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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: May 3, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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from JJ1dCz./l'OOJ', .Jf119f1UI.t. I I The kind doctor was afl'cctedcvento tears; TIlE FARMER'S ELEGY.On TH M BUSINESS. Sweet Potatoes. I' A OEM..

RESCUED CRIMINAL. and both these happy beings participated in the preen tno!y kno"ll by the lank of the brook "Husband, said :Mrs. Hunter, as she was Amidst all the of cotton and The New York Knickerbocker Copies the followm?"
THE: i the most delightful of their feelings That m> JOUR and III) often hath watered his, flock, preparation beautiful linc, and a,ks ( the name rf their author:
yvho know the. expressions seated at the breakfast table with the father of corn planting, Southern men, look well: to I' have u
number of persons I Ichmt's The old farmer rcsU in hu long and la t sleep, They ben attributed t fiuhvcr, but whether
.t rrcat Dr. B- a professor of the I \\hich were soon shared by the mer I While the waters low limping; lullaby keep; her children. "I wish you could find time to your sweet potatoes. We scarcely take up a jutfy or not, c.annot say_

:I'-hraU'd I of have often heard him re. : : interesting family, who came to join :He i has ploughed his last furrow, has reaped liis List give a little attention to William. He has Northern Agricultural paper without seeing Into my heart a '.irnt look '
ne ifE/ anecdote consequence, passes root crops recommended for stock.Ilat a thy eyes .
[ ftltlllWlIIg Xo mom fcliall awake him from slumber again. his time with And what shadow, took l ;
\\ato( l that he had procured the bodies Misplaced Confidence. boys from whom he will not bo revolution would be produced in Northern husbandry bdl'rca
day ; The light of summer bkiea.
The bluebird sing sweet on the maple lxniah; ; likely to learn anything good."
criminals, who had been hung, for the Jones is, in general, a good husband: anda Its warbling oft cheered him gay wliile holding the dear could the sweet potatoo bo grown The first born love vra- in that look ; <

0fto urpoaoJ :anaU.my, l(1t being able to find the) I domestic man. Occasionally, however, his plough! ; "My replied Mr. Hunter, my timeis there so well as here, how madly blind ourcultivators The venus rll from out the deep

f: ot'thi1 M'Cting-room at the moment the com im1 tastes!" betray }him into excesses which And the robin above him hop lif ht on the mould. nt present so constantly occupied that 1 are, that they neglect so great a Of those inspiring eyes

!! EuiJil"'-!" '\1'1'0 brought, he ord red them have subjected him, more than once, to the For he fed them with*crumbs when the beaoi wa. cannot see to him. AJ. soon as I can find crop; great in its productiveness, great in its My life like some lone solemn spot "
cold. time to make some inquiries about school A rft es o'er, ,
t t\llt a adaption to Southern wants In the: first spirit
in contiguous to \ Jones. few since :
of :Mrs. A
: apaittrcnt discipline nights
tedpti1'd Crew instinct with
w, I he was united to "participate" with a few Yon tree that with fragrance: i filling tho nir, I will do so. He shall have the best advantages place it is no inconsiderable item in the daily In earth or heaven a glory In-fore not:

t t.1 II bt'd.ronm _ So rich with its blossoms! !. so thriftInri fair, for l'ducatiol which the country af- food of our white population, in the second Sweet
"Durin'" the evening, Dr. B- wrote friends at I'lorence's, by the way of celebrating trouble stirred the haunted spot. ,,.
By his own hand wa planted, and w'Hlli.I, In* ay, fords. <
it is the main bof the blacks, and in And shook the
ndrcad a* u"uall're'iou to retiring to rest. a piece (If good luck \\hich had befallen It would live when the planter had mouldered away. s1'n1 It.of every thouh .
I afraid be will bo ruined
am before the third is horses wandered o'er.My .
you near equal to corn for Thy presence
all the )
struck and I II
The dul''k! had just one, j one of his neighbors. He did i participate,
There's the well that he dug, with its water HOculd [ time to find He has to bin and
wi get a Echoot got mules, hogs, sheep, &c., &cr yearned crept to iLiac
when all dullproceeded
(
imil11'pt i K"undly, at once a I and to his utter astonishment, when he rose poultrj "As
if in times of
!: feo large now, that Jced tho restraint ofa believe they of lindthan yore, J
tOuna from i the room containing I I to take his leave, at the wee short hour With its wet dripping! bucket so tIonnd old; father's hand." are any I i Thv soul had bm a.part of .

bodies.Thiaki ayout the twal," lie found the largest brick No more from its depth by the jiatrianh drawn: any of the top rooted plants; as the best c' nt'1 it back once mne.wcb more;

ihe\ ,i t that' Perhaps the( cat had been.I in his hat he never saw. Indeed, lie was I II For the pitcJicr is Lrokl-it-thc old man i is gone! "It.you can satisfy yourself as to what evidence of the f3e there i is:no one root more I Thy very no longer thine,
;' I i school it is boat to i him, I will rely what i is Bat merged in that delicious life
stml up. nourishing: to to I ,
tl :'i' I'V, HII-tat.elw: \sent I o ie \\hit 'heard (in remaik, soliloqucntly] ) think I AntI the feat where he sit by hi? own cottage door, nourishing i
iut (up i In t.e! f.ti1l-ulllrner ,.htit hi lal"Jron< oVr, on your jiid iuent, and he shall go as soon as bipeds, is good for Stock that Which made u one of yore!
quadruped
!!
',.i, |In the' cauM* of the unexpected i (1SC. ; .Mr. Jones:!, you were ue\cr quite so tight be tve 4
I r'Ii hi.* a-toni.,kment, or rather )his hor. fore." I I With] hi" eye on the mon and his |pipe in his hand), you can get him ready. are used to them, refuse them at first, but they I There bl omed Inside thee form as fair
What: I" i his truths like of the lajvL I know about schools There murmured tones a* sweet
I"pcu"ing Me must
a nothing !
: you learn to like and in moderate
on (tISC'I jog that the sack which con. I lie reached his home, finally, but by a I soon tem, given But round thee breathed the enchanted air
rot allied( tin1! habit's \\a* torn asunder, and, on route which was anything but the shortestdb.tttice I'Twas gloom given day when the old fanner died); select a school for him. But, in the meantime quantities with corn, meal or wheat. brand, Twas life and death! to Itc; *
I The "tout.heartllll11f1um ,l the affectionate could not do with him the
cned you something at answers a better than corn alone.- And henceforth! thoa "Bert
he found that of the bodies purpose
going! nearer: one i ; between two points, not, however, And the prayers c.f the ju-t for his: rest di,i aoen'l' store J He must have something to do, or he Three bushels of sweet potatoes are equal to And) though the stars 113.1 tdr. .
mi-1''! :::! j I WithOut having experienced considerable :For they all lost a brother, a man, and a friend. I ) run
vjs I be They whiter only
of
d :,".' windows Iir.d been! fastened '! about the which awaited cannot kept out miscic two bushels of corn in feeding stock, and look !\\"eet
The ""rf> anxiety reception --- -- ---
For upright and honet tIll old fnrnn-r wa You send him the store after I the difference in the cultivation and
may
with the jrtvii':' '">t rare, and it appeared imn I him from: :Mrs. Jones. lie was in luck that His God! he revered, )he respected 1 the law*. i he has his breakfast and I at vast A Romish Boll or Corse.

.iUo thai! tiie body could! have been stolen. night, was :Mr. Jones, barring always his Though fuiiiclc&s he lived, he lias gone where his I I what 1 got do with him." will see productiveness ; an acre of land that will bringone The following fearful anathema, taken froni
can
doctor frit rather IH't\'Ollo: worth, hundred fifty bushels of sweet potatoes '; Tracts of the American Protestant Society
his house
Ttiec!)("' ; on rc- primal transgression: ; he got into I I an4.
Will outshine, like gold, all the dross of this Mr. Hunter then went to his store, where and to six hundred: be "
and it not without pure may 1, No. 19 thom
tnirkm"; this was un- and found }his way into his chamber without I! Vol was pronounced by
., ..isntion:, that he began to look about .. waking a creature, not even a mouse."- eat several men were waiting for him. The store I made on good land. What is there .that the Philadelphia oh tie Priest, William
Mt\
hlD: ",bl'lI.' tl1 his' horror and amazement: her After closing his door he cautiously paused, Last Words of the Presidents. II received! but a very small! share of hU atten smal fanner can more profitable raise I \10 Hogan, seceded from the Catholic
i tion. He had
ltl';'t'd tie! missing body bitting upright in to give thanks: for the conscience undefiled" I a large factory to manage, besides I, buy corn at one dollar a bushel, I Church. It is but fair to 8.13that the auI :
.' When Washington was 57 years old he being a director in a railroad, and chairman there are a few acres around his homesteadthat 'I of this document has been denied
'. which secured to :Mrs. Jones the soua andretreshing thenticity
/I ron Poor;?!Dr. H-, at this unexpected apparition blumbershich had prevented her laid upon his d.:ttI-Iell "I 1IlfI am dying," i I (If the committee for securing the election -i mar be planted in potatoes I Every planter by Bishop Hughes : ,
I
: beca'ne: transfixed with terror, which! t taking: notice of l his i arrival. Being satisfied said he; "ni,' ( :m\t l t long." And of the candidate of his paity. has some peculiar manner of planting his "By the authority of God Almighty, the
again : "Doctor, I die hard, I am not afraid William had .been up late the night be. sweet because they almost always
potatoes;
I very
w.'aiurr l'ttlJ\( (I observing the dead and sunken that nil was right, he proceeded to remove I Father, the Son, and Iloly Ghost, and tho
to I belie\cd from I fiist attack i fore and did not make his at the docU each thinks his best. Some
: ,
fixed him which} go my appearance j one plan mother
evrsi'f the corpse upon ; his integuments; with as! much despatch and undefiled Virgin :Mary, and patronessof
I should not survive : breath cannot last j breakfast table until hoar after i the It has been i
prefer some Spanish.
ever \w: he moved, those dreadful eyes!: dill I quiet as circumstances would permit, and in my I near.nn yams our Saviour, and of all celestial \irtues, :
long. And so he ceased to breathe. j his father had gone to : place of business. I customary to plant the seed of the Spanish,
him. the of time tho be- Thrones
fallowed vacant
course sought place Archangels, !
i Ages DominiQns
More than a quarter of a century elapsed .I Your father wishes you to come to the but we are satisfied they do better from the .
The w :t doctor, more dead than alive, fciJe his slumbering con ol't. .! Cherubim, and Seraphim and of the
before a similar scene wa witnessed. Then | store as soon as have taken breakfast draw. little earlier from
you your i They come a
began: to beat a quick retreat, without, After : moment and may Holy Patriarchs, Prophets and of all the A-
io\v( resting a congratulating Hunter. !
I Ion the same day, the first jubilee of the t, said Mrs. i the seed but do not
na- they or
I' come as even
sight of the object of his terror and of the Innocents
hnwovi.loMiig\ : ; I himself that he was in bed, and that his 1 1i postlcs, Evangelists, Holy
i tion, Adams, at IK of and Jefler- Doou know what he wants of me?li Potatoe beds not set
iipretreatod, step by step, one hand holdingthe I wife did not know how long he had been I years ago, i grow a large. already who in the sight of the Holy Lamb are
soil, at 83, came down to their! last hour.-.I said William, with a blush, (pccasiotied!" by the I should be immediately. Give the bottom
caudle, the other extended in search! of there, it occurred to him that if he did not i se found worthy to sing the new song of tho
'
1 resign to 1113God," said Jefierson fear that some of his i it regularities had come of the bed good coating of and
I"I myself a manure cover
the duor, which ho at length; gained; but change his position, Mrs. Jones might detect HolyMartyrs and Holy Confessors: and orni
UHT! is \no) escape: tho epectre has risen and from his breath that he had been indulging.To and my child to my country. Soon after to "hi? father's knowledge. I a little soil O\'C it, now put small potatoes tho 10ly Virgins, and of all saints, together
"
lie
Adams exclaimed, Independence forever! wishes to assist him in the store. all the bed and some two three
you over cover or
followed him, whose J livid features, added to prevent such a catastrophe. he resolvedto ,,- Holy Elect of God"-may he,
and all was over. They too, had ceased to Very well, I will down. inches. Bed out as as can raise,
go many you
the lateness! of die hour and ih%stillness of turn over. He had about half accomplished William Hogan, be damned. We excommunicate -
breathe.: I Xow it }happened that William had madean that one or two drawings may furnish Jour
tap:! uitht; feiwn tj conspire to deprive the his -we are now obliged to use i and anathematize him from the threshold .
DOor durtur of t tiie; little courage he has left ; the idiomatic purpose language of :Mr. Jones himself, I Five years after this, at 71 years of age, engagement: to meet some of his companions planting. 13' taking this precaution, you of tho Holy Church of God Almighty;
Monroe at ten o'clock. It would suit his the
ceased breathe. not take of first and
to
advantage seasons
'its drench fails: the, candle falls from, hishand from \\hom we receive; this chapter of his do- I : can we sequester him, that he maybe tormented
I Five after this, at 8 of I purpo e to be engaged at the store. He did have growing while less provi.
years years age, potatoes your
: and the terrible bcenc is now in comjiiete mestic'trials.Vhien Mrs. Jones liz right ; disposed, and be delivered over Dathnl j
up wit
Madison ceased to breathe ; not fail to go there however; for lie had not3'et dent neighbors keep up a succession of plan.
darkness.: \ ; i in bed;and said she in tones that scraped the and Abiram, and with those
say
,
Nearly five years after this! at GS years of t 1 learned to practice direct disobedience to ting, from a ten by lu-elce bed, and make the unto
The good doctor: has! however, gaed: his marrow all out of bones said she, Jones, the Lord depart from us, we desire none of
himself{ my age, Harmon remarked : "$ir, 1 wish you to 1 his parent's command He had little fear last planting, when they ought to have half "
apartment, and thrown on his bed ; need n't turn over, you're drunk clean 1 thy yvays ; as a fire is quenched with water,
you under&tand the of the that his father would notice him to We have found
true principles or assign potatoes. never
government i 1 grown any
but the fearful hpectre has till followed himit thrcuglu"-Arthur's Home (;azetlc. so let the light of him be put out for evermore
; I"ii'lh them carried out ; I ask no- him employment, unless the matter was root to compare with the sweet jiotatoe, in unless it
ha: ? caught him! and seizes hold of his repent bun; and make
-- --- I shal
thing And he ceased to breathe. brought to his recollection b\- some question much the winter and
feet with Inth hands.: ..\t this climax of terror Dont Hurry.We more. feeding cows through satisfaction*. :
'" Four years after this, at 78 years of age, I Ion the part of his son. That question he was in short, they are good for e\"trythingthat hasto the Father who '
tie doctor 1 loudl exclaimed, Whoever hoard taloof : May creates man,
v a pnthelic t a ganUoman, I Careful ash. Ill' t tho from ioo In. cure !
il.o A wl.tto
not tO
'* I Jackson observed In Mili. tiuce: my &ufIVri ICItlume< at etoro out 01* f-nt ...1:0..0 him the Son who suffered for
leave us
von are me now very poor, who was deprived of a large i in in the of his father, ten d\* down to the stubborn mule. then} JAIay ,
At this the let his hold, and ings, though great, are nothing comparison I presence ti nearly Hl curse him May the HolyGhost, who i is

moaned! feebly these spectre words!go**Pity, good hang. csiate much of once a hurry.in consequence A dying man of being had quarrel.in too I death with those I look of for my everlasting ding Savior happiness., through"whose And i: :o'co

  • Christ
    Holy for
    have !1" our salvation
    aan!: : pity on me ed with his heirs, and was determined they I ;
    he ceased breathe.In Mr. Hunter did not come home to dinner
    ;
    I his
    The c-tod doctor. now discovered) the mysurv should not have his monC'Ill' had made aillgivingallhis The London Times solemnly triumphing over enemies, ascended, curse
    !less than three years after this, at 87 and when he came in, at a late hour to his BREAD.- swears him!
    and rejoined, by little and little,his com- \\ money: to this individual, 11 William not with him. that the English people never con
    of the second Adams declared was
    years age, : supper wi the !
    >. lie to the criminal who May Holy Mary, ever yirgin and mo-
    pJir. explained which only wanted his signature. His sands bad bread
    "'l'lii is the last of earth : I am content."- *Vhercis'ih1iam' said Mrs. II. Has sent again to ent. as teJ were ther of God
    him !
    had BO n3rrdescnped( death, who he was, I were running low, and calling his friend, bade And he; ceased to breathe.In I he not been w ith you at the.store '" forced to do h by the spirit of protection" iu the Advocate, of curse the la\t Michael;
    nad: prepared) to call up some "f his family."Do him take the will from the drawer and Holy SOl curse him !
    bring On this the Times is
    I, a little more than one year after this, at I I remember seeing him there some time 181. point emphatic, the
    you, then, wish:: to destroy me f exclaimed j him the inkstand. Tears l blinded the unfor. in the of It May al angels, principalities, and powers;
    i3 years of age, Polk bowed his head in baptism in the course of the day. even menace re oluton' says: and armies
    heavenly him !
    the criminJ.u If I discovered 'j curse May
    am j I tunate donee's eyes, as he executed the commarid. confessing his Savior. And he ceased I sent him down as you requested, in ".We warn these thei, that anyattempt the band
    Ins adventart will' become and IEclI I glorious of Patriarchs and Prophets !
    public i| He seized a small bottle from the whatever under whatever ;
    to breathe. I hopes you would give him something to do to name or him !
    bo brought to the scaffold a second I mantle: piece, and dipping the pen, the testator I The lamented Taylor, at (03 of age, keep him bus3"" pretence, to restrict the people of this country curse St. John the Precursor ;,

