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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 11, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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DY-; CHARLES J E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA OCTOBER 11 1851. .
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FrinDr. Ilf. X'f r r1.' JIl." JJo..l' I dashing down Washington! street in an elegant A Bachelor's Confession. I Sands of Gold. WHAT LOVE. Short
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Chief of the Choctaws! ; ; elm iiage Hrawn by four splendid horses! Yet could ,i Speeches.Gooi
0jTnbbee, : I I suffer Clara to depart? Impossible It is wife not to eck
I, a secret, and honestnot What i i. love? I asked a maiden, > Ex"usPu:51-ludgo Duncan in. a
"'t' JIUIJtIJ'IIl! '! y TI). Being obliged to leave in the next traine : I :
\ would
,i ,(,ew .1'1'I"gt that very day make a dec : to reveal it. :J Heanriru"-right nr beauty's ky recent address delivered at Clarksburg Va.
,
:of the! brief courtship mill :saw no more of Julius, nor heard of him, until : I laration.But j I It i is to Love she knew, and with it laden) ,
as fame
I preserve as it : on his return Commissioner from the
nlantl tol"lf\;e.'fOkah Tubbee.the Chief of;; we read the story of his romantic: coiiit. I the day passed, and though I was of- at f first to diteu1. was I Wore the arrows in her eye: as great
I acquire.It London exhibition! thus
fSncl/w Indians:1s copied' I from: t tin I .Mei i ship and marriage amid tho thunders of Ni.ngra's !j ten along with her, time I hismy j .I I BUi-lie* oft came o'er lier Mealing, refers to his visit to 1' J
I; every open my I costs us more to he: miserabl.. than would Low her Avon's of mu ic fell:- the British Parliament and the Courts of
(;, (iii/i'i>. the editor of \\liii-h) : wa* j j1fhis in one : cataract I heart beat so wildly that I could not sum j make us peifectly liaps' '. "LoveV a strange, delicious feeling, Justice : '
*V nil!! when) he \\rotc (!lit? "ro1 1 h'ince: the above was written we noticed,on i mon the requisite i I that What it i is, I cannot telL"
hii'iit't! I I1111 j coinage. Ill will sell his f fame also s( the I wa present on. one occasion in thE
1 r"lsollh' I bad un I.J(:1 tlin.t I t.J I : I was proposed. public interest.Impudence .
11Url' What i is love i I a"lced a mother, House of Congress, when a measure canto
I ,der41 I 01.,11.. "'ho can j.l.t 1v 0:1: over oar veitier,the f.llnwing additional] particulars": :t Clara 1113- arm, and wandered forlh !I i is the constant companion of Reiulin u't-r her t t-lx.ra child! ; which involved the whole: financial policy!;

hundr III J ",yf Iifl; I''ut muMral J instrument*,(!) and I i nlativy to this amarous and accomplishedJ(!) I into the meadows to enjoy the beauty of an that monster, 01: the bh;\ "he} <'(uil! not smother. of up tho government, and the sate and r'vxlt.-

1 ITllft- rl. f W* MT<(!, lanffnajre/' humbng-) ', Indian Chli'f and l his fair but unfortunate Des- autumn evening. The'"witching hour" oft i is safer to Inrtitmh'I 11.IIIL10' with! one talent than A* she looked holler at than me and' f railed.Something tion ot"all the industrial cIass. It wj>a !abated -
I he H 1 his enamoredU.M demona pleasure
:1| (1'v II- b'lUl.v: :u. < : I evcnii-g: has always a peculiar eflect upon me; : to > pi ond! vvilh: (ten. Lit tho tire within her by the Prime Minister, Lord John Kuis -
ts1d i'lAr that ft.\'t n I \lu:. Oknh) TIl1Iht'-Tt is hinted that her and ) eyes
) > t with the '
ill'lh yearstiitt now Clara
lovely
leaning on It is Tacitus 01.,11:1.1 her
i' I tie, common, s lys to esteem mostwhat given a trt>l ilrc. s.- ; Chancellor of tile Exchequer, %lr.
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',1' ( :: 1, tI! \. t he b..J' .:un, invhich] i I cnurH' of true love" i is not likely to run'' my arm, averting her melancholy" ', I fdt i is most unknown.He ; .\nrlaobe loved the holy prize. D'Israeli ; ard a great others of tho

,"-, 'S n ? beteiliu: i: I woman, who 1 was present- ,' Mimoth, that v dusky sister, or perhaps half ashamed of 1113 irresolution, and resolved to I whi nukes! an idol of his interest will What is lore \ I a-kc:1 the gWy leading members. The many debate opened at (i
'I huh :a- 1,1-, ,1'1It'm d t t 1at; ince t I It'll, he a hi7.eti of them, ha?, or have, rights precedent propose. j of his Of household and life
:" : I matH a martyr: iut'-grity. my my P. 31., and closed at 12, when the vott was
I,.1"i i 1.'t'IIIHll'11n: : op} and down the 1 earth 1 \, < {tl hers. Besides, the poor deluded gill I t I It was etsisr to resolve tha'j: to execute. It is wrong to wi>!i for death! and worse to When in after years the story tp.ken, and the question settltd. Thus, in a

.[,1 .>:srrh! ol I In'1:', I hut to no ptlrpns..a, until this !! \may have become the step-mother of more I )!) heart fluttered so that I was afraid to 1' have occasion to fLarit.One Of my in min pa-Mon i her won a wife; debate of six hour, a great measure was disposed .
': J11"IIIIWl'till, .! had brought him. face In I little straight-haired urchins than in l her haste t speak accumulated undo DEep : glances glowing.
; nervousness hour I II
mcjpoweiless. i
i is worth
( i : gaino rising early Burned with love and} gelJeti glee' i of, after a discutsion so full, that everyone
;!1!'. \. ih: I!:, i Iftiiicai image whom he had : she; stopped to anticipate. Tin5 falling: in I We rambled or.: The last tints one month of 1 boi'i/)the year.We While her aim aroni.i me throwing present was satisfied that all had been
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'''. i'J') hiI rlIIl., : t I !love with an Indian, on a canal boat, bents from (the dcvlining: sun had faded: away in the i! carr o';r .g-ibor's, crimes in sight, Kisses sweet >he gave to nw. I said, on both sides that the subject required.

bare swi'v to fpoil such a fine romance, anything that can: be found in any cheep, I distant sky ; the harvest moon was rising full1 and throw' our own over our rhoiil.fers. Whit hlove \ Ol,rilitct angel! Itt a measure of a similar character, Jn the

[''J' in I'll1' et'; 'ofthe t Hoboken 1 Gipsies; i ,1 I yellow covered )book.! I and brilliant-and Col. Grant rge.-ted the I I Promises' ,ruL.il time o' afllietion! require Wilt thou not thyirff unroll t American Congress, could not have been tils-- _

'1': .ut'i!'1 urn' :n* well l IK told th:1tJr.. Glr-j propriety of our return before the word had I( : better memory than people commonly pos Lv I feel thy, f-oft evangel posed of u ider six week's constant discus

,.., tli" I'--h'-h: gentlnnan who is about I I It Early Marriages. I risen to 1113' lips. \ sc: Love Stir is the waters of my soul; i sion. I was forcibly struck with the close
joy
', t 4 Vr. tH IIiII: to ISurojv*. may also take I It There ]have been so many: aificl s published "They are going hone: ," said Clara (tim.1! Our greatest glory h not in never falling, To tile .iul divinely< of earth given again, adherence of the English speakers to the

:,:::11, hi.ut, le. \ nnre: events in the itrange i ) in the new-spapciP; illustrative of the advantages 'I idly. !I but in u rising every time we tall. Eiiklinff heart to heart md I }heaven, subject of debate.! There was nothing extraneous -

( ,, i t;('\ ulU l lil"of the Chief of the Choci always: :u I h.i i IIg from eaily marriage: :"I could ramble thus all night," I ventured! The! trials of life are the teats which ascertain With God's own electric ch.rln. or redundant, no flourishing or or-

!3>'-, that we are tempted tn give the following, on to reply. ( how :m-ich gold is in it. [Waverly ILigazine. nament ; but that which! seemed to characterise -
Otniii)) tin1 viMrs 1833, ':J 11 I and '33, when i iVluzVwl the other side of the qneflion. Thl're:1S a pau!(. Biave actions are the substance of life, and A-Sprinkling-- "- -of-frish.A -- the speaking particular: % was their plain

:::, .-r tie! Hill, was in all its glory, !! The practice of lily marriage?, so common "I hope it will be fine f omorrow," said good words the ornllelts it. Hibernian with a pole red the Red practice good sense, and an ability for con-
as
hl nviit'! ( known as Julius CutlH' i in the 1 United States is of the I slu?. j as
a h ; : one worst When a mal has learned H importance, Lion at Bradford, and rendered still rtdiby j densation. Yet they are in some respects
//VsrA, nif''r. belonged to a hand of ne- 1 I features( society. Under the most favorable I fo do I," was my answer ; then feeling: b-it when he cal do what! he will do are moresiguiilicahit a copious discharge of blood from more recent i i not good speakers. Their manners are cold,

,..it'SaI' ni.ulo a precarious living by the circumstances it involves too main' considerations that it was a very feeble ort of a reppy, I ad. tiling wound his a j': without action or fluency. They hesitate
the"j ', nrfd' in the dance: houses, I IIil'h and entails too liabilities ded, "And-this is the last When, on scalp, applied at Bowstreet at iI j
luic many : evening vvo are ) we are :lon(we have our thoughtsto the beginning of the week for warrant |i: and stammer and frequently seem to be at a
:, c-ivo fiat! ; particular: locality its high : on all pal tieg, to be entered into without -to have 3-011.; We will miss you terribly !" 'i watch ; in our families our tempers, and I when the a !I loss.

rtpu1dlttla. .J'uilll'! culd: l l then play: upon the deep! and serious reflection. It is well She said nothing. I \h(1 in society our tongues! Magistrate following" Well dialogue 1'at" tools for! place his) : I! "In the courts justice, the same brevity

t tIinj: !.-fiuti'.taiubortHe, bass drum and i bones, enough, when young |K'oplo love each other, We walked on a few yards, and I :\ I There arc two difficulties. in life-men are operated ofa- countenance -' and condensation prevails, in the speeches of
sort
,,ihict! \, with tt' -.veeption of the Jew-sharp, j jiu to think they cannot live aput ; but it is not I Are you not sorry to leave England: ?" I disposed to :p'nc more than they can afford, to the road as from a whence finger ho post pointing the Barristers, that di-tinguished the speaking

llr1 extent ()f hi* musical: acquirements ; ) well for them to marry without some good No : I am :an orphan. I have few friends, i and to indulge mote thantho\* can etnhire. I What do want'?" came- in the House of Commons ; and the Judges

j.trthislinirui' :. ie fekil! ho must have made :: provision for the future. The common saying and no one to regret me." I A man whose mind i is trtinlcl to find hap- \ I'd bo fter you who seemed to IJc:1 learned, dignified and
since 1635, as the only 1tn.pages : that it costs to maintain two Do not-oh do nol that Miss Lnnr- i wanting a warrant, plase yer
rut progn's : no more say : :JIPSS in doing good, :1Imod: always has the :' honor." hard-working set of men, deliver their opinions -

he co.ild; then speak wore bad EniVcmh than one, is a fallac3, which is every day exposed j ence !" I impetuously 1' exclaimed, and then, I means of happiiip at commtlJ Against whom ?" I so concisely, and yet so distinctly and
eh-h, l1i; 'l'r and! the Hash language j to the great dissatisfaction of its : hluhiiig, I stopped I Some bigots I that
!ucd.nl. j "oul.1 : : a man eondernn Against Barney 0 Lea Rev i clearly, the minds 1>f the most ordinary
JiN-d, by l his associates ** tin icr lh* Jiti!"-but ded dupes. Besides the bodies and dda.I' I felt her arm ) ithin mine, and) i ii | IMigi.m: altogether! lh:1 speak harshly !, erence.'' ), please Jer persons present cr.n understand ihem."

tiiij accomplishes wonders. I the young need development) in the school of i j i heard a ]low sigh escape her. I tre.nbled! also. l-:, of their own: particular: sect. I For what?" Were this -example adopted in the American

When the gamblers, thieves, negroes rind experience. What could be lightly borne at I i' 1 expected r to speah-to: S.-H' something Vv it'ii: li'>ve, the heart becomes a fair and : For murther, Orace." Congress, and American Courts( it wouLd

l vjnlnnds) nf both sexes, were driven from : thirty, would be their ruin at eighteen. Na- which should, encourage me to proceed i iI fertile. g.-irdon, glowing with: sunshine and Whom did he 3"er murder i" i be of inestimable value to the administration

t'lcir lianuts: i ii: Nat dies!! Julius made for Cincinnati lure, at that age, has not ripened us mentally I!. -but f he wasf-ik-nt, and we reached )home I warm hues, and exhaling sweet odor "Divil a crature but honor" of government and justice.

where lie performed on somi.ti.ing!: less 1>! or physically, and all premature developments before the word passed my lip Upbraiding I lanIer! is more accumulative; than a snow i And! has he murdered myself i"yer
hundred musical! instruiiKMil, [* at the : atoned for after I j J! myself for I detei! mined that 3-0-4 Strange Courtship. ome time shoemaker
tiiana % must be fl'arfuHy in (:lrs.- I my timidity, st {( ball. It is like salad, which every one will I By shotil he has h:111luck him ago a
b ih! and .dance, in that and finalIv I'tea t I would declare myself I would ; my to- in Harris, being in want of wife
Dutch city, Youth does not ]know its own weakness. |, ; whUper | season to IIi own taste t the taste of those to He cut hole in head a ,
\'(put tn F.ndand: \\ilh a gt.'l1tiemll1:1s his j jwrvjnt. Lacking depth and sound judgment! what it '' it to her at the piano. 1 \1'01' he .- it. his cat.a my b'g enough to bur3' advertised for one, and at the time and place

In-inar a shrewd email: fellow, he'fnon '! adores to.tl:1il is often indiu"crent: to on the I j I The fates h:1t willed it otherwise. Clara I I E\'cj J U:1! being has a work to carryon He hasn't killed I appointed, was met b3 a female.l Both were

attract-d; attention or. the other fcide oft I morro\\ 31 any have married on the supposed was not present at tea. :he was not \H'i I wihiu, duties to perform abroad, influcn- I It's not his fault Jon if he onlwright hasn't Honor see. in earnest. The suitor, however unluckily

the \ rntie, aud diseovoiing that the Knglith ; strength of first nflections, and awr.keni -|'and had: retired to her OWI room. Next I II I j i ;es tl exert which are pcruliaily] his i for )he intended it and, nothing yer" i j I seemed to be of the same opinion: that King
lit surer.
h wore n't'ice ah'ilitioni.4s, he resolved to i from the dream], to J'.nd: themselves utteilyj : morning she was gone I II [I which no conscience but his can teach. I assault I' Pedro was with regard to hi3 wife Mary of

become lion ; so be contrived to show ofl'j'j and irretrievably miserable. Theie i is a hale I The Itt(' of despondency which I fell i I i Knowledge may slumber ii: the memory, I suppose an warrant will suit j I ii'ii't : Arragon, that she! was not so handsome as

hh musical t.ih'nt, and was forthwith Bet' about youth it is not well to trust overmuch. :, at. her absence, was pitiable. Mrs.! Grant. but it never dies; -it is ]like i tie dormouse in t you." Yer_ honor knows what's best and I'll I'I she might be good so their! meeting' ended in

down) as a probgy-a \ prodigy:1.: Better mistrust it altogether, and) depend up. !i I was excessively cold in her. manner towards the ivied t tower, that sleeps intC'rast., take what I can mutual disappointment: ; '.lie man advertised

Lruit up on a MiiirhJppi COl Lou |-intation] ': on manhood and the futme. The affection 1(, and I also thought the Colonel chaug'l hut wikes with the warm breath of spring. When did he get.assault ?2" a second time, appointing a different place

\\here; his: huuntiity: had bevn crushed by the 1 that cannot learn to labor, end to wait," I But I was too unhappy to pay 3tttI' The tears cf beauty are light: clouds floating Last night that iver Jon Yer Itever- for the meeting, and varying the words of tho

irIII.I'I.llIft'ry: notwithstanding hebd can never endire! any length pf time. It is tion to these things. I J:1S perfect miserable over a heaven stars, In-dimming them I ence." was, 'I mh'cr tBement. lIe met the same lady, they

ii fu bujieri'tr to the ludi: and the of the o veriier. and! stoot1 0:1: British 1 hUiued the shape of his tliviuo twin. .\111)"" I \ ; inakesvpu so mdanchoh?" asked er 1 l-.j'tre than before. I Fore God you a I smile at the recognition, and perhaps neither
he did'nt
gr.iuiii; K'd.'cm"d, and disenthralled, ;c1iu*, : all others, the poor should avoid l early mar- Mrs. Grant one afternoon."Am t; i.v. -.,? ,,,,. p.n-irttity.1 Letri'is I poker." 3"er Honor, but wid a of them could choose !but sigh. The persevering

"it ilu1 iiioit marx'Jous lUll interesting char- i i rin tges. In a single state, poverty is a cure ; I I melancholy{ I rep-lied, with an af- :Ui no sooner are wo uppheJ: wila tvxv'thi .- t .i I. bachelor tried his lot a third time, andtt.tlw
: I supposeit'bbecause that nature: can: dcmull, than we bit "Divil i a doii o't it?' '""*TOf/\ifi- weapon. Iurd
actor. | but the double poverty ot'llIm: hge: i* a hell f.ctation ofju'ialt. i ') place of appointment he met the
Afit-ra laryc amount nf sytnpathy had been to endure. Want and distress ROOM rob love 1 I'm dovn to contrive artificial apetites. Where were Jon ?i" \I ing neither could lit Iplaugmng.' *'Ii'J tA

( ;nriidi-J ui; < a tlw ntarvollous American ncjm -'!'of its charms, and life of its bloom. .\ffl'C.1 .More )ih1. because you are proud." (It requires more courage to think different : Where was 11-WIi3", in bed, to be sure !i i3'ir to converse in good humor ; and the conver-

u'lrtv' IIi.dllr'ro1l, ;bt tories of his de. I huh \\ihl 110t make! the pot boil, neither will '' Proud {! frmi the multitude than it does to fight them. Honor." sation became so agreeable on both sides, and

rt'TsMcj.nliti.Mi' while a felave on! cotton it pay house rent and buy new dresses.j .- Proud. Tie first hero, therefore, was not he who Asleep or awake ?" the circumstances so remarkable, that this

and riro livHIn; "- had never seen, he returned j j What was: .irksome to be II 1I'n.alone, is doubly i What can yon mean!" mule: the first conquest t, but he who uttered As sound as a roach 3'er Honor." third interview led to their marriage.

to (" iinaii, wlierc we taw l him in I 1813 a- : so when the law has bound its victim to an- j "I I mean, Mr. Meek, that Jon have (tampered i j the fi:&t doubt. And what provocation did you give to II III --"---- .
with the of excellent gill- '\ To to-day, about to- I hint?" Decided/. Cool.-A ver3' cool answer from
flII3iu hk auditors by detailing the manner I other for life. Then there sro the young innocent ) feelings an enjoy stop worrying .
I iiiuhicli,) :!' lie1 had .played upon the credulity of'I ?, who should not sufil-r, but who do :|I' that 3'ou have lost an eslinrible: pri/e and mo rw. 'Next week will be jut as capable I Divil a provocation all yer Honor a Sophomore is indelibly recorded among the

tli<. 1:1Ili1': fc'liorlly after thi i i we 1ot sight ; sutler, for the folly of their parents.: The :'you: know it-lost i out of pride Do not : of tiking cire of itself as this one i=. And how could I when I was fast aslape V !I memories of our college days.

of Julio.. and did not see him again until 1810, i: thousands: of idle, ragged and vicious chil1 (J pretend amazement. You know yon won :;, why shouldn't: it ? I will have seven day's: I What do yon mean to say that he cameto I Professor-has a peculiar red nose-
ttbea\ 1 Clara's love, and yet allowed her to depart j experience. bedside and btruck you in this man- : so red, indeed, that it was usually deemed aI
making: a Hying aisitt1irouh 1 J New Knfland : dren in our streets and poor houses, arc the i( Jour .,
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wv 6tfj| 'jeda) day at the Marlboro! hotel -i i fruits of early and improvident marriages, without a word) frm you. And why ? Because j I'i I is observed that the most censorious are ner." I sign that the interior of the temple was dedicated iI i-.
no she i is the ]heat judicious, who, having I It's true what honor, barring to Bacchus. Upon this point the Professor
111 toii. lr]>oii entering the parlor, we | and half the ini-ery of the poorer classes re- poor gen-Tally 3-0 say yer
IU tlO\w.J:1n i-Kga! itly dressed gentleman | bulls from the same cause. But rich or poor, Indeed] Airs Grant, you mistake me. I Ii i' nothins'to recommend themselvos will be I he came to his own bed-ide instead of mine." was peculiarly sensitive. .

who apn; >atvd in he greatly\ edifi'"d b\ the witor '; the generality of early marriages are unhappy, t i have not trilled with her feelings. I love her 'finding"fault; with others.! No man envies I "What his own bed=Idc were you inhisbcdT One day a chesnut, propelled b3 some invisible
( I indeed I do honor! was the merit of another who has enough of his hand, hurled across the room, and
ftiisjuin that lltntfd from his lips. Ills land should) serve as warnings to the oung upon 1113' I 0111luulJts :
.UMU,\' l'tlnljh'xi, together with the rich and i; !:''and nident, who contemplate such a criminal] t ( of her low:' I O'.Ul. Faith ye jist gassed it, yc-r Honor." came so violently in contact with the learnedgetmternan's

l'"iiifn' ( '!,MII"V(. ro\n.\ that ad* riit-d his perimj | tonS.I Mrs. (;rant shook her head incredulously.. -- ------ What brought you there ?'" bald pate, glancing off it spun II

