception with Ant whereas, as aid purcluwer) j have failed to rendered, a moderate compensation will be Tallahassee, Florida. E. MaXwELL. -.
services pay A.
country has a right to claim my ar-1 to J, deli* ctv of the warrant or the amount
which you have favored me, especially sail 1 notes aa horeinbefure recited : chai ce upon fcS Office at the Caj.itoL
hen si e may require them, I have never you Ladies for the honor you have conferred Now. the said Company, in pursuance of the provisions collected. I). PHOfiUE.. March 15, 1851. 10 tFFLETCHERVILLE MAXWELL a PA 'vATTORXEYS
nink froni &e discharge of any duty-tot City of saLt agreements,an 1 by cen&enof the parties, G. \V. HUTCHINS. AND COUNSj0p'.,
on me by your presence. May: your 12 tfW.
te of my atilities.-when to required."ben .- and the of keJih will cxjwt, the naid lands fir sale nt nuctioj, nt the Mrch29lS51. HOUSE. TALL.tIIASSF'r,
continue to improve blessings FLORj
those Mho had than Court House, in the City of Tall iliawe, on the Oth
higher pretensions and prosperity attend you. day of May next, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. G. M. DAVIS, (IS SIGHT OF THOMASVIU.E, cx.'an..t.) Febrnary8n1s1.
'fly'elf to he Chief Majefctry of this Common.clinod Jl un 1 '! P. *>L, f.r catii, to pay the uute due theree; ATTORNCV AT LAW, BOARD, all things included,at f 10 per

wPat! die call of the people, and with interest, costs, nn I el&nres.JO.3EI'1I taken nj;> his abode at Tallahaiee, and will PRIVATE Tiavellcrs accommodated, without Li- H. BRtDPORD

i&tir atu>nuon was directed to me, 1 did not Oi-: Joanna Uaillie, the greatest of female DELAFIELD, ) Trustees HAS ia the Courts of the Middle Dibliict, mtor,a Leap cheaper than Cotton scIU. AT (LAW '
""ittk from the "3d London LEWIS CURTIS f rf Franklin and Jackson Couutics.Kitca P. P. SMITH. ,
an encounter \\ith its heavy rcixmeililiticji poets, died on February, near aid Maiicon Court House Florida.
relying under Dirine Providence Tiaa8x; April 5, 1651, 13 St D, 155g. 9 January 18, IS31. ? 6aa January ,
tt the advanced M J
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irloriMau Tax CoUector'a Sale. COTTON GINS. TAILORING. I !tgatQbtttti5tlntflt9n I STIMSON & CO's.-
.
Journal.PUBLISHED
& New Yak
!
Eljc Tal- Xew Orlea,,
subscriber would i inform I Ihe citizens of atid .
y of in bv law, I -
'irtul the power "t''Iei me TiE ,
B shall before the Court Ilou at II. leethat he has commenced Ihe above business of Floridafor pOXNICTIXG with the s'wftest an4 n:1 -
exp J for tl( e JESSE WATSON I the Circuit Court of the State
r.WERYSTUKDVFVENING. (Juincy, in the County of G.a"Jt.n. on the second and respectfully solicits a share ol public the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe .iWeEipre-Mesbttirc the pr io
Maine > 1r1Ie
GIN ) w
pat ronagt' Hamrhre, Vermcit II
.Monday of April nt'\t. the described pro. UF.u."VnEI County. ). 1I
fol.az. Store Florida Rlmde I !lnd
the
TERMS : much thereof the State andCounty Ie opposite Exchange. Cocmnt.ttkutL4wcr Canat
perlv,or s a Palmyra, County Georgia, {.OGarments cut lo order. IX CHANCERY. State Deft ,Z'w rC.t.llumlulndio'UI:1. ,
ware. Pennsylvania \
Tax due thereon for the I ISW, and thnrcomry a
in advance.itRCC
THREE DOLURS per annumltf.aid > a inform his friends and William E. )
the Williams
public "eneuly. Ohio or
wit WOULD JAME SF fPLE IUII1I1i. the w
to
if within sis inonti. thereto :
*
illlid.nt
i\o A JU.LF.I paid expanse that he November Divorce.
conhnutlheabo bu,ines. at 3'). IS r > generally.Mriwppi St5J1
and
The of.h31! called .Fr.rb.fs' A1abana
FOUR VOLL'U.il paiduntiltheendofthetear \h01o i* Purchai hi old where he will be happy Ann Williams. ) cud 5?

V Tbe'l terms \ ill he rigidly adhered to, and ljin|ihe in Tax(iadi.ten:af.irenaid.County! O'lUnded, or so much on the thereof bt as will t the with a shll.frs rate article. As an evidence supplv"of t her Ihequality CASH ADVANCES made 01 Cotton shipped TT appearing by afnM-mt to the?satisfaction of this tbeprnineantOur r amilities arc r.l l'O extensive in Oeclfgia and aad the a "

willl b*.licentinU"r l until$ all aireara -iarc pay f..Ht work, he would state that a. Nelson, New York by -1- per t.t_
no paper Jf'klocknee River and onth! Wr t bv the ApalachiruURmr. out of Ihe Court that the Defendant, Ann Williams, resides can aecu ? the safe and ipecdy Tr ,
paid, unless at the option ol the publishers Subzri'iers HUGH(to O. McLCAN, fail large number sold by him Ihe past )'Iar. not one has October, .ll.,..1850.. ,41 F., II.. FLAGG.. out of this State and in the State of New York. on Freight, Tnris. Paekay, and I. r p tJ
d I !!
One to satisfaction I | I | ?? | || |
for three months at give-pviltct and
will be re vivd Tax Collector for Gadi.len : would as reference motion of S. R. Mallory, Solicitor for the Complain. from one end of the country to the scher "
DjlUriv nouti tat $1 .(). Every order tor the : County. give the nameof any one who has one of his Strayed the most remote point 'etla and

pa'er; ul ol f tin* county must be accompanied with O.lnh.r 12.IV,1) 40 firn Gins in ue. He i is intending to enhrgehise:Ublish-: O 1 the subscriber at Ocklockonee ant.It i* Ordered That the Defendant do appear and Fromonr many years'expnieneein tie

