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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 31, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; Br' CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, MAY. 31, 1851. VOLUME III----NO. 21. .


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prritt for the Floriian &JOUrn1) j dining;; ; apartment Immediately iter-dinner j I room assignedhis cousin and himself. After| fear the influence others." at this time. I will allow you a week or so to From t!Dubin LTnirrrity Jfagvinr.WELCOlC .

I FIRST LOVE. Mrs. Marion and her son repaired to an ad. j i[i arranging his dress, he with the Major went No, Arthur-you need allow no such consider the matter and to cbnsclt your rela AS }'OWER IN HAY.

THE I joining room, and entered into conversation j i;i to the clerk of the house, for tha purpose of I painful fears to hold a place in your breast. tives." At d.clnin! a maLl pat twining,

BY c. n. D. i After enquiring about the friends whom Arthur :|. making the necessary\ arrangements board. I am: now as of old devoted to 'ou." Very dear Arthur, and now we are dys tlliuing with wild flowers gay; .

f otiinurd from our last.) had made in Europe, she said, i As he made his way along the passage, Joseph Adella, you can hardly imagine the joy at the gool, come up into our parlor and j nut her }heart it was ore, and the tear* IwcUc o'er,
( I Her eve at the door, that ia }
ovorWly two years b ti- And now, un' dear son, I will approach Manning, who was standing upon the that mother's letters always brought to my rest yourself." Cf ere Iy.

! \fr will plSS lb. now a !lovely maiden of mm- sulyeet in which you are deeply interested.j .- I t steps, remarked to a young friend, I I heart. To receive your fond remembrance a..d Just as they stepped in the door, they met "AnJ. tke" aLe cried tr her youruj heart pride

ltnce irnn-lli:1\dt: > : North \\ith! her uncle's farn-j j! As I have already written to you, Adella i is I That is a handsome young fellow with hopes for my health and success, were to me young Manning with his friend Marston. A true From jour- (. fllhbrJt;on spoken this holy, clay,

i *::1, 'is tofjHTted;; to bo at home by the livingiihhor mother's !brother: Maj. Haynes1 I I Il:1yn<>sworth-tlo you know him, :Maiston ?I" pleasures of such ur.sper.kable value. While After they passedIrton: observed, .That may not broken these Cowers of May. '

I I 1 il. l .t.prs,jams. I 1It has ben appoints to I II 1 worth. The cause of her leaving the residence -I i.I I do not-I sa ,him pass through with a travelling on the Cor.tinent cue summer in ")Inning, you are going to attempt to .In life, and In b if hold to .

I !.::,she "I: Iii c,-ss-*")n* Salisbu- '!!! of her unclo> :Manning: was this-lIe I young man just now, hut I have not been I company with Lord Salisbury and his sisicr sail against and tide if you seek to oppose Keep ever deth,, ,you Vill be sweet your in fit decay;
;L":" rttNot.old: )pIZt ArtliurV: health )has greatly t..1 I endeavored to effect a marriage between his able to learn his name.'hen he leaves the I I was by her gay and companionable disposition that young chap." Come joor or t'ite l come ia sickness o health

nU, jjj hi' naturally! persevering characf -;; son and Adella. Her uncle opened her letters ollice we can refer to fie books, awl will byj I often reminded of the jewel I had Well, Marston, this night I wi mae I To my heat you'll b welcome a flowers.in May.

'::' :. [lat tt' frequently: 1 1 been compelled tocruub :: and endeavored to pry into circuimtan1 that means ascertain.. Bye the hyebnlling'l: left in my native land. She conversed like known to her my love, and if 1 C Yet oh! if ever, when wide seas serer,
r''h 15 flf : h'h'ly weakness, and this! ac. I 1' wiLl which he had no "tight to interfere, I II you: appear to be terribly! tJtuii with! your I you-s.ang like you-and: was disposed like !t j think it time to despair; but I can assure you'I'I II Our heats! 3 ou waver in iith to me, ,

[ to I'8' not hi lJing the first place' in I:I J and this finally brought about the separation! j fair young! cousin you pay her such devoted !j you-but her style of beauty was quite different -I! it would be a union of vast importance to' A true Irish maid will never npLmJ
(J !}for day\ aftor: the commencement. I i I rectived: a letter from Adella in which she |I attezi;tie1!.:' I -JILTS was a large lustrous black eye I both of us. Our two estates together would i Af.cODi betrayed-from tha you're Cree

$dass.Tit"! ]bk: friend travelled together to1frpCl !! btated that they would remain for about six i Well] Marslon, I am inclined to love the but not so express-he as your own and-" constitute one of the prettiest properties in .I set small store upon golden ore,

-ttarnn \vliTe Arthur was to take the I i weeks longer: at Saratoga. She also rejuestmo -j gill 1 but she is said to 'be already] engaged.Her .-I ". Dear Arthur, excuse my interruption, but Carolina." | The 111 hand not love that yon the toil more for wealth loved from soil.the sea; .

rle. f r his "long: dcse.led home" I to use my influence: !! with! you to travel lover is expected daily from Scotland, really he has:: learned you to flatter. Do not 4' Ah, Manning, there is your error. You } Free from J or from on o spoil own,i is the hand for meTe r*
'; ; : Lord Salisbury observed, I.I when you anived, and said that she would j where he has been for over four years at college. endeavor to make me vain for you know it i is sue for gold-:Marion, it is, plain to see, for half fart
'I I bleJsing ,
Dr'a"r1h; Marion( \ I feel pained at the! idea! of'! advise me of her change from place to place, '! ." 'I not natural with our sex." love. Depend upon it, Marion succeeds." r .ond strong sobs!p.ken teas man spoke ;

.' fftii wnnrato from: a fiend who has en- j I so as to enable you to meet the family. As j "erhapp!=, Manning, the young man with I Adella, can you bilieve that I could flat. ,r el to-night Marston, I shall know my One bleeding of hearts and yount youth departs spryer:
10,,-ro'himself! around my heart by so many'nfr 'I! you propose travelling foryour health,it will be I Major: Ilaynesworth may be her intended." ter such celestial beauty zs yours ?t' doom. i The maid weeps alone in the silent air. a
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//if..,:.rod... qnaliiii'S., I I'!hope to 1 keep up, n 1 as uvJ!! to delay as little as necessary.: Name 0, that cannot be. Marion was a |'lay- I Arthur, you are h'corningincorrigible.. f 1 can: prophecy your defeat, because Full many :ecore that Tounar maid counted o'e. .
. ('.*.-..; t'c im>Bpondtnce with you, so that ]I I'year day for starting: and: I think your cous1 mate of my early! days;, and I couIJ iiiiniediately ;. j, You might have been pardoned for your flattery I your motives are too -apparent, while Mari j i Of day--dawns and night f.dL-a year to the day;
1 tis; Xt of I'.Midship: which glows I in our '1 in Francis will accompany us.Ve will recognize him." when yet a boy you made love to me, on's love, can be seen luLls eye." : When sadly cnce more, at the eat by the door,
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: ...r-ft ml'mlY: nOt\ : rpre.oJ" .: ." I I U1(>(Major: Ilaynesworth and family, and it I At th'u moinaist: Arthur: turned and eai.l. !j but now that the nntured experience of age .I I So the youth &before, on that eve in May.

: "V :,"v''1'' fricad, I shall be a coneorrspodelit I, will be a source intense delight to yourself Major, I bfe Joe Manning! will! go and j is upon your tide, I would think that you [Concluded ncx wcck.JThe For the love of that maid, Trherever he strayed,
YI'5.I|: I him from de- j I would be ashamed --- ---- I Kept Us soul from stain and hi* Lands from guilt;
t, and I that I can | and Adella, besides having: agreeable: travel. speak to though perhaps recent to exercise what Cornelia --
regret
:: I he not be disposed this ". First Discoverer: of Gold.It I Like a angel from God, tl his feet retro.l
Mrs. as friendly terms talent. Calforia
iTljtattde }ou: logo to my much lo.et11'm :. ling companions.: Ilaynesworth was vclopcmcnts may acquired The cherished first
!: I could chow so much i ijirjnU I exceedingly anxious that I should go with I II towards me as formerly." I She looked up archly! into his face, and he is generally undertood : gold of I so h dwelt
? you .
( V1 ni1 entertaining and instructive {|I her, and meet YOU in New York, but then I 1 would not care how he actsd, I would !: rei pH I California: was first discovered in the mill- :I bring you no "tore of the bright gold ore,
ct be it best to remain here until speak to him at :tnvrate." "ledVcll little think that race at Culloma, in the spring of 1849. Wej I Bet poor as before, I rptc to decay;
smooth:! and: glassy: lakes, broad and no. j thought ,you are I my fairy, you : my my bride I've no wealth but broken health
or;,Lrirersbeautiful: : l groves( great mountains, I!I|: lived." Whv* Joe," exclaimed Arthur, "how arevout" I absence has 1 been at loast of some benefit tome j"I think it was discoved by an American some lop withered and dead a thesojIoweH. of May."
I ** Mother I anxious to if I have thirteen years ago, on the middle branch of
the talent
exceedingly see ,
am .. even only acquired
,, and in Cue a I I The maiden her lore
',J>:niir! cataracte: ( scenery ha prest true her
'"*:":":'. alo: fill' the; mind;' with that sublime .I: Adi-lla, and as soon asVveryoa: are prepared, Manning grasped his ofFered! hand, andlooLing | of flattery.' It is as well too that one should! the North Fork of the Yuba River. H2 joyful h't..tc no duht delay t; beat

t vk wli.1! i F ovor engendered by the iht;, j jtioffreat I will!! be in icadinc to attend you'" carnally! iito: his face rojili-'il, i learn to (latter, for the ladies always! appreciate I While we were encamped, about year I 11 arms sighs, yotirntlf I prize.
w tlio nrngniiicent, the beautifuL'1ny "I Well, my dear Arthur, 1 shall! name the '. You mu.-t be some familiar: friend. but for a littlo of it, if well! directed. So I have since near the head water of this stream, an '0 ray heart you are vtleome at.weT in Ja9."

t 1itsi.d: tlieir: time in conversing to. '. day upon which the next packet sails." the life of rae I cannot call: Jour uamc or even :; gained one point in my favor by becoming so American trapper came to our tnt for anight's THE"TURKISH DRESS.-Quite an excitement
| The remainder of the time Arthur features." noted flatterer." lodging, having that afternoon arrived
employed rccogniz i
whoa had arrived at your as a the
i !mid they I.h'er-1 I was produced at steamboat landing
f-'Ji,ooi asceruiiu'a: ikat the next packet for New ( himself in driving his fair cousin, and in I Well, Joe, have yon forgotten the crm- '. But, Arthur, your handsome self and noble I! in the neighborhood after a journey of several day before yesterday, at the of

\'drk' : \nuU! sail: ujwn the morrow. Arthur ,,: the delhj'.itful society of her brother, a youngLawyer panion of your boyhoods days, Arthur :Ma- mien wi make all the girls fl in love |I hundred miles from the vicinity of the Russian -i couple of ladies with the short appearance Turkish a
I
At* His wasSm.. F. dress
and few minutes beH !: of remarkable talent, who had detar- i I you. possessions. name I :
In- a \il in .
fja"d j p38sap' I They were traveling
: ::: mined to North with Arthur. The nonA cloud rested Manning's .And : I that Thompson, a nnn of much information and i company wit genI
: t&* v.'3<%e'' sailed parted from his esteemed: proceed upon couat.e-1 now, my 10'cyIss, perceive I tlemen,and were evidently people
: frnd:(:; with ffelisgs of unfeigned sorrow raid !1! party at length sailed, and arrived safely at nance: but he immediately replied, some one t-lse leared flatter, bur intelligence, and had been trapping in the I. tion. A revolution in female costume is undoubtedly -
ra. 'n."o\:::;e:1S pleasant! but long, I| New York. They immediately: proceeded to 1 have never forgotten yon, Arthur but :I wi excuse i as it is only. meant to encour I Rocky Mountains and the adjacent territories ;I in preparation. There can be
, r; iitro-1 Late in the autumn of: nothing
"fortunate circumstance:: for I, Saratoga, and upon their arrival Arthur in- then you arc so altered. Allow me to age." I bore fifty years. :
: ibis was a more ungraceful than the long, drab-
; iw!:.nur. Tree: from the toils and duties of a i iI j stantlyrecognized: Major Ilaynesworth,stand- !! duce you* to my friend, Mr. Marston, fromMississippi. Her beautiful face was suffused with blush isis, being then from three hundred to four I i bling dresses which sweep the streets and _
hundred miles northeast of the Russian I
the of the hotel in conversation : i i .She had what her possession -
lift. he the advice of a celetaud ing upon steps simply acknowledged i wherever ladies
I (College] upon cs steps move. As a matter of
I I with As he I Arthur met him with an politeness, heart had conceived and she that she I he heard for the first time of the gold .
: phy-oieian; ( : in Edinburg, indulged in aMe a gentleman. soon as! perceivedMrs. easy : saw i personal comfort, the Turkish dress must be
:! itldolt>:J e. He felt that to resume his :Ii : :Marion! : he hastened to the! carriage, and: and after some little conversation the parties too might be accused of flattery when really discoveries in California. j most agreeable,in addition to its beauty.-Os.
Ho then recollected that twelve
piiet: in his present! weak state of health I assisted::: her out. Seeing a strange face he separated. she had? expressed nothing more than what t just year j icego Journal.
troald: be an act of madness: and he, there- i j immediately concluded that it must he Ar- Why, Marston.your surmise was correct. I she felt and believed. She howeverquicklyrecovered 'I before, when trapping on the North Yuba, he The New York Tribune
d'-terminod to pon.a little time ii thur. lIe, however, could not recall his fca- The devil take my luck; as soon ns I beginto I from her cmLl.rrassreatJ and an- an J his party rented at noon upon a sand bar says:
lore and: endeavoring pass : to regain his : tures sufficiently! to cause him to trace any believe) my star to be in the ascendant, 1|, swered I by the liver where they found pieces of yellow We understand that it consists of ful Turkish

iieslth.ravelling The : was of material benefit 'resemblance to the boy ho had seen four some untoward accident occurs by which my Yes, sir, I have learned to flatter too, for I metal he insisting.that it was gold, but trousers, fastened at the ankles, skits
voyage the rest ridiculing the i idea, he was inducedto I coming down a trifle below the knees.
i Arthur the he for blighted.
before. would think did
f tohisi. and wlicn: he arrived at New York, years Seizing by hand prospects success are you gentlemen poorly of us
think himself deceived. He, however, carried waist i is tIde loose and according to tho
b e felt hincclf: that: his he:11th:1S wonderfully | exclaimed, Major Ilaynesworth and Arthur again repaired we not offer you some encouragement, but
i .' who to the Marion away e\rl pieces, he thinks about tasteof!! the wearer A daughter of a distinguished
I unproved. lie immediately proceeded to You can hardly be the beardless boy parlor. Young vas Arthur, throwing jest aside, and her quivering
pound, or 8200, which he a few months after philanthropist in the central of
1 with Adella and the ladies
hit h It in J He arrived in I left us a few years since. conversing two I lip and beauteous eye plainly indicatedher part
) was
mc uy..
Chrleston oa a bright, sunny day. His I Yes, Major, I am that boy, but how well were closely engaged in the same delightful sincerity, "I confess to you that I have left upon the battlements of Fort Leaven-i this State, has adopted ti3 new fashon, andon
t I worth, then a distant backwood3 fortification, j a late occasion, in such
t1\ltPT\ ws staving at the house of Dr. Manouher you are looking. You appear to be no older occupation. Arthur advanced towards the but expressed the true dictates of my heart, appeared
husbands brother. Arthur found ,i''now than I remember you to have been whenI young people and gaily remarked, I and to-day I experience such an inward pride no one in or about the Fort seeming:; to know j a dress, made of the most costly materials.WHITEWASHING. .

iifosd?and cmisan two older saw you in Charleston upon the day of my "Adella, cousin Frank has lost his heart when 1 was asked if I knew the handsome the kiad or value of the metal. As the
a some years time is now at
He thought no more of the incident, till hehenrJ
tto! tiiself:: awaiting his arrival the wharf. I I I IHe departure." with a young lady who was passenger with young man with such black whiskers hand for whitewashing on a large
hd grown some taller: : and had also .a | A few more remarks md the Major conducted us from Charleston-cannot you propose a :j felt too that they little knew that the majesty he started of this dico"cr. a Sntter's :Mill, when will give a receipt which i is the best sCIll knownfor we

(full;, 1 kin- beard. His uncle and cousin !, Mrs. Marion to his apartments. Mrs.Ilaynesworth remedy for him, by wlihh he may be at ease I of your person was far surpassed by the I Imightiness and at once bar than already spokenof out houses. Take half a bushel of good
after 2000 miles
"
t and Adella were sitting togeth the subject. of mind, and the amiability t traversing more
!Ijjked uxiously aT.nng the passengers! butcvr upon your unslackedlirae, dack it with boiling waterand
no' sin of A thur. : I I.immediately 1 recitri -I! er amusing themselves with the Major'syoangest "Yes, Arthur," replied she, looking archlyinto : of your disposition." of northern forests and snowy mountains he keep it covered during the slacking

:. Jd his unH", and after satisfying himself:'< child, a pert girl of some three years.Upon .- his face, '' if I were :Mr.\ Marion 1 would Dear Adella, you will send m3 raving reached our neighborhood, and by tracing out Strain the liquid through n seive, and process add a

ttu his U1c1Cdid not know him,he approachfii ;: seeing Mzs. Marion, they! both rushedto reveal the secret of my hN rt-t"at' would crazy\ with vanity, if you keep on in the style the camp ground where he and his compan- peck of clean salt dissolved ,
found the
outstretched Adella immediately doubiless be meth id of procedure wouldit I that have commenced." ions spent the night after they i wan
and bkakiug him heartily by the hand, \ her with arms. your you : enabled add three pounds of boiled or wheat pasta
uii I enquired, not, Arthur i" I Arthur, you are too annoying, bat I will pieces of yellow metal, ho was to and half a dissolved! glue. Add five

Dear uncle :Marion, neither you nor Where! dear )[rg. :Marion is .Arthur! Hut, :Miss :Manning\ ," rejoined young Marion I not flatter you any more-you are too fond take his course directly to the spot. Ins gallons of poune water to this mixture, and it is best

