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 26, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00129
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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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and fc.ku a drive out ID J'jikc\ilio T A Yankee ia a Cotton Hill.ft John Jokes' Party.At [/ //.r A'n/ViirWitr.S--S ] :

MOMi AV present notwortliv
i>u Uc head ; Li'*, go at unce," said I to Le compared to the glory that flnll arc be revealed inox" Did yon ever see, read, or hear tell of A Washington! to tr-3 Presidency there was a The saucy amid may ti.- her lieu'!. ? '.
_. ,11. ;. K0r nwilvntd will ticvor gf'k thwmpln) D iclc. Green IV in a cttn mill ?" party in Virginia called "th John Jones par.fy. Wlrf-ij olc, Lcr bu-te! Liu Ties im;
r ; monor-iwrtr* *. hr ttnsraselws flit was, a fvsi" afternoon, and it be- ftTt I'ray.don't ansver rashly ; don't looj-our- ." Now the said John Jones was a man Bo; mine to |>rai< > m artlex lays. S

1 'Til cL 'riWi: .. uiL I v. ,Itil i iMldii; tl.ttJc u a new t-ra. To be sure, it was a step ta My Orcr rough arc worn roads and oad w ur.be with the Lull-side march self now among Yankees in Coal Screens," of talent,and a plotting shrewd fellow, possess The graceful girl with l-rw-che* on.

L.1'Z, : : .) '" / Lt'i. vhkh uo OUtS ken iu tUe dark, !>ut 1 om hoped it would I 0! city of our God, I faia up would steep bee ; Yankees in Hot Rath?," Yankees in Uestoratenrs mug all the requisites; of a politician! except The rx 4tieoat! m> m'rc shall tkt, J

..., cp1, t ? lead to Lappy results and plenty of rcaJy Thy pastures green, where peaceful waters glide.ify ," and answer unadvisedly-yes!' personal popularity. To overcome this deficiency But On in Ii ul* 't-c shape f "witt f9 erne; 5 ft

,, -p, j -t1 .>' v i"f: t '" pnniil' ru oiuv. Landf are weary toiling on, Mine is a yankee in a new phase. Ills dilemma in a contest: with a more popular can Those it*Linbd place shall, with Lcld mt da the t ffracc;

V tVit !' V -'. hv: f1''" ''!1oT4t; t1l!. In
"'r 7b. i'4i'. :i' { fl'd to One morning tha door bell ; itto O! citr of o ir rang cosdr robf
." w: /.r' tu li" j i)'Ir. A.d cb actd !)$ about uiac o'clock. The seruswcrid I wgh to gain thy glorions mercy-seat *. Til plain unvarnished facts in the case," Washington, and upon this point endeavored list goodness rzc!with what rntche if they* ou see, .

: fi' It; u i ltr""> !' '"" J'r per va zz th( suuui( is, and cariiud astai.s My garments,, trovel-wvn nd rtaminl wi*% dust, as politicians sny, are these.'' A raw, straw to place his rival in opposition. To carry Such beauty EJW)ti the LrcecLca
,.- :t !' ; -.i 'l!a:" '" K'l> leiedj hi fl to lur IIitrs. Thu bt-li rang Would flh rent f un by binaJf.briars.and oh Iir1 tiu-rns l, mv that crowd uiy way, halted, sandy whiskered, six footer-one oft out his object, he called a meeting of the muslin ilrcwc-s, wUte sn
t ".'' P'r i sriti agrua; and there cmue a pt-coud bill. A third Spotlesb mid white in beftvcHVunclonoed rijjhtanunes., e purely uninitiated-cai.io in yesterday people of county iendly! of the election With fctiry: fui ":rJ btit.hes .Jn, ir

lj.t.M, : i s : iJ1 L1 everything li.na, and: ; otlter W11. Mrs. J-hiphra&ia Tor- ra- from Greene, with a load of wood for the of Gen. Washington. On the day appointed,. :I fear y oar day IKM pa.9c<\away

VIIMII;. ti. bout b*'! an to grow Jinufd.IVdM'irl My luijtitity eyes are and weary, looking at the sin, Factory Company. IIavng piLd his wood Mr. Jones appeared, and was, on motion of a Since womii put the Lree(L-$ MIAh .
soora the earth '
I: d'' M.-IN w.-. 1' ai: indii..tia1 of more / caui aloi g the dinner hour. It 0 ti'y of our GcfJ, within ujxin; thy walls; to the satisfaction of the Kqnir< ," he baited 'fiiend, made chairman. He opened the pro. tren-s-cky! ; the KrJ may say, .

,, ,;. u-.v at- 1i: ii;.: ..IrlfounU t: l\iw Tuiiiaboc,. Es
: .. j- } 11' U tt- j4 '- u.-1 ::1t (ho Inbli M/ heart i it weary rf it* own deep "in- all the way from thence for that purpose? and services of Washington, but taking care I To liorneli pet a pair malt of who's brecceea notataid. 5 .
tt I I :" 4': All Ii1g the 7 pn!, hp anxiously scanned iuniaff; r< peutW, hiunn? sMH away; Tl-en, after investing: his available capital ij only to speak of himself as Us early patron on.Sltell S I,

., ;: ., .. ; : ." f- ..t'trt-s of Ii4 5f trying hw'verjr best When t-ftJl flAt H>ul thy! gli iiouspre ei ce feel, the pareha-: of mot beer and gilgei: bread at and most devoted friend, and concluded by' Whatever mater him feel frora Lead to heel,

?- : it u Hil-J lur._4 b< u, no < iavj inc her a<> f1iig supremely happy iut1 And find its guilt, dear Savour, washed away! Ham's, Le started to see the eit'," filling proposing to form a arty to bo called the. lie luw no right eke, by be day latches cr uight on,

: ::1 : i ,1! :, '{ II.T, to v& :Ierg i :::;.l Inf; tLc pu.ilcp.> ol' | .\iag her dear Lus- Patience, r) or soul! th) Snvjour% feet were worn; hid countenance rapidly with bread, and true"and only sons of the Taller of his Conn-' To put a pair of trashes en."We ,

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1 1I < \{ ri'<-.iuu ou l.-r facLc; looked foi IL His ararhien'p t.aorti.1 ceb htoinc tliuricd', sml trav with<-l-wani.tar aria old ;' He reviewed the iron foundry and machine consideration of the meeting the following Without a ra the graces tritches tree co,

\ 1 Vi iitel the felighcst trar.. f it fa v.-sln. fi.rjy. slu-p, and was just opposite the warp-mill as resolution : But O Cad Zixfe. how xrwiUit foot

4 '' hi *b r.aI i n? bear It was too jorj-lexiig.: TSwre Rat Euphra- Love jLi.u the pH h of .rr-rr. that He trod, th- 'hands' weie gig< in fron dinmer. Tliegit Resohetl, That we are the friends of Goo. Should ea;h one put the breeches onf .

.'rtrt l: \, <> -r.iab: : mt wi* marx itI, and hi-V wuita her iuilnne, over iiguinst him at oq!'f'iou city l ,tj'o, and,r Gt.t wnil{,in we]iati scmOiall< ,ic<> for>*thy* rest; Is were hurrying in as only factory girls |, Washington, Msq., and will sustain him in the When \roraan*svhi.iiItirredaLit, "

:i i J i :v <>;' i >i "": itt- *t.1hJ t u him, a*> ( tlxi"'v t' t4-a laouniaiu of gold, s it were. Thy gloriuu.- wuiIN Lf.nc of thu lured and bleat can hurry, and Jonathan, unaccustomed to | coming election for esideikt against all other I The first reform she pitches oa, '
I'. U "- ; "I* 'u:::1'4htit'd' I for \urt.ihis! rtiicl', bi- nut aLlu to piv2c offcvc'ii such an array of plaid shawls and hood bon- candidates. she may, with least defar, '

":. ::4.1: in'V f 1 1'i">! i "'' '''is Nodding a sYujy; fc.ik fo: i Its curface, She was as Blitz in a Tight Place. t nets, deposited his goad stick upon the stairs Gentlemen," said Mr. Jones, "the Chair Juatdrawa'pair of ureeclre on f

,h !, ! 1Tfl as a doIL-iunt: cc ol, Fommor's morni !i: Signor JJlita b will known throughout tliis amid! stalked in to see what the trouble was.' ia now about to put the question. The Chair B3Ilg. Good. I

'jldm: kevhnv, r'(1 i on th? ther liaitl, was burning up withdih.i'j country as the prince of inzgicians and ventriloquists 1 The clatter of the machinery, and the i h hopr>s that every one will declare his srritij:j Ercrr mind has a mission to fufiian! in-

i : nr..t.; | >tiiiUiKiit! : and chapmIt who can hocus pocus \thitig in- S movements of the operatives soon absorbed merits for or ngar.ft.: All! those in favor of Uacnce to bo felt, either for good or evil! ; ami
I ,1 ? :jt : v.:i.J eiiJe. .. u.r,; a time_- I A4: (cl.irod i uitLi: hiaisflf that Lo co U |I ((0 other places in the most hspphV-ible and !hi-i whole attention. B jug, howevor, of an the resolution will say 'aye.'" | none are so lost, so degraded, but that some

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I : : !tr; < r v.s i.uv. <',id hmsan i-T'u-ji.-iiioe, letter die at once I.wrapt in astouitJiaieut at his astounding feats. i I which was calculated to perplex one whe ,er. voices.Now i bf sorn-and that little spaifc, though faint I

.S.- l '' ::1 1. 'I ( iL.Ti: IKe alie: in thh ?rs] nsf j He can throw lib voi.-t> into any Kp"tvithin |jobsenalions in mechanics hud been confiucJ'' for the op-toritioD," said Mr. Jones :: and feeble, may kindle a bright and glowing .

:al\ -i. i i i ', t"-j.\Vr v.iii ali VUUZ I So he at In-t merlJy! remarked to his wife: hearing di&tasices and can imitate the laugtuge to threshing machines and corn shelters, be 'i" all of the contrary mind say no.' Hame. Say not it is too insignificant, too

: ] .' \ !'' I ** 4j>i]jL'L l.l iu'J-! K'r:*! rah: wus there auyiliiug brought of anhnale themselves. lie is noted i began to posh vigorous iuqniries in all diroc-t j I Not a voice was heard. The dead silence j I trifling toaecorrtpfish any useful end. Tial- I h

,4. *'"' 1 '4 .4 ". !i >:v i'.I> r.orni; ; li r me i'' I I for his tact and scif-po.-ition, and is i ualiy. ;t lion;* In this way he mad himself aeqnamt-j seemed to confuse Mr. Jones a little, and he. j ever is good is uo.-thy of cultivation. 17ia I
-* 1 L t equal to any emergency in \\Iuchhe finds ed succegsfeliy with the internal : said, Gentlemen do rcie. The Chair can't utile of Truth
; i L'lir i". ? Oi. 1-.-, tin?: she vIk.J; ; tier! wcrtl external and! germ you throw by the vrav-
r .', 1 fhuiU lilifiiiv '. j kiuvelf ILtCCd..e I! economy of Ticker Beater' decide- a disputed question, when nobody side, trill not le lost it
| i Vx'IV < <: < bill a f): Inrn- liinau1 c)1idiOflCt'f j Lapw iud- [ 'hall not perish; no
.,' u' ,: ;n.a VIK- kt, \v i uu 1 1 t\i\ f f t-1Ihflt_ : nud one t.iig! or another; but I \\ never knew the Signor 'set back' and er," DonLlerjuitl Feeder." By 2 o'- t' votes t'other side, EO that the country may I it will be guarded and r.tittnrpd by angel*
;ic m,.M I'r--lous iir d iu'witcliiuir i i t r'iJ tacuj 1)LrUc1iarI'-yOU know that'su compkJeiy Habbergasted' but once, and then ; clock he had extended his researches as far know who are the true friend of Washing and shall flourish forever We should riot

,. .:- !1. < .! i'i !1t- !.') i % iitliau .jt a I.13 'fc biifiiiKVh." i it happened iu a country town in Connect icnt, as the Breakers," and "Finishers." ton. fai', then, to speak one lind .vord at least to .

.I : : : !%1u :. '. .- Ui--n :i i'ul lur Ainiiturcr' enquiied I on this wise. The signor, contrary to hIS j|, lie reached the latter jast as the card strip- Upon this appeal of the audience rose and I cheer the wounded spirit Think, not, v.tea

: -t t, t tV -'.* '' '/ a li .' i'ILU TIT.J tl:t' aintjlv.1 Tum. || usual custom, had confuted to stop"at this! rer was stripping the flats.*' In the operation said that he perceived the dilemma in which ; sortie wanderer crosses your way, that a

S. I'. ) > >- U : ( Lli.:->.]!' hija Ui'c'- *' V(' dc.r, I paid that and to< !c a receipt, 1 j' town on his rout through New England by | the cylinder of th'j card is exposed to >j! the Chair was placed, and in ord"r to relieve I word of warning will be of no avail; though '

r: !i. f T. 'but I'jo' < thr'--} uir: ii''rso.ial niattors, you !j the assurance of certain persons that it would 1| view, and is seer rcvuh! ing with a very pret-I I him from such a quandary he proposed to a- I the erring one may scorn y"nr counsel, that

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,j S J :h: j th.ttv li, \\ i.) !>ioae!' f 1 1'Jh ;r4.wh io'.i oa it-at/ih/ i4d iiaii; when \\ scarce and die free list' small. lie ac- '. p't-try of motion' at a safe distance, oar hej j Washington and Jyfm Jane* for Congress." I the sj. kit that hath gone astray hack to tlia
cordiagiy gave a sent* of ptrformaacfs in i a must needs introduce \ f.accept the amendment aid Mr. Jones path of virtue. Words
.: 1' i'.' \ > H nih ta. i Ji ; .' > J ': lili ii" liiij t i i ii:i ; jj-hi. in jUit l.joki !g ;it them to ivwljiit 1arg<- hall in die principal tavern in the1 place, to get a nearer view. This move "and the "Chair will now put the question as i love, will nevor be forgotten ; faith ful memory
.. which was a large old fanhiojwd brought his nether I amended. I will treasure them -
j habilimenU" and
I t \-4: (!, -y w-i'. into dan- j up, the fitting tiina
S. hall u&5 crow-Ld to itj full, Lvrous the I All who are in favor of Gen. I will for them
: i> U.<-.i' .11"' -' ilJUti'' filal .I. \:4s } 1t .rSPCj (4'itiy tf n151i t on each ; proxiaiit- geaiing of the next Washington come to do their good woik.
"i the cicnings.juid every tiling warked to ad-1 card', and thert-hy hari tni! ." for President and John Jones for Congress Thiak not, then look kindness
'ii >...! 'j'liv. a'j tuts Ji4 if1; : -ts, ;s'.lly oHuIn' a I a an act
l i ; I' i i.1-1! i'"i': ct i li. \- I *_ \% Lj., iiaiioi i iI ;; : I'ntii the last evening, when a mis- j '- Yoa.Isay She gois poet, don't she, will please say aye." of love ; however trilling may seem the wrfe '
chLt l .i'i ; finier C4)nwivd the idea of i Ioss: C' said Jonathan "Ayp, aye," said Jones and his brother. of admonition
: ;. t i l.rj.-, i S ui ;.} r .i- !f-.t: .;. :he co..U wi\ s--i, < \ vary- enquiringly. ,thiiik them not thrown
: i.tL _4 I -it. 1 t (S :.t.rt:1jn.I: [ I She dua't do anything else/' ;| Sam. TLe Chair hesitated"put the coa- Swill
: : u j jU < i'< responded i ;
/: of fve! t/u; of tb.* iuj-t t. .nilar things iii fWi : t'sc btrijtper. Rut must be careful how tran-, said a hundred voice*. .?,.
: r tt. ; -P. 1-mg. his'old t'.i.-ud IHokj..- -? _J yt.u i r _.. ,.& multi- Bad even here on earth, a full .nJ satisfactory
t.' Ttt t when: the >iffm>r hill I aa anuia5wt; rfWtf-! \ 1rtmjiat ; ;1:1; hiwr.rc._; ivu.tr tut1 : reward.
; 1 IHJ t) Well, i/t.'k, "kmv jrm-j ii TouiT froi.j Oxfanl the _ _
: s t'' .1 v.-;i's'! Peter ia tie cliiai..oy; whirh wa1-1 miu? f. ? iert at Gentlemen," said Mr. JOHPS the Chair' .
1 ,4-1 I .'I J U.i:ii'' I it 4J u*1'.v "' ; m here drawn into that t t
,- A -r' *". ii itunu-d on one sid<* of the hall, ni'artlio; 'Mj j v. -i y was very that there are -folks in this meeting OZThe: New Orleans licaytme discottrs-
ii ." >!.- *II IS ** iI'\ :. \v w !< Vt.) Jim.pau ; !' perceive,
< uhol'J
Mi 1' IT ; til.1. The aiorctnid that' c.rd sir, and before assistance could 't
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: wa1 aw aro any what don't belong to our party ; they have' } th thus in regard to the origin of the Bloorrt-
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pr ti
;l- Ji'fclu3 lift i : ti theunokc hou-'c/ w'u-h! his daily sliffj: of i i ibatoti rL-u< i lain h i hereto I therefore [
tbit it vr,1I !, come agitate. adjourn' er costumi :
; S t.iio in ii Jii.iu'ijr'j -' ". "' Ii; 4.j i": tur"into 'No. 1C extra cotton "
I was cured was Mtuakd the bt-lt super yarn. "
which he left the chair
!n4 u ;K' S *uiy hi. >. lijiirlv htrd: t mi aj'th-rturt' in the main i iamno at that I ;
,"" tUlln -' i 'ii.' 1.,i i Lis-t "i !,*>, *' :If as veil a did liis w.t: tered Jonathan. amidst shouts and huzzas for Washington, I the result of accident, and have not been the S
1.-h" H pl.m} i tia'.e acrers to tin* tiuo which 1 La from I i and for John Jones.-Gcvrgia Enquirer.

1; :, _: t ::; ; :i' iit : >1 ; j'UJtici.14.h: wliva feh-1 h.'li I the pur t:.-- li.t.-j.liK'e t.) die hull room. lie aecoriUiiij'v Fact, ir," conti'inrHl Stripper, and his I curses result of careful, philosophical investigation.