*"R, 'rf'l tf'i us. witlt the Idea taat some 51ijstnuu _ :31is (;rant, I give you my word! as agtntleman A Witty Repartee That's more than I can tell you, yer Hon i almost I up to the calling."
I Mr.I 1- thundered out the Professor
"
!! tu-ilcru jxn-souage was an honored]I I Million. i it is so. Soon after the revolutionary war,. a brave. or. -,
You willing to her?" .\nd was that all did to provoke hi that was 3011. sir; I know it, sir; don'tden3
'UN.t the .Mailboro. A closer insiecUon.] of the are marry yanl.eo: oilie''r, a former captain in the sen ice you "
Few people have conception blushes! sir. ,
: any it, sir betray yon
Ibl\\'I ? ; your
\'tr, at revealed the features of the rov. be in Hns- anger
once at ,
: I stupendous sum which i is designated by this! 'omol j happened to t Petersburg .' else." Do think that I blus!-,sir ?" modestly
London Divil
time you
to
Quick
thing
lung' lust Juius.! As soon as his quick ex aitii "Thei no ,' sia, and while (there was invited to dine at the: a
: I tt nll. Some writer having fctated in ando Datbvvood iiui't still be in Lon Was there other present; j" asked the student
c1tl'u\'cr the Lee of his oJJ "matter t a; i headeti'haat becomes of all (the pins ?l" quick Lady : table HI! a distinguished m-jrchant., There any person I'
lu used ti call vhen Le \vant.'d dO Go and plead own can-e: and 1 of the table Not a cratureTindependent of hii wife.
> us % a quarter' : that millions of billions of must van- : your my : was a hrg!' number guests at Sllli.1I1d1i..til.. About two o\lock
: : pins I'I'1
lie, *aax (!TCmIi', left his admiiing i: auditors, ;I i job," nobody can tell how, or where, in the word for St"you will make Clara th'j h.ippie&tof an! anving the rest an r.nglishlady: who was "" Ills wife ? December night, when the thermometer
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a'ii i in the most Mirtly mado for 1 women. I of the! blowing Of course. .
of
oianner
usapjnoacliod anxious to as one of
Euclid appear I stood in the neighborhood zero, a party
A1e j course of a :year. a corrcfcpondv'ntof I ; And lout think deserved what
; I in London.
Raid in That was that American you you
night
wo a manner e die National fchows the very ones. On understanding I wags hailed a farm house in a very boisterous -
InUlligencer,
e qf @ttfl:1i\l', <. %U'hv, Julius) what itherc ;: of the assertion in the following up I After a careful toilet I went to POt man i was sitting neir her, sliu expressed to one ol r I you got I" \ manner. The farmer sprang out of hn

te (1I1hrt"os dfillg: ?" "II hUsh! hu.h !' 'I abfiurdity tIe ; Square, where lived July Da hvvood ; but mist i her friends :determination to flilltm. slit' \ Is it me ? I bed drew on a few articles of clothing, and

EU'Dhe: 1 aiill hii head and raUng his han I : article I 11 came up to the 1 began; (to hesitate ; fastened on him like! a tigrl' !, numerous Yes, you. __ out to seevliat. was wanteu" WHen, .f.ioU"_
of that
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\'t I I think, sirs, the,author cIHt this hour Sure it was all a mistake, yer Honor, 11 'ran
aiWB uiiuvi 3m nol Julius' Ca, when !: surely it was not proper to I enquiries! touching our manners, I habits j' interesting dialogue occurred :
following
thought! little of what ho was fa lug, divil hair
of
:w-\n i it wife and
ry OkaU Tubl.ec! and Chief of till I would to-morrow forenoon. mode ot r file! education, thought my own a a 1''
cll *, Have hay, Alr.Plenty .-
Cct3vs lie said that millions of billions of pins must Utllitres, you any
touched.
On the lorrw I was in P"rtllf Square I amusementsVe., To all these questions the of her head I ofit sir."

A tuuseJ at &* Mlow's i ingenuity in the art !' vamMiinthi, course of a year. Many pins, by fl'\'CI o'clock. The sight of some gentlemen otlicer gave courteous :answers which seemedto That may be ; but yon must be more Have pknt3', of corn ?'' .J"{
OfIzzmuggin., undoubtedly vanish ovc-ry year ; but any of the window made careful in future and I think under the circumstances you -
tvet ldLiin iowiJain, whereUpon that looking out ( pallor: ( s-itUfy: all the company with the exceptionof y(." ,,s4"Any
demonstrate to
mathematician will us a what
d'ring:1 a Eerrajt) to 1 bring; hiiu a rock. : : me FO nervous, that: instead of" knocking at the lady herself.Zlie was determined not ) ou must be content with oats 1" :1 '
manufactured. :
iii ff ftaur, itt. drew s-'mgle billion laafJ1f''cr yet been tho door I walked .\h, hour afterwards ': have got, but I cannot give you a war- .
.. it clo e :llon;'idc and Noah'eh-! past ut:1 to be satisfied, : she went on : Jon "Yes." ,
fj'rcadi' ,, Iiiinel. Jf," told U3 j hi;,, story) jn the J A "billion according of millions"to number I returned, when to 1113 disgust 1 II 1 Have the! tic mt'.) people ill )your county any ra 11 t." Plenty of meat and breadstuff ?r'- \ t.."t't",
is million
tours ster, a honor but when he hits me ,
of Hhieh }lie, I found footman lounging at the door. Thank yer ,
said that he had! made a I a open | canhgesJ for I suppose there are some "Yes." -
ROOd' .Hung of it !in KIgianav, be ing n- poor !' so the vast capacity t, I say to, that comprehend the human it. mind A manufactory has not-I What can these ins lent fellows do always ,' who call themselves rich." again, it won't be for nothing."shoulders and \ iI. we are QV very glad to hear if;;for

.n trodden .day: ," but that here he could I making one hundred pins per minute, ounging on the doorsteps I could not .My I residence," replied: the Captain, is Exit Pat, shrugging his they arc useful things in (family." ",

1MIf"! ""Jml'ltla in tl.at way unless lie and kept in constant operation, would) face that flunky, so I walked away again. in a lan town upon an Island, where thereare evidently diS:1ppointed.-E.r. The part drove off leaving the farmer to

Pretended to he a fugilicr; and! then they'd only make fifty-two millions five hundred I determined to writ.. Tho whole of next hat few carriages kept, but in the larger CELIBRATIOX OF TICK FOUKTII OF JCLYVT his reflections.
Want t (to Fuji )him consumed in writing, and in tearingup land there
off to Canada: where he had and day was towns and cities on the main are recent
and ninety-six thousand per annum, SALT L.\KE.-In looking over a
Desire logo ; so he concluded to turn In- would requite near twenty thousand what I wrote. Skilful as I am with iii)i iIll'l j! quite a number maintained, suited to our republican number of the Deseret News, published at (Q-\ fellow was engaged to a girl iu
tall
Its! and gu-u concert, and as it was just as at the same ratio, without a single 'yearl'l'l I I could] not on that occasion please 1)-!!'. nnnners." I Salt Lake, which contains a glowing accountof Maine, but liked her sister better than he did

&tObC! to 1)1. a chiif as a common Indian, he cessation, to make that number called a ; so I resolved to give up the plan [Indeed," cried the fair quest.ncr, in atone the celebration by the saints, of the anniversary her. Wishing to be on'with the old love before

to be the former, that he might attract billion. see Clara myw-lf, and open my heart to her that was both interrogative: : excam- American Independence, we no- he was on with the new he asked his betrothed ;

tflore general atteillio. besides tho especial 1 in (the burning eloquence of words.I tOY, HI I can't fancy where you find : others tho following poetic what! she would tak to release him-
fIOtice of the letter porlii of the in called next day. Tho house was shut up. I shouldn't think the Americans knew : tice, among that dollars she
-Lich n sociely, I Oz7- How do I look, }IUlIlp!) said a men ; toasts she replied about sixty-two
tie he had been very succ.essfiJ1.K to young dandy to his servant, as he finished A Li was in the window. Lady Dashvvood I how to drive, a coach." The: Ladies of Deseret-Like early thought was as much as he was worth ; whereupon

{ matter of giving cor.cl.'rtslu' said he didn't !I I dressing. gone abroad Wo find no difficulty on that account, they make full hives, and that's the I he paid the cash, took a quit claim, and

owonc note from another, but he could j Elegant, massa, you look bold as a I came home and sobbed like a child. madam," calmly rejoined the C:1ptninWe swarms the Kingdom thrives." married tho sister.
llay by ear To this day I am am a hl: hcJor. way
on wveral instruments, and es- have plenty of drivers by sending to England "
lion. can : Uath mountains about ?
The Territory of -Rocky Ozr What arc JOlt inquired a ..
JleCtallJ' on a Hate, one of which he stuck in- Bold as a lion, 1'ompey ? How do ?" said for them." worth and labor have their I cook who
t au old you : that a schoolmaster, : sandy plains, like : lunatic of a was industriously
tion? of tOl11ah:1, 'klud then' to the admirate -: know ? You never saw u lion." O"ht'8 letter X. It's daddy's To England !" exclaimed) the huly; ,speak. trains." i stripping the feathers from a fowl. .

> ( crowd, )he played beautifully on the 0 I seed one down to massa p in : handle of I yes, inassa name. No, jou blockhead, it's X.- very "The United States- they're "Dressing a chicken, answered the cook.
j tosidcrl.Le nn Indian tomahawk, which was a I Jenks in his ttable." Taint X neither, i's daddy name, for I seed I ought, to drive tho English, instead of the as tho Chief divided disgraced as n.. I should call that undressing," said tho .

dOing performance.( : lie said he was Down to Jenks, Pompcy ? Why, you him write it .", I English driving the AmClic, ns." thief." crazy chap in reply, .
had a good business in IWton-that he great fool, Jenks hasn't got a lion ; that's a manya We did, madam, in the late war," re. At six o'clock on the fourth of July, the Tho cook looked reflective.

murit'd an accomplished white lady who jackass." O: Awful : to kiss a ros3r-chceked girl, joined the oflieer, "but since the peace wx announced the time for speeches; orations
tra\'l'led "iti! him and short that he mouth filled with Venetian Ked trumpet ozr: A that in journeying lately
in was Can't help it, massa, you look just like your have permitted the English to drive us and at ten o'clock the wag says ,
toasts, ; .
songs
oilJg it tuSghly strong, and begged us not to him ii." and she groing pale on it There was no more quizzing of our American fired for after which the danc ho-was put into an omnibus with a dozen per-

tpose that Le him, as the .1:1t6 of society was such, ozr: A little girl, walking one day with her during the dinner. He waited in vain, ing cannon was continued prayer until a late hour. s.ons, of whom ho did not knov'a single one.
could do uolhi 'as a nigger, tJUte'c.I.thing Sam Weller in Bardell vs. Pickwick," Turning a corner shortly after however; the
Courting is an irregular active transitive mother in a reading one after another like ,
of fif
as an Indian., Before we had time r\'e.J.t or:: It is a curiosity to find a mfts omnibus was upset. And then," said he,
third the who beneath for the next question. '
indicative mood
to verb, present tense, praises slept ,
think of
has a
repy) an flegantly dressed lady entered t'en110 not begun to getting I fouud them all out"Oz7
the parlor and perton, singular number, and agrees withit said, I wonder where they bury sinners husband, and an old maid who docs not won
,
him i m a most affectionate approaching) ) the chief, said to agrees with all the young gills in town, @3- When you see a good looking young OzJThe following shopkeeper's sign is lo der that she has not long been married. Tho kind lady who sent us a mhico

4' manner, don't it !t" catcd in Camden : pie with the request to please insert," is assured .
% dear widow promenado the streets daily don't imagine -
our carriage waiting, will you OCrWhen the winds of applause blow that
fionorus she wants second hu Oh such "I roast fat hens and roosters tcw,< such articles are never crowded rout
with a : 1
I" OziFather what does the printer liveon i then with steady
your company Certainly, ; fresh and strong, steer a
6u.lllt' idea enters her head. And feeds tho pigi with com and otes, by a press of other matter.-Lynn J.YCICS-
and with a kovving wink, he bowed ?f" \\Iiy, child I" Because you said an never hand. '
LiluS -1f out of our presence, and in a few you hadn't: ) paid him for four years and still CCrA letter l b advertised in Buffalo, directed And, every day l hath pomethiti ncu, 03- The Union" majority Mississippi

ttU>8theieaaer, we saw ()h<,h Tnlbcr., the! you tako the l':1pcr. Wife, spank that; to Dr. V Vanderkerbadgerdunder- t Tew tickle down my boarders. throte" ftT Girls are like peaches, the nearer they i is about 1000,and the vote ,000eS9toa.| ut( I.

Cl acroftl; Chocktavvs and his white wife,, child." tiomp." SALLIC 6\1:8D5." are ripe the more they,blush. the last State election. '.

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,l t%oM i the fialtimvre San. I have the- honor- to be, very-respectfully, The Greer and Donaldson Correspondence. the pmt of (thu deceived! to Ic deluded tte ki r.gtho States Lnt the rl 2.Vtl4Hg' of

%% Correspondence between Qov. Lowe and the your excellency's obedient servant, tfmn& urmiL Our ncighl-or, the Ncntincl, publishes v.ilh d.> not say that our neighbor was iili"S t" own creatures and we uhhc our cotcarary

; %\ President of the United States. C. LOUIS LOUXt s-'eming gravity, the following pretended e-a'l beguiled, Lot we cannot help thinking that : in its own way, to ShOW to it, rcajy"the

> Tlie fallowing important correspondence, /// Eifcllrncy, the J'r sitknt oflftf ViiilcdSlates. TALLAHASSEE : foSATURDAY. r delegate's( to a Democratic Convention : the< cxcrcue.ofa moiety of the penetration j dangerous pccipce toward. nLitKt
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i iI It will }1)3 seen, lias been: furnished for publication ____ '- --.-' PUMOCKATIU NATIONAL rONVEXTION. winch usually charaeterizes the Scntmfl w onld! j si looking to leadiln m. I Heretofore the Sfn f >:, order of Gi I/owe It will com. a ---- OCTOBER 11, 1S51. thiough the: has flamed and thundered
bI by v. Dnrunw.r or STATK, ? The democracy of the several States of the have enabled it* eritor to sec alcnt, tl, a Q i
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mind a general pnml, nnd we doubt not, \ LT niiu are hereby requested to cl.oose their | trick the Herald was given right of revolution," Id "
Washington, Ser.t 10, !1831. &The anther of the report of the Agiicidtiiral flimsy j( and! miserable j jt

g ? meet with general approval; : Sin:-Your letter of the I 13th in .>t to the .Meeting in Madison, published ia the f;'l"tL of delegates to the Democratic National j perpetrating.If to others the ilufy of oremrg tlie: eyes",j '

Sr\rr. DicpAttTMcxr, ) 1'res-ident, has been received. In reply I am Convention, to meet at Hahimore on thefiist people) as to what i is mer.nt i ijir.dwhatu

I! -I': i' Annapoli*, Sept. 17, IS.'il.; \ instructed to bay that on Saturday Hst offi: Fhiritiian Journal of the -7lh September, [ :Monday Ill June, 1S.VJ: !, to nominate candidites .' ti.e Slat. of th, Unvn tm' tl-r p' liMcn.njrt. t'tate' is by "rtiotm(

: referred to wiites I us a letter( complaining of the many !i : for Prcei.lent and Vice Pie-t-idei.t tinn- /1.4'( ** trctrctJtfter to txpcct i it' it Uv i ion
: :: EJifars of the Sun : (4i a reports of the out rage; by your t.> KWet tLiy ran > o at any
nf the UnitoI States, for the oi nnd! this the t'n.Ur.tflmhng such a moile r.f redress.
-. GrNTUMix order of the Governor llenc were received fiom th CownUexce errors which were permitted to mar the re- : snppo.t :? ftirrrn) wt. Was Araist a
:-Hy the l Democratic Republican elertrrRep- -thi-! WM* tlulaw.. instituting the nwr.i.itr words and -
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p -5oner j of the Finled* States in Phihdelphia, ort.Ve are for it, and that it ) : phran-s
: I transmit for publication) the correspondence( p sorry regiet be villii"l"the the c u-\ Toay hr.i a State re't'rve't to her.-t-.f. of r triotic
reseiitation.should in accordance!
recently had: between tha! department and th<- I ind the Dhltk-t AtttrtefOrthC Eastern District is beyond our power now to remedy the mat bas-is, with the addi-- ttlti'tlntrdf-r fa rr.I fin IfflPj>(UP. \j ih: nt fn- ardor, the cor.tervatne doctrine of$

: .1!.. federal government. The Governor; elesiree of Peitus' Ivania. L We generally to correctly decipher new Concessional ( j'jr tjtiti'> tinrht f witi.r.wal! from tinVWn.. i.n.l.ct Rights! has been srcf: rvd at, amid
r. try tion of Senator ial delegate-*.) as a j
two
After careful consideration of tic subject the cxenw of that right roust be rvn'-i'i:;*nt Uf j t41 8Unf
I it b asit will!! tend to (
to re-assure the have
: ;published orders were dispatched by the President Kie manuscripts! sent us, ami maketliem reui V,'rQfl-1Iraee Cbrk.: V .-F. P. Wair, ,Jr, j h c act'on' ;.f 1 the Federal (Ootrrnna-nf. sum* to u.s tute- cople been urged to atcertth
the public mi.iJ: that jn tr e wi I bo executed like the Mn'iaf-CLsrles Andrew* j.T.y. J. C. NoWr. ( riiinetkiugtry much! like nnicn>e." iirulihet. w hich is the concentrated
..? M to the oflioers of the United States inPennsvUanii as nearly originals as possible, but j j essence of feJeriUrn. .
of the murder proper
: upon ilia fwpetruturii recent .V.: //-Jamra SaniVni. t JTXnM-C. II iVnaKInn.lrk We to under-[
I i confess our utter inability This is the cloven-foot
I ,: and treason in Pennsylvani-i, and that rneunres ; : requiring: them to proceed immediately ; we arc frequently mortified with learning, as f j!...&-L.1l4 \: : K A \Vhittlev. of the J

will be tnken: to prevent ainiibr occur to arrett all persons vho were in the present CMP, that mistakes oeonr notwithstanding t I. T>. F.ililtt in. ". .'*.-EHJTMM> Co- rly, j stand this paragraph. Will our neighbor explain doctrine, and it is only necessary for k .

ncohia i tiw future.Ilespcctfullv nimimlly 1 concerned) in the trausac tisn. effort to thorn. i:. Man-_ /-S. S. Vw. I''>hl'-S. M &Liry. j: I IE.twll its meaning !-and will he inform l.i- t< to answer faiily, and candidly thee c.or
injtnrc'ed every preverit X. ) Cro-vv-t-ll, 'JntKftna U-li. Kl Usvt'nli.
Tie Dictiict was especially -
) your ob't'orv't) Attorney R H. V. Ijliw-Z. F'tnm. [ readers who it is that preaches such incon- w have asked, to his
M t tc as-certain whe-Jhe-r the facts vvon'd | !f correspondents would( however, write in a .V. /- Writf.t ; open readers'ejf t
TJIOS. II. O'XKAL, /',flH.-J.'l'il. Foniev, \.ljC(1afl'I. 1 It. t'l.irk, \ TUOUS absurdities I Certain it is ire have no the heresies
Secretary ot State. make oat the crime of tre-uon agai: st t the clear, logiMe hand, and only on one side of a /, ..-On.( IL 1lI1tlIP, .Wff-N- OrwVm. ; I O t monstrous they aeivir.g wctkit r

United States: and :fso to take prompt: ; menurtH sheet, errors would be 1es4 frequent, and all.v Jr} ?._\ F. Itftvl.u*. i Ii-M.; ; C. Darling, i', 'recollection( of ever claiming for Secession e as wholesome! trr.th.

< (to secure all concerned, for trial for f7.-It'iU-rt Strange. ..7I1Lfl.? II. Hicluinl-s i that! it i h derived frozi the compart-that .tztr/t
: parties lettCl'II'fi'I. S.V.-T. M. PommanJcr. Ala. ".John Cragin, I I Candidates ia Virginia.
STATK DcrARTMnvr, I tliat cirtict.I ire re the terms cf t'iC cr.r.fticl To onr as- %
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: Annapolis, (Md.,) $ept. !." IhSl. J am instructed( to r.? ire your excellency County Election- Mis; :-E. IfcrUUo.L! i| ---CLirlcs H Pyfce, ;ute cotemporary wccr.ccrfr.lly! accord all the The two great parties fo the (Vrr.ni c.

