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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 10, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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j jTTrittrn fur the rWiihnn A Journal J devoted to her accepted lover, end she had Sabbath Evening at Home. from the A: 3* Sunday Times. from the Cincinnatti Columbian. "- 4

THE FIRST LOVE; but now experienced} that ineffable pleasure When Sabbath ln>lU base cca od their sound, Facts and Fancies. I What was your filly worth ?" -

whieI her own. heart had been desiring for And the]ours of day are passed I, BT AX EX-JDITOn. Returning Good for Evil. .A hundreddollars }is what asked for "
VI' c. l. P. time She had that And twilight draws i its curtaIn round, Obediah Lawson and Watt Dodd' were her," replied Obediah. .
past. fondly hoped and
Slavery the
nina: the sun had just gone down i j i Arthur eome would not for so long time And shadows gather fast- Bible-the Higher Laic. neighbors ; that is, they live within a half I Wait a moment!" and Dood rushed into
a
go
1'vascte away There iq i one pot, and one alone The Bible is of those books mile' of each
one always other and lived be- the! house from
grandeur behind the distant hills,, i i \vithout tho revelation of love which she i no person j whence he soon returned;
which
eous Round our hearts most ,
their} in 3 cling talked about, much praised, little read, and tween their respective farms, which would <: holding some gold in his },and. "H
he had I re's
birds wenseeking nightly repose I ,, cherished for her. You And] widest memoric'", one l>y one, the
may less
h I
U E thick and beautiful; grove. The cattle] i j! hop. <, reader, rest assured that she went Their choicest treasures brinjr. comprehended. Probably there is not ', have joined, had not a little strip of prairie ; price of your filly ; and hereafter let there bo
f one person in a hundred that! knows what the i land extended Itself "
sufficiently to them between
keep a pleasantness
slog i:;!?, the cheep-were lying beneath} :| to her repnselhat night with harming more at That Fjv] >t i is Home; its sacred walls Bible doctrine j us.
** ; the milk maid of slavery i is. Even our preachsel: Dood was the oldest settler, and I "Willingly I heartily," answered Lawson
-iv i>akfc- was t f-ingingjca i and enjoying the sweet reality that on Admit no discord then; I 1. ;
pe fun. See r.s she i pursued, her way. along ; the morrow her heart's first and purest Xo crowded mart, nor festive lulls, ers do not understand it-if they do, they do from his youth up had entertained a singular! i I grasping the proffered hand of the other; "let ,
a. trds'j N,'r haunt c-f not preach it. Tpon a point of tins kind j i I hatred against Quakers therefore "
I Jruiipalh:! ) "Il1ch M from the cattle'urV '': would ask the consent of her myet tnen ; when he there be peace between us. '
Can IUHIW n j j.y w> sweet nnd pure- tfeie should be tio misunderstandi'ig, and I was informed that Lawson I
a regular I discipleof mounted his horse
f-eomed i and rode
lit' homewith
wrapt Hlrmon.\ his ,
ai 1; I Mtur repaired to own mansion
JTone them i i"
p:1rcntsrtmr Fuchktu given ; therefore that
irl ;ffcM: "* 0:1'ybich; might' have cual-- j I ; some slight: degree of hesitation, he Jli-rht joy like these fur ave endure, we give the Scripture doctrine for class of people, had purchased the I i a lighter heart, and from that day to this
the benefit of whom it next farm t to his he
concern! declared he would j
a pfl'ii't-r'b: !, fckilland! served awaken broke the matter to his mother thus : Tills c rthH'rc quite a hl'lnD. may ; make t I Dood has been as good a neighbor as one

'I''I rfldna).!I 'st t JM1"crs f 'his imaginative fancy, j Dearest mother, taking into consideration I've ",1:1!'f'l1 far 'mon; oth.'r bowers 39th In Leviticus, chap xxv., beginning at the Iimgl\d to move away again. Accordingly,!I could wish to have ; being completely
it of
S \glJf\- rolled on ?n silent magmfrccucehe ,, 'the probability of leaving home in Than those my childhood 1 kn.irVith verse, is written : a system petty annoyance was commenced ; reformed by the KETCBMXG GOOD row Ertl.Front .
my my "
Tbr M-loJe surface cf the water was un- I! fete days and to be severed from all :1 "\ hope r>f gathering? fairer flowers And if thy brother that dwellcth by thee, by him, and every time one of Lawson's hogs.
II' whor lion be waxen 'or, and he sold unto thee thou chanced to Dood's the s. eanr.aJi Gtoryictn.Whig .
breath of air. Silence too m these gardens grew; p stray upon place; he was
ffi dug'.e hold dear in life, to take abode for
d by a the up ray a Yet in the cold world's earnest throngs shalt not compel him to serve as a bond servant beset by men and dogs, and most savagely Difficulties in Alabama.
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ped\I"il1 a"ful grandeur; lending to j Sr:1S0I among strangers and in a strange land, ')iJ its dm nnd stonny strife, abused. We have ,
1p1: : Things thus for ,already alluded
progressed to the .
pTne: air of cne 1lItmentIlich was well 1 ;; I 1110] opened my nerd to Adella Manning, Affi-cimn turns to went and) nearly; difficulty.
an "
bOng But as a }hired servant, and as a sojour- a year, and the Quaker, a man of decidedly j i which the Constitutional Union"'higs of '
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'rubied to iiifjr'tv ul'epm earned raedian: sought reciprocity of that undying love Of ray young job t>us life. ,!
: : : net, ho wail! be with thee and shall 'lce principles I Alabama have found in their
Ba-.lia-k : tht sound of voices greet t i which] 1 have conceived for her. serve P appeared }in no way to resent i efforts to hunt '
} She hers
I.lmc'llJlot'ed f
upoa i on croup! Its Sabbath song; thee unto the, | the Democrat of
year of jubilee : I Injuries} received at the hands of his'I up a sufficiently flexible
TO -the sj;,1.ish of tho resounding oar a i ear ; &} ,' !light! canoe along the blue and I !I I remains: to ensure cur mutual II happiness is the I Though Erne full many a league along And theshall he depart from thee, both i! spiteful neighbor But matters were drawing I to consent to become their candidate for
j P'I1CI. from reverie. We 11..t't'omc distinct und duo he and his children with kirn, and shall: re-1to I a crisis ; for Dood more enraged than eter G overnor. That difficulty is still} } insurmount

fl'nnand 1'ijvv: water arouses behold us two boat our Hearing th I lC j consent assured of our that pu-nts: the To you I apply, Sabbath\ tight! 0 tn-a"unil home tarn unto his \\ n family, and unto the pos- I at the quiet of Obediah} made oath that he i able: Democrats of that State are very far.

,(1(1" | feeling< same motherly regard r..nolpri.] ie of inemoryV, train.And session f his father would do from
i shall he return. I something before long to wake lending their aid to the promotion of
uled} with hlpplIlt 1 joyous counts which] have manifested for thoughts f where \'r I up I II ,
bhrn. | you Ire on every <> yc (! roam, Tjr the
they are Inservants, which I brought ( spunk of Lawson. Chance Whig principles under whatever
,. Thf merry laugh rings in gleetona? 'j former occasion will now be extended, both as SlclJ bring my youth aiain. favored his I j: } disguise they
un forth out of the land stall The be
: pd oluntaiily- we become interestedV and advice." of Egypt : they! : design. Quaker had a high-blooded i: m.zfilly presented. The same, we bassos,
consent (
ro, rCguds'our Iron Southern Christian Adi-orate. not be sold as bondmen. which he had been "enc&reful in raising '1 will; next fall, be proved to be true of
ninety-
which be.tm( "
t Heavenly countenances !? Arthur union with] .\dells] '
r. tio have car your can Reunion with the North. TIiou shall not rule over him with rigor, and which was just four cars old. Lawson I nine hundredths of our party in Georgia. A
tort]( such: incxpPKHbJe delight. They i never be uJljcct-n, J but I fear that you may I A- estion has been made but shalt fear : I took few ] for
in
hi\-el sucr: recently by i thy 'od. great pride this animal, and had : aspirants office may throw themselves .
good ,
and opportunity o !
we findrilgc in those dreams
vision tho fa 1 an >secular I thy ] thy a large sum money for her. I I 11'iitierybntthe rank..

f fasting our faces delighted of some of nslere's upon Inns t rj j cy to Jiiis,which a youth of your r.ge is so pro:(., paper' that an x-flbrt should be made i i.t thi? which t-i!) slialt! have, shall be of the heathen 11!| One evening, a, little! after sundown, ns..! and file" throughout the State will stand aloof

(tli:'in C:tM and Woman in di I arproductions. may: serve as a serious barrier to' time of political compromises to reunite; the |i t i that are around about you ; of these shall ye j! Watt Deol was pi 'singrrvandhiscornfeldjhe: from the connection. Democrats may well
hcrjycp I
advancement
1 1i
? : is there enlivening and success in the prose.j Northern and Southern rlivhions of rile! ::ilc.th. I buy b'Midtnen and hon lmaids. j I i uiscoverd the filly feeding in the little strip ol{[ I II i ja&i k wherein lies the difference between supporting -
and cution of
beauty many j studies. 1 have I
watched !
with
:abdaate ,aia with those flashes of ready mother's your solicitude 1 odist] Episcopal) Church. In this it is likely] i-j| Moreover, of the children of the stran- !I !prairie land that separated the two farm, and FILLMORE, WEBSTER and CLAY, under -

:: : of the sex. But t I I j i i imtsockarac'trtif discovered: ( and pride, the love which the Express speaks the wishes of not a ftwg i em's that do sojourn anion, you, of them, j: he conceived the hellish design of throwing ofTi[ the name of" Constitutional Union," and
amongt-t that
J: who shone transcendent-If you were each cherishing !;I of the enlightened and liberal among the : shall! ye buy, and of their families] that are !;: two or three rails of his fence, that the horse )I supporting the same worthy trio under the
fur the
;::.;' number \t1l*Her f'1) aubunj I j i one other. Though, young, you ]have i j I membership! of the Northern MelhoditWChurch. ::; l you, which they} begat in your land : might get into his corn daring the nIIt.-1! i name of Federal Whiggery. Names are
tinglets ,! selected
: bfimtitul. oug judiciously, and I do not term it aj So far all this is and shall I bo (, Ib( did and the I nothing. The
i/clcd neck and thoulden of a ;| choice I( as an exhibition 11 i they Jour possf ion. I 1 so, next morning bright and[ same principles are now at
a Mae snowy on account of property considerations of amiable feeling, we arc glad to see it.- I' .\ud yc shall take then as an inheritance I early, he shouldered his rifle and left the I issue as were in 1810; 18M and ]849" Now
IdaJ; i icase : II I ;
rye ruby
.ier lip!, for 1 fool f that
ntnjesj: and cfeek t, coaiplotM a .; much the yon yourself noble are too Hut a more hopeless idea was, lIe'.'er sc:11\ for your children after yon, to inherit them, I i I. hou c. Not long after his absence, a hired I ( as then, the one party is for a high tariff the

:yralnei1c, of such inhuman rosy loveliness as to calltrheIawlaticusof 1 :J allow coin crpart desire of 'for your father to !' afloat. Reunion, in the present drcumstancesof [ for a possession : they shall be your bondmen ;!I' man; whom he had recently employed, heard other is opposed to it. Now, as then, on tho

wonder wdlt.'Hglt. She i j a grovelling worldly) wealth, ,: the Northern and Southern sections of the i i forever : but over your brethren; the children j the echo of his gun, and in a few minutes one side is the Democratic Republican party,

| : the arm of a handsome I|I to .cause affections you to base your earthly fomlaatiou.d } happiness I J United States i is a down light utter, ate j I.i of' Israel, ye shall not rule one over another i[I', Dood' considerably excited and out of breath, and on the other the Whig Federal! party."

ate leanitup.ti in aivtMtu upon bo sandy a .- II |' sheer impossibility.} Putting out of sight the with riser.'.' i came hurrying to the house, where he stated Republicans will fight under the.Deuocratie
I
taU atid commanding figure, nn 111 i I
cire
: I con Jour selection to be a good one, i I fact, that the General Conference of the Nor- I, Thus said tb"i: Lord. Here is a full re- : that lie had shot. at and wounded a buck :j banner, Federalists under the Wtig flag. We
I
liossesscdefa, mot inttUigent countenance.: || for the reason that .\dells pu$ csses those} |j them( Church declined the simple ;: < of slavery ; a full permission! of sla- .I that the deer attacked him, and he hardly] es.1 shall be much} disappointed if when the battle .
fotmed which
i ii", fart" tlK'ItJlle picture ]j amiable, end brilliant virtues which adorn and' the of the overturev' i taped with his life. is the former
Southern of slaves over, does
fora j on part J, ery ; a recognition as property, as I not float in triumph;
lnvn
"ouid hate tubject fancies enough of his .z1rU3.-paintetud'lCge r j'!I dignify: the female character, to which may.j j| open and maintain friendly relations on tlie( i l A possession and an inheritance! forever.; It !i This story was credited by all but the I II i and the latter trial in the dust.

: the bright had fifteen OJ bfcue < added a mind cf the very first order. 1 i! basis of an amiable confratemity of feeling, is the }higher law' we hear so much about !I!I newly employed hand, who had taken a dislike .I The following from the Montgomery Ad-
apjiari-iitlv seen et.2.rce sum therefore that it will be > !
I trust but inceuUre
a greater and compelled the latter to resort to legal, or is there some higher law than the Bible \I ;\ to Watt, and, from his manner, suspic-1 j rcrtistr is wdrthy} of publication .
thu! :
Lt not inure :; eighteeti. Tliey "in 1
nirfs, ear-1 I to to push eagerly on the : l I I
acv f
you t obtain fair division : the direction and command of! God: ioned that
?? ares to a of the prop-1T was : something was wrong. He therefore COLe Jlosr.'s
utsilv continued lin'ir conversation as they 1 complishnienl< of those studies which w ill tend !! DECLI .\1'IO:.-A letter from
'
I arty contracted for in the deed of separation if to 1is chosen people : it bears upon its face: slipped quietly away from the house, and I this distinguished
|)iarsu l'i their" said'he w t y alum" the narrow path.distant'j'Ito make you the fit companion of one 50 love- j t the slate of opinion-general opinion prevail1'i j the word 1)ren'r." We do not know that i! going( throng} the field in the direction of the ':1.in columns old Democrat will be found ,
'Addia: to to a far : h. it he ; our this ,
go May a happy union and I moining declining the
as can' 1 ing in the Eastern, Northern and Northw : God has changed, or that the law has eye j shot, he suddenly came upon Lawson's filly i
es; ,
honor
landl'it1l'Dt I ti lliny; yf>u of the day dreams j see no obstacles in the ,1 I give con- I | j proffered of being the Union : alias the
; way my tern portions of dlc1.E. Church is such i been repealed. This nation-at least a great ;, stretched upon the earth, with a bullet hole ] Federal
tiuit: haP filled my i II< h&ood'sthoughts, woul Beet( in thfun hope and belief that it will if i < Whg; candidate for Governor of AlI1
uI'j and ever will be fndh, as to forbid, absolutely i i majority of it-profess to believe in and }ben !j jj through the head, from which the warm blood !I shams for -
be .LlTht' first cf ,
::;al l) warm feelings r.n timately lie for your hajtpines-s.} I reasons not necessary to men-
) and peremptorily, future coalescence governed' by the Bible: how then! { was still oozing. I "
can we
I .
o i j lion "'e
ami devoted heart have been in- I < will
lay a. that
: \-ruoasite:!:' : j Arthur could not find words to his' fip we could ven-
express 1 i The animal !
; our part, while the domestic institutions ] ( was warm, and could not have |
!
o
*;tirud byocr many iucoU1l'ar:1Lle'irtIct..- gratitude to a ,mother whose only desire ws'', the] f'b I I killed ; ture a shrewd guess as to some of these "rea-.
'een hour.
He
slave-holding remain in ] an hastened back "
their j
I 'S to
10 ay that thi- can be but a youthful fascif!, ( her much loved son's interest and hapj-i-;j 1ors; i i J sons, which the courtesy and politeness of ,
) l i eta intcgrilv. I can; they talk of a higher law than that j the dwelling of Dood, who met hirri} in the '
n::ajQ votll be folly in any one, for God nfei.nvs Throwing his aims around her uecL'1 j I our venerable old friend (tor such \re hope we
r JIOK I In the hope'', There i is too much "1i 11'rJawco11scicncc" which bears the sanction of Almighty 11't,- 'yard, and demanded somewhat roughly, style him
truly wrapt 1 am > he answered, may notwithstanding our difference
fiV; '' day calLng you mine own. To attri i l Dearest mother such evidence atnung Northern: Methodists, too much i in- jdoa ? where he had been. I upon the: Southern question) Induced him not
J
nn
con rtlamed;: prejudice, quasi i religious too widespread I Take the dilemma and meet it manfully. "I've been to see if your ballet made sure "
the dor of passion'o towork mention.. But
outfit tu s! a youthful fond solicitude: and desire for ,} (* it might not be a sable
v.,Iud! k is'equaiiy fallacious, feeling 1 do; ness will in itself} be inducement my for hapjii-) a fanatical virus in the press, the pul-1 1 I I If slavery i3 wrong 110it was always sI of 3Ir. Law-son's filly," was the instant i j I and \v an
.' '; lIe first teldcrrmotaons of a young and studies with onretiiitted me to j j I pit, and the prayer-room, to allotsthe ghost !I j t i wrong. Then if} slavery is contrary to relig- retort. The idea of llow ell Rose being the candidate

I MS heart] must ever be tie purest lTponoa > and pursue zeal my, and when I do return to energy 1 true t !\ of a hone in come from the grave of our 1 bu-1 j ion, it i is not the! religion: taught in the! Bible : Watt paled for a moment, hut collecting of the federal whig party for thing

tuendearit} for you j ried ocel iaEt'Val! union:, to tell of an future *there' can be no mistake on this point. If we I II himself; he fiercely shouted, is rich in the any
} depend my hopes futl :t will be able that extreme. The, impudence and
t.v b1) iIeIs, decision is you to acknowledge, ,[ resurrection. .\ united MctLodi.4 Church has believe in the! Bible, God: authorizes slavery "; Do you dare to say I killed her ?l" I absurdity of the tiling coal
; upon your my fond and only be
has
ktnre \\'eiCa-t and I shall your care unceasing anxiety ;I j bequeathed( its last 1 legacy the political union, j:i. slavery as it now exists : slavery }ia which How do you know she! is dead ,I" replied by an invitation equaled
suspended j ; as go been in a slight measure at least, icpaidbyjj 1 I' t to one of tho} saints to serve
1"1 ftw daw land j I iu,, the shape of a solemn warning to state sl| the slaves and their children wore chattels, the man. I at the feast of the
; to a foreign to pUr8IJl'tlO@ u))%' own pruiu-iency. To-morrow I will askc l tlcr.il and las inps':
fcUiju-bvita which man should ever bcnee Cot Manning's( consent, and do talk the men and politicians, that submissive as the I J 1 j possessions, }inheritance} -things to be owned, I I Dood bit his lip, hesitated a moment, and These Union gentry,in federal costume disguised :
you South may be regarded, there is bought, sold, and held as an inheritance forever then turning, walked into the house. I
:' >Fant,1mast: beseech your inunedia te'' matter over with his lady." a have how b'ecn rebuffed by iwo distinguished } -
.Answer Terminating Pillar hilr." The} distinction between senitudeforj A couple of d.iyTpassed: by, and the morn- j! democrats
Tcplytomy ; nhich
propusiuon. me truly, l I After some fu'llter conversation ]his ; we should} suppose
fn l l"1 upon beyond which it will! not be debt, reclaimabb bondage, and this perpetual ink of the third one had broken, as the hired ,i j is sufficient}
you *! o enough to promise that on> 'future course in College, Arthur Marion re- furred.i !| a evidence to them that they can

n.y: ;.- tlru frcm years of self banishment: from tired to his dormitory, and though one would i ,I II :And in addition to the foregoing consideration slavery, is clear and well defined in the above 'man met. friend Lawson. riding in search ofhis > not seduce State Rights man into the meshesof

ny llaUre: laid, that I may come to claim you suppose that iu tho delirium of his l bliss, that j there is another which }is not without I prsszgc.o law was ever expressed in filly.A I federalism and consolidation; with Fillmore -
few words
a.rnv fI'onti'd bride f !j( J Ji he would l have consigned himself to the EOn j |![ weight. The wcpansion and growth of the t clearer terms: there can be no mistake in its I. of explanation ensued, when I\ Clay, Webster &; Co., as leaders. Jecmsa -*.
i It is in vain to that the law with a heavy heart, the Quaker turned tis !
\ m
1titir i visiile emotion, the original connection had made the eccle&iasti- ; allbg. say : such Rose
replied : embrace of the oblivious God to dream men as Lyon, end other of
"
of t loving heart" i i ccptanc Vet btl.11'it was not so. Feeling !:I! The di\i>ion of the Church into two jmisdic-l!I dispensation. Christ came to fulfil the law:i I j people of the fate of his lin.r0: threat ofl j secession, or any other eitrenle remedy for

