The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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t(\Vritu-n! for the FloriJian A. Journal] sure I once again: meet you. How improved 1 the present instance you and those who undertake intention of the parties to consummate theirS" and had been congealed in wid. mad waves. t with which they decked tho lambs that sported ,

THE FIRST LOVE. too-I should have! never known you.Where .- to assist you, will afford too plain an : wishes on or about the 5th day of the ap. For eighteen long leagues grand glacier with them ; climbed the mountain side
is aunt !" opportunity to bo ridiculed. :Marion is the proaching February. Arthur and his mother wind its way back among those solitary 1 and plucked the luscious grapes that hung
I IIV C. B. D. She was quite fatigued by the journey, injured and insulted party,and if he sees pro remained in Charleston with Dr. Marion's mountain wilds; and it filled the little Franz. from white tn-Uices. Franz was charmedit -

i (Concluded.) and has retired early. Call in the morning." per to pass it over, you should never attemptto family until the first heavy frost and then he wit awe, thus to watch the darkness creep was such a tision of beauty to his delght

I dancing has just conTmcnced. DiirtM.trul We will leave the cousins and go to Add. force matters to such an extremity.l I. proceeded to the loved spot of his boyhood's up, and up, even till the lofty needles," ed eyes. So many children ho_ had never

The Arthur md .\d(l1a maJ be seen enter. I la: and Manning. lIe addressed her as fol. Marston\ turned offand sought a young days. Adella remained in Charleston with a with their t.llering. heaven kissing spires, fore seen. Presently a little girl stood before
ell\ ,t more equite nnd lovely lows- man from North Carolina, whose name was I cousin during the winter, occasionally vi.Mt- looked like black giants holding him ; she was so Lrigl and gentle that Iran2
ill tilt' room.wake their :ippe3ru1ee upon tlli'i I Adella, I again venture to approach a Carter. Carter had l left the room and retired, ing :Irs Marion and her owr place upon the watch and weird over the lowly valley. But could only think was an angel of ;

1jr FdJllIl! -6' Adella and Arthur were : Mibjcct which, it i is true, you have informed and Manning therefore indulged! in a fruitless I, Ashley. It was but ten miles from town he loved so dearly the rosy glory that lingered for round her shone a soft, luminous light,
I U iiv"c!: in'Viii!! : j, when Manning iin mediatefVmnnrhed me is repugnant to your feelings, but I can search. :Marston:\ being aware of the relation and she frequently visited the abode and Lu.1 long around the snow-covered peak of the and her white dress was more pure and glistening -
: \\ null eaid not disguise my love for you. Tell mo I I ship and brotherly regard existing between I Hal place of her much loved parents. great mountain-when else was shrouded in than the snows of the mountain, and

.; .. rlaur'OU mutt doubtless think, as we may hope-1 care not for an entire approval Arthur, :Marion:\ and; (;oodwYn, immediatelycalled Goodwyn prosecuted his suit for the hand of darkness, the sun-light gleamed in a won the wreath of flowers that crowned her bright
\ that ; fair cousin has grown surpasul at present. If I can only believe thrfltime Goodwyn aside and related the! circumstance Cornelia Marion, and the capricious young drous beauty on these glistening heights; and curls and shining face were blue as a cloud
."11 do. I.: IIY' and devotion on my part will cause you to. to him. Goodwyn in company with lady consented to wed immed tel.r.rLhur our little Franz thought that angels must live I less sky ; but tIe rosy light in her cheek

IIfv!,:.T: Joe, I have endeavored. to .impress return my love, 1 shall be contented." I I, :Marston:\ then approached Manning. Mars- I I and his mother were down at the wedding, on just such hills in the celestial heaven, and'I.seemed all at once to change tLem into rose,
yt i.e, t jif! > incontrovertible fact, but she I della I turned pale-she trembled, but ton remarked I II which took place in December. The day at | he never turned his eyes from the lingering!! for the warm blood rushed into her fair cheek

1:1'1': with aitri'J! <""d my assertions all to a spirit; of looldng into his face replied, I I Manning::\ I have related to :Mr. Goodwyn length approached for the solemnization of! glory till it had melted to purple, and then, 1 as she said, Wilt thou come and play t"-
b* : \jUt now that I am gustaiued by :1mlll *' Dear cousin Joseph: why will yon make i!I the dilliculty between yonreIfaimd Mr. Marion I marriage between our young couple. I. ho would, with a sereno and holy love in his Franz thought how would his shaggy coat

fl'ttcn: of sacli;: decided taste as yourself, it must me so unhappy ? I have frequently told you and I thi .k that we can settle it with ton had I by his manly upright and gentlemanly heart, seek his mother i her. mountain I and wooden shoes look i that company.But .-
: !Ji'Tofthe fact; and the con I that as a relative I love you deal h', and you out a recourse to personal! encounter deportment, so entwined himself into Marion's home. then, again, he sw that h2, too, was
('( of vorr f. being fO near a relative IJcm.1 must hopo for no more. Though have never "Marston, you have acted dishonorably, favor as to have been invited to act as The father of Franz, though a cowherd, ; dressed in beautiful garments, and the little

im 'ie4' )SfcibiUty. oftntcret-ted motives before: alluded to my engagement with :Mr. sir, and I brand you as a man possessing no one of his groom -mcn. We will enter the was not a vulgar man, he had the native girl held a wreath in one lund, which she
i-tiidi'S atmhutedtoyou.' l Marion J still \ouwere not i ignorant of the I honesty of ch:1ract'r. and, sir, :Mr.:\ Marion'fc brilliantly lighted apartment, where are congregated grace that mars those mountlil peasants ; I smilingly placed on hU head ; then she kissed
kins:: : I i insult to must be redressed." and and, when a boy, Lid lived in the of him and said Thou art beautiful and
.Art'iur' 1 promised to introduce you fact, and I mu&t tdl you now that wee not I myself a gay joyous company awaiting family very ;
liij',. ,,!. .v.idyou and cousin Joe remain attached to him, still I could never think of I Maniihig, you have given me cause; to tho arrival of the two who are to be made the good Oberlin, and had brought : her love filled the heart of Franz with an in.expressible .
wI It fri" nonsense.iK ." II marrying so near a relative as )"oursclf- call you to an account, and under different one. A sudden silence,a slight murmur, and i him to his mountain home, many beautiful I happiness. Yes, now he had a

L'Tt'4. "til.I.-1>''li.; ;1 Imnrt; really 6eP your beauty and Cousin Joseph} save your own feelings, and I circumstances would do so, but your im- .'tis whispered they come." The bridal thoughts, many sublime truths; of all these child to play with, tho yearning anguish of
allowed: an inspection before I can be in. I spare mine and.lllo not compel me to again impetuosity of character on this occasion I ty enter the room. Arthur's fine and p:1r.l. he talked to the little Franz, and thus his I his heart was satisfied, and he followed the

fa l- \ oU know there is a great deal in reject a proposal which bears with it so much feel compelled to pass over. I have the satis.flction face betrays the embarrassment under which I thoughts were elevated ever above the eartiu dear little one, as she bounded before him,
trmu'! <('< the physiognomy of new acquain- sorrow and unhappiness." of knowing that I have not acted dishonorably he is laboring, while his bride is pale, very Franz could look at nothing that did not \ looking back so bright and happy. And then

sLutiIg;, .: Gut h.w CUI' J-mr be2utv." "Adella, I will abide your decision. I fee for : have not related your conversation pale, but surpassing lovely. The ceremony : make him think of heaven. And when the she stopped in a grassy spot, where a cea

Linc'S". r1hi"'flU have I learned to tcazc.f.nsin .- that all is hopeless-but think not that Arthur I I with mJsefto Mr. Goodwyn. I is performed-the festivities are o'er, and the. short, warm, bright summer was gone, and spring bubbled up, and two silver-leafed

,. \ .10 e, 1 12;(' has: acquired a gieat many Marion will wed you. I can and will prevent have pimply the remark: made by I guests retire. The next day Arthur and his the herdsman had driven his cows into the trees interlaced their branches above it, and
'." that" I Mr. 1riol. and the serious consequences lovely bride, accompanied by Mrs. Marion valley below, and there left them in the comfortable I birds sang in the tree, and the purple grapes
flUho: :; whu1t I ,1 :.wn fouan. I would tliink: it impoKt *. Cousin Jeseph you cannot hold Arthur I \which may result from the remark.Ve have and some; of .\ fiend5wproceeded' to his 'I winter stalls of their rich owner, ah! : hung from the twining vines that clasped

Who my to find fault in our young friend." responsible: for that which.your own imprudence come to endeavor t settle the matter amicably plantation. ::\ one party then Franz had pleasant hours, when the win. I their curling tendrils round the trees, clothing ,
\ for von:
!Arthur, immediately perceiving the manner of action brings upon you. 1 was not if plssihe. but we )both concur in the ; a dOt dhangs o'er his brow-the vivacityand try winds howled in their mad fury and the them in a rich and woundrous drapery of

in which This was uttered, replied, aware that you possessed!; so email a mind.- opinion you are the reprehensible party." sprightliness of his nature have given driint snow almost buried the peasant's cot. beauty. The little child bid Franz be seated

!<. \"<> can remember some of the faults of Hut beware how you would offer( insult!: to I "We1, fir, you and Mr. Goodwyn are way to melancholy and liitlessness. Tlie it was 1righ and warm and and said to l him, Wilt thou drink 1" And
school days, Joe," and merrily laughing !t him-his is a noble spirit that will not brook :: liberty to form your own opinions, evening before. at the wedding he was all life, pleasant in the long evenings, when the Alpine she took a crystal cup and dipped it into tie!
otTtlh.our l remark. made by Manning\ he turned (dishonor, and \\hell too late you may perhaps i i but I shall nevertheless cal Mr. :Marion:\ to anaccount. gaiety and animation-now, he appears to be pine cast such a cheerful blaze of light 1 i sparlngaters.. Never did an earthly king
todd n"d said repent yourself of a rash act, which can: )be ." I lost in deep thought, and that thought, seemsto into every nook and corner of that small a jewelled cup. And the
'. Now:i, Mis Manning, having satisfied: my readily and easily avoided L.rl little judicious I:Ianning' observed Goodwin, "I claim be of a burdensome) character. After room; and the fgood mother sat plying heriitf waters were like life to him. And tho little
and by an attentive examination of forethought. the your fighting me first. I have spending some little time with the young :: spinning the wool for the warm win. one said, These are the waters of truth
curu'fiu fair\, beauty ascertained that she is not I i The music ceased, and Fr:1ncis1trion::\ : hl"'cl dealt with fraudulently by your Father. couple, the friends departed and left them to tr and the kind father, in the brightfire that our Lord gives us." And Franz said to

altiisilbereryfedoubtable your I have concluded havin: alrcady enlr:1O'edddla 00 for a waltz, His age precludes the possibility of my' receiving enjoy that happiness which.I depended upon light, carved those pretty Swiss toys that her, I Whose child art. thou?r' And she an.
: to me." proceeded to consummate! the engagement. I personal satisfaction at his hands, but their own action The evening before they adorn the shops of Geneva,,those little tiny swered I am the Lord's child.. And she
allow] present
to Adfla"aj'! rtached the ladyitli] As he approached Adella, :Manning bowed I you are his son, and must render that satisfaction : I II I left, :Mar&ton:\ called Arthur aside and said, cottages that you have often seen even in,A- said, Thou hast drank of the waters of truth,
Arthur and t ur! cotibin:> and introduced :Mr.: and left. His friend Marstou was a noted or be fetigmatued as a coward. It is Marion, I may never see you again.- merica. It is one of the delights of the gentle wit thou not now eat of the bread of life ?"

Mario:! to Miss Harwell, of Virginia. Man- I duellist, and to liiin he repaired, determinedto I true I might have prosecuted your father! and Two days hence, and I may be lying in the little Franz, to arrange those carved hous. she hel before him a plate of gold, and
: promenade to Adella. to. gain his asifetancc. in the matter. I recovered damages for the injury I may have I cold embrace of death. You must ever thinkof es into a city-a I heavenly Jerusalem" he fine was on it. The hungry Franz ate
proposed a
rins vluch: 'she cousentt"J.I'tlmr led Miss lIar. Mar&ton, I have an affair on hand in sustained, besides his being convicted of maliriously I me as one who cherished! a warm and affectionate called it-and then to people it in his own I with a boundless delight. Then she plucked

rtll to a sola; seated himself beside her, and which f must claim yourassiatance:: as a friend. I and fraudulently detaining a letterdirected friendship for you." fancy ; he had fathers and mothers and Fran..1 I purple grapes, and said, Eat! for this is
iu an animated conversation with Your experience in these matters too, will be I i to me, but the peculiarity of his! Dear Marston, why do you speak so despondingly ,. zes in every house; they were the angels of the fruit of good works." And she laughing
ciijaged k.r.!' : She was a beauty of the Italian order. a valuable) aid to me in this emergency. The |I neice's situation with my cousin, made me ? explain to me, we have all noticed God to him; and thus he made himself hap I ly said, I think our Lord. has let me per-

The only feature which \\'.asIot beautiful i I circumstance to which I would request Jour I j deem it unnecessary to enter suit against him; I I the change that has come over you, but py with beautful fancies. fon a very good work this happy day for
her which was Homan.{ Arthur attention is tli8-"'hilstIarion:: and my ,, hut sir as you by your own actions, put could not account for it." Franz had never had a child to play with; thou art hungry and thirsty, and He has sent

VSB flluC:: her UO to< f ry
the I shall make." longed, oftentimes, to play with them, but he the Franz must have beamed out of his
fdgi-d.vitb his fl: Adella, that she was a due all relatives, and approached them. be prepared to meet cal an il1h'idual. on several different occasions,
beaut Upon this Marion remarked to my cousin 1 I So saying he turned Marston looked since my arrival in Carolina. The night of was timid, and was little accustomed to the eyes, for his heart was filled with good thingstoo.

prerlcss"I 1 ascertained( } :Mr.\ Marion that you.have that he would peek an opportunity of engaging amaze Manning trembled. Goodwyn M>- your wedding, he threw a glass of wine into usual ways of children, so that he had never Then the angel-child said, "Shall we
returned fiom a residence of four in her attention when there would be no i j proaching Francis Marion, who was conversing I m face. I have forborne in every instance to spoken to a child. Hence the children in not go into the heavenly city, the New Jerusalem -

&otl.1 d." years probability of an unceremonious intru on. |.i I with Major Haynesworth, said, cal)the villain out, but that act put it ont of his heavenly Jcruslem" were peculiarly ?" And. she led Franz down the mountain -

Yes, Miss, I have again put foot upon You must see, therefore, that Marion must I Frank, a word with you." my power any longer to forbear. I have challenged dear to him. side. But what a wonderful city was
native land, and can assure you that it is either apologize} amply to me, or meet me He then related the circumstance to him, he has accepted, and two days hence But winter, too, has its bright days on the this when he came near to it Afar off he
a my!mitier of great gratulation to myself, belt upon the field as a man of honor." and it was determined that :Manning:\ should you will know the person who has inflicted Alps, when the sky is blue and cloudless, and had thought it a city of Swiss cottages, but
;!? parted: fl'OI1l:111 of my relatives and friends Manning, I must beg leave to differ from be chalenged The next morning Francis I such wanton insult and premeditated outrage the sunlight glitters from mountain side to when he came near he found that the building .

to, Ions: a time, severing the associations! of you in opinion. You present a false issue.!; ) was patc1d with the challenge. upon my feelings." mountain side, in dazzling brilliancy, and of the wall of it was jasper and the city
.loutafiii flc.'lwNU1J; going to mingle) with I Now ask yourself! if you did not provoke :Mr. Manning appointed friend Carter, to act He would not impart to Arthur the name clothes the earth with a jewelled robe of crystalline was pure gold, like unto clear glass; and the

tlios'-,, win I were strangers: to:: me, I can assert Marion to the remark by a series of intrusions for him, and that afternoon, the two young of his antagonist, but on the third day after beauty. It was such a day as this twelve gates were twelve pcar every several -
that: I Mum to !home with emotions cfinttmsedlijrU J" gentlemen accompanied by their second, two his departure, Arthur received the iuformaton when Franz thought he would make a winter gate was of one pearl; and the street of
and my visit her natural curiosities: Why, :Marston, my relationship to the : surgeons and :Marston:\ repaired a little distance that :Manning:\ had been killed by :Mars-:\ excursion ; it was the first time in his life, the city was pure gold, as it were transparent

from which fo= much instruction can be gained, giil guarantees: to me the right and privilege} into the country and there fought. Upon ton in a duel fought upon Sullivan's hland. that ho had gone alone on the mountain,I glass. And tho city had no need of the sun,
and sath varied information and pleasuic re approaching' her at any time and in any II the first fire :Manning:\ fell wounded in the Arthur and Adella have lived as they expected when its summer paths were all covered over;; I neither of the moon to shine in it, for the glory
ceived." company, and moreover" thigh. Goodwvn_ coolly remarkd. in contentment and happiness. and for he was only eight years old. But the father of God did lighten it." And wonderful it

', \\Viiv, Mr. !Marion you appear to be Excuse me for interrupting you, :Manning : I
*.o.itLng: of an enthusiast Did you not !see I ; but you are again at fault. Even a ,! it to be FO. merely wished to bring him and shining lights in the history of their coun and the mother was using the bright sun magnificence and beauty, to look up and. see, I
ujjliU aud scenery in Scotland: which! turpass- brother would not be justifiable in intruding' to his senses by a gentle application whicj try. Arthur has just retired from one of the shine to do house work, and Franz, left to a it were, Mt. Blanc, towering in a holy
*s our own r' when he knew (as you did,) that such intrusion -I I was essentially.require, and which result highest offices in the gift of the State ; and himself, drew on his hooded sheep-skin coat, grandeur, but bright with an exceeding great

