The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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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17t;;: 0? TEAKSGKES30ES.EV be taken to prevent all exciting causes.' With taking cold, through imprudence, the susceptibility feelings, and leaning her hail upon the breast BIRTHDAYS.BT From the Cincinnati rparieL

care, your daughter may retain her health! had become so great that tho slightest of her husband, she wept and sobbed aloud. SIRS. L. H. SIOOCKXET. How to Draw the Sinners.

T. S. AETHt'K.n until she pass over the most critical portion dampness of the feet, or the exposure to a The infant was brought in by her mother and Bright blrtlitlay. in the Lappy home I Several years ego we were a resident of
in the life of every one with such a con&titu- light draught of rir, was sure to bring on a Lid ITT her arms, when she had a little recovered And tender love prepares north-western Louisiana, near the confines of

.. nyt p oat tG-WIt) Amanda. The lion as her's-that is from twenty years of I cough or hoarseness. Her nervous system, I herself. Fon.l Hat sifts dwelleth to peae! on the it* precious. child Tesrts. The people there, as a general thing,

I ) 't* a1 c damp, and the air is loaded age until tbiity.tive.Vithout great care and I too, was sadly shattered. Indeed, every indication I (), m y' baby my sweet baby !' she said slunvercth o'er the Uoomaijyauthscin prayers.It were not much given to icKgion.! A young
,* *Jtl1'1'' prudence, during that time, her constitution j I' presented foreshadowed a rapid and I with/ tender animation. 'My sweet, sweet I s and tokens Direct, itinerant preacher happened along m the

; Mn, I flU&St go.' may be shattered so as to set all remedial efforts premature decline-cons-crjuent solely upon baby! I cannot give yon up !' And she And Lows )s.fre the hoary Lead neighboring district daring this dearth of reli -

h fl.a! there jl* u necessity for your at defiance.' her thoughtless imprudence in earlier venTs. clasped it to her breast with an energy of To pay an orTerimj meet. ion, and set about charing the walls of

.' V t;.;, |.;irU ; and very urp ,\ "j, ml! i stay at home. Your cough ttcanfort's anxious enquiry. Amanda one day, as a faint sickness caiuc her pale cheek. And Anna, dear little girl! To On distant'winded! wroll hil ll! fly poor. Not over half a dozen could be got

|? iJ.'c-; < iu?, and a little exposure Not dangerous, Madam but still in a con- over her, compelling her to resign her dear Where is Anna ?P she akeel. -ncath: realms a foreign t>r sky stranger; clime together_ at his Sunday meetings. Determined -

". !u- i it! ,'rmaneney. Yoa know that ditiuu requiting care and tkili to prevent unfavorable little babe into the arms of its nurse, looking Anna, a beautiful ciild a few months past Or hear that love o't-r ocean waves however, to create an interest before leaving
: -u, :.I''>IT you iulte.it a predisposition consequences.' up at the same time so earnestly and appeal- her second birth day, was brought in and lift That fierce with aiiijt; 'f frown, the neighborhood, Le pr. cJreJ priit-d
: ... (.: .' lungs. Then elo your best for her, Doctor.' ingly into her mother's face that Mrs. JJeau- ed npon the bed. Which many waters cannot quench, !handbills and had them posted up in every

,,..!'i .-.ty tluit to akirm me.* Vou can rely on me for that, Mrs. Ueau- foit's heart was touched with unwonted sorrow 'Don't cry, Ma,' said the little thing, seeing Nor all their LUluws drown. conspicuous place in the district, which read i:
!1' ( iLl, I know your conptitu- fort mod morning.' I and tenderness. tears upon her mother's cheeks, 'don't Tie birthday '.f the dead? Be sure to the following effect :
1 With a heavy heait the mother returned to | 1 Amanda but I'll bo ? That F.icred date to kwp; Xofice The Rev.
i i -a ir 'V fatally the exposure ota hope so, : was replied, in cry; always good Religious Mr. Blaney
sick and
.t i' i.i.iy effect you.* I the sick chamber of her daughter, and sat } u tone that, though meant to encourage, con- 'Heaven bless you and keep you, my Send And portion dry! th* to- the that p;>or, will preach next Sunday in Dempsejr's Grove,
i M .]p) 'up warmly, and, put on ray down by the bed-Fide, thoughtfully, for a few ( veved but little hope to the! bosom of her child !:' the mother sobbed, eagerly kissing Wrap garmtitounj the\vcep shrinking form, at ten o'clock, A. ax., and at four o'clock, p. ar., S
: 1. : moments, while the 1 hi Id Amanda's hand, that child. the sweet lips that were turtifnl up to her'ss : lloaio.- for j <,. 'hfl Sml, Providence [erniitting. Between the senices

:i.: :...\- 1- caution, if you wiHjjo out, was hot with fever. Then recollecting h herself Kvery time little Anna mires I feel ?o and then clasped the child to her bosom Li a And bid the li"M of knowledge beam the preacher will run his sorrel mare, Julia
i!.i* 1 wish I could persuade you she left the room to prepare the stimulating sick and faint that sometimes: it seems that I I strong einbrace.I Upon the darkened mind. against any nag that can be trotted out

: i K i l hv ifi?. You know that the ; application that had been ordered. must give up. A ml yet the thought of lett'cig I The childicn were, after a time, removed, Spread wide the rae that speaka of God; in this region, for a purse of five hundred dollars !-
.. .'. ; .iy of transgressors U hard.? i: lti is remarkaMe! how
.: '! ..- ho' you will apply Cut: t9'i! sympathise! with one iUcnsed part The other bo=5oni than mirfc makes me fainter and j still upon them ; and with these thoughts Or western far Liberia's strand, o't-r ; This hail the desired effect. People flock

: I Is ; .raus ussinguo liavof dhinel 1 cold which Amanda bad taken concentrated Hfker EtilL! Can nothing be done to help me, were Sv'If-reproaiih, that made her pillow one Give teachers to tLe! pruirie-child; ed from all quarters, and the anxiety to seo
l i its arrive effects upon her respiratory organs, Ma.' of thorns. Shed Lone o'er roth forlurn; the singular preacher was even greater than

: : *.., .- of tli it, Amanda.* j but it was felt also in every member, prostra- 4 Ve must see the Doctor and consult with [ 'I now sec and fcel,' said she, looking up Sjak kinaly words to earring. hearts the excitement following the challenge. He
i' Li...! ."isi1 J you nun: j ting the whole body, and giving a sensation him. Perhaps he can ilo something,' 3Irs.Heaufort j into the face of !her mother, after having IainI That feel the sting of -orn. preached an elegant sermon in the morning, t.
: i ..dJ 3 m.-'i.f !my meaning (lt'ar.- ,, <,f general euflbiing.;: I for )head achedio- replied in an abstracted tone. I v.ith closed eves for about ten minutes, that Remember those Tvho climb the shrosd, and after dinner ho brought out his mare for

.'' i :. :i n'i'aijLv.d brings, we were loiiUy, and a burning foxcr diffused itstlf over That day the family physician! was called 1 all my suffciings, and tliU early death, which Breathe And plough through the purlin the? main; the race. Tho pure was made cp by five or
; : t prisongateb
:atu i iam ce:1aiu iv! ilion to l the entire surface of her body. in, and a long consultation held. The result : will' soon be upon} me, would have been avoided. Ou jiity s de>paring train: six of tie planter?, and en opposing nag pro

H.,._- :;''.111!ui != : .ind our Iwdily health I How sadly was she proving the truth of: was a derision that Amanda must get a nurse ; if i had only permitted myself to be guided For all mankind let deed and prayers duced. The | readier rode his little sorrel
: (''ly.-'di. .:' ?p( n tlus! rotation.i .- t her mother's warning when she said to her for her child, and then try the efiet upon her by yoa. 1 do not wonder now, that my Of pure good-will be irea.So and won the day, amid the erea'cning shout,

: ,. \. ;y" tem of a change of 'jr, and the use of! constitution gave was-. How could it have hall tUne the birihday sr-ul >.f the 1.aven.! dead scream?, and yells of the delighted reople.Thifl .-
.1 ,! ,ij.J! .- !1\' -for there is noliiJ transgressors: is liaru. medicinal waters. In a word, she must put :' been! oiUerwiie, and I so strangely regardless Help own to congregit.'oT all leraainod to the a'br-

,- -, .I. : il! n\ fru'ii the Diunoii fehe had: violated a law of health, and in away Ler child and go to the springs. j of all the laws of health ? But, my dear mo- A Siss to fsstlis Doctor.A anon service, an 1 at its cIoEe, more tian! two

t -. :i vi> : : '' > < !lav, wo become that violation, as in the violation of every 4 indeed, Doctor, 1 cannot give up little I thvr, the past h beyond recall ; and now I young lady who lives in the line tie I>re- Lun'Jredjoined the church ; some from n o ivcsof e

-, '.ail eel.i! : 1y prove the1 > physical or w ral law, the penalty of trans Anna,' said the invalid mother, while the leave to you the dear little ones iron whom j da, (Paris) lately sent for a ph\-sician. She I sincerity, some for the novelty of the thing,

!L\ : tl.j :i, >" t'J doiu:., to Ls' a : 3*t'Uaka) ftillu\V too) suecly.I I 1 t oars started to her eye?. 'I will be very I must soon part forever. I feel calmer than! i was very ill!, and needed immediate advice sonic from excitement, arid some because tha -
I-\ It wai a week bei'mxi Amanda was able to t earful myself, and teach her to take a little I1 h.-vo felt for some time. The bitterness cf i bat the medical gentleman, though he had Us preacher-In the unrefined langnrgj rf the 4
U -. I -about and then !her checks and food relieve much 1 the last But I uo: not see o :ntry-wts a "d-.---d good fellow! !" The
: : tl-, jnglti T, lo.ikiivii go again, pale early, so as to me as as agony seems over. | time on" lib hands, (having killed off his last
i ,, ;;. .1 l.'L.i*'.!:!! ni v.fjvJy, debilitated frame indicated but too plainly i possible. It seems as il it would kill me yon, nor you, my dear husband Give me patient a day or two before,) was obliged, for finale of tbe affair was astionibLinga society

.,. .,!;- ,. ".. -3 OA blV.ikiiig tii<: the sad consequences of a angle uupradeutUct. were I breed lo resign to a stranger a : your hands. Ilere let my head rest upon your appearances' sake, to be tardy ia his visif.j .- as can bj fund ia thewhole region therea
9t : mothers dearest and holiest bosom. It is to lie thus-Anna-dear bouts.
S ll.iU.4..Jl'-i. priulege dut\\ j sweet j The fever, meantime, had gained ground, and,
I i I A few weeks after she had become rehtrtreJ I can but honor your devotion to your child May-sweet, sweet babe !-' I when tho Doctor vn.s announced, the patient LIDDVBIdJy rstLtc.

: -" ?<>\ ; us Ma. I will wrap upv apparently] ] to her usud health, us Atnauda child, Amanda,' the old family! physicLn said,] The lips of the young wife and! mother t was indeed very ill. lie entered-found a ; Jrsiiane, you are plump a* a lark,
:' ', \ !si : fi- '. \\ protected.---\ .--- was dressing one morning to go out, her j with i a tenderness unusual 10 one whose daily moved fc-llv, and inarticulate whispers fell most lovely cheek burning with a hectic fiaahvtllcliisdled And fair as the dwnuigjtnt afitr the dart-

.- :,..; UK- U.it: danger of my taking mother .saM, i intercourse was with suffering in its varied faintly from her tongue for some moments, I \ lip drying with fever, and the While philosophers say, '
: | Your clothes are a great deal too tight, forms, still i am satisfied that for even ; ad t'un she sank to irleep-and it was a head, to which these belonged, pillowed on As cnt-st. ju. tlv- they raav,

"',., .': :> ,>n ;a.t.tt' 4i as V4'fl j thne.>; Still Ainand.-' j i mouth you rursa that babe a year is taken le<'p from which none wake in the body.j lice and arched over? witjj curtains of satin. Long If you'before, see the it is starliht nia! ,

; .. .1. j. ..M i'y.ii.r ur-iin for I K.V that i O no, I am pot tight at all, Ma. Julia i from your life.' j Thus at t1e age of twenty-six, abused and I, Hio heart was touched with letnorse for his Just take a good loot, an'yoa wont loot in vain,
: :- .. 1 i.i.: :" :\i tlt ::.t fully of age, Mason lacea>tiht again. 'tie gets her sis- There was in the tone and manner of the- exhau&ted nature gave nn the stn-irgle! ; ana 1 delay, and in a fit of contrition he resolved to Where it flics from the eyts of swate Tiddj JSl'jshane

1 \\y' : .c l; I" <. .!.<" } v. '!.' i ter tt draw her lacing for her, and! the has doctor a solemn emphasis that instantly the mother, who had -violated the laws of give her as lIttle medicine as possible. Of ; irShane, d->ri't
s t> _r was A'lj'tn-la's desire to attend ''Iti draw with all! her strength.* roused the young husband's liveliest fears, 1 health, just at the moment when her lenderesi.j chaise die was wdl i in: a few day, and the Biddy We were both L ..V1. buiiket party: that she went, in j Thu'' 3 wrong in Julia Mason, ami yet I I and seat a chill to the heart of Mrs. Ieaufort. -j and holiest duties called louJeit for perfonni -,-Doctor called to pay his lati
...1 :. ..MIa;i.! vi.ig;j tu.ia WIG called for j half the pressure thai she can bear would sc- i sunk to the earth.I the fee-due to Nature arid his\ abstaining.I Hovwe looked when -we met;
un'1.1-: iiidi'ipj: t tj ui.mosp'it're %vas so, J riou.-ly injure you.' I For a moment or two Amanda's thoughts I! Who, in this brief and impel fv-ct sketch, I The lady received 1 him in her boudoir, and. How I felta,4a1ol one morning at school ,,,'

: ..: ,; ii; :.f(> v ii'i foj, tat breathing ii: j how can that be, "Ma. I am as healthy were turned inward, and then looking up does not recognize familiar features ? Amanda'Heaufort advancing to meet him with the greate cordiality Wlian he juked what,was SMTTOTT'* true ban.
..1V :jas fho I*,' with a smile of strange meaning, while her' is but one of a class which has far she said : You have saved my life Au' answered list, prjinptly, "Swatc Biddy 3e-
1 1 ..i.- \\ttC crow.if, nn>! t1 (? air ir i I will toll yo>i, Amanda. Slw lias a full eyes grew brighter, and something like a too many representatives. These are in every For your trouble-kiss me on the forehead I" Skuie:'

> .%..ij1. as ti oaiiothe perspiration tf:( rotind chest, giving free play to the lungs ; glow kindled on her thin, psle cheek, she j town and ullage, in every street and neighborhood. j He neeeled the fee in another coinage, but Biddy jrShane. sure I thought I trould
'I i ,ir: Iti c i of the merry dancers r while your chest is narrow and flat Without 1 I said, drawing her bi.be at the same tinvj cloj Why do we see ?o many pale- j his gallantry was prompt. lie retired with L.itweek I did Bothiii?j bat sit, &oL and die syh; ;
'.i ... ii.tji. \.iJmoro fair or mon> any compression the aclioa of your lungs j I ser to her bo-.om, j jj faced mothers I Why are oar young and love- !j his pay iu his memory, consoling himself with Acd the ne-'gLburs they said,
: \-M-da! n.wfort.: At elfv'n.l* aft b wt so free and healthy as her's would I b" j 1 will risk all, Doctor. I cannot forego ly females so soon broken down under their ; the thought that he had c.t least deserved hon As they ttsxt! round tbe bed, :
heed tightly she laces. Um 1 mother's dntv.' I maternal duties ? The in far too ma- fcOh, he's stl a.a post;
0 %*- .: n'wmiir < f much jL'OKM : as at> *you say a answer ours from the Court of CupiJ.
Sure he'll
.: .1 fur ..u'i: iti her coisaitn. to your natural conformation you add j A mother'* duly, my dear young friend,' j i ny caso-s may be found in their early and Net; long after, a young gentk-man, of gen Ana the doctor ho gne cried up, the'There's ghost!T a weight on the
: ... I 11! v Capped up, that she did artificial pressure, the action of your lungs tie! pl.y.-ician replied! with increased tender- persevering transgression of the most palpa- j ted address called upon the Doctor. Irani.'
becomes not eaiWbled but die unhealthy !! for his heart touched is to be! laws. The \iJation of ilie e Tea bir," I replied, "it "
I j i- >!. ajl: Iwr fet were protecid only noss, was prolong i j I [p'lVs-i.Jopcal .ir! sail he, 'yon attended Madame u Biddy il'Shane.
1 .:i yr
.' : form ofti-eaie! the predisposition to for the benefit of her offspring. There are i or loss degree, by painful consequences.i .- your bill, and to express, for her, the gratitude To be sure that you know what you are about;
1'. ... ...' lu--i". Ma, after all! !* the exclaim- I which you inherit. duties which none but n mother can peiform. i Sometimes life Is spared to the yo'ing mother, fche feils for your care and skill. So Don't you flirt with the Beaux,
v.'i Ii-r nii PT ringing laugh, as the That is only au idea of your'g, Ma. I am Reserve yourself for these, Amanda, and let | and sliL, i* allowed to linger on through years saying, ho made agracefulbow and deposite- Or elw I,o the deuce knows I

1 i, ,to thtt chamber where her ever Hire I have quito n full bust/ said Amanda, \ others do for your babe all that can bo done i i of suffering that the heart aches to think of.j ed a hundred dollars upon the mantel-piece Bat But vre,two niliht who be should three be

.: : i > ''i eretd mother Eatnwiti$1gI1er"I. glancing down at her chest and embracing it for it as well as you can perform it yourself.! j I Often, death terminates early her pains, and Decidedly, thought the Doctor, virtue is not And sure some one balustered fcUorr, conceited anJ
\vith b hands.. Take advice. Leave little Anna home left to the cold chari- "
.- :'ctun.: t < my at her baV-JS are a bgaey merely "iu own reward. It "pays, be vain
There mistaken. I have noticed ivitu mother and careful and world. I low said how ak! in an' walk off with
1 ;.f.,' :: i'l i j f '5 \ !' ....' .it, kindly, aud hope th.it 10 ill this d f
I .-. i i"< \\iii foliow: what 1 mud.Mill call were a child, and having had rny attention friend upon w'hosejudteious care you can rely -j one.j -a bald gentleman with the cross of the Tapping at the window,
:' i '(_ -Ht't! ;; act' \ called t it, have frequently' made coinpari1 go to the springs and spend a lew 'eec ks.* I'aris.-A Parisian of Legions Honor in his button-hole, and expressing Peeping oVr the blind ;
<("|. I'M j'. t a>3 well as ever, and hare not 1 and have found that you are remarkably The advice of the physician W.IF taken, j Irish smarJ had remained lady himself exceedingly grateful for the Tis really mot surpr-in
; ;t' :' j L ..Bi cold flow could I, wrapped narrow and flat, and what i is more, have and the young mother with clin ng though I certKi! 4t', -wlmse alfeetions ;1 care the Doctor had taken of the lady in the He never leanu to mind! V. ,
her anxieties
','' S1 W.1! I. !' ] tendency to FHop, which ftill lesFens thc size lacerated affection, reined to the care of a i uncalled for, and who expended Rue de Urcda. Landed him fifteen gold pieces Twaa only yerter-evening1

"" tj:. t'-v next morning, unaccountable of the cavity ia which t' e lungs play.' hired nurse the babe over which her heart \: upon a large collection of into jjolil-fih her household, took an for hia fee, and courteously retired.On Jly As mother in the asked dork we me sat aliarph,