V : : i rt i t '" J !: fiiuturtd I a cut audcoconc-'dliitiiseliin: uiseo&solats mother came down two days a- _-___________________________ it may be that the Bloomer costumeor vital

: :. : : IS :; ; g5r. c 11 'fl s the itit'tkc house, j ut before tlic f"..* , and got five benches; of that same yam 1 Going Up. n' w passes under that came, was accidentally -
< 11 -i-a f 5'' .1,5 1i. 4.a& lv in ri fItiig: upni lit' ': uis'U was to b-'jrin. When the Siirnor: flit-lanCh( 1 re" We have never heaul of so easy and yet L hnvnted, ii' I may say so. We will not

.S u\ a v siv'ib ul i >.... *ly trua.g a tn-cie wtj'.J (4! his c;:jK'tidenct? i'ur ani c omtii'ucedcallingtur Peter ho a'low ed him jU j v1thiu mighty! that can't b* true." so laughable a method as that contained in a I i( par u o ir invetti rations on this subject as far

i j.j4 i i>t-iidt.i4t li ii'g upuu jinotiuT, and in form- ) c<>nvcv'with, U
vit, fL i t; a fti.siij; : ; r 'jjuiiun ia go a head and du'j j f ras hurt timt? wiuuut ::tic-rmptiuu.but whviililitz Mt? purchased a ski in apiece, to be set inloflut. gives an account of Joe Merriwetber's as I I was a most magniAccrt Bloomer, nor

r :c -lu( il.!' 'j f i. 1 ii i a-1 IH l it'.jiK'&ttid Pet r' to fo.ue down near .', and weie in remenibrauce of departed cent, as told in the following! extract by bisbrother. will we even attribute the cew style to tac? -
i : i The 1' ". be 1v>nrrsrai1 rhine to h ** j example of Joan of Arc or Margarctof Denmark -
: i : '. t : ? a !t the firt-placi? for a Jiil'-v: fanulliur chat, 1 tin1bnar worth.is Now lace tight if you want to save 'I ,
I. :' %j i.i.UI !!' 'r i1 b % 5 i no-t vda.i'ii': 'fl'>. whicii: mi'iy a minr d : lci' voice rt-pht'd that lie tvould see him, '- that a fact now ? was he really carded .your si es. who, encased in ccn j4ete armor, led

S ; :: Il : ".,'if: S ju-.v a: !li- rich tire give her hu-band, toU in j th' place- of pUULmci.t first, and lLat he, frjAin, and st t in t.cIts ?*' You recollect Mr?. ?Iorrison/ says her., I their arniks to battle and victory, and res-

> < ._ ?- *. S -, .. .->- \ 1 k' 'l! i i1 ', 4ii:! J< ll .iUUlhlTigC. i A scnso of pers.inaf: danger hrc shot acr brother Joe allersvns a dre.-sy kind of i r | cued the female name from the reprotcui of .-

-1,. ,j. i L ti ul .i-y i 1' '*' 1** !,.JU*t -*si., ::dcnvar4! tUtfltd | Blitz was hastily ahl.1 io cor.cc.'tl his nstf niLaicUt our Ln# t>.id!, aid Ise b"gan to re- cap! ; fond of brass Luttuns: on his coat ant;: unexcertiouablo weakness. We think wa

( : : I ',ul q'lite .t re..j ," ..aliiifiit'i.hi'r i1 f H# prufcs- i at tak reply, bat the jiuchujce thought L treat jjrecipititv ly, without waiting f.r an answer. the fi2iin'e kind of necLt-rchfr! ; and this j can find a more reasonable solution to tho :
A 1.1-. $t -i i n', n-ju: !Ii- > : t ,. y rtl U* t.' lie-nUo to c-ani cheertd time ho had on a pair of buekkin breeches I question ; ia fact, one of our coteciporarias
i t j c magi.-Lau v 'ts 1.1.. '1 } t 4i l .,*i L iit 11 .- his: c rj.a t a";i <>\ <--house him trt.mi.rdu.e1r.'l'd.r I There was not much room to spare between witfi! straps under his boot. Well when, 1! uas made the investigation and discovery for

!' u- i i i ,i JlvluuiiJl UJUt u1 _a.av. ijsJ.pi':' -,< tjt5>. At if'.. ii- u-viT kav.: what trou-, dc'imi will ?' him-flf and tl.e gearing of the card behitid. was talking! to him of the prospect fur next us. Our readers doublets recollect the mel-
:.. ,\iut ,i t l lc atit, ii come you all of sudden I the feller anc'ioly and affecting history of the little wo-
i' i i 't vt'UiJ uj uitag1: lu : -* ;j. i'tg torn trtjfuirtuiittn.f hoi.a- first! Nor name An *tltt'r step backwards completed 1 day, a thought wa
,1 : .j i j. 'j t1...! -'lu-.i'.l I J-illi, Jl!. -------4- "Heyuui tr.y my the ffrer.sony of introduction. His uawhisperablis I- a growin uncommon tall ; till I discovered l t man who, in pursuit of her usual avocation?, -
'' '. 1 i at 'i < >.!\.rl t > ilie w.iti it ntH. 'uric Jj/v/ J-.T,,.,' JLHur-?.-M vI Liek Bill Jiiut Peter 'neither' lie keeps, the keys of fo- being of rare calibrf," the process that the buckskins breeches that wur as wet went ono morning to market to sell egg?,and

S ; L-.t' tli : :. :,'. \ .!( .l bv: i1i 1Jt4 : I ..id: my .Vuu Airy re:a 1 What IK
S. < i L r t, l.i i.ito *< I L. .<. .. -Bid.. .a* :. f/.a- t u :,i .? l.t-t uti.r.s Aunt Airy J am old fe(Kitdi. audience an-l by the twentieth gyration of the rnibodtucnt L. brother Joe off the ground.' malicious pedler, known as Jim Stout, uld!, -:
head and die
-' .5 L tj '% : i 1lig .tuu for Yorkcrif' Bliz! tscratched his with malice abbreviate this Iittlo I
S ** ; 5 u to > the music was rvjclodious.! His explo- B.-other Joe/s.z J, you're going np. prepense
1! r'5t-! >< a L s :it. X4t4I i :'it, F.i ]-, HiJ: fei( B"iokiiig a good ought he was getting raii! r profane.Llitz thiuk--1 save t j cs were scicuU!< and did honor to I rotherTora/s.-z he,'! ei.it doing air tMnjeke. woman's nether garments, just as
\< i-t>t i'.u.-ly |1. !.,i ii{ iin.Ii mil to bxii* } i'i\jti. w h.4.1: bi'iu r'tt Io\iu with as;, we knew that he was sold but could I of ( Scott .' 4'
the 'toiL' his knowledge dynamics. ice. Along came a pedtlier Tir the nsme of Jiia Stoct,
better lhau to
*> U) a \ i ;if < ; < l a.*. .t2&d.J hi'u to t> il! itv a i st-ij'v. Uuce? Bill of nothing I him If could net have prot-Ated more forcijjy iI i- And he scrunched down mity hard but it He cut her petticoats all round abont ;

;' : tIitiVI $ 4.1 i.!,. i.1 !' :'t j gnttl OIK wli M hi' thoaat-s, and heiiig Are you old ScraUjli, the fire lvi ug f' ) | against an atak! on his rear." warn't ov no use fur afore long he were a He cut Ler petticoats oil alx/ve her knees,
"i', i' n, ;, S ; .: ..-it tig1 t!, ; in I'K' iitI L.ILt 1 !It- he Yes.' She began to slaver and tie began to freeze.*
.1 Man v t j : s'1, dipped deeply] i O-h Murd.e.rkt! cro yon h-u-r-t. matter ov some fifteen feet in the air.
I utuieLu .- ; Licit I I'm ii: A *juaii- aii J \ 'jy q .ir'.ly, i'io! the moiitK! of the cue I would be happy to see old ScratchIt j Blast your pk-u-r, let go Aint ye ashamed! Merciful powers!' interrupted the widow.. Now this is certainly the first step towards

LL ) .' i& .Wbtt t1u : w7iv1i1 AV 1 I Get out Taint p" ntv Darnatian seize you L! Brother Joe/ scz I. the invention of the new costume, and if the

[ V iifii 1 % a% a dip of a chap, 1 had o<*- [ are you ready V entered the Let alone on iis., can't yes--do I" 'Tin here !' sezhc. unfortunate little woman after bcinir made -

r:;<-i MI it S. 1444.: ." when the big cat catae tumbling and kcratt-l-; curried it herself she would soori1tav .
co.'tdt; :!n f-li-aitiboats and rail ears wen not! so that he vas obliged to s stand on tiptoe.IH sez I. on ,
'. ; .:l k I II ho j :-jtv i in thoj hns. N nv, I had heard lug down tilling the magician's t-yes with {I i hmd- were reveling vigorously behind Talk!* sez brother Joe and he sorter 1 lan como out a full rigged Bloomer. History I
I v1 >" ; \\ \\v. \\ft\v much did I i II of fafiiii* sout, and hi auOieucuwiii hex&inquithab1elaughter does not relate wLe.her she went so far as to
? ti : .fi-ti fJL-rs h ]l"vc at fir t feight, him, but he dared not ventuu? them too near ed over and grappled the saplin, like as inuybe '
S Ltd 1 tii-vi-r luoch believed it till tliat Ftngf4ii the seat of war," lest they should be drawn I you've seen a squi'e-1 in an elm switch of a assume the breeches ; it only tells she went
:" ;" ; j ivr gvl, I f ar.IJut. ade tiie hinder thing so. 1 had die luck ofNUiug The cat's eyes glared like a fiath from two i into !hostilities. June mornin.' But it wan't of no use (fur old Lome to see if her littld dog would indicate ,
*' t'.at ?t oI loco foco matches, and blie disappeared wilhj a recognition of her in her new guise, by the
of the
ne. v1tat'I I alongside one {''retttv&t ivomon diacorrj.'itcd and I The e.-ird .sti ippcr threw ofF the belt, but onman ef you'll believe me, it gradually begun
.g t :S I Ia 1 ha.f ever sc-en. (Uncle Dill looked fclyljat a hound. lUiUs was utterly the momentum of the cylinder kept it revolving to give way at the roots, and aforo L1 accustomed gentle agitation of his caudal ex-

""," crett" askwl Toia, iii& I Aunt \5ry.) was without compelled finishing the to last close act the- Yankee]N.>rlorniance Illadc. and our hero, supposing it in full opera- 1 h had got five foot higher, it just &Iipt out'n the tremitv. _ _ _

I I Ssoou fill in love up to the brim, chuck, lion, burst out anew. ground as easy as vou'd pull up a spring red- A HOME THRUST.A New Hampshire
/ : r'atid with th* gat As it was growin' dark, tie! Fattening too Fast O, stop her! do-I air.t well, and 1 ortcr di-h.! farmer to Its
toiig a parish met
n.iK1 j ,
: F m : 4U ta tge was pasbiu titrough a thick wood, then 'Never buy a fat pig at Brighton was the be at home. Father wants the steers, and Brother Joe !' scz I again. minister: and! told lam that his society thought

q o, at nnvUiinks rte. i thought ttiy Ltne was come eaioly. As 1 fell advice givt-n us by one who had becd there. mother's going to bake. Stop the tarnal nia- I'm a list'niti scz he. increasing Us s-alary.
g eryI-dv so bflt sue. There j my fctrej'gtligoiu'fjuickly, I kinder gently UlU'dup : An J why not a fat pig ?T sliceD, can't _\e, do Air.t! ye got no fet-litf ('ut your straps!* sez J, fur I seed it was I beg of not to think of such

: iium iii flip case but, iIuk'. | my arm and diow it round the ftiir ine's '('atisc you ee they fat Vm too fast for for a feller in distress ? O, dear I'll be his last chance. thing said the you minister *' for it is any about cs
.I l ,
: t-WlKti ,
cft lay hhd4IiL": wai't; hho moved not, hut only made a f>lsg'itM the Brighton! niaiket eojnclimes.' carded and pun and made into locket*.- 'Talk !' sez brother Joe, though be looked much business collect
to salary as
J i.* : i lm' laiiVu: Did iubi* (*ce. e, which f supposed was a love sili! ; How so ?' Je-ru-sa-lem how 1 do wish 1 was to sort a rcprone'fd at me, fur proaelirm! SuCh I wish to attend to if it should my present! be increased,
S"u i-.i! v :. i w u.Id von ; r I, "dear one, swwt one will luvccf connkrmn' ; _
after a-
\, kLt says ycr 'Wh> you see, some of them wi-tt country Greene. a subject, apparently I should be to iL'Vote wJiote time .
: I The git I said uotitin*. but made what i iBuppose doaii-rs ft-tch their jig in pretty nigh skin Th* card was stopped at last, but Jona- whil, ho outs with his jiek kiii antI leaiiing to collect it," cny '

LJI I dc. r' was a love tUgh agiu'. I then prus and bone. Well jest aforo fair day they.' than's clothes were so tangled in the geaiing i over sideward made a rip at the side of his I

I '. I Iis .. i, "ateiur,*' ivpluid Dick. <*d her lo me, her head full on ray houldcr, gives '(Ill corn and salt-iiotLin' but jess ;! that it was no slight task to extricate him.- I' left boot. There was a considerable deal of Xo ALTERNATIVE.- porter passing near

: \<|,., iki"lit.t t, Tern, "bat tew dial!L Lu and: I lipga t tremble ail over; but still 1 corn and salt-no swill-no water. Next Like Othello.. ho was not easily moved," and crackin for ase.tfld twothen a crash sorter Temple l Rat, with a load on Us: shoulders,

11L.. > kept my tongtie ngoin', and says I, 'dear little day pigs is amazin' thirsty. Then the Ear- it was only by cutting out the whole of the like a wagor. load of conhvood had brnk hating unintentionally jostled a man who was I

L::" r |,;y.m broacJioJ the cultjeet io voarlt one, wOnt yer love me, can't vet love me, pints gin Vm just as much water as they kin |, invested: territory," that ho was finally released. down and the l i-t thing I knowd the tothcr going that way, the fellow gave the porter a

wilt ycr love me, will yer incrry mef The drink. 'Hie pigs put into it, and keeps adrinkin' leg shot up like, :i..d started him and the last uoIiMit box on the ear, which a gentle
fai 'u'i Uaredto! -!iho won't lei ens, inn. stage than drove out of the wood*, and tlu- and a drinl/m.' Sposcn on asi aycragethvy U'hat arc you about here?" said the over thing I seed ov niy brother Joe, he was 'a man passing, exclaimed upon, Why, mv friend, ;. _-_ _

44 moon hone on her face, ami 1 looked on ita5tRand" swalhr about a bail aj4-cc. That! seer, entering. whirlin round like a four spoked wheel with will tike that ?" "Take it," replied the ; I
rn i up a WU or two. makes Vm look! dreadful nice, 1 till you all .Nothing sironly stripping flats," answered the rim off away cloep towards sundown !' porter, rubbing his cheek, "don't you see he
: hI r r *And what! we all oxclalmed. filled out and fleck and heavy. 15ut there the stripper. A farmer's daughter in this state was visited has given it me !" .5 1
I OJU$ (' it
Zt L -wire not( to bcathome. 6i onn' in my arms!" one of th M.i: are critters home and calculate of knowledge under ditlieultics," a pair of to keep up lime conversation, asked the Nrvrx SrKAK-TOO F.tST.-" iidh ,** said 1 1a

fl&tr thoigjt"I \Y hen our roars of laughter had sonic\vhat I yo've got bltiBtciin' pile of poik, but jest yon overhauls were charitably lent him, and be gill, after an embarrassing silence had pre- : farmer's wile, whose only fault was'that she I

iflck. suhider1, Unelf Dill saia-"There bho itshiflin' look in your hog pen next mornin' and you scattered suddenly towards Mill Hill, giving I 1 vailed for some time. If she knew of any was occasionally absent minded, when her

vat if 4143 Latter I" I chctttrats." won't lind nothin but a hog fiamc, tkin an' a series of short kicks with either leg, on his body that wanted to buy n shut ?1' words did not alwa} s fl.nv in the right order.
and dear at that can't tell me .is if to assure him tlf that he had No 1 don't she have
iii-'H bone, -you way replied, you one Duly, now you miy go and milk the hens,
you've die of the sub
S got c.t: core I. jTo lii&hmcn went out a gunning- and bro'ught his full complement
nolbin cbout lut 1'vo been there of'limbs/ sell J"
3tt, and ) iiJg.s away to and see if the cows have laid and
j ou can go" ditad after that cif- A flock of i any eggs; t _
as largo }pireOJ came lyiiigf over from the cussed ma&heen. asked male
'CII atur'd.lNt'IEiNG Oh seid he I to
lvc EQCd only tell
cuft3&cl wilt btii allow." their heads. Pat C ovate
"Til; ijy it 1'il t ourbaj uggei firing, liroaght orw of lion1 ljItCE EAH Iimors.-Penilants To discover how idle men there are Hid Iv looked! for a minctcvbutf
44 Arrali *' oxsulaimed his \\htt: mother if stonns ever mado malt liqnorp, as hanging, many perplexed
4. Wiy} not itiI4" : : a Iwoi Q are to waste fcrimimunilion coidasicji when I Jiobad heard her fell Jane lo bring in i &e dangling like bails on tho buttonwood tree, or in a place! till that's necessary i is set two beyed her mistress, according to her p I fate
$ ,
.4 Fiu : wg I \ I the bare fcil would have killed l.icn. 1 clothes, as a storm was brcicirg. I as crock necked Mjuashcb! Hum a bc ni. dog a fighting. !judgment. ** ,-:-


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.a" .1- _. 1. 'Jf" A .
_- It _&J .Lf..1 .0' _
+ __. .J..o.JIIAItSecession ,s.--- I i -.dId ..
1L..4"--oIiiI'-'J "_ -t.j' .... __ _.= 1. _L.f .._,_ I.: J .. "A" 1 Canadians, but not so
." J4 L. Editorial Correspondence. popular a* free-trade.

j' ,S. toft THI rtOBIDU A JOCBSA1- C" to rid himself of the perplexing embar-1 [ Again.If WATEBLOO, CA'UD.EAST, l j Still an overwhelming! majority of Ihe
1rthinht&; bad book taken from our
wo by us a jo.
- ; ;" / Review of Mr. C." oa Consolidation. does rnsMnents Judge of his Tucker position, that, than he: disagrees to say as with he tlC) J urlaL sanctum without leave, containing the resolu- July 9, 1851. $and plo of French and English descent: aro for it

another the of Upper -whilo with m at ]least
In lai-t I think I clearly upsrt By glancing at map nine-tenths
:' my : : the Declaration of Independence! the articles TALLAHASSEE : ions of 93 and '99, and Madison's Report of tba
of 4< C V" Ihc-orcticil 1 errors, in reference will perceive that I am people of the free States favor
) "ne of Confederation, the treaty of peace, and the -'----- and the debates in the Virginia Legislature Lower Canada, you it, and if Gen.
-I, to the power of the Supreme Court to deciden JULY 20 from considerably within the Scott should be the Whig
Constitution itself.J: SATURDAY. 1851. the of the writing a point candidate for
thereon would correct history tL/j
,. i is-s between State and tho FedGovernment. we
: political l1c It is amutiug to see with what a ranting I. bowel of the latter Province. Vvhat Presidency, of which there is row
I14 ra1 I I flourish C" retires from the fuM, raising ; Several of our good citizens Sfntinrl which fixes the origin of c I will apparently
Whig here is secret: which reveal little docbt of his being
that ( brought me a we shall
show of have
to some me
; I I
now secession in tho Hartford tblI e an.
: dust he with to .
.: States have not only in the exercise of their cover enough his retreat., ss He supposes says if Carolina sc- were present at Thomas\'i Ga.last Saturday I hope to have it returned in good anon-but not in this l letter, for I haveno other Texas campaign, the result, of course,
> IV eotereign power set at defiance the laws of cedes, all of us who participate with her in to hear Mr. Cobb, and they speak of him meanwhile, we would ask, what if the Federalists guarantee that it will ever reach Floiida. to be subject to the approval of the British

I 'r' Congress, but actually resisted and set a"iJe her movements will be traitors. Ah, sir, an really something of a man: and qui" the did One would think, from the carelessness Government, which it is laid, can be obtain
, tI of arbitrators to by the ghre of their blue lights
the decrees of this board of in
p that noble and oldie to make a Governor squally mo\.cment3.InlM "
traitors in gallant sense person I ICI which marks the mail ed for a consideration.
which he has pointed us as the proper umpire. I I I manage to stumble on one article of the true Cor.sideratiooi.
. : word which sent so many: martyrs to the blockin i*ig. As I circumstances alter cases we under the other
that are entirely too than ofa commercial
?tIt country charllctu
vitiate the doctrine
the Jays of the Revolutionw'orio; that I the faith, does that altogether ,\\nJ
:,4, Congress passed a law in 1703, for carry : cruelty of despotism which seeks to reinslavea suppose it would be ustltss to compare is well known that all they did and said at trol of Mr. Po Master General Hall, the weigh with the politicians of the free States.

