The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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June 28, 1851
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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-.- TEE BOBBLE'S DEATH I j body of their companion, at the sight of j3irs THY TO BE IIAPIT. :I i The legacy of a Hotter to her Daughters. ,: t'io: coldneFS and falsehood i of man ; then: Potatoes and Tomatoes.It .

whose headless trunk the}' were no doubt I BY: ELIZABETH T. ROBERTS.I I But let it be the hidden man of the heart, cried I, Father, all my hopes leave me, every is not generally known as it deserves to

!inf r, a merry party having gather- I !cued with j upUe and terror, as they gave n I t iii try to lie happy we may if we will i i that which is not corruptible, even the ornament staff breaks, all can I yield-but not thee bo that tilt tomato, when grown among corr,

LIt:mid a om-mtaWe< fire, tho gnerts tied i cry which! caused the! lloor to vibrato undesmy Find some pleasure ri life to oVrballuicc the ill; of a meek and quiet spirit, which is -not eternity-not my own soul O if 1113- is far superior in flavor to those produced in

4l1. L ro Cur'l tier! i' relating some mysterious feet ; then, proUl'ring many bitter imprecations Tinre xvas never an cvjl if well uikr&.tood, in the sight of lod; of great price."-1st Peter spirit, in these sorrows tried, purer ai.el nobler the common way. They must of courso

,'I I,r ,f."lIn..t.o or robbers, which nre so delightreir of rage and vengeance, they quickly Bit what, rightly n au i ed WI uld turn tit a good 3d Chap. 4//t rcrsc. come-s forth ; if the thought on thee more h ive a fair! chance of room to grow, and not

}t'ul' on wintry nights 1 :, cosily ensconcedL decamped, leaving the body lx lund them ii> If we were but as ren I ly to l lk ti the light When read this i dear becomes and more efficacious for all situations be too much crowded by the corn. Thosn
fJI, ;: : As we are to t-it miA i ig tlC au'C it 'n night. you my precious one, I
comer, while he chI-ullog- I the vaults beneath. Then the fictitious strength in life ; if thou for the poor forsakenand who the good qualities of Una
rhisnney! : \Ve t-lmiild own it a truth, both in word an'i in deed your mother will be no more. The breast, I can appreciate
'ill t'".,1 on the' hearth, and the bitter north which had: sustained me when the danger had Hat who fries to be bapjiy i i.i uuic to succeed from which yon drew that irt nourishment, disconsolable hast in store a whole rich \'t:1't.:1Me"IH"n in perfectiein, will find fi! at

'r,1.jurl i' Mathawl Dirties 1 without ; when} the 1 I, been there before my eyes, menacing and! Let us to be happy! some ,11kIJ of ro rct which ilowed for you so tenderly, and on eternity full of joy and consolation ; for what mode growing them to secure all they can
"' b j.r |howls! iu Ins kennel, ami the filent inevitable, vanUhed completely, my scnscr Are pure to hang roun I, wl.ich we raiinot f'rget; which you could s-) surely J''jtselll your am I disheartened I Not my- but thy will be ask-at least such has been my experience.

"1 wllt.-na. (iT a/J npar. 1C! soltarvl'he reeled l, and 1 fell to the ground in a deail; There are times when tlie lightest i.f spirit; muu-t bow sorrows, will be cold. Ah! will you in this done." And when I imagined myself in that It i is maintained b3- some respectable experimenters -
1''UVtj'cns '' company} had nearly ctlnir \- faint. Aid the Muuiiest face w 'sr a cloUt) tin itVe brow ; woild ever f find again one so tender, so better world, when I elevated over tine and that potatoes planted, among ecru

I"iU'1 liule! stock of tales, when an i A quniter of an hour after, my m.ister \ must never biJ feelings the purest an.l J Itost, jo long loving ? You were dearest! in pure thi I grief: looked! with a quiet heart upon all i are not so liable to rot ; and this opinion has
To li.j lilunteil! r.ntl dM in IxiMi-n it rot my
': oar ; I sowed and with .
add here in confidence of
of at Kiai xh''oIant..rtd to and nuMrcss returned.After having rung tears, been confirmed by a sufficient number of trials
vor1tI-to and
di laY I But the (WKT] our out :iit-f the greater OJT need I sec you good happy was my I II
her bu: .1Ik' exertusforthe amusement of the I several times, and not s'dngme appear, t they To try to be luppy. lest ulfi'.r h-jarts bleed. in-ist earliest! wish, my greatest comfort, Jod I soul upon the harvest of joy to come ; how to render! it worthy of attention. .

I 'became uneasy! and, thi.iking 1 might be has heard My have .I small to me then appeared the earth with all! The soundness of potatoes in these cases

'i'lntpl'IL,.'U\ ijnt;: I am going to relate," said she, II :1sL 'p, poor old Count, at time risk of breaking Oli\'e, try hlia.ll to cliwr 110 happy on each! it is cUur not by for coiuwel lung: or you go'Kl mpra'l'r.and hippy, and eyes in leaving seen the I its Si-appointed hopes. and the superior flavor of the tomatoes mentioned -

Ut an event which happened J his neck} over the wall at the back 'ng. O let this religion, which was ti:-? stmiffI above, to the same
"I!l fii'i:1'! : '; : got !f we nuiLc tho lxi-t us (.f our time that we way, world, 1 have the consolation! of belioving: that I are probable owing
IIO\C i ia: III\ oiaili: w"cu pepi, may ''of the house, and, opening the door for hi There is mud we can do to enliven the way. thus you will continue to bo. O lot amy I and! the consolation of your mother, 1 bo also I eau.e, which i is, that corn, from its superior

]"t he li'iintcifsting to many hem i master and mistress, they all three proceededto fx-t us uiily ill t'irni'-lno. (. ch fl.! our l\.l- t last word be deeply engraved on your !heart I your staff and! your consolation in life rout m power of attraction r.nJ assimilation, appro '

I !any years ngo lived as governess the dining room, which (they had to force \ Defuru; God; and our centciuico, :url tni>t f,r the rest; I have lived long in the world-have enjoyed death.! The time ccnus, when every scene priatus to itself tho nitrogenious matter contained
Still tliw .. th. NitJi in word and in deed
"iih A tlIl1ij'} ill Ireland They had been I open, .is 1 had bolted it at the beginning oti lluit taking"ho tries to tr Ins 1 l" ,pl'y j in sure to succeed. many: j.l.-asurcs, but I can assure you of splendor shall disappear from befev-: you, in the soil, and thus prevents the:, tess

(!ICe i in, pry prosperous circumstances; but i the evening. WIlltsi ht met their eyes ---- -- --- thit I have only truly lived, sluice 1 began to your eye itself shall be darkened,your blooming energetic anti in its neighborhood from absorbing

F"m! uif: ,>rUrtiu! ; > speculations] having greatly I The moon, which had emerged from behind Thoughts en Home. fed happy in my nwn home, since I firmly color in death's paleness shall be faded ; those compounds of nitrogen which -

rilJri\ tlli:: i income: they went io live in an I i the clouds, shed a wan and uncertain light! "My home, my \home, in}' happy home, proposed to myself conscientiously to fulilmy : I then shall the thought of that which you have experience has shown to be injurious to the

at1 :11 '';'irignavahir, commonly] CIIIl"C.tIll : on this horrible scene Sjmt ever, ever dear t<. me ; duties as a wife and mother! and to my I )been to nth'. r3, the night of death enlighten ; qu-ility of their: products. The best potatoesarc

j.aair.: : : which j is about five mik-s from I In a distant corner of the room, half hid- Where! (MT 1 RO. r.-hciv! \.\r I roam. I family to be all of which I waa capable lit w I jour "i-itij.ior! man' the desolation of the those winch contain the largest proportion -

(\111.. Tli" funity; consisted of my masteraiid hen }bthind an old chert of drawers, crouched My heart >till fun Jly clLigs to thee" :. often before, did I return from the most biil1 :- tomb outlive, and the pure, well meaning of starch, and this is but carbon and tlo:

mi-li'! ';8' :mJ a l'uk ''J0.V about nine I little Alfred, his eyes fixed pet I itit.tI whIt fear The sentiment of the foregoing lines ?eoms I int society in bad humor! How many disorders -i heart, tho treasures of faith, live and hope constituents of water in another S"I3pt'. Az-

'.;jrg ,(,j'.vv.:i \'.h4), \vilhisi en old and 'faithful; ] I pile, with a nameless terror. I was extended: to be indigenous to the human Ienrt.Vluere | arose dm ing my absence! How ninny I j shall accompany_ to eternity. oti/ed manures, which are found so essential

,IIll.'t: ..::: t, named:: Coanell, and myself; I motionless in the middle of the room, and -hall we go to find a heart from which the! .I a good has,during (Ill)' prolonged dissipation", : "Home, Sweet Home. in tho cultivation of grain, are, on the contra
"I! h"t>at'" ,(the house A young the door the livid and head dear and detriments! when absorbed in the circula-
wr tli > ":; v near lay grinning names sweet memoiiesof home have I been deferred), and finally: even omitted! My ; We anxious to few words about r\,

1"IUIr, : ai-li:l ca"tv 1''W- came crcr> day, : of the robber. As you may appose, nobmh! bscn wholly obliterated ? Even the hardy husband who ii marked with joy this hapj.y: :.I Home.are The tells s.iy: a there i is tion of plant which does not require" them for

aid, u'i' !l'-r '"> MJpennletidenec, did the cook- : went to bed that night. My lIla-ter and old son of the ocean, who! impatient' of tho res- 'I'change: in my conduct, began to find tny society I' } it." And song tho us is rigl.t. Jut:no placelike how the perfection of its product! ami which is, in

I:..1-,. -mt ki"-t: the house clean and i.i od.'r. I L'tmndl passed the whole of it on the watch trant, left the sacrc I enclosures of home in his dearest pride, and passed ninny an fev homes thch song the world Or how fact, unable! to digest such contracted nutriment.

Oiu) il'iy C'omu'll, on returning from I art i He, io the teeth, and dtposed to slio'v I !boyhood! to gratify the imperious (demand of < .'cningith MIL-, that (formerly without company ? "homes are hoipes !" It i is Every one knows how much inferior

Cork w i it1' {!lj(' ,'!i'l.v provisions, announced to 1 vigorous resistance i iu ease- of an attack. My I pride and sllfill, turns many a retrospective I apj! !ared so tucliou{ *. Our household, many make are no sick to think of it.enoughto Not the sweet potafoe becomes when grown on

hi,! tiM! "1- :and mispress some. new JK.T- mistress, also, who was* generally so timid, FO glance towaids i.i; once dear and happy aUode ou' children were the I favoiile; tnlject} of oar a person of the clay soil ; and Liebig speaks of a peculiarkind
home in i is
innat'rf) ''i arrived fix.m London, and that I I gentle, and ro feminine, under ordinary circumstances -I chiding: his own t foolhardine in breaking :i conveination ; -cntrkcd, and: from time to I one And what wonder ten !deserving Look at it. nmne.- of turnips, which! under the same cir-

'.., !110':1 sjdeudwl performance the I peemt-d the occasion to luive I :. cuimtrances loses nil the good I qualities fir
ir.;, \\ on away from the tender i Ftrncti'tns of Iuloying <> tiUl co-rectc.llil'u..11. tint formerly was nnobi face in the ,
iir' i tli tlieatre. My ,unstress Iiavn : assumed the detem/ma'.ion and the I I A young man meets a pretty which it is noted when cultivated in sandy
!! u >t :* *- courage unu faithful mother! and longing to behold i served ; we found in our own domestic circle, ball falls in love with it courts it I
\ I:: l'--! : > 'Ii i a *i'e t i't go, it was arranged of a nun ; even hid;!! Alfred, whose flight that face one more, Mhich beamed up. !'joys that before we could not have divined. room it *' with,it marries ami 1..111 d.

tuat t CuiiiH'il: Iw'-ilti attend his master and had quite subsided since his parents return 4 111 him, a* with eel >stil radiance iu childhood I What a substitute is the daily increasing es- I boasts, goes to house-keeping home to to and ,wife. Those plants In which compound of carbon -

inHtv" to t'ie'! ilu-atse! ( and Utat 1 should-- insisted on being allowed to mount guard Oh what sacred memories cla&ter around the i teem and love of a noble husband ; for the t The chances having a nine to ten go he,has neither.n predominate, may bo said to form a lower -

in.ii.i: .1'' liontoiak! care of little Alfred, I with the rest. Happily all thtir JreeamutiummFwere minef; ; all who once: enjoyed with him the: I! admirations, of simpletons ; what a substitute' II Her face are be old grade, in the scale vegetable lite, thaTi
il' lirate; ln-aitli prevented liiai from acfnntir.i II bean! pretty gets to an story-or that occupied by those* containing more nitro -
uli.iv* unnecessary ; _no r.joi-j noise was ; alUcnili of tho dumcstic circle. I lie is one-- the attachment of good ciiMrei! and the perception becomes faded freckled fr'ttednd
I or ,
| : ;. isij! j.i. parent I that memorable night.! The !:ext day mmaster \ i more a happy boy, and \\hile bound by tliis of their daily growth in body and that face all he wanted alll he "paid 'TI. Tho former are unassistcel .products

". tt iino-ii: knowing why, I remember that went and !laid t the whole aTuir J befon 'aagic spell lives over again the biight and mind, for rll the pleasures of tL<" ijreat woild; I as attention to "was all he sat with,, all he bargained : of nature-the forest and the wild grasses
I t foil e\pi"i, .'v<'!y uneasy on tVir leaving the a magistrate, who sent a body offo:
1 Iniisf.: i r'jMJiiaod: : : f at tile door, following to explore the castle, v.'hen a sibtrraneou.; < meat hc"seems to himself to be holding sweet honorable and even toned person*, for swore his trade, knows, Lit? busy baud of man has entered upon
I he sick of
ihciu! ( w n!I lit\) ces a j l
;liihL'iit: ; aiuf when tJ.o jnuutltivcar hal enJII'M pcned for years, leading from the garden to forgetting his ago and premature decrepitude, children! on the borders the grave, I beseech homo consoles; himself up which his skill and industry secure to

':,' lli-ljl/II"lrt: | wliieli bore them away, I the dining room, and there the headless body his stifiened limbs j-erm to regain their claMic I you remain to this domestic: afi'cction staying with evenings ; and prli- increase his comforts or add to his wealth.

Iwaim- |prey to a tJlou. :md unaccountable] of tie robber was discovered. .\ detachment life and activity, and his eves once more 11)0kL1loI i fr: which I have educated you-O cigars, C1ptcr'lliskJ'l'unch his "home** indifferent A portion of nitrogen is undoubtedly necessary -

ii-ars.;: The terrible outrages coinuiitted } of troops: were ordered to fcconr the country faces and w.f inns h'iy since buried be- !I, to tins. mother of all vii tue true j rel11tilll courage tics, and lookupon boarding-house. A family as a of very children 1 tool!! vegetable, but it is equally certain -

a band \Vhiubnys. in several of the J'\'I in Pcurh (of time offenders, and after severalw'vks math tile cold cl nls of the \'aU''j'nr enough to !live' to your own hearts, not.I about him but neither lIe nor that we sometimes apply more of the

Muii.ii.' ; xillaires presented themselves the whole !Iruid! were taken, consisting : are such soft and J silvery dreams of always to the opinion of others! hut follow ] his ":grow:lCC" up knows ; about training substance than i3 required to produce tIlt,

ni\' inlI.611.tlitUl: in the most fiilitful arra.: i iI f twenty men, i including thf-ir caj/tain.} Theywere home, confined to the sons of the o'em- your own conscience ; your value will be not them anything hdtN-'kdter-maJe best results. I If we admit! with Liebig, that

I rtTu11Uh1trMl with (errm' t11at, only a few I all executed on iiullo'.vs'; Irecn, neat Could we folio .v the numerous wam'.eierswho i iu the lastre which surrounds you, but in "lhrhullen j I to\'s of; so when they babies come up dolls when boys and I plants absorb all the soluble matters presentin
iKiths "b.'fun1, an old man and 111* daughtei 'oik.. The tl'l'ril.llIICld: was produced on now arc triversing the wide. earth far man :if the !icar1," for that sick, it i i- ; when and women the soil, as a sponge absobs water, with

Lit I MI1( pru'-lly! mnrdered on a farm at a the trial l, and proved' the chief evidence against from home and friends, aid could we.know for that YOU cxUt.My I II giil.-, drudges young after men and not ; all that it contains in solution indiscriminately
and I
.:Ib;(' hlln! few tuiles ofT The idea of be- them. all that passes in their mind', we should find I second request is: Lit a meek and so passes year year hour, is known one ," we must bo impressed with the impor-
yaW! wit!, Mck child iu this deserted I the occasioned quiet, hnppy, hearty, homely tance adapting the supplies of food to tho
ll i : a As for myself, flight by that, in hearts the degraded, fond and. fjuiel xj'iril in yn ubitle" How unhappy was th the whole lOu d1 ltl.
i j-tli-.! truism all lu'lp or pmtectiosi in case'if3ii.Vi.ick I the horrid seeua develop in my system the tender recollect"ins! of home arise, nnd the I nvuio- formerly by 1113aidor, domineering ;Another( lIg lOUt becomes enamored of necessities of the plant, and! of withholding-,

f : i: dmibly increased my u1tcnl nl'ss. genn of ati incurable dis-eatc ; aud hardly] had wretch who i is dragging out a miserable existence SPirit and impatience! hut a lingering sick- "fortune."young He man waits it to parties, as far as possible, that which is unless or det-
I Iht'I'! ':'lIro' :acttul with all) the caution; suggests 1 leached the of when convulsive withes a upon rimental.
age thirty, it were possible to place himself ness ought me to reflection, mitigated my elances the with it biUtl-dottx
\\n in\, (liar" I cnrefully shut the outer trembling seized all my limb?, like that attendant back again amid: the sunny days of boy ardor, and my reform was completed by the with polka the to it It is said of the Chinese that they manure
pll'I'm":: t i :.11! the windows, atid as there I extreme old but truth and hood. Few lad 'II the huts it, pops question gets "yes"ftoiu the plant more than the soil ; and certainly tdo )
on ; where the sad of of friend 'ho
age are
example one! j, v. I
1 took . u .my }possessing it, is published to it, takes it to the par- and implies
1.I..f.l lire iu the ? this understandingly effectual-, -
\\ ; iaiag-room, gratitude suggest my adding, that my good original; love of home and kindred is wholly '; every outward bk-ssng! yet, l II y her son's, weds it, calls it "wife," carries it home, -
ii sutiuii\ there, accompanied by lit- and mis-trass ot the perfection of the highest accomplishment
|II my my master were never forgetful extinct stormy temjterament made her married life it introduces! it

th! sick charge, who lay on a sofa by mywde. I the courage which I had shown in their ser Why do I love my home, more than tho most unhappy. -1 meek and quiet spinhmat !"- to sets his up friends an ( ttlilishrnentith, and says, (poor devil, !) that he within; the ambition of a scientific far-

vice. They gratefully settled on me a penj [home of my iieiguborVhv i when I quit the a treasure is this, the cares of the husband too is married and! has got a home. It's a mer.-Working J armer.

