The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00139
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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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nml h mhC'! so a tone, I remarked i case was indeed! !hopeless. Shadowy demons i j'I 'my r. ": it to become fully j
'*t tjlj.ocJ l tIll'' I jKH-tess mack more than that the room wa very warm ; and on anoth-1 I hovered around, holding forth, temptingly 1 '!:, ripe : tIc high winds he hoped would not I of "
; nrai-HJ of others, from whom er, if 1 remember rightly] I remained that 'I 'Mow oil the and ho .
i,,"imiI:1h'! ; : : 1 the : deeds of separation ; the bright gold wed- pear, gave express three.tons I I
\ 1Iuthin i': last new novel I Ims rather dull ; so you will ding-ring uu the lady's finger grew dull and I *; to all the children on no account to j tle i

: 1 fur t"4,4j1efuusmous!,, front the Fame pen perceive our conversation was of a rrroft innocent Ij brassy. .i touch it. The graft was low and easily reachj,j ,

11.iki* t.1 outselves iro credit for e.\- I description. And Ko>e, because I 11 Edward Somerton stood in the centre of; ed by IK. It grew finely. I think that 1.. t ;

.T- s M'itt' '" hl\'it: ? Prfi:llostielt4ljAmorit I Mill ?larding was a. fortunate fellow, it is not j the room with his arm folded, gazing with a'''j graft. f will meet rut expectations/ ," said I my i: clifl ;!

', even thug'i joined to bin ink. to be inferred that I must endeavor to render;, ; steady gaze into the very soul of his w ife, who, I!i', 'father! many tinaesrto my mother. "I I hope I I:: I f
!! could] not always btf 6UCCe' lu] I him unfortunate fellow/' there i is of :!uVc.
tsar: t' an I under the strange fascination, could not turn 'now some prospect our hating good
1 'i IHI! bliadiKl walks of -JUll\i This mild her head. With clear and j I u i ? ;|
?'"111" t answer failed fo" turn away the ,: away a untremu- j I'l'H'S I }! I }
,'.\' 'rivre i IIf\ many a ,beauteous 11 owlet WTathof. Hose She C'H'llutth.lllr, refused to be;i I Ions whistlehe recited the whole of that beautiful t I![I: Every body who rame into the garden! he i;,j jI '; : !,

rd." tll hide its brilliancy: beneatli fo-1 I' convinced, became every instant more anti I Sicilian melody from the first note to the j 1 I I'I 'took to the graft, and every body said, It will i! !

", .i' a1J r< er| grwt.b, but ate fra g rance more violent and unreasonable, and finally last. Then, revo'.ung! slowly on his heel 1 j. I prove to be a most excellent pear." bor ?

1 ib: pifltetiwl breathing, floats upon retired precipitately from the room, with! her ] without saving a word he left the room, llUt1 i It began to look very beautiful ; it' as full an J

V. and u :a tell-talu of the luwiiuess I handkerchief applied to her eves.lleiv !; ting the door punctiliously after him ; Mrs. !1' ;and round ; a rich glow was gradually dying i! : I

.. .i,dre; claaccaluuut 1 the decisive r J.ieh I: Somerton sank overpowered on the sofa. 1: 'its checks, and its :rai.l'a3 clear and heal.i '{ I
-- u. was moment \\ would j j/ : 1
TfViVt rL\"ER OF rAT1 1ZCE I' I Hose, tlioiigh! not She'1 tht i ij f
: I,I I i i most likely determine whether they were to !pretty, was silly. "
saw clearly she had made a rli. take and I Is it not almost ripe ? I long for a bite, ," i i I I !
.tub.I dwell together for the! futine happily or miser- ; ; ,
EIJJrtRlT1I! in
I 'I cried I followed father down the'alley i'i ;
I un ,1.1:1Ia:1 hlilt.11 aljfy. Huse was a sweet girl i but she had 1 like a sensible gill I' she resolved not to go orr ; as one day I'' lo

)\. ltl1t: U1I' aM: ttnuttel. tar*".AilI'a3 iiMVtVMiiv ; I Ilffirtd iyet black eyes, and they are dangerous. .She; had ,;j with! it merely because she! had begun ', tu th" pear tree. 1i j !! ? ,
rill dept'rtc.l of my hind, I been| an only daughter, too, and perhaps a j I Ib.l; temper, it oe nIl'J'ouM only s(\it.-I'I i Wait patiently my child ; it will not be
I am nlt cast dowa. j ji t little make her ridiculous=, instead of interesting fully ripe for a week," said amy father. can
spoiled but, with fewer faults : .
i might I!
1 am w*k yet *'trdntr! ; I II ,the trot have been less charminagr I and that was not altogether tho effect! she l de. ,i I I thought! 1 loved pears better tJ! anything f I J
nu fKc I used often to and look !
1I.lt that t usurer e4"I' sired. ; stop longing! '
I,nnnnir",UN.1.1 an'I |ht4p1"| *, I dw w.1.*eIIIT bdut,, One thing! was e\i; leiii-that: she would'i I In half an hour the husband and wife met I II !ly up to this. O), how good: it louts! I i:ed '

I'.l\ ?Ji at tire dinner-table.: r Somerton sat, smilingly ; my
fore be tried, in order to allay future storms I i !
0 Inl'fdful 0.< was all mi 11(. I
at its he-ad' and attentive in
then th'ai' tart mc near; 1 itt1Mitntn -for this was probably the first of series WlS'eq' j I'l. "
111fart11t'.1 a i helping; Mr. Somerton to the choicest; morsels. ,! The early apples di I not taste! good, the
'\No lv, mr a'e4L Itse to ilbua. EJivard resolved to rmuic.Ilo and
try i i lIe in allll morel *currants were not as relishing, and the dam-a;,
Tin diarioT I hcar. was unusually: high spirits, a I I !
\\.3S:111 amateur of some pretensions, happy and small party could scarcely met :' ;sons I t thought!: nothing! in comparison with AI \I i1lo

Th\ ? .rit1u" mace and iV-et' himself ii> call over in his memory 'i I With. |I, 'tl.U pear. The lunger I stopped alone under
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and light
w 1.1''JI1I_utufertmuttfolktC''I t\\!\ '1 tae, weihngrtactt- time melodies most lildto calm the pas.-i.uib ':1 j{ From that dayviich( was fen years ago) ]the j J:1.r tree the ,greater was my longing for l i '

AuJ tiiurc if tm ante uigLt. and exert a soothing eltect upon the tl'mJIl'r !'! to the present time, Mrs-. Somerton has never 'it. O, how I wish I hail: it," was the self- : ;

fin 1t'Ulc.11moo.' !le made choice of three! which he arranged found fault; without good cause. Ot.ceor.1" i Mr wish! th.it! gradually got uppermost in my I Ii :

t "! ',' The Jntrpo.4t', CI, trf s Own' n: in a graduating! scale, according to the ur-1'I twice, indeed she has iione so far as to look I i: !mind. I I Ii i J1j

j. u e ou 11 m'ha 1 din ned that I auay te I Io i genc- die occasion-gentle, more; gentle, j i! serious about nothing ;-but the! frown left her i j j i One night after we were in bed, rny brothers ( .
'.I"r UI"acf. al.i U and the outbreak became I I. fell leep before 1 did I tossed I>
o most gentle: as was or <|: countenance! at once when Edward began to i i1 ,I a long : !
1 '.iave imTih ldt tot (,Jar'; violent, more violent, or most violent.As whM'e! -in a subdued tone, and :H if unconscioutly about and could mint go to sled l). It was a I ccs ; !I !

(Jstbi--i iitin- -iw.litw f irr *iog; the beat rose, this musical thermometer !.: -the first few bars of In my Cottage i!I warm, still summer night! ; there was no moon, t the i '

l>j aJi III 1 :;;*! lmn'!t evil II1WI't'd--hel'e l tbiu fell ; but below the third, all was zero and j: near a \\'00.I." .|: no noNe except the hum of number s insects. I IMy In i !

Can caw lilt ; undefined mystery.The I I .\U"filtII.np.nua' : LcsI :. father and mother had gone ami,'. I {put''1 i' ;
O'i! I <'In t<, >ti >4Twaliln 'I head out of the! window! and ilt'eped, into \ 1 : i
I melodies were the following and! I I my j i iI
>1 4teen. were Wits Rid of Bsre ,
':,;. n'ltTf!. f-Wt the I ,
: arranged b the following order "In I I garden ; snuffed pleasant smells. 1,1traced to
id !" nuJwiHv fr*a diy wulufc liand : my Wits have of
in i
\i. appear to a happy; faculty getting I .
the dark !
of the trees. I f1m.
W'kuJj ere lutii Uovor auuu. i ii Cottage near a Wood, "dui Marine d I' un rid ol' bores. i;
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I i ceJ in: tire direction of the tree. The 1 1j '
limo and "Home sweet I Home. Tl1I'e pear
Vi i i'iOi i d nee an'I:! srt; |I j: The old uun of the sea that sits so heavily : t 1
s'$iin<>' H if!r"p1.tJ.11t] Wauiv mulls rite! fljrong! ; !II I all of a pleasing, toadriiig! character; the h l-st the! shoulders of the irlnds j pear tree--then tiro: j ear. My month was' eastadroitly
: arc
}rig :1.. .1!-' Ujw-1 'vw 'tn War thu flaw !! purely domestic, and, under the ("irculI.tIII' i' uj on dexterous j! parched: I was tl.irsty.: 1 thought how good the mire
Of.if: aud UJv; ,i ccs, conveying a delicate satire likely to do j jigwod. into by a move- a juicy pear would taste. I was tempted. j j i ij I' t
irrent of these nimble! gentry. )Io-t men of '
11 It j, antluugntw, I He had hitherto played these poj-ular.! "fur1 j .\ few rnorrrents found me creeping down !!I |
WI.t\l'1I! j "1"'niu! ''W1t1"" ff'WheD airs un the Herman: flute ; but ha proposed :, talent arc now and then condemned the back stairs with! neither t shoes, stocking: *, i \
uir- (calm -$hsra-hf' r'frc-1i tny brow ; i j want of company: to put up with I trumpery ;| nor trowsers on. The slightest creaking'i ii i !.
i now to execute them in a graceful, !
I apparently
The earl m iafkriu S Uua. George: Selwin had tolerated a prosy old gentlernan '
I the
: unpremeditated: whittle. Not feuch a wins- ', in the that in i frightened; me. J stair to I C j,.
In a clinic country h was buy Hll1ewhcre'1st' j j'' '
,jwtff I tl'nallcy ,
alt be heard in the i
as streets proceeding I I1'roia I
may would have been amid I
)1.I I li.iii fill, witji j most tolerable !
nlptttc.u'ftofthoughtlWU and John had bed. la
to At I !
i the of and coarse-minded I : gone : t fairly ::
lips vulgar:
iu :.M"iii rtraai* .ubllinc be endured" in London. I
tny sjiint] trot t-t
i !In
felt the door. It
miry to garden! fas- |
was : n'4
way ;
Enx Ji over me uutiO"Qbf butcher-brtys, but a superior sort of thing, i
1 j J In London: therefore (:Ieorcc; hurried parsed tened. It coed take:
Duel need -, se to me ages to unlock; a ; :
bo ashamed of.
(;ire me mm mv lyre JI as no gentleman to 1 him in the trl'dl1rl'I", 'I' ge"tle-1 it fearful I of and ti '
? so was malting a noise, the ; r
I f .J' ihi-. -iniii tf dniue. In fact, the! original, wilt? production eultivat- i i
;"< aift; man, stopping him, "you remember !luc'i?! bolt I it r
W.::1.,11111"liII I 1w .fro ed and i tire crab is into grated. got open, went out, and ; !
14 mx-artWy I uproved, as changed 1 !i. 'Ye- .Stlwiir and I 1
j replied ,
Lit tau.k ll or. j the { away ;' latched it after me. It was good to get out i j
]ipjin. I when next we meet in tire cour.trI 1 shall be'I I down of r
in the cool air. the walk.- j
I ran to !
bA- -- : [
His ]:l.iu thus settled, Edward felt his mind the l'l
i ij
I liappv to renew actjuaintance.
The of made noi the
; patting my rro >e on :
Gh st Story. j easy, mid he awaited tire re-appearance of j Slieridarr'g tu'adtiler
persecutor was an ildcily { f
I :
and looked
moist earth.
( I stopped a moment t i i
hue JiydlAj\ wU nt Soothw 'Mr : 'urton with conscious-
au: lady, : u a gratifving (' of the fair sex. He escaped her by'!'all around then turned in tlrl'dirc'l.tbll oftl.e'1! :
i 1 ,: ,,
r'ui' visit to !h"r whom she had not nets of ready for whatever i
; being might oc-
trejiaew the'ntJlC'r bad
>""1 f, ', maintaining was too togo i i pear tree. Presently I was beneath i its branj i iI i iI {tho I i t
f'll f In'r tiuc. He of .
fosse, ww cx- CU' out, and wheal she caught Limo returning j ehe i
t.t'I1I'ly, |lad\ her and] lusted herM : Iu due time coflee Tlio I II
; ew on came injured lady from walk and accused him of
j a jnconsUtenj j Father will think (time wind) has knocked itM I !
't''I'ji.i; ; ; nil oil!ht The hon e consisted of a i'i carue too, and with placid cumtl'uUlclJc- j r It cleared ,"le, said, enough for onr, !
f ,All aiJ, 1:' cy, np .: of{!-but there was not a breath or air stiriiig. ;
back Uitchou upon tin ground i I i tia)'iiig uo lingering evidence of its late unaurralJe I but not for two." The suspected g feint of i Father will think somebody has stolen it- : ; !
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: r, \\"i iti! a corre-jMiidiug: iiutalier of rooms; : cXJ rc iul1. Neither l.u-IJ:1l1cl nor Smith the author of the Rejected Address"is I
i boys came in the night:, and robbed the ;,.
ail .some
"'.e. Tij ti"jicw! and' hU faasily slept ; wire made any allusion to their mi.-nirderstaiid-: : more amusing than either I, garden-I-e'll never know. I trembled at the zen ; '

a'III'd/ t l tc\ accommodate lair aunt who> ill and they passed an: evening of matiinro- with tho the home !
livJ liuei ; He was laid up :;out at thought of what I was about to do. Oh, it :,
U.0-J b deep where there was II i i : .::al h 'felicity.Hut I of squire. A friend proposed els .
tare thoM\ a country will taste so good, and father will never know 1 1i
holy fk! j+t down stairs A : ? the next morning-tho next morn- ".1 stroll exclaimed
i ponv very I stroll in the girden. [ J it. lie never would think I took it. Orr tip- i ,
''[ j
'feiiB.-! tin- \bu-k kitchen as a !taM fromuili -Hose favored her dear Edward wither : Smitlr look at shoes. ".\h," : '
gouty !
\ \ I c ; my i toe, with my hand uj-Ii ted r.rul my head! up, ,III ,
ll., oU : was couii :unicatii>n 1 liy a door 'JuluJ! two of the series. She} wanted I I him j replied Us 1'1 iend"I wish!r 1 had brought one !j I I bclu-ld star hv! in. down upon me through! 1[ !

1 11 :1'tnn.' .!l lady tar hn'iulf'" made up the fire, anci! to walk out with her, and he declared that unfortunately mv elf, but our host i is out of the way, now."' j i 1 the L rives Titan Gotl serif mr !" I could I| ti1i, .

Just \ dev \w
\ as h \'UIn1lJut, tet fall l asleep' iht' firl' that d..\'." :,. You don't mean to say," rejoined 1 seemed o'i' every side. Ho was looking, rte at 1 !
.7 "1l'niug> very dull, she!, was stl/'d.d I'm don't icani to Edward: 1 ," have the! : !
t ii6le bv sure you go tie! fl i it.m! that you really got gout : through and throng'! :a.! I ws afraid tu look : ,

l\\') err*{lYatition.Sl'l"\\ uhicb'I tatJud across the said the, pouting in exact imitation: : of lit' I thought you had meicly worn that: shoe to 1 ;, and hid my foeo.; f It seemed! as if !father; and t i j -

'" ,=Or'I eIr"! f*) .!., t'Jw\re.s: the tir'o.t be'I 1: number ..me.h At least, you don't want to I' escape being shown t I'improvements." Uut! 'I mother, and .11 tire boys, amid everybody inI I \ | i : ,

,hr' ,h J.'tt'r, .IIn Fee, \l itil"etJ\, her agitalim, clay. ( with me." I nothing ever surpassed the ing-nuity of Lord' town would take nil for a thief.. appeared : :' !

dunph'trIv I dined tl:1.U dascriicd.1 '1'eiF roe Edward plunged both hands into the pockvis I Norbulyu lie once, in Dnublin. oat of form::! ;i as though all rny conduct h.ltll\.n seen as> 1 1.,' j :'I \

.nbr! d I&Ll'I'War'' J'ar:1l.c4 h er:111lS 4hc t j\. ', uf LU dressing-goxvn-threw him -elt ini : civility,"told! an orderly couple that they! must' i I the light; of day. It was suit.'huge, befor I ;, nit I t tin ,i

1 I' Ttt !J1 aye 1Ir.J not power to i T dulently on a sofa-gazed abstractedly! at 1'' pass some timo with him at his country seat, llreJ'to move, so \'ii.1lS. tIll impression ( ., t

ii-rrtn.::,f, j'I4',;'CJS1> I; however d' feeliiig, the fire brume: butt of Slrakspeareon the mantlepreccand 2i J I which was many miles distant. He espied' ,' made upon my mind I by the awful truth in I fur I I' ;

(1hCa: ; his b-r before It ; |but in I began wUatliug, in a low tone, a plain- them one day coming down the avenue iir a 1 j i i those few word*, Thou God scent me." I .

tII'!: Ih'd J ted' lli parts came in contact with i''' tive melody ; it was In my Cottage near a chaise and pair; the roof loaded with ammo.'. i twur he saw me. I : .

Jj""I{alh.}. JJl sullen shod caused the :'Wood.:' tairr: of luggage.; I Ho \\t3:1t the door to greet' :' I hastened from the pear trop ; nothing, on : !'

o"t .. 0) J rhi"1 hef ton U(", Warn ale cried I "If it were any one but your w fl'," con- I them-sefced: their hands, shook them with' : earth would! have tempted; me at that moment : i| :

Jm-v rlru have" tnl'rey "JwmPt have' r tinned )1 Semcrton with pointed ernphati, ;i Irish i warmth, and exclaimed-with! rapture.: :! to touch the pear With very different feel-1 I in I 1}, :L !

