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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: August 16, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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EVERY SATURDAY MORNING OPFICI3 OVER BERRY & ROVTLES1 AUCTION ROOM. TERMS --THREE DOLLARS IN ADVANCE.

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E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA AUGUST 16 1851. .
CHARLES VOLUME HI----NO. 32."OBETIKG ,

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OREHIS.ic. Gcleclions from "Quakerism." [TVowi the tfcuHton Family ]1titor] An Eave dropper in a Tight Place.] front the American 3esenyer. The list Printed Book. I.

THE STARS. THE EIUDS, AND LBT Dick C'orncracKervasa re
< habitant"; j-erfccily rancmuiou I was one evening, at a large ten party, in HOX. KPEEHT M. CHARLTIJX. oils boy, hIiSO pryiag curiosity led him into fact, that the very first use, to which tho

-\! ( \ Tetter, who used, rn.uly troduct'd to a very beautiful young brjik.
> ;., t.t \ ) X"Mr y a small wown Louse j hrtd a large figure, well and most gracefully Frnm i out the tlwp blue fky; one of all was that in which his cir was The Speech of the 2z-Kember cf Congress. production of the Holy Bibb. This was

'*%;'I1 to 1 j-:.( IIutier: street, in somewhat j j'T foimed. i\i9\ roseate hue ol Let cheek, and the They hold murnin their's beams 1gi1s nightly.T.11 are iji.jli. ; ne ily scraped off ida head in the following accomplished at Menu, between the years J 4'

iiv to Salutation Alley. Well, soft IvilJhncy! of her downcast ryes were only AnJ I my ntch nm kwy IJRIJ, manner : A great experience meeting' was to beheld 1430 and M33. Gutlenberg was the inventor ..

C bl s7'ed with a son, wh(), 1 ikct equalled in hean'v hy the exquisitely! fair Ur-ni {Lis irnj-rinii'd earth, Dick had a sister who had a Lean, and Dick one evening i.n-church, where the ] cf the art, and Faust, a goldsmith, furnished ,

t '' "'; 8fl1 i"v' <*her men ilinfopuidied neeand! tu! lichdiiliinown hair, banded in "\Vliiltf oihtr c 'cs arc fec 'pinj, was \ory aiUious to pry into the mysteries i speakers were, as usual, to bo reformed drunk- j the necessary funds. Had it been a

I.c; j.I' v' IiI (lUflC'O Of IUS dt.- the smoRthert Mndonna shle on her lofty But An while 1 flit-lit those M each stars IieM-tli wiili] ; of "courting." So one evening, after the j nrds. An &timi.Lic woman whom I will call !I II single page, or an entire sheet, which was

1 iU'r !'' .-< (the fl ipgittg which Lis flui" brow. Her dies wa of the iihe.t dove Tlu-ir constant \i ii1 keep ghdncss, twilight{ had faded away from the landscape, I''Alice, was induced to attcn h' When the then produced, there might have been less '

N i-'i.t 'qU llim, am* the road tn colored satin, and her neat Qunkcr cap,* andneck I vaich, a'.u.s, to wcei and the best parlor illuminated faintly-lor meeting was somewhat advanced a late member occasion to have noticed it ; but there was

''\ ..J'was( ith hiai truly' a vale of j j'J" 1 hnnkt'rrhiel! folJcd n neat ; laiiitstcrds The birch lovers in anticipation of the chapel scene, pre| of Congress rose with apparent sadness something in the whole character of the affair

lu-r hnson: were ol Ii;
: I.P r-me hotac, as usual, with red.ivn ; The hsndltrrchii'f was attfi-hed t the An I iitli nti1 l
I y 1''* *, dress by a g'1J via. with peail 1 head, and the With tuneful tueaxlv ; UU'kicsolveJto execute a plan: which he con- solicitation to address this assembly to-night,' I II ''This bibb was in two folio volumes, which

'':'"" iiu Idockhoad c !?* een arnei3 LsmnthJ bc-It of l.er dicss was la&tened in front: by tuotn AnJ I my !ay am telling, ctivcd several days previously, and mko I Le said, \ft I Lave felt sogreatarcluctanaej I have been justly praised for the strength and

'!''; J A a bit of virngo, Mrs. Trotter ie ptU pin., tari with a t'iunoTiil'! : he.nl. My In la-RrtV solituJe'ilJ relicnrs'd\ inu ic ,fWL1..iflg. Lirnsrlf ma ,ter of the modus operan'li of the j to doing so, that it Las been with the utmost beauty of the paper, the exactness of the reg

'MO'U'V heeageUia* aaother lickin' I The htidpgrorr.i was n very nn.ill, tl.i", iwk- A* if Uut heart V-a nail Lrt;- prclimuiaiiv-s, ; to marriage. ( difficulty I could drag myself forward. As to ister, and lustre of the ink. The work contains

'''""..* ward, ill nude nnn ; Lit face, fior.i \\hi< h wtry Bat while Ujose brJs with gladucv, In thepatlortheiehappened tn Lean earth i relating my own experience, that I do not think twelve hundred and eigLty-twopages .

i ; ?* '"oiilieo; ; voung 31 r. i rotterL ; mo-S'.l I of wl.i.lie-s hn l l Iicn tli ved IT, Their voices lift on l.igli, en funnel; j.lactd 1 there to admit the [passage I can venture upon. The Past I dare not re- being the first ever printed, of course involved

.' : LIV t.prcg'iar exercise's-lickin j was % hite. Iht an.! meaniisjrk'ss! and bis dress JJy ht'ut t L, clf.th'd with ea Jness, of a stove I'i'e from; Lelov.% which was con- Call. I could wish that the memory of ten i a long period of time, and an immense a-

\r- i'v<. liflied Trotter,' says the ] the ugh fjtiite jew, writ: ) badly made, an 1 I adly And breathe but to sigh, iiHCted nith a duni!; sto\e'f in the chamber ( years of my life were blotted out." He paua- I mount mental and mechanical labor; and '

...,,: .'JT! 1 iit' ir the 'ilthmeUc class. But, j put on ; it was, however, a tIity Qua ercostume. Oh stars yell shine a 1 brightly, above. It being Bummer, the stoves were removed -j etl a moment, much aiTected, and then added !! yet for a long time after it had been finished, '

,: < \; vz the subject, as the crimifoand In the co-irse of the cv nina 1 sai j Vn.ci I tJull Tca'ch no iii'orc; slid our young hero tound that he ( in a firmer: yoke, Something must be said of' and offered for sale, not a single human be-

\ u' the judge getting to the lady who bad introduced me, Oh b.tds:1l, ve'Iiin a* ppnghlljr o'tr could iuttoduce Lis Lead thro the apertinc, j my own case, or I shall fail to mskc the impression ir.g, save the artietUts themselves, knew how

..,. al vl 1 "I'" tLr aiiy zrrant; I ciii do for How ever did! the mean looking little' man But V.'h'-u when b.my ih bir.l iio'cs nut are! j'Lvnct-, and listen to the conversation Li-twocn the on your minds that I wished to proIdace. I 1 it Lad been accomplished.Of .

: manage to get frtich! a \ery lovely bade i" Have passed with time nway, lovi -g couple. lie hitenetl accnrthinzlv.very the first printed bible eighteen copies

nirn1i'd the \\T3ow ; "only She suiiled aid: answered, Ant 1 Earth's primeval granite attentively, for some miti'itos unobserved by 1 Your speaker once stood among the re- are known to be existence four of which are

HUI'J slwabuut any thrgyouv Stinge: as it may seem, I assure lho !it t Hath nelted t<, 3cjiy 3 the occupant of the pail or, who were to,, j spected members of the bar. Nay, more than printed on vcllurn. Two of these are in

:r'] \M z > cct a pitcher of water, Jindr' was Ilachi'l who or.'irtcd him, not lie her. 1 O."ce Mine mere eyp nnd will thea vigil M ih k"ep.ily gladness. mach! attracted Ly cadi other, to observe the | that, he occupied a seat in Congress for two England, one being in the Greenville collection '

: ab 'it t will ye ?" will tell thee the tnrv. About foiryearsngoIadit1's heart di: n.lj'd i f siJn a, inverted fare aL >\ e them} i I congrt ssiomil; periods. And more than that," one is in the Hovel Library of Uerlin, '

:i'r'ou i r to ik his fiiicaer: and wended younger fcis>ttr was inaiLd, and Phe Vii) Joys sweet music leap. At length Die:!:, becoming tired of Lis con- ; lie continued, LU voice siikhg into a tone ,| and one 5u: the Royal Library cf Paris. Of

fli\: t'i" h'recU'*a of the street pump ; somewhat annoyed that' she, the vlder, strai.icd po'-i'it).?, and of the conversation, ''expre'ive of deep emotion, he once had a : the fourteen remaining copies, ten are ia

l' ', t ,had; u n.it I >t far, tvhon he cncantec; J dnd BO much t'.o handsomer, should Lave: ben iarfs Life. wlii-jh Litter he r.vers to tins day, was extrimly tenderly loved wife and two sweet chiLben.I'ut !! England-there bang a copy in the Libraries -

':'irrL J'' tiuff.*. '. mate nf n vessel, i-- parsed !hy, so ,tio resolvfd to provide! Ler&ellwit'i Tie emotions and thought! ? of infancy and rhki! i-.h! ," attempted; to withdraw Li? all these blessings, all these honors Late of Oxford, Edinburgh and London, and

IV-film hishff.. and dragging a heavy a hu :t.inJ, an1! thna Lnowe&t when a yo'jtli are of the Present. Thei+* isno Past head from the trap irito which he had thrust departed from Lim. He was unworthy to several in the collections of different noble!

i. L'z' tarn. w onian makes iji her mind to do a thing, Mie j jtriumpiu to those to uhotn il! Nature is both strange .1 it. retain them ; his constituents th-e'.v him off men. The vdluoi copy has been sold as

I ( >, .il Joe. ht'r a band over every obstacle. lta"ln.-rs first and beautiful.Tho To Lh dismay, however, lie found himself i because Le had debased him-tlf and di grnc- high as .C 13CO

0.4 flP'Th' dw a t Loi? Wharf wMi this.Nil ." rt *i was todriw out a list ()the names of the j i.i! iiit beholds the mother's smile, and fastened as sonm-ly r.s r.n) ox in a stal. He ed them. And more than all, she who had James Lennox, Esq., of New York City,

M!, -. ) 1 v.r.iiH Mii.1 Rob, "only vow vii ,il le young men ; ojtpoiite[ to each name she tbi ilvs of nothing more ; i it sink to luini!, ri coal not pill!l L5 head nut without stuping; loved Lin; devotedly, th? mother of his two has a copy hi Lis LiVary! A.hieh was purchased

r < :rt r.uafter a pitcher of wnter." }4accd the amount of iiis aiinur.l income, a.* i i the mother's a.ins, and no wild fancies fill it of its ears aad scalp, so bo han-; fast until babie?, was forced to abandon him, and seek by Mr. Daniel Daudson, [agent for

!I .,\v |Iii, d.iyoucaiw fur your mother !- correctly as bhe cuuld asceilHin it. The most its simple mind ; it receives that mother's his enolion, and struggles v.ilaal: brought j an asvr.m "1 '.ir father's house. And why J I ICu Messrs. 'iley cc pataam, at auction in Lea-

,, :v/t: eve: V fond endearnenK The little creature is buck ia the face. At this erit'u-il 1 What! was there to debase me : equal to 82200 independent of du
,. \\ ," t -i i i HoH, "first let me bide the so ii; reguUi: gradatiir.i.: She had twt-Ivi- her : jinvtrire, vrs power freight or
,.. ttliere I can find; it again." names down. '] !1iv liod in :.ll parU of Kn- j wrapped up i.i the present, :tii 1 o'er tiiat preSvijt I.is nose titillated wit'i' sorn? pi-tirles of
1 Win or i tie words 1 ho stowed sway the ghlt2ld. flue ii London,one in York, one ij; li.i- presides a guaidianaugv), and; lhatgmrdian :Ln'1
rounder a fli1 of stone j-teps. nd act tol, aud so on. bylvanus Otuay wa-s at the j jI angvl is the mother. Dear thing: 'ti* from their intoxication, anJ! t'tey sr on (his-' me ? Ala my f'imk, it v%'as a mad indulgence curiosity. It is the only copy on this side of

...iri.'d liU Ji'iid u'jonrd the ship. '1ui I head ol the lUt M! had never seen hun' and i'nirjceiit-'ti S I beautiful-'tis I lovt-Ij--yt-t the ; co\erea !:h'3 pryingm \vhufinding himself in intoxicating tlrink. But fur this I the Atlantic.-.X 1', Mirror.

; the cfljuda toast off auda ; he lived near Norwich, I lie was doun fur i : Jay: will COIK when its young breast uill bt? | betrayed, b.Jg'ii tj kick and roar lustily for j were an honorable and useful representative A Good
The
oasn-g.az ivant32? ( f 114 e wiud and tide, 1 but the sewn :i'.tou-nad: a ytar. I'achel! Mium>ly i iiI : filled \\itli longing for the Future ; !ie'i tlii! help. ; in the halls! legislation, and blessed with a had arrived Understanding.,and the Albany boat
a-\niting the aiival ofn boy I formed her father aid: mother thut: s1it! > had a Present will be jmnful) and dark, r.sd anx- All Lands were on deck, ana* it wis found home, ard with a wife and children. just laneling was as usual -

r-jn Xi! d the day b-fore, and wishing | eoncersj* to attend UKS Norwich Quarteih iou= ; and when tli2 e\j ciien< e, arul the joys impossible to extiicate the ,nnfo'tnnatc youth, j But I Lave not told you all. After my crowded with cabmen, porters, loafers, &c.
ha-i When
K !! > the commenced
vr, I ftd> t to In.-! ie> for tUe delay he haJ oc- | M'.' li.i2. They had no acqu iiita.iets: tIac.Livd -% and the afFections of tho Past will come upon I without first prying out the earthen funnel, wifa separated from me I sank rapidly. A colored passengers stepped to landing look-, a

for then*, and were dL-iacliaeJ to take sot it i'i ail their sadness anti bvaah Poor anil shivering it to fragments v. It') a Lamrner. stat of sobriety brought too many terrible porter up a country

c i\t KLe tnrned t9 Boo, and said- t. lung a joamey : bat Raehei Ipc.nne so silent child methinks if I v.vrt tlioa, IVi ncstli i I Dick was henceforward cured cf eavesdrop. ( thoughts ; I drank more deeply.and) was rare- 'ins. No chnp I rather saying Carry not/'your baggage the sirl"

4. V.liHt tt h \ ->u feay, youngster, to hIiiur; ; ;uid pad, and so often tol J them &he was !burde i dov. upon the bosom: that now cherishes i sing and is at thisday a very "gooJ boy."- Iv, i: ever, free from the bewildering effectsof '. Shan't, I guess baggage was?V No reply.-darn
ed with the weight of her concern to janiuie. r'1IZ1LCC Blade.t partial intoxication. At last I became so carry your .
tim-1 uil teat a %vcU, and give you go j I ain't The
d'tlr1 Kiutttk* j lhat they at l gth ji ldJ to her v\iiies:! and | The youth, too, comes not Leyoail the I IPresent. abandoned that my wife, urged by her friends I yef got any baggage. porter
t.r. 1 t A Case. looked at him for a minute then
'ke to KM*! Bob, Lesitatr'v father arid mot'-.c', UacUi-1 :uid her tLtwjf Su- I Ho c.igeily giasps the joys of his Deplorable I no doubt, filed an application for a divorce, j very coolly '
s'lou' in. stooped down and! hold of Lis foot
instJter- ** 1 SHtina: .ud oue t':.? broilicrs nil went to voting oxisten* e--jn>*s as unsub tanli-ilas: the ![ A western jujurr: relates; the following, and as cause could be readily shown why it taking ,
: -", !>;Jt IMV'' J% iwri"' vaM tV captain.i .- Xonvich.: As the father and rar.ther are .c.l..u I i phantoms; \\hiuh fl >at upon thfl brow of'i 'j which we hope imy be a warning to all such shcnld: be granted, a separation was legally sail with an air astonishment! Why, mas-
;::1 | >( that's
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: feet ain't !
sn, one it
in the
.; i ,- get ill vf'ud. Coia, nvl 'gfd nnic*' >>*, (IfeIr.< th -v wtceu 'eret-t-i m >rn. N it-ire is fr.ir and pure to hi.u ; t: c ,' in o'er' connty at persist course pursued declared, and to complete my disgrace, at the I dida't think your it was leather, trunk llar.gmoit ?"
."i luu :tt uoiici* o.,, 'iitii i.i.iud tv> ail i i j> !have' ni'ii-i/ t ) i.i* vtji'H t'-e tran.m oy their wetteni oxempl.tr : | cirej'iil, canvass I was left off the ticket S a S

.. i\ i..,, /r .' nn County pa-1 I j as uiiit to rej rer-er.t .he uUtrtct.VLen A Queer Lhlicida !.-We- have- a nun InMiiiissippi

' .' a i'li -t fa'l.h The o&rrdaip ar- 4)tk V $, a li i iiachei voi had UK lasure! u i.y\: will -.nrely r-;moV\
vr M v wd theyll fit you to a T.* tPitig iIItraIiLd toJvanas.. Kie w: 1 1littt'd j ant have iti clinmr; wiion the bree3s that f.m I wh As fhniHy I iia' two horse wagon. lie gr.'it temperance cause, at first I sneeu d. t at all. A rattlesnake struck six times at LLj

: 4 tr, fisid him a fine, h.indi >:nj int1i. your ow uurufiltHl: brov, will ;piss unheeded :till believed that < om\-tl Taylor was Pros-! ., then wcnilerril, listened! ct last, and faially : legs in vain, and retired in disgust He makei r

I. ;:; 1ie, tItt"r' itd I j *nl looLing; you:ig man, nmi Jo ne-':< i\c th tl :'iy, nod \vljentlie ripj.liwaters will have no | dent! and wanted to know ii'tc Kamjcbaikii.is" threw myself upon the great wave that was all hungry who look at him ; and when
.. .. H wiiutod witJi iaa mururj.i lor Thus ii is with Lad taken Cuba, and if so, where they rolling onward, i.n hope of being carried by it children! him
:: 1: fo4 fT .vjth :h < ?, i.fwas deciJeJly : rv acquantauces v.vi Pet igs 'JU. meet in the street, they all runS
v M '.. [ : fl.Ig down the hay irita av. and when! at pariing, ie; v.hii Inffpioy and Youth. hid taki-n it. He had sold Lis corn: for i far out of the reach danger. 1 cii 1 not hope home crying for bread. He was "ruled out' S

:: .:. '. r.i, S every fititrh of canvass frt.n i ;>-- J to her fci i te", Liud enough for Ilaclnl I to The M mhood bravo Manhood, is intent: i twenty-five cents, the price being thirty-one; with a vain hope. It did for me alt and moie- : of a company which started for California1 '

,- j. l.oa d lor the Northwest tw Canton' hoar, I Lope fcoon to be in your city and have n'm; tha! Fuurc-the J'uture of this life, noioi i' !but nj-on going to dpo ite the money, they The than I co-ild Lave desired. It set me once S 1 itfly, lest his presence should increase tho

j i Lk re :i:), which was then called 0* the jJeaeurtof calling at your house,' hei the hi w'.iichis to come. lie wraps hiai1 told him it wat mostly counterfeit. more upon my feet, once more mid a man sufil-iings of that already starting country.
had
.L : ud usually occupitsd about: ; cht4. iJustiI with: tiij.nph, and her heai t pal 1 self up in cares, and. gathers Ironies arom-l only hirdmon-'y Lo was some three' cent of me. A year of sob.-i.-ty: earnest devotion Jackson.Ge'J'uig iIL' .

.- ( irk -. 1itatt'd with joy ut the success ot hersclur.ieanus !hiu: ; he puts a-i.lj ,ht cup of true enjoyment, j pit ies, and those some sharper Lad run on ( to my protVa ion, and fervent prayer to liin: "
y i iitt$' for half dia; Ca? His I old I I.uly: smoked I a in I Married. Dob, said a tormenting -
C '. ,' tw non appearance ofE $ .- soon folljwe:1 them, as he Lad pro aid p-es-oi t'.K- g ill to bis lips. I He i-xpfct- who alone give strength every gotil rso
-k i :: i i-lv I'laimed isi* innther. A niglv ; uii'i&J, and proposed for Jusanui He wu the! di'iii i- of tlie Prean1t will bring him a I eob Iir',' and \voul 1 not believe tiiat any-!, I Llion, has Motored me mncli to that I have fiend to a bachelor acquaintance v.ayelontyou
1 thi.ig; tl!.,e cnn l I be ii'ed. One of the boy> retain not I get married J" Well I elon't know
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to
; ,!, and the, town ciicr was called into 1 promptly accepted -and they were pianutlss i"rh -ture of Fa'are hUs! -that the thorn hen ; proved myself unworthy ; my I
| .vent i) a blacksmith's shop to b? measured j !.II4tTCi.! Between and these 1 came very near it once. Just missed it."
'.' -.-.:, m! a vpk, whfn ehe gave Hai upa eediiy as the iule of oar society would per- :c.v hoanlin 'ly grasps, w ill purchase an easyc win? nn myself You did '." Let's hear it." "
for n p-iir of shoes! : and another mistook( the laid its iaterdictiois. Why, I asked
(it! ;,. ii. r.il fur her ill tawtiug and went ;;aL Rachel: \vis exceedingly vexed and dis- tich fur li.t Uccli 10. Vain cxpectati$ th* Lwtis stern, ri.npassiLIe -
for c'.nrch.' After if I should her Loire from
t'r.1 .:. i npjx i.ited ; hi! f\ts\ ii not a person to be tlis- i\Iotal y .'nr pii-ne issp'nt for nangt! ; those! :Imitki't house a hanging 1 ii-ive no longer a wife, no longer a gi.l see a party S
hi hat meat hook be ri >'i- ly tnok a one evening, and she said no Ifhe'd said
a ,
? on heart toward these
t I'cr ve.irf after the ccarrcnce tlio ; i-uiJik'd Ly one failu-e, so Jie iv ilved to try 1 cares are yo.r sole! refuse-they will never children, though: r.y goes
butcher's stilt nnrl H tcned I think I shodd have courted and
> t") an yes, married
seat on a : beloved with tenderest
tL' (cit I !i,;<-k t j port, and I5'l and his (ii e'1re 'ige has n -ver bean f.it'miiyl& j bring you' | hf That's the
a.iftiont.* vrhorn ho to ,!: to lo the preacher. r. nearest I ever to
of wedded came getting
rvci .{T. Ti; wnRs; of the % jfflWi !, Susanna uncc. ;1 Au l Old .%Hresupon tha !'a.t. It looks li.tur'of oar o.iily days "
r,1 a i" t:. .: t.i id5t four aantired aad i'Zh1 The next ni: hr V.t was Jo=iah dnnibl b icli HOIJ, fx.wiii'Hce, whenoiijo; p.ienii conSJit He L'ft Lcfore 'meetin was ot', and had :i Live are ever lin.Te! in. in: mv i iiagtnation.: I married. ills f.iond was satisfied.