"Tin'( rvoisingyon! away without any ex- j -ion, putii., '. 'it to make me comfortable] for -cencs of hiuiness at evening, do I not as naturally to relieve, his passions to soothe: hi* lie. lie is not married. He has no home,

I ril"r rdiiian soon wrong There to !lJe branch of domestic
11111 \\is.\\ ju.t( ;t stnicb by the old! clock, and when I get economy less understood than jrrrfi'ably raising -
| smiling benignantly, particularly do tendt-rest thoughts} ot'my home burn within misfortunes of life, to sustain ourselves upright from his coffin.-
::1.! dii-mal toll had given me the most delightful I friends for few minutes in we-ll hope to escape poultry When we say profitably we do
can amube my a me, while I scarce ever think of the home and by the endurance of them to ennoble him and he has to fur it announced that the play I thus the memorable event of Friends congratulate grin not speak of their value in dollars and cents,
detailing only of mar in i 1.1JOrrJIJ do I regard the! minis lo.irselves I ; what ai: attracts power has it and bear it. They praise the house, the furniture hold that however
HS OUT, and that master and mistressvn I for we every dwelling
my my 1'1''. _-____ ____ :f intj children with kejand affectionate interest for all who are around us; all ar, enchained tho cradle, the cupboard, the new Hi- humble it be should have a
tli and alMIO or splendid ,
>ir home. may
on < Smiling
way while tie!, want of my neighbor's children I by it they willingly approach us, they
Country School. ; open ble the and then bid him "fortunmu' -
-! cMtin-ly, relieved of fears, I tlrrwthe newer baby, few chickens around them ; for there am
my scarce occupy 0:12: anxious thought ?tTIle their hearts to u*, and'! invoke us for stippoit
IWItt window to watch for their return, Fir t class in l'hilu.sol''! out- I i and him who "husbands" it, good morn- times in almost every family, both in ticknr sand
I your books. John Jonect, how many: kingdoms answer to these questions must be and consolation. Not ill" God gaus ing. Good morning As if he had known a health when cannot buy the little
in theWOfldvrk ,
i heard noise
\1\1 money 1 sl'ht in bosom it j is fevl! with others and to comfort
in nature i iI'our .spontaneous every thoughtful ; the ft'inry! to good morning since he and that gilded "br.tune" luxuries that the chickens give us. What
Cf the room exactly opposite to because all-wise anJ in vain the! of tears 'lm1 inventive
our them not gift -
the animal mineral and ; declared to be !
vegetable, Cn"tH'1 were falsely one is there hundred
"hl'r1! lha keeping fifty or one
stud : the noise was not :* I profit
gre'i'r has EO constituted us that there is a [ tenderness, nil't'n the most hidden is
kitidom A
tliat come Take another case. young woman hens without supply of I
gouendly caused by a mouse, and yet 1. Ciood head. i'ltii''feS: in this rehuittn and endearments. of I cares to uncover, and! worth a gentle! hand to of whiskers. Curled hair a corresponding eggs
d licrilKtie: -go up smitten 1)3 a pair Most people think that chickens must pick u'
impression meJ'
produced upon animal home to make us I. ;pp.r. Tlic very names all-iviate; not ii; vain the serene spirit, that She her
'} j is itnjiosKible. I became motionless, I llobbs I what is meant I by the king never before had such charms. sets their own living, and yield a good supply t f
i my of those whom hold most dear earth house the abode of and
dom ? we on makes our joy a refuge for them. take. The delighted
cap They in the but we have found that
fiwd in that direction, a cold eggs
f\'ti tt\upon Lions rhinoceroses are engraven on our hcaits: ; :n'e.n the for all of ours. O press deeply into first then the
hip whiskers make offer
'I fort-bead and I tigers, elephants, an one, chickens forced to roam for their daily food,
breathing suspended.Mfred -
\ ray iron tooth of time it the heart these words of the Uible But.
though eat out :
may ,
I who Lad also beard the noise, and i popotammu&sep, :ihligati irs, monkeys, jack your other, proflering themselves both in exchangefor have little time or inclination to lay ; and
names which now ttand legibly the let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that
and Kcholl-mistcs upon her heart. The! dear miss is overcomewith
'*'lio, like tins was with fear, softly] j asses > one those who expect a good supply of eggs
sdze atones can nver erase the names of which is not COI niptibk', even the ornament
grave ,
take lickcn
well but for such closes bargain,
from \'ery ycu'll a magnanimity, without feed, as well plant
the !
sofa ] and hid himself may
crept came
ll those whom love from the tablet of and which i is in the
we mem of qui.-nt spirit,
under knees with I your last icmark.liles a carries home her prize, shows! it to pa their choice vegetable seeds in a sand bank,
my apron, clasping my ( what is the mineral ? ory. The affections may be chilled and greatly Mght of (;od of great price." Your love of and calls herself engaged to it, thinks
his trembling \ 15y this time I ]knewtat kingdom ma, and look for tender, delicious vegetables.We .-
\Iuds The hull of CaliJoniy estranged by long separation, but even hewho home may be regarded as want of good manners ther never were such a pair (of whiskers) before have hail some liule experience in tho
was the of
i not spoit my imagination I has war.deied longest and furthest from humanity and sweetness as feebleness -
Walk strait head. your and in few weeks they are marrieel. "
ttewas doubt I uj a "kenery, and have found the great secret iu
now longer
: some"f
'bMy there beneath any few- I It1llstrom Johnson, what is the vegetable kingdom ? home will have hours of keenest fconbihility and inexperience, your amiable single Married Yes, the world calls it so, and we getting a supply of eggs through the season
my fe-et, a very (;arden carrots i in regard to the dear spot where dwell those heal tedness as fouli.-.h simplicity ; yet your will What is the result I A short honeymoon .
I sarr-e, j l'ot.Ltues, ingyons but not in driring the liens lull, or in
sought to enter the room. i up
te\11 110 "bone of his bone and flesh of his and hidden wOl'IhJ mild and 'i
'\ ate your
mow and all kinds of that's for cookiu' and then the unlucky discovery
good in
greens them exclusively on gravel or supplying -
fnthl'r it was the anxiety of the! ,; llesh." i is before (Jenl. O how- ing
i iniomwit I And what are j pines i and hemlocks and nu>dcit spirit precious made that they are as unlike as chalk and them with chalk nest The v.-holo
; I1 ( ivhich armed inrf at that I Such the ties affection which bind! exalted it I t' be able to Sl"I did what eggs.
us ,
elms iiin'4 are cheese and not to be made one, though all
with tIleveget.al1es secret consists in giving them plenty of food,
acfwa i know 1 "
eastid I ?< not pos- No can't cook 'em them 1 is to our own home, and such tho truly wonder was in my power; what felicity the thought the in Christendom them to
I'Ut I walked' ,( I lrree-'ou priests pronounce grain and flesh ; any of the grains will answer,
.Solutx'ly across Unknown and often of
tlC ful provision which has been made for our of God then gives ,
'w to the saw-logs and framin' timber! bo so. the chicken's mill is convenient.For .-
! rom iitclicn, and seizing a d."t'f' .: I highest earthly felicity in the of our the woild despised i i. the sphere of women, ill-assorted as very
economy other kinds of
of and There
returned thwarmHl, and plac rnvn-lf UOVH give ma r. I piece apple, you arc many eight or nine months in the year the
of (;od how sacred howgreat
dose ii at a re. but in the eyes result in
to the I. can have an hour intermission-excepting marriage, and thcall unhappy"home. chickens will supply themselves with animal
spot \hevc I had first ird the
; I
I ( If such the tender which allumier. When through }our motherly instructions
noise, certain thai i llobbs. arc regards you ." What else could be expectedYoung i food in the shape of insects but the *Vst of
there. I _
some one was My feel for home then the infer- and example the nealablu souls of
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naturally relation
icars folks their i ideas of the holiest -
were not get the time we feeel! them regular with flesh aawell
unfounded. A noise reFwn-1
i wag !;e nididrawal Valuable EcceiptTlie cure would seem to be that every home must Jour sons to steel, that they the strongest of life from the noveL Or when this is as com. I'cileil swevt potatoes is an
of a ru ty bolt now met worst case of cholera morbus, dysentery be a place of }happiness. Hut are all homes temptations onrngeouly t overcome ; their the in most instances Lave no .
Ins <-ar; and not case, they, excellent food for fowls, but with it they
, (which I Lad: presently a sort of trap-door and flux, that ever I saw 1 have repeatedly thus dear The melnncholly reply must be, yielding lu-aits so to tenderness attune, that 1 idea at all of it, but arc governed in thtir want grain of some kind, and flesh also la

I lICJIt..J, a heavy never hand before noticed!) tlowly cured in a few minutes, by a strong tea :\o far from it. We would have it), to human pity will accompany them through I choice and conduct by their feelings, their oar long, hot summers, poultry* are inclinedto

1lOards was plated upon the made of the bark of LImo! Sweet Gum, taken believe that, in most cases, there is a decided I their whoL lives; the feeling God and eternity their imagined interests. Thus the'
find passions, become but if clean good ashes
the Ions% are
I frightful }head of robber
41a1k and threatening a green from the tree is best-bleep a handful I preponderance of felicity, yet we are compiled *o deep in their soul impress ; that (they I marriage union is prostituted throughout the placeel near the hen-house, the hens will dust
next apicarcd to my of until the is like to admit that in too instances I and bare the most excellent fruit.
dilated (') At the to a pint water liquor gOod many jarring take root civilized world, and the terrible retribution is themselves in them until the vermin di -

Deleaver vhich I same moment I raised coffee. Drink it clear, or sweeten it with. discord and bitter jealousies, make ap lOll! my daughter, then when you ;perhaps I seen in myriads of discordant and disordered i Nature is their teachers, and hers is an appear unerring .
held hand and'luick
in my loaf add wine of brandy tho of life. While write be the heart of the noble son
sugar, or a glass good daily programme we no more, households. Hence that which should be
as lishtiiiiff guide. A good shelter should be provielcd -
Into the 1I1iljdle jf the, the robber's bend rolled if the Shock is severe. If not infallible, it there are wanderers upon' the face of time will still beat for the mother. The world enjoys I tho most beautiful of places, is shunned by for the chickens to roost under; the ma-

alod: crt'lInalld room. The child gave is remarkable! in its fflects, and well worth being earth who have been drhcn out by the infelicities your fruits without having known even I thousands as a pest hou (. Children, finding nuro of chicken properly saved will tho
miming l"'oy, fright! known and tried in of domestic life. How tender "and'rIwllo\'c
iFmet t.! lamII, Weh every family. many your name', glances I no enjoyment beneath the parental roof, seek feeding. It is a great error to
went out, leaving us in Your friend SOLO.N KOHINSOX.We ties have been sundered forever by the Ml down expenses
.Ollll\.1e darkns5 nanlly upon Ju. for it in places of public resort, becoinej _corrupted crowd too many chickens together. Wo
monster, jealousy if low I many bright I hOlcl Dear, eternally dear to your hearts may their and morals, and are''
-1 was still .los in manners :know of the patent chicken-hatching
( to the trap door, where I I add to the value have !been the foul of of Jesus be It has been to almost' nothing
Ln.I. Mnaiain: with thin cleaver raised deter- can our own testimony quenched by temper the religion even ruined. To this cause, more than to machines but we do know that fifty hens will
lUmen d to again of the Sweet (i urn tea, having experienced vicious indulgence J How many vagabondsare this moment, the staiT of my probity and the other, can bo traced the immorality of and raise more chickens

ted ltliClr !hl'1l1 strike if the necesit) presen- amazing and tpecdy relief from its use in :L now crowding the highway of life who source of my piece of consolation. Atone our any youth Look at this cit). Sec tho hundreds lay more lot eggs enclosure than will one hundrrJ.-upon
board : one or
thewj words I
Distinctly violent of which refused to made untoward in the I the most innocent and warmest
ttongh( they case dysentery, were so by some tl'p time saw I of dirty-faced brats which swarm our do not flourish in a crowded state, neither .
'Olec', :1l1J with were spoken caution in a very low yield to the usual remedies; we have also sacred enclosures of home ? Yet you shall : dc.iro of my heart, which I had for years streets, and insult every passer-by with impu- They will hens lay as well when great numbersare

I\\\" *! Srcat eeo anybody: Is there teen in the last five years, its wonderful benefit find, on investigation, that even in tho most I cherished, at onco crushed ; all my efforts to nity. Have they homes which are homes?- together. A hen is a right prudish old ha.dy "
'IIJ );';l1t in 01 t' in many other cases; we have used the degraded heart there still lingers somo traces attain them were vain; all sacrifices which No. They have places where they stay o' and affects great modesty in selecting her
room I decoction made from die }bark both of that affection which bound made for them lost. I sought a
4' \oa are well there green original once I had: were nights, eat, get scolded and whipped ; but as nest and laying her eggs, always taking a
was no answer to these 'iliere I and dried, and have discovered no JJl3tl'rialj i that now desolate heart to home. And there hand to help me, a heart to feel for me. a con for tho purifying influences of home, they are quiet, sly place when it can be found. Wt

"'a. a tilvncc questions difTerancc in the effect, both being efficacious.Franllin are times when those] cheeks are bathed in soling look, and 1 found not even pity, but to it.-Exchange Paper. readers
of a few minutes, after which strangers say, then, to our keep no more fowl
Farmer. tears while the heart beats for few exultation at misfortunes, railery
!c a moments coldness, my will
and feed well.
ai 'aUcnt 8a.rnl''oice exclaimed in an angry and with intense longing to enter that home I Ion and contempt. Hut how tranquil became my How to do ISusincss.-Advertise lIe is a than you can Provide*
for nil
tone shelters them the
.c. If : I: I met with the foregoing valuable receipt co more, which it long since deserted.New soul, when felt the consolation of Jesus : No shrewd man who advertise. This proverbial good will save manure,

\\'a y for you are afraid, you coward, make I several years sluice, nnt.1 1 have only to add, York Sun. hair fallfrom my head without the will of thy I I the world over. It is simply putting your and your gardens for all pay in their -inercasex |
iome one else Either advance productiveness, rollurc of chic e.
] the or I what has already been said by the Franklin Father in Heaven ;" when 1 looked upon the I goods, wares, merits, plans, suggestions and and then when beef your .k3
11) fcrnal resembles sole leaU
c.TuVr"ehadbellerbeofr powers" -, 1 Fanner"-that I have w hnehsed speedy relief o'nnn AM MKACUKK. letter from stormy and troubled days of his life, and upon Jt.rgainsc.., into the eyes of the universal and bacon becomes .er 4
lr,voice' eWe run a chance, suggested of an olh- ,I I: in violent cases of dysentery which refused Van Diemaa's Land states that Smith O'llrien the tranquility and serenity of his heart, upon public. l".vcry body reads the papers now a antI fresh will luxuries, young intI'elite"ttt.jia
being sur. eggs prove .ct.l.-
to the his battles and his glorious victory ; days.
(rlS d. Mick ison<' or the watch outside, I toyield usual remedies, by the use of has become tutor to a gentleman's family in upon _ _ Soil of the tiuvth.
lId he the Sweet Gum ; having it at command I when after his example} I threw myself down
111 MVB he can hear tIle gallop of a lion have used tint the colony, and that Mr. Meaghcr is about to before the Father of tho world, and Action i is, after all, tho main business of
this\ fresh bark and I
direction. gncn can prayer work while it i is called lithe i U down lo,)>
4' I with much confidence lecommend-its vary the monotony of"
J S'1l."bb\\J H.V the movement which then took} place ( OIfl lily OWI1 x'l'l1uuc-\: : G Ollil.PLN.) useS unto Inmsclf.n wife, in the j-hape'of Mis3 Kennetl : I forgot my own frailly and hurt .ighmtemlnmesim1iii to-day ;" and thought it i* worth nothing, unless stars ; if the earth i b djrk, keejj.. your, eye on*
roLbt'u'cre learning the TJ:n. a farmer's daughter. the feeling of lib love and fidelity forget it lead to and embody itself in l'ractice.I ILea,ClLLa .

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v--" From the JVVir Orltant Jojerz.Great. I as the MerchanU' Hotel; it is supposed thatit The next Presidency.Considerable Eng g of W hgcI. I Telegaphc News :I
I IJf) jloribion & 1aurnnL.TALLAIIASS:1 be manifested We from ) S. Taylor Ic.\GO, June IdVt
.Conflagration in San Francisco! was fired by some ill-doer who wished, by () interest begins to "t N. Y. J A dreadful storm 1 I
the which stands next subject bookseller 143 Nassau street, a prevailEd in
burning of the prison, by politicians and editors on the Ii"hlanr ]
Thf un11ipl! abm\, Cnpt Foster I the of Irniil : Henry county, on i
to Merchants' Hotel, to facilitate escape of the finely executed engraving of Washington, !
of the next In -
from Vera Cruz arrived this morning. She : I, Presidency. some Twcnty.five I buildIngs I
were blown
wind at :
the down
of the criminal But once !
tho size to be framed and Lung up as a and
J Jv'tt there cn the 9th instant By the Alabama States nominations have already been made, proper : three persona killed.
blowing in the opposite direction, the end.of SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1S51.rsis.
wo have dates from the city of Mexico! to the the incendiary was frustrated. All the cotn- sl I I but we apprehend there will bo.considerable parlor ornament.We -

1th in "ut. Through this meiiiam we have houses six excepted): difficulty in either of the have been told that the portrait in our
on the Levee, ( uniting parties on PHILADELPHIA
from San Francisco to thtth! of May Ozi'flie Editor, intending to be ab ent I j June 17.
news nil Main, all Centre streets, all the houses on : whose names have thus been an Representative Hal is an excellent likeness, A riot occurred this
fourteen days later than: our previous ad-i i- and all the from his post a few months, leaves the colurnns J personages morning at one 0'doc Vat
El Dorado street t, (two excepted.) nounced. In tho whigs are favorable and if so the engraving us, being an exact Bank a few miles below the
the disastrous htclliisaco letns\lmn net tit
c.j-8. They bring us Hunter street, but three, were of the Floridian & Journal, after the on
-which wo translate! aid: publish 1 !h;?. buildings on cstima of to Scott, believing him to be the most copy of a similar one to that, mU5t in this j I tho Jersey side. A German Ball l was gwen
The loss is week in friend. The
de'ourctl1Jt1H element.: present charge a
the house of J. A. )
I Iv.v of another conflagration in San: Fran- available and New be satisfactory to For the small at Diver which Tva
man, in York it is thought respect Ill j at
ted. at $1,\! \OQa. business of the Office will be attended to by tended by a of
disreputable: !
men, which, )has reducevl that city, or agat Woull not undertake to reproduce her? he has large party ia his favor. The sum of one dollar sent to Mr. Taylor, the en : numbr pericnjrein
of it rains. The loss i is : Mr. O. 81EI who is authorized : city.
portion to estimated -' the list (victims from these! two catastrophes SIT to'he speeches by Mr.Webster in New I graving will be safely forwarded, free cf postage : The Ball progressed
at about tiffcn millions! in our behalf. June 7.1S51.- rcent.pnaJe quietly until about 1o'clock
For the details of this calamity, we refer ; they fill two cJu-nns of tho Alta It is California sufficient York has caused a great reaction in Us favor l to any part of the United States. I when a number of persona went iuto

,nr readers to the translation! below, which to and they that arc in not San complete.Francisco, as well Uzr: For the information of the curious it among tire free sellers, and it is now believed We think this a favorable opportunity for j! the Bar room and attacked Mr.Diver,and Uj

mate from Le Trait Union of tio! 4th! say I those of citizens who have | assistants; a severe fight emmt\t. Th
\v< as at Stockton, V'I'few commercial houses, be to state that, in the abcnce, that he will be a powerful of our not already It r.eH.
may proper : hors aroused and after
in the of Mexico.I were about two
instant, publiJied city beloning! to Americans or foreigners, have es Journal Scott How the question will be settled between themselves of it, to obtain, at a I hour
of Mr. DYKE the ioritlian possrset sufficient
The Alabama brings ta consignees in this we, $ ; |a police was collected to disarm

city; 810,400 in specie. caped.It that the fire in San edit oursclf. Of course, we do ; and it iaai I President Fillmore, who, no doubt, aspires cheap rate, a fine engraving of the Father of I and arrest 17 of the rioter, who w-erctli*

California i is decidedly the country: for conflizrations. Francisco was at was first caused reported by the imprudence or slur upoa the genius of type to suppose oth-; to another term, and his Secretary of his country.If .. I1 I morning sent to Woodbury jail.

