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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: November 22, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ry CHARLES DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 22, 1851. VOLUME III---NO. 46. ."

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"$' l d HEARTS her power, she continued her baflillagr.U as laughing, and sound of their m'rrvice" ?,: filled with fears as he looked upon it. Carefully I i no accusations mingled! with her bitter I patiently ; you do not even seem to consider .
: E I5IRAlfGtD AhJ now, if had taken chatting they passed out-t the' he refolded and closed the paper, almost upraidings of her husband's conduct She' me a friend."
fr> you only
compassion
t Tdti i: IF LIFE. nn: her, and i married her-" 1 leaned carriage back rattled otT, and Howard Dorranco reverentially he pressed the package to his : was tie: injured one, and she resolved that How can you say so, Mr. Graham ?t'. and ,

I -"o- J:1OX, I \vL u to God I had !!' broke from Mr.Dormice's j ttlcncc brooded in his chair, and in solitude and : lips, and then, with a deep sigh, he leaned his i ''I her husband should confess it, and PUO for she extended her h.nd.u I have always i iI
Rd
the I
]Bf rq"-' lips ; and his wife read: truly in his heait over bitter emotions of,, head( upon his hands, and nvised for hours. pardon beloro she would restore him to favor. thought well of yon ; but yon must see htnr

, eM.\rl'a If. his now Kid, pale face, that with no idle I The tortured him The clock struck one-t\.o-still his wife i \..at had she done ? No''iing Hut he no imprudent you have been to-night-whnt a' ,

' reaUy 'sped1og t lo go meaning had those words been lung from his dared not present that ; the future,-he c me not, and with impatience added to displeasure I words wee sufficient to express the measure I |posiiion yon have placed me in, if my hus. '
1 'ul you arv heart. imagine ; and so he fell to he went down into the parlors, and I of *s condemnation. A noise startled her. band should'appear now I wish }he would;

!,1 i you.didu't; for a In a moment he was subdued I ; she spoke thinking W.at: of the there past I I! ror another weary hour paced the long rooms ': She looked up. Her comb had fallen from i iI' though I wish he would !" she added! eagerly .
un; f in
was that
;;: sore to bring a deeper to and fro. Not .1 sound fell his ca1save her head with it the veil and 1 I "I would
bearing :
1 vas gOIng' to be such a 1no more tauntingly, for the feelings which gloom, to his brou upon I' heavy' ; not explain one word to him ;
'
.Ilt -a deeper sadness to his I I "
.
't. I Wme, did t you!" was ther tender vcrds had failed awaken, ; ? the low ticking of the French clock in now her rich black ises "ell in masses over 1 he should suffer what he deserves to suffer." '
.,;, .>1\. :8t sprang eyes the boudoir, and, now and then the distant her cloa' 'f "
with
utS\\'r. up iu Jill their strength; at the first breath of j There were memories opera contr.isti.ig: strongly sought well of me, repeated Edward;
of
, :i .;'I' hl ; lroud tiLt cubed :>5 lie that passion of which she had so unjustly accused which he had wrong and injustice rumbling of carriages. I its snowy wI'tmess. S'Ie fling back her I i Graham, "you have thought will of me, you
:'j"Dl'rrHl'l done
'', ': ; her husband.From auoter-a most cruel He stood in the centre of the suit of rooms, I h..ir from her temples, which! were throbbing} : i say ; Margaret Dorrance, if your whole heart

,> 1 i; I have been so foolish as'Vu.u t that night, Margaret Do-ance liar- From wrung.that sin and looked around him. This home that he painfully! ; she pressed her small, jeweled I i'was freighted wi"i love for another, if hi*

i :: f tlat} "\Ufor once yvld your bored n"t I ; in her bntom-from that blighted .uitHeaier was he now galhenn"1. its I! had fitted up so luxuiiously l for his young hands over them, and rising sl.'wly, while her' voice was the, only music: that yourears caredto

.I : ; }\ kuw'CI Y tt 'U.now.ill'1' .!1 night' she felt in her heart the truth of thisSClipture I and heavier biiile-the drawing-rooms, with} its gorgeous cloak fell to her feet, she caught the reflgo! s !t I Ition listen to, his smile your only sunlight
'JU
sank
::' his heard within} of its windows of her antI
; carpet woven roses, lolly symmetrical richly robed fo. would he satisfied that should
, ,.,.'.I'.>"M\l* of Ia.ne:1..' : 'l'<*for' \lr8.1 I I I passage, "Love is strong as death; him, as he recalled;, step by step, tho iuf.ituation !;I curtained with satin and 11l'l\"itY'\\ ; lace, : in the mirror opposite. Fascinated by hern think veil you of in return \l"one only I
you
is cruel 1
regard meL jcalou-iy us a : the coals thereof
which had
! ,: j i 1'oI1 any grave lured him '
r i to break his
:1 ; on its antique and lichly-carved fuinitiircand all wild she! drew Mrs f
-n gleaming beauty, nearer Dorrance's bro
dilated with
,,',mI.l) have spared! me are coals of fire, which lath a most vehement : vows to the noble-minded) b eyes
\u whom he
l 'I"" '. dO feist from I flame." ng first i the exq'iKiio ornaments that artcot'ld furnish, c lls1lin;, as she did so, her fallen boquet surprise, then dropped beneath the steldyand
hJ any had
.u wooed. His
;" breast ,
t. .; : heaved tremulously, !;.lor wealth buy-(tho music room, w'Ui its splendid I Alas thus destructively was she trampling burning gaze that met her own.
.,::11, i I:, for I shall Dot accompa- and his eliong frame fctiivc: .' with tIle' storm
'II r I
? CJIA1TEK II. of that 14 ; instrument, its rare old paintings: and its down her life's .rs. "Mr. Graham} ," she said, "I am a wife! ,
flashed but look. thought swept through him. I marble statuary-the little boudoir for her Me she sa.', '.. still looking! on her linage I and I cannot listen fo such words ; I begyou
t p,, r' iH''I( Frivolous and heartless Margaret Dorrance "i cs, yes" he muttered, as ho arose, and of "
own especial use, with! its windows stained in the glass. Is it possible that Howard to leave me now. Had! I ever dreamed that ,
l h1,!!and, -he met a glance as i may have appeared in tho preceding with a heavy step( paced the lloor I ,
and
: \c ,
,' 'r yes, glass rose-colored drapery, its languor- Dorrance has treated me so sharnefi'l.'y; ? How ,your kindness to me arose from other feelings
1(1, own. the! 11:14UC'l'f yet I chapter, she was not wholly BO. Gladly; I deserve} it all1)! punishment is .! i .
'\ i I jusi j inviting lounges, and its mirror-lined( walls- many times before I was his wife diu: he promise I t t";: n those of frien.l-hip, I should never havo
:.ilp,,?, ; an1' tt'e'vas!, Nimething i! would she have thrown her arms around herhusband's : How gladly would 1 now exchange the wild '
could
: she
which I why not be satisfied within sack I to study I only I my wishes ; and now, he-I met it as I always have!"
,1':1: \\-rving gaze\ 1 1 neck, acknowko0i'ig Jo 1 him that I and passionate \ ,r!hip which I bore !1
'. :'' M Margaret precints to live for him, even as he had hoped c..usc I persevered ii: the accomplishment! off lIe did not turn his from ho
.' d !t't'" ,'''* already t '('m.U all the unkind things the had paid in | for the calm love which '1 eyes her as
\\ i:; I.of anger once beat in: ni} to live for her ? I Ply one desire, he has vented his passion answered, _
., ? ,, ,;. \\ 'It l ::1 i \i relent offurt, she I bbc had not meant one, could she have i heart for another. Hut it is too lato '
too
oJ "f I luv'!I |I He pressed his hand to his head ; it was 1'ius insultingly upon me! paid, no regard try () "Yes, you are a wife-an unloved wifo
"
: < II : : bee tLat he with late !
, na"-i : ; sure truthfulness could I
\ I i throbbing plinfull.nod hot with fc\'cr.- before another these
feelings even
; adding abuse -
1 papers[ bespeak heart
/ '. ivl.m'Cbs' that 6urhunt1 you your own
vii'i : have taiiid the He
I same. I paused beside a crayon sketch of his '! Drawing aside (the curtains one of the front i to insult and she glanced down upon tells you that it is so. Margaret listen to
,., '." -li'\, \ 1.1 her Lnsbandl'. Often had be forgiven her imlwlsifc) words, wife which hung upon !the wall ; and now his i wiJo\\'s, which extended to the floor, he ; her arm. me ; you said but now that would, have

\ ''\ \, l.n. I\r, iti ill be as you say or''j and site doubted not he would again ; but lip ruirered with tenderness as he continued, raised it, slid back the bolt of the Yenitian I Tlc: sound which had before startled her rc\'enge-Jou cannot love, you who
one
Mr. Dorrance I piide'hepf her from seeking him. She deduced I '; Ah, Margaret, how careully: would 1 II shutters, and stepped out upon the balcony. i was repeated. A win ow.sllutt r crer',cd ; it o'er'on, while his heart is devoted tyrannizes to

j \ -.> :a llt P"1 emotions from h's breast, \ 'ch the : have guardcJ you from unhappiness! how The cool air refreshed! him ; now he heard might have: been the wind; ; but terrified) she another-you: cannot love-"
(;' i ;'i.it he ex'Hetel, ujsi: ofiiiOe could tcr bury from he i] fondly would 1 have cherished ''
,'I.' ::Jl'\ io'j'J.1. i 1 I 1 you throughall ;!the whirl of an approaching caniage. NearJ i stole from the room, across the hall, and into "I do, I do love him," broke out Mrs.
ti'f1; '< ilV 1a': compliance) Mgbt and duthe! : of them trials and all chlOes--Gnd I 1
; knowledge !
'' f ? : ; gract J and it and tae: back. The still hurnir Dorrance "
doubled that yoa I er nearer came, hastily reclosing library light was r I love him but too wdl ; but ho
,i'f r f" '5lt mo\'eJ 1 grew more awl more bitter to her. In assumed may never need the love which you have! sac- : the shutter, and dropf ing the wSm'o'.v' he there, and the first thing her eyes fell upon shall never know it ; I will! convince l him to
lIe
.1..11! //\dl t u :1. -u"'K; :t t. levity, thedi.guirtdthe workings; riiiced! to your vas.iiy." I stood : "
: 1 I I listening.On I was the open drawer, which her husband had I the contrary, and she sighed heavily as she
: i, i' *- l.'. .:i\\.' ,., "j'1' tl.it.i rli; fDt., as he saw, j/ which her husband' tre, t -J 1 her convinced oval of her fac the i ,
<
q H.U: I perfect regalaiily: i the: door, and now there was a quick ring. and read the name and date. It dropped from''; 1 by her harsh and hasty word*, she }had already !-
./. i, 'J.1\ ,. \i:-r;AIX':1.' that! wt wore better I her but the more I fully that she had forfeited{ i of her clis-ical features-the fasciuaitiig ex- i I I which Mr. Dorrance answered in person. It : her trembling hind, and hurriedly she looked j i perhaps, too well convinced hint.
?
,1. t -n, rji.\J tJ..Jl.\ .. j the I trite which, when she possess -tl, she had prcssicn of herf'tU hazel eyes, and murmuriu j was well he did, for Mattv's slumber was nu.broken. 'through the other mementoes. Dace she! I She crossed the library to the door and

> .1: fin. '", w'e'd'ue, .lC : ''fCtCtl. lacoiHkJtkir valued too li hd.r. Site is beautiful he larnded away. j lIe held the door open, standing in thought to tear open a package of letters, bat opening it said,

I D At I length she ceased to reproach herself.If And now his heart :,.'ew cold and; dead the shade of it, so that he was not observed.He I she dared not do that ; the ribbon that fastenetl I "I would have you this moment andas ..
L r.1l't'Ut. 1w '," -c (1 Im: 'd ; but lofts. she had dune in not studying her within him, as be recalled the heard go ,
!; wrong !I temptations to Mr. Graham say to his wife, in a them was sealed. At length she earn toI he approached she added if ever
: :; 1..11: 1.;::1 :11..1 :1" 11th tlugttt'J:: tout ; husband's happiness more, tie had i other : which she would be exposed, in the alienationthat low, familiar.tone, I the long curl of chesnut hair, and now her wish me to consider you in the light you of a

i \ (. sway iu hu bosuin, heeoard respects do te Letter by him, than ho by her; must neccssatily follow. the course of conduct \ "I am glad, my dear Mrs. Dorrance, that 1 I face blanched, and her lips grew pallid.t .- friend again, do not speak another word to

," j I she had given him a whole; heart iu exchangefor : which she bad chosen to pursue. you have resolved to appear more fiequently !1 Wrenching it apart, would have thrown me of love. I will bury the past within

' 1 t?, ..r I coiAiuco'l ,'.. :it it \YouldeveatuM"U I a divided one. Thus thinking, she determined I I He thought of the homage which she would ., in the society which you so ado.'n. V\ill you it upon the coals ; but suddenly the exprcssiou I ,own bosom, and trust you will give me my the

*. :,, : rKlii'i'lu": ; -", mJ1ft. to 1 upon a course of conduct t'.at' should I command hem the wot Id-theihttery which hreafterhonorrue with any commands that !, of her countenance changed a smile of I II same promise." **
1 i if-; : -ul'l.y: fi-r which 1 you have awaken in him the jealousy ho had dis I' she would receive, and which! no woman hafor? I and
, i' "" ; j'j I, can you may can assure you, that I j I triumph flitted from her eyes, she rejilac-1 He did not answer ; but ha raised her hand
, : Hi1,:;IIHM% i vufu'J' not seek tade- claimed. {I listen to without inhaling its taint ; and the reflection -! am too happy to be entirely at your service." {, ed It carefully the paper ; as she did so she, to his lips, and ii another moment I left, curs-

( I'IU of sir. ]11oru:1:: : e.: it. I Youl"or j *' If he has one spark of love left for me, smote upon f his heart, that hs wife, I Mr. Dorrance did not wait for his wife's re 1:t.looked towards the door. It was ajar and ing in his heart the precipitate haste which i

:I ,, '.:,':,,.. r",".:'iW i'.c'; bone ldd suns iu t 1 I he shall learn what jealousy is," she thought, now only frivolous and thoughtless, might become ply, but stepping forward into the light, hemet the blood crept chillily through her, from head j j would now place her upon her guard towardshim. ,

y:; ; 1 ?!.lie- id::: ..j'j, ,\ vial:t.t ; but Marga1 i I aa, on the! evening of the fancy party, her (I: -oh, it was too horrible to imagine them face to face. lIe forgot his usual to foot, as she met Edward Graham's eyes !I The front door swung to heavily after M

'" ,, c-'I''i.:1',111: :: :; ; :,'i us your tastes i I maid arranged her in the becoming Spanish He resolved! that he would make ore more I courtesy, his studied self posseion, as, d raw :[ bent upon her. With his finger upon his I him ; and Mrs. Dorrance went down to the

: \ '": I,1'} .'u :f."' .%. wonl i not onJy deprive 1 J dregs she had selected.I I effort to save her from that vortex of fashion! I ing hi. wile's hand ruddy from the arm on lip, he approached her with noiseless foot. drawing room, and bolted the shutters, which _

,::1:1:11: :''1:.','.t iV-Htg:! which God can 11 I Her long tresses, which were of a glossy and folly, which too often plunges in shame i which it rested, l-o: said steps. she thought Richard had left so carelessly unntnc"aa. -

,j .: ,_a: \y,-ii-4 i!! of hilk} -but your moral 11( nivjdish black were folded over high,; upon i'\'. and degradation those w hoha.c madly tru t11 j I will excuse YOU, i Ir. Graham from nj] I. u I)" nn. 1'.1.&._ 1 y .. -C.-.. .. .
'j ; raud lie I It bt f4 and fastened with! immense andit 1 ed its whir: Ho .!he will ,in moment how I came here. a n,1' .
J' .:: 1 II ''iJ11 t. ,;u ,' IgLted, t'ier head, an to woulJ pll"ad11h her for future attentions"towards my WIK-/ ; you t a 'f11er// "?? .tt..L u. upon the same fintcuil -
I ,. I wit'.er' in tlzci' ', I comb the bhdL-. the sake of her children-for I hereafter without : sit down will be ill look FO now where she had thrown hersE'lt.In hour
:., ?; "r i \: ':"j Jf { ganlly carved of rarest j his fake ; for, as, | not go into society, myprotv'c'Jon. ; yon ; you
.':. ,. ;" I ,.,"'. I,:, t..! 1,''..1.'.1''.1:.(',. 1 I.n..p see n i'I I' !H."t.:...et dr s was relieved by -. fall f ol f. he re-called their bridal days! he could not ." I j with your white face and pale lips.I.. dear before in such a storm of passion, she gave

i (Iht! t'1:, eat! ,,'*< v.'rrh!',' it produce,, i fine !lace around her exquiMtely turned throat :, smother the conviction tint beneath all her I I It was so Euilden. so unerpected: that both : Mrs. Dorrance, let me tell you how I worship herself up to reflection. She saw the dangers

" II' ,"I ',i. '1;. \', ':.',- of my bosom from and hastened with a single ruby. Jewelsl l 5; fiivolity and worMSiuess, there smouldered a L I' stooJ speechless: The next moment Mr. 1 you, that 1 may have some excuse for inI to which she had exposed herself and

tti'\ ; ,:: n'>f{ .''-',,, j'l.i:,*e your band 1 l Mitt rrd on her arms and her fingers, and i I.-1: flame which might yet sprint up to warmth i' Dorrsucc had closed the door upon Mr. Gra- i I truding upon you as 1 have done." she no longer wondered that her husband

.-. ,". I"::- v.,, ,',:'i:n ii'rht: &n<\I prom !Ni-niiy:: beautiful she looked, as standing l iJl"-. : and beauty. 1 j ham, without even exchanging the chililie Margaret's voice was hoarse, as she answered would have shielded her from the world and

.f : ; I : I \ '. h 1o111: : o'' 3i !' 1] fore the Psyche-j glass, she directed her! maid 11 l j i almost unconsciously, as he thought of his;i l. of parting. And now his wile's dark eyes i its temptations. And now her conscience,

i i a P.." 11,'ni, bal ,1,1'' 1 f\)r a moment, had.sr.t 1 I iti arranging the heavy )bl.ick lace vciihich,,, children, he turned his steps to their room., flasheJ vehemently,as breaking from his grasp,, I j Xo, you must tell me "nothing ; what once awakened from its slumbers, failed not

1, \: I i D) i-5'iKO:' rntjd.! That unfortnwfiii -1:!. resting. on her head fell in ca.less fuk's' almost .. : He ononed: their! door. A night-lamp burned I I : the entered the drawing room, and l threw : would he: say, it lie were to find you! here ?- to accuse her of her errors. The veil was f

'. ,! ; ; -* ,*' :gain: aroused the C.jI !I to her feet I dimly upon the mantle, but its rays werestrong 51 I : herself upon a velvet fauteuil. Her small[ (;0-go, I beg of you. I tremble to think of stripped away which self-love had thrown over I
I esttoneslm I II But Mrs. Jurr.mMVas dissaii I the rich and theI' it !" all, and humbled at the sight, she would I
'" !:' Mi, r' auslaud's.cari: apparently enough to reveal to him the sleeping g jl: foot beat carpet nervously, t : II
,4" ,. i isfei( for she glanced from her mirror to the.1 I babies upon the couch. Rabies they still[ 'I soft color of her cheeks deepened, until they'i| "I will go, if my absence will relieve you have gone to her husband with penitent confessions I

"*. t'.r.!' 1 vi 1I"< haul)' he essayed to claf j j"i jt [> toileitaUei.ere a profusion of ornament' I! were ; for little Harry, the eldest, was scarce ':glowed like the heart of the ciimson rose, ', an}'. Oh, Margaret, if !I dared to plead with had it not been for the relics of the '

t ,,, |I.. l,. I! was PcalU'rod in open caskets and elsh-.1 I three years old, and Ida's second summer wasbut which tier white fingers were now fiercely .you; to go with rue Why will you stay to I past which the open drawer had revealed to

1"Ili i ': '" h v,ell." "':o said, 'but tjo el 1. i. H\f eyes Aril vpon her superb boquet ; fedz-.1 I! now approaching. t tearing to pieces. I I subject yourself to such treatment as I have her.

r ::1., r' :1, -e l' !I'"> .VO.T 1noti1 \. .-- !; ing it, she lure out a crimson japonica ant I I I 1\1 r. Donauce bent o\'ert11em, tracing in his t I As her husband followed, sha turned her.', witnessed this night ? Dear Margaret, will I cannot doubt that he hat loved me," I

!1., r, {I.: '?awl !n)' rr:::r. .r, \'OU are ('i n ; reiuming dIe Jewel l which had looped bad i.l bojr'b fine countenance the features (his w ife;;; head disdainfully from 11 m. Each time that t "von not let me droteet'0u from him ?" she said to herself as she recalled many incidents -

...'!':'. rl, trj MY-i.l'! ; :slat, coa'iefueutly: | r, the veil froai f.her face, the jcplacvd it will i :while lightly round the plump and dimple]I i he essayed to epea't, she answered him with; '' Mrs. Dorrance's mind was pre-occapied.Situ .- of their married life, "I cannot doubtit

