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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 14, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JUNE 14, 1851. VOLUME III----NO. 23.


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--1IU rOWER OF FATIES cs.BY I : 9 out, I tell you !1" tics; who need to be treated with almost as p ains. Tea in all -
probability, would have TRUTH AND IIOXOR. from the Columbu Suit oftfit Stntth.

T. 50JTlIrn. I ""Go 1 wani my!" top-cord. much."foibcaiance and consideration as children. been served at about eight o'clock You seethe If wealth thou art wooing. or title, or time, To the Planters of the South.

out difference." There i-' that in the doing brings honor or shame; Our .
I hn\'e very ucelleut.f.i..mdbo married My poor friend's face ',was red, and her These remarks produced visible effect upon And a material it is." There is more in the running than winning the race last new lands are gone; we have no

f-ric 't.11"l'l.rs. ago, fti! now lias her own 'voice trembling with passion. With each Mrs. Martinet She became silent and Is'nt it I very As one This marks thee as worthy that brand thee as base. longer the forest for our border we have now,
well
said there i k
farl'! ii'i: i trHuh, !,'6 ia a domestic ctabIii.ofhe renewed order for the child to leave the room, j rdlt'cti:1nd continued so, to a great extent i in patience undreamed you a power 0, then be a man, and whatever betide, I no new country to which we can repair by
l.u&bmd and 11 rsdr. of by those who seek I Keep truth thy companion, and honor guide the journey of a few days. Less than
1,1t, lJ' CI'I; :t U.I- : ; she stamped with her foot upon the floor.- during the half hour that I remained. ,I I not its exercise. Next when I had thy fifty
"J.:' :! i *%vo t>ervanis' Like a I large 1 Iin I weeks morning, If a ki.gl be right years have elapsed since the white settlements
shown
< instead two
fiu' ( Harry, of going out as he was dircct.1 Neatly elapsed before I called occasion thy kinship royally
to Hannah I did |
,,, ;::.v "I.i tlwe uuduh'81tuakod.. Mre. Mm.i. ed do friend I found her i. any speak to so And tru"t to thy subjects to shelter! thy throne ; of Georgia were bounded on the West by the
to and!
kept advancing nearer upon my r.gnin. happily with
'' i much
; n'arer. mildness and if i had
occasion R
to
| ely not armies
on of and the
ji.j.I Ji r natural stock patience tlto.l1JI' weapons or might, Oconce river Cherokees held full
i in calmer
: !1 as ho repeated his complaint, until ho came a Ftato of mind than : f find fault But

the demand theafor | upon my previous requested a change rather than on that which endurvtli, laws loving and right of all the Northern of the
10 possession
.ic :' i.111'tc: ; close up to where we were Eitlin j \isit We were in the midst of a pleasant I I enunciated a icproof. The Though a krn. be a man, and whatever betide. part
: ,i I', ,::1( .o is an cx'.eufeU'edtfiund t''1 !be conversation half girl changed as Keep truth State ; Florida, then, was the land of flowers,
thy and
Dhlu"t I tel you to go out! exclaimed : an hour after 1 had ,i if by mngic. She became In companion honor thy guide.
vti when 1 tuut four of i respectful her the home of the Seminole Indians and the
,, "
: menUuii I
; ,I'. i : his mother, loosing ;.11 patience. come in, when one of the children, a boy betueen j manner toward and evinced I If a prince or a noble, depend not en blood
I me constant } -
a
I
,: (c ,; !: i-i: are ho)'. and The I heart truly noble is that beasts of the forest. Alabama, too, was near
, I As flie sbc and seven eight old into wqich is
' spoke, rose hastily, seizing years came to do good
(anxiety I wished have
I ,' ; .i *.'. ;: .1 .11r. Maitinet'family: gov. the and made 1 every thing as to :If i f the stain of dishonor encrimson thy Lro', ly all in its native wilds .nnd Mississippi, re.
J him by tho arm, dragged, rather than led him i ir room some complaint against it: done. Not
since have had mealat
, ?, ,, n'' '.' any means perfect though be from the 1 his brother. The little fellow excited once we a Thou art slave to the peasant that sweats at the plow garded as in the far Southwest, few whites .
room. was much!
: much it and as ten minutes later than tho appointed lie noble as men, and whatever betide, to be found in all her borders
; to
"r.'i' iutprovol were contest
\\Ai c very gets I j 1 never saw such a child"! she said, returning and broke in upon our quiet chit chat with a lime." Keep truth your companion and honor
'i ;:'l :'lr' in1-e cotuf ut to hemelfnnd all rude that I felt your gcide.If the empire of the savage, the vrolfand tho
the door jar I
after of
; closing IInrrJ'J sensibly. expected I I
:, ,,, :' .1 jh,' dl&l. For the improvement upon hear could not but express the happiness I felt :, a lover be constant, confiding and kind bear. What now do we see The Indian
1 .4 doos tut force. You calk' course, to him ordered from the
Nothing might
' loom j at the change and excellent friend For doubting w death to the native mind
:;; \Ii' '- j i:::i\c hinte I take pome credit toniv urge my I ; title and possession nil extinguished. Tho
i inhtinu: That had
him all without him iacli: : bi-on mfrieud's usualproccrd'rgwhen Love's
i to day moving an ; i to persevere. This she has done and the exquisite passion a breath may destroy
;1' ,''.'" I i':: >':.ra! I ana by no 112@'Get'f''bi1jthtt, when ht get3 in on" of these mood" I ; those Kilcrruptions occurred; whole I IJ Who sowetb in faith expects havt'sts of joy. i white man is now lord of all, the forests have
of ia her has
\rt'' t ;" ">: ac ray friend is, 1 Jiouid SO"at'TII" Rang! weut thrt door 01"''. and I at J bast it had been:: s( when! 1 happened to be 1. charged.nspect things family I In loving be men, and whatever betide: fallen! before his superior energy and skill,

.' instead.
i I want top-cord -Mowed louder i of this: she said in a I Thc-i-c
,i v, :.' ,- ; ',:tt a maiden I'idj', like myself t 1 and my I low mild voice are times, Ilowt'w.r1en; from ill I, I f.a parent, be firm, yet forgirin and true i schools and churches planted rail.roads and
,
: more passionate tones ilmn befoie. j I health ;
; '. i it tc'il the I or a return of olil! states, she recedes:' If child, honor him I factories to the land
j -. : l11j""*- iot to r ':ull'r I \\ 111 I r to whom honor is due ; are beginning cover ,
: "Isn't it all endurance cried j, never mindViily.. You in
bcynnd i
1' .\, tj.v'U from t'ae ,, my stay j i again into fitt'ulness! ; but the! reaction upon If rich, or if poor or whatever thou may'at be, wealth and refinement have flowed in but
\1:1: :'. .1 i i qui.'t regionsv .! the ( woare
f fiend springing up and n.1! ing across the pailor with us, where hiarrycan't trouble, !her i is so immediate i and Remember the truthful alone are the free.
,. ," ,"; <, a1)!) i see how easy it w I5e ,
:.., ami mother tit reduce nil ro.a1fl. I Yon k driven in mil'defence' to patience and for- .1 ever a man. and whatever betide. which all this and structure
to I great glorious
i,," { ;H; WThis the Keep truth and
The >natc child who had been spoiled was just proposition, above all your companion honor guide.
bearam-e your
'iilent ilou c1wld. But I j paM I :j the le.-ult of which! is order and rests is about to The Soil of the
I I perish.
,I.t! i i": : i : am others the ,
1 by, injudicious: : management, gut a soundI to please child. liis face brightened in her Then tho'sickness come and mUfortunes I
I quiet i may (all I
i ia ,
family may
just that
of degree South
;, M-,, ti.::" conscious tho diilieulties a pa- j is a great feeder of them all, and that
t and he and The tru"t ia bosom
urxiveth
: whipping, and was shut up in a room I by !him came nestled up closely ti> 1 tL'nce and thy them all; I
forbearance
,' wife end mothor in the iicesv I are exercised. I Lore is It is in
(t': 1" >M : : : : twit After performing thh rather impli-as- i his mother, who, was titling on a coiner: of Truth Ilrnor Fricn'l}lip, no tempest can pale: being rapidly impoverished. no
!I. \., I. 11'1 hz. ln 1t t'd1pF' ing nnf\rc i --- ---- They are flowers breathing, balm in adversity's gale. spirit of boasting or egotistic glory that wosay
the sofa.
.
'nt task, )Irs. Martinet returned to the l Drawing arm around him, fche! Easy Csrs. I I
;i
parlor (). the manlike! is and
godlike w> t-hall betide
.id how her u.ind from tho Southern soil has double burthen laid
, ;., :' ': -, : :;-o a
with !
: flushed, excited and trembling ia ('\'crJ.(I went on the lemaiks! they happened to Persons Jmi ted with! corns," will find the While tru.L's thy companion, and honor thy guide.'I
it
lose burthen
( o-. iu-t! uattmtlly its elixir-seeing; .I be making when the interruption of his upon a peculiar to our own sunny
needed and nerve. entrance following cure invaluable. It is from Chazn.krs' climate. It has not to feed its .
Us
ra.ii.- v. ''-i 1 tuist they sre only population
!'
" I cpect that boy will hill me yet," she :!! occur (1.0 very long time elapsed Spiritual Rappings.
.i.iIt j
j Journal but to clothe the world. When
its exercise is ofji. ,
,. 'J i.1 : i cxoii t Uli)8r'heu : our
; befoie the A Poem after
I Poe
said, as the sunk, parting into a rhlir.u It parlor door flew open, and Harry poetical (with a thorp stick,)

t C' .- "!u.'ncToo: little allowance, I is turpri&ing how blnhbnrn and self-willed he :1 cnteied, asking: as he did so, in a 1 Jo ud voice,, I There i js, no doubt, some quackery in thecorndoctor's NOT BV "PEVITOL" I country was in its youth, when we could turn
', is inado ( the u.'jther who withTOUS I from the tired and exhausted field to the forest .
,
'
:r.u. :--I I I I don't know how to account for it. i for "'iJ! r. trade, but there is more i ignoranee. "Once

:a i I *? '. .. ', !:.-: systei, and BttfTirinir, grows.Lie never has his own way-I never v Id an II Wiliy( i is 1Ierrh f do you want with! I'or the benefit of both him and hispatkrts batchelor Attorney upon a midnight pondered stormy, curiousvolume a lone I and get new lands for the clearing, and

ixi. ".!11.! f i'om! physical prostration, 1 is ever him ?" said the !' we will now disclose a seciet which may a when population was sparse, our country-
mother
inch to him when he gets'in these terrible l,umore. ( in a quiet, bat linn of his heart's forgotten love while
ii.lst t 4f her iittlo of restless i ; I has itself abundantly adequate and
will ,
I i.:; I-1' family Oh doar 1 feel sometimes like relieve humanity from a load of misery, he nodded proven
.: uL'i I! } to ini jintcr their I givingup tone."I nearly napping, suddenly. there often more than adequate to this double task.
: : c : i ji to in want IU'M to come and j I not the le;s diHicult to bear, that it i is unpi- : i
despair/ play.
'ii/'i: ,; ; .:>, guard and : I came a tapping, as of some one gently rapping i i I But things hive changed, and are constantly
: w tied
i !) v I' protect, govern You or lidiculous.! Tile of and
l I did not make a reply, for I could not say were not kind to Willy, and he j cause corns, I -rapping at his chamber door. 'Tis I'
r :: ., ; ir ed il! !JTS! >:tons,when of t1I thiagBjn doesn't likewise of the torture they occasion is &iuI : changing, our own population is increasing,
wish
to with { "
: any thing that woulJ not have been a reproof r i play you. the spirits! and he started
at
i-tr.iei of and mitid for I "rapping my I I rapidly increasing, our home wants are
: bady even.i.in I friction greater -
; i pie and to lessen friction have
of her impatient lemj cr. After my friend had Come Willy and play, and I will be lind, ; you I chamber door. Oh, for help I'm frightened I :i
: : '. would be the greaU&t blessi hner she renewed her narrative I. said Harry. j i onlv to use your toe as you .do in like circum- our old lands are worn out, our new ones
c a-
"
g'ov/n soreL"n
:. ;. i* 1 rc going. Gullies and red hills, nnd pine*
I l :a. Will! stances a conch.wiled-luoricate it with
bout the dinner. let me be the msster some
you sometimes Then into his
I !L:. .-;!. :. \2fe and mcUier thus situa. i oily substance. The best and cleanliest chamber flitting, (not even I and broom sedge, till now, where once was
i As I when that inter- : asked the little fellow him- j thing
was saving: bay raising him
once permitting to fly into the closet
,
t. I :' ,: i i it'') a hay( eX.l'l.i'm; or loti- i: rupted U!, I left the hiichen much; wor. .:.1' up from where he had remained fccated i to use is i a little sweet oil, tubbed upon the, to behind the door or many a fertile plain. Old cabins and rotten
very get ) the of
!hr: 1'l': .i"ri.-d!! :; :) so far as to speak with frct"iir beside his affected : (after the i is came ghosts : I fences, speak of energy and skill departed ; the
part
ned I mother corn carefully pared
and felt won ied all the Several )I fond hearts broken
morning. with
( and I
1" i .. 1) child who rather neded i many a ring West, the West, has caught our enterprising
1 : :!P' ( a Yes I with the finger, which should be done
liuK-s I down bow shall }be sometimes. on gct.1
iI went to f-ee ting you nmsfer j other token and them
I ) they sat down beside
!::1 word! aids farmers until wa have no longer a West to
1" : calmly
-u by a ; spoken ; I "Then ting in the morning and before
but it .Iiu that I'll and from up just !
I were coming on, was han play, Vully sprung stepping him on the dusty bookstrewn floor,-sat them I which We here this
1 b orcn-miaded I they retreat are
husband who can
: "i: I into bed ;
nuh did not mean to have dinner st the hour. the sofa and bounJed from the room, as happy I. [ at night In a few days the i down amid the volumes of most venerable
w '1.; r.d: it was to f.11I. to now is to be our home, and the home of our
i. pain or will diminish
: When it was time to put Ita meat on to roast, I as he could be. I pain and in a few days more it: j lore. Quoth the lawyer' What a bore!l' 'I children and children's children. Fate
'd,1' frt < our
that
: : : IHT\OI pr strI..H reprove ;the fire all ... in the Half The mother bmik'd mid into will cease, when the nightly application II "
was vii looking may It be
ani must
serious is
., range. I my something this
; certainly
has settled which
last for it
-: \ v ::!'i! ;i .k tat called the tears to her I be discontinued.' The writer of this at us a question
] lust in renewing As I face as soon as we were alone stiJ- paragraph
oor was expected ,
mysterous, quite an advent of the I
spirit would have been well for
if
(',1'i -. SI-:: w::: wrong, 'bat he trasvronj suffered from these I. perhaps us we
when my !husband! came borne for his dinner, i "You see, Kate, that I am trying your horrible excrescences | resurrection con amore. But I Understand I had settled since for ourselves have
:
l Z" !: i"rTh'l! over-tried v/ife need-I for He long ; we _
I tried all sorts of infallible i
'
the remedy, patience. years.
the table
('cl 1'1,1'1'' I I'.1 i "'' .'. i's I sustaining: patience( and ,11Lt regular time, was not evenjSCt things and submitted to the them mostly here there came a rap so I not, however, so judged or acted. Bat it is
With
most results I manipulations
-t. ',.1 ':,.:. i- tuns'l fjirt }i]* cold reproof. happy am glad to the corn-doctor ofl i ghostly that he could no more dissemble as I with that fate as a reality that we now have ;
but all in
*(4 Rless me j he said'isn'tdiinerreadvt, ? sc(. I vain ; the more ? ,, he has done heretofore and his
1 1. .! -.. far face grewpale to deal, and with our change of circumstances
: as tny observation gives I told I wished! I With better results than I could have believed tried to banish them, the more they wouldn't t j I I
: you that it at the Lour, ):lr. i and paler as he started for the door down
i contrive of habits and
: ) I l" :: ;1 jndge have far less consif1.- I c we must a change
i. if
: ficularlv. I have a business eng igrmcnt at certainly. Jcntleness, consideration;, go ; or they did go, (which happened once I I he fell upon the floor! of which shall still enable live
; t f i'l policy, us to ,
l I:, ;\ patience with their wives, twice
,: half past two, that must 1 be ir.ct > : .s too and fiimness, I find do a great deal, and their or under the strong prevailment of:j I .Then there came a clatter, and his teeth] and if It is time that
: : :i:e ct.tilled! to receive If any bad. I of all with these ir exercise 1 leaves own mind in stat, 'I i caustic,) thy were always sure to return with : possible, prosper. we
.r am out patience I my a good j j began to chatter, as the spirits gathered round: h holdPo council those
: ',' t'l..W I on questions.-
1. \ :" ;f grave
:' Ie .u. uffiing I ''fit.fold i
regularities.. I can't wait of course.. l I There is a power ia patience t that 1 I did not t. vchorn. Since he tried the oil, some ;! him, and accused him very sore ; how, with] We call Convention of -wln
not II our
,
: :: .iff- ; djlii-n it i is tae ims- may
j
months!
1-xU.Muatlug j And this )Martinet turned believe it losesed. 1 do ago, lie IHS had no pain, and is able J ,
handscme
,
saving 1 can more by a face nIl and with
smiling
I ... ; 1. olaiiure; ,1 ViiU 1 Ijethe last; uj take I I I winning men to devise the mode and measure of re-
i ? r i on his heal ar.d left the house. As you miyi : mildly spoken word, than by the most em-: i to as much exercise as he chooses.i .- words beguiling, he had charmed away the dress but do call for the embodiment ofj
we
I I ( .vir! -, i if, i..rn of the ;I i
\es prostj-ation; body Through influence of this
1 ; : i i suppose, 1 did not feel .ery comfortable nor; J plutic command uttered in a passion. Thh mild persnasive,' senses of t fair maidens by the score and each the thoughts and opiuions of the wise and
: 'J. !I' >-iav. fa ) d iuiui ; j
!H i trtuiv-utues Itfa\ ; in rt very good humor with! Hann'iVl.en' :, is the experience of a few weeks. Iiiit, alas !! one of the most iniquitous of his corns has j! lass had fondly fancied 'twas her he did a- of the land. We to
thinking men
: \ d: iliut do liurtn : I ; propose
; rsncraUy wore a- ,he madt her appearave to set the table-, :, Kate to I be able to exercise patience-ho'V .' already taken itself off entirely ; the others : dore. Quoth the lawyer Nevermore !" ;I here the line between the j
dividing
J" t .1 I uu4 i dMjni open upon
tutul sir he
: ,,' .i:.. :-ird-it to What ;noj>, tau. Cut thit-" which was not fora qaM..:>jr of an hour, I gave hard a thing that is It requires constant ( still pares r.t rare intervals ; but, suffering i Startled at the stillness broken }by replyI : gulf and Atlantic States, a store house of :

