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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 12, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE REirKX OF SPRING. THE POUR QUEENS OF S S _.
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Vnar 8.A the dove, whose wafting wing CATALLVI PASTA, SO 7.\O, f I PROCRASTINATION.B7 kind t
treatment
good keeping and ) bur
light
Tho green leaf ran omcd from the m -
2liy pcnial' glow, returning Spring, Angelica Catalini wasa Roman by I ; fortune with CHARLES a trailing MACCAf.face 1 love dens.and With such gentle usage,tIe horse will

otnct to our diorcs again; andas )born at the close of the last Strews serve you faithfully for twenty-five,
roses on and
She ) ; your vrzy, forty, even fifty years. Do not maim
for thOU bAt been n wanderer long, was brought before the public at I tliall or
we stoop to pick them up I disfigure! him by the cruel practice of
Oi a fair and foreign rtrand, age, and sang all over the southern I pricking,
many
To-day my love, lo-lll. nicking,or even cutting off a single hair which
In balm and beauty,pun nnd sing in Europe, priciptIJJ Italy lnd Spain. I should she lownwith face of care, the Author of Nature has furnished him with

(1f. Pawi"? from land to land. cer 8pllin in Junot's she married ;. aiaureque, : And talk of coining sorrow, for his special accomodatlon. And good taste

Thou brinjr'st tin- blossom to the bee her army. She was TC'r I I : pLall we grieve if grieve we must I* will require that in his natural garb and form,
To earth n robe wneralJ, dye ), personal charms: ; her form: us well i! i I ) Ta-inorrotc, luve, to-inorrw. he actually shows the best and is the most
leaflet to tlie naked tree, lovely face j is said to hate been a i j l comfortable to himself.
and
The those who've : Curry
) wronged la own tLcir groom
beauty, and her excellent faults
And rainbow in the Vy; cd with her rare of character, I I And kindly pity pray, him every day and give him "blanket and a
gifti voice
and
feel: blest benign(control warm stable) in cold weather and clean
thy
J most / 1 ; tliall we listen and forgivt 1 strawto
entirely unaided .
The jiulses cf my youth restore; uer, ai of- by education, l I Toclf1IIJ love, to-day. lie on. Ttlk to and with him, for he will
Object admiration
t>jvnin:: the Fpring of sense and &, (1:1'11'('5. the wss rapturous a born genius-for I I i ; ; i if stem justice urge rebuke soon understand your language,and manifest _
To love und joy owe more. II:1d little f ; And wansth from borrow, sgns of recognition, or the tenor, at least, of
training cr cnltnre in any I memory words.
I win not people thy green J owcr* bat! she was quick, fall of tact-that ) flail we chide, if thi Je we dare ITomorroic your

With "1",1"'" paJcnnd fjvctrc hand; gilt of Providence to \\omin, and I ( ( I ,love, to-lIu>rroU1. Zossnth and his Companions.

Or LICIJ with thine fie faded flowers plies' the ]I'Jltce l of tt hole) libraries of I : ; I :I those to whom we owe a debt Instructions have been Scot out
; by our
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(tii.nMry's diftiait land; -and endowed )nature. with the most !'I I j Are harmed unless we Government
pay the
to lIon.
Tor tbuu wort surely never givenTo derful xord por.vrs. Her voice I IP'IC I fchjJl Geo.P. Marsh, Min
was be
a we struggle to juat I
wake regret from! pleasure*gone; ,,u.tf L t..J. ,,. .J),. .asa j f To-day my love to-day ister at Constantinople, to intercede with tho
5ut: i like; an nig"ll1cnt from Heaven she was no musician fcho sang in And plead his rum thoroujjn- I Sultan of Turkey for permission to Kossuth
unoothc creation's composed oxpics'Jy for her, in whicli! 11: I shall his breach uc
To groan. we weigh or nun. : Amy or fifty of hiS exile companUnuCu .

Turn, wLil the groves thy gailands twine, ecution.vas adaj-ted Her to her voice and her style ; ( I r I ; ; To-morrotf, love, to-vicrrow. L'.i rr...i.i. 4 an :fl u.. fn. tim.

Thy pint breathes the I"wermll tree i \as in hn OJH.T.H greatest of that character name,, : I' I I lo.-e estranged should once again are in prison at Kutayieh, Turkey where they

JJr! bert hall iiaule tt thy tbine I composed by 1'ortogallo, a compoS ; 1 .I ) Her genial smiles disylay, have been for a year or more. In his letter %

And wordJp (bin thee; unknown, aad whose mnic the brought i ) i iI : hall we ki-a her proffered lips to Mr. Marsh the Secretary of State says:
And in some cab! ) f'quc-trcJ fjiot I I TWay, love, to-day. "
ashion. j I I I ; my It is now more than a year since the last
While listening to tIll ciiral strain, She sang in comic operas, snd her ;: ; I I if she would indulge regret, Hungarian army surrendered,and the attempt

JV* {rrief* shall be awlJle forgot acity made her very caj.tivnting j : } |I Or dwell with by-gone sorrow, at revolution and the establishment of an independent -

AnJ jilt-aMire. t'.Im again.Ths I trr however great the composer nii ) I J f ; #-n frhall \e weep, if weep we 1203! I Government, in which they wero

-- I \hoe muse the Tss tinging, the did j l i !1 To-mcrrrov love, to-morrow. engaged were most sternly crushed by the
Cctton Earket. I tate to cat out after : virtuous and Lannles united force of two of tk-e or
pRrs: re |)assw p, to t ,( act *joys, greatest powers
The no\\s of the late rise in cotton gJ.n"I I'I room for her o un Lrantras i\iether! -!, The minutes will not stay; Europe. Their chief .3i oc lteilrO liko

lie n'.irkct a galvanic shock. It rose for a !|'I suited the part or not. Her favorite j ) t\e' always time to wilcome tLcra themselves, in exile, or they have perished on
(<>v' hours bat soon relapsed! into inactivity. :1! exhibition,however at concerts I the field on the ,ca fold, or
was ; 'lir 'I:, my ljve, to-cLiy. or by military execution -
Snch xvxs the i'inct Tin fluctuations in the :(I in Kt gl-ind the diew down thunders I'I'I I ) : care, resentment, angry words, : their estates are confiscated their

value, of cotton arming from various cireurastances. :;: fiU'h*?, by tinging!!; thdr tyitional airs- .I \ And unavailing sorrow, families di -per ed, and every cattle, fortress
we will now take Iea\e to con dcr. ;i 1 }Hu'Unnia," *God Save the King," Mid I II :I fir too soon if they aI'reT.morrcz and city of Hungary is in the possession of

from the period of its original culture! until ball .is. TItUS we see that we are I II I : i lott, twnorrov the forces of Austria. They themselves by
1830:;, the production of cotton wont on fro.ii; ]I uf I far from
only pot people to whom muMcians | their desire to remove so the sceno
year to year in a progressive ratio of increase i I, played! id bung VatAec Doodle" and : from the XtUJ England fur,ner. of thir: late conflict declare: that they entertain

In accordance with the population and the i 8UN.iUnfih"ml.'llJti regular! demand for ks consumption. Hut I natural} abilities and beautiful 1 : : i I and wish to bo milled
I great f \| all our domestic animals the horse only pe.; to
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from tluit mor&Ue: year w," may date the j j'erfon, would have made her one of the !1:. in the foremost rank. Although team i; withdraw themselves altogether from all European .

t'Itrnordilry'ihltions in the cottcn crop, I 'st dramatic fin: CrB 011 the stage had she! 'j l j jI I! : have I le-ssvned the necescity of' associations, and seek new homes in
and Wl' will! show the extraordinary these vibrations both in production and jiriccs I j advttiUges acd di that I 'Vo.tidtW still aft I their at bl ?eDd have
: ;o\vriiig iij :( I Ii j ', or in the pleasure attempt nee they
and the ialierent causes which since that j done euou h to fecure mere world j : to those not so much l.:-j t on bu.ir ss I most dearly paid, and now, broken in fortuna
tine luve made both the production of cotton | >he eared little for the future biir :: ij i I ) geld, as asuc acat aid aealtby ezer- and in heart without home cr country a
inJ tlie traffic growing out of it, one of i that grc-jt (;Irn iujent of Art in which 1 j 1, } ; band of exiles whose only future is a tearful

the most hazardous: of pursuits, and caleula-! uu'ndfdby nature to thine 6l fixed } 1 I labors of the horse seem to be changI remembrance of the past-whoso only requestis

tad, from their effects and their consequent ;: rather than asa comet. She was born i I : year to year, and have in some ds- i to spend their remaining daysjn obscure

enormous fluctuations, to influence the moneyed I a tky whoAO ttno IL'rt', as it i h iclJ I I : j been nutig ted. If we look back bat a dustry-they wait the permission of his ImperialMajesty -

interests of the two great commercial! ) ,. it* children, bestows music and all ;,;, t: lr. we find him u travelling thc bark mill t to remove thcnascl.'es and all

liemispiieres.The I, girt.i ; :: : ) I morni; till eight; and before the :- !: that may remain to them across the ocean to
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following table will exhibit! the production j "To be born a Roman or a .',e..po 1' |,! I II of steam engines and railroads, he I the uncultivated regions of America and

! for the past fifteen years, with the ruling f said a clever foreig er once, i is to be rrima'p. to perform the very arduous la I leave forever a continent which to them has
prices during: that period: !.I duties become gloomy than the wilderness
I singer or a f'lilltcr-Itnlians are artists 1 the stage-coach the of which, more
I Tnrs. CROP. PCJCT. \ the cradle." !I / j.1 high feeding and hard driving, ha was more lone and dreary than the desert Tha

ISJS-SG. GOOOO........ .1& 5-GJSS6S7 Calalini, liJ.e Sontag, retired : I.I ; j, worn out. But the modern application people of the United States expect from the generosity .
... .. 1.422.000..,-, .14 and after absence often I 1 iu for his of the Turkish Monarchy that this
fetagc, an ba sent
cr I ee ais to mercy re- permission
1- ... .. .. ..I'b01OOO.., .... 10 ; i! ;
isss-48..... .. ..iscoooa. yeire:, returned for a thoit time. : .I If Lieam Las not entirely super eded the will be given. They wait to receIve
1639-40..... ..... ..2.llHI1OOO.. ........... f quite a rimilarity between the reappc; ;, I I( the horse for the work, it Las certain- these exiles on their shore, where, without
lilO-41... ..... ..\,: ,..101HM of Catalini and JSontsg-as Sontajj' I mu h curtailed the requirement of giving just cause of uneasiness to any Gov-
!. ....... 1CS3000.. 8 new vocal star is i isi ng-I'arodi. \j I II I i kiud of labor. lie Is now mostly used ernnwnt they may enjoy whatever of consolation
lEtI... .. .... ... .8.000....... ... GIHHt. alini the I I; I I and short excursions can be afforded by sympathy for their
Pasta had ) re-
.....>..... .!A3)0&.. .... .. 8 reappeared great jtitt i( riding,
her d but. 1! the cultivation of different features suffering, and that assistance in their necessity
{ ;
lHt-tI.... .. .. .2,331,000. G j I
1St1l..... . .:,'00.000.. S1SW4'7 I Pasta, the acknowledged queen of I : than thosa heretofore demanded. which this people have never been late in

.. .. .. .. .. ,''8.o00". .. .. .10 j the giXMtt-st dramatic singer th.t : I i and activity are the qualities sought for offering to any, and which they are now for
Ufl-IB... ".. .2.8J7XXX(). 7$ I{11n L boards, made a debnt as a gilin ;iI ) in place of strength of body Ulll limb the first time called upon to render. Accustomed

18W-49 UU-iO... .. .. .. ..(.)4W0 Rui0.. ... ... .11 f.i.. I but creatrd Irrtle or no sensation. ihe I |I I' is better fitted for the draught I themselves to high ideas of national .
16 1 estimated. .2 (X.000) drvv from the stage and pent five )" i t : I horse is susceptible of th,most perfect independence; the people of the United -
retirement *nd close study of her pr ;, i I! and can be made to kno\ your.i.sh- I States would regret to see the Government -
From the above table it will he that :
toe seen I In lfe'2, she! appenred at Paris, and tl I! I '! ; before they are expressed, and poSt of the vast empire Turkey constrained .
crop eighteen hundred and thirty-nine : I j and hen I force of circumstances to exercise tho
and her true dibnt es a great singer; at ." ) great activity strength, pro- by
49 exceeds the crop of eighteen hundred I will them the of for other
and tie r.-fis t\\'cntJ.roar-tbe age of : I j encouraged, use to vtmost dnty keeping prisoners powers.
forty-nine and fifty, and UkevUeexceefl1the : : She WES not R tall woman, but had a I ; : power. The attachment of the horse You will farther say to the Sublime Porto

average of that and this sear, taking the proportioned j crfeon, a majestic : I I master is well known and a reciprocity that if, as thisGovernment hopes and believe,

estimate of 2, 03OOO hales as correct The 1 her voice, M hieh was a rich : -/ I I' I II between the horse and his keeper M. Kossuth and his companions are allowed
tnormous? expanse of country brought into : lut to from the dominions of his ImperL
tnltivation wes c&refully mid properly cultivated. j jI I i very great; we are sorry to depart
before it Las been propeily quhli- was dramatic vocait-a! musician & he is sometimes most grossly awl wan Majesty afthe expiration of the year comi
tied for it, both by a utficient population tnd I I I in 18oO will find
they
abused. mencing May ,
the I as u !illcr. Her great characters KS convey
requisite preparation against accidents, is ]i I t ogr&phers and the old journals tell us horse though when kindly treated will ance to the United States in some of its national
a prominent of the extensive variations '
the cause I, Kosdni's Destktnona, Tancredi and great attachment and perfect obedi ships now In the Mediterraheun sea,
13 distant results of crops. The planter, when: nid< ; Romeo in .iiarc1li's: Kcinoo I j ? I I submitting to severe labo s, will some which can be spared for that purpose; and
from neighboring assistance, and covering ; I 't tI and oL will on receiving assurances that these -4 j
; letls ; Pavjello's Ni-ia, Meyer's :! I j t exhibit great provoking i.nacy. you
urge plantationsAith sin iiedequHteattountofbbor : she vhs the tit singer: cf IjclliniVguttt: 1 : j l! leads to cruelty and sometimes unmer persons will be permitted to depart ascertain 1
j !
could not puardcgsiiii'-t! those I I : precisely their number and immediately -1
i sl crt-htion, Nonna. Thoce who : : i beating. give
tasuilities to which! agricultural' labor) inthoseregions ;i tened to lei., have told UP, that as '! i experience and observation, vie are notice Jo: the Commander of the United States 1<
was particalaiJy liaL (. The extraordinary I ; satisfied that kcn-ascs Squadron on that Etlt.ionho will receive I
only
j they f hn- her they never recognized! the '1 I whipping /
tuua variations; from y'psr to j-eBr may be er; that is, the ns never Pas.ta, but I and makes him more l.I. dnle. orders from the proper authority to be pres- j
,
t\'a.tors in the fact of the tii iion of its cul- i i' the charcctcr she was r6onatib": ;,i :; I !! it is somewhat didicult to command ent with such of the ships as may be necessa-

'l1le 1ahorofthC'over fo vast a surface. !I tcr night!' a friend told us who saw I } temper, when the horse, LnoVnng your sary or can leave the station, to furnish conveyance
idiridtial "ho works alone in refusing to obey still 1 am to Kossuth and his companions to
T1u1t} Naples in Iei5, they would rcc her in ) l 3, pen-ists I
tinproductire and the returns liable I "
to I crodi, Scmiramide and other & ,| ) ? that kindness will[ sooner bring him the United States. 1
vanatioas great ("t?lIt. M an mutt work: I than of treat been received that the Sultan .
opposite coarse has
aUaafioa I every ni :t fch j was dirlercnt-ever- ; ? an Intelligence j
J5 wit!, his fellows to be : I
Wedioproiide ena- I finging. KS if fuwi insi.iration, the Ii{ \Vhcn in full health and plight, he has liberated all the refugees; excepting j
agaisst casualties that ruin '
I be fond of moving forward as are
the her cliHmeter.She as you 1
I Kossuth and another.
cf
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crops j0bc wj,0 destitute of
are as- him do A little is much
ztLVee. left the stage in the prime' of : : so. patience i 1

lpcI)1ltion 1.e. dense and labor abundant and in tke! very height of her great f l1I i ; I Ii : I; than the whip. We once asked a The Every-Day Harried lady. j
the! J.1:1'.11'r \. the hs not been idle during her i i i -dellcr how he should manage a contra. The evcry-day married lady is the iavehbr
ind can C.11\ acquire aid in harvest time, j -she hits pieparcd most of the best : I I lie replied ". c-eret Urn know of a thing which few foreign nations have as
pia :111 the] cotton that] i-16 raised |
} on he behaves want to have
'j! Jriaiita-Jon. The combined labor of man-;, of the present time ; the celebrated ( t i just as you yet adopted either in their houses or lan '
wad can instructed from her; Bfecaccianti, the I S guages. This thing is "comfort" Tho
provide and
but against droughts over"W6 i ican vocalist, is said to have been are often matievcioushi breaking, word cannot well be defined ; Ihe items that
labor is onr Ihblv t-ettled country, where I:i Pasta for musical directions; but i is called, and in training, when young, enter into its composition being so numerous,
scarce and difficult be obtained
the result is often the ilovaU&tion to of half the, i knowledgcd I and favorite pupil i {tbe! ) :. i I. management. In breaking colts into that a description would read like a catalogue
tr0p It is i culifet we have lately heard, ''arwibt : : they should never know that they I We all understand; however, what it means*
barbarioas to fly over too vast a I! break When convenient, the I II
trct of In 1829 Mile. Smitag appeared, and t away although few of us are sensible of the soured
for settlement and I
country engage while the cold fair Prussian made :I cr begin with them the better.
'lth :. ) I you of thS enjoyment widower has very lit
unreasonable cailincss ii the I
bon lands. : prepnraofnew get the pure rocial lot)le Pasta had I I them gradually to the halter and tie comfort, and a bachelor none at all-

!Jorlhe hazirdous Thus we may account nobly) representing, and they again ran '; ; i while a married man, provided his wife be an
character of the cotton trade, i I halter in the first place, should ho so
la ly alter( the vondcrst1n! ?J had admired i ) every-day married lady-enjoys it in perfect
consequence of the variability in the
production' and great rational de. i the Cjitalini furor Mile. Sontag I ( that they cannot break: it when made tion. But he enjoys it unconsciously! and,

dUl'tion, the results following the, by a ices. pleasing, reFjx.-ctable actress, but !' : ) ) f to a substantial post. .They wiiI seldom therefore, ungratefully! it is a thing of course

111e above table upon likewise pt shows another !j take the ears of the multitude by I : strength more than once or tu ice ; and -a necessary right of the want of whichhe
' I, turning her voiceinto an instrument. same with any part of a harness. If they complains without being distinctly sensibleof
fcingularity Induction, that in some yearsilh a great ii'j member reading many years ago, in they can break a halter it is seldom for its presence. Evon when it acquires suffi.
prices are high, and \\heu the '
vicious{ habit
crop has failed it has papcrs, the most rapturous accounts : and becomes a very -. cient intensity to arrest Ids attention, when
low> been-acconipanied I tag's execution of.the violin : two years old, they may be placed by his features and his heart soften and ho looks

demand! prices_-A:a 1'paradox. ErlrCs.Ac1mtisin against. supply) and I Hode's air. She was one of the I i e of a steady horse and afterwards in a round with a half smile on his face; and says:
singers of the modem florid school of { t : carriage followed up everyday for some "This is comfort!p. it never occurs to him to

