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 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; I L V'titten for the ricridian l Journal j] -)1., dear friend such a mark of Jour Csteemed i i ble and hidden waYs rise up before us to ;||, by the fact of the attachment being formed]i'|-it-I-staircase, and began ; remonstratei i f i From die t Village Record. ,2

THE FIRST LOVE. friendship 11 did not expect, and it I I prove how vain are our hopes] for earth. !i in childhood and which must, therefore, j I i with her. She thought an instant looked !I i i HOPES iIt nU E. I' .' .III

BV C. 1%. D. would be truly selfish in me to refuse so kindan b" happiness, how fallacious our arguments!:I prove eventually to be opho'neral! is an error'' below, and seeing Mr. Goodwyn fitting in i I! TL Continued frcxi our last.) invitation will! therefore accompany you for human greatness. The allurements of, which I never could be made to commit. I j the passage, drew a J letter from her pocket, j I I When the soft v-in l, .-te bj1 -, f
( with treat pleasure, and I fed assured that pleasure, the soft blandishments e f society, I am, therefore, determined to prevent it, and 11 II i and throwing it over the banister railing, re- :I 1 i end e"'t11 leaflet in the throve ,1"
Our hero !has fairly started for his destina-! try time could not toe pasted more agreeably the high and ennobling qualities of a well' recommend you to desist in your corrl'pon.1 j I: quested Mr. Goodwyn to mail it to her Uncle. 'i and tLu Joms the gentle lullaby; > '\1
i heart
I lend
they to when
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Uld 11 r m'ld. .After boisterous i ,
then n il thc ,1 lor profitably than in your entertaining so- cultivated intellect, the cares of business, the I deuce with )lr8. Marion ; but as Jot assert:,:. Goodwyn took the letter and left the i illins car J
"I-tf'f I.l' nm'ed.t Liverpool, and from ,! cich'. ." anxiety attendant upon the possession: of! so plainly that you will not dissolve the tie, I : house. Immediately upon his eplrtare11'. ,i, Unto their spirit cainsr!! ny cbwptnjj heart to cheer 1.
?! tbenc! proceed**! to Edinbu-gh. His application { 'i Von flatter me )Marion but your open, wealth] the awful miseries of poverty and I| hall write to her and do so." (I Manning said, :i Be faithful Oh le fditlJtsl! God is uvcr hear. J

for admission was received, and he '! candid poition! has dispossessed me of an degradation, all teach us how wofully mistaken Uncle James, you are one of the Executors i! Adt-Ha, you have acted very foolishly, .I, Thrre, music i i in tine artlees song i
pa.wd an examination highly satisfactory to almost inveterate prejudice I had conceived I \\o are1, when} we place our hopes for j,,, of my father's 'statL'-m.r mother's .i J but I will take some oilier opportunity of 1|I Of every bard that flies :
the fled:. and traly creditable to himself.Ve -. i nainst"ou" : entire country, and now I dread I I present or future happiness upon the shallow : brother!: :Major Haynesu'orth, is the other.-. conversing with you upon the subject." I Ii I|i From tree to tree from spray to spray, 4
\ cannot follow him throughout the mcndprini t the time to approach when you shall have |I devices of a deceptive worM, upon the sandy'j i To him I will apply. I know that he is aware ,! He then followed Mr. Goodwyn, and overtook ',, And Or warbles: in the skied; t ,
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of lift il is End listca to their tone., so gentle
intricacies College -
completed} your College corny and will do- foundations of a hope for worldly distinc-- I J, of my engagement v.itli Mr. Marion, : him when within two or three doors of j: dear i
;jjoitMit tn< KIV that he studied diligently, ob. part for your native land" Gun I j,. and I bhali hereafter roiJe with him. 'I came I his office. I I Thus would they *LI per to our crt *Icnish CTCrj 4
taunt d the good opinion of the faculty, and all!I .'My dear! friend I must feel flattered nut we must resume our subject. I I I to live with you because your age claimed a Mr. Goodxvyn, I come to consult you !, firer,
vent on s-winmungiy. Ills tirEtca ol1 ho.msse your kind consideration, and I too will dislike Mr. Jas. Manning WISl man who had, priority of rcp.'ct-not that I liked! you as 1 1 1 upon this subject"" J Come v.hatveil!,be faithful still :.Cod U ever (:."' :

vets: u'lh', i-i France Italy and Germany, 'extended euch kindness to me, away from I his mind was of too grovolling a nature to :1! fully aiiare that your tastes, ideas and man- ,; walk into my office. I shall hardly request I Upon., tl.. thirdly c jjr\>un 1. :
aid resumed! ; to !liis studies with a mind cur 1( all cf those to whom I am ei.deared and 1 1i appreciate the advantages and value] of'knowledge. i tiers were exactly opposite to those of my you to leave before you may have concluded I \dd Gives beauty to each DectarM flower7\ :
j sr med I I.v experience and observation. His whose! bright loess and joyous countenances, !!'i As may be supposed his fcon's honored father.VI have the privilege! of resfdi your business. Proceed, sir. It aion a lovinjj life to tone all for around IL-tenirj '. 1 ;
second par was nearly completed, end hewa .i always awakened! emotions ol joy r"!!"' gladnets :i, mind was neglected because the father was ,ig with either of you, and 1 shall exorcise'I I Well, Mr. Goodxvyn, you hardly tinderI I I "I left my home b Fonda sky every, yuur lh-ir.. esrilj to* d dI
pri'pating{ ;! an address to deliver at an ex :, within my heart I am bitter preparedto I!I too penurious to allow its cultivation. And ] that privilege. I go where my correspon1donee i I i stand the circumstances connected with the ;! chp,,r. oJ co. 1f. .
liiKtion of, Li- claps A prize was to be a- : appreciate such disinterested regards as I Joseph too having imbibed has father's lievs, I[ will he guarded with a sacred honor, j case under consideration, and it would be.I I Do; fuid.fult be fJtLful-God is ever tetr." i I II
cant'-'' tlic! ?uteP sful competitor in composition !i.voure" looked to wealth as the only means of self j and where my feelings will be respected arul. perhaps unnecessary for me to intrude them : The Iwcs that fly from flower to flWtr ** j
and: elocution.. He had practised "1 will not detain from advancement. His father being ono of the shall .1. but sir I must :i I And store their walth -
you any longer j myself cared for. I write immediately upon you ; beg you to give I! BAvaj
Declamation: to a considerable extent under your studies, Marion, but wee will converse i i I guardians of Adolla, and having her residing 1 to Mr?. Marion, contradicting!! anything you .'I me that letter or return it to my neice, as it is ', The gilded insect porting iu \.
the ':'iJon of his tutor in America, and the mailer when both less in the house with him conceived i 1 1I i: useless to mail it. I have glittering suiuy ray ; .
supx upon njrain we are I I, immediately :| may write, and I will also inform! my Uncle already represent-i:,. Each breathes a tune of zaa->ic iuto my willnig ear; .
tn tins; was combined his superior mind wiles ; occupied.:' He left the room and Arthur re- i the idea of enlarging his sons interest }by a of rny dissatisfaction.i ) : i I ed the matter to her Uncle ia the proper :I i hena'er 11i.t -with heart auWacJ and strive m GxaiLI. '
)had tyro :"t well!} informed and cultivated byys sum'd the wool over uhich 1-e: had been I union of the two cousins. Col. Manning 1! Adella, you may forgot perhaps that I. light, and he will, therefore afford! no assistance !i: fear.'e.
own iuJu-tryand: assiddt o. These circumstances I'Oii.ig upon the aniuU of the young Lord. had left it in his will that Adilla! should bo ;, burg the eldest of the Executors deprives my i to her, as my letter will convince him Be faithful.-4i! be faithful!-God w ever scar. ,ii i iII
gave liitn loom to hope that his The cxtti.aiion! of the term rolled at school until she that she is pric+,itate." i Althon be
quickly kept was eighteen years ;, you of your boasted prhih-ge I and \oucan too i :I II your sfcy overca-t i
ffibrt niiiiht: btu l successlut lie however lu.d around and the after Arthur seated in of and that should : )lr. I will :j VTith sorrow hire a pall- *
day age, no pains or expense hardly doubt! that I will enforce oL ience.i .- \ Manning, state plainly to yon Your
to cor.u-i.d with a very perseveiii.g-and iadusfcious the noble Lord's carriage, was fast hastening he spared for the completion of her educa .I Do toot dare to write to your Uncle cove that! I care' not to know the circumstances of,i; Has spirits Loiind faint, in enl lii) gaunt tljail I pair'f .

livnl in the peifcoa of a youug EnglUh 10 new scenes and new faces. They arrived tion. She was to come into her property' a* phinig: when you have no cause and less |:the case, but I shall, however send this! letter, Subdue the tcmpfc-t you"ia .our*breast-and check tLo.. '
c libi'man, a man t.f rCII.1uk: Me geutas i : a::d i j safely at his residence just before night. Arthur" soon as she married, if the did so before ar- right to complain.; i I were I to know that the act would call! down i. starting twiT;

a-",oat viwtih'iyof:! uiiud. He too ha-1 paid was introduced to hi? companion's mother riving at the years of twenty-one, but if single j Tliis! wa, uttered in a menacing tone, and :, on my head the combined indignation and. Upward turn your weary eve. end lr.tr. -h every ft'an j
particular tcntion to!his natural endowments, and alto to a beautiful blister, whose man the property would rent::iu in the Laud* Adolla J'I'JlC! ,. J I'M ml v, 'I I anathemas of the human race, So, my dearj:;i I i Come what till--,--IK-fahhfulBtill----T--G..yl is i ever tear.I I
and was moreover indefatigable{ in I.i'xer. ners 'ere so fascinating and conversation EO of the L'xocutor'b until that time. Mr. Manning Uncle, I will dare to write." i j sir, if that is all of your business, you may''I 1 A Man and a Christian.A --. .f'

tions. 1h' and Arthur bad contracted a tin- entertaining as almost to cause Arthur to for concluded to breach the subject of the She burst into tears and prepared to leave depend upon it as settled, and, therefore, can ]I poor parson was in the habit, of
cere iYi"iiv'kLIp, each prizing the OdIN for his god his; weak state of health. contemplated union to Adolla. His son had 1! the room-her Uncle commanded her to re- ,; require no further consideration. Can I servevou ;' Saturday, borrowing of a friend five dollarnote every
::tbd! oNpoistiou] "' i and rare inh.I'tllli ear I After remaining some ten days, an elder already been consulted, and seeing the I pecuniary imin. She heeded not, bat hurried on in the in anything else ?" I' this was irr.ariably returned with won.
JIl'i.k.! !,<' day appointed for the exUbi- {I sister of tLc 3 oung Lord's arrive "i mill her advantages which lIe would derive, unhesitatingly -j direction of her chamber. )Ir. .Manning followed i' Xo sir"-and Mr. Manning left tire office : derful punctuality! early Monday morn
tin I hId a lived, and such a day the climate 'i husband. In the e'CuingLord Salisbury remarked consented to his father's! plan, and ':. and said, 'I in a rage approaching to phrenzy. Major in;. What astonishc-d the every lender more than

cf cctLinu cannot often boati of. It being! to his mother "that as his elder sister thus was !father: and son )linked together in I "Adehla'vhen .von arc more calm I will' Hnynesxvorth was residing in Sumpter all, was the singular fact that he was repaid

. t'lJl'l.111y understood that a young gcnilejiianjrou i i designed rem-inirg with her for some time, their sordid avarice. Adolla had boon living I reason' ith yen:." I District, near the Santee, and upon the reception in the very goat bill he lent. Bcia<* a ,
, Amokia: had been assign'J a place in I he thought that this w.-.uld be a fit opportunity at her uncles in Columbia for about throe I lIe imm i I
" the ]-foru'nceT the |eople turned out in for allowing his younger sister to accompany weeks, when one evening she nud !her unclt- solvents to refuse to carry any. letters to thc|,' there must be somcthh; wrong-hi' supicions '! He felt sure that the parson could not want
rest nun.bors, more for the purpose of grati- his friend and him AC' were converting: together! he made the proposition Put Office for her. Adella had with her, I II were immediately excited. He, however : the money for house hold *, because :.
,. fung cuii: .'_itthan. for any other rcpson.Tlit .-: His sister whose name was Geraldine, as follows : I.,I besides her maid, an old man who had be- i determined to wait a day or two, expecting the note was never changed.expense After a time,
uuaibi'i: of speakers' chosen were thet'i"Lt I delighted at the proposal!, quickly) replied, "Dear Adolla, looking to your welfare and longed to her grand father and had also I to hear from his neice. He came to he resolved to seize the first opportunity of
r Lett i in \lthu% 6 class, and all of them I *. Yes, my dear brother, it would be a source to your ultimate happiness, have taken this served Col. ,Imuitoitla the greatest fidel- {: the conclusion that Mr. Manning had brought ':, begging for an explanation of so unaccountable -
talented! our.g gentlemen. The faculty had I of such immense gratification to me. I have I II opportunity of speaking to yon on a subject ity. He was too old to be able to do more ': about difficulties by his own indiscr ton's t| a proceeding Shortly! after the
rlretdv arrived at the conclusion that tlio I been so long desiring to visit my French. which I trust will Le acceptable to Oou. I have i than go on errands for Addla. When Mr. The next day he received Adella's letter requesting himself came on Saturday eveningandaskede parson

EtrugeicvouH be between Lord Salisbury I friends with whew I spent so i peasant a time I your interest lil'IIYlt heart, and 1 wish to'Manning i had made known to Lim that he ; him to come and take her away ': for the) lone of a ten dollar note. His friend

end Arthur Marion. Their opportunities for I while pursuing my studies at i'ari5, i.rid then j see you wdl: settled in life, 1113' sui Josephhas I was to carry no letters or packages from A- ', from the den of unhappiness and misery in' seized tho opportunity: of demanding the solution
tearing! the rest>wtive candidates rehearse, ; again there are so many engaging scenes and become deeply enamored of you, and j delta, he replied, which she was now lh inb' Upon the reception ': of the: UlJootcrJ.A'tl'r a ause the borrower
Lad placed, tl.lb; conviction.: We will not which the dull wishes union with I cf this letter he said to his wife !
entertaining amusements monotony to propose a "on. May I Massa James, wh.itel.er Missus Delia :: said:
.trato; Lit details upon the different j per. I of n country life precludes u? from tell him that he can hope for success ?" order I must do, weber care who say no." j! Eliza, I must go to my neice-I fearsome You must know, my dar Smivh that my
{(rJU1C\'E of each iuui\idualH!: ; suffice. : {'"j0.'*11?. Really 1 am very desirous going "No, uncle James, you cannot. I am as yet'I You oM ulJi.ui! ," responded ) r.Ian.- matters of an unfortunate nature have j; income is so small that I never hlYP.t the .
it to say tl nt the performers acquitted themselves to feast vision the school and I free from restriction occurred, and I must see that the only child' end
my delighted upon va- a girl were i uing, you be the bearer of anything from ofthe week one cent that I caa call my
creditably.the But we must make some I ri4d and elegant scenery incident to a Continental i would never wish i an alliance with your son. her, and you will receive the penalty due I of my much loved siter is guarded with :11 I I: own. No+', some cannot preach or pray on
naarLs tpou performances of our two j tour. I respect Hm 1 and )love him as a relative but you." I: paternal affection. Go and arrange some ;! an empty stomach ; I am one who cannot do
ruts The noble Lord made a most bril- Her mother answered, for tire: th.n that you can assure him there Kerry well sar: l kill me now, but Missus clothes in my valise whilst: I order the buggy 'I so on an empty pocket. When 1 have nothing
J hat effort His greatest powers had been I "Dear Gerald. I will gladly consent to ;, is no shadow of a hope. Beside sir, I had I i Delia must be tend to, and I bleege! to do ]I: I must drive to-night so as to be there as early I j. ia them, I feel a poor miserable! devil, and al-
. tasked to then utmost extent, and everyone i your going, as Jour sister \\illbe \\ithmc hardly expected to have been annoyed by a whateber she say." j I as possible to-morrow.. I; raid to look my congregation in the face,
appeared to settle down in the opinion, j and you cannot fail to receive great benefit in proposal every respect to rtjuignnnt to my j )Manning immediately ordered him to !I II I i The boggy was Ordered, and a servant fol- much less to denouncethc-ir wickedness ; but, .
that hib success was Le\i table. Immediate- I 1 a mental point ofiew :\r\1 as enjoung the feelings. The circum :: c of my lamented be confined in one cf the stables. Adella's I 1 i lowed upoa horseback. The distance to |! with a five dollar Mil ia my pocket, I feel like
nJdrcssr I ir after the applause] elicited by his eloquent I' pleasure of the triji. our talented friend. parents having been so recently laid in the t j I maid apprized her of i it. transaction, and she 'I Ij I 1''I Columbia was some sixty-five miles-he I II |, a man and a Christian, and I preach with
had subsided, our hero advanced; I Mr. Marion, andour sober minded and exjplaaatory cold earth should, 1 think, have pointed youto i i immediately repaired t.1 her Uncle and demanded drove until ten o'clock that.night, and started I I great eloquence and force. Now, as tire President :
his trndUil wanner and handsome personal I' brother, youill surely. derive I the impropriety and indelicacy of such a ; his re-lease. Her Uncle seei'ig, thati by early dawn the next day. He arrived 'II ;. is coming to hear me to-morrow, I intend -
2piaraice{ il)tml1secuTt.d: an attentive au benefit and ia their 1 I at Mr. }Iannin 's at twelve o'clock. Upon !!
; great jileasiire t'clightful proceeding. i she was determined .'i her demand finally to try the effect of the double -
dience. As lie womietl with LIs subject his 1, so hcty." Her eye was fixed upon 1 l-rill in steady gaze. I', consented to release t'.:: faithful old black.- 1 his arrival he found Mr. Manning in consultation I i'I and I shall feel obliged by your money l lending power .
noble! genius indulged! in those otcasional I Thank you dear milhr-r, I shall be rrcP:red She immediately }perceived the contemptible ;! \Je went herself to the luc-m ia which he I,, with a bWJer.rhJ.t the nature of the I'' me a ten dollar till to put iu my pocket for '
flights of faurv! which; vhrn properly directedtend to start on the day after to-morrow. AsMr. motives that had promlltt.tl1lim to the proposal -I was confined, .and when he was at liberty, in ..: conference was we will leave yoa to imag i|' the occasion. 4
SeJ prwtth: to enhance th n value of argument. Marian and brother have and the honest and ine. When announced, Mr. Manning I
I my ap] Ills; inldst-gp was of noble character, day, I fchall be ready) indignation against his grovelling conJa, .- I I Pompey, do you get ready to start for'' and introduced Major Hayncsxvorth to the | Tobacco.
and his object bandied in a unsterly tnauucr .", Jtl." nccomr'luj lie was for an instant abashed, but immediately Uncle Haynesworth! by to-morrow morning." lawyer. After preliminary inquiries about {I Here are two or three hints for Juvenile tobacco -
while! it was delivered with a degree orace f I Arthur spent the remainder o/ his time with recovering his solf-possossion: replied I "Adclia," replied her Uncle, "I protest families the Major requested to see his neice. .! smokers,and cbe'werswLich we extract
and loquc-uce which would hate been this their Well) dear it for benefit Mr. Manning replied, "A few minutes I I from the Boston Olive Branch and
i intelligent family: enjoying conversation j girl, w.s your ; against any such piocceding., Yon will req.iire : are worthy
Uglily' J creditable to a finished orator, of more and adrnirinj.'tlie uiany bright qualities :I that it was proposed, as well ns fur the consideration me to use force, and I shall do so vcr '''Haynesworth, and she will be with us."- I of being treasured upo-Dra1.-tnc Roan
en'.ai! rd experience. The audit-ice listened : which they as a family possessed. time I : of ray sou's happiness ; Lut joaI i rol.i: f.au.tl J." ,, "'he man of the law arose and took his de- I Journal.
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ia mute admiration, and when he had concluded I for departure had arrived, end they I will, doubtless, when bettor acquainted with i .4 rude Jarr.ps, you threaten me, do you!-,I! parture. Mr. Manning then explained raatI ,I "Tobacco has spoiled and utterly"reined

