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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00135
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 6 1851. VOLUME HI----NO. :35. :'

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OLD ; say I '
TAKE ABOUT JIAUHIAGE.jv :, the ball-room, i in the street, everywheie. African Gossip. me at the wine merchent's, where we closed WINNING A HEART. me tokeeping be careful how I gave my heart to your :\,
'
Alex.I Dumas
.. M! has been wi king for the French the -
oR contrac. for had been selected! b
I dare say I was duly laughed at. ; you ) a par
j journals some : sketches and Before tho ?V BY D. W. BAKTLETT.Jt .
very ama-ing gosfip. notary: of girls to win heart
E. n. HALL.m At last, quaking' on the! of and ty my ti sport. '
MBS. MX
verge Whilst ii: Algiers be became : 'No subscribed but in
1 had oiler : acquainted merely ; three & I would not, could not believe him-when}
twenty an absurd
-a most one. I with \ of the freaks of battallion ofF'rcuich months have it done in due form.' not long that I
a I I was vas chattingwith
many ago he offered
I I:1S fat I I wi me a chance to hear from '
little girl a mar. j was six older than lover ,'
hid your j
i I WlS a years my ten : : soldiers who hail chiistcned themselres And received' my blue eyed cousin, Adtle l about story confession :
US the day : '1'Y.l1 Limes as nrich own lips a of the fact. I did- ?
r\rJU'lI'i.j; as.hafJ'T TSi:i tense probably except on one : 1\ by the very poetic name of Zephyrs; wlich One thousand francs in cah.' writing, when she gave me the following extracts no matter how hear last 1
red ck .
)oint. I knew that lie you say night to a
iVrimU" lillchel 01) -j:[ was rather wilJ1] !
( name it seems has become famous not The officer roared with laughter. The from letters that she had received from of
1< altoutwith 111uO 11'in my' J as the gentle In shott : 011.I company giddy girh that you would hum- .
13yj.'l.1 1 phrase 1 mi'her [
1 goes. \by I the! of tie! in its ; looked at him with an intimate acquaintance to
j fani.ifverythiiigandful-li! 1 1l1'ft4,1II"'I '' loved bravery corps, very :lrrl.1 Cololht -lihment ; saying rue as ble me after: u \\llil'.
nor him but wil.l.I
f1th.lia.| respected ; 1 was .[us and duty doubt it ?' said he 'Mafci she them that would
'. dangtrous as outpot [ you ; gave perhaps they only If knew the 4grit'lf
i11e! I: (I you Mary, poignancy: of
\ ; tliat doll VAS; ashe t eii as ling to many him! because then I should beMrs. my
:
i : iny I. I!:iiiii: : b. dy of military! at.the colony, but more here'c (tIlt excite in mo a smile, but that a woman'sheart : .
1.11'1'\1.1" would trille with
: \\'as-u.tU"h.! J Hut I palC'r. you never so sacred .
.1 ,, ;I \ i! SUUl1Lod.m should not be old '
uJ hap an !
I'l'l ; )atti'u1lalj' ticks and The it and found would understand them.I .
I i I! ; practical) ute 1 I jOJl'S i a tiiig as a p
JI'L u'lnd n-itural antipathy! tel\< 'pt1ig i:1I' I
; I a : t If( indiiidunl of tho! sub and took the extracts and read
t ( ; for the follow.
thIch"' maid.My Im.m1.tt's : ; so cont-iiniiig: a receipt one I leave this before will receive
'i-o f.nduifnrspendin },,.t,:t.. :,,,,,1 I |, parents : po ith'eJr. Of 1 that a Zephyr St.IS to have become French thousand 1 francs, :'!dI1 undeitaking for the ing :: this, and never can know whither I have '
]
necdla in
% ".','nllll in ;poking! a Mfin',1 course I tltought then unreasonable and 1 you
cru'I :
:1t I for'a tIl'JcI! here in
I ldl' Alter a Zephyr ha performed ) payment: of the balance of thirtt.n thous. am my little room, overlooking -
1 of: a !'H of calico, though I eon i. I t. and inaV:;! mywlf n miserable.. Still : ,some deed of arms., or sened in Af-1 I and. the stream upon whose banks gone. tcIIE
a:" .tu.-li'w"' ':n -.11 fooiymws, and guests. as II i t was som-'thing! to JIJ\'o.hul :111 offer"of ;rica ctitain The and I }have lain for hour.It ? Rr! S
r a u length of tia: uiihuut punLhinent \ : Colonist had bong.it of a Zephyr, imprisoned you many a sweet N.-ed I tell Adele how like "
t" ,.ii : :,. '..imri I was i-alL-ci a 111.Idad l i nod you, a stroke
,. !, ;.jt : my lipsver" not herrneticail'eft1d. he i is tho old and
allowed tune it
'\ i ; i rtJ.i'.r' t.Jrn'j1 to return to his native fcr punishment, the guard-house of plays same glides : of this
lightning to heart ? I
L"I': ; 'I,.- : :MV fl'4wt: why she cut 1 1 <: 1 Irid: vend confidantes, who took i our1trv.. But liashi: ; tasted the wandeiiagfind the jnst as fast as it used to do. And flowers came my confess

; '', UI I :IlI.J tI.1I *.ewe4 it to.tt t11cr :tg'Iil, ( i 1"1IHI; 'f piekit; up .d'as lIter my I,1f ::he conifoitable: fact that I bnd refused .Mr. S.I I : i is Corned Beef Boarder. wrong tel-ing the girls what I
miserable!
;, \\:1' ,I Iti. Zephyr elsewhere. Africa is lii-. som. did, but I did it to conceal love for lien-
my
r: i .II')n.Wh..u the \vic .1} IJlle around I I went on with increasing! uneasiness ai ]land of promise. The uis.irij.liie: of France i following :amusing :IN.dfte has been The trees are all blossoming, for to-day is I I have been to the place where be first
; :11:1'1 1 iukiug' of l1oding but i!ew longer, not liuw b !' furnished the editor of the Dutch* I ry.
sei-khg to Albany
lt'I') '' : : years < useI,non wearies hil and he I h.calo5 his gun or May-day, and the children are wild with joy. told me he loved me and said
litlle tars we-re to inj j i ul, or trying to find taut (for what 1 man" ,Ii one of his correspondents : everything to
,
\ "n two open gal pur-j 1 me,
'"i 'It'k"" 'in 'at-ing. And manod flse 1 was lI1llieitIC! I looking ; A since, the capital of one of the gone
i : '' my } |[: was send Ur hack to Afiica\h"r be wll years wish yoU were here. TheroT a new comer I Adele I lean ? I
;., .;?". '\ (i- i.nj; ., veJ! ou tn.v memory strength ,
courage
i t'' --ikor forgot next moment Tlw tI ny better aspirations and elevate whole, I makes the lie i was very cieditable estab the of I,
I my { ( : Zephyr, the 1hi'lial: of the hO'cwllch young man by name Henry Davenport few hours and I wish lean
army to
.!: 3r.iuiV. t"%'" wats my wal edacation, as it I
,I :: ,: ;ill,i| t'J!'!.t'n. se'iid them t, what school. !, i iI"1'1 :'1agt. I was simply sj-izing about in anxious j :like .Mecca, :Medina, Jdjt'ddatCI.I.uI" t.) i present time, you ca'i make sure of very hotelU ncle William was introduced to him I laid down the note book.

suspense upon ummnu-d, man of j comfortable and sati- : accommodations, \i iO in New York la=t winter but knows
\ 'IVi. every my ;:the Mussulman.J Bcu il'! to tr.slit i tlcto' nothing Cousin Adele,' said I ha'eou heard
6tir'c ,
ti'ii old, I I had one fi. i itcqituiiiUiNc, f .r < ne uhovouM, lift reasonable : now, this j '
%, !,I"I:il\vn I years i me out to future time the name of Tlw 'x- : as. more of him. lIe invited him to Agatha's nothing! from ?t'
'. ,..d) I ti', j .. i I. a-i-i! another: wvenleen: ; and.
il u..d: ,..iti"\: .' lIt that' ag?, l'iey' had nil' which I frit myself descending. I lad l I met umard.hiuuse i Li which he was confined. This I :ali Lyrurguses of the State, when their! legislative lie is very handsome-and what} is more, : And Mary-where is she ?V

,,.t,.tI ,,,;,.-uj. fc IItII> very Jike and some quiteU.V !i Apollyon himself tin-re i1h the question on I guard-nous--> a -charmhg: : btiilji-ig! \\illi : duties drew them to tlie cnpital has a noble soul. There is, however, a look She gently: took hand in Ler's with the -..

(I tii' .n ill ,rfcaias'ier.: Oae afternoon, a> ; 1I 1 II Itis lips I believe i should have said! \..:," i iron-barred windows and! a hiifjly < rnament- I Mr. E the proprietor house l' defiance upon his face,and 1 not a little pridein other pointed ti, the my sky, and said with, tear

I I'a. t '1I.li'l 1< ':! lilY M'' Opheliavio! was siels I Iii i At tbiily-siv I wore more pink] iibbandlian I I(.tloo though ftdJed! with I piktheads, ; it at thy time to which I nlulll, found that he I his heart. This! has been the origin of a dropping from her : a

y. I h.i::!r.i! a kri.4t
tile, ?. 2',i.1whicl! I may almost say, decided '! i ** woman, could go, wondered why :: i byles sometimes; extended their excursions i j Representatives being composed! of farmers, are bound to conquer his heart Our name Aye-I understood\ her.

ILf\ !f,!(' 'I'T; 1''.'*. I i I'Til. ,:ills went into company so \'III1)gfound I Iwas j ;1 the heart of the to'vn. Accord! gly a ito .. I ship-builders! 1 md speculators, lumber merchants are written in due order, and we are each to \

1 ti:: 1 woJiK tliil: caujrut my attention ;, growing sharp-fared and sharp-spoken: : 'o/iit: recently landed, on :projching] this j i &c., &c. take our regular turn at trying to win his Tun LATENT PARISIAN DODCK.-A late
a-iiinated: romantic gill of ux- J ;and was becoming: old maidi&.t: in the Of all men, however the querest customer number
taut i110In: worst house was seized with a ardent desire! betrayed >! I heart: and! report progress to the band. Now of Galignani' Paris Messenger aays .. 'I
trtn of 11ii4 l lifciOi-se th heroine of amovlirt :sens of the wotd because I wZIII eli by his whole air:and manner, of IJt-1 was a Representative \\IJ had not certainly' j we are only in sport, but I guess we will show that about ten o'clock at night two well dressed -

:, !wl j jlJ't IIi was left unmarried at the I' :mnid :1gabFt! my w ill. I forget! that voluntary 'i ,coming its owner. As he cam3 within hail, been chosen! for any nmarkable: oratorical I[ Mr. Davenport that he is not so independent persons entered the shop of a grocer in

wj flf 1( ti!' ..II'Y.rht.t surprise was e-- !! celibacy; never affects tli: "temper. i j the window: whs t.rowl! a Zephyr ap1jieaied : talents, or for any extensive knowledge oft r.s he thinks he is. Mary Bliss i ifirst on the that city, and both of them at once burst intoa

p..fJat: t tais cauaitr"l.1c'hat! indiguaOn 'I. My t-Jbters; be it lemembered, were older | and the following 01.1 dialogue to'k !i political economy. In fact, his notions of' list, and I am next.' most immoderate fit of laughter. 'I tell

u. lhan I. They, too, were single. Hut they! place! :- i private economy altogether predominated, as May 10.-Mary is not successful, or at you that I will do it,' said one.

; ;1" (If my ci-t; "rs did Dot seem to sympatV'vu.h had lived more domestic! livethan i, bad'' \\'bat! a beautiful residence said the following anecdote will sliovv : !least she l has gh'en"'l1p the attempt. And now 111 bet you, sir, you do not,' said the

(: t''.j. ,UI'IIt of disapprobaliun, and :, icad fewer woiks of t fiction, bad been cultivating : the! Colonel' military) I \'th ;Ids constituents, Mr. G took I am to try. What if: in gaining his heart, other.

then i-Mi.i'iW: pilvquoiUwn:' "What : would! their own nat.ire! and seeking to Yes, not very ugly said tho Zephyr. up his quarters at the public house kept byJir. I should lose my own ? Never fear I' Done-I take the bet. _

vmix\ waiiMg tit die aa (.!ld maid1{ lr !! mske every body aroind them happy. And I Whose is it l' F lie was tldightedith! the 12th..-Yesterday was a beautiful day, Both then entered the sllOp.'I

K'lvr' I ,\.'|..H'tly, .. Ve ;" rued fcistcr Ellea every body reverenced them, and loved to I 1'arbleu why his who idiabitsit, seems breakfast venison steak, the dinners of turkeys Adele If you will listen to me I will talk Do yOU sell molasses(' said the first.

aJji'd s>u Wiiuid I !'' i looU upon their open, j.Ica';ant countenances: I to me.' i and moose meat, amid other corresponding to you yesterday. Early in the morningI Yes, gentlemen the grocer.

Tat suci! I I.ulki of amazement and increijllv. 1 -1 III every body worth pleasing, -and Is i yours ? : accommodations; but really the rate of' I sauntered out carelessly, book in hand, for 'Give ms two pounds of it'


r.-j nil-. Ji'i (ijj nut knaw you toO well ( At last our good parents died, and ]left Do you own it, or onlv hire it !' _\Accordingly] applied to the landlord to 1 I sweet morning, and the birds sang merrilyand No, put it in here.'
ii'iiik\nu! : a !hypocrite" said anothl'r.'i.r. .- j each of us a liltlo jldcl' nd uce. Within a 'I I own it.' know if he could not board him for less than I was very merry too, for I do not come What in your hat ?i'

.. \ it was: UI i ::Ult tlmi all women liquid ., year I \vas mur: l.J. 1'ctta not many soldiers are lodged as the usual price."I : '' to this garden without a purpose. I was Pour it in, it's for a wager!

I h. marmvl !" I:'1a.iJUt'd a third. *' Then I was married for my mon(). That was you are ; you'e lucky.' ,I I should be very happy* to accommodateyou merry, and so tripped carelessly along the The grocer took the hat, placed it in his

un: 8"eihcntt fit married f naked Jlary, ten year ago, and they have been ten years I 'Oh I profited by an inheritance} left to ," said Mr. F politely, "bull graveled walks, until I same to the bovver scale, and much amused at the idea, pouredinto
her u"u:11 I of : should lose by the operation. I have the where the is hidden the it two of Molasses.
vriUi simplicity, puigatory. I me, and had it built; and labor i not dear in.1geri spring by shrubbery pounds weight
Larr and hot grew the controversy! and I j 1 have had bad hick as a wife, for my bus- .\ a.' I best of everything on my table, and iny expenses that surroun.ls it, and who should I meet but There's the money/ said the purchaser,

IK! : nut a \Itrd. w'uUe Ophelia lay flat 0111 band and I have scarely OIM taste in com: I How much did this little place cost you !r are so large that I conld not live if I Harry I uttered an apology for my intru- and he threw down a five franc piece. The .

lit back, h'-r bti.f: kid arms sticking out, and ;t mon. I Ho wishes to live in tIC: country, I 1'weut thousand francs.' I were to reduce my prices." sion, but he arose and asked me to sit on the grocer began to count the change, when the

her croup (ju'ti-furgoU; fn. Then (ire-t did I It which bale. I like the thcitnunietor at 7."ideg. Give I me liue: and I will cause to Xo way at all-in my case ?" inquiredthe bench in the bower. I don't know why, butI man said, '

;ie iii">'!c .it t" tlini rri1ile comLi.li o:1 of; ., \\lsicii! be JI(&. There! is but one I gain i t thousand francs on bargain.; you representative nw fnliv. blushed-I who come to lay a snare lor him Pardon me, sir, but your molasses has a .

n" < HIM!'' tM j s_'. lid Maid.! lu how many thing which! both like, and that i i what we I 'Kh\1! eh we can &': \' make your a bargain. No-I don't see how I can. I have to felt very much like being snared; myself.: queer smell.'

(iuwviit; tones of iit04ajtt, dread and deprecs'i'ii cannot i otli have, though we ire always trying The truth of it i is I have i omit with a misfortune pay uncommonly high, this season, for myturkeyveumison There is something in his dark passionate eye It is very good, I assure you.'

: ,, oi j I !t iar it uttered by these juvenile for it-the lad \\ord.I j which. forces me tell it.' eggs," &c. that makes my heart throb faster than whenI No-smell it. f
twice'' \\ hit aiv'cd(tfs came forth about'tn 1 have bad bad luck as a mother, for two ) A misloitunef' \ Now, se.11 here"interrupted -'Jr.G am alone in my chamber. The grocer put down his head into the hat,

II' nj| ir Is, and liditly; c ld nutids, and such huge, sell-hi, P:1/oEjC)1wte. unmanageable! \ my banker has .' "I I suppose these fixins are wo'th ail you lIe was reading 'Agnes' Eye,' he said I and at the same moment the customer by a

d.Id: !.\ .iri-s"v. and lea-nied and pious and boys never tormented a feeble! woman! tineo I] '.\ hat: :u lucky} 'fie{ charge for br'ard. I wouldn't! complain:; if I -that excellent poem of poor Keats;-and. i rapid movement thrust the man's head into

fc,-iiii: :, inJ ni'schie-:iia'iinnJd' maid-. \tv4 boys }It ';:111. I wit-h I bnd called them both I "'h:.t do you! say CNo f.-lt as though I could afford to eat such din- he promised if I would meet him on the morrow ., I the hat, and as the grocer instinctively raised '

dJabmofrtgular I : ti t '- ''ar-ol,1 spin. : Cain. At this moment: they have just quarrelled I no, I 1.IHmtls'\'how unlucky!' nir!?. Now, why not let them that want to here he ould read it to me. And I I his head, the customer knocked the hat over

*:vi, utter wi much pt-aiid-d in ono afternoon I over their mnL'1.1c.111I1 timer i has How much me in cas'aT? eat turkeys, pay for Vm ? For my part I'd as I }have promised to meet him here tomorrowJu .1 his eyes. The other man then plunged his

Rwii |.o-jpj: ; faith by these blooming j'oufig : torn of! Orville's collar, and. Orxille has an- A thousand C:1 francs you, 1:1 uy the re t-' lief eat coru'd b-ef every day as not. I won't not fear for me, for I guess I do not: I hand into the till! and seized a handful of money .

cr atu'f Two or three friends of my motiiTuhoni j.lied !his coltlik<* heel to I ort imer's ribs ; I 'Oh as for the ballance, never mind] I I eat p'mti1dl', 's, and don't see why I should love him yet, dt'arlrI -I guess not yet. -about fifty francs. Both got clear on'

() 1 had Jways cherished in my in- \;I: while the baby, Xenobia: in my lap, who never ![: will give yon all the tune want for the P:1I I '.- '<01." 15th.-Four days have passed away sinceI before the unfortunate grocer could clear his
lJ f'!it aiforiions 4 : Iwcause they talked so i| t-lecps more than half an hour at a time, I,, hahn mu ce.', you I Very well," said the obliging landlord, wrote \ou last. I told you that! had promised ejes, mouth and nose of the molasses.

pleasantly! : aid: were so kind to me, now apf :1 and cries all the time she! is p.wnke, has been Five ?' I with an indulgent niI,>. If you are willing to meet Henry in the bovver to hear him SCATTERED .
.sred hk" years I'to confine yourself to corned beef, as far as read 8t Eve. I him there be THE HOUSEHOLD.BT .
f flew pcrsonnge8 :Mi sv.is I roused by, thnr din to scream in chorus. 'To be; euro, five or ten, please ; all Agnes' met
*'J uv; Mi? never conl4 have had an olF .. Mist \ !.j present frwcs. I I make some deduction let murmured and the flowers smil- Tie dear roof-tree u standing yet,
dr' "d so shabby, and wore given 1 never kept even a chambermaid, more than i 'Then it's a tara : and I h: v just a accordingly, suppose" can sweetly, : Of biooni antI verdure bare,
F, :tac1.s! t l-.ok Jiu-rary." And Mi', X. 1 t1retn tks.utl as to cooks, I look brick : thousand francs \. me.' ( I in your case. ed, and the little birds twittered and chirped An aged couple sit beneath

\1M%: for ever talking about; Sunday School ; bewiMercd on tlilong! phantasmagoria) 'If! i, 'Go to the wine merchant's: at the corner The representative was highly gratified. I happily-and-I will confess it-I too was; With thin and snowy- hair. '".'"