,;.t.1.:: -, 'J JiiorriMrsof. 1ait'U'. I 1''! the liower.rlj I face of baby Ida, fell curies that would haves scornful tautitbg words: until at let-*th stung\: evidently did not understand his uiean- and it is 1 who have driven him back to

.j. ,\ "' '" itc: U-l'U( ;hs' 1. b 1 hool I.gu It was all that was needed, Her d esi ( matched his own in boyhood. I to madness, he seized her arm, burying his 51 i i tug, for she answered calmly, memories of his first love. Bat he wronged

:i i'.t':!> ;:1'Iw;!I away Kbctty, and happiv i* was now perfect, and wondei fully becomingu '.1 As he looked upon them, so beautiful in then r nails in the flesh. I You are very kind. I am sorry that yon me in concealing thai from me ; had I known

j .11:: a !kl'ath-DoW, at t twenty, yoi u \ her large dark eyes, and their heat,j f' dependent and 1 helpless! infancy, he questioner 1 II Margaret will you have no mercy upon have' shared !his anger with me ; but you must I his heart had once been another's, I should

: "ii.imur.! me, nun-like, if you could ;- ,I sweeping fringe, and her rich !hat tnaiapai whether'' all his words might not prove power," me ? do you see that jou arc making a fiend 1'' excuse him for my sake. I never saw him j have been more careful of it ; bat I was too

I 1 i.,...t upon biit more rears of experiIVihaps !irontlv! n"r clear coma h.xeu f. she well re''esented i-1 i 1 less, when ever tae profound joys of mater, I,! of me li.tSIe I so rude before. As for,tne,. coald have forgiven I confident of my own power. Now if I should
.r. by tuat time, the \\'ol'hfri the nation whose costume she Iiadc hoI I; uity": had failed to give his wife a fondness I' did not scream, although" her arm qoiv-i I and forgotten all hail it not been lor tell him that I have done wrong, that I saw l''
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; 'o'(< affil i jiill: with me, as they have I for home pleasures. | ercd with pain : she did not seek: to shako |; this," a.id she pointed to the table ; see I my errors, how he would exult over me, always !
and j sea.A she) ather exulted in the : tcreIr.: : Graham, he does not love me ; he holding his first love as a sort of
''ra< and then I will fetay at home 'I caniage rattled* over the stones, and And now, unfortunately, another change him ofTas before ; up
1 i ;..''Ub ttteu It) your heart's coutuat; but now, j drew up in 'bout of their mansion. I Il came over him. I j, i idea that l.e hail added personal violence to i never has ; there lie th', hoarded mementoes bugbear to frighten me into suLrni sion No x

i' : JU iti tK( much of OJe." I l Airs Doirauce ))1U'tt'd the curtains and I I will not stoop to 1lead," ho said. Irs the rnoiliucntion he had inflicted upon her, by 1!J of a deeper love. Tell me, for you must he shall not do that. I will adhere to my first

,I A Win. colduess settled on Mr. Dor- I i glanced' out. She saw a young man alight, : marrying, she assumed the duties of a wife his uiveittleiiianly: : treatment of %l lr. Graham know, was my husband cveryour sister's professed purpose ;"he shall think that / too have me '

r,lcc'e, fate, as he listened to his wife's ua- and ascend the flops. t I i and mother. I will hereafter bo responsibly'': so she smiled coldly, and answered, mock- i'' lover?" mentoes.

I"d' and \\ieardct-s aiifiwer. "It ;is all right, Matty," said she; "throwmy for her fulfilling them properly.! My name bigly 1 Edward G.aham's thin lips were compressed So fostering spirit of revenge, she put

"Wke\ of my motives, )Margaret I cloak around me, and tell Mr. Dorrane I i I shall not be disgraced, nor fc'iull these chi. i iI t ';Your own evil passions, sir, have converted s! tightly, and his gray eyes glittered with out the lights and went back to the library.
\I ..a wheu I the fiend which allow ; stcel like brilliancy, as he answeiwl, Taking a slip of from }her own writ-
though they were other ihaa I J he comes Louie not to wait up for dren receive a heritage of shame. I have tried you into you a paper
pr.(. II : and which I Yes, Mrs. Dorrance, when he first saw ing desk, she wrote upon it, EJ'aro.Iill-
,. w\a\raid you idean l>y t1to t" me. I kindness in vain, and will now see what a : you are, cunnotdNputc nor 1 I I II
111tr\ tA y ibis, if you will! have me ex- I' !Ir. Dorrance Is in the library, marm ;- husband's authority can accomplish." I j even doubt," she added, as glancing her I you he was Helen's betrothed. : night. Amor ft contanlia" Then enclosing

J", '' Una. U'ttjour jealoud/ofine, and'' he came in before the clock struck nine." I In this mood, he returned to the library ; he ,, arm, which! he had now released, she saw a I "I will bo revenged upon him," she said : the lock of hair which she had severed
(f :!I:.e attentioa j blood .ho its polMiedsurd quickly, while her eyes flashed with their from Graham's head, she laid it in her unlocked -
1 4 1 receive, and the Ad. Very well ; I will pass through as I go j drew his chair up to his writing-desk, and uni I drop of trickling vu I[

IIJ'I'hiclt: : 1i4u.c at I artiest, which 1 1Ijlk. out ; aud, Matty, you will f kit up fur me. 1 II i locking a drawer, lifted from it, one by one, '! flct'roulld it she wound her fine cambric fire. drawer.
:, you EO j I handkerchief and rising would have left the I A hilf-s"pprcsscd: smile wreathed Gra She went up to her children's bedchamber,
lily de to )deep me would rather have you than Uichard. You J the souvenirs of the past; that long had lain ,
:rom tllgzr'fararcd" ham's lips as she spoke ; and when she arose, and, after awakening Matty, she stole softly
I
know you can nt with the children after the there hidden and undisturbed. room. I Ilr. ,
,". !! other servants have gone to bed." II There were packages letters, sketches ofI : Dorrance stood between her and the and taking a pair of scissors from a workbasket into her own room for her night dress. What
3 3I
\ him asked : her to find her husband still
\\kl aid was surprise
1 near, approaching permission up
Malty yarned ; and after her mistress left I heads, unfinished landscapes' and beneath all door.
I : I
.flu. {", re,u its hQ answer, anJ'sbc continued, .',! thc room, the muttered to herself! of tl'ej: lay a garland ofgay-coloied autumn leaves. Margaret, you maddened me," ho said to cut a lock of hair from his Lead, when she had supposed him asleep long ago.
Lj'' t I Ji-uL know that I \'iolent-i ten he could not restrain the exultant glow which He was standing beside the mantel, and his
at nic hi that way. I Ltog of: hardship it was to work all day and sit up The scrap of paper which labelled it, bore the j I did not was
.'tt:'.:, ifm Lave anything to aa3, gay it all night ; but when the;went into the loom words, "Fiou Helen, Egerton woods, October I to me-we must have an und rstandillg." lit up his features. I face was as white and rigid as the marble
l'l'tJu. adjoining, where the cliiidieu: were hlccping, 1 18th." HI understand you now, thoroughly," she She laid the hair idly upon the table, as she :!1 upon which he leaned. Her heart accused
it been feather a scentless her but she would not listen to its better
had or
) "let would a ;
larrarel'. you cannot what the frown upon her face was chased away bya 1'cfoie him rose the, noble old forest, where answered ; me pass.
.
,i ,'' :,J(" .>asv' Selfishness! mean It for you Kmile, for he loved the dear little ones he first had met one whose tastes and inclinations I No, I will not. You must first promise flower, and then he saw th?t, in his eager promptings.
was your for tho advancement lie is the to make the
had one first
haste he gleaned hope concessions -
low chair their lies thaf!- ,
near with his
l"nw.fullM much that 1 fondly. Drawing a exactly accorded own. j me
I' as my own, couch "Must!I" hissed( Margaret, "must I shall I of his purpose where there was no hope ," she said to herself, buf she waited ia ,
her head
wnostly) sought to rive you a vain for them. He
|: l" 'for The ftamacfiK'uu: of fashionable 1 l.rJ' ,. and l lis sooi tleeping as EOUII I.' as they. the innate dignity of her manners, the loveliUfcfs promise you nothing." Then subduing her for him. saw her gather her things '
I : she"added with When I I must beg yon, as the friend of my husband together, and leave tho room,without making
"**' 'My line, is nothing I' 1kmwtjiIt"lr Dorrance defcctdc-d: to of her truthful countenance, asfiistit impressed self, more dignity,
j,J 'Jn: nwytlung j.i my to hupjmes8 be |sacrificed on the the library, and paused beside the t'oor.I .- i itt If upon him then ; and, more than you are over: your passion, and can treat me ," here Graham's: eyes resumed their ,' the slightest motion to detain her. t .

r .''::"j of. "4Iat.h;' !Mnrgaret if were I I I I,I Ilur heal, beat quickly ; she trcmUcd at( the ,, all, tho well-balanced mind, and the mature properly I I will listen to you-uot before. steel-like glittering, but the unconscious Margaret There was no sleep for either that night ;
,
f' h inikroiriair you while t thought of bearing her husband's dill' ':(ure, I judgment, which had afterwards been dcvcl- You will listen to me note," said Mr. continued, not to expose omit unhap both were conscious of error : each imaginedthe

IIIU a 'rlwul-I: {1 was avay doubly your liberty so "in cowi-1 t! yet she dared not leave the bonus without .I oped to him, as day after day he lingered bj'hr I Dorrance, determinedly, and clasping her pil1e s. I know not how much you have seen, other guilty of a wrong.

1I.J': 'i? rny Lajijmiesg into the bands of one." !|I his knowledge Sommoning all her courage, tide. He felt the flash that mounted to I hands, he held them! firmly between his own. nor how you saw it, for I thought the door I Howard Dorrance had been aroused from,

? jjrci'viili entire Mr. Dorrance the entered the room. i his temples, as in contradistinction to such a I "I will not ; I will not listen to one word. closed upon you, as I cam into the Inuse. the reverie in which he had indulged after

fI d I .Wou<."r tJ.t.otl:;you ever, t'jougbt' of mr;, I am sorry that you arc not going with being, another vision rose before him,-that Let me go ; let me go, Howard Dorrance. I "I will explain to you.'.interruptwl Gra I leaving his wife, by hearing the shutting of .

H\: thit jii'ti "ld.maid. Miss Helen Grati me this evening, Howard, but 1 looked in to of the petted!, spoiled, va'ri beauty, who had I will not bear this. You are a brute I hate ham. When your husband shot me out sortideiy i' the front door. Hastening to, tho window, .

ban,/T-1" b t'Xlcl'jl! suited to and came say that you need feel no anxiety about me ; left her home that night, lilllo dreaming: Low you Oh, heavens 1 wi ish I never had married I observed that one of the drawing fearing that his wife, in her impetuosity, was

J't .nn'? for you, saiJ.yon She was your flil'ml2r.. Graham! is my courtier."- dangerous would prove the Eolitudo to her !" and exhausted: by the effort she had room shutters Iftul! been but slightly closed, fleeing from him, he had seen Edward Graham -
one
{ every sank back the and still remained unfastened. I sent the leave the house. Struck with surprise -
herself she
1
air
t'cr)' one for for she dete ts Her tones went kind ; but there Wlsm husband. I made to free upon
L* ae much as yon, can, anti is&always par. of embarrassment unusual to her, that s how. lousing from this reverie he opened afolded fauteuil, and burst into an hysterical fit ofI hackman ofF and stationing myself upon the and supposing, of course that his wife musthave .
" 1 i you I watched, fearing that Howard admitted him, he had tortured himself
-'LCIg t0 aj domestic cd her conscience was not perfectly at ease. It contained a pale-blue with. weeping. balcony,
Ue) >oat : happiness, paper. I I I
; looked his and nut her tears were not salutary. They arose might have been to some club meeting, and with suspicions, until his brain was iu a
Dorrance and of
ivucb jd w oe rot It isa JJity i< that you Mr. sternly upon wife Bred Dower, a sprig myitie-leaf, ,,
influence of wine and that whirl.
,I t ht, i isn't it!f" as he answered, I did not expect 'this. You the word' in his own hand-wiiting, "Wood- I!j I from wounded pride, from mortified vanity returned under the ,
Mr. OurrUlcc' face reddened. He turn. told me you would not go to-night." lawn, May 20th, I Men.." j jA from excess of passion ; and when her you might suffer from his violence. I could Thus were two hearts, each fondly loving

(ti 1 away. all d paced the rooai buiriedly. No, I did not. 1 said from, the first thatI I }*, ho remembered that evening well ; and! t j( husband, subdued by them into a calmer I not account for the change: in his manners in the other (one from tho faults of education

HI'' wife coutinued, "Iiiey' sa lltat be- I should positively go. Von paid you would i this emblem of constancy, how it smote hint i' state, sat down near her and tried to soothe any other way. I saw all, and after he had incapable of making the sacrifices which love
f fir. 1 y : her with her kind left the room would have come to you, but I required-tho other forgetting to make allowances
| waved
him
'/Carne home from scoot, were not accompany me, and I answered > ou that 1 now! FJr dlIlc.not the flower t poke her, she from -
n *atjvc to her; now, feeiioudv;you, don't ery you I, of course that would bo as you wild.ou ." as plainly as words could have done, and his 1: and fobbing out, at eacli! attempt to open the shutters wider, I for the tendency of that education,)

hk r was better suited) to than I H" \ elided me in that answer, Mrs. Dorrance heal answered, I fly those hours of tenderness I Go away ; go away. I wish I were dead, saw that I alarmed you. When you went now still farther separated by a whirlpool of
advk l you I would bo of tile reach of out into the hall, I crept carefully and quick pride, jealousy and passion.TO .
; Dorrance I paused P,1di hi* wife, and. mull 1 presume, intentionally. those days of joy, thou art not forgotten! 1 I and then out your had the
Minn Her face cmnsoncd but her husband ly in, and divining that you gone to ( BC COXTIXVED.)
from these
eruii-tured ho lncwel'cd calm.f ; continued Oh, Margaret, save uio memo. tyranny. _
I gaze ___
You l know the
Mr. Dorranco answered not a word, }but library I followed you. F11'IES *
lies!I"AnJ
to his chamber. rest." is a fowl's neck like a bell ? When: \
from the
vV", Margaret t. I do. I think you will live to regret the step you now, unfoldhg a sheet of tissuepaper went straight room it's for .
? daunted the serious have taken io-uiglit ; I shall not molest i he lifted from it a long tress of soft brown And now, throwing! herself across tho fauteuil "How imprudent !1" was the exclamationthat rung dinner. ,. >
1jJ
tYUIlt? tone i in you buried her face ia its soft Why h in like house %
was said and hereafter." hair, which fell from his fingers in spiral Margaret escaped Margaret's lips.A a pig a parlor a on : '" 6
titc ,
fully convinced
; there had never Icon any idol l save her- Closing the door impatiently, She swept t culls aj he gazed upon it. There was no cushion, and for a few moments, gave wayto frown darkened Graham's brow. I am fire Because the sooner it is put out the het- t. -
1 I violent emotions. There ; Dorranceho said im 'ler.
,011 tiu: throne of her hucbund's heart, from the room without au&vvering. writing within. lIe needed: none, for hid eyes the must were I nothing to you Mrs. ,

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;i t. from t) drW 4& The Mississippi-Kossnth-His Letter to !vention to be held at day S The Camhria free soilera. Wiatnrop reeeivj coOl:

4, .c zonsIoi cf tho South \7estarn Rail Rra Mayor Kinjslaud, etc. ; ft rthin&jrnut. 1S31, to select delegates to represent the Arrived at New York on the 11th. Up to JJontwcll 45.000, and Palfrey 28 13 ),

.. r.., t Its influence 03 the Cooaiarca of Savaanah.Messrs Tlii Now \ork papvr* reciiwd last night'' ==::- -==-.. -.--- ------:-------------- -- State in the Baltimore Convention. j the time of her sailing, a large business had The New York Tturt Mj3 tU" Jrwh.gj

,: Jdi'tirsiave seen several articles are Jillod with accounts of Kosuth-ilL giving TALLAHASSfcK : : : RcsoIrcJ, That we indulge the hope that been done in Cotton ; prices were unscitl.nlj, and wai-s not of tint
C the extension of die there! will bo of in Georgi.i ro rie jojsappoi
lately advocating the in ait d'iil contr.idiclion to the muiors no diversity opinion owing to of the holders tr sdl. ( t of Gov.; Uoutwell" *
)j iSoutli Western Rail Road. Thcte have generally heretofore &.li1ied of a dilicuty! betwccn 9ATUKDAY. XOVEHEEaS, 1351. in reference to tha proposed act ionjiereiniiulicated eagerness exceeds the demand. 'p, e tree ""

i1: : looked to Pensarola as the gulf terminus. hni and t'l! oliicers of the .&iississippi, and should there l ho .1 concurrence The quantity offering largely I ers carried oTa heavy wii- poll\\ b

4 A3 I have uo map )heforv me, nnd am who! it i* said arc l.ijjhly i.i'iiqni&t. atth pub.hc. Sth-\V3terii P.i1 R.j !of opinion, we ;incite the joint action of here Sales -10,000( bale?, of which exporters -! M r. Palfrey ; and although the vote

p therefore unable to b.iy what would lie the t .%ti. n Oi'tlic Marseille's Ltb t. The fallowing t fore contacting jKirdes, Li s.iid Convention. took 6,000, and speculators. 2,000 bales. heavy, the Deaiocrata wamendouiiy
Our reaJero will tied in
:. ]length; of a ro.td, extending trom Oglethorpv !I. t'er to M-ivor ivingsluid: will ei.jl.uu: another column nn j 'l'bese suluiou3 s tem to us to scggett a (Quotations: for fair Bowed 5d., Mobile and thing before them." swept e.
i'ensacola, but that I sh.ul not In- 'eifftting communication from the Georgia
t suppose why Ko ;t; ilid! not couibto thii country iu reasonable basis oa which not only every Orleans 5Jd. fair had declined an eighth to a
;
far from the truth, if t estimate it at two hundred the .Iflitii'i t advocating the selection! of St. .Mtrks Tho ITetfcoiast
: :genuine Democrat can stand, but on which other unchanged. Cnarch Salt.
and miles. This farthing- qualities
: road for
must
: twenty a* the Gulf terminus to the South-Western I Judge Nelson hnsdeci.lpj
:' .. a long distance, piss over a sterile country, Letter to Kayar in31a:11. Railroad. In connection with this important jsnch WLigs as Toombs and others who believe Koseuth's reception hail been most flatter the Methodist Church the JQJ* |

( p iud oiio that can contribute little to its con To 7/is y/ewwr A. C. Xtt.tl 1, M.iyor of l that Northern Democrats are more conservative ing. The speeches made by him have disapi ( North andSotjft-
work, we notice that Mr. Tilt, member for favor of the Southern!
3 .t un. Nor i l-i this ail; should} the road the (Ci.y! / : T(1l York. Ler-'S' than Whigs can aho plant themj j i pointed friend and foe. Their moderation U i j ) claimant The 4j
: ; from Columbus to Mobile Hay, now ia part ller County, introduced a bill in the iou i is very lengthy, and
SIR : Time Tiiitt l States ordered the Sfenm O I soli:, es. Mr. Seward, the mover of these resj j (the theme of praise and admiration. A pub- j goes into an
under contract I ba completed the compcti- i-latur. on the 17tn to authorize the Govern I rate examination of the whole *
Tri;ate Misiinij to conduct rne out of my olutions, has been a prominent Whig. His him question Tt
.t. Inn woald tt-H fearfully upon thj dividends Ilto 1 ]lie dinner was given at Southampton, at j
issue bondj for
of
to SCOO.OCO
life becaue or Georgia of the Southern
and ficedom to right Chard
trttl'mI '
d prison !to by will! bo followed all those who' tea
: of the South Western Road. exaupb; by which he made a speech, stating more definitely Si1reja
tl >>o loincd anSI securrd to assUt in the construction f fund estimated *
% to activity.I by the N.
: There i ii however a point on die Gulf pos are not prepared to go over soul, body* than he had done before, the object whicl Y. /fa-aM t
rvjolntion t1icgreatct.hon.or
I hailed dis a? of a branch road from the town of mount to $750,000 U
net-sing in tny opinion, important ad van laces and breeches to the Northern Whigs." fully swirjaej t
the
which a man can nutt. 1 hailed! it ni a he hopes to accomplish! in England and
'
over any other yet named, for the proposed O lf thorpe, or some other point on the S. %V. j) i is left to after arbitrament to /
hope : n1 I co.i; I.ition: ti, thy down tio-J-K-n; tt. On Tuesday the llth, Mr. Tombs, U. S. United States. lie does not wish either of (LtPrTdne
connexion between tbe Atlantic coast of Road, to Alb.iny! : in akr County. | shall have *
they the
cr
but till not broken native lar.d. benefit of jjpt.'J
my bleciliiig Senator elect! defined his position, as well as tbij
in the
Georgia, and die Gulf of .Me\ieo., That those countries to engage any way in
.. I h.iiKl; it :isa hi'v eIc4'I! iig: ttti.ift'Li.: It is 'rhspi rather too early in the day to a division of the profits of the
I :]>ointis St. Marks. From! Si. A!arks to Tallahassee the future portion of the Constitutional Uj struggles for liberty in Europe ; but he desires property
ti.-n .*f 3-' ir glu'iir.H peoj'le'a ylnp:lthy! to )b? calling! the attention of citizens in tii3st! or by final
k die capital of the piei,4e: was (dim of the country to ti/u enterpiise, but wv I ital between
: n distance' of twenty miles, there i l.nr* ady a die two sections.
aim of ull the civleavora of life. editor of the Coislu'tonilist, who was present the whota Continent
by interfering always
; Rail Road constructed and in ojieratinn, and my hill b.? grtiitly disappointed if, in short I Tho Northern
An I 1 when with .eminded conscr.tni"nt the of the papers express the
that voulJ L Its ready and willing tocooperate tu iu > gives following account on the sideof absolutism.! He desires those
coainaay )bonrd the time, the opjx>itunity of connecting the cap- hopc that the defeated
of the! Sultan! I
: : stepped< j m ecU party \ il]
:
p widi the S outhVtster.i Road, or spt I two countries, \vhiuh are pledged to the doctrine
.- It6c-ipPi frigate: and once more five, bucauso itul of liwidi'ithi the rest of the world by b Judge Nelson's deciiiun
,t : would be. doubtless willing to sell their Road} I Viewing Mr. Tonmbs r.s the exponent of non-intorver.lion, to exact tho same and
I rt a fair price, and receive payment in South under your ghriivi* dig-heard tv means of the S. W. Road is not oifered tis directly of the Constitutional Union party, we 15 tencd -1 appcil to the Supreme Court of the I :
of the: from Russia. -
c'uvr
otlj-
( neutrality Ex-Secretary
S IVestern Rail lioid stock. This is one ofthe warm, ;geneious welcoming: \ When lh.it time shall arrive, it will i with proftHsi! interest to his speech. We States.