., v.. Awuuds! she *\as! quite hoarse, [ Well, Ms, niy clothes arc not tight. Just yearned with unutterable tenderness. i Irish servant-giil her recently with the of her fin1113 the! point of informing this gentleman Pray, ilary, who LJ that!1" -
charge -
: > ;. :..:.'li! troabli by a cough, ( eca- see here.' Three weeks were spent at one of the Virginia -t In the directions that he Lad been already paid,the Doctor had Who's that, indeed you're certain
s'1'' : a iht! but constant tickling in Mrs. Beaufort tried her clothes and found Springe; but little apparent benefit was sulstitate for a family. J i checked himself, remembering how possible it How much she made rae start;
1 1' them be much than in her j as to the care of them, the lady probably re-1 Men seem to l loose their 'wldomWhen'or
t1. .1. Accompanying theae eyinptotnsII to tighter judgment the lesult The young mother grieved for was that it might be indiscreet to enlightenthe
her of lose their heart.
much they
",. a i. .' ., ntisioas face, uud a general feel-: was good for health.j the loss of her babe so deeply"and constantly lied too on accomplishment bald man that the young man felt also responsible -
: You still Amanda to be often that thf speaking KaglUhj for the zealous domestic debts. Tes-there he L'-I see him, *
j aic unwilling, giving way to tears, reno- for the lady's
notion. all about the water The hu shadow throws
understood at lamp
.' 1 1 t--i: all this, Amanda,' said her moth- governed by your mother where her wishes | vuri.ig eflcts of changed sir and medicinal 1 1 that the )n'?,!h themselves were to byI Two days after, an Englishman called on Across the curtained window ;
C.. vi.'... li r muiiift-id cotccrn.'ii'fc come in opposition to your piide or inclination | waters were counteracted, and he returned I but oalv clean.l the Doctor, and expressing gratitude for He's stepping on JiwIIt11 t4e4! 4 .
l oik a, flight! roM, Ma. And, any i Low: that yAu are compressing your home drooping in body and depressed in kept refigiou.-ly but the mistress habituallv the cure of the lady in Breda street, handed never thkik of tarpi.
'ILC\'' 1 <'.usa htluHe that it was occasioned; chest to' much, but you :re not v/illing i to $IIt.Its.) l' irMdy was up early, fifteen guineas to the supposed unpaid, and Or making any din ;
1y, 'iiH2, OK< lastui ht I w.is wrapped up yield to judgment. And yet I prescribe Her infant seemed but half restored to her i slept late. For the first day or two bowed himself out A knock, though evn the sh'ghtcst,
1 of the new servant, the Is worse than looking in !
>" \mo.: I mast have cot t! (fli. tt1( Ig1tL' I by a raiioual consideration of true principles. current of ilo young life had dried Ui). tad, :' fifch to ailing. said! to himself, and, moreover, it grows less lie never learcs to mind;
the of the water ith stomicLs -
] \ l-a'to pnc H a flight! cold my daughter, Theseou will not see, nnd the consequences sad indeed was her realization of the imtnuta- come to top w and less discreet, apparently, to proclaim to Tis surely most suqrLinHe -
and others swimming
ia t v .y --fcriuTOafsij-: anotljer; and yort that iiut follow theIr violation will be the ble truth, that the way of the transgressor is upward with, their were scales siagulailyi very the last comer the payment of his predecessors. thinks ray mother bli'id!

:.. "1 riJnrtem>! acaa never take a slight transgressor's reward.' hard. { languidly and discoloured.gold Happening to rise I I must go aid e:<|Jaiu to the lady. TU pLiin I must go to him ;
1 '"' "t 1 : W -whole FTtifl. 'Indeed! indeed, 5Ia, you arc too ccrions. Two years more of a painful and rnxioasj i broken : Madam !" Le said, as he was shown into It's no u>e flow to cough;
earlier than u.-ual, on the third or I'll the door
\\"ur-\ ':w> V'atld yw w'i' *<}a rfUty! this : You are frightened at a shadow. Xo one of j existence were eked out, end Amanda again j''fouiUi rather the mistrcas found, Tiddy at her the pretty boudoir onee more, a physician If ope but to'send just him softly off! :
:.:.:/. TJW hoIzch even this slight my friends enjoys better general hcaltli then became a mother. From this additional day, should be as secreet as a father-confessor 'Ti-* wt-11 if from the door stop ;
I The
thirty or forty
t .. 1. :z:* \ r a call! it, has cycled you. Tiiat lilo/ I shock she partially recovered, but it soon became Morning's occupation.and t therefore I have allowed myself to be aston -Jle be not eliort'y hurried '
.' 1U !-i.i i: is txlj, is to me no subject of 1. And so might the graceful maple say of evident to all that her shattered and enfeebled jjold-fUli lay panting floundering servant upon ished by two of your friends, without reply. OIl\ man there ne'er was trouble! .
and the industrious was
'1.... '::1 : vrnppea up, it. L lha! sturdy oak i in the first years of their exist 1 constitution was rapidly giving way, tli2 tahl, taking: olo after the other, and Of course I seek not to know why more than Tapping Till he at came the window into the world! '
!fv : '. : r f t protccted4 Still, your, ence. Hut lou after the G.e>t bad been humbled -I \\henthe pale r.u's&enger passed by and gave vigorously"them with up a towel Mie thought one of your admirers has called on the same And peeping o'er tLe blijjd! ; '
: nt ticle of nix beneath the hand of decay, the other hid fear.ul uimons.I rubbing errand-but hero are two superfluous pay Oh, man, but you're a trouble! ,
mistress's orders to keeping
i. teeming %V14 ntoidnre.- would ttuud with its roots more firmly cml I It was Urn-auk the close of one of those tills! vas. her. as ments, which, to say the least, belongs more And that we maidens find!

in: (lie oi"' l edded iu the earth, and its limbs battling cairn days in Sentcmbcr. when nature scorns i thorn ckun.lia3rd to you than to me. Jack on the Fzr7a.-A Jack tar '

;""" ';."' W9''vau opened, and the striking the fclorms as vigorously as ever.' pausing note tho Jirfet few traces of decay Watchman. plea-ant! young M- The lady looked embarrassed, though evidently sick of Us business deserted his gaming
j| j''V'' '' '.':'>' air upon your face could hardj j Amanda made no reply to this, for RVC was which autumn has thrown upon garden, field low, about half-seas over, pasting through the not displeased to know that her telling into the country and hired himself ship, wetf! ,
i; ,. ;!] [.roJucirjjr some degree of coLl.'j't .- suddenly struck with its force. Still she on- and forest, that Mrs. Ueaufoit ;:ud the husband Strand, London, at a late hour, was accosted of the story pacing the Doctorilh a kiss, Ilo was immediately set to to a fermer. -

!' ;T uci-itihle| parts of your body are ly pretended to loosen Lcr stays to satisfy of her daughter, with a few friends, wero by a watchman, who began, with all insolence had appealed, with equal force, to the gene with a yoke of oxen and an old harrowing!
'. n i-u..' ::>ul lungs, and to these any shock her mother, v.-hila the lacings remained as gathered ia the chamber of their beloved one of oiHce, to file a string of interrogatories! it rosity and justice of her three admirers, Recovering Jin. The sailor being mare cleJ 'c

,',"'. ".i'' !ec ''lt d % l'ic system is directly' tense as ever. to see her die. How sad, Low very sad is the hope of being handsomely paid for his her self-possession, however, she insisted with the management wholly of the unacqu.-jatcd'tacks* ? and 4

i. .. '4 -1 ""r 'uciti canot lake cold in your It is unnecessary to Irate step by step the the death bed of the young, kinking beneath trouble. on the Doctor's retaining all tao money 'sheets' and 'bowlines' of his old
r or face, or ny other folly of Amanda Beaufort through a series of premature decay 1 In the passing away of What is year name, sir?" that had been paid hin.: oi!n, in his first to mate '
l" V'lt0ityoar> breast sympathising. : years-years that caused her mother much ono who has met the storms of life: and battled ,' Five shillings." You doubtless have," she said, among | 'missed and attempt 'put about

r.t,! ,: i'1' !tr.'i0ar' t and have a slight, and painful! anxiety-up to her twenty-sixth with them through vigorous maturity, and \Vhere do you live ?I" your numerous patients, some who can ill afford threw Jin stays and, the oxen, by all taming down thc in yoke,, '
c -, 'L 1'l'' t Olc 'm 1-0 way surpriiag.* summer, when, as a wile and mother she was pinks at last in the course of nature, there is Out of the King's dominions." to pay you for your visits. Take the together. Jack with a heap 1J
aiu.:: trit'U to iiiake ligtt l of this, but suffering the penalty of her indiscretion little to ptin the feelings. Hut when the Where have you Wen '" same care of them that you took of me, and, bawled out,for frightened The the confusion -. _

1VKJI'! !"''" felt vorw and worseHer proving too cleaily the truth that the way of young and beautiful lie, with all their tender Where you would have been with all since a kiss of mine can so furnish you with asked the matter.help. 'Matter farmer, ia reply .. a ,.
taI el dminishitg, i1cr4ed, transgressors is hard. In spite of all hermother's eat; and eahiesttiesehinging to them-an event your heart" the means, pray take another,and let me hear conscience Matter enough -. _
Tu ul ** '1 "rcw Ulorf' :ud snore trouble warnings and remonstrances, the so unlooked for, so out of the true order of Where arc you going?" from "you when your resources are exhausted larboard by has the replied Jack ; the i

i ."I1' I ''''JilSy: hbe was c aipdlcjl to go to had continued to expose herself to the iiight nature-wo can only turn away and weep. Where you dare not go for your ears." !" old Jut has ox foul got in on the staj.board side,
J. and have the pbyacian called in. air in damp weather-to attend balls thinly We can extract from such an affliction bat The ollicious guardian of the night thought Truly, charity finds indirect ways to arrive are all got to the deil riging, and'they
"t ti..e aiy danger!* cskcd I Irs. Ileau- clad and remain at them to a very late hour, !', v thoughts of comfoit All is dreary and these answers sullicient to warrant him to at its destination going peak foremost. _

fot vita an axious;: and troubled counto- and to lace herself so tightly as to seriously blank and desolate. take the young man to the watch-house. An Irish woman who had kept hittl 4'II
the after prescribing retard the healthy! action of the vital organs. Bring mo my children,' tin dying mother The next morning, on being brought before A Fuss in l/is Family.' Wall, there's a grocery, was brought to her death led and

LIuug other i.iitg a tizuu1ating i At the age of twenty-three she was married. said, routing up from a state of partial fclutn- the magistrate, he told his worship, that as to row over there at our house. was on the point of birthing her 'feist when,
t(, the thrt 'vas about !eaing j A year after, the birth of a child gave her her, with an arue&t emphasis that brought the first question, his name was Thomas \Vhat" on airth's the matter, you little sar- she called her husband to her bedside* II

th& huue: j whole system, which had indicated long be- both her mother and her husband to her bedtide. Crown ; with regard to the second, he lived pint ? Jamie,' she faintly said : .
4 lb our daTjgLlcr tubject to these fits of 1 foie its feebleness, a powerful shock, from! in Little! Britain ; to the third, lie had been Why, dad's got drunk, mother's dead, 3uloay--she! owes me six Missus -

Loarenv5 klua'am; !r be a ked.eS which the reaction was slow and unsteady.The .- What did you want, dear Amanda-? kcd taking a glass of wine with a friend ;-and the old cow has got a, calf Sal's got married 'Och!' exclaimed! W husband shilLings.'

t er, whenever she takes cold.' color n v.r came back to her chee! nor her husband, laying his hand gently upon that as to the last, said he, I was going and run away with the* spoons, Pete has sw o- darhnt, 3 e're s-ensible to the last ,' 'Biddv-
f .tud tltat frequent irritating eongh, tho elasticity to her frame. She had so long her white forehead, that was damp with the home to my wife." The magistrate rcpri- lowed a pin, and Lui's looked at tao Aurora '115 dear-and t'5 !
tw! ajs atu-nil the recurrence of hoarseness f subjected herself to the pressure of an artificial dew of coming dissolution. inanded the watchman in severe terms, and Borax until h&'s got the" delirious triangles. owe her a dollar.' 3lissus McCraw! I I
( Always.' *, dear babes/ the in wished Mr. Crown morning. That ain't all, uather. '
external support that she could not leave Iy replied, a changed good Oh be jab,3 and '
V/hU else airtl. ?I" re'rq foolish
'Tijeu, Madam it i l Ii.it right that oflT her stays without experiencing such a tone, rising up with an effort, my Anna upon ever !' a
you lover Us sweet heart :- Rose the and broke the
A writing to says spilt batter-pot
kSi *'p thnt such results fO'lwiag a finking, sickening fccnsati&u, as she called it, and Mary. Who will bo a mother to them "i: I1 I-
; i Delectable dear-You are so sweet that pancaker, and one o'the Maltese kittens has 15 iig down the of
? culd. Silicate a very great to that fc'ic was compelled to continue, however when I am laidjit rest J O that I could take census a densely'pOplIat'4 .
' !IPt1lnfl1n? or brouchinal affliction tendency- The reluctantly, the compression and support of i them with n e,' ; honey would blush in'your presence, and molasses got her head into the molasses cup and" an neighborhood," as the fellow Sait( \


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YOU THE 1.......... 'O.t. S I "The 2d Section of the 3d Article of the Sovereignty of the States. I Secession. have seen lately TLe race for Governor Alabama.
4 Eeview ofl\r. C." on Consolidation 1! Constitution or treaty! reads as follows : 'The I- QIc)cf1oibiun&jIajirnnI. I We are happy to enrol the name of President About the coolest thing we Shields i is al jMl m3de u
\vX. after
trace ,
Sentinel to once
shall I is the effort of tho Las p
.. (In ran' last I left the) Slates soveieign i and judicial: power of the! United States extend llllrnore in the list of advocates of declining Leensuadcd I
to all in law and equity arising doctrine of Secession to tho Hartford Con. to say that, though no twill
independent; by universal acknowledgment! : cases TALLAHASSEE : State Sovereignty. The occasion and manner ; candidate i
the of : under the Constitution, the ]laws of the United r vention. Ye shades of Jefferson and Madison servo if the people force it '
t tip to that time which was period a- II IISATURD in he In his adhesion to this upon Lim I
y "hicl gave '
.4. do ing the F'der:11l'0 titution. Let us see Slates, and nil treaties! made: or which JUii51.. sound doctrine be what think of that! We do not con- such times as these, the (pcor.le Lave !
shall. be made under their authority-to all .-. .-.. republican deserve to i I \e a right t
"ha Jcl\rt' 1_ (or tt1f t.J.hnt act which} -- require citizen to J(!
sider it at every sulxlae
\ ; cases affecting cmbassadors, other public ozr: Godey's August, has ; cacfullynotcd and well con dered. I was necessary to s:)any thing presentto his
_IlPsI : il T t> X.conoli a.
: : gives p to their behest and 0"0il
-' 11lc Ministers! or l'on'uls-to, eontro\ersies to come to us, and displays its usual style taste [ in this: wis( refute such history. *, therefore Le We
N'I' oun e of etch t t't e 1 r the Fed- 1! which the United states shall boa party-toj and talent, which are acknowledged to be of I, On his recent visit to Richmond, \"rinb"L. That paper, i the same article, lets are glad Iiu troubles arc over, for it |i3 Ve

: "_" Constitution and there is D hut little j controversies between two or more States, down the doctrine, which i 5-* certain he will: not get enough r
: clt as a high character. This Magazine[ has attained )' invitation of the Slate Convention (assembled ; strong upon votes to for
the of each between a Stale and citizen of another State, the the State his
difference in from ness
peculiar phraseology characterized out un reluctant
as ha\ing back
deserved The mat- there to revise their Constitution he visited crept
I )between citizens d different Stales, and between a popularity. literary ) ,
". ..J and none in the substance, I w ill only instance and foreign and the embellishments -I'' that while in entering obscurity of the hazy theories of'a few moonstruck We see that ia the fourth C on
a few.Pennsylvania. I a I State and citizens thereof, ter is of the first order, body session. Upon( i rc iol:1

,. States, dtizens and subjects.' the hall he the Presidentof pclilical schoolmen." The editor has District t1 democrats have
; '"" ratified in these words: He : are un urpassed.Col. was greeted by nominatt Cot
,,; "" This is the clause of the Federal Constitution I with the idea that State John Erwin as their
it known unto all men that we, the delegates I the Convention, in a short and appropriate no patience a may canlJJitc r.laCe o tInge

I of the people of the Commonwealth of Fcm-: on which he relies to make the State a Oz7- Edward Floyd, trn.ling agent I II I address, and formally introduced to the! body, !j secede from the Union if she chooser: Hut who, we believe, desired, not to run.This !

pylvania," '\:c., do ratify, and ii: the name, :; party }before tho Supreme Court on and an issue for the A1.. (>. True Det DcBou Renew, ''I who received him! standing. We do not he is very particular in directing }his principal : was jafct what they should Lave done'H

and bv the authority) of the same }people," ; with tha General Government, feeling and the .Y.: O. Medical Journal, is in our city, I Col. Erwin has been
: denunciation against the right as a thingto our
'I confident that he has: the game in his own think it necessary to copy the address. or the great man since
Sc. I
". Further: la the ratification of Xew Jersey, hand: he exclaims: : It will be at once per- and comes commended by flattering notices ]|[ holo of President: Filhnore's reply* Rut t! be exercised at ()pleasure." How absurd early boyhood, and if I fine person, powerful

t tho following specific aad well consideredlanguage ctiu'd that :lhi! ) foregoing enumeration ex-" i' strewed along his pathway. We hope our j:. we call attention to the two first sentences of j and monstrous, thinks he, that a Stile should i intellect, unfiogging industry, indoroitaile

q,.. is used : Now, be it known that j tends to all possible cases which can arise.i citizens will give him a f vorablc! 1 earing. II that reply( as containing all that is pertinent quit the Union at will, merely because she energy, and true devotion to Southern Ril
that the u
... wo, the dthgates; of the State of New Jersey, "i Now it to happens very case ], The True Delta is a neutral paper, ably edited I has a fancy that way.r then, and interests can entitle one to
I heralds the world al : el supposethat a seat j in
which he so triumphantly to j jes i prest'ntl I. Con.
chosen the thereof
by people liaviiigznalnre. and worthy an extensive
patronage. '. be granted.Vliat will he do in he is the man for Lia
established i is case gross
unaccountable : President This is
by some tn
ly deliberated,'\&:('., h do hereby, for and on I being DcBoufs Renew have i I \11. reception me D.trc. Jftor.i
behalf of the people of the said State of New omission; entirely left out of the Constitution we often commended ,j i so unexpected and novel, that I feel that I !i!, thee be such action of the General Government he be sent to Wasl.iiigton, of which: tlfe;f

Jersey, ratify and confirm the tame, '\l': ." I' in the! above specific enumeration of cases.No .- as a work which from its locality and high! : have no :adequate, language to express the i I!I: as grossly violates the
ratifications fair i where do we find a &lalc indicated as I! standard of merit deserve liberal encourage- emotions of mv heart. To /< around "poli I the
These l! two are specimens "J rights of the State Go to the Federal Court, strongest pillars of Southern Democratr ;
and show mind not blindvd one of the parties to tuit with tho Federal ment fiom Flolhliamre know of the Kefircscnltitins of Ihe SOVEREIGNTY I ,
whole to
of the any : I nothing i'i eh i that too sustains the violation, and his eagle-eye and!
Government before this Couit. And why ? OF VIRGINIA i I the COmlacloic will
truth or closed to the influence of, congregated piirjwsr (
to the
Medical Journal but would advise
4.- "sound argciKtnts" that the States not only j Clearly because the States reserved to thorn-I of! revising her organic laic, .doing for tWll: what then ? Of course, if there be no right: not be soon forgctlcn by hi& associates. J le[ ;