.-He is a shrewd man whoadVertises. I She was not remarkable) as a dramatic I length of time. inquire where it all comes from. His everyday -., .
TM pron'rUal,the world orer. : except in light, elegant comedy, such shoeing the first time, be sure you get a wife is sitting quielly in the corner; i.t-

It is bhnjly) .uttingyour goods, wares,ml'lits, t I IJians ina in "11 ttarbicri" and the like. i strong smith, that rill hold the foot as was not sho who lighted the fire, or dreaded

suggestions I' bargains, & ., into thecycs 'I who have beard her in her prime have ? as he wishes ; not too long at first lest the dinner, or drew the curtains; and \; nev .
of the universal public. Everybody ed her voice to us as a high soprano, I be weary. Horses are not unfre- er occurs to him to think that all these and

eads the newspapers now-a-days. A good !, great volume or power, but sweet, \ I I ) very troublesome through life by a a hundred other circumstances of'the moment

(kirertisement is like taking every man and late, and neatly and nicely cultivated. in first shoeing. owe their virtue to her spiritbg\ ; and
woman ia society 1 by the vest, button-hole or : was fair, and quite an EnH h.looking j ? signs of a good road horse and for that the comfort which enriches the atmos. "

Utn, and privately whispering to them important i, very unaffected and simple) iu her are a small head, a short back, and flat phere, which sparkles in the embers, which
matters. Who are they that succeed bot5i: on the stage and oft": !I Something maybe known by the coun broods irt the shadowy parts of the room

bUhinesst r The one who stirs the public 1111 She did not remain long on the : : which cannot well bo described. A which glows in his own full heart, emanate
up
or those who make no more noise than: a married a Prussian nobleman, Count ; ) full eye, wide nostrils, and a wide pro from her, and encircles her like an aureola,
i and afterwards shone forehead be considered some of
church mouse t-Of course the former. The as ambassadress j g niay
laaa of enterprise and intelligence Court Kusfcia. One evening, six tlgns of co rage and long wind. The During a recent trial a female tyltnesj{
alw3)5Jlutlltins 1
lr and his merits straight before the years ngo, we were listening, for the ) of horses depends 'somewhat upon fan. was asked if the woman Uflga whom an ofj;

public eye, and keeps them there. It's the to Auber and Scribe's pretty little) ; hut bay dapple gray and black are the fense was comnrUted. was, previously! to the

only way to make ,ret I Ambassadricc? as sung at the preferred in our country. S affair, chaste! "y es,"vas the reply, "ehe WAJ
b* any'bod '. money a reputation, or J by the French troupe, with Calve as ; 1 ,,, let us bespeak for thfa noble animal chaste about a quarter of a mile. .

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;. Ele/I0ribfaii&) Journal. There arc movements on foot, it appears, of New York, exist i in a
In reviewing the past: hUtoiy of our great KE\\l"Or.li, April I controverted I It. was shown again that on tenfold t1ee
t. form State within the territory now of strength to the
rrt s7Di >Mwi< te1ub1i. .., oWrvalion tends to Allen,-Democrat, has been elected ttovoru-; --- -- I the admission of a State into tho Union, according to a new of New York. Ihe urge most consefTJltire
or of RKodc Island: by a nmjoiity of COO.IjnfvW'Iiig TALLAHASSEE : for c onstitutuig the State in the South, whose! patience is nHi"1lausted
of the Government well
dcrelope features of vast importunes: in our to the practice New State as proposed, will comprise the city I
) and Tliurstoa Democrat, Lave -- "-- ; by constant and r *
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national destiny. been elected to, Congre.mtCOD E. sAiAY; APRIL 12, lS51. fifty years past, in all the instances on record, of New York, and tho counties of Kings, I ge=>," to despair of the Republic repeated, and%Ju*

Ever titice the establishment of our gov ___!-7'"IA_ r- .. __ there was not the case of an act of Congress (Jueens, Suffolk, Richmond and some others for the survey or's compass to draw to
thel
, eminent there has been that agitation consequent L&xpt3e cf Ur. Kallcry.V directing: the'records of a Territorial Government on the river. dary lines of a Southern and NortLcra, Co""
1)T sr \rcir. f 4id j ia tL 1 There two classes of reasons adduced
e > te nU* uf tile 6ili in tuit: arc federacy. "
: dflivered bat
tho existence of : to bo to t1tl es,
upon two great par \t:1\"YO": April! ::1-6} P.\f. dlt' fallowing! I .tcT froiii thatii) favor of this movement by the city people I I
lies.t the question of slavery c\- I ir.laUo'r, mccepC after directing! its Courts to take :
present Crtfon hsfbiXTi' dull to-day, and 4l.1iI'Iug.: j.Fifrepn origrem \advocate it-the first includes the series The Virginia Rescl ticns.
cites ouiveiral attention. Tlie great and nu !1-undri d La; !.'" nuld.! Middling L p- I! t ang Uie .cououisiju a i Scuuior feui HonKEV position of their own records, left the State of efforts continually made to excite hostile i 'Ve publish below the lie-solutions of V

merous exertions that have been made and art 1btill 1 lands eleven cents. Oilcans twilve.Advices J.1: to exert its own powers and jurisdiction o'ver prejudices on the part of the interior against gini.1, reported by a Committee of r.

making for the total emancipation of theiie rrcehvd Itt New I fcdfuiJ! from the .I : WE-T, M.uch 25 1831. records and cases within State jurisdiction. t he: citv which is their best and chief market and passed by both I louses of the thirteen,

ro race, have at last aroused the Sov.Hi to I Capo of Good Hope, st-to that ik? CaSirwar To His Ex. THOMAS IJiow, h Has rcjJy! been made to this, or has thi3 position Tht'!efforts have political objects in view, almost unanimous Leghbtare
was oi1! rafririjr. Gn'erir Itf lit" ld cf Fhrlda : :lUll it U owing to political leaders, who to by vote They area
shown
look been
We has
her of danger. cannot I been met ? Again-it
*ense upon Sir Henry Smith, with only five hundred 1 Pm :-I have: trre honor to acknowledge g ain their purposes would sacrifice the interests follows :
these ellbrts on the part of tho! North without I soldiers andjt smr.ll stock of pros i..jlUo4,,, the receipt of your ceitificrtc! cfmy election that on our admission into tho Union we had both of the city and of the interior, that Whereas the LegUatnre of tIle
tha conclusion th.it their uncalled! L Sate{
coming interference to with those surrounded ia a sm ll feat by cigUt mud") ._ SmmtAr I from the rotate of Fbrida, and to all the rights and stood on equal footing with the prejudice and enmities referred to have South Carolina has passed an act to Oj f !
for privileges provi' ;
to us under the Constitution will guaranteed eventually CaSrs.A notify you of my lie'eej'tanee oft'XlltcJ I the origin! States-that they, the original origin, perpetuity and violence. for the appointment of delegates to a 3j". t't'ern

hung about a dissolution of the Union Regiment from St. Helena had been ser.tJj I trust confided to me. 1 am too sensible of States," could not have been guilty of the absurdity A system of unequal taxation comprises; Congress, "to beer P-trustlh itla fall po". 'I
,ie-K- him.Thtrehad I toy inability to b/ing: to this position, the t the other class of reasons. Liws of revenue and authority to deliberate with the
When we rdk'ct the probability of tuclian of giving to the General Governmentcontrol view f
upon } been a capture of seven slave powers it demand, and of th? unmerited ostensibly general, are yet so framed as to and intention arresting further

event, we mut most assuredly the esjtoct: dangerous tobe vessels 1 hiug off :t. Helena.THIRD honor conf" red uj;on me I by my ft Howcitizens of their own records, consequently I have: their main application to the city-while and! if possible of restoring! the constitution aggression, i
of ;
involved in civil mot
a war not to fed dt'jly l grateful to them, am I States since admitted have as cK'ar right to t the benefits derived from the operation of I!'1 rights! of the South, a dlr not,

character.to those This i.itcrnal, however advantage, will whichwe serveto DKTATCII.AKRIVAL doubtful of ny>elf; and, u.tfe of all he i the Territorial records as had the original L those laws and from the sums exacted by I due provision for their future safety to.reeomlt't a. i"tn.I tl

point us .n M': hUes, I L.ilI eiu-ounter them, them, are enjoyed largely by portions of the dt'1wmmdcnce," which act ha *
*
ia &o eminent a degree.Vc feel I OF THE BALTIC. crave rej. Stats": to their records the power to control I I ( "f'' fonn: ::1
possess wish tl.e ejruet4 !hope tLrit: a disinterested devotiou State that contributed. little or nothing.It comrnunitat t.1 to tlH (..cer.l.nU.. ]
: assured that the South is i prep.iied to abide Seven, Days Later from Eitroje. of all Ill)' energies; to riteo-st* of the then never haung been bestowed on the i is proposed to call- tie" new state -.?-AAi "I l
the All consequences lUat ii require of such for! a ei.tire cour e.success is H.LTl10mpril: 3-!>, -15 P. )r. State, ur-iy evihCC my grateful sento of its Gri.erul; Government, and the Government: \TT \,." It would incl.ide a population e Assembly! of \ riuil, :TLut v-LiKt tLii t

S union the Southern tatcs.tI1e divisions Tlio Daltif. Ins arrived with! I.h"1oul 1 date : gezieruus confidence, Jiud pi ore not wholly a* before stated, n.-ver set-king to control a liiillion or more-an amount far beyond t'.e :tat deeply! sympathies with S. Carolina in .

among and diss.ll iOJlS which now exist :- up to .V.aich 'Ji She brings ititclli "Hice ofa I barren of pul-lic l h&c1it.. hem by Congressional: enactment, but leavingth aveiage of the Sttt.. IJttkv part in: peace;" th:? fwlings excited bj the: un-': 'Taflt3LIe! ia.terfert'iice !

better Ming! in the! Engli-h maikct.Cotton With great respect, have thi! h' nor to 1.t of says the New York Express if we cannot: I of certain of the non-tlavjhclJin'
and such
States make
; mong us mu&t era long cease, every new to disposition ,r
r.ll in -Xxchwge States with C
together harmony.
obedient papPr.'flme our common
Southern State will be coiipellcd to follow has advanced 1d. year servant, them f institution?, and
the same course and adopt the same measures Sales of the wtvk .1' ,OOJ bale, 19ODO tlOO 0 .S.:: H. MILLORY.Hejiater. as they saw proper. complaint set up for a dltLion" of the j'i whilst diversify ofoj-'inbn exi>ts amontha! .
Now these the that have been !i
this!
are positions people of Commonwealth in
which arc now proposed by South Carolina.Her "fCl'uI.t"N": : to exporters Law State is that the city of New York! u taxed j regard to t
'.'.' quot-itions are a> follows : Tnir Orleans taken iu tl.U p:1per. Have they been repliedto thei.otI1! justice aid constitutionality
be followed and Of
example must Jthouyhfju We have receivod Iruni Julia Liiig-toi beyond all ; to the rest of tU State j
: :, proportion ,tIle of the late CCJI1
may be considered precipitate and headlong 73 ; Fair U.limk7id)| ; fiddling OrK.ins7iu ? If so, we 1.4VC not }h:}.l the good fortunet I mt-a laM : '- N of the ('ci. I

ill'her movements, the time will soon arrive : ; )Iuha; 7|u; I'phnds7d. Stock; E f. of I 157 Broad way, N. Y., editor of iie? see the rt-j liIII: 'r. We lm\e wen the and as an illustration it is st.!le.l hy theKr- ted t.tt"S, tvktn as a nlioK'! ant! c-imrnonly) !

when] her predictions as regards the continuance : oil! hand: 491,000.I'oiticil Monthly Law M glzincorJ" of Living [>rem that the city i is call-d upon to e .trib"l j p knfl It as t'ne compromise measures ; vtt tL*
hlv.
*. __ I Ito threat.to. fill" an.1 imn.i.on-wo. { t\1'f1\ me U,'.-* year to tio School Fund -iJ'Jf>." 1' l.t'gil..hue! of Virgiii.m deems it a *
of Northern aggri>M. n, will be trci'c1'3U ; t- news unimportant. >a once- 1.-- P f -t'iitiniiig tlio t n-fn I "a'3' .o.v..otJ w.i p .llags crouch III I >,xii.I, ,: duty te de.

Jju .y Ptxlbwu?./* i ? 'latliCt*. i* *?, at*****the*.n.*pointtiftho "*" Niw-YonK: April, ,!. } er in the ,'United Lormty: ftJd Slate, of eY( "'- U.'" i such th lsh; l.xnguftge a3 some pumpkins," of which} large anon.t it r Mare
glistening! bayonet and the glittering! rrKTitnn nv THE H.\LTir. time Counties nith their ,J.i.: II fco., a ]Ja.l" rt"u cf r-4'ai U l 8< co..lioJ.hit," aggrawaii.in," sLrimm.ige: ," own schools only #1l'1In addition 1 to ;I i' any action (in consequence nnwiliJ1g 01'the Same to t 3
j.culat.L
iword.t' cannot! look calmly upon the The Havre Cotton maikct 1 has advanced I'gltl rates of inter'1 cncner s State vac., Arc.,)but more ti-! .:i tliis! we have not ob this, banking capital; n k.Mnpei 1 by orbi'l J to .I.-1oy the iutrgritJ of thi4ItP'sOtVeJ t))two."
; togdI""
late development in I llotlon, because it pnnes one to two franc 14.rYL'U.r dl, we do not complain. If others ant taxes, which} are not duwiJ; \I from tue 21. That,reardiog the'aj

r to the South, that! she has nothing to hope for> Political.!: England! I I.is occupied with the with th I' J l"a*} fo-nn for the"nt'kuo1.J6" are sati-ik'd with the vL\v thus far taken: same imostmenU in the int.ior coul tic .- I of tint Congress of the United >tatjg, ti acts en
ment of deeds ,
from Catholic! in Stilt .
tho avaricious 'J1IJ"
and grn jiing: Noith. question. every > oik together '
But tLe j as an adjuitueit 01 tire
Tint which France will[ not interfere in the German we at k'list are content. most grifvou; cause of di atbfac- ( exciuVj
act heralded
was frtIi by thewise i \Jl'Utl.rrqllirl.d n I.Lrhmount of labor to ;j questions to wLich they relate, and! ekcris
lion i b tine ?.
and grctt.of our nation as the hal( illgl'r qnztrtl..tti.tiia. : prepare it, and the editor alfirms teat it> contents Population of Florida. a ue wlach is heaped upon]> the big the hope that, i it" f i.ly executed, tLey will
of to a districted has 'failed: and Pni'Mi are divider! on the city liy tlu> Albany KuJ other "HcIl//
peace country, todfect : are as accurate as arduous labor aul We find in tie is'inlincl the subjoined al, p f ers, restore to the country that harmony acj conj
-
tha devied result. It i; disregarded Gernrin Confederation: fJ'Il'i.n.: The 1.itter 1 are doing ail fulence which
as utterly : j U.ey cna to exv rate tke-ir j of-late I have been
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uaha
I as it would be had it never been: j iiexistence. ; smm'laiiis the jews of the smaller: ] :tmt'- \iil"l care could reiiurr tliem.Ve Ifirn stract of the p4>}>ulatii)::, :* (., of t M...rtda, >*ith L Lthe readers against New Yo.k their; I i &:turb.: 1. thi State of Virginia so elecaaitaa-pil!

" Vermont has I by an act of her Tlsere! i is sofne probability of a warlike rnpturo from it that there are twenty-one th.,uhd exception of tSv, Counties of Monroe and I IDah ." hcst Kiarket. -! \\h3 (in IB? preset conJiliuii of tLe. ,

-' gitbturllullif Cil the fugitive slave law Ix-twi-en the in. nine hundred and sevcriity-nine Law..t'J"S. in the ", fnrni -It..cll.J iht? U. S. Marshal.The J. to soutl! tLlLgbts: to the proposed JioutlicraI eCllltryt| :
i nnd lias taken measure's to the ; IMUAccounts from India report thit Says the Rrprny :
secure C
ccajinI I Uiiitc'd; State. who, income Stntirttl; ri marks : 1 r tI&3"
\ of slaves. Toil t Mahrour: has 1 1oen taketiliy th. niiKliih suj>*.o>ii: safety fugitive can ;
ht.ingtH"ewe used : 4.Ived 3d. Tliat
I : I S1500 to each }half] this Uy the Cen.!us of 18 JO population of theTerritory are to > Virgiliearn 1v
- Tliroaghout Massachusetts J anti.ft\'cn' and thltt portion of Prince Die'si': territnry average ( sum would that sot t of thing-but vrhn t!.yOiiti'Rg; i I aid aJfjcUonalely appeals ta her siaUr .