$IR :-Orr my return to the Executive Depattment (i that the President regmh the violation of the On Monday: la't an election, tonk jlace 7Jw, ._II; CJ. E'l-tinan. 1 U-e-lat to be gained for such a grandiose" wealth of Virginia, have L* Id th jr ,
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after rights o! the peaceful citizens of Maryland Jicmocriilie National ('immiltcr.This / Irons flue fall
of the! St.'ite to-day, a tempo- j preparatory to ClCtterm ,
State for officers. 'fl,
; ': rary absence, I received H-.Mni-oinci.il ttatei i with d.'ep abhorencc, and that he will not full throughout the Comity In call originally appeared in the 2V. IT I id ea We are impressed, however, with the Wings have noRiinattet a titirGtcrge ,

9. 4 t jnntri (1>( the recent outrage cornmitta'i in the to e'xert all h'n constitutional powers to bring tht-j (Leon) County, the f !lowing gentlemen }>,V litrjM, which paper was the first to notion, (it h but a notion,") that the Senliid W. Summers for Govon-ir; p
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: State of P4'II1vnia,, : by a iriob of outlaws'l'upoii : 'le ollenders to merited! punishment, and to I were elected : feeling iU-lf beaten in all this eSiicassion, ; ii&I
imiLr in future.I n jli! h the correspondence! on the (subject ot! Watt.-* for Lieutenant Governor, S.' S.
the person* of citiz'-n Maryland: who ; prevent outrages I IV.) Gwv nn, Kiq.: Judge! of Probate.II. l but unwilling! to acknowledge its defc.it, puts VLY
.. were bly engaged in the assertion of I am, sir, respectfully, I1O. tic next Presidency between a Mr. Nathaniel f Attorney General. At the C.
peace T. Mucker, HIMiff.
in the mouths! of the advocates for the right
their right. under the federal Constitutiun I Your obedient fervant.v. (Greer, of town, r.tid: a Mr. C. II. DonjiMson, which cwlvcd these names, rc< '.
\ s. muiitirK) A. Myers, Clerk of the Circuit Comt. of secession: a theory st> totally ridiculous
and thf liw.; of Congress. Although I have ,
of Texas. Now di.-Iike i'lk-r- tire
though we to taming Compromise .
the mo't entire coilideno in the resolution! of r Acting Secretary. Hon. James 1C.: IJroome, Col. .f, J. Masvvvll i that t a, school-boy wonld scout it, and then! I measure auu i iing

your excellency! to enforce the laws; of the I ''r\ Hit Excellency, the Governor of 4iLirp. J. S. Sheppard and James Willis, lqi.( I rupt the! spoit the Whigs are having over thi.-: gravely elcclares it seems very much i iery towards Hllnune as the PrsnJ .a'ul,

land at 811 hazmd, and to the fullest ctcr.t'I i kn'J. Commissioners.J.: I t matter, all-respect cennt e-Ils r.s to disavow J jj.anv like nonsense :I'* Unt wv cannot pcrti.it thej j choice of the Whigs of virginia, v.cro accit.Il. .

it nevertheless becomes I knowledge of the manner in which the t } -(I. The Democrats have -n.h.at
I my duty to I Tiers High Treason.' 1 H. Rhodes, I1ax-ssosor and Collector. j j Sentinel to escape in this manner.v have t ; : tl Jes
this communication. Great as i U the nam .* of the editor of the rioii.ir.incV Jotir- 1 j I Johnson, for Governor ShtlJan
you ; : ; Y. L ,
SviAcr*r.:. N. Y. (Oct 1. A colored' man J. 15. Jeflcoat, Sur\ey !i endeavored: to correct its error, and tw shots
crimi committed when considered in j
4 ? $ seilely named .1 who has resided in this for m nal became .impended to the document above T Lieutenant Governor and V". p. !
i t ) errv, : city J. P. Cole". I-'SM.: (.oroutr. ipcoei tof
reference to the individual uctims themselves, ihat'; secession is a rigtt! of which the States ]
i sme time past, was arrested this morning, by its enormity: and danger: can only bo j:roperly : arl not deprive tienisclve3: by consenting te
|i U. S. Marshal Allen, as a fugitive f-lave.: lie Cotton Planter's Blecliuj.We I tltorizcd one to it and : The of the
estimated when viewed in connection with any so place: furtherj I j 1-Iuquirer, spealiaj riavafU
is trade and at work in his tlia I Uni'jii, and have never claimed that b\
a by was
the present State of the country. I cooper : commend to the reader's attention the more, ho never saw or heard of tlie call until and the spi.it animating it, say -.
when he arrested. The ofiicer in- t
shop was I tfiitue of the derive the .
From the very beginning, Maryland has, I formed him that he was charged with pone: 1 proceedings of the meeting of Planters in this; j i i iI it first me-t his eyi in the Sentinel on the compact they righi.I V'e have already stated that t'ii-' (Vnten.

with one voice, sustained! the compromisemeasure [ slight offence, and he allowed himself to l be city on Saturday: lasrt ; and we call the notice I j i i iof morning cf it-s publication. Of coarse then1j I! t'he States derive no powers from the Couatitution f l ion wa* one of the Lu'gft.t; no.rt eruj1g.: ,

of disunion*. No man within has her dared borders.to raise All the ': t taken and IrindcufTed under that impression. I planters eiit> chilly, not only of tins county I j i is no such Committee-man for Florida as the for the good reason that te! Coiisiitctifii tic cltiquen and able and haruio: iit.> tc..j

flag lave united? in defence of the Constitu-parties lc! was taken before Commissioner dine,,I but of all the counties in thtate, to the I i i iidi\iuiil i: ; whose namo appears from thi1State. being thy creature of the Stat.-j. t that we have ever vvitm-.seel. i"s.r i.onJcui

i ar.d an examination! gone into.: Considerable could not confer them did. and forty--eteu( delegates and ;. ':- ; {.-
they
tioti. All classes ol our citizens hnve renew-' resolution ofFered bv CIov. "Uobelc-v, as Icl-! I : We wordd not notict this matter with upon powers fffw
excitement v15 occasioned bv the arrest, and:l > v present anti re-prest-uud nrp bndrrd
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.- ed their vow a of fealty to the institutions ol\ !i a large crowd assembled! i b: and* about tie of- lows : seiiou-ncM, if tito correspoiidence, as well ai- t I nut before pfii&viv Hence teces ion U not. I'rflre conutios, and 40.0CO( f.iit of ihe-lt'.CCO

their fathers. Mar/land has, therefore, a I j 1 J free of the Commissioner.I I Resolved, That the [planters of Leon.' onnty tire call, had! not been recti.ed in the various \\i\cvnstitutional right but is derived, as Mr. Deinoeratic votes -a>t iu 1WS. !n pwrvtt.pert .
:
moral tight at the South which} armies and I j I While the examination; was progress, ing, the; ( be re-q'ie&ted to fniuish the Secretary of'I i! sections of the with! much ; Cobb says, from the reserved sovereignty. J it stands fotth ia bii i.t e-o-itraM\\rji
country a*
navies It would be terrible! i in- gravitv:
cannot give. j.negro J ( made his escape into the street and I { this; Association, information respecting the'! -f I th! Statee," and may be peacefully exerci-i[ the rutijicatica meeting fifth Vv i.i. sr tk.rInttesvrde. :
the whole -
deed if the should, under combination) ( : as the/ugh affair was real, '
any followed crowd of ;, amount of their cotton of (Ia' List and' loizafi.icd : | With the cnthnsiisni
: i was closely by a persons crops :; ;ed for good cause at the elu-cretion of ; aril foe
}
circumstance be diivcn herself] a
at
to
*, place I the vvok of th!
: t;n some of whom was deiiro'js to assist in his prtent year, for thj purpose of aiding and j ; ? gentlemen whose names appear. 'tate I iet'ling exhibiti-d at the el 'te oi our (Contention
the head of the column of secession. Hei of vvhieli cause the State itself theproper
;j' escape, ami others were equally anxious to I perfecting: a general system; of f information, I!j Put the truth i is, the ll.ing i i.s a ji ke, H we doubt 'not for a nrc.cit
declaration of disunion vvoald be fatal.
Where wouU Virginia !bp ? Whore in fact, | :asf-Ut in IllS recapture.' A 1 carriage wns in reference to the production." [ got up by ti'vJ! prince of jakcr for the purpote judge. From these premises it is evident !.at nneler our gailaut am1i p puL"

every Southern State i The result is, too tetrible j jsjtceUily' procured by the negro's fienes: but t I Exaggerated estimate's: of the! proballe rx- of fooling frornel ody-the* Kcnlincl, prcb- : that the exerciiC of the right i h contingent standard-bearers, and theelvqut: rttnsciit : Prioe

nit ia eenson) to be made available for the cbjtvt i : the aethn of the Federal Goven.nent .tiou of LIWHTV, i>T.vriH RCUTJ.
tent of this foivvard upon: ;-
for contemplation.! And yet, sir, ve years'crop nre gong va- ably-and! jjfrhaps of killing e-ff Houston for
must look this contingency right in the Inc C. hicw.. lie was recaptured: by the olfieers '- ning from2ti90CJO( () to :1jOOCOO) br.l.-yj' the Presidency- have -not the right"contingent:, for t-.t! I is TIIK Co.\.STITtTION .AM THE I .MO' ," cyo*
though;
/ before he gut out of tho limits of the-1 we never yet the >ld faI ioned. JeliersonL-tn aiid ?.iadl on-
Do not understand! me as intimating that tliis m city. He was then taken; to the polife ofiiee, j J Jj while few of those who really kno.anything j heard that he has been in any very great elan- possessed antecedent to the action," let the Ian Uepubiican reioliftton, nt' 't'jy arct Tt9,
disaster i is Far from it. Heaven :
upon us. 1 followed crowd mostly about the matter lace thtir! estimates above i : jtMiSalL? exercise of the right. If the Government emblazoned the Den
forfend it Hut it is necessary that I should j ) by a l.ngo composed | | gcr of having that office thrust upon lam. We upon car flog, rcracy of

tell you that our people are deeply and ju>tlyexasperated. jofhisfiii'i'd.s. The examination was resumtenl j I I iiSOO,000 bales. The; effect of th* erroneous t j j have no doul t that the truth ia pretty nearly furnishes no cause," of course the Virginia will: achieve"a, signal tiiuaijh ia October
with closed doors and the of the and December.)
It is i proper that you should! purport calculation will be to depress the market::, told, in n-garu to the correspondence, by tie- right" will! not be exercised. It would Lt
J\ evidence addaccil :'s not known. Several 1
frankly; assured tliat nothing can, or will, or '; white men were arrested for assisting the neoro ?- arid give to manufacturer* and speculators! the New York Itiirror in the following! which we.: wrong to exercise it UflTei5um! e-i.-curntan- The election for members to Congress and

ought"to satisfy: them but th? most prompt arid vouL' ; the State Legislature, cs well ss for the rsli-
: cs, give
) of essicncf
stocks
: : ''n bk attempted (light. oppoituniiy( getting po at slip from: that paper: iotierenuim'rijStatcsju&tcanse :

thorough of and the severe murderous retribution treason upon recently the perpt'trators ]i This being the county fair-day: a lar g::1? j a price btlow what!: the amount of the crop I "Tho Ljcj-ress dcns: tile Grcer and It to coriJ't4oz, but not to interpose by tication of the new Co.istitation, takes p.ace

committed in Penn \lvania. I am rejoicedto j: concourse of people surrounded the police office will warrant. A genen.l compliance with-| i Donaldson: correspondence relative to a forthcoming i{force, for such interposition, (in tie language on the 23d of the present moi.tb. Should the

where the negro and the \\hite, men were Democratic! Convention. Mr. Vest of tha Chronicle : Constitution be approved, of which tLere is
be informed tliioe: ? worthy and patriotic the resolution above, on ihe part of plr.nters, j fy Sentinel, another of :Mr.C'oll3 :

i Judges, ( ncr :ud Kane, have expressed j) ;!:i ui.flergoing crowd an to cxuninatmon.throw stones About into the tut! ,uin-the' i will place in the hands of the General Conj' i j cot, once United States Senator from Flori j suprorters,) would be "tha worst i no douLt, an election fur Governor, Lieutenant : -
began da, who} has been known in
the oj inion that the crime amounted to treaon dow of the police oilice pretty frely which ver.tion to meet at Macon on the 2'th. s-isch i j yeais ng a practical j joker, and Washington not at all fo. j| i.ir.d of: tyranny and opprc iZon.'' I Governor, Attorney General, and macrn-
against the federal Government par-1 !I
therefore, by the federal court?,,and cognizable puniihahh !j!1 had' I iho effect to adjourn the court till right information as will correct any false i1pre 5. 'i ticular about his jokos, or-his! way of working: : I i This is our *doctrine, and not tie nor.scr.M-- !1 hers to the house of delegates, arc tobecho-

miller the federal laws. This gives [i o'clock to-morrow morning. I ion, ad: give to the market a healthy, per- tiiij! out, has become, the editors tell u?, re1cently | cal, mcaiirgle: tlicory the Sentinel ha* ,j sen on the Sth December-tue seuts of fee
i After iic!t adjournment the fugitive was Liken j connected with members of the elected in Octob
a r.iortiinjr ii m.inufnctureil. Legislature -
ma coniidence that justice will be done speedily mancnt tone.e iT.per ii j Any other we repudiate asmsotmd
into the at the back of the 0.1vt! \ noi more thin
and fully. Oar people) will wait with all I apartment- ? ? po-.-. {u-uliVtilar he is in the an J no other have advoca r being vacated by Jihc new i'or.atilution.
mode we
ever
and
t lie tht'. The Hillsboroirgh Recorder manner of
reasonable and cyinlidi'Uflt.lc ftvwA'U ? ws I.remuved I. permits i itsclh't 0 practical jokir.g. Rumor
irovornment patience, as we-11 as of it- good intentions ;; to a riace of smfcty, but time vxcit L :make tie! amusing expression that lic! SmUt:Cof SIVP, and it I U generally believed, that ted, and none other is or has been contendedfor ILvfLEu DOWN TIlE Ft.ic.-The .raIach-

will necessarily be governed by the result. ) ?: coniimmued to increns and an attacnas *; North Carolina: i is as true to whiz: principles I. tliis "Mr. Wcstcott i h Mr. Greer, of Iowa," I by the Southern Rights party in Georgia -. icol.i Adv ertiscr has haded! town the '.VLig

Nor is this all. If passion and judicfjcontrol I made on the police olficc ba number ,, as any State in the Union." \1\ ill the! anti .Mr. Iorialds.on, of Texa.ar.d that Ire or any where dse-.no, not even in much abused -1{
and 1.3 henceforth Le "neutul it !
flag, to
pr : pelItics
Recorder be :; (Mr. %V. is the! real ; -
hot.4U the verdict of Pennsylvania I! 1' person: out&ide, composing the mob. good enough to sawhat MVy ) : man who has been putting South! ('arolina-and '
1 : Clubs i: rinciplcs; are, and what the* Editor ;; questions: to and we challenge pro.f / Can the Kthopian change LU sin
c.-owbart liis receiving
jtlIicQ. in the trial: of tins issue, I tre-mlh I for axes, !, d'c. were freely LSei ?, as w replies from to tire
tLe LTnion. One thing i is very clear, and it is : The doors and w indoxvs were brolicn through I are for I North CaroUui Slan ar:!. (, Iv. Marcy, .Mr. Van Uuren, Mr. Ritchie, ar.d: || j contrary. Hut the Sentinel refers ns. criTic Leopard hi. spcU J. L. V ynunba*
; !
this : that Maryland would not remain: ovrj' : and the office filled willi armed snemi.I A pertinent question, truly. What arc I| Mr. every Jernocratic body in almost cve.vI to South Carolina, and to the address and dr-poscd of !Itii interest In tho paper to U.

day in tire confederacy: if fnallj! assu-ed ciiher ,I I he negro though wai still beyond their whig p inciples! ? At rnc lime they embraced I! I state of the Union. Tho editors of the LV resolutions of the Southern Rights Clubs at Nixon, and it i is now published! by \Vison d;
that the renc.i. A plank! used j press think that this sort of trick does no creel- their in I
;powers of the federal Government wa-s as i abatteting ram, bank meeting l Charleston. Now we ask
a protective Tariff distribution! Nixor.In .
of the j it to the character of
were inadequate, or that the public and an entrance lorcid with it through the' journalism or journalists l, our if South
opinion 1 j cotemporary Carolina .
of the non-sJavchoMing; States was adverse j ) separating the olllce from the apaitnt : proceeds of the public! lands among the Stiles and Hof a nature to bring all real news into t proposes regard to the amount rfLiss by itelata

... to the protection of the light*, liberties and l. j I jm in the rear of it, in \\Lioli the negro was and divers and sundry other! matters not necessary : disrepute ; but there is no doubt that the Democralic j to secede without alleging any cause' for gale Apalacl.icola, and the number of lives

lives of IIT citizens Il the I I'niojj; is to I be I ;I confined.arlilion. to enumerate. Are those measures a 1 :ader. more or less, in all the States I' i j her action I Certainly not, and therefore onrj lost, the same paper says-

merely a union of minority: tlaves to majority\ TLc (officers having the nrgro in car!, e part: of the whig creed at the present day?-- !have of been most boantifu'Iy duped for tie! purj j I neighbor's reference only telLs ag.iin&t him, Wishing to avoid ggerotinn. it is profer -

tyrants, then indeed our government has failed ?: j mads a stout refcM.-snce, but ilioy were BOOH We rather not. The poc entrapping them into the writing o'I!'i-H-If.j ji Hut the Sentinel again, by war we to state that now we believeonrf'ormerestiinaIioll
Hank Ins letters
been to be
in tlu> end overpowered) by the mob and the guess i published. The principal '
of its creatiiin, and the negro was object'j. have been th
sooner of breaking the force of views of damage to beyond *
it is borne off in : Kicked as "obsolete," even the of the letter writer seems to have been suppose our ,
i dKohvd the better. Tliis I triumph. His i friends had a carliage by great expounder j. to l-.ili]] '
assure j jfeir mark but we find it impossible, nt present,
you
intimates that ;
i is the I in readiness for him Ii -a Tariff off! Houston's chances for the Presidency for they are no older than 3Ir.Cobb's .
sentiment of the! patriatic South, near itnchl's tavern protective receixxs go.br i iby to down a definite amount of loss i in real
iho roiscfraivc South, iho! Union-Jovian \ into which ho was hurried an I taken out the mass of the faithful! in tha! Southern j which; purpose (lidding*, of Ohio, is made to t ( letter. In reply to this it i is only ne-, and put personal estata.

South. I am not j" of tou'n to a place of s. cur ilv. give him: a sort of sanction,-and that thecorrespondence to refer to iho columns of this
intruding u1; on your excellency States, ar.d by a majority; of the loaders I in ; cessarj" pipe "Eight: lives were lost. Samuel Smith,
my views and ( )iflO21S. I j J In his endeavor to keep the in cnslo was started in this citv t to i for months in vindication. of the
am; plainly nogro the of New York past As far back] who was one of the two survivors
uafoldiiig tI*. views and sentiments; of a : i jdy, Marshal Fitch! of Rochester, had 1U; i rigbt city -the distribution scheme give an indirect lift to Mr. Douglas, of illinoi ]'- wreck .f time 1 ( drown
peo- ; as the time of Anderson's rig Saratoga (18-14)) was
I i.s in (the --, there i is I Judge Report, wei
frame doubt.
plo, with whom J am well acquainted.: It j.s !I! arm broken: in two places.: No one e-lsa i isI I category, except tint it is so no IIf I ed. TI.o: othe.3 were two children of Samuel

import-list that I should d.i so-it is i iiecessary It I{ reported seriously vonntted.In dead the hand of resurrection w ill never reach 1 1it. t we arc permitted to make! a guess; it i isj. gave to his resolutions, which avowed subjstantially I- Dray, keeper of Dog Island Lighthouse, Mrs.

that I bliould do eo. I fear the latent'i 'j half an hour afier the rescue hid been:m The others, might lit resuscitated, proviiled j. j! that time Mirror has hit the nail on the head' the docti Inc now contended for, our Stewart and child and Miss! Me-Svvain, at the

causes of dissolution more than those which 1 made, the crowd had entirely dispersed, and I the people should be reduced into( placing ,J -}Veslrot! is at the bottom of this whole t cordial support. Tho third resolution ac same place ; Sutton, a rni"P nwler.tormerly .
the
j
have heretofore? agitated the surface* of the| j| city resumed its u-ual quit aspect. I that able of Columbus Ga. Zeb. Sanders.an .
I all the departments of the i matter-that he is in fact J companying Report was ia these are
Government thanu-K.'reer"
P. J.j Lear the! i in ,
claimant
waters. I fear that the North does not Le-lk'\u of tim alleged! fit- j assistant keeper of the St. Bias Light
in th? possibility of 'Iittnion. Fatal incredu-1 jgitivc i slave, was arrested as a kidnapper on a the hands of the straight-out Whigs-a cit.- j| of Iowa, and C. I II. Donaldson, Esq.: ; of |{ words-" ; 'Fhie keeper of the Light, K. BaIIard,ant

.t !lity If they} could only be nnile to believe; warrant issued' bv Jn-ticelloare, on tlie complaint I. Ciiiiutance! not within the range of probnbili-l j j T'xas-imRl: we are almost confirmed in thn f draw 3.from Kfitfrnl.ILK Union Tliat,each when State thf obligations Ins n right fifth to *-n-Ith-mutual } vvifb, together with John Caij. h and J. L. W1<

it possible1, it would then indeed be impossi I. Itk. of ( A. Whcaton. lie will have an t}' for the present. It i i--, then, a pertinent inquiry I. j| by the declarations e>f citizens of Iowa, in I Fompact are Irnlcn by thff ofhfr p-irtiei, and man, who, with! their families, were at St.