    (frini nme.! In tt!*'. name of humanity, save: me I wrote his name, lay back and died. Thewill submitted to the soll'ml decree. years" I am ready I .Ah, yes, I remember now; but he did not to the short and spoiled harvests of our the lay Baptist, and St. Peter and St.and Paul St. John and
    death: ,
    was put lJ:1clin the chest!! and the old soil will be met by the most nedrcsistance. :
    for the said he I have i anything to ne about it. own deterl
    I summons, ; ('nJc.l\or. I say St. Andrew and all other of Christ's
    The doctor then and .Apos-
    good rose procured aiiji man was buried, but when they come to look : of in I.
    body
    ; ed to do m\ duty. I am sorry to leave my I 1 told him JOI wanted his assistance in 8houl any persons ties, together curse him and the of
    : [; he mujlod his visitor in may rest
    unexpected an i for the will, they found it had no signature. friends." And he, too, ceased to breathe.Iizfrgrii i the store. I presume he waited till he got the position! Majesty's! advisers 01113di the Disciples and who 1
    old dressiug'goyvn; and, having tnatiu him Alas! the truth was plain-in his haste for the unmistakable intention to bind again Evangelists, by their 1
    ---- --- -- I tired, and then went away i wish he would I vulge an converted the the .
    ike preaching universe and holy
    feome rloriig cordial) testified a desire I ink he had the bottle and the will of ] and stretch the -
    Character. Who the chains to
    i got wrong! of ever possessed : come home. He is forming: a habit of staying monopoly, and wonderful
    i'' know whit crime had brought }him t:.> the i was signed with paragoric. So the heirs got i that did not derive untold! advantage fromit :; out later and later." victim once morcRpon the rack of death, there Confessors who company their works of :Martyrs found and ; I
    scaffold.Hewabailesertcr.. by
    : it after all.-Palh-Jlitdcr. ? I i is better than the gold} of Ophir ; it i.,i He must be s"nt to chnol I have no would certainly an almost unierl determination to God are i 1
    pleasing Almighty the I
    of than diamonds all 1 resist ell to the May holy !
    and to at
    him. even
    ,
    ---- pre time to attend to TIlrc no use in my crelis
    choir of the
    more:110 who
    Tl Holy Virgins for the honor
    good doctor did not well know what Short lJrcss-rtj. Bloomer editor of" And ., ;' him last and there is not an institution in t ,
    I Just appeal
    dons. Etonef. yet every mUItJ' possess undertaking i. get ready as soon ; of Christ have despised the of the f
    'tang lie' : la inploy! to save the poor creature. the Lily, has adopted the "short dress and It To young men,we say with I earnestness .. :; as you can, I will send him at once to tho country that would stand before that re world, damn him May all the things saints from i

    turn cwild\ ni>t keep l him in his house, and to trov.-sers," and says in her paper of this month, and emphasis, look! at integiity of char, I some good school, where he will be taken sistance. The[ British people yy ill not have the beginning of the world to f J ::

    km oat would bo to expose him to certain that many of the women in that placeSeneca( acterit!> tl.e blesMngs it confers,and imbibe. care of.'hcre is the ? protection."" So that John Bull has "got who found everlasting ages; !I
    be
    deatk pl'd" are to beloved of God damiiI : :
    win'! into J'he only way, then! was to get Falls,) oppose the change ; others laugh ; such principles and pursue such a course, that'I I The newspaper from cty was handed his dander up"about good bread ; and wo to I him! t ,

    cress ": thecouutry ; so, ha\ing made him. I others still are i-i favor; "and many have already -I its benefit may be yours. It is a prz so rich,I I him, and after having looked over certain portions those who would confine him to short provender May he bo dlmnedhere"cr he be whether
    liimhellin some old clothes, which the! the dress She closes she that it sacrifice toil I have interest for nations! feed their millions. -
    lJud doctor\ n-h'cted from his wardrobe he adopted ar- repays every aUI every : which no general readers Letl iu the house or in the alley, in the wood3

    left town j tide upon the subject as follows: necessarv, to secure it. Suppose mercantile -! lie was ready for his supper. After supper Philadepha Ledger. or in the water; or in the church. May ho

    wiomhc accompanied. by l.iDriJtrgc, "Those who think we look 'qll cr,' would I community could be found whose everyindividual j [ heas to nu-et the committee, who had be cursed in living and d3 ing.
    : rq.rehented<< as an assistant inn I do well look back few to the time, { known and tui of their in Amusement. Do they lead to
    OiScult] to a years, I was! acknowledged I the welfare party charge. Worldly you May he be cursed in eating and drinking

    m.\ cw uponhich he had been called I II when they wore ten or fifteen pounds of pet i possess strict and tmcompromioing: integiity ;; Mr.: Hunter was too bUSy to give any attention neglect Jour duties to man or God ; to violate in being hungry*, in being thirsty., in fasting;

    When tUv-had ticoat and lJu-tlc around the holyanl balloons j the representation! of_each one \\r in stiittaccordanceith I to his :01! I How came he so busy ? the laws ofyour.Almighty Sovreign, to eglect and sleeping, in slumbering, and in sitting, in;
    ;got into the open country, their and then which truth his wont 1 asi laid him to his and service ? Do they
    the u [ on arms imagine I j ; as good Was there a necessity upon extend worship corruptyour living, in working, in resting and *
    oflfo.VuLeJ: creature threw himself at theM [:. cut: thc queerest figure, they or we. We care: his bond! Such a commun'ty would have his business so w idcty as to leave him hearts, and withdraw your thoughts from and in !

    ljf'' 14-nefactor and liberator, to whom i not for the ft owns of over fastidious gentle. I a monopoly of the trade! ?o far as they had no time to attend to the
    r'JI1S oreaueternal gratitude; and the gene. II! men; wo have those!" of better taste and less tho means of supplying the demand. "Thei i -ivt time to take eire of his own soul J Was These are inquiries which each one of you body !
    doctor
    I .
    f,, J1.mi hiving relieved hi. want bv a 1,! (pii">l -.able morals to sustain; us. If men tricks of trade," whatever may be their appar-j: it more important that he should be rich, than must answer for himself. No limit can be May be be cursed inwardly and outyvard-*
    d
    Urn.' \ith! mo'wtLe. grateful creaturek-ft : think thc would be comfortable without them, tnt advantages' impair confidence, and. in the': that hU son should escape: ruin t prescribed for all persons, beyond which I ly; r hi3' he be cursed in his hair cursed bo

    JlIlI'Jl/ne' / may;! Lk'! si.igs:: and Bayers for !his I I|. and to have left them off."r: e do not :xiywe end injure those \ho practise them far: more i How many 1 fathers are tliere: ia; this land of indulgence in pleasure is sinful. The variety he in his brains and his vertex, in his; temples; ;

    About I shall: wear thii: dress and no other, but I than they benefit them. I is :m short sighted, ': enterprise and( energy, who must bo classed in tho constitution of the human character, in his eyebrqyvs, iu his cheeks, In his ja' .
    (hvjve
    fh. t--had: years: after this! occurrence, we shall wear it for a common dress ; and I as well as a guilty policy, to swerve, nude- with Mr. Hunter ? I and the difference cf strength in tho passions | in his nostrils! in his teeth and grinbones t

    da: occasion to \i-it Amstermtirg we hope it may become FO fashionable that any circumstances, from those great principles 'I Mr. Hunter determined to give his son thc1cst of different Individuals, place at different degrees tiers in his lips, in his: shoulders, in arms, 1

    "'3' gone one day to the bank, he we may wear it at all times, and in all places, I I which are of universal and everlasting obligation I :advantage for education which the! country tho point where indulgence! in pleasurebecome in his fingers 1J

    vh7 wjw iWcostl11 l.l'\J1 '1.\; a woIUdroswd man-one without being thought singular. We have 1 : Le a !man maintain hi* intesttY:1t all ;, afforded.. I He( wa, doubtless! willing to criminal Each one must determinefor May he he damned in his moilh! ; in lib I

    \ jiated out to him as one of already become eo attached to it that we dislike -i times, he will be satisfied i a / ss : be at any expense that should be necessary* limits layyful indulgence breast, in his heart and purtenances doyvn
    most
    to
    : ,
    opU) 'l1t incrchanU of tie! city. changing to a long one." I ing in it, and a blessing flowing: frol it, nrll to 8l'CUr that object. By that means he are exceeded the moment worldly pleasure the very stomach !

    Dr jjTn'lilllt! :ukc i him: politely! if he were a blessing all around it.-Phila. Baktiz.Idleness. thought to atone for I his 1 own neglect! begins to assume that place in our hearts May he be cursed in his reins and his

    iaHl 7, of kn
    '" til lt3 affirmative, pressed him to dine .-1 have heard talk of the! pleas is to tho that God work of salvation. He thus "liveth
    lit his 0aK'-Mkkh i loved a LJ.bY-uot any ofyour sour, suspicious to others. I parent by our thr hip, nnd in his knees, his legs and his feet
    dOCtor( ; : invitation tho worthy squaring! specimens; but a bright, urcs'of idleness, yet it is my own firm belief! hh pro\idencc and woitl, gays, "take thiichill in pleasure is dead while ho liveth." Innocent and toe-nails!

    tU I'l;bOlhil'* a'l'tej' On arriving at the nier- rosy, dimpled thing, full of fun and frolic, running that: no one ever yet took pleasure i in it.- and 1 train it for 11<" I! to a certain distance as 0133be the course May l he be cursed in all his joints and
    ,
    > be Was (shown into an I'iOgant Mere idleness is the disagreeable state of do the work, she leads that point. her articulation -
    in wiiicli beyond
    >PU1Iflent over with glee, and of such a confi llg No other person can requiredof us, I of the members from the of
    andtwon't.' W here a mot charming' i f woman: I unsuspecting disposition, as not to refuse to I existence, and both body and mind! are continually the parents. The best educators can only house is: the way to hell, going down to the his head to the soles of his; feet crown
    0133there
    ''"'
    ) ct.ildrt.11 Wt.lcoUC'd him ii the I making efforts to from it It of be
    Jnoa go to any body. What can he more refresh. escape assist the parcnt chambers i no soundness!

    I1tied falt"un.manner ilic: ; which reception wiriim ing in this! busy, tiresome woild, than mi occasional has l.eel said: that idleness is the parent of j' Among the ruined of our land, how man. ath.Bishp II
    Lad n\'t'f IJI'lou'more, coining from persons he romp \\ilh a baby A letting down mischief, which i very true ; but mischief it. are victims of : glcct-of the glory of his majesty, curse him And

    After dinner tncL as it were of the chord of mind, until it vibrates self is merely attempt to escape from the casioned b3' the pressure of buiues. and Viriyard in the Xorth.-WP were conversing may heaven with all the that
    Lizn : the merchant, having taken with and then dreary vacuum of idleness. There are Keir York Observer. with who has located rowers move ,
    >nta( j his ]1n unison a baby's hold many worldly care.- yesterday a gentleman : therein, rise against him and
    up and
    counting-house, seized his hand, real tasks and occupations which man i is unwilling I the Calaveras river who curse
    zid, ing a confidential chat, in baby vernacu- : his rancho on ; damn him! unless he and
    &:I.id. tOLjn1 baxing pa-bsed it with friendly warmth, lor. Then to have a cduplc of white chubbyarms to perform, but let no one think that he is ''I Stale Tariffs and lol.llcrcourse.Te informed us that he had rec'ntj set out about Amen So repent bo it. l make it satisfaction .
    : 0 York Tribune >e so.-
    "Do thrown round your neck, and a pair of therefore in love with idleness : he turns to Now says Souther ,1 thousand grape place, and Amen:

    ."'0 you" not recollect me!tnCI rosy lips, fresh as rosebuds ere the dews have something which is more agreeable to his inclination Rights Associations with which Buchanan, intends to mako.a. business of the culture of ,

    cc\\'cli, b.IiJ the doctor. left them, presented for a kiss! The man who and doubtless mo're suited to his:nature and other Loco Foco Presidential aspirantshave the vine. This interesting branch of horticul. Intermarriage.-Tho Superintendent of the J'

    ,latQre. then I remember you well, and your can think of it without softning of the heart ; but he is not in love with idleness: A been corresponding, oppose the importation ture will, we doupt not, be at some future day Hospital for the Insane at Indranapolis, in a t

    Inemoryfor will never be obliterated from my and a watering of the mouth,is no better than boy may play truant from school because hedislikes of goods from the North unless the an important item in our State. late report upon the condition of the institution .' !

    hot to you I owe my life. Do you the swine before which the pearls arc cast, books and study : but depend uponit articles imported are taxed by the Southern AltaCaliforna.] expresses the opinion, from his own observation .

    l'ernemh'r I' the poor deserter? On leaving and we hope ho never be blessed with a he intends doing something the while'togo States where they are received. Would that the intermarrying of relatives

    IOU. went to Holland. Writing a good j baby-or if he i is,may let it be a kicking, pugilistic a fishing, or perhaps to take a wulk; and Buchanan &Co., help on movements of this Confirmation, of the Egg-Story. will be is a cause of dr mind and body*,

    .. Ottzued and l l.>ein'r "od accountant, I soon I I j baby one skilled in the art of gouging: which who knows but that from each excursion both kind for le protection of the interests of their remembered that wo noticed some time since and tends dire enerar'of His opinion
    situation { :
    a is a clerk in a merchant's. mind State? Wo should rather think not. the discovery on tIle island : of
    . tlce. takes a delight in running his thumb into body and may derive more benefit than own Madagascar is generally held by all who have

    tj for My good conduct and zeal soon gain- ud is always trying to obtain a lock your of from books and school ? Many people go to Yet we find James Buchanan ofPennsJlmni some enormous fossil egg, said to bo of the the subJect The Superintendent investigate
    eye
    1 me the confidence of and from himself citizen of d free manu. of two gallons. We confess the alo statl!
    ) t1ie aff'ct.iolls my empoyer your hair by a more summary progress than sleep to escape idleness ; the Spaniardsdo Stte capacity in his report, that during the past year moro .

    red front of his daughter. When lie re. clil'ping-N. Y.: Day Hook. ; and according ((0 the French account, facturing interests are suffering greaty. in cor- story somewhat shocked our credulity, but than one member of the same family have become i

    tatne )bii business, I succeeded him, and be6fJ John Bull 'squire hangs himself in the month reppondence with n Society atRichmond the distinguished naturalist St. Hilaire has insane. There are in the

    Iut J'our -in-law; but without you, with. c. How changeable tho wind is!" said an of November; but tho French, who are :very ;,V 8., whose objects arc to admit made a report to.the Academic des Science, this time two sUters from one f hMpitlB,

    ZiC. | care, without your generous assist. old lady ult is tIle changenMeft tI.ing lever sensible people, attribute the action lta vne the products Great Britain free; and to levyan pronouncing the eggs thoJonajJJe'pro'ddction brother and a sisUr from another. "Also,
    Jhould not have lived to enjoy M much) cncie de exorbitant tax on articles of of a bird which ho has termed is rarely the a
    11lfn38.[ dill sec. Wbcll I went Washington street grande ,a descnnycr : he wishes to Norten pro. Epiornis.. case; I husband and at wife in .

    I Llflh h1 Generous mali! consider hencey .. was hlowin' ill my facc-andwhen I turned be doing something, say they, and having no- duction. So the Southern L co are sat Three of the eggs and some bones of one of the Institution as patients; Lot' neither of the I

    ,h olIJ' hou./", m)" fortune, t1nd myself us to ga down, don't you think r it wit's Uowln thing better '' dp, has ree'oul to the cord. isfe with making Northerners( slave catchers the ,birds have been brought to France.. jast mentioned d 'cases suffer (from hereditary I

    J'OUI1i, on mv.. back." i i George Bar row i Lafc gf.I I I I demand tribute of us abQ.i N. Y; Com. Adv. i talnt.-Newark Daily, Advertiser, "


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    ' FOR THE rtOKIDIAX *, JOL &N.tL. j"her citadels, and the blessings of 1 liberty would Clje/l0riMna& Journal: night she was met by the Spanish man-of war From the FkndJan i Journal, .April 26,1351.Southern writer Poverty from California in California.
    State to a in
    Who the tic
    pledged lI
    r
    lave bven reared the ashes of
    I' of Cuba- upon despo- steamer, Pizarro, which fired two loaded ord
    The i
    Acquisition Convention ? The Whigs, every man. of Tfeer, says--" I believe there are

    In contemplating the cventhtof the present tism.Until Cuba e evinces like disposition and guns at her, the balls going over the Falcon. them; Who tacked ou from it, and denounced people In Calfornia,ia proportion more poor

    : the nand naturally! reverts to occurrences of' TALLAHASSEE, : Captain Hartsteine immediately collected all such a bodv as revolutionary l I The the .
    shows really a desire to enjoy the blessing of f" -- r+ -%* *vx> ber of inhabitants, than in the
    I n similar} nature which have charactcrircJ the liberty, would. bo presumptions for othersto SATURDAY, MAY 3, lS5t the old iron, bars, chains, &c., he could find, Whigs, with Gor'Uroifn a their head. nited States" This is not rest of&e tr.

    ! jiast, and this process is gone through with,| offer assistance. We are willing admit and prepared to load the only piece of artillery From the For J Journal, February 10, WO. shows that in s ngulu. \II

    r for the purpose of drawing conclusions, as to that Cuba, ia the hands of a formidable pow.er ; ne are indebted to the Hon.J. Mdrton he had aboard, intending to return the fire Let Got Brown do his best (or worst) to history countries which abound
    , riifcht deleterious influence ( I!1! weaken the force of the Resolutions by his in mineral wealth, there vhas }
    what retmlts tlc future may bring about It exert a upon for ; valuable public documents relating of the Fizarro in C:1S it was continued. Explanations -, ? always Wi
    our Gulf: tradeand under these circumstancesit Eer j I i taunts at empty vaporing and gasco'nade. found a greater amount of
    Is therefore necessary for u! to lock at the .j would bt the part of"rnidtnce: to provide I to the revenue, commerce, dec. of the were, however, made by the com-1!',jThe members of the late Legislature ((3S I majority .- inhabitants, than in States poverty where among!

    transactions: of former day, so as to be able! against such evils;" Rut even self pre crva- United States. mander of tIle Pizarro, and the Falcon pro I i of them were whigs, we need not be there Irt
    and
    to arrive fit these conclusion All past exti n does not point to us the nf C,5ooit of embarking ceedlon her voyage. They must have a big 1; suspected of insincerity in vindicating them,) few or no gold silver mine The m-.w.
    in an enterprise, without a disposition Dlackwood's Kagazine.We have nobly taken a position in behalf of the of this seeming anomaly is to be found b
    perieace tends to coaunce us that the acquitUioa | have received from Scott Jc scare on them in the ever faithful Isle [Whydidn't thi
    in exhibited: b\' the Cubans of their desire tonar t'tl. and,right manfully and heartily and fact that those countries do not la the firs
    of territory by conquest i is ever injurin nd w is-li for a free o.crnment.Ild this Co., of New York, \ Magazine for Captain Hartsteine sink her first, and unitedly will the State stand on that position.The have soils adapted to the Face

    ous, from the fact that "the dominant love : thosld\ be indicated by a masterly effort on April The following are its contents. :-I. receive the explanation aftrlar 1] I little aid and comfort he can sire Stephens duci'oasashavo made other growth or ssh P

    ccmpre ft" naturally inspires avaricious and tli&sathte part, to throw of the enslaving yoke of Southey, part 2. II. The Peaceful Lieutenant --- I Toombs Sc Co, and their allies, Itt regions
    Free Boilers Sumner Elected- and and
    : should stand forth tritnaphant- ; him if it seems good to him. The mem- prosperous; ia tic second
    desire, and patriotism to be sincere despotism. Tliey noblyin and his III. Michael j give, place
    '' and Friends Angclo A telegraphic despatch to the Savannah }t of the late Legislature and the people where the country is m
    mart be devoid of every scltUh motive. \r e the defence of their rights, throwing Iher semi portions st-tej
    could never Lave fit ar.d cherished that i Jo-!- aide every consideration, determine to live as and the Friar. IY.1.XO\.I}, or Varieties .Xeics announces the election of Sumner, the J tl t whom they repesnted will hardly! b deterred to agricultural pursuits, as in California}

    ntry for our beloved Washington, had we freemen or die as heroes. They would then in English life, part S. V. Narratives of Sorcery notorious free Boiler and abolitionist, to the j l from express, in theresolutions people do not turn their attention the

    thought tlu.t lie was prompted by a love of meet with that assistance which an heroic effort and \lgic. YIIo.lem State Trial U. S. Senate from Massachusetts for six i years { f* heart and soul/4 : ., by gubernatorial more tedious bat to fir{

    felt His after* life has cliotvn, most concIu.Ih in the cause of liberty always merits, establish VII. The Flowers' VIII. Latter from the 4th of March last. On the denunciations of Southern dema yet more certain way of.
    Pe\"engl. twenty. the
    1J that the motives which actuated his : her upon the firm basis of a republican I gogues." quiring means of support An aIr 4
    Trade
    and if she exhibits: I days of Free Ministry. fifth ballot he received one hundred and ninety dance of the
    metals
    noble breast were truly patriotic. But wee government a preference Our amiable in the extract precious i in any coda
    1n attribute the invasion of Cuba to nothing' for annexation with oursxlves, it will The three \ote Thus we go. While at the I cotempr:1r I produces extragance and indolence uT
    Hay Party. he makes from 10th -the
    February,
    Irtit self inere and rlDdizcm.It. then IK time to give the subject the consideration South !I t.i ppr : t ae
    l gr dcmagougcs are playing on string
    On afternoon last the every harbingers of
    young i time holdI poverty, ignorance,
    due. But Turs.hy ISm, clearly us of atone misery
    MJ
    '
    Can we believe that the band of young ad- territory acquired by conquest of attachment to the Union, and seeking the I i j
    vcntorers, who may embark in this enterprise i is ever actuated by self interest, and is misses, with a liberal sprinkling of old folks I I ing to the absurd opinion that the party which i crime No permanent prosperity} be c.