1, meetings are being held in every instance dej ::- lmr" b 'cn l'c..jed to th? last india! Comj j;I probably: !IOI nearer the! md.Youl.1) amount i was srown to be .r J-177-Monroe, are inilivtcd: upon u;, \.? }Log thrrcht."-> of"I II uf South Carolina to de si i t fom : ceA'tateil !

monstraling their determination (to render the : pany'' in liqindation of a debt of sixty thou.1 1 to thirty-cue million five; hundred tiiou;.!tnd and Ihiile contributing K: M to that raumter. I the Albany }:>tiiig: Jounis! IK! tu i-echo ) accession upon htr part, which any -

I J law uscIl's .. What are we to expect from : and dollars, alleged to be due said[ Company i ir dollars a vcar. TLe State of New Yr hnI,1'4 -, These two counties now contain btteenthree : I that journKl's :ibi.e uton our siij.*, our i bet i-nd.miier perretukv of tlo I-nioa.anJ cannot

:r tbose whu 'iute: the 0111"r P:1Cl' olieruig I that Laxvyers Vi-ginia:: i.s Ohio Itth9 and four tLoiTsand.! Excluding them I cay, our pur/ie im-n, owr iiisi't-if.oai.: our *nttrpim'S I the bent-tits to all time CHUB'S, resultiuf! : nvra it.
Jtas been made I \.Ve are deprived of the ; our merchant, if such I Resolved 4tb. That
Rhode Island Election. the 1 in v < or, Virginia, b, lining; the
privilege of earning our slaves into Califoriia TIlE WHIGS JJADLY I'.KATOXPHOVJDBMT. 1'loiidu J 15. The pujlIJiorpro.oiOaU) { ] > con poiiiihitioii, 1MO, wa? 5.1r5, and in1S50 i I thing* rnu; be echoed, as iu tJ*> Ciiluid !I constitution of the United Slates, ii'uithM

, : efiort is directed tinue thc Register fiom it was 6(5ljj.r, ghbg an iucreav of Co. Whig, that I ?
every :I igarnet: our iustitutions :, April 2.Philip year to year, if sufficient I t second tL iia)>?iu<*nt jiJii.hiUtered, provides adeqiuUu protection to

-and still the !poor' pitiful, peace mea- Alli>n the I rare, which does but give us back our Opposition candidate, i is I fix the of Honda State; to be called :MaHs-tftr.?!," orSautKvrn 'iiid otill 10 !!it. -
proj elected (;lovcnior !liy about fiOO( ) mmortv. the legal l1'U1)fl and to Lu.-ines. mcugenerally population at 00,009, in ,- o : g to that it.&trucieht for
(buy, h so entirely disregarded i as to J leave us C < (;J. rouud that there New .i 01. letter part in pace if "e cannot diVnce wit! in t!,o Union, waned ly lie
I in a condition far worse than we were beforeilie eov ro King, (\'hir} ,) is elected to ] the! x.'ork is worthy thur: }pKtror.age. numbersJ.ou'iug i iyet pull together in harmony.: .it'iice of tit. the eipt -
Congress in the past, tliU'gets ot the
KaMern Di.-tricl, .ind }JVnj.-i- Address John abunJsncc of room for more. Florida prestout
of the law. con.
Who Livingston 157 Bro
jiassago it that :dwav
was aiid the
t acted j min 15. Thurt'ton ((0ppoJtiori) in the Western tniiis lof I We can't LIp thinking that wore t!.# editors hopes of the future, invokes all
and an 57,000 miljs
eo New D7-
conspicuously gained such iminorfcil District.William. Yok. square or I of who liv? under it, to adhere more st idly t it.
the Eatress
ii citizens of tn South .
glory the blood-stained. ? ,
fields 000,000
upon e-f seres. and tu f.re-rw iuvioLit; t!.
tfLich
Co loieo t I answer, emphatically, the South. Reach Lawrence is elected Lieutenant Telegraph to Apalacliicola.We with t'te-ir! \ k'WS of thy oLl.-ag*:.'* o;Lrrd l to ', it affords to tin rights of individual;suitguardi l
From Palo Alto! to !BU'lIa1.t1froll1 Yera (iveinor ; Asa Potter, Secrptary of learn from the .\ral.ld.icola(11'crli.} Alslrart of the populnfion, deaths antI nvmferof New York by doC interior Counties ; the interests of tatc3 anI
Stale: WllterHUr dinHing. ;iu t,r X; they i sectional minorities.
Cruz the ; t'8, Attorney; ; -; "rii thiirict of
I teas that to! the gates South of Mexico conducted-every herself field at- and EdwinVil! 'ir, Treasurer-all Opposition ; i-; I "r that! measure an incon"ideration ft retablisliiig '/uuida, lai:<; the 7.'A Ctnsus, by JOHX would bo cl.VvHhl with; tho! "fire-eati.-y.r" Resolved, 5lh. That all!! acts of Ic! htiol

undaunted with by about UOO tririjority.In : a ttlegraj-hie communication bttwf T. )I\"JtIl' If. X. Marshal. school of itolitiei.ms. Of what can the city or combinations, drowned iu any way biariiy -

f coura3\-with determined resolution. 1 the Senate, KJ Whigs and I 14 Oppof-i- Columbus and that city. The Albany Patriot.. I a t4. of New York- complain iu comparison withh- I It t!luu: to the ailect the institution ot slavery:deserve -

Tiia great and trJi:1gsc ncs through which! lion are elected, and no choice in' fur town*. noticing tho matter, says: We would 0 3 that of w-liieh the South has the most unqualified reprobation, are
Divon offensive
strongest peculiarly : the
to !
I Southern
l In the Hoi Stales
; e, ti. and! c. is ,
Vhigs 31
I* filae! passed in that eventful war, rnut be too tion are elected. In six towns there Oppo.-i-h suggest to the people of Apalachicola, and ; ; ; f ground for being incensed ? Of the taxes and mut, if persisted in, incvitally t2e '&ttii

: ileojjy engraven upon our memories! ? ('\Ct to choice. no all the other j parties interested, the following! No. 1. &cirnla, C3 23.12 70 63 I collected fur the support of the General Gov- restoration of peaceful and hanaocious! sentiments .
be dfll cd. The glorious victories which bhe connections : Prom Macon via 2. Stnta n'lS1, 210'( ') 'EG 22 i G in the States.
OgK-thorpe, tr.inient she
at least
vas: 6O eminently instiumcntal in achieving, 3.Valton, IIl.lm", pays two-thirds! whilein Resolved, tith.; That the Governor of tit

will 1 tie handel. down to future geuorr.lions I : as PIIIL.mT.LI'HU, .\1':iJ 3-G P. M. Albany, IJaimVidgeand} Quincy, tu ;Apalach au,} Wa.wrlgton, no I":1 70 '2 9 the appropriations mado by the Government Commonwealth be requested to transmits ..

, bright mementos of a people's chivalry and DankiVchister! h now here and sojourning. icola. From Quincy, a branch would proL.1 4. JakSon, 310: 33: G 69 ro SK receives comparatively nothing. copy of these resolutions to the Executive cf

courage. We must, therclore.: be pr'II:1I'.ct! at tho f' >Iumlm House. lie J i' tjtlltt lriIl>- il.lv o t..rJ to TaH.*!..,a.ff ajul New Port.TJio .- 5. CaJIwun, 92.1 411 9 16 The chief itc-m in the exports of the whole the State of South: Carolina, with the ret l1 5t
: tijain to gin on our armor and go forth to jiosed. I lie (K>..,.Mgns intermediate 6. Ihr.J.lin IS' that be Irud r
remaining over (to-ruor. places mentioned would 38 261 country is cotton, the produce of the South they before thw next Itgi.bturtnc.l ,
: ; inset our enemy, resolved to conquer or meet row and \ilI.ll'aon. Saturday for the Noith subscribe liberally! for tho stock, and would 7. G.b.h'n, 3O1 45.50 IO 6.q.l -that article of that copies be also! transmitted: to the

:.. n glorious death.1tit fears have we for a if wxll enough to travel. do much toward; the 8. IKOII, 3 ;.} 623 12 2 73. commerce by which New Executive of each of tie other States cf this

S dissolution of the VJJionone i whatever. The juins of the wall of the Assomlily waking line profitable.The 9. Wu1Li, 1123 7t J I" York, Boston, Philadelphia: &<.,Live become Union-tLe State of Vermont only except J.
. Every circumstance goes to prove thltn Building which fill! whole coat of the line would not exceed 10. .Jdf.r great and ciis. "
tn.dtYI1d which was Ou, 2152 4519 bj' iW;; prosperous : Their merchant The Richmond these
are a people) eminently calculated to I supposed to have hurried :3vJ.>,000, vJiieh wHuMIN a nu're true; rer approves
promote I undenu-Hth three com- 11. Main, !S03 2iS 2G MI princes" derive th ir iiurueac incomesby
: our own interests without the assistance of young l.'idiv's, Jan been pretty thoniughly) } pired with! it. importance to both merchants 12. llatr.ilton7 IS: ; G'3 2j 301 in this! resolutions w:.l.r. They aLo receive tIle

those who would gladly impost upon us the cxatniucd aid thus far no one has been found. and planters. / 1:1.: C..lumbi:1, 3)12 12Ct :0 50 trailitking ?rot7u.t. It i h the great I approbation of the whig press of IlicLtaoad!

galling yoke of tyranny. The resources 11. AI.uliu.'i. 2.2 J7.: 2q_ ,_7l. industrial heart through which runs tie lifeblood and of tlie Staie generally. Os tlie ether

which we possess mus-t inevitably make us agreat H.UTDIOir.prH2.. Encampment of Knight Templars.We :. .M. rionaa l Levy, 2122 1510- -IS 4571C. r.I I of every pursuit. Rut instead of leaving L iiid, the Petersburg Sjuth Side Democrat

commercial people ; but even were we arc pleased Duval, 2133 20 I; 20 450 : it free and untrammelled, the Gcv.rnaiontthrows
to reap no advantage from the severance ofIho r John! M. Datiii-1, editor of the Richmond: -tltC'\'im \5drnce of says:

tie that binds us, we would Pot least have Examiner and William C. Scott member orj the prospering condition of Masonry; in our 17. aw..aIJ, IllS 1U77 10 ISS I! around it harra: ,sing and onerous tar "The Resolutions: reported I the Committee

; the satisfaction of fen ling and knowing that the Virginia IIo'i=e of Delegate?, from State, that an Ij'icamprnent of Knights Tem IS.l'athiriian'l St. .Tc>kn
we were not ihe minions of an unfeeling and hatan, have left Ifirlnnond to fight a dut'l.Ir. .- plars: has, under] !i"l'l'u"ltion from St. LuJe,33 1150 40 50&Sf ( I } to invent their wealth and treble their unanimous'vote.. A more naurerffcc-:
;
I the G. (I. J9.! Ilill"Luru'& B'ntlin
::
) CO: 3f.5T..t.l
relentless An Daniel has publLhvd: } a bitter card in lion has but confirmed first of
tyrai.y. impenetrable future reply gains: at the of'llis South. : our impres.i'J{
of Ett
Encampment the U. S., been formed in in Wt1 Hoiula, 1130S. 8120 240 2&04 expanse tbii
preclude the pos.-ibility of a knowledge of to Mr. Scott's and Kaya: he will be out of this business. We still think the whoiepro-
the ( uinev. )le Molay! ilil.io! Horula, ];\,;; 22135 3M 2070, is not 311.r to can stand wing: taxed:: -
when it is Kncamj.mer.t. we
i cmr destiny, but we at Je-ast know that to stay city published) and may never '. '. e-eetling: i irupolitie! to tee last degree. These
in the Union with a continuance of aggression return.Jen.. of Knights of the fled Cro.-s, Knights THMplar litot HoriJa, li)777 0333: : 233 28II are u'd to that sot of thing"; -but the resolutions! nothing but a jod" peed to.

is utterly impo! l"iLlc. To practice any ( Chillis has ]bcemi ordered to take command ?, and Knights (f Malta! ; or the I Onlt-r! of f.'rand Tutali-,-- 4C702 SOSl'3 SCO 6583 people, society, public men and institutions," abolition bin. Virginia has announced by

further foibearanco on our part would! be as in California, and Pemfer 1' Smith: is :1. John, was (liii) poleiiudy "nnl at the Wheat in-Gadsden.- -- -the language of the Express-are abu J, legislative: enactment that she Kill submit to

useless as foolUh, and though we may be involved to take command at ::: :Antonio, in place of Comman'lcrie op denounced and \iliiled; not t: Compromise. What effect w ill any filter
in only by the
in a war which will cot us dearly the late (;l'lI. 15rook \ Qiiincy, on Wethej>diylth press attitude of resistance though never so imposing -

though: many bright lights may be dimmed 1 in The burthen trnin from Phihvltljihii) fl.lI'] ill'f. The} officers, aie: a< follows : Qcr.\cv, April, 1, 1S51.Mr. of the North, but by thtir public men, assumed Virginia, produce upon tho-

death's eternal night! -btill we feel that they through tho JHack River Bridge, this morning Sir Kt. JaN H. YK I-IKR, (I. C.Sir Kniron :-In your paper of the! 8th great and sinai! Sail Gen Cass, in the North J Why i ought bat deruion! and ridi?

will cheerfully make the fcaciificeupon the alter carn'ing the locomotive and two cars with it. : Kt. C. W. Dow.\i.\r;, Gt>nendi.:simo. ultimo, I find my name as one who had! experimented course of a late speech at Tammany Hall- cule. Clearly the proper course f the Souta-

of ju tlcc and equal rights. Sir \. Tito. Y. HKXJIV I in wheat It is useless to conceal that err States to pursue, was to have submitted
Gen. Scott and his Caj.tain ( ; 'lIeml. in tt.idsden County. the South has
A l: JIOCIL\. Probable Platform._ u ______ .; ( : silently to the Compromise: for autiori-
'. The movement commenced by Mr. Clay- I Sir Kt. J. :M. W ).\\ >>O.V, Prelate. 'Hie wheat alluded to is bearded, and will }been ieitition.Ve injured. I say it boldly and without I tattve declaration_ submission urn:any estop BS

The alleged! Agrarian tendency of the ton, in Delaware, last fall, and 'followed iy Sir \. JOHX S. HUM, S. \\. yield, on land suited to its growth, from 111 institutions haveiliried have them and their I I i in any future emergency, from j-Ieadig th:
-we not acted 1
Democratic party has long been tho themeIf I by\' (;'oernor Seward and his school of New Sir Kt. JOHN JAKKOT, Treasurer. tt t20 bushels per acre, as the season may fa aa we ought to have .Ctlt-W towards them I iniquity i iI of the measures of the t'oraprcmisa
ork : have I
Federal cClmmcntllors" on the times. It politicians, bids fair to imke (;'U. Scott Sir \. \Ln.XAXHKR vor. It 'i is the carried not in justification of any decided the South
the : IJvi.i, Varder. only kind of wheat I have ever out towards them the constitution ia step
has constituted the chief especial candidate for )Ih.ll of the
capital in national free had i its trite it." may be forced to take. Uv all me.c3, 11&
Irade of the soil and most of the outride factions of the confidence in as being adapted to our si'i
pail opposed to popular 1 igllt The Inncrarity casa cncc Resolutions 1 should have contained a protest
They have t-orght to make the name ol' .!ef. North The late successes of Seward in this Oar first more. climate. I have seven acres now growing, Gen Cass is a good witness. The truths against the piincij-lc. and justice of these Centpromi -
stricture
fersouian or Jacksoriian Democracy) pynouiinous State, over the combined forces of Tammanj'Hall of time decision in tic! Inneral'iIy and! which looks mromoiim1g. It was sown i every election is made to turn on theslavery .>e measures, and have l'Carthat t&&

with that of agrarian and leveller Castle Jarden; and the at I ease brought a threat from the Ken-: "
andit government lath
; of! January. Lust year I sowed the question, and the party most loud LcgisLitnte acquiesced i in thtir eperatw

i is not to be denied that they have thus succeeded of Washington the! administration, may also in lead to the blending] 'I' find, (by authority peihaps,) of fine and imprisonment. middiu of December.) It now looks much i in clamoring for extending the area of freedom only from an unw illingness to ilestroy t ti*>
in of (;Jen. Scott
alienating many from the true support; This not deemed Union.
party
being sufficient
of the as lime higher law" c:1I1didate.5 he better than that I sowed the or in other words rcs'ricling the limits '
past ,
year. -
country.! now I l we have in the last i issue The passage of Campbell's resolutions s5
Hut i it be made stands before' the ]he is the of that paper, I tow broadcast three of slavery, is 'At
can Pe-lf-e\ident that the country, man of'Ins the pecks to the acre. generally triumphant. any rate, defeated! >!r. IVce-soilcr Scott bla
.+ ('ntircgral" tendency is in the Whig par- all men for rallying under) a common standard.1 I only answer to the! article in this paper It makes excellent Hour: 5 bushels will make this particular time, so fierce is the opposition attempt to prostitute the loyalty to the (ciVIl
h", Their leaders in Virginia are this all 1 the fragment*, of all shades and stripes, of of tho nth instant, a collection. and filt the
moment arrayof a barrel to and hatred of the peculiar institution by people of this state:to base prtl
inculcating in the public mind, the doctrine i anti-slavery! and native Americanism in the cant phrases, sach as bristled In this the resolutions aftcommendable.
The that purposes.
North. His letter up ag; history of the wheat and a plain provision of the Constitu. respect
of unconditional obedience fl'OlI1.tt Point 1810 is you your
to the will!! grawation, ,, some pumpkins And if resolutions about
of Northern mnnjonty-a majorty with .\g. explicitly in 'favor of the annexation of Canada "cocked! hat skriiinnage. readers may feel sortie anxiety to_ obtain a tion cannot be enforced, requiring the surrender the Compromise were to any be adopted, douut

jarian sympathies and! to a considerable extent and all the fugitive slaves there-his letter this bhooting tick"-lucl all report of. Six years past a few grains were i of fugitives, without exciting the utmost less Campbell's were as faultless possible '
1
un Agrarian influence. They-the to the Hon.( W. S. Archer, Virginia, on seriouMy deigned for satire. Now it is, picked, out of some sacks of oats: it has' hostility and bitter feeling, and it has now excepting however, one very important clans! *
_, Virginia leaders aforesaid- native Americanism, in 1841 J, is especially not necessary to Sly that in these
arc smart in
laboring to the
second t
lcenfrl'ctcd become fixed I t16f
say fact
never
.1' the! by rust or mildew ; it !is a (that, with tho exceptionof resolutioni-"rcgardin": .
adapted to natives while
crush every member of Congress from this ; his splendid jugs there is no reply to the! Compromise l\owIt.
State, who refuses to co-operate with that victories in Mexico! will sweep the rank and ''I in objections presented a very early class of wheat, thin bran, light a few isolated cases, the fugitive law has adjustment ism as an c.ijistlncut"4c.

majority in its war upon Southern Rights. tile of the whig party as a fire sweeps the I notice in certainly last. no captious spirit, in the brown. I received from the patent ollicc last not been carried out, and for the future is settlement. I5ut fquitalle die Compromise arrangerfleflt3J'air ".

They require of every Democratic representative dry grass of the prairies. Such candidate, : the decision our It H there objected that year a paper of the large white flint wheat destined to remain a dead letter upon the unjust and unfair in every feature and to tb >

something more than mere acquiescencein as the the whig nominee, and with the support ofall I of the Supreme Court Was uncalled grown in Jcnnessee, New York, by Gen. statute book, and even if suffered to remain as last degree ; therefore, we think the second
Jaws passed for restricting the constitution out i.le fragments of both the old par for and unnecessary-that, in other of Mr. s&ouU
Harman. I drilled as inoperative Campbell's series of resolutions
it the
by the side of as act of 1793 will
ties contin
id lights of his constituents. They demand must be inefcis-tible in the Nom tho nut words, it was not justified my have been k*
the amended. Legi
by record- We the
that he shall actually assist in enacting them. I. something more, and a good deal le's, will that the Court volunteered bearded, and when mine was ready for harvest to be the rallying point for further aggressions turc Virginia is now done trcst with resolving

Stripped of all disguise, this is now the Whig be required, if anything is expected of the I in effect decisions an opinion assailing it was only about six inches in height, and robbery. cither to submit or resist. Real men Defer j

doctrine in Virginia, and in (the entire South. South. At present, however, the fortunes of made by their prcdocessors and never matured. I received in Septemberlast Now, with such state undeniable facts, resolve ; they do. Let us be quiet and silent .