C'.rs.' I i :. i Ud J, 01 .aaiiag his ?- j of York, a'id his tucoaie; was t\\< tthousand. in its ;iJi nation I mm llie rnrcnttvjil no grc.-.t opinion ofth,? 'sannint. J' dream of the sweet SrcsLIe circle! ; I see eve The Perpetual Xalbaih. Ev different nations .
*"t'! : tt.'i; IKf! ipiai u that hi" adviaec'4 hai? Agaiti sW iafo.tn.'d h th the trade them frr letter.
T ii/i1. i. i:ig o ad vui s, and fWr liuul
d :' ,r \\ etc he fn.;!' at to on _
tie 'v1t'd'; in tba cu.piilitij of Lis l'UtJ- : J t'"r.C; ia upoi: i-r miad i mt ti.e m iii-tiy 431 t tempt upon manhood, and ii.hs over existence, i iia "The. trough xvdk.Vlien, stopping it cied she stuffed its' present to my en.-. Wednesday! by the Asyrians, 'rtursday .
fi-b
fr'- iiuso, i i c-/aifainy v.'ittt Joe, }Jic srAiii.e i tier iitfLiv j'alh: r, r* this .ve tin nvbemLly, tlie !language of an o'deu poet, seems i til l I and, Bar- Here to! spe ke/emotion overcome him ; Ly the Egyptian, Friday by tae Tniks, and .

f. enu* eve the houses, th stop, auti Would tie blessed t-j fco.uc waiUiig i.d.s.--! ___a frn't f-i e.tl fulii-'ie. j mo'ith with'an sticking, sang j i his utter.-.nee Lcc; me choked, and be stood I Saturday by the Jew& AeTd to this the fact
TL ol! lest Lad soM two
tip >.n ,)r 'up j liatj j } as *'d. N* iaiiij} ppars ; I'Le.v it> uot'.i'ig; that j.lvss's our iiiii.isters Let the present geIerIlien! 1 r.r i i bssonf Lara Alien.skins* and$ boy* Lust.' When *iL-nt. with Lowed head and trembling limbs.Th I of tho diurnal revolution of the earth, gui:?" i
4 wis: on
.1
hashed into *
vttg'>c : i'ie vj'ne ti fla indicate an unT ; Itoe, tLaa fl-illery of tli .ir jr ncU ig gi ts uiddoni; from this exhibition < i hi nan life. coon Le Lad! ctiL'd for ghss of soda ? ibnse i.iast of people were I every variation of longitude at difTtrent hours!
T 1.| : the of th ftnr-ii1} i is adopt at it. I hay oitcii: found! la-t seen, a : an oppressive stillness, that was broken he-re and it becomes
n''i ;: L i>ji talitv on jirut ? r.a i iit Let ns fnjoy 110 comforts tli.it Lave lv?en given and stood soaking ginger bread apparent that there j h upon -_
> 1 t j. .V tanse jiuttAers were *taiici-1 tthIc4t: tn keep my fi* ifure? i;. sob r dc' oM us. On our dyij: bad* wo will not re- and w.iit-r, fare' The shop keeper, and there by a l-alf stifled sob. earth a pcrpctinl sabbath.Cr"Boy .
aud; miking wry At this moment there was a movement in
: uu.c fc.i" e iri.iier-it M't'inwi s* n 'hefrtii ;u ivjen! i have htfnrd a-r bjto.iui :g of lu-! rr"t it f-ir I Ilrawn did not nnl.e tie! Ivirth
mistikiag 1-is menuiiig! Lad given Lim a mixturo the crowd. A siigle; female figure, before vl.e-c do !in "
\ <
th1 the tJ trighi- i'i.vitpd th hnd Wt foi ihi accvptiMc1wuice you e I
dy. pence : Loaid i its lichcs ,-
fruitful dial i.ttjraiit
mi/it
; nv ofal soda ant wat-r, and i if tinted! "
seemed .
whom on? iusttnr'.ivtly to give At homesir..
;r every _
reed and of her mach vjjnc fii-.n 1 Is. And
dl LII-I
: that La-
igs noble \vc uii.jlit
} Imt Ui nymptthles strnnl l v of sonp. I flt: he'd liearn tell of sody [ was seen passing ui the >k\ 'fIiis was Where 13 home? '
ban rf the way your -
r4edt fro the iv.i i .itr ehe i i-
see dv1iociug :& : SP: presses ourselves. Temperjncc Ad-
i-h them u; oa md water, and was bound to give it a fair| not ohser\e-l by the speaker u.til she Lad With father."
i1v
: a oj j boys, scit 1* flattering, M'ith so n.ucli fet'ii! ;% .is :.Le tftys ; my S
voat'e.Lite. ia'', puke or no psike! *. Some town fel j in front oi the wl.ichhe Where locate live 2"
'ncj- t come nearly platform on ( -
I" : Cfle% whonf-niaster lnt like it aud Ra-iu'lh lu-r .ida
nv, tbf toj ll.ey ss own e | .
and called! ( f.r lemonade with
ii "
kmw w ylM html teen and'J' ii 5ao: Vo -k and &! tai.icd i low ca'ii" : stood. Then the movement: caught Lis With mv mother, sir. J
0ayins truant, vuvf. wvnt to so n > : nalfjr sc'J':-Win are the happiest fiiend1
a ilv ii whereupon our snaprd' ear ai-l! his that instir.t Kll! on Alice! Arid where do they both! live ?'' i \
lirn eye '
: I Ih
C2nvv: to receivp me customary wal--, the t'esire:liitroilarti: :i to JOM.ih fJ'inibK'; ; Theyvn! > live to b-iK-fil 'ther-; several
1 >;n>. moa turned his Irick nnJ quietly \viied; j who, by the ki'idnoss: of those near her, wa "TLpy Lota live together." -.. ,
id tssal well
?, Iro, \vv: ? yo n-g a p ly look-j who are always ready \thha\vord to encourngC 55.
U liieshtaLUdiinfc. j his siJe. Tho whole audience But where'"
I.M conducted to ; : .
bras near toi? Uc said : ing ; Racial 1 c Mil i .ed t.i be very muc'i in Liacomjfiny -a smile to cheer-a look lo persuade, I the ol.I and S '
\Ve Jipjiroached gentlpnnn i their feet "In house. .
th-illed with the were '
Joe. I that scene, upon S *
wonder if Body's found tint but Clearly I o could fear1ftd *
anv s te saw and a dollar to assist. They aro never would
but Le
tried to him to subscribe, forward when the how 1"
get speaker extended
and
t T4th'r Lending J. I
not be caught. She to'd me th.t: .e! La 1 ne\ lst a ROO J truds or nn excellent: bargain j ji inter- S S
to it. lie was opposed to LLnse'f "
liten aud Alice threw
bis
He not fly eating.
arms, upon
ftonpcddarn, thrust Ins arms under'e ei me' ai y man \vlu was so c .ldly iuscr.iiLlt : i thould full iut J the hands of a junr nt.j.rhlj.r, and ho Iarni :-
thought "
v.
t.) Kn'(1 1cr% acd withdrew the ideii-al! : ? lo beauty, ::id so fctuj i.liy i.idifTi'ic it to i -but the m.;>ro rejoice when such a one: lift improvement v.icked invention and culterwaten his bo om.An hat's your name I" .
forward
'I 1.a4 a : aged miniver then c"ma and 'Djn't kr.ow. sir, bat iryou hold 5
*
r <-atucatteljehtd: Oeposiied there (lattery. How vjr, H.c'nl: was m t diV.earl- \\ith In this cold and tell. mr pr" *
I encouragement. nothin' hut wanitv :iii.ll.is wexation. rsons of separated them. No, no," si.I i I the ill ran ht.toe and ask mother." .
.I-- ,!.our J ars tjefore. Having rinsa! and'j[ cncd, for it foon came out that Jo&iah was the 1 i-h xvoilJ such cLvacters are rare ; bit yttih t \ fa'iiilv ever learned to rend, lint one boy, I gently reformed cannot take her my

","'-'t.1 1> .t l'-c' pump, lie- walked' into Ins mo-1 \ictiniofan umi! hleoas nttichni3iit: to th"t ieareafen- godlike mind, who are no* alt and be teached rhool awhile, and then Congressman" : "ycu An Inretcrate Joker-Mathew's attendant

'"'ihj'. e, aid foQnj her eattd jn her, ne. j t t daughter! of a clergyman: fur love < wi.om' he igetlier swallowed npia siL"; who read t'icL away from me in his last illness intended to the
give
diwii.ity. ( that should l the patient
I .
staJ\ing f.'ibi p1hd
c to Heaven r.
"!
iripd a Ki-rLair. She looted -.t U.n for deserted our Isrr.i-1, and inow-hts'! that it duty in the sceuU-d flower, th-' pacing breeze, some medicine ; but a few moments after it
confesaoa she is .
$.l.. ?.;< rcco iozsd him, cancJ and cicki :I. Jjocld be fco-uitli Lis tix thruisaiul a year, : the rolling ocean, r.nd the LlaJo of giass.- zr During tho reign of Louis XIV, a man minister, but: "by jour own was discovered that the medicine* was nothing .
wife.
"n d; | gone over to the camp of the alien. The tliidon J uch mn we!honor wherever wo find them- appeared i.n Fiance who! Lore such a strong not.your hut ink, which Lad! been taken from the

L *vIy,' nlvlwrehatD! vou been What KacbtTs lit \vas John Joiios, uf London, ia the palace i the hut-nrotir.uince of the King ns to excite general No, she is not, returned the Speaker phial by mistake, and his fiiend esclaii ed v S
> 1 (1OIflVt?* her briJ.-grootn now Le i ii woilli about two fir t'Utat.t island.! We in reached the mournfully.( )
;? I ; : or ia a see remarh. The rumor having 'Good heaven, Mathews I have
given
her again
lo t.ike vows yoa
r lifin:i' t'aat j4tc *r of xvatcr," r.ssveredJjf" j tiustUt1 A year, and, as thou must KCI-, no their characters trueglor and v.isdom. lake Kings eirs, Le became cu1 ions to see the man Hut H ready luLl'S I S

''i'ig it on the taUe "I alway, lii.atl v. Vi'hen Rachel! fi'>t sarv Lim, *-'ie W.IP jtist stewards of the manifold grace fiod, who looked! smncli! like Li:r.'tlf, and sent a I m.i.iVstly sail Alice, ia a low tone, smiling Never-never mind, my boy-nevermind *

J8 oru"rR: .voa told mo to ha four years half iuclined to ler.ve him for somebody chc ; they! impart to others in such a degree as tot I messenger to iavitf 1 Fun lo the palace. Thonnn I tl.5'ii/h}. L'' f tears. all sail Mathew, faintly, I'll swallow a Lit cf",
standing.r.id
): it, a'I I IA Ler list is only hundred toli I : Ik-fore that urge assembly, _
bat the next on m avear. please their Maker, and sccuiea pas>spoit appeared, and the resernbliNcevasso few the marriage ccremo- blotting paper.' This was tho last joke 3iatli- '
Tlie sacrifice \vas too gt eat, and be- i endless fili'-ily.' striking that the King \va? turprisod, and he with dry eves, that Alice I ews ever-mid'1-. -
'
l .t7flrp._\ !,oy at the ae cf ten *ides, James Lis nJ ht he as moan I li( kijg iifjui'fd of the man if his mother had not fly was again performed again gave

'' rb was teut tn school fjr the Crst time.- ; so hhe refoKed on the con'jiet of John Arfid.Ilcnry, does thou love me dear- b"en: in France some thirty years previous.No .- all the speaker to each other. As the minisi'ter. An Irishman wannlv expressing his gratitude I

Ve twtcr ti! tea his infoniution aslod Jones. It \vas very caMly accoinplisheS ; he cst i" the man reflieJiui! added thai his father an aged man with thio white lock--! completed to the United States to a friend of ours '

Ufl;': ;; VL0 rade your The boy could mad? no rcfistince ; he at once became tie! j 4. Arfc the stars if t;.ey I love to twinkl, or had, toe maniMgJ: rite he laid his hands upon I l who \va travelling through that coantry,said. f'- ,

*rr. 'I'he teacher told him 'the pro1r worshipper of her bennty, and now they are the flowers to smell. Love yon' Aye, nsi the heads of the two Le Lad just joined in I "Had not in heed for Ameriky in Sending .

'inswcr, Tud
it. : Lour, afo,. t'.ae teacher repealed ; h not hnppy. He is not very wise, but he is 1 ask the Jlower of my heart t !" _say he always travels with a '. Uey"thatIs s-iid in a solemn voice, What God has" joined here to this day !I" -

te aiin. Thtkny nil )ed Lie head in I good Lumo'ed and good natii red." I t Because my snl is grieved. Care Las he always goes with Lit wife humor, who from contiives together" let no Kcsi put asunder. "A- AVhy is a young lady like a duo Will? Be .
of
great ony, nnJ at'length answered : "I I low did thoi; )b i'orneacquainted with this 1 overcast the joy which once spread a sun- ; to be olisVnate and out men was cried by the whole assembly, as cause she ought to be settled as she coracs to
w_ time they leave home till they get where with single voice. j. s. E. f
l\e forgot the geutl'-inau's name. amuiing story ?1" said I. Is it not a breach I shine o'er thy face ; anguish sits on thy brow the The only time she ever a maturity. S

'I3nh' t vo>1 l1rlrtliat rnv father gets mar.EaMerV confidfieo to tell it ?" -and yet your lid -iia Ann knows not the they smiled are he going to. was when he broke LIsankle. John," said a careful father, don't cive Why is a person missfltted! in shoes Me a .
> .
d next : *'No, Tom, I did "Xn, indeed, fl.c replied, "there were cause. Tell me, my aching Lcai t,why droops says Simon's horses too many oats, you knew they plaintiff cast in a long-standin" Uw-soitt ;, 5
tot Do&s hi gf nn oU woman !r No tir- mr re than n dozen of us in the room when sV mv i.ou1-1ax KiiiKon riz ?" have Iny." He is nonsuited at the Iai>t. *
tt! II told it herlf, and Ehoxven us tie li&t che i Helena Ann thank the Cod* Scandal-Dr. Johnson! liekg once in company "
e ?ft a new onerit. / ; "No, my of Yeti! thur, said John, mo\log towards Why is a subaltern in the '
( said fche ti-l! not want it now. fo she gave it to bat credit's fell. Cleaver, from this with soma scandal-monkers, one the Larn. Royal Marines _
i HO ; my !
1i.it became dc i despatches like
of what fiiend carrying
of
darltey absent resorting a nloderninvention

tt deulWr : Iitrtta! iltoi and lit1C her gve n copy Itto ;i day forth sells meal for rash." them Laving accused nn observed It is And hark ye, John-don't give them too He is a submarine ? f t S
aay one of the rl; who vciill lle to try screeches faints anti fall into her to routes, lie :- telegraph. a -.
'lie hab I i Helena much know they have oats. S'S 5-
heen Lay "
up on cnda\it( and carried after all much better for a lady to you Madam, dre s"h
"
CP to die the same plRn of getting settled i Ii. bnfLand's arm, who in the anguish of the perhajjp; your dragging in thea
S'preme Court, to hah U tiled.' Fc5zes! kr.ife and ilabsl.imself errrItlslrfl redden her own cheeks, than to blacken other Why i, a restless man in Led like a dishonest mud" Will, suppose it is, is'nt it fasldopa! ,
On affidavit. Car!' i iCE cI.r: Don't call me boy I'eokei :hcc motr.enl a people's characters." lawyer ? Because he LIES on all sides olei" .
.y J teed the handle mvsclf-I erd !' '.o ears." e1aw1drs 5,

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of Freesoilism.
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.! roa THE rtoaiDUX A JO 'XAL. partment to be of the modified General and Government changed by, }but the I I CEIC!} jloribinn & Journal.TALLAHASSEE i. I If our people would know to what straitswe coalition has been formed between the Important from Cuba. :1 .
subject
,1 I b, 1 The Right of Secession. States. The amending power, being greater are being driven by our eDen ies at the opposing factions of tho whig party of New \f\v YORK. .\ON'tI. 7, 10.2 P. 'I. 1 1\

,i .t1 Mr. flJitorIn my last article, I promised than the ether powers, may take from the : North, let them read in our paper to-day the York by which the friend.of Fillmore and The steamer G eorgL; arrived here J

,,6 :$t C." to notice those points made by him General Government all the powers vested in -..- article headed, Mr. Hrownson on Freesoil Seward are going to work harmoniously together with four hundred passcnger. ho to.dl 1

j! \,Inch I then passed. it. Therefore, when we come to look at the SATURDAY r AUGUST 16, 1851. ism." The Review from which the extracts in the coming elections We imagine Havana dates to the 2d hist. Great exci Lri !
This writer takes! ns conclusive the opinion enumerate in the I
distribution of the ment prevailed! in I Havana J
powers are taken is in Boston the nobody is surprised at this. Fillmore is returning on the rei ; ,
J ;' that tiAS"Fy! 1Coart of the United Constitution itself, it is found that one enumerated published very the news from New Orleans ptiQD or
& l I h n JU' ,I ,0 t' all controversiesmiiticnl: power .ilon< retained: by the States I TUEhILs..-A promise to the car broken hot-bed of freesoil fanaticism, and tho author I to hU old prims-the doctrines of his ofrthe friends of Cuba, in that of city.the mel'ti, ; :

: .' that !may: i is greater than all! the plJ'er:3"e tell in the i I: to the'hope is said to be a disagreeable thing is one who knows what he is talking about, I Erie: letter arc Ll'I-inn 00.lw to renew their swny Tho Government Lad suppresA :

\' 'n t and the States, General Governnment, to say nothing of the I I:. -just so. For instance, \ve have been deluded and who is fearless in the utterance of his over hU mind. It was only the rivalry of the cation of the gazettes containing mporar.t71.tbe '"

I the following words of the Constitution : uncnumoratcJ powers retained by the States, I into the belief that we were to have a views.It I two men which separated them, not their telh'gence from time interior; nntil nftt r the.i j

4.' case" The in law judicial and equity power," and shall"extend to controversies to all. or the authority People ta The us,Constitution because: it is is the the highest law i i! daily mail, and night after night the stage is the habit of some papers in the South I principles, and now that the time is c oming ing of the to Georgia.have proclaimed Tlie! city for ofreported 3latanzJs 'is

p ; to which the United States shall be a made by the States. No nnn is a citizen of j docs come in, but the mails, the only thing to lecture us to be quiet and contented. They i. when the spoils are of importance to their A large body of government the I'atri'h.

p : ( party." the! United States until he becomes a citizen : really much cared for, arc brought just as be deprecate expressions of dissatisfaction at the j friends, this rivalry must be forgotten for the sent to that POl1l!. Several troops had 4en

) I There can bo no mistake as to" the meaning of a State; and he owes his allegiance to his j I fore. There i is fault somewhere-fault-fault, present state of things, and would have us i J moment. They must lock arms, and plot to had been shot.! The Governmenthu capture fltk, J

of the word "controversies.! It i is another State first t, because it i is tie! highest authority 1 and if not I to all who would Otre!
i I Mr. Post Master General we are in gether. pardon lay down theirexcept
I ourselves unqueslion-
bow unsuspecting,
:
what is the
of meant
word
t, expressive by and account of his citizenship, and to the the leaders "r.l
of
oa the/ !
'. .; words, all! caws, in law and t''1:1ituc1a General Government h: the second instance! too insignificant, nor too far down! South to i i I in" submission at the shrine of the Union.I .- For aught wo know, other Southern whig newly arrived Spanish revolution. n;

J" *' COlltron "iN!" are confined to dl cs:e=, in for the reason that his State ht: I so agreed have the favor of a little of your attention, I, According to them, the compromise has settled I papers, following the lead of the organ at Large numbers from the troops effects of were the d'yin t'linv *1 ;

1 'I'. ', ; law ail equity," where there are parties bo- fur him by! the compact. Should a State declare I plcllo:3 look it up, and set the mailer right. the vexed and threatening issues of the I Washington, the: Republic, may attempt, to I! The loyalty of many of the old retf : .