: ing into effect the ftigi'ive clause: of he Feo'ercl people redeemed by the best blood of the I present opinion of these gentlemen with that that time was prompted by spite against certain former 1-iw: partner. of President Fillmore. Canada is anti-slaverv.:- -, and Canada- -2InY\.......J
!Constitution. Penr.st 1 vaaia re.-istetl t1i3laW, !heroes of that! dav.That I they entertained a year or two ago. of tho Government and bitter If you mail letter in the State of Vermont, will add largely to the already great 4C"
; and also annulled the ciaue of the Constitution measures pre cn.
i ,; was the 1-ir.gu.ige: of Provincial uovcrnors for instance directed to a point not more ilerncea in the Union the!
Ccnspr the in and it is against domestic
; ::, rcquiiiig fLitiVeS to ut; fcurienuen-u, :1r.(1'' addressed to our atiEI. enmity against men power; in.
made it a highly penal offence for i'v, of her patriot of fathers these, when they ,declared l for liber- The Baltimore American, deprecating the equally well known that all their previous and than six miles on this side of the line, it will!! stitutions of the South and secure to the

. V f autaotities U aid! in earning out their provisions j ty. They weie true to the I5iiti!'h Crown, course of South Carolina, says : all their subsequent professions of doctrinewere travel something like one hundred and fifty North, past any contingency, the control of

. I ; and yet no violent tumult was raid- though it ground its subjects to da.-t. Their There will always he, as there-is now, conertatism in conflict with the right of secession. miles before it reaches its place of destination the Government in its revenue and other de.p3rtmen

no army and navy were called on to enforce devotion to tyranny was the price at which enough ut"iJ.of the slaveholdingStates [Et is and has been from the time of JeflVrson, going round via Montreal nine times in ts. oYbwj: terronf.
tha of the
obedience, or preserve integrity they luM their office, and happy, Jiajjy vac to furnish the South with a safe and nfiin Hut I did intend to abuse tie mails
ten. not The Americans have
of the a
Union. And further, by an act of tl e LfgUiaturoofthe it for us that the corruptirg influences of e alliance: and to guarantee to bora triumph is we will ShOW soon, the Lirgereprescnt.0amongst

I same State, passed in 1800, i it British gold tn'y reached her Provincial otliccrs in jint and reasonable and constitutiLI11l lef.ubliran Democracy, not taken up as at when I commenced-my object was to saya the inhabitants of this country, at

. was made: the duty! of the Governor call to -that the; allurements and honors of office :1. Hartford from the provocations: ofa treasonable word or two in regard to the Canadas, indeed. they have almost every \\here. Ai

,.. his aid! the! whole "militia of the of Stately the resis only l blinded its votaries to the beauties of the '\ht'lt was that! consen-ati-m when the two ui i content, but deliberately and steadily which are destined to become an important yon pass along through the 1'rotince,it is not
ofa S-jprcne
tho cxecmtion! judgment
Court fifths VnitcJL States, in tho OLmlead) fodcss; of do Libeity.Where find. Federal officers now in sections Wf' fitting over the territory requited nterlained *ince the beginning of par element in the future policy and politics of necessary to enquire who cultivates this cr

\ case, j iii; which the interest of tho St.te was i our midst, who xvi'are in sympathy with our in. from Mexico ? .If this Southern} Whig ties under the Government. We have no our ow.i country. the other farm. You will know the origin of ;

'I'! eapposed t, be iuve>lved.Massachusetts suited= and down-trodden masses ? where is i piper thinks all the just :and reasonihleaims" tout from the memory of a "fiitnd" guide Formerly these possessions of her Britannic the farmer by his, dwelling house, I his barn,

; when required to furnish there a voice raised from" these ranks: to depricate of the South were attained in the polo us but hope to get some authority from sources Majesty were known as Upper and Low his ox or his ass." A Frenchman genera

her quota of of England militia ia and 1S12 repel to resist her lawless the aggressions tho injuries under which our whole I cy \}eh excluded her from the whole" of equally! reliable. And we think! the fact er Canada, hating each a separate Parliament I ly select a low, flat location, and eurroundj

loUicry from our midst, refused positively! todo people) { are eomphininjr author I of there" C i"! but none such.shott I that territory, such conservatism we hope trill tint the Hartford Federalists took up the I but under the eupertUion ofa Governor his Kiniron with beds of locks, garlics! ando
Even the estimable a
so, anvl t aligned as a reason that she fail t time before be! rc-viTc/the Government office I not extend further: than to remain. the pcculiar doctrine of secession to support their schemes General, who resided. in the lower Province ions, and one will know him by the smell if

m (d lo appreciate i .tho necessity of.such a,movement wl.ich be now _holds_ was alto u a deep. I boafet ofwMggen- A fair Euare was: at''I no more vitiates that doctrine than the fact- of. and a Lieutenant Governor, whose resi- nothing else-while an American, unlike fr---A-
,. nUll uiai tao power to c.-uj out the iulit'u the under I re.isonaUe' dunand but dence in the Province. The Cana who huddles his
of was
and humiliating sense wrong least her right and an avowed infidel's adopting the faith of the upper rebellions nn ; family general

by the"is Federal not delegated Constitution to the, nor United pro.l.ibited State which wo are ,mllViing: and was the eloquent; this conservatism taken it all, and we mu"t ii.satifleJ. [Bi1.14'iL ltcs the pure doctrines of that sacred of 1837 and '38 induced the mother ly into a hut about the size of a negro cabin,

advocate of disunion. Yes, he athocafd I|I I due! her book. country to recommend a union of the two puts a large comfortable house
by, it to the Stales and was therefore reserved An equal{ portion was to up and farms
then wh > freed from the influence of federal
n i
to the States respectively.1 cold and office-thatdisolution now I(I valiant sons for the sertice they} did and the For the benefit of the Sentinel we will Provinces, and! the merging of the two Legislative like an American-on good ground,high and

All this 'Wks like the pe-plc in those days denounces as trcaol and he \W1 t&dIIo( the suffering f they endured: to acquire it, but tfii: quote some of Mr. ".cL t r's recent declaration bodies into one. This was effected a dry. The crops are said to be, and to j ma

bad some iJea of State sovereignty, and paid man: whom he now .!denounces a traitor. consor"atisai roquiies that it !hal go to those ( ?. lIe says : few years ago, and the provinces were there. certainly appear eo, very backward. Com
but little :1rd to Congressional! enactment?,
or th! 3 de'cre-cs r(b of the Supreme Court, when 1 ..1 traitor I a:', and palsied bo my tongue fail I\11 abuse anJ defame her, and sure enough I "T.> preserve the lTni- n we must observe, in after designated t as Canada West, (formerly i is not up to your knees, but potatoes look

f they were not congenial with their tatte.: : and niw-K? my arm, when they shall trai to I thus it does go. And this is the sort of .trio : onci t faith: the Constitution and all its put Upper,) and Canada Eat, (formerly Lower.) very well indeed, though I suspect they have

Hut now, forsouih, when tho Government, do tor's a reward.tritor's duty t,, or be influenced by : umph" we mutt expect. tvhenter these sectional 1 {f the sfihtfi'm be not rbst n r<7, and its Since then there has been but one Parliamenta I more tops than bottoms. Wheat i is said to

controlled fanaticism. and implacable hostility STATE SOVEREIGNTY.MaclUon questions, aris-e! Many such will leave j pMOI'iit'lls set aside. the vhnlc of it ceases to be year for the two sections. For a while this he tolerable. The hay crop, which i is tho
the Constitatiojinl of the Southern I binding. It would be absurd to suppose that
: States to disregards: every lights principle:: of justice Fla., July 21, IS1 u:prostrate at the feet of 31Jlilion m. i I,1lie either the North or the south has the power body alternated, after the whilom fashion of most important of any, owing to the long

-sets ct defiance every guarantee of the ----- --from--Cuba.- truth i is, that the! conservatism of the or the right to tiolate any part of that Constitution the JiuUje3 ofoiir Circuit Courts, first in the !I inter?, is very promi ing. In a week or
Constitution, and wages upon) every light Pv the b-ig Luther, anived at New York NoiHi which offeied n sure and safe alii-I and then claim fiom the other observance East and next in the West. It i is at presentin two, wind and weather permitting, the f rr.

dear to us as freeiion: : and the OI'PNSl.tt from Nuotilas, l Utters have been received, !I ance" to tho South for the! protection of her outs ;protisious."If session at Torento, Canada West. I believe era will commence saving fodder," and if I

States, or a portion of lliem arc about to interpose from which the un: Olives. the following in- I, institutions, has been beaten down and almost !. the Constitution the South were would\i.1.1to the North any be part of however, that tha rotary system has don't get homesick before that time I expectto
their thield tln'in any
tclvcs from lawless sovereign tiolencc power, one to of our own tereitiai facts. The :U! says is the the r.ei locality hbor-! i I' exhausted. by tie: course of such Southern i' longer bound by it ? and 1 if the North were been abandoned, and the sessions of the Par. ,I ]be up to my kees in clover tvlile "hayin o"

citizens, an cilice: bolder under the Federal: from which the news comes L 'Priucipe |t : Whig papers as the American, which sustained ikhibtra'elv! to tiolatc! any part of it, would l liament confined to the West. The Tories !' last, which is generally about a month.

Government steps forward to inform us that hooJ and the of Corcorro of Nuevitas., a \ : t\Ctl I and helped to promote men who courted the So.ith be bound any longer to observe iU year ago burned the Parliament buildings in Nothtt ith'tanding the cold winters, thera

wo are not overign-that we I have no Contitutiotul Accounts poit anived l at Piincipe, on the 28th anti-slavery advocates by claiming for obligations ? How absurd it would be toSl1pp05t' the East, (Montreal,) and perhaps that circumstance are several kinds of fruit which grow fiileJ!.

lift a hmJ'l'n power I left to ward Uj, and off it tho is fatal revolutionto blows June, states; that a\guciilla party: of about fifty -I Northern \Iligger.the true .paternity of an.'I(I when for certain different purposes parties, that enter either into can acnipact : tended to the abandonment of the Apples, pears and plums are among the number .

\\ith which we arc being visited men, from Principe, under a resolute On commander the25th i ti-slavery sentiments. I we would be true '', disregard any one provision, and expect the alternating system as much as any other. It -though to me they look like they would

If C" has come to the honest conclusionthat : Juno, commenced detachment operations.110 consist i I to ourselves we should be true to our real I ', othrr to observe it. I intend!) to nhs'I'and I grew out of a measure of the majority, who not mature be!ore Jack Fro't pays them Ha
a men,
ours is a consolidated Government: with. ing of fifty lancers and sixty infantry, previouly -I friends. To exalt! men like Fillmore and : maintain, and carry out, to its fullest extent I lean towards the French, by which losses du- altt1mnll'isit... Apples are not larger diana

a central, and l certainly: hostile power, w ith ; sent out from the garrison (1)riniil I I Winthrop, notorious for their undeviating j the Constitution of the United l States which I I ring the rebellion were paid l by the Government bullet, forty to the pound," and pluma ara
I l.ive sworn to suppoit. It is written in the
tho States into
to oppressed
obedience,coerce and if he has a heart to feel and a by General Ltimery, bad :1T.i\edt the I suppoit t anti-sl.ivcry! mea.-urcs, was but a { Constitution that Dersons }bound to labor or to many: who, if not in actual arms against as green as Jonah's gourd.

piril to resent iijtl -.iities, it would seem to lage of Coscorr The latter in pcrsuit of guerilla with. ; poor way to sustain lie conservatism of those !'.*!vice in one State, escaping into another, the powers that were, at least sympathized I have seen a great many tina cattle here.

be mote the impulse of duty and patriotismto in patriots.fhoit distances of w the ere inanncuvring troops, I jwho opposed all interfereane with slavery,)j shall not be elisfhargcd from such labor or with the rebols. In this respect the Canadians are far ahead

devise means to relieve us of the clanger of endeavoring to draw them government into ambush and :, questions ; and if thee latter hate been over-, | sen ice becauae of the laws of tho State into The Provinces are exceedingly anxious for of us, though they have not a tithe of tha

our J position, than to exult over the condition destroy them. The next news expected is tilecapture ..1| whclmiicd by the tide of public sentiment so I which they nuy escape.* That is as much apart free trade with the States, and well they maybe | advantages we have. Cattle qf every descrip-
of the Constitution other and
nf things which he has depicted. If ours is : as any as I
decided to be a Government; of tho peo; 1 le of all the government troops.It I swollen 1.1j the fatal l error of Southern Whigs! '!equally binding. and obligatory as any other." for it would (place them on almost as I tion are fed with hay six months of the

collectively, and not of the States nnitodly, is proper oi the here people to 8tte of Piincipe that the had Prnun.cimento not i-, ,; the have nobody to bl.une but them. After some other remarks, Mr. W. pro- good a footing in regard to trade as the States twelve-a great disadvantage, for they never

iud the power is vested in the President anddivtrcctioa" 1 made t selves. is not astonishing; that they find it cett1ed : themselves. This feeling is encouraged by 'I thrive so well as when running in good pnstures -
---- .--___- ---- ____ ._ Lei'a t \n, but was expected to ba on 'I I I
:: to U!, then i ia it time: for the South-J Jnc painotsTrrrcira. i,,.. ? ___ ._ difficult, -.to._-! withdraw-:-} -.- from-: the.- clouds l, 1; !the:_.t.._!c-. J I .' /.do not, lzr" talc. to say., and repeat, that if. Government,; __ at. _home_; because free trade I -while! of course we are saved this etvern -
of ( zic it sjtu." ''"- 1UUlrt"J UIM zr.liheraeli.r --I.' I -- IJ e .L. .
tt insciibe up-jii her banner tho language of 11:15 'dscorr are ivceivinj every as istiuce Let them : '--- --'-' I out crfpcnac, Lut our fnilcJi COW3 tni
the patriot of ';3. from the surrounding people, who send I even now but rally to &trengtleti} j to earn into eject thai, or any oilier of the Provinces, giving 'hem markets from i i nothing in comparison with those here TLo
them! (the aim of thoee at the North who hive \part of tho Constitution, the South would
Whenever! form of provisions) and men, and inform no which they are now debarred j
any Government becomes money longer be bound the comparatively \ difference is in the breed, for blood will tell
tlestractive of these them/ of all the! movements, of the shown thcm'clvcs! true friends of the Soith. by compact. A bargain '
end,, (life li'iertv' go.crment brot.cn but it would also add to the commerce of the whether in the
V.'c on one side, is broken on all sides. cow or in the horse. This
nnd pursuit of it is w anxiety fiesli \h'icl'S, and is and their own atUm I
happiness) the right of the i I consort may becomo a at home and
iJI! that: the This looks to like consequently to the : has been improved by the introduction .of
steamer from havana us in
people to alter or abolish} it, and to institute anew pos now I thing worth talking: about. But. very recognizing a
Government, lading its foundation: on duo at this poit' may bring us further! news, long as State the right} to rid, herself ofa violated wealth of the nation. The Governor Gene- : Durhams and other approved stocks-a svs*

such principles and organizing its powers in though the! scene of hostilities is -150 miles I they. refuse to do this., they. will, year alter compact. Ab but it is a right! not within ral, Lord Elgin, is undisguised in his advoca.Cs tern< neglected among us to our great detri

such form as to them shrill seem most likely from the capital. I year, hate greater and! greater cause to bemoan the Constitution, but above it. Therefore of reciprocity. At a recent public dinner 'I 1 mcnt. Will not some of oar public spirited
to effect their safety and The garrison at Principe: consMs of 2/100! j! the discontent of an outraged !!
at which his '
under the the Sentinel thinks! the doctrine false and bad.! at Lordship and the: planters (Col. Williams or Gen. Sheppard for
This say, should be the iaij.ulso of men, command of Gen. Ldmcr '. :1 lti: : last they! will find too late aid f
every The | I i :j We cannot beUer members parliament, with other officials I instance, do for Middle
heart! that d:1imsJ.indrcJ sentiment with troops arc qvaitcred ii: the! convents of vr.in waste of breath express our views on this I ) something Florida
thosa who shook off the yoke! of British ty the friars:, there being: no fortresses and the of to ia"lko any. conferva-: I bead than by the following extract from the and citizens of the United States, were presi I: i in this matter t In horses we are not deficient .

city being without! walls, in direc tim anvpartofthuccountrv. I ent, the Governor made "after dinners
ranny. open every '-- ---- --- I i JUhMH'llle .Yczrs : an 1 but I think we ar& uniW! obligations to
Since writing thus far, I find in; the FrnJine1 tion. The troops would stand n poor chance Mr. Wcbt r.- i! Because tlie: writers quoted by the RcpuliUcan spoech! ," in which, alluding to tie! friondly in- j,I Tennessee and Kentucky for anything we can
) of the 15th an article of "C" h icj.ly to of success ag.-ii.iEt;: the combined, raising of the H saM this gentleman has not resigned \: a-iscrt that the of tercourse of courtesies that have taken
inhabitant0. TIse excitement, I i iI\\ rij-bt secession i.ctnctiftiioiril is place : boast of in our breed of horses, which is not
.. first wirh! : the inhabitants
i i
seems to I'
( my a complete eating among; ;
as was ropoited some days fince. But, oij |. the inference is hastily drawn between Canadian: and their I
is neighbors
in, and yielding the points at h ue. (" i is universal and doop.The I' on I surpassed by any I have seen since I left
unwilling take Judge Tucker as good. au Sp.-iiihli: tvar st"ar.cr/ 1'izarro arrived at the otlior hand, his position is thought not to j!I (hat Constitution.they claim This to! derive the right from the the! other sHe of.th- line, said- I FbI ida.I .

thority. lIe tlnn't believe with him. This ibis Fort yciteid.-iy afternoon, frc.m Havana be so easy as a {bed. of down. If he and Mr. i I I may lie sai-1 to by be no Constitutional means; follows when: aright "I believe then- are some gentlemen from saw a day or two c;o a statement of

reminds me clan aneci'o'e'! related! of a certain and is at anchor oa'the What rnn'I.e Fillmore both aspire to the the United States i;: this room. I am sure,
the ofa latej. (i n x Presidency: the exorcise of it i is not prohibited by the it'i i the number of emigrants from Great Britain
psrsnn who was laying down and dis- object i thistteam' r ; is !| there! are, tve are most happy to see them !
nothing more between Constitution( but this i h different
cutting ccriain thei.lo-ical jitiacij.les: which, to our pod, witbin PO thoit :lime can only j, th-m likdj th\i a rumpus claiming to derive the right very from the Cor.sti-from here. And I behtte I need "hardly! remind :: t for twenty-fixe' years ending w iih 1850. Tha

bohjj at i issue with the docilities: of the apo>. be conjectured. It i is not improbable that fcbc! 1! POOH. Says Washington corrcs1 con: J.ct. The them.1tutional that wo Can.idi.ins are disposed to carry-. number i is not so large as I expected, but still

tie Paul, he was met by !his :1Iitt oni; t with! is 0: the look-out for filibusters," or to pomicnt of the JV.. Y. Tribune : I II se rights: which St\t.p03ses3and Constitutional exerei our reciprocity a little farther-to interchange ; i it is enormous. It amounted to upwards of

apostolic teachings on (ho tubjcrt, but hi ; gather repoi' "!& from the Spanish ;'ics in this i I have leasons for SI} ing tint between hut which many, netuitheless, are are not derived from, j with them upon equal, fair t terms, if they will i I: two millions and a half, nearly one million

triumphant rcj.ly was "that in this he differed cit.f .". (I (the Picaidcht and ;1 Ir. Wt-lMer( there has not the Constitutional compact. The States de- j I have it so-to deal with them on a solid font- I[ and a bait of whom found their into the
with the apostle." I in :1 cases, ('xi-td a perfect harmony as to { rice no lclatCl"fr the ing, as well as in empty praises. We desire j I way
I find Judge; TucLer endorsed by Mr. Pal. A private letter rcceivx'tl I by a Cuban gentlfman i the foreign policy of the coat.try.; ). Webslcr'.s Tire I .States jtoircr from and Constitution.. to deal with them in a spirit of fairness, simplicity ; United States. The emigration into these

hun as bigli :iuthoiitv.' Seo page 761, Gales in this city, confirms the above intellicence. ': recent reparation: : fiom the President::. 1 1i t n'e a ppei) taiaing possess t,) sovereignty every;i ight, prerogat such and good} faith, and we are prepared, I I Provinces i is insignificant A foreigner leave

and Scalou's debates, F'h. 2o, lf5.T: :). The letter, wlil.J we have seen, i {party at Dtmkiik: and bis rfm.-sii.ing be.: in-i! ,, they have t nii; >t erred( nll1ntai, fly except for. the as I if necessary, to rely altogether upon our own !: the oulJ country" for causes other than a

Again, C" K.nys lihckstonc bating died} tate3 that on llie 3d ii; t fifty patriots: were ( to makeFpeeches! after the! other members of I'I mon good to their conmongl'ntthe com-I exertions. We believe that the hardy plantof I want of bread. He hates monarchy with its
tha iti the town of Corrocos tliat! tlir : tV! Hxpculivo ; self .
during revolution, be doubts Iii hsv5nj* Government Government had gone back to ,,I eral Government: I the I reliance which has thriven so well on
nude the assertions upon which I rely.) Tlii- bad sent a body of 110 mm to nltack them, ..;.tluir: posts, did not increase the! cordiality of I Ii Constitutional', for by Constitution.! It is j British soil in tho! olJ world!, and has been attendant etils to a poor man-and hence he
State borrow
is a feeble evasion. 1 quoted from Tucker's and that on tho night of the 3-1, 'JOO( patriots i I feelidg in the I Cabinet., cy, make ii.tercnl improvements a to erect mono colleges cultivated to such a good purpose by our ancestors ,I will not atop in a dt'pendency"here" God

Blackstone, and the strong language relied left Puerto Principe, to reinforce the gi n''fills create will grow and thrive even here, and save the Quo n" is the national anthem.-

