The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Maxwell & Hilton
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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J. rtnI1.c 1 JoV1AL. also succeeded in obtaining the assistance of i Upon tho birth of her first child she sent for; when manhood comes upon them, look with From Ik Jfarrrft Xtview of a Suchtfor." she should not bet I knew

THE ELCPIHENT.jit L\s\ cuasin, and had gone to the principal hotel j. her father, but his only answer wa=, tIt! lie I\ what pride your heart leapt within you whilst Early Friends. me uncomfortable; to hoar that it the would had.mako : .

in the city to engage rooms for his bride. knew tier now no more, am! that it was ezceschvly Ibteni g to the strains which proceeded from Where are they ? There was a tall

THE AVTUOB or riisr LCVT. j At supper Miss Mowhraj said, ] anmnirg to him to have to re'"MVmfFsigi !jjcrhapj: tlx-ir! giJteti lips-;m l can you iniiaience | I c.uiaot sit now, as cr.ce, spon the edgeof door ; s-eiid! not know woman me who but I opened the

| I-iiiily: t hope you have not met jlr. Selwyn ; -.* from her whom he had discarded them to throw aside all the brightness: the b-ook, hour after hour, flinging off my her as one of the old sen-ants.; I recognized

ti h: ben : rrwy sth.tet1. both Miss Mow I this aftenioon." i forever." j of youth and saciilice tr.em3i-l'" a for the pu--
,;c .i'j: Emilv wrote to Mr. Mowbray.- 44 Yes aunt I saw: Mr. Selivj-n, and if yen it can be easily imagined how mrsappy pose of gratifying nn bsati.tte: avarice your |i on it great sport. There Is no git I with au- I' e Isable. My heart fluttered surpri -

pv i -j her M:* r to her father, distinctly .isj -| wish to make me comfortable you will not these circumstances rendered Emily, tie fend pr.rt, and when rising ii; oppo-ilion to your 1'i'rn linglets to sit beside me, and play upon thinking the might step in $5omewh,

j t'i" it;! was her 1utethn> to marry rWIS 'interfere with me until father return, as action i-ndeanueuts of a hippy homeland thedevojtul wishes on this igu: head lo repudiate the the bank. The hours are shelter than they perhaps that she might suddenly have herselfor

i'1"n ii eomelL to elope vii on your pait would only tend to nuke I afibction of a lo\iijg partner tendeliial I child of your 1)oom-t ) cast u.T the
j.u Mr. Mowbrav replied to her iu a \ery I( the nritter assume a mare seiious aspect" great measure to all-iy! the hitter pang me.
VT ,.unM: >r, teJK.! 1 her "not for an iastajit 1 1t aily: I should be te! last person to act : under which the was fufiVring. oflvive-to bury all the lint r let Iiigs of na- lor.g- Poor Tray U dead, long ago ; and Presently the housekeeper in

: -a hr."Jf: : i-tieh Jin idea a'J.v l >nger, forif, in rny manner that \\ ould cause you imhappi'.iesg i But we will take 3 ju to ehvyns re. lence j tare in a studied and invettrr itc dislike which, he cannot swim into time pools fur floating' she asked if cam looking
very the
1 1ie U tL'I,) uii: her tuuat into execution, that day but your fathers injunction in this he is now living in a handsome house in a i iletired if cheriihwl, must ere long assume a hatred l sticks, nor can I sport with! Urn hour after to grave see her.; gentleman wished ..

J.3uM;! U''* u '"" aud ncver I'flt3 Vt Iv'i a instance must be obeyed,and I protest against and fashionable! patt of the cit-. IJut j of the most appalling character. Think ye hour, and think it happiness. The mound !j- The gentleman did wish it

t i His: p' .perty or eea recogmae her." your tuldng any more aft -moon walk* unless eighteen molhs; !ha\e rolL-d aroutid 'inte hi* all of 'hi4, and when the tinel dazzle of, that covers his grave L sunken ; and the trees down ou one side of the fire and she sat :

r lie wrote that &La taust car y in company ithnysvlforEome femnle ftiemJ, 1 n-jicn! with Miss MowLr..y. It 5 the !hour be- j wealth shall seek to exert its influence, ask that shaded it .ire bioken: and mossy. I and the leaves ; -for it was antutnn -

T iii- i jrti'tertLflS ta the: letter.nj' and if j ou ttill j,erM.-<. ia disobeying my iajuuotions fore dinner, Sclwyn and hi* wife are wtt'ng yourselves ifhar-j iiiess or misery is to result { Little Lilly! is grown into a woman, and imanieil i- [ November winds were were foiling! and the
t Ill,. ,'. ; '' -nj' i th reception of this 1 fcliail .110 ,t ascureuly use suniiiU-I urion the &uft. SJM! h engn oJ in tewivj i :ro.n the pOliCy which you may pursue. But rind she has another little Lilly, with j I -Shall I tell her very

U" ]1iii': ) ; i s.1d ScUvyn and imparted him ry mp.tsurvs to point you Jo a sense of duty." | wJiiK' her tiny litrb foot i is letting upon the \ve tnn t. dear reader, crave von; pardon for | fl.txen hair, she says-looking as she used teJI and ask at for -Isabel Ihought I-who I cm

I'V'all-1'' 1 h-1*" fhtfler Had made: upon her. *' \Vdl, aunt. I frhr.H} !he always very glad of! rocker of a richly carved mahcgony cradi this digsior :id wo tiI -i_. m i __j .... ,...'al i.V| aIav_ uuv 11 i. uu* ,t wa* nam once jot me to call? I her tried t t

ei, 1' -:vJ tcrsuade her tog your company du'in my v.-alks." in which is posing a little cherub of but three WOlkTio not Lilly. She has a litila boy too, that she was ve1 y strange, but I COTiM nrt nameit

\'lii 1 -n t.e! morrow and be niar;i iI.. At So saying she hunii'd (rum the dining a- ( mor.ths. So sweetly dons it deep, that one / fo'-.J entreaties of a loving and unhappv calls Paul-a chubby little rogue-she writes, it .t

TVdi'! n;
." Mr. Selwy ::, wait until wy father j The rtt! ; morning immediately after breakfa angels sent on eaith to point by its purity niii-niinri! and ci'Uu son-in-law, the fond the boy voice so earnest, that rose at once and

.J11'8r I :: 'i1i IliLII further. nca *!, Emily packed her truuk and then asked and innocence to that heaven above, where l-irments: and Ki.t: i-fiueiice of interesting! Den,-who would have liked! a ride ii: the [ crowed the room and took her hand.:-' You

; Trn. 1:1: etrtit: jj oy ; d her aunt to have the carriage as she intended joy and happiness reign supreme. Emily! at graid-e.iSdreii! tho earnest porfcuasions of; coach that carried me away to school-has1 know tize/ saiL 1 1, ':;ot1 surely remember Paul

:: 1)V tt i1ild. D1nya ihthaud Lie will calling! upon Agnes DeL.vjou-t. 3i-! Mow |I K-ngth broAc! the ?ile .ce. she hsi.i hand [ fiiujo's have all passed by disregarded and had a great many rides since th n-rough She started with surprise, but recovered

r.h ,: prov." bray iiistanlly ordered her commands to bo upon her huvhaiH i.uuttir, (as he was intently 1 unWe'l by Mr. 1)WhV. Cut a time is ar'- rides, and hard ones, over the road of li.e.: t tI herself and resumed the same grave manner.I .

r r. oiusf"nar C'x':- -ijoar1> !iat recently acquaint executed, and Emily arravt'd )herself in a light gazing! at hibiuitc; ms boyj) and said, | pni .chiPij! when tail!: :it, hiih boiii innate tai- I lit' does not rake un the falling leaves for thought I had committed some mistake, or

\\iili l-itber, 1 liae a hotter kuowlj j silk dre' s and prepaixd for her skle.Ariin j ** lear V''i ilJjam! if father could only sec eat will achieve! the vktjwlsich: : has been bonfire, as he did vnce ; he is grown to b'M been ia some way cause offence. I called

ci: oeliii"your ch.T-.T-ter: : than you ha\e liisjrJrt ; at her fiit'nds: she dismissed the our boy I know that the fecli.'igs of obduracy I so mgeily sought for and attempted on varioiiijoccahions a man, and is fighting his way somewhere in for Madame, and asked for Isabel I

jItjtflLtt! : 1' trieitus aduiii Li:u tu i be a man \ carriage, instructing the tliiver to call for herat | which now sway his heart wou! I ib. compel 1eJ a grand scheme of internal irripioemct our western vvoiIJ!, lJ the short lived honor She turned pale, terribly pale-'Bella ?*

i-.v.tcrattf: pn-judiccs, and of anma Millet. After some liule! conversation, Mrs.DeLacotirt toiild! under the fcolttr influences of a : i is on foot throughout 'Viiiuia.I .- of ti'ne. He was married not long ago ; hi.- said she.Ye .
,;iit.m.! fathers love." of all clas wife I as one of my '' .ymatss at i imy S *, Bella.'
will tbr.t having one*formed a resolution ] remaiicvd, j i The 1 sympathies or prejudices >sea i
I the 10' world .4 Dear Emily be aniious 1 ciliated? Mr U o.poaed! to it, first school ; she was beautiful, but 1agileis 1 Sir-Bella is dead !'
LwauiJ J-'iJp: V.v ** were w Why, giils, were I as young as yourselves none can more are Mowbray
1 Jiii- i ". 1" *' J" 'nauee ? lEial, aji' rom I would prouK'nadiug Uiis fine diy." than myself f.r a rccorsciliation with your J and ha determined: to ue his inllucnco a leaf. She died within .a year of their I dropped into my chair. I raid not a

tl! '> little o; '.->'tamties I have; myself] had of, Upon tii! suggestion, Agnes saiJ, father ; but we have made everyalvaneeantI the project, (hi the other hand!, Selwyn !- marriage. Ben was but four years my senior word. The housekeeper-!>Ie3 her kind :

'bsmi > l-'i- clta-aster, I would wilUnj*!v nstlt j ** suppose, we do i:ziiilv."' they have been met v.Sth such decided repulses has determined to lei.' his assistance ; but this ijiief has made him tea years heart !-passed noiselessly out. My hands e
: ff
tlint h"viii carry out tbci.'on3vXfreesed I am rea iy," repilv ,1 Uusily. The young that 1 fe.-l oibinrlined by f'Uther conces- J ;rid use his cxi-.iior.j i'r Usfi'trierince; ol oliLr. lie does not say i it, bat his eye and : wc-c: over my eyes. The winds were sihin

iiu Ittttr t t-* you ?n w, clear gi 1, these' facts laud's were soon ready, and when in the i Mons to subihit to f.iitu-r i.i3utaidcoatutne-; : its objects. The! day for t.e! ni"-ting of the figire tell it I ITi" outbid, and the clock! ticking mournfully
in: i 1 wisli dear ( 'oiivenllon has arrivtd and ?lr.i nurse who put the purse ii my hand within.
r-wJIn tiii'iii-elves upon you, why would street Agnes said, ly. Emily, in cwy npcct; to i a'bnjth ,
;? *' I minister is of tho first to arise and that dismal morning, is grown a feeble old j I did Jiot sob, nor nor utter
m urenJU": : hadje] depends, apnn our j Emily, mothers pugge tion was quito apropos to 3-o-r happiness, au.l as much as 1 i Moub'-ay one urge weepy any
would feel humbled! i i.i ins to the prop-Ji-ed measures.iiu .- woman. She was over fifty then ; she may I son tid.
thet.i-! ; to
ni8. No oh! clesnsjcl prent ; atU dIS she suspect the result of this havi-ig n1uiiune.ti.; o jfcti-.i..s
ed fi,,.- i !lit':1 mi'id all before! it and haviin well! be seventy now. She did not know my I The clock ticked mournfully, and the birds
i..Ivt'| i, but ii I > ua p-ocrasliaate uatl! your fatier i wait lint; Emily you n pear so calm. I J concesMunsto your liillit, ? :! I would t : : : sweeps ,
rtU'' h" v.iil mo&t! assuredly thrust cannot account lor it I should. nlno-t: iaict gla Ily wke: t-ie ncce'ss.try co-ieet'-.frt' s fur ; ucl l every av.iiLbls r.rtrnmeat, !Iu resume voice when I went to her the day, nor were singing ; but I did not hear them any

( j thti t.f hi* peit aiy.iJit thunders' ot! r.pjliUie.After did she know my voice at all. She repeated longer ; there was a tempest rgiagtithia
Iji: ri:':r ia: ou- way, and may, pchars: with fear. pan-ose ]rcuoting your baj.i.ic'cs.-( |
n-nd-rarailKT t.ty tUHicult which caa now letvf *' Dear Agnes my mind is made up, and 1nn ( !But: d.tret l every eli'o:1: that I h'vcm.. de consi lerable debate, S'lwyn arose, i th! ? nini2.hen I told it h.rPaI1, Paul she me, that would have drowned the voice of

,ni4 w ith tha: greatest ease and savtv. perfectly calm i-ud -l-ted! I believe I (and I havo: made nruiy) fr a rec nciiatioi! ;! and o completely did he refute the atgumcnto did not remember any Paul, except a little thunder.It .

has been iiict l Mr. in tLt 1 of'. that iinnicJiateiy: ? boy a long while ago. j broke at length in a long, deep sign,-
Think, di'-r Etnily,of these ihiujs and act uptj could face ar.y emergency at this ti-ne. JJut J ) by Mowbray proud, : opponents they gav "
1 austere, which cleat t'pin: the : : : of the CYnvention -j To whom you gave a purse when heI oh God -said 1. It may have been a *
v w* l Inve. Xi-itMer! 3-011 or I can be hapcontinually ?ce. Mr. Schvyn and his liicnd arc now approaching. repuUit'e manner ly i.idi-i w-iy. juurumcu I pray
'wLjk! : under the excitemMnsi'a ." I i catcs's Iiis tru] determination, to diiregaidj > Mr. .Mowiiray approached id wyn and I went awav.. and IcJd him to say nothing to dr-it; was not an imprecation*
1'v 1 siiI Lilly or to Ben 1'I Bella-sweet Bella was dead It seemcel
j our la.IlJiness.
must exist J long as your resolution I 1 The gentlemen saluted the young ladies ,
*S \i nnd immediately joined them, SUuui and j But, dear William, I will send rur little : .Stlwyn, you have nobly defended the I -' Yes, that Paul'-said the woman ex1 as if with her, half the world trss dead-every
; i Theodore to his ofJice! him 1 espoused and Your own digniliid 1 ultingly' io! 3 ou know Urn Tj biigLt face darkened-ever sunshine
tl'i, Mr.1ayn, I Jo not waver in myWalm. Emily taking the lead. to see and I I think cause you }
"Sow that he will allow the l better : and honorable action has impelled to it j And when I taAJ! I her_'she would nol blotted oat,-every flower 'uithered-every
IVai it i is h.s! an arrow | ie'ciug; i Etnily, we will go into some ftoroi feelings of his ; me
nature to the '' l-ict foolish! Give have believed it !I' Eat she did ; and took hope extinguished !
i tit ha* to think of lili'a4ng a father i and you purchase gome little at tide and while assert mastery. j overcome; my prejuJices.
ray "Wel! dear wife s-e.jd aI1I'odore h"'i and M the be j hold of my hand r.gnin, (for she was find) j I walked out into the air, and stood under
wlo hi* b? "% so kiud, si frolieitoui ronrrni- iii the fctore 1 will step and have a carrhgeat J lid? af--I me your past forgotten,
tprnooi hut f fearful that be remembered." I jaa-'l then smoothed tlow.i! plaits of her apron. the trees where we had played together ith '
i iig:i rw. I 11 >ve you, and l/ivl t'isl i"my fat'pr.unot the I b" iciest ilv'd 1t I will have ioi into the car/Snge, and prot-.od i.mne'diaUly : will order the servant away." J My dear tl. all is forgotten by me. My !1 and J3 gpd her strings, to look' tidy in the 1 poor Tray-where Tray lay buried. But
i Oi doarest he bj h for she has presence of the gentleman. And the told j it was not Trr.y I thought of, as I stood there
i ur iaa (! V.--s iiv 1-v diiobeyiutr hi v.isJK'nHy *- to tie rnini.-lu'/s.: I have arr.iiijreil it ; no, would net acto.I .- wife will now pp\ ; ever ,
j :all S1.1 a Pivsbyteriun cL'rjyman, wh> sayUut 'I lie luveme still, r.nd i know that he will lycmd after you wit a tru3 fill; r.fTectioi." me long storIes about the old house and how i with the coid wind pining through my hair,

i love You for homo the i the pe-ople came in f.fkr'vards ; and she call- i and my eyes filling wish tears. How cod! !
I' o'r : do not ecclvr y.ji curs1f lif will not regard ihe caprice of a fajther. I my boy. ;j" start on Monou, pre- I
tb tUat father uiil cer beT ." I Dinner was announced, and the loving wu I -utne. Il so, we will! travel together." I led me 'sir' sometimes, and s-.tnotlmes 'Paul. -he die ? Why was she gone ? Was it really
: ? ii-jp your I j make \nd last r.--ormeed! thoej t But I asked her only to say Paul ; she seemed | true ? Was Isabel indeed (h'ad.-4a! !:cr coffin
v.cil-J, f r bt }3'a saiJ lhat l.e \\i\\\\ div | Tlie turned into a ttore. Selvvyn initantI -I happy pair prewired; to t'uir rept.- t iev, n t-njoycd
.Mter di.iner :yiwn his lea'-'jros whifh an inordi fte pride on tIpart glad for this and talked easier ; and! went buried i 'sfien why shtukj anybody live ?
office i
card! you a'ni Jiwcr rccAgiiiz? you again if I wt u Jed his way to the spot where he had went to 't: : j ? ,
[ liens indefatig.iMe i in !.! lions and j of .\lr. Alowbray had so long deprived on to tell of my old pLay mates, and how \\ ei \\ hat vas there lo live for, now that Bella
.' jit'i i.i.ini d i* :*. I am rertaia ih-it to idirect'H a carriig; tu I be in waiting, and] in .-. : exc: was
1:1-: r.." you111 hav lo fiaciifico your love j !nv minutes returned with it. The ladies 1 Ist pgres.>iiig to' '.vcaltli! a.l: I lame. His- i them of.Haing i used to ride the pony-poor Jacko !--.atid was gone I

l.iMnr: lUtlit-r.: fui t am: well acquainted with 1 were handeil in, the gentlemen also too! tliciiI wife dressed her little Theudoic and sent him I arrived at Richmond, SYtwyn wa how we gathered nuts-=ucli heaping ihs ; Ah, what a gap in the worW, is made by
to see his grand-father and arrived anxiunsthat %ir. Mowbray s'iuul.1 Lome and! how we used to |lay fo1? and geese the death of those wo love! It is no lorger
J. l.a; iiiati'i\iigf! nn<'d n dit,'rininaUosiili iwus, and ia a fe'.v luijiatcs thi-y were standing i having at jjo
i' ;;: > IV law of the Medes anti Peruons I before the divine who was to make them i the ntiicc, tlie nurse entered and preseitii ''with him. but Mr. 'loliray said that hi? : through the long winter evenings ;' and how whole, hut a poor half world that swings un