,f" ratified and acceded] to the Federal compactin j, selves the power to decide on the subject of I doctors that it may not be amiss for them to State, ichat is done bu force in all other. countrie's .'! to secede, if there be not residing in her a is a man with the ability aud will! to do "ooj

their own separate capacities, but that the all political controversies with the General:';: know something of it. :[ but America, is I gmfimliol is a sat- .'sovereign:: authority to protect herself: she! service for his

: only knowledge, Constitutionally:: speaking' i I jo\ernment. I was an incident of that I We insert -to-day: several ( lnicltons''! ,faction" vhlch I /: If aIgurge lo crprcss. ,i must submit. Ave submit, no matter what Cotton- countr.; -- --
sovereigntywhich they utterly refused to d 'l- italics &e. ; Psalters' Sleeting.
which the citizen of a State has of the Citivral : i i (TIt our ow n.)
': and which exercise at any on the subject t of the Cotton I'latiters' meeting :I II I the tyranny and. oppression exercised upon The Cotton Planters of Leon "
Government, or the only obligation to tJcoul i I Virginia then, upon )Ir authority County I Ij
icspect anti bear allegiance; to that ( overil. i I moment! \\11:1 they c oe do so. The re- !I a call K,r which will be found in another !'I i is a sovereign Sfdlc, not limore'a municipal: aj I her I by the dominant majority. In this view, are invited to meet at the Court lou c 03 ,

ment, is thro'igh! the action of their State anthorities. i served powers of the States, being always colutn. Our exchanges show that other sections i would the SCltne still deny the right ? I Saturday the 2Uh.; Will all he there!
'I to consolidated Federal ?
:I a great, -
t I be exercised without the deLynecessary government Or
,, 1 'J'I':'t.1tC'SlUl 1 their citizens, 1 before present can are increasing their interest in this lt'l i I with I!' may seem very plausible to condemn the right are there some who will content ,.
to the formal withdrawal of powers I supreme law-making! powers tl'msde
the Union owed i ,
thfjoined: no oblig.t.tiori ) ter, and we hope to see a general I [ as one to be used at Icasure but if it be '
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there mO\'eHtnt. f sa\ ing done and
this can
to la? Constitution!: which i U tho bond of delegated. Upon point seems ,. vested ia a Congress and President, at the by w nothing therefore
to bo misunderstanding!. even nmongst j 101 the subject of a Cotton Planters' Conven:. 'i; one that can be used for cause it i is none the main at home ? Should there Le
Union, and it is only through the ratification SOl ;, cr0 f Washington : 1 but having 1 her sorer'iC'on one such
the friends of Stale and I could net tion. We to see the! Southern Cult: : : loss Now who talks about the
of the Slate that the citizen becomes subject Hghts I regret : ': { at that moment vested exclusively in : :right right [Planter in Leon County, let me tell him that

to its authority. The[ States were particular: : convey to the mind any the true doctrine, vator, ole of the oigans'of the Cotton Planters -: 1 as a mere whim to be followed for the sake more marvelous things than
) and in few words, I her own -, then met and sitting I improving or
on tliisubject happily so reprcsentativct- reg.
to say that in their acts of ratification they J throwing cold water on it, but 'I i. of J We of nobody who advises
bound l only ta-ir! own citizens. j' as l by quoting, from thu masteily argumentof we 11- ':, in solemn l Convention, in the city of Rich- I j change knO. nlating the price of coon Lave bcennccomplislie.l. .
diet thai !he will have lo come! out and such '
But what does the Constitution itself say I Mr. Cdhoun.i :il it''mond.' And the design of that Convention :; a Ihing.i 111 time is past when we are ji jii.;

t Docs! it Lvlj out the idea that we are a united i' ". The people," says he, of the States have We can see no reason why sach a Convention ,' was for the! highest and dearest of all earthly. i To show what confused notions of the tided; in saying nothing can }be done. Thereis

indeed delegated poition t i of thvir sun'l eign- should not be held, nor : doctrine of secession the Sentinel has
people instead of State! The 7th Arti- : cane sec any | we any that cannot
objects to free people the I lmlj thing now doneexcept
I Genera; Guv- congregated for
tie fall and The ratification of J ty, to be exercised jointly by a : b '
is .
explicit. not result
reasonvhy good might from it.We .- make! lire: following extract : effect concert of
t make I j and have rcl.-ii.ied the residue to LeI I ,purpose of rcriiing her organic law"-that \\s, action araon-

1hz nine Stales States so"shall ralr.l/i:{ ;: ," it The obligatory instrument: tcicein:,. I! crllfnt.exercised I 1 J their respective State Govern- hope the Planters of Loon County will to amend, change or abolish her form ofgoveminent 'I I'I It (the. doctrine) i is: wholly impracticable, Cotton Inter by shiehi I they will mutually,
to delcgitic is not to part with assemblo with much unanimity: on Saturday. because I is manifest that should a S tat at not to ruin !
hounds with compacts between hc! States, lnt5. or written Constitution, and adopt, : agree Seeing that
secede she would be theI
to met at
: tempt
or impair The delegated in next, and claim the position pioneers in this
but is bilent on the subject of direct relation ; 10l'r. power I ; in lien thereof other so v succeed in !
the the of the princi-It : : any that her people I threshold with the fact staring her in the face, many ulletki"gfhien
between, the Federal(;Jovjnitnent and the indi-: i, :agent : power t movement.
\idual citizen. The iJea of a single nation or i pr.l as if it remained in the Litter, and may", -- .-- - j shallder.: And), in the discharge i of this i that every one of her officers civil and rnilita- scorned to us to be beyond'thc reach of ha.
union of persons: instead! of Slates is further I as between him: and his agent: be controlled crz:7-: \y 0 :J.r confident the "late senior editor ;; high : f clt'll trust, those relrescfltativesare ry, arc sworn no' \do it. Her'constitution, man effort to accomplish! let us all come t1
and! her feature and item of her
discarded by the Constitution itsdf.c.. :New or resumed tit pleasure." of the I'faridian <$. JOmal" will not ;; amenable to control or dictation from lws-wr' gether, and adopt for our motto, '. \VC *iH
t 1 I her
Mates I1n.1). (' admitted !by the! Congress into I i The agent is in I' representative of surTer much from the other or higher than the will and I organization, cont'rp ate as c Slate. j. try."
onslaught of the last 110 power i Union. She iiius t, refer }hersiH
this Union." Not new penj.li: > but new States. I| the principal, and we find abundant evidence I \ tIe therforE. A COTTOX PLANTER.
that the! nrinciiial has reserved the ihiht to \ Sentinel 1:1 we would buckle on our armor;pleasure! of their constituency-the sovereign to the neoiile. the oriirinnl source of :!1 : .
l'Ji5,,>io HP\V. .. ('on1t. )hnforo.. thf v. can be :J.JIII t. f '
-- --- ;
ted-- ,-must; i)bo *organized' into; a State. The! i i revoke: the! agency= and resume the for his defl'nce."rc take it that :man mimayvery :.. people of the commonwealth: : of .u Virginia.And .- : political power, in the very outset : mil thi" Prices Prices !

whole frame: work of our bVstem declare delegated.Let Iuwl.rs'l well condemn in the strongest tcims the this people, the only true source of political I tact alone shows that the" right of f State secession .JHUtor! :-I am glad to see tat! tem

Union of Our 1 us see how the opinions of C., our | is impracticable. i L?, the Cotton Planters of .
to bo tates. have among LeonCouo.ty
ours an Fl'derall j Compromise measures, as our friend used to ; power, a per e;t right to re-as-1 I .
and House of loauicd essayist, agree \'. i.h others not lessditiguislied ) ; This i is the sheerest quibbling upon the
Senate Representatives are do : to themselves of such a decided interest manifested ia the
i iii Florida, and! still not bi r to huzza surne any portion pow-1
composed of members elected} }by the individual on tlN subject. The received j ell word State.'ho asserts, that a State tion of a Cotton PLtilors' Convention ques
doctrine of the Republican has been for Mr. Rhv'tt's scheme ff imnicdiate or as ihey! had cO Jial.d to :any department'or anil
t.\tr. Tho President of the! (United :
t seceJu by the mere act and will of her
may that
States is elect d bv Electors selected by each i i that tne Supreme Court could exercise no political \r e doubt not there are hundreds fiduciary agent, and to transfer the same |, the meeting on Saturday! the 2Cth i
form the
; and in the of failure functions, nor become the arbiter of of thousands who would to other! if to existing State Govern- likely to !be very large WLy sLoulJ
:tat<5 separately, event .1 j jty i be willing to give any :agency! or thy prefer, re- : ot(
elect the electoral College, the deiiondevolvos :any political lighta between- the States and! I their men: \r? were of the impression that it not every planter In the: Le lhereaml.
: by i up the! Union if the South could be united asa : lain it ill own hands. Nordocs it in the ; County :
aid then each State :: ; On this point a was right claimed in behalf the people of
0:1: Congress, ;: Ch'llll'nt very I II I leasl I very from other Counties? Some
solid 1 phalanx for that who notwithstanding u. right lo exorcise lids act of' m:1H' may
State the State of :New York and I few words will sutiice, mil as authority i is PUIIOt', tl ,
votes is a : ; i I :State as the sovereign power thereof; and! remain at home } ;.
relied ) C. I favor with prefer la endure the ills :' that the powers thus resumed becausethey cannot ufiu'erstand
that of Delaware or Florida: counting only I Iom on by wi Ur a we now o\crelgt. | under our republican habits the
'. This :llll looks! but little like the fusion little more of it. suffer rather than have any' one State secede ', ),e n delegated to another government': way they exercise how anything can be done to benefit

oflU the into whole. Away Chancellor l Uibb : And when the such a right U by extraordinary Con- the planter. Well, to such let me say, I will
parts one general snys alone ; all, what is more, We doubt not there more especially right to re- ;

then, with the absurd idea of a single j j c Jn Judicial cases,:arising under a treaty, arc hundreds of thousands of others hereto- sumo or withdraw such powers was expressly venlloii.' According to the Sentinel's idea wager a big apple, when it grows, that you

nation. I have exhibited only a few from the the Court may construe the treaty and ad- j the government is the State ; but this is not cannot understand how" shoe
fore slow to thus far who 1 reserved and provided, for, at the time of I a hit
will in less malcr':
mirii.ter the lights under it to the go
numberless facts before me tu put down forever parties ,. true The people are the State, and certainly \\3 turned, unless! Lave i
such an idea. who submit themselves! to the jurisdiction than two years pray most fervently that the t, delegating their! i it can It2 no violation of good : you seen :done AaiJ:
!: have the do what her
The States being sovereign, it follows of of the Court il tat case.< Hut the Court South! may' )be united to }break the bonds f.iitli: to do so at any moment. The welfare I i ) right to welfare re- yet it i i.s as sin;>lu and as esH.Joae as aaj

necessity that they have the right to secede :!. must confine the pale (judicial I I which yoke her to the North. Either this i of the people is tile legitimate object of all. quires. other piece ol mechanism. I there! are any

or withdraw from the Union.: Tbi, however :i authority. I cannot rightfully exercise the ; Georgia.In who do not know this, or do not know how
; will be the case, else Seward an d his government, nor can they safely entrust to I
i :Mr. C." objects to most o.btii ately, and 1 political power of the Go\eminent.; o :: this State the battle for Governor waxes the! telegraph conveys ideas over the Umi.
Chief Justice 5 Whoa- gang, whose nefarious doctrines are spreading : any other than themselves, the right to judge :1
classes it | Appendix ,
as a revolutionary light. Leaving :1 arhal
hotter and hotter
: j and we of this part of ted States in a second, let Mal
out of'icw for a moment the clearly established -j tll, j p. 17, say.it I like a plague: over the free Stales must be when that welfare is promoted, or when it is just come tf

sovereignty; of each :State: and their I ', J'y extending the juJicial power to all''.1 1i i checked and put down. I endangered. I Florida, while trying to keep cool and amiable the conclusion that there may Le Something ,.

consequent light to secede, I will avail my- I I cnses in! law andqiity, the constitution! had :I ------ Oar short quotation: from the Ple :dcnt's !: are suthl.mlj brought almost within htar- noout cotton that he has not 'e learned.

*t4f of other and equally' tangible evidence of: nen IK'll understood to confer 0:: that de- Mr. Webster and the President. speech, contains another important averment, i; big of tw cannon. :Mr. Cobb, who has gone There are a great may things that I have: ytt

that right. I, p.nitir.ent any political power v.hattver. To Mr. Webster latily said ((in XcY ork we : that deserves be ; over, horse, fool and dragoons, to the Whig. to learn before I know ant! if
to in mind. He said
como within this must kept C'l.thing
Several; of the States that th'n"oul.J a question:
: fearing
believe) that there was an entire harmony of 1 j is to-day thundering forth to the people life and health last, I
\ l that the! mcttinj
\\ )bo a disposition on; the part of their I assume a legal forensic litigation and were doing for thatSlate" sIc.tl : te

united Representatives, or General Government judi i d decision. .. A cas.i in law or equi- I sentiment and opinion between himself! and : (peaceably and deliberately! of course) | of Thorms\: his: excuses for abandoning to I pick) up id.'as..

to encroach upon their reserved right, I tty may: arise und-T a treaty where rights of I the President! in all that' appertained to the : if ha! is done by force ;in ot'ier countries ;,| his former allies. "'l understand that SOll CEYTREVILLE.

entered the Uiiion on condition, and with the : individuals acquired or secured by treaty are course of tho administration. sincrcly: al' lof our citizens will b3 present to hear him, ---- -
'p tperific renovation of the right to withdraw I to lie asserted or defended in COU ts, ltd the I ;, but America" That i is to say thesovereign- .1- CounrrqEliwrjn 7rube.-TLf editor
that this: and
hope :, and not at all least important perchance : say something which he
'1.4 I from it at pleasure. :New York, for instance, i juJicial pmccr cannot. cxcwll political cwap.rLs" lH I t ty of Virginiathrough: their delegates in ) of the Thihodaux; Minerva seems to Lave his
movement tlli.hit to the have to hear. Nothing like it-he needs
in her act of ratification declared that all le:1 : : Como'ntionere changing their form of wi hands tolerably full of late, being obliged nut

power is originally vested in and consequently I This: distinction between judicial and poi State COln'ntiol of Virginia, and bold and i( Government, or, in other word!, effecting a 1 I help, and he needs a rasping. We hope McDonald only :to attend,to his editorial duties formerly .

1 derived from the people, and that the powers i utica! lights was acted on and carried out clear recognition, by Mr.I Fillmore, of her revolution without i{ of whose movements we are not ad a
i force or blood-shed I before his wift/s taka
I but to
of Government be resumed whenevor | by the Supreme Court itself in the case of I departure
may state sovereignty, were made after full consultation be there give him the latter.
it shall become necessary to their! happiness Williams! : vs. Armroyd 7 Cranch} .1;!a.ta: :: without commotion, strife or civilzr,from visedi 1 a turn at culinary and other household lauors
}between the and his cabinet I The opposed to the new leader of
," &e.Rhode and! again iii the ce of )Mnrbury! vs. Madi In.iJent : : uilhilam1Vithont any pretension to control papers as well. Hear hun go omit
son. ((1 I ('ranch 137-lit Peter's condensed Upon this supposition, the absence of: dictate Whiggery charge that he wrote : letter to
Ifilat'd declared that the powers of f i or co-ercefrom irilhout. When Since the departure of our better half on a
be resumed the I VnorK27'J.i) Mr. Webster is naturally accounted for. It ;it the I nominating Convention savoring i so strong.
povcrnrnent may by people i:, therefore \'iro"ini, or any other Slate, shall health-seeking excursion, our duties taw
whensoever it become : This: di&ttuuion; between the judicial and would do less be tof federal consolodalionism that it
may necessary!:: to tln'ir violence to his feelings, to elect to withdraw from her confederate association -' was greatly : ld. In conjunction with oar
113ppin s ," and Virginia perhaps still! more political powers of the Government is dis. 'best to it. Even Toornbs : !
out of Richmond, when this Cabinet opinion{ with the other thought scppross ordinary vocation as editor, conductor Mil
_ _ I the Court. It sovereign States, and ;.
bid down the by
explicitly' true doctrine. Shia tincl.rl'cnlizeJ was
ta"- I I there decided that (. stions in their! nature was there first announced, as it so openly I thereby 'revise her organic law,' in this most and Stephens could not swallow it. There publisher form:all those of our journal, w e have now to per

'* We, the delegate: of the people of Virginia political, or which are by the Constitutionand conflict with the doctrines which ho has so important regard, and her own action be ] is a load cry for this letter, but the I vasty For instance, this devolving on the we household.commenced-
.4 having tully aid freely investigatedand laws submitted: to the Kxecutive, can long, raid! so stoutly maintained.: I was in J peaceful, no other power on earth has any | deep" will not give it up. How soon a new our daily tJ.sktlr&t, by going to market: .

discussed the proceedings of the Federal I never be made in tl-is Court" The decision much better taste in him to arrage to be at :: right to interfere or become the nggres30r.nJ .-, convert to Whiggery lens this trick of shuffling cooLing brlaklast, washing the disLes, feeding

the Convention, and deliberation being prepared bath as well a? of the Cxecutivc to its discretion upon political is questions submitted the- the Capon Springs at the timch; 'le, on amore : .\ should President Fillmore visit a State !: into secret hiding-place opinions which the poultry, cleaning up the kitchen,
most enabled
mature as as I
us supreme
: to decide thereon! do, i in: the name and behalf! i decision of the Court wit..in its jurisdiction.Ntithpr convivial occasion, he might talk under I Convention assembled for that purpose, he : it is not politic to express openly. and freely dusting sweeping the out furniture the house and, making various up other the duties beds

of the people, of Virginia, declare and make department ought to invade the jurisdiction less restraint, and more in his quandani style. : would recognize tho presence of the sover-1 I I Says the Journal Messenger, on its sacred devolving upon one,whose duty is to wieU

known that the powers granted under the of the (ther. So said the Supreme In this: Capon affair he even indulges in n ': eignty: of the Stale. In that assemblage, and I I word, there is nothing in this letter, which it the distitl*. Second, write our editorials!