'id fcHf'y; : IIIl'diuL0l] to on."u i fares (lilting etormily through my ]kiu-hen, asa i of the mal wait for me.' lie promised to eat corn beef and to abstain I IJHmv.* *v. A patriarch I leaning on LU staff "

may be sure that the next time these manner remembers} a rapid) tucce;ion of!i 'I 1 0 tl'l'e' I from various. _/ costly" .'tiishes which.. .were.named. : With his rich, melodious voice, he read And That she trembles, so faithful! in! bis at hi-I 111,1.1.* lId .

h.dj.s r.-tiii": ; to oar lions*, I scanned( \'n' thundergustt aid hurricanes in the Gulf; of) Hut o as you go, just stop into the shop of j upon winch! conuuion a satislactory bargainwas that delicious poem, and I found that I had With heart tlut grows not clJ.!
f!|,'elfa(!) of Miss Z., a face that 1 had l \1('xi n. My new chambermaid bounced : the lock-smith of the and send him madl' never known the half the beauties it contains.
!!iwas; regiment, : Accordingly everybody who observed Mr. wi l' could hear him read it Adele for They l Ijv.-J I
II.1 I that ,
bffow : but saw it : out of the room J d(rda)', llirting her tins 1 to Tdllim that comrades to play : you ,
Ut. my | In which! they have _
v s evi"-h'i2ly' 1'1:1: n. I looked bard: ] at ter, and mutt ling, Jieal old nvtid: after rll !" me a trick, have lucked me up here, and car- j. C;-at table '".':\ t'uat day, were very his voice brings to the surface every hidden Save by those dear remembered no part one. S

Mi-s Y.! !Irah-e1orei bonnet and Flmvl', ; just' because I sliowod her a table' on which! I lic-d of]' the k("v.' much astonished! athis siogularcIL'ice of food i beauty. The children of their fat-art.

f et-ivoi that Uujy were old fafbionc-d! and or- i could write "fclut," with my finger, ia the.i Til send Of course, the bargainas: a secret-confined Wl)en he had, finished he timidly glanced They see its (hanging, shifting scenes-
ci\y..: ani j ,ihttlwr green pjwctaeles loi-kc'l dust. And tHe 1.1m. the wine I to tl.e two parties: I byhom it was made ; I at me-for you know such sweet things leave It, tunt il and its strife-
to
II 'h"if'; Tli'-n Mi s X., beKide whom I had ;I( I never j-e
a1wi s I')(OTfd i in upon the sofa, encour- then glances in the mirror at my own cadaverous I 'forgetting, however, on the to send J him representative temptation after temptation, -he timidly glanced at me, and closed ._ _
n.d: IJY h i ki.i lly 1 smile, and ut-lighted with long, dolfuJ'ise, without wishingliiywlf I the inith. way wliirhbeno doubt found it hard! to resist."What tie! book. I essayed to praise the poem and lu years gone by a joyous crowd

lwr cjn\\.llti'IIhuniut( L'IIl'hf" wvro all oM Maids lir ( arln"I ; would ask 1i m. Turkey; chicken pie, venison j! tongue, and I felt the blood rushing to my At around that still hcnrthatone
i my : it mom an
to
1, : was explained : ; was biIPtn evening praYer:
Ib'N,1' \ steak roasted cheeks. And then but I will tell
o\SI.'T\'ed that fJ..h'rs-ri".llt Vet half of I did not not you Youth- with and brow cf
my I my sex marry :IS : divide the one thousand francs equally between a lip priJe, '
Jllul, "''1\' Cord'd! b"ef!" would( the self-denying how I contrived to from awkward And bosonw .
} JU", drnI.MiC girls they wert?- for love, but for fear!-fear of dying old the prisoner, the locksmith, and thmtsentinel. runaway my throbbing high
;wlno j !;art \\1' this\U.vulJrmentof maids., I' exclamation of the scrupulous boarder. situation. That night I was obliged to And gentle girls w ith changing cheek
my young i minutes the
,. At the end of five sentinel -
'I I And mild and
it!( ,:IR 'V.v w ia dw minoritv, so j I took I Thoy Itntla.ir rwmJ.nll they ihoe was notified and the! door opened. At Day after day it was: the sam*. Sometimes report to the band ; I am afraid I deceivedsome long eje.

''orgrantdtWuereia the wrong. Ue- idle tongues create this mischievous. fear and) the waiters: would, through: mistake, we maysupp'sP !, of them20th. / These all are p>ne on different paths
I I the end of half a: hour the contract was dUi i
f:1' I*, '' t : before him: a choice plate of Adele shall I let at Through widely
pi 'c
'itcyKirenareevcras -
) separate ,
much influ. thus make so much domestic misery, have cussed settled and signed, and the Zephyr j you gaze my ways ,
"I.J'; lay what! i j luxuries which it made his heartache tell- And years have p'issed since havemet '
a uttered in the I familiar : their the forbidden heart J Can I help it I for I commenced they
responsibility. his the thousand franc8.I \Vhtre
share of
*'"". .' f pocketed jI j with his modest call sped their infant days !f .
1' ( tu-jf 1' own fawav!, j-sij\. nbofMpuame.tr I to send away again, ing you of my wild adventure of charming,
have
JI Two l hours afterwards, the! Colonist was moving Long venrs }parsed and none are now,
I : ,,,m? take 1 care of what Poultry.frni I. into his house. for corn'd beef. when lo but wait a moment and I will tell As in that happy time.
\'f'U' MV t a fiwmT Gu'ls.All110 have I the waiters so stupid-orwagaUb all dear and long tried friend. Yesterday When that
house, with the I : ron THE At length grew you my sporting in roof-tree's shade
.f 1'I voungi'uV I An ofiicer with the patrol, nod] .
passing '
'' .I'" tried old settled was : -th-it Mr. G I sat side in the bower Ia lit't" bright early ,rimc.
{? up \'"f\ random sontimentI rai.Mttjj poultry on places saw a assortment of household furniture i iI j ji I II i we suspect by Henry's ; !
I /' : ''a"y a judicious t mother's morn- ': have found the diiiiculty contending with I brought l.irge.to the door of the house. The | would have to pond away half dozen nppetizin" he gave me a rosebud. I knew its language, The world lia* ploughed the brow with care,
/II"; <'xllortffl" < 'I ka been blown to tho moon I the gapes, a disease \\ !I1ihi carries off millions i I 1 door he walked guard in. The Colonist dishes before they could be made to and the secret of my soul ran foolishly from Where joy had made her throne
I l\\ 'OUII:. ll..j.! ittcnurk from dinner 1 every fi'J', lW. A remedy has been discovered being open | understand that his unalterable choice was my heart to my face. My deep blushes, he And robbed the cheek of luht and smile
a gucH. n down lank The oilicer ;
.'', d"liwrt, aft alhnejinio his real ': and thoroughly tested "in our \.11"I I by a : was nailing | astounded \ corn'd beef! said, emboldened him, and he knelt before me Which love had claimed its own;

OI"'lIlla! '' or whosc .iiiji give not worth ': lady neighbor! who was on the eve of giving watched him a moment, and then This state of affairs afforded a great deal and told me that he loved me, and asked me The As doncbg if the step is grave and slow,
: ( : was I said 'uhat ia the atthere mourning heart
name are
,1I1, ;, up all Anther attempts at rai.-ing young poultry *Y' e\'i's ,you of amusement to the waiters, boarders, guests, I if I could love him. What could I do, Adele, WouUlaae the "outward man" to share If

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:
von '
education went
my II What I at cau't see I I
am parbleu
/;:'''"'II i y. J U isfrfectly mam-lloas, in the gapes was undoubtedly occasioned by am in.' you was grievously anno.cd. At last human nature I.lay my head upon his bosom ? When I Yet memory still with fondness tU.I1B'

'"1''y!' way and by whIt diffccut: sorts the little worm found in the gullet of the I 'Moving:moving in where !' could bear it no longer.' One day Mr. I I heard the beating of his noble ht'art-then, if To that dear{ native home .
chicks it would be, well the effects of __ called for bis favorito dish three before I knew I loved him. You never -
i'' ,' a '' 'JnS .itl'ilt i tauj-ht that it i is a i I to try I In houFe.' (j never Though through the world strange and afar -
'!" '111'1!' to lie an Oi j tn 1|J. FOUlS nev.,! the worm seed," or Jerusalem Oak, as it my house !t' times, and received successively rOJstl'll'ea1, I did hear the the birds sing as sweetly as Their wandering footsteps roam.

.11(1\\ l""lr '"i3v more than iu tll<>lr liack'JM is ealll'd.ill( did so, collecting the leaves \llt house.' moose steak, and broiled chicken. Glowing I they did then. And! the little brook frolickedever She whimpers of those aged ones,

: d upon: this topic ; hut what khall ; and plants in the fence corner, road iJt ;, or This house is ?I' and sweating with perplexity and wrathful: so gleefully. I am happy I need not Whose With love ouls was so kind in their null childhood's h ne.

; I M,>' of the wise folks who biu. almost: as1j : wherever they were to be found: and chopping yours impatience, he sent away the last named dish, [ till you so, for you will know it without.- The dearest j".y tLey knew. day
j IU ttt( 6nme \:1'bat! fcall! ', them fine, with the dough or other food CC'Itlilllr. with an emphatic request for corned beef!" This xvoild} is a bright one, for all that the She
we 5:1) 4 it ?V shows the slow and
f came tottering ,
.! MillCllh'ut of hIm who j is gentlemanly: j given to the young fowls i in such a way they: 1 Hecause IW I bought it yours, to be sure.' The waiter, stupid fool!! returned with smoke- misanthropes Sfl) I guess' they never sing Thc bowed and silvered head tej\
ou ht and could not avoid it-thi'l the odorous turkey. for them for if they did they couldn't call this The form in
*xpresI Mon on all subjects I but i ii eating by way, 'Of whom did buy it ?I' ing, so soon peace to rest
<-r the hU1llmitanlJ. chivalry of him I i'. they devoured greedily. The result was ,you You thick-skulled rascal," cried the furious earth a mournful place. Within the grave's low bed.

)::; *f saiib- the defcncles* J-of the justice of I'1, whilst no one dst raised either chickens or Of Where the owner.was tho owner ?I' repu-sentative, can't you understand ?lI c To night I have engaged to report to the She Their jxiints words their and long dtCd4SO and holy liCe, 4

\\bo tat8 a class with the faults of in- J I turkies last season, and: especially the latter, aint a turkey boarder, I'm a corn'd beef bandand what shall I do ? They do not Their steady patience to perform pure. '.

and wouilds! with that meanest of I j I I this lady scarcely lost a single fowl!, raising Inside." r looked the soldiers; they boarder. Do you hear ? I'm a corn'd Iccf dream that the charmer is charmed. I must Their firmness to endure. "
P"* unusual number for the boarder !" : deceive them for this once, and I will pretendto
-a Wlcw ?-r of the ('hristianity! of|{ to maturity a very had been for \,
Yl glances some
Then
J7 ">d rcclly censures and ridicules !j I facilities the place afforded.JSvery each exchanging other, and had comprehended tmewith The waiter }heard, the table roared, the give up after now. Good night. Where Hope wrrows points never upward to tie clime ,
rome
!' old knows the perspired profusely ; but he was 4 21st.! Adele, I am alone in little .
I 1 arr:1IIgcnlc'lIts} of Providence ? nurse on }plantations; was just beginning to dawn the officer's representative my Where toiling children of the earth 'I ,;
tnT-11' my leSSOn thoroughly it came }plant, and! its excellent effect on the children mind. upon never afterwards troubled with refusing the room. The music of the little brook is sad May claim an endless home.
11! 0 .J under abundant inputs ho had forsworn. The waiters enjoyed The birds all I There that scattered leasehold
in some fehape every w tk. I read it their charge. It is What has become of the said the dishes to me now. are mocking my may band
frotlj<%'t'tJ' novv'' and new?pal'er, and heaFd it I of the South. Try it. officer. owner, the joke, and the representative the corn- poor heart. Adele! oh, my Adele my eyes Before Firm the tuid white unbroken, ettnial meet I
every 1' lip. 'he who i i ed beef, in quiet. wet"this sheet when I tell you that I am very throne ,.
hl\'o' In union
truth very men spoke j r: When lost in the That's no concern of mine, said the Col. long and sweet
alld you and it is .
money sad. The is out to me
,
sense the I sun gone ---
neuir-v on subject sometime street, one helps to look after it j onist, continuing the arrangement of his ba. rtr 'I loved my wife,' said Mr. Caudle Lore and
;
will Law.
'wd it !by every you dark that I wish to lean -A who
idle so upon you lawyer
an in young had
<,f j jet some moment I but when have lott character zaar. and for the. first two months, I felt as if I _
and the drove you your c'crJ'lone let me, Adole 1c j paid his court to a young lady without much ,
J/ jest out the truth you
from leaves 1 What, is no concern of ? was eat her Ever since I have been ;
to it years could
the
only fot j.Young. besrt eighteen, I Hived you recover best you can. he not imprisoned tat {f' I didn't.' up. Hut a few hours ago, and I was happier advancing his suit, accused her one day of,

t' the IS"' ljle purpose1 cannot bear I! Sympathize with those in trouble. 4 Precisely ; would you believe it ? his comrades sorry the than my canary bird. being insensible to the potcer of love. .'
is inscription on a &
"Y-of 5-The following Charlie brought a little It does not follow '
getting married but j This morning me she archly replied. .
3 Le& : : what could : Strive every where to diffuse around sun. had played him a trick and him river ; "
you the :
locke tomb stone on Mississippi it that I ,.
the wlin-r wish of notefiom Henry. Here isMary.YestcrdaY am because I am not to Lo won by ,
ktn one who had I shine and joy. If do this will be. but I sent him the locksmith ,
you carried
, taught t-ocict. you up ; regiment Mr. J- U- was away, a friend of mine told the vfauriey.. j.! i
by to diead poirer 'I
'
celibacY I sure to be beloved. I a tall, lijht wed man, and Lo J'ct i By the diarrha and cholera." <}'

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1eterday Tbo alU'moDtive Cuban Invasion tvcrm-d tc onr New tJ.e >V taisuI .:.ifThtM7I2porthit (ljC! flnrthinn & 30urnaL I Cotton Factory in T: l:1hassee. Editorial Correspondence. !,613,700. 00. The -i = ; ;

"" Oilcan exchanges! containing full '''rt.is! of;, from Cuba. ""care pleased to learn that stock is now Sr.t'Ir.Znif:, Uaitdfltt fjtstt / 18 I ] ntun' were S,6.11't\n 1"'ri3foraC"-." 1

,1 the By the arriv.il of the schooner Merchant, ._ __ It, 1831, } ._ c O. exces
August
;: news brought by the: Umpire City relative -. :-- -- =- :--, : being taken for the erection of a cotton fac- tS..SJl sqL
Capt Woslenidoitfe.( from Havan.i, which! ; nod
t to Cuban affair! *, but jnrei'ive bat lit: I L- in'cl- TALLAHASSEE : I tnry,in this place There is The old! saying that circumstances alterctscs" | the alosi.j! ', tIr I
r ; : rot! he left on the 22d nit we have the gratify -.-- ,, - no enterprise itnports from Grt lI:tain tO
ligence in addition what } ;
ten],'. A letter in to the Picayune we psMUhedes twites that- t 'ing intelligence that: (;l'n. Lope h.u been S.\TURDA, SEPTEMBER. G, 1851. which would more fully combine and advance b being verified in reference to the political ; (from the United State, exceeded **
S3,03ifOCO
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J j i one Soncr Costa, n mt'rdmut'of New OIeans; successful in every. engagement! which h, has Apologetic.Our :: all interests in this section, than a well! conducted parties in these provincePrior to the j| t that her entire trade with the p, and !
I Can
1 / had with the Spanish forces.In rebellions of 1S7-S? tho Radical, made, S :
cotton The who a'wrh.
a Spaniard: favorable to his (Government, I'.nd factory. capitalists I
,. the the 17lh ult Gen.Emia readers will c\cu&o us for the! J:1r'a3 worth! more
paucityof
j ;; ,; procured permittiyn to tike with":! lan fri engagement 0:1 invest their 'funds in this enterprise will, we! up principally of the French, were enthusias-( \77 than f h by $-.>;.,,
Comiiiamler If the our Editorial matter, this t atut the
4 ( ptli.h.rr'l was Week. 'nlcirJmpltl.if's l UniuJ S
Havana to that! city the bodies of the uufortanalc ) tic admirers inslituiio. and I tttes. 11
ur j may judge by the success of similar undertakings of American i : ,
killed other t1fl The
with several
CN Spanish will be awakened >res
: .It : Criltendcn and Kcrr, and tlutt he had I for us, too, present some eztraordina.
: : i : lost upward of five hundred men killed in other places, receive a handsome zeal>vi3 advocates for an:exati.rn. On hie :
.' luid them enibalmed with the intention of ? i ". in the engagement with Lopez. j profit on their investments. The other hand, those who libelled the! great Republic p.
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We however planter ,
; ". doing. can Cnd no mention o' l by, l'ihibustcro or, what .much' tiins to the Provinces.
.. : .ill" their arrival in the New Oileaus pipcrs.V I The .body of Gen.; Enna was scut l In- Gen. u I j, will have an additional market, proportionate i were the ies-the English: and tli.i1 They go far. &,'SJ
e
'. Lopez with fl.t of truce to the worse, a Florida chill and fever; aiv-l if any ,jone's t toward revealing the secret Of '
t append, below nn account of the riots that I a Spanish camp, j to the extent of the factory, for his cotton, I descendants w' ith! the protestant Irish.I 'rlics tH( 3
in order! that it mightba buried baceotdaacewith : brain can produce an Editorial, under "policy she is pursuing in the
occurred on Thursday: in that city, which we j The small farmer will have later! to love anil bOfrrnrnctt'
additional professed to
the i honor of the dead. crop. an t monarchy cC
:. u-nagesh such di lLiliti's-\\"h. (the !
.' extract from the Crescent : I he is much more of :a j ;! Colonies whose trade bid fair
.t Wcsternduire the faaercl of Gen. I : market for the products of his farm. halo Republicanism But circurntinees to "G to
t Capt. saw -
*' I then shall |her 1 I
New Orleans philosopher
on Thursday wa*alive with wo ever hope to be,, j jthat's Republican enemy, in :
Enna in Havana, tLc 21.-I t ult. : The mechanic trill find have and pte: Of her '
excitement mJ commotion. The 0:1: all. employment in erecting changed, tha views of parties c'JQ I*
'* streets wvre j i ing-, and! the! presence of her
1 Tlie affair was conducted with great pomp I building and have h them. The rebellion bayonets.
thronged with people, and angry and! %k lfiit making palling up uiachii.cry ; changed ended .
and! H.It'muit.:1, : the in the city Revolution vs. Secessicn. gland has spent millions upon" mitrion3n.
'i"..: : crowds ptrad'J through the city. breaking into : troops I &c. The population and business of the in the demolition of the power of the radi- *
The
: paraded on the occasion. The entire Spanish most prominent. and absorbing issue (these Province, without
the
segar and liquor shops ke'pt l tl y San; I i forces then iu Havana did not excedesome 'I town will be increased, and the value of property cab! leading the tories without rivals in the anything hIeaaequate J*
iardf engaging the minds of members oi: the : ( return
,. gutting! them of their contents, and dt. leading ; hot now, when the
I 700 the of the having : enhanct d. Labour will L diversified 1 pursuit of the spoils. to 1S12 this Colonial
great body troops I ? Up state
:. : ftrojing cvwy thing they could lay hands up political patties of the day, is made upon the' trade is beginning to bo worth the .
i been dispatched to meet Lopez. so as to become The pfaff.iirs continued when Union of the h
more profitable. a .fln.
'. on. If our levees had given and the I con- I I
:
.' way, questionViich is the proper and rightfulremedy she! finds herself playing :
j forces
ccrrtnt of the MUsi; Mppi permitted! td rush! Gen. Lopez's; were hont.r: increasing -ul1\r will be enabled to purchase1! the m&nu provinces of Upper aid Lower Canada was s?eond 6ddl to J I
:
t jlJJ reinforcement from tho Cubans. The in th3 last resort, against; the ttnconbtitutional ; I athan, her great commercial rival.n I
: through our stretts. the turmoil cofuwon i facUred consummated
:
II goods at factory prices, free of corntranspo. ,- nnriesty having been
l1nd : Spaniards themselves! represent his foice atl.'jOO acts of the Government; ; Revelation : pro-1| The credit; of Canada stands I
agiuition could not have been less.Vc l t to : ceo e>a the 17th.! With this az "' ;, mUtians, tltion alit! ill other extra: I cl.timd! in the meantime: for ollences:! durinpr'I high l J..T,.
.* will briefly detail the accidents njj they oc toy I or Secession It seems to us that t, a I :i.English money market It will I
curred. Gen. Lopes was advancing on Havana. Si i! expenses which are now paid ; and the mo- I the rebellion, which brought back the pri.iciI beunlexamination 011
| -1 a remedy for such evil, Revolution i i'i more i that I Canada
six
The nu4ancLo1y ticvrs of the fate of Crit- The hoFpitaU of Havana arc crowded with chimerical than j n'v' now expended! abroad for these! articles, I'I pal leaders in, and instigators, tho e troub- per cent bon.s? i
that .
tendril Kcrr Hran/.t and their wounded Spani-h troop Th"J report that any vagrant theory ever wi:! b2 kept at home. The i command as good a price as the most t I
couipanioutf; i merchant: wilt];i les. The political field being; once more hiHsff I
floated open
: I! the Spanish olh'cers and the soldiers: were uti through a crazy man's !,r 1in. ,: esteemed bonds of the United
: 1 cast culy iu the morning, a deep fchade oi looso much St rakt. Fthb
j.-ubably of his
{ profits. these to and 1 hay '
i on competition, important changes fir
1 z I i telly surprised lId! dismayed nt the rapidity The revolutionist in the fiz I
t !
} gloom over the community.; Tne several I I > place, acknowledges :.j i' state of t'jeir! credit the!
: : "ith"icll the Americans fired, and the fatal l I article; but when we take! into consideration[ inir been made in the Government; so as tomaka people of'an .
that ii
liaadrcd ij1I1usters now in the! city hmnedi- : assuming an attitude! of't trcblion : i ada indebted! to Inspector (
I effect iveiyolley made their ranks.-! i i the increase of our 3uJ it resemble Generl!Iieu
on population, consequently : the one at home, the returned !
(
ntely 111.1 .
j put on crajje. Tpto no ti i n against the goveinment: : he is sab-: | answering to
disorder wasmauifested. The American*, they say, fired three and four the increased deuiaml fur other radicals their heads i our Secretary of the Treasa
About that
,
time die supplies;, put together, reorgani
j'ct to pains and penalties! of her laws )
times, to tht-ir once. I ry-whose financial abilities:
nu Extra" a very offensive and improper t and that ho stand! 'i I we find that he, too, will bo benefited. Thus izcil their scattered party, and nt the second i' are of the h'tS.
The the
perpetrated on fift\--ono. prepared to pler.d order
character: was issued by La Union eifiice outrages guilly t Lithe j est throng wio;e exertions