the cah, untr the order coine< throuzh any of our Tax Collector's Sale. merit considerab'y this year by which: means lie will! 'kF Bayabout the 23d or 24lh- November, answer plead, or demur to Complainant's Bill on or bninwhile connected with ilewn. EXpRr
authorized entu in the State. be to till orders (which last he bright 14 or 15 hands Adana* r
regularly i year wan un
; pnllt 10rrIIIORSE.
before the first Monday of June next otherwise theme and
virtue of the vi-sted in I i eranramerou advantages in other ?
VO\r me by ab with Gins it lush, thin and I and
leg,
) po-ible, awhile
B lw. superior ever very spare "ith (
any sa will be taken confe&.o: Provided Publication the led of which is the lit
efor fidence pftbwJL
e\pn' sale. before the Couit at pro o and
shal j manufactured in Southwestern Geor ia. Hethinks spot in his lace. Any information bethankfully
ADVERTISEMENTS Q iincv, in the County of Gad experience to make
\V Jibe inserted at the rate of One Dollar per iquire Monday in Arri next, the f following described 1 proS i better article. alit b sub-KTiiber.atQuiticv.o in this State for the term of three months. shall neter cease to give the most entrc ati lacKlV

twelve lines tor the first, and fitly cents lor each pI ertv'r in thereof as \11 ply the State and I Heinga It Pract icalmechanic. and withal,determined J. SHIELDS. January 27th 1851. our friends the Jewellers, Backer?, and Martgenerally. ,

ij'jiejueat' I insertion. .'t reasonable deduction Cou'ity Tj v due thereon for year 15-50, and the that none but Gin 01 I he wry first cla-s shall be December 7,1 1Sjt). 49 L JOS. B. LANCASTER Kl
will be made on l 11"1l.al notices, estate not ice-, year- necjsary, e\pen't!incident thereto, to wit : I in his shuphefeels sa'einwarrant{ them man Jn
1> notices without alteration, by persons hatingregulai S.\ hiindied and fOil) acres of \nd. I hin; on uf.luret to tht' satisfaction of the ing He Receiving from New York, February 11851. 4 3m press fitm New Orleans, and our ExPress b.tZ.Ia
account with the offic Rock Creek | f belong to Catlinoro I operate < purchaser. New Qkan and Mobile.OtlcieSt eq
All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE < much tJeref Iurp"rlul wi pat t the Tax :lnrN lid. will their deliver plantation them free of charge to purchasers at A FUL.assortment! t of Staple Goods and Groce I State of Florida. Charles Hotel Buildbg. New (V.

DOLLAR*-invaiiably in advance. No attention IWGI O. IUAX.: All made with his travelling Acenls : ing in part ofBrown MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. and 19 Wall rtreet New Tort -
and
tn3emfll Shirtings .
will be paid to any orJertorainouncementunlessaccomr :JTax { County.October or orders lo the Proprietor at Palmyra shall be do. Sheetings.Blrached do. Calicoes, I Martha Devalt ) _Febnnry_ _1.-l3l.- 4
aniei with the ca!h. 12, l N30. 40 Cm
AU reliiiousnurria, and obituary notices! pub- l promptly atend..llo. Woml and Willow 'Ware vs. f Bill for Divorce. PREMIUM COTTON GINSE :
:Repairing properly done in the most durable Wjoden Buckets and Tubs William W. D-valt. )
li4* f'J gattito'h; l ; hit editorial notices for private Tax Collector's Sale. r T.T A'"I tiR k. ('0. Proprietor
of
I manner. Fancy and Common Soaps, appearing to satisfaction of the Court.by affi :: Her,
benefit,will be charged advertisements.j BY virtue of the power vetted in me by law, I f :J- He is alo Agent for the sue of ChapmanRandall's Spurm anti Adaman'ine Candle, IT in this case filed that William W. Devalt luctus Cotton GUI Manufactory, havethe.ir*

shal expose for s.le. helore the Court Home at & CO/H CAST IRON HORSE POWER: SUGAR ( Blown and! Loal Sugar; t the Defendant in this cause, resides beyond the jlll i,- inaction t* announce to lieir patrons and |far PIa

WOUK. ( in the County of Gadvien. on the second MILLS in Southwe.-t.Mn! Georgia and Florida.Contract Nil, Spanish Ciu.u, assorted Candies, diction this Com I, arId out .f Inc Slate of Florida ter genera'ly, throuahoit the Cotton grnvrn.sion. :

We are well rrt"I'?red to execute Job Work such Monday of April next,the follow ing described property ? can be mad with my Travelling AgTl RK. Lactiira, and Java Cofice. I but in some other part of the United States: that they ate prepwed supply an, Dall.btr

as bills.canl", blanks, IJatnt1h 1 !,A.c., with neatness l .or sj much theieof a> will pay the Slate and Any information 1 I l'd with regard to the (1.1 t On ha:id- \ supply of .Kentucky Basr ing and Bale! ', It i., Ordered, That the said William W. Deral of their (celehrat PRUUt'M Gas,. .

and depatch. All xv-irk of thi de'cripJion. County Taxes due thereon from l Il3 to IS' :') inclusive operation of f these nulls, can. be obtained by ane!!- R-pe, .I.Jr.' Bacon, Bite, susrar-rum] Hams, : do appear and answer raid Bill of Complaint within Where these Gins have been sure t1 d. ;it t woa'd'

except lor persons having yearly accounts with i and the necessary) expenses incident thereto, towit I i in2 me at Palmvra, Lee Co.mutGeoria." I.-.H'. & JOHN!McDOUGALL. : three months or said Bill will rv> fakc-t JITO confe o be dermri unnecessary I Ira the lanlll3Clllr"'ton7
the office, must be paid fur on delivery. I : I March 30.ls"( 12 1)- Orrr 1'1); against said Defendant and that the caunbe -et for word iniheinlavoraslley' t? confident IbtUta.
Two hundred and ____ : :! chine have been brought twch
---- forty acre* of lnd. in Gadsden n hearing during the next Term of said I ourt in March I perfttionth t
County', purporting to belong ro Jirer.-nn. orso JOHN PIIATORIUS, Notice. their superior perlc/rmar.ce will ricommcndt'bmin