I fore and: amenably. to, the Court ; for the the COl1jld to which she was a party I ---- day, and wo }hmc tiM sacredly abide by it, excuse and justify the coalition. But Iowan) I doubted by the Government. LanVvVj-1'meats 2
J' mre reference of a controversy ta tho Court I her citizens, \Vcbster Sec :sion. !
and : on
void not binding armed
null of
upon !
ff all 't:1tion in connection good to the South can come from a platform men are reported to le colccta.!
0 cannot give it jurisdiction therof.i.I vested in tLC! Ge.icral frowning upon |i iI <0:1
and resume the] powers Our readers will reniembc-r that in one of I! the Florida Keys.
i.I: '; But suppos3 the Snprems Coart were Governments, and war between the two Guvernmants I with the interests of slavery. Now, there I which satisfiesVm.. II. Seward, the notorious -
I -
: Webster sal i "that
his recent speeches : \
tlolhzd with authority to decide all passiblequestions ; therefrom the I I if "higher-law" abolitionist cannot
should ensue State I. might la some propriety in such lectures ;! we possibly HAVANA, July 21. 0
I Ii which arise cither 1 between the if the Northern States refused willfully and P. M.
in chiiC'i 1
i uny would bo justhk'd! lllIging"el') I they were founded correct premises. i: conjecture. Perhaps such movements Orders }have been
upon sent to Puerto
States and tlio Government, or the People found! in arms against her for ticapon.: deliberately: to carry into eflVct that (the rendition l'riatire
1 nnd the Government this does not affect! the .i I What i is the state: of the raseTho? North I I niay; keep the whigs in power, not only in I td shoot Agtiero, and that in fcture aUthe
,
Stute declared tho other of the I
For tho obligationof
I jOII1O1I that I have taken. I have thown I. her citizens havng to the General Government; by |I 1 fugitive?the slaves.South) or would any pait bei opj'oscs slavery, and would rejoice to have: it...! the Northern States, but in the Governmentof are taken shall! be shot at once, ":!? nIl\ I ;.1
Constitution no longer
that in nil such cases of contro"P'swh ro the Constitution, she mn:t necessarily be the : : t! c1tingl blll.d. Nobody doubts that. The: the Union. No doubt they are made and eomo in voluntarily shall Le pardoned ft

tho political rights of the States, or the People I oidy authority to declare: tho termination -i bound by, the ompnct-a bargain; : broken! on Compromise in which was involved questions I! will continue to bo made.ith that \\s\v.\ For those orders fhould} be canted out, not s .
'p proper ,
I
j rd will be left in the
Litter deci le both sides and that I Spani
the i-
involved that ELk is broken .I
on we Country \
p are may I one: ;
1 t'.iat: little while hush the
t obligation.Finally fanaticism
0 the a brawling
j without them vital to the lights of slaveholders and up six months ; for the war will bcconwon
them conclusively referring to comnienlcd this admitting the \ of

"I, t "C.: says, that every argument ,! 0:1: \irtually wd slaveholders I| against the South, in order that united they! extermination, and the immen-
fcla\e States is
V the Supreme Court, ii; the first ,ilacc ; and, which can be put forwurJ for the ri;ht (,f:1 doctrine of seccssi iI1., Of course we never passed, by numeric t tI
in the second, that, if referred to that Tribunal State to secede leads, directly and unavoidably i and slave States are defeated in their most :j may carry the elections, and afterwards use I superiority of the Cubans leaves no doubt
I supposed that a federal consilidatiouiat: as l to the result. On the of the .
'; its decisions may be authoritatively 1, :md I to the enormous monstrosity of the! rblitof important claims. Tlat: cannot bo denied. their success to promote their fell designs.Is .- eve sailing ftf v. .i.Isabtl i.

finally reversed by the States, or the People. I II i: a citizen to secede fr- m his State." Why Mr. Webster i U well Known to bo, intended I Tho South, seeing that! injustice has' this the policy ? Who can doubt it? What 1, the Government; circulated: an ;;, '
fortified this position with the unanswerablearguments !. this monstrosity than tho right openly to asset t the? correctness of this doc gross announcing that Manuel Nunez and Dorreo ,:1\
;
is a greater I been done her, and fueling that fhe is wantonly -: other i idea controls Seward but that wlu-ij had: com? in and given tlicmtles
of Mr.ladisol1! which it i is11: I
(
i I ho records to every in hiJual to take up ti"l1e. It was used to show that however np and
I necessary to reproduce here. Hut, to make !! the Government; ? But I deny I denied her equal; position; in the conflderacy i!, cries for the extinction of slavery I TLh i is were pardoned. 1 It t is said this was doe fcr '.
I arms against much ho and! others might deny and {('lItro.
this position stronger, I will qirote the foil awing -I Jid c llclusLm. When ho can show that each ;; gravely takes} into consideration t'.c' w'iat he works for above all things! else. It effect, as the Nunez that Las come in i: net !

paragraph from \1 Ir. Jefferson! (who! of i j citizen is a fcovereign in the State Govern-1, vert it, they could not ilo so without emr,10II .\'-;, duty which! such circumstances: impose upon |I: is hi3 hope of power and of fame. Now inov- the leader \vholatt.1v pronounced at San: Jiun l

all the best qualified to construe be i ia the ; language which betrayed the error ofitheir but a common fv-IIo'.v of the same name, and ;,
men, was I have shown each State to j
ment, as ; lug always to that end! is it
her. She Etes a fatal readiness on the part ; not plain that his
the words of the Constitution :) I, General Government then his conclusion will j; position.X The 1 light is so clear I th.t 1 Borrco is an employee! of the goeruaject
of of the of the United j; motive for the coalition is to strengthen hi, ,
of the a majority Congress serving as a
the Supreme spy.
"To consider
Judges I be good, and not before. A State i is a con- j whoever attempts to disprove it i is obliged to :
Court as the all! ante arbiters of COll'tittJlion.1, so'idated Government, All its sovereignty! j jT which States to usurp the power of legi-lation over !I, hands, for the Labor he has most at heart I It i The mail due to-day from that part of the 1
I invnlve him in I
al question' would be a dangerous doctrine: I is inherent in or exeicised by tho majority, )il announce 1 principles her domestic institution, and she feels alarmid !: cannot be doubted. Then, will Southern Island Las not arrived. At the hat datos the

which would place us under the despotism ff:T[and this results fn m tn! necessities of government. -j contradiction So we thought in reference by time outrage. At the same time she I! whigs approve the, coalition their Presidenthas : I patriots were extending the scene of thc.irop.

an olligarchy. They hare, with! others, the I i TLis attribute, as I Lave before ;, to what Mr. Webster said ii: the speech rcjforrcd the North still unsatisfied ; entered into ? Can I, erations, and a district: 23 leagues long wa3tubjected
Pees they ? We ill
w see.
their rilleGen.
ame pasuons: for party for power, and for I remarked!, does not: belong to individual, Lut to. I not\\"iLllstalld.l! to JcnzlnO:13:
the privileges of their -and their power and secession : has found it ing her victory. The (. I II PLANK --- advancing'! from the East upon them with 800
corps : to organized communities; being It seems he necessary to sethmhnself ) I ROAD TO QCIXCY.-See the advertisement -
is the) more dangerous! as they I arc iu officefor olh'lJe authoritatively: was to settle e\er\thing, seems to have but I, men, and much anxiety is fdt here as 10 til
;- a sovereign act, ca'j .' ,, J I light ii: the matter. )Ry no means j jj I we publish! to-day for subscriptions
life, and not responsible: as other functionaries -I exercised by a majority of the people, of :1'' opened wider the sluices for the progress of i operations. Humors of pronunciamentcs 03
are to tho elective t control. The Constitution I1 i I I j would ho be taken! for a secessionist. What !jI i i to build this! road. Can it be possible that all! sides are afloat, but with what truth ijua.curtain. .
; State, whether ils action! has reference to a her foul fanaticism. See what she i h doingnow. !
tribunal. I I''he said .as" intended to ince the Nom tf' I Tallahassee IV. O. ..
has elected no single withdrawal of the powers vetted in the State com i of 1 i so deeply interested in this en- -
t'rftt Brownson tells
the
J Hear
4 10 know of no fafc depository of the ultimate GCAeminent or in the General Government. I:' that if she tailed to do her duty by the Conj j story j terp:isl', will fail to take liberal siarese! PHILO PATEU.
I
_
powers of society but the people themsdres." : The mode of exercising the! right would be btitution the South would and might legiti-i j the position: and purposes of her freesoil agitators i i know of no road which promises her halt the -
C." Artfully doiljros all such cogent II II Shall the South! in the face of all Prom the Richmond Enifuirer.
very the same in both case matcly: retort to revolution." This i is trying advantages.Query: .
) and undeniable arguments, by affecting not I I Ho fcolls: at tie opinion of Mr. Cdioim! .' I this, rest quiet, submissive and uncomplaining II : Co>CE.\TKAKED EsSE.NCE OF AfiOirnOT. '
to understand the difference between: in that' ', is withdrawal from the Union !;'to shelter himself behind a name which in ; -Whether it would not be better ISM-In a discourse at Dancers, Mass., Parker
seee-sMon a ? Shall of her citizens frown I -
tcrmccliafe and a last remedy for oils that a separation from pai tuers, and, as far fact gives no hlulter at alL What does he ;j one portion for the! present, to turn the capital which i3'': Piibbtiry a reverend rnn-mad! abolition.Nt .

may effect the people) of this Government. 1 1vdll ;1 as depends on the members withdrawing, a :' mean by revolution {f' Something which, indignantly upon others, because they! havea :j to bo invested in the road to St. :Marks into I i puts forth the following infamous sentiment -

make another, and pojhaps an entirely i I dissolution! of the partnership.! It prestippo' ;- i jif the States resort to it, would authorize j jj i livelier sense of the evils threatened, and : the one to Qdnc'Ve? think this deserves I :
mccesfeful etrort to instrct him, as I flatter mytelf : dare! to to the of The 4th of July is the most cursed
association union of several States point boldly day
: an : a consequences i
jes the (General: Government: consideration.
j to interpose against t j Tl.ink of it
several gentlemen.
that I h:1comider:11Jh' modified j
: { in all the calender. 'I 1 he day when Judas
or indiciduals; fur a common: object, --.\ hereH'r i their continuance: I It U singular, and a sad
i ---- --- ----
of Jiia. expressed opinions on former occasions.llrst ;. ( these exist, seccstiun ImIh'ulIlits! !' them: m ? If the Government; has that right: I I II i' Th Cuba News.--- Iscariot betrayed !his master; the day when
I that of the South have
there is a remedy" for the e\ ils that ] the principle, howe\er, when Jhe claims for !i how can he say that: the South, in the case he :<' thing too, many men On the late arrival of the Georgia at New Jesus Christ was uaiL-d to the cross, is more

may alllict the pcopls/under our form of tioveminent 'each iudi h idual the right to :Jake up arms a- i'! suppose?, would "no longer be bound by the ]: no-more charity for those among them who I York from Havanna the I to be honored and celebrated with the frin"of

in the ballot In:::. Secondly, there j gainst the jfJl'fUlIIl'ut.Jr.\ Citfhoinfs poMiion C Not bound of there I!i are most zealous and extreme in their assertion papers came out l'I cannoA and the waving of the hateful banting .
; compact being course
is a remedy for them in the Constitution; i h i-eifi-ctlv correct, and! i is supported, of Southern right! than for those of the j!i ,with a budget of glorious news from Cuba!" I than the 4th of Jul)'. On the! mornb"
amendingpoccr roti.lingiu the States. Thirdly : is no authority or governmeht which can hold but we are tinabla to make of the 4th of should! clothe ourselves!
i by Mr. Jiflerson;: and Mr. \\''L trr. The I North 1 who reaten the t worst evils to Southern anything very J.f.1 f July we
there is a remedy for thorn in the jwctrinherent :, f firf 8:1JSH.fl'ich? of the fundamental: : Lor to it agai'ist her will. If the has tho institutions.The I-I inite out of it. It is condensed about a? follows I in i sackclot'i, and sit in ashes duthg the
in tip peojtlr of? each Xla'.c! to re-: light to release herself fr cm the Uulated compact 'I 'day.[ "
-
I principles of the compact by a art of the : The
j | : patriots are not d fentl'I.-
4 their cMiro and wo'id-T with! i ihow South! yet But
Fame fct'lf-govcrnment, consequently us any according to the Salem Gazette Fill
!i society, would certainly absolve tw] oilier; from [ which she certainly has when no longer ) 1 The whole central -
to withdraw from tho General in tho belief that department of the Island I bury outdid hir>iself in the sacrilegious -
quiet
i their obligations; to it.: The second ,, : ern man: can sleep I following
says bound it then there! cannot be a
Government the identical enumerated by contrary i is in revolution. A battle has
been
powers I do not hesitate to say and repeat that if :, : all is safe, unless some of our own States i fought proceeding :
% 0 in the Constitution of the Uuited States.When I right in te! government: to force her to do "
: j Oa Sabbath
and another afternoon informed t
Najassi, at San in we are
the Not them; States lelus willfully! and deliberately should! make it otherwise. There are thou- i Miguel,
) the firbtremedy fails to effect its appropriate I to carry into; effect that, (the fugi- otherwise. There is no such thing as two I I sands thoIsandsvho talk if the! which! the patriots obtained great and\ glo 1I I that the same speaker went through a mock

; end recourse must be had to the 1,1 live tlavo law.) or any other [part of the Conj j contrary rig1.t11:1f, then is this "re\"o-I upon as only t iOll:" \ictories. Many of the Spanish 1\ ceremony of taking several doss intft the
econd-- and if the latter to be threatened from South Car troops church that lie them their
$ proves unsuccessful -, danger now was questioned as ta
stituiion, the South would no longer be lonnl lution"' Mr. Webster rpcaks of but secesion !!
the finnl and conclusive] cnc must bo! the A broken olina and the scccsionists.Vby i do they are going over to the insurgent cause. I doctrinal opinions, and made them five replies -
by ciwijiact. bargain on one
resorted to-which i secession; j -the right to withdraw without l hindrance! On the other hand all Lim. he
this is .elf that "
represented by satisfactory to p o-
0 all demonstrate
side is broken on sides. Andsuch C. shut their minds to the facts I
Uut would a resort to the ballot box, or to' knows to be the law. t from a broken compact ? So that with even j i their If they moan danger to the Union those in the! interest of Spain to be humbug,and pounded them, and finally .lnuist..red! : the? ,
the constitution-amending now icmedy his he U in better error. baptism iu the following words: ,
:* power STATE 11W 1 ITS. explanation: : no position i they that insurrection is ceremony
I the wrongs inflicted, upon the South by a *eciional than! beiore.: Hero l h his letter on the subject i probably they are correct, for those who md say down. The cntin'I.qudlirl I I baptise thee Boze, in the name, &c. : I Ibaptise .

':; majority, or hereafter cure the evils The Gotten Crop.CLIVTON I would destroy us prefer have: the machinery I I : put accounts are so unsatisfactory thee. Tiger, &c."

that may yet be inflicted upon us I They L\.lul.\' 23,1S.;1. : of the Union to accomplish: their dire purpose !i that we really do not know Low tar In copying the above t.e other day we appended -

would not ; for the requisite mnjoi ity of voters Editors Delta-There is a policy amongst I I AuorsT 1, 1831.Dear !1. with, and tho Union therefore is in no danger I j. and in what particular! to put faith in them. the following remark :

? would bo against us in either case. Suppose I the planters of the cotton-growing regions, ]I fir: : have received your litter e.ftJe! 1 1I We are prepared to Ltlieve clmo&t anything

Congress dioulJ pa&s an act abolishing da. which every one, who will reflect! must st-e J I 2fth of July. The, Constitution of the CoiLed'( from them. But we have rights; which are i i ij i v-.J fI-A-- lie N. Y. Tribune says : bad of the aboliti.inits: proper, but the

very, would the Southern Slates submit the is F.l-.cid.41 to their own illt'J'( ts. It is i this : I!i States recognised no right secession, as exIhti.ig j!j threatened with dlngcr-rights as high, as t It is too late in the day to think of stop above is a little too tot b. Will the Salciu

question of its eonstitutiutiality to the arbitrament lively year tome individuals exert thcni'tlvcs i ii :. in thy peorle! of any one State or any i!!1 pr'celess, as inestimable! as the Union itself j I I ping the discussion of this subject (slaverv.) Gazette tell us what are the facts "

,t'' of the ballot-box, nr of threc-fouiths i 'I'I to eee who flull have the poor honorof getting I!, number of States. It is not a limited Confedcratinn <: :;' Shall we overlook this in cur zeal to check 1 I It trill be discussed, and the best thing is to I This has elicited tbe follow ir g communication -

of the Slak'< If so, and the constitutionality the first ;bale of cotton to market I but Government: ; ;ml it proceeds! up1 1 those who would! secede from the Union to I I look at it peaceably and fcincen.lv, and say from a gentleman who gives his name, I

of the act should be feUhtained: by tidier have huardof persons pulling! offthe bolls and ': on the idea tint it is to be perpetual,like other ] i I, the whole truth about it." I dated E

; of them, what then J flust Southern tlaveJjijlders -I exposing them to the 1 sun, in older to I have I j I forms of lou-rr.ment, subject only to bo dis- ': save themselves! I i I! Why discuss it? Because it i is a monstrousevil UXCHMOXD, Va., July ID, 1S31.MR. ; .
) lose their I Is there no remedy -' than soKvd revolution. Look to the facts, and study them well.-- !
,t.4 property : them open sooner they otherwise: would, \ by, : which must be crulicatfrom Amen 1 : EDITOR :-As I was present at thIS
for them There remains but one, and ,ISO I that they could win this little distinction. I confess I can form no LIen of secession Why! does the North still keep up its Freesoilorganisation and! which Freesoilers will not Convention alluded to by this enclosed: extract -
.can society,
that is secession. A rf-so.'i: to the other umolijps -f Although taily) picking is i not ii.failiLle lule :j but as the result t.a revolutionary movement. |: \ Is there possible thing I I! perhaps I explain the matter better
any can
< would only end in procuring)>
ion flf the majoiity; r. ain-t us ; nnd, therefore -'I that the buyers and manufacturers observe, '. Carolina should secede and establish a Govierunvnt I touching! slavery! upon they can now ;I a fatal delusion in any body to suppose the I tirade against the Church, ridiculed the! taking

those must be passed by as affording no i and by which; the p'L-c' i ii", to Forne extent, :,i foreign to that! of the United" Suites, ; operate that will not strike! directly at the institution j Compromise has brought us to the end of the! of slaves into the Church. zs they were

prolcciiju to our Tights! and the final remedy j regulated. How unwi-e, thoniii the planters: I'thus! dividing! Georgia; which dues not secede, itself J Nothing: ; yet, what! do wetee : slavery controversy. That controversy will '!! "chattels"and! iu order to illustrate the f4Jr, .

seized upoa as the oaly one insuring a safe ,; to hurry ofTthc fis&t: b.de of eotton they may ''i j from the rct the Union; I i; ? Free-soil agitation: till goes on. The i \ of so doing, Le used the words! list! I
be terrible and not first theIullabys'of very
a one long ,
:
I yet j
deliverance fiom the! of the
,.' oppressions a major- ge-t reaely formn.rket.Vhy' WIt wait a reasonable Depend upon it, my dear sir that se1 I It I Free-soil test H still applied to candidates for hare marked. Of coarse the dogs were not
: ity regardless alike of the purposes of Government -I lime, aii'1 f-ce what their aspects are :1,t cession of :ny one State would be }but the I 1; Whig Constitutional Union men !;.' present, but the language was used by bun

I and) the 1 provHoiia of n written Con 1 fora good or bad crop? 1 venture say first step in a process wl.ieh must incutably I public favor. The Free-soil party'u growing \! to the contrary notwithstanding.! t :! I II 'I.just as it i h ('lOt\'tl. I confess I did r.ot anderstarid -
stitution. The f first two lemodies created !break the entire fewer anti day. 1 hey have:
S r.re that the prospects in this parish for a largo up Union iuto mere or strervrtheninir e.-t'ry and I
j I I I his at the! time, m3j
argument
j I I
WHAT PEOPLE ?-Thc New York
by the compact itself, while the litter remedyi crop of cotton, at this time arc anything but 1 part ![ control of several large and powerful States.'They ;: Whigs I II I not have given a fair construction above oi

i i inherent in the parties thereto nnd mast I flattering. The long continued; drought! bs: :I I j What I said at Capon Springs was an argument !' scarcely talk of any other issue but that :, praise Mr. FilLnore's administration, amorgi i I! what he di.l! mean ; but the language ii correctly -

necessarily be exercised by each of the several very much injured the plant, and caused it to I t addiessed to tin- North, nut I intended tot raised by slavery. They avow it to be their I other things, for the generous sympathy it i ii I II ; reported, as hundreds can ttmstiytL w
puties,110 may resort to it in the indiidual shied its forms and many of its leaves. The convince the Noilb: that i if:, i tits Ktijcriority i has exhibited towards an oppressed jxoJestruggling 1 it were important.

