The Floridian & journal
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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 17, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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i Written for the Floridum L Journal] rtrivin to make myself the 1tposesor daylight: to-morrow for Charleston, to be in ations, and boldly go forth resolved to become ETERNAL JUSTICE. Getting into Bed with a Corpse. *

THE riEST LOVE. of sn inestimable a treasure us yorr hand.- 'time :or the packet whiuli sails at 4 o'clock the master of (the hidden mysteries of BY C1IAKLE9 MACXJkV.Tlic A few months since, a son of Erin, about

BV C. B. D.I The day after to-morroxv, I leave you for four > in the afternoon. I cannot go without offering -j knowledge_..of its great and unfalhomaUe man i i' thought a knnvc IT fuol, nine o'clock one evening, called at a country

long years, but memory will often revert with you my thanks, for the many kind words j treasure Such an young man must pros A bigot, plotting! crime, : inn, in the western part of Pennsylvania, and

Cc'JinZC4! /ran car fort.) delight to that fpothere first you listened of admonition and advice which yon have so per, and where such perseverance is backed Who Is,wiw for the than advancement liis time. of hi kind, demanded lodgings for the r.ight. It was

'!.i'tfly after the repast, \vith his moif to my vows of unalterable lo\e.V> 1 go away, frequently bestowed upon ice. Farewell, by a trunscendant intellect, and indomitable Fur hint the hemlock fhall distill, evident from his appearance and actions that

TUT.O: : 1h arm, Arthur purEfled hi way toCL dear AJella, very liappy because I know that ) dear madam, and when I return may it bo to j ambition to excel, success can never be For him the axe be bared lie and liquor had been quite jolly companions -

the UP. s resuence. They 2rr1vdjuc1b my hopes arc centered upon one \\hn is too see you both enjoying life as you now ilo. { doubted, and so it H with our hero, and it For him the gibbet shall be built, throughout the day. The landlord wa<

:U1. prering I o go to )ok a'tert noble to allow a doubt to diatract my mind, j With a hearty shake of the lady's hand, yet remains to be told if he has profited by Him For him the stake prepared; 3. lazy, good-natured soul, and had imbibed j

( hi p1z.ntaton. As hs lady and yoa doubtless will feel that *arne confidence he left the pail or and proceeded to the entrance and reaped the bnefits of those opportunities ; skill with the storm deadly ana aim wrath of u.tnIursue rather freely that day himself. ;"

Mrs. Mai ion were constant vi-utos, be ia me. eliving in my honor, you :, accompanied by Col. Manning: who for research which have been presented' And mahce. envy, spite and; He*, If I give you a light, and tell you where
1d justly anticipate a consummation of j said, ;3Iy 7 dear boy, now that are about ',io him. Shall desecrate his "
: hzd couietu JIMS the day, ; may our you name. the room is, you can tind the place, said the *
: rL:1rked most Hrdfeut uifbcs, spared in life by an all. to engage in new scenes ami to enter na it j [Th Ic; C'd.] But truth shall conquer at the last. landlord.
|i'vLailiI' : ,
itll.ep-: wise Providence." i were into r. new fctate of existence, it behooves For round and round we run. -
wilUeAve csch Och au'it's meesell that do that most
you to enjoy | And ever the ri, ht comes can -
: r''ful uutil from *' I confide in 300, Arthrr, because I know you therefore t. look well to it that your ;ic- J, II r.rip. CRIP*,-"Tis TIME'Tis And is done.uppermost illegantly. Jist show the *I'll find
!;_ society my return j jv ever justice me way,an
,},e> ': '* that your love for me is of such a charachr'as lion; ? may be cf such a character aa al'.vay> TIMI:. -The house book-taki-r and bookseller it jejolned the Irihrnarr. "
Ufv; .VO.AOfl6. I Pa' ll old Socrates azy,
< neither time absence eflacc and thebitt to it I do not thi-to. II.vapKa, of New York U house built e througa thy c J
.. u y frequently accompanied the nor can me: approbation. sy a Cheerily to end fro; The directions were given him, and also a
;ir; smifehine of the few happy hours which { fearing that it would be otherwise, but of the tkulls cf English authors. Never did Trust the candle
i'l'! ''' 'ides fcwmnd hi* plantation, you to impulse of thy ouI. lie was directed to goto a room in *,;

rnii l.i'fi of- tie: transaction which had tafct hrtpe cf a delightful! repetition upon your retern. j through inexperience commits it&dfunialentionsJly 1 scalps as have tallen to the lot of the Ex- They may luittor to rartli the lamp of clay he had reached the top of the stairs hU light

nb! bi'iwecn himself and his dangliter.Aft. It is trup, hard for me to think of your'boiag and as men advanced in years j Mayor rSt-w'.York. i lie is a man all brains But That they hold.cannot* a light qucrch divine the fire of thought had become extinguished, find he had forgotten

>n.; ("'!" common place conversatioa Arthur separated from tne for fo great r.lengtli'' frequently do the same, if is but just lo con- -the braies of ether people. Harper makes fly any such deadly Trine; in what direction he was to go. Seeing

< 'inir< )".tic' ,J the subject as follows: ; of time, and by so peat distiince, but we'' elude thnt youth, nnaiiied by experience ami his daily four meals oH'ue bents of HritUhpenmen. They cannot blot thc spoken word* rays of light issuing from a room, the door of i

coi!, Manning. I have come over to day must all feel that it is for the best, and it observation, is liable lo b thrown into those i A joint of fiulwer decks his break- From the memory of man, which stood slightly ajar, he reconnoitered

matter invlrieh would indeed be selfish in me to wish you (o I earns errors. It is beat to be forewarned a- fji&t-tabc! ; at luncheon he has a snack of By all the poison e er wat brewed the inside of the room, and found it to contain
u >on a
: yourdsusriitc' Since time it
,,? O.HHI YC uj forego the advantages held out to for the J inst tlos"1 er'ors-I thtr. fo'c t to Tennyson ; at dinner, icker.s and Macaulay, core began.
'- happiness] and my own is inliaiatojr you g roqne. you j To-ilay aViored tomorrow r.dorcd. |a bed, in which lay a man, and a stand with
Jori'ifit fi. In n few days I shall leave iaipjovcineiit of your fiue and poll-shed mind. consider, observe and set ah ays after deep with! Mrs. Somenilb and Mrs. Ilowitl asj So round and round we run, a small lighted lamp upon it Feeling disinclined

viN-fc <>f be vbood's days to take up i irav My mother asked me how I could reconcile reflection. As regards your ttuoios, I cm sure j side-diibes; and at supper-for Harper has a [ And ever the truth comes uppermost. to make any further search for the
these myself to the ? and I that I that will them with wondrous t'igeslion' James and M rs. Trollop And ever is justice done
abode rrH>!i those truh whom have sr.c separation replied you prosecste assiduity i i room to which he had been directed, he ci-
ap-y.niMaiep, ffoiwg to a distant clime, j ji could not widi to deter you from making use i and energy. Itemember the old but excellent ?. Since the first book went to press, and Tl>A in tuy cave, grey Anchorite, vested himself of his clothing and quietly crept

ret ) !! that I hold dear-I go tc drink from of those advantages, which the university maxim, kRoxvledga i is power,' ajj: profit by J tin? iirt booLsellcr was born of that operation, Be wiser than thy peers; into lie back part of the bed. lie had been

i e'i, !IE jocnui'i a; vbose waters arp refreshing holds out to you. Our mothers have had a those studies-that you may be successful iu no man has been known w ith the swallow of Augment And trust the to range coming of human?. power.. in tile bed but a few minutes, when a young

,1,2 and, rro.iWe.. I go to worship a*,thai! fhriaeirt long talk upon the subject, and I ani happy all that you may undertake and return benefited -] oar New York Ifaipor. Indeed, Ii3 can hardly They niay call thee wizard yenr, and monk accursed, lady and gentleman entered the room. The

tuuth !Father hawed i i humble adora1 13 the knowledge that our families arc willing1 by the opporlinitit-s which hr.v- been so''' be called so much a mnu-as a safe, a And load thee with dL-pral; Irishman eyed them closely. They seated

my freel that knowledge which : and desire; the uuiou." i freely opened to you, is my f-iicere: wish anti j brazen safe.: And yet there are people, who, Thou wert 1 lx rn five hundred years tuo iooa j themselves on chairs in close proximity toj

1 L-sh r. 1 ft ire tc\t >hi's pictured to nae as the beau my 'Twas thus they sweetly communed togethor ardent hu|>e,, and 1 tiust that the hopes of your1| failing ia admit.ition, of such a miracle of a1 But For not the too comfort for of human thy days kind j I each other, and after chatting merrily for a
( and in that fond and devoted gifted father (whose I cherish witli being, put a knave's triek him. Advertisements soon ;
Jed cffcumna greatness-derating the sod confiuing memory i; upon Time Jos rjxrard in store; | short time, the young man threw his arm a-
doc aim the transitory and fleeting love, wLicli is ever inspired by purity and fraicrnal afl'ection) may be ful! T realized. jt
it e of*tl.K terrestrial world, and transportuj innocence, they continued their walk, indulging then-pursue that j path whieu i strewn with of t'uis melancholy truth. The saint that we adore. j imprinted a kiss upon her tempting lips.j .-
.Qen realms of in mutual hopes and wishes. the choicest of fljv.crs, laiou ledge and wis.doni. Mr. Borrow has recently sjnt a nightmareto ThE blind' can see, the slave li lord; j There was a vitchery in it which demanded
I i.i bright ,
ini'; : t e up- So round and round '
we run
> uiedj'ltc -' *"T 3 now, dear Adella, nearly sundown, ] press under the till!_ of Lnczngro. The a repetition. The scene tmased the Irishman
wlij.h: I'M- great delight toUngerand And ever the j is proved to be ,
n mother will! be anxious to home before Arthur his hand n convuliivc house of Putnam had! pcrchri&eiFaii, early and wrcrg wrung and free from
I uijw of my departing hence, mud get gave grasp And ever i*justice done, I vastly, being selfishness, he
!hriAi u: .ifc I have Jong done that pure and nig'itf.ifi' ; we will therefore retrace oir stc-ps. ; murmured a faint gooJ bye," and passed exclusive Mr.copy of the book of its English publisher Keep, Galileo, to thy thought. 'concluded tfcatjiis sleeping companion should,

tiu'r'r>.-c S'V.e' for t-o&r suitable an 4 iucoin-' [ fchall come orei to-morrow afternoon to into the piazza where Adella was anxiously 31urrny-much to the virtuous ire And nerve thy fdiil to boar; frriw' ba a participant vith him i iii the enjoyment of

,,. an-j have pA'ned her consent for wars. Titue Tn his ceaseless course will "Dear Adella, I go now-I leave you for set to work ia his own adroit! and energeticway From thy pangs of thy despair; i but bis companion stirred not. He then put
II } a'it. pro- roll+i around and shout heart has been laid to obtain the sheets wet- -the wetter the They may veil their eyes,but they cannot lu.le
,id \o!'i's and soUr lady's i is not withheM.I'r.s bring many changes years-my bare to you, j 1 he mi's meridian glow; his hand upon him, and found that he wa*
I e ro,; ult-d my mother who has freely ere we meet ain-our ehilbood's scenes miy i you arc acquainted with its inmost recesses. better-from the rcs. A monster ia the TIi"! heel of a priest may tread thee down, I tightly locked in the cold embrace of death.
be but that moment in which 1 not in and because I hunan form, employed by :Ir. Putnam-with with this
roi i have dear your affectionate love was plighted, will live confide: in the strength of your fiction, the no touch of respect for the trading enterprise But never a truth has been destroyed; out of bed. exclarning-

1 1oarapro1.ation.for decide. Iind long after all else may be forgotten." j fondness and purity of your love. Farewell ; of Harper and Co.-conveyed to those per-i They mav curse it and call it cnme; arther! murtherHowly! saints ov luY-
i is
N., t'.ld' a.'!. aLl it you to Pervert and" betray, or slander and Jay,
motives and They Lad reached the hocec nnd found dear Adella." j severing men a copy of Lnrcngro; a copy Its teachers for time. en, perfect me !r' 4
'! i'v! liniH.rabie: a devouring a ;
|]nvo for daughter, I have been induced Mr?. Marion prepared to rt-turn home. Mrs. I Farewell, Arthur may God bless and pro- j which, in the! guik-lessncss of their book-nim-i But the sunnhbe eye shall light die sky, ; lie had scarcely touched the floor with his li

to u.ik'' ynir f.iii jidtuice v.-liiih I trust will Manning looked at her beauteous child in tact you"-a single kiss,and he leaped into hi5 ming hearts, they bt-liwed to bo perfect; and, A* rc' nd and round we nm. : feet before the young lady and gentleman -1

ponfe'dcr: iu you fond admiration, as the lesned upon the arm saddle and hurriedly! dashed away from the so believing, set an army of compositors to And truth sliall ever come unperraot, were making rapid strides toward the stairway ''!

nut(Col. .Mtinuitig reprc-bensihle listened in silence me. and when of him to whom her heart's first and purest scene of his sorrowful parting. Adella iu-i work, and produced their Laccngro at the And justice shall be done terror leIng depicted on their countenances. ,',i

had toncluded love had bern given, the finally! broke! the mediately repaired to her chamber and gave i same moment-a double-birth---wjti} the Lar- And lives tuera-now such men as tlie e-- They had just reached the top of the i
Arthur speakiu replied
tilence by remarking, vent to a flood cf tears which she could! no (Kgro of Mr. Putnam With thoughts like the great of old i stairs when the Irishman came dashing along .j
"Arthur I hsie for months noticed
some liave tlied in their
j' Well children well control and re-ular wonJcr t-o far, so well, and we sec Harper jocund Many misery. | all the fiends of Erebus close "
the growir2 attm.liment that rristed bolvvoen really, you are a assorted longer can you j And left their tliot'ght. iintold; as though were i ij

rBT5p'fnnd' my i (hopbter, and mu't acknowl.ii couple iis far as good looks are con1ceraed at it I to think of being teparatcd for a con- 1 and smiling rubbing his hands, and An 1 many live arid are ranked as mad, j at his heels, intent on making him their prey, i'\\

;. tat i ffarcJ titst would hara mutoyoarealxes and 1 hope you both possess those udcrabie length of time from the bright object then twiddling sympathetically in his pocket An 1 plied J in the e ld world' ban I and the whole three went tumbling down '
( -
t1y CQI1tttd you too early. I would ; superior qualities of the mind which will ena- j upon whom all our earthly hopes are -as his face glows upon his own Larcngro. For sending their bright, far-seeing souls j stairs, and it is hard to determine which of *:

haw p i-r r.'id: liui this matter had remniued | ble you to pass through life with pleasure and centered-all of our best r.'Fcctions placed (Sawney Hean must have tmiled in the same Tile Three) toil centuries in j>enury in and the grief run. j the three reached the foot of the stairs first.- 1 1I

unJur! d until both had completed > satisfaction to yourselves." '; is indeed a trial which the strongest and i sweet, playful! way upon the child set apart Unknown, if not maligned, I Tho landlord stood aghast as the Irishman .'I!
ynu adieus and hcaria find it difficult battle agsin | for his dinner.) And now V.T see the harper rushed into the bar-room with bettveen '
vrur eiaca'Jn and had orrived at off j jIluwever The usual were cxclianged, proudest Forl'/rn, forlorn, tearing the scorn | nothing on -
'_ have made years thee Arthur, with art aOeciionste press ol the hand, And that love, two, (lie first warm cmotJfn* 1 jaw suddenly fnll-and the Harper orbs Hash Of the meanest >f nuuikind. [ him and nudity bat a garment vulgarly

( eIn. atid! as joa} lias I I"ft tho fir object of his early 'reiuns. As he'' of a you: g, innocent ;ud confiding heart.i lierctly, for Harper reads an Advertisement But yet the world goes round and round. I styled a shirt, the hair ofhi's h'ad standing -
daughter accepted, And the gcuLd es.-ons ,
my ; 'i tends increase thj of that triaL to the effect tHat tils-JIappcr's Larcngro run I end, luo rpftfly l
.. ; to views the sub reiirtd, Adella observed, to magnitude And ever the truth come uppermost, upon ovo.lialle tf oj from
; :
give -
: my Ujica had but ar imperfect, a maimed, a crippled Leicr.ngro. their sockets, and he gaped for breath. It \
": u.i-h tUest had better to "Bear mother, i is he not noble 1" | Arthur one more sorrowful parting togo And ever 14 jcstice done.
,, L ; 1i aro you tjdie witut go iii- 3Iy dear Adella, yoar young heart Ic-.ks through with, and then he felt that he And o it is. For the false man who cor.vrytd Scene the Isthmus. I j was a sight that would have made a man *;

; PJTEe yG1 only to those glossy qualities of the surface wotHd be relieved. The parting from those ; the sheets had ordered the press accordingly on ;i laugh who had worn a vinegar face from thtdas'ofhiis ?
i. L.it rircuwslsacs if passible to inter- | We have remarked some of the roughest
;. by wliich: wo are olUrns deceived in oar \\Lotn! we ImlJ clear is not a matter of small -had omitted some four iy five pages, birth ,.,. Nothing could induce him j
If wlicn "
.! \j progrt'S4. you return, Calculations, and tliough I fondly love yoa and importance-oar belt power.and energies tillh.g! them up with stars-malignant stars ; specimens of humanity passing through this i ito seek a bed that night again. When the ii
nd alf! &lil cherish :
i : v-iur tae city, that \ve ever cast in our life.
\\j.if. wo-ilJ aflard r.r.i proud of the judgment you have display- I are tasked to the utmost extent of endurance. dropping grief and loss to hIaper-and fco I! eyes upon the i young lady and gentleman found that it was
: u taiag we greater Tha other day, while standing at Exchange -
t-4a! the union. ; cd in your sdt-clirj, yet the fact tht none of 1 After having slept soundly! Artlnr arose at !his own Ijarcngro is a LcreMgrv lutt ; to the I not the corpse that had so unceremonioutlyI '
i'.i'i-t'T of
in called the
to tospur iv our attention was to one
n'M l, as are jjcrf-tt in this world forces i'.oelf upon dawn. He cs 'iiplf.-ted his tjilt! with: a'l! po- ezef i-ding wrath of Harper and the fcelf-glori- i I boumletl! from the bed, they returned to thai ;
inn-lit j S3onor given to you ii.aa hardest looking of customers, just arrived -
Adellau us with ,ii'r.istiikoable proof" r.hd i i. your j nble dispatrli, and hurried to t'-e apr.-Uneni fic.-.tion o IMt..ani ,11'iry i room, (they being the watchers for the night,)
-sr.\ know bat after -
in the "Isthmus from California
yjun mia nril ,
Poor ILirperY! n-orlJ we had the in- i and, doubtless' commenced their courting ati
does! uhcre breakfast him.
< lyoallifvl pati n not pjove ephemeral, a warm was kwch'njj
'l''vii.'Htd pbe 1fl4 have : residence in El Dorado.
by p1ig a8, evidently a long
perhaps when linked in destiny with : His mother met him with hf-r usanl ssiuile.-.- i ztr.'mect of Harper Orpheus to lament losses i the point where it was suddenly broken oS"
flppirtanity' of i *fciiur this pasiioa, and so j you may lie. and tho c with him, were bearded like
Arthur ti!i = that he is of The of without such as thine-i h. Harper!-with harp no!
i.j-t li i bnrs of rover! possessed many repast was pnHaken a single J
y.i-j. it ihf separation Vtsarfi with pards. Heva listening to the jabber of a Lilies "Written.
faults which human !, Tty and .strung golden-hair; not strung with
of those
r i'1' iic! c TiKtr.it appearance f f nsw fares, ti poor nature syllaMo being ex ;sngtd. ciuge but native who had hired him a mule, and en Tn a Lavyrr's Office, on tJtc Approach of Spri4g.Wbt'rea. .
; i* U'jir. I do not this iut.-nding to endeavor l.arfes are at li.e door, w M-ig to convey common cat-gnl ; with the literary heartbtrings -
.. say
o y i' i ent t'j yoar wiebea. Cheri sh of ilri.ithcl'w.clz.! seeing his baggage, was remonstrating to get s, oa certain bough and spray, ,,
scribbling .
I ;: :ynu see proper, IMAI.I( at any 1 to'ihfljence yiu contrary to your fee-'' their ma* V ieet4an, but meJxJv to direct your iution to to a far c.Utont clime. Tlie ter.. 'lie momeist ,An-l ?un-lry 2a-vrer thfir heads upraise;
oramicbUitv I
; k-atitv 1vI1. V."IKE-MISTRESS---LADY.-Who marries homlrc" said he, a bargain's a bargain : !
fart that inarrid life from l beloved mid adored ; hail to the! coming c n of Spnrg! *
the must not for
.'! ', tlui, honor bound you expect popurating a dollars I !
hat that you arcbj' t for Iv takes r wife ; who marries for the | agreed to give you twenty ; paid ?
to ? that tuu lii-ie of hap Incas and bliss mother has arrived. Jlrs. Marion Lad already of tlrfe aU bird .
iv ; You uuderu.iid Y ; J I The songs arouse
t tic fascination.; ; sake of convenienrttakes it mistress; who yon. the half; start your boots am a man
i .1' i it love't fund &IUUJ which your fanciful imagination ;n.y: ;jctoreit pven all the advice she considered neeessary j mule The Tannery of our youthful hotir.
minutes that
'J' ui; >.i y jur i'ctttu: inarri from consideration takes a lady. of few words: but if in ten and
[tii! bjrie: \\it''( uudima.tfd brigbUic&s in your Ofle-.i do clouds assaH" the skies of inar- to a son who had over prnCtted sad ; You are loved by year wife, regarded by your ain't ready packed, there will be one dead A; gretn fresh a*and tl.e eivrtit aa sprays these Faid lx.vglecAi flower

i--ikn' *, i I fcliaH tie union. 1'iAI life, and then were obliged to bdiex'et' benefitti-d by her n'l.uuhiiluay, and therefo'ei He drew i
isi gladly coubent t-j mijjtrcsn, tylcratetl l by vrurlajv'. You livea nigger about these diggins. a revolver -
A* a iu oi honor that inda- stern reality that true earthly liappiness the rj-lrting scene was all that was to be en- ; from his belt looked the and Tlie bird* ar)reaid-hawy pr ir -
in assure yoo no < wife for yourself .1 rnistres for yonr houeami at caps, | Lore,"mid the aforeeaiu bouglu civOirinciIn
1 u'sal! bo uwiJ tut wu her from you, thoagi is but"the fancied dream of a distempered acted. Mrs. Marion lookui.fondly upon her its friends, a l.-i-'y' for the worlJ. Yonr turning round, looked savage defiance at ev-1! freehold nests: themselves, their heu '

