The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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1\ 1 trace of utility. Kagaid this I I Gardening for October. I The Greatest Wonder of the
t is (roman excellent -: The Governor, in taxes at viljlage Age. The Wit of Charles H. I,
11rfo I 11 11\\in" ltv l, 1. ." Me-1 1 value things according to J cot'CtL a '! Well, kind reader, we have I Under } "
t I 'uhur", delivered t.I ; : demanded of 1 poor peasant the sum of' the gone through j this head the Albany Dutchman [From tho 'Story of Nell Gwyn by Peter

Venal ate prinripal of the Presbyte- J tinsel and ornament: of I sixty r a13. The poor urged that hP ,j spring and summer gardening, and now, !''says-In our opinion, the moat extraordinary Cunningham, in the Gentlemen's
;z m:1 ho 3Iagazino
I Ktujr'r( Ala., to the I will lose their effect ; the ( possessed but a cow, which barely spring again. What! I plant in Octo wonder connected with the present century Tor May.]
that covers the back of the I nothing i her for spring t even so. We be
: '
I ( afforded Eu to himself arid are just is the success of Mormonism. Sixteen
: '
ns1iI r his charge mechanic will I tnnICo family.j -ginning to find out of the : : "The satirical epitaph written upon King ,
come secrets of
present equal Instead of : there less than
}J't{ ET.\XI\nJ). j; pursuing the usual method when a years ago, were twentyfiveMormons i Charles II at his witty
Ir.UEST mother own his
I earth by
T1IK the finest black 1 I in this request
tT that adorns the region and of the I
I !J'I ,i fellah declares himself unable to the tax I II one in the world ; at the present time, I I favorite the Earl of
pay Rochester
self im1
that is
"t ep-onlJ not< here encourage pursy: merchant, the gei.teil !j I demanded of him, which is to give him a se. !j I i great secrets of growing nature, both vegeta- j there cannot be much less than half a million. not than said to La

"tit'- woulJ prompt .tlj lUl1clltoft1'3nt'f" (; able jurist, or the distinguished I 1 jvero bastinading, the nazir (or Governor,) in I j I I We and animal, is food. Begin now in Oc- In England, they number about i0,000-; more severe just:
'tetnlttlb21 IS f'arb.vond .\ due tuber to collect and food for 'Here lies our sovereign lard, tho King,
tna regard to apply while the
MCiIlptu"I U1'. common sense this case, seut nn officer to bring the I I \ p your plant j number in Deseret is so great that AVhose word
r11, wi.uft would rcndcr I inn) t gotlf1 j to study human nature-to gII man's cow, and detired some of the falhiheen poor I i[ \e have told you before, of the great irnproptiety j in less than five years they will have a Slate Who never said no a 1 fuoL-h man! relies thing on;

1 u''aD d gM,:;,rreilous ; \,l.irhHIUJd lead and him j knowledge from every source- to buy it They saying that they had not I j i of applying animal manures in theI \ of their Olrn, with Senators and Ire Pi resentaI And never clij a wiae one.'
fl-a 'It (ill aductf of older heads I: even course through life, sufficient money, he sent for a butcher and I I sprisg to the vegetable garden. Now manure j i I lives ii Congres The Mormons have increased how witty was the reply. 'The matter.

.<1 I rule litni I'lton tIn! qui'-k-sands) prill c.'. j know "OU.I desired him to kill the cow, which was done. ,i Jour gar din :grounds, and turn it well under, more in ten years than Christianity he observed, 'was easily accounted for-hh

:1 : IdaaC' Sua! '.k g? **' must guard a- He then told him to diode it into sixty pieces. .i i and when the earl.sprng comes the crude increased in the first century. How can discourse was his own, his actions were his

1 1 I ltffrufjif.( With: a unrest appreeiaabilities I Uncle Toby Popping the i he, butcher asked for his and was mmes will ? proper food for ; these things be accounted for ?f That such aj1l1llle ministry's/
pay I
) f%,,.tour t1\\n: we would. say, i At length, however, the en the I head of the The ri\.1 II I plants-remember that plants feed upon noth of absurdities as Joe Smith t received His
I cow. owner of the politeness was remarkable and ho
;I 1 1" 'fli enter a"*n your h I 1 JorsIt,1: the 1 j J his disposition}l rose uppermost I: ing except is in solution and the rank T' from Heaven" ,
" "Oft, I ; animal went weeping: and complaining to the i un- I'I should have met with suc- could convey a rebuke in the stvleof a wit

*' 'III;.tailill: to succeed. Remember the conflicting plans, and his. course .late :Iohlu1ud Dey, Deftunlar. I rotted manures frequently applied in the .j cessfulin an age illumined ith bll*, and stocked I and a gentleman. When Penn'stood before
r *' .,. What men have done, men may uo..1 ;: At school he had once studied I 1 spring is an injury inst ad of a benefit and i'! } with I
< j, I My master, said l he, "I am oppressed ; ; clergymen and newspapers is a fact I him with }his hat on, the King put off his.I .-
i rL tulle. of the tortoise and the ; fence" to recite at an exhibition I now, if the grounds are manured and
: : and in so at variance with
: tier misery. ; I had no property but one \el i! probability, posted I I' Friend Charlessaid PennXvhy dost thou

:''"Vmniito'r; that the first in talent are great failure ; and he now ( ] cow, a milch cow, and 1 and my family lived ,; prepared, yet vill, show you what seeds! to .,I t ty will waste as much ink on discussion, as I not keep on thy hat ?r '"Pis the custom of
** in acquirement and use. i 1 i'a3 in this "t1efcl i ii r put in. The onion that has }been
dl'! t first something ( prodncl.J.frtt have devoted I '
,. t her ar.d. we to the Mormonism this
I upon mik; she ploughed for me :and+ j Apocalypse. j place, replied the monarch in his usual
', ,ld tacit ninny: who ia early life have like i what hetvantcdtosay.. He ) 't the top or bottom should now planted
,- threshed!
and was once supposed to be short strain of
I I my com ; my hole subsistence a I pleasantry,'that never above one .
.c ; ,Vilui! <'y of genius, have, !by in- I j immediately, found the passage I was derived from her; the nair has taken I also the buttons and the sets; and those who 1!, lived imposition. Its present strength, how- should be covered at a time. person

.eM'i.i. and perseverance, risen to i his hat with a determined air would fkt tlo best kind of an onion ever, shows that it I h
; :: and killed her, and cut her up into sixty may possesses the clements not lie was altogether in favor of extemporo

t' *''f-l's-t diMim-iion. Set your eyes upon I off to the widow Wadman's, and sold tl pieces to my neighbors, to pieces each I now plant the Uack seed; they. will vegetate ,;.:, only! of extension but longevity. It has become 'I prelcllingand was unwilling to listen to thedelivery
: j
"4 1 Hiim-ir1: and as you move on. I under l.is arm. ) directly and continue to grow through the i I a fixed, fact-and from the I'
a !
r' i I piece filr one ryal, so that he obtained but winter rapid man- of a written sermon. Patrick excusj .
J: iiiwnrd.lt't, S'ourglortuusntoltoev Madam," said General 1 } I whole! ; so that by the time the I' in which it
II| sixty ryals for the whole, while the value of waim ner making proselytes among j ed himself from a chaplaincy! 'finding it
" very
: opening his hook at the marked I I weather of spring comes on they in the I I
Fra'ur the cow was one hundred and ryals, wiile i sheep which belong to other folds it is i, difficult to bet sermon without book. On

., jrl ltrIOll: cniSACTCEUC ALL YOl'K the fcitlemnity of a special ?: or more. I am oppressed and in t\\'ent\misery,':td i a forward 1 In stateU1d will be fit for th! ?in ': quite probable: that the year 52000 will find 1 I! one occasion the King asked the famous Stillingfleet -
May. addition
)1:utam- in the to whatever common manures that: the followers of Joe Smith West of .Mississippi .
: stranger place, for I came from another 'How it was that he always read his
.1 I:r 1 1I. "RD ullage Lut the nazir had mlj outnumber those of Je:us. sermons before him
for each day *labor. I Have : ; no pity on. I when he was informed
:1 plan AiiJ little Lless"-with the set itl.rust j jF bed liher.il
: ,
I. Ia l a dressing of the hen housescrapings i
lid when the since thvM* of mine had me. I and my f and have Smith is the only successful impostor that that he always preached without book elsewhere .
J i t'III"' f'1 1I' i;ie'' duty, ;a. :: left. '! during the growing state of the has appeared since Mahomet. The 1! ?'
!. ,'fVf jm-ir rriis, dUbargi? your regu- I Till now nonie nine nuiuus waFted, nothing \ mercy on me, and give onions following I Stillingfieet, answered something a-
: Tli"ir ti M artiou in the tented I t top-drtss:them with: gypsum or good ,, IM of those who have the! i bout the
:. l'lrj.1I i .oed moral obliations. !ur< ; me justice ; implore it by thy hart-m. i imposed on gullahility i: awe of so noble a congregation,the

''Il'le I And lit'Unf this great \\orM can I The deflurdcrha\ingciiscd! the nazir to bo ashes.t'ce particularly commend this feth.f' !' of mankind for the last five centuries, i'j presence of so great and wise a prince, with
<('llTVm! : \ONTEXTaATIOX OK TUO f.4'lU M<'ic than JWIttinl' to feat of broil: ; od ( onions to our more Southern I !I
; ) to readers which
I brought before him, asked him: may prove interesting our : I Iht. 1 the King f.imselfw3s'cry well contented.

:"f htitit! of Hb;trat'tion. Tree the! AuJ therctore"here the General; closed the .'n.cI is the -uw of this fellah?" readers. Early cabbage may now be plan:- ;I Gonsalvo )Maitimi a Spaniard pretended 'j I But pray/ continued Stilling Ceet, 'will-
;1--n \\.ni-nnir: : thought*, and bring all t his forehead, looked at the I have sold it," said th,3 .tazir. ed. Some few may go to Feed and some fewI to be the and'Helmet ; he was burnt by your Majesty give me leave to ask you a
;-,1\\:, (' tel hear upon the study before you. i, said with a spasmodic / Tor how muchi""Forfcistvryalx"? may perchance IKJ'Winter killed, but if theare \ the Inquisition of Spain, in 13 tJ.d. j (question? Why do yon read your speeches,
g'tsp 5ovtl!
K ouH l hilt, h')'fver, insist upon t-uch |I marrifj." i lilHrnl.there will J. a ,plentiful : George David, son of a waterman at |i when you have none of the same reasons ?I' '

r >,:TI: ,,icd concentratiflu as mint prove ruin- The widowHughcd for ten I Why did you l kill and soil it 1" supply left spring: and when many are ,I Ghent, styled himself the nephew of God, !| Why, truly, doctor, replied the King, your

1 rtiMiU i con: -' ;It'IH't'8.i the bow gill | watch before she could utter a Ile owed sixty ryals for land ; so I took jut ready to transplant, you may be eating': sent into the world to adopt children worthy I j question is a very pertinent one, and so will

,H if- force and elasticity if always strung, :i hen she said, with precious t I his cow and killed it, and told it for tic a- Ilr -hc: cabbage. Now \spinach, carrots f j Heaven; he denied the resurrection, preached be my answer. I have asked the two housesso

f nncrtH i I tt! vigorous thought tvtllinjurcebothtt 'I: rolling down! r good natured ; moui.t" parsnips, celery, mustard, radishes,! lettuce against: marriage, in favor of a community! i I often, and for so much money, that I am

11hi J and |'!,iN'sitltt: system. lletnpuibcru I whoia it want to 111111'Gt> ? Where's the butcher that killed it ? I parsley. \\ {rarely ever have cold e- of women, and taught that the body only I ashamed to look them in the faceThis

. molt > M': 'r'M 'w MWO corjmre, and to I Ytu"you said Uncle Toby. "In Minoof.The ." ? hough to injure any of the'above named plants.1 j I I could be defiled by sin ; he had many: followers slothful way of preaching so the King
, ,, u.iid a to be concentrated and reused I and when: they gtt a \igorons i start in mild died at Basle! 153'j.3d. 'I
rata '" IU' : sword-arm in the air; and : butcher was sent for; die defturar? ; called it, had arisen during the civil wars ;
'i ut pl.a.ul'', I! ry attitude of defiance, as if he I j, said to him- I October, they core in. much earlier ia thesp7ng.Soil I! Sabhata Levi, a Jew of Smyrna amus I :Monmouth, when Chancellor of the Uni

'j S 4 t Rtbiun yt-Aurv RATiinET A.xufASli 1 assault from the widow I .Why did you Kill this: maxis COY" cf lre IUf. ed the Turks and Jews a long time at Constantinople J! versity of Cambridge in compliance with the

'I j'I rrt If Will'ull kill me if I marry ? : I Ii 'I'hemiazirdesired me,")he answered, "aril I [ and other places by personating order of the King, directed a I letter to the University

: I could not him. If I had! Straberrc3.. our Saviour, 1C93. I that the of
oppose practice reading sermon
I of the wi i with a t ,
.ow attcmptci
these :itt-'r days: iinproveme men merry j ji '
j 1 No nvidan!" uncle } I j jj to do so, Ke would have beaten me and dcs. We arc c:) upon Maine FarmEr! 4ih. Elizabeth Barton, styled the Holy should be wholly laid a ide."
,r. ,J I i.ir.ii; .esst a di-jwsition to coni i ; replied
:' I ,aiiii! lijjljtt-tiiug with literary ad- I most rious! and I deprecating I Iassure !I II troyed my house ; i killed it, and the nazi to vouch for :uIol'8 statement in t.ugl"tl i! Maid t of Kent, spirited up to hinder the Reformation I
i -11 t i j
'J; I.
number of the American .
rue the head reward.:' to by pretending inspiration from A Sister's Value.
idea had gave as \gri.ulurhts
lu-r that such my
urchin is
vai-ii1.!!. 'iii:in precocious few mouths the work exI :- ,I[ ed his head. an j jj Man," said tho defturdar, "do you know. ,our making Stiawberries frit MX rolth.in I Heaven, foretelling that the King would have 1 I Have you a sister i ? Then love and cherish
I I'"'-j I in mister! a 1 the who bought the meat f 'be \'er. Yes, sir, %Ir Farmer. Solon's': an early death if he divorced Catharine of her with all that and holy frendslip
mental I j Well 1 1 then I Ill persons i .
.tdctlirh1e labor and is :
j j '
; :
I i- r u 1:
(0 ;
is .
The butcher that he did. satement correct \c ha\e picked 8trwtre Spain and married Anne Boleyn. She and j which renders a brother so worthy and noble.
the widow. I
tl l eatL-r prodijry proportion to | !
f T tif! c. The for ten months in and can alwas. : her confederates were hanged at 1' bum : Learn to appreciate her sweet influence
I sent the cadi of tle"ear ) as
,It:1: uiih! he hurries the I Thank maV.m said )
;i : ;
i.f r .my I : \\ over j you Urns six.
I Minoof, and said to him, j pick \ presume colon, is I 1533 portrayed in the following words:
!I,-.h II., (:In!:> '. Those who estimate the but one thing I am bound to
Rob-son} : I
I one of the Editors of the 5th. William Hackett. fanatic lls who has
0 vadi, here is a man oppressed by theua..II : j a personated never known a sister's kind '
.. dam / !
r;; ,'" Lt tl.e yiautilv: rnUier tlrtni : ; terse a wig. S .r-a.
i i" : no..i. .J- 1- JlL:
n'cit'i'.uns 1 Tile \viJow* started, remained : < v.h.i has L.hl'U his Cl'Jll hlllCtl II i, lastcat.i. vj,jj our Saviour, and was executed fur bias(5th. I. ministration, nor felt his heart warming be-
; .t 'crli5iy
in ) Jitvwberry
,, ,
i :. i. r ed our grounds U .
< and sold : .., ...
its flesh for : suut"'a. .
n'akblt is : vyeJ" .i ln' 1-.n"
sixty James'1'avlor cnn .
thy our oa\lOur i '
ootconMituted I merit and then scent into a longer I : personated ;
is I covered with
...i tL. ;Irr-ii.in then he ground literally
: :
1 saw : : be wondered if the fountains of
f' at
judgment ( |I to pare
the wholesale.! It merrier laugh than! she had ) of he was convicted of blasphemy, scourged I
1 :... i n I ki.tttli-J: ." e }by The cadi 'd "He i is cruel fruit, wit8carcd.1! an appearance leaf-j i feeling flow in his bosom but sluggishly, or if '
< : with hot iron
a bored
: which and at the end!\"hidu.lil'drew her j I II reJl tyrant, well and his and his tongue through a
J 1. hit* thoughts I
} 1'i ; ''i.' T r i In; : stle- the his nltar'be lost ia
emotions of
order.- I' General laid her hand t tI who one under Lis authority i: Il : I on the pillory, by sentence of tIe.Ious? of gentle
tuu1.hJ'ithuut gravely
f;n+ 'ij'-> :i. ..r 1) olpres"es'tr ecut: j i-. prfectly correct. The I Farmer says,1;, !( the attributes of mankind.
Tn .,."p!!' 'i 1':11: il powers must be develt'p"J[ ;I gently )lifted his wig ofT and i ij ; Is IHt cowUth n Ilndn.d and I twenty rills 'I .thee trust be seine p peculhrity) of climateor Commons, under Comwell's administration, I That sterner has affectionate
J And !he has dx'v. man
or more sold his for .1 j I grown up among
:., i !fa'-!it nip; Jnd, and it matters little j table. : constant -
i n j l' of culure, to ensure crops. I heard of much
This i- t anntoward"; the her sisters once a lady
> ncr. Southcnte made
'i, !per (It i i or t tv v nty pages have been stud- I General; Uncle Toby had \' \ The.e is the climate is hot, and we temper! 7th. Johanna appearance -

l. [p',,i-.iiici I the! mind hUb been busily occu- j in hot battle, but he now felt a biG''I i The defturdar then said to some of the sol j I it with water.- The Iino and fruit are indi-, in the middle part of the last centurJhe :.- observation" Why do and experience think so ?"remark.said I.
.1 i, a.i-J b 1 111p:1 acquiring ttrengtli and .inclination: to run away. The \ her j and we simply follow nature. \\ e' proclaimed her conception of Messiah you
f of all
I .Tkl the nazir and him and bind ; penoiis Because of the rich development
I died ISI.LIn
I ,'! I 1:1:, t LH'+ pnct'stU tJ say again, ;I ed again, as though the never j strip have fuind no diminution in fruit, but a great Johanna
tho tender of the heart"A
him. ilutchcr dost thou fear God; 1 hou I United States' have had several feelings
the we
!1 VIh: OUMI, as \'IIU'alul. your character asrerarj and the General was about to : lot" I decrease of vines, cultivated 1 ii; this 1 manner. i siater's felt in
hast killed the influence is even manhood's -
'"'.kan.! : pnlity, rather than quantity. i 1011 his denuded) head and bolt \ ,\ulj l tlJ' \\ 1m11 rJ Northern boast offtarimg noted impostors. Among the more considerable .
t e eulimtn the heart of him who
;!f fl'< I ti!!, H v'-i-i'1 Iff this which crowds the tious lady placed her hand upon I I The butcher lgti urged that he was obliged { five \ l'ks.in sea. on.Tie may be mentioned )Mathais who took +i riper years; end
s'tn.wbenies : 1 with the
'I < has cold in
chilly cortact
to nazir. .rown
obey 1830 Mathias
fitcii,+i |"IMI-M! i i ii witti; ni'n who know Jitmale I!! ol"biul."tI'Iill1.Shc then < : indeedV'hy! with cool his rise in Albany. ga.cout world
v.-n-ks your
.Then, said the defturdar .if orderthte and such will: warm and with pure enjoy
d i I It he the Messiah, as
i that was
: !rt,-jt tlii' true principles\ of science her other hand to her own head} humid climate, just as well}have.
I Iof t I II to do thing, will thou do it(C' and yon may succeeded in himselt on some of ment, as some accident awakens within him
tr imposing
"N't I! \ kn iw' aljwt the iuVibitant, of the military precision, executed I We have experiencein i
i them month no
.I will do it said the butcher. five : York. the soft tones, the glad melodies of his sister'svoice
families" in New
rinna.'' : Ti, "i'ic' n-sl 1'ct, of tin which has8iedtleuorlJiuj.iis1lemidUlumbugs. tja-Jvre with the five fingers, (] Xu,,hem culture, and can only judge from j the best :
; "Kill the nazir! said the dfftnrdar.Immediately I "merchant of the !, ; and he will turn from purposes
'Tis whole! Bead of fine glossy hair, : j the nature oftheuneand! the climate.: Strawberries I'olger, a prince" metrop- ,: had reasoned
; and false
nejlrct oi'thi- which renders a College j upon the table by the side of I Ii several of the soldiers! present should be cultivated for their fruit, not olj i;, was so certain that )IatluaglS the son ]i warped philosophy
diploma a liu-ran farce-intrinsically as "il. !i remained. seated with a h1 : seized the n.zir, :\1 thT'lm dUI, and for mammothines.. Southern cultivators! of God. that he surrendered to his spiritual j i:! into expediency which, and even weep for the earlierdays. gen-
: tie moved hIm in his
taM l I ': the butcher cut his reirulir: orthodox I not only the whole of his property,;;
and loser
a"fI1111of i credit as the ten thon- front of her accepted ,quite i i1 transplant. \'ieswt: 11 planted this keeping} i