\ capacity of an independent State. growth has been ahno&l entirely suspended, I of numbers, it should! defeat the operation of I, design sooner or later to get rid of slaverv.- I! for tiLertDo 1 hm.1 I II '. --

*. C." admits that our allegiance is divided j and the stocks, in confeiuence: are rcrnaikahlyf -, a (plain: undoubted, and undeniable injunction ;: Now, what does all this: [purport ? If it does! I!I : J they mean : ii'ii'I i ANMEETING IN JACKSOXMiw-Tbere

\ between the' l>ro GO\'ernmenb-our relations -I i mall, for the beason.Vhat: few grown j! of Lie!! Constitution: intended t for the fpecial: i not im-an a blow to Southern institutions, and garians, Cubans or negroes I The sympathy! I 51
to each : re tIlO'paine, sovereignly residing : the it shows for Cuba is wonderful to be was a meeting hi Jackson, .Miss., on du -
of South
\I bolls there are upon the blocks, are opening protection mitch a proceeding : if there is not exhibited! a rising and 1
I' in the people ajanr' in both cases." I will i prematurely ; much sooner than would Lave I mt: necc&sarially end in the breaking! : : up of power I ,-- lurt.1 I ult., to express sympathy for the! cause of Cuban

via; : him dawn to tins avimisfjon, for in it ho 'been the case, hud there been fcufiicient rains. the Governnict-tht is to say, in a ictolation. -: increasing I daily, t.) make that !blow! effectual, : Or Another storm here on Thursday.- independence. Speeches werenu'kanu(!

gives up his whole argument for consolida \ If this drought has been general throughoutthe I II our optics are widely misled.- The motive ;t Thc Sk-lihts over our ofiice were blown much enthusiasm prevailed. The fjllawing

c tion. Sovereignty is the Mjprerceand uncoutrolable -! t South, bit not: reasonable to presume that I I am, dear tir, with respect, your obedient cannot be ir.utaken, whatever 1 Le the result; ; clean off, and the rain admitted free of daty. I, was adopted by acclamation Jllcxolccd

authority and! belongs to organised i I the present crop iU not be a larjje one,as has servant t, j for in the! present state of political questions, ;; We hear of no other damage-can't account ,

I communities, hut not to indiviJual: *, and fiuce bwu anticipated heretofore ? I learned from DAXIKL.WF.I5STER. j there can be no other nolitl.n! the aboiltion :- J for the partiality.j That we deeply !\'mpthizlntl
a-lmits that the authoaIj thc'eilbrts noble Patriotsfthat! opj
willingly supreme a fl.ntl.tl1tnvlw has just traveled front South i of the
---- -- ------ Free-soil
4 of the Government rc.-SJos in the people Carolina through Georgia and Alabama, that j Jr: The Convention: so long in session in of slavery to prompt effort. I Ii THE FIKST BALE.-A bale of Cotton, of. pressed i i-I'inJ in their begun struggle i ma: bt-;
alone he denies with the existence i i III view of such a condition of things, what j -
myself the planters in all those States are lum ring i i halt'of the principles of free jjoveicnwnt :
of the least iota of sovereignty ii: the General ; in ihvir crops fiom the same cause that wo are. I the State (Virginia l.t3:1t last adjourned, i; shall be dow: I Kxpend curses upon seces- I the new crop, was received yesterday! at the l| the rights of man-tender to them our COrdI" 0

I Government ; and of course, therefore, he Then there are many other casualties to I and has submitted to the people for ratification -I j"iouitsIi'uate? men of the South from i ware house Messrs.! McNaught! & Ormond, 1.\rishes! fur their triumphant success, and wuj

- cannot hold that the people of the United which the cotton is fubject, between this and 1 or ejection a new Constitution. Universal each !j made by Mr. 1 :i.omas J. Teats, on the Flan- offer such additional and more substaatial t an'
other because to
willing
are I
some
: '
:States have lu'oii consolidated! into one community the 1 Itt October, that may diruiuUh it much I fciifTrage is to take the place: of tho old! go, I j tat ion of Mr. Bellamy! Jefferson County. as the occasion and our opportunities "
further in defence of Southern than the
i
\ rights
lost their .
identity as independent than the The. bollworm permit
more prefcnt ought. proper: !v nullification. All the officers of the This believe is the first bale of the I
'\ : $tate?, divested tlietnstIvesevcrahI'_ of thtirVI the caterpillar, and\ tne army-worm, 4 4 "A -- I rest ? How much better would it be to wain new crop,

antecedent sovereignly r.nd; conveyed tlih attribute I together with! the ('ruino il1, and other storms : State, judicial as well as other, are toelected be !i this immense Free-boil power that it mnt'' sent to market: in Florida.-WakuUa TimssfAttz. GROWING DExpEitATE.-TLe SouthcrnPTea

to the Gcnc.-d!; Government and to its make the calculation of I l by the peoj.le.. 'Ihosu are the chief: I 13.
that come, a the Captaw
How !
may cease its aggressions I much better to learns, on a good authority, that
('lcJQ&i\'C.' nse for ever. If by the term, consolidation lar0 at t all times lIllCN tr.in. I radical changes in her Government. The ; I
} crop strike at enemies than at friends? : and General of Cuba Concha recently toU one
enthusiastic
our our Qbrgc: of ,
1 he intends meeting
only to signify the! The effects of the dry weather up here may controversy between tho East and West upon \ I
; amenability of each citizen of the United I lie Keen in the forest ; thousands: of tho red,1, the mixed basis, question was settled by a \\liy fume and fret about a claim of the right 'i! thh citizens of Montgomery, (Ala.) friendly; of our naval ofTicers, that if it was necessary

t : States to the Constitution, b.wc", and ] blacL and white oaks are dying. Many 1 beach : control I: of a State to secede, when it is almost certain: j I to the cause of Cuban liberty, was l held on to secure fit Spanish authority in Cuba the'
which I
side
nothing more, we arc rgrted. If be means and other I trees have died, and the woods! present Compromise, by one gets I I that if you put down Free- oilism no State Wednesday evening last, at which Gen. William slaves 1 would be liberated antI armed agnithe .

I. anything more by it, bis argument is i to inconsistent quite a distressing! appearance.: : Very \ of the Senate and the other of the House I; will secede ; and almost equally certain that '1avlorpresided.Sevcra1patniotu: speeches patriots, and the guns of Moro CstIl1
; : that it is totally irreconcilable. of our lutl'r.j1J not make half coin upon the principle, we suppose, of checks and : I
:
many I i if it is not put down, right or no ight-tie! were made, and a preamble and series of would be turned on Havana.To .
.1 But, he fays, our allegiance" (not sore enough for Ihi'ir next: ycnr'b supply., -Correspondence balances, which will 'enable each party to i I
t t I' .c rcignlij,) is dir lcd between the Iwo Governments. cl thc JV. O. Delia. protect itself from too sectional legislation.It .- i South will secede in a mass? We think those resolutions passed,and a Committee ofTwrn- Flitr.

." I lie here acknowledges each State h__ ___ ___-__ papers which lecture Southern men to keep ty appointed to solicit subscriptions and Prevent Horses Icing Teased ly of"aI.
; } FCems generally conceded that this Constitution -Take two three small I handst'u!
or
I to be a distinct Government. The matter at Dreadful Calam/y-On; Thursday night calm and quiet have quite different duties to forward any means of aid to the Cubans."- three
last t, a tavern in Oregon: Holt county, !kept by ( will be nJul'tetll'J the People nut leaves', upon which pour two or
issue I between us 111:1)11 set at rest, then, by w'
if particularly anxious Several made{ and several W
perform they are very subscriptions were : of cold water, let it infuse one
F. ,\. PollocJ'ns struck by lightning and quarts
t" to this question : Arc the i
an answer powersdelegated consumed, being set on fire from a barrel of I EL CTIO -In Alabama Collier (dem.) to save the UiioimCONSTITUTION.tLIST, I young gentlemen enrolled their names as volunteers. and then pour the whob next morning intO .
General
to the ; Government (by BOB ,
,t I Iligltl1bg. 'I "Sarttnnah Morning AieiM, Aug. 12 kettle let it boil for of an ;
tea a quarter
in the bar which the For ,
1 virtu of which the States are claimed to }be whiskey room, ignited by is elected GOVCI nor. Congress the accounts & UErl' LIC.II .-We ------ --- No mow IS

,0 consolidated,) greater than thin powers retained The most afflicting: pait of the calamity arc not full and certain, but the most neglected to mention )last week that these twopapers Y.rThe Mobile Tribune S:1\'s:-'-. when cold it w ill moisten be fit for cse. and before

: $t by the pal!ties tithe Constitution ? I nnver was the loss of life which occured, two reliable indicate tho election of Hrr.gg, liar- II There is a rumor in town that the difficulty required than to a sponge th0 <'rart
of the stablelet!
in Ga. have been horse
lthe
been burned death and published Augusta, getsout
to five
it i ii svll evident that the creators must men haviug between Foote and Quitman: of which o\"et
we
.v *\ I Hubbard and smeared
iis, Erwin, Kice, Cobb, (democrats I which most irritable be
:
others mortally injuie-d by the flam(' Three united under the above head. Messrs. Gardner I are
.! always remahi greater than the Government i gave some_account a few days ago, led to a tJ
of the surieis have biuce diedand the other j ,) and Abcrcrornbie, (Whig,)--o t( 1.- both of with the liquor, viz : between and upon
:, M created, and, as our derived its being from the I and Smythe, them able and fearless duel), in which Foote was killed. Not only t a

Klatec, it follows that it muat ever retain the two, is i said cannot tuivive. TLo following There is reported a majority of Union men I writers, and zealous advocates of Southern I 'r.cT-rop. ears,UK neck, the who flank rides etc.out for pIcaSll! "G

l of creature to them and be are the fcuflWera as far as we have learned for tho but whether Democrats or Ih : M.D.tcvEiuu-The Daguerrean L-nly orgentlen.an; L3V
relation a f-ubjvct; : Legislature, have their walnut
talents conduct
Rights, joined to derive benefit from the
I The conclusion : their names: F. .\. Pollock, the landlord,and Artists of New York have agieed to will
I .1 to their will. same Jsnmn'I I Holt Bush Whigs is r.ot stated We have nothing definite the and their former career as tho left of thus prepared, but the coachman, the wage ;
I when it is consdered! that the Constitution. James Fortune, of county ; Win.Tharp newspaper wear crape on arm for the space one
J ,j at which, cminated from the Stales i is I and Win. Syj.6; also a Frenchman. us to the elections in any other State, Editors gives arturanco of a strong, interesting month, as a mark of respect for tho inventor er and all others who use horses Junni'
directly ,
t t'1.1: !: not only the supreme laic governing the deMS ;. Si. Joseph GatcticJuy 2 3.j, but hope to give full result in our next and useful Journal, I of their art, who recently- died in Park. hot mouths. >'


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"Tlio essential principle of the Frccsoil ---
I Home and Women. .Tribute of Respect Notice. BAKER,

o1ttvLew party, that which gives it so terrible a vitality, If ever there has been a more touebjn and At the lnet Heijular Me tins of Hiram LofJgc, No. woots after the firt publication cf this no TTOiV? AT'LAW

UfltCF is not, we retreat, cxcluf-ively or mainly, opposition eloquent eulogium the the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted FOUR ,
J5 ai1iC! Cfl I'rec? upon charms of home 5. I wHl apply to the" Iloa Judge of Probate of
jbe :; JI powerful nd to tlavcry. Half unknown to itself and its dearest treasure, woman than is : JcfTiT3; County for an ordrr or decree to sell the fol- T.TAVING resumed the practice of bis ,
pi'ogrcS present law in all con. 1. Rrtdrrd. That xrc lave heard of the death of the _LJ. tender his service to the putha
: djCS it is a party organized against its tamed in the lowing Real Estate belonging ta estate of T. J.
Jtr11ctIVe fatiatkisrn, the following extract from the Christian brother VTilliam J. Knighton.with the most K ig Heir No. Office at Quincy Augusts, 1851. 30 2m ..
p1iis' lonns, against all the principles and maxims Inquirer it Las our | > (deceased to wit: Lot thirty one, ((31.) saving
M )edrs, flfll the all the moral not been our good fortune nant pritf and deepest frelinqs of reffret. an-l excepting twenty feet front and thirty fet p
fits of the past, nnd religious, social to meet it: 2. Reoltl, That, while \re porr'ow the decease said
cIjrctCT __ over deep, in the N.'W. corner of Lot, together with The Fire in Conway, Mass.
11ch it fflj with igna1cIe2" and political institutions of the present Our homes, what is their corner-stone but cf our Itrother, we do not mourn na those with the improtement* and fixtures thereon, eituate, lying

,tdt, re Fet Mr. Brown- It is a party formed against the common reason virtue of women, and on what docs out hope and trust tn meet, our brother in that for and being b the town of MonticelI \\T insert with pleasure the following letter from .
i4 rutb. 1" te end common sense, and common interests of well social distant rtnintrr, *from whose lionme to traveller! rcturno \r. s. biLwoRTir, V the Can-way Tool Company. It shows clearly ,
the moral platform of being rest but on our homes ? Must we ," where the Supreme Architect of the Universe Adnr. of T. J. Heir dvxreascd. that the faith of" the public in Rich's Salamander
dtrnc1isl1es With the of
cant
vtterlv their TCt to the 1-u- manlciml. religion and morality not trace all other blessings of chilized life I forertr presides nnd where discord never disturbs August 9, II. SI 4t Sake has not been misplaced : .

In fflIk'' nssult on ..Zotth.: on their lips, its leaders are almost to a to the doors of our prIvate dwellings ? Are the liarciony ff the Craft CONWAY, ilass,July 1.1. I5l. -
their
die jVC L2w of man, infidels and blasphemers, as well-as traitors not our bearth-stones, guarded by the holy :3. JJetoletd, That; we tender our heart-felt oympathios Summer Clothing at reduced Prices. lleswa.Rof Stearas & Co, successors to C Rich &
tie The article >s a reuew to the wow ann relatives e>f the deccxncd. and Co, 11& Water street. New York :-Gentlemrn---To
jtions. and disorgauizers. They arc men for forms of conjugal, filial and love to the advanced etato of the I will a .
; Tbeodow IVirkcr. onto parental the wason. the fate t
bo OWING of he Salamander
U Ucr. that the Secretary directed to send R of tLe. eR your inquiries respecting
of e ct.py
> gin
whom it is not to from of Summer
Knn-; restoration of Sims las enough appetite or corner-stones of church and State ; more sacred I > >luti'Vi f-4 iho widow of our brother. remaining portion Clothing Safe, Ia 3,331, purchased of you through ile.vr ,

the ccaslr" of the from it .1 few passagcc.arzLIl" paFfion, but who must sin from principle than cither, more necessary than both ? 4. Rcto'rttl. That this Lrxl e and tie] member there at greatly reduced prices, for cask"W. T. Win. Bryce A Co, it u perhaps culEcif to say that -

rote and for whom it is enough to see the good, a p. Let our temple crumble, and our academies I of ht clothed in tnoiirmn r f ir the spate of one montlt MITCHELL T am at present writing on paper which was in the
9 1S51.
th contcxt, August 21 tf
from it and vet the but who 5. Ifnlid. That the Secretary be dirt-ctwl to send Safe at the time of the destruction cf our manufactory r
pnrsut let
wrong decay
tail ***! the attention of our readers : prove every public edifice, our balls of a copv of thews llesolutions to the Floridian & Jour- by fire on tlie morning the llth iajt The Safa .
,end th pJrler il-iinl.V counsels! rewtaiice to must pervert conscience itself erect evil into justice, and our capitals of State be levelled nil f-r pubiitatinu. Notice. was ('n the l.iwer floor of a three story Lrilthm;containing 1

trcaRoa nnd civil w- good aud make tin! ;pass for iituc,. They with the dust ; but spare our homes. Man A true copy from tho Minuter SIX wreljs after date, I will apply to the Honora- considerable quantities: of seasoned bench timber

!l'St-doYnribt hour is cot yet come, aim at reversing all the judgments of mankind did not invent and he cannot improve: or abrogate THOMAS J. CIIACE, Secretary.'a Judge cf Probate for Letters of AdminUtra- and it Wus txt a red heat when it fell into a bed .
t t.* :(tjCt I II vet. Tlie bent and brand the Christian virtues as vices, them. A private shelter to in Au u'-t I 5, 1 S3 1. tion um the estate of Junes L. Ross, late of llazniltoa of lire hard wood coaLs, ia which it remained imbedded -
ng1it jircma- cover County, deceased. about three hbura, -when it drawn and
a.t.naa5- waa out,
-.nman-.a--p ,
irLd and exalt! the \ices opposed to them to the two hearts -
dearer each
to other than r.ll the
,t just now n"Sto .bo un'Tlit WE arc authorized to announce COUNCIL ELIZABETH ROSS. a* soon> sis practicable, opened. The ltathr binding*
'* USC traitorous itittMjlion, the rank and dignity of Christian "virtues. Whatever world ; high walls to seclude the profane eyes Hamilton Co, Fla, August l>, l-'Cl. Ul: Cw of the books \ere heated by the steam and some of
? II ALLEX candidate fur the office of TasAaoessor
E.-q a8 a -
has biUicito! been counted sac ret' they of human loos were somewhat ctained but single .1
('"" manifest i is avowed, every being; seclusion enough for papers ; not a
: is ,
"'irp"! reuiUtit[ is wanting ton' pronounce profane, and whatever has been children to feel that mother is a holy .nd and Collector for Leon County, at the election VALUABLE BOOES, particle cf paper in any book waa injured, and i

r in, and nothing hitherto counted profane, they comnnnd us this is home peculiar in October next August 9, 1851. JUST rritLISIIED AND FOR SALE BY not a single mark on any loose pnper, whether made
P it iato oxecmionn' name- ; and here is the
;. to carry by a pen or j encil. w defaced. \\ e consider the Safe ,
1 r?; losjjrt of success. And what i.ft U la respect as sacred. They say with .Vihon's! Urtli-plaee of every virtuous* impulse, of every _To the Voters of Jefferson County : JohN S. TAYI.OK. in question sa hating px cd through one of thee-

i*: fijr the paity of Satsn- sacred thought Hero the church and the : .3 Cut James R. Tucker, Sheriff of Jefferson Bookseller &Publisher, 143 Hassan St IT. Y. veret test to which :t could hat
rujre ri.iasrmiwqaroce.i an accredited'll "All piod to me is lnt-1 ; state must come for their origin and tbeirsupport. County, having declined running f'r that oEce for the T 1u.ttiwing books will be tent by mail, free need not asocre von that we rejoice: at its !success. ,
ti<* fierce decbiaior Lvil: lo thoa my good." of po-itase, to any j ait ol tl.e United States, enIhe We will forward"you the burnt Safe, and in the mean
row i ii: pwor in this Slatp, and has O, spare our homes The! love -ve nest term, I respectfully announce ins selfa candidate rtctipt ol the money f.r the same, which maj time, send us another of the fame MZC and pattern, .

n i and the majority of the Iteproin Aid for the Cuban Patriots. experience there gives us our faith in an intimate for the same. WILLIAM H."ANDREWS.WE be forwarded by wail, at the risk ol g the PubPbherrilhl for iiediale we. Yours respectfully! '
: (;(Iverfl'>r goodness the and! lismterc.-te t SACRED MOUNTAINS. P.y Rev. J. T. Tool A. PARKER
; !bth! 110U8 ,,, ( are authcrizctl to anuouiicu OSCAR A. lieadlc\ .-1 rol. 12mo Illustrated, lull cloth of sizes and wi'h
tenderness of homo is foretaste and An assortment Tsrious pattens'
StatRofOhio it is .-The New 1 ork of oar our
",, :; the great ; correspondent I MYERS as a canL.hte for the ofiice of Clerk cf the H'Jl ;Vilt fdge -\tra, l 50. end witlicut powder-proof lucks, fur sale at 146 Water
ivnnsylvaiiw almost the t21zjn i- the Philadelphia Inquirer that ha i is credibly earnest of a better worlJ. In the relations! SACRED MOUNTAINS.
!),, in says Circuit Cncrt fir the County t-f I/Mm. TUC Py Rev. J. T.Hesdley. btrett, New Ycrk.
I'r\ Vor'u' t.iunl)1ut; in Vermont, and, informed by one who thouU Know, that there established and fostered, do we find .-\el.lS mo.. wiihout the f-Iatei. ALMON ROFT, '

'.: ,w,,ttU9t; not say also ia Xcw Hampshire. more than three hundred men, fully armed through lift? the' chief solace and joy of exist [35-WE are authorized lo announce JOHN NUCOMD Sundiyichoo! t-dilion. 5) c. JOHN (O. STEARNS, '

1 k*fl ) {*'. outortaiaed! by rnAti mtttAIn and enuiprH-d. Lave sailed Irom that for ence. What f.i.-iuls deserve the name compared : asa candidate for the office of Tax As-cssor SACRED) SCENES AND CHARACTERS. By s.A S. 1IARVLV. ,
1flC1'4! are port Rev. J. T. llcadley.! vol. 12mo., HlusirateJ, August IRSt. SO 3m
: alK'daj.ee. to tie paity. Neatly Cuba, to aid the patriots against the tioops of with those whom a birth-right gave us. and Collector fur Leon County, at t the cleclii.n iuOitober lull clolh. $1 I Ot) ; pit cdgei. fel .'11. -

irok s of 1'oisjr-fss from this State, tho (soverutiicut. The writer adds: One mother is worth a thousand friend., one nc\t. July .">, 1S51. SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS. Ty -.. Groceries. : '
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; itfVwjitio'J rn.icr Cf Mr. ApfJaton of this *' They were shipped from the lower end of sitter, dearer and truer than twenty intimate sv E au'Jnrize.1 to JESSE M. Ktv. J. T. Headley -1 vol. is! mo without the 1)EIZ Schooner TaH ,as-see from New Orleans
C are announce plates. Sunday School edition, 5<) rti.lIIs.1.oIY '
couanions.Ve who have played on tho 1. 10'juO pound; elver cud ribLeJ Sides
Frecsmler Stait'a I bland and
asmueha asMaun. so quick were the
nuli'.v move ROBEP.TSON. as a candidate ft-r the o5Ice of Tax OF THE PEUSF-CUTIONS AND BATTLES 4 tierces Sutr cured Ham,
r or'fobJl liantnul. Mr. Wino rnents, that the peojilc of the neighborhood sanio hearth: under the light of smiles, who OF THE \VALDENSES. Rev. J T.Headley. .
Dy
; : Ave cr a:1 Collector fur Leon County, at the elec- 2 ked Bce .
jrace \Vl.iir can J5Jite; for the Sewitc, thought it was only au excursion party.They .- datf back to the same season of innocence ti iu Octbber .-1 ol., Ibmo., Illustrated, full cloth, 2 boxes Buffalo Torcjuej, .4
Jciic
1.I j jn uext 1 1, 831.
.
scuu&Cr! than Mr. fun'ner? lis went off ht a fine clipper brig and will and hope ; in whose vtins runs the ssme blood, 54) r1.lIISfORY 25 barrel extra fairuly Hour,