'.i h ilu- JiuoL" J one for iiie. Th} *> ceremony p2formed, th"v I j th! liitle boy to Mr. ]KoxrbMy said, | wo-Ji come in the evening. Selvvyii went I my poor trother would smile- ut here I II i easy on its own axis, and makes you dizy
Jwvu J- J'ieasu inisius Emilv tend i home and tulJ his wife that an oU frienduulJ asked her lo tlop. She could not have gone ; with the clatter of its wreck !
M-. Siiwyn, I wi'l' ( ink over the matter were instantly driven to the house vhre S'! sar, baby to
*" I much longer, for I believed she loved our The hocselceeper toM! all-little little
Ena vil! ivo ir. mind to-morrow wl *?n had taken apartments. As won as'i'etcht.d i see ion. c.H oa her that e\eninir, but would on me by
you I Mr. her who it At the house and people better than tho io\ed her' as I found calmness to listen. She had
s.>eoj.; 1 1IS grovnug late, and we tnuetl".t the parlor appointed for her, the j .Mowbray caught the child from the not impart t to wa? length '
: but to-jnorrow I will give fi-iited. The struggle had been r great one, !; nurse aid almost smothered il with kisses.1 .- bell lings and Mr. Mowbray ushered! intothe. ewn. i'en: dead a month ; Lilly was with her
you myj
heart is seated hi As for uncle, the cold, silent man, vim through it all ; she died sweetly, without pain,
< "H"". Rtd what i think best to He done." and exhausted nature had to euccumb. She yearned toWwih his daughter! and apartrn.tmthicr > daughter,
he wished call h'ishand and 'l'heudare. lived with his books in the hous'* 011 the hill, and without fear,-what can r.ngp's fear I-
to K-r hi, her
though child
within restored but burst into again,
ViMii .trcoii 'aiid! i !her to a square was soon immediately : j
: and who used to fnghten me sometimes with [ She had spoken often of Cousin Paul sho
father I" shrieked
still his btern and "Oh father ;
yet nature my
cc id. flood of tears. uncompiojuL-ing my
r u-i iciicc aad dion tidy part Upon a passionate } :
could be .* ard fainted in his Upon her his lock, he grow cry feeble, after I leu, and hail lert' a little pacqnet for him, but it was
:TiiflZ nt homehw aant said, j 1 tar Ea ly, said her husband, *' you not even overcome I hj the 5-: l* eiiee, Ilmily, aims.
"K.niiy:; 'tis uprl( ss ta tewonstrat* with will in>i m.Ute xae unhappy bj iuduljing 5a of his Hide ' After foneili.ig him iccov.-ry she 1-ii.l: her head upon his }boom, almost crazed. The country people feaid that not there ; she had given it i.ito LtUy'b keep

you i gii that are 44ern1ite41( 1 to cxerc-ls? i iyiarulf LZVi .td. for an hour he ictu.-ned the baby to the nurse } and fouiid relief in a c-';ious Hood of tear?. -- he was mad; and sable with her sweet heart : ing. -
you and directed her the next indicted their clung to him, and would lead him out when j Her grave, the housekeeper told me, was
i iui'linedand ill directt juigutit, ; Dear William, do not blame me. I do not to biit.g the; child around .Mr. Moxibray day upon '
nh lesi lence and there with his st"n loitered, lo the seat in tho garden, only a little way off from her home-LcsiJa:
J'wsjii'Ctive <>:' the conniat s of a devoted fa"rand 5 act si fooliJ.Iy for tho purpo of making every afternoon. J IK: no word C-.CMJCU UV ail n moving to ,
t.1-;: rt jarr.v sof tuc a
tl'oswho ]o\e Now I pVJr'.y tH you I J( moments imiiappy fi-elinjr could 1 control ray- noon was the little 'i. oodore sent to his c-dotI! ia the iCuring of rur childien. IVequ \ hear. And sometimes, they told me-, she before. I went there lhat evening. The
lj.i: if I k-iov \oaragain tntetii; Mr. Sel- self bat tv\ill: i.ann go oT. j fjratid-faliier, and always Jid he meet with! I nty! were old Mr.! and! Mrs. Selvvyn and would read! to Mm some letters that I had if'h '' mound was high and fresh- The sods had

the fo.J attention bat still the tlnn hter 1mihroimie: (who had mariieda wealthvhy written to Lilly or to Ben, and asked him not closed together, and the dry leaves caught
*n. I vi!'! imtninliaVtly ni1 you* fflt'.torR or. t AflerEomcilight coau.eation, Agnes arose same > ; ljician -
of his boso'ii itieiiUoueii him"el" happy eharcra of :Ir. .Mowbray's remembered Paul, Mho saved her from in the crevice" and gave a ragged and a terrible -
was neivi )
''Ti i iMit vutlia. \ oil are HI* nrrcaii1; <*d to depart. Ly -
I II'nt
the ia the meadow ?
under look
drowning tree to the The next I
uh lie utniv 1ulies flac l in whnnd-*, 4'Dear nmily, I will lea'-e you now. DoJ I and I if ever the niii- :mpted to sa> > board. grave. day,
shaLe hi head and kid
he could mutter them all
but jour fnpr 5p sdf-o'iH, f fsr, uil;! com 1 not caus.Mr.. t>* hvyn any uiihappiness. Ti about how old and feeble he had i them
motilh! when flowers in all their something on the grave of Tray ; I clipped the
commanded his voice 5fav, the! are
I act is the ly to cease -
]3. mo reluciiiiUy io wake cee of aa- ; justified by iiupetioa: nec<'Eiity i angry
her "rattle." bloam-when birds arc filling the grown. j long grass, and set a tuft of bine violets at
tt's '
vhica called fur ia j 'f.agrant
t. uton; you |lxrrcLance.- { I They! wrote mo afterwards that he died, tire fout, and watered it all \\ilh '
Veais have rolled around and till the in- j xvi.h! their rcFOumli.ig carol' A bright -
E1iV Fareweil I will ia :
to rertson v.ith her rsnnt, come ag: FOOII. ar '
in all the and was burk-.I in a far away place, where 'I he homestead, the trees, the field the -
dawned. The macadowsin
has pun -
but ; ** vcterate obduracy of .Mr. Mowbras-s heart hi amrIiJig
The ra.eweI! dear Let *
chokiiijj so' checked her utterance. Agnes. ms see you >
and where he
his wife lived, now sleeps the
the lionzonVit once windy November looked dis--
Miffered from ni change.! lie i- of his rfiajestv Insjiut tipped; ,
now glory
reti:( 1 to herchatr.l er and turowrwll to-momnv, eaily. upon
it? \ I IIf. the dark side of fifty ind atVrnrwn the mellow titit-> of hi3 radiant | beside her. liable wa> struck with grijf mally. I could not like them again ;-I
and Foster (
0pon a c.uch indulged la a flood j $flwyn cccompatned Agnes to every yon
live fjr lime with but'
and to liked
he in l.L \ came a Lilly ; nothing, but the little mound that I had
( t it him in his ollica Eurrocndeii b live beams and as proceeds career across ,
Tbuoxt the and 1aoii MissDcLacout's sec >
nftet: jioin $ln liowerer, caraajrc, tVy! may :
% when wrote last she had luck dressed
tl'rne of heaven he light end j jU they me gone over Bella's There she sleeps
fltL inw Wr Theodore is norally the aichcJ! gives grave.
a'i 1(41 hi'n jt her 84ut ar iugat home, her mother fjiand-chiluren. engaged -
rcnrks -
to her oUl! hoMo-where Tray was buried The of
now I
thai beneath the sleep
t Le f-ai.1, in reading fiom 0< nje wo k which his to every thing com .. 1 1tad whcie !kid often !
of his itiilnencp. we ; played together so ,
1h ear ER11!, 3'OU rmicl E-C \VTjy:; Agnep, where is Emily? I was under -j grand-father directedfui his j jn-ai il, while*, 1 wann and genial rays such this that Mr. thrOugii the l.>ng days of summer. A Question for Lavyers.-Suppose r. canal -

( Iite.j of sttu df-ciFi'--lv. V ill you the impression that she was to dine with with an infant: in his. arms, he laughs and plays j Tvvasa morning as I was glad i should find her there, when Ij boat heads north west for the horse's tail, .
T ir. and 3Irs.ISelvvyn .
*ub:1:: to the with his three thler tntl-ehihilren. I lie I has Mowbray, accomjtar.ied by >
ionjrcr cwlrol of captit-inus us to day. gi: ami has the wind abeam with tlaw
a : came back. Kill and Ben wero b-th living: a coming
ad theireldidren }
1: ; T M h3 has tro: n around *ou the )lunwliMKiff ; Mother, Ethilv has just been married to gone on pur.-uing the way to wealth and distinction -!1 rfr., his wm to ai.d celebrate lai-gt.ter his nearer to the city, when I landed from my up in the south, would the captain, according a

? rest-t of old maiden nut ? 1lt.St4t1VIh." and now seem deiightcd at the gamhols ; : pro-ecded mtiethj to maratime law be
n hang journey over seas ; but still I went to Isabel justifiable in taking a
of fiietid j
Act now, uu ranaoi Icncer delay. Say titt! I' "Agues, I trust you have had no hand in of his danghtet's liiile ones. j bitl.-3ay at the country: a SaUie j first. Perhaps I had heard so much oftener reef iu the stovepipe, without asking the

3'M: Jill taarr- tic mw. and it blutU b3'80." i Use RllViir. Mr. Mowbray waa so opposed to i rflvvvn: too, has r.nivcd nt honor and djv. Lshort uot.ance from the city, all i is happiness which, from the others that I felt less eager to cook?

"- ot auw dear WiUiam, but on the inor- it, and for von to have assisted his daughter tiiclion: and la now a member of the loweiI !joy) and gl-iducss, and the scene i-} one them pcihaps I wanted to save -
or .
TOW i i"My in an t! *pcmcut will cause a breach! between !I houae ii: Ccug'.ss.: Tim !!<'h many a hard I must ii. pire cwolions of a similar character.! I Ii best see visits; to the last ; or perhaps-(I niy did The Young; Ladles1 Shorter CatecXi.rn.a.._. '

dearest My,what happiness to hear our two faii.nifK, and 1 would not incur Mr.Movbrav't fought battle! h.t& he j'nrzacd h'wav to Lono" i Hut years have gone by, Mr. .Mowbray and !i ifathers. 'think it)-perhaps loved Isabel belter than What is the whole duty of woman? To '
yon for and delighted .tnd confining pcoj.le. I Hlhir.'s pr.tents have been gathered to their dress--to sing-to dance-to play the .
tay 9. flat %v< ,? |fct cococt a j pIai,, ili pea! tire upon any account, :i I them r.ll. on pianoforte
and rrrzLT.Se he preliminaries 60 Uiut tie un- ', he was ono of your fathers warmest ai.d mo&t prove their strong nbidiiig faith :a him, by : UiSliam! ie still living, happy and t o I w-entinto The cocntry, thinking r.K -to gabble Trench or German and ,,

flaking w U fie roeR6ful Yoa say that disinterested friends." elevating him to oUires of j-rat inportiiic.*. conU-utM in ihe love of an affectionate wii'e, j ji the> how she must have changed since 1 to preside gracefully at the tea table? What
Jour llic of and! proud of the growing reputation; of his | way j is a man ? A thing to waltz
aunt has tkroalonp-J to execute ihe 1fl. j "WtJl, Mother, 'tis done now, and can't In r.inily, matron thiityears, von !i left She must be now nineteen or twenty ; flirt
MTUCUJM., of acted will find that which to enthiail Theodore, now a tustmguishcd la v>or, and also !- j w sth-to take one to the theatre- .
yonr, it will, therefor, be i be helped, and I think, too, that the same beauty and 'then her grief must have saddened her -to laugh
ed her husband in the of her liisc-ldes* daughter, Kmily, so like the 'dream j jtace at-to be married to '
I I ItLl day gitlliouJ.A | ones bill and tn
ry ;; a condfM.nsion to deception) perfectly light, for I can sec no ju-t reason : somewhat ; bat thought I should! like pay
d1i her Mr. rlightphad" of sadness overhangs her brow, of his youth, moves along through life, the keep one> comfortably. What is life! A polka
y aii r at this taW.tflg, foriJiP will for Mr. Mo\vbray'sobjf ctir.gtfi S&4wyn. I her all the better for that. Then perhaps she
1Uuw of but this is chased the fond affection counterpart of her lovely and amiable mother. j -a Schot'Uche'! dance that wiiiiU
it. twJ, TMJ U1fetwd eon'jlt a Mend "Hut, Agnes, tUat does not justify your ever avIy by would not laugh, and tease me, but would be one 1:
LU I li? n wiuicas to the ceremony.1'twill 'acting in the matter, and it is a toarce of serious of a devoted partner, and then her His younger children are being educated, and! and wear a sweet snilc-so crJm ( through as fast as possible What is death ? -
is with hat the left his wiiw her f.ther Ubeinir quieter, lI'm.-.son-ietLjnar! that it is
countenance lighted transccndant vast propei; ty y unfashionable
nidtavor William toolho t to tip to
to tny legrf nn and beautiful 1, i thought. Her figure, too, J
that the children cf i his i bosom'may
tunta-d 1 which s.ivon: more ofhcaveu so invented talk of to whisper of, to think of the less
to-yjorrow nt the hour voa will Wo will lum ever pi's on to other matters b'ightncfcs > must have more elegant, and slu would j so
Darnel 1 bhol! meet yo-j at ths phct you may [ in connectiosi with our arrati\e. As .OOtI than of erf mn) *. I father of her vcaIli has forgiven her (!isob> and his Emily shall be mouldering in lite
Khali go immediately In my fi iend, ; as Emily became more composed, wrote shuddered a little at this ; for I thought, ,
Ji6? DUcoait, and 1f.k her assistance. 1 ) to her aunt stating her marriage and requesting dience, but yet no hope pteseitts itse-lf no dark the silent tomb. _s'lo will hardly think so much of me then ; says in one of his letters, have

ri3e lo her l hnu e to-morrow and dismiss her to tend her waidrobe. Miss AIowbiay position! can be elr.i'.vn fiom hiui of wish perhaps she wIll have seen those whom she told you of the i par.Uril who ahvav put on

tt1fa iiver'der the pretext of during at Mrs. was astounded at Usis aniouncemont, !I to bo again the indulgent father of a loving A MATTER OF f'ASTE.-A very modern likes a great deal better. Perhaps she will'! his spectacles when ho was about to eat cbcr.

ad Aues and mvtclf will then she however i.nmediatcly sent Emily'* clothes : and lovvd child. poet seeks lo assure the wurlii" rn'mt nt! not like me r.t all ; yet I knew very well that ties, that they might look bin2er and] mor?, ..

and yoir nt'ut1." and some other articles which the Knew \ ould And why is this ? simply; because she would all" he "loves the sky hrk' lay. We are should like her.I (temping.: In like manner I make the wvs*

aa, ;' plan; dearest Etnily, and now go'Iiss be accojtible to Emily. Her next step W.IK not give up a coi't-tant heart, and minister to prosaic enough to prefer the hen's 11 had gone up almost to the house J 'I had of my enjoyments ; and ihouph I do & cast -

t DeLicourt and arrange matters, and to write to her brother, informing him of the i the avaticious cravings of acapiU'ions father. do passed lie stream where we fished on that my cares away, 1 pack them in as KuK cpm-

lo write uie the result" fact Upon! the reception; of this! news, Mr. 1 And ia happiness to be the result of a union Ma! mid a little girl married t lo her mother.much as the day many years before ; and I thought that pass as I can, and carry them as conveniently 'I
Iiniilv started for her that w-onld i where mammon holds an unir.terrrpted sovlereignty the men want to get as I can for niyehf and
f iajinediately fiiend Mowbray paced I his loom hi a rage I now since she had grown to womanhood, I i1&ror Jet them annoy
iIle Selxvyn went after a cousin of hi a have been extremely creditable to the ( od oij ? Certainly not, O, parents you women lo ? about t' should never sit with her there again and oilers."

Mr. 1 osier, whose sen ices he proposed en- j the infernal regions. l lye and bye, sober reflection -I who would sacrifice your children upon the IVhaw) what arc you talking who surely never drag her as I did out of the river Ar' ---- :
women ethhien
suntmijy'g into I lhat 1 altar of mammon-who conccivo that the \Vhy% ma, ihe joung end ;tt d.vine: was asic '
friouj mstantly entered Ktolc him and he concluded and chafo hor little hands and once ,
upon married never never !
about getting a: ifhe dud
le are always talking ; not think) th
J aai-.and Emily departed to male thetcts as the afT.iir was beyond recovery, he would gorgeous and dazzling splendor of weath is here don't do co.' perhaps kiss her, as I did, who sat upon i ed his conscience tl suh an ono follow*

ary cT&ngemo'uts. She wroto the fol10'g stay North until the bitterness ol his feelings sullicient to counteract all unhappy influences the rnen my rnolher's lap-eh, no-no-no ,

; no'.c to her lover, had become softened enough for to allow him _pause and reflect. ThinU of the nljyss of don't come after cold victuals as I saw where she buried Tray, but the ola Yes/'saul his grace, "I think ha fallows!!
Why it
J'aj)ear WiHi "n, I have just concluded! his son-in-law without vio misery, unhappiness desolation into which yon there ribbon as n:own (tees a houe iu a gig-.... ha drive
: my to pass offering usual !v said a lady to a boy who had for a slab was none; was no there itfirsi, j
the"wniewwiih Agnes who enters fully i".to lence.He. you may hasten your children-look to their time been a daily visitor for that species nowI thought that at least Isabel would __ -

we matter. To-morrow at clevca, !.cpe for returned to his home, and thoi'gh Sclwjn !- early loves, when all was joy, happiness and long of charily."Father. have replaced the slab ; but it was a wrong Unuh and a friend cam to a bridge :_.."J} .
spoke to hinj and l his daughter wrote pleasuie-tho eaily gambols, ringing laugh has joined the Temperance Society thought! I trembled when I went up to the you know who built this bridge Tasked! *

V* OUT own humbly entreating his forgiveness, still l las the merry, gleesome hallo, as, ia the exuberance nnd we have warm victuals now/* was door-for it flashed upon me, that perhaps, lint f fou ., Ore f>' ,.f 3tIcd
flower to ;
4' Ei1IY." unbent He walked of their joy, they passed from t could :
iron will was never I { the reply. Isabel was married not t1l why
She despatched this to Sclwyn, who had through life as if jegartilees of hla daughter. (lower, sipj .ng sweets from each, and then, I -





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C -PJW--IOC Tilt -MOIUMAN; Jl>l'UNAU I v-!un ni."di-'- by-! its cor.S'ifUPZ authoritiesith- ( Cotton Planters' Meeting.We Editorial Correspondence.THOY 20. 1831. and passed a hour 'Thin
Ejc oantol.TALLAltASSEE of N. Y., June pleasantly. er
::: ,iut Mrelic! *' to the :u-tioi! ;.f the others or the /toribfan&l insert to-day a call for a meeting ,
? : The Eight of Secession. t jviiod ot'tinivj: wlu-n they Misuld do likewise, t the Cotton Planters of Leon County, to take You have seen the result of time late Whig You know with! what bitterness. the

!MR.! Em-ron! :-" C." in his 1 1 artiolo i on <-ame into the confederacy. Several hatiik1tlic : i into consideration the propriety of uniting Convention of Pennsylvania, which re-nomi don Times regards everything I5rotf, L

llio question of ico--i<)o ((1uhii.: !id in t'it t Constitution v.ith tho express understanding nated William Johnson for Governor by acclamation athan does or It 4nTorj >
with others in call for a Cotton Planters' says. U a
: iSentincl of July let,) whi '!i was deigned to themsih\s! therighto SATURDAY JULY 12: a '' srice offle
i thfit they! reserved to 1851.V amidst the enthusiasm, as ism of '7G 0!*!
Jot's meet Convention, and if deemed ad\isable to rp- greatest not extinct
boa reply to "State Rights, not t withdraw Horn the Uniau when, in their - yet Cut it*
: ibo questions laised by the latter. 1. HP h.ifr judgment j tin? t lovcrnmcnt this instituted ci- %'o invite the attention of the citizens point delegates to such Convention. It has the telegraph says. A hollow compliment that the Yankee notions at the World'1have

f t : failed io show that the Supreme Couit of the i iI' t tt foiled to answer the ends contemplated by it. of JofFerson County, to the Card of Mr. J. been said, "If you want a thing done, send was paid to Fillmore, who, says the Convention fur.Ued, tie Km; with another
4 S. can take cognizance of nil possible infractions j rcdiculoas to maintain has the unbounded confidence of the ff, .
And it is sapremtly R. in another column. Mr. L.'s you'- boy; if you want it well done, do ityoemrsclf I opportunity for a sneer, and so it
Constitution lie first ali i Lloyd superior
) of the "
t as hoi
;4 that the cieators ct-uld, by possible but in the next
I any ." What Planters Whigs of Pennsylvania; ter the
Cotton following lashioa
; h-ged, and therefore the opinions of Mar&hnll! I i have formed a government skill as an Artist will ensure him a cordial say you, :
i i cns-pocus, greater of Leon I Have and individual breath they hasten to inform him that General If the Americans do
Calhoun and Madison, quoted on this puint,\! than themselves. Then this opinion may reception wherever he may \isit Call you any personal excite a s'
: unauswi-rod. 'J. lie has omitted to disprove interest in the and Winficld Scott is beyond question the by their pretensions. Whenever thT7'1* '*
4 jiro : I mean jtt what *' C, denie?, that this (.lov- and sec his beautiful specimens. regulation protection """
tha position of FJuilamaqui] quoted to ertiiiwnt is a conpJt of -bJtc$ : inferior to of the price of this great staple ? Do choice of the Whigs of Pennsylvania as their out of their own province of ru /

fchow that the confederation of several iiulfpfntltiil them lecauo) ( reatCd liy the icoi.e! of the U:7-: Wo have iceeived note from the you desire to sec it put on such a footing as candidate for the Presidency in 1S32," and j I and enter into competition with Europ!