one )long, loud and vociferous bnrrt ofapI.luuIe !J forward to many:bright scciMMuth the highest j II him, appreciate his love, and kayo to love ; Sow, sir, 1 will !prove to you that you misconceive :I! ters ia his own way to his guest. Major 'i thousands of boys, inducing a dangerous P row
ensued. The gentlemen appointed anticipations of j lleasue.! Arthur! ondcavorod him most devotedly in return." I your position Ponpey, do you 'i Haynesxx'orth, after listening attentively, remarked :I cocity, developing the passions, softning: and
decide rfti-ed for tlie purpose of cauvass- to his utmost to entertain his fair "It can never be, uncle James and any carry this letter to Mr. Goodxvyn." I that he must now see his nc ce. Mr. i weakening the bones, and greath injuring the
l:1?be merits of the different addresses and companion and he did nut f;Jl in the accomplishment further allusion to the Eabjrct would be tome I The gentleman alluded to was a first Cousi I Manning rang the boll, and the servant was i iI I spinal marrow, the brain, and the whole nervous .
ing at the conclusion to whom the prize } if this object ; his:well stored and annoying ia the extreme. I must, therefore : i i in of Arthur's and had just been admitted to I told t3 announce to Adella the arrival of her fluids. A boy who early and freely
diould Iritf!absence'lie meritoriously returned awarded.and handed After tiieirdecUioa a cultivated milt. in connection with his!:great i make it a special request that you never;i I the bar. He had know Adella from child !I Uncle. She rushed into the room and exclaimed smokes, 'or otherwise largely uses tobacco
they amiability was destined to attract suggest tIle matter again, as I inform you most hood, and since she had taken up her residence ': I i I never ia known to make a man of much energy
in writing to the PreBiJent cf tho J H. Itotion.no matter in what sPhereLedesign. : decidedly that I can with no degree of forbearance in Columbia! bad been a constant visitor :,, Dear Uncle Haynesworth take me to !I of character, and-generally lacks tF hysical
fctitutinuh! -\ aflera few prfliniinaty J't'UlJ.r1U! ed for himself. His lovely companion too n give further attention to the sub at Mr. Mannings. Knowing how fondlyhis ; live with \"ou-I am so dissatisfied here." i I j, and muscular well as mental ener''.? To
Upon} the requi+itt"obtaining the prize concluded '' bright dark eyed beauty was possessed cl :. ject. Cousin loved Adtlln, he used his utmost i! The Major asked her to explain herself.I .- people older, who are not natmally nervous, t
"The ty say. lag, I', remarkable mind and also such fascinating I Well, my child be it as you wish. I' exertions to console Adella for the loss of I I: She imparted to him all that had occurred I Ii I II i and particularly to the phlegmatic, to those ,
bto board of appoisited Judges, taking ,, ma; ners as would have made it (exceedingly : He left the apartment,and she immerliatelyhurri her parents with the hope of a speedy 'union'i '1i 1 l I from the proposition of marriage to the cause : of a cold an J more than a Dutch temperament, '1
coufcidomuoti: ; the merits of the icspectiveproductions 1 : dangerous to our young friend, had l he nut : :d to her chamber. She} m'oitkd"rn" 'i with Arthur. In her present .difficuUies she ;1. of her writing to him, and also of the endeav tobacco may be comparative) harmless; but I
to the ,lu\e coucludod to award the prize j been rendered impiognableby! the delight} and opportunity of being agrin thrown alone into r !' knew that she could confide in ]him, and ors-made by her Uncle Manning to prevent :|; even 'to these it is worse than tJ8elesfa '
and 1 I\:1 gifted young American, Mr. Marion, sincerity of his tint 10\c. They had passed the company of her Uncle or Cousin. Mr.Manning I throwing all maidenly reserve :aside she detemrined ,, her correspondence with him. Upon concluding !I! would particularly warn boys who wish to be I
Jail to assured that the audience cannot : a delightful time upon the Continent, Arthur, employed{ a respectable old lady as : to request his assistance, if necessa- ,:, Major Haynesworth turned short upon i i'*anybody" in the world, to avoid tobacco asa
viien acknowledge the justice of the decision at the earnest solicitation of Us friend, Lav- I house-keeper, and Adella ever after this availed | ry. She knew that her letters would bo iaterceptcd j I Mr. Manning and said, ,1 deadly j>oiscn.
us deep taking iuto view the versatility of gciii-, nig consulted a celebrated French physician j herself of the old lady's society, fooling it between her residence and the Post J:! Manning" have told me a part of the

graceful: reasoning, itnagfoate 1 powers and prepared return home with them, but three to \\f in a measure a protection to her from Office either by her Uncle or Cousin, and transaction, but yoa hare .suppressed the ItMes.MESSES. .
tor. oratory tf the successful cam P eti- i weeks remained and then he won'' again rcI I future annoyance. One morning, however, I she! therefore thought proper to guard against I'.I greater part of the truth. I can answer for I I EDITORS:There i is probably n o ,
Ht then I tunic his: Ett1l CS. 'l' he time that still lemaincd i \1 Manning summoned her into the pallor i this evil. She was also a aware that I i i it that both CoL Manning and my sister knexT I I I branch of our economy that we act more unwisely -
who made presented the prize to Arthur, -he .had. determined to pass with- -his- young With a beating heart the repaired thilher.IIl'in .-! if tlie note sent by Pompey was taken from ,'i,I raid approved of the engagement existing be- I i i in, than that appertaining to stock,
fought Lard an appropriate reply. He had friends their Lome. He was greatly improved seated herself she awaited his) pleasure. j, him, that be would persevere, and go to Mr. : between Marion and my neice, for I am in i and especially so withregard to mules: The
and tad received the just meed; loiter 1! hi.n her possession of letters which will establish theI price they rated at the past winter, shouldsurely
01 modest &td in health, and looked forwlrdVitla Her Uncle produced a directedto Goodwyn and apprize of wish! to see I ."
weed Lord! unobtrusive mel it His young' the )Lope that he would )be enabled' to prose her. It was from Mrs. Marion, and had I him.5 she expected, her Uncle followed)I I I fact beyond controversy, and moreover, Adella open our eyes to the improvident course
elate him. Salisbury was the first to congrat- ,' cute his studies without suffering from a rep- I the last letter she had received from her son | Pompey, and took the note from him, and al- :i has the,privilege of residing with whomsoever I: v.e are pursuing. Good males rated at 8100 "
and instead of this matter j.rodu-. she pleases, and it is impossible for i to $12j, and not dull of sale at thatow! :
sing 2 dieaation ('tition of the attack, but in this lIe was de- enclosed. It contained a message fur Add. ordered him to return home; but the faithful you
tb? little of friendship, (which indi.Ut.el ceived. Upon his arrival at Lord Salisbury's I Ia, and Mrp. Marion, knowing the )pleasure it black, conceiving that he was sent upon a to exercise any such arbitrary control over I take upon me to say, that even if cotton is
those ties mind, it served to strengthen ''I country scat he found letter from his mother would afford Adella, had enclosed the letter I mission of great magnitude, and being devotedly her actions as you have endeavored to do.I .- 112 cents per pound, it is easierto raise a good
But it \Lidllmd Leon already forme'i. I Trailing his arrival. With a bright count for her perusal.1 r. Manning observed, I } att cltC'd""o hs mis'tres, determinedly I It is very easy to see into your motives for I mule than to make 8125 or even $100, by
I' r*em-r that Was :1 Iftwit to the most: superficial ,: "nance he opened it, but what sorrow it Adolla, I hold in my hand a )letter from pushed by, saying, which every high-minded and honorable gen i raising cotton. Iu the mode of farming, t6
ration of his Arthur's exertions in the prose- brought to his hpirt; Mrs. Manning had been Mrs. Marion to yourself, in which is enclosedthe I I must obey Missus first, den you, Massa tleman must feel a jast indignation and con I accomplish the different ends, there is also a
us health.! His studies was fast undermining. takoa suddenly ill and had died, and a few correspondence between herself and son, James; but Missus send me, and you no I tempt. Henceforward she is an inmate of i I vast difference. He who raises grain and
and e-nd.-'vorod young friend rcmaiked it, days before his mother wrote, Col. Manning now at College in Edinburg. lnn by this I right to stop. me. I must go sar." I I my house, and I caution you, sir, to beware .grass will save, and if judicious improve his
l Ih> 'jl'iun. to }pi-rmade Arthur to consult had been thrown from his horse End had just correspondence in position of the fact that I Mr. Manning, foannng with rage returned how you attempt to impose any barriers between land, and from pasture, hay, stubble and like
wia l.-t Arthur, however, wished: this died from the effects of the injuries sustained. you are betrothed to the young man, And this I to his house, and would have doubtless added I the union of the two young people." means, may almost without missing what he
resort-he himself felt that the fact should have been made i. Major Haynesxvorth, you really forget feeds, supply himself with mules and horse.
WfJ His estate was loft in the hands of MnjorHaynoswortli known to me insult to injury could he have seen his neice. I
|, ni-hts passed in study, the intensecation As 1 yourself:you speak as though you considered i and as before said, if judicious, improve his
Mrs. Marion's brother,and Mr. sooner. can.never agree to the match, She was,however, locked in her chamber.She .-,
to hih duties with but little out I insist her the window that I have endeavored to exercise an undue lands ; but he who raises a fall of cotton
door 1 i James Manning, an elder and only surviving must upon your writing to Mrs. Ma- took station at and perceived crop
crrte was indeed exerting a deletcii.wunBacnce brother the Colonel's. Mr. lltlluingoO:1S riou immediately, dissolving the existing con. her Unile standing at the door. Directly authority over my neice, for whom I en cannot possibly keep his land from wearingout.

upon his corporeal system, but a widower and very miserly, he had raised a nection. My brother could have hardly l been Mr. Goodwyn may have been seen tertain a fatherly feeling." They must of necessity loose their fer-
serious Tlolh inconvenience tobelienethat he could tuffer any son, an only child,upon whose mind the same aware of this circumstance, or he would sure. wending his way towards the mansion of Mr. Excuse me, l\Ir.l\lanning, when I tell i:tility. If any one ever harbored the absurdity -
was from it The vacation avaricious and covetous i ideas had been en. have arrested its progress ere this." Manning. Upon his arrival at the door, the you that you are demented. Adella, make of supposing that he could forever take
nearly at hand, and Arthur thought that II. preparations to go with me to the Hotel. I from, a tract of land, however good, after
hour tends grafted. "Uncle James, you have no right to open polite owner of the dwelling informed him year
to r-upon burgh) the continent would 'at J Oh! Providence how mysterious are thy. and inspect my correspondence,and I, therefore that "aware of the object of his visit, he will return for you in a half hour." I year, a good crop and return nothing to it, a
his health, and enable him to One seated the loftiest assert that have acted refuse him and So saying he abruptly left the room. At'! few years Alabama and Mississippi corn
resume his arduous ways. day we are upon you dishonorably. must entrance, moreover request
A"outtwo but 1 pleasant b ks.- pinnacle of fame's high tower, and the As regards my engagement with l\Ir.Marion, that he should never come into his the appointed time Major Hayneaworth re- [ afld cotton planting would convince him, if
weeks before the vacation, his hurled I that I shall be the turned. He made arrangements for old Pom |he observed only a little with one that the .
young friend ; next day we are headlong down to its can assure you never one house again. eye
apartment and said Salisbury, entered his i very base. Pursuing the path to distinction, to sever it. You have no right to insist upon Mr. Goodwyn replied, pey and Adella's maid to remain in Columbia [ idea was a fallacy. But still,however apparent

-Marion, I believe, possessed of wealth and looking forward to a my performing anything against my incur ," My dear sir, you arc excessively polite, until some opportunity was presented for the thing is, we go on from year to yearcropping
u fo n the Continent j4>u design travelling bright and glorious future we are often arrested nation, nor will 1 bo subject to any such arbitrary and I shall most assuredly abide your decision them to get down to his plantation. Taking our bare fields, exposing them to
tLs; f" .
summer l leave of her Uncle and Cousin, Adella hastened tIle scorching sun and the
in beloved but I must insist this occasion washing shower
"I do, our course by the irresistible dispensations authority. My father was ; on 'uponseeing
my noble friend, and I am in )hopes on with Major Haynesxvorth, and two ever taking from them and
of and Miss nothin
of thine hand. Blessed with health I fnlly aware sanctioned the engagement Manning. returning -
tipeediy ray! bodily restored health" ;:, and strength will,be and strength, a constitution of iron frame, w e I ; andwe were to marry upon Mr. Mari Adella, hearing the conversation, looked days after wa$ safely esconced at his resi and every season buying instead of raising
into on's return, provided sentiments the from the window and said, dence. Her Aunt was the kindest creature ;mules.-Alabama Planter.
: i.*, Marion it is gaze an impenetrable future, with the our were
m intention also to and left
in the
world Major Haynesworth
!y PAss summer the y fond hope that we are destined to a long life,, same as when we entered into the compact, Remain a few moments, Mr. Goodwyn,
f! shall spend a little upon time with Continent, and I to a bright
i '1 OUE to 111) departure-cannot my 1 family pre. be proof against tlie ravages of disease and i is I the circumstance, from the (fact ofhearing my Upon this,Mr. )Manning,unceremoniously pin ess. lIe I be surprised if ill-will sometimes meets him
to go along < '' and persuade you sometimes allowed to carry us to a good old! father allude to it in your presence..' left his unwelcome visitor, and rushed into \To Coalnved.lGravitation } I on the waVe'I "
Coed j in eQ1ullfUl b !!!?).lne we will then i pro. age, but how frequently in the midst of health I Adella, I wish to act towards you,as' I the house Mr. Goodwyn walked in also; Las; amid all her immensity, I We seek for riches and do hot find them
upon ow ;
J Jlt8bUlC !., curLion for!I and usefulness, are we cut down by some ac. : would by my own children, but to sanction a and seated himself upon'a settee in the pas.!!. wrought no such lovely work 'as when she r! we do not seek for Death; but, alas! lid

cident. In every step of life tluac iu;ctutto Marriage made so repulsive in its character 1 bags. : lr Manning met Addla at the head ; rounded a tear. comes.1' .

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, >-.. ADDRESS .:ombTwng all the \\ices of thc corruptcst} demoeracy reedom' of the States of the Confederacy! : ConUfutonal'Union Party- tr'iich all moderate Constitution-abiding no: at *

t\ Faon""""";" tnn DELEGATE or TTIB SonrncnHioirrs > and the most oppiesslvo foeigu des- ind that the denial: of that right would furufsh Our r r know that this Union Party 6.f men can stand and shako hands with I :roplie3;. the right of the rarv' ,* *

ASSOCIATIONS or SOCTH CASOLIf pot: m. ::0 an inju ed State, the strongest -additionalanse move originated in Georgia, from which State the! onth. Supposing this to b so, we ask gage against her, and then the ?*
We know the $ which will > for its cxercie. I l'l
J !':\, iX8X.tZD: IX uABLKiTOX, TO THK: follow a fsiluto In cnnsequcnce effort to maintain oui I I it has extended to one or two others, where j jit what effect has the I platform" had upon the comes one of might ?

f BomiEnx UT1ICi'SQT.TUERSt'! RIGHTS ASSOCIATIONS-t:: or TIE liberty.'e see cleaily our that a tiiumphant.jxertryn confidence 1. Resolccd and, That hope this to meeting the Convention looks with of I I is at present exclusively confined. The j i 1 party with which tho Sentinel :afi.:1tC We throw out these thcnghta for ticsiJeration to *

I Ii of the power of the Federal 1 Government the people, to exert the sovereign power of I. object of it, we most conscientiously believe, j two( ml't tho Northern Whig party I Do I of reflecting mind.. TT,e1ei1"

i? Q* ;"b. O' "t fl.i r, and : in subjugating a State, will vastly increase the State in defence of its right*, at the! eaili- |i is not so nntch the preservation of the Union, they propose to" shake hands with the South" cr "H' coming, and. men must prepare tV a.
.; n t < ,'hi.h weJt that power, and greatly accelerate the est practicable period and in the most it ? have offered abandon their font It iaetaselves
effectj j.I as the success, the perpetuation of rarly.I .- upon they to idlt to fancy that
;__._ thi right and necessary to pursue' we : change, already far advanced, of our Foo ra. nat and to the Legislature ft
manner; to adopt Most indubitably i is this the in Georgia; I Ij old organization and! eslablish a Constitutional blcl.fog woumU" of the J
beforo the id\Jrations i case country
i .J wi&h tJ ay .you ton' by tire system into a Consolidated central des the most speedy and effectual measures towards are heal
.J which wo have been governed, with that potim.S'e tee, also, that South Carolina the same end. :j jCc j i where the Whigs, under the lead of Toonib, ;; Union Party" upon the Georgia plat-- or that agitation i to cease. Te Xorth\e.l

frankness! which our respect for you, and our will not suffer the consequences} of this change -- ---L __ "' .... -- __ |Stephens, and other demagogues,affect great i i, form i The ".lolt country knows they hate not permit the question to settled \,

desire: to merit your good opinion, require. alone, but that the rest of the Southern. Stiles GI[ iIuiriii1. f disgust for tho old party organizations, and :: net. It is hardly necessary to say, what our there is left to the South but one of two r
We regard: the: position of the Southern must suffer in mi equal degree. They will ( / ) j >
) choose.
appear to be seized with a terrible fear lest, j j'I' cotcmporary well knows, that there i is not a to She must either prepare to .
Htntos i.i this Confederacy as degraded and have no safeguard against the Central Government ._ I 8
ruiaous. The manifest tendency of those strengthened by crushing opposition ---- if they and such milk and water Democrats as j:respectable Whig print North Mason's and mil as slave, or resist as freemen. i I the

mtcinalio aggressions which they! have suffered and rendered, by triumphant force, what ,... TALLAHASSEE, - -: -, -- can be dt hided into the same belief, are not j j Dixon's line that has given the slightest encouragement latter, tho Union may be brought Lack to

for many years past, is to subvert! the our Northern enemies have long been endeavoring SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1851. placed in power, the State will be plnnged : to the introduction among them republican platform! of'D8, and prove a t