I IJut their disbelief, renders: it probftble. I i examination this mnormiimcr. j u-hrn such $(ate may tl>vn suth icit/tJffiKiil Bias with thvir lives?
neecixary
very -irJuit arc Whig principles 1 We j Washington city, that no Greer is a member ? narrowly escaped
Believing it to be afar off, and even j SYRACUSE, Oct. 2. pause j to It' r honor or rawntial to fur trfll b'iny, and! thorut -
bra reply. of .1113Democratic Committee in that State t, u f> that any attempt on the of the (Gennil Go
part
j
receding, they act in a manner which will I, j Mr. Lear, the agent for the claimant, I n-sist the 3Iu. WEzm.rEzm.-'t'ht, telegraph reports
give vernnu nt t< noarvful st-ceyicn from
-- is the
precipitate the crisis, as rnrely as it will be !;'bail this mornit.g, to appear for trial, on tho Stop'Thiefl! Stop Thief- or they believe, any other being than the Union of any State would be a gr..sm usurpation ofa ; Mr. Webber as ilangeronUy ill at MarsIiftU

to them unexpectedly. I do not know of a.J. charge ofbei.iga Kidnapper. No attempt, Tho J following resolution is the fictitious one needed to give circulation to I power, subversive of the rights of the States, and dc- The New York! 3/Jrror, one of the cC11
among ;
tingle incident that has occurred tifice the, was made to recapture Jerry after his reseriej number I hoax or a falsehood! ; and with reference to i structivc of the principles of lilarty." started -

passage; of the compromise measures which,j, ,; from tho! poire otlrco and lu> is now undoabir Convention recently adopted by the Free-Soil Donaldson of Texas," it has not jet been t Is there any eliilerence between the doctrine organs, says that this is a false rumor,

tends more to weaKen the bonds of union and, r 'edly boyond the reach of the U. S. authorr- lately in t session at Worcester made to that there is tudi of this resolution and that advocated ii by the free-soilers! of Massachusetts to UII

aroufe dark thoughts in the! mii.ds; of men', : tiei'. .Muss : appear a person in: columns I | oiThi* influence iti that State in the comin?

than this late tragedy. % will its The general of Resolved That the( that State, and least of all that he is author our
or influence topic conversation t1is morn- Free-Foil party is prc'- J Jmincntly I The Senii-iel election. Singular conclusion. Adeadboaj
and effects be limited within! the 'ing, is the successful C the izcd to act in manner for the of once more insists that Mr.
narrow borders escape, which seems to < ;party of the (Con-tituti and j any party ; has been known to work results_wl *
of our State. They will penetrate: the ; afford the most unmitigated satisfaction. of the Union, of law and of order of freedom I which he professes to boa member. | Cobb has no where recognized the right of. great

ouI! of the South. They will silence the cot- I and of [progress; that it I t i is opposed in principles As to the call, a late number of the Herald, secession, and that none of hU advocates recogni.o I ness the commotion Mark Antony sttfWBi'over :

fidnt promises of the Urion men, and ghe A Cotton Planters' Convention-Iilovcment timid aims to sectionalism, secession and it-and furthermore, that the the bloody corse of Casar.? It i-- further
learn quota
: force to the appeals of the Against the Speculators. disunion and knows [as we by the following (rein the Richmond friecJs IS
,
secw-feionUts. no North, no South, no tions we in our last from the Savannah reported! that the greirt expounder's
They will enter into the agitations of tc! The Cotton Planters of middle Tennessee East, no West, but embraces with equal patliotic I Enquirer of the COth September,] admits gave tho Kay State are about making arrangements

next Congress, and weaken the public hope" i ieverywhere. are acting favorably on the proposition for a love the country, the whole country, it to be, what it certainly i is, a Jioux : Republican in disproof of our neighbor's! assertion i De-

For all (these evils there is but j Southern Convention of Cotton Planters, to one and indivisible.! "Kx.vcTLV: AS wi: ExncTii: : >.-Sunday's: amount to nothing, for the Kejuolican to place him, dead or alive, prominently

n Mnglo corrective ; and that i is, the most be held at Macon, in this State, on the 27th This reads very much as if it had been N. Y. Herald virtually admits that the call j has disavowed tho doctrine of the! consiilulional fore the country for the Presidency. SlwuUifrwonder.

complete vindication of the law, and the fulli i !i in ti ith it.! Florida The suggestion and has,been we believe, originated stolen bodily from a batch of thunder for the next Democratic Convention in Hal- (!) or reserved right." Until the disavowal None buLthe green-horns have to-
gotten
Cfct ictribution: upon the c iniiunl.I j affirmatively acted tirnore itt June next, with the of agined that Webster ha been eating chowder
names most is produced, we shall ho *
the at compelled to
by planting interests up some Constitutional
had upon not Union Party'
intended to and only
forward
prepare to.-! of time numbers of Iho National Executive "and tho
: your excellency a statement of the facts of, !i in that State, but throughout Georgia, Ala meeting. It has so much of tho Union" Committee, (our own among them,) professedly -i| rely on the extracts already given, for we and pitching hay at Mar h5;ld tie

,I the case, made ont from the communications I)ama, Loui-iana, tC. The object that is twang about it, that we insist! upon a rebuke j-igned by authoiity, and embracing j have seen nothing ia the columns of that paper surrounding county' for nothing, except

.1 pent (o lids department, but I find from this t'rooming's sought uniform to accomplish, i?, to establish: a more being given to the Frec-Soilers of Maasachnsett (;Jreer" and "Donaldson," i is a miserable since the 'Itli] of August, differing essentially love of the timing.Uzi' .
for the
papers just received, that the oflrcers and price great national staple, (-, by some of those \\lro have the Union hoax. \Ve thank the Pennsylvania!! for having from the ucws contained in the article UI1IF.C;
thereby the
of the federal! Government have secure planters against flunctuatioii Washington Republic pan
already in and
and continued in their especial: keeping. Who our namo during our absence-, exposed from which wo quoted-and besides, we have.
depression of will attend inter
been engaged in maUng the proper inveFtiga- pritvs, to this utterly unauthorized ti ick. As official notice to mariners and others
lions the the result of which has which they have been and are Etill subj clod to this I Don't all speak at once, gentlemen. the belief of the Savannah Georgian that not. I'S' !
upon spot, : | j the soon as we can get rid of the dust am! fatigue estcd, informing them that fatting

S been or till be placed before 3 ou. I how; bo by taken present policy. Measures are also to F.VTHE2 MATIUW. and! travel, \vo shrdl fully expose this second only the Republican but every leading Cobb which for some time p.ist has been station*"
to asceitain -Catherine
your excellency will regard this letter as by l as accurately as possi.bly Hayes, the ct of a wretched hoax,at which the President's press in the State, admits the right! Florida,"&
a the
no means indicating lack of confidence extent of the present crop of cotton, recently imported "Swan" from Erin, i is soon tho and other at Carysfort Reef on the coast of
any j. organ, Republican: Whig To the inquiry addressed the Sentinel in tBrecon's
i) variously estimated papeis removed'
in the federal authorities on my part, but as a i by dilll-rent parties, to give a concert for the benefit of Father so greedily nibbed." on the 1st of November next, bo
whoto interest lies in exaggeration and misstatement. regard to its views about the use of force on will e&-
t proper snd necessary exposition of the \u ws Mathew, who is about to leave thu Reef Rhode Island, and
entertained Tho Nathulle (Tenn.) Jtttnncr country After this exposft\\o should be pardoned the part .of the 11elcral Government direct
the
t by citizens of this StaJo (for no bit .
for Ire-land in of two white
Collins' lights.Crn.1
j
which I feel justified in vouching,) in legard j heartily seconds thc o proceedings. The cdiJor ono splendid steamers for bestowing on the Sentinel a few wellrnerj j response is given, for tIme reason, we sup-

.: to the character of this atrocious occurrence, i expresses the belief that the power to -a free passage having been generoufcly itcd raps for tho greedy manner in which it j pose, that in this instance discretion" id bv AND THE PiiE iDK.vr. A German

.. Its we-ll as the general attitude of the country i the remedy flunctuation the growing of evils complained of- tendered to him and suite by the proprietor of has allowed itself to be hoaxed in this disrer-!I far the better part of valor.Vo akcd I in St. Louis publishes a letter from **'
prices and the paper
in connection therewith. If under ruinous the lino and accepted the
any fir-j schemes of largo mpeculatorb-hivs in the by Apostle. Mr. utable business. But we forbear. Wo are I the question because the Sentinel'* doctrine Governor Reynolds, of Illinois, in wbicHw
cumstances, your excellency f-hould deem itu Corcoran the
advisable to rcquiio my oflicial sen-ices in hands l of the planter ; and it only requires banking house of Corcoran aware that it not unfrcquently happens that tends directly to the use of force, to tho annihilation says ho will vote for fit) nun opposed to

V any union and unity of action to produce iV Kiggs, Washington, has forwarded 8500 thoso who make the and alsO U5A
way connected with the pending inquiries, it I great greatest pretensions to of State Sovereignty and State 1 Cuba, for President in! 1832,

: will give me great pleasure to place! my tittv, the rewilts hud beneficial,'* Savannah to every cotton Xcirs.grower in to be added to (tho proceeds of Miss Hayes Bagacity are sometimes tho most easily dn- Rights, and to the consolidation of the Gen-, the phrase M I think Douglas will go for t

4$4.: 4 at your disposal. | Jhrning concert. petl, especially when there id a willingness on I oral Government into ono vast despotism, mi-. ha."

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PrC'flt(1t. nn J Secn tsiifs slall be txolficiom cfrri'ho: Missouri Messenger say?-" A At Cost. Jest F.ccsiYcd from KcvrX Oxleaa.f .

: %lb3S a -- 'inli,1! ? oJ this council. ycuag man, nbout 23 years of age, named receive- from NCT T >rk en con.'i rran Tit. \ BARRELS SnrrrSno FWtJ .
rae nt.cltifl nf iiiAttht ,">. Thi Association: fchall !lio'.d! regular meeting JUST Cltt'ice ...
; -, was sold! this morning: under( the \agratit L'1ictiVhie ('ha. D.-ron. Cobur-a, and Ilat.d > 2 Ilhda. Sugar. -
: r C' JIfl1S1 nt :Mali-on Com House, qurirtoily: ont'u'lirht net : !bro-.i Ist tir9 ihliars !" Pc.ld UonnrtFar. \ 000 Lb. Bacon Sidw, end SticolJcrs,

% 1 SJ I, it vL or&Irttht SaJunlnyin January, April, July and ._ Pink, UIu". tn 1 White Satin dilto, lCr.( Szir Cured Hanis. 'i'
.: Fannr Flower aol Wreath, 10 T.Us. Irish I'lifatuKN
( frcoIdt1.fl3 flfl October, nml until othciMise tloteriiiiu-! l, onhe
tIi I1rcfltflI. FJirida'br each month and it Georgia Election. rct'r)- family should st o'IPO pnvura a bottle of th Band Boe*. ttc. 5 Oniony
i 19 shall
:t r'Yi.vttVMdcil, w w ( lirbt Satnday : Returns from Georgia: show the election of rat Arabtn remedy f IT man or bit, called H. G.Farrc1i r Enur A ROWLTV; Auctinn.HTs.Ac. 10 Sacks Rye, V V ;
: '; bfleaiofl. f to geth.r .vuh! l3cAJ b? their ilnty to jippuint snmo suitable person October ii. I?Sl. 4.) It 5 libls. Leaf Lard. Fr ci mle fir
to Mr. Cobb l)) a large majority; -probably 10,- r* Arabian LI1Int'Ut It nllay* tho most i'i- OEO. n. r.Esrvicir.
'- it ( )egueISilp.r it each their meetings prepare an essay V
,1wutiiig 000. A this ten e pdi: in a fevr ntinu es, rcston-s the synovul Notice. October 1351. S9Jost V
on oar constinitioiml rights, to be 'dilivcrednt slip by morning's mail contains V-V__ V _
coN'n'cr1o:; : the succeeding mecli'Jg. 'i'hc Association returns from nil but twenty-six Counties, which fuLl or j
:-' of 1at1oi the fl5,11 to th? Imc: roUxe* contracted cords, I On the eUto of Iamiia H Xcwtoji. doe.-.etI,
the cit' shall also hold an annual meeting on tha1th give a majority for Cob!) of 11.S49. The \\ill prevnt U* liu.il aajou'it. i1 I vnuiiwr* to the Bnnjani. P,*.,'),'eJ and| 9 1 '. II ii COflIflOII and thall cures rhcumati nnd pal .; 21 tt.jpztitgi; day of July appoint pic\iouly anOiator Ju-jgp of I'robate f. r Leon County, an-I wk to t lie dwcliargeiL Slipper*, *
Counties to Lear from will
:v. tItse $nnttern ttUtS, ii'I f ir tl.at occasion.i. probably reduce statidi'ng ; also tumor scel'di neck, t-nUrgoment of and En.Tniflei! Jennv Jjiiul K>y* Kip Brogaiiii, MeiiJ*

( to ve rexio (i. Thi Association shall appoint delegates this t..) 10,000. the glimU, and w the bt m-icinc! f>r ailment (,f PATP.ICIw SM ITT 1. Amlnfr. Calf Sliotri, Women' (U. R4)41t.*. Kid d* Ac,

;rioi, zzu i f! < the Southern cattl over dwaovereJ. curing sweeny, s p irii5s, f-plint- October 11, 1KS1. 40 Cm ALSO.
Candidate for
et' other! fcouthrni? Bailey Rights
tq meet *
0 ; lliS: Uk Hights Afaoociations A g x f a* 'rtmen of I>;m< "tir airl Foreign Dry '

( r WM w [vuiiid dial | Conventions r.nsl mass meetings, \\hcnevcr the third district, is elected to Congress -overChappell and all ilw a. es which rcqunc C sn cztcnial apj
:1'lfnTrt"Vi;,: viiiet! !J w# are cntitM the Council of Vigilance and Safety sliJl! think about ICO tiixi. tie wAr. Iloliow ware, Cutlcfy, Fancy Goods, Ac. Fof
itoftUfelfMpomjnct.i| by majority.Col. -V j V Attcmsys anl Coi sellors at Law, sale Ly
.liid it nd expedient to do .
; so.
'" M fcntfical now inr'3 : proper : Jackson has been re-cbcted from the NASH & CO., ALLlGATOi: E. FLA.JL GEO. IL BE3TWICK.October .
s.5ril
? Vt'-t' : the { 7. Any tnumber may \\itlidra\v from this 4 1851. SO tf
J the Coiigrc of t W first District and! probably Benning, also Dealers in Brc Kcdiclscs & 3L O'Ratn _
: V Iflj'1'fl of j Association; by signifying such desire to th? s, c., WaTT Sumt. | :% '
i "
::1l! I hh1Y fIfll4I to super Recording ,e !, .Ju1' THOMAS
SiviTinai
1. flf %vrilten C.titutit, 8. '1'liis Constitutiun be altered 1 V they have on t.-in-l a c .n.I l ai*.rt, uHit of nicharticle to CoL S. S. S'rcrm-. : ; bale and
!2: may or ntnondtni ( f. r. ) in the second. "sre Dv r .L.% JacknnviUe ; C.L J. PAINE, Ooala 15 |. f. I y l. UnbleachcJ Shirti fj*, _
Ii11Ct 11.V, i tin c gem-rrtlly k"pt in tiif'r line of b'l-in-jss li> Cotton Onaburglw _
r1
O a by a majority of ell the members of
i.i : October TyFORWAUD
v1t 1 : : iiiIg v1dch, i the Association. The remaining districts have doubtlesseleetebbe I nnj sill receiving jularly fre.li supplies. Their 4. 1 >.jl. 1 Blanket*, -
r (I : term flwll bel'al1ahsMe rw mutilc 4.
Union candidates. r4v 4 lxer-ey,
wIl
&
; vi1I VC' i). Twelve members hall; constitute n quo- OctoU 11 1, 1 S51. 40 250 pieces Calico, -

' rt',".,, ,sing gu:1rI1'es: of tW frd- ram for the transaction of business.- la** The State Senate will probably stand 10 Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancory, M: Gin-cham.%

v > : L; :; ', irl' ;itt! id tti f4)tl amongst number may meet and adjourn. Southern Rights to :537 Union-the Hoa-e SO Dru s, Chsraicals, &c.QLTLPIIATE TALLAHASSEE, FLOKIIM."M. 25 Tick a-->rte.l with- _
nlil. -i.iiVro! than that 1 ami fall A sortnvnt if Goon for FamUr anJ
:i'i owrerfJict QUININE, warrante.1 jraro general Dry
,
,' \ ofu Southern Rights to 102 Union. So say** the L_ weight. \\ A. FonwARr, 1 SIMOS TOWLE.ffit. Plantation For salti bv

fl .l.il;.' I I : 1.t (41IIl3j4Z i Journal and ICsengr. Oil IV.mkPnriSt'd pepp"r. Late A maqu4tize.Ottbtr J purpo BERRY t ROWLES, Auctioneer", &t _
1 the ntId our The AKsociation the fol- J, lh.Vl. f.O
: .d t having organized, Chi'i} idi'i". nn article rrnrwirsd frrim the Octobet' 4, 1SI. aid

.. "" 't' of tt ( V loinz officers were elected fur the ensuii- Cotton Planters' Association. Peruvian Dark. *i u l! r d nearly e ,nal to (iuiniup, atab.

: ;, :.. 1 r..eol.jc.tf of this $ The regular m. otin'jf f.f th' O't'ral \-.iomti vf :it oie third the pri
;::j. ,. : I i.; .urg t2nt4iUI% au'ou' |; JOHN C. MrGCIlCK. Present, D. II. the Ci tU.n Planter r.f Fljri.hi. wa lu-H at thj Court A !! 5O, a geiur.il supply of Chemicals of the best roceivcd. per Pocahontas and John Stroud Pint Wm R. Pettc." from New Orleans

MAYS and Wni. P. Mo Vice President JIou&o, in Tallalt.u.tw. mi S.itur.Iay: tin1 4tb rnit., (J. tu quality. New York, 10.WO Ribln-J bule, and Shiu1der. V
i i : C4'V4tfl1flefltI-: \VJutfii-M. Pr-i tent, ill the cliwr, titc.I l by CoLRoVjcrt 2J IJoxes Tobacco. u Cai vtry best Family Sugar Core]
F .'. n-i: mirsls a i JOHX S. I>UO<.MB, Corresponding, and Wm.I Bulk one of the \ ice I'rtidcts". line Cologne. L '.)inV Exincti. and an assortment r.'i:; No. I S
kijvt'.t fit tbe 11'j 1 I. o! 'I I-'RAXCIS, Kecortthig Secretary, JoitrvS. MirUiK .liuits Jl: llnmme olfcrcd the fallowing reftJutionsvbic3i of Famy Toilet Articles at rtry 1-w prlrts.U' 5 P.bU N. E.: Roni.t 1 Smoked re .

,] .i.'i. i jft t'.i.ir separate, s')%
: ]IfiU eap.-iriiy. nu'l duit it> 7V r the Owi' Iilia* C bo1a.ti-ue.: 5 American HranJy, 14u. I3mjlIa'jti T'iagues,
,?; M t tloud I MEMBERSHIP.i Rwrdf. of Conunorco of Mime of the prniriul| cities hi .flnse's cbrated Plas'tcrs, and other Family >!b JJavne's 4 II. Probi.Lid. Cyar% 1 French LemOII% V
tV pu-jimble i'n'l'i: ii i
: "
: V 4 Mantta!
i
i
? the United Suites to fstili'i n *\>' in of t'xtravaimt wane' 6 Itag RM; CiiflTce.
!. I! ; ,. <>- ,H>!t justice, insure do- C. McG1iee, Cleo. \\ Davis, doJuction.Tr tare on Cuttitii,"thouM l be resisted iledicmcs, i4 itc, just\ rett-ived by. 1U Sacks P.io Coffee, 20 EbL Me* Pork, .
.
; : ,: .;,; '. i.:urtidt1 ir the common John Lipsoomb, John liiuey, by ovt-ry {>lanfr iii the S ,nh.! I.EI3A"October 10 P. IL d >. 5 Syrnp. -

., V t -Iv etMioral: w to ourselves amt t-oii rtlatitcrs of the ? >i.tli. tlif jiroj>riety rf rufiu-iii'r to JlustarJ, Powder, shot, Nutmeg. SaTerAtns, Vtao- 1 White CLiritlwt Sugar, ;
.ofliiie4ly: Chinlop; Ikiis ell, AfciJoy Holiday, rfjip their cotton fTriilf to any im.rkets, hi which F received per TalLla-see, frcr.T New Orleans, ?ar, Loaf and Granulated Sugars, ickled Sa'mcn.Jlicktrol : 1lbL Cru'Le1

,1 V. M. \v. McLearv* .lam b Sales, V the contctJijiUitcd di-duction for tate carried into tffecL I, ''Wilbs.fjO Bacon. !, Tufcle Salt, Lead, Ac. For sale by 5 LanL

: V ;- -.cr.il depart wnts of the It J. Mays, li. C. Arnold, I I GEO. II. L'ESTWICK. 1 U fr.ru101, V

C&crutixtf L uislativo.I. i Isaac T. Houston JieSOPt'lJ That (} > i14i. fe* from lliU Le 20 bbi P14k. October .;. ISI.Bagging. SV 3L
!i, 'ii "it, ; John S. ilroome, f.i rotcity M & very bet Spanish Cigari,
2l;i Irish rotatoca
.t. :. < i lathed tith |H$wor to Cued 1'. II. I4iviiirto'; \V. \ requs4'! to |SC resolutk iw, untl uryc upon 2u Rope, and Twine. %4)( Bbls. SupvrSiKj Flour
'I the Planter' Ctujvcnti.jn, to assei blc at Maeon, Ut., Apples 2 > Extra Family Flonr. For sat tf
of tht one uj n Jwhu Ironm$ 1'homas \\ ilson lit "
1L IVtteA
k % Syrup, Wm. %
pr.lt
the i nporai5Co{ of taking action m tl.inbjoct BSRRY A ROWLEY, Aoctimcew, Acs.
< | : ., : 1 ;t t!. -\ t'snssat wiwraU'lv orutri- James$ H. Law. Wm. ('atnpbell, The filii.win? rcaolu'K-n. offered by the lion. \7tn.I 5 Kap Butter, :: 5(1( Pieces Kentucky Bagging, October 4, 1851. 5No