"God W]:,s you, dearest Adella, for those the great weight naturally attached to knowl-} i\c tions was a measure judicious in itself, and j i j the apostles observed it. There is not the recrimination escaped him ; lie did not even the redress of our wrongs, it does .not by any

fords; ili-MHiare Rent j joy to my inmost sou], '! edge, hu had long E-ince determined to endeai i| desirable for other reasons besides the slavery j shadow proof that chatttl Savory, as above. go to law to recover damages ; but calmly ;:; means follow that they are prepared to go ,

ai'i: I 11 dl from home confiding in love J agitation. Had it been carried established, was interfered with I by Christ or awaited }his plan and hour of revenge: lt'0' \ to the federal "
p a i i iH'tnie vor to tread that I path which} } las gifted father i j' out by the m mi whig} ranks and shout hor= -

Lecture so pure." !hud dictated lor li::. Taking a Work on i i North ill a f''e1dly' spirit, it would have giv-1 I his apostles or by the primitive church. came at last. j j saunas to the leaders of that party. No !
I up j Where} then, is the higher! law ?I" Slavery, j II Watt Dood had a Durham heifer, for which i|
After sane further conversation of similar Astronomy, he engaged himself in a devoted i en relief to both section, and presented to I gentlemen, we have ventured the prediction

rnararter tLiy reached the re:il; ;nec of Add} application to its abstruse problems, and af- I j the| "mid one of the noblest sjK I >ctaclos everi i l the Bible expressly!} tells us, is a divine lust\- j he he had paid a hears price, and upon which already, and will here renew it, that yon will

b s father. i! ijhown in the history of Churches. As it i j I tution. There i is no escape| from this cone-t- j i counted{ to make great gains I obtain the consent of respectable '
Arthur left her :t the door to go i let two hours bestowrJ of unren'iitted attenj.e I; ?, One no name
and mjdiuij upon the transactions of tl ,i I ti+,Q, he then prepared to lock himself in the i| ;the: resources of each section have iuc.rcast'd.The I \ j ion, but by denying the authority:. the Bij j.down Us morning eldest, just as" Obediah was sitting from the old democratic party to serve your
ilt. Southern brethren in with the informntion
Our son came j
wcninjj., Yet will doubtless, reader, wish tu''' urn. of street tltep. At dawn he arose and t i annual Conferences have moved nu jzj !j plant{ themiel\'esl j I that purpose. ItS! a federal whig movement.
ion
conefto a inowled8 of the two fair l>cings again may have }been found attentively at !![ their appropriate calling, just as they did. 1 be-1 I that authority. 7'heJ' say, \11 iostit u- ken down thc neighbor Doo 's heifer had bro-: j! Every Wh>g paper in the State (one honorable -
ition established by God ]himself} for J his chosen fence, entered the yard, and after
'I" !! fore the diviuon. Each i ;,, !
section -
k2bfh brought before J' u.rtlmr work upon Rhetoric, to which he dexotedhisj l i[ i has tested j ;' exception only) have chimed in with it
| people and us a part of tho domestic ,\ eating most of the cabbages, had trampled i
Mail. pol-;i
\o
': was l It; cf widowed iho1 whole until breakfast ts capabilities for independent action and1 one can be longer deceived to
only win a | energies, lime. as your
the '
Well-made beds
he and the
of nation had founded vegetables! I
th ) try a for his own I they'Ot
r l self
.., I sustaining growth. j objects.
_
: usc of a fine intellect and exalted! Tallaliaseee. May f th, 1&1. { contained
of all
glory and as a model for the world out shape-a
Cann
M'hen} the hand of time has I mischiefimposi i
en\rI.\; nrJ ior drtcrmined: to send him to [To be Continued.] softened down ; j The
!be God cannot condemn in what ;j! sible to repair.Of Slavery Question in a lien
t the occasioned the wrong. us Shape.-
: of r. -- ---- -- asperities by disruption it is !
cdacauantt" r""ndatlen-'rc;ofduch h to comiiltft had *been:'ft]I j I> Some lips are poetical. Smiles- fling a light! likely that! the two connections, may stand,] on I' he, calrc solo commanded for the children i i j And what did theo do with her Jacob ?11 ,j i The slavery! question is about to come beforo I

ih! .A 'l i the alrt'st! i}! ipervui6n I one ,|! in their: ''wrong. Circumstances alter cases, but j "I 1 put her in the farm-card." under the following circumstances."It ,
: ?l"' dMnonand glorious brightness. You feel as if' border, and maintain the spirit of noble rivalry may
t.ch l lars!in Carolina! j -
J) God do I "Did thee beat her?" that .
the laws cf not change.: appears s. young trivia from tho
't were born to and i j
josscwig: ararthf! d :you worthip, an appropriI in public} usefulness But any union do.l I
.1'CI"'nOP!' I\'e WTlfneeof toinprelienMve some"e j I ate shine was before 'Clu. Your eyes ar e'ser' than this, and return to the original? j I What answer is there to this reasoning II I "I never struck her a blov.lUglit :.*' South, who i h suspected of having a little In* -

future ( being at rede what do we pretend to base I' Jacob-right tit down to Han or negro blood in his veins, graduated
l fixed iu admiration whose, Upon a higher I ; thy
tout Id
desirable
day a t" juminarv : ppcll you girtH, is not possible, even if it (wore 1 I
trTI jn the KaaJ.vof! 'I
{ ,law than! that contained in iho I breakfast, and when done I will attend l | some time since at the New York
MMil wamHich t' 1 :never Lr 'al. Every word which their fair i j -is not de&imLleH're it possible] i Bible I If we eating ( i .University< ;

tnt'nt /Iowvor[ W"s..uour political! firm' ': :possessor utters, only srr'estn heighten their prove fcjavcry a wrong, we prove the BiLle to !II to the heifer." and then entered his name in the medical department

treat 1ICr.t: father, a gentleman I fI'< '' magic and display some new form from which Preserving Strawberries. I be the teacher of that wrong and the Bible> Shortly alter he had finished his repast as a student medicine, first having

u lea 'ill l: d.lyatl', i .1 n? n'nt" and celebrity his had I [ '! you dr'-am the vt>Jee of your -htiny tau st 1\1r.SSRfI. EDITORS: If YOU will not think: it s: and slavery must stand or fall together. Lawson mounted a horse; arid rode over to +I! paid' the usual fees. Seine of the Sonihera! ':

..1.Il"u' ('DJHIU( d.it I1WM| 1 lad I x' l I Those, who the Bible: denounce I Doo 's, who was under the porch 1 in stnderits conceiving it derogatory to them '
I 'lllf or com.'. You may' talk of their influence; but j I presumption, in a poor forlorn o\l maid to i It repudiate may sitting ; j I to ,"
edacj,0 J r'I i 9)n-) 'Xllltusc feliuuld be *Pared tui!' vainly. would you attempt to describe them." I I presume to tell the Editors of The Soil of the i j slavery, but no man who believes in the Bi-i front of his house, and who, as he beheld the j' sit ,in the same class with a man hiving ana "

tarrasrtd .?tlUt, leaving a largo nnd arts mT'I Imagination;; can cOllrd\'c of nothing more I South, how to presene Strawberries; I will !'' lie; and pretends to be governed by its pre- Quaker dismount, supposed ho was coming| :i Indian or negro blood, waited on the faculty

anr* ?p m: llst em3' means for tu' : lurlbcrMi '[ delicious than l kissing such lips. I am overi give you my method. I' cepts, can Consistently, } do so. The Bible to demand pay for his filly, and secretly swore i I and requested his dismissal.. The professors

la., lady f.U request that her was therefore at hand] i i I whelmed at the though} ) of such lips. I opened a bottle recently, that had been does, and must, and will sustain slavery, as he (could have to Jay for it if he did. I i! did not know what to do in the matter; and

d J senitt? of$iat son's own mind wa: !i ---, -. - ,--. bottled }l.t years, and they wire as sowfns i l..ng fls it i is a rule! of faith and practice.od Good morning, neighbor Dood ; how is i itliy wavered iu complying with the demand. At ,

3d.tit:Il f. 1-' had Superior f nigh about which! !j! 71r rarciIi111".IIZ.Iedicnl men are very o j j then first bottTl :dcc a pound of go, Many of the! Abolitionists, therefore, are family ?2" exclaimed Obediah, as he mounted I I len b!ii they gave m and told the yo'ung nan

\l'1S dcrrfue dctc'tn been, E0 soL-.Mu!;: ; *. it ten asked hone vaccination} is sufficient toil j I loaf sugar to a II'JU'Jd! of Strawberries, dissoh'cthe I .':-en infidels. They denounce the Bible, and: the steps and seated himself in a chair. I that 't: would be better for him to retire. Conceiving

should : +incd that Art:.nr Marionome protect the through life from friltul 1 1e' j and All well I believewas the } this to be a dismissal i left
tyttem | 1 tugar in as little water ss 1 possible, coc.kthe .'"I l churches religious systems based u crusty re- he the class,
I I"e'" ,I1 H.s a student of LuuLu, "'. ( 'ox-or how often it is neeeKsary to have the, I I fruit about eight minute, ; mm ckim I Ion ii : and they are entirely consistent in ipso I pl)'- and has now sued out a mandamus, directed
I '
dryot_o yomh lady to whom bl''a" feu'njiporalion performed ? The late Dr. Fisher., I if admit "I have small flair settle with ot the professors; them
)J Ltl.tc.-bed l j them out, and boil the strap oi/it, minutes, I doing, for they the inspiration and a to you.thioi requiring l to show cause

a'eah1 J 'planter u'astl'Iiighmiiide e dauh.er flf n of Boston, for a long time gave attention to'j' ]longer; now bottle them in f-tru'ig: bottles] I !truth of the Bible, they mus-t admit! that God morning, and [ came rather earl.." I why they refused to allow him to finish his

''the l1uU+ of llwno'null
qua red UfKD) the : ) Ii! |.latitatioi} : t w.vith' others, the following proportions, put then in a cool place, They will They cannot denounce the one without denouncing This morning, my sdn found thy Durham I deal", and no one knows what the result vvi}'

banks of the Asideand. l are supported ttatistical other. heifer in where she has destroyed I be.
sdlui, !% to tint by numerous p for years. LUCY. the my garden, : -

thiJdh" of f r1uion.J J-"r ram and are fully relied upon by the profession But what must we think of those a good deal.. .
tu'! at all Lrcv. Some : clergymen -
of To
youth f u 11 lv,'cfs had grown tearuisg o- 1. Tliat presumptuous Sleep to.Die.-Never was the amoca t
( one Fingle and perfect \ wl10.pretendm g to believe this revelation I And what did 'he do with her ? demanded -
tact'.I to love the more they knew of: does not for all time it .ill! best lessons of our life we got from old practical and terrible application ci'1) _
j cases, deprive } Let are denouncing slavery from their pulpits asa Dood, his brow darkening. ,\ffilet's'
hear
er. from
til1d 1 ded Arthur was an amiable, big li- | -yfetcm of its susceptibility of virus disease. s. the us you ng3in.-TlLe hcaven daring sin! -ths sum of all iniquitiesan What would thee have done with her, i memorable doubting questioning, W e.or-death
honorable South.
tLlI l lofty t youth, gifted with all' of j -. That one or moro f c-vaccinations < ; of outrage calling for divine retribution?i had she been rny heifer in thy garden ?" soliloquy than }in the Casa of tht tI!: 'l ocs,'

tlaefeCainewuli endowment of intellect which I| and that consequently, a pl sician should Fugitive Slate Shadrach a Witness Why denounce Southerners as abominablywicked 1 ed Obediah. 3sk"j in Teias, two of whom-a m.{. r l'irt; '

"' h the dazzling lustre. Hailed i commend re-vaccination, when questioned $ his Itcscuers.Ye hear it stated that; for doing what God but a few ages I "I'd a shot her!" retorted Watt, madly] were lately found bv a rut.;partr cf th,"

"atrst are, the high and ennobling ;, to its lrcessit,. Marshal Dcvens, of this} district, has 1 be ago commanded i What strange and 'I,er- ":1S I suppose you have done.; but we aro Mexican Boundary Comn* Ion in a star i of

onVaa; the erf|! character shone conpicu-1 i !j I 3. The foJ tem is protected from ,' me'C the owner of Shadrach," tho fugitive verse inconsistency .J here, or what gross ignorance i only free now. Heifer for filly is only tit their starvation, having killed ar-.iT;nearly tl .nred.' r

j,rand the gifted baser son. A stranger to d contagion' when it is no longer susceptible ] who was arrested; }hero on tho 15th ilL, of the very Bible they pretend to for tat.'; I ; comrade. The La:3Ga'Iir asvs' the y _
I bred for
"k feelings of dqmived I I hu- '! vaccine influence tested ,' I tAdmitting Dood thon knowest many weeks Qn roots and s..ch thio"1
-.q bat ure he as by re- } on the samo day rescued by a mob and reverence "Neighbor me not, if

f41 and ftlIXIQUS, soarod to bo what that ireEvery s! person, therefore, who would be l on his way to Canada; or, rather we the Divine authority of thethe thou thinkcst I would harm: a hair of t hynJ ns they COt.1c.l! foic-k.1 up bat flea's!.r be; l1i.1.
mother earnestlrendety so nearly : l
thara.nke td I tint, Miss so; or- }Jy protected from small pox, should be not say, that Marshal Devfifis has obtained books of Moses, and the Divine origin of hailers back. She i$ in my farm-yard, a he rcea fami:4Ietwith'hnegf< r figs( on? :c-

? lug and Manning united to her 1 ly once vaccinated, 'but should have the Mr.:1)elirceof\'orfulk, Va, (the claim! Jewish dispensation driven to not coin a blow has been struck her, wbjrotheo praposed that try shau'd cast lots
wo
lovely Pelf all ; ago conclude to which
: of those girt see of go
it1t E0 u's I ntion repeated, one or two times, or until t of" Shadrach,") free papers for Shadrach that slavery. not an evil ; that man can {ret her at any time. I know thee! clteIf tb three should} le kiied and
Prc-emui ntly beautiful may by others
fell1&la> in the pyf tern ceases lobe( affected by the virus may secure to him liberty beyond r rnohojj in shot my filly ; but tho evilone prompted theeto ; but Il enr tvoat,l not:
pert
j.t 'racl't' She was c i pro } man, even as a possession agree (lost hla .
ur* ? at oncoftLo pursuing a coarse ;!j For most persons one operation would Shadrach is now at Montreal, Can and inheritance foreverthat; Erich an institu- do it, and 1_by. ho evil in my heart againstmy shoQItl( fal6 'WU& should past l Ces fl T '

t trlest4 n, and< was now boarding Aiding her schools }ii: found sufficient, while others might re9uinF and it is stated that he is to return 1 to Lion dMuely} a"p'poine'd( must have had some neighbors. I came to tell thee where eat monhful: upon tiertti be kUled he co ad nol '

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'"Pon the hanks of the beautiful delightful ;: ntways be practiced. If this were tho in the eTcral ..cases"of tKe ''rescuer," Almighty. We- submit to the candid readerof Obediah rose from his chair, and was one thai! got to sic P. AouKl .

lt tnr (f table heart hid Asll!<"y'' generally, the dire dr;ease would s'oori b } fro (o come before the District Court whether the text quoted above does not fullvjustify about to descend the steps, when he"as ilkJ([ by the other, HanryTrho L11'his wifj

young been to np'' almost ukkaotrn. Watt who hastily uk ca I to'h** njavjirovodiUie} : : most wakeful and the
j the United States st his term.-Boston Mail I cur commits. i l stopped by othe.tca '
a victiq to the demands of hunger
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From tht 5r
The Cuban Expedition The Convention for re-nioefelling Constitution them'their wish. K. Ilenne"an o t We. S. Gaist, Vice Presidents; the State. OUl'll j ia

'-Actirity of the Cornment Officers of Virginia, now in session at Richmond : Mr. 'ISB..lle will yield a division of the i and w.' li. lampoon, C. "' I'dce, 1" IJ. from the Northern aLund3nee 1rere
Cruise f thc TlWalu t : rather Fr:1zerrtbur C. D. Miller andJ. States for 'tale
-Escajvofa Cap. TALLAHASSEE State than yield the power which pro. Simpkin.s lut
tire S.r-Ent'ampm'ns ofihe ErpeJiioa.Z.c .t ,..-- _orr -- has a subject before ffdestined, perhaps peTty claims for itself, of being in the majority C. Walker, Secretaries. There were four but the Board of Ordnance 'Were '

-The Ilrr.de:" -The Innitable rerulf -r_" SATURDAY, HAY 10, 1851. to be' the entering wedge for a divisionof of the )legislature, to check) and control the hundred and thirty-one delegates present supply themselves more advanta,- ll *

of the Cuban 3Iyvfriens. -----" .---- ---- that ancient Commonwealth. The ques. power of the sovereigns the polls. This istLe The address of the President upon taking the nude their contraeU oaJ*' **

The city for "l'rd! days past ha*been fun I I, LATER uoxEriori.-AnoThcrDedine in (t lion is ca the basis ot represtwnt tio:1. The : sentiment. Now, we have got the senti. chair was firm and eloquent, but temperate. ateorrIinll.*

cf rumors about the exj,euition said to be or. : C-O! 'lon.-The steam ship Niagara arrived at ;Extern portion of the State baa a larger 1 i nient uttered 1 upon this subject. I have never i{:Courier. Wise Ski in the I.a -

little ranking for a descent upon Cuba ; but very ;; 1 Halifax l on die COth! with Liverpool dates to I mixed population than tha West by many ;; allowed(thought} of it to suih pass a my sentiment.lip?. I have I have bad never a holly I The Inacrarity Case. ia Henry Convention A. Wit i, a member Of tts. r..

ia intelligence of a reliable nature hns been i i i j t the 2Gth ult At Liverpool, during the week :thousands' but thest has some 90,000 j j ]I horror all my life of all disunion as between i Mn. EDITOR: Yourcorre pon4Jenth\ made for remodeling the COnsti> :.
the ssion of but the officials of the St. .
I te
the pos who any or' ending April 19th, cotton had declined, Id1,! more whites than the East, and the question 1 1i State and State in the nation of States, a discovery, which gives him great rf'lief.- A few days ago, $b a tbe

Cuba government is revolutionized, *eem it thall determined not be thst theirAult. i''I:' with sales of 23,000bales, the market closing'i' 'is whether the representation, under the new i I J and I hope that the man who demands division The Supreme Court of the United States bas I of an exciting and very readabb ce f

dull, at nominal G ltations. The stock on :,' Constitution, shall l be based "on the mixed I Ij in this country between State and State not decided wbat our own Supreme Court the basis question, he came do'Q ,

V*c menticned the fact that en Sunday ': hand was i' 7,000 bales. TIle depression was I !population, that is the white and black, or I j hung may be and consigned quartered f, to and infamy his limbs and scattered disgrace to, the held transfer to be rightful of the and Territorial proper record in reference but to Lawyers _after this fashion_ ell

night? last, the Wclaka left this city with the ] whether! the basis shall be expressly I tell! you these!
occasioned by the large receipts fommcri.- exclusively white. i 11 the four winds of heaven, as nn example to declined to adjudicate that question. Ia\\"yers-t1Je
U. S. Marshal tJn
and other I I
officers board )Tn
been
fur the South. Since tin there on Iras beer, i can ports The East, having the most property, and now |i, all traitors not only against their country, but So says your correspondent It will doubtless sets all their'vbo.hate lives practicing' in .
I are the
considerable ; paying two.t mds of the taxes, contends that !i to all who entertain treason against mankind. be a great gratification to the Judges to, God's earth. word Sta., rnru
speculation
amcng cur citizensto I Ccttcn Bcceipta and Experts. i | If there is any other kind of disunion, I abhor I learn that they will be spared the denunciation [I.auhter.] I toT tlis!
:> what was the object of her and I the slaves shall be counted and represented J J'otherwise freely to friend
trip, ,
The cumber of bales cf cotton exported j and hate toghear talked of more than even that which has been burbd them i j my becacse he Lu W1i
rauch anxiety has cxisteo. to know what would* ; i she will be in against on I i mind enough to 1 *
be :he result'of ;-j fron St Mark, from September, 1S50, tot a .minority in the which would tear the stars and stripes of our the supposition that they had expressed an I 'of comprehend t. 71** *
her branches
the reporter of this papr"oy:went C'5 with we the ?stated ic.m-, i| to COth Apiil, IS51, i ia C1.74S 'If Ii t| Legislature! and ti the mercy of the West, ;, common country into tatters, it is this dlsun opinion which gave occasion for the display ;j{i sing which he ti-h does subject not ,"hichfeare *'
which use its to the of'the 'ion we hear sometimes broached both of so much feeling, and the rcem to hara
Same time J kit may power injury upon manifestation of I st
C; :.r.d we expected schices from him by the *1St. year, 35.340 j jt ( j at all!, or i hc:" wocld nri have
fides
Maihews, which arrived yesterday morn-1! 1: East bv an increase of the taxes.: The that of separating Virginia by her so much honest, patriotic indignation i at federal honey-fuggling definition ci ", ,