Constitution, being derived from the people of' Court in the above case. good deal of 'bluster about pulling down a : would witness in their deliberations and! acts has read twice, inconsistent with what is said pos a part of them, correct proofs put th*
Here then :
the whensoever United States the: may be resumed be by them diown ,that ,the wo Constitution rest the case., which We"have C." a :;tltC. I He was not standing, face to face, : the same august spectacle of doing what is '' in thc letter of acceptance. That may very mater in form, lock! it up, put it on press ami .
same may }lierverted toj i '! well be and still the it I then strike the edition. Can one of :
(as the President with c the charge against be true oIl any
with much ) Reprcsen-
done all other countries but
I ,. their injury or oppre!!:!iun./ j I quotl'c so apparent satisfaction, I by force in America -, I our city ;
'' ,! not allow a State to become tatives of the of and, also.r e do not see that the opposite doctrine contemporaries beat this,for:morn I
Here the issue is clearly met, as to the' a party to a Sovereignty Virginia, just as he did on this occasion in Rich ing's task ? 'Spec not!

right; of secession. Virginia expounded it, suit with the United States before this Court, like most braggarts, was only the louder and : mond. :Nor would he have a particle more of State Highs, as understood in the ;

I and dec1a .J it to be a right common to iac11 or board of arbitrators} as C." terms it, and fiercer fiom being at "a securer, distance.Possibly .- !< of right to interfere, in the South, has an)prominent place in the Idler UP WITH THK I uK.-" What males TOU !
of the States and the entered the Union j I further, we ha\e given the authority of Chancellor supposed case,
on his convivial habits the lalelcss! of acceplance. But 'lis strange the obnoxious up so late, sir i" said father to Lu son wiw ;
or than he had! in the recent :
Ilibb Chief Justice one.
the i Marshall and the
cor.drti that she should have the ,
< n |
express of the hour his letter will not be permitted to show for made Ins appearance at the breakfast! : tail""' :
had made him oblivious of
: right to withdraw at pleasure. And I recol l j: Supreme Court Itself, JlnJint such jurisdiction I[ President Fillmore i is perfectly aware, no I! about 10 o'clock."
lect that in the: great discussion between Cal- j I to the Court..f Co may }bo able to new creed.Vo prefer this as a more charitable j itself. Prima facie, this condemns its doc- Late! i
that these father I
one infer- Why, 1
more so, are legitimate j was up wit t
bonn and Mr. Webster on tins subject, in j stand against these authorities. They conclusion, rather than accuse our grave i| 'I times as unsafe to be promulgated by a candidate lark." J
1S33: :\lr. Calhoun laid it down na a rule in are at Usuc, and I leave it with them. ences from his declarations, as quoted, in regard to the people of 1
I j j and reverend PrsiJ'nt with the design! of ad-1! Georgia. Ergo, that Well then,sir, for the future don't remainup
buch cases and challenged Mr, Webster toj The Supreme Court t, then, haing no jurisdiction to state: sovereignty and stale rights.-
I ministering little haimless to the I I people, we should think, will not deem it safeto so long with the lark, but come down : !
I deny it-that in case of a contract between I in the matter, it remains for the Statesto : flattery) Wo hail il a sober second thought after little earlier J
fccveral partners) if tho entrance of one on I decide for themselves when the compact is state pride of Virginia-intending it all the I reviewing the positions he was about to as- elevate him to a place, where those doctrines to Lr'lkfa t.

condition be admitted the condition: : inures I violated and to choose their mode of action. while as a piece of Liter irony upon the Convention I sume a ago in regard to Texas, and we I may sway their fortunes and their des- oi: The best thing about a girl is cheer I

to the benefit of all the partners. Admit this I I Mr. Jefferson, one of the founders of the for their six mouths,aboition For I j: year him ; ny. If he will net trust them, why should fulness. We dou't care how ruddy Ler cheeks

; proposition, and the question i is settled. Y-t I Government, says : congratulate and thc country upon so trust him I IWe wearsa I'
} if Mr. Webster expressed the true sentiments1 [I they | may be, or how velvetry her lips, if she
I \ Mr. Webster seemed constrained to admit it, The several States who formed that instrument I great a change, so openly and so honorably ----- -- scowl even her friends will consider! her

- for, being challenged to deny it,he refused to being sovereign and independent, of the President and. his unit Cabiuet'invino :j I avowed. If in this short excursion to Richmond regret to state that the Turpentine distillery ill-looking, while the lady who !

:- do so, and thus permitted .'Ir. Calhoun to I have the unquestionalbe right to judge of itsiufraction. vcriias-tlien has Mr. Fillmore offered !I he has inhaled so much of the stile and sheds attatchcd, together with : nates her countenance young with smiles will iui.0 r. I

laSh to the ground the great fabric of consolidation a gratuitous insult to thc Virginia Convention, j: and admit I quantity of : &c. garded as handsome, though her
.. I will show in next that of tho right principles of 1799 1799, as to spirit turpentine, belongingto complexion
which he had built and sustainedIn my many .
I the ,most subtle and ingenious up efforts ",his Stats have exercised that right, and that the .I in talking about State Sovereignty, when he I that each Slate i is :separate sovereignly Mr.( N. P. Bemis, was destroyed by fire on may As perfume bo coarse is enou.l to grate is good nutmegs natara
really State to rose so
a great mind. ; great State of Pennsylvania even called into regards Sovereign powerless I I albeit the poliiical atmosphere of Virginia Monday last-Wak'tlla Times_IGth inst. to. the lovely. tlO ,

J Having now shown that tho States have requisition her military power to resist a decree protect her citizens against unconstitutional I herself, not being at this moment as pure and On Sunday last a man ( overboard from

surrendered of their i of the Federal Government, and did resist cncrolchrent by the Federal Government, I el examination
not any rights as sovereign translucent as in olden times-we may hope, the Frigate Saranac and a few moments (KrA Rhode Island lad, under
communities, but have, in addition to and refuse ilh impunity)' to obey. Massachusetts and when ho stands prepared to treat such I that further South he was heard to cry tho Sharks were after him, by a Connecticut schoolmaster, bUg
by journeying
'. tho carefully enumerated powers reserved, 1 threw herself on her sovereignty, action by a State, with no more favor or respect might i. and before assistance could bo rendered he asked :
of their! and refused to obey a law of Congress calling bo persuaded to become not only almost }but "
condition "
respectiveratifications We
; specified as a 'I than ho would the insurrectionary action disappeared. also learn that a few days How many Gods are there?
I J... thai they retained the right to on her for military support in the last altogether as we are (In the South) except previous a man fell overboard from U. S. The boy, after having scratched h heal
of lawless mob.
t I all when chose i war. I will show therefrom, in my next, that a '
- resume powers delegated they these bonds Ship Albany disappeared in the same sometime, replied : .
; I L to do so, I will notice some of the nnmerous the States have practiced the doctrine of 50'I \". CATEI'JLL.\R.-0 have reports that the manner. Should this not be a warning to .I don't know how many you've got 111
'' theoretical into which C." has fal. |' ercignty, and that the argument of C." falls those who in the Rode wpi -
errors 'I WASHINGTON July 11. are habit of bathing in the Connecticut, but wo have none ia
Catlcrpillar has already begun the work of ,
the of the
- I len. for want slightest foundation, in bay?Pensacola Gazette d ."

.. t. ., Each party," says CI C.;" has bound her. a et. destruction in tho cotton fields of Madison, Mr. Webster's resignation is published in open July 51i.Ozj _ _ _

: pelf to submit! to a board arbitrators, created STATE. : SOVEREIGNTY. Wakulla, and this County. Great fears arc the New York Courier &Enquirer of this ( T" "I. wonder this child don't go to A [ysteiz Afair.-rl e workmen who

- the all such W. leaves sleep, said an anxious mother to female the foundation Iota
by treaty, questions. Kach entertained that so : commencement morning. 11' on Tuesday for a arc engaged

party to this treaty has waived tho right of "I say, Jim, can you tell me how long a bodes an entire earl.the crop in this re Annapolis' and thence will proceed to New "friend. I\r el I don't," replied the lady; house, near the corner:0 of Fayelte and Second

i'H L judging whether the others ham fulfilled: their man can live \ithout brains I" Tell me your its face is dirty that it can't shut its eyes." streets,Georgetown, D. C., have discovereathe

I stipulation*, and have agreed to be bound by ago sirs, nlll I will tl.'l you how long they gion. There is so little yet matured that the York in lowland & Aspinwal's new steam. The mother looked daggers" at the lady, remains of four infant children ; two oi

> <- the decision!: of the Supreme! Cuurt of the have lived/ was lie quiet reply of tho ihiyi.cati. } whole crop is exposed to its fafcjl ravages. er, and will be absent till fall. for the benefit and weaL right'off, and-washed the baby's. them deposited candle-boxes, oneina san"

:i i 1. United l States" A.: few weeks will tell the tale of his health. face.

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Celebration... May they live until thc skin of a -------- r --- -- -_ -- -
gooseberry -
Cotton -
Planters' Convention. J. E.
.sociati0fl of Mad- makes the Federalist a jacket. The Lloyd, Dagneman Artist, In Chancery In
Rights Chancery.
S4)Uth' Charles J. Russell We undersigned respectfully request the WILL be in Monticello; on Wednesday, the I6lh
llie the .itii July a* Uy will
ceebrtt! Cotton Planters will be GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. IN GADS-
submit.Uy of Leon County to meet them happy to wait on the la-
was prepared, to dies and DEN CIRCUIT COURT.
dinner eenllemenof!
jifl \ JIontic"llo and AT CHAMBCHS, Tallahassee Ju!
vicinity. 4 1851.
IInpaJa duWsofthe County generally James Sharp.-The South-as she has at the Court House in Tallahassee on Saturday July 12, lb.'>l. 27 2t Genoa C. ) jr AT CHAMBERS, June 24, A. D. 1851.

t.cJ the f The H>"t chosen for the occa- failed; to receive justice at the hands of the the 2Gth instant, for the purpose of considering e*Townaenji. f Bill (for Divorce. Elbert Johnson, )

g't vl ,,vdi Hv beautiful a Muff near fanatical ninjoiity in Congress, and there being the propriety of uniting with tiuir Committed to JailTN" Cslharine Townsend.. ) w. > Petition for Divorce.

J "S Uke, VuiooU, to tlie tread, no hope in the future, the is in duty boundto brethren Tallahawte on the 11th nt.anero woman,wli! IT appearing to the nati.faction of the Court, by Apr) Johnson. )

f the luxuriant prowlh of sever thc connection, and set for her- in other States in calling a Convention pays her name i.* LOUISA, anti that cho bel< njrs affidavit in this cause filed, that Catharine L. O N reading the petitionf1Iedin. this cause, awj

e 13d1 ,,1V a rich, up of Cotton Phntcrs from all the Cotton in .1. D. O'leman. of Wakulla Gmritv. Sa d negn it Towns-end, the Defendant in this cause, resides beyond it being made to appear to Jhe satisfaction of
which the
1nd -.irot1gl) die boughs of s.lf.Uy about it() jewi of age, 4 feet 5 or 6 Inches hWu dark the j irisdictioa cf this Court, and out of the the Court that the Deft-ndant refcidf !beyond tie

jTf) t >scs of tlie clear blue Capt. Isaac Hunting.-If the Southern growing States, and for the further purpose comrkraffl. j. ]L RHODES. Jailer. State of Florida: limits of the S'ate of Florida, to wit : in the Slato

cgbt States can't obtain their rights without, I will of adoptiong such measures (if deemed advisable July 12, 1851. 27 tf It is Ordered, That the said Defendant do appear, of Alabama :
do ofthc plead, answer, or demur to the said Bill ol Com // iJt therefore Ordered, That a hrarin* be had inthi
iter' fp(4 ?fcirth. vou mis t, I wee, mj' part fighting.fly ,) as will secure a Representation from Groceries &c. plaint within three months, or aid Bill will betaken V cati-e ar (he Fall Tcim, Ib31, of the G JJtu
(;Jen. Samuel ,
lie Russell
t'f( I of
qe -Thc this County in such Convention. pro confeitnoand that this cau'e be set foi hear V Circuit Court :
Hj? L .umwc Zfl Iizd rtipcd it fur tLcm- banners of thc Southern Rights Association Should advantages FROM New Orleans r*>r Scliooncr Tallaha8 ee, ing at the next term of the Circuit Court for Gads-V I'roritleit, That thin Order he r blished in one of

..ir(1t of Madison County, which are result they will be common to all- 6CKX pi nuil clear >ide?, den County in October next, and that tii-! Order be the newspaper* printed in the Cfty" of TstIabaw9

iG O'C1OC the began to pouroT'carriagc's over us-May similar be now fixing it is, therefore, hoped that all will attend. 10,000( "" nb>>e.l do.SOOO published in s some public netaper printed in this for the pace of three months previous to (he fnt

thut cVc. ones soon spread to1 R. K. Call bulk Pork t-iMes Stale, once a week for three numlhs, and that Com V day of the saH term.
buggies, the breeze in \V. D. Mosc-ley, 50 l .
in .rreliip rfiii3 Flour
iglinP every country our State, andever' plainant take testimony in the caue. J. WAYCES BAKER, Judge, Le..
pr.H-tvded by the o.n1W John Sheppard James K. Uroome 20 kegs Leaf Lard
TJ'f'ourt IIoow. .Southern State in the Union. \VAYLE-5 BAKER, Judje. A tr'iecopy-Att.t.

;vJli! ladies, their banners with np- Uy S. Thatcher.-South Carolina and her A. Cromartie, R. \V. Williams*, 2 barrel* A true copy-Attest, R. C. Lr TER, CUik. 4

1ibfl P- olios treataiig to the breeze, fol'jf illustrious Statesman J. Win. Get many, John (J. Gamble, 4 tierces Snyir-cured Hams, R. C. LESTER, Clerk. June 25. ISM. 2-% 3rn V
C. Calhoun
: -Let the 2 do. Rice .
prime July). i 1'I.| 2' 3m ;
? rui'! iM oa, crowded with former illustrate the John S. Hart, K.:: M. Garnett, 10 .
large piinci) his of the latter by ( packages Brown, Loaf, Cru-hed, and
'' IligW* men, who wore rrAr G.; Troup Maxwell, John J. Maxwell Clarified Groceries. V C.V. Ia
SoUtlI"fl defending her rights "at all hazards and to Sugars. To the Centreville Southern Eights Association I Iit
/M/ fkrr--T resenteJ a spectacle the lafct eternity." Gco. Galphin, Thos. Williams, .100 buheU Corn. ttc. for sale low for ca Ii. and Farmers of Leon County generally J"I UST rccivcd from Xevr Orlcaus, per scLr. IVm K. V : 0

,, the heart of Green Chaires, John S. Maxwell BERRY i RO\VLES, Aucti..netr.- : 1'fctfBS,
to gladden every Uy Jacob Carter. ,
,iI a1cu1It young men of the Juhv12,11. 27 tf 4 Casks SiJc-,
Tho. Laversaire. Edward I Iloiiitoun.J. GENTLEMEN : I am making and will hive on
V fhreaUSr.s.i UUU11jCi 4 Clicks Shoulders
: tnem vow upon) tlie altar ol Jjo- rfr ..f l\t.nt-. ,
M. > v **- L s.vt A I**mIhomanrt
; iiiuicav. u .- ." ? Robertson, Wm. II. Burroughs Flour. 2 Tienre- Sugar Cured'Hams
to defend Family
> matt** -c- : city their! rights, or peiiah in the pair of nejrro SHOES of a superior jurihily V
W. y\\ "
,.,!,>_ State SntMvigutyt> attempt.Uy S. Saunders, 1UST received 1 from New Orleans. 20 ImnvU! extra -dunhie-soled-and will warrant I he workmanship. 2 Plain -

t VIr gUnijt"! "Equality: ( ia lUo LViun, J. R. 1 Ian is._Non-intercourse and O. S. Burroughs, '1'. W. Urevard, ,J1 fine foiniiv l-'i--tr. warranted lii keep the uumme15ERKY You may hear that I will be undersold by other ficlorirs 3d dozen bbh, Kxtra Hour, tJ.

..dt-iicr out ofit," Ac.: Southern Rights.UyCajtX. Kobeit 1{ Butler, F. Chaires, i; 110\VL1S. Auctioneers, itc. -but, gentlemen do not believe"it, fur it 1.faI4e. i 1. tt .4 Porter.' ,quart' .
: G.:; C. S. Johnson July 12 1K51. 'J7 \\iUsell as low as fuctorj in the State j'int.
ble t'iCtn like G. W. Parkhill '
; !uis. Heaven trap l: \Vilhrd.-May I box: Jame Altai'Tolineco. .1..1.pi
; Southern l rr a.ljoinin:* it, who ;ants np such an article as I da.
'"Us UK-V are, gave life, beauly, ai'fd Rights, Southern, Commerce, and Southern Chaires jr., Wtn. P. Craig, A Valuable Tract of Tobacco Land I will sfait my W3! on round in Angu to deliver 610 Gallon Keg;. Iron Bouud, V V

': tijn to the W eflc, >by their gentle jire- Alunufactoiics bo the motto of iouth- James Willi*, Richard Ilavvvard I for Sale. them at your houses. Orders from my former customers 5 B >xe Star Candh*, V
"" every J. II. Randolph and the Asocial ion, will be tended 1 Barrel I ,u.iaiia Rum, I
; wit oi.iK-s, aud cheerful coantuaaa- er.i : to first,, H H.tk
: man. $
.f, "VY7"ILLlxj sold on a credit rif twelve montl" at but I am in hopes to fill all in time.Yr.nrs 6 Boxes Herrjnjf, V

l\y\ Capt. John C. Tillans.-Thc Comproisc ozi-: Retort Courteous.-Thiee young conceited Venion, \\it'litngtuit County, on the first Mon respectfully, JAMES FONDER. 4 Cod Fish, V

hfp! 11, the President of the -.-a breach of faith, and \iolatton, of wits, passing along the toad near OxI I dsiy itt Ootdlx-r next. 2uU arrci of ralu.-il! Ilaiimiork July S: l ist. 20 Ct [Sentinel Of 1 Barrel Cro.-hed i-iisrar.
( :t1kd die oM-mbers to order, and the Constitution ford Lxn I, W ii>riii t.) thu e-Ute of John J'ergtI1)n, leeea'cd. All of which will be sold low fur citili.l br : ; '1t 1
( which
-reHMtnce to is thc met a old
grave gentleman, whom Notice. J
It \ ;
siruate I near the of Ili.lmcs'Valhy A. H FELKELL-
c : lire: preliminary bas-iness, inttv. only remedy left to freemen. leey had a mind to be rudely merry. nixnT five mih-s frm.i upir the Court jwrt Hou. e, t >p \ BAPTIST MINISTER, of the FlmiJa A.ciaA June 28,185J. 25 tf 4V \

:. Mr. Ardis, au j tiio Ki-ader' and Uy John \V. Campbell. Southern Con- Good; father which point Ilfilmen'! Crock U ti'rtirJio
mcrrow, Abraham, said mutii.al.le all the year. has Ix-vn teaching $(JNbl l in J ffeTt.in V f J
jit-tlv, l tie tuiiJ. 'Hie lev. fedt.-acy blioald be tha motto of e\cry fc'oulh- one. It i* well atcretl. nilvtll! ad-ipt d to thv, culture, County, Mi-lulu Florida, fT eleven years pa>-t. Iiavin Groceries. : 1

,,;:,]i..mn,,! poured fortli to the ** Ciod of naA era man.Uy : "Good morrow, father Isaac," said thc of Tiilkic i, Oott'si, Corn, Kic >. wt-l Snpir-can i1,:U-niune of till Only: a s-nnM ]N>rii,,n of the I in 1 t cleartd.* ) btit pr 't.fiit shall have been is ?
,,u. tid ;ui r good, a warm amedit ? 1" S- \ihlejTgue.-The f-iguers of the next. year i-ompletefj, ; alJ-x there i* atsut ?<) arrcs of ch-an-d land und.-r Aue, i r'cimiijj$ a situation, at which a regular adjucil I 4 casks Shoulder1"
; .- iiravor, jnviAi.ighis: werful aid Diclaraiion of hid e'pendenee-'I'heir fcaik-ss I Good moro\v, father Jacob," cried the on which there] b< log liDtist.s, a well of pxxl water, orct.tril. may IHJ kept up, aii'l where he may IK UM-III! m tinMinistry. Co, Ijarrel Ohio Fl >ur- :' <
: ,' nti?. uln'ch faas been$ ? ft ced upun the patriotism in 1 tic. on l..n'l A supcrllue,
u i seceding from the tyranny ofthe a. public adjoining.$ It i* a high arid I oi.rresponflence un the ouhjcct H solicitil 1 tierce bagged Hams,

(fjiitrr.: ; Tin-Hot*. N", P. Mcsi.4ey then prof.iijnrpsd mother country, is tlio worthiest example '. I am Pilher Abraham, Isaac, nor Jacob," )hatlthyitiiaUou, and luljacc-nt igool range fur cattle fx'ciaHy from Marion anil l Hemand Counties, 1 kirrt-l 1 fine Rum,

IK! > Di'flaraJion of Indejiend- f< their! deccendants in the South ] the old nnd l.egu Ka: -t Floruliv. lirethren and l friend* will pleaxe take lOO.oacksSalt.
to with replied gentleman, midly, limit Saul I
,., in cli'ai' and dislinct tones.' After which V : misrule of this the of hiii! who ,
abolition son i, went out to seek his fa =ame time. Rev. S. C. C, Beazley I*. O, Jetriii '
-btor() of tio! djy, H<)J I). U. Mays, rote, t l (;Government.Uy t ther's aVc(%?> cut!, h here I have f mind tltcm" JAMES M. LONG, Executor. Floriila." Cu., Jut Liquors received of nil bv kind schooner E. Barnard, anti for .