( % flt r' I'ri'es cotrpetitor, and \v< uld in a ft'W days be at t c point of their destination do we not find that years only make more sacred |I cir WE we authorized to announce HALEY T. Headley.-OF 1 WALDENSES.vol. IS mo. Suadjy. School Py Rev.edition.J. T. vo do. superfine do.
Clarified
flI1(' a far more dani.Toas Senator.tie .- ; I am IoU sl.o suiK'd last Saturday and important the tie that binds us ? i J1LOCKER, Ed tire, a% a caadi'late Lr the office ofSheiiT SI cU. 1 1 hogshead iii,. Drown Sugar do. ,

%c : : cubcd iu its bosom all the night The ft cling in this city in favor of Cu- Coldness may spring up, tliotincc may separate of Leon County, at the election in October NAPOLEON AND HIS DISTINGUISHED MAR 2 barrels Crushed
Tt pilY !1tUCifl: Of11II free States : itnd ban independence is. growing stronger every different spheres may di hie-but those n-xt May 24, 1831.IW SHALS. Ry Rev. J. T. Headley. vcl. 1J no., 2 boxes Loaf dx
Iiiutrated lull cloth 1.LUT1IUR .
r.t4
,
**'' watched its who! can love anything, who continue love at 3 terreli .!es Beef .
Iie ourK-K-ffi, have day.atid i shall nutbe gupri 'd if at least :iibou AND CROMWELL By Rev. J. T.Headley. .
Li hn WE are autlioriztd to announce U. W.G'WYNN. ,
JJnrtli froia I 1S31.1 are well .ware that it hasbfu and men go to the aid of those who are ill, must find that the friends whom God himself .-1 vol. 'I2rr.o.lllu-trated'.fullc'.othl.! 3 da: No. 1 Mackerel -
us a candidate ft' the office of Judge of 4 do. J eif Lcrd
tfrtdileilvaiaing, that it has uever Coiitvtitiing for hbOti%'. The whole affair has ga\v are \vhulIv! ulike any we can choose r RAMBLES} AND SKETCHES. Dy Rev. J. T.Headley. 100 Lu.helj mite Cora
ourselves and that the for these j Fn.bate Lr Lcc-n County, tt the election in October .-1 vol. I2ino., Iltutrat&d, fullcl..tbfcJ. -
i't' of aruusul ouce gaincil ; and that bCkU managed, thus far, \\itli such caution yearning GOO' da Mixed do.
it ji! iwxt. May 17. 1851. THE POVVF.R OF BEAUTY. By Rev J. T. Head-
a lor a moment met \viib a ieiius: and -crecy, that it wmxa imposbible for the is the strongest spark in our expiring affection. I __ BERRY ROWLES, Auctioneer*,JLc.Autm.t .
::1a tever n.y.vol iir.o., iiinsirateu, lull ciotn, ou cis. :
hainauan Government ufiL-ials find who :ir We are autliorizcd to announce DANIEL 2,1851. SO:
corjtio aintiiing to the leaders .
cwc1. It is a< as arc Kilt ediies. extra, 75 Ct;
U wedii.v resisted, and in this uiovemeiit.! MeRAENY, Epqr, p. a candidate fur the office of LETTERS FROM THE CACKWOODS AND THE
tliat. i if! it not
bf. What will Ruin Children.To LI. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE '
ii .T luis been, it v ill ia ajrsu.ue '. The trials of those who were arrested for Sheriff of Leon County at the election ia Octobernext5gr DIRONDACK( By Rev. J. T. Headley. \cl.12rr.o l.
1 twv jvt rut
rk't us Ijjiye jnrentij exercise paitiality. This full! cloth, 50 els. HAKIXG associated thenixelves for the purpose
jtosK-sa tie pou-eriu ueaih all!! die participi.li iu the other expedition are set practice is lamentably prevalent. The! first : WE are authorized to announce JOHN II. BIOGRAPHY OF THE SAVIOUR AND HIS Law, will give prompt attention to .

.'Vut-s Mid couseqaenily i liit! Tciotijjfi I dowjj fur epU'iiiber, but it is exceedingly RHODES of APOSTLES. \Vilha portrait cf each, engraved any buyine* entniatcd to their care.
born or the last-born, the only son and daughter as a candidate for the office Tar Asseswir -
fi'liU 1 dnubtlirl they vill be on steel. With an on the Character cl the Jnly 2C, 1551. 29 tf
: trial as-jay
hat aw ti-c caining ever brought lo
; Ty v taou ; _
iui'1 _
Collector fjr the clt-ction
the beauty of the \\ it of a household, is ; Leon County, at in T.
Apostie? by Rev. J. Headley.! bob. 12ujo ,
.. will doubt and trial there ,
gratiidencouns1 > brought to is not the
oo
ent slightet
rtuYt: too commonly: set apart-Joseph! like. To 0 "lr next April 1St, 13I. 15 en ravin gl ; gilt ediw, extra, <1 r/). Tax Collector's Sale.
be paitv ; bat Ihe paity has probabilitv that a tingle conictioavijl THE BEAUTIES OF" REV." J. T. HEADLEY.
be frequently out of child
temper a ought virtue of authority in me by law vested, I hare
bo l ; Jets I follow. To the Citizens Leon County. BY
reail\\ become U)o strong to pushed aw With his Lila.-1 vol. ISiao.Iliu5rraled, 50 cts.;
always to be spared, as far as possible all seized and levied fourteen hundred andthirtyseven
I *ef! lidate for upon[
acan
: respectfully announce ni>
t .
foniinitiUe, and we must not decxivtfwlvw Alluding to the Cuban movement in New cut ed ps, extra, 75 cM.HF.UOINES
of Land in Lecri sit
} just cause of irritation : and to be acres lying County, ?
never punished Use office &i Judge of Probate fur the County cf Leon OF SACRED HISTORY.-By Mr.tcele. ?,
of the York the
as to the jnagaitude danger Express, a paper strongly opposed for uate a few niile South-east of the city of Tallahassee,.
and
cuSV ;
wrong-doings by taunts Illustrated wit'o splendid engravings 1ol.
and the of the at the ulcctbui in October iiext. to belong to William E. Kilcrea and will
Both \VLigs to purporting ,
t tj threatens. parties, cause patriots, says : rUicutaTo \ 12ir>o.; new, enlarged and levistd edition,
March ]5, 1SM JESSE ATKINSON. be offered for sale in front of th? Court house door,
"
till late- We learn from do doubt
Pfjuocrdts Whig* more ctspccially authority we not SI ; Eilt dzes. extra, :1 30.THEOPNEUS1 .
bs suffered do
to uncorrected to-tlay hi Tallahassee the
_. Od dav of November
with it and ii-i that the few Cubans here m Y, OR THE PLENARY INSPIRATION on Monday
Ir.bve criminally tampered : I Ith'd are makiug rapid i
the verjthing for which chailienentasi next, within legal hour To be sold to satisfy tho
OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Professor
( it acquire ite juvmit formidable pawiri preparations for an expedition from this poit, inflicted yesterday. With as much reason A Card.HE Gaus.n ol Geneva. Translated by By Rev. EN Taxes due thereon fur the rear 1850;

|Mi wer which perhaps, is MO longer coatollaUo. to iuvade Cuba,-and that among them are might a watch which should be wound back T crernses of MLs S.VITH SCHOOL will be Kirk. A new and enlarged edition. I ti1.12mo. I). McRAEXT.
hitherto taken Yankee Fillibustt-rs who ronuied on WeUneaday. lyth Septeabcr. Tax CollfctcT of Leon Couatr.
'lilt' tat-nsures afdii.it some having nothing ., UOpasrs, 1- *
wards haJfth" time, by expected to run well, August 1C, 1651. S2 4t July 1851. 2? Jm
,
THE BLACKSMITH A Tale of tther
: it have thus far only exasperated and to do at borne, with to be food for ]io\v- SHANTY, :
as a child tins trained, to become possessed
der abroad." TiTneEy Mrs. Sherv\ood vcl IS cao., lliuj-
gnthned: )
of the late congress, which it was To be corrected for accidental faults, with "\TOTICE i hereby given, that Kooks cf Sulwrip-; LILY OF THE VALLEY-By Mrs. Sherwood virtue of authority in me Ly kw vested, I lav

jujwl would ;dlay the excitement, and extinfuish Plcrida Oranje Treca-St. Augustine the same severity as if they were those of in-1 -1- tin for the Capital Stock of the Leon and Gads- vol. IS mo.. Illustrated,50 cent seized and levied upn three hundred and twenty -

the party by dq iitnng it of all pretence \\'e most ardently wish that the belief and tntiou. Tlie child who does ill when hoj den Plink load O aipuiy, T ill he opeiied on Saturday THE SHORTER! CATETHISM OF THE REV.ASSEMBLY acres cf bud, lying iti Leon County,situated about
have had contra- the 16d t.-uit at the office of F. II. iiTallaJuisw : OF DIVINES. With Proof* (hereof tv.u miles iTorth-east f Talialiassee the waters ortlack
in fertLer agitation, only a hope expressed in the following aiticle from ri- Flags: (< in
mea'it lo do well, merits pity, not upbrai Jing. out ol the Scrij'ttitej, ia words at length. Per
n ciTftL \\t do not jigree with the socalleddwr.bnifts our iSt.; Augustine contemporary, not be under the fiijifriiiti-nd.-nce fcf R. K. Call Cretk purporting to bel cg to Fabran Arnist -
may The disappointinr-nt: to its young projector, 1) I' H'-juc.! 1). C. WHsoa, flag aiij at the office of too, $3. d, and will be oStred for sait. ia front cf tha
of ihe South, ftr we are unioifts, disappointed. The desolating! presence of the attendant on the disastrous tailuie of any lit- ;-I,. Vf. White, in Quincv, under the supcrinti-nJence of ExI.'actsftom pinions of the Press.Scci'id Coart Itou"e door in the city of Talanaee! on Mcntlay -

Itf it mu.t I b. foufi-f-sed that they have been Orange ii 6.-ct iu I-'luri.

ji.fnJr con !jt>rali4> jiaity i in the country a Uiitfoztuue to all her iubtbjttnl-to: many even where the result was brought a-* T. Headley. This work may vt-ry. property! be considered To be sold tt> NitLfy the Tazos, diie thereon fur tL.a*

tut l.a? tad tny leraUe appreciation of the it has been a serious calamity, drying up their C. H. DUT-OCT, a ci-mj'anion to the! "Sjcitd Mountains," b> year 1850. D. JJcIlAENT,

I'wsnil( niOTi-iiK-ut. I'hpy were correct i in sources of proiit and wealth-iti tome caw: b-.ut by carolessness. To add more, i as It. IUIIEK.I. the s. ne author. Iu; Uject is to i'lastfale! and Tzx. Collector of Leon Countr.
cruel as it is hurtful. K. HARRIS, render more life-like" ice sacred wntirga. It i is July 2G.1 Sol. .2 ? Snt
tl-'ir: jireuii Uons thai the ulmofel of We.
CoRiprotnis raens- compt-ti'nce. copy tlie follow Parents who give a child to understand 1ttgu.mtI r, 1831. S2 Coniiniioner;. not the a-Jlhor's de>ign to supersede the Bible. But

ue.wo Jd !he t1L1etual, a.d lliat they! have ing from the (St Augustine) Ancient City. that he is a burden to them, need not \\s besurpassed his \\ieh is to excite a soicu.e to obtain and to Le- Great Chance.
Lilt o\voLit.J the \Ve not d.ngr.
Bay come ]
The Orange Trc.It should they one day be given to understand TTAYTNG determi-ied to leave Tallahassee,a hariJLJi
!o tini.jtitutiiia of for the FTib ribor begs to inf-rm the with its history, duclrir.rs, and laws ; to knnw ilaIruths. i
fclavery, 'F"IIE jiermiasion pubJL
cfc ndgoodwill
qucsi is too lila certair- gain will begiven in the kiieol'icj f )
perhaps fco< u to sjH.uk \\ that burdensome him.
they to its and
are imbibe its frel ,
lie in and the ladies of TalUha and lo spirit power partake
i > d! -.J\ory Kfos itsi-lf in a much higher geuml e to w Uhin lo tfa 1 bii-
any person gtocer;
to the of thSb valuable from
; ty as recovery tree Rieliangs 1'ajtcr. of its salvation ; in a word, to prize in some
that he
\icimty ui pt.rti"dr, i* n.>v prepared to re- .ines in thi-
(.T -i:i.:; o\ou higher and more important I tae: deiola'ii'n! caused the insect I I mca.-nre as it deserves, this treasure which is indeed place.
l-y coocus cftire fcholhrs for stnjcriiii in Jluaicn the Pi.uioForte. Jnlv li'.l iisr tin- sinijt! > maintenance of tie Uwoni. Coa7da' idl the Irishman beyond price. We predict tor it a circulation .
The )present &j ]ieataucj of the trees, l.o'.vevti 1)ilfercncc.-Ari JI I i.: :: qu"Hiji; of} the maintenance of socL'tyu I. warraats the expectation that their cultivation got bold of a green pemmon, M Licit (before siring to take their leasom at home, either in town orb .VttC9Jun.fjr beyond any Ttft.of the authoi'rf loicer wciL. -Tlit notice.

; -! Tie! I'remlers< an ta American i.o. may now be nstiu.cd. they are ripened by the frost) are sail to be | the country. Sacred Scenes and Characters-T y the Rev. ..1.I ALL parties indebted ft> m- Will pb'auie l call at
'. wij.t !Itcd and Socialists j A Pbii" lioniKI11 be reaJy ua the fIr.t of Octo- desk Mrith the cash, wit&o it dflav.
: tteppbiicans At Mandait; : and various other points the Tfl't bitter and packery fruit known.He .- T. HtM'lley, aull.or of the "Sacred Mounlairs,
upon IKJ Lr those not take their le&ioiLj
next wishing .t "ID .
.' i July IS5I. 23 S. S. KNIGHT.Potatoes.
; tj Eurr-j 'aii bociety, and their triumph Li i iut the Nt Juhns river, MC lean, that the pros took the pertinon outside the garden | home. &c. This wotk will adJ grpally to the reputation

tfiaii.h; of! anarchy: and despotism. pects of tie present season arc good,and that wall, and commenced upon it by seizing a I' .r ternw of tuition, please spnlv to ILe underintfL of liU the Sacred author. Mountains.In literary; "merit Mr. it Utility more than fxcels equal in* '

"tovid, qaii-t, faf\" men, looking over ttorzer a large quantity of fruit is now maturing upon generous mouthful of the fruit, \vbich proved C. F. BARTIL his glowing sl tx le and vivid descriptions. Hi j works I BUSHELS firsr-rate Irish Potatoes,for ?dl*

.' *. or tij'piag: tlieir wine, u ay flutter the tree. In this city a general itnpiovcmeut to bo in a state to frizzle his lips and tongue Aunt 15, Ie31. _:S2 cowtf are a lich sreasury sit l all ll.e sublimity cf thought, I by S. S. KMGilT.

i t.."lUH-k'i! th., tiiere i h no Eeious: danger, i-s io\v widt-nced. A large number of most provokiigy.! Head Quarter.-Order Ko. 1. moving tenJcii. of pasii
E'iii d ul! us ilisivc are onneresRarily alarmed: trees are now in bearing, although but little *' How do you like it ?" inquired the own Au.'t-rAT AXT IviiTrroa Of.vrfAi.s! OrrirE, } ol e'spre'.sioii b which, which mortals are lo declare be found their in Ciinds.all the-lantruajes See- -Notice.firm -- p

Ut intll hiinixn: probaljllity, if the f gitivehf I fruit will be raised; the prc'bvut year. Our er of the garden, who had been watchinghim. TALLAHASSEE, Au ast 4. LSM.I J Jll D'i!;, Globe> Jun. 3A.naml rnii : of C. C. BYSD i
Siis! had jot; bct-n given npnntho claim own imprefieton is that the power of the insect I jor Generals commsndtri 1st and 2nd >lt$ and .SAf tthes-By Rev. J. T. Headley.Ve .- .1 solved bv mutual! consent. All business ot lhi 4

'" hi OWII'r, the Aitieucati Ciaon Lad now over tips trees has now departed, nd that although The saliva was oozing from the corners of JL Diviiiai* of Florida Mi'.it'.a, are juiretl to maize have not Icr a long tiire sat duwn to a Look said finn, will bsattended tob* C. C. Bytd.

..1'ia.yre.xii!I to cja 4. It is all very well it not Uisaj entirely yet the the ftUuw's mouth, and he was able oulj' toleply returns of the -tn-JWth of their respective conucanu., uith mete pless-inz anticipations, or Icjnd those C. C./BYflI'. *
t 'talk may pear with all possioli! dcv patch! ti tLi< oSce. anticij-a'ions; more fully realized, than in the peru S. S. K.N1G11T. .
: -Southern Mnslcrers and the trees will products their utnsJ crop with more : A tnct i5fimpliiutc with the above Le'ue n ;I :spnrji" <.f the South, but there is somo. care and cultivation than have been ordinarily Jow do I look nabor ? Am I wisslia' or t-ary. frora the Lict that a full rt turn of the strength I hailed with fraticatirn( by ihf many cdinirers cf businessvil be continued by C.C. CYKD, at '

caj tuorp'Jma, bluster just now. Tbe Soothw bestowed upon tliem. hingiaT of i"l(ri'li' ililitia t-hould IKS made the Adj"t Gen'l ut the $akr.t.d author. His' Napoleon and hi* Mar- the same place '
the 1st of nest, ia order tl.at sha'.U" wa?, perhaps, as popnlar.and found at lea-t ISSI. .
[p wijile are; as virtuous and as patriotic asv No cultivation is mis profitabre in proportion Washington, by Joiuaiy Tallahassee, July 9. 23 .
*, and I'IK C''r: A country fellow was passing down this Staie uiaj Iw fuj.pfdWiJi) Iwr Irtu1r j quota of a? uiuny er.ln'i-'iasiif reaaeisasany DOCK laai can DPinentionrd.
I Itii
;r EtaU-stneo areas eirlijhtoned to the and labor as that of the We think the R.iii.bles and Sketches
exjK-nse Orange, the the other lieu thrust arms which \rill lw furwarJ-id xcheu sazJ return h A Valuable Tract cf Tobacco Land. .
atijus as oars. 'Hiey see what, with I a-d thousands will re-tn.bark ia it when its ttrt-et day, w a wag made. are dt-sfintd t to be as popular at least as any of hi? ,

itl4iiviJtal ceptijufi, we do not peniit our- I recovery is beyond doubt It will re-ttoro lo.St his bead out cf a house aud sang out, Hal1lo ]5v orJcrof the GoTcranr cnJ Conun-uukr in Claaf. pri'viausly published works. Thee; is net a dull fer Sale.Md a -

1'Ive to we, that tlie free States are fast Jos- Auguttine its and and there, squiie, when did you come dozi !" R. S. HAY WOOL chapter in the work, titled J ai it i ii with an infinite : TILL be on a crtuit t.f twelve! months, at .
beauty prosperity; The aut.icr has ample rocan and enonjjh" Vernon V.. the frt Mon '
variety. verge ,
ig thir for iaxv and I'ecooiin Jona.tlian cast his eye up at the window and Adjutant and Iaicctor Gt-ncruh tIJiigt; n County iun
repect tticreau; the advantages which render it now for the t.1h13 fine latent* lo era' llamniociLaii'l
1C, 1651. t'2 It rroploynpiil: day iu October next, 2t.o acres of valuable!
tn.ithtj: t heir B0'ea'n' eiigg&inent*, and one of the most healthy, ;pleasant amid delight replied, Say, mister, you'd better haul in 3tugcst advantage, and most surrcs luHy has here:cirpll. h- belonging to the estate t.f John Ferguson,der -

to jdl tW cyllw cf jvjj.ion and morali7 I ful residences in the iSoutlieni .States.AH your bead ; folks will think you keep a CITY COTTOII] \YriGHEH.HAVING : ed the ta k. The biogiapliical! sketch otihe! author cea ed. It u situated near the uj>[*.r part c{ IIulme

tv. 1'1 > *** tiiat the aliniiiion of lave>y at that our friend assertb of the tbu' bter-house, seeing a caife head hanging is inlcrosting and well considered."and much Valley, about tive ii.ilt fnm te Cart 1lom.e.tu,
t prospective '' thealue"nf the book, which i is sot in a
to :
up vevy
Hiding of out of the window. \vhdi point Ilin.i' Crock is ca igahle all the year.
? Uij4jfl e the dis- (not to say present) attraetiveixe of Ht Awxjo&tiue b-MTi npjHilnfed one cf the City Cotton neat an:latlrrti\i! >f jlc-by I Ihefubliiher.-See Portland It M well watt red, and well adapted to the ciJturtf