: advantages p<>s ebd by that point over cers and ciew-those frank, loyal American, gnllint: then IK? seen whether there is not sprit and will not attempt, here, to s t foith all li\3\ pnfcitions ker was present at the dinner and was toast. I S
of
*; any other. Hut not UK only one. Eighteen men! the American true iepresentai: ea American enterprise enough among 113 to secure so desirable -I or tke: i.511 1> with any of his statements ed by Lord Dudley Stuart as "likely tote the A GD2d Hove.

cmies of Ilond from TnHaha! ? would reach i froedom, : grtatue gen I r.s to the pnit and present attitudes ofparties next President rflhe Untied States" The planters of L. rr/at their meetia,
the imJSMOI
eroiv-I! co.U: not foibear to have an object.
*
the Georgia line iu Thomas county, and this that t'.ie of America'yoang gi on tU3? slavery q'lestion. On the SOth, Ivoasuth received the address Saturday last, started a movement wj,
spirit "SouthVet' estimate of the
distance
Itoad would r 1st. We understand him
to
through a wealthy planting distinctly announce
pass i !' seconded ia the
has thouti'd the to old Europe'soppri'Esed of the authorities of London and'replied I right spirit,
4 h section of Lon county wixre tho ability, ant over waves : from Oglethorpe to Pensacola will ba found that the (Constitutional Union partywill municipal cannot fail Ofj .

II anI tloatcss! the uiep4tion e.\i-U to build nations, Don't despair aid,!here" These i is a near seventy-five miles short of the actaa! distance. adhere tn their present isolated independent to it in a long and eloquent speech i i iIn dacing the besl of reailts. Thv" propOS
hand
.a it without charge upon the State of Georgia. brotmer'spowerfil to your them orgdxizativn and name. a letter to Lord Dudley Stuart, M. Kos-j j establishment of an annual Fair, and tue off

This would leave from one hundred and lire, big my utimenN you can judge by _ _ "2. That it will not send delegates to, orj suth declines all contributions ol in-1 ofsuitable premium* for agricultaraj. acdcilrj
.- ir how 1 must have wished to have money
: fervently
4 to one hundred and t< n miles of Road to be Hcveacnts in G3ria.A be icpresenttd in either the National Whig1: tended himself prodactioas. The idea is
tho honor to be conducted, by this very frigate saying that he can carnal j j a nrot excellent
constructed the St&tea'id of Georgia Democratia (Conventions next
by PeojJe or

the Tinted meeting of a poition of the Drnocratieparty year. be desires. one, and tescning! the
to tttcs.
and passing over tor the greater part of I 3. That it will wait until those Conventions eacoarsgerrierrt 0f Tery
h But 1 know the of tha United consisting of members of the LogiilJtsre citizen. We
that
sympathy lie to leave hope to see the
the distance, one of the finest countries i iu have assembled and set forth their j.rin- was Southampton on die 14th next nett

the world for tta coast: '-notion of a Road.'Iliat States is not given to any man in the: and others, was held in 31ile! !geulo! on I i'ipliis and candidates before the country, before ;- inst., in the steamer Washington, hating ac log of the society nnmorntKlv! n'teaelcAcTT

p 1 such a Uoid would pay handsomely, world fur his own sake, but fur the principles'ake dio loth instant, at which the following resolution -I it a et rn.ii.e-.i which side it v.ill take. cepted the offer of free from die
that be And so I filt convinced a passage
I no one can doubt who is at all fumilar with # : represents. was adoted : 4th. That, as an indispensable condilion York Election.
that I would unworthy to this: Ocean Steam Navigation lie will 1
prove Company. The late election in New
the capacity of .South Western of it? the National Convention York has
Georgia as a of HA Il'volr? I, That[ a meeting of the friends of support resnlt-
'. *vm )'iliv? (fti.is birrhest treasure niy ?) therefore, probably be here on the 27th. ed ia the
I L btaj.Ie producing cour.f-y. be whether Whij or Democratic, which it coal success of six of the Denoenulccandidates
Democratic held in
should;: riR-glect t'r a single moment the da- principles th:'* Heprewntative -
Hat it would not rely eaces with, mu>t adopt the Compromise ns apart for
lUrely upon; Hall State offices
southt t lies which ii.iuc Pro\idcnceha5 aligned tome on Tuesday c-vf-cing, tie tt1i Parties in Hossacinseits. ar.-l twr Whi
p. 0 Western Georgia for its suppoit. It may be should 1 to No\cml, inst'int, for the call of a convention of its platform.th. The Legishtare 13 reported to ba
to provide according c Jtj
,
nogk-ct
easily showu th.it cotu would; come to Savauna'i ; / That th's condition being complied.j j | The Sentinel has a New York Correspondent M in j !
S the circumstances, for the iater- to appciiit Di-lpgntes to( meet the Natnnil branches. The Sonata
from; Tallahassee, wiik-h is i the ex- exigences riwcratic 1'arty iu Convcr.ton with, the Constitutional Union patty v/ill be who writes: a great deal of nonsense on however, i it pre.Ue,|
h the ; ,
yonder whit
glorious repubiicof -
: tretue southern tmrgin f the table landa of est cause, free to unite either with the National over by the Lieutenant Governor
the I'uited States honored witJi its nominate Tsdi.lates for President and Vice i Whig some things. Of such character is the following of tha
that portion of Fio.iJ.i, and auK rt tic ex- Presidermt of the United Stales. or National Democratic party." State, who happens to be a Democrat.JUSTICE. .
_ appj'obalion and its sympathy. paragraph from a letter dated the 7di _
of tlu
southern -
treuia boundary coltou
{faction of tliat! Stale.To pro- It became therefore, an imperious duiyof On Saturday, the luth; Mr. Scwr.nl: ofCjunty i From this it will be seen that Mr. Toornbs, instant : .-Mr. Consul! Owen b hianctetj

honor and conscience to me not to IravcBuro Tboma introduced the I and the party of which he i is the mouth-piece, "
show this, it i is only neemsaty to refer following \ The Whigs of Massachusetts arc znak- the Savannah Republican, published!
by
to the charges which are paid on cotton ; e without arranging my public; and pri preamble r..d rccolations in the Hous3 olIlepreenl.itives stand committrd: against the coarse proposed j lug a gd1antatteit to rescue that State from I some days since, asks to be heard falh ,'aj.3 ej

chipped from that pt Int to Nsw Yaik, which vate irairs. and carefully providing against: : by Mr. Seward, or that recommended by i the nni.oly! coalition of the Locofocos and,I IFretoiIers.
of life for own defence, saying that while!
the gacd aim he
harm to ,
is now their market Assuming the uvigktof any my Gov. Brown in his letter to Judge Davis, for They have much to contend setb
Whereas the Convention of the State
each bale atilii) die tliat time; which f sliall have toonj- the honor I- of j with but nothing from any one's mercy, ho has arfrt
is their
pounds, aua charges ; Winthrop candidate for
of the hospitality of oar gl.>ri.j'js Innd.S feorirI!! which tnrt at Mflfetlgoville] on the the Governor is in favor of all the Southern
follows 3 Governor and his to jastiee. Upon this the
: Waal.iamos
are as name is tower ,f] Tas
the n oat unj..'riou- duty of a patriotic: a 1 Dili Decml.tr, 18TX: ), adopted the folio v.ingrejnl'sti ; States sending delegates! to the WA/g1/ National a o -
Dryre friu Tallahaese to Depot - 03 wit i strength. 'Hie very fact of the Freesoiier j f graph remarks that the request h reason
rA.g St 31ark father, and a man impos-e upon me the necessity n?, to : Convention. It will be further I'
t - - 3 peen: and Abolilioni-ts with the !
Loco
Pttiii; Iwouh Ware-he to estI Id to stop for a few day.* in Engiond! befoitI That the State of Georgia, in the judgment that if the Democratic party is sustained in i focos to defeat Winlhrop combining toconviacel* We! and both mercy and justice unite ia &

d Freight to New \rak, arcraj,; f els. per 11*. $3 < 0Primage < continue passage to the L'uited Sfc.tes.Com. of this Conrontinn, v.ill and ought to rejist ought I mantling a compliance with it The sent.
5 per ct.. . . .15Tmcruow Morgin my at Sj'ezzia, and afterwardsCaptiin even (as a h-f rrscrf#,) to a disruption of every : Georgia, and is represented at all in the E..ltiniorc candid lovers of the Union, etryicure, that' meats of horror nnI! indignation hare been
to J>ew York,&t g32 per bale 7o tie which bi idj her to the Union Convention it will! b the Whig party are the true conservatives of
Long, of time li.issippi, )here, did i, any action ? sustained by the compromises of the Constitution." spontaneously expressed by the America
6473 i with the noble kindness of z tine: American of Congress upon the "abject of slavery p the great body of the Democracy who refused

_ .: Thus \ve eae that the charges amount to I heait, appreciate the motives of das nccesst- in the Dirtrift of Columbia, or in plrcea subject to join Toombs, Cobb and Stephens informing This white-washing of Winthrop will not t people at the ounces of which he b alleged

i tv, and genoiou-ly couent-vdtii wnit with the to the jurisdiction: of Congress, iacornpitible j answer. There is mt in the whole of New: to be guilty ; now let these feeling be silenced -
about 6118 100 Ibs. cxcluoive their I
per charges new Union We think!
ia New York, which are higher and more Mississippi in the flay of Gibraltar for my return with the saft-'ty, domestic tranquilly party. I England a more nncomprcmhlDg free soilerJ : I as respects the accused, and let every A-

nain'rt'i that the ci argcs in Savannah.n .- from England with the packet boat v.Lich the rigits! and honor of the elaveholding: that such developments' as these will speedily than he is. While the fugitive slave law was: rnerican feel that he b a jarer and ja-j.re ia
loaves Southanipton! on the -7th! itt.rv State; or any act suppressing the slave lrs.debetvvten : convineo the % Washinton Unlcn and sah o*tour
(r$jglit by Railroad from Chattanooga to j nader debate in the U. S Senate, he opposed i arm important trial. It may be that the result
**- '"' uvG.nf the Trench "Republic siavtht>l a'distance hui-trt-a cotomuorarics as t ti
annaji.tive of four ," (not 1 reich nation bat IH on-s ". ..J.l. ..? ? K3.4. __-o. heie.t.r i it as bitterly as did Giddings in the other end !! will involve the ccnsaro of our own National
lwenty mile* *< < bean- tnry ap.'
pAtl tLe election
rmt* tier -1 of CoLli
4 fJrea pounds, and from ittUaiiassee; fa avta.li ent Govfcrniuent,) fused to grant mo per- plying, because of the exi-itenrc of : s a Democratic victory* | of tho Capitol-aad when ho saw that its pasj11 :- >! Executive, and not Mr. Owen ; cr it mav ba
I distance ."throe tnibMiin! to tajiifily through 3 Vance t2' -rein act ::1 tit the Democratic paty: has gaIned
a o hundred anJ seventy pass by ; or any proi.ihitii'g dii 'rntlac- was inevitable, ho declared that it could j that they will both fall under conderzia
c: 'a miles, would not be moro than fi.'ty-five cents which passage I might have tparc-d tiaie .-..nilsufToiings lion of slaves into the tciritorivs of Utah and I | loss" in his electijn to tha Gubernatorial ofi sago : j
Let Le done I"
| not be enforced in Massachusetts. His j justice
,'} j cr huadri'd pmu.(s, and would innlte the t'x- to my t'vitand cLilJrcn. And now New Mexico, or any act repealing or materially i I fice. oppositIon -

I jis.isc oa a b-ile Cotton from Tallahassee to the first i means of conveyance to England! I modify;the laws now iu force for the recovery I TLe watch and wait' nolicv advocated I { to die biih establishing Territorial 1 The E: d of the Siadraob K220H3 Case.A .

_ Havannoh two and 2J-100 dollars; showing can avail myself of is a packet boat, oxpoctid oi tugitKe sares. ; Government in Utah and New Mexico was: Boston
by Toorahs is in dispatch thus of the Bcs-
wanting good and i is til-poses
a filing to the sltipper ol two 53-100 dollars to-morrow to arrive from the Orient, atd That it I is the deliberate opinion of this sense, equally fierce, and solely upon the groand 1

jKr bale, or over oie-h; lfof what he now
pays to get bis cotton to Neur-Y ik. Such ?. die FugMct STare Lay bj- the proper .-..uthorilk should adopt. If we want a conservative j Robert Morris, the colored lawyrr, wia

a saving as this would throw the 40000 ,- On the: other hand, Capt Long informs me -?, depends d.e preservation of our uucL man nominated for the Presidency, who will'1 Webster hail sail that it was unnecessary to : has b-on on trial for several days ia the District -

I bales of cotton now shipped from .St. that; any loi'gor delay here would i'ner I iso' loved Uniiin. before the I apply' the Proviso to those Territories, for tLe Court for aiding in die Shadrach rescue
go pledged to of v/ell 1 '
larks to New York into the Savannah mar- only my ;iShOciatos, bat :tko the ofiicers and And whcren?, it is the fundamental principle country a set reason that the Laws of nature had as efTect- case, was found not guilty' by the jury

Let,-and the game may l he sail of the 100- crew of thu Miiij'1iiable i in ajiproaching of the Democratic party, that each State defined principles, we should go into the j ually! exclc'ljd slavery as thoagli the this rooming.

COO ljak'6 that are lt stiued tot many years the coast of die United States at a late v i> sovereign, and therefore entitled to the<..bedicKcc nominating Convention and contribute in the I of the free sellers princij j The indictment against Elizar WrigaUandP
pie enacted [
and
Jjence to be exported from that point and its son to many fcaflerings: by havii*g to endure. of all its citizens when it announced selection of good and true candidates and the were [ others, implicated in the same rescue,will sot

tributaries. Nor is ttiii t.11. These au ahum oxccssi\ey! sf\ete cold and ftonny weather.Sc its will. And whersa", this party is novssti laying down of a platform broad enough to did not care to useles-iy irritate and insult be tried for some months, if ever.

b'. lOtXCOO dollars worth of goods annuulh coni*k-iig: : on tile one tide, that tho i that the will of Georgia, as" announced include! ; the South by causelessly! dinging the Proviso L GzTh ,
section of the is of from
a
penalty twenty
received through die pott of fcL Mariisv most saciud duties force me not to kayo Europe by her Cnnu-ntion in December, 1650, is dso !- 1 I every Confederacy.If | in their faces. Bat Winthrop was not eatis-

Tlieeo would of coarse pnss through, or be (for some time, before providing fur my the will of the othf Southern States, generally Georgia arid the other States refuse to go } f.ed with this reasoning-he insisted en :treczzctazrt j two hundred dollars fine against any person

L purchased in Sax-anna :, and go on the South aiHurs: in England, and conidei lug on the and that any future attempt tie part into a Convention, such candidates! and principles of Natures Law j who, in Texas, shall sell! any ardent jpiriacra

Western Rail Road. Since the izn4t 3 item other tide that only staying eijLt4 r t tn days of any party to chap ; this will, would! if the may not be secured, nod the very thim. ; -no matter ir i; intoxicating liquors to slaves, without fa

oft percent, insurance woidd amount to iu Engiand, it wore entirely in: ;,o .iU! tojoin.igaiti change wt-re ilcoirablf, be ahopdess t: k. dreaded by Cov. Drown-a third party and { what light the South might consider the af-1 I! v.-rittsn consent of the owner or overseer; azi

more than die entire freight on the Rail Road : \Iuu.--ipii] here before tho Ibth ofNovtmbcr And whereas, the j.riiL-ij'U-s cf the Democratic |j front, or what steps she might adopt to wipej
the the election into the House a like penalty on all who
throwing; 1 -
from isavaouaii to Tallahassee.! If this be so that of course we coulJ not ar- party are more national and conserva- o II j j it out. And yet we are told through the ccl-1! persons may purchase

trad ti rcft-reiice to Tallahass-o! the most re- live in the second hzdfof December, on your live, than those of the Whig party at the j Representatives be brought about. j j urnns of a Southern whig that his elccj cf a slave any article of value without
press
mote CoUun market on iJse line, it is hardly hospitable sliorep, it became Jibsolutdy a duty Noilh, which is de-nationalized and sctiondizid. Should we fail in securing what wo want, J don must convince "i written authority from the master,mistress or
lovers
candid of
the Un-
necessary{ to show that it aptIi&.s[ ; uith gtili of honor to me not to cau e any augmentation And whemas, the v.higs and democrats j then uo one can object to the South setting 'j i' overseer of the slave.