    do so from 3 desire to see Cuba free-to res. therefore! devoid of patriotism, which is the (young for the nonce,) ladies, bachelors, and political destruction of the patriots who, at j i pledged the State to Southern ConventionI served to exist where .the en rgics of a pen-
    i :
    ca? !Lcr people from the palling} chains which foundation upon which all Republics, to bepermanent young gentlemen, assembled on the green in !"! the last session of Congress s, resisted to the i ii I! would abide by its own solemnly expressed I pie are exclusively devoted to tha acqnis-jj

    endive them ? Can w e believe that theare and prosperous, must be base .- old fashioned style to homage !i Liter end the outrages perpetrated on South- i i of wealth through their mineral :
    pay i GOBrown' '
    incited and are To invade the Island and make the war one grtetl determination, notwithstanding : resources.
    by philanthropic fellings, erd
    no. lights, the strength of our ertemies is !
    to( the May day Queen. scene was one j!! and 'I and hence, if we look to the condition
    of rehen} ible for' at gasconade.
    is vaporing
    Lly advancing against Cuba, for the purpose conquest altogether rep- increasing at the North. There hatred 1unt empty I tiaj
    of overturning a despotic governmentandes- the' reason that there may be a number of the I very ;pleasant to look upon. There were lit- steadily | We acknowledge the com.'e did people whose chief employment u of aa -'

    tablhhing a Republic: upon the ruins of a ty- inhabitants! who are opposed to a connection tie fairies, decked in flowers, with sweet hJP'1 of the institutions of the South i is rewarded t' think that self-respect, if nothirg else, would'!I'I cultural, manufacturing,and commercial clot!

    radical despotism ? Certainly not. Wo must with! ourselves, and we would therefore have I py faces wr'athc.l in joyous smiles, reflections" with official station and power-while force the Whiijs to consistency-that they!!i acter, we will be certain to find a greater alw
    nil set and feel that they are animated I by the also to wage a war of extermination; and-]j !from their} hearts. In their i here to warn the people of the designs oftheir I!!
    own pure tiny I would at least "assume virtue i if :' sence of poverty with its concomitant
    i ,
    hope thzt if uccessful, they Ins.ltlance thi'S' we all know to be foreign to the pri j thchd erUj
    rapidly foes i h to draw down I :
    ,
    their own interests. They go not for the} jrurP of a republican form of government.That ci.1 hands were b garlantl.oi Brings for th ?ifge-bt.y 1 j jj jon ad\'ancg ., it notBut we were not alone in this sin 'u3 than: if the same people were en-iTg: ,] _

    pose of freeing the Cubans from the shackle Bpi> the Island would be a source of great i whom the lot had fallen to be the envied j' *the indignant denunciations of the faithless ; tar opinion. Our House member, Mr. Cab- I pursuits of the opposite nature. There i ii

    t.rrrnnyHeh bind them, but purely on actout advantage to onr government is evident ; but ;; ruler of such a gentle throng. Tlie Queen, i II sentinels who arrogate to themselves the only | ell, though hs might rot have had tender I that in the cnltivation of the soil ukvj.i ) .

    of the inducements which the enterprise its utility w.-mM be based upon the means j Miss EL\ BALTZELL, received the crown I! right of counseling the millions whose dearj for any i. prompts to industry and
    j the zsj
    Convention
    i regard had economy thAt
    offers fur self emolument They go not to which would be used for its acquisition. amidst the acclamations of t j est interests are in jeopardy. fine word of I certainly, t a
    her'grateful subjects pro. I : these exist there is
    aid! a people in nobly vindicating their rights Once that Cuba is free and desires an alliance i i in that instance at 1 least, ,ore lofor consistency I always comparative'coafort .

    and redressing their! wrongs but they go to with some stiong power, then I tl.iukI J and in a voice of sweetest music, pro. j i'jsI scription has gone forth, and hcu1s true as the j*I entered the arena, and with a well and conseqa eat }happiness, diffused a-

    ictfsfr tl-ir craving for j-il'a! ge, plunder and that no effort should be spared to secure her I I j ito nounced an inaugural replete with assurances needle! to the pole, are to be offered upon the !; directed stroke of his ponderous war-club, I mono the people ; while, on the other bed

    Loot-.. V.'e cauuot conceal tiitec fact*-they ourselves. Texas was admitted into the I j of being a gracious and a loving Queen.- j| altar of party, that a band of ambitious, ; sought'to demolish! his Excellency. But it was !j i countries like'Spain, in the old world, aaj
    ere too manifest to be tIh:uheJ. Ui.der these tcircumstances uion her own application, and this I J office hunters (
    upon | jiactproedto then svlpb-like train thronged around i! grasping may batten on the Mexico Peru Arc. ia the
    the ,
    ,
    be Great Britain, that she rreferred j u_ no use. Even could not new, bnaVted! Bj
    warmed -
    they cannot
    by a j 1 the throne, presenting a scene of loveliness sp odes won by lulling a confiding people into "
    love of Liberty't but purely by a love of gain.It an alliance with our country Brent Britain j j Quicken a heart under to ribs.of death." a people not agricultural, are proverbial for

    must, therefore, be apparent that this dom- under these circumstances, did not dare ,I, I Ito pleasurable to the heart. A banquet suitable :. : fatal sbep of fancied security. Who ; 'Te Governor had t.t ear of the Jockeys, I j'Iaxn::n3 extravagance indolence, igaoranea

    nunaut love of conquest'' i is "conceived ii :, interfere. But had we invaded Texas for I to the occasion, a joining of hands in a dance I,I cannot sec in the elections that have already '1'tl'tlI and when the bugle sounded for the race, it t i J and poverty, squalli misery and brutal erica

    uure ambition and devoid of every' consideraiion the purpose of acquiring her territory,it would i j i around the tastefully decorated :May-pole, and ,I taken: place, as w ell as in the general tone j was clear a mad that the thing was out.-':j Such may not be the ectrJition of California
    of justice and propriety ;'' and therefore : hart doubtless involved us in a war with !I .'of: sentiment that free I I
    !: another party at night, closed the fcsth ities Xorthr soilisrn isi I II The ahead "
    I wouldn't run on thai track. i is as yet go ear
    "such acquisitions must be ever bane- Great Britain. We are as zealous advocates 1",' I i Te Whigs I rprising character
    faL" of freedom as need bp, }but our zeal does not I: of May day in Tallahassee.Cuba I there triumphant ? In the three States of; true; Senator Morton applied the pc persuaders I of manyjof the emi rlt* tothcthcdof!

    If Cuba is annexed, it is true she will }be allowed 'lead us into con.tnitting the egregious error I I -the Government wide awake New York, Ohio and Massachusetts the issue ;in, right good style, but it wouldn't do-" old i gold may prove for a long tine a barrier t>

    to participate ia the affairs of State, of establishing Republics upon a foundationso I I was directly made by the fanatics, and what i il !' mJter.of.fJct" had the whip hand of him ; : shiftessne??,);ut even these features, peculiar
    and trill be converted frJn1:1 tandy as to admit the of i!i The Washington papers of this day week j '
    tyranical des.;1 probability being I i j has been the result J And what have the \, and }in this condition with Gov. Brown at i to the Anglo Saxon, will
    eventually
    )oiIn to a happy member of great Rcpubie. : :washed away by the first wave of political ; contain :proclamation from President Fillmore !! other States done ? Rasa ': saccarnS
    } single one of them "
    tdhich j their head, thehigs of Florida, w ith few I to the same influence that has
    assail destroyed
    i But ia bczitliting Cuba, it )becomes ai may thorn. CIYI i iTo against the rumored movement for the i resolutions
    to look to it, that we do not entail unspvaka-; liberation of Cuba. warns all i I pls instructing their Sen:1tor!.i exceptions, turned tail on their backers, our energies of other nations, unless the people,or
    Lie ourselves Lie Editor fifths Floridian 4' Journal I persons I and Representatives to abide the Compromise I j !
    misery : j humble
    upon a government j from bating anything to do with the selves bcude and some how or a goodly portion of them, engage b tarnis
    \\'e da not present the probability of a war !j jttilh The opinion of the Supreme Court of the I I' expedi- j I ,ill al its iirt$1 Not one-not one. We i j other, amidst the noise and confusion," the f j up the earth, not for gold dust, but forSrc-X 0
    Great Britain: intending to rKJ I' lon on pain of being I held amenable 1 to the | toll! that New is
    corney J United States in the c:J/ of Itcnncr has been are Hampshire firm as her : dust and smoke from I
    the
    Idea that a collision with that formidable j)..-,vcr : i laws of the country, and of forfeiting} its pro- j! !litlls New resulting disorderly I II j ICE. ..
    reittd upon as sustaining the opinion proou granite -yet Hampshire suffers'r J! \VI ofNetfport advertises ia&y
    which followed the shout
    fchonld deter us from pushing forward: in i! tection in case of being nabbed in :tie? of'' teat they got I
    oarcaieerof advancement; on the cont;:1!.-. iietl by Justice Thompson in the case of!I down the of net i i' ]herself tbe. misrepresented in the Senate by I I us, and in the election the succeeding year II I Tines, of that ilk a "quantity of be cold

    if Great Britain sees pro;.cr to engage us as i 1 1an Inn:
    enemy, we feel assured that the same feelings : Courts were records of the Ftdc- strongholds I Whigs and Free Sailers, without one word of< the j h pity it b that we have no Ladds hereaway.-
    which I The Government has | on very contingency they themselves -
    instructed
    glowed within the breasts of our r;!, fio'ernrnent, and that their transfer byte its cfHccrsj i remonstrance. Vermont h abolition to the i!! had for in the Resolutions j' We have lads enough, it is trae-bat lea,!
    forefathers in the days of trial and advernitv! j at different points to be on the lookout for i provided adopted -
    would etill animate us to rejx.her! at1leks,' r..i Congress was necessary to give the movement and any ,core-Michigan elects a fre Boiler to the :. by the prc"ious11i; Legislature' you, they are not Daniel Ladds, and consequently
    suspicious to
    use
    i
    with the same energy nand igor which characteiired State Courts jurisdiction. I had supposed, ; 1 diligence ;I house under the very nose of Gen. Cass, without a dissenting voice! These Resolutions we must go to Newport for lee, or

    tha great of our nation in the day of f i from the language of our Court, that there I' to arrest it. I has countermanded the order I j ,even while he was on the stump, and oppos- 'I Ii.g | pledged the State : and soul, I take oar w-ater just so.

    the HC\'iutinJ.! But we mud acknowledge- could be no doubt as to the a.'thority: oldie[ !} for the frigate Susquehannah, said to be the j: him with all the power of his great mind, ;j.1 i iI wit[

    that a war with! Great Britain is not at ill dvfirable 1 Federal Court on the subject, ;iid you may :j fastest steamer in the world, to proceed to |i ;In what ever direction North turn united front, to join Virginia} the Carolinas CO .ECTIr.rr.-The Hartford Toes publishes

    -engaged as we are with her in C::., i Inautiy judge my surprise en n.Il.Hug' ly ."u j the Z:aat IiiJics: and has onlcied her to be we our gaze, and the other Southern States,, in taking a corrected list of the recent election

    merci transactions of fuch vast importance, examination of their opinion thai that Court t in readiness for any directions from the 1Vari i 1, we are met with i a determinate look of deflJ I Ii J t' such measures for the defence of oar rights, j I in Connecticut, and makes the resell ataaif

    It behooves us to endeavor to Leep up onr 1 had expressly l declined adjudicating or even Department. The U. S. Marshal !!i ance, which betokens a fixed purpose to agitate !f fI and the preservation of ourselves, and those thus":
    j in Saran
    '
    friendly relations with l.or. e-xrrcsing an opinion on the question. I give :I i and aggress until the sun shall rise and :
    I whom }toll dear the wisdomof I
    It is useless to assert that the annexation of f ;you the I language of the Court in the case i ii nah} having received his cue, was preparing :i: j set without looking on a this we as highest Hoa'c Democrats mig
    ,
    I 114
    III
    Cuba would not iifvolre us in a war with i following 1 the very words quoted hy a writer} at the last accounts to pounce on the "Fili- and 51'c.1 all may, whether! through a Southern Conren'hn j; Senate, 9 12
    something, it vain conceal l
    Great IJriuin. The Government has evinced! i in the Sentinel in support of the decision, and 1 I but tti0a" to the number of three hundred, ,I proves i i: : or otherwise, suggest and devise.This ."- j I

    every disposition to supjircss; any rtt-npt on i askof any canuld: and reflecting mind whether I who it |from our eyes. In the language of the Georgia I was the pledge, and the only one ever J4..nt Ballot 123 ;
    the of the invaders and moreover this and was supposed, were lurking about I j I Federal Union f It all that the i 1 1i I I
    part it was' partial imperfect extract-this proves s ii authoritatively made, by which Florida bound |l A Senator is to bo elected place of
    his j
    n tUbject of camsst debate ia Parliimect, and I suppression of the trio sentiment and opinion: j diggins. Not content with ripping the ::i days of this Union are numbered, unless ajj 1 j Baldwin, free soil whig.

    it"vvas cleaily set forth that.n attempt on ocrjnit of that Court, when professing to give it entire i], bud of Cuban liberty ia: his,} own bailiwick, I I J, reaction takes place at the South, j herself with united front, to co-operate in
    to gain the Island, fehocld esariir be f fa either t to the Court he has strong I j the movement at_Nashville. Now, we
    Dec was jn- or right and I ; chnrte-o the steamer n.laKl by direction i iI. I rep:1tte RHODE ISLAND. Tho recen erection ir:
    just ground for a rupture of the friendly to the people of the State I the enough to quell the rising storm that threat- j remark made last week that
    relations |proper Says of course from head quarter, which :I wit e I this State gives 51 whigs to the Legislature,
    cxi ting Irtvrcoa te two GovernIt (Court: I. i : I'
    record of this and the barefaced
    pledge abandonment
    sailed the of the i and 5'2 democrats.
    on night 27th ultimo i
    It i ii that U chow We have said "csse : 'II
    : true v e to do what i that the assent of Congress j merge ne I .
    !
    wu right ia oppohitiou to the whole powerof was essential to the authorized transfer II' the J 'I I for the South, with "". II. C. Mill}?, Deputy :j t I Tall I elections at the North henceforth Te will bee(' ] of it by the other party, fresh ia I fe 7ComnodoreBarron deaL Itsdeoit.

    Great .Br uuu, ubea we were poor sad[ !recordsof Territorial Court, in suits periling :{i U. S. Marshal, and other officials on board., i the (their minds, to be sneering at what they are
    of the
    frlsndlete;" liut the Cutcss evince ro tsth i at the time of the change Government, i I in pursuit of the expedition which, ts reported ,i j i repeal Fugitive Law, and in two I[ pleased to term the "shirking, shrinking,evasive t. I I took place at Norfolk on the 2hhpril') ia

    disposition. If we Lad remained inactive 1 1Kpoa to the custody of the State Tribunal It i*> I!t is i ,'j! years from this time a force strong enough to ;| course" of the Democrats at the last; !j jj the S3d year of his age. lIe w3 the Senior
    somewhere the
    the of tae! of the add avoid that'j' conc'ntrtet on repeal the Law, and so amend the Constitution i I
    news stage Stamp j proper to to misconstruction, j Legislature, manifests a recklessness and disregard officer in the XlCJ \\.
    Ad: and ebonn no iarjannaicn to in do to 'i i coast. [\h".don't the Gon'nmlert en\ince i, to the South 1
    engage i i ice no mean thereby imply or express' as cripple will' !
    of
    llpeessl. j public opinion even unusual in t1lcsed3Ys j jj
    that Elrnggic VTLK b La Itteu c'e mew of (
    cbotPerir. saca cr..snd4e i ix irilhcid such absent, the Sta'.c i and elsewhere ? Are of : j j ( of political pro lizaey. It is not denied ,
    upon t s judicatures the rights Spain .I The South i is in danger from the i! i t Church, died at Washington citjoa ili: zl
    & nation, tie cvuid hardly belie;c thatI"r ;tcould acquire jurisdiction That is altogrth- of greater moment to the President than the apathy j j that the Whigs pledged the Sfafe to a particular lIe Sat-
    of ApriL was buried in Baltrrjre? on
    her
    the Union !
    in
    =V'Ulaki Its**. :rc1 aa expedition forJhe rights
    pcrpoae Vi.r.i!aces> r t<; ccr shore's to pointto t j 1 Court Reports. ? sovereign States of this Union !''I' efforts of aspiring and unprincipled dema-i |they backed oat from their own pledge. urday last with great pomp n.ij rcoOD!.

    os the tK-eeesxy of renting i to Not having to the this ] I'I I II
    great aji access only copyof j Re1\d. one, and
    you preserver With what
    then be Cost the ltorl.sFair.11IfJ.j
    ootrag upon our t'g.u.0 she waited until volume: }in the place, and but recently seeing! I In the! mean tim, the authorities of Cuba gogles. Let the Southern i grace, ; can they flaunting of Going to
    I e arise in New York Tribune i is calcclsi "
    in the faces of their
    Are ourv4vts put our tJiouldc-rs to the wheel I i it elsewhere, must be our apology! for not haying arc S:1i to be terribly alarmed. Tlie Charleston 'I f polle !;' opponents charges j i giving sane
    slid jrorfaisitd to die world that we were a taken an earlier notice of it. I Courier has advises from thence late i their majesty and punish the men whO have'': evasion and shirking," because at the last !h; tioas as to the expense attendig awttc

    free cad independent people, who were deto -1 i iitn It is with no ordinary feeling of gratification as \ dared to add bsult to injury. Georgia has i!i I Ii i session they did not see proper to repeat the j! theVorMi Fair. Tee co 1)c I u iou it cornel

    iursd eubtcit to the abuse of a tyiani-} i, that we have found th.it the extravagant propositions I as the 22ndp1l We quote from that I appealed to Massachusetts and the world in
    alt ptwt''cs no oo t'r. France teeing the jusjpahizing contained in the Innl"rnrit.r case are paper : I behalf of her ri She used threat but every i i FareJ ng and returning in a steams.K.1'a't
    no Gratuities '
    I ht i j! and turn in it had become familiar as household I to servants on jtearacrs. .. .."
    cieeyf ow cavP, with us in ours without the authority of the Supreme Court .\ great deal of excitement exists on account expressed her determination to stand no long-+I' 'j R:i'npa.i Eire to London and back.BoiirJ ..,,... ., 14
    %+nwgr.ttt fiw pt t/i.,tie Lal'ayette to render] of the United Stltegls they arc of nil the of the expected invasion which was reported -I I words. in Li-ndon f, r week_ ", -". ,, ...*" as
    ariht I1Wil1x we#', vl$* cb oar own nobleness cf i J other Court, of the United States K. O. would take place on the 10th. Up to i i er the systematic warfare of the North against i Hack Lire (look out.slurp fir the driers) .... j 15?

    r Mit, caiW! fur ** the hands cf chival.cuBjeopl !I the time of the Isabel's no-news had[ j j the South. Has this appeal been heard !- Wacissa Navigation Company.A Amusements. e3C''nvi i mf*, tte.. . ." ,,. *

    *. On the tJbr band, Cuba remain ]!i Arrival of the Asia. reached Havana that a landing sling had been ef Has it been (heeded I lAbs! party, the expectation I I meeting of citizens of Jefferson Conn- Fare {rum LuaJoQ to Paris and back .,.',.'. 4'J IS
    .
    i IdI*n a week in Faru .... .. '
    '''
    inert and iudoll'1rt. FIlQugJ New YOEK, April 23, 1 P. M. fected. from i _
    jKirfeetty opprcsscd i. Despatches New-Orleans are !
    ; of hungry hingers on, to feast on : ty and vicinity was held on the 12th ultimo
    with injury and i.isul, the makes no effort ,[' The steamship! Asia has arrived from Liver- said to have reached the Captain General} that I ftl.1I
    to frea herself from the galling fetters under'.I, pool with dates to the 12th inst. She beings13G00 t the exjKxliiion had sailed, consequently the i j the spoils of power, has disarmed this solemn i ; at the head of the Wacissa River, for the purpose This i is as small tae trip t211
    amount
    whose e:crow l weight she j is WI ithiog. She ,. J. sterling in Fj;'ecie. II soldiers slept on their arms; horses were kept[ !|j appeal of its moral strength, and been instrumental of organizing a Company for the improvement ( I be made for, and any an one interring a. M nw"

    rhows no i inclination to assert her rights 1';' Cotton had declined $ on Middling qualities, saddled I, and the entire army and navy' were !| in kindling anew the devouring elements of the Wacissa and Ocilla Rivers it had better ad130r cent. t. tan! rtc:, '

    the point of the sword, and cither to cstabHhertclf } ![: and on the better descriptions. Fair 1 p. I in a moment's warning ready for the fight-j of discord." 0. II. Gadsden was appointed President, and I. tiou.-Baliixtore Srsn per,

    as vo did), a {roc people, or meet a lands, 7j ; Mobiles, 7J; Urk:1n,71. Thesales I One steamer is kept tem upon at all hour?, L. I. -
    glorious death in the defence of her liberty, of the welt amounted to '2SOCO bales, I!j so it j is said by some of the personal friends} of The \7elaka. Fleming Secretary. The followingresolutions Insurance Ca.\"t'-Tbe case of Balef q.i'er .