;: ,. .-I isvioag. 'I j her about as good a sotting down, I icekon, I watchfulness and a constant tffort. liverj ;I no inconvenience whatever from them, he has I so aptly spoken, for the answer strange c- I thought, where shall be treasured np in these
.1. fche had in her life. Of I hour I find myself l tTl\'d into the utterance t not thought !it t. necessary to !have recourse to .
i : 'j bore
(0" '.. call id Mrs.i Mnrtiuei jas ever course w.is nough, quite a revelancy ; they began a years of plenty, means which may be distrii !
I .v to 1 I
I i .I see diaturbcd_ of paid back in impudence which I could not 1 of some hasty word, and feel its po\velcs- : c tic-whjch sometime, if not carefully I noi y rapping-sort of spiritual clapping, i I I buted before even the years of leanness come.
neriaa
state '
I.. ,. ,. vary t4: tid, and therefore gave her notice to fjuit. ness compared" to those that ire must gently used, and \inegar and water applied at once J which the lawyer thought could be but a j We want rot this convenient point reception f fI i

l fever a woman was Hinl beyond endurance, spoken. to the toe, causes almost as much smart as fashionable encore--and if his soulin
: :.vn: Larf"lr.1rn d to death Kate !'* she 1 the j again, as I and distribution, to hold converse with the i

l.,. ... .- -j :.:"I.in. I j i ani. My very life is brror.iing a burden to]I Do you get on with your domestics any actual cautery. i that word he would outpour, did he groan: Sugar planter of the Southern portion the

,. : Tho worst of it i there i.s Letter than von diJ I" ; out'Nevermore!' "
V-. :" .I uull. ," returned. "Whit ine patt =, no prospect Advertisement.The Cottougrowct' of the middle beltand the producer
"
j'11J :, of a c-Jiange for the better. Tilings in- Oh "l's.Fur! better. "' Pesently his soul hesitating i
stronger
L- ; ., ..df t Herald grew { : of Grain and Minerals of the Northern ,
.. '_ .tedf glowing better I suppose you sent Hannah sometime Maryville contains the following, then longer-' Oh !' said he *
I'I.i : t )i- ..!\\.a\ \i--rpemDg h\e J. grow worse. away advertisement no sweet portions those States. The time has come,
,
". ;. lefJ..l "It j ii not S3 bad as that, I hope," I could t ago f. : spirits your forbiveness I implore : on I when him benefactor:
1: 1. 'i d.y head that my we can appreciate as a
jasses over my my '3 No. I have her A Husband Wantril.fly a lady who ca awash I I'I
.
Have of < knees
T 1.:::: :. ;- itf'i trbd to the utmost Traust1' notMp remarking. you thought 3remedy J to every ghostess who to love has indeed, who will teach us to make two
cook 1 1I
Indeed !!' scour, sew, milk, spin,
j a for the evils of which sweep the hostess I will 'I
'I.I"J, you complain played promise to recant, I of where there but
: 'y i'i: the houce da he I spears grass grow, was
j j'1iSt as or : line can't
r "Y C'f, and the oes'n' well." weave, ( plough,) cut wood, make the faithless 1 I, "
: :> : i many things swore WiUJou before. We would not
: one vainly assume
!' there .
or .C' is disturbance1. J
n am A Kate What is there ?" Does she : :, ;\ J to fpejik out own mind withflend'ed i remedy, remedy g ready I promise to me F here he pointed I to t ourselves to teach that, but as the organ ofi ,
my If not I there i Is I "She is punctual the minute." the cradle, (gold rocker, I thank you sir,) sa a.lt I the door. the
('::1"a': OH": Ieln' ." I a remedy, am sure! amKcre Happed spirits Nevermore !T i i other men's thoughts, think it but a reasona. ;
leally the must have for the J'I;U.k, drive nails, &c. These are a few ofthe : t "
returned doubt changed Be that word
ii '' a palliative feeling I our sign of partingsaid ble
i-t: f.:tat tiial! as well as solid branches i expectation to say, we may, by putting
1 Teponif ul of the ell'vct of what I had in mind better! \ndis this, too, the rcs.ult of patience ; now for the ornamental. the '
hapless 'hie
.:.! .,'. J" !have my ex tight, upstarting: ye hence j our ideas together, hern om'lltt' ing. We
t.hecbnrgeofa fawiiy"Ire time she
pressed.Mrs. and forbearance on Long ago" went r.s far as Syntax: i to the darkness eeek sonic distant
your out It
11.! 'i 'J. I'I part"i ye i usually gain strength by association. ui
!Indfo! 1 1. anti tn, troll that No I Martinet looked at me 'I':iot1 h.. I suppose so. What you regard i in Murray's Pike's Geography, and through two1rules shore. In the noisy camp or forum, in the i I perhaps not more true ia any other business,
yon
o-i": 1-.rv what it i it 'but y she! eny who lias the ',. \'.'hat is the remedy or palliative of\.hicl'I to havi: g patience, at your last visit, struck ,I j States(in on the Atlas.Grammar.Could read Could and fird si ix, lonely sane sacloriai, such ghostly grim, ungainly I, than Agriculture.0 have unfortunately irai -

'i-l Vi.f; greatest trouWv is with! do- : you Fpeak. Name it for :( < r.io forcibly, and caused me to feel humbled j you see guests were never seen before.- j i bibed a prejudice against what is called book-

Ki1ics., ( A.8 class th'nre wiih your lew Like a drowning man \il clutch it if i be and self-condemned. The more I thought oft I she can write. Can-no, could paint roses, Leave my loveliness unkroken'-here I he farming. This has resulted mainly from the

; f ex- but a ." ; i i i the more satisfied! was I that were butterflies, ships, .Vc., but now she can paintho'uses I wide the door. the .
rr'rjn; dily( rnn-l'ps/ end iiipydi-ut! ) J Ftrl i you I whitewash the opened Happed spirits | fact, that theory and practice have not been

""n.-Jiinr.\ .. t'aink! it gies tiem jil asure to in. 'I *'The, remedy is poilcnre? My voice Mightly i right But it was one thing to see the use of ride lenses, &c.; could Nevermore!" I I properly united ; men who have written books,

to :'''' with "ov bnusehold l futrer as I pj oke. I I patience, and another thing lo exercise it.- oncedanfy ; can a horse, donkey, or oxen: So these vixen guests of evil-spirits stilltho' have been more theorist, while: those who

:'"\' 'L! row al'itO disorder. This nrrangcmcnts, ,. :: the color deepened on the face o 'I To bo patient amid die luibulencc, ill-tem besides a great many things too numerous i to: most uncivil-they will never leave the I have been wholly practical, however well
f'm1S.
\ named Itcr Oh I Lear
be ask
.' ':all J Mrs. Martinot But close pers, and disobedience of children, aid the you can she tears he At his
1' : tt) tl the Rpit't of present cook. our intimacy, : fl' No she can't Iawyer.tho' may implore. many of them have succeded by dint of energy -
fly \ my her of the fact that I i irregulaiities, carelessness, and Ieglcct of do. scold I you good for-no false heart I 1
11m1: i part.i'ubr llhout having) Lis knowledge w.is really a I Imr&fi I- they are tapping, they are rapping, and perseverance, have nevertheless, lost

rn' :,? at Uc htm', anj i never pleased wlJ ;- ftiand; prevented h'-rYrom being offended.! ;'' ?", EeU( ii a thing hnlJos ible. I was I rofor her terms. Her I rapping, rapping, and he wishes, oh how 1 much for want of more theory and si.ence.i .-
I il'n''; P 1il'nrc !" she saiJ after i in this tale of doubt as to to I ago i is none of that his haunted
4 t
: -: :ilit's ocew, rfth( fc lied.ips not of. si-chad a little my ability excrcise business she i is neither! handsome I vainly life were o'er; and i; But we hope the days of prejudices, and the

1 ,'" :."' :nv 1 t'g; &, I told Hannah. when recovered- }':llf "Patience is no .,'. !!i, the virtue so much heeded in my Lousej :' your ; old need nora I he often sighs-*Oh! could I but recall the | cause for them, are passing away And in

fl-"- emt::: alJd have seotdi'd tier n.b-ai To endure i i nlt to cure." I j hold, when Hannah came to the door of the I fright ivho, yet lias an not little man not apply nor days of yore, I would flirt-ah Nevermore!1" I the establishment of an Agricultural journal,

l, ; :: i Ii '! ; :11 I *'In that miilken I room where I was Bitting in no happy any a more education than -Arkansaw Traveler.
l ': n d i37Afl tita> mnt'e and perhaps, you : .e re1turned. ? ; very [ I and we propose net so much to teach the scienceof
\1 3' do Jot, }have ; vet "The effect of is inooj, find notified me of tome want in the I she ha, a great deal more gold, for there
to cure -------- to afford medium of
a fltl at the hour oftener patience ;, Agriculture, as a
must be f 0.H0( ; settled on her before she
Ilan 1\\0 orthr( 1irnc. \\'t'\L :;t domestic evils. A calm t'xtprio and gentle, ';! kitchen in an exceedingly pl'O'OJing:1.1'. I ; herself The Fight in Alabama. thought, open and accessible to all, where

4.cv.i.N. !11l. Mr. ; firm voice, will ia nine rases in ton effect I I was about replying sharply and angrily ; but t ill bind to perform all this above.-- We see it noticed in the Spirit of the South, we may record alike our successes and failures .

vit JJ.i ,, 1 1g 5Iartinet asked tae if IIMW :' more than the most passionate outbreak of!: suddenly checking myself I said in a quiet, Address, with real name, to Dorothy. Scraggs, that Mr. Benjamin Gardner, editor of the Eu- I'' end as far as possible, understand the

"!: 1.1', | r.rticalariu swing that 1 dinaer', i indignant feelings. I have seen it tried over mild s'ny', l'ost Office, Maryville, post "lid. .I faula Shield, and now a candidate for a seat reasons. We, therefore incite all to come

:...I.Ii 11r.1taUacsiicajattwoutaoc1u trisgaa As ; and over again, nn.11 am sure of the effect" Very well, Hannah, I will see that it is A nrcdt1e of Patrick Henry. Tho Uostoh, in j the Lower House of our State Legislature, : up with your offerings and let us see if we
i
want 4own into the .. "
b.t: ,111 :Ul t3 1'ld. Do ( j I f-honld like to have seen the efec of : supplied. J Journal says : When the celebrat-d Patrick I announced his willingness to respond to a may not avert the evils which stare us in the

iVfv' ''' flaacr! r<'a' or nt mcn'J.s iLe hour ELke todr.v.laruuet 11am-. gentle voice upon m; I Harry jr.fet now. I I "The gill stood for some moments, looking Henry of Virginia was near the close of hislife .I call of the General Government to coerce I face and under our old system, will he soon.

'; particularly -. i,' "J'orgive me for saying," I answered to I at me with! an expression of surprise on I, and in feeble health! he laid his hand on) and put down South Carolina, should she attempt upon us.

;,::3h ,11r'! 'p' att!"?,. U is desires otter it. 11 disa-an '! (this that in my opinion, if you had met hisj j!I her face, and then walked away. This was the Uible! and addressing an old friend who} I to secede from the Union. When the]: A Benton Horse.

."r".c, "J\1' l'.I, I't ts W t.ll'n one I passionate outbreak at the wrong he had suffered ;, victory over myself and I felt, also, a viej i iI I' was near him. *' Here is a book," said he, author of this infamous declaration and 1 his old democrat from -Yesterday an eccentric
tho .
.3 \:- ,:1f rn t !' I a1c'you& 6pra to L'er. DId in the loss of his lop-cord, in a different::1 j tory over her.ot half an hour elapsed, bcj worth more than all others ever printed ;- friends shall be ready to put his doctrines i into with country was bargaining

II' r. Th crct"UN' looted juit> out of Jlairuce I I'l1tl manner from what you did, that the (.f'ct': j j' fore, on passing near the kitchen, she said tome vet it is my misfortune never to have read execution by marching to that State, I he and had a citizen for the purchase of a horse*

Uplt mo with would have been of like in a respectful will inform of tho fact there partially agreed to give two hundred
; '! fwo a different very manncr* with attention and till please us as area
j ; Vyjljnt; and MIJ. Frtly, e I'm not : 4' I to tell proper feeling lately dollars for the animal, when he enquired:
forgot this
,' ,ea why} acter. you, morning, that, About the same time he wrote to his daugh few hereabouts that will be ready to accommodate
I
dsdu't
What .
1\ ; you answer ne ; friend's face colored the tea was all oat. But I round him with small bit -of is the name of the ritted'Tom
I iJ'i't' 1't'a My more li-ivAr )n -erjr ugly liaWtyou' her lips trembled. Hut the had the store and get some in a few minute" The far here in Alabama. If this is the doctrine of Benton, sir/ was the reply.

,7 nn 'pJjiJg when any ontO tldd1'esS\'s and her from Do so if please Hannah I me. thought gives; me more painthan the Federal and this the in What! Tom Benton ? Then I can't purchase
\' j 1& it to b known this kept being offended at whatI j-ou retnrncd : the sppelalion! of Tory,! For I consider party, manner
Hi i Mud f that yon bear : said. I went on- without evincing the slightest feeling of of infinitely I which they intend to carry it"out in Alabama, him, sir. Tom Benton wouldn't ober,
( higher
'be religion importance
n I(' rn> rTJ] ( t to have cpbit dinar in which Hannah L j I I "There is no virtue more necessary in the I annoyance at her neglect; "and try, if you than politic ; and I find much cause to reproach then we say we are considerably near a civil i instructions, and I'll have no .horse of tb at

tth1cl: :(; tae thai she would rradin time, i iTV management: of a household than nr I L I can, to have tea ready at precisely six o'. myself that I have lived so long andgiven struggle, for the right of secession will be I name. He'd prove refractory as the d".yjl; ,
f.\ LL sir and take tho in his
manage as to 0 clock." bit mouth whenever
!; almost Yet sustained if If
it is it is
u ofr Lt accomplishes everything. decided and public of being by arms necessary. to
the no proof
.vood
kitrht'n feding regular hour. I left ,,I Ih hard virtue to practice, and I am by no means I will have it ready ma'am," the replied. Christian." my come, the sooner the better. We are ready he pleased. No, sir, no Benton horse for meN

d1lJ; :y .oniNttt, :15 yon nay \\4.11 suppose, sure that if I were in your place I would I And it was ready. a for the emergency. South Carolina or any He wouldn't be worth his oats/

st I practice it any better than you do. But is i Had I not exercised patience and self other State cannot be coerced or subjugatedby Sound to come ojl-The Pittsbrrg 7,

t t 11 the door of the! room in which I :. of such vital importance to the order, comfort i .:i control, the interview would have been some The Ltmgs.Tlie following simple experiment Federal bayonets without Jhe bloodiest ry tellsthefollowinggoodtme; a-ctI-
"cre F-ittin. i i. is said to be test of the soundness of
L wu thrown OJIPJIvitha 1 and wc11Jeilg of a fami.to be able patiently !i I thing after this fashion. About ten minutes: a struggle'that the world has cverseen.-3Io i.fgoniy'A1 Somewhere in the West, a Sablr, 1w- .t
l1d in the Let the draw in full of
'bounded 3Irs. I lungs : patient a
Harry, Martinet's.va before tea-time the lather and brush
toI
ti. I ( to every disturbing and I j i Hannah would have come .' Adr tiser. was perforr
I lfJ I breath, and then begin to count as far as he
\\ild young fcape. raec of :Lmd and said with lion of shaving hoosicc
1t41 j disorderly circumstance that is worth a struggle me provoking coolness- era a \\itr.
: I can, slowly and audible, with out inflating tlungs. Yen. d
1a wltooJI.J out tom Complaint t to attain the Elate of miud requisite to do The tea's all out." A Political Rumor at Washington. is razor.
The ,
he
Lis ecconJs .
number of
ui IJY Fi6tor'the rude' IIia J11Cttef, f tnrtL'd and I so. To meet pasMon with pas&ion does no '"To which I would have replied sharplyS'by is then to be carefully noted. In. confirmed continue. rumored at Washington, that after Mr. Fill-] ":: Stop t.' S -dth* hOosier, "that von't do.. \

.Truplion, ordered :liimliis but harm. in the name of did w hat s do matter bo
he I rood The mind, when disturbed I goodness, not L consumption the timo does not exceed eight moro'returns Mr. Conrad who is pronounced .S3 f
cA room instailtl.v. Hut Harry stood I cause is disturbed you say so this morning I You knew that weak and of That razor pulls."
i without any more deeply you and is often less than six seconds. In pine ri no earthly account is to go
moving an eveladi.cd 1 I I when meets an opposing mind in similar had used the last drawing. I declare arc hence and Mr. Tennessee bold Well, no matter f dat
hear!" Antitrs I i A you And pneumonia, it ranges from nine to four Gentry a r Bah. It dJ h4n.;
Martinet
uiJj stamplier state. Tliis is as true of children the most,provaking creature I kncw.Y sy and dle of e razor -don:
foot to as of grown ever seconds. Uut when the lungs are sound the dashing man of nerve character, is to be break, do beard's bound

WG ;lvc btrDScr emphasis! tOI persons, and perhaps more so, for their rca ou'Jllu\'o to go to the store and get some.!' time will range as high as twenty and thirty called to the head of the War Department; in to come offP' .

"3 son is not matured and therefore I'm not fit to be seen in the *' she with Itis i
"Liz. nstdled there is j: street seconds. view of an anticipated difficulty Southern difficult to !

L In,. al )n"t give my it to top-cord,. out of my nothing to ballance their minds. It is also would in all probability have replied. disunionists. The subject is much discussed beautiful than the reply conceive dveb bv anything bne in afflicV mor

"G, 0 t f r this room!"tHe more true of those who have not learned, "And then I, loosing all patience, would I What is fear! A frightful substance to the by the knowing ones, who just seem to have t ton,when he was asked how hew bore it so xvelb

e. ;1"n .c give me top-cord !" from reason, to control themselves, as is the have soundly scolded her, and gained nothing really guilty but a vain and harmless shad ;iw learned that :Mr. Conrad was a Galphin i defender. "It. lightens the strobe," said lte, "to draw

my [ case with too large portion of domes but a sick headache, perhaps, for Pennsylvania Statesman. ,
JI J: our my j to the conscientious, honest> and upright. near, -to !him wto }handles the rod;







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The Sovereignty.-The Bight of Secession Letter of Judge Brajg, of Alabama.: Qtt() Itoribinn & d1ontitat. (iction[ harmony of the Collector at San Francisco,, In his Buffalo speech Mr. Webster is supposed Tour Days later fom Erp
The following inquiries were recently propounded : .y
he were
thi if
from putting Ni ,
manifest the as
have
Nothing can be more : before his nomination who, having fixed his gaze upon a scat in to spoken
to Judge Bragg, Tho
steamship Pacific
the
framed on
journals of the Convention that as the Democratic and Southern! Rights TALLAHASSEE.: U.[ jS. Senate, ii striving to reach it, enny forth n regular State paper-the F1tornl Liverpool dates arrived to-o JtLiccrpcol
States bringing t
the
that! :
than .. intends lo tneSgih
iwleral constitution, ...... administration ( BL
Mobile District: : -- tho influence \\hich LM which tho Fillmore
desired tc candidate of the the prostitution: of Colton: ITcrJ-rf. rri,.
which weio parties to it, never 1st. Do of the acts of Congress SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 185L him. What stand. Ho honev-fuggles with frcesoil and advarmcct market )h
w ield the tight of secession, nor to confer upon you approve position, as an office-holder! gives lii on 3iitthirg qraltie5
3 the to I commonly known as the Compromise the action ol abolition agitations by expressing hia repugnance the week ending the 2tliwhich sae C
light coercn beautiful
the federal jrovernmont the measures as QJ-:: The Editor, intending to be absent :i commentary upon "O' ,0 r
Stato that should withdraw from the! con I' mccullrcs-or do you regard their months leaves tho administration! to 6l"eramI his regrets that sfICUtat(..a.l exporters took
few l.
tho colimns present
his ,
unjust to tho South, and aggressive on 1 from post a f&r Orlcan3 G
and ,
federacy. The same truths are taught, l.r I that the of California has to act on it. Qllotl.a G1d ,
however people no power
rights \rI of the '* Floridian & Journal, after the We trust, Congress to 51d. JIiJiii .
which several of the States
the manner in I of his life,, -
State has the right such conduct and administer them of the history
believe will reminding
ratified the constitution. 2d. Do you a present week, in charge_ of a friend. The appreciate by STOCKS.American Securities are in ttcaii

Below are the acts of ratification bv tIle< to secede from the Union t justness of the Office will be attended, by the rebuke which it justly deserves. which has been one of uniform, unvarying demand. UJ

' States of New York, \ irginia and Rhode Is'l 3d. In tha event that n State secedes,in the from exercise the \Ir. SETII O. SFEIE, who is authorizyj} act, opposition to the extension of slavery, or the I'oLITIC.LTe political ncw by 6,
of its sovereign power, I Cotton Planters Convention. of in which it was 01 is unmimportant.Telegraphic.
J' ; linJ: Uuion do believe that the Federal Government I in our behalf. June 7, .1551., acquisition Territory Pacfc
NEW Y ORK.-U We, the Delegates of thpeojl < I has you the right i to coerce the seceding The following, Communication we take I might be planted., But still,be earnestly advises -

; ? ol the State of New York, duly eke. State to remain in the Confederacy In the .ANOTHER PLANK ROAD. The chief talk from the Savannah Georgian. The subject them to let alone the Fugitive Slave Itcn

I" toJ, and met the in Convention Constitution, having of the maturely Unite I event that such an effort should be made, of the town for several days has been tie is one of vast importance, and is as deeply Law for the sake of sa\ing tho country from New-York, June 3-10 p. Jf

r States considered! America, agreed to on the 17th dai I what, in your opinion, will be the duty of the ho project of a Plank: Road from this place interesting to Florida as to Georgia. Wedoubt ruin, and seems to think this the only mattei O'Sullivan, Lewis and Schlcssia! er, the

I, (1i September, in year 17S7, b) the (Genc-al) other States! to St. Marks. Our merchants have taken not that a reasonable d?gree of conceri in political affairs now worth considering.He .- leader of the Cuban Expedition,

I Convention, then assembled at Philadelphia, The following reply was made: hold of the matter as if they were in earnest, : action, would save many millions annuallyto cation to the District Court to :mae cli U\ 1

(A copy wereof prcceeds these presents) to< MOBILE, 26th May 1851. I ind, as they are strongly backed by some I the Cotton planters of the South, which Gentlemen says : there is but one question in this removed refused.to the The Circuit Court, but this rue .