: the oflice of the Spanish -gan in tiiis: div.4 .- Americans, alter their murder, arc fully con- !j charge of trl>U-IHt. In the! second place, i ii | we see that every class of our community election after the union gained possession of'' revenue has !been i.icreaseil, and Ih6

firmed. Tins Americans in Havana are j : may receive a direct jte-cuuiary benefit from of the Government The result: of: placed 1IP6J
It xvas ati irritating outrage upon the feciinirsof very i he i ia for war, dreadful carnage and hl.JOd hcd. I IHe w ?, a solid foundation.
the much Licensed r.t Mr. Owen, oar Consul, in this enterprise commensurate with I its course, the of the Tories
frienJg extent ousting from
:and relativv, numerous in ttit'! tin office, !
the
of the indifference Inch he I scorns tl) act t'll IJ on defensive: i The weather 'here has been
e-ily, of the gallant dead, end it was ut oncepeucrally consequence w manifet i, We cannot expect to go extensively! into j whose fall was celebrated! by the cf nncommonFr
but 1.5s under
>tcd in reference to the fate of Co I. Critten- mutt assert tights the stroke of passage wet aol cold for weeks back, *
aad
known that the union oflice! would this Luillcsst once, but that ino Ii the famous Rebellion Losses Bill"a ; ua
1J I den and his command. the sword and at the! point of the bavonetHe : reason fa-1 the
e attacked and uttt'd. About this tim consequence crops are behindhand.
; By this an i\al w e learn also' that the Spanish feels called to sally forth why we should not do as much towards it as vorito measure of-the! restored reljel! .*," b'F Tie !
-1panimls Bull iuitijer: fanned the fprcadingjUtne ; upon from: home j! corn crop i is almost a failure.
I i steamer: Pizarro was still fast aground.. our means will justify': Every undeitaking which they satisfied ihemselves in the .' Uptime fc> t&
of ozi'iteniviit by |put.lic! icniarks, tome to cnfoicc upon I.t; neighbor, with pims.-uit current I hava heard! of no one hivin .
I There
tfl nit brut-d! and all of a most otlVnsivecharacter. was no hope of getting her off: arm 1.5s notions of constitutional : must have a beginning: and! in proportion to coin of the realm," for the losses they 3 Jj**"
There was gn-at excitement and much government t I, ;, corn to 'at.rI1.i: i is no v the mi !Ule! of _
Tlie apprehension its An-
will
Spauich Consul also hoistedJ.is profits it increase i'i extent Let the sustained! in thc destruction of their
and I
:fasten that
in Havana.We upon neighbor the yoke of1 propertye gust, and frost is looked for the
had first
iLg'I1lt' presumed: too much ): trial, be madand of Sep.
upon we are confident that. thu, through their rebellion. The Tories '
the have lint t been able tn obtain! any letter bondage from which! lIe has slipped his thus o.'erwhclmned 'I- ternber, and! of the
perfect impunity of the past o\vn | course corn mut be
time l is
About P. ;1. Our files of Havana papers of course containno neck. In short I less ; not distant: when every pound of cotton t- \ by their opponents and desert cut
a crowd entered the ofiiceof nothing u HI suit his feelings '" off. The rot b sweeping off whole! !
fiekli
La Union and new news of hit tret t. I ( grown ia Florida i, will find: a leady marl en by the Government had ; of
in a few minutes it was a than the uprooting of the fjuadans : they fought to uphold I- potatoes, and treat fears are entertained
1otal. wiwk. The I Private commercial letters repoi t business ia very l- ': ket at home, a.d: instead t of the tint
editor exporting raw and this will also
narrowly cwajKdwith I mlinttb-the( circurmtinee be lost. The
.
1 ut soeica' 1 f ke : and provJ crop other
I Havana dull, die excitement in tho burning pillaging crow,
'his life 1 lluough the ititerce-suou of Mayor ] 1 very cityand material to be manufactured abroad and ri '! hug that alone ; Mich ns wheat, oat*, pe.M and !hvr,
in i ig-hlwrlo.tll) gieat I. *,\'il,ages, towns and cities- Republiss"are not ungrate- are g'Gd< Oosstnan. ,
.p I! Chipped to us ia a manufactured state at generally! and' people are not afraid tit
: ful" th
Thence the crowd proceeded to the cornrofGawvit'r I So dilml'dl.! *l were the Spanish! troops in I groans { the dihir: and the lamentation an I )-denounced the union they had'- con' will have braid enough and to ,
: the city of IIa\ana. that the did exorbitant cost, wen II save this lnreme ex- S23tcd and spare., TLi
declared
government
to for
annexation the
and St. Chatles, \here a very : :1ud'e1ill of w idows and orphans, and the j to potato rot i is somt-ti'ing remarkable.
odious Sp.wiiard, Itomagosa, tended the Cor- i j I not know what corps to rely) upon. Many! | ,;,: l pense and export nothing but the mauufactur- I Republic of the West. But of Tj] first
riu:1 j of the Spanish
cigar shop. Some demonstrations were I[ they: fvared their 'oul11.and'ou1l1 juin t;tn.laclez j I the inevitable consequences of revolution I. By means our pop{illation i, tingencies they say, can prevent annexation.: vine*, tbid.ViI! in the space of twentj-fonr i
innde, hut the ioors were t'lon-d, when, after will; i be greatly increased, our vacant land Is hoar*, >?ir as thoa ." t
the expiration 014:1 hoar :[ on the first opportunity. ]I certainly cannot be pleading reflections tn the '. ; The tli it is a dissolution of the r ni n. This ap a hary fro huh

: Itomagosa apr:1f.,1 Previous to the :.ilirg of the Merchant the ; brought into market and bi.ii.ness of every ,: has been but with fallen on thenrr. Opinions differ as ta the
ed i*t one! oft'te doors with a drawn knife ,I { revolutionist, or i.idicemv to his action i ij attempted, met a signalf cause of it Tlie best informed 1

Lis hand, and expn-ssed a dt.'ir( to sheathe it i opinion was openly expressed in the Spanifh jI I lIe who advises this remedy, mu-t admit character will assume a more lively and vro ; failure. The next is the incorporation of all that it proceeds from a iff farruirsiasfct :
: whichp
'rforatts
coffee; houses, Imtii) by Spanish and Creole] i itable i
ia four a"
''h'enk I pct.
or ( V ruh was made.whuti I that State the British North American colonies into the vine somewhat like the boll
: | citizens of respectable tatllingthat ten.; Lo. a may exercise it II i a clear I case, ; oneconftderltion worm. ThU I
Ronsag! ia mad< his into tin I ; Theto are some of the immediate advantages L
Store, closing: the door after him escape fist woundIng f I pez wo'jld bx1 sHcc,jsful in his attempt to rev or deny to her tho right to do so. If he d\. : giving to each Colony or/ opinion strengthened if not confirmed by
: I' which the fact that the
three persons, one scvenly. The ruins of olutionise the ishind. flies: it, l the! remedy is woi-je than uselcss.- we may expect to derive from this i!I Province a separate Legislature, a number of, potatoes do not commence

the St Charles furnished the materials with j The death of (;:11. Enna had muc'i disheartened lIe looks to the gathering, arming and equipping :| enterprise, and wo think them amply sufficient :|: delegates apportioned to the population, and ; present to a rot black until, withered the i vines have died an'l

which the d')ors battered :; the Spai.uh troops. The olacers to insure its coaj[ letion. But independent having all General appeirance. h
were speedily io, cv. j of the without ofI over a Go\"crnment-in' some fields the is
masses, even the ofil-ial 1 I. rot so extensive that tha
CJy.ind w broken, the sLop gultec!, aud a !ii feared the unerring aim of the American riilo- sanction of either a Convention, a ; this, there is a great political 1 advantage to bo j ot'icr word*, a confedercy and Governmenty air is filled with the stench for a con-iJera'uk
men. Leghla-[
costly stock of cijare scattered in the street secured! which should not he overlooked. 11 dutance around.
; fashioned after j Yours &e.
I tare or an Executive.: all our own; bat not separated I ,
Jlomagosa: made his hy a back door liNn'from Cvlan Pajcrf.Vc Supposing these
escape
e ran up street under a shower of missile*, his, I make the following extracts from the to be against t the action of the minority uf the: building up factories at home, we not only: from the mother co mtrr. This plan appears I' C. E. D.

fut' *trean ng with blood and himself! hotly j Spanish account in our tiles of Havana j'a- !| citizens of a: State, vet the revolutionist mijtj enrich our country, but wo add to it* numer- j to me to be very sensible, and one to which] Frwt tftf Jnfktonfille: RrjHtbUfan, .-

pmzl.-d. lie succeeded in sheltering himtelf !1 peTs received l I.y the schr. Merchant ,j i ij i I claim the right to proceed, and even makeI i ic..l and political strength, and acquire a n ': the British! Government ought to give its con i KEY-WEST, .\ago, 24!, 1551.DRAR .

I ia i: the city prison. I The official (Jazotto of the 20th ultimo, a-1 I I the independence i : which will put us in position t to sent. The colonies proposed to be incorpo- SIR:-Yesterday! the schooner Merchant .
The crowd p.oceeded to the office of the nounce% the execution of Don war ngaiiist majority if these oppose the i :, mail
Joaquin
Ague-1
bringing from Havana
j I 1 I /contend successfully for our rights against'any : rated,into this Union with our lj
Legislative their
Spanish Consul, who was not at homo to see :!! ro, Don Jose Thomas Bctancourt, Don 1'er- former. In such a ca-(, who will clothe and : her captaia brought news of a battle having
which
cwnjany. They gutted his ofllco and i tore i;; nando Saya and Don Miguel Bctiaid, alii i'.prouien the army and defray I the expenses opposition we may have to ci respective populations are the following : i been fought between Gen.; Lopez and the

dow..l Li i. i n.1'bffice ofPuorto Pineie.; These Patriots belonged I i': of the war J We think that under such cirI : counter. Let us then make the experiment, The two Canada;, population 1,500,000e L ."?pa::i-h General; second in command to the

die torrent of people poured down to the first I families of the central department cumstanccf, the
Poydras, to attack the U. ."?. H ch:1ne. .\ and were amon the first to raise theI,I f atmy alaughable I work will go bravely on. I Nova Scotia, 27>,903 in the interior. Lopez sect to his enemy to
!
$ happy rematk from the bar keeper and :1' standard of Independence.Brigadier : ohijeef.Iut | __ d know if he would fight according to the rules
"
J speech from District Attorney Reynolds, diverted Martin Reside?, h a communication -I' suppose he admits the right ofasingle Hr. Owen, Consul at Havana. .New roumlland, 9I/JU4 of civilized warfare, and received f tor answer.

them from their porpose, and after tak I dated l Ji of August, informs the I State to exercise the right ot evolution, it is !j The inhuman! iuditE'rence of our Consul at Prince Edward's Island, C2GSS! : '-' Ab quarter !**-when the battle commenced.

in; : drink all round," free, they concentxaied -" Captain General: that Gen. Enna received a ;, a worthless abstraction, unless a sufficient '! Havana the fate Critcnden and his comrades lie Pi ibr:eros fired, during: the battle,

upon the Jenny Lind Coffee House I mortal l wound iu tlieei-gigernentof; 17th ) :JOn three times the ; "
number of States is about Making total population of 2,152S17 tvir j 0: to Spaniard t once,
can be brought to act in to bring him its reward.
corner of St: Charles and Perdido. j in of which upon .
It \vas consequence the command \'oh'.1 this the Tories : and conquered them, dm ir.s them off the
pitted in a few minutes,and the streets trcwn j; ,ed upon him, (Martin Resales.) I concert, and to make it a practical tight. A J \'I.e doubt not the President will speedily remive project, propose to go : fieldit'i' the loss of their generals and five '

with the %vrcck. I I ".. 1 'fop!\,." ,I. H..t" ."1',*.f t1,0 1' (*,"*.*.. ;( single State would! look simj ly ridiculous in him. Iitt the President can hardly i before the country, and appear confident cf; !hcarryIng j hundred men and! all their baZtZl": munition i
j I :
About this time (> l'. I.m) immense !j General's' ; Maff; ;: left Havana:;; on the ISHh, with; : i iI an ajgressive war against the, Government |I screen, himself: from bhrne! by this act of re r their point Without this Ur.ion j .t&! C. Lopez sent them the body of their (Jeneral -

crowd had gathered in Lafayette qare. It t J'ninforckment, for Brigadier Martin RosaL, I Now, it is will known that none of these : T pentmce.'Jr.. Owen, in al! probability, they declare openly, and in the face of Par and those of live other odkers, with the

was addressed by Judge Walker and CoT. II (why all this, if the Pirates are dispersed J- these unfortunate liament, annexation: to inexitable." It I is T, I II message that he had not come to destroy but
Held of the Louisiana: Regiment Co! Chris.I I Btsides Carambola is mentioned as the field object ons can be properly rniicJ against the viewing : Americans through i conceded that ,1 to contend for libert. He was at the tend!

tis was called for, but did uot speak. Judge I! of battle: It is the name of a valley in the ,j right of secession. The exercise ofit is peaceable i the optics of the Cabinet at Washington, I something must be done t,) rej j I o f two thousand! men, was being re-iaforced

e. ,,,:,. Walker very sensibly advised i the crowd to : South Eartern extremity of the Cusco Range1 i I on the part of the secedcr. He is a lovcr : I could regard them: only as pirates, robbers, I i i store gondf.elin; between parties-the union !: I every day and approaching Havana. TIe

; bottle their wrath for cse ia Cuba; tEe irticJe I of Mountains. From this: fact, we infer that end promoter of j eace. Ho leaves those :and: murderers. Tho proclamation: of the i of the Canadas not having worked as well as '1I
woulJ very well hear exportation. Strong I (;en. Lopez must be at the head of a force I who wisli to continue: in the Union to the President in April denounced the crime with was expected. The fact is, the union was a deceased j general lying magaiScently in itata

resolutions, denunciatory of the SpanUh authorities capable of dirfunp the Government ; for I i which these : mistake, and its diJiculties! might have been *'n ikivana. The authorities would not let -.
: adventure '
of their men were charged as an
'I
; were pacr..d in a hurrah. Conch, whilst he i i- approaching Havana, ho is leaving quiet enjoyment choicer and he only : | foreseen but it is him land any thing except the mail, not eve .

Captain General of Cuba, was then hung in I the Mountain s, Carambola is fortyeightmiles j asks to be let alono with the same good will I of robbery and plunder," and our Conul !1 now too late to march down. I e nptb.'l ;t. Sl'lIt t over by our shop keej f>ers

effigy, and burnt amid the shouts of the I to the South West of JIt\'aul.-EJ. on the other part. Yet he stand!? 'ready to t J s must !have entertained a like holy horror the bill. The French: will not relinquish! the'f j: or fruit Xor bsiug any tuing except I the :

crowd. .YCU'8.) defend: his home against the armed 'aggressor. ': 'of their acts, lint by his real to imitate the j jscruples ) Unioi: and with it the spoils, for these ar email, away, not even a newspaper. TIe

A cry was raised for White I Hall,"a coffee Work-of-the-Cuban-Tyiants.-- I He respects tho ,\ ill of his Slate, vthatcver of his snpeiiors, he has exhibited !; just as much sought after here as in any oth- ': kept. a ;nard on board Iii vessel the whole l

house opposite! the St Louis HuU-1, and ;i'-er' comtrTh elections !ime he was there, and they tore up tie ce/7-
We below I 1 himself the civilized to take place this
from the to woiId
About thousand give an extract Savannah mar. be her ctlicbl tcli.Jn-hc will not act a monster in hu-1 l I.
a persons: poured down that I!:)0' in his vessel to see if he had area concealed -
direction. On tht'ir:1 : Georgian of th( 27th i inst., giving! the I without her sanction 1: an shape, hardly worthy of their 1! full, however, will indicate the future destiny; ,
a number of p:1I1. nor against it. .And1] execrations. : for the Filibustcros ; so of toa" all

I ish! LOS in lxebmseUt were broken in- I names of of the Cuba murdered with the patriots horrible taken by the the wise, Immiao: and law-abiding, will al- I of Canada. Should! the Tories succeed in the news we could get from there is wbatbe
tyrants
lo aad gutted. At this cwment we cannot I choose t'.i: I IW:13 In regard: to his conduct, Washington "carrying a majority into Parliament, the most can: tell; l h j no doubt tells it to us as he te-
stances: their death : pt'acpaJr'me..h" to of
: attending :- circum'j' one j
say poeithelr, but suppose, White Hall, t. I I tremendous efforts will be made to consami, i| coltects: it, and I Its it go for what it is worti.ri r
t :CW'YOlIug.. 22, a belligerous character, when the time coaxes I Republic utters the following language: :
large establishment
; was clcal.gutttoJ., I mate their scheni3 of consolidation and i There are some here who assert, from their :
Throughout the day and uight the Spaaish TIC Spanish steamer Habanero, while to make a choice !between the two. I Common humanity-mere pity for the knowledge! of Spanish character at Hava%
ou" ISahai; Honda -10 -- __r__ _u_ I j i that fails, a division of the Provinces will then:
population was iu the utmost trepitIl on.f1eir .- I. cruizing. miles west ol I --------- i umonnnnc nuiiiiiisc ot..n c3 iziu 1Jrou f1t that thU news hating come from them, .w .
Havana, a oiou- Sailing of the r mpii'O. them into the miserable !l be attempted, but should they be failed in
fehcps were genera'-ly closed. TLe excited I' capmr parry rttriu110; i situation of theso! piisoners i may put it down at two-thirds worse ca-*

mass of**SUU rzs" twin lu have entire were supposed to l 1e steering for N. Od) ?.Jn The stcsnvr i P.ti.eri: which arrived here ( -should: haw induced him at least to I 1 both these, the cry will be long and loud for 1 they have permitted to go abroad.