    her honor and 1 her sacred rights.! Fho liasinccd ; of which spectators took 1COO, and exporters his Excellency.II The Savannah Actr* of the 20th were unanimously adopted : Manufacturers' Insurance Conpany, { s

    *\ no such disposition, but appears rath i; 000. The sales on the 12th were 4,000-:111 j Spaniard was to }bo 'garofed,' on taemorning SlYsI Resolced,That seven Commissioners ?x? appointed litigation of five years has recertfv been (fi inn u-

    CT to prefer: tamely pubu.ilting to aggressionAnd : to the trade. The market closes weak j of the 23d, having been betrayed by I We have no intelligence of the WclaJca, !I to open books, and to receive subscriptions I ly decided in Boston. The Jcsrnsl S3F' _
    nn't! merely hints that if Tire Cotton estimated I of the Pilots which sailed from this city on Sunday night, to stock. (l1r
    tyranny some j crop was ,on accounts one Spanish as a spy of general j Baker's claim in this particular suit **
    X foreign pow,; d.l't tJie! ball i n motion, that :. signed by every factor at New Orleans, ex- Lorr.z. It seems this man had offered twelveDoubloons about 12 clock, in pursuit of the Cuban ex- i Resolved, That the shares in this Company about three thousand dollars, .*u. : rot dad'I

    -ho will then tke i up and use her exertions for! cept one, at a little over two millions of bales. i I 1 to the pilot, i lu would join the .I LoPEZ pedition. Whether she has c:1pturet General 'I''; shall l be fhct twenty-five dollars each ; that .I Ties on goods ou board ship )(OSiUt! from

    the promotion of her liberty. I I I Breadstuff! generally are unchanged. j, expedition, a!;d act as pilot for them. He received -I and his party, or Lortrz : his party i| subscriptions to stock shall 1 be payable by in- Barre to Boston, after a long winter p '"If

    A people J who 1 are too cowardly to rise up ,! Corn has advanced Is. Sugar and Molassesit' j I the money, afjd then informed the Cap- have captured her and her creim"oh'ed 1 i stalments, the first instalment becoming due of about one hundred diys: a of this 0t t !

    and assert and battle for their rights, are Iitf'cTir. I are in fair demand.. Provisions have slightly 'Lain General, who immediately had the Spaniard in considable degree of uncertainty. The prevailing -'on the 1st of January next. about 51,300 was proved; faTe ZI1orJ

    ( ? of the sympathy of mankind. We, | declined. Bnshiess: in the Manufacturing Dis- arrested, tried, and condemned to dw on opinion here is. that if the officials onboard In accordance with the first resolution the sea watcrand abotft $ ,: (rom moclJ,! i
    sympathy for Ilungar is the 2IJd.: of her catch expedition, the expedition 1'tVr
    too, f dL suffering tiicts is dull. Money plentiful.England Sc"a.a.. from of clioaU',s\ 1
    t She is a noble cinnij-le; of a hi;IilJ1inJcd and I j and France are tranquil. TheG'nnan .\ gentleman from the and one trill bo very certain to catch them. The following gentlemen were selected to constitute the hold and like change '

    patriotic reoplc l *, who have used every ex'-r- : question still in ftatu quo. Tlie intelligence who: has been travelling hbn ofbtt informs Wclaka is a very staunch, good boat; with a t the Commissioners, \iz : William HolHngsXvorth liar colors and dyes causes whit,h acting enter intof n.thj&1 j

    don for their own freedom, and it is tiuly larncntableto ', from Turkey is warlike. Twenty us tliat all over the Island the most anxious} light draft and good speed, and would be very D. P. F. Newsom, Robert II. ribbons gloves laces sriis&" de- .-J j
    *
    :
    have to know that they have been !i thousand insurgents from Arabia were endeavohing desire is manifested for the invasion of the Island useful to the expedition.She Gamble, Isaac Townsend, Asa May, O II. Pendants offered to w khc]t t

    t1nsucc.\sr 1. If our Cuban adventurers had ,: to effect a junction with the rebels at by the Americans, and probably the peo carried of our reporter, and }if she is Gadsden and II. S. Murphy. damage by sea water pay but denied '.elt fwb i ,
    really wished to display i a chrvalric spiiitand''; l'i"dar. Omer Pasha was concentrating his pie were never so ardent and eager to rise en not captured, her crew made prisoners of the claim the ocher &a.+ J
    to from
    udatlown! trodden and oppressed people troops at Banealaukin. masse and join the invaders as at the present war, we may expect to hear from her shortly. The last Legislature passed an act incorporating The ty plaintiffinsisted arising that the long s"""".".: .i'i i

    they flould! not have allowed HlC an opportuaity There is nothing tlsc of moment in the for. moment. Our Cockspur correspondent may probablygive a Company to be called The Wa a petil insured and that al< d+1. i
    unimproved. Admitting th.u : chin (We give these us some account of the movements cissa and Ocilla against,
    to pass ;t. papers. rumors as they reach us. Navigation Company, and arising from such long were e o -

    it was an undertaking of great hazard and! a- :| In New York.today Cotton__ has declined i. The position of affairs in Cuba is doubtlesscritical our C03t"htoRT this meeting was called to take the initiatory by his policy. At each passage stage of this fr-i3I 1 .1,
    insurmountable difficuljlien | and .whether actual ply
    tended with almost demonstrationsis .\: .-Tho Postmaster General has steps in accomplishing the objects of the Jury and tho Court has decided, twt .
    circumstances tend. : Coolest in .lfississippi.'The New Orleans in
    not is
    would nottliesc very J progress or a question-which remains wro
    Delta! The Canvass in decided thrt under the new Postage law Charter.* The Newport Times was not entitled to recover damages f lold
    ed to have enhanced the purity of those mo- iays:- our gallantneitlil.or j undecided. Every preparation has says : ?
    th'ubich would prompt men from a lot State of Missisirpi, !is beginning to been made by the authorities to meet too expected which takes effect on the first of July next, We arc informed that it is estimated that spots, fcc. ausing: from and humidity the fina,0\ J&jl>"t

    of liLt ItJ. nobly to !peril all in its defence r l le: quits} a lively one. GOY. Quitman has out-break." weekly papers only are entitled to circulatefree it will cost 8COOO to do the work necessarvto and long passage defendants; on1- fur.L.t su

    Tins} would have 'been the proper metl.od foritrfngthet.irg I'pei ko ;:ht out by the Southern Rights par- That little cockle of the where be performed ; that $: OO has been subscribed annual: the was to l iJswhich
    themselves by a disseminationof j! t ty with grat unanimity for the Governorship; spiteful shell, the Pizar- poste-in County publish and that there will be no difficulty in they originally agroed' PSIer t"
    ro, in its terrible wrath mistakes verso ed, and the office of publication is the the suit. This was a test suit many
    their principles. This would I have: beenj, sr.Geni' I Foote is strongly advocated by every obtaining balance of the subscription required .
    the means of sowing "the tends of freedombroadcait ."'. : 'flV journals the Union candidate. entering or [coming out of Havana for an starting point, and not county lines. i for the work." depending on its resu t.

    throughout the \voiU.!' It riouldhave Tin J iq n good idea, and we hope it will b' enemy, and seems to think that on it devolves The !t- The Snake; in Horse. Th* Cecil e {ED:'}
    I perpetrator of this to be Government has A a O..ta
    ought detained the
    carried oct. Gen. l otc hag made f t lpD'
    laudable ,
    ) been a undertaking and noble ( pledges tho sole responsibility of the Island that a horse ;
    saving Intelligencer
    "v North in behalf of the! of Mississippi : steam frigate Susquehannah to and off says pvley
    the people r
    lay '
    cbivalric: but sacrifice Hungary mlgut ]i at from the hands of the Recently on > Mr. Wm. Ridsdale, farmer, o, R .
    irate ranked as one of tho Republics of icj and we hope' he will have an opportunity invders A CCKIOSITT.-Barnnm, it is said has in the Gulf for the purpose of cooperatingwith became iU aaa died.

    earth. Freedom's broad banner would have I of showing to what extent he was justife says the X. 0. Delta, "as the steamer small quantity of tar suppose to have been I{ the Spanish authorities against anotherI After Wethsrby death, suddenly a living snake, 19 wewa bC i 11)1I1'I I
    of the r of that Falcon was coming out ofth*Port of Havana I left where the h, *
    bton tricmj-hiuitly floating from the towers f f, by the : ntitt of'J : rittlcr. I j:I attempt to invade the Island of Cuba. taken from the.animal's 1 stooac ;J

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    the conflagration that will explode amine Stock of Cotton.Cornpiratite Military Bounty Land. -Groceries Pette," Pickled, F Pork.

    i- light hurl tower of boasted strength Statement Of the Ieecipt of CotLon at CONSTITUTION: OF pounds! lli'ldlings and Shoulders*
    fytnn of to your the Purt at the Litcst dates.iai. Bull P irk. < t* "Q
    the Perpetuity to the four v-inds of Frc-cmption flIiitt.GEcERAL da -
    TPOfl of Union and liberty, '). General **
    Is:; Jjdaj-lfdly the Fifth Cured Hams,
    0p3iOflS da Sugar
    :: TJnioii York Heaven. A little effort now, will wrest it NewOnlcans.Api1 LAND Orncc, li hed in pursuance of. C barrels Xo. 1 JIaclen.1,
    Iitc&v received from Ncxv from him. To-morrow it will be too late- .. .' 18. . .30LS4I March 31, 2SI.TN of the Constitution.AN 2 da Smr.te-J Eeef .

    T lclr entet1ee : "You My the! Union late! Look to it in time. Texas .. .' 12. 3.IoFIrida. order that the liberal views of Contrrw, in pas- 2 da White Bean,

    w1 tii I wLnt ypu to fix a dcfi- too I never win and >vear the hat, ._. .. 21..lt4.533. ..152.053SMvannah. I sing the Act of:>Slh September, 1.5o. granii-g ACT to amend the & da SUp Bread.
    event"and then I will That may wish of lend. . 4'CI1aTletfl Bounty Lard to certain >>Seer* and soldiers who Article cf the Constitution ot ( Cofrvf,dc, jut recc-ired. r
    ij for tii} white hat it will is the most earnest your ,. 4' have been engage in the Military service of ihe Uni- to amend An Act & ROWLE3, Auctionecrj ic.
    ;;t ,,rod.bnim !" SOLON UOB1NSOX. -. Carolina,. 12. II,39. SIO ted Slates, may be carried out. and every expense to Clause of the Pifih Article 15 [Sentinel i
    te, roa Will you lake tho bet Charleston, April f, 1831.FrvM Virginia,. .. U I. : I10S6. 8,330 the Warrantees he avoided bS far as pps.ible in obtainirtg this Stateand adopted by
    ,ctt; t3t' vi'ihnp'ortant as it appears. the benefits ranU-d by the gratitude ouiheir General! A* so a* to 1 Groceries.

    Tti JJi'of'mcauiiiS. It means that tier5 the Pentacola Gaxlle 2011.461 I,0S,223I,8O3,23 country fojr (ailhlul and palriotic services ; and al Judges to the People from New Crleaaa per ScLoooer "W -
    Northern cojJe, has in the the same time to secure to the hardy and enterprising 1. Lett enacted *
    There appeared
    ** of the j EDITOR SEnnO.N' ;
    Jin. .
    '
    ; .intcntlis settle* oo tl)) public Land, the frnit of their nrprctentatice* 3
    t-'.,l., 'VjJion: t-o strong it never can be Mobile and New Orleans papers a re-print Increase in Receipts, 233,223 indu-tr) and privalJons ; the Secretary of the Interior Ida in Gtncral.lsnentlty G*, Iien Butter, *

    : "r"t"I It means that nil the talk about from the 1'aulding (Miss.) Clarion, headed Erpr-rtt to Foreign PorU. has directed; enth Chine of the Filth( Irish Potatoes, :
    r the happening ofceru Tragedy" which, if permitted That public notice be {riven mall settlers Public of this State, and also an Act Driorl AppU '
    in rase of (ireen County if To the latest dates, . .. .1S50-51 l.S34.11f. LamU subject to private entry, to come forward amend the Twelfth Clau-e .f old Rye \YLiskey, -
    otFen-escence calculated
    (.IaU?; nothin but tho to go uncorrccted is well M .:. .. 1810-30; .1020,612Incrca and file their Declaratory! statementswithin thiny- the Constitution ol his State, Rice,
    if1 cveflt" as't.' that nwu of sound not intended, to deceive and misguide the day alter making; their settlement! and improvement the Circuit Courts shall hold S a 1 ilackcrt-l.

    f ? r ? n even- other enl.jcct, cannot public; mind!, to screen and protect a villain, =e in Exports,. .. . .. .. .. .ri34101 ? a required by the Pre-emption Act of -llh term of eight years, instead sale by A. IL FELKELL. ,
    'vvjeflt t.ir k-fore them. There is .1 mUt'ru I robber and murderer and to cast reflection September IS-ll.so as lo secure their pre-emption vior," be, and the simp are !. 15
    f! are willing to bet t The named, DANIEL rights, and prevent interference by the location of to read as t follows! viz : That
    They i the innocent guilty person ti. We are authorized to announce Never.
    CNVP. upon Now
    lhe the one or
    tr c warrants in October, in year
    1ire I tVHifrderacy oftlie United States i in that article is not Hardy"-no---but it is Mel A EN Y, E.qr, as a candidate for the office of And that all warrant may be. located upon the and fifty.three, and on the fust to 1**lxmg!t of the rab crlber, ur.mo-

    ? ;:1 rr..t; actitkr. Hone* it is Uiat the JOIN H. HAKDCN." This man, so far from ShrriiTof Leon Count at the election in October next hn1 applied for, subject to privateentry the 3d every si* years thereafter, two Wely cegroo prls. Approved Nc-w

    .; Of Conservatives *Wp quietly 'lnpmg with a planters wife of Florida, clopicd March, IT!, \\ithoutan atfidavita- v\bet her said the qualified electors of each of taken in pajcient for same-call on
    '"'" % 'v think) towerl'T mare tr WE: ere authorized to announce JOHN 1L land is improved or not ; anla'ler having been so located cial Circuits of this State one 151. 15 3*. S. KXIGHT.Notice
    they
    stolen likely ,
    ; finable (as for having a bugjry, a
    f ,, remain in the hands of I he reside the (
    aid shall Court shall
    : I Iidato f'.r the office of Tax A scssor warrants who
    RHODES can
    : J0< I'utHsreI' as n +
    I ? w'lJe tli0 enciNJ vvb', a f r..lenuid double barrel fchot gun, a negro Laid OJicer al test forty da>*. If at the end of may be elected,and continue This.
    '. I'-' ;? undatious.: It is a truth that! i boy, and strongly inspected of, and no doubt and Hector for Leon County, at the election in that time lhr e is no iuterlerence by those locations nf sit years from and alter the

    ' f ''''r',7 b'* ui ';s>ed, either hero or thore, did, steal S. OU in money, taking with him October next April 19, 1651. with pre-emption claim or -r\M-ehe warrants next succeeding his election, hand at this time and Trill lw w>ll at
    1 and
    Call
    ;:jii: of ail the and <% ili be returned to this 03ice for patenting ; but il under the provisions made in two famiL't-d cf nt-groes. poe.
    ' Vc-MUr'lllta! of Ul3 lltllation !! i in ins ignor.iinons flight his paramour, ( c: We are uuthorlzod and requested to announce there i ii such interference a now location will be the removal of Judges by 1S51. 15 S. S. 1CXICIIT.

    ''"I";,'4 Mates, though not open-mouthed jhor child by him) a worthiest female whom B. F. ALLEN, E-H]., p; a oamh'late fir the office of ma.V. And for willnl neglect of

    \ :ie : .'t opposed to the imtiluJ $| Su- lived with as his wife. This freebooter, .Tutlge " "'"j : :v. N"t one mail in ten can be this savage beast; ill human shape, John U. -* where the land was proclitmed and offered at peachment, the Guvernor negro GIRL, about 14 year, of age,
    : \ toiera- October next pn'jlic sale prior lo 3d March, 1351 ; and where the on the address of two-third nork. New York
    : > rjo' t-iiiv atUocate it as even a Harden living in Santa Rosa County, : plantation accep
    . J > was minimum 'riceoithe land i is more than one dollar bly : Prodded,houcevtr. Thai
    do payment.
    ; : ;,,,! o>!' things, or an institution *1 Hou.ni, on the stage rod leading to Mari- To the Voters of Loon: and wen\-fit cents per acre, can pay in each, I heJitrtrence shall be stated length in ID 1S5I. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.
    ! existence. Ami known by the name of Slate sold f.r the < t of the und, and the amount JournaU l of each: .'
    :'i ;,i- r 1 temporary anna at a place Juuge BBOOMK haunc; ilcclinud a cundMscy re"IfPtidii between co ed on the
    ".T u.uk'is'fc; : fact, that a lurgo majority place, about 17 miles from Milton. Here to the office which! he at present fil! I have COV-reth by the wariant, eElimating the war That the cau*< or causis, Just Received '

    '/; : fc'u-.ory, and many: of them uprr Ito cnnictl on a little traffic in liquor, and in l bc. urged by my friends in the County without je- rant at SI ,05 per acre. No pre-emption reserved! to the rights tTa,ted atlAch Judge so intended to be in BUSHELS CORN,
    to lw the alieruitesection? admitted to hearing
    allow to a
    31KM1
    df41fleiOfl. to name
    & fercncc to iny
    ith more horror than ti"v hia miss conducted his unholy party 10,000 pounds Sides,
    :.hii|, icrs I.is absence ; announced us a candidate fir that delicate nnd rc pontible States alon ; the routes of Rjilroada or Canal vote for such removal shall ..
    : <. i-\il.! True iliere are a great mam business for him, a good one to draw in dar- pMtion.. Ii was not inv purjx).,
    t 120 barrels Flour,
    ut men who, notwithstanding theii Ivies as well as the weary and idler. He left zen after the recent IwMmval of yor.r Mt.S.Icnce upon arranl ee to locate I he warrant, I he applicant should ed on the Journals of each 20 Pork,
    -
    tttutiaa t they arc dispos'n Geneva Cofiee under the of}hi h >liucd cxcitcinnt, rleiznate the Land District, section of country, or SEC. 2. Jieit further
    county
    ,'ir f'-r tin' i': ,y liome and brought up at me, pressure jx he wishes the location and the 20 Whiskey,
    tract which shall conducted,
    be jv.'t tovardfc the South,because they,, Ala., and while there, John R. Chapman, to have so foOl nsrunilicitcd your Fuffra cs but tot made particular and where on the tract is specified it would be the manner now prescribed, 10 Rlononjtahela Wiisker.
    / rtcfnlly hipimifi. : ;
    ir iit: !'. apwd to the Union tipcr lisq., formely of Marinnna, bat now of Pensncola the eoMtnffneiI'McIt vrhr lias Ju'I'-c! IV
    I mit they ilo FO 'WR.I fl 11Ifl. Geneva his InPensaeola lf-.ired, that in case the trac' first selected and it shall be the as or prices
    Congress
    passed through on way offieo of JIe: ; of lVi.bat<>, doclii a rc-t-lcction, and they are ; in this place. Call at the subscri
    located
    $ lid themJ..il i.hal! hate Iven tdkt-n, the warrant can be to issue a comini-ion, under
    and promise to and while Geneva exhibited in hw uce.sor.This. .
    se-v.-iti v), a. at frien k desire to ]rojxo my name a purchasing eles here.
    my be vacant
    which the
    '", pnrtkinatioain die iniquity, uporK a tlore, iu which Harden and many others my follow ritiz -ia. \* an<>illc of tru-t nnJ r.1- upon without(ho l further firbt of delay.tn< ttbcrs In thee c-3 ma'S the affidavit? to in the the person Judicial receiving District in 155!. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.