.. :No, :MUS Harwell, I must confess that I I was unwarrantable; and if a gentleman in salutary consequence" I has declined a re-election. He has retired took his staff in his hand and followed with I I glory. The angel said That: is the bill
ai t ikree different periods of time, and can 6Jj'l assured that his pr .jnce is not acceptable, wound which wo .Id not incownielce. his children, and teaching them ns he has I II snow. The keen mountain air braced his I! flows from the Divine Sun upon it, and its
vitb fciifety that I never have experienced the he ought to be prepared; to meet the scathing I Manning very long.. He was carried back himself been taught His wife is the same active little limbs, and on and on he went, I: rosy glory never fades." Franz saw happy
tame: degree of enchantment and pleasure I reproof which such conduct ever merits." I to the hotel, and recovered rapidly. Arthurwas lovely and affectionate creature that we have till a sensation of hunger made him think of children coming in from the green feds. and

v-liich the sceneryof our own blessed! land j I 4< Wei), Marston J I !1.:1 \ counted you as a always kept in i ignorance as .the origin I known her to be in years gone bye. 'Tis his home and his dinner. But, alas, vain was singing, as they went, holy songs to
series to iU I'ire. Our lake, our mountains: friend upon whom I could rely with the utmost of the due.and not knowing that his name nigh! The moon the silvery queen of night, this thought, for Franz knew not where he the Lord, and love to each other. And he
, \luilh l aiid:. 1 livers are in every respect superior I!I confidence, but you appear to have allowed j j had )WCI all concerned in the matter, lie 13 silently careering across the arched dome was, the mountain was strange to him, he turned to his companion and said, Whose
touW of the old country. There i is no :\Marion's personal appearance to |!: called upon Manning frequently during his I of this celestial vault The feathered song. recognized nothing, he knew not which wayto are these children I" and she, smiling, said,
fcuch majestic right as. that of the foaming, captivate: you to SUCh an extent that you I I sickness. Manning; felt ashamed to acknovtl- sters of the grove hsvo retired to their accustomed turn. Alone on *ie wild and desolate All, al are the Lord's children ; and thou,
thundering cataract of Niagara-no Rich I have, in the! fervor of a new attachment, per- j!! edge the causes which led to the affair. The I I repose. Silent, in .wf r 1'' -j/ijn"1 ' tJt' uliful scenery. or river as our own II ud- I haps forgotten one that can date further i kind attentions of Arthur made him keenly '.I and I magnificence, supreme;, the 1 bieeze"waiving .Very sad ; and iii.w to his terror the wind of our little Franz was like a perfect
fc',n, and know that we can boast of I back." seiibiblc] of his own \illainy. Goodwyn ;!tl.! {! the trees the rippling of the waves, began its shrill whistle around the icy crags. love ; when all at once the shadow of a .
you I
lImy rnon- \\onderful! and amazing curi mtio i .:\Manning you may count upon mo as a ways alledged the duel to have taken place on I II :| and their playful motion as reflected by the The little wart that the bright sun gave great darkness fell upon him ; he could no
; uirougWat our cxtentive 'ossef.islHI1 .- friend but in this ini-tance I cannot: conceive) !1 account 01' 'Ir. Jas. :Manning:\ having taken :I pale moon-Leats, now and then the splash was dissipated by the cold, cold winds.- longer see the angel-child ; for a moment ho
The etjt\ perhaps, cx'-ite more admiration 1 you to be aggrieved. In fact, if 1\1 Marion: ,:I i note directed to him from a servant and never of tliu oar as it lend its aid to the light canoe Franz wandered about hopelessly, every moment heard her voice, then he was deaf to that ;

-the rtUcs nf i-tncient days-tlie vast build- I were to choose, he might either demand armI after producing itI which! i is:gliding to smoothly o'er the glassy his feet and hands grew more numb ; the glorious city: was shut out from Urn ; he

ingi a.w mighty: works of ajt. awake the 'I apology from ,you, or bring you to the i I(I Some weeks have passed, and Arthur is water-all lend an air of enchantment to the he could no longer hol hi little stiff and fdt the most dreadful sensations mighty *
duI1tatit I The he I Ii In bower the banks of the finally crouched despair, beside a I agony-the pain of suffocation terrible
energies of the imagination, and we sciatch' for presuming to intrud. So far as || driving Adella o-.if.: opportunity considers scene. a upon
are rnpelled toga: ?* in rtupified wonder; mj friendship for the gentleman is concerned, I i n't for approaching! the subject of his noble Ashley at ths! time was sitting Arthur sheltering rock. He knew that he must keep, contraction ; and poor Franz opened his eyes
taut thE nateral scenery of cur own countrv, 1 can assure1 you that 1 have been very greatly contemplated union, he therefore observed, and his lovely and as she tits her hand himself awake or the death sleep woul I I in }his own peasant home. Oh, he could not
and its variety tf climate: lends to fill the predisposed in his favor by his gentlemanly 4< Dear Adella, time is ruling around in his within those of her husband and look come. But hungry and tired and bear it-the heaven-life was gone. But
t iniuj cEpct into his face as he -:" f titled to the lethargy. Yet it I I Franz heard his mother's deep sobs, and
: as
amid was
: w-idj greater delight, and to impart deportment ; but 1 am not well enough acquainted ceacele&s course, we Il\'e as yet come to serenely conv. t 'f :-) ten
more useful and entertaining:: instruction than: with his qualities and disposition to no conclusion as to when we shall be united I with her, she appears to be one of those coming on, Franz thought he would say his he had a great pity for the earth.sorrow,

to Kgaincd j in the Old Dominions of Kuroj know whether I would like to...have him as a for life. You have had sufficient time to consider I seraphs from on high, who sing around the prayers ; but his frozen brain could only recall be opened his eyes and said, "MotherI"
f." iVh-nd. I I. however, think that were I to bo the matter and I must now pray for an throne of Heaven. the words, with which his dear mother And the good mother now wept for joy. Oh,
always from him : how she had mourned her little Franz ; what
rmifeir i thrown into his freid.I parted
( commenced and Arthurled his 1 company frequently
nlswer.rthur. THE OF THE LORD. she had suffered his loss and
fair and i and I have thought it and would CHILDP. agonies at ; how
mteUi-ent compnnion to a place in I hip between us would EOOU spring up! upon Trnst God,
the quadrille, and I increase. But Manning, if you do not object wish that you could defer it one year longer Little was son of a Swiss cow Dour child; she and the father had searched unt they
they were .soon enjoying and in his belted blonze and wooden had found the had
frozen and
:: : ; God, the Lords, boy; they
Uieauclvfg to wait IU'fi I
in the whirl of the I will propound a question or h\o.- but as you arc so indisposed long, '
dance." Adella had giddy been rid of her cousin mazy, Have. you proposed to your cousin i" I have determined to allow you to appoint the sandals with an iron pointed stick in his Sees and know striven to bring back life into those stf
wnall he he wandered his limbs. Franz listened i
by it all
and hand, as was, E\cr tg"And to but weary
was Yes, I have. time.
oauce dancing with Francis Marion. The father's side, as he herded his cows ,the thus Franz slept. But it was a beau teas were in his eyes. that he could |
: conclud Arthur and his Did you propose before or after Limo remark Well, Adella, this is August,-suppose !. Al say
iot< compan. October\ You the summer pasture of Mount Flegere. Franz tiful sleep, for in a moment a glorious sum was, C Ah, mother, I so happy! why did .
joined Adella aiH Marion% and made: I by :Mr.:\ :Marion:\ {r" we say can name day.
were Arthur, bad companions I have proposed' : since the remark was Dear Arthur that is too soon-defer it at dearly loved the cows; he knew all of their mer sun shone around him, so warm and you bring me back here?" But the mother
exchanged. hardly
ooaienccd made. least spring." characters; they were to him as dear friendsto bright that it seemed an infinite comfort to! could not understand him, and it was many
convtTMng! with Adella when until x be lovingly tended, and their milky odor him and ho was lying on soft days before Franz enough to
Mr .Manning! intruded ium&t-lf. Arthur had This, therefore, accounts for your beingso we will split the differenceand ; : green was strong tel
mended to determined redress. Had been February the day.:' was to him a delicious perfume, and the pure bank; it was as if he had just ceased uttering what he had seen in the death-sleep,
dance you
this!. with Adella but upon you say lame
got : ,
M thonjdit as : wi h to do successful in your application for the lady's "Very well, Arthur-1 will consult the old rich, mountain milk seemed always to him his little prayer, and yet how wonderful it his outer body was partially separated from
Lc.u'ou1 Manning might so, hand doubt would Lave allowed the like a heavenly gift But Franz had other was-ho looked down on a city not the village his spirit, and he had come into his spiritual
yield to li lie therefore turned you no \: people.
to Adella. and said l1I., -I' remark_ made. by Mr.. :Marion\ to ink.into,obmion I Dearest Adella, what: unalloyed felicity. I I ,pleasures. .* beside 11 the cows. i *,. he dearly i loved it o of_ Chamouni, ,. but a city. as. of. finely.... .carved .consciousness." The- mother- -- and the father
; EIC lor ours on me ueautiiui listened with the had
4r ti his lather, ana no wouia Swiss ranged, in order awe; seen angels;
the ol so soon united to I cottages chil
will hare to for a but now that you nave! injured :1I1I.1m. enjoy. in hope being !
rely upon you part.flt'r. lofty mountain side, listening to him, as he on a and sunny slope high on the ho had talked with -eaten and drank
In fact, know here and suited that gentleman you display; a feeling the object of my hearts first treasure its earliest I green
I JOU every one talked of the magnificent scenery that smiling mountain tide. On one side were with them; had actually walked in the streets t
shall depend for of resentment towards him, and he has in nowise devotion, and I look forward to the appointed pied
ttn C<'S," entirely upon you acquain"ell been culpable." time with such intense feelings of delight itself in massive grandeur before them. I I rich pasture fields, and cows so large and of the heavenly New Jerusalem ; yea had

Arthur with and I will ;\Mansion I deny the assertion that I have Lecaus I know that happiness must was truly beautiful Mount Flegere shuts mid and beautiful, were feeding there ; on been an angel himself for a few blissful moments -
come mc
"traduce to either insulted or injured Marion." reign where'er such love as ours may dw.l.It on time valley of Chamouni, other side of the fair city lay another Then said the loving mother, C.\h.
Atthisinbtant you some waltz ouj. commenced and Well, Manning apply the occurrence to be my highest aim and cne5t en which looks like a little Eden nestling itself green field, and still waters were flowing Franz, had I known thy joys I would not
Arthur immediately a took was Adella. The waltz yourself. You are converting with a l.adJ- shal, make you supremely happy, and I at the foot of Mount Blanc. Now Franz, as through it, and the whitest Iambs were brow. have wished tee back." And the pale sickly .

|>eing? completed, Manning again presented' an acquaintance, or even a particular friend use every exertion for tha promotion of .I a Swiss boy, had a wonderful pride in this sing on soft grass and starry looking flowers, boy i3 large blue beaming eyes
I sal mountain his father told him that it and wondrous light it afi. :Franz her and said It is well dear mother
WBMdt: This looked to Arthur to be a intrudes himself upon every occasion when your happiness, and. I trust that, i we are al. lofty ; a lay over upon ;
was the highest point in Europe. So the rubbed his eyes and looked again-it was a I thank the dear God that He let me come
stUdied thing, and he therefore, hastily re- you and the lady are engaged,-would you lowed to live to a good old age, wo will be
marked.b, I not consider this an insult! and again-that able to look to the past wit satisfaction, and child ever thought that it was nearest to living picture of what ho had so often see! back to tell you how happy I was. When I
heaven and oftentimes would he sit in the in his own mind. But what l his joy to again thou wilt not mourn dear mother."
"Adella, I will claim your attention atBOrne friend cognizant of tLc fact of you being engaged to the future wit the bright hope of an immortal ; was go ,
period of time when we will not be an- to tho lady, geeks an opportunity and summer evening' watching the sun-light fade see children, real, beautiful children, walking .i And the mother saw that her little Franz
nOjPd by an unceremonious intrusion." I uses the soft tones of flattery to win her from "Yes dear Arthur, I too shall make upon "the hills ; first the dark shadow crept out of those pretty houses-boys and girls, would very soon go again to the beautiful
At this moment Francis Marion called Ar- you and supplant you in her affections effort to minister to your happiness,c\"cr over the green _and flowery: valley, with its in Swiss desses And their blue eyes, and city. But she wiped the tears from her eyes,
thus aside and said, not this injury t Answer me." through all the changing vicissitudes, of this winding stream and clustering white houses, clear moutin complexions, and flowing yel. and was glad in the joys that awaited her on-
d1 that shall bo able' assist and then tho shadow would creep up the low were prettier far than any that ly little one. She no more called him hers;
Arthur an old friend of yours is in theOOfl. "Marston, it is useless to answer you any life, I, hope we to curl
!! I told him that you were here and he thing. You are prejudicedinMarion's favor; each other in the performance of the many dark and gloomy Jlof.au.r looking BO ever seen. The children greeted he was the "Lord's child and she loved '
very anxious to see you." but 1 shall claim, and 1 know I will, obtain, duties to which"we may be c.aled" sombre with its ; and then each other with a glad joy and then formed Lira with a most holy love,and tended him

Arthur! followed his cousin, and was im. time assistance of a friend whom I know to be The next day the two, started for the that frozen sea, would grow into groups; and som went into the pastures gently, for pining sickness had come upon
1\ooiaUJy York and thence to and the wonderful glacier d Boiso and about in perfect delght. gath. the littlemountain boy. And when the
met by his cousin, Mr. Goodwyn. a friend indeed. New_. from proceeded Lack ra early
Dear Harry, how do you do C" I am your friend Manning( and would Charleston. Major 11 ay nes worth immediately .wit it pied ice looking like a ering the rich clover flowers, wit to spring came they dug a grave on the mountain -

OLrthur, with what inexpressible plea stand by you to the last extremity; but in wrote to MJ. Manning informing him of te hJ ru& cd from the cloud-capped hills, feed the cows. Soma were ming garlands, side, and) the dust of hh body! crumbled



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to its mother-earth in eight i of tiio great;mountain. -I Why, sir, }he was treated a.! a felon, nbued', : meet. That of tti KCffHott, I i f.nanarchkal tyranny Souther Rght Nomination in Georgia. I Crossing" the Atlantic.

And while the mother loved to linger : scouted, ridiculed, indicted time alter time, iloribltt & regardless provision* the Constitution for ulimo, a Convention of the Communipaw, a.London d
Qbc 'Olral the of Southern and animated the eor"p
by of the Boston et
round the green mound, and the lather drove ; and: held to bail in largo sums, and finally principles security of abulition rghts phrcnsr 6f fanaticism. Democratic Southern Rights party of Georgia Post., gives the deti. a n"
his cattle to feed! on that gunny slope, that he j i, waited on by a mill .:\cr of the gospel and TALLAHASSEE : Let. the D.motic party, then, which rallied under met at Milledgcville, and nominte the route by which it u confidently asscrte(1 .

might sit beside the grave of his little one, \.ettWv I II. entreated to leave the city instantly, as he .-_ -w-. 'the wi' guidance and f foresight Jefferson,and saved Hon. Charles S, McDonald for Governor. passengers, within t e next five ( t t
South, forth Ha It embraced years,
mourned I.it to them a joy I feared }he would not be able longer to restrain! JUNE 7 the again put strength.
was 1851. \ilb
: never from Boston
: the to
SATUDA' the of the Southern States. Even Fifty-four Counties were by one cared London
power represented
KIM blessedness that Franz had gone to the I, the violence of the mob without ; while Mr. get the south are Democrats though in a tdse i.ttl days 1

great and beautiful city, tn sport there: for c".1 Crafts and his lady, who were the fugitives, Oz7-: The Editor, intending to be absent position in which accident lias placed them and freed hundred and ffj-six delegates. ThtJ resolutions l'f I Ccmnnipaw"will be re m nfc red bj) m

l'r with The Children of the Lord.*"-LiUleTrulh ;' laughed at him : the nig ers and their white from his post few months, leaves the columns :.r tht they will appear under their old flag. The I adopted by the Convention ere strongly i citizens of Tallahassee as the )
the law : party i is now no longer that of which they\werenicinberi' | I IneIltch
7llcr.To bretluen held a great jubilee, wastrampled democratic and Southern.Wo .- philosopher who lectured here
i 1
I thoroughly
Floridian & Journal founded details of
under foot and submission editors of the after the I was a party on the : j I sevr 3TJ
: politic of day, on the comjwratively small measures extract the 10th and llth as follows : ago. He says: Je
EdiJo-of the Floridian Journal I week in of friend. i
the : I and submission men give thanks! to God that present charge a The of the moment, and the candidates for
upon "When}
The( enclosed communication! was forwarded i the glorious Union is still presented.Shadiick business of the Office will be attended to by aral offices. The procnt moment is one of Ftd.\\ 10. Resolrcd, That the harmony and safety the railroad is finished from fV.