We have often hnd occasion remains be disclosed time. The Mr. Diver is badly injured, having :
: to in whose crwise. Oar principles have self-sustaining, State, to by I received
ot'the :
neglect ship painters, f.IQP : there ever was a time since the foundation -, several stabs, and he is not
notice i the fires which San Fan.tiaco expected to
frequent to these Messrs. of the North will endeavor live.
the lire began ; but gentlemen self- virtue and which nc.'dnot jwliigs i doubtlsS :
has bsen subjected. Lately l wo had tot have declaredthat working energy of our Government when men should lt[: Three- of his assistants were badly. beaUu, :
.. IblIess'r'e! : p-jbli--ly the aid,of human ;''i or varlh.l1. We i! to concentrate upon one man: in order to se- the dictates of and al I-o of neighbors. i
rd the nearly complete) destrtiction of Neri3a there in t iL ir store which pn o\rnet by patriotism, and ( Sfl tIe During !
was no light, to
; City, to-day have: to notice two terrible could! cause such an accident. Everythingleads hope this will be satisfactory to those whose 1 fcnre Irk election by.the peollt believing that should follow those impulses which lead them disturbance the bar was broken open and rob

: catastrophes! s, which havo reduced to to the belief that ia San Francisco: as frequent enquiries show th'U interested on ifthe election goes into of HeprcEentatives to act for the weal, that time is up. ; bed. Much excitement has.kea occlioo[ I

li!s the ricSieft parts of San Francisco and I' the and of the countrJs bv the occurrence.
d.mlt nt fctoekton._ the disaster was th; work of an j I the subject As to the flitn the absent power patronage 0: us. At no the adoption of the II I I
Stockton. Our readars remember, no I -
Government ill be wrested from thorn.
incendiary.When of that i is for! w
Editor mere pretence
that las the 4th of May, San Fran4t -I bpeaks Constitution hare such threatening dangers I
year the two months wantedto ST. Lori, Juna
people, This belief is unfounded
ago altogether
wish! it understood that we are lot 17
&?o \r in pait: consumed by a fire which j i we distinctly surrounded us a-j at the present. To !
1 the Lnw : two preservethe deaths 1
apply Lynch, by hanging but based the There were 59 by cholera in
.1*.lre yed the mercantile part of this new.born able to do our discoursing. one, 13. upon probable political tit
criminals, Stewart and Wilfred, the rascally 0\,1 Union under the gnarrantees of the Constitution city during the week.. Manyare
the 4th of in this it complexion of the next House of past ot.
May, as
'ity; on year ----------- Represent-
Australians who were in the city expressed and at the same time to protect our.l.. k:1\ing the cit.
Mew*, in fat:1:I commemoration of the! anniver- their dotennination to burn San Crumbs of Comfort. I atives. The relative strength of parties, so I

t :)',-for the fifth tino: in two years,-threefi They had a ship ready i in port Frmchco.-\; \ The extract from the X. Y. Tri- |: far as the delegations have been filled, is as selves from the assaults. of Northern r'1n.ti.I

.u ihs cf the: badness porlio.i of tho cityMv8 all folo\'ing cism, i is: the work which patriot should, WASHINGTON-,Jan I.
to transport 0: board they Luna shows what the opinion of the follow s : e\'er.
again burnt to ashes.ccer and hall alfl.\1 strive to accomplish. A ne\1 postal arrangement has been
start having
r acfoiuj I tionicts and free soders, headed by &' \ Whigs 53 Democrat 70-Free Soil azre
: says tIlt Alia! Califcmi.i, h.ts diabolical pr( cct. This [IIJtI was made. Many sacrifices feeling, if not of more I upon by which from the 6th July next I ri

lerribla conflagration o urrcd since the I known to the police. is on the i-ibject of the fugitive slave law.-; Whigs:0-Fre.' Soil Democrats 8, giving a substancial nature, maybe :but if: \ I be :regular exchange between the [Di.!

Naming of :Moscow. The the commenced a There is also a teport another fret Veri'-these i: people in thir mid triuinph; o-j majority of twenty-three to the democrats. required ; j,I States and the British lr.inct of e\
the ,4rht of the! success should be the result of the effort, who
little: 11 o'clock Breton
during l On Saturday L-.fore: ver Southern rights, have come to b.-Iicve that '! Even if all tho free soil democrats should( Hlcswici. Capo o\-a Scotia, :rJ
::j May, in the second story of the work shop I will regret the sacrifice ? Cut first of all, the i !, at the same rates } *
the 1 fire, an iuivdul! ] went to a merchant in I II I will submit to indignity that I give their votes for the whigs, there will still cwfoundlil established I
(>fchippainter, on Clay street, on the south ;I the dt.and. :ld\E-t.'d I him, if he had any valuable II v.c any may | evidences of a returning love of justice and of! for the U. S. and Canada mails. ;
Uo of Poitsmouth Square, and near the I choose to fix o: '':! u::. T!.,:; seem to have! bo a majority of seven.
goods, to pack them up and send the'lI1out the Constitution come (rom the! North, t -
Grand; 1'laza.When I of Franci-co because wouldbe that, although a p.ople are tisp.srtlto The thirteen States in which elections are Shl:1J
forgotten order
in to inspire us with confidence, and IkrFo\o, 1.Bellow' .
the! lire was first discovered, the deavwiicg dm ing the night of the :3d of )1:1n I I endure euls as long as they arc tolerable, j Je to be had were represented in the last I
clement had made but little I they must display a genuine repentance Express was robbed to-dayofSsT! ,.
progress, grand conflagration; :: hi commemoration of I II yet there i is a point beyond which forbearance !!, house by twentv-eiirht Whigs and sixty demo L"I 000, in batik
lLt all .-it once, the building where the fire I down and discountenancing all !! Cliatauque county notw. 'fZ&
the 4th of putting :
had occurred j
the ;
iiclr on :
tho American House and I cue \ would be degiadalion and I is peculLulv ;. ocrats, and one Free soil democtnt robbers effected their escape.
originated, a
the work of and of
' May, 1&30. It \:evidently! designs movements abolitionists to secure -
furniture tore on each tide! of ii, were enveloped : the! thieves, and murderers \\1.0.abound in Cal. i v EO with; us. The evils which are toc i I is scarcely probable that the result of unity of action in the South.

in flames.: The wind, which was at I ifornia. ..ue upon the South 1 by a persistence in tire, the elections in.these States can change the Bosro.f, June 13.

Jin& blowing gently, soon acquired the force I mad crusade against: her rights, wi not be of:' i relative strength already indicated. We There are those at the North who do not trial of Robert Morris, the !

">f a hurricane; the lire-engines rushed to the Extract of a K-tter to the Editors of the Ticayune a temporary or transient: r-ature, but will affect I; need not expect, however, that there will be believe that the South is in earnest in her sawyer Te, was suspended this morning}.colore;,

ffmi; but, their foreman and first assistantWing elated San Francisco 11. I threats of resistance, and hence they j tin Dana B.
I May I our children and our children's chiJren.1;, harmony and concert of action among the persist Spragne, and 'U 1 r. Walker, one of
absent the their
from city: help wasLsougat ; At quarter before 11 1, on Saturday night, their mad crusade against us. And why [ th jurymen to try thc case, was put naitr
: to bear with less rapidity and effect. I desolate the fairest portion of the ;: members? of pan t.y. Dij'.btless! 1 1i ;
| May :Ud: !, the alarm /f fire was given, and I II 1.i[ ether many this skepticism { Because from our devotion I examination for perjury.The .
As soon a<< the! first: three! houses were enveloped found that it proceeded from a building on1le .I earth. !i of the democrats, as well as the wings, will ., very I charge brought against Lim is that ha

ill flame, i it became (,\iJt>ntl.r impost I The I who to what extent the interests have towards the candidate to the Union, we have heretofore forborne j
south side of POI bmouh square.] And can Fay j : strong affinity took oath to bring in a true verdict under the

to eubeliie' the fire, which ran in the fol. flames soon communicated to tie; Uryant of the civili/ed world would he injured, who may'lJe most tinctured with free soilism, to act, when, if we had been disloyal ;, law and evidence, where as it i is alrgedtiat! !

Itwiug course: : On the! West, it :H :end.d11"J the House, and thence to the City II ott-1. It was and what amount of distress would be occasioned -i but should the election go there, we not to the Constitution, we might have acted j he has long bet-n violently opposed to the Fugitive .
to street I may
*reel, near Dnpont ; on supposed that the! fire would] lr vc been without compunctions of conscience, and was a member of tha: Committee
f loutb it crossed Sacramento street, near to checked here, but as the wind increased the bj' such a calamity, since the failure [ hope that the South, holding the balance be- I disturb(\.lI any, of Vigilance, to rescue Fugitives.

f'aliforaia, parsed Kearney street, and extenttod \ llatnes were borne across Kearney stinet, pursuing of one cotton crop only would throw out of i twcen the two parties at the North, will refuse to our peaoe. I Messrs. Seaver arid \:-hhum four Common .

on the eou'Ji, crossing California, as far its ravages thence towards the water, I j employment thousands who depend upon I I to unite with either except upon such I is tue duty of thoso at the North who I j Council, anti other witnesses te=,tifvto

us Pine street ; on the east, along Tine: street, II from Clay to Sacramento stred.I I profess to believe that we are in earnest, to j rS:1tion5'hh Walker in which he"de.
!their daily labor for the necessaries of lire.I .-!, terms asH secure election of the least I conn ,
: it readied! Gausome street ; and, on the north, I On Montgomery street three! entire squares I I war these skeptics of the (danger which i clared Le was a member of the Virginia Committee .
I Cut to the! i is- j exceptionable candidate. To effect thk,
il towards California cast
ran : cxtrc-llere i
: were built of brick, and being! deemed fireproof I threatens the Union, and if they will not Ii..- j and no colored man should be Liken
destroyed ul! the houses in Battery street, I' And what is the execution of this fugitive j there should! be nominated man upon whom '
no one supposed that they would be I ten to the voice of let them bs I out of ,bs5n,hu ctts. The trial created much
which forms the upper ! of the cor.flagralian I I touched. The flames swept on, however, I slave) law upon which wean; gravely told the : the South could rd\', and in whose favor re:30r put j interest.
with the exception of the north-vast issues of life and death to tlis Union andovcrr.xnent down as worse than traitors to the country. j I
ith increased fury, until( it became evident j they should cast their votes. How important t Another despatch fays, the balance of!!e
jioint, where, crossing Battery street, it con- 1\\ the of the : bedestroyed. G Lung ? Does buely We of the! South must, if we cannot save !!
j must lit every will be the
greater yf. ., : is it for our rights and interests that we should rescue cases postponed to next
turned several buildings as far as the waters ] I'uek and iron resi\:i !know that it amounts to nothing! practically : j( Southern I the Union, save our eh'e3. I was the 11\, 'irg j: term of t'ra Court. They may as well bo I

of ihc bay. I the JIat It \\as an a\'. .'d l sight i to behold! j Docs it lot COtl good deal more than.iticomo.s ; unite upon grounds in order to |I injunction of the! great Calhoun, and if it i is postponed_ 9.innennutiy.Jenny 1 "-. '. I .

In another direction, the fire, in the beginning Thieves were loading with j Inn. i, to for an' owner of an absconding defeat the designs i of our enemies, who seekto nlll"j Lind's concert to-night fully attended .
will deserve the !
ran down Clay street to Kearneytttci'i : der, and ii: their egelwsswro caught in \ chatt to repossess himself thereof ? Do not i j possess themselves I of the power of the disregarded: we tyranny and the receipts were $0,000. Siba

; it followed, towards the north, along I iI the flames and sunk amid the falling ruins.- fugitives fly in droves to Canada at its i; government for the purpose of effecting our oppression which! will!, with hooks of steel, was warmly welcomed. '

I Kearney as far as Jackson street ; towardsthe I Others whg battled with the fire, in hopes ofsaving approach ? Indeed did not Mr. Speaker j I destruction. We believe ourselves the ( be fixed upon u;.

east, along Jackson Montgomery), ando their property, Mere, when hope was Cobb himse-lf declare: here in New York, in I| upon i > .

) tho north to Pacific street ; on the east, toBroadway .I gone'/ buried in the buildings, from which effect, that it was only the name of the thing i issue will elefcr.d.: LIHT.HoesE Mo3qrtTo.-We learn CWINXATI, Jane 17.

and thence, tli.igonally' to Vnllc- tJre:5! no egress. that they were after, and not th runaways North-Carolina----Sentiments.We --- from the Jacksonvilla! Republican that the The City Council to-day ptssedln orJI-

jo street, and fil1:111.crCl. &"ing Battery street, j therriFe-hes! that J And nance establishing a quarantine Wow the
The streets like get
being planked, were :sea 11'l'xpected extract the following from the resolu- Government has ordered the! surveying steamer -!
in sn eastern tlircftion, it cMinguULcd i itself: I of fire. It was supposed our building would ,\ did they not get 'asage.of the city. Every boat arriving from N. Orleans\

en tlio boiilers (II'l the bay. I stand-the walls were solid brick, eighteen i law ? Don't the South understand that tlc,' tions adopted by the convention of the democratic Ilertzel to proceed to .Mosquito Inlet Las still a large number sick on board, mostly -

. In all this circuitous ruin, embracing a inches thick, with iron shutters; still the heat i CJvii't get their escaped slaves Il matter party of the eighth Congressional. District about the frt of July next, for the purpose ;, cases of Cholera and ship fever,sonetimes

mile in length by half a r.iilo! in width, it did I intens": that the latter became red hot many: laws are crowded upon the statute in ..ortl Carolina, 1 by which 1 F'O '}"10S. of locating a site for a light house at that as many as thirty cases.

not leave fifteen, buildings unburncd. Therejre and\:5 E it touk fire inside, being the last t brick I j book, or crammed down the unwilling throats : Uiiifin was nominated for Congress. point Our hospitals are full! of these patients.

some whose walls arc still erect, but Jll11 building to burn. The fire continued j! of the North I Are not the living blacks slid' !There are but few cases of Cholera in tie

their contents wero consumed. Some \: j I 7 on Sunday te rlgl'tuuti j along to Canada, secreted, and othcrie'! 3. lrsolrct That while we yield to none FKOT IN JrrsK.-There was :white frost city aside from the above, and! the health of
in the Federal Unionas
; nnd :frs have faithfully preserved their dc- '!i. Sing 'doc portion of the dcstro.-I, koj.t out of the reach. of their mnstlrs ? s 1: nJcnt to on the night of the 17th instant, on the low | our citizens generally ii good.
I ni ( to us by our fathers, founded!
I bequeathed
pouts in the mid&t of the (lames. Nineteen tin- Union dissolved because Shadrach .
I!: die exception of half: a dozen establishments.Tclcgraj ) wasrescued the Constitution, at the time grounds in the vicinity of Boston. At Need-
blocks of houses have been destroyed ; the would it ]have been if Sims had upon same we Florida Claims.
I or
jevcaptd j ham it till o'clock the next .
profess no attachment or reverence for Union morning. II
number of buildings burnt is not easily ascertained "(( fl'tt Savannah Gemyian. t The rl'SCl1 was made the occaflon : t We learn from the New York Journal of

but they must number r.t least fifteen Four Days Later from of an extra ebullition of Southern scoria-1 I I based upon uSlrpetlo\\: and will bear no Silver in Pennsylvania. mine has re-1 I I Commerce that the U. S. Attorney General's

hundred. The total loss has bi-cn estimated NIW.VOHK: Ecrcpe., June 'JCd. belched through Union throats in various'latitudes : allegiance constitutional)rigl.ts.rmcnt! which disregardsour eently been opened about two miles from I:'! opinion on the subject of the Florida treaty

at twenty millions dollars; the exact calculation and the ( have: had the : I;i claims, was finally rendered U the President
The Arctic has arrived with 100 'Sl'Il woul 4. Resolved, That the spirit of Phecnixville, Chester County, wLL-h yields
it fifteen millions of passer aggression
must to !
bring same results, but th i is no compli- : un111) i, on Saturday. The claimant,are by this opbion -
dollars. The fire completed its destructive : gprs, bringing Liverpool) dates up to June merit that the peculiar friends I of the South manifested in body of the about tm.( ounces of pure silver to the ton, ; which the President and members af the

wojli in ten hours, the last builiii.ig was nothing I 11 tho and the Union j pay their Southern hretlm:11when I Northern; people upon the constitutional and fifty per cent of lead. The :cabinet will abide by, remitted to Congressfor
LIVERPOOL, June llth.-Sale* of Colton rights and peculiar institutions of the South,
but a heap of ruins on 4lh at 'J) A. ,r. they Fay the !haJow: of things satisfies ; says that the whole valley of the l farther legislation; to carry out the pros
si.ce the 7th *1,000 bags, of which speculators have brought this: great to the
The I Thousands' of ; vergeof
scene was o ?cting. : them that content with the U.Jlit of the of1S1O.-Baiiinoremer-
they i.ns
; arc rejection ;
Schuvlkill teems with mineral l wealth such treaty
and took 5,500. Market i is destruction, and a now arrived as
I. men, women and children were running mad I exporters : by Congress of the though ican, June 10.
with demand. I 'Wimot j: when forbearance is virtue and lead iron and coal.A .
firmer no longer a ,
about the streets. The city was full of inhabitants steady I
I I they know that slavery go into New The opinion strongly sets forth the obligations
of honor and ----
Bullion increased! in the principle
without a shelter. But what made the Money steady. I Mexico! and Utah arid,that! satisfied : every sel'.presertioncommand of the to forthe injuries
I they are i H\u lilT AK SrtNEn.- government pay
bank of, Consols closed at 07 us to red.-t aggression TOLER\DL\ I
11101"1 iIJlp teethe unfortunate { any
Fpcctacl mow was to EIbnt1 :
with show of the execution of the fugitive done to individual '
.1 property by our troops-
to )S. Securities were in activedemandrates : with every means that (God and nature has In Boston post of the 17tli ia;t we find
from time time tlC
beings, to rushing I slave law, though it does not secure the re- : I | who had ruthlessly laid waste whole plants
i j tim-hangf d. I i placed in our the hard Lit at Mr. Sumner the
from tho flames, running into the strce-ts; turn of a single slave, only] at a cost of iiion !. ( I' following trons, burnt houses, destroyed crops, andpro-