    ,(ve fi'. onutnmty. Not more that were present, a roll of money containing upwards pfioi ibility) of the very first importance to oT the IVoplef ol Ihe applicant, taken btlore v ofrjce competent had. -
    rv witliin the! hun
    the an'! ciimf my prrv and for sale low byJ.
    l': !aj.ii of tlu'p' )1 l'1cif; *SSU3 W3S of &::)oo. The iK-xt day leaving for fisjtii.County If the frt'fi.icn an 1 voters of Ix-on e.'iIer to administer oath, that he is the identical person SEC. 3. Jle it further

    Ivift"t'je | pular vote to.dy, would vote I'onsacola, himself on horseback and his little mo worthy of tintru t, nnd comju-tcnt in Ai+41rge mpfitioncd j in the warrant, mut accompany the with application. the General Assembly shall( WILLIAMS ,
    The ruh-s must be complied Chancery
    Court
    or
    f.uvof. tuiititiuing slavery aaolher hoar daughter and son in an open buggy ; all the important; du'ii" of thf rfHw, I tl.ftik that I can wh.'rc application same by Ic'teijis! made lo tie District preme ions ot this Ccn5titution and Cot Hope, assorted sizes,
    I lit 1LV'S thst the agitation o this if it be to call eafoly pninii- if clt-ctcd tolicfu'.nidconottuitlyat iiijjmt. is made by Spafc! and Ares .
    V'M, ? i'i ti that day same man, proper Lind 03i : over dissolve the Union ll him was seen dogging after Chapman. rca-ly and anxious ua-lcr all circun taics IAi' the Attorney.Guardian, Executor, &c the evidence of this act, and shall hold Hoes Patent ditto,
    J ->.i can a man, IWn
    (; li clinrifc duty as wjl ax I kiwir lu \ Ovens Pot, Spider.
    that the \vritero! my duly ceitified, ol their aiithority toaci, tayst a'soacompn term,and be subject to all the
    mistake causes house in which Chapman slepl
    'lh. That night.the I have!
    liiiiJ l.i-i
    ,. compelled to vivit \Vc.ct Florida on s the eclicn Proridalh-nctttr, ) Youru? ToxmH-ruTs Sarsr.pnrilli,
    te itt r t na ..' tie proposition for tho Iwl (the door being on the jar aid no fattening to tuken tlJ'S! tnorj.* of iufirt.nng my fricnj that mv a t\ju% in apphraticn.Py 1st Skrtnn of the Art making ap- Supreme: Court .hall be ; Fifth, IlaltCTjDreast, Stretcher, and Log

    ".1 1 'UT cnni>>>: from tie! house of V. R. Ala it) was entered by some one unknown, and name H at tlul'13-ferviee. and will fel truly grateful propriati );r-s for the s-upport "( the G-ivemment (lor and the Judges of the Chains
    C'J. ci' New \ k, ns firm friends ai Chapman's money taken. John 15. Harden f.'r another j'nwf of h.T.in
    Soui'.rni: light?, and hojicstly! sap was next seen again ia Geneva. Ths and coiiSdcuce and suppiirt of mv fcllnw-citizens olLecn. March, 1-l, i* is i emcted llut no warrant for Bounty lature may direct. ? Knives and Nee-Ues Percussion Ctps.
    Ticrriectfullv, ij-'ipd u-ider the Act of 2>th September SEC- 4. Le it further MiilA Cotton Cards TLcrmometfrs
    I- ., u Ririiuiin ; .'->m, but Uer atiJ entire' other suspicious circum>tnces ltd to the arrest *B. T. ALLEN. IS-'i'i Land, or by virtiif. of any ohf Act ol Con re-1,, vacancy occur in either the *, Wm-ipM 'Sails Horse Shoe Nail ,
    tie posuaility ilial South ( 'a.rMIS Harden and at Geneva he was held 12.1K1. 14 theretofore and Cans Seat Chairs Willo-w 'Wa' na,,
    I ,!i-!' \ r- of ; April hall be Iftcated on any hnd wliich hid not Circuit Court, by death, ,
    '' *" > or thLt' *** Union will eve: in irons and custody, awaiting the aniv.il ol U-en bronghl i.-.lo rmket and then su'!,j jcl Inniivle otherwise it shall be the ( ', Tuba, I'ign Sieves, Trace, Brooms,

    !, .-, il u-/ier: nny ircun&tanres, or r.n testimony until one night he made good hi To the Citirens of Leon County. entry \ so that r.o Und can be l 1-icated nfid*! isu a writ of election to fill Sal Soda, Indigo, Glue. JLwlder,
    ; < \ : ,
    ; [; I myself a candidate] fui Js-VJ, tlai s' ; 5 a Tobacco, tail Road Snc
    bravado tlyleofthi :2F" reppcct fully aiinouncc the B-uniy Land Law of 23lh September, 01 nhall give at least sixty superior
    ; ii.'ap. llctca Uie escape. Nest he wr.s seen in Henry county the tilScc of Judge of Probate fur the County of Leon any other law jriantin:* Cous.'y Land, except thai clamation, and (Ihe Judge so and Java C.rffee. coarse Afire Salt,

    Ala., and at Abbeville, the court house o! ii October nextMarch w iiich had b >en nrorai'i! : > u and oOered fur sale prior cant} hal continue in office Adamantine, Star and Wax C-oidles,
    election
    is i t> srsurr contains soma truths no baid! county, there !I stole a liki-ly vounp at the totLeSdof March, IS'.J.J. ties un4er his" commission, Brown Soap, ditto for the T.iet,

    l imnd: rf ii the dull comprehensions o marc from John W. Harper, a lawyer of that 15, 1S51 JESSE ATKINSON.ifrc KUTTERFIF.LD, immediately l alter the final & Bit. Ten, Pickles Lemo'i S'-rnn p. Cisret,


    hcrifT! of the couisty: and a double! barrel JACKSON LODOE, No.l. this evening, at 7* cancy before an election can and Crushed St"jarvidi the usual good a**

    tans.c=. :i l". T rill taLc the bet, and name thiVt'litMi.'ur gun from conic< one else, and put out for SanItaUo <)Vock.! at the M.isoiiic Hall. Brethren in Notice. vi io"nsof thi Con 'ilntion, ff-nment of articles in the Dry Goods ;

    a, Florid.i. Pursuit was made by H.j good Ltonduig, vii5ii: time city, animiteiL Ornrr OF Srrr.rwr.7 OF STATE, ) the power to fill such Hats Hardware, Crockery, SadJlery,
    tip through tlie wicked machination1oft'.c F. Dizzc'll, of Ala., and getting on his tracl); ChARLES E. DYKE, S'-crrtary. Ta'.l-il.w. April 29. 1?51. f the percn so appointed shall( ? Trimnunsf and Domestic Line.
    j
    : vo>* eneuiiff that America ever had jlia followed him into JSaiita Rosa county, DeMolay Knca'iipment, 1C T. & M, and the Ap--) HIS Exrtllcncjthe of letters, Govern'-r>ctiii'ii*,, being 5c., ailing frequently tlie'appointrn'jnt in- (duly late of elected his con.mis-ioa and qualified. required(Conclusion to enumerate next veek.Fancy) Article
    of lie j
    or t'.ro'ili! tic- careless indifference :: j when it was ascertained that he had been to JKMI.Hnt Orders. Quincy, April 25, 1651. J JATTENTION. of Justices of the Pi'ire ha* rr-quoftcd meto SEC. 5 fie rt farther 1S51. 15Bonnets

    )1'St, -. is.s! the crary fa atic and vile traitor .the place where his miss and child were and SIR KNIGHTS!-A mating ot Hate that, by Tlcil'iti of the lat Geii-ral As- section of said act to amend

    11- ,.Cfn-uutiun they liave sworn to tupporf I; had taken them and left. About tins time .t iDcMolay Encauijirnont will be held at the CornnviriJ nentb'y, (!hereinafter puWUhf) he conceive1' tint the Constitution General ol this Stare, &c.

    '.? f..r .vJ 1 Li tJTortiaj: a repeal of the i'u Mr. Forsyth, of the firm of Forsyth k .Simp- *rk', iu tlie town of Quincy, on ) tridis. 12th power of appointment to the ofnce of Justice of tltiPiacc and fourth is i hereby aboli a general asscrtiaent of Ladles and
    the
    liie ivill Ixj formed at the s-rtind ol with liinx. .lie therefore a-ks same and Summer Bonnets, Strax and
    disfiil. The < Spring
    Union be next longvr remain
    : : .' Shvo Law, then will the of this county, had a negro to be missing May no vided that the General -
    .
    g'\ son, tale due tht this and Infants China
    ] the trumpet -Sir Knights will n"ice re- that the crosj ">ndits and npp'iiiTan'3 on Lind Flats Gents,Boys
    1. -uft t as sure as tha eim ia hearer : H. 1'. ttizzell came to Mihon and engaged ('F. and govern tIIfl'(1VCI acc rdinirly. The GenerallisMKiii. subject, fiiice many tlra adjuumment of the Lc i-laturc, will cnrtcM vote of the two ; Panama and Palm Leaf Hat, French -

    ::.ii i :: t u t'..' cani. Xothins bat the aios Mr.! S. L. Smith to go with him in search ol! Sir C. W. DOWNING, i charged with the receive this as an answer to their several ronvnunicatiuiv regular session, elect some Wreaths (white and colored.1 and 6-4

    nuv.UWtf: iiittjrjMMtioa of an overruUnjjnvr Harden. They k-ft Milton together, and al execution of the a'nive order. Bv order of C. W. DOWNING, which will JuJreho occur by cokred Floor Matting. Fans Paraools Pa- ;

    4tI rrovent that c'Utnii'.y falling upo;; Sparta they got such information as to beI Fir J. II. VERDIER, )L Jl G. C. Secretary of Slate.I of dt-r that ti.c provUion; may of said ii'p and Sun Shades, Bonnet SaJ Neck and
    N. CRAM Recorder UT.I. Slay S, 151.. tUck:, white and colored Satin Ribbons.
    the hads; r; tj! ; monilv of t iniquity \rtio \\iltlia I feutiefivd that they were? on the right track.jTLoy .- pro Na 10. ] herein above declared. tots ?a! ty HEIK & RUST.

    iif: nccoiuj.lLtltod tlioir holJish purpose next went lo Fort Claihornc, Ala., anci NEW CEEA? CASH CLOTHING STOSE FIFTH GENTR 1S51. IS
    .
    of Prolate to Usue Writs the Con' lit'itional
    .tlthongh the l.i\v is not of the least value l< hero they obtained certain information of Har1 Revolution repicin urines by _
    of
    i House -
    of Election in certain cases.RrnfJrfd P **pd the
    t'u aithoagh it has not restored onfu 1 dc-n, ncconipand by Us miss and child, ant rpjfl p.uo=crilKT ho ojxjnod a general CLOTHING. IiiS.n4f, and IIw f Jtrprtifnftirit tuiional inajjrity, and Summer Goods.

    Ki.o:, n f. tliou-aud to their owners, CVPItta 't'who! had the mare, the baggy, the douMtjbarrv1 1 and FUUNJSIIJNU ESTAtLISHMEST on by ftnri'lt in Gtnfral ..ItirmMyeonfi'tJ a general scrtment of Spiinz and
    Slat'
    JOT SOUth of It'r'. Lcww & Ames, V IUTC he i i-j notv ( (>f tit of
    Cit ifiiurt> than their value, yet I :i3 gun and the negro boy; and here tc a well j-olfoed a< (>rtnicnt of i-upcnor and Tloat whenever a vacancy occurs in any district Ne. Good-), to which we invite the attention

    turcymthat, if Uiat law should bs repealed he changed ofitwa 100 bills for goods, o opening fashionable READY-MADE CLOTHING suited t< in this State, in the ofiloe Ju-tice of the Pea-, AN ACT to amend the ? before 51.purchasins 15 eUewhere.HF.IP( & RUST.Clotateg. .

    the wiioli' SiatU will! look upon it as a repcaff the precise; money which Chapman had lo.'t the 8L8fl, o moisting; in jtart of COATS, VESTS and or \\lu-n the citirens of tuh county or district Peace have the Filth Article of the 19, >

    f the I'uim. Asa detennination of thNorth Here, or a little after thi', Hizzoll left Sntitl: PANTALOONS, of \arums styles, and qualities: neglected or refused hi to such t4cctJu-tiet--be the r1 to order, SECTION 1. Be it enrr .
    toba'ht tSe bonds of the Constitution hitc and fancy ool.ied SHIRTS. Ul qualtitSilk, Ju-J.'o of Probie county req' Howe of Rtpresentaticfi
    and from SngvilIe
    > riav'iOtiC.J
    homt
    and rctunjcd Xnrino, and Cotton Lder-shirt.*and Drawers; Gloves, aii flc-tioii to fill such vacancy, by giving ten m General! Jlssembly received i general assortment of Gen9! and
    ta: ; l bit tile Lni.m logeV.uT. Ala., a Mr. Hamilton ncccmpanK'd bir.ith to IL, icry, Silk and IJnen Han Ikcrohk-fs. St nks Sum in such dIstrict, ni-l tha ti-cti> t.> In. h ld at teenth C'ause ct the 1'ifih Spring and Summer Clothing. For sala

    Verily I tay uuto you, if that law repeal- the Chifkasaw country, when they were a- lucr Tiu, Su1.eiidtr'-. T.Ioncy Belt. Shoul.'cr Bracts, lie place of hoMbg Jn'-ticcs' Court in said district lion of (this Slate be, and 11 El II fc RUST.

    PJ. i i' v.t.ail !. n.'jrf snfe far a mat! i'i j these boat faty miles in theVear Harden, Ilamtltoa Pur'ei. PiK-kfct PH-I-S. Cvunbs Br 'hcs.tc. ; 'fRAyE1.LINU [Paed the H uie of U.-prt-entative January 25, amef.d as to read as 19, 1S51, 13Hats.
    have TP.UNixS. CAP.i'ET BAGS, awl VA- 151. Pased the Senate. January 23. IStl. ApTiAtftl bs one Soricitor for each
    &akh: whf bliouiii! PtiiJ cry pence, j a- returned, but Smith continued the pursuit
    24
    Llt'ES. I'MURI'.LLAS tocther with a large a'sort- bv the Go.cruor, January 1851.1Miy3,1651. therein, and shall be .
    t*' ici, L 1 .is wait, and not dissolve the Union, From there, on the route Smith obt inod ; of 17 It the
    all Circuit
    Shoos ic. of such on
    neck n,<-nt of Ilats, Caps, Boots, &. RUST are now opening sn scrttnent
    _
    tat a ?JUillioaevere! ; ; bound about hb the assistance of man by the name of .
    a which i1I Iw sold cheap f--r cji li.W.. the year one Spring and Summer Hats, ct the very late.t
    ai:i'Lerson ; in the county of T. MFICJIELLTL1ailaFee. Brought to Jail and every four yes- April 19, 2S31. 15

    No msaliere dire name the pos'iVilUy! of Marion, i ?.,atthe residence4IfI1arder4'! %.mo- M:1y S, 1R.51 17 tf l 4. TN Qutncy r' a runaway a negro r.ian tluitJ the General .*. -* -- u'.v'! -
    al of that )' calls hi* mine J.HJ or Arthur, ho say* he ahill receive for LI*
    l"ajn after the '
    ?v.'n'iiTtie: rej her they arrested Harden, first knocking him ; Just Received,
    CtK hw.
    Coots and Shoes. li.on'jrs to Mr. \Viibt S.itruer! of Thomas fixed by
    Jaw. La: the agitation of the question isC.kt1It down with a gun. Here they secured him as f"'pri'rl vn.l J -irgH Calf Ii..ot* : Con- (;rt. The >*>y wa* oii-e owp >d l bc Mr. Warter of Scc./2. lie it further FLORENCE BONNETS,

    ; 1ping; the foundation of the to\\- stated, and as the negro boy seemed anxious ,rr:1' J j'1E_ Calf end Kip Shoes and RrnraJM.t Docatnr County Gcorja. Tw owner is requested tO tions shall be held and .' China Pearl do.

    . Cr tl)1) ihirh you, Mr. Ca pnative, tiesliftkrpon are to return, Smith lot hin come in company i fc..Jut pe opened s. and for hale cheap at the New come fonvard, jirove proj' rty, ->ay charges, and take scribed thereof made by law, in, or the may Lace Albion Tuscan do.do.While .

    piag upon the very briak of loose. Smith had got near on to the Alabai'ia Clothing Stcrc. him away. T. D. WILSON, Jailer. law, for the election of Chip do.

    truc.I. State line, Green countsMis.., or W. T. MITChELLM:7 17 4t this State. French d*. a
    I. ; a pnrtioa of thos? >vho tignT ppihr.ps in Washington county, Ala., where f., 1651. 17 tf May 3, 1S51. FIFTK GENEHAI. AS' White Pamela do. "

    itioas: fr Ue repeal of this law, with D'-"is stopped, believed whore they had tikrnditicer Superior Green and Black Teas. Wanted.t by Passed the Corrstii the Hou- ot French Lace and Lace ChiJ da.do. -

    vcom; lftv their deplorable ignoraate and ; about two miles from this place Smith CASES FUTvrior TEA. which can be ncommenVL NEAT nnd comf-rtabiy furnisKed room and tutional m'jirity, Crape do.
    und: zcaL Upon the other portion his throat 3 Jlboard with ctable planter residing some
    rerK
    roliji a- was subsequently found murdered, BERRY & UOWLES. a ?'tav3.1451. Mis'es Fhts! ,
    LlrtoL wL'i, ja t one degree of hoiror greater cut rud b'' otherwise horribly gashed. A lit- ilay 3, 1851. 17Notice. where between .illahas-u-e of rcfircnci.ull and (Juincy. f be>r a given.-jjentltinan Mend and Bays China Pear Hat. r
    acd L-uIy. Bt Palm Leaf d->
    t.tan (tiic-ytio upon slavery and thive.holders. i th air from the road and not far from the Pleaaddi e P. i- A.at thi* O.Ha, stating terms und fine Panam d-

    Not ihstihoy are tfevils, in fact, but their : t.dy! near t i a creek or swansp the buggy hieatiua. May 3, 1S51. 17 or e latest Stvle iloleskin! dt
    work? an devliA enough to find higi! favo: ti .s ;rntirti; w.h;: one wheel! off with pome other A LL percent in-dtbted to the estate of Join 1.'nL SOIL OF sa'e by C. C. BYRD t CO.

    vith:: hi! moist hala.n5c?: majesty, to xvhosc damage-Imt the horses, Harden and the %. Mm, hitc \Ya.Hhington County the undcr.-igned, dt-ceasf 1, airlh'w j.rcrwjueteil Notice. riiit: undersigned, a 12, t5l. itGroceries.
    to ;
    *' to mukc payment the LuilJ- ot the
    'l'ior l.w" will Le received fir J. the part -
    they owe allegiance.I .'.11 again the hi-rt-by ci EALED proposals
    demand-* same, are
    neprovbru gone. having it M"ntic ll j, Florida, up tl.e <> tural Society, respectfully .
    I r-e It is time that the other within) the time prriU'd bylaw >., ing c f an Academy
    strong langBage Tiie }.up-s which published notified to jirt-stMit thm next The Building! to be CO by 55 the tolloviniZ PospeCtU4
    a1i tn. <-f the Union fehculd. I look thc thereof will \be barrel. : 2Uli of May this city, received Horn New Orleans, by Schooner E
    upon statement wi'.l please copy. or payment two stories hi li. of brick, and to be fiia-Jied by published that JAMES XI. LONG. Jua'.ifitd! Executor. feet, l be to namedssci.ition.. ,
    ILe mt deplorable) calawriJy "SANTA ROSA. of March next One-third to piiid bove
    the Crxt dav 6 casks Bacon Side,
    ?, IbJl. 17 8t will he
    oulefc: tUe American YeQJ'le. Yet:f look 'Wa'.iigttn County May Contractor Vihcu walls of the uir-t tory are fiuisjicd. The work C Shoulders