; States, leaves them, in point" J5.of (And net. ti4tb ill w11'itu dI1eS underiecd .vettignty.AItlioi'l Ilev. P. P. Smith, Chairman of tha Committee !I will secure something like stability in future I IIf they earnestly recommend him to the whigs elegance ridiculous., they Their certainly furniture do make thCiflsejve5
"separate bodies, ttnJ inJfpcnJftd. h the Constitution declares that this | j is "roiesn
lastly; ho!i has not attempted so much as to Constitution, Ac.: ehall ba the Supreme law to lleport upon the condition of Fletcher so, come and attend to the matter yonrj of the Union as the most deserting and a- their carriages and harness are cin !:

.s-! notice,in fair argument the question' at issue : of the land,'' yet "-C," can chum but a divided Institute, disclaiming 0:1 behalf of the Committee j I s:lvs, each and every one of you-let us railalh man for that high office." While the their carpets are tawdry ; their auKA

the of :kersiJl2. the Ueport published a few weeks delegate (juliUs surpass even the invariable liriJ
supremacy for his consolodatod government | see aieh a meeting as never has before assem- resolutions were pending, a Philadelphia u ;

I, *' C,*' too, manifests a very prudent blind I lie will not ptctend tr. say that Con- since in this paper, under the supervision of bled! in Tallahassee. The efl'ect will be bcne.'icia rather more honest than the rest, offered this fabric ; their cut glass w clumsy"-fc;
p nej-slo the application of the quotations above can assume the local Kgi-lation of the the Ageiit of that Institution. The Commit I i pianos sound of nothing but iron and (v?
gross the amendment
alluded K 1 have been to in other sections. Thero is a movc- following as an : their bookbinding is that of *
to. must apparent States. He will nut dare to contend that anuncon"t'ti.dional a j0urnc'
: rvory one who rend C's" first ful.tiinalion, I act i is the Suprcwr bur of tie! tee had mada a Heport which the Agent, 1: meat{jetting up on this subject. Lot Leon KrsolccJ, That the provision of the Constitution working on his own account in an IlL:

that Its fell las arguments to be so overpowering land f JJe will not bold! that even here there using his own discretion, thought proj>cr Io Comiy and the whole State of Floridaaid it. in reference to tine rendition of fugitives ,, market town ; the daguerreotvpes a'-g

I that no one dare gainsay them. The I U a conflict of jmisdiclioa between the Supreme abridge-for which! the publisher! i h not responsible. We d> nut pretend to fun-.iah; a plan for the held to sen ice or labor, demand and i sternest and gloomiest of all daguerree'trrW;

arguments of Mr. Cdioun! were set in opposition Court of Florida and the Supremo shall receive from our party a faithful, manly { their printed calicoes! are such as our hc '

.- to bis, hu that lw might have tho opporluuity Court of the t U.; S. that the wrongful dictation _ goveiunent of this great interest, but suppose and unequivocal support." I maids would not think it elecent to \\ea

of astounding the nation by so clearly of the hitter cugV.t to be obe ed. Then by C::r Tho tfoil: of the Voi/// for July, is on that tiose who request you to meet them will This acted like a bomb-shell, for the patriotic 1| Even their ingenuity, great as it i is, becorri

4. : totting forth their absurdity that the! name of I "CV owji admissions he can cl.iiai but a our table. This 1 monthly is devoted to Southern I j be aba to oiler something for your rcilection. Whigs of Pennsylvania hail no idea ; ridiculous when it attempts competition v\&

that great frtatesuiaii would die upon the lij>sof moiety of so\ercignly for the General Governmei't. Agriculture, and ably recommends itself| All vo have to say H, come together-let of spoiling the avaihiblfiiess of their candidate I Europe. Double pianos, a combination rf
liis admirers Yet lie would not siizo the 1 a piano and a vii urn, a chair w ith .
to the consideration and patronage of eve/y: planter in the County bo hero, and as such ami a cig j !
opportunity, bithe in ell'eet yields to tlie force I And lhn C." asfnmcs that to i be true every by any pledges, consequently case in its back, and other mongrel consft'

p of those arguments when he cays that the ; which is denied, by which means Le cv.ides Southern Planter. The present number contains : inlay as can from other Counties. Agitate an exciting discussion sprung up, tine end of I lion?, belong to a people that w ould le ce-N
of Mr. Culhoun's avscr&ms h the letter from Solon! Robinson t'.e' question-express your opinions-put the t and they
correctness nu argument upon tho i issue. He assumes an intereati.Jg t which was, as any ono who knows anything nrs ir.errm U could, and are a!.
:- very point to issue.. Uejripng pardon for bol.jiwe $thniMtiion nf r'u' Supreme Court upon tlie OH the benefits of Deep 1 Houghing," 'country to reflecting on the subject! and before of Non therm; Whiggcry might have anticipated ways rebelling against the trammels! of nnjtr
pClU ( I UCI L4lLI 'I I nature ol tne oompaci uetui-cu ..mV ea m's, which will be found in another column.Xo. the meeting; of the great Convention tl e Bat why iliouKl the Americans take it
; ,...,-<.. L.1t them to be aremnnt* ucladiiig! of course the right to decide the defeat of the amendment by a vots of I &
npou lue i iio and such arguments as willdefy upon first minus of the South will take hold of it, much to heart if they cannot be all thiag
: C'." or other writer, to meet it.4 own power) *,) to he the supreme law of the LXl of DelJow's) Review comes tc( us 71 to -IS. Wocld! it it be reasonable that aonce.
suc Pap
bind, from whi *!h there lies the and give their thoughts and exertions to the
cessfully. j no appeal to freighted with a variety of interesting and The truth If, the Whigs of Pennsylvania [ should envy them the po.-session cia ect'ti.
i parik'ti to the Confederation. This of of the first inter-
was not maturing a plan wot thy ? Then should
C, is intentionally misled when be un- useful aiticlo It contain, among other'' arc no more in favor of the fugitive slave law why they envy Park
t1crtikes to tnac txi quote M r. Madison's opinion the doctrine maintained* by the States against eft of lie country. Let no cotton planter : 'any other city, Us aptitude for art f The'A
the fuprcmrcy of the alien and sedition laws. leading essays and reviews, an article on the ; than arc the Seward Whigs of the great State
on the powers of the Supreme Court, a? a!>scnt on Saturday the 2Gth. mericans cannot be all things at or.ce. In
)bis i expressed sentiment* on the question ofaccession. / T will wait until C." furnishes an argument i Diseases of tl'e Cotton PL-nt and their Uusie- of New Yoik, or the Whigs of any other i some things they claim to surpass the irLola

The object of that quotation was j further to f npjiort bis assumption, and notit-v it no dies-a spicy ciiti jue on the production: of Cotton Plar.ters' Convention. Northern State. The \\Vcbster Whigs are in I : world, and expect their supremacy to beat-

10 fchow, what. canjiot be controverted, that :I small at maintain poscnt.I the Martin Faijuhar Tapper-the 'Jnd chaj.ter; of Tho undesigned: poeti'ully request the favor of observing it so long as it i i.s a law, lowed as a matter of course. In other n>.
until is shown
t it i is fake to assume for the StiH| of the U. S. the climate right to whether i must remain so for ages. The
judge American
I the (iciicrai l the third article from tine of( W. of its provisions conform to the views of their
the compact was dangerouslyiolaUd..- Governnu-nt by invet-ting it with pen i. re rf, at the Court llono in Tallahassee on Saturday I II have really no occasion to fret at the tome!
In other word*, to sluw that the ultimate! -jeei1ic cpnnnou l)0er ninny individually: South Carolina, on the aibjcet of 1 ..aukUoads. the 20th instant, for the purpose of con- chief, who is in favor of the trial by jury, as I and even uncouth figure they cut by the sue?

right tojiiflf of what i is and! what i is not Constitutional on( aeh tlc 1iinci1e tafror' iSetJofl'resume! id rhowi3' ) in, the tho Declaration? grant- 1 siJering the propriety of uniting with their was shown in a bill introduced by him Into) I of their neighbors. "Even supposing tbtj

0 ; even agatut; the opinion;; of IhcJStiprcrae I Independence; to wit : "That to vuro National Democracy Agaia. brethren in other States in calling a Convention the Senate before he went into tho Cahiu t. heard a few sneers, they may say, *.
CowL of the U. $. h h" tho wealthy man :
*'the parties to the Cunfetitniion.< '* r Tl> atns- reasouing J thee rights (liic, liberty and the pursuit ofiiy The last StMiiitK-1 Likeo us to task for an j : of Cotton Planters from all tho Cotton The Presidential question' is becoming one I. Pepsins r.iiLi jildlat, it mihi nlaude

: of Mr Madison, ahhough! he had no / 'j>fWvvGovcrnmeat5) are instituted among an tide, which appeared in our last paper un- i growing Staten, and for the further purpose of absorbing; interest. [lie Scott men, it is i I Tre .kmL"

reference to t!.e q 'ii n 01 sectsion, beeMn.wot .- j :men, deriving their just powers from the! con- I dot the head of the National Democraev. of adopting tue'i measures (ifdeemed adisabl'ViS said by the knowing ones, will run him no- A nation with a contiact in its pocket can

then before him, i$ tuiikienl to nullify of r.vof Government/; the governed becomes; that ticsrun'ire whom vcr any oi'thesetwd form The e.\tiact from that article given bv* the will secure a Representation from this !i lent rolcm-whether he i is nominated bv the { a fl". ril to be laughed at. Atter all.tie Ans5>

**CV utifuuuJfd and utisubtainc-d wnpti'itb3t : oenlinel intended in such Convention. Should iI I National Convention or no. Reward is at ican section is tie fittest possible pcta-efj
?, it is the right ofikeprmj lc to alter or to was not to embody niryj.q County !
judge: the Supremo of all iufraciiuns Court ]lia.s of tin the iiliiuiat Constitution., right abolish it, at
I ivill aJiJj l by the ojiiuioa; of Mr. M'idison.If ice. .o I hold that if our State Government bat was designed to express what | is, therefore, hoped that all will ittnd.U. bat the Administration to contend against t j it woalJ strike an American himself, even ia b3 13j

C," till 'insints, that that great man did weiv: to become ifotrustirc of Uicsends we spppost'd! to be the belief of those 1ndig -[ K. Call, James II. Uroome, there would bono doubt of his success.- progress from the Broadway to the MUsocn
understand the question he vviisdiscusi-ig. | ?' people it tie; next of tiiis mouth State and crnU forri rightfulaboli.h : Democrtic: papers in the Middle State?," John S. Sheppard, R. Williams, Fillmore! is politically tic ad. There are no or the Rio Grande. Is America not contest

it becomes to show it. Mr. Madison !/ : a new excepting those in the of the | with be-ing America, but does it want to be
(;oven iiiert, having its ioundation on such to which the article alluded. Tho extract A. Ciomnrtie, John G. Gamble, papers pay 3
Las oowlu-re stated an opposite oiiii.ui.) Hi. 3r [ Europe also I Let it beware in time of that
letter to Mr. Kamillun on the qtu>tian of admitting piiucipirff, and organizing its powets ia such which forms tho basis of the Sentinel's comments Wm. Germany, II. M. Garnett, Administration, which say looking j I fatal ambition. If the United States are wbej

Now York con Htioiwlly is not to the :'onn, as to t'lem shall seem most"' likely to effect was embraced in the same paragraph John! .S. Hart, John J. Maxwell, to his re-election. In this State, Webster's j they will be more anxious to ascertain their

purpose. Neither duet it prove that Mr Mad- "C.their: safety and happiness. with the reference to the leading papers in (;. Trunp Maxwell, Thos. 1'. William?, friends are attempting to organize, but they own place and keep to it than to be many

ion was apposed to the right of eesiou.II revolution( sei-nis involves to object ecosgion to my when nltirmiiig: that the Middle States." Thus wo b-gai : The Gco. Gsljilihi, John J?. Maxwell, arc in a hopeless minority. The great expounder nations in one. '1 hey will see that, as Europe
will show C," that New Yoik; di-1 come 1 upplied is looked the cannot be America, so America cannot
of the
Into the Union conditionally. That f tatc in 1 to our Gtv'nnnent, :.ud iusi-'s upon my call leading papers in the Middle states, and Green; Chaires, Edward Houstoun, upon as prop bo Europe."

iur diet of ratification says-" That ihepotcfrsff ing tiling by their right! uaiiK-s. I am not among the foremost the Washington Union, Titos. Larcrsago, Wm. II. Burroughs, Government, ai.d hence the odium with!;

the gaecrnmenl :n'i-bc rcassutncd by th< \ open to the implication here intended. When I[ ae: driving to reorganize the Demoera'cy ui- J. : i. Rrbcrtsnn! S. Saunders, which Fillmore is regarded slips down upon TIiis is rich, but we can well afford t to

peopk jrkmsocrer if shall become necessary to !I4cir l II speak of revolution abstractly' I have ivfer- on the old! platform of the party. Relic;ing W. M. Maxwell, '1'. W. Urevard, Webster with crashing effect. You can see laugh at the bad humor of the Tones.
Iwfliaecs that: and .ica to a natural ri1'? incident to all the peo- that Webster feels this the There are a goodly number of John Bullies!
; power, jurisdiction 1 pie of all Governments llcvoluti, when that the flavorquestion was that at rest by O. S. Burroughs, F. Chairos, bv manner in
ligl3t, which is not % the said Constitution which he talltcel at Buffalo of what ho bad I : who have not yet forgiven the patriots of ti*
clearly delegated to the Congress of the United applied, to the peoj le under our form of GoveiaiiU'tit the action of the last Congress, all that is Roucit Hutler, G. W.' Parkhill, It

States, or the Icparliujiits of the C ,v- nnifct have an accommodated sense; now necessary," Arc.j : ('. C. S. Johnson, Win. P. Craig, done to check the slave power, and of what t I! revolution! for defeating! Ccrmvdlis at Yorktown -

far here the people of each St.te arc sovereign Hen. Chaires he would and would not do hereafter. Rest ; and -we must expect them to sneer acdI
eminent rtniain to the peojde of Ue j Wo were speaking! of the efforts of the jr., J. II Randolph! ,

: several States" or to their reipcctire StekifQccramsatx. i :ill witl.iu the their other: own.South limits Carolina and independent cannot of'' leading Democratic papers in the Middi" James Willis, Richard Hayward. assured that Sewareiisni is the prevailing ism I' growl! at us. They can ilo no more.

t \reie Mr. Madison's. ; I will further show the what j (or Louisiana, nor Florida for New Yo'k, and net| States," and not of our own, nid therefore the W. I). .Moseley, just now in the free State, particularly with! Yours,

of Stato ju'd.njient, ititeij opinions option upon and action Rights, 1 when a revolution j is accomplished, such State (' sentence which immediately l succeeded must Slave Case. the Whig party. It is the very essence ofWhiggery C.E.D.

cd ten after I will .,tand in the elation of a foreign power I be understood to have reference the aud no matter who is their candidate
the date
3fprcss years of die letter all the ; l to subjtet The .Taeksomillo Republican of the 10th Tt1erpAedfor LIAc Saeatna7t (Jnrpai.
to Mr. liatniitoa. In the Virtrinia Hcsolutious j to others. This is a political ro\olu- matter contain' d in the he will carry out the behests elLis par
i ijon, and UaerigJ.'tful opposition of force is un- i preceding sentence inst. says: A slave woman, Sophia, the Nn\v-YoKS, Jclv! 3.
of 170S his is be deserted and denounced.
language :-"That I ty, or
tlds most SoknU4ly declares j known to it. A general revolution of this j unless indeed it had len so constructod property of Mr. L. S. Rurritt, accompanied The steamship Prometheus arrived todij
a wamintUchmenl
,, to the Union of the SUitc.-, t<* kid:: results in the resumption by such State as to leave us doubt that a different api the lady of Mr. R., who left this place on a Tlio Democratic party of this State profess from .Niearaugua with 200 passtngers and
of the ? granted to the General Government to bo in union A call California dates to 30th. The Teor-e.-ce hail
maintain which i it its power i plication was intended. Perhaps weposrily might oneo more. appears
( pledg s powers; and! tour to the West and Noith some weeks
that and each ."'tale; may tlien form feiud : have in the Democratic for State j arrived at Panama with 2 4 millions ot dollar
for this end, it i* their duty to watch any : avoided the strictures of the since. A lata letter that papers a
uf Government it thinks fit, or retain the old states on arriving in gold. The Northerner and New Orleans
i over and crrny infractiu.i of thoafprincijJf Sentinel if had Convention to meet at theICth
OJl7)uC; Syracuse
wo words of on
I fWm. or entjj into a new confederacy. This .tujieradded exj with her mi-tress at Niagara, she found means j arrived at Panama on the Srd June. Tie
which bants
t&al Union* because
them can alone tcctirc ifi eridcncf and the oi the Statos, tvsuhhi; fiom tht-ir bring above |! nurely inserted the words Ihfy lltink" after a short: experience of the "beginning" office by Barnburners and Hunkers, styling I gold, and the latter w ith four hundred thou

: and beyond'si! Coiistitutious; and laws that the words Itt themselves Democratic State Committee." sand.
in tho
b1 public happiness. I'tiither: "that incase Congres sentence life1, sent information that she believed shewouldn't
of a h-liberale, palpable and dangerous exercise is, soveK-igu. Itevolution in this sense involves extracted by the Sentinel. Rut not .osing It i is said that a man with! liberal views will I I Tho burnt district s.1 San Francisco and
eecebMon. 1'evolution the s-npj continue further on the journey, but I Stockton has neatly been built again.
of other pvtMS, not granted by the said by people I would bo supported, by tIne Democrats thus united up
our meaning be misconstrued ,
go grossly
compact, the Slates: who arc thereto of this Government, without respect to the would stay where she was. The difficulties, The people) do ise appear disheartened, Insi-

bare the rigid, and are in dup parties bound, to intcrpose authorities of their respective States, would especially as the expression of the belief if not impossibilities: of any attempt to repossess for the Piesidency. I was informed by ono j ness is likely to be very successful this sea

for arresting the process of tlie evil, \\)2 an aaomoly, and will never occur under contained in that extract is so utterly opposed her, contrary to her will, induced the of the editors of a leading paper here that son. Agricultural prospects are escourag-

end for 3UAIXTA1MXG WiTllIX TilEltt11ES1 any state of olrressiun.'I to what has hitherto appealed in! our coneluion to Kt her remain for fuithcr William O. Cutler Kentucky is spoken of lag.
'' experience Norm
KCT-V12: i ( LUll s, the avthorHit*. C. j is a revolutionist. He is in favor of p per, wo were not so particular a we might ia her From with great partiality, even by the Barnburn- The Indian difficulties continue in the
and the exorcise of the new sphere. wo West portion of the State and oa the coas
riglds libcrllst appuruu'uing to them. God-given right of revo otherwise have been. We still believe how log wing of the democracy. But I have lit lave
Touching th.3 same point (see Mud. lution" (nnijily because it never will be exercised know of the condition of the woman under but the coma issioners are reported to
vol pajMM by us .' ever that no fair and cai.did construction oij her owner's control that tie hope that a man South of Mason's and I been very successful in pacifying thtm.Tho .
p tip. bilj lie bus made the following comments ) as a remedy against the e. ils of. experience will be I
: Government He goes for revolt and determining j the whole paragraph, no'nh'l! pervert its meaning apt to prompt an appeal for restoration to the Dixon's line will be taken up and run with fires have had but little effect oa the

: "It has boon the event of the lutioii "by in the in which like the Democrats market. Auction Houses are doing the best
f alleged (by Mr. Patterson) revc ptiys1i manner the Senlintl has ease and comfoits tf her old borne but if anything cordiality by ofi
that the confederation i lea) force, [strategy awl 1 i i business of any. Boots, shoes and clotliirjj
having been formed courage. argue, accomplished t tee tatk. the bed of Net York. There is too much Sewardism:
l | then that if State has roses prepared by her abolition j have declined ten ccr.t.NEWYollit.
lty unanimous: consent, could be dissolved by a a rigid 1 to kick per
With reference here for that. !
to what wo believe would counselors It is generally admitted, how
unanimous consent ouly. Does this doctrine ] such a Uut, the General Government !has uo should kuddcnly developo the
result from the tfiglitto interfere1 because theme be the result of a Union of the Democratic thorns of and ever, that unless the Southern Democracy
nature of compacts c. cannot be want work, she ought to have July 5.