and, after useless l attempts to escape, falling, I, Accounts from Manufacturing: Districts till trouble and expense t than he is worth. I Resohcil, That should the Xorth'r I newly elected United States Senator from daced a gt-ieral famine among the inhahit-
favorable. I States, regardless of the sarcd of
0 from weakness into the! street, before hundreds are more I Arid] it is a still more significant i intimation : obligations Massachusetts: j ants. It also considers that the awards made
!j Hooker Hyde Cotton Hro- I the Constitution, of principle of justice /
speculators unable to lend them help., Two Pailurc-'lr. that consider the) Southern people destitute every I 1 !by the? Florida territorial courts for interest
they Love for the Union is natural and ,
individuals thus burnt alive in the j ker, has failed : liabilities from; two to threehundred j i and of e'&ery patriotic emotion, persist in their very .
were of Jill reuse when declare the ascertained value cf de.I
common thoy in a chosen to the United upon property
unlawful crusade the institution of becoming person
thousand Messrs. Finch i against
It streets; MX others! perished in the iron buildings their belief that they: will forthwith dissolve! I I I' stroyed, from the time of its destruction till
I States Senate for six the G nioneloesn't
Iron Merchant failed liabilities hundred slavery, we stand ready to unite with our11Jthren years. I
of Messrs.; ToaiTe! and!! Eight ?, ; one I
the Union if these should to the date of the decree and ought to
l phantoms ceaee i last, tho Senator's occupation'sgone. are just
eighty thousand pounds. I of tho South iir the defence of our
]persons are known to have fallen \'ictims- ant adorn tho where tlie shadows: have beenplaced : I be paid! ; but it holds that the government has
4 twenty others were more or less wounded.- The Cambria arrived at Liverpool l on the \.1 while rights. __ ____ ____ ___ Ii them.
mock them. under
: to delight they I no authority, existing acts,to pay
Since tho fire two have been killed 6th. ) 0. Resolved, Tnt the Compromise acts of FROM FI.OUIDA.-The steamer Magnolia,
men by We l know well (enough that the slaveholders I j Kucli? seems the opinion of every preceding
Trade at Amsterdam Coffee tho last Congress having become the law of
the falling ruins. stagnant are not content with the present state! I j Capt McNeltv. did not arrive until yesterday : Secretary of the Treasury on the S14bject..t
FrancUeo with the Sugar and llice unchanged. the: land, we arc willing to \lilt: by the-t. so
the San
of the Ata! California papers, were burnt exception A collision had occurred between sailors of things, as regards either the territories or i long as our Northern brethren will adhere to at 1 o'clock, having been-. detained by verv v It was proposed, some time ago, by tao

and Austrian troops at Hamburg, with the the rnuawa : i I them as a settlement of the difficulties be- stormy weather, on the Florida coast. The ;I claimants, that the cases should be reterreai
Two of them the Herald aid the Pacificse.s .
If t the 1 South were in earnest in sayinthe' i It.) the U. t?. District Court of Florida for re-
have Mime'd the ir publication loss of se\-emllh'cs. twet-n the two sections of the country, and storm is said to have been vcr severe in Florida -
already ; would attempt dissolution: if the North ) ': adjudication ; but this is thought! unnecessary,
tha others will Ten have Crops.In England the crops are prornisinnr prose their patriotism by carrying out and the cotton and have suffered -
' soon appear. days would not J.tur their fugitive slave, then "H and, the letter. corn crops i and would! not vary the ultimate' deciswa! of
; $ acts in their spirit to I
elapsed since the catastrophe, and already < tln-y would attempt it now, they would have much damage. In some places on the j the present administration on the subject-
Parliament had until after Whit-
2oO or JJ03 houses have been completely rebuilt adjourned it for the North does These resolutions breathe the proper spirit. : of in*
euniidc. The Committee on Indian Iron attempted long ago, lot coast the corn has been blown completelydown. Congress mutt authorize the payment .
} or will be soon. and not return tl'cm. hide them They show that whilst the democracy of the ndrmniat
terest before the
or damages
wi of rain fl> in
Large quantities
tho Panama
Steam Navigation reported against The.
Tlie energy of the population has not been I and they send them to Cann The South, North State still cling with ardent attachment Ild I "ill make the payment, though they tW1t1r'i k
and in favor of Cape of tlood Hope route. t lol instances it with
affected this fifth and cruel misfortune.Take .- some was accompanied
by and tho whole! South sees it and knows it.- to the Union as founded the I claimants entitled to it.
France.-Lamartino has declared himself upon
court'ge, bay* the Alta Califomi:1-and, The fact that creatures of the Federal Government I' 1.aii.-Sar. Neicx. The amount involved in the claims is about
in fact business has but been in favor of a revision of the Constitution.Tho Constitution, they will not submit to further -- I
suspen and then nab and deliver
now a runaway nine hundred thousand dollars.
ded. The commercial houses, in expectancyof President is about making another furnishes the South an excellent pretext I aggression upon our rights. They show that (A Key West paper says, that the Senators Yulee and and Berrien are among!

- the rebuilding of their houses,have announced tour through the Pro\'iucS_. ---- for professing satisfaction, and for an \ the spirit. of our fathers is not yet dead.- sponge which will be gathered that neighboriiood I!I the chief agents and counsel for the claimants.Mr. .

-J that their ollice s and stores havo been Sevtre hail Sorvn.-'I'iio following ex.1 extra threat, and threat of what they would f They indicate a love liberty above' and superior during this season, will be worth fifty i Corwin was one of the counsel bat relinquished -

, transferred into other parts of the city. tract from a private letter to a gentleman of have done if such creatures had. not been to any feeling of attachment which thousand dollars. A number of French all connexion with the case previ.
The goods which were so low before the "
.\ gives an account of a severe hailstorm found. manufacturers are said to be using the material ous to taking office.
event, have, all at once, lisen five times in uU&t j could exist towards a Union under a violated

value; rents have increased in the same pro : Hero we are told that the North does not and broken constitution. in the making of the finest broad cotl, Read tlis to your SIL"rathfarts.-Th character
LEXINGTON Dcrox Juno 17.
portion. San Francisco, in a word, was, at and will not return our fugitives. We are to The sixth resolution expresses the willing by mixing it with wool or with cotton. The of the young men of a community *

the dates in mo&l strange commercial (Wo were yesterday evening visited by be comforted lJ the pends much that of the women.if -
last a shadow and not the substance of the Convention to abide the frabric produced by this combination equalsin I on young
the most terrific and destructive Wind and ) ncss by compromise accomplished
situation. has been misfortune of things, and a mere of the acts the North will adhere lustre the finest Saxony, and is as strongas latter are cultivated, intelligent,
The firm of Durgoync & Co, found fifteen Hail storm that it ever our slow so long as the young men will feel the require

hundred thousand dollars in their safe after : to see. Our crops of Oats and Cotton execution of the fugitive slave law is to satisfy to them, and will prove their patriotism linen.A ment that they themselves should upwright,

the fire. are a perfect wreck. Our Cotton on our I us! by carrying them out in their spirit and to correspondent of the New York DayBook and gentlemanly] and refined; but if their female

of tIle Custom House have place cannot make an ounce to the acre.we .- The Tribune is tho hand of friends frivolous and the JOu!,
Tho officers right organ: the letter." We believe that this is the sentiment writing from Louisville, Kentucky, the are silly,
saved the funds contained in the edifice, by are gratified to believe it was not exten. Seward, and the doctrines of Seward are I I men will be found dissipated and worthies*
of Southern State. Even South olate which Mr. Clay pledged to send
a regi.
sive. Yours trulJ.-ClwrlcscIII Courier. every is t
throwing them into a well; a million of dollars in New York But remember, always, that a sister
thus secured. --- -- controlling lnsacmstt Ohio Carolina would, in our opinion, yield up her ment of horse dragoons into South Carolina best of brother's integrity. She
were what the a
is to woman tun j is to and
Tho following edifies have been destroyed : the Plclsur flower-if moderately enjoyed, it beautifies Pennsylvania. And if these doctrines : objection to the Compromise (not, however, to subjugate her people discourseth thus : t is the surest inculcator of faith in female parity

Tho Custom House, the Union Hotel, Parker it refreshes, and it improves ; if immoderately continue to prc\.ni,how long is it supposed because the approves of it,) could she be satisfied "They (the Kcntuckians) are willing to and worth. As a daughter, she is the

House, Adeiphi Theatre, Dramatic Museum, it withers, deteriorates, and destroys. I before even the shadow is withdrawn, that the Northern people will come talk Union every thing for 1 and true light of the home. The pride of the lather

I National Hotel, New Woild Hotel, City Hotel But the duties domestic life, exercised, as especially since it is thought that all tie I to their constitutional Let Ibis in good f faith ; but if lute shoul will their oftenest centers on his SOIlS, bat MSt
Merchants' Exchange, Koss Building, they must be, in retirement, and calling forth threats! of tho South have been false clamor.. square up hopes to the test, they will as I pillar of fection H expended on Iris daughters. -D

American Hotel, Revere House, the offices of all the sensibilities of tho female, are perhapsas And when these crumbs of comfort taken the North give us evidence of their determination tie South. They seriously believe that South I should, therefore, bo the sun and centre CI

the steamship Company, the ships Niaiic and to the full development of her are to carry out the fugitive slave law, to Carolina is about to withdraw from the Union, all.

; I. the General Harrison, &c. &c. charms necessary, as tho shade and tho shower are to away, we may look for a bolder stroke than respect our rights, and to cease to :agitate the and should the North sti chin to her Sew.

has heretofore been made. will then be ards and Snmn.r in crisis, and the Pres- RAIX.-After more than forty days of very
info and
The conflagration in Stockton, taking the rose, confirming iu beauty and increasingits I slavery question, they will not only Lear
whether the South will idtrnt call out the United Slates Army to ub. and hot weather had for the last two
account the comparative importance of tho fragrance. seen act efficiently, no more of secession, but they will fine! us as Palmetto dry we
due ,
city, has been, perhaps, quite as disalrous as and, in our opinion, those who will have tho Constitution filly thousand Kentucky days, refreshing showers in the ater-noon
devoted to and the Union
A and its performance should as bayonets the music of Uncle Sam,
in San Francisco. This took place promise "rgeution.Pensacola
the ono c raised the whirlwind will find it difficult if not which were of material benefit to
on the next day, the Situ of Mapr; tho fire l>e. lke scales of a true balance, always pro. when the deadly crasp of British maritimepolicy" and make Carolna'! cause her own. Mark
direct tho storm, Democrat lth June.
mutual impossible was' fixed ujron their commerce. this prophecy. -
I nn j in a new and splendid building, known Mt a adjustment. -


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of Gold Spcktakles, a readin away likes he i from the Savannah Gtorgian. ,Emuiin.a; BT ErVIST.] OBITUARY.Died In Chancery.

uo Ccirntey. I'kntlay.q ) was makin a epcech. I was so disgustid I The President against Slavery. Fletcher Institute-Florida Co fertnce.a fci Quincy, on Thursday 19th instant Mrs. MIDDLE CIRCUIT-JEFFERSON COUNTY.

,-.. f i'.ppc yu wont s'1 niaJ st"Lfr. wouldnt listen-prescntloy 1 herd the Doctor, We cite brlow a leller from the President TJlOilASVILLE, GEORGIA. AMANDA FRANCES, wife of William M. Campbell MidVina Philips! )

tl'e ol litin of the United in the 26th of her vs. > Bill for Dirorce.Philips .
: Slates ,
| ::g tjjjn liberty yn now yu kin, now yu cant, now yu kin, now : lo the p < pe! of Boston. year age. ILIert )

B,< -* I flO you wont uhcn yofind caiit I moved up closer, and such a site ; Were we not already prepared, by his prcvious THE Committee T apoearirifi to lh" jati>f.idioa f.f the Court> by
Iia:* J31t that I'.rant "f'/f/rn.- j-u lift, for such avowals we might well be appointed by the Hoard of t17 WE are authorized to announce JESSE M. { aSdafit m dc in this ta--e that Kobeit Philips,

'- : vjioutan) our tiuntific Docter had John a straddle of surprised to seo the Chief Magistrate of the Trustees, make to the Public the following ROBERTSON as n cnndLlate for the office of Tax DefriMisnf, W< not rc-sidc in this Tar. but in lhUnilnl <,
'J'ln! ar a man of giond inif in the battle field, in unknown, 5', the ordinary
< >r nob y his ivry cane a charging at whole Union denouncing as an "evil," the Asseaor and Collector for Leon County, at the election parts

, ; I an; that yu i is allars redd.) to tel Palo Alto, an never t'll then do I recollect very basis upon w ich rests the civilization, REPOP.T : in October next. Juno 1 *, 1S51.3T // h process IhrrtfuTf nf suhpctna OrJ/Tfr/.That cannot be said served DfeDd upon
,itfslB! n0"jcrsclf anhat utlicifff wealth) and well-being and life of the I.v 1 t S 1 8,the Trustees purchased three hundred acres CcmpUinant
; vou feeing any thing riuiculus, to so men engaged yea, WE authorized to HALEY T. bert Philips appezr aad answer the Bill of -
** *V caul Well people of neaily half the Slates. What bus- of Laml anJ erected two Urge two-btory bricking UuilJ- :: are announce Sled inthi, cjd;within three month-' foci
, r 1 tberfnr on _vu. in tm-h nonsense. Dircckly he off his BLOCKER Es candidate for the cfScc of
ti) 0 get int'sslias the President lo meddle with slavery on an clig-Uc hill half a mile from Tbomasville. 'iiiire, as u the first publication of this Order, 01 said Bill will
i* tVvc wat 1 escil an herd, tie bf stick, the Dr. sos Stu'ibs wat do yu se, yu ar and enclosed six Sheriff of Leon County, at the election in October be taken fir confwed against him.
I either void around
It is l them.
by or act 1 no luiiaes olhs acres All of which At Chambers. TallahiWe. June 20. 135:.
v", "l lekle if tsiat bin up to Talla'it in Cr.liforny, di 'gin gold; yees, ses he, (rakin one way or the other* And yet we see cost about Fhre TLounn Dollar?, contributed principally next May 21,1951. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &c.

$stgr tni: t 1 Wo instrcwnicntal in the lloor,) dontyu foci rich fais he, yees sed him cumin;: out publicly, and in return for a by tlid citizens TbomasvHle anti vicinity. r WE are authorized to announce D. W. Jnn.21, 1SII. 2t 3m

iafcrmafehunar cwnplimrut offered lo him by I he people of one In February, 1849, the Institution under C5WYNN candidate for the office of r.f
fr. EO far as given Stubbs I hay got the od dime, an I recon it was opened as a Judge JOHN P. I:. SAVAGE,
.;u'n section, branding as an "evil" to he got rid >f the superintendence c-f Mr. Wu. 0. HL>T, Principal, Probate for Leon County, at the election in October
for I dont he had but AiTLY T LAW
so recon one.
ucer :"cherished and invaluable institution of the and the Ilev. G. A. JlAttrrrE, Assistant, of the Male next. May 17, 1831. ,
;; gitda to be a grate The j eej-le all lafled an stomped the floor, oilier Di-partment, and the Rev. R. II. LICKET, Princ'pal, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
wedont ilicd We authorized to DANIEL 13 tf
if git
- i '' want of bg. an wliat I !h-cr cm hid been mixing up with! Jim Jeuit, an he United States, (ins ited as such to Charleston! ,) Dcparttnciit In a short time Mus Fount resigned, McRAENY, Eqr, as a candidate for the ofEce of Quincy Male and Female Academy
'1 Sheriff cf Leon at the election in October next
' C.1' <.'an' -" men* fur J tel -VU ttaCr lft him like all with whom ha has bUiincss h-i'J writifn to South! Carolina, condemning asa and Jfrs.( (1. A. Ilirmsva* employed to fill the va inoy. County rpHE next session will commence on MONDAY,

j i .sian," au them is the nuMitior doplorab'e: "evil," th.! hireling ystemofthe Mrs. A. R. Siiraoxs vas employed in tlJt; JIu>icDepartment. WE are authorized to announce JOHN II. JL July 7 tli, at which time it i U exp<-cted that the
1eer th.1 vilh his firmer in; l.'u mouth an pcnnylcss.Dat .- new Academy will bo ready for the reception of thuSchoid.
. it : 'OUL North ; whit: would !have been thought of it ? The Catalogue fur that reported RHODES, as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor .
Ijtt U
' t'' w Kdctar fore I proccacl Mr. Editor 1 have rittcn a long Icttaranhalnt Migl.t l he not, and would fp not have been one liia'lre l an-1 thirty-tlircc btuJcnts; tea of wLom and Collector fur Leon County, at the election in Efficient and faithful Teacher* are employed in tho

; il 1itW, finished %'ct I will lite yu again soon, jus'ly denrimceil) from Maine to'IVxis ? were fi; gl.t gratuitously.InFibrurjy. October next Apiil 10, 1851. several Department The Institr.ti< n H provided

1ctt.r, I flfllSt ftit t4bear IJ.t1 farther bout book Tr.flinj! .">s sone: may Le disposed to re nrd the with an extensive Chemical, Philosophical, arid Mathcniaticul -
;: an giv yn perticklers, a big 1850, Institution commenced its
; I is line iieso fellers this letter oft tin* Pie irI fur VI
flw- he i b gain to curcalt.lo down with us, bout the of Gnvernment. Now. for; see' 1 1 Urm, with Mr. U \V. CAVE, Aat-Utaut ia the B. F. ALLEN, Esq, as a cmi'li'late for the office of valuable Cabinet cf Mineral The inrrea-e in the
; iaiJ of t! ese aanlific inea, an if litMnry o'ir Mali Dopartmtnt, nod Mis A. C. Assij- number .>f students fn m abroad having rtndered it
: Sycology. Judge of Probate of Leon County at the election in
I the first time, has the Picsi: 'J"nt of I the United that artirmmoilatioiw should bo
nn re ample
fine moat taut in the Fcr.ulu
CSjIernaslia yu can Yours Dt-parlnicnt and Mr A. R. SIMMOXI necestnry
.. n: ; truly,*%s I thrown th-j weight ofhis n ii.i**, cia our. October next. provided new building* fur a bounlhig Liaise en a
ti.e Ui.U IV ra, way lo\vn in Jon DOATE3.J.r : was continued ii the Mu-ic Dcivu-tment The exten.-ive than the firmer MI? was, have
ff Icr and influence into t the scales of I thrive who To the Citizens of Leon County. more plan
1im Catdti ue for ISO s-ho\fS oiie hundred and j-ixty ftuduis I under the the
erected and are new chr.rgef >
'r \\ i-ii, no as I was gv.'inc loH'v are laboring for, and desiring t the overthrow
yu I respectfully announce myself a candidate for
r'r ihe ia rIeon /ry. ( : MX of whom received instruction free of tuition. : Principal Board may al l be obtained trhh evcral
d i ft-llers cams upp frun: of I the Homeric, inSIit'ul louis of I llie South.- the office of of Probate for the of Leon in
: us The First Secession of South Carolina. In Ftbrunry lat, tha Institution commenced its I' Judge County respectable faBiIuu; the pLicc. TL- price of board
c: t' likes lo be noticed ; An yet; (alas for us !) there uie unezu i in the I at the election in October nest varies from 3 to 10 per r.wiiith. For further! particulars .
') vrtf we When fiR'tidd draw lessons of third term with increased uiritr the
to our policy jiatroiui, ?arne
n'g) sve!: h'litiing Stales who \vjil praise; I tliis l I. tter respecting rates of tuition, ic., see printed
I.'Jlur, yu no vvY ve like to on the |>aitof thu General loieir.mont to as they have the ec'ies' of WKPSTKU, Uourd of I'Lstrucfion, <'sct-pt Miss CArtK.3, \\lAO TC- 15, l3I Catalogue, TS hich. mav be obtained l,r applkatirn to
1 1? 'tis becaucto thcca fellers[ isjalo( or ccMTre $outij; Carolina, f.-oin tie! signed and 5Ii i AUABM.LA G.iLE.rvrrn: wa employed --"-- K. IL STEWART, PrbciraLQuincv.
.4 \\v, the firs' olllcer events of the Revolution, it i is not inipropi.-i: ui her ate 'I. In the of the Groceries. June 11. 1S51. 2 S St .
cary part present year, a
huni'' ffl's, and< tryia lobe popolur, he M) far in rufe's liis ho ltiiiy !to t the South
the that we should look to the same source for as to declare forever against i the admission of small building wiu enctcil for a Mu>ic llooni ; und, JUS7 reeked from New Orleans, per schr. Win fl.I Notice.T'lIE .
feimc as wc gt upon
;:vd 'ic': j'1as I instruction and illustration. ,
"S t Almost every slave tiiep.t.l willi: a liix-rat ) tr(5Itg; o :nd gwitral factirjn to the % auVcriber, who lkX< M.ttlcd permanently w