Ing with the Southern Mail hat letter debates of the Convention I mountains. Some crentlemen say it came from assumption and usurpation I They would I I of the =" .._
of
; no : ;Decrease i in are the most \ [Laughter.] Theses lauytra r4b, '
nrorts. 5 :5 ; the east first, have been itj.'
some I
gentlemen it to their .
t came compelled heads .
frcni I i.n has reached We learn that say I hang .
as. lot-J I stone Coke ,
'j character. Mr. Wise Li
ters !have been received i ia the L.the :::: The rccdpts for the same time are : i j exciting who seems> } from the west first, bat I care not whence it overwhelmed as they would! have been with!; I upon :t!(t on. uotUlbthrough _.,
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U. S.: OiHcers, here, the contents city of, which. [: At tlio Rtil Hoad Tembus iM,873. j I to be the champion of the white basis, although !- ;,[ com:. I know what it contains, and that is shame and confusion ; sed non dells rdebat.Providence i'l' object a key-tele, and tako ti2 sh ts{"..

lisve not transpia It h rumoa-d that the 1.1 At Newport 11,952\I : an Eastern man, denounces the the- !: nothing in the world but evil and mischief. or good luck has saved them the every" A I:EJf nIlt Are

Welaki! was nt St. )ftrv's on Monday, and ]Estimated ; j! orv. of the mixed basis as a denial of the j! Whew!-Thi: is awful. Bat we rather mortification. Mr. WISC. No vou not : b'fT !
ia 1
Tallahas5ce 5i
rcmainirg 1,300(1 I i But in !. I affl
sober .
seriousness
remained there daring Jlonday night: for the :!I I i i first principles. justice, cf right, of moral suspect that if the Western ox was to be permit me to inform God forbid that I should; be a nohl, .
pnrpae of collecting information ii: regard Total : I gored by the horn of taxation the i your correspondent! that the very paragraph i jI [i not call hwj &
recdpts. 41,155 Jaw-the! very theory that! brcuglt about the to tune of!I which he has I me a lawyer. I rcr'i1:
is nl-o f e tIe
to the expedition and that she I' I quoted quoted by
sailed
morning for,Jacksonville. The on St Tuesday Matthews !j: Same time !last year: bloody French! reiolutiun ; the very theory ;i.i two thirds while the East paid the other third Judge Thompson, and with approbation.: I I ser and I do not even pc.t2nd"to Le one, [b

passed Ler on that day in the St. I I! At IlaU Road Terminus, S4.SOO I that tied the DiMe to the tail of a jackass in and at the same time had control of the Leg- There was however a little! more which your;-j I j I alrtnsr! ,] although very ,'It!they! without rcmetimes.tell m, I

John's Itiver, near the latter city. j At Newport, 13,229 I the streets of Patb, and ti3! very theory which [: i iIaturc, the white basis: ir.cn would sing: ani correspondent innocently J left out Let me i j j'did study "me elementary m-icicipar. i

We learn from passengers on the St )fat. | Estimated ia Tallahassee, 1,200-39,625''' set up a naked female tiJnlll3 the porsonih-i 1; other song. But would it not be well for the "gh-c von the whole. It is proper to add, ;! lor g ti-ne: since, but I bare works on U*,
the WE, thttl considerable body of men (\-arioujly ; Virginia politicians to look ahead (says the Supreme Court,) to avoid miscon-1 I authority or tLc rescsaced a&
the
; cation of reason, which was to be worsip.Iped at effect "struction that do English bock* ca
I I"express rcE.
( we not mean to imply cr; "
reported from 300 to iCO | Increase in law.
) arc en. receipts 2,330() their
; i to have
quarreling? the
on basis of
t : : opinion on the question \vbeth-j
Jacksonville and any _
camped near !, that other
I .
ies :rc oa the St. John's and Fatilla! LOd.l Election of Justices of the Peace I Said Mr. Lyons, after alluding to the heavy !. representation in the Federal Congress ? It cr or not without such assent (assent of Com; [Mr. W's friend" to, 1L.01.,,.. &

awaiting traneportation to convey :{ At the election en Monday last, for Justi- j taxes the city of New York i is required to, is well known that the North U desirous of "gress,) the State judicatures would acquire, i member from Richmond, one of lie! fbstk_

the gencrcl rendezvous of the cxpc-ditior.iils. ; ccs of the Peace of the Tallahassee District, i contribute and the "i ish there exposed for n L ,i rIving away whIt the three-fifth slave repre- f "juri ictio:1.And That h altogether a tiihvrer.t i; yers in the State. Ey the tray, we nosb

Tue youug of man the! from this city, who joined E. M. West, J. R. Lloyd, D. Wilkins, L. C. I division of the State in consequence j j sentation, and there is no telling how soon "that"question.have been passed besides in:1ri.U3 the acts of Congress instances.1 I 1[ that Mr. "-. gives the author of tie pt
a cxpcdi'.Sor.ii-ls! Macon '
company at "
tome two weeks f-inee, with \iew- to obtain, ;: Demilly and D. Cameron, were returned asj I said if there be from natural causes a i isi this! will be accomplished. The white basis on the admission of a State, providing for';;': "hon.y.fuggle"I word frequently! ;

iafonr.alion of the contemplated movement j I having a majority the! votes imilar state of things exHing here in Virginin advocates in Virginia are unintentionally fur. "the transfer of federal causes to the District| i lips of a certain notorious ex-Senator froa
be used I| it would! about the the North club Court, as in the case of loriJa, and '! Florida, with whom it
to by the .Spaniih Consul here, re. j! Schools in Georgia. I bring :tm result, adthat 'j nulling a with which! to dash saying was though to fe
turned ia the St. :,I:1tl1l'W5't'Herdn. I ( the! principle! mast be here I nothing at the lime in respect to those original The author of
\t\\I There is to be a Convention of delegates approved a? our brains out. If we of the South are net : ; i it was Eeijana
%ilL ns we can learn the fact5, he went to I : ; fife-where, because it is exactly the same.- belonging to Stale authority, may very veil f j Watkins Leigh, of Richmond
j ( allow
from each willing to the slaves to be I now
Macon, where he mingled with the: members | of the counties in the State, on tlie t i( I desire equality.Ve offer that to the vest. : represented imply! an assent to the transfer of them by who, Mr. W., waslhe tb

of the company, and liy prof.-Fsing a desire j I: 6th! July, at Marietta, Georgia,to devise somepmctit'd : We say to them,",11,11 you Irue larger inplterest > in oar own Legislatures, why should the I "the Slste to the appropriate tribunals. Even ;i scholar says and purest En .

to join them, ribUuaed thrir corCdpncc] :and a ; School system, and the means o l I in gn\ernnu'nt tl1:111! we have, you will!j I;, North consent to a representation in the National I" the omission on the part cf Congress to in- j especially the first scklr at

knowledge! of thur destination and JJl:1m-! ,1; carrying it into effect Great interest is felt :j then have the-right to tax and the right to ap- \', Legislature I Southern men should be I"tcrfere at all in the matter may be subject t ;! English Classics that I knew in Nor&Jlstf.

Ho then returned to this city, b advance ofthe on tIle subject ia all parts of the Stltend 1 ipropriate along with it. We tay, i that in thetwo the last to establish a precedent which ., to a like iznplication. And subsequent as- \( ica, not excepting_John! Qniacy .td'1Weather
company, who it will!! be rememberedi great sections of the State, each voter may "sent would doubtless operate upon past;[
t.c attendance cf the Convention is : be used to the mortal injury of the entire !I "acts of transfer I and
1hail! the State natllOri Crcjx
cams down as for ns fbe nbe: !;- mile station, cxjiccted have an equal power. No man in thee by ,f.
on the Central Ur.il load: :end turned back. to be large, and to embrace talents of tb : cast votes more than another man_ in tbe east; : South by those whore not backward in I I The foregoing taken in consideration with TEXAS. Tlic Victoria Adrocaia of fa

Hating communicated information cf the highest oidcr. Any general School system : and no man in the West votes more than another ;;, seizing upon any and every pretext to assail 'j what the Court had just said, to wit: that enI .1 j! 10th says:

movement to the Consul, be then r.tmJI: d to''i that will be applicable to oar sifter State will i]1 man ii: the west ; no man in the cast i ia I the peculiar: institution." the admission of a State, "the concurrence ff j The I late rains, taken in connection -
.Macon ii: pursuit: : of his original design to betray <; doubtless the more potent at the pulls tain another man i in: I I both the federal and! State authorities would I ; the genial weather, have Lad a faforalk

_the ox; editioi.ists, r.nd accompanied them ;; answer demands- of loriJa. I I thovpjt.." Now we do not !.,>lievt" one- man ._. Georgia. I seem to be required: ia the traasfer of the} : Science upon the crops in this rt'. TT,

on ineir way as tar as irrion :;o. .:, on the 11 Boston Waking Up I j shall exe-rcisp more power than annthcr man,, tI I Un tne olnii instant- a Democratic boutn-' :1 records, in -asos cf .pppropiate Stste jarij-i feel confident oar planters can boast a betS

Ccntrd Iload, \\lirre he .iHe.T5j"ted to leave TIle Richmond Whig learns good J j but we are for securing government and has. I icrn Rights Convention meets atMillcdgeville! i diction &f.iJulJ seem" I say, to furnish stand of both cotton and! corn, ta la r
than. Hut his designs been upon i inj it properly that it shall! a pretty good ground for the of Mr. before been known .
hruing discova uthority that the merchants of ;I : so secure us against::4o J t nominate a State ticket. On the first I I opinion ; ia Te%:
Dosto:1
(CTed he was: arrested by tho Cubans and this power of)f undue taxation. It is i a prinei- I Justice 1 homp on, that 12 assent cf Con-
: very n.tual1brm'd at the .1,;; ;Monday! in June the Constitutional Union t Ii; \.\!\:\. The Montgomery Afrertia
furceil ta accompany them, with the assuraace rapid decline j p lie which lies at the root and foundation of I tI gress express or implied is necessary. "Such j
that he fchould go to Cuba in the front i in| the Southern trade, have caused to be pub-jJ i 1 government, that that scerion of aSt.nto, whatever I Humbug J (alias Whig) party meets at the assent (says the U. :. Supreme Court) is es- j of the Cth, ia speaking of the cold vta&e,,

rans of the exjieujtion. .As:1 matter of li 1l.J an immense: number of papers, containj!j it may b?, w licther it may le north, south, !' same place for the same purpose. It is pos-I! sen ill upon the plainest principles, to an j I.snY3 :

coarse, his Ettuatioa now became .in extremei i ing: full reports of the proceedings in Sim 'I east, or west, slnll have such a ropreMnUuion i'' i uivcly asserted, and we now have no doubt i; au' ,-icd change of custody." I Several light frosts have been experienced;,

Ij unrJeasaat one, ar.d he watched every opc': : ', and Lave taken to have | as shall afford it the protection it K entitled! to."h:1t ; of the fact, that Howe Cobb has allowed 'i Whether the State judicatures would ac'quire ] but none severe enough to injure jerioof!]!
Tjortauhj* on the march to effect Lis escape. steps them very j is the highest function of government jurisdiction izilhout such assent, the j I! general vegetation; it will however, !
lie wade scveril attempt?, all of which were freely distributed throughout the South. A 1 What dues every writer on the subject tell us?; himself to be "honey-fuggled" by Toombs, I Court did not undertake to deci., simply bej !:!I retard the growth of cotton, and a feir greatly otk]

nnsuccesfeful, and in one of which' he was fired good many copies have been received here, : ]\Vhat will every speaker tell us I Ta-cation.: :I'Stephens i Co., and will be their candidate i 1 j cause it was not necessary to decide, it. Butt: ; tender pL 3s that quire a wirn tit ssltn

on and made a narrow escape from being addressed I to our principal merchants.1 No Yes fir, the highest! function of a go'"ernrneulis : for Governor ia oppositba to the regular I! they have clearly indicated what they think : son. So fV as cotton is concerned, it.iJl
ihct. The line of march was from the sfciiioi. i taxation. Ti to draw is necessary to an authorized change of custo :: admit of little
ugn can be more significant than this of the e power a-.vr.y by : nominee ef Lis former political friend Let I : question, that this cold spell of
oa the rail road, through M'Intosb, Glj-nn and i inevitable, effects :' j Lixation from the poor man the ean.ings of }Lin go.-.--if such a set of political: knaves dy, and they have said expressly-t the :;: weather, which continues np to tie prssen
CsmJen counties to the S&tilla river. The .' upon Northern trade result- I his hard labor, and the profits of his intcliijgeucc ; as i concurrence of both authorities express crj j I! writir.c1. has set it back almost, if net quite as
party crossed the Altarnaha! at Fort Hairingll: ng from the perpetual agitation of the slave- j { is the highest and greatest ofill tii"funvers rule the Whig I arty iu Georgia can throw I i implied, is esseathl. Oar Supreme Court has :I;I much cs the frosts of the two preceding KI

103, ia a c.Tnoe. The prisoner acted .is fcr-T I: ,y qucsti ):. It is i however, but the begin-; which a govenimcnt, after it is c.'lliahed : dust in Cobb's, eyes in this way, he is not |j 'said no more. It seems to me, Mr. Editor, :J sons. It seems to be the genenl opinions oi

rynjaa, and aler getting the company across,, : ning of the end. Twelve months hence, the I may exercise. It is denied to the i!jA worth retaining by his old associates. The to be very clear that the mode pointed out by ;J the planters, that they had rather have their:
Jj e availed hioistlf of the ( crowd it is denied the two opinions for acquiring jurisdiction is i I cotton under than above
all
opporturuty to cscspc -;, p eoplccf Boston will have to kings, by free people.! veriest tyro can 5ec.t] ron the grocod this foe.
learnt ; maneuvering
in the canoe; bat a.ltfr a hard'paddb"1 f lesson 1 i In humble opinion, if the! descenId.ints I much better than the right which one acquires I
we :
my are
of oai2 three or four miles down the liver, which: could have been taught them in no I of tile men who niaue this land origint -. of the wire-pullers. It is said! that the same by finding, or getting possession. The find- 1 J TI: I:55EE.-The Knoxvilfe War of t 4i ,

ho \overtaken by Us pursaere, who had other way. When they find that this great t !; ally, we shill never surrender it. Never: I ;i Convention will nominate lIon. James Buchanan er of a pocket book full of money, with the i j i 26th says :

obtained another )boat, and carded back.- < source of their wealth and prosperity has almost !- ;' have no idea of liberty when it I i. gone. I.!1! for the Presidency, and probably name of the owner inscribed on one of the j' Daring the two months pst, we tr

The company parsuM their march, keeping: :: dried up-when die retiled davcholJers'I have no idea of fl(10m11 that bclungs to I i'i J Jones of Tennessee will be put on the same I leaves! might assert the same rifht to the con j" had occasion to visit cur cosnfcj-, fron Ws I Iingtoii .
a close guard o\cr their prisoner, until within i r.ja and all that the I tents. BOO. to Hamilton counties; and cae p.1
:1 ., my family, belongs to i!!
no rf'o. ticket for the Vice "
longer the I
uboul eighteen luks of Ucthel buy various products of their r j Presidency., Georgia, There :rr. of our business; has been the finta
in Camden ; pie among whom I live, i is in the power of:[I I Boo has his say, and now who ;; to note :;
county, when a favorable opportunity prewnJ| ,J; looms l and workshops, it is probable that the :
ted itself while on the march, in the night;: ,J.! ratings of Theodore Parker will sound Jess 5'!:' that we pay as they! choo e. Gild! it as you : Herald, w ill not go into National Con- I sion cf the whole i{ fine and pitched upon a lazi seal TIt
matter
and lie finally cflVcted Ids He I : choose call whatever !!!i even admitting that i winter passed, has cnsbed faroOT !b
esrape. trav.) rnuiical to their cars, and the diatribes of ; it by name"3-011 may, vcr.tion, but act as a guerrilla ia the next the: t open
died ecnic two days and nights, when 1 be Charles Sumner full to excite their ]; but when you have power by process of law, i!i. ]Presidential Campaign. Alabama, I records Jo'of riht belong to the Federal! i iGovernment make greater progress with titer work of n-
reached Brunswick, where he took the! boat' :I i customary j! 4 day after day by degrees! slow or fast, to take Missis&ipj ? Why, limply i .-that Con1:! 1 pairing fences and preparing tnegrocsd tIn
wlich! brought bira to tlis city. Thus bs I i: C flt.husiaL"It jaw i 'ay from mo nil that I earn, and, if you i j ri i and Tennessee will join in the movement, gross having provided for the transfer of 1'ever' was known before; and f the sett

terminated an adventure, which, whteveimay r j j i i I has been stated that the Southern trade'! I i please to exercise the power, to turn out rny ,j't' | and by this means, if the election should be federal can'es to the District Court and ,j j from this en should W favoraHe, there ill i

be thought of its propriety, caue near of Boston has already declined two or three :'offspring' when I go down to the grave deso- ;i j': 'carried into the Hone, we shall! control l about I said j| be grain enough raised in E. Tennessee, 1 t.J_
being a very ierioas matter. .!j I millions of dollars. We arc glad of it '! 'l late because the government has robbed lhelnl 1 1j forty votes for Mr. Buchanan, which he having nothing "in respect to those i ibelonging supply all l Georgia and South (' oI Ti