Qlld puO', thai till our medical almanacs: or I .\ may be expected, Uncle } ;I i: manner of hilling" aiiim..ls for 'lood. j I'' and may the now next month,, willM\ abundantly'' but his wife, family and connections. The1 1 I .

adrtil with the widow Now cut lij up, said the dcftmdar, of Mathias, for a time created an I I
? loanrls 'Tis the neglect of this |I laughed along : .into 'I' next spi in":. Should the season grope dry i success r A clergyman in Scotland desired his .
sixty pieces. the whole
*TWCJ! fo ruined brilliant mind and unless the affair immense sensation throughout
go over them
grew merry during the pll1tingh'e copious waterjings. I' i I hearers to call one another liars, but fIi
i was done, the people concerned in the besotted{ followers far i never
bt his going so as
ii Slate
peeped I
eauti-tus this servant through ,
; on point your. own !' j Strawberries, like all other good things i
I affair: and i I I when one !said a thing that was not true,
0'!gm I h.iJ p eg is scholars may: I be forever blasti I noise, anti saw the old couple j jI I many others looking on ; but none ol tth earth t can oily) be got by thy sweat of, even to quarrel 1 for the! privilege of washinghis ;:i any to whistle. One Sunday he .
The who had they ought
airi their }bald daring to speak. m sixty peasants i feet Malhias was a hou!e-carpenter by ]:
)Young? men, I let"quality rather than I bobbing pates i the brow.-. 'ol; of tie South. the parable of the
the of the then called i preached a sermon on
uinuu/'tw t engraved in lasting characters like pair Chinese mandarins. 1 1I bought meat cow were trade-of very linvted education-reulsivei{: I
on the j forward, one after another, and each was I beard and soiled manners. !I loaves and fishes; and being at a loss howto
ulilea of vase m!ld. Let not a false i very t-horlly laid their heads i iI The Two Paths. appearance-long i
made lake! of the explain it, he said the loaves were not like
to of the tiazir
unutiuu lead you to literary ruin. Quantity the pillow of matI imol1)-'ol a piece this The triumph of such a god, shows how little ,
Tliere are t two paths leading through ; I those no\\.adaJs-theJ were as bIg as the
\ to for it two that
trope ryals imposition
never hu pay so a huntll.dalt capital is required to palm off a religious -
rendered a man: t111.gre3t. I rant. .. :
__ ; the other of had ]
I 7 ryals were obtained fion world in one or ewrJ.traHli i hills in Scotland! lIe sea'-ely pronon-
---- -- twenty on the best regulated commur.aty.Mathias
if + |
I 'reanretip, you respect ray hun ,lee judg- tl'm. the ol life is found walk- when he heard loud whistle."What's .
.journey words
on ced the
I r I a
dismissed the
\ Arrnrrixi Cornr his
They since
were ,
I 1nent.\l\I rl+\\Q\\n, ; ci\r. I tla'l : j! : died some seventeen years ,
tu\b:1 truth which
? none 1 I' The 'is i the path of duty, the other'a 'I said he ,ho calls
j one I that
1'lf: ?',.doftea1( iilk.Uipnec will da.- | DAY, at Washington, for the 'remained. The cad was ashed what should I IIIr I I Iis successor being Joe Smith, whose victories' me a
} I be reward of the butcher and the WIof the transgressor. Every step : i! liar ?"
\lz-Tb\u.QfGIIrt1: of Arithmetic wife, detailing the particulars II i tlC answered over common sense are now seen in every '

liD j \le're.oil9e mastery'll.menis of l tcr's death,, the mother said: :I that should be paid as !he had been paid i in the former path elevates the character and pail of Europe and America. I' "It is I, Willy McDonald, the baker."

' .and Chemi: the t Latin (. Philosophysrttd and I Before I could get down I I Ilj"I the nazir. The deftmdar, therefore or- I f plants, the moral footsteps more firmly upon i [M-alhias died, a beggar, in Henderson Weel, Willv, what objections ha'"e. to
rlmrnnr and rectitude. "
I,,I 1l3dertogetber'l.lththe Hudiml'ntsofGn.es I Il"dl door he had run her into the .ilered that the head of the nazir should be'given : the immutable basis of truth ,., County, N. C., in the Jear. 1S40.-Ed. what I told ye?
be '' : Every step in the latter is a fearful: descent I None, master John ; only wanted to
ofk,u.fuJ l shot her once. My little him ; and the butcher went away with I Herald. _

I P'rDCltl hoU'l'dge more or adnUltag than a EU- ,I and said, 'Mother, John! has \ ;| his worse than valueless burden, thanking: in the (iiiection of the great dismal swamp"of know what sort of ovens they had to bake

' Huth rnatrrsaJl tae natural the whole sciences course and all of,I! said, Oh no ; my God, I hope ;I I God: that he/ lllt not been more unfortunate abandoned guilt. At the outset, these two I The Philosopher and the Ferryman. those loaves in ?" ,

the goes ever !,good ,, poor In an instant, I and scarcely hclieung himself} *>o easily (:: 1 paths seem to our confused perceptions, toe A Philsopher} stepped on a ferry boat to I
P by (;reek or Ko.nan.. my cltlJ. Queries.
that to Mrs.
D&t'd1! could 1 heard the Ii :I have {escaped he had arrived at his vil :: run so nearly J parallel attempt I step I : cross a strtam. On the passage, he inquired Partington's
ererrpaadpie 1 1 presented 1 to your unti t.'the other as best suits incli-j: Mason te Dixon's line line
our Whether
was a
tnltlh from one .
: Tho for the flesh of the if he understood arithmetic.The
: colder! is gain. 1 found my daughter : lage. paid i of the ferryman
conn tion with ideas I. money : '':
"{ nations. I Hut this is a fearful experiment, for' of coaches or steam packets I
1retiuc1yaqyiresl j ju dour ; i flm looked me in the face : na/ir, was given n to the o\nt'r of cow. man l looked astonished. stage
; actical upfiiB6elllad'wi.dderation tl I as one road i is ascending, they very soon sep What sort of curiosities does President
%i tier'! John has given mo my : I Arithmetic ? No sir.
and the POJ't"L\R- is Fashion that those in the downward Fillrnore's Cabinet contain I
ni'-V exert i looked! her in the face and Iid, I II .: i I arate so widely "I am very sorry, for one quarter of your
PIC on subwqaPilt Studies. i unable to climb, again Whether the l'owdl'r'Iagazine containsany
th1totlgbi I'thick! he has from I I course are utterly upon life is gone."
the ; *urlDUnt'er\ d'lH uUv" at : jour I Dinners at midnight, and headaches in the the high road to rectitude, and unless the arm he asked good reading on the subject of ladies'
O after
Nan, ori "' : aiise ,: cd her against my) breast ; she A few minutes -
\ljl8 ahoy! a Alps I : I the of God is reached down for their dresses tWheth(1r
: morning. of son understand mathematics?
\\IUnttntailis self to raise her head to IJrc Do you
: obaruct? your palLway.a I i pie gentlemen and Mrs.my What is Wit ?r. :'I rescue, they must continue in the way of the The boatman smiled and replied- the Pope is going to roam all over

Ctl.Tc\'Uf.IXDIrc\1JIXcJOJ'TJOrCJlT. ,'1 and we four took her into the luu That peculiar kind of talk that leads to' transgressor, which is hard in this life, and the world befo-e he dies I

Thi:1k pulh.tlllos's and broken heads. : endless perdition. It becomes us NnVell Whether his bulls are as ferocious as ev
for leads to tho "
I said
yourselves Examine J consult laid her on the (.fa. [ then, pli'uoplier, another
be ; ; What i is Idleness ?tI well and
tare 'I then to look to our footsteps, ascer- ed?
arc '!
you oftheU'btimony of Mis. F. of life is
'i"ht. quarter your gone.
and when have the {
rants you Working yaller mountains an a pink (subsoil in which of these two Were the winch
i tail without delay paths liberty poles were recently
: limat nut Wit! 1 I of killing, and the .'* : j Just then the boat ran on a snag and wa
nt:11 decision '
>ItttPrilrf+ t. ?f m* I -or a blue-tailed dog in sky-colon. con.'lhiof we are walking. Every act of our lives, every I I and cut to pieces in Paris, the last of that no.
the the ,
/ tillitimut toward daughter, prisoner was : sinking, when ferryman jumped trp
tuprcjujired j : other5'anl1 a" :I int \ I' word of our mouths, and every thought of LIe race ?fIs
and his he and asked the philosopherwith
mind, ever conviction was in hung pulled off his coat,
to 'nrl ? I 1
open What is
y e1 piII i Joy our hearts has a moral character-it is eitherin of the United States Mint any better for
ac yjre that railing of the box.] My earnestness manner .
ahi independence of thought To count and find overruna tho will of God in great I .
rig "iU; 1 your money i accordance with or opposition I"'I ? juleps than the common mint
fceiJfible but said swim
gin for the of all. to be no more "Sir, can you
you resr-ect dollars. will and ) must Has of
hnndr.d to that consequently the Double Eagle"two pair wings
C. En'L\ tor came; he came in four, or No,
Cott 3,01 Mxn What i is Conscience ? destiny heie and hereafter. not! ,
Dr. was the one. Ur. I affect our "Well, then," said the ferryman, "your or

6c You In,3 have travelled over the whole) ., lie on But the tide bho was shot in ; I Something that guilty men feel every time Header, in which of these roads art thou whole life i is gone, for the boat's going to the Do dead letters ever revive after reaching i

of it thunders. now walking ? Assuredly-for the lips of1 I I the General Post Office I
.ril'nce-Jollr n.ind be crannied in a faint voice'I cannot lie on bottom.
i1h.11 t the lL l1nlinfY may ;, I I What i is Knowledge ?rI eternal truth have declared it-the broad road I 1 Do navigators have to double their capes in ,
of ancient Dud tnodern in half an hour after. went
fiu;sfl!; -f tollmon sense" !he lacking, you are before the died, and asked her I To be away from home when people come of sin leadeth to destruction. Thou canst not How TO PBEVBST A .\ .-A man who all latitude-or is it only in cold regions I IA t I

\ dt'f I to borrow books or umbrellas. reach heaven, unless thou walkcst in the narrow accidently missed his
Ccil'nt tree
!* iu the fundamental element f he looked at me as had climbed up a
; > up
of li'terms' preatnt'fesYur very learning i i to L.t"r ltiss Inc ; I kissed her, and What is Justice ? way. If thou art in the way, pursue it. hold of one of the branches, and fell to the Goad Jake.--The Adrian Expositor i3 t'I
'j but i The opinion of twelve jurymen. end. If thou art not in ) for the following: !
reader the distinguished 1 I'll be Mrs. F. Glorious will be the ground with such uolence as to break one of responsible
wan more no, soon [
L lltlL(ad-tbe more PS1"1110 fool. 1J j I ly.moved by the gone. of What is Ambition ?fA the way, enter, enter now, in at the strait I his ribs. A neighbor coming to his assistance A taU keen-eyed countryman stepped into t
I r. Pa-v- desire to become possessed of a yellow God Detroit the other dur. ,
a due re2ard to common sense, will deuce, as to be frequently ;::1te. Kefiounce thy sins. Return to ,I remarked to him rather drily had he the courtroom at day
avoid you pine leg, and a half-soled eyebrow. the Saviour. Classic I Iha'e the of the railroad tri ,il. :
that ridieuioul"anit.! which would lead j for minutes; at such times the through Jesus Christ followed his rule in such cases, bo would ing progress < Stepping
Jon t o What is Contentment? I to he requested that the f
Union. accident. a spectator
asc"'JC' avoided this up
tbatI811tractive i' to in person your own,great important in intellect self and all t cuse,me, gentlemen daughter,!my hear 1 is ; To tit i in the house and gee other people "What rule do you mean I" asked the. prisoners might be pointed oat to him. Tho
poor poor '
txten .I*'"acquirement lleganl this-and am uot myself," etc. stuck in tl mud. Contentment.-How little repining, FJYS' wounded man. man he accosted being somewhat of a wag

Boo will escape the lidicule of those who, ( Some men look speeches. Lyman De Foe, there would be among mankind at It is this," replied the philosopher: Never pointed towards the jury. The fellow scanned

i though perhaps I inft-tior in 1 point of learning, ITIlr Ten.-Peter put up Trumbull, of Alton isone of these. Said the any condition of life, if people would rather to go down a place faster than you go tip." the twelve with an interesting, when,

patio erase enough to lrcdvc your deficien-! night which they tol him was Old I Ranger"after replying to jury speechof compare their condition with those that are satisfied with the scrutiny,}lie turned to his informer

tr, and
SUtned Regard this, and ynuuill next morning Eloped, and jury, I have demolished his position, refuted comparing it with those which are heaven, says : "It's a world of bliss, fenced hard-looking set,aint they! 1 know by their

l river, OUt oC those glaring meteor Intelwliith l. he said he piefened to his arguments and answered every thing but I better, to assist their uiarmuii.ngs aud coin- I in with git A." : lt! r ere's the man who. won't. looks they ought to go to State Prison, every I

** attonifch the world for a moment,1 I where the bugs arc not guile so his look, and I defy the de'l(to do that. I (rljining!. I re-pent'now!r. one of them :" ?v J I t,



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._ _ -.-- --. -A .LfIJr.ilori -=: -- I 1- -
---- '
c'c'H'; Can't let of the secession contemplates the use I Botts i Rchond. Arrat r "* **
'i him
: /Vom tAi lra iA;\;?oii futon, 7/A I i The Sentinel copies Richmond The nv steamer
J. 1ian & Journal. Ii Ash
t' AbolitioTiist Rescue almost despair of being able to rescue offorce on the part of the General Government
The and at made by John New York
Negro of a speech : on the 10th

i ;: ,: \ :-J Ji Ji Syracuse. --, -- -- -- -- -- --- .. .- .- the doctrine,of secession from misrepresenta,I| and iso, vrhctker it would justify andarorjsuch t. Minor Whig a Botts portion in a discussion with John S. days later than those inst wih daet

II The administration organ at Albany: -the TALLAHASSEE : tion. Scarcely is one error in reference to it force ?r' It is'no answer to say that "the by the preTiol1
i ._. Caikie at the African Church on the eveningof : The cotton market
-v. had
condenses ol > N another General and I ,
Plate 1tegiter-thus thehistoiy corrected, ere appears. For inst'mct Government is a 'government, as I
I! .1 the late on'lthrowftla" whig State government SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1851. it was intimated by the Sentinel> a week or such is possessed of ample constitutional pow. the" 29th September, in which Ir. 'I, change. Stock on hand at LwcrZr? *

0.. New York:1t Svricuee l hr confederacy !I order the usual objections :, bales against:
of a =-- --- -- -- ----- ---- brings up in a regular ; GOCCO last
\ so that the I secessions to derive er to enforce its lawful authority" proposition jcar.
j to *' .' of1iItt, and LI:IC k abolitionists.t ( The.Register Temperance Lecture. ago rlnlOs I against the right of Secession. '[bat I: Ko suth had arrived
"' the right of withdrawal from the Constitutionor [ to which we beg leave to sulJs riLe.II .- I I at SmTraaft
notes aho (the fact that\\li\gfcd-\ The Rev. Mr. ROE, formerly of Tennessee, :01
4 I this right is no mat the U. S.
Mr. Holts should Ship '
such Neither is the Gen.; Jackson.a oppose
It. it obscurely hinted were from
.' tral authorities were on the scene at the same Lecture in the as was II quotation
will deliver on I
: : j a when it is remembered Lord
and fehared in the defeat of the this it would be Government, ter of astonishment had deliver
.- time same : the: terms compact !1" But :11J.1 & cease to *!
Methodist Church in this city on Frid.ayevening I rer1) : hat the and 1! speech at a public a. t
i : A in the hands of the deputy that he believes Congress potter daner. .
prisoner and that of the if it had! not
44 P ,""I surdity was so palpable nnl tin worthy name, : upn 'tet
of the United States rescued next, at : o'clock.Ir.. R's reputation glarng. theVilmot\ Proviso. inected with fortign ( J
I marshal Ira the right to llo\\i ,
I jvm dor
the of its
., author has prudently or inadvertently" the power to enforce execution own Igress i religions stie
: from his custody in the presence of a Untied as a temperance Lecturer is such that } unconstitulionalily to.lerai.ol: ,
: in his latest ( its has declared that he can s(( no -, dom C( rlrt
omitted to repeat it of cru laws, tcithin own splicrc of action. To and the extinction ort the
whom b\tcl
4:: Mates' judicia11iit.cr,. an examination we fitl warranted in holding out to the citizens and :I laTe
a + was I'rl1gfl'o Hl lie was, I however, dities. Then again it was insisted that the I!I this we also subcribe-but it is no answer or injustice in such measuro I;i, The Government, he said, felt it .

,' ., recaptured ami taken before the Fame officer, of Tallahassee the highest expectationsfrom secession party claims to go out of the Union to the question, for it was never intended by if he were a Northern man he would re- promote pace and progress :mOT'thei.Da':::,<
nnd there the farther heating of the matter i interrupted : his speech. nOle/l volens, just whenever the idea strikes it its distinguished author to apply to the case sit the extension Slavery in this Union"we :'and were if SUpported /the o..