>'* Rhall lv. exerted to bind herto you-tlir mind. j pen--lie Uuew his aims arocud her netk, wife will agree xvith! you,your lady will manh"e cry body. At that instant, a lady on a mnl. j Administrators and ass-ign?. ; V

'Ctai'b f Cnpid's C>nrt.

fl.:4: &d td&Ll be lullowed. Witii thi11 noble, and you mistake his temperament; i burst into an agony of tears, c-xciiiuaug houfcthol.l your mi l.-css of your honse, ycur California, were trying to pass the Mocked Where tenut-r {iltuntifLk actkna bring-

ihii.. ,',, jiad ,f yrmatid Amelia love eicholh- when you attribute faults where all is empli.it1ienlly *' Dear mother, your fmde. t wished shall l Lily of :iwaraices. If you are tick, your up thoroughfare. HU eyes met the appealing > Season cf frolic aud of port,
.. favhlesr." j be carried out, and I will ;trive most earnestly Hail, cs afortwud, cc.rnirg P ring!
a* atdcutly as I bf-liw yon do, you may 1: wife- will nurse, y-ti, yojr mistress will visit gaze of the mother. In an instant hi* ;.

t Jrit.Itte3, as under those circumstance* JWre. Manning could not suppress a smile that your highest; hopes nr.y be realiced." ''yo::, and yonr lady '.. ill enquire; after your i' whole countenance was changed. lie doffed English and Anericsn Rivers Cobpor d.In .

'ti tit tl li however a rhange "cotne at her daughter's simplicity: and iaroccucc. 4< Yes, dear Arthur, elritc us you have always ''heslth. Yon take a 'aalk with your wife, a1 his hat to the lady' backed the mule, homlrc the memoranda of Dr. Breckenridge*

1, ir e bjAritof y urdr uiik" you mkherIXSTK 1 *' Ah dear Ac!Jla, that ia the way I reasoned '. striven, and you need not despair of i ride with yoar mistress, and join parties with (. and all, and with a sweep of his arm, called travels in Europe, some tea years ago, tho

it, for yoo could not lo\e where too when but a girl aisd the firat dream of' niccess. Farewell, 1113 dear fhild. May your lady. Your wife will share your grief, |; the attention of his comrades: Back boys," i following anecdote occurs:- -

*' "' Ji'tiviwd fi* mini" love had invrtl my hitherto untouched heai : Angels hover around you and protect you, your mistress your money, and your lady your [ said he, make way for the lady !" The A gentleman-like. ?.nd well informed Eng

J ln;] !hofi C<4, Manning, for an entire : Come, let us gn into the parlor, and dismiss and may that Clod \ ho.has so huMiinjrKshowered debts. If you aro dead your wife will shed way was cleared, and the lady passed. Our j lishman, who was m tli'e stage coach with mr,
:rpp'r.ial! froai the concrntion for the present." his i.icstiniiiMa bK-s-a'jgs! upon y i.u, stalwart friend ttood after them for found I American after
you, but mui* acknowledge tears, your mutrcss ..lanjt-iit, and your| gazing a : and -who out was an ,
r' llWe of.v r remaps aiiddear wr H shall Mrs. Mniion; and AtUur having arrived nt guard, defend and guide in all whijhyou may lly vVear'mounting. A yeir after your death minute or two, and as he tarnc'l round, we dilating on the greatness, the beauties, tlioi

Iy; : yfu djr. I shall however daring my home, llsfly engaged -nsrlvcs in malang ( undertake." i I marrieS cgaln your wife, ii: ix months your I could perceive his face suffused with tears; i i majesty, in short, of this noblest of Britis'i

".wrt nay II.TC. slUl comfort myself towards the necessary nreng meiitE. preparatory to j 1'arewell, dear mother. May your prayers mistress, and ia six weeks or sooner, when 1 on wiping them, he perceived us regarding' rivers, (the lliames) concluded thus : ,,
J TJr.d. !":.'tr as oaa who lovles and is be'JUdan his departure* oe day remained, and then be answered. I mourciitg i i' over, your lady.LTrroAFrEIt him closely : I have been away from home, j i Sir, it may seem almost incredible, but it

ia brmjr? bug ulibewce from my 'Iw wzi s to bid atlicu lo thopo scenes of his He tore himself from her fond embrace, sir," said he, in a faltering voice, for two is nevertheless true,that this prodigious strVntrt
I :
'; .V4 )land 1 vill return 1 Leue to gain the boyhood, upon which; his mind would delight! and seating himstlf in the carriage, commanded 1)NEn.-Dr. CombellKfriauljoriyon -I years; Ihr.t woman, and the faces of tboie is, from its mouth to its source, not math, if,

!'>:uiwd '&O1.! to linger, and to recall miuy :.n happy hoar 1 !'''C driver to proceed at a rapid rate. ; : all rnttersofhiygiene, says: little children reminded rue of my family. '! at all, short of one hundred and fifty miles .

Tie civerMiba: lion lamed Ar- pa sed in cgrccable cxercibe within the limits'' We will not follow hin through I.H joarney j Vlcning:: after ilintier is a bad practice. On : God bless my girls and their mother!" ?o, '| long f

nuJ.6, and t'oL Manning also upon took the I of i Ids own l sutiful possessions. The next to the vessel. .Sufiice it to ?ny he arked l awaking tioni such indulgence, there is gen'crally shaking himself, as il were, l.e returned his j; 1 looked steadfastly in his face-lo see if

I "tu.ji.y of! adiuinibtciing pome vcrv whole- | lay Arthur and his mother completed their there cafe{ and started at thr appointed time some degree of febrile excitement, in j revolver to his belt: and, in a mild voice, said [ he jested ; but the gravity of dep conviction

;i' Mvictf, a* (u hia future: coarse. j arrangements, and conversed over many circumstances for IJritain'g rock-bound cot t. !!I consequence of the lutKr states of cligesliouIwiiig to the native, Come, homlre, as soon as S was upon it. Indeed, John 15 uU never jest.,

kiifr blowing the n ouib5te nl'edion? to with which Iu3 own future wcl-[ When we reflect upon the young leaving hurried on; it is only useful in old peo- you can, my friend, get that mule ready, and : After composing myself a moment, I slowly

t hlt d-jr; affair*. Col Manniqgand his 1 fare was iutimatily coarted.. Many a word I all the fond endearments of a happy home in pie, and in sonic cases of dtaease. Hecp becomes -! you shall have what you ask. more." And responded

of aduce and encouragerucut did the devoted pursuit knowledge, it awakens emotions of'' wholesoiBe! only to the healthy when "
.g Muni turned their steiw homeward, | so saying, he walked thoughtfully away.VarMina Perhaps, sir, you have never heard of tho. -
;;.t j n dwt. ti.ne r.nivt-d. Arthur immediate: j mother atlniiuiatcr to the child of her bosora. } intense deligl.t and admiration. A fondjnother ; taken rt those hours pointed out by nature ; an paper | Ohio river T* ,

I ; u his uijthcr tihose couutenance Wo will howevr-r, pats on to the afternoon. whoFC, maternal care and regard hnibvec 2XCCE3 ofit produces lassitude and corpnlen1ev I think I have." *

Ilinl, ndicntod that thing was in his Late ia the evening' Arthur may have been extended to us from the period of our infancy, and utterly debates and stupifies the mind. | DAXE NATURE.-Some people think old Perhaps of the Mi?!onri ?I"

( Mrs. Manniug,every too, nut him with ansiihlr. seen accompanied by his fair companion f.iking is deprived of the delightful society of n gif t-! Corpulent people thonld fch-ep little and upon Dame Nature does all things well ; but we .* I think so ; though! hot sure."

zeh ., while the of his loved the usual walk *:long the avenue of noble' ed/afiVetionate, and noble son. To f cpnrate j hard! beds, while they should take abundance: think s-he Is as blind as Madam Fortune herj j, Oeitahdv of the Mississippi
eves one, .
kam.d fort'j with tllat radiant ,! oaks which led to the house. I himself from all oi those pleasures which can of exercise and live ab'.temiou&ly, that their' self, and asstuf id as Congress on private bill Oh N :
wlitk biilliancy will sqnd at home and! balk be reduced. day, el.-e she would have placed the vital or- [ yes yes.
Adella 1 be long
is e\er tho offspring of happiness and Dear always a mcs- only experienced among unhealthy may in their ; Wtil, sir, s man -fl descend the OIiioin
of ladles of the present day arms, >
in letters to mother aaf' cherished and valued fzhnds-to leave a gans
t J lu rntiaect a general! The conversation two families until then dinner engag-was-, you sage must to you also do my the same. my 15y this means (|; bright and cheerful Crcttdo where his presence yiy daughter why do you look at the j down near their wrist, where the ornemental, i a miles.steamboat*"! of C,0 largest class, a thousand

The CnisheJ will we will be informed of each! other's welfare ever inspired joy-to tear himself from j| moon so much i" inquired a mother of of her sleeve and balloon puffing would have given Of
"jnonased. 'wha
repast we how i"
( ow the lovers in their wall and our minds will be lightened of that bur- j the sweet and syren voice of his heart's first j! daughter, a young lady just entering her them room to move. If sho comprehended j '* A r many -
young ; along thcnsaud mik'3 and. there he will moot..
and '
not obstinate j
tii' revelation the fitness of things, was asa
Ven den imposed by absence. i and only love, immediately after a sixteenth year. *
which led
from the road ,
public to another
steatnuoat of hc cTas
cl. residence. Dear Arthur, I will do all that you desire, of those ecstatic feelings-to create a void Why, ma, they fay there's a man in it," mule, the would not cling fo her old plans, ;lias same ?,
one in direction twelve
H Ad1la conversed with I confide in me ryul you will never find that ; among those friends of his early youth, and was the innocent reply. regardless of all modern improvements ia tlii-: ,'' an opposite him-
uavo your : !red miles down the JltesoBti ami then
of discovery Wliat business lias' after
fl41 I all of the which encircle great age
I confidence misplaced. relinquish pleasures
uon the of and! he i
i subject our hopes, Second Love. going fifteen hundred down
r mies the
stomach [
she crowd her and, heart mores -
to ,
** cotjjkjj in \\ishes | "Yes, dear Adella, I will feel m} self EC- the scene of our boyhoods days-I say, to ana
to acquiesce our Jlnt Lore U n pretty romance, liver and lungs into peoples trunks, v.ith ; .Mississippi-he may see that flood of wat< n*
1 out
lovid.d l til1 i cure in your unbounded love,n.d; though fate make all these sacrifices for the purj>ofce of ,
> njlu 3 arc unchanged uponrc'tttra I TLnugL not so lining as recou'd ; regard to how'mnch they mav be iu tlo disembogue by fifty channels into the seas"
thy has ordained that is for the mind with the of
fruni the He has how- j n separation our mu- j storing gems an way
nuiverfcity. from their trance, had I had made mFntt ( be
i ; Tor vrbcn one's awoke of their wardrobe I If she Sajul tip my o considered:
thai still neither time absence knowledge in corn-
I''iaceJ advantage, nor i enlightened H every jcspecti
no restrictious upon our actions, There's Ktot-k of bli1 in tLc te'c4Ld. could a cheat ; so I went calmly and *
id a great mon sense, she see that tlio chest of all vraphatfcallr
the whole :I will dim the faiUiful heart whose fond vibra i calculated to excite our amazement and admiration. !- ,
14' jHm dear has acted wisely/ lions beat in unison with own. Now ;. The above mentioned circumstani AuJ tVn fc! oalJ the gcconJ *iiU-ide, other parts of the body, is just that were c through the statement !v As I pfRgressed, mV '
Aiiliur your
4. ?' you can be happy, ( A lover Uiuuld never desj-nir; : has internal j tad companion seemed somewhat disposed t tttako
1U.. lady no room machinery
oftimes deter ,
uns ia lii* word for I abjured love ; we are at the door, I will step into the pailor i too a young man from the
"in c-vor increase, am our i aud bid adieu to your parents." i! pursuit of that bMght and glorious tlet-tiny Fir the trrrul H mK-ommojilr VI-IP, what i is time reason ehe does uofc move her mj story as a j crtonal affront ;.)iot at
'Yf dear Adella I 'i1l eonith'r 1 Ailbur opened the door cud entered the ,, which may await him. To give up all these ,.k1KI tII women_uncommonly fair.U workshop out of the establishment that will its close, ho let dWu hb visage ini\; .icontemptuoua *

myscll charms and ,Te; poets )r rupture may tell,, '; r : be less inconvenient lo the .mUlrcsj of the pout, and ie-nlaily cut in/ac:
l. aiidc woil
o 011. I do not -arthe in03fncoinal < ioon.! O Manning; laying a : fascinating enchanting pleasures, ;4a
"kb t' world endeavor to he had bf-en pending, nroy to meet him.- requires an imniiMue dogrt-eof dibit and resolution I V1oncytt were ftil to Uie tcst, j .aj mansion IVe would just liko some" of the quaintance.. -

''4t may ,: I bid and and it is indeed a gloMoi 'lhlng"to A firtt; IOTP t all very well, admirers Nature to answer these questions,
HH.-tyR swprt blmdikm! 'nts, Mill l! "jCoL Jlanning, come lo you your : niches :onsst? in that wIiictTc'&l anti
Ih ,, I fi i, 1a 1.TJU.: f will IC.T.T as ton know bv SPO a v Mith thr"w aMc all of the ? c"nci: Pa tclii" c int (lLo lnl>'n'> the I'et. and weMpar.cfora rr-1y. -3/r.*. .:ri/jp' "t in that which ij ;mpemious.




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(Ec/oriMflii&0iirniilJ() [ Convention South cf Carolina.A from. the Adopted unanimously.'J. r I The Basis Question in Virginia. Account of he] Crops. Singular Atij7.:
', RtfdreJ, That this meeting looks with At the last accounts the Virginia Convention We find iu the Savannah Georgian of the A daring and 1 Olrlt singular .
: ous Southern .h
flights Associations or the t
confidence and attempt
hope to the Convention oft'1e 10th instant the folowing: extracts, relating made on the 7th 1fu
T.\ LL.1TsiI: : State appeared ta be as far from the f\eUI instant to
met in .Charleston on 3Iond.iy the 5lh people! to exert the sovereign ofthe assassinate M
Suite Sa defence power : went of tho the question of the basis of ta the crops- 11.[ Holaey, editcr of the Athena
of its i
S.TflDAY, MAY 17.; 1851."Westminister ; instant, and adjourned on the Sth, after a. rights:at the carli- } representation (Ga.) ur':
dotting est practicable! period, and in the most dft.'ct.I I as ever. A vote had been taken The Coming Crop*.-The Natchez Couri. by a woman named Jane Young, fco '
and \
t- I an addrt-ss resolutions the latterof
:-T = -su
- -- -- ual manner; and to the Legislature to adopt the white basis er of tho 29th ult., says : In tIlii neighborhood posed to reside
which lost on
to adopt by a Tugalo
nci w for April. wjich: : will be found below-the former tho most speedy and effectual ;!I was (Adams County": Miss and its vicinity) River 5a S
towards Carolina.
measures majority of nine-then Eanxcr
The April number of tha Westminister Rctiexvisrecehed. I we will publish! nc.\t wuk. The resolutions,, the same end. followed vote to adopt there is a very general complaint among the of the Sth} giu, g

I the mixed basis, which was also lost by planters! and those north ofus ; following account of tlie .... *
it \\ill! he especially outrage
Contents-I. Modern Ca!- 1 sccn, go for secession, alone and L To this resolution there were six dissenting among "
I I a majority of one. 1.cso01e3 seemed to of the untoward of the cottoncrops. I Wednesday, afternoon
ld writers ; II. Recent i h India without the concurrect cction of of the voice?. prospect (lre
Campaigns I
; I any about 3
I I evince a determination to compromise, when Many planters have been compelledto o'clock P.: M., the editor of .tIJ
U!. Er;; hh Mathematical l Literature! ; IV.Kartineaa other: Southern States. The Convention I The question was then taken en tie! adop-j various propositions plow up and plant over. The very cold per being absent fiom his office, a th :
j were presented, one from I \\"OnJa
mi Atkhson en Mr.n's Nature numbered between four and fire hundred del- ton; of tl.e Address, and it was adopted with 1 I' )Ir. Uotts and dry winds, which have prevailed for sometime slight frame, with grey eyes and tlaek L.or.

fjJ Dcvflrtppmcnt ; V. Revolution! aaJCoaster j I: 'agates-" the picked men, says the 3Icrcury but one dissenting voice./ j: dividing i the representation equally I back, have so hardened the ground that I about 45 years 0 f., entered the ofiSe*1.

n'rclution1. Manuge with adccssscJ |' of every part of the State." From the lion. "'m. II. Gist, of Union, submitted! between the East and West, giving to each I the seed will not germinate.: Where the cotton enquired for the proprietor, of a 1srntlc ad j
j section eeventy-five members-another from I has come up the cut worms have il I sitting at a table in the reading
r.fV! fister '11. deliberations of tlij iit11ier.tbotIy, and from the following resolution : ct-P3tlllect.
; ; PilomMic; Re i .
| Mr. Saunders proposing to elect the House very destructive We feel perfectly justified I tie ing told that he was absent i"he

farm ; VIII. Ministerial Ciids ; IX. Pst 'I in&ir.tions: from nearly every section of the I Resolved, That this meeting is not disposedto i Delegates on the white basis aad the Senate in asserting that there u less cotton now upI the press room and repeated tie sane Went ito

tept; -Education ; X. Foreign Literature ; State, vra arc forced to the conclusion that t separate from those who express willing! I than has been known in any previous season ry, when she! was toM that he was alsett ecc
ness to abide the fate of the : on Federal numbers, w Lich,i if adopted, would I jm"
I I State that Ar back. would be in the
.L Ciiihsl and: Miscellaneous; : notices.Leonard .- South Carolina will trilhdrais from the line ; we I many ye-ars office in tl.e coarse of
cordially accept their pledge to sustain the I give the West the control of the House, and L Tuscumbia Ala. hour and a half. living stilt ta
Scoti & Co. Pul.ishc70 FultoDttct M.I.. We cm sec no contingency likely to May impatient: for
action of the
Constitutional I Convention andthat I the East control of the the blood of the editor
Senate. Mr. CLilton frost last night-most of the killed o'"r she
i ? cotton
Xctv York. arise to prevent it. We belie\-e it to be the; have approached tI1.
we an abiding confidence that I' desk nf the
nd ,,
I I I indicated proposition which he tended to offer injured. uliD! rand 6__
wish of n maiorilv. of hor eor.le. whose Snitli f'nrriim.1iill .nrpsent Ln undivided'__ him- u-o -Y" '
asking these ,
un "I founding the the Grer.tldaJiss.: ., May 2, 851.-'e J had are ty ei"dre'pistol !
Hap of la: world.We I voice will b-j heard through the Conventionsoon front to her enemies. representation on mixed I frost hero and shot him. The haIl! took 4.
on 1st and 2d inst. effect I
IsaJ exhibited to u!, a day or two ago, j i t? assemble! and it would! bs the height The resolution: was adopted unanimously, !, basis i for a series of years, (he suggested until1SU2 I very late-bad stands-much to plant Cotton over. tween the elbow and shoulder of the rHi, '

L; Jlr. J. K. LiTintop new and fUr.erby} ] j ,of folly longer to close cur eyes to the light. and with great applause. I ,) and then the representation to be fixed Eddyrille, I 'y.Ity 2, IS=.-The tobacco ann-pnsse-d throcgli the tr.T 'jtered Cd j

C2jK'Uisjd Map of tie World, pnbliihed by :' Her peorb believe that the North has decreed large Immigration. exclusively on the white or satfrago bt is.- plants are destroyed by frost. It has the been body found and ranged the nearly through? it.