**.1 Irtach fiftiic.ftiadaiM'iilal priacii1cs fthr founter-right* bi-uvt-en them. I am rejoiced, party upon its ancient platform, as expressedin the privilege- a lung /epose. This is another is conciliated, the Dornocralie candidate will I The Baltic arrived to-day with Liverpool

compact by! a part of the! noci&y, winthl rcriainlg -jhowovt-r! to luiuvf that we hate a light that the article in question, we can but reiterate instance of the tampering of that crew stand no chance, which is pretty near the dates to the'2oth nlr.

to almtkeAc iV? o' part from their obligations I I may against be a cxvrcitod Government], with with the assent of C." what we then stated, because the old doc- who seem bent on increasing theirmitatiorn al truth. By the way, I notice that the Whigs Cotton wr.s Very dull and prices had declifl-

** and beyond the SUlea." authority above tunics of that party confine Iho action of the ready fostered ) similar and! which in this State arc watching the contest in eel an eight!
C, i is in favor of ;jug force against a I Iiecrdiug by acts, pal-
General; Government; strictly within Constitntional Georgia with great interest. What does this: I Sabs on th! C5LTi, 5000 bale
itate. Let the
\\bat More well
us see ojuaion anon. STATH HIGIITi? sj meant attempts to allay it. It baleof,
the fromcrs, of tho Constitution held upon the limits; and that being the case, it shows, aUo, that our people who wish the mean I Does Cobb know that ho is looked I 1 which Sales Exporters:since the took Africa four left thousand.20,000 fair

qtiesliou.Mr. Gutta Percha. follows of eour.-o that those who unite to attendance of their upon by the Whigs of New York as one of Orleans is
own servants should j quoted 6d. Middling! 5iJ-
d duced. a lidmnnd eries of Randolph resolutions, of\\bich Virginia, intro discussed This material i is a gum exuding from a carry out those doctrines could not do or say COOSe': Southern over Northern summer results them I and that !his election will be hailed by Manchester trade artive.

were large tree tlianuter any thing having an opposite and them as a Whig victory \ The St. Lawrence arrived at Li*
from time to time, in committee of the attaining a of three or tendency ; on the! score of cxpens? if no other. frigate
whole, and ubich constituted the lus-ij of our: four feet-which i is of no use for timber but i to oiiFurc the harmony of which we spoke, no Tho tide of emigration continues to pour bon.

jjosent Constitution. Tbcla t < 1 >ue of the ifroni which a concrete edible oil is extracted i agitation of any question: of :: sectional character f.TTlio Marion Star of tho second inst. into New York. Last week over eight thousand The Commisiioners reported against transatlantic b**-
t-ixth resolution to confer the that the nations of the country mix with their either in says :-"The Hon. D. L. Yule [ steamers running front West
proposed upon or out of Congress, could occur ?, passed arrived in vessels. How
( jfood. I U t is found in nnny parts of the Island lani I to America.
of loventmcnt the 1', ion ihr agjinst jwrcr to call member forth the force the t jof Singapore, in the foro>t Juhoro! and at or be continued by those bo-sought to I through our town oa Monday last. Wewere tunate it is for us of the South that we are The receipts at the Great Exhibition uptij t

tiny qf of and! promote the success of the Democratic glad to see Florida's faithful Representative : the 2rth ult. amounted hundred
jibe c-itremity Malay | to
Union, /o campd it fulfil! its duty under the pcuinsula. It is party saved, by our own domestic laborers, from a thirty-two
: articles! thereof./ Tim txirB WAS KIUKCT- |, also met with on the souih-castern coast of lot the basis alln.'od' to. Rut unfortunately in fine spirits and in the enjoyment of similar flood of pauperism. pounds.

El) wirsiocT A IflSnrjxo voice (ViJt j Uorneo. Several hundred tons have been wo can scarely hope for such a result.'e excellent health. I He was on his way to his The Preamble of the Ecclesiastical Tiat
'annually cxpuiti'd from Tiiis is the season for strawberries. They Bill the House of Commons
.e Journal A Debate of the Federal Constitu Singapore tince do not believe that such ro-nnion will take plantation and residence on Homosassa."
tion.) 181' It has been applied to a great variety a 4' pour into the markets by the wagon load, A great conflagration took place at Archangel
Mr. Y.
.f useful 1ace. Wo greatly fear that the ambition has justly won for himself an enviable h0LS 1
IJut; C," relics! upon a decision of the ( purposes, such as domestic, m.innfactuiing and sell for about three cents a basket- Ilussia ; one hundred and fiiU

Supreme Court as deceive of his JSiti0fl.o .- agricultui: % electrical! and surgical.It I and madness of Northern men will continue reputation in his representative capac- Last Friday no fewer than ono hundred and I were destroyed.

.' \ have," he, titO authoritative decision has also been used extensively on lio.-ml says .
anti in thirty wagons passed Lover tho Hudson, _
of the Supremo Court, that this CIovcrnmcnt j ships a great many ornamental form: course until the mighty crash! of the dissolved Plank Roads. -- ---- of
in life of which have loaded with this delicious fruit and I
(Lily wo the most cu- stopped A worthy fisherman by the name
L is not a conpact of States, but i Union shall have taught them that the Southern From the Wakulia Times learn that very
| lions and ndmirabt fpocimens before we at the foot of Grizzle drowned soinetimn since, and all
jtboro and beyond the States." Hy ofjjlvlsg r constantly Barclay street,N. Y. The Express was
(I1'.1nS to this mosslrofity'.I way n-- ,I us. Indeed so general i? its application, ptoplc have not forgotten the rights bequeathed the stockholders of the Georgia auji l Florida search for his body was unavailing. Alter it

peat it-" IVf harf then i\c atithnritjttrc dfcision (lint it would be ih'th'cnlt to cnumciato the to them by their fathers, and remembering Planet Road Company, at a meeting in Newport says- had been in the water some months, it WUS

1 flflhc &rjr.'me Court, thai tJiis Gori.rnwcnl '; vast variety fits uses, and this is wonderfully them, dare maintain them." on the first day of July, resolved to con Tlie bulk of this fruit we are informed was discovered floating on the surface, and taken
raised in the of Hackensack, des

neighborhood Smith was
: inc.casing bv constant cxpeiimnciits.TrolI'rlcLs. to the shore Mr.
is not a compttrt nf Males, but is aborc ljruw struct a branch from the Road being built Paterson New Durham and whereupon alflLted -
\ to Ciirca(4oM.-lalj other means Bergen-and in: patched to the intelligence to ths
cal kyond the Stiles" And this sequence curing colds'', fasting is the most towards Thomasvillo, I to Tallahassee, diverging but few cases beyond a circuit of fifteen or widow.Air. convey.
*' .
is drawn from tha declaration that the
., Government : Mammoth! Melon.! -On Saturday last, Gen. Let whoever Las a cold eat nothing whatcv- from the main trunk about six miles from twenty miles. The average price of the article Smith. Well Mrs. Grizzle, we hate
of llie Union is
(jovcrnmctit of the
l! '. peojJe-il emanates from a them, it* John Scott, tent 113 from his plunlation! a water er for two duys, and his cold] will be gone, Newport, running North West twelve miles is now about 3 cents a. basket. The found 31 r. Grizzle's body.'
powers Melon of hn proportions; weighing sev. provided he is not confined (to his bed-because to the cool nights we have recently had are said to Mrs. Grizzle! 'You don't say *o V
are granted by them and are to bo exercised 'l'ahlahiassee-making distance from
!. I CUt)' three pounds. For this present. Le will by taking no carbon into the system by favor its growth and improve its quality great Mr. S. Yes we have ; the jury has sotoa
\' H; directly on them and for their benefit. One I Jpleaso accept our thanks, as well as the food' but consuming that surplus which caused Tallahassee to Newport eighteen, miles.- ly. We are speaking now of the strawberry it and found it full of eels.'

II. \l: might receive this declaration as entirely correct | thanks of the thirteen individuals who discus- his disease by breath, he soon carries ofThis 813,000 wero subscribed. Proposals for business at the Jersey only. Long Island, Mrs. G. Yon don't say Mr. GrizZTC'Ibody

without drawing/from" it the revolting] sod the subject with us. disease by removing the cause. This will be buiding the branch will bo invited at an early Weslchester, and other suburbs, send quan is full of eels ?'
deduction that C, does. For by refering to found more effectual jibe adds titles proportionately large. in the and want to kn0' '
.i, in : When the repast was concluded and the copious water day. Early Mr. S. Yes, it is, we
the which the
manner L Government argumcnt
was drinking lc protracted fasting. the morning the thoroughfares in the '
Uy time a neighbor what will have done with it.
formed by the people, it will bear exhausted, wo would have been willing The same print says you sbou1!
an oppo-ito n person has fasted one day and night, he will hoed of the Ferries and Markets are literally Mrs. G. Why how many eels
for the veriest Free Soiler
; interpretation. The?Government was not form | on carih, to freedom from A few days since a the with these "
experience a and party surveyed jammed
c a clearness up strawberry carts. think there is in him ?,
: have smelted of the rich red that you
ed the aggregated voice of the meat was road leading from '
by people com of mind, in delightful contrast with that Newport to Shell Point, M S. Why about a bushel.
whole number of left after the feait. far where it While passing through New York I r. hail
posing the States, without mental fetupcr and physical pain caused by as as crosses the Tallahassee city, Mrs. G. Why, then, I think you
;( having regard to their State lines and author: May tho General, and his melons, never colds. And how infinitely superior U this I Railroad, a distance of three miles, tho object met ex-Senntor., who takes as much interest better send the eels to the house, and shim

ities. Uach State for iisclf ratified the compact grow less, and may the latter never change method breaking up cold, than medicines,, being, it is said, to build -branch of the n in Florida politics as ever. I also met again. up

Each Stale, by virtue of tire jalifica- their flavor and couifce.-Marion Slar specially, than violent! poisons. Railroad to Newport. -a with Elwood
i Fisher, of the Southern Press; Procrastination is the thief of time.




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s.*7 //A..Sisicifit < /'rror
nYES. always \\andcrwithout sutFicient cause, is TILr, be in Monticello the ICth
cf Deep en Wednesday,
of the tliilJ, proved by the well attested fact which we 'p instantand will be happy to wail" on the ladies GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS-
I 1i2v0 an DEN CIRCUIT COURT.ArCit.iBEasJune24A.
Iirt: ('a': ; then, like t-tsra, give with the endorsement of the Montreal and gentlemen of ilomicelfo and vicinity. CHAMBERS, Tallahassee, July 4, 1S51.Getoa .
K ,1,1* eohjwt. 1 ( IC oulli July 12, 1S51. 27Comijttcd 2t C. Townsend, 1vs. t D. 1S51.i -,
IIVI excellent ml 1 thir Jatilv Transcript. Last Tuesday fortnight, as Mrs. : Johnson .
; ,f -he my. > Bill for Divorce. ,
kut'r 0fihe gt'eflt UP maui 'S (a lady of literary taste and rather to JdilTX C-tharine L. Townsrnd. ) r*. i Petilion for Divorce.Ellerf .

ti. Lls: of tiiit titte, 'iJi' Lwitltnl brow, studious habits) sat: reading in her drawing TalWiri'seo en the llthjmt.anc'-rowoman.wh(, IT appearing; to the saif! ction of the Crurt, by Appj Johnson.

Ii'(' t'rriL'k ( $ epa, room, the clock on the mantlepicce struck J. says her name is LOUIS A. and that s-he clon <. afr.divit in this cause filed, that Catharine L. O N reading the petition filed in this cause, and "

', hIrh; i ; all uiikuovm, twelve ; as the last stroke reverberated through j to J. I). Cocmin.! : of Watnlla County. Said nt.gmni3 i Townsend, the Defendant iij this cause, resides be- it being made lo appear to the satisfaction of 'r

: dIugeS ] dkmal vrrtirk, the the door about 24>! Yt'f age, 4 feet 5 or 6 LI-TK* lildC! U11kfl01'11 with tI'e but M apaitinPiits, was su Idenly flung State of Florida limits rf the S'ate
:is 3' complexion. j. n. RHODES, Jiulcr. : of Florida, to wit: in the State -
. :!l One ol t'iii-sc terrible Oblivion's igLt, open. In the act of raising her head to ie- July 12,1851. 27 tf // is Ordered, Thai the said Defendant do appear, of Alabama : 4

r:S'lUl-n- fi ce 1 left prove the intrusion (unrung for) of her servant plead, answer, or demur lo the nid Till ot Com K is therefore Ordered, That a hearing b* had in 0
rT : her rested the form of plaint within three months, cr aid Hill will betaken thieauseatthe Fill Ttrm, 1S31 cf the Gadsden
her late
'* .7 of the soil of ol J nze eye en Groceries, &.c."T7R03I .
that this he fri hearing
: pro confcoand cause set Circuit Court :
\ J," "f M.LMany lifts the veil, husband ; she! screamed and fell senseless on New Orleans per fc'chooncr Tallahassee, at the next term cf the Circuit Conrt for Gads- rrorulfd. That thi Order ber"blished in one of .

irt l V!, 1, :nr.d horizontal } } forth n aiii the carpet. This brought up such members i- GOOO jwrindi clear M-iea, den County in October next, and that this Order be the newspaper* printed m the City cf Tallaha ''

t :i'l''v '" v.J :t1nott o el wimUiws u'azelfle doves of the family as had not yet retired to rest ; 10.000' u ribbed do. published in some public newspaper printed in this for tie space cf three months previous to the first

.,. r( : ": and fill it thus restoratives administered and when 3000 bulk Pork ridea, State, once a week (tor three month, arid that Complainant clay! of the said term. .
w tr? largt' and dreams of lore were CO; Ijarrel' take in the
; superfine Flour, testimony caue. J. VTAYLES BAKER, Judge, &.c.
.I ud 1jii :* PT.; VP- Mrs. hid regained possession: of suspended 20 kegs Leaf; Lard, \VAYLES BAKER, JuJe.A A true copy-Attest,

I iiive hi weet repose. faculties! and being a wumin ofstron 2 liarreU u true copy-Attest, R. C. LESTER, Clerk.

p L t Vard, mind and highly cultivated intellect, she fell 4 tierces Su :\r-nircd Ham?, R. C. LESTER, Clerk. June 2S, ISM. 25 Cm J
V : cf Independence.; 2 do. Rice JuIy5tSif. 2- flri
. Ai-iU'T dUpos-ed to consider the whole dis're she had prime ,
"l I *, 1779.( -The ilele. I 0 ackigei Uro\vn. Loaf, Crashed, and Groceries.TUST
\, ; ,, 11;hw, SUCh' undergone as the result ccituhi associa- To the
j r ilrit the CUiriGed Sugars, Centreville Southern Eights Association -
i 'V: t 1.) f..Ilowed ia United Colonies congress t lions between the melancholy tale site h.d CCK lnjr.oa-L1IERUY and Farmers of Leon Ccimty generally ) retired from New Orleans, per whr Wia. R

1 ''V'/-u'!/ ;tS dcp as << are, ecu peruinij and !her lute loss, operating! on Ji ROWLES, Auctioneers, itc. t t Pette-.
be free and 4 Casks Sides
. I T' beneficial indepn. her partially deranged! nervous system. She July 12, 151. 27 tf GiN ILEMEX :_I am making and will have on p
: I. < 4 Cak* Shoulder, V
,.. are absolved from all however considered! it adii a! Vi thv'! rtonn > 2 Tierces Sugar Ccreirilam. f v
J :!! >!! Flour. thousand ,
Family of
and that all SHOES
ci own, : pair negro ol a superior quality "
1 .i'l J ei-il scoined t icp.'se in her cliinzibr Zet return 2 Plain
I.1 them and the any 1 received frr>m New Orleans 20 birrel* extra -double-soled-and will warrant t the ot kmanb ip. -
i wiiile of what tie! had determined to consider a JUST You hear SO bLis. Extra Flour
nervous that
i. ii. and is and ought to be to. Lunilv Hour, warranted ti keep the wimmcr may I will be under soUt by ether fac
' m-J njiin tls old afirction should dist res herself and alarm BERRY i ROV.'LES, Auctioneer, ic. tories-but. gsntleinen. do not believe it, for it i i.' 6 dozen- rterqcart9.-
L' 1 the Lat isi.AValuable: fdlse. I will sell an low as any fictorv in :he State 8 pints
\ \-. t'u1 I finnily. Tuesday; night feeling July 27 V'
'' ir.- present S, 1770.-The above ___ cr adjoining it, who puts up such an article as I do. 1 box James Allen T-b'iccn.
.7 ,] lowed : stronger and in better spirits than she had 510 Gallon Iron Buund
V -ji j j and was Tract Tobacco Land I will start riy wagon round in i\uut to deliver Kcg .
i,';,.:. J. Tliis 1oue been for several months p-tst, Mrs. disjpensed them at your houses. Orders from my former customers 3 Boxes Star Candle,
: of the \Vlmlo into
.V.iit l'ieextra te xvith the presence of her servant, reletiring for Sale. and (Association, will be altered to first, 1 Barrel LouMana Rum, ..

,, : Mijor % ]}' resolved t themsplvrs. I alon to her clumber and went to TT71LL 1 be oM on a credit of twelve months at but I ani in hopes to nil all in time. 6 Boxes Ilerrii'j -
: -t j weie then two patties V Vornnn Yours, respectfully, JAMES PONDER. 4 CoiIFUh,
| Wa-Jiinjton C-annty, on thc 1lrst Mon -
"which bed lilllii before ten o'clock.! I
.; J I i hi,, ;,,til0: !> cay! the other rccorn- a Ilxaclly as d.iy ia Octolvr next, 200 acres of vuhmble hammock July 5, ISSI. 2T( Ct [Sentinel Ct 1 Barrel Cra-.ied Sugnr. 4

1 V i < ;:{ ll.x washing | j } measuies. the ccck! struck twelve she was aw-iked from L.uil, llOngrng to the estate cf John FtrjrtiMjn, cle. Notice.A All of which will be sold low for ensb. bvA.HFELKELI .