.I .'> by an invasion of the police oilice., Niw: YORK, Oct. KJ.-The sales of Cotton -" with or without cause." To this it was of a State seceding from the Union, which,I ( quote from Judge Caskie.) It seems to .j jments i i body of, as nation far propriety, to persuade othrt G
broken into thr the would "
which was officers nf gorcrnment
: -100 bales at decline. that the secession knows its that act itself the us that Mr. B's. opposition to the right of Se- 'tend their amit t'
.v.'o/irJ, s-hot at, injured! and their prisoner to-day amounted to a slight replied party" i I by very places beyond I to se\crt countries tlu

(, forcibly wrested from fHf.fo.7j/ and carried Rice, 3 a 3 5 10. Turpentine, 37.- OWI opinions best-that it had never contended -i|I I" sphere action" of the Go'ermtnt.I ."- cesion necessarily results from his theory of' and political blessing enjoYld in @az :

.., nj" This was undoubtedly tho work of Late adiices from Rio represent Coffee as for secession without cause," and But no matter whether the case supposed be I the Go\'erment He regards it as a Consolidation : SL'AIN.-l'he greatest rtjvieng Ez
I both negroes and alxiUtitHiisls.! scarce. There arc no tidings of the Allan- never would-and proof was demanded to the lone of nullification or secession, the authority whose. action is only to bft controlled I castoned from at Cubri Madrid by receptOQ a t
"'!'hIu conceited and armed resistance to news of theca":
,. : 4 the constitution% and laws, under which this ti C. contrary. The response is the reiterated assertion I quoted by the Sentinel admits the impossibility -, by the will of the mjnrity-nntl ; it was stl resolved to strm V the LP; 3

d. The cse- tint: the Southern Rights CluLs of I. of preserving the U lion "by the mere hence if the majority determine to exclude I ments .! nl for the i lamj. i
triIJllll' lt Tine
republic} it organised, ::w YORK, Oct. 11.-Cotton mal kct heavy I I '
rr/'tre arm of the government teas slriclcn Charleston hnt 1 rl'5olHd that "a State had !I exertion of the coercive powers confided toj Slavery from the Territories it can be constitutionally lent in relating to Cuban aflairs"'ing j .
bales sold. I lour I I
and drooping, GOO were i
acts violence, and render' done without to the interests even yet, and warlike! thrUti
of regard
J doicn flagrant the right to secede at pleasure, by which the General Government, in opposition to I
and Grain depressed. Rice unchanged. J the Uniteil States rife. -
cd ptitrcrlcss. I ScntincFto or rights of the: minority ; and could we Despa .
we understand the mean without i; public feeling. The loundations must bej ;
'I These thing arc the natural remit of the telling 10Ione) easier. been trmri'ttd to Washingtonin ( lb
It i : principles! and doctrines$ which have been for cause." But the resolution means to such j laid in tho affections of the people ; in the security -! entertain such opinions we should very probably (: the strongest terms ngalaet the PI

( .i;j borne time past proclaimed by a portion of the HAI.TIMOKI:, OcL 13.-The funeral of Corn. thing. I means' simply tLis-that a t.:1tt, it gives to life, liberty, character and j I[., stand by his, side and! deny any. such I of the United 1 States Government; ,IUf J
: press, preached from the pulpit, and sanctioned I modoro Warrington will lake place to-mor has the uncontrolled right to ju.lge for herself I properly in every quarter of.the country. I j:i I remedy as the right of Secession. Certainit manding sah3f'tttn.the oute oa *4u

by public asssemblies in Syracuse and its i row. The accustomed orders for testimonials intll'plndt'nt.of any other sovereignty, the Sentne agrees to this, it must abandon j is that the leading Frec-Soilcrs hold to the 'Spanish at :lW () ( ?. 0t

,'Iciiiit. They are the higher law" reduced of have been issued the Secretary notions in to the Proviso antk-ou-I TrI Marquis of < a J Sp
respect by lS well of infractions" of the Constitution, its force notions, or qualify them by sayingthat same regard '1.afuCI5 o .
lo practice, in the form of treason against the :I !, has addres.-e! l a note to the i
government." of the Navy. :1S of the mode and measure of red ress.-" the coercive powers confided to the elude with Mr. Botts against Secession-and I cal:: at the! friendly courts, SFa t

So much for the organ of the whig govern President Fillmore has issued orders to If she elects secession, she las the right to do I General Government" may be exercised provided we venture to SL)that a Free-Soilcr cannot j that. although Spain does: \hth: !

I ment. Here are the comments: upon the occasion prosecute the negro rioters at Syracuse in so at pleasure"-she is net bound by any : it be not in opposition to public feeling I be found, North or South, who stands on any j! tw! United(States, she wi nut hesiUt"a

of the most popular: and powei ful organ the the rioters at Chritiana. held other} ground.But war if to so.
same manner as decision to the contrary thrt may be madeby i A union together by force is no I I care flrclt ,
in the .
f of whig principles antihig -- -- ----
Federal fiovernmeit other is military despotism.I :Mr. Botts asks, by way of showing ;; -
h the or any j uli'-i : The Nes-York1Ierad!
Lame StateYnd in the adjoining. States-the South Carolina Election.An I ; professes
New York T.ihul1l'-whoie editor was recently electi-jii took place in South Carolina power, and this right she derives from her ) Again do we call the attention of our neighbor the difficulties in ttea) of tuccesfully. car as to whom :Messrs. Greer and io ,

welcomed within the bar of the New on the 13th and 1-lth insL for members to a reserved soveieignly." And the same ': to the enquir. and that there may be 10'' rying out the doctrine of Secession, as well'':. may I be. We quote from that paper Dna ol '
York"whig legislature, while in session, by a Southern Congress. The result of this election meaning is conveyed in the! resolutions of the obscurity application, he is at liberty as the injustice of it to the other States I j i JSth! September}Ho'r the follow\\n !
complimentary address I from its presiding officer Committe. Relations which the : to take as his favorite text the Secession .Suppose we admit that : State has aright know of OWe
is to be regarded as a test as to the wishes 0: Federal ( !i nothing Mr. Donaldson orft
: and dissolve it
Prom the ynr York Tribune. of the people in the matter of withdrawing Sentile endeavors, in the same unfair way, I Ito of South Carolina." at its to pleasure go out, I of want the to Union know what becomes: :: Greer ; hit we do know tbth letters tiu

Tin: SvnAcr: \xroH.n."-There I has horn the Union. In Charleston, the vole was : toiture into( sustaining its own I.nomisl.-I j But the Slnc calls to its aid, and imI of all the public property belonging to theUnited :|I! were 1 writlcn to them, copies of whicitj

IK<(II a good deal of talk pro and con, in thet :3107 J -the largest ever polled. "The result Hut how well it upholds its position will a-1 I I presses into its sen-ice, one of our most distinguished States in that State? Suppose for example ': mali published, in the, were genuine. of We \the or"
writing the
t )papers both l'rti'saLout the bearing of the ," says the Mercury, although not officially gain appear from the following of those! rc. ; Florida] Democrats," who is reported : that South Carolina goes out of the :0 parties: and with the ou r Jhcnxl.cr!
resolves the two State conventions recent- Union who does fort Moultiie J to- : pot-mark
j: to have said ridiculous belong In relation to the
known, is sufficiently well ascertained.The lutions- someery let James
S lv held at on fugitive slatcf" '
Syracuse Who built fort Moultrie ? Who fur it' &
We refer all anxiousinpii.crs to Co-opcrationists have given to their ticket .3..V* ,V/vf. That each StA/I Las a rL-Lt to 'withdraw -., things, to which our neighbor has taken, as'i' pit i born, which we afterwards puhlish< j jnection !
: respectfully Carolii.a the Unittd, States
Not South paid :
t.e: 'wtirn nl llieitnlu : ; i with a call! for th
the of the people) of Sy and it will be diminished I frr.r C/i"n tt biql"ifIJ he had a perfect right to do, a natural :< meetinofthe\ }
practical commentary [ a large majority), though
: racuse. They seem to have a very clear notion by the Parishes, it cannot be over I ffth .'*ate miif d"1',lel ,rt"lr/r"llf'CIII.1 fancv. The aforesaid distinguished Flol'hl! States have to surrender it to South Carolina i 1 to say is, that they came al tie we b I
on the subject. to liT liottvr or itwnt'ml (ij /1"&: ", ( democrat" is retire from ssource :
v.II. chooses
reported" to have remarked' Suppose Virginia to ,
1 with the com This result 1 causes us no surprise, and I fi,re, that auattempt on the part General (;Sovenmient tit that the prct ions Ittter camefrcs,
All this perfectly positiontaken 1 I
squares: i 1 that lie looked ; Union, do ( Navy Yard and (
eaceful t-ee-i.n from the! all these assertions of \11 port hut said the
will in the State at The to rii i-t the j> upon ; co :1 we never sinatures to tie
the cause none large. td
the whig State gnvonncnl a; to !! i .
by fIr anv State, would be a gro<< u atiou cf Point Comfort to ? Virginia has not i We know
urj of
the Leong 1
: secession in were genuine.
right the of
(ugitil'C.llll'. Gov. Hunt did 1 nut say in terms j inJieltionsIC too distinct, that the oiling } tnill event intoler.\\ no mOreof3 3t(
) su'iver-ive. 'in{ his that the law was thus to be i )1\\1. of the rincipks f '." i nile oppression upon the} part of the ; and '& '
message interests of trade had thrown their decisive i ( liL'rt) I It been spent by the United States, for the general -II else!
we or one knows of the latter
{put down But he did siy:" that the law robbed : power against the separate action of the Now, io it not the very folly of absurdity Government, as much like! the conduct of a j I I protection of the! United States. Suppose : think is any not much. Hut the letters tLat,u ',

the fu-itive slave of the customary" and i. State, to allow politician to insist from this resolution that it means : man who should go about the streets threat-1|: little Rhode Island should choose to g, 1 written in reply to bothGreersndDoDaltlsrj 1
(if his freedom, and, further, any experi'lccC
this Union who would Fort Adams t
out of ,
State secede at pll'aure-that i as the cuing in advance I some measure ; were genuine ; we knew they t
that it must be essentially inoJific / as the} !I much room to hope that for the present may snmmnrJ ofjrengeance i iI | the most expensive and extensive fort in: the wire cenoBt

condition: of its continuance on the statute I Charleston could be brought to sustain that Scntiiul understands the phrase, "without I again his. or children, incase j;i United States, belong to ? It was built by i i land We stated their genuineness at the time was never giitnjaTtii !

book. And in pursuance of tins opinion: the measure." cause i" To so construe it would bo to they should take in into their heads to'disregard ':': the General Government. The moneyvas | We certainly so said we of fILihl thea

late whig; State convention of New York has make it contradictory and nonsensie.il, mil his marital; rights or paternal anthoritv. ]] taken out of the common treasury, not for I nection with the call nothing fur a National tbt i tot

resolved that agitation that "for the repeal or Revolution in Sierra Madre. give it a meaning foreign to the views and ." Well, we take it for granted thai :', the protection of Rhoile'lsland, nut for the : cratie Convention ; and if the peopleatii Den, :
of law" is the and duty -
modification light
Late arrivals at New Orleans from: the Rio I this i protection of Newport and Providence, but distance i iI
of cannot hehnOt'at
And in substance intentions of its author, as is apparent from one our most lfstilgu.heI Florida j: i distinguish It
of whig voter. so, : '
pays the every whole whig party: in the northern Grande represent the r(\'oltiol in the} SierraMadrc the whole} tt nor of the report and resolutions .t Democrats" never read that one, at l least, of the';!' Fort whole. of New to England I Does; it who would to I S1.i i is,genuine, ant what we io nut !3,s ;
: Adams belong belong I .the fault is lhemand!
States. See in our New York} correspondence : country completely successful. His such shifts the. resolutions the j so, \ not wit U- ,
now, Rather than resort to picnic t I adopted by Georgia Convention ; Rhode Island or the General (;o\erment-! t I i is their misfortune not '
of to-day, how (;0\0. Hunt is emulating reported that President Arista's entire Cabinet false it be >re which declares that the State of I Well all these ditfi- I otr01
sustain: a position, \"uh m I :j now, ar questions very .\ now, in conclusion, L-t. us saj tLat it
(0Jo11l1on in the
the i/i6cr//iCM
: has resigned, and a Convention of Governors manly and praiseworthy to :icknowledge a !> Georgia, in the judgment of this Conn'ntiol, ;, cult to be solved.! is the business of the Democratic National j ji .
; uch
or In striking case.and most significant! connection from the different departments! has weakness, and quit the Held ofdiscus.4w., I j I'ri and ought to resist even (a; a last resort) j I I Now, wouU it not have been wiser in the i j I Convention to find out wLoHs the rDLI '

been called to consider of the difficulties uu- make distinguished speaker to have asked shetherYlrgunlL ;! sent us all these letters. We eonsitkred
with all this comes up the well-known factK.rvxi Rut our opponent, hard passed to to :disruption of every tie which binds her ;.i I I
".., uttit .i/ju/Utia j,\: t.aI\t:1J l't"Cl'UI J__ ..I.* t **_--.-_If------,1 1__1 __ v..* ''t.Ise from Ins own C\h\\l1t still more 1 to the Union action of Congress : 'I ana tne oilier states would consent rut to puJ>!iJ; > them, and we stL! think so.
j defiance of whig State authorities, as at Buf. Election in California. absurdly insists the :1 to receive Navy Yard Fort Moal-: f V'o: did not Iltltt that eitlier \ctI3
thl among caisea alleged the subject of! slavery in the District of Co- Gosport
i of Maine, ) tf
falo and and The I t RitchiE Virginia, or r.
whig, t-tron Syracuse hold:, as, at Bo Lancaster tol. We, or else in Penniylranian. publishes letters from for secession is a denial of theright-and i i Itimbia," !'iC.,and enumerating other" intoler .1 tile, 'C., U exchange I f for their} interest in the! Croswell, of New York, had anvtiling i to do
II no case of similar atrocity occuri'' under -. announcing: intelligence of a glorious we are asked whether! among ou causes" I'' ably" acts of "oppression" of which the Federal -!' public lands, public buildings,public treasure, I \ith the call ; and. we Ll'll\e- rigLtlallj- ;

awdemocratic State authority and in a I trlnIJloftlJ} Democratic parly. Col.John we include this one of denial {" Ihd the SV/i. Government might become guiltv. Rut j I ships of war, and the other Forts and Navy others may, and prohaLIy w i do the sane.

democratic precinct. The great excitement' Bigler, brother of the present democratic hurl furnished us with its own construction I: in the eye of the Sentinel the serious contemplation I Yards, now the property of the States of the j We never said! the signatures to that doa

on the subject of slavery-which, as Mr. I candidate in Pennsylvania for the same office, of the term, we might answer the query understandingly of iut'lerableo1pressiouz on the Union I Would Fort Moultrie compensate I merit. were genuine. On the contrarywj ,
We osed th
I part j thought they were not. ?
Wcb-lcr told us at .\IJ:1 t"I the is elected Governor I scpf
ty alone created" and kej.tU1) for whig before par I -democratic Congress. -but as it has not, w can onh'gucss of the Federal (o\'enllIt" by that never- South Carolina for her share in the public !I, was a scheme on foot to injure the pntJ: ,'

the passage of the Compromise,yeats" while as men dt'ctell-nl the State officers, and a majority at hat is meant. Well, then, f h de to-be-forgotten Convention, and their declaration -j: property I Would the Goport Navy Yard i we published the callwith the Mew o'*

yet no democrat stirred a finger in that ex in both branches of the Li-gMature, nial" is only intended to be conveved )a simple I that the State of Georgia 'would and ; aud old Point Comfort satisfy Virginia I-or ,I posing it, and patting the paity right sri :
citement"-furnishes a clear] explanation of !\ thus securing a U. S. Senator in thc place of diw-nl, we say at once it funishes no ought resist even to disruption of Fort Adams little Rhode Island I" Itttrikes !I preinijes be-fore the public. The great Deai
t i : every I i ocratie will thank us for what 'a
i party yet
the reason why the whig party i is utteily I cau. =.e." The "higher 1 law gentry may, utter ', tie that binds her to the Union," are of apiece ," us that Mr. Butts woul have asked "qles1 -j have done in this matter.In .
powerless so to administer the law and I "
government as to put down :boliiionism.They .- Georgia Election. as many denial or dissents as' they I with the insanity; of a man who goes| tons very difficult to 0 solved" had the ma t- I I connection \.iLh this matter, the Ferrt-

have played, with it, pampered it, and Cobb has made a clean sweep in Georgia J please-the :1ntibr. States may' en misst II about the street threatening vengeance in ad ter been presented in this light, for it looks to !! syh-anian says that tl.e Democratic National

"excited" it too Ijngand even now, while -his majority reaching the neighborhood of encumber their statute Lok with resolves \'nICl against his unoffending wife and inoffensive -!: us, regarding tho subject, as Mr. Dots has, i iI ;1: Executive Committee w ill soon be called together -

they feebly! endeavored< to execute the law against OOOO The Legislature i H overwhelmingly and lairs too i they see f*-oper-vtt for :111 children. Very good-we will leaveto I! merely in the light of dollars anti cents, as j:\I, to consider this outrage upon the National .

A it, they avow the duty (agitation to I the same w.tJ-prIJ:1J1.) 113 majority on that, such evidences of a foregone determination the Sentinel! to ponder upon the ridicule to though a State makes a poor exchange in ':|. organization of the Democratic put
I change the law. So abolition! and riot i.
f *, and rebels, and murders before laugh thtir! ejcsvhile joint bahlt.'hue wrest from the South, by paper enactments I which such a conclusion exposes it, with the :fielding her interest in the vast amount of i:! When Ifiis Committee meets, it will doubtless!

\ Wade anathematizes the fugitive law, Congressional t lgtol stands two and verbal opinion-, the only Lope of I siiuf.lt* reminder that those \ho throw stones.! property* controlled by the Government for ; be nscert:1ineclfho Messrs. Don:dso and

; and Seward stops preaching higher laic for SoutHf Rights to fix U Ilionist.*." Jackson's successful remedy in the last resort, would should not live_in. glass houses." j the comparatively sm.11 item of a Fort or a j: GrL'er.are. and upon \\liat authoritythey iava

i A moment, to say in Lis letter that the fugitive majority in the first district Is about 300. furnish. no cause" for seeesion-auid we Improvements- --in--Jacksonville.- Navy Yard. acted in their assumed capacity.

t law is the unconstitutional: transfer ,the social '1'he1aeoui cannot be made to believe that the Charleston
Messenger condenses the vote A late number of the Nicies says of the im- Webster as a Prophet. l
ofthe South into the free States llississippLIt
economy ,
and Johnson stands with folded :lrIn over the by Districts as follows : Culs" intend any thing to the contrary. i. provements in and near Jacksonville In the course of the last summer Daniel l i I is said that Col. Jefferson Daris Ian-

It dead body of the murdered Gorsueb, and r.ovr.HXoit. rn\: (;nis: *. But if by denial" is meant more than a sim- The machinery, for three new mills:, recently -.!I Webster made a speech at Spracuse, .New ,.\; signed his seat in the U. S.Se-nill': TOW of
Hunt( is paralized at Syracuse and Uuflalo, and IJrridl.r Cf b. McJl'iimld.' S' .\ pie dissent-if the term itr-plics the use nf erected in our town, has arrived from : York, in which lie prophccietl! in reference to his being a candidate for Governor toot, .