J. U. Coit/na, No. SO Cedar trlct.cw The Enquirer of the Sth observes in referenct by physicians, and
tho "l ej.
destruction The Journcl Jackson Miss.
of the institution of cf CcMincrce contains a state- May 2, 18)1.-\ light tracted. Mr. Mejnoiris sow lies

York. It assuredly surpasses any thing of ; 'slavery, and that the time must come when merit of the immigration at the Port of New. 'I to thi yesterday. heard some sagaI ,, frost last night Cotton blighted, and the ly wounded at hilodging.. The 'daagerct.

lie land w
are racked ; naps and letters ; ,opinion trial this compromise of Mr. Chilton last year. a large bowie kaife ;
Ly raited, therely or submit to the overgrown of her unnatural which shows an extraordinary increase over:!. i I glittering : -ill of \iij dare
increasing the distinctness and ; stooda good chance of being adopt&dand at Christine, (Tenn.,) May 2, \I.-The now I lying before ua."
aiding thei enemies, and that South Carolina that of tire corresponding period of the last I I tobacco
moung naz.wfll be It follows
but a short while in td.I year. u as : I heavy frost.Glasgiu .
: ?.' the Arctic and Antarctic !I I i on either of these propositions. On the 44 Now, cs to the pretext for the .
rrgin'isiii | vance 0 ft. Southern States. Year 16CO. Year 1S51. I :, (Ky.,) May 2 P. M. cccata.sicn :
8th the! of the -It i ii supposed of this outrage. Returning to
&c: !I'-fomution temper Convention our eitCl' ;
relative tn coasts, island?, ,j jio4 We observe that the Whig! press of the January 13,151 M,70'J was so high I that all tne tobacco in this section that ''WI met the woman in the ,

. Navigator's trade, obtained by the cuutry rpcak! of the movements and February 3, 00:; t',i'it that after a sharp! and angry debate, i it was I was up. was killed by the frost last r.ight. I Town Marshal, and surrounded custody by a of tij

Frenefi, English! and American Governments, ,;, ed cleterminations of South Carolina exprcss.in March .. 5,5G'J hO.VApiil thought best to adjourn, that the members Ilcpkinsvillr, (Ky.,) May 2. P. M.-A of our citizens. In the presence of them number tit
]have been carefally compiled ar.el scccratcly ''' most opprobious and l-i.r.i_ 27,7:9 i i I might cool ella little.j heavy frost here last nijht has greatly injured editor, .: enquired her reasons for the itterapt

OtlinratctL Th? Geographical insulting; manner. j I The question had been submitted to the the tobacco crop. .: Her amwer was that she had been
portions: are This Total I pub
based &e spIenuJ l : j; night be expected( from the Northern GZ3O CO/153 .voters of the city of Richmond. The Princeton, (Ky.,) May 2, P. .'f}..-Trie growing lished in the Southern Banner w a oaa
span cnps r.ublishd in wing of that put.which 20.550. I vote tobacco has dressed in woman's
done ; tufTcrcd clothing
JLUas furra l the *' so much ____ I stood-for the: white 1 basis C$5 I crop severely from a grin:; a&cst do.
British fur 0Q6u.ron j mixed bai5CC
y Society the to force South Carolina into this extreme I ; fruit.Padurah. 'I'Ihel'J ig mischief." Upon being a.ked if tne iaj

of useful knowledge, m cJ.r.. .niMsiire of defence, but that Southern Increase this year over last GO,157 {i ) ; for Compromise 23'J majority} for I' (K-..) May 2. P. :.-In this ever read it in the Banner she said she Had

:lommit ard Johnston's rnns." It js de.fig' ;1 papers should chime in with the hue and Whig The Journal classifies the arrivals for April :! mixed over white b.-isi, 1':. I t section the killing frosts have dans much in I not-that she had searched them sit, ne.

; J tnt! n.tld f rove to!c a wo:k of ST.\ r. is certainly ut.lookcd cry thus-from Ireland 15,968 ; Germany, ,'1 The Enquirer of the Oth, remarking on the! I I jury to the tobacco. and IMp but could not find it. She said aha

for. If they sincerely 0,372: ; England, 0_,l'--n.v,, Scotland 7CG ; threatening of the Jlcksba'gb 2 was Cold by several friend that the ctarga
AJ rTnoI1eminently useful for wish! her ; awl j aspect question at the time of I : } P. :.-It ia reported
every to remain in the Union, and tbcconsequences was published and the it
( the suppersed
by was dew
d : I Ircra France 717. I the adjournment the day planters tint there was a ebstructivf
faS3iD parents,, of her withdrawal who can says- frost in this vicinity last ia an extra, but hail l never seen even that
tpeei1I we cr.d it 1 j j A correspondetjt of the Savannah -Yrt, j jj The }I'iiefsketch of the I night. Now
ty I"Ccotr. as afibrdii'g a: tell ?)-will denunciation and abuse scenes of vester. Extract of a letter received ia Charleston we assure the country that we Kara
for nccomi j i writing! from New York, May 3, remarks day, which we give below but I no recollection of
J';ean ciJIrj their: children in acquiring: ::'piih! their desires ? The : conveys a fee- dated- ever making such 'a publication
luo\\"I p, ia connection with the! responsibility for' The tide of immigration still flows.-Jurin" ;.1 hit idea of the intensely and painfully inter- II F-\IrnLD 1, or any thing like j it. tidier ia car rit
app7"phtc; present attitude of that DrsTHirT.. May fi. 1SLit
tcdies hi.ih: spirited- State the nast 3l5 hours 3723 immigrants: hare c tb; events which occurred. Many who I I has 1 per or m an extra rom ue othce 'i us \tl :

casurpaEiea oy asy siciuar woiu c:- : rests upon the North, and particularly upcn I! arrived in thitft'll"CSH'S.! Some-of them 11: went to tire: Capitol with high hopes that the trs cf the! been many years since the Planj story is a sheer fabrication. \

.! i I the Northern) Whig: party. }Ir. Webster i hear are of the bettor class of Irish farmers, rainbow ofpcaeoand conciliation would soon I I i trois upper country have had such dI.->. f j "Now as to the motive which prced ;
dej j sc-.iEons to
Th Map is i accompanied: by a bonk> in :, dared b l.is Abington I and come prepared to purchase land. Large i| span the broad limits of Virginia, left the I entire month contend \\itb. During the i I this attcrcrtt'i assasiirr/Jon. The Wctu jundou..tedy I
speech the of j
on 12th : April, they have had I ,
t- o volsxcs, cntiJcd the flock! of tic OctobrISIS fiat i numbers of the recent arrivals are making'! Convention with the! painful belief that the f' continued rains cdd and J.I of saue rci-id, and our opinion i u >
"the efforts of the i I to encounter. A
Whigs their way w'st"One night tl.iivcd.. excitement ar.J ill feeling w-ere i 1 large per- j that she has teen made an insi'vr.m '
'forI. Lei 'Z:1 mecinct and faithful l !' re-opened; tion of the seed that: has thier
acccust ALOE lnd l raised t I the and that Leen planted, has
a strong excitement at the tram from Albany conristvd o20 a sturni had arisen which midt i knowingly or unknowingly, we
cars endanger cannot
j ji j
of the ,' rotted in the jet
;rbu Republics, EnrJr<*. ;i North the twelve of which cLlntd i : the of the ground, and that which is '
rgair.st annexation of slave Terri- j led 57G immiaut ; integrity trlorioubOul Com.I looks si up I''; pretend to say v.hiclj: for the purpose of ta-
Kingdoms and nations of the worlJ, .'..bounding ''ter)'. I say the Whigs ALOM, for nobody i j, From OOO to 3000 pass over the Krufrcad '! momvealth. Dark as the cloud is which now Planters;have dand. had is i dying rapid:.,. SMany. Ling the life of the editor.

13 oefcl dtti-tieal and commercial I information. i belonging to the other North i westward I every '("f'IC Troy fte-wiers 1; hangs over the Captol, we have still too I I their and to plouga up portions of, If his political enemies desire his life a

These ,volaracs arc from the ren Hast West party cr South, j have contraet:d, it is sJ.-4.il: to crnvey 50'JOO'from much confidence the patriotism, good sense tins time crop the, weather to replant ; and tu-n up to !; an atonement for the principles which hea-

cf Dr. I Liter, of New York, and ae pv.I.li bcd or ttirrc-d a finger in that cause ; i this city to Albany at 37![ cents each. and brotherly devotion. of Virginians, to a- I f' "omLc.CCllricr.! continues cold and ua-!i vows, he is willing to lay it on tie altar cf

= or if thcre're any, they! were so few as not j It is supposed that during the season: 200,000 b.tndon all hope that some mc cl2 of auj :? ng ;i I I his country.
by Mr Colton. "The wok as a while," : to i be discernible j will tike this 1 the quetion for the A Frost.-The Winnsborough: of The
ii i the mass until the WhigscfNcv route. i, angry honor and safety i i Register I: woman has been committed tote!

cays Hunt'slcrdufs Mrgsiiue, n.cv letali Ergsand, Ohio and other Middle ,I I A late number of the London Times quotes'J ot all sections, may be agreed upon fcy the i{: Saturday says : we regret to learn that on i j i county jail under a charge of an, aisault wub

to constitute n library within itself/' Stat II. assembled} v.iadom of the tatU ther than I: Friday morning last, a heavy frost was visible intent to murder."
:?, had accomplished a great excitement !I 1:10 extract from a Dublin' letTer of the 6tb A1pril on most of the low
I(! gee the ot the grounds in the
These two valuable workstho1:1p cf I severance Commonwealth, and j j country.- On the other hand, the Editor of the An.gnsti .
a new feding i.i i the which speaks of the Cotton
j understand
( public mind. lie I emigrating: fever in ; Virginians: arrayed against Virginian we shows distinctly the
we .
iioVoU, aad tie took cf the \Vcrld! su'fs of this great o.dtcmna"1ch re'l, Ireland for the United States as fcUcvvs : J I iI doubt not that! both West and East will send ;j Ljurhich it has sustained. The trees be-!,f Republic says that the same wonsaj

(lie latter coitai.w2: over HOO pages",- ; Wf.ijs II .\LO I" ]had aroused, were cmbod- I I In the beginning the last week, so great : forth self-sacrificing Curtiu>-es, to avert so Ia-1{ insr well leaved we apprehend fruit generally !j called on him and did "almost freryfAsr,*

aro fun.isfced to r-bscrlbers at the eitremtJy'jv. ied! in the Compromise measures of the late ,I was the influx of emigrants at this port, that1"some |, rnentable a calamity. At the very moment iI j i 1 will escape the Tects of the frost/' j but shoot him:" He expresses no doubt of her

] price of 810. The r.zen. Mr. J. K.Lslhrop ; Congress, rnelsur'sllic11 1 of the agency houses advanced the fare : when the movements at Charleston, S. C., i| The Young Crops.The N. O. Crescent' being monomaniac. The idea of the Editor

i is cow in j our citv; and our peopleoppouunuy said .Mr. Webster, I for passages to New York and NewOrians I present the worst augury for the safety of the i' of the 3rd iasL, says: From many parts of''I of the Banner that she had been used at
secured to the South nreit1t'; wlist__ fl,_ I fmt PIt [nion. it i is r.iri a fjfpsnf-fi.il the cotton 'ins ,
: States
n u>f> on :\ form__r rJ.tp,__,_ \irgtEv'y r.t-.rn'. n : roTf-t trt t.rr> crow we have accounts I
z-e.a 01 ctding 10 LflUr tcck : 00- """ --- an instrument by the fire-eaters" lo destreY
: North lost-ccrzIIG. This great excite- day the quays are crowded by farmers the excitement between the two sections of j I unusually unfavorable to the prospects of a';'

of books test woiks of rare met it. 1 meat"-this new fee-ling in the public mind" small traders and their families, seeking lour own State, and dim slndowings forth of good stand for cotton. The tendency to entertain 1 him. raises a doubt as to kis s nit:. lIe walj

The sarae asMt receives sabscriptions for : -and the measures l I passages: across the .\tlantic. Generally they a possible disruption of Virginia Ju>rsd.- r-letrSln d express alarms at this ten. j j destroy" himself if let alone-yoUn'cal//* .
bina L: Smith's elegant map of tlc Unitjd t: of it, have driven South Carolina ., uppcar to be people in comfortable circumstances -'I We trust that today the members will return tier time of the crop's growth is great, we are mean. ,

: States, Canaib, &c. This has to her pres. presenting no trace whateier of poverty to the Capitol, in a kind temper, resolved at aware. Hut the reasons for regret this season ,
*: tho l.ijhest comtncndatior.s rnnp for rc.itred I i mt ro ition, and may drive ctLcrs to the or the effects of famine, and there are 1 once to device some measure for the satUfae- have been too apparent to admit a questiOn The editor of Washington Sotslaera !

nunuto fait'afuluess the ;j tame ,oir.t. Why, then, should any portionof amongst them many healthy, cheerful looking .: tory arrangement of a question which, if al-1! of their reality. Press charges us with ditru iDg ignorance.' !
with wLich the !1!!
variouscimions tic South unite with that party which has young men and women, apparently rejoicing I i I.allowed much longer to rankle, must produce NASHVILLE, May 2. Fisher sometimes diffu-es and sometimes coa- ;

and subdixisiors cf the diiiVrcntL'tstcs been mr.5r.ly instrumental ia at the prospect opened by lea\iig tht-ir na- :, injurious eTTects." We hare had hem'rlns: ia this section denses it. In same of his articles he condenses .

aro portrayed. It i is I effecting to tivo country for America. One ------- and as great an amount of ignorance ia a glr-
crgravcd on steel, 'much mischief of the a killing frost last night caused much II
in its p-inci.1 I
\51e .
and gotten up in the Lighttt tlyle! cf aiL- abuse and slander.OU3 pal: agents informed me on Friday ,. Ths Cuban Expedition. damage to the Cotton and Tobacco Plants. I j en space as if he operated with a fortvsi j jI

Ve ttlieve, the picc of it is SIC-Eke tix assaults: on South Carolina ? Earnest j' the emigrants of this! year are persons of a I From present indications, the recent Cu- The greater parts of those already up ae I i power.-Louisville J.'Ilrna.l. ;

fct iy ;..appeals to forego her determination to sever superior class to those who lea in previous : ban movement has proven a complete failure. thought to have been killed. j" No doubt our ignorance ;b condfnscd info!

rcvcn. I I tie tics of a common brotherhood until_ tha--- i iJ !t l years and that there are few of a noor or! Accounts from New Orleans Etato that the i' Frost.-The Au u.ta !_rtrJ nu___ ,_.f. .An. .'th.. .1 ve v smali suace-co as to r.stonli &
future shall demonstrate viryMieeuy class amongst them. The humblest; : inst. Our ilm.zl-which adopt ihe opposite pclicjot
7c-da! Cins. J more clearly the un. I eLi&s of :;: bodies of men congregated in that vicinity says : exchanges are very generally .
emigrants condensing its ir.toa srcaU
I proceed by steamers to 0 0I : the knowledge space,
willingness of the commenting on cold
I North extremely backward
The ITathirgtui conNpon: cnt of the | to live in peace and I Liverpool, where they take shipping for 50ne :,', l lave dispersed. I j Spring :1fthe effects the and diifmiag its ignorance into aLirgeoae

Chale n Courier cayt- I i j harmony wi ith: the South,may accomplish much I American port. As an cude-nce of the great i| The following is from the Savannah Geor. I The month of April was upon usually! young cool and crops. I a process so easy that we see a sitsgfc-sS!

Adnwbtratioa have not yet dciied! I Irpon I i towards in inducing her not to withdraw. Ii!:j extent of emigration from Ulster, as veil! asj:' ,gian of the 13th instant: I to the growth of corn and eoton uncongenial i/I power is sfficbnt to effect it-Sav&crtPress.

the itftnvd tisiiins aritirg: under tLc! J these, do not succeed, rest assured that taunts, j j'villificaticn I locutions other: provinces, the D..irnpairicli Recorder j j The Steamer JfjgnoHa! Cant. McNrr.TY, I I except a very few days, and May hs.3 oper.ed j:; .
1 h.i.b t-eaty. The amcur.t of these claims, and threats will not. She may !:i that no less than fifty persons Ic11i : anived hero yesterday fn.'rn Falatka, brought o with a severe frost, in some eclin?, succeed1ed : j;I Population cf Ncvr Scsiji ..

end! tie!; ci.--o..iafactioii exhibited I listen to the vicinity on Thursday morning last for ; U. S. Deputy Marshal Fxsxv and 20 : br. a much i The
generally first temperature
M while the latter will Belfast tl-e-ir nieu, more like that of oj j cccs'is of New Mexico! has teen coavpletcel
:::calioxvaijcu ofujfl ; only on way to .\lael cl. Eragra-; supposed to have been I March than
: JJalpLin claims engaged ia the! late Now
;'exasperate ex- c'enprii. while write ::
may and we end the
strengthen" her determination. tion has following is t the result:
: recommenced for several of the I !
jtrcwit, as they haiv dtlaycd i their payment. poor- rloded attempt another Cuban in'lsion.r e : the wind is blowing from the North-west t. so j!

There j is.I.n'cH'r I no Cal! ,hhihtn in thisciro : There are thousands of r.s true Southern ]I!i ers law, a-1 union I at the expense of tho rate pay 0, learn from the Deputy Marshal, that he arrested -j j c1.iIHngthat tho sunshine is more pleasant .L"l.:1.C'FI: lIc'J.. .. .... I ; cr:1.1ao.C .L1tit................,

10 : that liic claims tio not belong', cither t:: men as any in South Carolina who sympathise:: 1 j' arrangement arc i ia progress for these men at Waveily Plantation, Glynn i j jj than the shade. -That such weather mate-1! I I 'f al'S.. .. .. .. .ti ...9.Se.d.1.; : .. ......lUtI

\vho\j\ or ia part, to any member of the Cd biaet deejly with her, but who deprecate her ', sending out an additional! number of young i j i County, in this Stito and found them perfect- i; ally retards the growth of young plants! none i ij I Rio Arii... 10,663 _

or ta: :W.0:1. of tlu-ir ri latives or fi.iends. :;: secession, and who believe that separate -! vessels women from the work" houses, by government Iy willing to accompany him to Savannah, j I will q ?5tion, but what effect it will produce Son 3iac!..7,071 .u J . ...n),I
the Au
to tr:11:. ;: Saaia Ani..4.5&
TJiey: are mostly! forrign claims belonging to South; i ii statiog that they were unconscious of having upon the extent of the crops of cotton, corn, :

Spanifcli:; tubject?, or their rcprcscnt'itivci, and honor.may yet abide in the Union without dis. The Cottca Crop of 133L j i i violated any law of the United States. ,: or any ether grains, time alone can ikter-| There are G,75 farms ia the Territorr.j .-

r.rc solely () account If the voice of these could) heeded We refrain from comment this mine. 1** The number of deaths the
done :
injuries by tE:: If Jack Frost has bt-en in other on proceed I IV'ea'hcr I j past year, 115'i i
as busy :
United; fctates Army to privatejiropeity ir ,. South; Carolina would re-consider her meditated neighborhood as he has been in this"", we ing in the name of the Government as we Crops, Health, .1.r.-Th? Thi. ;i principal I diseases of the country feveranderj* i
loriil.i prior to the treaty of cession i in I 1019. action and 'think! learn that the men, so arrested and detained boudeaux I I
., a opt some other mode of the avenues of commerce in other Minerva of last Saturday states th.it sipehs.I Some twenty manufacturing cstab- .
j i
The amor.ut is saidto be CCOGCO, a ; visiting the North I kf-ts will exhibit mar-j; will undergo an examination in a day or two.i i I on Tuesday of last week that
upon the fruits of their mad as it does here, a horrible section of the liahmenta cf various t3
It } j J have
ia bnt deEcrfptions
Jarga cum bating boon ahcat'y' : justice however to state that j
paid u.der'interference ,I elot)2atioi! in the nhvsinirnomv they country was visited by a hail I
with but
: in
Southern of rmtt i storm
farmer aJuiinutrationv." IliVlita.. lint th\ I : tli. ; behaved in the 1 started and In .
most orderlv and are now successful operalioa.later
-- ----J i and a foc manner that': it% effects it was nothing in romnarison I
corresponding Lotf'llbg' : to
; cannot !
,.c foundaUr.n! cf these regard otherwise than with the the authorities here have not seen Lt to f that I -
regret comniit which
claims i3 i unelcr..1 fratricidal J countenances of the cotton hcIJors of tho tiJ1 I! occurred on the llth of May last. from Europe.CEEAT '
tic treaty of ism vitli S -aa. The Cth ;: South whose ccurte of those in the heart of the I May, J8 1.re are informed, upon good j I I The same paper says that the Asiatic Cholera DECLrSE 1: COTTOX.Tho !