Institution of Ila\' r\'. If those acts of hostile to make it by fraudulent usurpation into all the horrors disunion. But revolve it ,!;of a Georgia ncticn as the Constitutional irg to the parie! to it." Hit if the Scutum Mesa
; domination, which hava been rendered the Government of consolidated sc.
supreme a DeD:>w's Review. I as you will it isnothing more nor less thanadU- Union party." It is true, they rejoice States will not Unite-if they madly!
r more insulting! by mockery language, un. nation. The sovereignty of one Southern deny
tJ der the term of a Compromise were final in State cannot be destroyed, without the loss We received by j'esterday's mail the :May I j I gnised political movement, guided by men : at the way the thing i is working among us of their only, practicable remedy, the ,righ of

. their nature and : all the others. We whose trade i is the South anil why I Simply) because the secession-let them! read their;
: were not to be followed by of their sovereignty by number of DeBow's Commercial R\iew for I' : politics-tolally unnecessary, fate in

any farther aggression*, we should ti.1 retard I are aware of the responsibility of doing an the South and \\\ t. The character of this because there is no such issue in Georgia asi !: effect of it i U to bring grit to their mill in the sanguinary scenes of t Domingo and j in tEo t

them as outrages, to which sovereign act which may hasten these consequences. Magazine is too well known to require noticein disunion. The people do not desire it-neither :I s-hape of increased Whig strength in a section uncultivated fiilds of the West India !
elites!, possessing the spirit of freedom, ought: Wo feel the respect which we owe to Stales I I Iad
do the Southern j heretofore have had little Take the of Northern
never to: fubmit But those measures only] having a common interest, threatened by a the ores No planter: merchant, or professional : Bights Party counsel wh\rt they strength. warnings a man. ad

form part of a system, gradually commenced, common danger, but not equally persuaded man, should be without it Price i iSu. i it. On the contrary, that party j.hints itself Ilf Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi are car no longer dream of saving the Union thro

tteadily carried forward, gathering strength I with ourselves of the necessity of action.- ;. Address J. B. De-Bow, IK Exchange upon the platform prescribed by the Convention -I red by it, these will be so many States carried the i strumentaltty of a Constitutional Lion .,

from development! and proceeding! with fatal j I' And nothing would induce us to take, with Place, New Orleans. I : last fall, and proposes to abide by it, andto 'I over to the Whig parly. I not-if the Pai ty." Says the New York Day Bool-,
its end. That .nd is the abo. their __ __ .
momentum to out concurrence, a course which is to : .
I! fight oiSit.. There is not a Southern | coMSOiiJationists arc defeated-ihe Northern We are no disunionisf* secessionist-
I lition of in tho Southern States involve them in its but thor nf
negro slavery : i consequences, a The Cuban
and the lowering of the free white populationof ough conviction of the necessity which urgeb Expedition. I Rights paper in the State that advocates the i: Whig party will be none the: wore cIT for it I ,but ice say and distinctly shame to th South, end tcithjorrotc
I There i is a-liable ,
J the South to the same level with that ngraji.r.i i us, and of our light to do so. nothing in our exchanges I secession of Georgia-not one. They are ]. But they confine the fight to Kilkenny-they you cannot rely vpon the

t rabble, which, already strong and dan I j Addressing citizens of Southern Slate, as relating to this expedition. It is thought that I willing to battle in the Union, and on the can admire it there, and even count the tails"' people. to o Massachusetts yaujustice. ,You o jic York, C Qhio. .

porous, seems destined, before very long, to | !ociated to muintain: ; the rights/ of the South, I the seizure of tIC: steamer Cleopatra at New j j principles avowed by the Constitution. A j xi hen the battle is over, but they re., yourselves, your institutions must, your tale prcmtriv(a of
)bo the controlling power in the Northern i we cannot iiiiagine it to be necessary to argue York, disarranged all the l.Ill.fof the 5ivasionht utelj'
-.; correspondent of the Georgian, in :brief re- fuse to permit a wing of the same army to!\ your ui.u,yvur little ones and r :
8tatel..c tee no remedy and no Slfctfor ibout the lurht of Eeces ion.re hold frt'I
and defeated
tho South in the present Union. But we I it to bo the great State right: without which *, the expedition.Vait: \"ieof a recent speech made by :Mr. Cobb in i find quarters among them. Tho Rqlbll ter The will'licN it be unite in this b
little for you"Another
know that in: this we ditfer from very ninny all others are nugatory and incapable of being a longer.- __ -- Savannah. places the position of that party, in tho organ of Administration!, ago

citizens of the other Southern! States, spiiited : enforced: ; and your position assures us Th 2 Cotton Crop. accordance with its o\vn oft-repeated decla- hoisted its flag in opposition. I avowed its Accession-
I and intelligent, having the !same! interests, and : 1lt'flur faith! cannot be different from ours. < rations in its true follows j: continued and unabated We the Union
We hear great complaints] of the of I i light as confidence in the congratulate party Upon tria
i ravages
f. ruin under the same with ourEi'lrcs Nor cm't? regard it as far-
;; wrong j necessary any 1
I the! :i As a Southern Rights man, I know that : Whig putJ-the National Whig inchi- accession to their ranks of Sumner, the
and who cherish the hopa that the thcr to discuss! the wrongs which havc"been grass-hopper on many plantations in the party It.
t lights of the South! may be vindicated and j inflicted on the Southern States. They may I \iduit of Tallahassee.: Some fields have i! the Southern Rights Party in Georgia are not ding Scwlrl, Wade, Fi"h, and all the cdds I cently elected abolition Senator from Massa

secured without! dissolving the existing Confcdcracy. be denied }by those who shut their eyes to been nearly. dc.> tr"\"ed.. Others are taking the :: mOEt for disunion for past believe causes.:that Nay the ,Southern more, I !i and ends: of which the Northern 'rit.party I chusetts. exchanges by ma3
Miicerely yesterdays
In this difference, it does: not beI them, but do not belong to that class.-
1 you I sorc.sJill-a species of disease!i almost fatalto Rights Party of Georgia is the truo Union i is made up-only ihreo of of I bring us Im letter of
: to to dictate, and hope Southern and State differ I pet
assume we
Rights '
comeus men as
that may the young plant From all we can learn, !! party. I believe that if this Union is preserved 'something like a hundred in the Congress of of Senator, in when he lauds the Union 21
r to f tanu free from charge. Up to this : to the necessity of exercising the right of sc'cesiion -!
. tlm?, ths citizens of outh Carolina, aware ,.!' at a particular time, on account of i! the prospects of the present crop lave not : that it will be by a stricladherence to the the United States, were moderate" enough O i i ]highly as tho most :abjec submissionist in the

that peculiarity- : of political! posit'on! arising : those wrong: But as certainly as the_right j jexm been so unfavorable for cars past As we Southern of Southern Rights doctrines,Thai a firm the maintnin-senseless I I to vote for the fugitive slave bill, but all of! South could desire. The Union party now
I ance right
from past events, rendered a certain reserve 1I each fctr.te must possess the right ofl stated last week, the crop i is at least a month of Union will be Ii j whom voted to dismember a slave State" to carries in its bosom all the great :lutor ia
I on their part prudent and proper, have tudi. ;J judging for her*c1J', as to the: occasion and behind-hand. cry elated and no compensation for vi- abolish the slave trade in the District of Columbia the free State, Seward, Sumner, Wade, ic.
oasly: avoided everything which} might; lock I time for its exercise. If South Caroina: decides _. i rights, our political degradation ,
--- -- jas a free people. I believe that if the issue and to admit an empire in California, These men, having given i their adhesion to
the lead that ad
like assuming!! in the defence of South i honor safety require} her to se I' f'
. era Rights. They desired to act, because
taey believed that safety and honor required peaceably and without molestation. If! office of the Columbus\ Ga., Soil of the South, 1 intimated by Mr. Cobb, or the issue as to I I and injury of the Southern States. ists, and declared their denial of the right of

action ; but they! hoped that they miuht find the act of secession is not permitted to be j; embracing the proceedirgs, of the Executive ; the whether the people of Georgia will abide by !i So much for the favor with which the Ncr- secession, we hope the Smtine will have rest

- )leaders! in other States! whom they might fol- peaceable, it will be from usurpation! of pow. j Committee of the Southern Central Agricultural ," he a Georgia false i i-Ssue.Convention I believe platform that ,ihero that it is wi!' them Whigs havo received the Georgia hereafter. It sees there can be no fear that
law in defence of the common cause. When: er by the Federal Government, not from the \ no I
; Society of the State of Georgia, held at in who will and the II the South will be called to and
- tho! ancient Commonwealth of Virginia, the : nature of the act }performed by South CaroIhia. part Georgia not stand by thatI I i platform, humbugging movement I upon go fight
proper leader or" the South, declared her detenninstiaa :< Accustomed as we have been to violations Atlanta on the 19th and 2Ist ult, with the i I platform for future action, unless it be the 1 growing out of it-I the Constitutional. Union the battles of Iass:1ehuseti. or Vermont, or

tu resist, at all haumtl to cf the Constitution, and of tho rights of premium list of the sixth Annual Fair, to beholden I! Constitutional Union party." I I party." any other abolition State, in defence of tiia

the !la** ctt: !cnitbosi! measun s then : the Southern States by the Federal Government Macon: Ga. on the 20th, JJOth and I Now, from this i will be seen at once that ; As to the Northern Democrats (excluding doctrine of secession. The abolitionists,with
threatened! South Carolina, with all alacrity, ; we have to look forward to the probability I .list October from the about .
next; which were pleased n] cry secession, disunion, of course, the Van Buren, nJ.rnbur j I the I Constitutional Union Party ,, deny it,
f i etaod ready to support Virginia in carryingout ] another outrage by .that Government, I "
to see that the Society is: in a resistance, fire-eaters, &c., &c., which and in order to its exercise
Buffalo-Convention I
prosperous who however prevent by
ing, wing,
t her high re olut on.'h n (;ecgia- j in the attempt to force the State to remain in j' any
-- whoss former remittance to Federal uturpctioa : the Union. We suppose the attempt will be I I condition, four thousand dollars having been the Seward-like demagogues of Georgia are have avowed no principles, according to t Southern State, are arraying themselves uader -

under her heroic statesman: Troup, gave: : made, if the other Southern States permit it. I. subscribed, which: enables it to offer such in. j I making, is a mere humbug-a mere pretencea : :| Daniel Webster, which are not identical with I the Union banner! When Carolina vrita-

promise of unflinching firmness in any contest j jla These States must decide for themselves whether -I i ducements will be sufficient. to rally insupport covert stroke-whose real design i is the 1 those of their Whig opponenls,)-it was i draws:, perhaps some of them will b dispatched .

, : which fho mic'ht engage; -proclaimed herdetenrnation they will permit it. South Carolina !. of the objects for which it has been prostration of the Democratic party, which,> hardly to be expected that they would joinhands t on the recruiting service, and it may
to make a stand for the rightsof must decide! for herself) whether it is necessary i b
tho South! South Carolina rejoiced at the to secede. Her sister States of the South I i formed, all who may be in any way interest.ed 'I there as everywhere else!., i is: and always. has 1' in a movement such as that originated I that Florida will b honored with theisit of

jrrogjiect of rallying! under the banner ofGeor. (, will have no right to complain that she forces {. in the resources, the labor and the capitalof been the true State Rights Party, and the bj Toombs, Stephens &Co., the evident de. sore loud-mouthed fanatic, beating up for

git; Aud when her young and gallant eistr them into a position where they must either ; the South in this section of the Union. elevation of their clJ federal, consolidation ;I sign of which was tho immolation of their I ,"olunteeT to drive the rebellious State back

Mississippi, proposed the wise mea-ure interpose to prevent her subjugation or, by' aliarhig opponents, under the stolen livery [ own political friends, and the advancement I into the Union. Who knows If secession
of Southern Convention, for the of to abandon! their Montgomery Atlas.
a purpose consenting own sovereignty "
| of tho Constitutional Union ,
party, to' of their the wire is rebellion and treason, we do not see whyan
endeavoring to unite the Southern States in and lay themselves at the mercy of a des. The Atlas denies that W. L. Yancy has opponents. I
maintaining their constitutions! rights, and at j potic power. In strceuinir, South Carolina any editorial connection with that power and the spoils, both in tho State and' ; calculating on this they were mistaken, a abolitionist cannot as well enroll volunteers -

the sains tine presetting, if possible, the exj I j will simply do an act which all Southern men John paper.- General Government I they deserved to be. nut if the South has I from the Union ranks a any other per
is its
ing! Union, South Carolina heartily entered; who believe in the existence!: of State rights Cragin, Esq., editor. Papers But we are told that, any true friends in the North they are to be son. .
into this and he has carried out' at all must admit that she has that may havo circulated the report in reference .
measure; : a perfect right i "In the South, the course of Carolina will' i found with in.the Demo-
rare exceptions, And these convention
the recommendation! of the Convention so as- to dn, and which she regards: as absolutely to :Mr. Yancy owe to him this correc t bring to every man the question of resistance I yet men say,
'i! cralic ranks and nowhere else. All that right of secession has heretofore, and in bet
eerabled at the instance of Mississippi, by necessary. She will be acting on her sacred tion. or acquiescence ia the Compromise while in I
providing for the election of Delegates to it. right. She will be acting, as she would haveto ----- the North the i issue of a repeal of the fugitive I ever has been done to stop the swelling tide ter days been regarded n unquestionable by
Shades of
j all Southern
, Southern Congress, to whose meeting the' act, if none of the other Southern States Bishop Capers. slave) law, boldly] thrown out by John Van I of fanaticism-lo repress and check the j polticao8/ Madison what a
'I Washington ,
; fctill looks with anxious interest were in existence, and bhe were the only object This eminent Divine lies extremely low at Buren and Seward, the leaders of the free i i" strong excitement" against the institutions blander! Jeferon
In all these proceedings*, wo think that of tggression. by the Northern States Ga. with soil factions of both parties, will present to' I
Augusta, fears entertained the had
great by I of the South, which whigs I
aloe" The abcrvc from the last
th* citizen ofJ5outa Carolina have evinced all and the Federal Government She i is not answerable moderate men there the grave question of a 1 is an extract number
his friends that his! career of i is j I j aroused has been tho work of Democrats
proper anxiety to avoid the appearance of for the usurpations and injustice : usefulness : reopening of another more disastrous agita- I of the" Florida Sentinel. I do cot pro
rogance: or dictation, to act in concert \\nr'l i which may be committed against her. And near its termination. Ho was taken sick '1 tion, which will be fatal to national unity i(.(i:11 honor to them for it Had their counsels I pose to discuss the question.of the right of

the! citizens of the other Southern States, and '! for her sister: States of the South to ask of I while. on his way to attend the sittings! of one : they fail to do their whole duly." i I been followed, the country would have been I J secession at present. My object is to call

to do nothing separately or prccipitately.nd .- !.: her to refrain from an exercise of light which of tho Western Conferences. On the Dth ho saved from the it- I
I Now, we like to see men consistent, even, j;, dangers impending over the attention of the State Rights men of Florida -
strongly) as we have expressed our : she regards as indispensable for
now, j I self-preserva wrote to a friend in Charleston l
and if it is saved it will be the work of iho
in a bad cause. In another of the yet I to the issue. There has scarcely been
belief that there! is no hope for tho South iuI tion, would bo an interference with her fite part Slmepapr
the existing Union, we are prepared to give \I action of a far different character from any I "I have crisis now of been attack thirteen and days past the bedridden extrcrne (the Sentinel) we havo the abiding \ same patriotic party, and not the work of the i :number of the Sentinel issued for the last

A trial, fairly and in good faith, to any effectual -i I with which she can be charged towards them. and always my in more, or less am Jet Ihave of its editor I that Georgia will have !: miserable abortion in Georgia, tha Consti. i five months: that has not contained something

: r Ian which may be proposed by any sister -i Sovereigns: are equal In seceding alone, I pain. I with i' lulional Union Party." i ii
I no hope of seeing Boon\ille in June,but no opportunity to plunge Carolina intoIhe I on the subject of this right Its existence
Stat of the South, for obtaining redress J South Carolina would _be placing her sister I ;
God, get to heaven before that'l' I fatal vortex of disunion' "-that I the In conclusion ask all in the Coercion
fc-r the past and security for the future, with. ; States of the South under no constraint. If tank, may I we parties j i denied in the most positive terms.

, out a dissolution of the existing Union, if I they should find themselves in a position of great body of the people of South Carolina," State, aro you prepared to separate (rOli the I' is claimed as a right and duty of the Federal

there be a possibility of such a consumma- ', constraint, it would come from the action of Nomination of Webster. who have not yet spoken, I after thinking it I true State Rights faith, and enter into a warfare I Government, &c., &c. The paper which a .

tie:,. j the Federal Government, not of South Caro all over, will conclude that as the judgment i; t the end of which, if successful can haveno srmes and defends such positions, is the principal -

But wo find ourselve forced to consider lina. But if they should insist upon her refraining A large and enthusiastic meeting" was 'of all the other Southern States is against dis- { other moral effect on our enemies than to ; one. of the great parties cf

the ulterior question, what we aro to do, if'!' from the exercise of her right; and recently held a Yorktown, Virginia, at'union will wait little and embolden them I Suppose here in Florida \\t organ o tha.
1 they a longer; ,.Florid, and must be supposed to speak
to condition which she
we find that there is no reasonable hope of I submitting a regards which Daniel l Webster was unanimously'
j would that what twelve sisters of the family think we should organize a Union party-whal sentiments of large of its party:
intolerable make themselves a
they j
as very portion
the co-operation of any other Southern State I nominated as their candidate for the Presidency -j I I
in any effectual plan of relief, and the alternative I parties v.ith tho Federal Government in placing !I., in 1632; and a call was made they can submit to without dishonor, will notafter would be the issue \ Nothing but the RIGHT II I readers. This is a issue forced upon tha

is presented to us, of submitting or 1 an unjustificable constraint upon a sovereign upon. all, dishonor and ruin' the thirteenth j of a State to secede, for no one proposes the State Rights party, and will b one of tha
the of tho Union the United
acting by ourselves. And, reluctant :5 wa and an equal.Ve friends throughout j the Convention of the Southern Rights Clubs withdrawal of Florida from the Union, andno I principal elements in the next political coa-
p are to ourEelves from our natural \ wish that tho necessity for separate States to rally around and support him. '
separate such issue disunion could be
possible as
the State
.. action South Carolina which have to contrary notwihstnding. I test in this State. What say you,
friends and allies, wo have made up our I by wo So saith the telegraph.The .
be In these two so different in tone made up-Ihe issue could only be the right and Southern Are
minds. We cannot submit We know that': contemplated, may acrted.rc confide ----- quotations I Right Rights men joa
South Carolina entered this Confederacy as I I in the gallant spirits whom we address. Basis Question in Virginia. and meaning, the inference i is plain that the : of secession, not its. exercise, for that would I prepared to accept the issue I Are you ready

a sovereign and independent State, and that I There may be some hope of the assemblingof This troublesome question still draws its writer looks one way and rows another-j, be another and a different question. Now to do battle for the cause of State sO'rerig-

hating! been wronged, she has the perfect I It a Southern Congress, to devise measuresof flow length along in the Virginia Convention, that while he has an abiding faith" that suppose the denyers of this right to be successful ty ? so, organize in every County. Lt
I Ir redress and relief which I
of the
to withdraw from it. Her sons must exercise upon some I I
t right the right and meet the cOI1 cquencei!. injured States mil)'.unite. We have hereto with h.:1rdl.an approach to a settlement Carolina will' wait a little longer,' the Con. TT ha would be the moral eec of.sucha us meet together, and prepare to give the doctrine -

If no other State will join us in relieving ourselves fore been willing to sacrifice much for South. The whole matter had been referred to a com vention of the Southern Rights Clubs to the I rictory o the North I Would of e.i their of Consolidation a quietus which w

f from the wrongs already inflicted, we erli Union. We still are.0' do not desire mile of eight, equally divided between the contrary notwithstanding-yet the course, eyes to the dangers of pressing their Abolition cause it and its advocates to Wash for ".er

fee no hope in waiting for new outrages to to lead, but to follow. Propose any effectual opposing sections, which committee agreed of Carolina will bring to every man thc ques- I. schemes \ Would they pause and hesi- shame" that so hideous monster was ever

arouse :higher spirit well resistance.convinced, will The new rights measures, and providing for vindicating for our common our common safety, upon a compromise with but one dissenting tion of resistance or acquiescence in the Compromise II.. lile before abolishing slavery in the District presented for the admiration: and support of

f In outrages due time, we; but are we feel no assurance come that and we will heartily unite with you in carry.lug voice. They proposed to give the House of I !1"ri the editor condescend to : of Columbia I Of course not. They would an intelligent poplt.