Frank appear ta recognize me." I *' I will conduct him into our parlor," responded I am in doubt :i"1 to how the proposi-j of it. To night when the dancing commences but half a.mile above our own camp deposits to put it ou hot, but in that case use onlyold
the richest
bear Major 11 lies worth and he preparedto lion would be receive 1." I introduce to this friendof I proved to contain.one of gold -
Arthur: : exclaimed !us uncle, we ay I wi you young northern mines but the brushes, or make allowance for the spoiling
toonld hive never recognized so great a fulfil his misJn.: Arthur had remained be. "And Mr. Mario, you will remain in She is soW beautiful, so lovely, so I in the ; trapper of them.
caiajehas taken place in your you appearance." I low, so as to secure the baggage: and now that doubt until you mike ths disclosure. Will amiable, that 1 am almost afraid that I !hUh had the disappointment to find the bar entirely It has been found that our dry winds bite

They got into the carriage und hastened I had been attended to, and Adella made aware he not, Arthur?l" doing wrong to myself in introducingyou. I Much dug over.of the from this bar fine off as it were, more of the whitewash than do
name. Mrs. Marion was seated at the winfl3Wi I of his arrival, he was exceedingly anxious to I would presume s-, Adt.hla'Major ." of which gold several (a specimen rains. The salt is to obviate this evil. For
antiouhly awaiting the return of the sec her. Reader, you must excuse me when Haynesworti interrupted; the conversation Fear not, my bright eyed beauty. Te weighing ounces, weha.e whitewashing the interior of do not I

wma e.VJien we: perceived its approach, I candidly i confess: that I am unable to give a by remindi'ig the ladies that the sweet music of your angel voice will never now in our office corrobated) was. in large informant pieces, a use any salt, as it absorbes dwelng, and to

toerai to the piazza: followed by :Mrs. :Manon. :\ ; description of the rapturous meeting. Wordsare hour for dinner was approaching. The gentlemen I fi to recall! my wandering senses, if ever I I fact who which had known so fully of the our kind of the above lime, add about two rounds of
nothing gold
: The carriage drove -Arthnr rushed inadequate: to express the joy manifestedby ] retired and wended their way to the am so fickle as to allow them to stray. But Spanish whiting. It makes the white
up
the till told him thatno more
cp the! steps and embraced his mother, who I each p.irty. Mrs.\ ilaynesworth, who had neighboring reading room, where they: whiled II' pray tell me who is this beaut. so divine taken from remained ground mind we of his clear looking if a little indigo is squeezed
doubt
known Arthur from and had him the time until dinner. After the repast that charms on our story,
vept tears of joy to have a son returned to infancy seen away so incomparable through a cloth amongst it. Amongst the
made him twelve
her Rio had battled so tiolily for knowledge, upon the day of his departure for England, Arthur! and Adella, with the rest of the j!'' like yours to dout their own potencjt" or that before the discovery the first by lime, Spanish-brown or ochre may be stirredto
*oa tut: too, ia a country aud among a acknowledged that the could never have recognized family, prepared to take a walk. When alone, I 0, A cannot \" you. years was gold discoverymade make a colored lime paint. The
of the
people so prejudiced agaiiut Americans, ,!. him. Adeila s.iiJ, Arthur observed!:: j' She asked me if I knew you, and I told her in that part content.lf'orces.ler of iron (copperas) makes a sulphat; the
Iud bd I *. 0 1 could know him he fromme How anxiously, d'arddb,11:1\.0 I look. | that we had together from Transcript. buf
by talent! intiastry! and |pCJ'SCrcr.Jln I were away yes- grown up sulphate of copper, (blue ,-itol) blueiah col
overcome obstacles almost in :urn>ount- !: for twenty year?,-but, Arthur, you must ed forward to this moment. When free from !I. childhood! and that you had just returned THE ARISTOCRACY OF WOMEX.-Women or. n .

toMe, and had: succeeded in achieving a victory J have regained your health, I have been so the pleasant restrictions of a college life, I from Scotland, where YOU had been to complete are the real aristocrats. of our country. Men

,though Uoodless\ not the ]ess to be pabed at the idea 04 having to meet you as could return and enjoy your sweet society, I your education. She said that I must are constitutional democrats-women aristo Trmn the ll'averly[ .Jfajasin
vroudered I' I and emaciated but look recount with the pleasant hoursve introduce but I would not tell her A BROTHER'S WELCOME.EY .
cL This was indeed a source of expected pale you you many i i you your crats. From tho mincing step of the little
proud Eiusfaciion to his mother. He thenatottcdliiMat now to be in good 1 health." \ have passed together: and renew that I!. name, and I must act in the same manner towards miss, to the measured treads of haughty womanhood .JOHX s JLDAJI3.VVi ,

:ma cousin, a young lady "Yes:, Adella, I iiin looking much better {edge which I made you just before my departure. :-. you, and not let you know who she is exclusiveness is npplrent A community \ -oi3-, brother, welcome home .
of F.Otne seveut.cn years.CM now, but could you have seen me three months How frequently have I panted for i until you become acquainted. Did you not of men would be essentially democratic Here's n father's hand to press thee, "'.

how 41 Jwtatt,how changed you are, and ago, you would have been surprised to mark tho pleasure which I now Jjoy-Low free I see the fair being seated next to met din as in California. There the fraternal rela lere'& a a moters heart will to to twine bless thee ''. ,

:;\m mpro\'ed.> You hardly look like the change that has taken place in me." juently has my mind reverted to the many I ner r tion exists unobstructed. Introduce women Joys fraternal. close with thine.
:1 SIck n"I'I Arthur," int.erruptedr3.: Ilaynesworth.I happy scenes of my childhood's days ; and I Well, really, Adella, I cannot cal to among them, and all those petty' distinctions Here's a sisters's earnest love. S
I : now so tick,mother; Lut I will] *'I suppose you intend recruiting, to you now to enjoy this long wish 3d for privilegeto mind her features, for I had to look you would follow that exist where women rule. Equalled but by that above;
b:1w: t to travel feel assured that I in the of i that I not a single moment Here are !rien"ho once am often
to regaia: my health. The musi accompany us in our travels. presence so cotl spare This constitutional infirmity in woman is en. Gathered tee
tcyage from Europe has Wn of vast : ', Well, dear madam: that will depend up. one for whom I entertain an unchanging love, of the contemplation of tho hanced not a little by the circumscribed na. once ng greet teeW
tg//O i ) mf', and after-oing North and nd\o.n-I, on my mother." arid whom I know to bo 'possessed of the charms which, others may possess; but I ture of her employment The principle i.- Thou hast, wandered, wecne brother!
far
lug! the Llluties'Li L nature has srattercd I 4' Dear Arthur," replied his mother, I shall l same feelings towards myself." must know this rare pt-iee onioitality.Speaking .- I good in itself when properly trained, conservative Many a night and away a day;
Over our I Cloved country with so profuse a wish to accompany our friend, and I know Yes, dear Arthur, you have: been ever in I of beauty, Adi Ha, I was astonished in its tendency, and promotive of the We have thought where many thou mights 1
'and U doubt not but that health will be you would prefer it." my thoughts. Tl.o time that has p:1ss'fllms! to see what a beautiful and fascinating angelmy best interests society. But without restrictions On tie land or on tie sea b .

entireJ.v restored, aud I will my Lc enabled to re. 0, certainly mother, you must be aware been so d eary upon my hands, but than I II fair cousin Cornelia has come to be. I I and proper limitations it is most destructive Whether" hcat was on thy dleek S
Or that S
Eanl': OJs.uJ.ies.: ." of tho fact that I shall experience great looked forward to the time when I knew you I scarcely thought that timo could developo I in its cfiects. its shadowy we wing not FrCk thee, .

Dcar .\rth'.1r. do not of again stud. pleasure in living under the bright sunshineofAdehla's would return to me, cherishing those same: such charms." I Men, in the hurry and turmoil of business Fi Hu away from those who love thee.

rng ntil your health is entirely reestablished eyes. Adella, you look remarkably filings which you expressed previous to your I Yes, Arthur, she is very lovely nnd has I never concern themselves to know whether Welcome,brother, welcome home!
f(I, you are well and than ever." d 'parturc, but how often has my heart sank had some fine opportunities of marriage, but is tailor
as yet quite young, and a pro. more fascinating I their neighbor opposite a lawyer or Here where youthful days were spent,
fessj I! n can: be leArned at any t !"e-" I Why, Arthur, you have not learned to be within me, when in your .mother's letters I i has refused them all. She is fond of Mr. I i I doctor. Give them but the means and facilities Ere life had its labor lent ,

... "\r eU, dearest mother be it as you de- very modest by your association with the would read of your sickness, but now all Goodwyn, but I think that she will, by her of doing,business, and all are alike to When the hours went by, S
81."' 'f".l* turning to his beautiful"young !! Scotch and English, but I expect to have to fears are over, the! black and portentious whimsical caprice, lose him. See, uncle them, with this exception, that he who pays And"Xeath a bright, unclouded fcky, "

;.Oilja, he obscn'ed, and you, Cornelia I! excuse a great many acquired faults." cloud! which ones appeared; to hover over our and the rest of our people are returning home the most money with the greatest promptitude Unto ou tk were ful blessings- rendeed

1neli! ch n5edaslcan possibly be-a Adella you call them acquired faults, and destiny"is! I hope dissipated, and the !sunshineof ward. We will do so also: Arthur, if you is the best fellow, be he cobler or par Here a ever pleasures daily

merry, laughing, r0mr>ing school gut f Cornelia, calls my little pleasantries the 'ac returning health brings gladness to my have no objection." son. But let n woman snuff the air and whati Welcome. toe scene reg o S.
h'd\'e or thirtken of "' hiei rt." Certainly not, Adella I am perfectly i
l and now the redoubtable quired talent flattery. ; i: the result husband's best customers
ert.breacr which those brilliant orbs be- Well, sir, sh gives it the proper name. I Pear Adella, I hope to recover entirelyafter willing to retnm, for I must acknowledge thatI I -those on tier she depends for the bread HOLD lira Ix- An editor out West a4knowledges -
:on J you to be." suppose you hare heard of your cousin, Mr. having travelled, and then I will commence feel somewhat fatigued from the effects of, which sustains her being-are consigned immediately the receipt of an heir-a fourteen

f.r'4 Why, 4rdlur' you have learned to fiat- Goodwin, being in love with her." the study of my profession, but I have my journey to-day. .And now, dear Add. : to the category of slight acquaintances pounder, and a boy at tliat. Somebody hold

The Scotch! maidens have doubtless "Yes, some little talk, but I ,understand }been very sick. My mind, intent upon the la, I have returned to you our feelings towards ,or no acquaintance at all, forsooth,because him-the editor, not the baby. Hear how ha
been'holding, your heart in tliraldom, and I that ho has been unfortunate in his suit." bright though distant goal, made me attempt each other have suffered no change.It .- her lord sells tape broadcloth, the | splurges :

th bOw excrciiing your acquired talent you for I "Mr.:\ Goodwin, I know, holds the most what my physical strength would not admitof was the wish of your lamented parents that customer boots and slices. Pray what makesthe "I am this day multiplied by two_I a a

purpose of making innocent prominent place in her heart, but she say and it lifts reduced mo greatly, but with a we should be united upon my return, provided difference in an honest employment in a duplcateI am number one of an idefit
eoullln "ain." young'Wb I she does not intend to become engaged until little care and attention on my part, I will that neither of us were changed in feel i country like ours,where all labor i is alike,having is my continuation you

Cornelia, I cannot conceive bow the: is ready to marry, and that she intend soon recover what I have lost. I saw your ing. We meet again, and find that those emotions no hereditary distinctions? The answer observed,it is not a block, nor a blockhead,
tali attribute m.V remarks to a spirit of I' staying tingle three years longer. Mr. Good cousin this morning he did not recognise me are still expanding-that the bright is obvious enough to those who understandthe nor a painting, nor a bust, nor a fragment of

battery' for I have: iust wondered why you I win was here yesterday, he went off some : until I made myself known then'appear flame of|ovo burns with undiminished brightness nature of woman. It exists mainly in anything, however beautiful ; but a combination
Ire J10t married. You must be a decided 1 little distance but will return this afternoon." ed very glad to tee me." in oar'hcar. Under these circumstances the brain.-New Haven Journal.A of all the arts and sciences in one_painting

.firt. .For the )life of me I cannot keep my I am ,glad: to hear that, I thought that he "Yes, ho met us at New York and accompanied you wi'not delay our marriage longer sculpture, music-hear him cry!-minI .
VM tWT3'Ur brilliant countenance. If*I was in Philadelphia." me here. Now, Mr. Marion,you hav$ than is requisite to make the necessary ar Novel Aid.-A person, on whom thetemperance I eralogy, mechanics-see him kickgeoga.! .
W formidable rival reformation had produced no ef. phy and the use of the globe
nlreadr pledged a sincere heart, I am They were interrupted by the entrance of quite a in him. rangements. ; nure!
ion i altould 1 he temPted to comaiit the Major Ilaynesworth and Mr.\ Marion. Mr.\ 1' Why, Adella, you 'musthave been prac. Dear Arthur, :I know that the wishes of fect, entered, in a state of exhilaration, a temperance -and withal, he is a perpetual motion-ar

ttOIlJ i eror of en eavoring to cgro- Marion joined in conversation, and Major ticing coquetry but dear girl, I trust that our parent have been fulfilled, buf do you grocery in the neighboring town. time-piece that will ''never run down I And
."eottfw; marry my prct- Ilaynesworth arose to leave the room. Arthur none of my,rivals are more formidable" not think that we had better delay the union I Mr.-," exclaimed he, do you keep who wound him up 1.

rtbur,Jon arc well guarded and did I said, 'Major; wait one' moment and I will "his importunate and persevering advances for at least one year I" anything good to take here)"
At ktow.it, I might perhaps be BO,captivated with you." Turning to Adella, he said in go an however, deserve a better .fate than he "No, .&della-I cannot afford to stay single "Yes," replied the merchant, we have A BEArnrn, TOtG .-Carhbell, tic"

.j O&e "ome whUkeraand that flashing under tone, haa m t."* : tliat, long, loving you as I do, and every some water, the best thing in poet, when speaking of the"sprn8 says: 1.
yj'as to ." that he bad .the union. I cannot the world to take." Queen of the spring '
encOur.nge my cousin in commit.egregious Dear Adella, I will return as soon 'as I I was not aware : made moro circumstance favoring T down tiajrale .
&\.ue error.inff ."- arrange some little matters." C than a single: advance-but; however it is a conceive the necessity or propriety delay. ".Well; I know it,",rep1. the Bacchante, p S !

\'an .nner "' announced, and Arthur, ad. 'Come soon, Arthur." matter of no importance. Feeling secure in fog it s long. I .would like to b married there's nothing that's so' much for navigation f her rob'on tie tcc nod her"tireatb "co,,ttiai
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to l la, couEin, conducted her to thc 7)19 Major and Arthur proceeded to the thcardor and sincerity* of your love, I do not early in the fall, but I wi not urge further as that" i. 'I 1e i : ".*
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terns TSOH JUDGE CHSVES.pLAXTAtxo let the party of the South persevere, and the of rail roads and turnpikes (or getting tomarket1 Georgia. at eh C.

> (Ogeechce.) 1st May. 1S1.S result is inevitable. 'Tlii will l he true of Yirginia [be J10rbian & 1oiirnnL. and going to :State where sand Wednesday last, the Convention of the This U. great rnse ii in IWOgre or trial

Ifar Sir 1 have been appointed and Georgia, as well as cf other 8tt<5 I deserts and have to be !explored for Southern Rights Party met in lmedge\'ie, Cue s. Ditrit Court io tb. or ,.
My : a ] .
the recent acts of swtmls On York Counsel
Let no one believe that to candidate for Governor. ; for the 't"
Delegate of the! Southern Kights{ Association i the will and deter. TALLAHASSEE. : miles before reaching a point at which pro. nominate a Church Sou th

tlf Si. Philip's: : and St. Michael's, and also fthe I these States the truly express of ihese States. 'nic j - -- duce can be disposed of which is unfortunately Monday next, the Whigs, under the guise of Lord, Reverdy Johnson and Dael; I 1VJlr'the
miaation of people SATURDAY, 31 **
Indian Land Association of York District, MY 18.5. Constitutional Union men, meet at the latter gentleman, however *"
of
the
' will lake! counsel, and finally be govorn- case In Florida. That this state i L as

.. to the Convention to 1 be lulJ i in your city tm ed 1ther \old Jrilcrlrs. Let the question I Letter of Lang'don I II ohr roads has retarded emigration, i is beyond same place for the same purpose. Howell appeared.J For the orthem} n,urch 1I0t'r Itt 0 i t,

Monday next ; and it was my \vii! and intention be : to the people, commend Ceves f fI Cobb will no doubt be the decoy duck thrown Wood and Rufus Choate of
to have attended the Convention in distinctly put pols I \P e to our reader te leter, in doubt, and it will continue to do so until a Boston."If. .
whether they will the present subversion I another column of the I out to delude Democrats. dispute !* about a division of }
ob dleuce to these calls! but I cannot do FO and the venerable Judge comprehensive system is digested t 1 toropenngup the 1W

without neglecting t private buiits: of my of of the their Southern rights, people,present and, I degradation think, I Cheves, read before the recent Convention of the country. Men capital should.think I In the Chatham Congressional District, cern, which the Southern Church ci b.Ins COile i.

oiva cf importance,, which admits of no delav the result is not questionable. The questionis i Southern Rights Associations in Charleston. of this-the Stale should think of it But few : Hon. Jospl W. Jackson i is announced as a which the Nort'i refu e?, illvh-. be and t

.'.,: and which cannot be well accomplished i r :1lone between the South and the I men have any adequate idea of the hindrance. candidate for re-election to Congress. In a seven and eight hundred tYlOtl! ndQd 0 Ilt" :1 !