Declare! and make known: Gentlemen: Yours of 24lh inst, propound jfthe around, there is hardly a doubt influence of such if there others, the was parties are to CI
planters lost under the just other
If "That all is originally vested: in, ing to mo certain questions in reference to the :are now country now, or b Tuesday next. i
power
and consequently derived from"the people; present aspect of political affairs, is before but that the Road will be undertaken. In. panics as the one which has been gotton uj are but secondary, or so subordinate: that. Last evening Theodore Theobald,
t ) that and leading
: mid:: that Government i is instituted by then t me. deed, there is already an amount subscribed recently. To produce conceit, all other interests they are all absorbed in neither great mate of the Swedish ship Thetiu1id

I (or their! common interest, protection and I 'fo your first inquiry I answer, that while" sufficient to authorize the beginning of the have found it necessary to meet am question ; and that that is more the Union nor. by the 2d mate for refu Im
less than this: we can preserve ashore. The murderer has ,
I r.utity. the Southern States gain nothing by what has work. It is designed that the Road shall be consult together. A majority: of the wealth, of the States, not by coercion-not bj escaped.
That the enjoyment of life, liberty and been termed the "comproaise" to which they -
extended afterwards or simultaneously torhomasville and perhaps of the talents of the Southerr military power-not by angry controversies.
essential rights, entitled-they wrl'Jl'prh'::
the pursuit happiness, are were not clearly June
which Government ought to respec ed of much which they most justly had the Georgia, northward, and to States, is held by the Cotton planters-lei But can we of this generation, you and I, rEW.YoRl 4. ,1
every The ; Africa sailed
and friends, can we so steamship to-day for Lir-
friends pre
und preser'c.II right to claim. The conclusion i is, that the I II Quincy[ westward, and as much further fn it not be said that they are incapable of or your the union of my tho United States by the taking out 120 passeng-rs, Jcrpool

That tlie power* of Government may bro < compromise measures are unjust in themselvesand both directions as may be thought best. I Kanizing a system capable of protecting their administration serve of the of the Constitution whom were U II. L. Bulwer, and 031 among,QCQ ;
die whensoever it : the of the Southern powers "
from
assumed by people majbecome derogate rights '
I undue and unnatural depres and satisfaction tc in specie.
.. list the interest against as give content ,
to tluir.;: happiness, that. cvtry States. Ozr We welcome to our exchange shal
necessary Cotton is article under it and draw us togethernot ,, Kossvlh's LileraZicn Agreed Asia
all who
and fluctuations. an ,
for. l.Te
Mons
winch i is I started at
jurisdiction, and right, To second question rej.ly-that f4 Marion Star, a newspaperjust
power your cords that the
but I the silken brings a report
said Constitution delegate! in opinion, a State has of prime necessity, and there is surely nothing by military power, by CnLh.e{ Vienna
110t by the clearly adequate cause, my Dcala in East Florida. D. McCrimmon, of mutual fraternal, patriotic affection t Thai have consented to the liberation of Koejutlj j
to the Congress of the United States:, or th i the right to secede from iha Union.! In this Editor. Published at 02,00 in advance or in the nature of the staple, or its produc is the question, and no other. and the other Hungarians, on condition that

departments of the Government thereof remains .j connection I must be pennittrd to say that in Lion, which requires the trade in it, to be gov immediately leave
'I t to the people of the several States, OJ. 'regard: to the right of seceition, it seems to 53,00 at: the end of the year. from those which To b sure, this. one question is put in .1 l they Iurop.

to their repective State Governments to whon me a singular confusion of ideas has existed. Marion' County is said: to be filling up and irned by laws differing gov. general form which will embrace every variety ,

they (the people) may: have: granted the ssms,. This has arisen from a prom-ness to consider I improving more rapidly than any other in the srn every thing else.! of political issues, but )1:. \' ter's NEW-OEIE vss, JaM 2

r And that the: clauses in said Constitution,I it a right secured by and arising under the t State, and we arc glad to see this: evidence A very little reflection, we think, woulcsatisfy speech shows: that he means the negro ques. The French editor of the Ccurierveste1.j2y
that shall not havi Constitution. I do not so'i w it. It is aright that would b<
wHch declare Congress planter! nothing the editor of the'Uniooia
f I that her population is of the sort to encourage every tion, and no other. He says truly that this I assaulted Spanish i
exercise certain :, do not imply tiaCongress t paramount to the Constitution, residing whielvery
latter. After the
or powers i lost by getting a Convention, on the office of the Spaniard
not for their sdf.pro.tection I Jomefctic. BctUes, we arc glad to see up Union be preserved not by coercion-not.
; is en tided to any powers giveiby I with the States necessarily papers. in the. can had! received several insult, he fired a piitcl
the raid Constitution ; but: such claurei; : unalienated and uaalicnable. In I hat the Argus" has found in his own bailiek ) County Agricultural Society by military power-not by angry controverfeies. \ at his but without effect

are ti bo construed cither as exceri;i-. n tc(I ; view of the object of your letter, however, 1 i'\ a focman worthy of his steel. Success Cotton growing States, would be ably represented. How then is it to bo preserved ; certainly antagonist

certain specified powers, or as inserted: merely ,. candor ccmpelU me to add here, that in my The reliable information which I
brother.! the of his BALTIMOEE June 5.7 P.
above o our new not by expression repugnance: 31.
J for greater caution! &c., judgment the compromise measures weald then be given, in reference to the extent ..
.' Done in Convention fit Poughkeepsie, lithe I I referred to do not furnish! adequate cause for Tho "Star" tells of an affair of honor re- confidence to slavery and of his regrets that Congress I Dinsmorp,Democratha3 been elected HOT. ,

county of Duchess, in the State of Nev;" a resort to the light i of secession.In :ently enacted in its town between one Major : of the crop, would give tc I has no power to act on it." The simple! letting ., ernor of the State of New Hampshire.At .'

Yo!'!:, on the 2Cth day of July, 1768. n'pl.to your last question, I have no C. ank Col. P., in which the latter fired [)IaiitCi'S, and drive panic-makers from theii alone of thcs Fugitive Slave Law will not't I Boston, the Jury in the Shadarsch rescue i iI

By or of tha: Convention. hesitation in saying that 1 am utterly opposed I vocation. Should such a Convention assemIjlc case could not agree. Ten were for coo-
I nto the air, and the former \\ilh cool com bo sufficient, but agitation must cease, am I
&4 Attested GEO. CLINTON, President. to any resort to force on the part of the in Georgia, Alabama, or elsewhere in th I\ictln, and two for acquittal. i
State that. )oEure" fired somewhere else and hit noth.'ing. the rights of the South mint be respected.Of .- Bigler has been :
John. M'lvcsson, A. B. Banker, Secretaries.1VIRGINIA. General Government to compel a Cotton States \\ill not Florida be ready t(. Cotrr. nomntd u
has determined to secede, to return into the' \ There ended the scene. what a\"ri will it be to the South that this 1 the :. candidate for Governor cf ;

being then a ---- ------ -- send a strong delegation from every County ? stand the statute bookif I Pennsylvania.Messrs. ;
Union. Eighteen years ago law is permitted to on
: .-" We, the Delegates of the member of the Legislature of iSorth!! Carolina, Tendency of the Times. Let Cotton.ilanters in the other! States move be nullified ? f Naber &: Co. Cotton dealers, faE.

1eoIe of Virginia duly elected in pursuance: : I voted to instruct her Senators ta vote against -' There is no duubt in our mind but thai in the matter, fix the time and place, and we it continues to practically ed at New York to day.
of a recommendation, from tho General 1 As. Does net the expression of his repugnance toslavery I The Constitution of Maryland
II Bill. The is towards nsuhi.clarion. new
; tho celebrated Force opinions the tendency of the times c think we can answer for Florida. She will h
Fombly, nnd now met in Convention, haling and of his that Congress has been about OOO
I and acted at that eaily day, regrets adopted
formed on l majorty.
fully and freely investigated and discussed: The opinions( of men in our day arc be there.
I to change or abandon. not to act on it, tend to keep alive the -
I have no cause
the proceedings of the IVlertil Convention,, seen governed more by I the suggestions of interest Frr/n tl'l Savannah Georgian. power

I and bang prepared as well as the most ma- When the time arrives that the the Government exercise of or the promptings of ambition than by a due COTTON PLANTERS COI; TO spirit of hostility to our institutions, and as IE-Dt G, Pa.., June 5t: .

I I tare deliberation hath enabled us to decide : can be maintained sovereign only State by in : I to the conferred the I A cotton planter myself. I feel that I may long as this spirit exists, does any one believe The Democratic Convention permanently
judgment regard upon gov
Do in tiia and behalf cf the force upon a (, my powers Planters. I will drawn by the election of Jcdge (; of
[ tbcrcon. name : I attained when speak to my brother! Cotton see that the two sections b together organized ii3
of the
:; people .if Virginia, declare! and make known, : the periodillhavebcen will not be worth preserving.I I I ernment. In the early history Republic that the democratic party and the whig party by the I silken cord of mutual, fraternal, patriotic Elk county, PresidentitLa number cf
Government
the
that the powers granted under the Constitution the a diep and abiding patriotism and a higli! arc busily engaged in holding Conventionsand *" Presidents and Secretaries. Co Win. 1%. .
most sincerely
being derived from the people of the bhall certainly deprecate Union but I and noble regard for :Ia Constitution, illustrated Mas meetings. Thereligious world affection1 ler of Clearfield County was then nominatedas .

United Stales, may be resumed by them withdrawal of thould any State resolve from to the ,Ian. ; the life and character of our Statesmen. have their Conventions, Association, Conferences No delusion could be more blinding-no the Candidate for Governor by acclama

whenever the same fehall bo perverted to theii I if any State go, my i! &c. The manufacturers when they error more fatal tion. After several ineffectual balloting for
to her would be-in the name of God, There was a time whin: the indignant rebuke
guage ; the Convention
injury or oppression ; and that every powei desire to procure additional l protection hold Canal Commissioner :adjooa-
not granted thereby, remains with them and depart in peace. I of a united people would fall upon the! man' Conventions. Commercial men in large cit. The Hon. Samuel B. Thurston, late ed until 2 o'clock. Cot Bigler has armed
what would be the duty of the re- f
at their will! ; that: therefore! no right of any I As to States in the event that tho General who dared to offer violence to the compactof ies meet & change, forming a quasi Convention Delegate from the Territory of Oregon, died : from Philadelphia ben enthusiastically

denomination can bo cancelled, abridged, maining : Union. But latterly the plastic consciences day. Why these Conventions? while his I received.
Government meditated a resort to force, it is every ,1 at sea on of May, on way
modified the b I thet The Convention re-assembled at 2 o'clock
would continue
restrained by
Congress
,
or
} Can they
rather difficult to determine before such contingency of men have enabled them to act in corn any one suppose home. His remains were interred at Acapulco .
the Senate, or House of lleprescntatives, acting I Before the actual i them if they did nut find them advantageous? and nominated Seth Clover of Clarion county -
the President is presented. use formity whIt\ a higher law" ia disregard Mexico. for Canal Commissioner by 57 majority.
in any capacity; by !; onny : Certainly they would not. At these vailousC.'nrentions
should be -
efibit( spared
I think
of force no
Department, or officer of the Unite resort to it. The States shouldrenjonttrnte of the instrument they were sworm to suppori concert of action i is produ"ctl READING, Pa., June 9 P. M.
States in those instances in whic!h to prevent a andliat minds renders this course Important from Valparaiso. -
to ( :
except I our Thy agree upon common principles, m J.1
and protest against it, and Congros arrived at New York The Democratic Convention after nomiaa.
power is given by the Constitution, for thosp2rposes I oininioas is that such are continued k for the promotion of the same C3USC.- The Empire City I
the Ex. more men
'" should firmly refuse to invest \01 dates from Valparaiso to the 17th ting their candidate for Canal Corairissfoner
.
,, ic.c. I utivc Government with any extraordinary \ to be honored and sustained in their war upon lave[ the Cotton Planters no common interest brings us I appointed a Committee who reported resolutions
We, the De-legates, in the rsmo: and ir j wo.th! consulting about? Is not ours the April.
to enab'.e it to humble the recusant I the Constitution by those who claim to be swallowed by an thoroughly national in their character,
powers The nearly up i
was
behalf of the people; r.f Virginia, do, by these single pecuniary interest in the country city
I : tlh If all such appeals proved urn-ailing,, largest the 3d of that I which were adopted by acclamation. Oaa
presents assent to and ratify the Constitution descended! from the men who framed it. ? Is not our staple'one of prime necessity earthquake which occured on I
I in of all efforts to avert it, nothing of the resolutions strongly the re-'
and the of
recommended, on the 17th day of September) I but force spite would satisfy power, then all history I In better days it was thought that written to the human family? Is it not subject mouth The first and shock caused destruction falling oJ I I of the! law refusing :tha d\'oct use of tha-

1767: by the Federal Convention for the Coy h fable, and human nature is changed i if!:: Constitutions were the safe guards of liberty,, .more !'ldlntions, and ruinous depressions many buildings all kinds. Occasional great shocks of I,I;jails peal of the Commonwealth for the detentionof
of
of the United States &c. dec.
in the
crnment property
other
Done in convention, this 20th day 01.I brother failed to sympathise\\ith brother, and l !j but we are filled with! gluomy foreLod !!gI ii: price, than any production which greater or less severity followed during the fugitive: slaves while :awaiting their trial-
the interest
world I Are we not upon
I those having common interests did not unite I the barriers of Constitution will They also take strong gronnd in favor of tEe
Jane, 1769.! Bv order of the Convention. i i that 1 even our and panic makers, operate to the tune I ten days succeding.
them. If Massachusetts: were to panics| said have been Compromise measures. The Convention after
3d is to
to
EDM. l' ,DLETOX President. protect I insufficient: the strides f.f .
to arrest how ridiculous
.
I prove pow. of millions annually, no matter
of her : Tho incidental business sine
withdraw from the Union on account the ever felt since the great earthquake some :adjourned
the slave law and force! er. What does'the! history of the pait three or contemptible the causo originating lie. The Convention to nominated Judges
opposition to fugitive the 1S22, when the city was [
RHODE rl'L\D.-u: \Vc, the Delegates o 1 her I she but that tho of the majority the panic ? And why is this. Simply be. of year of the Court meets at Harriaburj
used apprehend I might
the people: of Rhode Island! and: Providcnc<(. were againtt years prove, have no concert of action, and almost totally.destroyed, and it was the general Supreme
plantations, duly elected and met in Convention ,, I would receive very little aid from the Southern is to be the rule of right as soon is it car leave causo we interest to the protection of those belief that if the violence of the shock on Wednesday next.

hating maturely considered the Constitution \ States Fpringing; : from a sense of duty,i ; be sufficiently concentrated, and that the provisions who have our a direct interest in depressing had continued for nine, ten or fifteen minutes I '

for the United States of America, agreed i while she most probably would be assisted of the Constitution are to be bent as i We are not deficient in longer, the same disastrous consequences' An IutrticnThe
to on the 17th day of September, 1787 I I by Vermont and other States having kindred I prices. in intelgence would have resulted. As it was,several hundred glorious benefits and results of the
I On the other hand, if South]1t interest or ambition may dictate. -nor are we deficient means protect much larger following !.
[ sympathies. houses destroyed and a ": well illustrated by tie
by the (Federal) Convention, then assemble ouselves. Why not come together as others were adjustment, are
at Philadelphia, &c., &c., do declare an< Carolina secede on account of her opposition .1 j When the supremacy of the majority withj do hold a Massmeeting: su?b an one as will number damaged. The accounts t [ paragraph: which we find in tEa

make known: to the compromise, and, ifmetwith force", j i out Constitutional restriction shall have: beer:I ; section in the protection of their that during the fifteen seconds which the 'Southern Standard :

.' 1st. That there are certain natural rightsof I would Massachusetts feel it to be her duty to I' established, what guarantee have we that our interest.interest every Take our interest out of the hands shocks lasted, and which to the terrified in. I' Stray Mule Lal.Two neighbors pu'a5

which men, when they form a social compact aid her? Massachusetts all, I the suppose is, resolved would rights will be respected, or that the provisions of speculators-adopt such a system of protection habitants seemed like so many hours, the ed a piece of land jointly at tE'1 thousand dollar

cannot deprive or divest their posterity; hardly think so. After thing intended for will be observed as the congregated wisdom of the houses rocked to and fro as so many vesselsat I ?, Mr. North and Mr" South-31r. South!
. of and in our security .
into matter sympathy ), violenty
a simple The water of the ocean was SOUth
which arc th: enjoyment of life nnd ; and above all sea. paying two thirds of the Mr.
among Cotton suggest. money.
liberty, with the means: acquiring, possess tere t. I think then every effort should t'; !fiurtC are to judge of the future by the past, let us have planters reliable may information in referenceto I l agitated to the distance of 40 miles from owns mules and says he cannot cultivate l tlS

i.nj an-1 protecting property, and pursuing made to avoid collision State between that the General. I we must conclude that nothing will check the the extent of production in the various sec the land. land without them. Mr. North gives Mr.