; Its tendency cannot be mistaken, and its supporters Mr. Fillmore and of (;cn. Scott appear to be and this without being called upon to t from the patent ofiice, a paper of the for no one will dispute them, would not the or it'we do not mean to tolerate the Dggres.
held
must be fearlessly met and between the forefinger and thumb of \\ do so, by the motion submitted to them.
exposed.
Is acT
ions
of the
Jiichmond Kxamiiicr. II. Seward. This is very sincere and it that this Troy wheat, (bearded.) It looks promisingas editors of the Express, who, we are glad to : North, let us then without I
very pretended is wiw
bluster
untrue ?
They decided I or brag, dissolve all connection
(omnibous. Is the country safa ?-A1 Y. this time.I say, do not countenance the opposition to the
w - that the records of the our enemies, and set for our
territorial Government up a government
A Considerable Kulogy.-Agriculture, says Herald. did am quite sanguine that tho South will become fugitive slave law, though they admit that selves. We can ourselves at lesst a*

,cratcs, ii an employment tlie most \\'OJ tim. not belong to the State, but w ere a wheat growing region, although the out of the city of New York it cannot be enforced : well as the North govern govern us."

the application of luau: the most ancient and A Praying C'pain.good story is told obtained by force, artifice or lcci eut. deep mulatto soil, based would ,
not
they
the most suitable to his nature ; it is the common of a rough captain, in a stem 111, when the terrified It: was asserted, and the assertion is repeated, upon as most favorable to upon its clay, I look bo foremost in were they Southernmen The retl.hl'ltlttJ woman who stuck her het{

nurse of all persons, i ill every ago and passengers persuaded! him to petition that this is untruiin law and in fact." growth. Experience demanding a separation ? out of the window ir-street, in a dar
condition of life ; it is a of Heaven for cessation of the proves that it will do well! No doubt of it. Better ,
source health, a tempest, prof. Has this been disproved I It very on part in peace ifwe night last week and! caused an alarni of ere
strength, plenty, and riches, and of a thousand fercd the following brief request: Oh Lord I ed that was maintain, pine land manured. I am experimenting the cannot pull together in harmony." This has been put Lmnlerbonds to keep her *v Pt

sober) )pleasures. It is i doc mistress and have not been in the habit of calling upon again if the records lid not belong present year in maize, sweet potatoes, eVc. division of the empiip Stale of New York less expossed till the next new moon.**

rchool l of sobriety, temperance, justice, icli-! thee often ; and you'll shift! the wind from to the Stale, and were thus obtained, they Src. for tho change papcr.

.ion, and in fehort, of all \irtuc, civil and tnililary. sou'west to' a little more sou', I wou't trouble should bo surrendered without delay, and the, Respectfully yours, which these reasons and urged other, furnishes editors! a text from Send her on to New York and we w.u

?' you agaiu/: dignity and honor of the State vindicated by DAVID L. WHITE. profitable lessoas. may deduce have her put in the cupalo of the City Hill,

They may learn that the to Halt the illuminated clock!-Day Bock.

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i Higher Mark.r I IJcsrox AND run SOTTH. Thc Uoston I -- -w- -
OBITTTASY. A fine ortmentcf
last i'ntiiu'l thinks thai Post it is estimated that Bleached! andBroxm Sbectins> Shoes.T .
"0. .' ja the says more than a Died at Lis residence near Madison C. H, on tic ..Anti'I IUrt1flgMlheaub'd Notice. '
fchould lie ; million of dollars in sales have been )lost to au.l Broxni ADS and CcuU Rubber Overshoes,jnst rccelTL
nnn the Inneratitv case evening of the 2d inst, REDDIN. PARRAMORE, Linen Drilla. .LJ 1HAVE apprintrrf SIMON: : Trwtr, Esq., Attor

.frtTf OJ11"tlie Sojirouie Court of the Tnilcd Boston this season, on account of thc impression in the SI ct year cf his a-c. He was the rldert son tfJolm Plain llaia and Drown and. (Jras* linen.' April 5. 1C51. 13 JAa B. GAMBLE. law if Ihirf ( i** tny aseiif and attoriy,
4'cwJ iu among Southern merchants that liosinn Stripe l 0-n-.burs. for Ine ruanapfrrnt of all Luir.es.< osnret.d mill
Rnd not to our state Court. It is would not sustain! the and Xiuicy Pamimorc, and! was born ia Georgia, Gforsu arid York Xaukin. the sctltement pf the Kslaieof my iltccastd buabacJ,
*'*te5, compromise measures. where Le fpent the larger part of his life. CottoJiadea, tc.Jurt Boots. Willum H frockcrbrruuh.

,!afrublo, no doubt, to throw upon It is presumed that the owners of Crafts Mr. Parramore was rai-edupon thc plain model that received nuj for sale Lv c.c, ByRD & CQ -1 DOZEN Pair JDrooks Patent Slwrrk Poot ELLEN A. EROCKENCKOUGH, AiTra-s.

4gje for a questionable April 12,1651. I Aprils. 1851. IS JAS R April 5. IS-31. 13
.I, pontability and Shadrack have strong "impressions" that cluracterized thc education and training of youth in -:---------14----- OAMBLTL -It

4I li is tht' constant ailt' (1J artifice of a j Boston! \\ill not "tustaia the Compromise thc early jiart of the ieret ccnturv,and although l vhi Notes Lost. ----- Plows. New and Cheap Spring Goods !

:' i ... tt( 0: ee to say, "Thou canst not !! measures." ) good common K-USC and arduous inda trr, ho T OSTon the route from CalifoiniafoT-MIahassee O r f\ CAST Sweeps in store, an.J for ale at low riTHE subscriber has ju>t received new and well-

: i iu" would be llic height of into amazed large ft.rtunehiehail thc fortitude and good J-l two noln ul hand, one signed by Eli S. Lester,, *.uQ>!/ rates. JAS. U. GAMBLE. J_ Iftted stock of merchandize. uLicb the public
i iii J Bounty Land Grants. tiste for Aprils, 1S51. 15Brandy. arc invited to call and examine before
Federal never to depart from tha ways of nature an-1 s-eventy-hve doilats, payable to Edrr.nnd Smart or they p ircluw 1l() ev'r, devolve upon the It is stated that up to this tana about one 'itiipi.itWith xhkli he had prown famHinr under bearer. dated Jantuiy 3, Is4s, due on the 1st dav of It consists in part of a general worlment of Dry

: announced.f the guidance of and January, lvl, and credited Goods, some moct beautiful for tW Latlii. ,11
'the fault f the Doctrines hundred thousand teaching) of hi* etiniLhe: Hither with $12 50 on lhe"l .j as T7 astho
(lurt applications have l hecn and mother. Ie'was coldly indifferent to all the empty Jahuary, 1SIU. One note of hand si-ned bv Wra. C. I CASK very suprior Eramlv. u'cful for oil Groceries.-Sugar. C<::8t-e. T. ts

.y.vilo. of the Stale have rq>osed their made for thc benefit of the IJounty Land law. >nmnnd vnin phsdow of hfo ; 'twas nly the Lester, for tile sum ot r,9 23, payable to'flood & JL April 5. IS&I. 13 JAS. B. GAJIBLE. T'baecn. Cignr Can.Jlus, S
..lu'tifJ"1* '!1 the bands of their own Thc oflice is $lht.U lC(., resulting fn-m its diitiff, that ch-illcngt>d Foster or bearer, dated February 2S. 1SO, payable >l Dqtiors. of the best Duality__Crockery, Sf 'n<' tinLi
now issuing, it is stated between one day aftCrd.ilpwith Gla. *ware, Hardware!
hi att >nti eiibt -IVioN JUK! Shines arttlafirtd
and ,
f> its maintenance n, sent him ft.nh a willing chwrfal per cent. iriteret from list of Letters
\\cs and r>ok to them for i one thousand and twelve hundred a week ; laborer in the various field* <>f hum.in ujefulne. .- Januar 1, IS3), till paid. Ml persons are forbid in the Post OiEeo aswrtment of Men end Koj'a Clothing-Corn, Oil,

'rtion. 1 It 1 i is to 1 be expected that FedrI1 and it will From thi (h REMAINING 1851. at Tallahassee on Plough-points and Heels, Straw Cu'ters. lc- ,tc., &e..
require more than months itie all cf
eighteen wLicli. for
*" a edited ideas of Fed- $ hone tv and rertittide with which he discharged undersigned, holder of said notes, to establish cash or punctual pavers, will be sold
tliould have hefretlme them according to law. Adams, DrAllison. Knnpp lira E v.nitrnfly tow.
jnjs! claims now on hand can be di oed ?- the oUipatn that dev(lred him. Hi* C. H. ULOOD.
In the j upon April J 12. l 1S51.| 14 Gen A K Kent, R THOMAS
and Federal jurisdiction. of youth and much of hi< manhood were (le-ote l to the 41 HAYWARD.
power I matured into warrant All poisons elevati-in of an infirm father fmm the condition of comjarativejmvtTty Allen, MU, S A t Lewis Mis? S March 29, 1851. 12 6t
before there is a difference as to interested in the law Committed Allen, Samuel Lee, Mis! S
or desiring information to that ifan ample ab'intb.nce of the to Jail,

'-in records, 1'ot as to the ownership l nor in regard to it, are requested to address their worldly gdods ; and to the day <-f th death of hi- f.ither c N Mcntictllo, Jtiison County, Florida, on Abbott, \f, Mrs WAtkuison S A Lynn,,J F MLurg Dissolution of Co-Partnerahip.
azl.I 1 mother he 1V'< ever mindful f tie ilufi.wliMi .' ''he 2il qI1E co-partnership heretofore
admitted.L'rtite > lnlaiit existing between
ihis is ai a .
the possession ) i runaway, a n srro wo4ZLrnin Allen, A L
riM t 1o I communications directly to the Commission- nsture n-qnires at the JjniivN of an nfltc.ionitoson. tlx.ut Tyi nr 3") years cf aje, whwn.ijs Andrews W F l4fliCr, ALilun 3 I the undersigned in the Tanning an-1 I Curriering;

i" owner, and entitled to the poswlist cr of Patents. As a nei hUir, he wi jut, kin 1 and 1iitpihh.i rune i i.e It uiiah, and belong-? to John Allui, L ,A 3 Liud-av tc-rrWC, A IILc 2 I.tismess, Ls this day (li*
in an einim-nt (ii'2rc-e: tK-r Siuiili.oi (i dxlcn C.uiity., Said All per.xons IwKUng claims agJiin.'t the late firm
i i-> more, lias had the possession woman ia about 5 Adl liusit WIT.-A Captain of one of the vessels of gixid iifi hbiirli'Mt.] with dic'i-rfulne's and d.li :}Kt 1(9-1. 5 or 6 iuclit ttiih--.t. uatks visible. Her J P l P '.teil to present tliem; and all persons imlebteJ.

: .iv irsiw >t--k'r Courts deciding cases, IVti'Knis f.r f.ivors of this \mner .r found !M ,*.ir .bwue i i. ie
ni'iaK f-ettling rights of proper- ph ing between St Marks, ApahchicolaHV.d deaf or hi- heart iuiwil2in! ti'-tow. A- a citizen,In- cIi.eriie' WILLIAM WEST, Jailer. Mrs E Kllaker Lock-wood. G -ir interest to ?ctfle the fame without tlelay...,
2
:1!:" cri: New Oile ns was standing on tlie levte endeavored to perf.'nn hipsirt.. K :h in the . : all the powers of a rightful I '-ilitical wganization: iricludiuj! hi-* resilience, so that P S name of the firm iu gettJemcrts.
gn at tie latter place to his last Kurd, W W Middleton, G W
jns-t previous and
wilJ'
jurisdiction was assorted peace good mu by Hlmunl I in the frnr. Notice. Brown ISAAC IirNTING.:
Kt Her E
JlcCall
Mr
Jr(4"11Thk
trip when he accosted and justice and fiiicerity n.*ult fr.mi the Ltth-r. H- LL P.OSWELL II.
WILLARD.
\VRS
by a recent importation per..ns. creditor, and legatees, entitled to Brown, X DBeemau MrNicIe
its first *> abtlla
Supre1u Court on organft neither sought nor d. .ired politie.tl cHi _di-lributioii TjJofu, Ma'lison County March 16
IT reffrnieit. ) ISO 1.
; ..uh from tho of the sea" with the in or ii|hrv i-r interested in the c- J 5 Moore, K M ,
for gem rnther the Lonorabl* Mtif>n of a T-rivate mJ tate ol Thomas l J.
1itt case nriing Ldjuthica j : nobtru To.i..e.od|, ldteofJst.rn Cotmtv Banlett, J C Mcintyre
ft question] Do ytn want a hand on boord ?" 'ivc citizen. As a lia. Kin-l and! father, let tSe hot tulor9 to Hunt-
Court of F
the ,
recently Supreme hieiing Von Were ] : L. hsh-: \if\r and J--IM imUuitliin tx>o_>*'ats I ruin thin Bewick rtfpfrtfully the custom of-tho
'r.
?r'
ever
tit Mr
the Vaiavin
S
; r $ jatin le that the Territorial iccords you sea was reponse. apeatkto the )I&.art.f the irrefnimble K da.e! to the 'rakrsi'u.d,ci thfiiine will be b'trred ; B.%m>w, Nii.i M Jlyrick,AVMontgomery friends of Bunting t Willard. They have on I iml.

! that \VHs I ever &t smj!! ?" s&ys ?.it Iy! me hi wife an I }lii; little ot i" hive su t.ii'icd m S sM.IV ( P-lr. aiJ 11 pr-> i-. iit-l.-iili-.l to A,id dc >a->4-d, are Ye.hu..td fatie, ii SBlake. and can supply sit short notice ILirnew, Sole ant

,?: (to the tu'tieral Government, and sov.l do think I tLr&vcllcd the 'hu-Uml of th* widow and the f rtitr i.f the to iiAi. UnHudiut" i>;tvinr>t to ray authoiiz J 2 McPher D II Upper Leather, lames, nge! and! double, and plan
>-cb
to Neil
of r >ngrcs8 i is ueeessarr to transfer An.eiky fath1..4. nsj.ytort anl .niJe them in tkw ,.iuj a mJ sid Attorn, VV'il.L'lAK I'.UDU, at .M- atkli BkrJLGBranch tation 5hoes; all made from the Kt Sorrem material

clectd in a csni.igef! of their j.iicable afilictioTU 1J. H. M. i i, "iio U tuily uutLoii2 I bj ie to stltle the Ni..o ::3 Mountain John GJIcDanell. and! at price- whIch will compare favorably
1 lo the ?;talpT10 newly :i.il e4.c. KevV with Northern importations.Jlarch .
}5.a-.4..T. C Mvrick
.1 Tli.qtaM.
Slate Supremo Lourt acting Ucw York Correspondence.New MALSY A. TOWNSRND, Adro'v. .. 9, 1SM. 12 Ct
% oftho ClWe are autiize1) 1 F1k'l t 'M.Wce M.Jt MWha.; Mis M E
w .
Jf(T.Tion C' uuy, A ril[ U, l&'n.
: 14
Lii: ive \\ilhng! acquiescence, fcurrcnr3VT New AjMj'l'J, 1851. R. F. ALLEX, Eq.v* a c. i'' h S fi-r th* ofH .f 3mJfrXr.von Uir.1. FCr.twnen Moore;Mi"3 Penny Per Win. H. Pettes.

Ku of their Court, and After several days of weather that would Jud0'e of Probate of Lecii CViuiey ui the eleciion in : Circ-cit Court. N4 i il A Miner, B FBru.t4.a addition to the "Tallahassee*
politics E receipts per wo
tie > do credit to the Tropics h fair and March, Mr M1rrthrIttp IN ,
was so
( October next IN CHANCr.KY.al just received from N. Orleans
werhrd the action of J A Murray, J ,
c in language, j warm, no are in the receipt of a California 10 Casks Side Bacon
: Burton W -
U'.rwr, Eiwultr of J-hn A. Cuthbrt, dec'J.i Mayors, Mr* 3Melvhi ,
ff ,Jli.ccft rP. The only excuse is a rain. Of course, little )Hj-inej-s is doing today To the Voters of ian: K-uvs.I S S Mis 3 J 10 ilo Shoulders, J

l of the Sn-wrac; Court of the U. S. in Broh'tvsy xnd Wall ti eet The truth Jul e PiinoMK hning lerJined a candidacy fr reehction Jal SvrJsilla'd: the widow Hr.MIc> J Mtfrwuh. i Merchey, J 20 bbLs 3lesf Pork,

; ra the of the Court : is, thnt tr. de i fxcetrrint fill- I h.i>v ami Si ol Jui.rf A. Cu.'r.bert: deceased.U'PO.V W T 2 Mason, 1) F. 12'20! half do bbls.fupcrfinean-l extra flour,

fie, reference t opinion tin s'J |xrts of the country fiom Itoston to ffn urjftd by my fricnd-t in the Cwmtr, Trithuut re r- '
&;von ia the Sentinel from Dili 1iowrd'st1ijt.s New OileKii*. Accounts hnrd ference to ] trty divfiitrtfon, to allow niy name to he at ijvii toniv xit-if rtion !h.t f dtfer.dgrits ., B VTButlw Nick-, J RNally 2u Krg* (10. ,
t are to A L
!i very announced a ca;, hJate forthr.t lrlicate en1! re' ->n- JJTIIPS G.idJ n wnd Fil/vili! KvrJ-.aU reaiJe br. THC
aad not etutain, in our judgr ,;(-ttle just now, in the intoiior. The city ible juMtion. It wanot mv inirp"- FtHoTChizeJi j ef14t the iiiitit i-t lhe SiJe uf Murida, the one ID.ulh fcrr.d.. J E Oliver, Janus 10 bbls MoLse,,

< VK'WS assigned lo it "It would ;imerctunls, i jvcially the dry-gwwls jobln-ri5, kf.r: the recent b '.t wal of yotw caiSiioce! upon >.. Cjr >liiu iiid the clIteT in Nf.v York, bo th (.'ak. in, JoLu Orr. JCthurLJ 5C 10>0 bushels Sacks Coffee Corn,,

r thC "from the Tcrrfl1 entn1kin, th, t their CU' OIIUMS( in the rural me, uuJ r the pre* ure of hi i.h p<''iti'nl csrirrr t t. thfordiiury pruCo of this Court cuu..ot be s.rvid 2 Owen?, J A C0(.0 pounds tran for Cows. -
:nfi.1i3w, ss.v 1r to have u >fn tr Ci.r J Plant JPowilLCL
rm !jdistiicts do N* wion ain siiliched votir *ut--a- bit f 'r ; m : ,
their For sale low
not notes at for casli.BERRY .
(torts Wng Courts of the General d'ov.Tihiitaod j i psy maturity, the ff>ntintj'-nr>i irftlrh A<7t ."> rt miff if />if>T>'*"'L- 1ri.t.'ose OrilirtJ, Thit publication mo records n the custody of I hut dt p.isTKl sn extetision, maiy of our jolj- Judge Unmine, who haMI lorr and wIl nlled th.. for four !. inthsii j ) a new-vjiaffr publUiitd in TalUba Culprit, H. ;i "VT T 2 Patrick, MJ'utteratn March : t RO WLE3, Auctioneer,Ac. -
: 22,1 SOI.
the ( here; mj inij; tWr! own iMiebSO\vr:
LirIs.tLai no one can Jrgally lake the j jsaonor I gone icto the Imputing line, and with tht! my fiieinl-4 (ie-ire to }prpoTnv n.-tm*>ajhiwt*-+-r. i u>r.s-jll to plead, iI-tbr. or d.'inur to thy! Kill CUM U O, J Q A IVrubutou, K W Dress Goods.

without the! Assent of; line not a few art likely to Jiang themselves.Tiie Tlii-, my ffllow citizen*, i it an oftce of trut aI l rr>- ol Con. .liirit CQ or beiure the first 34)iida? > iu.'s.purV ) CloD.au, VC1L Plunimer, J
carfody t-poiwl/ility of the very fir't iroporti.n'f to the P<- *\* ) -r i>. t : !l E H J'ulmtr, II A TUST received per Bark C. Wynns, plain and print