;n1iits t ben tIe >Vtn. T. .latnes ( I > 4 bUi Leaf Lard, io Coil!* Ripe,
? ; a !: .. ; Ri.dgi.r "ampbellV. ). Ivli>svley, van n( < jitcd:
'J f of a State or ila citizens arc Y4111n L. Miller, \ \V. of ].eni coxinly bo requested 3 Lard oil.Besides 1UO Lb-. BnjTwiirT Ttsrin For sale br tie 3,
n ue to furnish the Secretury of tlu> Asiaformation i even-thing b the Orowrv low EIiP.Y &"ROVfLES. Atcticneep, Ac 1% LL person indebted to the estate of James L*
.i:1s. N. 1 jj) ( flIn14, 3ao. I). Moui=, : ri'fjx-ctii the unmuut <.f their cotton UEimY ,t ROWLES. i October 4, IS1. 39Salt. .:-i U *s. late of Hamilton County decea-ed, are rorjuiretl -' V
i in a riiifrartlon f f th! and all
: ] iiat : r croPs of the la-t end pre 'nt jear, ftr the pLIXpOC of pivn ent, person hiving *lemond =

ot'i' : >"i. .''rh *tato luns tbc light tijidi e ; i ho*. L. M hillock, ( eorge Arnold, aiding in perfj'CtL'ig :i wnenil yrtem of iiftirnutti aitiiHt! wii'l I -tae. r.r' required to present

V -.'It: .v l tlio e.UMt ami as til the tflf'di X. P. Willard, J.&'wis I Ierzv, in ri'fiTeiKv t
,: Tt t.t idg, 1i Vans HnnduH, 'J'bo. You'g, ,1onie R I3uHtiiu oIietel the following ri iluticn.rLich / T JOSEPH E. CARO, Kptr of the SpnnMi Ar _. .J l-v by lawo'r, they will l he fwrred.
; v.Wt5, \ was adopted : JL chive* OCic of Peii'-acoin. duly qiwhSed and ]I A. II. FELKELL. ELIZABETH ROSS, Ailnvx.
,
of
( ji,( ,i.] the fiin-l.i'iiPUt.Mi' cara- '1 October 4 IS51. 30 tf October -I, 151. :SV; tf"

/.isti'P1. :1' i-. Hie.1 re, rewlv< imni< i.t, zxs Hdehpile bin Comiry, by his Fxcell'-iicy the Governor of the j

; 'ivt'i'I ti'j"c1ft' -t Imt'u, asf : \\. P. J. 5%. Haniss, to nny cotton plant uf JAMII county, v.ho State p.sjti Cminty ufi.rc. 'aid : Saddlery, &c. Cominittedii

...i\1. iii t t. 1" : ti) th tuIb.Iuu {). II. Perry, Jau A. Kiikpatick, will) attend the Macon Ci aventkn.On This i" tn certify to all when it nay or shall crnj f UST received a fine lot of men, boys and Ladies rpo Jail in Tallahassee on the 25tli Ln tant

i ; -ir oiiiii.m; t- oti 1't l i'igiit '' (8rdd t1e adini .i-4.bU it oi'i John \V. Doctor *1. IL I&ndo'.ph and Francis Kpjx*, Esq*.. j of September. i in the ycarof ont Lord one t'-ou0- Lining Skins, Kip Skiiw, Patent LtatLcr, Patent <- v.. a U Nathan Ctornto, Campbell, xrvrc appointed additiotuj dtlegutos to the ilatou and eight inmdred and twenty, from Oca>ius Mitchell -I Fu tian. with u good a-sortinent of 'iVLips, Ac. .' >rence, Co!:imbns, Ga Sai'l negro is i cf very

i, ini' tit, i.i I'.iiTWt, fcstead of in- | lolni F. Webb.R Jne''b Carter, Convention.Sevond to John Forbf", upon an wn3i\ijed] halt of the For sale low bv lyht! cfraiplesim, about 4 feet 5 tr 6 inches high, an.l

i. jiiiu-tii. tMuquuity: ," btiife and con ger :Mrliini.cy, S. Thatcher, wstinjr 'loiter fr sn j ntc ji
g"o\vn;:i:: out oftiiu 1miuyruuou ol P. L. \'iilipigu'V.{ P. Fill uns, States in reference 10 tit proposed Conv- n.ian, war i in the Comities of Franklin, G2d-d. Lcr.n. and V.'aj October 4.1831. TO tf IL RHODES. JuHer.
l.Jjili- read l.y the cono.-ponding SecreJp.ry; uii. on tuotiotif j fculla. has ben thw day canc"l.'e J, aeconlingf to the September 27, IS51. SS tf V
uinl-rtlu'rwjttitSUoiwsota: 0. ; .1och IL Vzttts V
( .
( u 1 iMirt t Ltungzt rn, M. jor Gt-o. T. V,.rd, the rec'r.iiztg Sc-croturr was e.-tiil-ll-'hed firm* ('f tin" Span:>h law*, bv Jr-Lsi Inner- Caps.i "
.. ,. ." Lure IKeu e ibstitut roque t the ;publication with the minute* I crity. a'iuanitrufcr! cf the sail I .lohn F'r1e', en the List of Letters

'4 J. iifU.l: (if |inniJi g for tlia conmiou.f i l nac A. 1'illans, David Joiito! of ihis laofiting, of tLts folloTaTiiig letttr from a diatiubourct. j third judicial j ro'oc.l, now on tile in my ofiice, at the i TTEIIl & RUST, have just received c good assort- T3 EMAINING in th" Pot Oiica at TallaLase calt

is- :.< (! p:4'fllOLC: : the generul % vlia.n% John 11. Hani-, 'zn. Pinkard, gukLci .: margin of said mortgage, and in mv j re'ctii-e ; heiuvm ; Glazed iJ.. anent of which men' Tx>ys offer and ymili low. !Call<, CI an-I th. Plush thtm.and LA. tbe October. 1S51. V
Cap, they see
lieou vittualj D. C. I51. ? :iciiK>wle l ed to iiave recfivevi full f-a'i-fac'ion Jams.Rev W LcyJ.JiIJjinco.ter.
it tifft'Hoes have A. C. Whitner WAnuNToN Cnr. Sept. 24.
c-r "f.fifii. n : i). r. Livingston, October, 1SSI. S3 tf
ViHn W J J III
of the ame, and that the <-S :ct ofai > -n Jvn. and our mlfare made the W. A. BJ inson, Jas. St'iilnns, SIR: Cncli$fi I tnc the liberty of t'onraruinj for relsLe anti reIinq'xi.h fron this date the aiI lazietsfroni Aikb,. G C a-fce, G TTIxrru.

I :-"a( : csf..j-nw aid ovenvlielnMng fn- i S. G. Maya, Ja ;. SLl)1.he)| your con-jdcrnuoii, a earl 1 of iatrodaci-* from* ins Ihe lki f t: .. m.'rta.r' ; all oi w-Lkh wathily Boots and Shoes. Atkia-on. A TVAraiisteu Mks RLevy.

Mi'lKf Joel lIwi.D. L. Yu'V! ( Honda. a.a'.e4 anti the 7INE Press Eoota end Siior. Jut reooiveil bvr ilias L P.Ledwith. V
aitl
< signed. -
r: 1 i ii: iii'[ nt | W. C. Pope, Vxn f-r time rittTVt *d i in tho In nortg.tge'i
wtll T.it .no we ytel Isaac .
5 : : v. : Canting, Agnew, future -ifibe South, to Mljolj 1 tad attached hv ai'eiatj.iti -
!,c$4 present at the execution of the sarue, by the ; S9 tf Adm Mary E ItBratHy.
q:5/ ; ti'r: pat iotisni r if4erous Uieit j ?9. \VLHikjrjr.., i II.: J. Mays, arid sympathy, and fct-1 aninnif-r puuiin fnving i nid John) Iinicrarity, us the anini.-tmtcr of JoLn ___ flrvantJan 2 MIller, J A

: :.itt"i'n. : t.> the Union of otir fathers; : Tios.: M Audertoa, D. II. Mays, jr., my Imniblo elonj to the accomph-linit-nt ot any Forbr1, d
:. the Lu.i.-tiiu'i-m; : ue are not v.jHitig i I \\ iit y! Smith, It. J. M.ts, jr., and movrinent.rcvrtah'i lcu'iRtcd.h hr rghts to prmiotv and full hr-qujditm tnu interest thfUai' [ testimony wLc rp< f I have hereunto set my received, ptr Pocihonlafrom ir etv York- V," A May ,S W

L. v :! n< Y.T ta-i; I ly su'taait ami s cilb chernetod i>enj. Waldo, Wm. \Viiiij, <.n. CVjptnnri, I bilicve ii. tu tai only cMmns; hand and ati'd the ed of my ofiice. at Saltr-itu: Indigo, :Nutmejr1. puvc Oiu cr. Cassia, DraiweiLWE 31esenger.L }

: '!r.: ]! and it turned iut< W. A. Mt.t1ey, J. Ticgsn, fcr tip"n riiiwTtr inurt manKfrctarc.-t, Li;< nial improvpiiionts [L s.] D.Pcn leal.acoUi, on the iTth day of August, A. | Iropeml Tea, flack! Tea, Cvlr-jtirJ To o,JIa.-e. Citron, .! .Mrs Mrs.M E A Mioroe MUmn, ,G Iflellanmy.

'., 1 r-iun ,1, ii; the hntuis of families tfh S. O. Sullivan, Hli: Dai is. ', &e.. tc.. dt-jviul The -urccsf fil frtrugi JOSE E. CARO.II.Tper Currr.n-'. Almond Cayenne P ppcr, BLick Vppcr. 1 Ileem n, S R 3latnuizig. l
.
'* ; tn.: t.:" r'i &:l4icco Lca.1.,Sa'tpeTre Rico, ywp., Powder Sweet, dioc-OU, iimblotte J A 2 3re E

: : ist uia: v.Lut.i we ore polilieally as iTli-ts. Ihutridee.Vtn.. Collins South but unite, end ilit-y Lave it in iiwir p wtr to iconif"ettly I olate., Ioi&igr.a S.i.ui.ig.-m.. dric.il 1'e.ichedrii.d! Applar5 Ujrsdorf 3Ir Miller. E t VV
'
J Jno. O. Ii.i.bpattick, Anderson Sneed, c*n-rc1 tlc Nor.h awl 1-'nr1itid together. Thi is to certify that the decree renJred aaiatte Souud'' '- -'&c.-- or aie- 1'V..L.o i? ..,, ,'ir }'j.I BvrdA 3tiIIer.I V-
dJ1 -
T, i L i cir fij.ininn te ptnvcrgrant I 0. F Warxllaw, Uri.th Brown, But how in thi to ILHJ aorompliel> .. l the South the f of Jt in Itinerant-, jumr> *tra <.r cf John P.rktr. .I.ii O-tccns, tRtoOd.Math
have bee 1 of deception pr.tcieel upon by vor at
limtnuicm nut only i llul.t.i ttroun
:t u lti! : \. J. Doiier, for the f Tfclo icretef OUrtr! li
trtwm <
Uincle'l Ivrbeduceavd.. wi a r
has. = -
j I: a'.jv' ;:iui pcnx-itfd to'oar hijuiy l liv j a.T. II. Livi'ignston, JanK-s Uaiubo, North cJid' 'Icct-ived hr ally her, Crijflaud, that the, iru(- repruhcnt crr-plotely:>tir ii of ; tie mort-'a"1: fruai O-tavin.* Mitt-heii to John Forbes Groc2rie.i Beaty. C A 1'ulecvli, W 'W' -

t':' al' :i tr i\;. lnjt that every pt<'p t'ikeste '' Cu! 'les'I 114.ggs, Adam lly: aid, horgrtt OWl "m'erci-t ti.e.< her jilantu-.) tf lecpinjf undtr j (ft lan-hlx R :ate: U> the said Companf, ha been Brocket L Palmer. H A -

:t' to our t-lavo inrtiiution, contom A. Knjn'Iv, Jot l F. (i rambling, Uio hoiat-d ir.flnenc': of false uid dangerous j ro- filly KvtR>t5ed by the payment to me, as attorney far i TUST rectivcxl from Nexr Orleans, Bryant, B Power*..! I D '
decrt-e. and J ft UbI*. \o. 1 Leaf Lard, PiraJahaw. Mr 1: Philip, Win
raid
of :
the anw.uiit
: = nther tliitMly or iad'iecdy its Cn2 J | W P. iu':; John F. Denyc'oat, fioIt4 { lovt- and di-in'1'na.tf'in in.Th.s salt Ini--r>ritv. tf .* Ex. floor, ( R Paliuer. J
the 'cd- 50 'amphell,
cr<
be Itfokcn. Ar.' the j tlat 4i-f.t4Iofl J *ainttre ? nie upcn
1 Vi:c\v. A :-'' ne st4ajiEioi1, therefore, o r JohnYil .ou, John! Ctraiiiblitig, sleep! cjit t* infupable! of th!; rfiitrt? 1 'flint tko is-i'ed upon' *nicI decree ; and I further certify 5 Rectified Whiter, C1uiLt1tiCrs, John I'ae .1 W' V

',- >'"! arq-in( .SCVI.CP: in thib: hostile syftoni o lfD.: : li. Stone, Julio A. J. < oliiti., utLfni not. I "iiKit planter b.-lieve them w> weuk and mdhTemit. j| that. 1151n the transfor bv n.e to the s-iid J.,hn Inner"atitv 5 u Prime Sugar, Culbers'-n. Tho 2 Ri-berson. JIIvj K C '

L"j'i, j it n./i Ioigr comps li1e with :a I! S. A. IJroivid -, })(,. V. .Mais,' The blow mtivt be t-lruck by the I'I tt Shoulders,
:,?e (4! oar lights! and iiouor, but word L. A. Thomas, Itob Mt Itykai'd, tl.er. and tin re alone that any thin? can 1*; drme.- )he canViI'd in Ju- finn of law, and in my pnnce. 8 TVrce S. C. Ham. Crow, JCaJn Ilin W T 3 Roberron, W' S
a."tuted in the fi-ri-goinj ccrthicatc 6 Coiquitt,
i Ui iuriinT jrt's--io i JohI (II. Tor I an convinced fruta the >--<-rration of jenr the tim i-al: mortgajre
:i is. .. U. O>le, sE.Car,,, Erq.Vjtaauao 4 Itae&l llliV.. Thn-id iLie, S V
tltr f Ji.C
cbttunM abrcad, thct
". Tlint the; iii.-tory of U P past and the at lS.' J. Perry, S. J. Mniiltv, and from and tra-bvarj ii>foniiiXti iattrett n f tht S'siiifi art wrfrcily ship- \ uiy Iiuttl tL.. auth day ni Ar.tst, 18I. 15 KefjNo.. 1 Leaf Lard, Duval, A Iberc'(1, .Ie V

r M'' of thf fiiiure ailbrd( no ray of hop* Neil Campbell, Joseph Loved, pint in tltc bund a.'? aU-rea'a 'i'tkt jV'orf/i oi-l f.ayland: tALKEFl! AN'DERSO.V. 2 Bbl-5. Crushed Sucsr, hand, and for sale low Duvnl, i: A F RicbanKEilRas V

; .a; o.r ii0Ui: \\ i\\\ e5ir b* respected by '. ; <; ca-h Foster Elizabeth ,
for
r o we he jern ;U.d io pnrkito sIMC Alfred Vtlter. A. J. Dozicr, jr., annlinnfitn ttt coirect tine c.b'1'es.' 111 tljan>wer Alvcrtiser, Apalacuict.la, copy. A. IL FELKHLL.Octobtr Footer., Samuel SIt.Ith,.3Iii It. 8Flrtarj

tjts: t I'li-sings! and privilege oft a David W: lker, Madion liiIey, iIIYou have no niouey. wo ra pital. Tiji.- have ever Notice.T 4,1S51. 29 tf T I
,. corn-idem the grtrat tiifScult-,-. I am a Sou: entormy
t' v-rn ( Vt IlflIt't. J. U.: Walker IJ. G. H .dgis, Ford, S RG'wgc. ytr.hf.UIrS" !
faniilj" iu d conncxious ttud fi iid-< are nl it'en'i- r'.lt'r.? hirntef-s c".iiile l to uLtriL Groceries.TUST .
tat v.o-! ,;j witli sntt-faction nnd fUj W.L. John II. Pope and I know Jt p'rttn U rk?. W V
Perry, tied with tLc cotton { owaig iuteiot, / lrtVei or otlicrwis" iItcrected l in the estate ol rocalonta-s" frocx Yew J S
1. 'i c t.- o1' '( i.l-l. (awakoucd fecnHV-'Hity! fl1 ''n Haii'-v McTutcn, Wm. Hollan, iteit the Vi'saif ready 7iney-h1' wnat of a f ii.avtuI Paul Uiiirt- late of JoitirC'ourt Honda de; ) received, per brig Gordon Gakins., JGodbolL ThriLl 2 >scott lwnnan.R :r J J -
V..rk.
pnn, of I.UA,: ,if our fallow c'itwjis of tl t. Jtt.t1iei1 'J'uteu, Elhha \Viubu, j 1W4If tnoni-'d ally, eunp x-Ip them to beer a ccM-e'i are hereby nr>til>-l t > exit-bit their ciaims and t 25: b-jg< Ilk ansi Java CofTeo, Col 6 S-nirhL V

1 J '!ttl' '"". t'k- su-ot! ; of their irivndod rife!.! :., : Jno. M. tlavfeor, E. W. VJI.MI, state r.f things thfy would sladly Ircak loose fr4'L- demands: ; within two year* frota tlti* date, to the on- 25 bores Soap and Starch. Glass. The.-* Smith. C
I believe it iaUo thec..co with two thirdof the jilantcra. j thU ,tInt will be burred ; and ill jxrleotiViiKVibteJtothesaii -
f 'i.Irts: (, ".stitutional lights be re.sto Sarauol S. Hinton Jerigntd- 20 Tobacco a.sorted, Grant, P 2 Smt'tJamesGoodwin.
ur rL.. A. Il< bu<:U, I5cj! *vinf thi I dctcrr..in d onr dioitingcajiitiJen ; deceased, are requested tirn1.ke <
V
1 ;n w, (.!.:,!11! leKjmiid with d-Iigbt to th;a1 Joshua Moktlej, Gc-org Hicks, the Goutiiiait of Eurrpo. I expbinod my s-lts tmy innicdiate 1'tavmYa1. 5 "" Loaf&vla! Sugar and Wine, Cracker, ( Tho-. C W tt Strci'ruui. \\TStnctwcatuer*. ML's J \ *

act liich dui aanlly! separate the etavehol d t. W. P. )Hodges, A. J. Hicks. fntn-la, and was eent at l'ini'I l Stati* Cr!igul to JOHN ULMKR. Qu-ilUied Ksecutor..Teircwn 10 10 sperm Candle*, Helming tuon F Sprcrwrle 3tia S E t"
1: .' f.otn lii tint ronw-n-ttl ant] in'stcd City October 11, 1S51. 40 3m
AmsunLun
of
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the States J Rsor gic.-.t County,
nou hbvdioiUing John PanW. -, George SO CIiee.r. lle-U/c VTajje-, 3iers. Smith, B R
Her allianco and invt-ttneut
1 1 n", I H.: W'intjeuli, Ilenrv Walker, (.f continef.Ul KUHIH lit barrel. Cni-he and Powdered Sucar. Hill, .MrJLjy SiUlniOI'3, LukeIbrri.nn.
LztLi1d thraa'T.otit the wrtt! :; jmu IJrilJni.j iazi Gin Gear and Cotton
tk That thcw Ftntos Co Horse Mill, 10 Pilot P.read. R S'cpben. Elilleiiktson.
Mi-xinjr M spYte Iv. L. Berry, henry C. Tyson, isipli moiK'V (tIttli t to Lay Nt-w York mid LivcrptH.1
PrGCECS.rT Water and P.attcr Cracker., 1 FredHalli.Iay Sill'. Sdomnii
: IovrU1I und ttidqicndcut, we hold that Nathan Lindsay, I IL A. Matthews, to elhi-r. "Th" wrurln cf thi& gro..t hitn vra ;inp 10
Mackarel Louisa
N 1 and 2 5 F Smith -
Plan >
tl3 10
to
his vertices
lthV ''Siof ihetn Ins a perfect right to secedV Newt iaid'ay, James Bangh, AJa cniam'.ri.ittl inodicm, having airvadya IITinnkri-ipie.! offer to build thing in the 3 Fulton ilarVet beef 1er"bfiad'lSimon Tripp. H
excr tlie of thfV largo mi kt fr <'ur ptmluiHs und n ohci.p iud tsxteu ter of Lwi ('miaty any Hour
tliiiikc lhL' t'otjfetituti n Wm. Whitlorfc.R S.V.. Uarronfon, do las woik with neatness 20 Northern Family Harlr.Jos Th'tmttMuirrlTucker V V
uite&\ vehipping intercut to bn invi Sl nl jcotmuandH ahoy*' 'w.; lie projuiocs t > "
aijfct btti yjojatcd ami that we A. C. McCants 20 Hiram Smiths Harper, W IIHolder. W
: bet J. ,
,: < iiishoj', the lUuas. Gtrmin Oei-an and IJJiic. It add dof pat !i. n'i-1
Mackerel
utteu.tt half barrel No. l 2 D. P.I VaAWvck. VrVicker
: the T. SLAD 10
eay at1tn1it on tlic part of It. II. Willard, II. T. Slaughter.J. i iV.* with the Rri-nV't j 11cauri' that I in s.'vse von of Fulton Market llotf, I S MILiron. 5 L
Gw tO lumpiiries
nmkent v, coerce such sec< hiig ; A. N. Campbell, 15. Ulif. the dit-poition in Holland to jra j p the hiaid oftl-e rKrr.ar.vcia. 20 Family Flour," John \\'nr, A 9
ts a ca\\ lw the free ue of l. -r t-ii tcvlinntioa f power, [' : Lee, J. N. Lamb, south.iind pive r J. 3.Thonias, 10 Kitts Salmon Hiue, R JII TVhirF
Ii&1 y 'it 4. witlirja51 ntcrcft, commipfion*, dutrg14! $tc, ..tc, A. F. Holt, Micuti,
flt&ta4 q.i.tijiiy and nitacn Ii. V. Arnold W. J. Cameron, Dr. U 10 Matkcrel. if v, MUs FlavHIaHurtSeld. 2 \\Trtiford ilr* M
lm
u' ttV1flL rr in u= John O. Carroll
For ; R. H. Sbafar, rin eorrt.piNt. Glen ly luil! New Orlenna.Ja baskets IleiJ-ic Win. For sale by %VarJTW .