TLc Company from wUcb the young man 1 that we would not:t i I j i of nil they were entitled to-you may ,could not otherwise receive. Old to Side authority," its assent i s ; Jon::; wheat looks wet*-so W oats c

escaped, were on their way to Burnt Fort, ;, wantonly rejoice at injuries to i freedom if you ploa:e, !but it i is slavery, lei! i' party lines implied from the omission to legislate, and j j fruit is abundant. There i is htfe docgerii ot
op the Satilla Uivor, which is to: be the prin- ;: her citizens, but because Mich treatment on :' potUm sort of government which f I shall !I j in this State are wiped out, and the old isjsues j, therefGre the possession of the records by :i the loss of Suit by frcst, altaoa fersbr
dpi rendezvous of lUe! the part of tho South! : cannot be h'ed. 'l1 I; been entertained."
Union
cxpedjtionit.!, andTiere j ; tiny have a tendency t< ;struggle against as lung as I am able. j re\ c party our State judicatures was not obtained I
through I
\wouU\ ba they cspectcd some 1,500 Georgians: i produce a more healthy tone in public scnti-!i|i Mr. WISE. Let it ever be whimpered i io the} 'with i a majority oflwe.-. thoU5lcd'otcs in force, artiSce or accident" the G:OGU.-Tlie 3iIsdScva! rJi.-I r.
concentrated. It I acqcicsccnce
!
was undcrttood I mont, and unless this takes western conltn'-! it I be heard in thunder 'the State are, opposed tu 1 ,
>
taat Ixvo vessels with provij ions and : place, the Union ; } a general system of L !i of Congress being understood though\ cion of the Cth last, says:
> arms1 1 j
must be dissevered.i : tones over the: mountain top and sent back: to i internal
wen waiting for them This mode of improvements. They are satisfied < The freq'K-nt, heavy and edJ nla d
the making'j
at mouth of the no "authorized change of has been
i the low lands, for these thunder : custody" "
tunes I II
r'rer: ad iv.Mild: convey them to the general j abolition cities like Boston feel the loss oi'' ; may : with the tariff! of 181l5 ; but, for harmony's'' This I chilly eights of thIs pig tee te1Jetl
come up ?ome of these days, that black slavesare 'i I given. we understand to be the extent'
rendezvous! of the Expedition, which is one Southern trade, is "OZC way of maintaining proposed here ns the imndationofpover sake, would! acquiesce in some slight! modiiication I i of the decision of the j this one of the most unprop trios w..30ll3fo
j Supreme Court of the I
of
the cotton within That en
caait Uanc'in tho f recollection ?
" : neighimrLosd! a1'Southern rights! and of bringing the Northern in your government, and shall! cniih the voice ; ?. They are opposed to a bank, and I U. S. and I our cscl
W.t nothing The is
Key tt and where it was understood of i more. difierence now at least t..ee a belnd i ita 1
people to their i of: majority] of freemen and lilA ;to the annexation of
It is | Canada Cuba.
senses. you array or
telling. j COOStion
fcc Up- advance
Urgs :1111.1 iit.g some ten to fifteen ji! I freemen then, between the old and die present SupremeCourt at this date, and its resent
the white
I
thousand men wouU be concentrated. Frcin San Francisco. j and mn there of this State again. 1 on this platform wa shall rally, and my word I of the State amounts to this-the first is such that lice, sore sir. snd all Ib
property, be f T.r'
your can no security
, Passengers ii tho Matthews The i for it, the balance of will be ia J other diseases incIdent to tu cln; p.
slat that
!
bodies of- ? Steamship Alabama has arrived from j f for it. 1, as an eastern man, ns tlavc-liolder! power oar denied the right of Congress to the records't i j .
Le
men were coming iuto the : 2i.ind3 expected to uitervcir. I
and j may *
San shall exercise
on the Satilh and St. John's! fiom camps Francisco, bringing dates to the 1st of, n. pro-slavery man, protes.t r.giinst this wllr.e we a controlling iafluence and of course the necessity for an authorized !; be next ta
; crop may already pronoDncd u
every quarter than blindiies. Procltirn! it lhre! ( in the election.
pril.ccouut judicial to "
and that it was rumored that a conr-iJcrn.j from the mining districts i were ] ; transfer, express or implied, while the latter !i possible.} In the np-coantry thre Wt3 ,
LIe force has already arrived, wlio were wait-: j f very favorable any many new discoveries had ; State proclaim it, tit! the flee white people of tJli! } Chnpptll, who could'nt stand the taritT of admit the right of possession but Congress on Friday morning; ia Atlanta\ "
not to be : _
i.ig: a fclcamer to transport them to the ren-, been made. The District Court had decided: ': protecting are slave trus'41th, and; when the once power of I': IS 12, and came over to tho Democrats in I I having failed to make the "authorized transfer !; Tlie corn crop, though baekuvi 1.J 0" '1
j property
tie c1Cl\"OUS. that!The steamer expected, is "tJtlt's! s I:' in favor of Sutor's claim to all tho lands on nnnounce such! doctiiiO: nut! renounce you al! j j'confidence consequence, is to be tickled with the Con. ," its assent to their! possession by th I been essentially b j nred. Thee T.C3-a.cso :
tame has been c.'r.turcd hj' the Coy. i gressionsl scat from the! i crops generally are promi i:1 .
'rm Clt It 'ew.! York. 'J1I !j which Sacramento City is now built. There i; in them, they will know your rea- ;j'J Macon District, in : State is taken for granted-in ether words it I ; :
capture may) had been J ;on for it, and that that is distrust of place of Owen, appointed consul to Havana.A I Ti'
no further reason a ; "
serious : to elect Are THE crt*"
attempt METHODIST i iI
prove a obstacle to the} expedition, i ifts a Sena- them. "implied. we right, Mr. Boo? Ifsoj I. Cnrcru > ;
it will cause considerable delay. If however i tor. The lo's by the fire at Nevada was trine that'nlllhe lie would gentleman not trust preach(the the doe. ':; cousin of Cobb's i is to succeed him in the I I then Mr. Justice Thompson was aware that j I I New York Post says: This nuci to8 *cE

transportation: is ail they! want, we would !i i greatly exaggerated ; it will not exceed 400,,. '! power of the peopl'i { He siid more sovereign than! 1 I Athens District, and so on in the other District -I our possession wa, after all, O. Iv.-(no allusion case, a result! of die separation ,f&a ch1rthI_ I I
not be surprised to hear that they bad made 000, dollars. 'I' that Ho *. The organization: of the Union Party :I :
stated lli..tincththtt he would ; the has !leanngj
bold to chatter not to Sfnlinerj correspondent who, finally been set down for aIrJti
craft the Welaka! and such other!I' fI..A.'T"_ I ,. _. trust the mnjoiityof the people with the pow- i j throughout the State is so remodeled as to [ for be States Court in tub cityoa&a 1-, I.
'
know
as they way conveniently lay their! ;J.J Ana HUH. H LI. iancy has oecn 1 aught we may oa'-anJ) the j
I er to [list I 'draw in as democrats I
protect property. is the :
heresy as
Lands o:. f nominated ( many possible, upon elaborate in the 'of May next.
the I opinion .
j as Southern Innerarity ,
Rights candidate assailed. What case was
j i not trust the of the
A f.-w days will tell tho of the \ i' majority j i the plea that the Union is in danger, and \ I eI '
Cuban i the
EtA ti01J. If it should fail story for Congress in the Montgomery District, Al voters-not trust the sovereign power of the ,on Georgia depends its sahltiona! only a grand flourish of trumpets, just by way j I Counsel for the complainaat I'I'I
the .1 D:1clIJ.or
opposition of through active abama. His competitor ilJ probably the | State with the j power of protecting property ? j I Iof of showing that the Court had its own views i (dLt Episcopal Church SonGtrE
our government, wo feel i the quackerivs of 4S.
ir.jte: confident that its minion will only be J: Hon. II. \\. Ililliurd, who, it seems, has not holders No, says the the gentleman, I will pro property i and was not going to hold them back, even .j. 'of New York, Reverdy. msor.onI jbJ4 i!

r* laycd. A popular movement, GO derp-roo-j been appointed to a Foreign mission by the I j trust majority tv.holJC'rs in the! legislature: ; I can I| 3-; Brother Carlilc of the Waknlla Tines i if their unnecessary promulgation did amount I Ito : and Daniel Webster, of 313.":hase $
propel onljwith the Kjwer of!
urd as this, may bo frustrated at the time, but i President. I protecting mixed basis' i calls tIle attention of die Floridian and a useless attack on opinions pronounced I, For deuce, the Metao&tChurch EpISCOP1 !
it is propertyTbo pro- ; \oJdo
evident thnt ,
_. __ a Fr.Jrit. h. 'aroused. _h howevertUIJJUSiIUCUiL I I losses nothing else. If anything eNo, what isj;: ticntinel' to tae! recent decision of a Ken. by its prC'd ces50rs. It was a mere voliuileer i i E. L. Fancher, and George

later effect the It n1t.v omancip.iJion h", \"iiCh of,\Cuba.ill oont'r It or is I .A Supplemental Florida.Digest of the Laws of ;;'; it i { Tho gentleman shakes his bead, !but tells 1 1 tucky Judge against the Constitutionality of opinion unnecessary because impotent to affect -i j I New York, and Rafus Choate of JIs.ssc' Ir

the duty of our '-\f'am"Jt t-> p-"St't\"O the I] are informed that a Digest of the Laws':'j I i iWo I ns fiiend positively from \\'ht..eting anti deliberately(Mr. JACOB, and called.after my his It'i 1:1; law of that State taxing Foreign Insurance the possession of the records, which are :I setts.

neutrality of the nation, and to discountenance of Florida Supplemental to "Thompson's' ;';: :attention no Ics than three times)to d!e mono ; Companies having: agencies tliere. Well, in ours in spite of fate, for, says the Federal Ox THE ROAD FREED1'he C04'

every infraction of our treaty stipulations i i Digest" is now being prepared for publication i j I strous proposition-that rather than yield this 'good time, brother, that little matter shall Court the silence of Congress "may very TO clt.5.11'=

with administration Spnin; but it to h expecting! too ruuch ofLie I by W. J. lid1'', Es.l member of tho Pen. |property power in the I legislature i -this power'i I be attended to. We give the blunders in the well imply an assent to the transfer of them cord (X. II.) Statesman 0fhe23thLast f-omS b.'

it suppose that with all its I sacola ; is designed to embrace i in the legislature to check the sovereign at the Innerariiy case" a last kick to-day, and by the State to the appropriate tribunals." Tuesday seven fugitives Basta.t.e )
vigilance can prevent what has come to be ) not only such laws as have been II cannot the sb\"c.uttbizJ
cnacj I j poll*, that lie would sever, this daJ"I I arm South and from
tho find it in our heart to increase tho But here we will leave the '
regarded :3 inevitable distiny" ofCuba. )jtcd finco the.publication of dose subject, heartily ia ton -: i
"Thompson'sI: 14\ nians this .
j Mr. OXS. What I said this sub. pas.ed through place :
Digest!" but also amendments, modifica-h! upon in the same paper. For die! present, however tired of it, as we -aspect our readers are also.
nI j ject j was precisely this- stated it twice in their for the oppress,
: to an asylum ,
tioas and repeals whole in turn his honor of In the hands cf U O.K. "K. way
or part of forK!I order that I might not be misapprehended. wo Kentucky over to O., and Boo, I fro
ItsSl'nl: ladies of Troy have introduc. mer laws. Such n Digest; this, 13 at !I1 "Boo who if i it remain until the to the land of the free, end ti7
a prl- do not desire! but I shall deprecat divt i we are mistaken, will soon may day of judgment, foraught *;j
ed a new feature at their fair3, from which cut much desired by the Lawyers and Judi. I! (sion of the State. I prefer Virginia to remain write him down an ass." we care. reached Canada in safety oa "ed1 J'S5 rq
they realize much handsomer than cinl! ofcer throughout the State. It will j i ,one community, and I would hereafter I Scarcely a day passes but more or f

lot'erit1!. AH! the best looking girls wear(1'0111j prove :work of great public utility and i ]h have heretofore, in my public life, vote to The South Carolina Convention. jJ-: TIle Charleston Mercury denies the lives escape from this land of slavery toBt.J..

cards Kisses one shilling each :"and convenience, and should have a place in the of less charms six cents. Gentlemen arc cx.f office of every Lawyer, Judge, Justice, of the I i that are to keep us united. But does Editors Journal !bSs:1rhusetbis ttSlli
)
IVnce and Executive officer <$ Miesenger:-The State manufacturers have obtained the contract ford, and other p:ces in .
to in
pecU-d according to tho the State.Pcasacola .
go weight of theirpurses. -
any gentlemen suppose that I am to ba terrified Convention, composed of Delegates from the for the the of the o ern
State track
making
It is stated at a lato fair one Democrat.Wo arms for which the Carolina place,over
rosy- at all by such threats A\e have heard! so several Southern Rights Associations,
lipped, bright-eyed girl realized tixty-two djl-l.bra learn that decision bus been made at often upon this floor, that if we did not yield in this city this afternoon, and was convened organized Legislature appropriated 8300,000 nits road. 1'- !
in 'a fcingla night nnd another sine ada : this question, they would Atk for n division oftho by the appointment of the following i last session. Tho Mercury says-"Xo IT is said t.at words hurt, nOb0t1. 1 1I
favorable to the
half. One gentleman purchased elorjn Washington, payment of the State \ I say, if they mako that issue, officers, viz: Es-Governor J.P. RICHARDSON arms of any kind for South Carolina, are to thclesf, Sampson fatted a thoUl1d
dollar wort hot sweetness. interest claims of Florida, for losses from 1812. and that will have President \\'. I
4 say they a division unless ,, P. Seabrook,J. S. Ashe, X. L. bo manufactured North of the Potomac, and I i. death. 7
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troi Jim Jewel's Cousin. The Hicccsniic HaiL FLORIDA Pnocncss.-We see much every LLOYD'S DABUERREAN SKY GALLERY NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE the .4

19 H-TMJSED & FIITV 1. jl'r. Editor:-I am informed that after the day to encourage us in our most ranguinc tn1 PERFECT Fpodmcn* of nature taken at the estab- CONSTITUTION OF .THE STATE OF FLORIDA

first day of July the two horse Mail-coach ticipations of the future progress of our State.A Judunent in one second, according to the latest TE sut>*cribcr lia opened a jjencrnl CI/JTIIINO ., .

!sj&rson Iounty. Flurjday.j from Tallahassee to Jlotiticcllo, pasting by marked activity in all departments of business uTT-rwments in tLo art,by -I- and FOUN1SIIINO ESTABLWUMENT madwr .Idoplfdly tie nflh 'Gtneral JfttrmWy, and yiAMrdinpvruiance .
May 10, ISM. is J. B. LLOYD. South of Messrs. Lewis& AniS,vhef bo U nowP"g of Article XI Vt Section 3,
be discontinued and that is evident
Ikes: CC SZFI Miccorukte, i is to the the lumber trade is assuming j a well relucted aswortnvnt of dtjpenor and .. ef the Con aWuiwn.

lire of the road & dont gil tic nuse rcg- Eastern Mail line, by tome arrangement at increased importance every day ; we hear of Notice. fashionable READT-MADS CLOTHING united 'W .

j i cd in the fl.uridaj Coutinel a letter Washington, is to pass through that place. M'Tcral establishments about to be erected on HOOPERS fc WhEEL TVRIGIIT3 WASTED.V .- the reason, xi-.tituj ia part COATS.. VESTS and AN ACT f o amerd the Devenlh Claw ef tfce Fifth

er, but e wlicl1rnc We people liung in the MIccosuUe! settlement the River St. Johns and of tome in the interior. V_ most excellent opciiinq f>ra few good workmen PANTALOONS, of vanons ct?les and qualiti**.;- Article vftb< Constitution of this Slate ; and als'!

TitlJy .Tin: cwt, r'**' on Ill; Muddy, supposed, when imitations for proposals The turpentine business has, we learn, of tlmve' trades, particularly if steady, iadustrilus white ilerino and fcncy colored SlIinTS all qualities; Silk, to amend Ao Act amendjtory of. the "JVellth
mitclj. Jlc an Jim is huscns, and ,and Cotton Underi'birti and Drawer?; Gloves, Clause of lh Fifth Article cf the Constitution of
tflDifted to carry the mail as heretofore were published proved successful under all the disadvantages willing to' work fur reacenable JA\ It would Hftficrr; Silk and Linen Ilandkerchiefs Swick Sum
be the Third and Fourth
fl nurcr did adraklj kum up io my no00 thixt it wn doMgned to continue the of a ne
how. He haint bean blest' withgrCfl present arrangement if bids were offered. backs of the*want experience; the Peninsula May KI, 1851. 18 Puma. Portet Books Corflli. Brushes. At; TUA V- .Tn'ti-s; tr. |he People .

tIn;, like ''ie 0)ler or bcan anole liLts, 1 am informed, were offered, but to affords a field for this bnsir.eps to any extent ELLI.NT. TRUNKS. CAKI'ET BAGS and VA- QEC1 ON 1. Efit tnacttJ ly the Senate and 4'i
r"nc'Hs JOHN P. K. SAVAGE, L1CES. UMBP ELIw\S; to'cthierwitha1rsre a-nrt- _: House of Rrpresrnlitthrf oj tfeState of Florida
I don't know who the We have four steamboats plying
gratify some body now
rnent of Ilats Boots Shoes all ofwLi.h .
unlle Tim and ant Dilsy, wliarve Caps, A.on in General.lsstml/y ccnctnfJ, That lheEJrTentli
I whole arrangement has been changed, and regularly between the St. Johns River and ATTORNEY AT LAW, :: will be sold cheap for ca h. CUnseof theFttlh Article( Constitution

kinder rnung die fro EJlcrs, \A il bep we are depitved of the advantage which a Savannah, were, eight years since, there was TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. W. T. MITChELL of this Stale and al-o an Act entitled, An Act to

xniwls. Lt Ipd Vi-iicn they seas this btcr ov0int Strge Coach gives us. bat one and that principally sustained by a May 10, 1851. 13 tf Tallahassee, MayS, 1851. 17 tf amend the Tweltth Ciauf f the Filth Article of

'11eave I also informed that there invitntion mail Ancient the Constitution this Stteo that the Judgrjof
1ir tiI3Y nny more 'njjucn am were no contract- Cify.A
3is Look at This Boots and Shoes. the Circuit Cvurts shall hold their officer for !ha

n'tcs than Jim this, an thay olcrs sedj lot bids to carry the Eastern mail Sewed and etl Calf Boot Con- term of eiht years, in.tead of during good behavior
: BTJSIIKLS
SE1'TEit.-A raw boy, coming into a printing -I :znr CORX, t1INE J'g ;
Moniiccilo and of the "
warmint iu the .-urIJ through course public ItVU 8000 jiouruis Rides, i _t_ Calf and Ivip Siof! and Bftcani.u.t be, and the same are hereby so amended *
,
1i'i prcaicst oflicc to learn the business the foreman gre.
: vas read follow viz That the first
%
in: generally could not anticipate thst the contracts 4000) Shoulder.12uO I opened and for said cheap at the 2ev to as : on Monday
a lie WB'-l b? share to greo with the croud, would be so arranged discontinue asked the question. sugar-cured llama, ClotLiug Store. i'tOIober. in tiie year or.e thousand ei4ht handreci

ce Indent no funnncss an thay hadentj.cr tie jiresent arrangement, fnd change the have you ever set any ?V meaning type of C tierce* Rice, \T. T. MITChELL every and fifty-three six years, thereafter and on(the, there first Monday shall be in elected October by s

,jcicr.ce in his mortal kaniUar, no Low.jjjjjjjjl Eastern mail line, so as to make it pass throiiirhMontict'llo course. 100 barrels Flour, May :3,1S51. 17 tf the qu.rl.tied elector of each of the respective Judicial

7o m1 l Iwau kit out for cumthing, but and of course no 0113 who could Set I reckon I kin ; hain't I set all our old 20 "4' Tori. do. Superior Green and Black Teas. Circuits of this State one Judge of the Circuit

in makin and i? this da have i allowed hens ? and didn't every one of them hatch out 4 J.ird-10 kef Court, who shall reside in the Circuit for which hu .
mis twtdy ppilod put ina: bid if he des'ircd was to 10 Whiskey, iinl I rnot
to everything CASES
TEA. wljici! bo
superior can rccoramcndeL Leelected and continue in cCce for the term
under old ,
his kiml. Ant J>ilsy feed every egg put 'em, except speckle else bnnirlit the 3 may
iEmal patnni or participate in the biddings. This I suppose that mar* be wanted can be nt liEUKY i ROWLEd. of six from and alter the first day of Jatxury
ce VBS a good boy at fcst, but be tack a is very jut to the public. But 1 suppose the that went off' and left her ne.it-consarn her store of S. S. KNIGHT. May 3, 1851. 17Notice. nest urceedin years < his election, unless sooner rccovtd

tart, tn turned oat to kruortin anl interest of the public and of the people of old jiicUir? May 10. 1S51. IS under the pro\' ions made in Ibid Constitution fcr

7g l bad that no body bleavd him alterCK MiccosakSe in particular ought not to be con- 'You'll do,' said the foreman, '! don't want Bacon &c. the removal Judgei by addicss impeacbrnent : '

liowsumdorcr i want to *sa sam- siJerodvhen weighed with the interest of you to set Lens, but to set .at the stand.* A LL persoa1 indebted to the.estate of John FergnXJL And for willnl neglect of duty, or other leasonabla
pet TUST revived from New Orleans per \V. R Pcttcs son. late of Waslun tou County, dcctstv, are cause which t.haU not be .nfbcient ground for impeachment
Waal that's wont to
this ut'ir ::i iite inatr that ..tjiiii3c3 cither in Florida pqulre ; you me
tb <: some particular persons or IanJ Tdlata.re. requested to maLc payment to the un.lf-rsijme-l ; and the O> ernor shall remove any of then
f o. t vss like Jim nt fuit. i didcntllcjrc at Washington. Yours, at the stand, like them set of fellers jickiugup 15TOO pounds Middlin and SLoulders, those bavin; demands aj-.unft the fame, arc hereby. on the address cf two-third of the General A'seabSv -

i in the doni'jstik kon tiiaii-iu of eiavry, 7.IICCOSUKIC. them jigutcarecs, do you ? Waal, here 8500 bulk Pork, notified to present them within tbc time jwe cribcd bv : ProeUiJ, !owrrr. That the cau ->, or causes,

o* alters aFes. i jest; begin goes.' 0 barrels Moss tt law, or the payment thereof will be barrel hall bs stated at length in such ad !rp and enter b
tat: e5cktinjcuti 75 extra anil superfine Flour, JAMES M. LONG, 2ualifiwl Executor. ed on the Journals 01 each: .1uu proviile jjliankur artcr sum ov the domcsnk konstjllfion corrcircnEri'nce (f the Spirit of(ht EoWFs.Oot Persevere.Knowledge cannot be acquired 5 casks su. ar-cured Hams, Wruhington County, May Z, 1&31. 17 6t That the cauie or causes, *hall be nctiGed to the

myself au tho i kudcni kcui it st fust, MarIon ('nnrtty, Florida, ) without It is trouble 6 b.ue l Judj; so intended fo be removed ; and be shall be '
piinsartd applications.;
n like cum men do for oiliu, artcr the April 8th, 1S31. 5 barrtl* family Mcs Beef South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. admitted to a bearing in hisown d fenre, bcfere any
some, and like deep digging for pure waters ; 20 i keg* Lcxd: vote for such removal shall pass; an(12a.ichcaMPi.,
eDel don ttle then over ajrin that they \'bcn I tell the true state of the forvardness BUSHELS are daily expei'tccl from Charleston
you but when once you come to the spring, they 5 Go-hen Butter, 9 the rote shall be taken by tees sod najs arid cnUitd -
ttt i a it, an ct l.--t i JtumcJ iiim on thwu ; \ of the crops in this latitude, I fear rife and meet von. tierces snpir-cnred smoked Beef, 9.-, via New York per ecir! Marc iowanEngngements on Jorrrnalsof esch Il" se, re'r ectively.SEC. -