< ir." On admission of a Tcrrito- comjetition in the dry-goods buin tS of the County, and come* within tLe line t>f }*iu-' -l, A copy of this Or.l-r b* div' Cotmfcr, J Potter, I L Rev I Iireg Organdies. SilkTfs ues printed Jaconet
my pr
the Union a iilate induces those! engt.d in it kt\ >ittiG a ruinous fevfioii. If the fret men and vottT? of Leon vti'r! f,r t<-ir t..o'.r.i, a* h.fi-in i dn-v t.'d, rn-r to t be s.id CUy, C 0 2 Poll, D W and Swi-s Mu-Ii s Plai-J, Corded mind Chambray -

rj lIoTwrment; : into as | emulation in the way of large fcton expensive it* worthy of the tru-t, and cor.ip.hnt to (ti-chur tir-.1! >J..h4.? in Srpttinbrr} ( l-"il I : ) iftt.2'J Clrrtv, J1V.LG Prime, Dr G W 2 Gingham, plain and printed Lawns Pruca-ih' Tissua.
of both the Federz' and State Mr.h i 'il. J. WATLES BAKES JuJ VCobU Ponce James Shawls Jenny land Viies.: Lace Capes. Collar end
!a confBnoucc j jwiiouti eniV'lii,hiiu'iits! Arc. th iiii]>ii1ant duties of the ofriee, I think thit I can e.A ,
lino ei'b-.ttt-*!, Xri B W Cuffs together with a great variety of
Rowling, Lny: articles
in the futvly 1Uli1iMCifI&Cted, to be. fi..Ieii4taltvat ,
: ?* vnu\A\ fffa
rush: of the records." "Stnn to f dim"- an injury to those! d:4hrs: vho pay rents. dif-ch irtre"inv duty a* wll a* I inn?* hw. KrinconifMlled Af-nl U, l3l. 14 4m Cn-V, JCrane. W IlEIIi & RUST.

k rc rather fraO and You would be almost incivviulous HiouH I to i-it \\'ct J-'li-rida o*i baMntI hive J X Randolph, Lew U March 22, 1851. 11 tfGroceriei.
rr* to rcyvirfd"- Summer: Cob
jtcllycuhow( miny i !>ons tire engaged in taL.- i Uii- mean of iuforating mv fri&-n lthat my Clothing. srn.X RClrk 2 Randolph, S .

f :ider nj pnrl? io a right of any cberactcr. 1' ha\skirg goods frum one store or hoi.e to iikijiiat their wrvice, and will feel truly gr.t.iIfi \ B. CL-\KK l.a-i j jn.t reciitfil fretn New York, C-p R B R.iii'lulpli, Mb5 JCtui.n ,%*

hcw doubt and x-act of confi Jence.ie ( au<>J her proof of lojivuiij ln J t-n'1 l vo Kyf .L1. a fjirr.il: i> iorimir.l$ of siimm< r c"thinar oltvery Z4r. Rolland, J TUST received per Bark C. Wrmi, Lwcf Sngr.
Tst'v a another, i ttl!l < vvr the city. Some of tta nine- < irift ainlt .le Cri-mani-* K A Raker, J .1 Flour in barrels and half barrel- Rio
ti! udJcucu and upJJlft of hy fillow-citi iiHofite.i which will b* t><-]kI\ on fhfmo *, Lnguira. and
F t( part of die Judges, ia the jK>silion asfaiod rent traders afK-ct i degree of irtvitility: and 14-00. eetfailv. t re.*oiii, ')l term-, at the ell known 'ore oilMonrc" Ch..irtF; Roach, S J V" Java Coiiee, Tobucco. Soda Crackers, Piue Apj'Io

not r' non d probably trough \raiitof] lodge it the Astor KOUH'( Hitd tIme most fitz.! "K F. ALLEN, Si,, foriiu rl> occupied by CLirk .V Stillman.1 L'ruirt-, Niia F Runyou, A O CLtese, SIX.TUI and Adaniautine Candles. 1s.r sale luw '
\1 Is > i, tr.e lot ol Clotli-! Faucv Ch lirv* T B 2 Romargin,jChir by
J iou.nble liotcK. There few females .Aji-il 12, hS1. H and 151 jck Loekir i >'*, HEIR A RUSt
i. Is?t'IEnina1i mjd f. due eonufrrauon nre H amoug (' tilili' I)r., t -*. C P RovaL'W SCr.iv.ford Mirch 22, 1S51. 11Castings.
tiK'iu. One of thee (whose name has While; a.h J L 1i.ka. TC.t.r -
'die io Le jaultifarious To the Citizens of Leon Fv.cy M.rssitIesStins ainl Kaiicy Silk
wriug en- County.
t rebjcct, & vd my recollection) is H monstrous swhdAs :, wlnrli I.e H pirjijieJ to inauitfai'ture in M1.4 S. e*. J Jiiught.SJ .
'
;:jciiaents of the ConrL Tiiis thould of itk t her nial-practices IIHVC extended to JlT" I pwtfully Hiinotiwe my.*!f anuuU-Ute: f rtli1 *4d) a winner a> to ; l.'aithe uiost fastidious.AL l) Robertson, A E A LARGE assortment, just recei.eil and for sato

If tLe Ja of Court to the Jail! Jbe! principhl places in this I office >if Judge of Probate for the Couitty i f IAI ''O- I>uvan*:, ADempvy. 2 Ryan, L 2l w by HEIR d RUSt
jmt Jgcs our inq.ilj j country, may at tli < flection in October next 9 ]
KM
A full assormcn} of Sliiits, Drawers, Kid and Thread Swain, W W 2 March 18ol. 11Zfr
rr.astolktrulh of the matter. Docsathowwr do a feeivice to some of your readers by describing Mardi 15, 1i51 JESSE ATKINSON'. n|Ioie., Ci.lUn, lMl.n,>>e, t'ol'd. JVlu.lin aud Silk Dint, 1aacHggett. Smith, J

her. Site i is a middle-aged, large: fht Cravau Ildku Hoots, Xc.Apnl I>r J B Smith, Miss A V Cora, Oats, and Hay.
< ,fu&ov act the custody Ity the General dressed Bacon 5 IS.'il. Davis) XM X E L
woman, richly (yet rather tawdrily,) 6.c. 13 tf Sternlierg, \ BUSHELS heavy white Corn,

(;it-vetamoacf records of a State or other wears a pr.'jfcfion of gold chains, rings &e., T)ERSchooner }:. r'arnard' flora New Orleans, RnuKG E .// Simmons. L JUU 200 Oats,
Spring Goods. IX.by.MriPlV Sec Son Grand
duirajncct for, a temporary use, makes it and has thc j pompous walk and niKtmtT of JL 0 c*-k of Uacon, >vTru H Stuckcv Temp J W 50 I link's Hay,
3 bulk Pork. side., '"PHH ulxcrlKT! i-i opening tixlay a mall invoice r. Now binding from ling Uranus, and for sale t
t1214r delivery fchould be by act Mts. Crumtno.X Mr. Dickens tragic actress. 4 barrels! corned K *-fon retail, 1. of l>re Oood-s Iioniiet Ribbfin-4, Florence 4ilk.,, Kvuas J Si! -fftT, Mrs Susan A t: O1UIOa>TMcNAUGUT

Her custcni on entering a town is to take the 6 dozen Hnoked Ac which lie orLrs j :Klliot. D Smith, S C 2
ifCouTb5I It is certain that all the States U-ef Totiguti, at very low price" : Newport, March 22, lao 1. 11
best feuite of rooms she can find, su poml lineS 3: kesrs ( '-*).-n iluittr, Aprils, IT1.: 13 JAS. li. AMBLE. ErrKKlliot SLitoon. :D _
inadeof< Territorial Governments obtained : A JKswn. Scott, W J
300 Coco Nut Flour
&
across thc ap&nim-nt, display her silk and lace .c.
500 bu .hels Corn. Vr Spring Goods. M Sowcll, ..1EhhiB
idkaU Territorial records > *lc hy ?
wilhoutany ssnetna goods upon them, give veri al advertisement Scott. A ( ( BARRELS bet faniHy Hour, '
__April! _12. I-.l. 14 BJ-inRV .v HOWLEx 'I1 subf=crilKT is rnw rmivsrig hin ual rxtenJL _L_s-)'..f a eak:; Itice, -
or transfer from Congress. Ohio, IndiMS that her magnificent 1'aii-ian and German Fl vd, Cut n J Salter, G J
J'I ECUS: PLAIN five aa-MTtuwut of (riHnI-4, biitli jilobi-tind fancy, Fld, H II Siui'.h B R 50( Ic.rrels Potatoes,
I STRAW ilATTING 2Iittpatriek
,Hiaois, Missouri, Mitsisappi, Alabama, Laces are for w
with due dignity the arrival of the laiks. ox fur tH te in sclectiic aiiil virtue in jiuilirv, will favorably Landing f'i>iii Brig Uranus, and f. sale bv
At.4c.eaciLas done to, and their right to For NiV by C. C. UYJiD Co. FriiT oti, I>r V M 2 Siiuii>ii.rR r
She not only gets good prices for her giod Ant 1 2 1S51. 14Jacst compare With any MrniUrlock in thc South- Fa-Hanks E. S Siuitti, hannah 2 McNAUGUT & OILJIOND, ,
teaJas: never keen questioned. It would! ull iif which areofFi-reil sit fair market priceLidie *. NewM.rt Marcli 22:
j t but usntlly! obtains ROTHO on credit, and suddenly .. IlettJ.tr, L Smith, S P > 151.; 11

ten taci iJjit the records would follow tae di&l'peirc, lisg ami baggage, leaving 3c7ed, B.tti'wtbit..t lru s Pattern.ill fji.hiniA() the Stvlc .) Ft-r-rtiMni. E WFottT 2 Sawh.! S Pork. .

"nsdJcjioa; of ti? 'ourts to %vhjch they would the landloid and merchants who have trusted i DOZEN FLOJiKNCE: BONNETS; Ru 2l. ( 1.ves. l.ae.-., !areiws, 1-rof W Smith. J CSaunders -
FritTin, 31 rs il A S "W BARRELS Me's Pork
her titans their While I i Chira Pearl Aa. ,,i Cli.; i, Inil'r''I lire.I )4 landing from Brig Urali'as -
"SadasaE iaciiieut, aud this seems to Lave pay. was stopping; $ Lace'Iuscaa do. Frifr-,, J) L Strong, C IISincleton. e_) and ft,* sale bvMcNAUGHT,
l l tie at the IVvilioii! Hold, this woman aiimnineing 1 Albion do.I Soo'ch Gin,. lisms: lil'k and I'-uw-y Silt, }'rchs atr, ML-a 31 O T J A ORMOND.
rccEewl lioih in the FcaeMi Fr iKh PUH. Urown Lint-n .
opjuioa i lieri-df as a nirci8iit! from UuiValo," AVhite Chip rj.! G.Kh inFA Siiiith, Dr J Newport._Mareh 2, Sol. II -

Stale Goveraaeais-as well in Conj this "n.tne hr.. '* and } Frer.cli d.i. Nankeen, Fet.i t iVriN: Grant, PGrime 2 Scott, Sarah -:
played t
j game upon A Lrgr H *>.rrmen' of Kin.cv Calicoes, -, J WGanldin Shehee. J L Saddles, &c.
F asiii receh l
I Lace snt) ( bii; (i-i. C A Scott, EStokes. JUST e a good assortment of Sadule?, BrP
A
It is cffiwjjt* pprcdre bow fines, penal- j cer*. 1 M Flench Lice d'>. for the}gr.'a Ladies.Oeiik variety. of fancy artidcs! selected cijrclv Grumbling. D L A J Martingales, Gii'ili-s; ] Sur.-ocle-s Wlji|>s, Cur

li oUjjslJocs I The other dsy, this swindler!, attempted to 1 '. Cre do. Or.ihiim. font, J TSau'tli. ]et Ifcijj*', Saddle liig--*, Trunks, Vali.-ts, Hanie.'s and
forfeitures and eszbeats of all md i.f trio latent
arTiTritory > Clothing cripiiom
take in the keeper of a fashionable! boarding! 1 j\li\ e Flnf", -tvl' f'rew, J II D J String Leather, Coach I.ice, Rubber Cloth, L'cggv'harness.
A of
rimcnt Gviit's Ladies' andchildren'
raiftgtGtLe can La made to ac- 'hou- in College! !I'kce, spying that fclie wa* 6 Mens and fc..iii" China Pfarl liit! \ !" complete Shoes; a a-4 bttauiiful rfsortincnt, i.f Ornt'sMoleskin 0 roricr, J L 2 Scott,J J Male I Buggy STULT''. Plow Hiin Horse and
20 Palm Leaf lo (;nm. NancvG Spencer, ColS C.'llars. For sale low by
euetGtie Lad all criminal prosceu-!; t a merchant from New Jersey, but the landlajdy 1 fiic P'jarr,4 di and! >lraw Sian-ntr Hats from the cckbrntoi (ila. t Swenrs, 1> March 22,1531. 11 HEIR & RUST.

tii) % ;e ittons are to be )prosecuted[ } dec'iutnl to accommodHti- her. Slu* liow- 1 ( ii'Clilt Ftvle .Molt'liin do t'otablLihmeni Wanmck ; a full artmeiit ofPerfumery.
l" took dinner there C. C. F.YRD CO. IJru.li'Comb*, i oap<, extract., ic.l4Mt (in--H tt. W *. J RThoma 2 Bagging and Rope.
J judgment i ia &t name of the State, and ac- j''ever and w emit off without For.i'cby & mjrtd riiibrlh! .
for it. Arril 12, 1 I-.r. 14 Grace, J *, RTompkins BALES Gunny Cloth,
'ailaTricdfttJtsin J I paying Al.SOfull chancery |ending in I 1 Green. L J AVlliens ..wu H>"0 coils Somali
li addition to the c' mpfttlion; front the i G cri wan :ci 1 1Vtn I 1wtrt'\ u?*.l many >:ln-r articltwl icbKI Ooft; Eliz: lxHh, A Hemp Ropp.
ro ,
e.g.
to ha transSlsie 1 thiiiurkct.. J. M. WILLIAMS. Landing from ling Uranus and fiT saltf by"MtXAUGHT
Territory, are in
itinerant the Mnall have .
s Gramlin. il AGooge Thom
More-keepers to contend | "on, N II 2
frrtd to lUST received from cw Orleans, by Schooner E. Aj-rit 5, ISM. 13 Jfc OllilOND.
Court bsiing) jurisdiction I with not let>s than .r,(.00) hucksters who I J Barnaul, li Town-end t hlociks,3Ies'rs Newport, JI:.rcli 2 1SZI. 11

isepedallydccJaredliy die State tIy! no rents but expose their articles of traf-- C ca ks Baccn Side, %r711ERE.S.. Georiie G. li.Et and George Miller Green, A II Van Wycfc. C C
Hall 8
J H Vinzant W
ow&Bifca j fie -H the Hcse-w.'ilk doorUU 0 Sh uld< is. iHvame thc jturda.H-r from the Apalachicola Coffee, Sugar, Soap, &c.
variety *
tl yct the Stale Court is not I great -on Hawes G EIlvman :; 4 Vickers, WVilLipeaguo.
2 tierce Sncar-cuic Hans, Lun 1 Company on the seventh ljy (T April, lh'31*, c-f I ( SACKS COFFEE
to s Ac.: and i li the entries of builJ- F ,
w 1oer to take the records *o a- Ictncircs I j jiublic 30; barrels Flour, certain lots of Lin I in Leon nmv Wakulla County, in F L .1 .) 10 barrels tllart'* yellow Sugtr,
]Ii'l.krne" Mrs S J Wallace
J J
L. Vi 25 keg Laid, the State of Flori la, known as Section* t-isteen aridMeUtetti 5 lli.t! Tread -
flttuanrfj. h u not ojnions ,hat I The U. S. Mail steamer Georgia i< expect 2 Ciosden, Putter, ill Town-hip wimlK-r three Ho'.ith, nndRaiigi HarLnd, II J 2 Wi1ki-on. J 2 5 Crackers -
%*li
Ut.i 'ieiabte1d i of a .>oshive deelara.Xtjc,3 ed here on HIP fith! in -t., with lifoniia letters 10 barrel- Me>>s 1'oik, ou Ila-f, as tocriU! l on a nuifi of said CoiuIKUIV hines h1'.1t.oIiNi4, A J N Walker Wyatt, W D WWt 2 TO; boxes family Soap, ?-i,
to liis I 4 I)rid Apj le Lin-1* nude by \Viliam! R.Hopkins, at thijinci > 2 "
aud gold dust, She will nil W ,. 24 cupeiior[ Tobacco, tc, Ac.
again on
tlfe fcjoui] have 1>ecn aof F FP 1 \\httelieaii3, of i.TRcteen hundred and dollar*, and Ha--in, tei>tt, J D 2 |

pruvj ou akin ; CongreES pcnni&feion !P i ij the 11th to \. Orleans with Siim on A.: ( Vs. 2WJ Sacks
we Itave *s Union for N. 20 barrel R. edifiedVhisVcv four hundred I 1.icker, CIloldtrncsri S WWells xNewjmrt ,
-eight for
it fo JusUces; and Steamship of April, lsiS, and eighty dollar J Mardi 22, 131. II .
Seump EtTh j Thonip n Odi a on the I J.>lh inM j pipe Cojiiiac Hratidv, each, f>r p.\rt: of the pnnlin-e money ]wyable with H 2 t *

sf the Convention toConsJitation 'Fte speech of Mr. \Veb ter at Ifarri-burg 4 Ilnlli-ndnin; intere'-t pt the rate i f eight JUT cent. JXT annum in Harrington, N WeCde.WmWhatley.J Groceries.