Williams, in Vermont, openly nullifies the fugitive M. .. 4,208 S/JS5 lrn 4mi} ,'4.197(II/" force on the !part of the drnitrf, then w e number New York within the last few days. There ;: the fugitive slave law as follows : I, the other candidate still holds on tolUseat

0) law, a-jd! is forthwith re-dcctcd by the 2..I!,. .. 8,213 6O: ',?'33 6.705 it causes.S'heti the i is now in actual operation on this river, and I Ii I ,
. among our FeI'1 i Depend upon it, the IAW M ill be executed -: inilu nced doubtless the truth of the U j
whig party for his pains! 3.1 i. 6,111 fi.123 65-2 jut t readfor operation, trlcl large steam .| : ,by
6OJ eral in its and to to the letter. It will ,
It is plain, in this state: of facts, that the 4ti! .. .. 7,568; 5HI 6,721 4,523 Government undertakes to coerce a ]I saw milN, and several others in contempla spirit saving that a bird in the hand is worth two
5th . 12,779 '; niB 12:33:: '6.S18 State J bi-canse } I | be executed in all the great cities-here in !
j whig party, with the federal and Stale; author. Sovereign she exercises a right tion. Within a short period Jacksonville "
Ctli. .. very I in thc bush.
6IF6 2,502 6,HO 2.7597th j |i Syracuse, in the midst 01 the next Antislavery -
hies in their hands, are not competent to the .. 2.722.7;; 4,73- 1,957 with which she has never parted, namely : the "-i1 1 be, by far, the largest lumber market if the occasion shall arise." .!

execution of the fugitive law while it stands, feth .. 4,730 ,cGt 4,739 2,5:5 right judging of infractions of the compact, I in the South, where vessels may at all CUI'fiol. I. fJr: 'I1le Savannah Morning StltS or t
and arc not trilling it should/ longer stand asa times be certain: to obtain cargoes. Our Florida Alas for the great New Englmt Prophetthe 15th -The dismissal 1 of Consul 0i
and the of says
plrt ()f the final! adjustment of the slaveryagitation. L.,R'O 36bO' ( C323:; 3;,::: right determining the uvy and I! lumber, too, i is,acquiring a character in j,. recent rescue of the "fugitive Jerry in''i is formally announced. 'Hie President adJ

This 1\1 Mr. d\Ai\ n majority t.o 18J, 0, nnd l two Mn.vsuKK of redress," we think it will be high I the Northern markets a little ahead of any Syracuse falsifies in particular his :I .tIt-
Ctfl1tIe' Jmin ami I Union : | every prc- I that hisleuice'
Lear his
to recall I letter
from to
How will southern : which "i time for Southern Stile in the confederacy other and wi-ll assured the a stating
long whigs co-operate icrcae it every we are dictions. In .
to .i ,
w>mc wx ( ; Iiiitnlrccl "( He suppl. no city says a cotemporary, America
vitli this I.art to keep them in ? The Mniml: .t,1 to } is not likely to be exhausted. The I of his conduct towards the
power t-vt-ry 00.jjr 't i h except the Third, interpose peaceably by remonstrance, progress has resistance to th execution of that law
recent official republication of the President's and 1"1 that by only uinc votc.s. and when this fails, by armed assistance of of our town, in view of this immense business I: prisoners at Havana, was wholly unsatisfac

Abolitionist letter to the abolitionists tc-lls the The Fcdt'rl Union thus humorously acknowledges the oppressed State. .Is this treason ?-if it -its rapid advance in population and wl'alh" been so general, violent, obstinate and M'Clorious. tory."

southern whigs what they are to expect so is( defeat : is no matter of mere conjecture is as ctr- j #
long as the3do so. We i-Jbisl! that the facts THE is make the most of it.Vo have the consolation tain as the relation of cause and effect." As CCT; : The Boston Atlas saysthat a pzt
battle Lns vre Expected.
abovo stated arc the practical on cleai ocl lw1 fought; the of Knowing that tho political -----------, -- of Canadians met at the Revere House w |
( commentary from the among
fr.k.II" away aii'lve I A gentleman high in the confidence of
I..t. fl.1 J):x>v LIM>. In contradiction of I I the ciI J!
1 that letter. There is a remedy-and just one (.ur"h'ct in tin ntuntion (.f 1'al's (0' ,if w/ friends of the Sentinel there are some high in a report ( Saturday last, j just before haucg >

T'rncdJ-in the case. It is, to put the whig tniit; ',' We have knowl In-fore what it va-(. to IHJ office, who will be found with us thut Jenny Lind contemplated returning I Gen. Houston, residing at huntsville, Texas, ,! and passed the following spicy and expresf1

party out of power. It is a pily, and a peril -hip1e&1| l, hut until 'have never realized the 'ti. swinging to the stage in Opera, the New York Post I writes to the Washington Union, denouncing i resolutions :

I to the country, that, so far as the federal! exccutive nut Futi(11 W attcnduLitujioii c have lived through a regular the lai terrible lk-'n IHWSvlrn ul.I drug h ful from the same "grape \ine," should this fear. publishes the following extract from a letter i!'the Donaldson and Greer correspondence, '| lle'solred, That there is one pfcice* in t

t government is concerned, this cannot 1m': IM'U'ct in! ulm us through railroad ami tde- question of coercion ever come to an Unfortunate from Miss Lind herself, dated at I and'declaring that there i ii no such person in I I United States besides New York.
be done before 185 graphic the three four :Niagara I 1 Kcxoh-ed Tliat that place is Boston.
- When it shall then 4lltdJ JIlt or days and issue, or prove false to every principle ,
Texas C. H.
there U wani' )prospect now entire Falls, on the 3d lust.U I: as Donsldson. ,0 think the don't! know tj t t-!
have done of our
the those Raws{
constitutional rights of all sections recovery of the past and for the future. Let I Perhaps JoLny
of die land will be safe under the Adjuetment .' .jlroin afi'W UK mifurtlnc.r] the day, with the exceptionof hop I have not the most remote idea of! thing is pretty well settled now that both Savannah is in the United t.1tes.-SaraRJIiJ.i
internal hrtiiMJ j .
an. our
opponent not himself this matter
which private > consequent tp.nthe ever again to the and although Greer and Donaldson fictitious i
will then be faithfully uxocu- ( jK-culiar J nature of our affliction. 11m ( of returning stage; I are names, I
ted, and maintained in all its features, \' the that patient <>1J patriarch who Loreith! the example\"eret :-the Southern States w ill not and cannotsee : I usually treat with perfect iuJitf..r.lce -. assumed by some !person for some unworthypurpose. .t'll's.ntllton't our friend of the News bJf

only partYILla sc to execute and maintain it, tortures of Jc'n\I. rcnmimenJ itaehf to our ntton- a sister State ridden over by the hirelings ( the reports and sayings of writers in I.. that T Tallahassee is also in the United States!!

i aa an application of the democratic policy of tion, jmJ i we rlt practice upon it,'twill not Lo for of the Federal Government, and added newspapers or otherwise,yet 1 should really be ""-
'. Jefferson and Jackson. the rlu that we Lave any Letter comforters tluuLe thankful to to state that no inducement I : Tho Ohio State Journal 1\\.0 can pardon the i ignorance of
you gives an account .
Lad, for we Lave n.t The wipe man, says tl,cre i is as a conquered province' to the overgrown I C Jones" to bI
j a time f->r thing mil there' nl'al. whatever can tend to make me change my of of I t Johny Raws, but for Major
1 every ; perhaps a pood dimensions a huge specimen humanity, a giant
: of
An Attorney in-Dublin having died exceedingly time: coining fur.:, Lut it i i.s t. oL-4'ureil by d.ud"! a power \ ltle sympathy -I mid in reference to the resolution I have a- I I which it is and of thegreatest ''so, oblhious is inexcusable.3I1ST1ESS .
giant, one
poor, a shilling subscription was set on ju.t now \\'e can make no oh&ervnthuu of its whenaUnits. for t o!> rights or regard for their interests i Jopted to quit the elage." avers : .I 011I
) \\'v have concluded to Lear our dt'Ctt.llt a I living curiosities extent. He stands OF TUB SEAS.-Th* Lon
foot to the of his funeral. Most Even the favorite Mr
pay expense the big ) ov .li,1' WhO' stumped Lin toe, and wa< too Lij; Senfine's I The official returns of the Alabama i I I Gazette has this paragraph, in WI
1 of the and barristers having subscribed Cobb C about eight feet high, weighing over four hundred Shipping
attorneys to cry. awl it hurt w> Lad lie t,1I't it; hut weititeii.ito Union-loving as he i is, an unusual I of \met
help fees show total the future
one of them applied to Toler, afterward Nvlvc our wounds !nic!, taud tote glow of love for his home at the prospect of I! census a white population of 120-, pounds, with good proportions, and yet I, .course of an article upon
,, Lord Chief Justice Norbury, expressing rack,fudder or no fodder." 507; free colored, 2,272; slaves, ; ica :
342,892 he is beardless is still enter
such an ciusado and a boy, lUl growing.He to
unholy declares that he
; We have desire at present
Ilis hope that he would subscribe his shilling. :
; aggregate population 77,671 federal bvt
., Onl VJ. shilling," said Toler, "only a shilling Duties i New York. would not obey call for soldiers but would sentativo ; repre.. is a sight worth seeing, as it is only once upon any question of disputed i policy;
population 031,514 ; dwelling houses that the
- to bury an attorney Here is a guinea ; The Journal of Commerce : The to. convene tho people of G'orgi in solemn in an age that such a person is permitted to we wish to record our opinion be c..
!f' says in the State, 13,090 ; families, 7:1,7b6-; of the seas must, before long,
I 4'., go and bury one-and-twenly of them"A tal receipts forduties for the nine months just council in such an unntur:1 emergency.That .-deaths during !the year, ; manufacturing grow. to America; its persevering eBtcrpnav, I jg I

i Xew Hampshire farmer, going ton parish) expired are E6O I,720,5,1 against 'S23, :.W,- the people of Georgia would decde as establishment, 1,022.In ,08t 03" A correspondent of the N. Y. Tribune great commerce, and its accruing wetlW[ Eng tj I II

.: meeting met his minister, and told him that 31.12 for the same period of 1850, showing becomes them under such circumstances, we Connecticut the official returns shows commends the climate of East Florida to all I! certain to secure this prize; nor it will with w--

II his society thought of increasing his salary. an increase of $2,7 2tSG,12., The goods have no fears. the population to be suffering from pulmonary complaints. He t be Without in a situation this to dispute capital to it* po\\'e>

p I I "I ht'gof you not to think of any such thing," entered for warehousing for the month just Tho Sentinel still touches this question of 370,791 says it completely restored him, although he I the onward march crowning of the United pw" t
- I aid the minister, for it is about as much.. closed, amount to 6SGI,71 against 8G27,. force very discreetly. I shelters itself behind 0- The editor of the Jacksonville News, was supposed to be in a dying way when he what we believe will be overwhelming fO't'l'I-eJ t
1 business to collect Iwish
( my present salary as )1'2 j: since 1st, 18.11; 811,709,917 Gen. Jackson and the Union Felix Livingston be speedily J accolDph!
F to attend to; if it should bo increased, I : January Washington Esq., has been re-elected went there. St. Augustine i is described by ness, might not so JJ1 t
have been warehoused ngainst 812rj87,7G9 but gives no answer to the address- Judge of Probate for Duval him and but America, as mistress of tho 0Ce3"
:1, should be obliged to devoteniy whole time to : inquiry we County, by a as unsurpassed in all health restoring world4 "

- f J,." collect it." I' for the first mue mouths of last year. : tU to lit ''einquired whether Ju its denial majority of 40 votes over R. Doriuan.: 1 preserving 'lualtics. overstride the civilized

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tit, f'H'I,,, rrftf- Mr Cobb on the Doctrine of Secession. -------s- : -.-- 0 -,-- --- -,-- -- -. -- -- --- __ .d ___ .

," OBITUARY wNASH& ___ vSlIITH. -, __ _
) 'deration Southern Plantets. We see that the Democratic and the Whig Died, in the Sth Just Received : -- .:__ =L
) the CSl" for the i1ati- of a neighboring State, year of her age, at Vaverly,nenr for ale & O'BRIEN,
uuinft'rl'l-ting papers are
t: t It engaged Talkliaswc florida AND tt WIITTAKER a L Dealers in Drugs Medicines
the &
II pI!., there Of f cedtig; iii in i a discussion in reference to Mr. Cobb's on nigltuf the 16th October ': F.nAL ASSORTMENT OF FANCY and c.t Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, .
.h" t po. 1851, Mrs. MARY TVJTOULD inform their friends and
tin iltt': t r.bti n to KngUnd: and the foilioll : the former contending that he admits ANN, oomort of Gen. George \\'. STAPLE DRY GOODS) and Clotluiur. Hat.4 and t' they have on hand a good the public; that ALLIGATOR E. FLA.3L .
Whitfield aii'l Boot asw-rtment of suth ,
ita) ; ji: and the other that he denies the daughter of the late Jeremiah P.m-vra Caps. an.1 l Sliow, Bridle and Saddle Hardware article ,.
rOpt'( a< are in their
f. right of generally kept line of businey TVHT
to',00o": ien iIe-COlttfl. luis for cossion. Each hns succeeded see Esq of NcwlK-m,N. C. She\vas a lady of excellent Queen"war 1 5 IU utlnt'lJt of Iape[ many fully in estab ininJ and following articles: eupplies. Thtir Office at Alligator. j Office at Se'rumsTi1ie.
at the terms
: The \In advancing "> tile manu- l lishing its proposition"; as it wdl might ; since same time puR.1el'l'cd"in a high de- tluill be rerwonable Refor to c.1. S. S. taiBLCTSavannali ; Judge TUOMA ,
.I\ I <. 115. bt'rf r ottOIl rJ'illl.r iTood' This growing 111. Ir. Cobb himself has taken both sides of the bt'ce (character'C those grace and virtues \rhieh ndorn the female Georgia White Dry Kerseys Goods. Tallahassee-, October 11-, S1. 40 Octobcr-t,18i.DOCOLAS Jacksonville; Cut J. Inc, :

) rdjeon. fClu-,' .uakt-ned a filing of jealoasjnol I f', question ; having unequivocally denied, and As -amiable. wdablc, and friendly] to all. Kentucky do. do. Drugs, Chemicals, &c. 39

'11fi'i I bas .r. '1'Iie. conineiit of Europe i ivr > explicitly admiitrd; the right, in one and the a Cliri-tjan, her sincerity has never been doubt Black.; Mixed. Grey, and Striped do. SULPHATE QUININE warranted pcre and full FORWARD & TOWLE,

r.rJlflO\H I with Kngli: *" agents' for cot- s: tno document. This is shown by the fol by any who knew her; her general deportment haying Georgia naburga, Attorneys at law & Solicitors
I ,II\ rrun been marked N<.. 1 and 2 do. Oil Blavk! in Chancery,
lio !bln tIle l privilege of ray tug l lowing extracts from his letter, which for the by that consistencywhjch J is a.true Saddle pepper.
: J eliararteri 'oo illl.I of She has li-ft U-hiiid
4 "turtJ from the cotton directly purpose' contract f, we place in parallel columns Superior 10 and 11 do. Peruvian Bark
10.tn.. I "DIII1U!: her a kind and affectionate } Blue qr. con-i.lored nearly jual to Quinine, at A. FonwAam I SIMOS TO"LL
I .\I1I'IC.1.f"'Il1 : hu.-bujd a mother, and Mackinaw do. about one third the ,'rice. Ltile St. I
in'lIl of Airjuttinc. J
rt'f.l' 1 t'd incrfhant. ?, manufacturersconttnenu ( Coil's denial of lJie'C' bb's admission insny: other relations and friends to mourn her loss. Whitney Crib do. ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the best October 4, 1851. 39 :
The oj Ha Brown and Bleached nnd .
tired of this f.t.'ltl' ; liank Cod they mourn not in ibosecho] have Sheetings Shirtings quality.
art' gt1tfl JUght. tllC
Ri ht. -t
.tI1JI'n |
on Fancy Enrk-li French and Oil I'rint-t
and: t. ud Jool.iu' at the map, they cantt While 1 DENY the On the other hand: no jiope. "Blessed are the dead vluc-h die in the Ix.rd Fancy Plaid and Black and White Gingham Fine Cologne, Lubin's Extracts and an assortment Groceries.JUST .

noce iiy for first tending coUon right of a Stale to St. ADMIT tiic right of frohi henceforth: yea sahli the sjiirit, that they may Kentucky Jeans of Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low prices. received, per Pocahontas and John Stnrad

1101 unJl'r8taud why I re-t from their labors and I White, Red) and Yellow Flannels Davis Pain New York
{,1 i tlil'!{ V cannot %7v cede and thus dissolve a Slate to secede for ; their works do follow Killer Radways Ready P.eliefoigo.itrt
CSd to'Liverpool to buy their cotA the Union: I thjn." Plaid and Wool Shawls assorted, India Cliolagogue.Rose's 20 Boxed Tobacco,
*o would just causes to be de- 25 No.
fx.CJsJ Twu 1
and Three
1'ly Carpeting. celebrated Plasters and other
;}, % In fact, t there is a univerwilu' I not attempt) by the) termined by herself. Died' : at his, residence in Jeffbr on County, Florida, Silk ami Ire Goods. icines.Javne's. Family Med I, a Bbl y. E. Rum, f I

,!1m:: Cn'till' continent from the Gallic to stronge arm of inilita-, The, right of ary on the 3d October after a rfmrt illnes WILLIAM l I'laid Glace Silk, 3Iedicines, ic, &.just received by I :ti.t a Jlononjjuhfla "vThlsker- ,
I f'direct American -
I.oc.. Mediterranean' on the I subject 0 power to bring her'Stale to secede in case RICHARD TAYLOR, F",ut the ae of 48. I'laid FotiLird! do. LEWIS AMES. I 4 M. Prolmlad Brandy,

t* ; nf the cotton of America. Thl'J[ citizens back to their of Mr. Chine do. do. October 11, 18:1. 40 tf Cigars
tile, '1':11.0'1, oppression, or a Tailor emigrated from }(Prthl Caruliia, ,aiJ was 4 N ilanoleta N

but *1o t ibi1 increased demand: for their 1.'t iner- allegiance: unless com. gross and palpable] i among the first settlers of Mid.'Je Flori,Li, where he Corded 1 Vinted Caml'a do. do.do. JUST received JT Tallahassee, from New Orleans, 10 Sacks Rio Coffee,

ct, 4 I ia such a commercial alliance.hs"1'1" .- I polled[ to do RO in: de-Violation"' of her con- has since resiiled. He 1m beet a valuable citizen, Black Gro de Rhine, 15,000 Ibs. Bacon 10 P. IL d. .
r; amouint f cniItI'* 1, ever3" fL- fence of the and I ,OOI'' u Hams | Pipe French Brandy,
rights stittitional and in all thc
Blue .
ite.at 1\" lights, as of life a brie, worthy and estimable and Figured Ca'-hmeref Mustard, PowJt-r Shot
for the' irndv nnd 20 bbls. Mess Pork, Nutmegs Raleratrw.. TInesr'.1r.
d"1"1'011 i it interests
.ve" of the J\ll'rtoIIUl,1 Watered
and < remain-d/rived Do Laines .
from the rring man. During his re-ideire in Loaf and Granulated
: Florida, Mr. 20 Iri A Potatoes Sugar Pickled Salmon
t},: nlt it'I tlilw t1OC of those! fceliugs! of i .States of the U-iwrmi smvrcignly ofnion. j Taylor was often appointed l to important truts bvhis French De Tji.ine Rolic. 20 Apple] *, )Mackerel Table Salt, Lead, :. For sale bv
instituEnda Blue and 1'ink Fn'nch Merino
15.stl ;J1I.it\ wliicb, prevails against our Uhe: States, I am fellow citizens in the Mil 10. Syrup, GEO. IL BEST WICK.
prepared Territory State, in all of Printed Siik" and Tis
have October -I
snj 18:
stl : "..III to 1JECOGXIZE wLi..tl11 himself Printed and Esnbroidered
acquitted !
,' .,- their Thompsons to inilatne : honurablj. He lejives a Bareges 4 bbls Leaf Lard,
nd "\ J Satin 1'luid and Black
do. Bagging and
, and attack family of four;' interestinw children to inurn his loio, 3 Lard Oil Rope, Twine.

It\ \' r.:, '.flonirynttfa against u us at With such assertion's of this before us, it and battle with the ills of life without the benign in- I'l-w-k awl Fancy Silk Fringe, c'5iJca"erythiu in the Grocerv lin'. PER IVnu R. Pette-s

he < lrt':J.s. would not be dill cnlt to establish! the fact fiuonce fIr a kind pan-lit to direct! tIlt m. J. K. DreHtl 1Uttfl.4 sfirted, BERRY ROWLES. 50 I'lece1 Kentucky Rigging;

; flit a 1I\t.:\ view of this subject, a very .l.n".I'- I I North) Carolina' paj>er*|>le:*e (1J1' '. Neck Tie*. Silk and Velvet, Octobor 11, 1851. 40 tf '\J Coits -Rotw.. '
inn< 'Wit -UIII Black! .
is umu an autocall aim! an ) IUK Pearl Silk Ho-e.Si'.k 100 Lin. ;
ami *in 1ar picture or : opponent -- --- Bjcinf! Twine. For pale by
.I 3J ? panorama, of the 1 tight of Secession : an-1 KII I (illtH's.S&.r ).,
: no more Notice. BERRY & IO\rLE
'j .
WOdJ. I Am. Auctioneers t&
IsfHt-d the SilkMitt...
1 10 ( Clwu\i7'Uot.
than it would La to that Octolier 4, 18:1.
. ': X'on one$ bide, behold allied Knglish prove, his present ]FAILING to purchase, certain property on thvcea- Iji"(' and Swiis CUJH-S Collars and Cuffs Q IX months froni dite, the undersigned], administrator .-----.-- 89

, .r..Yaia.1! Southern lights, .Southern in- supporters were not far wrong, when they Inn hff, to attend to the want of the IA Jieit :uid Gents L. C. Handkerchiffs. Ac.AH J t a the estate of Louisa: B. Newton, decea-ed, Salt.

uit ; charged him with being "political tricks Citizen of TalUuii efi and the balance >>f (tr worl.L <>f wliich they offer uu the ino-.t reasonableterms. will pre-out hU final accounts and vouchers to the,
l : :mi tn! S<.utiern institutions. On ter.i Alllnt iutnvl, purcIuiNin p
I ,. \1.r, ( 'oo ul<' l ehold the South btnipglingLliii.i The Democratic and Southern I intercut to call before they let th a inonev slip from BUTTON & WIIITAKER. charged. .LLy

L-liii.i- : : their encroachments. Rights party their fin-err. S. S.; KNIGHT.. October 1851. 41 4t PATRICK SMITH, Adra'r. A. H. FELKELL.