1 ilood rile up to the ekraich ; but Jim that tome of your t.griccltui&l reader.0, Mill up 5 U.rre!* Nw Orleaiu Syrup, may be made fir them against tLeiiarrivalt 2. Leit further enacttif, Th.it saidi-lecttoa
The diver for peails plunges into the depths Put up in tiercea of tn rrj lwl'* eurh. hall beco.ductet1, and the r tnrn' thereof rr.ad ia
1e oant Ltfl tiUs out like a n an, an takeflics be lialf !incliiu-d to Sitit down as a 3Iunchaascn. 400 bu.-Kls Corn. ?
the North tJM> South. Hat i'51 of the sea, and the man who aspires to glory The abave '*.d* vi'l' 1 1' nld on reasonable terms.BERHY BERRY i ROWL1S.3IaC (he manner now prescribed, or which may herealterbe
with nut But I that 1 till be
asrurp 3-ou under his night in vizi's.' i IIOWLE3, Auctioneers, ic. 13S1. 17 pre'cnbcd by law, for the election of member to *
to Wamenasltun. if he badcnt jest asoat and not over the mask.On passes Kay 10, 1851. IS Cengre-s ; and it shall be the duly cf time Oovcrncr '
# i I Srtlbat
mr me >onn-U. as to ua as ue ms. the first of April, 1'aul McConnick, Stock; of Cotton. HOZITPEUEH FEMALE iISTITUTE. toi j4-Ue a eITmjSIOn, under the seal of the State, ,

et.U" .* v'1 piiU-ti'kin mvctin, as tried to vho ifc&iiles Lr.kc had Flour Com Bacon &c. tothe person rereivir the hijhert nambPi of votf i
Csq. near Orange ,
Statement f the cf Cotton at r Term ref the Female
Comparative < Ilcccipta pIIE twrr.ty-fir't Montpelicr in the Judicial Di.tiict iu which the election i is |
lDalO an o bit, but it \roa t doc : he kant K fvarcs on Lls coiton. his crop is lonp and the Tuts, at the litest dates.1S51. THE underfilled ha jest rwiveJ direct front New JL Institute"will commence on Thursday the Otli had. 1 1SEC.

m lit : tb meetings is groin, and the fehoit ttar.le. His corn urcs then as high asa 1W;). ;ji increased aupj>!y t-i tLu tAllowing artictet dar of June nest 3. Lfil furt7.tr enacted* That whenever i

; *-v't.: is jr tiia better aa better; the man's head. I allude to Mr. IVlcC. by ;'rvt Orleans. .April 23_8C7,9i2 732.41 : Tl.is Institution is under tu superintendence of the the General Assembly shall create a separate Supreme >.

that sjicckod laKlSafcalay jest v.-ciit tiit. bccau&e he is known and .: bile._. .. .4 25. .4'2.1.4.' SlU.557 O'j bbk extra FLtr. 40 do. MM*. Pork, under-i ned, who resides upon the rpot. and devotes apart Co.irf, or Chancery < oart, under the pnvij-
tu i tel name, cstcnsi\cly TCJU--'_. 12 27,533_ 23,1 6 lo'j: sacks Corn, 12 caks Sides, of his tune to Instruction and Lecture?. Daring ions ol this Constitution, the :udge, thereof shall I Ibe
lJ r t'Je dut cters pertilar giipins, no douLt personally, to yo.ur readers. Florida.. 28. .148.991-15 ,417 4 ba Rio Coffee, 1 eu-k Porter, his necessary absence, aa BMiop of the Diocese, the elected in the manner provided it, he first section *

,iu lie iJ ; nfl sure s vi was bon.d, thrtJm The character of the soil, and the salubrilyof Savannah,_. 1-Iay 1 .S,518. 23,21 1 1 birrel Lard, 1 d>. Lard Oil, Rev. Mr. Bra j has control .>T the Institute.Ei of this act, and shall hot! tetr ofliccs for thesamft *

tite bJnre him. I recbiii taLin noteszin t'se eli: :uo ia Enst Florida, have been Charleston,_ 1 SC8.543 C05,471S.519 20 ke M 4 ca>l> Shoulders :lit Teachers are cnue.i f! tin ennung Term termand ta subject alUhepro i ions jsidGist |

; Imt i door hope be wont Lead CIH with greatly! underrated abtoad. N. Cnrolmi,. April 19. 11E JJ>. 1 hn-Jiad Sapsr, 4 barrel* clarified d,ir
be did that iast wun. i kar.t court Virginia,. 1. 14.0SG 8,330 1 IL Bet-f Tories 1 tierce Rice, combined w uh retircmf-nt, is offered t j the Supreme Cor.rt tlia'.l be elected hy general ticket; .,4
the prair While inuij' mjipose t'.iat ponds and quagmires C i biAs No 1 Mackerel, 2 da No. 2 Mackerel, voung ladies of the Sf
EotcIi, hut U nvas sumtbiii like ibis: cover the lace of the country, the 10- 2.OC'S1S iS2i4t. 2 dozen jnr- Brandy PeucLes ha lrancli< French Latin, if d.-ircd, Mu u, Vrcal fed by general ticket, or by Districts, as the Leg'ulature *

flit
tec oui>elvc fcs urUiers sc us. county is dry and elevated. Tl.c soil is productive PIE FRUIT PickeK Scrap.Stirch,and every thn? l.y most competent instructors from England, Gerjuany. SEC- 4. Jf if furtifr enacted THt should a

!rotv r.'isier Dike s Jim didcnt pra that in 'llio climate is Increase in Hctcpi 210,90 1Erfrtrls uuit1)y] found in a Grocery btorc, i\hich I o3Vr f.r France, and tie! United State. vicar.ry occur in eiir.cr the Supreme, Chancery, cr f
beyond conception '
Ports. sale on tern as fjvor.ible is? any other houoe ia the TERMS :-Two hundred an.l fevep-tr-five dollars Circuit Court, by death, ren, removal, of |>
tcrls fa Ie cfl bc thud so liitn elf as ullicr mild and bracing. Although frost is rarely to Fvreiyn cty. Call and see for vuurauU es.iijy per annum,one bun Ired and '.frs payable in advance, i.thetwi-e. it shall be (he duty ol the Governor ti> \

$ M l.iii, thir wad l La no moore pence in eecn here, yet lljcrmomctcr does not rise as To the latest dates, .18.0-T,1 -l.S32r-fc3 JO.lBJl. Ib A. IL FELKELL an J one hundred and twenty-fit in January. No extra issue a writ of election tn fill such vacancy, and ho 1shall

tlitt: rs fa.!ily ; the konfidoncc nn rcspeck j jtroud l.ijh as in lufat4l-4)i) in the tLadc was its '4 4' .1810-50 10S5.523 ciianje except fur Books, Siatkmery, Drawing give' at least sixty dare' police thereof by pro *

bs lotf, 3 Jim \voud luse liib be. i rend j jt.i' altitude here hsl On Consignment, Materials cr Medical attendance. Vacation months, clamation and the Judge sr elected to fill such Vacancy -i
greatest summer. Increase Li Export.*,. .. .. .. .. .. Tallahassee.*' May and December. shall continue in olKce from the time tie qnal *
'< Hut the pid 1 'jss is goin on inliladdercop. On the 7th of last February I dined with Clioi e Liquors per
) Stock on hand ct tlie Jurfs.TotLclatcstdates For furtlier particulsr apply to W. S. TVEuilvO. iflsa under his comrni ion, which shall be issued J
; Thoy just raped 1 hundred dol- Captain Ileardon! md on l.is table were I f\ BOXES Cab-net Iluby" Caonipaignej Esq, Treusurer of the -titute in Macrn, or to Rsv. immediatt-ly alter the final canvas of the voles by I
.. .. 1S50-1 505,218
!
!l.-rs th.r l.'iU: Sr.turdn u-itliont no truble, en j Gr.en Peas, Beets IrUh Potatoes, and the .4 .4 .' 50U.1S3 IL? I Pale Sberrv, Seneca G. Bra g. Moatpelier, Monroe County, Ga.Poit .- which his return determined : Proddedhmcertr, f
u {
Lrpssne to .cud lite( of far .r>0 no. tic 'gusty brtt: Cabbage I ever saw-all from his 5 Brown ( Office, Macoa) That sUonid it become necessary to fill any such vacancy -
gar "
Otard 1342 iiart, election held 1
5 Brandy, STEPhEN before an can be urV.tr the piovUioiisot -
repu! lie si "iO no. die kolmnbcs tiniOE for inet.uruojs j den. Yet these luxuries do not grow spontaneously. Increase ia f dad. 5,083 i; -nliitc.pa'.e Diocese ELLIOTT. Jr., this Ccn'ilulion, the Governor shall! havo j jtnepower
Ei&op (fthC Georg
of
trontrihu:, liun inang lie! pwvlc fur j jth A litile labor is absolutely necessary. f; Dnj.lns :: IIrpnps'y" Brandy, MayS, 1831. 17 Ct to HU such vacancy by appointmentand ,
Tribute cf 4. 14'avion I) r-k Bran I well known shall hold his oltee Irorn the
S. cf T ) Di.-ky Jonc"," a perfect'CorJL.l, date of his corr.rnis-'ion until his successor shall b.
Inn is gt ui nhi'J, an when old Cditirr kumstlinw. Now, I advise no man to move to the MAC OUA DIVI Jjirition; It-join, 3fay 5, ltol."V7iraEA 10 boxes Lond-.m Brown Stout, duly elected and qualified. j jSEC.
Idreol1 l \il be JJot-c Ly.Hni nxcs country until bo has examined for Linself.: O. 10 Scotch Aie. A LL persons are hereby arcwsmcd and cautioned 5. P.c it Jurtfitr enacted. That the second '

wiv the Chilian3 ever left tich a grit? jJasc.i Yet I mtrst Bay, that if one will work four % Our esteemed brother.mid JOIINATII the iv affiicive The above Liquor*arc sucli as can be recommended Acgainit trading for a certain! j.romisoory XOTL, section of said act In atnend thet\vehih rfau! fn 4 -
Hn leavc-s her 1'MEJc. has been called ni our by The best offered in this market given by the under-signed to I-liain F.Juun-on or bearer Constitution ot this State, and adopted by the third $
tie gjd
i Luc: j i.! < pa.ty; dadyaii days out of the six allotted! for labor, he can : hand of ProviJt-wo: Be it therefore to the public. ever
six afcr date dated and executed
110WLES Auctioneer ic. pr-yablc weeks and fourth General Assemblies as aforesaid.be and
BERRY i
1 v'-i! she tflkeb a haiikena for a luxuries uniis'C'l of wealth inn d. That l the Ws of our *,
matny enjoy : by men Jlftoir we deeply ( 'i> 13Tl by me on *r January 1SC1 the same is hereby abolished ; but if i is hereby -
Ib51.' provided
bf'ia.i-1,10: ;_uv i h liu lo moke munny, &r., more northern latitude. Tho country is wor )l'T I in it her, wn to the lr.'t nour .f ;lii I* life; sriveFtrkif May 10. hundred dollars. (*900.) as the coi-idtrmti fur wlkaajd that the General Assembly shall, by the con- j{

tsjott !1iif IK' ]L fi .v-r.ik wter, an alrwly io herJlhy ; tire clirr.it? is delightful ; the soil i* j evidciicce of Us devotion to the j.ririciples of $10 Reward.LANAVi'AY # note was pivLn Las f.tllcd-pr'perty j proving to t current vote of the two Houses thereof, at its next 1 1nM

1da U- and back Tojnrx-rancc be uLrnd-an1 I am determined cot to the Iar sfossion, elect sonoe fo tii: the '
run br.ch < ci.zny, n:: yonder productive ; the lands ia comparison with 1s.d Tlsat in the cla.4.h r-I liroil.Divi F1Tck, ths tl. from tl.e subscriber on the 22J pay person vacancy
unless compelled by law. which will! cf the term cf othca
same, occur by expiration
t.ii didr: nil mamy rn back yonder gets their rvcJ raluc arc cheap. But before selling i in has u taine
ta rTg jviili lncu' heroes. Ti.is is the in- in Alabama, I advise my friends there, firht Tht vu ipihi.e: witi t1i be- LOTLE. Tle above reward will bo given fi.r County. Florida, May Z, 1551. 17 4t the provisions of said second section, which is *

tiii! .: id thia wonder. And no\r, mustttr to look and see for taemscUes. \voaM not tn lo'v niJ children: of< ir dp irtcd brother.f"iorfj. -_iiiicher apj>relic'u.-ion and lodged in jaiL I forbid herein above declared to he abolished.!

Lie, i wst: j--.u to prrnt this in \-our psj)3i I intentionally cause one to move, when That, n* n toktn of our Jii. li cstteni for all piTra uuder the severest penalty of the law, Spring and Summer Goods.TUST FIFTH GENERAL Arriar.y.-Passed the Senate
nay ihp virtues of the ilereasf-d, and a an ovidauocof fr n harborUi; said negro,, or allowing her on tlu-ir .
) }d Constitutional the !li'u e of Representatives majouJy. December bj the 13.ConslI Is50.Pj3
GoxU.tohicb
Jo PA fui it til r.orct jinevt-ry. h\ud it to W. might injure IaimelII e avaal U\l. (> of nmarnts? f>r thirty day on the n: ht of th3 2d intar.t in certain negro quarter Summer l ef' elsewhere.Aj.Vii we invite. tutional majority, Decembrr hS, I5j.

Jevitt, *hdder6<>n lto'jrt house, I Jaiiday, an I Still. I mast ar.d will tay, that I know men Jtr#>!id. Tliat these pn-ceedin;* "lie l publi-l.cd in *, and remained there until 2 o'cloct buserr i ii'>, 1're 31.purcLzaing- 15 HEIII! : &. ilLST.

i rcnaij TOJ.S ul: JetJ, in Alabama, who could] with the same labor, the Tal'alivs papers, anl! a copy lv rent to the May 10, i5l. 18 JOHN R. LLOYD. [N4. 2.]

W. JETVITT. make as much lug ttaie cotton Lore, as they I Cuniv! of the decta"ed. D. W. G\VYNN, W. P. Proclamation, Hats.TTCIR AN ACT to ancncT Sventer.lh r2ne cf the
-- -
-{Oar friend leTrcit cba SECTION I. Be it enacted ty t.'te Sexate and
.LI Hits the latest
and Summer ct
ufSj.rin very
wdif: ho don'j get ibis "nuso" beicaftcr it in pri'-e, let them look to the Prices Cur- Died &t liu residence en Sun lay n min tl.e 4lliinotant "IT Iir.RZAS.;:: it Las been rnada stvle. AI rl 1'J, ladl. 13 JLiuse of Pfpresentniiets
rent." '. 'V known to me that cc rtnsn law- .n General 3ssfmliy eont'-nrj, Thai; the Seventeenth -
tlior illnef; Mr.JONATHAN G.PADRICK -
'illiot afAT ,
ccr fault. We Lope he will keep a a ;; =
In ray nest, I will be more lengthy, and I about 44 ic= persons are comniittLij d"preUtion Brought to JailQulncy' C'ause' nf f'ue ir'ilih Article f-t tlie Constitution l>
taarpljoi oat after Lis cousin Jim, because Your 1TE11. med year < of a very rrions nature upon ( of ttiii State be, and the same i is hereby, soamerdtd
oore explicit. truly, &sttrflsa.saea-t-.a.p -- tiie p'ib'is lands of tliis Stat,. V's.. TX as a runaway a negro man that as to read js followsto wit : "Thete shall
such chrps oughtn't ta bs euSiercd to goFoIiti I alls!, his name Joe or Arthur, who ho
-
authorized DANIEL says So.icitor each Circuit who"hail rexido
t.t.We arc to announce mtring and earn in; nwp.y tic mrn>traluab.e be or'e for ,
about withont tat ELECTORS or A Srcccssos TO AscncisnorECCLCSTOX. Ccdr _3.hkng to Mr. Wright Saundcr*, of Thomas Co. therein and shall be elected the voters
; being up.wj] McIiAEI:Y. Eqr., as a candidate fur thtcflice! ofSbcruTof : tur-bcr tlu-reon, (c.wi-t'i.g of Live Oak, by qxuSitkd
-The 13alu.nor2 SUM states that I'bf. Ac. ) ih-rolA nutorlally Ioa< Leon at the election i hi Octcib ,
County ncx.tr County. Georgia. The owner is requested to
thrir value the ore thoosandeigf.t hundred and fifty-three,
Scratcr :; <-* n'.ip'v: c =ivr.Th the as sufHr-gan Li&Uops who are to elect a WE arc tlwrtcu to nnr'e JOHN II. NOvV.Tii pa SULIXUU) I THOMAS BKOV.'N.Or.v-. come forward, prove property pay charges, and take and every four jears thereafter, or at such tines as

: tie reader tnay zee what sort of din successor, arc the! Tight Hcvercnd Francis : cni-.r of the S'ate ofFlonii, bv virtue authority. him awav.- the General! Awemh'.t' may by taw prescribe, stidjhill
It RIIODD5, as a candidate for the officef As'cspor Executive of thi; St,te, I-> hi'rebyclitr'e T. D. WILSON, JaDcr.S receive for his services a cotrpecs-tiun to bfxed
the :
Senate in
h ? lave elected to the U. S. vc'ttJ me it'
?uick: Kendrick. D. D. bishop of Philadelphia and Collector for Leon County, at the election! in nnd command all the civil officers b this State, May :, 1851. 17 4tVtiitcd. by law."

I'om MasKielicsctts, we quote aa cslract frcruSimncr's and aNtiiitl Sr.c. 2, re il further enaclei, Tha! such electi -
; the Right Reverend Misheal O'Connor, October IP2at April 10, 1S51.'o Tinl call upon all good citizens, to aid
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Ep of at btc Abolition Contention p !>i"n of any and sll j eronsso committuij; .r.s shall be held and coaditrird. and the retainsthereof
a D D. bishop of Pittsbarg : the Right Rererc J \\ zirc authorized and rcqustJtrinnrunc. fucJi p.pprPM-iiii depredations, as ufIedi1. and ul>o to endeavor A NEAT and conif)rtaLTy fumi-hed room and mat'e. in the same manner as is now"pre

'i Ignatias Reynolds, I). I). bishop of Charleston B. I'. ALLEN, Esq., a' a candidate for the cCicc ofJud bv all iinan-* in their power to prevent said land, .1 board with a respectable planter residing somewhere scribed by law or may hereafter be prescribed by
and defaced fur th between TaiiahaMce and inincy, for a gentleman hw, for the election of oeu.ber to Congress from
\Ve wl
domand fir ? any
Probate of Leon at the election Li
of
the Right Reverend Richard V. \VIiclan c Cojaty .
: ; future. AnJ mre partSrularly are the Menlben c'i]r and lady. E ;st of references ill be given.Pi .- this State.
14 We repeal i Jbi the fdgidve'&kro bill. D. I). bishop! Wheeling ; the Right Reverend October next. the Board rf Internal Improvement for tlih State. (-a>e address F. 4 t A.at this OCIce,stating terms and Firm GEJfEit t. As'aairs.y -Parsed the Senate
di'inandthat Coa reiS receive into tlu alcariieJ location. Jlay S, 1S51. 17 by the Constitutional mojorit/, December 3t,15"I.Pa .
and earnestly n-questi-1 ti> sec
tie I John McGill I). D. bishop of Richmond cliirjjeJ eil the House ol the Cocsti'tuionii
nion: r.o new t>lave Suite. ; To tho Voters of Lean: Zulu esecuti'in in their ra pectve district ? Representatives by

''Andjet one thing further mast be dons : andt'np Riglit Reverend Francis X. GarUand, Ju ];?e BSOOMF. Inrinj dcclinol a candiuae- for ra- Ia Testimony whereof, I have bereunt'' Notice. : majority, January S, ISSI..jiic .