L :g fiequcnl; bursts of aj -Sl.e has her "Soutliern Pitriot"(.') with <-i
i,: i'Airinj the progn''S uf his Kj.eecli. lie out p1riotizI-.hr! co-oxrtioII fiiends, expenses ()tlOft the! old gentleman. GoPartnership.yHE $100 Reward.I'ROCLAMAT -

., f ;1TeJ: J to ti! <- cat' ofc which led to tie settle- guiltless of the tin of rn.-hness- jlvays tim'.fct.ijrnri! hove this diy finmpil a CoparrJ. :- BY THOMAS EROWX, Madison Male Academy.
Xut Engagi-d-Urr M Some ridiculous nershi uaJtr firm ol G J. .
the dJiliculu-'S \i: iei &: i+ 9vnit. G< Florida."IT71IE11EAS .
ivaiof Anu'iKa, and dangeiis.inulered \ ready for action until the time for action i mistakes GE(). H MI:<;I\NISS, ffnvr ff THIS School will commence its second eci'ion'un' ; VS

V t V cj1UILs1 thv'ir innate: I love oJlil'lk' coiu?&-but die hasher satis-uho laving occur among foreigners at Jalv I 1 1St. JOS. R NIGIN.: ._ It ha*been made known toiiiu the direction of Mr. F. L. ViuinncE.) oi 1
V \rV, their for iadepeudeDce and ddied times, owig:: to different meanings applied; to af;::.__ that u imurdir was n-centlv corn MONDAY. July llih, and teruiiiute oa Fridav, Doctr -
tyranny, fctauu ready to refit I it faolita- the fcame woid in our language. During the Groceries kc.CRUSHED .i.ct: ::'% milled in the County of M-tJiMin, by *,ne .btr lltk
d akd <
i suioe i ere fcons rcjari.t9 and alone. ,
j ry absence of a pliyHciati of our Simon Ku upon the Ixwly of S.i..u.$l 1 horuas, mid RATES OF TUITION.
ffltm.ir-T tl.e Imon for which theirs Order and acquaintance, and hrnwn, Su-us, that *aiJ King i-
good feeling reigned throughout now a furtive fn' ii jitetk-e:
s had: jwured, 4 ut tlair! Il, oi1t j-acriS.-ina: the day, niitl not the blightcfct incident the other clay, a gentleman called to see him, Candle, .V"ir kntiii" )/f, tint I, Tiiorna Ilrown (Jovtrncr of for Spellin Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, anti Geosrraphy iiV
V occurred and rang the bell at the door. The Fun.monswas Sj-cTm Cnntlle*, Pa'cit Pearl do., the StAte aforesivl, hy virtue of the per st"p--inn) 3 (00
piju-'ty.; t n'jfuulioii and life, that Uair chilu.i to war *the : authority vested The above, with
; enjoyment .i which -ill parti answered Sperm Oil, Linseert d '., ia dn English Grammar C >mpf ition. i-
Dutch Iuv. oif
- by a servant gill, of iiuhy hereby ;r a reward of (nie HundreI
uxplrt W fu-n. I wilnot! attempt tu cipated. Many citironb forward Iiuniiii4 Fluid, Tanner's Oil I, History, and ExercL-ca in Elocution,
Elejied in the whom he inquired if the doctor withiu. IVillar! fur the apprehert-ioti t>f mid King, and I perseqLn
; ;\e\ noil a In, it f s-yuopUs ol this addie s, ast course of the day, and enrolled t'air names! as No." was Rt-fincd Sjlaralua, starch delivery into the custody vi the SLtrilf cf' said The 12 00

t rf A?SotiMtiofl lave i >(|uched a c( jiy of it uiembcri- "
Old ses-ion
114 ,
hi' DrownVindi
;.T publication! and it \viil j robaby! souu be : RIG1IT3.! Yes iii Mn,k and n eSoap>t ,Soap, .-SaM Kin Ls about five feet ten inches high li I, The price per of tuition, to be paid in advance. 20 OO

: i to rvaJu'8. Florida lujht hair, ilwp blue' ey*" weili-* from I l5! to 140) Madi.iomnJune21,15l.
your Superior Molasses
pr ( 24 4t
"Is she \1bIn\ talkau shows l i.teeth
engaged J" pLunlj, which I
.trwr the ouuion, tLe From tx. O. J'iftiyutif. While Wine Visicjrar: -
aecctetry dps were
, The gui, looking at him a moment while PirkU *. in ami half are deoayc-d. Nut very fluent in couver tioii,and Laa In
uJipn for( the furaiaUAU of t au auxiliary I MIlauiiuiitlM1 Frcsi ilesico.Tbft E (j'larts $ gallon, rather a ctiilty lookIn Chancery.
a curious expression settled her features Rock Salt lor Slnrk.&xr., i.\. MIDDLE CIRCUIT I
( i Western )orti u of the Trail tTl'aion on testimony whereof, I liave heretmtr -JEFFERSON COUNTY.
| cotintV luanis that thc vessel]I she For s-ale by G. ,5. J. .MKGINNISS. set my:
HIP( !adis and gentlemen, about 1 o'clock,, \viiiuh! recently :darnid the people of Ma.at- as repliedVhy July ))2, IvM. 5t 27 }iand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal Melvina Philips, )
-fiaiitcd(, : to *! diutier tables lan niUL-Ji \ no-the is already married I"The [SEAL.]of the State of Florida,at the Capitol in Tal]I es. > Bill for Divorce.
** wljere frojji
NJ -
ascni'd L Lt'ntiu1 bring ted that she
rcpoi luhaaoee tLL 23d f Robert Philip
: gentleman fcloped. Notice. lay i> June. A. I). 1S31. )
$ ri :; 4*( gcd liLiHgs I bud 0:1 board a number of Adventurers, has THOMAS BROWN, IT appearing to the ,itatiiftcticn of the Court. hi 1

<< up j in hue irder l uudcr the Jail- arrived at that port from San I'raucisco. ItnnpearMhat Cjr": John, I wish it was as much the J.THILIP T PKRCK i is tny duly authorized ajer.t Cfovernor t/f l''lorida. J_ affidavit made in (hit case, that Robeit Philip-*.
: custom during my temporary absence (lorn the St.tte. the Governor Attest Defendant, does not reside in ibis State
it jnT\i-i. ,i of Mr. Turner.fter the Mexicans By : but in th,
were unduly alarmed to trade wives it is "
as to trade hones.Vliy R. 15.
\ OLIVER. C. W. Duwxivo, United Stares, in parts unknown, so that the ordinary
uiii.ier: vohurtcer) eetliiuiMtt oereofpur as there was no expedition on the vessel. ".\ fen, Peler {r' Pd cli at feomubody' July 12. IS..I. 27 3t Xfcrctary f Staff. roces of suSpoena cannot be served upon him i

fr & uf the fu1flag cotiLut1 a \\'Len the left San Francisco, she took fifty most shocking bad before night." June 23. 1851. 25 fit // > thn-efurc Ordered, That said Defendant. Robert -

Mexicans down to San Diego, and thence Dry Goods &,c.ON Philips, appear aid answer the Bill of Complainant

: ) A. Fr. Ksj. Scccifcr ia 1S327ii : -. took ae many more to Mazatlan. Thc Mazntlan hand and for sale bv the subscriber : List of Letters riled in tins cati
Miiii; ii; JkJ>J. MAERIED.On i 4 atid lii-1 Brown afli! Ileacied sheetings. EMAINNG in the Post Office at Tallahassee the first publication If ihU Order, or said Bill \\ili
people) on learninij thcso facts, got t fliP lOili instdiit?, by Ihe Rtv. Dr. RuMpdjr, Nex Ymk >S itti i Lon5 Cloth. '- the 1st July, 1651.Aiteii on be taken! for confeswl against him.

: fi.v' Dr. \V. A. iii.-J:7mt: : L. Orr't r overlieir! f. iguL CDGAI: M.GAKNLTT.' i: ., Mi-s EMILY M.D Kndi>h Lons Cambric -hirirps.? G C At Chamber?, Tallahassee. June 20,15.);.
, : -'t Cuni'm ,-May IMS oithKms beTr The Iho. and bleached F LaMiriser, Mw M E 2 J. WAYLKS BAKER. .
ltecdet It's. au\ hui-s of the Teljuantejtee schemepropose IHY\VAIir ca Island: s huitsng.iriri Allen John Judge, & .CJnne2I -
djubhtcruf Thomas artlI-> >
IIaj q.On Ljclifler, Rev R IIHudnclL
( .*. 4VtV4ted ;tVflt. lo 6ub>UttU-; for it the pioject of linens iroin .<;; cts to I.t.i per >d. ieti, iiuver 151.| 2t Sin
navigating iau1sLtr,
limi. Vi i a'. I the I lOih instant, Ly Uichanl Regan, K Mo1ev.-May the the tiver Mczcala Tatitha D 2 N
lJnyd, JOHN
of inte-
peoI" as means : Vi.\Z\XTa..JM" Hi-viere, hem stiched and .Ued P.1. SAVAGE, itIV
ti' w;f(the Su. !j awake from dioir : : : s 11AXXAH SMITH!, all cr bordr'd. Atkinson S Lewiit, S If
duiuW! SV eotzrniiuication. This river can, it i is Toilet linen. Lnn lawn, hum (.'ambrichtdk'i3.[ AYTOBNIY: AT LAW?
i !r>? n'; a, ((i.i? man, d(Jc iUiied lo lit-1 thought: be made navigable from Pucbla toile t j f f LCCH C $1111 V. Cam'oriC Jaconets and SwisMuslins.! Andrew; 0V It J.eilwithi, MAkxzuitkr TALLAhASSEE ,
II Lewi4, II SAhlcy FLORIDA.
V ..;LcLLce weIr iZCb J.U (We.Ce t J'acujc. .-\ Curtaai Mc-din$ (mm 1-jJ lof>f c:6.: pv. d., striped i.
:iiiti.Hv? committee was, not bug ngo, OBITUAKY.Dicd und Enibrordvrvd. Nius I.ed'esiue. JAUtjki MarlO. 1851. IS tf V
appo'iitpd to examine and the liver W D Ltwi. Mr SAlh -
survey at Welika, on ihe Si. John's River theStth ALSO
I.1-) Jo! i V. legg E j.-CMcs J. Mc. and make .1 rej>. rt on its capacity. This iJune( Mrs. LOU.SA JANE, wife of, on Louis Damath Table Linen, /Iro. Linvn Table Cloth Bell n, V. A Lai J I) Quincy Male and Female Academy

( ehw4pioti of .Soulheni committee the Fua.ily Linen and Planter' Jacob Llot1, J Ntwn rr>H E next ri< will
rejxfrteiUn most volatile i Drilling. ; n) commence i-n MONDAY,
manner I H. : I
Brjant.l .
1i. .1I
J. ;:,: M i v j 1jV,. |,c"i hea ( wenor. ni.'iking it appear 1'iat nothing would be CoHrjnaileNankeens.' ,. :Mitie, A 2.Johrm JL July pith, at which time it it expected that the
MdiJ.ee J C V
Y N'jjii-ujj; Huckzbark liiaper.Krdlick new Academy will be for the
: J-'rau ready reception of th -
% jn-tim. John A. easier than to accoii2i: the undei Bryant. LilflItid .1 T CchusuL
taking. ) Richrnund! Nyrick, 2 S
Vt.- Cj:: WE are authorized' to OSCAR A. St ripti.N.is .
i fl-Ta!] ! says nre employed in tbw
L ; MYERS as a ccn-hJate f,.r the office of Clerk of the
? \utnry over footi, t he as completeha5 it learus by letter that the committee has misivpreffented Coats' Spool Coiton. StjLcu Moore, K M several DepartmentThe In-tituti'm i-i provided
vr the! vile Circuit Court fur tlw Cmmtv fif Ix-< i. Marshall's fine black linen Brown, Johmi Miclieau, Res' N N with extensive
ftndtrcr thread an ChemicaL
of Ll fuiw. tlit- subject, by concealing! thc difficulties tin spool. Rurt. B C Philosophical, nnd Mathematical V
R ;, Miller. Red head Ju1n .
I U.; l\ -ALSOA well selected ViV4
VardIiw.-Ma3': veace be and almost imposfciliHi'irs which t- U'C are authni/.i-d? ti$ announce JOHN NUCOMD few cheap chair.*. Burton. IVihj.! NcMilau! J S valuable Apparatus Cabinet of a Mineral" The Lflrary increase, and a,
'LUOt3 'ug hi th
uir is inevitable, Lat when it would prevent the consummation of the en- : a'' & candidate! for Ihe i-lSce Tax A-csor Comroon rocking chairs. lkrrvIL1t Ma'rSC number of students from abroad baring rendered i it I V

''flt) Hlo bur- asunder lljf ties terprise.t The letter s-ayss that the members and Collector tW Leon Ct/unly, at the eieclion in Hish po-t Ied! s'ead Brc'k .1 S MeMillan, (1 G necessary that more ample arcommodatious should be
: :!t have so Jong bound this Wash Jj.Js &c., &c Fuidilot. J A Moore, C CBrtkefe1d
Union together, o the expedition were frequently obliged to October ne\t. July 5, 1S51.t provided,new buildings f>t a boarding hou.eona
:.i fio! G. J Mu..elcy, GBrown.
& J.
Nuth is caJlod MEGINNISS. more extensive plan than the former
upon lo do buttle ia have the canoes, hi which they conducted L cue was hare
J-J"e;; of JUT rigid*...... die r WK arc authorized to announce JESSE M. .19ly 12. ll. 27 tt NeCuen. B been erected, and are now imJer the charje of th ft
brave and their t Bole Mrs
may couJoration?, carried on the backs of Indians. Elizabeth, MorrL ,( Board aLo
'*'" MJ* of the flaxver JIODERTSON. a a candidate f'r the -flice of Tax Blake Jo-duua PrincipaL may be obtained with! several V
ik ite ba the Marha1 J A
t i'rtt i Valuable Lands for Sale.HAVN respectable families in the The
place. of
u-t fi, !d, ajd tLe As.essor and Collector for Leon County, at the tltctiou Biwbrv, Thonuti 3IilL G bBiIlinby price
; fiercest i ii: thc conflict A horible crime has recently been perpetrated 3 pnrcliised all the Lands of the Com V J I' varies from *6 to $lu per month. For further particulars VV Vi

kii r, a. S.mii-nr tvlrt u rlly ftir tintiartlii* near. ia the j aii=h of santa Cruz .- in OcU.biT next June 14, 1851. ; known as the Druuvick or Chaltahoochie lireutiarm, JtJit, 2 McMtthn.McFerser...;'ti-s. A res pectin mten cf tration. .to, Me printed
car.i'I U lur Jx-tarJ vli i-liixukis Lack iu "' Lind Cimpanv, I will Sell .LnieiBeeman. Catal<''ae, which may be obtained by application t,
t ar. I appears that a little girl five of privyjelv until ll.e S U McLur. Dr .1 F VCrump. <
P'-11 years age,
'.' *. J. Liv< To the Voters of Leon: s-econd ToeJjy in Orlober next, or on thai d.iy by Mr N. IL STEWART, IVincipaL
tiaa the liter been
Eq.-May brave Johii
a for M4ry
having M.tuing,
"fl missing some days, was FEU.O\V Cmztx 1 luhl'c ?eat Chittuhoochie the Quincy, June II, 1851. 23 8t V
generous ; : :- u w, fr the first time, t > fuUowiug described ('rai', Mr .
daughters Mars1rtt John
of Florida, like their found in an out.o1-'he-way jiJcive, quite dead. r..ift'rI I LoU: ,
''icrn.lLrr. ciy name to Lpjtcar befure for an office of profit Cariidan. Mrs J Nuzui EliCalli.tnu
of tlio HevoluUou you Fresh Groceries.
never raiae 1 1ur Her body bore cudent marks of having been IN GADSDF.N COUNTY.
*"' Should I IM ti N Nevui JoIn Sp
elected 1 have ,
limitation in
Xojy TaiLc. made the subject of a horiiblu outrage, tuccetyJed no sitcing No. 1 arid 2 in f.ac Sec. .T2, containing 2CS J acres. Culburi'ii. F B Ni&k', .1 II 1 )ER schooner :K Barnard" from New Orleans! ,

ty 'I K. iVLitner, .r.-Jobn C CaJhonn, Iiy ai.aasunation. The perpetrator of that it dial! be my chief aim to di-ciar<7 > the duticf S VV j J und U' J of S F! 4 of Sc VJ. Cu.i'iu, .Juha Nall%, T 11 CC1tfl5 JL 8475 pounds Midding",

ut'pi'atclatiirin] of tie! rigid of fhrStaff.xClid the deed L> iu custody. His name is Pablo the iiCice to the ftitif.tctitni of the public. Sof \VifNlk4fSt'c3tT4R6N&W.I V Darling 2 O1ceff. NCuliinati 2H CWH; 0> *" Suijar--cured Shoulder.

Mty: L au ccliu ia Parra.Miguel. j. M 1JBEITS11N. Lot No I &lh of a S cin fractional section 5. Ih1unia Oliver, Nis JCarrt'l f.itcily Uarna,
:S lrJ.t every N \V 4 and N E i of Sec 4, and N W 4 ol Sec 3, J J l'arktr, Mi Ellen Cf'O' Beef V
1y CU rJtV.I.a: ; a bandit chief noted for Us tr:: WE are autlionzed to aitnouiicv IlALEY T. T 3, U G. Cutlbert, amei 1'kkurun, CC.ihlwu1i L'3 barrels Mess Pork, .

Ma'u> 15. C. P r*.-TlKPrCMilcut of UM; depredations iu the state of Siial'oa: was recently BLOCK ER, I iuiro, a> a candidate for the iJTiee of IN \CKSON COUNTY.N A A 1'earV.a1o, R JCarniack 10 "uKo.Syrcp. ,
j. C. )tthern ltr" at the c-lectioti in October K 4 and R J of N \V I of Sf ciioti 35. Fed h'htiiipl, V 'WCa1 100:i extra 1 and Mackerel.superfine Flour

ttrt dear Jiead and Jir troopf.TJie next Nay 24. mi. C J of S K i. and S U' i uf S L' i of Sc-c 25,TJ,. Jiilat I'earce. .1 2 cask Rice, I

cbeeta Cfltte *.ny Ban to the con de co and I Legislature of (;iuanajunto per-istg in f R 7, N and U'. Crow, Jarne 1) Pelt, IV N1)eLacy ft bagu liio Coffee,

fil1 ciizeu C5T": WE are s.utli I ,rized t oar worthy Pre refusing lo the V ,
iJ&.nt is ; accept resignation of Jjefior.Mufioz J L h'age, Sanipu'nDabney
the N of frac Sec 3i .1 T
tna_ i ( 4.KG, N and \V.con- 3 *
I edo GWYNN, M a candidate fir the office$ of Judge of Mr Prime Dr C G ND.intzler "Kg Hominy,
1'h < ( lately sppoiuted to a ]>Iace in t.asmuItg *5"li c.C5.
resnd.din a few brief, hut t the Cabinet of Aii.ta.Tlie Probate for Leon County, at the election iuOct ..UJnext. "iN DECATUR CODNTY.GHORGIA. j Jj l'erkin.t, 1' G S. 10 2 Ixixe1 barrels Sear Lard Candles,

pr4)pat rit fay 17 1M. Dimpisit, C'rTleliUS Puliner, ML-i H GDanie1y ,
$cLttht.tt: : aid vTercd the ftAIow.. vote of Congress relative to the Garay Lois No 4l'J and -J'2U, 2UI District, coi.tj.inipg Arthur 1'hihikirk, Capt 1)Darling. zoo bushels Corn,

'Lie grant has already had an effect on to! measures \Y"c ate authoruMtl] to nnimunc DANIEL j'm' a res. Qtia.rhs Reed, GDaftlLi 100 Bran for Cow,

IUgLts Partvthy ('TS of the Government.; On the 8lh of Ju e, McRAENT, Dqr, as a candidate fr the office of V Note.There is a small reservation in GadsdcnCoutiiy. I John Roach, S J W S1kut 4 unreel.IlERTIY. clarified Sugar for prescrvinij.