TOWLE & MYERS, much thereof as will pay the Tax'as aforesaid, ly months after date, I shall make application nextInd it is Jitrlhtr Ordered. Thai Ibis Ordtr be preferei.ce l.allolherGin-now inn... rltl thntisfaclion :
Watchmakers and Jewellers, i ing on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN [OF Tie I..VTK FIRM OF llt'LL &VTOIUfs,] SIX the Honorable Jude of Probate in and for the published in some public newspaper printed in this ol tho-e who have not u'eil the Gin'

the service Ta\. Collector for Gadsden Countv. 97OULD inform l IUH frit-n-h nnd the public County JtITersnn, for letters 01 di miuion and discharge ). State once a week for three months and that Complainant and are unacquainted with their reputation (the PIO.prielors
!:: r TT.VING 11 ol Mr.! ALLEN procured, formeily flf'Illscilthl'yare October 1', I-s.'O.;, 4-" 1m" IA % l th.it he ha- taken the tore ltch' occupie.1 a!Executor: of the lat will and testament of take testimony in thf catJ'e. need only say. that the FIR'T PrfminifJ;
( ----- I C. II. ni will have been awarded to them for the BEST
i d.
--SG-.- --- liy K> aiijoiniiuj otore lit lroccupitJ Fhelezr 1"I""m.llp of sijd County deceased THOMAS BAL TZEi.L. Judge. GIN n.
( now prepared to Tax Collector's Sale. Hull! lVat..riu". where lie will ,Ii .F'ibitcd at the great State Fair held at A l3flIJCt.,
notified
by \ pll''lto AI f.rrsons ( a'e heieby ac- October 16, !S5u.
he above line, with
execute ail I \\1/1 Ie 10 I promptnessend
cia also the Alabama and
at
attend to the call Hinl vant..if ; Gtc.rrigricuhaul!
virtue of the vested: tlt'I who cordinsly. HARDY MOORE. A true cOI'y.Allt.t.C. |
Toourlncndsat power in me by I 13b
in the most itii.ictoty attention ininner.to all walk which j jday BY expose for 'nle, befire the Court lw.at tli-xt-Hl| to patronize I.in in hi.line of l'u.inHe -'! Jet! i'on County, December 7, IS3IJ. 4SRi: L. CARRUTH, C1?rk. and Mechanic's Fair, heW at Cnlombns; and at(Ft
e
distance
early
\ an i annual Fair cf the Carolina
t in the lia- by the late arrivala ; nnd M. D. Sc-.uth. Injlitnlf y
will bsTOWLE givcn. Qumcy County of G\ !- den, on the second rOl\'l"l By A. CARRVTH. C.
be forwarded to U$, rOf
; Charleston. The Cotton tint
& MYERS.Septi'inhrr Mondcribcd pro- I wl-"Ir /PI" ( f ( /./. (.1SSEfTR. Jrljl't, Notice. December 7. 1S50. 45 3m pinrud the on Gin".
reived Ihe first Premiums at exhibition
; tfwxl ,[ tcldii
2s, I 1V'f._3S_tf p-rtyor: so much theicol a!wi pay the State and Fancy : ) f rfmr a'nortiiicnt of SIX months after date I shall apply lo the Judge CharlestonSonlh Carolinaard ai everj Fairvhrn

County Tax due thereon for year IS:'), and the 1EJ1IY-J.11)E JL O TIIIXG, Piobate for Gadvlen County lor a final settlement State of Florida. sample? of Cotton Front them have bern rihibiltj.

Towle &Myers, neresaiy expen-es incident t thereto, to wit : I All of which, I flatter mylf are equal in tvle and arid discharge fr m lie estate of Hardv, Shepard I N LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT.John The Proprietors have in their possesinn DDmtr.

on hand and ale now receiving, a "\and Seven hluJrf'a and filmy! acres it Land l>ing rn 4l|uality, and >j iite ii* cftfup a* any other* that'wi ieceased.! E. SHEPARD. Adm'r. W. Argjle ] PUS cert ificates from PUnter,Cot ion Erolt. ,, q.
HAVE a-sirtment ol GOODS, consisting ot Cro"kt't purporting to belong to .Armistcad found in this market He will give ): atf-L Gad"den County January 11. IS51. 1 Cm 1" Aurapr.Protection ; mi..ion Merchants and Minqfaelizrm p( Cottea
Gold Ler Hunting Watches, a Rdiiey. tioii to l his btisimios. bo ----- -- --- I "um -worn 10 I
:1.11,1p' \\'i merit a liberal - Insurance Company j Goods, testify:; that the performance of the Gin,,
Gold Anchor Lever do Tax Collector HUGH for Gadsden O. McLEAN, patronage from the P. P. LEWIS, New Jfrsey. ofJ J .Tg QQ and the sample produced b> then cannot be excelled .