without ray jKjrsooal attention.and This should buine i. North, 11 "hchlr we shall L governed absolulcly Indians Suendere. to the growth of the State our bad roads are !letter published in the Georgian, he plants The following is an accurate thoo"h'. 1
p, however pro-sing Important, i whose A has the Indian
now and forever by ; people report himself upon the Georgia platform-should statement of the case: ,1
have: been superseded by the public call, if I annihilate proving. Emigration would quadruple annually
!: avowed objects are to murderers alluded to in the "
have )believed that attendance Ui t correspondence ho elected, however, he avows his determination The Rev Francis Harding t
could my at ask the favor were these in better condition, and I b lIb h
dear Sir to :
I have finally, oI
the Convention could be of any material importance -I of to commu'nic'atc my this letter to the last week published, have bbenjianded over we hardly think that the State could more to act with the Democratic party.We ,, ftfthe State of Virginia -wa :d ed h t.
but I well satisfied that it couldnot you i to the authorities for tiial. The Wakulla the Baltimore Conference wbier
.m I member of it which proper extract the following from his letter- i'f
Convention, if by a wisely judiciously invest its internal improvement
S you about 1
a
year previous t 1 G'nerd
views of tho
My general grievances of. 1 believe you are, or, if not, to engage some : Times says: fund than by giving it to the : But, gentlemen, I will not be deterred! of 111, for his .r. ure 7ercnce t
and of the tubveriion
South of the Conttitniion
lira
other: hand: to do so. My object is to show to ;! It is said that these Indians deny being from maintaining what I believe to connection 'A IUI '
your The
I Counties aid in the of substantial b very. action of UU
of the United State known to building
are fully bciyV
those who appointed:, me that their delegate, i the murderers, and sny that Sal Jones iSI rights because, in carrying out your rights, wards confirmed aIt i
to the public, and will weigh for what they though unable personally to attend the Convention i well aware that they are innocent, and that Roads to approved points, so that the impor. !!;I disunion may result. I have been, sendl'men'l I i which also suspended by tbeGener.J\ndre"erent CW t'

; nre worth, as effectually as if 1 were again has not been wholly unmindful of his Sam knows who the real murderers are; that I i tnt sections of the couutrv" might be con. i i' all my life, a Southern rights man. I will j; the performance of his official Bishop

to declare tbem.Tho duty to them.I they, the prisoners, arc obnoxious to Sam i iand nectcd and intercepted. presents too ;' stand up fr them as long as the blood circulates of his holding slaves whom duties'
rorida | he
object of tIc Convention, I under- dear sir to them! out of the he has in I hadb
!
am, my get way, han.1 vins. am, gentlemen, also, a
whether iu the inducements for the employment of j my { po>*cs--um of by marriage, an4 his
declare many
viand to be, to opinion of
With great respect and esteem, ded thcin over to the whites, in order | Democrat. If I rdr to Washington. I refi IitII
of tlC Convention, .South Carolina! ought Your obedient cf'nt, they may be executed ; that, if a fair Opportunity capital long to escape the eye of enterprise. !'1 place myself instantly again in the to In liberate them. of
to secede from ths Union alone, and without them could With such! climite and such soil she tmocrticHankg I consequence the course taken t ,
LANGDON CHEVES. was given they go into the I a : as ; offend whom it may-\\' ( General Conference t.1r
tle the !
action of ether of the Southern
the concurrent any G. A. T"r.iixrroLM, Esq., t nation and point out the real murderers. possesses, \n have no idea that in the race ocrats contending for those great questionsof declared that a continued! dele t
Southern t tes.1) opinion on the projvricty Chailostoir, S. C. I The story told by the Indians is highly which I agitation of fl?
of the action of Southern I j for new homes she will be overlooked. But I public policy by tlt'Y are generally salyect would compel them cither
} separate osic S.-Since writing the above, I have: phnuible and ha. mansbelievers.. I i is well distinguished: from the Whigs the Unfo.i.I : .- to aba,
iftat*', and particularly of South Carolina, has .1. ; our people must not lag behind other States j ; the slave States or separate from the
will be known that there
seen it intimated: that this Convention are always a persons ; I will allow no man, Southern Rights man, The Norj.
southern
been long known. There is no man in thecozntrv i in which all that is i I dele-gates afterward
called upon to act much more l largely than! among the Indians who are objectionable to improvements, are now i or Constitutional Union man, to cut me off I what

l i who feels: more semilly than I doth was at first suggested, upon the tliilicult questions ; the Chief\ and! that the Chiefs do not.hcsij j i iI necessary to ensure, if not a dense popula1tation : from my connection with the Democrats of and upon southern was c:1lIcdrbn of se '
; : a convention
] the: dishonor the of the held t.1eon.
danger, infamy bhH.C the South and the General Government. j I tate to get rid of such periQItle first opportunity at l least a I large one. Virginia: Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, turn 'home, resolved to on
the South. No is establish
coadi'ion cf
I I man more entirely I have ddubt which offers. I I : aorganization sei
do _
If it shall so, no : \ $, North Carolina, Maryland, and other Southern but
the
convinced of the justice, the constitution the action will he unfnl tunt( It will, among '! the law is life for life, but it matters notwhether Later From | States, and many high minded and honorable |i ; northern conr ren
zj:i nnd the political! of the Europe. I I i, which had possession of the funds
expediency '
right :
other evil, divide the of the State intolar1i1s the executed is the one who of the remsea
I d5 I people person Tlie Steamer Italtic has arrived with Liverpool gentlemen Democratic party of
withdrawal of the Southern States from that : 1 give any share of them to that division !
I rt
committed murder Of
that the
instead of presenting unanimity or the North Fir whdrrt I have II
not
dates to the 14th instant "; confJence.- church, which became
Union by which they are enthralled, and I which now docs it so much credit, and wii! .Col. Blake has been appointed Indian : There is much I admit of now known astf
. wluL'u cannot fail while it subsists i to bring There had beeir in the Cotton I South Methodist Church.
it Ihe of a panic market
under future
place Capt
give Casey.
probably, contingencies agent h i .orther Democracy' upon slavery, but take After thii refusal
: oa ihrtn farther and future danger! oppression I' much The and zed ) since the sailing of the and following it i is southern comrcissibvn
btrcngt great activity J S.-We have seen a communication .fric i as a party, : farcry far, better for us
and itlram '. I satisfied that history were appointed by the General nncrJ
,
am
of Soulh Carolina have destroyed her moral the arrival of the than the Northern Confer
I America. The
f, Jarnislies no example of such! disreputablesubmission I ( from Capt Casey to Gov. Brown, v.liich accounts Whig Party. (South) to institute this suit for th" .
. j and political influence. That zeal and activity recover
as that which they now exhibit I states that the savages surrendered lire already of increased receipts by the latter, of between seven and eight huqdredtoj i
bat
| not condernnablc in themselves, Stunner and the
Tire philosophy of Liberty. i jealousy. Tlie \\n' : under sentence of death, : been tried cau \ under circumstances, were impolitic having i iI :, We announced last week that Senator aspi-t 1
proper action uf patriotism b the earliest pos. 5 lit was arul slanderously called and a and found a council of It'' from J to id. j i owners of the general! fund previous to m 49 .]
I :1ltJiOI 1itII\ I Sumner in his adhesion with
: Indini. given along and which
r tible resistance to the fclightett encroachmenton of I II Sales of three hnt separation U at present forested t
desire dictate, and excited jealousy days 15,000 bales. Quota-f
to | was exjiected that when they were turned j i Seward Wade in the Methodist }book
and the other
tho public rights. The lovers oi 1 liberty j lights, establishment of Ohio
I taoiTthe tainted breeze of tyranny in the dis. j, other tate. Measures condemned, right, and proper be-, | over to the State authorities they would be i tions: Fair Orleans GJ to GJd.! {j I to the c Union Party." To-day frce.soi we extract New York, and the charitable fund of Phi! I
: and patriotic, were simply I
i stud do not wait for the overwhelming I' : executed. are looked for. Already I I add phit."
' taut gale, cnuse'tl.oy came from South Carolina : and immediately They will, however, i; Ieaf:1iures the following from his letter of acceptance of
power nf the storm. But we tamely his : ,regular tiial! before the of many bills: from the United States have been 'I I II
I' j dastaid has justified recreancy undcr undergo a Judge the of Senator
every
i II post : The Virginia Basis Question
i-ndare the full blnst of the injuries and in. and slanderous condemnai protested. |I
I this prejudiced the Circuit Their
; Southn names are Po- / it the servant the Union This question, which has been jI
celts co profusely! pouted! upon usrl' hug i I accept a of ; the subject
I I If South Carolina be wie i she will I I
oar chains with something approaching to i ( hosce, aged 50 ; Ista-chok-see-hoh, aged I 18, I| {I bound to study and maintain, with equal patriotic 1 j for discussion in the Convention for
i trail her sifter States long A of I DUn
; fondues, and bubmit Ii) Le governed Lour I! upon yet : wliit. son Pohosee; and t Kitso Ilajo, aged 10. j C correspondent the Baltimore Sun ;: care, the interests of all part of our :i ii months, i is at last settled in !
bitter u1il's-and yet it is 0,1Ilecc's.an 1 I Ld her be prepared to act, but leave : jI I out a few hints for (Ihc action of the i country ; to discountenance every effort to !j I Ij or a war of sttjtlement -
: I
tho&e States time to deliberate and determine for !I Government the of accommodations j loosen of those ties which fellowship ,i; A compromise has been effected
to uill it, to rend chains; and to be J on subject any by our -
this mail 1
themselves. Great changes must take place By moriiing'-s ,_ we 1 thej I
**rod -efUffl, n/geueraii'd and c.Iisel:1 1ml1'd." I the-Southern I reCtI'p for Cabinet otlicers. No doubt the j of states i is held in fraternal company ; j j I which tIle Enquirerys will close the mat1

At a ciazen of the South, I feel humiliated in the stntim'lts is fiction of and the nature of people,has or ; following communication, relating to trufi. sub-j conduct of Mr. Secretary some two | and Oppose to all sccltonalitm, whether it ape 1 Iter. The fltaiise of Delegates is to be composed .

into the very dust Yet I cm not of opinion, | history changed. a Let South, Carolina be prepared lan :jcct, from a fiiend in Tampa: has been Ewing for :;I! pear in unconstitutional efforts by the north of 82 members from the West and 63

. that South Carolina should secede alone.- j I j TAMW, FA May 20, 1851. .ears ago I to carry so great a boon as freedom into the '
from the Eash
States but she cannot foremost The Senate shall
contaia&
to ,
join I'I'I
I Nor do I tltink tillS on account of the dangers I go I .V>. Dlit"r-To-tfciy, Capt. J. C. CI'cy. late agent I : suggestions. It will be rememberedthat :I slave states, or uncor.stitutional efforts of the
without : her own and the common members from the East and
it may provoke, or the sacrifices it mayrequire. injuring m of the 1 1tl:':tcs for die Fli-riJa InJions, dtlh"erc Ewing bargained with a citizen of,. south; aided by northern allies, to carry the i i 20 from t the

I i No dangers and no sacrifices can I cause.There has been, I think, another} error in I I to Jusiii-e Turman, (the Lfcl>et civil authority here.) I Washh.gton for : fine residence at a low i', sectional evil of slavery into the free states; I i Wesf, to be elected for four years. The .1

l>3 too great in such a cause. But one Stiteof the management of our great controversy t 1 tfirtt Jiliarrt(an fid man and two young on**,) as rent, under the promise of a lucrative office I j or in whatsoever efforts it may make to exI i legislature is required to re-apportion tuerepreseut'aton !

ills South cannot stand alune in tho midst :, I the murderer (-f f the toy Duiiicl who dLapjicantl'I I tend the sectional domination of slavery over I! ; in 1SG5 but in
,
South Carolina. We havehad case they
(not peculiar to ) Ewing afterwards failed to bestow the office cannot -
,
of her sister States. TiiPM States form : | the national l With the Unlion' .
? one I iiefchlNilxivl) of Je' c Summer's in Marion i! government me I
family in interest, ii: blood, in feeling and in too many Conventions. Such assemblages -i I 1 Crc'll County t11, twelve months} and they Live'i:| and the whole affair leaked out, to the great ; is twice blessed; first as the powerful !f ; agree upon the principle of representationthen i'
ngo;
are lroi'cr, and only proper, on peat f'nl scandal and of the of the and the Governor is required to submit thet t
t'odcttiing social and historical\,relations and occasions, the sense the people is been committed to the Comity Jail a*such murderers j| disgrace Government, one j| guardian repose happiness of tbirI --

recollections, and such tics ought not to be, doubtful. In almost all, if or all, other occasions I ;10ut two 'el'k ;;o, General mac! relieved Capt !j jCa j of whose high officers was selling its patron- j;I tJ.on sovereign states, clasped by the enjdearrng -' matter to the qualified voters of the Commonwealth i
: broken but by dire necessity $o-jth Carolina name of country ; and next, as the in which event the white baits wiHi ;
the organized of Government t cy as Indi.ni: A ult These three rnurdTfru tre''!| age, and putting the proceeds of the sale into j
power
I know has been slandered and i j model and beginning of that al1.emnbracinfederation j f
, gro fcly i is the safest ground of reliance. I is paniculaily subsequently surrendered by the Indian Clucfs. his own pocket j i be rarrifcd by a large majority. 1.
villiSed for what I of states, by which
no dispassionate man can unity, i
] I so in this ease, which; is a case of Usurp.ition -I. These chiefs desired that the criminals might be executed Some and indeed from time and pace The Washington Union remarks upon tH.1 1
concord will
, ay is rash or unwise. She has done no years ago i j finally be organized among !
t more than proclaim tIt Southern I and tyranny on the part ofthe GenerI I by themselve at Fort Myers; but in coiis>e- very beginning of this city-it was proposedthat the nations. Nor do I believe possible, plan of adjustment : i
wrongs I and wise ancestors with j of the orders of the of War, i i
our pnsitlvc Secretary
,
r- and who} can deny them, and to express a tieere lo\'crmcnt quence the Government should furnish houses, whatever mbe the delusion the hour, It i is believed that the compromise itatlf
to unite with her sister States in i enislinglhe great j jealousy, reserved, and secured the Independence i the agent found, nl,1 bound to turn them over t'I free of rent, for the heads of dep:1rtment; : that any part thereof can be permanently lost I. will be' objectionable to the eastern portion i

JI'. She will be wrong, however, in my of the States as a proper powerto the civil authority of the Stat and that the streets on the Presi tnt':square j from its well-compacted bulk. E. Plurtbus I of the State, but, if certain other reforms CTi i

poor opiubn; if she separate alone from them control the ambition of the Federal Government j TlC anxiety of the Indians to execute them UJCDJj -i were always looked to as the most convcnicnt : Unum is stamped upon the national coin, the j i made, that the Constitution will, as wfcole, t
when it might arise; and our great j .*In'. throws a doubt, to mind, as to'': i euitublc site for them. It I
fa her measures of resistance.i But it may btrcnjj my :11. i is: now j jfcaid national territory, and the national heart.- I Ii j meet the approbation of a large majority.
I be aid tLey have net proposed to do what error and: llli"fotun.has been, that we have. i \il.cthcr the }parties sCcn.cro arc the real murderi I a public spirited citizen, Mr. Corcoran j i Though composed of many prt united into-j
: allowed the State Governments to Ilcirtual. :i (- ? ; but n) d jubt tun now of the that will build Louses of the I in Cuba.
I' th, honor and iittt-re&t of ail require to bedanc rCIi we eight first'one, the Union is separable only by a crash i j Things
to redeem the character amid to :sustain ly nullified by not calling them early and vigorously -i the murder was committed, and by Indians. class, and offer them at cost to the Govern.ment I| which shall destroy the whole." The New York Sun with a great flcnrulvbes
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t the rights of the South It is most true and I into action. A conceit between the I The surrender .T thee offenders is a important I for the purpose of affording suitable':':I As a commentary this panegyric pt>H the subjoined news from Port PriV

t to be lamented but but Sttio'ernments is the great want of the circumstance, indicating: the policy not only of the Indians and commodious residences for the heads eli I I fitting ,
dcej4y : ; we arc one Cuba
we make extract from of Sum ner'speeches dpt', :
I an
and this will one
great object ,
I but al-j of the United in to euch. the
, member of this large family and have State respect departments. Perhaps Government j I ,
no best be attained by the Legislative an.l Exe- i wii: and commend i if to who design PORT PKIXCIPE, May 4, IS.il.
f right: to dictate authoritatively to the other I The cotuL-mnad. are strongly ironed, and for the not consent to purchase them ; but st close -

f members of the family. We must wait upon I cut 'e functionaries of their respective (Governments. present in wife keeping. They ought undoubtedly'to be |. will prompt Congress to increase thc salaries :': spending the summer North. We cau The signal for onr rising has been given.