1 otf..;. M J dtj V Iortthev are ready the order published! in ourjmper last evening, Shfri/T Leon Cnunty at thc clt-cti.rtiiii Oftt.lKrnext.fj Most; .of this Ian.! is very fertile. arid well adapt dlo I John, .1 T 31 'Vi Richard Itichiard,;E F N 2lavid.in 3Eiiu June H, 1S51. A IIOVVLES 23 Auctioneers tf io :_. .

Jny o th3 altar of f prohil/iiing) the continuation of the survey of t the culture of Tobacco, Cotton and Corn. To I JV V b .
Veeit 2 Rouse 11Etiwarthu
ci'(b the ( O'QFfltiCflt i t the Itdiiauf, was made known lo the expedition. ;/ WK arc authorized to announce JOHN IL aflflobEs. flyIWrSUfl wishing the whole of the land in either J tj Regganit, RErw14 Look at This 'V.'I .

lit1L it, "M alt"1! or aBv A committee of the Chamber of Deputies na a candidate fur the] ofliec of Tax As cs- County, I wi'Uldi>ella bargain. It is i situated on the .Johui Rei1 D 2Fwew T OST on the. 26th instant, two larjje I'

1. Opprese at the f-uggp.stion of the Government soT nn-l Collector for Leon County, tt the election in River near Challahoochie al which place a map of : ;, DavilVi 2 lteigTtEvani JU BRPL\STPINS. A liberal reward will bupni ui( V. V$
the land can be seen, and I can be addie ed until I
wah1d.Tb: Oi-toU-r next A pril 19. 1851. > ;, D L 2 Robiwuon, NLa EFJistein. t> nnv j>erson finding them and leaviiuj them at th
teL Uiidr iflsJt 4outh-otig r'a' 1 presented a report recommending that four The lid of Au 'rnnd -u Je- millitary colonies be cfctab'Idiod' on the Ibthmus Ga. The titles are iudisnutable- V.
and afetv :E2We arc antfiorlzcd and rerjueftcd to announce Fitzpati4ck, Monicur Seliier, C
( Vorce Jf ( repijr that he ecdi1 of Tehuatitepec, and the (lovernnieiit be B. F. ALLEN--, as a candidate f..r the office) of July 5, 1S51. .20 JOHN C. RU5E. Gideon, 1' hauiidei C.irit Crce PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

lV 0presor. authorized to fortify the bar of tlie Coatzicoalcos ; Mrs Saunders Dr It A 2 ,
: ,
Jaiut. IL Judge f Probate uf I WKI County nt the election ill The Porwardinj and Commisssca Business HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
GrasS A Scott. EGrimnea.
Oft, CLrojna-(4 D and such other points of thc Isthmus
flerted atd CtC1jJ incstlicr. be deemed as Oct(,ber next AT S F. .MARKS, FLORIDA, Nra N Smith, Mrs AGrus Capital Stock, 300OCX( 0
uI r may The Trait d'U-
vho :tre abroad the Waie-Hous/-s heretofore occupied by Messrs.URODIC L N Starkweathvr J A un.lt ruineul i l, Atrcrst of the above
To the THE
Watch with iti1cne nioii it i is unable Citizens cf Leon County.C5T" IN Company V
kr.V to these
ti- says comprehend
I Green IVi
& PtTTEs, will be conducted by the undersigned Sliaw, WGiiletuB prepared to take risks against Fire boil II.
!jItespic1, :frnT, determination to I measure The report infers either that an I I respectfully announce myself a candidate f.ir who will endeavor to give a* general sat SkrneVV 2 iug; aaJ their contents, on the mot ftt orable tt+mj L. :

tJ i1d thunscives! iu IVeadines s invasion from the United States is feared, or the office ol Judge of Probate for .he County of Loon i-fjclio" as did their active and industrious ptcdecessor ( James Snuith, E F'Grau.bling. F. H FLAGG, Agent. 4 V

liy ( iU the hour ',f danger. (hat it is not feared. If the former, of what ut Uio cl f tiou ill October next HEARD &, DENHAM.Julv D A SCttt Mi5 SGooewin Tallftm! "ee, June 'f, 1851. 22
i'u 5. / r<>vaU- of .r, ISS1. 2-> If J A tlurples.V Bj'
m> i> .tae1aua.-1'1ie South use would these fortifications and four millitary March 15, Ifiol JESSE ATKINSON. VLt

MJV ? Abf0ciation "f Madison County- colonies be, against a hostile demonstration -=--- $100 Rev/axd. lull, 3ti J } Smith Si1Illp.4n, Lvniatilhyller LT LL Notice. -

6 i- 1 ,, n'r WStain thc motto inscribed on from the United States ? If the latter, Great Chance. Nra E St Clair, Ii S1Iemuiiiig .4-.)- the por late ons Jonathan having G.demands Tadrick against the estate of :
azid determined to leave T llaha PROCLAMATION DY THOMAS BROWN, 1'zof. Franca 5 Small S J LIlarri. JeceaseJ, of Leon. 4
4tVja1it.! lberletuat.e the ''rillcii'le'' why thew useless and objectless expenses I HAVING see, a bar County, are requested to them to the S
the Uz0 or lndeIeadenco out \ letter from Tchuar.tcpecays that the affairs : be given in I the Hale of in) stock and] G out r nor of Florida. ; .1 B 5 SCOtt, RI i-tratrix, or to HALEY T.present BLOCKLR, Adtmn- 1 V Vr
good-will to \\i.hiiigto do a business I IoIderIvsS IS T StantIer. L 3t 2lfen1crsn myduly au.
any person gioctry It has been made known, ) thonzed and
By y V of the State of TeJiuantepec arc in Ihe in this _i WHEREAS : Freui F N agent attorney within the time prescri .IV
c. MiIIor place. : ._ t one Thomas G. Doat right Sharp, bed by Law, or this notice will be ,r ;
Tizue, that Jolm C. Calhoun- utmost confuMon. Ilobbery is the order of S. S. KNIGHT. was in the month of March last, arrcs-ttd I Harvey, Thioinii Strnn. Allolhuigsworthi all persona indebted to said estate plead will in bar; and i

1r4ny i cray rockori whose lileak Kides Min'l the day ; the insurrection of Melendez is again JulyinlS51. 29 atid committed- to jail, in the County of Gad-den, for ,Vm 'furbeville, W D date payment as above make imme*

tie ja'c only etched! their! names, becoming formidable ; the |people have Notice.ALL V nu-cro uteaiinz: And whereas, said ftoalwright has hail,M.t.ru Ni-s S Thouiita T1innia., C II.1IarLon .3i 2trii CHRISTINA PADRICK. Adm'x, V4
pedetat on xxhich escaped from jail,and H now a iroin V tine 7. 1q51.
btand.EJy. thy glory will little confidence in Mufioz, the military commandant motive justice : 22 8t '
parties indebted lo me. will pfcase call at Jfota Know lV, That I, THOMAS HKOWW, Governor 1' Tuke.J VI $ VtSV
Rev. uL0 ; the soldiers sent lo suppress insurrection desk with the cash, witho it de-lay. of the State aforesaid, by virtue of the authority Miss Emma Taylor.Dr JCTownsen Mules Estray. S

TeciiIIy: ladj flrnom.'j1 ladies-cs. have gone over to the insurgents ; July 19! IS5I. 23 SS. KNIGHT. vested in me by law, do hereby diem a reward oi IIicb. B C D N small sized Mules
Lanr ofthio omnibus, \viUi their and a pronunciaincnio taken place ChSajias. One Hundred Dollars for the apprehension of said Wer, Diwit Teate, TVinant T blind one a brown mare mule t
in one the other
mottoStato Potatoes. Boatwright, and his delivery into the custody of the Johnson, S W eye; a sorrel horse mule! .
ill This r
Iev &vereignty, we is certainly a rather bad state of A liberal reward will be for <
paid their
submit liberty Sherifl of said County of Gadsden.Jttm. Johnson, Mr; E Weekly, Mrs M 2 delivery in V
or deatli. affairs.Tlie. 1 BUSHELS first-rate Irish Polatoeafor Tallaliassec to
13'bT. 'lrezvijrt .1 Bale V \ .-Said Boatw richt ii about 5 feet 10 inches James, W R \Vntson, 2 JAMES T. ARCHE&

tie of Columbia Coi1y .,- Mexicans schooner Diligcnle has been July 19 by, 1651. 25 &. S. KNIGHT. high, 30 jearsof age. light complexion. The three Jordan, MJiHies 2Waddey.DrJM 2 May 24, 18S1. 30

WiW P"eat States Rights cause, anduenU011'1,1'8' seized .Vera Cruz,on suspicion of being engaged last fingers of his right haul have been amputated, A C 2 Wander, MrWilliamson *
'be niad Wronger in the in contraband trade. Notice.rrlHE leaving but the thumb and fore-finger of said hand. Jolunon, JJohnson Robert Trunks,

u.tate8 than they have lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my F S Wilson. Mrs M R TTALICES an BT A. i. _ever been.tttSi. firm of C. C. BYRD t CO. is this day disJ. hand, and caused to be affixed the Great Joluison, N, Jr Ware, Henry B T merit on hand, and for sale cheap, a lb. VV

o wimat VC2ier' South Caniiina REVOLVING SHIKTS.-Punch ia i always get solved by mutual consent. All bu inc s of the [L. S.] Seal' f the State of Florida, at the Capitol Johnson. N EJoii&s Whiting. C "W. 'I'. MITCH

**We ui C may do.0 -J'oxvthe may ting up something new. He says that he bat raid firm, v\ill be attended to by C. C. ttyid. in Tallahassee 30th day of June, 1851. AKinscy White, Rev D L Ma724,1851. 20ForSale ELL.

kftg ve hPr0tCCt-Le.r and -fig/iL for her, as sent to the World's Fnir what he terms C. C. UYRD, THOMAS BROWN, Rev 0 P Wallace, Mr Mary A
l of Governor of Florida.Bv Kyle, A II Webtcott.JD
j lwwi r a droj patent Revolver Shirtan invention of his July IS. I SSI. lh* Governor-Attest, periioiw calling f.- any of the above letters EN .

1 ( M'V.. own, which, by turning round i is made to The businesi will be continued by C. C. BYRD, t 'C. W. DOWSING, will>please say they are adrerfiv 40 ? BojUz.
Rights-; display in accession, fur clean dickies. the same plate.TIlhice Secretary *f Stale* TIIOMAR HAYWARD{ I.Juhy5,151. M. 12
July 19?, 1S31. 29 July 5,1551. 20 t 24 5t cases Claret, (St Jo'
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Amendments to the PROSPECTUSOF To\vlc &, Myers, Fresh Arrival. fc4a1 tbUtrtitIh1tfltD local Dentist P. ,P.Tallahassee LEXTls

,: THE handand are ncnv receivinj.a new and R Barnard from New Orleans, Florid
I Florida. ,
if :' SOIL OF THE SOUTH. assortraent of GOODS, consisting ut 5000 pound:* Sides, State of ,. ftOOMS VW } t of fl-rwffifS,*
Geld Lever Hunting Watches, 50 barrels extra and superfine Flour, LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.
..Zflflfll pubrwt'ii' nnderitgned a Commillce of Publication' on he will e
Geneial ,
P the fifth uni
.lJoptesI THE "
!I Gold Anchor Lever da 5 Mess family Beef
: I iia'c.I ( of Article XII% Section 2, part of the Muscogee and Ku 4tll Agricultural Silver Lever Hunting do 10 K Fork. William. Cheerer, eiigageil. September hJrressklally,

Society, respectfully invite public attention to r.,.
I : tif the Conflitvtton. the fTilowinu Pro.rx-clu-iof a Monthlv Journaltobf Silver Anchor Levt-r do 4 u Clarified Sugar, Ellen A. Brockenbroush, widow and administratrix Flour,

ui.dui the ol f the Laplnc and common doGentlemen's 4 casks Sugar cured hams, of William H. Breckenbrough, deceased, Lucy
published inthipcity. aUotICC$ above -
I : AN ACT la amend he Eleventh Clause of the Fifth named Aswocidtion. and Ladies" Room Pina general assortment 2 smoked Beef, Brockenbnuth, Arthur S. Brockenbrough.Thos.W. t AH BARRELS best fcmlly Flour

Arlicleof lh Constitution oi this Slate ; and also of Ear and Finger King*, Gold Guaids and 5 kegs Go>hen Butter, XV>V7 3 casks Rice, '
j : The woik will he devoted to the interests of Ag Brockenbroui-h, George L. Erockenbrough,
to amend An Act amcnditory! of the T*tilthCUuie icullui e find Hoi t iculture,U nic ir and Hural Econ Keys, Fob and Vest Chain, Seats, Gold and Sdvei 5 bags extra Java Coffee, George S. Hawkins and Mary R. hawkins, his SO barrel Potatoes,
tfi of the Fifth Article cf the Constitution of Pencils Gold Pens Gold and Si I Gold 5 firkins best Goi-Lcn
Under thee several heads, will be included vet Spectacles, 10 sack< Bran, wife, Thomas W. Brockenbrough and John W.Brockenbroug Butter

: ibis State, and adopted by the Third and Fouitb all omy.that concerns the culture! ol Crops. the irnpiovement Sleeve, Collar and Bosom Buttons, Silver, Pearl, and 250 bn-hcl! Corn. **, I infant children cf John 1W. Brock. Landing from Brig Uranus. and f,r nafe br
General s,etnblip*. to as to the Election clJudjM Shell Card Case Gold and Silver Thimbles fin ic.
give BERRY A110WLES, Auctioneer B. Maxwell Elizabeth MeXAUOllT A
: of the Soil, themanagpm >nt ol the Farm, the cnbrough, deceased. Lucy ,
to the People G.uden, the Orchard the Flower Yard, and thehIoue.keepers Fan, Silver and Buffalo Combs. May 17, lSSl. 19 V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Cham- Newport, March 22, 1851.

r, SEHTION! 1. neit matted by the Senile and Department I In their connexionwith Also' French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tea pun Sims, widow and administratrix of William
nepresent Piatcd
V. the intcri'i-ts ol the Soil, the other industiul Trays, Just Reccived.a W. Sims, deceased, Martha Mason Sims, and Far- CC nuw cn Land g.
4 ietraLIendyco'zcncJ.? That the !Eleventh Spoon, Plated Spoons, Forks, Cr-am and Soup Ladle ti
Pursuit of the land, \\ill receive their appropriate ( BARRELS No. 1 MACKEREL ish Carter.
'11 CU'iseof the Filth Article ul the Constitution ". Plated Waiters, do. Tea Sets, Castor, Candle Crockery, Gjass and Stone ware
attention. U8 Ni.1 T appearing to the satisfaction of this Con.t, by
and tl aa Act entitled, Aw Act to stick" Solar Silver and silt Girandoles.AlfQ i ] Hardward and
thi Stile o Lamp
.; bf Cutlery.
fl The Suil i! of the South" ill he under the cditolial 4 0 No. 2 affidavit made in this cause, that defendants, Arthur
amend the T tllth Cau:| cf the Filth Article (I 1 fine double handled Gun, Shot and Game NaiLi. Castinges, Ac.
vision of Charles A. Pea body, Esjr., and 8 No. 2 S. Brockenbruuh,Thomas W. Brnckfnbrough,
snpet J
the Constitution oi( thin State, so that the JudgeotI flag*, and Flanks fine! pocket Knives Porte Monnie, April 12, 1831. U
6 Cot Jauics.M. Chambtrs. I r. Peabody has been for 4 kits Xos. 1 and 2 For pale by Thomas W. IJrockenbrough and John W. Bracken
CourU shall hold their offices fur the Folios Violins Clarouels and Flutes Cue Razors _
I be Circuit Port -
wilh the Agricultural Press ands infant children ot John W. Erockenbrough,
wo jcar* connected 17 1SI. 19 S. S. KNIGHT. brough,
instead cf -ha--- May i! Co. Lave
terra of eight yen : during good Strops &c.Rvct just reccired a foe
cjuall> distingtiithcd as a Piactiral ar.d Sciei.tific deceased, and Farish Caiter, reside out of the State
*ior." be, md the narae are hereby, so acidcd: a* quality aud general assortment of Perfumery, goods, such as
is the of this Court but
Farmer and Gardner. Col. Chambers one ot On Consignment of Florida, beyond jurisdiction ,
la read u olio AS, viz : That on the !first Monday &c., ic. TOWLE &; MYERS Plain and Embroidered Grenadines and
most intelligent and -ucces>ful Planters in the South. in the United States ; and that defendants, Lucy
taQ'tober, in the one human 1 eight hundred Serteir.bfr2S.lS50. 23 Choice Tallalinsscc." Bcrage", Tic, Lawn and Berate
year Liquors Pelanes.
They will l he assisted by an able corps of Contribu.torslamon per Hrockenbrouh; George S. Hawkins and Mary R.
and fiflv-thiee, aud on the first Mtn ly in October the pi act Ici1 farmers and Plar.ttrsof the I A P.OXES: "Ciibmct Ruby" Cliampai-jnc, Hawkins, his wile, Marzart t Chatnplin Sims,widow Muslin ar.d Lace Capes and Under-Ieere,

every tin years thereafter, there shall! be elected by* Lund. Just Received, IU 5 Pale Sherry, and administratrix cf William. Sims, deceased, do. do. Cuffs and Collar*.

Ihequilitied electors ot eachoi i the respective Judicial Each: number will contain Mxteen page cf quarto 1 DOZEN FLOKENCK BONNETS" :3 Brown and Martha Mason Sims, reside beyond the jurisdiction ALSO-A fine assortment I.>f Ladit.,and

Circuits ol this' Slate one Judge cl the Circuit size piinted with new $Ipncon&upeiiur white paper; I $ China Pearl do. .> Otard Brandy, 1I 2, (lark, of this Colltbut t in the Western Circuit ol the SLoc, Para-ol- end Ijidic-Silk Umhrefla.