., i )ta-J teK sleep and distinctly beheld lie apparition she c'-.1.: It Dsiluaied ncar the upcr partY 'f holmes'nlICV *-
.,. v lt h the delay! party or co-op. baLl before seen, advancing from I the table (on! \ abn! re raflc foemi tue Court lFu-.e, to BAPTIST MINISTER of the Florid Association June 28,1831. 2.1 tfGroceries. -

-' :t1 ) they were fiier.ds to which pimnt Itolines' Creek 1.5 navigabe! nit the : who has been teaching school in JeirtT .,n
} which stood her night lamp) tiil i etool year. ,
U : '..;.- ht-- ieeu yet they were against oppoite It i ii well watered, mlKYll adapted to the culture County, Middle Florida, fur eleven years jwst, having .
and drew aside the curtain of Iiei bed.A .
j V :: of Tobacco, Cotton, Corn, Ilicc, and Sugar; cane. determined to remove, after las ecagements, for the > BARRELS mpcrfine family Flour, -.
r:I/;' 1 M voj xsiil concede to take sense of suffocating oppression, depmed Oily; t.Ul port ion of the LanJ M cWrcd, but I recent year, shall Lave boon completed, i* de.-irous 3// 3 tierces Sugar cured Hams,

I. r.iviiU* of ( } any capital her of all power to Mneani alou-J. She tie- there ;H about SO acres of cleared land, inrltr fence, of procunng a situation, at Trhith a re ti'-r' school 4 cask Shoulders,

j ', ,:j '"n ::'i-l soils, iu people drove them to scribes her very blood! retreating wih: icy j <"i vijieb tlicrc H: l log hittwes. a \v* 11 r- may bo kept up, and where he maybe u..Llut t HiI1iui.'try. U>c 30 barrels Oluo Flour-superfine,

(c coldness to her beau from \eiu. The cljir-i tf. on public land adjoiniaj. It U a high anlh'rvliby A correspondence on the subject is solicited 1 tierce bagged Hanw, .
,,, .-; ,(, s l,:; len < \ every !, e.-pccially from Marion and Hernando Counties
,. the Middle Colonies situation, and adjacent to good range for cut 1 barrel fine Rum,
i.'r; j Lii.! i lu.l: ; and 1(: Pennsylvania, the Jer- countenance of her beloved in life wore no1 lie and hojjpj. Ea-'t Florida. Brethren and fiicndswill plea.e take lOt sacks Salt, '

1: ;t. i'i.'. ht'lhtr I for the benevolent aspect ; his eyes, once beaming The iuipruvenenton public land will be solj at the j jfcame due i.otice of this and govern themselves accordinijlv. I5utter, Western and Gosnen, Mola c.'r ic, ,
ig: ill ) were not yet ripe with! affection, wen now fixed in stern time. Address, u Kev. S. C. C, Bcazley P. O, JtSersou Co, 1 liquors of all kind*.
tlll.' j i'i' -ir j connection, but that regard on t tho trembling, half dissolved being, JAMES M. L . ' t i and in short lime June 2S, 1851. 25 Ct
"''" ;, a July 12, 1S51. 27 8t low by A H. FELKELL.
'ju'i-t u'jq-nlifiedly. who with the courage of iK'speialioiJ: tItus aii-
; voice of Amciica. June 11,1851.1 23 tf
jured him. Charl dear Chuiles $100 Reward. .
r.V'flii'JH-nd tU"' 1 why ..
? nung Co-Partnership. --------------------------- ---- -
other --- ----------------------
! icaKrms, were 4
'j |,.lVl, n., J.uht if a ( ofjJ-red by the come again *T undersigned: have thU clay foimfil a Copart- PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN, Madison Male Academy.

V's, :,, T !1w> \\iTeused, the other feid, it .Jrsiif*," slowly and solemnly aspirated J. ncisLip undtr dm of G &, J. Mt-. innioa.CCO. Governor r f Florida.TT'IIEREAS THIS School will commence its second se. ion,(un ..

'; ., .j 5;,,, cttiltiT. or other j -iiate eeccEsionis's the shadowy furtu, waving in its hand a sniull 11 MnGINMSS! Z It Las been made known to the direction of Mr. F. L. Viiua-icrE,) on
wotdd he roll of while Je sif, .I'llv !Sil.! JOS. R "MKGINN : me that a murder was MONDAY, July Htli, and terminate
,. th IK in'lit* : the of paper,4 pay njy newspa. :;:; k recently coaif24feA on Friday, December
t!. iiu-rc.wl Inhor in >n subject seces per bill and let me mt in Icace.QxbtcGact1e. mitted in the County of Madl-on, by one llth.
' ;. t'.if as to time and I lint Groceries, 6cC.r ;: I Simon Kins; upon the body of Samuel Thomas, and RATES OF TUITION.
'u... ili, dtatr!; : of loMug all was now at hand. KU5HEDandhro\vnSu3ars [ that said Kiiuj is now a fugitive from justice: .

,T"I> lift hard hUower, and V>* Smart's: Cundlfs.Sicrm jViwp LMW ye, tliat I, Thomas Brown, Governor of For Spoiling, Reading, Writbig, Arithmetic, and Geography ,
; ready, were only Tenfrr.-'l'lae is told f certain sein! ,
Very >tory < a per $8 00
Csndles, Patent Pearl do., tie! State aforesaid, by virtue of the auh! *;riiy rested -
s .. .Imtcs river in New Zealand chief that a young missionary Sperm Oil, Linent; do.. iii me by law do hereby ofler a reward of One hundred The above, with Engli-Ii Grammar, Comr -i-ition. '

I"" llt.. unn: : 1 wf it for unanimity. landed at his Uland, t'i sobered a sacred teacher I'urnin Fluid, Tanner'a Oil, i Dollar f.r time apprehension of paid! ling, and History,rwid Exercises ia Education, per
North! Hsion
- i1.i:: I'oi o\e. ia of J the colonies A om deceased sometime hclbre. At an interview 1! fined Salaratua, Starch, i Isb delivery into the custody of the SheriiT of said 12 CO
The Latin and Greek
,. ....rticrhir: : in: taMces wliifh I -' cia settled pol C il2- te's No, 1. and Family Soaps, i County t>f Madi-on. Languages Mathematics -
with the chief, ti.e minister a>ked sess-i,
! / young Old Crown V/i i.lsor J/CT.I. Said LJ about fire feet per 20 O'J'
it f\tu" ) 'ly Soap, King ten inches hih
found in the of the '_.__ The r/rice cf tuition
lear I Did know oVparinl brother ? i WnA to be paid in advances .
you my and r'se So.ip hair blue
, IjimN v.-ith lour ft ) : light deep eyes, weighs 135 to ito
'1 b, ittoin that therefore it was nec 4.\i! yes | I was deacon in his chun I..' 'Ah, i S |'eiiur P'l"riita ilolaases, lb In talking; 'hows bis teeth very jliialy, which Madu-on, June 21,1851. 2t 4t

:::1lin, : jil-w.- and' fIIw w* that had thrown then, you knew him well ; aiii! was he not a WJiite Wine Vinegar, are decayed. Not very fluent in conversation,and Las In

; i&'*' \ J"W:1' : tvery ; the first to corns fur- and tender hearted ?' Yes llirkle in quarts and half gallcr.e, rather a guilty look. Chancery.
good tmti: ?
i t:fort's' old lii'M !Lave bewi 1 IJ.Krk Fait for Stork, &c., &/ ., In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my MIDDLE CIRCUIT-JEFFERSON COUNTY, -
fihrticuhily: the pious deaconith much gtitu, 'he | For sale by (J. fc J. MHGLVMS- hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal ilelvina Philips, )
p. jiroctt-s- f iiianaring by the Dutch revolution, \ery good and \cry tei.dcr. I eat u piece oi July 12, 1i1. C-t 27 ESE.tI:1: .f the State of Florida,at the Capitol in Tallahaaace ts. > Dill for Divorce. ,
v ;!, a ?yiom < only confederated at him tLis 2Sd Robert .
of June
day A. D. 1851. Thilip? )
s.:. ivi"( d'':>t. and ir'iann': the ; ol soma of the Notice. THOMAS BROWN, appearing to the satisfaction of the Cr.nrt, by
t: I Lt jaili'/ularly:: : the latk-r: is so dangerous as was l7taf Tony L. Don'I Bciiere-[Ue don't he- PHILIP! T PCHCU is my duly amhorizrdagct Goeern'jr of Florida. affidavit made in this case, that Robfit Philips*

..."J t M tla> |oovM! land in lieve that a man is any wisr for having A. ,;; temporary absence tnnn fhi* SlatF.r By the Gcyernor-Attcst: Defendant, does not reside in this State, but in th&
'ii. 1 do not : n.; OLIVER. C. W. DOWSTSG, United Sta'M, in parts unknown, so that the ordinary .
\ -a pvit A. S. other letteis attached to his
jf- ourso'vos free and or
any July 12.1<531. 27 2tBrr Sffritary of State. proce of subpoena cannot fee served upon him tIt
|iv: i-rs to |mrchiKc: t'lese would not enter nam *. June 23,1S51. 2.5 Ct ia: therefore Ordered, That said Defendants Robert

iar oii.'udi' 10 try lli" experiment ; us." lie don't! believe a lawyer is any keener : : Goads &c.; Philip, appear and answer the Bill of Com

i. i\Miul hy'p-ofiuUe. Hut < or delay party, finding because hft wears a pair of spectacl! hand and f<-r sale bv the subscribers : List of letters plainant filed inthiscausewilhinihreemontbsfrera

: 0 i. iiiin-:' ! !y t< 1 1I < ces 3r>nists were bent lie don't believe al! la \ersare rogues, O 9I and 1U--1 Crown and Cleac'ied sheetings. REMAINING Ln the Post Office at Tallaliassec c.n be the taken first publication for confe ed of against this Order bin., or said Bill will

I \\ dtvi iK-aeitli die surface i finally gave in any mire than he believes that an eel is a Xew York MilU Long. Cloth. 1651.Aiken At Chamber, Tallahassee, June 20, IS-.;.
Eo lish Lone Cloth-Canhiic shim firgs.1ro. G C La-tinge Mis ME 2
. tin- soil tad mui t.
however allow. Suit
were, and bleached Sea Island: sliitinilri. -". Allen, John LicLcpley Rev U H
i. \vnoi! iilid the earlI the and lie don't believe that the most iudiistrh.tis linens O'i Jnne2MS.>t. 24 3m
: ( matter > i from cts lo lt.3 |-f rd. Allen, Dover Lanasttr, 3i"S E (J

1 MI f'uii!' ii its MMMO, fh"J they were thus en man likes to woil: except when he can't help Linen Cambric'/s from I2J to SO cf.llevierc. ; Aldcrnuo. Tabiia D 2 Lloyd, N JOKti P. ii:. SAVAGE,
i' nuti hero stichtd and -crtl! 'd beidr'd. i Atkinson S Lewis S II
'< ri.uiuf! 1 1 jiv yoU : ti ions, the committee himself.; ATTHiMIY AT LAW
Tnikttinen.I.on2lawnIin'l, Carnbrciidk'is.Cotntric .
aliinda hLtv&-t from ; -i.tdrew3.GW LednithM ,
: i : ; ; of He don't believe that a lady onjhtto
indepen young Jactsnets and Swis fl'i'.hitn., TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.Mav .
Alexander, Ii II Lewis, II S ,
siu'i! i> (tl'it-'-t j-iniPre their latl which married before she is at the CuitaiaMoshas &cts.
gel from lij
to twenty-one to pr.jd.,striped A'JJey, ilis Lessesne, J 10.1851. 18 tfQuiney
--j.J t M rank L.iim&1four on the !.M nf July! least. and Embroidered. I Austin, W D Leoi, Mrs S ..

' i MI c 1 lie i= a resident uiiou on the -1th by every He don't believe that two young lovers -ALSO- Allen, W A Lang,J D LlaJe and Female Academy.E .
Dama h Table Linen, Ilro. Linen Table ClotLs
N.d./. ; [ Bell, Jacob J N
like to be with their around Lloyd '
caught aims one next session will commence en 3IGNDAY
Linen and Planter's >
Family Driliinj."Cotnaades Brown J W A T
Tiulv, vours \\e legard strikingly! anal her. Nankeens.HtKkabark Blood, John McGchee, J C July 7th, at which time it is expected that the

VdLONNv.Yoil position of parties lie don't believe in getting up early in the Diaper. Bryant, Blmon Myrick, J T new Academy will be ready fur tLc reception of the
City, May 22, to the Co-oprra'.ion- mornng without swing to bed early at uijlit.; Hed-tick.Matira! Richmond, &c.Stripes.Mnss Burrows, Dr A W Mason, D E Efficient and faitlifol Teachers are employed in tho

the noble le lie .1 1nffif.n ij-f J'rmuiujtonTM ; ; ; ;: [ exitn: ;< KM Costs Spool Cotton.Mitshaht'n Brown, John MIchean, Rev M iiMiller. several Department. The Institution is provided

Npw V .ik of same political creed l make a ppcccb. fine black linen thiead 'on cpcl.AL'O Bulges, B C Bed Head John wuli an extensive Chemical I1iioophieal! and Matli-

IIUJKTS jjjjjls which did not entire- I lie dou'i !that a laf'y! is nvch the Burton, Willis McMillan! J S ernatical Apparatus, a well selected Library, and a
fljP tfViitiKn.n in
valuable Cabinet cf Minerals. The increase in
their own judgments worse for wearing a !.u>!le, though he decidedly A few cheap Ikrry.HH May, S CMcilillunGG
' !. lut'ti ujion; the CouiTiion rocking chairs. number of stalents from abroad haviBs* rendered it
Brooks J S
cttulbe 4
li r ,d] f vs ; # and coalmen 'able prelers bajs. llih! post fled *!ead3.V.'ash necessary that more accommodations should bd -
Burthelot. J A Moore C C
I I' it iud: thai one fthe of the greatest oh- Its (fact he 3otft beliexe in a great many elands fcc., &c BraktC 'ld! J r a boarder hou c on a
liberty. thing that o'b'r hebee in.Jdcvnsc G. & J. MEGIXNISS.JnlvlS.l more extensive plan than the former f ne was, have
f-"i caini''.. aij'juiit! ; to % Brown L B
g l. 27 II teen erected, and are tirratmder the charge of the

''n'-uudilij; lati, Lablrft'ii' di+ _ Laic in lFzeonria.-On the day Buie Blake, 3Iw Joshua Elizabeth, Morris. GMarLiLJ AMiSS Principal. Board may ali'o be obtained with several .

! 1. V Ve I 1. ;.ri that tbc Edtscation. s1 lien the new license lau AVif'consin; went Valuable Lands for Sale. Thomas G B respectable families in the pLice. The price of leiard .

'.. iiRi-U it iu M-veia! ric-li | c commend to all our into ppemtion, large i.umhers of (Jerrmn* HAVING purchased all the L>nds of the Ccrn- Bil'ung'by Bt-mbry, J PBrtmuui McFtrson, Mm A varies from ?8 to 10 rates per of month.tuition. For&c. further rarticuLirs -
respectauj see printed
u! .111 Wushiii} .. t ij, bfre il w i paraded the streets of iMilwaukie;: in a Male as the Hrunsvvick or Chattahoo- John t 2 McMillan James
th-iir excellence and Catalogue, which may be obtained tv application to
'It die L-.nd (Vrapanv, 1 will sell privatelv until the Bet-man S U DrJ F V
"t''iomnMssiuti. McLnre,
'!*, and reci l 1 41f great exciterr.ent.! canyinj banners inscr N. JL STEWART, lYincipaLQnhcy
ar worthy of be svcivul 'l'iu-Iay in October next, or on that day by
ilrs J.lmn
'Lan (iie hu'cu"J: ] 5b< u Mj!'1)IC! aieat Chattuboochie, the following descri- Cray Crump, Mr, Mary Manirig 3Iarlrtt, JohnCarndtn. June 14, 1851. 23 8t

!L mt uuur.i.-J, tthh u idt in household. ." 1'rom this w<; izifer tt.L1 the parlicipato. Lcd Luld: Mrs J Nunn, EliNcvin.John Fresh Groceries.

l-ir's uitkrown.'J' every believe in the right of all to vend IX GADSDEX COUNTY.NO. Calhoun, J N -

!*" Tribune hasth the mischief fruit dent 9ir1ts in any quantity : 1 and 2 in frac Sec. 32 containing 2GSJ acres. CullK-rson, F B NicH J IiNally TER JL schooner E. Barnard' from Netr Orleans
li* the legitimate $470 pounds Middlings,
"C urc in ( SW1adW ofSl4oft'c3. Cac.n, John T H CO
poes.iiou ; aIAiIEIED. t "
raaa a a-.pTta Shoulders
wlo arc pointed out in S i olV i of N C1.f Sec; 3'JTiR fi. X fc W.L. Chrry, Darling 2 Keeffe, M SOGO Sugar-cured ,
Ptirty J i IB clifti'Cd l wjjb *
11 iiaud % have ref>rr'*d. Lei .>t No I, gth of a Stc in fractional section 5. Coleman, Tlionix Oliver, M'f! s J 2KX> f.imnynomjr, j

nn il!,< -ni-ral read ponder and In BaiiibrM.'. (.n the 7fii iu>-t., !bY tlie: TV. .T-Ltia N W .4 and N E J of Sec 4, and N U i ol Sec 3, Carrel J J Paikr, MISS EUcn COO Boef -5

w"'' he Ims o aiued nearly !! ; ritolj.s of Qiiinoy. Mr. BENJAMIN I'. UUUTuX to T 3, R G. Cuthbert, James 1'k-keroii, C 25 barrels" Mess Pork,
: 10
r'i f cu : n witlo-jta i-lmdow IX JACKSON COUNTY.N Caldwcll, A A iVarsalc. K J Syrup,
earliest ., SARAH FRAXCCS PEABODY, both of IJoin 5 No. 1 Mackerel,
'. infancy :-- Carmack Fed W W ,
' -" tIeic Philip,
Lv which he i E 4 and i of N W J of Stciiou SC.E 100 extra and Flour
of obedience. Dooitur Ga, Cain J iLn iVarce J superfine ,
>- te instant bridge, County and S W of S E i.f Sec 23,T1 < .
l.b nm>, j, $,at< d tl| juvc Let ... ._ _____ : ol S H-t, i J Crow, James Pelt, W M 2ca.-ksRicc. ,
gentleness. -7 NandU.
(% c i. i\i\ GuvcrniacM -- -- : R7, Thomas 5 bag; Rio Coffiv; ,

olI! "f .lle Mmnntiott which are underhand that ycn< t2T WE: are authorized lo announce OSCAR A. Lois-2 offraeSec3lof'l'4RGNanU, 3,4, and 3 of frac Sec "0, and lo W.con?,beins DcLacy,,J DDanjjd L Page Page,, Sampwvi '2 barrels White Bonn', .-'

Jrd ii, tae ftc say. MYERS as a candiJate fur the office t f Clerk of the theN 5 Dabuev, Mr Prime, Dr C O MPekms 3 Big tommy, '

ab&.ui u !CHVC te uIj1t anything unless Circuit Curt for the Counly of Leon. taining S71j COUXTYGEORGIA. Dontzfcr. J L P (G S 10 boxes Star Candles,
ctln1ry 1.r hat UCCATUR Cornelius Polmtr MLII GI 2 barrels Lard,
rruiniLJ J can give them \\ 1)upont, ,
reasocm t3lpress f *&- U'C are authorized to announce JOHN Iv'UCO1IB Lots No 41t) antI 420. 21sl District, coutaiang50"i Danielly, Arthur V.thkirk,Capt D 50fi bushels Com,

Uen-rue "'flhp' patj' candidate for the office cf Tax Assessor acres. Darli'iij, Charles ;cil, O 100 Bran f.r Cow?. -
a* a
child to do something, Nte.-Thcre is a small! reservation in GadsdenCounty. i Dafiin) John lU.ichSJ WRuliards 3 4 barrelsLirified Sujar fir prC. erving.

.1n see that it is clone. and Collector for Leon Cconty, at the election in Dent, John T F 2DavLls&n BERRY & ROWLE3, Auctioneers, Ac. ,.. .

() Cn3t $ile a tifc children for willlul- October ne\t. Jul5; 1851.C2f Mot of this land is ery fertile, and well adapffdlo J M WEde Uit-liard. E M 3 June 14, 1551. 23 tf

'r!, iJ ) the culture of Tobacco, Cotton, and Corn. To J WEdward 2 House HRejrgars
arm f them in ,
dbva never punish WE aro authorized to anucunrc JESSE U. any person wishing the \\ hole of the land in either *, J L R Look at This !