Article of thr.t treaty recites (} voice i h heard only in unison : authority, that the etleds of the frost on the ESbcts of Int was prevailing on the plantation of Steamship Eurc.pa, arrived on&* w
i with that of the! oppressor. Had these | 2J inst has been injurious; to the I I nperancc. Messrs. Pitre & Rose, below that place and inst. with
"Tlie flitted ftatcK \iil cause S:1tal:1ct&nto dem- j very iro\v- A Liverpool dates to the 25 alt "TlJjadtices
,coad" i for the ii'juiies' ifany, which:: I by !Jagpgucs a moiety of patriotism, they might, j!I ing crop, and judging fron the '.\l aLIl'Des3o man named Wall was recently convicted fifteen deaths from fiat disease had occurred j i taken out by the Canada cane and
of murder during the week.
: backwardness in
tire of Thibotleaux
process ofl.t\v liill: ; J.c establi-hvd! tohaxei;jby pursuing contrary course, contribute in have of the Season, as we ;>' city York. Judge maikaltlv remained re- j j' panic in the English'coiton maket, and ia- 1

ween su Tv'cd] by the, ffpar.i i..1a! ollleere, aid in. averting: the dangers by which South Carolina j j that personally if experienced it, we can only !i j.i Edward, in passing sentence en the unfortunate -I I The Mhilen I healthv. j I'j dueed a decline of three eights of a penflY.At --- ;
; : the herald
t5vidual! Spa5i! inhabitants by the !l.-.te will be environed. say crop of Ife5l is not a shot' man, drew the following painful pic- (Claiborne parish.) of i the Edlingof the Europa, Orleans ;
opelalions it the 2 ith
They aiTt-ct one, is because the ult, the
oflhc American Aimy : 11 !loriua." to think: she plant is totally inde- tore : says weather there for the I quoted at seven and a fourth ((7dr.) M.*"J
j I will net eocedcbut if the demonstration: : ill I pendent of season?. One fifty 'IerJ'idf' nine; ,I! last 'few d/iys had been damp, cold and disagreeable ..j I at six i and three fourths! (t' dj.! Uplands st I
Ccrgrets b 1S2JJ }
passed an act tj firrytils Clia.lesion( does not open their and II I mibs from Columbus, Iris been ei.ti.'ely de-i j We cannot be unmindful of the cause of anti adds that it was said that a : b: and five eights: (Gfl.) nn,1 Middlnas fl Sl1 f
Anfclo< into effect, and ii 1SS1 addition.t.1 I eyes [lro. stroyed by the late tire! ruii: which has great: tl K'al of the : i
frost overwhelmed
I duce in them a change of tactics it I J I and we judge that you.: Your I young cotton in that pore I I and a fourth ((6J) tft ix. and n ha1t'G( }. '
LC'iJ.lti:1lS bad), mjuiring thetncntoftLd P J' o' taialy be )because hatred l will ccr- 0, this is but a foreshadowing nf tha news to 1 j habits of intemperance has done it nil. For i tion of the State was dung, from some caae ,I The sales of the week C.IUJlf ntC'd to :'iJCuJ ,
cl&ims of that State has so r.-ach us from this onward.-Columbus Tunes some ten years you have continually or other-probably from the cold bales ai
the indulged
by i-tcietsry( of the I' : damp i I of wl.ieh; speculators took 2TCO, sw
'beclouded t11linliuds as to render them impervious iiJ instant. ; in thij miserable! habit. It has driven from weather of the week. <#
exporters 3,000. Stock 57t5C
Trcasary.: Soxcthicg like \ hand
million of dol. on
: to tho light of truth. In Florida, so far as we have been able to ;you your wife, who, there is much reason to Extract oft letter to the Editor of Charles bales, of which SSO.OGU bales Amerietf-
lars it is FsU have been are
already allowed and The resolutions of tho Convention "were adonted learn, tho! crop 'u at least three weeks behind ii i believe, was taught! by Jour example :rUo to I ton Courisr, dated- On the day on which the Eurcra sailed U'
rt';! )3 fIllJ by pwioas ud jii.5trations.jir become intemperate. It caused
; sep l'ltd] ', as follows: hand At thi 1 time last war there ,, death of child the bloody o: .. DRLI"G"rorJ" 5. sales) amounted to five thousand bales at_fj
I 1. ItcsoIrcJ, That ii: the blooms while vour itsinlmcJ"-it. hna rn.uleoii i nave never Known as bail a season soar one bait ((d.) ot a penny decline. )iiJt.5YJ]
opinion at
:: .: CF THE ISTCAN Tm.oIF of this I present writing plan.! \ a vagabond: on the lace: of the f of sold
I Xoaiao AI nJC'A. !Injecting, the StaU of South Carolina many earth, many our planters have had to plough as low as six pence (OJ.) .

,i.b J rijJucfrkctthus :i-J} Anecdotes d the submit to the wrong and ggressioirs: cannot ters are not yet through chopping outBe-j!': j made without a home and without n friend-it has their crops and replant, owing to the cold ttreaddtcfis were f aiim",. Securities' : >

Ttiuci J Cl.k r.. ImL.1lilcd trhh 12u Pcrirahn, have been which twist a succef-sioa of the bJ.'iestlsliing you to bo .1 frequent inmate of tho pen- and wet ECSlJn.rMle I am writing the ed firm. '

from the Indian Gallery iu the Dcjcrtment of Ver and perpetrated the Northern by State tho Federal Government rains within the memory of the oldest i j i itentiary, and it has imbued your hands in weather: is becoming colder, and the prospect Political: intelligence nnimportarf. Aisteiial :.
without dis inhabj j i the blood of fellow
t.t WatLir trtt Pj Thomas L ld j"o.late cf honor and ruin; and that! it is itar.t, and cold days and nights the !I a crl'aturc-and now places of a frost to-night seems good. Wo are in crisis was approaching ia France.Xr.tr.Yons. .

lie Jnisn! IVj-ariicu-t: WwUlJju, auJ James relieve herself hercfronr, whether necessary to plants have young I nominious< you before us to receive from us the ig this; locality, decidedly worse off than we
: with received
or a check from which sentence of death "
Jr.1 q. 4M.flJIl." I without the co-operation of other Southern will they on the gallows. were at the same time two years ago, after May 0-P. )L
States. require the most favorable seasons !hereafter t tho snow which fell on the 15th of of COTTON has declined sine theof rrir
TJ.c above h the titb ofa work in i three ( The Southern DemocratWo April |c.
j jvcLne
I To this to recover We have conversed ithiseveral that year, which event advanced the price of the! Europa. Sales t..day GOO b3Ie3.-
: 8 cubmitted to our examination the jesolution were five have
by received the
dissenting first Cotton
of our most intelligent who number of a paper some two and a half cents upon the Uplands are quoted at lOc; Orleans 101.]
c cst !.:r. J. K. Lcthrop, which is intended j I! voices. with the above l largest
: agree as to the unusual backwardness I title, published at ihe new crop ever made and going forward.- The Steamships Crescent Cil,lad !1crr'-*. !

to convey a briff outline of the Li-lory of the I,j! 2. JicsolreiJ, That concert of action with crop, and its present unfavorable of the i arid flourishing. city of Oglethorpc, Co., by Cutler these circumstances, 1 do not see any arrived to-day. ;

various Imiai! : tribes, \\iih their principal: one or more of our sister States of tire South, I nppclrnnco.I I i! James W. GauIJing, formerly of the Forsvthi sufficient reason for a great panic at this. WOSKIM sncflfi3
I whether through the time. : : miracles with worsted 1
Chiefs, in the tliited: $tates. Tho book is i I proposed Southern Congress )IRs. FOB BEST.-A New York Correspondent i Bee. The Democrat is, as its brown rivers with celored shores, ot :
or other i name
imports orange
any manner, i is an #:iThe Weather
gotten op in the Lighett ttyle of pintbt-t1c: '' worth many: sacrifices, but not the sacrifice object of the Savannah! Miming.ic.i states i!\ an advocate of tho principles of the Democratic : cool for the seasorr, ( continues the unusually ; yelbw Dlnieb steeping among green boa* :

]Portrait cf which there aie ona hundred aid; : involved ill submission. that Mrs. Forrest, wife of the eminent trage party, and on tho Southern qcustion i.svitli of Wednesday,) says and but Winyah for the Observer winds- with sapphire colored tails,is one of the D"- ;

coloreU the I dian, has decided to make her theatrical I \ the South and clouds and ,em accomplishments of young ladies. !
twenty, bsing in moil superb : zu Adopted unanimously. df- first, last and all tho time." rains of the last two

cxpeni>i\'o ruanijcr. Among the number, we ;j 3. Resolved, That we hold the! right of ECecstion but next fall, and has been industriously slu'i-! !I j, It u a handsomely gotten up and well filled we certainly shouU have had frost and night ice. I IIo< SAID Mr. .Munsc! toJMr. Vstcs time,.to r ::
accomplish so much M short
notice several of the muiderous villains! who !I to be essential l to the sovereignty and ying for it ever since the unhappy domestic: ; I:, sheet, and will prove,judging you S3
from the t Have
I editor ial C3" It is stated particularplan i'I i
I that the you any .
freedom of the I true
figured cOIlf.Jlicuoul'IS] in the Senunole "/Jr. j States of the Confederacy difficulty. Not a word is said about the tl | specimens of the present number Democracy : have. When I have particular tara, ;
i:111 and from of New York any
I and that the denial 1 of that city have determined
The work in costly ((513))but is well worth the I I right would furnish now, and some wiseacres suppose that (ur'l what we know l personally of its Editor to start to do, I go and do it.' I
to an injured State tho valj another in
strongest additional paper place of
InOlPJ'. J!,cause for its exercise ther publicity will be avoided, and the matter j!1. uablc acquisition to tho democracy of Southwestern discontinued. Mr. Globe, recently THE greatest pleasure of life is IOTe; t J

(I settled by arbitration. I i: don't think so." j! Georgia Wallack, onco editor of greatest treasure, contentment ; the grr4 ter

T' .1'__:'to. : ,- j the True Sun, is to b- principal' editor. ease, eleep; and tho best medicine,* trui






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esp srAittie EoadtS Marvs if Cedar Ivors in a straight line is the Union, and to go out of it cannot make OBIT.UARY. Florida, Atlantic; Central RallronthI Proclamation,

as* -lf Rail the follow"V nbout 140 miles-from the same point to our condition any worse, and it may Ite bet- Died fa tliia City, on tL
cet fjcLd bus Sflt uS Tampa flay it is about 190 miles. The ad- iw4 ." after a long end painful illness, Mrs. MARGARET T. .-,- TyHEREAS. h bas been made

'Vrencc to the! Atlantic and Gulf Kailnj dilMnnl iiist.nncevill carry thc Railway ESTELLE RANDOLPH, wife of Dr. Jeme H. Randolph 'I V known to me that certain lav

i1 most dyi'J: ? pnat for a ter5"1"1 the inlercs'.in counties of Marion, Key West-Eev. Mr. Peeler. and eldest daughter of TLomaa llavtrSrd, Esq.in ATOTICE u hereby given that, oh the. 2d Monday ? %_ less person are committing depro
: the iniugh We learn from Key West that the unfortunate 32d _L. in June next, in'anifurmity with the :tfovisfons |Jationa of a very pyriotw nature upon
(; ::1( L Lie, hirh i'm1.1isi Heraando and a fctuail portion of Ililliborouph. breach between the Rev. 31 r. Peeler, the year of her ape.la of the Charter Books of SubscriptM-n will be opecednt ;. .... the public linda of this State
the prime of life, the fatal to vLicli die the store of Mr. Thomas Hayward in the of -
malady the
Any communications j of City __-___ cutting and carrying atay most
.j as.urc. and the citizens of West of
? portion
: a Key fell a victim, commenced lla and Tallahassee under the direction of the
Tlii subject is of sufficient Importance to trusting desolating undersigned valuable timber thereon, (consisting of Live Oat, Codar. -
Srf to this or asy other Koad I In con- j of the route to Tampa Bay which we copied a notice from the Key West Trork upon her spttm. Lut a year or two since. tie ComhiBsioneas fur Stock in the Florida, Atlantic, and Pine, Stalei will be wclcoaicinItsl sa frt'st n barvey Gazette, a few weeks since, continues to wi- first; approaches of the disease were even which at Gulf Central Rail Road and remain open fur thirty many places' entirelr JeetroYmsc their value:
t. j i.j .3 before it is dcciJed to terminate at Cedar last l.rought her to the grave. She faw the inevitable days only, when they will lie closed.RICHARD. :SOW.THEREFORE. I fHOMAS BROWN.Gov-
Eut should the Atlantic nnd Gulf den.On result, and looked forward to its final K. CALL
coiIz-J1s. Keys. the after the attack Mr.Peeler's ernor of the State of Florida bv virtue of authority
t I__ Ualhv.iy bo carried to Cedar Keys, a branch, Sunday on with a patience and resignation that evinced a deep RICHARD HAYWARD, vested in mg as Executive of this State, do hereby

v"s lint t'ie! 1V$1rr7l Internal Improvement Railwayto connect residence, c' ine disturbance was fense of her dependence upon and nuhmisMnii to, the J. C;. ANDERSON. charge and command all the mil officer in this State,
..{- opi on P or made in Church while that gentleman was willof an xll-Tvisc, merciful and overruling Providence. tVILLIAM BAILEY and call upon all good citizens, to aid and asLn in

; t&ct&". Atlaalicand% Gulf Kailivay niih it, may be constructed to terniinatct'Vtnpa preaching.: On the next day, a young man Few in ke J Live pa&ttl through the trying Mxr.e? of ROBERT LYON. the apprehension i of any and all pcnnns no committing

%: :hid: at Cd1T };ey. It h cot |roj.os-( Bay. was arrested at the instance of the Kev. Mr. this mortal state so blameless-eo free from spot or May It, 1S51. 19 such depredations, lu aforesaid and abo to endeavor
c that shall in the least t blomi"h-as he to whrwo departed worth offer
auvUiina jwri we by all mean in their power to prevent wJ J land*
'j rilrtnirt Jar Gen. Scott and ti2 Presidency-Plain Talk. Peeler, on a charge of having disturbed public thw |poor and feeble tribute of a heart that felt and J. R. LLOYD'S' DA6UERREAN ROOMS.T from being in any wise injured and defaced for tho

lic r.raww (4 this Kailiray; but as It is known that Gen. Scott has a host of worship, and ailer an examination before appreciated the benign influence of the Christian virtues IKENESSE3 taken by a Sky-light connected with future. And more particularly ere the Members of

F-- orejlootvdia i i11 the a magistrate, discharged. A few days after, that graced and adorned hrr chnracter. i-J a line fide light. lectures put up in the latest the Board of Internal Improvement for this State
jjtjhaa lx cn 'i admirers, who think that thc only reward suit- an article appeared in the Gazette, signed In early life, indeed while yet a child die gave evidence style of the art Rooms over Barnard's DTOJ Store.P. charged and eameetlr requested to see the abov

upon i-O1y niici. al.le to bis genius is the Presidency. In view Fair Play," severely commenting the of that intense an J absorbing interest in the S Likenesses of children taken ia one second of carried into execution in their rcspetre datricta.
'? l"anno Ie demtd ottrafaViir upon concern* of a future state, which subsequently marked time. May 17. 1S51. 19 In Testimony whereof I have herpcntf
tll!; 'a' < i: 'mor": lI''i! ; ctvv! to ll' Iloicc: of of tho probabilities of his nomination as the conduct of the Reverend gentleman, and ac and illn 'rated her walk and conversation as a member set my hand, andjjin ed to be afiredS
; : : him of hiving had the man ar- of the Protestant Episcopal Church, to whose Notice.T the Great Seal of the
r"; r' nMdt'. : ;sand Stockholderstt whig candidate, a Virginia vthig paper, the cusing young [ !it.] 3tatc of Florida,
"' ;- ? i rested, knowing at the time that the charg-; communion, nhilc yet in the bloom of youth and FOREWARN aI persons from trading for a Notei at the Capitol, in Titllahavee, thii 3th
: rYedcricksburg iVc' y, makes at the General sworn to was false. Mr. Peeler demanded in the full vigor of health, she became attached ; made payable to It P. Leonard, payable one day day of Ma"v, A. D. isi.THOMAS; .

6 4i i th- r i) through some name of whose obligations! she lived and died. She seemed
ol :*i'ts to b? attaiiicd: secnidciirabK'C1S um of eighty dollars, and signed by the undersigned. Governor of Florida.By .
I : i Gen. Scott is currently bruited by Northern of the aiticlo which the editor refused to in.lee-1. life to feel that her de-
Euccesbful-She first i is the profi'V' through every hope Said note will not be paid to any person, except R. the Governor-Attest :
it t the i ide'nt.makcrs as inn candidate for the give ; whereupon Mr. Peeler, acting upon the rKjnd.j.1 pcn a coa>tait. ft-rvent, and plowing devotion P. Leonard, as I have claims and offsets aint the C. W. DOWNING,

y ', vettni'-Mt! of private capital--- ft \ higs. In Pennsylvania be has been formally advice of the District Attorney, brought suit to the performance of the duties attendant upon eaire. A. M. FARMER. Secretary of Sate

a nW'Jro of accelerate Internal'international Improvement !.o'rhiatedo believe. In New Jersey against Mr. Alexander, editor of the Gazette tnc glorified relation Redeemer.Mie su8taheJ, through the Church, to her Leon County, May 17, 1851. 19 St j May 10. 18l. 13 Cl
thi.d i ia t )
_-! d r.rJ r t the eatnetirne give ad.ir.ii ( at.d Mm- York lie is confidently spoken of.- for libel. This: case had not been tried when A* a diiugiitcrhe wn* mild gentle, obedient, and Lost Notice.
n | And .*.h! over the country he is regarded by our informant left Key West. We know 1i&i3ici-e.a. a 'L=? T. kind, tender and affectionateas
nd As It taken throncrli mistake from the Depot
.' '
a r.Tray pOOPERS
t properts'
f : tie well ascertained candidate. WethouKl of the but i a mother, f.iithful to her sncred trti t-as a wife, O
: of the merits
if located it will i many ns nothing controversy, a large iron framed TRUNK, (containing female A roost excelletit opening for a few good workmen -
irnpropeily !
aivl devoted
1jvate cr.t"-j'i-f : n it thiuk Scott can come it." He is merely give the facts as we learn them from a'| fAe-nparv. -as a wearing apparel) marked J. A.; but it ia not remembered of above trade, particularly if steady, industrious -
? of Internal Improvement if : rocctv, f>bligin?, K-nevoknt, charitable-as a chris-
;i moasare: ; a Military CI.5}: 'ftain, and the people ere tired gentleman from the hland. We sincerely j tim, l.amble and devout-a bright and sliining light whether the mark was upon the trunk, or upon and Trilling to work for reinenable pay. It would t
iJi-ilv located it will !.e superseded by a if the latter, it may.have become detacheo. be worse than unless for others to entertain a thoughtof -
We have had
nf Military! Chieftains. enough regret the difficulty, inasmuch as it mast i 1 exhibiting to the world.in beautiful simplicity,the virtue -
woiks-ns a liuk in the chain of com- 1 Said trunk was received at the Depot, Nov. 7, 1850, coming to NEWPORT.
t1cr fiu tL Atlantic thnjuh the \\ofthrnfcr 'lzc nert half century. But this tend to lessen the influence of Mr. Peeler as ; and graces" of a con=i tcnt professor" of the reli and was delivered some time between that date and May 10,1851. 18
glen of the m* cV an J lowly Jfu...
is net the only objection to Gen. Scott. He Minister of the WdkuUa Times. who have
a Gospel.- the 15th Dec. Thc or
person persona may
: :"r.f; MiV>o'u, the Panamrt, Xicajai'tn, Great indeed i U tLs lo of uch, an one to husbarid.
; has conr.nitic-d absurdities which have disgusted received said trunk, will please reture it to the Depot, NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHI4G STORE.
children, relative" and friend", but to htr all is
roiteta the P-icine ani 1 uj? Teatrical'accident gaiaMourn
">'. i PHYING DCVIL. A serious at the earliest the at
f '(!? ; 'P' the people. His hasty plats of con TILt day practicable or notify Agent
tdwp not, therefore, that sha has left Rather "
{'rt"oCy: ; located for continued and j j"j happened at the National Theatre you. the Depot where to send fur it milE subscriber has opened a general CLOTHING
nected viSth other incidents in his ridiculous tukc consolation that hr p.lgrimcge i U over her suffiring -
iP'-cUou'by steamships 0:1 ill j water May 10, 1S51. IS 4t [Pent I and FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT on.
r t<) Marcy Correspondence prove him unfit for in New Yoik on the night of the 29ult. One j < ended,f nd that she i is now at rest She whom door South of Messrs. Lewis & Amos,where he M now

t'e* base for successful competition cL'Tiie-i civil station. He is \\ithout equal of the actors, a Mr. Cscymonr, was playing: : von loved so tenderly en earth, to whom you were Real Burr Mill Rock. opening a well selected assortment of superior and