The iir.? power rau-t be overturned, so that I). D. bishop of SavannJ tlctiim to the ofiire which he nt pro. ent fili-t; I have set my hand, awl cau.ed to be affixed I SEALED propo'rds will be received fcr the LuHJof -
E OF MCRETART CF TATE
tfle fd government my be j put openly Ite4n urjed by my fri'-nd in the County, without reftnriee I-Sz.u-J the. (freat* Seal? i of m the it State\ of Florida* ..!. k-., Academy in ilonticello, Florid.1, up tutlic Tullafiasste.May I, ISSI.> ; 5ICffAr.LS f
to party di&ilurtion, to allow rny name to be at the uapuoi, 10 Lui.i'ia.ce, uua .iD 21 tb cf May next. TUJ UisL.uig to L' 60 b} .>
ueIy. iA perpetually on the tide of freedo. T7//af? ry.-Tlie Cairo Sun says, that rf few announjcd as u candidate for that delicate and responsible iay ofMav.* A. D. 1851. fet, two stories hlrh, of brick and to be fiaisht-d by hereby ceriity the\V. DotvNijic foregoing ,tote S trtiaij true ot and State rcrrect, dd -

lays biace, two men ina wagon, when within puMtion. It was not mv purpose Fellow-Citi THOMAS RROTTN, the first day of March next One-third to be paid to ,.() of the original Acts on file at ofUce. and
"Ar.l1 further, s* if to do s deed which i i couple of miles ofJoncsboro', Onion county, zen", after the rifenf lx towaf of yniir confidence upoj G'vvcrr.r of Florida. CtniiracU'tf when walls of the first story are liuialicd. herewith pies published in p'ii>uanceef the my provision cf
tuU of x.liii'Ml i'xritrniit the (Jovcrnnr-Att.'sf': tie! second payment when Budding is covered and
flke heaven 'all carta araazCangreRS heaviest'nerchaat rao. under tltc ]iressure high | By Constitution relative to Amendments and Revision
farmer who
weep- [Illinois askod the
j a was C. W. IK\VNI"G floors laid und the balance on the completiou cf the '
-thi1 ia of all to luvo ft soon ajv.in: wilieiic-d your Miifra$oit, but A-r of Constitution. .
tic disregard in that town I The farmer men- the rontinynty v-Jtirft hi* tt recently 1tnpiwl.Jtidc .- Krrrttury of Sfale. work. C. W. DOWNING, Secretary Slate.
s&.gaards of frU.ira, has .ioned some merchants/and among the: ntimjer Hnwmc, x\lio In* so Inn: anti wi-11 filled the May 10,1851. 18ThHALYBEATI Ct A du? re'r trUl he taken info consideration, not Mar :T, 1551. 37 Cm

f aiStd 4 w crutl, naehribUan, Uevlifeli law I spoke o! Mr. Dishon. They drove tlieir offi.>j of Jud c < f Pruljute, declines a rr (Hxti-ni aid only ca to the arvnmt of bid, but the ckin-ctcr and
) SPHIUG3
"curet e return into slavery of ihofie un- to Dishoifs store and iny friends de'=ire t4 Jflp.-P> my iiames. liU #.u'-ce..ur. qualificatioi: cf the applicant Branty.E .
f'>'t ::i.-jM.lndracn sheltered wagon up requested This my fcll..w citizen U an ofiice of f tru-t and rc- tlErrivTethsr Cocnty, Georgia. A plan of the Building. with full specifications, maybe

k' Wlio arc found 1 iln\ to permit them to place :i box, (\\hichilicy FjHtn'-ibi'.i'y of tLe very tinrt Importance to the People [ICOOtfalozc( the Jcril of the Sea.] seen at the Po>t Office, ilonticeilo, llorida.B J- CASK April t;l-rrYtnior, iaI. 13 Ersadw' JAS.CL GAMBLE

I.L had ii their wagon) in his; store for the of the County, nnd cunic* witlun the line t-f my Jrj. ->nd and security.
l bi leave to inform las friend
inooriil catalft.Tie of national II night, After urging some objection, Mr. D. fr._' ion. If the freemen an.l voter (if Lr-on enri-idtr rpHE under.-igncd Address, MARTIN PALMER, Chaxaan puCdicgComuuittee. Groceries Cc.
trL'ns I 1 the public, that I he has bourne thu Propricn ,
tjs its With and ]i-liare an 1's.'.tage paid.ilyutisello .
the to
nuw paott, drawing nsesU-d to take the box in las store miw.'iiliy 4if trust, competent ( ,
A : ii.sauthor4ilso finally : tli) impcrUint dutio of the oflico, I think hint I can of tiud ceLlir.i.w.1Vatrii; P'.aee, P.i1liIi be April 2G, 1651. 1C Ct -nEit: packet PettesT* Pickled Py Pork '
c! I flCeSsitV, room. The men then put up their horses? far paf.-ly if tlictd, to be found c : suintl\ at mypo rep.ired: ti receive vbitortt on tl e 20th of Mar.It i: Also, 10.000 pounds MiddUngs arid ELoalJcrsi- '

: ;yltonj; PreciJeiitfthe Uni. the night, and early on the following morn- 't, ready prou.iMi and anxious, uirl- all chtumstancea, to u iiwJltesa! to sj-K-tik ef the "Clmlybcatc" as a Notice.milE CCK)0 da Bulk Pork, .
th:: st nrLme tD the bill, 1fld brezith. D.'s door veil 11-HJJV 1ir.tiinpe1e.J I5oii u-nintT reM>rt Th salubrity of iu clunate, and the 1,000 do. Sugar Cured llama, ''
d lag bad their wagon at store to get distJii'.rije! liy duty a* as I Tallaliassoc Rail Road Company will receive
it: 4 medicinal 'irtucs < f its watt liave been barrels No. Mackerel
1d L4 ftj brcat2i: whhoit hih it their box and fetait.on tlicir journey. Mr. D.Lhcn to5at V<*t Ploridil on biiMna**. I 5in\e Hiwerful Mn.-i-uund tested by tliousa.nd. The Propric'toris Jproposals till the 15th day of May next, for the 5 2 do. Smoked 1 Beef i
11:4. taken tln means cf infttrinin friend* that of the "Warehouses at the Souchern terminus
my my renting -
iaisFC l abv>lt of fine broadcloth! from his to add, that fi i ndditiou to three first ri-qui- 2 !a White tean ,
"OdIT 1' i i4 t tlielr ieri-i'e. uud will feel truly' prateful onv the Road for from 1st next -
ints b bat I name :: of one year July Proposals
fo-gotten, His nrcuscd he idence, he hru i-pared no eJortao
t may counter* suspicion being examined anotiier of Iwcn docmed rf ite* Of summer re both 5 du Jhip Bread
fur having worthy invited for each "Warehouse
n' I Ix ;proof are separately or
[:" IHf a good Hotel. flour Coffee A-c. rtceiveiB
; .. I = his dfjk, and discovered that five hundred the wnHvleucc and support of my fcllow-citizciis! of add ojethtr. The Company reserve tu themselves tlie uipr ius-t
cr J2Jo.jjoUcs.: There of inI.flv The l j"t cooks KTvants, and fore tat the country RP.Y & ROWLES,Auctioneers, & .
depths
arc
dollars had been fctolen duringihe night Leon. licPTioctfiillv. right of renting them to one cr more parties, a* they -
band of music end all the -
fine nmu'meats
itt f -- "" "-- are Lpig'ats of jaine. Better fie then toltl the men that the box must not 'JX:: F. ALLEX. vill afford usually, a jaad at such places, have been proviIcd. may deem best for the interests of the public end their April 19, 16-51. 15 [SentineL -

fy f' i"11; liid tanc vr been b3rn ; better Ie l taken from tho lure until it was examined. Ajr'dl2,18rl. M own. Groceries.U .

Lz liH n >:norr and for the good name of They s\\orc that they would take their box, To the Citizens cf Leon County. Hi txrnuiw"! >>o moderate. All he a ks 5 ii a trial.Pis Proposals. addressed to the Secretary of the Coinpanv. T received from New Orleans per ScLocner "VT

Jj.iiirer InH be never boon President and as they rushed to take hold of it Mr. D. J2 I respectfully announce my tfa! candidate for X i: i viii not diJionor of the Columbu.'. can rt-adi the Springs by takIng hack nt ,
iliis home stepped oat ofthe door, and locked them in. the ofaco of Jugif< Probate for the County of Ltxm lull. They arc situated str miles from the 2 keg GwLcn Butter, -h. .. v >
I Pleasant .
nif; For Sale. barrels Iri
at.d ofthe 4 li 1'otat..e -
revolution by admitting Having obtained assistance, the door was at the clectidu in October nest niacL The distance from Greenville i is about
t1y e ''lot '> ev I. : and the men taken. Tho lid ATKINSON.Lost twelve mile-. -JAMES VOOTEX. negroc
opened was isi JESSE .
March 15 \Vhiiker
t 2 -do. old .
Rye ,
: : here individuals IS 4tICoticc. t-L Turpentine business-to Iw sold low bv the sub-- y-j r%
us, as: off when flout MaylO.181. **
tlEwL..e among knocked a daring-looking ---- ecriber. S. S. KN'lBllT. 1 tierce Rice, /

tn-iy forget: humanity iu a fancied man prang lorth, and the misting cloth, money April 19,1S51. 15 4.J barrels No. 1 MackartJ, .
.' y to ia\v, bat the public conscience will dark lantern And for sale b/ A. IL FELKELL.
bilks and a were found mMake from the
some taken through ,
Depot
tt, OH away t.order of J. TVaylcs Baker, Jud a of the Cir Now Never.
April 1s1. 15
or i.
|* amia: who has trodden ttreetsiroofrtan .
our franicnl TIlUNlv ( female
L ia the bottom. The fellow pretended to turn Lir e jro.i cnti.inhg B cuit Court fiT M.dL-oti County and Sfate of Florida -
'Fe to be dragged away as a blave. State's evidence, and declared he had long \vcimng cpfarcl) marked J. A.; but it H not runemlx we, the iiudercuaieJ! Commwf-iruers, will otter BARGAINS:: to bo bought of the subscriber, imme Notice This.
fa-iuv-m\'es of tie United States >reii hetm-r the mark was UM>II the trunk, or rnon likely nesroe girl Approved New
are sought an opportunity to leave the other men; if the hitter it iave In-come dcUidiwl for file cu the FiRST MONDAY in JUNE next, in York taken in payucnt f.r eamu-c.iil ou T HATH on hand at this tine end will ba foil at
a tajj may acceptance
Og tiie heroes of oar ; of the Court House d l "* asc that to have left them voluntarily would have Said trunk was received at the Depot, Nov. 7, 1850, front April Itf, ISol. 15 S. & KMGIIT. fair price. two foraiHe* of negroes. Call and see.
*o tins passage we ndd from the Boston brought their deadly vengeance upon l.im ; aud vas delivered some tune between that date and outm, to the lushest bidder, on a credit of twelve April i. 185!. 15 S. S. KNIGHT
wile with note and rufucivnt
t ciXTths in an (ky of security -
had been detected before that the 15th Dec. The rKToii "HSJitsfoWi that be
r.n article nnnouucing Sum- never ; tobutr i.iterct at 8 per cent IHT annum from Tor Sale.
?IfB tl.-ction be remained with them only because be was faid trtu.k, will please reture it to the Depot, lute.. all tb Rei1 Erfate of Julia Coleman, deceased, subscriber i* opening to-day a small invoice
and setting forth the conspquenCce at the earliest day practicable tr notify the Agent at Of> MadiMin.wa _I_ of I>re'.s Gootlt, Bonnet Ribbons, Flurent'e Silks, LIKELY negro GIRL, about 14 ypar* cf t
do his life that the tilhige
compi-Ued! to so to preserve ; the where to eend for it u. r\. used to plantation work. New York
tliat are expected to folloxv from the Dejiot A. h1I1ISO. ) ttc.: which ho offers at very low prices. accep*
tvcat thera were now six hundred men in the United May 10._1651. 18 -it [Sent .tM. Ii. THOMAS, CommtwonersMay April 5. 1851. 13 J AS. B. GAMBLE. tance taken in patneut. )
: States engaged in the santa business; and Ifl. 1851. 18 5t April tO. IS5I. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.A .

iijis i
'sin mako this indt'structable Union ine *ride deport station the had over fifteen FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill ttec-lt, 18 by jily Einauupuieiis K. T. t M. und the Ajv { ADIES and Gents Rubber Overshoe*,jtwt reccivtd. .
ey company 20 inchfl size, for pale a: cost and c'larfrcs. by peudaut; Orders. Quiucy,April 25, 1851. J JATTENTIOy ii JAS. B. GAMBLE. 0011*'
pj joy of the woil J. It will raise the d.oop.JRwpobof bushels of silver and Gold. He would ,
II pounds Sid'
Newport, May 10, IbSI. IS LAIJI). SIR KNdGHTS !-A mpctingof Jiril5,181. 13 s,
the idave, and of tho! fclaveless not be pin in the saute room with two accomplices will lie held at the Comniandcrie 6/tijO 'S Shoulder,* -

to | UK-D of the South. It will givo courage fearing they would kill him. The two Ice loo Real cool Ice rr the town of Qnincy, on Monday, 12tb Boots.DOZEN 120 barrel* Flour, -S. ,i

t} tbotwnd of true men at the South, men BVOO to the otlk-ers that it was folly to if the cool Ftuff dclirtTcd frcm tlio Ice May next The line*will bo formed at the bound of 1 Pair of Brooks Patent Shank Boots. 20 'S Pork, % *

?' h:** Uic Oasaus M. Clay, are longing to put them in jail, for they had money and LOTS u c in the rcnrnins; at three centi wr JIOUIK tlie trumpet Sir Knights will take! due notice thereof I Aprils. 1861. 13 JAS B. GAMBLE.PiOWE. ; 20 11 s'4' ?WhUkrVt SjOnO15het4 .- .

the mall quantity, and two cents and n half by and {jovern themselves accordingly. The Gcue- b7jv
the by
ehiinoffjo Al
stavcholdere. would take least .
Iti.y it o
friends at one hundred a ISTRImpply of kind
; of
i is } etery Groreriw
DOWNING with ,
'wjj the hundred weight All from abroad ran raflj4s8fl0, sir C. \V* charged the
h persons
. i1! :. tae frecaa of the North. It vrellrrrnod men to guard them, and notified have it packed in boxes or cak wiih raw dust cs rt>- execution of the above order. By order of 9 ( CAST Sweeps in store, and for sale at 1ot.9U which will be jold as loxv or at bwer price* than
$ al Oic death warrant of the Fugitive them that they could not possibly be detainee quirod. DA2JILL LADD. Sir J. IL VERDIER, M. E. G. C. rates. JAS. B. AMBLE. br'an? otl.rr before house in thiplace.. Call at the sufocri*

ircLawJ three wcelti.-JVct? Albany Ledger. avport-M 10, 1&1. 18 tf K* Cur, Reorder pro tern. May 3,1951. April 3,1351. 13 i- ; tg, i63f.pnrchisingeWwJert.Afril 13







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PROSPECTUS Jefferson Circuit Court. TOWLE & JIYERS;- Military Bounty Land. !tgal tltrtigtmtnt9 tw York.STIMSOH>ew OrleaataBd& CD'S; :

cr TUB IX CHANCERY.Paul Watchmakers and Jewellers, JIobte, E I1.

SOIL OF TIlE SOUTH. Ulmer Cuthbcrt dec'd. In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida pONNECTING with the wlftestj14. ,
Executor of John A. !; HAVING procured the service Vrible Expresses between, tU ? spq.
undersigned > Comanllee of Publication on against d _-? _,. ALLEN formerly of Frc-cniptioti flights.GIERAL for the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe Maine New Hamr.hire, 1.erQ "

THE part uf the Muscosee and Rus ell Atjncultnral James Gadsden.' rilliam Eyrdsall.ind the widow 2tthisciirlhey are now prepared to LAND Orrrce County. Rhode Island, '*- .Wwtr CmS3P ta.1

t S ,dety. respectfully Fntile public Attention to and Leirs ol Johsi A. Cuthb rt.deceaed. I execute all work in the above line,with promplrw 1orcJa 31, IS31.I IN CHANCERY.William State Delaware, PecrHjlvwua. XirrljBklTwI *

the folloMinc Prwpectu( a Monthly; Journalto be : motion ot Complainant, and it appearing ; and in (the most satisfactory manner. To our friend order that the Jibt'ral1'iewI ot Congress, in passing E. Williams, 1t. Columbia, Indiana Ohio ELnoU, the"Sgenerally .. Clf

l published in this city, under the auspices U 1 the a- UPON affidavit to my satisfaction that defendants at a distance, an early attention to all woik which tl.! Act of'JSth September 1S30, pranti V Divorce. the Miisla.ippiand Alabama itatee

I barf rimed Association. Jarne Gad.len and Fitzwilliam Byrdsall reside} b may. be forwarded to us, will be given.TOWLE Bounty Land to certain officers and soldiers who Ann WHliama. J and the prominent places in Georgia and Kr U T8*

I The work will he dcroled to the interests cf AS vond the limits of the Slate of Florida, the one .1 & MYERS. have been engage! the Military' service of the United TT appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Our fcuilitw ate M exter*ive and ft* *

kailul Hotticulture,Domestic and Rural Economy. South; : Carolina and the other in New Ycrk.so that September 23, 1S:(). 3S if States, may bt" carried out. and every expense to J- Court that tlie Defendant. Ann William.*. ivrides! can secure the safe and peedy Tra perfect ih.t. '.

Under these several head*, will be included the of this Court cannot be served the Warrantees be avoided a-j far as "ible in obtaining .j
ordinary process I I Towle & Myers, po out of this State, and in the State of New York on Freight, Tnotb ParI a;'. .. "
.11 that concerns the culture of Crops the improve upon them : I the benefits granted by the gratitude of their motion of S. R Mallory, Solicitor fur the CouJplain- from one erI of the country to the- other"
ment of the Soil, the management cf the Farm I the It it thcfffore Ordered, That publication be made HAVE on h3nd.and are now receiving.a nevt and country for laithlul! and patriotic cervices ; and at ant the most remote point and lJt t\'etI.