:1 n- LZ vbo fl $ RORERl'SON, iwa oanilidalc for the oScc of Tax Co'nn'y, I would sell a bargain. It is Mtuatedon the Evans, John Keidy, D '2 T OST on the 26th instant, two large mourninif

';: rsIna; idi j crceivc that they can A&ca.-or and Collector fur Leon County, nt the tluctioa River near ChattahooclMe, at which place a map of Even*, IVivid 2 Reiah JLJ BREASTPINS. A liberal reward uill bu paid -

''t'a p j ,ii j) Laz4 t hcL your self cointimid. in October nciL Jmie U, 1851. the 1-ind* can be se
';r' u-p l pig snd r lo pctu'encc and tejn- llie lit of Acjrit after \\htch time at Columbus, Einstfii', Sam IlawLs, JulumFitzpatrick \ Office. June 2S, 1851. 25 tfi
tful} ig iqii.'e1 Ga. The titles ore indisputable. Monsieur SelHer, C i -._ _. _. -
W31ii tjot1j and then gently To the Voters of Leon: 2< JOHN C. RUSE.
July 5 i, lb-51. ) thdecn, P Saunders, Cnpt C PROTECTION INSURANCE tOMPANY
kd jrUin*>&S> \ impropriety &f their FELLOT7 CmzEvs :-I now, f"r the first time, s'i3er Greece, Mrs S.iuutlers, Dr R A 2 HARTFORD ,

'pt.: .til11 h. !the fittioww my nanio to tppcar bifi.rc; you for an oftlcu t-f proCt The Forwarding and Cciainissson Business Gray, S> A Scott,. E CONNECTICUT,

Ite, / llM> eonjiur & little present putmh- Should I Ijo oloctcd, 1 have no husita'lon in saying AT ST. NARKS, FLORIDA, Gnme, Mrs N Smith, Mrs AStarkweathervJ Capital Stock, 3C0O0O.

< rrn, 5l" Yjlj no Vlkille! arises, is much rnoie that it shah IKS clikf: nitu lo dwtliarg(5 the iutios X I the Wai e-llon-ipsl'.errtofore occupied by Messrs. Gross, M A THE undersigned Agent of the above Company,'
ty: ib; Ii I1 of a my I UROPIE & PETTESvill be conducted by the Un. Green, L.B 2 Slaw, W prepared to take rl-ks against Fire o' buildings
I irfl1 ? fluor lb thO greater of the oSJCcto the satisfaction of the jiuViIc.J. dcrci ned, ho will endeavor to give as ppneral sat- C;ides ii. Skrine, V V 2 ana their contents, on the most favorable term

pg'7 Z'o7 fault be l lencwed. JL ]OBEH1'SON. i-fjclion as did their active and industrious! predecesors. Good tan, James Smitli, E F F. 1L FLAG, Agent -

.4 f'r childicn anything be- UCARD & DEX11AM. Gran.blinj:. D A Scott, Miss S Tallahassee, June t, 1851. 22
1bei ret J. -r WE are autlitu-izcd to wmouiico HALEY T.r.LOCKER July .1, 25 tf Gofjewin, J A Sharpie W B

wj Ijiw ntdj, and them lo tin at one ; lis |Uire, as a candidate &>r the office if Gene F Sinip m, L T Notice. .

Ue as it hatt been under the like Sheriff of Leon County, at the eiccti'.n in October $100 Reward. Hill, Miss J E S nith, LvmunStChur.llS I.LL persons haTing demands against the estate of i

"" "av Hoyncr, Mrs E tlia late Jonathan G. Padrick deceased
CnielVoriug of Leon
Nay 21,151.5J <
't i>'UlItb ) next PROCLAMATION EY THOMAS CROWN, 1heiiing IVof. Franiis 5 Small, S J L
(JUt Gf'a lailor'6 bh Cotmtv, are requested to present thrm to the AJministratnx -
* 3 I I the only sure and ca- Governor of Florida. IL-irrLs, J BlUderness 5 Fcott, Ii
Ztery "'* the WE wo autliitrizcul to ciKuninrc 1> W. or to HALEY T. BLOCKER, my duly atrthonzed -
-, he L M 2
WTlIcndeTMn Sanders
weapon is to be good. "TTTV HEUEAS, It has bien made known end within the tone
said _. .larj ; GWYNX as a csuuli-latc for thc Cicc> of Judge rfl'ii FM agent attorney prescribt -
ttber be, to make their little re- :::: i.% \ to ine that one Thomas G. 15oat\\right Fred Sharp, d by Law, or this notice will l>e plead in bar; and
LuIo. ; L'ea' or snips; in >late for Lou County, ut tic] cK-ctiun in Oc-tobcr sZ C*, wainthennthcfM.irchhst, arrested Ifirvey, IliomasHollinrswortli Sean, A all persons indebted to said estate, will make immediate
._ Turbcville W D
%% 17 1s1. W m ,
'by May -.j.- : :i :? 4.rf .l. f. ,
doti'i yoi push next. and commaI icu I0 J.lll, 111 uir vuuinjr "l IJu'urI. ii'i raynicnt as above.CHRISTINA.
!! bearing. Thomas C M 2 :
And whereas said has Hall, Mrs V*
6 us. | Ji btealing: 1'oalwright PADRICK, Adm'x.June .
t self-denial not sc1l We authcrizwl to announce I)AN!ELMcItArNY negro luLl Mrs Mary Thomas, U
jaofl i'Uiior are escaped from jailand is now a fugitive from justice; : T, 1851. 22 8t '
tdL' ', your work and the sure LVqr, as candidate f T tho office t>f J\\>u> Jintno ye, That 1 THOMAS BROWN, Governor h1arsnm, T Tuke, J .
&., rt'H'' l the I aforesaid viitueof I he author HudnelL 3lLs3 Dcma TaylorDr JCTuwnstn Mules
"fc'ca ') Shcriif of Leon County at the t-lcctioain Ot'tyU-riiext) <>f the Slate by D If Estray.
(hat n'' wojSc ve-ted in me bv law, do hereby otter a reward of ira, 11 q ,
tie > ;;'vcs the indulgence of ity pmall sized Mules, one a brown mare mule '
% ) Dcwit Teate 1' 'TWO ,
Carers flars the of said Mc-r, ,
J011N II.
,eadymouey/ trV1 are authorized to amunincc One llumlied IX> for apprehension S Viusont W in one eye ; tie oilier a sorrel hor.e mule. 1
Johnson ,
rpitit. into the of the ,
candidHtc fur the office of Tax Assessor Boatw right, and his delivery custody A liberal reward will Lo
RHODES: as a Mrs E Mrs MWat 2 paid for their delivery ia
b'c00?; ,, practice, dai- Sheriff of said County of Gadsden.J Johnson, Weekly,
o ett oniin Mr ( and Collector f>r Lt-on County, at the election in Said Boatwrisht i is about feet 10 inches James, W R on, 2 TYtoha-oe to JAMES T. ARCHER.
if and guardians, how !/ '''fFa V JU'd bend dad how October next A It), 181.; hi"h 30 years of ae, !limzht' complexion. The three Jordan, M 2 Wjuldey.PrJMC 2 May 20

na "Pari3i 'o make a prevented- ma last fingers,, of his lisiht hai.d have been amputated, Jones, A 0 \ & Mr .'
OUrdo? j in ; he runs after be saved, and how We arc authorized and requested to announce leaving but '!>thumb' ) and re-finger of said hand. Johnson, .1 Wiiihtnmson, P.obert Travelling Trunks, :

tOwLand t y wonT come of a thousand do- II. F. ALLEN, Ewj., as a candidate for the office of "in testimony whereof, I have hereunto bet my Johnson, F 3 Wil.-on, Mrs M U TTALICESand CARPET BAGS, aLu-e assort-

i dritk any It Is lamenta- of Probate t.f Loon County at the election in hand, and caused to be affixed the Great Johnson, N. Jr Warp, henry B V meet on band, and for sale cheap.
fir.' our cAc Judge S1 Seal pf the State of Florida' bt the Capitol Johnson, N E Wlitinf C w. T. MITCHELL. -
4' is paren'al neglect, October next in Tallahassee,I his 30lh day of June, 1831. Jones, AIvinscy White, Rev D L May 24,1651. 20 tf

MA: ," said and dreadful consc. THOMAS BROWN, Rev G P WnlLice, Mr Mary A -
''nh J a lad3' !to I To tho Citizens of Leon County. Governor vf Ft arid a. Kyle, A II WestcotUJD For Sale. : '
Vlnpvcr Bet llje river >cl fa candidate for f.'r of the above letters -
ide cr: I respectfully announce uw the Governor-Attest, Persons calling any
na'm! Pv 11 DOZEN BottlcB, quart and Porter 'I S
'* he has recovered 418,- the office of Judge of Probate for the Cknaity of Leon 'C. %V. DOWNING, will please say tlicr are advertised.tllOMAS 40 12 '4 IVnt Winr junta, ; *: 1 1r.
*11Iier ,
doing Stale HAYWAPvD P. M.
!'dU. : Wood for breach of at the election hi October next *r. Secretary of 61 12 oav Claret, (St. JuL'en.: ) .. it
20 26 St
luaiiogtiji 5 1S1.
all the July ,
little Jtdy5lS51.
promise, II. J. March 1 5, 1t3f1 JISSE ATKLVSO.Y t'r 17, 1331 19 S. S. rIGir. -- ,





I Ik.

4i ""I Ml Hill
m- >
i $ p. P. UEWlT 5
PROSPECTUS Towle &, Fresh Arrival. tctctt bvtrtitnttlt9
.t 1 Amendments to the Local Dentist, TallalmsU

or TUB on hand,and are now and E. Barnard from New Orleans,
recming.a new *
t ( I SOIL OF THE SOUTH.HE assortment of GOODS, consutiug ot( 2000 pound* Side, State of ft ate-I

Gold Lever barrel extra and Flour, CHANCERY. "ttiSSSfssSO
lluraini Watches, 50 superfine LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN
Committee of P'ibii.-aticn, on he will ,
nn-1 undersigned
General AsrmVyt pubW -
..tloptelby Fifth T Gold! Anchor Lever do 5 Mesa family Beef,
the and RiiMt-ll Agricultural William \V. Checter, aged.
.ait of Mnscojee
iii of Article X11T Stction 2, Se1teniber etMIsifl1I
-i; / pitrmanre % ir.\ite public attention to Silver Lever Hunting do 10 Fork, vs. I35.)
t f the Constitution. Society, respectfully Silver Anchor Lever do 4 Clarified Stiijnr
I 3 the fiil'vsiiic Prospect of a Mor.lhly! be Ellen A. nrockcnbrouzh.wWowand
Lapine and common do 4 ca ks Sugar cured Ham. .. ed
cea LncyHrockenbru.
in'thucity. undertUs auspices of the above William H. Frcclieabrousih. e
AN ACT to amend the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth published named Association. Gentlemen's and Ladies* P-osotn Pins.a reneral assortment 2 smoked Eeef !), Arthur S. Brockenbrolish. T hos.W. 60 BARRELSbtfii,

w : Article of the Constitution ol this State ; and aIn The woik will he devoted Io the interests of Ag of Ear and Finger Ring, Gold Guaids and 6 keg? Gos-bon Butter, Brockenbrouizb* Gcorae L. Brockenbronjrh, a casks Rice,

4 ; Id *mruJ An Act amenJitory of the T %fifth ricultute andllnilicuituro.Dornetic and Rural Econ Kejs Pub and Vet Chains. Seals, GolJ ami Silver 6 bags extni Java Colfee, George S. Hawkins and Mary R Hawkins, hiswife barrels Potatces,

) ,.' j CUu e ot the Fifth Aitirletf the Constitution of Under thc.-c several heads, will he iuclndetl) Per.cils.GoId Pens,GoM and Silver S.ecticl| Gold 10 acks Bran, Thomas W. Crockenbrutigh and John W. 5 firkhis be*t Go Drn Bntt.

'fr : Z this Slate, and adopted bv the Third and Fourth all omy.that concerns the culture of Cie'ps, the impiove- Sleeve! Collar and llos ni Cntlons, Silver, Pearl, and 250 l l'rhels Corn. ckenhrongh> infant rhildren! John XV. Hrockenbnw Landing from Brig Urttin Rl! f

r General :Xtu'mblics. so as to give the Klcci-dii ol ment of the Soil, the rnnncst cf the Farm, the Shell Card CaP9 GolJ and Silver Thimbles, fin* BERRY it; ROWLES, Auctioneer, Ac. deceawd.' Lucy B Muxwell! Elizabeth 3rCNALGUT & OEj0

Jti.jt* (Io I Ihe People Garden, the Oichard, the Flower Yard, and IheHotisekecper'J l"aft. Sihtr and Huff.ilo Combs May 1';, l31. 19 V. M-nweil, Simeon Maxwell! Margaret Chsinplin Newport, March 5 J., ML
t\e Senate end Ali French Mantle Clacks, Table Knives, Te
Brit &y -
i. I Depai I ment. I In t heir connexion Sims, widow and adminiitatr.x cf VtilliaznW.
SE lljmc cf Rcprctcnt liter* of tht Plate af Flarilam Tra>*. Paled ai d SiUcr Wai-, Sihcr Table and Tea Just Received. Mason Sims and Far- -C-c BYRD ILt CO. h&TenOW '-
Soil Martha
t, with the interest:) c.f the the offset industial Sims,deceased, a
T ; / /.fiPiJ'I/I convened. That I he IIIcv. Snoo'ia, plated Si>''oi9: P'orks, Cr.-an ard Sour; La.dl4' of
.7 land will their No. 1 MACKEREL ih Carter.
Pnrbuits of the receive appropriateattention. 1 BARRELS
nth Clsiueof liieFitlh Articleof th* Constilutioiof Pl.itt .! Wite- .hn. Tea fvl Castor, Cand'.etlck' Crockery, Ga[ s anti Sterne
> 8 J No. 1C appearing to the this Stat, ?nJ also an Act enlilled, An Act toftmcaatheTwelithC'.aa'oi.f ** ; S'>lar Lamp*, Stiver ar.d'iit iiramlole?. IT I HarJward and Cutlery.
the edetc.- in that defendants: Arthur
The Soil of the Smith) will he under No. 2 aunlivit made this cau c, -
p thp Fiflh Article oj AUo, fine double bariellcil Guns, Snot a'ul Gaireflas Nai! CaMJEgts 4c.April .
!-bl) vision of Charles. IVahody, E/., ami'Col 81 No 2 S I'rockoabroush.Tl'oma-t W! ,
.. r ifutu ot this Stale, so lhat the JuJi> nf supet *. and Fla'k fine pocket Knive Porte Monni, 12. 1851.
the n 4 )hasboen ard John \V. Brocken 14
Mr. f..i
4 M 1, Chzra'n-rs. Peabody 4 kits Nos. 1 and 2 Per sale br ThomasV.: Hrockenbrough
Violins Claronels and Flutes floe Ui
h. ir 1'oit Folios ,
d the Cttruit Cuuits bhall bold ofuces tor I the ,
iicclfd, with the Agricultural! Proand bmouI! infant rhililren ol John W. Brockenhrr.ngh,
S. S.
wo ycir : May 17, 1S51. 19 KNIOIIT. ; 'I
term of ci:;ht yctr*, i-u'.ea.l of da.-in (jood behftier. ? '; dis'iniuifcheel) a.> a Practical and Scie,ilificFaimer 7 ." be, and the name ate !iptvb\, *j amended atarcaj e'j'i. > : qiulity and general aer'rnent of P< rf.imrv, '_j. mont of dress gwd nch M
an<< Gardner. Col Clambers is one of use On Consignment of Florida, bryor.d thejun-diclion of 'hi* Court,but
a* follows, viz: That on the lirt Mumiatin 8t&e.. TuWLi: 5i MYERS Plain an.1 Eml-rcukrcd Grenac'xc!:
most intelligent aid M.icce-siul Planters in (list' So.ith. in the (L'niled State ; and that defendant', Lucy end v
a October, in tht- year o'.c thoan \ eisfht hundred They will be ) si h.ted by an able corps of Coi.tiibutors'araorgthepiactical Sc1 tenhr SS, 1S50. 2S Choice Linunrs per Tallahassee. ugh, Genige S. Hankint and Mary R.Hakin.f.'s Berafre. Twee IJSWIM and fferare Dtlarw.

p. nnJ ftftv-tlireff, and onthc first Monday in October Farinerscnd Flai.tcrsof the I A BOXES "Cabinet Rubv" CLampaignc, \% lie, Manrarit Champlin Sims, widow Muslin and Lace Capes and I'nder.s. ..,

every i\ years Iherealter, tlicr>' shall be elected by Just Received, IU 5 Tale Sherry, and adrriin,,tratri\ of William W. Sill', deceased, do. eo. Cn s and Collar >A
uii'! Ktoreof each of the respective Jadicisl DOZEN FLORENCE FONNETS, u ALSO-A Cne asfrrtmcnt Of,
tae BrownS
: Each ntirp er will] contain sixteen pspc* quarto 1 5 and Mm I ha Mason Si nrn. rettbeoeond the jurisdiction Indies j tWJL
Circuits of thic Stale one Judjre ot the Circuit } 'a Chii.d I'eaiJ' : do. Otard dark Sloe- Panels and Indies Silk t'mtaC C''
size, printed with new tppe on superior \\ Lite paner, Brandy, 18-12, of thi Couttbut in the We-stern Circuit ol the
C art who shall refide in the Circuit for which be 3 Lace Tu cin dr>. M Genes Foots and She tf
5 nhite es
I and liirnisheilto sub miy beelt'ctel, and '*nntia in office for the term per annum, which must be paid in idvance.tCJ 1 Al!>ioi Ao. f5 Dcmijolini pale IIcnnp *yn Briindy. / *> th'Tffore Crdcrrd, That said dffenrlanfs le- ArriJ l* 23M.inuius IL