control ef tlio w hole city. No watchmen or I They wt-ie brong'.it to 11:1\ana by the lIab.I a day or two since, dopnrted: on Tuesday last i make the experiment upon the humanity of I "annexation." This is their own version. !'I It is also stated that the fifty volunteers

military were \isible, and the authorities i were I anero on Saturday; at 1 A. M., placed on !|i tij route for Cuba, \ ill: a body nf one lam i 1' I the t Captain General. Hat as a consul of tho: I The truth i js who left Havana to joia Lopez, and were ti-

powerless: or would not aot The city was I board a Spanish fi i i ate lying i ii: port, and |tlrc'l men fioiu lat lorda, as part of the 1 United State*, with ollici.il thoupa! : not dij,b>. j I loyalty in Canada is a drug- ; j ken on the coast, by troops landed from the!

to of frenzied I were executed at 15 minutes 11 1 in the l lib '.r.tin.r of Cuba. I H. T. Titus has untie there i is no particular demand for it. The'
hi
given up a mass men, every moment past ; army : i powerit bee line duty to intercede j : steamer Habanero, ftt-r ki ling three tiN

growing more excited: and we know not morning. They were shot on tho public .: mmmand'; of the; body as Colonel ; Theodore |promptly and xigorously for permission to (Government at home has thrown the re5jOflSibihitV -,i l their number, were brutally maimed bewre i

< what record we may have to add to this.Tfco .- road to Havana, at the least calculation! in i i OTI ra, of I ClltIICkYI5' Lieut Colonel; visit these! prisoner?, to lenrn from their own j!! ; of taking care o: themselves prct- 'they suffered the final penalty! of their rasi-

fctreet at a late hour I presence of !OJOO Fl'ect:1torfll'r they John Hopkins, of 110ritl.djutimt' 1 lips to insist fair trial for their I I
\\vre thronged with I ; Captains upon a alleged i icrime. I ty much the people. The Church es1'tablishment 'ness.

men, shouting, hum.'ing to and from, and I were shot, they were dragged by tho feet by Province, uf Ocala, WilHamson, of Savannah: < .*, and to act as their counsel!, protector j upon i The Spanish war steamer Pirarro; i3 reported I

projecting we know not what Among them negroes and then left to the) mob, who commenced (both of w horn served withbullantry throughout :and friend in the sad extremities to which is essentially modifit d,the people : ashore the Colorado reef, with'

there weic not, to far as we and ollicera of I flipping: them of their clothe and the Mexican war) and Coh ill, of this 1 1place the'y were reduced. There would have been now being required to pay their own pastors, little hopes of extricating upon her.

the highest rank! among the li2ibuucis! could I earning them on sticks (through the streets, iL i; are in command of companies. We-1:.: nothing, certainly: in such conduct inconsistent while the troops are to be withdrawn or be On the 21st inst the Bark Mary Ellen of :

k I we, any of these
prints, Recorder Gcnoi-*, Col. Christie and !'I pit, wreaking their vengeance on at cettain other points on the coast sul. True it is that the President, in his Under such circumstances Cuba towards New York, with 1t'OO WIeJ

I. Attorney Reynolds, weie the only jtersonsvho I they knew not w hat Many passengers of the -Jaclfunrillc UrlJlib! ", 4th ins. ]I Ii proclamation of .\po ii, denounced the crime I; it does seem to me sugar, and a deck load of molasses, ifl 1 =

.I \ sought to arrest the progress of scenes, I Clil'roli.el'ho were on tli3 spot and witnessed A Scene. I i I with! which these men were charged as an adventure as though! the Tory threat of" inevitable an Gulf stream near this coast, encountered

which for the credit dour c ty notwithstanding the executions, were sneered nnd of robbery and ilunder! ; but it was nexation" has very plausible grounds to stand ![gale which has been blowing severely ne ,
The editor
the strong and bitter provocation to them pointed at, and threatened with the same fate.( of the Minnesota! : Pioneer, writing -:1 not the of American It i is 'I'' .
.- An American l of a visit to the Sioux J Indian settlement : part any functionary to upon. not presumable that Brother for several days, sprung a leak which! on f
but cannot in tho I I
\ve cannot deeply regret. without bei most appear streets where the commissioners of the United States i: assume that they were guilty because they 'I.' Jonathan, who, as Senator Douglass said in came the pumps ; her captain headed her for
It appears that much of the indignation felt g shamefully insulted, and i i were accused, or at all events to omit to see this but she became waterlOgand
have port soon
towards the hli Consul it dangerous: for any of them to walk out ju>t made a treaty, Kites tho following : his Chicago speech, has an eye to aJ ocean
H Spai! arose from the !. at incident I jand i adi i ise with! them, and to bear their last i would not keep off; he cut away her

fact that ho had hesitated to deliver up letters night. I On : the IVanklin j lying messages to their countrvtr.en and bound Republic," would much resent the advances mizzen mast, to make her do it; this did not.
I .Monday
from the unfortunate men executed, to tluirfriends. The following is a list' of the names of the! I ful from St Paul made a beauti.1 j. ft'iends." of the Canada sisters. ULltllOUSrtrn'ls. [''do ; ho then cut away her mJinm:1Ie h [-:
executed : Cot WS. Ciittendcn! rua to the Traverse, reaching :
"
t. His hesitations, however, seems to persons[ Capt' i that destination \r( see it authoritatively stated, that enabled her to keep better before it, but h,
1; S. Sewer, Victor Kerr long before sunset We
Capt
have emanated: front punctilious! > Capt F. B. i w ,
part, as to whether ho ought not scruples to have onMs Very, Lt. Jas. Brant/, Lt J. O. Brice, Lt. had about despaired ofsersng a steamboat, I when the American Consul was applied to, The total value of the exports from Canada i'. had found I he xva-s I further from the coast" than"*

,t forwarded them to the State Department: at Tho C. James Dr. J uo. 1 isher, Dr. R. A. when her scream was heard, and her smokewas to intercede for our poor countrymen, sen. for the year lv>0-(an item of interest at he took expected his and that she must of the H&ito storm)) I
ia the midst
\ij-ilj5o i crew (
St Washington, as is the course usually adopted Topiynet, :erht. Wlatesiu'es, Seryt. .\. )\. Traverse far down the tivcr, the! _wholuj! ;j tcnced for execution, he refused on the ground this time as showing the inducements Canada !'!i into his boats, and the Bark in sight \ ot p
for yet I
\\lih the! t tIi.'ct&c., of persons dyiugalirnad.! j! Co ch''tttlj.. R. C. Stamford ; Private, W. I Indians, leaped joy. Whites, !i11)f-bree4s, : ,that the government at Washington had denounced offers why the! t'. S. should throw open i,: down bow first. He and his crew were 6>r- r
But I H. Howe, >1Uiliilli1!! : Eduatd: Rollwan squaws papooses came streaming:: i '
ho
l had! *
on a strong leprcientatiun : them down the them as outlaws, and had : their to the trade free of ty-eight hours in the boats when they bnu* f
from placed
deposited in the 1'ott Oiiice whence several Gco. A. Arnold, B. .1. Werjry, Wm. Wise- landing the amphitheatre of/ ports duty)-was 01 ,
I east
praitie: i ridges, which them under tho ban of the civilized .2,060,90 !: on one of the Keys about thirty nits
Selino were with world. about
of them! have1 already reached their addresses. mai.i Tine.*, Hern.indez: Patrick Cil- bristling or S10G79,992 our currency j: this and arrived tere.

I Such as we have heard! of arc represented to lon, Thus. Iflh.8:11111.. Reed, II. '1'. Tine, dreds of |ieaked' lodge, nnd formed, a Ilun'l estimating four dollars to the pound. ]I IOf lIt is; said yesterday that afternoon Wade he never :

bo indited in n firm hand, and indicative of =1. 1 Philips: Jas. M. MamiUo, (;. :M. Green, upon the bank of the rh er for a groat ; I I I KILLED nv I.IOIlT:I: .-Tho Rev. Mr. this amount the United States received 1 Ccpt It became says ss> :
the! saw so gale.
severe a
seyf'
cuiious
most fantastic
but fear J. Salmon, \:1pdC'on Hollins, X. H. Fisher and motley multi. j Bis ey was struck with lightning in the MethI .
anything predonJnati1 in the minds I .cl ) for
17 .
37,7S9 ll $ here that all to look out
tude of mixed races and ; -i,95I,159) GO- we began anotwj
p Wm. Chilling, (i. A. Cook S. O. queer costumes that ,
of writers under the Jones M. odist Church New
jho awful at London
even circumstanCes and t
Chester
I |
coun ; hurricane hut has off
I it passed
stretched while Great Britain
l S. Hall, James Buxe-t, Robt CtlIJdl'm. ever along the shores of tr'amI received only 1,200-! :'
under which any dl3.1tcr !
they were placed. A on Sunday last. lIe had the Bark Mary Ellen is tho onLY
ty,
since Charon has had just concludedhis I Mary
Smith Across B. l B* Ronke a ferry across the 13 4J.
communication received in this IJn's. Jno. Christol, Styx: Ism, *, 81,803,399 03-lea by' ocetf-

';; terdny't mail, mentions the fact city that the gallant W. H. Little, Robt: Cautley, Jno. Lanka, hundreds of them, wild savages, dressed'inskins sermon, and was in the act of teaching: I 147,700 55 than the exports to the United i '! in it.we have yet heard of as having

J Stanton Thos. unmet Alex. who not only oexer before saw a steambont for his hymn-book, when he .I. "
Ciittenden when ordered M. .MelHer i was struck down I toe .0.
to hit States. This
turn hack trade
export I assured i P. \notllcr-Ietter received by
i
but towhom a half dollar is ant i31[
t t< his executioners! and kneil, indignantly replied Jno Slubbs, inc Elli: 'I'I in. Hogan nude!, nn object[' and died instantly. None of the congregation the increase ; K." states that the Pampero touched at lit j'iWest
of curious largely on
examination, and whose I the ratio,
('has- A Robinson. Tho U. every year, j
that ho was an American citizen and .\ Hmaiia. Sloop of war of warfare and chase is still the cross-bow'weapon I' were seriously injured. Mr. Bissey was to the States keeping pace with the increase j I returning from Cuba, and wbeo ctI
Knelt only to his God and never fumed his lb:1uJISxt: I I her clearance one stgn.ed
and arrow. A blast uf tho steam whistle universally esteemed by the Church, in which The amount I mantled presented
face from his foos-a response as heroic a! The loss bv the recent fire in Hsuo amounted sent them trembling back from (the he has for been impoits was from the United' I j bv Lopez as Governor and comros derW.
shore
many years faithful labor
4 any handed down (ii o us from ancient times. to :OOOOOO. if from aa aiiibtiscadc of Camanchcs." as. a Stiles for the sims period, $0,591,570! ( '17, being : chief of Cnb.u The Collecter inJic3t1J1l
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? A'' Philadelphia Pcnnsyhanian, 21/A/ u.7/ an excess of imports our tho exports ofl rI preparations to seize, the Pampero I fr IJ.
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ITBSIWKW-- The late Storm. o:::!' 'lime Rev. Dr.
Kly relates an interesting SAMUEL HOST & CO BAKEECUE.
.T re.HiUco.naiun.cn3Tf. The Storm in Guincy.Qn.Ncv We make the ,
:_I U'o following extracts from our anecJtte of Washington. It occurred GENERAL COMMISSION r A Barbecue sri!! te ghcn the
1Ji&ir; Slttli ull.. over the I FLA. Aug. :'JO, 1S51..1ir. exchanges in MERCHANTS ; by 3eEcni
itKl of the relation to the late curing theJeneral'sviolin'69 at W.
storm: Spting- As ofiaticn of Centre
Rights the
Editor; In older to relieve the IN THE unriso AXD *ELUXO! or near Mount :
1 am glad : anxiety field Mass.
1ifl )Uonl'lanter.--! Enisro i5L1', 25th Aunust. Washington was standing on Every Description of Agricultural Implement'ASD Zion CLurcIi, on tEe Third S-ilurtliy in Stjibw
"" of" of Cotton I'lanU: **' 1 o f distant fiieiids, I have concluded to ivcyou Never finco I the bank of the Connecticut, waiting for a JTACniA'ERr.ALSO. bfr, to which the
? tV fljCCt!J a was .1 planter have I witnp boat. : public generally are invited. A ,-

"" !* ailing attention ia the I a brief'account of the disastrous ttorm scd so great a devastation as was effected ferry" \\.hilst: Dr. Ely says : Georgia and Trench Burr Mill Stone ; En number of gentlemen! from this and the aJjnnn t

f TCnl'F i% hat many: inUUigoniwliiiinst| ;Cl1 occurred intUs5ciuity on tim 2 by the gale yesterday. Up to Saturday I was gazing upon him: ono of *. Coiaw-n., Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Countie. may be expected to address the Meeting.
and the postilions drove and and Also, kind of Produce North and SouIt and
dismounting :
the every ,
night up
On the afternoon of Thu cotton( in this 23 161.Ratcc .
?oUcmnCrW: r-11111 for I1II c iwlooliou :silay. the 21 st were e extraordinarily crops! neighborhood uncovering his head, said in the most deferential ASH praJ for Wool, links, Deer Skhw, and Slapping August ,

Cotton Planter buys we experienced quite a severe gut of wind great ; now they are manner, and with of Fur*. of
A worse than I have ever known them an expression inSA MUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. Storage at St. Marks.

fltiI' Cl; by t1 160011111111160111" which however lasted only about ten or (if- tug perhaps in (lie caterpillar vcai-s. It except is jured dignity :-" Your excellency as we were (1 OVflN.pcrbale, . .. .. .. ......121t3MEItCIIANDIZE.
re-

f mate.* shower without at l least half. too kmn nj.iu.with a loaded cart, who occupied Mescrs. ANDERSON & Co, Savannah, Ca. I and other Grain per ln.li.4cSALT
;
one
doing My loss
Mf0l'g own will
i was practicable, and ; any injury. This was amount he tntiro road. I asked him to stop his 4. FRA.NKLW & BRASTIET' per sack0...i2ja ,
*lfenf Ululate made the salesman I repeated on the next day about tho same to t more: than one hundred bale?. Hurting- earn that '4 WrKfrrR i PALMES, BEARD & DUNHAM.
we might by. He declined.ttti .
.tnlt'I l : tLte. hour *-torhen and caterpillars, I would not have ta pass 4' STVUT, DcNstow A Co.WM. S t. Marks. AngUJ-t 23, 1851. 38 Sni
VTcn of Ihe : j and passed off ii: like manner.j I tt toM him that PresidentVashington .
for P. MILLER A Co NeW .
two hundred York.Noras.
and
of *coUI'1 t01, iUoii O f th 1 thousands of mcr-j On Saturday, the 23J it commenced raining bales: now my 1 crop fear 1 shall not reach one twenty ,vas in the chariot. He again refused, and RUCGLE4 MA OV & Co, Button. Tallahassee Cotton Warehouse.

? rks 1aoret1. mechanics and peo- : moderaU, rome little time before tire d. hun-1 >aid he would not stop, that ho had as good F. 15. IXXJ.MIS, C.-q.: Ntw London, Ct.IL THE undersigned w now rreparcd to receive en
cb3 ILc$ t jwr class, iose living Mrttv r day I a lijht to the road as (>eorg Washington S. McCoJias E i, Wilmington, Del 1: the Cotton f tI.c J'lanfta Lnvard

pt O free UJ oIe4t tr4do in the light, and gradually increased until about 0 hadt.i ." The simple reply of Washington: ] t>* September 6, 1851. S5 tf ing to tlus market. Tinbfi!">lizjg w fre-j.rr and

upilD a ov' locI A. M., when the! wind KUISTO is immetliately opp wite the Uni >u Utmk, near tl. j Market -*
I
began to i lite, August 2Cth 1631. was, And so he had. The postilion! Committed to Jail, HOUSP. TL ;ro \is now aho. in connection with

jr'' it low to imagine whrii and by) 11 o'clock, tho indications: were pretty We had at this place on Saturday night, liter a moment's look of wonder and :tstonihi. TN Mcnticello, Jc-fTtrson County. Horul.t, on time 29th the above, in ctMr.e of erection, iron-pro"f Shrtb for -

1 : tfl From the nnnunl manifest that tim tt&iinas us. The ad: I t11! of Sunday last, tho most destructive mr nt at the con cscentirn oftl.c President of I Awgust, as a runaway, a negro voman about 22 the storage of Cotton all under the immediate control -

iu1i them. j uind i ilii blow upon storm I have ever witnessed ; the cotton he United State, quietly put on his hat and years t>f a:;f, ulio says tar name !BETSY, and belongs of the subscriber who will receipt for such Cotton -
ComL3iec': a report ,; began to from S. E. and continued aimi to Charles Powell, of Jcfftr-oii SiiJ as may 1-e sent to him, tnd n 'Ji Airnfre.ep-i-
ep. '
,bic the crops are conijlculy; i idled, mined by) one- ; mounted his horse. I watched time CAiuntj : xiWf iti* tAe
at that : with lilllo woman w about 5 feet 4 inches visible! mark. fur deUvfrif of Cotton in ii* sa.Vi order
EdU j polt : vaiiation high no
f our labor ; until about half least jorit'go until it !,
r&t.tlvg "Mt at beyond all lecovery. I write was ont siaht, but my) jilllEe r owner i is in irhich ii in rfcrire
requested to take her and! all
rt ftW) 1Ir intke :vidujtlv] very Urge: 7 o'tl.jck, ]P. 31.: when it bi'g.n gradually t to imdcMandingly, because I have *e'Mi with 1mr1.stn and niPino'-y Wruhinirton: are as chia rgei. WILLIAM away WEST, Jdilcr.pay The (ub-criler un prcpanil. an PuUie Cotton

they ;! must kgion. I 1 howl l round lo the .Southern!, and final!v stood toy own eyes : it is impossible for one half avid and distinct this moment as if I had seen September 6, 1331. 33 2t M'e'ujJtfr, to wei hfii\\ correctness and |dfe* patih all *!

thL'I2 of a to bo made. 1 have he great man only terdiy." Cottondeliere t within the corporate /i of Ttillahaxtf. -
for crop wkuessed :
jhIflIt some hours duo never ye
pvct, to ugge t t1ut, jf -' at west. The storm raged such ruin. Tlic moil extraordinary discovery in the ll'vrtd is and may at all ti.ne r-e C.nnd at LU OldCotton
:: jwitb violence A Psiiox.-t the great Reacdjfor Man Yard, ready and willing! to aronnnodite alL
s. ,x..'n m-1 greatest between the hours of is said that; the Chuvashndies and Beast !
ssiilynunicrouiuvj: i > CHARLES A. NASH.Tallahasjee. .
'"nlt|.unlt.t-l'. I'H'T;! tin ir rlaces. might be retained ; 7 ai'1''e nJ "J, and did not teubibly abate until a- a'Uu5>sin: tribe, wear battles of sheet II. G. Farrcll's Celebrated Arabiju Liniment.ill' August 23, S31. 33 CmA
JOHN'S ISLAMI, Aug. 25."Ve ( and have metal
i-opper; attached
bout ornament.
j 4 o'clock the ,
on
of the
IUK the cleiks Inlio. morning 2 llh.- -
;! I zigMt the have had a severe gale.. Cottonvery which make: a great chtter in walking.IL r1 miraculous cures performed by the Arabian Piano for Sale. ;

\ P of tiAssociauon : aud if they During cntira continuance of the wind, i much whipped and compiftily j rotra- _I_ phvs.cians in Ihedajs of old, -retben lookeJu :FIRST-RATE'ceond-hand PIANO, Lr sale Io*.

Ti ** '* .- .; > nunieroas* they tnay per- which raged al.ont the space of nineteen: I ted Tbe whole injury cannot be known in I will l 1e ***& l Iy, rcferriuj tiur .vlvcrti-iiig cc>l-- ;>on a-ilhe result of miic, but since we have l>ecoijxe Apply at this Office.