: .!! : 1.) tWI1 lung tliar by that big position they have taken to deter us from vindicating : ( (',' !, s are pocted in vote for one pat re*if of the Institution, WB are fati .Ge-l that its 4 4 C Ca.k4 ls Side Shotilder. *, I TuHhact% begs pernii-uioii to Under his pro-
t-nlls the Masous curf,3rT oar lights by from the l"i- ftii.ionalenices to the citizens of this city and vicinity
i. Lmi!: "!iat thi-y seceding; ofthetwufui; the Presidency in lSo'-2 jiormanenco con no longer bn of doubtful diameter.Tlw 2 Tierces Star Cured hams,
" i joti taken in ing hi.-tiwtion on the I'iuno Forte. He will
wore by thoselto l the gn
disLs! hands nn < 2 Plain
t'ji-y rm.s out, an oppo-e In! titutinii is free frojtn all iTiliamiwnient, bet call at the residence tf either in town cr ia
disnii-lion of the Union then uthJroat :20 t bbl-. Extra low,
;!i" < woman aa the cbiWernvut o\isiing % Lnrrin rno3i PKt'nis.xT Fitoionf:.-Atth we greatly need help! to iricjvan the facilities* of eda-' the country.
.; :jw (; H itiin. Do fnVnds t C dozen IVrter.ijusrta.V .
the tlie boggs, bouthu:1Ytl : our now warn u I < iri'e1 lin I of I the !!<>.-! :! Cummoii Council, cati'jti.7e lave no room frr I'lulrsoj hical and I'i.t. Fur terms pica"? apT-ly by rote to the undersigned,
tiC cr< p, llint we are rashly plandug into .1 coiitcet S'tatin.' if erie or several chul.u arid when in tha
fl4 Tlnnsfl.-iv r.i !:t, t ll.e following IMI tr !fr :iRihc Cher.iinil ApjT.ratus, n'> Library Room, and no Lcc- 1 l-ox Ja'ne< Alu, Tobacco, ; ;
: : an: soiarthe, an colbrthp. which mast cud i ii: di atr anti nin; ? Do tlu'varray country ihcj distance from tcwn, as the price of tti-
ii: li> Gallon Bouad
;; P osii<>nl ui'the United States wus read I In tire Iloorn suitable for annual exatuinutinns. Vv'e C Kegs Iron tion will .
ti't3'! .1 tjc! bc -t of H: most all: before: Us lo!; power of the 1 wieral d'ovonmuntf 5 Boxes Star CKiidltic, v ry ;.rdngly.
'- liJjt: .Vr. iJiiiily : need :i lmu% for the. s various interests, and fr olht-r The nn i, *. '' '.' ? ti"t! is f O anxvtws to *;a us Do they paint our \\eaknets and a'rl then 1 Uarrt-1 Lou iana Rum, wine of the principal manufacturers of P.ano Fcrfca
!* [ I- W.veinxGToc June 9. 1S51.I jiti.po-cs, t'- will have in our own country C Dwxea 1lerrin .
our inability to protect our commerce, or at New York, Bo>>ti'n, end PhiLvIelphia, which ena
5w to town thinks \vo cliaps from vindicate the honor of our Ihig on the high Francis riiiy.Prcddcn'oftficCtuncil Goiaz.z..i faciliucs! togi\e aa cJiica.Uon crjual to viLer Iiistitu- 4 1 Barrel- C Cru-Jied
tl"1! Bull 1'rara, ar thursU'y, nnD tku!. Snirnr. withe authorized Agent for Messrs. Gilbert fc CO'A.
ats-J] ?
*:j'an: goat Do they wanj us not to rely on th.- cflhe:/ City cf Iioacn : All of which will be soli lov.' fur ca .li. TirA ..Eohnn Attachment iHano All in-trunients ordered
(iroccsio; and talis us uj. support ofour: f-i.-U'r S> uthcrn states and To mnVe t.e naccsnary arran5c-mont3 for btuldlng, II FELKELL.
: idies a SIK :-When I !had the j jdeacaar.! ofrnehin: 4 tLfuGgh the subscriber: will b ; delivered free of any
KUintltin to .: .".- M/or, give us we can you and y.>tir aspnriates of thiiconimittce (from risk, und in good tune, at the of purchasers.

of a man of hifluuce: iiAnyr act togollur I Do they draw frightful! j icturcsof Io1ot,, in New Yoik, and you dd: me tlie A'nt, nln will travel thrush the Cuuft-rcnce, arid C. F. BAKTH.

ffBiaiaaat\ \ th ? decay of our commerce and flgiicul- honor of inviting' tao to vi.-il cily, a nd K.hcit fubscripti'in* mil money f.r the erection of the Notice. May 17, 1851. 19 Stltlt Planters Hotel
to blister jour
I :.:'i?.!i- u: pprticitelar say lure, the ;pj>resFioi of grievous taxation, and Kindly I leiifleied mo. on behalf of(he Cotmnoii IIOUHO so much needed. It will take tome *10flOO to A BAPTIST MINISTER, of the Florida A socia- Fresh Groceries.
; !)oe: las jud com ia an is tired, a.n.n the consequent poverty and misery fjilling upon Council ils I l!at 1 arcorajilkli! tha o'jj-ict rontempLted by the Hoard tfTrcttes' i- ition.. who hab"en teaching sthool in Jefffr< nI
hcspitalitio, fi-nrlly hoped I County Middle Florida, for eleven having schooner i:. Tkrcard' from New Orleans,
refresh loinselw, an tel us a land now teaming with plenty J JVliieh aul and recommend years past PER
' w should I be able iSminjj I he | reent nn'a th to ; wo hoartjly eame-tly |, deteni.ineil to remove, af'cr his engagement-, ft r the ITS p>uai> 3hidiLnq,

poL1c; : au uch! like ia liiiva iieglibcr.i \ of all these arguments addrcsfeJ to accept your invitato,,. II'.l I ie jiel to say our Agent to the favor of the people gLir/rally. Although | present y 'ar, t-hall have been completed, M tle.roui : > Ci-OO ugar-cured Sanuiuer'',

tiit v' foars of men, was not n thousand time* that I find in inconsistent with! what 1 ileemny tse! itizfi< cf Th< nia. villc and vicinity have i of procuring a situation, at which a regular wlio'ilI 2100 family ILuru,
repeated by those who counselled I iswy Ixj kept and where he 1 lie useful in tinA 500 Beef
cnbmis&ion; contributed of the exjH-nded : up may
ruhlic! duly to i Iulue in I lhi .iiulific-Hion ; 'Jr.j.ruuijtal part money
lisn _
lias cat barrels Mess Pork
s mitis cytecCi a 1iiitry. rrejMjndecce oii the subject is o1icitI 25 ,
in the I'evolution ? Hut what was the rcj ly :1 nil t ther-fore while I paf/mdly f they arc i-tfll willing to luate additional contribution "
I kncv.-s nm grate. j 0-1, c-[ifcially from M.irion and IIniaruo! Count i* .. 10 Svrap.
1 teis al
i"; : nt'; I H.I'iks, an cm ol our ancestors,-the ancestors of the very lljl for the cii .tinpuivh d honor implied l by t the fur the luuIdiig! : if the hon e ccntcmfihited. But little j Ea-t: FloniLu Brethren rji-1 friends will jilea-e take 5 Kin, 1 Mackerel.

r. !.uc wo:c. ViVll as I was g-.vine to say, men who now use these arguments? How did inxittlion, I leel leluctantly conj.ollcd: to de- n* yet has been done in any other portion of the I j due racine of thi-, and qovem themselves! aixf.rdinjrlv.AJJrcs 100 extra and superfine Flour

m .: I dout l bgii my story, yu'l gil tired. they treat such appeals to their fears I Certainly cliiKit.. Conf. rene; : and we make our appeal through our Horido.-". Ilev. is. C. C, Beazlev 1*. O, Jcfftrsou Co., 5 2 casks bags Rio Rice.Coffee,

KJ.OU'' dcy soon as I got to town, I niUi not \\l'.h leverenoe. 'lliey were 5tiikiig .My personal acquaintance in your city is Agent to tli? friends of lucation generally and hope Jui e23, 1851. 25 tIn 2 barrels White Beans,

look Lorn.kJL.wasi.ia lor constitutional libcity, and they knew !)iit slight, as ii has l/ecn, it has left many! will repe.n-l 1 libanJly. It i is the dt ire of the t Z Big Hominr,
"Cl em to die Majrp, n i
v tw that the object was woilli! the iik of ail con- p'cnsant' iecnllcction and I should have: been Hoard to cunmcnce biiilJinj in a t-hort time, that at Chancery. 1 0 boxes Star Candle-,

I i gu4 umor ; be ted, wsy! sequences. They daro l to face all the inso- ha\e renewed and 2 barrels Lard,
to esten.
( \trenily happy the ccmm.nrcmat of the --un5 year, they may be MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORTDA-IN GADS- tOO bushels Corn,
.'>. ,!. f :ili-r, bow Ji ye do, how have yu j' lence and resentment of power, rather than dod it at t this time. I have long entertained able to increase the facilities fur< Education in the Institution. DEN CIRCUIT COURT.AT 100 a Bran fur CoXv,

i>. Lou i is til an whfu did yn git bad, why submit merely to a prelenhion that left liberj : a high respect fir the intelligence and! The location of the Institution is as healthy CHAMBERS, June 21, A. D. 1S51. 4 barrels clarified Sujar for pre erving.

pi t.V s iK, Jo, here !hav ya bin all this j t y u ithout guaranties. 'J'Jiey did not wait for patriotism of the gieat mass of your citizens ; a< any portion of our country ; and ihof-e at a ditancu *- Elbert Johnson, J Jr BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers, laJuncl
i the co-operation of other provinces. They Petition for Divorce. *. 1S31. 23 tf
and lime that V
I iccent event* not impaired: ic-
invite to and Lit ihcfabelvcs.Tlia .
L rls..n: tli'Ju hevc the Parara, well i deurt i beceded alone from the Union \\ith the nrcnt we come App Johnson. )
iect. You have been, and 1 Ii Last vvtr will -K:
I | etholidtic ccusUts of ten montht.Ortho Ordinance in relation to Horses.
-, an *.ifon>, aa Bofc/the. W'dl after ask j Icouuitrv.. On the Kt of November, 1775, n !fit' a law.nbi.ling people. I Know that year ( \N reading abe [petition filed in this cause, an lit
your 1. i;* it OnliinrJ ly tie Cily nncit/
,: ill iu! > qu.'stlwiia, he ECS, cetcVin rn by 1 Congress was held in Chaileston, vhich, onIthe devotion to this {great principle: has hud: u severe raj-hy, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic the_J Court being that ranie the to Defendant appear to resides the satisfaction beyond the ot SECTION','' That from after the pastage of tLu

L; iu :.v.r, ui seeraJag to be much excited, : Cth of March 1770, declared .South Caroaiia test in your recent fibrls to execute the SIC 00 I limits; of theS'ateof Florida, to wit : in the State Ordinance, it i-hall not be lawful f.r the owner cr

nn inucpendeut htutc, adoj>teda written toi the return fugitive slave?. Iiver The above with English. Gnunnicr and Geography of Alabama : owners of Horses cr Mules to suffer thtrato goat

f-u-Mucoai-1 tt cxhibiahun to cite No tees j constitution, and as umcd all the powers o r form is reim nint: lo feeling! and ,. 21 00' It ist'irrtfore Ordered, That a hcarin-r b had in lirge in the streets or square* of raid Citv.SEC. .
]1,1 I nuk'd ctii; about it he why taint I Ip'H your this rao-e af (he Fall Term, 1551, cf the Gadsden :2. fir it furthfr OriluweL That it shall bo
; ses
nt : ; a Government. The !Ic
: '-a.i with the tranche" En-
coutaiiiii The rf
supremo p duration, and tie fugitive naturally and in* above, hiprhi-r Circuit CourtI'rorided : and i.< her<-by made the duty of the City 3ar7jil to>

'if, I tlot yu had cumcxprescly for that )!; the recital of ourwrong*, and the constitution dvitably exriles your dcepett sympathies. No. glifrli'embracing Natural, Mental, and Moral That this Older published in one rf take up all Horses or Mule* ftunJ going at large

; .'> What j.urpuses. 1. Why sos he chsi..up"Sijougv. which was adopted, \\ ere the work thing but a stem sense .fduty, founded uaoi> > 1'Li.op1iy, Rhetorick, L gie, Botany, Cheruiitry the newspaper; printed in the City if Tallaha.seetr.r within the limits tf the c'tnra; to keep them ia Licliarsre <
I ol Jon. KUTLII:. This the tie < of three raonthi previous to the f.Fsttjv for a time not more than! ten days, witun which
he -xanij'le tonal, solemn ConviCtion, that constitntionsl and Political pace
Se devil ses I, who is u rai a Geology, Book-keeping,
cf the irai'l term. period the owner *r owner* can come forAvcr,and Iff
followed a'tcnvarJs the other .
by C"laiJep, in I and obligation nuit t be obeyed, CO 00Tl Lert-inrJ'rcr alloweil have the
the ft-e
seed him can
:. hals rjis'ii.ifor, why 1 never \VAYLHS BAKER, .Iude, ic. paying
the General Congress at I'iiihideljuia, hirh, at any and every sacrifice con'd have in'urcd c above, with Latin, Greek,Trfncli, Aljrttra, A true copy-Attest, property FO taken sji-1 kept by the 3Iar-Lal restored;

i l-i! ia Lounii? long iiulTto ion for j jas on the -1th of July, 1770, put forth a Declaration O.c' execution of the law in u case li
;is Lc; fps the Cul. to me \vby Jo, it aitit j ol Independence for them all. hut lor muelf I never doubted that the, on I'inno, extra, 40 00 June2Jl.! 23 3in at the expiration of the time afurcraiJ, it --bill be tfco
cf the Marshal to sell tht-ci at auction end al'stei
En, it j isa thins;?, seS I aa like sum of yur I.ut South Carolina already an independent law would ultimately triumph. Good filth i i. Drawing and Pttiniirij( extra, C5 f.O Look at This duty- payment of nil -t.* and expense*,out of;the pro-
.State. She had seceded alone the
.'di: men bout tliiu place, grate humbergs.jy the foundation of all morality and nil sr.cialsecurity. I Use of Piaio, 4 O) cce'-! the surplus shall be paid ovvr to the owner or
tit peopb in the history of the v4)Uho; Face T OSTon the 2oth instant, two largo mourning
The Stateshad
themselves .
pledged owners.
t Joe what has For \Vl] yt-rf, 50IViap
why Joe wurd, fir J-J BREASTPINS. A reward will bo
poa my had founded their uali:-.lality 0:1 Ike basis ofa by the Constitution tolhn paid' SEC. S. Pf it furfJfr OrJamtJ, That for the services
:iter JW tiite I will shew performance ] en lo oljtrJncJ at from S to ?10 per month to ally t r oa finding them ant leaving them at this herein to be tie! Marshal,
f : )u. slay to an writtuu Constitution. Jn North Carolina required performed by
ifiIiis The States had ril4t
duly. have a (tz OmoL
> -all usciudeJ.W Juno 2t, 1851. 25 tf
things he shall be entitled dollar for Ikro
in ore tverv cr
yj ut i ii i no hurabcrg, that its reality, anIJPS it is true the pejl< j lo of Mecklenburga! had i.isNt, and did insist, upon its pcrf.rmance.Tiicre .- Mule taken to and one dollar day for day-
as-k the people to ron-i Jor, that their children up. per every
: youe hi.n: call tulbs out, an say to previously put foth for tht-msi-lves a declaiation was then, no alternative but to break Commit led to Jail such Horse or Male may be kept by him, to be pail

to sSirtUT Stulibs he thels him, anent of their independence of the IliitLh utir faith, forfeit our word jf honor, and th< rc.l may l c :w well cJiica'.C'l here as to send them far otT Tallahassee on the int, a negro man. who by the owner tief'-re delivery.1'assediaCecncilJune .
eys an to other In-titutiocB, nn>l at much less less cxjxiaoc. FT If). IP.'l.G. .
Crown. Hut this the
was act of a county, l by trample constitution of our country in as his name U JOURDAN and that hu belong

ojtcu i en.: yul bt-leeve it, wont VC. Weil not of \\holepeojJe.. It did not e. tabli han the dust, and inn the hazards of a civil war, or order of the Board cf Trastecs. to Grant Scurry, of Jeffer in County. San! negro L- W. HUTCHINS* 3t, Secretary.

*>* IC'ol. vlio i k gwn lo do Ills ere ficolit independent .State. It did not organize an elfce lo admit the obligation like honest, true fly about SO.vears. of age, 5 feet J. II.5 or RHODES.6 inches hi Jailer.a. darkconi'.lc.i June It. 1851._23 _
did yu EHV it wus Sicolergy fees he, ant independent Government. It was no act fsecession. hearted inca! and do all in our power lo comply P. P.-SMITII. ) June 28,1S51. 25 tf For Hire.

!? m? rather feheejiisa why our fiiend tho Hut .South Carolina, alone and I with it, fctill I hoping,a and ttu>!lin Ccmrri1tce. A FIRST rate Cook. Ironer, and Washer, rntl th*

totter i is goin to purfonn to niteflt ths Court for lnrsrlf without any co-operation of another due. lime some mode wotdJ be devised by !W. G. PONDER, ) $100 Reward.PROCLAMATION" .Li.June. m>14,151.t January" next.23 tf at this OiSoe. -
Stslr broke the claim that hound
IL1 strong tlOM) who have the Constitutional power to a. Thine, Ga 'June 3, ISM. BY THOMAS BROWN,
6 be amused aston-
ayu must yu'l ,
cay, hur to the Rritis! tlirouc.
bolith slavery, and who are most deeply MI- PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
' : j in interested. Vcll aid ill sec J Obb, uch the conduct Governor of Florida.TyilEREAS ,
*? was our ancestors.We .- its final rid
t crested in extinction lo get of Pretty !fim'1.-Somne matter of fact genius HARTFORD, CONXECTICUT

a'J '7an bUy if i will be all or that; well ses I propov? to follow their high example, and tl.eexil.! without dcstroy'ng the fjiic&t fabric the twjeldes of pretty hands very rough' .- It has been made known to Capital Stock, $ OOOOO.