P the spirit of the vassal will rise in proportion them out.V c should regret most deep. Delegates to.thor est and the Senate to Uie | explain himself, for to our apprehensionboth i feel themselves encouraged to press measures RIGHTS.Mr. -

t, the indignities heaped upon his head. On: ly to incur the censure of friends, with whom East, on the white and mixed blsi. wo j of these things cannot happen ? Either to rid the country of what they profess to regard

tho contrary, we ECO tint the South has already wo have the strongest desire to act in con. SUit although it is not so staled. p. his abiding faith is not well founded, or if it I as a great evil.Vlio cannot see that CLISBY:
cert. But we feel a deep conviction that Dear SirIn of the 2Ot'
borne what it would not for a moment weliave further proposed a re-apportionment of the' is the I course of Carolina" will not bring I such would be the effect I I strike us as being your paper
ha\'o submitted to ten years ago, and what not acted heretofore with any precipation : What Southern man wishes to
you say
the North would not then have ventured to and that we are in the right in tho determination Stale in 1803, but in case the Legislature be to every man the question of resistance or as plain as any thing can be. No one,believes in with on ta& i

perpetrate. We are not willing to try the which we have formed. The i not able to agree upon the principle of representation acquiescence in the Compromise." that the North desires to break up the co-operate any way, Se\.a other?

experiment how long it will be, beforo our self-abasement of submission, appears to us the Governor authorized to But let us examine the two points contained Confederacy, or that she would continue her one hand, or Van Buren on the Lt

spirit is completely broken, by gradually and unworthy of men still pretending to be free. submit the question directly 1 to the qualified in the first cxtrJ.c. and see if we cannot aggressions if it was thought the South would us know the road they take,and we will b'
flow and but The gloomy prospect of inevitable ruin, to the "
to gradual opposite. :
; continually yielding follow submission, to us more formidable voters of the Commonwealth On the ICth settle the matter, so far as the South is con resist and dissolve the Union. But are you reference I
,E unceasing encroachment And if the exercise appears As to want information in
of the right of secession is to be followed I than any dangers to be encountered In the committee's plan came up for discussion cerned, by the same authority, contradictoryas going to make her believe that you are in you to their appear whereabouts I will simply remark I

by the attempt on the part of the Governmentof contending alone, against whatever odds, for and adoption, and was defeated by a majority it is. I The question of resistance or acquiescence" earnest when Jon repudiate the right of the that they

this! Confederacy<<) to subjugate South Carolina our rights. We have come to the deliberate of one. Then followed two other rotes- is to 0 brought home to everyman aggrieved Stiles to judge of their wrongs that the latest advices state
conclusion, that if it be our fate to be left for the Constitution
that a. declaring lustily
it is better that we should meet at- first on the original mixed basis proposi- by tIle course of South Carolina, saith and to withdraw themselves from the Con were
and lone in the struggle, alone we must vindica- that they
whilo still hJ.some spirit and the Union from which I infer
tempt we cato our liberty by secession. lion, which was also voted down, and the Sentinel. I The judgment of all the other federacy I I it is thought that such a course
tome of resistance left. If wo are to have joined the Constitutional Union FiX'
power the condition of a conquered people then on Mr. Bolls' compromise dividing Southern States i against disunion,' says will frighten the North, there never was a '
submit to I and will the track
we think it less dishonorable not to do the lepresentation equally, which was lost bya I the same authority. Twelve sisters out of more fatal delusion. She wi never b ty, perhaps 0 on i t
1. Resolved, That in the opinion of this 1852.
III) until wo have first been conquered. And meeting, the Stale of South Carolina cannot majority of .seven. After disposing of the I the thirteen think they can .ubi to th C'om- warned by it-it has not the first element of year with A. B.C,

anything; could add to the necessity which submit to tho wrong and aggressions which question in this way, leaving it as far froma promise without dishonor, quoth tho same resistance in it, because it is the very essenceof Yous, respect, .
for withdrawal from the
we believe Union it would a be the denial of the have been perpetrated by the Federal Government settlement as ever, Mr. Wise announced : identical paper. Now this is sufficient to submission. It tends directly to the absorption Restoration of Dorr.
existing ,
right of 6cceP on. For the denial of the and tho Northern States, without dishonor plan of compromise as follows:-That'the show that there is no necessity for the organization of the States into one great consolidated The ature of Rhode Island, durn

right of that right indicates of itself! extreme relieve and herself ruin;therefrom and that, it whether is necessary with to House consist of 81 from the East, and 69 of the one idea" party-the party Government, which is to bo controlled its late Legs passed an act restoring Thon"

danger.' The right of secession has hereto. without the co.operation of other Southern or from the West, and the Senate of l from the with the eeven principles, I five loaves and by the majority-and then what will become : as Wilson] Dorr to his political privilege* I

fore"; and in better days, been regarded as States. West and 17 from the East-the State to be two small fishes." of the rights of the South I With an over- that State. will be renumbered that th*

with unquestionable the exception: by of all an Southern inconsiderable politicians num., 2. Resolved, That concert of action with re-apportioned every ten years on the suffrage But the Sentinel, evidently leaning towardsthe whelming majority against us in the Gov disability g\f I out of the Dorr Rebellion *
Ix> of coiibolidationists.! And if ever that one or more of our sister Stales of tho South, basi This proposition was still pending at course of its Georgia political friends eminent, what protection have we got \- several years ajo. The restoring law pass

ritfht r can be denied without arousing the whether through the proposed Southern Congress the last dates. whom it denominates a I patriotic and intel Will the Constitution take care of su I-has each House by a mijouty of si Yen votes-

whole South to sustain it, the South will bo or in any other manner, is an object Tho Enquirer seems hopeful that there i ligentparly" seems to think that the "oneidea" it done it heretofore I I it has not, can it hsi
miserable fLtc'hidl has worth many sacrifices, but not tho sacrifice said! that the tr$
ripe for tho most It will' then *cv.' a involved 1 in submission. f will! be no division of the State, but thinks itpossible move should embrace not only tho be expected to prove a more safe barrier (I i Erin and i. he .-
, er befallen any people V that the. Convention South but the North also. says the Georgia hereafter, especially when the South denies ben bought up in Charleston,
wctional minority have no de. 3. Resolred, Thtt0 hold the right of se- may I action.I .
.tit! fence permanent ogairut the tyrnatmy: of a Government. .ceetion -to bo ,ucntial tojhe- sovereignty and HUlnS question. Convention laid down 1 platform upon .that there i left t her no remedy but in ter to oppose oparate State t

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from the Smind. A : : :---L. :
Grave ExhertationiBT "
uethofu fMc.hodU wery POOR wILK: WOMAMiss!
ro Tho Scrainoles-iTurdcrcrs of Young Suwm Nip Scotch Herring.
the itatiti: Tw5. per, who lives in n small J. R. LLOYD'S DAGUERREAN ROOMS.

rr?' 1850.51 just published' Hubbard. I believe you i isn't icnrried, Ned I was quite ",flp terated"tenement, a lODe woman 9 X KITS Superior Scoih Herring torn L.cLine.. T IKESES3E3 Ulen by t S j.lftLt connected 'th
th' year The Mobile Register, noticing the correspondence You dll ,'ut know tLe sweets Uie other morning 'a *J Scotland just received. J-J A fine side light 11cture' put up iu tie te.t

CIoht tot Here are t.ventj-A.nud Con. which has lately] taken place between Vat vaiU upon that happy .'te. by an early call from n bachelor ucigh- May 21, 1861. 20. It PERRY A ROWLES. style! t-f tLa alt Rooms over Bsrnsrd( Dreg Stcrr.

ft] bracir.g 1\" aggregate mom 1)el shp the Governor and thc War Department Yen man and vomaa meets. >or : -- "P. S. LiUno-Jts of childrm talen in one second
em Tho bofium's vann emotion What did you here ; Mulca Eatra). tme.: Mar 17, ISCl." 1*
CCCl r. y-O the of the removal of the Seminoles Ned come after? said .
fIf which 1 th ere Are 375f') upon subject The }
within iro-sm
drop the eves ; Miss Nipper. TWO srnaH sized Mule, oiw a fnare rnulc -
i bU'I".P' colored, aad 3'457 Indian!. adds ; The nice vashcd things, the darn'd stockings I came to borrow in ono eye : the otbcr a sorrel hove mule Heal Bcrr MllIRock.

:be :; 15S2 travellingj In connexion with this, we see that Major And all then tender ties. replied."Matches l. matches, he meekly A liberal reward will be 118i.1 l f'-r tlicir delivery i i.t; A FEW Piccp real Frcnch.Bur Mill R(k, 13 by
Jt'rnl'ni:1"' are I Casey has very recently had an hitaviow You don'tnW what it is Tallaluwcc to J.UIES T. ARCHER. CO inehe sire for wlo at cost and cltargea. t/
Ned ?
|superannuated, and 3D55 Jo. I with COWLEGS and other Chiefs, and that Vile lying in your bed, lon't That's likely story Why May 21, ISSl. 20 Newport. May hi, H:;I. IS D. LADD.
make -- ---
the there thep..c&re.x have agreed to all their To gaze on.careful you a match? I know what --- -------- -- -- -- -- ----
I keep form
During past year y warriors vornan you
; Trunks Flour
for cried &c.TII .
come ,
: Yilc the breakfast the old ,
tjl and families south of Caloosahatchee. things is spread exasperated 'virgin as
increase in the membership Tl1E'Jllso Ytn don't sh backed the "T7"ALICES anti CARPET BAGS Iru E undersigned has received direct from .
bf'rtJ -n you vant to get up, Ned ; bachelor into comer. "You a ;e assortV jcs New
1.0.", the tra celling ministry t 14 on agreed to give up the murderers of thewhite The kivcr feels so nice; come hereto tug find kiss! me almost to death ment on hand and fur sale cheap. I Orleans au increased supply of the folluvb; uticlcs -
boy who was killed months And W. T.
some he tale MITChELL :
I says, another But
IO.tlSJ'rannas.1t d list, ad 57 local preachT tince; and they are to be executed, in Indian And this here t'otbor elice."cup and you the thant-without you're the strongest, May 21.1851. 20 tf 60 1Ll extra Flour 40 do. Mess. Perk. .

tlr\1'srds 682,500 have been collect- fashion, in the presence of the young Indians, Yile the fire is i burning bright, Ned, Lord knows you arc!" 150 sack Corn. 12ca'ksS.de'.
And all the Notice. 4 bag; IU) Coffee, 1 cask Porter.
Lyonary purposes, of which nine at Maj. Casey's camp. Thi?, it is expected I upon cliair. A FLIRT.
,, Your IVoa d 1 barrel Lard 1 do.
(or linen and your drawers, Ned, not bo n flirt subscriber, who has settled Lard Oil.
.tft contributed 866,200. Upon the 1 will put an end to tho difficulties in Fbi Ida. Is hm.nJ: : r upto air. Many n bright and happy girl by patting on THE .' ec, bx-ps permission to permanently trndcr hwrproessional in- 20 kejp 4 casks Shoulder.

(! ? of the Church as exhibited b y The subjoined correspondence explains this I nies every heart Ned unnatural airs, has eventually become a coquettish f services to the citizens of thii city and ncin- 1 1 hog&licad box Bocf Sugnr, 4 barrel duiScd Jo.
*:o't statement, and places the facts be. ity in giving instruction the Piano Forte. T..nge.". 1 tierce Rice.
correctly hateful on lie
Vat i in't made of seeI being whom .
tomsthe Southern Christian I"O.t. fore the none respect call at the residence of cither 6 J bbls Xa 1 Mackerel. '- do. Xc,.2 Macker,
rr public : If they< can gaze upon that fire. much less love. If there were not another ho pcraoiid in tcxro or in 2 dozen jars Brandy Peaches.

II'"rb- FORT MVCRS, CALOOSA UATCIIEE An J not a vanning feds female in the world I country. 2 barrels.>non \Whisker.. _
would For
T ,
t'I nrtt terms, please apply by note to the
I. Oh! undersigned
few ,
Tbf tines. politically considered, have not1jtjUS Florida, April 20, 18.il. 5 Knows very vi-u,thev're indeed Ned. that girl," has often been remarked of one stating if OM or everaf scholars; and ,'ien in till I PIE FRUIT. Pickels.Soap,St rcJIUlJ every thing

r to tlif spread of religion duo Sir: In a former communication, (dated I Yen the baby is fetched truly in,happy Nei, ; who has made herself ridiculous by her fool. country, the distance from town a* tLe price of tuition tale usually on terms found as in favorable Grocery as Store.other which house I offer in tLcitv. f..f

IeK r-!t ,vcar. Every' one will concedes November 6, ] 850,) I had the honor to report To kiss it/lazy pappy! i ish airs. Besides, by each a course, you t The-will vary accordingly.has Call and see for yourselves.May any.

"orI': eocli n l !have gone over the to you that tho Indians were, with the : 4' You little, Uney, ]>eni-r thing- gain tho ill will of your female friends\\ho, some of undersigned the principal also made arrangements .h lQ, 1851. 18 A. H. FELKELL,

1 duril1, within show at
they York. Boston
; twenty, I Y**u bleed oabo-it iniy respect to you, are i and Philadelphia which ena-
was thwcetj
so $10 Reward.
ta'lled t.) come ; the opcrritiois the limits, and nevertheless LIes him to effect orders in
peaceable ; also that I was It tould'nt be no tweeter. disgn tcd with your course.-I any this line. Ho i.t like-
; tbur h1. To ntvc *' lt>''d her "vn"un- i investigating the case of the boy, Daniel 1 0 There-we will top shortfor do not \ri we
would have been IkiibarJ You dod a blessed angel. you- .'D lian Attachment I>.. All in'trum mts ordered a negro woman named CHAR
circumstances who i-h
; i1IC!:h was 11Ii foingfinccuu)t Gth, It n to gain the ill will of but knew tfLOTTE.
tc made runs it pnppv's hair any ; you ,, through the subscriber will be delivered free of TIle above reward will be given ftrilicr
ha nett increase in
t. That] hhe :> a 18::50. I now haveto inform you thatin January Take fingers (ut (If papy's cup- when wo sec one fitting as strangely na you L risk, and in good tune at the residence (If purchasers.any .. apprehension and lodged in j.iiL I forbidall

l.m rship .of tr.n thousand soul?, and I received information; that the boy was Don't cry. then, thweete t-thcrej (It) that we must ia: imitation of the gentle sex C. F. BARTH, persons, under tIlt severest penalty of the law

""bt t1 mi lonlr contributions withinf taken by two or three of the ', outside" band, Oh. fie! to spill!! nil pnppv's tea 1 1You speak light out," and free our mind. May 17. 1331. 19 Stltlt Planter'* Hotel from harboring said negro or allowing her on their

ninety; Ihwind! dollars, fchould be a and by them murdered. naughty ducky, dandy prcm e:1. She w lurking about town and was seen
';t : Owny, (1(lny. voguey/pojruey, -- ------ -- --- -- -- -- -- ----- Just Received. on the night! of the 2d instant la certain
ofderout acknouledcgment to God,I On the 13th of this month, the Chiefs reported Tliveet as thngar candy." Stock of Cotton. p BARRELS No. i ters. and remained there untIl 2 o'clock. negro quar

:50:1 ff cheerfal confidence anti in- that all the outsiders (but one) were 0i! Xod. tIre Comparative Statement! cf th'. Receipt' of Cotton at USt No. 1 MACKEREL.. May 10. 185!. IS JOHN R LLOYD.

trcffort fiTthC future. I not only within the lines, but south of Caloota The sttrne are]hearts sxnotims will quiver ntmsatd \"un the I'orU, nt the. latest (Iate!. 6 .* Xo. 2 Notice.: -

!1S;achustts Ever Faithful Ifu'flier hereupon I demanded the surrender Fu..t.lct that baby Jill your tea, :c e'-orle:!.. .May 12. 902,163 1S5T.: ( :;.1 1850.,y22 8 kits I" Xo. 2 order 41
of all concerned in the wanton murderof Vile ;ou're iK-nrath the fciver, M otile: .... : !}. 4 No*. 1 and 2 T',T "ill! br BY of J. Wayles Baker, Judge of the Cir- t
-Massachusetts: has I I .tl2.i9..315.73j1'l'XA. .
Senate passed Yun little May 17, 1851. 19 S. S. K Court { Madison County and State of
The Land Florida
within fGlIT.
August last They at once agreed to surrender your Lair, ;_. . April 2C 31,703. 24.623 the -
tor.'tr.anil11nu, t\ (only flnr'oting nay: ,) them, nml promised to bring them i in Dun Tile vowlcr to'tlier if in your cup: I Florida-. .May 5. .151,770 .155.015I Fresh Arrival. for sale we on the undersigned FIRST MONDAY ComiixHsioocrs in JUNE, will offer in

.,'I"'tn" r(* !ution : as soon as possible. This demand was : As "we somi-tmics" feel I Savannah)-. 15. 27 ,21 i. 285,359 E. Barnard from New Orleans front of the Court House door of said ,next
Or '" pot we could eat em up. i Chlirle>ton.. PER County at public
ned until the 15. .3 9.0t2. 318,927 5000 outcry, to the Li het bidder "of
""frsch'f That Massachusetts affirm? a- po outsiders ver: forced within J?. Carolina,. . pcnnrla Sides < on a credit twelvemonths
the From the, Savannoh ( 3 ll.f.C'J 969> 50 barrels extra and from day of sale, with note and sufficient
lines hlJT i'm.
to render superfine security
beT1iOStIit. to slavery and her devotion 1 moro secure the arrest Yirgtnia,. ; 1. 15,023 bear
-" 8,625 5 Mess to interest at 8
Uwt. inspired ly these cherLa of the criminals, and the of the fron: The London Times on Slavery. fim.ily Beef, date per per annua front
I,4,Union ; : peace 10" Perk all the Real Eiv ate of John Coleman, deceased
sentiments, tit? lungs for harmony ar tier. The London Times, a paper of more influence 2.1 tj. 27 1,807,279l.er.7,279 4 CkriSetl Suwr iu the village cf Jta JioaWM.

t the d'lferer.t' parts of our common I The3 men, when received, will be delivered probably than any other journal in existence 4 casks Sugar cured Hams 1. A. KRINSON; JSAM. '. .