    Jv M. a iaoutable, unK-ss its friends i ii=; the Tvf.,' 9.0 77, ,.* 'A' anis
    ; tfcr( there the danger ti f not here,) ing of the New York Historical Society, asvo are daily! expected from CIiarle ll,,or.*laid, and the Udancc on the completion omy.all that concerns the 3G barrels Fleer, j

    ,u.V Usy llroiS language, and that without!
    ,, : ? 19 tlioie nicked :igitat'>rp, yon arc Major Richardson, formerly an "ilicor in ngagemc-ntu may be made fur them again-t their only a to the amount of bid, b .t the charrcter and Garden, the Orchard) 15 barrel* Mess Poik, ".'
    :" ;tors. aa-J unil the incidents Put ia tierces of ten bushel eaclu of the applicant House-keeper's 4 .' Dried "' .
    treat them as such you t'.c I>ritis>!i Army, read a paper on arrivaL up i UUWLE8. qudifii-ations with the int reU of Appirtr.
    HIP ire ?m for.n-CP. |is the Union of Any of the war of 1812, embracing particulars 17 BERRY A plan of the Building,with full pccification Florida.Px ?, may Pursuit 'if tire hud, 1 White Jkansv -
    3 1851. bcV-en the Po'ot Office, MoutL-cllo, 200 Sacks Corn,
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    aJB u. tc May at
    Xonh Tecuaiseh.
    Then let the Xorthlook3lts connected \\ith tlie death of attention. Rectified Whisker. .
    and security. 2y barrejs
    P -tijn. Ji is the little bsind oftouea.ati.es The Commercial Advertiser says: ""MONTPELLEE FEMALE INSTITUTE. Address>nd MARTIN PALMER, Cliairman Building The Soil o( lh"of 4 pipe Co:niac Brandy, ,
    rial
    there, that alone can tare it.adorns. 1ajur IL having been an eye witness of Female Committee. 1'dtago paid.tnniticolInApril.2. Ce1-supervision James M, i lto'hlandGio, .
    L lIE twenty-first Term of the mtpelier 1PM. 143< St Mackerel tc. ic. and for sale a't'aw.ati
    ,
    Soutli- described and personal
    Cannot your eyes 1 mot! ol' the matter a ; T Inttitnte'will cxmiinence on Thur-nlay, tie 5th two years connected with
    ccsf. A. II. FELKHLI .
    t nitlj): rjl j h cahu heic-bul it 1s th? fiiend of the threat warrior, his narrative was day of June next Notice. is equally distinguished on 12.1S51. 14 3t ;

    cdn: tuoipncedi-sifcc! tornado-the caIn: ot of more than ordinary interest, and commandi This Institution is under the superintendence of the Tallahassee Rail Road C.impnay vrill recwve Farmer and Gardner.

    !"'t-TniiiUoa, that I1 the eye of an in- i almost breathlets attention throughout undersigned, who re ides upon the fimt, and devotes a T lIE rouwaU till the 15th day of Jl.iy uext,for the most ir.Telligent will be assisted and by Liquors, etc. -
    and Ixsrlurcs. During They
    QJtej who to'hisadvanc- of and aVt of his time to Instruction at "iLe Sou.hera tcroiinasrenting
    lujii, hibtnnccs generosity j the Warehouse
    hassgivcab.ick He related of torsi! the practical
    ; many ; of the Diffcese, the among
    absuice, as Bislwtp received
    his next on Consignment hem New Oilesrs
    Popo-
    necc ,
    firy from lt July
    f
    ;ttl; he has reached an immovable: chivalrous gallantry on the part of the Indian Uev. Mr. llrag ha control s.f the Institute. of tine Rnad fir OflO year Wsehiu-.e pardtcly or bothtogether. Land. for sale at low prices,
    each
    M
    piLrn' ; an-1 then 6ay to him,one Et ) more chief, \\hica would have done no discredit to Eight TcaduTs are engaeil for the en Jing Terrain sals r.re iavitrd for reserve to tUemelvcs the Each number will & Demijohns, f gallons eatV.'cf Hennessv,

    'stl yrt: dj CVCJ if l m too iu the death > the kulght of feudal times. In relation to the ail.iition to the Superintendent, and a thorough education of.pjntiii The C.pany them j t, oe or more parties, as they size, printed with C!nrw' t; 8 Olard, PIPU, and Mwtrcjiat Brandy *

    tr9yI; : I manner of hi* death, Mijor R. Is of opinion (cumliinei] with retirement is. offered to iu the all 3Iiiy rilit deem wed for the utcrcaU of tlie public and llOII e aflO tar Innns'ieato annum, which 5 DennjoKu* Superior HolUnd Gin.
    f the Southern Suite* EnglUh per 5 4
    moof th xH\loA! It! The South fell the hand of ('ol. Johnson. young ladies (> Scotch Wilssey.
    to tiiat he by Misters are
    IJj Yocal {J33t:
    ilcsirwl ,
    if ic
    Fmicli Latin, b aiAl St. -J
    ia its bran.dies, own.Vr.po5.d addressed to the Secretary of the Corn ia 1 j rcs old Madeira PaleSheny, U4
    hat posiiiot. You never can crowd Such, lie says was the universal undemanding and In-trumcntil, Drawing ami I'aintinare nil taught and they may retain lien Claret,Wine,

    Ir:' 'wt another step. A repeal of that law on the night ofiho battle, when! all the circumstances by nvirt comjirtent instruct from }v gaud! Germany pan). 19 1851. 1* 4t [Sentinel.For ._ cent of all ; { 2 | casks Madeira Wioe4 ,
    it, a
    ';u bt. u watchword to tatnmon the entire were fresh in the minds oftlifi witnesses France, and the United Stitc April they prefer twelve nif copy i Pale and-DrkIrarnIy.
    )alition. with: to dispute the fuel "TERMS: Two hundred) ant event-ve dollar? Sale. any one ttm 30 tlezcs Scotch Ale, pin j* anj quarts,
    Pj as great certainty, as ever and he feecs no reason liuirlre.1 and fifty payable in advance, four names w0 four 15 London rittterpiaUaiid quarts,"
    .- fiery crass of a Highland ChL'flainmen at this late day. The question Who killed per and annum.inie hundred and twenty-five in January. Ko extra LIKELY an-1 nbb ue roa felloe ued to UK CCr *.Vi co boxes SardlnM.

    ) : to war wilh Lowland foes. Tecumseh may therefore bo considered set cliarges orie except for Books, Stationer, Drawing .1: Turpentine bu.in2ss--to be >1 J low K.N'IGUT.by the abti. ps 'a, \Villiim H." above articles are from a large importing
    S.
    t* Medical attendance. Vacation inontl.a, scriber. Soil of the South, warranted
    w naU-ji of the qaesUon mutt soon tled." Material-! or 15 VAN and are isenain

    tease, orihi, t-xcitod Ligh-born BtuitsofS.art.luia Major Richardson is known to the reading May end ]kcernbcr. -April-----19-, 1851._ R. .A. BERRY & ROWLES, Aacliowers, &c.

    cannot bo controlled he just, be public as the author of" Vacousta,""Ecarte," For Treasurer fia'tLtr psrtkularssppl of the In.titulo )m to Macon W. S.or WfllifonJ t ] Kcv, Spring Goods.rr J. C. 13, 1531. It tf 4

    -M nyie, iJtjlc Constitution as it is; and other novels. Esq Seneca, (J. Bragg. MontiK-Jier, Monroe County, Ga.- IIK: *ulHcril er i* opening tiv
    towadis3iiIa t execute that law, worth- fool (Post Office. Macon.) of Pri'< Gortnn-nt ofCroctcry. -

    Ie j will es-er be to her, and 'Ot1 iiy fl jiniioiz&-Fihiiig.-The act of a STEPHEN ELLIOTT., Jr., At, wliifli Le cfl'-j-B at very low prices. Glass[ and Stone Tare. -

    thU claun her as a tistcr ia the great family ot one specks trying to deceive a fool of another r.SL.J) iif tlif iJiocete of Gcoryta. _:Apt.! -:S.mi.; la JAS. U. QA IBLTLShoes. T nERECY caution liar Jward and Chitlery*

    States.I not always successful however. __Slay 3, 1651. 17 Ct i certain j rnrftw.-ry sails, Castinge &c.
    .
    One who allows his tongue IlamUetnu, for the Lure 1?, 1831. It .
    Fellow.
    Ek I do Stupid llul-ber OrorhoM just reccivJJ
    ; ilainly. but truly. not speak hours Notice.ALL T ADIES and Gents of Tom, for the sum r.f
    fren the of twenty-four JAS. IL GAMBLE.Aprils. .
    in
    retst course
    mire casual obsen-ation, or newsptperp some who wil persons arc hereby forewarned and cautioned eJ. 13Boots. duo the first day of C.BYRD & Co.haw jnt trcciTctl afinc assortnrent -
    p- I ha been *the Friends.-Your daily associates, 18S1. been from me I : -
    \e extcnwvely among trading for a certain prunuory NOTE, runaway cf dress prod*, rath us
    f. *; of the Southern States, but I am not a do anything but a&ust you in distress. given by the nndcrMgned to Uiam F.Johnson cr boar And btolcn.from me, anti EmbroidtrcU Orcnadlacs sad 'Musins.

    !- ': I" : fnn. All my intercut and conncxjre Low Crealurc.-A beautiful modert girl, whc cr, paynble six weeks after date, dated nnd executed DOZEN Piiir of Brtnto latent Shank Foobi..J L'.ctoa. and I will not ?,lilies LaVna and LVrn e Dclanes.

    i., the North. 1 love the Union for 13 too poor to dress in Ilia extremity of the by mo en c.r alxmt the Cth January, 1851,. for nine .l1_ April 5. lt.5l. IS JAS R'GAMBLE.Plows. pelled tu do so ly law. Muslin and Iricb Capes and Underlccvc,.
    hundred dollars, (c"l>'.'0.) its the ansideratkin fur whid Apnl 19. 1851. (TUb '"IX Cu"* and Collars.
    T'"SS il capable of citing for the fzi&hion. said note was pen IAI fciiled-proprtty proving tcIje : -r rt- A fine assortment Ladies Children'.
    'bote |.,,,uan famj, .. ,f it is i to be (IisAever.cd Old Maid.-A lady who has attained tin unOUnd-flTd I urn determined not to pay thE PAST Srcps is SJWP. ind for sale it JOT ". Pan!'<,U and Ladies Silk Umbrella

    it is the North Uiat: "ill! do: it. The South age of twenty-four or five, uSthout laving $arne, unless eoropclK-d br. lav.Coun fZ OU f\ rates. JAS. fl. GAUBLe. g CASK Tcryrtr-rior Gent Boots and Shoes cf, a rariv" C t Stvlej.

    & !t yoir MtionJ fo? & at your fire. married a fool, n kaar?, n gambler, or i i AE3 RAU. April, 1S51. 13 I April 5, I51. STf551t Uv ? 4..,
    p. j t+a ,rrdy Fizej iira4 t drunkard* y, FloriJis 51 iy S, 1851. 17 ;t

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    Jefferson Circuit Court. George G. Holt and Miller Goods. :cgal Uncrti5cmrnfg? STIMSOH &
    George Spring
    .flcribtau & Journal.KVCRV Xtw Y rk, New
    1 y the Jrlca
    ) became purchasers from the ApalachiooU )J nil._
    IN CHANCERY. subscriber U his osual exten-
    I now receiving ,
    -- jdnatbeseTevthdayf April. 1SS$, of TilE loth and fancT, In the Circuit Court of the State of Floridafor riONNECTTNG with the and .
    Pal timer Executor cf John A. Cuthbert dec'd. assortment of Goods plain L/ l'ibte IBQIt.t
    JUi.'G.TEIUU certain hit of Land in Leon now W in Expresses brta-m.
    PrJiUSIIIn SATURDAY aairstiatzesCadsdenEitzwilliam kulia County, adapted to the reasons of rrin and Summer which, the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe Sew tbe T ;
    the State of Florida known as Svctrtu rixwcu'aadseventeen Mainer lIampooalnN'. ,.t'nDm
    Eyrd,llard the widow for taste in *el Tting and \irtue in quaEry. will favor- :
    in Township Dumber tLrec and County.L't Rhode Inland, Conntrticat.Lcnrer
    & uth CHANCERY. ,
    ; > with similar South- Canada.
    stock in the
    and heirs of Jobi A. Cut bbert,deceased. 1 ably compare any
    y51
    described State Delaware
    East
    on Penhaniz.
    THKCC DaM.ABsperannam.if paid inadrtnee.HKCK and it Range ooe as a map of vaid Clm'peny' all of which are offered at fair market price William E. Williams, 1 1anIar.(D ::1
    nofifto ct Complainant appearing lands made by William the Culumlia Indiana. OLii Iflzencrally
    R.1lapkw. at th or
    AND A JULr, if paid within six nontrs. UPON at&davinomy satisfaction that defer. Iants of nineteen hundred and twenty and Ladies Dres Patterns, (all the Styles.) T*. t Dirorce. the Misxpcipji .nd w
    \Cari. i
    if paid until the end of theyearJJ ppce Dmntt.tlat -t fa4Joos: ) Alabaaa R ,
    FOUR DO'Lul. not Willums )
    Fifzwilliam BHd..aU reside beyond
    James Gd4tn sod dated
    executed their three notes the said seventh day anal the prominent places in Ge i (
    and
    -These tei ins will be njridly adhered to. nd the limits c.( the State vf Florida the one inulh ofApnl,1tS, for four hundred and eightv dollar* RibbxjnS Gloves. Laces, Marcelirea, i TT apjiearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Our fcolm are 0 extentre az the ,

    no paper wiSlbediscontiooedantilall% arrearaz-tare s Carolina aiJ the other in New York so that each, Cur part of tLe pTnxLat* money, payable with I>;Ck4h.Embrtiero l Miulixrs J- dirt that the Defendant, Ann Williams reside cad secure the safe awl ,te.rr tba. t.. if

    paid ualc> at the option of the publishersSub. the ordinary process of ibis CGurt cannot be served I interest at the rate of eizLt JUT em. per annum in Scotch Ginghams, BFk and Fancy Silk out of this State, and in the State of New York MI Freiykt, Trvrt P **, qvdij TrIJ.OS rJIIC p' 4
    ,
    ribers -tI be received for three months at One them French Plaid Brown Linen motion cf S. R. Solicitor for the Complainant
    : npon : I one two and three years (rom their date respectively; Mallory, from one end of the.cocntry to the other
    Dollar-ix tnontl' tat 1N. Every order for the It it therefore Ordered, That publication be tr.tdefoi I the twoa1 ILmt edofwhidinote:thfW payalote Nankeen Festomi IVmu the n>.t remote fol4Dt4. 'and .tQ

    piper out of this county mast be accompanied with four months in a new>paper published in Tallahassee .. in two and three rears from their JX remain dceand A larre ..-' of Fancy Calicoes It M OrdfrtJ That the Defendant do appear and From our many jeaiY experience in tie
    Marlins
    the h anleti! the Jer tbrr.neh cf car FSoriJa: said defendants Gadsdmanl Printed Lawns Printed demur to C Tlft
    ei ot cotaes any requiring unpaid with tie interest: answer, plead ur DpWnanf.on or bnsLoeM while craiieeted with Mcn. !
    regularly authorized tjtents in the State. Byrdnll plead answer cr demur to the Rill!) I And wherea, the said Genre G. licit and George A great variety. fancy articles selected expressly before the first Morxlay of June nut otherwise the and our numcrotn advantage* in other Adaai AT..

    cf Complaint on or before the first Monday in Sep. Miller also became the purchasers from the said Cunpany. for Gents the Ladies Clothing cf all description and of the lateststylo same will be taken pro cofto: Provided Publication the least e.f whkh w the cncfidence aad rwj* !'
    ft.mhior nfrt : I the seventh of of : ( of thw Order be first made m seine *
    ADVEBTISEMENTS on day Anjnt-t, 1S59. Scti.t.tiw of Gent's Laditr* andchildren's newspaperin the New Yorketmmuiitr) we feelarored5aa af
    Prodded A cf this Order be duly published! A oinplete a.-j-ortnient ,
    copy in this State for the term of three months.
    1711 b.inserted at the rate of One Dollar per sq 1Jaore Township three South in Range n>e Easthinsi bet fonr racntb herf itectfrd to tbe said ;
    prior '
    s> in both side of the TaHahaK Rail January .,:]851.
    twelve line for the first and fifty cent for eachsaVeqnent Road which runs anti straw Summer Hats from tbe celebrated 1 our friend the Jewellers Backers and
    first Monday in Stptunb-er (lbl) nn t. said tectiro. exclu of that JOS. B. LANCASTER. -ota t
    insertion. A reasonable: deduction through ve part thereof be- generally | .
    Waroock fall assortment of
    March 1S51. WATLES BAKER, JoJ e-tablL-hnieut of ; a
    29
    will !>e made on I# al notice estate not ice, >'earIf ; loogirxr to Lewis AlILrood. extending to one hundred Perfumery. Pruslies Combs, extracts, :. Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida. We bee'. leave to caR attention to our CaIifonia i
    A true cop-\tlect. soaps
    notice without alteration by per ocs Latin; C G. FIFE, Clerk. and seventeen acres or tLereby less or mice. in the hit a.
    regular accounts v i'b the flfficf". April Ib51. 14 4n North east corner of the same ciniate in the said ALSO-A full stx-k Groceries, Crockery Ilard- Orleans and Mobile.OfSce tai

    All announcements of candidate for office, FIn: County of Leon and tmWll"1l1Itl map made by ware and W l ':" and many other articles] which State of Florida. _St Charles Hotel Eel e. _

    ooLnas-invaritbly in a vance. No attention Notice. t William R Hopkins, at the price of nine hundred and are needed in this market "j. M. WILLIAMS. LEON CIRCUIT COURT CHANCERY. and 19 Wall street New York. ,.

    will be paid to snyoidertorauaGunceent,3ntSs! j fifteen dollars and twenty-five cent, and executed February 1.1SS1. 4 >
    .April 5. 1S51. 13 William W. .
    accompanied with the cash. 'I "( LL pers*r>s, creditors and legatees, entitled to I their three note*. dated the said KHh day of August, Cheevcr ___

    All reiirioos, rairnaze, and obituary notice pabli .tt distribution cr otherwise interested in the estate -I 1S39. for two hundred and twenty-eijht S2-100 dt>lt Summer Clothing. r*. PREMIUM COTTON GIN:
    widow and administratrixot
    Erockenbroozh
    -hedersaito..lv : toot editorial notice* fcr pri. ct Thomas J. Toa n nsend late of Jefiersun County t I tare each for part of the purchase in .iey. payable Ellen A. T.TA'.UR & CO. Pr
    B. CLARK has received from New York William 11. Brockeobrough. d-ce-ed prif'torsofthC
    deceived t just L1JcyBrockenbtlu E (
    hereby notified
    Florida are to exhibit
    will be charged advertisements. with inter -t at the rate of e-wrht tt IncibusCotroa Gin
    annum.
    fate beaeSt I per Manufactory,
    I 't.J't"r .c1. of Arthur S. Brockenbrouch T1.M. fcatetif
    their claims and demands within two years from this in two and three from a general orlfent cf summer clothing < 'UilrxtiO:1
    II one, r their
    I date to the undersignedor the ume will) be barred years : rlf'tin.ly every variety and styie, whicn will be sold! ) on the W. Brockenbroa, Get re L. Brockenbroush i announce la puma an41be P'iaQa
    ; hich
    ; all of M notes n.iaain due and with
    WORE : unpaid, ttroczhout the
    term Cottt-a
    JOB generally
    I and all persons indebted to aid deceased are re- nu.t rea: onah5e terirs, at tIe v\ ell known slor.n George S. Hawkins and Mary R. Hawkins, his i grrwirg.

