The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
August 2, 1851
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1865?
General Note:
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.

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


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or Polish Vetern. !; man : (him board [From tlie Albany Dutchman.] Moon. for ;,
3. I I ovci and sailed out into! the Hl.I Unfortunately Frank, tho ;
from the Lej>ic Graazlolrnhrilling Ij j j 4 I was horn not for from Warsaw ii little j I For three days I wandered about, eating A bnxik Trent r.v men nrar. NIGHT OF TERROR. key was not on the inside. Ned threw tho t "
tr.'l-IM Iianeing on its Or the of too
"f' and charactwiMicn t village on the Vistula. JJy father was an old nothing in the whole time but an old dead ish Frorn bir.k; to valley leaping'way, Dangers Sleeping Soundly. door open, and walLed courageously in, at :: ,I
jo.I.I\' r"10"' 111\ sever bcfore tare :] officer who had served under I\oduseo! Doinbrowfky j which was in the bottom of the boat. I vas ', n 1 II Ly it* snnny-mrjpn lay BV I'.UL CKKYTOX. the head of Lis forces. 'l ;

frt&b 0 f luilitan' hatwd no.) bears the : and! Poniatoxvsky, and who had rej almost starved, when I was taken up 1 b: a A lovely infant sleeping. Frank Brittle had the misfortune to be a By the light: of the lamps, Ned looked around I .
utlt'r '
,t' jI't'n. the tJ; nowcrfullv 1 illustrated. j i c(\'d .1 cross from the crnporor himselfI Turkish! smuggler which! biought fenale Tlie murmur the of the jmrhnr, ftreamlirokc sound sleeper. I say mi.fortuilc-for, al. j expecting to see Frank squatting in a ,.u '
l la: '*"1 V"s"r' I now lived on a imall farmand) father It slaves 1 to Constantinople.! I 'I"1.0 Turks I trcat- Like nii nct iilircath'n7 spoil in-which}hL dream bound him; though nothing is more devoutly to be desIred -I corner, with his shirt over his knees, or trj-- I

.Mson-h 1 the \-:1r'it1.. Denmark was I aaffair I leased a ferry over the Vi::4ub( A cousin of' ed me as a slave, and sold me in Sim rna b a A lulLibv arouuj than deep and peaceful sleep, a man ing to cover himself up with tIle window! curtain J

; ( l'rn1I1: ; and f f'J! O\\'fOu noF1' ;: mine lived \\ ith my mother h'hc wa\t most rich nun, who put me as a Sl'f'ant'into his It I: may, on some occasions, sleep too soundly. ,I *. I .,,.
;,',,,. i, tho army, as a general rule, lovely girl with horn I I H n lovely !lit to view as the will show I Much to his !
f iV!1";"I *',11' jl& \\ plaYl'lllsl child. I stable After some months 1 ran away fom Within tins "or1.1 I of'. ;('. following go to :- I disappointment, lIe could see : (
.'1 : t II,, Illh.1o UHJ lIuugu-iaus werereceivT always called little Maria, who was a year j i him, allowed myself to be made: a Mussulunn I One ?r".tvlacli still retain* the hue One night List winter, Mr. Stringer, (fami- I. !him; no where and the men, much to their V 'J :

40',-.L-," \,1I\1lh'l'r: erc was an old I'0 1 l', younger: than TI1ysc1l: sweetheart, and we I ii!i was received among thesolJi.-rs.and thus Sol That earth from }heaven may borrow; liarcr.l! -d Ned) Frank's room-mate, having l relief could see no robber. But Ned V

1 ri I .' [\' :lsn nnn.t.mitjssioni'd: infantry. agreed to 1 bs married when we were grown up.i l came free from laverv.. I did not give tp And such! was thiiuw(nd siArr.tyc.1 > Lir gi-.en:: iiotice that he would not be at home thought!! he heard a movement under the V ,

,j"IU! tV' fi'i"S' : 0.f I85- He was a HI1. i i The old folks laughed and shook tin ir Lends. '! tlie hope tJl: t the Sultan: would again go o And] one rrlwi.r in s-iinmur, re.bri tii' ;Ltnc-ss tll.rc-: until the following day, Frank retired to LU piano. I I

l 0'1", ;,h1'fl0f'. to bi sure, cxcitiign1ie. i As fate. would !have it, the great Duke ConI j! war with the Czar, and I should} be abl, Oie fcoul cf ndiuntiliitenes4.. *>lcejing( apartment, locked the door, and Here Le is !" he exclaimed here! he is -I I

V-t( t cc .,'.1:1!> ac eaw 'bin. Ilk appearijff.18 I, fctautiuc once I jessed. through oar ullage ns 1 ;, to do borne good. I bad: been se-eral years Whftt happy drvam went to bed. ''hened was at home, the -catch him hold him !" V\ .\

.V' : not a lid remarkable. His lung was standing before the dooI I must have : in the Turkish} fen'ice wh"n one day a Polish! To cjtst their f'u',
'flY l 1l-J and mustaches I hung down impressed l birn, .is I was a stout, active boy of j officer who was in the ice lull i me to get AVliat chord un'tes: that .on! to heaven, in case any ono should enter the room ; but lamp, and discovered to all eyes, the rubber

!".,;" ::1<. I.I.i:1: .!.::.'-ii f.Atun.J fire, f'oln which seventeen, atrl I saw him whiper something ready, as there would be more woik in 1'ohnd. \%. hurt vi-kim fide! Ivforc thee? alone, Frank knew that robbers might come who Lad taken refuge there Frank rushed '

I'. ." ri: ir ui f 1j"r\' LitH.S.. 1',1'i,1 In"r to an adjutant, wliich the latter wrote down I was greatly rejoiced to hear tii! arid tr.ivel r'r Tor-wandcnnsmiles! : cloudlets mirth and carry Urn off: and cut his throat beforehe out in a fit of desperation. Tho men fled, )

f1. ", as b.iir'ht:i and brown as leather, in his pocket book. The next night onr }led with two of my oountrynicii with great Say not thy a tH.VMII clad faturcs. "'b 1711 amin,
\!,.ni iiji; :.::111 w.iuU.d: bhowinjr that IKr '' hou.r."as attacked by COP sacks, and in ppile danger and difficulty through KucLowina to Alloys tLine hour of dreaming! think that tJ any of the girls in he house, com The boarders recovered from their fright, V 4

: \ !!.i: I I',I, fVt)11: f'IU1 y an exposure! t 1. :. of all n ur res!"tince, in which my father wa.i'1 (;iallicin. 1 Here I met with a rich nobleman, b..113p. afar O1 unecn 'wingQ, home late might into the and Ned told them the whole story, awakening .
ing get wrong
"i".,'ni;, _,, <.'i]::. fill ninny a bivouac in storm'r.n. severely handled: 1 W:1S !bound and! smuggled 1 whose huntsmen and servants helped to drill Tljy itt-nt spirit Mviriii;, room and enjoy beautiful at his side, .I pcsls of laughter in the usually quiet "
: : 'A t I'iirhllul sear extended from !his ... away to tie: barracks of the: fourth Infantry every day, pray ing to Cod that I might yet Xo\v M hie hur. the burst from golden rrrinQ, without his ever knowing anything about it. walls of the old boarding Louse. .