.v ni.niv. woik at wnwtUij elw for a 'liv-1 hours, the rain fill in lorrc-uts such as I never less probably than a weok. The fitlds present nm ii tat] IL O. Tamil's ju.ly! celeLraicd! AraLLinlias tVr their intimate sJrri.ing| with the power history over we disease.can thus Their account attainment Augu-t I&, 185!. 32 tfA
111gt Cotton Planter I do not f j before j>cf ranee nruon; u.. AVe in the knowledge of medicine vu-re the Card.rpHE .
I | 'cmifr. [Vkarltto.i! Mercury, 23/7i nil. jjiil l the intro ludion of this oxtracrJir! >:irj r.mnalkine. \vc ndt-r ( f the age, while at the same lime the science
fjKTiJ oMisratian resting oa tile, t'i I appeared and disclosed the ravages of (the aIn on etr friends as a great Wcwing; it i-j snid to he of Chemistry, which with t them had if3 origin, A ererci e'* of M'nSMITH'S SCHOOL will b*
resumed
!n on Wednesday. Oth
i. eto iin it was to the ic.lol ihe; world "a 3"aled September.
was truly hi'art-ssick'.iinjj book. And
of than i is : to behold tie rn ist wonderful
ne-
n on uncovered
number
ever be- 16
preparation Augu-t 1SS1. 32
iiri 4t
-r i ;in
s : ; THE Botany they the
1 STOHM.-On Saturday, and Saturday were most zealous of student*. In
et buMtiesP, utiK'ss in- how tin1 beauty of our bnely village had been big cowpo-ed of balsams: and nraa peculiar to Ara- the* beautiful groves which skirt the deserts of Ara- -
,,,n to ti.i.i-: my nijrht last, we weieUite very '
-I, \ ol.joi-ta( of cliatiiy. 'I'bo ann marred by ilk, dcva.-tating tramp of the unchained fetoim of wind and rain. Thousand* of (tit-cs i bb. and performing cures wberevt-r it goes, Hat a jreibtained a'uound rare those i>UnU aroriiatilic : ttd.i11 (fv Ti the most rciuntifie f the medical gums and fnigianf bal1 hereby g.iven. that Bm>k* of .
mat: t niiLiitH'O used agaiiift the inventin winds. It really! seemed as if the \veie blown down mid in many j laces the advice families faculty.We 1 3tn- of whicii this igcornparable liniment IB coin.1..-' ti .n fur the (Capital; Stock of the Len and Sulwcrip.Gads-

V ; macliJicrjr. Vy|, not stick |, sttimi-demou had he'd his midnight orgies in \vooiU were comjilctt ly blucked: np. Late to p t a bottle immediately and 1 L j j I'Ojc-dandby whcsestiaiulafins, unctauu-j. pent tiatiten Plank Road Company will I e orn i- 'I I on Saturday -
r-saxlii i it
:!? in.iv we mtuh anJ AinxUne il
properties
puGiring.OBITUARY. ing H, when
1 our fuidfcl. The reck coin is very much injured. We have conveitd applied, inlanlane the 30th intant at the office of F. IL fiai. in
of houses
and fences and 4t uIv ditfu d
---- '( the
I. liM.il cards, spuitiiig-whcel: -------- ---- through whole ncrvou
:, ;d : with many planters, and have sc-en Tallalm'see, un>ir the RUJH rinteriilcncc of R. K. Call.
brpIirsI trees so blocked our streets that il v tem, allaying the most intt-nsepiin in the mcied1D.. P. Hotrue I). C. Wilson .
would up was FLigtj, and at the office ofP.
.hi.nf laiiy noDe persons cotton latitaliuns ti.ice the! and I
some storm short lime of
jn [ [ ; Pied in ibly' .0 or \1'> minutes. Its action i
i 1.1i Qi.inry, "ii, the 4th bstant, ROBERT E. W. White, in Qulncv,imdei the uperintendence of
the in that difficulty we could pass from one part' of all concur in opi.ijjn tli.t r.t leat Oie-Lii d prompt, powerful and effectual, without the least
to iiwuu&ftuiv: croj way j ;: OIDSOX, Eu, aged about SO C. IL DuPont, A. IL Lankier, C. Baker, and L R. Harris.
t1i e town to another. time years. faDicJ n.cr. It penetrates the nV-h tothebone, relaxes 4 4id
!' sul than -*' I1'4'1' nu"'c ia Savannah Gtt, on the 20tJi Ansn, LUCY contracted coids, restores use fo limbs whir!) have
i f the inventor for restricting j *''IOU destruction of property, wo have great had heavy rains since the storm, which must FM r.f been palsied for years cau-in? the shriveled fl.-h togro.v H. II. DFPOXT,
dauglitt-r
C.J.
,); !'int' do! still further S. S. and Sarah 3L Siblcy, iu the B. BAKER.
injury to cotton. If these rich
blool
to bo evils o-it awl to ciri'ulaterhrniig'i 't vein3.
the introduction cause grateful that no lives were lost 7th t A oar of.Lcra I. IL
tVuuiwof WIMWI % j : e.I HARRIS,
have It restores the
been general: we have no doubt the Synovial Fluid or Joint Water and 1t

,lf ,Bai.biry., But to iiie |Jan of A CON j jtm nor was any bodily injury sustained by any liminiehcd iI1 will bo compensated by the I ie t, in .frfl.. i-nn County,fla,on Saturday,An ust this is the reason why it ha} ? b'jen so univer jlly sue* August 1S51. S2 Commi-wionen

( OlHM oar citizens lie I I who rode the whirluiud r.01h.: GUSTAVUS w'n ce Asuw-iv increased A of
t llantiT. I3o pr jioRes to fonn ; upon juice consequent on a short ciop. Rcr. Samuel C. mini I aflectioi.sof the S1.ineLiver, Lunsjsand Kidney,

iu County. tu liaalcrs jJedging |{ also directed its pathway, and while the [Albany Patriot, 2'J/i vlt.STOIIJI. iiarsartt S. Craft, in the fourth year i-f lii'i ajje.Xo thin sreat .Arabian remedy stands unparailelled ; for FOUR weeks! after the first publication of this no

; try i ragi'ig winds proclaimed Us more frhall the hearts of !ii parents be enlivened Airue: Cake or Enl.irgt-ment! of the Spleen, it is i a specific I will apply tothe Hon. Judge of Probate of
omnipotence, ; and for Uhfimatism it has performed Jeffcrwn County f.r an order or decree to sell the following '
the of
.. Asocia- j they spoke not less audibly of a protecting TREiNflOIS .-A very severe M(onn by cLeciful lausjli anI l tJi-! vu .t voice of thcir the most extraordinary cures on record ; also seine for Real Estate, belonging to the estate of T. J.

1st. To rojiort 1i tWir County .i j Pr ovjdence. Of wind and rain commenced in this \icinityon I. 1 lot l iy-no more skill tb irycs dwell njn him ui! C ramps. Swelling, Pain*. Wounds; Chilblains. .Heir, deceased, to wit : Lot No. thirty one, (51) ?av-

lion the qu.vtti'y of Cotton wiikh; every j i b'atu 'day evening lii-t t, mini continued with! delimit a? they once di J, when they Tv.itrLel him at Burns, White Swelling, Tumors, &.c .tc. It is meqnlly ; and excepting twenty fact finti and thirty feet

t m-.Ser: ma y have housed oa tLttletdayofjIVtiaav. Tlwss visitations are doubtless intended I little internursion lor about Iii:i iwniccirt ainuscmonts. lie i* %>na, an-1 left a va.* efficacious in di5eat-s of AnimaU, such as deep, in the N. W. comer of said Lot. together with
vry twenty Fistula, Poll KvilSwfcti Smith( : the improvement and fLitJires tlu're to, situate
for Corn1daimt{ Di.'em.' lying;
good-thy arrest in in tliu h
: us thoughtlessness: e ium "arti of hi- -whiL-Ii
into market t hour?. Duiin? (that time the shade trees of parent con never per, Farcy, Sprains' Rrui.irs, Wouuils, Marine-,Spav- and being in the town of M' ntirel! < .
41 not :
iJ.Tiuit; tlioy \\ put ;| and bring us Beiiously to reflect upon our own our Lily' sufl r d b sc\er ly, and! scores were m ire be fiiv'!
portothr 1 1M i
of thfir r< j ccUvo crops. j f.re'iJianJ Us innocent this Lbiaent stands ut the Lead of all I August C, 1851. 1 4t
tricks!
branches and foliage and fences your hy ma-l P
f'meut of dependence many medicines.ticer .
-3J.j Audtlwt after the sitl first day 01 upon a Suixrior 1'ow-
levelled with time yotir heart* elwerful an'l "He is not dead
\ ground. Fortunately: no lanpy. Summer Clothing at reduced Pices.WIYG .
JJs1., tiipy will "n'y' dispose of sucli projwrvr| ; and not unfre |ucutly arc instrumental: in
j buildings(] were maternity injured. ut nlj-ppctir in the arms of dtit Lles--cd Savior who Complaint, Erysipelas Itfieumatiim Cured.RAYWICX to the advanced state of the
'
I will
tut! vf their reserved crops as ball be re- | thedevelopement, of some of the loveliest I trait5 The btlieve said, "li-t little children MARION Co. KT. 0 season.
storm, we was quite extcnsive come unto me, wi'l forbid : Slay 27. lStt sell the remaining jicrtion of Summer Clothing

umrnendd" by a Cccthd Coiaautteo hereafia I human character. This latter rcmaik was i ; and the corn and cotton crops must hem not, for t.f f such ii the Kingdom f.f Heaven.- Mr II. G. FARHELT.-Dear Sir : Your Liniment I at greatly reduced prices, for cnb.W. .

!ler mined. beautifully illusti-ated on the have been seriously damaged. The Ivlagnetic Ie ha? passed from thi-i dreary wcirM of MH and ?orv is elling very \ett, and u'ohig: a vast deal of coed aong T. MITCHELL.
j inorning sue the It has August 9, 1S51. 31
exr.titicd this with some care j has been obstructed, in direction. to that lari'l mn ; people. cured a bad case of ERISI- tf
1 have paa the Telegraph every r* \ lupj> where milk and honey flow and ain'lier! of
cc edhmg storm, by the intense anxiety P ELAS. ; a BAD PAIJT ix Tire BHEA'ST
1 Live also oxaut'l;: tie j.an! proposed l.y | which marjifesfed it=elf in the The Railroads have been somewhat -here flowers ever bloom, ansi where ae14 and A lady, \\hn was ccntined to her bed for .several I notice.

tie Comaaittee of Cotton Planters. 'I'I: i frequent enquie injured and obstructed. The locomotive and re ileenmeil f pirii-? sin eternal hullelnjaJjs to (;
m s after each other's welfare. It stcmed I tender of the night train of the .Macon and lie Lamb. lie ha< gone to take his place in tliattappy THE HEART, wasenlirtly cured by the use of your I Judge of Probate for -Letters of Admnmtra

ms'u: feature of A Cotton Planter's plan, i is that all the citizens of Western bad tin h' l Arabian Liniment. She said the doctors could do tion upon the estate of James L. Ross, late of Ham
our town, ha'd, by some L on Saturday, was own I and nho, clothed in robes va-hedxLite wit her no good. It has been
applied to frpsh
a cut,- nd ilton
tf' lioU ''if of the market: by individual con sudden magio, become one great faiiiily, and I from limo track by a tree, and the Engineer .lie bll of the I.inib,\vith golden harps v\tr tuned 1, cured in a short lime. I have been afflicted: with County, deceased. ELIZABETH ROSS.

n'nt. Tie ('ontjttec'B plan aUo proposes thai each member thereof desired to ascertain: and fireman injured. A more severe storm, are thiijinjj IO1i of glory and j'rai-c to their RedocmT. UHCCM vrisM for a tong: time, and just before a wet Hamilton Co, FL, August 9,1-51. SI 6w

l."l:; off and I t i' we believe, never occuned in this \ichiity.We spell it pairifdmesj much that I had no peace all
"n iius e
carton means
i.y '
t'tut.k. he and in the 1
at might participate in lih hi other's woes! day ; night comminced b-ithin:: and rubbing
leain also from the from the CITY
nmc'a' more rt-liable and certain. Tbe 'j U'ould it tiolieuvl papers Thei art gene, our little boy, with your Liiimentandb'fore I was ifoae rub. COTTON WEIC-HES.
j greatly to aSctistu the mfr. ceabnirdthat the stoim was severe along -AYherc the angels dwell ab'ive, ting, the pain ceased. JOlNBUCKMtN. m

|!sa o'.V 'niton Planter presupposes the a-[ j I .mings of humanity, were wo to cultivate! the coart, and much damage was .sustained. ( Hound the throne of G('d, in joy, HAVING been appointed one of the City Cotton

lutv. of HITT jiiaa; t i hold his cotton. 'TheIafl ? I i moie sedulously that jewel of the heart- t .-Jlacon Journal and Iisungtr There to fin of ilyin love. Stiff Complaint, Sweeney, Dintcmper, Corks anil i I notify the Planter* and Merchants
of Leon
Sore Eyes Cured. Gadsden, and the surmounting Counties, also
of the ( rn'nittce allows liiui to Fell I it Avg. 27.
| \ sympathy In the grave thy lx dy hit ", M. Mitchell, Postmaster at Fiat, Fulton ths Georgti Planter, that I will attend coa-tantly at
tiIen he jL-ises.! : lite plan of A Cotton The 1 is brief Till: Ihe! Iles-urrection morn, <' i: Co. 111.3S I. the Depot in Tallahassee to receive r ersonallv all
following a summary of the i Tun STOIOT. Our and "
city vicinity werevi.ited COTTON and l TOBACCO
Iiantr -pcujifioses the ability; of every man When the angel Gabriel flica Mr H.! G. FAHRELI. : Your .Armbin: Liniment is I intrusted to my care. My
j damage done to oar town, viz: The .Masonictl vestr-rdav by one of the severest highly prais'-d here. We cured one ot Sc.de?, brought from New York, will be adjt.sted and

I i'Sud oil" thind of his crop oil after the fri |j Lodge and Baptist Church, both crushed to storms of wind >and rain that has been exMMienced To convey that hotly home.Jn. t t the Still Complaint by about my four neighborshorses t>r fly e certified by the Inspector of Scales and Weights ota

crM.r,. The ;pirn of the Committee allows [ in this section for evend .-- applications; .and I cured one) of my own of the swee- th Custom House there. 3Iy station at the Depot
yeirs.h
the ground and entirely destroyed by the Aill- KMTOR :-flea>e annonnee! th luunc :f GEO.F. | ny.. Our Sheriff, Joseph D> ki-.*, cnn d his hrr-e ofi will p<* ?e.-s one great advmta.e over any other nearer
I'i'a to send i I; w'aea; convenient TTio "plan] j ii i ; trees. All of the blinds and feish of the F ( wind freshened to a pretty ttiff breeze! 1IAT1IAV/AY as a caiu'i.tate f-r the office of bad Cork with it ; he also tried it on a Celt thathad the Stores-saving ia the Dr.iyagc alone, cisrht

<,' A Cotton Planter would authoiize a tale' ; on Saturday night about ton o'clock, and con- Coroner, at the clveuon ia OctoK-r next h the Distemper very bad, and cured I'immediafe- cents on every bag of Cotton ; the Yi'rd. too. I>e5ni;
i j Kpiscopal Icf Church blow, out nud destrnvc d. tinned tr increase in vinlt nee duting the ilutely. He savsit is dei klrdly the grea.e horse *tn>ngly fenced and in good repair, the Cotton will
< net.ird t; uf i-vcry man's crop whenever I 3IAXY VOTEHS. raedic-inp he used. There have be more secure from injury, and can alo be forwar
: One wiudo\v of the new Court House blown I n until it blew almost a hunicane. Early _ ever been numbers
*' --- of Ies with it. I find ded< with less delay. I hope the Plua'ers and
curetl Sore it Merchants
"CcrtralCoianUte
<', to be cosnposed of') j in, and I yolerday morning the wind was at i its vcii: are authorized to announce EDWARDM. a very valuablemedicine
a portion of the lead on the hips oi i j both (or man and beast. will give me their patronage, as I am. determined
tome oter!: ('onuuiitee, and of delegates from the] roof ripped ofl" the iky-light of the new lu-ijrht, sc-'ompanied by an irregular rain; WEST, Ksq: a* a candidate for County Surveyor, f to deserve h bv strict attention to mv business*

rii of i the cotton( growing States, should[ whi'-h, at time-8, poured down in torrents.At .-- at the electi'n in October nest. Aug. 23, 1SG1.WE Dcicare of ComiU'frils. To guard a gainst impo- CHARLES L. DEM ILLY.
ife.-.byterian Church blown off and the ineas ? this tiruo tho storm wa extremelyiolent, 1iin. Head t/iefoltvicinz Carefully. Cotton and Tobacco Weigher.
co-uil'T:; it '
j-rojior, aud in such proportions rior of the! somewhat ': are antLorized to ar.nrmnce COUNCIL[ THE Public are paiticulaily cautioned against Tallahassee, August 9, 1S1. SI tlJ
building injured by the and only needed the( usu.l; accompaniment, a
*ti Heiitral Committee might recommeti ii. 1 B. Al LEX,JI.q, as a eandi-Iate for the office of Tax- j Dise Covntnftil which has .atey! made its appca
Tai' ; rain. Tba two story dwelling house occupr. i- thunder and lightning, to render the scene ance and! i caed!'! by the Impr.ster tvho makes it VII. rV:: Laborers take Notice.
jhuf: and! Ccllec'i.r Lr Lecni County, at the dt_eAi&or ,
t-e ComuiUtee would allow
even David sublimely: terrific. The tin sheeting from the I!. Fart i IPs Arabian Lircirr.ei.f. This i- a
by Wilson gartt rot
ma;) t-i jij.l pillars, and the new of Mr. of a LARGE NUM
j dwelling J. .M.l I. Farrell.
Theref..rtte
i name
[
""ctiaelion Li* iutere&tsvould ba prom l the :iir like i.htt-ti of ti r-uo paper,-the walls!! To the Voters of Jefferson County : call for it bv the nar.ie particular rc.-'"r to BER of able btxJied Laborers, white and black, W

ted by a sac.! I Wilson, iti progress of building, was literally Lii L ofncw buildings were thrown down in va .i. ::v'c' :J.vme P... Tucker, SlicrifT of Jefii.rsen cfa't-rs will FarretCs impose this Liniment SPURIOUS, f. rmpir.iphd whom gtxxl waws will be iven. Apply to

tarn to pieces. Some fifteen or twenty kite] ons pails of the city-lops of chimneys wete County, hating; ''fcliiMil nmtiirnf fur ((lint t >.(? '& f.r the I J i'lixttire upon you for the penuine but always a k JAMES L. TOMPKINS, Contractrr,
Without endorsing t3jo Committee's plan ]1 hid 1 Fah. from the Exchange Jr Ii. ERHKLI.'S ARABIAN LINIMENT At the Cornp, near Xewjiurt.
blown ofT and ,
ens and other out houses were prostrated, ar wu saw a next term, I respectfully announce im w-lfa candidate t andlake August ?, 1S51. 31 tIm .
ot/--
tt tVbta that can be oflVred I bo-jnd. thrown fifty yatds fiom the building no as tiie genuine a.'ipaya has the lettersIl.G.
am about thirty fr t1ianie. WILLIAM II.AXIREWS.
.
chimneys demolished. All ofud ) belore FarrellV, his signature is also on lie i
fu "* 'tove' reasons, to give it the prefer-j t'uc fences sufTorctl more or lees and whiled down the l Hay like a wagonwheil. \VE aie authortzetl to announce OSCAR -A. i uuUJe rapper, and thesevord..* bon in the "lis* Superior Claret, &c.
r tIte otti injury, am Trees were toni up by the root or | bottle': 11. (;. FAURELL'S ARABIAN Ll.NI- TUST received per Tmllahiaee from New Orleanaj
that offered by A Cotton Plant Pr- there is china MYERS'aa candidate! f> r the r.fiicc of Clerk oft the IL J boxes "
Nor : scarcely a tree standing-the twisted from their trunks, and large, limbs "V'EVT FEORIA. 20 superior St Julien Medoc, Claret,
j> t t'.U al Time jlan of A Cotton Pla:''it-,; ,natural growth of Oak and Hickory( whichfk were carried through the air in every dire Circuit Court for the CountT of Lci.n. 'AGENTS WANTED in evrry Town, Village and 2'J' do. do. St E IlamUt in the United 6 do. do Pale
< Stales
r ma ts ia which one H net e 4. Sherry WIne
1f j'roxiiion for inducing us to : ,our town abounded)also suffered very sever rc- t iOn. For several hours it was unsafe to tx:. H are ulhcrized to announce JOHN NU- U'olished. Apply by letter to II. G. Farrell, P>;oria. 1 case 2 dozeh Frenc! fruit 111 natural juice.