A e : ,1'11'iI.:- !' Kising gl'oul1d-Ilccom; by :ltHmJiug the right of Secession in tluir October 1 A, 1 s:1. 41 tf --- -.- October 11, 1851.; 40 6m October 1851. S9 tf
determined to make it the issue -- Furniture.
----- --- -
' : ,, :,|:( w.'jiker. *>he is justly aroused in i it the election. ]But Barrels. Notice. Saddlery, &c.
8Ie ." ,. her 2:,'at: fnoiuies, the Noith and opponents could note Syrup IT/'E have received by the Brig ".T G. -\n.t'r- ." JUST received a tine Jot of mt\n". boys arid ladies
b brought to face the mu-ic. l re-t they 50 SYRUl' lUUKELS sale I by and will oj.cn in a few dave a spltinliJ .-t n-k J Keeper If tIle Spmib ArchiveM ", Bridles. Martiiirtles .
i" ,,, il. leaving: tier fur a moment, t turn : Offite (.f PeflitaCfla! (1Iv) Htiru ;. Spurs. CalC
<: : If New York and
tnxdi* a show of fighting ; IIIIKKY: & ROWLES. ( City luado FURNITURE:, con.-L.lLig q\L'lldl'd Skins Skino
against: our position Lining Kip Sliill' Patent Leather
eff 'Jliero et lmi"sillnct, in anti) for f tIle State of fit rila Pa.
:Li&' foniiiii'iit, Europe you see but October 18, SiI. 41 in part of l-cum. tent Ftihtian, with
panic: stiic.ken at the excitement a good assortment of
growing bi.i his Whiptl ctc.
County by the
Excellency Governor
r.h ..lll' hiato of liiinjrs. Hnglish inanufac,1tf Mali".iny W'ar.rt.IIC] of the Fur sale low by
;, : cmomprcial against them, they beat a precipitate) ntrc.it.So NEW GOODS. Maible: top Hureau, State and County aforesaid :
mid: power oppressing that do Tliis i is to certify to all whom it HEIR RUST.
; now"e not believe that there i is a Do. Wah Stands, may or concern October 4,1S51.
e4H r,1r! l"IIt"i'rhe\!! pame feeling exists single "leading press) among) them that dt'nit'sII.is JAKES VlILLIAMS JTIII,1"., that the Mortjr.ige Deed, tearing date the ninth S9 tf

IJ as j ill,, tho South. They wish to throw't Centre and Side Tables! daj of in the year(If our Lord one thous-
e' 111.1' t right. .N ot but that many of them in IS now receivits'! IIi. Fail andVni, r s ipply of and eight"r.ftmt.er.. and from Caps.
i fur direct Octavius 3Iitrht11
,,', f !hl' ydkt' ; tll'r! sigh truft\ ; their love of Federalism woulJ XCVV GOOU', io wl.ich I- t-lls thealtention : Spring Seat Ottomans, twenty tt RUST, have received
have John! just
- to good
gladly Forbes undivided; a
upon an half! of the HEIR aswrt-
i1\i" tin- Southern planter ) in of his iii). Divans) ,
.1 ; they K-C i it ctii "'irx-rs and th> l public! p-iii rally. His of mens, boys and
f lands .Cloth
a repudiated. Hut they (ircd not meet the n" &.fa belonging to the Aj :.Lichiroa Land Company youth* ,Pltr-h arnl
stock ) *
jVdjre", iinpoiialion of American Cotton i is well f-eleclcd and adjotcd to the season Glazed Cap, which! they offer-l.w.
in the Call
- I : i ipHiCt 5ut-tllt..r, nor their leaders, except )by taking tiubrjtia i rKetilneky .' D.. Tcte a Tetea.lo. Comities Franklin, (Gad-d.n Leon. ami Wa- October and see them.
I3. i rxjiftiatittn:\ of their goods, a cure l both Aides of the question. The most' (;III1I' flizing. Rocking (I.airurk.tta.1.h has been this ,div cancelled: according to the :29 tf
:1.'e thd'd1y blow at their rival and very "- established firms of the Spattbh laws, by John Inner-
1Dn1 then that the I cderalitts doDo Quartencs, I;KktanJFreiidi -', Boots
claim and Shoes.
ee .1, (r.,;,"*,,("!. I::/ituii4.; Ytt tlje novel] 9H.ctab can : as havingecti : F h if fit |pe and Twine, Ik'dste.ids' Common do.Bureaus. arity, n.lmini-tratllr of the paid John Fr rbcs, r n the

j im--"ii'i'il' of two powerful cninmuni- decided in their bi'hulf in case Cobb Pall, Nails, Iron, Steel, -' : Arn -. third judiciiil, protocol, now on file in my office, at the 1"INE Dress Boots and Shoci Jut received by
, jj' I\ i. should! be successful is i that the State both : Iu"el D"'jan", Which will be sold I..w.llEHUY. margin of .said: mortgage and I in my juserife ; I he I .L TV. T. MITCHELL,

Uil-j \ u'' |il\\ interet-ted in mutual commercial fiijx and has not the right: } to secede A glorious Kip do ; A ROWLES. hi ving acknowledged to have! received full satisfactionof I I OcoT r 4. Hn.: 39 tf

psjHMKl'-iiro' ', \idi the wide ocean open to I October the same, and that the effect of said cancellation i is
i O"lahllrq. 1851. 41
r. j ttiuniph truly.-Harannah acorgiall.I (Georgia ,) release Groceries &c.JUST .
to nnd
(J Je c.m-with i every facility, cveiy inducement -- Kersej I.insl'001 .Hat!, relinquish from this date the aid' lands ,
k.r"direct l.rldrJl Cotton, Yarn Chamber Furniture. from the lien of the sail mortgage; all of which was received per Poc.honta. from New York-
1 ,',jr hli\; -::1 is i The prompt and and effectual' measures (best 1 Southern' wills,
duly signed. waled and ackriowleped in the said a ] Indigo. Nctme,
,. Vh'v must be some cn.e And which have )been tak'-n the Crocker*' ware, Hardware, TT7E hive received by the] J. Anderson, and I Qiort- pure Ginger, Cassia,
: by IVmisjlvaniaauthorities Wood wart, Groceri--, \ \ gages margin, befre me and Walker: Anderson, witnt Imperi.iI: Tea, Black Tea Celestial Tea Mace,Citron .
: j \i.j-:: j.i iin- iea-uI The evil is in corres- and I by the U. S. authorities for A 1.lri( s-orirnent Whirlings and SlecUn 'I will open in a ft-w d-iys, I -"es present at the execution of the same, by the { Currant, Alm nd.. Cayenne Pepper Black Pepper,

" I I 'ii, ;: ,; tuui-U! ; j 1K'l'SOllallJ! interested, bribed the punishment of the outrage at Christian, Cnlicocs, Clu-ckss, Stripe, A few, fitch wts set of coni ChamU-r:*: ,fin or of French Cottage Bttl-tead Enamelled Washbtand. Furniture -. said John Itinerant; as the administrator of John Onions Smoking Tobacco Rice, Syrup Sweet Oil,

,,: lu.-riijrt.'d): eliannds.' Let the planters) will no doubt prevent the of Drillings) Ca-.jmer(", &c. .Forbtt't't'a..c.l Table Salt, Shot bar Lead Salt etre. Powder CHPC-!
) occurrence Table Bureau: with CJlj-.s and Chains.!
any In I Boloima
totimony where-: hare dried
A choice hereunto set !.ltc Sausages, Pearliesdrieil
1.I. j,"f.' u ill' ssid act as their own agents, or similar atrocity for a long time to come.- -tirltini.t 01 l fancv jood", (late stile( ) TIe above .-t! are 1 benutitul! and will give a room hand and affixed the lfOalof mv Vineear, Maccaroni, Matches Apples
{;": "'ullprict.. :aivi n for llidVs, Tallow my office, at Rice Flour Fi-L,
I.I' i i i-yl.ril; : :an-1 firm iuMrocUons to these in The law will be executed in its itemed rig. All of, which ale offlred at lowe-t mJrhINicf'( a uniform and liands
I. IL' eIII.v.:' Lot tbe planters meet, consult, o r.*'-Lou,riltc Journal. by J. M. WILLIAMS. BERRY A ROWLES.October D. 1851. BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneer, :'.

& jifM-uu'' ruiai.K: : iiifunuatiun; cstMUi person- Almost: at the very time this paragraphwas October I", I,',. 41 1 SSL 41 JOSE E. CARO Octolot'r 4,1851. S9

II i si.! Ji!i <--j 1 corresji(udeneo with the conti- penned, the: outiage occurred at SyraCUK -- '-- Chairs, &c. Keeper Spanish Archives Office, Pen.
a's t.I:' ,.:' Etir& find not leave their interest ?. And thus eventare continually crushing LLOYD'SDAGUERREANROOMS.SKYLIGhT "TTT'E have received by the J. G. Anderson and -' is to certify that the decree rendered againstthe received per brig "Pocahontss" from X'ew

!I -L:; M.I: !tihd; of En r">!i f'h and New York a- i the policy and promUus of euIJIIlh iou.If .- GALLERY.: \ \ will tipen in a few day.s at our Furniture WareRoom Trujiees1 of the Apalachicola land Company. in : J York

:,;, ; aI'lIt oWU1-d brtdy and soul by Nottan. I attempts were now made to recover one some of the mo-t splendid CHAIRS ever offered favor of John lunerarity, administrator of John S5 bags Rio and Java Coffee,
fur sale in: Tallahassee. V'e nameMahogany Forbes d. mid : TlirnardV
Let the out of hundred Drug Store.
,1 capital. J planters a of tl.(' fugitive daves in the OVER Oitai dai'v from .
the from Tobacco
.. M. to 4. P. M. Hair-Mjat Chairs, mortjrase Ootavius Mitchell to Jthn Forbes 20 assorted, -
/tiif Stmlli the .
1 assume dignified position of North we should have civil war. October IS, lf-51. 41 D.C&UIC tat do. on hinds lit-lotiguu; to the said Company, has been 5 IxxifSujjar, '

3 I ft- idIf, tiic soil," an.i not remain lon As for the pUtli>hlIl.nt: of those who rc5t -- -- ---- - Ruh,eat da fully lati"fit..tll.y the payment to me, as attorney for 10 Soda and Wine Cractere

t p r, :,> lii.'i" 11.\\' UI', mere overseers to Wall that J li\v, cither for tr*".*<>:i or murder, it cannot NEW GOODS. J"nuLilJ'l Chair.new, stjle, sail Innerarity, of the amount of said decree and 10 Sperm{ Candies, ,*

. t.1.: .:, :and 'llireadiiecdle fct London. bj done and Ai-tor do.lu that satisfaction was entered by me upon, the txecutiori :0 Clieee, ,
' "illlloL If it > itwoulJ T UST rncivod fine .
wen I a n.'IAArtnwnt r.f Ladie; DRESS ) | , AL.VIUM.V.AI I.fC" give the Abol.tionirt* t'te 'o.npIl.ft'l! (;tjrs.) ) uclJ i" Cu..11011'1'l'tl, M. 1ELIld.P.r.4' Oak do. that, uj"'n the tran-fer: by me to the said John lanerarity :- :1 i 0 PiK-t Bread,

.. --- control of the :01"tIJ. I If it is not, there will !L Bt-.rut., l'lwus, Haired IIn.1 Cliaiurmlh: Silk- in Walnut Cottage Chairs administrator of the amount co received by me, 10 u Water cal Butter Crackers

) ( :< l i (0\\ I"X I > ins f.hnxcJ-The only t tafterctpying :) have to be another wholef-ale} ofword ;.1 I pat.Tii.. I'Liin anti Wnt-ryd Jllack SilLs, PLiia u.:1.1 I R.ickiug Chairof nil kinds.Children ] cancelled in due form of law nn'] in my presence, 10 Nu. 1 and 2 Macfcarel, (
\:!..:,\ hu-. md ca..e Watered ELk Silk VIMIAA1 the 5 Fulton Market
omnwntil1g : -. IIih aid I>jw Chairs original mortgage, as stated in the foregoing ctrtificute beet .
tI .111 iJ J"f 1 I. I iicr uf tie! 1 Havana (Consul, closes eating, windii-g up with praises of this .J, variety of :ooj f.-r childrcnV Tear.Vhirh Orlioe anJ Dining) Arm do.4MId of Joe E. Caro. F:sq. 20 XortLeru Family Flour I

gloiious Union.-Sntithcrn J'nss. \ } he ,es to sell low.CMoUr Whiles hand this oth ] 2Hiram i Smiths "
I projxj of
14:1o!: UpI- pal. Jlb : '\ i-eat and Cant- M-at (It). inv' day Auiust 1851. -,
.' grj ----- IN I"%l. 41 C. C. HYRR }'totstoiLand Readinir Cl.airs AVALKERVNDERSON.. a T f\ l *.Tf Tto vpj.l. Xu. 1 and *> \hckcret
\:UI: ,' lu\e not the to dwell] r
patience Deception of Kossuth in New York. -- D:iJes other vancUc. October 11. IS1. 40' bt 10 Fulton Market Beef,

<" 11.1- ('\IItIl.ti"n: : o to csll it. It fIfkl'u Extensive jireparatlans are making/ in New Boots and Sh H 3. BERRY A ROWLES. t Advertiser, Apalacliicola. copy. 20 Family Hour,

( : ;:. hJr iu'! uijfitiiess of the \\iiter UST 'iv fine 10 t Kitts Salmon
utter Vo rk to give.the Hungarian: Hero a J r' <* a ortrwnt! lif October 18. 1s51. 41

f III tiiv, ji'.acf' he boldfe under die Ciovcrnnieut, \, I v of his fame and character. The receptiontvortli Mix- Ladies Black nnj Col'in-d Latin; Gai!,T3, Notice. 10 Mackerel,

to-'l j -':: .t to It-ad to his i1)gantdmisaL"I'ix il'jd will! ba Do. do. Ki'l and Jl"nxco do. Hats, Caps, Bonnets, &c. ALL persons creditors, legatees, entitled to distri 10 keg Gos-hen Butter
$ dtt-iined
tt the quarantine! Do. Liuim-lli l Ru.l Liiis 10 basket lleidsic Wine. For sale bv-
Tin : (.r otherwise interested in the estate of
,* mabe': liken, in ikct, as the tone and ;;rouud to give (time to complete the arrangeiienls Jh KM Walking Sb .cs, SIiI'j"M'r; and Duikint, FASHIONABLE! Heater! do. Paul Ulmer, late of Ji-tfer-on County, Florida de- BERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneer. Ac, ; .

(j lli'l/l; tt| Oi/? newspaper |>ress of the coun. II for his reception in ihc'city. Da Calf Ba-jdn run I Bl1o l.' Pi-sirl da dltIo. cea.sed. are hereby notified t ) exhibit their claims anti Oct 4, 1 S:1. S3 -

tI.; with but frw exceptions. /* it just ? A proposition has been made l 11r Mr. JOHNS' -ALSOMitiicit California Hat.of all colors. demandwithin two years from this date, to the un- List of -

. I 1 lmtin, K gind frosn lie adiuimstruiiound ( IMV (the hat nnn believe C..l.rl'll 1ntiit; (i4ittrit, Iliac L and Wlute Negro Hats, di-r-igned. or theam'e will be barred ; and ill!! person P: EilAINING In die Post Letters Office
Wf raise
to at Tallahassee
Da Kid
it Wulkirtj Shoe, : II,\ Ku>kiii- indebted 1 to the Haul deceased on1t
I oaiif: I'arh'1'' :]It.c.. Fur and California: do.is are n.-qcc-ttel to the L-t
F.olnarIlrl' fund of October 1851.
i I $100,000( to be n") ,
Kos.riii da
f'dj "* ** presented to aid: Morocp i 15 K.*- ". ;. Cloth and. Glazed nuke innaedute putment.
'w Cap Adams
. cMuienination against: him, and imJiitiaiw ,. on his arrival in New York. Mr. (ixi And a fimas<:>rtiiuiit of Childrcas' Leather, Morocco Il'IIi'tIll.. (ii,. do. da JOHN"ULMER.. Qualified Executor. Aikirid,,V Rev,' J W Lloyd JMLancaster

tht* fcrorn and cu'-sce upon Liai. .Shouldx iroposes that the sum shall be raked by oneiiindred and Patent Leather Sh K 0> "(n it thai he -ALSO- -- - -- -
turns out ) 1 do. ---
prumpth lh iVnrl da
gentlemen each I Atkinson
contiibuting 1,OGO. LeTU.11" R
and to Irtteriibryfid instructions Grnt fiC.IIf D.M.t.5, !). China da Jt.I Horse Mill, Gin Gear, and Cotton
-positive, I In his letter to the Mayor, he heads the subscription Da Iinitatifjn StitdicTVxjts, Arnii-tein iliss L Jvy P.
. illlj"ru.til'- ) Albion do. Presses.
, U'Uctions 1 SveejiiujilLev o. Alston, J II 1 Lastiu Miss ii E
were with that er,
I sum. Mayor KIMSLAM i. l'.gt-tl and!
: > Watt"r.pr.f Btlllt J I
sale 1 low C. C. BYRD.
'I by I'JanI Adams
I -- oaiug every avenue againfct the fcuplica4)0116 i* I to receive the! money, which ito be invest.for I Do.tlf Shuc and Ii ) f Iw for Du.h p (If Jjeon County to build any thiii? in the Bryant,James Iill'r, J A
mercy, or oven time to "make ed Kiii liropan-i and HUMCtll1. --
)) tll;|itl(srl .ticc ounl the the benefit of Kos'rxi and his family. -ALSO- Middle Circuit of Florida.IN abovn Hut lie promises; t, do Job work with neatness Braddy J 31&shbiu7i. Wm 2
; yet consul could This is a handsome act the and Beak, W A S WJltotenger.
('IlT% iave on part of Mr.I Youths fine 1'eeil F.oti despatch. Mays, .
asserted oifices
< the of humanity: by r.NI x, and will do him infinitely more cred- J Jl nil"" ]half writ da tlc,. LEON CIRCUIT COUIIT.JohnG. T. SLADE. Brad*til, W K L E
diGIfy| '/ the orders tf those Gunn : Bezean, Mrs 31 A B
< at Wathiigttm i than did H ) r.mticrs.: Manning,
it l the payment of some 8700 for the o. Shoes of xlmo-t en'n' dwcription.F .
1I"IOJu.d1> I r*. :> Attachment for *S70 18. Bellamy, Mrs E Monroe G
lficiallie? .
in tl ;
rhwls.nd J. Thomas
and Ga.nr.
fir.as.t ticket to JKMVV LIXIJ'K Concert. ( 110 mi<>tikc) bv Milledgeville,
I I. P'l.'tmu R
.si Marmin
Francis wn-rice. ) R
suPi seie makes thjg his deftjice vhei the October 18, 1851. 41 C. C. HYRD. A. F. Holt, Macon, ;
l)Ower at the We learn from the Baltimore Sun, that the I ----- -- -- -- ------ I rpHE Defttidant anil, all other pr-on.- interested }!. J. It Wiley! Burtlilutte.J A 2 ilerri; E
sacrifice Capitol have offered him up 86 I['resident has, hmvi-ver, ordered that national i DwelllngHouscforSalc.JN I JL nre hereby notified! IIf the institution IIf tlu.uit Wendy! Burkej: New OrI
to P:: liti:1te. their o\ui crime ;igwn i- ril'Jt h I. I bv of Attarhnient mill are furthermore re- Bvrd A MiUer.RBurner
b: and Mich courtofcies and other honors proct- Ja.s. I). >.tcr. Ci>loJ jnsvilIe, Ga.
tnmauity-an act wll l'hH' think I first Monday in Def'rnl T next, foeiu; Dinljer '. q'lurcJ; to aptn'ar and pluaJ to the declaration tiled! J. S. ] J W T :Ytril,J J
be in the : Sheppard, Esq, Tallahassee, 1'n.Oct..1lcr
w.vW8Uoto.iy may power of United States ( !f1iIs < 1851, will bt* hold fir' caih t41 the therein within the tiiao pn'-crib i bv law. Burns, Wm O'Conncr, D

taa11r Jh-ed premeditating) hut have ae. cia to bestow, fciall! : greet the distinguished I 1.Iw..t! bidder, bef.rc llio Capitol in tlu- city. of Taljotfi i C. H. & J. H. 1)tJI'ONT.Attonieys 11, 1851.; 40 St Barker, Jos Owtifcs, D