'r VVIJ, : u>'''< :. virk* r<*J st'i.H* over his nose Itegimvnt at 'W Olrsaw. No attention was !hc to see Poland again great and free. Fi. .\ wits angels the arc angelic 1l.loringulI throng; So Frank locked tho door and went to sleep.At I Meanwhile Frank, in a fit of rage and desperation -

: c j'r: ir of: liiiuoutli, dividing his face ': paid' to my fetniggle*, and I was with a j jt i nally, in the pdllg of 1SU5( we c.inieto blows Anmnl their pure Makir! r-rai-inij, about midnight, however, from some had reached his room, and locked, V

"' :'lll ,.',i. 'J'he' .Iut His forehead was I II" t I flub till 1 could hardly ttaii*!. 1 was then : with Austria, but without much effect, and The j i'iy'lli.r hijart may join tho suns, unaccountable cause, he awoke. It was ;I Ned out So Ned had to sleep on the sofa -

:; ::.J I1) 1,'. '! **tlll.a {'u' Iron Jrey locks'r ''. thrown int ) a dnik cellar, hdfdeadith hun- : afier a few battles the Imperial troops con- Ten tln N.ntl! tongues are raiding; well he did. In another, min te,hc might have : the rest of the niiiht, and the two room mates .'

,, -"!' V 1 ,..a flm; beneath his 'hflutt-t. His ,, per and thirst, and there Kept until was rom.I i qucred. I was taken prisoner and made to -Clever----Roguery.- --- been a dead man, not worth awaking. There I were not reconciled to each other, until three :

p r." t:\':'m.t mad" fiitirJy of muscles and I|tplcicly I humbUd, and consented to become a .I run the guintlet the times both ways through J As a certain learned judge in Mexico, some was a robber getting in at the window It !i. days afterwards. When: Frank forgave Ned

;ti'-'tt-::: up} wiiVrid I i, yvt Ait the 1 same time |, drummer. 3Iy father compl.-uned: md even live hundred men, until! THy bloody h hung ine: >5ncp, valked one morning into Court, was a starlight night, and Frank, trembling I!' Ned forgave Frank ; and Ned not get in at P

miu, ;1l1d clitic, lie iiaijicd a little \, threatened to appeal to the (;grand! DU il'- j ii: strips from my back. i was then put in a he thought be would examine: whether it was'' with terror, saw a dark figure rising upon the I the window any more, and Frank does not .

,,;'t'i", !/ft fld( ia: consequence of a wound, ', What! good did it all du ( lie was at las-t: told :, regiment, : stationed in hah'} Then came j: (time for business ; and feeling for his repeater : sill. He felt his flesh creep, Lis hair bristle, sleep quite as soundly was formerly his V
iiit'a'. : Uk' fiiigi-r wasabso wanting 0:1: the that if be diJ hold his bo would} Marr-h l 143 custom.
t : .. nt tongue i, and Italy broke out. I wentj! found it was not i in: hii. pocket. I I'As and his limbs to shake. .
r'bnd. lint !hi' was always |: be locked I thus served the S 'I'
two at to JiuiII1i:1'3
up. years as a over once : ( made ser- n-ual/; } said he to I a friend who accomiptnied Hut, terrified as he was, Frank was too 31Y
:. anJ t militrry, aud however hut; drummer i in tlie fourth until and fired i
: bullets
H' fay: reginunt, 'vptvinber geauts, many upon the: .tus- him, :s he passed through the crowd ; brave to abandon the field, without one bold
be the! July sal: he carried full 1Lna. ]lt JO vhenvo drove the Russians trian ollicor1 1 had heard '' fly DUPKE POTEI.Iilj .. '
li.-a;'; : > \ that the Emperor': 'I''' near the doot-' as usual, I have again left stroke at the robber. There was a poker on :
Jfc: 1' '!, hoars' in archvalki oil'L out uf "'arr Buzz ( Iriend If the! life xras like some xvavele1 rill,
Czar and
ur a ug : a great .( was: a good t mus-l: do watch at home umlr pillow.. lie : the stove, a hammer on the mantle-piece, and .1
loi i us if lie had been born : ; and the face of the hen- wliich my my That waw,I ,'i, ia! i heavy : night, ( dying man V everything be Conrnaflded.Vhcn :! vent 011 the bench and thought no more of even a loaded pi>tol under the looking-glass. And through the tranqnil valley vosn-l
viu i: on: Iiis b31t.: His! dress, in spite of lighted up at the recollection.) I there beat peace was made, the next winter in Sardinia: I 11: it. The court adjourned, and he returned !; Some men would have made use of one of Its course, with soft and gey tie sound.
d d'\\ Jm '.Il'F a nJ rahiy: i hivouacfi, wr.saHva to th" charge until the top( of my drum broke! went with many: other Polos who were discontented I 10111,. .these weapons ; but Frank thought he would
cu'isid; and las amis ns brfglit as if in. I then took mubket and fired the j Upon i its borders brijlitlv crew
i tiJy a on : among the Italians, 1 by ship Zaia, and I As soon he seated in IIi try what virtue there was in cold water. In
as was quietly :
t H.T hid e.ttUv* out of! 1h4'? shop. The picture itussian officers as long as any of them were j: thetico secretly to Hungary. There wasoon pailor, he bethought !himself: of his: time piece ; ::, his trepidation he seized the pitcher, dashedits Sweet"Which summer opening bud their,rich of ,bli h*>ia ef-t cast hue: V

,.aHUicti'raiH: : (11'\alt'k>oll' Imperial( (Jmrdvwcuajjil't iu tight Two days after I wont home on a i:1 fine war, in which rny heart could} again rejoice. ;' and turning to his wife, requested her to send i contents upon the head and bo=om of the Fragrance upon cadi'br iczc that I't

) ,il by lite cross of the Legion of I leave of absence, rejoicing. in the prospect of, Then the Czar sent his troops t.) aid for it to their chamber. robber, and-ik-d from the room V

Huaar and a Spanish: Ofc.k.8:1 soldier, .! again seeing.\' father, my good mother Iud 1 isis friend, and now thing.'l'nt oa.11..- j But dear said she 'I sent it to Closing the! door between himself and} the Upon the bosom of, this stream.
'I my judge, I There s" >orteJ a smiling! beam
[ ;
tit possessed a rare fidelity to duty a Uwr- !, my darling Maria. Hut \\hen I turned the The first day in which 1 shot a Jlussi ht1 Major J you three tours ;;go. midnight! visitor, he paused to listen-wishing That from the Sun,-or moonlight came;