I greater force, tu the large amount of cotton in the hardbhips! and sulViiug3 to the of the South, \>ho are in favor of the t\vo aforesaid up for itself. ion ctcryxhfrr that the whig party are the'true -

now tehiipt; from Sojt: !< UVsteru Georgia to officers and crew of this ship, anti not to embarrass rc-it.lutions, whloli look to the f.Uure, conservatives of the Compromises of the I tL.tnA.x.t.-Oi1 party lines are broadly

.. Apalochioula aid to die imtueuse auMuiits of them in their public service, as a! prefer the prinei1.Ics and doctrines of tic Dtfmocratic Crops In. the Ent.Tho Constitution !" God help the commonwealth! drawn in this Siate. In tlia organization of

goods imported llirotigh A]>:ilachicola for toallexiato; ( my own associates the ir passage party to that of the National WUg: St Anrrusiiae Aicicul CUy says :-. when the support of such men is held up by i( the two houses of dis Legislature, the Wk?
coa imption ia South) UV-iern (Georgia.. to the Lnikni State party, as at present organized, and led at thc "The ;
crops ia the'iaterior of East Florida; we as evidence of their Unionism and 1 having s majority ia the Senate, ei-
Kor; is th'u all The Road i is slsoit compar.cd These are (the motives, Sir, wl.ich dtjrivme North. | any party |

ivith oilier Hues that arc pnjcctod, and of the honor of being; conducted to you And whereas, the National Democratic party -i learn, arc turning out much better than was: of their regard for Constitutional compact; | straightoutVhigs for all the otfices. latS

{ JUBSCS, ia its entire k-ngtii, through a country. gloiious chores on b >atd the MiMMpj: i fug.afe at the North gives some evidence ejf a willingnoss ;; anticipated. The provision crop was considerably The whig party of Massachusetts went intf [- {I lower house, the democrats having tha Q>

cUe to c<*utribut
1et.4lU, that it i is & fed uuaLlo supposition, doping: such a coarse, I not only have nliuved of said resolutions! as part of the creed of that: has sa.Tercd but little. Wo have heard o j 'lat1orm-a platform denounced by the Bal[ j ion party having had' its day and effected its
tbztt cuergetieally tmn 2iold of it uiil be those who are on board the .JuMsij i paity.snd t more e trially: the vita! particular,
i t3tii.ed much caii; .r than nay oUter routeint.ii1eJ from some sufTciings: l but myclf r.Uo will| that the fiigitivc slave law is not to be repealed i; somes Coo crops of this staple. Paul ?.IcCor- \ timoro Amrican and other whig prints as a purposes, isTist fading oat existence.

tocounect the Atla.iti* ;uid Gulf, have the high satufacd-m an entire monh: or materially modified, and is to be iiitli-1! mick, of Blarioa county, has picked 2500 j jI j" cheat and snare," nnd! which drew from { bare

aud would Income tho great t'auroiighfarc oi sooner to enjoy the hap; ]>i ness of landing at fully olwmd I and i-xecuted by tie Not tim. i I pounds cf Uplands to the acre, and his land a Henry Clay a short time since a rebuke ant::1repriniand. CriThe:: Legislature of Tennesseepl
tnu'tl betwoeu the AiJ-mlic and New Yoik 1 decided leave and the '' pl i passed a series of resolutions! highly coopli-
I'jiciiic coast.: cs am to England National Vi'hig party gives no sacli i are by no means of remarkable fertility. Dr. The essence of that platform i '

Such a Road wc.dJ ia ten years b.-ing to &>avauoth on board of the ste.iner: which h-aves Liver ciiilcr.ce, but on the contrary, mar.ifcitg. an J Ujeigcr oQIicanppy.has picked 800 pounds the the ISnientary to Kossath, tendering to
keeping sectional
more than tva hundred tkiuu2d pool on the 7lh November for New York. nnmistakaLle (ibj-ositinn to rr Ut the same, open question fort > honors and hospiialities of that State. T1

1Jae3 of Cotton |Hr annum, which without llavhg had the in timabb j leasure to and to repeal or modify that law, and on all' of sea island cotton from the old, long plant: i renewed strife and agitation, and the election: ; Legislature declares its readiness to 3P

d some such outlet mu.-t lid; its way to the feail, ic>poited in the jtablic: papers, th.it; the occasions through! iu'Govcrnors and other I ISt.ita ed fields* of Payne's Town, and sixteen hundred i- of Winthrop is one of the very last things to I j

Gulf. That uluojt; the entire- light freight t'ity) of New York resulved to honor, with a : oliicers, exhibits the greatest uluctance j bashcls of corn from 70 acres of the be desired by canJid lovers of the Union*' J any donation that may be made by (Congre ofaUhe

for New Oileaus and lie other Gulf jOlt generous ivcej.tion and hospitality, in my un- to execute it. And whereas, the repeal or old Pelnigrag3: fi.'ld, notwithstanding the I wyrlmere. His success is tantamount to I to die Hungarian exiles, not b violation

I \rould pass over this i road, there can bt$ noque deaeniiig person, the ciu.e and ptinciples I modification of the l.-tw: is to be followed by i drought. Tho tobacco and root Constitution.
*tiou, and th.it the iutineuso increase of represent, irigard it to be my tluty, respectfully the consequences of a dissolution of die Union j arrow crops declaration that the whiijs of Massachusetts

S I, business uLicIi would be thrown on the! Central to inform you, Sir, ami by your 'kind so fir as oar own State b i concerned, according teatfjaarter have also yielded wc-lL will continue to make war upon the fugitive Leon Coiuity Agricultaral Sacisty.

e Road, \\ould exert a happy influence on interference the generous City of New York,, to its decision, already made lie it: Anenterprising and excellent population slave law until it is repealed or essentially! At a called meeting of the subscribers to

its iJhidenJs need nnt be stated. l Iut; oe of about these accidents, and about my intention therefore is now takiog possession of the got d land in modified-either of which events happening Zj! the Agricultural Club, Gov. BUqjVN "

- the greatest inducenici.ts for the construction to leave Liverpool for your city on the ItrsoJrrJ, That every cfTort ought to bennde that quarter, and East Florida is advancing Gov. Crown j. called the Chair i'forrrorJf
truly will result disastrously to and EDWAKD
,
of this lload is be 7 tli November. says :
to found ia: the large iI i-'i-: to prevent the repeal or mntcfi.il modillralion in wealth and "
of J afciness ul.ich 1 confident! that the : i prosperity. to tho Union. appointed Secretary. The followbg rtscU'I '
I crease would ueceEfinrily; Lop people and CIovommont of the fugitive lave law, and the National -

be brought to the jOt of Savannah. OJH'JI of Iho United States will appreciate Democratic pa.'ty ought to be solemnly OzIt. is rumored t'.iat Daniel Webster Equally wide of the mark is the same wrij I 'j tior.s werj road and adopt.d:

this comuiumcation, and you enable the merchants my motives, and approve the course I was invited to pledge itself against such repeal tor's assertion of a coalition between the dcm:.j 1. Rssoirsd, Thatvs forai an Agrkol>
on the whuSe line tonj.lenii j their buiind to adopt. or mood iication. will goon retire from die State Departmet-t, Count?
ral i Leon
ocrats and free sellers on the Governor's Society, to be called the
-. j Ftodts from the .Savannah nut,Let monthly Let me hoju*, also, fir, that I might nothing: lit'solved f That in our opinion, Georgia and bo succeeded by Attorney General Crittadcn. j "

e I instead of goin, to N. Yoik, anuully or Een.iannally. have lot by the imperious necessity of this ought therefore to send delegates to the next | There is doubtless good reason for tick eL Tho Convention which nominated j jHoutwell | Agricultural: See lety. Sock-

- : The millions \ihteu are now pur- com se from you and your peoj.lc's sympathifp, Democratic Convention! to nominate a President this rumor. Webster is not pleased with the the Democratic candidate, the I 0-. Resdrcd, That a meeting of the

cjia ed in Norlhani cities for the consump which, though crnscious not.to have meriled, awl Vice President, with instructions to Washington Union says, passed resolutions j ty be held at the Court House at 11 o'clock

tion of South Western Georgia and Middle I consider the greatest honor of my life, the insiit upon the adoption by it of a icsolationagiinst course of the President in certain matters inuUchLiprospects sustaining the compromise. The free sellers '! on the first Saturday of December ncxt, t*

Florida uoild soon be pu chused in Savannah. highi'ot reward for my sulJcrings! end the die further agitation of the felavery for the Presidency are denied that those resolutions the'' the of organizing the Society,
expressed purpose
mo.-.t honoiing t-ncouragt'ineut steadily to go I question in Congress, against die repeal or j intimately connected. The President refuses &'*
: In tlcse on tmvaid tliit nolle aim which material modification ? democratic sentiment of the State, and ia diis'!, that the fee for membership shall be one
presenting uggc&tions I c1 lo not : the people oftho of the fugitive slave law, to dismiss from office the free soil friends ot

S 41 clef-ire to tlischange any oher tout?. 1 advocate United states has sanctioned and sanctified and in favor of its faithful execution at the Gov. Jphnston who denial they received the aid and comfort of lar, to be paid annually.
are undisguised in their
:. this >iW laU 'j it is i iort, and can bo by its sympathy. North, and if such a resolution cannot be got the whig press. Fortunately, however, Gov.Boutwell 3. Resolved, That the Society will HoU j 3n

built! at a very caily day nnd because In myoi.iubn Uo |..lcad, sir, to accept the expression ofmy through that Convention, then to widdra\7 denunciations of the great expounder, and in in accepting his nomination Annual Fair in the city of Tallahassee,in **
:
I it prondrtfs greater advTiUtngestiun I higLefet regards, lasting gratitude and mod from it, and invite all other members who agree addition to this he winks at the stabs given himself those resolutions which planted month of November, in each year, at wbic

nny other now contfinj'latcd. bedeoi.ucraiiGtj; ] nidi which I have with! thorn, to withdraw too ; and in a the premier by the free soil press ia other required for the <*-
( S tho honor to be the support of the compromise." The suitable premiums will be offered
&)CT1I WEST.Vo separate Convention adopt it,and also nomi- States.

4 'i : "\ heard Your most obscquicns servant, nato CtimiUatcP, to be supported by those free soilers then nominated John G. Palfrey, couragement of Agriculture, Horticclw

,- a good jok once of a patty) of KOSSUTlt. who are in favor of it. Or The New York Tribune gives the and gave hiai ttioir entire vote. So that if i and die 3Iechanic Arts.

i youi g fellows ivho foaud fault with the batter U. S. Steam-frigalo JIUsistippi, 1U.ny Resokcd, That in order to MTect the object name of John L. Ilodgp, American Consnlat the result in Massachusetts anything 4. Kfsoircd, That the Secretary reqa {

4 ; on tho boardiug-houAo tuulc.! Wlat h of Gibraltar, Oct. 14, 1S31. J JA of the kit resolution, particularly, wo i invite Marsciles, as the supposed author of theshn- at all, it proves the rottenness proves of the whig*, the papers of this City to publish the proceedings
:
the mailer with it!" said tho! mj tre & Jut do citizens of Georgia who aie willing tour.ite derous letter and the this
Kossuth. of
against If the fact
meeting.
; QCAXDACI.-A baker ;vili! both ; with in the can comparative soundness of their oppo

: 4 ; you zi&k itaid one,'""it' U' oJ' cnoagli to] Ia dough nj to his elbows, and a flea in the 1 log scrralivu candidates us nomination for the Presidency of sound con-and bo ascertained, the gentleman should be placed nents the democrats, for the vote for Gover TIIOS. BROWN, Chdt7EDW.mID ? '

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Negroes for Sale. LLQYD'SDAGUERREANROOMS. In Uh iiry.
OY.1Ttie 17th. Pulling Fores. At
\OU : Lake Jad-son _
near TYJa'.ja-s'w., on ThnrhToven '; : LIKELY CIRCUIT
and valuable NEGROES for 'aleSk4 IN LEON COURT.
Ib.thr has arrived The Freeman's Journal! liishop nugic.: ,.,-, jj, otb inat SKY-LKJUT GALLERY.
1y tl* Rev. S. TEkhard- b7 S. S. KNIGHT. David G. Raney and Harriet Francrs.hin Wife, Exco
stemr jiapor.FpeaUng) of lie! fully of tol. wn, Dr. P. P. Nu1ember,1S5I.
; comparing LEWIS
46
dtt I.) 15 October. to S1 RACHEL J tors of"Latimor Armutead, deceased, .
up ,roungcrt Barnard' Dnjg Store. Open dally: from I.l
: (( ration' in Italy \uih the freedom OVER
cnjnwdinthis daughter of Col I.f.
llobrt C:
vt 1 3,0K)1 iu gcild2U0,0001rf Butler. M. t.> t. P. JL
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( ) dollars country, contends taat it i i.- :.ll ii""ht for At Xetrnnn Notice. Oct..bi-r 18, iSI. 41 Eugenia ArmittRad' and Mary Armistcad, Execatriz .

'n Vr tb? Panama route. the Pope to prevent Protestantism from \illc, Ffcu on the 11 tli int,ly K being
Cm tsiuersis auprcccdenrjjf taught; in bio dominions and then adds Dr. T. A. BRADFORD,Uta of TaU.JiaK, the II' nor.ible Ja.li eof Pnb.ite Lr the Onutty Notice.A UNDER the Order of the Court in the above enti
the
Hiv of : Ill MiFHANrry V. Wultui, Sui1 of FAerI; la. fur Lrtttr* of Adia.nii- the following land belonjrimf! to tho
v UELL. of Uimt
1 nrojp "So the doe vffl#. Ala. LL creditf*, 1.riteet. entitled to dutn-
Pope not thank anybody for tr.t.oa i.0 the estate cf D-iiiu-l A. Mclv.-r. dct-i- --e.l pervms bite partnrrhip firm of I* A IL A. Amiistusd, 'iilbo
V
ted. & ih1J1n. what freedom Catholicity enjoys in Amtiica. LAUCIILIN L. McKINNON.Countv. x butK'n or obcrwiinimifed in thee-CVe i.f Sanli olferwl f..r *.1.if, at Public Auction, to wit:
crime siace 8 : I.wkin Ltt S.r.th heof.kffr..ouCo'zriy
ia Tribute ( Hlyinan: )
prfl'r's$ Catholic Hishops do not thank of Respect. Wilton Va_ Xiv 1S,1 .Hi ftw I. Lvuu; ;n LMwu County : .
: anvbodv.U'o
Get .
Florida dwea< d.nre 1.. r ii'iUSed to tx.ib. '
committee. thank We At a callpd nif ptni: ;? of Get> L.*ip Xa 21, at tLur TIM E. A rf Svc. 11, the S. W. I and the W. lot
of the uiflanw nobody bles God ior'wijnod Notice.TMIIRTY it tl.er: claim and ietn.ui U wrhmtv o y jaM fn>mthU
the LtitafUooMiaibeviIIaeB of dattalM iie. Fe., w th N. VT. i of S-c. 12. T. 1. R. 2. N. & R. conta n ;
f Mill practiced at nine&Project Pro\idence in the matter and ftand tlc S'h of :, dale, is. the undt r Hnvd. (r the same v>i.I Is ljmr.
chiiis; rcady ovomWr. A. D. 1851. & com-nitt .f / d.\vs: after the pubbcatirn of thi* notice 552 ?.l ic'o acres. lying near the plautatiou of JoLuParkhill
red and all .
iiyU-bt the tiare
0fJliJi3g thetatiitnceih1g with to jmll the silly nose of the first Methodist three \va appointed by tie! Lodge to draw up rata- '- I, a1 AdItivli4tr.ltor cfVilkun rWUamy, vill'sjplr :rfquc.ttd pewnw to make i.-unu-'dLite:to Esq.

S4iutheru couuties.srn or Presbyterian, that in net would attempt to preamble nud rcMjlutiom upon the era-ion of tie tn the Honorable Ju-Lre of die MiAlle Circuit FUANUki payruvnt'i DAVKIXS to AithLnftheS.Kj.Sec.tW.3eftJm S.w .
A.
eat fc the prevent us in the free exercise of death of brother Jee II. Joluix.ii_._..,uJ riitumittrc Court of Flori.U fvr peruiuLcn to w.-U th > kilo way Eecur., A ,f Sec. 10, an.1 thee N. W. t f f Sec 15. all in T.
Qtzili.t1
nuking from one our religion. counted i.f Samuel liwrdman. Land toit R 1 S. & F. 320 liimli
1. ,
the miners are L ialuh Voo.l and : containing acres, adjonun
Of If of them doubt let t.fftron Conn T. N v. 15 1R51. 45 8rn
,
? d3'. any them try it. (;. C. BirJ who aJor a fLort ab ticse. n-nirm-ii to tli Th "VV. of tte N. W. } ofSc. 13. in T. 2, of R 5X. _: of Geo. T. Vvurd. K"q.Abo. .

t t a tIjous:1i3d_ dUF5 per Itcv. John P. Durbin, an eminent and most IMe. and tlir-nuli tliir cJiainu.ti: Sainutl 13orJ- and E., lyinx, U'in< an.1 t.itu.-it in the County t>fauicontoinin'eitrhtr NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. th E. Jcf tha N. W. i of Sec. 3''. W. i of

bG1o in CJflo2j respected Methodist clergyman, lately sug. man, iiatle the fiuw i rep.rt, v1iiL ti.ain.u4y JeTer.oa, acre the S.V.. 4 of Sec. -19, nn.l so much cf the H i cf

Tu M1'ciL&L : ""c*'"' in the "Christian pted : .tITH SIMKINS. Adm'r.Jefnn tho S. %V. i and of the W. t of the S. E.J c-f 5eC. 2'/,
Advocate
and Journal" rPIIEtscnbtrr I
IITSTP and
t.vpatv: miHioas of acres, \vkich, if (;o1. in l.i? ii rutaMc povHuice, ha' recn fit to Co. NOT. 22. 1R51. 46 6t row receiving a plcn-- 54 WM: ais.tteul! l to L. Armi+tt-ad in a partition with II.W. .
a{ n general American Polilinn to the I
  • iintadC'MhiMff. >
    Pope remove fjnKn mlKt ErliB, known Rk Haven 260
    our uf
    onu tluiiun lx.rT.! i.f .ur l-c- an containing
    woIil be ?
    one in 4-1 C1.OTII CLOAK..
    con-Hiin.
    ucd 3tfivt> OVF.P. COATS of cli.Tcj-flit Islwk
    ant
    _
    bnded !** .4 fkVB#ftrk _ tljroujrhout his temporal tlominions. 'iVis ( .! S1Lk4J4J] } mid guardnj hy lii} l.svtf wife. ofcluUren ( IX ecls atcr < the vm1ergned will apply Hruwn Dre-s aii 1 Fr 'tk Catt d.crij.lioi Clctlu Cavituc-rr. a fl >*t"i.i5 pw-e'nptw n to \&n acres of paWic

    ngg'{ 'fctioi i is treated 1 by the Freeman's Jour f f fatti-i liw itn-k'rall Ul.c-t )l.vd to L. L. to the HnniT.ible Jj-lre; c.f I'n.baH-T the Cout.'yof Tl't.tl. S-'inett awl KLiili-t, SACK; aiJ otkr KUSIXIISS ha.L gnntM t>v ('on.ers to Mary Da we*, and by
    E.overnor Jume C. Jones hsb&1 ibeyt..!, anti he. viL; v.!L.iu v e vi re witat tu hJ.lffllo \ .F'n. Stkte t-f Ftonla. fvT 1.ett.r of A'lminU- her uui'd to L Arn.i-tejfci
    nal if it absurd : COATS Cu'tL. Ca -iutri. THIS 1 anl Satinctt
    frora Tennessee inof as were too for gravity, or too Uet .lnj). la* U-eri ri-u.ovfj to tlat wt.rldwlxre tratl ( u the t,,tate cf Elkabt-th 1-ilount. itnv td.VTILIE ; ; Tike ab.>ve will be offereil f'r ?ale licfwre the Court
    11etted U. S. Senator msuiont to bo treated with PANTS ; V F-STS of all qualities and styles.
    civiliiy. Says sin and Hirrtw arts unkium-n. LLOL'NT.Wan IIou'e b TallaLa&fe on the first Monday b Decern-
    All of which lave beuii inanufacturoil frora the latest !
    II- LTaroev, Democrat Another that paper: Yes, brethrwt. l>r tln.r .Jt'.e 11.J hn'on i no mere Cn1y. T>u Nov. 2?. 1 hft 1. 46 f.w an.1 moot desirable inateriaU.vrortnuiuLip mpericr. bet noat.

    ** \\> cnn iTiagine the t ne of r.n answer but the LrfcLt eiaoiple tl.icli the c..ntfSiplati ol HEW TOES: WIRE HAILING WOHK5. anl styles most uIu' I. juu tury. _ the many llaoiacirtie vUcli u i.nd u4! UnutiSed IL Lrbs b Gad.den Couaty:
    to for freedom make will l he ofL-rtttl f. sale maH
    a petition to now religions -- liw cloractir. rrna.in to u. 11.t.uzli 1 It Le.1 Lutreciaitly 1)t'RLIC : ttt'.tin iiavhtd to a new improvement the Xew Lit NIK 5 i in frac. & c. 2f f5* a 1jioruia.r. al Casfi Store.
    rren in Jtnty. We can imagine how the JKUUI rp AJv jJ a1* u iJ,4>ttrV" ,ikn]! TT. T.
    the arival of the steamer Cherofcc on Holy Father would inform the {*litionors!, a.Itcitel$ tkUI&) uf Mra- v&t ht r.thvu.I t1. tIIW-, .tc, nmde ton Iron liods and Wrought Iron, dcsignated 1, 1831. 43 3II7CIIELL.Isovcmlvr tf known as tIM Aspala a ten site.