'I\l lit upon-\\hat directionll I H:publican Kossulb .t the various stations laha."C. $1.. fc:.'. b5!:, fel, and ', in the North Ad fur }'l ntift Tax Collector's Sale. Blood, Maria Oliver R
'?>-i'on' then take ?frjJI it U- n liiti and i dition of :ud l'lt Upon this projN-rty i. mtuateil Octol>r 15. [IS].2.t 51. 41 wIn Bentv, E AIWket I'oleuthWW
n in his
J.1'1' lu.. dt Will landing: route.-SatamiuhC the 'onmilltlinudwllI: .Ilnu.e. <:. at virtue of the power vested in me by law, I L
the jirc/cnt omiiwlLy BY Palmer 11 A
of the least
guilty.1!t.In Cult "racc J I'C1U, Ocl. Jt [ I the I1fiU..J. Wa\lci) Iiak
'OIlIDHU, co.n; r Mood drama .iti1v. f: llwVeri 1 f r"lf can't i.--1icct. wie of the mod dc-iralile] r.i.lt-z.ce, in thecity. GADSUEN CIRCUIT COURT. Qi-.incy, in the County of Gadxlen on the thud 3Ir E Philip, WniPalmer
,' you keep awake, said a in April nl'xt.thc) described
I .Monday following
tu .
I.. should liuzIIaIiit3 1'tTMinPwihin to buy, vould d', well to call pro- Campbell, R ,J -
p 11M< : If the matter is if im- I:readier to one of his hIiTl.'rwhell youeel and fviuiinie it Left-rc the day' flf toll.c.Oct,1'lr Frances A..Ru>ell, ) pirty, iir so lIIuc1lllCreol3 will pay the State and Chambers, John Page J VT -
IHrt41Uef, the any ft l r* > Bill foDh'orce.. County Tax due thereon for the IS;!, and the ,
ndmit sbtion wus the author! drowsy, why don't you take pincli of .1". n:I. 41 7tJ Wi'Iiam RU "tlI. ) incident year Cnlberson; Thus 2 UolxTM.n, Miss E C .
:ud ne'ejr> expenses thereto to :
Ehoutd ufTt" -- -----
f'lb,' h Md I to the great re; ;iiofj IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by Six hundred and forty acres ol land, Ijing on Carter. T A 3 Richard B
'I! pontnsy Blankets
.\ 'I 1r. Keraeye, &..c.UPT Crow, J llout-e J PCulquitt.
I i1I llk ,
Owen I be de- wa the shrewd reply, the atti'l lIOllnt'.d. I.Jr; "I*!t.''f;t."Sthi-propet ly muff/; should be put in the M-TIIIOII." -reivcil an-1' f"r "alt- at tIc'nrylo\l'cbt priyes sell, I the Defendant: in t this cause, re-idts l bet mid the MJ much thereof as \illa\t the Tax ac.r! (!.1id. lion W T 3 R>ber-oii, W S
;: lJis unnatural orders --.--- 2''I piu'Washing I'hiins, jurisdiction of this Court and out ul the State cf HUGH O. Me! L KAN, JUvid RaeS
Liti5r COUtru), mJ for this delin- 20 d.. Georgia KITSCVH, i'lorid Dunlnober >. Jesse
EunvocAL Coq : Tax Collector 'for Gadsden ,
0 ,f : I'Ll 'i r '.- Hon. HenrvCiay County.
Iijt' frmll l'llUulIeel Iiu and did denounce < 10 ilt. Cordoville J'I.u 1I'Llin", It is Ordired, That the said Defendant do appear October II !>.ii. -10 6m. Duval, E A F RkhanKEilllii '
tIJ. flr', L ut..ii 1 : of Kentucky is appointed Chairman of 10 do. idiVo.pl dn. Lin-w-ya plea I, 811""er. or demur to I the said Hill of Ccmpldinl Fortune. J R -<, James 3 _
I.'J.d tu tLI' "IJe We of oui'i'iiifjn H I"O CI1 Lhe Committee to judge of Jacks at tho fair 40 do. Cotton Kti i.t-yr', ; \\it hit, three Bi-inMiH I: or said\ Hill I will be taken Tax Collector's Sale. Footer, Elizabeth Sterubnrir. 3Ir 2
-. ,(' fjj wry. 'public indigt aliono 20i t pair NV'ro lilauki-tn] jnocvnjts&o, and his cause be set for hearing Fottf, Sninutl Smiih.3lLssH[ .'
o for virtue of Ihe vested inmebv law, I
lUtJftP die cowatdly act of bindto come off in Macon soon. :!o do. full Bed ,I.,. 10-4, 11-1, 124.ALSO at the next' Term of the Circuit Court for Gadsden BY power Flotard, T Q isaiinders W ((3 '
: fliT sale before the Court House
0iUCttjfa ._ ___ __ expose I at Ford, S R
and uhaoidjute IJfhill"l.'Ut -- _-- _-a_ Countv in Mrch! next ; and that this Order b-' I'uu. StalieLlIr
in the of GadsoVn the third
Quincy, County on
d..lIpt'rL\ ides, and then J and and 4 f bales Gunny Cloth li-hed in .'ml tie.siprr punted' in this State oncea of next."the --ctibed Gouge, RGordon Starts, W
sacrificing Bagging Rope. Monday April following
!ral'J'j": ,tj;.". 20 coilBale week for thice nionthb.and I that Complainant take pro- J 2 Sherman S
1I J..nfltltnr.: rorobeins.. wtm.-Crnnnn.a LARGE lot of Gurll1 '. K'-ntucky, and Dundee 50 jioundfi ]Ba li"j T"lnc.ALSO testimony in the cau-e. 13th October, 1 vr>l. peitt.or o much thereof as will pay the State and Gaskin., TLOJ Scott Rev J J _
.1 armjj County Tax due thereon for the tear 1 SSI and the "
Kagjuig. Also, a lot of Jlon. and Tin. Fur J. \\'.\YLES BAKER Judge.A noJ \ Col 6 Smith L
-----.--- IW ilby. .S. S. KX1GHT.OctolN.rl8. necl'wuyppnsr incident thereto, lo wit : ma, 11,0 2 Smith C -
2 three nil wool t true COPJtlct, ,
piecos I w'hoU
ply Carpeting, The ('I f what is called Forbes Purchase,
p n1ltl rs. 1",. 4h} tf ) R. C. LESTEI! Clerk.WILLIAM. Grant; P 2 Seiuple James
2 da
r( I two j ply all dn. do.' lying in Gad-dt-n Countyor much thereof' as will .
7illluor(?, If l hc 2 da two "lid I ool J IL MITCHELL, G.Kxlwin. 2 Stroman WStoclrwcather
rreQ1ed rumor h to flC Flour j ply cotton Carpetiiig pay the Tax aforesaid, bounded on the East t by the
zd t I U1S I'f. It. Hams, &c. i da Fujierior Hearth Rugs Solicitor lor Comi'lainant.Octolier ; I Ocklocknee1rcraiid on Ihe W'stby the ApalachiodaRiver. Groom. TliosHunningv ., JIi-; J A

r.IIICI\Ill' Kf\ SACKS Salt, 1 d ] I..hulul
l lrollun'ut the
officer of lead].t t
) Wages, Mestra.
p\t'l'I1tlJt'm JU tLi v ISO 1 da) Alicant da da In Tax Collector foi GadsJen County. Smith B R

uf out or'" cih'* (or"iiu jjiii J iH.m.** to .r 0 Table! "Wliiih he will fell ait l low as any houc in the city. Chancery. October 11, Is5!. -10 Com T Hill r Mrs Mary T Simmons Luke
*OI4'lIdt'n-or during the tuIJali* fever) who did 1 11111 DHxe a Call nnd 1 wo f"r J'I'lJ'l h'c*. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FI.OIHDA-lN GADS. i -*-;', ? Ste1he'lS_ Eli;

', 111 |tr<'rtut the departure| of the f.iHMI DM, lnrnn KiiVa. October' 18, Ht I. 41 C. C BYRD. DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Tax Collector's Sale.By Fred SiIl ,:Solomon
IttnPt'ro.Or,'(an ian.. LOO U*. Sugar Cured ]Tam Sarah G. Tillnian and Jane Tillman, Complainants, Halliday. S F Smith, Louisa
thill\ Mr.j J1UuJOr 10 K'g* Lard: Pickles, &c. r*. virtue of the power tested in me by law 1 IIrr"hfidJSimon Tripp, B

1IrcSut remove Consul Owen, 70 l.bU. Aim; mid! Superfine Flour. TUST received and for pale by the undersigned Thomas S. Snell William C. Snell, Julia F. Edinom' expose for sale, before the Court Home al HIJ'lvJat! Thorn pson,Mr J -

t' lJ: '.:,r ui'resetllalive; of our great povat Just received nnd for ,-ale] by S. S. KNIGHT. J A corted 1'iolu-K 1'iokled Oysters; *, Susan J. Little, and Jenetle V. G. Donald. Quinc, in the County of Gadsden, on the third Harper, Wit Tucker W ,
|l1JtViuia I f Or Oct 1H'r IS 1S6I. Monday of April rtet, the following described pro. Holder b. P.Humphries Yan W J'ck, Dr
ttatiee will the ciroum- 41 tf Pickled Lobsters Sardine, Soda Bi it, son, Executrix ot the last t will and testament olItobcit 1
6, > much thm-ol' a* will I the Slate and S MIlarun
ns tt.Jatt-d perty, or so pay Tickers J L
lJPl4ng t le 14. hil1lsdf., of his "hap. Just Received ButU-r Crackers, |iowdorcd i crushed Sugars, L. Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. County Tax due thereon for the year 1S5I, and the John Wray. AWintry '
out> t c.f the Java and Rio Coffee Citron Love.Sherill and ex cfficio Administrator lIe0.- 9
1me city" a part of the incident t.erdo,to wit. : Hines It J
necessary expenses F W
dunuj the: late Cuban massacre of his I)Y Schooner TalluLajwec from New Orleans, Jngli-h Dairy Chee1, Marraroni id* non of the estate ot Susan S. Snell dCc.'ras.d.IT Two hundred and 'forty acres of land, in Gadsden Haey Mki FlavQIaHurtefield. 2 Williford, Mrs MHenderson I
3 to the satisfaction of the Court that
2! Cahks Side sppearing
Jned Beef. Dried Rice Onions
LJtrYrIell, be Applet, County, purporting to belons lo Robert Jirnerson cio Silos Wilcox.!
regarded as au excuse for 4 do. }tihmilder Willism C. Snell.one! ol the above named Defendants 2
ull'ri"r Sj>iuii>h Cigars, much thereof will Ihe Taxas
Liauef1 gll'ct as pat aforesaidly harden Mr M A WardTAVWnU.n -
rl'< of and reside be nod t the limits of this State, and
duty utter disreNiu JlnrrcU )
SO Union Mall Flour 'bacro
;'-d for Chewing of all qualities, ing on Hal Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN IfolLindJuhn
till' Dictates 5 do. in i I Ihe State of New York,and that Thomas S. Snell, H II ,
Co'.nmouefet of humane Potatoeii Nutmeg, IVpjier. Cinnamoji. Ginger. Tat Collector for Gadsden
County. EFJaicorpc
i hey, Wartcn B
of Defendants is reside ,
: another said supposed lo .
1Ho'ew 1 do.
Vinegar Cloven Yctii-t 6m.
Allspice. Powders October 11, IS51. 41
Ihe limits of this State, and the United : J Williams T t
) S da ] betond
zed l fiSg0oflt'uijiiiPJiLJ.f! Jjcnion
with the Lard Su ar, Pain Killer, Mustard James C C \
is unknown
but hose residence : Vitherspoon.Vriht .
.t 4 da uar, primp, Candles, Soaps of all kinds Slates A Card. "
rOiven if the said William C. Johns W T \ W
Ordered, A
l"W1I1IlJ guilty, sympathized with 4 Tierces Su ar-cureJ llam*, Starch, Lamp Oil, .. It w Iherrfore -'JlE' subscriber begs pennl.!ioD to inform the pub- Jolinsou,Misa F I W 0
desllOti Snell 'r and plead, answer or demur to t the Bill nt.'IJJ. 11
m.-Sal". Morning Xi'ics. 8 (It). flagged{ da October 18, 1851. 41 C. C. BYRD. 'I l'P entitled JL lie in! general and the ladies of Tallahassee and Jackson It White 3
4 )! of Complaint filed in the above cause on or 'ITwa"V
cot 1I1; ; 'YE"IITcThe arreli MCMJ I"'rk. --- -- --- ------ -- before the first Monday in March next, and the said vicinity in particular, that he M row prepared' to receive Johnson Mrs MRS fleox. J .

Tork "AX X. 1'uijie, I 'jjiiig, ic. Middle Circuit-Leon County. the of nine months schollars fur instruction in Music on the PianoForte ilukfoii, Salathicl .
lSun Thomas S. Snell within period AVilch Albert"allace.
avn has had communication with Col.v Lc,f In. ft< rc unj fur wile low for 'a'l. Call nnd} .oc John B. 'Taylor, ) In Attachment (from he date of Ihe publication of this Order or He will call at the residence of person dl'siring Jones M A

tl?, oftLe Cuban expl'dilionnow in that October ire jureha.4ng, UM.iW\ ''. A. IL I J LKELL. i r*. ;> Sum wom to 8144 0..Tames I the said Bill will be taken pro conje*8o against! 1 to take their Iwiona at home, either in torn or Jont- N S W"iUon. JamesVonsor. < '

j 41 T. Daffin. J As : ProvUnl That publication of tin-, in the country. Kyle W W \ '
rd i5 nounces Vau ('chtcn as a "cow- I >umpMt ( WO.oo. :hem: leiial F i.
'l'HE defejnlant md all others in published in I this A Piano Room will be ready onthe first of October Man G ,
be made
deserting his For Sale at Costs and interested ant here- Order some newspaper Knig, 9 W'onl.l., W
UiL command, &. Col. Charges. J. next, for those not wishing to take their lessons at ,. .
& dOCsa' by notified of the institution of the nlx.ve unit, pcuit 10th October. 1 SSI. Ken A II). or J Tejyry. James "

ra1io;" Lut yet f.UI to be cured! of"1 lib- I]LIMK' and NOUTIIEIIN JllilCIv t<, nrr't! Ap and aro required to appear aiid [.lead! lo the declaration J. WA YI.ES BAKCK, Judge, &c. Lome. Persons calling far cnr cf the above letters, will

uutu thinks the Cubans ate uiI :mt. to filed thcrt-Li, within the time prencribo
L* rid j of thvir goverutuent. J. ffEOKGn ANDERSON. & CORLEY, for h. R C. LKM-FII, Cltik. C. F. BAKTU. THO HAYWARD, F.:JL t.

October IS, 151. 41 : t [Suitiud; 2t I October IP, 1851. 41-Sin October 15, lirfl.) 41 3m August 10, 1SM. $2 'owtf J October 4,1S52. 59 .








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The most extraordln,
A. t MAXWELL. D' PArr Towle 6c Myers P. P. LEWIS tgat tbVtttZtrntUt9S the the
; Amendments to the great Remedy fe, .3Jt'
& PAPY handand and local Dentist Tallahassee Florida. ep4 eai
STATCOF FLORIDA. MAXWELL HAVE on are now receiving new -
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, assortment of GOODS, consisting ol ROOMS in the new building immetli- In Chancery.IN II. G. FarrelP. CtUb ud Ara

Gold Lever Hunting Watches, : ? East of the Post Office, where LEON CIRCUIT COURT. a
: .tdapteitby ttif f\ft* General AttrmMy. an hiked in of Article A'/r, Section 2, Silver Lever do William W. Checker, Complainant, T irfotmeibj the
4 purtuantc February 5 Hunting 35 pb'icians in the
_ _ September 7, 1850. r*. days ofold,we
tf the Conttituiion.AN Silver Anchor Lever do the
upon a' result e.f mazic
and adminislratiix bat
widow sin
; Ellen Brcckenbroozh
CHARLES W DOWNING, Lapine and common do PREMIUM COTTON GINS. come intimate with Ihe e "
deceased >rt ,V
l ACT o tmend the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth COUNSELLOR AT LAW Gentlemen* and Ladies* Do om Pins.a general as- of William H. Brcckenbrongh. LncjBrKkenbroush for their summing we care ,'
ATTORNEY AND T. TAYIutt fi CO. oflhe Co- S. BrocUenbrough, Thoi.W. power O5eTdiiee
Article t g la amond An Act amendatory of the Twelfth Tallahassee, Florida. Ke s, Fob and Vest Chain, Seals, Gold and Silver lumbus Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the sat- Drockenbrouzh, George L. Brockenbronjjh, wonder of the ae, while e cf mcdi1 Pt.

, CU-j'eof the Fifth Article of the Constitution of rr Office at the Capitol Pencils,Gold Pens.Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold i laction lo announce to their patrons and the Plan. George" S. Hawkins and Mary R Hawkins, his encecf Chemistry, which at the same lime time ,

..' $1 flu* Sute, nd adopted by the Third and FouilhGener March 15. 1851. 10 tf Sleeve, Collar and fowm Button, Silver, Pearl, and er-i generally, throughout the Cotton growing reion. wife, Thomas W. Brockenbrouph and John W. Yva- to the ie tof the world with" them had C iV1
: that they ate prepared to number infant children cf John W. Brockenbrough a sealed *.
.. l Atieroblic*, o as lo give the Election of Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine supply any Brockenbrough, in Botany they were < '* A
W. 0. M. DAVIS Fans Silver and HuiTalo Combu. of their celebrated PREMIUM GINS. deceased, Lucy B Mjiwell!, Elizabeth aka, cfstud i'
J ', .J1Igf.s In the People the faeaulifal which #
? Where these Gins have been once used, it would V. Maxwell Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Cham- groves skirt the de ljU
1 1. Re it enacted by He Senate and ATTORNEY AT LAW Also, French Mantle Clocks Table Knive, TeTras bia, abound fare phnt, and *
SCHVION be deemed for the Man'factuiers lo administratrix of WiliaaW. !! odorous { *
Sims widow
Rfpretfntnlivff oj the State of Worila I Piatcd and Silver \Vafe, Silver T-hle and Tea unnecessary say pun obtained t these W A
F taken up hi* abode at Tallahassee, and will j a word in their favor, as they feel! confident the machines Sims,deceased,Martha Mason Sims, and Far- are arofnaniicjmiMami f
Forks Ladle
in General.1* enibl? if convened. That the Eleventh HAS: I S| oon Plated Spoons, Cr-am and Soup sams, cf which this
: the Middle Distiict have been such that inconpar hle linimVA'-Mb*
in the Courts of brought to perfection i iti Carter. Defendants.BY .
Cla-ineof the Ftth AHicleof lheCon lilution ,. Plated Waiters, do.Tea Set, Caslor. Candlestick posed and by whose M
Franklin and Jackson Counties. their superior petlormance will recommend them, .f Ihe of the Circuit stitnuUMs*. *'
and of virtue r.f an Order Judge onctuon
Silver and Gilt Girandoles.
of this State, ind aIo aa Act entitled, An Act to *, Solar Lamps, jog and "
me.i4 tbeT\elIthClaui. ut the Fifth Article ot Mirrh Q. I.r 0 Alofine double baneilcd Guus, Shot and Game in preferci.ce lo all other Gin now in u**. For the Court of the Middle Circuit ol Florida, granted Anodyne properties it n, when $ *
L ._ the Constitution of this State, so that the Judges of flags. and Fla M. A. LONG A J. P. E. SAVAGE and unacquainted with their the svstcm, allay ing the most intense <*
Pro >
are reputation, D inini
will offer for sale before the Court door, in
the Circuit Courts shall hold their olices for the Port Folios, Violins, Claronels, and Flutes, fine Ra-
short time cf laci
svute-d themselves for the of j prietors need only say, that the FIRST Premiums the of Tallahassee the first in ibly or nsmwef n *
purpo City on .Monday
term of eight year*, instead t>f during good behavior HAVING j zors, Strops( &.c.Hest
attention to have been awarded lo them for the BEST GIN prompt, powerful and fffeclual wiihtw' '
:- ," be, and the sime are hereby, a amended a* Law v ill give prompt quality and general assortment of Perfumery, exhibited December next, at! public auction, the fallowing described It t ?
a buMfow entrusted to their care at thegreaiStateFairheld' at A'I.tntaCeor. LANDS, to wit : danger. penetrates the fiestj to the oonV .
read a follow*, viz : That on the first Mondayin anv &e.&c. TOWLE & MYERS
alto, at the Alabsra and Georgia contracted coids, restore t>.e to 7 **
Oi.br. in the year oi.e thoii'an I eight hundred July 26, 1651. 29 Setember2S| 1S50. 3SNotice. gia; Agricultural Five thousand eight hundred and forty acres of been for limbs *v
and Mechanic' Fair, held at Columbus ; and at the Land in Gadsden County carved out rf Forbes' palsied years, cau in ; the
the tiist M Octobtr
nd, ( ami mday in
fifty-three i\ years, thereafter oi there shall be elected by HOYT & CO., annual Fair of the >oulh Carolina Institute, at Purchase at near and .mnund Estrrlnalgi flint!, being zrow out and rich blood tocircnatethrotZh! ,,, '
every It restores the
Chaileston. The Co ton sinned on tfime Gin received .is hundred and forty acres of J mes Sjnoviil Fluid or Juinl **
1 the hh>J elector of each of the Judi- MERCHANTS Innerarily's
qu respective GENERAL COMMISSION tt WHEEL WRIGHTS WANTED.V this is the has *
flOOPERS .- the firj-t Preuinms at the exhibition l-eld: in Reserve cf fife thousand acre, lying next lo RobmaHollinpri i reason why it beenjonnivr *
l Circuits of this State Jnd ol the Circuit
one e
for winch he I\ THE ElTIXO AM TILING OF / A most excellent opening f<>r a few goo.l work Charleston,South Cirolina.and at every Fair where ** three hirxlred and twenty acme tract at cessf-il curineall diseaj cf the Joint* I 1**
flull resile in the
Court, who men of rl>ovc trades, particularly if steady, indu-tri- sample of Cotton Com them have been exhibited. ic aUectioi.sof t Ihe Spine,Liter, Long, '
4 beclectel, and continue in office for the term Every Description of Agricultural Implements the South! point f f that Reserve, as appea.s by In- j
raiy cms and willing to work for rtas.ctialle pay. It would The Propiieter have in their es ionnumerru deed M White this great Arabian remedy stands ;
c-f ii\ from and'fter the first dy of Januaiy AXD IfACHIX'Elir. po nerari I>'s lo Joseph ,andihe remaining nnpataIe'td.!
years removed j IK worse than unless for others to entertain n thought < certificatesfnim Planlei, Cotton Brokers, Crinmii five thousand two hundre-1 acres adjacent Ague Cake or Enlargement cube Spleen i *
unles-s ; |
I next ntjrceeJinj his election tnJi in, this Constitution 4aoner for t LSO. Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones : Eufpus. of coming to NEWPORT. inn Merchatl, and Manufacturers of Cotton thereto, as described in the deedi of the Apalachicola cific ; and for Rheumatism it hn p
tinder the pravicinnj I.. Colagen, Cull in and Bating Cl1tl.Aho .- I May in, 1851. 13L Gootl*, teslifyincthnt the performance of the Gins the rnot etraordmnary ure, r
M White.
Lard lo
removal of JuJ. os by ad liess or impeachment : . Company Joseph
cviry km l < f Produce, North and South, and -- and the san.pln! produced by them, cannot be Cramps, SwclIing Pains, t
And for wiltnl neglect of duty or other reaonableca excelled Also, eighteen hundred acres ef Lard in Wakulla ..
i CASH paid for Wool] Hides Deer Skins, and Shipping Lands and Pensions. Cln L'urns, White StscItir.g Tumor
which *h4l1 not be euflu-ient ground for im- Bounty by any ever manufactured. County, to wit : Lots itnlxr: nineteen, twenty, ,,