(icbtiiowK-Jgeof} ., :service, and the most !! corner of the wood, behind which lay the red was the happu-t-t I had known for many ; Sent it to me" dear ? Certainly} not.' I Ie j I all the time that he had thought to take the Or Star,-or distant night Lunp's flame. ,

f::.loouraie. You could not but sea that ': roof of our house, I did not see it, but only years, although I got a sabre wound on the! j Unquestionably my,* replied the! lady, and by key, so that he might: effectually prevent the Each bird that o'er it s\viftly flew,
wklf\\ :; on mauy a Mood1hltI.. lu. a heap} of embers from \\hich the smoke Etill j| head. l Hut then t.ere'as! still too mmof the I robber following him, and take vengeance on
per oi you sent for it. j In plumage gay,-it* form could new:
rnriiie waiiu w-itk :;Idbtedt he highly disvriJi '! rose. J rushed to the here 1 the I at list in Comoru .jer ;
madly epol, 'tH.'Im' was lI j The I sent for it !' echoed the him for ij.illing his own blood. Each! golden cloud that did appear
I;, i'iuiMlf. He was as quiet in the sat'* my father, almost h
Mj-'ioftLe:;! enemy's: ti as if he was not in i iiv bre strokes, haiigi-ig from a tree, liLcwif-c my :! made a capitulation and received a passport : J'rcci3CJ dear the robber uttering deep courses, climb the win- '
But nOW'-'t like the
lust :ii-ta/bi'il by thi wliisUin'" of the i'a i mother and Muria. L fell seiibolessto the to AU1 I did my very person you ; angry course
( ; to ri:1.
my : go not wish to go to : sent for it! You had not left home more than jan dow Mil, and enter the room. Of some rude stream,-of ruder source;
) LIl.t"! or the dull growl of the can1 1 ground. Tlte.pitJing neighbors: took! ma up i 1 that country for th"relS no war there with hour, when a well-dressed man knocked j j I "Thief! murder! robbers!" ho shouted at Too troubled to reflect the light, "
bilk. The men oi Ids command asserti -<;1 and carried into of their house I the Czar and; I should have been I Of that's beautiful
MI: me one I false: to :nv. : at the door and asked to see me. lie had one: !I[ the top of his voice. ought or bright.
i tirt ik-y one** heajxi bint he would lay there for days in raging fever.- : oath. I WiUitvd to sail for and !'' thundered "
say | many a England see if, of the | Hush confounded nonsense *
finest tarkk'S I ever saw ; brought it in i your Perhaps it gather"*! in i war t
iitTWfcloat t'a !Danish! stildiur uiilefis! obliged '' Wfaeu I cane to inywjlf they told me that j i I could not succeed ;in getting a passage to and said that oa return to court, met : the man in the room. Dark thing to tinge i its brighter.flay\
:\i J di ;.i,, lul \.iul'i "jJck oat the ot1 cers.' It the Cossacks had slain my father and mother : the Caucas-uj., where there was still war. IJut1! an Indian with a your number of fowls arid you having Frank started. He knew thlt'oice, he And now-the hour of trial near!

i is 5:,'.! am I IMJ tlu-m that the General of tl1P jiid after doing \\3uloiicc- Maria, had killed! : I heard in Hamburg that the Czar was on bought! this: on'1, quite a bargain, had given '; was sure. It almost .,iuo despair. '
b .:,"- arm! LJt'rf'r1l.Jt l liiSld! hh 1 her and burned tli-j bouse. When I heard the tide of the Danes and you "
: : : by was going to aid] i him two reals to bring it home, with a request Ned he cried, is it you ?r' Oh! cHuM this stream but find a vale V
,f-. *,! ii'-i'iy: ewitnesses testify that on ''tLis i wept till I could weep no more, and 1 I them with I his ships I of \ir. The} cause was j jI I Ii that I should have it killed, picked, and j. To be sure it is What did you throw Calm and nc'tr tos 'J by passion's gcLjThcreit ; i\

:L.. rauit: .it i teJTta other DauisU officers from that day have not wept nor lau,jhed. i I of no cnnioqiK-nco to me. I did not rare'I' put to cool, a; intended to invite ;, that water in my face for ? Hang your jaws \ can traiHjtuliye in l>rea-t; .

Wi'VN.ui( (l jiy, hi';. From the grave of my parents: and my beloved ;I, whether the Danes or the Schleswig hlol.V !' brothcrjides to you a dis of molle with your toinorro ;' I'll pay you !" V And blessing much,-ifcrtlf be blest! JfI

1 f'- .: : ':::.:1! ui;' ;)iojlnw'ni was D1llrkc.l 1)ym i took tins bag of earth, to bear it always steiners bad the upper hand. Hut as soon as''! 'And 0 you I At this moment Frank heard movements
I ". by the way Senorita, ] I Dark llours.-There are hours,dark hours, ,
: :IT.-. V .; :M'.JIICV.' : Alihongb he spoke the on my broafct 1 swore by their bones that so : i heard of the friendship of the Czar for the said he, hIs excellency, the judge, requested't on the stairs. As he was in the hall in his I that mark the history of the brightest 'e3r.-
(< ':d! '.' tolorabltf! well bat with Inr.rr God lent life and to V Danes I took 'ice ;' of! ) "
;; a as strength my arm at once sen at Altona. Now me to asl you to give yourself the trouble togo I shirt, he was filled with horror at thought I j Ior not a whole month in any of the millions
toun' :fi!<(v-'ut t he M GuM never pronounce a t<} figlit agaiiEt: tie! soldiers of the Czar, and \ all will soon be over with mo, and I am glad : to your chamber and take his watch from i iI being seen in that predicament. lie hastenedto of the past, perhaps, has the sun shone brilliantly I V

':-1., unl.-
ff. Lie: :i li 1t.-t!I :;uie! on his face at the !IIIOl"C faithfully kept die oath to this day,' con- ; shall riu-et my father, my mother, and my be- !I| ubual thi- morning, and send says it to him by me.' | him out cold and stormy days in And

"f :ari'-.i(': V d til.- bivouac fire. For hours tinn
.J'i) r.i.'J: toil bminlinjr iver the blaze of 1, deep isfacUon. As soon as I recovered 1 me. I thank! you, sir, that you have come to You oiJ !i' gid the judge. nv, open the door! The women are corning were dissipated, and fitted !heedlessly .