Silver Lever Hunting do October County. Xo\embvr 23. 1S50. 46 Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. 'T'HE defendant and alt other interested are hereby by any Gin ever mannfactnred.
12, j3j 40 Cin t
Silver Anchor Lftt-r daLapitie ---- -- --- JL orders;
---- --- l in the notified of the institution ol the above suit All for Gin, given either Jo onr triellirjnrl
-- new building immedi-
aud common, do tGenllem Jefferson County' Tax Collector's -Sale.BY Pure Sulphate of Quinine. RI:Ea.t of the Post Office, where by attachment, and are required to appear at the >cal Agf-ntj, or lortvarded to Ihe PtrtpritlonbYmail.
n'\anJ L..Ie'Bo'om Pins.aseneral assortment I iitu of ; subscribers ha\'l on hand two hundred and 'be will( found next Term of Leon Circuit Court and plead to the will always receive prompt attention. Gift;
of Ear and Finer Ring*, Gold Guaids and authority \'t' !(d in rr.eliy law I shall! Tin L unle professionallyenpagecL '
declaration filed in said cau, will be sent to part of the country and
otincoof I any wir-
ioe for ale, beloie, the Court Sulphalpof Quinine whld I lhe\ September 7, 1S50. 35 I
Ke>*, Fob and Vest Clmti, Seals, G" and NlvtiPenc J 1 luu*edCor. in. I LF.Y.I tiaction..IOS..
h have: obtained Irom the ARCHER & CO: ranted lo give
Moniicfllo, JeHerson, third manulacliirrr and
-
Gold' County,
and Silver on I fouJI
< .,G'hl l'ca4GoL.t S"eCI"cf'9. lie fl"t : in L. DUTTO / .
for Plaintiff.Dpf'pmTlPr2t.IrVI.
1 wiLl it Attorn-ys pnt.Columbm
I they warrant to be a pei'r article.
S-ction
I and May 21 New Goods.
Sleeve. Collar and !" m /e\t. Township South!
Slh'f'rlear ItHI1e 1S51.
S
'Jlli. fiiu and Ea.t, or so much t thereof will : We have pnland our stock of Drugs and Medicines 50 3m Ga.. February 5 lj I
Cat and % as and sati f
Shell Card : M. Thitulls jiav \ have
G"I Comb M!aria Taiitaui'a double THei due the by' rcfc-nt at 'al",1Id are prepared execute TIE Sul.rrbr: jm.t r.'enived per Packet In Madison
Fan. Silver and !' Stale and GnimbIe Chancery-- County.BILL Notice.
addition I
Cuunt orders lor articles t incur I line, at wholesale Utlle It a large to their
*
retail
AU'J, Mantle Clocks, Ta lte Knives, T<> > aiThilintlig to ;:SIbeside-sCo h'k
lrnc' S.ud Lands on the most :* I term : ( (1. coii-iting il part l.f the FOR DIVORCE. undersigned made .
Tny iUer U'aie Silver, T.bll and Tea t1 are si'ujted in the said of acclrufodatin (.JowW THE having some new amr.
n",&Plated.S.i'ions, Fink', Cram and Sup Ladle Jefferson, and known as the Karbour Hill Tr County lct. We have also a few account yet due fo us forth: t tide, \'i: Silzs Cason, next friend of Susan Murphy, in his \o.i" (", reqnets al' pfrw,nw

.}*. Plated W.ites.. do. Tea Set., CtOf. \ : :- JOHN! WOO TEX, year 1S-19.- They an' zen( rally in small amounts, SuarlJow
elick S ,lar Limp Sih'f' and Gilt Girandoles.! Tax Collectorfor Jtflinji County. but if \\holecould t te !pali! !horty. it would! go Ctlfcc-HI I-xuyra, Arneldrurphy.. no books, but ell hi* goods fTclu-i erv fnrcuh or
Aliu, nC d\l: \ !bait; el led 4-111. Shot and G.vneBa'j November 2, 1 I50. 4: m far towards liquidjtingceiUin tIP! vxeoM'. Chocolate!. -Cocfu &Broma UPON Ihe affidavit of the Solicitor in Ihe above produce and by sodomy he will be ahlelo KU!!
and Flask., fine p') kd K'Hn .. Poite Monni.', -- --- ( LEWIS & AMES. Tca.s-blark and! tr'cn that Arnold Murphy, siK.ndenr in said I the lowest living price, which be prcmisesta t do,
Port Folios Violins, Clarunels, and Flutes, fine Rarer Notice. JnneS,1S30. 21 Broail!-Pilot and Navy, suit, has removed and still is bcyor.d. : the limits of and requests his rid cu-tumers and ethers nisMrt'i!
&c.Oet months after date, I shall -- --- -- -- Cr.tckers-but tt-r,watl7rlemonla sugar d Boston the State of Florida : I'| buy low, to give him a call. He has on band arcd
*, Strop apply to (the
quality and generai.as'rtment of Perfumery, SIX Probate ol Madnor County for ofdfs-Judae Carriages, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. Butter-l*>t G..bcn // M Ordtred, That said Arnold Murphy do appear I a so'trnt'nt of Shoes Hal. Capi. BlanV, !,Co/lei
lell'f - -- -- Cbeese-.ap Eng. and answer or demur to said Bill within three and Woollen Goods .c. Xc. for (family and
& ., &c. TOWLE MVERSSeptcmcer2S mission from the administration ol the D. E. sago pine-apple a comm { pluti-
& estate HULL
is' JS Daniel I'linn, decta.d.S.HJEL. of Hour-Nortlicni. Wc.,ttm, Buckwheat d Rye, months from I Ihisdate, or aid Bill will bMakenro lion u>f'!.

--/- WILLIAM', Adm'r. ,! C '_AT lli'CAKRIAOE; IlEPOSITOUV.! Camlles-adaniantine. and pure lI*n cvnfe! ozntl that a hearing be Lad thereon at the Jan'iarv4. ''31. 52 AMOS mClBRD .

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY March22.lS.il.; 11 Cm RirtlettV Brck nuiIJin. offers for Sop-a threat variety, next term of said Court :
---- ---- v J a1e three splendid 'ur- 't ROC'KAWAYS. Spices-pimento, ginger, pepper, mace, nutml'gs It is furlhtr Ordered That publication hereof be Notice.51X .
BY MILLER & BROKAW, Law Firm. a PpK-ndid of JJUGGIES, with or without I cloves, made in some newspaper published in Florida for months after date I shall apply to the H B'

\\TdllaJiaskte, Florida.THE topfour PEDLAR'S "'.OGOXS, one l'.nl hand' I.> cnce_a great variety, ,, t the space and lime of three months. Juds- Probate fur the County of In

u'orib'lsollid inform their BEARD J nrr\'AHD will Practice in co-partner-j Rookavay, with lianic complete! which will sold .Also fi s, almonds, rai..ia., currant, citron. applet THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.A for lettersof final! dismission as Administrator;,
'TIulc. \ $ and the public in general of the ililJle' Circuit ofj: verv low. L: oranges, dried apples, dried peaches, candies, Jra, true copy-Attest t. estate of James Btacklirfge, late of said Ci'antys.