but has II arrested death to the and that party is not now of this Union depends upon a strict construction : way to Dublin, which wii'e probably U
to the Sentinel" for 'publication, i another fugitive, is amongst Mr. O. Srciir, who is authorized to act SUtI. ( I
Sr.TI line
and the salvation during ,
but to the South of the Constitution and year
for ,
been denied !i place in Us columns. Willyoa this kind hearted people, and he i iI isinstautlj' / ing tht'sp '! conquer f must}
I in our behalf. June 7, Ie ,l. to abolfeh her most important and -valuable institutions of the South now hangs upon it. And I II I opened from Galvvay to Halifax and Boston
aflord it in t Some weeks wrested the from the
by populace
: a place yours If there are "Wins* at the South who will still '
ince the Sentinel man was taken with \iocntfcstacies I custody of the officers and hurried to Canada, and the I ndhtrl to they are few can b parec.- I because we are for the Constitution as it is, l Then a traveller can ;tend church in nOt
\Vhigger I
tllI nnt Ion take
: :: at the complete success of the Fugitive ,i amidst the greetings and congratulations! of Spois. We -hall b strong enough if tre to ours.lve we oppose a United States Rank-all protective Sunday, an evening or muIn!
I' A late number of the Republic the Metropolitan that the Democratic tariffs for section the I for Halifax, (after that i. ti
Slave: Law in the Sims ca e, and gave tho Free Soil multitude, and strait way anew out them. i is ouly necessary I. pimpering one at great "Yan e ad
of the administration contains party act vigorously. zealously, and perse veringly, : expense of another, all internal I British down-east railway" is kce-and)
of Union. improvements
\.'ut to his delighted feelings in terms warm anthem is to the glorious organ ca
sung will
the South
'I' and the principles b trumpbmt-by the General Government, and all legislation I Monday start for Galway,arrive in
innl ardent "congratulation.: I noticed the But, sir, there is yet a richer thing in your i tho following: we have souls in our bosoms, ;1 b othcn or ih
and in twelve hours
I by Congress not strictly and clearly allowed days, (a sea
rise in a short, article which he did( me the late article< which merits my notice. You I We apprehend that the democratic part I passage froo
favor to puhlUh, and admonished him that he : close your remarks by copying from an Abolition cannot from their distracted From Tampa-Suicide of the Indian by the Constitution( of the Union. I Dublin to Holyhead of four hours,) arrive i
reco\'r present 11. Resolved, That we > kid to none in London, via Dublin, Holyhead, the Britannia f
was hallooing before he wss out of the woods I paper, which goes the whole for disunion and condition seasonably for the Murdereri-
paralyzed our attachment to the Union formed to i| bridge, and Birmingham, and be in the
and 1the he it would ruin the South and establish British
of reply, published an because I
way next presidential election. The whigs are In By the subjoined verdict of the Coronersjur i to attend divine
justice' insure domestic tranquility, metropolis service
Article from some Abolition sheet-I don't benefit the North ; and ;you thus leave me of the administtation and the seven day,
possession ; ; for which we arc indebted to a friendat after he in Boston.
) provide for the common defence was This is
I.SOYV which, (ho is perhaps more familiar I with an air of triumph in bad company.But .- democratic in their Mr. promote I' no fable
party principles Tampa, it be seen that the Indians the general welfare, a"id! secure the blessings but will be realized within five pr.i l
with and their doctrines than I in sir if "i
them am: ,) your argument proves any thing, Rhett says, have gone over to Mr. Clay and I I I ded that the Halifax and '
which the said editor went for disunion, and I it proves quite too much for your good, andI the whigs.) This makes whiggery strong, if mentioned in our last having: been given upI liberty tojvarselves our posterity; that |I Portland railway i,
built and will be within
therefore it seemed conclusive to the Sentinel: feel permitted to hold you to your own proposition not invincible. It is something to have the for the murder of the boy Hubbard, hare. we venerate such a Union and the Constitution -! ; one day of it. If BOJ
built The will
that I ftood in bad: company, and at least by and to condemn by ownargument. add them the I established by our Fathers to insure | Liverpool merchants rHt
you your I II ]places; but when you to possession committed suicide !something cnusal with : i that
implication, was no better than I should be. 1 agree, sir, that there are a few i iI of all the popular principle?, how those blessings to temseh.cs and those whQ stoutly against Galway packet station
I 1 are an Indian. They attempted to break jail, come after them- our object h to -i but the mail service of the two countries de'j
. 1 felt that, in Ill fairness, I had a right to crazy fanatics at the North, and a very few, the whigs to be defeated ? The whig administration presn.e 'I
but failing ended their wretched existence : such a Union if we can, but at all hazards j mands and have j And it
by it
tlaim a place in the same columns in whichto !, who go for dis-union, because they believe it sustains tho Compromise." wi farr will

defend myself from such a foul aspersion! : I! would ruin tho South and help the North, and hanging themselves. Thee was a pretty to maintain the liberties and rights of I open Up a for the regeneration lrebd
This looks on its face like a felicitation the people of Georgia. by sending travel, traffic, business, .
but it has been denied me, and I am inclined I I therefore wo agree as to the abstract qucs1 general comietion resting on the minds of the _ Dd money

to think that the! denial is rather tho result of 1 i tim 1 go for disunion, because I know, in that the administration has tho key of successin citizens of Tampa that these unfortunate An Impostor. I into the country.

policy than a comirtion of right.If mind it would ruin the prosperityand the Presidential! election-to
: my own approaching Indians were not really the guilty parties.The .- A German genius, calling himself F Hen- I The Question Settled.
. it is a great sin for me to agree in one humble the arrogant pride of the North, wit: the it is something to have Mr. Editor:During the last summer 1
solitary particularith an editor of the Aho. while it would build up the South, and make spois"u story goes that they had expressed a nings, came to this city some days since, made .
the places. Well, this is honest, and we t listened to a number discussions in
Ihion party at the North, for whom and whose i I i us tIle most prosperous and happy people on desire to emigrate to the West, which excited I divers musical gyrations, got a music class, referenca

opinions no one but himself is responsible: !I cart'a. But how is it with your side of the hope hereafter it will not be said of the democratic the hatred of the other Indians against them. j, pocketed the tuition fees in advance,gave two \ to the Compromise measures of the previous

how much more; heinous is the tin of the Sentinel -I: house ? On what Not them platform do Jon party that it is held "to ct1er by the In addition to this, they were all without relatives I! or three lessons, and then bethinking himself.J Congress, amlamong other things much W3S

who stands cheek by jowl with Seward, stand Upon the subject disunion, I stand cohesive power of public plunder. When tho nation Poho3co and Ista-chok- I of business elsewhere suddenly} with- I said by the Southern Rights men about the "'
in departed
the great higher: law apostle," who goes for 1 with the few at the North, while on the subject Go,.. Marcy proclaimed in the U. S. Senate I I fraud praticed on us in paying ten millions of 'I
tho Union, because the Union is necessary to of glorious unionism, you stand with see-hoh, his son, being the last of their fami out the usual courtesies of leave-taking. Let I

carry out the purposes of Abolition ; and \ Seward and the whole school of Free Soilers. that "to the victors belong the spoils," he was and Kitso Hajo, an orphan, also without the scamp begone, and people everywheretake dollars out of our own money to purchase a ;

which Chailcs Dimmer, the great Free Soilcr, I, Sir, nice-tenths of the people of the hire. unsparingly ridiculed, and the party of ,which II. -besides! the latter was suspected of being warning against his roguery; and let. ( portion Texas, a slave State, to be added to ;

whose election the U. S. Senate from with for the he member sneered at the i New Mexico destined
lately to ling States are clamorous you was a as spoilsparty which was !
folks take certainly
; : too intimate with one of the wives of a our young care hcre3fer not
Massachusetts, has raised a shout of triumph glorious Union : and why ? Let Mr. Sewardanswer. I ," the party of plunder &c. Who : to be a free St"te. Many hard things f
from every Abolition! fanatic: in the Union ?- I He I !snvs, the Union must be nrc.served I chief. The murder having been admitted, it 1 have their musical aspirations associated \er !
thought, in the midst of so much indignationat I said of )Ir. Fillmoro fur that fo
(He, in his letter of acceptance, e-ull gizes the : and why; ?f Because it is the only was necessary that the murderers should bo |[ with any swindling itinerant.: Music put to declaring

Union as loudly as does the Sentinel, and is j agency through which the institutions of theSoutlTcan tho manner in which the Democratic party given up, and these thee: were sciied, condemned many such tests would lose al its charms.CobbCandidite I would resist by force the authority of Texas

t prepared to sacrifice as much on tho part of, be finally destro-ed. This is laid appropriated the fruits of uctory, that in the by the Indian Council and turned over tf the I I in extending her jurisdiction overvtat &b!

the South for its m.iintainanco as is the Sentincl [I down by Mr. Seward, a Senator from. the of grace eighteen hundred and fifty- for Governor. I claimed in her Constitution as her Territorjv

itsc.lf.ud) finally, according to the J: great Slate of New York, and the leader of .ear one, the leading organ of the party in power State authorities, without, it is thought,beingguilty Tie Constitutional Union party" of Georgia -j, The Whig speakers with as much energy:antI

populations of the Sentinel, how amiable} he \: the Free Soil party of the Union, as the rea of the crime alleged-but simply from has nominated Howell Cobb as a candidate i-> i I
would its friends their invincibility zeal declared that the in
congratulate on was
must feel, as he stands and by implication I EJnby the Union should be preserved.You : .- : the fact that they were friendless in the nation for Governor. We there is no ;! country dpi ,
endorses tho sentiments of the American and to the Union of which he l Io-.u3o they w r. ii possession of the presume and that beyond all reasonable doubt it \KJ- f
I belong party and without relatives to their t doubt about his acceptance: and thus will be I
Foreign Anti-Jrlavery Convention at New is the leader, and you must accept the explanation administration and had "the j laces\t" re\.eng I longed f\the United States, and that President i
I death
were willing, contrary policy the fall of faithful i democrat
York, which] represented the great body of I I of your loader as to the motives which We are told, moreover that Whiggery is in completed a once j Fillmore was bound to hold it Therefore !
Abolitionists in tIO: country, and which body, I and influence the organization. Thisis of the other Indians, to emigrate 'Vest.It. .- The he should lend himself to aid in building
govern the and bloodshed it
its all to
keeping popular principles, prevent war i
declared thur devotion to the Union in nearly j i customary and usual, and finds you in was the intention of the State to have had i up the fortunes of whiggery in hij State, W

the same t 'rms with: the Sentinel), but went a j: equally as bad company as that in which you and this, in addition to having time places," I the witnesses summoned and rigidly examined is too bad ; but that he should take the front 'I exceedingly proper that the ten millions shoul ''II

]little further than the Sentinel has dared togo ; left renders the invincibility of the Whig party I I b paid out of the people's Treasury, z
: trial which the
tho by means true
on rank and bear the heat and burden of the \day j I i
md declared that the overthrow of slaverywas still fixed. Now had of slave-holding Texas turned over
1 matter
I will cubic ,'th one more more we rei part
only you powder : murderers might have been discovered. f
as leader in that work, is i something with j i
The Sentinel
its according to
object. and the doso will be administered. You that the principles involved in the '' New Mexico.

its own argument, btaiuU hand! and glove j I are a great friend of the late miscalled Compromise though contests of the two great parties related to believe i is still the determination of tho authorities which those who have appreciated and ndmi-I What says Mr. 'Webster his great speech

with these people ; and if we consider the i I and of to investigate the matter, and get at red his former position and principles .
own parity reasoning
..Your And be it remembered he
fact that he is now ready to follow the lead j i the revenue, tho Banking and Internal Improvement at Buffalo I \&
: must fcland with your Northern friends the truth !if po iLle. have no patience. He is The paths !
of Clay, who declares himself Proviso man, j i this Let hear its policy of the Government. this gone. .Mr.I Fillmore's Secretary of State when it was
on platform: too. us principles I which knew him will know him
or of Fillmore, who declares! himself not only !I ) explained] to you l by the New York be so,how has the Whig party come into possession once no I deemed necessary to shed Texan Hood f
Proviso but in favor of I Stale Florida, ) more. is a great pity that he should have I
a man, abolishing tf I
Tribune, one of your ablest allies, and certainly of the "popular principles!" Have II I defence of this land. Dare Mr. Webster say
tlavery immediately in tho District of Columbia IlillsboRrtigh Cnmty. f. An inouisitioninJentedand suffered himself to be seduced into Whig I
) most influential leaders in the Union. Florida in the of Ilills- the of the President
the principles of that party on the the taken >.T the County he disapproved position !
and in favor of interdicting the sale of lIe says; ii his issue of the t'1 instant : tarif borottjh, on the 2.tth day of May, A Ib51, before trap : but let him go The Democrats of
dares from State another and Bank, and the tub-treasury, become By no means. He : ,
to says
one opposed popular in and for the view I
"The law of 1850 must turn out to be an me a Coroner !ai1 County upon Georgia can get without him. ;
to the admission of a blaveStite: into the 1 inoperative enactment. Indeed, it is practically ," and are they at this time those on which of tic bodies of Pahosce, "ta.chuk-ce.hoh kee and I along : I wish to say with some degree of en*
Union Webster} who is not only i ILijo,three Stmincle Indians delivered: by the With even the morbid attachment to the that since connection with LiaMr
; or a nullified already, when it costs, as in the the Government is administered ? and Kt5 I phasis my >
Proviso man, but claims for himself and the I not United States Agent, Captain J. C. Casey, as mur- i i Union, which seems to control him, we do ( : :Fillmore,) in the administration of Vie
II case of Sims, five thousand dollars to catch wo rather think that no one, not even the of the boy Daniel Hubbard,to Justice Turman, :
"Whig party the distinction of being a better and return a single runaway." and'rcr committed by the said Justice to the HilMiorough I j not see how Mr.Cobb can object to the platI I Government of the United States, I have fully !.

Free Soil }party than the Free Soil party itself I This b the cheat of Republic, will contend they have, what authority County Jail (the Oth day of May, A. D. 1851, I I form adopted by the Convention which nom : concurred with him in:1 bis great and
: if, I S'I)', we consider the readiness oil your system, openly has Mr. Rhett for saying that "the'I then and there lying dead, upon the oath of John : leading measures. I wish to declare

the Sentinel to follow! these leaders, it will i boasted of by your great leaders. Let us Democratic party, in their principles, have Darling, J. T. Givea.*, John Jarksoi. n Leonardy, mated his eompetitor, Mr. McDonald. No that the principles of the President a*

certainty not be offensive to him if their doctrines I hear:: him further on the subject} of the blessed! 1 llartin Cunningliam, S. I McGuire E. Kendrick, t I! violence is proposed. Present secessIon is I declared in his annual message,his letters,
I:| Compioniise : gone over to Mr. Clay and tho Whigs ?t" or I D. B. TurnerV.. S. Spencer I). GhirL Wm. IL JIc-[ t
are attributed to him ; and for one, sir, I Donald, Joseph Mot re, and J. W. Ilobarts, good and I not advocated. Nothing is set down to and :l documents and opinions vr'nieh hava
I judge a man by the company he keeps, andI I Thf rich blessings secured by the friend. ; the Republic for claiming that Whiggery is in lawtul men of the said County,who being sworn and j which any democrat, however opposed to proceeded from him, or been issued by Us

therefore give the Sentinel credit for policyin i; of freedom in the late contest with slavery, possession of"all the popular principles?" It charged t inquire how, and in what manner, and by what are imagined to be tho designs of the authority, in regard to the great question of ,

withholding from its readers the humiliating will glow with an ever-increasing lustre, and strikes us that, if tho Washington paper is whom) la11 luhu'tC, L-ta-chfik-see hoh-kee and I the time-that all these principles are my

0 truth heiein set forth. develope from sgc" to age in an ever increasing authorized to speak! for its party, instead of. oaths KaUo aforesaid Hajo came that tlcir death"Pohfucc, do ,say Ntalhckee upon their I" Southern Rights" Plrt. can reasonably f principle, and if he is wrong in them, I a "I"If

Yours, &c. magnitude. tho Democrats having over to Clay, I I ho'i-kce and Kato Hajo !nit commit voluntary suicide i j object. Still he\ ratherjoiu his old opponents I I and always have been."

This-...-:: is.<- <.!..if-' OTnlfin.ntinn-1'.''.'''''''''' nf' tlii w..,.. .1p'1til1tT--0 1"nrM-;!-:: gone on the 23d day- of Jlay, .\. D. 1831, in the HilUborouyh -I and suffer the writhing process Then the document issued in reference to r

: FOR Tnt tENTISEL.: I on your side, and we can't receive a counter Whiggery. has come over to the Democrats, County Jail, by Longing themselves by the I which will ultimately make Lira with them !using force against Texas was approved By
because the tenets of the neck.
statement from one of the lesser lights. It is part
I noticed, :Mr. Editor, in a late: issue: of the i Democrti In witness wllcrrfr as well the said Ctroner as the one and ins prlble." The resolutions Mr. Webster, and he and Mr. Filhnore! agreed :,
not usual to do so in any case. It would destroy arc the popular principles, and have never Jurors to inquisition cct their j .
Sentinel, the card of Messrs. Bacon and D'j j (: \ tlL i passed by the Convention which nominated in opinion. Now what does Mr.
the of all IndeedI Webster
harmony operations. repudiated or abandoned }by them. hand and tel the day year iirt above aforesaid -
Lyon, of Savannah, tendering to the good don't know that you would desire it, judging at the 1)1c-aforesaid.SIMON, him merely adopted those of the State Convention say in the same speech about the title
people of Boston their acknowledgments for'many : We would) like to see a Whig before the
from remarks of in the last last winter the !
Sentinel. as platform of his "
yours party. of this disputed
'c : and excessive acts of kindness exten. !: people of tho southern states and advocate Justice f f the JYrtci", ami.Coron ex ojficio.John Texas to same country r
You there yourself under the leadership
dad to them their there and array D. Turner, I McDonald and Cobb two Democrats, ; Hear him-
dining stay ,
: of Fillmore Webster the tariff of 184\J Bank Darling; I '
; &c.- or a Clay
Clay, ,
while they were seeking, as agents of theowner 0. any John T. Givun "' b. Spencer, heretofore strong soldiers under the same I We admitted her (Texas,) in 18-15,anl ::
Fillmore proclaims to the world!, over his own other whig dogma of '32, "M, '40, or '4 1.It .- John .Jackm, 1). Ghin.R I '
of the Sims.- admitted
the fugitive banner-these in the mutations of slave State. We .
recovery party, are, we admitted her as a
tignature, that he goes for the immediate abolition would need the C. Leonardy, W. IL McDonald, I II
This card which was doubtless prepared asa of slavery in this District of Columbiafor certainly no prophet or )Iuti Cunningham, Joseph Moore, now the opposing candidate for Governor of1!! her in 1845, and we admltte her witE

ttay: and support to their Southern submission son of a prophet to predict the r'su1 of such 'GUll'. J. 'V\. llobarts. I! her own boundaries- that She
the Proviso-against: the admission ofa Georgia. The race is fairly begun, and we :
I i
friend?, have been pleased to seize E. T. Kcndrick wlici
you a contest, and the Rrjwblic would bo taught i claimed by'conquest all that Territory
slave State into the Union, &c. &c.
the result ill be such show the I
on, and offer to readers as a triumphant hope \ as to j east ofi
your i called New Mexico,
denounces slavery as an evil, and declared by it that the Whiggery of other days is emphatically was commonly
evidence of error on my part in alleging that letter that such a Union" as he has formed I I Rio Grande. She claimed also by ties*
that: he was opposed to extending it to a sin obsoK-te idea." the election Spite Florida,
the while in of their |I an nf \ decIareda&established
discharge duty had
nficers, gle foot of our 'l'errit"4's, and l that he would I f I, M. Cunningham. Clerk of with the whigs is not the sort of thing the limits what her Constitution
County. )
in fiom. those tho in 1852 is made to turn the issues of I I II I
were danger opposed to execution ', not have voted for the TeS S oOiAis! Jf h.. I on past the Circuit Court in and for the County of Ilillsbnrougli people will choose to save the Union of the as the proper limits oTew-

of the In w. You must have been', had not felt certain that tnVprTiicipfes i 01 tut. I ioca.7H'-t> .rtj 16.m's\ jhted possession of the State nforeai. do hereby rtrify"th3t the within I I States. was her claim, and when < Wa ,;