!.,": \vutj; ; !>(c. so that if it had not been for I went hack to my fourth raiment, and many a : me, and I beg you tp send mo a priest that 1 I Certrwnly' ,' said t'ie' lady. !!' The crudest of the ice fetters have been away.bro _

i-tii.4! ol iis; ('y'\ which; 'looked out upon I I LV%sack have 1 shot down or thrust through 1 m.n' confess to him and receive the Holy Sl'1 \ell,' iep1id !his honor, all I can say to Time women will have to come then !"- ken and dissolved, and tho most furious storm
in? iii/'it:: I he-, iiii5'J.t have been takcti fur a with the bayonet ; it was my only delight to (! crainent. 1 was obliged in Smyrna .to :1S you, my dear, is, that you are as great !.: replied Ned, cooly. .* You locked me out." loses power to harm.

i ai LSucL!" ...f .hIl: '. Nor did he talk mv kuotv that they fell by my band. At one ( the TmJ.ith faith o.Itwtrdh'IJUt at heart I | goose as tic bird is a turkey. You have been i|I Hut I thought you were not corning And what parable is all this of human '
r.'jrdrtJ! ,v;:::1 Iii. roUs1e 'our&1dti''h' tJno I: fell in with the of the Gencr'ul Christian.' "
: : J : adjutant: was always a good the home to-night!
j robbjd, nudaui ; man \\:13:1 thief; I have life of our inside world, where the heart worksat
lit' .J.a1'II'J' ; 1 L 1 i i'ill: iu witb teI& He drank Dako Constatitine, who was with him I With these words the old soldier again'pressed : never sent for rny ; you've been lmnpos. !j, \r dl, I did come And I knocked its destined labors. Here too, we have the j r

!'our.-:,, |jjt, )Jintf] meat, and lived fore ; when I was fitt seen by tV! l.-.tter. He was I my band, and turned his face to the '! ed on ; and, as a necessary consequence, the 1 i away at that door for an hour, but you overshadowings of dark hours, and many a

e mofct pan on: beaue, strong coffee, which under guard and bound lie begged me to I wallas if be wished to yield I.i.nself: to hi* !i confounded watch is lost forever.' j j( wouldn't let me in." cold blast chills the heart to its core. But .
lit prcjiari-d: fur hiin df., ar.d br ad. !|, save lii life, sayhig that he had a wife and recollections in feilencc. The priest, whom I !! I didn't hear -I was aslcrp!"
Tli itk you what
and it I
j t: was a cunning one ; after a j: matters Man is born a hero, and it ; \
:Tae solii"rs and even the officers had a children at how, and would give me a thou. hid f-eut for immediately, found it pf ssiile! to 1 I laugh", and the restoration of the judge's roo! <1 I j. "A.Je-rf vou were to \lair too art nn ia uuij uj uoiuuuss aim storms mat Heroism
LVld of'irtad of the loom.corporn1, an 1.tJluug1 sand ducats if I would n-lease him. I first ]! give the man the 8lCr.lnlClt.t tinhi:>t mo- j t'imisr! it was resolved actually to have the I j land unlock the door. Asleep !-when I finally -I gains its greatest and best development and

i tV-y esteemed his admirable qoaj.eMir !: K>t him beg and \\Lhic, and! (then thrust niy i rneiit a few PuhiL eolJicl \vere present, since i j tukey: for to-morrow's dinner; and his lioni -,| went around to get in the window, you" illustration-then it kindles the black! cloud :. ..

a : they did not con to him very bayonet through bis beait. I was cheered I' he wished to die hurrountied by his own coun- i I or's brothers! of the bench I to enjoy so dear a II 'i,, could wake up, and throw water upon me, I into a blaze of glory, and the storm bears it

My.: JVr myself: I was strongly drawn to- \I up;;when his blood spotted into my face. I In : t n'men. They} afterwards told me that his \. meal. Accordingly, after the adjournment of j! I thought it was a robber For H,3H'n'iisake : more rapidly to its destiny.. Despair not,then. V

vafj die dark ;tnan, how iron strength of f'' this war 1 !bad a finger of the left band thotj !l.I.t wot!els were a frightful curse: against Kus- !;: court ne\t day, they all repaired to his dxveliling }- ," pleaded Frank, "l let me in The women -I Never give up ; while one good power i is

c-aracu-r wa? expressed in !Us: whole appeari'Ce ., j off; and got a blight wound from n lanco in my b:1.1: IKMI I returned to tho room in thc\:, l with appetites' 5harIll.'ued.Lth! e!pcc. i I: are coming down stairs The light is ,I yours, use it. Disappointment will be realized. .

iud I Iliad: often tried without much sac-. side. When it was all over with Poland, 1 evening he was *trt1ched out : 5:1 cmpc.i .- '!,' tition (If a rare feast, I I almost here Da let me in I'll never sleep so !. Mortifying failure may attend this effort

(eb\ to have a talk with !hiai. !! we::;i to France with several of f1l)' comrades. i' On his body were found the scars of eleven :!I Scarcely had they entered the sala, and exchanged sound asain. They're right here "0, Ned and that one-but only be honest, and struggloon V

One:. day the cmnpany: in which he was ntorpural i.1 j We hoped that the French would go to war wounds. i the ordinary salutations, when the I Ned I've nothing but my shirt on and it will all work well. ..

had: a ;pretty' fcraart gkinaish on thewatpoEtswitk ?, with the Czar, and help us to recover Poland: The nest morning we buried him with military !I Jadv broke forth with! congratulations to his lKt \ca was inexorable. i

the Danes, in which they at t There was plenty! of fine words, but nothing honors. Underbis head was placed the i honor upon the recovery of. ta" ttulen 'atch.I !Do as I did, if you want to get in ; he CcT: "That's my daughter, :Mr.Brown. Sheis

hat \legw to fire with some' light field' pieces. ]: came of it, and at last I joined the foreign !lei'gion -j lag with earth from his mother's grave, and I how happy am I,' exclaimed she, that muttered. not amiss, is she ?"

A' Uie eaemy was retiri l.' {{a random shot wasa in Algiers. J Here J we were kept pretty 011 his brcai-t the orders. Three volleys were the villain was apprel} ended.' How was that?" If she was, she wouldn't be a miss long

I \r ; {roUl distance, and the ball took off r'IJln'. A Ht'IJoui13"bI ( ms the wound in the I I thcr fired over tIle grave of the old soldier.A .- I 'Apprehended' !' said the judge with surprise. Go around tho house, and get in at the -if I could have my way." i iU

lIe Art rJ'1I just below the Luce.offbv I!I face, and I afterward bad a chance of rescuing -II small Hag of black, red and gold adored window." What do you mean Would you marry V

U}e s4ee&tto the ground with this ttTli.'auud.t a French Colonel 1 from lh enemy, for the spot. The Danes, who destroyed all the 'Yes, and doubtless convicted, too, by this 0,1 can't!r' her?"
,.I 1 "'U tkL) J his coairadcs which I received the cross of the legion of", monuments of the (;'rm:1n soldiers who fdl time,' said his wife. Then let the girls find you there!1" Of course I would."
CjSev.Vie: (' ,
.ii. I honor. The one which was given to my fa- in .Scblesswig) have probably burned tLis. So You are always talking riddles,' repliedhe Frank saw there was but one alternative. After her, then, and don't miss the opportunity. -
It mrnig a If'l1dier came to : ther ly th? Emp'-ror was certainly of greater rests the poor old soldier, without I a token of yourself my dear. I know nothin" -!I lIe paused but a moment to consider, ." .
.J a reauest tbt I\\'ou14..0. to the vondflhi -1 i value. We wee length sent by King Louis !: outward remembrance. His name will be of'explain tlll ?f, watch or conviction. then darted through the hall like a spectre.- Exit Brown, adjusting his dickey. s