V.. _!/that they aie rc'-civin a large UiiplyV\ IlordJ Oflice i T alc! I -ALSO. Rice,White Bt-an.,Split Peas,Fulton Market Beet C L. CARRCTH, Clerk. ceased.

ol and '\ hick they'o1.r JOHN nr.um. At the OLD STAND, PWx-nix We have also recruited our stock of furniture hare December 21, ISoO. 50 3m EDWARD BL. CKLlDGr. \ ID'r.
(.U..I..C.5 nri4I T. W. Building, and hollow V January 25. Ic.51. 3 6m
lor most terms. Persons \ wares, Jry'frood- hats and saddles, and
wishing: to 01 buy, are reque-tMi to c.1 and examine: 1 _February 1, 1*51.: ______!__ tf_ _____ 'r.-{ Sm'hhle. ri.ie Haniewof! all Martingales ahi'de.criptinne of a vatriity and it i is now very complete.TAI1 Middle Circuit. Notice.
their stock. October I tf.! I ::'. 4 Southern Mutual Life .t Myle. ; ; which we offer for sale on the usual termt LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY.
-- ----- --- V I Insurance Company Xx 'K Springs, hubs, D&>'h Frarn- a. Carriage Trimming McNAUGHT i ORMOXD. month after date, the onder?enfd will Frio
Tax Collector's Sale. I of Louisiana. I j I -" and hue Bindings; Trunks, Carpet B-igo, ValiMS Newport, D(. 28, 1 t:I). 51 It Tallahassee Rail Road Company, Complainant SIX his account' and vouchers to tlJt Honon:

HAVIXG riw-n appointed! \ 'nt'r the uliove Company -I Ac..tc together with all other articles required -_ h_ _ __ vs. Judge of Probate rf Leon County, a, Adminiftnttr
Y.irlue of the in me by law, I: I Richard Hay ward George 1\. Walker Union Bank!
B power vPtpe I m.dtfinmjj it unii"oc."vary) to di .cu"4 the j i in IIN lill Valuable Plantation for Sale. on the estate of Georce W. Harrell, li'e of lf
have lex'ted upon and \\il expose to pale. bel ore i importance advantage! of the mutuiil insurance i I X. R'-pairing.11M with of Florida Rurbutt R. Betton aDd Elijah White County, deceased and apply for a final diacharj*
the Court House door, in town of Madisun.on xrould de"ptcb PLANTATION whereon the late Joi-hua II.: Defendants. .
I prncple. ; ) solicit I Xovemlx-r23, 1850. tf THE Irom the administration of said esta'e.BENJAMIN
the first )Monday of June next l. at I the usual hours ol .! tll ctiu'fI of t"f/.tful and) vi tl'c4niJ'rti(1. inf ( formerly resided in IRon County. nE3rLake IT appearing from the alleg31bnq of Complainant's BYRD.dm't..
*ale, to the highe-t bidder, the lolluwinjr described I I Any >rmation Erie, 4 SO of Bill, which are verified by affidavit that Defendant
t'c1thc to it.,Caii be obtained bycalliii'/un, the C. C. & CO."IT ., containing acres, which some 200 I Fort Sfansbnrr. January IS tSSt. 2 Cm
Lnd*lying and being in the County of Madison, ( S. S. KXIG11T. .L make BYD advance are cleared, and under cultivation. On the premises Elijah White is not a resident of the State of f
Florida, v ITlie / : I November O, "550. 47 tf W i shipped to very their lib/'rl Iriend in New on Colon. ; i.i a comfortable frame Dwelling House with the ne- Florida but resides in the State of Georgia, so that Notice.
:K i of the N F. 1 of Sec 20,T 1. R C, S and I --- --- : Oc I! c'IneoUt houses .. This Plantation possesses he cannot be served with process of subpoina : shall make app1inioftr.! t

K., asthfpropcity, ol J. S. 10th'rson. t( pay the CITY COTTON WEIGHER New Goods. many'advantages,a it ljoin.- the piney woods,where It is thertvpon Ordered That Defendant Elijah SIX months Honorable after djfe.Judse I of Probatei'ivmdfcrthl[

taxes and roits due on same years 1S43'IG- THE undesigned PUBLIC CO PToN WEIGHER the ran e is WIT f.**l for cjittlc and LfogS. Time XewrHirt White, plead, answer or demur lo this Bill, on or letters of dismijsinn iri
.47. '.4' '-I n,1 '3'/ the City of Tallaliaw, hawinijust returned OPENING a hare and carefully selected stock ol I and Georgia Plank Road will pas within 400 to before the first Monday in April next, at the peril I County of Jefferson fo:of the last will and ItfJ-

TneNofiheNWtafS'C23T1R5fuItae r horn the North with Iwo pair of Scale, I I Intania! and Bright Metal Ware /;0O yards of the dwelling, and I think will go on the of having said Bill taken for confessed and at to discharge a* Executrix of said CcmrnmtYdeC''A.
&c., due from IS 15 to 1* .5Q.Atso.the lured, and cei lifted by the Inspector IfltdC'of j consisting in part of Tea and CotTee Pot:, French I line, or through the whole length of the Plantation hin set do'vn for hearing ex parle: Provided, Thata ment ot James M. Hart, late ANN HABT.
C N E and Wi\ W J Sec Scales Q'llllrd I Ctiflee nilen-rs.! Pitcher, Candle Slicks diflerento.ualitie I ; Order be for four
i I Sec I, ht3 of the .Vtw Yoik of amid when this Road is completed which L* under copy of this published months 13515 6n
I contract
12, T I. R y, N and E purporting belo-ig to J. J.Underwood Iloust, is now prepared to received and weigh ClJtOI an i ?, Jelly Moulds, Glass. Lintern, Cake Bes, to be done by the 1st of January 1852, no once week consecutively, in one of the newspapers Jefferson County February S, -