C; .; but the caiifiot conceal the convic1m to the chil authorities of Tampa in Hills.horo' i holds tho following language : Increase in 2 smoked Beef B. THOMAS j .v.nm.UlWU'TL
:that' this can be finally and permanentlyn'raredonly County, under the orders of the Secretary Slavery is but a question of time. It is = -- ---.---- 276,148MAERIED. 6; kegs G.>--hen} Butter May 10, 1E51. IS 5t .'
-- 5 --
Java -
--- -- -- bags e\tra --
-- Coffee
by the overthrow of slavery, to of War.IVrmit I scarcely possible to conceive that a hundred 10 sacks Bran CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,

Iiilie same
.. -,..? within tlie jurisdiction of the nail that, should these men be tried and convicted I', United States not to say in the whole continent nes.lay eveninp. the 2M instant by the Rev. Miles BERRY A ROWLES Auctioneers, tc. 1 COO ftet above thc level of the Sea.

:..a :: vernrnenl ; t that 1 the free 4 States may I I If their execution at this place, and in presenceof :; :. of America. The dace o mrs sec the Xa.-bGen. WILLIAM BAILEY of Jefferson Coun Mav 1', 18)1. 19 um1erted; be ItaVc tf inform ]

f,'i1ed from all responsibility) therefor, so I the Indians, would h:1\'e:1 most s.-'Irtnry' ramparts rising, the trenches opened the communications ty. Florida and Mrs. MARY ELIZA HEAD, daughter .: For Sale. TilE. the public that;he has bcconw th Li- friend

taifwdom, instead of slavery shall become effect in preventing further outrages. The established, and the blockade closing of Gov. J.lin Branrli. A f\ DOZEN Bottles, quarts and pints Porter, t of this celebrated Watering Place, and Prof.riotor will bo

ioa!. and I fclavery, instead of freedom, besccliotal. L'hitfs asked that this might be done. around them, that is one day to re [lice Oa the ..lL.J 12 Port Wine, prepared to receive visitors on tl e 2'Jth' cf }!ay.
tune ." In conclusion, I have to inform you th -. them to unconditional surrender. We doubt same evening, by the Rev. S. P. RicliarJsonRev. ., 12 cases ClAret (St Julitn.) It i id needles to speak cf the "Chalvbecte" as a

no trade in munitions of war has been allowed not for an instant that our children's children, I O. D. STAXDLEY, fJf the Florida Conference,, May 17. 1851. 19 S. S. KNIGHT. sumrrttr resort Tee salubritv, cf its diicate, and thf

ftr Sfnator Foote has been nominated in < since the outbreak in 1819, and all trade! will see tho chains drop in one hour from the j I j nn.l M5--5 MARY IADHICK, daughter of the late J. Clothing. cnjojeJ powerful and meflioinal-atcd virtues by thouyan.of its! .wafers Tile Proprietor hare been
G. Piulrick
i of Leon
bi iippi by the Constitutional Union Par.t.UtlICir has been suspended since I became satisfied l limbs of three million slaves. The Fugitive I County. FINE! taluonable! Block Dress, Frock and Sack ha or.Iy! to add that in ndditiort to three first requi-

for that the }boy, Ilubbard, was murdered by Indians fc'avc' bill is only a last legislative effort a- ; do. Blue! Green, and Brown CIl-Lmerette sitos of a sumaier re idtinct', he has spared fla efforts
condidate Governor. What
\ I Tribute of Respect. Frrck and Sack Coats, wcrkmarsLij of vh'ch :Is to add all the comfort* and luxuries of
: j.dosire and will not be re-opened until tlie jainst that which is more powerful than I warrantetl a good HottL
$ cverdtcIrning the whig union poll-1 of all surrender i islatures the leg At a Called Meeting of Centrevillc I3e, Xa 18. ; Just received, and for sale cheap at the New The best cooks servants: and faire that the country
( concerned. progress of human affdrs.I .- itt their! Lodge Room, the Clothin Store. will afford. fine
I on Sunday 11th Iay, A. L ? W. T. MITCHELL R band of music and all the amusements
1Icins have to run rcaigade% Democrats for I am, sir, most respectful!; ycur obedient: Every acre added to the tenitory of the I 5S5I, a Committee of three were appointed to draft May 17.1851. 19 _tf UFtally found at such places, bavc?ecn' provi- ._ _

(;Ol'c:nor. servant< Union, every freeborn child added to its population Resolutions F ui table to the feelings of the occa.
------- JOHN C. VSEV, and every initn'grant! that lands on Man that is l*>ra of woman, ii of few day*, and full I Peas. teraw will be moderate. All he asks is a trial

Later frcm Europe. Captjiit C'. S. .4. 4 Special Indian Agent.His I i its shores, is another weight to the scale of of trouble." 250Lumber via BUSHELS New York jnst received scLr. from Charleston I Columbus Passengers! can on reach the stage the route from Banieville trt
Mary Howard
DECLINE IN COTTON. abolition. WHEBEA-J, At an uncx ectcd hour in the per put Springs by takir hack at
Excellency THOMAS BROWN, Then whyt except because they arc tion of God's ] di-pcna' up in tierces of ten buiheli each and for sale bv Pleasant HilL They arc situated SiX milci frcai this

The 5teamhij'lr.tic, arrived on the 11th I, Governor of Florida, TallaJiassee.EXECITIVE demented and doomed, do the slave oicncrs I : u;, and has providence taken from, the cur hand midat of death worth ca.meLr.1nn } BERRY & ROWLES. stasrc read. The distance frc-rn Greenville i, about

highig Liverpool dates to the 30th ult.- take r.o steps whatever to ircrarcfor ihc great friend and brother CLriitoplicr' C. M"f>rc.who.our though May_1 1851.=__ 19_ twelve rnik JAMES WOOTEX.

Tin sdes of Cotton for the three day* prey i. CIIAMIIER, Florida, day of reckoning !'' yorng and big with hopes I.f to-merrow, arrived a.tlie Lumbci4 Lumber! MayIQICZ.l. 18 4t

nut m the sailing of the! steamer, amounted Tallxhas**, May 18, 1851. Demented and doomed! How much i is I maximum of hi* greatness"the pea-marks o 1 THE subscriber has on hand a large lot of LUM- Notice.
,> 10,090 bales. The maiket which Sir-I have the there in the L a utmost N'n"-\\"hh his Bible to J hght: and his' Com of various
; ) was honor to acknowledge the course of the southern people to kinds such as Pine, Poplar, OOPEPS it fc WHEEL 'WRIGHTS .
to direct, saw, in lii l last I I W\ ;TED. .

t> Baluc, on the 'Jltli. Quotations given caino to hand by the mail of last night. arc demented and doomed:: ?I'' Is there not L lestial l Lodge. the place of hi- eternal rufreshmcnt terras as it can be had elsewhere. on By as calling reasonable at the men of above trades {mrticularly if steady industrious

i"erairO.'lean seven and an eighth ; 31oUlt I am glad to understand that tile cause of enough in their conduct to raise a doubt, in:I LI from las labor on earth : And whereas thn link that Mill f.ve miles West of tbu city, you will End t heman be and willing to worn for reasonable pay. It wouIJ

HX :and ftve eightlis; Uplands, fix and a the disappearance of the lad, Daniel Ilubbard, Apposition both to the teachings of scripture 11:13 h been broken i is of irreparable l loss, and can only himself ready to measure your Lumber, and to cf coming worse tLan to unless for others to entertain a thought
hnl: Bmadstuffs tr.5 been and! W united by the hand of Providence : Therefore, help you load (if required. and then NEWPORT.
remained unchanged. Pobcal clearly asccitaincd, and that there experience, whether indeed slavery be Je&oli>fd, That we sincerely the loss of ) receive the money May 10. 1851. 15
regret without
: newi uiiiinportanL is i a probability tliat the |Krpetrators of so ii in. j I not, as its opponents have charged, an axx. beloved brother, ,'be,. in all of his ociaticns at home our course the least trouble W. C. to yoa

provoked and wanton a murder, will bo delivered | ]j i ful sin, which Providence in inscrutable "is- and abro :J. gave striking evidence of a kind generous Handy Mill May 17 1851.: 19 LESTER Zt NEW CHEAP CASH_CLOTHING STORE.
to be I dom has determined to and '.. dbjx: >siion, and always a warm and devted
STILL LATER FROM EUROPE.Another up punished. trust, my dear fir; I destroy, by Hniting )- -
Florida, Atlantic Central %l'ond. subscriber Las
friend Ma Uai a
that its to the *nic fraternitv.J2esonJ TIlE opened general CLOTHING
: Decline in Cotton. : you will impress it upon the minds of iho 1 supporters with judicial blindness ? The Tliat in the death of brother Moore, this FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT one

The t e Kibliip Cambria arrived at Halifax chief?, that any unnecessary procrastinationin inhabitants of Jerusalem when their city was /xlge[ hns sustained a If.s which can alone be remedied 5 f- door Soutb of )!essrs.Lewis Ames where he b no"07opening

(f tie ISih with surrendering the men concerned ir the t sourrounded by the army of Titus, seem not by the )hand of Providence. .' -.: .-. .,9_ -t a well selected assortment of fupenor and

i i'-'. Th. Afiica arrived Uverpool dates the 3rd.to thc Thec 3ii' murder will be looked upon as favoring th oir to have]been given up to a more terrible infatuation Rcsd'e'L That we truly sympathise with the rela- NOTICE is hereby given that on.the 2d Monday! the fashionable season, consiiting READY-MADE in of CLOTHING suited tt*
conduct, and that the whole tribe will beheld: than hint which has seized the greatmajority lives of the deceased who was an affectionate parent next in conformity with the provision; PANTALOONS part VESTS and
'to! market of various
very unsteady, and the declinet'ce a kind huhbanJ, a devoted broiler, and a benevolent of the Charter Books of styles and qualities;_
if the of Southern Subscription will be
responsible murderers slaveholders. white
the! are not promptly' The dangers nar. opener and fancy colored SHIRTS. all qualities Sdk.
: departure of the Earopa, on the surrendered. surrendered, I think it '! Wllich threaten, the fate which awaits at the store of Mr. Thoma Hayward in the City of: Merino,and Cotton Under-sLirts and Drawers ;
probable red Tint ina.w.uch
Ja lilt! be down from as in Lis last ir.oment.* hewas I, Tallahassee under the direction of the ; Gloves.
i"' : T
'"'lie a penny-, and the sales i it necessary that they should be tried in are at no loss to discover them. French that he has gone from his earthly Lodge to repose Gulf Central. Road and remain for eq. Suspender, Money Belts Shoulder Brace _
open thirty Pun-cs. Pocket Combs
sanio period at over twenty thousand the ; in a Lodge on higli!. "not made with Land, cte r- days when Doc.Ls Bm ht3. tc.; TRAV
', k 'ilio? trade b Manchester had been[ County where the crime was committed.In u.en, Englishmen, X ,-f:5endsand i nal in the heavens." only, they will be closed.RICHARD. ELLING TRUNKS CARPET BAGS, and VA-

riuL Creadgtufls 1U regard to your suggestion, in the event of I acirucs-all foretell, with scarcely a uis?eu. Rt' l.t.. That in due respect to our esteemed bn RICHARD K. CALL. LICES, UMBRELLAS; together with a large assortment
*a ceady. Sugar had unchangixl. ce their conviction, I entirely agree, and 'doubtnot ting voice, the calamities which await the tlier we \ill wear the u ual badge of iiiouruing for J. G. ANDERSON.HAYWARD, of Eats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c, all of
advanced\ whkh will be
pence the South. She alone tbStt Ilavlt. sold cheap for cash.
Judge would appoint place of execution cannot perceive them, or WILLIAM .
I'tr e"1, and sales had any \ ,
taken place on the a d- laving caught thereof :; 1I''II.1; these P.stilzitiun4 IHJ) pub1i.-Le'I I in ROBERT 1T.. MITCHELL
a .
l1n e. Coffee you might suggest, where all the Indians glimpse r'solutl'lJcloses LYON. Tallahassee JIar 3, 1851. 17
was linn. Kosiu{ worthshillings. of the Tallahassee and tf
one that
was of them .
her papers a copy May 17, 181.
t. Fine Turpentine remained might bo present; or, if thought necessary eyes to the sight Is there not in I: be seal to the widow of the di ceaH'd.R. 19 Boots and-- --

"'tinged ii i:! I' I would give an order to that effect- this something appallingly portentous I Wht: W. rI nER. ) Lost Shoes.

tuln! ;: Con piice. !''gti h stock was flu ic-[ Had the other murderers when they were i delivered explanation is to be found 1 for it, unless it 1 hi: W. L ThOMPSON, [ Committee. taken throueh mistake from the f t 1 1INE Sewed and Pegged Calf Boots; Congres1 -

'Mi. American were quoted at from 90S j up, _been handed over to the hit autLonty indeed. and.in_ truth that he 13 demented ,.. N. TAYLOR, ) OR large iron away framed TRUNK (containing female Depot r t..JtLt 1 .1. ". Calf and and Kip Shoes and Broerrns.
Securities unaltered. H opened for solo cheap at the New
'rL UIl'_ _.. u were of this fctatp, and tried and executed I and doomed I" --- w_._- -,, wearing apparel.) marked J. A.; but it i is not remembered Hothing Store. .

fca. m: gJ'elt., by her Il1ililiOI1 was opened on tlie as yoa suggest, the example would have had We were forced to exclaim en first reading OBITUARY. whether the mark: was upon the trunk, or upon W. T. MITCHELL
Majesty. Queen JctOf1:1 inF a tag; if the latter, it become detached
he Died tl. 10th 3,1851.
instant May 17
I1to a salutary influence. announcement of the of the Com- on CHRISTOPHER C. tf
Md d ence of thirty thousand spectators, In letter received romise Bills the last passage MOORE of Ontreviile j-rt-cinrt, Leon County, Florida. Said trunk .was received at the Depot, Nov 7, 1850.
no accident or disturbance occurred a recently from the Secretary p by Congress, that but Brother ) .re emigrated from anil was delivered some time between that date and Superior Green and Black Teas.
on ;
Georgia some
the occasion. The of Lord of War, be says I have no doubt that two alternatives were left for the Southern twelve years'siro, being then about 19 old he: l5th Dec. The person or persons who may have CASES
Ministry John years superior TEA which be
P. sscl! had ken defeated motion rela- the Indians sVill remaining in Florida, are a p eople--cne was to prepare to resist i them, With indomitable energy and perseverance, he acquired eceived the said trunk, will please reture it to the Depot i 3 mended. BERRY i can ROWLES.recom
on a earliest
lil'e source of and he other was to if in thi, time th.- Fubi-tantial of a it day practicable cr notify the Agent at
to the annoyance, injury to the State, prepare, ( any preparation means prospectiveindependence. the May 3, 1851. 17
Clflgeroug propcrtv.tax, and it i is again! in a and I regret exceedingly that all the efforts tras possible) for the emancipation of their i A devoted wife and interesting Conily, Depot 10 1S5L here to send for it. ________________
May ,
pt'di! tmellt. The crisis is added l to lu and __--.i. [Sent
over this slaves. happiness comfl.rt ; but urged too __ Notice.A .
FrlUlce. Department to prevail on them to migrate' a day since that time has
The insurrection in had f.it his motive powers. To give these a position at Ice Ice !
Portngal Real
taded. h have, thus far his conviction been removed. cool Ice A LL persons indebted to the estate of John
Russia and Austria proved unavailing. The Department Says the en. mice independent and elevated in a pecuniary point of Fergnj -
had demanded
Lat the Sultan kbould I will however persevere in these efforts ightened journal from which we have already ,view rfeeaied the object of Us ambition and to contribute LOTS of the cod stuff delivered from the Ice bon. to late make of Washington County deceased ar"
Jiart \\on retain Kossuth two I, and docs ) the to tliU] no cost no personal sacrifice cstiinatiNj. & in the morning at three cents per pound requested payment to the undersigned; and
er. TIll not dcppair of their ultimate quoted, speaking Southern \\"M the small those having demands
Sultan, however, is dig.e pco- The c l'O&l'd to s'iccs ;. I hope these will be pIe : a the hundred notified to them within
flcise demand and ask efforts [>erscvercd to pulniouary disease bv weight All persons from abroad can present the time prescribed by
1tnd ld rranteto protect him, in Kng-it. in, and that the Indians will be made We do nol hcsitatite lo advise them to set exposure pw-ition tirecipitated,and can!cd his was death In personal the 31 st I have it packed In boxes or ca&ks with saw dust as re l law, or the payment thereof will be barred.

resisting distinctly to understand that they will not be their house in order. If it is harder lo do so rear cf his oge. He was buried with the honors of quired. DANILL LADD.: JAMES M. LONG, Qualified Executor.

permitted to remain in Florida ; and if they now than it was seventy years back, instead Masonrv on the 11 tb in"t, being a member of that -- Newport, May 10, 1851. 18 tf -Washington- -- -County- -May---- 3, S31. 17 St

ARRIVAL OF THE FllA\ITLIS. do not in reasonable of being easier the f fraternitv. Brother Moore was a hospitable man and JOHN MONTPELIER:
a time, accept the favorable as great statesmen of that P. K.: SAVAGE, TTMATV. INSTITUTE.!
excellent nei hbflr. A member
( tho Methodist
Three Days Lot,. from Europe. terms of the General Government, i day hoped and expected-if time has hitherto. an Episcopal Church, he had a loft the life and power- lA TTOiY Ali lL/Ai'U twenty-first Term-of the :
] MontpeUer
CW.YOBK 19. and remove peaceably, that forco will be I ngravated rather than removed the enormous nf Clinstiaiu'ty, but never denied its hallowed influences TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA TIlE te will commence on Thursday the 5th .