liard! run for rebutting evidence, or surely you j I Proviso wero thoroughly engrafted. Webster places," will be found to bo }but a slender and for( ; true copy of a Coroners injubieicn mitted into the United States th Unite* ,:
would have permitted to be I indented and taken UJKWI a view of the bodies of :
never yourself I declared that slavery should never extend prop. The truth i is, the country is heartily three of the Seminole! Indians, \\z: Poho&ee, L.ta- Matrimony made easy. States did not define her Terriory. T .
driven into uch a feubterfugc. I spoke ofan i icffI.Ccr The editor of the Portland Transcript, who admitted her as she was. e s
to ono inch of car Territories, if he could I cliok-see-boh-kee and Kat.-o Iadjo. \
tired of and feels that to
whose personal safety was endangeredby whiggery, a return and vita to \
help it, and Loa)tpd that the Whig party was In witness whereof I u set my band must be a bachelor, from the way he talks, she defined her own limits,
the up.!lifted and deadly weapon of a ruffian : the Republican doctrines of tho Democratic and affixed the lalof our Circuit Court, at of making three additional sIan (!
the best Free Soil in the world and .lpa power
: negro, (named, I believe, Randolph,) and I party party is essential to the restoration of :FwiJ.this the 21th day of May. A. D. 1851. I I makes tho following suggestions relative to I States." ;
for its and with all ) peace
plead support accordingly ; M. CUNNINGHAM, Clerk.
the united of
which was arrested by a state matrimony:
weapon person this evidence before you, I find you delighting and the preservation of the Union. To con- Here is the authority of Mr. Webster, .1:
and hero catch card : I
fctar.ding by ; a GETTING hnuIED.-This -
you up interestingevent
of two gentlemen who I supposed, r'pre.1 I I i South in them with such as leaders. Is there hope for tho tinue the Government in the hands of the Progress of Submission.Col. in a woman's life must very be yertrying says we received Texas with her own boundary

tented the owner of Sims, and herald it to I,I ers I Can wo ftand sentinels the fierce on her assault watch of tow. Whigs, is to retain a party possessing withinits B. S. Gaither is Whig candidate:: for I I to the nerves of some of our delicate young fixed in her ow Constitution, and tLat j'

the! woiId that, so fur from the officers being I i enemies, while we ourselves invVXJJ our' ., ranks all the elements of discord, section Congress from the first North Carolina Dis I ladies! No doubt your buxom widow, who i embraced all of New Mexico, east of ttoRio

in danger, they arc literally overwhelmed ingratitude _! simile and The Democratic him has buried her thir'd husband thinks it a I d"
;: them ? Surely ICt.V 0 are a dooi&d poo- agitation. party trict. In a recent speech made by at very G rnn j
for excessive kindness shown tl.eji.: 11.1 afluir but she has lost the freshnessI
I! unless) we cast aside such counsels as in its bo&om no Seward, or Wades. Rutherford,he said!that if he be elected trifling And hero is the same Mr. Webster, deck' 1 1ing
I thall! admit that I was in error when you flL shout I her feelings, and is not to be suoken of in
bucceed( in making the officers in law in Boston I I and stand at once upon our lights. \mthirops-such men find it more conge and South Carolina attempted to secede, tho same breath*j with a blooming' maiden.As .- that he fully endorses every message,tet

and the owner of a fugitive from Savan-!i And may Gol is help too us late.to meet the danger,like nial to their natures to rally under : Buffalo he icould tote for giving the President men ':As result of much philosophical investigation ter or document of Mr. Fillmore, and tiat I
men, f
nib, one and the fame person. RESISTANCE. banner, or array themselves) by the side of and money force her back into the IJn ion." (for like Washington Irving,we have these principles are the same-that if 1 :

It is mortifying, tir, to see a man presidingover Madison, Florida, May 22, 1651. Webster, who takes no steps backward," In the New hern District Wm. II. Washington speculated much about matrimony," but Fillmore i3 wrong he is, and always will b? ;

paper the pecking editorial to boUtcr department up the of enemies a Southern of the and who regrets "extremely tint slavery exists is the Whig candidate. In the dis never that experimented a person can,) we experience incline to the tho sensation opinion !:lO yet one of tho documents was s mess de J

South by such unmeaning and irrelevant argument The Comanches-lrobabe discovery of in the Soutler States, and that Congress cusiol on the slavery Resolutions at the last getting married but once! Howeverthis calling on Congress for more power, aaa
J. : Fort I :
as this. Wo eec a citizen of Geor. Herald has llrliJc's from Smih has not poircr'to act upon if," and who will session of the N. Carolina Legislature, the ,I may be, we are glad to be able to stateto I daring his determination to prevent Ten

gia applying, under the strict letter of the the Chickasaw a Nation dated a correspondent 28, in .: never consent that there shall be one foot of editor of the Raleigh Standard heard him sa those who have serious thoughts of com I from organizing her authority over "J

law, for a is fugitive alarmed of his tho in Boston ; instantly: I I which the wrier says that a company Apri of Shaw- slave territory beyond what the old thirteenstates "that if a State should secede from the Union )- mitting matrimony, that it is in our power to : Mexico, east of lh Rio Grand," by foe l*
tho city ; populace turn out them valuable hint as to the best modeof
enraged to resist \gnllJ1.1l1date) and hundreds i flees have lately returned from trading with had at the time of the formation of the the General Government would have give through: tho We have necessary. .

have I the Comanches, high up on Red River, and report Union-never never!" Wo difference State and getting ceremony. Thus Mr. Webster endorses the titH'
of armed soldiery to bo called I I latter tribe have white child see no the right to coerce that subjugateher getting married by steam and by fully
that tho a
"*. into service ; the Court house is environedby i old and there considerable -, between Webster and tho Frcc-Soilers, and keep her subjugated until such time telegraph, but we have now to propose a of Texas to the whole country claimed endorses
about three as
chains ; the tramp of armed sentinels is I II trade j'cars between them and the Apaches, and hence tho Van Burens, Kings, Rantouls as Congress should think proper to restore most original clan, which may be called marriage : Mr. Fillmore in his deterTniflat0thold to
I heard for days, as they guard the halls ofttingy
and the reclaimed sub the Shawnecs think it may bo tho child of Mrs. and other Free-Soil Democrats can affiliate her to her former condition!1" made casy.Ve recently overheard it by force against its rChtfu o\e'
justice, finally 'I two ladies this .
talking on subject.One -
J. White, which was captured by the Apaches with him while cannot act with the elected young of ten millions of t1
they to
ject, surrounded by the army of tho country, I 1 Suppose these men are Congress, said she was sure she would faint, but and approves taking : ..

is hurried off in tho deep stillness of night, : at tho time of the murder of its mother. Democratic party, which repudiates FrceSoilism what will be the moral their election on the other said when she got married she intended people's money-two thirds'of which is P4"

when all nature is taking repose, for fear of I The would Shawnees endeavor were to purchase going out the again child and and and clings to the Compromises of the the :North ? eec o to take chloroform/ This is decided by the South to purchase a part of a si?"

violent and Euccessful resistance from those I bring it in. They arc aware that 61000 is Constitution. On the success of this party Surely the Whigs of North Carolina are ly better than the plan of tho bashful man, State, conceded by him to- he a slave Statf,

on whom their the grateful Bacon and D'Lyon and I offered by the U. S. Government for its recovery. the hopes of the country now cling-with its demented. They are playing into the handsof who wanted to slide into matrimony by de and add to New Mexico, ,which he.i th i
out sickly congratulations ac A white handkerchief to the
pour i The Shawnees report that the Com downfall believe tho Union rot to and grees. applied is and always "i b
verily declares
knowledgments. How beautiful i is the wonder we an unscrupulous enemy, doing more nose, a moment passed in a blissful dream, samo speech, '
live in with
working operation of this law! The anches States.are anxious The to Herald's peace the be worth :button. Says Judge Cheves in injury to the cause of Southern Rights than and you awake in the promised land Get- :free country. .

owner, by the aid of tho military power of United that Cap.Marcy was sent correspondentthinks out to them his letter. to the Charleston Southern Rights all the Scwards in tho free States put to ting married by chloroform will undoubtedly And this is the man who is spoken of fo'L 4

, tho and by respectable running become popular with sentimental I suitable fewer
country very
I and Convention very young Southern as a
full power to treat, explain to them gether. some papers
the of soldiers and officers, and by wit ,
on part 2,500! his I relationship of Texas to the United "The Democratic party ouce already, under the ladles us, and has actually received ;noratOaVigini

Lack paying, and some ttraitway a expenses howl of, gets delight negro is setup State, they would cease their depredationsupon guidance Jofli'Tson, in of Federalism.1798 t1 SOUt1.'_from CATHOLIC PBIT.STS.-The Catholic Herald NEW.YouK, May 30th, 6 P. M. fo the Presidency,
I of Texas. N. O. Delta. the .
frontier toil
by every submission press and submissionman nmbitclllt selc but with these difference says that the number of Catholic Priests in The arguments in the Methodist Churchcase SOUTHERN

in the South. What are we coming to, : The leading Federalists were then high, honor- tho United States is about 1220, of which were closed yesterday by Reverdy Johnson that ng\

sir f Can liberty long dwell amongst a eraven An incessant tlkcre always avoid. In abe aUo men who were noble ambitious and to govern you I number only 170 are Americans, or less than in behalf of the plaintiffs. At tho con I say, my little son, where does
I Vs revolt at no injustice, however his presence we feel about as happy as on the ambition vas sea clusion, the Court advised the to set- hand read go 1"
people e of cataract-Only there is some erne, though dangerous to the true}1rcple of ou one-seventh of the whole. Among, the number litigants "4 Dont know' sir; 'taint been nowhr
We at insult : sens down set the matter best for the inter-
monstrous. complain no These men hare gone tt grave, or amicably, as
office store what is 420 Irish, 250 Germans 220 Fjronch- been here.1"Any
are we've
the latter.In or discarded since
to and their of Id
however intolerable.A have been proscribed by unworthy ests religion and of the Methodist Church. w
short time f-inco another citizen of Geor.' more trying than :pereon with tho gift of associates-men with more t their ambition,but men and 160 of other nations. Of the thirty Itjis inferred that the decision of the Judge thing to fill up," as the jacks*

I, .: in Boston, and claimed his fu., gab t-what.but a straggling musician tinder none of their virtues or The great object of two Bishops!, but eleven aro'Americans. be i favor the claimants. when he eat the thistle. ;

,E'UX gfUvc appeared, Craft!, and what was the result I-.I J.ou window, or a fiddler your garret ? the old Federalists was a strong, but honest, Oorern- \Vll o \



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Oadsdea.'r.dsdcn May 31.COTTON. Unian Parties at ths South. ** i triumphs, BO sure will.the encmfes of our institutions Sale on Monday, tlhjuly, 1651. Lest.

('oun- .-Vcfterday the market vas finn There is much good sense in the following claim that their predictions have Administrator's Sale. T OST 'T mwylaced claim tr ctaim gitcn by At

0tioa L2 advanced. Sales 2000 remarks made at a meeting, in Oxford, Miss., been vcnGett thtt the love of the Union is J-J A Firher. in cote or note*, amounting to thrtni
.( House in the town of and prices sliglitly of the Southern -"D Y virtue of an order t f the Honorable J. WavlePaker hundred and thirty-tix dollars, (to tie Lest cf my recollection -
Court Rights Association of La in thc
the bale Sales of the week 5COO bales. stronger South, than their fancied love -D Judge of the Middle Circuit of the State note was given about ApriL 1849. for
t :) cue
; .fleaUtofMay, 1551, in pursuCV The steamship Franklin sailed to-day with Fayette county, by the Hon. Jacob Thompson. of their rights o ,property. As the plans of of Florida, I will expose for sale, at public outcry, to two hundred dollars, end cue en tin 17th OttcUr,

notice, with tfc; vi-v! cf 130 and a million dollars in FOO- suggestion are but half completed, they will the highest bidder,before the Court IIouM door in the 1840, for one hundred and tlarty-gil doF rs, nukirjc
C previoUS AssociCounty. pasengers We copy from the Constitution, a South- be stimulated and invited to on. Thus town f.f Quincy, on the first Monday ia July, 1831, amount total a.* above specified TLfc i*' to ratify all
Rights go
Central cL'. two Lots or parcel of hind, lying ort Apalachicoln will Ua
*:"* JAMC3 UIHSOX, Several cotton brokers and large speculators em Rights paper published in that town.Hon. encouraged, they will soon put our Union River, iaGa&sdcn County, and adjacent the United dollars pcrons for fr .m the trading delivery for of aid aid note notta to me. pay

fr ldas May J1. 185!. 21 t V. V. SKRINE.

*::i /called to ta1o the Chair, and on London amounting to 800,000 will be resolution which was seconded by nor did he believe, that men who did the property of Duncan Baker, late cf Gadsdcn __

"t-fl.' ar0: nk'J Secretary, for thee returned by steamers soon due. Numerous Hon. James M. How-cry : not consider the surrender of an Empire worthy Count. deceased. S. B. LOVE, Mules Estray.

" the meeting rumors are flying: and other failures looked for Kcsolccd, That the formation of a Union of complaint, will dissolve this glorious Sheriff and ex rtfcio AdminLtratcr. ri WO small sit d Holes, one a brown marc mute

p ? Csq., bting ca led tiponnlu in the city.Tc1eraphe1. party at the South in this crisis, is to bo deprecated Union" for the repeal of the fugitive slave June 'i, 1SSI. 22 5t JL blind LI one eve; the other a eorrel horse taula.
: A liberal reward 111 be for tLtir in
ii and ought Jo be discountenanced % paid delivery
nohled: and iorcihlo manner to by late ; when it is known and admitted such a Tallahassee to JAMES T. ARCHER.

jJ i'" a, iases discontent in the South, for the Savannah Georgian. every patriot and Democratic State Rights repeal would bo constitutional, and the South Notice. May-81,1851. 20

<* I!, bv explaining the ohjtct of the rpUIl DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. man every where. Because it must operate had been content to live without the law for rp.HE subscriber has forty likely NEGROES for ale, _ _
'd rnviflg the appointment of a NEW-YOKK June 2J 1831. as an encouragement to the enemies of South fifty years. Yet theo Union men say they -L just/rom Richmond/Virginia, confuting of Men.Boys. Travelling Trunks,
Women. Children. and Girls ; alo! two likely
hOS duty it iou1d be to report era Institutions to make still further aggressions will fight when an act is done, which the about TTALICES and CARPET BAG3. a large ascrt
, % The! anived semotresM*, one of them A. No. 1, fancy girl
: ;:tDe :ijiprcprzato to t3e3sir. steamship Wushington to-day upon our rights which will force these North is invited to perform. Can any man sixteen old. He will keep an assortment of V ment on hand, and for Sale cheap.

::te ?CU and>>r-as" the principles V of V.t the propos from Bremen, with Liverpool dates to the boasted Union men to become Disunionists, in his senses regard otherwise than as the said Negroes years at Thomasville, and he will sell tueur 20 W. T.' MITCHELL.tf
Mst ult. May 24,1631.
or prove; rccrtant to their cm.} sense of duty. idle wind that sweeps by us, the threat of that on reasonable ternu.
td tOCj1tl4i.l.The i" gentlemen \vcro appointed Liverpool Cott'on! Market.-A favorable If such a party should prove triumphant man to dissolve the Union when slavery is E G. PONDER, Just Received.
{ ? taken By bis Agent, JAMES Poxntn.
has in the market
H. Di'nnt change place in the Souih the inevitable result must be abolished in BARRELS No. 1 MACKEREL,
:-C. the District of Columbia, when June 7, 1851. 22" 4t [Sentinel 4t 6
} t H.I' the sailing of the Canada. On the IPtli! May consolidation and the overthrow of cherished he 8 i No. 1
ff G (Junn, DauJ M. lliason, J. our advocates and supports a law which abolishes
John 7000: bales sold and the 20th 5000 6 No. 2 "
"'' \. K. Allison, Isaac rsathans/abed bhs.3ranifarftrin were on institutions. If unsuccessful, yet it will slavery in certain cases, in that District ? Notice. 8i No.24kitsNos.land2 rt

*' *'Jt.bCt L. Harrison and James M. still damp the ardor and prostrate the pride The idea is preposterous. 1LL persons laving demands against the estate ofL For ale by

Districts.-The accounts of our people and stay the ana which if left Shall we go over to the side of the oppressor *. the late Jonathan G. Padrick. deceased, of Leon May 17,1851. 19 S. S. KNIGHT.
; brit. from the manufacturing districts are favor County, are requested to present tbem to the Administratr.x -
ht1 retired t1i nntramelled would carve out for the the ? Shall the
n ( rnmtte upon ble. us security against oppressed we join or to HALEY T. BLOCKEli my duly authorized Fresh Arrival.

\ eiiftifirdutjr! a motion was msdoL'fj Miscellaneous Asia arHv-! and hitcgiity of our lights.Mr. aggressor against the aggrieved ? He said it agent and attorney, within the tune prescribed flEa E. Barnard from New Orleans,

thA'iJres of the Convention of fteamsnip Thompson, in support of the above ;vas possible for him to be deceived, but ho by law, or tbij notice will be plead in bar; and J_ COOO pounds Sides,
ed at Liverpool May 11th, and the Pacific resolution said all indebted to said estate, will make immediate -
\&siocia'.ions lately COLWCUChtri.vu. : conceived it was impossible for our people to persons 50 barrels extra and etiperfine Flour.
1 ( fl Soulh Carolina, reid to the may 19th. That the resolution had hen prepared M ith-. oppose an association which! looked to the payment as above. 5 ta Mess family Beef.