% th eiesu oeii itself. Theto is wvll founded, if the h.lf that ball CO": In the fctreet" of Leicester, one day *. I notify tire I'lunU'r! aid Merchant Tranirript, JJre. l6'A. of Tcbacco, Cotton, Cern, L'.cu, and 6ignr-care.;
( tr.adiiy thancing nmd of Leoa. Gad-idcn. mid the sarr.utrIzg Counties, al'o M.- Headley i 14 one of the most promising writers Onlr small of the Jjuid Ucleartd.but
been fctited: by the friends of tl ::t ancient city, accosted drunken a portion
t.t Dean Swift w-as by a weaver
t i0 cti4.knt tiue (Georgia 1'Jaiittrs. that I will attend coi taii1ly at oftlm rountiy, an I we have hete one of hs best there is aliout :::0 atrjsf cleared land, unJtr fence
?r1. aii : !ThO.HS rellaturaUy lie true. I Hotu vtr, perhaps in fs\v reeks v/c who, fctaggering against: his reverence, tha Depot in 'I'uiit&aocv! to Vec i'e crjoualy! } all books- one on which Le can safely rest his fane. on wlach there i L lug cou. r'-

b (eiuu frjz3 the tnio conuli may be ;.bk-to ffK ak more achi'edly! upoiithi i said, COTTON) and TOKACCO intni-tetl to my care. Jly It poesc unfatiguincr charm* perfect simplicity chant, Jc.: on public land auj .ialng. It is 0. Ligli and

a, the oak means : ftoint Our present impression is, that 1 have been spinning it out" Sc4I. trocgt from N w Y'rk, wzJ 1.a adiut.d and and truth. Theie i is a gracci'ul lranknes pervading 1.t'althv..ituc.ticn, acJ v.d, .cztt. to good range for cat-" u
: ', '*"WI iij at mnaia to them.- famous ft. ha )been in I ertiIcd by the ii caks :LnJV.itht fth" the composition, "Lich engages the iistfrexi of tie ancl. hogs
T1-1! ;;; as Augustine years Yes said Dean, 1 seo have, and
jou 1}. the leader in the culhor welt in the
ww bat Cut rii 1Ioue tutre. at tic 1tvi1I cs as subject- land
The will Le ld at tLstatiie
we of the Nortl improvement on pullic M>
irom "
ia pail, a* a re1ug( tiie cold of the Nojth, .pli it home. Rorn Paris and London xhiLit
about
zn Iigt to 1ane! now you are rt g **C'* (UI' great ad%-aitajif oscrany tther !ieur- I Hi- ramble f time.
'e f.ith thou) for doing what in tcifiU, it will hert-nfter be more famous as. t-r the Store*--saving ia the Draya alon-, ri tht a llirtii
mwv g tlj t do, if they ish to totaiti the rrsot of thosevbo, in ptirsuit of health, "A country editor, in speaking of a steam cciits on every \z\g tf Cottiai ; the Yard, too, beiiichtrcmsly which a man oh| tate will deiisht to linger. We Julv 12, 131. 27 J>t I

uAituce of frevduft*. comfort or gaiety, eeek protection from the boat, says, .She has twi-lvo hearths iu herladbe' fcnccd; > arid in good repair, tus! Cotton \\ill predict for (hid a sale equal to that of any cl the au- ____
"Let I aUo bo forvar- llirr's woik.-SeeJVew York .V T5.
anJ
no r.an fccdw cabin. be more secure fctrti fojury. c.ui
Myself with the vain hflat nf the SOUTh in summer. \Ve learn that Co-Partnerchip.
The collection one of which no atithcr nerd beashamed. .
and
the Mucliiut i
Lpm' tJ h 1 1'ln.tvrs -
with ilt-Liy. hope
led *
!-V" radieaisni-] represented by a number of plauters, witli their fiimilieSj instead Oh, life of me exclaimed an old lady: 'iU give mi: their i aroa.ijrf, uI aui dtttrmiued It consists, iiidetd, of some ot" llr llead- TIlE nr.dersijrned have t'is day foitrrd a Copatfij. -

tvlr. ***; woald top vith the mere of going north of Mason & Dixon in on lending the above, what fcqualling there to deserve it bv strict atteatimi ts> my buiiLCaa. i,'v'smosi bilhiart and hjtb1y.fiutiahCd romr ..iions.of nc'rship under firm cl fi i. J. Itoezmri .
Z""f rf must ba\e been." CHAULKS L. UCMILLY ihose specimens of I/H abilities by wiiul. he may neo. H MFGINMSS
'S" vcry. It is d IU ua- feearch olfashion, frivolity and anttoy bo of pei Cutton no.1 Tobuxo Weihcr.TflalhseeAugntt I he jiled with the jTrjatest safety to hi.fame as a July 1, ISM. JuS.: U MKGIKNSS.:
iLk1a aaily oar that it would, lietukan tliemsdves! to the old Ppanioh (itS Crr? Sonic Western villiau has concocted 1K 1. 1 tlJ word-painter and thinker -Sic JVtis-l'ork Tii-

V :<'CUdm, j f so da- erous. TLe nboli- where they are ppendiug the present season, the fallowing "con." lunrDee. 17, 1S40. Valuable Lands for Sale. .

i'tie'm''"'"' y violt' (%'. against the will most pleasantly-<-jijo%lug Whatever delight Why ;n certain ladies of the present day -I-- Laborers, late Notice. N. B. The above boi>ks will he forwarded lo rr- purchased all the Lands of the Crm-
tier at the prices mentioned, free to any HAVING :
postage
tieiu! f i aid wiLdout coapenEating can be afforded by pea fevezcsnnd sea bathing. liitc the forlorn hope" of a besieging? auny ? -'S. TANTED immediately to wick on the fl.ri.ja part of the United Slates, on Ihe! receipt of orders, I as tha hrun vrrckT Chdttah<.x>>

'der, 1P property c"t jjel then to fc-ur- -Sarannahkorgian. Ik-cause they are about to throw them- nn-1 Gwr-riu Plank Road, n LARGE NUil11F.H with the money. Money may be sent by mail at inv chile Land Company, I will sell privately until the

he a grcit eil' but h is one Of s-lves into Uie brceches.ozi : ol Rl'1' bodied LiliortTsihife and black, to ri3k. iccqnd Tuesday in October next, vr on that day by

1'ite t "U to be ejected from the Talc tJic J'aj'er.-'Tis fc\vc-et wmlct's vbuin goodaz e-* will IKJ (.IVJ-H.. Applv to JOl1! S. TAYLOR, p'ibiicaleat Chattahocchic, the fhlovingdcscrv.be .
re$ r FesoL; pro- on : Women are called the softer sex," JAMES: L. TOiU'KIXS, Contractor, Publisher, 143 Nassau st..ew York. Lot -.
I'zb1i, Cmatirian. \Vc assure the night at borne, to wt l by fire and tapers ; but At the Camp, near Newport. 31 3tGroceries. IN GADSDEN COUNTY.No. .
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and they An *tt.1'51.
I K t It ls the I>oiat w vM' particularfab. ah it is a wiser tiling, by far, to lead the papers. because are so easily bumbuggrd. Out 0, 1E51. 21 2irt __ : 1 and 2 in f-ac Sec. 32. containing 2CS*" arrcj.,

impr<1V U;>fa our readers, that the aho- Won't \ou take the Can't of one bundled girls, ninety-five would prefer --------- SV i and \V i uufSE4vfSt.c53, .
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jf papers ottentation to hap june55. Superior Claret &e. S i olV 4 ol N E i of St c 33. T 4,R 0,N fc U.V.
Irecoi1ifl.( bavery ls only] an i incident in you fake the j-apcrs ? The joys of heart are )(1Ck BUSHELS Corn, Lot No I r, ith of a St c 'n fractional section 5. .
rLn Neither th o I-reesoile nor wet little worth unless 3'oa tale the papers. "Pa, isn't that man Sn what they call the 1UST received jx-r Tallahassee from New Orlenus, out) 3 barrels Leaf Lard, NWLantlNLofSsc 4nadNWZotscv3.
wresee J "St Julicn Sledoc" 1 Tierce Rice. _
wiere] they would V.inbinral I I lovers You life P ?" llc- 20 bjJf08 sujHTior Claret, --* -
iT1 slop Maidens waiting true, must spring time of ? Why, my son 40 barrels! Extra Flour, T3HG. : :
tL 20 11. Jo. St I>.tlicjxj da (tj.
ttffcl ,. .V do, f in one of the classes take the papers Swains, who! would not idle cause he looks so confounded gre-c-ii." 0; do. do Pale Sherry Wine, 2 dozen Charnpaipie Cidar, IN JACKSON COUNTY.N "
la: the country, amid bdng the iou must take the Won't fruit i pipe old Peach Brandy, E 4 and E | t.f NV i of Section 3d. \
lJop1os1d p.i'r- woo, paj>ers you 1 case 2 dnzth French in natural juice. K i of S E i. and S \V cf S E i cf Sec 23-.T 1R7NandW.
to Jaw, to Constitutions and Gov I take the papers ? Can't you take the papers ? AEEIED. BERRY i! ROWLES, Auctioneer, ic J pipe Consc Wine ..

long CCthLIz it '* they. wouhi not fciopeort'maincd 1 Chi the 17th (.f July, Ly the Kcv. 3 din Sunder Augwt. 81 tf J Whi1iy pipe Mibsa-Rye: Haw., and Rectified, and Lots 2. 3,4and 5 of (Vac Sec SO, ?nd U>t .hr-rro,

a Ei inge! safi'uurd fur llOBIKSON f und ia te! bu- the N 1 of fras Stc 31, of T 4.R6, N and \V. |
I3di'idual I Three Miseries.-To walk! two miles for Dr. FIIANCIS A. to Miss L. A. il Look out for Fifty Dollars.T every other article n ujlly grocery *co "*
freJ or a wngle institution ca- sine,..', which I will sell low for cash.s. tainini; STU acii.*
Tt1e the of begging a favor and then feel hush, till of Jackson County. Sentinel
*r purpose copy. MAILED a Fifty D 'lhr Note ou the Dauk of 1,5I.Z0 A. II. FELKEL. L\T U'ECATUR COUNTYGEOP.GlA 7 1
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the
J ULiOsing least rcs-traiut lawW Aigst
less and d(> upon too modost lo name itIJowing On the 14th infant, by AVBliam \VooJs, Eu.qr., Charleston, S. C, on the 12ti? of June hv-t at the Lots No 410 and 420. 2Iat District >

sPoU.c wilL Xo doult there arerujw to a person whom you mistake for Mr. ChRISTOPhER 11E1CJIERT to Miss MAP.Y Mineral Springs P. O. Columbia Comity. Eat: }Florida Fresh Groceries. 50 ; acres. p. r

iecched ndi\idaals iu U.o party, another fi PiigcM-ille, Ne\vlK-rry ibtrict, S. C, for which Ilia'vc fr Nole. There is saall ,
and getting nothing but a vacant ANN UOZFMAN both of Jefferson '. >r 1)EIt Schooner Wm R. Pell (.ia New Orleans, a rcsetratio' \n Caddet ST
not aI! Count} ctri.cate. TLa"letter I went raft', minus the ;
'-iii!! S lengths with it ; but they stare of eurpribo for I 5000 pounuS Middling,, County. S
sjflrnpoteol to restrain it, and the party To be iu your pains.: "On the 'Jtlj ins-tant, ly I5ev. S. P. Hk-hardson, Mr. money, u4 I !Jiavo bcin informed. Nu 88, letter D, 20 barrcU extra family Flour, Most of this land i is very f. rtile, a'aj S.11 a tr'tI
a scrape every hour, merely for to K. II. bearer, Cliark-ston, S. C. 2d the culture of
MaenUnS its forces it marches will CJJAKLES McCOY toiliss FllAKCES A. LESTER, myabc Sap or 40 superfiiie do. lo Tobacco, Colloot and IC -
tflhersoever as want of nerve to say no. OctoK-r, Ib4l>, A. ( Rose. Cas-hier. H. W. Ccraicr, 5 Lard, any p'rnn iv i aliin w the m tol "f the On'1.
iflCil,1es its llccntious and despotic t all of Leon "ouaty. President, endorsed on the back II. E. Purviai, Fla. 12 Rice, County, wouldseltabareajn. it Lmt- .. Ti CltuerRiverriea

l Tetit.d lead, un1es, spcedil :ind effectual. 0: You are a fool," said one man (to anoilier. Any information relative to Niid bill that will lead to 3 box.s Lemon*, Chattahooche'at vhih .

Lity I, the onderiiart ibe conimuid Well," said the man I Piano for Sale.A the detection of the purHncr the nioney, will be 5 kegs fioshea flutter..Mn. the Lsnd can be seen, and I can be a ,
o the perhaps am thankfully received and liberally rewarded. :v'k 0 bushel Corn ihe 1st of Auustafier '
tncreifal of Di- FIRST-RATEKmrnd-Imnd PIANO, for tale lovr. Licb k''J
tiJe iuterpoaUen and I think if all the
fools vcre tick you \\ oulci .2\. Apply at this Office II. 1. PURVIANCE.Mintral BERRY t ROWLRS, Ancticnem. Lc Ga. The titles are ii' a ,

soon wane a dvclcr." August 16f 1&B1 82 tf Spring. Julf 25, lI. 9 4t A'Ust 2 f, 1331.' 4tf 30 / -. .- JoU- 1 5 1S31._: M .c.e.JQH:' C, S '

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i Amendments to the A. E. MATWELl. )i. D. PLPT. Towle & Myers, p. p. LEWIS, rgal 9.bvtriltnitut

f CONSTITUTION OK THE STATE OF FLORID MAXWELL & PAPY, HAVE on hand,and ure now receiving,i new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. HE next sessional! commeaci, tn

ATTOR\EYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, assorlmenl of GOODS, consisting OOMS in the new building immediately In Chancery. July 7th, at wiuci, time it MOr3AT,

Adopted the Fifth General AstemVy, and pubtubed TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Gold Lever Hunting Watches, East of the Post Utiice, where MIDDLE CI RCUIT-i EFFERSO N COUNTY. new Academy wilt 1e nady f the zece
School. ptiGflCfl :
r in pursuance vf.Jrtitle .Y//, Section *, Gold Anchor Lever do he will be found, unless professionally

of the Cvnttttution.AN Februarys, 1851. 6 Silver Lever Hunting do engated. September T 1850. 35 Melvina Philips, ) for Dirorce. Efficient anti faithful Teacher, ama
i Silver Anchor Lever do vs. V Dill several Departnaents. The hiitjt V

CHARLES W DOWNING, Lapine and conmoji do PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Robert Philips. ) svithi an extensive Chemical. I hiVrrl Ji 'I
amend the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth
ACT
In Conrt
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW Gentlemen and Ladies' 1.onm! Pin IT appearing to the snli-faction of the by ematical eIertiA .
AND ) Apparatus well 'Itb.
j general a-- a
Article of the Constitution ol Ihts Stale ; and aIr TAVLtin Jj to. Proprietor. t'tte Co- J. Robtil LI'
( affidavit made in this that Philip,
of Car and Finscr Ring Gold Guards and ET. ca-e, valuable of Mw, i rary,
orjjnent
la amend An Act amendatory of the Twelfth Tallahassee, Fbrida.r Cotton GUI $tiannhcsory, ha'e the sat.iIaCtivn Defendant doe not reside in ibis Stal, but in thai The
Ke\s. Feb! and Vet l Chain SeaN, Gold and Sdvei number of MudeirU from bavin"11" t!
:1 Clu4e of the Filch' Article of the Constitution ol ; Office at the Caj itoL Pencil"Gold I'ens.Goldand Silver Gold i lo announce lo their patron and the Plar United Sta'i-s. in part unknown, 9" that the ordinary ,, that abroad *
( Stale nd a.iipted by the Third and F uilh tf Spectacle; ten* generally, throughout the Cotton ecof arv me-re ample accmnat.c!
S ; q this 'L.rchi 15, 1851. 10 cleeve Collar and R.is"in Butlon. Sikf nd growing region processor subpecn.1; cannot be served upon him : provided L414
Pearl. new buildings I
fr rdinX
1. General *.s more than
plan tie
.. the PeopleSROHON of their celebrated PRFMICM Giss. firmr
W. H. DAVIS
G.
4 Silver and BuflT.ili Combs. Philip appear; aid answer the Hill if Comlhinant been (fle
1. fle it inncled ly He Senate and I'aru. Where these Gins he been once used, it would erected and are row nntVr the
fiUd in thi .ou
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .A1." Fiench Minile Cb ck Table KnSvw, Tel Principal Board ni-o
V the State of Wort bp deemed lor the Manulicfuiemlosay may be obtained
Rrprrsenl'itivi unnecessary
hi" Order said Bill will
first of I or with
the publication ,
taken ii hi* abode al Talaba! '*pe, and will Trays, Plated and Silver Ware, Silver Table nn1 Tea wmd'JR ihpirlavor respectable families in the i ivari 'IeaI
1: lain General .i* rmbly convened. That the Ek'- HAS | a a. they feel confident liii- machines be taken fur corf'ssed n aimt him. place. The rj4e
Si-ooti" Phat..l l Snoors. l"nrk, Cr-am and Soun La- t(
t : in the Courts of ihe Middle Disliicl have been ,* from f 8 to $10
r enth CU'Heof the Filth Ariicleol the Con-litution brought t' such perfection. I hat June per month. For
At Chamber?, Tall-hswc, 20, hS.;
Waiie-s. do Tea Set Castor
dip Pialid Candleslick"
..- of this State, and a1o an Act entitled, An Act tu arid of Franklin and Jick."n Counties. *, their superior performance will recommerd them, J. WAYLES BAKER. Jud e.&c ticulars respecting rates if tcition, r rn
and ace
4 mend the Tvxcltlh Claine f (the Filth Article tilt March !ft. lsr.il ti1ltSPEC Ah", .Sitar fine d-Miblebarieiled Lamp*. Silver Gun Gill Girandole Simt and *. in prffereire Iii allother Gus now in ue. Foi the June 21. IS-)!. 21 3m Catalogue, whith may lie obtained bv rrlktk Trhntetl
Garr.eRac
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the Constitution this Slate, so that the Judges *ati lactiofi rl tho'.p uho) hsve nol ncd (he Gin, N. IL STEWART ,
the Circuit CouiIs shall hold their offices lor the { i us pd Fh.,4ci.uine Deckel Knive Poite Monr.ie, and art iriacquaitilcdMlh i h I heir r.r utati ion. tIE Pro. In Chancery. Qtiincy. June II, 1Sl. 23 iinCi&!.
instead bihaior Poit Polio, Violin, Claronel and Klutt-s, fine Ri2pr piiolors need only that the FIRT Premium -
rl
: term of eight years, during good OF THE say
14 ," be, B'iJ the me are tiere-by, sa amended a* SOIL OF THE SOUTH. ',. Strop* *cc.r of have b. cn a\vrd to ihm for ihp PEST GIN ex- GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT Madison Male Academy.

to read a* lollops, > iz : Tnal on the first Monday quality and general as rtmpnl Perf-imerv, )M'uKilat the oroa' S'lateFair h1d at A tanta, Cei'r.tria AT CHAMBERS, Tallahassee, July 4, 1S31. School will
un.leiKisned, a Coir.iniltce cl Public-alien, on &r. fcc. TOWLE & MYERS tIe; rpIUS commence it* eeorwlL
iu October, i in UK- jear o'c tho'ivan i eight hundied THE ot the rdtiscosee aiid R'isehI Agricullural Se trrher 2. P350. .IS ; oln, at Alibatna and Georgia Agiieultnial Genoa C. Townsend, 1r5. der the direction of Mr. F. L Vrui-pJr
and and the fiift in Octiber pjit and Mec'onric's Fair, held al Cnlnirbn; ard at the )
fifty-three, on Monday inVite ; ,V Bill for Divorce. MONDAY July 14th, and terminate FrTi
p'ibtic
Society nspecilullv' attention to
aj-- 0 every wi ivars thereafter, lln-re shall be elected bythequilitiedeleclnrof annual Fair rf Ihe S< uth Car'-lina IrHitule, at ClharfneL Tonnsend. ) cembtr llth. e-n
the follow ins Prosrertu ff a Moiitlilv Journallobe Bonnets &c.
(. each of the respective Judicial Chleton. The Coilr.n pinned on lime Gins j rpr appealing; to the sati-fjction rf the Court, b*
: Circuits of this Slate one Judge ot the Circuit published named in Assofiatiiin.tinscil.under. the ausjiiccs ol the a- JUST received a general n ortine-nt of I.adies and -i>red the fir"! PrPmii'tn at the exhibition held! in IT affidavit in Ihis cause file,!, that Catharine L RATES OF TUITIOy.