>e chment, the Governor shall remove any of them Fur ,PIIE undersigned,having made arrangement with All orders Gins, given either :to our travellingor twenty-four, twenty-five, in the Waknlla 'irvpy. equally; efficacious :n diseases nf Aninj] *
i on i the Jres of two-thiid* of the Generjl A snnl SAMUEL IIOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. JL a competent and experienced'Agenl in the Citv local ASH
L )!v : ProdJfilthinirvrr, That the cau-e, or causes, of Washington, and being now |>rovid< d vviih Ihe mail, will alaya receive prompt attention. (Jins survey, and six hundred aTes in the Wakulla urvey per, Farcv,Sprains Eruun, Wf.ur.di, JJa <&

chill be stated at length in such aJdress and enteieJoa approved and requ-ite forms, will attend t,., the etil- will beent in any part of the country, and war adjoining lot lumber nineteen-this last CijO WmndaIi4, Splint ; and for near ) all

the JtturniN o; each : .Ind roeidttlfmthfr, Messrs. AM>FROX A Co, Savannah, Ca. Uclion of Claims by po.\ers ol attorney for Uountv ranted t. give satisfaction. acres t Iesby 3 10 acres released by White lo Corrien. either in man oibea r,which require anezts.aJ

That the rau e, or causes ehll be notified to the FnNKLIX BRAXTLET, Lands, Pension-, and Claims for Losses and Strvicesspor. JOS L. PUTTON. Agent. The terms of sale will he as follow; One-third plii-atiiiii, this Lir iatnt stands at tie

Jo-Jze s.i intended lobe removed ; and he shall be WFB.Vr A: P.VLSIKS, the United States! Government. Columbus, Ga., Februny 8, 1S5I. 5 ly cash, one-third at twelve months, and one-third at medicines.

admitted to a hearnsinhisowndHeuce, bcf>re any Swirr Dr>sio\v A- Co. fc OtFiccrs and soldiers of the war ot 1I?. or ninny two year*-the credit instalments! to draw eight; percent

vote for such removal: shall pa.s and in such cae WM. P. MILLER! k Co, New York. of the Indian wars ince J7l"J, are enlilhd to Bounly Pork. interest per annum from the day of site! and! Liter Complaint, ErysipetasSfRAKWICK ff .

I the vote shall *)e tiken! by \ea- and nays, and entereJ Rt-GOLFS Noras Mvov t Co, Bo-ton. Lands under the late Act of Congie s. For serOces O A lIAR II ELS Me s Pork,landing from Brig Ura- the titles lo be -nveyed upon payment of the I at MAHION Co. KT.,

.. ; on th JouraaUof each House, respectively.SEC. P. B. LOOMIS E.-q, New London, CtI rendered, a moderate coaipeiisstion nillbe tJ\J mis, and for sale by instalment ; and in default if payment of any of Mr H. G. FARR ELL-Dear Sir : Yonr Ln"*

2. Belt further (nacted. That said t4ection I H. S McCoMr-s Ecq., Wilmington, Del. chsrgeJ, upon deIivcr" of the warrant or I lie amount Me'X AUGHT ORMOND.. said instalment! :*, the premises shall be re-sold at is selling very well.ard doing a vast deal!0f J 51rnong

nh*ll condarteJ, an.l the return* theieof made, in Septembir G. ISM. C5 tf collected I). J P, HOfiUK. Newport. Mart 22, 1851. 11 the risk of the purchaser, after thirty days notice the perpte. It has cured abadcajfufp .

the manner now preset ibe I, or which may hereafter G. W. HUTCHINS. of such re-sale. PFL.9.and another cf a BAD PAIN lv y *"*

tie prescribed by law, lor the election of member to Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company March 29, IS51. 12 if Colfee; Sugar, Soap, &c.I P.HNJ F. WHITNER: A lady, who was confined to her bedlorstV
stull be the of the Governor; ; cf Louisiana. -- ----- -- GSCAR A. MYERS with Livtx "
Coare s ; aiidi it duty (1 SACKS COFFEE, months CO.MPLAI.\T and 4mere *
lo U ue a comrai--ion' under the seal of the Stale, i TTA YING lieen p.ppoiuted Ag nt for the above Csn- Sight Exchange .1 ,7 lo barrels Stuart' yellow Sugar, Jlaat'-rs in Char.cerv. THE hEART, was en'irdy cured by the tw0' *CT
liilhe per m receiving the bight I'Uinbet of voles pmiy and deeming it imm-cesfary to di-5cus the NEW VOlU SAVANNAH, and MACON 5 I'ilttt Brt'ad, September 20, FS5I. 37 Is Arabian Liniment. She said ihedocforj fpc'V?

in the Judicial Di.tiicl in which the election i isiiad. importance and advantage of the mutual insurance i OX sale, in sums lo suit, byTHOMAS 5 Crackers, 03Sentinel and %VakullaTim.scopy. her no pood. It has been applied to a frfsb
principle, would pectfully solicit the conIderati.bnof J. PERKINS, 70 !lioxt* family -_ cured in a short time. I have been aGicttj ,*?

SEC. 3. Bf it further enacted That whenever the citi7.en of Tallalia He: and v icinity. Any iif<>rniation October 12. 1 V10 Agent Marine Rai.k.HARTFORD 21 super.ir Soap Tobacco, Ac, Ac. Notice. RHEUMATISM for a long lime, and jnsr bt.jreiM

the General Assembly shall create a separate Supreme relative to it,can be obtained by calling on the spell it painrd me so much that I had
Landing from Biig UnmiK, nnd for rale by months after date. I shall apply to the Judge no ttxt
Couit, or ChaVceiy J ourt, und.-r the privislaniot t Fub-orilrr. S. S. KNIGHT. IETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, MI-NAUGHT A ORMOND. SIX Probate for Washington County, tr a final t l this Constitution, the Judaes thereof shall November 3I, 1850. 47 tf it I Liniaien* -
% ) your helire
March from the
Newport, 22, 1851. 11 discharge estate of Jocn-ph B.
be elected in the manner provided itt the fir'.t section bing, the pain cea-eJ. Jo[
BUILDINGS) Stocks, and Cotton iu V.'are-house Lackey, de-ceased.
4.fthi act, aaJ shall hold their offices for the same THE THUE MEDICINAL
all the of said fust JL) iusurea against less bv fire. Bacon, Lard, &.c. MARIA LOCKET, Adm'x.
term, and be subject to provisions '
I. tli'>n : I'lovidrdltowtotr, That the Ju-1ge ol the COD LIVER OIL LEWIS & AMES { CASKS Rieon Sides, Wa.-I ington Septe-mlx-r 13, 51. tIn Cm S'tT Complaint, iceen'y, D'ntemper, Cirfi szi

Supreme Court hall be elected by general ticket ; USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, January 2', t-j'tO. 3 Asents, Tallaha' ee. 'J 2 Shoulders Sore Eyes Cured

and the Ju.lse of the Chancery Court shall ln elec- Uthrna,BronchitisCoughs, 10 barrel, Me>s IVik, Chancery. M. Mitchell, Pc5tma>ter at Fiat, Fulton Can

-- tel by general ticket, or by Districts, as the LegisUture and all disea es of the Che-t ard Lungs. A pupplvol A. B. CLARKE, 25 Flour: MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LF.ON COUNTY.Ax say :

r may dir.
4. Be tt fttiticr enactat. That should a warranted pureandol verb superior quality. [TAVING purchased the interest of Mr 15 WhL-key. hihlypras; here. \Ve cured one cf BTMijtixri

vaeaoey occur in either the S ipreme, Chanccrv. or For sale by LEWIS & AMES. 1J_ Stillrr-an in their old business, can be Just received per &'hr. ISamnrd. and for sale byMcNAUGHT James NtL-on, ). horses it the Stifl CerapSainf hy abu lew n >
lefci nation removal i May 2... isjij. Qf Tallahassee, Fla. vs. Bill fur Divorce. applications 1 cured unecf i wnof |.
Circuit Court, hy death, orwtherwi _LL, T. ,-.id at their old stand on Monroe >treet, AORMUND.. ttn
e. it *!ial! be the duty (1 the Governor I where be will receive in 2 lew days fiom New YorV Newport, March 22, 1S51. 11 Harriet J. Nelson. J Jr nev. Our Sheriff, Joseph Dj kes, cared h.. t t-r

j jsue a writ election t ti. fill M rh vacancy, and he The Fire in Conway, Mass. one of the most complete assoitinents( t-l Readyunde appearing to the atl-faction r-f the Court by affidavit a bad Cork with it : he also tried it n a air Cj

nhill give at Ieat t sixty day*' notice thereof by proclamation \T7"E insert with pleasure the fallowing letter from Clothing and (ientlitixn's Fancy Itvuili Real Burr Mill Rock. ra'ie: in thl case that the defen-knt'll. J.Nelon had the Distemper very bacUandcur di'imn. ; ,

and the Judge so elected lo till cuch vacancy the Conway Tool Company. It shows clearlv j!! ever off red in inis market. Also, a general a-soitj FEW ,roides Iteyt.iui the limits of thi*State, so that I diately. He aysit is deciiU-iih !he erea ,,t fc. ,

snail continue in office tn-m the time he qusl- that the faith of the public in Rich's Salamander j inent of 1'rcncfi, English, un.l L'efgian Clvlhs, A Pieces ral French Burr Mill Rork. IS by the ordinary process of Supoaia cannot be scrve-d medicine he ever used. There 6ve been ta' ,
20 inche size, fur ale at ott and clinrge-s bvNewrxrt. her cured of Sore Eves with it. I find
i fia*"under fat* comruis ion, which fchall be jsitd Safes has not been mi-placed : Black and ratify D
immediately alter the final canvass ol the votes by Coxw.vv, M.s.. Juy! 1-I, l'5l.' i,!j and Ftguticd Silk, Satin, Catfnnire, anil I'rlcctI : : May M, l$51. is D. LADD. / j* tlfTfff Ordered, Tliatail I Def.-ntmtnppearand both for man and beast.

which his return determined : ProrUtJJiowtfr. Me# r Roff, Stearns tt Co.. --ure-e-s-oro" C. Rich t'Gi. I' lasting*, which he is prepared to manufacture at Valuable Plantation for answer the Bill of Comrilainant' filed in thw eaue
That bnuld it becom* to fill such vacancy Sale. (ill or before the fir-t MtunLy! in February next Beware oj C'tnnterfeiis.To guard azyinfilinn
neces-aiy any notice or
the and in
fchoilv t the
1 4 Watir Miect, New York :-Gentlemen-To ;i ij > ;i|>[ before e-lectiiti$ can be held uudei the [ PLANTATION whereon said Bill will It- taken for corifesned! again.-t her Head tfiefol faring Cartful? .
an pio- j your inquiries rc-jx-ciing the fate of the SalamamliT !j The c community genera.lyare respect in U rerjue teil rpIE the late Jod.ua H.I :
i iion ol this Cons'itulion! the Governor bl.all have I J'riH'id'J, however, Notice of thit nJtr be THE Public are paiticulaily caaticmd
i $ Safe, No. 3,3M, ]mrcliaed of through Mew !i to call and examine luy stock before puicha iii e-.e-! I.yrd fi.nnerly ui Lern County, near pubIL-Ii- acz
the per to till nch vacancy b> appointment, at.d Wui. Bryce t Co, it jH-rhap" eUlicii-r.t you to -iv, that where. TallahassteOctober I-J, I''O.10 Laks Erie: containing 4-o acre", of wliidi some 2 i.ij ed i'i some newspaper in Tulaha.ee! for three raoutk-t Base Counterfeit which has la'eh naJ&. if ar'ny.
Ihe person t* appoiittd hali hold l>i* oir.celrnm the are ilt-arcd.an-i ur.de-r cultivation. On the prtmLesi before> said 1st of February next.J. ance and isca'.led by the Tmpnsttrt'oinaT.itW
lte of his conmisin i ur.til his successor shall be Safe am at at the present time writing of the destruction on jutj; r of vhu-h manufactory was in the JOHN PRATORIUS, a aifortablc frame Dwelling Houe with the ne- WAYLES BAKER,Jad-e, teA K. Farreh's Arabian Linirr.ei.t. TKi* i iaa dargr ,,

duly elected and qualified.Sec our rutrrut l.'i-4 tc. Ilii Plantati true enpy-Atte.t, fraud and mire liable to deceive fn,m hut)earnlt; ,
I i ,
fire the morning of the ih in-t. poeesmarl
by on j 11 The
the S.ife ; [OK Till LVTE FIRM OF Kfl.1. of Farrell. TfatrifLre bt
5- lit it further enacted That second the tt. YJLtTOUttI ; advantage"as it adjoin- the pitiey WOIK-! ,whre 0. A. Mi rio, Clerk. name ratfirular wrh
lower floor of three
.'ection ofsaid act to amend the twelfth clau>eot Ihef3onilituion j was tin >-iderab'e a waned story building con- 05 "TT OULD inform his frirn-l and the public the lunge i kvt'rs good fur cattlean.lhog. The New- Oe-t. !*r 4, 1SG1. 3D Sm call for it by the name Forreirs Linmrnl,'*frfunprincipltd
taming con beach
ol this State, and adopted by the third i quantities timber. I dealers will irriise ibis SIl'BlcCS
and it MBat red heat when it Wl lf IT that helm* t'iken the ore lately occupied piirt ind Getrgia Plank Road will! pa.iithin -flO( to (
a into bed
and fourth General Asmblies as aforesaid, be andS a f C. H. juid i ODD; of Notice. Mixture upon you (or the genuioetat ahiesok
of live lu.rJ wood coals in which it remained iml-e-d- r T by lilifMl. adjoining the store iatclv jard* the dwelling, and I think \vill! jjon the '
the same U hereby abolished ; but it i j hereby pro- j I dol about three )hour? when it drawn occupied by D.ill; & Pratoriu,vhert- lie will be r.eawl! j line, or through! the nhIe letitli of the I'laniution; A LL persona indebted to the estate of James L. for II. G. EARRILL'S ARABIAN LI.MJUST. attc'e

vided that the General Assembly hall, by the concurrent wa out. and, to atttnd to inc calls and wonts of tho-.e uho uav be j stud vhcn thiRoad i* completedvhieh! is under cmij JL 1. IN-*, late of hamilton County deceased, are rijuind noot'sera the sennit attract has the titrsII. :
vote of the two Huues Iheieof, at its next I as turn as practicable, opened lite leather bindingf i li-PtiMil him in hi1 line tractto be done to make ariil all >er-< il-I C. before Farrell', his signature isal-won tie
the books were heated by the tteam iuid ( | : to pntroni/.e of bit-mess. j by thel.t r-f January, 1>J2, noi payment f onhaving -
fill the tome of utstte and these theztLl!
regular eion, elect s tine peron to vacancy loose HomewLat ftained but He ha received, by the late arriral-s a clioiff amitrfllflnffJ i PLiiitith-n on the \\hi.le line <-f the Road will;:i rnaiidag.iiat .a; : wrapper worJ> Llo-.toin
were urptsit
urhich will occur by expiration, cfthe term of nfiice! papers ; not a wn- bottle : H. G. FARRLLL'S ARAELlN Ll.NMEN'T.PEOnfA. !-
them p.itMiticatc! within the
(;lttia.thTfR fir 'nience /.c. It i is duly time prescribed
of in book siij.jJ.i of l'Jtt1eijR. "iivt now offered 1r> sale at a
'm\ draw the gle pp.rtirle pap who l two
4,1 that the Judze provisions ol taia tecouu heeiiuu vear,term*>tii ,.ii under is _.1 .. ;...,i.. (.fl fifl j.is.r ttuth.r ,n1.. I fancy (j'txj'ln ; nln, e liarred. AGENTS WANTTPin evr T..rvn.TbsearJtabltshed. ;;

herein aiji ve declared ti be abolished. by a pen or pencil is defae -e> ELIZABETH ROSS, Adm'x. It-.mtt ;r, '.. s'v i. whrhpiinvre-

.t FiltH GNRtI. AtsKMBLV.-Pa ed the Senate in question as having pax-ed through one of the fi- All of v.hidi! I flatter my-elf, arc enuul iu style and Iwid. For terms, Ac, apply ton.eat my re'-idence, Octolior 4.1151. .g tf AppJv hy len to II. '.;. Fart.Pta,

ov the Constitutional mj.'ri1y j December 13, 1S50 vei e>t te>ts to \v hicli it could have IKX-II put, and we quality, ami ij'titf a* cheap, n-- any others that! w ill JHJ Fort Strai-bury, Fla. Groceries &c.PER III., with good re.'erencesdsfoCharJterte i-

Passed the House of Representative by the Constitutional need not a* ure yOU that we rejoice at iu success. 1 f. und in this market He will give particular atten- BENJAMIN BTRD.Janmiy bility.&e.

majjriry, December 23, 1SDO. We v ill forward you the burnt Safe, and in (he meantime i I I tion to his bu-iiM"-s. nnd hjH be will inerit a liU-ral IS, SSL 2 tf Wm. R. Pet te"," from New Prlesin Call on the agent who will fbrish Free tlary

tend us another of the same size and pattern, !' patronage from the pubbc. 10,0<>C> Ribbed Sides, and Shoulders, a Book containing much- r'jate tttjumatiu*j.r

2.] for immediate ue. Yours n-jx-etfully, November 23. 185''). 46 tf Notice. 5 Cask* very best Family Sugar Cured every class of citizens.