and obtaining: happiness and safety. Government and a failing, consequences spirit: of aggression unless tho fear of the se. tions. What brother Cotton Planters South to understand that he and his chilJren
needs be left to take care of! say yon the S"
"2d. That all is vested in must i October Correspondence 1lr of 1Errell have been raised with against that
power naturally What must inevitably be I cession of tho Southern States may control shall we not meet together i Hazatlan. .A Inrasionfranz prejudices
themselves. : they -
nnd consequently derived from the people ; week Important from sort of animal,and a proviso is agsi4
Southern November, and spend a necess:1ryfor fore
indicated.I .- the action of the North. And yet or
th.t: Magistrates i therefore, are their Trustee: think I have already sutficiently I one great Central Assoi.iation, lay CritT a e.dcd.-IZ\TL\ I them by him, and he sends some children

and Agents, and at ull times amenable to remain, gentlemen, very respectfully, youi men deeply interestedin: this subject oppose the foundation for our own bring 3.- brought by r : who take possession of the whole tot

them. obedient servant, JOHN BRAGG. the doctrine of secession as though it was protection San Francisco, respecting an invasion of this and excludes Mr.South entirely. Mr.South,
own
to
the Cotton purcha ers our
seaports .
3d. That the powers of ;government ma) To Messrs. Daniel Chandler, Esqr., J. M. fraught will every political and social evil and cut off tho millions! which we now pay portion of Mexico, by an expedition of Californians a gallant and chivaliic man, raised in Virginia

be reassumed by the people, whensoever i ifchall it \Vither,Esqr.. ,and Robert W. Smith, Esqr.1Committee. that can be imagined. Deny the right of aState for commissions on intermediate sales, storage under command much uneasiness one Gen.here.Moor- and domiciled in Georgia, has soleil

become necessary to their happiness.That .- &c. Will and will the news ""papers head, do not create declared that he would resist at c'erI'
secede and that denial impliesthe you there is trouble
the tights of the\ States, respectively, to the UMle Tribune.PEXSACOLA to very friendly to the Cotton Planting interests circulate Depend upon it, however, ard and to the last extremity." Mr. .or i
Correspon'lcncc cf From the
nominate and appoint all State officers, am right, on the part of the Federal Government the idea of a Cotton Planter's Convene brewing in Lower California. appearances :1rmed-h3 tells Mr. South that .i
and : !! ,May 31st, 1851. and this of things, there is a deep feeling of that
every other power, jurisdiction right, to coerce her. nto submission, tion. compromise with him, and proposes i

which is not by the said constitution clear!; You remember a short time since a murder right in its turn implies a power resting in COTTON PLANTER.The hostility towards "Los Americanos, Should entertained one of Mr. South's mules should ever stay

delegated to the Congress of tho: UnitedState was committed in Washington: county, Ala. the Government above and superior to the by the Mexican inhabit:1nt. off and be found on tho old premises of Jr! .

or to the Departments of the Govern by a man by the name d: John B. Harden, Executive Tonritts. this feeling seek the least practical manifestation North! that Mr. South might send and tai
States which created it. And when California would of
mcnt thereof, remain to the people of the scv who was arrested in Shelby county, Ala. ll you York :Mirror danced attendance the filLusteros" of him back if he cculd catch hi; Some .
craY States, or their respective State Govern maybe interesting to you and your readers to have como to this point, what is to check the Fuller of the New have all they pretext to pounce upon his children might interfere and prevent it

mcnt, &c., learn his sequel. action of the majority, since no constitutionalrestriction on the President and his Cabinetin the Mexicans on the coast-with a view it I three times out of four and put him to '*

Done at Newport, in tho county of Newport He I was carried from Shelby county to Henry is regarded, and if there is nothingto their late tour to see the Erie Railroad may be of eventual annexation. much expenses as the mule might b vort&,

in the State of Ilhode Island and Prou. county, Ala. A delegation was sent from check it, what is this Government but a opened, and in his account of men and things Yours, in haste: ARGUS. but Mr. South must risk that. ) .

dcn 31buutionCth} of May: 1790. Milton, Santa Rosa: county, Fla. to get him the striking traits of those high worthies gives up his land, and his resolves, e a
? gives
consolidation
By order of the Convention.DANIEL from the authorities in Alabama and bring _.'r Late,and important from Texas-Fifteen rights and other trifles, for the glorious privilege
OWEN': President him to Milton, which was done. Yesterdayhe about as follows: Fillmore was the handsomest Persons Lynched.-NEW ORLKAX*,June 3.- which he had! before of catching a stY
.
Election in California.The .
Attest-Daniel Updike, SccVy. was executed in Milton! by the people without man of the company, and a very remarkable -' By an arrival at this port to day, we have advices mule if he could. "

To make nsburanee doubly rure, the a trial. The: negro who assisted him, belonging San Francisco Herald of the first of one-rcmaikable for his appearance from Texas to the 30th ult. There had 4 '

first Congress that assembled under tho Constitution to Jos. Forsyth; was also hung at the :Maygives the returns of the Election for municipal for his features, and for the dignity, been some terrible examples of Lynch law at Kissing Done by Rule.-Some yourg l bdr

proposed the! following amendment' I same time yesterday: Friday, May 20th, al12J officers which resulted in the complete and of his Administration El Passo, resulting it the execution of fifteen whom practice has doul.tles made Perc
unanimously adopted and niadi He confessed the crime and wisdom prudence The Cotton crop of Texas was remarkably -' "e
wbit'a vr.is o'clock. excitement persons. down rule for kissing. regive
ticket. Great
the a
of Whig lays
4' part: of tho Constitution : said he richly deserved death, for he had been success Webster j the I Niagara intellect-and his fine and a: good yield was anticipa wods ,

12th. The powers not delegated to the U. villain all his life. lie had twenty wives I prevailed throughout the day but will eloquence ia articulate thunder." Crittenden ted. Serious difficulties had taken place between own There: is:as much difference in kwses as tt ,

cited States by the Convention nor prohibited living- and had killed sixteen men, and all he 1 no unusual disturbance. What made the is genial, jovial, convivial, witty, wise and I the Mexicans and Indians on the was Rio i: and I am sure that I should DO.
at
III by it to the States, arc reserved to the was sorry for, waS that he was not permittedto contest the more animated was the prevailingimpression eloquent, and makes his friends love him to Grande. Wild Cat at last accounts hadbeen J ndivillua1 by every one. N'o, *!lt3e.ea'for .

States respectively l or to the people. live long enough to kill four more. He that the success of either party distraction. Hall has no I taking qualities: ," Eagle Pass. A great coa. mountain j some would give such an overwhelmed*
discovered in >
Very Delicate.-We have heard of a dandy and the negro Jack were both hung to one would have a strong moral influence in their Graham is a handsome, I smacK, it would almost deafen oce. W
but is
tree and buried in one, grave. Repentanceand prJ.cicalc. 1 be reduced to rules, ona o
<< entering a restaurat and calling for the to him. lie favor at tho next State election. With this fine gentleman, does'nt smoke or swear, and BANGOR, Me., June 4. kissing can head should :
remorse were strangers I will The
which
third of tho of t give. a
and the joint
half of a green chicken 1 pea,but President Fillmore! and said: his father and brother were both hung.- view the power and influence of the federal drinks only for ceremony. As to the particular DESTRUCTIVK FIBE.-An extensive fr ways be turned slightly to the rh.sue

wing of a ,still more delicate, if the lie I refused to mako any further confession as offices were exercised to tho fullest extent: ,and of drinking Mr. Fuller adds: occurred here to-day, destroying a saw i motion gives grace, and I (
Mr. Webster are be I would implicate heads of families the with tho Collec. foundaries, seven dwellings, three The
the New York Sun is to be many especially was this case is well known two iron cussion of the olfactory organ
of it
President only
correspondent who passed as respectable,and would thereby I The and several barques, besides a large :I.. closely and swe
believed. On their late railroad excursion, n widows and tor's office, of which Thomas I1.uJ.letKi"g is 'goes through with the motions of the glass,' sips should then be pressed the, :

,1 great banquet was prepared at Buffalo, con. leave Ho many met death without orphans.a: shudder"; was as the incumbent. "" leaving all the emotions to the older membersof of machinery. togethor, as smack you sip should the nectar o I s.

bisting of two enormous oxen that hid: been 1 cool as a. cucumber. lie repented of nothing We remember to have seen a w ek or so hi Cabinet.it," SIt -HARTFOHD June 4. kiss particularly but no on this subject b, 1eai. I Q
of hogs,
I roas td whole; any quantity: sheep in theI he I had done, and said that he would (if turned ago an extract from the special organ," the b evident from this, that Fillmore's Cabinet der kissing a part of nature and becaur

turkeys, fcc., th:1llt:1d been otbaJccd prepared leans each loose,) be as bad as ever, if not worse-the Republic? in which that paper, speaking of the so far front being content to lay his The Legislature of Connecticut had another people appear to understand the va1ti.
,
with United States Senator to-
ten elect
pans trial to a
,
same way had to make not to be such S'0Q
; I only request bo: was the .motions" on the table, are disposed to treat kiss and' the manner ia which
of the ,
cooked at
two Whig ,
1 of which contained before being to.torture. Ho said ho wished to be probable success; party day. On the Isti; ballot Seymour, Dem. had should be rendered. '

;" bnthels of the material. put nnd decently buried. Yours. very res next election, announces, as one of the elements them with the worse disrepect carrying them 105 votes; Baldwin, Whig. r Scattering with the lips gentlemen should post the fa 1

the feast, the correspondent of hung the the under the table. Of course, such "emo.tions" choice. A second was attended Young
! -f At says of success, that Whig's have wit 18; no of their so that when
pectfully. tho
crown bJ.t
" the Sun, it was noticed that neither tho Presi. "places" by which we are of course, ,to understand and conflict in its bosom, the Cabinet with the same result, and there is no it their sweethearts, they may go tb
the cabinet ( :
of partook this
""- dent nor any with member tho exception of Mr. Webtcr There is a: man in Connecticut so much that the influence which tbes "pIa.rt cannot stand much longer. What will the probability. of a choice. king. effected motion by the improved i rule. ,
tho fare that he refus- l
of ,
to capital punishment year. l'
who tastod bean." opposed give is to bo used to effect that'end-; country. do ten 1
& hit
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: ; number, were tarried to Mercer County, in roi THI tLOtIVLLX J t1B.u. vengeance fail"Of And can they be astonished atthe |. A Likely House Servant and Sezutress for Notice.

rI novtiatthrough I that State, to occopy the land pre\icnuly solected We love candor in every transaction of result 1 All I! precedent cries out in the Sale. ALL perom caving demands against the etat t( .

pFbin; a momentous pee I for them by their agent, and they were life, and acknowledge! that we entertaina negative -die' genius of empire, ;as she lies I Jt' place in our hands a likely Girl, ned about late Jonathan 0. Padrick dcctawd, of Leon

tit I?:til11eo. It is difficult to appreciatet I Iri : immediately expelled, mobbed, and driven off. high rospett for an open, candid enemy- crouched and groaning beneath the ruins of o years-can be recommciMleu in every respect County, arc- requtcd tn prescn: fhent to the'AdamvUtratnx

: ;' lI1gnitlldo or lho issues now A large meeting of the citizens was held, at one who expresses frecfy what ho feels and old Home, cries out no and echo proclaimsit -firet rate Houc Servant and Seoutraa. Sold for cr to HALEY and T.: BLOCKER within the, my tone duly autltonzed -
preKri-
of .
agent attorney
of
acreMilt no fault but want .
with degree money.PIERRt
r"'rt,{r W estimate any which it was reeolved thick3 to be just and light. But ho who, again from the towers of Troy, from the & ROWLES. Auctioneers, tc.Jcflc bed by law or this rote will be plead in bar; and

jlll There; two touted detunes, "That we will not live amongst negroes : with a mock friendship, professes a candor acropolis of Athens, and from the walls of 1-, 1861. 23 It all pe indebted to said estate, will make imcw

tlrtf1IkJ a"itu! and rili be by settled hero first, we are folly deter wfclrh? he does not possess, is indeed a fit subject Carthage. C1VIS. diate payment a above.

.' 0fII tie a. szlriisstin to [>ist wrongs as we will resist the settlement ofblacks for contempt and indignation. Under Liquors, &c. CHRISTINA PADRICK Adm'x.
mined that we
ami dis. Plarik June 7, 1851. 22 8t .
00,0; : 1 in us nn r.ltimate infamy and mulaltocs in this County to the the guise of unbounded friendship; they seek toad Meeting. O N consignment per E. Barnrrd ,_

,;>111 fC..t t ",.!.ich! CVCS iii'Hag (If the American full extent of onr means-the bayonet not ex our confidence for the pnrposo of betrayingit At a preliminary meeting of the subscribers 10 boxes Cliampaigne Cider-'+ Notice.ALL ,
: tanre' to those 1 wrongSt -, for stock i in Plank Rdad front Tallahassee 20 Scotch Ale-quarts and pints
/. a
(* intellect
.: : rcroa ccpled." : and when a towering l and exalted I 10 I/ondcii Brown Stout, creditors legatee, and persons entitled to
prLflCltC mode-the withdraw- genics will to such detestable flie 'ns for to St.: Marks River, hvld pursuant to Erandr. or otherwise interested in the cstatoof
stoop
(' And again : 6 Cherry ,
t' 1 bC" "" aJrnercu States of the South from Resolved, That wo who are here assembled die purpose of self-elevation, we feel a loafh-: previous notice, on Friday, Jane IS, 1831, 6 old Madeira Wine .I Charles T. J. Singleton deceased late of Jefferson .,
Ol" ": the freel and State of Florida are hereby notified; to
J un-W1ll eccrro to us following proceedings xrt re" others Sherry County
6 a.
:t : pledge ourselves not to employ or trade ing for him-, 'hich words are inadequate to among exhibit their claims and demand within two
!
t1e"rlil' l, anJ most )prosperous people on in I It is however 'truly deplorable! had. W: II: BURROUGHS, Esq. was appointed 6 demijohns Otora Brandy thi the this notice years
with any black or mulatto person any expreEs. a 5 Pinct Cutillun i Co, Brandy, from date, to iiner.5gne! U or will
'VH -bhall we. thootc f"it manner whatever, or permit them to h:1nn) I fact some of our greatest statesmen thus degrade Chairman, and Siflox TOWLE, Esq., 6 MeMrwrat be pleaded in bar of such ckirrn and demands as aro 4.
I.
Ire omnou, 3Ct .t'f themselves in the fond and Secretar}'. not preoedtC'l within said jwrto-1 ; anJ all persona indebted
Irwh
fig" grinding clone at our mills after the firbt of hOpe expectation 5 Whiskey, pure, .
,
FrS a portion of our political firfninisc of advancing! their dwn claims to 'fhe Chairman informed the meeting that :. 5 U Swtch to said estate, are requested to make immediate

: of the l:1t- Southern January next. the sain of ". .
Gin.ALso
| Holland
830,600 was subscribed 5
1.actlOll by thirty payment.RACHEL
I11rnt. South Carolina indil And to make! the exclusion certain, the offices of high value and importance. two JL SINGLETON, Executrix.CHAS. .

r Cor.rertu of lately reused Constitution of Ohio fobidstbcir 'TisJhus that DlI Webster, the great persons. T. J. SINGLETON, Executor. .

l doubtless: the settled Jetermmtion: of emigration there. The fiat section provides expounder of the Constitution," has nctd- On motion. A few demijohns Dickey Jonrs Brandy, from the Monicela! May 31, 185!. 21 4t

fi'jn? trie: to( \.I iJrr.w, 1 has inspireditli I who holds place Resolved,_That a Committee of six persons London! Dork, vtll Lnov-n all a ptrfrtt t'ord'al.and
mulatto shall too so high a
that come a man, upon
fctrrCr snJ hope their lends r.nd r.lliesv no negro or be appointed by the Chair to articles, conlucivetr. health. A few boxes of the celebrated Lost.
into the State. The second proudos that all the loll of fame. In years gone by he was a prepare & Cabinet <'r mUplaced a claim or claims given A.
Champitne. by
1'1 1i4 of debate of association Ruby Topaz
j,0t the Son*h ? range in accordance with; the provisions LOST
{,',.',' of lesiiUnco Contracts made: shall be yoU, and imposes a staunch supporter of t'to' Wilmot Proviso, of For sale by BERRY i ROWLES. FUher. in note (>r notes, amounting to three
die the Act the
.'ro wc; a<; to proptiety fnc of not less I than ten nor over five hundred and was opposed to biavery in any shape or of General Assembly, June U. 1851. 23 It hundred and th.rty-six olilrto the best of my reCttlleOti4)fl *
I r-r-3 2S to f-c: PfJ'it-.Y of a step V Thia however not subserving the entitled An Act for the Incorporation of :) one note was given about .\priJ.IB49, for
v.n. ,
I dollars all for : them. manner. .
'1''A \whole South \\ouKl withdraw 11111- on persons cmj:loung Plank Road Coup. nies,') to" report on Monday Groceries. two hundred dollar, nail one 00 the 17th October.
the of Indiana end at which be aimed, he suddenly recants
The amended Constitution
narrowing: down to the iiakedby recently next at a meeting of subscribers. CARRELS oupcrfma family Flour, 1819, f>r one hutinrcd and thirty-six dollars, making .
:!Ir,i u Cist cxfHJi-s and mulattos! also from his former crrois, and comes out uj on the o is all
h'' section South! Caroli- I negroes Which inbtion was adopted and the following U 3 tierces Sugar cured Hams amount total as n11)te specified. This to notify
',,. lr f'M3te; who hilt few '! from that State! under similar pi-mlttcs to broad basis of Constitutional Compromise, ((3 4 casks Shoulders, ;tr"oIJ from trading fr said notes. I will pay ten

,. 1 r.t't't fOme a wc is I thoss of Ohio. Illinois hna a somewhat tim- thing! unheard of.) lie makes speeches! persons were apjwinted Said Committee 30 barrel- Ohio Flour-superfine, dollars for the delivery of said notes to me.

r. 1, nt ,' to g 1"ia the Union. md who Iowa has calls all Union men to suppot him in ; viz : Thomas Havtvard, W. G. :\. Dads, 1 tierce bagged Hams May 31, lel. 21 St V. V. SKRINE. .
liar Constitutional upon
t. ;. ,Jtiing c J llS.ig:; for resistance. on the : pmhibiron. and D. B. :,ft' inJi!!, D. Ilogae, D. C. WlUon, 1 barrel fine Rum -. ---- -
;; : her to his efforts to right the ship of State, proclaims '
had bill before Legislature remove Mules .
lately a Estray.
IttO
-itli: lJltro! at tliio; time !ilnp.j and R. A. Shine. racks Salt.
: ? "
ot :% : he will! take
:( that
r.rt: lie! secession of outh Carolina the blacks from the State. l'ent.sJh'3. in trumpet tones no Or motion, die Chairman" added to the % Butter, Western and GoEhen: Molasses, tc, Two small sized Mules, one a brown mere mu!<%

|j\. ,:'I'N':1 l' for united Southern i'a is mount:, and ere long all the hireling; step IcltwurdAll of this sounds rcinatk- Cotiurjttee. Liquors of all kind in one eye : the other a scrrel hcr e mule.