:T tR! Secretary was requefte! to S. J. Lawrence will sail for the United oct consultation with any of his fiinds, but defence of the weakest part of our form of 7, 1851.CHRISTINA 22 PADRICK,bt Adin'LJune 10 a" Fork,*

r..inn'that?! *!luty. The reading of tho Adin States about the middle of June.It it expressed his own opinion, and he wished (Jovernmcnt-the rights of the State and the 4 ChiriSetl Sn ar,
4 casks Sugar cured Hams,
rft i the of the
: proposed to apply proceeds
' Received.
ca with profound attention : to make a explanation. iijlits of the South. 2 u smoked Beef,
S. prust1I. WLICb foilowod 1v AVotld's Fair lo educational purposes. The It is not to be disguised that it is cougl.t to If a Unioti party in tho Soulh should tri 8 CASKS SIDES, 6 keg Gos>ben Batter

::;:W t1)( r'aier, at th coneluion receipts average ICO per day. form a new party in this State, w hose professed umph-it; would end in consolidation, an evil 2 Shoulders, 6 bags extra Juva Code,
-: The Legitimists arc making great opposition 20 tierces (Sugar Cured,) 10 sacks Bran,
I. r ;.it tw! ( oitirntteO cLmo hi w'ith the Louis objection is to maintain and strengthen is di.idsj.roiu> as the abolition of slavery. If 4 hogshead* N. 0. Sugar, 250 1'uhC13 Com

? report, \h : to Napoleon. has the Union of Uie&c Suites : its name is expiessivc it should fail, it woalJ still destroy the effielenry 5 barrelMolas'e9, BERRY l; ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac.
.rui The Belgian Ministry resigned. of its purpose. It is called the Union cf the true men in obtaining tlie full 20 barrels extra Florr.CO May 1. 1851. 19
'flrrrrioN! OF THE CESTUAL sorni- Tho Continental news is uuirnpoitant.l'rnnlJifSti..lifrn and! this of tin Therefore all Superfine Hour,
: party ; generic term will cover all measure 'ir rights. good
-N ]R1Ifl'S;I<; ASSOCIATION OF GADSDENX. 20 kegs Lnrd-I barrel do. For pale bv For Sale.
Press ilesciiption of politicians, from nowy white non, everywhere, ought to discountenance
June 7,1851. 22 S. S. KNlGHT. DOZEN Bottles and
A t\ quarts pints, Porter,
to Footy. V higs and Democrats Abolitionists the formation of such a as of
Uew York Trade and Secession. party, pregnant zkJ 12 Port Wine,
.t1TcL1: The New York Dry Goods Reporter, the and the chivaliic compromiser3, can evil, and ii; no event productive of good.Mr. A CARD. :12 cacs Chirtt, (St Julitn.)

c >/w 1. Thi A *iciatioa thai] lie known E s the meet on a common rlatform which professes Thompson's resolution was then put to Heck Spring Water Cure Establishment, Mar U. 1851. 19 S. S. KNIGHT.

f 'tnal: fccuthura Rights Aswcutiooi .f Gad deui organ of that body of tradesmen, has recently attachment for the Union-an undying (devotion : the Association and adopted. MARIETTA, COLB COUNTY, GEORG L\.

'i fV put forth two editorial articles, which s Low to the Union ; a love for nothing but C. COX. Clothing.
j 2. IT haiI w' the obct cJ t1i* A.qticmtion Incidents the Fair From Wilmer & fashionable Black Dress, Frock, and Sack
S of -
\\aafv 9d! ''niily maintain the doctrine ci Stale the panic produced in that city by the deter the Union All are invited to forget their Smith's FINE ; do. Blue, Green, and Brown Cs'hmeretto

'1 '//N. .ak : i"1'-1' t'-"J! Virginia and Kentucky lies- mined attitude of South Carolina. past differences, and form a glorious Union European Times \\e coppy one or Dlt. Cox's llrDEOPATHIC ESTABLISMEXT.-ThJS C3- Frock and Sack Coat*,woikmanship of which is war
": m'i"1! n'1 I 't9, ztnd specially tii iasiht"upon IVuty. Uut above all, not to forget in the two sketches humorourly illustrative of f the tabli-bment for the cure of diseases by voltt water, ranted. Just received, and for Bale cheap at the New
c 'V:: ::".tiiHi.il ri htr of the Southern Staten of this Wo give tli3 last of these the precedence in distribution of office, the founders of extent of the Chrystal Edifice. Every ticket located at Reck Spring, in the environs of Marietta, Clothris Storo. W. T. MITCHELL.
great the The lca
has been during current
and to s-u-'oia llie Locorand integrity of in cf curious holder seemed bent coiner the year. May 17. 1851. 19 tf
f diray i ; republication, consequence a very the party. on wionir way, tion, near the base of the Kennesav rnountam, i Ls one

,.,,.'-.",'C.f r. Tlic nlT.corfs of tin" A ociation s1a1 boa suggestion which it contains. The admission With this movement, he said that he had and could pet no one to set him right. c-f the most romantic and salubrious that can any South Carolina Seed Cow Peas.

D.,qk 1*.. tir-t a'iJ *'"< '! Vice I'Tesadenti, C( rre- ; made by this print, the perspicacity no sympathy : indeed, he regarded the forma Now, then, Policeman, where is stair No. here I 1e found. The buildings and batli arc all new, 0 oO B.USIIELy JUi>t received from Charleston.r .
,' rdinj] Soovuiry, an-J TVeas 5 r' and iu-tructed expressly for tLe purposes of the institution. f via New York scbr. Howard
? s..i'rtnni tion of such a for iUu-h at per Mary put
party an object
[, u!'. "f"!i n'-Iuill be elected by a majority of die of which is feharj>ened by sclf-intcicst, shows this time in the South unfortunate, Ans.-" In China, sir ; go to China if you Dr. Cox, the proprietor, H a regular graduate up in tierces of ten buahcU each and fir sale bv
mo fifteen
as in medical science and with
srme years'practice
r .'KTiiroHni, :auJ hall bt4I their offices respeetr the flippant folly of the taunts, and threats so want to go to stair No. 5." BERRY & ROWLES.
, an.i until l their eucJe hall and much to be deprecated. This glorious cannot lie regarded as atymor adventurer 13
i ,,' 1)f 11 nwTur.P dulv inMisiratcA"v ; freely indulged in, relative to the meditated Union" had already grown so great as to Here, ycu No. 101, where am I to go in the art of hf-almg. If there be value in cold water 3iay1I8Sl. _

j. i. It i-hu'u I 1-tbpdirfyof, Ilie IYf"-iJent to action of the sovcieign State of South Carolina overshadow and overawe ever}thiiit.* : it u ith this ?'' as a remedial agent and it i* too late to doubt it, I'Iosita, Atlantic, Central ISuilroatl."NJOTICE .

- '. ic a: n'l tl" ni-etin p of the Awociation, and to doth bestride! the woild like Colossus "You must go round hy Greece, sir, and the people of the South can now test their virtues
: narrow a without the necessity of reporting to similar institutions -
!, %' i? \( '.< ia cane nr & lie UJVRI all quvi.uliii'i along the corner ofPrusia down Asia-Mi-
[ ; and we pretty men walk under its huge hy in the Northern States.-JJUUJyctUle (Go.
. .. in iv euue up far diKieiun. The Vice A CEISIS AT 11 AM>.-Our remarks in the the )

;... .: in iu! ir ord-r, shall exercise all flub fur.r- Reporter of Saturday last, on the danger likely legs, and press about to find ourselves dishonorable nor", to staircr.se. letieral Union, Auyt&t, 1650. I U hereby given that, on the 2d Monday
AIId this ticket here ? I know it's all May SI, 1851. 21 4t
i w l'r 1iflt i in ca-e of IIH absence or inability toi' to out of our iclatious with South graves; and the States .Mid the rights '' i- in June next, in conformity with the provision Jof
: Th r e ;.>>ndin'r Nt retary niall! conduct the1fr. Carolina grow in the attitude of the States so dear lo the republicans of right, --calling to No. 11-" which way ?I' Notice. the Charter, Books of Subscription will be opened
>"i'i'i'!' i if tl oaation. taid shall fcw.p a the has assumed, 03 and '90 little valued! This Union .'Any way, sir; anybody will tell you as at the store of Mr. Thomas Hayward, ia the City of
fi\ii. ,!uitii"' wUich rfiall always b? mibjc-ct tit have been so much approved by our reader, are at by Turkey, at the end of.which ALL creditors, legatee?, and persons entitled to Tallahassee, under the direction cf the undersigned
nf 1iTflhCt. The think thh time, gathers from the people fitfy millions you or otherwi- interested in the estate
Socr that
! rr'.ItI! any Itocurdiiig we we may venture to suggest as find Commissionea* for Stock in. the Florida, Atbntic. and
tin'1' ; rf-rular iniuut of the Jinrs annually and disburses the will yourself but forty yards from Italy of Cha-les T. J. Singleton, deceased, late of Jefferson
r > < I p' a pro {; a fitting conclusion to them, one method by same among Gulf Central Rail Road and remain open for thirty
rLe:: .*- 'ui"i: ; m a book The Treasurer hhallI" which tile of the Union its favorites selected from the people ; an (lo oij sir, go on, it's bat a few minute'sstride. County and State of Florida, are hereby notified to days only, when they will be closed.RICHARD.
;p an i di li jrw- the funds of the Association, under integrity miy be pre times ." exhibit their claims and demands within two years K. CALL,
amount ten the
::.(*<)'"' served, and ope which we have no where as r.s large as aggregate Tims has the Chrystal Palace magically From this date to the undersigned, or this notice will RICHARD) HAYWARD,
f" .'.. Tiic rojular mactinj* f the Association yet seen broug! forward. amount disbursed by all the 31 States ;"Oilices transformed the relation of and be pleaded in bar of such claims and demands as are J. G. ANDERSON,

f-" li Lil.i in-fliii: .!'v t:< tliv town of Quiiwy, at irhf Our readers will remember that our by the ten thousand are at her command, and ? Kingdoms not preedted within said period ; and all person} indebted :WILLIAM BAILEY,

t' r.Lv' b1 1!. ij-uifd br resolution, tuimded was to this effect, that if South Carolina argument the eyes of all who seek honor and profitable States, not only by verbal dialect, but by actual to said estate, are requested to make immediate ROBERT LYON
L IV,: .! -r i.i.iv call lact'tin at any time up- rivetted this representation Surely Aladdin's won May 17,1851. 19
place, are centre. A State payment.RACHEL
c .-'r' r .: ''I i !' ii'I f!'p ff the panic.f even seceded peacefully, it would be destructive upon derful lamp could have donC no more. II. SINGLETON, Executrix. __
> >i < o. Am t'liizt'ti of p
rL" ijn.f!: irincipl- nwj-: upon application' and the commerce of those States, which yet to become a clerk in one oilier departments. An IaereslingSory.-, mine shon." Monticello Hay t1, 1851. 21! 4t T IKENESSES taken by a Sky-light connected with
-. :.l a !ir.lwr m"t'ic MUIC : Fruvided thr.t a vote At such a lime, and under such circumstances J-J
clung together under the existing Constitution said a worthy German lather to his hopeful To Land and other Claimants a fine side light lectures put up in the latest
Cf ufh (1f ir.i-inlicr hhall teit Bounty ,
Vk. ii present always I and laws. Since with low duties, and why should the South seek to heir, of ten years, whom he had overheard style of the art. Recms over Barnard's Drug Store..
iti > M include any person from beconiiDg a QOLDIERS, Volunteers Drafted Men, and the -widows -
strengthen the only on earth that dares P. S. likenesses of children taken in seccnd of
active with power '* shon one
other Sfeon mine
an Countries she
commerce using profane language : IO and children, fathers, mothers, brothers, and
s .,. ",. Sou'liern: flit As.eociatioTi*wljidi may might ruin for a time, the business of the other to assail our right?. { Is it desirable to make come here, and 1 fill tell you t little stories. sifters of th'-Jse who served in the Army of the United tune. May 17, ISSL 19

h-!'-u."i; f-rra tun" to time hi any portion of Gads- States. our demands for the full acknowledgement of Now, mine shon, shall it be a tlrue shtory or States. Ice Ice Real cool Ice !

d' o W, Ti-v:i upon application become auxiliary Who would import into New York our rights, still more hopeless ? Is thepowerof makes-believe ?" By a late art of Congress, the officers and privates,
a of the cool stuff delivered from the lew
1 ;a Aoctj.ii; end die members tlicrwf shall the Union to be held in terror or their hirs, of the war of 1812, Indian war, Florida IOTS
t:."wfjrJilt; eatr.lej to nil the rights aad pri\ilegt! where 30 and 40 per cent are charged as over us, to Oh, a true story, of course!" answered and Mexican war,and all who have been engaged in the inc-niing at three cents per pvnmi

t,.rw"f.Rlat, ricu.N-r# f da < association.r duties, when they could Ian J them at Charleston hush our complaints ? Fair aid! just men, John. in the service of the United States, are entitled to by the fjnall quantity, aud two ctntsandahalfby

> s. It slull t.j Uie duty of the President, at at 5 per cent and smuggle! them thence both north and south, admit that in the late Terry fell den. Tere vas vonce a goot bounty land according to the term of service. the hundred weight All persons from abroad can

eE.',. regular fiiH-tins. toatpoint a suitable person or into all the oilier states ? proceedings of Congress on the subject of nice chit shentleman! shoost like me, andt he All who served in the war of 1812, or any Indian have it. packed in boxes or caks DANILL with saw da LADDiNewport t a* required.
:; '-!- : drii'vr a public address On the other hand if aggrieved IartY-; had h'dule shoot like andt
: J vr.ii the ohjfct of thin Aesocimitin, at the South Carolina was a tirty boy, you- of hind, 4 months, 80 acres ; 1 month, 40 acres. If May 10, 1SSI. 13 tf
ia.117:: r.-r'1r; me* tin?. reduced by force and kept by force in the and are those \\ho have a right lo complain von day he heard him shweai ing,like a yonng they have died leaving a widow, or child under age, -

s' .. '.i. It 'lull be required of cnch nrrtlxir to.tution Union, our league would be one of force, and of the injustice of these acts, to be held up as fillain as he was. So he vent to the irinJJe, they art- entitled. Those vho eiJxted to serve for Look at This !

>-' '-. '' ':..-.. upon being admitted into this our Union only an iron and a bloody band. traitors to the Union, and to be placed under (comerand) dock out a cowhides, shoost asI twelve months, or during the war with Mexico, are 1500 BUSHELS COilN,
i -K.V.. :a.Au.uihnlo. the ban cuts high authority. If so then are entitled to ICO acres of land ; sir month, 40 acres; 8000 pounds Sides,
Those irho I and he dock ter little
shurl-tiglilcd tirty
am toeing now,
persons therefore, u
and if they served in Me.ico three months,extra 4000 Shoulder,
rJupt ilia store report was say, it is a small tijfair, South Carolina among us, hosts of traitors ; and ho hoped plackguard) by the collar, dis way you see they be dead, the widow and children, if any,pay.If are 1200 sugar-cured Ilzims,

CiTuhi: the affirmative, dare no? secede, if she dors ire trill vhip her this race was lo grow in number until justice and volloped him thaost no! And den, mine entitlt-d ; if no wi1low or children, the father, 11 neither 6 tierces Rice,

it was then moved that an Association l>efi soundly," are very far from understanding right, and equality were secured. In defending tear Shon, he bull his ears dis vay, and shmack the mother, and if all be dead, the brothers and 100 bomb Flour,
upon as reported,, the real dangers of thr case. No \iclury his face dat way, doll Mai to go mitout
fi'J J 4 direct his attention and station his forces at any time in service are entitled to the soldier's pay. 4 Lard-10 kegs da1A
those at "
who intended to become members brethren in will db
over our South Carolina could be j Supper, as you to efening. The undersigned is hi possession ol all the necessary ** \V1.t;.!... nn.l, *nt*+
m M-\S juni. *9 &*** K afltb *rf t* T
o''tii at1If: }be entitled to vote. other than the bloodiest that position of the city already so impregnable
any nicture" in papers and information requisite to obtain these thing else that may be wanted can be bouehtat tha
reupoti the follotviug gftnucmon wcrtcted our book of time," as to defy all enemies without and even From Ciiifucgos-Tlie N. V. Commercial land warrants. The hind and pay due soldiers or store of. S. S. KNIGHT.

oSict-rs of the Association, viz: Wf. hare come therefore to this concJitihn, endanger the independence and safety of the says : The brig Oleron, Capt. Pendleton, arrived their frienls will be procured promptly by writing to May 10, 1851. 13

tiial the mfrcltanls "this should city itself. Uat on the contrary, would not this morning from Cienfuegos" lie reports me. Terms moderate. All letters must be post paid.r .
C. I II. DUPOXT of city assemble JOHN P. :K. SAVAGE
Esq., President T" Pension claims promptly attended to. ,
of direct all the Cth instant G P. M.
convenient every man sense, his thoughts lo that on at as -
lt) jfl L. \VHITJ: i ,.. together as early as and choose WILLIAM 1L HAMILTON,
H. VnsEEVJ. C Prcsislenls'V.ix from their body a strong committee, composed the weakest part of the walls, where he knew the ship Margaret Webster was beating up May 31, 1851. 21 4t Washington, D. C.
: :, able earnest and tLe nttaclc! would be made, a 'd which required the: harbor,the was fired into from the fort.- TALLAHASSEE I'LORIDA.
r. of patriotic men,
J.M'liirvcn FOSJ. Correrponding 5ccfy.Acinrtt ted as much as possible tcith all present political vigilance, steadiness, and courage, to ward I The first ball passed the stern, and the second Printing TypesARE May 10, ISol. 18 tf_

JOU.N (;. (; vx, Recording & /. movements, c/:04C lusiniss it should be to off the assaults. The rights of the States, the toolr effect on the bend, near the main no
t-XN. Treasurer. proceed to C/arlesonfw-z1zwiJ/ there use rights of the South,, form the subjects of at diains. The ship was then brought to anchor, *, at the following very low prices, fjr approved TUST rewired- from New Orleans per W. R. FeUd

There arc f.fjv; signers of the Constitution, all their influence to soften thvn existing asperities. tack. Every child of the South knows tin.-. aid remained there all night. In the morning six months notes fJoman.. Title, ttr. Shaded, &r. J and Tallahassee, t
i>e ides a 1are number who have I Shall wo here over to those who under the Captain came to town to have the 15000 pounds Middlings and Shoulders,
expressed They might pledge, this city nt go up Pica,. .per fi>. SO cts.. 52 cts.. t 0 cts. "
tauir intention of becoming ueh.A least, to the fulfilment of all constitutional the cover of the Union, make these attacks matter invest igated. [ t Small Pica.uiwr. ,; *:- ... 56 .. 9G 500 20 barrels hulk Mess Fort" ,

woiion was then Fubnnttcd fixing the and and aggressions, give them cheer and nerve --- *,.-- *e .T .' X -----1OQ "
legal Ihe J"** 75 ettra and Flour
engagements } might assure lf -5ryP-6oo'tt3. ;
time! of oetryiu :: 66 .
Aszochtk'u holding the monthly meeting of the I the Caiolinians that wo abhor tho treaaon their ; rm ; and then turn with discouragement The Merchant's Magazine gives the follow Brevier. .. 42 -. 74 .120 5 casks.* sugar-cured Hatria,
the first in eaclt and denunciation those who would 6 bagged u
oa Saturday
which threatens to overthrow the laws, and upon that Minion48 . 84 132
niotth ; bat however we '''ifTer in enter the lifts defenders of these assaulted ing epitaph on a linen-draper, as proof Nonpariel,. . 53 .100 .. .150 6 barrels family Mess Beef -