I tBcm.. anl entreat thrm to move. We should n-tuCl to the Indian .A cent. and! executed under las I I II i of those officers to ten thousand dollars a :i. ton them to beware of lass3chuiiSefts.i {j ji : Yesterday afomoon! a great outrage was per-
direction the Indian hint to the residua 1 I I -which is as small a sum Cabinet i* I I petraled by Spanish despotism! in this city.
use /> language of irritation. We must look Iran thr Scientific Animal.. lt Agency as a year as a i i Into Massachusetts lie (the slave owner
of Indian as.-a.--ins thc S officer can live for, in the manner of a i j ) ;I Nine of our most eminent, talented and w&I -
r with foibearance on their tardiness : Artificial Production of Ice. r tr.iliin tc gentleman I shall not come. * The contempt, the
-- --- -- ---- in this Nor is it I thy citizens were simultaneously arresedaaI
city. just to requirethat
*Be to their! faults a little blind, The Scientific American for Sept. 28 describes indignation, the abhorrence of the comrmmi- I before
Plank Roads. Cabinet minister should taken to prison, and this) morning.long
a his :!
Be to their virtue very kiiiil Dr. Gorrie's machine for the artificial I I expend I ty, shall be our weapons of offence/ Wherever I
And put a padlock: on'thc mind," as to the p:1 t. production of ice.* He employs two force. The first Plank Road iir Florida was commenced j i I whole salary, or be placed in circumstances he moves, he shall find no house to re- day, closely guarded, [bajo partida de regisIro -

the of the about six months by the citizens i j i that render necessary the exependiture of the ceive him table ,] they were sent off to Havana and the
The people of our Southern States, are a }pumps.hich arc principal parts ; ago i -no spread to nourish IJm-
of the
Moro.
dungeons
bravo people whoso fathers fought for liberty, machine Into the pump for the condensation j of Wakulla and Leon Counties. The Roll;i I whole. As we have no system of chi pen- i, no welcome to cheer him-the ilismsl lot of 'The
tsions and names of the indivnlnals as follows
have are
who themselves were born and nuiturcd in of air, a mal r pump injects water in a fine! has been surveyed for some twelve miles, and j I: never sI.nl as I hope, good i iJ j the Roman exile shall be his. lie shall be a Don Recio Don Joseph R-
salaries for civil Serapio ,
who shower the air is which J II !s ought to be allow- wanderer without roof Lawyer;
the enjoyment of it. and therefore know condensing, designed l the Augustineroad I. ed." : fire or water.Men Bebncourt, L"twTer Don Ferdinand et2-
:
the value of it. It cannot be believed that thus absorbs the heat of the a>r that is given I I I intercept t i shall point at him in the streets, and on the Don; Liw-
about seven miles east of Tallahassee, court, Lawyer ; Imuer:1ngo} ,
t-uch a people will long consent to ba governed out in the act of complcE ion. Between the highways. The cities, towns and villages Con

otherwise than by a Government in which condensing and expanding, pumps there is an I j from which point branch, is expected to be; Sound Sense. I shall refuse to receive the monster; they shall ,I yer Francisco: Don Yarona Joaquin Planter Rivera, Don La\vyer Francisco;

they shall enjoy equal rights, equal power, I air-reservoir, which is of considerable size, : constructed to this place. The intention of the I The New York Courier Enquirer sneersat !' vomit him forth, never again to disturb the repose V. Batista, Planter, Den Francis; Qaezads,

mind equal hon rF. They have been deceived I and made like a steam-boiler. This ,csse is I II corporators is to carry the road to the line of the proceedings in South Carolina, and : of our community." Planter; Don Salvador; Cisneros, Planter

and l must and will! hearkento 'I intended to receive the condenrcd air re- j that the of the
-trayed. They I Government Union is I
Thomas! says I all
'I nnt County, Ga.; and from thence lo j An Interesting Question. need not tell you that these are gentlemen
tard its to afford time its ,
other counsellors than those to whom they I passage, so as
down
strong enough to put tn efforts to disrupt -' : of the highest rcspectabilityrconnect-
have hitlieito Ii !e1C'd. Theo th must and effective cooling, and to act as a magazine of 'lllaS\'il. Should this be- done assurances ) Two noted editors of New York, (Greelev. fir

will rouse from its slumber, and mainly rely I force for working the cxpanding-engine. The II! have been given by men of cap. ; it I says : 'I I of the Tribune and Willis of the Home Jour. ed families by ties So of this blood place with and other many parts ofthe of tkIsland.

upon the Democracy of the country. The I, expanding force-pump i is the principal and I i ital that the citizens of Baker County, Ga., Look at old Austria, poor, weak, super. nat,) have been discussing a question of fact, I Theare known far and wUe for

< Democratic) party once already, under the I most interesting featuie! of the whole, becauseit I Ii will meet the road with another from Alba annuated deemed her., and A almost domestic drivelling blow as the aimed world !' to wit: Whether American ladies paint ; and, I their liberality, strength of mind, nprigtteeari '
of Jefferson in 17SIS saved the is the in which the expansion of the I was at
guidance ,
i i agent
; show
South from the ambition and toils of Fedcralism. I air and the production of cold first take place I I II ny. From Monticello, another branch is I its existence, and, beset with innumerable difficulties j secondly, hether they ought to do so.- i I and nobility of character. That they torn

"'c now contend against the same :j All the other parts must be nicely adjusted in i i ij [i practicable at or near tie point where the j and for n time baffled and beaten, she : Greeley, like a true gallant, says they do notI be thus snatched from our midst and

.. people, but with these differences : The I j, proportion to this part, for the making of the J: one to Tallahassee leads off.We I speedily mustered her strength, and buried I I (what a whopper !) and ought not. Willis, I I from their wives and children without a of3 mo-
rrrent's notice without the form
lending Federalists were then high, honorable ''ie economically. The absorption of the notice that time citizens of rcns:1cl.1 her enemies prostrate at her feet I an Empire :i I on the other hand, says they do, and in proof j I examination even of imutta r
or the"hi."per an
I worn down by sick ceaseless
able who ambitious to is this vessel I age
men, were govern accelemted by immersing are discussing the mode of raising the means and saddened the i i refers to the sales of perfumery. lIe then, is an outrage too horrible to be borne ly tb J
i of
you, but whose ambition was noble, and, j in \ causing a jet of liquid to LeI I wrong by prospect a
thcrfore, scarce a crime, though dangerous to thrown into its interior, as into the condcns-I for undertaking :similar road 'from that city j I frture which at best must be dark and dan- 1 goes into tile mysteries of a lady's toilet with people of Cuba.

tho true principles of our Union. These men ing-pump. This liquid' is not congealable, ; to Montgomery, Alabama. Books of subscription ,i gerons, is capable of such an effort to save i! as much minuteness as a notary making an The letter further states that the excite *

havo gone down to the grave, or have been and is withdrawn from a larger though properly i I to the,stock have been opened, and from destruction, what may not a Republic j appraisement His description is good, but is tremendous-that "old men and 100000g,

proscribed and discarded by their unworthy proportioned, quantity, contained in an I efforts will be made to Induce the city to like ours, full of the vigor of youth, cheeredby I far from being as delicately sketched asPort's maidens and matrons, are all filled wi- an'

associates-men with more than their ambition insulated cistern, into which,after performing a consciousness of right, and urged on by I fvr
pledge its credit to the amount of $25,000, utterable : and desire r
: anguish deep-
; but none of their urines or t lcnls.- its office of inipaiting heat to, or, in other the sure promise of a destiny such as the, i

The g:'eat object of the old Federalists was a words, abbol Ling cold (rom the expanding ,I should there not be sufficient stock.'subscribed word never before imagined, do to tho same I i. And now, unveiled the toilet stands displayed. venge"-and that the officers are in POof it

Urong, but honest, Government. That of air, it is returned through the eduction-valves by the properly holders. : with the same motives I" I Each silver vase in mystic order laid: several more distinguished dt-.
first robed tIe intent
I' in white nymph adores,
their buccessors, is an anarchical: tyranny, regardless of the engine. As the liquid of this: cistern The value of plank roads is no longer a To which tho Express of the same city With head uncovered, tie! cosmetic powers, t l

of the provisions of time Constitutionfor I has its heat diminished at every stroke of the I mooted point Wherever they have been well replies A heavenly image in the ga* appears THE DEATH \LTY.--Sicpersqr.s

the security of Southern rights, and animated !- engine, by the abstraction of the jet at one To that she bends, to that her eyes she rears. prison ill New York under tie fearful B1

by the principles of abolition, and the I temperature, and its return at a lower, it is.. tested, they have paid : handsome per cent- Unfortunate comparison When the The inferior priestess, at her altar's side. of death three of whom sailor who SIt

phrensy of fanaticism. Let the Democratic practically a reservoir of cold. Cold of an : age on the money invested, and have cnhan- Austria' of the United State.pounces uoon Trembling begins the sacred rites of pride; are the w.r

party, then, which rallied under the wise gui. I, intensity of even hundreds of degrees below' ced the value of property in their vicinity to its 'Iungu-i would be luckless' day.. The Unnumbered various offerings treasures of ope the at world once and here to be executed on an Island down tJ'tbig1

dance and foresight Jefferson, and saved I the atmosphere may bo obtained by this pro. I II a great degree besides opening. to settlement forgets that tins is a Govern From each she nicely culls, with curious appear toil; where pirates and murderers on 1

the South, again put forth its strength. It cess, but experiment shows that tho tempera sections previously inaccessible for the want ment of opinion, not of force,-and that unless And decks the goddess with the glittering spoil: seas undergo the penalty of tho law-

I- embraces, the great power of the Southern I ture of the cistern most favorable for the rapid -, we have opinion in the South to maintain This casket India's glowing gems unlocks, last execution of this kind Wa3 the lOGS
States. Even the Whigs of the South areS production of ice i is at about 10 deg. F. of Roads. Perhaps there is no State in the the Union, force cannot maintain it. To And all Arabia breathes from yonder box. t..ent1
Gibbs some
who
The tortoise
, Democrats, though in a falso position, iu The expanded air partakes of the same ternperaturc Union more peculiarly adapted ti. this species command! opinion, tee othtrl men must i i Transferred to here comb and, the elephant speckled unite and, tAe white; pirate was hung

:. which accident has placed! them, and freed of as the cistern, and therefore, at 10 improvement than,Florida. We have nbea.utfullewl do our duty to the Constitution full to Here piles of pins extend their shining rows, years ago. __

that, they will appear under their old flag.- deg. F., leaves it charged with a high degreeof country, and an abundance of obey all its injunctions at least respect all its I 1k1ff4, powder, patches, bibles billet oUL f1JSenator Foote has accepted thJ '

'flieVlmig party is now no longer that of cold, which the economy of the scheme compromises.e cannot conquer the South. I Now awful beauty puts on all its anus ination tendered him by the ConstltaUo
the best of timber-circumstances which The fair each moment rises in her charms,
very Indeed will Knots of traitorscan |
which they were members. It wts:1 party requires should not' be wasted. Instead, therefore we never try. MississippiH
i, .. founded on tho detail3 of the politics of the of being allowed to escape into the atmosphere enable us to construct roads cheaper than anywhere and must be put down-but whenever And Repairs calls her forth smiles all,the awakens wonders every of her grace race; Union alias Whig party of *
ofblgb.b
I day, on thc comparatively small measures of it is directed through an apparatus, else, where the same advantages are the wholo North is to bebrought into a battlefield See by dfjreet a jatrer Uuh arise, has been presented with a pair whic! .

> the moment, and upon the candidates i for Federal -made. like a brewer's refrigeratory for cool. not possessed. At present, roads'could pay against the whole South.-tre are fora And keener lightning quicken in her eyes; ed horses and an elegant carriage with

; offices. Tho present moment is one of ing wort;,-around which is placed the wa. but little in return, owing tothe, sparseness dissolution o nick a mockery o a Union." The These busy set sylphs the head surround and those their divide darling the care hair, to canvass the State. He has oar fo of* A

life or death to tho South, and that party is ter it is intended to prepare for congealing.It .- of our population, but there 5s Some fold the sleeve, while others plait the gown wishes for a sound thnuhing-politic
not now contending; for these old objects, but has been ascertained that pumps of:cubic a'thoug1 G:7'Fbo Hon. A. Burt, member of Con And Betty's praised for labors not her own.-
in connection with this which course. .
; to conquer the South and to abolish her most foot capacity, .worked at a temperature of 90 subject oughtto gress from South Carolina, is out in a letter .

: important and valuable int-titutions. If there deg. F., and fifteen revolutions : minute, are have some weight with planters and men against the separate secession of the State.He .- Information Wanted. A GOOD DnIDE. .-Tho Augusta C0 |

i are Whigs at lire South who will still adhere adequate to making a ton of ice per day. of capital interested in developing the capa. Will some of our Georgia exchanges in stitutionalist states that the Bank of AnS1

'lo them, they arc few and can be spared. bilities of Florida, which can only be successfully s,8 form us which ono of the Lanier's is engaged has declared a dividend of ttceaty-fi 1*
*
t \' shall be if true to Sce Annual Scientific Discovery, 1850 p. 76. i I: .havo taken much pains to ascertain in the Rowland
c strong enough, our- and permanently done by the introduction keeping Springs I"We cent-four dollars share in cash*
*- eelu-*, without them. It is only necessary holcsome\ '/ There is nothing which whether, if South Carolina secedes, sho will have a good reason for asking this information per the eWC 1 I r
1 of i industrious emigrant dollars share in
an population.By bo sustained by the act the twenty-one per
t that the Democratic parly act vigorously, mankind are with so much difficulty brought or public opinionof
tcaloudy, and perseveiingly, and the principles to believe or assent to as a religion wherein the construction of plank roads from important any other State. Tho result is a convic. which shall be made public in due tho Georgia Railroad and Banking- CowPl'o

;. of the South will I bo triumphant If we the corruptions oftheir nature arc condemned, points in each of the sections of the tion that our example would not be followed time. The Atlas state tbs
: Montgomery
have:. bouh in our bosoms, can it bo other- and their sensual pleasures restrained andmortified State, one of,the great objections to omigra- nor our conduct justified by any one of them. .- The Massachusetts Legislature, by a declines to a teept the.
\ do Mr. Yancy positively
I They evidently not tho the
I although it is religion Infinitelyexceileiit ) past or 11'Dominnti
'Ise
1 t'f hither 'i b removed. Men dislike stateof' fEgar vote of 07 to 172, h'aerefusd, .to abolish capital n' .tendered Hm I 0 r '
I Tho consummation eo.devoutly wished may in itself, and absolutely necessaryto prefcent 1 1 tif'inS jeceesion. ,recently .
i'J leaving a country which has'all.tiro: facilities .' in that .
I'I not boaccomplifch< in a day or a year; but them.-SMton. punishment State. t grets.a. .-.-. 'r
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Puba- What if South Carolina Secedes ? I| Newspaper Collecting. another don't want any. One wants all A CARD. JOHN P. IT. !SAVAGE, P

-ffc.U..correspondent S. prelecting: of the ChatlesVfT Some 1)apers-tle Xu'.ional Intelligencer Written fur a South Carolina Paper, lul tutted to slang -another wouldn't touch a journal that Rock Spring Water Cure tallislment, ATTOHMSY: AT LAW,

t Key West for instance flippantly answers the question riot JfrridiaM. contained an irreverent line -with a ten foot MAUIETTA. COBB COUSTY, GEORGIA. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

::* y writ'S. bv saying the General Government would Mv DEAR Sin-I have just"returned from pole. One sentimental, Ia\kadaisical 3llss in C. COX.Da. May 10.1S51. IS tfLOst .

W3 "I r.wj; States sloop .1/wrnv. Com- w'uii her into submission. This was the doc- a tour through this state, and proceed to fur pantalettes wanted nothing bet love poety,

.T De sailed last Tuesday ((13tli insL) tin! of the federalists in 1798 : it was also nish you with an account of my labors and another never read any thing but the marri Cox's HrrROrATnic E.u.srri.-This estabhVhmcnt

10 J'r IIVfl'b Cedar Keys Tampa the doctrine of the tories in the revolution their success. I have been grine for three for the cure of disease by cold water, O taken away through mistake from the Depot.a .

b' i t\\ Ha. in search of the 'fillibuenl talked about months, and asjurd In all sincerity that ages.All kinds located at Rock Spring, in the environs of Marietta, large iron framed TRUXK. (curtaining fewa.'wearin J.
tst. when the colonies seceding from yOu, of abuse I have to bear too. I
*" has been czrcted during the ccrrcnt year. The loca- ; aprareJ,) inarled J.A.; but it is not remembered
:. .k flT!:**i. r'Los, Americanos, jdias pirates't the Government of Great Britain. If then, I an! fully satisfied. You furnished me a list wouldn't mind it so much if they only cursed ion, near the base of the K 'ra
: tO tUItCX the f Gem .tntil- the principles of the federalists and tories of one hundred and seventeen owing sub yon and your paper, but they curse me too of the mnrt romantic and .salubrious that can any a taz; if the latter, rt ay.bare become detacLeaSaia -

trh'1': 8 ? fair Southern portion of Undo were the tame as those non-entertained by scribers, as you will recollect. I have called Swindler, rascal, blood-sucker. These arc where be found. The buildings and baths are all new, trunk was received a t the Depot Nov. 7, 1636.
' ''Imit'ions. Tliis morning the United one hundred and four bf them and of the and constructed errre! ly kr the pcrjxes of the intitut'on. and was delivered tome tune between that date antithe
: those who so flippantly talk about upon some names they think to bestow
s''Ub turning proper Dr. Cox, the proprietor, is a regular grad 15th Di'C. The person or persons ,who may hat*
? V n'C'-.*>ffrfln3f.l>2aringthebroadrK'n- the guns of the Federal GdvrJrnnient against have the honor of pacing over to your order upon me. I tried fighting for a while uate in medical science, and with some fifteen years' received said trunk, will pIease retcre it to the Depot,

' f i'Vm Voxhali A. Patkcr, Commanding South Carolina, follows, that they should be three dollars and twelve and a-half cents, being and thrashed several of your patrons like iraCtice1, cannot be regarded as a tyro or adrcnturern at the earliest day practicable! or notify the Agent at

*nt'1' inua-lron'aUo sailed, samo destination a? much the objects of scorn, detestation and the amount to which you are entitled.I .- blaVe's, but occasionally I got licked like the art of Lrabng. If there be alue in cold wa- ULeDepotwbcrstceendforit.

floow-lj: ,k' i9at about MX weeks or two contempt, as the tories of the revolution return you the list numbered 1 to 117, and thunder myself. Once I was put in jail for er as a remedial agent, and it is too late to doubt it, May 10, 1M1. 18 4t [Sent
With of the of the South can now test their virtues,
fall people
rit'1 the'. Inot U they -have were. The man who is the enemy of the now give reply of en cli. assault and battery, and only escaped by without the necessity of resorting to similar Institu- Bacon, &c

: nq1ari" *picaroons as true spirit of our republican institutions, and No. 1-Is a minister. He says, in the breaking out ions in the Northern States.-JJillfdynitle (Go.) lUST reCeived from Xetr Orleans per TV. R. Petto*

Lid'iru'ct1';; !: a traitor to those who are battling for his first place, he never got one half of the numbers Send me a receipt for the three dollars Federal U ion* AvyiM, 1 SO. J and T.-illaham-e.