CttUft who shall reside in the Circuit for which betaiy and lurtiii>hed to ubcrihtfts; ;it the rate of One Dollar J Lace Tuscan Io. 5 4 r.hite.F5 SUteof Florida : Gent Br-ots and Sioes of a vjiety of Sttl!*'

toeclr-cteJ, and continue lu office tor the term per amium, \\hich must be paid in idvance.OCJ 1 Albion do.I Dtinijol-n pale I Hennevy" Brand5 /. // i.'i thirefore Gnlrred, That said tUfendants IP- April 12. 2-51. li

uf six year* Irani aid .liter the fwt day of January :: Post Masters are authorized to act as Asents, 1 WindChip do.J London I)x-k Brandy, w"i-H know siding ia the We U rn Circuit of tl.eState: of Florida '"PREMIUM "
his election unless sooner removed '' do.I .
oest ucceediv and thr-y may retain in (their hands Iwenfv-fhe percent -J FrenrJi) a.-; Dicky Jt-no." a perfect Cordial, appear and an-nver the Bill of Complaint flhd in COTTON GINS.
made in this Constituiion for .
coder the provi-ioni I of all *tih.ciplioiis| collected by then, or if I White 10 boxes Lnn>!<.n Brown Stout, this caus' within !wd tonr.ths, and the di-fendar.t- TAYI.tlK & CI).. Prr prit-tor. .t Ihc.
addles or impeachment : ET.
of Judge* by d-i. *
'- Ibe removal olh.-r leaeonaltlecau they prefer it, acojiv of f the Work will be sent to Lace and Chip 10 Scotch Ale. lesi'ling beyond the limits of the State of Florida Cotton Gin Mannfactrix, hav* tke
wilful neglect ut duty, or Lace do. if*
Aud for which tdiail flet ba hU.Ltknt! ground for irafJeAcUnient I any one twelve monthraiultoufly, who will remit I French' do. The above Lqurr are such n? can IK recommended within four months frorn the date of the publication lactitn to announce tn their patioi! ,* am (ib, p.

e. nhall uf them four names wilh fir dollars. I Crape to the pitblio. TIio htt over i-.Tered: in t-!: market. ol this Order, or the said Oil! will be taken for con ttrs generally, throughout the Cotti.n ginwr. r.ssion. .
the G< vi-rnor ri-muvc any Mises Fiat
I 'C Ail OuniiiUTiicalioiis must he addressed, pe'ct t tl 1 nr.RUY & RO'.VLFA Auctk.iiet-r Ac. les-ed against them. that they aie prepared to snpj.J} 4lJ *
liii 41 the General Assembly nab
eu the a 1JlPI of t o-I o 0 Metis and Bs China Pearl hats,
nid, to Wiliuin H. CtiambPis, Putliahtr ot 'Fbe May 10, 1851. 13 And it iy further OnlerttJ, That publication cf of their celebrated PHEJIICM Giss.
PtoeiJfJJioH'iotr, Tht the cau-je, or cause, Palm Leaf do
V : Soil of the South," I'inib-is, Ga. 2ft this Order be made in some newspaper publi- bed in Where these Gins have been nee nsi-d, ,it t
such aJdrces W8nj4
bill be si fed it les: th in ei-.u-r- do
< fire Panama
VAN LKONAUD.) Committee 1 Real Burr Mill Reck.A Tallahassee once a week for the space of four months.J. be deemed unr.tcesaary for the Jtanv.tar'nie
doa the JuuniaU otta( ii : .1>nt -opitM.furt/nr, do
i R. A. WARE::, (21 f 1 rase latest t\e* Moleekin WAYLES BAKER, Judge &c. a word in their tsvor, as they (fctl cor.tii'ent
Tbftt the oatt-*.'. or canals, shall l.e notified to ti.c I ForsVeby 1.. C. BYRD & CO. FEW Hec** real French Burr Mill Bock, 18 by the 1a
removed and he shall be J. E. HURT! ) Publication. i iehe for sale and! 20th March, IS51. chiw have been brought t" such peitcrti.a
Judge *d intcndi to be ; April 12, l-r.l. II 20 size at t-it fliarpc: by-
Colmnbuo, Ga April 20, ls>5l. 1C 3m A true -Attest, their superior performance will
copy rcccnin.er.d: (them
admitted to a hcariji. in hisovvu di-k-nce, before any Newport, May 10 I, ls>l. 18 I). LADD. '
OSCAR A. MYF.R5. Clerk. in to all other Gin in ,
prefcrer re
w u. f ,
wote for uchremoval blull pass; and in ;.nucti cae, Bonnets, CLOTHINGSTOR'TInE By HUGH AKCHEK, Jr., D. C. latiildction ot tho'-e \vho h? e.not used the Gir'i.md
the vote shall be taken by seas and nays, and enter- -I received it general aortinent of Ijuie! and Flour, Corn, Bacon, &c.
March 22, isr.t. 11 4in areuiac: |Uainted nith t their rrpniatii ,,. the Pro!
tjon tb1! J-.rnajsofeaci! Uoti-p, restjectiKIy.SKC. p aiitl Summer Bonnpts., Straw and
MHSPS Sprinp rPHE underpinned Las jut received direct from New
that the
need sat, Finvr
sub oribcr 1ts 05.cued a areneral CLOTH IXGl pwtlora only Prfmmiri
*. Brit ftu-tltrr enacted. That saidelrclionfthait made in l 1 and HTllXLSJIIXG ESTABLISHMENT: one i Silk Jenny bind Hat-, (Sent. Boys anil Infants Cliin.aPearl. IOrleaiu an increased s1:7.iy:; of the following articles State of Florida--Gadsden County. have been av\anfi.d to therafor the EFT GIN .
be o,idii<*letl, ani! tl : 1 door South 411 Mewr Law t Ames hf he Leplioni : itedaf the grf airfare Fair held at A !anta
which heraft. % is< : M re w now .Middle Chcuit of 1'taridj-hi Gtt.
rte Chancery.
the manner nopresiuUe.l, or may cud \VreatIw (white and colored,) 4 and f-t tiu; bl K extra Flour, 4ft do. tttt. Pork, hUo the Alabama anil Get
at .
well cia rgia \
j>re*cribed by Uw, lor the tlectr-.n of ol Ibe J ir.eijber Governor; to ;1 (fa-J.ionablo tpoi4ii a READY-MADE n'U-ctod m-scitintnt CUTIIINO of mnrnor suited and to white and colored FIo"r Jlattin?, Fan l'arn.snls. IV 150 Packs Corn, 12 ca..ks Side, SPRING TERM, A. D., 1531. and; llechar.it's Fair, held at C<.!'irr.!>iis ; ard nrutnu!n-a) |

Congress ; aud it s'.nil be the duty rn.-illettes, aad! SJH Eludes, IVumct Sash, Keck and 4 hJag.s Pvii Coffee, 1 cas-k Porter. Archibald Nicholson, Complainant, annual Fair ff the South C'an.lina
| the istin in of VESTS and Institute
seal the con
reason ,
unh the ol! Sta1 to part at
to issue acommiirtion, r PANTALOONS Cap P.ibliorM, Mack, wlutu and tolcrwl' Satin flibb.n,. 1 barrel l.ard, 1 do.! l.ti 0.1, r*. Chailrston. The Cotton ginned on tint
receiviiisthu bighcht cutnbct ol votes of various ?4tylCs raid jiudide*;- Grif.rei
lathe peit.o-1 For sale L by IIEIll it L RUST. 2" kegs 4 >.ks ShouMcr James Nicholson and William N. Arerift, Etecu-
ca ?d the first Preraium* at the exhibition heidm
ia the Judicial Datuct in which the clccliuu ist i j white unl fancy colon-d :SIURT.S; all u.jalilie ; fc-ilk, |
# 1 Merino.aii C-.tton Un-hr slLir -and Drawer4: Gloves i April Itt. 1851. 13Received. 1 hoKsi! ul Sugar, 4 b'trrels: clarified do. tots of M.dcolm Nichoistin,rleceased,Wiley Bli w- Charleston,Ti.uth Carolina,and at evtr Fairuhft'tsample

lad.SEC. 1 U x Iwtf Toiijuo, 1 tierce thee, itt, Administrator on 'heesf.tteof Aruhella Bewiltdocfccscd nf Cotton frr.m them have been exhibit
Silk and L HandkircLicfbuHcs Sum- .
3. Bf. it further ctiaetnl. That whenever Hosiery, >no:< j *}
'f> J U.SXa 1 Mackerel, 2 do. No.2 ilacktrtl, Burreil Hinson tud Mary hi. wife, The Projuietcrs lave ii lhir possessitin
Soprctae Tits tuK-rjs Bt'lts Sbo'i'der! Braces l nccicr.
the <;Mwral A"-'eml shALt! l! cicale a separate ; ir.er S.i-pt Money ,
4 CASKS SIDES, | 2 dozen jar Brandy Peach&, ft ul., Defendants. OLD certificates from Planter, Cotton Ln.kri
tc. Ccy-
Court, or Cluu'cvry < oart, under the provi- Pur-*: Pocket Book, Coinlrt, Bru-lies < ; 8
1 this Constitution, the Judges thereof shall Tltl'XKS, CAUPET BAGS. mid l YAL1CES. 2 Shoulders, 2 L.fl tl- M4)fll'I4alhkVhakey.. ( \N affidavit, it appearing to the safi.facti of mission Merchant, and Manufacturers rf Ci.'Fon

Le loasot elected in the ma'iner provided in t1 lie first section 1 I'M KKELLAS; together with a large assort- 20 tlvrces (Suicar Cured,) PIE UUTT, PickulSoap.SUrchan-l every thin? '____/ the Conrt that James Nicholson, William F. Good, testify<; that the performance ol thi GIM'

I X. 0. usually found in a Grocery Store, which I offir fur Averilt.and V.'iley Blew itf, three of the Uelendant.in and the sample produced by I hem,
f fbii ad, and shall ho'd' IhcTr office tor the same meat of Hats, Cans Boots, Shoes, SLc., all of 4 bog4n is Sugar, cannot be ei-
term and be subject to aHth*' pro\isionsof Mtdfiis,! winch will bu sold clioiii) for ca1i. 5; 1 barn-Is M'>!a .y other house ia the said Bill, reside out cf the State cl Florida and celled by any Gin- ever mani.'ucturtrd.

action, : j'.ordtrl ?MpWIu Thai the Juves ii the W. T. MITCHELL.TallalufFro. 2U barrels extra Flour, city. Call and I see { r vonraelvcs within thy limits of the State of Georgia : All orders for Gin. given either tn rnr fravelLnzor

SaoremeConrt ball be leted Uy cf-ncral licki-t ; Mays, I i. 17 If S.i S-iperf n.- hour Mar 10, lfi.11. IS A. II. FELKELL. // it Giiltieil, That tlie said James Nicholson, local Ants, oi forwarded rathe Pmpnetorabv

and the Judges: ol" thu clianccry Court shall b< cl cleJ 2d kegt L'r.I-t I bstrreLs da Fir sale br William N. Averitt.and Wiley Clew itt.appear and mail will always receive pron.i.t attention. Gin*

fcy general Jic .'-t, or b} L>i>tuctM, as the Le&i- Notice. June 7, 1S51. 2 i S. S. KKIGIIT.Notice. Notice. ar.swer said 1111 of Complaint according to law, will be j-ent to any part cf the country, and mj.
otherwise the shall be taken
lature nuy direct.EEC. months fron this date, I shall apply to the rlOOPER.S' & WHEEL WRIGHTS WAXTED.A .- same fro confesao a* rated to give sa'.iifactirn.

4. lIe /witter c acfa/, That should a SIX eof Probate of Gadsden County ion letters '_1 mo-! .: excellent orn-nintj fir a few m>od n-cuk- to them : JOS. L. DUTTON. Aunt.Columbus. .
That of this Order be
vacancy occur in ciiher the S-ipr ne, Chancery, or 01! dismission from the administration the estate A LL persjn1! creditors, and legafc-eo, enfitlLd to men of nlmvi* trade -=, j articnlarly if tcady, indntriOIH once Piovidcd a week for ti a
Circuit Coarl, bv death, lesi iiaiion, removal, or of John B. L'urrdeceasw! 1distribution nr otherwise infirtsled in the c-s- and willing to work for rea.-unabk-pav. It world! Floridian &! Journal space the -
published Notice.
Mthcrwise.it sSal! be the duty ul the Gu eruortititoe > M. A. !DURR, AdrninMrater.GaJstlon tale oi Thomas J. TIIW nsetiH, late cf JetTersui rnun- be wore than u.ilcas tor others to ear rtaili n th' u :l.tof citv ct Tallahassee within nc-.vspaper this Circuit. -

a wiit <>eleciiou to till! Mich vacancy, and JertaU ; Countv, January IS, 1 IS1. J ni ty, Fbi ida, dcei'ed, are t.erchy notifn-d tof !.iiit! cDmin-r to NE\VI'OUT. J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJg?. T ] "undersigned having mace oir.e rrTrarrjriBL ,.
leat uixty( (huts' notice thereof by proclataitioii lo' 1S31. 13 meat in his business all
piveat I tl.c-ir claims ai.d tir4ods: within tv o uars-lroia t tin* May JOHN ERSKINi, reque-ts peKonsm-

and the Judge so elected to fill such vacancy Southern llutual Life Insurance Company date to (lie undersisnrdor tl-csirr.e will be barred ; S licitor and of Counsel for Complainant. debt d lo call and sf 111" up. In future le will keep

ctiail continue( in oiike Iroin the time be ;nalifies of Louisiana. and all ptrsrijrs iti'kbli-d to said deceased, are r.- South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. A true from the record :Attest, no b>.ok but sell his goods excu! iverv f-i cadit r

"under his r.aunissinn: winch bhnll be issued HAVIITG: b
immediately alter the final canvass of the votes by p.iny: d dwtuui-I; unnrcexsary to dinu; the zed agent and attorney, WILLIAM UUDI), it M- nticello O > / via New Vork. per "
which his ret2rtt: i is determined : Provided ticittccr, inijK'rtjinco: jti.&i.l ivaiifr of tlio mutual in,unu.>*e who is lull} authoraed by rnc to settle the in ticreca of tea buLtU eaili and fcr -ale bv and requtfstshis oldcu-tutntrs and other wishingia

That hnuld it become necessary in fill any such vacancy ;nint.iph! ', Muu'.d rc.-HCi'jiIy| : solicit theconfidcmtinn said Citato. up BERRY i ROWLES. State Florida. buy low, to sive him a calL He has on hand ajnoda.

bafore an election can be held under the r io- of the citizens
i5i3L1 01'this Cuin ilution, the Governor shall have relative u it.cau be obtained by*culling on rhc Jeffron C'-Mintj April 12, 1S51. J4 'Jin May MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.IN and Woollen Goods, &c., &c.. for Jainily and plantation

The power to fill such vacancy bv appointment, ami sub &Tibcr. S. S. KXIGHT. Summer CHANCERY. U-f5.
the f>eron to appointed mhall hold hit oiic trom thetlrte November 850. 47 tfT Bounty Lauds and Pensions.a ClothingA Archibald Buic and Ann Fuiethe! wife of tait! Archibald Jaaiarv4. 'Ml. r/2: AMOS RICHAKD OX.
his thall B. CLAlilv! Iis recr-ivrd from New
ol bis conmissi until successor be just Yoik
and John Daniel)
fr A., G.Sii.i4: P., Elizabeth,
du1e1eetedantIquhifiet1. UST rivtd and for cal l by 0. C. BYRD & Co, hlEundeisigncdii iJ j.-. a general) Bdii nment of summer clothing ot! Notice.
Mary Ann. Margaret, and Frances C. Bate infaat
enadid That the second J bbk __ ror.pett ntnl ex; rticiu'td ARCI.I in the City vjrittv and -1.le which!, will bs
Sec. 5. lie it further 1 o i So. 1 I. M: ktrd.CO every sold on the
cf \-lihisr'"n, and htin now j>ro>idfd wiih 'helappr''Xfd children ot said Archibald and Ann uie, montTia after date, I shall apply to the Knn
ctioaofsdiJ act to amend thot.vclflh cldiJeot lh 2.1 b1h. Fine Flour. r.ost rea onahle termat the well known store on SIX

Constitution ol tliis State, an-J adoptrd b>' the third !( sacks Rio Cofiee. and req'i-itt form will attei.d: to the c .I-).Il Monroe St.. formerly occnpii d by Clark .t Stilltr.au. rs. Judge ot Prrbate tcr the C.'urti cl Leon
l It el ion f f Claims by ol attorney for !flauet Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen and (or I.'tSeritof: final dismission as AdminHtrat of l the
aforesaid be and po.\ers Also fine lot of Cloth and RIck
imi fourth General Assetnblion as 1""J wicks Java Coifec. a ?, Fancy Doe-skins,
Land, Pension, and laims for Losses and Services their children, Finetta Sheffield and )Le.r husband estate of James Btackliu'ge, late ot said Ci unty,de.
the ame i is here'.iy' abolished ; but it i is hereby pro- 1 tierce Ricw.l'i ashrrin ret!Ii's, C'niM. and WMte Drillir.! DrapTfe.
Brjan William) H. Allen, Joseph Allen, ceased.
the limit Slates Government.Ofl'iccrs Sheqield
Vidf that the Ucneral' Assembly shall, by the concurrent bl.ls. Bro\vn Sujjar.il upon White and Fancy M.irsailleSjin3| and Fancy Silk
JelFeison F. Allen Laura C. Allen S'r.sannah Allen .
and foi-iicrs) cf thp war ol lbl-2, or of ,
vote of the two Houses thereof, at its m-\t \>\ Crushed and 1'owkretI Sugar. any V'estiriRs, which he is prepared to rr.annhcture' in "
John C. Allen and Thiiza .
Ann Allen and
cf Ihe Indian wars since 17'JU, are entitled to Uounly ? >, ISot. 3 firn
regular stion, elect e jme person to fill the vacancy 5000, b<"t Panatilla Segara.Aj.nl such a cunuer as to (llease the rucst fastidieus.ALS'O Daniel McKaeny.IT .
Lauds under the late Act of Conjcress. For services -
of the of oJhcecl
xvhicb will orcur by expiration terra 12,1 RSI. It -
appearing to the satiafactinn of the Court, by lloticc.SIX .
the rend i led, a nioderale compensation!I lii-( .\'fnll of Shirts Drawers Kid
tlraw terrr assotmer.t and
that Judge who tnay two car utider : Thread
affidavit nude iu this that Finetla Sheffield
said cond section which charged. upoudcli'.try of the wairant or the amount "rl-.ves Colrirs Malt-llnse Col'd. Muslin case, months after date the undersigned niU
the provisions of t isJiemn THE TRUE MEDICINAL and Silk pir-
and her hus'oar.d Lr Siu-CtlJ dj net reside in
an ,
aho cUreJ to b abolished. collected. D: P. I10GUK, Crivals, Ildkts Boots, iVc. > his arconnt* and f
FIFTU Guvun e *u ASSKMBW.-I'asswl the Senate COD LIVER 0L! G.; \V. HUTCIIIXS. April >, lb->l. 13 tf this State, bur in the Slate of Georgia, so that pro Judieoi Probate of Leon founts, a* A'lmin-'iraiff, ;

S by the Coast I'utional raajonty, December 13, i 150.Pafted 1 TSEFL'L in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, March 29, IS.,!. 12 tf cess// of subpuena thtttfure cannot OrJrrtd be st-f That ved upon said defendant'them : on the estate rf George W. Ihrtell, btt- it Leon
M ,
the Itoasc ot Representatives by the Conitilali '_) Gout,RneumatUm, Asthma, lironchilis,Cough*. : Just Received and for sale low byJ. Finetta Shtti--ld! and Br\an Sheffieki, and Coiir.ry, tlrceasetl, and apply tor a final d.scharjs:

a>l toaj rity, December, 1850. and alldiseaoes ol the Client; ad Lunts.; A supply Sight Exchange WILLIAMS answer the Hill of Cociplainant's flied in appear this collie from the administration ol saidBENJAMIN t s'a'f

al this valuable medicine i ij j jnt received, -\hich i io ( 'N NIW YOKK, SAVANNAH, and MACON within ftur: months trout the fist publication ot" this "FiYRD.. Adu'r.Fort .
No. warranted and _./ for sale ii slit 7 ANILLA and rot Rope, o> oru.-d size Str'hrr.Jararv >. 1 >1. J > n
[ 2.] pure, of very superior i.ility.] : sums to by Order, or said bill will be taken for confessed against

AN ACT In am nd the Seventecritli Clause cf the I'ors te'jy LE\V1S & AMES, TMOilXS J. PERKINS Shovels, Spad .. :unl Axe, them. Notice.