fur ta8 duet herein Irom tsr to IS50THOMAS Cation brought to this Market. He will attend a)I .. Cjniiistcrand 0 tariery 01 other artice. which Plantation on the whole line of the Road will surpassit published in the city of Tallahassee. Plows Plow Points Bars 4c. I
ofler sale
t lor .
they reasonable
ANDERSON, the Depot or at any place within the limits ol In- I on ( fur convenience It u now offered for sale THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. *
and ex oilictoTax Col. Madison Co. City at the shortest notice. In t "! Alan, on hant a full and exten.ive stock of Tin at a November 5, l5O. TTEIR .t RUST bare jn-t received a good UK.O.
Sht'rit conjunction with the bargainPersons desirous of purchasing, will and Baa uGms >
30(), li'i' 47 Cin Cotton weighing! his Ware of every description maiiiifactuied Irrt bj! please A true copy from Minute of Court. ment of Plow How Points ;
hp a 1\11011 )
large it the
)yard tear ol I and Joseph Cliaires Esq who will show them the Blade Blades, and Cradle
Messrs. KI HK5/Y/ good workmen at fair prices. OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk.M. Scythe
VA.. B. CLARK he will receive CO ali I TON WILLIAMS'FOR :/ STOHl 1 1 1 ES OR when 0 Lejd Pipe Sne ct 1"3,1. Copper. Zinc and Cistern land.Fort Jstraii-burv For terms,, ttc. apply to rue at my residence A. LONG Solicitor for Ccmpiainant. February 1, 1S51. 4 tf

(rORMF.RLV CLtRKE o ITLM.UN,) STORVGE. The siibiriiber's' WI/GIIIlG :I I Pump fur sale. Roufnj. Guttering, and Job Fb.DEXJA fIS November !. IS50.I" 4m -
flrid BYRD.
experience attntion Work executed ,th il! Boots and Shoes.
for patch.
of Mr. the last fait.ful
AVING purcha-ed the intcre three years at the Depot January 18. 1831. 2 tf Jefferson Circuit Court.IN i
SullTran in their old business, can be will, he hopes, brin; him the cuitom of the Planters T. WHITE & CO. TTEIR 4 RUST are now opening a lart wL *

V und at their old stand on Mnnioe street I, and Merchantsgenerally. Oflice! in the rear ol Mr S pfe'n' 21 lCI. 37 If Jt7ST received br I'c-erallate arrivals from New CHANCERY.Bill J- ment of gent Calf peeked and sewed Bnoto;ii$

JI \sill!! receive in a few days frota New Vorl'. Kiik!e3s' store, where subscriber may be found at Notice. and for ale by C. C. BYRD A Co. for Injunction and Distribution. Congress Patent Leather and Cloth half Boots;W

un.t complete: aSiOt I melt ol l Heady( all time 211 patterns (Ladies Dre ) Bareges Exectors of William Goodman Complainants, sewed and pesged Bn ans. Seal and Patent lab
Clotl"f anJ GtnlltmeiC.Fancy Good CHARLES A. NA H. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jamr A. 5 do do do Polka, lo, r... Slippers; also a good assortment of Ladies G iw

ever:{frid market. .lo. a general assortment k City Cut01 Weigher. kk, late ot Leon County deceased, alf With a variety of other goods for dress. E!eza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R. Slater Margaret 'I Slippers. Buskins. Tie. Boots and Shoes; Wo IJM
Pa'th. En /i3h, 0'/ Belgian Cltttht, September 21 1, J C't. IINotice. requested to make pavmei.t) to the undersigned j ; and -ALSO- France Slater,Jane Elizabeth Slater. Harriet assortment of bovs niis ts, and children Sbcd

Black nnd Fan," /:111afJ Ca/,imtrs Blnr. tloe having demands: 1<;.aia t the same, are ereby 10 A Xo 2 Plouj'he, 40 A Xo 1, do, Ei. Slater John G. Slter William Sla'er February 1, 1851. 4 tfH -
wad FizutieJ ", 1111('t and notified topiesent them within the lime prescribed UK A No 1 and 2 Plough PointsALSO John Goodman and William Goodman Ellenwoodand

lr.stin? *, which he H prepared to manufacture at lIE firm of rah 5t Tal'J i is this day dissolved I L)law tr the II be haired payment. Spain Defendants. ., New York Agricultural Wareho

t the ,iiottet notice and in the mo-t approved st't tp. by mutual consent. Those ina.h'et do us I i j I J'. HEARD:. (Qualified Executor. 5 kegs Supreme O ben Butter, IT appparingjo the satisfaction of this Conit bj 189 and 191 WATEIi STREET.

.. The community ieneraUV are respectiully requested the pleasure to settle as soon as po'> .il 0Icpmbpr21IIi. .Vj S 11CJIt.. (, affidavit made in this cause that the said Defendantswith A. B. ALLEN & CO.,
to call and examine iuy niock before purchasilj elsevbeic. -M. NASH. Sliajs i2uira Coffl-o, the exception of William Goodman EI- of Fto
\ TallahasHec, October 40 October 1. 1S50. J. L. TAYLOR. Notice. 10 barrels M.jcer I\.tatoo, lenwood, reside out of the State of Florida beycnd .AYE the most eiten.iv assortment and HorO !

-- -- --- T lIE subscriber having laken out letters of Ad- 10" Extra: Family Flour, Ihe jurisdiction of this Court but in the United and all kind of Agricultural Also all Pdt! of 1*
Cash Advances. The hereafter 12 bags Xo 5, 6 and 7 Bird Shot States : Implements and MachincYy.
btJins will be conducted under I mini"traliul on lie estate of Thomas 'Cowarl, scch Ii Gc
underined ill make liberal cash advances the (mini of N.11&CO who respectfully lale of Hil.hoUu h County deceased hereby give 21 drums Frc-b Fig, II is therefore Ordc'ed, That the said Defendants, and Garden &*ds, and Fertiliser,
\ solicit Ac.J3IT
TiE shipments ol CollOll, can i.ucd to J. I ISmillixood L. a share of I patronage of the citiZi-nj generally.! nliceo: persons having chain aainstsamdcstal. : C 2 hmarrelssiiperiiir Jricd Apples. E-eza Dasher Sarah Waters Green R Slater. Mar- Bone Dust. Poudrette.from Merchants Plaster and Planters yJl>
Orders
New Ynrk.StLLWlUD. They expect to keep on hand a general assortment I to present them lo me within two rears, propeil} au January 18, 1&51, 2 tf caret Frances Slater Jane Elizabeth! Sharer Harriet V
GIDSON' &HARRIS. of Good Medicines and cch olhtr articles are tht'llicaltd. agreeable to law, ar they will be bane K M. Slater John G. Slater, William Slater, and punctually attended to.