'epeat' bo 0111111 1 loud 1 me' uljicJl K'je' conl'lIJet' | to t; you would be ready; enough to come ; but t. "This is kind-tliis is kind indeed: Now, I'll' fogs did I creep back tll led l;.:lill. 1 laydotyn | t i j'i

stair h I he, that 'her ne ,Ihctt' heard] lier up J the wires are always neglected" take no denial-none whatever-you thali beside Asa, feeling more like a cuminnl : i ij

,; t tleV:, um Cai'K tows and scovcretl 1 :lr. Somerton continued wl istling. stay and dine with me !', than anything d!, t'0 one ii: the house'j: At : ,!j {

t'v'e;" IIfJ'J: ''I'yi''' I leg,' ,tt WiiS none other than it!i' "I beg, )Ir. Sorneifon," exclaimed Mrs.ijomerton \When the! Abby Coyar traded.! upon Voltairo I had seen m<-, bat oh, it eemed l as if every I II ;j :
."I ; Iuiblu t I who, cold in 'hiiiuiV with louk.u thlt you'll I | girl :
k I.ad' fu.cel being < withering I with the intention of ensuring some! ]i! body knew it, and should never dare to meet :

<* down open the door' nlliialol 1 not whistle, in that very disagreeable manner, | weeks at the least,the great ni-ur endured him 1 i! flth: r's face again. It was great while I:

1"'Iir '.-!/ near the I fire ii the .11.1 luh'5 wlrilet I'm speaking rIf !I'm not worthy of till the following tlnHut the torture of nij I mv before I went t', slt-ep. I heard my parents I .

iel4rs Cw_ r11c.43d : your love" I trust I'm worthy r of common: attention. j I story interminably I long and irtoK-raby: dull, come home, and inv.il.rntarilv my face un-1 i j I I '

Ad rti1tment.- I I induced him to cut shot the narrative and the der tire sheet! Hut I could n',t hide myself I! ,
Some : Edward; plunged his hands deeper into his 'I ,'hit by this interlocutory speech"Doyou ; :
"erJ odd advectistnlcnts in I"join the sense of lod's presence. His eyes i iseemed
tl' J III.JOIJ appear I pockets-removed his eyes from the bust of I know the difference, Monsieur 1'Abbe, be"i everywhere! diving into the j I :
piers tae very
; follow in h in- I
( all fixed then!
btauc., : l i h:1kf'p'arc-alll with intense regard i! twecn Don, Quixote and JourH.lnDo? Quixote depths, of my heart. It started a train of influence I

tS'atlfd\ LJl W of I Oil tire butt of Milton. He I:tuned suddenly I mistook (inns for castles, you mistake private which, God be praised, I never got "
young 13413', aped ,
IoIU+ I in the air he was whistling, and commenced houses for inns." (It'l ;
o coat'teaauce over. If I was tempted to any secret sin,
fir a good figure, agreeawrtrs an-jtlier! : I Iul
( : ; was Margrnc d'un There myriads of Monsieur 1'Abbes
!.'tetal information, And: vari iC i- are "Thou God seeot me' stared me in the face, I[
tIIs ac, ;'"JH'fclmicuts., who )has : !I 1 Rio who have not yet learnt that brevity is the and I stood back restrained and awed. the

thing rota tie creation studiedevery I r Mrs. Somerton retired hastily, with her I soul of wit, and! for their benefit wo repeat a Children learn these four small words. finpress I !
to crotchet titua-
tlOtI, in the family of a gentleman.a ,She n ; pretty face buried in white cambric pocket favorite story of Franklin, which shows how them upon your heart Think! .them I :

take the head l of his willj j Imndker chief. much verbiage may bo pureed away: by those when lie down when and I I
ti table\ I his ho i 1"C you you get up, !
manage : !
Jd For five whola er j
after this all
(.' 6CJJ his ;.r%'ants, nurse his babie days scene was who study th i art. .A hatter setting up business when you go by tho way ; when! alone, or I i i I .
ij'n mate) arrive) check Nix tradesmen'sinllj I I I halcyon weather. But on the sixth day there consulted hU friends on the !Inscriptionfor when! with your compani'iiis, both at homo f I l
lnhls ;i, appeared clouds. Edward had been into John Thomas hatter makes '
Ccoiuiany; "lag to the theatre, or in ;:. his fchop- and abroad, remember "Thou God seest me."
!"* or ill riding' cut the l leaves of bra town, and had promised to bring a boltta of' amid sells hats for ready money," with the [School Friend.
"tw Lou g, ctiu tic cologne for Hose. Ha arrived homepunctually sign i of a hat. The !first friend suggested that .
sew on ''is button, warm his ,
diJOc; r : at dinner-time but without the eau "hatter" tho second that itwas "
[ *' and generally iruike his ruiacrable! I was superfluous- Comforts for Homely U"UTlC71HemIt, I I
life J ya I p 'y" AW'V. in the first place, by let. : ilc cologne-!Ire had: forgotten it. 1 put it to better not to mention "ready money," for says Lord rvaimes, "i is n dangerous property, I I t

r' to LttliAll' Caroline. Lindcu: (.'rove, and i, .\oi whether this was not enough to try the it was sometimes prudent give credit -and I tending to corrupt the mind of the wife, thought I Ily I I .

aterlrardalu pip, upoatJw N.s I temper of a saint a third, that the purchaser of a hat cared not t t it soon loses its influence over the husband.A .- :
l J;. premises.
-.J"lie'cdJiu'Y linger is i tize No.1 I Edward made many apologies, and even the fragments of a nap who made it. figure agreeable and engaging, which in I ; .
j stall ) 0 offered to return to (town after dinner and repair The inscrip'ion!' WitS abridged: in obedience fpiroa affection, without the cbriety of love, i ia i- t I .'
his neglect. Oh she wouldn't hear criticisms and read "John Thomas i i '.
\ '1110; no to these much safer choice. The graces lose theirs j m : "
h:1j {laid editor of th- Hudson Daily St.1rl!I of his taking so much troulJu for her. What sells hat?." Odh'!" exclaimed a fourth, influence, like beauty. At tho end of thirty t j'jn f ;

1 l.'ticl11y a tisit tn the bUr\.n!,. ground, and did he care whether */c were disappointed or why, who would expect you to give them a- years, a lirtuonb woman, who makes an a. I t + !

toil r" at'kl4ud must we come to j not His forgetfulness showed how much he way !i" LT| orr which the last two words were greeabjc com'aniouc"anr s her!husband more : } j .

uuf i1IJ for iw.olJ has,JOu mu,t, but don't be I I thought of her! expunged, and all, that remained of the original than at first., The comparison of love to fire dil I > .

jL1icJ I tj u you.lk r will tlj-v be distance carrel j you won't be 1 i r I Edward: again; essayed! the method of kindness device was J o1.ntnwUll.S," with !h. sujn holds good in one respect, that! ale forcer it ,: !I 'j I i \

? as you now du. but she became so pei verse: that only of a hat.-London Lit U,,:. j Lurus th; tuuucr it i ii extirguihied! :' i I i| a jjt t I procession. ,

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i ;.fiJ (OOJill1ltOI CAnD,] t resist the Compromise n\3surl's"-tbo as1Bcrtion y I *It amount* n1!o to qnetticn nfleirtiiig the entire I J I The Last of It. it cannot ,be denied to a Stete
?:'. *; The Constitutional Union Part <) j1atibiaii Journal 1! of the Republican to the contrary not. rhtinvcter wlf-protection of tha or Federal its helpless Government and hopeless destruction power<'*:\!, Tho Sentinel, in answer to this question, i its her reserved right! Porfi JI. &1e! t
\\l : letter does aore
of Mr.
II It sorely puzzles one to Mislyze. t tho con --- = = withstanding. Georgia, through her Convention at the mere flu fJ f any of the thirty-one States anyone what paragraph determine what are and 'imat

j ttilucnt (.I'IHE'nts of ihis) great party more than TALLAHASSEE : having determined to in of which I haM tie tuxloiibtetl) rv/n.titiitional or re i be plumply deny that secession is one of the righto which she has arc tot tL

t. i 1 to tired tho) principles by which it i is now and -, -.. -. acquiesce" t i-erveJ right (according to the$1''t"l'\iOnL"ta to cjid tIle i reserved of the States!I" (after at W own t'orr.1n
the of adjustment,thc the firman and the nt notico aiuli rights rays f for her own use and
i, .::1 {I" be It SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1851. measures }, Southern liowttring a protection.
to a
governed. sports very accommodating in tho )!i iU own jj""xl plc t.lIrt". The difference also! affects quoting what Mr. Madison said! to Mr.[ Hamilton too, has the She alone!
nights acquiesce" decision of j } right .
"t name.Vhy might it not have been ------ -- --' -- party :i the whole question of the alU'pance! of the citut, I to detl'rrnineh'ther

.'l'It baptized, Thc Union Prtittwut the} 1C( Col. Ilowutd of Columbus (;:., will Georgia, without,how ever, avowing, as Cobb I m,. in f.ict involve. the entire ?truetureIfoI.F jn>I5t- I about the ratification of the Constitution not the I powers rlrteu'It h in tae CcJtit!'

t :' i liC prefix Constitutional I I V I;,\ tho admissioni i [pL;aso accept our thai.ks for a pamphlet copy has done, that they were "Ju. t..fair and iibfric i al ojf tern fri.ci foundation to COICshllw.St"ntintl I I II j bj the State of New York, which has notlit t lion are violated! or

C -r. ttf1i,p .f all fides the Cnn titution i is the! Impregnable of his recent letter to His Honor Judge al!,"-nn assertion extra of the Convention, for i I j Wo ask the- Sentinel if tie! withdrawal of[ ing to do with the question,) If our memory cause she! granted them.faithfully observed |T.

it .. safu, and guard; I h not of to our be civil touched and with religious liberty Nicoll i on the so\ereignty, of each State, theright that body declared that Georgia found matter one State necessarily involves the hopeless serves us, Le further denies it explicitly and We have but a few remarks

V. hands. En'fmerh'nl1stnndsrt'hhtollrnwIIi profane of peaceable secession, and the perilous t for objection" in the Compromise, and || destruction" of the Federal l Government ?- : repeatedly, but ire have not Aw idler at hand." on this stlt ect. The Sentinel more t to m,

3 sword in its defence. Then, this much I condition of the, South." would not wholv. approve" it. Neither o As regards the withdrawing Slate we grant I Well, friend, we will not press you to produce with saying: that in Charges "

\, ,; I it! docs, but with the remaining members of the evidence when ha\e none of theS(;t*.
the that
ol name of party could not have orig --- -- does| the Southern Rights party, so far as I required, you States where an election has *

t .;. inated in the fear th.it the Constitution was: Cotton Planter's Convention. we know contend for the right of secession, i j i the Union does it necessarily follow ? Can not got it at Land ;" but we must say that held, has the recently l
; : in: danger. Some other rt.lSOUI1\Ut be found I We are much pleased to see the interest !I I right of secession leen
there be Union if State withdraws?
no one I has served intorfd!
.' with without is il a
or cause, as charged your memory you very scurvy "
by in tho
j i issue.
j for the of this of the wLieh this is in different We said
assumption apDilation subject attracting I "in the!
r .;: if".?; \' ) put ; of the South and \Veut.Ve are: the Sentinel and other prints. Tho right ofa The' Sentinel loses sight of the fact that it I II 1 trtmin ick.'u'e hope you wont rely on it any lion; of the issue between Jtlr1li1l4 I

.; .:: ": .', Now, we are fortunate in having: in our portions from the Nashville State to secede, as derived from her reserved I j (the Union) is nothing more than voluntary !! orec can tell you that M Ir. Cobb nowhere designedly the parties." B
Lear omitting
to a
roiintry inv.iy able expounders! ol the ConFtitution j pirticnlarly pleased sovereignty," as is said elsew hc.v ; association of certain States together, and I I in his letter of I'-Jth August t, either our Lc has c har"e
Union of the'jyd September, that West meaning, and it is
-and it is quite{ as unfoitunatc in our columns, exists antecedent to cause !\ may still exist, independently of the withJ explicitly" or "repeatedly" denies that secession that h3 *
a any the truth of
,t ,. Tennessee will be as well as the our position.
., 1. verv few of them agree as to its force, fojtnnnd" : represented I otherwise the exercise of secession would be ;1,11':1\\:1101'| any one State. When the Con ti.! I is a reserved right of a Slate. On None of the State
: effect Perhaps, this very .diversity of cotton growing States generally, and it is lobo have decided against the right i itse-lf thoJ
h nothing more than revolution, in the sense ofj':, 'tution was framed, it was stipulated that the : tho contrary, he unreservedly admits that it !
opinion impressed certain accredited politicians hoped that Middle Tennessee will also 'I some have determined not to
with the forlorn hope of building up a t. h ave a voice." i imrJ) i big the i light in! the Government to use ;j ratifications of nine States shall be sufficient i I I I is a reserved right in the following passages! issue was joined not the secede. 118

I : party\ by whose most gncious; favor they ----- force to coerce back the seceding State:. j i'; 'for the establishment of this Constitution beft om that letter, both quoted by the Milledge-! State upon question ,,1

: night be'put into power. The great expound- Hon \V. A. Forward.We which we deny. Hut while we claim this, ttrrcn the States .to ratifying the same." Con- I dUe i Recorder, a Cobb paper, to sustain the er a possessed the right to secede frtm ft, ,
era of the Constitution{ may cnteit.-iin theirncverul are gratified to learn that our old fri nd, 1! ofl i I or not, }but upon the questionvh
the f.
we say that it would be a moral wrong" to scrpiently, upon ratification by nine : same; position taken by us- 'ther
1 t views of that instrument: however: lion. W. .\. FORWAIZD, late: of St. Augustine ; the States the Union j' or J.Jt the! ? cause of wl.ichi ihe!
established The of State-to secede in
4- ; they may clash, and yet have a place on: the the remaining members ofthe confederacy to'' was irre- right a : case of: would her in CCtnrbictd
f. : commodious nlatforui of the great Constitutional ( has come among us with the intemutiolnikhu.r I secede without cause," of which however 'j spective of the consent of New York! North I oppression, or a gross and Pll1l'allo'ioh.! : exercising it. \ Ir.e-
.(? ; .. teuton k : permanent the! Stale itself is to bo the < Carolina, Virginia and Rhode Island, which' ; a
Reward of the North : j judge. The Q
Cass of the NoithWest He j l'
; has
I associated! nimseii in I.i' i j' t from the reserved sovereignly of the States, I possessed the right or not. .xo
; Clay of the Middle Houston \ Southern Right* has j i which were months behind the other States tlhoritl :
; of the party never contended i ] !
with S. TOWLr E.q., late Comptroller of the j i I. am prepared to recognize. I could decide such an i issue but
South! West, and Cobb! of the South, all for the eiercisc of the right disconnected i, i in' their ratifications-and had tlioso States i I I I a COnTeUloz
$ ma.yftr'tch from
Stuto. Mr. l"e. well known talents j i "In connection with this! branch of the! srb- of the people. No
industry convention
out their "Bi uim: arms," (as the ever hlgin>n their assent their refusal I I of ;
the tsepe0
and qualification fM cause, and neve.: will.l ;ject]jI a question arises, which, in the opinionI I f
; !
: ( : declared
; President of the Massachusetts! integrity, wannntus in the belief that he against it and
Hail *!
says ,
Tlieir doctrine : would haw amounted to nothing, for it could I considerable !It i is therefore
: is clearly set forth/ in tie fol-i jo some, u ? importance. ,, *
t' Reads,) and hug each other with fraternal \1; in many respects, be \aluable aquisi- !l i reiterate! without fear of
S lowing resolution drafted 1 not have broken up or prevented the Union whether or not the citizens of a Slate thm' rej feuccessfi.1 ccn'-
ardor. :
The poles h.ivo co.na together, an J I tion to our by Randolph! j diction that the!
\4 growing and t
we trust j turning her would be liable right of
i If t; then in the outset the refusal of jwtrers > secession
the temperatures the cOImmij and a State to | tJlSlet
have been adopted by public meelin I
; zones a in _
equal I.ized. he will never have regret his changeof ; Mn'i.iia'l 'I j.[II the charge of treason in conforming to the j involved: in the! late elections
What glorious and miraculous! remits during the! exciting days of nullification( : :i enter the Union could not and did not pre their ,': referred i to, ja
requirements of State Ire-
: re.id'ncr c regard the arrival of government. } the} determination! of
such time
i :' I iscue
Resolved That vent the Union as between the States volun- between
Virginia; : has never, parted j for lo this particularly only in consideration tte
f 0; bow pol(,':!it are the seven hirnutnblu mel :among i-s! as an evidence, as wxll as a with the right tun call! the authority,to delrsa-ll j:i t taiily entering into the association, I how can j I,u I of the importance attached to it by I contending parties.-Cos:.

principle! *-the the loaves and two fishes of,t : sure guarantee, of the prosperity of our thriving t-dfor! go-si: and ."fidC71lise, nor inth the : t the witi-drawal of a State necessarily destroy i'I I From* irhat I have said, it vill clearly ther'-I: I Tnt UMOS or METHODIST _

.,. office !to take Tile most Constitutional with the Southern Ufiiun name Whig appears *. I and bc-JiUljful. citv. I and right; 10 judge the aiijj-cicnaj, the of! such canst',, I o I the Union of those States who may chooso to' I 1\[\lhat! .1 hold that they iconld: not be. in; my,-1[ more Clipper says that the efforts*. to Tb re-nnb P4K1 i.
confederacy f \rhcn- [, opinion, no man commits' treason. wLo acts ; the .Methodists of the
t It is their peculiar name, and they! seem to AUGUSTA, Fq.t 20. -A duel was fonght on: : ever i.-c shall find ihe lentjit c'ictcded b/ ;'*'.% j'I remain together I I There! i is only J one way in ;1; j in obedience to the laws and! authorities of a i the issne of t tie I Metaoiiist North and ol.tLsicce ..

I tear it with uncommon dignity. Vet, it had':1 Sitnrdl'nfeJoon a Vienna, 8 C. between: erih-union being Ihe means of securing':I 'which: such destruction could be brought. ar,' c.rular organized: government, such! as we '! The case, have'hot'unavailing.
its in I project mt !
origin Washington Why was it that Ii.inpine9, *, and, not an cud to w-jiji I' 1 bout to-wi--iu the I &fow/
i : SI\TUE Constitutionalist, and \ii r. attempt on the part of! rcrognize our State government to be. f' at the South.! -Savannah
0 Southern ; Repulltaa.
Whigs were reduced to the I be sacrificed.J. I'
i having a party name manufactured necessity ;J j j Tumut the third fire SMYTHE was :t; I I t the Government; to coerce the withdrawing I I l Thc Sentinel further savs" -" Tbe man that j i; \ e wry much doubt \vhc! :then

0 'f for them in the Capitol of the nation ?l- I wounded, the ball passing through his light';! Illg doctrine i is not denied I 1 bv I* the Re!,; J1 Era:'State'I'I hack into the Union, which attempt I Ii contends that I cause is necessary to justify &ei i i : have been made-but if uade"Aether any such effort I'I'r
On the
Perhaps, Mr. Fil'more could tell ussurnetLing thigh and nearly through his ILf but his in|I. I i contrary: it declares that} (* 'Mli.t O an dj I I.\i *would end in the hopele.-s destruction" o t'1 I cession, indirectly, 1 denies! it to bo a COn!tltu.. I I they were made in good faith. The !