frfte tp &e Snjar, Markeicli! &c.&c., and for rale at a OTH>, two nnJ tliTi-o ycar. from: their: dole iK-ctivcIy; Ilak;, JS' TalLlia-soee fr New
Orlt-ana
tf icconciletliis \\liTC he was entertained by the Legislature advance cos-t. A. II. FF.LKKLL. Holland, J Williams, S PER m ,
actjo on tl.ttwola.. t!KfHtii mMl i hf\\vliklir.ok'\:tli w imyaliloin ; K.H) barrels Ohio
Flour ,
liicir pre eent JKJMOOII as Justices !las the guest of l'ennslvaiiia, \vannly ap- April 12. iSril. 14Liquor3 3t two mi 1 three years fr.iu their date, runiaiii due IlaynesMHarlcy Wakley, Mrs MWil.H.n 20 fc extra superfine St Louis *

the fc"prcac Court ponvd in this! city, but is the Secretary of mvl unpaid, with the; iuttrt--t : T izabc.'UHakin's Dr J T J 5 hothead Middling Bacon H'
ia the cato of Inncrar-i M White, J I) 2 -
i it!. |I iff ate fo engaged it) these mutters that heill &c.I And wluTciia, tli" cai 1 Gfnrre O. Il.jlt ant fJeorgoJlilli I'lerJ S Wo...I, C FWilloughby 5 a Shouldtrs,
K.O. liST receive 1 on irom New r ufU lx.'caiiietlic pun-LtHTi fri'in the .siiilCOIUJMnv 3 "
Uic-t
not circumvent lho encroachment upon Nicaragua Consignment Orleans Jones N S J :D eujjar cured U&ai3,
Ii and for sde at low pri< cs, on the M.-VInh! d-iy of AiKju-t, 1 is.i: >,of S cth>n i iiii 2 cfl>ls Rice, ,
LtaUiity the IJritKh Government? Are the Johnn, Cap luJameion Wiilten, B"Williams
of Bank in case of Forgery. I by b Iuiij.itiiis, 5 qjilons each, of IIenne .sy, ; Town-IJp three Smitli. in ILin;e one East.lyiivr on N 6 barrels Lard, -
'flie ew OJleau i oily' tongaed Mr. IJulvver and thc blustering 8 0ard; Piuil, and Me-tiej-at MranJy, 1iuth! ii i If* of tltt' TolLiha-'cu Hail Road!, which) nUw GJoyner J EWil.on. 5 a choice Sugar, r
Ddta T ,
ifJ says :-In the rases. ( 'hatlicld to rule the roast ( It is very e\ident. 5 Ueiuijohtis superior Holland Gin. through paid i't-ti'ii, exclusive of that pait thereof be-. J EJnmei.oii SOO; bu.-hfli C mi. For sale bv
N II Ward Mr OC
clian&erSuh ,
Mechanic's andTra1rej |I that the cajtiUilUts engaged in the great enterplibes 5 ScotchVlu'>ky. hiiii.r t to Lewis AllyiKnl, eter.tling to one him trod Johnson, W WitlMTMWQtt 3Johnon WWeleli EEKKV & ItOWLES, Auctk'neers, &e.: '
eb' Bank, 17 boxes old Madeira. Pale Sieriy, and St. lu- mi 1 tK'Vi-ntcfn acre or thereby, lo or mere, in the ; March 22,1831. 11
tod the in Central America little F S I
)i yefterday care very ,
lien of f thc iii
1'eie' Clant Wine, North ('Vturnt.r same, wtiiate the said
fointinvolved nbout national feeling on thc subject,- 2 i cask. and Ji--rnbcd .JohtLoIi, J Watson, II -
in the dcci&ion is tlii : j any Madeira Wine. County t.f Irftin on mid map made by Notice.
kt iliere a !I British or American, it makes very little dif- 4 h Psleard Daik Brandy. William l R. lloj.ki, at the price of nine hundred and l Johas, A (tJ Wilson, A J -

kk I arty draws a check on the ferencc to the peculators. 30 dozen Scotch Ale, pints and qiIrs, fifUt-ii dollar and twt'iit-li\o cents mid executed hii>on, J \V Wooilbury, S DURING my short absence from the State, Mr

order of another 1.1 London Porter and dj.ti-1 the raid loth, of Jaeksoii, D II AValk.-r, A B IL NEWOM and A.3LtiGK areui July
party, it is the pints qnrt1 th-ir three noU", day August,
The Let
is authorized
and
4'.f th Bank 11101103' mat easier to-day, L 200 boxes Sardines.Tbe 183'.i: fitWu hnndre-l and twenty-eight 82-100 tlol- Jackson, T Wi-llborn, MrAYillLs agents. I alo return,my sincere thanks to.
S to verify not only the fctocks are improved.Tbe Joiic. J 9 PHWilliam the citizens Ni Tallalia-vee for their
;
HJjatljRawing ab-ne articles ore from a large importing lars oat-li, fir j part of the purchi money, payable formespamnage,
lEureoflJee the check, iiho. attempt to a&snsinate Jacol Clouse,, hoUae, and \vatranlrd sretuiine. with interest at the rate of fight jnr rentier minuin, A P J, MrKirkland *. C C and its soon as I return and stock cau Lu.ohtaiuetL \

t4ay the cofetoiner of the Hank but also j by shooting at him through his window, is BEllY ii ROU'LKS, AuctioneerB, &c. in one, two and three j raw froia their date re.-jn-c- Jt t Young, David will be be at ray old etand in the Markti here I 'cil
[ ML-s R S C C hippy to meet mv friends anti .
King, Young, customer.*
t* i April 12, ISjI. 14 If lively: all of \\))1kb iiutes remain duo auJ unpaid, with
_y Z2aUzre of the im\y in whose favor and likely to remlt fatally. Tlie five pcifeons inI I thc interest t tAmi I tr.stii.s calling f for any of the above letters: I'lIIUx* T. PEAIICEL

t ke order the check I custody are all stage driver 1 UST received and for ,-alo by O. C. BYRD is drawn. Had | -
NASh IL
P.
h. J 104 1 bbk No. 1. Mackerel MILES ,
it
with) tJie said purchuf-ers, \\su oxjirewly agreed and
'fi check on the Mechanics and \Vliooping Cough and Crimp.-The fol 20 bbk Tine Flour. undert"o that! if the naid jiurflia"ers t-luill f.iil 1 to pay April 5,1851. 13 St Bacon, Lard, &c T.,

Trdtre, ? Rank Wn drawn payable bearer lowing might; be very interring! at this present 20 sackfl Rio Coffee c-itluT of prad notes a* they respectively become ilue 4 CASKS Bacon Side?, -

*c Bank moment to many of our readers ; it is'c'frorn 10 Nicks Java Cofleb tlc said Oiinpany Juill be at liberty, on giving tliirty: Bounty Lands and Pensions. 2 Shoulders, .

would only have had to a Medical Journal 1 tit-rce Rico diyn untie,- iii a gazette published i-i TjJliJiasc, to 10 banjelj Mcs* IVrfc, "

tkt the signature of the drawer of the *'Two troublesome diseases the 10 L1,1.1 Ilrown Fngar.C ru-i ill] aid land, or so much thereof as v ill be bufficieut : fplinundeisigned.havingmade arrangements with 25 Hour. -
whooping bbls Crushed JL a and experienced Agent in tbe Cit 2 barrels
end Powdered competent
k UaS Sugar. to jwy thc sum due an J esi>euse-, at public auction mind 10 kegs Leaf Laitr.
I Scnumo' and 5t being genuine, tlie cough and croup, may be cured by a mix'uie' 5000; ) l>es.t Panatilla isegars. ,, at the ri-k t>f said jmrchax-rs for the benefit ol f of Washington, and being DOW provided with (he 15 WLLkey.Ji .

OSwoflLave fallen on Mr. Smith, and not of equal parts of castor oil and ,molasses aIteaFpounful April 12, 1551. 14 aid Company ; and if any surplus remain after pay- approved and reqn-ite forms, will attend to the cot 1- >t received per Schr. Tarnaril. and f.r alp hyMeNAUailT -
of ClaitriH ot
(Jo the hIi. of the mixture to b Hut the check draw HYRD t Co. liuve : Laml. lVnsi nd, and Claims lor Loses and Servi
being 11 < now on hand a good as- rvha.- their Newport, March 22, 1831.
said
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to era legal
! yaLle jas the cough is troublesome. It not only afof CC, of paid p > or representatives the United tats Govtrnuient.Olliccrs .
; ret upon
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not to bearer but the and in ease of any deficiency in payment of the amotui
lo order
( ford immediate relief in but in few and soldiers of thexvar of
y&fc A j croup, a Crockery, (!pis and Stone ware.ILjdward due on said contract, the aid purcha trs or their 1S12, or of arj CHARLES
rep
; "aniwn! it \vas the duty of the das effects a cure of whooping cou h." and Cutlery. restntative shah be held liable for tho same. of the Indian wars since rio, are entitled to Bounty W. DOWNING,

fik o1ly to be sure that the fcinatnrc'r -I Nails Castiiiges, .c. And whereas, as said jiurcliA-stTd have failed to paj V Lands under the late Act of Congress. Fur services ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT"LAW,
rendered moderate
,
1the April 12, 1851. H a compensationvillbe Tallahassao .
MARRIED. aid notes us heit'inbcfore recited: Florida.C3f .
was good, but also to that chigeJ. Upon dhicry of the warrant or I he amount t tcohlectd. '5
tee On Wc<3nc !day tub instant the Rev. Now thc said Company, ii pursuance of the prowl- Office at the Cai-itc-L ..
S.P.
t4elIaytnent evening by ; ri C.flYlU) A C<>. have jui-t recc-hcd a fine aswirtrnent :- D. P. ICGIJF.C. '
&M of the check lad 'been duly o r- JlicLarJw.ii, Mr. JOHN & UAI1LOW and Mk. _.1.. of dress piod.-*, tueh oa MOIW of said agreement?, mnj by consent of thc parties, W. 11UTCHINS. March 15, 1.S5I. J0 tfFLETCHERVILLEHOUSE. -
the ai.l lands auction
will for sale at at tin
t* atidfor this purpose it was equally ELIZABETH TURNER all of Tallulasr-cc. Plain mid Embnudered Grenadines and MuJn?, Court expose House, in tlm City of Talbha"ee, on thc Jit : March 20, IS31. 12 IfVI.

duty of the Bank to Bcrazt: ?*, TJ-wuca, Lawns end liern-ro I)Jt-Lnc. next. Wwc'en the J 1iuri of lo oVlotk A, '
verify: the signatureV In Lowndcs County, Ga, on the 0tli uH EdwnrdC. l diy of1a' ,
aiVI
awl
UPa..a bv Muslin LacelCpjie-s Undcr-felecvcfl. ; G. II. DAVIS (iX SIGHT CF .
harrison.t.o M. and 3 1. JI, f"r ca-lu to pay the notes due thereot; TUOMASVIIiE, GSORCIA.: ) .
Dukr ROBERT M. I). do. da Cuifi and Collars
.J.I\
PEACOCK mid
with iatcVcst, CuP.t aul charge ATTORNEY AT LAW PRIVATE BOARD, aii thin-s incirjedat sio '
fine pep
( V j hiw made Mi.TEXIILOPE GRAHAM!, sixth Jangblrr of ilrs ALSO Parasols-A;; an aortmcuU J lr .lie.- Silk!f Ladies Umbrella and CLilclrcU'cSboos JOrfKPH DKLAFIELD, ) Trustees.TaiLi.VCC TTAS taken iii> his abode at Tallahassee, and will month. Travelers cccommotJatcd. WLI4O14I L

l it U found?out a way to t Mary awl thc lath Afcxandcr CraLaaj, deceased], cfTcllair G enf B LEWIS! CUUTIS, -La.:- practice in the Courts of the Middle DiSIIIC is ywor.a heap cheaper than Cotton sellsP.

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Tax C olIe ctor's Sale.BY GOTTO GINS. TAILORING. I IT cgal tbttrt5t1flthlt3 Nt* Yov1 ; iew Orkana,
:It orthitui & Journal.rCELISIIED HE subscriber would inform the citizens of Tal- :
; vetted in bv law I (IONNECTIXO with
me
virtue of the business th
power lahas that he has commenced I the above of Florida
State
ee of the sad
Ccr.rt
'. for vale before the Court House at JESSE ii. [n the Circuit 1 site ExpreMeil
WATSON betwee, *
expose ol public tue
and respectfully solicits a share Circuit ia and for Monroe H
EVERY S\TL'RDAY EVEX1XG. luincy, in the County of Gadyden, on the second for the Southern Maine, Ncv tt g1

Mondiv of April ne\t. the fulln.vin; described pro- GINPahra MAMTACTURKH, patronage.Store opposite the Florida Exchange. County. IN CHANCERY.WfflhTn Rhode Island, Gcn&c ,lJJS'S'

T K K 31 8 : ertyor sa much thereof as will pay the State and 7/ce County Georgia, [fir C-wmeuU cut to order. State, Delaware, Pennsylrania. lwZjrW

VitRCE DOLLARS per annum, tf paid in advance. Bounty Tx due thereon for the )er IbSp, and the iaforw his friends and the JAMES SEMPLE. E. Williams, ) Columbia, Indiana, Ohio. m the "

)(RtE AND A HALF, if paid within sis raoutl.s. iccessuy expanses incident thereto, lo wit : WOULD that Ue continuei theaboe public bu.iiu gene al November, 1S50. 47 If ti V Divorce. generally. the Misinpi aiid Ah1XITh." >- -

FOUR DOLLARS it not flid unttLthe end oftheyear The whole of wb- i> called" Fcrbes1 Purchase," his o.' ) tanJ, wliMeLeviilbe happy i-nply lh.nj Ann Williua.1'. J JTT an-1 prominent place in Ge sa
yinjm Gadi.leaCountyor so each thereof as will ADVANC23 made on Cotton hippeJ Lmt U tfco sati-fcctioa cf ttiL Our futilities are so MttorireS
fjtjThese let ins \\illbe rigidly adhered to, antinopaj'er with jir t rtAt aftulf. A* an hlence uf the CASH appearing by : >
pay the Tai a.reiiJ! bounded on the Ejtt bv the '. NelsonNew York,by lnt Am "Willknw. resides can secure the safe an4 .
will discontinued until all arrearages are quality of his work, he would state that out of the Gourt that the Dc cn> spJ, Tr
paid, unless at the option ol the publishers. Subirriben Ocklocknee Riser. aad oa the Wc.t by the Ar> lchcoU Ure jaibcr sold Uy Lira the past year, not one has October li), 1S50. 41 F. H. FLAGG. nut of tha State and ia the State of New Ycrk, on Freight, Truiks, Packages, .ioj
HUGH O. McLEAN
will be received for three months at One River. Collector for GaJiJen fiil d to give perUct sitiifiction.-ir.d woulJ as reference motion of S. K. :llaliory, Solicitor for the CoiapLwaast. froa one end cf the country to the other

Iltar-'k moall tat 1 &0. Every older tar the Tax County. givclhc uiiaeol any one who ha one of his Strayed tLe most rcraote point*. *

paper ut of this county mut be accompanied with October_12.1.: PVl. W r.-.n Ginsin u>?. lIe i iat.nIig to ealargehisest.ghjsli. T "ROM the subscriber al Ocklockonee It is Or. rrtZ, That the Dc .ntLar-t do sppear anti From our many year**expeiee in tti

the cash, unless the order comes through any of our Tax Colisctor'a Sale. raent considerah'y ibis year, by which means he will .4 \JL Hay,about the 23d or 2 lila November, ciuwcr, plead, or deracr to CompL Jnant's lill on or businesswhile connected wi ..uwrvnn

regularly authorized agents in the State. enabled! to fill orders (which last hear he was unable _____ a bright sorrel HORSE, 14 or 15 hind.shiti before the first ilt,i lay ot June next,ol virtue of the power veled ia me by law, 1 thin) and spate, w'itblong leg, and Piavvled Pubhcatk the Tca ofwl.khthe Is resp.
B tou.i) withtjini u possible, superior to any ever very same will bo take pro confesso: t the confidence uxi
shall for sale before the Court House at information maul be
expose manufactured Southwestern white spct in his face. Any New York
in community
in Georgia. He thinks of this Order bo first matte sormj uewspaper ,) -re feel '*
APVEHTISEME in the County of GaJ a, on the s conu received if required, suitably paid lot tiered A"
Quincy thankfully or
a hit every year's experience enables bin to make a in tliis State for the term of three months. hiJl never cease to give the most enure A T|
flMlbeinserled at the rate of OneDollarper qnjreof Monday in April nevt.the foUt>vvip f described pro little better article. by the subsciibcrat Quincv. January 27th,1851. our fr'wnd the Jewellers, Bank aadit ?1*
twelve lines lor the first,and fitly cents for each perlyor much thereof as will pay the State and Being apracticalnechanicand wit hal.deiermined J. L. SHIELDS. JOS. B. LANCASTER generally. ; a"am

mY C'J.ueU insertion. A reaionable deduction County Tax due thereon for the year 1S50, aud the that but Gins the December 7, ISO. -IS V
atone ot very firt cla'jshallbe man- Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida. We bej leave to call attendee to ctr CaEfL-
will bf made on legal notices estatenotice .yeai- necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : ufctured in bisshop,lie fpt-ls sale in-warranting from New Orleans *
February 1, 1S51. 4 Sm press and our Emr.// *
ly notices without alteration, by persons bavin:;; Six hundied and forty acres of Und, lyin; on to operate to th' satisfaction of! the purchaser. Hewill Receiving from New York, New Orltaro! anl Mobile. !"

regular accounts nub the office.AU Rock Creek, j urportr.u to belong to L. S. Catlin.or deliver them free of charge to purchasers at A FULLassoutment of Staple Goods and Groceries State of Florida. Officc.H. Charles Hotel BuUJiuf
for office nueh thereof will tritTsx aforesiid. ,
announcements of candidates FIVEPOIA.ARS o as hay in of
their plantations. .tt consisting part and 19 Wall street. New York.
invariably in advance. No attention HUGH O. McLF.AN. LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.
All engagements made with his travelling Aspnt- 15rown Shirt ings and Sheelings. February 1. lS51. 4
will be paid to any order lor announcement,unlc& :Tax Collector for Gadsdan County. or crdr to the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be Hlea--h do. do. Calicoes, William W. Cheever,
accompanied with the cash.AU October 12, 150. -.0 Cia PREMIUM
promptly attended to. Wo d and Willow Ware, vs. COTTONGlKg"T.

religious, marriage, and obituary notices published Tax Repairing properly done in the most durable WuxJen Bucket and Tubs, Ellen A. Hrockenbrou, widow and administratrixol TAYI.UR & CO.. Proprift3r.efsV
for CoUector's Sale.
gratuitously ; but editorial notices private manner. Fsicy and Common Soaps, William II. Bfockenbrou. deceased, Lucy E. luinbus Cotton Gift Manufactory ,
,b ,
benefit,will be charged a advertisements. B' virtue of the power vested in me by law, I QJr:: lie is also At 'nf (for the gile of Chapman S erm and Adamantine Candles, Brockenbroujjh, Arthur S. Bruckenbrouh. Thos.Y. inaction to announce to their rtr" etv"p,18"

shall expose for sale, before th Court House Rindall's & Co.'sCAST IKON HQHSC r 0\YF.KSU Irnwn and L ul uar, Crockenbrough, George L. P.roctccnbrou, tens generally, throughout the CoUon" odJi, V

Jon WORK.We Qnincy, in he County ol Gadsden. oa the seeoid GAR MILLS in S' tliwe .rrn lX 8i arid Florida V.iU. Spanish Civns.: a 'orted Candies, George S. Hawkins and Mary R. Hawkins, his ion. that they ate prepared to supply pnv,;J*

are well prepared to execute Job Work, such Monday of April nextthe following described property Contracts can be male with my TravelUn AnIs Rio La uira, and Java Co Tee. wife, Thomas W. Brockenbroiigh and John W.Brockenbrough of their celebrated PXMICM Gii,. as3 *

as billscards, blanks pamphlets.c.,with neatness or sj much thereof a< will pay the Stale and Any information wantednith frz ardto thee .t and Ouba). X supply of Kentuc'! y Bazi in and Bale I infant children ol John W. Hrockenbrouhdeceased Where these Gins hate been oi.ce o,fif Ji .

and despatch. All work of tlmde-ictiption, County Taxes due thereon from 1SJ3 to It.30' inclusive operation of thf ? mills, cm be obliinej by addressing Ripe, Fl. ur, Bacon, Rirr Mr-cured Hams, Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth bf deemed unnecessary for the t

except for persons having early accounts will and the necessary expenses incident thereto, towit roe at Paltmra.Lee CountsGeorgia. L-r<, fcr. JOHN McDOl'GALL. V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxvlt, Margaret Cham- a word in their favor at they fetl amiartotfnto eonEJem *J Jchinea

the office, must be paid for on delivery. : March 3O.lSJ.( 12 > _(_)eiot..r_ _5. IA1)_ pun Sims, widow and administratrix cf \ViIli.ui have beet, brought to such p fwi;..,.,
Two hundred and forty acres of land, in Gadsden W. Simi, deceased,Martha Mason Sims, and Far- their superior performance will

E= -_- -- County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimcrson, or JOHN PRATOHIUS, Notice. ish Carter. preferei.ce to all other Gin* now rrcemmecdivin j f-lT* V
oe.
TOWLE & HYERS, so much thereof as will pv the Tavas aforesaid, lying month after date, I shall apply to the Judge appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by satisfaction ol tho e who have not '
i[:OP THE LATE SIX nsd tit
FIIl.M OT BULL & PRATOKICS ] IT C
Watchmakers and Jewellers, on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, Ptoh.tr forGadsdrn County for a final sell!.- aCidatit made in this cause, that defendant, Arthur and are unacquainted with their ,

the service- Tax Collector for Gadsden County. '1.t2 Tl/'OULD inform hi* friend -uid the jtub-W mrM tiii di\ Hardy Shepard S. Brockenbroiisth.Thnmn W. Brcck 'bri-a;h, need only say, that the veptatj.5thtprietors Fiivr rW .