tUrreerecoie.ormaking cfTective 5%. %V. Ilnysnr, N J. saunders, hi < f>n
Ives car orgLtizatj, a8fiocale oarConstitution James J. W lkcr, Wm. Strornan, net n* a Trejx r'diait, iui'1 t ; Ivey, F. F.Tcjieorp0 *. B

uJ L12 tuj to ; U, i". Arnold, II. D Arnold (.f IlolLn 1, the j.ropoMtiins n they ari.-r.iJ.and 1dctnied IhSl. 40 St J: -William.*, TWitlicr.poon -
it must Lave
r a
: tliw ncccK-ary, us we / Hats.A V
B. Walker. ij:. tr'ntu, frlendiy medinm of 'ntcrcorr-e., I am now in Arni ri- Tax Collector's Sale. | Jame C C ,
W 9Wfttj03.
faslivmcblo Moleskin W T Wright, A
of Gent John.
Ribt Sheflicid, John II. Slaughter] lea on leave ol nbt e, a. the njetit rf thi rnoni..duittret of the o\er trstfd in me by law, I General n-nrtmfnt Ir) b and Black B.i. KUM-I do. Johnson, MissF I II 3

.kITIrr J.jj A .ociatwn haUJ ) lIP Brvurt* Sh'flkJ! P. : i. Tutcn, and will Lie hapjiy Ii, cousult of v/iUi yc-u Iiertvco.fpeTatti1l andyour BVvl't-ie .ile.b.-iore the Court house at Black and and Colored IV-avt-r Sporting, ? Hat*, for nu-n, boys and jackst.n, RJohnsoii. White, TLcaU'ilcox.
'V N \ Abbott I Caham fuend-s at Sliiwin ; a-'tjrinjyuu my in the County ,,f Ca.1-dMi, on the thud Mrs MRS JY.'ikh
v. .
hritm
> aem lights of Mnd'Mr' W thsCmrfaiioti (Jumrv, rueceivcd. And fur sale
\
AICitjZI dmnrtl ,jiist
: If youths
tJint < .tcscnbed
in any nny i'vii i neM.t'.e' tulloxM! pro- Albert
''r ( Chailes Arnold in i April & RUST. Jolinstmn. S.ilathi1 ,
': It u 4Jhkjett' : sllHl1 Le to O'S11"20 Augustas; Easters, k'l to j-ritmut' tliiiyrfnt inffrnt. I l.nve nlmi .i rrurh there,-f a* will I p.i. I ll-e Mate and tf Jotie A Waillitee, 31 A 1Jones.

c, P i-.i.'ctua'ly the (tcnpic in support and def It ISTiitnn, T. P. Tulen, taken the hlirrty 1i..1 tie i Daniil Coker P. ii. 'I'u'cn, with friends. w ir.cult-nt thereto, to vii. :
r4t' of theotht. insure con- my nece-jrv e>pc..Si- Preserves &c. W W AVon -.r. F
M. KIli 1'or 1 v.iil 1i1uig' elf J>nd! my friends d mid )ka arrtol Utul, \\\rns on ,
J. part nsy VTKelU
; wHiiiaour r.nd WOK Masinc, my j Si x Iundi I > Kin ILin 0 IVood. G
Y"\acJlBn.\ 'knd lights, re- Louis M. :Moscley Tl.os. A. Perry, L'i Holland to fumi:h t<, the planter* uiy :uiunnt < f Pock Crr.4c, rportMi' It' beI.tm nz II> LTav GiiIin, rim "J UST received per Foeahontas." from New Yt.rk- ? A I). or J Yearty. Jame -

comr.net lo its oiiginul pui capital they may need to carry out this great ntHlcrtakin so rruclI ,eicot si1I ,t- i iui'reaoid_ I' flmjjcr, JeUies, Jam. West India Swoctmeats, Persons railing fcr cry -f.the ab jve letters, t i ill
S'n I lker
Lit' tl4e 411r10.1 Tnndy Turner, B. Mmtftf fan Jtf bill if the planting ritcrwt iu'u 0. IcLI.'N, Aineriean Sweetmeats, Lobster*, Clam*, Salmon, A'- they are advertised.

(,f bff. I F.: 1'. Turner, Alfred Ilay=or, will only combine and fonn a 1> t-is for it. The cc5uflptflfif *>- Ci.llertor tor Gadsdvn County. paratjti Ilorw R.idiih, Natural Preserve Quince please say TII03. HAYWARD, P. iLOcfober

Wm. K. C .hn ct'tton gtiil' i.i nipidly i't1'Zdig ia 0 liti- lSt1. .1'f) Cm Peaches Bran.Iv Fruit. Green Pens, .
,
tverj' f.iendof. ihc South and advocate II. Z. Ardis, < Octowt It Jelly. Bran. ly 4,1852. SIn \> -
tfh.l. MeCall John C. II. Slathers Tii.nt.-il FairoiK'. nnl I iKirtktilarlr M T. -
? flia bwwje member ol thi* hunt Is.eming Collector's Sale. and Rose TV atcr. -
i John Poitcr lluMX The manufacturers on the mil nre Tax tanl, French Mirtard, Orange, Teach, Chancery.
JJ Jttiion by 6ubfccribi S Ui name to these ; Laikin Hani, : anxious to form pome kind of sil'.iinco i of the P"wrr vested in me bv'baH law, II For ante liBEIUtY
1 (Satlin IVidue, {Silas Leo, the South. They do not like the fluctuations of Jjverj l) virtue: for *..b-, bH-re the. Court house. itQiminry J & ROWLE3, Auctioneers, i-c. MIDDLE CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY. .

' 3. The officers of tlus association thnlltofalVpuaeut 1: O. K. Sullivan, J. W. McCall.. >o .l, and winihi rather have their cotton at Foine _) in e\pire rl.p Conntv of Gidjdfp, on the thirdMoud.t October 1851. C') AT CH.VMCZM, Tallahassee, Sept. 30, A. D. 1S31;
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csit: 1'. S. Giaham, fixed price. You know the EuropeanPXCI( jitinllnglanil of April next, the folhmms decciibed pr.iv ..- James Nelson, )
& ( two Vice Presidents, ,) are not fund of f-jx ciiativp pricre. 1hiU ia _% ? much thereof a* vx ,11 pay the SUte and 'jaat Received frooi New York. vs. > B21 for Divorce.
orrej ., ,or)
pandm Secretary, and a Recording {jrent question, and! tetarv a:, \ 'I'nmamn, bo chosen$ r'raat cz:7; : The New York Express, i in allusion to hive the wont tlnrovpli inrrstitji'inii. I'll" ajr nt \\ho Count cWijrv v expense incident thereto, to wit : SPICED Oysters IVnles Le..a--.i Syrup, A rnespir. appearing to the satUfaction of the Court by aCPJavit

tor, >bc call of Uw roll at each annivcrta- the astonishing vole given in Indiana, against Imbcen di'paUhed'ni 1'urojf, in nath c of"IIilnd] : "" he" 01 what is i called Forb ..' Purchase. Brandy Wine: Afrww Fenclies Red Pewier (in CotToe.) r n a io in tbi case that th? defendant"IL JiNelit

?y metiiig. mid hw tilt! inovt relablc and unlimi' !d meant of furnithin in Gadl Counly.or so much I hereof as will Cider and Powder m l'.ickair :n, resi3a3 beyond the limits of this State,so that
s
V thc admission, of into that state, s.uys: information. Ei* oitit n and Mr the hart bv the )lieearOii'I. Vcnnie1ii. Ye-yst
*. negroes all Mnd: f j< The Tav aforesaid, boumled on Tlma rt the ordinary pn cs* of Suptnu cannot be scrvinl
Ca.wellVbate.' Grape
TJre bJl b a Council 'f Vigilance New Yoik cianInrciaI aUianres. Makes Lii.i a val'iaMe fnend to mv R.m..nl c n .the Veit, b, ,hc Apalach- Tobacco, Donanee. her
:
do in fi'on 1835
not Orklc'rkflie p
hubry upon
If the abolitionists Lirtcll Drrtn-ly.
tiofc wmaa% nppouitedjby; the At sod. i ill the caiiM inhich he 1m become de ;plv i'ltere-ted. niver. huGh O. McLUAiNt, Chewing, I Pipe Crushed and / is therefore Ordered, That saul Defendant appear
elTurts the \\ icon I iluleru Wine. Sugar
to roirtUi: of fcucb members as they inajCim 'r cesae thcirTncendiar question I will lioti-evtr, i>ce you in jx r'on at Maron On. 'titlw Ta Collector for GadaJen County.6m to 51. Pine : Ilanllin- bt '.t Smoking Tobac and ansvri the Bill of Complainant filed in this cause
eternIII : be made in that fctuteithiu ten ; cars, anti S'.Mh of October, and \\ill then more fully ui.fold 40 Powdcre.1, Len! Sugar, lu
!*' W'j'"| the power to fill vacancies ir j j Oaitier 11. l- in kep 4 and 4 1. Shot Aborted wze*. Cotfee. on t>r before the first Slonoay February next,.or
"n body not anotlier l/lack man will fa jicnnitlrtl to what I have of intere- to you, nail \\ill snyi'i ooncluFIOII en. Powder Painted Iltm'kets. Tub. said Bill will be taken for confessed ag inM hr:
fchall lie
\\hostf I.aivira.
it in con j Ili- end
ttit duty ittil Itpt.rtnti.icd vlibt I t.tatc above, that I will eo-opirdo t' the Collector's Sale. Java, > l Notice r>f thi order be
such here Tax j'roriifal, rweer published
ithl inlu il even if as are Solved tc. All of which will
the ob. \ come Cedar Tubs' i
communications to Uiin Brooms
relating nt\d will ef to t.uf
of pledge > three
fulleft mv ]>wrr. tny vested in me hv law, 1 in some newspaper in Tallahassee for mohthjtefore
?' tti f > Afefeocialioti to call extra meet to: stay. and enlibt the Holland ituliierice.Vtry. BVTirtne of- the for power aIe. before the Court Hou'e aOuinrV. t be sold low for cah by A. IL FELK7LL. sai-1 l>t of February next.J. .

'gs r,.tII1e.r a rnajoiitv of their member Ilc pcrl fully in the Counly of Gulden, on the th.rdM October 4,1651 S9 WAYLES BAKEH, Judge, doA

finiUMti reqiiesting'the 1'reti'lent to d< Kindness.A April next the JoHo ir.s; described pro- 4 true copy-Attest,

a, HI lis absence of the Vice IVesi stnrs upon the tranquil sea, On motion of Judp( Hrpvr.nl, the Af4)CiatiIfl) adjurno.1 rrt 1111C1) the/col M VIII PY the Slate and Bagging, & 0. A. MTIRS Clerk.
dent.4 one to meet on the lt Saturday ii Xonnber.KDWA11D pm r y doe thereon for the year ISot and( thenecc.orY O-jtubcr .1, 1831. tit 3mBOLLING
; to detect, prosecute and report all at In ni'uiic glcVy tJttnc, IIOUSTOUK, JtrforJiny Secretary. CountY Tax theretnto wit : T> F.CE1VED and for sale, (per brig diaries A. Coe,

tenipt[5 of which they may l be cognizant ti So \viirds of kiudnest in the heart, hundred peMMnc.and tony acre of land, in Cau den JLl> from Now Yf rk,) BAKER, V

forrUt) our fclave population, disseiuinnte ab Ilcflcct the source divineS ; IN A Fi\: .-An editor in the \vesteni pirtof I'st) 1urmortin; u to belon- to HoWrt Jirnerion. or 100 pieces Gunny Eagsriug, ATAVING L V

t1ccttine O then be kind \\hocVr thou art, is in fix. He dunned' .1 fcub- County iIarec.f ilFpar the Taai iforecaidty.' 20 coils (iup.>rior Bale Rope, ,
produce itibuborOination, o I Michigan a qo mDCII 0. McLEAN, tO; pounds Bairc'm Twine, H resumed the pnictic > of" hi* Prut *Iow,
"ie iaipair tbo value or disturb th lluit brcatlusst mcrtal ii cath. scriber for }bis subscription, \\hicli be refused ingollilat Cretd. Cotitcier IILT.I1 fir Gadiiden Crnlv. V C. ti BYRTI. tcndprs LU services to the pubi&i!

1LC4.tul: *nj'>ymcnt and bcm-fit of 11P4> ouulltiotif. An 1 it clmU LrigL'on M! thy Iif to pay ; and threatened to flog the editor if he October 11 T'IS51. 4) Gin September 27, 1551. 33 V-V if Otti.o at Qu'iacy. August i5L W nfl

( Tho President, Me And sweeten ertn dt*at. iti'p1etI the miter4 V V V )* V

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: ___I-____-_--- _______ __ ____ L -- 1 The most extraordinary ducorery i,
Amendments to tho A. L 3SAIWLLL. )L. D. Towle At Myers, P. P. LEWIS, j Legal ibucrticntdflt9 the great lltmcdyfar MailBn C

MAXWELL & PAP?, on hand,and are now receivirjr.a new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida.

CONSTITUTION OF Til C STATE OF FLORIDA-! ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, HAVE assort mer.t of GOODS, consisurg ot .; _i.I 1) OO1I3 in the new tuiMinij imnieeliatelv In Chancery.IN II. l'arrell'3 Celcbritce Arabian

Gold Lever Hunting Watches, [ Eot c>f the Post iniee. where LEON CIRCUIT COURT
Adopted tiP, the Fifth (lennal .Issemb'y and ,nb. TALUHASSKK, 1LOIUDA.FibnmryR Gold Anchor Lever do i.e will be ftetnel l, uic.'s pnfc.ssionallyengaged. W. Cheevir, Crnj-hinanf, rJflp miraculous rnnie pc'rfmnt1lh

liibcd lii r iuuancc cf Jrtisle A/1, Section 2, 1851. fi _ _ Silver Lever Hunting do Septtn.U 7, 1 850. 35 ViUiatn i 5. ; siclins in t lit ata s 'f a' :. ,; :.a'a Araiiit
b L of the Constitution. Silver Anelmr Levir do widow and administratrixol ; upon a. the result tl 'ale, tat ..i, .,
: CHARLES W DOWNING and da Ellen A. Rrockenbronsh, C' rae imate wit Ii the
Lapine common PREMIUM COTTON GINS.ET. cke.ibroi5'4h. dEcea-ed l, J.IKJBrockenbrini'h lijsey w Iti'
Willum 11. Pn
I J AN ACT to amend the Eleventh Ctaue of Ihe FlUb ATTORNEY AND COUNbELLOR AT LAW, Gentlemen's and L.idie" Hosom P1n2a ceneral a!- Thos.W. frr their snrrisin pnauCt
Erorkenbrr.inrh,
T.\ Yl.Ult N. Ct>.. Pmprietor of ;J'.ie: Co- Arthur S. -r
Article of the Constitution ot t ( his Slate ; aiul alsfo Tallahassee Florida. sorlment ol Ear and Fi" er Ring*, Gold! (;u.ds :1:2.1 Cotton GUI have the sat Cnckenbrotuh Georse L. Kroc.venbrc/u: tainments in the kniwt'dge t t mu. '!i-n: ,
Manufactory .
,
I Key, Fob and Vet Chain, Seals, Gold and SiUei ; wonder cf Ihe age, white at the 7* *
of Twelfth -
amend An Act amendjtory the i laction toannounce to (heir and the Planters Geer S. Hawkins and Mary R Hawkins, his jn<> i")fle
e
y- Office at the Capitol Pencil,Gold Pen*,Gold and Silver Spectacle Gold pations encecf Chemistry. which MtS "' fi.
the Constitution ol *, < n,,
Clause of the Fifih' Ailteleel arid John W.I'rnckenbriiugh m \h.1t, ,
b throughout the wile Thomas W. Hrockei.bnitigh; .
tfW. generally, t'ollt'n region i
March 15, 1851. 10 Sleeve, Collar and 11ne.m Rnllon.. Silver, Pearl, and jjruwine %,.ato the ic-tot the world "a rl. S"5-
thit >NUte, *nd adopted bv the Third and F.-uilli I tlt t tl.er! aie piej-.ired to *npply r.utiiber intonf children ol John W. Hrockenbrou ei'td ,
Shell Card Cases, Gold! and Filter Thimbles! Siu any in Botany they were the tansy AH
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General Assemblies! the Election ol 1( ?
to F.li7abeth (
so as give of their ce-l-brated PREMIUM GINS. h, diceasfd, Lucy H Maxwell, '
2 0. M. DAVIS, Fans, Silver and PuPrflo Comb*. the beautiful j rcves which skirt tIc C"I* '
Judges to the People Where these Gins have been once nied, it would V. Maxwell, Sime-on Maxwell!, Margaret Chim- (!#. vt.
I OF.PHOV 1. Be it enacted by the Senate andO ATTORNEY AT LAW, AU, French Mantle Clocks, Table Knive. TeiTra be deemed unnecessary for the Mannfac'mei to say plin Sims widow and atlmiristratrix of Wili.ii.! biaabound rare rhnts and (sit-ran. ware r,',' *v' f|*

lbvte of Itepresentatirt* of the State of FloriJain taken up his abode at Tallahassee, and will > Plated andSiher Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoon a word in their favor, a* they feel coniliU-i.t! Hie ir.a- W. Sini deceased, Martha Ma e.ni-ini3ai.d Frish obtained tbe'searonfantictrvr-s rt} flZa,: ',*'rfi
; : *, Plait Spoons. Fork, Cr am and S Ladle sam. cf which this inca "*'
HAS
"
.np !
That theElevtnth mparah1 i-
Gtneral.iwinbty conceited. in the Courts of the Middle Disliict, chine. have. been brought to. suet, peifcction, t thai Carter. Defendant*. rTiosptJar.tihywh -
Cl 'ieof the Filth Aiticleof the Constitution and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. *. Plated Waiter*, do Tea Sets, Cjslnr, Candle- their superior performance will rt-eomme.d them, virtue rf an Order of the Judge of Ihe Circuit | < se ttUu'atinif tiretu. nIT1 -.' rand

i cf this !Stale, and alo an Act entitled An Act to March 0 t, K>0. y 5tick., Solar Lamp. Silver and Gilt (;Girandoli in prefereice to all other Gin now in USP. Foi tbe BY Court of the Middle Circuit ol Florida, granted An 'dvne prop rlies it H, whefl( a;
Also, fine double banriled Guns, Shot and G.irreRas stantaneous!> difu*.d through ? !?'ltf
the
.l the Filth Article ot
amen-1 the Twelfth Claue satisfaction ol those who l.ve ml-usedthe (iin*, in this cause on the ir.th September. instant, we *
the Constitution ol tlm State, so that the Judges ol HOYT & CO. *. and Flask*. fine pocket Knive'. Pmle Monnie, with heir system, allay ing the most intense pan tn "
4 SAMUEL and areunacipjiiiitcd I replitat ion, I ll.ePropiietnrs will oPer for sale before the Joint Hou-e boor, in the lr'c'ipieimpt
Pott Folio, Violins, Claronels, and Flutes, fine Razor ibly short time e>C.O r.r l'
the Circuit Couits hall hold their oflkes for the MERCHANTS need only say, that the FIRST Premiums the City! of Tallahassee, r.n the First Monday in mmufps \\\t '
GENERAL COMMISSION Si &. *
and
term of ei ht year*, instead ol iiurin good behavior rop .c.Cest have b.-en awarded tt> them for the IJEST GIN exhibited Iecentltrncxttf public auction, I Ihe f. Howiig described powerful eff-clual, wi D| the ? "
be and the > amended a I\ TillEn ;B .D f-HM; OF quality and general aortment of Perfumery, danger. It penetrates the flesh toth,. hon t
sime jtt hereby e.i at the great Slate Fair held at A bnts.Gec r- LANDS, to wit\ : ?
t real JM follows, viz : That on" the first Monday Every Description of Agricultural Implements Jtc. &c. TOWLF. &. MYERS gia ; also, at the Alabama and GP.TSII A ricuituial Five Ihoiisand eight hundred and forty acre cf contracted ctid, restrre* use to l.nl I nr'C i!

a4 Ir October, in tin year ot.o tho-mn I eight hundred AXD JIA CJIJXER) Selembrr2S| 1S30. and Mechanic Fair, held at C Inrribn,, ; anti at the Land in Gad ,ilcn 'entity carved otit of Forbes' been palsied for year*, causing the ,, f\\ "'*

anJ fifty-lhice, and 011(1( fust MineU in October and Freiuh Burr Mill Stonei ; EuH.piis Notice. annual Fafr of the South Carolina Ii: titnle, at Pmcha at near and irmiml I Ufinalgi, Dluff. being <;row out and rich blood focirrubf ipf, nit" ,.***''*
a t ISO Ocorpia I If restores the Flnid *
every six \ears theiealtcr, there hall be elected( by % Culhn and IV.ltinz Cl thAMJ -. Chail, ton. The Cotton sinned on thte ( ."received six hundred and fi rty acres ot Jim s Innranity'flestrve Synnvul or J. .g| ;Vm ,
.
the qu dilioJ electors ot each of the respective Judicial ..t kin-1 Colagen of Proiliice.Ttll and Snitli, ami pOOPERS A WHEEL WRIGHTS WANTED the firs-t Pieinii-m at the exhibition held in tf f live thr>nand acie. ly inp Hf s( to R .bi'naIlollir.orn's the H the renon nhv it ha* been an nr.iverai ,,
4 Circuit- this Slate one JId.P ol the Circuit eery V-y A tno-t excellent rpenini; fur a few goiwl! we>rkiiuii Charle-tonDentil Candma.urd at e-tery Fair \ l.ere three bii'idrfd and twenty acme tract at ce? f'ilin cur ins all di.'ca.r! et thf J, lruic j
: W .01 1 Ihdeh Peer Skin and bl.r Li.iiiig
Court, who hll reside in the Circuit tar which he CA-H paid for ( of al"o\e trade, particularly if f steady, in1istri-! sample of C >tlon from I hem have been cxI-ihiUel. t tlicSi.'i'.li! point ef that fit sz'rve, as appcas by Iii- athctium.s of the Spine Livrr I.ut: s, .aith. Kd

way be electe.I, and continue in office fur the ttimnf i J*. HAMPTON L. B1LI3O.Nesrs. I! ou* and willing to work fur reienalleny: ] It wnuMIM The PrnpiieN rs have in Ihi-ir j c pe-ionnntnrr- raiitsdeel to Jos'-pli M l Whiteand the mnain- I great Arabian remedt sta.s{ : u1rir.