"e l nu ain
vat can ( ever
cxfiluh to }ti ly. Ju't tlic.irliirn : 4 mitted in the County of Madi-win, I y one rpnC A ent of the above Company
!f..iiJ; j-Q cr.t; b lccve me but it is tae tnitli. V Ve chnliejigo fiiends or foes to show and in its ruins extitigui&hing I the last hope IX-Iisate"beautiful; h.ind! Dear Missl o\v Simon Kin? upon the body of Samuel Therms, and J. Ii prtjuired to take r'tt.-4 aguhk Fire on tuilJ-

IIt' can: do the that Most that the peril-) of secession are now greater, r1 hurnanity for se.f ffoveinmeiit. Permit ineto do voa contiivc t>> make your hands so prot- that siid King: U now n fiigitive from jiistire: ings and tliuir contents t n the most favt-rable tf rmn.

very earns things -the causes Jess urgent,-or the objects to that I his government has: cost lioston nch too if to draw .itknUon AW knntr i/f, that I, Thomas Brown, Governor ol f F. II. FLAfJC, Agent
say f And ring, as -
"taa IWi-Udi-i, "Wru water into sine," ba obtained less vital to our interests and too much lo be given or hazarded for slight t_? ? Lt feel them. Oh dear the StAte aforcsai 1, by virtue of the authority vested Tahalnsee! June ;. 1531. 22
up that us ,
'ed way. in m> by law, dohe'reby offer a reward of One Hundred
tnultitodc,"turn the rod into a snake'an honor, than when our fathers cinied out the or trivial cause?,-feon.e of the Patriots liie Low soft and lender. Dollars for the apprehension of said } btr. an.l Sale on jloiiduy, llh 1 July, I b5 I.

w a word parfor n al the rnsreclcs! pur- first secession of South CaioJiiri. Indeed, revolution still linger among you, and the lo you bake, Miss ?" !his dehi\cry into the custody of the Sherilf of said Administrator's Sale.

(srmet1 our opponent: i themselves bring the witnesses, monumental of grateful rf-coIVe. County of Madion.MUM. .
on pillar make beds I"
ycinh, ia otliur things that your Do you : virtue of an order of the Hfnorable! J.
nu-jiy five "Wayle
S.ii l i U about foet t inches
King -n liiirli, BY
tve must it what uv have <-ul mittcd >
Jtaijit tiaie t > to, lions '.f the heroes who fell at Hunker Hill, No." Baker, Jude of the Middle Circuit of the State
now to muaJrai. 'lliat* cnuff light hair, dep blue eyes, wei-jh< from 1455 t > 110llA.
5 I, i and fed 1 that even with our most devoted cf- would! M'cm lo lie a mockery if their sons, Do you wash floors end scrub the pots In talkiti' shows his teeih very pLunly, which of Pn.riJa. I wiil exp
pat tae down 11! try an gtt Jufcli forts at resistance, we fchall but have poorly could EO Bonn forget that thi Coiistitution and kettles?r"No. are decayed. Not very fluent ia conversation,and has highest} bi.Mrr, bcfire the Co-oit house dcx-r iii the

10 ?o too, aa afior! U\dn\ anurthur drink: we J reflected the I wild and firo Epiiit; that animated cost the heart's blood of their sires. 'l'hat ." rather n'lcua'ty look. town of Quincy. on the first Monday in July, 1S51,

fpcrai J tic! noble men of times. For the take In! tc timouy whereof I Live hereunto set two Lot or pa'rcel* of laud l>hrr wi Apalachicola
past citizens have acted and Look mothers my
Ictd wisely patriotic at
gut a hello Jot our thought. and
ways off, % 3 "SI) we your hand and caused to be aftixed the Great Seal River, in Oai-dcn County, adjacent the United
* the Col. I forgot to tcj ji Jim Jcwit E* of us, their descendants, they defied a great ally in ftistaining the law, 1 cannot doubt.- wnds.; Ain't you ashamed to let that old [PIuAL]('1 the State of Florida,at the Capitol in TulIkhas&ce States Whiirf. Said lots or parcel of land to be sold

*:n! be tiir, aa! wll ] empiie) which claimed and was prepared to Their conduct has been governed by the high. lady kill herself outright, while you do nothn this 23d d.ivf June, A. D. 1851. a* the property of Duncan Baker, Lito of GadsdcnCoontv

maio a ppach on Sycolfy enforce an unlimited authority ; they braved et sense of moral and political obligation! ; from ila>lijht{ to dark ; but keen the dust THOMAS BROWN, deceased. ,

aa: yn mnsnt fafl : who ses 1 ? Jim Jewitig a Keven year's isolating war, with nearly and fir this noble example I feel! Constrained: from; your fico and flies from your hsnds Gthmo'i.b'krih Sheriff and ex pjficio S.Administrator.B. LOVE

:oiui "Ja-iJy sos he, sn a graadur villin one half the population devotdJ to the authority as the Chief Magiatratd whose especnl! duty Vhat are *ou: (tood for \vill n man of coni- By the C. Governor%V. DOWSING-Attest: June 1851. 22 lit

1er, B0* ', sn 'f yu cant fitiii no better against which they rose. it is to see that the JHWR faithfully! ex *cii- non sense'nihrry you for your delicate hands I Secretary of Slate. Notice.

*'J ( f great sciunco than this 1 Iy. of far and leave des person rpIIE suVcribcr hna forty likrfy NEGROES for alc\
i:' teoundril they despised, to our est acknowledgments] : and I should have been them blackened! occasionally by coming _
I from Richmond
Jjj Virginia, of
just consisting Men.
teub11uk i had better cot cendants i.othiigbutnn inheritance of thame, most happy to have done this, in peison, were in contact with pothooks and trammels, and J. R. LLOYD'S' DAGUERREAN ROOMS. Boy- Women, Cliiidrer. and Oirls ; also, two likely

me' agia for if yu do I flu-11 bubjiigution and ruin ? Or diall wo do what it consistent with my official engagements collourod by ft day or two's rubbing at the T I KEN ESSES taken by a Sky-light connected with emstre-e one of them A. No. 1, fancy prl about

jjj *'aU i IJUlt aifit! n raan fhr'11 quote i is far worse,-libel them as rash empirics, as to leave the city. washboard. Pretty fingers indeed what are J-J a fine bide light Pictures put up in the Litest sixteen years oil He will keep an assortment of
weak enthusiasts witness adventurers for style of the art "Rooms over Barnard s Drug Store. said Negroes at Thouiasville, and he will sell theta
or With thanks to an-1
aS through for but to "
many you, you mme over a puno or
2utboiiO' for me, forlue has diivmPr they good p. S. Likenesses of children taken in one second of on reasonable term
f oftiiy Harry Dicks than in daring to wage a contest (kr liberty against lo the citizens of Boston, for this kind invitation stick through gold rings! Like many of the ime.: R G. PONDER,
cnv man
(i' toJ mighty oddt{ vain things of tlie earth they are kept for show June 21,1851. 2t By his Agent, JMES Po-Nntx.

tiu cuuiry, an dont inewhun his name I have the honor to be, anti nothing more. June 7,1SS1. t 2-3 4t [Sentinel
in Rattler if widows
would think of
tt-v presence, his cuss lull is a gen- pry only Your fiii-nd and fellow citizen .
-------- -- Notice.
; the number of bachelors who -
l Irt arc '
Jim oh hjaJ. alone in the cold, their clinging ingleietC MII.LAItn HL.LMDP.E. Tribute of Eespeet. ')( BARRELS superfine family'Flour, \ LL persons having dcniandi against the estate of
IVcl.I 1 1 _;43 :S tierce Sugar cured Hams, .L
td went to my amp an commcnsed to steadsvouM ftiiko them as a tiolalion of a Atlantic and Gulf Rail Ecad. At a Called Meeting of Iliran Lodge Xo. 5, held 4 casks Sl.ottlde, *- the late Jonathan G. Padrick. deceased, cf Leon

t AdllheCtL too! me, but I eouldnt great mortal duty. Rattler is right. The atteution We learn from a very authentic source that in the town of Monticello Wednesday, the 18th SO barrels Ohio Flour-superfine, Count,.are cr to requested HALEY to T.present BLOCKER.them to the AdmAiisrnihix. -
k *"j' aa l Josb' tha ar kickia that widows bestow on weeds should the amount of stock necessary to insure the day of June, A. P. 351, the following Resolutions 1 tierce bagged Hams, agent jind attorney witliin tlw tiale July]*ic-cri-authorized

the divt ;> town to lute who Josh CP be made to cultivate the flowers of affection.A carrying forward of this impoitant woik has \\CYC 1. litnJtfJTliat unanimously adopted we have: hoard of the death of 100 1 barrel Kicks Salt fine, Rum, T>ed by law, or this notice wiil; lie plead in bar; end

EC0. the ; scs lay huoband "run into the ground" is a dead been guarantied, and] that of our l-rothcr. PAIL UL.MER, with the most jiainful fecl- Butter, Wc-tern and Goshcn, Molasses, it, nil persons indebted to said es>taie, will make UTJEJliate -

Doctur' au that fMpr that head," and should be treated as such. the seven:1 suggested routes will bo undertaken logs iiui dttj-ert n-gret Liquors t.f nil kinds.Jutt ( payment ns abov'. -

''larry Dick tother day on Big Mud. October next by a under the direction 2. Jit olvfd, That avs a man, WP respected lam, as a received by scliooner E. Barnard, and for pale CHRISTINA PADRICK, Adm'x.
T,Jifl: Jkit, dont him? The last, beet fruit which come lo late corps citizen, we honored, mid as u Ma.on and brother we low by A. IL FELKELL. 7,1831. 22 8t
no Josh of Mr. Tracer ofiiccr who has
yu beIng a an
Lta! had perfection even in kindliest soul, i is tender loved him; and in all his conduct lie bore himself in June 1-1, 1881. 23 tf Males Estray.
hjJ dowiu under the cart an been in the employ of the Pacific Steamship uH iit.erc-ct fiobition which is M becoming to a
ness towards tho hard forbearance towaids that | small sized Mules lro\rn
Lerig in the and one a marf
leic flame liz. look here, Joe, yu no the unforbearinjr, warmth of heart toward Company construction of wharves man, but more pnrticulurly to a Mason. Madison Male Academy. T blind in one eye ; the oiher a sorrel Lr*
t14 Panama If Tbat while we lament that the mystic j mute
depots at the result of the survey 3. Jttv&tJ,
t: pade for my acquaintance with lilt cold, and philanthropy toward the misan is the road chain has been broken in the death of our worthy brother T School will commence its second session,(un- A liberal reward will be paid for their de livery ii
will undai
: satisfactory bo taken Tallahassee JAillS
to T.
v those tier the direction of Mr. F. L. ViUEncrx AI'.ciIEj
*n Jeuitt thropic. hoeit a profitable lesson to ,) on
an j dout bclevo nny thing in January, to comply with the tcnns of] who*arc we travelling may on prove the level of time to that undiscovered MONDAY July 14th, and terminate on Friday, December May 2*, 1851. 20 -

COnes from none of cm, the Col. theo (&: An editor in Vermont sajs, that a per the act limited the time given within which country from whose bourne no traveller re.turns. llth. Travelling TiarJ.

Ji1n "orther, for they ar flit! the son who can write editorials when sufl'eiing operations are lo be commenced.-Jackson' RATES OF TUITION. TTALICES and CARPET LUGS

audt Ict cf subs or soap tails! in Fluriday, with the toothache, can kick up his heels over title RepublIcan, June 2Q. tle 4.usual Retdfd badge Tliat of mourning the members for of the this space Lodge of thirty wear For Spelling, Reailing sesMon,, Writing, Arithmetic, and 8 Geography 00 V meat on Land, and for saVe chea, 1iSSOYt.

tt'oUd take all tlic Cater in Bull the grave of hope, and snap his defying fingers Or An Aitcfciim well has been made at tayL The! above,JH.T with English Grammar. Composi- W.Tr- '

Mud1 greeso in the face of time and sorrow.A Cahaxvba, Alabama, 350 feet deep, wind -f. Rctotvrd, That the Secretary bo directed to send tion. History,and Exercises in El-3cution, per May24.1851. 20-
too, to save cm. You of these Resolutions to the widow and relatives iDOZO"
taD go jf discharges eight gallons of water minute n copy sesidon, 12 00 For Sal- -
y like but I Lady meeting who per of the deoea ed. A "
Bhant. a girl had lately left The Latin and Greek Languages and Mathematics I Bottles,

Vd1 went, an just as I got ">, l lo< kcd her service, inquired, U'cll Marv.' where do Second ,Edition of Malthas. The son oMalthus ;. C. Jteiolttf k Journal,.That for these Resolutions. be sent to the per session, m 20 00 '/:L.J 12- -, i qcxrts i cjf'J pats* r9rcr,
> publication.A
tei live ?I" Jjoridian The of tuition to be va advance 12- '
ordience now "Please raa'am price pad C'.aei
answered the
you writer
I seed Jim great on population, has true extract from the niinutcs.THOilAS '
Jewit witil Jtoe 21 18i. 21 4t t.J1
a pair the gitl "I df-n't live now 1'oj Madison, flen.)
married. a wife and fourteen children.. c J. CHACK' Secretary.VS .. l 8. S. EMGET,
I "
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Amendments to the PROSPECTUS Towle 4c Myers, Fresh Arrival. cgaItbvcrtiC1fltflt9 Local Dentist, TallaharSeerr .

on hand,and are now and ER E. Barnard from New Orleans, r\A t5 --i
or receiving new l the
OF FLORIIA.q'lpfr.ll. HAVE P of Florida. fle'ur"JI Jj ,,,
State .
CONSTITU lION OK Til of Sides ,
SOIL OF THE SOUTH. assortment GOODS, cousistiu" ot StKHrpotinds ately F.ast of the P
Gold Lever Hunting Watches, 50 barreLs extra and superfine Flour, LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. he wifl ls. G'iiy,l, OfheuitgeiI.
.., lltr Fifth tienrral Jtiemh'y, *in'I pu n tlIE undersigned, a Cotnmittie rubjiation.onJ. Gold Anchor Lever da 5 Mess family Beef William \V. Cheever, Septen'hA.r
llusfll 7
and fI
zEIinpt4rA'Inre of.irtitlc A"/f, Htclian 2, the part of the Muscozee invite public dltention Agricultural to Silver Lever Hunting do lt> Fork Cs. _

of the Cons filulion.A' Society, respectfully usi.f\lonthlyJi'urnalto be Silver Anchor Lever do 1 Clarifie"! Sutrar, Ellen A. Brockcnbrouzh, widow and administratrix Flour,
the following i
Prospect common do 4 casks Sugar cured Hams, decea-td, Lucy
Lapineand ckenhrongh.
of William II.! Br
ol the P.ARTiELS
uidcrthe aupices abase lHt
in thIiscit',
published and Ladies Bosom as- u smoked Beef, 60 family fl
ACT fn amend the Kluvenlh Clause of Hie Fifth Gentlemen's Pins.a ecneral 2 Brockenbruugh, Arthur S. Brockenbrough.Thos.W. Scn-ksIUce
and also named Association. ortment of Ear and Finger Rings, Gold! and 5 kegs Go Article nf Convolution) ol l this State ; devoted to the inlcre ts of Ag Brockenbrouah, George 3o K-irrtU Potato
The k will he
t. amend An Art amcnditnrv of the Twelfth lic'jltuieandHoiticulture.Don.osiicand win Rural Kronowy. ... Keys, Fob and ret Chains, Seals, G dd and Silvci 5 bags extra Java Coffee, George Sllakins and Mary R- Hawkins, his 5 firkB lst .
Pencils Gold Pens.Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold 10 sacks Bran and John W.Brockenbrough Go.hLaniiirig
of ,
Clause of the Fifth') Article of the Constitution several heads, will be included wife, Thomas W. BrocVenbrough from
Under tlic-e Collar and lo.m! Buttons, Silver Pearl and bu heLi W. Brockenbrough Brig Urantm.and f. ,
this State, and: adi.pjed by the Third and Fourth the culture of Crops (lie impiovc- Sleeve, 250 Corn. ,I infant children of John sale 1,
all that concerns Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine BERRY & KOWLES Auctioneers, tc. Elizabeth 3IcN.tljGIIT
the Election of B. ,
cmMtes. to give
General As ,
< so a* ment of the Soil, the management of tile Farm, the Newport, March 5C 1851.C .
and Buffalo Combs. Cham-
Fans, Silver May 17, 1551. 1'J Simeon Maxwell, Margaret
Judzes to the People Gaidcn, the Oichaid the Flower Yard, and the V. ,
French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tea William
lithe Senate nnd Also widow and administratrix of
marled Sims
Deit pun ,
QEC1O In their connexion BYRD & Co. lave
I.) Howe of llej\rtsfnt'il roj Ilic State of FJo I wit House-keeper's hi the interests Department.ol I IIP Soil, the other indu iial Trays, Pialed and Silver Folks Ware,, Silver Cr-am Table and Soup and TeaSpoons La- Just Received. W. Sims,deceased,Martha Mason Sims, and Far- ot covsortmnt LITMI 'sd .
i iJa in Urneral.lnemMij eantencd, That the Eleventh Pursuit of the land, will receive their appropriate Spoons Castors Candle (1 BARRELS No. 1 MACKEREL, ish Carter. Crockery, GpM and Stone
Plated Waiters do. Tea Sets, ware.
dies Com
Cl tnetif the Filth Arnclrof the Constitutionof attention. Usi No. 1G appearing to the satisfaction of by I Earthward and
Act milled, An Act tumetilth sticks, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. IT atlidavit made in (his cause, that defendants, Arthur Cutlery.
thi State, and also an f The Soil of the South" will be under the editoinl Also. fine double ban ellcd Guns, Shft and Game No. 2 Nai? Ca-'tingi-s, tc.
T elfth Claiw I the 1'illh Article ol S Brockenbrongh.Tr-omas W Brockenbrough,
of Charles A. Peabody, Esqr., and SI No. 2
12 1851.
supervision Knives, Porte f.Ionnies April H
and Flasks.fine ,
the Constitution ol this Stxtc, art that the Judges of Col James M.1 Chambt rs. Kr. Peabody has been for Bags pocket and Flutes fine Razors 4 kits Nos. 1 and 2 u For sr.le by Thomas %V. Hrockenbrough and John W. Brocken

the Circuit Couits shall hold their offices for the wo ers conitecUd ith the Airicuhtural Press, ands Port Folios, Violins, Claronets, May 17, 1651. 1'J S. S. KNIGIIT.On brough, infant children ol John W. Brockenbrongh, C.f\IiD&C4).hiaYejiIst received

terra of cightyeais, instead of during good beha0rw equally> dittinjruit-hfd as a Piactical and Scientific Strong, &c.and assortment of Perfumery deceased, and Farish Carter, reside ont of the State mtnt of dress oo.t4, a* afiae
; ,
\ be, aitdvthc .itne are hereby .i amended asto Farmer and Gardner. Col Chambers is one of the Best quality general TOWLE &. MYERS Consignment, .f Florida,beyond jurisdiction of this ( ,.irbnf Plain anil EmbroidtTwl Crrna
&c. tc. s and
real a* follows! viz: That on the fmt Monday mn-it intelliccnt i : and successful Planters in the South. 23Just Tr.llahassco." m the United States ; and that defendants, Lucy Beraefs, Tt-sneK, Lawns and Brrage
inOt ubcr, in the! year ot.e thmisan 1 eight hundrod They will be assisted by an able corps of Coi tribntor September 1S50. Choice Liquors per Brockenbrough, George S. Hawkins and Mary 1!. Muslin and Lace Carts, an.1 rnl irian
fifty-three, and on t he first Mviday in October amongthtptactical Farmersand Plai.lciscf. the Received IA BOXES Cabinet Ruby" CLnmnahjne, Hawkins, his wife, Marsarf Champlin Sims,w idow do. da Cufw and C lLnrs.T
iiyears thereafter, then1 shall be elected by IU 5 Pale Sherry, and adminislratiix of William W. Sims, deceased,
t-rery ALSO A fine
assnrtmtnt r.f
of the Judicial 1 DOZEN FLORENCE BONNETS, 5 Bnro-n Martha Mason Sims, reside beyond the jurisdiction f4ihjClp4 ('t.iy.
lhe.jualiried electors of each respective'i number will contain sixteen pages of quarto and Shoes Pani-mls an1 1 uliesSilk ( !l1Gints
Circuit* ol this State one J'idge ol the Circuit siw. printed with new tppe on supei ior white paper _I \ China Pcail do. 5 Otard Brandy, 18 12, dark, of this Co.ntbut in the Western Circuit ot the EtSMStS ait.IShues fa l'mlrella\