Qncy : 2.11,0. 43 4m generally kept in their line of bu inesi. a of recovery ; and all persorn indebted, will pleaseto Leon Female" Academy. John Goodman, and Spain appear and answer the January 25._1831. _S -
October 5, 1 SO.J make immediate Bill of Complaint filed in Ihis cause within four
: NASH & CO. pavnient. Trustees of the Leon Female take The American Agriculturalist
Clothing and JOSEPH MOORE.adrn'r.. TilE Academy months 'from the date of the publication of this Order.or -
Ready-made Saddler.JUST method of informing the public that P. M Tallahassee, will nceire
they \SIL ,
Bay the said Bill will be taken for confessed against -
DR.
received per Bark Mora! (rota York a New Stoves. Tampa Deeemb'r21I.im(! W SI have opvned the above Institution, under the superintcniKnre them. : tions for this valuable paperbound 1 letci

.J supply of RraJy-inadc Clothing and .S'aidlcty (/- rUST receivins:; from New York Cooking! Parlor. '- of "". P. CCNXIXUHAV, of South Carolina .ind it is further Ordered That publication of volumes $I 25! each. very neatly bounl

which are otlered to the pul.lic on the mos; Air Tight Stoves of the most approved pat Notice ulucb lift Station will afford all the advantages of a tliis Order be made in scmt! newspaper published at subscribers can par Dr. Nash.SOI.O :'
terms. HEIR &RUST. terns and latest stvlcs. Call and I Examine thorough and refined education. We hope to place it ROBIXSOX General Jj*
reasuaable them.T. DIX months after I shall apply to the lion I.i Tallahassee: oncea werk tot thespaceof four months.
October 12. 1s3'). 40 WHITE &CO. _, orable Judge of Probate"t for the of Gads-; on lIudl a footing as to obviate the necessity of sending THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. January 25, -

SepfemVr2l._ ( .T7 I d.n for letters of fuul ( .,Cuunl, as A.lrin.:: our children from home tw acquire knowktlge.Tirmt A lrut'coJ'lV-Aflt'IIl. ISol.Groceries..

Notce.SIX THE TRUE MEDICINAL i istratrix of the ('tale of William McGrifl, late ol f fuiJ f fr Session of Five Month. C. G. FiFE, Clerk.

I months (r.1 dotr. lnll.rsi npd. E"'cuto County, deceasc-d. TIle Fir t Class, in which wilt lie taught all the bigfierbranches November IS;*). 44 4m 20 n extra superfine Flour.
t the lat will and testament ol Lz Wiliaml. COD LIVER OIL SARAh McGRIFF. Adm'x. of an English Education also Latin and 11)0 bushels White Corn.

deceased Late of Gad-sden. Counly.il FTSEFUL in the cure ot Scrofula, Con Quincy, December2llsZiO. [ 6m Greek, if desired, f 25 00 In Chancery. 60 heavy seed Oat,
Jude ( Probate of*"jid County, discharge \J GoutRneumatismAsthma/ umllion. 10 barrels Mess"Pork
Second 6'/oJ
,
Cronchili$ i *-Spelling Reading, Gesrgrapliy IX JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT.
tud ieltlement up from s ar'd Grammar
Natural history
English
,
SAMUEL WOO!)IIUR V. Es cutor.Gaddt ol 1 this valuable medicine is Lungs. A supply Notice. Ancient and Bill for Partition and Distribution of Ettate. 2 tierces S. C. Hams
just 1 received, which Cumplltoition, Modern History
n Cniity1S.ptet1itIer 21 l. lvr 0. 37 Cm warranted pure, and of very superior f'lali( I y. is ALL persons Indebted lo the estate of John Cole- Recitations, 20 00 Alexander Scott, Administrator of Aaron B. C. Scott, 2 bbls. Leaf Lard.

Notice. For sue by LEWIS & AMES, deceased late of Madison County willplease i Third Cl
May 20.. 13): 20 Tallahassee, Fla. make paxm-nt ; and a: poisons having demands Geography! History, English Grammar r*. 20 plantinir Potato

Ix 'Mnth.after date. the undersigned. Administrator --------_ _ _ against said ttjIP.il please present them, 15 00 David E. M. Scott, and others. 1 Pecan Nuts,
I of the late Robert Fi.her, will present Sight Exchange legally attested, to Fourth Claf.it Spelling Reading, Writing, 10 00 TY this cause, it appearing from the allegations of 10 Drums Fis*.
their final account a-td vouchersto the Judge of Leon N NEW VANS RANDELL. Mn-sic. or the bill verified by affidavit of Complainant 15 bbls. Rectified WLi.xt!. '.
Probate Court and ak (for a discharge from said elate. *. O YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON December 21 1 1S50. SU St }Frt-ncli 20 00 that Defendant E. M. Scott docs not reside in the Landing from Scbooner TalbUMcXAUGflT..DJ! O.
fur sale, in 10 00 O
bums to suit, by i
BY TIlE TRUSTEES. State of Florida, but has fled to parts unknown not ,
R. W. FISHER > THOMAS J. out of the United States 25 1851. S
PEnKItS. Notice. : Xe\rpi January _
Adrn r! October 12, 1SV 40 January 11.1851. 1 tf
W. i:. FISHER, j Agent It is therefore Ordered That the said David E. 3!.

July 2 n. 1r 1. _2" ( m ALL persons or, crt"dih'r"l..galee other ise !, entilt'l In ulale dis Notice. Scott appear and Answer plead or demur to said Bill For Sale, to arrive per Schocner Yrlrt.