,. : relevant to thi3 question. The President i is .I juries are not considered He : (he Conslilulioiial Union Paity have: ('&tub. ,of lt''N I ket ii, f
1 mO/tal read t \ tiling sought to be preserved ; and tionnl or reserved right. 'His I is mere so- a division of the Methodist%
w CUrcU
evidently on the Constitutional l ; Ii Lcd lliis: doctu inc for I I'I j woold
great n11atfnrm. Ild Augusta on Saturday night, and is thcmsi-lvcs. Now% :;,'in: ;i this connection would JIi tr11 exist have
Even liltle! doing : we inquire of the'JSentinel : I II. rights antecedently to and len inevltalb} i in the
eech he course of
makes is I "
;> : :I then, if Jr. Cobb! denies this! a few
: : well. Mr. was uninjured. I right, thus tet whether in its denial of the i, of the occasions for .
chock full of the Constit .ti n. Mr. Webster I 10'1. I I right osec&s f indcpendenlly: their exerT I! year, had! there been no cause for it
forth and maintained I the!. in t th&
*. (finds by his siJe. The two are inseparable. : I. I "'c again affirm that/ .'%Ir. Cobb'} ', by Southern ISighUJ: i! inll it conk! inflates the tic offeree I j I e it. One nun has the right to destroy Lis I: i;o/Jh.lmnde.J proceedings of the General Coc-
utterly d
Will )fr. Fillmore!! be the Presi i ''entiallio.'iiince ; I denies the tight! uf S c.sion-that Mr. Me- .: party, it is clear that the Republican is ignoi' i |the! part of t the! Government, and I.if so, wheth-'f! neighbor to preserve himself, but it is r.gaiiit : ference in the case of IH.hopndt't.. ,

of the Constitutional J Union Paity t ? Donnld avows it-that al of Mr. Coil's;: i i I rant of it-and I fuither! that )Ir. (Cobb! i is nut, ,er it \\\>M justify andfaror etich force I If'H' I '' J the law of God and man for Lin to kill Lis ; machinery; of the Church The
It looks *<)-but tunis rerrons. Possibly'I !frinul eo f:1 t: we / deny; i!, and all c(;occupying I Ii tla' J.l:1tfonn of the Georgia; Cot:' \ understand the Sentinel's : I It-corcinctco
allusion without
to the 'neighbor So wiihinde- cumbersome
however this a cause. |i to woiL well
will 'I -a fact
party prefer Democrat .) whichtaj h I II
a affirm
j i \r. : and thitSt has been :vention, which, the: RciulHcan; has ,
(or that }high) station: as: they seem to have u I j|I a :: (if not: the main) topic of contioveifcy ;, settled! the says of !: <" power of feelf-protection" the Federal 1 1 1i pendent and sovereign States. They hr.tej I I j been admitted since the separation!) \Ly emi.nent ;;

sort penchint just now foi running Democrats i-j j I during the ('nl'l s. If: therefore, it i is not : question' secession. But, a>sour i i Government; tlJi.- idea of the uo of force by't I' the right to protect themselves in their civil men in the Southern: CI.url'L.cd be- :\

for fat oll cl's. j an important) ifMic i-i the diction, nothirg1! ;I II 1 friend Com. sayMr.. Cobb Las not(t |;i it i is embraced.1 I and religions enjoyments at the I peril! of the :I side", circumstances have r
I Is wiLa
The unrivaled political; huxsterers of our !I. over can be in any election ; and should: Mr. !j jilumj'ly"ienie! : l it-though we are \\ iflin g ; _\ to what is said about the allegiance | l life of others ; but it would be morally wrong ;! the! pa&t t few years the further} fact that ; :
country look only to a mere J131ttriumph! j i McDonald be elected, w shall be to confess thai there is a deal of tiers
quite as: ; great inv.t i. ,
They will: I ( of the! eiti/.en, Mr. Cobb's opinion may not to exercise this right except for self-prestna- ; is no community of feeli
swcir over a bofle: of Hock that: j ready to concede, as this correspondent will I| flcation in reference to It in his !i' I : between the two
Macon '
they are indissoluble! friends from this time j llien 1 b
for "-mentally: quallifying the oath with- i j ha\'c dedrt1 for the right: sece-ssion.' "- :j i And this mystery, we contend!, i h twllf pioof I After admitting the right/ of a State to secede, i showing good cause for her action such State ;:! tions of the South. This tact i i; 'fitIfsaf;

until after Ihf election. With such a fraternization :{o.J jofMr.i C's. unfitness for tho post he feeksJ ; derived -
'e1lalr Scptctiibtr i ,/ \s from the reserved sovereignty denies her right I so to act. I fie eI.t to show the utter impossililitycf:
of f i a re
4 country no:hope extremists for? Constitutional what good may Union the is[ I.,' In reply 1 to thc} 'H' positive n i Irmnlon9 of\'\1 even if no other reason e.\isted to urge oppo1 : ,of the States= ,'' he Fays- j The Sentinel further says-" They (secessionist o union. The Northern Church seermist.) taw!

cured at once by the preMijje of their names j I'! the :\;i'Kil 1, qualified I it t.i ii true: 1 bySo far : sition to his eIectiun.Vhenever a candidate'. ;1 '' In connection. with tLi< l-rancli (,f tI.! Enl (.ct. a ; -.) set out by claiming for the States :!I identified itself: to a large extent. wih: tieantislavery !

I i. whatever I: ;as we know is for office seeks to ride both sides of a saj.li'.g. : 'quc tuiii! arista whirk. in the optuion ..f i>me, is i oflj! the! I
(1 ihall only (constitutional 1 reserved
they pronounce Cot j I i 1'ccssr.to quote{ ,; : cotuidcrabie imp rta Ci\ It i i., rhelhrr <,r wl \ or ) light to se- :II, crusade sgaimt tLe South. large
t-tituti.inal will be s; of course, the opinion of i j from the Savannah Rrpullican of the -1th }1 he deserves to be incontinently. thrust iiside: t .<-lti-fn; 'i a ft/itf lltus RK&l'MJXG "fI't"r t1'c. ci-iiCfjutt when thclease.." This is a positive i. !i i bodies: of the Ministry Laving i ia
: jcined t.edenunciations
the balance of the woiM tu the contrary not j August the I as worthless.Vc i ii (I'/icm jc-jitiJ le HMt t Etibjoinetl, waof assertion and
simply by EIO\V. we the Sentinel has I
j presume the I law .
to ff rrnu'rententx against for the rentil.titn
? t/i'ir
withstanding. M Jr. National : \ < ? / Staff ]
Clay's Bank! think have sliown governt I
may arise from its ashes, and Mr.1 Cass iuieaus j! lug that .all of Mr. Cobb's friends: do NOT we in the above that>t 1I1t 1110 I ivfcr to tLi-> rKintctilarlyny! iu coneiilcrun -. 'the proof ofi i it "at Land." We desire to :i of fugitives in language vehement m
i the question in issue in Geoigh i is net as I to rf the imiKTtr.nce attached l t<' it by tth.'r*. From
\ [
"denjit ( of secession. have \iew of the ;
to its rl'urrection.Ir.. Webster t may ) Afurirepublkhing I' the ,/nit I "/10( *i;'i/ il trill elrarly hut I hold a proof substantiating this !;! could be desired by the most rampant fanatic

plan vast Internal Iniprovcrnuis, :md1;:. the 4th resolution of the Gec i I.. right of secession, for this i is nut dei.ii fh'tt 1"1'11."O"lJ n*>t le. III inv opinion ttpjtfar ur wan cmnJ!J\ charge. \"et're not aware that the Southern :; On the other Land, the Southern Church cia

Iloustoun su bin the appropriations for then gia Convention, the Republican! | I,. nil! of Mr. ColJI,: fiieluI.4," and coris .. lIIi:, tivuMin who act in &'bcdi&r.te to the lav.s awll.. nights claimed the for the i
party right
tays"Tlusit j body, ii not 0:11conser h' Lut r.ttULtiaupholiing
t This may, possibly, I be the cave, such nf-tound- j' qucnlly the election of Mr. Cobb will uot'he I. uutJioritie* ('f a rejjnlar! or;: nized Cl.ov..ramt'ht: such ': :1. :
ing revolutions will bo 'ecu that our OIl rcoplc! : as we recognize our State sjoveninn'nt t') be." States to secede, just ichcn they please," :ud. :the rights of the South, ar.J noalilf
are taking place! in the minds! have for thcmsclces* settled the: question of se.. a defeat of the pr iudi'I, md cannot, then. !i I ithout Even the South Carolini.in ,I
of our great men now-a.blyS. j i HENEKIT lo HOXSKS.: -A valuable subscriber not consent to fraternize with their LretLrcn
for f
cession. } c, afford to die Sentinel
not only asserted the mattar for '
But the zeal of the Constitutional Union right; / but TJIn'e( : \ faither than n-joic.1( writes to us that, according to his exe. 1 i 'hot-Leaded as they are charged to be, do! not North unless they abandon their btolercct
} gone wg. l *
: r
r part may destroy their own prospects before: our opponents have producedfor the anyrecord ------ ,! rience, black walnut and suniac leaves juice, i piopose to "secede without cause," "to be i notions in 1'T3rJ.to o sann.. Were i it t> :
the Presidential canvass. The Union is I in have I put upon a horse, will prevent flies from anuioy 'I ,determined, the State 1
ouch imminent actually assigned: the rrlUS which thalljustify Jude Eerrieii's Address. ; by herself. But the ;! consent to a re-union, the question' \"OiU ;
peril, according to thc-ir view I him Southern Press. .
J '- "
of the matter that the exercise of the rigl,*whether such j jexercise Cur Gcorgi-i exchanges! contain the rig i :abstract tight exists with or without cause; again: arise as to whether a Southern EbhJp.
it j iron 5"
they before
nay save [ To the !I.
of it bhall be peaceable revolutionary. prevent bore a hole into the
that election cuines on, and lose the benefit. ." or i ised address from Judge B'JI i'n. It is maini : .|for its exercise. Tho cause merely l'fcr.1 j holding slaves, should bo allowed to {presL'eI ;

of their! hobby. I If they can only keep up the I i j! ly 1) devoted to a re\iew of the past course of!| trough where the feed is I laced, and fill npj!j 1,mines its.exercise and not the eMStenee of thetight. i I in a Northern Conference. Furthermoretie ,<
c The Republican; then fiom 31 ; : with afctida. 'I lie horse when i :
excitement quotes :r. will
until that time and eating
p frighten people the author, and in this connection deals! I, The right of secession cannot be cx- I;: vote of the General Conference 4eposinj? '
\\ithi.-iiaginodcul3, with what -T flourish ''j-j I Cobb's letter of acceptance, ia which he out'j; lap up Miirill portions of the asafetida, and the i! erciied !I "
State without !
| ( by t without!
: some pretty hard on the knucKlos of the a cause com Bishop Andrexv l Las never b .eu re-cocsiJerci},
,0 will tho ,
.: trumpets leaders the % eliVct will be !
parado) over ) snys to regulate the anne-tite. and! ;; ,
:country lIHllrny,patriotic: speeches The I Should. 1.o\\'e\'C'r. the time ever arrive self-constituted Ui.ion leaders in (;{'IJr:&, ii.0 :i bowels, and prevent- the corn from heating, I'jnikiing a great moral wrong, but good cause t 1 bat still stands with the! full forre and virtusj 1 i it

I\nowjng ones 01 that pany gnouia see 10 u when the conditions of her icinaiuing in the ;j! who have foredoomed the Senator in the aj! which is the will justify her in exerrising it before the trij i.i j of a law, and, before any propositions for re :

f that the excitement is i kept up and the peoplei.eiuadctl confederacy: ) are degradation and iiH'rjualily, t! doption of l'ertiu resolves! expressing Iii 5tm t cauic belly-ache or co1 c.I .- J i t fbunal] of heaven and the bar of the civ ilhed ur.iOlceulJ be considered, must be repealed
.a ; : Ciorn cn\-\ntf\ t':'o L'tiioit f The( snme article wrapped on the bits whenravelling I ,
the sustent-ition of the < n su'.iHI- I shr.ll bo prepared with her to resist with of his fealty lo their peculiar notions and world. f or authoritative assurances given that it elI 3 ill!
seven cardinal I principles all the means which a favoring Proudenco { will Lave the! same fleet, and in I
't depends upon the adojition of this courss (. may place at her disposal," even "(as a last ;I! mode of sating the IT niO"l. The address is'': addition, will preserve from founder. The This writer Las displayed some smsrtne-s! ': 1 be repealed, whicli no one is authorize! t'give >

.\ in the great humbug canvass of 1819, rffort,) to a disruption of every lij which ,, calm, and, like c\'erJtLing e-lae emanating j latter recommended from j j i:1 seizing upon a conclusion, deduced from ; in tw! abs,wice of any expression oa &*
I the leaders/ of the aU respectability" pam ty I binds her to the Union," any and every pow-J j from its di-linguiihcd author! dignified and the experience, j j |his own premise, and which we never preten-!I patt of the General Conferenco Noitb. -i

alias the Constitutional: Unioi: : Patty, are a- I or which seeks to put upon her such debas- j !tlatcsmmJi1e.1tholJ h it is not said in -o I former we are assured i is experience: of1 i jdod, to claim as our own view, to drawl I 1 Fur these reasons we cannot tHe! t'aativ "

gain joining antagonist t together in fiaternal bonds naturally I I l lI ing terms. Nor am I pal ticubr by what name many words that he will not vote for Cobb, j j one who Las long practised it. and has not i ]l largely on Lis imaginative powers. lie ad- a efforts! Lave betn made, in ood fiii, oa ,fI
S patties North and South. I this recitanco j had of colic i
t be eluLrzic a case his horses mules
v.hether i or itho
may among
Seward and Corn in, with their CoMiutional : ( revolution |the inference i is clear that he will not do '(. j I ,milted the riM of secession, but called! it a t part of the Northern iLk.n! furs re- 4
secession I
a else. I since the has I
or an\. thing .,i remedy been in use, which has I i
Union abolition notions-Webster Fillmore The Judge declares thai if it ba ,revolutionary riI.t.0 correctly deduced \union.
to J I been I I
Kcmatking on which the Republican necessary I long enough to t test its eilicncy. Try i I
and Clay, with their Constitutional: Un proceeds constitute{ him member i it I I;oat his premise, that secessionists I
I to a of the Clln litll. ,j -it is simple and costs but a trille. were revolutionists New York
ion Free Soil gay- ( I Eeziocratic Ccnvcntion.
.' eoLhith opinions-Cass, Foote and ( the tional Union party," he mustsuy: that GeorJ; J ; and it being admitted before that Tho free-soil of New Icrkasists : I
their Constitutional Union, anti. Upon j.rincile| therefore, that the Something 27ew under the Sun. J wLig press
UlIIk. anti-Iuternil: Improvement. and mti.I I greater contains the less, we think that the gia has sustained no wrong" in the cotnproiniic !!I .\ late number of the (Chaileitoa Christian the Editor was a revolutionist, ]he was there : that at the late Democratic Convena

I ,J High rltit :Southern Iights! views-will I I Hesolulion (If the Georgia; Convention and .' -" not only that there: is in it no matter,: j jj Advocate and Journal( has the following : fore estopped from joining Usue on the! doctrine : ;Syra cuse, the Baniuurners surrendered ecr1

meet : kiss each other on the great ConFfitutional the declaration: of the HOI: howell Cobb j I Ihave for objection, and that I wholy of secession and abusing those who'j} 1 1w 1
A bat
:111proit'l : TEMPLE ix rue U.S.-New ; thing appearances to the .
Union asi-erted in all
Platfoim in 165'I5ut! after \ its length and breadth the i I but also that it is fair h held it. Hut, he comes out with words '
the victory, il they secure it, will come light of resistance, by secession or ether (, just iud equitable, a ''' wonders break upon us elaily in this wonder- j' many ,p < Tribune of the IGth sas-

tho interesting fight between the victors for I mode, whenever in the judgment of any the peo. source of triumph and gratubtion to the peo-,'I fid day of progress. We justask all our read-1': 'I j highsounding and glowing, in the which i iiI I I "The pledge! to support such Ct.1lJiJ.\t

I the spoils-\ the longest poles I pie, they) have good and 't'i'ic'lltOtlSl'. We pie of Georgia, then I have losay-nan haecinftcdera ers while they perseu the following paragraph hI set forth what he conceives to be the differjence I as shall be iioniinatud at a future national
I knockdown the \i have shown (then that the :I: to remember Dr. J:01iug'/i pron:, ilion. V'ake I ( between the tl1'ories.9 I, convention without timet
ripest and plumpest! pmiairnons. right of resistance I cannot enter into thce bonds," : two 9e are not reservation as to

." or secession; ifnnropmnetut3 prefer thai name, j It is manifest from this t'.Ilt )1 Cubb ;: 1 tArc. p Christian of and confront this bold! chal-i! ,di posed to dispute: the fact of dificrt (.- I !persons or principles, is at least unequivocal
r. lengo heathenism Send! the
about which much is said! ; on men who t I The I &two-
LOOKER OX. so and written by the I : We rn well know that their
will Heaven that there is i
disunion not receive Senator: Herrien's suil'iage.The i: I miy: he-lp to plant Christianity on the! Pacific no likeness ,
party in Georgia, is FULLY UT fl.cu, ___ ._ i :i ii tire< principles will receive no favor is tiat
4 Cuba Guarantied to Spain. and we think we have been successful in a -u h I i I so that, from thai point, now invaded by idol1'airy i i between them. We cannot bring ourselves 1 'j ,convocation, and that suspicion of .ym'
Wo notice in of the story going the loundd of rite \hig there: out before long, a i i to believe that
some newspapers a few words in relieving our opponents their may go power our Republican fathers formed! p.-tthy with them would ,lie fatal to the a*p rj* ,
ftatement attributing to (General Jackson's herculean labor of proriziwhat no Slile press that! Thomas I I'. Marshall had abjured ; that! shall: smite Idolatry in its own seats cimvcr. '; ;a consolidated government for us and mis- I I I tioiia of any candidate before that boo-} -

administration a secret treaty for securing Rights; / nan r.vnu IM\III: >-and thus, having II the Democratic faith, and gone back into the !;: A correspondent'of tho N. Y.: Coin| j named it a confederation of free i Their surrender; cvervtLii.g but appearances

Cuba to Spain. Nothing can be more abKtml. I set aside the false itsue which they had raised embraces of federalism, turns out, as we expec j': mercial, f rays : The Chinese have opened !j sovereign 1 i.j is therefore: ccmplote, "and it does seem lib
I General J8t'hun could not make a and torn oil the mask from their faces, I ted it would, base coin. Tho I a temple for their pagan: worship in San Fancisco. independent States-that instead of chang. !t[ crowding the mourners' to {press, theta fu:'

treaty binding the United States. without the I we trust our opponents) will now stand upon .I Statesman Kentucky I'' One of the anomalies of the California; (, 'ing their form of government, they only) re-j I i, ther."

concurrence and ad\ ice two-thirds of the the true issue involved in the present can-I feays- I age is the 'fact: of a pagan temple being erect. i belled against a monarchical master and eke! -------- ---.

-; Senate ; and he was thelast man in the world vass." 1! 1'0'1'Ls'r.Tom :Marshall! says-wc't \,, ed within the bounds of the United Htltes- i i ,ted 01lt.-th3t Arrival of the Baltic.XIW.Y
who would have ,. heard him say it-that the which first> | an imported heathen in j a they repudiated the I
assented to any guarantee Summing its the bJory ,. temple a Christian' i I : OltK, Sept. :8.-"rhrsteam.MpBJ"
whichoulJ militate against the right of t the up argument, Republican appealed in thelYankford: Cointnonwealth, toj, i Liverpool,
people of Cuba to f-hako
) or who \vouliLndmit) the right of Eng and we call the Sentinel's especial attention immediately alter his election that all I I1!I 'Union. I How! important it is that the mission' tho doctrine that tho sword and brute I Cotton i is a shade passengers.dearer. Since the b. ;

land or any other foreign power to interfere to them-inasmuch: as they demonstrate the accounts! between him and! them werej j :ary societies at home should wake up to the> '[ force must arbitrate them. And yet we must I I parturo of the Africa the sales were 19.,'.

