The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Maxwell & Hilton
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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--- A WIFE'S >'r r.sT GEIEF.M : LIe feeling in her, that the 1 loss of property She was started from her re'er.of delightand THE SEOEEII H'1.I I Sausages with the Tea." A Touching- Story.
her his level and removed
placed more upon charily by an unusual outbreak of noisydebauchery
BY nY MRS. JOHN SMITH. The following affecting narrative
jou'ii It. cnaxnLLIt.11n fi. D. rnE\TICE. purportsto
of the of difference( between .
appearance from the wretched drinking house
For sometime I }have had treasure have been given by a father to his son, asa
i I have past, a
them. seen the infant down like
down in measmelessconcnjoed leaned forward, and stood fixed sinking a ,
1 that has 'nt beoShe !j of a cook ; a fine Bucks County girl, whose warning derived from his own Litter experience -
the pleasures which full This then was not much of a grief.It horor at the sfcht. stricken; flower to tlie grave -the strong man !!
: of the sin
.nd t recommendation in when grie\ing and resisting a mo.
I strongest
trotrt eupplied, I has not at times felt! ( lasted yet/ Her husband was in the midst of thc riot {fiercely breathing out his soul upon the fed my eyes ther's love and counsel.
s ration The sudden death of the firstborn child (>f battle-the miserable iet j i I engaged her, was, that she had newer been
rniiid the painful inquiry, 110wusing a ous host, in sickening disgusting com standing upn j f What visible
the mother's
III I f1miarit. out of the fight of land. But week before agony was on my
ttlU] this last t What will occur to disInn. i i beautiful box, was the next disturbing cause !I with an abandoned one of her own () the scaffold, with a deep curse quivering)' last she face when she saw that all she said and suffered
W 1. '1 is now vouchsafed 1 I"?T0cr I I was not in the house during the short sickne j Stepped back until an angle of her own ipon:: his lips-I Lave dewed death in all his I' I'f my house for a better place, as failed lo She
liappin5 she said. move me rose to
till'i I might have bribed her to remain go
furl of the child but I attended the funeral forms f fI of darkness and with fear- ,
animal, to which 1 I was =s I house concealed from her the painful scene. vengeance a )
had an I offer home, and I foHbwed at a distance. She j of
I and followed the from the house I II ess -but I never could look higher wages; but experiencehas
..uattached-and I never had one .ro.n a : body antique I A thousand previous matters that had scarcely vyc on woman: demonstrated spoke no more to me till she reached her own
] : to satisfaction that this
t iinrf-e to hich I was net t-tronclv !i of mourning (to the churchyard. When the I excif.t:thought became then of inipoitancc I -mmg,, and lovely, fading away from the Earth kid of my door.
tall l tot l:1 .I' the heart i, i n beautiful and I bribery necr'turns out well. Your
the I
collin luining
u"rlwd-tht 1 I did not !( of the would She leaned ',, feeling the fountains of life i:I most instances, soon becomes your my
of it, and ask, Whati i mother have burst j she had seen. She raised her apron to i.or 'ithout very f ternH
IIn1" or caresses i. mistress and let beseech think
use i -or at least makes bold son, me once more you
'' look down into the I I l to tears and dust Death is terri- efforts to
to but there alwiys j
over tears her hand
mid to deprive me of it-accident, es- ] I eyes, were no ; that what I have said
occur death 1 I !fla of her child, and thc aim of a friend seemed III'Cl'Ss'UJ dropped on the fence before her, a feeling I 1!)1 le, but when a form of angel beauty is pass. assume I position.So Bucks ] upon'I shan't to schoolsaid I.

cape or the midst of social enjoyment, when thedutf !, him." to prevent her from "going unto came over her heart such as. she had not before I I icart ng of1 to the that silent something land of lon' the sleepers the th the u. I' better le" As to County how or girl why] go it was to her to She looked go astonished: at my boldness, butreplied

of sustaining the amusement or the con- expelenceJ. f'el be better I did make firmly,
i a place, not
i .\ntll said'it lasts erse is ceasing from .and broods I' enquiry.
another hoWiJ no longer/ for the uiitenet ,
has devolved upon as a woman regrets will Alfred I command
tion That her business. She 'Certainly ,
; was free you go
J-e will the inquiry arise, How long will I The friend and neighbor led her back to j I II loss of property-the mother had mournedthe with the sense of utter desolation, over the was a agent '
1 and I did not -
fti'n her husband. Tho look of affectionate II I lonely thoughts; .that come like i ; attempt to influence her. youI
iifast f N" sign i' flf '"pl J'1o 's presented, I I gentle death her chid-and anxiety had ]]been up spectres In fact being of rather an independent turn will not'!/ said I, with a tone of defiance.
t sympathy which he her as he placedher felt for in her husband .I f from the orate to haunt our midnight mu.
token of dissolution: is observable; but gave I some E ;; errors ; p of mind myself, I sympathize! with others in Oe of two things you must do, Alfred-
JP Iel there will be a disIJow arm within his, and drew him towards but property could :be regained labor, or I' !sings.i
liJrTt' must rupture Lj their independence and rarely seek to interfere either go to school this moment, or I will .
him that she might lean on his mainly without effort dream of 'I'woyears I took
.1utiltl( will it come, and when ? relinquished ago, up my residence for with a declare of action. lock you in your room, and kcop yon thero
s'I I 'rfc<;* that su'h antis.iliat'ttcaVF tinns ore not ', fc-trength, showed me my mis-lake. the mother gave back to her heart her beloved I :i few weeks at a country: village in the eastern i I cook course till are ready to promise implicit obedience
( 3Iy new had been you
: the evidence of a well balanced mind ; i I I1M I The mother had suffered, but the affection, child and refreshed with a spiritual. intercourse part of New England. Soon after my of sight of land, ,and unfortunately that for weeks, out to my wishes in future

often' tlit.. come from a morbid state of i, nay, the happiness of the wife was complete. ; and every waking thought that turned :arrival, I became acquainted with a lovely I She was from the Emerald Ida nd.together.When I dare you do it/ said I, you can't get me

fet-incs. that: frequently produce &e veryPd I Could! a mother be happy returning from towards the dead one, was lustrous with the ;itl I apparently about seventeen: years of ag*>. she presented herself, I in her but small up stairsAlfred/
? tn'V!, FI;, "*"- '1'J anli.-ijiation of evil the yet unsodded grave of her only child. sense of heavenly intercourse, and consolingin ;She had lot the idol. of her pure heart's p'i promise. Having learned on th at'I' choose now/ said my mother who
Death had softened the heart, and fitted it the of future union the I II rest and the shadow of enquiry,
!i' nat so' much the result of unhappy experience I promise a errors lore deep holy I her name was Alice Mchony I said- laid her hand on my arm. She trembled violently
: as the constqucjice of a want of self for the mill strltinn of new affection. The I of a husband, that do not imply dishonor, nor I II memories were resting like the wing of death I How long have been in this and was deadly pale.

tustaiuin power. I fatherthnd suffcretl in the death of the child I exhibit themselves as evidences of waning affection 1 1I upon: her brow. I first met her in thp presence I Alice <" you .country. If you touch me, I will kick you/ said I,

}ears ago it was my chance to be near a i irnnn" ,j as well and as much as she, and J't:1t the I] may be amended or endured ; but 4 4i [ of the mirthful She was indeed a creature I. There was a moment or two of hesitation. : in a terrible rage. God knows I knew not
woman: : at the moment on which she I I! moment of deepest anguish he had hushed i> when the heart is suddenly overwhelmed | l to be worshiped-her brow was garlanded 1 Then she answered what I sail.

;wns ""taking: (leave of a lover. Sha stood a i his grief that he might help her in her sorrow. !! with the evidence of gUc insu1 dishonor, with! the young year's sweetest fowers i!: "Six months, murm., \yniyougo, Alfred r

tiiomcrt and watched his departure, until by I The mother mourned, but the wife rejoiced.//\vhen all the purity of w thoughts isoutraged I ]her yellow locks were hanging beautifully 1 I I learned afterwards that she had arrived :No/ 1 replied, but quailed beneath her
How beautiful and beautifying for rnoj with the of and the :and low her bosom and she
tfiraiag a comer he was concealed firm her proofs guilt, :1 upon movedthrough only iliree: days before.t eye.
iht I'j merit !had sorrow bacome. It teemed to me I years of her charity and (enduring \ are j ji the crowd with such a floating and t; Can cook ?" enquired. 'Then follow me/ said she, as she draped
And as if affection had never before possessed I, dishonored the token of -I 1 1I unearthly that the t you ,
Cant it 1ast"? Enid flu I to herself. i by unerring ingratitude grace, gazer "Och, yis! Anything from a rib of baft- i my arm firmly. I raised my foot-oh, my
"'h!, not ? if he bm-s me now, \\hen my rtaj j such charms; it needed, some affliction to I I and infamy., and the confiding, the consoling .almost looking to see her fade away into tl.2 down to a pratee." I son ]hear me?-I raised my foot and kicked .
lefsonable make it apparent, as the sunlight pouring '| the truthful wife becomes the witness : like the creation of pleasant dream.She .
thn; and consequently my manners are ,' ; fir a I I ou re sure ofthat\1ieer'? her-niy sainted: mother. How my head
than 'his, surely he must lovo me :, through cn vices into daikened chamber ;:| of the destruction of her domestic peace, despair i ; (seemed cheerful and even gar, yet I saw i Och sure mum." [: reels, as the torment of memory rushes over
the j: becomesuible only by the floating particles i, the heart like"the :that! her butt! tl!,. of her .
".'v "h. !! I have: had advantage of.his.aydriatiiiu. : sweeps over blastings I gaiety was: : mockery I Can give me a reference?" | me! I kicked my mother-a feeble woman
I'|: that reflect the languishing rays. ]! of the fcimoon and then, th' umnentioned : S. She smiled, but there you
; aid; have constantly improved by ; al i rl'II was something "1\0 got a character from Mrs. Jordan -my mother. SIic: staggered back few
that; intercourse/, '
!I'ard no other words hut her steps indicated :!:I perons as the virtues, the industry, the economy '!', rOof the daughter, all t the} poignant anguish ,! :ful beauty-was but t the bright reflection of a a few days. Biddy Jones knows not look at me. 1 saw her heart beat against I
a ] fit case, or if disturbed it wjs the I, and thc womanly excellence of the wife ]i ii i I of the mother are Iol in the almost ovorwh-! "' :ar-ld !her(\lliII*,at times, do"-{t heavily ,| .'.id she produced a written testification of: hor breast. Oh heavenly father she en

cn'r.'ii: .iti'iii! of inexpressible pleasure. i I sc-emed to deserve, yet the never nTin'tlI .- '!"wing torrent -" The'fc's First GJ .f." down, as if tlruggling to rlif' 3 the tide of!j ability, signed Mary Jone,, o.- William!! ed, 'forgive i him he knows not what he does 1* .

'ra:1( i it! !la: *t and if l1ot,*\\'lJ'u will it fail] !' I I think one or two instances of excess on the ---- -- agony that was }bursting! heart's secret -i street, New Y 0-1 There was a suspicious : The gardner just then passed the door and

Hftw will its diminution manifest itself!- part of the husband, drew largely upon the THY WILL BE 1X>XH urn. Siie looked as if she! could have look about this character, of I.had |I i I seeing my mother pale and almost unable to
course no
i I
'flJ" ,' which arose in mind I forbearance of the wife, but as even the exi The foil.- 1n beautiful etfun i left I the! scene of festivity, and out beneath herself he she beckoned him
-' 1' w !-e queries my I ;; :!,11jnl' ;from gone !j means of deciding whether it was a true of support stopped
And once( a few days after the marriage; 1MW I i! cess was accompanied 1 I expressions of I a memoir of Miss Alexander, the daughter of the late11Jbl111 the! quiet stars, and laid her forehead i false document. : in. Take this boy up stairs and lock him in

LIT li'naiii-r: against t,.c trunk Jf a tree \ affection they, though maudlin, peemed to 1 of Jerusalem : down[ upon the fresh green earth, and poured :! Alter some debate with myself I finally his own room/ said she, and turned from me. .

uVi!,; v.-ib th'ti in full blossom. i-he was ] compensate. The fooling was rather a eight My O.xl, my Father while I .tray out her stricken soul; pu .h after gush, till it cited to give Alice a trial. I Looking back as she was entering her rcom,

<''rit.'I 1 i! t f-eet5iig:; her own new estate wit'ithe : apprehension for the future than: ;jriief for the Far from my Lome 01 life's rough} way, mingled with the eternal fountain of life and 'I' It so luppencd, that on the e-I[ she gave me such a look-it will forever fol-
0 trach from heart very day
to !
: } of the branches above J picfr-cut sorrow and deep mortification Light me nn KIV.. purity. low it look of
t 1'iTclv l.ojrfulless Thy *ill, 0 God llmC I came, an old lady friend of my mother's, r.ccompanivd me- was a agony, mingledwith
taised her it :have been felL Hut these few instances, h Days and weeks passed on, and that sweet
!h"' a'nl aslie eyes again, was : by her two daughters both the intensest love-it was the last, unutterable
of the future ':joined with some unaccountable decay of If tliou .loulllft call me in resign ;girl : me her confidence and I became to, : mar-
wiliiit! : boat: fric WIG I'nnking gave tied and housekeeper called to the pang of a heart that was broken.
\llat in prize,-it ne'erva.mine,-, spend
viiicliis radiant with cheerful hope. For i means did not di,tuib the happiness of the 1 only .vit IJ thee I \\hat wa-thine; her as a brother.! She was wasting away bydisease. afternoon and take tt'a.s they lived at 1 In a moment I found myself a prisoner in
Find moment 1 seemed to over wife, a happiness which seemed to me a perpetual 0 God The smile upon her lip was fainter,, I for moment I
a ? a t ou pass Thy "i some distance, I had tea quite early,not \vaiting my own room. thought a ,
tier face; it was rather doubt then pain., joy. E vim if mt tin: I nc er rfiould sec the purple veins upon her cheek grew vi ill! for 3Ir. Smith, whose business kept him I would fling myself from the open window and
she! turned and looked again r.t the t tree Was the woman apathetic ? Had she no Tin' flit nJ more dour than life to mo, and the cadences of her voice became dailymore I I' pretty I late. i I dash! my brains out but I felt afraid to die.-
away I
mi: Us iKutiificvurc of bloom ; the cloud Keiifriliveiic-fcs ? Was she made! to go through 1 jv bl! ; We both Plop be wit dIce; week ant tremulous. On a qui--t eve During the afternpon butter I was not penitent. At times my heart was

j'K'd fron; her face, and she came away in :life with a gentle laugh, and drop into theI Thy will, 0 God, L.llJnc ling in the depth of June, I wandered out: : Occasionally he brings,my me some mancame.nice subdued, but my stubborn pride rose in an

U->:.! k'iijrht. I grave with a smile ? Her anguish at the death Should p wing Mokiww wale away \ her a little distance in the open air. It ;I country *, and I always make very it a instant, and bade not yield. The pale faco
I of her Faun proved the contrary.I My lifo, in decay, then, that! she first told the talo of sausage ,
'f limit W:1s.l spring of disappointment, as I |pr.mi'.tnre was rue point to secure a few pounds when lie doo. of my mother haunted me. I flung inysplf 1
rpiiif n.V-r; ; a frost had destroyer l the eailyoution I The loss of property to one who/ had been Mv f.irin-r: ti'l HI\ i-tnve to say, her passion and the blight, that had come! 'I He had some on this occasion. the 1 bed and fell asleep. '
GoJ 1 1 be 150.
0 dmie.
before, seemed to produce no def; and Thy "'ill dot like mildew her life. Love had Just I heard foot approach .
'l II:; en ;''i" t-, .- at uiiich she had been looking. '\let the leader remember, or if he has not If but my faiitin: ? 11l.r 1 blest been a portion of her existence. Its: tentlrishad i ) about four o'clock, I want to hurry and I the door. It was my slitcr.What ; .
'0 fruit borne known the fact, let him now I\ar it, that the With thy 4-wp"t Spirit: i .(;nest been twined around her heart in you may I tell mother from you !' sho
was Mv God, t"tl..c l leave the rot; is earlest 'i t get tea ready as quickly a* you can/
'It was I apprehend, mown infirmity that : loss of projK-ity is mere bitterly felt by those Thy will 0 G<1n* be done years, and when they were away "Yes, mum," was the ready reply. asked.
!fd jiii; to think of more changes which might ; who have from poverty risen to possessions, renew l will from day to day: they left a woind, which flowed till all thc i'j "And, Alice." I added, ''e'n have some 'Nothing/ replied.

tame the path of the newly married than it is hj those who from infancy to the Hong it my.ith dune, and take away springs of her soul were 1,100d.u I am 1:0- : of these sausages vita the tea. They are very Oh, Alfred, for my sake, for all our sa'es' ,

I loran:!, thai, anything in her coniKtion ; -for : disaster : always been rich. All that IM \makes i it hard to say. dog away," ;aid she, "and it should be -I, fine ones-better than we usually get. Be say that you are sorrylet me tell mother
tie ugh I subsequently saw where the danger The loss ol property produced no grief Thy: v ill, 0 God, L done. The winds have gone over my life, and.the '; sure to cook them nice." that you are sorry. She longs to forgive you
lurked The death of her child, caused a new affection : buds of hope, and the sweet blossoms, I would not I heard her footsteps
yet thou it was with me only' the And) when on earth I breathe no more bright I Yes mum," promptly answered the girl answer.
fll! hji'jinvhjj:! of a somewhat morbid f"enri.1iiit for and an enlarged joy in her husi Thy prayer, oft mixi:with tear.before, of passion are scattered down, and lie withering looking quite intelligent. slowly I retreating, and again I Hung myselfon

l: ,\:'J: : ; to anticipate enough to male,i band.. I'lling uIJ,1' a h.-i'jnYr\ f-hi-n; ia the dust, or rotting away upon tlie: I A few more direction as to what we were the bed to pass another wretched and fearful

tI'!:'' p-<>- :at !3<>my with the ajpri'heny"on If f flie | His nnfrequent still obvious departure Thy will, O God: L done chill waters of memory.. And yet i cannot go I to have were given, and w hen I went up to I night.:
< f:tug t. So 1"w't''hed. }Slf.od bo the from sobriety, long unatcldCt with rudeness -------- among the toombs without. a tear. I sit with I Another footstep, slowly and feebler than
I face of cronkers, whose flomaehs are constr.nly '!'or I neglect, did not offend the piide of the A Snorer'c&Troubles.A I i is hard to take ]nan: of the fled: who 1! 1'I '! It was not intention to leave all to theo my sister's disturbs! me. A voice called mo

: !! cuujm ill Ig up n cloud to darken their !: w ife. pale, melancholy] looking m:11, of forty love me-it i.n'. hard to bid f1re"c1 t doubtful skill of my new cook, but either the j by name. It was my mother's.1
uid' :, !,, dud \\hoare too unselfish to let any i it will lat-t nl\I\'s' fill I. or thereabouts, was brought up on the too j those dear scenes, with which I la'"c h"cl I'I lime passed very rapidly, or she was more I Alfred, my son, shall: I come in?-Are