I hail reside the Circuit lor which he bo\e ? : Court, who in at even Townser.d. the Defendant in this cause, reside beyond Arithmetic
he de-voted
the aadr
The work will lo interests
nav be elected, and continue in office for the term ticultuieardHiuticullure.Doiriosticand! of Ae; Jenny hind Flat?. Gents. Boys and! Inf.mts China 53171'e4 lii Crllon.frf'ni Ihrrn hate been e\hibild. the j infliction cf this Court, and out of the graphy, per se 'b.n. **

cf eis years from and all -r the firt day of January Rural Ecoriomv. Penil. Le-chorn, Panama and Palm leaf Hat. French The 1'iopiiftor have in their pocses.inn? numcr- State of Horid.i! : The aoovo, with En iii-h Grammar. Compcfi. *8 "
Under several heads
lhe'e
next rasceeJinsbis election, unle-M sooner removed | all lhat ihccu'.tnreof will he included Sprisrs and Wrestlw (white r.nJ colore-d.) 4 and 6-4 ou* rrriifcate from Plar.lct*, Cotton Prr.kpr (Com It is QiJrrtJ, Thif ihesaid Defends? dj appear, tion. liory,and Exercises in
xi'idel the provisions made in this Constitution Icr i concern Crops, the improve- white and colored Floor Matting, Fan. Faro6o1 Parn mi-sini M-rrh3nt ard Minufarlurers of Cotton demur lo the suid Bill ot CompNinlwuhn
j plead, an''ver. or -
-. the removal of Judges by addles., or impeachment : Gulden men! of the the Soil Orchard, the manairnt, the; Flower: ol Ihe (Farm, the oottr! nnd 1 Sun Shades. Bonnet Sa'h. Neck and Gi>r..!#, testilyinc that the perfmtrpricp of the Gins, three monlhs, cr said Hill will be la- The Latin cn-I Greek languages and Ifathc- ** C

AnJ for wilful neglect ol duly, or other iea onablecaue. | In Yard, and thehlciu.e.kcoper's Cap P ibl on batk! white anj colored S.iMn: 1iltwin. anti flic san>$plf* prrducp.l I bv lh<>in. cannot be excel.Vd ken ].ro (>;i/> >tfapd that Ihi came be et f>i hear- matins per 5es'ion,

.. which ,h.ill not he tmttcicnt ground loiS impeachment | with the i inlere-t D'pattrncnL.ol t Ihf Soil the their connexion F.T Palo bv HEIR i! RUST. bv any Gin' +\t T inaniifpturrd. leg at the next term of the Ctrruif Coiirf for Gar's.d The price of tnitien to c pai-1 in advance
i her !
ot indosltia
p the! G-ivernnr shall remove any of Ihcta | April 11 1P51. 15 All orders fur Gin-, given either {to Madi.-e-n June
: I Pursuit of the laud will our travelIng -n County in Octobt-r nest, and that thi* Oidfr bf 21, ISSI. "t /
);l J' on the adJce** of o-thiid< of the General A setnblv !i attention.j receive their appro.riate'fie or local Agents, or lorivnrdrd to the Prc>rrielor-' by published in some public newspaper printed in this i

PfoeiJt' hoirecrr. Thai the cause, orcauef, Flour Corn Bacon &c. niiih, ss ith! always rcctik-e i attention. GirV
I : j "Roil of t Ih" ivnUh''willba under the editorial ,pr'-mpl State'nct'a wrrk le-r I' tee months, and thai Com Groceries.O .

ftlull be slated al length in such aJJres an.) entered Mit/fi vision of Charles A. Pi-abudy, Ep.1 and 'T HE unders-i ned ha?just received direct from New will he sent lo any part of the country, and warranted plainant takelt-Mi'm-mv in the ran;?. fBAPvRELS snpe-rCnc family Flow
the iournat4 o Cacti : .ind iosidedfuitnr, to sjtisiaction.JUS ,
on hull be tiotilkd lieJuJz Col Jjrnes M, Chr.rnbirs. A.r. IVabody hn .bcen for J. Oi leans an increased supply e-f the following article give J. U'AVLES BAKER, Judge.Atrtiecopv OV/ 3 tierce* Star rjre-d! llama,
That the came (>r can to ( I. DUTTON Aeent. Attest
: wo connected \\iththe Agriculturjl V 4 casks Shoulders
Pies and :
intended l tie removed and lie shall beadmltteJ jr.ir *, Columbus Ga. S
to February 1S3I. 5
,
;
? Sit
ly P. C LESTER C5nk.Jnlv .
.. hparin in hisowu d.-lenre, before p equally; distin-ruit-hed J g a Praclical and Scie liticFain.fr fiO i bbl*. extra Flcur, 40 do. JJo?'. Pork> SO barrel Ohio Floor-srpcrCne,
to
a
? any
I vote for iichre-moval shall pas; a'i1 in N'jchcss.s, and Gardner. Cvl Chambpis i is one of t tin' ISO wiek.* Coni. 12 cat-k* Side*, Just Received and for cale low "by 5. iv'il. 2.1 Sm 1 ti'-rce twwjjcd Ham.,
and I mast intelligen* and ucres>!ul Plantprs in the South. 4 Lays Fio Coffee, 1 ('ask Porter. 1 barrel fine Rum,
the vole ti.11be taken by *, and enter
nay In
yeas They will IP asi -l'd by an able bnrrel elo. Lard J. 31. WILLIAMS Chancery.
ed the Journals of each H UIP, rrsuu'Cluely.SEC. corn* of Cortribn- 1 Lard, 1 Oil. If'Q' sack Salt.
on 2Beit fnrl'tir enacted. That taidelection lor.a on3lhepiaclical t Farrneis and Planters of I the jft keps 4 ca-J1! Shouldtr*, ; nnd Cot Rope, assorted KZPS, MIDDLE CIRCUIT (C-y }'LGNIDA-IN GADS- flatter Western and Gojlcn, MolcsEcs ic.

I c' all b.coidu1i.! anl the return* thcicof made, in j Land. 1 ho -heml) Stir, 4 l.arrtls clarirled da MANILLA, Spade*, nnd Axes. DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Lirpora if all kin.K '

thA mnner now prescribed or which rny hcrealtt! F.ach: number will contain sixlren page* of quarto 1 liox Beef Tiii uca, 1 tierce Rice, Weediii Hoes. Patent ditto, AT CHAMBER, June 21, A. D. 1S5I.Elbcrt ,Jtist received by schw ner 11 Barrard. and fa,

)be jirerribed by Law, lor the election! ol member loCentreis size printed with new tnpeonsupeiiorhjlepappr, C I bbl No.l Mackerel, 2 do. No. 2 Mackciel, Bake Oven. PotSpi ler*. Johnson, J Jrt. low by A11Groceries FE1jELL t

I ; and it 8iiill bs the 1'iy' of the Ctvet nor pud lurnis'iedlo subletibeis at the rile of One Dollar 2 ilozcn jnr* B/.indy Peaches Old and Youmr Townend' Sarsapnnlla.! )[-Petitionf.r V i I Di voice. June 14, lS1. 3 tr

.. lo issue a corr.TaU-ion, under the seal ol the State, per annum, \\ hich: must be naid in idvance.CJ5 2 barrel* Mr>noncahclaVhitkov.. Trace,Fifth, halter, Ireat.; Sireteher, and Log App} John on. ) ;
: Post MaMeis are authorized lo act ns .Acpnt. PIE FRUIT, Picke&iap.Starclianl! thin & :
to the j>?i8 l in the Judicial Di.ttict iniiich Ihe 1 clecliou i is and they may:: letain in Ine-ir hnnt'* Iwt-nty-five percent usually found in a Grocery Store which I oifir f rpple $ trap Iliucre. Patent! Balrnce. COO lh*. O it beii-u made to appear to the satisfaction of FROM New Orleans per Scio ,ner TallaLassse.
of all
F'ib-criplims rollcrted by thc-n, or if on terms n* ivorable M other house in the
Pity Soinz Knives r.nJ N'edler 6'KJO pounds clear siJe.
; (rcuin Cap, the Court that the Defendant resides the
had.Src. That they piefer it, a copv; of f the Wi-rk will be cenl toM citv. Call ar.d sec f'r yourselves. beyond "
: 3. Be it further enacted. whenever C n"-p Mill. Cotton Card*, Thrrmomet limits of the S'ate ef Florida, to wit : in the Slate 10,0no ribbed dm.SOt'O .
\\ nr.et'e1t. ironthrratuitou..-!}-, x\ho will remit May in, 1851. 18 A. II. FELKr.LT -
shall bull
I the General Assembly create a t-epaiate Supreme Cut NaiLrt.cgl.t Nwl*. ILirse Shoe Nail*, t.t Alabama : Perk side*.
foot u-jili 1-t Jollaip.lj3" .
a Court, or Chancery t ourt, under the provis aTii'* ir Windsor nnd C.mc Seat Chairs Willow 50 f-arrela supfrCne Hour
A''! Communications r.sict bp addrpsjed Wagons, Jt itthirefoie OrJreil. That a hearing be had in ,
; ion* ol thisCon tuuTiun, the JuJ r*. Iherecf sliallte pnM; :, r Williirn II. Chambeis., Publisher of "The, poet Notice. Bucket, Tr.lrt, PLsjin. Sieve., Trav, Broom., V It.14 ca.i-e at the Tall Ttrrn, 1531, cf the GaJaden 20 kes* Leaf Lard,

elected in the manner provided iu the first section Soil of the South Cc'h'Iml,12Q.G1. r\OOPERS & WHEEL WRIGHTS WANTED.v ._ Pota-h, Sal So.la. Indian. Glue; Madder, Circuit Court : 2 barrel* -

I jft1)U act, and shall hold their oilices for the same ,VAN LEONARDCrmraitce! > A uio't e\celfiit! ponin for a few good -\vork- Sion's superior 6 3 Tobacco, Rail Road SnufT. Prutildl, That this Order published in one if 4 tierces Sti5ar-cired Hams,

terraand be subject to aI! the provision* of aid li tlectian i R. A. WARE, V of ir.en of alx>ve tra le'. jiarlicularly if steady, inJu'riou flit,. Dijuyra. and Java Coif'-e, coar e &fine Salt, the newspapers printed in the City of Tallahassee 2 el<\ prime Rice,

.. : PtatUul haj-cvrr, Tnal ihe Ju.iges of the J C HURT. ) Publication.Colnmbu and willing: to wrrk for -nenabe! pay"It would Sperm. Adamnn'inc, Star and Wax Candles, for the >pace of three months previous to the ti't 10 lockages Brown, Loaf, CrnsLedanJ

Supreme (Com t hall lie elected liy genera! ticket ; *, Ga April 20,1 Is1. 1C 3m be vore llitui unless for others to entertain a thought Bfixe-s Brown Soap ditto for the Toilet. day cf the said lerm. Clarlfieil Su ar,

and the Juies of the Chancos Court >luli IwtlecleJ of cornin-f to NEWPORT. Green; it Blk. Tea Pickle., Lemon Syrup Claret, J. WAYfXS BAKER, Judge. te. 500; bnshels Torn. &r. fr sale low I ,

by geiieral ticketor by Districts the Legislature NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING! STORE May 10, Sol.; 18 Soda and Butter Crackers, [Pne: Apple Cheese, A true copy-Atles', BERRY .fc ROW LEtf, Auctionetra, ,&a.

may direct.SEU. Bacon, Lard, Fl >ur. Mackerel. 11 C. I, i.Tcn, Cleik. .Inly 12. 183!. TJ7 tf

: 4. Be it Jwthcr tnaefiil. That should a r-PJIE MiWribcr hn* oponod Received.c Loaf an.l Cm-bed Suijiir. with the ucual gorsi assortment June 2S, ISr l. 25 3ai
vacancoccur in either the S'lprrtnc, Chanccty, cr a qpncrnl CLOTHING
J. nnd FINISHING ESTABLISHMENT CASKS SIDES.: of articles in the Dry Ge od-j ; Family Flour.
Circuit Ccurt, by death, tesi.znatL.n, rem'a1 I, or one
uthcrv\ise. it shalt! be the duty ol the Governor to i door South of Mecsr Ivi;i& Ames,where he i* now t., 2 Shoulders, Shoe*. Hat*. I[trdware. Crockery, SuJdlcry, Jefferson Circuit Court.IN lUST received! from New Origan*. 2ft barrels ,

i* ue a writ of election tu fill s'lch' vacancy, and i>e I opening; a well wlocted ortmont rf s-ipcrior and 20 lirrccs (yagar Cured,) Coach Trimming and Domestic luiie. CHANCERY. Ii fine tumly! flour warranted to keep tLe tvcnn

sbill cireat Iea--t sixty dabti' notice tkrreo'f by procliinitim hlonablc READY-MADE CLOTHING fuited to 4 hotheads N. 0. Sugar, Room is required to enume-rate Fancy Articles. Paul timer, Executor cf John A. Culhbert, thc'd.agaii.t BERRY & HOWLE3. Aueiiontera,it

and the Juil. so elected lo nil such va- the c.i.: on. ('iiltCi.ting in part COATS, VESTS and J 5 lurrels M<>lne e*, (Conclusion iiit week.) \ l J'llv IS. 1P51.;; 27

oncy stull continue inoflice Irom the time he qualun )- PANTALOONS, <>f vfinu* ptvle* nnd rjuiiiV! ? :_ 20 barrel* extra lour, April 10, 1 Ml.:; 15 JaccsG-.dsden.Eitz'villum RvrdtahI.ar.d I ihe widow -

>lr hi* -ornmui"n, \\hirli slull be issuedjm1f'JlIt4'1y wh''e r.nd f-Micy eol.rcd SHIRTS nil qunliie ; Silk, rU SupcrSne Flour, Pork.On and heirs ot John A. Cuihberl,deceased.TTPON1 PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY,

alter the :i' al caiiva ol the op| by i Merino,and C4)'ic.fl TndeThirt determined rrocUtti Jiotctrer hIiorr. Silk and Linen June 7 1851. 2 S. S. BARPiELS Mess Poiklanding from Brig UraO -
KNIGHT.
which his ret urn u : Hairikprchii f Stock. Sum- \J Item affidavit to my satisfaction hat dfferidants Capital Stock .
That should il nproin" necessary lt; (ill any such va- I flier Tiei.' SifpcnTi>, Money Be1t ;. Shoulde-r Bracc \J nus, and fyr sale bvJIcXAUGHT James G.idden and Pitzwilltarti, brth'ahl rr"itle be- S3CO.COO.
-
cxncv t> lore an eteclid'i can be held u.iderthe MOviiu j Pi:rom! the lin.it of the Stale nl Florida the one in THE THi'kr-uoJeel Agent cf tie above CtmttiT
isof thii C< n I IIE I r iindet i ned made South Carolina and the ('(her in New York.so that
J having an ancimenl with i
*
the pJAvr to fill ucli V4canrl l hr appointmentd LICES. 1'MBRELLAS; toother wish a large a.v rt- Ihp ordinal ing1 and titer content*, on the mo.t fav ralle tenn.
JL of this Ci.uit be served
.. a competent and experienced A>:erl PI the City Cotlee etc. } process cannot
the person iappointed shall hoLd ItiMifT.celrom the m-nt of Hats, Cans, Boots, Shoes, dc., all of of \'a-hnt.n, and Sugar, Soap, upon I hem : F. IL ILAGG, Ant
diteof riiscon.mis.i.in' until hu successor thail be which will be etild cheap for c.T-h. b-ing pnw prnvidtd wnh I Iheap Q SACKS COFPCE Talloliassce. June 7. 1 E51. 22
11 }. OrJtraf That
|-\d and re'qnI I foiiiic\iil t i I I attend i l to t ihecid- : thrrefrre publication be mad
duly elwtei ami jtuliSi-d. W. T. MITCHELL: JL .3 in, l rrtls Stiiiirt's yellow Sugar -
l Uclion of '1.nn> by POA rs nl j attorney for !iti'ut! ty lot four months in a new-j.aper published in TallaIi3 -
it enacted. That the second u $100 Reward.
SEC 3 Be Jurtlur Tnllahaspce. May 3 3, 1FSI. 17 tf bands, I'tnsi.m" aid < lairn* IT Lr'es and Seivi"res 5 Pilot Bread, 'se, Florida, requiring aid delendanls Gaddf
of ai > amend Ihetvvclfth clause: ol the "
section < act tu upon the United "tac' G4rVi rniner.t.0licers 5 Cracker', art I 1 HuiUnli |to plead. arisS e-r. rr d7tiVur lo the Hill PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS LROW3Thucror
4 Cdmliiation ol lliis State, and adopted bv the third
Southern llutnal Life Insurance 70) boxes
Company family Soap, ol Complaint helore the first
on cr
Monday
and soldiers of ih (
: > war ol lbl'2 or of mStrplmber i'f Ft'rfiJa
and iQ-JHh General A-pmblies a* afoiesaiJ, be and of Lorasiana.J any 24! u Fupfrirr T.>bncco, A-C, Ac :
nxt
the sime is hereby ab.>li hed ; hut it H hereby f rovideJ flAYING J boon appointed A jre-nt for the alwvc C that the d-neral Assembly shall, by the con dcciniii services me that a nvTr Jerwas recently
pthy. it uniiprepsafy to bE4UQ the McXAUOHT 4 OP.310ND. crti-
( rendered moderalp for lour nv>nlhs, as hm in diierNd, prior lo the sad
a cornprfaion! iillie
vote of the two lluu es theieol, at its nptrejulir and .t"ft:: raitted in the of Maffi-rn. *
current > import.thce advantage of the mutual iu-uranre cf the Newport, March 22, 1S51. Ii first Mordav in S'eptn.-iSier 'I-')! ) next.M County ly
charKeil.upondeJivcrj sirrdtt theamuui.tcohecicd
Kessinn, elect *ime perton lo fill the vacancy I principle! would respectfully solicit the consideration or rci 2", 15-11. J. VVAYLES BAKER, Jud.je. Simcn King upon tlu body c.f'Samuel Tkaia ati
1) P ;
1IOGUF
vhich will occur by expiration ol the term of o ;ceof ,,f *hc citizen* of TjilLdia ce r.nd licinity. Any information G.; W. Bacon, Lard, &c. A tiupti>i)>--A that Mill Kin; U now a fusjitive from justice:
that Jude who uiaydiaw the Iwo sear term, under relative to itcan be obtained bvcal'ii IlL'TCllINS. New< A. the C G. FIFE Clfcik.Aril .
? rn ,
March 03, I .ll. 1-2 If A CASKS Bicon: Sides
the nr.wicinit cl *ai'l$ iei'nd jfrlioti, which is subscriber. the Sute afnrofiiiL by virtue uf the autVri'y re'teJ
S. S. .
KXTG1IT. I? !"SI.! 1.4
2 S-out-r! !
herein l><>ve .1..d lired l'i If* i lit re by flVr a rcwnf J 'if "ii?
FIFTH GEVCH %i. .; sF.tza1x.raqed l tb Senate Sight Exchange 10 I barrels Me-s iVrk, Notice.SIX ured P-tlLirs fr tho ap'rekenia r-f said i iLU Kag.sn1
0
ov lheC a iituli>inil taajojity, Oeeetr.bpr 13. I Isili.' THE TEUE KEDICI2IAL \ NEW YOI5K. SAVNXAH, and MACON 25; Flour. months delrrery! into the custody cf the Shenzf f sa.1
O after date, I *hal! apply to the Jndze
$ : Pa fd the Iiitiit. "I Upjiriten'aiive* by the Con ti- fur sale, iu bu is to snii, bvTlluAlAS 2 barrels nnd lu kegs Leaf Lard, County of 3itlin.Jfem.S&id!
Probate ol Madison CtiVt for tellers .f dis-
tutiuflul majjrity, DicemWr Is30.N COD LIVER OIL J. PP.RKIN5, 15 WhLkey. ty King L* about Ive feet ten ir.ihe 1.11i,
mi'-+ion from the adminislrafcn cf the estate ol
1 TEl'1T1. in the cure ot Scrofula. Consumption.iJ'iui.U.vumatUm. Oct..hc'r 1-?. IS'.'). 4'1 zer.t Marine H.tnV. Jut received per Sr. Pnrnnrd. and for sale iwMcNAL'GIIT Daniel Flinn, elfceas.V. li;Lt hair, deep blue eve<, Trfcigh frrm I 1.5 to MOlb

) [ 2.1 (J \slhmaHioichiliCoughs.t i OR3IOND.Nt'w1xrt SAMUEL ;. la talking s-hoTvs Li* teeth vm p'tinly. whfc'b
\VLLUM! ?
Adrr/r.
AN ACT to ten4 HIP Sevenlper.th Claasp cf the ar-d alldi ei--p!) til i the Clip-l nr-d Lunj A oiijiplvnl .Z1TNA INU ANCE CtMPANY) March 22, 1 S5 1. 11 Mnrrh2-2.J.5t.| II n, are decayed. Not very Huent in conTenatiou.tad baa

Filth ArKcleol: t t Ilie! Constitution ollhivSlate.SECTION' this valtnh'e medii-ine i jn-t rfCPived, which is 1 hAll 1 rKOR D, CO.N UC'IiCU T.UILDINGS New rather auiltv Ifmfc. *

1. Be; il fnvctrd by the Senate and warranted pur", and ol veiy *ifit-iif.| ( 'l ihttv. $P-Jock.s, and Cotton in Ware-house or Never. Notice.IX In testimony whereof, I hnve !)crtttto> Mt my

Hiiuif of lifprtsnilfiliceg of the State of florid uin F >r |pby! LEWI1? &, AMF. B insured against less bv fire. ARGAINS to be- bought of the subscriber, imrne- month after dnle. 1 shali make aprlicalion fr hand and caued to be "affixed th? Gnat Sral I IsEAL"f

General Jlwmbly contrnrd, Thul the Stven- May 'Vi. |x'> ) 20 Tallaha spp, Fla.Clothing. LEWIS & AMES, ('s.xtely, two likt ly negroe c\rlf.\ Aprrovtd New S the Honorable Jud e.of Prrbatr in and fur the [ the State i>f Florida.at the Capi i-l m TJlohassee

tecnlh C'ause ot tiic Fifili Atlicle ol t the Conf Jane. A. I). U51.