HAVING procured October 12, 1S50. 4" Cm ffl that he lia taken the -tofe iRte'.T omipie >cea ed. E. K. SHF.PARU. Adm'r. Thomas: %v. Brockenbrough and John W. Hr< <*ken hare ben awarded to then fnr the BESTGI3
r& ALLEN, irnerly: o
prepared tie _l .by C. II. Blood and njiinin.! ; tk,. +*n Litrlyiujiod Gadden County, January II. 15t. I Cm brough, infant children ot JoHn W. Krorkenbroujjh, MSiteil at the great State Fair held at A lanti
V iiiscity.thev are now Tax Collector's Sale. ( by Bull <$: rrat< riu, \rher-.. Will Kpiea d I Ito dece.isedand Faiiih Carter, reside r.utf the Srae ; also, at the Alabama and Gform fcsia
line with AjtitalfZ
the above promptnes
ecute all woik in To our Iriend virtue of the power vested in me by law, I attfivl to tli!' eslIan] wsnL. if riv.whj n ay be P. P. LEWIS, of Floridi, beyond thejuridielit of !h. tV urt.bu and Mechanic' Fair, held at Cftlottbnj; ttt
in the satisfactory manner.
and most BY $
attention to all work! which expose fjr sile, b.fic the Court Huu c at dkrVii4.tI to |iutn>p.L' hl'n ia hi-, line <,f t..in..s. Local Dentist, Tullaliass&c, Florida. in the United State? ; and that drfeidjI.. ..rBrockenbrough > annual Fair of th. Suth Carolina Injure

at distance lorwardc-d, an early toils will be given.TOU'LE j tiuincv 1 ia the County: of Gj-'tdfn, on the second He !ILU rcc.-ivcJ. by the late rtj.., rkvite and OOMS fa th" new bialJin uuraediateh Germme S. HA A kirn and '4y It Chailc- fon. Tie Cotton innrd on the, G'ecfived t,
be ,
may So MYCRS. Monday (.April ue\f, the following described prop ir.l!-: lfclfd tuj-jJit of Cetht, t\is.t- *:dow the first Prerainnnat IheertiaitJo,,

September 2S, 1S50.' SS; if rty or so n.uch thereof( a* will pay the State and (j<*>Ji ; a'ia o nT.iivk.r.w,-f rf -, Vill l fiui1.: une-V prtfs'ienaUyer..nue'L and adtninislralrix of Wuliazt Vi Sims, ier.zd. CharlestonSonth Carolinaand at mrj Fitr'fc4S3mi'leof

V Cuuaiy Tax die thereon for the \eaf 1 59, aad the READY-MA C L O TUIX G, 7, 1850. 35 and Mutha Mason Sim?, reside b* osd lee juris.hc- Cttton from tlieni have been eihifoirf.

Towle &. Myers, necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : All tf r.Iiich, I flatter ciysi-lf, zn cc-i-J h rtvlge ..a.Iqu.ity j/embt-r lion of this Court,but in the Western Circuit c! the The Proprien rs have in t'ir p<*f ioBKCriou

hand, and are now receiving new and Sevm hundred and uity acres cl Lin.t, lyini; en ] a.J ie as eh'p, iy tLAis ill State cf Florida : certificate from Planter, Crtton Broken,CB!
I HAVE assortment of GOODS consisting ct Crooked Creek, purpotling to belong to Armistead fun1 in tiJs z'.xket lie itli sjve s.'teution Superior Liquors.iT It U lktnjre Ordtrtd, That! said dfndan9 ir- Lii* i'>n Merchant, and Msr.nfietami of C c

Gold Lver Hu.itinij Watches, and Ritu-v.. tO Li. buV-i..;. fll I.t.pes be 'nUt merit a 1iitril -V I'E HOLLAND GIN, siding; in tU; Vt..trn Circuit ot th-5le cf Honda. G..d., te tfif>ir>K tbat the perfortcir.eeof tht i
Gold Anchor Lever do HUGil 0. McLEAN, fruia tla23.1850.ptbhe.Nuvuber .4 Pit. C-t4: L'rir.dv, pptur and answer the rrsll of Coirplaint ft-! d in and the sample produced by thncannotb

Silver Lever Hunting do Tax Collector for GjdJeii County. 4C tf ] ** iJ i* "V'IiA txtra quality, this cau.* within !v so months, acid t'e def'ndants celled by an> Gir.t ever Eisohrtured.

Silver Anchor Lever daLapinc October 12,1W. 40 Ca i .* pure l'< rtViiiC, eeiidiria b.-y&d ifc* limits of te Sijfeof Florida All order, fir Gins" siren eilhertoonrtnTfiS.,

and common doentlernn' Pure Sulphate cf Quinine. 1 LU. Lr- .\'U-lcfy, very su;uk>i uticl within fir u.imtksfron it,. d.ii of tie publication! or local .AZnts, or krwarded to the Proprirtorin

and Ladies' Bo-som Pine ccneral astirtment Jefferson Coan'y' Tas Collector's Sale. In fciure, and for Bile lu\r byOKO. ot t thi CfiKr, or the said Bill will be ta* rr. for con.Ies'ed mail, will! ahvavrecei e prompt attwitioa. p.wil .

ol Eir and Finder Ring', Gold GuaiJs and BV tirtueof aist'iouty visted in me (by law, 1 shall rPIIE subscribers h.'e "r. J har.4 1 0 lMlird am' 1 L BY.ST WICK. ajaii-.i4 t.em. I ; be-'tnt to any put cf the country, ,

Keys, Fob aid Vest Chains Seals, Gold ami Sihei \p',_e fir s a1e. before the Court House door, in I City uunctsol SiUiiitrn< (li-tisi'; ., u-h lh* > FeLr..ary 15, II. C .In d it i* further Qt J'rtil, That puWicsiirn of ranted to give s-itis.'acfion. V

Pencils Gold Pcns.GoMand Silver Spectaeies, Gold Montici-lio, Jfftcrs.m County! on Ilie Gist Mondav in have obtairifd iliuct In-r.itTr i.u.rt.arets, a.d! this Ord r ic UiitU? in a.i v* n.ne .r p'jMMhfl inTalLths.cc JOS L. DUTTOJf.Colurhus.Ga. V

Sleeve,,Collar and Hosom !Jallorn;, S.lver, Peail, and May iievl, S-ction ;21 1, TOVMI>!IIJ) !, Range O.StuthanJ they will warrant it tit Iw a b|>ftii.r Article.Ve Bank: of the State of Florida." cr.ce a \4
Khdl Card GoM and Silver Thim'jU-s, line Kit.\. or so much thereof) as will pay and atif* \ have enUraed rr t H-k of tauv. iil Medi. J. WAYLES BARER, Jude, Sc.20lh .
Silver oi and B'lftio' Combs. Maria T.litaru's d'-ublc Taxe< due the State and cines by rcf-r.t artivais,i'it are lU'e urriJ to esrttitr T lIE crkr-i.ie.I Laii!;; accepted the apt >int- March, 151. Notice.

Fans Also French Mintle Clocks, Table Knives, Tct County, amountia to J 5 1.beidescost4 and rlurce orders fur rliclco. in our li -, &l ).oies.le! or retit. nit-ut tft'isi.ni'i'uirs uiidt-r the 4th *eriiin oftJ.i A true copy-Attest. ''HEucderakned having

Plated, and Silver Ware SiUer Tai.lf and Tea Said Land are si'ujted in the said Coui.ty of on the DiOkt arc.-nuioJaliiw. let ms. :&ct ,f tbe ( siieral A'eanby! .f the State twtired 0 CAa A. :NVCK?, Cl.rk. T in his busires- maoetomencwjrvp.ts aU

Trays Soonl, Plated poous, Fork?, Cr-am and Soup Ladles Jeriercon.anJ known as the Harbour Hill Tract. We have alkn! a few acci-'j'iU .ef due to s for iii- .. ATI set to iucorpcrute a IkJ.k in the City of Talli.La :By Ilucu ABCUER, Jr., D. C. Jjot.mcnt d I to call and etlV! reque In fitorfl pRwai, .
up
| Plated Waiters, do. Tea SL-IS, Castors, Candle- JOHN WOOlEN, %ear 1l'J.. They *re geii rely! in **jall ut.rvr.U, ..-*<','* api ro\cif 24th Jkcuary IsM. to receive sub- March 22, 1S3I. 11 4ra books but sell his goods esclu i ertfornA iriiirt
but if the whole could be slorll\il the !. Of the State Bank of no t
Silver and Gilt Girandoles. Tax Ccllectorfor Jt'fleuon County. paid wculdpo rks- to Cariul : <
flicks, Solar Lamp*, vroduce, and bv so doing he will be able to
Also, fine-.double banelled Guns, Shot and Game November. -13 Cm fartOMirdslifjuidatiugceitain kui: a which v\eow }1.-i.a," Ltrtby give noMe trat subscription in wri. State cf Flarids-Gadodza County..Middle the lowest Iiair.z price*, which fceprcaitife
Knivc- Porte Momiie LCU'IS 4. AJIF.S. tine f"T cr.MtiuiLg the Ca] ial l Sock .f said Rink ? ,
Bag*, and Flask4.fi.te pocket C'trciit ef ..l'iouJz ( rancerj. ar.d requrttjhis old cui>Cier,ami otfewmivL-ji
Port Folios Violins, Claronets, and Flutes, fine Rarors Notice. JureStc'iO.. ) _ _2._ _ will Le received by tLtuii at tLe tfike of Henry L.m SPRING TERM, A. D., 1S11. buy lu\, toiriv.bimm i a c.ll.! He hat en bindasv.rtnuKit

Strops, iic. SIX month* after date, I shall apply' to the .Tude Carriages TJn gics Saddles Hirn s Rutrs. ('a the cliy cf ILirch next The ,*iJLc of Shoe, Hat*. Cap. EbnSrts.Ctf'aand !

Best quality and general asnrtraent of Perfumery, Probate of M a li on C'rjnty for It-tiers of dis- to u.jrjicil si'b twt.utyer (xutof Archibald Nicholson. CccpUiiunt.V3. Woollen Goods,Ac., Vc., for lacih and;jt>

A.C.. ate. TOWLE fc MYERSSeplemcer minion fio n the admtnUtratiun ol the estate cf D. :23. HULL the re-i ectivc cmuao. iu guld crtr.. ILe lion usfs.Januarv.
23,1550. 33 Daniel Flir.n, doces-cd. books of ud.4Titi4..Li: to Le kept optn fur tLc space of James Nicholson aid William N. Adrift. Excutorscf 4. 'SSI S2 AMOS BICRARDC

SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Adm'r. "rr k T 11i CARRIAGE REI'OSITORY, sixty days, Ui.i if at Ut tune rut re tL.r. the Loc Malcolm Nichoi..atL.cea..ed. Vitr, hit

V CARRIAGE REPOSITORY March: 22. 1W1. 11 Cm c-L.t: ::: % Prick } ui'.din offr f.r'I c.ua&.t cf the Ftock U fwuul to Uc stWiilcd, iLe cntijv itt, Adnirii4r.iue rn the.t'.seof hsrw- Notice.S .

'- ':'_ .ae t.r.e 14ttr4'lil f.txr.itt ?CiCA- Ktixl vill be divided aiiioiig tLe suLcriLers m ill'deceased, frirrell Hinson and Miry his wit., IX month alter date. I shall applt to th Horable .

BY MILLER & BROSAWTaU Law Firm. WAYS, a spln liJ l 1.t of rJUGOIES, with (t vi'houttnp inn to tLcir tubcrij.tkni.JAUKS tt a!., Iefndarfs. Judzc of Pr 'bale tor the County ill,

\ cribeis would inform ihfirIricnds BEARD practice co-partncr- with Iuin4itod Lich will be sold Court that James Nicholr,, William F.
HE sui- I'll the Court if the Millie Circuit of couijikto, JXO. W. AliUYLE.DAVIDC. *-it ate of James B'.ackliiige, Ute ct sad Cvaita: ,
and the public in general Fieri la. Office ia Tallahaji verv. low. WILSON ,. Averift. a.ii Wiley Hlawitt three of tW LVndr.Uin ceased.
that: they are receiving a larze supnljot c. -ALSOAt JAiJLS. ARCILEIt.iornzriutovrL said Bill rede out of the Sate of Florida and EDWARD BLACKLIEG,JUctJanuarvSS

CirrJ>l t' and UsiI"., which tbe> o'.hr JOHN BEARD.T. the OLD STAND Fh'niix BuiMin ;, P.OBT. W. WILLIAMS, within the limit 01 the .tate ot Georgia : 1>51. 3 6n
.
for sale on the most reasonable terms. Persons W. 15REVARD. RUTGERS It ia Ordered, That the said J-UES Xicholson,

V vdsmi! to buy, are requested to cat! aud examine _February I, H51. 4_ tf S.rMlc r.ri-llf. and >!artiri:af rf a va- TzJki.set IJV.L., FiLs, 1851., 6 [SentbL Wihiaca N. Averitt, &n>l Wiley KUwitt.anpeir and Notice.SIX .

their stock. Oct(-bir H,. l Icili. 41 Southern Mutual life Insurance ('f tves; IIame of all dx criptionAxels. -*; answer said Bill of Complaint according to law, months after dte, the na'der>igndwillrv
Conpany Spring*, IIulu, Ia.h! Fnovi s Cirrixje Triminipg -
otherwise the san .- shall be taken fro confeaio uto
of Louisiana.HAVING Not ICC.c.lx his account and ouclmers to the Honoms
ana Shoe l&uin! ; Tr.u1k4. Cnrpt Pv-, ValiM5.
Sale.BY
Tax Collector tf em :
lx cn ajipoiiit'jd A r.t for> theal ov!, Cora- i4.t, together vrith all other txaclt-a! rcquircid ir.rmUsaf'-tr date tLc unhrirnel!, AJminLtra- Profiled That a of this Order b publi.hed Jud e of Probate of Leon County,as Adoinutnis
copy
virtue of the power vested! in me by Uw, I ileciiun: it I.i&1i.c.arv to di-cu-s the in ln. lin' j tcr of tlie c-tate cf Waiter K. BlackLurn. ill pre wrrk for the ot four tnoiths) ia the on the estate of George W. Harrrll. late of InCmnty
once a spare
have levied uon; ani til1eqmse to sale/beluie inij irtanro anJ .I'lvar.t.T.'e <.f th"ji'uual iitu.z.ec y. U. li'parinr: nc with dt*;.itch.4C gent Li- final account an 1 voucher* to the Ju-ije of iTo- Flori-iian St Journal a r.ew-t.er published ia the deceased a"d apply fur final dlxUptrca

the Court lloue door, in the town of Madison,on ].rin-ip'.p: wouH n-pt-otfully w.lirit th<> cua-i It-ration Nuvcn.bir 3, IU. tf Late if J&!r.rn Count v, and asi for a dL-charjre from city ct Tallahassee wiihin tSu Cirrui. the adninistration ct stidnti'f.BENJAMIN .
the first Mondiv of June next, at the usual hours ot 1 BIRD AdahFort
of tV.- citizens r.f TalUia--e"- r.n-l %icirity. Any iiifi.r- aaid estate. J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJge.
ale, to the hij-he-t bidder, the following dcri'ieduds nintk.n relative to it,can be 'jblaiwl Lv"raliiy! wi the C. C. BYRD & CO., ELIAS LASTIXGER. JOHN ERfCINK.S ;. Stansbury. January lStS51. 2 6m

; lying aui bcin; ia the County of M.dion, sb..eriber. S. S. K.MGI1T.SO I7"ILL make very libt-ral advance on CoStnn FbruaivIlSI. 4 Cm a'i1 ol Counsel (.;r Complainant. Notice.
1ieirttL iz
: November ), 1550. 47 tf shipped to their friends Ne-v Y ,rk. Oct 19 A true from the recordAt.r., f.
.
The S E3 of the N I'of See 20.T 1, R C, S and copy month after due I shall mate applintial
Notice. R. C. LESTER CItrk.
1:., as the property cf J. S. 1'jttenton, to py the cir COTTON WEIGHER. New Goods. SIX < Honorable Jud? of Probate in and fori
March 1551. 9 -tm
tasesaadrajtadue oa sane fur th cars 1513, MS, und.-r-igned PUBLIC! yoiTON WEIGHER. SIX weeks after date. I shall apply to the Ilonora' S. County cf Jefferson, for letters of disoinioa ridischa'rgeaa
THE
'47, '4-i, M',, and 'W. thf City of TaiUha-, lavinzjtist returned OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of Jil
TneNuttheN W cf See 2-5, TIR5fur rnra the North with two pair of Scabs, nianitfat- Ilrilania: and Hn'-rht Metal Ware, tirs of ad-nini-tration tn the t->tate cf Thomas! G. Ccl- ment ot James M. Hart, late of said Count?,fe'i

Uses, kc., due froui 11' to I's'/J. lured, aJjiutnl aid eerlifml l>i the Inspector oj conVtstinK1n pail of Tea and Corf < Pot*, French haM. late of said Count, decea cd. MIDDLE CIRCUiT-LFON COUNTY.IN AXX HAKJerTrson

AUoth E i N E 1 Sec 11. and W J N W 4 See Scales and li'ii1s of the .Uw I'dCmtom Cofft-e Fjlterers Pitchers Candle Stick if dirTerent Z. M. LOTT.Mar. CHANCCRY. County. February 5. 151. 3 6aPIov