"t: who Wa 1 lying lJ a neighboring fannJ Phillippc] to :paii, in ordtr to aid (!u.t.'u )Ia. : forgotten and his memory w ill! pass away. I t* It can't be osfillc that I have again been, TI.A.- f.-rrifiptl--.----- hoarders,- -- -men', women and .
O'e IS Jln \\1.1 I ; the stairs-Frank f Crr: The horses of Mr Crawford of Mar-
.d J t o speak T. Ou the s'ria Chi tiu.1. Don C'ailos. After I I this boys-were already on
'f)', t! .__ m( nijaittst --- -- -- ---- I deceivedquoth the lady, but i is .the story reach tho hall unsburg, 1'a., ran his carriage over a precipice V
-. "n' lIi.IPWt;: 01 tl( tJltUilIbn told me the heard that the (Czir fiiend i of Don Carlos Q- Two Yankees were strolling in the o'clock and perceived that ho could not
CO ;iir&J was a I: : about 1 to-day pale the gauntlet, in the ( of forty feet a short time since, taking;
thoIJ;! 'it WAc Wll blrl.l
t1u.'ht hl\'t' possibt,> at fir thLt lie I down his officers with more s:1t.i faction.- and observing a bear unending a tree, with I II I seedy suit of black, come to the house in I full glare into tho street, the Striking on a pine stump, both horses were kill
In should
J g F, h& (::1 san'if by zniptatiii both When the legion, which was almost used up, its paws clafped round the tr'nk, one of them 'j; great haste-almost out of breath. lie said I Ii ,I that even if he nab get him before he could ed and the carriage smashed, but not one of .
I watchmen
dcdedly refused his declar- | finally returned to France, it was my sixth ran forward and caught the bear's paws one had from court that no might the least '
ig? thu( j if tie! consent I (i that he just come ; II bed window. Ned might remember the five persons was in injured.
"oulJ te u'iilutatiOJ was )errr' ed he year of wivice, and although I might have I in each hand. lie instantly called out to his was one of the clerks: that the main who I scale his cold room bath and treat him to a ,
::11' off th his ,
l ( LLuianes. '1''as lie ;propos1 become an officer, I was unwilling to remain comrade : had had the audacity to steal your honor's agreeable, before HANDSOME TOAST. The following is a f
had 21ha1\tn.Ji1"'h'e. fJ'in-1I, up, and mortification 1 I..111 it any I longer. I was too anxious once Johnathan, I say, go home and bring me wrtch had just been arrested ; that the evidence I shower, perhaps, not quite in. so In his toast given by Col. A. A. Adams, at the 4th

dea th 1: set in which would cause his : more to fight with the Russian I at last I something as fast as you can, till I kill this! was nearly perfect to convict him ; and !II he could get safely F/Plexlty lIe dodged I of Juh' Celebration at Warren, Ohio : V V

Tb" : a few hours without pain. J reached the Caucasus ; varmint. .Mind, don't stay for I'm in a fix." I that all that was required: to complete it, was ),I Frank conceived lucky and shut thought.tho door. -I Uncle Sam : The gentleman whose birthday .c.

ket on ,T'oa:1ded wan lay covered with a Wan. the way of Constantinople, after all sorts ofI f: Johnathan ran off as fast as he could, but th-3 turkey, which must be brought into court, | into the parlor revengeful Ned rushed we now celebrate ; with a family of SO .

Ofa !>| good i straw bcd in the clean room' i I hardships and perils. 1 thrown into prison, was an exceedingly long time returning. j: and for that ho had been setwith: a porteri U that moment the crying murder -I millions of handsome girls and boys, and land

to'a0lleKltecdjdeatli; Etood written trcltt'ds a Ja\c: and not allowed to fight I During the interval the bear made several :i I express orders.' out of his room "with a light,exciteLmanfler.Vhiere I enough to girc them each a farm, and have

rom IT <';!::! ( yet Le sceiJ to be free I against f the Muscovites. Hut they paw at desperate attempts; to bite the hand of him ''And your you gave it to Lim?' !" "robbers in a most plenty left for his grandchildren.POETIC.L .

tbanki Wilh a pretty firm voice ljfY.lL'S > length that I was to hetmstcd, and that I hated who held him. At length Johnathan! came 'Of course I did-who could have doubted ?I" 1

plyin !: foreign (:crman, for coin7islios -! the enemy worse than they did. They! back. him, resisted the orders of a judge!' Who ?t" Buc.-In New York a professor

U,t1t; \ ,hi" and coaiing to see hin.: accordingly provided me with arms, and permitted I Helloo, Johnalhan, what the duce has Watch, or and turkey-both gone Pray, Do tell !1" of the cobbling craft hangs out hi3' ) I

rore I n b4j; 'I J have One more favor to ::1EI nvi to go into the hervice. My highest kept you \" what ii: the world, madam are we to do for '%'ben ?1" Stringer I shingle bespattered with this expressive, stanrza .
tinder :uu lstzrjed to-niorro' Will! you lay : joy, since 1 lleft I.oland:1S to ECO once Johnathan replied : dinner ?' "Is that you, ,voices which came : ; '
rt. \' head this little and be able Well I'll tell when at home, breakfast In reply to the terrified "Ilercs the man who won't refuse, :
bag with] earth l froni more tJcoluu'ms! of the Czar, to you : But the lady had taken care of her guests 'and landings above, V
*a eraof m. niy mother 3n.1 fcwect 11:1.11,' showItttW pick off his om ers. For five years I thus was about ready, nnd I guessed it would notwithstanding her simplicity, and the party I to him from the stairs To leather's mend both x>d boots, and charges slioes just; V
shouted- JJy
: the g my
Eamc litno n IUUe baS of KufesiaL fought in the Caucasus, and many Russian be as \ -ell to wait for it. enjoyed both the joke and their \'iands.-Jley-I Ned boldly !" Excuse me \but) 1 cannot trust." .('. II
to LI1 which hung by a strong< leather thong 'I' officer and many a Cossack got one of my Here, now, Johnathan," said hi? companion er's Mexico. Here-in tho parlor. -.' me.. ner-- -- .,
there l" criea
L Ab l do this come and hold it, I'll kill the I siw him run in I. James I V V; V
ftoll down promised a tear bullets in their body. j'ou almost fainting with A QCICK SCHOLAR. ,now wan/ .
Le d.," L Lis. cllock and he pressed my hand; At length I was shot in the left 'foot, was critter in a jifly." Will you keep an eye on my horse son, vous Miss Milner, to hear your lesson," said a schoolmaster to .