    We are well ?rer ud to execute Job Wcrkach '[ qopstfd to make immediate payment to my 'llfboli.I I the And1.ert'l.C.interest: the artx-le f made Monroe Si,. ferir.er! occupnd by Clark k. Slilitnan.AIJ wife Thomas W. BrocLenbrou and John WBrockenbrough 2ion. that they ate prepared to *or plj J1 .

    at bill.cards, blank*.pamphlet &c with neatEt | zed azect and attorney, WILLIAM BUDD, at M n- t by f acmrm-nt a tine lot ct Cloths,Fane ard Black Doeskins, ,infant children of John W. Brockenbroozh of their celebrated PBEMICM Giss.

    aid de patch. All work cf this description. ttcello.! who is fully authorized by me to settle the i with the said purcha.--rs. it was e.xhires.ly azreeil an-1 Ca-htnarettes, Col'd. anJ wKite Dri lin;. Dnp'Kte: deceased, Lucy B Maxwell, ElizabethV. Where these Gins bate been nere, lIltd. i il1r-1
    underst to.J that if the wid : Cu'l
    .,
    Iia'i in? yearlv accounts with purcha. to pay White and Marsailies Satins and Maxwell Cham- be deemed unnecessary for the
    except tor eoni said Fancy Fancy SilkY Maxwell, Simeon Margaret anl1laCfuter.foflr
    the office, cuat be paid for 01 delivery. hate.If.LSY A. TOWN5END. Adm'x. I' either of said nvU-s as tley respectively tvoftme due, >tlnc, which Le i is prepared manulicture in pun Sims, widow and administratrix of William a word in their favor, a.l they feel l cotfidfst l tbt.
    the said Ctanjiany s-hall be at lil..rty. on 21* ? thirtydays chine* have ben bmn rlt to ocb i uttt'i
    JerTirson Cur.typriI12, .!. 14 Sra such a canner as to \ lease the mc&t fatiioui.ALO W. Sir., deceased Martha Mason Sims and Far- l.lbt
    notke in in TalWjft&et! their wi'.Sin
    a gazette puhliL'ed to I saptmor performance TPccedtb
    i iih Carter.
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    TOWLE & HYZRS, ---- re-sell -Ail land: or so much: tbtreof n.s will l*. MaS- preferei-ce t"aU! t t"rT c.;.. new in g.sati3facticn .. rc .
    this ,
    I Notes Lost. 1.\ full a? croenf cf Shirts Drawer*,Kid and Thread appearing to the satisfaction of Conrt.by .
    nat to die sum dn? and evn>e at pubic! auc- IT ot tho"e woo Lie net Qtdtle
    Jewellers
    Watchmakers and nay !imes. Collar, IUlf-Hoe, Col'd. Mu:liD and Silk aQdivit made in this cause, that defendant Cint
    :1 the rcote frcn CalifoiniatoTallahassee, tkn. at the rUk of aid purcha- rs f'T the bcricfit ofMlii and are unacquainted with their rrpBtatieo.n *
    er'ice'fp. LOST CI.n! Hdkts$ Boots, ic thur S Crockeobroul1h,Thoen Brocknbr\o2h, (P.o.
    TTAVING procured the notes ol hand one signed by Eli S. Lester.: ansi i if need only) that the FIK "
    : 11 foircerU ofirnsci i I Comjony : any surplus rem un after pay- AriL 3, JS1. 13 tf Tomas W. Brocken'brovgh and John W. Brcckenbrouzh prietors say T Prf' ,t|
    of Mr.LLE. fir dollar! !, r.Ylbl to Edmund Smarter awarded to them far ie
    ; seuentyC j I bj said notes co-t and expends the same .b.\lll.e infant children ol John W. Brockenbrowgh, have been lEST GI nj
    ". tht'> are now prepared to bearer, dated Januaty 3, ISI>, dee rn the 1st day of ; their hibited at the State Fair: l.ld
    paid to said purchasers c-r leral repretontatives: .3t tine R-K.TTnient cf Bleached] and Brown Sheetings deceased, and Famish Carter, reside ont of the Stale great at "A-IatiGe:
    execute ail: work in the above line, with promptness I( January lit?, and credited with .12 Wen Ihe'lst !; and in case of any deficiency in payment(if the amountI :1 and Shirtings of Florida bE'lond the jurisdiction cf this Court but ria: ala* at the Alabama and Gerna Agricaltau;
    ar.d in the mo>l satisfactory winner. To our frierdat 15-19. One note of hand signed b Wn C. held
    which | January, I due on said ccctract tl( said pufJr" or their rep Biea.uI.ed and Brown Linen Drilla. in the United States ; and that defendants, Lucy and Mechanics Fair at Coivslu; and at t I'
    distance, an early attention to all work for the sum of $59 23, payable to flood & Fair e-f the SMith.Ca hta
    j jWlt'r. resntatives shall be held liable fr the same. I'bn Brown and Gras* ]linen. Brockenbrougb George S. Haw kin* and Mary R. annnal) lGstitBe! It
    jaav be forwarded to w, will W eiven.TOWLE Fester cr bearer dated February 29. 1 S5J. The Cotton eianed
    payableone said Charleston. en tine Girt'/l
    1 hare
    & MYERS.Setercber2Sf And whereas as purchase faOel to pay Plain and Striped Cvait day after date with sight per cent interest from j said notes a Ijereinbtfore recitt: a and York Nankin. and Administratrix cf William W. Sims, deceased r. ", the fr't Premions at tie exbibition hid"a

    1SS._3*_'f January I. :JSW, till 'aid. All) persons are forbid I Now the aid Company in pursuance of the provisions CottfTiacVs .:. and Martha Mason Sims reside oeyond the jurisdiction : .. anSomnh Carolinaard at every FI nrhers

    Towle & flyers, trading fr said note Application will be made by of aid azrtmoiit".and by connt of the parties Jut receive! end for sale bv C.C,BYRD d CO. of this Court,tut in the Western Circuit oi the samples if Cottnn from them have been n ibilflf.; (

    the undersmed bolder of taid notes, to establish !! will cxpu-e the sail land* f-T sale! at auctLn at the 6\lril2. 1S51. ItNotice. State cf Florida : Tbe Proprietor have in their possessien Bicefons .
    on hand, and are now receiving, a new and them according to law. C. H. BLOOD. ____ fren Planter Cotton
    certificate ,
    HAVE Conrt H U5 in the City of Tallahassee, on the 5th // u therefore Ordered, That said defendant Brpk'rJ,Ccm.
    .
    a-s>rtoent of GOODS CMwutJLgcfGoM April 12, 1 5t. 14 -It 1 between the )hours I mi,.ioa Merchants, and Mirnfacforers iI ., C
    of .
    Lecr Hunting Watches, day of May next lit o\-l
    God! Anchor Leer daStiver Bounty Lands and Pensions. 3 P. M_ for ca h. to pay the!iute, due thereon aptoinfrdizoc Towir, Esq., Atlor- and answer the Bill of Complaint filfd in I Goods, testifyin! that the perf"rniasce of lbs Gin,
    1HAVE the fbro
    Lever hunting da tritli iiiUrcst, cyst;. and l charges b\I.fthii l"1V.DIV .:enl arid attorney, this cause within !wo months and the defendants and samples produced by ca; nQt be 'lI
    ; .rranjernentswitb JOSEPH DELAHELD, ) business cor.nt'f'ltd"ith residing the limit the State of Florida celled by any Gin ever caDofa tarf"d.
    for c.f all beyond ot
    Anchor Lever do rHEur.dersiiiied.bavir.cnii. toe management
    Silver "
    Trust<(. I orders;for Gin,. given either
    in All t
    \g'ct heCityof LEWIS t .ihin-fQur tnrfr.iD
    Lapine and common do CURTIS. j the =etUneat: "IIt.t' F.o'tle of my deceased husband: months from the dale of the publication: (
    Genllemtn' and Ladies", Bo-otn Pin!,aceneral a'- Washington, and being now provided with the : :iahLa..Aee, Aj'ril 5, 1S51. 13 it William II P.rixrkenhrouzh. cl this Order, or the said Bill will be taken for con- or local A nts or forwarded to the Proprietor,by
    I I
    arrroed and requ-ite forces, mil: attcr.d to the collection (esred ajain-t fhfra. I mail will always receive promt atteitticn. Gin,
    ELLEN
    Ear and Finzer Rines Gold Guilds and UROCKENBROUGH A 'mx.
    of
    tjrlniest : cf Chic by of fcr HouutvLand will! be *ent to any part cf the country and .
    powers attorney Notice.
    .ind it it Ordered That of wir
    further ,
    publication 1
    Keys Fob and Vet Cham Seat l'J. Gold and Silvei: April 5. IvH. 13 4t satisfaction.JOS.
    IJinaoJ "laics fcr Losses kid Service ranted to give
    reiiciliGod Pens,Gold and Silver Spectacles; Gold United months after dite. I shall apply to the Jodze this Order be made in *,ce n,w paper pat>h.bed in DIT70.V

    Sleeve, Collar and Bosnm Button, S.her Pearl and I upon the States Government.OiEccrs SIX ProSite for Gadsden County for a final settlement New and Cheap Spring Goods Tallahassee once w etk for the space of four nontLsJ. Anat-
    151.
    c and soldiers; of the war cf 1S12, or c.fan Columbus, Ga., February 5. 5 ly
    Card Caw Gold anJ Silver TLinWes, fiu* ar.d Itt the ctat.of' WAYLES BAKER, Jude, &*
    jshell discharge m
    of the ICJnUti! since 1790, are entitled to Bounty Hardy brpII sub-cribt-r IJLS jest received a new and well- -
    "'aM. Silver and Buffalo Combs. Lands under the late Act ol Corp-ess. Fcr services ard, deceased. E. S. SHEPARD. Jm'r.GzJ..J TilE et((k cf .ff'l ar.l.1iuo. which the public 20ta March, 1S-31.: Notice.

    Also, Frrucb Mantle Clocks, Table Knives. THTnu.PlItcd rendered, moderate II en C'-untv January 11. I31. l rn are united to call cad eiuiuiae before they purdae.It A true rop\-Attest.OSJAR .
    a ecnpetsaticn mill bet
    Silver Wage, Silier Table! and Teaspoons A. MYER5, Clerk. undersZTied nav inz mace sane new amn e.
    and ----- - -
    Plated Fork, Cr-aia and Soup Ladies t charzed, open deliver* cf the warrant or the amount P. P. LEWIS con-l-ts in part of a general assortment of Dry Bv HUGH ARCHLR, Jr., D. C.March22ll. THE in his basines-s re oe-ti al1)' perMia.Jebt I
    Spoon Gf.Js, nic-t l .- fuJ f. tIle Ladies well i
    CQll ted. D. P. II OGt"E. r.me <:u: r as In
    > fa
    Plated Wurers, di o. Tea Set., C.*tor*, CandeUc'us. 111m ;d to call and stt up are le will l pno I
    Dentist Tallahassee
    Local Florida.
    thunful f.r all!
    G. W. HUTCHINS. I Gnrie-Szr, Cr-rTee. Teas.
    excio .
    bit goods
    Silver ar.d Gilt Girandoles.Alto. I brk, bat sell *very fey cash erprcuJuce
    s"lar Limps March 59. 1*'1. 12 tf T) (X>MS b the new bcdldipz immedi- Tubacoj. Cigars Candles ix ap, Uactn. Lar L Hour he
    State of Florida Gadsden and d.-m it aje:
    fine doualebintlled Gum, Shot and GiceJli I -- County. by so ; wm to :njt
    _
    1 ____ __ __ !
    and of the best :
    : iaTfly Eu.-t of the and
    Post OfSce where Liquors quality-C'rockery, Stone
    Porte Monnie. II : the lowest livinr price, which betrrni-r do
    .. and Fl.*k .fine pocket Knives. ,
    .Middle Cifevlt Florida In
    | II; Bank of the State of I Gb Hardware an-F vf Chancery.
    Port Folio. \.ioh:1f. Claronets aid Flctes fie Ra- I I Florida. he will be (found unle pruf&sifiDallT 'II""are. -"1 Shoes and a fine and requests hi*old co,lt.n.ers and rther wi-hr.l;
    S' pteruibcr '. 1O. 85 i.rtmeiit of Men and floss Clothing-Com, Oil. SPRING TERM, A. D., 1551.
    zon. Strop,} I THE cn1L"T Laving accepted the appubt-. enza I buy low. to rive him a call lie! hz CD hand jxxlas

    Bet quuty and general zsnrtnest of Perfanery, .fC.u1uv.nd uid .r the 4'Ji Kxtit>n cft Plousli-joint and Heel, Straw Cutters tc_ rtr.eat fif Shoe?, Hits Cap Ihnkrtj,Cottoa

    te. &e. TOWLE Si MYERS i }* act of*Le Geiieral A -eniblv t t If tie State entitled: I! Superior Liquors. all of which for cash cr punctual: )payers, will be soldununflv C' and Woollen Goods, &.C., A.C., fir fUll! and plantation

    S f.leoeer 2S, :5p). -5 i An act tw urj.ste a Bark ia tlx; City of Tollascrijxkns -: PIPE 1jJV.ri..r HOLLAND GIN, Io'. James Nicholson a-.d William N. Averitt Executors Us**. '

    ; Lase. apP""t'Il 2tth Jaiuary. i";i. t. rteive rut i 1 i" '.' Canilli Jlmndy THOMAS HAYWARD. Malcolm Nicholsondeceased. Eltw- J
    CARRIAGE REPOSITORY to the Capital 5t/oCk tf th- state Bark fFknda. J" JIadeira Wine txtra quality, March 23, 1851. 12 6t itt, Administrator on 'be estate of Arabella Blew- 52Notice !
    '* itt'deceased, Burrell Hioson and his .
    Mary wile
    hertbr ;.-.'e notice thil mb-cription wri- i M pure Port Wine,
    BY MILLER & BROKAW.I tbs Lr otortlnita: ; tl* Capiul Stock of said Bank 1 bbL Iri-h Wli-k'y. a verr rapcrior article.In Per Wm. R. Pettes.Is et al., Defendants. SIX cent1)? alter date I shall app.v to tie Hon- I

    I rj'/ii;'
    : iC'rt 1f would: infcrn thfirtr Rum the fuit day cf March next The said GEO. IL D TWICK. ju-t received froa N. Orleans the Court that James Nicholson, William F. for letter cf final dlszussicn; as AdEiriiintor of lit
    'TiE I A Terirt, and Wiley Bit',. .three of the Defendants estate of James Blacklidse! late cf n!Crnndt-! l
    1OCaki SiJe
    C&d ? .t anJ <* patiic in general *abtkns to.be acctcmpacied with twentspcr cent. Ft.'tlft ry 13, 1551.: 6 P..coo ;
    in said Bill reside t.f the Sta'e of Florida ceased.
    : out ar.d
    1 rft.., t.tIt' recen.i a !u:snppl) cf iLe -rctive anx'. at ill c-Jd IT hilvtr. The 10 do Sisu1ders,
    el C.in.a'* and Ull;gieS, which tbercStr bix-ks of FuWriptkxi tu be kept'ojn.ii ftT the srcce ofeixty NotceSIX 20 bbls. 31ew Pork, within the limttscf; theSateot Georzia : EDWARD ELACKLIECE.A It is Ordered That the said James Nicholson 25 Isol. 3 fn
    ,
    Janoary
    for tale: Oft O.e CKt rea-)naoie i tent.s.: Perfonwi day anl if at that time more than the whole months aft .r dato. the urJeri ncd, Administra 120 do cuperfine and extra Flour, and
    hiag f) b l} are reqjeTt-c to cad aad n =iDe &SKKLX. of die stock i4 jund to Ioe fub cribed, the en- I 20 half M b. St Locis doha William N. Averitt, Wiley Blewittappear and
    of the e-tate of Walter R. Blackburn will Notice.
    ,
    said Bill of
    according law
    l.reI an Complaint to ,
    wer
    thir ttl'\dc. O,. 1 It': I*Y''. 41 tre crock will be diided tLe subscribers 5 Leaf Lan!,
    amotg in I Knt his final accouiit and ruuchcrs to the Jud e of Probate otherwise the sice shall l be taken fro cimfestost nccth afterdate. the undersized will prf-
    r their ib 20 Keg do.
    rrop-jruoo to ; cripioQ3. SIX
    Tax Collector's Sale. I JAMES KIRKSEY, of Jefferson Couity, and ak for a discharre from 10 M.l Iola..e. ta then: nt hiS accounts and vouchers 10:e HotlonDI.
    i MaJ e-tate. Provided. That a copy of thi* Order be pnblted Judge of Probate cf Leon County, a* / ljtli tntor
    B virtue of the power vested ia rae by Uw I t JNO. W. ARGYLE. ELIAS LASTING 10 Sack* Colfte, once a week for the space of four months in the no the estate cf George W. Hsrrell!), Ute of teem

    ba;e :levted: upon,and willevpcs.* to .aIe.be2ure | DAVID C. ARCHER.CllllimW WILSON. .fU'T'. February 1, 1S51. 4 (m 500; bushels C4">" Floridian & Journal a newspaper published in the County, deceased, ar.d apply fvr a gnat dlsclarjtrroa
    I JAMES T. 5'X) Bran for COTTS.
    pounds
    the Court ll.j d* -, in the u* u of M* i-cQ. 01 citv cl Tallahassee within, this Circuit. lie suciJnlitratl or sasa esiav.BENJAMIN .
    the first Mo-KSiy: ofone reV, tt th' usaal fciors nl I ROBT. W. WILLIAMS, Notice. For sale low f,r ckBEzRY J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJre.JOHN BYRD. Adra'r.

    rale iu tbe hiiiie-t bidder, the loUuctirg
    Land', ly in rand being ia the County of Mi3Uon, I TalJee, Ftb. 8, l&51. 5 [Sentinel ci IX weeks afur date, I *Lall apply to the Ilonoral March 22.1S51._ ,11 Svlicit ani ot Counsel fr Cooplaicasf.
    --- -
    ble Jude of Probate for Gad-Jen County for lot Notice.
    }1na, I"l: I I Dress Goods. A true ccpv from the rt"Cordtti'if..
    TeSEoftheEjof Sec 2',T 1. R G, Sand Notice. c tcrs of adminUtratkn on the estate of Thomas G. Collins R. C. LESTER, Clerk. : ncnJh after dte. I shall make replication f

    }:.. at tb* property ef J. S. Patten-on to pay the months after date, I shall apply to the Judge I late of said tVyjloccased. JUST received pe/ Bark C. Wynns plain and print- March S. 15-"l. 9 4n SIX Kcsor.ble Jcdce of Probate n and for tbs

    tt\f aT dro .sdae ou same for the car 1S45, '45, SIX Probate cf Maduoo County tor letters of dis I 2. 3L L01T. Bare e Onrandi, Silk Ti.-u p-rintcd Jacoret .' County cf Jcfft-rson for letters ef dscisica i and

    *4?, .449, and J.Tr.cNjAiheN. mission frcoi the adminijtritioa of the estate cf March 29, 1851. 12 Ct and l l"id } !:', Plaii CHtid and ChamlrayGinsliam State of Florida. discha'rreai Executrix of the last will and tesiicext .

    W 4fSc23, T1fl.fr Daniel Flinn drcu td. plain antI printed La WE*. Eroca4 Ti-sue MIDDLE CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY. of James JL Hart Ute cf raid CScnty, dec'd.AJK .
    tiles. i.e-, due frotu 1S15 to 1S50. S.UllEL'tILLI -nlc, Adm'r. Farming Implecients. Shawl Jenny Lmd \" ., Laoe Cape Collars, and HART.CrcntT. .