V7e: p',without the benefit of their overshadcwil ; 1 must mourn as a mother thought the,, I common charge of sleeping! out of doors.- Ii communion ficm dli.iwot, and }: frm: 1 j; prompt] and active than in usual among cook, : you sorry for what you have done!*

: ; forebodings. I watched this case, I must abate :portion of my' social state,, j jle did not look like a person of intemperate day to day, have caught color of my life,, for the! tea bell rung before I was in espccta- I, I cannot tell what i iuSaencc, operating at
for the first exclamation which I have recor&l I[ and 1 may, once in a long time, be mortified 1 I i i : !, and the watchman inclined to the be- !< and 1 sympathised with its joys and sorrows lion: of hearing it. that 1 moment, made me speak adverse to my

of tiiis: young woman had touched a i I by borne low indulgence! in nip husband, but: !macho that he was not drunk at the lime he I Tht little prove where I have so often strayed j: Ah," sap! I, "there is onr tea bell," and feelings The gentle voice of my mother

chord of melancholy in mv own Ji-po-ition,. :.fixed, .iuu.J vvag_ t anxious" to"see t now long. -it '' probable! that I am to l be spared, .as a comparison -_I I the nttlfIlIL At tP! rHIHt. of- the Mnvort' '! (" -(1 now the sweet tones of Ii" voice seen 1 I.i ing room, ladies ?" you obdurate heart, and I longed to throw

would, lart ;' how long the peace, joy and of my own constitution with that of the 'I prisoner;;i ;; -oj-I! i-tf/;; ;;and the following; I to come stealing! around me till the whole! air|I The u_ words were no Eooncr uttered, than a myself on her neck but I did not. But my

domestic fi-iicify would continue. 1 It did !not my husband, shows that in tho course of na.tu're is an outline of the! Mf.gnlur lrrltin'I j becomes one intense and mournful melody doubt as to all being as I could wish! crossedmy i I words gave the lie to my heart, when I said

twsa to me that the disturbance could originate I shall be spared the mi-try of mourning: i .My name (said: he) is Moses White. I :' that pensive star, which he used to watch in'; mind, and I regretted that I had not first i I I was not sorry. I heard her ,withdraw.

with; her. J fo his death! and be saved fiom the solitary am :U innocent man. My misfortune- arose .1 j its early wising, and on which my fancy can ';; repaired to the dining room aom. But it heard her groan. I longed to call bet back,

Tie\ ':15 font] of amusements; anal: woes of widowhood. from, odich I have no coni picture
w kept and used a rood pun and some well The loss of piojicrty rendered necessary i i I trot I is ionic-times said mockingly of boys;, <, beckoning me to lib own bright home; e'.lrJ', to have sufficient presence of mind to recall j I was awakened from my uneasy slumber, .,

trained dogs. Hot though these drew him. ,' more labor on the part of the husband, 'and I : they are 'very good lin they I re asleep/ !j I' flower, every tree and rivulet, on which the J I mv invitation to the Jaaies to walk in to tea, j I by hearing my name c:111 loudly, and my
<'ccasionaSly from his: 1 home, ret the line dh- that labor: kept him more from his home thatformerly v i i That observation never could apply to me, memory of our early lows has set its undying l: until* F II-M! rjeeded them a few minutes. sitter stood by my bedside.

ltoeitioas i of 1.he wife found in the dumb but i! ; but the gentle caress of the wife for i was during my hours of felnmber that 1 seal, have become dearer to me,and I cannot, Well, we were presently seated at the table Get up,Alfred. Oh, don't wait minute.

srgaeioag comnaaions, of her hushand, 01). i cheered,the toil.wor husband: and her delicate .1] always gave most offence to my friends, rela- without a sigh, close my eyes upon them for I my practiced eye saw, that the cloth was I Get up, and come with me. Mother is dying/ :

Jl'Cts ofrpgari the leime l to like them, |r caress changed the gloom settling on his! tions, acquaintances and neighbors. Not to ever." ;1' lam i crookedly, and that the dishes were placed I I thought I was yet dreaming. I got up ,
I '
and at became their gentle nature, they! loved ; brow into tru'ilt"of satL faction. There was; i keep you in suslwnrenemte-ir. I snored I have 1 itely hoard, that the beautiful girl, in a slovenly manner.I melancholy and followed my sister. On tho

he r, W(d ln her> caresses, and seemed lo j }jKrhaps} more pleasure, in the efforts which 1'-hidcouslc t i'I .; honil superaurl.( '1 he of whom 1 have spoken, is dead. The close I' couldn't help passing an apology, on the bed, pale and cold as muLlelaJ my mother.

hate a sober resolve to watch over her wfi-ty, .1 I bhe was making to produce the evidence of rl 1, combined} rcket mjs five of her life was calm as the falling of a quiet |! ground of a new domestic, and then proceedetl I She had thrown herself on the bed to rest;

and to secure it even a! We cost of their lives. gratification in her husband, than there waits s; cotton factories: could not compare with the 1 stream; gentle as tile Miikirg: breeze, that i I to the business of pouring out the tea.j .-I arising i to go again to me, sh e was seized

i conies bat I was djwpiKiinUwl at this, havanucj)2tod : ', the mere exchange of smiles of welcome I frightful din produced I by the passage of the I I II lingers, for a time, around a bed of withered j. The cups were handed around, and I soon !! with a palpitation of the heart; and borne

gig' : (J.t the: litter of dogs would and thanks. The wife grew proud of her influence i, air through my breathing apjxralus, while II I III roses, and then! dies, as i'twere from verysweetness. !'j noticed that my guests were sipping from senseless to her roo n.

:*ve dSt2r!>ed the or.Ja :iroitv of the wife, and l to bring him back to enjoyment, fe'ie )j' refreshed myself with 'tired nature's sweet ." .1 their spoons ia a very unsatisfactory manner.I I cannot tell you m:1ony as I looked oa

thus have Fovokod some repiisnl from the i! felt a new consequence when the found that t I j restorer/. At tho ago of eighteen, my father I I cannot ba that earth is man's: only I was in the act of filling my own tea cup her; my remorse was tenfold more bitter from
Ilu-bmd. :I die could not only reciprocate smiles but dispel .1 I! turned mo oat of doors, declaring that such |. ding place. It cannot -be, that our :,lU.1 I from the urn, when I missed the plate of sausages I the thought she would never know it. I beI .

It was not long before some c\"rnt-l think "| [ frowns, not only share in the pleasure oi f, villainous snoring could not be permitted ins bubble cast upon by the ocean of eternity about which I had boasted to my lady! I Hewed myself to be her murderer. I fell oni
"was tie i home but dismiss the How holy i well regulated : its and ink I'. i the bed beside her. I could not weep. My
ordinary result of fcccuritv. the pains. any fauiy. float a moment upon 'lYS intI friends as something a little better than were j
tlH*rale! pride of trying to make one's" self'conwJerable I', the office of a good wife, and how pure must tl "After -ear of adversity vicissitudes, darkness and nothingness. Else why is it,' usually to be obtained. So I rung the table heart burned in my. bosom; my brain was all

I ii jeopardizing the peace and j i be her sentiments, to derive the highest gratification ,,1 succeded in establishing.myself in a very [ that the high and glorious aspirations, which bell. Alice presently made her appearance. on fire. My silt: r threw her arms aroundme

comfort of a family by grin security," for I' from producing the happiness of an I good business. I paid my address to a lovely leap like angels from the temple of our hearts, I Alice," said I, where are the sausages and wept in silence. Suddenly we sawa
a man, in whom others could not have had i other.It gill'I, wedded her, and-alas! the gentle : are forever wandering abroad unsatisfied I t. Id you to cook. You surely havn't forgotten slight motion of mother's hand-her eyes '

Confidence, or they would not have asked se- .. was laic in a summer afternoon, and by creature never complained, but I, wretch that Why is it, that the rainbow and the cloud I' them ?t" unclosed. She had recovered conc ousne3s

.utV-tiu1 I filet from the husband a cone appointment the husband. ought to have returned I am, knew what was wasting her away! Sir, come over us with a beauty, that is not of Och, no indade, mum, They're there." but not speech. She looked at me, anti moved

dt.'raL1 portistl, of tho property which had two or three hours before. The noise
Tade Ls condition btUcr than the wifefs bemarriage. of revelry had for n long time disturbed tht unhappy young wife was snored t death! JY'I upon faded loveliness I 'ivy is it, that AN4: my eyes ran round the table. words,-' Mother, mother shrieked, 'say

fore outer edge of the village in which the dwelling marred again, and after three weeks of night. II IIt 1 the stars, which, "hol their festivals round "'l eJ're with the tay mum, sure !" only that you forgive me/ She could not sayit

And heresaid I, H will cease at last'0p I was situated! -some vulgar frolic"hitherto la'I1!t Y'I ly ton1ent, my" second" spouse" sued_ for.a di._ the midnight (, ar set above the g-asp' With the tea!" with her lips, but her hand pressed mine.-
I teat my feelings!' were of the right ;I !in a distant part: ot the country, had been adjourned .1 1' vorce. She obtained one, by proving that it of our limited faculties; forever mocking us''I I Sure, mnm, they'reIA the ta). Ye She smiled upon rne, and lifted her thin, white
kind; J thbk unw that they were only those( I to that neighborhood-but the way was impossible] for a woman to sleep in the with their unapproachable tory! and finally,,,'I I' tow Id me yces wanted tho sausages wit the hands, she clasped my own within them, and

of eariosit y. Rf'lme IOOIi2 seem to Jl'.ire nnnil I I of the husband 0: his return did not lie in\ \ house which I inhabited. I sold my furniture why is it, that bright forma of human beauty tay; and sure they're there. 1 bil d 'em cast her eyes upwards. She moved her lips
that they }hare foretold l l-I think I only that course. The wife had gone out frequent.1 I and took lodgings ; but I never could remaint are presented to our view, and then taken well." in prayer, and thus she died. I remained still

debited to J Jjuow; how the loss of property was ly to watch for his approach, and to meet t: any boarding house or hotel more than one from us-leaving the thousand streams of our, A light now flashed over my mind. Throwing kneeling by that dear form, till my gentle sister

to affect the wire. him with a smile of welcome-that smie II week. My fellow lodgers, harrassed by rnynoclural I'I affections to flow back in an Alpine torrent, up the tea urn, I thrust in a fork which removed me. The joy of my youth has

Her husband was the first to tell her of the which makes home delightful, which s discord, always arose en messe, and upon our hearts? We are Lor for a higher' immediately came in contact with a hard sub left mo forever.
lI1i (rtullc. and retains. She looked anxiously to the e.I insisted on my expulsion. Thus was 1 hunted destiny than that of earth. There is a realm,, stance. 'I drew it forth and exhibited a sine Boys who spurn a mother's control, who

II C 'I am sorry, my dear,* said the quiet wife, I left, and stretched her eyes along the road it m from all sleeping associations, and was constrained where the rainbow never fades, where th gle link of a well biled" sausage. are ashamed to own that they are wrong,
0J: indeed. It will compel you to do hope that some token of his npproach wouh I: I at last to take my solitary nap with stair spread out before us like the Islands, Let me draw a veil over what followed. who think it manly to resist her authority, or
much of the work which you have hitherto be presented; there was none. Even e.I no roof but the canopy of n over my that slumber on tho Ocean, and where the I defy her influence, beware! Lay not up for

hired others to perform Do not let the loss dogs that had followed her out failed to gin tu e I head. Hut my fate had not done with me' beautiful beings, which here pass before us May T lw married, mama ?" slid a pret yourselves bitter memories for your future
or your property mortify you, nor suffer your- notice of his coming. She leaned over th
6l:1r to dwell oa t! e error, if it was an error, railing with distrustlcss hope-ho woult j e'treet last night, my snoring was so trcrnen- Bright of my dreams-in that realm reed," repeated tho astonished mother; "for Homestead! "
If 1 toe act by which the loss occurred.. come soon, and would repay her hei ri dous that it awakened this watchman who I shall see thee again. Even now thy lost what reason !" Why, ma, the children Exemption, er.claimed 'l\fr!.

'Bet 'oa-Jou, my dear wife-' anxiety by extraordinary \' forl c,..1 was dozing on :bench half a square off.- image is sometimes with me. In the mysterious have never seen wedding think a marriage Partington, throwing down the pope. "it's
'It 'ill I When they brought me to the station house, silence of when the come to a pretty pass, indeed, that men -
? not' said felie essentially afflIct lion. She summoned up for her consolatiorthe | midnight, streams i might please them aro .
iK m.i tt will not add to my labors or my anx- thousand kindnesses of her husband, hi[:8 I snored the whole police force into a kind, are glowing in the light of the many stars, '" goifg when to exempt the 5eht'ts from home just

y I must look after thc household affairs constant, changeless love, his resistance o I f of delirium tremcns; and if your honor sends that image comes floating upon the beam that The keeper of a groggery happened cue cold they"pleasevithoutany proviso fur-.

whether we have oue farm or two.. those errors marred the domestic liappiness i, mo to tho Tombs,I verily believe that my snoring lingers around my pillow, and stands before day to break one of his tumblers. lIe stood nights, ,
Bather Tho wire shed no ewt. She was 6011" of so many families; and like : tru e will produce"a fatal epidemic, mo in its pale, dim loveliness, till its own quiet for a moments, reflecting on his loss, and There is a man in Indiana! so thin, $at wterj

'tioetbn husband should lose the social dis- wife, she suffered the lustre of her own purl,, felow.prisoners. kinks like a spell from Heaven upon my then turning to his assistant, ho cried out,I the Sheriff IS after him he crawles into i his

tltan consequent upon some Property more ty, excellence and affection to gild the character 'Ho was sent to the Tombs, nolwithstand-- thoughts, and the grief of years is turned t to I I Tom, put a quart: of watt it that :;. cognac rifle and watches his &'l.1JthrourrJi the
others posse sfcd; but it was a pardona- j and conduct of her husband i Pcnnt/ranian dreams of blessedness and JIcc 'J ," touch-aole, '

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TVwn tA. Voc 0>.Var.i IMa, eflbil It cannot I I I Important Admission. Pennsylvania Hoveaiciits.: SI Gt'"L.\R CosrncT.--.The
Pbilndel '
next session of ; ) & I the In these dark times, it is cheering to catch Inquirer an t"J'ol:'
Letter fren Jcha C. C lhcu:1. 1 1I I ntit within ten or twelve years past : gives account of a dez

Foote has lately pizl.lUhed' in the Fbg I In i1Gen. If nothing i le South beJict11:1t the commercial some glimpse now and then of genuine sun- struggle which} look place it1t that i' r te
!he city
of our Union, letter from f John C. Calhoun, i i bo caused .\ L LIIASSI E : policy df the United States, as established by sline.The manner in which the ol .f:1sl.ion- Thursday afternoon, between .1 hog 011
tieh deeply intpic-sthigon account: ofUierenmikable 1 I may seine too ---.A the protective tariff system, was a burden to ed Democrats of New Hampshire elected old man named m. ThonJey. and a l
great The '
sagacity and foresight which! it e\in- I then ia my oj 1851. tho South, while it built up the North. Thro' Dinsmore Governor, as shown by the extract entered a small shop, when Mr.(
ces in regard to events of recent occurcuce.Tlie I Thorn
following is ):r. Calhoun's letter: I Congress'meet, L 1 }' BOOK.-\1'e have received!i Mr. Clay's influence that belief Las greatlyworn ve lake from the Union, is a sign many such tempted to drive it and its litter awar. 1 at.

Convention in I of this deservedly popular : away, and for many years the 'rhiparty of which would be cause for true rejoicing to had scarcely entered the field of .1.- lIe
FORT Hnx 3 1818. comuiicnt combat t L
Aug. ( in the Esun. I engravings of:the present j I of the South has insisted that a. protective every patriot in the land. Let Northern men fore the animal I made an attack ue W
Iy Dear Sir: My mut'IJe1J : Ee on him,
ajwlogy for not acknowledging sootier ,,70wl'rfull{: decidedly rich. We a I aia i re I I, tariff would benefit tho whole country, thus promptly repudiate all tampering or af- a fearful result took place. [r. mor1e 1

of roar two letters. I tha followed Book to the patronage of our I t,1 rather than one portion at the expense of aner. filiation with Free-soilism, and there is yet W thrown down, and was bitten in the W j

1 am obliged to you for securing prompt solemn appeal to j othhcBoyz'S That has been tho position of :Mr. hope of preserving the Union on Constitution thigh, and arm, and was horribly l lacerated 0'Tho

I: na ndmi8 ion of my address into the columns i! a warning n> to t < I.evey Webster also ; but we notice something in al principles.And animal for a ftw moments had I-
.. of tho unless she [ tOm
. Intelligencer. Col. Benton conccsiinucd ] .
nnd cease to = r of this interesting work his Albany speech well worth considering bythose it gives us equal pleasure to refer to control I of t him, and It i3 quite likely f
to get f o jobs for that that th.t
many 11
I Lad my ,( >Ofion, in their whit paper to ke'ep i j'tLc IJjiion.: : it fully sustriuslhe: Ligh rcpt Southern men who join him in behalfof the action of the! Democrats in Pennsylvania. wouJd have been killed but for the timely I J.

fair with him that they would either not publish I Us no certainty gained for it. It contains a a high tariff, and which certainly ought ta It stands in noblo contrast with that of the terposition of a gentleman I who lived ai

it at all, or de-lay it so long as to make J;, the time stated. >g articles on various cub-I! l lead them to pause and reflect again as to 2Lccorrectness Whigs of the! samcs State. It will be remembered I i and who rushed from his residence near by. ,

the publication of +i.onlue, j The \ I of their ine i that last inter bill the hand chair a
or merchant should} bev pi ptes.r. a passed Leg and commenced battering
I am glad that .\ oa i-.tend to be at !be informal- l .. away at 111,,
present ; [ Webtl'r35 convince the! i idaturc: to repeal a statute which forbid infuriated
: to
the meeting of your Convention, in October. j' both j parties at j S:. Address J. U. DeUow, Irving under animal. The :1nmalVas fi