'. si'\ years from and alter the first day of January SAMUEL HOYT. \vur- than UJilets for other to inttrtain:, a tiiott<;Iit ou* cerliPcatcsfn in Plarter, Collrn Bri>k< is. ('urn- jog five lhonai.d two hundred cre adj.t eat I Astic Cake or Eiil-.rg': me-nt nt tl c1 j ncific 'it
wceedm.1 his election! unless sooner removed of coming tip NEWPORT.Mrv rniiorslereIinr.i. ; and) (tar Rhei;niati-ia it h-i i ,j, rn
_ next *, and Minnlarlurer, CuMon! thereto, a* elcs'ribe in the ileciis ut tlierola paCtii-
Under the pruvii Goo tin
*
*, teslilyint; t t perforn.aiice el I t the Gin*, Land Cimnpany] to Joseph M White.Alsa .
.
I the removal oi .1ite l by addie>s or impeachment : Avi>m' ov A (Vi, Savannali, Ga. and the sample produced! by thrtn.cant.ot be excelled eulileeu hundred acre cf Land in WakuU.1Cottily Cramp. SvtelliM) *. Pain. V.i- J( .
.
:: And for \\illul' nested ol duU.oi other ieaonablecause FRtMkiiNttWmrniit 1u1tATLFY, Bounty Lands and Pensions. by nny Gins, ever manufaclureet. to wit : Lots number; nineteen, twenty lionU'hite S'we-iiins TIiuJm i ,.r c ,' <
which slnU not be biiilifient ground tor noJieachment 'a 1'.tLE All ordi-is, fi> Gin rivt-n either osltialiv] efficaci-m, 'ft dwea*' rf v pj,, ,, '
I T" l IK iindci signed, havingmade arrangement ith r to our travelling t\\ent'fAtr, twenty-five in the WakuUa s'nteytand '
the Governor s'.ull rt-m.ive any eif them a, SWIIT. DIJ.MOW ,1 (i'o.V.X. ; w F'istnla. Poll KriUSw eney.Snt' (C. J '*
: : local r 1 ,
0 or Azents. l.-rwardcd tIme 1
JL and ut he Lit or to Propiielor* by Lot n ti.berev ntpcn. (fractional,) in Hartiieteiutvey j
ca the ad Ire** of two-thnd ot the Generjl A'S.'DJ- \ P. MILI IR tl Co. New York.Rixw.irs of Wa a 'competent hin i ti-n, and being experienced nm\ pru\idd; in with I I theapt ) mail, will -always rcctive pnrrpt attention. Gins; and six huriiIre ia<
bly : I'ropUed, hwtn, That t he ran*<>, 01 causes, Notn*, MVMIN A Co., IVi-t": >rn\etl and i tequ-ile form, will i attend t. t lie eel.lItclion \\ill lie sent to any part e-f the country, and i ar- ve-y, adjoining lot humbt-r nineteen-this last i0 Ins. Wiudsail. Splint ; and fi r tu ai\! lii /1"
thall be stated at length in such a>iJir-s and eiitcirJon F. Pi LOOMK EMJ.. Now Ixnidon C:. ranted alisfati either in man or arwhich r-ni'e: vi Vi'l
to gme .n. less :3-it' acre release d by White Be 'xlr- .
of CLuDi bpo.Mr* ol attorney for K 'nnlt acres by men. a 1|)
the Journal* ol each : Andpraeidtdfuithn IL S. MoCoMiis, E-ij., Wilmington! Del. I Land, Pennon*, aid Claims tier Losses and Services JOS 1.. DITTTON. Ap-rf. The letm, of sale will be as tollovv: One-third l>l'c-ifion, thw Lini&ent stands ot i ILe itv, ;

That the r.ini, or cauiife hall be notified to the) September US I. "5 tf I 'zpsn the United Stale Guvi'rninent.: Columbus, Ga., I'tbiuary S, IS5I. 5 ly ca-h, one-third at twelve months. and one-third attwojpar Riedicii.es. '
he t-hall be
iul
intended to be removed ?
JuJe ;
8.1 Officers and *oldier of the war ol l-l2. t'r of TI\ *-the credit instalment to draw eight par
admitted to a ht'drin: in hisown detence, bofeie any Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Just Received and for sale low User Complaint, ErytipftaiS-,,?/" r
r.f t the India uar* ince 1 T't0, arc c Ill iii. 4 Io !ilotii- "by cent interest per annum from the hy of 't.tband :L
\ote for siichrmnoval sn the vote fchallbe taken by veasand nay HIIO entered AI I NI 1 ir.vI )qHiinted I Agent f. ,
moderate and in default K( tT oi Mr 11.! 6. FARBFif.-Dcnr Fir
ices rendered, a compensation will lie ; payment any : y r ; .
on ths Jn'trnaNnf4ci( House, rfsneetnely.SEC. ; pany.n.id &de-i-iiiiii; : it t1ilIie&UIy mutual todiscus the chai ged. Ueii cexivti of t he \> arrant >rtl.e amount MANILLA atil 1 Cot Rope aborted size, said instalment, the premises shall be re-*>?e! at i ii* scliiii ;ery wetlaid *1, : -
enacted. That said election ini.s.ItiIe and mhs.nti U of the huranccpnneijile
a 2. Bell further Spaile-. anil Axe.
) the risk i.f he alter the ft has d
D P. notice t
coliecud HOGt'K( purchaser, thirty ebjs norig people < flii a dTtLAS.antlannlherota c > t
condii'teJ and the return tli-'ieitfrr.sidi', ; in \ on!J r-pctful1v policit the considerationf ; ?
nhall b<.* \ G. W. Wt-ftlin I Hce*. Patent ditto, of uch re-sale. B ,
IIU1CIIINS. I PAN ,,
tho tni'iner now presnibi-l, or which may hereafter! tlu cilu !i of' q'lldka-ee: ami ViC2flitV. Any information :l.ikt! Oven P-H SpilerOM -, illff p. i
BH\J F. cmind
WIIIFNER who !
March 29,1"vil. 1'2 If A lady was to lur urf > ,
for the election ol member to lathe! to it. be obtained In ca1lii.r'.n! the
law.
cum
be prescribed; by I un'I Y>im Tnwiisiiiir
Parrapanlla, OSCAR A. R1YERS months with Lives C'oyTtAitT
-- -- j ti i .Arrrc,, ,
Con res ; sod jt *ull be the duty vt the Governor i iiois mlMnlnr. S. S. KNIGHT.Novoml : Trace Fifth Haiti! ISreait tstretiJier raid '
enmr,4- .
Sldtr Sight ExchangeON Leg Masters in Chancery. THE HEART, %%as cnrn! K.r'' ? :
the
seal
crtinmiion, under the ol < jS34)) 47 11 -
G i.
i M r
Fepffmber), 151. 37 fsX Arabian Liniment. She sail l \\\v i\\
\ < \\n ,
to the peism n-reiv 1113; the highest numbi-i ol volesin NEW YORK SAVNN.II, and MACON Strip Hin 'o*. Patent I'.ilance COO 11s.Spe Wakulla Tim- Il basbe f
Sentinel anJ
is ( ?* ? copy her nogoed. > applied t t" a fr,. \
the Judicial Di.tiiet in which Ihe election THE TRUE MEDICINAL for si'.e, in san to *-nt, liv'FIIO1dAS
J. >iiis KIUVCH andeelb.s, l't-rcu->si'ii Caps, I cured in a short lime. I h h a1. COD LIVER OIL PHRK1N>, Coffer Mil!*, Cotton Curd*. Thrrmome t <, Notice. RHFUM\TI fir a lima Kmr, jt (t \\lt. ,r ., ,'
Sec. :3. Bf it further enacted. That whenever October H, I IS:)0). 40> Agent ?darine Rank..ETNA ,
Cut Nail, Wrought N.iil, Hi r.-e SI.opNitil*. spel! if pained me so ii, ich tl.it I II 1 .,d;
I the Geneial As>em1>ly nhall create a heoaratSu- 1 TSEI'UL ri the cure ol Scrofuli, Consumption, Wiiulj arid CainSeat SIX months after date, I "Lill apply to the JutIe n r,
.. Coutt.ir Chancery t otut t under the provis- '__) G iutRneun.itinslhma! BronchitisCo'uh*, INSURANCE COMPANY 1'l'arsViiuw WanrnH ; r '.
prane I Piccket TuliB. I Pyrtyin*. &5 5vf Trays with Linicier
*, P-rooni tana b >
; bin4 tf I ,
,
yonr -re
the Judges thereof shall the Che.t t ivd Liini A tiement anal from the estatef < ?
lon ol this O'1tLtUtIi1. and nlldieisf* ol -tipplyol hARTFoRD CONNECTJCU (li.scliargc Joseph 15.Lotkev r.
I l. l'ata-hi Sal
: Sml.i. IldiZ! o, OhiiMi'lUr the cead. JOHN
be elected in,the manner provided in the first cectionof I this valuable medicine i i.* just received, which is iltce u-ed. bing. p4iii DL'LK.y.,\
I Siock aid Cotton Si-sore's stprior 5 s Tobacco, Rail _
: in Ware-hou-e Ruml Sitiff
this art, and shall hold their offices loi the -line: warranted pure, and ol very uperiorquality.For "pUILDlNGS MARIA LOCKEY, Adm'x.
term, and be subject to all the provision of *aid tVs| sale by LEWIS & ;AMF/ J3 insured against less bv fire. Rio, Ij'g'iv!ra, rii'l: Java Coffee, coarse A flue Salt, Wn..1ington Co, Septemb. 13, 1H51. 36 6n"T Stiff Complaint, wesney. \lenpn, Ca:, flli

j ectidii : PiuciltJhoimvtr, Tnat the Judges ol the May 23, 1S5J. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. LEWIS & AMES, Sperm. aninr.1irie, Sear anti Wax CandIes, Sore Eyt, L'urnl.L .
be elected general ticket Ja-iuary Q<;, ISY: )). 3 i Agents, Talbhy-e-e. i4-xl.4; Provn Soap, ditto for the Toilet, AGJSRREAN ROOMS"SKYLIGHT
Supreme Court fhall by ; RL LLOY 'S Mitchell, Postnaster at Fiats Fuifcn Co
Green; t111k.? Tea Pickle, I.err.f H\ Claret r.\\.
the J uIes of the Chancery Court shall be elected nip. ,
and
The Fire in Mass.
Conway, A. B. CLARKE Stxia an.l
I'ntl'-r
: Cratker- Pipe
Districts the Legislature Apple Cheese, (JALLERY.r spvsMr
by general iiclet, or by as II. G. FABRII.I. : Tour /r.Man
.
iiiM'rt with pleasure the following Utter from I'ncon. Lard, loi.r, Jltkenl,
WE (roaiEnLY CLAF.F. & ST1LT.MAS,)
direct.SEC. highly praised here. We cured one rt|
.may 4Re it Jmtlinenacted.. That -howld a the Coiiwav Teiol Company. ltsLrvs clearly TAVING purchased the intcre-st of Mr Loaf aihlCniJiitl Stipjar, with the usual 2'ortnjcntof <,na1 as- estabTiffhrnent u now it successful or.eratipti horses 1 1 the Stiff Complaint by abm mv hnrtr nets' 3

> acancv occur in either the .S-ipieme, Chancery, 01 that the faith e>f the public m Rich's Sal.uiuuukr ii JLJ. Sullivan in their old bu3inc, can lelound article in the* Pry Giuwls ; .L anti l fitted l out in a rurpcrw r style. frr the reception .and I cored or-er J mrvrruf |} tapplications. -,

Circuit Court, by death, ic signatiop, removal, ortberwie. Safes lias nut been misplaced : ._Lt..f_ at I their old stand on Mont.c street, Shoe, Hat, Hardware, Crockery. S.vlJIcry, e-f li'les I iint I gentlemen, an-i all those strata- I neOar Sheriff, Jo eph Dkf*. c'r e
\
it shal! be the duty ol the Governor to CONWAY, Mvs*, July 14. II$1. \vheut' he wifl receive 1:1: a few d js from New \c>iV! C">nh TiimiKiniy ai.iI I 1).eTn.tic LIIHJ.Rooini jer* vho may visit the Capitol e.f the Laml f Fl
jje a writ election to fill -ucb vacancy, and lie Me! *=rs, RofT. Stearns A Co.. successors" C. Rich ACo. one ot I lie nidst complete a.'joiltiietis I of IteuJyin it required tocnuinerate Fjincy Articles. and l'rllt'/ Woa; >m. All will Lave a favors! opKirtunity j had the Distemper very bad, ard corp d i1 I DIK; i ,Jtj .

.hill gneat lea-t ity di>!-' notice thereof b\ proclamation ., I.1 Water street. New Yoik :-(hntkmenTovsur ide Clothing and (ientlnnen's Fancy lloiiil* (ConcliiMon nextvetk..) { of ha% in the Lnnun flicc tllme transferred: t diately. He says it U def ideiijy Ihe erea Mir.; .

and the Judge so elected to fill sucha- inquiries rc-j,cctin: the fate (.f the Salamander ever off red in inn market. Al-o, a general a-oit- Afri! Iti, 18.>I. 15 to the Silver e>r Ivory Plate m an Artktieal manner. f-nvdn me he ever Used There Y >rt befn ruir,'. >
in office troin the time he qualifies y.ifo, 'o. 8M.: purchased eif vim through h Mesr*. French nnli and Cluftm Landea Scent View
cncy shall continue menl of Belgian Pork.Q LIes, ry. PaintLng, 3Iinuturtf, cured eif Sore Eve with if. I tir.d it a Terj laliuL
rw under his commi-iott, which sh11 be iued Win. Bryce A Co., it i ]eihnj> Efficient to say, that Black and Fa/try Dnetfiins and Casiimtrs, lllafk co.iul correctly by tLis medicine both tcr man and beast. t

immediately alter the frwt canvas s of the totes by I am at nro-e-nt writing on pajKrvInch! was in tli2; awl Figueied Sil!>-, Sutin, Cashnure, n/iJ I'rlut1'cslnts.s : A BARRELS Moss Porklanding from Rri? Ui.v Surpri-inij art by wliieh we It nd.

*vhich Im return i is determined : Prori, and for tale bvJ.VNAUGHT Our coLiitcnrince to a) .ent frienJ, Btware of C'onnttrfeitTo guard C4ini1irp.< f

I That ebould it hecora flecesary Jo fill any MICI vacancy by fire on the morning of the llth int. The Sifea : the sh'.jit M notice and in the mot ;.ip>)r >vtd sIt Ic.
before an election can be held under the pioisions \%. ':! the lower floor of a three story building ennt.iining The community cer.erail are repectliilv! rr'juetedto Mrnh 2'2, 1851. 11Coflee I "Where love lament the parting LOOT, THE Public are paiUctilaily racliunrd anm''i
.
> of this Con 'itution, the Governor s-hall have considerable quantities of Feasoneil 1 teach tirnber call and exinin'* iu\ !
the power to fill such vacancy bv appointment, and anJ it \vas at a red heat \vl lwn it fill into a bodeif \\heie. TalIiasscec1oter 14, 1S50.411 Sugar, Soap, &c.i And I lovely ""woman' gently grace, ance and called by the Imprsttr who male.ii -- VfB.

the person so appointed bhall bald his office liom the live hardwood coals, in \vhkh it riin..ined i.'iilu'd-! O SACKS corrKi( ; Or Innily maif miH.nal fro-srn, Famir Arabian Ltnirr.enf Tli i. i isa darpr o

due of his coinmis-ion until his successor ehall be ded about three hour, \vhcn it M-as drawn out. and. JOHN PRATORIUS, JL 9J Io barrels StiiartVr\} Sugar, Are caci ailroitly perc, lletl down, fraud and nn;re liable toiltreive frtn M leanrzf -

duly elected and qiulified. as sixai as practii'ab'e, oj. -ned. The l-a11ie-r li'iiling' [or Tltr. I\TK hUM OK la'M. ti I'OULD 5 Pilot Bread, By lively eve- who are -tvly working; name of Farrell. TherclY he p-.rtu uar! mtrr tt>
SEC :i. Kt it fnrthtr enacted. That the second of the b x>ks were he-sited by tho team, und some of 5 l u CVa ker*. In a tiny box &ne1 iiiiiibly fte>rkir. call for it by t\ejnane t'arrt/rt Linimcnr; rf

section of said act to amend the twelfth clause the loot-e pajx rs were i-finie\vliat ctaine-d but not a -:nKIC I inft-nn hi* friends sui-l the lnbic! 70 boxes family Thankful 1 for the \try Lteral patronage extended unprincipled cealera will impose! tins tJlR-f-o

Cons!itut ion ol tins State, and adopted In the third particle of paper in any bor>kvas injun-d, and : that he 1u taken tlit- store lately tiC'Ijemi] 21 Mpeii ir Soap T./barco, ttc ilr. ftet tile past, I m ronelu-ion must atUress jouiulLe Mixture upon you tar the gen.itehsl: clwejjc '- ifee
and louith General A emblie as afore-aid, be and maik l Ii whitln mde I. C. H. lltwHI. an 1 .nijoiijn the store htely II. i G.: '
iiot a singl| on any the same ta hereby abt)1bed! ; but it is hereby pioiied bv a pen e>r pe-ncil. i i.* dcfacexl. We CHUM It r the Safe i
that the General Assembly shall, bj the con in question as hii'ia: ; pa'-e'd through one cf the ceercrt attciul to the call* an.l waiitsof tln, -who nty be Newjx-rt, llareh 22, 1831. 11 For all ti.ii-: lo'vi-Iy nui-t Lave an enL H. G. before r'drrell', hi-* scialnie t ml-f
current vote of the two Houses theteof, at its next \ tests to \iliich it could have U-en put, and we I lipo'l to ]>atn
te" ilar sessitin, elect some person to fill the vacancy j need not assure ye u that we rejoice at iis MICCC- ; I He has r'ceivctl 1, b\ the late arrival, a tl ,i atdirrfl Bacon Lard &c. given t.e' art. A tine qr. -ize t'iiair.era for sale.eptember bottle : it. fl. FARRLLL'S ARALL\N LIMJIF.NT -

which w ill occur by exibiration, of the term of ollice Weiill forward you the hnnit Safe, and in the mean- I -Kl't-t'd *>}>]>!y "f d'tth*. ffixiiuitrt*, I I'titny*, :20, INII. 'A1 tf PEORIA."

of that Judge who tnsij draw the (\\o\ear terra, under I time, send us s notlicr of the .&nicHxe and jiattern, Faitc t!<**Lt ; a!no, a ijnirrtil rfuifnt f A CASKS Dace Shies, AGENTS WANTED in ev. ry T. r-n. Till?!' rdIl'iirdit

.- the pionsions of said second scctiun, v\hiih Is for immediate ui-e. Yours, rospf-ctfullv, 'RCA) rJ.i itE CJ.O7'IIIXG. 2- 2 }i.etJiiers. DANCING ACADEMY. in the l"iifed States in w ) irponHMiiptablwhed. '-

: herein aHove declared to be aboh-hed. Cknnvnv Tool Company A. PARKEIt. 411 r -i a ".: -vif, ?. Cipul in
..: and without powder. lucks for iu sale'i |> Pa3sd the House ol llepret-entatixen by the Con titutioal fctrect, New York. '* t HO Water tlas market. He will
mdjunty, December, 1SO.No. ALMON i to hi- buMiMami II-.JK'S lie will limit a liberiltmn'ij. 15 Whiskey.Jifct ; that"Li- .St l.otd for instruction in the above acconipli Call on the agent wl.o will firni-i!: Frn ofC\ajf

JOHN G.ROIT. : ."" from the pnbhc.No receded JK.T SeLr. Damanl. and! for ale by l.ment will J
( 2.] A S. MARVIN.Ausn STKARNS. \ember 2:5: isjij.: 46 tf Me-NAUGHT; A OMIONR 7 o'cloefc, P. M tier adult, anti Saturday, Isst Novem- r class of cii izer's.PnIcE.cr4. .

AN ACT to amend the Seventeenth C1 UF<- ci the >t f!. 1R51. i Sm NewportM.1rc1122, 1851. 11 bt r. at 10& o'clock. A. 3L, S.r juvnile where all the ;.V) cf*. and one il.lhr pfr b' tt!#.