JD'' bji riouUgo a States will have statutes excluding our free ably well. IttifkL'3 the fancies of Southern Just received by schooner E. BarnarJ An'l 1 for ?ale A liberal reward will be paid f.-r their delivery inTat1.hl'ilSCC

:dvaL '11 he (public: mind i is evidently from their limits while the Whigs and Jfubimssioi.Lt They extol his On motion the meeting adjourned, to meet low by A. IL FELKELL in JAMES T. ARCHER.
black
61 Jl'v oovinjr to this conclusion.RI8 'fhl' Un- population again at the ofiiee of the Florida Sentinel on June 14. 181. 23 tf May 21,1851. 20
the General I viitues to the skies, and land his patriotic endeavors
of the by -
woiking present system --- ---- -
- --
thC' confidence nd cflVc- Monday: < o'clock.A .
d Ml'"ii S and next, at l ,
of terms
that in a volubility phrases Fresh Groceries.
Government i3 burning us on to Travelling Trunks,
lie ball is lull i is .
attendance
; So .them people. requested.W.
: ;
the I
01 when shall be either which arc unparalleled. This is just what schooner E. Bnrnard" from New Orleans,
V iactjin. rho on point we compelled by t j U. KUIKOUGHS! \ Chairman. PER TTALICES MIl CARPET BAGS a large assort-
I voluntary action or bloody revolt to rtleare the Great Expoun 'l' desire lie is maKing ; pound Middlings, 1r'meat cu hand and for sale cheap.W. .
:"iomfc: : l ? : all! claim; ti or control over this fUt'C'mlOlmd.1 a bold stroke for the PtrsiJcncy: Sugar- T. MITCHELL.
; t the, train: laic!, :ar.U litr.e clone, loo" fnmilr Haras May 21. un. 20 tf .
it of fair.
""e with them if doubtless thinks his chances success "
I and t in Hull
to Fluency CoMer&uiion.
big population, rem: an empty llO" Beef
J action: i is oi.ly to apply l "
necessary
1\11:5, slat they will permit us to do it. But mailc the change: : Fnr.cuilllall ia barred barrel down hill, and what rattling noise 25 barrels Mess Pork, Just Received. [

t' lDltrh.kJ fc..arnltal Tree Soil It is i a painful subject for contemplation, agaiitet him, and he, in sackcloth and ashes, it makes oo with an empty carriage over 10 Syrup BARRELS No. 1 MACKEREL
i.IJ' an.l l : paperstl himself of Us misguided 5 N"o. 1 )Mackerel 6 8 No. 1 .
begins to 1"
tlic that} and mortifyirjj! to see men decendid fron repent the pavements. So also with an empty head. .
IiOU' ilcrati.g: proposition no ; fathers He (fi.tIsnssurcd the South will never -' 100 extra and superfine Flour, 6 No. 2
frt' i evolutionary dallying with a dangerso policy. When it contains but a few scattering idea,

j f't!: ,'f ::.Mvure:JJ OIl the t1.c only pl1 t f o Congress\ 'tlnow: is of(our:111. iminent, bowirg subrr.i'j-ivtly) to c:.eh suecccdiMjr as a body, take hii.i up as their candidate, every body can hear the rattle. You can alrnot !. 2 5 ca'ks bags Rio Rice Coffee, 8 4 t.kit* No". 1 N.and) 2 2 For sate brI

t' ;'Jl h) fuilhcrijin itrnkefrom the ponderous weapon of! but he hnpjs by a middle course to cone-iliate see them, when the ftllow! who carries 2 barrels White Beans, May 17.1S51. 19 S. S. KNIGHT
wl.;; il: I I
< ll\'prC'Cltl'lmy
-HMlu-n, y their insulting oppressors, and hugging to both sections, and then his chances for success such a head passes by you. Have you not 3 Big Homiiiy, .
other
because it midst induce some j jiuatltcni Fresh Arrival.
somewhat favorable.; But the North 10 lj )xrs Star Caudles,
Jl.eir bosoms the (anciful; ilucion! of are such an individual in mind's eyei l We
your
toJe to redeem its .ledge and come hOP-1 I 2 barrels Lard, E. Barnard from
Ne"
: % rfoulh Carolina.TreeU I Tho Union i is tt! o cry of fullIIis? : HMiidiate him and a large portion of the have. His name may: be Dick or Jim, Bill or 600 bu-hela Corn PER 6000 r Orleans
jiliJoi pounds Sides .
14h ; YOlk Tiibune himself I'n'um is shouted by the deluded follower: ofa South cry out against him, shame shame Joe-bnt he i is the same C'eryherc-lie wags 100 Bran for Cons, 60 barreLs extra and superfine Flour
".f the OIV ]
(; ; inch its i is He rees no hope but in a retreat. lIe therefore 4 barrels clarified Sugar for prc'crving. "
and "Uch'' p"'' J leader as inch by tyranny the same tongue, shoot.-fourth the same ideas. 5 Moss family Beef
tUi refttunn, heading a paper falls back his Northern frIends and BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers, ic. -
: 10" Fork,
l" roncei.li..tcd and made effective on his rights. upon Ho thinks he is wise, but everybody also
cOttThi'l JI nor: influenro, lhati any wngle 1 iiuliiaud endeavors in his Buffalo speech to ni."ke June 14, 1851. 23 tf 4 Clarified Stcfir, -
The Union i is the masked battery from be- thinks otherwise. Had he real know"ledge, .
i'
tta Union Like this i \i;
<:i \\ 4 ca k3 Sugar cured Haras
\ or f.pr auJieasons to his I li::,1 which the South! and her imtitu'ions are I Ii amends for the wrong he has committed.He .- he would talk less, and say more. Generally An Ordinance in relation to Horses. 2 tt fc smckcd13ee .
logically j jfmluiwu
p'e: *' saliject; assniled. Seward shouts lustily the even exerts himself to prove that he i U not talents talks but lit- 1. Le it Ordained the City Council
ly
yjiuctliinj nfier the following! fashj j i being; a man sterling very i SECTION of 5 kegs Go hcn Butter
Un'um,!' l because he says it is the oily agency only a Union: man, but a man who is for I tleyet every word tells. Addison was a {person I && That from after the passage of this 6 bags extra Java ColTee

I by which Southern slavery can be des. maintaining the Union at the expense of of this description. lie was always em- Ordinance, It thcll not l-e lawful for the owner or 10 sacks Bran,
I5v Congressional enactments, Use tlavclitii owners of Horses or Males to suffer them to go at 250 buhel Com.
Hear him
Chailes Sumncr his Abolition alii Southern lights and fee-lings. as barrasvd nY Some of best living .
: ;n" Milt's t arq iio\\' hemmed in. and the tioyed. and company.. our large in the streets or squares of said City. BERRY t ROWLES, Aucticncerw, .c.
bock imputation! forever confined' to its from Massachusetts, responds a loud Amen, I. he expresses S his abhorrence to slavery, authors-men genius and talent, have I SEC. 2. lie it further Ordained. That it shall be May 17.1851. 19

} The whites! that pres-of and clones in a-i indissoluble Union which his interpretation of the Constitution : been noticed for their paucity of words in nnd is hereby nude the duty of the City Marshal to

eDt t limits. or portion promises so much of freedom and human hibcity I contend, and have always contended, common conversation. Yet men who know i take up all Hrr-es or Mules found going at large For Sale.

tlicm hoKliug no f.:tvcs 9 \\illbe constantlypjsarj as its results. The Cuion-tlw glorious that cfter the adoption of the Constitution, I scarcely more than twice two makes four, within the limits of the City, and to keep tlitm in his 40 DOZEN Bottles, quarts and pints, Porter
theE bouudaiics and than ten days within which -
o\tr finding calculated charge for a time not more 12 Port Win,
OH': to the! Pactfip, and iutermediatepsts. Union; -is caught up by the submission host any measure of the Government to are always rattling off words, and pass for period the owner or ownerA can come'forward,and by 12 cn.'c9 Claret, (St. Julitn.) .

.way This cons.tflnt drain on our \\hitetopcliUdn at the South, led on by Yankee editors and bring slave territory into the United States, persons of some consequence. They utter paying the fees hereinafter allowed can hive the May 17.n851. 10 S. S. h IGIIT.

a1 designing )politicians, who can see nothingto was beyond the power of the Constitution, sentences without meaning and words that i I property so taken and kept by tle Marshal restored; -
I least
ill be at to natural
ei' our claimed Clothing.
excite fueling of alarm and against its provisions. That is my opine would puzzle an editor to understand.OBITUARY. I and if any Horses or Mulc so taken arc w/t
mcre.30; a-iJ! nt the end of twenty \-cars, a ion and has always been opinion." at the expiration of the time afurcsaid, it shall be the faJuanabe! BLick t re* Frock, and Sack
: my FINE
coincidence humiliating thought
be Strange I ------- ---- ----- --- ------ of the Marshal to sell them at auction and after and
Ueliiic: pojmLtioaill not more iiumert2 i duty ; !; dn. B'.uc. (freen, Brown CasLmcrettaFr
C\ than nt ( 'nt'hil; the blacks, res- If liberty be lost to us, i it will be through the This is therefore a direct acknowledgmentthat : payment of all costs and expenses,out of the pro- and Sack Coat?,workmanship of which is war .

t mined from pl'eniiyration and confined to their treachery of our own people.RESISTANCE.! blave territory can no longer be admitted Did tt her residence on Shell Point, in Watulla I teeds, the surplus fehall be paid over to the owntt or I ranted. Jut received and for sale cheap at the New

into the Union-an acknowledgment that. he County, on the 28th May. Mrs. MARY A, wife of ow ners.SEC. Clothing Store. W. T. MITCHELL.
present limitsiiil in the same time haveprcatlv 3. Ijf it furtti'r Ordvn'd; That for the services 17 1851. 19 tf
is now just what he was in years gone by, May ,
increased b number, and soon doubling Madison, Fla., June 9, 1651. his late A. T. Gavin, and eldest daughter of the late Joshua herein required to be performed by the Marshal -
-- --- and a plain proof that course upon IL Bjrd in the 2Cth of her dollar for Horse or TR. LLOYD'S' DAGUERREAN ROOMS.
age.
the whites, they will refuse to bo held year he shall he entitled one every
A Comet iJic Earth.-.\. D. has been of die '
Jlndangerlr.g the whipping
to st-nire and revolt Compromise a Seldom has a family been called to mourn the lose Mule taken up,to and one dollar per dav fur every dar T IKENESSES taken by a Sky-light connected with

lonjcr cLit"I't.ht'I libe r..ioil. by bloody a. 1712, \Vlnston predicted that the comet devil around the stump," in the fond hope 'of a more beloved member, nor has the power of such Hor.-e or Mule may be kept by him, to be paid JLJ a fine si Je light. Pictures put up in the latest

would appear on Wednesday, the 14th of October that his own ambitious longiags might be by the owner before delivery. style of the art. P.ooms over Earr.ard s Drug Store.
been '
TLi i is the argument, and can any be so at live minut; afler live in the morning gratH('.. Listen to him again : Cliii-tian} principle1', in a life of usefulness, more Passed in Council June 10. l3l. P. S. Likenesses of children takih in one second of

llind as to fail to see and to feel its force and that the wotla would be destroyed No matter what be said at the Sy. n'Uy ma ufeted than in the subject of this obituary. G. W. HUTCHIN3, Sccrctar time. May Ii. 1851. 19

The die! is cnt, and time will as surely \\oik may She! fulfilled all the duties < 'f a child, a ntcr,_an.l June U. 1851. 23 St:
by fire on the Friday following. His reputation racue Convention, or_ any other assembhige t ,:. .1 Ice Ice Real cool Ice !
Jut ttis result that will wife, with luch earnest fidelity as to command me
.1 ns. day. stieeeetlniglt.. j was high, and the comet npp arclt A of insane persons, I never would consent PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, of the cod stuff! iMivered from the lea
\I\ tile fcu\c-ljolaing :>Ut:>s continue lie: I love (.{ all who knew her. She ret from her labors, LOTs
number of person got into, boatsaind barge \ that! there should be one foot of slave territory HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, \ in the morning at three cents per potmd

latent I'nion. liut it is asked, how can the on ths Thames, tlt'inking: the water the safestplace. beyond what the old thirteen States had. and ha* gone to receive her reward. May those that 300000. by the small quantity, and two certs and a half by

"iuidra "ilofthe t.au-hc'ning! : States now South Se-i and Indian stock fell. A at the formation of the Union. Never-nev. ; remain be supportc.1 in their greet trial-the mother, Capital Stock the hundred "eiht.11 persons from abroad can

r11ae te! tnt.itorf r I Iiil answer. I In the. threw all his brothers anewtera, and the greatly bert rvved husband undersigned. Acent of the above Company. have it packed in boxes cr casks with aw dust ai re-
Drch and
captain of a ship powder er. The man can't show hij face to me, TIlE rL-ks Fire on buildings -

1; 11'IlCp.!, thiy: will! take themKlvesfrom un- into the liver, that the: ship might not he endangeied. say that he can prove that I have departed -may they be sustained by the consolations f-f and i prepared their contents to lake, on the against mor't favcrable term.. quired.Newport, May 10, I81. DANILL 18 LADD.tf

dirtU iiof'il.inllucnce'! of this daily increas-, I At noon, alter! the comet had ap. fjom that doctrine. Ho would sneak away, that divine grace wlJch rendered FO beautiful the life F. IL FLAGG, AgentTallaiaee.

i r..r fower-a power which)! will in a lcvisrg pr>atedit is said 'hat more than one- hundred and s-lu.k away, or hire a mercenary Ileep, and so peaceful the end e>f tlas affectIonate and LitLf.il June 7. IRS!. 22 Look at This !

!I ij" the a.-c.'SMon of new hirrliug States clergymen were fl'ril'd'r to Lambeth: to that he might say what a mercenary apostate wiiV. daughter: anti filter. 1 KC\f\\ BUSHELS CORN,
fro': Tfnt'p: :; oln'.idy ac"nired, !b> able to --- Stile on Monday, 7th July, 1851.Administrator's LU\J\J SOCK) pounds Sides
be -
that -
: request; proper prayeis might prepared, Aom liberty D::r.il'l Webster has become. 4000 Shoulder
n'r[;: out it? fi-.va oft-vacated declarations. :T WE are authorized to announce .J r.sSE M.
there:, bt'ingi.cne in the church esnice. People here he plainly indicates it to be againsthi Sale. 1200 'o "ted Hates,

f'> :tJ aiL'iii the Ftjeral Constitation: as to II IIi b'jliovc that the day of Judgement was at ;; principles that we should be allowed lo ROBERTSON as a cantlitlate fur the oif.ce of Tax ; virtue of an order of the Honorable J. Wavles C tierces Rice,
b Uh, tlivcry ia the L1lg. '1 he111 estiihrlia A and Collector for Leon County, at the election BY state too
hind, and acted on this belief, more as if extend our institutions. No We are to be esj or Biker Judge of the Middle Circuit of the barrels Floor

\ Govcni! r sale, at public outcry, to 20 u Perk, -
l aud Inorh i, to command the! respect and' the highe-t bidJet,-,'re the Court House do in the 4 L"1rrt-lo tegs !,.
On Tnun-uay, more than 7,009( kopl miitrep- his own despicable turn-coat policy, he Voters of Leon: in July 1851 10 and most
'iii!:. the admiration of til. willi" I To the town of Quincy, tat the first Monday Whiskey, every
abiilaon! Mj" They i fees were publicly and legally married. There resorts to the desperadoes last strong hold, FEU.OW CmzEt.s:-I now, for the first time suffer two Lt'ts or parcels of land, Iving otl ApalachicoLi thing felie that may be Vantcd can be bought at th. .
free from molettution or binhsce the bank and Sir that he has departed and the United store of S. S. KNIGHT. -
was a prodigious run 0:1 and dares any man to prove beforr for office of River, in Gadsdcn County adjacent
profit.
d from tie dominant section of the iilbeit Hcathcote, at the time the head director from his Wilmol Proviso" doctrines.We my name to appear you an States Wharf. Said lots or parcel of land to ba sold May 10, 18)1.: IS

I p'se:;! r:iio:ito make terms with the neigh.LJnfl Should I be elected, I have no hesitation in saying the of Duncan Baker, late of Gadsden
as property
issued orders to all tho fire officers in would not endeavor! to prove any thing JOUJ :. E. SAVAGE
( that it oliall he chief nim to discharge the duties deceased. ,
:
; Uejcolic!: of Mexico which her my
: County
: by .
j I London, requiring them to keep a good lookout against him, for that would indeed be a task S. B. LOVE AtTOlRMEY AT LAW
V'nb.'in the satisfaction of the pub.ic.
depail.uents be opened to the of tie! office to ,
any and to have particular the of but assert that he and Administrator.
a eJo upon vast magnitude ; we can Sheriff ex fifficio FLORIDA.
TALLAHASSEE
:: our icdundant black populaiu Bank of Euglanl1.SOIlt. shelters! I himself: beneath the out-spread wirgs : June 1, istt. 22 Ct !
( aad May to. IS:) 18 tf !
i the find of >
.1
tnt-Tprise industry outFolle. .l'J'S Commonplace: Book. equivocation, an-1 that, too, upon a subject : WEjrrc autlusiicd to announce HALEY T.BLOC1CR .
., Notice.rpHEsub. .
TLey will be able lo bring to bear where true patriot should! exert himself -Ea-jnirc, as eandiJate for the ifiise of Bacon, &c.

1 i-otic/ul: Ludred and social influence upon Ttille lorif.v.und the Lord spake to do hat every he considers for his country's ben Sheriff of Lwn County, al the election in October ..criVrhas forty likely NEGROES for*a1e, received from New Orleans per W. R. Petie* I
AtpcpIe uf N\\v Mexico and California, by I unto Moses in Mount hiuia, tnjing: speak I Jju t fnira,":Irftrooud, Virginia consisting (.f Men, JUST Tallahas,
'
i efit. Can -iic be attached to a man next May 24, lS5Jtxy .,. and Girls alo, two likely
any pr .Lti.j'y::, :1.1.1. en, ;
liicailtar I
Mi
mines end cipansi\e fields of laiw unto the children of Isreal), and say unto them, 15000 pounds Wangs and Shoulders, :
\ I who, 1 clause he Las'rn"de a mistep, would eemstresse, one of them A. No. 1, tincy girl, about bulk! Poi !
:\,adapted to our wants und to the successJu both thy bondtnrn and boidmaids, which thou regain his standing: by availing lL.;scf! of so I *: : AVE are authorized to announce D. W. sixteen years ol.L' lIe will keep an -ortment ofsaid 2500 20 barrels Mess 1

occi-jciiou. of oar people will! be finally I shall have, shall be of the hcuihcn that are I base a subterfuge as equivocation ? None OT7YXN, .a- a candidate for the office of Judge of Negroes at Thomasville and be will rell them 75 extra and superfine Flour, J I

w gjt illtl\ our Union, anu they will be I around you ; of(hem shall ye buy bondmen and I Probate for Leon County, at the election in Octoberi.ext. bn reasonable terms. 5 casks ugtr-cu/ed Uaais .
whatever. 1
ncde to fed l11llt they have in the exercise bondmaids. Moreover, of the children of the May iY!, i35l. E. D. PONDER, 5 Uugcd 4 ,
Mr. We-bster that the idea of _, his JAMES PO DE1L
sga'n says By Agent I
< '- -- .
n f --- 11M- -I' I. 5 barrel* family Mess Beef
tutultgUi-ned forecast, and a spirit of pal"atxtr.d I. strat-gers! that do so ndjourn among you o/I applying the Wihnot Proviso to Utah and J3P We are authorized to announce DANIEL June 'i, 181. 22 4t [Sentinel 20 Legs Lar, .

iiaWndi.AT' ; retitance to tvranny, them shall yc buy, and ofthfir families that: New Mexico, was absurd, because* the climate Melt A EN Y, I>qr, M a candidate for the office of Received. 5 .? Goahen Butter,

takcucxnj. .s-f. .\.__.jrt-arucablj. i -Men for thopreservallun I are with you, rhifh they begat in your land ; and country was not adapted to slave :Sheriff Leui County "t the election in Octobefnextfjf '2 tierces sti .U'-curetl smoked Bee ,,
-'- eLves ai.d their fo-tcJ Hut and they shall be jxuscssion and CASKS SIDES. 5 IwrreU New Orleans ,
po ty. i yocr ; ye Till that if it had been ------ ------- ---- -- 8 Syrup
nil too,
n < Ii .\ ry. proves authorized to JOIlK 11. : 2" Shoulder, [ 400 bulitlCorn..
what is the prol'pect i ie shall take them! PS an inhrit.anrcfor your WE are announce
!\ arc nut I necessary, this demon in human shapo"would 20 tierces (Sugar Cured) The above gt'od will be old on reasonable tcrmsk
candidate for the office of Tax Asscsfcr -
oUj them for RHODES
wrrounded aI(11l n children after to inherit a as a
you pOSe&Eion have one single indatit in 4 I hotheads U" 0. Sugar,
: "' not paused BERRY i ROWLES, Auctioneers, ta
!? -V lm:: F.? Ue birriers but the C111' shall be bondmen and Collector! for Leon County, at the election! in
: most ; they your forever. l lending his aid to those who would rob us of 5 barrets Mola "p9, May 10,1851. 18 _
\o:1J! 'f' ":'t2 king' UUa L3 our co-states of die I But over yourlrethren, the Children of Isreal, : and His conviction October nest April 19, 1851. 20 barrels extra Flour
privileges.
nud \ cst to Illt\e shall L rule above another witli i ri. our lights SO Superfine Hour, On Consignment,
flhliro dt'l.rornJlll'' nvaet our destiny bt.ull.yu not one that it Was a country not tdapted lo the introduction r v-We ;authorized and requested to ahnounce 20 kegs \rJ-t barrels da For sale W Choice Liquors '" aIIah:1ssee."