cur ottoa n oar own staple, and thereby J ly, and the beautiful on the Courtj venture into the streets, and those who did COMB, a< a candidate for the office rf Tax A'e 'or III., with good references as to Chaiarter, Responsibility BERRY RO'A'LES, Auctioneers, Ac.

r*Uc Uincrwising toe consumption. Tl be j c grove attempt it derived no protection from umbrella0 I. and Collector A/r Leon County, at the election in &.C. August 9,151. 31 tf
j ;House- square bears evident signs of the dcstrover's Call on the ag nt who will furnish Free of Ch-ir
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of I Iznarcb. which blown from their hands or ?
Van were October Ii
tk next. July 1S31.
Cojaaattee: does. The plan of A j a Rook! containing mucvaluable information i for EOLU1IG BAKEH,
tutt: torn to pieces by the wind. Wu were amused ; every class of cit izerm.

i: t1 tae no proTisio 1r Iess n- though the actual value of the property I ::t one time to witties.the attempt of a ;%r AVE are autliorizitl to announce JESSE M. PRICE-25 cts. 50 cts. and one dollar per bottle. TTiY! AT LAW, '

a istsecessary charge.1! now destroyed within the re-solute pedestrian W navigate time Hay under |. ROlJERTSOrf. a? a oaadi-kte for the tfilce of Tax THE ONLY GEMI\E; is tnanufsrtured by 11. I G. resumed the practice of hU ProfessfoD
J'i(! li corporate limits is n lotbe Assessor and 1 Collector for Loon County, at the election Farrell. cle inventor and proprietor, ar.d wholesale HAVING his |
For tin he I to the
eu tott into llie hands of a of canvass. a me services public.
( j( ] ,very seiioas, yet it must take somo time to I press the wind which; ; in October next June 1 i, 1851.VE Urugzc, N >. 17 l Main street, I'eoria, 111., and t for Office at Quincy. August It. 18Z. SO( 2m ,
The 4au of the Couij j i bore manfully np agMiis-t: :__ sale; wholesale and Retail at Proprietor's prices by
fl'1't does. A **** able to restore our village to i its( former beauCJ was "dead ahead," but such was ths! stress tr: \ are authc-rized to announce HALEY'T. SepfembtrClS.l. LEWIS & AMES. Groceries.

eav: The. <$!clieB Planter, ) % ty and symelry of apjvarance. of the weather,'* and the heavy pea" of I5LOCKEH, Esquire, as a candidate for the office-of ofn BUSHELS Corn, -

/cV"alwilHwnv: tvifl fleer li tt1Ni. ?;o For the baa few days tie axe, the hammer, rain which beat against his prow, that he was Sheriff of Leon County, at the election in October Groceries, &.c.JUST .)UUab3rrtlsLeat Lard, *

; ami eimthqrie Iil ch and tlie saw, have been obliged to tack. With all his skill in mia vi. | next May 24. 1851. received from New Orleans,per Schooner. 1 Tierce Rice.
ojJ incctfantly at work '
con: ; fail in iti / gallon, he got aback," and, his umbrella :._ 40 barrels Extra Fionr, --
,! object. ;uid resultr'r'iT" and we hope in tho course of a few weeks toor ho thrown his beam end? i y "WE arc authori/ed to nnnouncc D. \V 7200 Ibs. of Middling 2 duzen Champaigne Cidar, .
I tilling, was upon -
1500' Shoulders 4 old Peach .
| ( i. Aitpo-iUelhatA! be able to reduce things to something like with ilia loss of umbrella, hat, and damage; OWY.NX a q a candidate for the office of Judge oflYobate 7iO best Sugar, Cured Family Ham*, J pipe pipe Consc EranJy.* ,

1ut1 6C"me rnhtakcn ii: this declaration. d*r. to his Sunday figgin" fur Leon County, at the election] in October 2 Boxes Dried Beef; i pipe Al d.iira Wine,

r :' Commended by the MaeonoflRin ; And now for ll.c rum-al distiict Ah Tho wind, which was from the South-west(, next May 17.1851iw 2 Rbls. Mess Whiskeys-Rje, Raw. and Rectified and

ot1 efltji.i, or it the ( hmj- ; lull about and subsided to authorized to DANIEL.;: 2 Coxes Smoked Tongues, every other article usually found in the grocery business
began to noon, V arc announce
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then which I willseinow
Wre proctir conies the tug of war. From all the\ 2 Hluls. Brown Sugar, for cash.
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cipitaI Iflreed I Inow nnoi aids evening.'r McRAENY, E-qr, as a candidate fur> the office I of 1 Clariticd Sugar, August 2, lt.31. SO A. H. FELKEL. .-
ng accounts which wre have been able lo }
:kpwn : gathero In j Sheriff of Leon County at the election in Octobcrnext 2 BbU. Cnthed -

Lflfter ncpiaintarices qut a imp to this dale,the destruction of (Jin-Houses! oral! of our principal streets to observe the --- 20 Extra Union Mills Flour, a erpcrior Groceries. !

L arc for in ojportuii''ity Tobacco-Hams, Negro-House, and even effects of the storm. The squares and streets, t% WEareauthorizetI to announce JOHN: IL article SfhooTier Till.dia.isee from Yew Orleans A
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it. RHODES, a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor 25 Washington Mills Hoar PER
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tr.t wIll So m to tho ex. dwellings i is truly disastrous but the I lo were laterally strewed with branches uf trees, 25 Globe 10,000 found* clear and ri' bed Sides I-
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; and Collector fur Leon County, at the election in 4 tierces Sugar cured Ilanit
the side walks
and in obstructed ,
bale I'lacPS were "
per their 1113113 20 MM
on Fork and
l d1ar! crop, some j jvl.ich will be most fcetioufcly felt, for the presole : October next April 19,1851. 2 da do. da smoked Beu4 *
aMn 2; dollars by time trunks of trees of all kinds C thousand of the best Spanish Cigars *

Crop, 'd borne two some ono jcnt, at least, i is in the injury to the cotton and which had blown down, in somo instancesfalling To the Citizens of Leon County. ever brought to this: market very, imported into New Orleans 23 2 boxes barrels Bufiato extra family Tongue Flour. .

tf neccsary. I have al- tobacco cro's. Prom estimate and the walls direct from Cuba-no mi-take. For sale bv t
oLetrd oforne a rough I put upon crushing garden I respectfully announce myself] a candidate! for 60 l do. superfine da

at a di nco wli MJ their i iMi1 j the loss in these two items alone, to the i planck. or ngai'ist the houses. the office of Judge of Probate for the County of Leonat SO, BERRY 1851. i KOWLE3 21 Auctioneers, &.C.Aug. 1 liogsbead Clarified Sugar,

\m, ] tn1e their .hare of 5141 itersof Ciadttden County, at four hundredthousand We have not heard of any seiious injuriesto the election in October next. 2 1 barrels, do. Brown Crushed do.do. -

thanta bare Imcrd that there are so rue dollars. I am confident that these jxri-ons in the city by time storm, though March 15, 1651 JESSE ATKINSON.T7 r. Just Arrived, Old Dicky Jones! 2 boxes Loaf da r "*3 4

are 'iilng to there has no doubt been a considerable a- _-.-- FEW gallons of the same OldlYuvJ for Medicinal 3 Ktrrels 31ejs "Bet3 { ;
purehaso stock : : A
rather under than -
figures are over the actual: done to received da Na 1 '
mount of damage property. purpose?,ju t per William RPuttcs. Mackerel s
II I
flre 4t niaJ be that the thing | los, which will bo footed up at the selling; of Wo fear that the Rice crop in this vicinity;, Bagging, Rope, and Twine. 4 da Leaf Lard

el '" baukrutcy. There would,how.V the which h now) about ready for cutting, I has BAGGING, BERRY 4 ROWLES, Auction rsA-c. 100 bushels Wkifo Corn
er One crop. JA. Gunny la August SO, 1851. Si tf 6 1g con$ btion not usually attend- The public roads arc so blocked up by) suffered injury by being knocked down by Sea Inland tlii.1tt BERRY ii BOWLES, Auctioneers, e.

? crtpittI would Ii the wind and! rain. The sea inland Cottonon ; Kentucky Bale Rope, Groceries. August 2,1851. SO
:ave trees that trai '
ttrned t the cUing oven on horse-back, i except the coast being much exposed, has doubt* B.ilingiwine: io, &ro.ForaIaby

p1-! bcfTbew r
J"ch a alaHrophc could happen.coantr but as the road hands are now at extended far into the interior, the cotton, 6,1851. 35 6t 4 Casks Si.Ies, [- LVKTG: a-pocbted them ;ivea fwt; tl.e'r.1irrvte of

: Jbeno IHJEfciliUy of lo-ss to the and other have doubt ? 40' bll" Extr.i Flour, practicing Law, will give prompt attention to'
aiJ: work, we hope to have all of the main 1 thoroughfares ] corn crops, no received : l3agging, &..c.fL 40 Ohio any business entrusted to tht-rr care.

I % | I'< *iMy much might Lc gained.Commltlee's ] passable in the course of a fexv much injury. 'b PIECES Kentucky flagging, S barrels Leaf Lard, July 2(5,1851.( 2i) tf

Letter fo the plan! until I ajdaye.our 15 ut our greatest fears are for the shippingv. 1 BO;' c<,iU Rope, 50 sacks Ct ri, at cor. --.------.-------------------.--.--------

K proposed.AXOTHEH. a .. our coast. Tho wind being from the 20 bales funny Cloth, All of\vhich will be sold low for ca li. r>yA.UFELKEIL Notice

I am very respectfully! yours, Arc. Houth and South-East, blew on the coast, and Which will bo sold at low \ rice*. rriHF. firm of C. C. DYRD 3; CO. I J. lhi day rff.

COTTON PJ.AXTCB.Jiai 11f7Thc I the long duration of the gale must have rendered!V JAMES R GAMBLE. August SO: 1851. 34 tf L s( ltd by i-ptii vonaer.t, A1! tlita
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September (G, 1851. 35 tf firm, will be attended
C4JHH41? _(t \. 7TT-" it a difficult matter for vessels close in, to keep _.-- A Card.rpnE to bj C'c/Bjlih, '
C.:
rs* LPi oii, where's y X O. Delta Kays that there are off time land. We shall not be surprised to Chain Purnps. exercises of Miss CLAYTON'S SCHOOL.-r S. S.C.KNIGHT.BVRP,

kLh.:; %jflfP flmirm and not less than three thousand men in New I Orleans hear of disasters lo shipping on our own and FEW endless Chain 1'umji fixturo for ale 1 by commence on'ilorulay, September 1, 1351, a 1.** J.rKIS4K.,! ____ '--
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., tt 4 :;! ) !" don'1 wA! any the rioiea: coast*-Savannah Morning Xc:vs, X-X C.. & .J. J1EGINNIS3.; the Sch x' >] House attached to St JV.Ln'a Church., e bnsinesi wijl.be continued by C. C B't RDst .
awaiting passage to Cuba. Avg. 20. -' September 5, 1S1. 'S3 4t August it3,1661. 8? tf I ie ao e place. : S ,.z' t
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Amendments to the A. K. MAXWELL. P. ?&PY. Towle 6t Myers, P. P. LEWIS, tgal bvcrt'tcmthltBIn ,

., k .t CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLO RID A. MAXWELL & PAPY, HAVE on handand are now receiving new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. Jt'ST BHSHED ASD FOR $.U y

t I #; :ib ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, assortment ol GOODS, consistiu" ot ROOMS in the new building immedi Chancery. JOHN S. TAYLOR
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j Gold Lever Hunting Watches, v.4 East of the Post Office, where MIDDLE CIRCUIT-JEFFERSON COUNTY.
I : :$k Adopted by the FifTh General .fisrjnVy and 1itib. TALLAHASSEE, FLOKIUA. Gold Anchor Lever do ''he will be found, unless professionally Bookseller &Polisher,U3 If ajsauStS
Article Xll't Sictwn 2, Melvina Philips, }
I lWieJimpursu'race of brunry S, 151. 5 _ _ Silver Lever Hunting do engaged September ?, 1850. S3 w. V Bill for Divorce. T following book will be serf btn, ?
of the CwutitvJion.AN Silver Anchor Lever do ifpostsge, to any part of the **
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t. Robert Philips. ,7
CHARLES V/. DOWNING, Lapine and common doGentleman" PREMIUM COTTON GINS. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt, by the receipt of the money f thenmj l? '*

; ACT to amend the Eleventh Clawe of the Filth ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Ladies' Bo'orn Pins.a cenrral *-1 1fortment TAVIjUR Js CO.. Proprietors of the Co- I affidavit nude in this cage, that Robeit Philips, be forwarded bj mailat the risk ot the, telJTHK
Articleof the Constitution( ol this State ; and also of Ear and Finder Ring. Gold Guard and ET. but the PoblL; ,
I 1 Tallahassee Florida. Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the tiMactien Defendant, doe not reside in this State, in SACRED MOUNTAINS '
'Z to amend) An Act amendjtory rf the Twellth Keys, Fob and Vet Chain, Seal, Gold and Silver toannounce. to their pations and the Plan, State in unknown, an that the ordinary Headley. vol. fit S
United part 12mo. T'S1.W
: the Fifth' Article of the Constitution olthi EJf Office at the Capitol Gout and Silver Gnu ) Ihlistrated! fJi ,
\ Clause of Pencil,,Gold Pens, Spectacles, ters generally, throughout the Cotton growing region cannot be served upon him : '
subpcena
prncessof gilt edge-, extra
State, and' adapted bv the Third and Fouith March 15, 1851. 10 tf Sleeve Collar and Hoom Buttons. Silver Pearl and ; l 50.
:s that they ate prepared to supply any number 7it therefore Ordered, That said Defendant. Robert TUB SACRED MOUNTAINS.
General Assemblies sj as lo give the Election ol Shell Card Ca' Cold and Silver Thimbles, GnQ BY *
es.
: Kill
of their celebrated PREMIUM GINS. sad the of Complainant
1 answer TSmid.iy
; : : Philip*, appear Headley.-l vol. 13 mo., I't.'
TV. M. DAVIS without -
Judges the PeopleSECTION Fan Silver and Ruff. lo Comhs.Al the
won'd
1 Where these Gins have been once used, it filed in this cause within three months from School edition. SOft,. .-.
4. :& 1. Beit tnactcd by the Senate and ATTOUNCY AT LAW, 1..J, French Mantle Clock Table 1nives, Tea be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers to say the first publication of ibis Order, or said Bill will SACRED SCENES AND

I Hrpreentatire oj the State of Florida taken np his abode at Tallahassee, and w ill Travs, Plated and Silver Ware, Silver T
in General *1srmbly That the Eleventh HAS in the Courts of the Middle Distiict, *, Plaltd Spoons, Fork*. Cr am and Soup La- have bsen brought t.. such peifeclion that At Chambers, Tallahassee, June 20, IS-'iI. lull clolh. SJ 00 ; gilt fdaes.12m 1 50.ultrafed'

,. Cliuseof the Filth Articleof Constitution and of Franklin and Jacks" Counties. die*. PhaSed Waiter, do. Tea Sot. Castors, Candle- their superior performance will n-commend them, J. WAYLES BAKER. Jud e.&c SACRED SCENES AND
of this Stale, and also an Act entitled, *'An Act to slick, Solar Lamp, Silver and Gilt GirandoIt9.Alio.fine in prefetetcetoahlotherGininow in u* Foi the 3m CIlARACTn
March 9. l 1'50 y June 21 1551. 21
p Rev. J. T. Headlej1 ,cl. 1 WXJplalea.
; .4 mend the Twellth Clause of the Filth Article ol double barteilrd Guns, Shot and Game satisfaction ol tho-e who have nr-l Hfd the Gin, ?? Ol <

.. ; the Constitution of this Slate, so that the Judges ol PROSPECTUSor Has*, and Fla'k*. (fine picket Knive Porte Mnnnie, and are uiiacquaiittcd with Iheir reputation (the Proprietors In Chancery. Sunday School rdihnn, &tt*

Lii the Ciicuit Courts shall hold ihtir!' uil'ife 1'r the Poit Folios, Violins, Claroncli, and Flutes, fine Razor need only say, that the FIUST Premiums HISTORY OF THE PERSECUTIONS AXDi>,

term of eight bears, instead ol during good behavior THE *, Strops &c. have been avvaidid to them f nr the bEST GIN exhibited GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. TLES OK THE WALDEXSES. Ej ,, J

.; 'i ," be, and the same are hereby, r.., amctuU a* SOIL OF THE SOUTH. C
a : I rd as follows, viz : That on'the first Monday undersigned, a Committee ol Publication, on fcc., &.c. TOWLE & MYERS : aNn, at the Alabama and Georgia Agrirultuiaf Genoa C. Townsend, ) 5')cts. ,
THE HISTORY OF THE WALDEXSES.
L hi O.'tober in the ver o'e tho-mnl I ciht handled |'ait of the utuCoZee and Russell Agricultural Selcmber2| IS")1. J3 and Mechanic'sFir, l.eld at Colonbus ; and at the vs. > Bill for Divorce. vol. B, Ret j'
IS
; and fifty-three, and on the first Mwdav PI October I Society respectfi.lly I invite public attention to annual Fair of the South Carolina Inslilitle, at Catharine Townsend.. J JTT Headley -1 mo. Sunday Sch'oelej"nilNAPOLEON

every i years thereafter, there shall be elected by the follow iris Prospect of a Monlhlv Journalto be Bonnets, &c. ChailrMon. The Cotton ginned on tfiene Gus' re- appearing to the s.iti-faction of the Court, by 31 els. HIS

c: 4's'. .- the uti lici electors of each of Iheres'iec'ive I Judicial published inlhisclly. undci the auspices of the above received a general assortment of Ladies and cei vd) the first Prriniiim at the exhibition held in al'd.ivif in thi cause filed, that Catharine L. AND DISTINGUISHEDU
TUST J. T.
Circuit of this Stataone Jitd.e ot t Ifie Circuit named ssociali'in. p juid Summer IJor.neK Straw anti SHALS. Fy Rev. Headlej.-i ,,i t8'lllu
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4' tr Sprins CharlestonS Carolinaand, si every Fair where Town<*er.d, the Defendant in this cause, residi-s bevoii'l w **
4 Court, who shall reside in the Circuit for which he The woik will he devoted to the interests of Ag cik! Jenny Liiul) Flats, ( eut. Pxivv and Intuit- China nampte of Ct t ton from I them ]ist\e been exhibited.t the j iri diction of (his Court, and out of the tnted AND, lull cloth CRO.VV.T.LL SI.) ,

.. may beelected, and continue in office for the u-itn ricultu,r and 1 lou I icihturt': D.mci ic and Rural' Hcon.oiny. Pearl, leghi.'rn. Panama and Palm Leaf Ifats, Ficnch The Piopiietor* have in Irnr pose ionnumrroin State of Florid. : LUTIIUK_ By j ,
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of six years from au1 alter the (Tr-r day of Januai v Under 1 these t-everal )head-', will b included Sprigs and Wreath* (white and colored.) 4 and) fi-4 (ertificates from Planter, Column Broker. Com It is Ordered, Thai I he said Defendant do appear, lcadlv vol. 2mn., hllusratiI,Intl cotbt!
AND SKF.TCIIES.
I nest uaMrccdins hs; election, unless' sooner. removed all I) that COIICIMUS I he cult tire of Crops, t the i improvement white and colored floor Mnttiu! Fan. Parn-i>K Pnrastillette J mison: Merchants, and Manufacturers i'f Cotton plead, answer, or demur to the siid Bill ol Com R'IMBLES t'l. 12mn.httualrated By Re,. j.

under the pr.wisinns made in this Con iijitinn tor of t the Soil, t the management of the t Farm, the *. and Sun Fhnde, IV nine t S.ish. Neck and | Goor testif in tha' the ]ierfr.rni3r.ce of 5 Ihe Gins, plaint wilhi" three month*, or said Hill will be t<.- iheadley 1 futtclcttscj