4 on, is the sentiment of Jiuilamauui! adnj.ud at Coirocos. Tbe people! Puerto lJiucpe, Rules to bs observed Sanctu in. an Editor's other, acts which corporations sovereign and States pcrfojm many. we are prepared, (I say this in no taunting Yankee Doodle"] has more charms for him,

by Judge Tucker, and made to tustain hiso.n I had sent the rcvoliitionists S1CCO :1! wereJ)1TIVJdIig tnt may perform spirit, for 1 desire to be as one with them: and and he seeks! of
< 1 COle in at all times: -what business has I : although it is const italion'd, it would a resting place in the land
opinion on the theory of our Government ammunition, arms and to deal with them,)-we are prepared, I ,
I 11:1\' for ilwzui. p\.iions, to be private ? I I be absurd to argue that the right to perform to cultivate that s.iy the free and the homo of te brave." The
( appended quotation marks those! plant, trusting to God's tlle -
art derived from the
if it is wrongly quoted, I am responsible for The distance from Corrocos to Havana i in IllC 2. Take his papers with perfect freedom servant, to was who she had! entrusted agent.or sing and our own honest exertions for the re- Great West of the United States is row tin
wilful perversion. about -100 miles, Iud it requires from six to I uce: can !/ have for them \ I\I I other which these certain sult." Canaan towards which the tide of European

I challenge "C" to the examination. liebetrays nine lays to communicate 1j mai between !I I 3. If in I not powers among werej These open avowals were received with emigration tends.
these! point it is probable you bring a long communication, i j j enumerated. The Constitution is merely
of /
from point a feeling to and hopelessness! by drifting. of the patriot was not generally movement known at ''juit "to fill up his paper," i iuvi-t: 0:1: leading }Iho commis&ion i held by the General Got the most uprorious applause by tho company Yours, Arc.,
point, seeking: such fcubterfuges I
as these. He has set up his own opinions havana at ihe tit ofthe sailing of ibc Isabel! ), ;':.rl: discussing it. Why shouldn't! ho be glad eminent States, to prove who created I is authority from the sovereign assembled, and they may be taken as reflecting C. E. D.

as evidence that curs is a consolidated on the 8th imt la,1 it Iwn known, hower (\ j:i t1:) fjiond an hour in listening ? ( acts therein specifically it enumerated, to perform cel'tlin and- the almost unanimous feelings of the people

Government, and has sustained thin! by no the government have taken care to 4. Ifyou see his exchanges piled; up in an all powers not conferred en the by; that of both Provinces. Assurances have been AnOLII'IOXl'r .\mEsl'ED-\dlm CrooH

authorities. I have met and scattered thon tupprcts the news-Sarannah Morning J\'ctcs.Fahil orINI.! manner: en his table, seize and scatter commission are reserved, to tho agent sovereign given that our own Government is inclinedto the notorious abolition !lecturer from OLio>,

opinions by eminent authorities, an.! then I th'l. What business has he to be States themselves. This, in our humble opinion accede to the wishes of the Canadas in was arrested in Montgomery County, S. C.,
: have sustained tuese A/air.-We have been informed l particular -
auiboiities by the history I unfortlTItte of ? is the true theory of this! Government ; this respect. Certain it is that the States of on Sunday, June 15, and I lodged in the county
of an rencontre
our Government, begininrjat the Dec : on Wednesday' last,
laration of J Independence, wheie/ each Slate I at the Inu3 of Mr. Harrison, in Nassau county 5. I you find his ch:vacant at any time and Whenever any other the must time lead arrives to consolidation.and Wisconsin, Michigan and New York, and jail at Troy, to await his trial for an of' I
declared free and I : bctwcfti Capt. K. ".\'. Clark our neighbor Ohio Indiana fence against the laws of the State.
was independent: going onI I ,. ofit. 'I bit in it. Why should ho wish to ki:cp his : seems to tl:ink it has already come- even and Illinois, a large shareof
to the articles tinder Mary's and Taylor Ewj.lhc'result
which! they mutually Wiiml stationery and gcissorings from his visitors ? when :1 inajoiity; of the peoplo"( aro brought whose products finds a market by transit
of which
confederated! to sustain their declaration was of the 'I The Corn Crop.
ltter.- I C. But if can't that down to that point of ,uL?en'i and "sub. on the Lakes, will favor this free trade
The deceased who! you get c1aair. though lC.r move We
where each was declared sovereign and inde was brought up il mission" still hear the most lamentable account
pendent,' then to the treaty of j.cacein; which city, was a short time since! admitted to the .I there arc a dozen others in the sanctum, be made as to JlcImowl.dge that all their mcnt, pirticularly as the Canadian Government in regard to the deficiency of the corn crop.
are in
tho extorted from Ilngland; the specific rccog-- I bar, has been living at Mr. I3rrhon'gu, a I sure to sit on a table and put Jour feet on Government, and over that trust to the Federal threatens! to close the great Welland The rains hate been partial, and while some

ration of the sovereignty and independence school teacher for atthilo Lace. Exciting i another. If you can't practice such innocent but such as are derived they from possess or granted no rights to Canal, which connects the waters of Lakes neighborhoods have been abundantly blessed

t each State by nlIUc-tJ to the Contention language hating passed bet tveeu C:1pt Clark, I freedoms in an editor's them at tho pleasure of their Ontario and Erie and through which ships of with genial showers, there are other sectionSwhere
I where creature
which drew up and adopted the Federal Con. a son-in-law of Mr. I H.1 and %ir. T., the for. room, can you will own three they have scarcely had any any rainsanil" /
they be for hundred
doit ? prepared a consolidated Government tons burthen and
mer drew pistol and fired the latter can pass, if f
Ititution, composed of delegates eJected by at -w itli- where the early corn has been completely
the inditidual States-then to the Conv'u'l I out effect. 'JJ hot was immediately y returned 7. Ifyou see tho editor particularly engaged light of,secession and 1 it will be useless other to discuss the disposed: reach tho ocean without breaking ruined. An intelligent planter from the
or before
tions of the sotere-ign States, which acceded by a : weapon, tho result of which inC' writing a leader," talk to ,him as a people so lost to a fcense any of their right, f fallen bulk. The next Congress will no doubt have vicinity of Fort Valley writes us, that ''to

lo these terms of compact, and made them was the wounding of Capt C. in the shouldor. industriously as yon can. Will he not be condition" own this matter in hand, but what our Government his neighboihood they vvill not make proti*'

binding Iclircm the States so ratifying( and ) To })event. difficulty! Taj lor gratified to hear you ? ()fcour.ce he will. I : will!! do cannot be known. Tho most I' ions enough to last them six months." "*
not between the people collectively or ir. their was advised! to J leave the premises, : was in 1 The Concordia (La.) Intelligencer of Ju sincerely trust he may be mistaken; but feel
the act ol mounting horse for that I must see that the question confident from observation that m
aggregate capacity.I : purpose, Tit n MiirnomsT PKOI-KKTV our own
I SUIT. We ly Oth has tho
\ showed, further, that some of the States when his antagonist, having seized a gun learn from the Christian following unwelcome announcement .. of equal trade with the British American possessions many parts of Central Georgia the corn crop

: would only enter the Union on the condition from some returning hunters, fired at him Advocate and Jour. : involves other qnestions which! can will be most lamentably deficient. In the

I' that they should withdraw at pleasure! and with buck-shot, which, taIlng effect in his nal, that the negotiations consequent upon '"'fun BOLL ,V OR3-This destructive not be disposed of in a hurry Mixed( South-Western counties beyond the }11 nl

that they were BO admitted. back, passed through him, causing his deathin tho earnest recommendation of the Court, for worm, in an army of countless millions, is with it is the annexation of these tip River, we are assured that the crops are unusually -
., Tlie "theoretical a few minutes.Mr. now at work on Provinces, abundant. JIacon Journal and Jk-
error, also advocated on an amicable settlement of tIle unfol tunate dis. many plantations in our Par -
1, l' tho subject of the board of ai bitrators, fell not Taylor, wo are informed, was an esli. pute between the two branches of tho Methodist ish. Where the host comes, a sad change In I and politicians who favor annexation will bo senger 3d inst.
only before the reading of tho Constitution! matte young. gentleman, of n good deal of the color and general] aspect of tho field is in no haste to give the Canadas in advance

4 properly; but I gave him the positive denial promise. He leaves a mother in lids city, Episcopal Church, have failed, the South immediately visible. No one can mistakethe the chief advantage they will derive from Turning Turk.-Miss Lucy E. Rou'-

f of the truth of Ms position from tho/ lips of and a largo circle relatives and friends ton making it prerequisite that tho justice of her path of the devastator." ion With unrestricted un yule announces publicly in the Sheboyga'
his end. Savannah Georgian claim shall bo admitted and the Wo with ,that she is out for short dresses, awl
I Chief Justice Marshall himself, nnd others, our utmeJJ' North refusing that this scourge has made the States from Maine to tho Pacific. Mercury themimmeclbtch
lad porlaps there would be no better wiy to make any such acknowledgment. I' its appearance in other Parishes of that State of Tho without waiting for others, will adopt
I policy annexation
i is MissM Lu'7.
t Ij j very popular with the Take your time,
n I
t :


b- < J14.1U 1 A f .p .it.-

I letter from Joe Bcates.SouiioM A Case for Northern .IKS
8fl.I Ol14t I Close by the Hull Prara, A recent trial in Mobile Items- PKKTTT CopLnTgcr.-GeneraI Washing Tax Collector's Sale. >
;73t. (or tL 1nm :', Madderson Htirida Jula 14. discloses some t BOSTON, July 11. ton once stopped at a hotel with a squad of .
j4yVO i k Kounty, facts which ought to make -- Y'rirtno of authority in me by law vested, I LT j
: I a
t&UC imprest
AsrfCr4 ov by tao, I Jloxcrcd Sir:-When I last rote to yu, I sion upon the minds of such of strong the The EnglfsFtmgFiberty arrived at this subordinate officers, and attracted the attention seized end levixl upon three hundred nd twenty r-
'fl.en, '1iy tOtS *1 promised i wood rite Northern port, bringing dates from the Cape of Good of an Irish servant. Pat was very attentive acre." of land, lying in Leon County. 5tcnteJ about .
n agin sunc, an wood people a* are led bj motives of sincere philanthropy the 15th ten mHc' North-east of TttllaJyifeo, the waters of .
to en

Hope to the
fces May General and
opponents ; being two weeks later promptly attended to
g1 :: have dun it, but the rains has sot in on the however
jSUO mistakenly, to aid indiscrim Black Creek, purporting to belong tt> F tran Arm- :
intelligence. The
fr wish. The General observed
tIk, but vinch they parara, an i is bean so tite run with my crap inatI ely in the escape or liberation of Southern English steamer Vulcan every Irishman stead, and wij be offered for saJ**. in front cf the
EUCI had arrved
id he bows to that: i hassent had time, but i is now got it out with 700 troops. The gazing at him and his officers as they Court Hou doer, in the city of Tullahassec, on Moi ( ,.

,: ; wld Las clean, an i Intends devoteng sum of leazure A negroes.free intelligence( is to the eflact that the Kaffir were about departing, and asked Pat how day I the Sd dir of November n*xt, within legal hour i
c&in n'ck of Georgia a3 spoken me negro, named Coleman, was indicated War continues without visible he liked the looks of hU boys !F' To be sold to aa&fy the Tuit* due thereto for tiM
) in any impression
; ;: :. 'fliit 11! corn Juli and giving Jim Jewdt's you a axcions.history of the 4th of under tho State law, which provides that being made by the English. The property Well, your honor," replied Pat, "I'm not year 1350. D. McRAENY, ;
] free have Tax Collector of Loon Countr. -
every negro whojjj\J\ come to Alabama of the settle
:s is
th klo Element ofand Well, we foaks in Maddcrsnn! Ivoante on Mnce thud 1st ofT-i continually captured and competent to judge of the stars in the presence _July 26, 1SS!. 2) 3m
18J2 and "
ruary, carried off and of the
: ; therefore it "ill j the -1th da of Juli, 18 hnndrid an fifty 1-iti sliall have been admonished by any sheriff, Tambookie'a many Colonists murdered.At .- ._ sun. Groat Chance.
; rct. D* Cobb -jr.vrionganu i beiii the Lnith da of Meriean independence vtc., that he cannot remain ii: the State, mid with the rebels in Tjldea had a battle
tbcm I of them were Tribute of Eespect. HAVING to lenve T4llahas"w, a bar- f
celebrate the
JasMinUcdto oca&ion ; an as i shall not within thirty thereafter
; depart killed. The Dutch fronties it beijiven wltit itofiDv stock and
tilO itcucr.t] un.j i was commin inter town, when i from the Boers behaved LODGE Roox, Qulncy, July 11, J Z. 6351.7I .
got long thar same, shall, on conxictiun, be punished with u joot-wilJ! to anj person wiihitij to do a giocery bu- ,-
great bravery. 300 of
r in.tC T1U of a !Stale toby;I, the big Masons Sinrinaice, \\hnt i lit yn by imprisonment ia the penitentiary for to march from Fort Hare tho levies were 3 Committee ,appointed to draw up a suitaVopreamLlc ,illesq in lhi place.JolvlO.JS,1. 4 i
i ll0 !boat afoie i for Komi's Post on and resolutions expresMre of the feelings cf 2S' S. S KNIGHT- '
boJ! -TOU to it. ; : was ftopl. as usnl, an tola tha! two years. the 2-ith alt The rrow entortjJueJ :
Wii.terbur Wa.-hintn
4 is infes by Lodge, No. 2. of
te that he fears \\ill burn was: ti harbacuus that da ia the koante. i iikd The negro had lived in Mobil, a? a freeman ted with Kaffir amljHottentot Marauders again who Ancient York Maton*, nt the untimely demise of Brother Notice. ; 1

of the Union-he who Will I lion w us that. Wy th.i sod 1 wus fur i, from 1820 to 1830, when he went toOJiio have taken up their old portion in Waterkiof I J. L. Li>r-i,through their Chairman, Brother Jean ALL parlies indfbtfd fo in'.. will rlrasf call tt s

whctlicrorno Jim Jcwett, an all the rate pore foaks of the with his wife and children, to enjoy the and had a skirmish! with II. Verdier. rna Je the fulloviog Report, which waunaniniou..4y deck with ihe ca h, witho it drla*. ,
the dead cnibcrs, ]kountc, an that i>cin tlie! ca cnvitcd me to privileges' of a free State. He a party of the Colonists akpted: July ItI, tb'jt. 2S S. S KNIGHT. '
: them subsequentlyreturned in which two of the latter and "It in appointed uno all men to die dmi .
; v.ho isforlw.uag eight or once x'e
;onaU. Bla,, an cat \\ilh i ----
cm. to about to Mobile and
though repeatedlywarned ten relx-U were killed. A rebel CLiof namcel I arc, nnd unto dut shall wcTetum. OIT eirthly house Potatoes. '
vVre they II. It is hardly fair the oihar 1 .in tha se by Dono- 1 A A rfUSHELS first-rate Irish PntatfwBfcr !
for ita1IO' ttey ( CIULfl rites, s. s i, thorns ou- konstetti iional rites, the consequences. He stated that he found L ran and d.feated-the Knllirs Mojor ter moat come down-bam nfcr beam must fall- 1UU by S.S.IC'iIGIIT.i4 -4
lost SCO tii t
I others for hu own I' nint tha, an the rites our foie-fttheis giv us himself, unable to get along in Oliio. He was I of who'll drowned und l the dust return t tha earth as it xras." Our well- July 13.t icii. 2S .
were in covcd!
dcnounc brother, J.
an to L. Linw ,
i jr
the i t i jin j tiaeJ the -1th da of Juli treated: no better than at home he coulJ obtain
; the chord
cross river. hv been L
of love' 'od-the Notice.Tun .
jt2 ti: preacher Notwithstanding these victiIt'S eroldcn bowl brok'-n hw
is 17 hundred: an 70) six. No, tha said the San : no work to do ; and he accordingly voluntecrc the Kaffirs -; familiar face shall no longer be ;
Mill appear in force, and soen in our midst ; bis firmcfC. C BYRD &. CO. !ii IFs, daj di'S i 4
I'diip l
a dinner was fur rich foaks rite* lo :1 to return lo &la\e State and iik voice will no longer ro oun'l
a -
..:.. pro- the industry of the Colony is at a complete which n our hall; the place by mulml consent. All business cl ta
is of ihe resolutions tiet than nimjers; .in ours was for *nor foaks. the penalty of the penitentiary, rather than to (stand blill. once knew jam will know him no more forever ; said firm, will be attended to l b\ C. C. Byrd. -
but while
one hearts "
V: : Well, i tudJcd alnle and live the our are torn with anju h at hw un C. C BYRP
< .. leg[ ii to git among AbolitionUU. He I was warned demise I
te Whig Cazneniofl : mad, fur i nocd it was nnut! .ir talk ii: from to have tl.j State ; he would not do it After timely pride of manhood, cut, fetill off,do a*wo it were find, just consolation in the purple in S. S. KNIGHT.Ji.lr .

"id That aS the Compromise tnas- Jim Jewclt, cans he hi-'Sili it was that lole he was indicted, ths Solicitor of the Stats PORTLAND, Ms., July 15.jj rtfli-ction tliat our brother was an upiyht man, livin the business IS, IS't.Tre will. be continued bj C. C. BYRP, at.

I jf' ni rec ''owndcd by a Whig{ Ad- me it was a pore man's dinner, an pore man offered/ to withdraw th-j prosecution if he pflvcre hail florin passed over Iviitery under the tongue ofgooil report.an1 so perfecting hi I t the sun place. VF

?? r.nd were not passed as pajtvhas i]I bin his tev ever sins i nown him, an i would go away. IIion: counl advised and \ orl Me., on Sunday l lit, elolng great I w<-rk accoriitn to tl j desigin laid down on our tus- Tallaha ee, July 1. ISM. 23

: jx! (%ou jtc; perfect toleration ofjtioiik'ttips ed he was after sumthin r, njj. i says to him lo accept the offer, and thus C'w.ipc' the injury to hjiKiing and vegetation. f>000 tiC work board, that, that It will it is ill Lo the deemed teat cf plumb the Grand woi k. pquare:
p.ra ila-ter's Groceries &c.
tliOiP measures, should bo j cm, wy how Kin \u trke 1 1c'ieins: konster- pei nalty. He was inflexible. lie ke.l tried a pare j ofgUs were broken: : in Kittvry, and I ,tare, and entitle him to the wa es reserved for the *

r ..,,to WLijs everywhere. i las lwat littsa fruin him without takin em free State, aid woul ratlior fetaaJ the hazard the corn, graii: fuit and potatoes in the rang; faithful craftsman ia that Celestial Lodge above, not ROM 6000 NCTT Orleans clear per Schooner side, Taflaia.soo, .- _
i: i from rll aiul nft the storm wore generally destroyed. Trees made with hand.-*, eternal in the Heaven portn.U l, -.
.irh ns i to FHV, in perfect aeeordsnw way \\it L the diffrance beof]I the penitentiary in Alabama than trust to I Oar bro- 10.000 nbr-l lo. -
*; tartift hither Uvecti a lich .Mexic! :in an a po.tr one ? Wy the ti-rider mercies of Ohio Aboliti oii-nu.- were stripped of loaves and many of titer 11 { tier) as an Entered Apprentice Mason, attained ue- 3000 bulk Pork udoiO \ .. .,
come fa !
.f-1 ''Jl5r torn tl.e j knowledge ; a* a Fellow Craft, he hia
c i tha says Joe, cant inter it it the The the benefit up by roots. applied I barrel* superfine Flour .
is : su sea is i : jmy gave him of a K-g.l doubt i %i\vlejge to the dithare c.f LU .
.of tlic *Wt* featlier, and of lhej I grate irigpcr that A piece of ice was picked In Iitter hU brethren duty toLwGod, 29 kegs Le-if Larl,
qucfctun aggrviaits the pee- t whether! he bad ever intended l to heave the up y and his neighbor; and a* a Master Jlapf w

.. jheand of every feather, our net t : pie, an v.hat has yu got to du with, yu bant I State ir.nner.lly, and found bim not guiltv meav.i; .iig; two fet( sfjuaie and two inches i inthickness. n, enjoyed the happy reflections -naeqv.ent en well I 4 2 tierce barrels: Sugar-cured Hanit, -

iH Et.- de_en_ tohoh ye dL" I uo niggers, an honseqijctillay] yu has not had on the gioutid that Le had not lost kii legal doing Therefore and be died it in the ,hope cf a glorious iimuortaiit 2 i do. prime Rice,

: your kunslertoshtial rites taken; fium yn, an icij si'lonce. IlcioL'cd That this 10j packages Brown. Loaf, Crushed oalClarified
of the New oik Lcgista- Lodjre testify its grief for tie
K *TK WLigs j { zits the u'e of yur litin for them ? i felt '1 his man was in the best rituation to try ROCHESTEP., July 13. bereavement, the loss sustained in tie durr.He Sugars :

& -vire f<|>poUti! ed he State into Con I tad an uniblcd to think! that a Merican cite- jthe bnufils of a icsiilcnce: in a free State.- At ralmyr.1, list week, a gentleman and of our highly esteemed and well-beloved unexpected brother-, 500 BERRY bu.-helj i Cprn.ROWLES te for Auctioneers sale low for Ac.cosh.