t Jjuiid'" lOOk :1 {linte purse> iu which -wore 8ia I! disabled from marching, and was taken prison. Johnathan seized the bear's paw, and held i while, I step and get a drink !" terror. said Mr. Flimm, an urchin not in the habit ol studying much.

if or and \'eral dollars 5" silver; hand. I er. The Russians wished first to heal my the animal while the other could kill it. Yes sir." "I'll call a watchman cold., "Gueth not, thir; papa thays little boyths .1'I V
41' to tue Lc E:d, That is all mv property; wound ; I was then to take a hundred blows Well Johnathan, have you got hold of [Stranger goes in, gets his drink, comes out looking very white !t" exclaimed Ned. should be thecn and not heard" V

**the yoa see that it laid out in the llosl pit:11 with the knout, and to be banished for life to him !t" and finds horse niissing.a .] .A watchman fudge it is shame to .
: text Pole who shall I I have replied Johnathan. Where is horse boy ?r' There is only one-and a Axoxvaiors ""RITI !.-A fine anonymous
4 become a naticnt. the mines of Siberia, because I had fought as guess my have secured J:!
f t:!d Orders, rill of which I won in the! battle- j j:1. Pole against the Czar. When I }had got Very well, hold him fast, 'I guess I'll go He's run'd away sir." call tin the watch until we production is a fair foundling whose t.
61uill..o with me to my grave, and J give, pretty well again I was confined in a tower to dinner." "Didn't I tell you to take care of him, you him. Mr. Stringer'scourage parents is unwilling to own it. '
t watch to the i 9" how tho women admired SHARP SHOOTING. A "down
next mas East"V
0 soldier of our battalion which lay on the Black sea. I wished to see young scamp
shall distinguish Mms<.' I promised if I could not get hold ofa, boat, as I swam 0:7" A wag speaking of the embarkationof "\0, you told me to keep my eye on him, at that moment. the door, killed! 52 ducks, and canie very near killing :J
V parlor .
,Irod t0ttend faithfully to big wishes, and in. ,I well from a boy when I bathed in the Vistula. troops, Notwithstanding many of and I did till he got clean o' sight." lie marched boldly to cowardly, hImself-all at one shot. '.

tUU if lie had any relations to whom I At all events, I preferred drowning being them leave blooming wives behind, they go The race is not forever pot, Mr. Flimm, ashamed trembling to in appear every joint 31r. (Kr The Paris Academy Medicine! has: (_

o d,'anno:1nce he }his deatli. Not one in the II knouted by the Russians. Fortune, favored away in a transport. Ity him that fcistert run, followed followed him, Mr. Hiram. Ifae women, just decided that leprosy never was andii not I : eI

en l repiied with some hitt. t'd h to give me a thort account of!: fishing boat with a drunken Cossack alseep in I'I said when he knocked down the Judge. Who fcLwet with largest whose curiosity overcame '




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want, or how many other arc yet to be opened Kid supplied ; your Committee receiving ports on 1 4250,000,000 Us a |, 9> FLORIDIAW 1 & JOURNAL
Meeting cf Leon County Cotton Planters. Marine in-ur.iuce on do. at tGO per bale a 1 per cent.

t At a me toot-* of riuuurs. the wrd! has fjrmVlicd 2,1351.
five production yit U 2.791-
ilu average __
s fol. !KOIIKKT BUTUT. wa. lalU-d to r. Y -
UKSCtli it. td, -- c
J-a'.nr.lay: :ta c5 w3ooo.
hn.scc.on bales T hat of these, Unpfer.d, Franca and the United State require ,
,1 000 per annum Taa Cuba Revolution.
the Chair, and!. nV! r a brit'; : <>f the objixts; of the mcctinpr, CtJ. eels estimates are correct, must
bales if these
1, for their ninptionfroin ,OOOOOO to 2,200.000 ; leaving not imTCthan Leaving a balance of 5:5e 0,000 which,
, HoLi.A\D tipj-oiutcJ; Vice rmiJtnts, au-115, F. We published last week an account of a snis.ll
acre saved
trod Hr and be
t rAEKiiiLt, : one fourth of yea anninl 1 prwlutt to Biipply the batiuee of the world, with a destitute art unn.-cessiry charge on the cotton planter, might by skirmish! Ccarra *
t : t to aot .i>- t aewn. warehouses. That between the Government troops and the
11LLr Miuirt, elation! probably Un tlnus: a* larT :s tluir own. Under such circumstance, transacting our bcsiness with the manufacturer at our own inhabitan is of ft

iI I L4 .'4 Oa im-i'on.; a ci.Jinii'tv.-ont! tivo, cnnsi t'n? cf JAKES 1* KROOME, EDWARP U n>] rca, onably be scpj ppx+std, thut with; fair average prices, mm Lets will bofoasiJI the organization: of such nn aswci.ition as your Committee !uve suggested would I Island, who have risen to liberate her from
..OCCTOW, '1'. K. LEo>lal', UICVUKO HAVWAXD and OEOEUE WoiTiirLB, were may for al tc! cotton which We now have, or evtr"ill have, the ability: to produce. effect such a rcvolatioa in the cotton trade, they think may be shown. So lon? of the Spaniards.: Later intelligence confirms the dominion

. r.riwaitcJ Chairrio frcanit ,tu>:isics to the nKtt'np.: would be under a guarantee that account, and
VyUl'C ia the their warehouses it
elto\vn that there lias been no over j-ro/luction, aggregate, .is the cotton remain in of other and
Having now the tidings more successful
t ''*'. i' r 'ltle 5(5lftiiih* {'yTTt'.rdVv'r a'fc WbisH'ntJ, note through their Cltalrnun, is readable proba'olKtjthat there ever will be,yccr Committee : it should bring a certain and fair price; the benefit of this would be lost as soon i brings operations. .\, tOr
anti that there uo
l J ,MEB E. CHOOSE, et&miitid( to the nwctl&s the followins Tbpxi, and Bt Fulu- a con- as it was removed. Under such circumstances, who would ship it? U"oud! the respondent of the Savannah Morning Acre writes thus of a second

f tWaJ,; sumption. ]Here, your Cmnnittocb.Sicvc- way be fount the source
1' d Ycur Coaimitlnc have 1 1ad l uai-r consideration thesub'ect of a Cetton rhnUT* a1!1 the fluctuations l> which this great has been Fubjictel. To illw trato would not only forfeit the guarantee, but render it certain that the cotton HAVANA, July 20,1S51.