IJck ; of Conpeu our I gor. of slave labor, alone restrained B. F. ALLEN, E q., a# a caiu'jj-ite for the t&cc ofJadgs June 7, 1851. 22 S. S. KX'lOfiT.A BOXES; Cabinet per
1'l1pUJt'j'Jn i is Ruby" Champaign
Q'lJj.x, i the light) to <>x- What asks the New York Mirror, the 10
say ha nil timepassage
;-a2i1 .. iUl th.dtie' I him from extending Iii: helping to t>f Pr bate of Leon County at the election inOctt.br 6" Pale Sherry
t mao. and ,/ constitutinal Beechers, the Paikerp, nnd other divine fan. of thof-c damnable acts, which have next.To CARD. 5" Brown *

o the rro\i ions mJ I"gilai\'e enact inent flies to the hrJ\.c" Word of the Lord "- robbed us of all, and given us as a palliativea ------ Keck Spring Water Cure Establishment, 5 Otard Erandy. 1842, dark, .

part t of nianv, of tha States; Thof-c men, who follow Seward, appear to :1 law for the of fugitives from justice the Citizens of Leon County. MARIETTA, COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA.C. 5 white
our recovery "hdj.
Ita ctoiJ'l1r.3Df'Plwd:1t.C's me refuel a home law 11llcr! than the Con titution." Will -a law which is totally insufficient to l::?;- I respectfully announce myself a candidate for COX. 6 5 Demijorjw" pie lcn IIenae.Dock Brandy!y wel11mow"n

tli4.forcro uidl't.! TJ.tJ :1'( to IJl st nt lib 11.Y. they aKoappe-alto 1 a higher dian that enactedby meet the views of the South. the office ri Jni'gc t-f Probate for the County of Leon Dicky Jones a perfect Cordial,

denay tlC; &tf between rIaii with US, LJ 'Lich means the Almighty on Mount Sinia I The pie- We now see that the great man of the at .the lcction. in October next tabU'hment DR. Cox's, for HrrnopATnic the cure of Er.tBLISMZT.-TLas iWaos by cold water cs-, 10 boxes London Brown Stout,

kLib, charicr the races, Minilar in sumtiou i is that they will. North has boldly avowed that his voice shall M\ich 15, iPol; JESSE ATKINSON.I. located at Rock Spring in the environs of Marietta 10 Scotch Ale.
aud iik The above Liquors are such as can be recommended
-
-ljic.neeiI1
pting inado for the been meted ouring the currect The location
bo raised effort -- --- ---- --- lias year.
up; a1d end ,B blood assd I \Vhat J would (]).-If I were possessed of agaiii every --- I mountain is to the public. The best ever offered in tWs market.
KVnnesaw
;bUf.tt"r AU d the of That wo of the South "" re- . F.-A Rt-gnt Meeting I Ii near the base of the one
extension
XtThnatiiiIi' of one or the other. the most valuable thing in the world, and was tlavcry ii) 4"? |lf Leon Vdse, No. 5, L 0.0. F. will be I 1 1of I the most romantic and salubrious that can anywhere BEHRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers, &&

'r' ,. i. the t01' l'ct of those for whomfo about to will them rway, the following wouldbe muEt fall into an insignificant hnnorlty is scL-! .";4t1f.r- told! at their Lodge Room hn Tuesday be found. The buildings I imd baths are all new, MaylO.l85l. 18 .

Jliany (If 116 churKLcd my plan of distribution ; evident The prejudice against our institutions : : evening, 2 tth iiif-tant Membt-rs are requested to be and contructed expressly for the purposes of the institution. Real Bun Mill Rock.

'honl we a fond aflcction, and' I would will the woild (and the rest of is too deeply rooted in the North ever in allwiiU've for the purp x>c of paying Quarterlydues Dr. Cox, the proprietor, is a regular graduate FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill Rock, 13 by -
Ln TT are so fooliJily anxiocsto remains and the transaction of the business before the in medical science and with some fifteen years'practice A
1 1flioa. truth and to be eradicated ; and it now for us 20 incIte size, for sale at coot and clr.r"cs
ld tratige fatuity I They mankind) friendship, which are >cryrcarce. to deteimino whether we are to throw off the Lodge JOHN McDOUGALL, Srcretary. } cannot be regarded a.1a tyro or adventurer' Newport, May 10,1851. 18 D. LXIJD.Flour by'.IIIL
rajy ta "tea) and entice fron us June 14,1851. 23 2t [Sentinel in the art of healing. If there be value in cold water -y"
(J1? l'tj.c:1Y. away I I would give an additional portion of truth yoke as it were of a burdensome despotism, -- as a remedial agent, and it i is too late to doubt it, Corn Bacon, &c.
nl.r meet stolen I --- ----------------- ,
\1CJ In". ..1 our negroes 1 lawyets.tradets and merchants. or willingly become the base minions of a relentless Quincy Male and Female Academy. the people of the South can now test their virtues, .
.ums, antI xu'lco" them to their to of to similar institution TIlE undersigned has jtu t received direct from 7 Jew

tQIl&'J UA II UC8' and make them comfort I would give to physicians skill and learning.I tyranny.For next session will commence on MONDAY, withoutthe in_ the necessity Northern St&ies.resorting-3fUUdgtviIle (Go.) an increased supply of the followir ,g ar-_ .
bate the TIlE *
b'PJ'; 1 by would give to inters their pay. our own part, we Compro. 7th, at which time it is expected tLat the i860. tides; .
pi Union ,
Federal Auyttat
tec7Jn. Hut if their nun.v acts of caro and at- To gossiping women short tongues. mise in every respect. It gives us nothing, new Academy will be ready for the reception of the 31, 18 1. 21 4t* 60 bbls. extra Flour 40 do. ) !?. Port.,
rl'tling xvii
tlf ldnd, though mistaken humanity: To young women, good sense, modesty restoration of die Constitution to its Efficient anti faithful Teachers are employed in the Notice. 4 bags Rio Coffee, 1 cak l orter.
entire I
Ltl c.-00 lilcrt.v, nod seeks for them a i and natural teeth. an Nsveral DejmrrmontA, The Institution 1 U provided settled in 1 barrel Lard, 1 do. Lard O'iJ
of the Union. vrho has
subscriber permanently
dissolution
In tIle To dandies original purity, or a extensive Chemical Philosophical and Math. 20 kegs 4 casks Shoo ',
midst cf those inlaJuei' young pprouls, or commonsense with an TilE to tender his l' ,
: BO intensely
tccd i little cash and hard labor. Daniel Webster has played the fox. Ho has cmatical Apparatus well selected Library, and n.. ee, begs_ permission profCIIsional 1 hogshead Sugar, 4 barrels cl' e.ld
welfare citizens of this and VICinity
he the .
is met cold I services to city
by a The in the box fcccf 1 tierce RJ
all around the .and Cabinet of Minerals. increase 1 Tongues
: equivocated valuable .
The To old maids smooth faces little and good compass instruction the Piano Forte. lIe will {ce
law in on
of the State forbids and giving
determine die number of students from abroad having rendered it. 6 i bbls Xa 1 Mackerel 2 dot No. ..
Ctery social husbands we must now or never course call at the residence of either in town or in ereI.
Lift fcelhS! and kind sympathy of the necewarr that incre ample accommodations should be persons 2 dozen jars Brandy Peaches,
erto Jciflowin8 heart of the To bachelors, love for virtue, children and which we are in future to pursue.. Do the provided new buildings1 for a boarding house on a the country. 2 rnrreU Monongah WU.kr -
negro-steal.
rit i wives. North for an instant suppose th tVe will extensive plan than the former one was, have For term, please apply by hote tn the undersigned, PIt FRUIT PickeUSmpS .*\ .

talel BI, and tto master is compelled tn surrender those rights, handed down_ front our been more erected. and arc now under the charge of theFrindjiaL stating If one or several scholars; and when in the asuaHy found ma Grocery f **." every ffii?
fl! charge back into servitude, or send Poon Dr. )ud. country. the distance from town, as the price of tuition favorable ore whi l d> I offer fort
tie VET MAKING )IA:y HICK.- forefathers ? No. Let them not be astonished Wnrd may" also be obtained with several ale on terms as a' nl

to Liberia, where they are most rclucl son received between four and !five thousand if, 'in our indignation, we assert our I rc-pccUble families in the place. The price of board will undersigned vary accordingly.Thd has also. made arrangements with city. Call and see for your l\"a other house ipta&

Lt Us examine.go.VLat is the cudcoce of this !- dollars as a present for his sen ices, as interpreter rights, and determine to defend them to the varies ticulars from respecting t3 to $10 rate per, of month.tuition, For&.further see printed par some of the principal manufacturers of Piano Fortesat _taylO t_, 1831._ _18 A. U. 1F.LLNjj

Ohi0 during the English and Burman war, last extremity. Ours is not a spirit that will luch may. be obtained by application to New York, Boston and Philadelphia, which enables -

aciltu. for instanc. j is the hot-bed of fan. die whole of which be placed at the disposalof tamely brook insult, or bow in meek submission catalogue N. IL STEWAtfT, Principal him to effect any orders in this line lie it" likewise COOPERS & VfW .
her large die Board for Jane a 18S1. 23 8t the authorized Agent fcr Messrs. Gilbert & Co's exctllC" II WRIO CnES WANTED-
tracts of "C'a: and UnOC' Baptist missionary it Quincy ,
purposes.
to Depend ,
our we ordered
,
oppressors. Upon All instruments
tlIl1ed
jEohan Attachment Pianos few
of above trad tope.auf / a gnoi*..Qtk.
territory an iniiting field for the He also received nearly fourteen hundred until kit foothold shall be delivered free of men ..
tl1lancipa will never yield our For Hire. through the eubscriber will any oas add wthinr; t(,, -f if steady_ .I.trj.. ,
I.v dave, Can he go there No. : dollars for die memoir of his tecond wife, slide from beneath our feet-until the.last and Washer until the risk and in good tune, at the residence of purchasers. 1.. wortbui lor for rf'. ...na bl.pay. It would
rate
U'
Cook Irooet
a. few ,
FIRST
years slnce'' the which with self-sacrificing devotion he also C F. BAJITII .- fi or ow/f"I! to emertain a thozht.vi
A :
14, emancipated lightning of our power shall sink harmless Janruiry next .Apply at this Office }*-'* coming to '

of Sonq Randolph, four hundred in I laid upon the alter.. a rs d died a poor man. upon our enemies, and the thunders of oar June .r, JM1." :. 25 U May 1'7, ISGI.- .-19;, a--etltlt -nwtfi* _,.:. L ,b110, 18 1.. H'NEWI'Ol1.. '
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Amendments to the PROSPECTUS Toivle & Myers, Florida, Atlantic, Central Ilnilrdnd I rgal tbvtrtir1utnt
Local Dentlit
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OK FLORIDA.He er THE hand.ind are new rpceiv'irg.a new and Taflae, riori

SOIL OF THE SOUTH. HAVE sortment of GOODS, eonjutii-so' State of Florida. R in the new bcd

.Jepe1b Fifth General JlnemVy. find pu5- THE uaifrignrd! ,a Committee of Publication en Gold Lever Hunting Watches, LEON CIRCUIT COURT IN CHANCERY. ate154 of the o5t e5
is hereb'rivu that, on the 2d Monday be inh1ie
:;jFujin purtnanfe tf.irtitlc XII', Stcticn 3, part of the Moscoee and Rudl Agricultural Gold Anchor Lever do NOTICE % wk1.Un1esprof
W. Checver
next, in conformity -with the provisionsof William engaged.
Silver Lever Hnntirg do September
of the CoiutUutitn.y Siciely, respectfully invite public attention to
the Charter Books of will be opened
Subscription rs.
: Silver Anchor Lever do
the folio lag Pro pectu4cf a Monthly Journal,to be
Lapine and do at the store cf Jlr. Thomas HayVard. in the City of Ellen A. Brockenbrough, widow and adminittratfixof Flour
ACT to araead the Eleventh Chu e of the Fifth? published inihucily, under the auspices of the abe common deceased ,
Tallahassee, under the direction cX the undersigned William H. Crockenbrough. Lucy
Gentlemen and Ladies Bo Pj>
"f ib1 Cnnstifaton ct this Slate atul also named Association. nnj ?,a central as- 1 60 BARRELS best tunflr Flocr
Article antiC
; Committioneas for Stock m the Florida Atlantic, Brockenbrbuch, Arthur S. Brockenbrengh.Thos.W.
of Ear and Finser ,
The woik will he de-voted fa the interests of Ag ortment Ring*, Geld Guards and 3 casks Rice, '
Bitl An Act of the Twelfth
to amitiitry Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, Gold Silvei ulf Central Rail Rood, and remain open for thirty Brockenbrouzli, George L. Brockenbronzh
i icultui e and Horticulture,Domestic and Rural Econ- | { and 80 barrels Potatoes
Claafe of tue Fif'h MticIe1th. Constitution of
lava when will S. Hawkins and R. Hawkins, his
Pencils,Gold Pens,GoU and Silver Gold only, they btcced.. George Mary
Under the' several heads, will be included Spectacles' 5 firkins beat
jhi;* Stale aaJ adopted bv the Third and r.tarthO orny. e ; RICHARD K. CALL. wife, Thomas W. Erockenbrongh and John W.Brockenbrongh Goshen Butter
Sleeve, Collar and Posr.u Buttons, Silver and
all that thecuitnreof Crops, the impiovetnent -!, ,Pearl, Landing from
concern Brig Uranus
General Asjftiiblip- to the lliection of and for ul
so as give ( RICHARD HAYWARD, i infant children of John W. Brock-
Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles fins
of the SoiL management cf the Farm, the ,
Jazri In the MCNAUGIIT
I'e04)1CQC1iON Fan, Silver and Buffalo Combs. J. O. ANDERSON. enbrough, deceased Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth & OiO
Gaiden, the Orchard, the Flower Yard and thehlnosekecners March
1. Ttt it ennrJrJ ly the Senate and Champlin Newport, 22, 1651.
WILLIAM BAILEY V. Maxwell, Simeon Mivwell, Margaret -
Department. In their connexion Also, French Mantle ClucksTable Koive Ti ,
Jffttte of Rrpreifntatif* ej the State cf Flotidain Sims widow and administratrix of William
Trays, Piated and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea ROBERT LYON. ,
with the itcrets cf the Soil, the other indusMial
- Grneral ittm!>Jyevurcncd, That the Dc'r- I \V. Sims, deceased Martha Mason Sims, and Far- CCBYRDA
ith Cla euf the Filth Article tbeCon tiiutioaf Pursuits nf the land, will receive their appropriate Spoon| Plated Spoons. Forks, Cr-am and Soup Ladles May 17, 1S51. 19 a g as.
I Plated Waiters, do.Tea Set. Castor Candle- ish Carter.
.1 tho Stair a-.d alro aa Act entitled' Aa Act to attention. South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. -1 T appearing to I he satisfaction of this Conrt.by Cr )ckery, Gjas and Stew ware
sticks, Solar Lamps Silver and Gilt Girandoles.
The Soil of the f uth" v* ill be under the editrial "- Hardward and
njend the Twelith Ci'iufe "f the Filth Article cftn Cutlery.
AliO.fine double ban el!led Gun Shot and Game I affidavit made in this eaue, that defendants,Arthur -
?,
fupeivi icn if Phsrles A. Peabody, E'qr., and BUSHELS just received from Charleston, Nail Ac
| Onnrtitu'ion ol thi State, eo tbat the 3ui, es of Castinges,
r' e Circuit CmiUsbali bold their otfltcs fn the Ccl James M. Chambers. Mr. Pesbody ha*been forocar Bags and Fh ks.fine pocket Knives, Porte Monnie, 4.-,0 via New York.per schr. Mary Howard, put S. Erockenbrouh,Thomas W. Brock'nbrcu&h, April 1?, I51. u

of instead cf beha4 connected with the Agricultural Prr* and Pout Folios, Violin, ClaroneU, and Flutes, fine Razor up in tierces of ten ulieU i each, and for sale bv TSiomas' W. Brockenbrough and John W. Brocken
l-rm eight ,
years daring good infant children John W.
*, Strops &.c. brcugh, ol Brockenbrongh, :
** rneuah1y (tmsuikhed a? a Practical and Sciei.liEc BERRY & ROWLES. t Co. have
be and the aiat-ndwl jus
sarrie
are hereby, cz ali deceased and Farish Canter reside cf the State CC.BYRD
Best t and sorir.ent of cut
quality general Perfunerv,
Cot Chambers is of the
Farmer and Gardner.
ore it
read fohosvs viz i May 17,1851. goods, such
That the firt
at : o-i Monday ___ as
| &C..C. TOIVLE & MVERS of Floriili,beyond jurisdiction of this Court,but
and fuccessful Planers in tie Stiuth.
I most inteili ent Plain and Embroidered
jaiO.loier, in tli year o.e thaavan 1 cizht hmdr To Land and other Claimants the United Slates and that defendants Grenadines and
Seplecr.cerOS, 1550. 2S Bounty In ; Lucy
able of
assisted Contributors
They will be by an corps Be-rajes Tissue Latrrw
and
.
tiii'J fifly-lhree, and on the Srtt M v t! i> in Ocr'( ; r Beraee Delates.!
!among the pi actical Farmeis and Planters of the OLD!ERS, Volunteers Drafted Men, and the widows 'rockenbreugb, George S. Hawkins and Mary R. Muslin and Lace
i is thereafter and
therp hall be elected S Capes
,
very year by Un-ler-sleer.
Land. Just Received, and children, fathers mothers, brothers, and l wkins,his wife, Margaret Champlin Sims,widow da do. Cult
and
t the JudietatCtrettils
M quIifieJttertvio1eacbo( CoHan.
of this Stae one Jnd respentve e r.t the CircuitCwt Each number will contain sixteen paces cf quarto 1 DOZEN FLORENCE BONNETS, sisters of those M ho served in the Army of the United and administratrix of William W. Sims, deceased, ALSO-A fine aMortmnt of Ladies
and Martha Mason Sims reside the ard ntu;
siz< printed with nw tnpe on superior while Ij China Pearl do. States.By beyond jurisdiction "
paper, j Shoes Para-r.U and Ladies
which lie ,
who shall resid: in the Circuit for Silk Umktlba/!
of this Courtbut in the
t f tiecJarleJ! nd eontinne in office for the terra and lnrr.i licd to subscriber at ir.e rzte cf One Dollar + Lace Tuscan do. a late act of Congress, tie officers anti privates, of Florida Western Circuit oi the Gent E. ,ta and Shots of a rarktr of SttU