: .irj;Districts, cvea before there is any | ten; fehud. en: this grate da, pieach] tieh doc-1' HI had been accustomed to act for himself, lady of pcctaUiity wore married, and proCfcilfd J.for L.the Lines, bj of weoriujj the.asnal badge of mourning July 12. 1651. 27 tf -

j. ,,. pultlifatioa, of ilia census. j tiin j jb. an i toe: him (that i wis: gettia 'cited, an |land support himself, and l he aicertair.ed that to tlinr place' of residence, which they Ittt-Jnttl.jpace Tliat thirty a c>ipy dav of this preamble tnd resolution I. :

: Laud is woith two ia the bush,',. he jnuscent thro my povaile up to tm? enny i in a slave State his ooiilition; was infinitely ocrupied alone,. On the night following their i be f.ul Ji-hed in the TallabasHee pajKTs, and a ccpv Family Flour. .
i [io j nmar, if Lu did, i s>hu
:. ?rtore they {rprrj'tnaiidcr now rather j jf i hint got no tiiggei?, an i no i never shal '. up a title to "unco-iiVhteoiisne," a1* the the house, and, after securing the knsband 1 brother. I) fine family Flour, warranted to keep the summo .

; vAt tC! tUCk LU $ chneesof another j bear abel lo by enny, tha is proparty, an them j friends of the negro. How inLnitt-Sy Iei3 are they each perpetrated[ the most diabolical outrage A true extract SAMUEL from the mimites. Ja'y 12.BERRY IfcSl. d; KOWLC 27 Auetionee-r ste. .
?, ta which te work properly be- that owns Vm paiio for "eni jU like i do fur the chances for wotk, comfort, and con ola- upon the wi'e.; They r.i.nLtheir escafc Secretary.y : F

my bo.-s and Ian, an tha ort, nn as fur as i j: tic n to tIP! deluded slave, where the hypocrite but some of them have since been arrested. --- A Valuable Tract of Tobacco Land

can tia! shall, by olloml to ue rm ufimirlrsen j tices him from the spot where he is eared Among those ntili at large the name OBITUABY. for Sale.

',.'.jrecr! iht SaeaiutKh Georgia ted, su go wiiar tha j.Ic as an when tha jK-ac) I fur, lobe, abandoned to destitution and wietch- of John McElianny, a young man formerly Died at Magnolia Spriiig, Lowndcs County, Ga., TT7ILL be sold on a credit *1 tweTve months at .:

NEw.o 1131b'_ 18. an when the Jvongres an the Piesadont PItlia I c e on a strange and uncongenial soil. employed in the'iVist Office, is mentioned. WeJnesdiy: the iCithi Jnlr. ilr. DANIEL V,'. 1 V Vernon, Wa-hingtci Comity, nn ihe firtt Mon

; 7* stcaasW: ? Drothcr JohnaUian, from) > shat.l, i fur 1 i is whim to Hte. an i tel yu Another umaik suggest- itself upon the THOMAS, in the 28th year of Lb s.3. day in October! next, iuo acres of v.iluab'e Hammock

i what it is, Jew el t, } u ar cerKerlatin dangrous j humane verdict of the Southern jury. The The Future Witts) <>flhd.-XTs. Elli 1- Mr. Thomas \ra* a native cf tic State of Connecticut Larvl, bCOIIIYI' to the estate of JoLn Fergu' n, decea -
arrived last with
th i 1U5t
fx-ns night, do tiins i when the da in her Lectures adtlre but fur the last few e < an cums that yu com- care with which: it guards the rights of this ed to Young La years n resident of Tronpville Valley about five miles fr >m the Court House
end 8 185.000 ia !d. to
S rc Tfrers go pi,L1I yur o/j\! rk, iiamdey, to isy the poar negro i ic. in chaiacter with $ho wht>le course of dies, says:-" My pretty little dears, you are Ga. lie lias left a large circle of relations and which point Holmes Creek i* navi ab'e! all the vear.

: ]!v ieliiotitT Johaathia vo have San agiiikt the rich, we will n-a wtes that! m.-iiks; Southern treatment of this class ofincu among no more lit for matrimony than a pullet is I friends to mourn hu irreparable los. He died, ns it It is well watered, and well adapted! to the culture

wi-w dates to June 14th. The burnt jm'w. \> bind run coal l to thiisk: on : an i no\v them ; and the confidence with which} the Ifok after a family of fo-irtee-n: chickens.-- wrre, a stranger, in a strange land-no relation tothed of Tobacco, Cott n, Corn, Iticc, an-J Sngnr-canc. .

i nenl reluilt. I \vaiiisiuenaboisto bow air of jit rich min I i accused \entured his liberty for two years The truth is, my dear gills, you want, generally a tear was present at lia interment Every there Only!is a about small T.O portion acres of of cleared the Land land,is under cleared knee but

] asju, or any othars that cetkt'atts tich doc- this speaking, more liberty and less fash tbinj ivas done to rentier the deceased comrortatledunng ,
uie irkts re overstocked, sid prices upon verdict, is a tribute to that character on which there is l.ig house*,a well cf f iw1 I wafer, orchard .
j trI ius, fur tlia ar wurse than nbbcili.hunej-ts in I i I which will doubtless tnrprie many Nortl.ern .- ionable: re'sttaitit, more kitchen and less par his last illness. The Lest iledicalailT25called Lc. on public lanJ ndjoiniug. It i i< a high and -

| the middle of us ; an as fur you, Jim. Jewett,, people who have been accustomed to be- l lor, more It>g exercise and less sofa, more to hia..=;si->tance, but the malady refused toielJ healthy fltuaticn, and adjacent to good range for cattle '

c iicultaral accounts arc fa- ji ;i.h! $11 wusfcl.utupin that pouten rurne u I i j l licve i that I hat there is no charity or consider- i !rnakirg* and Ivss piano, more franknes and \ to Medical treatment, and my friend closed his and' liogs .
The land
improvement on public will be sold at th
r5liI*. irit to the CYntiacl bout, BO yu cud see how i Jal ion for blacks in the Southern States. IOPS mock modesty more breakfast and less eyes forever in the cold and tranquil slumbcre ofdeatL : same time. .

Tin Ii lisas; in the Soa&ern part of f the i mene nn bow smull yu liiked wlion yu wor 7 T. (). Picayune.lj I bu u.tle. I like the buxom, bright-eyed, rosvcSieekeei Peace to the dead. IL JAMES M. LONG, Executor.

i toikin; in this way, an men, if that is the dif tuu.Iii easteti, bdutuing) las, who July If?, ISSI. 27 8t

5 5.it c'linaiif tru.nnP'. I frans in the 2 dinners, i !h'l' go lo the ruth lj<>:td' n. AI tu n
N. TsJ iacendbrjatten |)ts have been ( eni rites, far i LJeve in the ) *( >tIB, an ast Ancrican Matters and Manners. me nd trousers, command a regiment of pots -There will be a meeting of the Centreville Southr Co-Partnership. .

tu.w destroy SAU Traacisco.&MIU1S8 t i fur yur hoar man's diners: yu foaks that's The Americans area wonderful people.Tcxas .- and kelllcs, milk the cows, feed the pigs ern Rights Association \Vu2ne&Iay, the Cth of An 'T'lin J Jgust nerahip nndersizned under! flrtn have c.fC I'lis; &day J. forn ezinni..i.*>d a Copart .

: one of Ute Irish patriots, had: | pear cans yu wants to be jioar) ati got plenty: j and California-the Mormons and! j chop! wood, and shoot a wild duck, as well at the Centreville School Home. Members of P.EO. H MEGf.VNISS. .

d from outh Wales to San Tnmciseo, proj 3 'pejta, too, you can trla an cat: it. the 1 Rappitre; -slavery and rowthism-will not cs the Duches) of Marlborough, or the Queen j the Association, are requested to be punctual ia th 'irteudatre. Jily 1,1551.: JOS. R JIEGINNSS.

j iicb fo-iks: yu tork M muti-h bout, has Jill'-rfc j s-alNfy; their crating nppvtilc for novelty and of Spain ; and be a lady withal in the draw- 1 at .
! j
: ;s ('dviia much enlhusiasni.ftaUiOTiT'n .- ; treated all { excifemcrt. characteristic of the in But for Groceries, &c.
us for.ks like Though g-roonn. as
I poar ; an MUC you, i j-oor pining, moping, \7JI. IL BRADFORD ..
! end oihrr Irish exiles anti it :j Jifj JfWttl, ha? ''ohf l t-o tr.utcb b',u1 it, i l..is rc&lJcss( spirit of the land, the newest: wonder 5Prewed-ap, wasp-waiste'd, .u tv-litcnI, muMCmurdering July 26.1 SOI. 29 2t, Secretary. CUUSHED and' brown.Sugars, -

i1; *..cciWutijuijit] to escape the ait. ,UJ notlsed an tl a alli'js bin the sain to inc an 41 005 not, like FO many of its predecessors, i iiovel-divourirg, ; daughters ofj erm Candle Candlrs.Sj *, Patent Pearl. do.; i

I my nabors sine i ha been hear, an any thing borrow its principle; charms from a montiou fashion and idleness, with your consumption- To the Voters of Jefferson County : Sperm Oil!, Linstei: Jo., i

1 to thf kontra unit so. <- mixture of the criminal and the pucrtitious. soled shoes, silk stockings, and calico shifts, Burning Fluid, Tanner's Oil, t
xe a l.iers f.tu Astoria, Oregon, toT' r Col James R. Tucker, Sheriff of Jefferson .
hut i 16 rgro-ring from f-ubjec what A change} of dress ia not a very serious you wont'tdo for the future wives and mothers Kenned Salaratuj, Starch.
(an. Latxs is elected my County, having declined running for that office for the Colaa'e's No. 1, and Family Soap*, Ii.i.
i of
I intens nun; boat, an yu must tease \ ur frc-.id I, maU[ T-1 ut the nature of the change England. pest term, I respectfully announce mj self a candidate Old Brown Wlndtor Soap, #
are prouiiang. I Joe 1)oatcs.) I.nmored tinile. Tired
crops muy provoke a good ; Mti-k and Rose Soap.
Si.&ui r.E'1'wzs f>r flue ame. WILLIAM IL AXDHEWS.
\Vvl\\, tune as i got thin the conversashun it Fpcnvsof the fashions of Knrope-too long OUTDONE.-The LaGrange Superior Florida! Molasses, .i

at the Masons i the slave1 of Paris and Louden in all thr.t Reporter, of the llth inst. says : One While Wine Vinfgjr,
r'-HImarket: heavy ] | Sfinmenary, i eluded to cum re- %3T \YE are authorized to announce OSCAR A..
.. ; prices uadisnged: ; j
.. th of the Cd Pickle. in
night inst. quarts and haH galloct,
n servant
S. uf s sc.1 1 tonlay. | up to the sqaair. the fun was jt risen, an i iS" l Intee to fipiale f.ippery: and finery-the bells IK longing to Mr. II. A. T. womanly as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Kock Salt for Slock, trv, &.P..

T." I 'd a crmd an' an ole ship cault-d ibo Hark af W&shintonand New York are turuiug their \ lliuley gave -birth Circuit Court for the County of Leon. For sale by G. &. J. MRG1NNISS.Jnlv .
't amJiij.s Tennessee and California, j j \c ;' i felt litlle fclkcered, an axd the matter, attention to the green and scarletcst the j t o a child hating two perfect and distinct: j 12. l l. St 27

1 !"7::iri' )'iroht* two id a biii niiUioasi what the ole chip w&s dcin than ; ilin tole mefche muslin trouers and embroider l.u'-kin*, of 1 j j !head* and necks on one body, It has two tz- WE are authorized t<> announce JOHN NU-I -,,
-i v.-ucL; b rent bones and two si'ines and it is COMB, a-i a car.ditaeforthe office of Tax Dry Goods &c.
is now an- its way to Neu was chartered for to bring the kar.non anpioviffiuns C'on Ltulir.rj ie. one of tiio bolder spirit.In ve ( aunpnced Assessor .

: for the baihakue. well, wliil iou.- already appealed in tle: public btn-ets in this frrtn external indication) two sets of'I and Collector fur Leon County, at the election in ON: hand and and I'M' tor drnwD wie bv tit the subscriber

"' I kin bout this tcrrabls O Zi ie tal colur.e ctldi.'g curious antl digestive i organs. In other rc.-ppcts it docs I October next. July 5, 1S51. Bltac'ied sheeting
\ 'Lta i *''T.-it i* recorded as s si ii-: a exj-loshun occurd 1, ( r. picturcequ lie different New York ilills Long Cloth. .
' *-' fai: t'.t the i which shattered kannoti, ship, an all. i hoi-] t ? feature to the fcomcuhnt prosy line? not seem to from other children.Tle .- AVE are authorized to announce JESS :M. English L ns Ctiiuh-Cwibtk sTiir'ing
t'aring laic terrible con->: I lered l fags and arm* an- perfect, and!, excepting Bro. and bleached Sea Island
| out, wliat's the OKit'cr: an an iifb: lie:1 and features of Hroadwiiy. Whetla-r tLU ROBERTSON, us a candidate for the ofice of Tax shiting
:'Tat:; ;; F.ai: Trancijco net the pats above nien'Jiitil as double there IPI! linen* (rim 33 cfs to 1,25 jd.
a tingle sod per
matt'uew mathcra, iodoad, faith don't %u new mofjc will tiiuir.pli in the States i isnsyc-t Ast-e-iH-r aivl Collector for Leon County, at the election Linen Cambric Hdk'ft .
nova I-2A to 30 .
'oft-.flr'li f ,, of any kind was dest-oyvd. tea he's barnt, au sure enuiT ho wu i cfu- uncertain ; but the leaders of toa in its litorary appears no deformity \\hitoeThe most ia October not. Jane 14, iBM.'r Rcviere.hern stichid and scrolled borrfrM.c f.

:'-' ":07 tjaw'oljiig; house but three was i d id 4t woslhne fur nse to le.iv, an i aited fur citic, it is aid, smile graciously on the swprLiptj pT-t of the wh<,le atrair is that! the Toilet linen.Lnrgh\vnliiienCamorichdki[ .

1 II >an: I'ahi diaiicr, with r. big Icrowd an the pioneci s in this so called path of reform. The mother i k alive and doing well, although the tho Voters of Loon: Cambric onetjanti \vid ifuslms. ,

j kuloje i i nint wife ami ofa ccitaiii child weighed at its lirth eleven and .1 halfpounds. Curtain Mu lirH from> 12j to'Arls. pr. jd., striped, .
a llyin. ; got time to rite yu no daughters poet arc paid FELLOW Crnrr.vs -! now, for the first time saff.my and

r. rL ?t., Mor9 X'WL 1 i more noxv, hut we bad a grate dinner an a t to astonish! puMic meetings and morning lectures J Dr. II. Las preserved I it:, in alcohol name to *r-pear before ytu Tor an ofHcc of profit: -KiTibroidered.ALSO- ,

ErvIOutai4tbcIiticrt. 1 grate tj-ach. t by the hriilhnce of tluir new co.-dirnp. in i winch state it was exhibited for several Should I be elected. I have no Hesitation ia saying, flarnqh Table Linen, flro. Linen TiLIe Clctli. '. t

"*.' "1>*rrr; abulhiomet, lay the name, oft j Tour sincere cud fectionate (rend. l the women tuke generally to the close-fit- days l at his office. It is his intention to present that it shall be my chief aim to tli charge the dutiof ]l: Family Linen and Planter Drilling.
': ihw: it to the Medical Cettnad Nankeens.
U'tiUim College at
wholijiik from New Augusta.
:* ] JOE DOATES, ting vest and contiiiu.'itiuns, we srrioe the _,. ._ | the onuce to the satisfaction cf the publiaJ. HuokabKk Dianer.Redtick. .

( e".jU. jl jjcltwnsiast' : week stina.iti.; Of od'lain. near the IJuliXarrmr Pirana. I men will, of course, have to iloa the flowing A Kaff lit*.-Several gentlemen> mf were riding II. ROBERTSON. Richmond Stripes.Jlns .

i ''fdfror,) ', ar.iCV: : ontv, >orpia, bv robes and gowns of the Kast. I'a'-hinii i, in i: a car en one of the Boston railroads *. Mat J rashes* &.c. .
o1 it-c;: ;} : >jiut-d for ; J"apet\utgara.-'flomas A. CsT: WE are authorized to announce HALEY T. "Costs' Spool Cofton. ,
Bp} ll.atpur-' i pr'jvt-ibiilly iiicnn.el.int. !lht could ha.c few when the '
"'' t( 'euii! llint }Ii > i bad 1J411 ia IItC b u1i r; i iI Logan, an cima<; !.Jft young lawyer of ('i:::3. expected: that Tu-k and lg\pti.ii: Tuniian a days rj/o, conversation turned 1JLOCKER. Esjuire, as a cacdldafe! for the office of Jlirshall's fine black linen thread on spool.
now ; the next Presidential
ci' on : election and the
''r'1| ; 'ci.maTi, %on of the cotamwlbn bud Sheriff of Leon at the election in October -ALSO:1 *
,. e-Atiur} :al-olUirtn *cenltinent I a nr.no\v all County, > : *
aid Algeiine, are taking lo coattails merits and prospects of Webster Ililmorc A few cheap! chair
ani1 for; Lis ,
y life
T1'1 atn ;.' Uiepujtle" of War- escape a iajs ago at Niagara: and pantaloons: that the hat< hct {faced Scott, Cass and-others were dNcussed lar next. May 2-I. IS3L Common rocking chair .
Lfl<1 to* fae had Tails.1 A young lady-a to him had! 'p. HigJ poit Bet-sccb.
.. been detected stranger '
i it iisA ,
,, V derendents of the (loths would take to the After some lime a solmin imlmJualIio had : AVE are authorize to announce I). Vt'. *
thtc 4 veiitdrwl far Wash stands
: :t. netn too out on; .1 rock fee., cc .
f I. L IS SUj1O4 C ovenhc above the jniijrclhig l bright draj iies of scnii-barbaro Aua ?-. ] j Ifcttncd h: silence, addressed the part thus : GWYXN", as a candidate for the office of Judge of. fi. fc J. MEGINNIS5-

.VT0! !' nit.1 ;- 01 ti s1tves ai1 nec- rapids and cataract; the' became l How 1 Jonathan could continue to go aheadat :'dderds yen are all of you wrong. Icfoie'tne Probate fur Leon County, at the election in October .Tnlv V!. ici: 27
4 z ".: w. Ln 't 1rrcct Cf i n andinsurborr j: \Jxigan, wio hnjipcned tctamed: to bo.fur help. our the g his u ual: pace ii i-uch a (dies, we are f fpcardcly ( : election of JW2 the woilJ will have nest. May 17, 1SM, Valuable Lands tar JSalo. '
tiee fnets standing on
a ta"et able to imagine. Nor, when the ; end and Jesus ,
lLJs f(.mc to an Christ will Le the
,:, : "as and a Commit 'bank, flow to her rescue, and succeeded i in l blue stocking, to common in the United States \President of the I-.irersoI": : started \Ve are authorized to announce DANIEL] HAVING purchased all Ihe Lands of Ihe Crn-

1.l.u.. Ct e) COUIti oR4luCt lIT.L Wtsoa- Ir ott (if I ; ; getting balance Len and tardy fell on thorc-but lost l.is own 1 has given way before the invasion jcvreled enthusiastic gentleman from the Up Granite State an McRAEXY, Esqr, as a candidate for the office of !Land Company as,the I \vtII Brunswick sell privatelr or ChaUahoochie until the-