The Etc.ms.ip, May resorted to for their expulsion or destruction ; difficulties ; the question is, what will be the and l power while in poj-bes-Ion of it. Under the May 10. 1851. 18 tf day of June next.

'clOck this Ihnl1in arrived at 7 for the people of this State will not bear with I case thirty years hence, when perhaps there i influence of that appreciation: in the hour of need and This Institution is tinder tha sujserintenJcnce of the.ndeisgned

kc era aed monliD Sl.e brings 100 pas them much longer. must and will be abolition without either the with the help of pious friends, he sought the Lord LookatThis I r who resides upon the spot and demotes apart
Li\'rpo l dates to the 6th int lave with penitence, who gave him once more the hope BUSHELS CORN of his time to Instruction and Lectures.
his During
11lc WsLiug'ton had am, with high respect, or master being prepared for the which is an "anchor to the ul"11le result was I 1500 Lis i necce. absence,
8000 Sides .ary as Bishop of the Diocese the
the 3d arrivd( at Cowes on Your obedient change ? The choice lies between L calmness and faith which pounds. ,
and the serx'ant. gradualand sustained him 4000 Shoulder Rev. Mr. Bragg has control .>f the Institute. _
Li trpoul rAflica at Liverpool on the 4th. THO. BROWN.Capt sudden abolition and it is for the slave i b this periloni hour. His wife was cheered and con- 1200 sugar-cured Hams Eight Teachers are engaged for the ensuing Term
JfarttsOrl 5fh.-CC'tton! has States themselves : B0lcJ-his httl son received his embraces and dying i in addition to the
&dl'anred td. Jon C. CASEY U. S. A. and special I to choose which of those 6 tierces Rice Superintendent and a thorough education
's improved Snit's iOOO b3.l'ft.rl' C'ro is Indian AgentIs two they xvill have-for one they must !" counsel- -liis temporal affairs arranged, and he died 100 barreli Flour combing with retirement, is offered to tho
in i in peace. ladies of the Southern States.
D'IEtriet CIFran1. the Manufacturing Tlie Southern people must set their house 20 Port young EngliA in all
Lard- its branches, French Latin if
TUKATKK 4 0 kegs < desired Music, Vocal
MORALS ?b -- -
A in -
order -
The -Can -either to die or to Jive ; to die L.r tT WE are authorized to announce HALEY T.: 10 Whiskey, and most and Instrumental Drawing and Painting,are all taught
or the! : anniversary; Proclamations any pace be so called lessons are the destruction xvhich abolition will every by most instructors
thing else that be competent from
"I'f'hcb Rt'l'uLlic bring upon BLOCKER, Esquire, as a candidate for the office of may wanted can 00 bought at the England Germany -
Iy d passed off without taught therein incompatible with truth and I them, or to live by putting themselves in:I : store of S. S. KNIGHT. Trance, and the United States. .
I 1urLancf'. virtue t Can that Sheriff of Leon County, at the election in October TERMS -Two hundred
tO place be called a schoolof 1 readiness to resi&t i its inroads, and its i May 10. 1851. 18 : and seventy-fivo dollan
II. Conspiracy' has morals wherein stay next. ilay 1851. per annum,one hundred and fifty payable in
ID : been discovered a Pandemonium is established sweeping, dessolating current. Which xxill 2_ and one hundred advance
taledonia -"- and
,, Spain, nod l and where hellish deeds Bacon, &c. twenty-fiye in January. No ex
sev n are enacted do ? WE authorized
in persons cn. they are to announce D. W. tra charges for Boot
rz it ibo1. where old and JUST received from New Orleans per W. R. Pettcs except Stitioneryj: Drawing
:arti' aL a place young congregate ; -- (WYNN, as a candidate for the office of Judge of Tallahassee, Materials Medical attendance. Vacation month.
'OrtZiga1.' -An insurrection is conlempla. where.routh, beauty and crime, but no ,virtue, TIT FOB TAT.-A letter, received by a Probate fur Leon County, at die election in October: 15000 pounds Middlings and Shoulder I May and December.For ;

-It lie Duke of Salanha has I assemble to drink, to curse, to swear, and 1 l large manufactunng establishment at Kcwark, next. Way 17, iH51.f3j 2500 bulk Pork, : farther particulars apply to W. S. WiQiford. '

zih Possession of Oporto. Great terror make appointments in houses of infamy ? Is N. J., from one of its agents Memphis mentions 20 barrels Mess Seneca Eoq, Treasurer of the Institute in ) or to R v.
at LisLon. The that school for morals what We are authorized to announce DANIELHcRAENY f 5 u extra and snperfiaa Flour O. Dn g.MlntpeJicr.l.lftJlroe County, Ga.-
te Queen will pro 3' a where, amid scenes they are now talking about in (Poet Ofice, Macon.)

Lt'if:1: .tOtn ncd to abdicate and proclaim L of confusion, ofliquor selling, tobacco smoke, Mississippi by xvay of rcpl sal on.tho Northern Eqr as a candidate for the ofKce| of 5 5 ca.kasugar-eured" bagged Hams** STEPHEN ELLIOTT. Jr.

tQ the frontier J' The Spanish army is collecting Lr and oaths, the bloated police look on in sensual abolitionists. It is nothing less than to Sheriff Leon County at the election October. nextWIJ .: .5 barrels family Mess Beef Lhhop of the Diocese of GeoTJid.

Cfr17clzjfeThO gratification ? Is that a school for moreals pass a law refusing the North tho use of their -tT-: are authorized to announce JOHN it 20 kegs Lard. May 3. 1851. 17 Ct ,

Dresden vhcre thc whole of the courts judgesand sheriffs collect its debts. 5 w Goeheb Butter,
Conference lias of the ,
part Notice.
?.et terzninat I upper RHODES, as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor 2 tierces sugar-cured smoked Beef .
d.101b building is devoted to thjj worst of characters; They say thc Northerners refuse to give up i and Collector for Leon County, at the election in i 6 barrels New Orleans Syrup, A" persona are hereby forewarned and o1rlionflff .
-The new Law passed relative and the vilest of thc l of '; the property of the Southerners and will I
e J1resl : leprosy crew a vas they Octolier next April P, 185UWe 400 bushels Corn. against trading for a certain promissory NOTE
is "ery severe. city assembled t Is it a school for moral* not help them to get theirs in return. This is i ------ : -- -. ----- The above poods will be sold on reasonable terms. given by the undersigned to IsLam F.Jchn .n er bearer ."

where the gambler, the pick-pocket, the bul a "Roland for an Oliver,"and indicates something W are.authorized and requested to announceR BERRY & ROWL, Auctioneers, At payable six weeks after date, dated and executed

.r.CO ly, the Jockey, and the prostitutes of the of the state of feeling there. F. ALLEN.Esq., as a candidate fut the office of May 10, 18:5i. 18 by hundred me on or about the 6th January 1 85 I. fat ntnw
D DJr.A TCIl. dollars. (?9W>.)as the consideration fi>r 'which.said .
rolSall'8 blind alleys, nightly meet and commit their Judge of Probate of Leon County at the election in On Consignment note was given Las titled
of the 3 days ending fay There is likely, says the New York Mirror : ow 135fJ 1A1ee. orgies t Thus can a theatre bo made, if not October next' Choice Liquors per Tallahassee." be iourHland I am determined not to-pay th-
a place of crime, at least the initiate school I to bo a general bursting up"in Boston before | f\ BOXES Cabinet Ruby" Champaigne Mime, unless compelled by law.

for it to engender, to bloom, and flourish !I- three months como round. The negro To the Citizens of Leon County. JLU 5" Pale Sherry, JAMES RAMBO.
NEW.YoRK In tho face of all this, by no cloths" Lowell, the "negro shoes" of Lynn I, rsf" I respectfully announce myself a candidate for 8 Brown Madison County, Florida, May 3,1851. 17 4t

May 19th. picture told means an oxferpainted and tho "negro notions" of New England the tifficc of Judge of Probate for the County of Leonat 5 Otard Brandy, 1842, dark -
'dSaJel d wo are a theatre coul 5 Brought to Jail
to.day 2000 bales, at an' generally, remain dead in the lofts of the the election in October next. white .
1'lIce or not be sustained without
1 ie. Iiddling it. Absurd, I I If 5 Demijohns! pale Ilcnnessy Brandy. Quincy M a
'.; Orleans lOt, Uplands are quo there is not sufficient morality in our midst, en warehouse. March Ifi, 1651 JESSE ATKJ SOY. 5 London Dock Brandy, well known 11 hw name Joe runaway or Arthur a negro, who man that J>a .

from lightened truth and virtue _. aa Dicky Jones.* a perfect Cordial, to Mr. Wright Saunders says
p enough to sustain I A rural in =; of ThoroM C
California.-The. poet, describing his lady-love
teamshi ...,.. 10 boxes London Brown Stout ;a. TIe boy was .
:: J. once owned --
. weu. rrived P an establishment devoted to the tlr O. O. F.-A Communication o'I'the : by Mr. W.Kra. of
arts and is
; to.day from says: "She as graceful as a water Jilly, 10 Scotch Ale I Decatur Count ',
3 Chage ', j Grand Lodge of.this State, will be } Goorgia. The owner is t/
sciences without requested
1fIAD\g Paene.$,.. lEer news U unim- connecting it with vice And while her breath smells like an armful of clover I. ")bti $:: held_on.the fmt Monday in June next The above Liquors are ouch a. can be f ecomtnTldedto come forward, prove properly, pay charges, and tab
crime, then let our theatre be shut up. ," HI case is certainly approaching a M. D. PAPY, Grand&eretar1ay : the public. The bt- tier hflered In this market. him away.

[Philadelphia Herald. criers. } 17, 1851, 19 I BERRY cit. l\Ofr\ ES, & : t'nccrL &C. hwrL8oN.Jils.

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I 44JLIAUJL1CilS to tiicCOXSriTVTION ritrtt..l lJ j Towle & Myers, Military Bounty Land. I : at butrtieme1tt5 I local Dentist P. P. LEWJs

OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. or THE PI AVCon handand are now receiving new and Tallahassee' Pl2j1

SOIL OF THE SOUTH. ,I JLJL general assortment i>f GOODS, consist ingot In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida ; "nOOMS bUie new

.cdcp&by the Fifth Grnn at .1txrtt.'yt nnd jivl- THE u.i<:er .;
tufted in fiurxiiunce t f..IrlclcJ*% Stelwn 2, part of tbe SIa>co* t5 and Ri*>rll Agncu-! Gold Anchor Lever daS.lver Lv>D OrTlCK, CCUaty' ,fl ,e j, uni'agetL

r/ the CttntdtntioH.X 'tr.l l S.i.-ifty, re-pectft.l1y invite public; *tJei tion to Lever Hunting do .lttzrc5 31, ; IN CIUNCERY. e Sm&r is16O

(he t<>lloAi2 Iro i>eeturf a Monthly Journalto be Silver Anchor J.Pt-r doLapinc IN order that the liberal views ot Congress, in passing William F. Williams, 1rt.

ACT toaraend the } 1ce:1hClu'et.fibe Fitth published! iri thisciiy. ur.dei the ampicci ct the a- and common* doGrntlemen's the Act of 23th Seotetnber, Ib50. eratiti g \ Divorce.

Art icle of I h Constitution ot this State; and il'n! b ore nactd ocition. ami Li< ie Booia Pin;,a ceneral assortment Bounty Land to certain officeis and soldiers who Ann William J BARRELS beet Lux4l,. rMY
tid The work will he di-voteJ to the interests of Az of Ear and Finzer Ring*, Gold Guaids and have been 3 c'n'ks Rice.SO
Ift 3tn An Act anirntUtan ut the Twelfth enae in the Military service ci the United .
HIM cate, ILIII adjpted bv the Third and Fourth >. U.ider these ecveral h'-, WdI: bs includc-i! ]Pencils,Gold Pens.GoldanJ Silver Spectacles, Gold the Warrantees, be avoided as far a* possible in obtaining Court that the Defendant, Ann Williams. re'iJes 5 firims best Gohen Bntiei.
Sieev Collar and Bosom B out of this State and in the State of New York on
:ittons Pearl and ,
all that thecu'.tureof the Silver, the Landing from EnUrastu.
lienrral tootblie*, sot (ogive the demon of concerns Crops; impiotenient -\ ] benefits granted by the gratitude of their and fo
JadjC'-( the People i of the Sail, thetn-"i3gemei.: of the Tarn, the Sill Card Cases, GuM and Silver Thimbles, fine country for faithful and patriotic service ; and at motion cf S. R. Mallcry, Solicitor fur the Complain MeN.tCou'r &'ale t,

I. Belt nae3 fcy tr eiate cnd Garden the Orchard, the l-L'ter Yard, and the I Fan*. Silvpr and Buffalo Ctnibs.Also. t tl-e same time to secure to the hardy and enterprising ; ant.It Newport, March 2i, lt.Ic .
SECTION Fiench Mantle Clocks TaMe TeTrajs is Ordered That the Defendant do and
Knive ; ,
In their i settles appear
:/ & '*' of f-V State of Fk. House-keeper's Departni-nt. connexitin on the Public Lards, the frnit of :.k tidy in GsierTI.JmIs.Tadl5! fttHCi'irJ, That the Eleventh t viihi the iitcr..ts ol the iniil, the other indulii Plated and Silver Waie, Silver Table and TeaS j and privations ; the Secretary of the Interior answer, plead. IT demy to Complainant's Bill on or BYRD A c
>oon Plated Spoons. Fort Cr--am l Ladles before the first of June next otherwise the
Ctaie ttf theFnth Article ol the (Conttitotio Pur-uira of the Uavl. till receive their api/rorri! | ? au Soup has directed : Monday cf
attention Hated Waiters, do Tea S.ts. Cators Candlestick That notice be to all settler Public fcame will ba taken pro confesxoz J'roridtJ }*ublicatkn Crockery, Gas3 and Stone
Sf thi* SUN and ato! an Act( cnlitU'd, An Act to public given on [ -rare.
amend Uie Twelfth ClsmJ Ihe Fit'h Article ol The Soil of thin S.mtli" will he urd. r the editoiil *, S >lar Lanp Silver and Gil: Girandoles.ANo.rlne Lant! subject to private entry, to come forward of tlus Order be first made in some newspaperin Hardward and Cutlery.
i l of Charles A. E and double Inn el led Cuss, Shot and Gate and file their within this State for the term of three months. Nail-
the ( Onatitufi ol thIs State so ( it the Judges ot nipctvision PeaboiJy, ijr., Declaratory statement*. thirty* Ca.thiges, c.
'Cot J M Chsnibi-r A'.r. ha been fir Rage, and Fljska.fitie p"urket Ivnnv Porte Monnie, da their settlement and January 27th, 1S51. 12 1S5L
f h* Ciicnit Cwrt shall h"l4 tJ'eii r'r..e< fr tlie nies Peabody }* alter making improvements April it
terra Ut eisM tears instead t-1 daring good behavior. vvojears connected wiib the Agricultural Press, and Port Folios, Violins, Claroneti, and Flutes, fine Ra- a repjired by the Pre-emprion Act of 4lh JOS. B. LANCASTER

." 1". and the **ne are tiercbv i a atnr tided as s eq'u 1y! distinzuishtd as a P/actical and Scie'itific I zcrs*, Strops &-c. September, 194 1 so as to 'ecure their preemptionri Ju-lge Southern Circuit, State of Florida.Pelmary C C'.BXhiDttCO.havej.strece' ..

In read at folln tf, viz : That o-i the Iit Monday Farmer rt id Gardner. Col Chsrabcis is one of the f I >$ qaalitaad general sortnent of Perf'tmtrv" ig.ts, and prevent inteiferenceby the locution; ofthese 1, 1851. 4 3n ment tf tire.s cods, srch as

ia Oi'toVr, in til-- Vearo'e t h.uqan; 1 eight hondrid I rrif> : intelligent and successful Plantcis! in the South tc., r. TOWLE t MYERS warrant- Plain ant Eml.n'tdered Grtnatlincs ani,

and 1ft jthree, an on the first Mindsv in October i They will be asitrd by an rble ccrps cf .r.tribu- S11 j tncer 2 1S50. 25 And that all warrants nay be located upon the State of Florida. :Eenurw, Tbue, LUVTM an-1 Berate DclanM

i-rwy *ix yoart thereafter, tiier f'.iail b<* elected by i| torslamonjtaepractical FariEtriand Plantcisof Just Received land pprllod for. if subject to private entry on the 3d LUON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. 3Iu-lb and Lace Cai< anti rnder-sJe

the qtulilieJ electors of each of t he respective Judica LanJ. March, 1S.11, \\ilhoul an affidavit as to whether said, William. Chccver, da da. Cc& and Colkn. I
i Circuit* ot t hi* Stale one indfs c.t the Circuit Each nunsbfr will contain sixteen r/ajre of quarto 1 DOZEN FLUKKXCC BONNETS, l land is improved or not ; and afjcr having been so located ts ALSO-A fine at
Court. who -jh.il' ride in the Circuit for which he size. pti'ited with m>w tp;>e on supeiior white paper, I Cliiua Pearl ilo. aid warrants shall remain in the hands cf the Ellen A. P.rockcnbrouzh, widow and administratrixel Shoe- ParasoLs and Ladies Hk Tmlrel!
way fceetucted, and continue in office for tl e tem nd furnished to fu! criheiF at the rite rf One Dal- 1 Lace Tuscan do. Land OrEccr at least forty days. If at the end rthit William II. Brockenbrcugh, deceased, Lucy Gent Boots ani' SLoes of a varierr cf M

(*1 *is years from and after tf'e fmt day cf January hr per annum, which t. ust be paid in idvance. 1 Al'>ion do. time theie is no interference by those locations I'rocker.broush, Arthur S. Brockenbreush, Tiios. April 1?. 2> 3L H *

ueirt uVceedin!:his eleetiwi, unless% soncr removed {53- Post Makers are authorized tn act as Agents 1 White Chip Jo.I with pre.emntion claim or orhrrwi, the v\arranls Brockenbronzh, George L. BrocSeiibronirh.

lidA1ihc pi.iiuiiui made in this Constitution fur and the nay retain in their! hands lwent\-tjve per f "" Fiench do. will be returned to this OHIce for patent ina ; but if r George t>. hawkins and Mary R. I IIi'.kins f hv < PREMIUM COTTOIi

the removal Judges by addicas impeachment : rent, cf all cubicriptions collected by them, or if White Pame'ia' do. there i is such interference, a new location will be ile, Thcma* W. Brocktmbruugh and John W. TAYLtia tt: >. JP
they it cf the Work 4 Lace and ( ;) th.I }ET.i PropnttcMaf,
prefer a will be
Aed for vviiJul neglect ol duty, or other teasonable copy sent tr French Lace do. made.Warrantee" Prockenbroiigh, intant children uf John W. Crockenbrnugh : Cotton Gin iiar.ufactorvliv i
cay... which shall not be tuthrieitt griJind fcr im- any oaetwelve ci'e't: pratuitouily, who will remit can locate thiir own pre-emrtion deceased, Lucy B MdYvxell! Elizabeth i inaction to announce to Their pattPhiatdtlfp,| "

pc1 nct, the Governor thai' remove any of them I 'four ri2r.s with four dollars.i 1 Crape do. ricit! where the land was pncUitned aid offered at V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret! Cham1 ten enerallf, tliri/nehoot the Coltna *
es Flat, puaSiciale prior to :U March, $S5! ; and where the pun Sims, widow aid administratrix of WilliamW. Cion. flat thev ate prepared to sonj.N pr -rj lL*