Filth Article ol the Constitution ol this State. JUay 23. I j,3rl. 20) Tallahassee, Fla. October 12, IS'O. 40 Ant Marine Rank.COHPAKY Wooding Hoc- Patent ditto! J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, fee.
Bake Ovn, lt<. t Spders, tnenlli* after dtte. I shall nuke applicaf-cn,
SECTION 1. Bf it enartrd Ly, the Scaate and A true -Attest, SIX
llause of llffiresentaticc of tha State of Florida A. E. MAXWCLL. }!. o. I.AJ.J. .ZBTNA INS ORANGE Old aid Yiniiir 'l'iviiseads SareapanlLn, OS-CAR A.copj MYERS, Cleik. Honorable Judge of Prtbjir in aol lur'N

in flwral .hit',/i5convened.. That the Sevenleettlh MAXWELL & PAP?, 1 hAil FKORI( ), COXXCCT1CUT. Trace,Fifth, II.dtt-r, Breast, Stretcher, and Leg March! 22, 1SS1. 11 -Itn County cf JefiVison, for letter* ct -ni-wn acr
discharge a* Executrix cf the last t ..1 j d rest
C'au' c ol tic Fifth Aiticle of the Constitution ATTORJfEYS AND COUXSELIX)1IS) AT LAW UILDINS, Storks, and Cotlon in V.'are-ho-jse Chains
James JL Halt late of s-atl r t" rfe-
B meat et > ;,
of this State be, and the same is hereby, so iiiajred against Icjrs bv fire. Strap hhinz'-, Patent Balances, COO lbs. Jefferson Circuit Court.

amended as to read as follows,to wit : "Thete shall T.tLI.u.t'r.r I'LOUD.i. Lir.VIS & AMES Spf\intf Knivf" and Xeodle*, IVretioion Caps, ANN PART

le can Salicitor lor each Circuit, who shall reside _Fobroarvfi. January '>, t-5./J. ; Agents, I allanas e. Ct'IIi ( MtI-d! i, Cutton Can., ThermometerSp -", IN CHANCERY. JeCTersoi County, FeLruarj S, i-i: > Gin

therein and shall elected bv the nualiiied voter Cut XaiN, Wrought NuiN, H[ore Shoe Nails, Paul Ulraer, Executor of t J-n! A. Cuthbert, dec'd.
of such Cucuit, f.n the first Monday October, in Clothing. A. B. CIAUKS, \Vlii'Imr and C.uie Sat ('leur\ V'illow Wngrins, againatJamesGa'JadenEitzilliamBjrds3lland

the rear one thou
i>ad"every four >.ears thereafter, or at such times aIhe Coats; do. Blue, Green, and Brovni Cahhnicrette < ed the interest cf Mr Potash, Sal So la. Indigo. Jlue. Madder, and heirs of John A. Culhbertdeceased. ? taken up hi4 abode i? Ti..a'Ki! e, andT f '
General Assembly may by law prescribe, and Frock aud Sack 0 *it\roikmauhbij> of ivbich is \nirraated. -a-FAVIG JL Slilhrari in their olj business, can l-e S"u.ons* superior 3; c 'l'iibac'co, Kail Road Snuftu TTPOX motion ot Cornpbinar.t and if appearing practice in the Courts'- :* .Cucle f. Land

- fibril receive lor tits services a compensation to be Jiit nceived, and for -alu i Lonii nt the New f-iuid) at I their old stand on: jiloni! tic stiect, 1in: \ra, and Java CVfii, coar.-e it fine Salt, \J from alKdavit torny sati-faction that defendants ol Franklin and Jack-B C-iunues.

fived 1aw. Stow. < nn, Adamantine, Star ami Wax Candles J J Gad dt-n and Fiizwilliamrdall[ be-
by CLtliinjr W. T. MITCHELL. where lie will receive few from T VorV ames r.esidc March 0, l l'S() V _
ill a days ;CaV
SEC. 2. fie it further cnarted. That such fleclio&ichall May 17, lt.>l. 19 tf the Boxt.Brown Sm.p, ditto! fir the Toilet, jond the limits Of the State of Florida, the one in
one cf most c.nnplpie as.stiilnient ti>l licaJtinte
he held and conducted and the: returns ,- Green A Ilk.; Tea, Pickle, Lemon Syrup. Claret. South Carolina ami the other in New Yorkso that Valuable Plantciaar tinr Stile

tb&zeo1n3de, in the stne; manner a* is now iireFCrib > Ice leo Heal cool Ice t'/ot/iin d : and! GentltinttCa fancy Cvola S il
ever offr-- ia t s.is mark* t. ANo, a general a--iort- TIlE "
d by Uw, or may heieaiter be prosciibcd by Bacon: Lard, Flour, Mackerel, upon them : f.irmerly reaidati. n x"i nr nea-
T OTS (.1 the C! ftuff di l livorod from the Icu mont of French, /JiVi, ami Kel iun Clvtlit,
]* >, for the election cfncnber to Conguts from -tJ in Loaf and Cra-hed Sugar, with tic! usual grind as- It thtrefcre Ordered, That publication be made Lake Eri Mi.ntairiRfr < '. UK .; vrucli svm
a Honv tie! morninsy at il rj( crntji Blutl an-l FaiifiiJ.ts.ij* 0 nil Csissiaun, Hire
this State.F poi pound R/rtiient of article- the foi tour months ia Tallahassee undtr : _
Dry GiHxlaShoe" a new-paper publiM'ed arc clfiind ;u..I! enatra. a err.
by the sUaII j'iantity, cud two ct'iteanduLalf bv anil rigU'-ml S'e/'f. Satin, Cazhwtre, and I'eltet
FTM GENPR M. A 'Ksrai.v Passed the Senate I I hats, Ifardwa'-e. ('rockery, Saddltrv, Florida, rpijuiiir.g iid deleiidaiits GziUdrnan is a crmfi-rt.ililf frame DwIri.: : wI te3i-
the hnndrx! wciLt.. All ojis from abro l Vetting, \\blch he is prepared to manufacture at
the Constitutional niajol its, December Zfl! jvr ; cui Coach Trimimi and Di.mestk) 1 Jlrilatl; to ilnnur the Bill TLj ?* .
by l&'ij. lAne plead, arer, cr lo <-essary out Louses iCo. aiu. a
hive it packed in boxes cr cuds with dust tin* hoi lest noiice) and in the most approved sllc.Tlif
1assed the House ol rrt.8en1niives by the CoimtitoUonal Raw ns re- Room is reouired of before the first in
( -Jired. DANILL) LAtH n-min'mity ccnerallv) arp pcctlullv requestwlIn to enumerate Fancy Articles. Complaint en or Monday September many adtaltngesas it adjoins ii wto

tnijority, January b, IbOl.Omcr Jfewport, May 10,1851.I 18 tfJook call and examine inj s'ock' hf lore purchasing eUcwliere. (C'onclit-ku next veck.) t next : the range is verJ good fet' cate.iiii The Ye's-

'l'ahlihasst-eOetober 12, 1S-10. 40( April 19, 1831. 15 Prodded, A copy of this Order be duly publULcd p rtaml! Gurgia Plank 5oad trLi p- uithin4

or SncRFTAUV or STATE, ) !for four months, as herein dirrcN-d, pilot to the said 44'.(> yards <.f the dwelling and I :L: k trti:l clin
at This !
'J'ftIFaJwuee.MIV I, 1S51. J I JOHN PilATORIUS Clothing' first Monday in September ( l i) nest. ', c.r through the wLofe length cf r-r Plantati.

ICnAQLE. UOWKING, Socrt?!tiiy ol State, do ltUU 1L'SIELS CORN, received a gone-mi assotlm of Gents and March 29, 1651. J. WAYLES BAKER, JcJge. and when this Road is completed vhuh is mderc

Lereby eerily the forpgoir to be true and con eel 8'Oo) pounds Sidos, i[:or TIlE L.VTC VIS"! OF CULL U I'K.VTCHIUS,] ,JTST Spring and Summer Clothing., Fur sale A true copy-Attest, tract, to be tlctic bv the h.t of Januanr. 1332 '

fopiec of th*original Acts on file at my officp, and 40io: M' Shoulder, %A TOli.1) infurni lii't friends end the ]iuhlr; low by liGht & RUST. C. G. FIFE, Clerk. Pliintatioa on the wfeole line cf the Road will scrp

Ler vith puhlish in pursuance of the provision of 1200 Bv ?ar-aircd lian ? \ Uuit; !h. hatd..'-!u tit' Mi.n: lately occupied April 19. 151 15 April T 12, 1S51. 14 4m it for convenience, itc. It Is now offered fui' jtle i

IhaConvtitution relative to Amendment and Ucvitiooof 6 tierces liii-p, _jt.h.v 0. H. Blood. 811(1 l adj-.i'iintf the fetnre lately bargain. IVrnms tesirnus of pureha- p?. wil ptt2.

IteCon-'titution. lOu barrels- Flour, DOWNING Stale.i3isi. SO IVk
C. W. Secretary 6ta 4 t', attend to tIM cll.! and \vairs 4f tio"c who may be BUSHED heavy white Corn, SPRING TERM, 1831.G. For term. iU, apply to rue at mvFvrt

; 17For Io *' Whiskey Jard-1Okcgsdn.and lifjr-e l to jiiitroni/c him in liin line of I Iusinp. ._) 200 Oats, M. William-! Stniniburr, Ha.
mot /
Sale. flung '!1se that be wanted every lie has riceivctl, toy the late. urrivaK n ifivice end KO bales Hay, Attachment BENJAlliX BYKD

stiireut may can S.be S.bought at the vdl-tehtttd tufijily / Clollit, t'l'ft'nm f t, Yct>tln
------ A LIKELY nijro GIRL, about 14 yws of aRe, KNIGHT. I'dra y G 10
llaj 1851. 18 lIE defendant and all others interested in tbe
juset udk. New Voik
to plantation acccp- March 22, 1851. 11 T
Ji KA:; If Y-MA U K rr. O TjflXG, above suit, will take notice of the comnH-neemeiit
taken tie*nJ. -
lance in pa\taent. Eacon &c. All af wiiich, 1 flitter im 't-lf, arc equal in style andluaty rpHE undersized hereby give notice that
19 IS51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. Notice. t thereof, and plead to the same ncciirdiiu; to law. '
April '
the trefilcial
offices will be fur
TUST receivetl frcni NunOrlcrn ( and finite a* t'fiiji, u- any oihers that will be A. K. ALLISON, s-jvctive (pen
---- ,
-- W.
---- Just Received. .' and T.tlUihapsee, per Pcttes f'iuji.1 iu 1liU rmukct. Ho \vil1 give rarti1L\ atteii.tAohi SIX mnntlis after d-ite, I shall apply to the Judge March 22, 1851. 11 Attorney for PlaintiK business, from y to 2 o'cliek, CVLday's ds!

to his bu mif4, and hoj cs he will merit a liberal f Prolate for Gad den Cou1:ty Ion a final setlle- excepted.Tlie .

1 ffflUU'U\ BUSHELS CORN, 15000 pounds M iliJdlinjrs and Shoulders, patrtciae fr .ni tht.: public.XocuUr23. ineupt and di-ichaigclicm the estate of l Hardy Shep- Notice. necessity and prorrlety rf regubra ctIcelfiei
2SOO I bulk
10.000 pounds Sides, Pork, 1K>0. 4G tf and, deceased. 1L S. SHIIPAPiD: Adm'r. hours of buiness in public I'fiu'es, are recogDffl*'>.
indebtt to the estate of John
Cua0 ShouiJers, 4 20 Isamls il. ss Gad-den County, January 11. Ibol. 1 frn ALL persons Fergu law and uaage, and ere too -JL\Ion* to require op3"aticii.

J2'i' barrel Hoar, 5 extra nil superfine Flour, Pure Sulphate of Quinine. late of Washington Counts-. decea.-i'd, arc 2
T; casks reqi'.c-tt'fl v' make to the midcrsi-jiieil nr.d
2 fu ar-curcd lUnis, Tork.Or payment ; Si1-
C. W. DOWNING Strrctary
20 Whisky, 5 basscd T lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and tlio-e hr\Ing dutnahdnj>int the same, are hcrihynotitied .
JOHN BEARD. tmptrolltr.W.
10' MonouyjhehVhiVey.. 0 barrels iaily Mess Beef, fitly ounces ot Sulphule of Quinine, uhich t thev \ BARRELS Mess Pork,landing from Brig Ura. to prent them within the time prescribe by Treasurer.IX
'. 4Mco 1are tupply ci| c ery kind cf Groceries, 20 kegs Lard, have, obtained din-ct Irornlhe manulactnrtis, and .J\J\ nus, and fur sale! byMe'XAUGlIT law l ,or tie payment thereof will be barred. S. WALKER. iq. fvtlie L'

\vMcn will ba eold as low or tt lower prices than C a' GoJicn Batter, they will warrant it to be a superior article. i ORMOXD. JAMES M. LONG, Qualified Executor. R. hAYWARD Clerk Sij. (Coutt
anjother house in this place. Call at the subscriber 2 tierces suar-cired l mnokod Beef, U'e have enlarged our stock of Drug and Medicines Newport, March 22!, ISZII. 11Coflbe Wai-liingtonCountyMay 3, 1Sl. 11 6tNotice. February 1 1S51. 4 tf
barrel by remit arrivalsand are prepared to execute ) -
L New
elsewhere. .
before purchasing Syrup, -
_ *
April 10, 1S51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.( 400 bushels Coni. ordcin lor articles in our line, \\LolesaleorretaiI, Sugar, Soap, &c. Leon Female Academy.rpITE .

The above goods Mill IK sold reasonable on the most accontnodalin, terns. ( SACKS COFFEE,
on tcrnis.J5ERRY .g months after date, I shall opply to the Jude tsi
Boots A 1UAVL1S, Aucliwiecra, ic \Ve have also a few accounts yet dnc to us forth'- .4. If 10 barrels St ijart's yellow Sugar, SIX Probate of Madison County for letters of disinission Trustees of the Leon Female Academy that t#.

year ISIl). Tl.ey are enf-rally in small amounts, Pilot Breud tlii* method ef informing the public
DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patt-nt$ Rjaiik Boot May 10, 1851. 181A 5 from the administrat-ou of the estate of '
1 Aprils, 1851. 13 JAS IL GAJ1I5LK.PJoxvs. but, if the v\ hole could be' paid shortlx_ it would go 6 Crackers, Daniel Flinn, deceased.SAA1UEL. have(pt.ne(1 the above In.-titution, under the Can'U*nFl1**

___ 1 riECliS PLAIN STRAW 31ATTIXO, l.ir towardsliquidatingceitain sums which we owe. TO boxes family Soap, WILLIAMS, Adm'r. teiltit lice (.fV.. P. Cnrcu&iutf, of St>uth t*

IU 5; Colored di,,. LEWIS &, AMES. 24 f-ujionor Tobacco, Ac., Ac.' March 22, 1S51. 11 Cm which Institution will afford all the advantagolthon.ur it

; X A CAST Swwps in ttcrc, and f.>r sale at low For pnlo by C. C. BYRD & Co. JuneS, 1R.0. 22 Landing from Brig Uranus, mat for sale brMcXAUGllT'.t h and refined education. We hope to Cf pla"V4

411Ju rates. JAS. B. GAilBLliA April 12 U51. I U t OllMOXD.NewjKirt on such a ft>otir a Notice.
jiril 5, 1&5L 13 New Goods. March 22,1651. 11 ing our children from home to acquire I ITrrma kIIOWi"! "

Spring Goods. OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of SIX months after date, I shall make application per Session of Fivt .hfv.nlA&

Law Firm. r PIIE R b criber i is owning ttviJay a email invoice Hritania, and Bright Metal Ware, Bacon, Lard, &c. the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the The First Cln-s, in \\hich will be tauglt all the 1 hi!(

A BREVARD will practice in co panther J. of l>rci>s Goodi, Lonnet Ribbons, Florence Silks, consisting in part of Tea and Collee Pots, French Bacon Sides, County of Jefferson,lor letters of dismission and discharge branches of an English Education, id0***'

BEARD nil the Courts of the Middle Circuit *fHonda.
OiUce iu TjJLJiaabets.JOHN Aprils, It51. la JAS. B. GAMBLE. Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake Rues, lo barrels Mess Pork, Ebenezer Folsom, late of said County, deceased.All .- Secotnl Class-Spellinr| Reading, GcorgrapJ,

BHARD, 'annisters, and) a variety ol other articles, which 25 Flour, persons herein interested,are hereby notified accordingly. Arithmetic, English Grammar, Natural H -

a T. W. UREVARD. Spring and Summer Goods. they otter for sale //on reasonable terms. 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, HARDY MOORE Ancient and Modem H*
4 tf Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin a Jellerson County, December 7, 1S50. 43 6mNotice. tory, Composition, C)
Februaryl,1831. JUST received a general assortment of Spring and 15 Whiskey. tory, Recitations .
Goods, to which we invite (lie attention Ware of every description, manufactured here by Just received per Selir. Barnnrd, and for sale bvMcNAUGHT ThirJClass_Spelling,ReadiEg.Writing.Antnmetic -
lair .
Shoes. of LUJCIP before elsewhere. good wmkrnen.and at prices. AORMOXD.I English (,rafl "
) rereivJ Lead Pipe Sheet Lead, Copper, Zinc and Cistern months after date,the undersigned Admini.-'tra- Geography, History, i$ ('
l fc" ADIES and Gcnta IlubU-r Ovmboc*.ju.t April 19, 1S51. 15 HEIR & RUST. Newport, March 22, 1SSI. 11 SIX mar,
\ ed. JAS. B. GAS1BLE.Aprils Pumps fir sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job oCthe estate of Walter Blackburn, will present Wntinf, 100G
Fourth ,
1651. 13 Work executed faithfully and with despatch. Now or Never."O ida final account and vouchers to the Judge of Pro Ctass-S'pe1bn' fl
Boots and *
Slices. Music, -
*4 'WHITE & CO. bate of Jefferson and ask Jo W
County, a discharge from -
:: ARGA1XS to be immcJJ -
bought of the subscriber
French -
?I Hats.HEIR % 1 T7INE"' Sewed and P< gcd Calf Boots; Congit'S SeplcmW2l l lo. 37 $if diatcly, two likely ncgroe guts Approved New said estate. BY THE TRUSTS*

I j fc RUST are now opening an nssoitrnenl -*- *. Cnlf, niiri! Kip Shoes and BroRans.t York acceptance taken in payment for same-call on ELIAS LASTFXOER. 1 tf

::7 Spring and Summer Hats, ol the very latest f .. <>j>cucd and for &ale cheap at the Now For Sale. April 1t 185L 15 S. S. KNIGHT. February 1, 1851. 4 rm Januaryhl,1851.

4 style. Apri1i'JlJ. __J 35[ CloUJuj; Store. A LIKELY and able iicp-oo fellow wocl to the Brandy.

W. T. MITCHELL Tiu ientine bu.dines&-to be w>ld low by thier'ub- FLETCHERYILLE Notice.SIX .

Blacksmithing.rr May n, 1651. 17 tf scriber. S. S. KtflGHT.Apiil HOUSES months after date, I shall apply to the Hon 1 CASK verysuprior Brandy..taILaAfBLZ
HEundertigntdrcHjieclfullj Informs (IS SIGHT OF TUOMASV1II.E CEOECIA,) April 5,1851.
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1'J, 1S51. Judge of Probate Ion the of Gadsdn
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J. the public generally that, baying CHARLES W DOWNING, PRIVATE BOARD, all things included,at $10 per fcr Ii tiers of final dismission as Admin-

: ,,,...., -- ea11)lOyed a s'jpctior horse Shiner, he i is ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Superior Green and Black Teas Travellers accommodated, without LI i ivptor Utratrix of the estate of William McGriff, late ol Notice This.

$ flow prepared to execute all work in that Hue in a ,a heap cheaper than Cot'.on sell*. said County deceased. HAVK hand at this time and '
usual term Tall&hasso?, Florida. CASES:; euprrior TEA. wliirh can Iw r -cotnmcnilnL I on C$1', *e
manner, and on 3 I P. SMITH. .
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