..ir I 'tat dat .'. mta.i ceiijttee 4!ic* ; into the boiling U7g The j i and nmj.lc. drapery> are we aw arc whether the who *tutteinly: said! to the Milleiite, 'S-sir: Sheriff of Leon County at the election in October xt second Tuesday m October next, or rn that thy by
; J Jto young the ji j lectures and ing described
til" I gentle.' I innovator is to give morning I'll b-b-bit ten el-d-dollars
p up j you New WE
fitt'k! re j i were too much! paralized to oC'er, assistance. j 'I Hamp- : r. are authorized to announce JOHN H.RlIODtS Lots :
Le t ? s'as r.Liced n :" scientific f comrrsazioni for the oltorna'i tlie shire! v.w-'flh1l! for him !" A of .
p. :
go roar candidate IN GADSDEN
j Luckily for Logan the t tnnrghilly I laugher as a fur the office of Tax Assessor ; -. COUNTY.!
.:o', : j tIt _,I ft. },ji !t.' -uofli not however t '.KC \\hirpool, canitd Rut fanev the decendents .1 Quakers arid l'ilgriii as Ji<* removed himself to another car.---flos SW1andWjofSEofSec3. .
,I : t him! roard several times. In of h's October neat April 1 9. 1SM.
; they 1ad one SjofWjofNEofSec33.T4RCN&W.
.- ; rof ftvoretl I ll'.n gyra- > I'atluT3, who planted such stern maxims: I t''fin C6tir. .
n I, i ious be seized bush! that Lot No 1,4th of Scin fractional
a over-bung the a sectionNW.aadNEofSec4andNW4otSec3 3.
,, '. L. tctd h.m to |uit. w a- of society oq those shores, falling into these To the Citizens of Leon County.
;' ivurV.1L j 1 tcr, and succeeded i ia extricating: himself fro ; .
n 'Frederick Ddaglais'styrr! / Frederick .
vanities and Vexa'tons How tonhed! _:_ I respectfully announce myself a candidate T3,1t6.
i : r eini1e; muker by trade, :L i-id !i i Us perilous position. Had he fallen a foot would plain William Penii or atJ'terc! G'overnorl'radford Douglas-', the wrl! known.Fugitive Slave, the office of Judge cf Probate for the County of Leon IN JACKSON COUNTY.N .
L 1Q Augut of,1 further out-beyond] the edge of the whit Ipool has comn.ciiced the! E I and tofN W J rf Sfction .
al 3u.
;. ; CnsWna1it be to so-? a bevy of New Woild, I just publication, Uo- at the dectioa in October next.
T.u:: )'LII; :, t1 he was then ia that no baman niil could have prevented him beauties chester of a large and I EiofSE1andSWcfSIefSec2ZT3.
: *r suvs city, i ;from sail into church or meeting-as cither handsomely printed March 15, U51 JESSE ATKINSON.is r. R 7, N and W. ,
: carried
*. being over the frightful cataiact.:: of them iht if ahivc-ia the veetIy p.iperithI the above title. "The new 4
now corueoas --- --- Lots 2, 3. l.and 3 of frac Sec 30, and !Infg.bpin"
.* ...! ofF Icer fl scol4lrn safel!7 a. Cincinnati Con. cobiumc of the Asiatics! paper is the result ofa union between the t heNnffracSec31ofT4RGNandW.con;
:a t .. i.a z ear ner tte. A Polish Hero's Funeral. North Star, lately published by Mr. I)., and I talnimrS"t } ac.e

1. n::; fi-let ILL, } We are j'eniiilled to make the following More Morman Kevclatioas. the Syracuse Party Paper. John Thomas, .1 I prarf"'Jig ociated Law, will themselves give prompt for the attention purpose ito of; hX DECATUR COUNTY.GEORSrA.
'. FpedJv The Mormon bit-hop, (iladdcn, of Ohio who formerly conducted the latter Lots No113a.iJ 420 2Ist District, containing
I ca it w3terI j extract from a letter rcciive.l by lilt towns- is the as i y business entrusted to thin care. 50iJ

I : j ":': tt irn' giji be., robb1y Lei man Mr. John 11. Strou from a friend inWeisbaden says he has Idt'-ly had a revelation, announcing sistant of> Mr. Douglass, and was formerly aDisunionists July 26, 1851. 29 tf rote.-There acres. is a sdall reservation in Gadsderi

1'T.rt ? Ueimany, dated June 16th, his duty to form an alliance with Queen I believing that the United States County. .

: : 4Ig.er.Iaw piti1athroii:g'salducrawii 151 : Victoria. Whither matrimonial or not he Constitution involved the North in the sup Look out for Fifty Dollars. Most of ihiS land i i' very fertile, and well arlapth!

ioulci S a This morning Umin&ki's funeral: look place does not my. The revelation, too, he says, port Slavery. He is now a covert to the I MAILED a Fifty Dollar Note oa the Bank of to the culture cf Tobacco Cotton! and Corn. To
? ti) set him aliove all other prophets. This causes doctrine of Lysamlcr that Chailestcn, S. C, on the 12th of June last at tha j anyprrionwubinz thi whole iif the land in either
attended Spooncr the Constitution
Polish ladies and ,
by home gentlemen I. Mineral Springs P. O. Columbia County.East Florida,, County, I wnnld sell a bargain. It i* situated on the I
: is the of Iowa denounce the
: Orson to bish
$ : diciitiot. of his icr- mid a number of our cili/ens. Count Hyde rightly interpreted, h not pro-slave-! for Pagcstille, New berry District, S. C, for which I Rivet near Chaltahoocbie.; at which place a map ofIhe .
Jne a.: ":arrt>nton commiltce! : Ledochowfcki Fpokc the following aflcctingwotds op's "unfounded pretensions, ns Hyde sayshis ry at all, ami that the United States Government : hare a wrtificate. The letter went fafe, minus the land can be seen and I can be addressed dntjtste

Ihi-ti Vatbon, is a man of over the grave of the deceased. clumber was lately suddenly illuminated has full power to riboluhsaveryb! every money, ns I have been informed. No. 88, letter rB.,2d, 1st rf August, after which lime at Coloinbas,

tel ? a' black hair and';' Umiti&U brave champion of Polish I lib- at night, and a manuscript book presented to I part of the lai.d. That ho is a man ofmaikcd payable to K. IL Sap r>r bearer, Charleston, 8. C. Ga. The lilies ar* indisputable
5lf5l.! 2G
eay ird_ him faltc teachers October, 1819, A. G. Rose. Cashier, II. VS. Connor, Jj'y JOHN C. RU5K.
warning against pseudo I. _
l casuresfive feet abhily no one knows him will ,
'J leveriy, rest quiet in this strange but hospitable deny. President, endorsed on the back IL: R Purviance, FL-u
t>5d .44 tvith '11 illclies--has a quick step.; ground. Ma\est thou find that peace, which prophets and wolves in sheep's clothing.- N.: Y. Tribune. Any iaforijiation relative to said bfll! that will lead to Groceries.JUST &;&' : *

i4: w-i. tS '" "cli'-H-d Inward, and thoti never couldit obtain in thy adventurous These Mormon's are certainly- favored very We hope the foregoing will not the ttie detection of the 1)tah1ner or the money, will I bethanifully recived from New Orleans, per schr. TVm. -
A' "reu-now i Iat checliof and highly with ecclesiastical communications beyond escape reciivcd, and liberally tewardc ,
d ears a eventful lifetime. In the name oflhy I>
attention readers.
The .
lie all others in this day. Even the I Ho* par Abolitionists IL E. PURVIANCE. 4 Cask* Sides, -
w"nt.v-lhrcc stricken ,
a e 'rl-lT3ay3 poor fatherland, in the tiarne oft thy Chester are giving up thf doctulneofdi..sinionauidb Mineral Spring*, July 20,1851. 29 4t 4 Casks Shoulders, .
thrown in th : ,
rapping i
l.411y. Pass for twenty five or | far off friends, and coiupaiiions in arms; I bid are < coming conveits to the doctrine that it t 2 Tierce's Sugar CuretTIIam.1, -
thee farewell Kcht in Peace! shade by them. Uy the bye, what has become : constitutional to abolish Tax Collector's Sale. 2.M TLiin fWill

lrke ? Qzieen Jo.-The| Queen can And to you, men \Vicsbaden, I give: of the the Fox Uloomcrs;and Fish girls have they given and hence ihey! intend to slavery stay in everywhere the' Union' ;; virtue of authority in me by law vested I have BO;6 bbls dozen, Extra Flour, -
to I .
We I'orterquarta.
&1 I-Pit 6 ''P cannot create :iiti i i our thanks for your sympnlhv! in oar sorrow, way expected by? for that purpose. This makes them clearly seized and levied upon fourteen hundred and. '
lc this time that they and Sundciland : of Land in 9 pint* ,
zr 'hue remembrance of the Leroy ,, thirty-seven acres lying Leon County,situate
ad whichthe l Constitutional Union" 1 box James
hospitality the Allen
one difference -Columbus Tote "
griat I the great median, would have founded a a few miles South-caj-i of the city of Tallahassee, ,
two ii, that Ulu former drain. and deceased enjoyed" in your midtt thill ricvcr religion of the-ir own, arid laid claim to new 'finite purporting to belong to William E. Kilcreage, and will !610 Gallon Kegs. tnt, Bound, ?4 ::4 .
die a 5 BoSes Star
replCftb1I in hearts. portion Candleis
her our be offered for sale in front ci the Court House door]
'ac ; treasury. You may of the public, domain, by right of letters. Normc TO DO.-A man with a wife 1 Barrel Louslana 4 .
t :: IOC around but There was not one tearless in that on ia Tallahassee, ort Monday the 3d 1 day of Noeu ab.r Rum, .
() > you cannot 1111(1 crowd.ozr. eye patent received direct from the spirit of Coluinbus : one arm, baby on the other, n basket and a next, within legal bour To bo, sKld to satisfy the 6 Coxes Uerring. -.

rI I.LI pirnage head t inthe( one who or some great Indian land-holder on cane in eric hand; a cigar In his month; and Taxes duo thcrcbn fof tLc year 1850. 4 Ctiilsh1 ..

te tq4neb and hands to mull Ih1aly : Sambo, where did the Mexicans suf. this continent in tho year one. his hopeful heir hanging hold on his coat D. McRAENY. 1. Rarrel Crnahr.ruiiiur ,

and |Jea urcs of life. J ret the most ?I" Vliy, in defect' (def nf) I IicAanug) jacr tail. .. July 2C, 1 ESI.. Tax Col:ctor of Leon Crmit'I-,-.. I of whicit k ; ]OW for".enhi.I! FEl.tLI4) -: ,

. I June 28, 1CM, tt .

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31. ft. rAFT. Towle dt P. P. LEWIS Legal fltocrttecmentaIn U y a e and Female
c 4 Amendments to the A. E 11.X1VUL Myers, Acade

CONSTITUTION OK rHr.si.ViLU"FLORIDA.I MAXV/ELL & PAPY, HAVE on hand.and arc now rwetrjcfr.a new an J local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. T'1 :

tj; yq ATTOBXEYS AND COl'XPELLORS AT LAAV, .' a COM3 UI the new biuldini: imrncili- Chancery. will be timejtNiwwAcademny

< l LyviT llaiitinj Watches, ;aV V x IV ntclv East of the Pott Otnce, where MIDDLE CIRCUIT_JEFFEIteON COUNTY. ready for the-e
7.. Pn. J'tfth (;rz,# J7 4ssrwby. p'I FLORID.t.
.fInp.I \nxssr.n
M! Anchor Lever do hc will La
(! > found profetsloral'yenjajed.
I une?
I IiIwiin vj Jtfide Xllr, Sccfzni Zt. V Mi Ivina Philip, ) Efficient and faithful Teacher
I of the Ccsuiitul pursuance in. rtiruary S, 1?T>1. 5 _ Silver Lever llnntirg do September 7, 1850. 85 r, > Dill for Divorce. I>LiMrtnX, Tie Int, -,rTul lo Y4111t14e
Silt or Anchor IIT do );
Robert Philip! ) pIT with an extensive Hiemical.ematical
; CHARLES, DOWNING, Lapine and common to PREMIUM COTTON GINS. the satisfaction of the Court, by !
NtfnamPnd1h .. .-joffcf tb Fifth anpearinir to Apparatus, well i5h.
: : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Gtnlleinen'j an! L.nlie, R *otn Pini.a scnfrnl asnrttnent the Co Robtrit Philip, evalullc
TAYIilli A CO. of that
Proprietors I affidavit mid.: in this ca e,
if ol thin State and alto Cabinet of % Mld
Article of the Cnn t at:on ; and ET. 5Lncr.Ua. Tie "r7 *
I : Tlorida.Offico of Kr and Finger Riug., GolJ Guilds Cotton I (ini M ha\e the sitKtdClion reside in this State, Luf in the
tn tru'wl An Art atneiuMory ui f the Twelfth Tallahassee, :intitartory, Defendant, does not number of stu.ents! t fnmnece ar4! UI tL,
d ; Constitution nf< Keys. Fob and V<**t Chains. S als, Gold and Silvri I to announce I to I tluir patrnit* ami! I I lie Plan United Stares, in pirt unknown, stint the ordinary that trs4
of ti Ptfih Aiticltf th? : at tbe C pItoL anr more ample
Cia .
HC tr Silver Gold! cw
Gnt.] I
; Pencil.G n Spectacle?, served him : ,
thronghc Ue be
nenerally, Cotton region -
men growing cannot upon
till Si.UP, 1Th2 adipted by the Third awl Fmirtn 11.irt1 15, l1. 10 IfW. and Rn Ruttnn4 and process cfsnbpo-ni provided! ccw building, fr a boarlin..
Wve, Cellar!! *>u Silver.Pearl i ll'af they ate prrjVrfdto npply nun.ber Ordered That said Defendant. Robert -
therefore ,
any /
etirral .\* r-n,'>lti s M as to give tbo Election otJ M more fxtiiM've plan than the
I <:hiil Card'a f9. G n1J and Silver Thimbles. 1in of their ceh-hraird Pr.riiirM GINS. aid answer the Bill of Complainant former
: "4f* to the Penile 0. H. DAVIS ('nnhs. j Philip appear been erected. and l are now under
and I'uiT.lo the
Fai months ( el
? I Where these dins ln\e been once used, it wou'd HIM in 'his c.uc within three rum
EiTUON I 1. r.fil envied by Ike Senate endTV.T ATTORXCY AT LAW Als Trrcch M.intlf (*Iocl Dill will
be deemed unnercsory for the Manufacuiei, / the Floriia
Haa*' of Ruprtseatalice tf ptctalIe fnnrtilie: in the
XV.irc Silver TaMe and Tea place.
neti. That ihe Him taken n, hi* abde at Tallaln-f, and will Pinlwi ami diver word in their favor, as they fed confident inetr.achinM be taken f"r confessed a;ninst him. The prjri
eril .fam&tg rnn ,' from fft *
in < to !0
4 re HAS tii'e in ibe Ccarls pf the Middle Disliict, Spoon*, Plated Spools.: F nrkrr -am and Soup Ladies have been hronslit t<' s'icli perfection that At Chamber', TalhuliiM.; June 20, 155:. Per mfoith. F ( theCon imitionf
Iy cnih Cl3n.t PlatMl \Vanes d"! i Tc\ Sit, Castor Candlc- ticnlar respecting rates r.f tuitic-n.
their will recommend them CAKER &
and ot Franklin and Jackson Counties. superior performance J. V/AYI.r.S Judge. .e
H irt-n lfl Ac enlilW, An A tftl* Statr, a Solar Lan Silvc- and ( ilt Girandol Catalogae, whkh r.iav ipe. fiU.iiift
tick ?, Ty
I March 0, tsrw) 9 r in prtfercice to all other Giriu now in u..r.. For thenlisfaction June 21 1S3I. 21 3m
the Twelfth Cha 'f the Filth Article <.l.llheC
amend Abo. fine double baneilcil Guns' Shot and Gatr.eRass. ol tlio e who l hVe not ii d the Gin, N. IL STEW ART
; : T U'uiu>i <>l
/ the Circuit C
term of eight years iustrad of during good behaiar THE Strops. &c.qu&lity have bfcn awarded to them frr the DEST H1N ehiUtrdat \- GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. Madison Male Acadcrnv!
," be, and the game are hereby, a amuiidi d asto GOJL OF Tlfe SOUTH. and *qrtment of
J>. general Perfumer-,
Miiiv t ihecrcal Slate Fair held at A lanta.Gerr- Ar CHAMEEUS, Tallahassee, July VJ, lS1. T S School will nmencc it* econj ,
\iz the first
f read a tollows, : on lIE u'krigncd, a Cdintmllee ol 1'ublu-ation, on &C..C. TO W LC & MYERSerfeuher <;ia; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agrirultuial t b in tlif tho .1 Oct" rr, > aro'.e of Hie M.i' and Riusdl 2 1550. HSJ
tklP eoee Agricul.Society
: part and Mechanic' Pair, licit! at Colnrf.bns ; ard at the MONDAY. July 1 tth, an.! terminate irj
Divoice. on
and nihe fist &lnda intrtowr Dill for
and >
fifty-three, lural respectlully! nuite ptibltc atteniion to V anni.il Fair of the Sruth Carolina Institute, at ts. ceiabcr lltlu -
1 :. *vry tit vears theretHcr, tlu-rt f-Udllbeelocti-d! byttetj'uUSed tie lbwine Prospectua nf a Montbh Journal boinihiscily Bonnets, &c. Chiilf8ton. The Cotton pinned on lliise Gins received Catharine L. Townspntl. )

4 elect < f eaclvof respective Judi.CalCir pnblI4uMi undct the auspict-s cl the above UST rcctivcil n general assortment of Ln die* and the f r-t Pruiiinm, at the exhibition I.eld in TT ar"pfarin to the sati-facticn rf the Curt, by RATES OF TUITION.
of tin* Slate one Jail e ot the CiifiutC affidavit in (this cause filed, tint Catharine L.Townserd For
< uit < turned Axix-iation. XU e Spring: suul Summer D 'nnet Straw ami ChrllonH Car -linaand ai Fair where Spoiling Reading, Writing; Arn ntPtic anrf rcranny.
nV every
I ft, who !ull eiditln the Circuit forwlucn The work will he lU-volpd to the interests of AJJficultUeaiidlfoihculttinlKiiT 'ilk Jenny IJtul! Flat Gent IVy- and Infjnts CLina sampleof Cttton fr iin I ll.cni have been cxhibittd. the Defendant in this came, renJs beyond pr session. "
i Way 1> elected, aid c ,ntin e in ofilc for the ttiiu the j irisdictioa tf this Court, and out of the The above, with EnsrfeU GramnwPrny. n>
>rsican(1: Rural' Etonotay. ( Pearl, Lefflifm. Punaina nnd 1'aTrn L"af Hat FnnrhSprijs Tie! Pioprieti hav ill their po'ies.iic.n numerow j.
*)f e *, will bs iucliideil j and Wreailw (vhite nnd c -. ,i 'sZt sI -cef'ilin bis t-leilioa nl w ncxiner ,i.'Uiovcdi thai the // i"* Ordered, Thit the n5d Defer>d.. ion,
cu'ilurc of
the Far.P.muml'
Jail concerts Crops, impiove- and colon-! 1 FWr Matting, : I'.inw [fission R! rrh3ris, and Manufacturers of Cotton l
i'i i t'.ie provj'.i'tns tr.jJ in this j Ooastjt'itiimjor :tnt of the Sil, the matu eroent of tlio) Faun, the | ll! 'ttes ainl Sun Slwh-s: Ronn.'t S vh. Ne'k antI (io .iU, testily ing that' the Iortiimnanee' of I the Gin-, plead, answer, or demnr to the aid Bill ot Complaint The Lntin and Greek Languages and JLi'matics. V

t .- i-moval flf Jniljj.-* by a ot 1 01 he fc.j hearing
: AnJ 1u WLHI1 l neiK'i't duty .ro con/<*<(oand that this cause set The of tuition
Housc-keeprrV Uepartmt'iit. In t their connexionwiih For rale by HLIll A RUST. by Gin ever mai.iifactured. ; price to be pail in ai'
tiutbi-ient (hr
r c i'IP.i which sint? not be gVII4 imp the intereelji of tli f Soil, the olherindoatudll'iirsuit April 19 l.\51. 13 All orders for Gin given ither to cur travellirporloc at thy next term of the Circuit Court f'ir Gad Madtl,00, June 21, IWl. 2 i
1 .. '. 'rnt, the Onver oi shall rtm-u'e any tifth mOM den County in October next, and that this Order be V
of the land will receive tLcir
appropiialeatlentun. l Agents, ti l.irwarded to the Proprietor by
twn.tuiwl of the Oner A8cra- 4 -
in this
tii" a idres* f( published! in some public newspaper printed Groceries. V
1>IProei: eifi months, and that Ctitiiplaiiui.t -
will he sent I lo of I the cour.trv and rftw
I k.iail l o,' stated at !1.'n1b in such a E.qr., to satisf-irtirn. ...) l.J
M. rh-irnb( r. Kr. Psb->hasbtvn fur X Orleans an increased supply of die folloau article give JOS L. nUTTON.; Agent. \VAYI-ES: CAKER, ..TtrJe.A 4 Z eask.tierces Sh SusarrcreJ ulder Harns,
i.otiiitd to %
I.' -' t % or onIMH| wo e. r connected vuit:); the ,\zrif Jtur.il IVeM andS ? *: trne copy-Attest,
Columbus, Ga., February P, IfeSl. 5 barrels Ohio
i li s i ii idd t *i? r nwcd ; and hu tlull .M* equaliy dsiIt'i.iud!) is a Practical ai.d Rci iificKairner CO bbK extra Flow, 40 < Mw Poifc, ly R. C- LKSTER, Clerk. SO Fh'UT-ticrtiie,