12, T 1, II 9, N and E parnorting belo-ig to J. J.Ualsrwood !f usr, is nr.v prc.; arfd to received and weiii any qualities Jellv Moulds, G13e4 Lnr.t rn-*. CAe Bj\es, .h 29. 1S:;1. 12 t Archibald Euie and Ann Euie.tbe wile of uid Archibald V
for dusthire-n trnm IStSto ISI.J Canni->?era: .l a varietv ol ther aiticks, which now Points, 2TI, &.
tax" Cat'.oa bru'iit to Ibis Markrt. He will attend a'the and J Jm A-, Daniel G.Sib- P.. Ilizabith: ,
THOMAS M. ANDERSON Depot or at any place within the limits ci! the they over! for ale on rejv nible terms. Valuable Plantation fOr Sale. Mary Ann. Mir tref.and France* C. Buie, infect TTEIR i RUST have just rocivedsgOOdi' '

Sr.erin a'td cx o2cijTax Col. Madi on Co. Jityal theJ Ann Bute, -O. mtQt of PloTT. Flow Points, ndGraa Baa;ia

'eIie 30, l->j. 47 Cms. 'otton wn hinj. he has a large \ i'i the tear of Ware of evtry tl'.criptinn, ,aoifacIused by 1. Hvr-l frnr.rrlv ret-iiltd, Ln Leon Countv, nearLike vs. *BlK-ea. Scythe Blades,and Cradle

Messrs. KlKKSEYandV1LLI AMS' STORES where g' od workmenar.il a1 l.ir prices. llriicontrJiilruj 4-0 acre, of \rhic h M.m tore Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen, ar.d February 1. 1351. 4 tf
CLARKE Lead Piiu Si't Lead Zinc and Civern
Cp1rr
he will receive COTTON I'OR WEIGHING OR ONSTORAGE. clttre4I Jiinj iirj'Kr cultivation. On the prt-rab their cl.ilJit-n, Fir.ftta ShlEeLi at her hu>band
(rcRr.RLT CLARKE t. CTILLMAM,) The tmbsrriter' Miict attention an1exneri Pumps* fir sate.! Tin RuiS'iij, (Intti-rir.i, nr.d Job Allen Jn.b Allen
executed with .tch.T. i ii a e.'cifurtabie frame Dwolliuj; Hc-u.e, with the neces RranShriTldWi1iaciH. Bouts and aoeS.
FTAV1NG the interest of Mr.Li acc for the last three at the Depot Work faitl.fullv and ilc-rti >'. Allen Laura C. Allrn Suaac.r.h Allen
purchased years Jeiti! >
-
WHITE t i: &. CO. >:try out Lou<', i.. 'HJ Piantai.nittaity r<>? exi3 on : i RUST are now opening Iar?
Siillsan in their oU bu' inc. 5, can be will he hopes, brin; him the custom of the Planters September 'dl IS3n.( 37 If avaiitag.! .as it 'uij'iin* tie! piney vorxw,where John C. Allen, and Thiiza Ana Allen, uid HEIR of genta Calf cored and sewed Bw&a
I old stand Monroe street, and Merchant generally. Oilirc in the of[ Mr. .
found their on rear Daniel
at the range n vt rv K" he will receive in few days from New Yorlr Iviiksej's store, where bubscriber be found at the satUfaclion of the Court, bva&divit
where a may appealing to PateStL1
Io tic c. l 1vrt ant Gfi'wa; Plank R of the most complete! assortments vi Heady- all times. made in this rase, that Kii..lU Siitflirld GiitS
one i.u i > \ardf the uwt-lir. an-1 I think will jjo on the alSO seed assortment of la&ei
mile ClolMn* and Gcntltmtn't Fancy Goods CHARLES A. NAH. ALL persons indebted to the estate of James A. hno, or thru.ugh the wLole It nth t>f tlie I'lantation; and her husband firan She eI4, d> n*t reside in Slipper;Ei tinsrie a Boots,ami Sbo.sal'P

ever off-red iu this market. AUo, a general assortment City Cotton J'igl.er.Sepferitwr21l late ot Lon County, drciacil, are .ud wl.) :itlJ- l\tVi\(\ i is irjili-tt-d.! v.-hith M nr.der ci.ntntct this State bur in the S4at of G. orsia, so that proce Slippers nnHct of> boy'. mLwva, and ciilorenFetruarv SlivI
ian C/ulht IS'O. 37 make to the undeipid; and a *
and Ktl II rejueedto
payment ;
of French, Enzlidi, to be done by the Ut rf January, lt>52, no s of s-ubpcina cannot be served upon Hem : 13l. 4 tf
and Casniintrs lilac thie having demaniia a3in..t t the imf, are erchy ,
Stack and Fanrtf D-xsliins Notice V PLuitaticn en the whole lli.5 i-t the Road will ** Jl is therefore Ordered, That sa.d delenditt's,
en>t Fi ucirJ silk. Satin, Canhsntre, and I'ttcct1restinzx notified to present them within the time prescribedbv it fur Cfimii'tiM'e. Av. It i i' now nflcral for sale surpa at a Finetta Shetld and Bryan Shefi eld, appear ar.d New York Agricultural Vareioae,
which he is prepared to manufacture at THE firm of Nash &, Tavbr i ii this diy rii-solved lawcrthev will b b-trrrd pajment."I. I'tr iMilesirr.usof! cliarin will answer the Bill of Complainant's riled in thi5 ciii-. STREET.
,
the bhoite notice and in the most approved stjK mutual consent. hose indebted will do us I. F. HEARD, Q-ialifitd Executor c-.ill bnrijiin. li Chaire E.ovlx pt will Low them please the within four months from the fist pub.icalion this 139 and 101 WATER

;. The community generally are respectfully requested the pleasure to settle as soun as possible. December 21, 1 v:i''*. 50 St land.on For Jtvj tfrm*, ttc,,aj>ply tw me at ray re klcncc, Order, or said bill will be t-ken for coat'ecd ainst A. B. ALLEN &. CO
stock before purchasing else M. NASH. cUlt"
call and
to examine iny them. assortarat
F Str.m burv FLu the mot extensive
I where. Tallahassee, October J 2, 1SW. 40 October 1, ISW. J. L. TAYLOR. Notice. >n = BCXJAHIN BYRD. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. &c. HAVE all kinds of Agricultural and

subscriber having taken out letters of Ad Jmu.-tryIS. 1S51. 2 tf A true copy-Atte-f, and Machin&'ry. Abo, all kinds
Advances. The business hereafter will he conducted THE OtCAR A. MYEXS( Cleik. Implements such -
Cash under u
on the tate! of Tin mas Co%%art, and Garden Sed. and Ftrtilbers,
undersigned v\ill make liberal cash aIvanr's the hun of NASH & CO who respectfully solicit late of Ilillshorouzh County, lcca l euthereby PMC* JUSTrocfhrd bv several late arrivals from New M.-rch 22,1S51. 11 4m R.me Du< Poudrette. PLvHr.tc.Z .

THE shipmetits of ColtOJIcausi to J. L. a share of the patronage of the citizens generally. notice Jo all persons having clain.s al iiii-1 saidV fate pale by C. C. BYRD Co.f r Orders from Merchants sad PIt

L Smillvvood, New York.SMALLWOCm.. They expect to keep on hand a general assortment to present them to me within two j ears, propeil_* authenticated t ) p.ittems (Laht.s flre' ) 1l.rves, In Chancery.IN punctually attended tot

GIBSON St HARRIS.Qiincy of Good JfeJicine$ and such other articles as arc agreeable to law, ar they will be barred do io do Polka do. JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. 25,1351.

kV November 2, l >50. 43 4m generally kept in their line of business. of recovery ; and all persons indebted; will please With a varkty of other j gnod fur dres. L'iilfur Partition and D! tribution of Estate. January __ ___
October 5, I8rQ. 39 NASH t CO. to make inun.-diatc payn.t.-it. ALSO The American Agrici1tUfl

Heady-made Clothing and Saddlery. New Stoves. JOSEPH MOORE. Adm'r. 10 A N'o 2 Plonrfiw, 40 A No 1, dq, Alexander Scott, Administrator of Aaron B. C. Scott, ,R NASH P. 3L, Tallahassee, WI11_T"
deeca.'ed D
received Bark Mora from New York, a Tampa Ray, December, 1&'O. .00 St ICD A No 1 and 2 Iloti h Point, scriptinn f>r this valuable p 4aT
per .
TUST
from New r*
TUST receiving York Parlor
and Sad' Cooking -ALSO- bound volumes fl 25 each, very zeaJy
qJ Urge supply of Heady-made Claihing ., and Air Tight Stoves ol the most approved David R JL Scott, and ottersE' -
pat h.
the Notice. 5; Supreme Go Lt-n Butter subscribers Dr. Na
kegs ,
the pvrhlic on most can
offered lo pay
which are terns and latest stjles. Call and Examine them.T. tliu cause, it appearing from the aIogatk of I5SOy Gvnc ij
readable HEIR 5o RUST. 10 Chee> terms. WHITE & CO. CIX months after date, I shall apply to the IlonO 5 bns uruiri: CofToe, the bill!, verified by a'JIdavi: of Complainant Jannarv3,1S5I. 3 _..- '
October 12, ISM. 40 S etv'm'wr2I.1S', ) 37 tf orable Jud. e ol PioSate fri the County ol Gids.- that Dt feiidant, EL JL Scott does nut re-iMe in the
__ _ lo barrel Mvnrr P >tatoc .
V .V den d.-r l.-tttrs of fuul ii) >misjion as Adriin- Extra Flour State of Florida, hut has fled to parts unknown, nut GroceriesHBLS. .
Notice.ALL THE TRUE MEDICINAL 10' Family ,
istrattixof the estate of William McGrit, late ol out tf the United State: V
Flour
l No S fi nn'l T Bird bhot ,
12 >T4rs HBLS. extra superfine
creditors, lejratcc%anJ persons entitled to dis COD LIVER OIL said County, dcccasrd. 21 drums Froth Fijr. //1 is thfrefurc OrJfrcd, That the said DuviJ E M. aal1 100 bw.heIs White Com,
out of the estate (if Jlculien B. Hicks, in the SARAH!! McGRJFF, Adna'x. Scott apjHsir and answer, plead or demt.r tt sai' P.illn seed Cit,
cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, 2 larreU KfHTiyr dried Apples. 0 ** heaty
deceased, late of Brunswick Ority, Virginia, tire USEFUL Asthma Quincy, December 1S5Q.J Cm tf or before tL(> first JIoiaLiy ia June nxr, rr the MiW Pork
,Uronchitis.Co'.ighn, Jitnuary 18. Io51, 2 10 barrels ,
hereby notified that their claims au'l demands viiI be and alldi of the Che-t and MOie will be taken fjr Cfinfrs eil ns to bin', ;.ntl i t
-
ca ei Lungs. A supply 5 casks Sisles,
haired at the cxjiirati of two y.iars from fulwcrilxT the date ol this valuable medicine is just received, which i'swanauted Notice. Leon Female Academy. down for hearing fxpartt: Proridtd. That thijOrdtr 2 tierces C. hams,
fiereofi; ui>lew the baltic bw fxhibiteJ to the and of be pnUl-hexI fur t<>months \rctkly iu some news
within that time; and all jierjonshaving wry demands For pure sic ,by very LEWIS superior&quality.AMES, ALL persons inJebUd to the estate of John Cole- THE Tn>tce* c>f the Leon Female Acaderrrv take paper publl-hc in Tallahassee prior to said first Monday 2 bbL" Leaf Green Lard Apples, ,'

*5aia t the sai-J estate,are al*)notified to jvufcciit them May 2i. 1Y). CO Tallahassee Fla. deceased, late cf Madison County, will this iietlo1 of hlftrnhing the public tint they iu June. 6 potato4 ,

Jof settlement, wilh'jut dtbv.BURWELL. please make paniont ; and a'l prisons having detnandi li.irc o1(1IclI the abote Institution, tnd&r the muperintelithi January 8th, 1831. 20 1crnNuts

B. WILKE5. Sight Exchange azain aid osl.fe, nill (please present them, nec of W. 1'. CriclAs, of South Carolina, THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A 1

Executor t.f I I.n.tVilI an J Testament N NEW YORK. SAVANNAH and MACON legally attested, to the administrator. \\hich Ir>titulinn Trill afuirJ all the adrantagea t.f ntLurniuih true copy: 10 Drums Figs, Winter y t

GadsJen Ctuitty, March I, 1S51. 8 8w O for sale, in sums to suit, by VANS RANDELL. ainl rt-flne education. We IUIJHJ to j i'ce! i it C. G. FIKE, Clerk. 15 IbL Rfrtifietl Tah1 *

t THOMAS J. PERKINS, December 21, IS'iO. C-0 6t lot such a fi >tinj; iw to obviate the necessity of senJiug January is, 1851. 2 4m Landing from 3kNAUGI1TYELNewport
Notice. children from home to
Otnber 12. 1
: month from date,the underpinned: Evecutor Notice. ftr Sc tion rf Five Jfvnths. In Gadsden Circuit Court. Januay5l.d

SIX the la't will and testament ol Uz Williams, JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, persons, creditors, legatees entitled to dis The Fin-t Cla>., iat hit-h viil be taught all the higher SPRING TERM, 1851. For Sale to arrive per SChfl'd

deceased, late of Gad dcn County, will apply to the HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. ALL or otherwise interested in the jjrpolSat.
Jude ol Probate of said County, for a final discharge [BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house of Aaron I 15. C. Scott, late of Jetleiion County, Florida Greek, if desired 25 00tV vs. AttadBMlfc iUUlJ H SACKS and 5 barrel* &*

and ieltlemsnt up; from sjid estate. D insured against loss by fin deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their FIcOI&d Ex-cutor.
WOOD3URY.
I SAMUEL LEWIS & AMES, claims and demand within f.ro jears from this date Arithmetic, Engli.di (Jnunniar, Natural llfs- t1r "
Gadsden County,September 21, Ii50. 37 Cm January 20,1SW. 3 Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing. to the uidei.-iisnclor tie! came will be barred; and tory, Composition, Ancient and Modern llistorv T defendant and all ethers interesteJ in the 6i Domestics. :1
above stilt, will take notice of the commencement I bale heavy striped
all persons indebted to eaid deceased, arc requested Recitation.-, 20 00
and the according to law. I Mariner -
thereof plead to same
Notice.
to make immediate payment. 27ilrJ Clasa-Spelling.Rcading.Writnj,Arithmetic manufactured uUna -
V A. 1C ALLISON The latter
goods arc
will make ALEXANDER SCOTT, Adm'r. Geography, Hiatory, Engll-h Grammar
lx months after dalehe( undersigned '"PilE underpinned respectfully informs Jefferson 3in March 22, l8l. 11 Attorney for I'Luatitt l>y nejTo labor, and are mt sampthe
of Probate cf Leon County, January 11,1851. 1 15 00
application lo the Court to them.
X at'ioution friend
'r the public generally that, I latitig of our
for letters of dismission as administrator oIhc Fourth Cla**-Spelling, Heading, Writing, 10 00Maic
County eniploved a supetior Horse Sheer, he is
estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. To Planters. 2u {'u Notice. IfrSL!
now prepared to execute all woik in that line in a XeTrport. Jannary 25. _, *
JOHN McUOUGALL, Adm'r.November lunerior manner, and on usual terms. undersigned have just received their Fall French, 10 00 ALL persons,creditors,legatees, entitled to dis AK1 CAPS'
ISiO. 43 Cm THE BY THE TRUSTEES. SHOES, HATS,
2, F. PAYNE. or otherwise interested in the estate BOOTS
of Plantation Goods which olTci
they
byGEORGEI
1L 1851. 1 tf for sale
June20.1S50. 25 tf for saloon accommodating terms, consisting in pail January of William Wvatl late of Hillsbnrou h County,State and !

V & Bale Rope. the of Florida, deceased are hen hy notified to exhibit
Bagging V of folhwing: 2
Fanning Implements. 13 1551.
Salt. Blankets London, Burn! Mackinaw aKd Grey. their claims and demands within tVoyears from this January ,
,
,
f f* Bales Gunny BaffRin Plains all vo"l and NORFOLK No. 2 Turning Plows,Buzzard Sweeps, date to IheuiiderMcmd. cr the same will be barred; .
JL VJ 20 p'. Sea Hand do, -1 fl fi Bushels Turk's MmJ Salt f f..r sale l y Washin ton hiaty.h'tistys and ",Axes,hues, Spatle, Rakc. Fork and all persons indebted tn the said estate will make Notice.T .jjttbi'*'
Gocrgia.tintcy
striped
CO p< Kentucky don gUuU McN AUGHT & ORMOND.H ; and colors. Coni'litHcr*,btrawcutter.1 landniills Burr Millitonec, immediate lIE undersIgned hereby give not *&&(&

60 Coil Rope, ft'r salo l)yMcNAUGIIT NVport_ Dec,_23 ,1850. 51 tt Got Ion osnaburjH-fancy ,plaids brown shirtings plain prints, flannels, Waggoner's JacWrew;Trace, I>ig, Fifth and Breast payment.BENJAMIN J. HAGLER, spective offices will I* rptn fi* '

: A- ORMOND.Newport handkerchiefs,shawls, and wool hatsanda Chains; Wheelbarrow. Cartwheels, Wellpullies, tc. Sheriff anVl! ex officio Adininisf rater. cfiicial business, from 9 to 2 *dts, *
Dec. 28 1S50. 61 tf. A. E. MAXWELL. M. D. FATT. negro caps Just received and for sale March
large stork of nwetls. HEIR & RUST. by Tampa, 20, ISfll. 12 St day's excepted. i
MAXWELL & PAPY, October, Ib50. 42 JIcNAUGHT & ORilOND. !The necessity and propnetrciliour "yf, ..

k Notice* ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Newport, Dec. 28, 1860. 61 tf. Notice. cf business in pubic cffices
cbrjous
Notice. law and and are too
copartnership uliichlmi ejdisted nnder tho name TALLAHASSEE, LOR1UA. Notice. SIX months after date, I shall make application ation. usage

T and firm <>f BULL fe PUATORIUS, is this tlay February 8, 1851. fi SIX months date.applicalion willbe made fo months from this dale, I shall apply lo the the Honorable Jud.e of Probate and for the C. W. DOWNING S'JOhN '

dissolved l by mutual consent AU ixjruons indebted to Honorable J.ide of Probate of Jelletaon SIX ;; of Probate of Gadtdcn County for letter County of Jefferson, for letters of dismission and discharge BEARD, ( ) !'

the above firm vill please call ant settle with J. ]). BRADFORD, County by the undersigned. Administrator of George of ditmiaaion from the administration of the estate aExecutor of the last will and testament cfEhenezer W. R IIAYWAR T .

I Hull who will attend to Uw settlement of the concern. Ellis, deceased, late of said Cojnty, for discharge of John B Durr, deceased. FoNom.late: oj said County, tlecea'cd.- D.S. WALKER.

J. B.BULL.J. ATTORNEY AT !LAW, from said adminibtratmhin. &i1. A. DURR'Administrator. All persons herein interested,a'>e hereby notified ac Its I

PRETORIUS, Madifon Court House, Florida CHARLES L. POWELL. GadsJen Ccunty, Jaopary 19,1651. 2 6m cordingly. HARDY MOORE. February 1.1 S3Lu.L

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