Wj! : ProeUtd, ft cftrr, That the c.t', or causet, ; to %lliim H. Chambers. Pulllsher of Tie C Mers" and Boys" China Pearl Hat- tninitrunn price of the Iindis more than one dvilar Sims,deceased, Martha Mason Sims, and Far- of their celebrated 1'RUiu Cia,. any
20 Palm
bai1 be stated at length in such addict, and enter Soil cf the South, Cchnbus Ga. Leaf do and twen'y-fivec per acre, can pay in cash, the ih Carter. Where these Gins hate been >nreo

c ri.> diffrrercc between the cost of the lind, and the a- T appearing to the satisfaction of this Cmut, by be deemed unnecessary for the Mannfjcnilti,8>eiiw **
late.t frt\le I olt. kin
That the cause, or c us.e, hall be notified to the A. V ARE, V i.fJ. 1 case t C.
Juilz Si intended to he rcmovtd ; and he shall be E HURT. ) Publication.C Forsi'eby BYRD & CO. at SI t '- > per acre. No pre-emption rights. attach (:PairS L'rnckenbro'hThomas %V. Brockenbmush, have been brr-nght to such
aJmittt-d tn a i.oaring in bison defence, before any < Gi April 23lSt. 10 3m April 1-2- l'-31. 14 to the alternate section* reserved tn the tntedSla'ts : Thomas W. Brcckenbrougb a.d John W. Bracken their superior performance will nccomeiysi!***ij

I vote for such removal shall pbs; and in -uch cases, Bonnets &c. along the iouu: of Railroads or Canal srougb, infant children of John W. Brockenbrimgli, in reere.ce f" all other Gtn now ino< f
the rote ebili be taken by yeas and nay*, and enter Jefferson Circuit Court.IN Where application is maiJc to this Office by the deceased, and Fari"h Carter,- reside flit of the Stale satisfaction three v ho Late cotustdlheC

*tl oa *H Journals of each H" *e. rene titcly.Stc. CHANCERY. ,TUST r. 'csved a gnu ral si..scrtnx-nt of Lodi and warrantee to locate the warrant, the applicant should /f Florida, beyond jurisdiction (>t !hU Court, but and are uriacquainted; with 'h irrfpufaiiODtnep
2- Bell farttrr mettled, That said vlecticncnali i rfpriii v.ni 1 Sut. r Bonnets, Straw and desisnate the Land District, section of country, cr the United States reed that the
Paul timer, Executor cf f John A. Cuthbcrt, dec'd. -ilk Lint! Flat In ; and that defendants, Lucy prietcrs only say, Fa T Prfnjj!
I tit-n
$ b.' idu-tetl and the theienf triad in Ji-nny lys an.l Infants China particular tract which he wi hes
: return ?, saainst i on the 1 nation I FirockenLrouuh George S. Hawkins and Mary R. have been awarded to them ffr he EESTG1X
Ibo manner now nrc ciibet1, or which may hereafter Jae1; GadiJen.Eitzwi H jam Bvn! aland] the widow i I Pe rl, Lechoni, Paiunuan-J Pjiliii J.jf IlaU, French ma.!e; and where lie tract is specified, it would be, lIaskir.s, his wile, MarzaretChainpHn Sinus, widowerf1 i toiled at the crea State! Fir hld a; A Jant ;CJ
= and Wreaths ,
tie prescribed by law, for the election of member to and hcut& fl JoLis A. Cuthbtrtdeceased. Srrig- (white and cl ir? Coflcrew: audit iaL1be thedniy of the Governor antI colored r5<*.r Matting, Far.. Para>oL, Par".Eolktts t hey are desired, thai in case the trac' first selected and Martha Mason Sim*, reside oeyond the juristic- and Mechanic's Fair, held at Culcrr.bas |

laii ue a nraiswion, under the seal ol the State, ,!i TJPON trmtion r.f l Coiripldini/ it appearinp and Stin SIia lo Bonnet alm. Nttk mind 4h.il! have ben taken, the warramt t can Le located ion of this Courtbut in the Western Circuit ot the annual Fair rf the S* ulh Carolina Iostr; ai a. .,
I lathe peon r<*riifir
f te! Judicial Li! ttict ia \\l2ICtI the clection i iSec. is j J iieG d-dt-n and Filzwiliisrn livrd>all recide beI I For f.de ty HEIR i ItUS1April further delay. In these cases the affidavit It it therefore Ordered, That said defendants te- the first Premiums st the exhibition Giyreived '.
i \ond the limits <-f the State of Florida, the 19 1&51. l Ji,
one inSiuih 15
the taken
ol t before
; ayrlicant, officer
an competent in the WeMrrn Charleston South Carolina and
siding Circuit t/f tl.e State of t loriJa, at evy F1irai .
3. /> ff ftmtr; (flSetevI. That whenever ) Carolina and ihe t.ther in New York, so that to adminisJer oaths, that he is the identical ,
j J person appear and answer the Bill of Complaint fil'-d in sanpleof Cotton fri m them Late letn, exbjt
t the ordinal uf this C\.utt be served Superior Liquors. .
the tirntral A *i'n.Hy! 1jii cicato Suifenuj y [frccc&s cunnu mentioned in the vrarrant, mst the
e (
sj-psrate j acconpin> application. this cause within !\vo months, and t'-e' defendants The Proprietors have in their pcasesIQaLzaa.
| C< urt..ur Chaarcry outt, under t the> pr 1o,1I, uJ dn* t'cnylitutijn, the Jud tii thereof s'laSlbc j // is therefore Grtt'Tctl, That publication be made I'jict. Castillion Brandy, where application hv letter is made lr the District within four month from the date of the publication II I 1 flj450fl Merchanr, and Jlar.ufaefDren cf C

eectcu! in the manner prot iucd in the first section fin, four rnoi.ihsiii a ncnrjuper published in Talla.as.P I "- Ma-leira, Wine extra ouolity, Land Ollkcrs. Where such applici'icn j is made by ot thi-s Order or the said Bill will be taken for cun- !' Gaotl-j, testitvirr that the pfrforrcanceof the

,(11ui act, and /nil) hold their ibices fur the. aoie j 'I) Florida, lequiring aid defcndai.ts Gadsdrri I pure Port Wine, t Ihe A'ttrrv.Guardian, Executor, &c the evidence lcsrd a >
fern,and be ihje.M to all the \>r<>\i iarm of raid fi st j' an J flyrdiall to plead, atfewer. rr dinur to the Bill 1 LbL Iri>h Wbi-key, a very superior article du'.y cettified. of their authority to act, lauat al oaccompanj .ind tt i* further Ordered, That pullicari-! of r celled by any Gins eer raar.nfacfcred.cannot b n
bCiU11 : I'1oeiddh'fefver, T not the Judges of the :j !ot Ccmplajnt on or befcre the Cist Monday in Sep- la bU-re, an 1 :-jr talc low by I application
his: Order be made in some newspaper pobli-hen in All orders fur Gin-', given either orfriTrr
fiapreiJM" Coi.rt hlmU t.e' dectfd !hP ceneivi ticket ; ;j t -ucrj'JflCidd UEO. IL BEST WICI. Hy; a tl I .'!$. : Itt kcticn cf the Act ranking ap- Tallahassee once wef-k for the staee ci four months. local AsenlJ, ci forwarded to the Propnelo
\ br
and the Jaiji- f CcAiit be ekc-! I copy c-f this Order be thl puhhihed February iS. l5l. 6 for tie
( tse Chaarwy shall t for proj'-ialions support of the Govri.ment for' J. WAYLES BAKCR, JaJ e, ic20th mail, with! alv.ays-rtccire pr.>rr.if attention. Gin
rnonilin -
lour herein din-cted
ted by fcener ticket, ut tiistucU, a# the Legit-i fi Morda\ as prior to the said thefi>cal yeir e-idmfe 30t'ii Jun>, 1S52, approved March, Is51. will be sent to any part fcf the ccu&trj, and.
iatbte iii4) duect. j *t Sts.U-tnl.er (1 h.5l ) next. Notice.X March, 15->!, ;t i, n'cted (that no warrant for B untv > Atroecopy-Attest. anted to sttis1actirn.
Ssc. 1. Bf tt .fwtltr fnectcj. Ihat honld a March y. i-s5l. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judze. c mmthft afirr date the undtr-Kp'Cil. Adiubistrator Land i >ue.i u-ider! the Act of 2-th September t / OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. Jog L. DITTOS :

I victncy c'ur in either the S'-tpretne, Chancery, or j A C Iaieeoiy-A1tt.st. G. FIFE Cleik., i-., of the e-ate of Wnlnr! lLBlitkhurnwill pre IS-V*. or by viitue cf any other Act of Com-.ress1 I By HcGi! ARCHER, Jr., L\ C. Columbus, Ga., February Cj, Ia2. 5 ,
Circa Com, l it dt-atli, rcaJ2.aiirn: retmnai, or ;t sent his final acct uut cnJ nucher* to the Jip'' e of lYo- s halt bcl'jrafed on a.', l=nJ which had not thejeto- March 0-2, ISol. 11 -Im
dbUrhe. 3; chdU b (he duly Uil.e G ,vtrnor tci April J2, ;sr.l.; 11 4m bate of JelTir; oti Couity, saul ask fr 2 disc barge from f ore been brought into market and then Mi' jocf to Notice.

(AtI! gi* ; at lfa t si.\t> tlayn* uudce t'.iereof by pro- j Notice. ELI AS LASTING ER. t he C"ur.'y Land Lax cf 2Sth September, IS-VJ, or fT J. HE undersized having race cir.e

danutij.i, and! llie Juag? s a cltctcJ ;o till such va- j A LL perstrsrcctrrs, and lejratcr?, entitled to 1'e1nry 1, 1S51. -1 6m inv other law giantinq Bounty Land except that Middle Circuit of Florida-In Chancery. ment in his tu-.ine3.-s requests ajl perr, .

F canty *\hail cnulinue in ntfice from the time be <;uai.! .dti. distribution w otherwise interested in the os- which had ben prodai'mcJ and oilaed ur sale prior SPRING TERM, A. D., 1931. debt d to call ami *rttl > up In fnnreeyj

jfiei Ut4e >;. c iwtutfei-iu, which sliall be iivued j; fimttediatth tate ol Tli-f> J. Towns-, late < I Jcfersi.-n Coun- Tax Collector's Sale. t o the 3d of March, 1 51.J. Archibald Nicholson, Complainant, r.o books, but sell his coeds erctcsirery forosi

; alter the final car.va of th" vote* bj j H tv, Flt'rjdadceabed: are hrtb noli&Hl to exhibit virtue EUTTCRFICLD, M. produce, and by so dnir.j he wilt be ablHostHjj
ct the power vested in me by law, I t ihe lowest living which; he
which hUicturti i idlcruijieu : Protidedliovxrcrt !j i7at their claiir. and demands within Uvouaislrora this BY hive levied and will Coimjs.ioner. James Nicholson and William N. Av 'ritf, Executors prices prelaws to fc,
upon to stle.btloretl and his old cu.-lt-rr.era and ether,
expose vulur
; Should it becom ucce *uy to fill any uch va- : date to the undersignedn thesanje will be barred ; t :e Court House djor, in the to.\n of '4admon May 3, 1551 17 Cw cf Milcoim Nchuhmondeea'ed, Wilt-t Bl b w- requests >'i
I' buy low, to give him a calL He has CD hand
befoie election be held u'idei the and all indfhted i p4asoitiaent
an can
cancv pioviaios persors to deceased, are itt, Administrator on iheesfateof Arabella BItr\-
t tt.e first Monday of June next, at the usual h.
uc ol Summer 4'f Shots, Hats, Caps, UUnkets.CcTci
*of this Con.itu1ion, the Governor kl.aU hate questrd make irrmediate Clothing-
i to paytaetit to aulhoiiK iIt'deceased, Burrell Hinson and his
ray Mary wife
ale, to the hi he-t bidJer the .
lolbwinz d crit.cd! u andVoultea Goods i.c., Jcc.. fir family and !bu.
t the powrr to fill uch vacanc> by appomtocnt, and K aent and attorney, WILLIAM EUDD, at Mtnticello Land, hing aud being in the County of Madison :A I- CLAlIK has just received from New York, et a!., Defendants. {
F file |>er cn so appdii.toc! tliali hr S51. 52 RICHARDS.
date of his con.tiatni until hi* tucccssor thail be
duly el Tte.1 ar.1 qudlifitd. j M.LSV A. TOWNSEND, Adui'x. E as; ibm- property ot J. S. Patterson, to the most rez-.irithle terms, at thewr1, K-iown store on I Averitt. and Wiley Elewilf,three of the Defendants Notice.
r Sec 5. Bit futifur fnuelfl, That the second Jefferson Co'inty, A.ril] 12, 1 Sii. 11 3m tae audcu-tsdijifon' same lor the 1S15 pay Monroe St.. formerly oicupitd by Clark .t Stillnan. in said Bil!, reside out of the State of Florida arid I

I *ectinn of<*id act to amend thetivelfih ctaui>e<.f tiif i iConstitu'ion '47, Mx.MLi, and 'tj. ears 4G. Also a fine lot of Cloths,Fancy and Black Doe-skins, within he limits of the State of Georgia : SIX months after date, I shall apply to the H*

ol tlii State, and adopted by the third I i Eounty Lands and Pensions. ireN J of theN W \ ..f Sec 20, T1R5, for Cashmarettes, Col'd. and WHfe Lulling, Drap'Kte, i* Ordered, That the slid James Nicholson, Jutis of Probate for the County etteta

end fourth General% Aosecibliefi as aforesaid be and 'rMIEundmigncd.havinsrmade arrangements with taxtd, A.C., due lroti ISIS to 1SOO.AUo White ai.J Fancy Marsaille?, Satins and Fancy Silk William i".. Averilt, and Wiley Bewittappear! and for lcttergof final disir.bsion as AdmutMfratoriflli

the tune i s h'rc ;> abnl. !u'd : i ut it i is lierrby provtded i j JL a coujpettct and experienced Agent in the Cliv the i E i N K \ Sec 11, and W J X W \ Ser Vc>.tin??, which he is prepared to manufacture in I answers-aid Bill of Complaint according to law, estate of James Blatklidge, late of said L'cunivts.eased. .

that the General Assembly shall, by the con- I j ,of Va'hiatn, aid being now pruiidttl with the 12, T 1, 1 R 9, X and E, purporting belocg: to J. J.Utiderwood such a manner as to please the most fastidious.AJfull otherwise the same shall be taken pro umfetto 23to c .
eorrewt Vute of the two llouws Iheieof at its j EDWARD BLACKLIrCE, Adn'r.January
next -ALO- them:
I approved and requ-ile foims, will attend to the colIfCtion for taws due! therein from lb4to 1S30
regular. es i on, elect SJtne perton t. fiii the vacancy !1!' cf Claim* by powers ol atlorncv lor Bounty THOMAS M. ANDERSON, assorment of Shirts, Drawers, Kid and Thread I Provided. That a copy of this Order be published 25, Is5l. 3 Cm

, abb uill ccurbj expiration ol the U-rin of olhce ['Lands, Pension*, and Claims for Losspt nod Service Sheriff and ex oiEciaTax Col. Madi oti Co. Gloves, Collars, Half-Hose, Col'd. Muslin and bilk once a v-.itk for the space ot four months in the:

tinvv the Iwo >car tern, under > upon the Uiiited States Goveriiinent.OlSictrd November 3>J, l-j.'yj. 47 Cm Cravats, Hdkf, Boots, i.c. FloriJian 4: Journal, a newspaper published in tl.jof Notice.S1xm0.thi .
the rrovmions ot aid second sc lsI2 of
or any _ -
Jerpui: aS-rte cljred to l$e a'tolulied. A J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJre. .- and vouchers tolls Jonotih'iJud
of the Indian wars since JTlflJ, are nlitl'd in 13otin- B. CLARKE,
FIFTH GF.MCU ti. .; staznLy.-Pvf'i the Senate ty Land under the late Act cf Congress. Tor =er- (FnRr.n.Y CJ.\RKt ILTAV1XG s'rILL3IA, ,) Just Received and for sale low by JOHN ERSKINE, eof Probate cf LeonCiuaty.aJen
l/y l' e aitiiunal! taaj'>ny! December 13, 1650. xicoa rendered, a moderate Solicitcr aid oi Counsel! fi-r Complainant.A the estate cf George W. Kartell, hate cf Len
| compensation will! be J. M. WILLIAMS
Rape4 the llouse of Rt.preentative by the Conttiinsjurjty charged, upcndelhcn of lie warrant or the t.. purchased the interest of Mr. true copy from the record :Atic-rf, County, deceased, and apply for a final' dischar.