,. the removal of Judges by addicts or itnpeatIr'orit : Garden, the Orchard, the Flower Yard, and the Can RiMions black, white and colored Satin Ribbons.? and the simple ptoduce-l by them, cannot be excelled ken .ro eonfeswand that this cause be set f"i hearing TIIEP(1VERF'BEAUTY. IlyRev 3 T.II? ,
And for willul neglect ol duty, or othei ira .mable Dt-uarttncnt. I In their connexionwith HEIR J RUST. ] ley.-1 vrl 1-tno Illustrated, full cUtb,50 ,
& p House-keeper's l't.rsaleby l : by anv Gins .ter mannfaclured. at the next term cf the Circuit Court for Gads- ", c
: cause v\hich shall not be Milhcier.t! : groind lor impeachment t the intrtc>ls ol t Its Soil, I Ihe oilier inJu.-tiial i April li ISM. 15 All order fur Gin-, triven either :to our travelliror ) den County in October next tand that lhi. Order be giliedos. exira.THE I) els
them LEITER'? FROM BACKWOODS
,. a ': the G ivernor shall renj'ive any of 1 Pursuits of the land, will receive their appropriate .? local As;<'ni., or forwarded to the Proprietor" by published in some public newspaper printed in (thu* AXD TIlE
1 t\vo-thiid ol the Jetnnl A s -nbly DIRoNDACK. B> Rev. J. T. lleadiej t112mofnllcl
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oa the address ''attention. QuincyMalo and Female Academy.rj mail I, will I alwavs receive prompt|>t at tent ion. Gins Staleonce week for three months, and thai Complainant cts."L t
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Il : ProeUfdhotfepfr, That the caus.-, orcau tf, 1 The *' Soil tif the South' w ill be under the edifo- [ HC next sfssiin will commence on MONDAY, will be sent lo any part fif the country, and war take testimony in the cau.e. BIOuRAPHY nlMll be stated at length in such addro*, and nt< redon I Charles and ANT) Pit
rial supet Vj-ITI ft t A Peahody, nsiji., j JL ranted to satisfaction. \VAYLES BAKER Judge.A .
July 7tli! ht whuh time it i* expected tluit the give With f
APOSTLES.
ot each .Ind prodded,furfitr, a portrait earh,
the JjurinU :
Chamlx JUr. hasten for
Col James rs. Peabody
j J'JS L DITTTON. enpaed
notificj theJuljje ne\v Academy will IH ready for the reception of the Agent. true copy-Attest, stt-el. Vitlt an (in the
tl) 11 be to Ca asay Citancte,
Tint the oause, nr causio, 1 wocnr' oonticctrd wnh the Agricultural Pr< s sfcul Columbus, Ga., Februarj S, 1S51. 5 Iv R. C LESTER Clerk.
ScluvJ.) Rtv. .1. l'. lIeadie.-
inteiidfl So he removed ; and he hall) bf Apostled, i'y 'id.
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L s eqnallv dititiiiii.hid i>> a Practical and Scioi tile [
., admitted to a h.urins in hisow di-leuce, before any j Farmi-f and 5ai.hirr., Col Chmlujr$ is one cf the j ji Efficient arid f.iithful Teacliers are employed in the Just eceived and for sale low byJ. J'itv5N5I. 2' 15 enravinr. t ; gilt ed.tes, Pitr
The Institution i irovMe lvith ,
several < OF REV. i. 1.
vote for such removal shall pa**; and in ucb ca es, most intfllinftit and successful Planter in the South i ij Departsni-nts.: ] In Chancery. THE BEAUTIES _fct|
the vote sh llbe taken by '.ea aid nave, and entered i They will be assistil by an ablf cor{> i of Coi.lribu- ) an extensive Cheuieul, rhiin.soj.I.ical. and MathcuiAtic M. WILLIAMS, With his Life.- I so!. l lmo., lllusratedj.:

.: oa the Journals' of each House, ri>*r %ctively.SEC 'j tors thepicclical Fanneisaiid Planters ot the :.! Aiparat| s aw til whcled Library, r.n-l it and Cot Rope aborted sizes MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- tilt ftlL5, extra, "5cl .
among ,
2- Belt futlhir tnactr-d. That id titcr ion j Land. ; valuab'e Cabim-t f Mint-nil 11>c increase in the MANILLA 1 Spnde. anti Axe, DEN CIRCUIT COURT.AT HEROINES OF SACRED HISTORY.! J :

'h A1t1 bv conducted, an-< the rctuin* (bet eo(tnade, in Each number will contain ivtoen pses f'f quarto nunibt <-f students from iibn-nd having rciidt n-d it Weeding Hws. Patent iitro, CHAMBER*, June 21, A. D. 1531.Elhert Steele Illustrated with splendid ensrarm ,. I

the manner now prescribed, or w hioh; may hereafter size piinted wiih nv tilpe( onsupeu'or, while pa-'er, \ nccenrv that iu1'rtaeC.'ll1fl1MatI.lI! s-lu-uldbe Hake Own*. Pot*. Spiders, Johnson, J JTT. vol. 12mo. ; new. enhreit and i*,istd tditionf
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be prescribed bv law, tar the election ol member to I and (nriiishcd to fii'i' ci ihcis at the late of One Dol- '. I j.roviJitl, iw: biiiloin for a Ixiardmsf he-use t>n a Old! 1 nnd Young iwnnds S.ir'apnnlla, >. Petition for Divorce. I ; gilt rtzes. extra, $1 f/).

C'nrtwi ; audit snail$ be the duty of the Governor 1 hat per annum which must he/iaul in tdvance. i TV'IC cxtcnive j lan tlinn the former one was, have Trace Fifth Halter llreast. Stretcher and App Johnson. ) THEOPNEl'STY. OR THE PLENARY IXPIR\
I commission under the seal ol the Stale, !M authorized been orected nnd) urc- now uj lo istue a | 0rP *t teii are to uct as Aser.t*. ] Chain-* the filed in thU and
N petition can*,
rwvivinz the Iihet r'otnbi c( votes and thv retain their ha'i4! Pii'icipal I'or.r-1 may II'M> bo obtained with svcra1 O reading Gaus<*>n of Geneva. Transbfed by Re,
tothe peison \v ipay in Ivvcnty-rivc ;por i Strap Hin e". Patent Dsdanee fiOO Ibs.Speving it being made to appear to I he satisfaction of
Di.tucl iu which the ekction i 'ctable families >" the lce. The >rice of board N Kirk A new and enlarged edition. I {
Judicial j
in the cent of all suhcriptioi! collected by f ihcro, 01 if | rop ] 1 Knives anti Neeille" IVrcusion Cap;, the Court that the Def-mlanf resides! beyond the ij
it rnnv of the \\'. rk will b* sent to ; varies from t'S to 10 pir nu-ntli. For further particulars mo..4IOpaK, SI-
they I'lefer a > < i
Coffee Mill. Cotton Can! Thermometer in
of the State
That whenever *, *. limits of the S'ate Florida, to wit :
a.See.: 3. Sf it further enatted. any onetvvelre mnntl sratMitou>!ly, who will remit | ret.peeting; latej? of tuition. trcsee jirinteil Cut Nail- horse Shoo Nail SHANTY, THE DLACKSMITH : A Talerf ,%
the Getieial A* emby! shall create a epar k Winder and) Cane Se tt Chairs: Willow \a4' It ii therefore Ordered, That, a hearing be had in
undt the < )ft ,
outt pruvUlorMol -
Court, or Chaiuvrj fj:JAll Communications r.iust he addressed, pn'paid. N. H. STEWART, Pmci d.Qaincy.June W cent
a Constitution, l.e JuJ cx (heron) -hall P.uckeK Tubs, Piggin Sieves, Trays, Brooms, ttiica e at (he Fall Term, l5l i.1 tLe Gadsden OF THE VI.LEY-Ey Mrs.
: thts to Willum 11. Chambeis, Publisher of 'I IIC 14, Uol. 23 St LILY Sherwoodivol.
its the lirt ectionjfthi Potash. Sal Soda Indiiro.! Glue. MaiMer! Circuit Court :
be elected in the tnannw provided t *- Soil of the South," Col'inibns Ga. I IS mo., IU-Jstrited.50! cer.'s.THE .
Sissns superior 5 s Tobacco, Hail Iload SnufT frucidtd! 'lhat this Order published In one >f
? ( art, and shall hold th.'ii offices (or the$ came VAN LKONARD. Committee Noti ShORTER CATECHISM OF THE RET
r ternand be subject to alllhe pro\iiort of said fi'st R. A. flAIl:, ) of CC.NOOPERS Itio, Lngnyra, and Java Cofiee, coarse t fine Salt, the newspapers prinltd in the City of Tallahassee A5SF.MI.LY OF DIVINES With Por& ibem,(
Proridfd htnnetr, Ttiat the Judges ol the > ( WHEEL! VRIGHTS WANTED.A .- Spt-rm. Adamantine. Star and Wnx Cundles, fur lie space of three months previous to the first words at
Hteliott! : J. K HURT, $ Publication. out of tie Scriptures, in length fa
Saofeme! Court shall be elected Hy central ticket; lumbus, Ga April 20, Ib51. 16 3n ___, reo>t cxeellt'iit t.]- Tiii5 f.r a few gin d workmen Boxes Brown! Soap ditto for the Toilet, day of the sai4 term.J. 100, 3.

and the Judges of theChanr *iy Cuuit shall be elected : <'f :love trailos, |nrticuarly! if rteady, i'ldutrious Grten it Bk.! Ten. 1'iekitLenoii Syrup, Claret, WAYLCS BAKER, Judge, ic. opinions of the Prut.Sarrtd .

by general ticket, or bv Districts, &s the Legi and willing to work for reas n.ible pay. It would Soda and Butter Crackers. Pine Apple Cheese, A true copy-Atlwt, E.rtaetfrom
NEW CHEAP CASH
CLOTHING
4 Uture direct. STORE Ix. wor.se than unless for others to entertain a t1ouht IJucon, Lard. Fl<>ir. \buc ken-I. R H. LrsTER, Clerk. Scenes and Chuasfers-Bv Ike for J.

SEC.may 4. J3e n fnithcr enacted. That should a : of coming to NEWPORT.May Loaf and Crushed Suipir. with the u=ud go id asFortment June OS, IS1. 25 3m T. Headley This work may erv pm'pnljbvfm.su'ereda ,,.
f PHE pub-rrilvr hnc .I neral *
CLOTHING d
OM-IH a jr 'inj'aiiion to the c< M'innfaini"bythe
Chaucer 18 of orticlen in the G t.td
occur in either the Supreme, ), or 10,1531. Pry ;
Circuit vacancy Court, by death, resignation, tttmal, or { nn.l FUHNISHINO ESTABLISHMENT .ue Shoe*, Hats, Hardware. Crockery, SadJlery, Jefferson Circuit Court. same autiiur. Its object is fo illtwlnltmd

ttthcrwise.it hah be the duty ni the Goiernui to i door South of M rIxvvi- tV Ame.*, hire he i< now Bounty Lands and Pensions.ril Coach Trimming and IVwestic Line. IN CHANCERY. rer.cler rr.rre iit>-like"lhe sacred writings.,. |It tlt
onpniii: a well! -elected n.irsuuuent of niud l the ants'e-r's K-sicn to supersede the Bible. But
cujwrinr not
and
uch) I.eiljjll
1sue i a writ of election to fill tacat.cy, i Hiridei signed.Ira vine made with Room is re-quired to enurn rate Fancy Articles. Jec'd.
tlieieot filuii'tiabe READY-MADE CLOTHING MiitcJ to ; arrangements Paul Ulnier, Executor of John A. Cuthbert, his wish 1.1 to p>cite a solicitude obtain and tol .
danotice ( by civeat lea-it siity | ( )
elected tall such the ee.iin.: c-ai-i-tinsr iu part of COATS. VESTS and u competent and experienced Agent; in the City aaiiist come ir.tir.uti.acquainetl) : ana perit-cHT lar.ilur
iu.ie to va-
and liic so of Washington) and bang now provided with the April] lO.'lSSl. 15 James Gin-denEitzwilliamCyrJsalland i the widow
PANTALOONs cf vaiiou nnd J diCtrines and laj taknow
mail continue in o ice hum the time he q cancj!uod r his comrni >>ioti, which .hdt! bo iued '.vhltc: and fancy colored! SI)1 HUTS 1 all qu.iliti' ; Silk, I P"" ariu riql.iI V ('[ i i i ii i ier.u to i tie Pork.Q and heirs ot John A. CutLbertdeceased. truth lo im'.ibe its spirit, feel its power, and par-

the liaal cgnvas ol t'ne votes b\ Mornoan I C itto! Uuder.hirt.an1 l ])rawtrs; Glmo I of Cl.iim by powers ol attorney for BouilvLandy POX motion ot Complainant, and it appearing lake r.t its salvation ; in a word, to prize in nee
immediately after BARRELS Mes from
A Uranus U
Claims Losses Porklanding Brig -
Pension-, and for and Services >
Silk and Linen Ilanilki-rchic-f from a'.Edavit satisfaction that defendants deserves, this treasure which
which his icturu i i deleiiuiiied : /'ronWtthotrtrcr, Ili-sirry: Stock, Suu- O \J and for sale! bvMcNAUGIIT to my measure as it is in*
Stales Government. ,
United
Tk- Belt ShouKKr upr.n the James GjdsJen and Filxwillum Bvrdall reside be- W- predict for it a ci-nlatwa!
That should it Uecotu*. necessary to VAIL! att\ such vacancy mer Stipeii.hr. yoncy Bra election can lie held under the 1 Purt Ic5:(.t H.K k- C .ulk Bru-ho Ac. ; TRAVIELL1NG Officers and soldiers of (he war ol 1S12, or of any vonil the Inr.ils of the Slate t before pinvuionsof
an March 22 1 f 31. 11
of the Indian war mice 1"'JO, are tnlitlcd to Boun- Newport. ,
thin Cons'it ut ion, the Governor >t.all have TRUNKS. CARPET BAGS, and VA- South Carolina and the other in New York,so that .\ews, Jan. 1th.
I tv Land* under the late Act ol Congress. For services of his Ci.urt be scrvtd and Characters-fy the Rev.!.
to fill such vacan'bv appointment, am] LICES. UMBRELLAS; to-jHhcr with a large a' orttnent -I the ordinary process ( cannot Sacred Scenes
thepnwer the so app'.inU'd fhal! hold his cfiice Irom the of Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c., all of rendered, a moderate compensation villbeclurset Coffee, Sugar, Soap, &.c.TJ upon them : T. Hfadley, autlr of the Sacred Mi-nntaini,*

dUeof persou his cnn.tniin until Lis tucctsscr shall be \vhidi will bo sold fur ca.kI ), upon deliver) of the warrant or the amount Q! SACKS COFFEE, /i fcthrrcferr Ordtred, That publication be made Jtc. This work will add greatly to the repntaticanl

duly elected and qualified. I W. T. MITCHELL. relucted D P HOG 111% JL if 10 barrels Stuart's yellow Sugar, foi four months in a newspaper published in Tallahassee the acfhcr.! In literary merit it more than eqvas!

SEC 5. lIe tt Jwlhtr cnattnl. That the second i TallaLa May 3, 1651. 17 tfSoutheiji G. \V. HUT CHINS. 5 u Pilot Brea-1, Florida, requiring said defendants Gadsdenan his "Sacred Mountains." Mr Headlej eirelno i

section of said act to amend the twelfth ca'ieotIu March 20, 1S51. 12 tf 5 a Cracker: Hvrdsdll to plead, answer or demur to the Rill his glowini t\leand vivid descriptions. Hiswwki

a Ccnslitation (31 l this Slate, and adopted bv the third Kutual Life Insurance Company 70 boxes family Soap, of Complaint on or before the first Monday in Seplember are .11 ich sreasury of all the sublimity of thought,

anj fourth General Assemblies as aforesaid, be and of Louisiana.HAVING Sight Exchange 24 superior Tobacco, tc. &.C. next : moving tenderness of passion,and visoromstrtrsihI !

the same is heresy abolished ; but it u hereby provided 1 U-PH appointed Agent fur the above Company o N NT.W YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale by Procidid, A copy of this Order be duly publi.hed I of epresion, which are to be found in all the UnKinse -

that the General A *etnbly shall, liv the con- dttmingit uni>. cesan' to diccu the for sale, in sums to suit, byThOMAS McNAUGIIT i ORMOND. for four months, as herein directed, prior to the said by which mortals declare their minds.-Sti

current vote o( the two Itiu-es thereof, at its next imr'Tt-infe and ndvantj- <>t the mutual insurance I J. PERKINS, Newport, March 22: 1651. 11 first Monday in September ftS5) next. Daily Globe, Jan. 5th.Rainllti .

reihr session, elect S'Jtnc person In fill the vacancy jirinciple! would ri'-iw-tfully! wilicit tliecon>i'k-ratina j October J-?, IS'irt. 4<) Asent Marine Bank.ETNA March 29,1551. J. %SAYLESB.KERJude.; and Skttehe3-By Rev. J. T. Hndlrt.Wt .-

which will occur by expiration of the term of ohceof of the citizen? of Tallahassee and -ieinitv. Any ijif. rnintioi -' Bacon, Lard, &c. A true'.,'?-.Attest, > have net for a long time sat down to a brat

that judge \\Ito rnaydiaw the two er tertri, under : relative: to it,can be obtanfd bv'callinj'ou the INSURANCE COMPANY, CASKS Bacon Sides C ('. FIFE, Clerk. with nioie pleasing anticipiiions, or I'cnnd thwf
s-rrrnd s-ctiou which is I April 12, l Isfit. 14 4m arititi.a'ions more lui'y realized, than in tfcepern-
the pru i itoie of *aid eubrrilk S. S. KNIGHT.NorcuJjcrSO. I IA! FFOKD), CONNECTICUT. L1 2 Sh .iddcr ,
herein above d! elarrd to ha abuliohed.FIFTHGur.R4u 1S50. 47 tf i cal of the work before us, and ne knew it suite
T1UILDINGS, Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house 10 barrels Me-s Pork
Notice.SIX bv the admiutstt
ASSEMBI.V. Passed the Senate | hailed with gratification many
J_) insurea against lets bv fire. 25 Flour, anJhi M rshalls" -
majotity, December t3. t,51J. months after date I shall to the Judze | he talented author. 1113'Napokon
nv theConstitiftional! THE TRUE MEDICINAL apply
LEWIS & AMES, 2 barrel and 10 keg Leaf Lard, frond at l leait
Pa* cd the House ot Ueprescntalive; by the Con li.tutiynal Probate of Madison County for letters of dis- wa, perhaps, as pf-nularard
January: 2(3,1S'0. 3 Asjents, T.tlahis-ce. 15 Wlakey.Ju book that can I.
p 'I majority, December Q3, COD LIVER OIL. mission from the administration of the estate of a-t mmy enthu received and sale br Sketch
w -t per Schr. Rimard. for We think the Rambles and
in the ol Scrofula Con.., Daniel Fhinmi, deceasd. tnent lotted.
cure umplion, A. B. CLARKE, McNAUGIIT A ORMOND. least as of hnpreviously -
N w.2. SAMUEL WILL! AMS Adm'r. arerli-stined to be at popular at any
[ ] G utRneunaiitnsthinaIronchitHCo ,
!
<> J (F'RMXRI.Y CL\KKK tl VTILI.MA5,) Newprrt, 3Iarch 22, Ib51. 11 works. There is net a dull
4. AN ACT to amend the Seventeenth Clau e of the and all disease* ol the Clip-t ar>d Lunsf A supply March 22, 1551. II 6m published infinite
"an
of Mr i it is with
TTAVING the! interest vvoik filled as
the
purchased in ,
Filth Art.cleot the Constjiuticn of this State. ol this valujSle medicine is jut received, which i is oj5 Real Burr Mill Rock. chapter and
i\ J.JLSlillrran in their old hu ine"*, can be variety." The a'mtaor has ample room wgenousih
Summer
1. Be it enictrd by the Seattle and warranted pure, and of verv soporiorq'itlity. Clothing.
SECTION f I t t'ouiid at their old stand on Mo"ioe street, A FEW Pieces real French Burr Mill Rock, 18 by for the employment i>fhisi( ;ieialfntslotreatadvanlaze.
of the State of Floriila FJraheby LEWIS ..tjE1?, received from New York
has
Hiiuteof Jlrprfstntalive CLARK just herecctnpk-
w here he will receive in a few days from New YoiV -iTv. 20 belie size for sale at co-t and charges, bv AB. and most sncce-lnll las
OUrPflEd That he Seventeenth May 23. IsoO. 20) Tallahassee
in General .Jiutably;! ( I Fla. general assortment of summer clothing of f.f the auliur
one of the tmst complete oitmetits of Heady- Newport, May 10, 1&5I. 18 D. LADD. ed the ta-k. The biographical sketch
Aiticle the Constitution
C'ause' ot tiic Fifth ol variety and style, which will be sold on the considered."and jddscoca
every '*
<>f this State be, and the same is hereby, go Ice Ice Real cool Ice tit aIr Clolhinz and Gentlemen's Fancy Goods most reasonable lerEPS, at the well knovn store on is interesting and vvell is got in a very
b."ok which
fcVerolT red in tnn marltet. .Mv>, a general a.orrthetut Valuable Plantation for Sale.rphlE to the value of the op
amended as to read as follow.to wit : "Theiebhall the Sr occupi by Clark .t Slillman. -
( LOTS of cool frfrfT delivered from the Ice of Fftnch, Jnnln, anti Utfpian Clottii, Monroe formerly neat andatlractivestvlebv I therublisher.SceF
bs one So.icitcr tot each Ciicuit, who shall reside in the inrn.injj at thrc-c cent." per pound Black and Funftf Dunlins end C
therein, and hail elected by the qualified voters by the small quantity and two ct-nt* and a half by 'I, anti Planned Xii';, Satin, Caifnnere, and I'tlrtt j .1. Byrd formerly re-i>led, in Leon County, near Cashmarettes, CoPd. and White Drilling, Drap'Kte, Mr Headley i i4 on? of ihe most pron.is.nWtite
I cf such Circuit, on the first Monday in Oc'cber, in the hundred Dike Krie of which 200 White and Fancy Marseilles, Salirs and Fancy Silk of hi best
weight All ptr ona from abroad crji 1'txtin;n, which lie is prepared to manufacture at containing) acres, some rf this countiy and we have ht-re one '*
,
the year one thousand Mjht hnndicd and fift.three times have it packed: iu boxes or casks with iw dut a* required. -j the bhoil?*! notice and iu the mo.-t pproved sivle. are cleared, and under cultivation. On the prend-es Ve>tings, v hich he is prepared to manufacture in books- one on which he can safelv! rest his fane-