.- I! d & MI in lusowinli-JeUce, buf Te ai.y amJOani'ier.! t '*l Chamber* i it one of the 15'J sack* Corn, 12 caks bi'les, Just Received and for sale low by July 5,18)1. afi 3m 1 EaggP4 Harris,
i ..! b'laii'J; } =>j; and in such ca cs, 1 .k Porter 1 liarrel tine Cum,
'I i sI tni>qt inteiH ru1 ?i.d nirc.'S'.ful I PJ mtrn in the Sf.ithThay 4 lw#* Rio Coffee, ca ,
I :i \ totii '>. a by xe.iiVid iiay#, anti euici1 will he a5i'ftd liv <;a able cnrus of Contributors 1 barrel laird, 1 k.. Lard Oil, J. M. WILLIAMS, In Chanc cry. 1 JO eks Salt,
ich b41t" ri-siMJCtivoly. flutter, Western ami Gr-Ltn M.aV! .. .
'i I I ill"! ,among Inept act ical Farmers and Planters of the 20 f koij8 4 ca--\'! Shoij1.f.r! and Cot Rope, assorted size-f! MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF rLfRhI-iN GADS-
electt of all kind
s, ,-, -J'C! ;/ / trl'in entitled That said p IAin't.I 1 hogshead Sofpir, 4 Iwrrek clarified Jo. MVN1LLA, Spstdesand! Ax., DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Liquors
.). '. > I Iherelninkilieieol inadi; *, in Just received by schooner E. Irrnr..'. i ,
: i I Each number will] e'v''. n s5\fren pages .qtiarto 1 I'nX Bft-f Tn ues, 1 tierce: Ri 1141 iflttr ; AT CHAMBER June 21A D. 1S5I.
I I It 1fl31l: \ ;in.t --t ib..i, or wh.eu way : !I > ptiiiifd \th new t pe on .. I 11.-. 1r the election ol HHniici toi.l Elbert Johnson June 14 taSl. 23
I. vi # j sifld turniuhed snUscribcM th1Z411 BrJidy) Pt-sielw* J Jr tl
'of the GuVirnoriiM"i lo at I ll.e rfe of One D.*Jj J- 2 jnr- Old! mid Y"tiii.r! TowMs'-nil's Sprntpnnllo, .
I 'tirt 'I .i: I c thcituty u Li which bo aid 2 IwiTt 1* M. n'.jnielH! [ Petition for Difoiw.
j per annum, must t in tdvarve. i< 'VVhi'kry.ITi Trace Fifth Halter, I5rtast! Stretcher sml
uinhrthe scalol tLe idte, Log Fresh Groceries.V
Johnson. )
> 1--JO 4 I I fcj-: Post Mantel: are s
t .1.1.I ; p-- J I 4 the 'i ._iliput! i uiubci ol volfi isJ > and tbry may retain in tlu-ir hand twenty-fit per ustially found in a Gnvt-ry; Store, which T otft-r for Ftran ninufC1*, Patent Ralenees, 6O! lli.Spcvhig O reading the petition filed in this cause, and "OEK schooner"H Barna r fnm !>* Orieaoa,
M1iich tie cctioa
I I l tl.C! J i t )': -tict ] cent: ut! all sub-riiptiwns collected by I Ihera, orif1 pale on trrtiifs im favorable as any other Loux in the Kni ."*- and Needle Perci5j! Caps, it being made to appear to the satiric!ion oi .L M16 pounds HkltUin;?.

f 4 111'. ii /.T 'f. /, That wlu'irvcri i they preh-r it, a cojn of the \Vork will be sent to j city. Call and see for yourselves. fVffco >!iU.! fttdn f'-irl. Tluvmnmctcpi, the Court tiit! lh.2 Defendant resides bej nnd the S00t> Scgur cured r"-Wi:! .

t .,S< LI t ;. I .t- 'I4''v ninti! graiuSuni y, who will remit May Hi, IS51. 1 is A. II. FELKCLL. Cut Xai-! \\ f ujfht Xaib. Horse Shoe Nails. limit* 'if the S'afe of Florida, to wit : in the State 210O ", fnn.tl
.: font names u-ih f;,iit .. ."'Icr tJ Wbd.-'.r lIlY! C.ut Pw.t riiairs WillowY a
< ,
.1' e pr-nis- ,
0 p; in :d i. 'f-ry i > ( } All rotnimnicitiotw nust be addressed pnt t tHBM.io Notice. jf 1> i ii therefore Ord'rt't, That a hearing he had in 25 barrel Mess Rwlir,
r ; >n, i .i !_es lh're'It *!i n! Bueki'ls. Tub" Pi viun, Sieve1, TrayBrwni*,
i iii t t 't
i- Willin I i +1. CharnWis, PuMisher of this thj Fall Ttim Ib5l of the Gddaden 10 -
The ,
i car.di Syrup,
t, 1CS '' ''I44 : i /COOPERS A WXIEKL[ WRIfiaTS WAlCTCD. Potash, Sal SodA, fii-'b'' ,, C -.-, ?!:idr! '
t Soil of the South, ('uul'iri.bn t, Gi. Circuit Courtl'roriuhd : & tt No. 1 ilaekcrt-l.
I 'I )h-i.d; i r -. lor tifl' Ire V_, A ino t ewlkut (.jer.ur: fur a few gtio'1 xtwrkmcn Si*sons* sup 'rir< 5 s Tohun-o, Rail Road Snuff,
VAN LKu.N'.UiD. ) Committee That thiS Or !let published in one of lot u extra and .
aid tl t of jilxjvn trftdf-s if hulutrioui Ii,, and Java Colfee A fine n] r' n.Fl. ur,
'ill Ol Salt
r.trtictdsr1y ,
I I 'et t 'U : i'f> \ l-'l'1!' .tendy, Laguyra coarse ,
R. A. WARK in the of liLlahai'seef.r
> ofJ the printed City 4c9 Kice
t. I : I :. >l//i .-ii, r. i i', l (tin i. J i 'jri-s 11 the and willing to -\ork for renmraVip pnyT It would Spenn. Adania'itine Star and Wax Candles, newspaper; e* ,
K. IU'RT fisst
> Publication.i the : of three months previous to the & Rio Ciffcc.
sp.ce Iigi;
I M ri't n -' J I 'K> '' >. ."if>i d ticUtt ; Cu1iimbn Ga be wore tljau unle&-> for others to entertain a fl-> ( it IJ"X s llrovn Soi.p ditto fur the Tofitt,
i, April :n, isl. 18 3mNEWCHEAP Jay cf the oat'l teun. 2 b&rret White Beans
:-.I -' t I 1' i-C:'ia i iM -!>:iU bec! of coining to NEWPORT.Jlay Green & B'.fc. T. .1. Piekl.- IVflu.n Syr.ip, Claret, \VAYLES DAKEB, Judge &c. ,
3 :
I I 1 : : ur -ti.cls, as the L.--. 10, 1831. 18 Soda mini! Rittf r Cra.-fc r. Pine Apple Cheese, Big Iloramy
I CASH CLOTHIN3 STORE A true copy-Attest, lu boxes Star CawQt.s
Bucon Lar l. Flot'r. llacfc"rul
lt't u r
Ln Clerk.
: ( I '.' if 1? 1 P :. Tt! 1wula aV Received.CASES Loaf anti Cru.-l.ed ri-ijpir, \\ iti! tlie usiifd good as- ; >TEn, 2 fcarrefi Lard,
('batirnv ?nlu4'rih'r !] > 'pi'zied n tron ml CI/>THIXGE.5TAULISHMEXT June 2S, 1S1. 25 Sm Sf ti> litehels Ct-m.
ITf'y; L r I u : .o, or T SIDES HHrtiaentof artieb.in the Dry Good;
( .ii. n, loiaov.il, ori sri4 FURNISHING ,ne 8 Itt> Bran fm C..w=.
t '' Shop", hints, ILirdware, Cnvtcrv Suddlery
ihc i tl.iG iVirnot tui I doT! ; Smith <>f ?! -**. L \ui: AMOS, wlmv jie j is now t 2 blu.uidera, Line.lloom Jefferson Circuit Court. 4 Txam-l* ehriIed S"c T i{ r i ri>*jT'r"
ct e! $] Conrl. Trimu.mm. and D'rntie .
I it) i v.icancv, and Jio I optiiinsf a ivH s'r "*'' :arltut', <>f'jpen -- i is to enwnienitc Articles. .
required Fancy CHANCERY.
>sdo X. O. IX
I \i V J '.' r i RiADY-MAD7.: CLOTIIIXr. Mjih-d 1tbo -, lojr! > i Sugar Jtioc 14. Ij&l. 23 T.PROTECTIQH .
gis '< .1 > till ewii;Iv.e -. I ) T nn, < V. M. ;IVT jt, j nrt of COATS VFSTH an.l1'ANTALOOXS ] 5 arrvK Jf'>la 4" (Conclusion next week.) Paul tilDe, Executor of John A. Cnthbcrt, dee'J.

i -' : i I P i I lii t time be fud-; of vnn .iw rt\lo and (flhtie-: CO Ijjrrt-lu cilia rloitr, April 10, Ib51. HiV acinst INSURANCE COMPANY

u i i : i- i' i !l r'ull b" Silltl ttLite *'.J f, tirj cJSHJUI'S) all qualities; J tiik, SW SrptifinfFIrmr! Porlr.Q Jade dlenEitzrviUiam ByrdsaHard the widow
t ', l-- 'tl t tl.f %Ott>i b\ 1 Mi'hjxn'i 1 !'-tt 14 Vala l.ir'-ttiul Dni'vw; Glove-1, 20 ko s Lrul-4 1 IniTels do. For snlc T y and heirs ul John A. CiMhbert,deceased.yTFON EARTFORD, CONNE TK ti.

I'., 't 1 hi .i I- I l VU : : 1 i 'itt.i. Ii4rrtr, I H'i.. rv, S'lV.jul L'n r. H ui U-rclii* f. S: H-. Surnm'T June 7, 1 51.! 22 S. S. KNIORT. \J A BARRELS and for ife sale'.bvSUr'NAUGIlT Totk,kndhig from BriUra- motion cl Complainant, and if appearing Capital Stock, ,0.000.nn

i tih : i i 'k r > t i li.l an) such 4Id TilSivrKiwliTs *' nv IHt, ShotiWcr Brnef*. j nus, & ORilOND. w from affidavit to my satisfaction that defendant1 lIE 't'r* ned. Agent of the ib. ui .

e cs Ihc j:'. : C '' !h. udiMlie pio'i > l'iir.. 1 V.:4t ]W; Cturil 1 Bni-hns
I ) : ; .eniorsl.all tuvc TRUNKS. CAKPKT UAOS. aiiJ VA- 1 11 E underinedhn1nniadearrangements t% ith Newport, \ond the lin.iis'.l' the State of Florida, the one in jugs and their contents, en the no.t .> norshrer! -

1 : IpiIi1tXl"flt, aiI L1'IX rMUilCI LAS: tre1ier with a lare as=v rtni'.t a comptli-til and c'\ficrieiied Afjt'nt in tue City Colfee Sugar Soap &c. South Carolina and the other in New York,so that F. U. IrLM.tr; AtE.,

I 't 1' 1 h l i hifoiScelioin tiin of ZlatSj Caps Boots, Slices S.c., all of of Wa. htn4t"nT and beintj nuw provided with the the ordinary process of this Court cannot be dervtil Tallahassee, June 7, 1S31. J

( t h. u !.-ucccssvf shall lie aliidi will IK; >M cLejtn fr c--h. a]>proi.-d ai.d io<;'!-itc l.iiuisiil attend to the ct>iclion i- I 0 SACKS COFFEE, upon them :
; W. T. MITCHELL 1. ;.Y Id bands Stmirt'rt yellow Sugar, Kisthtrefnrf Ordered, That pntdiiathn be made
I I kC' : 1 ( of Cl.uciby: poA*>rs ol aliorn"\ f T RiiuolyLa sloe Reward.PIIOCLAMATXON .
: ; c 1 ; ei 'i.r ( :1" PI.'. That be second Tallaliaeee.M TR, 1-r.l. 17 tf ::>!i<, Ptnst-in., and Claims for Lows atid Scrvice It IVot Bread, foi four mnntlis in a newspaper pnblUlicd in Tailahasiee -

'. : fl 4 i eid: velfth clause ol i iilUl th-- I upi: the United State Govf-ruiiiint. 5 tt Crnckirs, Flond.i, requiring said defendants Gatfsden BY THuMAS BrowN,

< -' i M t i I-. '-'ate, .t i idopted bv tlieliiitil Southern Ifutual life Insurance Company' Officers and soldiers of thr- war of 1S12, or of any 70 bf-xc? fumilv Si'iip, an I Byrdsall to plt-.iil, anMter. or dr-mcr to the Hilt Cca"rnor of }'l<>,-< l>.

:. il I | mrt '. < i .il Ai' : as <>foie'
t i.jtue i- '. i i' :..tp 1-1 ''i.j : r>ul it i* lietcbv pro. HA V IXf )bpnn 5tpjK! int 4 Ajrcnt for the al ovp n. nifMtiy. tLaMfU uiidii ihr late Act ol Connre For cr- I.andiiig from Brig Uranus jnwl fr sale by ne\t : -a- me that a rmir.Ifr TV.H r ecntrco -
i.il AiWtfuiul 1ia11. by if. ci .airl 4f.V.! NAUGHT & OflMOND. I'rocitled, A of this Order be doly! paMN&ed
\ iha i } >ii- iintrit U1i1..rPS:81Vy t jlin-u the v ices rendered, a moderate com|>pti.>aiinn v rJl he copy "its* mittetl in the County of iLHMKi, bj i iuptn VSinifin
i. ii-,.t v !l' t ..a H' 'JMOi thcjeol, at its M AIi iinjhirt.ir.c' and aiii..!iT'isjr; *.f ti intituid insurance chalgest. unouueliven ol the narrai.r or the auiountcoliecttJ Newport, March 22, 1S51. 11 for four month, as herein directed, r-riet to the said KLI the body of F.III.L; I Th jjas. a. .

i 'iUrt i < -i-t *onw? |erpon tofiHtlie %'acancy'ii'i j piiiii"to.} TrouM' rc< |>e<"tfuly! 'ili'-it lliocoii-1 ra.ion: j D. P. HOGIUG. -', first Monday in SepteE.her ((1 51) ne\t. that ald King i* n*vw n fir itive fri r-i i'V: :

\\ 3 i I- ">y expiration of Ihe twin of office of ihu eiti7: <'i > of T.dlabaae a'nJ vi. nity. Am inf"rj -! \S'. iirrcjiixs. Bacon, Lard, kc. March Ii9, is-il. J. WATLES BAKER, Jnd.e.A iVW i/'inr jf, that I. Thoma? iJruwp; ('n ror I f

I 4 tt'ntli ,' 'm mytvaw! 1te Iwo )er term, uii-j' mutton relative to it,can be obtfiinrd bv cal'imr on the March 29,1 ISSI. 1-2 If | 4 CASKS Bacon Sides, flue c.'c-Atosl t, the StAte al..rt-=aMl, by virh-.e of Li- a., 'i i ; V

c rtupp t osi erf said second *f-ction, nhich isii 'miUer. S. S. KXIGflT. i iV.Jl: 2 Sfouller.! C. t;. FIFE, Clerk. in me l>y law. do licrcr off'r a n w.uI I > < \\-\

t ib '. clarod to ha abohfhcJ.I'm uvejkt it, 1b3(). April 12, U).>!. li 4nNotice. .'
I M t > 47 tf Sight Exchange 10 barrels Me?*. Pork, threl Dwl'ars fi-rtl'e apprel-.tn-i-; u f -. h >n: a.
ihe Senate .
A.r9ULV.PdRfW1i (
t < *r.a u. 25 u Fl.-nr, r.ts delivery into the custody 01 the : .
.k'' t'ud' ( i (itninal tn j 'lily, Oecejaber 13, I I'iii THE TRUE MEDICIIIAL OX NEW YORK, SAVAVXAll, and MACOX 2! barrels nnd 10 kegs Leaf Lord, Comity of 3Lidi<(>n.Jfwi. .
sile iu to bvTHOMAS
l l'i.- i! tb ll-Wts H R
Ud4tI1 DCetflbC2 $, JSJ.j1fl. LIVER OIL Oclobcr 1'2, 1S":>'). 4'i Aient Marine Bnk.2ETA ; Jufct received pi r Stl.r. Barnard, and for sale l>vil late Jonathan G. Padriek. deceased, ef Leon light Lair, deep blue eye*, nvutk- f'i n> i 1. ". to -
USi'rUL ui the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, NAUGHT & OIISIO D.X County, are re*>tie>t.l to present thuu tt>the A&mnistratnx tin. In talking shows Lis teeth virsV pi.Miiv 'L i

: 21AX ( { H'urn.itisiTisthtna, lironchiti iLCuughu. or to HALEY T. BLOCKER. duly authorized ..
INSlllAN COHPAK \CT c'> ( ( the ("he:t Hf-d Lnn **. A e'i|>plj agent and attorney, within the time prescribed rather guilty look.

h Article
-<;TII< 1. lIe if tn>tH( l t# the SCw4t and 'it d jriro, and ol ven iir>,.ri'jr quality. U1L1MNGS, ?tnrkfl. and Cotton in Ware-house all persons indebted! to said estate, will make iiainediite Land and caused to be aftx.1 tin .r.u 'UstAtlot
TJ ARGATNS to lie of the si.l crlber. immeJJ
Jt.s'e 0/" ItrprfteniafitHs of use State of Florida Frdey! LEWIS &. AJE3, .t 3 iusurca against ic*>s b> Hie. bought > pavment a above. ( tlift State cf Hondo, at the Cipi'"i: '. f fLJiaaeee

>n ilinirnl .initially rvnvettett, Tlut it4! <- St%vtiti'iithr'ausc _May_ 25, IS'i >. 20 Tallah.mee, Fla. LEWIS & AMP.*, duitely, two hki-ly ne roe girl Approved New CHRISTINA PADP.ICK, Aden's. this 23d day .i JimA T> INI!
York taken for call
of tie Fifth .\ilicleoJtlipCintituI'n Januiry 150. 3 Azenti Tal1.ihiee. acceptance m payment ame- on June t, 1851. 22 8t THOMAS Bl:( '% N

wf thu *?tatebc, and the same is ltei >hy, st.rueifliiS Clothing. April 1J le5I. li S. S. KXIG1IT. Gut tci .,r 'J J ,tiJi&

a* tort-ad jsf llow ,1o\Mt : *'Thfir 'lialll "TMNE.4 fa1iiujnni.! B!,, l L 1)rs. TWlr, and Sack A. B. CIAHEE, In Gadsden Circuit Court. BV the Governor Attest:
Real Burr Mill Ecclr.A
l b> ei
p t ,.i icitt, and s'lall bpele ti'd tit the qualili l voters Frwk and Sack Coate, worluimudupof WhiCh is war- ,' i: AVING part-lidded the intcret of Jlr.Sulin FEW Pipc ; r. .l 1 French Ht.rr Mill P 'ck. 18 by [ Secretary of Slafe.