AN ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clau e of the Conway T xl Company-.A. PARKER, Agent, THE nmliT-isned hen by give notice that their re- Hams, PRICE-25 cfs. W ct. ar.Jpneds. ',ir rcr belt!*

Fifth Article of the Constitution ol thin State. An a"or meiit of various ,Jzcs and patterns with Pure Sulphate of Quinine. (. ofrirev ill lie open f'-r the transaction of 1 Smoked Beef THE ONLY GENUINE is BianHt.rturtd bj K. G.

SECTION I. Be it tnaclfd ly the Seatf and and without vidc-r-proof lucks, for sale at 146 Water T lIE subscribers h.ne on hand two hundred and official buiriefrom 9 to 2 o'clock, every day, Sun- 2 BbU Big H-iininy, Farrtll.solp inventor and pr prietir. aid tde;

Jfauteof Rr present n.t'm ft of the State of t'lotUain street, New York. filly ounces of Sulphateof Quinine, \\hirh t they day'h escepted.The 1 Box BufT.ilo Tongue*, Dru2zc-t, Nr IT Main' street, reona. IlL, arV

General .Iwinlly convened That the Seventeenth ALMON ROFF, hive obtained diiect from tie inanuiaclurcis, and nt-e-es.-ity and proprie'ty f>f re larnnd pecifie l 1 French Lem ris,- sale wholesale and Retail at Prnrrieti.r5priCr5b!

C'ause' cf the Fifth Aiticle of the Constitution JOHN G. STEARNS, they will warrant it to be a superior arti Ic. hours of bu.-ine.-3 in public
of this State be, and the same is hereby, sn A. S. MARVIN. We ha.eenlrtedourtoek, of Drugs and Medicines law and usage, and are UN) obvious to require exjilanation. 20 tbU Mess Pork,

amended a* to real as follow*,1n wit : Thete halId Augut2.1B51. SO Sm by lanitalsand, are prepared e: erute 5 Syrup, CITY COTTON WEIGBX3..

bs one Solicitor for each Circuit, who shall reside orders for article in our line, at wholesale 01 retail, C. W. DOWNING. Srrretary Stale. 2 IIhl./Brown Sugar extra quality,

therein, and shall be elected bv the qualified voters Tax Collector's Sale. on the most accommodating terms. JOHN BEARD, Coin j"rol/er. 1 White Clarified Sugar, HAVING been appointed one f tin ('iir CO5<

of 8-Jch Circuit, on the firM Monday in Ociober, iu T>Y virtue of authority in me bylaw ve-ted, I have We have also a Sew accounts', yet due to us for (the "VV. I!. HAYWARD, Trmwr. Bb13.Cru-lied I notify the P.twvr! <- and 'ifticla1*

the year one thousand*iht bundiedand fifty-three, JJ K-ized and levied upon fourteen hundred and year 1619. They are generally in small amounts, I). S. WALKER. l;,.f. J'uUic JsinJ.)*. 5 Lard,
and every four years thereafter, or at such limes a* thirty-seven acres of Land, lying in Leon County, ntuatc but if I the whole could be paid shortly, it would goi R. s. hAYWARD: drk Sup. Court. 1 Lard Oil, the Georgia Planters that I win attend nibtandj

the General Assembly may by law presrribe, and a few miles South-fan of the city of TalLiluWe, i lr towards uidjtingceitain] sores which weowe. February 1, 11,51. 4 tfBrandy. 5 M. very best Spanish Cigars, the Depot in Tallahassee ta reevne pen=tca2 >i

chill receive for his services a compensation lobe purporting to behmgtoVilliam II Kilcreav, and will LEWIS & AMES. 50 I5bl*. Superfine Flour, COTTON and TCIUi, intruttl <" ii.' >.ire *'

C\ed by law." IMJ offered for sale in front of th) *? C Extra Family Flour. For sale by Scales bmugit from New Y
SEC. 2. Be it further) enarted, That such elections in TalLJia>pe on Monday the Sd day: of November -' CASK vcrvsupriur Bratidy.Aprils. BERRY ,t ROWLCS. Auctioneers, &c. certified by the Inspector of Scales anti \V igto d

i shall be held and conducted, and the returns next, within legal hours. To be sold to fati-fy the New Goods. I'5i. 13 "JAS. B. GAMBLE. October1,1l. i9 the Cn-torn House tLere. ily stati.n at t tie Pe1

I thereof made, in the name manner as is now pre- Taxes due thereon for the year 1850.IX a large and -elected tock of : will poe" one great advantage over any otter v&
cribni by taw, or may lieiealter be prescribed by McRAENY OPENING carefully Dry Just Received froia New York. er the Stores--aving in the Dray age alone ti..t
L'ntania, and Bright Metal Ware, Goods &..c.ON .
liv, for the election of member to Congtcks from Tax Collector of Ln-on in Erogan*, Pegged and Sewed Boot. Lilies cents on every log of Cotton ; the Yard tc b<"?
County. consisting part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French} hand and for sale by the subscribers : KIP
I hi* State. 2ft IP.11. Ties, Bu-kni*. Slippers, I.ahf Patent Len. strongly' fenced and in good repair, the) Octtcn rJle
; July 29 2m Coffee Filtercrs, Pitchers, Candlesticks of Jillerent !> -! and lu-J Brown and Hleac'ie-d .
Fsvru ( cvn ,. At EMDi.V.-Paf;*d the Senate sheetings.Nen and Enameled Jenny Lin.K Buys Kip I5n>gnf ', 3Icn': I more secure frc-m injury anti can aLso 1e Srru1
qualities, Jelly Mould*, Gld i LiMern., Cake B >\es, York Mills Loi.g Cloth.
by the Con. tc. Ted! with less delay. I Lope tie PlanterstnJjktcluiit -
-a vaiiety of other articles, which Enl isli Long Cambric shirt ings.
Passed the House ot Representatives by the Constitutional ALSO, > will give me their patronage, as I am eter
schooner } they oiler for sale on rea"onaMe Pro. and
Elizabeth terms. bleached Sea Island:
majority, January b, 1S51.Orncr RECEIVED per ; an assortment Also shitings.' A good assortment of I) )me tic and Ffreinn Try Lamed to deserve it bv strict attention to my learn*
AND WINTER GOODS, cun&tiug on a full and exttn-ie tock of Tin Irish linens Irctn 3.'J els to 1-. per yd. DE3H1LY.
iu part of Ware of every decr,1, >iion, isuintifactuted lure by Linen Cambric Hdk'fjfmm I2it 30c .l. Goodn. ClotUng. ILit.s and Caps Saddlery, Hard CHARLES L.
or PrcRirr ny or STATE, \ ware Hollow ware, Cutkry, Fancy Goods &. For Cotton nnd Tobacco TVeigbetT&laliasee
Kcr cy, Blankets i-o, good orkmnen, anl at lair prices. Reviere, lietn ,tich'd and scrolled boidi'dToilet

I.CHARL.E.illaliatee DOWNING, ,Secretary Miy I, IS'il cf Stale J, dinertbyctriily ,lrown? and Bleached Shirtings and Shct-ting Lead PipeSheet Lead. Copper, Zinc, and Csern, linen. Long Ian n, linen Ca rubric.[i.dVis. sale by GEO. IL BESTWICK. August 9, 11. 31 tlJC

Engli-h; nd! American 1'ru.ts, Pumps f.ir-sile.; Tin Roofinz, Guttering, and Job Cambric J.Ki.nt-liand Swiss Mu-lins.

copies of theori the zinal forcjioins Acts on to file be at true my and office correct, and liniwn. IJlack and frey! Kentucky Jean, Woik executed faithlulh and with de-ipatrh. Curtain Mualms item l-'J to 5Octs. j.r.yd.striped October, 4 1S51. 3*> tf Rates of Storage at St. Marks.OTTON .

Blue, Black atnl' Grey Sutinctts T. WHITE &. CO. and Einbroidered. bale..
herewith published in imrs-uanccof theprmi ion of RECEWED "John Stroud from per
brig ,
the Constitution relative to Amendment and lUvition Carolina Striped, September 21, ISW. 37 tf -ALSO- JUST* York, rr MERCHANDIZE, per barrel bulk,. ..1.UCOP.N

of the Convtitution. \Vhite and Red Flannel*. Damash Table Linen, Pro. Linen Table Cloths 15 bales f. J. and 1 yd. Unbleached Slurtings ant! oll.tr Grain, per lit-htl.f

j C. W. DOWNING, Secritaiy Mate.Mav Ladies and Gentlemen's suj er. Merino Veils. Tax Collector's Sale. Family Linen and Planter's Drilling.Cottonades 10 Cotton OMiaburghs, S1LT. per sack.. .. . . .. . '

I 3, 131. n Cm ALSO, B Y virtue of t authority in me bv law vested. I Lave Nankeens. 1 Blankets BEARD ,tSt

'i/cil nnd lexiei] and Huckaback Diaper. Marks 23 1851. S3
A ( ujHin three liundred twui- 4 August ,
general assortment of Fall and Winter Kerey ,
Boots. Clothing. ty acnf land, 1 lyin in !>' >n Count. itua'ed about Red-tick. Richmond Stripes. 250 pieces Calico,

I DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patent Shank Boots. ALSO, ten mieNortl.itt! of Tallahassee, i.n the waters of Moss Matlrajxesi, &..C.Coats' 10;l ** GinghiUiis Tallahassee Cotton Warehouse.ry .

April 5.J831.; 13 JAS B. GAMBLE.Plows. An assortment of Ladies Gaiters, Walking Shoes, Llack Creek, |tirjM rtmi,; to 14'loii!; to Fobrnn Arm- Spool Cotton. 25 Tick assorted, withA -
and Kid S-iprmrs. For sale at the lowest prices by stead, uid will be offered for "ale, in front of the Marshall'!* fine black linen thread on spool. general ortment of Dry CJoo-U for Family and HE un.1cr'irned i is now prepared to rwerrefl1 fcrwr

2 X f\ CAST Sweeps in btore, and for Rile at low Septcmlxr 2 1851. 38 4t the 3d day of f November next,within legal hour few cheap chairs. BERRY ROWLES. Auctioneers tc. in.f to this market lie bciiiiing w fre-pT'J .
JVI rates. J AS. B. GAMBLE. To bo Mild to frati-fy the Taxes due thereon for the Common rocking chairs. October 4, ISl. 39 immediately opposite the Union PDk, raaT -
April 6, Kll. 13 Piano for Sale. year 1850. D. McRAENY, Hi'sli! post fied( steads. ket IIou e. There i is now. also in eoriL '
Wash stands &.C. &.c Sldi tr
A FIRST-RATE the above, in ci.nrc of erection fronrof
ee-nd-hand PIANO, for rale low Tax Collector of Leon Couitv. G. J. Just Received from New York. a-
Law Firm. _t X the of all ur.drr the mnimet5
Apply at this Office. July 2f., 1P51. < 3m storage Crttoa '
t BREVARD will in Augu 16. 1851. S2 (if July 10, l 1St. 27 tf OPICEPOyte-rs Pickle A BEARD < practice co-partner sorted. Brandy Peaches Lemon Syrup. Vinegar. be ho\l htn>it>fTtP.'tl'f .
ton and
Bagging &c. r.s may sent to him
all the Court of the Middle Circuit ofFlorida. CoPartnership.rT .
] Castings. ') ; PIECES Kentucky JlajKiiijy Cider and Wine. African Red Pepper (in Coffte.) for thf delivery of the Cotton in tAe OMI'
Office iu ,
Tallahassee.JOHN A GENERAL ,, 51i culls Rope, undersigned have ttsi day formed a Copart- Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Y %a-t Powder in l'ackaes, I iu whirh it 1.* wired.Tlie .
BEARD awoitmcnt of Pot, Ovens, Spiders, 20 bales X nerahip under Arm of G \ J. Ale inniv.GEO. Tobacco, Donance. Caswell, Whites Th> Grape Bo-t subscriber is alo prepared, a* COft
T. W. BREVARD. -Li.. Kettle*, tc, tc: which we offer low. fJunny Cloth, 11 '
Chewing, 4 Pipe Martell Brandy, Whiskey from 1323to .
Which will be sold at low Weigher, to weigh with correctness an
February 1.1851. 4 tf September 20. IBM. 87 HEIR A RUST.A ririecs.JAMIS B. GAMBLE. Judy- 1 1S31. JOS. R MEGINNSS. '51-JPipu Madcrui Wine, Sugar Crushed and Cottona delivered within the corporate R1/ nj

I- I Card. September 6, 1851. 35 tf Powderod. Loaf SugiU-, Hamlhu be.t Smoking Tobacco Miaisee. and may at all times be focnd at}"* ,,
Shoes. cxcrcin South Florida Arrow Root. Powder keg and ,j. Shot Assorted sizes, Cof- Cotton YirJ, ready and willing1 toCHARLES accomm a
rJ"IIE of Miss
t f ADIKS and Gents Rubber OvcrJiocR jut receiv.ed. J. CLAYTON'S SCHOOL will PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY f\ POUNDS fresh ARROW ROOT, just re- tVe, Java, Rio anti l I iguira, Painted Buckets, Tubs, A. >AS

I-J JAS. B. GAMBLE.Aprilfi the School commence House on attached Monday to, September St John's Churcli.1, 1851, at HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 3K Vf ctived from Key Wet-t For sale low by Brooms Cedar Tubs Selves, JLc. All of which will Tallahassee, August 23, I8l. S3 ** -

1651. 13 G. A J. MEGINNISS. be sold low for cah by .
_ August '.'3, 1851. :S3 tf Capital Stock, 300000. Septe'mUr27,1851. S8 4t A. II. FELKELL. Plank BoaiJOTICE
Leon and Gadsden
Spring Goods. October, 1851. SO tf
Notice. undersized. Agent cf the above Company,
THE of
rpJIE subscriber is opening to-day a fimall invoice lIE prepared to take risks ii jiint Fire on buildings Clothing. \I is hereby given, that Books sarL

J. of Dress Goods, Bonnet Ribbons, Florence Silks, T menl underagned in his busing having, rrqueMs inaoe some all new persons arrange indehtd ana their contents, on the moct favorable term WE arc now reeeiv'in? from New York, a general Bagging, &..c."O den IN Plank tion for Road the Capital Stock will of be the opened Leo" on-

At, wbich he offers at very low prices. to call and settle up. In future ten-ill keep F. 1L FLAGG, Ageut. assortment of FALL and WINTER CLOTH ECEFv'ED and fir sale, (per brig Charles A. Coe, day the 30th instant Company at the, office of F. Hj-'p

April 5, 181. 13 JAS. B. GAMBLE. no books, but PC1I!! his Roods exclushery for cash or Tallahassee, June 7, 1851. 22 ING, which will be sold low. -Ll' from New York,) Tallahassee, under the superintendence -

produce, and by so doing he will be able lo fell at HEIR A- RUST. 10<"> pieces Gunny Bagging. and at the
The D. P. Hogue, D. C. Wilson, Flagg,
j Corn, Oats, and Hay. i ihe lowest living prices, which he promises to do, Forwarding and Commissson Business September, 1851. 37 tf 20 CoiL superior Bale Rope, P. W. White, in Quincy,under the 5peTtitC1t

I BUSHELS heavy white Corn and request*his old cuMomem and others wishing AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, 50 T>ounds Bagging Twine. C.: IL DuPont, A. IL Lanier, R Baker, and .

.I 200< > Oats, buy low, to give him a call. He has on hand a good IN the Wai e.hIones heretofore occupied by Mesirs.HRODIE DANCING ACADEMY. C. C. BYRD. ris, .
60 bales Hay, asoitmentf.f. Shoes, Hat. Caps, P.lankt, Cotton &. PETTKS, will be conducted by the undersigned September, 1851. 38 tf C. H. Dt1FO'

Now' landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale by *nd Woollen Goods, &c., fcc., for lamily and planta- who will endeavor to give as general sat- B K. LOll P,Professor of Dancing,respect fully B. BAKE

McNAUGUT A ORMON'D.cwport lion us-es. i-faclion as did their active and industrious piedeces- S l informs the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity Hats. L R. HARRIS

March 22,1651. 11A January 4,1651. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. sot BEARD! &, DENHAM. that his School for instruction in the above accompli -
General assortment of Gent faslnoncble Moleskin August 16,1851. 2
July f, 1SSI. 20 if hment will be opened on Friday, 31t Oetolier at A
and l Beaver, Drab and Black B.B. Un Flour &c. 7 o'cloe-k, P. M, for adults, and Saturday 1st November
Summer Clothing.
; Black and C >loreil Sportuig Hats, for men, boys and Groceries.JUST .
New Goods for Fall and Winter. at 10 o'clock A. M, for juveniles, whero all the
B. CLARK has just received from New York, 1'O BARRELS best family Hour, youths,just recce-ivcd. And for tale by
New Orleans'
3 casks Rice, HEIR of HEIR i RUST.
a general assortment summer clothing of Lord
from Baltimore, nn assortment of Plantation taught BbLs. No. I, ,
SO barrels Potatoes -
and which will be told the October lSl. SO tf
variety style, on ,
; every 6 firkins best Goshen Butter. Good, A-c, doconsisting in part of the follow- September 20, 1851. _37 3m 50; Ex. Flour.
most reasonable terms, at the well known store on
Claik Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale bvMcNAUGHT lug articles: Cotton and Linen Osnaburg S-I, 7-8, 5 Rectified Whiskey,
Monroe St. forrf.erly occupied by &StiIlman. Just Received from New Orleans. Preserves dec.TUST "
and 44, Prowit Shirtings and Drills and 5 Prime Sugar,
t 10-3,
Also tine lot of Cloths and Black Doe- kins A ORJIOND.
a Fancy
Brown Sliirtins Flaiiis 1 BARRELS Superfine Flour, received Pocahontas" from New York 5 Cask Sides
Kcrseys, and
Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 Lineys, 200 per -
Ca htnarette Col'd. and White Ju'
'' Drilling, Drap'Efe.White pair Negro Blankets, and 20 pieces Bed BlinkeU, 2 Ilhds. Choice Sugar, J Ginger, Jellies, Jams, West India Sweetmeats, 3 Shoulders
and Marseilles%
which Fancy hei is ,Sat ins and Fancy Silk Bagging, Rope and Twine. Black, Mixed and Fancy Cashmere for Pants, Kentucky 8000 Lbe. Bacon Sides, and Shoulders, American Sweetmeats, Lobsters, Clams, Salmon, Asparagus 6 Time* S. C. Hams
Vesting prepared to manufacture in "
p Jeana Sattinetts and Felt Cloths, FlanneX 1600 Sugar Cured Hams, Horse Radi-h, Natural Preserve*. Quince 4 Bagged Hams
4 such a manner aa lo |>lea e the most faatidioui.ALO JUST received, a good supply of OmroT, Dundee, Bed Tick. Bleached Sliirtings and Sheetings of all 10 Bbk Irivh Potatoes, Jelly, Brandy Peaches, Brandy Fruits, Green Peas, 15 KegsNo1Leaf Lard,

1 and! Sea Inland Bopping, Bale Rope, widths, Toweling, Cambrics, Handkerchiefs, Prints, 5 Onions, Assorted Pickles. Spiced Cheese paste, London Mustard 2 LbLs. Crushed Sugar, <; galet>*
A'full atsoiment of Shirts Drawer,Kid and Thread and Twine, which will be sold a. low &. in the 10 Sacks Rye, French and Meal on hand,anJ*Vt
Collar 1MW. Col'd. any Alpacas, Mutlin dc Lain, Ginghams, to, Ac Mustard, Orange, Peach, and Rose Wa- Corn constantly
Gloves Silk
tl market Call and see us. All of which will be Bold low. B BbU. Leaf Lard, For pale br ter. For pale byBERRY for cash by ILFELKELL.October .
Cravats, Hdkf Boot, &r.
A RUST. BOWLES. Auctioneers,
5 1631. 13 tf
I April September 20, I51. 87 tf September 20, 1B51. 21 tf October 1851. 33 October 4, 1Sl. 3J 4, lSI. t9