Court who hall reside in the Circuit for which liemay and furnished to subscribeis at the rzte of One Dollar J Lace Tuscan do. 5 u '4 white State of Florida : P!. 2S.-.I. t variety rf s -1**

beclectcd, and continue ID office for the terui per annum which must bet>aid in advance.fjC 1 Albion do. T5 DcmijoLns pale Ilennofssy" randy, // i.i therefore Ordered, That said defendants le- April 11

*->f .ixyeara from and after the firM day of Jamury : Post MaMeis are authorized to act as Agents, 1 While Chip do. 5 I>iidon 1)<<1: Brandy, w'ella k-now siding in the Western Circuit of the Slate of Florida, PREMIUM COTTON

next kuccecdiit his elect ioa, unless sootu-r removed and they may retain in their I hands twenty-five percent | French do. u lucky .Tones," a perfect Cordial, appear and answer the Bill of Complaint fib (1 in GI4,

undei the proUMons made in this Constitution for of all subscriptions collected by them, or if 1 White Pamclia tii,. 10 boxes Ijfuulon. Brown Stout, this cause within two months, and the defendant ET. TAVLdlt & CO. Pn>rrirfor, nfhr,
ad iifs or impeachment : 4 Lace and Chip do. w Scotch Ale. Ih iiniil.s of the Slate of Florida : Cotton Gin Manuta.
the removal of Judges by < they prefer it, a copy ol the \V .ik will be sent to 10 tes'ding beyrnd tory hjtt[, *1'
And for wilful neglect ot duly, or othpr icasontble any one twelve moith< gratuitously, who will remit 1 French Lace (if). The above Liuors| arc mrh a? can lx recomncndcillo ilhin four months from the (late of the publication i lactiot to announce lo Ihrir pattnn and

cause, which shall not bs hu.Ii.-ient ground for impeachment four names uith four dcllar! ?. 1 Crape do. the ii'.iblic. Ilie l,est ever of"en-d in this market. ol this Order, or the said Bill will be taken fcr con- tens generally, throughout the Cottrnsrion.

the Guvernoi shall move any of them {,$- All Communications csust be addressed, pot t 1 Mi ses Flats, BERRY i 110V.-LES, Auctic-necrs. etc. lessed against th em. tl-at they ate prrparcd tf surpU 5JtiL

oa the addres* uf \vo-thiid* of the General A semMy paid. to WihIi3tn II. Chambei5, Publisher of The C Mei.s and Uojs China Prail Hats, May 10, ISM. 18 ,1 nd it i* further Ordered, That publication of of their CfleSraTnl PREIIIVM Cm,. ,

: Ptid l, IdOWtt((, That the cause, or causes, Soil of the South," Columbus! Ga. 20 Palm Liaf (hi this Order be made in some newspaper published in Where these Gins have been crre njfjj jr, ,.

.halt be slated at length in such address, and entered VAN LF.oX\PiD,) Committee 1 fi'ie Panama do Real Burr Mill Hock. Tallahassee once a week fi.r the v-weof four mont hs. be deemed 'Jnnect!'ary ft.r the Mamuafnitr,,,,

Ufl the Journal* o! each: ,1ml proculcd,further, U. A. WARK, \ of 1 caselatPEl stjle Moli-tkin do FEW Pii-ces real Fn-iH-b Burr Jill! Rock. 18 by J. WAYLES BAKER, Jude*, &.c. a word in their favor, a. they fe 1 Cfttj4v: "i nf,
C. C. BYRD & CO. ..
hlull be buUfitd to the For s. 'e by chines have bwei brrnjf.t t nrh !)
That the eausor rjusts, J..E. HURT, > Publication. 14 20 iiicbe size, fur sale at cost and charges, l>y 20th March, IV,1. p ri-ctica*tk
intended to he removed ; and he t-hdll be4.mdteJ lil I ISM. JO ,; April 12, 1-31. A I true -Attest, their s-.ipf-rior pj-rtonnance wnl ri c.-nnrecd. 11,9
JuJ'e S.) Col.nnbus, Ga A] 20, tn Ntwj s.rtMay, 10, 1S31. IS I). LADD.A copy '
to a bearing in hisown defence, before any OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. in to all other Gins now m n.*. "For:*

for eiu-hmnovat shall pas*; and in such cast>, NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE Bonnets, &c. Flour Corn Bacon &c.T By HUGH AnciiER, Jr., D. C. sjti>faction of tnoe who l>?ve nnrn dtbeG
l noral a'--ortnunt of Ladies and '
itte vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and enttreJon TEST reedveil a zt March 22, 1S-M. 11 4m and are unacquainted with their rej watwnrtp.*
tbs Jo'JinaUot each ll u % rl4etivdy. : suVcii ha general CLOTHING f J M sr Spiiii" and SMU mrr Bonnotj", Straw and lIE iui.iirsigiiei1 has just nci-ivrd direct fn.rn New pritt >r3 need only say, that the Fin.T pVm ,

Sac. 2. Eii' fta-fter ',acted, Tt.t said fleet ion rriii J. Mid S rriSNlSHIXfr*r opened ESTABLISHMENT a .w 'ilk Jenny IJnd Hats, Gmts. lioys and Iiifi>ut. CliuiaiVarl Orlvuii-i aa incuu-i-d Mij> cf the follow injj articles State of Florida--Gadsden County. have been awardid to thf-in for the BE5nGN! *

and the rtt urns thet.-of made, in Ixilmin. Panama and Palm! Leaf Hats, FiejochSri'i : bibilcd at thegrral State Fair held al A ianta.Gwr'cia
Klilll ,
door Siuth '.f Me'r. Lewis& Amos, wlire he i* now ., / .,.,,1 \ Middle Circuit of Florid In Chanctry.
bB manner now r n scribed, ->r which may hereafter au'Vrcafhi! shite 4 :iti.l4 Co Ibis, extra Flourlo do. 5fo s. Puk, ; a iso, al the Alabama anil! Gi rz>s Agrici'1 i
1* pirsrrribed by law, for the 4-lectiun ol member to opening a well wk-cfe-d! assortment of sr.ixrK.r andfa.hi.mab'uREADY wii.. auth culor.I Iloor bittiiig, Fans, llriu4'l4, P1raisRttt' ISO sacks C lll, It'l I'M-'K-S Sid :s, SPRING TERM, A. D., 1331. and Meetsar ic's Fair, held at C lnr.biu: an.1 attt' *,
Congress : and it nhull be the duty ot the Governor to aiiil Sun ha.1es, iuuhl.t Su.l Neck aii.1 4 bags Kin Cnffi-c, I iik I'orttr, Archibald Nicholson, Complainant, annual Fair f>f the S uth Carn'ui.a, Jcstiinte

lo iwoe a cnnroiiwion, under the stuti of the Stile, the scai.on. eoiiMrfiii'x in part COATS VESTS j'ndPASTAIioXS. Cal1ibsn') black, white and cohrc.J Satin Jtil.b..ns.1"or 1 bairel I. ird, I .1.'. Lin! Oil, r,,. Chas il k ton. The Cotton giiini d o1: Ihmt Gi j v*

lolbe iH'ison r.eiviiigthe hiehc csuinbct of votes
in the Judicial Dutitct ui which the election is white and fiinoy cob-red SHI UTS, all qualities. ; Silk, April It'1.. 15Received. 1 hothead Sugiir. 1 larrt I N
Mniiio. andCVrtton UudiT-sliirtsravJ Dravr ; Gloves, N.x IVff Tompjes, I fierce Ru'. itt. AdminUtr-itor on 'he estate cf Arabella RIcwilfdeceased samples of Cotton fn i:'. then, l.ave te'n nh.b '

Joi.SBC.. 3. EC it f'trthtr enacted. That whenever 11' -wry, Silk. and Linen HandkMvhSff*, St'ieks, Sumni fi :J bbk XIIL 1 Mackerel, 2 d. No. 2 Mackerel, 1'nrrell Hinson and Mary his wile, The Propiiefrrs havo in their no w inn initff.

ihe General A -Vn bly slull create a tepaiate Sutweiue I. .-r Tii!'. :I1r.I1.h r<, iJoncy I'-clt*, Shoulder Brac, 0 CASKS SIDES, t 2 <".Zi'Tl jars Brandy Pfju-lu/, et a!., Defendints. Otis certificates fr 'in PlanftT.. ("tt'< n Rrisrn.( -

Court or Chancery oIt.t under the j-rovis- Piir-cs, Packet 1'nk.! >, O.mbr.n iibes. ic ; TIL'.VELLING O 2 Shoulders, 2 l'nrrt-1* Mi>m)ngabila Wl.ik.y.PIF. atFidavil, it appearini to the satisfaction ol mission :MtrchatiN, and h1 ,1.4ritrpr' ) 4.fc,90i'sJ CB-

iizisu1 Ibis Const at ion the Judges thereof shall TRUNKS, CAUPl'Tf BAGS and YALICKS. 20 tierces (Sugar Cured,) FRUIT, I'iekiISu.. p.Starch.nml! every ON Cnn rt that James Nicholson, William F. testify ; that the pirforrai'cent thPCII,

lie elected in tin* manner i>r ivid m the f >l section UMBRELLAS; together with large a-son- 4 bogs-Lends X. C). Su iir, usually found in a Grwvry St TO, \\hci I olTrr fsr Averitt. anti Wiley \vittthri'eof the Defendants and the snrri lp* prrdured by tht-m. cannot 6 x.
hold their olh'ccs fur the s.une pu-iit i.f Hats, Caps, Boots, Ghocs, &.c., all of of he State 'I Florida and celled Gir mannfacinrp !
fttiUact, arid shall 5 barrel sp<, .al s on tcrr.K u* favorable as any othir house iu the Ill said Bill, reside ont c by any ever
term, and be subject to allthe pnnimnKa of ald w hichv ill be sold (hi4p fv>r ca-lu 20 barrels *-xI ra Hour.SO citv. Call and -"to fr yourselves, within ll.e limits of the State cf Georgia : All order. fi-r Gins, siven either :to nnr rra '.

saciioa : PravUidhoecerer, TnaUhe Judges of the AV. T. MITChELL : Si'ptrfimIlimr, May 10, 185; 1. IS A. II. FELKELL. It is Onhrtd, That the said Nicholson, >r Aepnt.s, or forwarded It) the rrnprirtor ,

Sanreme Court t-hall% be electt-d by cental ticket : TidLJuifsoc, May 3, 1851. 17 tf to! > kcjs Ljtrd-i bands do. F r sale by William \. .veritt. and Wiley Blewittappear and mail.will always receive J'r<>mj.f attenfica. iV'j

and the Jud ex of thcC'hancm Ciurt snail h<* elected Juie7,1S51. 22 S. S. KX'IOIIT. Notice answers-did Bill of Complaint according to law, will besent to any part i>f the countrj, and aa.

by generul ticket, ur by l)i ti'ictst a, the Legislature Notice. otherwise the same shall be taken j>ro confeaso ato ranted to give sat intact im.JUS. .
direct. months from this date, shall apply to the / 1OOPERS & WHEEL \VRIGHTS WANTED them L. DITTOS,
iiuv SIX : Agent.
SKC. 4. Re it / tirr tnactcil. That should a of Probate of Gadvlen County for letters T_J A inof-t cxrclhnt opciiinir fur a few go
%-acancy! occur in cithi-r the Supreme, Chancery, or of di>mis ion from the administration, ol the estate ALLpcrstns, creditors, and legatees, entitled to <>f f uNtve trades, pnrtirularly! if steady, industrious once a wee for the space of four months in> the

Circuit Cowl, by death, resignation, removal, or of John B. Durr, deceased.M. or ii thci\vi inti-rtsted in the estate and willing to work f r rt-A.-vtu'.blo! pay. It would! Floridiao &. Journal, a newspaper published in th* Notice.

tJberwisc. it shall be the duly of the Governor to A. DURR, Administrator.Gadsdcn ol Thomas J. Towr.sei d, Lite of Jefitrs./n County IHJ wiir
blue m wnt election to fill ,.twl!* vacancy and he Co-tnty, January is, lt>r l. 2 6m Floiida i di'Cfitned, are lurchy not i fled I to exhibit of coming to NEWPORT. J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. nndersigr.ed having mace some ntararnm
his al1
htll jivca1 least sixtv days' notice thereol by proclamation their claims and derunds! within two years from this May 1'' 18i1. 18 JOHN ERSKINE JL ment in s.reqnotj p rwiwij.)

and the Judge so elected to till such vacancy Southern Mutual Life Innurancs Company date to the untlirsi. ,ncd,< (:ewiikfno >
hooks hut sell his goods e'cetnven, fortKh
the he 'iaI. of Louisiana. and all indebted to said decea fd South Carolina Seed Cow Peas. m
fctull Continue in otlice Irom tune per oi'S ate rcjucstfd true from the record :-Attrsf,
ties uniT his comrnisKion, \\hich shall be iuc i I HAVING 1 ln-fii !'IhsI| .iuff l Agent fur tln aljoroCompany to make immediate ;pajment to my ant hoi i- USIIEI-S Juit ceiwl from Cliarloton, copy R. C. LESTER, Clerk. province, ar.dliy so doing he will be able lo L$

' immediately alter the final canvass ot the votes b) ,. ilecaiitit; it Lull i.ecI.sarv to di.etz.i tlu zed aer t and attorney WILLIAM !liUDD, at Mnlicello '9-I J via New York,}vr fKhr.; Mary Howard, put Mar"hS.lSSl. 0 -lin Ihe lowest living prices, mersand which; he premie*l ii,

tvluch hi is return i*determined : J'roridtd, hoimrtr, inN4iuiV] Jitul lvaiitaiiC of tinnnituul in>unmcppritHipl'1 who is fully authorized by me tu settle the ui> ii ticrcts often biioLcLs cirh t ,. arid i fi r sile bvBlIUUY and hew rctjaesfsftinldcn him -call.ti: He b.-son tier-iwislirt! !)

TJtal should it lii-cotn; necessary to till any such vacancy v.-nuM rc-iH-rtfully; . PLinkfts.
be held under the < the eiiz.iis i f TalLJia and \ infirnuiti MALSY A. TOWNSEND, Aclm'x. r.f Caps. Csiioi:
before 9'ot' iriuity. Any 17 151. 19
MIDDLE and \VcolIcn Gocds tc. tc.. fcr and lactation
itution, the Governor shall have <'T ivUtive to it,can be obtaini-'l l by callinj m the Jefferson County, April 12, lS. i. n 2m family p

IhejtoAci to fill such vacancy: by appointment, and sul Tibtir. S. S. KXKJ11T.N Summer Clothing. CHA.NCERY. u'es.Jaiviary.1.
ihe eo appoiuti'd htinll hold t his office Irnin the v. mlicr SO, 1 S5
*Lat person of his conniiion until (ill nccc sur thai I be lIE undet signed,havin made arrangements with A P.. CLARK has just received from New York, ibald. and J.'hn A.,Daniel G.,Silas P., Elizabeth! ,

duly elected and qualified.SKC. lUST reeiivtIand fi-r .ale Ly 0. C. BYHD J: Coi, JL a cunftletCIIt experienced Asv.t in t ho City Li.. a xeneral assortment of summer clothing of Mary Ann. Maizar, arid Frances C. Bole, infant Notice.

"V. Rf it further en at/ct!. That the second J 10 i hbK No. 1. Mackerel" of Washington, and brin i 11 MJi- Fine Hour.2u mo-t reasonable terms, at the well known store on
hrctionofsaid act to amend tbetwi 1ft h c4ue4Jf1he! approved, and reiju ile forms, will attend to the collection es. Judge- of Probate li.r the County of Lee
Constitution nt this Slate, and adopted by the third sacks 'uo Otfli-e. of damn- by rs of attorney for Ri.urityLands Monroe St,. formerly occupied by Clark fc Stillrnan. Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen and fcr letters cf final dimi.-s'on as Ai'.minwrrafnroflhe

and fourth General Assemblies as afore-aid, lie and 10 racks Java Coffee. Pension-, and po.v Claims for Losses dial Sctvict Alsoa line lot of Cloths,Fancy and Click Doe-. kins, their children, Finetta She etd and her husband estate cf James IllackliJge, late of said Cruatj,ittreased. -

Ihe vastkf i is hereby abolished ; but it i is hereby |ro- 1 tii-rce Rice Upon; t Ihe United States Government. hmart-ttes, Col'd. and White prilling, Drap'Ete, Bryan Shetneld.! William H. Allen Joseph Allen, .