On .iu-h t the aanna to sews honor and constitutional equality, ought to (a lie according to the account of the twelve and a half cents, add believe me, May SI, 1851. 21 4t* 15000 pound" Middlings and Shoulders

.-. e.i'v: remarKs : be hung. Kvery natural and divine law Postmaster,) and in the next place} your jo yoUrs in despair, Lost. 2500 20 barrels balk 3Ie%Pork" ,

itli cbart2tiflg tcamboat the would tolerate-yea, demand this punishment ker's column was too scurrilous. He can't AARON SWEATWELL r
".!IJ, [ and enijibybg of the government"aUI'u' for the felon. If ju=tice had its due, this thiilk of aiding to sustain: a paper that advertises CUT AT A BALL.-At the last court ball at LOST. Fuller, ia note or notes, amounting to three 5 casks tiaar-cnred; Him., *
: : of civil officers the I woi'ld be tho fate of tie tory editors of the horse races and gander pollings. De- hundred and tLirty-six dollars, (to the be't of my recollection a bagiil 4.
1 tin* expenses Vienna
of noble refused with
%..t'tii-tif" of the national nert ality Lid Intelligencer. True, there are other editors sides he knows from the tone of your editorials i a lady family :) one note was given about ApriL 1849, for 5 barrels fiLmily Hess Beef
some disdain, to dance with a young officer, two hundred dollars, and one oa the 17th October, CO begs Lard,
nll\ j-K of the United Ktitos a -some too, even in the Sor.lb: who Lold the that you drink, and paving you would 5 Oos-hen Buttrr.
t Coi the jM" ( decorated with the cross honor, but not belonging 1849, fur one hundred and thirty-six dollars, making
!"!,\r., "' if< 'niony. This i h nil right, j i same ctriue--5ome of theme are willing only bt the means of your ending your days : to the noblesse. The Emperor amount total as above srJbcified. This is to notify all 2 tierces sujjar-cured mfrked Beet

I' "' 1L, r rnuhC nould l be highly corntrn ], to excuse on the ground of idiocy. No sane in the kennel lie wonders at your impudence what hall perceiving few persons from trading for suid notes. I will pay ten 5 barrel New Orleans Syfup,
: d Vli- when it j is recollected that southerner would! tl.ink joining a force a- ia sending him his bill after publishing I passed, exchanged a dollars for the delivery of said notes to me. 400 bushels Corn.
I'lit: words with his niother the Artli Duchess Sophia above
sold
1851. The pood* will be rta 6habie
between May 31. 21 3t V. V. SKRIKE. on terms
r'' .South Carolina. the account of the prize fight
is iacorred in protecting an gainbt Right or it is great
,,. < vt>n-- wrong and approaching tho young officer, said BERRY A ROWLES. At! tlohccrs, As.
the of the sister southern Left Landed Smoke and Mattering Bill. He
Stales
in the duty to
i l '1Y n < warchy exercise enter -" My mother desires to waltz with vou." Notice. May 10, lS5i. 13On

; :ruI and blighting tyranny into no crusade against her. If she is wrong, wants nothsng mhre to uo witn you-nc\er ALL creditors, legatees and persons entitled to :

( of I'H-' ja.-0f.t and most fertile coun- (and we by no means adirit that she is,) wants to hear from you again. A small quantity of vinegar will generally : or otherwise interested in the estate Consignment,

O'1 :i tHW! 113 very litt1 ? :ttisfac.t it is an error in favor of libeity and our No. 2-Is in jail for debt. He has not destroy immediately any insect that may find of diaries T: J. Singleton. decea.'ed. late of Jefferson Choice Liquors per Tallahassee.'*

, O1! aion. ThU etste of rights. How then would it be half dollar for he would into its stomach County, and State of Florida, are hereby notified to BOXES Cabinet Rub?' Champaigne,
;n' jhc ri' t; ut.t I'1' j' :'isii'tod: : to last: much longer. If for; a man in the .South, to raise 15; arm pay with the utmost cheerfulness, if he only ril: will kill any insect that may enter the ear. From tL, date to the undersigned or this notice yean will 5 Brown Sherry" ,

ii: e'1 "viintjun her tyrsnical authoriui' againt-t her when the sum of her offending is had the money, but he had to borrow a shirty -_ --.- .. -- -. bo pleaded in bnr of such claims and demand as are 5 Otard Brandy, 1942, dark.

in ( '.".. '"' "i''' he furced chiinntcly to I too much zeal-tno much vigilance in the to put on last Sunday. Admires your paper !: V*E arc authorized to anuour.cc HALEY T. not presedted within said period ; and all persons indebted 5 -white. 0

; ii tF! tO thG peape of Cuba | prescnatiun of the constitution, and the wonderfully, and hopes you will continue i IJLOCKEPS Il-jjuire, as a candidate for the office of to soi J estate, are requested to make Lilnicdi- 6 Demijohns pole Hennejsy" Brand r. *.t

.. l, .>. IT t'i N :M? power of their choice rights of the sovereignties of the confederacy. sending it to him. He wi hcs you to take a Sheriff of Leon County, at the flection in October ate pavment.P.ACliEL M. SINT.LETOX Executrix. 5 **as Picky Lnpdon Jones.Duck" a Brandy perfect, Well Cordial.bwvra

nti V' t'iun' I
V"r. ;. It \vould jterhaps be quite as bas-e mhiion that now talks of coercing for debt, as he thinks it would be avery Monticello May 31, 1851. 21 4t 10 Scotch Ab

fd iH!' '. nnJ <"q ay!! as ocononiical for her, will net have the nerve when the time popular move with gentlemen in his sit WE are authorized to rJUK>unre D. AGYfYXX The above Lrqtir sire scth as can be recomrcrndiri

lrv1.Mt: 1
.. s.id .!<; expend millions protectL'o ftaml by in hilence, will rh to her rescue hopes you will sCC that the postage is paid, iWoatc for Leon County, at the election in October TWO small sized Mules, one a brown mare mule, BERRY 4 ROWLES, Auctioneers, dc.
(1 :: when her first next. May 17, 1801.tZ3T in one eye : the other a sorrel horse mule May !0l8ZI._13_
in the
; jnino4it byiach it is at p.cnt son perishes conflict. as otherwise be will! be unable to enjoy your
L'o A liberal reward will be paid for their delivery iu
: Her sons in other Stales, and they are scattered lucubrations. Sends his best respects.No. T re arc autlic.riz l to announce DANIEL Tallalia *e to JAMES T. ARCHER. Real Burr Mill Rock.
raft _ from Georgia to Texa. will her FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill Rock, 1 8 by
join Mc-UAEXY 0
doctor. candidate for the 31ay21,18Z1.
3 Is Efqr, as a office A
Says
a
oSIifrifT
Fif: (ft'Ufl4jll Gor47jq*. standard Ac it. yonng your paper _ _ 20 irichb size for sate al cost and chanrea. by
ss soon ns rears She is in is beneath the notice of of Lron at tLe election in October
gentleman. County
a next.
10, 1651. 13 P.LADD.
Newport 3Iay
and ths Trunks
Presidency.j Travelling
jfr. Tillaare a cause they will defend with their dearest Wouldn't give a for a cart load of them. ,
Cawiliua Halci h Hegittfrrly life blood nnd the T-- V.'E arc authorized to r.nnwtmce JOIIX IL TTALICES and CARPET BAGS, ort-
j ,,. Nttu! summons will bu answered inverted aiticle the i a large a Flour, Corn, Bacon, &c.
t'Mfl' ;; in favor of Millard 1-1 1m 1- I with alacrity, whrn *hc calls for assistance. Says profession.you Only an wishes lie reflecting could catch en J RhODES, as a candidate fur the .Cice of Tax A". e- V me'nt on Land, and for sale W.cLeap.T. MITCHELL. r j MIE undersigned has jut received direct frmn New

i-i> :i- the \\ iiiir candidate for the IVesi- The freemen that live in (hat proud little Stale liere-would make smell Is going you j sor and Collector f jr Leon County, at the election in May 21,1851. 20 tf JL Orleans an increased supply of the following antides -
you
't'iirv nt t. eu-ui.ig election. Several movpni'it I ill not have to fight their battle alone, should takes Octok'r next April IV, 1851.Vt. : .
iia-:; '' I-- lv' h.'eti made iu I'.tvor of Mr.y I die General Government in its mad career a to persuade every body that your paper Notice. 60 bbl extra Flour, 40 ,fo. lies Pork,
.. I to stop it. Cuss'd your bill, and says you i \ are authorized and requested to announce 150 sacks Corn, 12 casks Sides,
,.!,.; i in iliiiVreut jKirtions of the country attempt to coerce her. We believe, however may collect it the Ivst way you can. I!. F. ALLEN, E rj., a a cati'liiLitc for the office ofJudgcof T""IIE ftibscnbcr, wLb las settled permanently in 4 bags Rio Coffee 1 cask porter.
j I., ;: -I'ltrv"' t JICU. .Scott"fe i'rieuds, eepe- that Congress will be too wise to under- JL TallaLa-see, begs permicion to tender las pro- 1 barrel Lard, 1 1k). Lard Oil
'' and doi htfal Hlate of No. 4-Is an old Maid. Says you are al- Probate of Leon County at the election in fessj>nnl services to the citizens of tLis and vicinity *
f. ." iu i'io i pipuI't i i take that game.-Houston, (Miss.) Southern I city 20' ke-/> 4 cfc-k Shoulder,
}p..,,,ii;] 1 !1am: J ab) I4?a exceedingly active. \ Argz. waj'S taking a fling at single ladies of an unceituin October next. in giving trutiion on the Piano Forte He wil 1 hothead Siujar 4 barrels tlariried doe /
__ ----- .- -- age. Wouldn't yon if she was call at the rc iience of persons either 5i town br in 1 bus Beef Tongues, 1 tierce Rive,
V.o-; ".n' Iv lit'!? (lUh1t that) one uf tJiefac pay To the Citizens of Leon County. v
Sound Doctrine. the"country. 6 bUS Xtt 1 Mackerel, 2 da 2fo. 2 Mackerel.
in wealth and hadn't much i
rolling a
,. v )' ...'' will! be the Whig notiaiaee.tIfl .- you :f7* I respectfully announce niyrc-lf a candidate for For terms, please apply by note to the undersigned 2 dozen jars Brandy I'earkc
The follow from the Mail would bread. Sent all
ing, Liverpool cash crust
,
as buy a (
>;., r i- .- ? favorite of the jKuty in the c.fijcc of Judge of Probate for the County of Leon stating if one r several rcliolars; and wLcn in the 2 barrel Monon ahela Whiskey.
.. t'ii Soi.di.vhili : disc1o s an imiioilant fact, and no person can the naners she had back a month r.iro. and the distance from the of tui-
/ \ ii I I'ilnii HP in > ul the election in October next. country, town, as price PIE FRUIT Pickefc.Sosp,Starch,and every thin:;
-.41tereci less :ifiiy unit this new te&t of willingness in debt- pays, now that she sent them back, the domi'jowe don will vary accordingly. usually found in a. Grocery Store which I offer for
ri, hs !ivu: *, S i *ore or tliinly, .March 15, 1 51 JESSE ATKIXSOX.r .
U will bo well for Demorr c jrs to pay, is bast-d upon common sense. you any thing. Says she is even with The undesigned lias also made arrangt-ments with! sale on terms as favorable ns any other house in tho
i. Mil s'i u'oiie.' ?rr? ii"" i: -" the
\Ve were not until that and intends till the of some of principal manufacturers of Piano Forte city. Call ann see for vouraelves.
aware recently to keep so day
: of (i.-'i'pa lH fojv permanently and inc you, i 5T" Thfrtwill! lie n Regular Meeting of at 5e\r York, Ik>.ton, and PluLulelphia, which enablcs May 10, 1851. IS A. IL FELKELL.
: LiJv ( .Icting themselves with thej'I main- newspaper publishers are consulted, to judgment. Asked me not to. forget to tell j SI.iIJACKON ODfJE, Xo. 1. thi* evening at 74 1 IoVfitrk lam to effect any orders in tLi- line. He ii like- -

\\ ., -. t'1 1 ok ahead and see the |point to i large extent, by [people in order to a-ceitain you that you arc no gentleman, or you '4fr at itr} > Ma-iif HalL Brethren in xric the authorized Agent for.Messrs. Gilbert t Go's. $10 Reward.

v.rh tl.ci! : u:-w ulli ts are proacliiug.| Are j jt the peculiar ttanding of persons. Debts for wouldn't undertake to slander a large and re-. gr)41 (standing irin r tKcitv...sire DYKE.invited.CJIAHLES'E. : -Eohan Attachment Pianos All i&truPivsts ordered n lTi AN A WAY from the subscriber on the 22J.

., tln'ir and] !newspapers become duo once a year, and perj j spec-table: class of the fomala! population of j through the subscriber will be dfclivered free of am ? IL April a I.CEJOwoman named C1IAR-
fwr.'t -
-is.U to Democracy --- -
t -\ : ; go ; I -- risk, and in good tune, at the residence of purchasers.
hi'* t1'' sJjtjHiit -if Fillmrtre for the* Prewdpu1fr. hons who pay np regulaily once a sear, for the country. i K7": *. 0. *'. *'*.-A Communication of C. F. BARTH, 'LOTTE. The alxJve regard will I* given for
and in
IIf 'iv: r and worthy of confidence. We had ..-> held on the fir-t Monday in June n.-xtM.
I t i ; >!(. ;z i > them to read tlie following') a per>on man. Says he got completely cleaned out' D. PA IT, Cratd -. Just Received. from LarixtfiiUj s-aLJ nc-gro, or allowing her on their
NCh: (IH'I'M' iimiaie of die Southern 'tVbig.I *come into cur olh'ce the other day and say- last week at the races. Couldn't! accommodate 17. 151. 19 Srcrelary. >reraibcs. She is lurking about town, and was *eun
May it
I h fruit'1..< NtVork Express, theaccivd- Io you send the paper to Mr. W-J" hL grandmother with a half dime if she i 6 BARRELS No. 1 MACKEREL, > the lii 'ht of the 2d in,taut in certain negro quarter
We replied! that did. si- yo.ifc *, and remained tJit-ra until 2 o'clock.
i it ,i !,ine: --r-"n of Mr. Filltnore.ila.i we was sta r lug. Likes y mr papr-r tolerably j jwoulel To Bounty Land and other Claimants, Ko. 2 rt 3Iav 10. 1851. 13 JOHN IL LLOYD.
I t r tiaveJ; Mr. Fiilmore's success in Well, said the man, "he owes mo JC.>, like it better if you published more j i OOLDIEHS. Volunteers, Drafted Men, and the wid- 8 -} No. 2 "

tinP.U! i.i prcitTuical: \ve choose row to and I can't get it ; I don't think he's good." riccs and would occasi ;i.allj' give an account j''O ows and children, father", mothers, brother and 4 kits X<*. 1 and 2 For sale brMav NoticeY -.

We looked secret fly nt his account, and of Liked the of the I -ters of thobcwho served in the Annv of the United 17. isal. 1 tt S. S. JtNIGIIT. order of J. Baker
b Jude of the Circuit
\ >ci: :a !."!i J/UT tie |iriaciplps <' possessed j jr.'i a cock-fight description B Wayles -
:: viui. v .Jv-ii he indnctrinated his coiutitnon !found him pau! '1P. We then replied to the prize fight amazingly redeemed a tnultitude State15y -. Fresh Arrival. Court for Maditoa County arid Suite of Ilo-
'inquirer. "That man is good. Your debt is a Lila act of Conpre" trx officer arid privates, rida, we, the undoriitTMid Conimwsiouer will offer
'\ du iig: h:5 political prilgritoage. 1'cr ( of your faults. Hope you won't think or their} heirs, of the war of 1S12, Indian war?, Flori TER iS:. Barnard frc.m New Orleans, for sale on Uw FI1JST MONDAY in JUNE next, Li
engaged JL SOOO pounds Side, front of the Court llur. e door of said County, at public

d i.: iliknoiv' political preacliing, and have j'bn 'else may" have prevented his paung, but he 1 is got a prospect of soon having some loose in the fervice of the United States are tntitled to 50 barrels extra and nierfizie Flour, outcry, to the highest bidder en a credit"of twelve'

cdi'r-.tiel: at Us polillcal tchooL He 'good. I change, as he is after a rich your.g green bounty land according to the term ci ten ice. 5 "" Mess u family Btef, months from day of sale, with note and suSeicnt f c-
The man's eyes brightened. Said he, "I horn who arrived hierelistVihl Ail who served irt the war of 1312. or any Indian 10 Fork. curity, to bear interest at 8 per cent per annum from
11 u1f.vor tarifT wise
:; : a protective a pay "
have written to srvernl inters and could vrir MI U! 1790, nine montli"] ,are etitaled to 160 acres 4 Clarified Sugar, date, all the Real Estate of John Coleiiiau, deceased,
of the public hinde,-a sound cur- pi your bill out of the plucUngs.No. of land, 4 mouth 80 acres ; 1 month -Ii) cere. If 4 casks Sugar cured Hani:, in the village of JIadl.ri.