; against; t-uch .an e-floit of the people of Cuba. that Mr. Cobb's supporters have themselves squared'; that he forgave them the balance of I I 'fact that there are gathering around us a large | admit such conclusions if I bale} o, of which speculator and exporter :
- -n"slngto Union. the debt, that he was hereafter a whig. &c.- 'number from China, who call for immediate. we embrace took 7,000 bales. Flour dull, but as- ,

changed( the issue with which the canvass "is a lie in form, :i lie I in letter, a lie in matter 'attention. The friends, (f missions, in the favorite j the doctrine that revolution is tho only I changed in price. Corn was was more in defflaw

/. a I 'f A Universal Moral lDlrt1.-, VanJteo commenced, and which the Southern a i lie in substance, and a lie from beginning land: of our birth, should devise means I remedy for our wrongs. and prices higher., Wheat has declined I* b

Blade proposes the following remedy for: Rights suppoiters of McDonald endeavoredto to the end." J He also said that tho feto- i 'to send us suitable persons to preach to the i The Editor says, also-" Tho opponents I Coffee is dull. Provisions unchanged.Trade f

the ills of life, tho flesh, the spirit composedof bring/ before the people ry lirst published by Pi entice, of the Louis- i j (Chinese in their own language. One that t i of secession hold that an oppressed State at Manchester was healthy Atfolli t t

leaves, plants tnd roots, which if taken 1st.-That the doctrine of secession has \ ill Journal" (whom ]he called the "chief of the I 'can do so, and that is familiar with the man. i may rates. The funds were depressed.
without n face, will make Jesuits, ) and pretended to be founded 'tiers t and customs of the resort to any measure or kind of redress morally -
wry 1:11 les- been asserted and established Iy the on ai! people, might do closing DO. i ii
- }ectable :1nd happj : ) for themselves, to be exercised for good people and letter, stating that ho desired! once more to 'r rtake" great good. There will be no difficulty in right." We w ish distinctly and emphatically i The definite news of the Cuban expcd10had i

f. Leave drinking., euilicient causes, which causes they havefctated. old Hal"-: by--the hand, is a lie." supporting such a person here." to say that wo stand: on this ground-; not been received. X l"gotiationsff.re.. :.
.. Leave oil -- but the Sentinel will not remain with going between England, France alld-17
I' Eroldng. A writer in the Richmond{ Whig er The first volume of3lr.CAL1Iov'posthiumou3 us when on -
i Lta\'e off ( 2nd.-That the Compromise measures pronoun wo add, that for this State to check further invasions. The gold elCl
: ? Leave off swearing. furnish no good and' sufficient cause for se ces hoarhound an infallible remedy for the works, containing a disquisition very reason any ment 'iii Australia is increasing. LI'rt'at un. .J'

Leave the g'hals alone. cession. cure distemper in dogs. It should be boiled on the constitution and Government of the I may elect secession as the measure and I easiness prevails! on the continent, The' d -

I '. Plant your pleasure in the home circle.' ttd.-That the right of secession having, to a strong tea. with a piece of lard added I United States, has been issued in Charleston. kind of redress morally right," and amply securing nartment of .\rJ'c b c in France in a su*ViJ 0

__E Plant your. hue ws in tome honorablo cm- }been established, is uot in i issue before the; thereto, (say as large as a hen's ,) and I Igiven her from oppression.This seige. At Naples 46 state prisoners b
: egg
jtfoyinentPJant Fnosr. Tho
0 people. as hot as the dog can bear. Savannah Republican of the writer certainly does not know whatis been sentenced to dt'ath.DJTlll'l .
'1 )your in truth.. 4Ui.-That the true issue is, Shall the --- -- -- -- 80th says there was frost in the neighbor the meaning of the term reserved." \%' FAME.::TI o Bet-!
Hoot habits in c PCRSCIT OK
\ your iatustrJ' people of Georgia acquiesce in or resist theCompromise : ozr: enjamin Rand Curtis, ofRosloti* hood of that city on the Saturday night will him. the n3ID
f'"' Hoot your fee-lings \( .- measures w' esq., pre enlighten It means that which i is ford Va. Sentinel says that a boy b/

: Root your aiTcctions in God In reference to this last point it i is has been appointed by tho President to fill the ,oi OilS. kept back, and is the opposite of that which} of Luster, in attempting the other day toe" ,

t I I'4 : For further directions, ECO Holy Scrip- that haidly vacancy on tho Supreme bench created by the (:; Tho Whig State Convention in Virginiahavo is parted with. Now, if tho right of secession his name on the Natural Bridge higher f D
it i.s
to the
_____j I.. hires, nnd beware of counterfeit creeds and necessary say not issue, for lamented decease of Mr. Justice Woodbury 'nominated GEORGE- W. SUMMERS is not expressly with : and fell a dst.inCJOf :
: parted in the Con any other, lost his footing
the Southern {
Uieologins.- Might: party: do not to
tack propose and has accepted the appointment. for Governor. I
I fH: ''I. S i.titt11i\u it is kept back, nnd consequently, t 4 150 feet. He was almost i iiUttftT /

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or WestminibterJU-view puts the following TthgrupI.dfor the Savannah Gforyian. Caps. List of letters Cigar, &c.

,.t.3iiscrnrTIoN. language into the moutji of a Brazilian Highly Important from Kexico.-Another & RUST have just recfircil n croo
1tIX.ROA1' slaveholder, in icply to an EnglUh nbolitionist. Ecvolution.We HEIR>t of mrns boys and youths,ClntJu Pla-h and L the 1st October, U51. .
fTi-w nobody for tbhty milt, rigl-t- him for have Glazed Caps -wliich they offer low. Call and ice than. Adam*.Rev W Lloyd, J MLancaster. 4000 npemr Spanish Cic r*.
\\ho had reproached holdirg men received from New Orleans dated
1jing of Jones county.rt00krva .- ( OcU.bt-r4.1851. S9 tf Aikins W J J B 4Aikin 2 half boxes No. rclieirifjjTobwxo,
the rentro the three iu bondage : Sept. 2Gth) the following despatch : G C Leslie, O W 2 do. do. 89. Ilf'Ucy D r# da

only .Wble! by Who are you that come to pry into the The steamer Yacht has arrived at the Boots and Shoes. Atkinson, A WArmistein. L via, Mw* R 2 barrel* Crwhcd Snsrar.

'fle fT0, tt tretS the grass groiflg onC9lft nakedness of our land, and to reproach uswith Pass. Despatches that the Sierra Madie JlissL Levy, P. 2 do. Butter Cracker.
'I J ) that in the adjacent woo,!. say VINE Dress Boot and Shws. Jnt received bTU Alton, J II :3 Latinrer.3lLs 31 E 5 Bags Rio Coffee, I _
il1. like our conduct' toward our slave population Revolution has been successful." .
I Ledwith .L
t 91k ho o. passed Adams, Mary E 8 JrcaCotfee,
S fr the ttood three rickety f CIo forth in our field and cities, and This Revolutionary movement was designed ?0 tf Uryr.nt,JaoieaBraddv. 2 Miller, J AMahburn. 2 Bbls. Cider Vinegar.
I ;rlI ? i fnin i '!..ich will find destitution working embrace the J Wm 2
1l'' nutcnanted. Tho mad you no among our to Mexican mountainsand the Groceries &c. AIJSO. .
I but S vre : |eople. Von may call them slaves, but Rio Grande-an extent of territory perhaps Beaked; A Nays,S WMejwengtr. 40 Pl*'ce8 Heavy Wool KfT ej\ '-
trail Comjleldvdo received, Kahonta-s from Xew York- L E
1ffitt; aJozen they are cared for, well fed clothed, and well nearly equal to the State of Texn. The : TrST j per Ca-ii. BnidwellWKBeiean 40 Gray mixed"Wool .Ktrtfji,
the H .nnd left Ue e : Indig Xutmrcs. ire Ginger, Mr M A Mawiii'g, Bllonrotr 25 Cotton KerwT, .
thr" do"n horse. He .track housed. Can you &ay as much for your work scheme has been on foot for a year or more, Inpen-il Tea, Black Tea, Celftiul T -a.Mace.Citron, Bellamy, Mrs E G 20 Dark,"for Women's we r|

icrtO ibe instinct Of'Y minutes people at home ? Is it true that a freeman buSt until! very recently has attracted very little Currants, Almond.-*. Cayenne Ftpp, Black IVpjwr.Onirns. IWraan, S RBurthlotte Manmu : and i ii fifteen _
paths, : Smoking Tfbfcco Rice. Svnip, Sweet Oil Merrir K *
je of die \\ith you menus a freeman to starve, to go attention. JABurgdrrf 2 2 25, :2 50, 2 58. 00 pr pair.
tfU house. Table Salt, Slwt. her Lead. SrltjH'tre. Prwiler Clioc, Mr Miller E GMllltr.
( rxn C.C.BYRD.
IarZt naked houseless and uncared for ? Our Look for annexation !
; it a out moie
Lted I.'IIb olate, Bolosrna Saut-age. ,dried Peiehes,dried ApphsVinrcar. Byrd, A 11Xcal September 27 1 85 1. 83 tf ..
'.11aIl' USCIf" 3iJ t'e man ln the0110w slaves are ignorant! but they are protected Maecaroni. Matchcx, Rice, Flour, FL-li, Burner, W T J J _
j flOO ) from the consequences of ignorance by the Free Blacks. Sounds, tc. For sale bv Burn, Win O'Connor. D Committed .

knowledge and experience, and self-inteiest The Lafayette) (Indiana) Journal says : BERRY A EOWLES, Auctioneers, Ac. Barker, .las Owen?, D o Jail in Tallaha.s. on the 25th instant,;

far to tlie court houw of their masters. "The free colored population of the United October 4,1851. 29 Blood, Maria Oliver. RPolcoch k n negro woman \ ho spy* her namo is
rou fron P 6aid the man. I IWty, E A W W JANE, and that she belongs t Francis Lawrence '
i* n flvn are ** You know as well as we do, that a freeman States amount to about half a million, and Groceries. Brocket L Palmer. II A ,of Columlm Ga.' Said n'2r" w of verv

"from Vjnhester." &c C011rt bouso he.fltI. has thrown upon himself the reppoiiMbility the major poition of this number are engaged TUST nxvived fron New Orleans Bryant, B Towers, J D light complexion, abOut 4 feet 5 or 6 inches high, and .

.Tbea," he, it there of providing for hiniM-lf and that,if ho be in mental occupations in our large cities.As .- i J f BbLs Xo. 1 Leaf Lard, Bradslaw. Mr E Philip, WmPalmer. about 1G or 17 -ears of re. i

,. nJ' vou h e come right by incompetent by ignorance for self-direction, a general tiling, they appear to be contested CO; FJC. rlonr. CampU.ll, 11Chnnibcrs J JOHN H. RHODES. Jafler.

iiatiI1l tue cnliiI." destitution and temptation, shame, ice, and with their lot, but the action of sever 5 Rectifie-! Whiskey, John l'ac, J Vf September 27. 13. .I.: _SS tf
Cultjemo, E C
there. Thou 2 Robcr.M.n,
flO1)1Y 5
1 saw crime await him and thi and al of the states, in passing prohibitory laws Sugar, Bagging &c.
rS didn," said h. "There's ; knowing *. taking 5 Cnsk Sides Car.fr. T A 8 Richards B ,
.'' n yaa twice two tm pains to give yonr freo workmen the to their further emigration: like Indiana, is 5 Shonhlors! Crow. J Itouce, J P T> ECEI VED and f.'r sale, (per brig Charles A. Coo

drry d tavern a year capacity for good self-direction, you dare arousing them to a proper appreciation of 6 Tit-ret* S. C. Hnms Colquitt! HOR W T 3 Roberson, W S -Lt from New Yrk..) _

a tI N time, bst they come with the court come here and preach emancipation, and urge their degtiiiy. XT' We predict that this i is 4 Bilged Hnms Cain, DauJDuvul Rac. S 100 i Ilieces Gunny Ifajja ng;
coiurL" A Itober'od, .Je'e 2 cait.\* snjK-rior Bale R, ,
the 15 Kee< Xo. 1 Leaf po
;;d fn jt3 !LrIi and heriff," ssri I,- where .us to two our well fed amid wtll-clothed, and only a commencement of a war against: the 2 Lbls. Crushed Sin, Davul, E A F Ricliards E MRas 50 pjund Bangui' Twice. I

.. J the < well-housed slave* into ill-condiicted and miserable blacks. The next step in the work will be Corn Bid Meal, ccnatantlv on hand, end for pale low Fortune. J It James 2 C. C. BYRD. -

they v' f and the cleik is laborers. Take a word of admonition to expatriate them from the Free States by fv.r cL by Fot.ter. Elizabeth S'ernburs, J'r 2 September 27. 1S51. SS tfA
t.t'6i! riff" dek. We believe It.a vote I A. II. FELKELL. Foster, Samuel Smith, Mis II Jj
from us in return. Go back and put your compulsory means. _y ) ,
V and tux llecUr in the bari ]'Iotarti. T (Qi Saunders W O Card.
.55s'r, own house in order, and then you will be able in the State of Indiana to expel every negro O-'tober___ 4._ 1PM. S' tf (
he 1'cafDai i Ford, S IiOoojjts
? !Ii down on < swWriber begs 'rnii-wion tn Inform the '
:. he eS t'Vay fiicad-who. owns the to hold it up to us as a mod house for our from its borders were taken to-day, it would Received from New Orleans. II W THE iu general and p the< Luiica of TalLiLiS8 pub and

.. the lot, my imitation. You have been accustomed to sw be carried iu the ailinnativc two to one.To .- 150Just Ulir.I.S SujH'rtin Flour, Gordon, J 2 Sherman S vicinity in particular, that he I' non prepared to receive
I'' this rule of the black is 2 Hhds. Choice Sugar. Gakins. Tho Scott, Rev J JGodhold.
g. misery around you, but cannot bear the expatriation race 6cl 'lhirs for i a-true tkin in Mu.sic on the Piano
indivlJual that owns the 1-ot.t ofl( Llw. Bacon SidcP. end Shoulders, C-.l 6 Smitli. L
.Tws2rne thought of tlavery. inevitably tending. We are more and more ) Forte. He will call at the renidence of ]tr on* de-
ll only l.iudlyrdvho 1500 Stiswr Cured hams, Glass. Thos 2 Smith, C take lesions houie cither in
e Firing to at town or
> cnunty
JOK We voted
,uI,f S ** We have accustomed ourselves to slavery convinced of this day. against -
rt'nt-UIIeI' j 10 Bb'.s.! IiUh Potatoes, ( rat.t, I' 2 Setcple, James ia the country.
"; Kis fr I but cannot endure human misery. To the negro clause of the new Constitution ft Onions, Good MI in. C WIroom 2 Struinan, VTtockr.eah A Piano R<4>m will be ready on the first of October

,,Voll, fcir I ati tired a huiigr'-ciu take adequate precautions against: destitution but on luokir.g: over the vote in the several 10 att* ItVC.ini. ( Thus ... iiii; to-nifflit f Leal Lanl, 1orGEO.ILBESTWICK.fPJe I's' F Miss S
vna at home, would cost some little exertion and counties, we find ourselveel ii a miuori- j Hennaigs fc'prowles home.
.'ijMjCrtraiigw, light, iiclncl Anderson of ten to one.Ve voted against thrtt Head d: Wages, Mestra. Smith, B R For terms of tuition, please apply to the nnJtr-
self-sacrifice. To ] against slavery in ty over "
preach : .
IllS d wr on man or beat"Hsiaj Ootobcr 4 18G1. 9J Hill Mrs Mary bitumens, Luke 2 signed. C. F. BARTIL
rrw ;1ut Iioawd aud ft-d horse others, detnads less of self-sacrifice] than self- clause because it made no provision to coloiiiie Harri.on, R Stephens LitIIen.krson. August 1C, 1351. 32 eowtf '
can-fully: tay glorification. It is easy woik for all people; the blacks from the country." j Hat i:3.; Fred Sills Solomon

J won at down to a feuUiajitiiil 6tipj>er of to We may add tu this the prciii.'tion of the" / (General a'sortin of Gent' f.1igne1je MoleL1 Hull-day, S F Smith, Louki DANCING ACADELr/

fied cliii <'"b aud stcwod v ?ni.H, corn cake, New York Kxpre, that if the abolitioni-ts t-kin and Beavtr, Drib and Bbck B.B. Ku.-ia tlo. Ilcrhteh1Siinon TrippBThompson.
and wrvcdwelfoii CV ttip ,''l'r' !llilk' buter honey, Sporting nan, boys llariv, B Dancing,respectful*
rtich New York
e" do iii
and abundance )eciiliar to Uy tlornnitis those they have iu) mind to. not cease incendiary vou'Jj-,just rctcch id. And fur -e bvHEIR W HHolder. Tucker, WVanWyck ly bformstfiu citizen* of Tallahas.-ee and vicin*
,iiI! e tlucvvd} It is diiiicult for them lo wean themselves effoits, the question will be made in the State i i RUST. I). P.Humphries Dr ity that }liis School for instruction in the above aceoiu.pli .

the pine woitrlb. >Sy host va* a man, from their own petty enormities, and easy within ten ycir *. 'and tic! ano1cr blarl innn October, 1b5i.9 tf S M Vickcra, J LWrav >hinent will I* opened on Friday, :31st October at

m.J! 10 Jo iu tlie' world prefening June countv to moth at the trill be ]>crmif!<'<] lo cone ir.'u it, crcn if such ; Harui, John AWintrr. 7 o'clock, P. 3L, for adults, and Saturday, lt Xovenv.b .
j'law Uiisidf of J aradjse, having enough pour pious indignation lirre will be i iTo Groceries.lST Hines. II J F W -r, at 10 o'tlick. A. M. for juveniles where all tha
to any as arc jtcnuiUcd to stay"
jved; diwe twenty >var withoat admihisteiJ3r I |peccadilloes of others. received, per brig Pocuhontas," from New Haey, Mi s FlaviUaIIuri 2 Villifr.rd, Mrs M moM faahiouble Dance uad modes of the day will ba

York, fieid, Silas \filcor. 2 taught
( dne of iiH'diciiie, and had never bwncrotert OTIieexminaiion at Lancaster (Pa.) of the Voters cf Jefferson County: ''S liig.; Bio and Java C free, Harden, Mrs M. A Ward, T W September 20. l5l. 37 3m '

but once duiing all that timo. I was the peisons charged with having been conccJiuuUn :: r Col. James 1L TucKr, lvrilff Jcffr on 25 boxes Soap and Star -la, Holland, Julia Wilse.n! II II "

rarioasto know uijst had dihtuilied the tc- the Chriiiana murder, has i exulted hat in declined running for that office for the 20 Tobacco aborted, Ivey, E F Matters, B J. R. LLoY!!! ROOMS.

rtflI',,, ,f Mch a t 1i1<> as liis.VVby I i in Feuding eleven of the number to I'liiladvl- County, Ji Loif Sajn.r. Janet *, J William, T SXY-LIGHT GALLERY.
tir said he, "1 don't make a nt-st torra, I rcfpt-ctfrJly aiinoiinctmj, Felfn can 10 So-2a and Wine Crackers, James, C C WiLfr: .poon.
j-hia to stand their trial for treason the
| ; against W T W A 9
f r the KHIHAV1LLIAM Il 2iN1)flEWS. 10 Smi| Candles Johns. Wright,
of talking abxiut itt bat being as ; i THIS esMibliatnu'nt U now in siicces rrartice United thWs. The remainder of those in 20 Chetec, Jo.men, Mi-9 F I Watson H
ou're a tstratigor, and I've taken a likt-n to ; cuMody weie released. To the Citizens cf Leon Courty. 10 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar, Jackson, RJohnsun White, TItaV. -L and fitted out in a superior tyIe. lur the recep
Lid and awL all those
tion of gentlemen stnui
voul) I will iiamnUf the circumstance. Mayvoa'vc I So says the .Savannah flepitlican. tr I pertfuly! announce r.iyflf a ca.ikjjJte f r 10 IMot Urwiil Mr M R S uVox. J trers who M-it tho Capitol .f the LanJofFlvwtrs -
chnrtert l ltho'Braniou 10 Water and Butter Cracker Joha-on, SahthklJ VilcL, Albert may
heard bow the logitlature ,
wf Leon
Prt.latc for the
:e tc! '>ice of Judge of Couaty and Pretty UW-t All will have a favored opportunity
X. 1 and! 2 Mackarel A AVallacc. M A
bank to builc! a railway through CourThg&euc..natando you love at the ck>cti<>n iu OctoLtr next. j 6 Fulton Jlarket beet Jont,.. X S Vilstn; James
down the fchoi'e. i In boiled beef and dumpliust" I to the Silver or Ivory I Lite in au Ariistical manner.
the pine: <> ( > away March 15, 1851 JESSE 4TJU'SON.tr 20 Xorthcru Family Flour Kyle, W WKtn Wciisor. F
these ps'to we go agtiut1 banks;-but roads Darned if 1 don't, 'ooky-but a hot dump- 20 Iliratn Smith.*. : _," ;, Man 9 Wood, G TV Landscape. Scenery'ieWs iilaSurjnL"UTiat PaiEtuijj, ilimnturty,

Ml o!' bliiu-k our pfjudi' s. 1kfoe; the bank i ifoull liu' ain't nothin' to your sweet, tarnal, nice, V'E are authorized to announce 1). W. 10 half barrels Xo. 1 and 2 Mackerel.jO Kell, A I). or J Yearty, James copied correctly by
be set agoing die} law regi.ired% so much j red lips, Sook." OVT YNX, M a ondifiatc fr the office of Judge <-f Fulton Market Beef, Persons calling for my of the above Ietter will counteiuinc to absent friend

O law Jonathan do hush. Jonathan do 1'rulmte for Leon County, at the flefti' in Ort .ber 20 Familv Hour, please they arc advertised
1Hhe,f coin to be jila ktl up. The manager j jtil sy Or leave a U.Leu for the bower,
iired about Brandon, Lit iLe metal was you read that tory about a man as was hug next. May V isal.tr 10 10 Salrnr-n JIackcn-1.: TH03. hAYWARD, P. ML Where ltV laments the parting hour

ciiriity scarce, anc the folks alxjutthere didti't ged to death by a bearf : MIL EWTOU: riea>o inert the name* of Ju>- 10' l r Otfrhtn Butler, October 4, 182. l* Where And childhood wonian's with its wiitmnie fce.