t ,.. and every four vears thereafter or at such a DANILL LADD.Ncwj I The cnmmunitv ijeneroily arc rfpectlullv( re. uertedI i it a comfortable fiame Duelling IIoue, 'n1h the ne- such a manner as to | lea>e the most fastidious. It pos.ees unhti uins charm perfect simplicity

s the General Assembly! may bv law pi escribe, and rt, May 10, 1P51. 18 t f I to call anti examine tuy | .ck IM fore purcha..iii el-cI ,| cesarv out Iu.uses. Ac. Tlii Plantation poc'st' -ALSO- and hulh. There i iu a graceful Irankr.ess pending *-
fhill receive for his services a compensation to be in the where \Iiiill as'sornent of Shirts, Drawers,Kid and Thread interest
I where. iilahasM e, October 12, 1SV10 many advan'iiges.a- a./ > j irey woo i#, the cotnpnitionv\liiih ens-jcesthe
fixed by liw. The Fire in Conway Mass. the ransre ivcrv good fir cattle and h<>g*. Tlie Newport Glides, Collars, Half-Hose, Col'd. Muslin and Silk the le-d.-r in the author as well as in thesuhJKt
That sucli clectioni ,
Sec/2. Be it further enacted. and! will within Cravats, Hdkfs Boots, &.c. and Li.nt.t.in thfoa
JOHN PRATORIUS Georgia I'Sank !UoaJ j)ju shall be held and conducted arid the returns WE insert with pleasure the following letter from 1551. 13 tf nature oi**
f.Oti) yard? of tl.e dwelling, end Hhink will co on the AprilS, ih ) iivelv irait rf an iosenou*
.n ani
thereof made, in the *ame manner as Is now ;pre.strib the Conway Toul Cmnpatiy. It thows clearly [or TIlE LATE FIK.H or nn.L tTTOULI i.R.tTOItIt ,] line through the hole lt-IIu'hl r f the Plantation l' will delight to Imzer. I5
or > ; tt ta-fe
.-d by law, or riiay heiealter be prescribed by that the tiith of the ]>ublic in Rich's Salamander ; Goods &c. which a man ; of iheau-
the Dry of anv
) infrni IJ-i friends and public and vheiitlii* Road is completed which is under con predict for this a sale eqnM to that
member from bafca has been
the election cf lo CougrcM not
uJ-placcd
fur :
law that' 1L has taken the store lately occujoedby tract, t<, be done by the lst of January, 1652, no hand and for sale by the suhscriber, : thrr's tjitttk.Sa .Vr York ..Vws.

Ibis State. the CONVVAY, Mv'!s, July 14, 151.MewTR. 1. .. C. H. I'.lood! and Adjoining! the Mere lately Plantation r>n the while! line cf the Road will surpass ON 4 and l"-4 Erown and Ctcac'ad sheetings. The collection i 1-* one of which no author' reed te!

FIFTH GEXFIHL AIr..TnLy.Paced* December Senate lloff, Steams it Co., mcc -- ors to C Rich bythe Coiutitutional rasjont. 31 IBM. HO Water Mrivt, New York Gf ntlomen To sitiunS t .
the CoDbtitujioaal :- to attend to the calls anj wuit* of thfve who may be P T=OR (de-iro of purcha-ing, will plea e Enzli iiu Long Cloth-Cambric shirtirgs.Bro. bnlliart andhi-hiv-finished caciP
Passed the I1)te ot by the fate
Rpireeutativts inquires r.f the Salamander
| your respecting ( di1.osd to ]>atroi.i/e him in his line of )bu-inei*. call on Josej>h Chaircs, Es.q., who will chow them the and bleached Sea Is'and shitir.gs. [ of"tho.e specimens ol his abilities by v hjchbeTha7he
January t S3I. Safe No. 3.SSI, of
majority purclias Mr'. I famneaZ
you through He Las recivc.l. by the Lite arrival' a choice and land. For terms, Ac, apply to me at nit residence, Irish linens fnm 33 cIa to 1,25 per )d. imbed with the greate-t safety to 1is

I ST > \Yni. Bryc<; i Co, il js perhaps fLlUcicnt to say, that .rdl.blct(d ti'j'j'li/f Cloth, C'tiMtiiHTft, I'ttliiiys, Fort Stran>burv, FLu Linen Cambric Hdk'fs from I2J to 30 ot. wrrd-painter and thinker -Ste .Artc-lw* Tn-
OFFICE IF SI-CRF.TARV OF TE, I wtitm
am at which in the
I IS'.l present on paper wa Jto.. !, GoJ ; aho, n yincral isortment (f BENJAMIN BYRD. Reviere, hem stiched and scrolled bordr'd \\lnne. Dec 17, 1MO.)
Tallahassee, May J order
to
Safe at the time f.f the dwtructi c.f forwarded
I j our manuf.ictoj j 18 1951. 2 tf Toilet linen.Long lawn,litien Canibric,[hdk'rs- N. B. The above boks will be
TI 1 N 7 January ,
I.CHAHLES. D ,WMNG, S-cretaty t.f State, d j Swiss Mu lins. ,
and
p to be true and coirecl All of which I flatter elf equal in style and Cambric Jaconets > at the prices
hereby certify the forcgmnj was'on the l 3.wer floor of a three story buildii'fr, contairjing 1 rny> ure i the rtceiit 0fordCfS.
Muslins frorr r2j to 5cts. pr.vd.striped United Station
Notice. Curtain of the
II copies of the original AcSs on file at my office, and couti'Jerable! quantities cf seasoned beach tim-1 quality, and quite an cli.ajt, a* any others that will bo and Embroidered. part be sent bj mail3 !

herewith published in pwrMiancetf lheprovii
relative to Amcndaicnt* and Revision of' live hard wood coals in wl.ich it remained imbedded to his buMiM"-, and hojies he will merit a liberal .1 'ftices will \he open for the transaction of Dama h Table Linen- Pro.-Linen Table Cloths riak. JOHN S TAYLOR.

of the Constitution. about three htniri, hen it was drawn out, and, patronage from the public.Nowmb official Lusinces, from 9 to 2 ock'ck, every day, Sun Family Linen and Planters Drilling. Publisher, 143 Nassau st .New York.Atvtust .
DOV.'MNG Stale.Mav3. .
C. \V. Stctftary a' sr.on as practioiiMe, opened The leather bindings < r23. IbOO. 4u tf day's except ed. Ccttonades, Nankeens. 9. 1S51. :31 3t
!bf l.- 37 -m t-f the boOkS The anti cf regular and specified __ ---- .
were lu-ated by the f team, anti pome i>f j necessity prorricty Huckaback Diaper. ---
l luoi.c Pure Sulphate of Quinine. hours of business in public TClccs, are recognized by
I Boots. JUIJHT* were wime-.vhat stained ; but not a single j Red-tick. Richmond Stripes. Valuable Lands for Sale.
jiartirle of j aper iu any book was injured and lIE s b cribers have on hand two hundred and law and u age, and are too obvious to require explanation Moss Matlraj, &.C. *
the
Shank flouts.
DOZEN Pair of Uncles Patent not a Mnylo mark on hms-c T cl which thcj fTAVING purchased all the Lands of
1 uny PaIr, whether made filly ounces Suluhateof Quinine, Coats Spool Coiton. Ct1att3i1chic -
April fi.lMI. 13 JAri B. OAMIILE. by a ]pen> nr pci.eil, is ltfi'e.t1. \\ e consider the S.ifc have obtained durrt from the mnnuiactorets, and C. W. DOWNING, Secretary State. Marshall's fine black linen thread ou spool. 1" pan known as he Brunswick or until Ibi

: Plows.fXrX -- in queMion as ha%i'i? jia w-ij through one <>f the scvwe they will wat rant it to be a superior article.We JOHN BEARD, Cma .!'roller. -ALSOA Land C.-mpany. I will sell printdf tint day bJ

>t te-ts tovhkli it could have Ixcn put and wo have enbrifd our slock of Drugs and Medicines W. R. HAYWARD, 7'rravirer. few cheap chairs. second Tuesday in October next, or on

CAST Sweeps iu store, nnd for nleat low need not avtnoa that we rejoice! at its 'UCCes.- by recent anivals.aiu) are prepared to execute D. S. WALKER. AV/r. Public Land Common rocking chairs. p.iMc: sale at Chattahoochie, the following1bed
C tJ\J J AS. U. GAMBLE.
: ratoH. We \\ill forwar.1 you the burnt Safe, and in the meantime ciders for article! in our line, at H holesale or let au. R S. HAYWARD, Clerk Sup. Court. High post Bed steads. Lots:

April 5. 1>T.1. 13 fend us another of the panic u.ize and pattern, on the most accommodating terms. February 1,1851. 4 tf Wash stands &.C., &c IN GADSDEN COUNTY.No. **

1 Law Firm.BEARD fur immediate u-e.* Yours, respectfully, We have auto a few account-' yet due to us for (ii' G. & J. MEGINNISS. 1 and 2 in f-ac Sec. 32.containing285

fc UUCVAIID will practice in ovpartaer conway Tool Oimpany-A. PARKER, Ai ent. year IS-iy. They are generally in small amounts, Brandy. July 12,1S51. !27; tf S W J andWofSE.lofSC3. .e

< all the Court of the Middle Circuit of An .isMirttncut of various j-izcs and pattern with but if the vvholecould be paid shorllv it would go 1 CASK very suprior Brandr. Sof \ .SCFti) >

Florida. O&cc iu and without powdtr-proof locks, fur sale at 116 Water lartowardsliquiditingceitain sun'R which we owe. .1 4htril 5, iSSI. 13 "J AS. B. GAMBLE. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Lot No I, ith ,,f a S.c in fractional N
I TalLxha&sce.JOHN BEARD, street, New York. LEWIS & AMES. N W i ai.d N Ei of Sec 4, and

ALMON ROFF JuneS, 1850. 9* HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, T3hi '
T. W. BREVAHD.rcbrunrv Green and Black Teas.
1 Superior JACKSON COUNTY.
IN
tf JOHN G. STEARNS Capital Stock, 8300,000.
,
1.1651. 4 A. S. MARVIN. New Goods. CASES superior TEA, which can be reconvmended. N E 4 and F.4ofN W i cf Section,36.SeC2Tl

Shoes. Auguit 2, 1E51. SO, stock of 3 BERRY & ROWLES. T HE undersigned Agent of the above Company, E J of S E i. and S W i of S E Jof
: Era OPENING a larze and carefully selected is prepared to take risks against Fire on bc\ld- ,
and Cent receiv Ware May 3, 1651 17 R7NarudW. .
IubbcrOverhinesju't Brilania Metal ,
'I LADIES and Bright iiugS and their contents, en the most favorable term. Lets 2,3. l.and 5rf fracSec 3aand JAS. B. GAMBLE. Tax Collector's consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pot, lrenchCofI'ee idw.COfl
F.
Sale. Notice.T11HE IL FLAGG, Agent. the N i of frac Sec 31 of T4.R6N
April 5, 1S51. 18i Fillciers. Pitcher*, Candle Slicks of f different
I virtue of authority in me bylaw verted I have Tallahassee, June 7, 1851. 22 taming Sl acies.
BY qualities, Jelly Moulds, Glass Lauleins, Cake Bcs, undersigned bat i ing maoe some new arrangement COUNTYGEORGIA. _
Hats. / and levied ujton fourteen hundred and Cann'btrr;, and 4 '. andy ot clhcr article, which J- in his business requests all persons in- The Forwarding and Commissson Business IN DECATUR COt1t"

it RUST are now openirg an assortment thirty-K'Vf n acres of Land, lyinjj in Leon County, tituatc'a the/ offer fur bale on reasonable tettns. debt d to call and seth.- up In future he w ill keep Lots No -119 and 42U. 21st District,

HEIR Spring and Summer Hats, ot the very Utc tHyle. few miles Soutlj-ca acres. -

i April 19, Ib3l 15Blacksmithing. purporting to lielongto William E. Kilcreaw, and will Ware of every de criptionma>iticuircf here by produce, and by so doing he will be able lo sell at IN the Wa;c-I Iones heretofore occupic d by Messrs. Note.-There is a small reservation in

Le offered for sale in front of thj Court Hous door, good wr.rkmen, 31111 a'' fair prices. the lowest living prices, which he promises to do, CRODIE & PLITES, will he conducted by the undersigned County. well ,d

4 iu Talhiliajsee, on Monday the Sd diy of November Lead Pipe, Sni Lea.l. Copper, Zinc, and Cistern and requests his old cu-lomeisand others wishing to who will endeavor to give as general sat- Most of this land i ii very fertile, and C0r11..

rJ1Iundeusine4resi'ectfuUinformw next, within legal hours. To be sold to batL-fy the Pumps for sale. Tin Ruofms, Guttering, and Job buy low, lo giv-f him a call. He has on hand a good i-ficlion as did their active and industrious predecessors lo the culture of Tobacco Cotton ana Iani ID g
-.--. I generally that, having Taxes due thereon for the 1850.D. BEARD &. DE.NHAM. w-Uhing th whole of the Bi,
_- the public year Woik executed faithfully and with despatch. assortment of Shoes, Hats, Caps, lilankHs, Cotton any person gituat'
i : ZS employed a supeuor Horse Shocr, he i iI is McllAENY, T. WHITE & CO. itnd Woollen Goods,&.C., &c., for 2amil> and plantation July 5, 1S51. 25 tf County, I wouldsella bargain. If iS ) ID'P |

S now pteurcd to execute all work in that line in a Tax Collector of Leon County. September 21,18.r>0. 37 tf uses. River near Chaltahoochie.af which fWt<

I superior manner, and on usual ternn. JulySC, 1S51. 29 8m January, 1651. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. Clothing. the land- can be seen, and I can be dtJr|7loBbui,

F. PAYNE.jeQ9js53. A Valuable Tract of Tobacco Land the 1st of August, after which time
received assortment of Gents and
a general Indinutable.Fresh .
25 (ft. JUST Ga. The til'es are -
Tax Collector's Sale. for Sale. Flour, &c. Spring and Summer Clothing. For sale Julj5l-51. 2G JOHNC- .

Spring Goods. BY virtue o! authority in me by law vested, I have l be sold on a credit of twelve month at "1 ft A BARRELS best family Flour, low by HEIR & RUST.

eubucrilx-r is opening to-day n small invoice and levit-d upon three hundred and twenty WILL Washington County, on the fir4 Monday JLOU 3 casks Rice, April 19, ISSI, 15 Groceries. Orle *'

'T HE Goods Bonnet Ribbons! Florence Silks, acres of land, lying in Leon County, situated about in October next, 2uO acres of valuable Hammock SO barrels Potatoes, Schooner Wm R. Pel,fw from Ne'!
Dreos TER
X of ten miles North-east of Tallahassee the waters ot deceased. 5 firkins best Goshen Butter. Madison Male Academy.
low on Land, belonging to the estate of John Ferguson, J )0 pounds Middling,
., At, which be offers at \ery IS JAS.price tt GAMBLE. Black Creek, purtxirting to belong} to Fabran Ann- It U t-huated near the upper part of Holmes Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale by S School will commence its second sessionLun- : 50 20 barrels extra fatallY }louT,

: April 5,1851. stead, and will bo offered for Nile, in front of the Valley, about five miles from the Court House, to McNAUGIIT A ORMOND. T der the direction of Mr. F. L. VIU.EPIGVE,) on 40 superfine do.

Spring and Summer Goods. Court llou c dour iu the city of TallaliaMic, on Mon which point Holmes Creek U navigable all the year.It Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 MONDAY, July 14th, and terminate on Friday, December 5 a' Lard,

1 :: and day the 3d day of November next, within legal Lour is well watered, and well adapted to the culture llth. 2 Rice,

'; .. TUST received a general assortment of Spiing To be wild to eaticfy the Taxes due thereon fur the of Tobacco, Cot ten, Corn, Rice, and Sugar-cane. Notice. RATES OF TUITION. 3 boxes Lemons,

t .J Summer Goods,to which we invite the attention year 1850. D. McRAENY, Only a small portion of the Land i is cleared, but indebted lo will call at 5 teg* Goshen Gutter.

: of buverr before purchasing elsewhere.April119.1S31. Tax Collector of Leon County. there is about 80 acres of cleared Lin J, under fence, ALL parties desk with the cash without me. delay.please For Spelling, ReailingWriting, Arithmetic, and Geography Also 3fK)) bushels Corn. *c-
RUST.
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15 HEIR
.. July 26, 1851. 29 3m ou vliich there i is log houses, a well of good water, orchard July 19, IS5U 23 S. S. KNIG liT. above, per with session, Grammar -58 00 BERRY & ROWLES, AactioneeW
The English
tc. land adjoining. It is and Composition. t2IS5l.3
Corn Oats, and Hay. on public a high August
and Exercises iu Elocution
Great Chance. History, per
white Corn liuilthy situation, and adjacent to good range for cattle
BUSHELS heavy ,
Co-Partnership. session 12 00
,
determined to leave Tallahassee bar- and h"gs. Potatoes. l 1.
OUU Oats a
,
C 200 bales HAVING be given in the sale of my stock and The improvement on public land will be sold at the '"PHE undersigned have this day formed a CopartJL The Latin and Greek Languages and Mathematics BUSHELS rst.rate Irsh Ptot.j1rJuly ;
60 Hay, session 10 00
: under firm of G i. J. Jieginniss. per 100
to do bu- time nership
to wishing a same
Bris Uranus and for sale by good-will any person grocery by
from -
ow landiiig JAMES M. LONG GEO.I1 MEGINNISS, The price of tuition to he paid in advance.IadisouJune2Il85L .
Executor.
.L' McNAUGHT tt OR31OD.1 ine s in this pUce. 19, 1S51. 23r
: March 2? 1651. 1 1 July lt iS1. 23 6: 8. KNIGHT. July 1?, 1851. 27 8t t July 1, ISM. JOS. R. MEG1NNSS. 21- 4t
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