\idcd that the General Assembly thi11! by the concurrent 10 l.LIM. Prntni Sugar.bU Oiliccrs and soldiers of the war ul l IS15, or of any White and Fancy Mars.iiilt-sSatins and Fancy Silk Jelfer.aon F. Allen,Laura C. Allen, Susannah Allen EDWARD ELACKLIDGrT, AJn'r.

vote of the two Houses thereof, at its ue\t : < Cru.=!i< d and Pi.xrJcre Suar. of the Indian wars since 1790, are entitled to Bounty Vesting, which I.e is prepared. to manufacture in John C. Allen, and Thitza Ann Allen, and Jannary 25, 1&31. 3 fm

regular nr- >ion, elect some pen-on to fill the vacancy 500(1( ( lnt htiuitilla St-gars. Lands under the late Act ol Congress. For ser- such a manner as to_|.lca e:the_most fastidious. Daniel McRamy.FT .

vbteb will occur by expiration$ of the term of o'.Lce April 1 1.l. 14 xices rendered, a moderate compensation will be AL 0AJfulI Kid appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, byL Notice.
of Shirts and Thread
*I'that Judge who may draw the two year term, under charged, upon delivery cf the warrant or the amount assoiment aflfidivil made in this case, that Finetta Sheffield months after date, the nnJersigned willprf-
the i>r<.nnions of said n-cond section, which is THE 1RUE MEDICINAL ccllectcd. D. P. HOGUE.G. Gloves, Collars, HaH-Hos-e, Col'd. Muslin and Silk and her husband Bryan Sheffield, d) cot reside in SIX his account nnd vrocftcru the Honora&iaJudsre

herein ab'ivc declared to be abolished. COD LIVER OIL W. HUTCHINS. Cravats, Hdkfs., Boots, &c. this State, but in the Slate of Georgia, so that pro- of Probate of Leon County, as Admimtni ion

FIFTH GCMGBAI. A BMBLV. Passe*! the Senate March 29, 1S51. 12 tf April 5, 1S51. 13 IfJust ce.-s of subp
l>y the Constitutional majority, Occt-Kiber Ki, ISo'J USKKUL in the cure ol Scrofula, Consumption, it u therefore Ordered, That said defendant", County, deceased, and apply for a final disclu
Received and for sale low
f'aied the House of Hepresentdlivrti by the Con tilUlionil .\stlnu, lironchitisCoiiqhs; Sight Exchange "by Finetta ShuhVld and Bryan Sheffield apnear and trom administration ot said -sta'e.

majority, December 23, Ibi'J. and diseases ul' the Che-t ai-d Lun: s. A upplyol J. WILLIAMS, answer the Bill of Complainant's filed in this cane BENJAMIN BYRD Adm'r.
this valuable medicine is ju-t received, which is O N NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON within four months from the first publication of this Frrt Sfar.sbnrT. J no3rIS.. 151. 2 ''m

[\:4. 2.3 warranted pure, and of very superior quality.Foi : for sale, in sun.s to suit, by MANTLLA and Cot Rope, aworted size, Order, or said bill will be taken fur confessed against
sale by LEWIS &, A.ME THOMAS J. PERKINS, $Spade and Axes, Not Ice.
.' :' ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the October 12 1 1)0.. W Ant Marine! Rank.IETNA Weeding Hoe.-. Patent ditto
May 'i"t. 1 K). 20! Tallahassee, Fla. ,
Tilth Article ol the Constitution ot this Stale. Pots J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &c. months after date.I shall mate applicafieiito
Bake Oven Spiders,
SBCTIOV I. He it tnacted ly the, Senate and INSURANCE COMPANY Townend's A true copy-Attest, Honorable Judge of Probate in and for tIn
x t. auxvriat. M. v. PAPY. Old and Young Sarapnnl'a,
thf State f Florida O"CAR A. MYERS, Clerk. cf Jefferson for" letters r-f dis-mission ui
Jfause of Hfpresentatitt of I HARTFUKD I CONNECTICUT."DUILDINGS Trace Fifth Halter! Breast Stretcher and County
Krnnrat .Is5find3f convened. That the Sevenleenth MAXWELL & PAPY Log March 2-2, 1S51. 11 4m discharge! as Executrix of the last will and teti.
Clause ol the Fifih Aiticle of{ the Constitution ATTORNEYS AND COUXSiLI/IlS AT LAW, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house Clwin. merit ot James M. Hart, late of said County, det'd
insured kss bv fire. Strap Hinges. 1'an-nt-P.alance.s COO 1bi. Jefferson Circuit Court. HARt
is against ANN:
be and the same hereby, DO
of this State ,
TALI. \it.vsiji: : I-LOUIUA. and XeedIt- lVrcuion
Knives ,
attended as to read as follows% ,to wit : The,e shall LEWIS & AMES, Spt-yiiur Caps, IX CHANCERY. Jefferson County, February S, 1551. 5 6m
February R.1K51. January 2 each Circuit, who shall reside J5 -
lie one Solicitor for Cut Nails, Wronnht Nail.Ilone Shoe Nail4, Paul Ulraer, Executor cf John A. Cuthbert, dec'd. W.G.DAVIS
shall) elected by the qualified voters ,
therein, and Clothing. A. B. CLARKE, Windir and CantStat Cluurs, WillowVnnns, against
the firM Monday in October, in ATTORNEY AT LAW
*if rJcb Citcuit on Gadsden EitzwiUiam the widow ,
thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, TMXK fa.-lii the year one Madder and heirs ol JJin A. Cuthbertdeceased. taken his abode at TalUhassee.aiidirrJ'
Pota.hi'Sal Soda Indigo Glue.
and four theieaflrr or at such times as iC< :itf do. lilue: Green, ud l l'rni (!hinurctu TTAV1NG purchased the interest of Mr. up District,
the every General Assembly years may by law ;picscrihc, and Frock aivl Sack Coats, rktatit-Li: .Lip] ffhich is \rarnuiUiL *.l CH$% J.J. Slillroan in their old! business, can be Sis.-on's superior 5 s Tobacco, ILiil Road Snuff U'POX motion of Complainant, and it appearing practice in the Courts of the Middle
be Jut received mid for.iale Rio, Laguyra, and Java Coffee, coar-e at fine Salt, a&davit to my satisfaction that defendants and of Franklin and Jackson Counties.
thill receive for his services a compensation to chap at the New -'f l- found at their old stand on Monroe street,
Adamantine, Star and Wax Candles James Gid.sden Fitzwilliam all reside beyond March 9, 1S50. 9
fixed ySic. law." Cl-.thhig .vT.. MITCHKLL. where he will receive i.i a few days from New York Sperni Byrd
2. Ke further! cnarted. That such tlection May 17, 1851. 1I tf one of the most complete aisoitnitnts ol Iailymtile :loxes! Frown Sosip ditto for the Toilet, the limits of the State of Florida, the one in Valuable Plantation for Sale.

shall be held and conducted and the returns Clothing awl tJinttt nun's Fancy Coo.lsever Green & Blk. Tea, Pickles, Ix-nmn Syrup, Claret, South Carolina and the other in New Yorkso thai whereon the late JwtoEJ
is Ice Ice Real ccol Ice S H.I and Butter Crackers, Pine Aj-plc Cheese, the ordinary process of this Court caii.t: 1,,- served HE PLANTATION
now assortment -
thereof made, in the same manner as pre- off-red in this market. Also, a general Byrd ft.nnerlv resided, bi Leon County,ant

*cribitl by law, or may bet eat UT bo prescribed bylaw tit the cool t-tnir (l 'lirfr the usual That be !
LOTS with Ordered rr.ade
SnL-ar /
member from Cassiinrrs HI act. Loaf and Cnihed good assortment / therefore publication
fur the election toCongicss lilac.'c and Fancy lite/.in and ,
in the nuiniin at three rents 1N.IInd] cleared and under cultivation. Oa the prnat
\lr ] and l'elvtirts1itJ of article* in the Dry Goods ; lot four months in a newspaper published in Tallahassee ,
lLi State. by the hnuill (juantitr and two t ainl !l.nlf l and Fi'iuied Silk, Satin, Catfimere, ilonse.ce h the fl
rei> > a by Hardware Cr Florida said defendants Gadsdtnanl is c comfortable frame Bevelling
FIFTH GEVERAI. A.IF.MBLY.PasQed the Senate *, which he is prepared to manufacture at Shoes, ckt-ry. Saddlery, requiring
tIlt hntuJn-d weight All s from nl>)nia ]jrsoi Coach Trimming and Don.tfiie Byrdsall to plead!, answer or demur to the Kill ? ary ,
December 31
the Constitutional majoiit. the 'hici test notice and in the most approved style.
by the Consti- hate it packed in boxes or casks with aw dist as require.L requested Room is requird to enumerate Fancy Articlea.Cunclaion of Complaint on or before the first Monday in Sep- many aJvant.iges,as rt adjoins the pmey
Passed the House ol$ Representatives DANILL LA Dli. The community generally are n-spectiully the rnr.ce b Dd .
JSol. and examine stock hf fore el-e- ( next wtxk.) Umber nextJ'ronidel : very
call purchasing
lutional majority, January s, to iuv
NeWport. MayOl8i. 18 tf and Plank Road will paMviCtiO
where. Tallahassee, October 12, 1S'0. 40) AprH 19, 1851. 15 A copy cf this Order be duly published! Geonria
for four months, as herein dlrectrd, prior to the said yards of the tsi ehhin. and I tlii.kiringo( w
OncE Tallahassee OK RnTAnv, Miy OF 1, 1S51. 7 j jW. Look at This JOHN "PIIATORIUSI Clothing.TKST first Monday in September ( Isol) next. line.'er through the whole length of die Pkattt"

F.USIIELS CORN ibot. J. WAYLES BAKER and when this Road is i wlicL is un&f
cf Slate dolieicby Mcd assortrafnt of Genfs and March 29, Judge.A completed
CIAns DOWNING, -cretaiy 1500 rec a general
ct-rtiiy the foregoing to bo (true and correct 8IiJJ) ( Sidl'S, i[:or THI: LATK KIUM OF JU'LL & rnATonir,] Spring and Summer Clf.thins. For sale true copy-Attest, tract, to be done tv the l"t of January. -
4 I Hj() 5l ,snider C G. FIFE Clerk. Plantation! the wf.ole! IL'.e of the Road viusil"
of the original Acts on file at my office, and \17"OULD inf.nn his friends an d the j'ulhictkit low by" HEIR t RUST. on
copies Jieiewtth published in pursuance<>f the provision of 1200 nugar-cured 11am ; j&ftV ho lu:. tikni the More lately 4sCCtIlhll l April 19. 1S51, 15 April 12, 1S51. 14 4ra it for convenience itc. It is now offered S-r **
the Constitution relative' to'Atueadmcuts and Revition C tierces Rice, C. II. I'.i'HHl. ;ui.l tuljiiiiihig the store laulyoccupied i bargain. 1'rur- It>irot of rurcha.-'imr, P"T
100 barrels Flnnr Corn Oats and Hay. In Gadsden Circuit Court. call Jr. Cliaire wit:! ?how dI'land.
of the Constitution. by Bull it Pnit< ri upbore ho ill be isle.edto l on *ph Ilqwho *

(\ \V. DOWNING, Scent ary Slate. 2y IV.rk, attend to the call and! want.f th "e who nwy bdwjxfced ;- BUS1IEIS heavy white Com, SPRING TERM, 1851. For terms ttc, apply to me at BIT resae

Way! 3,1 Ml. n Cm -- 4 TArl1A ltr,.'. .1g. to jkitronizf liim in lu- line of LUsiIles. 1!) 20> Oats, C. )L Williams Fort Stransburv. Fla -
: ,
10 Whiskey, and mos-t every He has received, by the late arrivals, a choice and 50l' hales ita's', [ Attachment BESJAME

_)> For Sale. llilnjlc that'may be vautcd can bo bought itt the *tvl-i>riffj ,IJ.JJif.f Cloth*, Catniinere: *, JVij. Now landing from Bnsr Urann?, nnd for sale byMcNAUGHT Charles TV. Egerton. )C A-aumpsit ?500. January IS, 1S51. 2 ____lf___ --
tore of -
of S. S. lNiG lIT. G'ood* also, a < (iv fyi! uMortmcnt of A ORMOND.
G1IIL about 14 age, Funfy ; /
A LIKELY npgro years May 10, ISSI. 18 defendant and all others interested in the Notice.
rA_.. used to plantation woik. New Yoik acceptance JE..f1) Y-JLl1)l f'L 0 TllIXO, Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 THE suit, will take notice t.f the commenceraent 'T'nT! undersigned pre notice that tk**
taken payment. All of wliidi! I fLittc-r myself, are equal in style and hereby
in Bacon, &c. Notice. thereof and plead to the same Recording to law. office-s will be &T the I3Th
S. S. KMGIIT. that Will Itfiund secure open
April 19. IS5I. 15 Duality, and ijuite ax ch'djt, n" anv i.tlicrs -
JUST rcr ivwl from Now Orleans per W. II. TctU-a in thU nuirkct lie will ijlve particular attention O1X months after date.'I shall apply lo the Judge March 22, 1 851. 11 Attorney A. K. ALLISON.for Plaintifc official bi-in<-vs, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every wj, -

Just Received. I Tdlahia.see, to 1 his bubinus.*, mist! Lyjios be will iiitrit a lilx-ral O of Probate for Gadsden County lor a final settlement day's exeerted. SF4

BUSHELS CONN, 15000 jHiunds Mi'MIiii and Shuudrs, patronage from the public and chargefnm the estate ol Hardy Shepard.cleceasid. Notice. The necessity and. propriety of regataf
I flflfl bulk 1't.rfc hours of Lusines in put-lie I'ffces are
2500 NovemUr 2U 18&0. 4G tf F:. S. SHEPARD, Aclm'r.
Lv'ju 10,0<>u pounds indebted to the estate of John P'atk.u.
Fergu rC"
2() l1flLl M1 s 11,1S51. 1 Cm ALL persons law and usage, and are to obvious to
Gad den Jocuary
Shoulders, County
toI'J' 75 extra and superfine Flour, Pure Sulphate of Quinine. late of Washington County dvcisiscd, are .
I** barrel* Flour, ft cahks Piisar-curtd llaniii, Pork. requested to make payment to the undersigned; and C. \Y. DOWNING. Secntary

20 Pork, 5: lai' ol THE subscriber have on hand two hundred and tho>e having tlc-inuid agninat the same, are hereby JOHN BEARD. eompIroll'-

21 Whiskey, fi barrels family Mess Dccf, ounces ol Sulphateof Quinine, which they 0 BARRELS Mess Pork,landing from Brig Urn no to present them within the time prescribed by W. R. 1AYWATtD. Treft

10 Monongahela Whiskey.Aloalarc 20 keg Lard, have obtained iliic-ct from I the uianulaclurcis, and t) iius, and for Kile bvMvNAUGlIT Law, or the payment thereof will be barred. I). S. WALKER &?.
upply of 1 i-wry kind of Groceries, will \\anant it to be article. & ORMOND.Newpsrt. Ci
they a superior
5; (Jodien Butler, JAMES M. LONG, Qualitu-d Executor."Waslungton R. S. hAYWARD, fifcr fP"
ibe\ RoU aa low or at tower prices than We have stock of and Medicines 11
which \\ 2 tureen hUijar-curo'l kc'l IJccf enlarged our Drugs March 22,1851. County, May 5,1851. 17 8t February 1,1851. 4
thcsubscri- _
oyolher boupe in this 1.lacr. Call at by recent ariivalsand are prepared lo exirutc- _

bci's hcluie purchasing cUtrtl.cre. 400 5 bu-Lds barrels I O ew>ra Oilt-aiu Syrup, orders tor articles, in our line, at wholesale or ntail, Cofiee, Sugar, Soap, &c. Notice. Leon Female Academy

___April_____19_,_1',51._______ 15 S. S. KNIGHT. The above piods will lie il l mi reasonable lcrm on We the have most also accorainodaliiu a few accounts terms.yet due to us for the -g SACKS COFFEE, SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge Trustees of the Leon Female
Boots. JliUUY: A UOWLILS, Auctioneers, dc. Ibl'J. They are nrally in small amonr.U, .1. 3 10) barrels Stuart's vellow Sugar, Probate of M.nlUon County for letters of dis method >f Snforniuig the pEbhC

DOZEN Pair of Brook Patrnt Slmnk B
1 April R, 1851. 13 J AS B. GAMBLE. fartowardslinuidatingceitain sums which weowe. 5 Daniel I'linn, deceased. i>f W. P. CITCSISKIUW. cf South! CL17
PLAIN STUAW MATTING, LEWIS fit AMES.June,165O. TO boxes family Soap, SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Adm'r.March winch Institution will afflrd all the aJvaDi1'thorough
1'J 5 CJ..lorcJ J" cupcitor Tol ttc, tvc.
Plows. 24 acro 22,1S51. 11 Cm l refined education. We hop*
For wile by C. C. BYRD i Co. 22 from Uranus and for ale by nn
and for wile at low Landing Brig tLe !
O K f\ CAST Sweeps ia ttoro, en such n footing as to obtiate refWITj.ei
12 1851. 14 McNAUGHT A OKMOND.
ad*>U ratt*. Ad. B. GAMBLE. April New Goods. Marcb 11 Notice. ing our children from home to acquire

Aprils, 1651. n _ Spring Goods. a large and carefully selected stock of Newport, 22,1851. SIX month after date, I shall make application Ttnn per Session of f'tte Ju"-

OPENING F.ritania and Metal Ware, Lard &c. the Honorable Judge ot Probate in and for the First which will be bight all
Law Firm. in subscriber is opening to-day a small invoice Bright Bacon, The Class, in
T French County ol JetTcason.for letters of dismission and discharge Education
consisting in of Tea and Coffee Pots
i of
part branches EuglLh '
I EARD A BREVAHD will practice in copartner c.f Dress Goods, Bonnet JUMii., Florence Silk, Coflee Filterer*. Pitchers, Candle Sticks of different 4 CASKS Bacon Sides, as Executor of the last will and tcstL.nent of Greek if desired
the Court of the Middle Circuit of 4c.: wUcli bo ollcra at very low iirici! 2 Shoulders oinlate of said deceased GcOrPhY
all Fol County,
I ,Jjij in qualities,Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake 13jxes, Kbenczcr &cond Class-Spelling. Beading,
-. Hondo. Oflicc iu Tallahassee. BEARD Aprils, 1851. 13 J AS. II GAMBLE. Cannisters, and a variety ol other articles, which 10 barrels" Mess Poik, AH persons herein interested,are hereby notified ac- Arithmetic, English Grammar. a.Th
offer for sale on reasonable terms. cordingly. and Jlouern LVf
; T. W. BUEYA11D.Fcbnury :: Spring and Summer Goods. Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, Jefferson County, December 7, 1550. 43 6m tory, Keeitati Composition, Ancient

, 1.1651. 4 tf TUST received a general assortment of Spring and Ware of every description, manufactured here by 15 "VYlibkey. r1ari'cla..sSpolliotr.Reading.Wri tory ns. A' "

f J Summer Goods,to which we invite the attention good workmen, and at fair prices. Just received per Schr.Bamnnl. and for pate brMcNAUGHT Notice. English G
Shoes. of bujcr? bi-f< re purchasing el.icvvhere.Apiil Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern & ORMOND. months after date the undersigned, Administrator meti;Geography, 11

and Gents Rubber Ovc'n4iocjust roceiv- 19. IbSI. 15 HEIR & RUST. Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job Newport, March 22, 1551. 11 S of tho estate of Walter R.Blackburn,will present Fourth war,Reading,Wnimg, qj 10

IADIES JAS. B. GAMBLE. Work executed faithfully and with despatch.T. his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Pro- Music, .

April 5,1661. 18 Boots and Shoes. WHITE & CO. FLETCHEfWIlLE HOUSE laite Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from French -

FINE Sewed and Pigged Calf Boots; Con- September 21, 1SO. 37 tf (IS SIGhT OF THOMASVILLE, GKOUCU,) said estate. DY TIlE

Hats. assortment ?I Calf, and Kip Shoes and Brotfaus.Ju. RIVATE BOARD, all tilings Licluded,at*10 per ELIAS LASTINGER. 1l,1S5l.1-

n .... & RUST are now opening an latest I ... ..t opened and for sale cheap at the New For Sale. P month. Travellers nccommodatfJ, yitlumt Liquor February 1, 1851. 4 6m January

of Spring end Summer Hat, ol the 15 very Clothing Store. LIKELY and able negroc follow used to the ,a Leap cheaper than Cotton eclK Brandy.

._ ___April 19,1651. W. T. MITCHELL.MayS. A Turpentine business-to bo sold low bv the pub- P. P. SMITH. Notice CASK very suprior Brandy.

Blacksxnithing. 1651. 17 tf 8crilr. S. S. KtflGHT. January 18, 1651 6m SIX months after date, 1 shall apply to the Hon 1 April 5, 1851. 13 JAS

'_ rT undersigned respectfully informs W DOWNING April it), 1f51. 15 Now Judge of Probate for the County of Gadsdtn -"
the public generally that, haying or for letters of final dismission as Admin Notice This.T -

employed-* a puperior Horse Shoer, he in > ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Superior tireen and Black Teas. BARGAINS to be Ixmght of the suVciibcr, imme istratrix of the estate of William McGriff, late of anI
;,1r. ;.._ this time
,w "pared (o execute nil \voik in that line in a Tallahassee, CASES eupcrinr TEA Mhich can l>c recomiiwndcd. likely negroe girls. Approved New said County, deceased. L HAVE on hand at of negroes VN
vi families
3 fair two
usu.1terni. York acceptance taken in payment for r'ame-tihl m SARAH McGRlFF, Aibii'x.Q'iincy rricffi
manner, aud on Office at UK t'a >iu'l. BERUY t KOWLES. 15 bS -
tipeiior 25 F tl, PAYNE Match 15, 1851. | IU) tf M.iy n, 1851] 17 April IV, 1851. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. December 21, l* 30. 50 6m April W, 1651.

J(411L 2),