JSTffA INSURANCE COMPANY of( Aaron C. C. iltlf.tled the CHI or before the first Monday in June next, or the SACKS Livcrp.-l Salt,
Notice.months Sol.I late of JetTeison County, Florida A LL creditors and l galt'eund entitled to 1H 0
persons 0
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. deceased same will be taken for confessed as to Iim. and set 10 tierces anti 5 barret Rare..
bv notified to exhibit (heir distribution
of lime
out ( estate of Oscar Filly aw,
will
make \1JIf
c'ix af..r ddteIlIe I undersigned TJUILDINGS Stocks claims and demands within down for hearing ex parte: Provided, That this Order Pale and Brown Sherry
the Court of Probate of Leon and Colon in Ware-house : two jean from this date deceased of Gadsden County are hereby notified 3 qr.casb .
.
;: application 13 bepublL-hed for tour months weekly in some newspaper -
of clismiMion admiiiutrator ofIhc insured against loss by to the l..d.or the same will be barred ; ant that their claims and demands will be barred at I the 64
County: for letters W. Lea deceased.a LEWIS & AMES, al persons indebted lo said deceased, are requested expiration of two year from the date fiereof unless published in Tallahassee prior to said first Monday 1 bale heavy striped Domestks,
elt.te ol Joseph January 26, IS50.$ 3 make immediate in June.January 1 tt Mariner CIf'
JOHN MoDOUGALL, Adm'r. Agents Tallahassee. pavrncnt. the same be exhibited to the subscribers within that SJII tl
ALEXANDER: Adm'r. lime and all having demands 8th, 1851.THOMAS The latter goods arc manuCictured mlina ,.,3
1S'J. 43 <>m :COI ; persons any against
2. BALTZELL iJ1D1p1do
Nnvlmhlr Jefferson County January 3rn Judge.A L'\bm" said are M6t
1,1851. Ihe said estate are also notified to present them for by negro > ,

V Bagging & Bale Rope. Blacksmithing. settlement without delay. C. O.true Fin copy, Clerk.: the attention of our friends to 'hem.McXAUGHT. tXewport O"oa"0)1)

D. I respect fully I informs To Planters. OWEN FILLYAW S
Bales Gunny ;ig: TIEunderlntd JAMES FILLYAW January 18,1851. 2 4m Jannary 25. 1851. .
', 16 20 p-*. Sea Island (' taaarvn r, thatl I trine THE undersigned have just received theIr Fall Executors of last Will and C.ps.J rt
do r rtgTrwt Hnployed a superior Horse Shoer Testament. Notice. COTS, SHOES HATS ANDAue
60 ps. Kentucky he is ol Plantation Goods, which they ofler
sale brMcNAUGHT now prepared to execute all wr'l k in that line Gadsden County January 4, 1551. 52 6t B and for salt b.Y'
for Hale ceived
in
V L Coili Jlopc i ORMOND. superior manner and on usual terms. a of for the on accommodating terms, consisting in part SIX months after date the undersigned Administra. to BES1'V1Ct.GEORGE
folhwing: of the estate of Walter R Blackburn,will If
28, 1650. if. F. PAYNE. Duffil, Mackinaw and Grey. Farming Implements. pre January IS, 1S31. 2 f
New 5 June29.JS50. 25 Dlanktl-Lndon. No. sent bis final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate
2 Turning Plows Buzzard
( wQl heavy.A'rr NORFOLK Sweeps, of Jefferson County and ask for a discharge from
Notice.
V Notice. -- r.y,-Washington, striped and Goorgia. !,Axes, Hoes Spades, Hakes, Forks, said tJJat 'If""
flEpxnerspwhichK )!existed under the name Notice.ALL I Untey-fancy plaids and plain colois. Comahellers,Strawcutter.s,lamlrcills, Burr Millstones e tate.EJ..tAB LASTING undersigned hereby give DOtiC. .

; 1 and firm of BULL.& 1'RATORIUS, i is this day persons indlbe to ihe estate of Alexander I Got ton osnaburpsbrown shirt ings, prints, flannels: Waggoner's Jackccrews;Trace Log. Fifth and BreastChains February 1. 1851. 4 6m T spective offices will be open. Air the" da1.'S

dissolved by mutual consent AU persons indebted t I.tt" Crunly of Ilitlsboroiidi, in i I hafdktrchiet*,sh3\' negro caps and wool :Ial..and Just; Wheelbarrows Cartwheels, Wcllpullica, ic., official business from 9 to 2 o clock, rj
call and ucttle with J. the Stale of a large stock of rusa.ttB. RUST. received and for Mile by Notice.ALL excepted.
the above *ill please f10id3. dt'Cutd. are desired id make HEI& d.\y's and
who fr attend the Bcttlcmentof the conccni.J.B.BULL. immedialepaimenl of the same to Ihe undersigned, October( li 50. McNAUOHT OR3IOXD.. persona indebted to tho estate of Benjamin necessity! and flopriety lrregu1J reCCs"1 I b1
Du t Eueculois of said estate. All persons, as well also Newport Dec 28, 1850. 51 tt .Thompson bite of Gadsden County deceased, hours of business in public offices w are uiro eXp

J. PllETORIUS, the heirs and legatees named in the last will and testament Notice. V Notice. are hereby requested to come forward, and make immediate law and usage and are too obvious wation

19, 1850. 46Salt. of said deceased, having claims against the SIX months after date.application will be made lo I payment to the subscriber; and all persons SeeI ** V
[
NOTmor uiaidebtae! are requested lo present Ihe same lo I the Honorable Judge of Probate of Jefferson I SIX monlhs from this dale I shall apply to the having demands,cither creditors or distributees,against aw.rowsnrtt
laid Executors within two years from the date hereof County by the undersigned Administrator of George: I of Probate of Gadsden County for letters raid estate are hereby notified to present them within JOHN BEARD COlll11L

TurkV Island Salt for saTe or this notice will be plead in bar of any such Ellis, deceased, la<> of said Coanty, for discharge: of dismission from Ihe administration of the estateof the time prescribed by law or their payment will be W. R II A YW.\ &IiI.J.I"
byMcNAUOHT John B.
Bushels : Durr
deceased.M. W.o\LKER. C
2000 A ORMOJO claims. .THOMAS P. KENNEDY. from said administratorship. II barred D. S. .RZ'I. : .
ELLEN MARTIN, CHARLES POWELL. A. DURR, Administrator. W. EL KILCREASE Adm'r. R. S. :S.IIAV.RD. I:

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