(Ccavci.iluo cad bog leave to walmut the foMowing rq-ort : the iffittoof irregular productun, three wm'Jc stippsitiuis w UI be used. remarkhi mtut reach the manufacturer with nn accumulation of unnecessary charges, by Tlie revolutionary cause in this Ntsnd! is rapidly gain inn

i 4' tIm, rh s, no inttrett in the world sarr onn1eiI chub so manydtrcultks: that extreme cases are EckcteJ,r.n.l a tingle year use.l to titubUli a prmeClo which the net price would be reduced. With strong inducements, therefore, for and the ranks of the insurgents are daily increasing in n-,ourtd'

'' <*eubjt: to( bo many Jisattcre,as the cotton jiuitiug interest. Tlw great imguluityiniuc here, in practice, wvt-ral) n-ny be rc-iusrcd. Suppose that the crop of iu remaining, and a certainty of lost on its removal ; scarcely a bale would go all sections of the country, so that, at the last accounts numbers ftpm

dueJion. caused liy Ac seasons,and the x p K-nranee or nnu apiKarrf ; 1 mnnnfrcture there 300,000,000 dollars to the tnann lcturcr's order. Elect such a revolution! aa 1 Liverpool would the '
rr 1 ,1 .,.? be3,(p t 3J e0 baleF-that! to cvvpt said to have numbered one thousand men, all badly
sauce -.ancrous enemies: iwouliar to Oils plant, fn-luces fluctuations; in tlu price, 1of capital mut be invested> and 3,000,000+ optatives cmIloyed-fcuPp.; the cap no linger be the great Cotton market of the world and govern prices ur us-our provisioned but resolutely determined to defend( tae cause armed in ur and

to visit no otlit-r great interest. \Ylittlier these finctuiitions are sold aaJ consumed. Than Southern would! become the manaf.Ktarer's market--oar own mcrchatls *
tocli a-a ;pass ital a'jd operatives furnished, the crop uiinubeturcd, own ports they are engaged, at every rik and to the last "TV
t ntCttlny incident to the production and sale of this sUple npprar to be a q 1'Low cs- surp<*e the year 1S52 J ic-ldi only 2,000,000 bales. To manufacture these, only would be their parciair.g! agents-we should learn to do our own bu-iucss, revolutionary army, or band of patriots, have two banners

'! t, tics wtklU etas, as yet, t-n-agt a very email share of the plantu'e attention. two thitJs of tYJx capita and two thirds: of these operatives arc ncecssary1'i .- keep our means at home: and this would briar the commerce of all nations to our white: one 1 Waring the words Kjercito Libertade," ({'e'I "

to dire di nieces which surround us ere attributable to OV T product markets n, or to hat is to become of the! other one third cf each ? To retain their j p itlon, short ports-te! gol 1 ami produce of al! would be brought to our cities to exchange for Liberators,) the other h the same as that welch Gen. Lolez, oafs eat, !e,

4 4 lrrenlar prolnaKm : or hw for they result (Van: making our controlling time i id resort*! t", ani 1 this, it is found, starves the operatives and destroys the our ,tu.n, We shcaM! becb rte the great i iinp.irtlag as well cs exporting sectionof at Cardenas. :led

1 t onrownginitroses, ,or isowfararesnrJyt.rourevistnithtbesupplieJaofirfrom Etiotts whiea dividend on the capital. Then fine numbers only are tpnn ; these are found to tc! cuunr} Uuslnesa: would invite capital and imputation-our property would Up to the present time there has been only one serious encon-f/.

ly a judieioiw eoneort of action among e tton plaiAffa, are all gar in character to the mnmifivcturmg business.'Iheec be neatly uihanaed ia valor-we should bs independent of all sections sad with the troops of the Government. This! engagement '
connected with, thu bo unsaleable: and hive aa imh.iiHhy was ai ch
rite u*. In coneluciunyuur Committee a body of HOD men sent from Havana! in a stE'.' ubUat,
btnBt pallutivc-s fail, as they lUvax* a3 a seas.
4 i i 'to ayur Committee believe. be itivcuUd *>'h crest Convcutian.; ; mt one third of the capital and kbor, to seek irUyaent in other parEult willftik, can tlio necessary cspltol be ralsic.11 Why not 1 Eight doliarg: per bale t furcertcit to the garrason rt uevitas, under the ccmmand of l' '..
and etOb tt kabur would be},heulirlynpptvprate; to n Cotton on fie production a singlo; year would be sufiiclent: v.liilo they Lave atttnptsdto abler General Contr. 'I'lie patriots obeeriag their a PProat' '
flaying m.1 fur tho puriKwe of considering thu vtyoSixvy ofcalht on our ; promising: more stability.153; furnishes another crop of 3,00 ,000 boles. Thnt sta-.v that tea dollars per bale, per annum. woud! bo saved l in expenses, their ISok-out on the tnountnia, hastened to the larrutng and attt fi ck'
'r planting brethren to meet us in con ntii i, it is perhaps pn-KT that your Then suppose : year 5s only eufficnt; ta nauulkctiiro sal iliere coat be no doubt that a similar; bum void Iu received by increase 1pace. ed them immediately on tla-ir disciubarcation. A t..t >!.tnrt .
remaining stL
t CttnnddCe ahuull! preetem the mews wUchindoee! them to advocate sac i a is to be done with it I The o"picl; it nmwt be eiaaumeL Tw! resa'.t is in- 1 If n>, fifty inil'.ioa:: dollars a year wool bo added to thr cotton planter ish, ii: whic'i several were killed and wounded on both s',re.h ,

f tnL 1hcse Will ivquhv, tw eonw extent,an examination of the caust* of our dif 2,O00OJO, and Ithoat: sells mannfaeturin for trifle end, at the close of the yar, there u a surplus I I it.: ne. This benefit w the a ,
Mies aad lire posMVility
? qaeeCon wUic!* preeentsitadf for oar coasidetsuon, is the acstloii of ever promo- uf 1,OJ0,c}'J0 bales cieem ii the op. ratl.: >n. Hat your Committee can see no reason wiry the capital should th party c f e'ctctl tactr escape precipitately is the steamer tsbi ch
y bv a tit1. 5 'cinj no prospect of improvement.ilhJraw be lost ; m the other h.ttd, th-i cottou co'r.mi ion*, &c., have been estimated to I brought them.
which we are forced eso often to submit, are aitritoa FUCI circuia t-.ases spectators 1 1tuu ; would be Alter this brilliant little affair, so creditable and
$ s signs in price to Is left without eoiapotitioji fixes be worth in the seaports 5 t37,500 doLirs! -tha into rest on the capital encouraging

rgate5 uittel be loolted tai, aril naTtlio rcIiLvo* pruJu3Uyear. llAt4: GJt+>tuocause -from the..'_ ,1.-mann&ctartr .snit fti CIS IuS MtOtt <.| to ot l.-nst $1,001,000 more, m.iking G,4 37,30'J' dollar, while the back! i i the patriots, they retired to the maintains belonging to the range
r any angle For the purpose of tcstsn* this matter, jour Comaiittce liave ofl' at any thing that is olu-i\-d-unites in the general cry, that the production is storage, rcceivingan.l; l forwarding,comai's-fioiis: on consignments of other produce, i Cnbitas, which lie between Puerto Principe i and N'uevitus, whera

gone baclt as far** lie year 1825, and l find that up to the year !1550,the pr $uc- i immeasurably m adr&neo of the et.nsmnption-vies with tl e IIK-UIU: iuurcr ia fixing and on \es-la,with a great variety ofsanl't-r: matter', woul 1 hardly fail to pay the they can fortify themselves with facility, and from thence opendi.