It is an important occasion, and your Ares i i I political] position. i Tlace, New Oilcans. Northern people that the, ought to abide by severe penalty, the use of State jails for driven I away, and 1 Mr. Thornley 'was takiq rl4U1

cnce will be of great S(':"ic(. You sskineaul i| +olity of the ( ------ the Compromise, measures, end that they the detention and safe-kccpina of fugitive home, suffering the most intense !
I pain
far myicws touching the action of: States, and to : Calhcun's Letter. j forbear their slaves, but it failed to become law in sad
ultimate j i has o document in should opposition to_the FugitiveSlave consequence : placed under the care of a phvicj .
tie South in certain events. It is the representatives to-day's pJper- of the action 1 __
gravest': Law. Ho tells them of Governor Johnston .
one thing was ,
cf:1.11; subjects; and l must soon demand the attention I)j be thought of :: 'i!!j e else from its !reat author, I V who it. The} DRI\Dr1.'L Monru.mry.-'ji ; L) ;..01\1..
am also of the rriven lo you, another to the! South-one concession pocketed Whigs by way of re .e
the whole I'nion j direct
o in tone so dcep( j : the mind to serious re Courier of the 3J instant
as to rouse the attention of all.! be so made ns to j J a Balk i icinre Le I}I I i was made }by you, another? by the ward for this conduct have pat forward tin'same that the steamer Grand Turk sapVe la'u!
I j cnmtemrla- j from
There is one point, on which there can be i harmony of\\ \\ j I South ; and so it was in the framing of the ? Johnston! for re-election. If Mr. Webster New Or.
i should hardly hope that it has bright i leans, with a ]large number of
no diversity of ojjuion; ia the South, :upon? j j pose it be | Constitution, and lias been ever since. This is right in saying that this slave controversy emigrant 05
those who arc true to lir, or Lave made b'teitlsout| : : Lis death. TIe North still l board for St. Louis, lost 23 or SO of her
up{ t i is the r tenor of his argument. And now, furnishes the one sole question for the pas.sengers .
their minds not lo be tluves; --that, if we should I save the Union, j' ball of ll.titiou.ollic most I I by the cholera before the boat
ual for ( wl-.ile: plying them thus, while showing what consideration of the country, then so vital reaca-
be forced to choose between resistance and I1; measures j ;: of die' Union Lave ridded to !i upon I I ed Cairo. Seventeen had died
fabmission, we should( take! resistance all I'i' cvhazards. '( it should l 1 !:I (| one has gained and the other lost, ha points a point the South is anxious to know. before tie!
and the
cs on, snarl fanatics boat arrived
If wo are not prepared for t'usil, we ;;\ tcrnative of sulln: i r i! I out to lieri! tho action of the South iu refer whether 1.5s party in the great Key Stone: Napoleon, and the die.
'!' that it is destined
to roll then
are prepared to sink to the most debased cud j''be forced 0:1 ] 1 I C.MCC to the sari t lie says: State stands opposed to whnt he aJviscs was raging terribly on board. These
miserable: condition ellotcd ['choose j' : the latter. I j every Northern State shall L( unfortunate creatures
ever to j were transferred
a people, : "The} Constitution of the United Stateconsists as necessary for the safety of the Union. If from
and to become the to secure a full : its baneful and iuflu-
Scorn vend byword of the! crushing the ship fever, and most of then
trod That \ i' ern- State, and 1 ; in a series of mutual agreements or the Union is put in peril by a disregard of the were in j *
: will be forced
we to the alter ] I Mr. C. Ix-lieved would be thc 'i
compromises condition. The
e thing being b\ deplorable disease
native hold to be certain unless ; Thc call ought to '1 Fugitive Slave Law, Lore is the body of bis thatpror.ed .
prompt t ;I ] .:: very: efiicicr.t! to chcck'I. th'' nlltj, another by time! North, the genl'ral so fatal must have been a }
i combination
.Iress' ] Et I (
and the < briefly of
moEt efficient( I in
should! be
measures ta- party a powerful Commonwealth that
'I used ; and, short of Luc+; : mind' having been brought: together, arid the cares ship fever anti cholera. The boat
]ken our
by the South to nrre 1 the present course :! J trusty a not for tli was very
whole agreed! to as I said, as sestet of com. They mean to disregard it
: could ,; ,! foresee no other alternative': 'I any
of events. There come much crowded which but
were never uiourg worse, i j}i f for !I "I i 1 I promises. Well, who does not see that?- how. Let him go forth another tour added to the fa.
more It is State h the 1 but secession or upon ,
rapidly. not ignoble
a mere opinion !
suL'i j I Had th;; North no interest in that? Had the
with me, that we should be forced,iu the end, ']i: !the great valley e i i ; I greatly to be feared that this North( no i:1tcrest1? Iiothinz"idJt'd and stun the ears of these wicked} :men withLi tllitFllIXC

to caooso between Puljmis:ion and 1 Iy possible, I I J 1 1I by eloqtieat'deprecation, and his ) G t'TT.I'E..CIU I'r-c.-.t
resistance, > i j i 'I powerful sea
:Would last coming upon uf, I tie< Soalh lo the! North ? Gentlemen, yon :u"c appeals I
unless the South bJiot.ll' lake the subject Stito be le-s ,I tl is state of thinjrs what :: proud citizens oi'a great commercial State.- for the! supremacy of law and the Constitution. L- style of pen, composed of a mixture of metal
jealousy >
Its Lands ( than if can
and ,
own by a united and You know that Yew York ships float over the and gutta perch, has recently been invented
moment, stay tile! course of events lie :* **:e elder fclates. ;j So'Uhe/n man's desire, says I|I |
cured there h no other remedy-none-not as- *lake]' the! Stand : s ] ] I Je ,Union' ,if} ,}but our- 1,[! whole woiId, and bring abundance of riches Now, if we look to the action of the true in Paris. advantages of tLU pen Wo
iho least, through the action of the General)j'j i llcioveratuent ge a general I>! \: lira, without concert ,I to ihe! your result own of the shores.commercial You know policy that of the this l"I is i Democrats of that state, we find a much bet such as commend it to those who are not b

( Things Lave gone too far to States, I would {" !', [ ter spirit prevailing. They Late sloughed tf the habit; of wiping their pens after
1'I flmon the part of the South, wither! ; nited I States, and I Low was the commerce csi' u I using
trope for relief from that iJualtera I j I IrJlig quinces. '} I In ,view if would! taLli.hcly what: constitutional provisions the miserable! corruption of I Frec-soilism! j | them! a1 the longer it remains b the ink the
have not ventured the : party any we ,
assertion, that e-1 I,I than in Uother -and fort to.i. benefit J The South was are not ashamed to express a decent regard I more pliant it is said to become, and for writing .
vents were never moving worse, or more : % concert of action is the one j
without due reflection] and much o'jcorvalian. rapidly -- ::i i Why cannot; I : It would ba well for these !J!! never a commercial) country. The plantation for their brethien of the Cunt},. Hear them! I I on damp paper it erccl even the,0058jquill.
1 have l looked on the movements of' induced: < to back I i I aw were never commercial. Their inter through the Resolutions of their Convention E. .
is their : -separate State action to pone J et always was, as they thought! what they : _ _
tbc North since the ; true 'I "KesolteJ
adjournment, with close i the great Southern: elianjpion j t!>Jik! it to be now-free tradethe unrestrictI That the G sec. of the act of tic I rJ- The oldest Sovereign of Europe U
nlteution. They are, ia my opinion, as bad :s s !..IJtriot or party Legislature of Pennsylvania
they can L(: At no time !have both parties to f o, i would I !j (' is an crack worthy to be fol-! i, l atht,,::ion of foreigners in competition in I I ( March, 1919, denying under, passed on tlll'lJIf ; I Ernest, King of Hanover. On the 5th cf
all t branches of business Hut severe
what did -
courted the Free-soiU-rs! d l the Abolitionists the movement in i lights i } men, and it rosy Lc> j I jj:) ? They agreed to form a Government they I j ,, the use of our State jails for the cleten-pcn.nit ii i June he completed his SOth year. He is ta

with more ardor. 1 make no distinction [between \ :: i.i the present cnicrcn ci, i i that should! renthte, commerce: according to.I ti+*n of fugitive slaves while! awaiting their! I I only; surviving son of George the Third, and

I Free-EOJlcrs and Abolitionists! : They : patience and earnest : the want and wihe! ? of the Northern State? :! trial;( ought to be expunged from our statntc- I was formerly known as the Duke of Ctnnkf.
both ?
are institutions.equally Of the hostile toward us and our to band together! the South I aid w tan the Constitution went into opera ,j bocks, Loth because it interposes obstacles, I land. lIe, instead of Victoria ascended 't 9the
two, the! former are the j j by means of State
j legislation to the
worst and mAst dangerous.' I regard the new In a late ] I 1 united for nclion rather than !j tijn a commercial system was alo established! i! lion; of the provisions of the Constitution exec- I throne of Hanover on the death of his
j 10: which rose the whole of New- of
jilatform} called Free Democracy attempted : 't Magazine is : i : : from the Union }' York and New up glory I' the United States, ami l because it U a tirtn Ii, !i;j brother, William the Fourth, ia Jane, 1S37,
which l.ngland.
to be erected at the North, to rally and reu1Jilto 'j will go s J I singly, cltar as might be 1 Ler! disregard of the principles of the Compromise, i II j on which day the thrones of England sade
rents : It be said that 3Ir. Webster docs
the the not
Free eoilcrstnd Democrats may
i| You are fond I .: ,, and ample! us might !be the I' H calculated! seriously to endanger! t h !j Hanover] were separated tha prevalence of
wlio opposed thom at the list election, as hut '0 really regard the tariff policy as !' existence i of the! Union. j
another trams for Free oiler I (writes [I. I'., an Think, if this be not the I somctlling'I' the salic law preventing the accession of fe-
surrendered "llcsoheJ
more danger- ] by the South for the } .i1!1t the Democratic of '
ono than their! because ? of their loves, } a'l\ire\ party males.
original, caL-ulated to 'I.1eceh'e us make of the North-that in fact he considers it no I Pennsylvania! are true to the Union, the constitution .. -
an : -
las not and been betray a rally the en, that I Tliere Lave ,seen as yet, i iu t, I i j!. anecdote*. .\ / and the Crops. surrender! at all, for the! reason that he believes I I serve,and, and execute the ,laws so far, :miIl in them faithfully lie's i c b i EXLAKGE IJCXT OF TIn CAPITOL. -It 13

which the Frcc-sr dociriie, us to the Wilj l j I acquaiutincG of this week we have had rogu- the South will be as much benefited by It)t as I the, me:,ures uf Compromise zs adopted all!, t r ail that the President! has decided on thee

mot Proviso and the Territories and denunj!(j ol d daunerois. in a ; ''i -cold, cloudy, damp, drizzly, the North. Then why speak of it }in the light! :: late: Conares; ior the ''urpo.e of HttliDg bJ' t th! I plan for the enlargement of the Capitol:

ciations of slavery, did not constitute the! I ajilatform. ells disagreeable. We do not re- of a concession, as an argument to opera tC qu! estions arising out of lonestic! d.wcrv ; malt [ ''I The corner-stone is to be laid ea the 4&; of
The nim of the I surgical l Oj : I ,
whole movement j low bore his C8"L.a spell :.t this season for maD iv ;; upon those who complained that they were i I *tio i not only iron a sense of duty a3 goodl.iiwn5 l .I July next. The plan adopted 3 said to ba
ii and is intended 1
political I
; to catch tlie s ij)- \ his +: has been deal of I( the South I of the Republic but ohorfrum the' i th at of 3Ir. Young, architect, who unforta-
port of tbe .\Lolitioni- s, without losing that } jurents tar a good rain 1 giung too much ? He must hat'0 (j kind and fraternal which I
j. It-clings cLemti
**f tic fjoutb. If they cuoc
doom killed. I do nut doubt but we have of lhat the thtir:attending; j t I f;:llen. It is to be Loped t that! *! have designed that those to wLom he was > Sd tate.5"" ; j j It adds two wings to the North and south cfI

many and sincere friends among the old dailiug which! were in bad ,I I: should look II' True I It the! Capitol, one for a Senate Hall and ancth*
Democracy of the North, and even sary operation, + i' a m: I i. speaking so upon it, else it meant they may be better satisfied with theprovisions l

those wbo arc inclined to favor this unnatural among' would bo at the j : ', will} be inpro\ed by such: I t I nothing. It would not do to destroy l.b lany ;. 1 of the Compromise than we are, I er for a Hall!! of Representatives. The pro-

coalition. They do it from what they regard t!I Tho father 1c that even yet our country will I gUI ( by any other \iew of it. but they are for maintaining it in its full rate I i j posed Hall Representatives tote of scclir

to be a tlc('(,!iiy, and as the only w:}. I!j heart, that Lo '' ,:. Tlie cotton, we hear, is We a,k Southern WLigs} : to consider of rite as well in the important particular theyeleern 'i capacity as net only to answer for the number -

hy wlicli tho 11 bibs can ba put down, :and and painful ,J! In this mnttt'r.te of Representatives under the Yintoa lair,
some places, though a still !
willing not\'ith.1
with reluctance. But! that cannot niter its 1 ?}culd. for his! ) ( you 4 advantageous to the South, as in the!
J fatal tendency. The Whigs at the North are I j !little fdInw l l it is doing well ; while} in standing so much oilier insult injury and others. 233, but capable of extension as rbe necessary

nt present doing thdr best to jiievent it, but I i I lie would! do :5 ] ( is glfJl m.y. There are justice, to lend your energies and ? in./? / Tlie Convention which! adopted these resolations I hereafter, with ample aceononiod-

-j soon as they sec that it U likely to succeed, i I must allow him I : with hundreds of acres to tho building up of powerful commercial nominated Cot Uiglor as the Democratic I ton3} for public audi Lories, committee rooms,

clad that the Democracy of the South are pre- thing luoio was j i grasshopper having cut down', States at the expense of your own section of candidate! for Governor. If elected Le &c. _
bat the _ _
pared to acquieecc in if j j at end of
j they will wheel l |
right j j j so lo render entire iho} ? Will
Now as re- country you on increasing will! act from
go Gov.
I differently Johnstonin
round and take higher mid bolder Abolition.rro am : \ ; [ very CJ-\Ve: learn says the N. Y. Courier, from

s, and thus control the movement, :II on me to-morrow, I j| : On the whole, our plan- over, which as it grow, treats you with: reference to the Fugitive Slave Law. Who 1 Ca d. Cults, of t.e! brig Havti, from Pert aa

whila the Soutliern Whigs will ptad!) our exam4o :I Notice was I j discouraged by the present more and more insolence, and threatens you> is there in the South that does not wish him Prince, arrived at this port on Saturday, that

; as aa excuse for their acquiescing in came, attended : fi E}d.c.. with more and more dangerous aggressions ?IExGovernor success I
the bolder movements of their Nothern tiien j"'iTho I{ '[ preparatiui I --- the Emperor F n
TLo effects of the whole will be, that the ,{i was undressed : ( \ rccei'.ed the Manual of the McDonald. Summer Eesorts. Proclamation uniting the Duns.aa Governrnnt -

North! will bt'dmlt'rnOl"O tmi"cl"Jlh.llfJj.. i bhoulder?, when Association," published this I The Whig papers of Georgia, backed }by We notice in all the! papers something on to form a Treaty of Peace.

lion than ever, and the South more 'derided j! where the olK I York. De.uJca! other t tH! ir.g;, i I the SVi7/ii here, are try inn to produce t the !I the subject of summer excursions, summer -
distracted and debased limn Oj.j; l lie saw the tub I (ttrSixJjarges laden with dressed lumber
ever; and f j j names of the members! cf the''! impression that this gentleman! the candidatencj resort, Ac., and we do not see but :1.yon1
course, lees capable of red-ting. En'tlls! a j I catch lb blood, j If, 'I I were despatched from Montreal recently, for
I is for Governor; Cobb would if elected or two on the subject by us would be just t the l
jciiical! movement on the part of theOrtl1.j I out a murmur, to ; formed of lawyers, t against ,
: i ijj +i the United States two of which procw-etl
cm Democracy, it will t.J. It is a game I!i I voluntarily l \ l j i ( ll.atlt 1 bast one I.m"\'c.-r"'ill. every endeavour to bring Georgia into the line of j ji thing for a fiing-up!! paragraph.} Well, then! i I II ,

wbicli their opponents can never out-play !i j: J IJOUDI The f: Ur.ite-d Mates stall belong to i immediate secessionists. Of course, they we have to tell the world that there is no ''II directly to New York, without re-shipment
them and which 'j: hi. then l I I This i is believed to be the first nab
like this attempt
must end iu tlio de ; place WakulLi down
tructioI'Md here
i iI is to facilitate the transaction I jhopc to kill him off by (tile cry of County I
absorption of the Democracy there by I i''said: -Now tell I j I disunion.-\\ below n?. It has its for a eurect communication inland with :+Pa
Newport thousand
| l Such tell them
I ji
a err
the other patties. Tliere is but out of the room awn from Lome, by point-1 I! we can York.

can Faro tlu meh'Fm the party one, by way 1o11planting they Ij! I j' parents I were : ; I who can attend( to it. The .\isbngbear! ', it once was, but even if it were I.t 1 j I sea-shore ('s the phrase) places, even. one -

thcm-elvcs on the ground, on which) yi, J' distressed. by Lis; I'1 organized, would be of great I I! C0l'l,1 not be justly raised against McDonald.In ,1 of which! at once brings roses to pale cheeks, (v Jenny Lind} 's final Concert ia e'tI
the Southern wing of the party occupy on the I crJther: was } country. i I his letter accepting the nomination, he i elasticity to sluggish limbs, gladness to sad York was given on Friday night at Castw}

great qt1e 1ton., It would probably! placethem I operation was I l t tales the whole number of I II I say?, though 1 as an individual I Le was origin t f hearts, strength to mind, body, and soul, and I i!j j'I in a small minority for the time, but it r never again I I i
would unite the South, and our united strength( whose United Stales to IJC'Ill"t'1'i.1 i 'Iy in favor of some action against the Coni a happy termination to all logo affairs.: Go[ j; svn3 The Post says: The singing of Mist

would speedily pat them iu a majority mg: ih. tcnce.: "haJbess nine hundred and scrCllfl'liIC.1; I!!11 promise measures, yet Le respects tho voice to Newport, or the Light House, cr Shell :I i Lind was frequently interrupted by tho en

_SotiUjg! else can save them. Hut taking the Wcnsn of law must be rusting in jiejoflhe i people too l highly to gainsay what it Point, or Goose Creek, or any where else' I! thuaiasm of the audience in her favor, and
course, which they appear at present (at lcactn l-rl mine and the of Georgia round about there, and will
V,romcn are ) of these thousands! i may ; as people you certainly' the close of the performance, she was c-U-"

considerable portion of them,) disposed todo world to new ---- i in authoritative Convention, have sol.I" '.l vote these Northern tours mere bores. -"'
will separate the South from them. WP : Alabaraa. I out, after Laving retired from the stag -

cannot countenance, or support the new J platfoirn l I j Live been editor ho i emnly resolved cc in these) measures The Dcin-jcniiic liecieir, published in New- There! was evidently a flattering hope tb_c

; or recognize any man, cf any pm,ty i I I and fcm.ile wo have \ !1 was expected fo ran n s a''!j Le ii not disposed ta, and will not, York, contains a very scathing article against Jenny would make a little parting speecB>{
for ec
/ ate Governor t
that stand on it, as of us.oJ1ms | against: Col-1 I Bard: tho question as longer for
may I point of + any open the, Parricides of the Republic" meaning :; she did not, contenting herself with boTlDI '
nothing future, i is, to my mind, more certain tlic race. 'Tia well he does, ] 1 lion. I Here is what Le the
says subject : thc I
than that I cr and the Abolitionists and :Free-soilers, in which; and carts\ing profoundly, and troting gnee.
as events ., which the
arc now going, the Spirit animates "
(; Tia in advance of
that j eor sisters }Las
ftltcrnative of submission or rCi istanrc will |be I I niunity fuf 1 ( I State would Lave rebuked 1.U I in her speaking of the Compromise, it says that tie fully olT.Greal
and Ler
n t ) than j sovereign capacity, p C::0-
irad Fpccelily forced on us, unless we should unite ( we 1:1\"e a tlO 1.r 1. I '' \W''ccr in a manner not (pie Lave determined to pretermit the outrage danger it was designed to avert was only -

that adopt} E ('cdytnca urestopreventit ; and we ii jl I On tIle other Land, I i j conucittod: on her lights, )by the admission of averted for a time." If the people of the Drought in .1Ie.rico.-\ perlet.
I1rCECntstime question what can we dY! and half California into the Union State with North do not down vested to make the folhima extract from a
ns a as a }her put tho "lawless .
In considering it, I assunje that the first de-: UN iJl': \\hatc ultra Southern rights men, highly objectionable! Constitution. TLis they, which rendered its spirit" ter, dated ZacatecasMay 12th, to acoalnizr

tiro c.f every true hearted Southern man i issave ,, lour read, whether! it "'_ position not far enough ad- hai e done, not from any affection they Lave passage neccssarr, the cial house of this city : ".