T'" v i'nr tb"!: j-Mjile, a judicious system of'' not find where he took a paper. I"thought 0-- Is an oM drunkuid. HasVt gut j they have died leaving widow, rr child under age, 2 smoked Boef WiL A. BRIN50N, 1
.. you and said 1 would com bore. Said he they arc entitled. Thoseho enhfted to serve for 5 kegs Go'Len Buttt-r. Cumni..noncrs.May .
i.i.i SAM. B.
ht and above THOMAS
: :r i:t-j; sr iaiprovemeutp, allt thing and never to have- Gatheicd )
after This the any expects; twelvemonth*, or during the Var with Mexico 5 bag* rxtra Java Coffer
t'ti > -. again, a pause, is way to find j are ; 10, 1SM. 13 5t
: of human freedom the
tie
r-mse all the that he had and bold j
10 sacks Bran _
whether We up papers entitled to 160 acres of land ; MX month, 40 acres; -
1' -dcU|,.! ) nf -t.-h and of the press, as theo out people are good. ascertain: them for a liulf-pL.t of rum to the doggery- and if ihey served in Mexico tLree mnhtL, extra pay. 250 b *LeLs Corn CITALYBEATESPILINGS,

:i.i '-u-c i."vcua"d ocrliberties. He taught what pa peis they take, and contrive someway keeper to wrap groceries in. Wished you If they If dt-ad, the widow and t-Lildn-n, if any, are BERRY i ROVLE3, Auctioneers, cc.Mav Merriwethcr Oonaty, Georgia.
to peep into their oreounK M*>n who ontitK-d if no widow or children, the father if nritlur 17. 1651. 19
1
u' o k the ; -
; tlavf etaia oa body would send him Limit
as a coft
upon ry : a pile, as they no : above tie Icrcl the
[ICOO/ee/ &Vc.
'.iic tin- are good are ruse to pay for their newspaper; { the] mother and jf nfl be dead, the bfotliers and of ]
|p' :: m t-tn'-iiry: a biotup'n our national his brother-in-law I For Sale.
i
and if they do not for these, we don't postage, being post-mister L-ter are entitletl Ilie fri..-nd of all xv ho hare died IIE undersigned Vgs leave to inform his friendaL
i pay
r'r.1.: t"r. ie taught t 9 to regard the think them good." We struck and permitting him to take out his papers for at any time hi porvicc are entitled to the siiljIey'ti pay.'Hie ,1 ( DOZEN Bottles, qnorts end pints, Porter, and the public. thitt he Lua become the Pjopnetor -
'UN"" ri'tcir: party with great good fnith! and were forcibly nothing. Winked at riie when I presented j undersip.fd iin pof c.*.ion of all the neees- '-k ,_, 12 Port Winh. of tLis celebrated Watering Place, and will bw

I-1 .'iI' jirr: nal grivf nd pretVreiicos upon j far" the idea. bill, and inquired if 1 wasn't ;i distant sarpapers and! hifi ni.ition rt-quieitc to obtaui tiie- 12 cases Claret, (St JulFen.) prepared to receive virirors oa tie 20th of ilay.
your
tia! | vr o.' ti! patty's good, yielding to ell j Well, said lie, I ?ill tend my bill by relation of the man that butted the bull ofF und warna.ts. The land and j>ay due Eoldiws cr May 17. 1851. 19 S. S. KNIGHT.F It is needless to speak of the "Clialybeate" as a
the heir friftlrl- will be procured to resort The of iu climate
Nnc poiiL" promptly by writing summer salubrity and tha
r'>;i i.n'.i erful und ardent
t.is a cav the Clothing
supI'.l | !lii a few days the came in again.- bridge. me. Tern inbderate. All letter must be post pailz. powerful medicinal \muea of its waters, have beeii
Dn: 7 ti? contest of 1HJ1, his fervid Said he I bill.!perpon" No, 7-Is a magistrate fswore he never 1'eiiyoll claims promptly! attended to. fasLionable Black Dres Frock and Sack enjoyed and tested bv thousand 'Hie Proprietor
Li rjcit f t trti d tue scMitiaients of human :! sent my owed and told I low AV1LLIAM "H. HAMILTON, Coats; do. Blue, Green, and Browh CashmeretteFrobk has only to add, that iu addition to three first requisites -
1 ifd.n: : tiq i-i the breasts of his jteopK Well, did 3 ho pay you f" you a cent, me was a MaySl, IMl.: 21 4t Washington, D. C. and Sack Coats, workmanship of wbfch is war- of a summer residence, Le has spared no effort*
I tii-i- [ji: teaching! Ire *' Yes, sir," and opened his harm'], he showed rasral for trying to su-indle him in such a raHte-L Jart received, and for sale cheap at the New to add all the comforts and luxuries of a flood Hotel.
*, was
i in county iincomj j us the draft Then," said ho, *' give mea bare-faced manner. Ad5ed me io make J Printing Types ClotLiiig Store. TV. T. MITCHELL. The be'-t cooks servants, and Lre that the country
i'r, : its hostility to the annexation of tracks in a little less than no time, or by :May 17. 1851. _19_tf will afford, a fine band of inuUc, and all the uiinsoments -
printer's book after all to till whether Bold Hut'CL iE\v _
LL .:J t!." extt'usion of iaverv. In 1818, a ARE OOTT at YORK Trrt Tory- usually found at such places, Live been
h he thought more and spoke less, a man's good, there's a complete tbermome- would get out a warrant against me as a common at tlie fiillowing very low jricc fur approved South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. ; provided

: tIs. than then be bail j ter; we iJways know a man to bo bad if hedon't cheat, and have me sent to pm iSoi.- tiix months' note. : O Zf\ BUSHELS jut received from Charleston, His terms will be moderate. All L* h* ii a triaL
formerly, yet even [ the printer." Took his advice. IE, by all!! add, the mean Jioman. Title, Jr, Shad-d, d'C. r >-\J via New York, per ecLr.Mary Howard, put Passengers on the stage route frtrfn Barnevi'le to
!inoi-u'r. } his and pay lt 80 ct'.. .
.ir opposition to slavery Pica -per > 52 cU. 90 cts.
ia tierces of bushels each, and for sale
est man 1 have seen yet. Will never up ten bv Columbus can reach the Spnusfs Vy taking hack xt
i: go . . .
fr..an tf'rriton' then free Small I'IKI S'J 60 96
over BERRY IVL'ES.
& ItO Pleasant HiLL
JlotR Io Do u/-There is sound They are situated six miles from the
,
\'' j good sen e near him again. Winrr S4 : CO ..100
.:L LiHig
Ujf warjHcst for ortneni"iiil May 17, 1851. 19 road. The distance from Orerffille
prfes9(4Is stage is about
in the following nih ice to young men and No. 9-Is a politician. Says although Bourgeois . o7 : : 68 ; .108Jirevicr twelve miles. JA5IES
i.ici.i''s fin bi.a lips, MiilarJ rilnucwa ] : women, who arc thinking of matrimony. It ,. . 42 : 74..120 Lumber Luiijix-i'! Lumber! WOOTEN.
> *'''" ate:: t > the lrecJIencv. Without aof is from an article by Grant Thorburn in the you profess to publish a neutral paper, it is }llnion_. . 48 . 84. ; .132Jsouiiariel subscriber Las on Land a large lot of LUM May 10. 1S51. 18 4t
these not so. Tl.inks he has seen a considerable . 5S 100 . 130 THE
I principles, so ns !o secure i ii last number of the Home Journal of various kinds, such as Pine, Poplar, Notice.
th to.tjtheeft4: i IVliigs of N'cw Voik he : squinting towards the side to which lie is opposed. Agate. : .. 72 120 / ...ISOJ'earU. White Oak. and Hickory, to, also for running-gear A WHEEL WRIGttTS
e-uU haw There is nothing to be gained in dandling .Meant to have told you a year ago : .. .108 160 . .220Diamond for Gins, which lie offers, for sale on as n-asonable V.A pOOPERS most excellent WANTED.
got tliew. The Whigs of for twelvemonth after sensible .. 160 250 .300 >jxing for a few good workmen ,
Lw a a woman, his but it Tells to -: terms as it can be Lad eUewLere. By calling at the above
to forgot of. trades, if
arc Stat stop paper you particularly steady, industri;
are every inch (IecmcIL- I talking unmeaning stuff words without wisdom. A libe-fal di cuuU for ca$b in hand a* the date ol Mill, five miles West of thl city, you will find the
I Itey k' M l lOre for institution do to now, and thinks you are getting nflvery ous and flling to T-rk for reasonable j'ayr It would
the of *lavc"or. (lie Invoice.Tiitre man himself ready to measure Lumber, and to
Tell wish like your be than unl&sa
and not worse for others entertain
," Ior < ettLo footer or defend it- your a man, cheaply i" nt losing any more by him. are now on the fch lves, ready for sale in various help you load (if required,) and tLeo receive the mo--of coming to to NEWPORT.a thought
|J> 'ir ho ivl.ft like a blubbering school boy. She will never Believes you to be a rascal, and is too honor bized font?, hey of course, without the least trouble to you.w. .
nj9Y Un-ir confidence ilay 10.HI51: 18
h- t must trifle with affections and if there fire 70, HW lb Unman and Italic type. C. _
'"* Wpai t defenders your ; able to have* any thing to do with you, .as it LESTER
i..* i* cfius,,I, f human right', the three gram's of common sense in your muckle might compromise him and injure his prop- 4JiP)0( ) Iti 1'n'ey type. Handy Mill May 17, 1851. 19 St NEW cllEAP"CASHTofHiN6"STORE.rpHE [ .-
UtP anththe( rights of speech 4,(>uO H> Script ail Konmng hand.
carcase, khe will be own before one
your ects. Florida, Atlantic, Central ISailroad."VfCTICE .
;
j 6OW( tt ( ertuan.
subscriber
month has See the of HeIxcca has opened a general CLOTHING
". passed. history No. P 'Paid up like a man. The only 6.UOO ft Oniaiiients. JL dnl FURNISHING ESTAELISinLEST oai
i: i''" c" '*J A MTKrhed vagabond, trav in Genesis, 21th chapter, 57th verse : one. Likes your paper first rate, and means 15.000 ft Tyjie-iuctal Rule. doer South of Mest-rs.Lewis &Aiaes,where he is notropening
(u1" lwui When Abraham's servant had concluded the I 13.000 ft. Brass Kulej'resar -, -
I place to a well selected nssoi uncut of
place iu endcavoftio guprrxaand
fruitleps to take and for it long as
publUh
pay as you Cliahes, Cases Wood Tjpe. Ink, te, furriKhed is that nisliionaUe
i ajK-froai preliminary: contract with Mrs Labnn.on the hereby given on the 2d Monday READI -MADE CLOTHING suited to
l justice, who is constantly i pail of her daughter, to become the wife of. it or be lives. Asked me to dinner and treated at the lowest manufacturers' prices, either for JLin June next, in conformity with the provisions the season, conflating in p'Jt of COATS, YESTd an!
},,7 ln. r rsoit; a foe to virtue and me like a king. Ati oasis in the de-cert eabh or cre Iit. of the Charter, BOIIICS of Subscription will bo opened PANTALOONS, rf vrjibus stjks and
qualities-
I 1"V '"' l'1l ugh at Umcs the conipanion of Isaac, the old man was JI.OUB to get home, A man fit for heaven A large number of new fonts have been added to at the store e.f Mr. Thomas hayward in the City of white and fancy colrc SIllRTS, a$ oualities- Silk-

'' 7 'dne,'. which is too often made to to Know his young muster the )bonny lass be break the FiuniurV during the past year, among which is aionpkte Tallahassee, under the direction of the unelcrj>;gne( Menno,and Cotton Uader-tl,and Drawers Gloves
*-i;' r the guilty.f had brought him : the mother wished him to No. 10-Is a merchant Expects to ( assortment of Germans, both plajn and or.Specimen CranmisRiuncA* f'r Stock in the Honda, Atlantic and hosiery, Silk -nd linen Handkerchief.-, Stock; *. Summer

.tl remain in a few days, to recruit himself and shortly, must Pave all his small change. Offered r..uiwnthL Gulf Central Rail Road, and remain open for tUrty; Tics F.ispcndcrs, Money Etlts, Shoulder JJracu,;
: fl thought? .A fountain from wl chPIJOO his camels. He pending, it was finally referred mo a pair of breeches and a cotton Books are freely given tt all Printing; days only, when they \i ill ta closed.ItICITARD. Purses. A ockct Books, Coml*. rubes, Ac ; TRAY--
':.7 and! evil intpnlions mental handkerchief for the debt Refused him with Offices. K. CALL ELTiSa TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, and VA-
the We will call the
*w, to daughter. of who clio to this
( K-t printers Newspapers e publish RICHARD HAYWARD LlCES.
jt-aj UMBRELLAS
.. iulj.8 force md rap1iity fcorn. a jaw.
damsel and it her mouth said the iiclfing! this note, three times before
inquire ; adverti-enic-nt, J. G. ANDERSON.TVILLIAM of Hat*, Caps Boots of
Shoes &c all
cF Ticvt aleiilly flowing unseen within: its mo'lier. When Rebecca appeared, her mother break my head. Dared him to do it Threw the 1st of August 1851, nhd send me one of the pa BAILEY, which -will be sold cheap for ,

PQ'er of all avejUe; yet i it is the controlling edited wilt thou go with this man ?" a hatchet at me. I dodged it and put out. pcr will be paid for it hi Type 'wbt-n they purcLae ROBERT LYON. cash.W. T. MITCHELL

of animated all matter, and the chief ltt-l>ecca replied, "I will go." Nos. 11 to 117-"Mean as rot Had no Bi from?cimen9 me. of, five my times own the manufacture amount of selected their bill.from my May 17,1851. 19 Tal1dzaee. Slay :3, 1851. IT tf -

our actIon s. "There noble No -wouldn* pas-didn't owe. I swore MONTPELTEE: : '
was gill forynu. tear money GEORGE BRUCE, FEMALE INSTITUTE;
frj! '" l'"i'Ha' : 8 ? A butterfly that roves starting from her black eyes; no whining, noiHinpci I'd sue. Said I might sue and be hanged. 13 Chambers street, New York. J, R, LLOYD'S DA6UERRE ROOMS.T .

flux, rl" fhnTer *" the vast garden of ing make believe, nor mock-tnodcuty ;; Cursed all the litte ones and hurried from the May 31.1851. 21 Zt JLJ IKENESSrS taken by a Sk.y-ligLt connected1 with T IE tw ntv-firt Term 6f tic Jlontpellcr Female
Istent fine side ligLt Pictr in the latest Institute will
a cs put commcSce
cd
,', -'- I-. aad which isca"erlv tmrened bv but what her heart wished, her lips uttered. bijr. Never got the first red cent from one of A Great National Picture style cf the art. Rooms over Barnard up s Drug Store.P. day of June next Thursday, the.5ti

tileUUUta(1t'. ? the va'n lw"0 obtaining Like an honest maiden, bhe replied, '1 will go.' them. S. Likenesses of children taken 13 one feecocd of Tliis Institution \nder the superintendence of Usa

; y<>t continually eludes their grasp. Now, young ladies, go thou and do likewise. The foregoing is a true extract from mj WASHINGTON time. May 17,1851. 19 undersfgned. who resides tpcn tLe fWtand devofes a

tton What r '8 fashion A. beautiful enveloj for When the man whom you prefer above all note book. I have not succeeded a whit bet From Stuarft J/W Celebrated Painting. Ice Ice Real cool Ice part of his time to Instruction and Lectwes. During

(*lCnor 1 ll-v' teiseriting a glittering and iioli bed others in the world, s.iysVill you go with ter with the patrons of the other publications T HIS Large and Magnificent Full Length Portrait of the cool stuff Oelivefed frrm the Ice Rev.tieces.cryabsence Mr..Bragg has control, as Bishop aif the of Institute the Diocese, the
the burin
the from of arJ AmericanaruVt
wtaia : appearance of which gives no me answer, 'I will go. for'which I am agent, as it is"* i: possihle to -\VAMittGTON considered by all \vlio Lave it to be LOTS in the morning at three Cent per,ponnd Eight Teachers are engaged fur the rosiiujg Term
ia seen ,
* indication of the real value of what is 15y the Lyeladies, when you wish to read collect from those who are determined not to of the, most beautiful specimens of art ever published one, by the small quantity, and two cents and a Lalf by in addition to the SupcrinteiHlvnt, and a thorough education. -
twrt
therein. a true, simple, and unsophisticated love-story pay. I have saId I have been away, three and A correct likeness of Washington. The wze of the the hundred weight All persons from abroad can rorobmed with retirement, is offered to the
%hat i read the of Inches irhicli Lave it packed in boxes or casks with SAW dust as re young Lidifea If the SV-uthern States. HHisb ih nil
wit I AFParllli"S Average that just over twenty-fourth chapter months. I hare expended in that period two vjate is eighteen by twenty eight will its branches, French; Latin if defirefj MrSic
is ,
UANILL
quired. ,
LADD.
1igi&1y a"iamtsome picture for tLe parlor, and should be Vocal
2a.tk cxuiliarating and agreeable! when Genetis. hundred and ten dollars, travelling, and mj mukc the: Land* of American'citizen 1 Newport, May 10,185l. 18 tf and Listrumental,Drawing and Parting,are all tauclit
at ih of others but when entire commissions amount to cighty-two hi every by moet competent instructors frrtn
ed expense ; How MEX SIJOULU THEAT W'O3IEc.-A It is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated original England Ocnt.
t cost IL becomes Ittcr and Persian poet gives the following instructions dollars and twenty-five cents I am very Painting no* at the State House, Hartford Conn. Look at This ny TERMS France, and Two the United States.
hundred
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on this important po'mt: willing to do my thsre towards the propaga It is finely engraved, and printed on superior plate 1 t:1-in: BUSHELS CORN annum,:one icndrednnd and tevcnty-firc dollar,
''hat >s knowledge! A key that unravels When thou lion of new, but more than that no reasonable .r1hat it may botULui the means of all the 1flJu 8000 pounds Sides. and per one hundred and fifty payable in advance.
art married
seek
to please thy pnilUher has reduced the price to One Dollar 1 4000 tt Shoulder, twenty-five in January I'io cx-
and ri'A, which unlocks the entrance, wife, but listen not to all she says. From man can expect This business don't exactly : "'AU person remitting the aroouiit inay rely 1200 u sugar-cured Sain, tra Materials charges except for Books, Stationery; Drawing

Covers new*, unseen, and untioddenw man's right side a rib was taken to form the suit mo-I can't stand it. upon receiving a perfect copy by return of mail to 6 tiertc Rice,, May and or Mescal. attendance. Yataton months,

'dnee: the hitherto unexplored field of woman, and never was there n rib quite Please accept my resignation and strike mynanid any part of the United States, (carefully put up on 100 barrels Flour,' For further particular
aud literature. made for the free of Pork apply to W. S. Wifliford,
fist roller purpose postage.) ,
It breaks but from of I admin ? Eoq Treasurer
bends your agents. ; of the
'1at k jo T1 straight. not. Since Aedrcsfc ill: orders (post paid) to the publisher. 4 Lard-10 trp: liorey of existcree, re- then it it* plain that crooked U woman's temper your paper very much myself but it would OHNS.TAYWR TTtiek r; iid moot etefyttmsr Mcoroc County, Ga._,

trin areeble when partaken forgive her faults and blame her not; nor be k queer looking Bert of a Concern that buke1Ie and Ptiblkher; hse tnai may be wanted can* be botcht at the
liihly lnj'irious when would to the .. 149 J7ag*ti eC Noir Tcrk. store of STEPHEN ELLIOTT. Jr, -
*c.4 t let her anger thee, nor correction aw as it is come up requirements evryJ lI Kthm; +f tkt Difffefff

vain to fktratgUten that which is boy4 On6wwanU. .. luder. >rt cncc, i h an editor iylil.e!; tl 1. Z\ Mavl.JBl. Kr May *, 195L 17 of et Georgiz"
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Amendments to tho rilOSPECTUS : Towle & Myers, Military Bounty I I local Dentist P. P. LEWIS -

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE FLORIDA.. OF THE HA\-E on hand.and are DOW receiving. new and ,! Tillahus to A&o '.\JROO'I" .