    November, we Ivie &e latest news first of all thnt (>od had made a Revelation to ;and (4) ,ued in IIM aciit4.< hat ho virus uo uuJVitKfji1I ; Also S. W. J Sec. 26 (IHO 25-IW acres.)Lots Nos.

    i j the uf LJ di'ijtiitiy' Li.fJ olf ilurcv > wIn. RAtLi2.. Fletcher Institute. :.1 and 5, and W. r.f S. W. 4 cf Sec.35. and I/Na
    and that
    02jiflimia man on subject religion, fiom
    i. ( iIi omia. The Cherokee brougU the nature of ?the tins Hevelatinn, fiom U e AaJ lnr, aud j (Ltht.1j it fjwuo'.h wi.! It s* tiif m" t )1-ca-jtif:il encloscr" f-ir public "r private liE AnnTizl Examiiif in tL.s i In ttr.tirn! TTill 4 b Sec. S4. sJl in T. 3, R 7, N. and \V, oontabc j
    case
    Id. : nmsl 4Ioat fluw as a Ctiiu stone for tLe ilusouic Luiidinjr. truni. farm% ccmetrits, balconie., verandah. T 5151 acres. a'iionin; :; tk; Ani'a tract.Alo. .
    commence r.n TUESDAY th.y h of 1).cm1ier,
    j3.O9O be distinct, easy to be understood i-.i wh.tt it arw i-i, etC. etc"WINDOW E. i .f Si. E. aa 1 K kf' N. E. 4 of tit continue fjur Ar.nu.-J Moi-thi' of the
    Trad i is diyThe: / ;
    remains qnit t con command md and Tlie ] tnc tif Lu b T. 2. U. 4" N. tt XV. ant S. i ofSee. Id iriT. 2. Iw
    (\ !! requires committed to an npri s conJnct, lit lionosty of p"r- GUARDS AND GRATING, Df>ord of Tnwf >e5 will take paen WEDXES DAY.} ; ,

    ..-:i-fh dall, yot die miners are j rosp >riiig. authoritative and \iih1e! judge for its intcrpretat po.e. and ttcnero4tv to the sir em-I sJe ti.i.; Fir sttres dwe'ilta. lunatic ylnn5 pnon stcamht the lOtk It i is czpecteil a Sermon vnll Le f-rcurbr>1 3. N. A V... containing 411 CS-100 acre, tithin onus
    tJic mile of (
    and its pnivt.tI piiiRib, lie isquare, aii tJ.c level wt-re tn>t -ht Iron Iii rad wrhwire 011 the subject cf Education SUNDAY, the 7ti! Jinncy.
    t on
    'ii.-L-v-i. -I holds over seventeen on keeping.Ffl would 1 bt- a H. : i-acldnj% r.jjur
    present unkii'itni iiiMrumcntt The above wiii be offered fur ale in I.cire
    Qtancy
    \ in lj< 1iuit.! an j hil.l.oe HI i idevoiion
    r' of d1jxe J worth of real CSttLe and general snfwer as to why, being in jiosses- to hw Lii-lzf and iLe fraternity at \:>r i; tj.-- J-*, coal and wrrttn. an-1 a vwifty of articles in Thomavilio. cctfal The frii-ni invited an-1 to patron1 trurl. cf the IaEtitution the Court Iluasc, on Saturday the Cth day of Dteccm-
    ,.lt T oI maiKrou-t to rnrn'jiin Trhich tlii iavtrtif i* 8u<<- arc rusj y at
    Jon of the true religion and the pure Revelation titkd; I.at he had v1I Jarn.td Iu ti cuwnt ber next.
    1nfr3reu'tm P. P. SMIT1LPrft'ilfnS
    of, ; cr nveT ienc nrv r
    opt'lY. should be &
    p Italy not the ;
    opcncJ by act: kttovu, frtd the! irIIrornnt fur wLkh thii* cf the lesrrcl nf Trustees.TIiomasvEle .
    bad left San Francis- whole Mu-Kuii.1 xrurl! 1 iulo and ui.iv.l b cas.b, and tiie balance i-n a credit of or.u
    Lap > f..rn money
    Oregon *c '
    Tb'S .- "fi.fr. of any ol it*, soveieigns to the propagation o y :irUcle vra tKiU>r.ted. }.;r tk-jraiice. conihiiiod with: Ga. Novtmlier, 18l. 45
    i2.ll4 wils in truti Criti..vt rear. I'urchaaera will Sr title
    : uprigLt pay paper
    !
    p.Je
    ouUiuus otdullarsint iTrti th. Li the l of ii irjiunipmblc f
    doubts
    variety >
    uiui uncertainties fatahoods canty
    P i two and the Pandora's
    c 'ii'a< on. T c' ay % Lots for Sale.A
    "f d'rins and for half .
    cuSly (p.i
    box full of cxil.-i that whether ep cheajwu1 one Master b
    under <> a..t..k --iirJj'd aud joyous tn our Loj** of aIn Clinacery.Nocmcr
    It -- taau curt irr.n } it in aUt4icr unrivalled by LARGE 4
    any crtrnent of FALL an-1 WITEIt
    I 1651. 43 5t Sentkte! Is
    f the name of Protestantism what foll WftU ia'tft4tJty. (
    or not
    tcnilJe riot occarred at Chagrcs between tl.if:{ a yet offentl to the public: The plan cf crowiu2 j.V OOOIH. comprising all orticlas needed b tlitsmirkct
    l<,ws withdrawal of the light and authotity t .ti i ''jny of cur respect fur tbc m'snnrr of our : the r id' is so contrived tkvt each binds! th*> other.as. rect-tved by recent arrivals from New York,
    Califomians. Foriv brsthr recouirut'iid the Tax Collector's Sale.
    ..uiios a"4 roturniiig of tod* own teaching." w rcsaogc of the foilowiapJit : .J tL's a mutual support t piven to each iiiflvi'Iuii! for wile fa Lot to unit purchaser.

    t iv uttirrf and many Cairurukns are'reportcd If thi* i i' the spiih Uoman Catholicism in >/ funned shall for sale before the Cnntt J1..nu.c itQaincv.
    > ?< cf the large4 wire and manufactured ii e\pnw
    k1kt, r.ud nuiubers wounded. Adaais Ai CVsu1 the i'wii-d >taIt *-, it iseat-y tosce what would lirother Jesse IL Johnson, with deep and t'/* ma nrnl endure at least five tim the vioncc Wanted. in GaiMi-n ('.,n-tv, on the(: second M<.ml y

    aged, all k6 ) i cacc: the religion ol Rome -hould become pre_ /:I.fit (j. ThaJ, as a mark of re ppct for his memoy. of wiU tandinc. J'riww vary from 80 cent to f 2 _tt. can come wU recommended. Apply for terms qo raich thereot a* will pat the Suteand County

    >d, ami supposed to be kilk'd. do'ninant. % scarcely tilbc of the! i: wv i il! wear the unaal iMntjof mirarnin? for per lineal fooL The ru'eri'tr u-o iiuiaufactcres at Dr. Nah's Of9ro.November Taxes doe thereon frcm !IS4") to fCil,incrMf! ,and
    popuj ti.irtv d..z. and that the Lod. be ia
    sSiow for all c draped raouroisi the neestry espenwft incident thereto, lo ml :
    WIRE FENCES
    Tae elerlioa rcJuitu a majority Lntion of ifce conntry in its ranks it n1r.tt d\! f tiie of timo.llt&drcd. 8. ISSi. 44 tf
    j ir nc ptrnnl for enclosing firms, railmads park lawns, Ac., ecaranteed Onehnndrw! and 5xT\ notes of LaoJ in Gad irConnty

    tap candid the deawcratic ticket, av.'ri'g | S btgiiss to bally the nite-tf nt'ie, and talk of That a w.py of the f
    t1iothzU1J i iu t1i usnt rocs A fit mode and r# lu'i : INW O ] pullinff rory of warfare } lirointT. and that the bc"4lrc* -d bt-ceisiing ?stoiM-ively used, and preatly tli tingui-lifd A Tlhexsrell known rt.wl )rm4Tlv 4t'Cfl54 fri .
    for Church which has died Secri-J.-ry by Jghtne'-s of rnd cl' .uice of form -. l eui .ti CLARK & STILLilAN tad HUGH O. KcLtHS.
    democrats a already enough apjiaaraHC--5 a G neral Select
    uittuu.r Congress are .' them of the ardent ..
    Tm- t tw J : ? to a.ur and pr< >!ind fvmpatliy Tai Collector .
    at thcrt u'-'ancz the view i L- thjnintirrnpted
    imperceptible n ::- Assortment of
    democratic and the ofinnoc blood to float a shijinf the line in. of every inemhi-r is largely ; the ur.iajurfl, and the beauty
    tb If 'The! fi-nce I
    lan.lrccpe uiun-jiairtd. *
    r.n r.ntif
    ni&ue
    osvri'v for Jobn Bigk-r, democrat, for Governor the spirit of Popery. If there is a I IKJ dir4UJ to furui-ii eopieA of tu. iForefniri?? to thr iix'ly nerr plan. being pirtablc. yet secure. The Fancy Goo.!?, Cluth., Ci"4nere9. Yedtinj s"". flnser ; Sale.

    papers in Taibtluu> i is sTwat 1,590. Tfae whole vote of thcSie \ country oa earth where it ninintajns a dt c5dt hok- may be taken rlovm cnJ tnmported with the ; BY sm.t.
    the "'ilwcribpr w ready zvvl I anxious to ell on the the ClerkV Office of the Circuit Court for

    i iA >d prejMMiderance, and vIK r< vet Protestants to puliii4i Jbi- name in tin-ir mMpeciirp periodicals. to 3 per rod, iacladag Iron Pott.,from 12 to 16 I.ct most reawnuHe term*. fur ca-h or its s'pss'acnt.The the County of Lron. ilnl.'Hc CiiTat of Florit wherein -

    enjoy the same deg't'c of religious freedom All of wbicL u res|>ectf Mv! utitt-L apart -trick of Ci.sJing c')tt i' n in part of Jamcx "EL Bn.onv & Co. aryl! othen anPLiintiflS?,

    Is-jre zd
    efSrracus?, New Iorkvrafei t4don the 25thol j country it is. In by .tr the p eater part of r 1(41)ALIAII WOOD, will meet \sriih prompt attention.JOhN Black, Blue, Gna-n. Bn'wn tad JLsed Frock, levied upon and will expose KT nle bt'fre the Court
    C;. C. BIRD. D. WICKEPSUAM Sack furl Fincy C ts louse door b the city of Tullaha* e,on Monday tho
    ,
    i 'h countries all other
    Oetuur, : j take stej 3 ia frown down ilip i, su< rili ious but the Lonnc ROOM. Chattxlwiohie. Fa., NOT. 8, 1851. 2 10 Broadway, N. YWareboue2 Drab, Black and Brown Overcoats 1st day cf 3cetaber next, within lesjal Toers, the na-

    traitors and law breakers in ifot-ir midst, aad I | Calholic are outlawed ; and in some, particularly I certify that the foregt-i'jsj i In a tree tTttract frora JO Thoaiiw.T.Worb.Nen Hsui-Tcd and Black Silk and Black Satin Vests, lirided interest of the 'ai
    Florence and eome other part the records. I). SIcDOXALD, /> York Wire "Rollins Works, 59 and Bsck! Ptud, Grey, and Fancy Casaimcre l'aataWhite in the followinpr described property belonging to>the

    to express th ir devotion to law and order.- In Italy, a degree ofintolcrcnce i is exercised I :- 61 Lewis street ettnte ff Lw Cvthcr, William Lee deceased, to wit:

    Strong resolutions were adujited. The meet wiiich would do credit to the Dark Ages. If l'O1TOFSr.JflUS. N. B. Silver SI' lil avanle-I by Americna I 'titat<. Fancy Silk anti Har-eHlCT Vests, and va- Tl W. of tbe N. W. i. Sec. S3. T. 2. R. 2,N. A E,

    1R50. Bronze Me liia awarded by rrsaklmg Iu u- noun other articles too ctracroua to mentma. The S. E | of the N. :E. 4, See S T. 2, It ZN. i E.
    ttdiiressud J ames Urooks of thtX. ? ) three men or women are found reading the ARK1VLD.
    i is;! was by tntc.lM7an<1 I"tS. A. B. CLARKE. Also, one negro woman, Harriet sged 18 years.

    Y. Esjnoss. V.'e iiope ifce proceedings o,!f,! Hi! k- or pnainsr! in a pHvate hoase. otT they Nov. 13.: H&rk Ori'U Sir fr-m New York. .vTTJs.! 2 51. 45 Stn Novembers, 1S51. 44 tf .4 PriM-il'u, 50 -
    14 :Sdr. :-t.I; : u *
    be baiii4.cd fiom the boy, Taylor, 2
    avjt p' to p-i-on, or
    this cistiin in have a goodCalifornia. efTt. Kov. .". Hiii U. F CJarublc liotmcr 14 fm Tax Collector's Sole. M 0
    : ? sy I utiv.:! Clot; a\u tbe United States from Ntw York th Rt days Land, ITc roes, & Stock at Auction. s& Slarion, 1 *

    I auch iztkrzneeI M.mdiy. Silt D-"ccmler nsit, will \te cold at virtue of the jmwcr vt .tfi! in ire bv law, I Levied upon zs the property f said defendant, end

    CLEARED 0\the plantation uf John H. laler, Ceq, the Uow B shall expose for sale beinrp the Court House to be sold to satisfy said writ* nf fieri facia?.

    "The prospect of a division of Californiatwos t'f />itdr>nAriszica L'-air. Nor. 20. Brig J.G. Andtrwn, Paine, for N York. rag jin.perty: .l %incv, in he County ol Gj'Jsden. on the seod IL T. ELOCKER, SLerC

    ta Lv streng&euiiig. Mr Siiks JE.BcroTr SAILED. (5 ?f trmr Muttday of JI ry next, the following WTibed j>ro.xrty :November 1. 1851. 43 St
    Cuba end Slavery. much thereof will the State and
    160 ar res of LTH !, sir sa a< pay
    ?, in a ltter to rite Kew York lourtu We do not care to discus-, nor do xrc pre Nov. 1.{. Sclc. njit.4*, Blakely. New Orleans 40 head of Cattle, County rax. doe thereon from l I's41 to ISdUinctoive Notice.

    Commerce, by the last mail from Sail tend to vindicate the attack on Caba. Call 18. Sdx J. Vai Delona. New York 40 u IH";, < ,and the necessary expenses iociJeut thereto, to mITE StnciJIders cf the Southern Life Insnraac

    if IN PORT. 50 u Sheep, wi : J. i Trust Company are hereby ncitifi a that a
    Fiiiec+ vtes; fJ1 : it, yoa will a buccaneering expedition, a 400 Kashls of Corn. Eigbry acre i el Land, lying oa Crooked Creek, meeting of the Stnckholder will be held on the rt

    -Tfa roccnt $U.te el! ftion bs given tbc '! marauding incursion of reckless and desperate L1f-wc-l.n.Earls!ITsry Sbrnsas.Vary; ,Wm.Stur II.r BroJie*; Fngrim., Crarv S; Gat wyar*;,, Aba,TlantatioQ Utensils. Terns mode tnoTra on nwned by Ilcmeo Lewis. Monday b December next at the OfBce rif said Company

    and adventurers. (Iranted that it wss was a i day of sale. HUGH O STcLKAN, iu Taiaha! ?'ee, fri the eWtion cf s Botcrd cf I
    Deancraiic ] of Calir triia StaiJ PIL Oafr.Ll. flamer.
    prirty: roittro < i '; ", Collector Ga&den .
    Tax for
    USURY & ROWLES Auctioneers. Coaaty.n Trustees rucablv to the charter of raid
    infringement of international law and ] Company.
    ti-:) StstvH; I." ilivj I nl. in my opinion this gross Iir.sCUKM C. Lswr> ; Gen. WiLson, Pcrkuu; a vpmhcr S. 1 1S51. 4 1 fin
    R.
    SLave Stiite. I amity to attack and invade the possession of a1.1.. l' icll ; Ill-rait! Lace.s..r. November 15, 1851. 45 5t Noremtr 1.1551. 43 5t LYON Cashier
    th4 Soittb
    <:ru l"-cjiiiig a i
    'I a friendly It is certain that not only : P; :-r. itiL T Collector's Sale.
    T. vj t'f our j io the northern d abolition States of tio Union ------- rirtne cf the eiitect in bv law. I
    .' a Pactcry.l power inc
    re i..c .! !2! \ c'-.i: iu the march txof > greit.t B. K. LORD'S B LEON cmcrrr COSTS*.
    there pxi 4s n final fk'termnntim to hart shall epcf tnt sale before the Court House at

    < ur iirthli- Nation; and the attachcint : Cuba: a deep aid settled convictj that Cuba DAHCIHG ACADEMY.BJI. l I. %V. BO'vtW, Q'tincj i'i the County of Gatfcden, oo the second Albert C. Jordan, Coraphiruat! )
    of f'si' iuha! i1nats to lie ties have Ihe foHowin i" ,l
    tbcy I, Mixidity i.i May nest, ;crirj }>ro- vs. j-Dfrcrce.
    Practical LuV.d o-v/ trnifatlurtr Material
    1 Icii a: l.rt-j: are ftronga i have ever known; ifi thrown away upon the imbecile, corrupt LORDS Professor of Danring, re9w'- of for k-rtv. or 90 m-wh Ihfrrof as will pay the Taxes due Lucy J. Jerdan, Defendant J

    Ljt tit!tl! t'u-ir' wishes aud interests must b I and oppressive government of the rottenert inform* the -iti7x'ns of Tallahassee and xicirary i- thereon from the year 1S44 to iS.ii; inclusive, and 17 appearing ti*the saii. facri.m of tlie Court, br a E-

    I Euroju-an powers ; that the resources of the that hc has arrived here f r tinjurpo eoperiin < 1qtt E u.aet )u&I7Aett the n ce* ary experw thereon lo wtl : d.ivir made b tbw case, that the Defendsnt,Lucy
    con ui.'d! or tiiey will set op fr Uienisplves. i inland are wasted the and a Svirw4 l fr in-itruction in the a'w-c aeeom. Gi. Iflth (Thut Forty acres of Land ia Gadden C >nnty. beloncrine J. Jordan. reside beyond the limit cf thin State. M>
    energies paralyzed
    T''f ('hailston JWbrciK"jf sagt- the treasures embezzled succession, of | p""hij; -it ; as. 1 witsM say ti. the who may bi 8 by 10- 8 cents per Itrht, 16 cents per lijffet to Scsith &. 1'aranore lyi ii on North Jlo qnito that the ordinary process cf*u!>pu.na cannot be EcrreJ

    ', by a plea.Ksd to p tr *!r. !Cu.-iows is well kItt'fl as a wealtbr bankrupt whom the mother Tax Collector for Gad, I Order! saU
    j govenora, country ntkm will be j 'ven ti pu; entnwted! to hi* eare. 10 by 14-7-10 cent per liAt, 20 cent* per Ihrbt n County. / is therefore That deilcdant appear
    sow Yuri im-rcliant, v-im, for the love iids like locusts devour and wi'h ?.OyemherRtL.I 41 Gnv tad answer the Bill tif Complaint fileil in this
    I s to vex, tyran- They wiil b-.1 taught a view more pspecially to 1 1 by 16K cents per lisrht, 25 centa p r lihL cause

    of n'i-e-i'u'-' !ir
    :- i i'.t/ riri&es.} The last we ti"ard ofLi f.j i of hand finn of will resolute of i Dancing; M more pnrtacularly calculated 12 by SO-IB cents per li;ht, S5 cents per light Tax Collector-a Sale. Bill vrill be taken LIT ennft'ssed against her:

    1 !>.-. tliatlie in whaling eye, strong j jj Anmnj the Dances taujrht by ilr. I/mi c.re Cotil-- I1uk Rail Sash, 1 cent per ligtt, extra.tWE BY virtue of authority in me by law vested, I have PrtiviJrd, ftotmer, That entice of this Order be ptvb-
    < wa% was a exp" !
    j purpose, ready to seize and able to defend, be-1 linn*. Linden Frendi LanriTF. Polka end MazourkaSciutti upon and will eTpOM 6>r sale, before tb lulled ia wiiae ncwspfipr in Talb,ha'see f.-r ttrte

    In-.n! }h ''voad Bearing's Strait, and in an- long the gift that rnn'idcnce reserves, not for } Qt'Jrfl&t .di and Drawmjj llttcea Polka*. ? 07 Wt'L"G5. Court house door, in the city of Tallahaee] oa the months before the *al! first Monday in March next.

    coufiiabLproximity to the North Pole, decrepit and di-baueliod tyrannies. And to j Hornpipes Foumut.es, IIi>p.. T!t R4tW$%, Fren1i.SpaflirJ i by 1 3 inch, per 100 6-H, 7.1 cents. second Siond.iy in May oczt. the following d* cribe'lpniperty. J. WAYLES BAITER, Judge Aa

    whcr.- li- and lii tonfrerps were: in close Ameiica will have Cuba; we aSirm without German, Uliemsli and !iazooriu WaLtz, | by It inch, per 100 feet, 60 esais. or so much thereof oa will be suffirient tony October 7, ISal. Attest :

    p-o'? 'e* of lig: turned into jciclt'3. Helud the of and without fear of fa- I High!And FUngs, Gallojxujc*. &c.- aWi. a nev and hy1tn.h.pcrItOfreLi 00. { the State aad County Taxes due thereon for the OSCAR A. JfYEKS, ClettXovemTxr

    his u-uJ luck in cut of the ; gilt firojihccy, j I -iu''ful Daiwe. now in TOJJUS !in London and Pxui.. 1 by 2 bcla, per 100 feet, $1 75.2J year IKJl.tul i all foci luital expenses, to wit : 1,1851. 43 Cn
    : g.ttjn g: i ture refaction, Cuba will &f crnifjLfd to tk1" United {I and jut recuived by La, tnthled the Koyal Palace AH! that tract or parcel of LcuvJ known as ForbeParcha

    t"- > and ha dace refrcstjcd his love ofwvelty r | Stales. Yet here a principle steps i.i, Lapit7ka.cw .. Ste -Top Rail 2J-Eott a R iL-3 e, witliin Lean County, containing 14".T'0 Ln-c-r Priced Bagging and Rope.1(1PIECESJnflaBngiaatI&4ttapcrytrcl.

    wit'a a etody of the lanJ of gold.H .-. an 1 it is imposU'jle' to Ueny that Spiin ruJglit Private lessons Trill 1* given in any or all of inae'-Meitng Rail. 1 1. Please obcrre tli in ma- acre, more or lisa, sail to belong to the Apalachicola '

    is, we eujijns**, a very i-nparlial observer, have averted the blow bv decreeing the im- the above Dcttce to tioe who may wi-h thua,either king Frames. All other the ttt'Jfc a cent a light extra.eirrmnw Land CosopsirT. I'J U V* Kentucky16 -

    tad \vrites as ai jre, in referunce to a subjecl t I mediate abolition of Slavery. at lib Academy or at their n-tiuuacoft. D. ilcRACrY, GOcoiisTtiipe, 81 -
    tt hive !Kfore remarked There Mr. L. will always li* foqwl in readhie to rmVh AXDVeoidca ZOA1. Tax Collects of Leon Cfcsnty.Norcial The above article arc warranted ia every reect.