    Alsothe El N E J Sec 11, and W i N W | Sec March 22, 1S31.: 11 6m }"ORFOLK No. 2 Turning Plows, Buzzard Sweep, Cuffs together with a great variety cf fancy articles, | IN CH.\ CrRY. J.fiers'in FeHrca S. 1.513 fa

    1?.T 1. n 9. S ud E parpHttng to belong, tn J. J. .> Bulltoruues. .'ixe. Hu*, Spades Rakt-*. Forks .1 to which we uvrite the attention of the I..aJi Archibald! Fail and Ann Baie.the wife of nid Archibald

    t derwoo:. rtat >siuthere''alroCT l5lo is50 Law Firm. msheltrs] ,srawcutttrs,l .nJI"nJ.Iurr 3IiHtoiK-s, HEIR 4 RUST. and John .-., Daniel G., Sila P.. Elizabeth Plows. Plow Point, Bas &c.

    I THOMAS M A ANDERSON Wagoner's J.vkcrews;Trace. 1***. Fifth ai J Prea-t March 22. IE:}. 11 tf Miry Ann. Margaret. and Fri"ce C. Hoie. infa&t \'I UR4ltSThavejustreeeivcdsoodLrtment -

    Sheriff a-id ex o&cioTa\ Col. ladion Co. BEARD
    ::ornber 30, 15'). 4" Cia all the Couru of the Middle Circuit of 1 rectived pnj f-r sale Iv Groceries. tl. I I Hadea. Scythe BLadeS and CndlA II

    Florida Office in Tallahassee. McNAUCIIT i ORMOND. Council R. Allen and his wife SczsanEaa Alen. and :I FeFi"uarv1.lM. 4 f 0
    received
    Bark C. Loaf s .
    Wynns to\.r. ,
    per
    r A. B. CLARKE, JOHN BEARD.T. NewTX-rt, Dec. 2S, IeZ,". 51; t!: JUST in barreland half barrels. Ro. Laguira. and their chi ?!. Finetra Seed; ard her hand ;I rW.G.tLDAVIS
    W. BREYARD. SbetEelJ.WiPiasi!! H. Ailer.!; J h Alien.Jeeer i ,
    (roRUJJl.LV Cl.RJtE 'TILL\? ,) Bryan < .
    Soda
    Pine
    Java Cojfce. Tohavco Crackers
    -- AppleHK I
    February 1. 15I. 4 tf F. Ahea. Laun C Alien: Scsacaab Allen. ATTORNEY AT LAST
    the interest of Mr. Notice. cn j ,
    pvehaed ---- ----- : SC, &rrm and Adamantine Cindle*. f v sale low

    JiII'VISG! ia their old busmew, can te Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company I OIX months from tla-. date. I shall apply to the by HEIR i RUST.re)2.131. Jc ha C. Allja.iid Tbitzi Ann Aiieaaad < TT.*5 fit3 up hi* bod> at T !nah ffald: tri1
    .
    ," old Hand on Montue tol rt't'l. I of Louisiana. I".J Jude c.f Probate Gad-den letters ) ) 11 Daniel 1 McRaecy.FT j JL prvtire in the Courts of the Mid2e j District
    Cour.tyJ appeiricc to tb* siif cioa cf tie C.- Tt. blffiJU1'
    he will receive in few days from New Yoik .
    where a been for the J i=3 cf Frmkii aad Jackya Counties.3tarch.
    appointed Agent above Com of di' .il-iof1 from the adtuuixitatjonof lie .
    HAVING tsale .
    I tbs tbt hinrila
    SeeItia'd
    itffieltt Corn Oats and Eae .3 r
    cf the cn.t comoete: <>t HtaJif Hay.
    u
    one it I 9.h 5Q 9 _
    pw? deeming lUllle" ary to discuss the, i of John B. Dun deceased.M. !
    ber lAliicd Bryia S3v*:;*;d. dj ivt tessde ia
    and Gentlemen'i Uodt
    tnidr Clothing Fancy
    i importance and advaiia< of the mutual insurance, I .-. Dl'RR, Admini.-traJcr.! .rrn A BUSHELS heavy white Cern .
    this SjaTe. bvt in the Site cf G orsii, so thai ..roCc"S Valuable Plantation for Sale.
    mUKt't.1811. t-IIl"r..la-.olt. .
    c.ff red thu a i
    e er in ] \tould soh'rit the CadsdenCointtJnuar !J\J\J 2f/i Oats, j I I II
    rep.ctfully coa-i.lerati
    ptuk"pe b, I1):L 2 6ia
    rent of }French Engtith, and Belgian Ciotht, ', of the citizens of TalLtlia&eee awl \':ciJ tt'.n,. inf. r- I ) 50 bae! Hay. ol 'uti pan.a: canal .e served tpce :1.\0: j I rpHE PLANTATION wberecB the late Jia Ej I
    It u tktrefere Orderedt Tcir said defendaat"*,
    !acnni Fanrv Doekint an Cadtnere and I'flrti
    a>t1 Figueied Silk. Satin, I subscriber. S. McNAUGHT A ORMOND.Ncwprrt apnear Lake Erie 44* of 1rja ic15I
    S. KNIGHT. : of t coo:s irg vrta, i i'i
    J tlt tlg'"bich Le is prepared in to tnanuiacture at November 30, 1 I 50._47_tfJU5T i[:OF run LATE nun OF BULL & rRAToair,] March ::. 1 i:1. 11 answer within four the BiB months Complainant'from the first publication filed: in this cf caase thisOrder I'i are cleared and under eulovatioa. On t> .' !
    the tha-te nonce and the nnt approved style.
    I irif. "ni- friends an.1 is comfortable frame DweUin Ilocse ritithe necewary -
    rm -
    tliepublic j a
    The e."tC'\m.1ni'y senersli:* are respectiuih requested received and for tale) bv* 0. C. BYRD d Co,I iTOtLD. has taken the "-:ore lately ceu pied; Flour, &c cr said bill will be taken for cocfes ed apin- I out hordes J". This Plantatka pcs< *
    t, call and examine uy stock[ bcl lore purchasing e': c- i \'b1!. No. I. Mackerel I Ih m. '
    L and adj nin? the More lately many'advantages.as It adjoHi the piney.d&T'
    BARRELS fanJlv
    -t Fiver J. WAYLES BAKER &
    bere. Tallahassee l J'2, 15O. 40( Judge .c.
    < er 20 1,1.,1!:. Fine Flour. occupied by Bidl t IVatoriu here he will \\e pke.edto j I 160 : ra.k1ice. A true copy-Attef, the farce 3 very god for QuIt and bs. Iie5e :;

    20 tacks Pao Coffee. ntu-nd to the call at,l want of tL-'it-e "ho may b* Zo barrel- Potatoes O CAR A. M'TERS, Clerk. Fort ami Georpa Plank Road will pa. x st iJa 400 to

    Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. 10 sacks Java Coffee. dlj><>-ed to 1)atro'iZe him in his lir.e cf bu'-iiie 5 r"rkin l_t Go-ben Butter. Mzrch 2"2, IS5J. 11 4in 6 00 yards of the dwelling and I think_.!S< a>.w g

    JUST received per B
    supply of R'tdy-mndc Clothing and Sad. 10 bbl*. Brown Sugar. tfVll-&tltt'ttd titj'jHV: of ( ", ".. '**;//"rr', \\sttHgt,, McNAUGUT & OP IO In Chancery. and when this Road is completed, which i da! i'G

    dlery which are oSered to the tuhlic on the men: 3 bbls Crushed) and Powdered Sugar. Fancy GovJs ; also, a yfnTpl anort'/ient efR 'I Newport March 22, 1 51. 11 tract to be tore by the 1st of Jsnuar ISStw
    IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT.
    reasunible termt. hEm & RUST. ufW best Panatilla Segsrs. EA D Y-JfA It E CLOTHING, h __ ___ Plantation on the whole line of the Pod till sopta i

    I October 12, ISM. 40 AprJ 12, 1MI. 14 All. (If"1Mb: I hatter raypelf_, are equal. in style an l Pork. Lillfvr Pertitio and Ditfriluttv ff Ettate. it for conrenience 4I t is now o5red 3T.at I ;
    -- Alexander Scott Administrator of Aaron B. C. Scott bcrsain. Perms desiroca of will pi'* i
    and that"w31 purchasn.
    quality, quilt a* eJteap ail others be ,
    I any O A BARRELS Me' IJ from Brig Ura-
    s landing
    Notice.SIX I New Stoves. fiiund in this market. lIe will give rtutis hr attention O\J nus, and L-r csle byMcNAUGUT deceased call on Jo. ph Cfcaires, R-q. who will *kttrtiwlawL i

    months from 6*te,the undersigned, Executor JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor. to his busine*, and liopt-s he will merit a HbcrJ AORilOND.. r<. Fo termr, it apply to Bis at of reaoeUV '

    the last will) and testament ot Cz William, : Air Tight) Stove ol the most approved uat- patronage from the public. Newport March 2:. 1951. 11 Da l.E.Y. Scott and others. Fort Stransburv. Fla

    d t'ea.cf'd, late of Ga4den, County will apph' to the ferns and l.1tht it) Call and Examine them. November 23.1850. 46 tfPoire TN thi cause it appearing from the allegations of EENJA3IC BiRDi i

    Jadjeof Probate said Couvy. tot a final discharge T. WHITE CO. ---- Saddles, &c. JL of the verified by affidavit of Complainant, Jantarylb,1Sl._g tf I

    and settlement! up from said estate. September IViQ 37 tf Sulphate of Quinine. lUST received a gt jd a <'rtirient of Saddles Bridles that Ikf!, E. 3!. Scott. does not reside in the
    SAMUEL WOaDBURY. E,-C'utor. I State of Florida but baa fled to unknown Notice
    THE TRUE MEDICINAL subscribers have on band two hundred and a, Mtrtinsrale*, Girths, Sur ncles, Whips, Carpet parts not tde ro
    Gad den County.September 21 l, l>50. 37 6m THE out of the United States: months after date.application tiI b J
    ounce CJf Sulphateof Quinine, which I Ihej 1 Bags, Saddle Bags Trunks Values, Harness and. SIX
    COD LIVER I OIL I have obtained direct from the manufacturer, and String LJ-atijcr, Coach Lace. nuu:,., Cloth Buggy It it thfrrf OrJrrrJ: That the said David E. M. Honorable Jndsre of Probate 4 JteellCfl e

    Notice. in the ot Scrofula will it 113J' Scott appear and answer, plead or demur to said Pill County by the undersigned. \rlllc itntJr nGfc
    USEFUL cure Consumption, they warrant to be a superior article. -", Buggy Springs 1'IIArr.es.] Horse and 2I1'
    IX moalhi after date.the undersigned will make : Asthma, Bronchitis,Conzh*, I We hare .enlarged our tock of Drugs and Mcdi.cines Mule Cijlar-*. For sale low by on or beLre the first Monday in June next or thesame Em. deceased, late of said Coitty fj disct

    S application! to the Court of Probate cf Ixon and all disease* of the Che--t ard Lung,. A supply j by recent an i vals,and are prepared to execute Mardi 22. IS:l. 11 HEIR A RUST. will be taken for confessed as to and set from said adtI1inistl'ate" ip. }\L.
    al t this valuable medicine i i" received orders lor articles in line down for hearing ex parte: Provided That this Order CHARLES L.
    ,County for letters of dismission; a* administrator just which i ii our at hole.ale or retail 6
    .a
    bc estate ot Joseph W. fA-I. deceased. warranted pure, and of very siipcriorquality. on the most accommodating terms. Bagging and Rope. bepuWi-hed for four months weekly in some newspa Jeflemn Coucty.October 26. 1S50Notice. _

    JOHN McDOUGALL Adm'r. For sale by LEWIS & "}fES. We have aUo a few accounts yet due to u! for I byell" I BALES Gunny ClOth per published in Tj.Ihprit'l"to said first Monday .

    November 2.19.:*). 136m May :1;. 1S50. __2Q_ ___ Tallahassee. 164& They are generally in small amounts, I )0 100 coils small Himp Rr>pe. in June. tlat uW
    but if the whole c"uld! be paid shortlj! i it weald go I Landing from Eng Uranus and for sale bvMeNAUGHT January. 8th, 1S51.THOMAS TIIE cnderMsted hereby rive notice *1j

    Bagging & Bale Rope. Sight ExchangeO far towards liquidating cemin sun-.r w hich we owe. & ORMOND. :BALTZELL, Jme.A \ offices will be l peuftxtLetxlcflcia1 .Jn"

    N NEW YORK, SAV. 'NAIl and MACON LEWIS & AMES. tree copY: busines-s from 9 to 2 o'clock, everf day.
    Gunny BacTrin Newport Mar-h 22. lt>51. 11 -
    Bales
    1 f for ..Ie. in sums to suit, by June 9, 1;V). 22 C. G. FIFE, Clerk. dav's except. &&

    JLO tup'u.Se.aI4and da THOMAS J. PERKINS Coffee, Sugar, Soap, &. January 1 185-. 3 4nx The nece >ity and propriety ofregularat1 ??Kjv,
    t 9 |M- Kentucky do, New Goods. hours of business in tffces, are recf5IT: .
    October 12, 1 SjI. 40 Agent Marine Bank. SACKS public

    50 Coiht Ilope.fo McNLJLcr 11al :br & OroIO D. OPENING a larze and carefully selected stock of 19 10 bun-els COFFEE.Stuart'* yellow Sugar In Gadsden Circuit Court.. law and usage, and are too obvious to req a

    Ib5 'eprtDeC.2S HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. consistins in part of Tea and Coffee F..ts, French 5 Crackers', G.l Will i C. W. DOWNING. SaJOIIN
    ,
    Ta Collector's l UILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house Coffee Filtered Pitchers. Candle Sticks t,f diflerent 70' boxes family S<.n, r t Attachment. BEARD, Caru d.W.
    Jefferson County Sale. 13 insured against less by fire. qualities Jelly Moulds, Glass Laitern, Cake Bue, 24 sup'iorTuncenft.&c. Charles A/E-erton. J Assump.it .00- R. IL\YW 6\RD. JI"'I7M't1'L A
    f -este m rae by 1&\\.1 1 shall Canuistf-rs and D. S. WALKE 11pJie
    tutue <> authority II variety of other articles which
    BY \ ",.e for nle. before the Court luu! edoor, in 25 1S50. 3 LEWIS & AMES. they offer for sale on reasonable tern.s. Landing from Brig Uranus and for sale by1tcX.tGIlT THE defendant and all others interested in the R S. HAYWARD, (1esp.. C
    January Agent., Tallaha'ee.Blacksmithing. & 0IU10 -n.
    Nonticello, Jeilerson County on the first Monday in Also on band a full and exten ie stock of Tin March suit, will take notice of the commencement February 1. 1851. 4 _

    Mtyneit, S-ction 21 Township 1, Range South Ware of every description manvfaclurtd hut b% Newport, 22.1&51. 11 thereof, and plead to th same according to law.

    and R -.. or flO much thereof as will pay and satisfy I good VI ormt'n,and at fair prices. Bacon, Lard, &C.4 .- A. K. ALLISON, Leon Female Academy-

    Maria Talitaro's double Tes due the Stile and ,-."=--".. HEunderpinned rf'tlpedfuthinforcl) Lead Pipe Snet Lead, Copper. Zinc and Cistern CASKS Baron Side, March 2!, 1831. 11 Attorney for Plaintmt TnE Trustees of the Leon Female .rJkml:

    County amounting to $ii &., side> costs arId chare's. PS5J5T., 1. the public generally that; laying Pumps fur sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering and Job L ir 2" Shoulders method of informing the bEe tbst .

    F Said Land are tt'uatcd in the *aid County of 'iiJenuployed a superior Horse Sheer he is I Work executed fuithfullyandwith despatch. 10 barrels Mess Pork} Notice. hare opened the above Iifc-tiraticn -sa kr the .

    JCffd'SOU&Od known i* the Carbour Hill Tract. now prepared to execute all work in that Uc.e in a T. WHITE & CO. .5 Flour. tenders of W. P. C ef South rJ.

    JOHN WOOlEN superior manner, and on usual terms. September 21, 1550. 37 tf -2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard ALL perrons, creditors lesatees, entitled to dls- which Institution will afford all e edV3' !
    otherwise interested in the estate
    Collector Jell non County. or We to
    Tn F. PAYNE. and refined educatKO. P t"
    thorough
    15 Wlai..kt'JllSt II
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    !November *:0. 43 Gm June 20,1$50. 25 tf Notice. Schr. of William \9)alt,late of Hillsbormigh Count j.Stat? such to obviate the oect" 1
    received per Barnard and for sale by of Florida, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit on a footinjr as
    Salt. QIX months after date, I shall apply to the lionI McNAUGUT & ORMOND. their claims and demands within twoyeart from this ing our children from home to acquire root"K"5I I
    A. t JtAXWBJ. JC. D. TAPT. __ orable Judge of Probate 'for the County olCadi- Newport, March 22,1651. 11 Term &mOfl of It*.YOfIIk. '
    date to the undersigned or the same will be barred *ptr
    TurkV Island Salt for Rale by MAXWELL SL PAPY den for letter of final dismission Admin ; die
    2 0 0 0 .t ORMOND. as and all persons indebted to the said estate will make 11ie rIM Cla. in 'which will be taug&t all
    ) cNAUNwpnrt.
    istratrix of the estate of William
    ATTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW ilcGriff, late of alsO I
    immediate Education,
    CHARLES "
    Iec. 28 ,18 O. 51 t(: said County deceased. W. DOWNING. pajmect.BENJAMIN bruxLes of an Eng&h .c 'v

    TALLA1IXSSEE, ILOQID.W SARAH McGRIFF Adm'x.Qnincy ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW J. HAGLER, Greek. if desired.&coJ ,
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    BO\JTS. ShOES .1ATS, AND CAPS just re February 8,1651. 6 December 21, :. 50 6m Tallahassee Florida. Sherifl aol ex officio Administrator. Ow-Spdtos. r..eMmg, GeorgiSP1'literal*
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    TampaMarch29LS.51. >l
    aDd (or sale bv 12 St Arithmetic English Grammar "f
    3T Office at the CapitoL -F- Ancient and iledera ***"
    GEORGE II. BEST1VICK. H. BRADFORD, StrayedkFRO tory Composition, "oa

    January 18, 1651. 2 tfBuJiel bTTOTiY AT LAW 1 the subscriber at Ocklockonee March 15. 1851. 10" tf Notice. tory, Recitationa, .\

    months after date I shall make Third CZdIf4U1t.inetic .P.eadingooW"ricir.g..uJ.-
    . ,about the 2M or 24th November, FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. SIX application
    The American AgriculturalistDP.X7.SH M.ad1ron Court House Florida. sorrel HORSE 14 or J5 hand the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the Geography, History. Engbsh mIS rP

    P. M? TaDahaMoe, will nweire nub January 18, iI 2 tf iiixh very thin and spate, with long '*,- and awhile (W SIGHT Ot THOMA8TILLC, GEO CIA) County ol Jefferson for letters nf dismission and discharge mar 10 017

    f'JT this valuable paper- tlaycar- spot in his face. Any information will be PRIVATE BOAUD.afltiingsjrludedatIo per as Executor of the last wilt and testament of : Fortk C? *7-SpeDing, Reading, Wr.. O 01

    IxniAd: rolun$5 f 1 25 each very neatly bound. Old PIECES PLAIN STRAW MATTLNO, thankfully received or if required, suitably paid tot Travellers accommodated -without Li- Ebenezer Folsom.late said County, deceasedAll Music ,. jo 00

    I ubmber can pay I>r. NiJuSOWS 10 5 CQlurcd" do. by the &ub riber.at Quincy. qw/r,a heap cheaper thin Cortni ell ferson herein interested are hereby notified ac Frend 51T ttSf

    KODINSON, General .\'f'lIt. For &' by C C. DYRD i Co. J., 1... SHIELDS. I*.. S3IITH.Jaauarr cordingly.' HARDY MOORE tI

    ., January 'A; Wl- 3 : April l IS 1S5L: II December T, J 1650. .IS 15,1851 1. 8m JeCersoa County, December 7, lO. 45 6m Jazuary, 1851. 1

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