lion of thi* Stkte be, and te', ,.arne is hereby, ?o April ly, 1851. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.B di-charge as Kxt-culrix: of the last will and testa- THOMAS BROWS.Gurtrnr .

t amended as to read js follow, to wit : "TliPieblntl T "INE fuhionnWc! Black Dres) *. Frock. nn
be one So.icilnr lor each Circuit, who Vi&,\eMe Gnats; do. Blue. Green nn 1 Brown Cahmere.tte (rtr.r..y ci.\ntE & srILLIA, ,) Real Burr Mill Rock.A ANN HART.JeHVrson Ey the Governor-Attest:

V therein, and s'.aii: heelecled by the qtialificd voter* Frcek rad Sack Coats,voikmand.rp r.f which is war v'?J TTAVING I'-Jn-lia-ed :he intcre.-l of Mr FEW Pieces r'>al Fr nrh Burr Mill Rok, 18 byJLJI. County, February 8, 1551. 5 Cm C. W. Dowtc,

r.f such Cnc'iit on the first Monday in October, iu ranted. Just rcrcived, aaJ Lr nlo cheap at the New A -Li Siillnran in then old luimec.m, ; ler 2u ir.ch size fr faleut ctr't and ch.irjrc. by Secretary of, Slate.

the year one thousand eight linndie-dund, (ifiy-lhrre times Clothing Sir:re. \\\ T. Mil C1IELL. r.<. K>u.id at their od! slaod on >difli.] >e -I rye?. :>wjKrt, May 10, 1'51. 13 D. LADD. Summer Clothing1.B. Jsmc 2?. 1P$1. 25 6t

.4.,. and every f vjr ji' rsthereaft, or al such May 17, 151. 19 tfIca ..\ln-re he will receive in a li'\vda%* ln ni Ne\\ \i.i I' t CARK has j'i : received lr nn New Yoik,

the Genera! semlily may by la pres iibe, and i'i.c of t lie! most cotiiplfie aon r(f.eIt4: olin Irad,,. Valuable Plantation for Sale. --3a general 2s<.-rimer.t, of stiininer clothing ol $100; Reward.

eh ill receive "for his services a compensation to beCseJ Ice Real cccl Ice iJr Cloltiirs; and (Jent/tnitii's l-'oncy Guudt rilE PLANTATION wl.w the lute Jj.il.na II. every variety and styie, which will be s-old on the PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS IROWN,

by latv. .tT ret in I I'lii i.aaric1. .AI.o Cfuerai .. i SEC. 2. Be it Jurfier tnicled. That s'lch CPC- I OTS of the cod fluff dclivtred frrrn the Ice ever a .n- 1 I5yr.l firn> iy re-idod. in Leon County near Gai'erno'of Florida.
J4 Howe tin ir.er.t rf Ffntch, K:' :tu.ht cn-i I'tlsiun C Vnfitck /.. ; Monroe St.- formerly ocrupiidhy Cl.uk &. .Siman.Als ( !! .
hi rtlhte-e I..ako madeknpwjV
ions thall be lieM and conducltd. 2nd tl e returns ironing cents ne-r pnnnd i Trio r< n'aiii"fr 4fO arrcs ( f whb'i some 200 "IT/'HF.REAS, It ba boen
by the small qujntity, end two pjrln unit b'-infu irfitlrit ..nil C-i. >?;;) r!"ff' I ckr.red > a fine lot oh Cloths, Fancy and Dl.ick Di-e-Ains, rh'mG. Bi
thereof in*dp. in the arae manner a* is now preBCfib cents h18fb. je en I cii'Itr cnlti atlt :,. Cn the pr.-n.iei > foneJhaf >af.\nght
4 by Uw. or ciiy hermfler b? presci bed by the hundred Weihit. All perem" from ulrrndrah'' anil Ftsu'ieJ Xi/Ar. Xntin, Cae. vrith the r.ej hman-tles. Tul'd. and White Drillirg. Ora| 'l"t -, 3r.I waa, in t|; in.mfh rf March ht, atresltil
'. !t.icI! he i is White and Fancy Mars>iIe.S3lins! and Silk
have it packed ia bcxes cr catkf with \ i re.-nrerl to rnanuljctun* at I IIhe ont Iouc' Ac. Tl i-. J'Iantati Fanry and ci-mmuted in the C .4 t Gad-den.
t >
fnrthe election cl nu-uA/e-r Congress lam saw uu no re.qii'ed. j eearv : po >eff s ; to j.iil. .anly
>
Ve-liniH. wl ;h he i
h'iil > -l I i.i < prepared to mnn'tlnrture in
I I ii
s e h!> the rr.o-t l npprnvid st\l-
ibis State. DA KILL LADD. many iuU.nn-vi! .:o i* n.Iii.a! the j.iney wiiwhicre! negro ffatinir: Atu; whereas, said Doatwnshri'JiscDjud
such the .
a manner as lo pl.a'.e most fastidious.AL
FIFTH GENTB AL Ab'rtnr.YPac5c'( the Senate Newport, May 10, 1551. IB tf The cot'ii.nu'iity ccr.pr.l> are ri poctiullnquettd. the rnic iviry po .d f.r cattle andl) ojr-s. The >"e- -| OA'fsill frr.ia jail,and i.* now a fas-Hive fn mjw'K1.Vor ?-'

bybeCotstituti'in1 major. Dteest-er 31 t. l Sl.Pa I to call! and ex..iiiint. Mi.ick h, f fi.ic pur : ; -c. i I" it aril! Gc'sraia; Flank Ilosd vii t a \iithin 4ii: to a .oiment of Shut, Drawers. Kill ar.d Thread A'/JCTP IV, Th-if f, THOMAS BttowxCov.
v.hcte.TWnii.. .. .
-pO., lipr 12. 1" ) -tO j i C0: vr.L. <.f thf tlweliii; and I th.i.k TV ill! go c-n the Gli),os, Colinr*, J JIjll-ll", Ccl'd. Muslin and bilk rn* r rf the J-'t.ite( ifort-srn l y virtue of ifceanikcr*

1 majority, Jaauary &, 1Si1.I TUST received from New Oj-lcacs per VT. R. Pcltcs hi.c, 'r thru'n.rh the hole lirsrih cf the I'L'.ntatiiiii; Cravats, IS.JkU Boots, tc try ve-'ed in ne l by tiw. do hereby ofTei a rewaidf ml

** aaJ Tt1bJ.aee, JOHNS PRATOPJUS, I rn.J M Jen tl.k Koail u C"mjiete! v.i.u-n is uniter eonJ ApriH.1Sl.1 | n ff On" Ilnndi, l DufldM for the jppuher.sicB tf

OFFICE OF SEcnTAny: ory rrr, 15'KHj pounds MMdlin-s snJ Shoulders, [or run LA i E rum: OF nun. t I'II'jtrCT'LD ,] J tract, tu IK d
.i V Afl, r, Jll-iy, 1 l lI.CHABt.rs 2500 I 1-Jk Poik, t r'r.ntiiti.in r.n the whole line f f ti' Iload will surj-a Mules Estray. Shout! st.tild Coimly cf Gad fcr..Vcw. .

VJ. Di.Ttrxtxa. SPCI *BIV ot State. de 0 barrels Mea a] inf.-rm, hU fii.-nda and the public if f-r rr.t.vi nitT.cr, ttC. It H n..w; rftVred fur fide at aberiii. rriwo snail! sized Mule., one a bro-svn mare ninle, .-Said L'oatwriehf i iabr.nt 5 feet 10 inrlfhi

lierehycpr'ily the fore-going lobe irup and eorief 75 -xtm and 1 Flour "r I th.i V he ha jtakt-n the store lately occup'' IVrron> Je irc'us i f purcl-n.-inq' will! j p'xae! Jblinl n one eye ; the other a sorrel l Lore mule- h. SfJjeorscf are. hiht: c mplesii'n. The tbe

copjei of ihporiiinal Ad on file at office end 6 ca ks ar-curcd fuponlte IIau. ,- hiy C. II. ir.oo-i. end! adji lining the b* re Loccupic ;-.!/ rail on Joej.li Cluire, K-ti., \rh' will -how tin m the A lil* ral ixward %ill be pail 1 I for their delivery in la-t finders f l.jriuht hai.d have been :-.tntuNtei:,

herewith pnHlwlipil in imrwiarice ( the i ortqisin i 41 l llhi 5 a. lushed 5 l l'v l.iH t rr. torius, where he vill be plc.v-fd land. I'or ttrrn tc., apply to me at ruv resiJcnce, Taillaluiwe to JAMES T. ARCHER. leaving but the thumb amid ft re-finder of s.d kawIn
Constilntion relative to Amendcaentf and Kevi- to att :i 1. 1 to ti.e. calls a..d v. nt..' .1 t.oselio! uu y 1 be Fort Ha. fe-timopv w hereof, f hate herrunro f'F'
I 5 bwel< Mess Beef Strt'tebury: May 24. 1S51L 20
LIon cf the Cm tin Tinn. 20 Lard fimily lip.td to ] itioti/.e him in his lin rf bu-air *. P.ENJAMIN BYRD. hand, and c.iu-ed to henTi\ed! tie Cinal Vii

% C. W. DOWNING, Secretary Elate. 5 kegs* Go hon, Butter He ha- receivei ithe Lttt ririvnL*. a, tli'Ate edw(11tekd January IS, 1851. 2 tf Travelling Trunks, [L.: S.] Seal f I he State cf Florida, *> the Cjr
('lothi iu Tallahassee! this 3t'th! hv f June, i1.
May 3,1551. J7 COlt fitfpltf of CitMimcrff, 1't.dtnyt. <
2 lierecs TTALICES end CARPET BAGS, a large assortV -
suarar-cured cmokcd
Beef
It1fl C'fioJt aIM THOMAS BRmV ,
y ; ), a JIarO1 u3irtc, ff Notice. !
I uaJ and Lr sale .
fi barrels Ni-w Orleans Syrup, meat on chenp.W. riJ-
Uoifrnor cDy F'
For Sale. 400 bu-tip'n! Corn. iidh1I Y-Jf..1DJ' CLO'i'I1I.? & q.IIl:: nnder anftl hereby give notice that 1lr re- T. MITCHELL

A UUHLY m-sro G'.RL! about 1J years of Z P,, The above K
'Vupd o pl 'itationork.. New Yvt ik acceptance BERRY; d RO\YLES, Auctioneers. Ac quality, ami qvitf e.* clfap a* any otlie) rs that v vihI be (fHrial buiiefioni 9 to 2 o'clock, every clcy! Sunday" Sale Sicrdary nf State.
May In, 18.1. founi in this markt-t Heiil!! {five particuha attention
laVen in jiaMne-nt. 13 ex'vj'ted.Tho '
Jolv. T .
0''
Aprfl it 9.1551.: 11 S. S. KNIGHT. V 10 hi* business, ai 1 hopes he will raciit a lilx.ru Kcce.-fi'v Rnd prorriety reinilnrand fjiecified A ( DOZEN I tte-s, quarts a. J riuts, Porter -- -_ -

4 Spring Goods. I i.troi4affij from the pubhc. 'kJ 12 I't'rtVia.,- To the AsOCi
hours t.f business in public cftices, are rccrgr.ized by Centreville Southern Eights

Just Rccivcd.irru T HE subscriber i is opening txliy a fmnll invoice -I.'ovt-iulier, 2S. IbOO.' 40 tf hi-.v rnd Usage, and aie too obvious to require eiplan 12 cases Claret, (St. JuL'cn.) ation, and Farmers of Lecn Ccmty !&

BUSHELS cons. of Dress Goods, Ikainet Ribboin) Florence Silis] Pure Sulphate of Quinine. aticti. May 17. 1S51. U S. S. KNIGHT rally :

4 LUVU JO/MIO) pounds Sidr*. Ac, whii-b he oilers at very low pricc-p. C. W. DOWNING. Semtary Slate. :liry Goods &c. GENTLEMEN :-I an making ard scihl31l'
C.OOO Shoulders, April :;. 1651. 13 JAS. B. GAMBLE. THE $iiL crib >rK have 0:1 h-ttid tv\o hutxtrrd and JOHN BEARD, C wjtrolltr.W. first of October next.Ihouanrt .

J2Q barrel* Flour, ounces f I Sulphalpol Quinine, uhirli the> II 1TAY\V. RI). Tfwwrrr.D. ON hand nrd lor sale bv the subset iben : V pair < f nesrro SHOES 3 sur iorlDV'( '

20' _" P 'ik, Spring and Summer Goods. h.ivo obtained diirct
VC: VltiJlc<'r, received they will warrant it to be a superior ariide.U'e It. S. IIAYWARD, Clerk ,? ;>. Court. New York. Mills Long Cloth. You may hear I hat I will be under sohit! by ctt'rrv

10 Monongahela Whisker.s JUST-. ('jnod|a jtoiiirh general a-isottmenl of S.-rin-jand have enlsr ed our stock of l !Diu)
.A1'n a 1are ntpy| "I c-very kind of Groceries, of biucn> bel'.re \\e invite (he attention by nTi-nl art ivaland art [.repnud to exerutt Bro. and bleached Sea Island shitings.! fdNc. I wilt? ell as low a* any fjflm i" : eState

whitn v\ill be stitd a* low or M lower prices than April jy, 1x51.purcha!15n eIe lichit here. orders i lor articles i iuocr I line I at wholesale or retail I, Brandy. Irish; linens from o3 eta lo 1,25 per }d. cr adjoininajt.who pnU up such an artitleI asiji.I .

anyolher tiru.e i in this place. Call al the subscii- & RUST. on the tnoM accommodating Itrms.V.'c I CASK randv. Linen Cambric lIdk'f trom I24fo30ct.Reviere. I will start my wagon round in An U>f 'tO dC&-'

ber'< before purchasing eUt-wl.erp. Boots and Shoes. have alo a few account yet due In us for th- vervMirrior 13 "JAS. Ii GAMBLE. hem stichtd and scrolled boidr'd, them at your houses. Order frrrn my foimercner

April 19.1S'1. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.Boots. year 1S49. They ar.gerfrahiv in ?mall arnounts, April 5,1651. Toilet linen. lyng lawn,linen Cjmbrichdijs[ and th A.ociation. will! reallendedto

t'INE:' Swe.1 and Peo4 Calf Boots ; ConIV but il I the wbolecould be paid shoilly, it \\tuldgo Cambric Jaconets and Swiss Muslins. but I ata in hopes to till alt in tin-

Caif. an I Kij) SIK'Ca anti Brc.gan.i. lartonardsli 1
I DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patent Sonnk Boot*. Clothing t.Ju't Stoic I opened and for sale cheap t the cw JuneS, IS..O. x ft LEWIS & AMIS. I HAVE on hand at this time and \i ill be fold at and-Embroidered.ALSO- July 5, i<3i. 2t; r.t [S.ntinel t

::1 I Aprils) Ml. 13 JAS B. GAMBLE.PiOV3. Tr. T. MITCHELL fair prices two families of' negroes. Cull and ee. Damns! Tale? Linen, Fro. Linen Table Cloths Notice.ABAFTIST .

; May 3, 1851. 17 tf New Goode.O April 19,1S51.! 15 S. S. KNIGHT. Family Linen and Planter's Drilling. MINISTER *if the Florida Ate*

in nnd fv-r falo nt low Cot Ion-ides, Nankeens.HtK'kaluck has been teaching schot-l m Jffcr!-'
r i CAST Sweeps etorc Corn Oats PF.NING and of Superior Green and Black Teas. Lavzc
4 4 0' Ju rates. .JAS. 11. GAMIILI. and Hay. a are caretully w-lccted stock Diaprr. County. Middle Florida, for eleven year*

: 5.1831. 13 p. BUSHELS heavy white Com, Jjpaned L'ntauia, and Rright Metal Ware, O CASES superior TEA, \vhu-h cnn Iw recom- Red-lick. Richmond Stripes. ileteniiined to n move, after his engagements, ft1'rre.ent did

April L.' 200 Oats, consisting in part cf Tea ar.d Codec IV, Trench J mcnd.nl. BERRY i ROWLES. Moss Mitlrajses &..c.Coa vt-er, s-hall lave been completed! is deir0t't
p4 Ci.llrt* Fi'.tPiers. Pilclx-r Candle Slicks of difTerenlqualities. Col ton. *"
Law Firm. SO b.ile Hay, May 3, 1851 17Notice. Is Spool of procnnng n situation, nt 'UAU ft >!- .
Jelly Mould KlaoL-uileiny Cake Hies.Caniiister Marshall's fine black linen thread
iiiMimistrv.
u&ciUt
( on spool.
j. "DEARD & BUEVARD will jiractico in co-pnrtner ow landing from Bri Uramn nn-I for fn\v\ bvMcNAUGHT ?, and a vaii iy ol ,t her articles, which -ALSO- may I* kept up. and where he may be 5OhiGt
L
in nil the Courts of the Middle Circuit cf & ORMOND. A correspondence on the subject
ship the otter lor sale on reasonable terms. A fiw cheap chain. '
r1xi& Office in Tallaliasacc. Newport, March 22, Ii1. 11 A Io, on hand a foil and exttn ive stock of Tin nPlIF.undersigned hning ma e some new nrranre Common reeking chair oil, c.-pechy!! from Marion and Hernandw ill ConoJEjit 4
lon.u! and friends A plec
1 Prethren
joii:> BEARD, Ware ol f very description, ina'iufaclused lure b) X men! in his bn.ints. requests al1 persons jn- a' High post lied ateads.! accorca
Groceries themselves
due notice of thi" and
p T. W. BUEVARD. gt.od workmen. and at lair Briers. debt d to call and setlloup. In fuluie, re will keep Wash stands &c., &c govern JefferS '

Tebrunrv. 1. 1S51. 4 if "I UST rccircd from New Orleans, per sclir. Wm. P., Lead Pipe, Sut Lead. Copper, Zinc, and Cistern no book, but sell his Roods exclusively fur cash or G. & J. MEGINNISS. Address*, Rev. S. C. C, Eeazley P.0,

'. j I l Pet te. Pumps fir sale. 1'in lloofin?, Inilerin! and Job produce, and by so doing he will be able lo fell at July 12. 151. 27 H Florida.
Shoes.
4 Ca'k' Sidc \Votk executed faithfully! and with despatch. the lowest living price*, \\hich he promise to do, _June 2S, 1351._.- 25! -

; 4 f ADTCS find Gents Rubber OvcrJiocs.jr.st] rcccirJJ 4 'asks Shoulder! *, T. WHITE & CO. and requests his old cu-lomets and ol her* wishing to Groceries, &c. ComaisssonAT -

od. JAS. B. GAMBLE. 2 Tierces Sugar CoreJlIams, September 21 IS.' O. 37 |II buy low, to give him a call. He has on hand a good CRUSHED and brown Sugars, The Pcrwardinj and

4 April 5. 1661. _J3_ 2 Plain 'I asoilment of Shoe*. hat.>.- Caps, lilankcl i'. Cotton \J Stuart's Candles. ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, f5df V

::; Hats. 0 bbl, Extra Hour, For Sale. .r.d Woollen Goody, &c., Vc.. for lainily and plantation Sperm Candle*, Patent Pearl do., TN t he Wa t ti-I tones heretofore 0ccupird by '
6 dozen PortcT.quarls. uses. V Sperm Oily Linee do., 1 BBODIE & PETTFS, will be conducted by i"dtrsisjned
i4 H EIR & RUST are now opening an assortment 8 I'int A LIKELY und nWc negroe felWroed to the January .1, 'SSi. S2 AMOS RICHARDSON. B jial e
: of Sprintf and Summer llata, e/l 1 the very latest busincM.-.-to be w.ld low subsailer. fttt.
t, j 1 l$ox Jamea Allen Tobacco, Turpentine by tie R.-fined S.tlaralu! ?, Starch, i-facl ion as did their active and indo4trirud P'.aur
3 tvl. April >a. l>>51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. DENIIA3I
i 6 10 Gallon Keg! Iron Bouud, Flour &c. Colgate's No. 1 and Family Soaps, BE.VRD &;

Dlacksmithing. 5 Boxeu S'ar C'LfldIt % Ahrdh9leSl. 15 Old Rrown Windsor Soaj? July 5, ISM. 26 If

1 Barrel Ixiuiiaiia Rum 1 BARRELS best unily Flour, Musk and Rose Soap, _
f'ti Eundcr i>r i id re ect fully inform V
| South Carolina Seed Ctrw JU' 3 casks Rice Superior Florida Molasses! V
1 1 the public generally that. hang 0 Boxes Herring, Peas. CIoth1i.
C :SO barrel Potatoes While Wine fGffltl'4TI'ST
leirnloveda supetior Horse Shoer, he i p 4 Cod Pi h, O \O PUSIIEI jwfrt received from Charleston. Vinega-, received a srenpral a.sortm"flt! 0CIohinZ El jjB

now prepared to execute ail roik in that liae in t 1 Barrel Crushed Sugar. *-t J\) via New-York,per schr. 3Iary howard, put 6 firkin*. best GOP hen Butter. Pickle in quarts and half gallons, J < >s Spring ar.d Sumaer F.r-

4 t 4 superior manner, and on usual terms. All cf which will be to'd lew for ca h. by up in tierces of ten bushel encli. and for sale byBERRY Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale by For Rock sale Sale for Stork, &c., 8cc., V low by\ -
McNAUGIIT A ORJIOND. by G. &. J. URGINNIS3.
F. PAYNE. A. H FELKELL. & ROWLKS. 13
Marcia 22 1S51. July 12, IS51. 5t April 19, ISJ1.
11 27
Newport, ,
June it
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