    upoa.; ap $ I. )Jui.ic and Prompting for Ball*, CotJuions end other Shatters,roBing or Btcadlnj! 80 cents *er >cr 8. 1P51. 41 CmTa end anU low fur c&Ju

    f-'Ji'euo doubt? ihi* matter of the dividun o f A word about this same Institution of Slavery partjeR.X. fcnt BERRY i ROTCIESlNoremner

    Cdifomia with reference to tie formation of akw I : vile, and odiuas, and inbcman an it h B. Lo* nw givm en the Guitar. Doors 1B| cents per superficial foot JIouLled Collectora, Gale.BY 9, 1S51. 41EzchangcaLPai

    State: in the Sr uth, k serious, and taaifc t there is much of tuneful rct.t and low charlatanism rgr Hi' Sithtwil| will commonce on Tuesday night Door CXNovember. virtue of authority m me by law ratted, T tore

    I dilfonn the Lai of the next Congress TIT at the City Hotrl, at 7 o'clfx-k, P. XL AH the 15, IR'l. 45Hontioello upm, an 1 will exp -e f,r ac. m front of !

    cg abroad. We do not deny that the w}K> lr-v waibsd uod those wlw may tri-lt tn enj the Court lloue door, m the city of Tallaha?= e<%. 01 r"*ROCEPJE3. flarlwart'. "V7o
    ** di- the ** bo that hoar. Feaalc Academy.rj"ITE the second JI stripes are a deep race to stirs; j t
    *cflksn Tizrozs.-The Grand I bat, in taking out the moLt from our brotber'eye !* A -.K-.h-rriioi lint cm U- fuuad at the stcffe of Juui* vxrcez of tn.-aVive InMrhitkTi having been lour the following d nirwd jarnperty, r.r *o much j Hat, Cup'. Black DWM C<,at8, Pants, "Vert*, fhrcrc -
    4A thereof will; be sufTifient to the Taxes due
    rnnf.fAn! psnreJ tint as
    JL >d, the pav.
    B. E.q.Nveur2Z185I. reua' piiMt are
    % let us not forget the beam ia our own. all 'ats. Hun'insr Coat*. Sadtlln, Bridles, icn given in
    UK Inited state District Court alLavo I It is because the it offer "vcrr a i not tfotnhcrn States "
    I1Mi are ring a th:.roiarh arwl Cui-li'"! F'lnration. The a .-..vticKC to wit:
    returned thirty-nine raow j Slave holders, that the whole Democrat}' of Raiaway of tr.- .-'nthmtn from the MaleDepartmtnt.! The E. i cf See. 11, UK P. TV. 4 end the W. cf Country November cpnt-rally.1 1851. J.43Youth's IL WILLlAilS.

    elaIaht person imjilicatfd ia Chribtims -- tie: We tis to b>-taunted with the wu of a part; $ c 1'ROM the ahcribar about th i ,f s. (whooc abilitif noM no cnniment,) love been fcnrcdia the N. W. 1 of Sec. 12.T. 1, R. 2, N. and E.antxn- ,

    aud it is. that 1. Lt narneI SYL.'iftVA. the clx !-ic< and matliPinali'-s. The iS ..ical Department in r &02, Sl-100 acres, Ijiruj near the plantation cf Children's and Clcthin
    eltie in all Iran. not lung ago \ve of iLU laud of ternber a uor@ wnmn Boy's ?,
    making one in c'mrjp of Po.f'r GBo-'m.t.i.E.: afliirds John Parkhill,&q,porpbrtiag to belong to the estate
    ft Iiin whose aged lbOUt 4) years. S.zid negro is tottzbuut of which haad received
    e< aucvstorg had fought and won ArmLstwul. CJOilB u very ome, jit br
    uf Marcus A.
    true bills the trai-. hib and dark ;are opportunity for arquiria? a vajierior knowleJsp
    ginet
    :) ; 5 fiet; mpexuo.I A 0 W. T. MITCHELL,
    the batiles of liberty at home active D. SIcRAENY.
    t were as iavncal and tnim'Tital Mune. War Fruit tndvevrt
    kbe is Irjkiiuj about the lnyul of the V'kulhi November
    flwrtaaayofthtan 1.1P.51. 45 tf
    will be convicted I
    and busy Siavehulders as the Carolinas are tpwj'4 Jlivtr. I \nl! jrive ti f>r her apprehension and variety rT rirrtrer-maiiar alto tanyht. Yoni? Tax Collector cf Leon Coenty.NoveaaKr .

    noxr. And yet \v-j then cpoke of England as deli very to me, or bif; rnulion to her wheb uts. tadit.i t1eszrin wily to be taught the omawental 8,1FS1. 44 Zm NOT Opening.

    the land of liberty/ For, to Fpet-k calmly JAilES ENGUIILGadenConyNoyner2.1bIiI. branches, ';ill be received, an-1 .strict nt'cnrtjonR. ivcnt1em. Hats and Caps, l FINE ortment of Hard-ware. Gla' -wareCrockeryware. -,
    W. rnROUSO A
    AT SvHcn B.-SyracoseB the Slavery of the blacks, who have never tasted 46 lt' Aontiet-lo.. Nrvrmbcr l 131.t5 5Clothir OF all Gcrts,just received and f sa- sale CirrAr. hollowware, Stcne-warp.'Wood-
    : vare, Sa'ldlerT. U excited, on the 31st ultimo, ia con. freedom, is not to be reasonably compared W. T. MITCHELL -
    Tax Collector's Sale. November 1, ISI. 43 tf All of which will l>e sold low for cas-h or if icnl credit
    apuee f a warrant being i ued for the with the Hbvery of your white ilnngariatf, v-t'd in law. LalJiJ October 2i, ISSL. 42 J. IL WILLIAMS.
    "D Y virtue of atib Iflet(5 fugitive > glair and Ilustian, and Italian, under harder and t5ipC4! .Tat Uou. iloaticelki For Farnilic.A .
    slave. Tk* escaped. cxpo 1 fur mk'bef in I, mer.t r f Cloths, Ca'*imorrs nnd Venting*, which

    Hxanis were all the more cruel taskmasters! The Slavery of the j Jeft ri oa County on the firl Munday ia aienext the robTflxT i< rrfarrd to mamfarl'.re in the mit SMALL end convenient lose SOAP t- be Flonr, Butter, &c.
    posted
    over city, warn5aS docks is not to be reasonably compared with ; the \Vi-t of Section 7, b Town-hip 1 of Range 6, ftvFr.rre4 tvl r.r>d en the most renwmable term- Ui bought of S. a ILIGHT. 'I UST Landed from New York,

    people to "beware of Jnajipers." i the Slavery of fogii paupeiihai 1 l'ar \\tc it j Nortfc SIM! East, T w mu-u tlieri-of as will TUT anJwitUfv Gentlemen in want of a ngular and fosuiouable outfit November 1. 1851. 43 ti 6 keg best GoRlicn flutter
    Wm. U. Anni will do well in rail upon -t Cigars, '5"
    f Xtw Jeeier EiacaoN.-Tanoa. A" J., from us tu writ* a word that may be distorted iuid County f a IMl, aaouctin? to f 5 57-100. beM.lu Kovcmbcr 8. 1R51. 44 A. R, CLARKU Preserves, &c. 10 barrels Flour,
    to a palliation of Slavery v.-hite black 4 FURTHER eufplyf I'reserves, ic, ic,just
    .rr. 5.l this or ; # CIMU and expiise Said LnnJs are 2 ca L Porter,
    State the Senste will probaM but we warn the wholesome sympathitis of oar ia the Kud County of Jeffcrsoa, it'-w llonti-i-lsi. Groceries. a.x received and i-jjened. 6 I
    ; stand 12 Democrats to 8 Whigs, aad the icalers agaiust trading and oiilvicua} Abolitionists JOHN \VOOTEN, "TUST received per Scfcooucr Clipper from New 1 cae East India Chow Chow." a beautiful and Pilot Dread, Water Crackers,Butter Crackm,Soda
    Hoase TBS Collector for JeiTcri. ucliciotw Prewn-e fc=r the Tea Table.
    33 Democrats to 21 Wluga.Kr u County.Novcralxr U* Orlean.-, B&cuit. A. H. FELKELL
    C2, Ih5l. 45 Cia 75 barrel Family Flour, :1 i case Spinbh Olives, Oct .bcr 23, 1851. 42F

    John if flot the fate "wias candj. What lonely life ithozit Tan-Collector'a Sale.B 20 ilt/i\-rk. 1 l'alariowuj. -
    a a man leads 20 Rectifi l Wuakcr, 3 .4 ns'rted l'reserves, Strayed

    date for Congress in the Richmond, Va. DhvWct wife or children! lie fee-ems to bang, as Y virtue t>t authority v ti4td l in rae by law, ITown4ap 5 LeafLarj, 1 Jarn ,
    loose fr sale bei.41e the Coirt Hov.c in Ltu-d Oil I SaLad Cream, ROM th" jb=cribrr on the 1 cth tIL a P-Inck
    be member
    if were a disjoined society expu.e r. ,
    u out iu the wilh a valedictory upon lne thnie Mare Male about 14 lrfut-1* bh, 4 yeanol la tSpring '
    papers hitter'.
    \ceCr a ,
    disconnected from the rest of t his fel- :.oniceuo. JelTtx'oi COtfltY. 441 the fir.t Monday in:4uc1 Z Img'-la'afU prime Sugar, I % visible taark.
    MUWW j iavUich be says that be is now done nest, the N, W of S. V f 2 tirce, Clarified do. 1 namral Pine ApI.les, ; no reeollected. Any inf.'rrna. ,
    \low all those household ties which ti'i/ the wii-l Mule will \\m
    beings by respecting thankfully re-
    & E. SarJineA.
    > ita 1. i.f nuitre 4, S. or w> much thereof! 10 Ices flutter, 2
    poliiics forever t'-yukscat en pace. ;eitn to form the connecting !links of lir!<>. ax will pay anl eatiM'y L. L.IP'oor4biTaxes due tote o bexes Chece. 2 F.ngtLh lkes! Cfivfxl. aibl any rHOjvooabli.ezpet-e will be pail for

    W42: tScii fThe tk-ilijn oft world of- : -- State ami County for 1851 amounting to 42 rent*, 1 da Line BufTilo Tongues, : Thvenn Eztractft, tLe delivery of said mule t<> rn<> at this place.
    DAVID
    ter h3n IX>W.E. No. C, L O. f). F, > b*jJ<* *
    i on the emiaest trifles. A little miff Qciaey. !'tv. U. i"1. fCcicbretun the uvl Cuuuly of d'r Shoulders 'r UOWLE Auctionecr &c.NovcmIr1.1l. Ga, November 1, 1831. 43 lot

    letveeu Charles Px.aaparte end his love, Lcni A N Af1TVLTU of Fran- Jetifriwn.JOHN TVOOTF.N, 3 ca L Sugnr-cureil family ITnm., 43

    tI*, ;U have broien offa inarria e, which Li. liFiAKKUJf LOL .iii be had iu Quincy r Jtffc-rson County. 2 new Carolina Rice. For Palo by Notice. Oonl's Clolliin?, J 12I kt:.

    ae b.rdi to NapolKin aad the batle of Thurd12v, tlus 4ib of December, IOUUIQ.. Novembrr 22, ISil. 46 Sw BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneer.!, ic ANEW ortmrnt of laic styles bv late arrival
    the first b December next at II o'
    All Lrttliria in gxnl tat Ting ui thc Order are cir November 8, 18.11. 44 ON Monday New York. J. M. ILLIAM3.
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    terlG.At1CflOZe. ____
    1km. diiiily invited to att KlKov. Tax Collector's Sale.BY A. M_ I will sefl at Public Auction before October 2. 1851. 42

    Yet, that j is a fact Sap;** **a little miu" 15 1W1. 45:; iL T. DOBT, Sterclnry.laj virtue t f authority vetted in me by law, I (-hall] A Card. the Court Howe, ia Tallatue, the folluwiny; da cii-

    tail taken plac> between Adam and Eve *we iiKK a bt.f ire the Court H
    la: the t-[Ciica-o Jwr/wcr. Orjer*. <)uiwrr. NovcThbd J 2, lt-51. ) tho E S VT J of Sec. 5, ia T. 1. oflueie4. N nail virimty in j-arfimlcr. that ho 1 ii row fir poreilto revive the W. i N. W. I. Sec. 11, and the X E. f of the N. A FINE wortment jr.tt rpened, and for aie at

    Nippta onbearinthat Powers the A A UEOULAR Mtbsc of IT: the W i N E 4 f t f Soc.5, b T l.of K ne 4, N Khnlbrs fr in tn rfion in llufic r.n the Piano E. |. Sec. 15, in T. 1, Ii. 1, Bouth and West, liring in prices to suit the times.
    ,
    oculptor %, r /Tjira'apinent wGl Us htM on the iid K, ar.d L-Jt Na 5, of Sec. SI. in T 2, of Jtang I F -rtc. He will call at the rcf-idencw of perKaw ilefirins I Lr"n County J. SL WILLIAM3.
    wa&"at work on a J st/ cch2nedtath2 \ first TuerMbtJr in Di-Oeinber, at tnr ft nitn N und E:, or *w muh therit.fns will i y and Kitytha : to tsie their lefcacna at home, titli.r in town or Nepro clavea Maria aged about S2 years,and Nancy Octbcr 25, 1831. 42

    could not see how an\(one could work rnjinic-rze Qinnrj" 8r: Knsg'li** are all iairitod Jobe JUtat <.fnu-.flnnlopb'n! 1 axe* iluc to tlKbrfc in tl.e roimtry., age.1 about 13 year -

    'len they wa on a bit "'*11iero that Jim in aiteniaoce. TLc latm will lx iiameJ 6t the t :n:! Con ty for 1851, amounting to f'23 17 rt A Piano licom will be rr
    Ferguson," paul hy' he's been on a bust cvrac ouud of iLe ba -le. Kv
    9' he had that ain E. JEAN IL VERDI CR. the fcaid County of JtHVrton "HVi of Y.t'ntieu. borne. ,&. (Jcor w Syford anti V.'ife. Term r-f .a1e.! ctrdi.II. Brandy, a Mire irtW pt>rr4a .d under Cuat.mi

    ten dollar lift paid Grand Commander. JOHN "WOOTEN, For terms of tuition, please apply to the untleriigned. T. BLOCKElt, Hoiue 1'xk sod i k >y in Now York. -

    .fc"n.anahaala'tso3d to for* nothi-' whatever H. Ji&BOTT, J-r; r'kr. Ttx CjUector *nd Aeasr. C] F. BARTIL Special Matter itt Chancery BERRY it ROWLES. Aactionecr, &e ..

    work. Xbns&er 15, 161.. 43. J .2.'oTcnler22fie51. .4* .Jm Atigwt 1 C,J 851. V.-12. _r--r eowtf No-ember I. 181.' 0 F 43, tt I -AESV o-vcmberI,181. 41 j,
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    NEW GOODS. FORWARD & TOWLE, Towle &. Myers, P. P. LEWIS, I cgat bicrticrntlIt9, The extraordinary fienedyfor ditenfrtegreat ..'tlan ; the Jrj

    Attorneys at Lar: & Solicitors ia Chancery, 1:i A Eon hind,and are now receiving new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. Btatt!

    : JAKES H. WILLIAMS iTALL.IIIASSEL' i gt'neral I a 1 P iLO1I[).%. Unlffleaf
    Geld Lt-vcr Hunlin Watches
    ; of the Post (ttIee. where MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- <

    :. ]."S XEU'now itTviuii GOOtH, lo lii*which F-ll aii'i he rails U'intt-r the sinp'.y ntlentiu ol i id' WM. A. FOHWAKH, I SIMOX TOWLE.of Gold Anchor Lever do he will Lit! fount!, unles professionally DEN CIRCUIT COURT. T\HE\ miraculous cures performed by the vJL -

    J474f Si. A. \ Silver Leer Hunting do en, agetL September 7, 1850. S3 physician m the days of old, *
    qusne. Were tb, ,
    .
    His Complainants,
    a his ca (r>mn* and th public generally. October Silver Anchor Lever do -,-- Sarah G. TARmac and Jane Tillman, upon a- the result if tnagir, bat %""*
    4 18.1. S9A. since
    inelt i ia well selected aa l adapted to the on- w* ia,
    ; Lapine and common do Tax Collector's Sale. tf come intimate with the history we el*.

    K. MAXWELL. X. 1). I'MY Gentlemen's and Ladies* Ronm Pin,,a general assortment Thomas S Snell, William CSnell, Julia F. Edmonds f or their *urpriing power over di can tbn aecauat
    p ( >Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1 Susan J. Little, and Jenetle V. G. Donald ea,,
    it1 ,
    annyKestnrkv ir
    MAXWELL & PAPY of Ear and Finzer Ring, Gold Guards and B t ainmenfsin tIme kisowledge cf r.tk r.
    : do. shall expose for sale,before the Court House at son, Executrix ot the 1a4 will and testament of medicine 're
    Kejs, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, Gold and ,\onderofthe while ,
    I Do Me Rope and Twine, ATTORNEYS AND COUXSF.LLORS AT LAW, Pencils,Gold Pen"Gold and Silver Spectacles,Silvei Gold Qnincy, in the County of Gad.-den, on the third Robert L. Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. encecf Chemistry age,, which at with the same lime the aj'*
    :1 ffclt N iU Iron Steel Monday in April ned l.the following described >ropeily.orso Administrator dtlotiii them had if.-
    and
    I g TALL tllASSCC, FLOSIUA. Sleeve, Collar and ttosora Billions, Silver, Pearl, and } Love.Sheritl c.r officio was to the ictlot Ihe wotld "a booiC"s'n''
    J sealed
    c ]tas ei. Croons, Shell Card Cases. Gold and Silver Thimbles much thereof as will pay the State and non of the estate ot Susan S. Snell, deceased. j
    fins i the
    n Botany they were most
    rfsfnd'A"4
    i d.. ;. Rip dOnruburga. > Fobmnry8,1R51. 5_ _ Fan Silver and iifTalo Combs. County Tax due thereon for the year JSf, and the appearing to the satisfaction pf the Cobrt that t he beautiful which skirt?ealeu* ," ll1bia

    '( ; 4 (Georgia Mill*,) Also, French Mantle Clock?, Table Knives, Te, necessary expenses incident thereto, io wit : IT William C. Snell, one of the above named Defendants abound groves and the d5y1, CfAT2.!;
    CHARLES\ DOWNING rare plants
    j .r' Krfy*. Ltnrv, Wool H ts. T rays, Piated and Silver Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoon Six hundred and forty acres of land, lying on reside* beyond I he limits of this State, and obtained cirrous we- ,

    : Cotton Yarn, (bed Southern roills, TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, *", Plated Spoons, Forks, Cran sail Soup Ladles Rock Creek, purportng tobclon to L.S. Gatlin.or i in the Slate of New York,and that Thomas S. Sod), are sam, ol which Ihosearornantrcpurnsand this incomparable fragran' ,

    Crocker- Hardware, Tallahassee Florida.EF" so much thereof as will pay the Tax aforesaid. another ol said Defendants, is supposed to reside liniment i
    I. 4. ware Plated Waiters, de.Tea Sot, Castors, Candlesticks posedand by whcse stimulating, cram.
    -. Wood ware, Grocerica, O.ncc at the Capitol.March Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles.AUo.fme HUGH O. McLHAN, beyond the limits of this State, and the United i ing and Anodtne properties it is urctnflfl5.Cfl,,
    t A ot Shirt ami Shce."tn Tax Collector for Gadsden County. wh/ve residence is unknown when pr
    ; : Urge wnrtin( ings ?, 15, 1851. 10 tfW. double baneiled Guns, Shot and Game States. but : stantanemirlifnstd! *
    Calicoes, Check Stripe,, October 11, 1q51. --10 Cm It in therrfore Ordered, That the said William C. : through the whole')
    h Ha?'*, and Fla k<.fine pocket Knives Porte Monnie, allaying the most intense !

    : ii1linz.Cimerc. 0. II. DAVIS, Port Folios, Violins, Claroncis, and Flutes, fine Razors Tax Collector's Sale. ?nt\\\\ appear and pleadanswer or demur to the Bill system ibly short time of 10 or 15 pain in tbe'''ncred.