if possible, tho Union, as well as j they once offered nomination to Col. for the measure or tho policy which dictated act is nugatory. That spirit, continues \Ve are in a most miserable state berew

elves; but, if both cannot 1 be, then to Eourselves ivc I sum I to read it, n Liii to run as tho c an- it, but from their extraordinary forbearance, the Review, "is still as malignant ever; [present. Wo have Lad no rain of any co n'sequence

as at far all as lies in Such is my determination Fortunately : pose, that if they thEir \icws. nut the Col and encouraged to Lope, too, by the acre a- i indeed it has acquired new malignity." What, since August last, and the roads country a
my burnt
power. our
be thrown proclamation of of their sentinels nla have up.lany
away some on we to hope ? Why is it, that with
for the road which He wE *
us, leads to both, knew for seems to go as far ls'tnJ duty, that "all'swell." Their decision impassable for want of water. Corn
yet lies in the same direction. We Lave ,I once > is ought; such signs and warnings before us, we still and m some
not Doctor had called Fire-Eater, &C., not to )be disturbed, however much it per fatten,, (about 150 pounds.) ,
reached tho fork yet, if we are ever to do> it the writes : conflict with individual opinions. In a Gov-may stand apart and refuse to unite for Southern parts of tho Stale Zacalecas U selling., at'CO
Without concert of action on Limo part of the gir woul protection ? Flour just ground down is worth 0 pcr
ernment of )law and order, such decisions
to that I
South, neither be saved it if it i be : me say am not The
can ; by and other things in proportion
wo they in favor of the must considered authoritative. They
say arc immediate se- ire THE METHODIST Curncn SCIT. founds
not too long it is both o
delayed, possible r myIhe had I tho w ill of tho people. If tho have animals would not be creditedhi''
vet be. Without it cannot reasons, we am:1. am for exhausting all !+ people authority l learn from the Christian Advocate and Journal
we satisfy cr Lave dozen nnd then to ,jthat they will resist and to deteimino other place. We know of one wwqj
Forth : a if we cannot have say says the New York Commercial that
that the South is in ,
earnest, and will, lost 1,oeo head of sheep in March stanaj
one man. out to us, I am for absolute se the extent of that resistance, they tho book agents of the Methodist Li -
if forced, choose resistance; and until she is have the like Episcopal has been worse since. Of course there
to that
F.itufied the which Lave unquestioned and unq acs. authority, say they will Church, acting upon the suggestion of the people J aIO
cause brought the It is emU the
/ a terrible! by Federal Consolielalionisls not resist TLis principle I hold to be incontrovertible Court in the late trial the no trade at present, as et.
question between the two sections to its present nothing can bo recruits." and necessary to the safety and property, have respecting to the Church either maintained by charity, orare salvedEreq
dangerous stage from a small!: beginningwill where read that happiness} of mankind" cry thing that comes in their way.
continue to there is no one running against of tho Church, South, "an adjustment of and we c:
operate, until it will ho too does not vibrate } day until it rains will be worse,

late to save the Union, and nothing will 1 be spreading Collier. The Whigs'.of THE \,:\ .-=TLis ably conducted their preferred claims by a legal arbitration} l not expect any commercial prosperity un ii

loft us but to dissolve the connection. To i do lisped that its ( pretend to make a show, un to this week paper under the authority of tIle court. We are another and a good harvest of Indian corn
comes us in learn this
to and
a new aress.We glad ,
f" that concert of tho South had a
; action would 1 bo necessary, stamped on the i some men like Shields gathered. On tho 25th nit. we
[- ? not to eave tho Union, for it would be loo ble teal of tho get or know not where there is one that has athem will, with equal promptitude and cheerfulness; Frost which has injured tho wheat crot

r 'btt', but to save/ ourselves. Thus, in any of Georgia, to recruit for better right. If n fine mien, frank expression meet the proposition favorably. TLis is produced by irrigation, and wa-'J

vio\v} concert is the one lhi g needful. Hut : of tho true Democracy. and bold spirit can entitle one to be Tlic Revenue.-The Republic states I that, caught in the car."

conceit cannot be had without convention A well known Juno 14.-Sales of Cotton i to- }handsomely apparelled, then tho News well the Revenue from Customs from July 1, 1650.

of tho South, either formal or informal: and appeared to-day. bales-fair uplands ten ((10)[ ) deserves its improved wardrobe. ;May it ever to Juno 1, 1851. amount to 641,*>40.0C3, an "Mr. Smith the hogs are getting ir.f"

to that point.(\'ry friend of tho Union, nnd #4U,000. The and three quarters (llj) sales abound in all good tilings, and have full increase of 87,630,573 over tho your corn field." Never mind: VW I **?

well wisher of the South, ought to direct his largo cotton hOU. };ht thousand bales. success in its mission of patriotism eleven months of 1819-50. sleepy. Tho com will soon get lntoY tnw*


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i endence to the world, they declared themselves. Bathing in the Dead Sea. The Hection in liew Eamshire. In Chancery. For Hire.A .

l l's' liame' an(' enumeration, free and independent Heated and fatigued, we prepared for a Our readers are already aware that there
'U enough for n man. nor MIDDLE CIRCUIT-JEFFERSON COUNTY. FIRST rate Cook, Ironer, and Washer
tc(1Jo( __ Not tiv rut: u grnft i% befure ''" U(1JIlg State?," &c. general bathe-as a private party; for die pilgrims was no choice of governor by the people of Mtlvina! Philips, ) .Li first Jannary next Apply! at this OfHcc.

w I; "lh'fl 'tie 1dIfltbt n nppl. ; Tlie original sovereignty and compact being determined to reserve their energies New Hampshire nt the last election, ami that M. > Bill for Divorce. June 2J, 1851. 23 tf

: nhIi 1Wt ) by uJ wan. admitted fact, how docs this! Union alTi-ct for the sacred Jordan, the lake of Sodom being the subject was referred to the legislature of Robert Philips. ) -

I._ b.Ifl I41'i. ui 1w EC4' VCtY ewdli the relation of the States to each other ? Mr. held by them in horror and abomination. the State. The following, which wo copy tT appearinc: 'to the< satisfaction of the Conrf, by Notice. *

l .t1' ct1.: tnutlicrmilk was scarce Calhoun : The bad odor in which the bake was held, did from the New York Journal of Commerce, alfidavit nde in this cage, that Robert Philips, "I LL persons Laving demand egainsl the estate cf
flt says Defendant, does not reside in this SUIe, but in Hit J.
NigLt. the ktc
.c Jonathan G. Pwlriok eleccaseJ
ithdrawal from not however deter contains final result of Leon
44 fc'ecesston is a the Union ; us, and huuag called a : (United States, in part unknown, *> thai the ordinary County, are to .
*' M f !hnvp manascd: by dint of patipntVo a separation from partners, and, as far as depends halt, we plunged like young ducks into the The election of Samuel Dinsmore (Union process cf sisbprcna cannot be served upon him: istratrix or to requested HALEY T.rre ELOCKER.:nt them to the duly Admin nothonze -

; ;'' () read c':' homily on thc Rfclittfl on the member withdrawing, a dissolution H'juU clement Paulo chuckling like an old democrat the office of governor by 'icsnty* If u Inrrtfure OrJiral, That said fondant.. Robert >l agent and attorney, witliln tie my tune prescri

< occupying two mid oneUurdrf of tho partnership. It an hen on the banks. We plunged Disastrous five majority jn the legislature, over Thomas Philip, appear and answer the Bill of Complainant bed by law, or this notice w ill be plcntl in bar; and

f ;leeeccill rijlPlji-t: Sentinel ; and who, pray, association ; a Union of r everal States or inilividunls was the plunge.-raidhy enough head after E.:: Sawyer, (whig) is to us a most gratifying the first publication filed in this cf cause this within Order,three or said months Bill fn will>m all persons indebted abore.CHRLSTLNA to said. estate, will male immcdlate -

;, ;;.I1s ( niov the same treat(?) Kgad: for a common object. W/irrcrrr head poped up from the csecrablo waters result. Even including the 21 scattering be taken confessed against him. tayinent as PADRICK Adm'x.

i (oLicretc 1iLt n1trct Vc ihcsr cj ist, srmsion may ; and where they do hair matted, eyes smarting, and tongues burn votes, Dlnamore had a majority of four over At Ch3nl>er Tillah.i.wee, June 20, 1S"1. Jcnc 7,1831. 22 St,

: 5 Mt"Non:; ; JeflVrfon, Calhoun, and not. it cannot." ing from the intense sulphurous bitter saltneas all. The vacancies in the senate end gover J..WAYLK3: BAKEU Judge, & -
I,3d V i .us contemporaries; appear and ] Then we have Rnrl.imaqui. Tucker ant! of the detectable liquid in which we were immetccd nor's council have been filled with! democrats; 2J 3mDelleLy Notice.

.S r \'\ '' ttlo yc- knew of the theory of our Calhoun, nil against C." in that, while they ; water it w:'s not, nor bitumen, nor so that after all the boasts of Seward whig*, Encampment, Iv. 1'. t M, and the Ap--) ALL creditors. legatee*, anti persons entitled to

,I b4 ,-lu.nii nt. Listen : are unanimous in the opinion that Stales lose salt, nor sulphur, but a disgusting compound Atwood democrats &c.,the? Union democrats, pendant Orders. Quincy, June 18, 1S51. J JA Charles T. J. or otherwise! inttrestecl in the c fatoof

. 81 A gjnortateh'SA rijrht none of their sovereignty by entering with of all four.A who run a great hazard for the sake of principle TTENTION. SIR KNIGHTS !-A meeting of! County, and State Singleton of Honda deceased, late of Jefferson
are hereby notified
4If.I .4.a. DoMolav will be held to
IYV :::7" thnt can help to \vard ofT im. each other into kuguetreatvir confederacy, hogshead! of it vrould serve as an emetic Lave come out triumphantly, as they Ji rie, in the: Encampment towu of iiui'icy,on the evening at the of Common the exhibit their claims and
I; e v" and: keep at a dittaneo vlistI5IJCB1 the self evident, truth stands boldly forth! for all Asia Minor, and leave some gallons deserve to have done. They have the governor 23tli ins.t Tlie line-* will bo rmud at the sound of be from iLk dnte. to the underi.ied, or this notice will

JJInlilc' of caonng its ruin.*' "vtuar.vru ruri }:NTrr, szctiO i spare against the nest epidemic ; you could all the senate except two members, the the trumpet Sir Knights will Uke due notice there- not pl'aded presedted in bar within_said arid demands as aro

f, :l1 1 ,., C." concludes, conceding byirnt The light of secession results, not from a neither sink nor swim in it Talk of a fly entire council, tho speaker of the house, and (p1: and {jovmi tbpm el\eRccor lln ly. The Oenenlliwimo tlebted to i said estate, are period ; and all persons in*

I, that this tirht! of seresMon.rjnnntJed Constitutional guaranty but from the reservation in molasses, or a wasp in a barrel of tir-I a clear conciencc. What more can they desire Sir C. V r. DOWNING. H chiirged with the payment requested to make immediate
of '* execution of the al-ove crder. Bv order .f
.iS.. by the Constitution to the States of nil those attribulc-s of can find no parallel for a bath! in the Dead ? i Sir J. 1L VEIIDIEK. M. E. 0. C. RACHEL M. SINGLETON, Executrix

' I1I J l.iU'V that "ovcry rule of sovereignty not expressly tlolegr.tcd by the Sea. But the fculiVriiigs of my companions Tho democracy of New Hamshirc hive taken R. Jlnnor, Recorder. Jane 21,1851. Monticella C1IAS. T. J. SINGLETON, Executor.

( ii1.1/1,1 ; e\erv consideration of sound compact of the General Jovcnimcnt It&houldbe were a trifle to what I felt; cut and maimed a noble tml: -one whi h is worthy of Hay Si: ,.1S51. 21 4t

I r v jtitWt: flf s,4i.jreerwatou, remembered, too, that the Constitution isfhr in consequence of my superior horsemanship, all honor. Oil the eve of the election they Quincy lirlale and Female Academy. Lost.

T i rMiii'' u'- lo ward fDf 7th!
July at which time it ia
" k-vp at a distance such a and out of it if I was tampering with funstici-m and they de- espectc-l that this j J-t A. Fi-her. in note
1 ;iI t between the Covi-rnment and the States; and, jumped -as were flayed a- ncre: Academy will be for the or notes, amounting to three

;:: rui i." ''"' 1iHg possession of a Ter- therefore, in a contest about the lights of the live. However, let me be just to thU abom- termini to stand by their principle?, and to ScI '.l. ready reception of the hundred and thirty- .'x eloILirs (to the best of my re-

i:1..jt'LIde1.t:: exstence was in. I Ir two dqjartmcnts, tl} o States alone are the inablo mixture : i if 1 sinai ted for it, my wouiids repudiate Mr. Atwood, even in the face of defeat EfT.Jcnt an 1 fihhful Toachrr! arc employed in the I collection two hundred:) one ddkrs note was and given about April 1S4U. for

i : our cauterized skin in order to put forward another candidate several IVpartmcPt TJe In *ituti<'n provided one ou the 17th Octcber,
( : arbiters ta decide the matter of diHerence. effectually; completely : 1810, f'r> one hiAlrcd and thirty-six dollars
t-n '. t" jg bent on giving the ned the miracle.Wcdrcised who A\ns above suspicion. Mr. Dins- with an exten.-ivo Chemical Philosophical, and Mathematics amount total making"
And since thi-s is a Union of sovereign par over- cure was perfect to a well as alx>ve specified. This is to notify all
s'i1i to do. There'sOiegon with the comfoi table more was put forward ; and he i is now Apparatus, a selected Library, and a persons from trading ftr said
ItL' lies, (and not a fusion of tntes into a consolidated sensation of governor valuable Cabinet <>f Minerals. The increase in the notes. I will pay tea
I ; u3d flri sh and Goveniment,) bound by compact men who had heed well coated with mutton of New Jlamhihire. The triumph is one number c.f ituJen4 frnn abn-ad Laving rendered it dollars fr the delivery rf sail notes to rcc
Iit..I May :31, is;!.
t gus.l1fl iKt 's ons, over North, and each of the partios, as perfectly as the whole, suet, stiff, greasy and extrc-mlyout of sorts, of which! not only the democracy of New necetary that zitr.pTe acc.nin11oi.r sliuliI beprvide.I V. V. SKRINE.

t i: "rii h. and $pamJi: and Mexi- possesses the neces r.ry light to ili-solvc tlie! with a tingling, crcejitig foiling over the fekin; Hnrrskire of the whole Union may lc new bui1dins fur a boarding hiou.'e on amore Mules Estray.

,L> j .)t)1): Aiu'iican Islands: and Do-j ;compact on its own part, withdraw from the and remounting,.turned our sti'ps to the foids justly proud. If the whig party of the North hit.eil erected extt.a-ive), aii-1 rrt are than new the under f. rmer the 07)0 cliarge ica.tif, have the ri-1vn small sized 3IuIe cnc a brown mare mule,

'" ,I.l ami' Sinics down .South all to be ; I lW'M, and resume the f owers delegated by of the Jordan.-Dublin rnhrrsity llagainc.J'crzlotdrcuirc.i conk! show a few melt ciOJiijles of patriotic Principal. B .ard may also be cbtnined witli evcral J- blind in one eye ; the other a sorrel horce mule.

r .i, pi.* --i.I'I: luf! kv us. Wherefore ?- j j it, whenever the compact fails to answer the devotion to the constitution and of oj'position respectable faml'ies in the place. The price of board A liberal regard will be paid f.-r their delivery ia

t '. ]1i'; !' sn: \ s w e may, and ** C." says we | ,ends for which it was made, or tho Government ho Caj.taia of a to sei-tionuli'in, there would no longer be a vanes frt.ra; $S to $10 per inontk For further particulcr to JAMES T. ARCHER.Tallahassee .
V .
3Iay 24 1&31.Travelling
,o->:rs ;k>m-for could the Unij Ii j created by it its whaler, frays Cheever, gives the fellow! ing account bilk spot on the horizon ; the present would rc pcctin
' !L\t.N' to; | i i'i t tluo\cat of a foreign war, per- j (directvd by a majority over.-teps of tho eprescntalivcs powers, of an adventure which came very near bo all suishe, nut! the fatuie lull of hope.- Catalogue, which may IL obtained STEU'AKT by application PrincinaL to Trunks,

!( ,r iaT.'rvi'i 1'tvc'r, even a neut'-al one, tOj ,of the sovereign partios. being his la.-t. In gni big an account of the Hut, unfortunately, the pr-triotUm of the whig Quincy, Jmo 14,1851. 23 6t T7'ALICE3, an.l CARPET BAGS, a large aasort-

:il1i, jfl oar nhl4-t be a refuse to our j C." admits die right of revolution. This, accident and tingulur escape, he said that as arty of tl,; North ii nothing.but word!*, and I meat on hand, and for sale clirajx

.. fr ..iui'"ec! they might cam" on .under our form of ( includes thelight fcoon as hcdNcoterod that the line had caught its devotion to the Union nothing but mere Groceries.BARREIS W. T. MITCHELL

\( !licliii-ti. isajrnlntt us ; from \vWe. of cession. Government jf of individuals in the bow of the boat, Le stooped to clear it, I lip-servke. For mere political and party services (\ superfine family Flour, May 21,1831. 20 tf
1.' : a mass and to throw it cut fi the"chock .) UT S tierces Sugar cured Ham
'n tjt-V '.t 1'Whase eu )]plios, tc.: ;has the inherent light to throw off the authority attempted cm it i'.evcr ready to forget its patriotism 4 caki S9IlIr Just! Received.BARBELS .