< siiph Ciicuit, on the fii't Monday in Or ,bor. mli ratite.l; Just received,aad fur sale cheap at the XcW '. 1. -vi in *heii r oM buine, can he 2f> inel .i/". fr sale at cost and cliarjre l>y C. 31. Williams, 1 Attacllinnt.rt June 23, 1831. 25 ft

veir on' tho I 'jv
aiJ every four \t-ars thereafi?, or at such litnts a* May VI, 185L 19 tf .i3.IltVre !lIC> will ri-ouxf in a K\v i.us from Xi-w YorV Cloirles A.Eg&on. $100 Kexvard.i .

tlic Geucril: Asmby! may: bylaw fiiesmiio, ;m I ---. VV .* one of I Ihe ni si I cnt'i/li-ti'l t j-moitr.ients t et t Ufadtfimtie Valuable Plantation for 3ale.TFIIE |lIE defi-nisnt! and all otin-r1* interested in tie PROCLAHATIO !3Y THOMAS 1fliW N,

t-'i'Iu rereivfi for his services cornpennutiou to btlis Ice Ice Real cool Ice Ctalhine and Uentlimtn'i Faney (foods PLANTATION umn the late Jtsbta IL Jab iv? suit, Tvili take notice of the commencement i

J by Jaw." off red 1:1 t.'iis L.trket. AUf a geneial a-sorl- tlit-rec and to the rdlnjj to La Goctrnor of Florida.It .
of the cool e\er .1 rci.lui b Le pk-ad same cccr r.
fluff delivrii1 from the TCP Byrd foniu-rly ( n County, near
Si c.2. Beit further enarf. That stirli el *r.ti'i LOTS ment of French and Cloths, IL ALLISON hu ben m ute kin
Englih, Belgian A. 1TTfIEfl5
e iu the !nmram? nt threo cents Lake llrie.: (onaninjf! 4FO) acri'. cf which sonic 200 : : ;;;a
l < sh.i3! J be held and otioUd.1 and tticrctu i.nif << V peepound ISlad: iml fnni'u tta..iii* ami Casuitcrs, Block March :2, 1S51. 11 Attorney for KaintiZF l to rn' that one fir' in >- (i R.sargIl!
Ly the Miiall ( are chan d!, and inr! T cultivation. On the prtnIiica
wnify, juiu two uts nmJ
c half
I tnadis in tUe t>atnr tninntr t4; i now pif ->-- < a by 1 amt Fifiteied Stile. Satin, C-m.'imere, and I'tlcct I _sJ>i was, ia the mouth -t aires V
nb d b law or lieteafter bi prewribed by th"liu'idivd not ht. AH JH-TI-OIIS hem al>ioad call {! \hich he i i is n comfortable frame Dwelling House, with the ne- in the C it 1 u lnrr l- .. V
t I > may hare it lasting*, ;iie1I.r.u1 t to inanuldcturc at j jihr tice. ai.d ci mini tied to jail, < nn >
in bt1(3 out houses ilc. Tla nuit.tion
h \ fc the election iiii-mbtT toCongrcit* Iruzu packed or cafks willi: ?:'iw ihn-t n* re- sii i ii'iiiee amid the rovvd Ic. ce.arv jiosseistes And whereas, ait l.atwnZt' 0escapuut
I > f l-?> u< inosl ap|> sly j caiin2:
quid. it the l* wLcre nionlhsafter dd' I shall to the JuTge
lui. l" DAXILL LAD!.). many advantage.*,a- adjoins piaey woo apply
itiiI SIX tiland is fuinvi trimjiatic
nniuiut ri'ect 1 fiD now a
I- ;;: ". KKHI.V Passed tin- Senate K.wj; p'urt> May 10 IR51. 16 if to cull c Cfii.rra'.Iy iiy -t.>ck are before pure1iuiii r.1114e51ed et.cwhere. the ransrerfi > f. r-d for c.ittk1 and log. The New- Probate of Madi-v County for letters of dinisiion $- .V<.mr h'nmn j Ye, That ITKCM.\-

Iiana1 nwjnr.tDecember ?i, l''il.liuu -- jxirt and! Ge :riria 1'lank RoaJ will pas witLin 400 to from the admir.Llration of the estate cf ot'ity
ti' tbe Cou t4t Tulldhd e. October 12, 1s50.4'i' crnorf the State aforesaid, hy vir11u
I e '.4'4ud: i1e ot Ri'in-iiiM'latives) i bj the Cos i.luiopal Look at Thin I : fi0; yard <,f{ the dwelling, and I think will eo t>n the Daniel Fltnn, ileccas 'd.SMUEL. ve-lnd in me by Uw, do h-rib_> tin 4 reward

msjurit iauoaxy S, bb1.;: 1 &O A Pr ;;HEJS; CfJttBT, JOHN PRATOHIUS lir.ft, cr through the vhole ltn<;th of the Plantation ; WILLIAMS, Adm'r. One Hundred Dollars for the ...ppi.lut.MPBDoatw > $4''
ItxUU anil wl tl.i- Road U wLicit U ltT March 2?, lSl. II Cm
8utJU jxiuiiJtt Sides, rn complcttd, un< ten- riihl, arul hisd Hvcn int.- the etulod) GI-.

OFFICR rr iXBrTAnr or T.TE, ) 404") 5i'u1dtr, [or TIIK r-Ai K Finn or nrr.L t tract, to lx dne bv UM Is-t i f Jnmirry, 1852, no Sherit! of aid County of Gaiiaden..Iff .

Trtltriatsre. J, 151 5 1200 to ar-cure4 llama, 'l WOULD; in&>rm hi, friends end the puLIif Pluntatioti on the wLole line if the Road will sr-rpass Notice. ;??.-Said Coatwnshr i-? ab.it. feet *" ,"(*

Cnktti.ru; \V, l>> WMKta, S cr iaiy of Rtnte, doiKmfHyrcr'iiy fl tierces Rice, FP las lakui the tore lately occuj>ie l it for convenience, Ac. It t i* now (Fired{ for Kile at abarnu'n. OIX month after date,the untleridneuI i Admlntstrafj hizh. '3t> years of acce, lidil conplexion Thee

the far *pni g to be tru* and roncr iftim b.-HTils flour, __by f. H. lilifx nnd adjoining the store lately IVr-on dirnus sif prcrcLnHn will [Jt-nse tor of the estate Walter R. BLickbnrn,will present la. t fio2er tf hi* risht hawl have ''leen unn'

copied ot tlicori-iual Act on file at tr.y office, and 20 P ak, occupied by Dull t 1'ratoriiis, where he will be rileaed cull i.n Joseph C'liairc, Iiqn: wit<> vill show tl.em the lu'3 final account and Toutl.er to the Judge of Pro I kaiiag; but the ihuzab and ft re-tiiser! (ol t saifIu

herewith pobli hi-d in jmrriiancc 'f.11w pi' .vii )n nlIhe 4 Lard-lOkegfulo. to attend to th: oiiL< ar.S\\anti-of those who may bv laid. Iu.r t&nus, Ac, apply tomcat n y resiJince, bate ii Jefferson County, and ak for a discluirge (rein testimony whereof, I hue hen-unto;

Constitution relative to Amendment aud lU-vi- 1xnl the! '

MOB of ibc Consiirution.C thin elw duU may be wanted can be bought P* tJioa lie lu s riC'ivi-1. In tin Lite anI\i>Ka dftf ontl BK JAMIX BYRD.Jimnary ELI AS LASTING. [L. S.] Seal '>f the !state nf Finn. >. .>' ''h-'':

W. DOWNING, Secretary State. t4oro of S I1GI1T. wPll.uI, *iip]>! / r.f Clr-litx, t'auiatrrn, I C8IUR, IR, isi.; 2 tf Tdruary 1, ici. 4 Cm iii Tullahaseethis 3h! da '! 11fl x

ys, 1 31 17 6ra uIy 10, 1861. 13 j.fl4rjj.Oii ; aino, n rfft.er.u 1i.r17EC.t of V T1UU' Hh'U -t% .

---- Rj.dV1) Y-MA D K CL O ///A'G, Notice. Notice.SIX ucf i ni" ujBy

0 For Sale. Bacon, i&C.2rST All of wluiJi, I flatter isij-i If ans equal in style and fllIE nnden-isned hereby give notice that tlcir re- month" after dile. I shall make application t fo the Governor-Attest,

A LIKELY ecrft G 1L, abotjf 14 yean of t*e, .. rrei-he.1 from New Orleans per W. R, Pcttes quality and yiiiif as chnif. JIH any others that \vill be .1 SJM ctive offictas will be ( JVfl for the transaction of Honorable Judge if Pn bate in apd for the C. \V. DOWNING,

It used to planfaticti work. New York aoc-| %f ? Tdhiia.c. found in this market.xillgivrparticuhiratt.n! i'fllejal twiiiess, from 0 to 2 o'clock, every day! Sun- Comity cf Jefrtt on, for Utters cf dt mi=sirn and Secretary pf State.

4 *atwe 1ikn in v jnieut.l 1 5 WO nuoud'' JliiMlingr* and Shoultkrz, tion to his fotwM.fW, ant! hopes Lc will merit a liberal thtv's teu'pteil. discharge as Ercuttrx ol the Lt will and testament Jr.lv >. 1 V J -2,; ft

Apr l 9,1 SI. 15 & &CNtaHT. 25til( bulk Pork, patronage from tK) j t.bha Tlie pee ity ond rrnpritiy fir i-pgiLiranil: s ecifkd ol Jatnes M. Ilart.Iatfcol' County dec'I.ANN To the Centrsvillo SctthemBigt3

20 IjarrcU Mew November 2. 1850. 45 tf hours of buMiu. in public t filces, are rcccgrJzul l bylaw HART. of Leon County get
ation and
I JUSt HeceiTcd.r.i 73 c-x'r i iii-l superfine Hour, and usage, ami are too obvious to require csplanaticn. Jefferson County, February 8, 1S51. 5 r.m ,

i n rn KH ELS con, JS ca.slf fnji.tr r.uvd liJtll*, Pure Sulphate cf Quinine. rally : ai.J B1T(

I L/UU/ 1Ot pixinds Sid* 6 ba 'cd nriHE siib cnlicrs have on hand two hundred! and C. W. DOWrTVG, Sfrrflary &de. Notice. GKN ILEMEN :-1 am of nakms Octib mM ne ,
b the first
4 1 ) ) gtRuder,, 5 hairclK fann'y Mess Eoef ,L filly ouiicebol Sulphate ot Quinine, which they JOHN DEALt >, Cmnplroller..r. months after date, I shall apply to the lIon- thousand > of SHOES ot a -nu'; IdublesAedarid
ne=r< .
\. R. II AY WARD Treamrer. SIX pair
_ _ 12'') barrel Floar, go kegs Tjm!, have obtained durct, I from the uunuluclurcr, aud Jiidi e of Piubate tor the County of Leon will warrant the r ca

2') Pi rk, 6 GoJjrn Butter, they will wariant il to he a superior artlile.' 1) V.'ALKEK, i:.>(i. PvlllfR. for li'ttrn uiualdisnission i as Aitr.iinisrratnr of the -Yin hear that 1 will be um!> r alul l i b* !t **
H Wliwkey, 2 ticrw .=ujjar-rured smoked B1f; enl.'raed and Medicines S. HAYWAKD, Clerk Sup. Court.Felruory late said ma> '
We have our sto'-k of Drugs estate of James flt.icktittge, ot Ceuc-ty, dc- but nlletnetu d.> H"t t b it teit.
lories- ic*
10 *' MoniMeahelm WWdtey.Atw fi hurrtln N.iw Orleans 1, 1651. 4 tfBrandy. '
Syrup, by recent artivala.iiul prepared lo execute ceased. 'in "
I are ; will ell low "'?
false. I as a* ati.>.
ciies =
of Gf -V
Ure aupply 4 every kind 400 bua4ila l C >ni. V rtUil EDWARD BLACELIDGE f frr
orders'i!u mtides inoiu line, at wl.olts.ile or Adufr.January who -uch an .iTTil
afljoinins rt
will he otd low at lower flC4I tlun The above goodu l will l b.i4 puts np flJ
vfltct $ m or on rcaficmaLle terras. on tlVi, Ii< .t t .iccoi itnoddtiri ;Uriris. 23, 1S31. 3 Cm round! m Asu'i'' tcrc$
1 uyollier hUM! in UiinArv.\ \ Call at the sutsc DKIUIY L BOWLES Ane forth start civV3ron >
We h.ive al-oalew accouiit yet doe to us ? : CASK reryfuprior F.rjoidy. then hcuscsOrder irmi 14I irmrr :
at nr -
bd1 before purcbtfiiig elne here. May 10, 1651. 18Sprinjj small amounts 5 1851. 13 JAS. B. GAMBLE. Summer CIo }
H S. S. KXIOHT.Boots. yrar IbJ'J. They: are c'-nfraHy! in April thing. < and the A ocMtu.u.t\\ be aItefld1

April 19, liM. Goods.isoptnin but if the W1iIP could tu paid >lit>rlly, it wtuld go A B. CLARK[ has jtnt rtceived frcia New York, but 1 am ia Lopes to fin all n> t "> '

far toward.-liiuidulnijceilaiii[ ; *un s which v eowr.LCV1S .LVt vu JJuly5 pOyDEll.
Notice This.HAVE a general rrtmcnt cf summer clolhinj of urs, repcctftilly,
Pnir at Hr-iks Pat-n4 Slum Bnn. rJ'ITF: qihaeribir i ? to- lay a nmnll invoice &. AilCS. every variety and style, which will be sold oa the 1 v>I. 2V OA
+1 DOZF.X 1, of Drc" Goiidi, Bonnet lUbbon 1'lorenca June S, IS50. 9)Nev on Land at tLi time r.nd will lv sold at
JL W J ASH. GAMBLE. Silks, I mot rea-ion.tMp terms, at the well known store on
A| il fi, Ih&l. OMX, wLicb bo 3irs at very low prices. fa'r; prices two families
Piow& Aprils, 1M1. 13 JA44. H. GAMDL / Goods.OPr.NINC April 1C', 1831. 13 S. S. KNIGHT. .\Isoa .IP' !ol; of Chins,Fancy and Black loe-t.kin. MINISTER of l the F1ori j1r--:'

; CAST 6woen ia durt?, and! for sule itt low a lars-e and carefully elrc'cd! stick cf Ca hcri
\iJ) r*te AS. B. GAMBLE. Spring and Summer Goods.TUST ISritania, and Hnjiht Metal Ware, Superior Green and Black Teas. White ai.d Fancy Jlarsailles.Satinsand Fancy Silk County, Mi Idle FlcrUa, for *' ii5T3 F t'

.' Aprils, 1H51. IS received a general assortment of Spun? and conai tinq; in part ct Tea and Coder Pots, French CASES superior TEA, which can le reeommaided. Vesting*, which he is prepared to mannficture in determined to n move, after l.i* i": i

l ---- ---- tl Sutnnxir Gund,So which we i invile I Iheattcnlion: CofW FiltcrrM. Pilchri". Candle Sticks of difleientquali e> UCRUY tt: ILOWLErf. such a manner as to |Ic.iie ihe most fastidious. present yearthall/ have been cfllpICtCd.i iof

Law Firm. nf' bujcr* before purchasing clevhere.. !: ('s, Jell> Moulds, Gla s I. mli-ins Cake Df", : May 3, 1F51 17 -AL 0- t procuring a situation at \vLjch a re iU

1)EAflD& nniiVAHI) will iwartic* in on ptrin r April 19, J- 5l. 13 1IP.IR &, RUST. Cainii-lri,?, and 4 vaiicty of other ai tides, which A'full assoimenl cf Shirts, Drawers, Kid and Thread may l be kept up, and where he may "f.. 'j.Jlinistrv. i icii >

j) hiji in all
iu TaI'Vn. Boots and Shoes."ITTNE ,\lo\ on hand a lull and extrr.ive stock of Tin Cravats, Ihl'iU Doots, &c. espcially fri.ni JLirion and HcmnJW">
V florid JOHN BEA1U). Ware of cvory Iecriiition, ;na'suf..ic.'uud here by T haing mace srme ncwnrrnnce; April 5,1551.i 13 tf East Horhlal Brethren and friends wU P! ttlt
in his husirios all|l
menl *
Sowed reqne-13 milebl -
,V T. W. flILEVAUI). r-* : onj IVggcd Culf root ; CMl4) good \\oikiiKn, and at lair prict-s. persons duo notice cf this and govern theni4eITe5Address.

S. 4 but tell eeIuivers
honks cords for cah
Valrury1tl. ojicucU JAII J for solo cheap at t'w New .tle. Tin Job no ; cr
for and
Roofiny, Gutleiini, brown Floruit-
riAWO pmall sized Mules, one a mare mule,
5t4re. produce, and by so doing he will be able to sell at
: Siioes.r Cottiug W. T. \Vork txecuttd fait lifully and wit ii 4l patch. I Ihe lowest living prices, which l.e premises to do, JL blind m one eye ; the oilier a sorrel horse mule.A June 23,1851. 23
AD1ES wi Gcnta RjJLbcrOrmho**,jart veeeiy. JI1TCIIELL. T. WHITE i CO.Septernher2l,1S.iO. li'-ral reword will be pftU f"r their deli LJTalUdia
ar.d requests his old ru -lemci sand olhtt wishinpto verv
- May 3. 51. H Commisssoa
AJlISLi !! tf 37 If and
,1 AS. li. The Forwarding
V cd. buy low, lo give him a call lie has on hand a good *f ARCHER. .

: April S. 1881. __ 18 ClothinJI'ST soitmenl of Shoes, Hat*. Cap. lll.mluls.Collon JLiy 24, 1651. 20 AT SP. MARKS, FLORIDA.IN b

For Sale. md Woollen Goods, &c., ti.c., for 'amily and planta- t the Wa re-I!on.es heretof oCcUpI b.145U!

t V Hats..TTEin received a general assottm of Cents and LIKELY end r.Wo ncf-roc low! ivnin\ the lion uses. Travelling1 Trunks,. & PETTCS, will be conductedersistned .
fc'PUST i re now op-riir j an _. I, Spring tnd Summer Clothiti For sale as *enei
I Jan-iary46rl. r 2 AMOS RICHARDSON.! who will endeavor to give
Le tliulicnlsr. ,
TurpoBliuo buiiiiess-to nil>ld! 1..wliy YTALICE3 and CARPET BAGS asaort-
lalcitlye. a large
.1.j. of Sprit).: and Summer Hat*, U the vtrj low by HC1U &, I5U3T. i faclion did their active and in,14tri05P1E i
KtflGllT.Ajrill'J as
: S. S. mont on hand, and fur sale cheap.W. pNlL4Notice.
15Blacksmithing. 15
ril. 19.15m.
Apnl >. H April CE.\PxD
Flour & -
V V .__ ___ V -V.i -- 1&51. 15 .c. T. MITCHELL. sors

v Corn, Oatg, .and Hay.K 1 PItt BARRELS best family Flour, May 2 1,1831. 20 tf July 5, 1S31. 2-5-

.________ 1 I -: n 1J1C underpinned respeclfully inform* BUSHELS >ato Corn South Carolina Seed Cow Peas, .2.U' Sca. kHliico, _
A f\ licaTT v
For /Ijrti
2_ L the public "generally that, 1.aving OUU s T. |
jaasifflC f.J employed stpcriur1IteShotT.l3e i* 9 lac? liny, f OJ\ vu N w Yuri-, per pchr. Maiy Howard, put 5 ftrkiiM he-t Goshen Butter. i: 'k DOZEN Bottles, quart and pints, Porter pHILIP abeOCe hum

tio\v )>reurfd| toevecuie ait UNk in lhat Hoc in 3 Kow UnJ'uig fiMii l Hjr I'lunu an-J for s.aLi LvS up iu tierces cf Un bushels ,ach. anti for Fain hvUKRllV Landing from Brig Urnnns, and for sale l>vMcNAUGIIT j-4.,. 12 Port Wine, -I- during my temporary I. B.'July .

s.ipciuOtIa1tfl1I'Ti 1 an J on nau31erifl.l iter\nurr! OflMOSI). AIIOWLKS.: At ORiION1). 12 eases Claret, (St. Julicn.) 27 3t
_r T. PAVNK.Jun Nw-polt t, March 22 1SSI. 11 JI.'v 17 1S51. 19 S. S. KNIGHT
II' N Vjkfll. N.U.Vu .'.', 1-51: 11 M.,:-IT l lQol. 19A ,
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