Garden, the Orchard, the Flower Yard and the for four months a ne\\'paper published in Talliha assortment of GOODS Consisting ot tle same time to secure to the hardy and enterprising It is Orjfred, That the Defendant do appear and From our mafcy years'experience in
Geld Lever Watches tie
In their connexion Gad den Hunting settles on the Public Land, the fruits of their EXpar
House-keeper Department. sce, Florida requiring said defendants
demur Bill
answer, plead J. or to Complainant's on or bttineswhile connected with llw-ra.
with the interests of th. Soil the other indu liial ar Guld Anchor Lever do and privations the Secretary of the Interior Adaou A rand
aol Byrdisll plead !.ur. cr demur to the Rill Silver Lever do industry ; before the first Monday of June next, otherwise the oar numerous advantages in oti '.
Pursuit of the land will receive their appropriateftttention. of Complaint or before the first Monday in September Hunting has directed : r Tesp--
on (
be
Silver Anchor Lever do same will taken pro confo: ]Provided Publication the I least of which I U the confidcrte'e and Jkt
That notice bsgiven to all settlers on Public
public
next : of tim, Order be first made in some the New York community fl
.rbe" Soil of the South" will be tinder the: edito- Procidid, A copy of this Order be dIlly published Lapin and common do Lands! subject to private entry to come forward | newspaper ,)'We feel asst.j .
hi this State for the term of three mentis shall to the '
Gentlemen's and Ladies" Room Pin3a never cease give most
li.l fupervision of Charles A. Peabodt, Es<]r., ai.d (or four months, as herein ditectf, prior to the said general a! arid file their Declaratory statem ortmcnt of Ear and Finger Ring. Geld! Guards and their settlements and January 27th, 1851.JOs. our friends the Jewellers, Bankers cdgenerally. ML_
Cul Jam M. Chambt-rs. !tr. Peabody has been for tint Monday in September I tSol t) r.ext. days alter making improvements
"1J,eau l"O:ul'cte.i1; i lI he Acr-ultural Pre?, and March 2L>, is.1)!. J. WA TLES BAKER, Judge.A ,I Keys, Fob and Vet Chains, Seals, Gold and Silver. required by the Pre-emption of -llh R LANCASTER .
Pencil.Gold Pen.Gold and Silrer Spectacles Gold their Judge Southern Circuit State of Honda. We be t equally tinpis.ed; it! a rrar'jcai end Sciei.tifirTirmer IruecoTM--Attest I. September, IS 11so as to secure pre-emption CaEfi-nf.Tpfes
and Gardner. Cot. Chambers iscncojthenoft C. G. FIFE Clcik. I Sleeve Collar and P.osom Bullen Silver Pearl, and rights, and prevent interference by the location of February 1, 1851. 4 2m from New Orleans) and our Exp resK *i
Shell Card Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles fins S'ew Oilcanand Jfotde.Offices ear
and tbeso warrants.
intelligent successful Planters in the South. April 12, 1S5I. 11 4m
Fan, SiJ'.cr and Buffalo Cr.rribs. be located the State of Florida. -St Charles Hotel BuHdm"
TIe'y will be assisted by an able corps of Contribute And that all warrants may upon New (Wand
*. anion;the practical Farmers and Pl.ii.ters of the Notice. Also French Mantle Clocks Table Knives Tea lnd applied for. subject to private entry on the 3d LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ClI.\ tcEny. 19 Wall street New York.
Land. Tra'S. rited andSilver Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoons March 1S51 t. without an affidavit to whetherstid February 1. 195_ !. 4PRE1IIUr1I
LL creditors and legatees, entitled to William W. Cheerer, -. .
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persons ; Foik Ladles -
Plati-d Cram and
,
Spoon Soup -
land not awl alter havin.r been located -
Cach number will contain'sixteen pages of quarto rO improved ; so -
_tt di..lributiol1r otherwise interested in the : ts. COTTON
estate Waiiers do. Tea Sets Castor Candlesticks GINS
Platen ,
i ,i7.e. printed with new tppe on superior w hite paper siid warrants shall remain in the hands: of the Ellen A. Brockenbroush widow and administratrix $
I of Thcmas J. To wn'end, late of Jefferson County JS3
Sih'can.I Gilt (Iiraiult.ltAUo.fine
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I S.lar
Lamps: ? Land Oflkef least fort If the end of T. TAIJR k CO., Proprit05
and furnished! to subscribcis at the rate of One Dollar at days. at William II. deceaed E of the
deceased ot Brockenbrough,
Florida hereby notified Lucy
are to exhibit l.
d.mblebirelled Gun Shot and GaireBigs
ItJmbu Colton Gin
which rsu per annum
heir claims and demands Brockeabrou, S. Brocenbrongh! Tbos.
within two ,ears Irl'm this and Fh !k fine cke-l hn *. Porte .Monnie .
I I n. : "t with claims rhtri..t'i the i lactin( annoance 10 thir ;
P"t Misters are authorized to act as Agent pre empticn or warrants! Georce L. patror ae thetf
date to the inierizr.ed.! the will W. Brockenbrouch Broclcenbroujih,
be .
and they may retain in their hands Ivvtnty-fire per I j jr !I, and all persons indebted or to said same deceased barred ate re-; ; Port Folios. Violitis CUronets, and Flutes fine Razors will be returned to this Office for patenting ; but il 1 George S. Hawkins and Mafj R. Haukim! his ten generally, throuphoat the Co r.>neion. OWiflr.

it. cf all subscription collected by then), or i if { I Strop &ic. there i is such interference, a new location will be W. and that they ate prepared lo Tpry any
wife John W. nQIlItt
j questfd to make irarnediate to authciij Tjiomas Brockenbrough
paxment my Best and assortment of
they prefer it, a copy of the \"rrki1I be tent to'iycnetwelve quality general Perf-imery mail.. of their celebrated Pa iMir. OiM .
zed a ent and WILLIAM BUDD. at M,. Brockenbrougb,infant children of John W. Brock
j ? attoiney .n.t &'., .c. TOWLE & M'z ERS Where these Gins hate beu
who locate their
month will remit Warrantees can once nsd
Gratuitously,
'I own pre-emption i .it W8at t
authorized B. Maxwell Elizabeth
'
ticello who is fully by me to settle the enbrough, deceased Lucy ,
1S50. JS
Serlt'mcer'2'3. be deemed for the
f'ur names with four dollars. rights n here the land was proclaimed and offered at V. Maxwell Simeon Maxwell Cham- unnecessary ilannfttfnienlotit:
said estate. Margaret
*,- All Communications trust be addressed post MALSY A. TOWNSEND Adm'x. public sale prior to March, 1551 ; and where the plin Sims, widow and administratrix of William I a word in their favor, as Ibej feel confidert tbe ti/
fjid to Wi5li m 1 11.! Chambeis Publisher tf The Just Received, minimum price of the land is more than one dollar chines hate been broozf t" such perfecliontLt
W. dt'ceasfdIartba Mason and Far-
Jefferson Sims
County: April )2. IS51. 14 3m Sims
Jwi of the South" Columbus Gs.VAN 1 DOZEN FLORENCE BONNETS, and ttten'y-Gvccents per acre, can pay in cash, the ish Carter. their superior performance will rrromnetdtbeft-

LEONARD,) Committee Notes Lost. 1 t.. China Peail do. difference between the cost of the land, and the a. appearing to the satisfaction: of this Conrt by in prefererce to all other Gins now in ef e. Fo ti;

R. A. \\'AR"f: t. Lace Tuscan do. mount covered by the warrant e1 imal n? the war IT vir made in this cause, that defendant At I satisfaction ol those who hfe cot used the Giin
E. > on the route from California loT,113hact'e. do. No and are unieqoainted with theirrepntaticn.tleppiiefora ,/
J. HURT, Publication. LOST 1 Albion rant at fl,23 per acre. pre-emption rights attach thur S. Thomas W. Brock
Brockenbrough, nbroughThomas .
Columbus, Ga April 2(3, tSl. 163m note? cl hand one signed by Eli S. Lester 1 While Chip do. to the alteinafesection reserved to lheUnted: W. and John W. Bracken I need only say, that the FUST PrfmiBllJ
. tor .
Summer Clothing. beutcr, dated Januaty 3.t h J3, due r.n the 1st dolY of 1 White Pame-lh do. Where application is made to this Office by the brough deceased infant and Farish children Carter ol John reside W. Brcckenbrrngb, bibiled at the great Stale Fair held at A Janfj.GewIcia :
I of the Stale
out
J.juar, 1S49, ar.d credited uith t'20' on the 1st u Chi d1 varranteetoleate the the i also, at the Alabama and Georgia A ,
4 Lace and ? \ % t warrant applicant should ; ; ncataif!
B. CLARK bas just received flora New Yotk, of Florida beyond jurisdiction of this Court butIn
A Jamu.ry, 1 Jt9. One note of hand signed by Wm. C. French I.ace do. Designate the Land Di-tricl section cf conr.try, or and Mechanic's F3ir, teM at Columbus; and at th.
the United Slates and
S a general' assortment cf summer clothing oftfvery Lii"f: >, th. of ; that defendant Lucy
sum $:9 23, payable to Blood & I" Crape do. particular tract on which he wihes the location annual Fair of the Seth Carolina Jcslifjte
stle.Tbich will sold the S. Hawkin u
and be BrockenbroTtgb, George and R.
tariety on Mary
Fcslrr; cr bearer dated February 2S, J 1S50 payable 1 II Misses Flats: made! and where the tract is specified it would be Chailesfon. The Cotton git.nfd on fait Gwin.reived
t ;
the well known store Haw kins,Ins wife, Margaret Sini widow
most reasonable terms, at on 1 Champlin ,
one day after da e with tight cent. interest fromJanu.r the first Premiums at the hJ
exhibition
per 6" Mens and Bo\s China Pcarl Hat, well iatese\"t'ral! others in Iheorder! in which !
Stil1m administratrix of
William
Monroe St Clark & r. and W. Sim deceased
formerly occupied by ,
I 1. JS53: till paid. All are foibidi Charleston,South Carolina,and
persons Palci Leaf desired at
2IJ" do they are (that in case the trac first selected Sims every Fair.hert
and Black Doe-skins Martha Mason reside
and the
Also a line lot of Cloths Fancy tejcnd juriwtic-
Wl.ite ;i trading I ur sad; note Application will be made by 1" fine Panama do shall hare ben taken thearrar.t can be located samples of Cotton from them hare been ebbi4;
bmarctles, Col'd. and Drilling : ion of Ibis Courtbut in the Western Circuit st the
and SatirJs and Silk j the undtrticned, holder ol said notes to establish 1 case latest sUle: Moletkin do upon the first (f the others which mal be vacant of Florida ; The Proprietors have in their pcsssssioa DtlItf11lu.
White Fancy Maruillt'I. Fancy j State! r
them according: (law. C. II. LLOOD. For sa'e' C. C. without) cerlificates from Planter,Cotton Brak.r
\Vitings which he i It prepared to manufacture in'' by BYRD & CO. further ddnIn: these caps the affidavit It ii therefore Ordered That said defendants ,.- ,.Cf\llo
April 12, JS51. 14 4t 1'1. taken mission )Merchants Mannfactvrrri
April 12. 14 ol the applicant before officer cf
an competent Cottiq
such a manner as to \ lca e the nest fastidious.ALSO siding in the Western Circuit of theState of Florida
lo administer, : orths, that he is the identical person and Good, testify; that the perfnr&ar.ce of me Clu.
the Bill of fihd in
of Drawer- Kid Bounty Lands and Pensions. I Liquors, &c. mentioned in the warrant, must accompany Ih? application. appear answer Complaint and the sample prcdCceJ by them, Cannot,1.
A fall as ormer.t Shirts and Threaddoie his cause within !vro months, and the defendant
f pilE undersigned,havirgrnadeirrangetn.nt?with : : The lame rnUs! mut be with celled by any Gins ever rr.anofactnred.
lUU-Hose Col'd. Muslin received on Coniznment Irom New complied the limit
*. Collars and bilk Orleans; eliding beyond of the State of Florida
Cravats, Hdkis! Docts, &e. JL a competent and experienced Apent in the City i JUST for sale at low price where application! by lelter.i. made to the District within four month from the dare of the publication All orders!for Gin?, {given either to our tmetKni;
of Washington, and birg now provided wah the Lind Officers. Wh -re s-uch application i is made or local A ;enl?, or :forwarded to the Proprietor"
AprilS, 1S51. 13 If 8 Demijohns, 5 gallons (acht, of Ilenncssy, by of this Order, or the said Bill will be taken for cones ?
approved and lequ-ite forms, will attend to the collection S Otard PinM.and Me treat Brandy, I ire: AlIl1rnp '. GU\rfiaTt.; ExecutorSic the evidence ( :>ed against them. mail will always receive prompt attention. Gist

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY cf Claims by power of aorney!! for B.'untvLands 5 Demijohns supeiior Holland Gin duly certified!, ol their authority to act, must also .ind it is further Ordered, That publication! of will be sent to any part of tie country, ani nr.
Pension, ar.d Claims fcr' Losses and Services Z 'a Scotch accompany lh* application. I ranted to give saffefeeti
\\'tuskl'\ his Order be made in s-jine published in
DY MILLER & BEOKAW, upon the United States Governtr.enf. 17 bases old )Madeira PaleSherrj and St. Ju- By a -laue in 1st Section rf the Art makinz appropriation Tallahassee once iee-k for the newspaper space of four months.J. JOS L. DUTTON Arret.

I Tatnhasee, Flonda. Officers and soldiers of the war of 1S12 or of any lien Clartt Wine, f nr the sw:>porf of the Government lor WAYLE5 BAKER, Judge, &c. ColumhuGa., February 8, Is3i. 5 ly

X'Ji/? :: s'jS"rrilo'l.onM inform their of the Indian war* since 17W), are entitled to Boun"y 2 4 cask ::adtirarmp., tIiejial year ending 3'Jth' June, lS"j2, approved 20th March, 1531.

' Q &z&Z Till : and the pcblie! iryc3J general Lands uj.dtr! the late Act of Congress. For KT- 4 J Pale aid Dark Brandy, March, llif i iencpd that warrant for B->nn- A true c"py-AU Notice.

\* hat\ the)' jre rccei\in<; a lar
(II Carnage* and nie.ich t--otfcr: ;! charged', upon deli*cry of the vt ai rant or the amount 15 ct London Porier, pints arid quart, IW: ), or by virtue of any either Act r.I| Con re.t, By HCCH ARCHLR, Jr., D. C. ent in his business, request aP ptrwE ia.de .

for fale on the root reaoiiable term!. Persons I collected. D. P. HOGUE, 200 bores Sardines. shall be located on any hn.J which had not theretofore March 22, 1S5l. 11 4m t.d locall and lenl, up. In future It will; Iff y

wishing to buj, ore requested to call and examine G. W. HUTCHINS. The above articles are from a large importing been brought into market and then subject to ---- no books, but sell his goods exclo.iTer, for tub ar

their stock. October 10. Isot). 41 March 29, 1S51. 12 tf house, and are warranted eenuine.BERP.Y privtf entry : *o 'thit no land can be located ur.der State of Florida.-Gadsden Connty. prcdace, and by !o doing he wIt; be able to irijjf

.- -- ----- -- --- : & ROWLES Auctioneers. &c. the B.nnty Land Law of 2Sth September 15-), or (Ihe low-p livinz prices, which fce prriisrjfB &,

Tax Collector's Sale. Bank of the State of Florida." Arril 1.:?. !t.i!! 14 If any other law jriantin Bounty Land l except that .Middle Circuit of Florid.i-In Chancery. and retinesisSis ei'.cTcasfun-.erJand ot her W L<6L"ftff

y virtue of the power't 5tcJ in me by Uw 1 T lIE ua-lfer-igiie! Living vepted die apn"int- ..- which bad b -proclaimed and o t'red for sale priortolLeS'dol SPRING TERM, A. D., 1SS1. buy low, to iH' him a call. Hehas hand- }

B I CuaataifinwTa : Bonnets, &c. March IS !I. Archibald Nicholson assortment e>f Shoes Hat t Cap, Blanket Ceriov
under ,
lure lei ted u;)on: :and \ill expose to file, before incut the 4th wctittn of Complainant,
the Court llo'ise door, in the town (f )4adisou, em tlie act oftl( Ueiu-ral At-H-mbly (.f the State entitled !I rST received) a general ssse-rtmeht of I-"die and J. BUTTERFIELD, t'6. and Woollen Good,&c., Ac.,Icr iamily azd fkai-

the first Monday of June ncil at the usual hours of I I An act to incorporate a Ilank in the City eT Tallahaveo '" .1 Misses Sprii and STimmrr Ik'Lntts Straw and C"wrnitsio7Zcr. James Nicholson and William N. Averitf, Executors ticn uses.
I "* 2JUi Silk! J'nnI.bol May 3, 1551 17 Gw cf Malcolm Nicholon,deceased.Wiley Bl w- Jan'lry .1. -?:t. 5-2 AMOS Ii1CflARDO.
ale, to the hiihert bidder, the following deicniiedLiud 'prm'eJ] January. ItSl.torcceire *=u>> !I Flats Gents. Boys an-1 1I1 .r.t.> China
*, lying z.aJ being in the County of Madison Mripii.jn to the Capital Stock f the "State Bank If'', Pearl Ix-irhorn, Panama rjid Palni Leaf Hat, French itt, Administrator on the estate of Arabella Blew- Notice. -

Florida tiz: I Florida" hereby give notice that subrfrijitiouc in writing 'I Sprigs and Wrcatha (white and (colired 4 end G-l Just Received and for sale low by itt.'deceased, Bnrrell Hinson and Mary his wile,

The S E:: 4 of theN E of Sec 20.T IflOSand i ft-r cmi-titutin the Capital Stock cf Mid Bank I while and co'.oied) llo-ir Matting, Fan, Parasol, Pa- J. ). "WILLIAMS et a!.. Defendants. SIX months after date, I ball aprfy h the F-s-

I'.. as the property of J. S. Patterson, to pay the I Iilll lm received by tiiun at the\ obate for the Cocuty t cl I/cff

rave audrxHtsduB c: same for the tears 1545, MG, '". on the first day cf March l next The *-aideubscriptimis Cap RlblxJii*. black, white and colore,1 Satin Hit.s.ns.For MANILLA: Cot Rope assorted sizes, the Court that James Nicholson William F. for let ters of finai; di*msqin: a$ Admim"ntnrof fh*
I : *. and Axe. verilf, and Wiley Blewitf, three of the Defendant! estate of Jaces Dlacklidge late cf said Crate'
I"I.. MS, 43, and 5'J.TieNfoftheN' j to I* accouipaniwl with twenty cent sale! by HEIR i RUST.
per
W | c.f Sec 2), T1,115, for cf the rc,pc ctlve sunount.-. in gold or t-il\er. TIle April 1651. 13 Wet-dins hues Patent ditto, in slid Bill, reside oat of the State of Florida and ceased.

:: tae, &.C., due (fresz 1615 to 1&:!. I I IA' books of EuWripticu to be kqjt open fur tlie of Kike Oven*, l'.,t,. Spider. within he limits of the State of Georgia : EDWARD ELACKLIECv. ASm't.

'c..th.EiCSec 11, and W J N W 4 Sec j! sixty days, and if ot tLit time more than the space-whole Superior Liquors. OM and Youn Town'nd'a Sr. pJnna. It it Ordered, That the said Jades Nicholson. January: 2% 1SGI. 3 to

12, T 1.119 I : X and E purport' ing to belong to J. J. ; amount of the t-trick i i.* found to lie euln-cribed the entire PIPE Fupr-rior HOLLAND GIN Trace, Fifth, Halter.S Breast, Stretcher, and Log William 1\. .\verill. and Wile; ? Blewitt,appear and Notice.

Underwood for tavesdueth.reon trom IbtOto 1550 : stock will: be divided the subscribers 1 i" I'jocL Ca.tili"n Dran.) ., Claim answer said Bill of Complaint: according to law,
THOMAS ANDERSON, proportion t(1*heir Mib his and tosfb.era tatltllanorablsJcJjre
Sheriff; and ex o&cioTax Cvl. Madison Co. } Spcyinz Knivt-s and Needles. Percu-i Caps, to them: account
KIRKSEY i I\.rt Wii.e .
>ure
] Coffee MilN Ct Card-J Thermometers Provided. That a of this Order be of Probate of Leon Ccunty a Atnini lralcr
tt
published
JCovember 30, J:-)>. 47 Gin JN'O. W. .AIIGYLE I bbL lri h > >n copy
Whi-key, a very superior article.In week fcr the of four on the estate of George W. BarteR, bteofltoaConnJy
Cut Nail, Wrought Nails Horse Shoe Nail'i, once a space months in Ihe -
DAVII) C.
WILSON, store and fcr tale low h
A. B. CLARKE, JAMES T. ARCHER, ) Cnn'izsszonrrs.RWT. IL sOEO. BESTWICK. Wind-or and Cane Seat Chairs, Willow Wagons Floridian & Journal a newspaper published in the deceased, and apply fur a.final diKbarge

(FORMERLY CLARKE & bTiLi.MAjr,) WILLIAMS, February, 1851. 6 uc.a1.1"ul Piini, Sieve, Trav, Broom, city ol Tallahassee hin.this Circuit. from the administration BENJAMIN ct !aiJfa'BYRD. Q'r.! .
iVLvli Sal Soda ludi (. Glue.Madder, J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJ-e.JOHO .
AVING the interest of Mr. HY. L RUTGERS
2 60
.4' [ purchased ERSKINE Fort hn'nrT". Janoarv 19. l-\J.
I
J. Stilhran in their old business, can te Tallalaee! Ftb. S, 1SC1. 5 [Sentinel Notice.SIX i..son'pUp ri r 5 s Tobacco Rjiil Road Snuff
Ji found their old stand Monroe Rio, Ln;uvra, end Java Cuff<-e, coarso &line Salt, Solicitor aniol Counsel for Complainant. Notice.
at on !street
months after date,the underi-umo!, Administra! A true from the recordte,
Sperm, \dan.uJtin, Star and Wax Candle copy
l h" will receive ij fed. from New YorV. Notice. ,
where : a \s month. after date. I shall make ajpIicV'M; la
I e f the estate of Walter R. Blackbnrn will pro Boxes Brown Soap. ditto for the Toilet R. C. LESTER Clerk. SIX
one cl the ranst complete assoitmenU of .flead." SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judsre !'nt his final account and n.ucl''tI.0 the J u.e, of Probate Gn-en .(l Blk. Tea Pickle, Lemon Syrup Claret March S, 1551. 9 4m Honorable Jude r f Probate ii and fcr lie
? and Gentlct/iin't Goods
mile Clothing Fancy letter of division i anfdischarge
I cf Jffferscn-
Probate Madison n County her letters of dis- Jefferson County
and
k fur
County, a a discharge fromEalJ S(,Li and I5utt-r Cracker. Pine
ever off.red in this market. AUo, a 2etier.il a rent of French JJ L.\STIXGIR. Lo f and l Crushed Su with the u.il MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.
Black and Fanry ->eiin, nn>l Casimcrt, Ltackan1 SAMUEL WILLIAMS ar u good aswirtment HAKT.