tiaiiiaI December 23v 1SU. tcllected. D P. HOGUE.Cl. .amount 1I. Sulliran in their old bj-ine-j, can bet MAXILLA and Cot Rope, assorted sizes, R. C. LESTER, Clerk. from the admiautratmn cJ said estate.EENJAMIN .
I J-r found at their old stand on Monine street, Spades and Axe, March S ISol. J 4m BYRD. Aiort.
(\ 2.3 March 29 1S51. 12 HUTCHIXS. where he will receive in a few dajs from New York Weeding I hoes Patent ditto, Fort fario'mrr. January H. IS51. 2 fm
one of the most cosnplete asjoitrnents tf Hta 4h ACT to anond the Seventeenth Clause of he Spider*,
Filth Article: ot the Constitutien <>t this Slate.SccrtoN Notice. Clothim* and Gentlemen's Fancy Goods Old and Youn Towa cnd'b Sarsnpanlla, MIDDLE! CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.IN Notice.
1. lie it tnnettd ly the Stuvte and ever ( IIr.J in: Ibis rairket. AN Jloztt of Il'pretrntatitft of the State of Florida SIX months after date, I j-lm'l' apply to the Judjc tnent of French, Knzli h, and Belgian Cloths, Chain?, CHANCERY. SIX Honorable Jcd e of Probate matidfcrtb
Probate t-1 iJadison C-.uiity fey letters of disinis Black and Faney Jnfkins and Cfissiitiers, Black Archibald Buie arid Ann Bui ?,the vrifeof said Archibald
< disinissioD
tn Genera! _fi* nJconvened.. That the Seventeenth Strap IIin e'. Patent Balance. CflO Ib<. County cf JefTerM, for letters cf zn
C'iuse r,( the Fifth Aiticle cf the Con>titulioa ioa frorn tlie administration of the estate of ai.'l Fizuetcd .SWA1 Satin, Caihmere, and I'elcil Spevin Knives and Needle, iVrcasMim Cap, and J.-hn A., Daniel G., Sih- P., Elizabeth, discharge as Executrix of the last wilt and tea-
Daniel Flirta, deceased.SA.MUCL. fitiiihich he is preparrd l to manutacture al Mary Ann Marqarf t, and Frances C. Rate, infazi i hateot said Conntyd.
f this State be, and the same is hereby, foaraeaJcd Coffee Mill- Cotton Can*, thermometers. meat ot Jane M. liar,
WILLIAM?, Adn'r. the tao! t Io-t notice and ir, this most api; roved stjlf.T children cf s.aid Archibald and Ann iuie, ANX WST.
L as to read as fellow*,to wit : Thf e shall Cut Xiu, Wro.s! ht ads! Horse Shoe Nails,
l>e nn? Sajcitor for each Circuit, who shall retidethereio : March 2-2,1651.; II Cm e cmnmuuiu_ g.efallb are respectiutli re''ic3t&tI V.rin'-or! anti Cane Scat Chair. Willow ts. Jefferson County, February ?, 1S515 60
call arid tk Wagons, __________ _ _
to cvanmie roy M<> Ltfoie purchu iii tUchere. Council B. Alien and his wife Susannah Allen, and I ------
and eiall! -
be elect r-d b the Tucket Tul
> qualified voters Southern Kutual Life InsuraTnce Pjun: Si.-ve. Trav, Erooni-s,
cf std Circuit, on the lirfcl Monda\ in Oc'ober, in !1 of Louisiana. \\ llahasw.OctoSer! 1 I. IsO. 4( Potash Sal Soda, Indigo, Glue. Mider, their children, Finetta Sheffield ar.d her hr.-.ba.d I G. K. DAVIS,

the yearoiie thousand .ijrht !iundicdand fifty-three,, | JJ"AV1XO tx--n appointed Agent for tl eal/ove Com Notice. SifEcn's superior 5 s Tobacco, Rail Rtioil Snuff Jefferson PryanSbefreld F. AllenLaura, William II.C.Allen.Allen Joseph Susannah Allen, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and every fur je r 'thereafter, or ut t SUCh times as I J-j. paav.unJ JL-CIHCIK it .tmt&-.ary to licu!>9 the) SIX months fr'-m this date, I shall apply to the Kio, LaiVra. and Java Cvffee. coarse A fine Salt, C. Allen, and Tkitza Ann Allen, aud- taken np his abode at Tallahassee,and ml

the General Assc-rnb'.y? may bv law jire cribe, and t ]I inportammee 021'l nilvatge uf the mutual in.tnntctprmdpe c of I'robatef Gad den Coui.tv f 1'r Ittfrrs Sperm"Adamantine, Star and Wax Candles! Daniel McRaeny.rT HAS in the Conrtscf the JLddle VB&+

K? jl1 receive h-A."for his services a compensation to bjJhed : xo'j1l rt-pecfulk iicit the cctaiikratior; of dimis-iou frnm the adn
by uI the cXtlztns of Tallaima'ee and \lcinitj. An irJrItlathu of Jbha B Dun, tVceasd.M Green A Ulk. Tea, Pickles Lemon Syrun Claret, affidavit made in this ease, that Finetta ShtSetd March 9.1S.10.muiv 9

SEc. 2P eit furtJitr tnaetrJ, Tha s-jch dec- relative to it,can 1 be obtained bv callinsr'on the !. A. DURR, Atlminirater.Gadsden Soda and Butter Crackers, line Apple Cheese, and her husband Bryan Sheffield, dj tot reside in
. lions llbe held and conduri 1 Sale.
and the for
<< returns Bacon, Lanl, Hour. Macktiel Valuable Plantation
S. S. KX1GHT.SO County, January 19,1S51. 2 Cm this State, but in the State of Georgia, so that -
thereof made, in the name tnanncr as is nmv precrjb 1E3O 47 Loaf and Cru-hed Sugar, vizIi the usual good aswrtment proces HE PLANTATION recntiie late Jio *
of be
tf"I Miiipoena cannot served them
d by t.\r, or may heir-alter be prceciibed by _- JOHN PHATORiUS of articles in the Dry (Jtmds ; // M therefore Ordered That upon aid defendant's: i Bird fvrmcrlv reM*.d, b Leon CoimT.1

jt., fertile election ci tueuibei to Congicss Jrenj I UST rcctivf/I an-1 for fale hv O. C. BYRD oft'o, Shoe. Hat., Hardware, Cnt-kery. Saddlery, Finetta Sheffield and Bryan, Sheffield, andanswer Lake Erie, containing 40 acre cf'which toOt

this Stale. J lOibbkXal.MacU-ra" [or Titr. LATE i IHM or UVI.L & i-KATontfj,] Coach Triininins and ime"tic Ijne the Bill cf Complainant's filed in apnear this are cleared, and under eulnvatioa On the pteui

firtu Gcxrs At, AMBMDI.Y Passed the Senate 20 Ll!s. I'iiie Flour. ',3t \70ULD inform hi friends and the public Room is required to enumerate Fancy Articles. within fuur months from the fist publication of can this e a comfortable frame Dwelling Qocse w th

If! tba Constitutional major Decetnbc-r 31, 1S51.J'ajscJ 20 Kuks RIO Coir-e fZ\ V that I.-lias taken the store Lvtely occupied (Condition next week.) Order, or said bill \\ill be taken fur confessed againstthem. ceiry out houes, Jtc. This PLmtatka. a
the Hou-.e ol nppu-sentativfs by the Crnsti.k 10 packs Java Cotft-e. liv C. IL Blood uid 19 1P51. the ui WTV.IWW.
._ adjoining the store lately April 15 advantages,as it adjoins pneyT
k tuCa u'ijerity, JuQ'j4t5 b, IsOl. 1 tierce Itice occuj ied by Bull d t Pratoriiif,v.here he will Le plead J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &.c. the famre t*vcrv good fi>r cattle and logs.

lu bUs. Drown Scgmr. to attcn J to the calls and \vautd t-f tho'c who may Leli.pocd Clothing4T A true copy-Atte-f, nf-rtand Gei>nu Pt-JikK-ad will p6CK 545 ttLli

Orricr. PF SECRET'\nv or STATE, 3 LWs CrueU'd and Powdered Sugar. < to patronize Lint in his line <>f Lu.iuepAHe UST received a general assortment of Gents and O-CAR A. MYERS, Clerk. O vards cf the dwelling and I tLmk*iHgo'
cf Stated doTiereby
; Krciai> April) 12,1851. H1 "ji' .' 'f ('k/t; ( iaiarce, i stinqs p lowL by HEIR RUST. aad when tlii CLad U c.jupleted. wLiib
L tote
t and
certify loregoitg true cornet Fancy Gvodi ; (11*>, a general aiisurtiiifnt cf Apiil 19,1S51 15 In Chancery. tract, to be done hv the 1st c-f Jarnay 1'
cfipiti of theoii itial Act on file at my office, and! THE TRUE MEDICINAL Road Till Pit
3)trewrith published ia pnrmsnce (T the |>rovmon of 7;7; A I> YJ/A I)E (JL O TJIIX O, IX JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. Plantation en then nule line of the fcr B*

Constitution relative to Aiacadtrtut and Re\i- COD LIVER OIL All of WhiCh, I tutur tiivK-lC are t-fiualin tyle and Corn, Oats, and Hay. Jji'lfur Partition and Distribution of Ettatt. for ctnTcnience. ttc. It i i* now offered T'P!'

: onof the Constitution. the quality, and 'jt>ue at , IH any others that will Le barsrain. Persons desirous of purchasia
USEFUL in cure ot! Scrofula, Consumption, BUSHELS heavy white Corn, Alexander Scott Admini-trator of Aaron B. C. Scott call \rho w5110'
C. \V. DOWNING Secretary Slate.S ; f-.und'in thi-i market lie will give iiartieular attention on Joseph Chaire-s EM,
Bronchitis .J i a u
,Coughs, 20:$ Oats
deceased at
to his Lu'-uii-NS and lie will merit liberal land. For terms, .ic, apply to me DP'Fort
.11ay !b5l.f :7 Ota I and al. dme4e] ol the Chc- at'd Lun ft. FLi.JanuarvlSISSI. ,
from the Stransburv,
ot tins valuable medicine is j'nt t received, which is patrtioage public.Nouuibvr Now landing from Brig! : Urnnu. and fir ale LvMcXAUGIIT David E M. Scott, and other
For Sale. warranted -3, 1850. 46 tf
and of
pure superior .
very quality.Fors i
ORilO D. TN this cause, it appearing from the allegations of .
A LIKELY nero GIRL, about 14 years cf age, !leby LEWIS & AMES, Pure Sulphate of Newport, March 22,1851. 11 1. of the hill, verified by affidavit of Complainant --
f\ tHed May 2.7. I'M: ) 20 TalfahassepFla.
to pUiitation woik. New Vtnk
accrj- -
that Defendant, E. M. Scott, does not reside in tb eState Notice.
5 lanre taken in lIE sububers have on hand two hundred and Notice.
Sight T of Florida, but Las fled to parU unknown no tout tLat
Exchange ,
April IS5I.: 15 S. S. KNIGHT.( filly ounces ol Sulphateof ( .'iinine, which fhe\ cnder>i-ned hereby give notice
of the Unht-d States TilE
months after date. I shall apply fo the Judge : fr2'official
NEW Y015K, SAVAXXAH, and MACOXfcr have obtained diiect from the manufacturers, aid I SIX t.fficesvfll be open for tie
ON Probate for Gadsden for final settle It is therefore Ordered That the said David R M.
Cout-ty a
Just Received. sale, ia sums to suit, byThOMAS they will warrant it to be a sir :rior article. bu.-ir.es, from 9day's to 2 clock,every W
menUnd discharge fnnthe estate of Hardy Shepanl. p. Scott appear and answer, plead or demur to said Bill]
J !PERKINS. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medi excepted.
1A OH BwsnnLS CORN, October 12, 1S3(). 40 Agent; Marine Hank.INSUKANCEOMPANy does by recent an ivali",and are prepared to execute deceased. E. S. SHEPARD. Adm'r. wi or before the first Monday in June next, or the The noct >ity an J propriety of w
1UUU 10,000 S.dfP. Garden CcuntyJanumary 11. IS51. 1 Cm same will he taken for confessed as to him and set
pounds ,
m"css areLvw
orders lor at tides in our line, at wholesale or rettil, hours of Lu in j.uoUe tes,
p 6,000 Shoulders, AETNA down fir heariinjM parts: Provided. That this Or- to
on the most accoramodstin<; terms. and usage, and are too obvioc M'
120 barrels Flour, HARTFORD, COXNKCT1LUT: Wt* have also! a few accounts yet due to us forth.a Pork. tier btf published for tour months weekly in some new ation.

20 Ti.rk, UILDIXGS, Storks, and Cotton in Ware-house year 1S19. They are generally iti small amounts, Qf\ BARRElS Me. Pork,landing from Brig Urn paper published in Tallahassee prior to'said first llon- C. W. DOWNING, Secr1 5tf

20 Whifckey, B insured against less by fire. but if the whole could be paid shorth it would gofr OLnu*, anJ for tale l>v (Ltv m June.January JOHN BEARD, Corn
10 Mono3triliela Whiskey..Also 'AUGHT AORilOND.. Slh, 1551. HAYWARD
to'.vardsli.uidatingcei1ain aunts tshicli .e ose W. R. ThjJY1
a large supply' it every kind of Groceries, January 2 IS50. 3 LEWIS fc AMES, LEWIS &. AMES. Newport, March C2, 1S51. 11 TII03L\S ILVLTZELL, Judge 1) S. WALKER
which will be Fold t s low or at lower prices than Acents, TaliahaMee. June Q, 15'). 21 A true copy: R S. IIAYWARD, cerztTc
anyntherhoutfe in this place. Call the subscri C. O. FIFE Clerk.
at uouee, tougar, &oap, cc.I Febrnary 1,1831. 4
ber'* before purchairg elsewhere.jprilUMb5l. Blacksmithing.nderi'i1rncd New uoods.a SACKS COFFEE January 18,1851. 2 4m
15 S. S. KNIGHT.Boots. F respectfully inform, Q ,
r111I the Public generally that, laving O PENING large and carefully selected stock cfJapaned JL t7 10 barrels Stuart's yellow Sugar, Leon Female Acaderay.

employed a superior Horse Shocr, h is lirilania, and Bright Metal XVare, 5 Pilot Bread, In Gadsden Circuit Court. Trustees of the Leon Fama1C

DOZEN Pair of Bru k* Patent Shank IVof now prepared to execute all work in that Hue in a Consisting in part of Tta and Coffee Pots, French 5 Crackers, SPRING TERM, 1851. T this method of informing tie puL

I April 5 i, 1851. IS: JAS li. OAMHLHPJovvs. superior manner, and on usual terms. Coffee Filteier Pitcher*, Candle Sticks of different 70 Loses family Soap, 0. M. Williams, ) hATe opened the above Institution &
P. PAYXE. qualities,Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake Doses, 24 ft.j>mor Tobacco, Ac, Ac. Attachjncnt: tendence f.f W. P. CrxxrvcH-ix, owluch

June 39. ISSO. 25 IT CannUtrr, and a variety of other articles, which Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale by Charles Ifeerton. ) A"BBIJ psit *500' Institution TviU afford all the aJ' '

C)t *\ CAST Sweeps ia 6tort>, anti for Nile at low the/ otTer for sale on reasonable terms. McNAUGHT A ORSlOND. lIE definilant and all others interested in the thorough and refined educaticn Ve 14'!
M. D. PAI'T. Also, en hand a fall and extensive stock of Tin Newport, March f-51.. 11 T the
OU ,
JAS. 13. GAMUL11 on such a ft-otinjr a* to obviate
rates. MAXWELL & PAPY Ware cf every description, manufactured here by above suit, will take notice of the commencement knoi
AprJ5, 151. 13 ATTORNEYS: AND COUXSEL1XRS, good woikmenand ai fair prices. Bacon Lard &c. thereof and plead to the same acc"rdinjj to law. tug our children from home to acquire
Lead Pipe, Shetl Lead, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern A. K. ALLISON, Term per Session of FC

Law Firm.BEARD TALLAHA&SKE, FLOUID.i.Fetruary Pumps for sale. I'm Roofing Guttering, and Job 4 CASKS" Bacon Sides, March 22, 1851. 11 Attorney for Plaintifl The First Class, in wlacbwillbtaug1ta1Id

A BHEVATID will jmictice in en-partner 8, mi. fi Woik executed faithfully and with despatch. 10 2 barrels Shoulders Mess Pork, branches of an English Education -
pI! the Courts of the Middle Circuit cfHonda. T. WHITE & CO. 25 Flour Greek, if desired
H. BRADFORD, September 2 1, 1650. 37 tf LL creditors entitled distribution Second Cla Reading. G
Office ia TalLhassce. barrels persons, legatees, to 1- -Spelling
2 and 10 Leaf Lard A
JOHN BEAUD) TTrY AT LAW 15Vhikiy.kegs. or otherwise interested in the estate Arithmetic, English Grammar, }fttnw r

T. IV. IiREVARD.Febrwiry1.1El. Madi Notice. of William Wyatt.Uteof Ihihisboreugh County.Stat tory, Composition, Ancient arid ilodtro ,
Court House
on Florida. Just received Schr. Barnard and
for sale by
4 tf SIX months after dale, I shall apply to the Hon per of Florida, deceased, are heti by notified to exhibit tory, Recitations.
January; 1R, 1851 2 tf Judge of Probate (for the Couutv of Gadsdm McNAUGHT A ORMOND. their claims and demands within twoyears from this TAird CIa pelling.flg. &'

Shoes. 1 f\ 1'IECES PLAIX fSTllAW JIA1TIXG for letters of final dismission as Admin Newport, March 22, 151. 11 date to theunder-igned, or the same will be'barred ; raetic, Geography, Uttory, Enghsh

T AD1ES and CtuU Kullxr Ovcrfhoe\just reccirJJ 1U 5 Colored istratrix of the estate of William WcGriflf, late ol and all persons indebted to the said estate will makeimmediate mar, 1*?
do. slid County deceased. CHARLES W DOWNING Writ' j{
ed. JAS.JLGA3I13LE. Fourth CTiw-Spdling. Reading, ,
For enle
by C. C. BYPtD i Co. payment.BENJAMIN
April December 3t 1S.V: (). fiO ani Tallahassee Florida. Sheriff anJ ex officio Administrator. Frencb, Tihrs

Hats. Tampa, March 29, 18S1. 12 St BY This
Goods. For Sale. OfCce
Spring tr at the Capitol
li RUST soitment
ore now opening an .
HEIR subscriber ji A LIKELY and able ncgroc fallow used to the March 15, 1651. 10 tf ------ ,
Sjring Summer Hats, ol lie vtry UtcslApttl opcninj to-day a small invoice Notice.
IJonuct ilibbon Turpentine bufciucss-t be sold low by the sub- -
,rl.. 1 I9.1S51.Wanted. 1.5 Dress Goods, *, Horcnco Silks, Brandy
4crhich he otrcre at very low priees.Apr115 Bcribcr. S. S. KNIGllT. FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. SIX months after date, I shall make application CASK Brandy
; 1851. 13 JAS. R April 19, 1851. 15 the Honorable Judge of Probate in and forth 1 Tery wiprior
OAMBLE, ____ (nt EIGHT or THOUASVILLE ,) 5,1851. 13Notice
NEAT un'1 cwnfirtahly fumiJied) room and .- County cf Jefferson, for letters of dismission and discharge
A board with a rf i oclable planter reciding eorne11Mre Spring and Summer Goods. Now or Never. PRIVATE BOARD, oU things included,at $10 per as Executor of the last will and testament ofEbenezer This

% etwoen Tullalt-iHwe wil Qnmcy, fir n gentleman received general assortment of Spring and BARGAINS to be bought of the subscriber, imme- Travellers Accommodated, 'jnihoutLiqvor Folsom, late of said County,deceased- ,

and Iat!). IWt of r ft-rcnc will be pvrn.aiirew .- JUST Goods, to which we I invite (he attention likely negroe girls. Approved New ,a heap cheaper than Cottc-n selU.P. All persons herein interested,are hereby notified accordingly. T HAVE on hand &t th$

I'Ieae 1''. d: A.atjlii Office,btuting term and if buyer before purchasing cjbcwheie. YOlk acceptance taken in pnvment for ame-rail on' P. SMITH. HARDY MOORE -L fair price* two famihiO of

Itiration. MBV S 1851. 17 April Il, lb51. 15 hEIR & KUSf. April 19, 1651 15 S. S KXIG11T. January 18, 18511 6m Jefferson County, December 7, 1E40. -IS em April 19,1S51.iT .