.' tnl 1 t.n n t'." reduces the risrht of se- j of a liov.'rament that constituting so that it might run ficc. In dcir.g this Le I to end-race} the men of tho higher law or any* Co Uirrtls Ohio Flour, a No.
same: mas, superfine, 1 MACKEREL
"n of niri* >Tivtical fi rre, ; was caught! by a turn round left uiUtmd j: otLerdiiiigerou andiuccndi.iry faction whos-e 1 tkreo osi ,
f ",-1:. t t'1.1 drown tlio; hini&clf dragged ovci board. Ho was votes ciui be obtained.Washington Union. 1 barrel fine Ruin, Na2 *
v vid tlie ft tvur-r: party may j j.i lute nothing! of that! light, and the State would
.. '\.i, h is railed, iu Ihe law, cxctisa-1 i ijitkitIt' (exercise this in the mode and perfectly concious while he wa > rushing down, I 00 sachs Salt, 8 + :No. 2 -

l'e"i ondei'i CV argument' light exactly with Uiiicnown force and swiftness ; ai.dit rkppcarcd I.iroT.v TO M.tniEr.c.-We Lave received Riltrr. AVcitcm and Cosnen, ilclasse, JLc, 4 kits New. I anJ 2 For tal*W
| of seccfifcion. Neither 3L
; mannet revolution nor Liquor; of all kindJu -*. y 17. 1ai. 10 S. S.
c.r.icc.vsiin Ihnt tho Constitution to lain that his aim would be torn the nih cia! announcement KNIGHT.
!..jitli': seceion ixccssarily implies bloo-lrlied. A following t received by schooner E. Barnard and for sale
. I jpriA, :: uaajranticJ" the right of secession revolution may be bloodies,-seecst-ion, from ln-> body, so great was the Stance of from Washington: low by A. II. FELKELL. Fresh ArrivaL
pea the water. ]fe was w til aw are of his perilous June 1 1.1C31.. Ilfl E. BiUTOrtl v.hich may ba 6unuued up ceable: war is the probable re ult of the exercise NATIONAL OnsmivAxoav, ) 23! tf from New Orlcoaa,
, swede under foiemn.Mtn.ul condition, and! that his only chance of life June 1 l3l.L3 j 500O ponnrU Si.o! ?.
I Matt> civu a Washington
If ,
t ,s; a of cither ri ht,-but this, is no proof i I ) Fresh Groccrien. CO I barrels
/nrfiry would impeu Iwas to cut the line. Hut Le could not remove : I have she honor to to the extra anl superfine Flour,
( ? .. ginrauty; that dthor does not oxifct iu the Status of this report you DEE schooner R Barninr from New Orleans 5 Mess
his from his sic which it family Ectf. '
,.. u ui-i.utivl that tlie General Goveniuu>ntJec1ai' confederacy. right aim to information mariners, the following, from JL 8470 potmds MildlugsSMOO 10 Fork
and take of iujdiv was pressed by force of the tlemi nt through the abstract k > t for this office bo.-trd 4 "
unulu war poesefefifla I adise""C.." not only to study the fa- log j> on Sugiir-cured Shoulders. ClariG l Su-'ar.

not a very noUe, palrioUc, tnuay-aLi-( thers" ujMin the theory of our (;Government, which! it was drawn. When he first opened the ship "Mary Hale," C. II. Kollins, daring 2100 family Hams, 4 casts Sugar cured ILim ,
his eyes it appeared as if a stream of fire was a within! the Litt ten dajs fioia ttaltiniore 500, 4' Beef, 2 tt smoked Ucef.
LI: sentiment but to in Jeiico until his beard i Kgwjwn. voyjice, ,
tarry 6
25 LarreU Mess P .rk kegs flatter
passing before them but ns he dtsccr.ded it < ,
of Ca ,
TUP fpi-oad sootian argument iela' ." STATE RIG to Cl.ailes.ton : 5
10 Svrup. bags extra Java Coffee,
tn die CoiiSfiitutioa in the abject of a j grew dark, and he left a terrible pressure on "There is a vessel sunk between capes "> Nn. 1 Mackerel, 1O sacks Fran,

i'stiKtueon the parties, and he argues that Crops and Weather. iris brain, and a roarii.g as thunder in his Lookout and Tear, a few Miles! Southwest lot estra aai superfine Flour, 250 ba-riels! CVm.

t ti. Nipretuf Court; by the Constitution ivaerowiiuUJ ViofcswnG (Miss. Ii8 1P. 1. ears. Yet Le was conei.jus of his situation, from the thoal off the former, and! directly in 2 casks Rice, BF.UiV; !; flOW LES, Auctioneer?, Ac.
) May > May 17, 1I.
and! made several ctftirts to reach his knife & bag* Rio Coffee, 10
ti"! interpreter: of the reserved and the track of vessels hound round the Prying

. 1 1t. l.jiteil j pwcrs of the States and General The weather has been extremely dry for that was in his bolt. At last, as he felt! Lis i Pan. Or e of her masts is about ten feet r.- 2 S barrels" \VTJte Bea. For Sale.
several %vetL.Ve have not Lad rain in uk; Hominy,
<,,iummt"t.; Lti'ti hear ilr. Calhoun on a ; strength failing and his brain reeling, the line bore utter, and would require a sharp eye to 1 0 boze? Star CsniHei-, A (k DOZEN Bottles, quarts and pints Tortcr
Warren that has the earth ,
county wt deep for instant slackened Le readied! his knife Liu M2 "
an fathoms"half barreL
\ i- !point : detect it in the night, Had 17 2 Lard, Port Wine
h Lashcls Corn, 12 cages Claret, (St. JuGen.)

i ii rfnce planting. The ground is BO dry ia: its edge was it and by a desperate effort 100 u Bran for Cow v Hay 17, 1I. 13 S. S. KNIGHT.
jinluic-J: aad are expresfely! upon The abstract of the Mary Ilala"vas received birreta
places that ntoi-.t earth! be 4 clarified Susar f..r prcser'rhi.
1 many can scarcely of Lis exhausted Le fitcd him-
i' .ii'J! lv i' _' Cop.iiitutioa: to nil caws in energies tLii! moriiing. Uespectfullv. BERRY it ROU'LES, Anctioncers, ic Clothing1.FINE .
tinned The is of
;L. anJc; t u'/aiug; under tMs <" >n tttution, up by plo\ung. corn JOUTFC 6 -lf. After this he only lemembeml! a feel (Signed) 31. F. MAI-SY, Lt. ti. $. N. June 14, 1851. 23 tf fashionable Black Dres Frock
much guch continued end Sack
i i.\ > of tiio! Tuted States, and the tfeamaJi' very injured by drought, ing of suffocation, a gurgling spasm, and all Hon. \Vm. A. Graham, See. f.f the Navy. : da Blue, Green, and Brown hmtretta;
and if we do not have rain soon it will be entirely until he awoke to An Ordinance in relation ta Horses.QIXTION Frock and Sack Coat
wan over agonized
; or vl ic'.i sliall be tnade, under its an sense ,workmanship! ff which i is war
n. '. i ..: r.i'' i u l.kli 1 have ttih/ authority in ( ruined. Cotton looks Ixtter than corn. of paia in the boat Lctcr from Chili and i'eru..oposasare i J 1. Lf it Ordriiwl by the Cit't rw 1vTdiaha.ce / ranted. Jryt received, and for sale cheap at the New
It i i.* tht.t drought does not That from after the pavagc of this Clothing Store. W.
,. a m-ct so made by time CLilan Government to establish T. MITCHELL
.." th..j! c': '! A s pulittcai tj-'stioiiB, au much when bat it ako Transplanting Cotton. 19 tf
young as corn, requires :i line of steamers between Chime! and ,
.. teuJs here there j f Horses
.ii.; MO c only \> are parj i rr iluloa to -uiTrr them to goat
t., nu"TiM' <' i ll-.f: procces of the (Court. j jSvfrt rain at this time. The grass in many places At the lat tiiCfliig of the Agricultural Society Yclfiaraiso, to touch at five iutermediate'part. Lirge iri the street'* ir sqiiare* of .:iiJ Citv.Sec. Ice Ice Heal cool Ice !

in the country is dyh.g in consequence of the the subject of transplanting cotton carue In the departments of Lanares and 3IauL\ ; 2. lie it fttrthrr Jrdiinrd. That it shall be T OTS
( -. to Marshal: C. J, case of Eibbtos.) of the cool stuff delivered
l! < ni.tnu"n dry weather and hot sun.-Scaltnd.COTTOX up, and an intelligent! and practical planter gold has been found in great quantities. The and k hereby Kiade the duty of tue.Cify Marshal to JLJ House in tVo mornb'g at three cents the lea
: take all Hcrses Mutes fi unil wr pound
stated that Le Lad transplanted the cotton I". S. brig Dolphin arrived nt Valparaiso on ru cr troing at large by tae mal! quantity, nnd two cents antI
\ i h less clear tluin a half by
: itirntnpetcncy within the iriiU of the City, aad to keep them hi hi< the hundred
{.lant with! ::s much success as any other the 23d, having on board 800,000 in specie. weight. All pcr=ons from abroad can
want: of CuiiMitutitirud autv rity. There i flLOO)7S.-'iO were presented cLnre f..r a tinw Iiqt more than tun day*, within which Lave it iu bones
j.lant. \Vc sc-e no good reason why it can The frigcts Itnritan, and floop-of-war! St.Ma- period the owner IT owners can come forward,and by packed cr euuks with aw dOst as re
: !li i iii.ny aid the most dangerous in- yesterday by Mr. K. AV. Lalloch", with luirecL DANILL
. specimens not bo done to fill! out tlar.d. Of the foes tareinafter allowed hare the LADD.
a r.ii'aing ry's were at Valparai-o! 0:1 the oth! the former paying can
..i- (1 ti'! part of Conjrreds, of which, of Cotton blooms from his lantation Newport, May 10, 1S3I. 13 tf
course tho ground must bj wet and the property t-o taken and kept by the restored;
sky sail
north in few .
to a days.OBITUA3ty.
C'' 'I.. e V eJ I all! ilie Court | in Christ Church. the backwardness
i i.y as a judicial ConFideritig clouded.! In in the an 1 if any H'-rse? or ilulci so taken a-c not claimed Look
must at
putting care This !
! J.1..1, :'.,., f.-om its nature, take cogniAah.c \ of the season, the comparatively at the expiration of the time aforesaid, it tliall be the -
be taken the I'flf BUSHELS CORN
:.. .- July 31,1631.i cathy feliow of blooms indicates rather a not to cramp roots. duty! of the JIar-hal to sell them r.t aucti' n; and after iOu.i ,
prt-- hands to the would do it lit Died at the rcsiJcnce of Chare! Pr, 8000 pounJs Sides.
row admirably ; 5i' en payment of all cot* and exp>*ff tunt of the pro-
i i ii a i' :.t'r t<, Oen. Hnini'ton the year maturity of die plant than an abundant ut'ld. 4000 Shoulder,
.'. one go ahead with a hoc, and make a hold the 12J) in tRBt, llrs. XAXCY GODI'REY, ia the ceeil. tho sarjilus thall be paid over to the owner or 1200 "
M.- C.-aho'ja assorts and proves In fact, the excessive dryness of the season, OTI ngar-cuTeiI Ilaau,
nt r.Six.
for the another the
missing j.lant- to drop filth rf Lor
'> t i. ''t a |tn..i-j in can be found in die i; which has stopped the growth of the plant, is ytar c. Z. Lf It furilitr OfJaiittJ That far tho service G tierces Rice,
plants and the third to In this 100 barrels Flour
4 'xrtston R'ittt! iiziii the General CJovern- the cause of the ea-ly dev&.lipmcnt of the plant. way a I herein required to be performed by the Marshal, ,
authorized 20
field would be and there :Jj"'L arc toareuvii.ri; JESSE Pork,
soon over,
gone hsLill be er.Jitleil to cue dollar for I!ore or
1' every
ii t tO 'xcrett control whatever bloom. duirlfston .iiercurj. u
*. over a would be very little difference in the maturity ROHnilTSOX. os a candidate for the uffkv (.f Tax JIulc takEn up, to and one d>!Lir per dar for every day 4 Lard-10 kegs tb.

t' \by foir-' by Vvioe, by judicial proc**??', of the stalks. In a season like the picfcnt, I Ast.rand Collector! for Leon Courity. at the election *uch: II f" in sr.v ot'-t-r fnmmost important ocu's- rosy oe wanted can be bougut at th
CoLr.nnrs, (Ha.) Jcnn 7. when the stand is universay poor, it is woith! ia October nest June 1-1, 181. by the o'wrtr bet Tc delivery.Paed store of S. S.
t f' x diLi.J: : a;> \ not accidental, and, asv in JotmciL, June 10. 1R51.G. KNIGHT.
Dnorcnr.-Oar exchanges East and WeitpeaI the trial. If tobacco can be transplanted V. May 10, 1S31. 13
u IK fch.twi i-i: tii" course of these reraaik6, To its Voters of Leon: IIUTCIIINS Stcrctary.
k \ititationfe by *' n-fredang slioxvers. profitably, surely cotton can We shall not June 14. 1S51. 23 St
"i.'ted: liv the the nrofouadct JOHN
dictates cf FELLOW CrriZES :-I now, for the first time, eafTermy P. K. SAVAGE,
Ions." We of this region are gaping for the want of b' surprised to see cotton plants started in ""

m z't Oi thorn. The t aith is as dry as a powder horn, hat beds, and traiit-plar.trd in the open firlds. name to appear Lffurc you fr on office of prolit. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, gTTDiy AT L

'' 'll-trv-tai point, Mr. Madieon says : and has not been faiily wet for five weeks. What 0.11 immense advantage if it does RUC- Should! I \he ilcctcd, I have no hesitation in aajiiig HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.3Liy .

: may !be instances of usurped poxrwliicii that it shall lc chief ju'n to li3tliarj8 the tlati sof 10, 1S31. IS tf
my Stock 3OOOCO.
(,t. tile I Gardens and grain crops arc sulreiing.'I'irnc.c.LIVIGSTON ceed ; it can be done in less time than it takes Capital __-
!o-nisof the Constitution would
npvfr draw within the control of tho judicial to chop out, and may secure the catty maturity the ofUce to the Ratufactitui <>f the public.J. rpIIE nndirslried. Agent rf the above Comprny, Bacon, c.
of the it and 3L HOBEUTSOX Ji prepared to take rii-ka against Fire on buildings
dpartuent| : and tliat, if the decision of the ( Ma.) June 7. plant: Try planter, we shall!! and their contenls, on the most favorable term.. TUST rc-ceived from New Oilcans per T7. R. Pettc*
judiciary j Lc Lear no more talk of half a ttand of cotton. t-: WE arc authorized to auu>unce HALEY T. J and Tillahass-ee,
rni3d above the authonty of the } TJio crops in this put of die country arc F. IL FLAOG, AgentTa11ahjee.

t parties to the Contitution/the oetisiiiifc -I greatly wunliiig rain The Cotton plant i isI Columbus fliuqrzirer. BLOCKER, Ib-uir, a* a tan'!idate f.-r the o
<,f the other departments, not carried unusually Miiall for this season of the Sheriff of Lton Couaty, at the election in OctLcr 20 barrels u ,
I year, Musical ('atec1tirn.-lt. Wliat is a fclur IAUK. I Kale on Monday, llh July, Ibol. Mf.3
I'? the farms of the Constitution Ijefnro theiarj.inuibe but looked healthy-, and promises pretty ivelJ, Almost any remaik one fcirrcr makes ii'xt. llaySJ.1 1S51. Administrator's Sale. c5 extra and superfine Flour,

J oqoally authoritative and should the wison Le entirely favoj-able to 5 casks jugar-cured hams,
about another.2il. j wi: mire au1t.rized' to anm-unec IX W.r1wYicN "
jiul; ViOi the virttia <'f nn order of the Hononble J. "WaylesIxikcr 5 bagged w
* decUicKis of the department : j it-Id MSaething near a frJr croj Coin Ueufleriitg : What notes require more time than cs a canJUdtc for tic office of Judge of BY I Judge of tin- Middle Circuit of the Stato 5 barrel* family Mess Eoef,

u* ( 4a1 tte ttliiiaat > right of the j tallies to'tmtitauon and the probability is we fchall have others Probate for Leon County, at the clectirn iii October of FInridj. I will expose f..r sale, at public outcry, to 20 kegs Lard,

to judge whether the comP a light crop.-Standard.iMiuJi. Ans. Notes of hand signed by bankrujt next May 17, 1S51. Iho highest bidder, bVf>K the Court house door in the 5 Gcfrhen Batter,

t VMdaagcroasij violitwl, mast extend creditors. town of Quincy, en the firrt Monday iu July, 1851. 2 tierces snyir-cored smoked Beef f

t w-lAom ty U8 legated We arc authorized to announce DANIEL two Lot or parcel of land, lying en .ApalaeUcolaRvt 5 barrels New Orleans Syrup,
aulhoritv as
: 1 >Gr.viLi.E, Juno 9. 3d. What is beating time ? JIcISAEXV, Etr, as a candidate f-r the ofScc ofSLerLTcf in Ga.l-sdeti County, an.! adjacent the United 400 buMitls Corn.
Ti'MOtbT!, >y judiciary as wll We Lave AIIR. Singing so fait that time cannot keciup ; States \Vharf. Said lots orjwml of land ti> be s.ild The above gmnls will be sold on rrosonatla term*
ben rufTering in this section from Lcen County at the election OctoLcrncxtj
otlie kgi4aiivo. Re.3.I.rt with volt. as the property of Duncan Baker, late cf Uadodtn BERRY A RO'.TLES, Auctioneers, tc. '
(Sf 179:4.: a severe drought for four weeks t until!
pa Count v, deceaaca. iliylO, 1S51. 13
4th. What is ret I AVI3 aulhorizoil tr J01IX II.
a j arc > nnotrnce -
/.I: |, cr Sunday last, wicn: we bad a icfrcshingrahi. : S. B. LOVE,
weaisat a loss in underanj All out of the choir to some candidate fir the office of Tax As <
,,, Going get : RHODES, as a e?- On
Sheriff and Adnuniatratcr.Jia Consignment
Mates caa icteb their Vegetation, which bad drooped under .r njficlo ,
g.t sovereignty refiCJ-hments. for and Collector f.-r Leon County, at tie election in t, 1S51. 22 5t
ril'J-'J a parching fun, has in some degree been iquort ncr 'l'ihf aba "
; ; ? iiw hi4a and re- csee.
j important
5th. What is with the understand *
) cr 0t \ivcd aiidlho singing October rteit. April 10, 1351. .I A BOXES "Cabinet
vtr.igtIty i to a General Governxn atmoFjihcre more com ? Notice. IU Ruby"nanpagr ,
mnt I ing 5 Pale Sherry,
I.: Judge 'fuder's 1httktone: corn crop south of this to the Gulf, foot. B. F. ALLEN, Ew., as a randiJate fi.r tlie irgii ia, cun.-Utbg of Men, t; Otard Brandy, 1842, dark, -

i wmcal: butlies, whether great or small, I being more forward than with us, has sufiercd cii,. What is sticcata movement ? r.f Probate of Leon County at the election ia J5 ys, Women, CaHdren, and (JirU ; also, two likelysemsiivfo 6 a .. white,
( vare coartitated; by considerably, btit halo partial fchowcrs a October stTo one of them A. No. 1, fancy girl, about '5 Dcmijulms pale IIenu.'sy" Drands-.
a people formeily the choir in Luff because M
: 'I'endont, and would indicate that the drought is not to be Ans. Leasing a sixteen years uliL He will keep an a.* f.rtmcnt of 6 '* mdon Dr& Brandy, well kno'f

y uoM!. ui! ,, justly under claim no s-.tMection, or I of much longer duration. one is eliosntislied with the leader's acquire the Citizens of Leon County. said Negroes at Thomasville, and he will sell them as Dicky Jones," a perfect Cordial,
from reasonable terms. 10 boxes London
independence ments.7th.. on Brown Stout
Lily Civil nowor %wer I Cotton g( ncrally, though f mall for the pea- ci- I rr'jxKtfulJy announce nmclf a rsntfidate fr E. G. PONDER, 10 Scotch Ale. ,