SOIL OF THE SOUTH. general sorment! ol GOODS cuusi:tin<* oJ the new W1di
Gold Lever Watches D Frc-ciiiption IlgIIIS.GEoiERAL East of tae I'It _
.fJl1'tN by the fifth General AttemWy and rub. TIE Inttuignt a Committee of Publiraiion, on. Gold Anchor Hunting Lever do LAND he will le, found unienged. 'Ltts

lu'cdinpvrma, fc of Article Xll'.Section 2, part MUzco; e and nUI.tI.Agricullur Silver Lever Hunting doSitv'r Jl/arcA Septembey 7, urre--n1
l Sucirty, respectfully invite to
of the Constitution. .
the folluvsins Prospectus of a Monthly, Journalto bepublished Anchor Levtr do TN order (that the liberal viewt ol Flour & :--
da
inthUcity. undet tbe auspices ol the above Lapine and common I sing the Act of2Sth September, 1 ,
ArT. to amend the EIventhCLaue r>f ihe Filth named Association.The Gentlemen's and J..dicil.t)4om Pins* central as- Bounty Land to certain officers and 1 (\(\ BARRELS* t family. FW
Article th, Constitution ol this State ; and also '
Diriment of \\ltr and Finger Ring, Gold anJKe.s JLvJw cask
Guatds S
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Twelfth woik will he devoted to the interests of .\1 have been en;az" in the Military Rice
to intend An Art amenJ.1orv of the ficullul e and HoittculttireDomestic and Rural Ccon- Fob and Vest Chains. Seals, Gold and SilverPencil ted Slates, may'. carried nut. and SO barrels Potatoes,
Clause of the Filth Atlictcthe Constitution olhi ".Gold Pens.Gold! and 5,1, ret SpeclaclJs, Gold 5 firkins bt G
hen
Under these several *, will be included the Warrantees be avoided afar as <* Butter
;. State ant adortr and Fourth oiny. tr Sleeve, Collar and IJosom Dullon, Silver. Pearl and from Uranus;
Ihe Landing Brig and
aU that concerns the : Cropsthe impio\e- taining bt'nditfgrantcd by the for ale by
General .utmbhpt! so a* to give the Blcclion ol (utnc Shell Card Caq"I, Gild and Silver Thimbles fine .
the for faithful and IctGllT
J tEnt of the Soil, the management of the Farm, country patriotic di OltSicjjy
I"tlt People and Garden the Orchard, the Flower and theHousekeeper's 1-'anll. Sihrr and Hn'.Llo Combs. the same lime to secure to the hardy Newport March 2Z. 185!. 11
the Srnate
1. Lett \ud.
enacted Alto, rH'DC:1Intlt': Clocks, Table Knives, TeTra
SKH1IOX settles the Public Land -
"ion the
In I inj on '
Jlrprcttntntitrt. cj the S/afe of Florida Department. \,, Pialed afld Silver Waie, Silver Table and TeaSpoon : Co. haTe -
industry and the ; "
with Ihe interests of the the other industrial privations; Secretary CCBYRDA.wrtmentof
convened. That the Eleventh Soi. .
in General Plated
.Itittmlly
Spoon Fork, Cr.-;m and Soup La. at-
Clai eof t he Filth Arlice ol' the Constitution attention.Pursuits of the land, will : their appropriate' dies.! Plait Wniie-s, d.,. Tea Sets, Castors Candlestick or That Ii33 directed public notice: DP given to all i Crockery, Glass and Stone ware.

uf this Stale, and' alo an Act toraeadtbeTeltthClaue I. Silver and Gilt Girandoles. 1 :
entihn ot The Soil of the South" will be under the edit( ', Solar amps, tic Land subject to private entry, to :. I lard ward and Cufltry.
tf Filh Arlde rial rupetvition rf Charles A. Peabody and Aho.fine doiib1ehueIletl Guns, Shot and Game and file their Declaratory !tateml'rt., Nail, Castingcs, Ac.
this Slate that the cf I'ir.
of
the Constitution so Judges
and PIa ks.fiop pocket Kaive- Porte Monnie
rags ,
Cot James M. Xr. n foi day alter making their settlements April 12, 1S5L 11
the Circuit CUlts shall hold their ffiices for the CI.arbjt. Peabody Port Folios, Violin, Claronet, and Flutes, fine Razc : the ;
and -- -- -
with the Prru, ments a req'iircd by -
wo \ears connected Agricultural !
term of eight years, instead of during good behavior Strops. &c. C. BYRD Co. have jnTtle ---
equally is a Practical and SciertilieF'amcr September IS 11, so as lo secure their C edTfke
be, and the same are herein53 amended' I I ditin\li.hcd Rt.T and general assortment of Perfumery, &
and Col is one of' Ihe quahtv righl', and prevent interference by ment of dress Roods such a*
to read a* f lo\, 'iz : That 01't tl-e first Monday I most intelligent Gadnfr.and successful Chambtf Planteu in I the South.They &(.. &c. TOWLE fc MYERS these warrant.- Plain and Embroidered Grenadines and Mask.Re

iu October, year otie thouean I eight hundred t will be assisted i by an able corps of Contribiitorsjamongthepiaclicdl Septemcer 2S, 2S1.Just. CS And that all warrants may be : Dtrll *, Tissue Lawns and Bcraee Delanea. .
und and the first Monday in October
fifty-three, on
I : Farmersand Planters of the ---- -- --- land applied for, subject to private Muslin and Lace Capes and t nder-enea.!
Ii ix \ear thereafter, there be tinted by Received
every tbal Land. March, 1 1S51, without an afSJavitas to da d. Cuff* and Collar
the qiulitied electors of each of respective Judicial contain sixteen .DOZEN FLORENCE: BONNETS, land and! ALSO A fine assortment of Ladio .
Circuit Each number will pages rf quarto 1 is improved or not ; alter &\ and
Circuits of this State one Judge ol the .
Circuit for which he size, printed with new tppe on surel ior while' patr. I $ China Peail do. cated, "aid warrants shall remain in Shew. Parasol and Ladies Silk Umbrdlaa '
Court, who shall reside in the
be elected, and continue in oflice lor( the term and furnished. to suo.cribtl!at the ute of One Dollar i. Lace Tuscan do.i Land Officers at least forty (1.If Gent Boots and Shoes of a variety If Sh.
may of annum which must be paid in idvance. i Albion do. that time theie U nn interference by A prill 2, 2351. H.
f sis from and after the firbt day January per
( years unless removed :: Post Mailers are authorized to act as Agents I" WIi; Chip. do. with pre emption claims or orherwise,
his election sooner
next succeeding( C ;
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uader the provisions made in this Constitution for may retain in their hands hnIJ-fre percent l" French do. will be returned thi.t Office for PREMIUM COTTON-OINS.- ,;

the removal of Judges by addiess impeachment : of all *ub.criptions collKlfd ) or if j.l"' While Lace and!Pamelia Chip do.do. there i ii such interference, a new E T. TAYLOR Ai CO.. Proprietors of I he Co :
they piefer it, a ol f the Work will be *.en! to made. GUI
And for wilful' nttltct of duty or other ira-onable I copy 1 French Lace do. I. lumbus Cotton Manufactory, harei'taction IhenN /
.catie. which be bufhcient ground for impeachment anyone "uhe month gratuitously l who till remit Crape do. Warrantees .can l locate thrir o\vn ( t lo announce to their patioiis and the P1JU ;
1 I"
of them four nninn with four dollar rights wncrt' the land was prucunneil' the Cotton f
the Governor rtmoke any t tent generally throughout ,
gro\\"ml
.hal I,:, $3. All Communications oust be addressed, poet t 1 Mis! >e* Fiat, public sate prior to 3d )March 1S3J ; ;
the General that to
the a-ldress cf t\o-t .iIJI AtsCr- I !Inn. they ate prepared sappfr any Eaa&Jof f-
i : 0 i" Mens and Bo}to China Ptarl Hat, minimum of the laid i is
:
William II. Chambeis, Plll1i her of The price more
paid
lily : ProeiJed, hOlurfr, That the cause, or "ei, lo I U h "Palm Leaf do their celebrated PBKMIV.V Gr s. :.
shall! be stated at length in such address, and entered Soil of the South," C..l-mbu: Ga.VAN I ZiJ U fine d. and twen'j-fivecents' per acre, can pay Where these Gins have been once used, it won!*
Panama
LEONARD Committee I 1 ) d;lift' between the cost ol' (lie
And ,) re nee be deemed for the '
each Manulactuirrstoii
on the Journals ci : j.oridedftrlir i\Ie Moleskin do I ; I unnecessary *
latest
That the rau'e, or (U'. s. !hal! be notified to the R. A. WARE, S of i For case C. C. BYRD & CO. mount coveted by the warrant t a word in their favor' as they feel confident theni.chines If
ae
by
J. E. HURT. ) Publication.! > rant at 5I'Zi per acre. No -' .
Jud e s.t iutendfd to be t'mu\.d. and he beadmitted IVji. have ben bn-nght l such p'tfeclion.thit
shal Columbus Ga '21;, Ibii. 1G 3m Anil 12. 14 lach lo the altt'rlalcsec'ionJ' reserved
to hearing in tiisu\\n d"'lnrc' bef 'rc anyote Aplil their superior: rerformance' will reccmicecdthen '
I ----- j
\ (or such removal paw; in uch cases, Bonnets &c. Stitcs al-ing the routes of Railroads cr in prcferer.ce to all ether Gin now in oe. Fottht
shal ant Jefferson Circuit Court. Where application is made to this satisfaction ol those who have net used lie
the vote v'lall be b\\eal mys'. and enttr- I I of Ginj,
reciiveil a general assortment Lade and \\arrantce to locate the warrant, I he I )
on the Journals of each House resuectitely.. i IX CHANCERY. JeST and unacquainted with their refutationliePnvprietors
.
anJ Summer IV.nnft.. Strew and
\ *cs Sjffinp desianate the Land Di tr C'l. section
SEC. 2. Beit further rnacttl, That said election [ Paul Ulner Cxerutnr tf f John A. Cuthbcrt, dec"l.ac.ainst Flat Gents anti Intuit need only ay. that the Fins Pirniiairj i
lAnd .
Silk Jenny Boys Cl.ina pailicular' IMC! on which he wi hes l
shall bcoid'Jtted, and return* thelelfmadt, iu I I II : have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN J
PuUn ex.
the manner. now or which m hcreatter Pearl I.c.glllrn. 1'atu.mannd Leaf Hat*, French made; arid where t the tract is specified; I 1-ibitcd at t the great State Fair held at -lanta,Gecr.
prescribed I Garden EilZ'\illiam
James !! UvrJsall.and the widow Sr'rig* anJ Witnthhite( r.nd culored.1) and1 well to designate-several others in I
law 'for ol I member to 1 cia also, at the Alabama and GefJt Agricultural
be ,
prescribed by the.elertiun ;
and heifsol John A. Cuthbertdiseased.UPOX write} mid colored n ; that ia the trac'
they
arc cage
Congress ; and it shall be the duty ol the Governorto I Pilra..l..l'a'l Mechanic's Fair held at Colnn.bns ; ad at the
issue a commie-ion, under the f\Jlol th State, motion ol Complainant. and it appearing i rll..olh.ttt'It, and Sun Sliatles, Bonnet : shall have been tAtn, the warrant annual Fair: r.f the Sruth Carolina Institute,
to receiving;the hijbei-t ruinbct .ot\'otf I aindjdt to my satisfaction, that defendants i ij Cap Ribbon?. black, white and colored Satin Ribbon ur,f>n 'the first of the tther.s which Charleston. The Cotton ginned on these Gins u

In t the the person Judicial Di.tuct in which the election, i is I Jauie Gadsclen and Fifzwilliam tt\iJ>al! reside be- IVr rale by HEm & RUST. without further delay. In these rf'ivt'lllhe first Premiums at the exhibition teldia re-

i I yond the limits of the State of Florida:; the one in April 13, 1851._ _15_ ol the applicant, taken before an Chariest,South C\wtin3.ar.J at evcrj Fair mher
had.Sec. 1 South Carolina and the other in New Yoiks>o that to a'.lmir.ier oaths, that he is the *
3. Bf il furTher nack.!, That- whenever i samples of Cotton from them have been exhibited.I .
the General Assembly shall cit-ate a separate Supreme the I.rdiualIfccess' of this Couit caniicl be served Superior Liquors. mentioned in the warrant, must ( : I The Proprietors have in their pcssessiogaunrr
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Court, or Chancery t curt, under the protilonnot i. upon thoui1 : I .PIPE superi'r HOLLAND GIN, plication. The same rules must be | ous certificates frtm Planter. Cotton Ertkn,Cnl_
this Constitution ihe Judges thtreof shall / *thu'efore Ord mi"ir Merchants, and Manufacturers cf ColletGoot1 :
fut four mouths a ne".paper published in TallaI 1 Madeira Wine, extra quiility, Land! ORirers. Where such j
.
be elected tn the manner ,provided in the first section t ", testify in<; that the perfnrrriar.ee the Gini, ;
I I hassee, Florida, icquiring said defendants' Gadfdt-n i PortViue, the .\ttllrnf' '. Guardian, Executor&c
rfthii art, and thall hold their oces: tor the same puro and the samples produced by them, cannot be u.I .
term,and be subject to alltheprcu-ionsof Faid fist an I Birdsall. to plead, answer rr d.'mur to the Hill 1 bbl IrUli Whi-key very superior article. duly ceitified of. Iheir authority to : celled by any Gin ever manufactured.All .
J of Complaint r a or before the first Monday in September la store, and fur sale lv l.y ; tho application.P.y ; either
the orders
cecliou : I'toiddhowfeer, That the Judges of accompany ; : I fer Gin, given to onr trTelrt
elevkd I nestPoeided : GEO. IL BESTWICK. ( liu-sp in 1st Suction of the 1 forwarded tothe
Supreme Court hall! be by ftnt'ullickt; or local Agents, or Proprietorbymailwilt
and the Judes of'ths Ch3ncfCourt UI dtc- A copy of this Order be duly publishedfor February 15. 1R51. C propriation> for the support (.f the always receive prompt attention. Gini "'

ted by general ticket, cr by Districts' as the Legislature lour mr-r.ths, as herein directed, prior to the said the lineal year ending 30th June, I 1S52 will l>e sent to any part cf the country, and war !
direct. IrsI Mordjv in September ((1S31): ) ne\l. Notice.SIX March, JSjlit isenicted that no ranted to satisfaction.JOS. .

S :c.may 4.: He it flthc enacted. That should n March 20, IS31. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A months nftor date the undcrisncd, Admiiii!tra- ty Land i?-'J'd under the Act of 2 t give L. BUTTON, April.Colntnbus I

vacancy occur in either the Supreme, Chancery ', or I .true cony-Attest, of the estate Walter R.Blackburn,will present I F'50, or by virtue ef any other Act | Ga., February 8, 1S5t. 5 Ij

Circuit Court, by death resignation, removal, or C. G. FIFE Cleik. his flnrd account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate shall be located on any land which | 1

otherwise it hal be the duty of t the Governor to April 12, 1 151. 14 4m of Jefferson County, and ask fur a discharge fiom fore been brought into' market and N tice.THE .

isvae a writ of to fill *<:ch vacancy: and he aid estate 1 piiv te entry ; so tint no hnd can be I made

ehall ri\'et leat sixty days' notice thereof by pro Bounty Lands and Pensions. ELIAS LASTING ER. .the B'-unty Land Law of 2Sth 5lplt. undersisrted in his business having, reqne-ts some all!new personsia.armiega. i I

the Judge so elected to till such va.cancy I1E undersiznedhavingmade arran'pr.1ents it} February 1, ll. 4 Cm I any other law gianting DourLand.' debt.d to call and ettlcup.. In future h wilUerpt t
continue in otLce from the time he JL which had ben proclaimed and oflered !
thai! (juaViSes a competent experienced A:cr.t in the Cityof : book bar sell his sordexcln.!ivery for tub
cr
under his commission, which shall be issued Wahin;t.in, and being now provided with the Tax Collector's Sale. to tle 3d of March, 1351. produce no and by !o doin* he will be able to solId

immediately after!: the final canvas of the votes by I approved and req iite forms, will attend to the collection y virtue ot the power vested in me by law 1 I J. the lowest living prices, which he premises do,
which his return i is determined : of Chilis bpo.'E'ri of. attorney for Bounty B have levied and will and others
sale before
rroriJrl.orr upon expose to and requests his old rtJ'-tumeTI wbhirg'
That should it become necessary Land, Pension*, and C.I.iims! for Losses and Services 1\13)' 3. 1=51 17
the Comt Hv>u>door, in the tov\n of Madionon buy low, to give him a call. lIe has en hand a good
cancy before an election can be held under the pioision upon the United Stales Government.OtEccrs the first Monday of June next, at .the usual hours ol' Summer a so tment of Shoes, lIal Cap, Blanktls,Collo,

% .of this Constitution, the Governor shall hate !! and! soldiers of the war of' 1S12 rr of anx ale, to the hiijhe-t bidder, the lollowin described and Woollen Good.,&c., &c., fcr family and planta.

the power to iU l such vacancy} by appointment aid, (,f the Indian wars ince itO areentithd to Boun"ty Lands, l lying and being in the County of Mddi>on, AB. CLARK has j-ist received 'tion u!e*.

the person so appointed shall hold his office from the Lands undir the late Act of Congress. For services Floridaiz: eei.i:; as'TiR.enl of : January, 4, ISM. 52 AMOS RIClURD OV.

date of his COfl.IiisiT1 until Li> successor shall be rendered, a moderate compensation will be TlieSE4oftheNFcfSec2OTlR6Sand: 1 .I every variety and st\le! which will! b

duly elected and qualified.See. charged, upondcliven' of the arrant the mo rr amount r.F as the pro;('Ity ol J. S. Patterson, to pay the i I Notice.
.5. Be it enacted That the secondfectionof col1 ctcd. D. P. HOGUE, Monroe St.. formerly occupied by
JuiI' taxes and costs due on same lor the tears IS 15, -16, : .
said: the twelfth clause of lot Cloihs months after date I shall apply to Ice Eni
fine of and
3C1 tl.1 G. W. HUTCHIXS. M and '.5f' Also ,Fancy SIX
47, >, 49, I
Constitution: of this State and adopted by the third March 2!, S31. 12 tf Tr.e N J of the N W J of Sec 23, T 1, R 3, for : Cashrr.arettes, Col'..!. and White Judge of Probate for the County of of Lw lB
Administrator '
for letter of final dismission as '
and fourth General Assemblies as aforesaid, be and White and Fancy Matsnilles.Satirs!

ihe urI is i hereby abolished. ; but it is hereby provided S; thcM t al Life Insurance Companyof taxes Also, &c., the, due E i froiii N F.1S45 4 Sec to 11 1S50., and' W } N W 4 Ser I Ve>tincs, which he is prepared to estate of James. Blacklidge, late of said Crnaty' ,de

that the General Assembly shall, by the con- Louisiana. i 12, T 1R9, Nand E, purporting to belong In J. J. such a manner as lo plca- I the most ceased. Adm'r.
current Vote cf theO Houses thereof, .a its next been appointed Agent for the above Com -ALSO- EDWARD ELACKLIDGE
Underwood for due thereon
HAVING Ivt-O
to
tans from 1SGO
regular session, elect some person to fill the vacancy I pany, d 'inin0' it uuieocssary to di.cuss the THOMAS M. ANDERSON, A'full as otment of Shirts' Drawers, : Jinnary 25. l'il. 3 6n

which will occur by expiration 0t1)e term of oJhce importance and advantage of the mutual insurance Sherifl and ex oitci J Tax Col. Madi>on Co. Gloves, Collars, Half-Hose, Col'd. Notice.