Jauit it wouldn't Vin. Guess I did Souky-and it made tao feel Col. John S. 10 baskets Heidsic Wino. For sale byLEUUY lovely gently grace
or they trust WiHK; l q. Col Jlni J. Harwell, Sl4epI In Chancery. Or lordly man'* iropcruil frown,

.. Tiny hiring bat little they had aroundt'aelulWn all.o4i-islm." I jianl uml Judge James 11 liroome, a csndid&lcs for : & ROWLES S9Saddlery Aucticnevr ic.Oct. MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.AT A re each a'lroitly peiictUed down

<'ck, to) cut toc-Ui 'ith.VeU. it How did you feel Jonathan ?" County Ctimuiiwioucrs of Le-on County at the aj>- 4. 1P51. CIU..VBFRS, Tallahassee, Sept Su, A. 1>. 1851.Jaracj By lively clvei. who are slyly working; .

pot wind dial i bad sotne of the gonuiii, and "Kinder sorter as if I'd like to hug you 1roachitt s clrc'ion. MAX V VOTERS. dec.JUST NeLson, 1vs. 1 In a tby box and nimbly workiuir.
Thankful for the liberal extended
the up.gtr itj< w udiig: to tue for i it, <,fil r- e'cntunnl> to death too, \ o1i tarnal nice, plump, rweived a fine lot of men*, boys and ladies h. Bill fr Divorce. very patronage
f the I in conclusion mut address in ths
ii.glo nit tr.c in Uiv 1 oaiii. Hut 1 Always aufweiiJ elegant little critter, you." \VEorc authorized to UOUOUIK OSCA.H A. I -. Bri lie*. Mutin'rales Stirujii. Spur-, Calf' Harriet J. Nelson. ) language past of the immortal Byron you
*' O law Jonnthan." MYERS as a candidate for the office cf Cluk of the Skin. IJninx Skins Kij Skin?. Patent Leather Patent TT to the c.itkfaction of the Court by affi-
tLu uy: tiiouey was safer in the oldvomQi.'b now, go away, ; appearing Preserve a likeness wlale yon cnn, p
Cimiit O Tt fr the Countv of Leon. Futiuiwith a tjood aorti>i nt of VThipa &c.I JL davit rosue in this ease that the defendant! H. J.
fetockiiigt; tliati in the bunk. I heard ** Ah, Sotfky. you are sick a slick gal t I I For all things lov t ly must have au ei 'L
Fir rale low by the limits of this State that
J.'tLou, rwides beyond ,so
nothing won? aitoal it for three monthsvheu "Li\v, aiu't ou abhsroed, Jouathun i" tr WE are authorized to announce liALUY T. IIEIPv & KUST.O.olr4.1SSl. the c.rdiuu-y roetbs of Supmn cauuot bo served Room over Earnard* Drag Store. Lutructforu
I j given la the art. A fine size CLoaiera for salt.
crc :.iiit{ a big likely loolJng cnau rode 4' *' I\vish 1 was a nice lit'Ja ribbon, isook/ BLOCKER, Lucira: ; us a can-i'! te for the off ;*: of C9 tf I upon her : September 2), 1SM. qr. 87 tf

tnJ asked uie lor a thunck ol lire." What for r"Cm ? Shtriffof Leon County, at the election in OctoVriwxt Preserves dec.1TST /' in tittrtt'/re Or&r, Thatsci'lDefon-laiitpppfar
.' UV1L'' feLo.: this is e Sutl.v.: 'I'be maybe, you'd tie me round that areni.e May 24. lrt5I.cr "Poelr'rtta' frrni Xe'.v York and answer the Bill of Complainant filed in this cauirouorbef're Notice,
reooivrd -
*- -I per ; the fir.-t in Febn next, or
road nil i rome ii;.'Ut through your new smoke little neck ofyour'n ; and I should like I .; Ginger, Jellies, Jtinif. "West India Sweetmeats, Paid Bill will be taken Mcncuy fr cotlfv. e "
tnuwviiiit; > to be done ?' to be iL-d thar, darned if 1 hhouldn't. \V are autitoiizcd to annouiice DAX1HLMclJAEXY \ American Sweetmeat-, Lol, ters, Chiras S.duion, APitnrazua I J'ratiJed however, Notice c f this order bo publish by mutual cocaent. All ba-ir.ess of the
*'O law iheie mother Jonathanrun candidate for the office of IIor Ra-HJi, Xatural Preserves Quince said firiiiviil Le attended to by J. T. Hernn.N. .
i oa hlall t-ei', said 1 ; w> etllinjr rny boys comes Eqr., a a c : ed in some new.-paper ia Talhthasstc for three raonthsbcLrc
J ordered them (4) tear it down. traTager, !" SheriiI of Leo County the election October nest.7E Jelly, Brsndv Peaches, Lridy Fruits, Green Pea, eaid Ibt ei February nest. W. EASON.Jnlr .
I rted Pickles, .ced Chee Londun Mostard ic. J. T. HERRING.
As () Sj> pate J. V.'AYLES BAKES,Judge,
iL'rc lay tho 1 tgK the jTtttiefet timber \\uhin It is related of the once famous Nicholas tr \ are authorized to announce JOHN r'tTCOX1C |t French Mustard> Oraige, Peuch, and Ro=c \Vaittr. A true copv-.Attest, Mauninetnn. T1t. : 20. 3tuooas

t\\\ milts, nil! bevved Ity my own Laud. I j Hill, the companion of one of the most munijn'cent a*, a candidate for the ofuce ef Tax As
lave neve had the beast to put tlit-m up again. eails of Oxford, that, while travelling Collector fur Leon Couaty, at t the election in BERRY i RO\7LrS, Auctioneer, dc. October 4,151. S3 8m HEIR it RUST have just received by Schooner

elthebig!! niao never cbaugetl coujneuance. 5 Ib5l. O't.r 1..1K51. WJii3t from Baltimore, an as .rtment of Plantation
1 \\iih his lord hip on the continent, a man October nc\t. July ,
lie ran on with his line, and the next day ho poor Received from New York. Castings. I Go"*! ttc t x,con.-i.-tiijf iu part of the folloxvina'ticl -
policit alms in tIe of
faltry .
sum a
ewe back on his return to Hrandon. 1 was ponnv.j rWE are authorized t o announce JE.SSE M.KOBLT.TSOX. A (GENERAL autment i.f Pots, Cveiy, SpiJtrs, '*' Cotton and Linen O-naLurj, S-4,7-Sr
j A penny," s-aid lull, and w hat ifi 1 thould S PICED Oyster*. IMile-j Assorted, Preorrvc As- low and 4-4, Drown Shirtings and Drills, 5, 6. and 10-3.
ofTtr ,
Tax JjLKettles' \\hich
1..igv: lii'k'd uiththe! notion of the railroad SP n canuJdate for the office of sorted, Brandy IV-aclio Li"n Syrup, Yino ar. ; te., &c, vv
lining and Liascy 20O
ten I"i Brown Kersey,
give pounds, man '' HEIR A RUST.
.d U.ce before door. | you Afc.-.esKT and Collector for Loon Cooity, at the election C55iT 1 and Wine"Africa'i IL-d Pepp (in Coff.-e.) September .i'. IfeSl.; 37 "
a t-toj;ping: }> tight my i *iVn pounds5! exclaimed the beggar j jI pair Xeirnj LAnk! ; and 0 pieces Beil Blaaketa,
1 entered bis bundled and foity acres of land.My ; in October next June 1-1, 1831. I I M."ec.iroiL Ycrruicnlli, Y-.u-t Pov.-d r in Packages, ; South Florida Arrow Root.3rr Back! Mirod an.l Pan.'y CVi'Kmeres tor 1'ants KenJ
ten ;pounds \\liv, it would make a man Tobacco, Donanre. On 'vcll. AVhit .s T1o; Grape 1'-t j and CI. ths
| Jean-, Satthietts Felt > FlanreX
ucipihorfe 6iiJe'd the tatebou&ehere. POUNDS fre h ARROW ROOT,
just re-
; get iofme !" t-r WE ate authorized to announce JOIIX II.IU10DE.S. Chewiiw. 4 Pipe llartcll Bran-1/. "Whiskey from 15C5 j ; eeived from Kev West Fur sale low bv Bed Tick. Bleached Shirtlarjs and Sheetings of all
The smiled and nodded he
big man ; I "Take it, then," rejoined the almoner, and as a candidate f.-.r. the office of Tax ASMpor --* I to 'il.-frPipe )iafrriitViu', Snyir Crus-hed and G. i J. MEGINN'IbS. I Tdih-s Ttmweling. nibrica.! lliindkeri-hiefs, Frinta,
Jaunted out w here the cars would stop, and Pu 'kreI. Loaf Sugar, HaniHn bit Smoking Toliacco d\j iitt it ic.
hnnt'ed him the fcuni.j and Collector Lr Lec-n Couuty, at the election inOctolxr ;t September 27, 1S51. S 4t Alpacas, Mu-lia L< >. Gingham, ,
vlere the (lovetuor would like to have a Powder in kc 4 and i, Shot A ortcil iiz?*. (Cof- ] All of Lich will be sold 1-j-K"
fummer! seat-aud when he went, be earned j That night be made the following entry inI next April 19, 1851.C3JT i f.-e .la>-a, Ilio and 1.171:1111. PaiuififlJuckot Tub". I Fall and Winter Goods. HEIR i RUST.
I the eatl's account book :-Kxpentes-lietn: Erw-jis, Cedar Tub Stives, ic. All of which -R-iU [ 20 ISfil. Z1 tf
M" y three thousand dollars for me, all b two ; WJ are authoii/ed to arnowuce COUNCIL for cash bv | T> ECE1VED pt-r scLoouor Eluabetli an aaacrtmratIt September ,
to m'Aing a man, JL'IO. U'iten this tingu- be sold low
lit rieees and B. ALLEX cmdidate! fir the offiee of Tax- Of FALL AND Y.'INTER GOODS, consdatinjia
picayunes. EKJ u.n a ; A. II. FELKELL. and Twine.
Bagging Rope
lar charge vas exjiluiiu-l to tha carl, be aljlowed !- of ,
Wefl EaU i ** J At'scs. nod Collector for L *n Ccinity, at the election 4. If31. M tf pirt
squitv, get : .
rappose you
it \\ilb much good humor. Kersey, Eloiicfs, io.Bruwii TUST received, ajor d eipp-ly of Gcuny. Dundee,
te ,ii jO in Oftcbcr next August ?, 1E. Just Received f roa Xe\7 Tork. and Bleached Shirtings and SheetiHg*, *J Kentucky, and Sea Island Bagswj, Bale Rope,

"Stranger," solemnly replied the sqture, JoLn Uandulpli wr s a :nau of eccentric 7E ate autLorlzod t. JEIT- Ptroijan Pe gc-danl Se\vod f>>ots. Ladies Knj h>h and American Prints, and Twine, which will be s-Jii a* low aa any iu tha

4'1 never KI w the big man afterward s ; 1 heard genius, and often by the ijuair.tness of a sentenee KIP 1 Ties Burkina. Shprwrs, La-lies Patent Lu Brown. LLtck an.! Grey Kentucky Jeans, market Cull and see ua. '
COAT as a candidate fiT the to more of the rond. Here's my smok house left his hearers end Eiuimeled Jenny IJn>KBoy3 Kip Brigan.s, Men'sWomen's Blue, BLick and Grey ,
or a question, an
upon for Loon at tin election in October Carolina September 20, I8a1. G7 tf
Ctuity, Caif Sh..ci, Gt. Bts| Kid da ic. Striped
My old woman's got the empty ttock- impression never to be forgotten. It is rolatcd IhStt. AlSO, White end Red Flannel*.

);L litre's what they ter.t me a (cerlUic te of him that at one thru he took an old favorite A 1O0d nwrtniont c.f D.iaio(! and Ff>rei n Dry Ladies and Gentlemen's super. JlerinD Vests. ClothingT7"E -. ,

Gn the Brandon Hntik ttock) for the money, : negro servant of Us, upon om> of the :-.2?*" WJi nre authorized to tuitjouncc KLVAKLii. ) I > G Khl=. Clothing. hats. nn'I! Cap1?, Saddliry. Hard ALSO, \ are no\r receivicir from New York a gencral

d if you've got a tt-n dollar mint tlroj in highest peaks of the Blue Hi Jge, and after be- \\ ET, Esq., as a cuudi Jatc fur C rrty Siirvejt-r ware. Hollow ware, Cutlery, Fancy Goods &c. For A general asbortment of Fall and Winter Clothing. V V as3 *tmer.f of FALL and WINTER CLOTHIXO -

ctr purse, 1 on ready for a swap !r' coining hilled with the sublimity of the scene, at the flintiou ia Octol-er next Aug. 23,1SS1.ii sale br. GEO. II. BEST WICK.October. ALSO, which will be sold low. HEIR & RUSt

he turned round his slave and addressed r TTTrr i r Tunia i'' HIIIIIB to aTaMiran t : 4 1F.31. a 3 _tf An assortment of Ladle, Gaiters, Walking d, September 20. l!:j. 87 tf
Uttt! ) A correspondent of} hiai thus : Ho ; Hob !"-tho negro turned md There will be a Regular ilivtin? id fJACKsOX and Kid Slir-i>crs. For sole at the lowt-yt prices bvG. _
we Boston Post LODfii; Xo. 1. j 'I U5T RECEIVED, pcrtrig "John StroudMfrora t J. MLGlNNlSd": Bagging, Rope, and Twine.
rehtes the fallowing anecdote towards his master: who added in a slow and ; tLUcvtaiiuj, at 7J
of GttG.iin-aw of the merchant feolemu fob If after thi.* Vj oVJock, at the 5la-onic HalL Ilrctirca in Si Xew Yoik _September 27. 1551._ 8_4t ]TTENTCCKY BAGGING,
cue lone, any one, 15 bales J. J. and 1 vd. Unbleached Shirtings, -
p:mm: \ good fcUuduij; veiling the c-hy ere invitwiCHAilLLS'n -Li. Gunny din
W sa\sthere i is no GoJ; tell l.bi John! HanJolphc :: DYKE, Suntary.Octilier IQ Cotton Osnburgh Notice. Sea Island do.

1aiw e bnre aeedote to ti-II] aLfrut Mr. he lies." 4, 1851. 1 -'. Blanke THE undersi ced will receive seated projtosal un- Ie.t Kentucky BaIt Rope, .

tbItli' mcr before in print, and -----aanaan 4 K''r--ty the tenth day of Oototar next, K.r building a Baling Twine;ia, Ac. F '" ala by "

tvbirhw* dunltufii rumsc our mercantile ?Ir. smith, you saidou once officiated 2.10 piece Calict\ BRIDGE acnt-s the Ockk-ektiiee Ki\er at the placoknov'u .' A ?. MEGIXXIS3.f.t .
rtidt : n not gh'e cfiiaee to our ia the pulpit and Counsellors at Law 5 tion and timenipIts! *'i/
Iiend. Attorneys :
e Jippened preached I" incut tf Good for Family and .
aort Dry ?
t(| Jje preset) wcn central Th Bridge, inchwiiiig abutments, four hundred andscventvtvo .
the ,occurreijee took placP. A gentleman '' No sir, I held the lamp for the man what ALL1GATOK, i:. FLA.1L Plantation purw'-ie. Fr-r rile by IVt-t !
IT I'3"' 'n the street, atid a brief con- did." Wnrr SMITH. I iL O'Kains BEUKY t: ROLES, Auctioneers, ic.Octol Nine arcbe* to be jilaied in the bed of the River- O. & J. JIEGIXXI33.

,a asked fciui to lend upon! him ten dollar, Ah the court nndcrsfood you different.Tliey .- O'Efe at Alligator.: | Office at X, \MuuiAVille.Jlefer !! >cr4. IfiSK SO the ardi iti the ccntiv of ihe streiun being is feet Iii;li, September C.J851. ,Z5 4t

as he was 6joit! -oot for snjiposed that the discourse came from to C..1. H. S. Sini.r.v, bavannih ; Ju-l.j*' THOMAS Groceries, &c. and the Bridge to be leveled by that arch-the archw Piano for Sale. .
1i aa uncommon thing: 1)tl.AJ.ckoiiiviImt ; CV1. .1. I'AJS ()c41a.. to exjKind from the capsill. to the foot to such extent
:ai at that thn. It was many months ago.r. you. Odobir 4, Ih.'il. 1 "HUH V.'m R. I',-ttp ," from Xrw Orleans, as to fct-euro the greatest practicable amount eftrcrigtb. A HRST-R ATE second-hand PIAXO, for sale tow

.taw raiing his spectacles! :eplied : No, sir-* I only tht owed a little light on j. 10,0ftf Kib'''ed Sides r-nd SltouWerp, -t\. Apply at this Office. .

'41e1*' Wr' wjt1 I'leasurc, on one condititni .'- FORWARD &. TOIVLE, :5 Caks very best Family Sugar Cured 2 post*. 12 inches square, to each areh.-l cap-d Atlzu't ht'. 1S5I. 2 tfCiroceriea.

." Xo Mr. Smith. Crier wipe nose Hams[ 12 by 14 inches and 14 foct long to each archI 4
., your Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chiacery, 1 Smoked Beef,
;'vbat I horizontal brace or frill 12 inches square, to be revived from New Orlerjia echr.Wm. R
is that and call on tho next witness.A Bbls Bi 1151 per
2 Hominy, *
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. tenanted and morticed into each post, 6 fet from ti 1'etto .

'Vky. that when we next, meet, you will Scotch paper tells ns of a pensive urchin WM. A. FoEWAais I SiuoxJjaffnffot. TuurL. 1 Box** Buffylo Tongues, the foot-1 braces 10 by 12 to each arch; the 4 Casks Side,
turn French Lemons
your fccftwvard* tne, l-ok pU-asint and who said to his instructress : ; Aiiffutiinc. j 1 two bottom brac:. to be tenanted and morticed into 40 Lb1,. Extra hour

!ot tuna, jj away. lend Mr. a bin.lil Aunty what conies / the auld moon ?I" Octobtr 4, 1K51. 3 5, Bi D1)l:,s. 3I&s llio ftiff.5 Poik-*,, the ixKst cinl horizontal I race or sill The top braces 40 Ohio '
: : and
Fun) f ; to I*} tenanted and morticed into the posts cap 5 kirrcl* Leaf Lard,
wonrj-aUatamontli "Deed laddie I'm the "
ago and t-ver no very sure, wa Svrup.