Vhj1 was t may opinion, on lights ?Mississippi this is impossible from tlie yard stick may possibly savor of Parnassus Agate .. 72 .120 . .180PtarL. 20 kegs Lard,

Tuc follow ing reflations then seine points of only local application, we are Your hearts will after all! : .. .. 108 ICO . 220 5 Gohhen Butter,
by t1 .* were adopt.v i-pOH-d to maintain at all hazards, the rights you own gallant scorn Diamond,_. .160 .250. I.SCO 2 tierces ircuredemoted Bee
socath.u viz desertion of firesides and the Cottons and cambrics all adie 5 barrels New
such Orleans
1. : of our sister States. a your spirit A liberal discount for caah hi hand at the date of Syrup,
//fewlrcd! And muslins, too, farewell 400 buohtb Corn. .
That it be recommended to We believo of your fathers would rise to rebuke the the Invoice. .
visit of this
the a sort would be and figured, old and ne\r
CIUZLBS of thU Plain, striped The goods will be sold on reasonable terras
County form Asso- There the shelves for sale ia
to act are now on ,
an ignoble ready various
(i.tioti la ael1 highly useful at this moment, and that the Three-quarters, yard, or ell, sized fonts BERRY i ROWLES, Auctioneers, ic.
: to this pwtbctoY County to be onsequcnces which would flow from it would In every age, and in every country, the defenders By yard and nail I've measured ye 70,000),ft Roman and Italic tvpe.I May 1 0. 1 85 L_1 3
anylwry X j
i-Uon. of the rights have been cornered with As customers inclined;
he of the most tignd to the lb .
J:8ol.d! advantage I 40,000 Fancy type.I On Consignment
Tbi a of these proceednN opprobrious epithets. Our own history is full measured > \ I I ,
wpv ountn*. The churchyard now 1m rf T- \ ?. j* 3 j -(2>cript and Running hand. "
"JtIieConsatotioaofthe Association, We the idea be of cxainpb. The term Whig was originally And nail my coffin bind. nJnif* I' t-i-. jfrt' & German. Choice Liquors per Tallahassee
b hope considered
corauanie3ted to each of the Southern hose may by a term of contempt, applied to a handful of So now, my kind and trorihy friends, 5,000) S Ornaments. I A LOXES Cabinet Ruby* Champaigne,
Iig1it: A'ociatioHs who have PO much at stake. Who doiilt with nu below, 15,000 ft. Tvpe-metal Rule. 1U 3 Pale Sherry,
10 iLis than in
and that
?. true men, now more a century &go, S Brown"
the to measure Time's long endsYoiIl -- 15,000 ft Bra. Rule.
tame be commuaicat: l to each of the T'The new Three Cent peiecs ordered Kngland. Aftcrwaids it was assumed thereby Tm gouo MloTP me, I kno*." Presses, Chafes, Cases, Wood Type Ink, Ac, fur- 5 Otard Brandy, 1S42, dart.

tCW)3pers JRhSOuviUe\ i 'l1a13assee f to the to be coined by the law of the late Congress, a powerful party, which has exerted a nL-hed at the lowest manufacturers -prices- cither for 5. 4' '4- -white,
.and to the Southern PrCES, j pervading influence upon the English Govern -- AVE are authorized ti announce 1IALHY T. cash or credit 5 Demijohns pale "nennessy" Erandy.
%;iti are stated to bo worth only li 2-.1 cents each.A cr: 5 London Dock Brandy veil kno'wzl
thai number of fonts have been added to
A new
request large
it be
'Pl pub1ijied, ment. Our heroic ancestors who contended BLOCKER Esquire, aS n candidate for the office of "
i ne cf 8203 on 1000. the Foundary during the past year among which is a as Picky Jones a perfect Cordkl,
profit Thomp
Jean 1rehjdC1t appointed U. I-.JWhitner every for, and made good their claim to liberty in177G Sheriff of j.wn County, at the election in October complete assortment of Germans, both plain and ornamental. 10 boxes London LVoirn Stout,
U II. vrjiuj. to address the meeting, son's Hank Note Repoitcr bays:-" It is were denounced as rebels. Tho republican next May t1, 1851. 10 Scotch Ale.

Let UrdaJ' being the first Saturday inAssocktion some what thinner and smaller! than a half fathers, whose clear minds early saw Specimen Books are freely given to all Printing The above Liquors! are such a* can be ommended
jne the vital importance of maintaining the rights g- WE are authorized to announce IX W.mVYNN OfFct to the public. The best ever ofFrred in this market
dime and while has the
Vhe then adjourned.P. new appearance of of the States, and who produced the immortal as a candidate for the office of Judge of Printers of Newspapers who chose to publish this BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac

W. WHITE:, Secretary.f silver, with rather a slippery feeling; ,333} resolutions of '(03 and '6i>, were denounced as Probate for Leon County, at the election in October advertisement, including this and note send, three times of the before May. 10. 1851. 18
the 1st of August 1S51, mu one papers Real
of these pcices make a hundred dollars and May IVTc 185L Burr Mill Rock.
disunionists as democrats. They braved the n will be paid for it in Type when they purchase

f learn, by a !late arrival from Europe, contains $83 33 of silver, leaving a profit in denunciations, finally assumed the contemptuous are authorized to announce DANIEL from me, of my own manufacture, selected from my A FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill Rock 13 i>
that ? > hands of the Mint of specimens, five tinies the amount of their bilL 20 lacTic size, for sale at coat and charge*, by
KJ} "rerfc'Bfl'9af > going forward in tie the 810ti7; on every title of democrats; and have since that ilcRAENY, Eqr, as a candidate for the office of GEORGE BRUCE, NewportMayli,1S51. 18 D.LAtTD.

r'Sdomof' Portugal. The people of that 883,33.; A dead swindle of full 20 per cent. time, for the most part, controlled tho government Sheriff of Leon County at the election in October next 13 Chambers street, New York. -- -

7,7ttave:, risen or "rebelled" against the God save the Republic." Now, there are those with a supercilious May 31,1651. 21 3t Flour, Corn, Bacon, & ; :

tstat1ihod government, and the opinion is air and a contemptible audacity, rf AVE are authorized to announce JOHN 1LK1IODI3S '"PHE undersigned has just received direct from U> .

CI1resej that th Queen wil1 be compelled lo Western Language.In who Mish to fix the name of disunionistTupou as a candidate for the office of Tax Asscs- A Great National PictureVASHINGTON J. Orleans au increased supply of the follctric"9 ,

Iidiete. This is n practical application of an Ohio paper, the lluckcyc Eagle, Jenny all those who will not endorse tho slavery ser and Collector for Leon County, at the election in \ tides : *

t doctrine of Lind is thus criticised : in To avoid the denunciations next April 1D, 1551. 60 bbla. extra Flour, 40 do. Mess. Pork,
revolution, and is t!
rtht, which, according to the Federalists, i/ic She is, in fact, like the mocking-bird, (of of those menj a Mississippian We are authorized and requested to announce large and Magnificent Full Length Portrait 4 bags Rio Coffee, 1 cask 'ufter.

?01e of Xarth Carolix* jvsscss. If these which I see such numbers encaged in this must say he is satisfied with what nine-tenths candidate for the office of THIS WASHINGTON, from the burin of an American 1 barrel Lard, 1 do. Lard OH

Fedttaftsts, ho deny the right Of secession, city,) leafing every other bird out of Eight, of them, in their hearts, feel to be nnjust B. F. ALLEN, Ewj, as a the election in artist, is considered by all who have seen it,to be one 20 kegs 4 casks Should! ,
1 look Judge Probate of Leon County at of the mot-t beautiful specimens of art ever publiched, 1 hogshead Sugar, 4 barrels dar
to Portugal-one of the meanest na even in their own peculiar notes. Her rendering All the Abolitionists of the North asks of il
tii October peirt.To'the. and a correct likeness of Washington. The size of the 1 l box Beef Tongues, 1 tiorco Rio
iu thc w fW-Uicy will see their favor of that magnificent composition of you is obedience, and quiet submission to the plate is eighteen by twenty eight inches, which will 6 J bhls Na 1 Mackerel 2 do. Xo.? Vr.
octriae of "rebellion" and revolution'wU Handel. I knovr that my Redeemer liveth," will of the majority ; and all the South has to Citizen of Leon County. make a handsome picture fur the parlor, and should be 2 dozen jars Brandy Peach1*.

operation. How do they like it And and of *'Sweet Home,"on this occasion, caused do to put down the Abolitionist in the North :VI respectfully announce myself a candidate for in the hands of every American citizen! 2 barrel Mtxionganehi Whiskey '

it i8to *ucb) a people, degraded by ignorance a speedy and decided crax siing'! in my and secure our equality and our rights, is to the office of Judge of Probate for the County of Leon It is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated original PIE FRUIT. Pickels.Soup,Sit ? _
State House found inn St -? '
the Hartford Grocery ? .
at .
aud Painting, now usually
free wpemtioij, that they would compare the mind on the subject of Jenny's singing Eng- give their true friends, nd the friends of right at the election in October next is finely engraved, and printed on superior plate sale on tennis as favorable "a ore"' which I oflfcr for

horn citizens of these sovereign Stiles! lith. She is, most assuredly, n great many and justice in the North, the power to show March 151 JESSE ATKINSON. paper. That it may be within the means of all the citr. Call and see for your, ?""/ other house ia the 4 4sIay

ye, more than this-tl epo I-ederali bold! more pumpkins in this line than 1 at firfct gave to the people there, that the Abolitionist and ,==_._______ -- -- ----= publisher has reduced the price to One Dollar! 10, 1831. Id JreA. ?

lliat f the Slates can commit treason agains her credit for being; an4this opinion, I eup- Free Soiler, and their co-adjutors are the Dis- PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, J2P": All.persona remitting the amount may rely N oi-1-- -"I
creature, the Federal Government, and pose, arises from the fact that I have now begun unionists; and they will trample them under IIAUTFORD, CONNECTICUT, upon receiving a perfect copy by return of mail to
of the United States (
tiat carefully fIOOPERS&ItW
part put on
thj any cp
Certain Government possesses the right in a to 'get the hang of her style/ The music their feet Capital Stock, -' 8300,000. rollers made for the purpose, free of postage.) 0 A most excel r* RIGHTS'WA: TED.; _

them contingency, to chastise and coerce of the first-mentioned piece ;is of almost Tlie Union party is forming at the wrong undenupned. Agent of the aljore Company, Aedress all orders (pit paid) to the publisher, men of above tra** '-* opening f,r few good workoua t.

to submission and obedience unearthly sublimity,, and iftJicre is anything end of tho Union. The South is in a minority THE prepared to take rUks against Fire on buildings JOHN S. TAYLOR, and triffin- .ea, Particularly if gffindyi k ri-

ri ig not only Federalism, but it is the more heavenly in heaven itself it is indeed in the Union. ,'Tben we ought to have anil then contents, on the most favorable terma. JjooTtscHcr and Ppb&icf, be wow ** -' to work for rcasenabl pay. It iou14'If

:Octrine? of the Divine right] of Kiigs.rt ."- worth all the effort it is said to require, to try onion in the defence of our rights to defend Tjl1iazseeJune7285L'. R H. FLAGO, Agent. -. 143 21 NanSiu et,at Sew York. .. -eomin vuau to uni fvr- others to entertain NEWFO a thnu b;

Carolina Standard to cct_ there"T*. C the Union. But -BO. eoon. b. as. the- Union party %* -.* MaT8J : t May 10, 18Z_ ? .;, 4




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Amendments to the PROSPECTUS Towle &Myers, Military Bounty Land. I Etgal ucrthitmtntD P. P. LEWIS

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATEOF FLORIDA. OF TiE HAVE on hand,and are now reciting new and local Dentist Ta11a_ 11

SOIL OF THE SOUTH. assortment of GOODS, consistiug of State of Florida. POOMS in the ne entIa.he

.'l.lttrtt by the Fifth Gmtral.1'rmby. and pub. TiE undersigned,a Committee ol Publication, on Gold Lever Hunting Watche Pre-emption Rights.GCMRAL.. LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. l e Ea ofther ba1dln -
Gold Anchor Leper Orricc
1 of the and Russell Agricultural wilt
. in pursuance of Article X1F, Section 2, pat Muscogee William W. Cheeyer, foj unless
Silver Lever C protptember.
Hunting .do engaged.
the Constitution.AN Society, respectfully invite public attention to .March U, 7
,18'Q. J
'i the following Propectu!of a Monthly3ournalto be Silver Anchor Lever do : order that the liberal views ol Congress, in passing r*widow and administratrix

published in'this city. under the auspices of the a- Lapinc and common do i IN the Act of-2Sth September 1S30, granti-g Ellen A. Brockenbroush, Flour, &c. -
ACT tn amend the Eleventh Clatxeof the FifthArttcIecfIheConstitutlon Gentlemen's and Ladies* of William II. Brockenbrotigh, deceased, Lucy
"" Boom Pins general as-
jove named Association.The I Land certain wholave
Bounty to officers and soldiers
I 011 his State and aNotn ortment of Ear and Rings and ,,. Brockenbrough, Arthur S. Brockenbroogh.Thos. 160 VSSir family flour
work he devoted to the interests of Agi Finder Gold Guards been in the Military service of the Uni. '
amend An Act amendatory)' of the Twelfth i and Rural Ccon- Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, Gold and Silver engage 'v. Brockenbroush, Georee L. Brockenbronzh,
Clt'jse$ of the Fifth Aiticlecf the Constitution of icultui e and tiulurt Domestic Pencils,Gold Pens,Gold and Silver Gold ted Srates, may be carried out. and every expense to George S. Hawkins and Mary R. Hawkins, his SO barrels Potatoes

Ibis State, and adopte by the Third and Fourth omy. Under the I'\'crl heads, will included. Sleeve, Collar Bosom Buttons, SpectacEs. and the Wanantecs. be avoided as far as possible in ob- wife, Thomas W. Brockenbrough and John W. r firk?? test GOIIben Butt
all that the culture of Crops the improvement the benefits
concerns ant taming granted by the gratitude of heir from
As the Elcction of of John W. Brock. Landing Brig Uranus 2.
rtlerl so a to give of the Soil, the management of the Farm the Shell Card Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine country for faithful and patriotic services ; and at Brockenbrougb, infant children and kt efJ'1 t.
1.1 to the People deceased, Lucy Maxwell, ElizabethV. 3IcNAUG
Silver enbrough
f Fans, and Buffclo Combs.
Garden the the Flower Yard and the
QtTIiON! 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and Hou! Orrlard. In their connexion, Also French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Te the settles same time to the secure Public to the hardy the and fruits enterprising or their Maxwell, Simeon Alatwelr Margaret Cham- Newport, March 22,181.101U01D.
on Lands
1.) Ifoitte of Representatives aj the State of Flo. ( Trays, Plated and Silver Silver Table and TeaSpoons plin Sims widow and administratrix: of WilliamW.
with the interests of the Soil, the other industrial Wart and privations the of the Interior itE, IYHD
t !-/<* in (Jcneral Assembly convened. That the Elevni'ii Fork, Cream and Soup Ladles industry ; Secretary Sims,deceased,Martha Mason Sims, and Far- Ca have now CD -
Pursuits of the land, will receive their appropriate Plate Spoons has directed : _/. sortmentofCrockery. a
<- : Claoneof theJ.'fl Articeof the Constitution do.Tea Sets, Candlesticks ish Carter. -
attention. Plattd Cators. That public notice be given to all settlers Pubic
r>| thi State Ac entiltd. An Act to Solar Lamps, Silver and Girandoles. on appearing to the satisfaction of this Conrt, by Otaand Stone wire.
The Soil of the Sulh" will be under I the editorial Gil Lands subject to private entry, to come forwardand IT Hardward and
arnea.1) the Twelfth ( Article of Also made in this that defendants Ar- Cutlery.
fine double bartelled Shot and Game cause
of A. Peabody, and GUlS file their statements within thiriy.days .
( nstitution of this State, that the supervision CbaltI Esqr. Declaratory W. NaiLs Castinges, :.
so Judges of hur S. BrockenbroU2hThoma
tbf Rags, and Flanksfine pocket Knives, Porte Monnies, ; Brockenbrough,
James M. Chambers. N r. Peabody has been for alter making (heir settlements and
Ihs Circuit Courts shall hold (heir offices for the Cot impro'e.mente Thomas: W. Brockenbrough and John W. Brocken A.priI12,1851. 14
Port Folios, Violins, Claronels, and fine Razors -
connected with the Agricultural Press,andS Fute a: required by the Pre-emption Act of -1th I
1 win of eight years, instead of during good beha. \o years Strops, &c. brough, infant children ol John W. Brockenbrough
distinguished as a Practical and Scientific 1 ISll.so as to secure (heir a.
*i.t," be, and the same are hereby, so amended as equally quality and assortment of September pre-emption deceased, and Farish Carter, reside out of the State BY RD Co. have jnst recejed
Farmer and Gadner. Col. Chambers i is one of the Bet general Perfumery rights, and prevent interference by the location of '_/. of dress
j t.\"\\ as follows, viz : That on the first Monday most intelligent and successful in I he South. tc., fcc. TOWLE &MYERS these warrants. (f Florida,beyond t jurisdiction of !this Court,but bent goods, such as

in -tobrr. in the year one thousan 1 eight hundred Plnter Seplemcer 29, 1S30. 23 in the United States ; and that defendants. Lucy Plain and Embroidered Grenadines .,4
will be assisted by an of Contributors.'among And that all warrants be located the
They corps -
may upon Bfa Tissues Lawns
ffes and
1Iltil'.three.i and on the first Monday in October Rrockenbrough George Hawkins and Mary R. Beraee Ds'
('ven: nit years thereafter, there Ihal be elected by the practical Farmer and Planters of the Just Received, land applied for, ifsubjecl to private entry on the 3d lavvkins,his wife,Margaret Charr.plin Sims,widow Muslin and Lace Capes and Vnde ,
Land. Sol without affidavit whether
March to said e&
Hi.uglified electors of each of Judi. an and administratrix of William W. Sims deceased, do. do. CufC.. and CoBaM.
respective 1 FLORENCE BONNETS,
Each number will contain sixteen of land improved not and after having been located .
ci.1 i t Circuits of this State one Judge ot I the Circuit pages quarto 1 DOZE China Pearl do. is 0: ; so and Martha Mason Sims, reside beyond the jurisdic. A1SO-A fine assortment of Ladies .
size printed with new tppe on superior while *aid warrants shall remain in Ihe hands of the
C who fchall reside in the Circuit for which) he paper. Lace (ion of this Courtbut in the Western Circuit of the Shoes Parasols and Ladies Silk Umbrd t
Tuscan do. !
tIr. and furnished to subscribes) at the rate of One Dollar t Land Officers at least forty days. )If at the end of Cents
may elected, and continue in office for the term State of Florida : and Shoes of a
1 Albion do. variety Il
annum, which roust be paid in idvance. f that time Iht is interference bthosc .
per u' no locations
ofis years from and after tre first day of January 1 White do. It M therefore Ordered, That said defendants It'. A rril12, 2851. 14 .]
03Post: Masters are authorized to act as Agents, Chip with pre-emption claims or orhc-rwi i ise, the warrants .
--- :
-vf his election, unless sooner removed in the Westrrn Circuit of theState of
n succeeding French u do.I" siding Florida
and they retain in their hands | f will be returned to this Office .
may twenty-five
but if.
for percent patenting; ; PREMIUM COTTOi-G 'J,
ui4r1he provisions made in this Constitution White Pamelia do. appear and answer the Bill of Complaint filEd in S
of all collected is I Im3de
subscriptions by them, or if there such interference, anew location will be '
the removal Judges by addicss impeachment : they it, a COPy of the Work will be went lo 4 Lace and Chip do. this cause within two months, and the defendant E T. TAYLOR CO.. ProprietoMrf'tL'p ::