(If that Judge who may draw the two year term, on.der j principle would piftfully solicit the consideration November 30, 1550. 41 CmFORMERLY Cravats, Hclkts., Boots, &c. 8m'.d
the provisions of said second section, which is I luf the citizens of Tallahassee and \'icinity..n\ infi'rniation April1,1 Sot.; 13 months after date, the ondemVned will pre

herein above declared to he abolished. relative to it,can be obtained by calling*rn the A. B. CLARKE, -- -- ---- SIX. his accounts and vouchers tothe honorable

Firm GENERAL AssEauIY.-Pased the Senateby sub-cribcr. S. S. IvNIGHT. Just Received and for Judze of Probate cf Leon Countya Administrator
( CLAKKE & orru. u'i,)
the Constitutional majority: December 13, IS'jQ. November SO, 1650.( 47 tf J. WILLIAMS ( on the estate of George W. Harrell, late of Leon
Faasd the House of Representative by the Constimajority ----- T TAVING purchased the interest offr.. County, deceased, and apply fur a final discharje
tatiun.1 December 23, 1S5J.: 1 UST received and for wile by O. C. BYRD J \, I.L Sullivan in their old business, can tcff and Cot Rope assorted Iron the administration ot said esla'e.BENJAMIN .
J 10 bbl" Na 1. ilackcreL found at their old stand' on Monroe street, MANILLA, Spades and Axe, BYRD. A nr.' '.

[Xw. 2.] 2'I) bbk Fine Flour. where he will receive in a few days from New VoiV. Weeding IIws, Patent ditto I Fort ?fans.hnrT. Jannrv IS. ISM. 2 Cm .

20 sacks Rio Coffee. one of the most complete asfoitmenls' of Ready- nab Oven, Pots Spideni.Old ,
AN ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the Notice. r
10 sacks Java Coffee. mide Clothing and Gentltmep't Fancy Goods and Young Townsend's Sa :
Filth .Article; of' the Constitution of this State.
1 tierce Rice. ever offered in this market. Also, a general a-sort. Trace, Fifth, Halter Breast months after dite. shall make application' I to
tht and
SECTIOS 1. Be it enacted Senate
by 10 bbls. Ero\n Sugar. ment of French, English, end Belgian Clu'JiS, Cliain.4, SIX Honorable Judge of Prebate ID and rorlh. "
the Florida
Home General of Rtprescntatitts cf State Thai of the Seventeenth 3 bbb Cruf-hf and Powdered SU-ir. Black and Fanrif JJ<>ekins and Cassimers, Black Strap Hinges, Patent Balances, ; Ccunty of JetTer.on, for letters cf dismission ant

tn Case! .qsaemdy cl the Fifth convened.Article, of the Constitution 5000, best Panatilla Scgars. and Ft;ut ted Silk, Satin, Cashmere, and I'tlcctlretiiii Speyinz Knives and: Needles, discharge a* Exeeolrix of the last will and lesta-
H which he is prepared to manufacture' al late of said County dec'd.
of this State be. and the same is hereby, go I Apnll2.1S51.! Coffee Mill*. Cotton Card*, meat oi James M. Halt,
in
notice and the HART.
the khoitesl most approved style. ANN
Cut Nail, Wrought NaiLs, Horse
emended to read as follows,to wit :
a Thfle-s-hal THE TRUE MEDICDIAL The community generally are respectiully requested 1551. S 6m
Win-ior and Cane Seat Chairs Jefferson County February S,
be one So'.icitor: for each Circuit, who shal rptide e\
stock before
to call and examine ti.y purchasing e-
- -
therein, and haU elected by the COD LIVER OIL Buckets Tubs Pi-rgins, Sieves, -
,
qualfed'clen where. alUhassce,October 12. 1S-:0.' 40 w. a. M. DAVIS,
of such Ciicuit, on .the first Monday Potash Sal Soda Indigo, Glue, )
the year one thousand eight hundred and lfythret USEFUL in the cure Asthma of Scrofula, Consumption, Notice. ..'8 superior 5 s Tobacco, Hail ATTORNEY AT LAW,
,Bronchitis,Coughs,
and every four years thereafter, or at 3 and all diseases of the Chest ard Lungs. A supply months from this dale, I shall apply to the Rio, Lagnyra, and Java Coffee,' taken up hi* abode at Tallaha ee, and will

the General Assembly! may by law prescribe, and 4 of this valuable medicine is just rect\'eJhich is SIX) eof Probate of Gad.den County f'ur It-tters Sperm Adamantine, Star and HAS in the Courts of the Middle District

fliill receive for hit services a compensation to befixed warranted and ol s'Jpcriorq'lality. of dismrs ion from the admiiastrationof the estateof B JXC* Brown StJap. ditto for the and of Franklin and Jackson Counties.
pure very
by 1".. For sale by LEWIS & AMES John B. Durr, deceased. Green t Blk. Tea Pickles, Lemon March 9.1S..0- 9 .
Scc2. it further That such elections Soda and Butter Crackers. Pine
,
cnarttd. May 25. 195). 20) Tallahassee Fla. J.L A. DURR, Adminiblrater.GadsJen .
shall be held and conducted and the returns --- -- .-- County, January IS, 1831. 2 Cm :Bacon Lard Flour, Mackerel) Valuable Plantation for Sale.

thereof made in the same manner as is now pre. Sight Exchange -. ---- Loaf and Cru.hed Sugar with the PLANTATION whereon the late Joshua H.

scnb d by Uvr. or may hereafter be prescribed by JOHN PRATORIUS frtmt'ntf articles in the THE formerly resided in Leon County,DOT
NEW YORK. SAVANNAH and MACON
law: fur the election of raeiaber to Congress from O Shoe, Hat, Hardware, Crockery. Lake Erie. CM.tsirngISO! acre, of which some K9
this State.\ for sale, iu sums to suit, byTHOMAS J. PERKINS, [OF TilE LATK FIKM OF BULL fc PK,VTORIUS,] Coach Trimming and Domestic are cleared and under cultivation. On the prenusoi

FJFTH GE EnAL AssFMuLy..PaLsed Ihe Senate October, 15-10. 40 Agent( larine IJank.JETNA yjij TTOULD infonn Ids friends and the public Room is required to enumerate i a comfortable frame Dwelling House, witiwewceary
by the Constitutional raajorit/; December 31IS5J |I'A \' V that he law Usken the store lately occupiedJh.by (Conclusion next week.) t cut houses, Ac This Plantation P06 8"

Passed the lout 01 Representatives by INSURANCE COMPANY, C. II. Blood, und adjoining the store latily April 1851. 13 many"advantages.as it adjoin* the piney woods,where

tutional: January S, ))551. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. occupied by Bull A- APratoriu.,where he will be pleasedto the faasre I i*verY good for lute and hogs. TB: .3'ei-

attend to the calls and wants<>f those who may be Clothing.JUST port and Georgia Plank Road will ross within 4001 6

OFFICE OF SECReTARY OF STATE, } T5UILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house dipox. to patronize him in his line of bacinc."fl. received a general 600 yard of the dwelling and I think will go en.tM

Tallahassee, May, 1, 1S51. 13 insured against kis by fire. lie has received, by the Lite arrivals, a choice and Spring and Summer line'or through tIle whole length of the Plantatm;

CHARLES \V. DOWNING, Secretary)' of State, do LEWIS & AMES, well-ulerltd *ufi>ly t-f: ]loIl'*, Casti/ncres 1'est'mgs; low by anti when this Road is completed which is under e*

hereby certify the foregoing to be true and correctcopies January 26, 1550. 3 Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing. Fancy Goods; alto, a gcwral assortment of April 1J, 1551, 15 tract to be done br the 1st of January, lS ,1IP1mtatil.n
the Act file at office, and Road will surp
ef original on
my USA D ]-.1/.t J)EeL 0 THING, en the whole line of the
I, herewith published in pun-nance of the provision of it for convenience &. It U now offered for sale'at I
All of which, I flatter tnyftlf, are equal in style and Corn Oats and ,
Revi- "
and
the Constitution relative to "PHE underpinned re'pectfullyinforms will P1*
Amendment bargain. Persons desirous of pnrcLvin
and others that will be ;
lion of the Constitution.C. ,,. -L the public generally Ihat.l 1 ajingi3employed quality Umid in, thW quite market at cheep He, w as ill any give particular attention nn BUSHELS heavy white ( call on Joseph Chaire, .or, who will show them B Sland.
W. DOWNING, Secretary Stale. a supetior Horse Sheer, he is O Li .) 200 oat, For terms to to me at my rcadeM*
to hid bv...im'S, and hopes he will merit a liberal apply
17 Om to execute ail work in that bales
Maj3.1S5I.: now prepared line in a tO Hay, Fort Stransburv.Fla.
--- ---- -- ior and usual patronage from the public. and .
terms. BYRD- ,
supei manner, on Now landing from Prig Uranus BENJAMIN
November 23.1850.; 45 tf
For Sale. F. PAYNE. McNAUGHT } ( 2 tf
-- ---- JanuarylS,1S51. -1 j
---- -- J
A LIKELY negro GIRL, about 14 'e3t of te, June 29.1S.-.0. '5 tf Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Newport. March 22,1851.
,-%. used work. New York Notice. J

to plantation acceptance .
A. j: MAXWU.U JL D. PAPT.
and
subscribers have on hand two hundred Notice. J
taken in payment. MAXWELL & PAPY i TIlE THE cndersumed hereby give notice that ther
19. 15-51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. )' ounces of Sulphateof Quinine which they shall transactifficial
April months after date I 1 offices will be for the 1
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT'LAW, have obtained diiect Irom the manufacturers, and SIX l spective open d5 Sg
will warrant it to be article" Probate for Gadsden County (. bu>ine's, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every !i ,
they a superior
Just Received. TALLAHASSEE, FLOBIDA. ment and discharge frrm the estate ( dav's -
Medicines exctpted. '
We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and -
BUSHELS CORN 6 ard, deceased. E. S. The! necessity and propriety of regular and -
February 8.1651. by rcrcnt an i vatsand are prepared to execute .
1000 Gad den County January U. 1651. hours of business in public offices, are reC';
10.000 pounds Sides. orders for articles in our line at wholesale or retail, .
tOO Shoulders, H. BRADFORD, on the most t accommodating terms. Pork. law and usage, and are too obvious to rcq1:1R urt

barel Flour, LT il&! [Y AT LAW, We have also a few accounts yet due to us forth? ation. St# i

2' Pork, Madlson Court House Florida. year 1849. They are generally in small amounts, Ori BARRELS 3Iess Pork,landing C. W. DOWNING, &mtary

20 Whi.key but if the whole could be paid shortly, jt would go O\J nus, and fi/r sale by JOHN BEARD CQ/1I ro11t"f.

10 c Monongahela Whiskey.Also _.Janmry! 18.1S51 2 tf far towardsliquiditingceitiin sums which we 0\\e. McNAUGHT I W. R. HAYWARD, TTtIJ'II i i

a Urge e supply of every kind of Groceries, 1 f\ PIECES PLAIN STRAW MATTING, LEWIS & AMES. X wport.. March[ 22, 18:1. ; D. S. WALKER.Rtg.plWlll C- "i

which will b old a low or at lower prices than IU 5" Jlorcd" do. Jure 8.1850. 22 R S. hAYWARD, Clerk Sup. :
_ _
In this Call the subscri -- Coffee Sugar Soap tI
at 4
snyotherhouse plce. For sale by C. C. BYRD t Co. Fetmnaryl,1S51. .
__. ___ __ -
before here. New Goods. L
ber's purchasing{ April 12 1S51. 14 1 Q SACKS COFFEE,
April 19,151.J 15 S. S. KNIGHT. a large and carefully selected. stock' of JL t10 barrels Stuart's yellow Leon Female Academy.THE t
'
OPENING
Spring Goods. Brilania, and Bright Metal Ware, 5 IV.ot! Bread, Trustees of the Leon Female AC3'! J
Boots.
-'IIE subscriber is opening to-day small invoice consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French 5 Cracker, method of informing the public tha1 :1 ;
DOZEN Pair of Brook Patent Shank Boots. L Goods Bonnet Florence Coffee Pitchers of different boxes under the SUP?
1 cif Dress Ribbons Silks Filterers. Candle Slicks TO family Soap have opened the above Institution
AJr 5, 1651. JAS B. OA ml.E .&, which he offers at very low prices qualities, Jelly MouldsGlass Lanterns, Cake Boxes, 21 eupenor Tobacco, : tendence of W. P. CrxsncHAM, of South U ,

Plows. April, 18,1. 13 JAS. B. GAMBLE. Cannistcrs, and a variety of other articles, which Landing from Brig Uranus end fur which Institution 'Will afferd all the ad"an =
ofler for sale reasonable We boptO pI5 '
they on terms. McNAUGHT thorough and refined education.
2 o CAST Sweeps i store.and for sale at loW Spring and Summer Goods. Also, on hand a full ar.d extensive stock of Tin Newport March 22, 1851. 11 on such a footing as to obviate the B. GAMBLE.
u rates. JAS TUST received a general assortment of Spring and Ware of every description, manufactured here by ing our children from home to acquire Inowl8iTerms

April S, 1651. I J Summer Goods, to which we invite the attentionof good workmenand at lair prices. Bacon, Lard, & per Ststiou ef Fire Months. .
Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead Copper, Zinc and Cistern
elsewhere.
buyers before purchasing CASKS Bacon Sides, TheTirst Class in which will be taught all J e JjJJJ :
Law Firm. April 19, 18jl. 15 HEIR &, RUST. Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job 4 also W
2 u Shoulders, branches of Education
k BREVARD will practice in co-partiicr Work executed faithfully and with despatch. an English I!, 00
T. 10 barrels Mess Pork, Greek if desired.
BEARD nil the of the Middle Circuit of Boots and Shoes. WHITE & CO. .
Cut September' 21, 180. 37 tf 25 Flour, Second C/a.w-.Spellinjr. Ecadinj CoorgnJlh,1.Anthmet1
1INE Sewed and Pegged Calf Boots Con-
Florida. Office .g ; Natural W
i Tallahassee.JOHN 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard Enghisliurammar.
BEARD. reas Calf and Kip Shoes and I1rogiuti.I Modern li*
a T. W. BREVARD. Jut opened and for sale cheap tit the New Notice. 15 Whiskey. ? tory,, Composition, Ancient and cJ

I, 1851. 4 tC_ Clothing Store. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the lion N Just received per S hr. Barnard tory, Recitations. A1.

-Feb W. T. MITChELL Judge of Probate for the County of Gads- McNAUGHT TAird clas.-spelling.ReadingWrit

Shoes. May S, 1851. 17 tf den for letters of final dismission as Admin Newport March 22, 1861. ; metic, Geography, History, English

T ADIES and Gcnta Rubber Overshioesjust reccivJj istratrix of the estate of William McGriff,' late of mar,

ed JAS.IGAMJ3LE..AprilLl81. Superior ,Green'and Black Teas. said County, deceased. CHARLES W, Fourth Clas'-Spethog, Beading,"Writing.; ,* $

SARAH McGRIFF Adm'x. ATTORNEY AND Music, M
13 .
CASES superior TEA which can be-recom- French
3 Quincv. Tecpmhpr21. 1S5Q. ftQ *n\ ,
Hats.IEI mended. BERRY i ROWLES.MayS. Tallahassee, Florida.C5T icr TilE

1851. 17 For Sale. Office at the
RUST are now opening an assortment CapitolMarch January 11,1331.
& and Summer lists, of the very latest Notice.ALL A LIKELY and able negroc fellow wed to the 15, 1831. 10

April 19, IS H. 15 estate, -iX Turpentine business-to be sold low by the sob- Brandy.CAS1 .
in Jebted the of Jolm
1)lf. persona Jo Fergu- ecribcr. S. S. KNIGHT. FLETCHERVILLE terysuprior Brandy.
: Wanted. late of Washington County,. deceased, are April 19, 1861. 15 -
NEAT and comfortably furnished room and requested to make payment to tho undersigned; and (01 BIGHT OF THOVASVIU.E' ; )

A board with a rerpoctfible planter residing eomewlMsre those having demands against the same; arc hereby Now or Never. DRWATE BOARD, all things i d Notice This.T .
,
I TaUahR eo and Quincy, for a pentle- notilicd to present them within the m prescribed by BARGAINS.to be bought of tho subscriber, imme .L, "month. Travellers and will b

btwe of reference wiU b giveaIleaw law, or the payment thereof will be baSreJ. likely negroe girk Approved New fJ"or,a heap cheaper than Cotton seU : -; HAVE on band at this time
.
roan ly. 1t. at this Ofllce;.Utfjjf t.t1 4 :JAMES M. LONG, Qualified Exwnitor. York acceptance token in payment for eame-call on r. -L fair prices two famflie* of negroes.April S.
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. loo MRJ *. lt&l, 1 Washington County, May 3, 161S1 17 Ct 1""l10,18ftl. 13 a'S. KNIGHT. January, 1851J] f 19, 1851. 15



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