,,1ct Liace tliaiuiue t he has cut me most decidedly.' tardy reply ; they may chip them deco and Groc2ries.lUST 2 lI-bk Pirown Sn nr extra quality, tilk The other arches to be constructed of timber of the All 50 of sacks which Corn ill,be at sold cost'low. for* caIi. by '

lam where I will, on Stale street Comvt makes stars o* them." received, per Pocuhouta* and John SrctJ&J 1 White Clarified Sugar, tame dimension and in the same manlier, except that A. U FELKELL.

erj4 or iu the} Kxchanjje and he al- from New York, i mbh.Cru-hed the horizontal brace or sill is to be omitted, and a August SO, 1851. 34 tf '
*aJMuru 0 j:7-:: Why is a person looking at himself in 2i Boxci ibarco, f a Ltir.l, mud till Kulwtituted, 20 feet lung and 12 incheswmare

w his face away. When I lend a a glass like Kolin&on{ C'jusoe, on the hand 25: Xo. S.wp, 1 Lard Oil. with the pot-ts tenanted and morticed into it A Card. ', i

> money and be is owing me I want him! of Juan IVinandezf Because he is monarch 5 Ebls X. E. Rum, -It M. cry best SpanL-h Cigars, lie above timber are to be of heart cypress, except milE exercl of ML's CLATTOS'S SCHOOL will'

4 look to full ia the fate ns if Motl| ng ,iad of all he survey 6 Monngicla Whiid.ey, 5U' BbL Superfine] Flour, the mud tills, which arc to be of the heart of yellow -L commence on Monday,. September 1, ISI, at
fW? eniHl ; and then I that! be lend It; American l iandv, 2 i ** Extra: Fatnilv Flour. For sale bj
willing to the- School House attached to St. John's Chnrdi.
MID asaiii." Ycwsjiapers.-Thiere are fifty three newspapers 4 >L ]I'robldad C", BERRY i ROWLES Auctioneers 1)ine.The sleepers to l>e 10 inches square with a lap one August 23, 1S51. 33 tf
In.$ j is published in North Candida ; eight in 4 Mauou! Octol'er4, Mt\. 59 and a half feet on the arch at er.ch end, and fevcnflfejHM '
veritable story.VoucsrEI Delaware ; forty-fhe in .South Carolina ; nine JO Sacks Rio CofL-e, Committed to each arch ; all to b* of the bes-t heart of Laborers, take Notice. i
1C P. R. do. Two tills or braces, 6 by 10, to be ten .
yellow pine.
Mass. Sfpt 1C. ty-four in > jrgiuu ; lifty-three m Geoigia ; i I'ijKs French Brandy, -, rpO Jail in Tallahassee on Saturday the 27thVjiv anted and morticed into the jKwts of each arch, six \TTANTED immediatelr. to work oil the Florida

and nine in Florida. Mustard, Powder, Shot, Xutnfegs, Salerutus. Yiue- JL September, a nogrc man who"eays his inches Mow the cap fill, to act as crippling brace-tobe and Georgia Pknk'Road, a L\KGE XUM

The Tree Soil .Stale Convention met to- "The little dailing, ho didn't strike ?Srs. gar, Loaf and Granulated Si'grj-c.! Pickled S.dmon, ? L name is Charles and that lie belongs to. Mrs. of the heart of yellow pine. The- bridge to be BERet able bodied laborers, white and black, to
day at )11 Mackerel Table Salt Lead tc. For kate i.itcRryili- Gailsdcn Ccuntv. Said .is whom good"ire en* will l>e given. Arh lr to
o'clock. One thousand delegates Smith's baby n did he I It was a by negro. covered with heart yellow pine plank, 2 inches thick, *
** Mwt-nt. Ue puipose, GLO. II. BEST WICK.OCtdIl about 31 or 35 years t.f ago, five feet 5 or 6 inches and to be 12 feet wide between railings. Iluiliiigs 4 JAMES L. TOMPKINS, Contractw- .
Wilwn called
the [ Henry mere accident, wasn't it dear I". Yes, mar, *! 4, 1P51. 9 high copper complexion. The owner i is requested to by C, of same material, to be properly braced, and all At 'Camp'near'Xcwport.
P toavention to order, and said that the to be wire it wa', nnd if he don't behave himself come forward, j>rove r>rcperty, pay charges, and take the work to be done in a workman-like manner. August t a, 1851. Cl .2mBOLLXNG

gMgs| iM-re should regain; the control of the I'll crack him again." ..UaggingRope, and Twine. him away, or he will be
The Hon. Horace chosen Win. It PettesTO JOHN"II. RHODES,jailor. convenient the
Mann was : PER anew or repaired so that a ascent to
Ire5iJentzr'4T llorri'l !-A boy who had been attending 1'iect Kentucky Bagging, O"toVr. 4 18R1. S9 tf Bridge may be had. & -

a colored funeral', was asked on his return &o C4i1 RpC Notice. The early completion of the contract being greatly AVING resumed '

( : ; ;' said where he had been. He replIed very quickly, lot Lbs. Bagging Twine. For tale by the of desired, those making propoeaU will state at what II tenders hw services to the
indebted to James L.
('Orieejj an impudent wag a 1 have been a black-Lurying." BERRY t OWLES, Auctioneers, 4c.Octhber ALL p'rons deceased time they \k ill finh the work. A preference will be Office at Quincy. 'if'S '
of Hamilton County
fp, I know a beautiful creature 4, 1W1. *s ore required given to such proposals as bind thcinach to com -
'vhI( cholera has been to make and nil having demand
The payment pcrwHW
idies tearful
to make your acquaintajice. making ravages plete the contract at the earliest day. M. A. LONG & J. P.
( to hear H fine at Batavia. Throughout the Dutch Salt. wjainst nu'id estate, ore required to present JOHN S. SHEPARD.
pl, ttruck with mvnce.wipiiosc postesHons them duly authenticated within the time prescribed H' aRsooiated
*h!" Yes, terv much it i is estimated that from 12,000() to 150October SACKS of Soli ia Store And for salo bv. law, or they will be barred. JOHN J. MAXWELL, practicing Law, will 4

(* fclictlunUra would mnke a capital 13,000: were attacked during the last vhita' ELIZABETH ROCS, Adm'r. JAMES WILLIS. any otu-iiiess entrusted to their

i uy-iaatL for her little poodle dog." tion, of which number fully one half perished. 4 1651 i A. n. FELKELL.J if October 4, IEI. 39 tf September 27, 1S3I. S3 2t [Sentinel. July 26,1851. U

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A. E. M. D. FAIT. Towle & P. P. LEWIS I !cgnl btcrlhamt11tg I The mot extraordinary COvi'-yin Iht J
Amendments to tho M.VXWELU Myers, the great Rernedlifor .Uan ",1 Bfa:riri.zr E

? : CONSTITUTION OF Sl'\TEOlo''LORIDA. MAXWELL & PAPY, HAVE on hand.and are now receiving.a new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. !

1 ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, asortment of GOODS consisiiug ol ROOMS in the new building immedi In Chancery. I. II. G. I'arrell's Celebrate ArabUu LJ
Gold Lever Hunting Watches East of the Post Office! wherehe h .
thr tlenrral and GADSDEN
.fII"/(1 Fifffi .lasemWy, pub. TALLAHASSKi M.OKIDA.
l Gold Anchor Lever do will be unless cures
"\ professionallycngagfiL performed
; I. ,f ti.J in tide X1T Section 2 July 4 1551. TilE time
vf.lt ,
irmaHCC CHAMBERTallahassee,
Ft-1>nw>ry S, 1851. 5 Silver Lever Hunting do September 7, 1850. 35 AT : .. in the day of old, "4 Anb.11.
'. *L44r of the Contlitutwn.AN Silver Anchor Lever do Genoa C. Townsend, ) upon a* the result of magic, bat thee Inckf4

,. .". CHARLES. DOWNING, Lapine and common do PREMIUM COTTON GINS. vs. }J- Bill for Divorce. come intimate with the history we canbe bate; "*.
"": : ACT* to amend the KiercnthCIaiKeofllio: Fifth AT LAW Gentlemen's and Ladies Bosom PinQ.3 Catharine L. Townsend. ) for their surprising Tvf"UBt
COUNSELLOR ; power du
ATTORNEY AND! general a'- TAYLOR A! CO.. Proprietors of Ihe Co- over a>e
I :; ''t.t Article "flh"C'J"litulln I ol I his Stale ; Int aIn Tallahassee Florida. ..orlment of Ear and Finger Rings Gold Guards andes ET. Cotton Gin Manufactory, have I the sat- IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Comf, by t taininent.iin the ksowlrdge of medicine ibrir "'

'.1. \. to ItlIJ1 Act amendatory, of thr %rlllhCUue ) K Fob and Vest I Chains Seals, Gold and Silver i ienci1 faction' lo announce to their patron and the Plan- affidavit in this cause filed, that Catharine L. wonder of the age, \1 t..'.* it the Mine .t'e I .
: of the Fifth .\llidt.orthf t Con titiition j ofthi tOtilee nt the Capital Ihe Defendant in this cause, resides be- of IinmeIimei_
: P ,GOld Pens.Goll1and Silver Spectacles G.-ld l eM generally throughout the Cotton re- Townsend ence Chemistry which with them bad i .
: :I: t t State, and' adapted by the Third and Fourth f March 15, lt-51. 10 tCW. Sleeve, Collar and Hosom Button.' *, Silver Pearl, and g lion that they aie prepared to supply growing number ond the j uidiction of this Court, and out of the W a4 to the lest ol the world a scaled book lfI I".

r ,-i: teurt.t'I1t*. so as to give the Election or( Shell Card Cases Gold and Silver ThimbUs fine cf their celebrated PREMIUM GI\S. any State of Florida : in Botany I they were t the most zealous tor!Iui lId

? : '.: 1.1... I People G. M. DAVIS, t Fan. Silver and RulTjIo Combs. Where these Gins have been once used it would It is Ordered That the said Defendant: do appear, t the beautiful groves which skirt the drrU en rfi, I%

: :& SBmioN l He; it rnnftnl by the Senate and ATTOUNKY AT LAW, Also, French Mojitle Clocks. Table! Knifes, Tea bTias e deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers lead, answer, or demur to the said Bill ot Complaint bia,abound rare plant and odorous! wwnlj I I .
\ t. of the Statr of FlorU'lin Pialed and Silver Ware Silver Table within three months or said Bill will be U- obtained t hose .-h'Ie
lfrrcll"trn and TeaSpoons are aromantic
word in their favor
his abode at Tallaha) c"ee, and will a I as I they feel confident I he machines gums and (
r UeiteritAtKfmMyeantened, Tlial; the Eleven I JI'taken: uji in the Courts of the Middle, District Plated Spoons, Fork, Cr-am and Soup Ladles have been brought to Inch perfection that t ken fro confesnoand I that this cause be set for hears, sam. of which thi* incomparable linlmtant; bal.

.' .4. I Ji Cla'itof. Ihe Fifth Article IhtConliluliur! and ot Franklin and Jack*<>n Counties. Plated Waiters do..Tea Sets 1 CastorCandle- I heir superior performance will recommend I them, i ing at the next term of Ihe Circuit Court for Gad.en .- rO"l.'d.andbywhoestlmula'int.unduou.. IH/IDI.
f ; of thiStal' and aUo an Act entitled4 An Act to March !!. IS.'iO. J slicks, Solar Lamps Silvr and Gilt Girandoles. i in preference 'to all other Gin now in use. Fot the d County' October next, and that this i Order I be I ing and Anodyne properties it is, when amliittantaneonih p'nctn! .
'. t t amend |h* Twelfth I CI\ ,.1| the Filth Article ol Also fine d/ible hanciled, Guns, Shot and Game satisfaction ol those who have not used Ihe Gmit. mblished in some public newspaper printed in !thi* dilo ltd through the whole !.

:.:. the r.ilitutio of I .!, SI.1. fin that the Judges ot SAMUEL HOYT & CO. l Ra?*. and FJa.k.fine pr>cktl Knive-. Porte' Monnie, and are unacquainted with their reputation, thl. Pro. Slale.once a week for three months, and thai Complainant system, allaying the moat intense pain in the fleri0!"!
I ,
'J". ;: the Circuit Cauits shall I lint i their olliccs for f the Port Folios Violins, Claronels, and Flutes, fine Razors piiclors need only say, (that Ihe FIRST Premiums take testimony in the cause. i ibly short time of 10 or 15 minutes. ]r, ;mnc.j-

I I. term of eight v-ari, of during good behavior GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strops, &.c.Rest h iiave been awarded to" them for the REST GIN exliibiledat J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. ptompt, powerful and effectual without theT"danger.

j ," be, and the same are hereby >o ;amendrd aiI ix Till nrviNO AM -4l.1i0: OK quality and gt'nerala"rlmf'nl of Perfnmerv,, the great State Fair held at A'lanta.Geor. A true copy-Attest, II penetrates the flfsb lot he bone

read JH ".,10\1, \'il: That. on" the first Monday Every Description of Agricultural Implements &p.. Sic. TOWLE & MYERS gia; also, at I the Alabama and Gerrgia Agricultural R. C. LESTER, Clerk. contracted ci ids, restore use to limh which, rel "1

i il O.'I.b.r. I t year ot.e t,1"1",1, I tight., hundred 1 .fXJ) jrI 1 ClIlXlm i: September, 1550. 28 and Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus ; and at (the July .3, IS'il. 2rt 3m been palsied for year, canning the shriveled 11 h"
; ..", and fifly-Uuee, and on the fn.t : \' in October I --- annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute at grow out and rich blood (circulate lhroo"h its1'1t, I,

rvcr.v .i.iat t h.rcafcr. t 'rp shal he elected by ISO, (((",'. wiJ French Burr Mill Stone* ; Enl.l.l. Bonnets, &c. Charleston. The Cotton ginned on these Gins received In Chancery. I It restore. the Svno,ial 1 Fluid) or Jointthis \ !

.." Iheq1u1ifeJ (( of llp respective Judi supu CtJiigcn.; Cuihn and IJolting Cloth*..- received a general n.rtml'nt! of Ladies and the first Premiums at the exhibition held in IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. t is !the reason why I it has been so uniTf".fr'and
rC2fulin !
4 l .of tin Slate one Judge ol the Circuit i Alx>, every kimlf 1'nnluiv nh and South mIdI *es Spring and 1 Summer llorinit Straw nnd) CharlestonSouth Carolinaand at Fairw here William W. Cheever, Complainant! curing all diyea.-H-nof the Joinlj. i In t\\ '
: Court, who shall reside in the Circuit for which he t'.\.It pjiid"fir AVocil, links, Dct-r) Skins and :ll every i iot.s of he .
$ I I rfiu; Silk Jenny I.in-1 Hat. GeIit4. 15m I them have been exhibited. tI". ic afTt-ct I Spine,Liver Lungs anthis l./d
imv beettcte.i. anJ continue in otllce for the term !I Fur l Pearl Leghorn Panama aiul Palm; Inf lint, Frt-m-h The Proprietors have in I their posci'sion: nuuier- Ellen A. Rrockenbroush widow and administratrix I, great Arabian remedy standt onparalMJed''V't'A /

cif six i years trim :and alter (the first day of January SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L UILBO.AMT.EMIX Sprig* amid W"f'lIh"llit( (, and! colored.) and! fi-t I ou* certificates from Planter Cotton Crokrrs Coin- of William II. Brockenbrouih. dtcea.rd, Lucy :ue Cake or Enlargement: of the Spleen ill'( a'cific ,,
remoH.dullIl..I s
fievt siirceedin.1' hi* election! % suoni-r white and I colored Flo 'r Mattinir. Fan, 'arai.Is, I'a- miion Merchants: and Manufacturers! of Cotton Brockenbroui:!h. Arthur S. Brocbcribwush. Th w. ; and t for Rheumatism it has performed 'rife
in thi. Constitution KIT 't
made '
4 tho provisions : Inulaxn: .: ra-ollcttes. unit Sun Shade.'. Ioiinrt! Sa-h. Xeck and) Good, testifying that the performance of the Gins W. Rrockenbrouah, Georze L. Brockenbrou, .the l most extraordinary lifts fIn record; at.e'*t
t. addicss
the removal of Jadje; by ol duty or other impeachment rasondhlecju : : )1C1''r .t di, Savannali Ga. Cap RiblmiH block, white and coor il Satin RFor l.111Inli., and the sample produce.! by them cannot be excelled George S. Hawkins and Mary R. Hawkins his C ramps. Swelling*, Pains, WoamN, Chiltljin,t
wilful or i
n t Li! AnJ for rnA KUS & ]''n.\STI.E\, sale by HEIR A RUST. by an\' Gin ever manufactured. wife, Thomas W. Brockenbrounh and John W. Burns, White Svvellins; Tumor, &.c Jtc j, .

'f'(. li'f'1 *!, waich the slull Governor nat be shall nutlu'ient ground of for them impeachment .. AV i n-TKUtt )PALMES u April \\. 1851. 15 All orJC'rs'fnr Gins, given either fo our travellingor Brockenbrongh, infant children of John W. Brock. equally efficacious in di>ea* of Animsl IlIC'hIt

: n-m.ive any SwifT, DCXSI.OW A Co. local Ac 'nla, or11 warded to the Proprietors by enbrough deceased, Lucy Maxwell, ElizabethV. F itiilaPoll Evil.Sweene.x,Si itt CompUmt'".'
of two-tliitd of I the Gl.'lll'fdllSl'm.
the aldres
on t he WM. I'. MILLIR r .t Co, New York.Rr Notice.COOrERS. mail will always receive prompt attention. Gins Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Ctmamt' t FarcySitraiim' Bruise, \', ond". M n-rP j .tillI't'r.

t, My.li..t\: be Provided stated,al!lOlrr"rT.in That such I address cause! ,and or causes'entered (;.r.LFs Nonis \>oA CF. .. 11o..t.I1. .c t WHEEL WRIGHTS WA JfJ-: will be lent to any part of the country, and warranted plin Sims, widow and administratrix: of William! i ns, WindgalNf Splint ; and for nearly all'd; n.
length -
) the Journal of each : .',' provideIfurL.vr. 'S It.J I]"HMIS, EMJ., Xo\V I/Olldoll Ct. excellent opening: for a fw g'NNI| work (10 give satisfaction. W. Sims,deceased,Martha Mason Sims, ai.d Far- either in man or bl'or."hil'b r require tnut"rllal'f fplication

Tlllt on thi ran* nr rou. >. ,'>.ll l"o notified the II. S. McCoMKK, KNJ: AVihningtoii! Del. nifn of alMive trades: ]'utticularly if .tea'ly, indu,tri- JOS. L. DUTTON. Agent. ish Carter, Defendants. (lib Liniment ttands at the ball. ala
'.. JuJje .i. intended to he removed and he shall bt'l' ,'pt'T111I'r ro. 1851. ::I5 tf 0111 and willing to work for nii vii.iblf: j':iy.: It would Columbus! Ga., Februaiy S, I Sol.! 5 I ly B[ Y virtue of an Order of the Judge of the CircuitHollingti' medicines.