Fi11h Article ol te! Cmistilution; oltliis State. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Real nu st latinble. Dances' and modes of the day wd be THE OM.T Grrsti-NE is cia* nur'iirtJ (t.y H. *'

c.TIo 1. Be it ennctid by the Senate and Tax Collcctor's Sale. rT MIE i subt-cnbers' have on hand I two huiulipd awl Burr Mill Rock. tUKjht.Sejitember. FarrtII, sole inventor and pmuprait.r.: ir d uhi'rDnigcf -

Jfziae of llrpresentnlites of the Mate of Ftoiidtiin L fifty ounce'ol of ( FFW Piece* real French Barr Mill! Ro -k, 18 by 20. 1851. ?r; 3m Nr. 17 Main street. Pe'i.s.1 III. ar>t
Sulphate
TY virtue inline, which lies
of authoiity in me bylaw retted, I have sale wholesale? and Re'-til Prci-n'
Liche rpncnbvSepferuber
General .IsMinbty eonvtaeil, That the Sutnteenth have obtained j.2d .7i. fur sale at cn.t anJ charges, bva at
C'aue ol the Fifth Aiticle ol the Con-litu- J* seized and levied njxtn fnurtccn; hnmlred' and uill clued Iromlie t inanufactiiret, and NerJMrt, May iti, 1t31.; Is D. LA 1)1). New Goods for Fall and Winter. 6, IJwI. LEWIS I &, AMIS-
they warrant be
it to article.We .
lion of this State be, and the arne is hereby, so thirtyven acres of Land, Ivm in Let.11 Countv. situate a superior
<
have enlarged[ stork of Rr Th.nent\ nerved by Sile >ner
our and
a few mileSoutlient T.f Drugs Medicine HEIRtt
Jed read followto wit Theie threitvof Talihassoe! CITY
.hall ,
amen a' to : Valuable Plantation COTTON T7EIGHES.HAVING .
b\ for Sale. tnm Baltimore assortment of Plantation
r.'et-iit .inii'aalsand :* an
to
purjorting tu bfl be ons Soiintor for each Circuit, who shall reside ] i e, and will
therein, and shall be elected bv the qualified voters be om iel l for frale! in front etf th? Court Hou-c d xir, order Ion articles in our line. at wholesale retail, 'HE: PLANTATION wkrwn the late Jf ht-a II. Good. A.V., vcnconl'tinj'' in part of the following liet-n appointed one M"tlie Citv C.a

of such! Circuit, on the first Monday in Oc'oher, in iu i'd1a1ias.ce, e.n Monday the 3d day of ovnlx.rWitluil on the most accormiodatin" te-rms. Byrd fornieriy resided, I'M Ix-o County, near article : C'otrou and Linen O-na.tirgs! 3-4,7-8, *. I notify the Plan'i a-id) ) *''nts:.

the year one thousand eight bii'idiedand ((illy three, neat, lial hour To be told to satisfy the We have alan a few accou.it: jet due to us for th? Lake Frie1. ronraihinjj lUinorv*. of wLi* h some 2", ", and 4- I. Bnin JsLirtinsr and Drills 5, 6. and 11.8, of Loon, Gaelden, and the sijrronnil'iisc: (t'itntas.aL
Taxes due year ISl'J. The are een<-rallj in) small amounts are cleared, ami uniK-r Cio\vn SLirtiic, Kertv4. Plain.*, and Un= *. 20jwir ( I
thereon for the cultivation. On ey '
the
and every four sears thereafter, or at such times as year 1 S3fl. pren.i-e : tl.e ( :Jcetr;;ia Plnnter. that I will at'i nil ciiatafltl72
but i il I I Ihe whole could Nejjro liionket and 2O* Bed! Blanket
be paid shcrllv, it would i I-* conifortnl'Ii piece ,
a *
frame Dwe-lin!
the General Assembly may b\ law jnesrnbe, and D. McRAENY, go eh ill Tax Collector ol far toward- liquidating ceLliiri| suns Ii ich we oss e. ceiesary out lteIi-, Ac. Thi Plantation '= Ulack, Mixed and Fancy Ca--ime re* for 1'.uit4. Ken- If
receive for his services a compensation to be Ion County. |io- e-e"* j COTTON and TOBACCO hitnited ro n.s rare
fixed by law." July SC, IRJil. 29 Sm LEWIS 4i AMES. many advantage it adjoin the iney vt-oiIs l vlwre j tucky Jean*. Sattinttts and Felt ClotL, FLinre' Scale, rotinLt; from New York will 2i.iistda

SEC. 2. Be it further enarted. That surh rlec- JuneS' 1850. ?2 the ranire Hverv gixnl for eattbeandlnaThe New- Bt-dTuk, Bleached Siiirtir.g' and &heetp; i/f all I certified bv tlie Inspector of ScjJt and %*u.to >

,I ion bbal te held and conducted and the returns Cigars, &c. )jx>rt and! ('.es'rz-m Plonk Road ill pa-* within 4nO to width, Towelinj, Camlne*, Handke'rtLu, Print, tie Custom: IIe>i>e tlie-re. 3fy -rattun at the DtTut

thereof made in the t>afne manner an is now pre- l) ECEIVED per schooner Elizabeth from :New New Goods. (W;()n yanl* of the dwellin!;, ami I think will gi> on the Alpsiea. Muslin d*> L.iin (>ingl snis, ttc., Le. will possess me in'tat advantage ovir any itticrin"rr

Bcribd bj law, or may heieatler be prescribed by It Yoik, OPENING a Urne and carefully selected 'ock of line, or through tlie whole length e.f the Plantation ; All of which will be sold low. the Sti re* -savtr in the Jravse aose! r.**

law, for the election ol member to Cotigios Irotii 4000 repf-rior SpanL Cigsr. rinlania, and Uripht Metal Vare. siinl, when this Rond 5 I- eonipletnlvlaeh i is umltr con- HEIR ,t RUST. cent en every l>aiT tf Cottun ; the Y.rI.: : tea (*IK
this Slate. consisting in part of Tea and Come Pots French traet. tol ls. dune ly tile Nt f September 2 \ 1S51. 87 tf
i lt
2 half axes No. 1 cl 5\\illlj T 'lilCCO, January. >52, no -tronjly fenced and m d repair. thut'ottrnTu
FIFTH GrNrn/in !t1'EMBTXPaied the Senate ColW Filleiers. Pitchers, Candle Slicks of dit'erenl Plaiitatioii: fin the whole line of the Riinl ivill
2! lo. ilo. j's. honey lew) do. stir1ass be wore Secure from invury, anti can ato 5a fi rV-
by the Constitutional, majonf, Dweinber 31 1S51. 2 barrels Cru -hwl Sujrar, qualities. Jelly Mould, Gljss Lmtei ns, Cake Bes, it for come-wenee, te. It i js now offered for ale at u BaggingRope and Twine.JUST ded with les eTelay. I Lj>e the Phuit'r anti Hrf

Passed the Houp ol Kepieentdhes; by the Con litutioual 2 1o. Rutt.-r Cincker, Caiiiisttand, 4 vaneiy, of| other tides, which bargain. Per-ein* ilesiron* e'f' lurrhasiiig, will ple-au received. a good supply of Gnnny, Dundee, chant will give me their paror.asre, a- I am '. '

majority January h, tS3l. 5: Uagt RJO Coffee, the/ otter for sale on reasonable tcriii. rail on Jo* ph Chaire. Il-q. wl.o will 'how them the and Sea Inland Bagging, Bale Rope, mined to deserve it by *trict atti'nrion to my fctaw*

3 Java Coflie1, Also, on hand a lull and extensive s-tncl of Tin land. For tt rin*. Aex, apply to me. at my residence, and Twine. \vLich will be; sold ai low as any in the CHARLES I. DEUILLT.C .

I OEFIEOFSICDTIUYOFSTITFI 2 13bls. CiJt Vinegar. \\ are of every -cnptioi: ianaruichtre by Fort Ptr.ui-burv, Ha. market. Call and ;ie ui. *'ttt, and IVfflwTalaTja \Veiiii

& Talfa'iaire, Jlay I Ii1. ALSO, good workmenand at lair prices. BENJAMIN BTRD. HEIR tt RUST. ?fc, August tf, lt<51. SI tlJ
tCiiRLF0 W. DuwM.Ne, Secielai> ol Stale, do 40 Pi'-cc heavy Wfx l Ker.afy Lojd Pipe, Shp.- Lead, Cupper, Zinc, arid Cistern January 18, 1R51. C tf September 2n, 551. 87 tf
ceriily the foregoing to be true and coned Piunj fr stle. Pin Roofing Gultenns, aiid Job
Hereby 40 ** *" ( niv mixed Wool Ktriev ; Rates of at St. Kail
J copies of theoriffiiul Acts on f.leat myoflke, and 23 Cotton Krsev* \Vo1k executed faithfully and with .lespatch. Notice. South Florida Arrow Root. Storage
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herewith published in pursuance of the provi ion ol 20 !' T. WHITE fc CO. POUNDS fresh ARROW ( lOTTOX, per bal *_. . . . . ..... -.
Daik ItirVcirnen's 'l"JIE ;leruneel notice that their ROOT, just re- '
hereby give
the Constitution relative to Ameudtnentb and Kciieion wear, September 21 IS'iO. 37 If re- 350 V' JIERCHANDIZU. T r lmrr I. b :ilk... ..... -
200 pair* Nejrro iianktt; ?1 50, 1 75,2 00, __ I_ sjx-ctiv e oflice will Kojnn fir the tran-iirtioii of etiveel from Kev AVest. For sale low by .. ..4f
of theCoiihtjUitinn.C. CORN and oh: r Grain \iu4rl.l . .
\V. DOWNING 2 25, 2 50, 2 75, tI t G 00r pair. Tax official: bainefrom y to 2 ocliick, evcrday, Sun- G. A J. 3IEGINNIS.Septeni1er SALT Fur ";
Secretary State. Collector's Sale. per sack.. -
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elav - -
C.C. 15YRIX exci ptttl. 27,1SG1.; SS -It - - -

May 3. IVil. 17 Cm September 27, 151. C8 tf BY virtue i if authnrity m me by law vested I have The necessity arid j roi-riety of regular pml specified HEARD tt DEN1IAIL
-i7. l ami levied three lu.ndreil! and twenty l.enir of hi1.lIlt-.S u1jlic and Twine. St. ifark*. Ainst 23, !S31. $3 '
Boots.t tpe 11 ill ]> < fuYe*, recognized by Bagging, Rope,
FaliandVintcrGoods. acres of land, I hm.* in 1AMiI CmiUr.Mtuateil aUiut I.TW and an-1 &b\ious to --- --- --- -- --
mage, sire ttx require csplauP. BAGGING
DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patent Shank IWK ,
ten mile Noithn-a-t KENTUCKY Tallahassee Cotton WarehCte.
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:i MJiooncr <.f TulLLis-ce-. in the waNr .fP.L atiuti.
Aprils, 1851. 13 JAS B. GAMI5LE. RECEIVED jn r Elizaliuh. nn 8-'ortment do.
.VND WINTER GOODS, ckinsitu1g :i A Creek, |iurp irtiiif to I M..I..J to Fabran A rio- W. DOWNING. Secretary Slate. Sea Island do. THE under-is ied is now pr.p'l l tore

Plows. in part stead, iunl will b > niU-n-il fr e.iin! fiont tif- 1l.e JOHN HEARD, Co ptrJU'r.AV. IVsf Kentucky Bale Rcpc, E the C,lion rf tl PI** "
ofKer
f;.f\ CAST Sweep in store, an-I for falc at low cy, Blankets, A&, I'imrt I[on-o" d K-r. in tin'. city of Tullidisis, em Mondy R. HAYV.'ARD. Trennrrr.D. ]J.LIIng Twine, de., tc. For sale by ng to thi market. The builJinj,' i* j '
:
p., rateH. .!AS. B. GAMBLE llio'nn and Bleached Shirting anJ Sliccting*, To the .l\ (lay aef> Novc nibi'r ne\t, ithiu lejjsd I.nur. S. WALKER, Rfy. Pullle Land. G. &t J. MEGINNISS. immediately eppr ite the Union Tank. star the 3I!

.April 5. 1851. 13 3i! ; !:rh anil l Amuiran 1'rints, be Hild tu t.tti.fy the Tai.es due then-en fur the R. S. IIAYWARD, Clerk Sup. Court. September (C, Sol. 55 6t ket House. There U now, aLin or.necticnvP

I I'.rown. DLick and Grey Kentucky Jeans, year 16GO. D. MeRAEITax \ \ February 1, 1651. 4 tf the above. in course cf ereetion n< n j r ;' && J

Law Firm. Illun, liLick and Grey Satiuctt Collector of Leon County. Chain Pumps. the -storage of Cotton, all tnJir the unntfJifctrolof

Carolina Striped.Wlute July 26, IR3I. 2J Sin Brandy. AFE\V endless Chain Piiinp fixture. P>r sale by the *cb-otibtr, \vhow 'i receift for fl1''
i l BRFA'ARD in >
BEARD practice nil the Court of the Middle Circuit of Ladies Great Chance. I September 6 1851. 35 *;tfefi.r tie d ihi *asa' 9lJttin
Horida. Office ill and GcntlcnH-n'ti SUICT. Merino Vests. Ib51. 13 JAS. R GAMBLE. _4t_ >literof the Cotton in
TaThLas.'ec.JOHN' AVING determined to leave Tallaha fe, a bar vhieTt ;it ;.* rteeiefu.
ALSO Groceries.
BEARD.T. gain will be %len in the site of lock and The subscriber i* al-e> prepaid a* ll& r<*,
my and
W. BKEVAIID.Fcliruary A general assortment <>f Fall and Winter Clutliing.! Rood-will to any person wuhiii to do a 'giocery bu- Superior Green Black Teas. TUST> .recivcd from New Orleans, per scLr. "Win. fi M'eiyher, to weirhwith ci.rreetness and J Ie=patcni"Ceittous

: 1,1651. 4 tf ALSO, sine.ain j this Place.J01y19ISZiI. O CASES superior TEA, \il.ieh: can 1 lee rec*>m0 t IVtt -*, deliereilvitl.in! tl:e corfivritt iiuttt*> *7j

An a'-oortment eif Ladic Gaiter Walking ShoeS 2S S S KNIGHT.H nie-nJe.1. P.ERRY i ROWLES. 4 Cask Side. lahaxwe. and may at all time Le found a* n" '.
40 bbK Extra Flour
Shoes, and ind blippers. For sale at the lowest prices by May3, 1851 17 40 a Ohio Cotton Yard ready and \villincr to ac >rcmn lafe '1

/ LADIES and Gents Rubber Ov< rJioe just receiv G. it J. MEG1NNISS. Bagging, Notice.rPIIE 3 barrel Leaf I.ard. CHARLES A. Si**

- J AS. B.G ALIBLE. September 27, 1R5I. SS 4t 4., PIECES: Id ntuiky Jlajann., 50 sacks Corn, at c.v.f. TallaLa.ssee, Augttt 23, 1S51. 33 6"

Aprils, 1651. 13 60 coil ROJH., I undersigned having mae some ncwarranee; All of which will be told low for cash -
by
Piano for Sale. 20 bali-j Gunny Cloth, J- merit in his business, requests all persons in- A. II FELKEIL.Atgu Leon and Gadsden Plank flog

Spring Goods. FIRST-RATE wonJ-hand I'LVNO, for silc low Whithvill be 5oM at low pi ices.JAMES. : debt no hook d to call but sell and his Celtic up. In future )tev\ill keep .tSO, 1851.: S4 tf "VTOTICE i L* hereby given. that Cook* of SuW

rPIin subscriber is opening t<>-d.iy a small invoice IApply at this 0111cc. B. GAMRLE. QooeU e\clunery for cash or 1_ tion for the Capital Stock of the Leon and W

T- J. of Dress Good*, Bonnet llibbons, Florence Silks, Atigu4 H5, 1851. 32 tf September f.;, 1P51.: 33 tf 1 produce he lowest, and by so doing he will be able to sell at Dry Goods &..c.ON den Plank Road Company. TV ill Le opened on
living price*, which he promise to do,
Atwhich he offers at low ice*. If.Tallahassee. .
: pi the of F. .
M-ry iliy SOth( instant at the e.fuVe ;
and requests his old customers and others hand and for sale by (be subscribers : i
I 5 1851. 13 JAS. 11 GAMBLE. Just wishing 1 B. Kl
Arrived of
April Castings. Old Jones. under the
Dicky buy l.w, lo give him a call, lit has on hand a good 4 and 10-4 Brown and Bleached sheetings. superintendence e-ffi '
j assortment A PEW pall, of the asoilment of Shoes hats New York Mills Cloth. D. P. Hoerue, D. C. WiLson. Ibj,'?, and at the
Corn Oats and Hay. A GENERAL of Pots, Ovens, Spider, .ns panic Old Friend. fir Medicinal Cap, Blankets, Cotton Long
Kettle Ac which **- and Woollen Goods' &c. &c. for English Long Cloth-Cambric shiriings.Bro. P. W. White, in Quincy. under the superiutcnJem .
*, 500cwport BUSHELS heavy white Corn, 1851. 37 HEIR
2ib OaL, KERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneer, ic January, 1851. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. Irish linens from 33 eta to 1,23 per yd. n's.
Drro-vr,
60 bales Hay, A Card. Angmt 30,1M1. 31 tf Linen Cambric Hdk'fs from P-'J to 30( cst. IL

ow lauding from JJri Uranus, and for pale byJIcNAUGHT THE exercises of Miss CLAYTON'S SCHOOL will Flour &.c. Re> iere, bern stiched and scrolled bordr'd R BAKER.L .

.' .t ORMOtfD. on Mctnday, Sepleinln-r 1 1651 at PROTECTION INSURANCE Toilet linen.Long law n, linen Cambric,[lidk'is. : R. ILtRRIS,
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22,1851. II the School House attached to St Johii'a Churck COMPANY, JLOV/"IYBAURELS best family Flour, Cambric Jaconets and Swiss Muslin August Ifi, iI. S2Notice. cvni. .! !:.

0 Augustas, 1851. 33 tf HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, cask Rice30 -, Curtain Muslins Iroml2j to 5Octs. pr. yd.striped

: Bumtncr Clothing.AB. Cnpilal Stock l( barrels Potatoes, and Embroidered. .

CLARK has just received from New York, Laborers, take Notice.TyANTED $300,000. 6 rirkms lieSt Gohen Butter. -ALSO- firm of C. C. BYRD & CO. is H *.' *!
rp JIB uiideriigned, Agent of the above Landinj from Brig Uranus ami for THE tt"
assorimeut of summer clothing ol Company, pale bvMcNAUGHT Damash Table Linen, Rro. Linen Table Cloths by mutual consent. All bnsine
immediately, to work on the Florida .1. is prepared: to take risks against Fire on build t OKSlOXD. Linen and C. C. BYl!.
variety and il le, which will he sold on the 011(1 Family Planter's Drilling. said firm, will be attended to bj
every > >rial'lank Ilawi. a LARGE) ; NUM ings and their contents, on the most fave>rable terms. Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 Coltonade Nankeens. C.C.B1R.'
!nobt reasonable terms, at the well! known store on Dhll of able hidicd I. ibirerhite) and black to F. II. KNIGht'.
Monroe St Claik &Stillman. FLAGG, Agent. Huckaback Diaper. S. S-
formeily occupied by
hoin good will be
wafs jjiven. Apply to Tallahassee June 7 1851. Notice.
Also a fine lot of Clot ht, Fancy and Black Doe-dins, JAMES L. TOMPKINS 22 Red-tick, Richmond Stripes. July IS, IS5I. ,, /, 13YWtt
Calrtniretlee, Col'd. and White Diillinir, Drap'De, At the Contractor, ALL parties indebted Io me. will please call at Moss Mat trasses, &c. The business will be continued by '-. .

? : White and Fancy Marsailles.Sjtins and Fancy Silk August {>, 1R51. 31 Camp, near X The Forwarding and Commissson Business desk with the cash, wilhoit delay. Coats Spool Cotton. Ihe same place.Tallahassee S

Ve (ings, which he is prepared to manufacture in 2m AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, _:July' 19, IS5U 23 S. S. KNIGHT. Marshall's fine black linen thread on spool. July 19, 1S51. 23

such a manner as to ]1leae the most fastidious. t\Vaie.Houc herelofon, > -ALSOA -
M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGI3 IN occupied by Mesr few -.
ClothiBgT7"E
cheap chair
ii ( -ALSO- RRODIE &. PETTFS, will be conducted by IheunIcrhiuncd Co-Partnership.
Alfull! a .ortnent of Shut Is, Draw ere, Kid and Thread HAVING associated Ilicnisclves for the purpo eif wlio will endeavor Io give as general sal. HE undersigned have this day formed Common rocking chairs. "\ are now receiving from New OTk>S,7
a Coparfnersliip
Law -will T -
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Gloves, Collars, lUlMiote, Col'd. Muslin and Silk business etitruslcd, their J c prompt attention to i-fjclion as did their active and ineltfelrinus piedecesso" under firm of G &, Jl Megmnniss. High post Red stead V V assortment of FALL and WETTER Ci

4 Crivat. Hdkfs Boot, ic. any to rare BEARD & DENHAM. GEO. H MEGINNISS Wash stands &.C., &c, ISO, which will be sold low.
( .April 5,1551. 13 tfv July CC, 1651, 29 tf July e, 1S31. 20 If July I JS51. JOS. R MEG1NNSS. C.. &. J. MEGINNISS. HEIR
a July 12, 1551. 27 tf September 2P, 13!. &

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