I 4"x year* from and *tter Ihe fiuit day of Jinu2rytI4t per annum, which taust be paid in idtirce.fjjj 1 Albion do. or their heirs, of the war of 1812, Indian wars, Flo- Stale :Ordered April 12. 2851. U >
It is That said defendants
Post Miners are authorized In 1 White Chip do. rda and Mexican and therefore le-
wiretedifiK bis election, tnkss ooner removi-d act as Acents. war, all who have been engaged -
and they retain in their hands ( 4. French do. j ii' the ice i'f the United siding in the Western Circuit tlieState of Florida.
vter the provision* made ia thi* CottktiJution for nay wenty-fne percent sen States, are entitled to PREMIUM COTTON
tie removal elJadjw by addiecs impeachment : of all subscriptions cdleeted by then, or if 1 White Pamelia do. bounty laud according to the term cf sen ice. appear and answer the Bill cf Complaint filed in GINS.
they pefrr it, a >f the Work vCill be 4 a' Lace and Chip do. his cause within !wo months, and the defendants ET. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietors
cone tbec
AtxS f ai tvilfol cexiect ol! duty, or other reasonable ; ; sent to All who cerved in the war of 1812. or any Indian .
I one twelve mOnt!.< *. tovill remit 1 French Lace do. ." esiding beyond the limit of the State e.f Florida Cotton Gin Manufactory.fcjTeth,
gratuitously >
rmm, wtoi'cn sha'l not be ufhient ground 1rr im- any \ war since 17l nine rnontlw.arc entitled to 160' acres
within four months from tie date of the inaction to announce to their
do. publication pat ions and
four with fuur dollars. 1 Crape the pijT
l eacbio nt, the Governor *hal1 rcciorc aiy c.f then names of land, 4 months, 80 acres ; 1 month, 40 acres. If
JIis of this Order, Ihe said Bill will be taken for ters generally, throughout the Cotton
Flat or con-
cAll: Communications cus! be a Lre.sed1 1 es ,
n,ibe i4de cf t-.vo-tLrd of Ihe Gnr4 post they have died leaving a widow, cr child under ae,
tily: Pfmiled,ktncevtr, That the cause, or causes J paid, to Williim H. Chatr.beis, Pulhsher cf "Tit 6 Wens and Boss China Pearl Hats, they are entitled. TInse who enh-'te to serve fur tested again them. gion. that they aie prepared to supply any uv..
4. And it it further Ordered That of of their celebrated PREMICM Gi.\s.
20 Palm Lcuf publication
do
Soil cf the South Co3-iir.bu Ga.
,
*k*U be elated at leugtfa ia such tdJrrss, and enter- twelve iAoutli4, or during the war with Mexico, are
his Order be made in in Where these Gin, haie been
fine Panama some published once used
1 do
VAN LEONARD CcmroitlceR. newspaper itwejrj
,
*& oa tic Journal ol each: And provided,f tart hrr, ) entitled to 1GO acres of land ; six mouth, 40 acres be
; Tallahassee week for the of four months. deemed for the !
latest once snace unnecessary
Molctkin a
A. WARE, S cf 1 case stjle do Manntactnrentgtj
Tnat the ktsali be itotiSed the and if served in
ClFC. or CiU*' 1, to they Mexico three mentis, extra
C. pay. J. XVAYLES BAKER & a word its their favor, a' they fed confident sZ
BYRD ,
J. E HURT, J Publication. Forsa'eby C. .t CO. Judge, .c. li,
indd .
be nr.uxed
Judge > io : and he shi] Le If they be dead, the widow and children, if anv. are chines have been bronht
Ccluiabu Ga :; IS5I. 10 3m April 12, 151. 14 20th March, 1S5I. t-> such perfeclidn.tu
April 20.
admitted to I heannsi in h is own defence, before any entitle"I ; if no widow or children, the father if neither A true copy-Attest. their superior perffirroar.ee will
vote fur gjch removal *hal! aiJ in such cam, the mother and if all be dead rccoffiiEeadiini
paw; the brothers and ,
ir to all other Gm
NEW CHEAPCASH CLOTHING STORE. Bonnets, 6.c.UST OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. preference now inns*. FMlj.!
t'i.ibaI1bettIenhy ie and nays. en ci tin Jora1sof each Hiuse, T received a g"i on : r(1)et1ey.Sec. at time in service are entitled to tl.e MiLIier
T-crnr b-.s .I Jlivcs Spriiip and Summer Bonnets, Saw and any pay. March 22, 1551. II 4m and are unacquainted ith their rrpttaiioaiLePrg!
2. Brit further eneeltd, Tnt! idtk-cfion milE opened a rcncral CLOTHING The nnilerirne'l i- in <. =ei..if.n of all the
p neceFary *- priefors need only that the FIRST
.15 cik! Lint! Hats, Getit. Boys and Infants China say Prnmnai
&:all b.-Condoctcu, and the return thereof mad?, in and FURUISHINU ESTABLISHMENT one Jenny and ii.f'>nnation requisite to obtain these
ajiors State of Florida hare been awarded to then for the
Gadsden
'IreWltsnw n w prescribed or wLh may hereatter j door South of i!<."*rii. Ix-wi t Allies where Le i now Pearl, I>efrh Tn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hat", French land warrants. The land and due coMier -- County. BEST GIN
t hibited the State Fair
pay r at held
lie j recitb d by law for tie elect:'.n oi ntemHer loCoocre opcfiin? a woll tinted sortnior.t c-f superior and| Sprigs and Wreatlw (white and colored) 4 and 6-1 their frienJ-j v.illm\ procured .Middle Circuit of Florida-In Cfanccr great at A-Ianta/Gttrl
promptly by writing to also the Alabama ami
gin at
** kiwi U *'i t11 be the duty of the Gorernorto (tfLionablc READV-MADE CLOTHING Fuited tot xrhitc ind colored Fl<*>r Matting, Fan', l.Ta(1l5 PaI' rue. Terms moderate. All letters nm t be post paid. SPRING TERM, A. D., 1551. and; Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus Gecrgia Agrknlfmi[

i ae a cuutrn, aT d-r the eal of the Sate, t the fe-"s.'n. oon';i-u.m b part COATS. VESTS and ra.olltt t and Sun Shaded, Pfimct Sa.-h. Neck and 2?- Pension cLdm* attended Archibald Nicholson ; nd at tie
c. promptly to. Complainant, annual Fair of the South Carolina
loth peiswifece-ivicffthe li !hc.t rutr.bei of votes [ 3 PANTALOONS.
in the Judicial Dittuct jti which the election i trlule and f: ncy c i4cir.J SIIIRTX all qualities; Siik! j For sale by HEIR i RUST. May SI, 1851. 21 4t Washington, D.,C. James Nicholson and William rs. N. Avpritt, Executors ceived Chaileston.the first The Premiums Cotton pinned at the on exhibitirn fate Cinir ifldij
'
b*& M thin and C' UndeT-rfjrt Knd Drawers A prill' 1851. 15
t t ton ; C loveSlIi.rv
cf Malcolm Nicholson,deceaed.Wile Eli Charle lonSonth Carolinaard ,
w- a Fair
Sec. -3. J5e it fw&rr fiiarled. That wbeawer every whir,
Bi'k! ant 1 Linen HindkcrcLivf-:!;?, SamIIKT -
in, Administrator the of Arabella Cotton them
Superior Liquors. A Great National Picture on estate Blew- sample of from hare been eibibtid
the Genera! M4'T11y $h11 crease a sppar *te Suj j Tic Su-M'ii.Jtr Money Belts, ShouMtr Traces
itf.'decease-d, P.nrrell Hinson arid Mary his wife, The Proprietors have in their
C ort, ir < oust nnd.r the rvi TJ PIPE superior HOLLAND GIN, possession untnnrns -
Chancery PurePock.t WASHINGTON
jifcae f j jtorwol B.N.ks ConiJ*. Iiru'hes. Ac.; TRAVELLIG !Ij'roin et a!., Defendants. certificates from Planter, Cotton Erctm
I'inct Ca'tilhVn
n" JL i Brandy, ,Cctn.
tbw CoasJ *uti ib-reof
il.eJodj;** shall : TRUNKS. CARPET BAGS and VALIfES.
,
j Slufirft Just Ccl'iratfd N affidavit, it appearing to the satisfaction of mission Merchants, and Manufacturers
u 1iraVie., J'ainfiny. rf
be e' cted ia 1 hr tuanner provjdtd in the fir "jon UMBRELLAS: tojretht-r with a large a.vrt- I extra quality, O Cntrso
j Wine HIS and the Court that James NichoNon, William F Coix., testifying that theperfotmar.ee of the
Port Gin
flf1hiL.z1 and feh ii hold their i large Magnificent Full Length Portrait
offices for tl< pure
iiame ; DK-nt Of Hats, Caps Boots Shoes &c. nil of T
,
Averitt. and Blewitt three of the and the
Wiley Defendants t hem
Jerm, and he ubj ct to ail the prcv i-ions of fiid ilatecliuo \ wbiJi wd be sdd cheap fir ca--li. 1 LbL Irish \Vhi-key, a very srpcrior article.In of WASHIXCTC.V, from the burin of an American samples prrducexl by ,cancot ben-
: Prat'tdtdhoumtir, TVat te Ja.Jpfs of thefiuoreme v. T. MITCHELL. store, and for pale low tvCEO. artUt, U cciii-i Jt red by all who lave seen it, to be one in said Bill, reside out of the State oF florida and celled by any Gin ever manufactored.

Court liall be fleet td hy genera! Ticket : Tallahassee, llav 3, 1651. 17 tf IL BESTV.'TCK. of the rno>t beautiful: speeiniens of art ever publi-hed, within the limits of the State of Georgia : All orders for Gin, given either to cur trayetr;
// Ordered That the said James local fnmarded the
M Nicholson to
,
nod lite Jy
le ticket, or b> District*, as the Leiitte Printing Types plate i is eighteen by twenty eight itiehe which will William N. Averitt.an.l Wiley Blewitt.appear and mail, will always receive prompt attention. Gin

(I1tt. Notice.ALLpersmi mate a haiuUaaiepicturefor the parlor,and should be answer said Bill of Complaint according to law, will be sent to any part of the country, and mr-
iiT A RE rarx soil at BKICL'S Nnr YOEK TTPE FOCN- otherwise the same shall be taken pro confesso asIo ranted to give satisfaction.
Sec 4. Be it further tnaeted. That should a iu the hands of American citizen !
every
| j ,.ti at the fillira-mg low for creditrrs, and legatees, entitled to them : JOS DUTTON, .
prices Agent.Cclnmhus.Ga.
Vacancy recur iu euher the Supreme, Chancery, or j pay very approved It i< a correct copy frrm Stuart's celebrated
otherwise original
rr interested in tl e estate Provided. That of this .
6b mohths'note* : > a copy Order be published February S, 1551. 5 ij
Circuit Court, bj denih, rwination ) Painting at the State
retrio\a ortber now Ilmix.- hartford, Conn.
of Th J. Tosned Ute Jcfers./n Cnan-
ias ot
week for the
I.c.inan. once a snace of four mouths ii the
Title. &c ffiadfj rfcFk. .
ie.it haU be the dtty of the C 'crnor in < It Li finely engraved, and
ty, Floiida, deceased, are-hr-reby n.-"rteil! to exhibit printed on superior plate
Floridian ii Journal Notice.
,. lh. 30 cts.. 2 d. t'O ct3. a newspaper published in the
writ electi-.a In fill irh ad heiiall .Icr
(Mae a t> r ranct That it l be within the
of all the
thoir claims and dpmaid wihi.i paper. may mean
Small Piea,. 32 . :;o . : two jearstrom this city cf Tallahassee within this Circuit.J. .
S3
'
,
Icatt da undersned .
notice lIE
{: give at pisty ; !t.erof by pro- date the under&i put'li-liT la- reduced th- priee to One Dollar! having mna e cne new arrat.ment
to <;:i<< r.ir the tC.e will be barred WAYLES
; BAKER.
ritiustio'i, ;.i the JuUgc to elected to fill such vacancy Long t (o i 100 and cAll r ,ns remitting tie amount Judge. JL in his business, reqoots all pervciio.
all indebted? said deceased j
in Bnureois,. . 3; . G6 ...1C.Rrevier. persons to are re- may rely JOHN ERSKINE, .
eluli continue dice (rom the time he qnaljfie receiving debt d to call and settle up. In future leviilteepno
a by return ef
make immediate mail
questrd to inert to sr.lVi.zed upon perfect copy to
paj Solicitor aid of Conr. el f
ray
. . 'under ;
nis 120
c.onimi--i jii, nhtch fl.nll beiesuediramsdiaUlv - e.f the Inite-d State" books, but sell his goods exclo'iTery for rash cr
Ninirzi, .. 4 . 4 . ajrent and attorn-} WILLLAM BtTDD, at M- nticello any J i' (carefully put up on true copy; from the record :-Attest,
aft< r tl>e Una! canias ol the *otc bywfeicij 182 xvho is authorized roller made fir the frte of produce, and by o doing he will be able to *Uil
settle the )
lully by me to purpose po-taire.
i Noncl, . S .100 . R. C. LESTER, Clerk.
Isis return ddemiincd : Provided,however, 150 said es-tate. Aedrcss all orders (post pad) to the publi-her the lowest living prices which fce pr aissfp do,

Tfaat ehould it become necessary to fill any'uch vacancy Agate.. . . .1o ..IfcOPearl MALSY A. TOAVXSEXD. Ai'm'x. JOHN S. TAYLOR, March S. 1531. 9 4m and requests old customers and others Tti'tirglo

before an election! can be h1d l under the ptoVttso ,-.103 ICO .220 JefftT'on B.x keller and Publi-ler buy low, to givehira a call. He bason hand accd
CouitApril! J2, l h51. 1-J 3m State of Florida.
o1tti Ccni1u1vn, the Govcmors.al! ] have Diamond,..160 250 . SCO 140 Nassau st. New Yjik. assortment of Shoes, Haf. Caps, BlanketsCotlcn

the power to fill sucb vacancy bv appoin'mc-nt, ai dJb A libi-ral discount for cadi in Land tt the date ofj Bounty Lands and Pensions. May 31, 151. 21 St MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LFOX COUNTY.IN and Woollen Gocd.-s&c., fcc-, f/r family and plaati-

per on *o appointed shall hold tuc
dftte ot his ConTh1i,1 until Li* successor fbcll be There arc now ca the thelvcf, ready for pale in vaI I JL J"MinundeiM"ied,having made arrangements with Summer Clothing. Archibald Bni ar.d Ann Euiethe wife( of said Arch- January, S5I. 52 AMOS P.ICHAKDSOX
a competent and experienced Agent in the City
iti1y elect I'd and cnji.'ad.SIMS. ] I HOBS sized foctn,
of and with CLARK has just received from New York, ibald, and John A-, Daniel G.,Sila P., Elizabeth,
5. Be it further tnactcd. Thai The second 70, appro\fd ai.d requ-ite forms, will attcr.d to the col- general orinrient of summer clothing of Mary Ann, Margaret, and Frances C. Buie, infant
hection of*ai *cs in emend tht- twelfth cla-j-secf the 40,000 B,
Fancy tyI.n. and which children of said Archibald and Ann Buie mouth after date, I shall apply to the Hen.
Constitution liction f-f Claims by powers cf attorney for Bounty every variety siyle, will be sold on the SIX
thi
of Sute and
adopted bt the thud 4,000 fi Script tnJ Running Land. of the cf Irs
Probate for
Land Pension., and Claims fcr Losea ai.d Services most reasonable terms, at the well known store on T3. Jadze County
ond fourth General
Ae etnblie a* aforesaid, be ar.dOiB 8.000 !b Gcnnaa Council B. and for letters of final dismission Administrator of At
upon Ihe United States Government. Monroe St,. formerly occupied by Clark JcStillman. Allen bi wife Susannah Allen, and as
same is hereby abolished ; hut it is hereby provided ,0Io $i Ornaments OILcers and soldiers of the war rt 1512 of Also a fine lot of Cloths,Fancy and Buck Dr.e- kms, their children, Finetta Sheffield and her husband estate of James Blacklidge, late cf said Ciualjde
or
that the General
shall the <* any
Afserobly 15 ft
by concarretit X) Type metal Rule.
hmarettes, Col'd. and WHte Brvan SheffieldWilliam H. Allen. Allen ceased.
vote of the two Houses thereof, at its I -A of the Indian wars since 1790, aretntitled Dour,- Dri.iing, DrspT.fe, Joseph ,
next Lra.
ft flr.le.
.
White and rsdille-J.Sjtins Jefferson F. Alien, Laura C. Allen, Susannah Allen EDWARD BLACKLlDGFAdmfr.January
Fancy and
ly Lands under the late Act cf Ccngrre*. For Fancy Silk
which ngnli; session, elect 8 iir.e perron tr. fi.l the vacancy Pw w CLaRA CsfC "Wood Tvpc Ink, At, furniLed vices rendered, a moderate coinper.saticn will ser be Vetin5, whirh he is prepared to manufacture in John C. Allen, and Thirza Ann Allen, and 2", 1551. 3 Gn
will !
occorby ofte term cf otnce
espirsiicn i iif ct the lores aanu either for
actnrcrjriccs, charged, delivery cf the warrant the amount such a manner as to pirate the most fastidious. Daniel McRaeny.
thai J-uJge who! timy draw he two > AL' O FT appearing to the satisfaction e.f the Court, by
collected. D. -
P. IbOGU
herein 1cr the above protisioru d--ir-d cf to'&id'ne ctcond aboii ]scciton ied.Toi'H ufaich is A larger number of new fimt Lace ben added to C;. W. HUTCH, INS. Ajfull oiment cf Shirts, Drawers,Kid and Thread J. affidavit made in this fa e.that Finetta Sheffield months afler date, the ondemcned will pre

C ) f.sncT.-Paed the tLe FocoJtry during the past year, amor. width is a March 29, 1S5I. 12 tf Gloves, Collar, IUl-Hrse! Col'd. Mualin and iilkCrvz and her husband Brvan Sheffield, d> tot reside in SIX his account and vouchers to the Honorable
Senate
Ly the mtitiiaun.stRAi. ; majoniy; December 13, 1SOO. ownplrte afscrUnuit &f German both plain aud or- ?*, Hdkia Eocts, tc this State, but in the State cf Georgia, so that pro Judge of Probate of Leon Ccunfra Admmhtnia

Vasnd the House of narnentalSpecb.cn Sight ExchangeO April! 5, 153!. 13 tf cess of subpoena cannot be served upon them: on the estate of George W. Ylarrel, late of Leo
Repientative* by the Cotuti- Books are Ireely given to all Printing It is therefore Ordered, That said defendant', County, deceased, and apply for a final disclurs*
t1iuu4 inajriy1: Deceir.jfr :3 165U.X \ NEW YORK SAVANNAH and
MACON
Ofncea. ,
Just Received and for sale low byJ. Finetfa Sheffield and Bran Sbeff.eld.'apnear and from the administration ct said estate.BENJAMIN .
Printers cf wlio clio fur sale, iu sums to suit, byThOMAS the Bill of
Newspapers c to publL-h tlundvcrtJ answer Complainant's filed in this cause BYRD flm't.