'V 'IT trTitirKted: : : routes in the same in hi* military achievements. His Mexican the pait of a fiend, and another actor, Mr. | bound*o bv fulfil fo many hr 1-ih strong and and gcri.u! sacred destiny ties. has in only the FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill Rock, 18 by LiouaUe READY-MADE CLOTHING suited lathe

ii1 tai; jjIfcX ri: :cforo, all its facilities campaigns rank him as incomparably the 'fanI11aLthe part of a flying dragon. In ; ingdum giinc of her Savour .in 1 W G ,I This world wanought A 20 iacli" fcize. fur pale at cost and charge by sewn, con. Uting ia part of COATS. VESTS cai

;boiIJ: b; p-ejnred: commensurate with the i allebt Captain ot the age. But beyoi/d this the last scene the dragon was suspended by a to her, vnpVx-J with thi full assurance of Newport, May 10,1851. 18 D. LADD. white PANTALOONS and fancy colored, of various SHIRTS styles, all and qualities Silk;-
t;? In Attained, and no known mped.tz3uI'l ; and in attitude about the blits that awaited her In-void the qualities;
4ietS he is utteily without qualification. wire, a flying was to grate. Ice Ice Real cod Ice Merino,and Cotton Under-t-hirts and Drawer; Glove\
rtaad in thc
; be allawed to wa -1 the fiend from the of with *' And wiiat indeed! i i' life,
There are other objections to Gen. Scott. seize top a tower, Hosiery, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Stocks. Summer
of cool EtufT delivered from thc Ice
!its EtC I doubtful the tlaver the intention offlyin ofF with him. When TVeri i.i the calm CUll ummc-r lisht of joy. LOTS the Tic,. Suspenders, Money Belts, Shoulder Braces
: ".:::st ( flit' cVwlcr of tli'u con ; c occupies a position on M'HJiout those hope* that, like refreshing gales, ia the morning tt three cents per pound Purses Pocket Books, Comln. Brushes, tc. TRAV
Tae 3-nc'ia thus of ;
The free-soil of suspended, at a height some twenty- small auJ two cents and half
Pennsylvania the a by
lt l'je list ee t-iv n are too anxious" for the nomination. five feet fiom the stage, the wire nnppe'J, I'reathcd from the ocean rf ctmritv ?1' thc hundred weight All per.ns from abroad can LICES, UMBRELLAS; together with a Lirge av >rV
/ ; k-. tiHis to -ply, that the cornrSns have it iu boxes casks with taw dust as ra-
and down devil and Mr packed
Ohio and Massachusetts: are "going it too came dragon. Seymour meat of Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &.cn all of
probably fo-cseea the nvcosaty it broke hu and otherxvue himself quired. DANILL LADD. which will be sold for cask
strong" for our fancj Timco Uanaos. leg injured t3T":; WE arc ctithcrized to tnimunce D. W. ID) 1851. 13 tf cheap
cniltiy! ten x-esselson botii tho Newport, May ,
v 11 Live to : :.nvtiing desired by certain parties in those and Mr. Tammany was badly injured, GYVYNX. tj a caauidfttc f T the cfEce of Judge of W. T. MITCHELL

Auntie: and tie
(. 't'tsii mtiin conrnunkation 'on the j ji : render Scctt or any other candidate for the placing the de\il. next May 1 ;, 1651. ATTORNEY AT L Boots and Shoes
7-ifj tI4,* routv'-bifjroi: i'Jiu.a*. ? can-

,- .:::: .-*' i.* sa Jtics. ui-y;: wilt Presidency cccoptabb to them would make As SMART AS BARMTM.-The Madion (la.) r,7fS"e authorized to announce DANIEL TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. TMNESewed J2 and Pegged Caifloos; Con54 -
'* him Lalcfcl to us. We never desire ngain to May 10. 1651. 13 tf gresp, Calf and Kip SJice* and Erogana.Ct .
L : ? -i'fi;{ ** \:: tatflhipS-tie4il'aUght I vote whh Ohio Massachusetts. The fact Courier says that McElvey, \\he bought the i ilcIlAENY, trqr, as a candidate f-r the office of I Ju t opened and for sale cheap tt the New

i"4 i. 1 :' ;' 5 L:1i:* .* will depend U:1nI; t'ueri-forc that he or could command the vote of prize ticket to Jenny Liud'e first concert in Sheriff of Leon County at the election in October next Look at This 1 othinj Store.
i'le dar.rs of the Cincinnati is of the in the world W. T. MITCHELL *
-v..t; f bJH.csa, one men j jvthe BUSHELS CORN
those two Sti.tcs would nlmoit be sufficient r w' we authorized to enounce JOHN II. 1 Cf' May 6, 1651. 17 tf J
-.'. ti3! q eed required to meet are as sharp as Barnhm. The wr.y he j 1u' 6000 pounds Sides.
of itself aliens'i RHODES candidate for cilice of Tax
to our rapport. I as a the Asscssor u
did things was this : For some days before the | 4000 ,
Green and Black
I The claims of the Democratic candidates and Ccllcclcr for Ltcn County, at the election ai 1200 eugsr-cured Uan Superior Teas. .r
concert he went around his filends
| *
rcjaiart1 it i is not our province to review. For some among i October nest April 19, 1651. 6 tierces Rice, 3 CASES superior TEA, which can be rccoaai \
v.c ....vi .u i vi, I'uii.tly ct tlie coiitrclrftv ; of there gentleman we entertain the kindest betting ten dollarsith this one, twenty do-! j 100 barrels Fbur, mended. BERRY i ROWLES.
r.viit'.T': is r.irir3 apparent wl-tn wof .' lars with that one, and so nn, until he had a jWe are authorized and requested to announce CO Peri May 3, 1S51. VINotice *
foi \ Buchanan and Dickir.&cn
.vr t'. 't bfi i !es the cotnpctitioa cftleKiu lings.IcfcirE. thousand dollars bet that he would buy the B. F. ALLEN, Ej., aa a catiJIidatc for the ofSco of 4 Lard-10 kegs da ''iiALL
t-z.titled the cf the South.
:; V.-ll'-vnv: vill:t have to eoteudtAv aie to gratitude By prize ticket Th ticket vas knocked down Judge of Probate of Leon County at the election in 10 V.'hinkey, and most everything *
our irmJTctiar.s they ttood in times of dangerfor cbe that be wanted can be bought nt the indebted to the '
; may persons estate of John Ferg'i- j
\\: a fie A.-JRlI. : Jnu O.If Ccutralr to him at five hundred and seventy-five dollars, October n-st.
which them. have store of S. S. KNIGHT late of Waiir.gtoe!
wo respect They County deceased ara 1
i! 'sy.:: btt 2!.o tic iit-O'-gii Uai'.u-av, vi; it !h been our lends in the midit of that conflict thus leaving him four hunJied aad twentyfive.ALABAMA. To the Citizens cf Leon County. itay 10. 1651. 13 requested to nuke payment to the undersigned; and A!

T,; fojn bo extended to Mobile. ShnulJ those having demands against the same, are hereby ?:
uri i ie a"} i upouant: diiTercncc in the time which threatened to destroy all that was sacred ..-The last number of the Montgomery z I rcBpectfulIy announce myself a car.JiJate for Bacon, &c. notified to present them within the time prescribed by \

t.:* tttfl'iiI! ]' frn.u the same port would and valuable to the Southern slaveholder. Atlas, comes out distinctly for Secession the oSlcc cf Judge of Probate for the County of Leon TUST received from New Orleans per "W. R. Fettej, law, or the payment thereof will be barreiL "jlJAMEd

AtLuuteniiiai of these 1 We cannot foiget it \Vhatever excitements and hns added to Us title "Secession at the election in October next *J and Tdlalias.-ee, M. LONG, Qualified Executor. !
reach tie KailTvay
tfEocricb as an hour ia favor of the GeorrfiRf.1. -\ may hereafter aiise, however politically objectionable Manner." The editor alludes to the tendency I March ii;. 1651 JESSE ATKINSON. 15000 pounds" MiJdlln and Shoulders, Washington County. May 3, 1851. 17 6t :]
I bulk Pork
: they may be lo us in other rcs- ofe\ery day's history to that the Government 2500 LNSTITUTET
t'lis cowj ftitioji will bo consider1 prove o barrels Mesa a KGKTPELIEE PEMALE t1
; 1 1 :t EO far as it tr.c .* turn the trade poets, we shall remember with thankfulness instead of being the protector, is but : 5 '. * *'".-- Communication of 75 extra and supernne F13t -
; a.d thnr disinterested find patriotic bearing under the machine which used to crush the South." ie Grand Lodge of tbU State, will bu 5 casks su ar-cured Ilaia, milE twenty-first Term of the MontpeTier rema.i
: wu.k1.- paset- mer- circumstances winch offered the strongest indacrr.cntsto It is understood that the powerful of the held on the first ilondav in June ntxL1L :; ba edt JL Institute will commence oa Thursday thc Sth
tt.s- e Using j being so, Eteamshipsofi.abL' pen D. PAPV, (Grand Secretary. day of June nest
barrel- Mess Boefc2O
desert and We family
: hurtlii'ti and power Yiillbere-j destroy us. may Hon. Win. Yancy will contribute to the May 17, 1851. 19 2tJ kegs Lard, !This In.ftitnriun u crtJer the superintendence of the

ui c. to ru .:auia this company on equality t never vole for them-it is probable we never t-Sciency of the Atlas. 6 Go-hen Putter, undersigned, who re itfcs upon the spot, and devotes a ..
shall-but them we ever will as long ?" They Tvi'i be a Regular lleetinz of of Lb time to Instruction and Lectures.
respect DODGE __;f # 2 tierces ar-cured smoked Beet part During -j
v"i! i i'ht.-.als: i ia ili CIT( tiade. j ji.cs"T A F.utvnc.-Ahl the New York
s.3 a throb of gratitude shall animate our i JACKSON LODGE. No. 1. this evenii r. a"t 7$ & barrels New Orleans Svrup, his necessary absence as Bishop of the Diocese, the
of ttte wahanji Ctuinnel: have j jrcniovcd bosom. papers are amusing themselves over Mr. Os- I o'cloct, at tLe Masonic HalL Brethren ia 400 ba-hels Com. Rev Mr. Bragg has control '>f tie Institute.

r e : .? :tre bi by the cmin !Man E. Dodge, the Boston vocalist !*' Trip- good standing, vit>itin<; tin city, arc itivitcd.CIIARLGS'E. The above goods will be soil on reasonable terras.BBUKV Eight Teachers are cn 'aged for the enduing Terrain

,1 'rr: : 0 V'SSL4S thc transporla- No Concealment. pier Hall was about half filled on Tuesday DYKE, &craav.nfls. i ROWLES, Aucuuneers, ic. addition to the Superintendent, and a thorough ed- "/

nf : le : have to witness the curious exhibition -- 1? ucation, combined -with retirement, w offered to the
t. :i nrcl. .VZP; ; at st they been evening, j May 10,1S51.
ladies of the Southern !
ia all
r '.;rr< ::3eud, th-w the tossofvceis and The Charleston papers contain a letter made of himself; but they dropped otT, after Notice. Flour Corn Bacon &c.TT1IE its young brHiiche-i. French, Latin, if desired.SuitEng'.Lh Music. Vocal *J

;p.r.-: :;; -'ii: tlie lordwsof that chanm-1, !La re j| fctn Gen. Wallace, one of tho members to each several piece irt the programme, their j 'T' n sub.cnber, who Las settled permanently in has received direct, from New and Instrumental,Drawing and Painting,are all taught Jby

: '..iw'uu.'ti/1 fTccssSTi nrguiartil i i.itn\or t tx'sPcr.VulnrRailwry. I Congress from South Carolina, en thc subject number: growing "small by degrees,and bor.utifiiliy T..laha-isee! begs pcrnjisMon to tendtf his proiJct" L Orknna undersized an increased just supply of the fullowlng! article most competent instructor from En-jLinJ, Germny _j
The rerdargwnralt less," as each demonstration of theaitit's rial services to the citizt-iw f.f tin* city and vicin- ; Fmnce, arid the United States. 7
of t'.ie
ccurss to be pursued by that State iv: in gi\ing instruction on the liano Fi'rte. He will *: TERMS -.-Two hundred and seventy-five JoUcr* '
w j i.j .xler tr.akc the time the talents Flour 40 do. Me Pork
istpf&l, : o to was perpetrated.There CO bbls. extra ,
ia thc present ci in>. TLo Pendk-ton Jlesscngcr call at the residence of persons either in town or in per annum,one hundred and! fifty payable in advance -4
W cppi iitiH-nts: raai-t be bed and the best !I hotel in 150 sacks Corn, 12 casks Sides, I
is a Springfield tlyrt only the country. and: one hundred and twenty-five in Januarr. >'o es- r
l.eoft tSe r'uto f-lected to mr.ke f.uch apP1t !\ remark, The letter speaks for itself, charges Lalfprice for lovers ; anJ the proprietor F< r tcr.ns, plenc applv by note to the undersigned, 4 bag barrel Rio Lard Coffee 1 1 cask da Lard Porter.Oil, tra charges except f./r Books, Statitjutry" Drawing J f

:>ie..is: tfii K-::*, :.;.d u'.cful to the conipaj j and needs no comment :" sa's he makes more money out of this class stating if one orseVtral scholars; anl when in the 20 1) ke n 4 ca ks Shoulder Materials or Medical attendance. Vacation mentis,
I the distance from town, as the price of tuition May and Dccemt
I' for notice. ;, ili fafctost Ftsar.o" I "In letter of tho Slslult tskmy coun'ry 4 barrels clarified da t
i > 0'jr you boarders than any ether pccple about the Trill accordingly.! 1 hothead Sujar, For further particulars, apply to W. S. WiEHcri. *
f'-\;\Lr: iti ii'y draw ileven fcrf water it ifJ i views on our Tederal relations house. Let he vary 1 Ixix Beef Tongues, 1 tierce Rice.
a youth, says, sit up with a I The rnder-igned hn, also made fTrangeraents with E' : l bf i:..:j.fciMe foi them to float in nine. i' '-In reply I have to say, that my opinions yellow spencer and blue eyes on Sunday j i one cf the principal manutictun-n of Piano Fortes C J thIs No.1 Mackertl Peach 2 do.,Na 2 Mackerel, Seneca c;. Braffg. 3Iontjx-lier. Monroe County, Ga,- *

.'-'. !U'a.h dit.;? *.ttenion( was drawn to have underwent no change from tho beginning night, and he v.ill ferl! so heasenly that he j jwot i at New Y Tk.: Boston, an J Pliila-ielphia, which enable 2 2 dozen barrel jars MnnoniMhtla Brandy} Wbi-key. (Post Office, Macro.)
Cr3ar Mm to effect ordT< in this line. He i is like- STEPHEN ELLIOTT. Jr.
KCVF as the terminus of a Peninsular: of tie! until now. We are doom- down to and any FRUIT Pikels Soar'.Starchand thing
I controversy get poik beans again till |' PIE every
'S O'O authorized Agent for Mwvs. Gilbert t Cos.Etjltan Eishop of the Itiocae 'f Geor l .
nt-Say: 10 connect the Atlantic with the led if we remain in thc Union, and I am forgoing the latter part of the week. I I Attachment PL-un Ail trumcrts ordered usually found in a Grocery Store which I otTer for May. 1S51. 17 6: : 1

*-'; nat; i.a jiccour.t of its inl.iusc: meiits"fniii j out of, Ly the shortr6t road. A ilif !'I thro-jgb the subscriber will be delivered free cf any ,alc on terms a? favorable "as any other house ia the
country clegymnn, tx'inrj opposed td !
'-' a j.urpob, bat in ccusuenciof the Thc highc'bt! aim, and the highest remedy, use of the bass-viol in church benice, was )i risk, and in good tiiue, ut the rcsi'leace! of purchajers.j city.. Call 10, and 1301.see for IS yuurselvt.s.May A. II. FELKELL. Notice. *

:Jrv.i j >)pc laade by the government of E is a Southern Confederacy. If we cannot overruled the fi.t''!j I C. I'. BARTII. A LL person are hereby forewarned nnj cautioned tngainst
The -
i..t I :' -il t-tU's, f a route fio.-n that print pct this co-operation, I am fur acting dccu- by congregation. May 17, lS1. 13: Ctltlt PlenUrs Hotel dn Consignment, 4lt- trading for a certain promisrory NOTE I
11 Sunday it was brought into use. he announced | given by the undersigned! to ham F.J*>Lason CT bearer -
*.rr.) !!i>. TLus U hss b?<*mne lo be lively without tt end believing dissolution of Just Received Tallahassee.
; : Choice
the alm follows To I Iwo LS-jr.ors per
p a* : praise God; I. payable six wctlis after date, dated an I executed *
'r cr-d ''se most soulho'.y acct-seiltle point this Union inevitable, I am in favor of enter- will now fiddle and tirg the fnity-dxth 7' BARRCLS Xa 1 MACKEHEU 1 fIU\ BOXES Cabinet Ruby" Charnpaijac by me on or about the 6th Januzry, 1S51. fur nino

Jui iit-iw.,.! fur tLe )UUS3 of this comJT.5V jiag at once into an energetic syctrm of preparation psalm, second pait, and thoit metre." tS j No. 1 a 5 Pale Sberr; hundred dollars, (?OL'O.J as the consideration fir which

-. ; ? M-M'er: of iLis is not awaro that with the \ievv to put the State In a 6 I"* 2 5 Brown said note was fjivca has failed-pn-perty proving to

tyct.-; r fcf rthe Railway has been exfoj posiltOii to rcii/w and maintain her indspcn'ttcncc Some <,ldbatcholor thus describes mitrinmni.il f J :.* .i 6 Ouu-d Brandy. IS 12, dark, be un.oun'1-axid I am detersuned not to pay the *
t. 1: traveling : "Ifyou see a gentleman r.nd 4 Vi-s X" 1 and 2 Trr wV hr 6 a white. same, cnlcsa compelled by law. J
h I
$ : 1e ; by tic tttte, and lo lake her rank thc I
cOl3pany among na- in the coach ij slience May 17. isa!. 19 S. S. KNIG lIT.I 5 Demijohns palo Hennessv" Brandy JAMES RAMBO. '
Uu> t'uLc-d : tites. Tampa Hay is in lions uS f tbs earth, as a separate and independent I a lady same profound 5 .4 London Dock Brandy, well known Madison County, florida, May 3,1851. 17 4t j3Itoes.j \
t.tcict route for the eouthorn! trade; nndtiimijKsdUe Slalc. A Slate i ia respected in exact the one locking out at one tide and the oilier I| Fresh Arrival. ns Dickv Jonca" a perfect Cordial, -

tobuit upon this trade in the j pronort on to its ability to defend its rights! the other tide, never Imagine they mean r.ny : TER T3".nis.rd from Nctv Orleans, 10 boxes London Brown Stout, .-
f. c, OtItTVC( than ns the most important with the c\vord. harm to one anoihcr ; they arc already honestly -' f FiOfWl r-nmuta SiJe. 10 Scotch Ale. T ADIES and Cents Rubber Ovcr.!wH; .jnt receirL' -
t" m.viied." :;0 barrels ex'ra and superfine Flour The above Liquors are such ns can be recommended ed, JAS. 15. GAMBLE.
J- wn par.y. If this t'ade jJiould prove j 6' The money npprorriatcd at thc last scsion 5 Jli-93 f.irniy! Ikef, to thc public. Hie best ever of reJ in this market April 5, 1851. 13

.: ti-upoiuntaa. cotnjsarcd with tint of; of thc Lrp.tture! would enable us, if propU'lly The following: advertisement kttly appear- io U Ftrk. BERRY
thtan Trn flay has every: adv.in-( i-xpsndcd, lo biing twenty thousand men edina New Jertey print : 4 Cbrtfie.1 Su<_ .r, May 10, 1851. 13 Kats.TjTEIR .