admitted! LI a hearing in hisown defence before I'RUSl'KC US i IH! wor.-c thai unless for others to entertain n thought' Court of the Middle Circuit ol Florida, granted

f tote for such removal shall pas*; and in such cases any, OF THE of coining to NEWPORT.May Just. Received and for sale low by in this cause on the ICth September, in.-lunt' we Liner Complaint, Ery-iprlns ff RfirtimatRAVWICK J' tlTt l.
10 Ii() 1851. 18 will, offer for sale before the Court Hou.e door, in MARION' Co. Kr
the vote shall be taken by seas and nays, and entered J. WILLIAMS, May 27, 15.1).
SOIL OF the of Tallahassee the
THE t City First in
I on th, Journals of cich ll"n'e, reM>ectiveIy.SKC. Monday Mr 11. G. 'ARRF.LL-D'ar Sir : Your
r'PHE iimlerMgneda Committee: oll"Jbl'ation.on Lands and Pensions.pHEundcisigned.havingrnadearrangunentsvfith MANILLA nUll Cot Rope, assorted eizc December next, at public auction, the fillowiiig desrribed Liniment
: 2. Deillm'lha' enacted That said election Bounty i selling very ,\1:11. and doing a vast
I cfcalof
.'t I _L the part of the Mucogeu and Ru,scll .Agriculi Spmks. and Axes, LANDS, to wit I : p,,d,.
and the returti.thereofrnde
Khali conducted, I I in / : mong' ,the people. It has cnred a badca
i t ) Society, respectfully invite attention Ww-ding tI.. Patent ditto Five thousand eight hundred and forty acre of Enml
the manner now prescribed, or which may hereafter I, pt.blic toIlht' JL a competent and expeiienced Agent illl the Cit pri.AH.and another of a BAD PAIS THEMIAT"
I Bake
Pots. Spider, Land in Gadaden County carved out of Forbes'Purchase
lie prescribed by law for the fleet inn of member to i f"lIowit'l' l'ro.pectuof a Monthly Journalto t of Washington and bring now provid d with I the A lady, who was confined I 10 her bed for [
01.1 and Young Townend'g at and around x .
Sars.ipnnllo Estefinalgi BluB fri
Congress ; and i i' shall be the Jllly of I he Governor publi-hed in thiscity, under the auspices of the above approved and recni-ile forms, vv ill attend to the ed being months w ilh LIVER CO)!PL.\I\T andntCTrOlt
Trace Fifth Halter Breast six hundred and of James
; named Association. Stretcher, and Log forty acres Innerarity'sReserve or
issue cifltflii'fl1 under the s"J.lol the State
to .
a l clion of Claims hy po.vtrs of' attorney for Hmuilv, nit "hwa..eIlIJttlcurl.'d byth u
to t Ihe [)"!thin receiving the highot numbet of votes I The work will he devoted to the interests of ,\; Land, Pensionamid Claims: l fir> Loses and Scrvi" Cluiin of five thousand acres, lyitig next to Robina Arabian Liniment, She said, I the doctor: pjcar
in the Judicial Di.trict in which the election i ishad. I r kull UI e end I 11111''Icullllft., Domestic and Rural Economy. I Strap IliiKre*. Patent Ralanre..C.OO lb.. 'three hind red and twenty acme tract at her It has been conlJda
res upon I the United States Government.Olliccrs ( nogood. applied to a fresh
Under thee several heads, will! .be included, of the SK'iiiKnives| m""t'i.Uc'14.! l'ercu..iol'Clp.', t the South! point of that flt'seIVeli appear by In- ctucd in short time. I have been tnl.nJ(
I Sr..:. 3. fir it further enacted That whenever. all t 1 i t hat concerns the culture of Crops, he i impiov< and soldiers war ot hl-2.| or of any Ct'ire Mill*. Cotton Card.. Thermometer. nerarily'sdeed to Joseph M. While,andthe remaining RHEUMATISM a for t lime and afflicted with
a long
of f tlu- Indian \>arskince I IT'XJ! areiiilitUd to I'ounty jusr btfore
p the General seinbly' shall cieate a separate Supreme ment of.I I the Soil I, the management of t the FJlln.lhe I Cut Nails, Wrought) Nail!,*. Horse Slum Nail., i five thousand two hundred acres adjacent it l much that I a wet
m Lands undir the late Act of( pell paine me so had
Congress. For no '
the Orchard the Flower Yard services '\ lltlr. and Cane Seat Chairs Willow t thereto described in the deeds of the Apalachicola pearr j]
e Court, or Chancery' I ourt, under t the provisions Gjidi'ii and f thellouekeeper's rendered a moderate cornl',. .**atlnn will I b.- Wagon.*, day ; and in the night I elmmeneedbathinmrardrmiL
1 of this Constitution, ; the Judges them shall. I l Department. In I their, connexion charucd, deliver i/f the warrant Bucket.: Tnl" Piggins, il''tTray*, Broom., Land Comjiany Joseph M White. bing with Liniment,and before I
the your
'I La elected in t th. manner: provided in t the tiitt>cti f ,
this act, and i-hall hold' their otliccs lor t the same of i the hud, will receive their approl.riatcallention. G. %V. I1UTCHINS. Si.II.s superior 5 s Tt-bacco, Hail Road SnnfT. County, to wit: Lots number nineteen twenty .

S term and be subject to alt the provisions of said fust;t March 20, IS:1. 1'i (tf Rio, I-Mguyra, ami Java Coffr-. coarse A fine Salt, t twenty-four, twenty-five, in the Wakulla survey, .
,: bad ion : I'utoihJ hamper" 1'0111 the Ju.lgos of the i'ie! '' Soil of th l'ulh"'i11 be ur.dcr Ihe editorial -' -------- .--- Sp Ailiiniuntine, Star arid Wnx Cantlle, and Lot number seventeen, (fractional,) in Hjrtiield Complaint,Sore Sireenry, Dhttmpcr, Coil,anj
isUjircme! Court hall be elected by general ticket ;. ; ssipeivi-ion' cit Charles A.l'I'Jho.ly. E-1r., and Sight Exchange Iloxt-s I.rown S 'P. ditto for the Toilet !survey and six hundred acres in I the WakuIIa survey Eyt.1 Cured.

and the JuJge of I iheClianiviv: Couit hall hi elecleJ Col James. Cliainb'*. >:r. Peabodv has been fci Gnvn Hlk. 'l'tii. Pirklo., I cinon Syrup. Claret adjoining lot number nineteen-this last 600 M. Mitchell, Postmaster at Fiat, F Jfen c. a

by geneial ticket, or by Districts, as the Legislature : \\oarsconncctcd \\ il h t he Agricultural Prt'*, all" O NEW YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON: JSoda jiiid hitter Cr.u-ker, l 1'lIIc Apple) Cheese, acres I l-ss by 300 acre releasi d by While to L'trrien. says :
I may direct. I s eij-iallv dis-tinguifchid as a Piaclical and Scientific; for sale, in sums to suit', by Ikimn. Lard Flour Mackerel The term of sale will be as follows: One-third Mr. H.G. FARRELI.: YOBT Arabian Lisjh ,

h Sec. 4. lie it further t'nacThat should a L Fanner and Gat tiner. Col. Chamhfii, is one of( t the' THOMAS J. PERKINS, Loaf and 'Cm-he Sugar with! tin u.*u.il good oswrtiiKntof cash, one-third at twelve months and one-third at I highly praiatd btre. We cured one cthur !fltgLh.r1:
'..c.aocoecur in either the Supreme, Chanrrry. mo-i i inteiliztnt atilt ucces-ful Planfeisin! i t the South. October 1Q, l ic-.O.; 40 Au'ent. M.irine P.ink.,, article in the Pry Good ; two vears-the credit instalments to draw ei-dit percellI. I l es tl the Still Complaint hy alcnf hot. fiv

Circuit Court hy death, fe-ignaliun, removal, or They will be a sis-Nd by an able corps of Contribu. -- -- -- Shoo Hat, Hardware. Cmcki-ry.' Saddlery, interest per annum from the day (,f saltand I application*.and I rurednnenf'my i>wnnfney.

,itherwi e. it shall! be the duty tit t the Governor to tm*. among thepiactical Faiuieisand Plantersot the .ETNA IN3URANCE COMPANY, Cuiich Trininnng, and Donu--tic Line. the title* to be c"nve>ed upon payment of the 1 stinstalment 1 Our Sheriff, Joseph Dvkes. cured bu

hMe a writ of election to till >Ileh"C1)CV.: and he. Land.Each. RTFORD), CON N KCTIC(UT. Room i is required tofiimiifrate Fancy Articles. ; and in default of pamentjf any of I. lid Cork with it ; he also! m trird i it on a nit

.cliill give at lea-t sivty days notice thereof; by proclamation number will contain sixteen pa;( of Iplartosiz..prinh.tI Stocks, and Cotton in Warc-hou (C'oncliL-ion next week.) said instalments, the premises shall be re-sold! at I. had the Distemper very Lad. and cur.d i'Iwmejiafe.diatety. .
and the itiie so elected to till! such vactttcy with n-w tppe on superior w bite i I paper BUILDINGS less hv tire. L April 10, 1851. 15 the risk of the purchaser, after thiily dais notice H* says it U decidedly the prea'est bum's 4
enail continue ill cilice from the time lie: tjual- and furnished to teci hid sat t Ihe ate of One Dollar LEWIS of such re-sale. meiliine he ever n.ed. There have betu cnmbt-rj

iie4 UI"ft'< his comraiiun which shall,. be i-!ued I t per annum, which luu-t be paid in id.ance.Jrj January 2/j. 10. 3 3s. AMES Pork.OH EENJ F. W1HTNER, cured o! Sore Es with it. I find it a very Tilnauls
immediately after the frial can% a. ol the votes b, j ( Poet Masters are authorized lo act as A:cnt.*, ----- -- Agents-- BARRELS Me.- Porklanding] from Urar OSCAR A. MYERS medicine both lor man and beast.
hi i is determined 'rotided Itom : and thi-y! may retain, in I heir )hands fveiit -lii/ Brig -
which return : tcr, ) e percent A. B. CLARKE OLnu*, and for salt* bvM.NAUGHT Masters jim Chancery..
That .h. u'd' it becom* necis-aiv: to till any such vacancy 1 of all stib-criptions! collected by thim, ot if .i September, 1 S3 1. 37 t lt Diteare of Counterfeit.*.-To gvard a nirHtiwj*.

before an election! can be' held unJoi the piovitions t they rteferit, a copy Of i the \'hrl.t ill be aenl to (FORMKKLY CHUKF. & TILJ.MAS.) New1w-.rt. March 2::, 1S:,1. ORMOND. Ir: Sentinel and Wakulla Times copy tition, Head tAefitlfiirtHZ Carefully.
11 .
allY'one twelve month TTAVING purchan-d the inleres-t 1 of Mr.IOA -- -- -- --- PuSlic
raluitou.I ------ THai paiticulailv raolioned
of ttijii ( .itution, the Governor shall I have who will remit S&3 -- ----- are sa\Bt\ a
the power to till such vaeancv by appointment and' four name with four dollars. 1.JL Stillioati in their old business, can be Coffee Valuable Lands for Sale.HAVING Base Counterfeit which has lately made its appear.

the person so appointed thull hold his cilice I rom the (r: All Communications mmit t !1)0 addressed, po-t I Ipaid. f TT found at their old stand on Monroe street, Sugar, Soap, &c. purchased all the Land. of the Corn auce and iscailtd by the Impr-s'er who makesit W,

date of his cOn;tnii.i')11 until his successor shall b( ; 10 Williim H. Chambeis PiitliVher ol The i I where he will receive in' a few dav fiom' New York 19Kuiding SACKS COFFEE \ as the Brunswick or Challahoo- E. }'arrcll's Arabian LiuiineM.! This ij.adjns ,

luly elected and qualified.Sice Soil of the South," Colnmbo Ga. one of t the in.:t complete aitriients of Heady. 10 liiirnLt Stuart? vclloir Sugar, die Land Company 1 will sell privatelv until 'the fraud and m ;re liable to deceive from Lwl.farirg Ihe

I :. Ill it Jiirl'nr enacted. That the secondflection I .LEONARD: ) Committee nude Clothing and (;' lit lilt?L's Fancy Goods 5 ]'ilt Breath second Tuesday ia October next, or on that day b\ name of Farrell. Thenf be parlicuijr! ntitr t I.

of aid act to amend the !tvdfth clause of the R. A. WAKE I: V ot ever oilred in tnis market. ANo, a jineidlment ; I a.n I I. 5 Cracker.. public sale at Cluttahoochie, the fallowing described call for it ty! the iaaiae Farretrs Liniment," (fir

Constitution$ ol this Slate and adopted by the fluid, I J. E.; HURT ) Publication. of French Kn;lish, and Kelgitin Cloth*, 70.) IMI.XC familv Snap Lot: unprincipled dealers will impose this SFURI013

I ank

the same is! hereby abji' | !hed ; but it i is hereby pro NEWCH AP -CASH CLOTHINQ'SfORE7"nWiilHT lilt Fifiueicd Silk,, Satin, Cnn'nntre, and I'tlrct' from Brig Uranu. and for, sale bvMcNAUCIIT 1 ar.d 2 in fac Sec. containing 2GSJ acres for II. G. EIRRFLL'S ARABIAN LI.MMEST," and

\ided that the General .\"*einhly hall, by the concurrent ''(Io/illIC, which he i is prepared; to manufacture at I A OI IOXD.cwJjlrt. S WandWj.of S E 4 of Sec 33. take no other, a* the genuine a/vai/i has the lettersII.

vote of the two Houses theieof, at its next I. : the ehoitest notice and in the most approved sl) l It'. March 22, ls>51. 11 s.tVi)1NL i i.f Stc 33, T.J. R 0, N & W. G. before Farrell's, his signature is also en the

regular sion, fleet some peion to filiI the vacancy rpii 1 IIIItI l: FURNISHING lias opened a gcw-ral CLOTHING The community' generally are re-pectlullv rl"j\l'nl' Lot No I fcth of a &c sit fractional section 5.NW4arttIEufSec4andNV.jotSee3. outside wrapper, and, thevp wordshowni.! tbeIa
"bidl'i1lCcur! by evpiration: of the term of olhceot'that ; I ESTABLISHMENT( to call and examine iuy stock before purchasing elcliere. Bacon, Lard, &c. bottle: if. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN 1LVI-
door Smtliof Mcr Lnwitfc Ame ,wl.inbo, i i-4 "
Judse who draw the two nowop.ning \\ 1 I'2, IS.'MJ.10 AIENT.PEORIA.
mAY sear term under CASKS Bacon Sides T3Rt.
a well P4'ltrte| a--ortment of and --- -.-- 4. ,
the provisions of said second stctiun, which i is I f.i-liimable sujx-nor : S 2 Slmuldrr! IN JACKSON COUNTY.N AGENTS WANTED in every Town Village au4
herein above declared to be abolished.FIKTH ; READY-MADE CLOTHING Miited to JOHN PRATORIUS, III barrels Me.- Pork E 4 and E | of N W J of Section 30. Hamlet in the United State in which one i i'a nut established.
S the *
.; I GEXKR L \FSEMDLy.-Pa.c'd the Senatenv PANTALOONS M'-I-OII. nuisi-tiiig of in variou)part of COT:. YKSTS and]I. [U F TIll LATH FIRM OK IlftL k. PKATORirs]:i 2: FJullr.Lamloe 1i <>f S E i, and S W i of S E i of Sec 23,T 4, Apply b;. letter to Il.G.FarretlFei.ria,
the Constitutional majority December 13, lbojPaied ( styles and Dualities; I iI. R 7 N and W. III., with good reference ds to Character, Rs'oimsi
white and fancy colored SHIRTS nil ) infirm lii< fri.-nd] and the 'J and! 10 kegs Leaf Lard, ,
qualitie.Silk publicf
the House the Coaalitutiouil ; bility.ic.!
ol Representatives-: \ IS Lots, 3,.1.I and 5 of frac Sec 30, and lotsbeing
Merino and Cotton Under-i-hiriand, IVawt-rs: Glove, Ji"TOrU f lie ba- taken the -t.'ye lately nccupicd I Whikty.Jat Call the who will furnish Frtr tf Chre
Dcct-mbiT 23 b.iIJ. on agent
4 maj irity, 1 the N J of frac Stc 31, of T 4.R 6 N and W. .
received ,
IICt-it'T\'', Silk and, Linen HandkerchiefStock-, Sun,- I 'N ,1, jmd! adjoining the store lahh'll'cupit.l ]IlC.'c S 'I.r. tninrd.. and for pale bvMoNAUGlIT a Book containing much valuable infei motion tut
[Nu.2.] iner Tie*. Su-pcndiT., Money Plt, Hhoulder Ilmce*, ( ,by Bull A l'r.tt..riulire, he will l Ie plcaMIlto ;i .1- ORMOND. DECATUR J aeles.iN COUNTY.GEORGIA. every class of citizens.

r r AN ACT to amand Seventeenth Clause: of the PITMPocktt, P..w.k. ComlH. l.ni-hf .tcTR; .VV- attend to the call anilint.- f.f tli *Ml who may be X eWTII'rt. ,. March 22, 1 to;1. 11 PRICE-23 cfs. "O cfs. and one dollar per bottle.
ELLING TRUNKS CARPET .!iM.-.e.l. to him in hi. lint -------- --- Lots No 41 y and 420. 21st District, containing
hu-im- C.
Fillh Article: of the Constitution of this State. HAGS anti VAL1CES jKitroni/c > of Real THE O>LY GEACISE is manufarlnred by H.
UMRRELLAS: tfctlt! with He has: n-ccivtil. I by the late arrival r" ,;,- mil' Burr Mill Rock. 30'J acres. Farrell wholesale
SECTION 1. lie enacted by the Senate and : r a large, a. ortinent a sole inventor and pioprittor, aid
llaime of ll'pretcntatictt of the State of Florida of Hats, Caps Boots, Shoes, &c., all ofw tffll-tfi'fftrd Siij'j'ly f (.'/"
in (!',.ral .' ,':, &!.' convene J, That the Seventeenth hicb will be t ild clicnp fur (.- i Fancy: j'xJ014;
CUusc of the FirlhItide III the Conr-titn- W. T. MITCHELL }r..11.1 J) } CLOTUIXG.All Newport i May 1 o. 11-51. 18 D. L AI)1>. to the culture of Tobacco very Cotton and Corn.adapted To September 6, ls3!l. LEWIS AME&H

lion of this State be, and the same is h'rt'jSII TalLiha""-e, May 3, 1831. 17 tf of which. I flitter iiiyelf, are equal in tyle :10,1 l - --- -- -- any person wishing the whole of the land in either,
amended as to read .Ii follow!, to wit : Tht'le'.hallIII Southern Mutual 'J11.11i1.wd yiitr nt rJiffip; a- any otlic-r.:) that Avill I 1. Valuable Plantation for Sale. County, I would sell bargain. It i is situated on the:
one Solicitor for each Circuit who shall i.le. Life Insurance Company f..unj in this murkct He will mrlicular .
re give r.ttHtioti
of 'I I- PLANTATION wherein tile late J.*liua II River near Chattahoocbie. al which place a map ot I been of the City Cotton
appoint one
therein, and shall elected by the jualifitl: voter I Louisiana. to his bib-inu.*, and IioHa: he will luvrit liberaljuitroiuige .1.
| Byrd formerly re.-idt.-d in Leon the lands can be seen, and I can be addressed until
LTAYING U ointed County, near Weigt! *, I the Planters and
I ..; :, of( s'ich Ciicuit on the fits! Monday in Oc!< ) containing Ihe 1st of t after which! time at
I I---i panyand dii-ning it onirej>, of which some SIM' p August Columbus Icon Ga to di-cus
the year one thousand eiht Isunthed and fifty-three, UtIlU..NlrJ the 23: 1S5U. 4C tf
are eK-ared, and! under cultivation. On Ga. The titles are indisputable. it
iinpfirtanre! and lvant.-igc ff the mutual the premi-v S the Georgia Planter, that I will attend ccrto-tantlt
and every four sears thrteafter. or at uch times a* j would ri-ixt-tfiilly w.licit! : the ; --- -- -- --- -- i. a comfortable frame Dwelling) House, with the IKiwary '- July 5, l' :iI. 20 JOHN C. RUSE. the Depot in 'TaHalia.- to receive personalty si
the General cini'dtrationof Pure
Assembly way by law prescribe, and I I Sulphate of Quinine.'JIIIE ,hou-e
rkntation. .
the Citi7n if TalLiba COTTON antl TOBACCO ni-t-d to care.
t-lii.1l receive for his services t : t' mI''i") llitAm' infirmatiui Isu.'e'.e:- my
; lived by h\." a compensation to be : relative to it,clJ1 be obtained L\:c11jll: 'Oil the- I, subscribers have on hand two hundred anti inany :1h'all'ngoo.n.I' :adjoin the j piiifVwoodTvlifn.the Summer Clothing. bn>nstt? fn-m New York trill be aaijmtetl! l ant