'\ ba Mi,0flvii I, Hlpremaryja fonneily UicniBclvrt wbjcct son, loois tolerably welL A friend ii: Sum- ; What is a figured bass ? the office of Ju'Jgo cf Troki u tVr the County of Leon Bv Ids Agent, JAMF.S Pospca.Jtme The above Liquor are such as csh be reeotnmended

Ans. The scribbling usually found on the in October next T 1851. 2i" 4t K-utintl 4t.Reccivd. to the tmbc.! The
eloctiiai ,
the [ L'et
! :5e n tIt! of equal rights nnL l liberty ter, iTEiiling on Hint river, who planted cttly, blank book ever offered in this market
' all had blooms 1at week. pages ofih.ging: ; supposst-d to March 13, 1851 JESSE ATKIXSOX.I. BERRY & ROWLE$. Auctioneers, Ac.
* iiT ? other 0 f thtes' bcther greit be executed dining sennon time; May 10, 1851. 13

tif "ls independency 8th. What it a Etull i iAn ::..';'" ".'- r 0. 0. F. A Kvsatsr Mec-tin- 8 CASKS SIDES,
bodiS rid their! Lcins Distinct political Tlw Clinton Whig (La.) of the -llh intt. ?. A professor of music, who pretends 5 of Lvon L. Igo, No. 5,1. O. O. R. will be 2 Shoulders Burr Mill Rock.

front each other, i is not obstructed by says : to know everything about the science, while heLl at their Lodge Uoorn on Tuesday 20 tierces M (Sugar Cured,) A FEW Pieces i-cat French Bnrr Mill Rock, IS br
2l incbe
.ay lianC 4 K" O. ize. f..r sale at cost and
( or confederacies whatever about Ir Wm. Atkinson of this has cvcnin: 21th iifitant. M nibt-rs ire recjurtcd to IMSin hogt-heada Sugar, charges by
leFCiing pati&h, cent Lc cannot conceal his own ignorance1.Mocn atteii'lftiice f jointly any parts of the the first cotton bloom have jmrpose
supreme us we as yet seen. 20 barrels extra Hour,
Powers jiction if the busine lieftire
and the tran the
ie2gup web as those of peace and war, Sn It was gathered full 'bloom 0:1: the SOtli of FtrKEYisv.-The proceeds of Jenny duis Lx! JOHN ilcDOUGA LL, Sr.rcfarU. f.O: Superfine Flour, Flour, Corn, Bacon, &c.
oflcntive and dcfcnnve. Two States, May. It strikes us that this is some days Land's conceit at Natchez were &5.GCO. J&utelll85I. 23 2t [SentintLJ 20 kegs I ird-I barrel do. For sale by npHE cnJcrsigned IMS just receive direct from JTiL '
wch She $1,000 to charitable purjwses." June 7, 18I. 22 S. S. KNIGHT.A Orleans an increased c-f the
yUtftandin treaties, are separate earlier than blooms unusually appear. It gave r------------ supply fullovsin ar ,
Etit. ad independent. must not, however, bo inferred that the crop Tho above paragraph has "gone therounds" J, R, LLOYD'S DAGUERREAN ROOMS CARD. tides CO bbk: extra Flour, 40 elo. Me .
i in this ** Fork
Cde fdt'11'8' Ult a Sl3te haS the jipllt to ii unusually forward from the early! appearance pretty extensively co'tntry.If LIKENESSES Liken by.1 Sky-light connected with Rock Spring Water Cure Establishment, 150 sacks Corn 12 ca. k8 Sides,

&''m the "5on-a hold position, of this bloom. Our impres&ion is that the statement were true the notice would Pictures: put up in the latest MARIETTA, COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA.C. 4 bats Rio CoCl-c, 1 caek Porter.
h 6eenBlotako be well deserved. Hut body about here stle of the art UOOP.JS ovtr Barnard's Drug Store. 1 lwrrc-1 Lard
cppor'a1 care never the reverse i is true, and, judging fiom the general every 1 do. Lard Oil,
'ee. isnEta5a by a single feasible argument appearance of die cotton fields, we should knows that Mdlle. Jenny and Mr. Rirntun "P. S. likenesses of children taltn iu one second cf COX. 20 kegs 4 ca-ks Shoulder
of dtc themselves time. 1 hogalicaJ Sugar, 4 barrels clarified diX
the to
hi chborate article.>h kept proceeds conceit ,
say the blooming %\ ill not bo general before Juxio 1. I3I.I 23 Da. Cox's IlTP&orATTirc EsT.!.ntr vrvr.-Tlii cs- 1 Uix Beef Tongues 1 tierco Rice.
lt Mr. Calhoun instruct him: the so far as their agreement was concerned, and tabli-hmeiit. fi-r the cure of diseases cold water
15lh or 120th of the present month. by C i l>MNa 1 Mackerel 2 do. No.2 MackcnJ
"i ?Ofl the begjnnj2J anti in all changes of they did not even give or spend a cent iu this I Madison Male Academy. 1'icated at Rock Spring, in the environ of Marietta, 2 tloztn jars Brandy IVftclies .

? lieal C1stence through \\hiehvc) have city.-Xalchcz Free Trader. rr IIIS School will commence its wcond session,(unJL has been erected during the current year. The location. 2 barrels 3Innonjahela AVliijJccy.PI1J .

Ised.the pcojlc ol the Ullitctl States have The Albany Patriot of lie ISlli int"The sny : lOt tha directk (>f 3Ir. F. 1*. Vir.i.ri'i.wr,) en near the base of the Kennesaw mountain, is one FRUIT, Pickeh, Soap,Starch.anJ erery 0 -.

ttQt1 tujCmlcd!,! a forming political communities, weather for the past week has been 'Tis Grease! but Living Grease More!" cumber MONDAY llth., July 14tl, and terminate on Friday, De- of the bo most found.romantic The buildings and KihilrfntM anti baths that are can all new anywhere usually sale on tf found rms as in favorable a Grocery a*Store,other which I o & r for

not as indiridaals. Even in the first pleasant, with partial thowcrs of rain. Some -Tho Buffalo Courier gives an amusing account RATES OF TUITION. null constructed expressly for the purposes of the in city. Call nail sec fur yourselves.any house in tho.

ticf-Ofexistenep they Brined distinct planters have had good sensors, whilst other of a gentleman who mounted a barrel I stitution. Ir.'Cox, the proprietor, is a nnlar( graduate May 10, 1831. 18 A. II. FELT
_, ; For SpfHIng, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and 6mpraphy in medical science with fifteen -TT.
ifldependt an. some years'
of eacl other and political- are fedfc'ringvlth drought. Early corn wo of lard! to hear see, on the arrival of the --------- *
Ion CO
r ec tf'S
cannot bo adventurer
J IW' ,
regarded or -
tllit practice a a tyro
1eir <,4 thron1a- the ritisi: Crown. In believe is the only crop which i is yet seriously Mayflower, with the President and suite, on I The above with EnjrlLih (firammnr, Comp ition. i- in the art of healing. If there Ixs value in cold wa- pOOPERS & WHEEL

lint imperfect Union, for the purpose of injured. The health of the country is Friday. Just as ho was listening with great HUtory,and! Exercises in Elocution, j>crKjMon tc-r aa a remedial agent, and it is foo lat A mot excellent WRIGHTS! for T

tebuug the encroachments of the mothery good." unction to the speeches, the barrel head] gave 12 COTlio the people cf the South can now*test their virtues, men cf above trader opcnrnij if a stous fe
Cotatry, th Utlitod a$ duuct political comi way and ho slid easily and noiselessly up to .latin and Crock Languages and Mathematics without the necessity of resorting to similar institutions and -wilhn;to work for reaseiiaU' Y' Jnuustn_
Botwion 20 00
'flUttTtti toaditlu i; aud f pa86ins frorn their colonial The Cholera k on the increase in the I his "third button" in the 'great staple of Ohio1 The price, per of tuition, to bo paid in advance. Federal ill Union tho Northern, JLvyxst, 1850.States.-JIUltdyevillc( .) of be comi worfe.i than to unless for others to f

; in tiac act anuouncin thfr indc- West and ia verv fatal. exclaiming: L-a r-d have mercy on us !F' Madison, June 21,1851. 83 4t May 31, 1851, *l ii* May 10,1351, 4$ i WO1U*

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Amendments to the PROSPECTUS Towle & Myers, Florida, Atlantic, Central Railroad I -tgat bvcrjjStrntflt9 p. p ;:
Local Dentist
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.Jdopt I or THE H AVEon band,and are now receiving new and I Ta1labaee, fltj

SOIL OF THE SOUTH. general assortment of GOODS, consisting ol State of Florida. t RoOMs i the n buil&

e>t ly the t\ftb Genera AwmVy, an>1 pubMcil lIE iler37neda,a Committee of Publication, on Gold Gold Anchor Lever Hunting Lever Watches, "XJOTICEL hereby given that, on the 2d Monday LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. he wiit
do e f"tinul. .
.Irttclc Xllr Stction 2 J. the of the Mucogee and Rmsell Agricultural imie.ngiged.
inpunuante of part -
Silver Lever Hunting doe next, in'conformity-with the provWome William W. Checver, c SeptemKr
the Cou (ilutu>n. Siciety, respectfully invite public attention t a 7. ISCSO
of Silver Anchor Lever do >f the Charter, Books of Sub-cription will be opened vs. -
the following Prospectus of a Monthly b Lapine and common do at the store of Mr. Thomas IlaywanL in the City of f Ellen A. RrockenbrossK widow and administratrix FIIc.I

AN ACT p amend the Eleventh CLauSe of the Fifth published in this city, under the auspices of the above Gentleman's and LadleBo om general Tallahassee, under the elirection cf the undersigned of William II. Brockenbrough, deceased, Lucy .
Pins.a astorlment BA RRETS tcst
Article of the Con*;tituti ot this Slate and al named Association.The Ceimnus.sionea for Stock in and Tho 6 0 f.iiy fltnT
n ; tool work will he de-voted Io the infm.ts of of Ear and Finger Ring, Gold Guard and I the Florida, Atlnntii Erockenbu.ush, Arthur S. Brockenbrough 8 ca.sks Rice, ,
to amend An Act amen-litory of the Tell LI;h: Horticulture Domestic and Rural Econ Agricutuii Kea. Fob and Vest Chains &>aU, Gold and Silvei F Gulf Central Rail '; >a L and remain open for thirty W. Brockenbrouzh, Georze L- Brockenbrough barrel I'otatc.p.i
Clause of the Fifth Article of the Con litiitiou I: PencilsGe Pens.Gotdand Silver Gold I days onlv, when they will bo George S. Hawkins and Alary R. Hawkins, his ,
; Under these several heads, will be included i Spectacles, 5 firkuii U-.t
State and bv the omy. and John W.Erockenbrowgb Gohen Butter
thi Third and Fourth
: adopted Sleeve, Collar and li.v om Buttons, Silver Pearl, and I RICHARD K. CALK wife, Thomas W. Brocfctnbrough
all that ihe culture of
General Af-ero'jii o as to gi\c the Election ofJiidz concerns Crops, the improvement Shell Card Case. Gold and Silver Thimbles, fins RICHARD hAYWARD, infant children of John W. Brock- Landing Brig Uranw. nml fr sate ly
of the Soil the of the
.-; to the People management Farm, Ihe Fan, Siher and nufTilo Corrbs. J. O. ANDERSON. enbrough, deceased, Lucy B. Maxwell Flizaheth MeSAUGIIT & OR
Garden, the Oichard, the Flower Yard, and Ih ehlnusekecpr's : Netrpfrt, Mardi 22, I.31.CCBYRD& .
1. lieu emitted Ay the Senate and V. Maxwell Simeon Maxwell Cham-
SECTION In their Also, French Minlle Clocks, Table Knives, Te t WILLIAM BAILEY, Margaret
Ilrpreientilter of the Stale of Florila Department. connexion t ROBERT LYON. plin Sims, widow and.administratrix of William
with Trays, Pialed and Silver Ware, Siher Table and TeaSpoon Ca LaVei
the Soil ,
interests ol the the
other ini1ntria now
in General.Iwmhly roneentd. That the Eleventh I' *, Plated Spoons, Fork, Cr-am and Soup La May 17, 1851. 19 W. Sims,deceased, Martha Mason Sims, and Far- rr.
Pursuits of the land, will receive their
Clauseof the Filth Aiticleof the Con IHuioi appropriate i ish Carter.
dies, Plated Waiters, do. Tea Sol*, Castor', Candle arvl
of this Stale, and *lo an Act entitled! An Act I to t attention sticks, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandole South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. appearing fo the satisfaction of this Court. by Crockery, Gp-s Stone ware.
IT IfardwarJ
The Soil of the South" will be under the edite and Cutler,'.
amend the Twelfth Ciaar .! the Filth: Article '. made that
< ol Alofine double ban riled Gnus in this ca-ise, defendants, Arthur
: iiI supervision of Charles A. Peabody, and and Garr.eHag' fBUSHELS just received from Charleston, Nail*. Castlnge*, Ac
Confitution of this State that the
the so JuJgei ofI and FIask4.tine edO S Brockenbrousih,Thomas W. Erockeabrough,
Knive \J
he Circuit Coui shall ttt i l their offices fr the Cut James M. Chamber !br. Pcabody has been fur pocket Porte Monnie, via New York per cchr. Mary Howard, put Thomas W. Brockenbrough and John W. Brocken April 1!, l85t. U
Port Folios Violins
wo sears connected with the Agricultural Pressand and Flutes, fine Razors up in tierces of ten bushel* each and for Nile by
term of ei ht *, instead of behavior 1 infant children John W.
; year daring good Strop. &c.quality rough, of Brockenbrough,
," be, and the sirneaie hereby, 3 amended asto s equally distinguished as a Practical ard Scientific EiM and deceased, and Farish Carter, reside out of the State ( liarejustrece.
a.ortmet of
Faimer and Gardner. Col Chambers is general Perfumery, May 17, 1851. 19 mtnt of dress goods. such
of Ihe
one as
read as lollops, iiz : That on the first Monday &.C., fee. TOWLE & MYERS of Florida! ,beyond jurisdiction of this Court, but
ncceful Plain nnd Emlniiered!
iuO.t' bpr, la the year osc thou'in 1 eight; hundirdanj most infellisent and Planters in the South. SeplemcerSS, 1550. .13 To Bounty Land and other Claimants, in the United Slates ; and that defendants, LucyErocker.brough Orenadinfs and
They will be assisted by an able of Contributorsi Berage., TL8UPi.! lAtm and Berate
and the first corps Delareji.
fiflliree, on Monday October George S. Hawkins and Alary R.Hawkin .
OOLDIERS. Volunteer Drafted Men and the wul3
the Farmers and Muslin and Lace
si iv thereafter there shall elected I among practical Planters of the wife Capes arid Under-slt-etes.
ererv stars by Just Received I his Marcaret Champlin Sims,widow
Land. OT and! children, fathers, mothers, brother, nn'lstteri i I K da Cull and
the qualilie1 electors of each of the respective Judiciti and administratrix of William W. Sims deceased, .
1 DOZEN FLORENCE BONNETS of those ho perveJ in the of the Uni ,
Each number will contain sixteen \ Army 1tLS'A fine
of a.usertment of
Circuits of this Slate one JnJje ot the Circuit I papp* quarto l and Martha Mason Sims, reside beyond Ihe jurisdiction Ladies cal Cfu!V -
C*:art, whs hall reside in >he Circuit for which I hemiy size printed with nv tppe! on superior while paper, China Pearl do. ted S atcs.By l of this Courtbut in the Western Circuit ol the Shoe.-. Para.-oL and Ladies Silk rmlrolla*, '
baelec'el, and contin'4in office (or the tern and furnished to eu!>*cribeis at the rate of One Dol] | Lace Tuscan do. a late act of Congress the officer* and priyate<, Stale of Florida : (;e-uts Biiot.* anti Shoe of a variety ci St*,
tar annum which must be in 1 Albion do. or th-ir ln-ir, of the war of 1812 Indian war. Florida
per paid idvance. April 12.251. 14
0 c>f is years from and aliri the f1rt day of JanuaiyUfcxt While It Is therefore Ordered, That said de-fendar.N ie -
1 do.
Post Masters Chip and Mexican ami all who have been l
05- are au'horized to war e<
lu election unless removeduaJer act as Agents ensn
sarceed in s sooner sMuig in the Western' Circuit of theSlate of Florida,
the provisions rnida in this Constitution for and they may retail, in their hands twenty-five per: 1 French do. in tie M-rvicc of the United State, arc entitled toIjouity and answer the Bill of Complaint filed in PREMIUM COTTONET. GINS.
White Pamelia do. appear
rent cf all collected 1 land r.ccordinjj to the term of scrrico.
the removal of JuJ e* by aiJies* or impeachment I : subscriptions by then, or if t his cause within (we months, and the defendant'c5din I & < ().. Pn>nritoi
Lace and di. 0ftir
\aJ for wiltul nesiei-t nIdit'.or| oth.r reasonable the> piefor it, a copy of the Work will be sent I Io 4 Chip All! who iwrsed in the war of 1P2. or anv In-lian 1 [ I : i byor.d 'the limit of the State of Florida I Cotton Gin Mannfactr have
French Lace
one twelve months 1 do. war Miioe lt)'\ nine m..nth-j, 'n'i ; -l! to j .
cause which bhall not be witncient ground for impcachtaent any gratuitously, \ho will remit ais : ICO acre within: tniir months from the date of the publication II i lactif.n tn announce to their patton ar.d t
1 do.
four with four d liars. Crape ofLnl1 nun'h*. 8'0arre 1 ...nth10
names Iftley
the Governor s'i.ill ancf them : m ncre '
remote 1 ] 1iSeQ Flat. ol, this Order or the said Bill will be taken for con- t ers penpraHy, thronahout the Cellon grrtfW.. [
addres of tvvo-tliiid. the Gener/l ; All Commtmic.itir.ns ciusf be addressed t have did K-avin a wi.hw, or child under ,
Iht of A po afe
O3 setnWy f e'sed zugainst them. g inn. flat th' t aie prepared ''>rpb)
paid, to Willijm H. Chambets Publisher G Mens and fl' China Pearl Hat?, :) entitled"] Tho--c who .n'.ite.l l art1 tntUr
of tty arc
: Profited, hotescfr. That thc cau taiH be stated at lenz'b in sach aJdre* and ci.ter- Soil of the Sv>ulh," Cobirribin, Ga. 2<1 J fine; Panama Palm Leaf do d.j t tVC nwnths) rr during the war with Mexico, are tcktit.I .; Order be made in some newspaper published ia these Gin have been once nsr d,

c4oa tl JouraaU o' each : .f/iJ proeiJedfurtfitr, VAN LEONAKD.) Committee t<> ICO acrit<{ lr.n'1 : six ir.ontlis, 40 acre; Tallahassee once a w eek for the space of four months be derinrd unnpeesary for the MaavfMil ttWQId