    A :: A rboice a* 'rltniit ol fancy good*, ((1te11e ) Strops, &% of Complaint filed in the above entitled cause on or and minutes. Ifs

    :' ; :; 0f- Pull wtcp Ktvt-n (or Hides, T. ''law, j e. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Di"qualitv and general assortment of Perfiimerv, B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I before the first Monday in March next, and the said prompt, powerful It ilctual, with. j the ,
    danger. the flesh
    : All of which ate offered at Iotsei1 rnatktt juices taken or> l>iahnd< at Tallahassee, and will &t... &c. TOWLE & MYERS shall expose for sale, before the Court House at Thrma S. Snell within the period of nine month contracted coids penetrates to the bone l

    by J. M. WILLIAMS. HAS atite in the Com N of ibe Middle Distiict, Setiember 2S, 1S50. 2S Quincy, in the County of Gad-den, on the third horn the date of the publication of this Order, or for restores. use to limbs which k"'
    been
    '. Oe.bc iS. 1$51. 41 and ol F'kli4! and Jackson Counties. Monday of April next the following desciibed piopeity.or the said Bill will be taken pro eonjesto against! palsied >ear* causing the shru ledfl**K 'to
    f and rich
    ;.. : M;rrh 0. IS..O. 9 Bounty Lands and Pensions. so much thereof a* will pay the State and them : Prvcidtd That legal publication? of this crow out the Snnsial blotd tocirculate lhr-o"h, n. "",
    Ir restore
    Notice. lit:undet signedhvingrna& with County Tax due thereon for the year 1 SSI and Ihe Order be made in some newspaper published in this Fluid or Joint Water.1a4
    M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGEHAV1NO arrangenierit this is the reason why if has brett so
    T JOSEPH fc CARO, Keeper of tho Spanidi Arrlnvoe a coutnetenl and c.\<)piienred Agei.t iuthe City necessary expenses incident thereto, Io wit : Circuit. 10th October, IS.'l.J. cessfiJirvcuringall rfis > universally**"
    cube
    I Office of Pen.u4a, duly qnnhtied and :: : "vi.xtevl thcm clvss for the purpose hi 1 of t Wa-lMiiituii, and being now provided with i Iheapnioted The w hole of what is called Forbes Purchase," WAYLHS BAKER, Judge, &c. ic afTcctioi..4 of the a Liver Joint. InrK. *
    Spine,
    *' eflatz4i4med; in .tut for the State of Florida, EscamOouniy. ; : Liw, will sive prompt attfiitiuii to I aid; icqu-ile foini?, will attend lo the colIcclion lying in Gad* !en County, or so much thereof as will A true copy-Attest, this Arabian remedy stands, Lnnjs an,} K,4iu
    great *
    buiic' rutrwtcd to tlieir cr-rc. pav the Tax aforesaid bounded on the East bv the R C. LESTER, Cletk. nnparalW;.,! t
    ,$_ l>y liis Excellency he Ooveruorcf tLeSbtte any I of Cl.i1n'< by po.vei's ol aliorney for l ounly Asue Cake ur Enlargi-menl of Ihe '
    ;iulv 26, 18.11.: tf Ocklocknee Rivcrarnlonihe the October IS ISI. 41 4mmSm SpUfn.ii'j i,,
    sadCou 'v nf.reai 1: 20 Land*, Pensi.n-! and Claim for IjO?>es diul Sericescim Weby Apalachicola cific ; and for Rheiimati.m it has *

    HIM i to oar t fry to all whom it tuny or tJiafl con Ibe CJu'ied'' SJalo? Government. i' River. HUGH O. Ale LEAN, the most pirfcrmrd Jttn *
    extraordinary cures f.n V
    0 cenij that the Mof'wre Dc cd, bearing date the ninth Law Firm. Otiiccr and -joUlieis of the war ol Ibl2, or ofany Tax Collector for GadsJen County. In Chancery. Cratnp, Swellings Pains, Wounds reroidai

    ; tfl% of Septenrbj-r, in ihe year of our LorJ one thouffafal ] *- "OEARD & BREVARD will practice in co-pnrtnor of the liuliun wars since ) V.A), ale ntitks! to Bonny October 11, 1&it.! -10 Cm GADSUEN CIRCUIT COURT. Darns, White Swelling, Tumor*. &c, ChilKU-*.,

    '- ? ImuJrwl nuil twenty, front Octal in* Mitch-1 iJ rhi1, in all the Courts of tho Middle Circuit of t Lar.d uitdt r t'.ie l.iie Act ol Conjres For services Tax Collector's Sale. Frances A. Russell, ) equally etScacious in di5ea4es of Animal Xc j,

    ,. 0 4 eu to'ihn Forbes upon nn undivided luilf of the 1 ]Florida. OI2ce in Tallahassee. lendeied, 9 moderate compensation will be vs. > Bill for Divorce. E'i5tnlaPollEviSvveene| ,SlitfComphinf'i<

    U I lanJ' bplotiTir.g to die Apalafhicola Land Company JOHN P.EARD.T. cbaiged.unonuelivtn cl lie\vuranl ortheimour.tcoliecicJ 1) virtue of the power tested in me by law, I William! Russell. > per, FaroSprains' Bruise, Wcund*,

    i I u Uie CVwntM of Franklin, Gadndcn Loon, and Wa- W. BlEVAlID.Febrrniry I). P. IIOr.UK, I)1 shall expose for sale, bef>rc the Court Hou' e at appearing lo the satisfaction of the Court, by inn, Windfall?, Splint ; and for nearly Mange.all' Spar.

    I Ua. bw>IIWSB dii* day impelled, according to the I. 151. 4 tf G. W. HUTCHIKS.Jlatch Quincj in the County of Gid.-den! on the third .IT aF! ; 'AWtei1 forms of (t1.t! law John liuier3irtia.irat 00. IST.l. 12 If Monddj of April next, the following described ) p.
    t Hpani-h by property the Defendant in ihUcaus resides beyond the plication, this Liniment rtands at the head
    .
    :., (!
    1 i '! in licial tirotoral, fl9W on tile in my office at the Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Sight Exchange County Tax due Ihereon for the year ISol, and the :
    ,
    .I1 of said tnontm'je, ami! in my i>rc5ence ; he: NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON necessary expen.-es incident I lieu to, to wit : // is Ordered, That the said Defendant do appear, Lirer Complain t,ErysipeIa3, PJletn7atj ,

    I '' i ; aoit'd ti 1tiv4'rvceivci full satisfaction, ALLIGATOR, E. TLA. ON for sa1* in sums to suit, byTHOMAS Two hundred and forty acres cf land, in Gadsden plea), answer, or demur to the said Uill cf Com MARIOX Co. KT. Cun-etl.

    : t:, une, and that te ttToct of ciiJ encc1k2tioT% )'1 ?L Wmr Sjirrn. I JL O'BRIEV, J. PEPIK1N County, \purporting to belong to Robert Jimerson, < r plaint within three month, or said Dill wiil be tj- Raricic May 27,

    S !ia.c nod i t.1inqtiiith frmn 1ft$ data the said landfI Office at Alligator. | OiUce at NtwnanRvfllc. October H, F5O. iJ Agent Marine Rank. *o much thereof as will p.i> the Taxas aforesaid, lvingonFl.it ken pro conJPs8o, and Ir.is cause beset for hearing Mr 11. G. FARRELL-Dear Sir : Your

    4. lte (f t1e d4 niortte : %11 flf whidi w*' | Defer to Col.) S. S. Str try. Savannah ; Judge THOMAS i Creek. IIL'GH! O. McLEAN, at the next Term of the Circuit Court for Gaddden wsellii-g ery wetland) doing a vast dealcf

    -' .nt d aled.and acknowl<'gd in the said niort- Dorci.As$ Jacksonville ; Col. J. I'AIXE, Ocala. ETNA INSURANCE COMPAUY, Tax: Colkctor for Gadsden County. County in March next ; and that this Order b published mong the people. Il has cured a bad case e/EM.PEL .

    i I-< '- !margin, before u: i'id Walker Anderson, witiivneutat OctoUr4,1851. 89 irrroitD! CONx ECTIcUT.TIUILDINGS October 11 iv'ii. Jl Cm I in some newspaper printed in this Stale once *!?,and another of a BD PAIJJ i* THE !Rj.51

    1 ] the csivution of the atne, hi' thi Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house ricE''liUlvt COTTON GINS I a week fur three monthsand that Complainant take A months lady,with who LIVER was cenfined CO.MPLAIXT to her ted for sereni

    I .J.'n Innmrity, ae the Jniiiiistrator of John; SAMUEL HOYT C; CO. JL) iusuica fire. testimony in the cau e. 13tb October, 1S31. and *
    against ILSS by TAYMin & THE HEART, was entirely cured
    I:. ET. Ct) Proprietors of Ihe Co- J. U'AYLES BAKER, Jud3'e. by the nse s 'cur
    GENERAL COMMISSION LEWIS & AMES, Arabian Liniment. She
    said
    Cotton GUI the
    MERCHANTS Manufactory, have the sat- A doctor
    trhcnvf. I liave
    ia ha-ennto wt trnecopv-Attest, ccu
    t temony my a< lS. 0 3
    Jinaary >, > Agents, TalLhas-ee.
    laction her I It ha been
    liatid R4! aifix*''! the eal of my office, ati. I IX nit BIYIXC AXD PO.UXG fK i loannounce to their patrons and the Plan- R. C. LESTER, Clerk.WILLIAM. no good. applied to a fresh cntnd
    t generally cured in short time. I have
    Ptai-wmJa the 27Hi uf A, throughout the Cotton growing region II. MITCHELL a been afflicted wj iRitECM.TieM \
    [i. sj uii day August, Every Description of Agricultural Lnplcent. JOHN PRATORIUS ,
    that they ate for a long time, and
    to
    1). IboL prfhsartd supply any number Solicitor for Complainant. just beoreaimfsrwell /
    I JOSE E. CARO, AXfl XACJJXERY.ALSO [or mn LATE riKM or BI'LLsj & 1'JtATOll1t' ,] of I heir celebrated PKJMIUJI Ci'.s. October IS, 1S5I. 41 3m it pained me so much that I had no neareal
    Georgia and Trench Burr Mill Stones Where these Gins have been day and in the night I commenced
    bsIhin.
    Koeper Spaniel Archive Office, Puaci1a. ; EuI I inform his friends anSI the once used, it would ; ar4 _
    Cohiirrn, Cullin) and JUiiltiinr Cloth! *.- T7"OULD% that he ha- taken the store latclr! public be deemed unnecessary for the MannfacMiier to say Middle Circuit of Florida. bins with your Liniment,and before I wa, iLoe,

    .t14', every kind of Produ, Ivorfh and South, and jf\ occupied I a word in. their la\or, as I hey feel confident the bingthe pain ceased. JOh1NBUc1LN
    4 T, '- i* tocrriily that die decree rendered ajidn L ft.-hy r1L Ri' cl. vnl g.ij.'iiii-'ir the t-torc lately machines IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT.Jolui _
    | L-tiid fur Wool liidts Deer bkiiw and have been
    CASH Shipping brought t-> such
    perfection that
    ,
    :(. > eon (if ihe Apa .idiicola Lnnd Coinj aav, in o occipit: l by Ihll: Furs. II superior will
    ; r : SAMUEL UOTT. HAMPTON L. BILI50.a nyiy i in preference Io all ether Gin now in ue. For the: r* [ Attachment fur ?S70 18.Franci .. Sore Ci-rtd. a
    Eyes
    i1 >eea 0''l, <>5i a .!?* for the f'lwlosureof ; e
    >
    not used the
    I 1.< '. .' u* ii' ai OcUivioMitcJH'11! to John Forbes I, 3rFNTs: )hus received, by the lne arrivab, a c/toirt and I and are unacquainted with their reputation, lie Gins Propi IE Defendant, and all other pt-r"ri3 interestetl, M. Mitchell, Postmaster at Fiat, Falton Co'n.

    p i S Vhrt'Jilit to tin tiaid Company luis beet wll-tchetrd supply) f CV'o/Av, C tK laierft 1'ettiiiy; *, ielors need that the FIRST are hereby notified of the institution of thi. sr.itby says :
    I t\m\ { tw the to for ilcffirs. ASOKHOX & Co, Savaaaali, Ca. rral nny say Premium? Jlr. H.G.! FARRELL : Your Arabian
    payment me 11-5 attorney ". Fancy G'ofl; c'so, a (pi< avtortuunt nf have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN procc-fls of Attachment, and are furthermore required Lining5.
    Ihii. of the of eald end I FBANKUX < eiaount highly nf
    'i iterte. one
    i it-.y. to and
    ) Y-JfAJE to the my
    WFBSIEB & PALMES REAl CLOThING, I he great Slate Fair held at A lanta.Georsia appear plead dcclanition filed nenktori.
    p 1 -. : idciiou. ; wa ntwrc-d by ro 1flO11 the ex< u'u ** Swri l> & ,Co. All of which, I flatter myself sire eqrjil in fetyle ami\ ; also, at the Alabama and Georsia Agricultural-]I therein, within the time prescribed bv luw. horses ct the Stitl Complaint hy boot irarrr M
    Ii, tl ud decree id I fui 1r ; r.xsiA>w sptiCatLuns.anl I cured of
    certify one tif lhesvTe
    i ) own
    ;
    Upft my .
    WK. P. Minrn ACo. ICew;
    York. ; Our Sheriff
    I'M r xiiI the transfer by me to the paid John Inner- ney. Joseph Dyke.. cured fci* bcr.
    iu this market lie will give annual Fair of the Sruth .AttgjncyifL.r PJaioiiiE e tlab.id
    partR-nlar attention Carolina
    IU-<:<;t.j> Norns, MAO.\ Co, Ikwton. Institute, at Ccrk with it he
    i \ u'-ra.or( : of the aniotmt received, also tried if
    : \ to by me, October en a celt ?
    F. IJ. IJOOMIS i to 1in lJ1tIe. :nd h<>])es he will merit a liberal Ifr.t. Cfiailc, ton. Tie Cotton ginned on thtte Gins 15, [IS] 1851. 41 3m ?
    Eq., New London CT. received had the
    ) /"ir 11J ia dtw fonn < f law, and in my presence, Distemper very bad andcBr >di'imin, .

    1 < J i il niLe', n-i stated iu the foregoing ccri' IL S. McColm, Esq, WiliningUo, Del patn-muje November 23.*: tle 150.public CharlestonSouth the first Pieminins Carolinaard at the exhibition held in Middle Circuit-Leon diately. He says it is decidedly (he zre*:rr herje
    County.
    I.. of Jose K Cure,. Est. September Clb31. 85 tf 40 tf at every Fair wher medicine he ever u ed. There lave tetn rnmbtrj S

    \ to.--i, my lutud, tla- 80th 1fiv of Anjnrf 1R51. Pure of am'Iescf The; Cr.tton t'roni I hem have been exhibited. John E. Taylor, } In Attachment cured of Sore Eyes with it. 1 find it a tery TiluaSl
    Sulphate Quinine. Proprirtors have in their
    WALKER ANDERSON NASH & CO., possession numerrus r*. > Sum sworn to ?144.5O. medicine both for raari and beast.

    1' 1'rL1c1. 40 8t Dealers ia Drugs, Medicines, fire., 7-n lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and 1 mission cfilificatcs fn.rn I'lanler*, Cotton Brokers, Com James T. Daffia. ) Assurap-it *510.00.THE .

    -," A'lverti r, ApaLirliintla, JL filty ounces ol Sul|>hateot Quinine, \\lnch t lhe\ Merchants, and Manufacturers cf Cotton defendant, and all others iaterested are here Beicareof Counterfeits. .
    : copy.Brug inform th--ir fiieud,t >nd Use that Good xverrtfazimilinipo.sition.
    WOULD ptihlic, *, testify ing that the (
    have } have obtained ditrci horn tie manufacturers, and performance of the Gins, notified of the institution of the above suit, Read the foil tiring Cartful
    hand:
    on :i good assortment of such and the ly.
    will il to oe article. sample- produced by I hern, cannot be excelled and an; required! to and :
    e, Chemicals, dec.I'LPHTEQUININE rrticle* ai are jr.Miei.dIy kejil in ll.eir line of husi'u4jind -*, they warrant a snpeiior Gin appear plead to tldeclara' THE Public are paitiruhrl} raclionfd a insf a
    We have stock of by any ever manr.faetured.All tu-n filed therein within the time
    Base
    will enlarged our IM'jrs and Medicines Frecribed by law Counterfeit which has lafel\ made its
    ( ivmviivjf fresh
    w&raaatedpuzand full rciul.irly; bupplit-s. Thou"terras orders for Ginciven either aprear-
    by recent ivaJsand are prepared to {to our travellinsor ARCHER & CORLEY for and called tine
    v, 'lit.'n'i tlinll be refl'onatble.Tallaham'e. an execute local Agents, forwarded PIfr.Octolicr ante by Imposter who make it -VT
    ordersiot articles in our line, at wholesale or retail or fo the Proprietor by IS, 181. 41-3m B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. This ii-a danerej
    4 I ae1 twppf'T. OcIoU-r) 1 1. S51. 40 Ion mail, will alwavs receire
    the accor.miu3ti.i] terms. !prompt attention. Gins fraud and liable
    most mere to ilereivp from hU ,
    [ -1 Climvidme, an ftrlicle prepared from tlie .. ... ... .. .
    'c-v.i. .uu. M.
    We have aleoafew accounts yet due to us forth? ( .i nit LUUIUIJ iinu war In Chancery.IN name of Farrell. Therefore be
    '
    I > i.i'i ;trk. conitlerod nearly c ual to Quinine, at Crockery! <5cc.WE ranted (give satisfaction. particular nettr to
    : ethir4 the price.A year 1549. They areeemralh in small amounts, JOS. LEON CIRCUIT COURT.Willum tail for it by the name Farrell Lini3in,,'' for
    have reecirul a good] arsortinect of but if the whole could be L. BUTTON, Agent.
    Crockery.,, paid shortly, it would! unprincipled dealers will impvse this S
    !L-'J a aeral supply Chonicak of the best go Columbus Ga., \V. Chctver, Complainant! SFTRiOrS
    g (,Ias and l Stone Ware, far towardsliquid-tlingceiUin suits which we one. February 8, I'Sl. 5 ly Mixture upon you lor the gennice hat afoot/task
    ( rs.
    .Ly. Hound, flat nud Mtiare liar Iron, LEWIS & 11. G.
    AMES. f or EARRFLI/S ASAEJA
    ;dt. Rod, Baud, Hoop, and IT. S. Iron, June8, 1S50. 92 Valuable Plantation for Sale. Ellen A. Rrockenbrou, widow and administratrixof lake no other, a. the genuine > LIXIMIST hs the letters and
    William alvayt
    :;t>3 Coloanc, LMbin'g Extrnct1', and an assortment Cas-L, German nod Ameiiran Klitter Steel PLANTATION II. P-rrckenbrcugh, dtceased, Lucy
    wherccn the late 11. G. before Fzrreil
    < : i .JCT Toilet Articlen, at very low niiw*, D1aci11' Anvil. Bellowa Eainmcrs T'JIE Jfhca H. Rrockenbrcuah, Arthur S. Brockenbrousb, Thcs. his sigfiatnie is also on the
    Mces.i A Card. fnrnierly resided in Leon outside ai.d these
    County ,
    ,
    near Brocke.brou2h George wrapper word.blown in the class
    L.
    I iv.vls' Puni; Killer Relief. ,
    Hadray, Eimdy Cullu Brockenbrougb,
    Cluli Ei-ocd and Lake
    JIand F.ri" "
    Ares, containing 4M acre, of which bottle : if. G. FARRELL'S
    < ood'- India Cholaogue.JUwe'toukbraUid ; ib r'LIIE exercises cf Mihs CLAPTON'S SCHOOL wHlI sonic 200 George .S. Hawkins and Mary R Ihwkins, his ARABIAN LLNJIENT. -
    of ail sizes with clvared! "
    a general assortment of are and under cultivation. On ? PEORI
    Plaicrs, and other Family 3 ed- Cuflay. commence on Monday, September 1, 1851, at i. the premise wife, Thomas W. Erockenbrongh and John W.
    j -leu.Jmyae'e. the School I1oue attached to St. JolinV Cliurch. a nifortuble frame Dwelling Home, with the r e- Brockenbrougb, infant children ot John \V. Brockenbroagh AGENTS WANTED\ every Town, Village ad

    MeJianesic, &c,just received bvLEWlis SOO Mens'-JIu--aet ALSO August ::3:J, ibOl. oO tf Otissary out Louies. lc.: Tl.-" Plantation posxssv* deceased, Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth Harrdtt in the United Stae3 in which cue i is" naf established. -

    & A'ypff pair Brn' many advantageous it adjoin* the pnwy woo.t ,where V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Chaos- Apply by letter to H. G.Farrell, Peoria,

    j October il 100 do. IJoyb1 do. do. Furniture. the rare in very JJIKH' for cattle amidh's. The New- pun Sims, widow and administratrix' cf William 111.) with good references as to Character,Ke.pcD3ibi'ity -
    11,1851. 40
    $(0 do. ilciss' and Doys' black thick Dmans Kiitan Georgia Plunk i.c.
    { Koad will within
    400) W. Sims deceased Martha
    l'as to ,
    Mason
    New Goods.TtTST 250 do. do. lo. da do. kip do. TT7E have received l by the Dug "J. (I. An-Jerson," CW> yiirds t>f the dwelli'i! ?, and I think will go en the ish Carter Defendants. Sims, and Far- Call on the agent who will furnish Free ef C'iare

    SO do. Ltulie Leather I end will ojn in a few Pcged Coot through the a much
    or whole! length of the Plantation virtue cf an Order of the Judge of the Circuit containing valuable information for
    Twwired for the La(55e; ., Genl's Calf' ITtd and Goat Loots, of New York City made FURNITURE, cwuistiug ainl whentliM Road i-i completed, which is under con; B Court of the Middle Circuit of Florida every class citizens.

    t J Fbun and Phiid Lii'tre* arid DC Lames, Tkij's, Youths and iliswjs SLoca. in part of tract, to be dmie by the it of January, lc<52, no ed in this cause on the iCth September, instant, grant, PRICE-25 cts. 50 ct*. and one dollar per bottle.
    we
    Pbua awl Watered Popkiuft. Brncadc, Bare eg, -ALSO---. Mahogany "Ward robe?, Plantation on the whole line of the Road will will offer for sale before the Court House door in THE OM.Y GENUINE is manufcrtcred bj 11. G.
    fltrere De Lames, Plum ami Printed Taue 100 lmncl>08 Cotton Yam NOP. 5 to Marble top Bureaus, it for surpass Farrell,sole inventor
    % 12. convenience, Ac. It i is now
    Figured, Plaia pud S'n' ]>eil Dress Silk, All of uhich will be sold n low as any hi the mar Do. Wash Staal, barjpii. Person de-in of ptircha-in, will please fleenr.ltrnexf, at public auction, the fallowing described Drugrcst, No. 17 Mam street, Peoria. III., r.dfor 1 \

    Da *!n. Blsick do. do. ket. IIidc Tallow tud Hoc-wax taken hi trade, lor l)a Tsibles, call en Joseph Chaires, IL u v\h<> will show then the LANDS, to wit : sale wholesale and ReUil at Proprietor's prices by

    Plain Black and W l wd Silk Mantilla, which we will allow the highest market price. Centre and Side Table, land. For ternv, Ac, aj'ply to me at my residence, Five thousand eight hundred and forty acres of September C, 1531. LEWIS &. AMES.