And for wilful neglect of duty or other reasonable' } one piefcr twelve monlh. will remit 1" French Lace do. Warrantees can locata their eliding beyond the limit of the State of Florida lombtH Cotton Gin )hn f.rtc".1aa'.rc.. :::
which hall not be snihHent!! for imF any rtuitouslbo own pre-emption within four months from the dare of the ;
C4U.. four names with four dollars. 1 I I Crape do. rights where the land was proclaimed and offered at publication faction to announce to their patrons! and Ih'I
'jchmcnt, the Governor shall remove any of them : Misses Flats of this Order or the said Bill nill be taken for cones t
Communications oust be addressed I" sale March ers generally, throughout the Cotton
fjCjAH: postpaid public priiTfo 1S31 ; and where the ro"i i
address of of the General
the Assem
sri twu.thirt11 to William H. Chambers, Publisher of .The 6 f Mens and Bojs China Pearl Hats, minimum price of the land is more than one dollar !>ed against them. ion.tbat they ate prepared tosnnrhlDTt'J.! \''' "
b! : ProtiJedhmcftfrt That the cause or cause?, Jindit is further Ordered That publication of of their celebrated --r ,
Ga. 20 f f Palm Leaf do : PRCMICM Gix .
Soil of the South, Columbus. and tweu'y-five cents can in cash !
.!. be stated at length in such addrcs and enter per acre pay the
his Order be made in in
.1 VAN LEONARD,) Committee 1" fine Panama do ditlt-rencc between the cost of the hnd, and the some newspaper published Where thesefiinsll.nebf.en. oncensed
ctJ un the Journals of each : .ind elalcst Moleskin a. Tallahassee once week for t the space of four months. be deemed for the
l'ofidef.fU'tllf' R. A. WARE, V of 1 ca! style do mount covered by the warrant, estimating the war unnecessary )Ianobtrnrtnt c
Tint the came, or causes>hall notifd the J. E. HURT ) Publication. For sale by C. C. BYRD &CO. rant at SI l,2S per acre. No pre-frnplion riehts attach J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &c. a word in their favor, as they feel cocSdent IL 1 ,

.hte ?(intended to be removed ; ht !hall.e Columbus, Ga., April 26,1S51. 163m April 12. 1SS1. 14 to the alternate sections reserved to the Unled 20th March 1551.A chinas have been brought to "ichpeifectiei'v, 1
Lcarins in hisown defence
to a ; true '
copyAllest.OSCrU their
I Lcl're performance
) States along the routes of Railroads Canals. rttommecd'
'*tc for such removal shal pas; and in :luch C&if! NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE Bonnets, &c. Where application is made to (this or Office by the A. MYERS, CJ rk. in prefereLre to all other Gin,now inae. r ."
fie role shall be > seas and nays, and enter By HUGH ARCHER Jr., D. C. satisfaction of those who blte Z4 ,
received a general a-M>rtment of Ladies and 1orate he not nsedtbe
warrantee to t warrant, should
cd l <>n the Journals' of each House, resoettitely.SKC. JUST applicant March ,
22, ISjI. 11 4m
2. lieu further That said election I sub;crHor. has opened a general CLOTHING I"s rnng and Summer Bonnets Straw and desiznatfc the Land District, section of country, or and are unacquainted with their rpptrtaGn.lh; ,, I ;,
j TIE -----
fnacrd. I .cilk Uent-, Boys and Infants ChinaPearl which lie prictors reed only say, that the FB.T
wi hes firs-
FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT \J.ld l-1t particular tract on the location
and hereof made in
w'lal be conducted t ,
State of Florida Gadsden
-- County.Midtl have been awarded to them for
which hereafter! door South of Mc?,n*. I.wi.& Ames,where he is now Lcihoin, and Palm Leaf Hats French made! ; and where I Ihe tract is specified it would be the BESTGTVn'
manner now prescribed or may Sprigs and Wreaths (white and 4 and 6-4 i ; Circuit of Florida In hibifed at the great State Fair held atAJ311aC
well -
1> by law, the election of member to opening 1 well t4t'l aswrtmont of mprn CVn-ress prescribed and it shall fo be the of the Governor fashionable: READY-MADE CLOTHING suited to white and coloredIl-x-r, Matting, }'an", }'arwlo, Pa- they are desired, that in case tie Irac1 first selected SPRING TERM I. A. D., 1S31. tin; also at.the Alabama and Georgi laAgicc! ,

In tuue a; under duty the seal of the State, the pei"on. cun.II''ion. annual Fair of the South
Cap Ribbons, black, white and colore-J) Satin the first of the others which Carolina (r5ti'Jt
PANTALOONS of and upon vacant !
styles qualities ni.hnui may .
t. the pei eon receiving the highest nutnbc t of votes "aron. ; r* Charleston. The Cctton sinned
4.1 the Judicial Di.lict in which the election is \\lufe and fancy ( 1.1 qua1tic"; Silk, For sale by HEIR J without further delay. In these cases the affidavit James Nicholson and William N. Averitt Executors reived the first Premiums the on thru Gin;:

l ..t. Mrrino.and Cotton Under.shirts and Drwers; GlovesHosiery April It!, 1851. 15 ol the applicant, taken before an officer competent cf Malcolm Nicholson,deceased,Wiley Blcw- Charleston South Carolina,and exhibition l bUill:

SEC. 3. lie it further enacted., That whenever Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Stocks Summer Superior Liquors. to administer oaths, that he is the identical person itt, Administrator on the estate of Arabella Blew- samples of Cotton from then have at ever been; Fiirtlm

tar! General Assembly &lal create a separate SUe Ties Sn"pfriders. Money T.lLo, Shoulder Braces, PIPE HOLLAND mentioned in the warrant, must accompany the ap itt.'deceased, Burrell Hinson and Mary his wile, The Proprietors have in their exn'.fd.;
j-rcrae Couit, or Chan uurt, under thc provismi Purses Pocket Books Combs Bru-hcs} *c. ; TRAV 1 superior plication. The same rules must be complied with ft at., Defendants. certificates from Planter Cotton pojstsioa- .
Ca tilliou out ,
o1 tins Cou'ltutln. the Judges thereof shall ELLING TnU KS. CARPET BAGS, and VA.LICES. I'jnc. Brandy where application by letter is made to the District affidavit, it appearing: to the satisfaction minion Merchants, and 1ro1unc C,1.o

.lie elected in the manner prl.\'ided in the first section UMBRELLAS: togetlicr. with a large a ortnirntof 4 Madeira Wine, Cir quality Land Officers. Where such application is made by ON Conrt that James Nicholson, William F. Gords testifying that the Manufacturer of f

.sI( Uji act, and shall hold truir offices for the name Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c., all (.f j }pure Port Wine, the Attorney Guardian, Executor,&c ,the evidence Averitt, and Wiley Blewitt,three of the Defendants and the samples produced performance them ;ibeCi-.
will be sold 1 bbl. Irl-h Wl-5-key, a very superior article. duly certified, of their authority to act, must also by ,eaaaot/ lt Q.
iTCn.and be sabjc-ct all the pro\'icionl of.aidfi'st \\hicli cheap for ca-k in said Bill, reside cut of the Stale of Florida and celled by Gins ever manufactured.
In store and for sale low the any
*i ction: J'lomJtdhoiftvtr, That the of the W. T. MITCHELL. by accompany application. within the limits of the Slate of Georgia : All orders for Gins, either

Stitireme Cour shall be elected by :JUdjlf'nelal ; Ta1uisee May 3, lR1 17 tf GEO. U. BESTWICK. By a clause in fat Stction of the Act making appropriations It is Ordered, That the said James Nicholson I local Agents, or forwarded given to the!:1)Proprietor oar tmeHlri: for
February1,1S3l. 6 for the of the ,
n'id the Judges of the Chancery Cpuit shall be elec- support Government for William N. Averitt. ant Wiley Blewittappear and mail receive
lei by cenc-ial 1 ticLttj or b Districts, as the Legiaturo Notice. the fiscal year ending 30th June 1S32, approved 3d answer said Hill of Complaint according to law, will prompt attention. Gsi; "
be sent to of the
!. direct. ) Notice.ALL March, lSjl, it enacted that warrant for Bounty any part conatr,4'.
may order of J. Waylcs Baker, Jude: of the Cir otherwise the same shall be taken pro confes&o m rant.d to give satisfaction.JOS.. I
Land issued under
BY t the Act of 2bth
SEC. 4. fie tt furrier enacted That should a Court for Madison persons, creditors, and legatees, entitled to September, to them : L.
and State of Flo DCTTE
occur in either the or ct County otherwise interested in the I IS50 or by virtue of any other Act of Congre, Provided. That of this Order be .. ::t.
tacaucy Supreme Chancery the inulfr.-isn will offer : ( estate a copy publishedonce Colnmbns, Ga., February S, 1551. 5 i
Circuit Curt, by death, lOhiguation, removal, or I rid we on the FIRST Cnl1. in ioners JUNE next in G Thomas J. Townsend, late of Jefferson Coun. hall be located on any land which had not theretofore a week for the space of four months in the ,

tlien\i issue; a writ election to fill such \'acaIry. and he i taJ County nt public I heir claims and demands within two years from this priv ,te entry ; so t that no land can be located under city of Tallahassee within this Circuit.J. .

*ball give at least sixty dajf' notice Iherecf by proclamation : outcry, to the hiijhes-t bidder, on a credit, "of twelve date to the undfiinedr the same will be bared ; the Bounty Land Law of2Sth September, 1S50 or WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. T undersigned having raadejcme new wrr.

and the Judge so elected to fill such vancj6hall montlis from diy <.f sale, with note and sufficient security and all persons in'U-bled to said deceased, are re- any other law granting County Land, except that JOHN ERSKINE JL ment in his business requests al! per!yi>
<- ,cotitjnue in office from the time he qualifiei tolttar 1 interest at 8 1"1 eent per annum from qntslfd to make immediate payment In my authoiized which Imil been proclaimed and offered for sale prior Solicitor and of Counsel for Complainant.A debtid to call and settleup. In future It wiatew

S titidirjiis; rommi sian, which shall be issued date all the Real E-tate. of Coleman, dcceasc'd, agent and attorney, WILLIAM BUDD, at Mui- to tle 3d of March, 1S5I.! true copy from the record :Attest, no books, but sell his good ejclnsivery: forta-i*
immediately after the final canvass of the votes l>y the villugc of Iali.n. ticello, who ii fully authorized by me to settle the J. BUTTERFIELD, R. C. LESTER, Clerk. produce, and by so doing he will be able to xHit

which his rcur is detcrinincd : Prodded, howitir, WM. A. BRINSON, ) ? said ctate. Cum11li Ioner. March 8, 1531. 9 din the lowest living prices, which te proaiwta it

That bould it hpccmp nccewary to fill any such vacancy SAIL. B. THOMAS, f t"mml88lVIN MALSY A. TOWNSEND, A m'x. May 3, 1S51 17 6-.v and requests his old cnatonier3and ntherjwislT'i:

before an election can be held undirlhe: pro.vsionsofthis _May 10,1651.! 18_ 5tKOKTPELLER Jefferson County)', AI| ril 12, ":l. 14 3mBounty Summer State of Florida. buy low to give him a call. He hal on band ir:

Constitution! the Governor shall have FEMALE i--- Clothing.A assortment of Shoes, Hat, Cap, BaDkefjC"a!
t he power to fill biich \'vacanci b>' appointment and I. Lands and Pensions. B. CLARK has just received from New York, COUNTY.IN and Woollen Good,&c., &c.,for family! and p'l v

the .person to appointed shall hold his cilice from the '['lIE twenty-first Term of die Montpelior Female 'FMIE undersigned,havingmadparraii tmcnts wit! I a general assortment of summer clothing of CHANCERY. tion u
hte of his totr.misinn Ulti his successor shall be ; JL Institute will coumeiicc on Thursday, the 5th JL competent and experienced Agent: in the City every variety and style, which will be sold on the Archibald Buie and Ann Buit tht wife of said Archibald Jan-jary4.1S51. 02 AMOS KICHMD'ON.

tluly elected and! ( :! ( day (if June of Wa:.liin,. t.iD, and bi-ing now provided with the most reasonable terms, at the well known store on and John A., Daniel G., Silas P., Elizabeth,

SEC. 5. Ke it Jurihrr tnacted. That the second This In !:;next is irndc-r the Fupcrintcndenrc of the approved and requ-ite forms, wjjl attend to the collection Monroe St.. formerly occupiid by Clark SiStillman. Mary Ann Margaret, and Frances C. Buie, infant Notice.

tectionofsaiJ act to amend the twelfth clause! of the !I undersigned: vho re-i-les the ppotan l devotes of Claims by powers of attorney for !Bounty Also a fine lot of Cloths,Fancy and Black Doe-skins, children of said Archibald and Ann Buie, months after date I shall apply to tie Es.
upon a SIX
Constitution of this State, and adopted by the third (iart of his time to Iiietruction and Lectures. Lands, Pensions and Claim r Losses and Semi. Cashmarettes, Col'd. and White Drilling, Drap'Ete, 1$. 1e Judge of Probate for the Comity tiles

and fourth General As! mhlits! as aforesaid, be and : hi iiocuasary alienee, as Bi-Lop of the Diocese During L'Itev. the United) Slates Government.( White and Fancy \Iarsaille!, Satins and Fancy Silk Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen, and for letter of final dismission -\tmina't3toroft:!fe
toe same U hereby abolished but it i is : :Cs 1lon Ves ting I, which he i is prepared to manufacture in their children Finetta Sheffield and her
> husband
; hereby provided )Jr. Bragg has control ..f the Iii>titutc. ; and soldiers of the war of 1S12, or of any estate of James Blacklidge, late of said County,de
that the GeneralF&embly shall, by the concurrent of such a manner as (to please Ihe most fastidious.ALSO Bryan Sheffield, William II. Allen Joseph Allen,
Eight Teachers are engaged for the ensuing the Indian wars since 1700, are entitled) to Bounty cea3ed.EDWARD
vote of the two Houses thereof, at its next T'n Jefferson F. Allen,Laura C. Allen Susannah Allen BLACKLIEGE !dm't.
addition to the and Lands under Ihe late Act of For
regular session, elect some person to fl the vacancy i combined Superintendent with i ii a offered thorough to the ed rendered, a moderate compensation Congress. will services be- Afull! sorment of Shirts, DrawersKid and Thread John C. Allen, and Tbirza Ann Allen, aud January 2j, 1551. 3 6m

\Licb will ccur by expiration of erm of office 1 uclul. retiement Gloves Collars, Half-Hose, Col'd. Muslin and Silk Daniell\1cRaenv.
.Itbat Judge who mydraw the two 'car terra, unier young ldle of the < Stats Engli-h i!all charged collected.upon delivery of the warrant or t the amount Cravats, Hdkf, Boots, &c. FT appearing to.the satisfaction cf the Conrt by I Notice.
French Latin if D. P.
the t/ru\ionc of aid second section, which is it branc.c. deiireJ, Music, Vocaland IOGUF.G. April 5, 1S31. 13 tf__ _ L affidavit made in this case,that Finetta Sheffield
nnd W. month* after date the andeignedw1Ze.
Drawing all
Painting are ,
Lrtil ab,1'c to be abolished. taught and her husband Bryan Sheffield, d> not reside in ,SIX
March 20, 1S51. 12 tf his accounts and vonberstotbeHonorrJudge :
FIFTH GENCRAL AsEznix.-Passed Ihe Senate by rot competent m-tructors from England, Just Received and for sale low byJ. this State, but in the State of Georgia, so that pro. Adtninislrad-
n,. and the United of Probate of Leon Ccnnty,a
by the Constitutional ', December 13, 1S50. Frmcc Stts cess of subpoena cannot be served them
majority TERMS :-Two hundred dollars Sight Exchange M. WILLIAMS, upon : on the estate of George W. Barrel hte of I* ,
Parsed the House of by the Constitutional ad seventy-five It is therefore Ordered, That said defendant's,
Reprtentliwi distbtf -
per annum,one hundred and fifty payable in NEW YORK SA and and Cot County, deceased, and apply for a final
majority, 2:, 1550. nd\Uec O VANNAI MACON MANILLA Rope assorted sizes, Finetta Sheffield and Bryan Sheffield appear and administration ol said estate.BENJAMIN .
and one hundred and twenty-five in January. o extra for sale, iu sums to ., Spades, and Axes, answer the Bill of Complainant's filed in this cause from the BYRD AdaV.!