I'T;B':'' VCr a'- .ICAr hey* s 'a terminus for theJ.4.4t into the field, for we had seven thousand mus- "To be soM by private contract, a rooster, 4 cofilis" Sugar" cured* hams t 010 Reward.T t RUST are now opening nn sirtment $

:1.. \csstii fiora .Sout! America and < huts And tighty ;pieces of cannon before. monkey, a parrot, and two spaniels, the property t C k'-jja G' lipa Buttt-r smoked "Beet the 22d .I_ L .of prins; and Summer Hats, ut the very htct j jstvie.
the euWribrr
e of ) ANAV.'AY from en April 10,1S3I. 15
S Jesiw, nfl >iabitually make Every dollar of* this money should be spent of a ladyju mart ice! who h no further L; L.IJ.;* i-xfra Java CtiTeo, .0 i. April, a negro woman named CHARLOTLE. -

Tfli cI Lay iii' 'kM time from the feame port, tin the purchase of arms, and the Governor use for them." 10 mrks Bran, ,' ;\ The above reward will be given fc.r Brought to Jail JC I

%VAL! :.ike Cedar le e.f. j ought t'j be able lo repot t to the next seSMoni No FLATTERY.-Can von loll mo where 2-0 bu'-liflrt Corn. 'icr appreheuion and lodged in jaiL I forbid TN Qulnry as 4 runaway a negro man that 1

." 1J *M Pv dedthat a Kailvvnv from St. i of the Iae.risutureIVC! hare lircnly thousand Mr. Smith lives Mister?' 'Smith--fcmith- PERRY & RO\VLES. Auctioneer?, ic. nit persons, under thc severest penalty cf the law, J- calls his name Joe or A'rthnr. who says ho j
; -, ur I' May I:;. 1P51. 19_ _ from harboring said negro, or allowing her t-n their ..
waijtwimaio .belongs to Mr. Wright Saunders, cf Thomas Ca *
or Pilatka, or any' ttiusle's nnd small arms, one hundred what uihth Tiieie are a good many of { ,
She about town ana was seen
I ri : rn-nircs. H lurking Ga. The
-' 1Ajlantic in'' For Sale. boy was once owned by Mr. WarIer of
t south of EL Mary and txcr.'y pieces of eannon, and vc can that name in these pails ; my name H smith. on the night of thc 2d instant in certain negro qu.irter Decatur County, Georpia. The owner is requested to J
t '"h'r'- '< iM not be n.atetiailv lietufiT' bring twenty thousand men ii&loe fidd at aMoiftrni's Why, I don't know his other name ; but he's [ '1 DOZEN Ikttlce, quarts and pints, Tcrter, and remained there until 2 o'clock. come forward, prove property, pay charge*, and take

..i. t n$ 'Il!'" lKi unof the country "through naming.' Thi would look businosslike a sour, cross and crabbed sort of a fellow, ZIU 12 12 c'ts" Claret" (Port St. Julieft.Wine) May 10, 1851. 18 JOHN R. LLOYD. hint away. 4IT. j

t.., Ic..i.a "w.v: ;* g, as an enlerj.ii.ve of Inter- -warlike if you will, and it would and they -cahI him Crab Smith. Oh, I fcup- May 17. 1S51. 13 S. S. KNIGHT.T Notice. May. 1831. D. WILSON, Jailer. 1' j
:t; but lr reach thc ohj mind in the I'm time 17 4t
j vt :-v.c"c'!: great i tell upon the public State and abroad pose man. Clothing. order of J. Wnyl Baker, Judge of the Cir-

efth Cu.In-fLt.J by the companj-, exterior' for it would look like we are in camcsL Mv dear, what shall we name hub !' BY' Court foi Madison County end State of Florida Wanted.

to C"MU; appoiai-ttcuu must be equal It would toll, too, upon the Cabinet inVndzington. Why, husband, I've settled on the name of FIXE: il.innn1j'o do. T.l-.ie' ,Black Crecn.Dre and, Frock Crown, and Truck Sack and we, the nder>ignod Commissionfro, will offer A&EAT and comfortably furnished room and
l' e"l't'i"r! 10 t0"! of other You will therefore t ; for sale cu the FIRST MONDAY b JUNE next, in
: ".V perceive, P.-ter. 'Oh, ilon'treplied he ; 'I necr C trorkinantbip of vvliich is varrantcd. a respectable planter residing somewhere .
Sack ntf.
tOnpny <>
hJte too 0:1: tlie same line of communication. ; that 1 do not approve the building of an Armory liked Pi t(r, for he denied hU master.' Well, .lust feciivei and for sale chccn nt tie! Now Clothing lic front of thc to Court the highest House lidJer door of, en said a credit County of at twelvemonths pub between Tallahassee and Quiacv, for a gentleman
nppottitr for tam, vessels thc This is too slow and have V- T. MITCUELL. outcry, and lady. Best of references will be given.- /
njw. we then the wife 'what du Stnre sufficient
tn dj replied name you from day of sale vita note security Please address F. i: A.at this OtEce,stating terms and
Uft ...Vn'd bh Irliie1ile' rout>, and good I not tae money to spare. This step should like V I thould like thc name of Joseph.' Slav 1. 11. -10 tf to betr interest at 8 per cent per annum from i location. May Z, 1851. 17 : JjL

vna 01 the Kail way.j have been resencd for a more advanced stage Oh, not that,' mid his bettor hr.lf; I can't South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. date,"all the Real Estate tf John Coleman, deceased,

t1h.jj j ';N Hay"S has to fcjjerjoron"tiie coast of our 'rogrc! What we want now i o to bear Joseph, for he denied his mistrebs.' O \O BtJSIIEI.S ju .t received from CLarloftcn, ia the viila'tf of MadLon.w.I.. A. BRINSO. I ,. Just Received -T
tSr Lj flir *teamhiips, or any i be prepared at once, so that we could say to ---------a- "I Jvb New Yor1:.per sclir. Mart Howard, put SAM. B. THOMAS, ommzsswncrs. irinr BUSHELS CORN',

*iter. Xe"tlj! not drawing o\er2-'J fa-t ( the Convention when it meets: If war cones Stock of Cotton. DP in tierces of ten lnu>heh emh, mind for sale by 10, IStl. 18CHALYBSATE Vt 1.JJI) 1U.OUO pounds Sui.p,
It May
fta 23 feet the bar all tin-.es. 11ER11Y A ROWLES.MsTl7J O.OO.J Shoulc,
on ct 1 action to ii.i
arc prepared meet .
Lc.t j ofpiiur tee Comparative Statement cf the Receipts of Cotton at 12t> barrels F'lcmr,
i/ ,v* 'Li"s: ljut lo frfct Tarnirt Ray j if t the people will not act time, my word for the Ports, ut thc latctt dates. :: _. 51. _10_ _ SPEIXG3, 20 Perk,

t., Y .-bur u aU tirars it;..! in all wealhh" it, they will never secede. If wo gain confidence 1351. f.smabI'v I luit1bvI I Liinbt il Mcrriv/ether County, Georgia; CD "

.' ituj>r. h'S 11 roinplc-Uly[ open to nil | -if we command the respect of the NewOrlcans.May 6.n. ..691.139..408.COS.. J44.767 rubscriber has on hand a large lot cf LUM aboce the level of the 6Vc.] 10 Mononj ihea WMsteV.
wi"t1,: l'tflia Ray i1L full Mobile.Tcxa .-. .313.947 THE f>{ various L'md*. such a* Pine, Poplar [IGOO/wf Also a Fne supply ot t etery kind of Groceries;
--.. -4 ; give i I United States and of foreign we must _. .ApiilFlori 20. 24,625 White Oak. and Hickory, tc, also for runningjpar undersigned begs leave to inform his friend which will be sotd aa low or at lower prices IbaV
Pain- '- : V"1 r >v-ter (-J fr0 lo Gadwlen | bhow them that ire can and wul maintain our Ja,. u 28. .148,032. for Gins, xrlrch! he offers for pale tn as rea unublc THE thc public, that he has become the Proprie any other house in this place. Call ut the i:3sen-"

>. !.tie '"ttandinin 014 Tampa flay" i j indrpfr.Jcr.cr. It is idle to close the eyes to Sitvannith,_. .May 8. .273.240. .C84.US3 terms as it can bo Lad clwIiere. By calling at the tor of this ceU-brated Watering Place, nnd \\ill he her j b'ore p'lrchjsirgt-U vvhere.
.. _
**.t 1)rUng "1 f A 4. Ill)*1t"f;( the fact, that without military power we cannot CIiarlc n,. .' K. .332.150. .Sli 078 Mill, five milft Wi. t 6f ills} city, you will find the prepared l to receive >inters on tl e 2uth of May. April 19, 1551. 15 S. S. KMGHT.

I tni to 1:1mci'8 1oint. maintain our independence. If we would N. Cnri'lina.Aprll 26. 11.610. 8.7C5 man LinmJf rc dy to measure your Lnraber crid to It is needles to speak of the "Chalybeate" as a
,c Cedar Virguaia.d 1. 13,025. 8.C25 help A on load (if rpqiiirH,) awl then receive the mo summer resort The salubrity of its climate, and the Boots.Plovvs.. .
Iiy. Keys gives if fVould avoid bloodshed
9 ti preserve peace- we of; course, Milhcut thc leas-t trouble to jhu. powerful medicinal virtues cf its waters, have been 1 DOZEN Pair cf Brooks Patent Skai Beott (
1) Dtpt Key \Vlarftnd 1 we mast show that we arc not to be assailed 2.1 1 I.G81 1.RJ2.867 hey W. C. LESTER. enioycduiid tested by thousands. Thc Proprietor .1 Aprils. 1851. 13 JAS B. GAMBLED -

... Fey ti more. Troni October tnnnrtlie'rs with impunity, and that haung the sword we Handy 31111. May 17. 1E51. 19 it has only to add, that in addition to three first requisites -
V-7, U-J.I.I.T tbe of a summer renJeuce he has soured no cSurts .
: prevail, i know bow to wi :
cvt.* Kt :i r.UflI' fail l to fumi)liVluii i We ought to choose agents now, not for Increase Jlccupta, 59,314Erporii Stop the Thief. to add all the comforts and and luxuries fore that tf a the good Motel. i:},*Z (\ CAST Sweeps in store, and for sale at low
the 14th instant best cooks scrvmits, country
ftct lo to forty* Portt.To from my house on ? my The AJ\J rate.
Lbpt ty \ f. tstcaraj. i what they know, not because they can solve STOLEN and coat, in which was a wlk purse, will allord, n fine band tt mu-ic, and nil the aMuc- Jj. AM.BLE.
tail -6) the drzift of of thc latest date?. . .1850-51. .1.453.280 been i- Apnl 5,1851. 13
hioop war in Euclid found such have
: al may j a problem but for what they are '4 U 4 4Stock 1849-50 1,075,940 containln! ? SIO in paper money ; also my bay Hare. meats usually at places, pros

: I1Ut t2pTktflp3 hay to Gadfcdcn able to perform, in giving energy and cfiecl'to t. as well an I recollect, RiCi mane and deti.His Law Firm.
i is trial
Into "tJjj block feet, and vrns swinied on the left thoulder.A terms will be moderate. All be asks a
'. 11ie T 'Itiinpa Bayat any the icsources of tho State, to prepare her Increase in Exports,. ... .. .. .. .. .377,316 tail liberal regard will bo given for the delivery of my Passengers on the stage .route from Baraeville to "OEARD t tij mP* Ilay and Cedar Keys are for a separate and independent existence. on hand at the Ports. or any mfcrmation that win lead to her recovery Columbus can reach the Springs by takiugbacx at J-y Lip ia all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of
; 1 bit1 and masters of vessels Rcqualatnnriors j My niotlo is then prepare, prepare, and To the latestdatciv-. .. .. 1850-'M. .470,813 mare, or the thief -who stolen her, so he may bo prosecuted Pleasant Hill. They are situated GrfDTille si roilea ironi abccit the Florida. Oi2ce is Tallahassee.

t ts.i3 1:1 4.Ri give an unanimous oZ' \\thcn act! with company if you can get it, if 4' a 1619-'SO..465,012 cordinjr to law. stage road The distant from WOOTEY.is JOHN BEARD. .
JAMES T. VT. CBEVARD.Ftbruary .-
? ofTna Ba l51. 19 2t JOHN ANDERSON. twelve miles.
I M a thipping not then act without, for I know no da' 17.
I 1 81.
j IS
i tf
Rifey. The cilauce! from 5it terrible doom than thai which awaits qs in Increase in sto k,. . ,. .-., Plft r Wakulla Tunes t"j r Jt May 10, 1E51.


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Araendmeuts to the PROSPECTUS Towle 6t Myera, Military Bounty Land.Preemption cgal 3 Dentist P.,P.Taflie LEWIS Z.4Local

: CONSTITUTION OF Til C STATE OF FLORIDA. or THC HAVE on hand,and are now receiving new and pjj
OMS in
SOIL OF THE SOUTH. assortment of GOODS, con=istius ot In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida the new bui I
Adopted tie FiM General .Itsrmbly and publtked THE un.1ersineda,a Committee ct Publication.cn Gold Lever Hunting Watches, for the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe & '
in ptirtuanee cf Article A'/f, Section 2.cf part of the Muscosee and Ru- elI Agricultural Gold Anchor Lever do LAND Orricr County. engaged.

the Cvnt'ilutian. Solely, respectfully Invite public attention to Silvvr Lever Hunting do ,1/areftSl, I&31.IN IN CHANCERY. Scptember :
the following Prospectus"of a Monthly Journalto be Silver Anchor Lever do order that the liberal view of Congress, in pas William E. William, ) Flour & .

AN ACT to amend the Eleventh Clause cf the Fifth, published in'thiscity. under the auspices ol the above Lapine and common do sing the Act of. Sth September, 1SSO, prantig p.,. > Divorce. ,

Article of the Con titution oFthi* State; asd loIA namedfsocialion.. Gentlemen and Ladies' Bosom Pins.a ecneral as- County Land to certain officer* and soldiers who Ann Williams. ) 1 :;o BAP.RELS best familr her.r'
the interests of orlment of C.r and Finder Rings Gold Guai !s and Uni* 3 ca.ska Rice
amend An Act amendatory cf the T.Aellth The work will be dcvctcd to Ag have been engage in the Military service of the of this
Keys. Fob and Ve t Chains, Seals, fi.Jd Sdvei T appearing by affidavit to the MtUkciion SO barreU Potatoe
Clause$ of the Fifth Articlecf the Constitution ot iJcutuie! rdHorticxit! ireIoiae* ic and Rural Eeon-j and ted States, nay be carried out. and every expense to I .
Pencil*,Gold Pcns.Gold and Silver! Sfmctaclcs Gold Court that the Defendant, Ann Williams reid* 5 firknw best
j obtaining Ghen,
this State, and adopted bv the Third and F aith omy Under thee several heads, will bs included the Warrantees be avoided as far as possible in Batter
> Sleeve, Collar and lkisr>ni Buttons Silver Pearl and out of this State. and in the State cf New York, on Landing from Unnm.
the their
culture of he benefits of and
General As emblie oa s to give the Election otJrutefs all! that concerns the Crops, improve- I cranttd( by the gratitude for n
to the PeopleSECTION me.it cf the Soil, the management cf Ihe Farm, the Shell Crd Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine country for faithful and patriotic services : and at motion cf S. K. Mallory, Solicitor for the Complainant 3Ic2f AUOHT 4 0

1. He it enirtrd by eFenate, and Girdra. the Orchard the Flower Yard, nnd the1I.'ue.kecpet's Fans. Silver and HnfTVlo Combs. tl-e same time to secure to the hardy and"enterpris Newport, March 22, 651.. i,
Department. In their ronm-xicn j Also. Firnch Mint le Clocks, Table Knives TeiTra ing settles on the Public Lands, the fruits of their It i* Orfcrr-l That the Defendant do appear and
Tlcpretrntatim oJ State of FialUatn >s Puled and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea answer plead, or demur to Complainant' Bill on or CBYRDA Co.
General.isicmllo eonseneJ. That the ElcrcP.th with the interests of the Soil, the other industrial; industry and privation ; the Secretary of the Interior C.
Pursuit of the land, will recene their appropriate fpon't| is Plated Spoons, Forks Crs-ara and Soup Ladies has directed : lfa're the frt MnmLiy of June next, .otlierwit the ortnent ofCrrckcr'r.
Clt'rapof the Filth Article ot ths Constitution
attention. I Plated Waiters, do. Tea Sets, Castors Candle- That public notice be given to all settlers on Public t'ame will be taken pro onfeiM: I'rorttlfJ Publimtk (Jtaw and Stoije ware.
of this State and also Act enlif It-d. An Act to
en Mick*, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandole?. >n of tliu Order be first made in some Hard ward nnd
attend the T 'tlJthCl ? 4.( the Filth Amele ol The Soil of th* South" will be under the editorii1 Laud* subject to private entry, to come forward newspaper Cutlery.

the C<>n ?fitalit (1 this State, so that the Judges ef ftipervision ef Cltarir* A. Peabody, E>qr., and AUo.fiae d.-Mibinbiriclled Guns Shot and Game ar.d file their Declaratory statementwithin thirty- in this State fi-r the term of three months. Nail, Castir-gcs, Lc

the Circuit CouitJ shall hold their offices for the Ccl Jir.es M. Ciiamb -rs. Mr. Peabody ha.-bern for PaZ3. and Fiask fine p>>cket Knive-. Porte Monnies, days alter making their settlements and improvements January 27th, 1851. April 12,1331. H
Port Folios! Violin, Claronetj", and Flutes, fine Razors JOS. R LANCASTER.Ju .
term of eight instead ct daring good hehisior %vo jea'* connected with the Agricultural Press, ands a< required by the Pre-emption Act of 4th
," be nd the years iae are hereby, so amended itTo equilh distinguikbrd at a Practical nnd Sciclific Strop" i.c. September, 1541so as lo secure Iheir prt-emption Southern Circuit, State of Florida. C C.BY HI) A Cohaejustrcjj aS

read Zi fellows, viz : That on the first Monday Farmer and Gardner. Col. Chambers is one of the C.-af quality and general ortment of. Perfumery, rights and prevent interfeicr.ce by the location of February 1,1851. 4 Cm- meat of dres gtxxl. urh as
and ful Planter in the South tie., &e. TOWLC & .MYERS Pliiin and Embroiviorwl Grenadine
most theso warrant.
inOctobot.in the year o'e ihcu ini I hundred intelligent "Ucccs j and v '
*nJ fiflv-Jhrce, a on the frbt Monday in October They will be assmted by an able cotjx; of Contribaj j &{fr23,1S.K). J3: And that all warrants may be located upon the State of Florida. Bera ijp% Tunic, Laiva null I Eeraje: Delania.! "

tors! the Farcers and Plai.lcrsct the hnd for, subject to private entry on the 3J 3Ia'lin and Lace and
.rrery ''\ ynars 'hereafter, ther* tl.all be elected Lytbe among practical Just Received applied LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. tape Under-eletves.
I, without an affiiinita* lo whether sid William W. Cheever, do. da Cutw and Collar*.
Circuits of this, state one Judge ot the Circuit Each riunber will contain sixteen pajre; of quarto 1 DOZEN FLORENCE LONNETS, land i improved or not! ; aol a.'ter! having been so located M. ALSO-A fine ortment of Indies a>I CalW

Court, who ehnll reside ia the Circuit for which! he size, piinted with new fnpeon superior white fiacr. .1 4 ..' China Pearl do. aid warrants shall remain in the hands of the Ellen A. nrcckenbroush, widow and adminitrafiixof SIn u?. Parsaofa and lA>lie. Silk tmlrefl *

may elected, and con.in-.e in office for the term and urnshed to cab cribeis at the rite of One Dollar .i I.aceTuaa do. Land Officer; at least forty dajs. If at the end of William II. Fn-ckenbrou, drceacd, Lucy Grni Bfxt< awl Shoe of a variety of Stv Iprin2.2 *
df six from and afere firt rf per annum vxhich must be paid in tdvance. 1 Albion do.I that lira Iheie i* no interference by tho e location' 31.
years diy JiaaaryJiest While Chip do. rrockenbrt>uch, Arthur S. Crockenbroujh, Thos.V I _______
Post Mitci authorized with claim* orhcrnise tho warrants
r4fedin ha electionunle s ttoner removed (03-: are to tct zs Agents pre eruption or '. F.rockeibrouzh, George L. Brockei.bronel, -
ard they retain in their bar.rN | French do. will returned to thi) OSice for ptnhtg but ii > PREMIUM COTTON Gilit
Ufli the provivions made in llii Coii titution for may twenty-five ;per ; Geor S. Hawkins and Mary R. Haukin, l.iwife.
White Pamelii tie.'I ;
the rrat
J\od for mllul ne iect cf duty, or other rezfontble they prefer .t, a copy if (he Work will be n-nt to 1 French Lace do. made. hirockenbrouti, i nf.int children of John Vf. Brock- .Lj. liiD>!.usCuttoD Gin Manufactory, hate the ,.