[ 2.] =eme-nt, incluiing this note three times before J. PERKINS M. WILLIAMS, vilhin four month fror.1 the first publication of this Fort Ffans'mrT. Jar.narv 13. 1SSI. 2 Pra

AJ ACT to aten4 the Seventeenth CJatwe cf lie the Itt of August 1S51, and send me one of the papers October 12, IS-'iO 40 Agent Marine Bank. 1ANILTiA and Cot Rope assorted size,. Order, or said bill will be taken for confessed against

FiUb Arlicic nf tlie Cor.sJiul! ol ths State. will be paid for it in Type when they purchase Iti.Shovel-, Spades and Axes them. Notice.

SECTION I. fie it cnncid ly the Satate and (r'rn me, of niy own manufacture, selected from mv 2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Weeding Hoes Patent ditto, J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &c. months after date.shall make pplicatien I It

Jfaucof Rfprttenlatiyctof the State of Florida 5pecimcn five times the amount of their bill. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Bake Ovms Pots Spiders A true copy-Attp f, SIX Honersible Judge of Picbate in and for lbs

us rrti'ral Jttem'Jy conci-aeJ, That the Sevenleemfa GEORGE BRUCE, "nUILDINGS, Stocks! and Cotton in Ware-house Old and Young Townend's Sarsapnnlla. OSCAR A. MTERS, Cleric. County of Jefferson, for letters of disoisi'on tit

Cause! ct the Fifth Aiticle of the Cor. itul'u IS Chamlim t-trect, New York. 13 insured against less bv. fire. Trace,Fifth, Halt r. Breast, Stretcher, and Log March 22,1S31. 11 4n discharce as Executrix of the last will and tisia.

n of this !atebe, aid the same is hereby, EOuaeaded May 31,1851. 21 St LEWIS & AME Chains meat of James M. Hart, late cf said County, dre"!

( as to read as fcllowsi,
tw one So.icitc"-" r cacb Circuit, who shall reside Notice.QIX Knives and 5 6m
>inc Needles Percussion Cap, CHANCERY. Jefferson County, February S, 1S51.
therein, and aha1! elected by the fjiiahficd voters months from this of ettcli Circuit, on *he rt Monday in Oc'ober, in Paul Ulmer, Executor cl John A. Cuthbert, dec'd.
,_
) Judge of Probate of GuUden County for letters (ronsERLE CLARKE It KTILLMAN.) Cut Nails Wrought Nails Horse Shoe Nails W. G. M. DAVIS,

it* year one thousand eight l.undicdand fifty-three, of dismission from the administration of the estate TTAVING .he intcret of Mr. Winilvir and Cane Seat Chairs, Willow against ATTORNEY AT LAW
red four 'ears thereafter, or at euch times O. j purchased : Wagons, James Gadsden,Eitzwilliam Byrdsall.and the widow ,
every a of John B. Burr, deceased.M. ISA .Li Stillrran in their old b'i'ineM be Backe ts Tiib'. Plains Sieves, Trays Brooms
can aM will
Jhe General Assembly law and and heirs of Joha A. Cutl.bertdeceased. taken his abode at Tallahaaee,
rnsy by prescribe, np;
A. BURR, Adminitlrator. found their Pita.li, Sal Soda Iiidi.tin Glue Mailjor HAS
,
; ; at old stand on Monroe street, DLrtncr,
Ash receive for his vices in the Courts of the Middle
be motion
set u compensation to of and it
Complainant
fi* d iy law.* Gadsden County, January IS, 1S51. 2 C'i where he \\ ill receive in a few days from New York Kis.-on's Miperiur 5 R Tobacco, Rail Red Snuff UPON affidavit satisfaction, that dcfer.daMs appearing and nf Franklin and Jackson Counties.
tiny
one of the moat complete soitrneiii! oi Rio, La uv ra, and Java CuCee, coarse t fine Salt
Heady* < ,
SEC. a. Be It further enacted March OO. 9
That such elections Southern Mutual Life Instance COET James Gad Jen and Fitzwilliam Byrd all reside be- 9.
wide Clolhin Adamantine. Star and
any and fiinthmen's Fancy Good* Spe-rm. Wax Candles
cUnll be lu-iti jtid conducted, and the returns yond the limits cf the Stale vf Florida, the in
of I-otuBiana. ever off red in this! market. Also, a general a-nit. iV-xes Brown Soap irio! fr the Toilet, one Valuable Plantation for Sale.
ibcr of tnade in the -ciri'> manner as i is now >rcferib been South Carolina and the other in New Yorkso
d by law, or may hereafter be prescribed] by I|.JAVIXG| i'pointed Agent for the above Gun. inent of French, Engtih, and Jle/gian Claths, Green t lllk. Tea, Pickles, Lemon Syrup, Claret, the ordinary of this Court be served that PLACTATIGy whereon the late Jhia a
piul-. dectiung it uinitce sarj to oW-its the flack and 1'aney tiiieikins nid C Black S nla and Butter Crackers. I"iie process cannot THE
ixwiurt, < Cheese
oaf
J a v, fur the electiou oi mcu.bcr to Congress from and > Apple them : formerly resided, in Leon County.
lbi State. importance advantage cf the mutual iiurueeI ami Ftgucied Ni/'r, Satin, Cashmere, and I'tlcttlrt Bacon, Lard, Flour, Mackerel, upon It therefore Ordered, That publication be made I Lake Erie, containing; 450 acres, of which some!00
nnciplcwou'.d n jK-ctfulIy solicit th consideration linga, which he is prepared to manufacture at Loaf and Cn'-hed Sujar. with the usual
FITTH C criy.t. AcfEUSLT -Passed (he Senate of the e.f Tallalii good as- for four months in a newspaper published in Tallahassee I are i-U .r.ed, and under cultivation. On the prcmisefL
citizens K-c and vicinity. Any inforraatiun the huile-t notice and in the most approved stLe. Mirtment of articles in the (Jorxls diI
? Dry
CVinilutMti3l
comfo.-table Dwe1n House,
Decenibcr ; frame T
> raajorlt. 31, 1P51. relative to be FloriJa, requiring said defendants Gadsden I a _
Pined the llou&e ol Rir| > cntatives by the Co&sti4utiooal it.ciin obt'ort' tJsubcr&ber. The community generally are repectiulv! requested Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, anJ Brdall to plead, anwer, cr demur to the Bill I ces arv out h.>u.'.e ttc. This Plantation VM'
rf. b.'i .V tu tuu exatmn t,, stock before purchasingeUowhere. : Coach and Domestic line. 18
j Trimining *
tBjority, January 6, lbil.OmcE November SO, 1 850. 47 tf of Complaint en or before the first Monday io Sep many'advantages,as it adjoins the pineyTonca,
TalUI'assee.Ocloler I 2, 1SZO. 40 Room is *'
required to t numerate Fancy Articles. tember next : the ranee u very good for cattle and hrgi_ 1 ***

or RrcRTTAav or fTATr, ) lUST received aijtl for tale by 0. C. BYRD & Co_ (Conclu.-ion next weeJf.) Pioddcd, A copy of this Order be duly published port and GeorgC* Plank Road will pass lia**

TaMafitutfe, May 1 1,31. 5 J 10 bbls. No. 1. Mackerel JOHN PRATORIUS, April 19, 1651. 13 for four months, as herein directed, prior to the said 600 vards of the dwelling, and I think vDl go on W

I.CKAEi.r.s W. DOTPKI&C, Socrelary r f State, do 20 bbls. Fine Flour. [OF THE LATE TIKM OF nULL & rRATORICS,] first Monday in September (1 51) next. line>,"or through the whole length of the Plantsl8;

Jjureby certify tlie foregoing to be true and correct 20' tacks Rio Coffee. Clothing.low March 29, ISSI. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A and when thin Resid "a completed,which M nxte *

copies cf 1bc0riH; al Acts on file at tny office and 10 sacks Java Coffee. *43, "I VV OULD inform J"' friends an-J the public received a general assortment of Gents and true cony-Attest, tract, to be done bv the 1st of Jannary. 1311*

) newitb published in pursuance rf the provision ofIbeConHilution 1 tierce Riw |I B that he has liken the store lately ecupiedIf Ii Boy Spring and Summer Clohins. For sale C. G. FIFE, Cleik. Plantation c-n the whole line of the Road wfll sup

relative to Air.cudmcutK and Htu- 10 l.bl. BiovuSugnr.S J by C. IL B'mnl and ljoininif the store lately low by HEIR RUST. April 12, IS.51. 14 4m it for convenience, tc. It is now offered &r***

PlOD(>f the Constitution. bbs! Crushed nii'l l Powdered Sugar occupied by Bull t Pratoriui, be v ill be pleased Anril O. l tfl. 15 bargain. Person* desirous of purclasinff. "iU r'r
C. U. DOWNING, Ktcntary State.Uay3 to attend to the call and wants ef tho"e who may bo In Gadsden '
; Circuit will sbo'
COOO bc t Panatilla Scgars. Court. call: en Joseph Chairea, Era, who f flind.
disposed to liim in las hue; of ba-incFR. Corn Oats and
IMI. 17 Cm patronize
Hay.
April 12, If 51. 14 SPRING TERM 1851. For terms. .tc, apply to me at my
ito has received the late arrival clmce and ,
by a
BUSHELS white Corn Fort
Fla
heavy Stranabury
,
For Sale. THE TRUE MEDICINAL wrlt-icltctrd supply of Cloth, Caxinerf, }'cttiny t 500 2
-A LIKCLY nro GIRL, about 14 years of age, COD Fancy Gowl; alto, a fftitcral amortinent if 50 bales lIar, 50O. JannarylsI851. 0

/ V. QSM] to plantation %ulI. New Yuik acceptance LIVER OIL KEA) Y-JLIDE 0TUIXO, Now landing from BPR Uranus and for sale bvJIcNAUGHT Charles A. Egerton.E .

taken in pa*\menl. U SFFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, All of \\hich, I flutter myself are equal in style and i ORMOND. T defendant and all others interested in the Notice.

April 19, l51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. GoutRnPumatismA<.ihmaBronchitisCouch*, quality, and tjiiite at chsnp as any others that will be Newport, March 22, ISSI. 11 above suit, will take notice of the commencementthereof nPHE nndersisned hereby give notice that thtjr1

and all diseases of the Client ard Lu'igs. A supply ftirjid'in this market He will give particular attentii and plead to the same according to law. 1 spectivc offices will be open for the tow***

Just Received.nrsunLs ol this valuable medicine iljust received, which is m to liW Inif incss, and IIUJK-S he will merit a liberal Notice. A. K. ALLISON, official business, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every diy, -w

coiiN warranted pure, and oi very superior qualilv. patronage from the public March 22, 1851. 11 Attorney Plaintiff diiv'a
lflflrt For sale QIX months alter date, I shall apply to the Judge excepted.
S &tf by LEWIS & AMES, Nosauber 23. IbSo. 40 tf O Tlie and of regularSXld
10,00" pounds May 25.1S50. of Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement necessity propriety
20
C.OOJ Si oulderj Tallahassee, Fla.A. Notice. hours of business in offices
and dischargefrcm the estate of Hardy Shpp- public are
j 20 barrels Flo'ir, r. JUXWELL. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. ant, deceased. E. S. SHEPARD. Adm'r. -t\A LL person indebted to die estate of John Fergu- law and usage, and are too obvious" req

20 '1 Pork, u. D. rArr. T lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and Gadsden County, January 11. 1551. 1 Cm son, late of Washington County, deceased, are ation.

2f MAXWELL & PAPY, fifty ounces of Sulphateof Quinine, which they requested to male payment to the undersigned; and C. W. DOWNING, ecrt'S Sbste.

10 IMonor.phclaVliislcy.! ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and Pork. those having demands against the same, arc hereby JOHN BEARD, ComptnKtr- *

Aloalarjje supply il every kind rf Groceries, TAI.LAIIASSEi, TLOKIDA.FcbniPryS.l&Sl. they will warrant it to l Le a superior article. 0 BARRELS Mess Pork landing from Brig Ura.- notified to present them within the time prescribed by W. R, hAYWARD,
fcitl trill be sold low lower than We hare and Medicines 0 law or the thereof will be iwrmL Pv1
at cr at prices enlarged our stock of Drugs O and for sale by payment I). S. WALKER, R'9R. -

nnjclher houe in this place. Call at the tubrcri- -6II. -- by recent an ivals,and are prepared to execute nus, MoNAUGHT .t ORMOND. JAMES M. LONG, Qualified Executor. S. HAYWARD, Clerk S p. Cii?

btx before pizrchaairg ecLtre.pri1 BRADFORD orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 "Washington County, May 3,1851. 17 fet February 1. 1831. 4
19, 1Sil. 15 S. S. KXIGIIT. on the most accommodating terms. _-_ _

Booth.S TTY ATMaditon We have also a few accounts yet due to us forth* Cofiee, Sugar, Soap &c. Notice. Leon Female Academy

Court House, Florida. year 1S40. They are generally in email amounts, months after date, I shall apply to the Judge Trustees of the Leon Female Act*"?JJ

1 DOZEN Pair oftroc-ks Pttcnt gfcant Boots.ApilS .anuiuy 18. 1651 2 tfin but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go 19 SACKS COFFEE, SIX Probate of Madison County for letters of dfs- THE method of informing the public ttJ
I 10 barrels Stuart's yellow
IW.1. 13 JAS 11. G2313LE.! towardsliquidatingccitain hich Sugar,
A sums t we owe mission from the administration the
PIECES PLAIN STRAW MATTING, LEWIS & AMES. 5 Pilot Bread, of the estate of have opened the above Institution, under !rLtenJence

Plov/s. IU 5 M Colored do. June- 8, 1550. 22 6 Crackers, Daniel Flinn, deceased. of V,'. P. Connxcnjiv, of South Ci7'which

XL f\ CAST Svi teps ia ate, sn.1 for alc at low For wile by C. C. BYRD i Ca 70 boxes family Soap, March22,1851.SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Adm'r. Institution will afford all the
11 6m
2,,3tP rate JAS. B. GAMBLE. April 12 1651. 14 New Goods. 21 Kuperlor Tobacco. Jic, Jic. thorough and refined education. We bop
on such a footing as to obviate the neC'
JVprilS, 1851. 13 Landing from Brig Uranus and for sale byMcNAUGHT
Spring Goods. OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of
Law Firm. Fubcriber is pmall Britania, and Bright Metal Ware, Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 SIX! months after date, I shall make application Term per Session cf fire J5i
opening to-day n invoice conitbtir.g in of Tea and Coffee Pots French the Honorable Judge ot Probate in and for the
part ,
BEARD & BREVARD practice in co-partner X of Dress Good*, Bonnet Ribbon's, Florence Silks, Collee The First Claw, in which will be taught all Je jg
Filterers. Pitcher, Candle Slicks of different Bacon Lard &c. County of Jefferson, (for letters of dismission and discharge
all the Courts eif the Middle Circuit cfFlorida. tc, vhirh he tiffi-rs ut low branches of an English Education w jj
very pneea.ApriU
qualities,Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake Boxes, as Executor of the last will and testament of
Office in TaUJuiieee. 1851. 13 JAS. B. GA3IBLE.r"PHE CASKS Bacon Sides, Greek, if desired.
Cannisters, and u variety of other articles, which /I Ebenezer FoUora.late of said County,deceased.All .-
JOHN BEARD GeorgrAP1lcArithmeti
2 Shoulders, Second Cla*+ Spelling. Reading,
the/ offer for sale reasonable
on terms. herein interested notified
persons ,are hereby ac-
T. W. BKEVARD. Spring and Summer Goods 10 barrels Mess Pork Natural a"
Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin cordingly. HARDY MOORE ; English Grammar *

February 1. 151. 4 IfS TUST received a general assortment of Spring and Ware of every description, manufactured here by 25 Flour, Jefferson County, December 7, 1550. 43 6m tory, Composition, Ancient and Modern li *

Shocs.1 J Summer Goods, to which we invite the attention good workmen. ar.d at fair prices. 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, tory, Recitationa,

ADIKS: nu.l GenIi Rubber OrrrJjoes,just rcceivtd. of bi)cr? before put chasing elsewhere. Lead Pipe,Sheet Lead, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern 15 Wluskey. Notice. Th irdcl.-speuigReading.Writing.AZ'

L : JAS. K GAJ1BL11 Apiil lt>. 1 b5l. 15 hEIR. RUST. Pumps fur sale. Tin Roofing, Gutlerinz, and Job Just received per Schr.Barnard, and for sale by IX months after date,the undersigned Administrator metic, Geography, History, English Oram-Jjj()

Work executed faithfully and with (lespalcli. McNAUOHT A ORMOND. S of the estate of Walter R.Blackburn,will mar, 10 $

_- 13 Boots and Shoes. T. WHITE & CO. Newport, March 22,1851. 11 sent his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate pre- Fourth C7 -Spelling, Reading,Wnto'

Hat$. 1MNE Sewed and Pegged Calf Boot; Con- September 21,1850. 37 tf FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from Music, lG
French -
TTCIR '* RUST ore now opening an assortment i a'- grew, Calf, and Kip Shoes and Brogans. said estate. TilE
J.J. of Spring and Summer ltiLt'( cl the very latc iApni Just opened and fur eale cheap at the NewClothing For Sale. (IN SIC!!? Or THOSIA8VILLE, GEORGIA,) ELIAS LASTINGER BY

!'!" J9, IfeSl. 15 Store. A LIKELY and nl-lc ncgroe fellow used to the PRIVATE BOARD, all things included,at f 10 per February 1, 1851. 4 6m January 11, 1851.

W. T. MITCHELL. Turpentine business-to be sold low by the sub J- month. Travellers accommodated, -jrithout Li -

Blacksmithing'MiIEundel -. May 3,1851. 17 tf scriber. H. S. KNIGHT. yuor,a heap'chcapr than Cotton Notice. Brandy.

ignc repectfuUyinforms 5 19 sells.P. P. SMITH. CASK very snprior Brandy.
-5-- 1851.
April 15
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months after date I shall the Hon B.
J, the public generallv (lint, laving CHARLES W DOWNING, January 18,1861 6m SIX Judge ol Probate, for the apply County to of Gads- : April5,1851. 13 JAS.

ewiplojwla nupeiior Hoisc Slioer he i ito Now or Never. -
2 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ---S- den for letters of final dismission Admin-
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tuw execute all woik in that line in a to be bought of the imme Superior Green and Black Teas. istratrix of the Notice This.
Tallabaxsee, Florida. BARGAINS subscriber, estate of William McGriff, late of

,LNrIt gz.a.nuu, sad on usual terms. F. Office at the Capitol likely negrocgirls. Approved New 3 CASES eupcrior TEA, -which can be recommended. said County, deceased. I: HAVE on band at this time

PAYNE.Junc2JW 3f- 10 If York acceptance taken in payment for i.ame-cull on BERRY & ROWLES. SARAH McGRIFF, Adra'x. fair price two families of negroes.

). 25 If March 15, 1651. April 19, 1651, 16 S. S. KNIGHT. May 3, 1851. 17 Quincy, December 21, IS50. 50 fcn April 19,1551. 13U












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