FieueieJ SIt:. Satin Cashmere, and lricitJottings I March 22, IS51. 11 Cm, AdmV. February 1. lE1. 4 Cm of article in the Dry Good ; CHANCERY.. Jptrt'fill1'fT.. Febrcary S, icsi- 5 Urns

which I.e'it i prepared to roanulacture at STioeo, Hat, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Archibald Buie and Ann Buie.theTife of said Archibald

Ihe shortest notice anJ in the most approved *t%h'. I Laup"Firm.BEAno Notice. Coach Trimming and Domestic Line. and John A., Daniel G.,Sibi P.. Elizabeth-, 11Iow PlOW Points, Ban, &c.

The community qenerslU are rcspectiully requested SIXT1u after date, I shall apply to the Honora Room li required to t-numtrate Fancy Article Mary Ann. Margaret, and Frances C. Buie, infaat HEIR A RUST have j just received aywdasnt--

to call aol examine thy stock before purchasing eUcwhere. t P.REVARI will practice in co-partner- c of Probate fur Ga
TaUahal'ce.Octo er 12, I*5J. 40 'P all the Court of the Middle. Circuit of of a.br.llii.tratit n wi the etattof Thomas G. Collins April 19, 1501. 15 ts. Gra-Blade Scythe :Blades, and CraifleiFebruarv
Florida. OfEcc in Tai
ac. late of said County. Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen and 1. u :n. 4 tf -

Heady-made Clothing and Saddlery. JOHN BEARD deceased.'L M. L01T. Clothing.TUST their children, Finetta Sheffield and her husband
T. W. BREVARD.Februarv W. G. Ti!. DAVIS
tecEivtd per Bark Mara from New York, a March 29,1851.? 12 6t received a general orlment of Gents ands Bryan Sheffield. William 11. Allen, Joseph .Allen
1,1531.
JUST supply: cf Reatly-ifni'lc Clothing arid Sai :_" 4 tf I { Spring and Summer Clothing. For sale JetTei on F. Alien, Laura C. Allen Susannah ATTORNEY AT LAWHAS ,--

dltry. which are otTeied to the pu'ilic! on the ruos': Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Farming Implements. low by BEtH; & RU.ST. l..n. John C. Allen, and Thiiza Ann Alicia, aud : taken up his abode at Talhha ,a'i d I'$

reasunaIe tum. HEIR & PiUST. I of Louisiana. \TORFOLK I No. 2 Tenting PIovl',Buzzard SWH 1(1.I .\priI19.1a, 15 Daniel McKaeny.iT : : in the Coorts of the Mddfe Du uct,

, October 12. IS.'). 40 been apjrthrtod.\gl'ntf'r the above G I -JIiulltonru<;, Axo, lit**, SjKule. Rakes, Forks&inuhelltr. appearing ta the satisfaction of the Court, by and of Franklin and Jackson Cooaties.
>nipiny -
HAVING, deeming it unnw to di..tlL"I the ; ...Straw cutter*.HiiuhnilL, Burr JIiIL-tonvs. Corn, Oats, and Hay. affidavit made in this t'3fe. tlat Finetta Sheffieldand Much 9, 1;50 9
isary
Notice.SIX imporumcc and advantage (f the nmtual insurance I Wji ijfint-r'rt JarkKTewe;Trace, LOIJ. rlfih and I'.reaalChaL'w : BUSHELS heavy white Corn, her husband Bryan Sheffield, dj net reside in -

\ ntnths frcn dati ,the undersigned,Evrcutcr principle would reK.- tfully tch'cit thu colli idt'ratiln ; AVhee-lbarrow, Carts hec-L, Wtllpullie, ia, hOD 2 X> Oat*, this State, but in the State of Georgia, so that process Valuable Plantation for Sale.

the last \\ill and te tanieat of L'z Williams, e-f the ciuzc-n nf TalLdia.see and vicinity. Any information Juit received, aiid ft.r lIe LyMcNALGIIT 50 ba'e Hay, of yubpcrna cannot be scred upon them : rTTHE PLANTATION"reco tie late bJna i:

deceased late of Gidsden Couniy, willat'Vl.v to the relative to it,can be obtained bycalliiig'em the i ORMOND. Now landing from Bris Urann*. and for ale b'vMcNAUGHT It 15 therefore Sheffield and Onlrrrd That said efendJnt'o.lo'inetta JL Byrd fonneflv !, in Lecn Cemty.reU

JaJe(.f Probate 1 of sid Cou af\',for a final ditchwge !uw'Tikr. S. S. KXIGIIT. Newport Dec. 23-lSSO.; 51 tf i OIt lOXD. the Bill of Bryan Sheffield filed in appear and Lake :Erie containing 430 acres, of Tr hicb IW
this
; and settlement uj fr-nn said eslati Novembr2O,1SO. 47 tf ---- --- I Newport, March C2, b31. 11 answer Complainant's cause are cleared and under cultivation. On tlwU FJUe'
within four months from the first publication of this tUIt"
-- House iih
Notice. I a conifirtaHe frame Dwelling
SAMUEL WOODUURY Executor. 1 UST received and fur Nile bv 0. C. liYRD i Co I Flour &c. Order! or said bill will be taken for confessed azinst I cut J. This PLuitatior
LmscI.
<5,,Jd"n Cduntv.Sptemher2.). 37 Gn months, from this d-te I shall apply fo the them. cesar.
) }.. Mackcra" SIX 'Clore
10 J No. 1. the .
a
) it pinevw
advantcgcas adjain
/ of Probate Gad d'n County lor let t&rs : 'A BARRELS best family Flour J. WAYLE3 BAKER : &c. many
Judge
l Tl 5 *-
Notice. 20 Lbk. Fine Fliur.20 .- Ii the ranee is good for cattle and hog *
cf dismission from tl.e adn.ii.ii>tiatioi U lie estate 3 cask Rife.CO A true copy--\I1..t. very (
w1Lia4)O(060C ')
QIX'monthi after dtethe undersigned will make sucks Rio Coffee cf John 1.. Durr, drcea-.d. ; b.irrt-1 Potatoo., O-C\R A. MYERS, Ckik.Mtirch p.r3rtn..nd Georgia Plank Road \rill pas

O application to the Court of Probate of Leon 10 racks Java Coffee M. A. DIJRR Adrniniilratrr.Gadsden 5 tirkin brt Go, en Butter. 2-:, ;:,!i. 111m ) yard* cf the dwelling, end I tlink wilgointKlineor

f County for letters of dismission aa administrator of 1 tierce Rice. County January IS, 1S51. 2 6ti Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale bvMcNAUGHT throt -rb the whole lergtlif the t"nt$1t;
10 bbls. Brown Sugar. and -fthen thi* Road is ;d. which cnder CUI"trad.
Ibc estate ot Joseph W. Lea, deceased. -- A OlUIO D. In Chancery. com p1et
JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. S bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar.- JOHN PRATORIUS Newport, March 22, if;}. 11 to be clone by tho l--t e.f Janaur, U5iw
Tovembrr 2, ISu'J. 43 6m MOO; lct Panatilla Segars. JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COUP.T.LIU Plantation on the whole line cf tlw Bead Ti2ssrp *

April 12,1551. 14 [or Tilt LATE FIRM or DULL
Bagging & Bale- Rope. '..2,2 1TOLLD inform las friends and the public Mess Alexander Scott, AJjuinttrator of Aaron B. C. Scott, Person* desirous cf purcha. vill pT\2C IU!
from Ura-
"I (' fJatel Gunny I3in. New Stove3. 1 'I that he I.ukt1I the btore lately enrupiedy 30RRELS\ sale bvJIcNAUGHT l'ork landing Brig deceased, call en Jesepb Cliaires, E in who will shot th

JL V/. 20 p". Sea Iku do, TUST receiving from New York Cooking Parlor ._ C. II. I IJ1"'II.;! | and if.ijoining the i->oru lately i ORMOND. M. land. For terms, &C, affly to me at m; tece

50; j I" Kentucky do tl and Air Tight Stoves ol I the rnot-t approved patterns occujiicd ly Bull A Prai.riuwhere: he 'a ill }*: pleaxtlt }\TOrt. 3areli22,1f.1. 11 David E. 31. Scott, and others. Fort Stron bury, Fla. BTD-

tO Coda llopc ff, 11.\1, liyJIcNi and latest t\les.. Call and Examine them. attend to the call and want of thu.t! \\ho may bdlsr TN this cause, it appearing from the allegations of :BEXJ.\ID- :

JllUT A ORllOND.Dec. : T. WHITE & CO. >e
: SC"l"rt 28 16iO 51 t. Ser>t "nSt-r2l.! 1S5Q 37 tITHE He has received, By the Lite arrival, a eivitfenid'wlliif'rftrd received a good avortment cf Saddle, Bri- that Defendant, E. )! Scott does not roide in the Notice.

TRUE HEDICINAL ti'pfJff {'[. ,*. (.'
Salt. I Fancy Goo l ; also a ffrnr'al nt.rttnent of Bag, S: Mlo! : Bags, Trunk, A'alL-es H.'trnc1 and out of the United States: SIX month a'fordatc.aprlicition wilfcf 3rf"sjljej'

Tsluid Salt sale COD LIVER OIL U KA 1> Y- MA DK CL TU1XG, ,I String) Ix-ni.--; Coach Lace, Rubber Cloth, Buggy It is tfur'fvre Ordered That the said David E. M. Honoiable Judge r-f Adinistr3tT51V Probate ef

i "000 Bothels TurkV & ORMOND., for by [ in the cure of Scrofula Consumption All of which 1 11attf't mpel( art equal in -t.d! and i Harness, Bi.:;y Spring, Plow Harness, Horse and Scott r..unnd answer plead or demur to said Billon County by the u'i tersigned fj3h3I1
McNAUGlIT USEfUL fo'from >
Ellis deceased late of said ,
,
Coanfy
: f{ :.ruatiijm, A'Ithrna,Bror.chitisConghs, qwility. alld 'Juite I cittop. :1 :UlJ others tlLt will befaun&1 !I Mule Collar. FIT wild low by I or before tae first Monday in June next, cr the

Nwport, Dee. 28 .16iO. LI tLDOOrS nod alldi>ei--! of the Che-t arid Lungs. A sttpplyot in this tf'larkt.t. He will ;give Ttrticuiar: 'Ittm. Mardi 22. 1S1'. 11 HEIR A RUST. same Will be tiken for confessed as to him and set said adninistratcrship.CHARtES. L. povELtJ4t

SHOES HATS, AND CAPS just rccived this vah. 'tie medicine i is jut receivedhich j ia tion to liis I.u.-bll' .*, and hopes he will merit a h'U-tu down for hearing ex part: Provided That this Or- J550. ft_
JefTern October 6.
.1.) aud for sale bv warranted t'-'.". and ot very superior ijuality. patronage from the public. Bagging and Rope. der be published for fimr moLtLs weekly HIDC; newspaper Counfv.

GEORGE II. BESTWICK. ;\.r -,,de! by LEWIS & AMES, November 23. 180. 46 tf 9 BALES Gunny Cloth, published: in Tullaluu prior to said first. ilon- Notice.

January IS. 1S51. 2 tf hj' :j: 30. CO) TihlhasseeF'a._ ----- --- -- ---- -- .w 0 100 COIlS I'malllIemp Rope. ilivmJoo undersized i give notice tbt tTi J
---- hereby
-- - Pure
---- :
1851..
Sulphate of Quinine. Januan8th, THE
Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale b'vJIcNAUGRT e-fSoes irill le for tie tr.IJI*"
The American Sight Exchanger subscribers have ORSIOND.Nistpert THOMAS BALT2ELL, Judge.A \ open un'
AgriculturalistDR. on hard two hundred and i Sa'HK from 'ckck c T -
THE ofScLal
& to 2 o ever
NASH P. M, Tallalia. sec vill receive tubKriptimis NEW YOUr SAVANNAH, and MACON ou-nct's of Sulphaleof Quinine, which t they March 2Z, 1R)1.; 11 true copy: days eceptetL'rhe .
fir thialuable l'uptr--I, for sale! in eutns to suit, by hare obtained diirct from the manufacturers, and C. G. FIFE, Clerk. "ed
and in -
.und volumes n 25 carli very ueatlv al'enr- THOMAS J. PF.RKINS they will-warrant it to be a superior arlide.r Coflbe, Sugar, Soap, &c. January 18. 1531. 2 4m' hours of necesiy business in propriety public :fficeu regular -11

I utMcriber can pay Dr. :. October. 12, 1 55() 40 Agent Marine llauk.JETNA \\ e have enlarged odr stork cf Drugs and M di. Tl f\ SACKS COFFEE. In Gadsden Circuit Court. law and usdge, and arc tco obvious t" .".lilt Pla'

SOLON KODINSON, General Agent cines by recent arrinl*,and are prepared execute JL t10 barrels Stuart's.Y'llowuga., tu.'M
a
f January 25, 151. 3 INSURANCE COMPANY, orders lor articles in our line at wholesale or retail 5 Pilot Bread,. SPRING TERM 1351. c. w. DOWNDG. la lP"/

HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. on the most accommodating terms. 5 Crackers, G. 1. 5, 1 JOHN P.fL\RD, Cni'yercJ.

Notice.CIX BUILDINGS, Stock, and Cotton in Ware-house We hare also a few aCCo, nlJl yet due to us for Ih- '70 boxes family Sonn, l4ttAchmcnt.CbM1es W. R hAYWARD, IT'f'f1tCttr.

month after date I shall apply to the JudeO t l.u by fire. year 1S49. They are generally in small amounts 2 1 Fupt-iu>r Tobacco, .lc, 'f LEWIS & but I if the w Iwle could be paid llIorl h', it would from Uranus and for sale bvMcNAUCHT .
of Probate for Gadsden County tot a final settlement AMES go landing Bug defendant and all others interested in tIle PwS.HA7WARDCFebruary / SIJ'CO
I of January 2t, 1550. 3 Agents Talhhatsee. far towards liquidating certain sums which we 0\\t.. & ORMOND THE t
: and difCl.aruefrimtbecMate Hardy Shfpard \ suit -will take notice of the commencement 1,1851'_ _! __ __
LEWIS & AMES.
deceased. E. S. SHEPARL). Adm'r. June S, 1S50. 22 Newport March 22, U5I. 11 thereof, and plead to the same according to law. Academy-

__ Gad"den County January 11. 1551. I Cm BlacksmithingrpHEundersigncd -. A. K. ALLISON Leon Female .,
Bacon, Lard, &c for PlaintUt Trustee. of tEe Leon Female Md1
retprctfnUyinorm New Goods. March 22, 1851. 11 Attorney d4
THE
P. LEWIS"local S CASKS Bacon Side'- J.1i t
p.
the pel
method
JIhe 4 informing
public generally that, Laying a larse and carefully selected stock of OJ -
Shoulder
2
,
Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida; tUll'loyed supeiiur Horse Sheer he is OPENING, Britania and Bright Metal Ware, 10 barrels Mess Pork-- Notice. have opened the above Institution tiKer"* cfl

,. iii the new building imn1CtljtI now ,prepared to execute ail woik in that line in a consisting in part of Tea and entree Pots, French tendance of W. P. CCXNLNCHAM, of S oCl
ROOMS where and usual 25 Flour persons creditors, legatees, entitled to dis which Institution ill: afford all the a
the Tost terms. atlplAtt
superior on
Eastcf Office manner Coffee Fillerers. Pitcher; Candle Stick rf ditTerentqualities. ALL
2 borrela n,110 1 kegs Leaf Lard in
otherwise interested the
or estateof "e
JjC will l be fuuml nnle |irof s frioiuljrSepteml"T ] F. PAYNE. .Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake B->\es, 15 thorough and refined education 0t send'
7, I 850. S5 June 29. 550. 25 If Cannistcrs, and u variety of other articles which Whukey. William IVy at t.late of Hillsborongh County Stat? on such a c.ltin.3 to obviate fie flece55t, .
"
.r f'ng\getL they o/Ter for sale on reasonable terms. Just received jwr Scbr. Barnard and for sale by of Florida dtceastd, are hen by notified to exhibit lag our children from home to acquire tno* o ,
McNAUGUT & ORilON'D.Newport their clain.s and demandsithin 1\\0 from this
I C BYRD 4 t Co. Lave now on hand good aseortnicJit A. E. ilAXWELL. M. D. r.A1'r. Also on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin March 22 the fears Terms pn- Session of lice Jo1tt4The
"c MAXWELL & 151. 11 date to the undersigned, or same will be barred ;
I (f PAPY, Ware of every description manufacturtd here by and all persons indebted In the said estate will make First Class, in which will be targnt all Og S

I Crockery, Jjn and Stono 'Are. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, good workmen,and at lair prices. immediate branches of an English Educatieja, 5L 4)I oa

i I lard ward and Cuticry.KaiU Lead Pipe Sheet Lead Copper Zinc and Cistern CHARLES W. DOWNING, payment.BENJAMIN J. IIAGLER Greek if desired.

t Caf tinjea, it T\LL.UU.SSIE"I'LORIO.1. Pumps for sale. Tin Ronfin Guttering and Job ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Sheriff i anl ex officio Administrator., Second Cas*-.SpeUirjr. Reading, CjcArithmctibEnuj'I ; 1\'
Februarys, 1W I. 5 Woik executed faithfully and with Nattr4 Il$
April 12, 1651. HCC despatch.T. Tallahassee, Florida.tST Tampa, March 29, ISM. 12 St Grammar. ..
.. WHITE & CO. Office at the CapitoF. tory. Compodticn, Ancieiit and Nodel11.P .""IIP

BYHI) & Co. l have jest received a fine a* ort- BEADFORD, September2l,1S50. 37 tf March 15. 1651. Ii) tf Notice. tory, R'Citist ribs. .a-

-, of drew goods such as 11 Y AT LAW TMrJ ""- lb .r.t't\tlmg. nwg.meti .
IX months after *
Notice. date I shall make applicationto G'a"
Embntidered flreuadines and ilusla FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE S History EnguJ o?
Plain and % Geography J5
Court House Florida the Honorable
MadJoa the
and for
ot Probate in
Judge
,
months date I shall
after
to the Hon oa
!
DcLineA. apply
: ]Jk'fllh"C Tiwuc*. Lawn WH IWajrc SIX (fX SIGHT OF TUOMASvlLLE GEORGIA,)) County of Jefferson,lor letters of dismission and discharge 10
.[ and Lace and .UndcrtJccvcl.do. January 18, 1851 2 tf Judge of Probate for the County ol Gad- Fourth C/a&.Spellin .Reading WritingVMusic. e0
ila lia Capca .
BOARD all included a* Executor of (lie last wilt and testament of
tluiiRs at $1o
CuA ai d .uar*. dn tot l letters of final ditmisaion as Admin PRIVATE per 10 II
;
ortroent of Ladfe and CLildren'e 1 PIECES PLAIXSTRAW MATTING, i istratrix of the estate of William McGriff, late of Traveller accommodatedjtlthmit Liquor Ebenezer, Fol omlat of said County deceased. French .- 1
ALSO-A Crw and mu l.ad.ea SIlk Umbr'lW. 1') 6" Colored" eln. said County, deceased. a heap cheaper than Cot:::! elK All persons herein interested,are hereby notiGed ac- BY 11Th T-'r.t

Shoes rar *.l and Sloes cf a variety of Stjlc For sale by C. BYRD & Co. SARAH McGRIFF Adin'z.Quincy T< SMITH. cordingly. HARDY MOORE 11 leSi. 1 tS
Gents January ,
Boot Jefferson
.ApriI12,2l. April 12 1851. 11 December 21 I, 1S50. 50 GiLl January Id, 1651 Cm Ccunty, December 1, 150.13 Co








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