cause, vruieb$ shall tot be suficient ground for imacbur.ttheGnernor any one twelve u'tnth* cratuitously, sho will remit Warrantees can brae! thrir own prs-emplinn enbroughdeceased, Lucy D. Maxwell, Elizabeth iMiction to announce to their pattoni
dj. adtbe4 I
four with four dollars! 1 Crane rights where the land \va procliiiined and offered at! ,
: |>* shall remote any cf then V. Maxwell, Siueon Maxwr, Margaret Cham- rers generally, thronehcut the Cotton
en the add'ess of t v. Mhird* cf the Gener/1 AsenWy I j {U- All Communications cu-t t be Jresed, postpaid 1 Mi4 e Flat, pul.lie: i Willum H. Ciambts! Pullhcr The 6 Metisaid D. 'a China Pearl Ilat. minimum price of the Ur.d i ij than dollar atj
to of more one
rroued itoweri'r.' That the : ;
their celebrated PREMIUM
: cause, orcau>t?, 20 Palm Leaf duL W. Sims,deceased, Martha Mu-jcnSiais, and Fari Gi.\s.
fhall lit stated at length in such address, and enter Soil of the Suuth," Colutrbm, (.a. and Uven'y-fjte cents per acre, can pay in ca;h, the ih! Carter. Where these Gin have been once nscd, it ,
fine do
+ cd on the Joornal* of! each : And .rcri.1cd.firLrr, VAN LEONARD ) Committee 1 caselatr-st ft\le ilolttkin do diili'rencp! between the cost of the bud, and the amount appearing to the atifaction? of this Cnnnt, b be deemed nnneccssary for the Mannlietnre,.,,

That t'.ie cause, or c Uiis, *4r11 be notified to the It. A. WARE, > rf C. C. P.YRD &. CO.Ai.ril coveted by the warrant, eMimatin;; the war IT afiidi\it made in this cau e, that I'efendjnt' Arthur a wnrd in their favor, a? tl.er feel ctnfidenl t.
J E $ Pub1ict ion.C4dotr4iu Forsa'eby rant at SI-3 acre. No pre-emption nights, atlach
; Jude > intended to be received ; and he th&ll badsittod per S. BrockenbrcnshThomas W. Crockecbroujh; chine have be brrngr.t to ucb petfecticn ,
1-51. 14 |
I 10 a l/i-arin/ in his own d.Tenre, before any Ga April 2151.. 10 3m lo the a'.tenutesectinns reserved to the Untci TIioiras W. Brockenbrough ar.d John W. Brockenbrou their apirior perff.rrriance will recommend tins

L Vote for uchremoval shall pas*; anl in Ji-ach cases, :Bonnets c. States along the tnute* of Railroad or Canals. ;h, infant children ot John W. Brockenbro' sh, in preferer.ce to all) tiler Gin* now in a'e. For tb
t Jefferson Where is made to this Office the .
Circuit Court.IX .application
the vote haIL be taken by jea-ar.d rms.. and entertion .ive'l pcncnd ort-iitnt of Lathes n1 by deceased, and FarUh Carter, reside out of the Slate faction cf those who have not nsd the G'lti
rec a locate the the
to warrant ehonld
the Journals of each House, resneclhely.Sec. CHANCERY. TUST, = : anJ Summer IJonntts Straw rrlik warraali-e applicant of Florida,beyond jurisdiction of this Co; rfbnt and are unacquainted with their reputation,tfcePto!
I es : pring designate ll)> Land Ii-trict, section of
2. Beii further enacted. That eaid election i e co-ir.try, cr in the United States and that defendants, Lucy prietnrs reed only say, that the FIRST
Paul Ulrccr, Executor if John A. Cuthbcrt, dec'd. Jinn lurid Flats Gent F >CB unJ Jnfunt.* CUna particulir tract en which, I.e tiies the loratinn ; Prnmnn
fliall be conducted, an the returns theieof raidiu Rrocker.brouzh, G"nrse S. Hawkins and Marv K. have been awarded to th ta for the BESTGW .
Pearl, LeL-htrn; PiUiiinacuJ Psilia Ixf Ha:*, FreiiehSrrigs made anywhere the tract is specified( it wonJJ b*
1be cninner nnw prescrib, or which may hereafter James Cads.5enEitzn-iliian n.xrdsall.afd the widow end ; Hawkins, his wife. Martarct Charnplin ims.widow I'iOitCd at the great State Fair held at A tanta.Gecr.cis .
and er.lwtNl)4InJ ClvrLitc ethers in theorder
( ) well to desi. atc several in %\ hich
} e i prtfccribed by Uw, (nr tie election cl toCotgre.i I 'nd heirs of Joha Cutl.btit and administratrix rf Willism IV. Sim tleceastd. ; also, at the AUb&ma and Georgia Agrknltai
A. deceased.
and co!' reJ Fk-or Matn?, Fan?. P ira oh, Pa- they are 1-.ired, thai in case? the Irac' hirt seUcftd j jihall |
: !id it sll be the duty of the Governor I and Martha Mason Sim, reside beyond the jnridic- and Mechanics Fair, held! at Olniabos!
I TTUN motion of CompUinartt. end it appearine rasollrttes, and Suu $.SLnde I>>nM-t Sadi. Neck and have been iakcn, the \\arrcr.t rai be located ; ir.Jatiljanrnal
toiuai 1 cotnmtsiop under the teal the
State th
c lion cf lhi Couif.but in the Western Circuit ot the Fair ff South Carolina Institute
the the r-umh" ot rcttsJD L> frcrn atSd..vit to ny: Mtisfactiin that defendant* CtJ> JJibbcn-. bU.ck, wlire ijid eol.ire4 l S tin li: upon the first of the ethers which mat be vacant at
10 pei son receiving liighe i Slate of Florida : Charleston. Tie Cotton tinned on tint
the Judicjfl Ditiict Which the election if Janie Gad&-n! sod ritr.\villiarn Rvrd5dhL reside be- Frr sale bv HEIR: & UUST. vxiihout fnitier deby. In these cases the affidavit Cinrrereived
to // w therefore Ordered, Thai said defendants lei.Jin the first Fremit.ma at the fciSibitionlfidia
j yond the hriis of the ft&te 'f Floridit! the cr.e in April 1'', It.11. 15 ot the applicant, taken before aT t-tHrer comj-ctol
.._ < in the Western Circuit of IheStafe of Florida. Charle- tonSonth Carolina,and ai
? every FasrwEeri
Ja&Stc. I. South Car jima and the ther in New York, so that to a'hninis't oaths, that he is the identical I
3. Ee it furUrr matted Tl whenever person
at Superior Liquors. J appear and an-wer the Bill of Complaint! fir d in samples of Cotton froth them have lee eioibil d
the c'-rdi-iary: of this Ccurt cannot be served mentioned in the warrant must
-.the General shli prc.csa accompany theapplication. j
Assembly Suprcne
crejie a vparate -* PIPE HOLLAND GIN i iwhnc this caue within !wo months, ar.d the defendant!? The Proprietors have in their powe ,icii natfrous
thorn superior Th rules b' with -
: < mut
Couit, or Chancery < ourt, under tc j-rcvjs. upon same complied ic'cdir. beyond the liroi-? of the State of Florid? certificates from Planter, Cotton Drok
JL M Hiict. Ca.-tli:! Brandv nCen.
& It therefore OrJirtil Tl.at publication be dei i nade the
m application by letter.is lo District
ions of this Con 'ti:utioa. the Judges tlicrenf shall I j within lonr months from the date of the publication mission M rchinfs, and Mir.nfactBrers of C
lot four months in in TaiU- J Madeira 'NVinc, extra qualltr Land Where such 'ion ii KOB
i published Oflkers. applic made
It elected in the in the ; by
manner provided first section
ol this Order, rr the said Bill will be taken for con- Go-44, testifying that lie perfcrraance of the Cit
f this act, and shall imld their olTicrg for thepame.tffn j hassee, 1'Inida, jequri said dofeudai.te GidsJenJ | pure Port Wine, the Atlnrney. Guardian, E.\f: rwtor, AiC the evidence es-ed against thorn. awl the sample -doce.| by them, b ,
pr cannot
Hyrdsail to plead, answer rr demur to the F.ill 1 LbL Jrisli Whi-key, a rcrr mperior wtick certified of their | H. I
and be pubjoct to all th1 prov !*ir>ns of sr.id 13 fct J duly authority lo act, must also Audit i* f'jrtfiir Ordered, That publication rf celled by any Gins ever manufactured.All .
ol Conpl.iint on or before the first Monday in In btore, and fir sale l Ii.w byGEO. tin .
Sep appluution.Ky
reCtion : P>P VilrI hmitr>e r, Thht i liie Ju-'ce* of the JL ccompany his Order be mide io sorre newspaper pihlnhed in order for Gin, given either fo ocr trwlEr.
tember n.'xt ; BESTWICILIVl.ni.iry rbu in 1st Section of the Act ;
+ itoprerae Court hail be elected bv ceneial ticket ; a ? making appropriations Tallahassee cnrea week for the spare of four months.J. f>T Incrl A?nt?, cr forwarded fo Ihe Prcpriefcrsij
Ptocitifd, A coy y of the Order be duly published IS. 1S1. C for the of the
Had lie of Chancery support Government Ion
t Judgr $ Court sh ll! be elected WAYLES BAKER, JuJ e, &c.20ib mail, will always receive rr'-rept attention. Gin
for four tn<>ntk as heroin diieritn, prior to the said t it fiscal 3'th) Ju.ie
ticket .e } ar ending : 15o2, approved Sd
by nt rai cr by District the I
lu cgis* March, 1S51.! will b sent to any jiart rf the country, and.
iitbre may direct.; firs' Mondjy in JSej l >mber Is51) nest. Notice.clix March, lS"lit Uemcled that no warrant for IJ.ranty ranted satisfaction.

SEC. 4. J2c it further tnacttd. That should a March 29, IS1. J. WAYUS DAKEH, Jud e.A mo lL: afrtT date the underizno, Admir.i tra3 Land i. upd uider the Act of 2ith ptember, A true copy OSCAR-Attest.A. MYERS, CK- *c. to give JOS. L. BUTTON. Azmt.

vacancy occur in either the Supreme, Clunctry, n C.true C.cr.-iv FIFE-Attest Clerk., o tor of the e.-tat of Walter 1?. I(lack burn,will pre j IS'iQ, or by virtue of any other Act of C'onzre-s, By HUGH AUCHEP, Jr., D. C. Columbus Ga.. February S, 1S1. 3 I;

Circuit Court, by death, resitnation, removal, criitberttis fcnt hi final a n>unt tad vituchcr* to the Judge r.f !Vr>- shall be located on any land \\hich had not therc-to- March 22, I-.1)!. U -Jm
it khall be the dity r.] the Guveriior to A;,ril 12, 1.51. 11 4m bate of JetfcrMHi County, and u&k far a di liarge from I fore been brought into market and then subject to Notice

} ane a writ of election to nil ..urh vacancy, and lie said estate. piiv te eiitrv ; n (hat no lind can be located under State of Florida Gadsden

ball give at least sixty da}*' roll re llicrrcf b> proclamation Notice.A ELIAS LASTINGER.Fobroan the D"ur.ty Land Law of 2Sfh September, l2.><>, or -- County. T Jlu'iderszned having mace ?or.e acwarra.inent .

end the Judge so elected to till euctv %a- J.L pervie, cretlitrrs, and oa1e'e, entitled to 1. U.M. -1 Cm any other law ciaritinj Cocr.fy Lard, except that) .Middle Circuit of Florid*-//i Chancery. ia his buinesrefjnets al> ptnnnjis-

aeCiIa1I)! cotitinue in office ft otu the time he 'is1.] XV dftfribution or (itherwise inlerrftod, in the . In futnrelewiHSwp

ties antler iiio corn.in, wtrh: sh-ll be sued i ot l Tt-oin- J. T- nsend. hteof rsnCom- CARRIAGE REPOSITOlivr lo the 3d of March, 1531. Archibald Nicholson, Complainant, no bock, bat sell his cords eTrnivery! for eab orprotloce

1 immediately alKT the final catix a s of the votrsbytvliicn ty, F1ia.! dvur-t-d. are horebv notJiV-d to exhibit J. UTTERFlELp, rs. and by so doice he Trill Le able lo seBit

h's return dtternanrJ : l rorideti.hatrerer, heir claiins and deri.ndsihin *voeai-trom tin* BY KILLS & BROKAW, Commission cr. James Nicholson and William N. Arrritf E\PCU- the lowest livirtr price, which he promise?* la,

That sbou'd' it berotne necemry to fill! any such rartncy date to the itt't'rgnedor! the sitne will be barret! ; I 1'jIIa/isrec, Florida.stiLcribp May 3, !C5! 17 C-.v tons ef Malcolm Nicholsondecei ed,Wiley Elfw- and requests his oldcu'ftrr.ersand ethers nhrfitrg'tf

bet.ire an lection can be hrld under the piovionotthi t>nd all!! persois iudc-ltted to #jJ; deceased, are requested rT1iir. ) would inform their itt, Administrator thees'ateof Arabella Biew- I f ay low, to give him a call. He has en hand a gc4

: Coo.i1titton, the Governor sUU have to make immrd: paytnent to my authoii- i. fri- !IiS! and the public in general Summer Clothing.A iit'deceased, P.urrell Ilioson and Mary hi* wilv, a-snilrnent f-f Sh'ies, Hat*. Caps r.lankctscuri

the power to fill K-h vwanc) bv appointraent, eu J j zt-d aeent and attotney, WILLIAM Kt'DD at Jln- _:_J----1 that ihi-v are recc-ivin;; a lnrse supk[ | R. CL MK! has juf received from New York, el a!., Defendants. .IYItI Woollen Goods,&c., &.C., for familj and plmri-

ibe per*nn o appointed *hIt hoi J Ins ofEcc horn the j lireilo, who is fully: authorized by me to settle the t1 Iti I .;4.r! .rid 1ti-s, \\hirhn\ -\ oiiv'rInr ..I..k- general as-j-r-ment: of summer cl->thin of affidavit, it appearing to the sai! ficiion cf lion ue*.
; O Jaii'aiy I. SHl. 52 AMOS RICHARDSOX
irteof hb cottnii-! until 1 hi ucc&scr nhail be said estate. -al oh Hit* most rra-'injble Irrius. Person every \arioty and Myle, which will be sold on the the Ccnrt that Jame-TNichoIsin. William F.

duly tlrrted and uu' lified. I' 1'4.'Y A. TOIVNSEXD. Adi-i'x. vci-hins to biy, an request, d to call and exauiite most reasonable lerrrs, at the well known s'ore on Avenift. and Wiley Blew itt. three of the Defendants Notice.

Sec 5. Be it fnrtkrr enacted. That the second Jc-fiiMin County, April 12, Ifc-Si. 11 3-n lhir st.ick. Oct. ber 19. 1650. 41 Monroe SI.. formerly occupied by Clark & Stillman. in said lull, reside out of the Stale of Florida and
ttection of.aid art tu amend tho twelfth clauoeof the r.thi afttr date I shall to the IJna.
Also fine lot of Cluths, Fancy and lilac: Doekir.s within the units o Ihe State cf Georgia : SIX mf apply
Constitution of, this State, and adopted by the third Bounty Lands and Pensions.igned. Tax Collector's Sale. hmareJlfs, Col'd. and White Drilling* Drap'Et-,, /.' 15 Ordered, That the said James Nicholson, Judze ot Probate tor the County of Ima"cr

and lo-jrth General Asw-cblit as sforaid, he end I virtue ol the vnsted law William:; N. Averttt and letttr* >f final dismission as Adminw'ratoroftU
p i :undet& .ha\ir.g made nrrtizemeris! with BY puwer in me by 1 White and Fancy Marsaillfs, Satins and Fancy Silk Wiley EJewitfappear and
Ib* amc is hereby abolished! ; but it i is tereby proviJeJ J- .'< competent and experienced Asrei.t in theCiuf have levied utuna.id ill! eNpose to Sale.belure Ve-tin s, whic'n he is prepared to mannfarture in answer said Eill of Complaint according to law..ll.eiui.e state of James lllackii-Jge, late cf said Crnntycea3ed. .&-
ihit the General A ( Washingt.in, and brine nsw provide with the j on such a manner as to please the dost fastidious.ALS'O same pro confisio as
current v.rtc of the two lloue-i thereof at i its next approved and requ-ile fonis, will: attend to the col- J I the first Monday of June next, at the u-ml hours ot to them : EDWARD BLACKLIBCE, Adm'rJanuarv

tt?&Jltr .;ecMcn.. elect: eacne {x-iran It' fill the tacincy lection rf rhici by poaern of attorney for Pxiunty ale, to the hiche-t bidder, the following de criiied' A'fi.11 a--orment of Shirts, Drawers. Kid and Thread Provided. Tha! a copy of IhU Ord r be published 23, 1S51. 3 CmITotice.

which will occur by cjf.'irat.on of the term of oLc'ed'ttoat (: Lands, Pt-nbiucs. and Claims lor L'es and Service Land,, lying anJ being tu the Couuty of MaJison, GMes, Collars, lUU-Ho-e, Col'd. Muiiin and Silk orce a week for the space of four months in the

nJj win tn > draw Inc two jear term.undcr iiiK-n the Tuned States Government.OtiicTs Hunda.iiz: Cravats, ildkls., Duols, &.c "londian &. J.turnal, a newspaper published in the .

the provisions ot said *t und section, which l it and soldiers of the war cf 1S2, or of any The S E 4 of the N E 4 of Sec 20,T I, R C, S and AprilS, IS-U. 13 tf cit-\ ct Tallahassee within this Circn.t. SIX tncr.ths after date, the tinder.iffaed trill pre

tcreia aboe declared to be abolished.FIJTH of the Indian wrsince J790, arecnlilkd JUuf.- E., a? the property cf J. S. Patterson, ta pay the J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJzc. his account and vcucr>ers to the Honorable

GENCE AL AabrMEtT.-i'acf(3' the Ssenate ty Lands nnder the late Act of Conrreas. For services taPs and costs du.- on same for the u-ars 1S401G, Just Received and for sale low byJ. JOl'N ERSKINE, Jodjie of Probate of Leon County, a, Adminiitnlot

lit theConsiilntioniil majority, Dec -nber 13, 1SSO. rend -red, a. ii.dcrate compensation vtitlbochaigc '47, M>s M9, and V). M. WILLIAMS Solicitor and ot Counsel! fnr Complaiianf. on the estate ot Georze W. UaneU, late ci Leon

J1313ed the Hnuse of Representative by the C
*tivtu.1 Dfcenber 23. collected. D. p. HOGUE taxes, fcc., doe from IS 15: to 1'). TANILLA and Cot Rope aborted size, R. C. LESTER, Clerk. rom the sdininistration of said esta'e.flENJAMIN .

(;. VT. 11UTCHIXS. AUothe E J N K 4 Sec 11 and W \ N W 4 Sec .i.i Shovel- Spadtfff, and Av. March S. 15-11. t 0: 4m BYRD, Adn'r.

tcQ. 2.] March 29, IS51. 12 ffNolice. 12, T I II 9, N ami E, purporting to belong lo J. J. Vrccslinij IIIi. Patent ditto, Fcrf ?tan;btirT. Jar.narv 1S.1SI. 2 Rm 4
4 AK ACT to amend Ihe Se itcenth CUase cf the Uudt-rwuoJ, for taveg.-iuo thereon liom 4.. to 1U iJakc Oivn", Pots, Spider, State of Florida. -

Filth Article ol i the Constitution ol this State. THOMAS M. ANDEK>ON, Old and Young T ,wnc"n.l% Sarsapanlla, MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LF.ON COUNTY.IN Notice.