[Ne. 2.] char c! except for Books, Stationery, Drawing THOMAS J. PERKINS, Weeding Hoes Patent ditto, within four months from the first publication of this I: Fort Sfansburv. Januarv 19. 15312: 6m .

ATC ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the Materials or Medical .aauol months, October 12, IS O. 40 Agent Marine Dank Bake Ovens, Pots Spiders, Order, or said bill will be taken for confessed against
and December.For -
Fifth Att'.clc: ol the Constitution ot this State. May Old and Younjj Town-end's Sarsapanlla them. Notice. ,

SECTION- 1 Be it 'ltttl ly the Smale and further} paticuar. apply to W. S. TVllliford, 2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Trace,Fifth, Halter, Breast, Stretcher, and Log J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &.c.A months after date I shall make applirallu1;
Esq.Treasurer tul m Macon, or tit He\ HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Cluiins, true -Attest, SIX
House of Jirfi-esen tallies of the State of Floridain copy Honorable Judge of Probate in and forIti ;

General .shsemlly convened., That I 11p Seven Seneca G. Bragg. Montjielier, Monroe County Ga.- BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-houst Strap Hingps, Patent Balances Gf'O' IbsSpeyin OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. County cf Jefferson, for letters of dismission ci

teenth C1aue' of the 'Fifth Ailicle of the CunMitu- (Post Office, Macon.) : less by fire. ? Knives antI Needles Percussion Caps March 22, 1551. 11 4m discharge as Executrix of the last will ani &*

lion of this State be, nd the same is hereby, go STEPHEN ELLIOTT, Jr. LEWIS &AIf. Coffee Mills Cotton Cards Thennoniiters, ment oi James M. Hart, lore of said County&'i

amended a!to lead ,s follows, to wit : 11" Ie.lhal il/tOp (1 the Uionse be Solicitor for each Circuit who Iay 3, 1S51. Ct -- -- Windsor) anti Cane Seat Chairs Willow
one .hal !& 1 Wagon, CHANCERY.Paul Jefferson County February S, 1551. 5 8m
therein and shall elected the A.FORMERLY. B. Buckets Tubs Iunjiii, Sieves Eroonw .
by CLAK Trays .' -
qualfed01(1 Notice. Ulmer, Executor of John A. Cuthbert, dec'J.against .
of such Citcuit on the first Monday tr, ( CL, & : ,) Ittl-It Sal Soda Indian, Glue, Madder.Sls W. G. M. DAVIS,
the thousand cilit! bundled and SIX months from this date, I shall apply to the :on's superior 5 s TobaccoKRail Road Snuff
sear onp fifty-three, ,
of Ol TTAVJNG purchased the interest of Mr. James Gad den,Eitz\villiatn Ryrdsall.and the widow ATTORNEY AT LAW,
anj four sears th :rafter, or at such limes as e Probate of Gadsden County fur letteis J-JL Bio, Laguyra, and Java Coffee, coarse.\ fine Salt
e\'t of dismission from the administration the r ftA Slilliran in their old business, can be and heirs of Joha A. Culhbcrt,deceased. taken his abode at Tallahassee and r'
the General law and estate Sperm. ..Atlamantinem.r antI Wax Candles up
Assembly may prescribe ._LE. found at their v/U stand Monroe HAS
of John B. Durr, deceased.M. on street, motion ot and it of the Middei3t1! :,
.1ul receive for his seivices a compensation to be where he will rect-ive iu few from New York Ioxe! Brown Soap ditto for the Toilet UPON Complainant, appearing in the Courts
: a days
by law." A. DURR, Administrator. Green & 151k. Tea Pickles Lemon Syrup. Claret ( affidavit to my satisfaction that defendants I and of Franklin and Jackson Coanties.:
Ihe assortments
fu'd; :2. Be it further enacted Tat such elec. Gadsden County, January 18,11:1 2 Cm one of ClolJtinir most and r-rmplete Gentlanen'a a of Ittadytnide Goods Soda and Butter Crackers Pine Apple Cheese, James Gadsden and Fitzwilliam B>rd all reside beyond March 9, tS'). 9

lions shall be held and conducted, tie returns Fancy Bacon, Lard Hour, JIackiTfL the limits of the State of Florida, the one in
Southern ever offtTed in this market. Also, a assort. Valuable Plantation for Sale.
Mutual Life general
South and
Insurance Carolina the other in New York that
thereof made, in the name manner is now Company Loaf and Crushed Sugar with the usual
pre. of good
ment French and Cloths assortment K
a Eiizlith, Belgian late Jcski
of tie
I Louisiana. the ordinary process of this Court cannot be served
cribfd by law or hereafter be prescribed of articles in the
may by Goods TIE
Ix'en Black and D c kins and Blaek ;
law, for the election of racuber to fromthis flAYING for the aljove Ct>m- PI/C.I CUlimcT Shoes Crockery upon them : formerly resided in Leon Cwntvii
Congress Uppitl.gl.nt Hats Hardware. ,
Satin Cashmere and Vdcit SadJkry,
5t ate. pany,nd dc ary to discuss, the aLI Figueied Coach Trimming and Domestic Line. It is therefore Ordered, That publication be made Lake Erie, containing 480 acres of *nkn meW
GEXEP Asratni.y.-Pased the inilif'rtance and advantage of the mutual JrutilfI, which he is prepared to manufacture at foi four months a newspaper published in Tallaha'see are cleared and under cultivation. On tie rer1E!cl '
Senate immrmce
by F'JFU the Constitutional AL December Iriple.oud renctfully solicit the -ideratiun notice and in the most approved st I Room U required to enumerate Fancy Articles. Florida, requiring said defendants Gadsden is a comfortable frame Duelling Hoiae, Tia! me1t
majority! (Conclusion next etk.
Passed the Hou- ol Representatives by ( 31,1651 t1! ctiz( 1 .f TUlaluu.-e! and vidliy. Any information The community and examine generally are respectlully requested April 19, 1851. 15 w ) aid Byrdsall to plead, answer, or demur to the Rill cessary out houses, dc. TBL PUntatioa P8

tutional Majority, January 8, 1651.OJFICE reItre t it,can i*.' \; calling on. the to cal t,3xJahassee tuy stock October before purchasing 12, ISO< ekew 40 of Complaint on or before the first Monday in Sep many advantages it adjoins the pineyTtherant'eisverygoodforcattleandhogs. !w*
A timber
| ,-, 't .. next :
T .
O.f L' 4. t Clothing.JUST .
CF StcriETAnv OF STATE, ) Noveni1sr3Olt3. (). 47 tlw J. -\tI Pt'added, A copy of this Order be duly publishedfor port and Georgia Plank Road will pass riJJiK' I
--- --" OHN PRATORIUS received a general assortment of Gents and four months herein TnZ&*y I
TullaJiatsce, May 1, 1S51. ] as directed prior to the said. 600 yards of the dwelling, and think ;

t. CHARLE% ,\Y. DOWNIMJ, Secretary cf Slate, do JUST received and ft'r sale. by 0. C. Bl'IlD C [or LATH FIRM OF BULL tt 1'lt.tTORILSJ] Spring and Summer Clothing. For sale first Monday in September ((1S51) next. line, or through the whole length oftlePM31and J
the be I J bhll. No. 1. Mackerel Tie low by HEIR & RUST. March 20, 1531. J. WATLES BAKER, Judge.A when this Road is completed which is owa lit i
llen.bycerlily i foregoing to true and correct
20 bbk Fine Flour. %.93 TTOULD inform his friends and the public April 19, ISI. L. true -Attest, of hS ,J 4
fcpies of the original Acts on file at office, and V cony tract to be done by the 1st January
)herewith published in pursuance of the roy provision of 20 sacks iin) Coffee fiH > that he 11i taken the store lately nccupit C. G. FIFE, Clerk. Plantation on the tole line of the Head TiflBTj ;

lb. Constitution relative to Amendment and He vision 10 Ack Jan Cwflcc JJLby C. H. Blood, and adjoining the FtUf lately Corn, Oats, and Hay. April 12, 1551. 14 4m it for convenience, :. It is now offered r !

of the Constitution. 1 tiec ICc ( 'cllicll/y Hul J lrtoriu lie will 1 be plca-v-d BUSHELS heavy white Corn, bargain. Persons desirous of purcla.-ing' rur r P

C. W. DOWNING, Secretary Slate.JVIayS 10 lihls.. Brown Sugar. to te cls Il.l wants of tluw who may b 500 200 Oats, In Gadsden Circuit Court. call on Joseph Chaires, Escu who will show i
8 bbls Crushed and Powdered 'cd to him in his line of buHine.
> Is1trtIt (
1S51. 17For ( Sugar.5tt d jx CO; bilt-9: liar, SPRING TERM, 1851. Ian J. For terms. Ac, apply ta me at JIll i
) best lie )has received by the late arrival a C/1" and
Pnnati Sgs Sow landing from Bri' Uranus, nnd for pale Fort Stran.s'Lury, F1a. anESJAW
Sale. April 1 wl-Idll'll./ Cloths, Camitnerci, J't ti"I }IcNAUGli1"; & OItlIOSD.Kcwport. by O. ).. William, )! Attachment Bfl" j

A LIKELY negro GIRL, about 14 years cf ajc, THE TRUE M'JJ3J : F.AlJr'-JLtJE aso, general OLU1'l11.'Or. J/IrtIllNIt f __ March 22, 1851. 11 Charles T'Egertoa )f.\sgumpsit 00. JanunrvlSISSI. 2 tf 1

lance\1pd taken to in plantation payment.work. New Yoik accep COD LIVE1'I .. "/ ." '?.n'.;:1; 1.lltu'IIJy eJi arc equal in'.tj le and Notice. TIlE uuftndant and all others interested in the Notice.'PHE .

.Pli 1f 9, 1S3I. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, found quality in and this qnitc market.; as ch'ap He will as any give' others particular that will atten IMJ SIX months after date. I shall apply to the Judge: thereof and suit plead will to take the same notice according of the commencement to law. srH-ctive undersigned offices will hereby be give for notice the tW" te5JL 7 1

AllhlDlronchitisC ''Jgh tion to las hmincbs, rod l lie will tacrit a liU.Talpatronage Probate Gadsden County for a final settlement A. ALLISON, open o&7 wdnY'd $
Just Received. hopes official business from 9 to 2 clock every
and all disease* of the ard Lungs. supply)' fnun the public and discharge fa m the estate of Hardy Shepard March 22, 1851. 11 Attorney for Plaintirt ,

BMSIIELS CORN, of f this valuable medicine is just received, \hich i io I deceased. E. S. SllEPARD Adm'r. excepted.The -.J
.1000 pounds Sides, warranted pure and of icry superior qualify. November; 1S50. 46 tf GaJ.-dcn County January 11151. 1 6m Notice. necessity and propriety cf regu J I
JOOo : -- -- ,
For sale by LEWIS &. AMES hours of business ia public aces, are i i
6,000 Pure Sulphate of Quinine. persons indebted to the estate of John Fergu-
120 barrels} Flour, May 25, lE5''). 20 Tallahassee, Fla.A. Pork. ALL late of Washington County deceased are law and Usage and are too obvious to JeCltltl
subscribers have on hand two hundred! and ation.
20: U Pork TilE BARRELS Mess Pork from Uranus to make to the Slatt
,handing Brig requested payment undersigned; and
ounces of Sui phateof Quinine, which they 30 C. W. DOWNING, Stt'rdafJ
20 Whiskey, .E)WEL ji. D. PAPT. "
and for talc those demands
the .
by having
same, are hereby
have obtained diiPCt aud ?
MAXWELL & from the manufacturers, JOHN BEARD, Ct
10 I Monongahela Whiskey. JkNAUGHT dt notified them within
OR1IOND. to present the time prescribed by
they will warrant it to be a superior article. W. R. HAYWARD, Trc4
Also a large supply of f every kind of Groceries, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. We have and Medicines Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 law, or the payment thereof will be barred.
enlarged our stock of Drugs D. 3. WALKER. Rt1."tI
, which Mill be sold as low or at lower prices than JAMES LONG C
anyothcr house in this place. Call at the subscriber' TALLAhASSEE, I'LOBIDA. by recent arrivaland are prepared to execute Coffee Sugar Soap &c. Qualified Executor. R. S. HAYWARD, Q t* '
"Washington County, May 3,1851. 17 8t
before purchasing cg t1IeIere.. February8,1851. 5 orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, February I, 1 8.:
I 15 S. S. KNIGHT. on most accommodating terms. '
.pri19.181. H. BRADFORD, We have also a few accounts yet due to us for t the JL */ 10 barrels Stuart's yellow Sugar, Notice. Leon Female Academy** ;

# Boots. 'TTY AT LAW year 1849. They are generally in small amounts, 5 Pilot Bread, SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge Trustees of the Leon Female AcaiA?

& DOZEN Pair of DrO.k Patent Sl.ank Boot*. Madison Court House but"if the whole could be paid shortly. it would go 6 Crackers, Probate Madison County for letters of dis- THE method of informing the wfthe V* t1'

1 Apri1,1SM. B. GAMBLE. 11ord far towards li'luidatingceltain sums which we owe. 70 boxes family Soap, mission from the administration of the estate of have under the
the above Institution
JA _January 18, Isa: 2 tf LEWIS & AMES. 24 Mipcnnr Tobacco,
. Plows. PIECE PLAIN STRAW MATTLXG, June 8, 180. 22 Landing from Erig Uranus and for sale by SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Adm'r. which tendence la of titutionvifl W. P. COXIXGH.IM afford all,the adtan J I

250 CAT Sweeps i bUrc, and for rale at low 10 : Clorcd" do. McNAUGUT t ORilOND. March 22, IS51. 11 Cm thorough and refined education. We hopt
New Goods. Newport 22, 1851. 11 OJ.J
GAilBLli For wile
1y C. C. BYRD 4 Co Notice. on such a footing as to obviate the l..wP ,
A1'n15.1631. 13 April 12 14 OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of> ing our children from home to acquire

Britania, and Bright Metal Ware, Bacon, Lard, &c. S x months after date, I shall make applicationto Terms Session flreXa- _.
Law Firm. Goods. consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots French" the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the per Jf

& BREVA11D will practice in co-partner Sprig Coffee Filterers Pitchers,Candle Sticks of. different} 4 CASKS. Bacon Sides, County of Jefferson, for letters of dismission and discharge The First Class, in which will be taught& 5dn -

BEARD all the Court of the Middle Circuit of THE Dress Goods opening to-day a email im'oic qualities, Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake Boxes, 2 barrels Shoulders Mess Pork, as Executor of the last will and testament of branches of an English Education, &lio I.
Bonnet 10
ILLns Florence Silk, Cannisters and Ebenezer Folsom late of said Greek. if desired .
4 Florida. Office TollaLafibce. variety of other articles, which County,deceased.All ,
i w he offers 25 Flour
JOHN BEARD dc Ic at ver they offer for sale on reasonable terms. persons herein interested,are hereby notified ac- Second C7a.w- 'llin Reading, GTgT3P1'YArithmetic
1861. barrels and 1'
JAS. 10 Leaf
T. \V. BREVARD.Fcbnuiry Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin u kegs Lard cordingly. HARDY MOORE English Grammar, a.Ja"Ij.i-

I. IR5I. 4 tf and Summer Goods. Ware of every description, manufactured here by Just 15 received Whbtkey. Jefferson County December 7, 1550. 43 6m tory Composition Ancient and) 'J"
Sclir. Barnard
and for sale bv
Sprig good workmen,and at fair prices. per tory Recitations.metlc "

Shoes.1 T a general assortment of Spring and Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead,Copper, Zinc and Cistern JIcNAUGUT & OroIO (D. Notice. Clau-Spell.ing.Re3ding.W =,rit.hThird

LADII and Get Rubber Ovcrsliocs,just rcceiv- I J Summer Goods, to which we invite the attention Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and JobWork Newport, :March 22, 18n. 11 S IX months after date the undersigned Administrator Geography, History, En GJ l' .

JAS. D GABLE of buyers before purchasing elswhert. executed faithfully aud with despatch.T. of the estate Walter R.Blackburn will mar, I iii

: Aprils, 1651. 13 : April 1", 1S51. 15 HEIR &RUST. WHITE & CO. CHARLES W DOWNING, sent Lis final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate pre- Fourth Cla..*-Spelfas, Reading,Writing; O"
September 211850. 37 tf ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Jefferson Musk CI
Hats. Boots and Shoes."nFIKE said estate. County, and ask for a discharge from French 10
: HEIR & RUST are now opening an assortment Sewed and Pegged ; Con- For Sale.A Florida. ELIAS LASTTNGER. BY THE TtJjil.o.Jannt.ry
ca Dt C3T Office at the tt
Spring and Summer Half, of the very latest 1 Calf and Kip Shoa ad Brs LIKELY and able negroc fellow used to the March 15, 1851. Capitol 10 tf February I, 1851. 4 601Notice. 11, 1851. 1

it)Ie. April 19, 1851. 15 opncd and for sale cheap at te A Turpentine business-to be sold low by tlio subscriber _
S. S. KNIG lIT. Brandy.1CASK
rpj Blacksmlthlng.I E undersigned recpectfullyinforms Clot W. T. MICHEL April ,-1861. 15 FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. months ann date, I shall apply to the Hon very suprior Brandy.JAS.fttt $& \'
17 (m BIGHT OF SIX 5 185 1. 13 lj
"- May 3,1651. THOMASY1LLE, GEORGIA) -
X the public generally that, t Judge of Probate for t the County of Gads-
employed a supei ior Horse Shocr buil/i Now' or Never. PRIVATE BOARD, all things included,at *10 per den for letters of final dismission as Admin.i -
: and Black
now prepared to execute all work in that Line in'a Superior Green Teas. BARGAINS to be bought of tho subscriber, imme- Travellers accommodated 'vithout Li- i istratrix of the estate of William McGriff, late of Notice This- J

superior manner, and en usual terms. 3 CASES superior TEA, which can be recom ; likely negroe girla. Approved New quor,a heap cheaper"than- Cotton cells. said County, deceased.SARAH HAVE on hand at this time and wB and"

F. PAYNE. mede BERRY dKOWLES.. York acceptance taken in payment for fame-call on P. P. SMITH. McGRIFF Adm'x. I fair prices two families of negroes. *

June 29, 1Q. 25 If May 3,1551, 1 April 1J, 1651. 15 S. g. KNIGHT. January, 1851, 6n Quincy, December 21, lS O. 50 6a April 19, 1SI. 15 P-