Tint the rau-1, or can* For l.v C. C. RYRD
Judre a..i intendt-d :to S he rrm.jved ; and lie -.lull be J. F.. hURT 3 Publication. sve X. CO. If they bo tk 'il, the wid .w ami thildnn. if any, are 20ih March, IS3I. lave bcu brrn ht to nch

3ilrai1U-d to a Keanns in hisovrn di'li-nrf, bcl.-ie any i CVInmbus, Ga April 2-'., 1S&1. 1C 3m April 12, Is..t. 14 iiititk-il ; if ni> wi'liAV < r clnldrtti, the fahi-r. if neitlnr. A true c"!'y-Attest, their n( erior pcrlormarce will rIcomn'4 pfnfecioftlhit mh

vote for *Jcb removal shall pas;; and in such case.-, Bonnets &c. the rnoitu-r. and if all \\m dt-ad, the brf.thirs amii I OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. in prefcrtice tall otter Gin.* w in r'e. ,

The vote hU be taken !by yeas and im*. and entered NEW CHEAP CASHCLOTHNS! STORE received >i'tera are tn'.itK-iI.! Ihifricn..'* r.f all wi ho have iluiat I By HCCH ARCHE.R, Jr., D. C. satisfaction cl tho-e who have riot uiud ije w Cit,
assortment of La-lies
a peiural rnd I ,
: OB the JnurnaU ol rirh House, rs:>ectiiely. .TUST any time in rvire are tnihlul to the MMT"S pay.Tlio March 22, l .f l. 11 4m and are unacquainted vithlheirr..pnatiar4thp.0pnittnrs
SEC. 2. Ktit funks enacttd, 7 i at sasd electionFJtll 'T'HE 'ubsoril; >or ha opened a general CLOTHING1 -(- Spring] a" 1 Stimn'r 1411TI.I! )$. Straw nndvilk 1 Kiiilt-rrijrnoil i< in }piee-i.n of all the necessary need only say, that the FIRST

fa'*co:iduo( *d, ani i the return= 1heiei'l made, in nnd FURNISHING] ESTABLISHMENT one L Jenny Flats, Ge-n:>. ioy! : a.l lilint! China papers ami information rcqiu-ite t
ibc tuai'.r n< *: pri'scr'be-l, or which taay hon-allcr j '}'*'r S( 'ith of Mesr-. Ix'wi* & Ain**, v here he i* now IVarl, Lwfhnin. Panama Mid I Palm L --.f I Hat-, Fruirh land warrant Tl.c land nnil j ay due u'ulii4rs or hihite-d at Ihe great State Fair held at A IantaC .
lie ni ed law tar ll. clerti'in of member "p--nin n well M-lerted of ; Spri: and Wresith- (white and colored.! ) 4 arid C-.I their frifiij* will be Cirrvit of Florid.i-In Chanctry. r.ifia
| re*: > by e to ncirtr.wnt sTnu-nnr) and procured j mptly by writing tome. ; nNo, af the Alabama and Georgia .\sricoltmai
titres Hs ; mid it shall be tlicduty of ihe GurernorlotiMae fa'Il1c'iIIL1e, ; READY-MADE) CLOTHING mited I to white and cpli.reil Floor Matting. Fan PariiM*!*, Pa- Ttnn* AMrttt!! mi],t he post r"1re SPRING TERM, A. D., 1931. and's Fair, held at Columbus; 'ar Iattr
< ,
rntU"! mid Sun Shnd
a CflWi.hiofl, u.idcr $IIP! seal ot the Slate, en..i-tiIlr in J1r1 f COAl'S. vss an.j -s, Bonnet Sasli, Nee-fc and I -" l'.r..ioui chiinH pr tmptly nttoii.U'd! to. Archibald Nicholson, Complainant, annual Fair rf the S"ulh Carolina Ir.stiir.i, ,
Ribbons black! whites and ceilwd j
lathe peisonreceitinpihc hinhent r.uuibei ofotcs I P.NTALOON. of vari.Il4 tv1e and quatities-: Cap Satin liiMwns.i.I'nr WILLIAM H. HAMILTON', ts. Charleston. The Ccttnn ctuced 0' thne Cir .

In the Judicial Ii*ttict \\hichthec-lection is i white and fancy e''rtI IIIhTS, all qnaliti.s ; Sill: *ale lfc' HEIR T
hast rei ino. ttlFl Cotton I'ndvr-rfiirts Drawer*; Gloves: April IV, 15 Malcolm Nicholson,d rease'd, Wiley Elrwilt I Clwrleif 'n.South Caiolina.ard a< every Fair hrr

SEC. 3. Jit it fnrtltci nactcd, Thathcncver Hosiery, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Stock. Summer Superior Liquors. A Great National Picture Administrator onlheesfafeof Ar. ella I"ew-] arne! of Cotton from them have been t xhlbittd;

the General Assembly 1iail( create separate StijTraa1 Tie, Sa-jH-nderr) Money Belts] Shoulder Braces: )pe-rit.r. HOLLAND UN itf'deceased, Piiurell Hin on and Mary his wife, The Proprietor have in their PCC55OfltCRtr.

Court, or Chancery t ourt, undrr the provisjoas l'urs-e-5. Pocket B. .k Comln, Ac. ; TRAVELLING IPIPn Pinct. Ca tilli WASHINGTON I ITVoin el a!., Df-fendants. on* certificates from Flanttr C< ttr.n Brokers,Ccr-

ot this Comlituiion. the JiKi eu ll.cror.f hail TRUNKS. CARPET JUGS, and VALICES Madeira Wine<>u Brandy, flutrf! Jot Cdrlratfd Fainting. O N atTnhvit, it appearins to the satr f crirn of j I rni-j-ion Merchants, and Mannfactnrer cf Cotjr
lie elected in the manner 11rvidd in the first sectionoj'thi UMBRLLLAS with 4 extra quality, the Conrt that James Nicholson William F.Averiit.and G'.Js that the
: together a large a oi1mont t. i Port Wiiic, ATM I IS large and Maciiificf-nt Fell Jsnyfb Portrait tcstifyirE; of th* Gin!.
art, snd shall hold their <<{fircs for thepaine of Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c., all of 1 bbl.pure Iri-h W.i! -kcy, n article.In -L of WA IIIXCTOV, from the burin of an Ameri-vn Wiley Biswitf, three of the Defendants and the sample.! produceJ by them, cannot btei
1 era. and besubjpct t to alllhe proxi ions of t-aiJ fi 1,1 l \\hidi] will IxJ Kild eheIJ]) for cnli.AV.. very superior arti-t is 'ii-iik-rt-'l by all who liavc in i said Bill reside out of the State ol Floiida aud: celled by any Gin ever manufactured.
tort and fur eale h w byGT.O. t M-en it to be ,
ection : Protidtd Jtmmvtr, Teat the JuJfr! ot tluSaprerae T. MITCHELL. the i.fli I within ihe lirts: of the Slate of Georgia : All ordt-r for Gins piven either to nan fratellir
of uii.t Irtwtutifnl *
Court i-hal! be lecled liy ticket TallaiaHo il. BEST WICK.;: "jH-cinu-iH of art ever publi-t fj]I, // Ordered That the siid James forwarded
; May C, 1R51. 17 tfA and likuI4s \ Nicholson or local Aernta, cr to the Proprietor:
a corrt cr < tn.. 71
) ; f-ize
C of the
Fdnmry15.151. a;
and Ilie Jui rs of the Chancery four! shall he elec"ted William .
Avcritt.and receive
---- iiclitc'.ij eilt iiifhe Wiley Blewittappear and I mail. tvihl always prompt affpntion. tir.j
by ceneml ticket, or by District?, as the Legu- Printing Types Notice.ALL plate rnakv a lir.ntlme by pit-tnre twenty for the aid, xtbiclitii.oulJ aivver said l Bill of Complaint according lo law, will bevnt to any part of the j, and war.
jiarK.r, be
Itture direct.Sec. E
iiay otherwise} the shall be taken ranted satisfaciifn.JOS .
same eonfeno to
pro a SIt give
RE fold at BniTi.'s in the hands if
now Niw Yon TIlE For American citizen !
4. Re tl further enaettd. That should a pcrs'n", crcdit< r and legatees, cnlilled to every sht-m : L. DUTTON, .
vtrancy ocjcr in i cither the Supreme, Chanrety, or DRV, at the lrvuig] yi ry low piico*, fur apr] ..1iiiuntIi' '?riiiui ion or otherwise interrMed I i in the- t *,. It i- a Correct conj:- fn/m StuartV cel bratfl oryL'ialFainting Pruvldtd, That a copy of this Order he pu'jlishee! !> Ga., February S, 1551. 5 Apct.Colum ly

Circuit Court, by death, rf'ign3ti4n, le-woval, or ved six uute-s: tale ot Thorna*. J. Townsenel, Life of Jefierson County now at this S'ate 1h.iti-c, Hartford, Conn. once a week fur the space of four months in IheFloriiiia
.thet wi it shall be the lioinan. Titlr, <{<:, .V/ >p, duty ol the Gmernor tojefje Florida, deceased, are l.erebv notified Jo exhibit :, *\. Journal, a newspaper putltslied in Ihe Notice.
a writ of election lii tilt uch vacancy, and i.e Pica.. .per H. .lOcts.. 52 cts.. 00 cU ( heir claims and demai.ds within two scars from this I. par-cr. Thnt it may U the man* tf all] L1uluhihtr city ot Tallahassee within this Ciremf.J. .

shall civeat leas-t itv i1iti' noiice thereof by procJatnation Small Pica. S2 . 56 . ,< date to I the nnIei iigue'dc.r t the same will be> irrr-d : Las reduced tho prico to One Dollar! WAYLES BAKER, Judge. T lIE undersizned ha in;ma e same new amr.

and the Jin1' so elected to till Mich vacancy Lon . 100 arid all persof ind'-htid to said deceased, aie requested ; fjj" All JUT MH remitting the amount may rd lytp JOHN! ERSKINE, merit in his bn ines-, requests all pE1"nsua.
Bourgeois . JJ7 . CC..108 < ii receiving a HIfeet return of mail debt d Io call and >ettlnp In f.tture Le w11 kep
shall continue in oflice from I the time i he <;'ialiu to make immediate payment io onthoii- [ copy by to Solicitor ani ol Counsel for Complainant.A .

i e( under his commission, winch sliall b.' i s.ied; Bie-vu-r. .. 42 . 74 . 120 zed airenl and attoinej WILL'iAM 3 HFDIJ rny, at M I' nticcllo I anT part of the United States, (carefully put uj onroiltr true cop from the record :-Alfosf; nr. bookbn rHl 4isreds exclnnivery fcr twh w

fmmeJiately alter the Cial canvass of the lotes l Minion,.. . 48 . PI . 132 who is lulls authorized hj me to settle the inaiK for the pnqio e'. free of ]IMtlze.) R. C. LESTER, Clerk. pre.dice, and bv o doing he will be ship to sellal!

winch his return is determined( : Pr&ri'ltd, lioirt r(yr N4)l)3IIk1..1(0 . .150Ajpite said eslate. AetJiVd all order ((ji.i-t paid) to the puIhihcr! March <*, 153,1. 0 4m the lowest living price, which he prr miv? to in.

*f1ia! huu'd' it bvcutn necessary to nil any Mich *a- ,. .. 72 120 . .IK) MALSY .* I'OXVNSEND, A.lm'x. JOHN S. TAYLOR, and reqiie Mr-is old co-terriers and others wisiirn

jcancy bef.ire an election can n 'u-d! undei tlie pioviiionscf IVaiL.. .. 108 ICO . .220 JefThrrunCiintyIIi I I JO, l"51. n 1 Sin IkKik-dler and ruV-L-her. State of Florida. buy low, to give him a call. lielu pn bandaged

I IbtiiCoiie'itu'ii'Mi i the G .\<>rnor shall have 1)a1ilOflul.160 .20 . .Si-o lit:! X.L-au.-t.. New Vjik.MaySl a-sitrnent of Shre. Hit. Cap F.hnkttstCcfwi? :
the jiower to fill such apioiulmpnl| a tt J A liberal di-eount fur cah in hand at the date e.f[ Bounty Lands and Pensions.ri 1S51. ill Ct MIDDLE CIKCUIT-LF.ON COUNTY.IN and Wocllcc Coeds, &c., &.C.. for Saroily acd plar.ti-.

the p.rnl. o appointed' hoM Isis ll-ce In,in I theilnte | j the* Invoice CHANCERY.ArchilnM LIon v-t-
ol his con.inis-i'in until Lis ucc<- sur bhall be, I The-ie sre HOT on the tl.clve.s, ready fur Kile in various I I E undesigned arid,hav in;:nude arrange ment.- itha ] Summer Clothing. Bole and Ann fiuie.the wife of said Archibald Jan'iarv-I. S'lT'2 AMOS RIChIAlUON.
competent experienced in theCiu
now Iheapproved I
!i. if itfttrthir tnarleil. That the second 7t."
section cfnaid act In anrciid the lu< ifih rjan>e i] (In0 i"/i, 00( It* Fancy type. ; of Cljiiiin leijM-ile b ol for !i- \cry % 31 if-ti rfinlile, which will i be sold online i children of said Archibald and Ann Euie, OlX month* after d.-.te. I l.all 2pry! to the ITffl-

uitLind \ most rea>>oii3f>'ie lenns, at the well known store onMor.ioc r*. Li crable Judz' of Prchate !<.r the Cuur.fy nllwn

and fourth General Atigetfihlk-i. as aforesaid, be and ) 1 M, (n-niian. ujion I the ITnitfd] Stalos Govtrnment.OffirTS is es. Scnires j St. formerly ocropitd hy Clark 5c Stillman. Council P.. Allen and tin wife Susannah Allen, and for letters cf final dimissiun as Admim.-'ratorr.fife

the same is lieretiy a'.mlihhot! : but it i* hereby piovidtd 5,000 Hi Ornaments and #"ldiis of the war ol tSI2 of Also a fine lot of[ ClotIH, Fancy at-d Ulack Ioekinj, their children. Fineita Sheffield and her hiisbar.dBr I estate.of James BiaekluJge, late cf said Onntjde-

: that the General Afsemlily hhall, by the concurret 1 5,1)00 ft. Tyjx-metal Rule.15JOO of I tin1 I Indian war* since I I7'JO, are enl it Id, or fo bounty atu .htnirttle -. CoM.! and \Vhite Drilling, Drap'Kte, >an ShelSdti, William H. Allen. Joseph AM.Jefii ).-,, c._... .
: %'.iti ol' thi> two Houses hocof, M il* next ft. Bra.* Rule.Gadsden Land* urdtr thc lite Act of U'iiite and Fancy JlarsAilleSatins and Fancy Silk t on F. Alien, Laura C. Allen, Susannah All EDWARD LLACKLIECE, Adm'r.
Congress. For
regular ,fi? Mon, elect (jorno |K-IMII (I" fiil ll.e vacancy Presses CLa .ou, CJIH-S, Wood Typo Ink tlex, In r- J s ieudrcd, a moderate emrieI.uatiouI will servjc be- \!(._lin2S, which lie is prepared Io inanuf-icture in l Ion, Jibni C Allen, and Tliirza Ann Allen, and January 23,1S.>1. 3 'a

whicil will occur by eviration of 1 the trim of oi: ce iii-hcnl ct the lo'\et Juanufactiircrs' prices, either for 1 chained, upondei\LH! of the warrant or the amount such a manner as to | Ica-e the rncsl fastidious.AL Daniel McRaeny.IT .
nfltiat JM'lge who niy ir w the two yrjr tcrrri, under casli er ere lit colk-ctc'd. I) P. O- appeari-iK to the sati-fnction of the Court, byafiidjvil Notice.SIX .

the provision* of said t-i-cond sr-ciioii, which is A Lire iiamlier if new Pots Lave Loon nddtnl to: t;. %v'. hIGt.llUrClIIN5. \full! rttJ-jfument of Shii's, Drawer". Kid and. TlircndGliics made in this ra-e. that Finetta ShemVld morths after date, the vndrisned will pre

Iier in aic dwlared to IJP aboii.he! Foundary duriti,? lhi j ia.t -ar. 1110117 vhhi i is n March 20, IS-'l. ]-2 If Collsrn, Kail-Iloso, Col'd. r Iulm and bilk and her hu-t>and Bryan Sheffield, tl) not reside in j his account and vrcchers Io the lororib'eJrJireof /

FIFTH GrvEHAi. AhsniuatY.-Has** the Senateby complete Mjrtuient e>f Germans, both plain and oi r- --- --- ----- _ -_ _ -- Cravjt Helkfs Boots, &,c. this Slate, but in the Slate: cf Georgia, s-o lint JTOces I Probate e.f Leon County,34 AdmiDraUr/
*he Con-.Ultitinial HMJmiJy, lecctibt-r 13, 1SVJ.I'at ( luum-ntnl. Sight Exchange Aprils, ISM. 13 tf ot s-uSpana cannot he s rved upon them: r.n tve estate of George W. thrrcU, late ot Leon

U.e lluuse! of Ipreselitative* by the ConbI ti- Sjx-e-iinen B'joks arc freely given to all Printin"fsv // M thn'tt'irc Ordered, That sid detendantV, I County, deceased, and spplv ftr a final discharjjI )

I at jnsj irity, December 23, ISGO.N *. o NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON Just Received and for sale low by Finetta Shietli. Id and Bryt" Sheffield, appear and:I from the adL-iaiatrati of saidBENJ.MLN e i? i .
__/ for sale, in sums to suit, byTHOMAS the Bill of nt's
Printer* (.1 Newpnporwho ehosc to publish! this J. M. WILLIAMS answer Compl&-: filed in this can e BYRD, Admr.Fort .
[ 2.] adv<'rtjscnont, including this note, three times l cf. J. PERKINS, within four r onths from the first publication of this Stanithnrr. Ja. ->rv J. 1'f1. 2 ta

AN, ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clause of I the the I let of Au ii-t, lt-51, and wnel me one of the re: October 12, 1cS0. -10 A cent Mirine Hank..ETNA "\ TANILLA and Cot Rope, as.-orted sizes, Order, or said b.ll v ill be taken fur confessed against *

Filth Article ol the Constitution ol Stale. trfrsKill Ixs paid fur it in Type when tlu-y t urcluii-c pa- _L.TJL Shovc-K Spade! niul AxeWeediiifr -, them. Notice.