Scents 1. Je it enacted ly tic Senate and SherifS and ev o5ciaTu\! Cul. MaJisou! Co- Trace, Fifth, I 1aIter. Breast, Stretchtr, and Leg month after date.I shall make aj.licatioa to
Jlottte of Jltprettenlatieet ef tkf State cf Florida SIX months after date, 1 shall apply to the JnJp November 30, 1 .V>. -J7 4 Cm Clam- CHANCERY. SIX Honorable Jnde of Probate inar.dfortbe

In Central ./Jrn42zt11y conteneJ, That the ScvenIcetith Probate of Madison County ft r k-lters of dis- strap llin e*. Patent Balances. COO ll>*. Archibald Buie and Ann Euiethe wile/ of said Archibald County cf Jefferson for letters cf demission as4dtcha"rze

C'aute cf liie Fifth Ai tide of the Coniitu. minion from the administration of the estate of A. B. CLARKE, SXin| Knivt-" and Nfe Ile*. Percus.cinn Cap and John A., Daniel G.Sia-! ., Elizabeth. as Executrix of the last wiU and testament -

hoe of this State: be, and the same is hereby, *o Danltl Fiiuu, drfai>'rd. (nMEHLV Cl.VRUE tTAViXG SrILLMAN,) Cofb3 Milk Cotton Cards, Tlicrmorflett-r Miry Ann. Margaret, and France C. lluie, infant ot" James M. Hsit.Ijteol said Cmnty&t'i
amended as bread IfIi1owtn wIt Thevebia1i! SAAU.L: U-ILLIAMS: Adm'r. Cut Nails. Nail- II Slice children of said Archibald and Ann Euif, ANN 1WBT.
: Match C2, 1S51. 11 Cm *,. ;? purchased the iiitere! cf Mr. Wrwght be one Soacilor: for each Circuit, who shall reside II Stilltran in thfir! olj business, can le Win>l-or end Cane scat Cliar Willow Wa rns.I'.uckets vs. Jefferson County, February S, 1531. 5 6m
therein, and xl.ill be elected bv the l Tubs, Pippin-. Sieves Travs. BroomPt Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen and --
qua'fi rutersof Notice. ._Lt_. f.jtind at iV.oir olJ stand on Monroe street, -,
uc-h Circuit, oo the first Monday in October, iotlie where he will receive i i a fcv days from New York >'ui-h, Sal Swla, lidi-a. Glue, MnSder. their children, Finetta Sheffield and her husband w. G. M. DAVIS,
one luutmud eight hundivdHid CIX months after date,the uader-ti neU will Sivon's Hryan; Sheff.eld, William II.I Allen. Joseph Allen! ,
fifty-three, mao one of the most complete asaot Intents (1 Jirailym nirn'rior Z; Twbaecrt Ifcul Roa.i Snuff, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*ad wer> fiur >ear thereafter, or it such times ute O application to the Court of Probate of Leon ide C'loltiia and Ucnllemtn't J'onttj (ioo-Jit Ilio, I agu; rn, tnd Java CutTec, crar.c t f.ao Salt, Jei7e *on F. Al'.enLaura C. Allen, Susannah Allen Talhhaseeindwil!
Gener-l bounty f.'r !letters of disraUsion John C. Allen, and Thiiza Ann Allen, and taken n.hi. abode at
A-st-iuL'.y: may I lv law and an sduinisiratcr of Adamaiitine HAS
prescribe Star and
ever ofT-rw! m this mark,-t. AUo, a general ai'rtrnent Sprrnx Cnn ljili receive Iii bis scivicei a c aen jtioa to be Jiet-nateoi Joseph \V. Lea, deceased.JOHN of Frftifh, 1aF'e, and Helgian Cloths, IJ.-xes Drown Soap. rlitto for the T .ift, McKieny.T
and Frar.klia and Jackson Counties.
the of
to cf the Court
fixed appearing
!1a. U.-DOUGALL by
by Adn'r. Black aad Casiimrr Green A. Rlk. Tea. Pifkle-s I
Fanrj Dt mkint Claret
> and *, Black monSyrnn.
Ssc. 2. Re it farther ena-frrf. That sudj clection Nnrpit1h.r 1. 1S-VI. 43 OmSoulhcrn SKLC and Biittpr Crackt-r Pine J_ affidavit nadc in this ease, that Finefta Sie(5eld( March 0, ISr-O._'J_ _
an-l 1'igueied Silk Satin, Cas'tmcre, and f'fletttreslingx Apple CLteso,
l.Bll be h d arid conducud, and the returns Huttal life Instance which hs is i>rareh; to manufacture at 1t1ee4rt. Lord, Fl nr. ilacktrd.wid arid her husband Fran Shrfileld, Ay n.t reside in Valuable Plantation for Sale.T" .
ibereof made! this State, but in the State cf Georgia that >
in the so r ro-
: seine manner is now pre- the thw.tesl nolire .l IT- the Lvaf Crushed Sti widi the nst&l
I cf Louisiasa.H a-i not approved sHle.Tu ar. jjrxvi'rtiuent as- J-ha KI5ynl
*crib d! by IAMT, or ht-tcafler be cesof s-utftrna cannot be -frved npon them : PLANTATION wlierccn tie late
)a*'. Tor tiie tiectica nay of tncifcbe* to Ct prccnbc-d*;igt s from by A VIXG bcf-ti arpintcd Agent fcatho above Com- to call r cnmm'initygenpr .iU are -K'rttul; reh1iestefI Hat F rd-srare cf article Criicker* in the Dry Of UK!* ; h u therefore OntfrtJ. That said deter.d.intV, tWaKrlv re.i.Jt-tI, in Leon Counrrr 51
audexjmin'iuy .ioti! : before eke- .
- Jldemin! it purchisiitr Saddltry, Finttta Sheffield ard conaii.'inz trlid &:0
this Stile.FfTTH JItjIV. : tl dicuct4 Bryan Shtfrleld, apoear ai.d Lake Erie 4facrv?. cf "Ee
G srrB At Aa1rMLyPa5ej the Senate : advant: "1 i}.. mutual iiuran.'eprinc.ij4t. wl.ero. TaUjhttcoe! ,UcloVr 12. l '-W. 4t1 Coach Triinnim? and Domestic Lme.R answer the Kill cf Crmnlair.ant's tiled! in this can.-e are ck-areJ. anJ raidt-r ealtirarinn. On the pronw*

IteCcnstitutionai rtjajur-t *, Dt-ceiiber 3i 1651. .. vru'd .. i.oirit thc coiiJcr.tit, Notice. Xim U reqnin-d to enumerate wet-kl Fancy Articles.Coucltbsuu within fur months from the first publication of this U a comfortable frame Pwt-iTh'c! IIt">e. wiz te ncwary

iaed the !oaeo' Reprwetitst-vts! Iv the Ciafj.tc:4o1 t.1 t citizoni ofTaUha'r nr sieiniy. Any infor-I i X mtnths frrrn this d tf, I shall apply to the April 19, 1851.( rw'xt 15 ) Order, or said bill will be taken fr confessed aziast out house. <*. TTa- Plantation

Jauuan 8, J *. inr.tion rol/.tivo to it,fan be obtainnd by'cfdlhqr on the ) Jud. e of Picba.' of Gad-dtn C .uat> for letteisj them. m2.ny"dvanta-jc-: !> rt iuljoiru> the pine-c aoo.is,' '

uubarrilcr. S. S. KNIGUT.j j of li-inn-ion from the itln.iiiiatrutiiniof the estate ClothingTl'ST -. J. WAYLES BAKEI?, Jude, &c. the range i U very good for cattle an
Ornc lwETnv or STATE, > Vv eni4xr> SO,, IfcfA 47 tf1UST of Julia U Dun d4r'a1'd. A tree ropy Attest. rt anTl Get>rra; Plai-k Load will pass within4&OZG

J'utlahaueeX.tj I. 1 51. 5 W. A. DURR, Ailininistratcr.flaJiden received a general 8s. irlment of Gents and OSCAR A. M\r.K-, Cleik. 6)))0vsrJs cf tl-e ilwellin and I thiiik uiS go en the
reccirod end for arJe by O. C. 13YP.D A Co 4 l Boys S'nriaj and Summer Clcthinz. For sale! Mnch221sl. It tleTlantatca;
2.CUILts W. DWfG. & tfctaiy (.t Slate, do Cc .nit* Janna.y 15, fj ,r>l. 3 fin line. through the whole l Unsth of
Cenify the Jorepoii.i: ; to l.e true and correct <) 10 i LbU. Na 1. 3IacL .rd. low by HEIR & P.UST.Aptil and -wlicn tLu Road U e, mj.I -tcl. wLk-h is taxkr con

spies* of theort iua! Ac!
|j mvuh published in purcuaoce >f the (.revision of f&tkf Ilia CcdToe JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. rn the wloie line f-f the Road will strP3-'
*Constitution lo sacks Java Coffoe. [or run i.vin MIM or HCI.L! t rxAT relative ta Arst wJn.cn! and Ilevi- Hay. fillfur: Partltt'-n and L'tttrilutlttn ef Etlatt.Alcraiid it f..r cr.nvc-rience. lc. It is n. wbargain. ofTtred 1r
rica of tteComtaut!'< ). 1 tierce RkeI v?} "T7GULD iuforn lj; frirn'U! cn.l the public 1fl; A P.rSHELS heavy v.lJtc C rn Persons dejrnts tf purcLasir.?, will ph
C. W. DOZING: 0 tUi. Rrown ) H tHat ho *> .r Scott, Aurainl-trat cf Aaron B. C. Scott, tfem"laial.
Sctntary State gar.S f ? la'aken ile store Utely occupied JUU 2fX Oats.ff call rn Joseph Ctaiit- J-n_ who wilT s-bow

: 17 tim bbb dtp-Led and Pt.t-dcrcd Scgrr. ..1.j.hiy' C*. II. I*!.*xl. ad; ailjtjnin the ftore lutt-ly } tls TIny. deceased. For term*. tc. t pjy to me tt icy resixe! V

tOO) br.t FanatiUa Segara. occupied by liiill A. Iratr-riu ,where I Ie v.ill l David E. U. So.tt. and other
Not ice. April 12,1851. 14 tn atuud tu the e.a',1pi.d wnnts <>f te wln> i uiy be A ORMoD.WPLMnreh P.ENJAMIX BTT.PJannarv -

HE TalaJnii Rail HoaJ -- disposed to patronirv hi.t All lj line c.f lx>ii es.He ?2 1S5I. 11 TN tlii< can-e, it arpearaij; fn,ru the aliczatii.rm of IS, 1831. 2 tfNotice.
T Company wl!1 rtt\ve\ THE TRUE MEDICINAL hiu. n-cc'ucd. by the !late sirrhals a eitolre and JL. of the bill, \crified br utlldnvit iT Complainant, _
projx>t Rls till the 15L; thy of May next, fr tlwiting i.tflfftfd that D-fenilsi.t, II M. Scott. does not resule in, tLe
I COD LIVER OIL rvfpfy if loll*, Cn'uintrfS, Votings, Notice. .
of the
Warehouse at the Southern terminu
State of Flori.k, but la tied to parts rnikuo\\ nc-t
(.1 the Jloal f-jr one year from 1st July nest I'roj>o- U5EI-UL in Ihe cuie ol Scro .:!,<, Conyuiation, I'ar.-if (J'-ods ; a!*', a ,'tifral asAnrinitnt
(-ale we iimrei;: for each Warelioa Mrtarately cr both I : Asthr.idl5rjnchitisCoU'Tis! 1) Y-MA 1) E ( 'J.OTJIJX( SIX Probate for Gadsden C .uiily lor a tin lsetlle- It is tkerrfore OrdirtJ That the said David E. M. Ilrtnoia'ole Judge of Prcbete cf jefZW'

t elbcr. Th Company rcnrro to themselves! the and alldistfi ol f !Ie! Che-t ard Lun*;*. A s-apply All of v.-hcli, I fbntr mytlf, arcrj;- l in .{yle end liten! ar.d l discharge fum the estate of hardy Shepard Scott appear and aiwwir. pK-ad or domnr to s-aiil hill; County by the ersizncd. AdministritFlIi e1CV

right of rentiug them to one or more parties, c tlier { ol tin* valuable! in.1icne i is just t rorened, which js ruahiiy. and jui't at tlt"i]), n* any oiltcis that mill l lie Vce.srd. I!. S. SI1EPARU.: Adm'r. on rr bct re the firs-t Monday in Jur.e ret cr tLc ,'decea ciU late of; said Coint;, fuf

may deem L.ut fr the bitcr&ts uf the pLbicar.d! their warranted pure, and of tcrv superior >iualilv.Forsile'.y fLmI in thU imrkct. lie will giv iarUciiuU r.tttn- Gad.!en County January 1 II. l"31.! 1 fm .ame will be taken fur 'nfr-ed os tu him, and wt from said adrnir.i trat .
LEVVIs' AME?. t >r ex part: Pr&riJtd. That this Order

rrcj oaals a.iJresscd to tLc Sacralarj of tic Coar'ril May 2. J I 2rh TahI ) & I'Ia. P3trat' from tin ;.nhic.! Pork. l-e publL-lu-d for four months werkly irpujvr news- JetTrson Cc.urity, October 2C. l'J. 42 c
ivoulxr : IWo.
4C Sight Exchange -- Q BARRELS Mess Perk,landing fknrErig UntI.US published Li TulldLawrce prk-r to said lirst'Ms.t-
._: lg. 1R51. 1C 4t; [SanliaA ,) arid fcr Eillc by tLiy ia June.Jonuarv Notice.
N NEW YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON Sulphate of Quinine.r notice that tier
O IcNAtGiIT ORMOND.NcWT.I Stir, IS.'T. cnilc-r-i-Eed Itnly pve
7 For Sale. for bale, in EUJ..S to su.t; t by lifE sib'cnibers have on hand two hundred and t. March ?:. 1 S:,I. ii THOMAS CALTZELL, Judge. 1'HE irfncw will 1-e .}H-n fut tie tn 810* .

A LIKELY cni able negroe fellow tiwi to the THOMAS J. PERKINS, JL fill) oiinct'sol Sutfthute of Quinine, \hicl> they A true copy: ..fllcial business Hem 0 to 2 ii&b, every day. S

_L.L Turpuatuie baant-ei-to bs sold I low I>y the eub- October 10. isr.0. 40 Agent Marine Rank.JSTNA have oLtained diiect Irom the hianufscturcts, andthey Collbe, Sugar, Soap, &c.ft C. <;J. FIFE, Chrk. itiv's eNe-pted.

nxiber. S. S. KtfJOlIT.19.1S51. INSURAiCE will wairaiit it to be a superior article. {\ SACKS COFFEE, January 18,1S51.; 2 Jin l"he iKi-cseiij anti rror.rity! : of regtilarandhotrs 5CI
COMPANY, U'c have enlarged our toi-k of ) and Medicine I Lthsl-ss ifficc
15Nov Drugs JL elo Ijarrt-Is Stuart's vi-Ilow c-f in pnhlic !>. are rwcgraaiul
11ARTFORD, CON N ECTIC UT. ? by rt-rent .mit aa-imi| propari-d Sugar, In
nre to execute f. Pit! Fread Gadsden Circuit Court. law t-e, and are tt.> bTiu to rcq'.src
or Never. UhTDING3 Sfock and orders Icrartii--f! in err line, at ul.ok-ittle 01 retail, -
B *. Co!I on iu Ware-house 5 u Crackt-i-s. SPRING TERM 1S51.C. ntii'a. .
BARGAIN'S to I* bout of the fcubscribcr, itiroe- insured against k&> bv fire.LKVIS. on the m ist scc >i imodaiin;. terms. 1;"i brxe fainilv C. TV' POV NING. Sterrtary M"*
We have al* likely negros pirls, AT r.rove-i. New iAME?. 21 su]I'1-r TcWoo, Ac, i<. t Attccljiunt..V JOHN. BEARD. Comjtrolfer.f.
York accep' U t> token ia payment for-i>an.v--c-Jl on January UI I9O. 3 Agents, idIIahaee. year ISJ Thc'jr are generally in small alog'tzttt. Landing from Lug Urar.us, :.nd for sale l tic Charles A.rr J A-&UItP'it *.CO. IL hA YWA RD. Tmr '
but if the hole could erton.
u be would!
April IV, 1851. 15 & & JwN'JGIIT. paid shortly, it pofjr M.-NAUGI1T OU5IOND.Ntw D. S. WALKER. J.g.
A .
T 13 Blacksraitliing.T to\arcl linuiuatjngcoitain um which tseowe. |>rit, Marcli C2, IfcSI. 11 T ii : t1.fentLnt and all others intervfrlcd iii tl.e R. S. nAYVTAKD.February Cttrk SiiCG
Brandy. LEWIS &i AMES. above suit, will take notice of the commencement 1, 1S51. 4 11
E underi ntd respect idly inform* June K, Iso:_ j 2 thvreo4 and plead to the eame occordii. to law. --
CASK very tnprior Brandv.Apjil ; the public generally thai, I srvii'g Bacon Lard &c.
1 A. K. ALLISON, Leon Female Academy.
5, l&M. IS JAS.. B. GAUBLtt [employed a H'jpeiiur lioitc Sliwr, he i in'Jw iipej New Goodo.OPENING CASKS! nnccn Sides, MarcIC2,18i.. 11 Attorney f-r PlaintlfC T ISiS

; >uitd to execute a',1 wi.ik in lhat liiic in a a large and carefull) selected slock cf .1: o Sh1Ulden T lIE Trustees of tie Leon Female Acaik

Notice This.I superior manner, ar.d on usual Inms. lliiiania, and Eripht Metal Ware, lo IxirreU Mess Perk, this method of inforuiing the F sC1'tendcnce
F. PAYNE. ronsislir.? in part of Tea aud Coffee IVl, French 25! Flour, Notice. have opened the above Instifation. tnder Carv1"which

HAVE on ban.! at iLU time and viH IJB told atiir Jure29JS50. 25 If Cufloe Filterers. Pitcher Candle Sticks rf different 2 barrel* rind 1& kegs Leaf Lnrd, .% LL persons, ctcdilor legatees, entitled to dis- cf AV. P. Crxxixr.n.ui, of South > '

pre* two famJicf: nogrooa. Call anJ me. ualili.*,Jelly M..uW Glass Lanterns Cake IJjxcs. 15 WIJArv.Jiifct .11 Iribiition or otherwise interested in the estateof la-titntimi will afford all the advaasgethoniugli

April 19, 1651. _15 S. S. K3IGH'f.A :_ A. F 1IAXU1IJ.U SI. I). PAP. Cannisti-rs, and a t ariety of olhtr ankles, which received pt-r SX-hr. IXirnnnL :uul f-.r rale bvMeX William Wjatt, hie of Ilillsborouzh) County,Slat and refined education. We hope to 0 P "

MAXWELL & PAPy, (hey oflcr lor sale on reasonable terms.AUo AUGHT A OKilON'D. of Florida, deceased, are hniby notified to exhibit on such a ftiotins ato obviate the "

For Sale. ATTORNEYS AND COVNSELI.ORS: AT LAW on hand a full and e.lenejve stock of Tin Newport, March 22, If 31. II their claims and demands within two years from thi fig ota cluldren from hone to acquire kDO'

LIKELY negro GIRL about II era uf are, Ware of every descrij>lioni/i
uie1 to ilanlation '%OIL. iec Yuik acij. T.lLl.AIIA&SECrLOlUIA. good workmen, and nt lair ;prices.Lead and all persons indebted to the said estate will make The Pint Clas in which will be taught all tbS Jj

tanc talen in paunent.pri11t,1S1l. FcbnuiryS, 1851. 5H. Pipe, Sheet Le. d, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern CHARLES W DOWNING immediate branches of English Etlucatiuv aL0

% _n .s. t Pump!) fur sale. Tin liuoliujr, Giilterinij, .nd Job ATTORNEY AND COUXSKLLOH AT LAW.- payment.BENJAMIN J. 11AGLER Greek, if lesireil an

tt'uik executed fiithfull} and with deqiatdi.! ) Tallahassee Sheiifl and ex ofikio Administrator. I ecrrapJY'
Florida.Z5T &ft, Spring Goods. T. WHITE Co.htetIIh1er Tampa, March 2t1 1SS1.
fc Ofllcr at the 12 5-t Arithmetic. En li--h Grammar. Natural -
Ca1'itl.3htrdi '
'TTO'1l AT
YIIE aubikr i t openiu r trwlay a Rtiull invoice LAW, 21 1V.7). 37 |fNoticed 10, 1851. 10 ff -- ti.rr, Comp.>ition, Acacot and )IotlerU 11 -

Ic.. whi'h} 1 be offor* nt very lav price 18, I$11 2 tfI tnonlln after date I ml Clav-Spellbg.! Keading-Wfitinf.A"arietic -
April Ti. I !<:.I. 13 JAa it (!.9!RLT. Q1X rr.oiiihs aflrr c'afe, I shall upplyJo the HonD HOUSE SIX application 'llbtorj- IJJglfcli t nua-
the Honorable Gevgrarhr, ,
: Judge of Probate in and for the $ ( 4
$ oriiUU Jiiilpcol Pn l>dt fiji I Cdiinlvof (\y wr.nr or
I /\ PIECES PLAIN U'I'RAW! MATTL\0, > < Gadd'H *- THCSIA'VH i.r, troncn.) County Jetrers'tuy Ittlers mar,
/ Sprii\g and Summer Goods. L\J Colmil clni.. for lilttiM if 11041 l di>iiiijion st4uiiiun- r.OAlD! all > of srniivn and di- Wnixiii. 1'')
5 tjnaiu.7tJ.jt ;
Executor fourth c1.a.-sillng Reading.
a ,
PRIVATE I JO per charge; of the List t flih, aittle.tmcrit ..t l! ]
i..Irtii of the
\Villiaia .
received Mr4rnoiil rf f .F r .*lei C. Q. 13YRD l Co.. ; cttsie McGrif, lite of TiavtlUrs !
a jjenersl a Fprlr.g; ar.fl y ," .ihl nto.n.inwntrd. vilhwt /!- Kbcneitr Ffl-om.hle of said County. dtcea't ti.All JIu'ic. It? :
JUST dccetd. -
r GocJ., to which we t'mitc the tlcnu ; Anil 12 lft* l* H c.'. ; Cuin1y. 'jiora .' tLn Cut : efl;. persons hcrc an (.. lelaic I-m-bv untitled ac- Fn.cn, RtSfl:1".Tmtwry
: of b'imt I'thre i-uirhaiin; flwulirre. 3 t f t* -SARAH McCRlFF, Adru s.l I'. HMFTIL roi'histlv. HAI5IJY"MO''lC: It\ TIfF

AIM.ill I 9. f 1551. 15 1 1 El I lit nt'ST. l, I bf. f ) 'jrr.i Jaitiurr If, l&h 6nt Ji-lU-i-on County. PerxmScr 1.1S'.(). i> 6m 11. 1tl. 1 ti