    Kid. tiilk Co'ion nud Beaver Glovvn, October IteoL 42 HEIR d; BUST. jrin Seat Ottomans, Fort Stranabtirv, Flo. Land in Gadsden County carved out rf Forbes'

    Etnbi idavd U. S. and iWder, L. C. Hdkc'ft.Jjle ])h. Divans,
    Purchase
    BENJAMIN BYRD. at rear and around Etefinagi) Bluff, being CITY COTTON WEIGHKL f
    Thrvvl rjul Mu-lhi E
    Frencli ''otif4 C.tpes,Colhn CuflkAIUck Cheznea A SUPERIOR lot of MunW, Kvrst-ys, Plain Da) TetcaTetes, Reserve cf five thousand acres, lying next to Robina HAVING been arpr-inted one of the City Cotton

    and Colored erniAl dohmere ShawL, a'ld Liuwvu.! Jii-1! i-eccivt-'L Do.) 1 iorlcing Chalr, Notice. 'I"J'IIE Hollingei's three hundred and twenty acre tract at *, I notify the Planters and Merchant*

    .. White Crape SuwlTlu & Oc.ulK-r 23,1651.:; 42 J. iL WILLIAMS. WJtk-staflJ Quaiietto;, Bofik-stands, undersigned hereby give notice that their respective lie! South point of that Reserve, as appears by In- cf Leon, Gadtlen; and the surrounding Counties, also
    French DcdsU'a ls
    \ and Colored Bilk Bonnet Common daBureaus.
    *, I offices will lie open for the transaction of nrrarit>'sdeed to Joseph M. Whife.and the remain the Georgia Planters that I will attend constantly at
    dcTJch .
    Straw and Leghorn do. Flour Salt Hams &c. &en official Inu-iiiess from ing; five thousard two hundred acres adjacent the Depot in Tallahassee
    9 to 2 o'clock, day Sunda's to receive personally all
    \\ will be told low. every ,
    Bhiek Silk Lure for MnntHhw, thereto, as described in the heeds* of the COTTON and
    Ap-iacLi- TOBACCO intruded
    exctpteL'rue to
    Pink. Blue l Wlrm 1 7: SACKS LHy-rpoolSalt, BERRY & HOWLIS.Octol : my care. My
    cola Land
    t an< Bonnet Mwlin Company lo
    Joseph M. White. Scales
    It) 150 Sacks, A Hum neceusity and propriety of regular ami specified brought from New York, will be adjusted and
    Black Wliiufeilk >cr 1M851. 41
    nurt $ How, Cotton do. Also, eighteen hundred acres of Land in IVakulla
    50 Table hours of buMn'-ss in public offices, are recognized l l certified by the Inspector of Scales and Weights <>f
    Ifladc* Colored Goiters Kid .lies Uoots. >y County, to wit Lots
    iS5ip : number
    Law and and nineteen, twenty, the Cusiom House there.
    lf(>OBore Chairs &c. uage; inc too obvious to require cxjlanatiun. My station at the Depot
    With a great vai.vy possess great advantage over
    OJO 1li. Ds Sides nearer -
    1$ to mcuiiou, wbidi they will pW e call and con "\T7E have received the and Lot number seventeen, (fractional,) in Harlfield any
    exluuine. : 500, Ibs,. Kvxc Cured IIars by J. G. Anderson, and C. V> DOWNING, Secretary State. the Stores-saving- in the Drayace alone, tifit
    IlElfi 4 BUST. > will in a few nt Fun.iture Ware- survey, and six hundred acres in the Waknlla survey cents on
    JO K Lnr'l open l.iys o Jr JOHN BEARD, Cowpfrvlttr.AV. every tag of Cotton ; the Yard, too. Being
    October !5, ISM. 42 tf 7" libk, E.\.ia, l Ilocr. Room, Rome of the niont hplcixlul CHAIRS ever offered R. HAYWARD Trnmmr.D. adjoining lot number nineteen-this last COO strongly fenced and in good repair, the CtittPn silt
    pn< Supcifjne acres less by 3tO released
    acres White
    for Kile in TaIbmLawe. We name vS. WALKER by ta Berrien. be more secure from injury, and ato U !forwar
    Ju't rc-celvod and for wlc S. S. 7.V7. Public Land can -
    KNIGHT. The
    S Boots and Ijy terra of sale will be follows
    Shoes.I
    ) Mahogany Hair-seat Chairs, R. S. IIAY\VARD Clerk as : One-third tIed with less delay. I hope the Planters and Jlcr-
    Oc.oWir., IK:, 41 tf St'p. Court. cash, one-third at twelve months
    tST? reecired. a fine n wjfiment of I). Cane-teat do. and one-third at chants will give me their I determined
    February 1,1851. 4 tf ftr, ,* $ p .1._... ;, patronage, as am -
    I J LadUtt Black a-id: C4'I'J Liiu Gaiter% Southern Mutual Life Insurance Rush-sent tlo. interest to tlcserve it by strict attention to mv business.
    Company cent
    jDo. da Kid and Jenny Lind Chairs new Just Received per annum from the day of sale, and
    Morocco do. of Louisiana. fctylf, from New Orleans. the titles to be C112LRLS L. PEillLLV,
    I>a. E.ianj-l! ;il Bu-lins, -AVISO Itcrtl AsUr da. conveyed upon payment of the 1 ,st Cotton and Tobacco
    T-i ajjjoinwd Agfut for thealxrrcComJ.J. :s- BARRELS Superfine Hour, instalment ; and in default of payment of of Weigher.

    1)0. Kid SlipperLndBus&Ins pant.mu d.liuulg it unnetessniy to di
    Da. CUtf Buk'm* r
    -AL.O- :ple. would rf"ixrully| ;: nolVit; thecon>.itleralion Walnut Cottage Cliairn, 1500; Sugar Cured IL-uns, of such re-sale. Tallahassee Cotton Warehouse.E .

    JBwtes Colored Lftstii Cilter of the ciuzen of TuJLiwssct-,! l vieiuuitv. Any information Rocking Chairs of all kinds, 10) Bbla. Iruh Potatoes, EENJ. F. WHITNER nndersiimed is

    Uo. Kid Walking !KK"S and flnins, relative to ilcau be obtained bycallin* on the ChiliJtc-ns' Il'sh and Low Chair., 5; Onion*, OSCAR A. MYERS? STORAGE the now prepared to receive en
    Cotton
    J of the Planters forward
    P Masters in to this
    - And a fine itn ..nent of CbihhwaV Ixattor,Uorgoou Jfoveiuber SO, 1 RSO, 47 tf Wood fe&t and Cane teat do. 5 Bbls. Leaf Lar.1 For sale by September, S31. 37 Chancery.Is ing market. The building Is fre-proof. and
    immediately opposite the Union Bank the 3Iar-[
    ,
    i
    Foot near
    ,aud fluent Letulh'-f: Hliot-js. istoiils end Reading Chairs, JEO. IL BEST WICK. ket
    House. There is now, also in connection with
    Besides otl.cr varieties.
    -ALSO- THE TRUE
    MEDICINAL October-1
    1851. In
    SO Chancery. tl-e above in
    Cent*, fine Cali' U< &l BERRY & P.OWLES.0ctober course of erection, iron-pro/ S&rJs for
    COD LIVER OIL MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY. the storage of Cottcn all under the immediate control
    Da. ftaiialion Htttdied CooU, 18, 1851. 41 Just Received from New York.T'II .
    Do. Pegffl l and Wnier-prciif EaoI F TEJ1TI. ii ill-' cure o' S'rrofub, Conmimntion, l AT CHAUBERS, Tullahas, Sept CO, A.D. 1S31. of the subscriber, who will receipt for such Cotton
    Brogan and Sewed Boot
    Pegge Ladies
    0 Do. C.Jf SK! >C ami '_1 <>IU)! it in-iir.! . *, Slippers, I si lie; for tie
    and ;
  • Do. Kip Drov.i'i* and 1uisatts. A ojlv; T undersigned some ncwarransetiienl and! Eiameled J Linil'.Be.ys Kip Brogans 3Ien'sCalf vs. [ Bill for Divorce irnith
    nny in U i reccii'tiLT..e
    0! tni Vulo.ible! dit in t his *
    ioe i business
    -ALSO- m ijml rciv'-tl!, which is requr-ls alt persons in- Shoe, Women's Gt. Boots, Kid da Ac. llarrivt J. Nel-on. ) :
    ToaHw fine Pod Boots trarrant'-d p ic.ar.dol vtiv m>.-ii i.u rjumiiv. debt d to rail and 'tttlt on. In lulure u e will keep TT npjtearing the satisfaction of the Court l sb-cril'er is also prepared, at Pnllie Cotton
    ALSO affidait -
    half Fws.cjy! 'LEWIS & nohocU! but spll hi! gncd4 exduaivery for lt by l1'\\ eig1nr, to veigh Trith correctness and -.despatch all
    Iloy* well do. daDo. A..IG1: i ?, ( ta- or A good assortment cf Domestic and PtvG -*- riisule in this case that the defendant If. J.
    Siioe-. of nliiHH VTV May 23.1 I'l. 20 Tallaluspee! l-'la. ttroduce, and by sodoinsj lie will be able Io sell atihe tl. Foreign NeLon, resides Uryond the limits of ILL State Cotton* delivered within the corporate li'nii* of TallaJnuuttf. -
    > Hats and Hard that
    Clothing, Caps ,so
    Saddk-ry
    arid
    lowest at all times be found his Ofd
    For Kile lu-v (iiud niJr&c Lw living price8hich he promises Io do, the Tray *t
    uo ware, Hollow ware, Cutlery, Fancy GooiI-, ie. For ordinary process of Suptnia cannot le served Cotton Yard
    October 16, IcOl. 41 C. C. BYRD. Syrup Darrcls.TA and requests his old clon$ sand other* wi-liingto I pale by upon Lor : ready and willing! to accommodate nlL

    SYRUP b'ty low, to five him a call. He has on hand a good // it CHARLES A. NASD.
    UAKHELS fr t-nlo 1 by GEO. II. BESTWIClv. therefore OrJi-rrd. That said Defendant
    : soilmeut, ol" Shoes, Hals, Caps Llankrts Cotton appear Ta1laLaszeeAugnst23,181. S3 Gui
    JU ,
    : .1II1 House for Sale.OU DE11UY & EOWLEa dOd Woollen Goods October, 4 1851. S'J' tf and ans'ccrthe Bill of Complainant filed in tli cause
    &c., fee., lor iamily and planla-
    October 18, 1851. 41 on or before the first Monday in Febrj. -
    the fi 4 next, or
    Monday in December nest, heinz Decal1Je lion u e Kats.A
    .
    said Bill will be taken for
    l ,. 1851, will bo 'told for cauk the 1S51. AMOS Groceries. confessed again er:
    u> Januaiy-l, 52 RICHARDSON.
    __ _ FROtECTlON INSURANCE froeidfJ, however, Notice of this order l General assortment' of Cents foliioneMe Moleskin
    Iiihc't b'rtldw, before the C. pnol in the cv( of Tallali. COMPANY TUST received, per Pocuhcntas and John Stroud >e published

    .'> *eo. Lo'1- 81, 8!. 65,84. iud 85 in llw; lioixli Adfiiio IIAR'ITOKD, CONNECTICUT Co-Partnership. ,J from New York, in somo newspaper in Tallalia-ssee for three months and Beaver. Drab and Black B.B. Rnsia da

    < of *a d cv. tTj,on iui piopi-j ty u fcuualud Capitnl stock, SJJOO.OOO.THK iii E:: nndeisi ofd Lave this d],.y toimed a Copart- 20 Boxes Tobacco, bcfuro said 1st of February. VTAYLES next.J. Black and Colored Sporting Hats for men, fcovs and
    BAKER recceived.
    I tbs4Jnmniot1adlld-hotte; Jtal i re ent occu- T 25 u No. 1 Soap, Judge, ic. youths,just And for sale hrHEIR
    nersiiip under dm ol G & J. Jjp-rinnis., .
    Vied by the Hoa. J. \T* ylf* Jiaker. It b, iu every : un.ler-i'-t, Agent of the above Cuinmny, GEO. 11 5 EbU N. II Rum, A true copy-Attest, A RUST.
    MEGINMSS
    the! li'4tAle propju'cd: io Like risks against I'iro Luilditigs O. A. MIEE*. Clcik. October, 1S51. 53 tf
    iwjtori,cne f most rcHdence; in the on July 1 JS51. JOS. R MEGINNSS. C MonongrJiela Whislccr,
    uni
    eily, r r>
    id cspottno it before the day of sole. II. FLAGO, Agent Bagging, dec.O 4 M. Probidiid Cigars, Saddlery, &c. '

    Ocobi IS, 1S3L 41 7t2f Tallahassee, Octolwr 25. 1C51. 42 4 Manoleta TUST received a. fine lot of men, boys and ladies
    PIECES
    tj C Kentucky Bagging, 10 Sacks Rio Coffee, \ LL persons indebted to the estate of James L. *' Sadille, Bridles. Martingales. Stirup. Spur. CalfSkin
    Bounds & : ICopc Salt. Iron Vc. :r.O;i coils Rope, JRo
    Late of Haniilton deceased .*.
    10 P. R. do.J County are re Lining Skins Kip Skins, Patent Leather, Pa

    : ii Esortmeo i of &Ik t.nd Straw IVflmeU, ArlifiWtvnth GUNNY IfrVviis, (a wpeiior, nrticle.) AYhidi will; 20 be bals told Gunny low Cloth., Pipe French Brandy, quired to make payment, and all persons having demand tent Futian, with a good assortment of Whips, ic.

    .. flosert, 1oucteaTbbLe.of(LeLueft do. P.d: ; i Tr i ;, at price* Mustard, Powder, Shot, Nutmeg Saleratn. Vinegar against said estate are required to present For sale low by

    w ivlca, at rs.raiitly low iirices.1W Keiiiueky Jioie] New Yo k Patent flop] September, JAMES B. GAMBLE. Loaf and Granulated I Sugars, Pickled Salmon, them duly authenticated within the time prescribed HEIR A RUST.

    4 ale by G. A J. MEG 1NNJSS. IJveijtool Bali Iivu auil Steel. InMorennd' 1831. S5 ''f Jlackertl, Table Salt, Lead, *lc. For sale by by law, or they will be barred. October 4,1851. SO tf

    Oflt l*r25, 1K5L 42 4tStXrn f.r nale low. J. M. WILLIAMS. The Forwarding and Commissson Business GEO. IL BEST WICK. ELIZABETH ROSS, Adm'x.
    !
    I p -_ _- _--------.--- '_ OcoU-r2S) lFSl.; 42 AT ST. A1ACKS: FLORIDA, October 4,1851. SO October 4,1851. S9 tf Rates of Storage at St. Marks.

    - Notice. Cloths, Cassimers and Tweeds. IN I he Wai;Houses I heretofore occupied by Mes rs. /10TTON, per bale... . .. .. ...... .. 12jcV
    Hats
    ,
    CnoDin 1'ETTrn will be Caps, Bonnets, &c. Notice. > MERCHANDIZE ....12
    : nttci I.ste, J fhallnj'ply to the Jniic n soitincKt of the conducted by Ilieundii ,per barrel bulk,.. |

    I fr'ikmDt Wlngton Couuly,for a final ct- AN.1 the )aUt h'yles.Oc .above articles juit received >i neJt nho will, endeavor In give as general sat. TTUSIIIONABLE MOLESKIN HATS, A LL persons, creditors, legatee, entitled to distriA. CORN and other Grain, per bushel,. ..... .. .4
    ,I ; t i'i 4iM.Iiargc from the oUitc cf Josch U. U-r 2. lt>CL 42 J. SL WILLIAMS. i-fjclion. as did their active nnd incii lrions nrpdecesfcoi JL1 Black Soft Beaver do. .L bution or otherwise interested in the estate of SALT, per sack,.. .. .. .. . .. ...... .. 12jc

    Ioe1ey.deee.sed. BEARD & DENHAAL Pearl do. da do. Paul Ulrner, late of Jefferson County, Florida, de- BEARD A DENHA1L

    c MARIA LOCKE, Adm'i. Quiniiie.A July r. 1S31.: 20 IfNEW California Hats of all colors ceased, are hereby notified t> exhibit tlieir claims and St. Marks, August 23, 1851. S3 Sm

    ; Co leinlH-r Black and White Negro Hats, demands within two years frj>m this date, to the un -
    t Rj 13. 1851. SO Cm
    VERY "rrevior r.iticlo( of QUININE,just received cTUST Boys* Fur and California do. dersigned or the same will be barred ; and all persons Caps.

    - Jl at the Apoihoc.ry nml Dni' Slorc, of reeked a fine aspoi-tment of Ladle DRESS Do. Cloth and Glazed Caps, indebted lo the said deceased, are requested to assort-
    received
    TTEIR & RUST have good
    Boots.te 11: r.AUNAlII). Jr, I, GOODS such Cashmeres M. Hens do. do. do. do. make immediate jnst a
    a* D'Lnnes pavment.JOHN"
    DOZEN Pair cf E forages and
    : Slunk Jment of men., boy and youths Cloth,Plush
    - 1 October 25,1651. 42 81311 of (lie Mortar. Ladies Satin Velvet Bonnets
    t !. April 5, 1831. 13 JAS RGAML'LK; Berage D'l-ines, Figured and Changeable' Silks in ULMER, Qualified Executor Glazed Cups, which they offer low. Call and see them.
    pnU-nis, Plain and Watered Black Silks, Plain and Do. da Pearl daDa Jefferson County, October 11, 1851. 40 8m October4,1831. 39 tf
    .S ; Rice and Onions. Watered Black Silk VifWta.Al China do. do. -
    Plows.
    I IT !
    lUST received and for sale. o, a variety of goods for chuMrcns* wear. Da Albion da Notice. Here I Am.

    : CAST Swoons in store, ant] f.r sale nt low Ui J. if. WILLIAMS. Which he y>roObca to sell low. For sale low by C. C. BYRD.
    50
    2 rate5. JAS. 11. GAMBLE. October, 1MI.:; 42 OctoU-r 18, 1851. 41 C. C. BYRD. October, 1t51. 44 tf QIX months from date, the undersigned, administra- FAILING to purchase certain property on tic sea

    Apii1,183l. 13 KJ toe on the estate of Louisa B. Newton, deceased, /tere, to attend to the wants of the

    - Nails. Shoes. Boots and Shoes. will present hi. final accounts and vouchers to the Citizens of Tallahassee and the balance of mr wcrlt

    -ii: ., Erandy.CASK TUST received nnd for tale at prices to suit the Ii AllIES ana Cents Rubber Overchocs,just recciv- Dress Boots and Shoes. Jut receiv by Judge charged.of Probate for Leon County, and ask to be dis All who intend purchasing goods, will find it slip!to frota their
    IJ time FINE interest to call before they let the moneY
    *,-i 0 leg* NAILS by el.
    JAS. W.
    d Tcry jprior JJranJr B. GAMBLE.) T. MiTCHELL KNIGHT.
    "d A BCl. 13 JAS.B. GAMBLE. November 3, I1. 43 fr S. KNIGIIT. April' 1851. 13 October 4,1851. S3 tf October 11 1831. PATRICK SMITH.oia.Adrnr. their fingers S. S. tf

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