SECTION 1. fie it fitucttd ly the fimate and, from me, of my
Ifame cf Ilfprfstntnticts of thr Slate vf F/oiida fpeciiiicns five time the amount of ther! bil.! my HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.: 15ake Oven-, PotSpulers A true copy-Atte f, SIX Honorable Jud e of Pnbate in and fvrt!'

in ilftirral .1hC:nUy e nwnrd, Tliat the Sumleenlh GEORGE; BItUCE.I BUILDINGS, Stock*, and Cotlon in Ware-house Old and Yonnjj Town-tnil's Sar=apnnlla, OSCAR A. AlYFR, Cleik. Conntv cf Jerer cn, for: letters ol -rr.i.-sin: jrd

C'a e o| tue Fife Ig A>I licleof the Conl lita- 3 CiaiulxTS Mreet, Ncny Yolk. J insured against kss bv fire. Trace, Fifth, Halter, Breast, Stretcher, and Log Mzrch 2-2, ISoI. 11 4ci discharge as Executrix of the l-- will andte"s-

lion of lliii Slate be, and the same: is i heieby, go May 31, 1831. 21! 3t LEWIS & AMES, Chains meat ot" James SI. Hart, late of said Cronty, &*'>!.

amended as to read js follow*, town : TIisi i.Ii!iall --_ _ _ _- January 20, 1SOO. Airenl*, Talhhtuiee. Strap TIiIe4, Patent Balances, COO 11.. Jefferson Circuit Court.IN ANN HART.

be one Solicitor lor each Circuit, who! shall reside Notice. SpoyiuiZ| Knives and Needle' Percuioti Caps, CHANCERY. Jefferson Crnnty, February S, I4t. S fin

therein, and sliall elected b l \ the qualified vrt< iof OIX months from this A. B. CLARKE, CoJT.-e .Mill- Cotton Can-, Thermometer- -
date, I shall apply to Ihe Paul Ulrner, Executor of John A. Cuthbert, dec'd.
such Ciicuit, on the tir-t Monday in October, in O Jud, e of Probate of Gadsden County for letters (rORJIKnLY CLUKK: 8.. STILI.MAN,) Cut Nail-, \Vo'ighit Nail, H r>e Sln Nails ssainst VT. G. H. DAVIS,

the year one thousand fight bundled, and filty-thie:*", of dismission from tIe administration o'f the estate s. t TT:\VING jmrciiased the in'ere t of Mr. '.A\'inil-or airl Cane Seat Chair. Willow \Vnon.;, James Ga'JdenVitzwilliam! Uyrdsall.ard the widow ATTORNEY AT LAW,

and very four years thereafter, or at such limes a* of John B Durr, deceased. iXX Siilltran in their old buinc.. *, can be; lufketc! Tub I'i in Sieve, Tray, Brooms, and heirs ot John A. Culhbertdeceased.. taken his abode at Tallaha) e, anti i
the General Assembly! may by law pic-scribe and 'f.f- Pota-h. Sal Soda. Indigo, Glue. Mul! HAS up
M. A. DURR, Admini-lrator. .. found at their old stand on Moni'ietrfet I, ; er, motion ot and in the Courts of the M.dJie Distrit ,
f3iill receive for his services a compensation to be Si'.on's f-uperior 5 s Tobacco Rail IIosi] UPON Complainant, it appearing
County, Januaiy IS, JS.jl. 2 Cm where he will receive in a lexdajs flora New YorV affidavit to my satisfaction that defendants and of Franklin and Jackson Counties.
by Ri.i i Ijiguyra, and Java Coffee, cnart fine Salt
the I
of I
one complete aiMtneiiN ol ,
litmlymiJe .
James Gadsden March 1S0.Valuable
and Fitzwilliam 9. 0
SEC. 2. IJf il further enaeltd That snch rlec- Ejrd all reside beon -
Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company C/otfiiirtf nnd fJentlimin't Fancy r Sl nn, A'lamuitinc, Star ann Wax Candle,
l the liiiiits of the State of
\ Florida
tioni shall be held and conducted, and he the one in
I ret inns of Louisiana. off red l this Boxes! IVo\vn snap, ditto for the Toilet for Sale.
ever in market. AIo! a general av>orlment r- South Carolina and the olher in New York Plantation
iherfof laadr: in the bamc manner as is now pi p. ---r AVING been appointed A gent f r the above ComLJ. of French, Kn; li:h, and Kel i'in C/ott,*, Green tc t IJIk. 'l'ea.. Pickle, Lemon Synip Claret, the ordinaiy of this Court so PLANTATION \vhvrecn tie late Jofoa E
*crilid by law, or may heiealter be prescribed by pany,and deeininu it unuecew-ary 11 di-cu-s the Black anil Fanru Ii>ei l>ins an 3v, fiirtiie election of member to Congress fromtbi iiiix>rtance! and advantage of the niiitiuil anil Figucied Sillc Satin hn and Bacon, Lard, Hour Mackerel, upon : 4
; State. ] inuranceirinciple Ca<> >ere, I'eleel It M therefore Ordered, That publication be made Lake Erie, containing 4*<> acre, of winch some
FIFTH GEN, A14'rMflt.yPad the ] would rt-iH'ctfully wilicit the cxm-ideratiun Vesting, which he is prepared to injrmLcture at Loaf and Cru-hed Sugar, with the usual good aaportment for four months in a newspaper published in Tall I.hasee. I. are cleared, and under cultivation. On tie pent**
ER .L Senate of th'j citizens of TalLihasMc anl vicinity. Any information the fhoslest notice and in the rao-t approved Mvle.The I e>f articles in the Dry Goods ; Florida, requiring said defendants Gaeisdenani is a comfortable frame Dwelling IToiw, I15 th(;e
Coti titulional ,
Jiylhe tnajoiit/, December 31 ISr iI I.
relative to itcan be obtaine-d by'rallinw'ein community eenerclly are respe-cllullv r<" ue te-d Shoe. Hat Hardware. Crockerr, SaJdlery
theMibcrilxr. ,
] This Flantatkn
tint houses tc
to deirur
Passed the llou! ol llfpri' entatives by tie Cons Ii. Rtrdsall plead, an-wer. or to the Bill I cessary &
S. S. ICNKJHT. to call and examine toy Mock before purchasing el-e-$ Coach Triniimnj and Domestic Line. of before the first ad ,ait the woo4
$utionat ifljority, January S Iss3l.OITICT Complaint on cr Monday in Septerr.bc many vantage? adjoins pine'r
November SO, 1R30. 47 tf1UST where. Tallahas-ie, October 12, ls"0. 40 Rd f T cat tie anil TEe

(Conclusion next week.) Proeidfd A of this Order be anti Ge-c-rsia Plank Road will <3-witlin W*
copy duly publishedfcr port pa
: ) reci-hed an.l
or rcRnrAnv or STTE for sale by O. C. BYRD A C;. 19
JOHN PRATORIUS April Ih31. 15 four months herein directed 61' the and I think vi1* P> a*
TaHaiusiec..Mayl\W\ J tl lOibbkNo. I. MackmLCO as prior to the said 0 yards cf dvclllnsr..

I.CIHRLCS '\'. DOWMNO, Sf-rrttaiy of Slat-, do WA Fine I'loir. [e>r Tin: I.ATI: TIKM or HUM. t \TOKjrs ] first Monday in September (I'vil) text. Lnc"or'athe wln.le length of tie flanfja*
Jicr bycTiily the fouoing to V.c true and eornrlcepie 20 acks Rig Colfi--. CloUuiRg.TUST March 29, 1351. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A and when thc -> Road is ce.riiplcti-d which i i'watte*

of theoiis'iial Act* on file at my office, and 10 racks Java Ci/lfee. 03T7OULD I inform his friends an 1 the public received a general .ijjt>rlmpnt of Gents ardsSjHing true cor v-Attest, tract, to be el .ne by the l-t of January, IN-*

heiewilli ;published% in pnrcuancef the ,roviiin of 1 tierce Ria )fcthit Lo 1ms taken (the hte.relately oi-cupiVil l ,j Jiii'\ ; and Summer ClMmi?. For sale C. G. FIFE, Clerk. Plantation rn the whole ?itc e.f the Rent) S1 *

the Constitution relative to Ainendmeutb and Ueii-: 10 bbls. Brown f f by C. :H.i 1hsML and ailjninui'! the stole lately I low hy thEIR & RUST. April 12, is-|. n 4m it for convenience. Ac. It i* cow SVred *'.rbarnin. '*,

lon of tbc Constitution.; Suynr. cupicd by Bull it Pratoriiiivliciv he will 1 i.e ple-ascd! 10. IW1 15 Pt r-K-rw elesirous ef purchasing 'Will i
bbU _
3 Crw.Iw.I and, Powdered : _
Sugar. to iittcnd to the esills r.nd w nt.s of tho-e ftlm may I Ito e In Gadsden Circuit Cotfrt. eitt
C. \V. DOWNING, Secretary Stoic.1ay3,1I. 5000; lx-st PanatilU tall em Joseph Cliaires, E,q Tilio will WlamL >
37 Cm Scgiira. eh-i$)Mid patroni/e; liint in his line of burine's Corn, Oats, and Hay. For at i iFcrt re5J
SPRING TERM 1S51. terms ttc., apply to me my
April 12,1851. ,
--- H lie lift> received, by the late :.irivals, a tkoicr dir BF.SHELS heavy white Corn, Stmnsburv, Fhi.

For Sale. THE TRUE > U-n>lrrtcd mnjitif Cl-ttJix, (hxiiui'rf*, Vtstbig'*, .J i>i> Oats, 0. 31. Wilams, utai.ltnu.nt BENJA5IIN BTK'-
GIRL about Fancy Ci'ooih ; alo, a grurral mvnrttMiit f fRE 50 Kilos Hay, AssumpsiP50O. January 18, 1SSI. 2 if
A LKCLY negro 14 years of aze, Charles J f -
fuse*! to plantation \\oik. New York COD LIVER OIL A J> Y-MA 1>K CI.OTH1XG, Now landing from Fins; lniiius. and for cole bv AEgerton. --- -
acceptance I
taken inpainet.t. USLI-UL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, All of which, I flatter my-i-lf, are e qvjd in fctyle and NAUGHT A ORMOND.Newpe THE defendant and all others interested in the Notice.

2tirit 19, 1S31. I H S. S. KNIGHT. .- .\sthmaHronchilisCoughs, quility. tiiid quite; axfi
.. -. and all dnca es of the Che-.t arel Lun s. A cupplvol in this market Hi- will {jive particular nttention : thereof and plead to the saiue am rdinir to law. J sp&'ctive offices will he Vpen fry the traiisafw*

Jjiat Received. this valuable medicine is jusl received, which id to his biiMiif-Sj and h-'pe-is l he will imrit a liberal Notice.SIX' A. K. ALLISON, official btu-ine s from 0 to 2 o'clock, every car, Sclay's

1f'kflCI BUSH ELS CORN, warranted pure, and ot verv" superior(ji1hity. patroiuigc from the public. months after date, I shall apply to the Judee March 22, IS.'l. 11 Attorney for PlaintiF. CXCC1.tcjtl.rfhe j

t'.Juu JO.U'JU' pounds Sides, For ale by LEWIS &, AM'E November 23, 1850. 4C tf l Probate for Gadsiien County lor a final grille- Notice. necessity and propriety of rcjnJarand T'a'i

Shoulders. May 2.>. 1S.V) 20 Tallahassee. merit and discharge In in the estate of Hardy Shepard hours of business in public ftecs, arcrec rand

0,000 J 20 barrels Flour .- Pure Sulphate of Quiniiie.E rieceased. i:. S. SlIEPAKD I Adm'r. L LL persons indebted' to the estate of John Ferguson law usage, and are too obvious to req' ezPation.

20 *' P rk A. E. MAXWELL. M. I). IA1 y. jJ sub .ciiber have on hand two hundred and Gad-den County, January 11. ISSI. I Cm _4_ late erf Wu-liirc Coin.ty, deceased, are .
MAXWELL & PAPY requested ti' make payment tci the umlen-i ni-il and t.rcta Satf.
20' Whiskey, filly ounces ol Sulphaleof Quinine, which I Ihej ; C. W. DOWNING.
10 Monongahela Whiskey. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW have obtained diiect tram the manufacturers, and Pork.OA those liaviti elemands against the same, are hereby JOHN BEARD, Cmnp1ru
they will warrant it to be article. notified te> pre!fiit them within the time prescribed h bv W. R HAYWARD, Tree.'"
Also a large supply ol every kind of Groceries, TALLAHASSEE a supeiior BARRELS Me s Porklanding from Brig Ur -
which will be Fold as tow or at lower prices than 1'LOKIDA. VV'c hate enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Olnui, and for sale by law, e>r the payment thereof will l be l barred. D. S. WALKER Rtq.. P&1'

anyother house in this place. Call at the tubscri- February R, 1851. fi by rerrnt ariivalsand are prepared to execute McNAUGIIT AORMOND.. JAMES M. LONG Jualified Executor. R. S. IIAYV.'ARD, Clerk *

ber's before purchasing rUewhtre. H. BRADFORD; orders lor aiticlcs in our line, at wholesale or retail 1, Newport March 22, 1851. 11 Washington County, May 3, 1S51. 17 bt February 1,1S51. 4 f. ..

April 1S>, 15I.l 15 S. S. KNIGhT on the most accommodating terms.
__ __ : TTY AT We have also a lew account! yet due to us forth I Coflbe, Sugar, Soap, &c. Notice. Leon Female Academy.*

Boots. Madison Court House, Florida. year 1&19. They are generally in small amounts, SACKS COFFEE, S IIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge: Trustees of the Leon Female! Mtiem"!JJ,'
Pair of Bn ks Patent Shank but if (the whole could be paid it would 19 Probate of Madison THE *
:J DOZEN Boot .anuary 18, 1851 2 tf shortly go 10 t barrels Stuart' yellow Sugar, County fur letters ofdismision method e.f. informing tl.e pabhc W .r
Aprils, 1651. 13 JAS B. GAMBLE. fartowardsliijuidatingceitain suns which we ow C. 5 Pilot Bread from the administration of the estate u of have opened tl.e above Institution, under the erJ
:__. 1 fk PIECES PLAIN STRAW MATTING, LEWIS fit AMES. 6 Cracker Daniel Flinn, deceased.SAAIUEL. tendence of \V. P. CcN-\Txcn.vM, of S nth C5! '
Plows. 1U 6 Colored do. June 8, 1S-)0. 22 t
70 br which Institution will afford all the
O X f\ CAST Sweeps in store, and for sale at low For pale by C. C. BYRD iC8 family Soap Tobacco, Ac March 22,1S51. 11 6m theireinsih and refined education We hope ton
OU J AS. B. April 12 1621. 14 superior
GAMBLE.AprilB. New -
Landing from Brig Uranus and fur sale by Notice. such a footing as to obviate the :

1 Ml. 13 Goods. OPENING a large; and carefully selected stock of JIcNAUGHT
Spring lirilania, and linght Metal Ware, Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 SIX months after date, I shall make application Terms Sessn of Fire JJ'onl4-
Law Firm. '"PIIE ubscrilr is opening to-day a small invoice consisting in part of Tea and Cofiee Pots, French; the }Honorable Jud eol Probate in and toni per 9U tliCaLohjtifl

BEARD ractice in co-partner J. of Dress Goods, Bonnet Ribbom*, Florence Silks, Coffee Filterers Pitchers, Candie St icks of different: Bacon, Lard, &q. County ol JeffersOn, for letters of dismission and discharge The First Class, in wlueh will be tacght

all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of l l1'loiid.u to, which lie offers at very low prices. qualities,Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake 13j\es, as Executor of the last wilt and testament of branches of an English Education,

O/Uce/ iu Tallaha hce. April 8,1851.s 13 JAS. II GAMBLE. Cannisters, and a variety cf other articles, which 4 CASKS" Bacon Sides, Ebenezer FoIom. late ol said County, deceased.- Greek if desired. .
JOHN BEARD, the/ offer for sale on reasonable terms. 2 Shoulders, All persons herein interested i ,are hereby notified ac Second Cla** Spelling Readinsr. Gecrgrarn?

T. W. I. Spring and Summer Goods. Also, on hand a lull and extensive stock of Tin :10 i barrels Mess Pork, cordingly. HARDY MOORE Arithmetic, English Grammar, Natural i _-

._4_If_ lUST icceived a general assortment of Spring and Ware of every description, manufactured here I by 25 2 barrels" Flour and 10, kc.s Leaf Lard Jefferson County, December 7, S50. 43 6m tory, Corupo itio Ancient and Modern ii
; tory, Recitatie>n*.
J ; good workmen, and at fair prict-s. -
Shoes. Summer Goods, to which we invite (heattentionof 15 -
bui-rf before puicLaaing elscnhere. Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern Whi-vkey. Notice. TlilrtI Claza-Sprlling.Read g.Wthi'th
T ADIUS and Gent llulbtr OvrrJiocs,just recciyJLJ April 19, Jb.l. 15 HEIR & RUST. Pumps for salo. Tin Roofing, Gullerin-r, and Job Just received per Schr. Barnard, and for pale by OIX months after elate,the undersigned, A
cd. JAS. 13. GAMBLE. Work executed faithfully and with despatch. ilcNAUGHT & ORJION'D.Newport tor of the estate of Walter R.Blackburn,will mar, jfl. d*

.. I. A1ril,1F51._1 S_ Boots and Shoes.NE T. WHITE & CO. March 22,1851. 11 his final account and vouchers to the Judge of I'm present FewrtA aM -Spelling, Reading. TOntmfn. -

Hats. Saved and l'egged Calf Boota; Co i- September 21, 1S50. 37 If FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. bate saul estate.e>f Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from French Music,, - .

ft. RUST: are now ope-rirgan assorlment hi 4 .U grei Cult, and Kip Shoes and Brogans..Just For Sale. 1ff THE
k and llitti, of the very lat c..t ( .. opened and for sale cheap at the New! LASTING 1851.
lyt. Apul l Ib5l- 15 Clothing Stores. \ LIKELY and able negroe fellow n cel io the TRIVATE BOARD, all tiling included,at SlO per February 1, 1851. 4 6m January 11.

* W. T. JHTCIIELL. L Turpentine business-to bo sold low by the su 1)- X month. Travellers accommodated, -xithmit Liquor

Blacksmithing.rpHEundeiMgaed! May 3,1851. 17 tf scriber. 8. S. KNIGHT. ,a Leap cheaper than Cotton sells.P.. Notice, Brandy.

respect| fully?informs April 19,1851. 15 P. SMITH. Ix months after elate, I shall apply to the Ilon- 1 ASK ycry suprior Brandy. IL

; 4; ji the public generally that, haying i CHARLES W DOWNING, January 18,1851 Cm L. orable Judge of Probate for the County of Gads- April 5, 1851. 13

employed a iupeiior horse Shoer, he it ATTORNEY ANI) COUNSELLOR AT LAW Now or Never. ? d -n for letters of final dismission a. Admin-

now 1)ieired to execute all work in that line in a TallahasHec Florida.5f7" BARGAINS to IKJ bought e.f the subscriber) ;imme Superior Green and Black Teas. i tratrix cf the estate of William McGriff, late ol Notice This.

,operiur Banner. and on usual Cerms. likely tiegrexj girls Appn ved New: 3 CASES superior TEA, which can be recon: said County, deceased. T 1A'on land at this time nXu1

F. *\ I Alfl Office at the Capitol.iLarcb % York acreptanco taken Li payment for same1-call en i: mended. BERRY & ROWLES. SARAH McGRIFF, Adm'x. .L. fair prices two families of negroes.

Junc29JS50-% 25 If 15, 1E51. 10 tf April 1?, 1551. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. MayS, 1851. 17 Quincy, December 21, 1SOO. 50 6m April H', 1851. 15 S.F .

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