Sec.:2. Brit further enarled. That! snch dec I uli. -nler. s. S. 1\.XICi liT. ounce of( Sulphateof Quinine, which the*' range i-very good! fr eattleand bt'g.. The Newport \ B. CLARK has just received from New York certhu-il by"the In-pectt rf Scales and Weight of

tioni tI Hiill be held and conducted and] thc rcturn! NovemlxTSO, 1850.; 47 tf I have obtained: di i ect I from the manulactiutis, and and.! Gem-ina; plank Road will J pjiwitlni 4110) tit .) Li a general assortment of summer clothing ot the CVtrrn llou. there. 3Iy station at the Depot
thereof made. in the is *> i they will warrant it to be a snpcl i..r artklc. ;.M yard. of the dwelJing! a in I I think will go m the. every variety and style which will be sold 0.1 the. will pH->s one srat advantage over any other nearer -
same manner as now pr< We have enlarged, our stock of Drugs and Med i. line, ,.r through the whole It-ngth f the reasonable the well known alone. Bfetnt
fcrib d law be I THE TRUE I f> PLuitatinn; most terms, at store on the Stores--avinjr in the Drayage *
tuv for by the election or Clay of hereafter member to Contci prescribed from hy MEDICINAL cines by recent arrivalsand i are prepared! to execute nntl \Jilt this J Road i is completed) which L. under Con Monroe St.. formerly occupied by Clark &.Stillman. on evtry 1 ,i V f Cotton ; the Yard, too; bei:?
'. this State.FIFTH >s COD LIVER OIL j orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail I tniet. to bo done by the l>t i>f January Ih52, flU. Also a fine lot of Cloths Fancy and Black Doekin, trocgly fir.cd an.1! in good Tfr-air, the O-fton will
I on the most accommodating terms. !Plantation the whole! line of the P Cashmarettes CoFd. and White' Drilling and al-ole 6'i arikd -
OEXESAI. Aka. Sit Drap'Ete, be> mrre secure from irjury, can
liyths Cotuliluti.inal maj.,r t.:, Decetnber 31, ISM.Paiied USEFUL Asthma. is.C."lghtl. : We have also a few account. yet due to us forth' I* for ci.nvrnicnce, Ac. It i. now offered for sale at i a White and Fancy Mar:ailles,Sat inJ and Fancy Silk with less delay. I hope time 1'IunUrs and JItr-

the UOUM* ol Ui-iiresentaJivis by the Conslilutional and all dieaes of the Che-t ami Lungs. A I year I IS W. They are Centrally in small amounts, bargain. 1' 'r""II" dt--iron of purel.iu-ing, will plea.tr C Vestiogs which he is prepared to manufacture in: chant Vi'.l give me tfierf patroiwge as I amJutrr-

p majority, January 5, IS51.OrncB this valuable medicine It ju-.f t received, which supplvof is 1 I I.' but i if the whole could be paid slmrllv it would go :ll t n JoK-. ].b Chain-, J'I. WH' will fiow them tin such a manner as to |>Ieac the most fastidious. rained to ilovrve it bv strict attention to mv Lcine9.

I warranted,! pure, and of ,'cry superior qualitr. lartovvardsliquidjliugceilain. sil,.! \\ll cht'0t. tlUll.'I.r term, lc., nrlltllIU at niv. residence, -ALSO- CHARLES L. DOIILtT.C .
LEWIS & AMES. Fort Struubtirv Fla. AJfull: orment of Shirts Drawers Kid and Thread \
I OF SECRrr.\nv OF STATE, 7 Fors.tleby! "LEWIS & A.ME*, : .tt >n and Tubcccu Viighiet.TalIai'masee
,1 I Tallahassee* .Way 1 l 1i1. J May :2i, lN.'J. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. June g, 1S-V 22 BENJAMIN BYRD. Gloves, Collars Hall-Hose, Col'd. MuIin and bilk August 9, 1S51. SI tlJ
January IS, 1851.: Cravats, Hdkfs., Boots, &c. .
--- 2 tf ----- - ------
ICmntr \V. DOW.MNO of Stated ------- --
tl'by'erlily the foregoing ,lobe Senetaiy true and correct Ice Ice Real cool Ice- I New Gcoda.OPENING .-- _.-_ __ I_ _ April, 1S31. 13 tf Rates of Storage at St. Marks.pOTTOX. .

copies of the original Arts on file at myoJice. and LOTS of the cool l tufT dclivc-ioil.) from tlic Ice I. a large and carelull) 't'ler''tl'k' of Notice. l Dry Goods dtc.ON per ..1*
I : Imewith riulilished in 'nursuanctM-f the( l provi ion of t in the im.rning, at thm- lirilania and Bright Metal XVare 'T'HE: iindcr-i-rnrd h'rd.i.( notice that their re'. vv MERCHANDIZE, prr t m-L bulk.l-i
nuts I hand and for sale by I he subscribers
tbe Constitution; relative Amendmentit and Ilcvi- I Ijy the .mall quantity, nnd two ceirUnnd JKT t"'lInll consisting in part of Tea and Cufiee Pol' ?, French .N"0'l' > <.flil",'" will be OJH'n fur' the tran. :u-tit>n ii.fejal : CORN and otlar Grain, per la-Li'l,.; &
luilf I 4 anJ U-.l Brown and Bleached
rion of the Co'i.tiiution. thu liundrud) wi!iglit., All fu.iu nl.a road) by I Codec! Filteiers. Pitcher-, Candle Slick I of dillerenlijualitie t I' bii-ini*>r, from D to 2 o'tloek, eviry day, Sun New York Mills Cloth. sheetings. SALT, ptr sackr. .. . . .. .. ..
C. \V. DOWNING Secretory State.May3. liavo it boxes IH-I-MHI can I i *. Jelly Moulds, Glass Laiittrn.Cake 15-i\es "lay's I t'X'ITh',1. BEARD DENIL3.
pjvcked }k., t
or ca> with *ivv h t English Lung Clot Cambric 'hurt ir.gs.
1 S3 1. 17 CmI ,)uirc.t. > a* rcDANILL Cannisler; and variety of rlbtr aitieles t which The iMtvh-ity anil I projirii-ty ,regnlarnntl! "'ifil..1 St Mark. August 23 1851. 33 3n1
LADD. Bro. and bleached Sea Island: shitmg
I they otTer for sale on reasonable 'teims. Inniri.r l> hn-" in 'flices' .
puiiic are cognized t.I. blaw
XC\\lor.rt, May 10. 1 Rr.. \ .
i g j fiicrt Irish linens fn tn 33 ctj lo 1,25 per jd.
Also hand full of Tin
on a and exl nive! Mot'k and and too obvious to
u.-ago require csplantJ..lI. Tallahassee Warehouse.
DOZEN Tar: t.f Hrll..kl Patent Shank P .ot. -1.'he .Firein Con\vay, Mas'VE Ware of every description, mannfaclurtd by Linen Cambric Jldk'JlroUl ti to 30 (OI. Cotton

-.April,1l. 13 J AS 1) G A JI HLI1 good workmen,anti at lair rmces. C. W. 1XWNINO. Scrrrtarit Slate. Reviere hem stiched and scrolled hOHlr'dTnilellincn. rpHE under.igneil L* no\r preiw red to receive onJ ;
4 -_ _.. -.. : with ;j.lea-urc the following kttcr (ron::1 Lead Pipe,SiH.t Lead Copper Zinc, and Cisrl'fn JOHN linARl; ). Cuu i.tnJlft.; I .Long law n,linen Cambrichdk'i9.[ STORAGE the Cvtton of tlr Planters ferrsnf-
the >
Ctmway It *-lmw8 i Cambric Jaconet and Swiss Muslins.
Plows. ] iy. clearly Pump fur sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job W. R. HAYWARI) 1'rf'"r.r. ,I lug to thL market. The br.iiil /re-prwf.
I that; the Litli ( the ,
_ _i 2 ;f\ CAST Sweeps iu "btore nod l f..r,1 at lowJJ tiifcs haa L\i ft-cu to mi-placed public: iii lich Salacumdcr Wot k executed faithfully and with <1<--|>atrh. IX S. Vi'ALKER. 7.VIL .,. i'uMc I.n"J Muslins from Embroidered.12J toA.ts. pr.vd., stripedand imineduitfly .I'pjwtc the Unu-n Eiinki war tl*Jwr-with

< rctes, J.\S. U. G.\ 1BLI: COXWAV MASS T. WHITE & CO. S. HAYWARI! ), CUrk Sup. Court. ket House. There ii now alsti. in coiinectiin
Aprils. mi. in July 1 1. .:l. September 21 I l':,. 37 t tfTax -ALSO- the above, in course of erection *rc />ro'r
r Me--r*. RofT, Stcsinis .t Co. Ftbniary 1. 1851. 4 tf Damash Table Linen Bro. Linen Table
---- .- nuxvMtn to C. Rich A u ___ .. Cloths the storage of Cotton, all under the ininietfiate J' -
--- --
Law Firm. Co, 140 Watt street. New York :-Gentlemen-To Collector's Sale. Brandy. Family Linen and Planter' Drilling. tml of the sul cribt-r.ho ill n. eipt fir> audi C*

i RRKVARD; will practice in co-partner your inquiries roicctiiig] the fate of the Salutnandir') !: i Cottonades, Nankeens. ton a.* betnt to l.un and L1h ii'ia j'rfT?
BEARD Y virtue of in I haveseized may
1 authority Lt"t' vested.
Safe No. me CASK
Huckaback .
jiurcluvwl of through Mes.riImt. ] vrrvMJprior Tninily.April Vi.1l'er.R &*
all the Court of the Middle Circuit ofFlorida. you ) = 1 fill- for tie delietrtof tl.c Cotton in the samt
\\ iSryco A Co. it and) !levied UKIM three hundred and twenty 5. 1851. 13 Richmond
OAico : i ix-iliajn: Kuflicit-nt to that I JAS. R G.\ mLE. Stripes.
iu say in rcenrtcLTlio
tri'n-h it i
TaHakis.cc.JOHN I acre"of land. I lying in Ia-n Ct'lIl1l.itt lh..1 atant' *
at .
am present writing on pnjnr which wa in the ------ -"'- -- --- Mo* Matlrasses ; tw r*
P.nARD. Safe at the ti'nc .f the otrntli"1 of ten uiileK North-va-t of Tiillahi-i: ., on the water* *'flluk Coats Spool Cotton. sulMrrilx-r L* also prepml, ov PvWe all
riinnuf.wto- Superior Green and Black
: T. W. BREVARD.Icbruary fire the : ]! ; Cieek purtHirting to l cloiig to Fabran Ant; Teas. Wtlyhcr, to weigh with Cfrrectne* ainl Jilts-pate!
ry by on morning of the 1 1th in.st. The Safe ; Marshall's fine black linen thread on spool. 1)7'
7, I8&1. 4 tf vas on the tOWer floor <>f a three Mead, and will bt; olfcretl fur .:llt', in fmitf the 3 CASKS: sujicrior TEA.. which run IK. rcoomimiuleil. -ALSO- Cottons delivered within the Mpt-rite Hi1 ,

.... considerable quantiticn of Manned t-tory building Ixsicli containing timIKT. I Court Hoii-o' tloor. in the city of Tullahas-er; ('II Monday BERRY A ROWLES. A few cheap cba lil. Inlnitstr. and may at all times be found at w* '"'*

.# Shoes. and) it was at n red heat wln it fell into a bell- the 3d! day of November next, within, ).-,."tl hour May S, 1851 17 Common rocking chairs. Cotton Yard, ready and willing to nce iunoiate SASItTallalins.oee. *

LADIES and Gcnta ItuUretLoe'sju.t n-ctiv- if live bird wood) CO:1I.:1. hi which it ron l ucl imbcddcJ ])- To;IK- wild to KitL-fy thc Taxes due: thentti for the Hiyih post Bed sfeads. CHARLES A. 6m

JAS. II GA 1 LI ab< ut lliri-o )h it.urs, \\lien] it wa. drawn out, and I, year 1850. 1) McRAENY.: Notice.TIIF Wash stands &c., &.c-. August 23, 1S31. S3

April, 1851. 13 UII WK.II n* practicable, njx-iKtl He ]Icatlu-r bindings Tax Collet-tor of Leon County. underi nf'd having made new arrange G. & J. MEGINNISS.

-- flf the books were hcutol by tile tteam, and w.nie uf: July 2C, 1851. 2-j Sm in his business rt.lImets| all person: in Julvia. lr l. 27 tf Leon and Gadsden Plank Road.

t HaTslHEIR ]u.. ]npuri VITC Kniiewluit t.-uncd ; but not a Dingle debt .1 l to call and wllleup. In future Je will keep PROTECTION INSURANCE XTOTICE i* hereby given, that Book* tat SulsCT1r

& RUST are now opening an soitment,t : particle of pap in any IxM.k was injured and) Great ChanceII' no book*, but ell! his goods exclusivery' for cash or COMPANY L lion f.T the Capital Stock of the Lei-n anil t aden '

_ _ and Summer 1lat ot the very Utetktvle. nut a frinjrlo niaik on JUt)' loo j pain-r) whether made] AVING determined to leave Tallahas, a bar'I produce* and by "o doing he will be able to sell at' HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Plank Rood Company will Ic opened on &**?

"" .APiII.1t5t. I 13 l 1 by a locU or |pencil is defaced. \\ c con il'r the Safe Jain will be given in the sale of my stock and the lowest living prices which he promises to do, Capital Stock, :300000. iliy the GOtb ia-tant at the ofiu-e of FH.. .C5j?
4 ilk '{ >tiuu as having |ia.sK.l l through one of tho *mvorot good-will 'to any person wishing to do a bu. and re tests to v loch it could Lave bci-n put, and wont sine** in this place.Jul31tl,1j3i. gioctry buy low, lo give him a call. He lu* on hand a uodalsHllanenl THE: unilerHignctl l. Agent of the above Company, D. P. Hogue. I). C. Yv'ilstai Hagg, and at the ce '
Spring Goods. .llIot of Shoes, Hats, Caps. IMankcIs Cotton nrvpaml to take risks against Fire r>n built! *td
1 ; that we rejoice at its I"11eCt.'NI.W ._ 28 S S h IGJlT. I W. White. ii, Quiricy,ciuler the superint-
rpiig @IJh ritJCr i i" opening tlHtty a pmrtll invoice! 0 will (Li"urel'"u time burnt Safe,arid! in tho meantime : and Woollen Goods, &c., &c., for family and plantation injj3 and their contentj, OH tho moot favorable tt-rni C. K. DuPout, A. IL Janfrr, B. Baktr, and L B. iIiii

I I. of Dre-uGooK; pHmnut Ribbon, l'1orcllCC5ilkll, "HIt! UH another of tho same *-ize and pattern Notice. I Ube*. F. IL FLAGG, Agmt.Talblia. .

etc, wJiich be oikr: at wry low 1-1 ices. f.iniiiiediiitc UHi. Yours re-poctfnllv, January, 1SS1. :2 AMOS RICHARDSON. '.
4 a April 5, 1 85(. JJ8.. I n. AMRLR C.rnvay Tool) Compjuiy-A. I'.\R1\ER, A jlIt.n SIX month after date! I -.hall: apply do the Judge B. BAKER
Au lu-nortrmTit of xuritmsize" nnd jijitti'ni*. with Pn.Kite Washington County. fur n final cettlement Flour The Forwarding and Commissson BusinessAT 1 i:. ILXRKISAngrt ,

Spring and Summer Goods. I and) without lewder-proof) locks, for tonIc at HC Water L- } und! ilicliarge' from the estate of Joseph IJ.J.ockc.y &c. ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, t U, 1851. 52
etrcct New York. deceased. "Z ft A BARRElS best family Flour
the Wate-Houseaherefoforeoccupiedby Messrs.BROPIE .
received assortment ol'
I TIJT a general Spiing JLUl/ IN P1I C50WING
MARIA LOCKEY Adm'x.Wasbington casks Rice Summer at reduced
: ,J Summer Goudito which we i invite the atltuJionvf : AUION ROFF, & Prrrcs: will be conducted by the undersigned Clothing
- bu\eri- before purchasing else\\t'l 1'1.. JOHN G. STEARNS Co, September 13, 1851. Si(. Cm 30 barrel Pc.tatoo-s i who will endeavor to give as general sat to tlie advanced state of the sea'
,, A. S. 5 firkin bi-st Go.-Iion Rutfer. i-faction did their active and
) April 1-J.lsr.l.: 15 HEIR&.RUST. MARVIN. as industricoj pi - _A 2ut. 2, 1 F.i 1. :so: Sni Bagging, &c. Landing from Brig Uninu. and fair ale Iiv BEARD t DENHAM. at greatly reduced prices, fcr crmiJm.IV. .

-:. :: .' Corn, Oats, and Hay. -- Tax ec-tor's-- fe-- 95 PIECES Kfiitni-ky Ragging, Newport March :.,JIcNAUGIlT i8l. A 11 ORilOND. July 5, 1SSI. SG If T. I1TCI1ELL tf

.1 //Xfin UUSIIELS Ll>a"hil( Coni, 6t coils Rope, ArgU! 9, 1S31. 21
BYirfuo of authority in me by law "l''fe'ct.l I have Fresh Groceries.
9JJ( ( 2 H> Oat*, and) levhtl UJH-II fourteen bundre l and 20 bait Gunny Cloth, Notice.

9 tliuk.sIi] \\, tI.irfy..even acres of Land I lying i in Leon County ..it.lUltC Which will be gold at low I'r l't.i'. PER Schooner Wm R. Pelfe from New Orleans, Notice.

1 :, i. Now landing from Brig Urami. nivl l f4>r cale bvMcNAUGHT a few miles SoIItll'c11't of tIe city<'f Talhdms.ei, '; JAMES B. GAMBLE A LL parties indebted to me. will please call at I :JXxiO. pound Middling, CO. i is ti5! ** '
etC. C. BYRD & .
rriHE firm
desk with the cash barrels
A. O1alO( 1J. Sepnkr1851.f Lmy wilho-it delav. extra family Flour, ,
\ li n
tn Kilcrea
) iH-loiiglo and
rtrng will business
urj' \ All
July It). I IS51. 4f) It solved hy mutual consent.
I ew1iortMtrch2,1Sl.J 11 | ___ 23 S. S, K IGIIT. superfine do. .
I l.o dfTfral, for male in front of thv! CVmrt House do .
t. ..---- -- -' '- Just Arrived Old '" Lard BVRP,
ill the Jones.
'J'ul1.lh.Wot', (n Mojulay! S.t 1 day of Novcmlxriixt Dicky 2 II C. C.

4 % ..*,? Clothing. within legal bours. Tux\ > fold to uutirfy the FEW tall.III" of the wmc O.'d Frimd. for Mediciual Co-Partnership. 3 hoses Lemon Rice S. KNIGHT.

< ;< $ .!'iTIJST leceivt'd a general) assoilm of G"nfs and l '!. u.i duo Iheitoti for the year I lf S-'II. A: purposef ju-t received per William R.: THE niulorjigni have'thi day formed a Conart.- .1 kei Goshen Buffer., July IS. IS5I. -

t t ... B"V. Spiing dud Suininer
.; S ],,w bv hEIR K I'".'51.li '. f>.\ ("..III Tti-r uf Lr''n Ct.-unh' PdlRRY: A ItfWI.Iudblll'rr.*, d.C' GKO.: H MEGINNISS, BERRY: & ROWLKS, Anctisnccr?, &{. same ..Iace.Tallih.use .

_aJ "\1'111 I I', I I I. 1 'ul' -'r I'.vl: .".i I :::111' .\- ''.'( V1M: :SI tf July I, 1SJ1 JOS R MLGIKKSS. August ,', IbJl. 30 ftuI 1". I5SI. *


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