ei 11 jjears fn tn and after tIc first djy of Januaiy { Post M --'<'r
next succeeding; hn election, unless ooucr removed and they tnay retain in their hands twenty-live percent | Fn-nch eo.j n; Picky Jonc-," a perfect Cordial, aot'tI'and answer tie Lill of Complaint fihd in r1MlursI1I
de in Iliis Constilulion for Whit Pamelia 1o.
under ti'e provisions m of all subscriptions, ci'Mf'ex! by tl.prn.orif! 10 boxes I..osch'n Brown Stout, I tliisc.m-e L witiiin 'vo months, and t l'le dtfenrfants T. TtYJ.tmtt ( f).. ,
aJJress or impeachment : Lace and Chip eU. .
the removal of Juilgi* by they pr4er il, a ropy of the Wik will be bent Io 4! in Seoul. Ale. les dln'i bt'\ond the limits ot the State of Florid .lij. Cotton Gin iar.n'4ctorv,, h
of duli; or othT reasonable French Lce t3n. ii
: And for wjlUil:! neglect any one twelve month* gratuitously who vkill remit 1 Tl.e above Lrm'ra; | are such as can be reenmmcelei1 f.,nr months from the date of the publication inaction lo announce ID their patrons acd ..* '
fhall be tuihrient und for eo.!
0 caif. which not gt< iin- four names with f<>M dollars.ffjr 1 Crajc to the puUie.! 1 I.e beat ever offered in thi i...arktt.BERP.Y nf this Order, or I he said Bill \\ili be taken for con- ten generally, throughout the C.!ton rrr'l>
Governor hI ll rci.T v *r._ of them 1 MISSP Flat?. ,
peaehmntt''C : III 1 Communication* mist be adJrejiM, p" lnuJ.u i ROWLES.- Auctivneers. thc. (cj-ed asrainsf them. 2ion. ir-at thy ace prct-and Ic > in ,V"
he dir < of t O'to.iJtf of the General Agm G Mer.s and !Ihnya! China Pearl Hat, unpy i.
on < W.liiim H.Chambi-is, Pul.l.'aber; of "The May 10, 1 Sol. 13 .ini! it' is further OiJfrnt, That publirafion cf of lhir ceIehraed Cias.
lioirrrtr Tiut the '' Palm Leaf do
cause, orcau ,
ProcHtiJ >ct 20
bly : Sail of the S ulb Columbus. Ga. in in Where these Gins have
this Crdrr be rn>idc s ;rne newspaper published been ir.eend .
Atll l h stated at length intuch aJJreM, anJ cnUrod 1 fine Pan-tma doS if.
a VAN LEONARD! ,) Committee Real Burr Mill Rock.A Tallahassee once week for the spare of four months.J. bt- deemed! mmecf53r> for the MannlarVierifoawird
thi1 Journal : each : .isd prati>letlfur&tr, cae1atest't3leftIo1vtdn do
: oa o 1 nt
1'tiit the ra ie.or cauiwU. h.ill be notified to \\\z\ R A. WARE, > e.fJ. Forsa'eby C. O. KYRD & CO. FEW Pi.-res real French Burr Mill Rick, 18 by WAYLES BAU'ER, JuJ;e, ic.20lh ir: their iavr.ris they let! crtif5c e | |i
E. HURT, $ Publication.Columbu March, 1S51. chines, have bve, br..i' r! J t. uch *
:Itt'te si int.iJcd to be removed ; and tie siiall be April 12. I".il.! 14 20 incite size for sale at cost and charges, by per'ccticn is
*. Ga April 2 O, isrI.| 16 3rn ______ A true coj'Attest, their Mtturior "rut rfct,
4szttcI to li rjns n liii own Utlrncr, befilti an} Nc-w.tMay 10, 1851. 18 I). LAD!). a: t-'iv*
OSCAR; A. MYERS. Clerk.TV in preferce ti> all other Gum ?'
I f vote Vr siichr<:muval shall pass; an.i in suchcaIhe *,-', CHEAP'CASH Bonnets, &c. now in u. { ,
NEW CLOTHING STORE IIvcil AnciiEB Jr.. D. C.Mch2Ii. asfi-facttr: : &i..e o hive
Flour Corn Bacon &c. n'.d tl
j role hI1 be taken h> \ea and najs, and enter reived a general K-rtmcnt cf LaJic nnJ ,
JUST l. 11 -Ira ." !t. unacquainted with ihm
t. cj th* Journals each House, resnectiiely.SKC. and l Vai.Kr Jennets Straw and rcjuujnicttM ,,.(lipT5
oa : -c Spring undersigned ha just ree(ivcd direct from New
syLsoiiVr has cnrd need only sat, that
: 2. licit fvrihir enacted. That said election si'k' Jt-nny Lin<| rials iJcnts; l lvs and loLnf China incrca.-.d of the Premt,1
J. tnd FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT one : an ="i>i'l folluwing articlrs State of Florida--Gadaden County. have been awarded lu them lor the
tbcondurteJ\\ and the return*theieof mad", in Teail. 1AgL.rn.P.1I5.zIIia nietl P.ilm J. sif Hat", French |
doer South of Me f rs. Lew ; Amos 'r'n-re he i is : t'ibifed af the ate Fair I.. I* ar
now ) greater A
which hereafter JHJille L'iiftiil lu Ciancu .
the tniune-r now prescribed, or may iud Wirstii* whinand Wed. rrJt< cf i- lanrjGw%
i Sr' ( ) 4 0. 'ol <. extra Flour 40 oV Mess. P..rk
rpcninj a well s< ]ocied nmntme-nt of r an-1 ; :is; also, at the AI Lar*>3 ii.. 1 f i reu
be ]prsribd !f' law (or tLe election of member to fashionable PvEADY-MADS) CLOTHING ftipcn ed to \\-Jate RUM colored H'-o' Mattitig, Fan. P.trn-ols l IVraMjllctt loO cack Corn, 12! casks Si.K"! SPruNG Tir.\i: A. D., tst. and Mechanic's Fair, held at Cnlurr.fctij-'jnditti1'.V'ltn'ii

Centre* ; and is *Hall be tUeUtily c.f the G.xtrrior the VE.STS tui ] <'', cnil Sun Sl'.itles, I! .nnct Sa-h. :"tckaiul 4 Kiir* Mm Coffee, 1 cn.'k P *..r, Archibald Nicholson, Coml4ai II nnri.ii rr: rt the South Carolina ; f J I
: eon.itinZ IfCOAT.
under the seal of the State 10 part ( an Instifnig!
lois,ue a coramimion, RIbbons bktk \vUte and ci,'i>red Satin Uibt* iis. barrel Lard .
the Lighont numbn of Vin "hs P.NTAI4OON ( f varvsti t1v1et awl qualities-: Cap 1 1 dn.T.: r t Oil, vs. Chail.*fon. The C.-tte a ai"nrdon thae G-j. Irfivf
.: tUo per Judicial oi Ditttict lu which UJK election i white an.] fine eoi'iretl ShIRTS. nil qunliies: : Fir sale by HEIR A RUST. 2fi kegs 4 ca-k-3 Shoulder", James Nic'ioNon and William N. Arrntf, Etecu-: ) the first Prf rnnims at the cxhi&i1 Iid55

Merino,nnd C..tton Unclirtirt.anJ Drawer*; Glove I April 19. 1S51. 15 1 Kog-herd Sutjnr, -1 barrth clarified do. tots Mtlcoiip Nichblion.deceased,\Viley fit witi cnor'eston.Soti'h Cari.'ina.and i at every Fair eL.1

4 SEC. 3. Bt it further cnneftit That whenever ILi-iery, Silk and Linen ILtndkcicLit-fs, Stoc!:=, Satiimer 1 t Lt.x Reef T.nno, 1 ticrc Rice! Adrn.r nil tra:">r on 'u'es'i- of Arabella ite\\-; sanplc-) Cotton from Lien) have bees ilhjbittt

the Ut-ueral As Wiblj sluli croale a separate Supreme Ties St2ren.lPrs, Money Ut'lt, Stiouldir Trace's, Received.ASKS 6 J b': i- No.I 1, 2 d... No. 2 Mackerel, iiI'tkcsa'ed, Bnrrell liiiisyn and Mary LH wi't' The Propiift.r have in 1.,. i. -

Courti or Chanci'i> < out I, under the prnvit- PUI-PS. Pockit lVn.ks, Con'bs P.ruthcAc.. ; TRAV 8: SIDES, 2 ilo/in jars Brandy I\acl.t% ft af., \\t i-ndinis. rns ret tificuetes from PLtt-r! Cctton BrcIr0.Cc'.

1 Ion ot ths Con UtutMn, ihe JnJjes thereof tlull ELLING TRUNKS. CAliPET BAGS and VA- 2 Shoulders, 2 bwrcl 'umnnalaIa Vvhi.-kev.. O atid.iviI, it appearing to the ati facfirn; of I V'jjflfl Mt-'rrs, and. Manufacturer, ci CotGoe1s ,-,

r be elected in the tninner provided in the liiat section LICKS, UMBKELLAS ; lo \virhahr a ort 20 t5erc 'Sa ar Cured,) PIE FRUIT, rcktKSoap.SuTrch.nnd: every th-V? the Conrt that James Nicholson, Wiiham} F. testify in that the perfnrr..ancf cf iSrw.he .

of tin* a'M, and u.ul J'.o.J ;'.*cir oifi vs tor thpf-rr,: fl.ti1t of Ji7H Cps, .'Posts. Shoes, .c., all of 5 Isi slicrtlfi ". 0. Sugar, usually f't1I: 1 in a Cheery Store, winch I offer tor'l VVil. v HUwilt three of' the UeJeiiJanNit and samples! bv th.'ccannotbttx.:

I tit arid be subject to all Ihe nroti-iun* of raid ji tlesction '%;Lirhul! be J ehea ) f\.T ca'L 5 barr.! M&tbtse! sale ''ii ten.' :." ti."rablc as any other h"nse in the ) said 15:11.: reside out of the Slate at Florida and I vrmrt by any Gir. ever rnnn>.fTtured.

: PratiJid )owrrcr. Thai the .Tii.1g cs oj the V,'. T. MITCHELL. CO bnrrtls < tnt ilorr.SO .ity. Call and! t-oe fr yeiurstlvcs. within the hirnisof theSlu'eof' Georgia : ; All orders for Gin-, triven either to err traTflW

Supreme Coui hU be elected by gencral! ticke-t ; Tal ,hawce, May 3, 1S51. 17 tf : S'lj rf Fi'.ur, May io. 1851. 18 A. II. FELKELT // Ofl'rrd, That the said Jarce.* Nicholson. or local! Aents, or forwardM fhe |, |

a uzt the JuJg1 theChanccrj Court shaii be elected 20 keg Lntd-i K.rrel1' *ia Fir sale U'iltum .N. Aeerit! nail \Viley J'.Ic'vilrnapear and mil. will always rcc lye )>r. mpt attentica Gin

by general: ticket, or bj DutricU, us the Lcgulilure Notice. June 7, M1. 22 S S. KNIC1ET Notice.pOOPFRS anAersdid Hill of Comnlatr.t according Io law, tv"il he sent to :r.v pjrt of the cmntrj, ad tf.

/ _, .__ __ otherwise the same Lul. te taken pro 'a* ranted to give satisfaction.
tuay direct.SKC. mnntn frr'tn this d.ete, I shall apply to tie i WHEEL FRIGHTS VANTED.S .-

) 4. Be tt fttrt&tr emitted, That *hould a SIX' of Probate of Ga.Udcn County J Jr letters Notice.ALL .-S nio-t excellent .'xninir f-r a Lw gIMwl workmen tu i hen, : JOS L. DrTTON, ;tit.

vacancy occur in either the Stij>r.irfc>, Cl.aactrj or I I it !fimiion i from the administration c'f the c laleof ppr< r.s, crcilii ta, ar.ii Ir jters, eritit'rJ tr- of above tr>d": particularly if steady, industrious Piocidrd.week Tha for the a copy of this!of four Order be p Mi ntherlori 'hed CoTnrr.bus, Ga.-, February 9, IVSi. 3 'jf

Circuit Court, by lcati>, i ,i.aT'un, retmnai, 01c John B Durr, veascd. or utiieiwiiv Mi t ->td in the cs- and willing './ work for rtmuLle! j av. It would once a journal space months "

.iei the, it t-Ual! be the eiuij ul the Goxeriu'r' to M. A. Dl'P.n, A.lir.inMratcr. tate ot Timriiix J. 'l'Xi.ei.Il l, lateot J*>Ri-r-i
33' a writ election to till 'ich vjcancv, and he GvscVi; Co-nit', Januaiy; If, 1S51. 2 CmI ty. r i I'S ida: dicc.l, are !-ntby r. -lifi.Nl to t-xhi'.tit! of con.JT. to NEWi'OKl'. city t.* J. WAYLES BAKER JuJ-e. THE undersigned having nce oBf rcwjrrj1 ,.

sTiall give at Ieas1 t tty dajs' nonce thereof! (by proclamation heir ci tiu.s aiid d.-mnard i ; :! two \tre finite iljis Miylo, 1531. 13 KINE in his ouiinfs", rrr e-fs al> rcrwvtn.

and the Ju
ktiali cautinue: in oihc Ironi the tune he ,'ialjaes 1 of Lovusia ii. and ail pir o" i"
under hit rotQini- ion% which bh-tll be i-s.inl A VINO been nnpointod Ai nt f.-r the above Coni- qnstid to make ir.nicd..itc icxincnt io i\: anil * ableiaw u

immtnliaul alter the final canvass o! the *otts b\ _Jpany: ,an 1 defining it unnevo=sary to dieu's!i the zed asent a-ul .iI'.iuev U iLIJAM! Jil'DU, at M t,. *} *J via New York sebr. Mary Howard, March S.I" '. 0 4m I the lowest livirg prices, which I.e rtrrciw I, si,
which his rel urn determined : Provided,hcictt and ntcn-t"r.ersanJ! otherTti
imjvjrrance nraiK-o u, %vliu i; lul.v_ authorized by metu .ettie the in tierces of ten ba LtLs eneb. rr..l! for sale! bvBERliY reqnes's 'fej;,
That houM it beconi* necensarx Jo fiil any such vacancy principle, would pectfuily K !icit the consideration id estate. up i ItO WLES. State of Florida buy low, losiw i rr. a call. Heh! srn fundiM

before ta election can be held under the pto- of the citizen* of TallahaHi an 1 vicinity. Anv iiforniutioii MLSV A. TOWNSEND, AJi'i'x. assortment ff Shie->, Hzt*. Ca-; Cbnkrf.CcVa

\ision* oltlii' Conituti! ;i, the Governor shall have rebitive to itc.iu be obtained bv'cauinafem the Jefrer
the power to fill snch vacancy bv apponitr.ient, ami bub-Tiber. S. S. KNIGilT. Summer CHANCERY. finn Ui? .

ihe ncrKon 90 ajr, fiatcil tiai! hold Inotire horn the November SO, 1 830. 1" tf Bounty Lands and Pensions.a Clothing1.A Archibald Rule and Ann nuiethe 'vifeof said Arch- J. !i-ju-y .:. 'S.'I. H? AMOS KICHABDSON.
late of ins con.mis-i-m ut.iil: his successor shall be- B. CLARK !has just received from New York,
!:C sInderi i'd.hjvistrnadearranemets ith i '.. and A-, DJDIP! G.Sla-; P., Flizabeth,
duly elected and u....' !he, which will I be sold on t Ihe 11! m Anr M.trarct, and Frances C. L'uie, infant
., cLud en ol's.iid Archibald and Ann Bute months after d. te, I shall apply to time K-n-
ofVatnn ( n, and bt-tr.g now } lovi-li-c i itli t Iutr've.l > ,
fcCciiuool *aiu; act to amend the twelfth cu-jteof tli),.- 2') bitFine Hour. ir. st reaomihte terms, at! the well o\\n elm SIX
aol furies will atlCMJ the r..1-lIfclinn ra. Jnd- of Pn.Iiate far the Ccunfj let Lice
Constitution ot this Slate, and JMt ot C :la> by MTS ot attornev for L'-uii\ Council B. Allen ant! hH wife Smannah Allen, and for letters final dirm.-9ioii a; AdrnmiHtratn?/'i
end tourth General Assasnlilie-8 as aforesaid, tx1 and 1:i 0 I ticks Java Code. po a fine 'ot of Cloths, >rand Bl-itk Doeskins, .
I. Land, Pension, and CLttns 'fri Los-es tiij Serb ihe r children, Finetta ShetCcld and her husband esffttc? t/i James Btackti.ige, late u sudCrnstj.dfEV.'ARD
abolished but it i 1 tierce Ca-hmarette-i Col'd. aisJ V.'l.jte Drillinij.
the itne i is hereby ; > hereby proiJed Drap'El-,
the United (;, v'p.t.OfEcrs Hrvan; Shcriitld.: William H. Allen, Joseph Allen, reaed.
% that the General A aen)1iy! nhall, by the concurrent l.bli. lirown St'gr. ce Ujion: Wl.ileand Fine MarJili.-Salins and Fane} Silk
and soldiers cf tlu- war ot f js4, rr r-f Jeftr=oi F. AUen, Laura C. Allen, Susannah Al- ELACKLfPGE.! A'r.Jannarc .
vote of the IAO Houses thfie t, at its next r bbl Cra-hed and Powdered Sugr.r.Cf any PtitZS, which he is prepared to mam.f.ictine in *
L-n John C. Allen and Thirza Ann Allen and 2135I.. 6m
of the Iir'bn wars since I i't'M, are eniitkd to Ho'ia- f
regular it Paniatilla Scgais.Atnl such a na as to | lea-e the ncst f..ttI' McRaenv.II. .
*' Lt.d '.de the l IAt Act of FWcr Daniel
n r Congress. -
of Ihe of .
olhcerftliat -A LO-
term !
which willoccur by expiration 12,1851.! 14
] the satisfaction rf the Court Notice
to by
vices a moderate ccmn'en'aticn v. be appearing
Jude who rny <2nwthe twojear terra,under AJfwll as' Shti's, Drawers, Ki'J and Thread
charged. dehi -of the warrant rrtlu-arr.oui.t 1. arhd-tvil uidde in Itn-. rae, Fine'la bheCii-! Xmonlfi afterdate, the underchrrmrd wP"t.
the provisions ot said second tection, which is THE TRUE MEDICINtL oioei cry T.lotts, Collars, llalf-Ho-c, Col'd. Muslin and Silk Q *
herein above declared to be abulished.Firrn collected. I). I' 1 luouc 1 Cravats( Hilkts., Boot", &.c. and her huVwnd Li\an Shethelrl, d > not reside in _, -ettl his atrnunt.-) and ereht, tothe Lanurae

GexcaAL: Asrr3x.-Pa4ed the Senate COD LIVER OIL G. U'. hUTChINS.March29,1S5) April .'.. !1SiI. 13 tf this State, Lur in the Slate of Georgia, so that proces Jude 01 Prt-bate of Let n County, a* Adir/.m-'nicr
)I. 12 IfO ot Mi1s cannct he ocred upon iheu : Vv" Harretl l., let J lewC
__ the estate of Gei-rce te
by tie Constitutional smji'iiiy, OL-c.'raber 13, ISM' TTSEFUL in thr! > cure ot Scrofula, Coniurnplion, on
Pawd the House ol Ui-ir; ieotati\i- ti.e Ccnsti.lulluaal U Gout.Reumatirn, .\-thma, Hronchitis.Co'i. Just Received and for sale low byJ. // u t.'icrffuif Grilrrtd, 'J 1 hat sid deteudarit'*, niiiy, di-ceaset, and applv {. k a nnslIrwft e1cbure
Sight ExchangeN Finetta Sheihfld and Cr>iu SherLeld, zpoear ar.d the atlifliniitralifn of sad es'a'e.
December 23 JS59.AN and alldi-seaeesi of the Che-t -and Lun
ia j.iriiy, s. upplj ,
M.: WILLIAMS, anser the liiil) c.f C<..tnpiamar.t'filed in this can-e RELJ.MLBYRD, Mn'r.F.r .
ol f this valuable tiicdiciiie i i' t rf>c< iv l, which is NEW YolK: \VANNA11, and MACON
within four months from the! first of this i .
SsnaZ.srv. Jaioarv ?1S. js'.i 2mm.
2.) warranted pure and of very s.ijeri-.i; guilty. f..r sole, $in sums to suit, byTMOMAS TANILLA and Cot Rope. a. orted sizes, ?
Order said bill w ill be taken for confessed
ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the For sale by LEWIS &, AMR20 -?. J. Pnr.KINS, -L.T JL Shovi-Ii, SPalt'4. and Axes, ., Notice.

Filth Article of the Constitution oHhiu State. May 2. fc5J. Talhhjssee. Fla. Octohr'r 12, l 1O. 41) Agent Marine Volin: H-K-. Pat'-nt ditto,
malce !
mrnt Vn 3frr dite. I shall applifiticii i
1'isk1 OKUPot*. Spidr
He it tnnrttd tie eaaft and SIX
SECTION 1. ly A true Atle*',
copy Honorable Jndi of P, bate mirdfrr1 *
of Vie State of fr'loiidam a! P. Old and Y iui' Towacnd's Scr-npnrula,
Jfiuse of Ilepreten'atites O'C.R A. NF.nS Cleik.
MAXWELL & rFoni CONNECTICUT.BUILDING Trace Fifth Hal'or! Breast Stretcher and County cf JeFerson, for !<-f'ers' of dieis',1cn cr1
{ ,
General .1s emMy! convened. That the Seven PAPY Log March! 2Q, 1551. 11 4mJeffei'son ih char e as Executrix of the last nitt ardeie.
=teenth CUnse ot tiie Fifth AMicleot the Con titu- ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELL011S AT LAW ) Slock*, and Colton I Ware-house (Chain ;
4 ot James il. Hart late ot > id
tent i *
3 lion uf thti, State tie, and the same is hereby, coAtneadml ain-l ktbv fin-. Strap lib?"", iV.tent Balances CCO lb=. Circuit Court. ANN HART,
., TAI.LUIASSKK:, ri.UIIIIi '.. Kprnir Kitivt* au: i NietHe*. I'erctw-ion Cap'
as to reed as follows, 1o wit : Thcu-fchcjl LEWIS & AMES, ,
be one So.icitor: for each Circuit, who ;,liil; rt'eiik February 8, lf-51. 5 Ja'nnrj 2>>, l 'iO. 3 AktenN, TlI.afe-ee.! C>ittMHN.! Cctron (',rd Thermometers. IN CHANCERY. JefTerson County, Fel-rairy S, I'sCl5

..*; therein, and 4ajj: hpel led hv the qualified voter* ___ Out Nails; "Wrought NiiiK Hor-e' Shoe Nails, Paul Ulraer, Exec.utor of John A. Culhbeit, dec'd. v. G. M. DAVIS,

: of such Cucuit, on the first Mond
,.-..i the year 01* thousand eight liuuditdand, fifty-tin( JNI P.laek Drew Frock and Sack (FuutmEnLv Cl.UK.S & Buckets. Tuba, Pigg-n Sieves, Tray Brooms, Cyrtsshi.adfhewiJow AT) L\\V,

ar.ij v.cry four jears thereafter, or at uch times jIhe iOuts ;
General A *L-mb.v:! may by law prcTi'j, and Frot-k and !?. ck Cts; i. wfTknian Jp of which i* warranted 2 HAVING p'jr.-i3 in :t r.i.-n: >M Imsine.*, can L Itj SUsor s'iinrior 5 < Tfnvn, Rail Read Snuff. motion ot Comjvlainart. it appearing .- in the Cr.tirtsof the 1L Jale Cistnc!,

i'bil U% receive far bi* services a cuaipensation to be .lint received, and for saU (lIoap} at the New j __:T.f_ fiMii'l at thru- old stand on ih-nioc sheet, Iti", I>zigi! < ra. ;nd Javi C.O" c -i.r.scil f'tie: Suit, atF a\it tony sai-"farti.ii! ; that defendants and .'i f Franklin and Jackson Cur.ties.

fused by law. Clwhins Ku-re.- W. T. MITCHELL. where h<- w ill receive i i a few days (rent NiYorV Sy.urmn. AdamMttine! : Star. ami Wax Candles, James G.idxJen art FifznMliam! Hyrd-all reside be- March -.V) ti

SEC. 2. r f U ,1urt irr cns'ted. That "ich *!PCtinn May 17, U5l.: ID tf I on of t he mes''t' t co'imle-le .>iliients et I ll'.adtiM Pr.;TI S ap. iiitto fur the T >i3tt, vo"-.l! the lirriits of the Stale ii Flonda. t! ecrleln for Sale.

ftiitll he held ami conducted. t'teretutnthfreof idf end l'0'ifftw l (;reen & 'lk. Tta. Pkle Lemon Syrup, Claret .'uih Carolina ?rd she other in New York,so that Valuable Plantation
drilling 1een'3 >
.- taad--. in the t-ame manner as i i. now prefcrb Ice Ice Real cool Ice evetfT a td in S itIs m1r."t. .At.i ,, a gtlIt r.t O'orttr.cist Sw'.a! and Butter Cracker', I>io Apple Cheese, iherrdhmv process.of this Ci.urt cannot be served THE \XTATIOX Tvliercca the late JoelcsE
heia1t.r be cnUed In Bacon Lard Hur. Mnckertl firrur'y' redded, in Leon Conntf,n r
law them
d ,
by fit may prc u-'rn: :
y iTS oHLc cool stuff < Llive>re-d fr the Ice ol 1'rmr'i, Jlnyl".. and fte/ziait Cloths,
lan f.r the election cfnit-iiiucr to Congress Iroui m tii1 Cuyirs 1ac1& Loaf and Cn:-h"d Sa-pir, with the u'ual good as- It isthtrrfere Ordtred, That publication made Lake Erie, containing 4SO acre, cf xrlich une JC9
JIf'MX ia the rnoniing i.t throe cent !!.ir. Qi I"tarI ,
.. lain State.rirxn jxr) poun.1by rtim-iiti'f j'rticie-1 5-i: the Dry O xjds; for f mr r.iiiikthtin a newspaper pr.bli-hcd in TallahasSi are ccart-il and r.nrer mltivatirn. On tLepntU
: nnd I lees
the Pinall ( arnthy, and two e.ets end Lidf by ait't Fiji-ttcd Stl'f.: Satin, C>i\hnme, tEe
; <3cven VL As nMCi.v Paspd the Senate a wiitcli Shoo Hats, Hardware, Crocki rv. Sat lilery, .f, F lorld, reqnirir said delendanls Gad-tfn! e.* a comfortable frame Ihrfls-.r; II'n. with SP
the hundred wcirbt. All lrtslin! I.e is artil to Erunulactiirr aiIht
from l >
.. bv t the Cw*'it ti'tiil ni3J..i ;it.., December 31 1S31., IXJM>IIS CIlIiOWI can pr | iod O.adi Trimming antI Domestic Iji.e. aol IJ>rdjnIl to pit-ad, ar.-wer. cr dr.ur to the Rill ctary out houst-s Ac. TLU Plantation V****
and I
have it packod in Loxe& or ca ks with saw lnrt I ? bo; lest n .l.ce 1 n. the mo-t epps j ljle.Ti.ecinitinjiuv '*
Pasted the House ol K > cntatives the Constituaoaal as icq''red. R is Articles. ot bcfue the first "advantages z* it adjoin-* the piney TTOOC-
I < |>re fay DANILL LADD. -:r.'r. !11!* ait- n.-jrrflui!> resiuet.-i1 t ( Janu r6 1551.u the i- for cattle and Lrgs. The
ajjority, (v.'jnclu.-ioi next week.) r r..xt rae *very eow
J Newport, May 10, 1S51. 13 tf to call and examine- inSI..CK bi t.s.i ptirrtia: 'ing tc\ '
IirsiJtd A of thi Order be tend Georgia I'lank Real 'will vi.lia' 4Mj6oO
wheie.'r : r.Octi.btr la, laW10 April 10 1851. 15 copy duly pnMishedrir port pass
I : Oruc1nvSwar.rAnvorSrTr: ) f<"ir as herein direct.d, prior to the said yards it. the dw Ilin and I tlai'k 'sill gocaj

Tallahassee, May \, Itfl. Look at This JOHN I'llATORIUS Clothing.ST firu MontJjij! in S f te-uibtr { !t- >t) rer.M linc"cr tl.rout'li tl.e whole Itnirfli if the Planbaaaii1 '

; D.wNcSecIetae cl St tedij i rnnlJUU B12'SHELS TORN, J. WAYLES BAKER hen thi. Kosid is B *
I.CuaxLsW. ) received a general assorln of Gent ar.rl rch! 29, ISil Judp'e. \v crrr.pittedrhich undwj

i.* 1eereb cer Uy the! Jorcgoing tn be Uu and rurrect SuGo pounds. Sides i[:or run LATH rip.M or RUM. t ryM I, fi.\9 Spring urd Summer Cl.>fhin F'r'r sale A cimv-Aitest, tract, to t.e tlone by the 1-t of January, M *

'.y copies nf Hie original) Art on file ai my olficp, and 4it) '4 SLi.u1Icr. \170U1.D inf-'nn fiiendar.d the Itl.hiethat 155.v [by hEiR & C. G. FiFE, Cleik. Plant.iti..n on the whole line of the Kond will&?*

: herewith publuh in pnn.uaucc of the provision; ,>1 12oO eu r-cured llama, p* i hi: UK* *:tfl' tl0| :t.rt !lately H'C'ipie.l 10.) 1S51) 15 April 12, 1'.51. 14 4m it for coaveniciici', &!rc. It i* now offered for Kal1b&naln.

the CoQstitntion r"l.tiive to Ameadu; nt and lleii- C Uetc 's Ilii-e, ' C. II. Ll'HHi. and ad/lining tlie ftore laUly Pt-r.-on i!tiron.- cf pxuxLiE? Tiuf-'*'

kn of the Cnnitu1i"n. lOOUirrei"' Hour! occupied by liu'.Kt! : 1'ratorius, w here lie v.ill be jJeanw! Corn, Oats, and Hay. In Gadsdcn Circuit Court. call on Joseph CLaircs. Rqwho will Jiov thtI*

C. \V. DOWNING Secretor,,' Stale. 20 Pork, to utK-n 1 to the cill uid, wants f f tha.e wlv may Ix P.rSHELS b(avy white Corn, SPRING TERM, 1S51.G.arles lir.d. For terms itc, apply to me at ulyFrt
4 .
_. ; ta"3IsI.I 17 Cia 10 I ird-10kpR elo. diFjKj-fd to patronise Kim in ik hue r.f bu-iiie1-. ci 2"< Oaf, .L WiEiam Stran burv. FixJanuary
----- iin-1 BUD-
---- -- --- "WhUkey most
----- -- thing :150 that b every I He ha1: moivi-d by tie Lte eli I IVLIl., a rhiMcf and! 50 bae! Hay, S 'ttcbment.'S. IENJA.MIN;
For Sale. ( wanted be
i boot
Lte4e <-f may can S. S. KNIGHT.! nt the vfli-m-ifclfd *>ij'fily nf Ctt>.t, t'avsitiifrrs. I VetJiny*. Now landing fn.m Iig Urnn nr.d for sale l vMrXAUGHT A. Egertcn. ) ,. OO. IS, Pol. _
4 LIKELY nfcrn GIRL about 14 years of BP, It'tjods ultv ow-r'/'ii< tt ORIIO D. -
J'tiitty a ytural nf
A May 10, 1651. 18 ; HE defendant and all others interested in the Notice.
ued to pl ntat.onoik.. I'ew Yoik accejin 1E4iY-iLlIil: CL o ruixG Newport, March 22, It551. 11 T

paxneut. Bacon &c. All of v Kit-It, I fattt r in ttylf* ani 1 1Duality al>ove st-ir will rake notice of tliec'nllouteemoer.t 'TIIE undersigned hereby give notice ttat 14J-J
mvM'lf, are equal
JS51. R S. KNIGHT.tascettVenin Notice. thereof, and plead to the same acci-riiinir to law. the transact
AfAil JV, si Active offices will be f.'r
.- and ctn ..tlai, thai will IHJf open
_ I -. ---- -- --- JUST received from New Oilcans per V,*. IL mtivl: ;in, t.w! jnitr ir.irlxt a s He, v.ill as.ussv: give ]urticubr attention OIN months after ihtp, I si-all apply to the IncizeO March A. 1C ALLISON ctncial business, from 9 1 to 2 o'tluk, eve57 &?,"
Just Received. T.1htheassee! 22, 1S51. 11 Attorney fir I'Luutift
I to liK l usnii-1, pad lr>pcs be will lutrit a liberal of Probate for GadsJer. County lor a final set lie* diiy'sexcepted.The .
(UP' BUSHELS COR v, 15000 pound) MJdrli"; !; 9 and ShoulJers, patroivt e from ti.* jiublicNocmlxr irunt an.i eincharge fie m the estate of lardy! Shep- Notice noceu--ity and propriety e.f rcgtiaraml

I0 iU 10,000 pounds, 2300 bulk 'uric, 23, IWu. 45 tf &r.1, t'.ece-astd. E. S. SliKPARD. A' mr.Gadielen hours of business in p.olic t tHce are TC"..
Shoulders 20 barrels Me>s person indebted to the estate of John Fergu law and and obvious to rcqumation. eIP
.i 0,000 County, January 11. 1551. 1 tfm VLL usage, are too
12'J barrels Flour, 75 ** e-xtra and superfine Flour, Pure Sulphate of Quinine. n. late of Washington County, deceased, are .

20' Poik, 5 i casks sugar-cured! Hams, Pork. requested! te make payment to the uidcf-igned ; und C. W. DOWNING, 3etreIJr SaK

I '. 20' \Vl i **ey. f 5 bagc'I rT"HE subscriber have on hand two hundred and the.o l.aing demands a-rainst the same, are hereby JOHN BEARD, (onjisoZJC?

l 10 Monongihela Whisker 5 barrel f.uuily MCBS Ccef, A. filly t t ouncesol Sul Plate: of Quinine i which I they OA BARRELS Mesa Pork,landing from Brig Ura. notified to present them the time prescribed by ,v. R. HAYWARD. Tr'n"

a Also a large supply ol every kit.dl- Groceries, 20 kcg Larl, have obtained diii-ct froi. ftc manulaclurers, and tJJ nus, cud for fule bvMcNAUGHT law, e>r the payment them f will bei barred. I). S. WALKER. Key. I 4L!

f witcte will te sold as low or at liwer prices than 5 Coi-hen Huttcr, they will warrant it to tie a supeiior article.We it ORMOND. JAMES M. LONG, Qualified Executor. li. S. hAYWARD, C/o-ASV''CU"

I anycther house in this place. Call at the subfciibsr' 2 ticrcos su ar-cure-l emoked Beef haicenbtge-d our stock ol Drugs and Medicines Newport, March 2i, 1851. 11 Washington County, May 3, Sol. IT 8t February 1,1331. 4 tl
'I recentartivalsantlare! execute01 -
before purchasing elsewhere. 5 b-.irt-lft New Oilcans Syrup, prepared

April 1 tt IS-51. 15 S. S. KNIGHT.! 400 bushels Corn. Ai.Tf fur tides in HIT wholesale 01 retail, Collee, Sugar, Soap, &c. Notice. Leon Female Academy

The above rood will be od on the K.osl accoramodatin terms. -a !BACKS COFFEE;
on torni" o
months after date Aradeff
I shall the ?
fo Jndze
applv Female JJ
;( i BTi-----; IJKKRY it UOW LES, Auctioneer, dc. We have alr'oafew accounts yet doe to us forth* JO/ 1" U.rn-s! Srtj.rt's yellow Sugar, SIX Probate of M-iilUon County for letters cf dismis mnc JL Trustees cf the Lecn the bic.! tbt
this method of
year ISJ'J. They are* generally in small amounts, ir.f..rminjj r
:_ DOZEN Pair of Erookh Patent Sliank Boots. May 10, 1851. 18 5 Pilot Bread, but if ttholccoHrl would hare the above Iiwtituticn,
the be it
1 opened
April 5, Ittil. 13 iS 13. GAMlLE.u paid shortly, go I f; Crackers, Daniel Flinn, drceased. C5I
- : 1 fk J'IECESPLAIN STRAW MATTING, tar towards h:juidjtin'rctiUin suns which we owe. 70 t) boxes family Soap SAMUEL WILLIAMS Ada'r. cf W. P. CiNsi.vcnAV, E
Plows. IU 5 .4 Colored eo. LEWIS & AMES. '_'1 rmr TiA-.icco, tc, Ac which Irutitntion will afibrJ all tle
fiipe March
22, 1S51. 11 6m to %
CAST Swecti* ia htore, end for sale at low For sate by C. C. JJYRD A Co. June 8,1800. 22 Itntbing franc Brig Unnius, and fir sa!.* by and refined educatHTU We hor rT

I 2 5 0 rutos. .IAS. B. GAMULE. April 12 1851. 11 McNAUGHT A ORMOSD. Notice. on such a farting as to obviate the necesv51tvY InowiWg_*
New Goods. lug our duliIrenVrtm home to acquire
March 11
Aprils, 1 Ml. 13 Newport, 1t51.
Spring Goods. OPENING a larsre atid carefully "elected stock of months after date, I shall make application Tfnns ftr Session cf F7reJfrA.
Law Firm.BEARD rPIIE culiFcril-er is ojviiini? to-day n small invoice Jki'.ania, and I'richt Metal Ware, Bacon, Lard, &c. the Honorable JuJireol Probate in and for I he The First Class, in which will I*targLt all the Mjj

4 fc BREVARI) will practice in co.partner L of Drot-s Ooods, Sonnet Riblxtnn, Florence Silk", roiMs-linx, in pail of Tea ;ird CoHce Pot, Frtr.chC CASKS Bacon Sides, County ot JoC'etson, for letters of eUsmNsion and dis branches of nn Engl-h Ethicaticn, tii-1

_ i all UM Courts of the ilidlle Circuit of
Horila Oifl.c bTM A pill 5, isr.l. 13 JAS. II GAMBLE. qualities,Jelly Moulds, Glass Lar.tcins.Cakc BIXCS, 10, barrels Mew Pork, Ebenzer Folomtlatc of said County, deceased CM Spellinsr. Reading, GcorAritljnetic

MM flEAPD. Cjiinislfr, arjil a vaiiety eil other articles, which 25 u Flour, All persons herein interested,ate hereby nounec accordingly. Enajlth Grnmniar, Natural 1kstO)7 -

T. W. EREVARD. Spring and: Summer Goods. the/ oiler for sale on reasonable leims. 2 barrel and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, HARDY MOORE Competition, Ancient and Modem 1tory. (,
;, 4 tf Also, on hand a full and eMen ive stock of Tin Jeflerson County, December 7, 1S50. 45 Cm *
1 l8I. received Recitaticn..
>. February JUST a general assortment ,f Spring and Ware of description Manufactured here by 15 WlJLskey. .
t) Summer Good, to which we invite I he attention: every Just received per Scl.r. Barnnrd, and for sale bvMcNAUGlIT Tia unatsmetic .
workmen and fair
Shoes. of but bel"re good at prices. Notice. History, EnsllJl urc
crn purchasing elsewhere. & ORMOND. Geography, 15
and fienU Hulbe-r Overdoes,jtM rcceir- April 19, 1S51. 15 HEIR t RUST. Lead Pipe, She- Lead, Copper Zinc, and Cistern Newport, March 22, 1&5i. 11 S TX months after elite the undesigned. Administrator n-say.

v LAmES JAS. B. GAMBLE. Pumps for sale. Fin Roofing, Gulletint, and Job of the estate of Walter R.Blackburn,will pro Fourth Cla* -Spelling, Reading lvntwg.Musk. ; jj

i- } April g. If61. 13 Boots and Shoes. Work executed faithfully and with ipsj-alch. Now or Never. pent his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Pro -
__ ._ T. WHITE 4- CO. -
Jefferson and ask -
bate for from
to IMJ imme County, a discharge French -
: Hats.HEIR 4?INK Sewed and Pegcd l Calf Boots; Conpres. September! 21, IF5). :37 tf BARGAINS bought of the subscriber, said estate. IIYTIIET1I c

& RUST arc now or-onirgnn a' ortment jlI .. Calf, and Kip Shoes and Bro mis.JUftepcucd likely negroe girla. Appnn ed New ELIAS LASTING ER.
taken in for call Januaryll.1S51.
For Sale. ac.H'pUnce payment same- on
Siring and Soinme-r Hits, ol J the very latest T ,. ) and for tale cheap at the New April 19, 1851. 15 S. 3. KNIGHT. February 1, 1851. 4 6m

Ijle. Ai'rt' :,. I't. _IjJBlacksmithin Clotliing Store A LIKELY and able ne-groe fellow iiFcd to the Brandy
W. T. MITCHELL Turpentine business-to bo wild low by the cubecriUr. Notice. CASK Tcrysuprior Brandy
: 1651.: 17 tf FLETCHERVU.LE HOUSE 1
May S. S. S. KNlGllf.
Ix month after dale I shall to the Honorablc 5,1851. 13Notice
; apply April
) iideit! >iiiiie-d i p pect fully informs April 19 1651. 15 (IN SIGHT OF TnOMASVltlE, CEOaCIA,)
.. Gadsd
t I Jud-re' of Probate for the County ot -
- L the public generally that, haTing CHARLES W DOWNING, PRIVATE BOARD, all thin-*included,at $10 per -n li r letters of final dismission as Admin- This.

1 Jemiiloveda a sapeiior Hori, he is ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Superior Green and Black Teas. month. Travellers accommodated, 'jcithvut Li istratrix of the estate of William McGrifT, late of '

now prejured to execute all wofk in that line In a Tallahassee, Florida. CASES fupcritr TEA which can \\x> rpeemrrtnded. qitor, a heap chesper j than Cotton sells.P.. said County, deceased. T HAVE: onhand at thy time CT1 "
and usual terms. 3 JL of negTO-
on families
_ __I i! T' superiOr taanwer. F. PAYNE. CRT:; Office at the Canto!. BERRY & ROWLES. P. SMITH. SARAH McGRIFF. Adro'x. fair price two IA S.

f j 17una2tg.ZS. 2i If March 15, 1651. 10 if 1 May 8, l6.1 17 January iS, 1851 6m Qmncy, Dtcemoer 21 1550.' 50 5a .pril 19, 1851.

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