'' Lana hat hot exceeded taoomfcuinption. Oa tliisnuLject.they pr ont due u4k; >wiugJobV the iirpn-FKoa and ir.ikingit univtrsil, that largo jsupplha; sal low prices expenses of conducting tic! basiues.-, leaving the interest and cotton con nissiou rest communication with the northern coast, from which direction

in liU-li i is Shown the average annual pros wtiou and average nnuual ic- are inevitable for all time to come. This impression being fixed, cnpital tiows in bus-mes a3 a dividend of nearly thirty-three per cent per annum to the stock- I they expect to receive reinforcements, arms, and ammunition' La

4 rm tptioa of due; world, r*tact fcrioil of fire years,from 1623 to 1850. rapidly! new factories go up in all directions, old ones are ealarg 'd and improved, hollers. latter of* which they are greatly in need of.
rrol1tetksn. Cot urnptaon. tiade iu Maucjcttir becomes liaillliy, new aud exU-uwve markets-iro found fur Your Committee have thus considered, ft3 far as their means of investigation!

Aw*aZe front 185 to 1S.13 1,231,000 bares per an. 1,1 S7.wH; ule*pier an. tie! tiitiuiiiptioa of cotton goatls. and in a few years, t'% the utU-r'a-ionishiiient of have allowed th-su, the questions: of over proiluction,and our capacity for over production There is not, at present, any sign of revolution or touch eiciis
a 44 1835 1.4.VI.009I.D19.000 1,51it, i( rnent atTiuii.l.vd de Cuba. Hut
JSIs: ) orStJago at Matanzas
to all the worlJ, it ;isfounl that tli-3 picture hw been reve-sed-ti.uan!, uthpre :- the influence of invy.iiar! production, and the possibility of ofcontroMIn it* there H
a a t l I3.0K))
IS3: v I81O J,1 ( masli excitement an 1 thy! of the
a )$4f t*, 45 2,5ftUO( 4)414l., >0S. dinted increase in tJio! consumption hi: taken plaee--the surras is all; ji-ne-piices cSVcts, our ability to increase the coiijB.nption, improve the price, and rave a government party
are greatly increased by the fact that tie! Csitalans have
( 4' 11 ItuS to 1&'r0 2,791,0(13( 2rlttldutt'J,952t100 move -.vard-a short er"p is made,and capital is again driven oatlo, bo invited large portion of tie annual charges and expenses now paid. They have confined joined ths
Creoles. Tiie knowledge of this! fact has induced the
back, by the came process, slier another log period of depression ii price- theimelves to the rlNcussiou eta tingle plan or system of protection, not doubting send Government
53)00 to large reinforcements to the garrison at that place.
There, your Committee: believe, arc the na'arai! results of irrtg-ilor production, that there are nth+-rs, and perhaps, better one", which will be presented should a
Itess multiplied by"fivewill thots- that iJiowliok production in twrnty t The Government has also sentli,000 troops from Havana
toPu .
rub; and were it possible: to obtain such caacertof ucti.,n among pIautur>>tHwoulil reduce convention of cotton planters! be assembled. Accompanying: this report they e
bur lw* been 41,i GO.UtH1 bales, and dust the cnnsuniption in the same time, I to IMncipf, the new* of the* affair at Nuevitas lining greatly excited
the annual crop oac-half; the eaie principles would govern, aid the aaae present the fllottng!! resolutions fir the consideration of this meeting.ItisolrcJ
tun beezt 49,"G5U00, ( bales,or aa excess over the production of5,080 Lale ,or 200lak results be obtained the fears of the Captain General for the safety of that portion of f
ultimately. That the great irregularity, and continued tendency to redaction of
how much the coiimnipiion would lave been had the the inland.In .
ptrannnni. greater If it be true, as your Committee have supposed, ( t as n caret.d examination the price of our great Southern auk are evils! which require investigation, and
Havana the
nw material been furnished in increased quantity! your Committee will not con some of papers have been suspended, askij saij
of the production, crnaumptu end stock renialnin; ; on hand fr twcrty-Gvo the plication| of a remedy if one can IK. found.Rtsalzcil order of tlie ,
Government. of the
the by Many Spanish families
ecture. Enough is shown by the facts to establish an iu-purtunt roast : are div
ixtent oceuniption to this time,has been eontroll by the extent of production years past, they think will' ahundnutly show,) that oar JiiS.iihics; lave not been i Tint, in the opinion; cf th'nie: -tnx, nothing is likely to bo accomplished posing of their property and rcti.uig to Spain.

up attributable to over prodjotioa, but to irr'-piiiar! pr xlueion, then in! 't not i im.i''r f,r t'le' benefit of our interest, without a reasonable amount of concert of Tliu Government whose chief aim is to the arrival
and we must, therefore, look to other causes for the ruinous depreasiuus in prevent of rein,
Jdee, to wiiieh we have so often submitKil.Tfce taut that we should! apply the remedy, if there i is one I Irregtilar! prudnenoa, it t action aionr; : :cotton ptanterj.ns'jred forcements form any quarter to the patriots, holds all its naval forces

reload point requiting investigation, la the rapacity of the w rM! for over is enne dcil, cannot prevented, but your C oliiaittee think that orjnnit.'d; con That, with a ve-.v: to obtaining: sue!) concert of action, we respect- in readiness to guard the cost, employing the steam boats and tner.

jo8ueton. To this, your Cotniujlicc? concede th- re cannot be a difiniu I : answer cert of notion wiil courol: l iu cfllets. 15y way of i'iustration! suppose ttiat the fa'ly ca'l nu the cotton p jointers of tin- Southern States to assemble In Convention 1 chant sailing vessels for the transportation of its troops to the revo

II' year 131 yielis 3.000,0., )') hays, and that |t't U defiaitely: asecnaiaed; that the at Macon, C.orria, onMonJ.iv, 27th day of October af.xttrct ouch other time lutionary districts.
lair; and with
thc Ijiou
given; they ineline, howevAr, htroagiy to <+ thctct priocti
capital employed is only euilieient! to manufacture 2,500,000() of thcia-no*?, in the and p'ase as nny be most convenient to a majority of tf ore who may desire to 1 Other letters confirm this One of them
jwqpcrorganizr.ti'ia, on the part of the American cciton plant--ru, the cor-acity f?r account. says :
ordinary course ewer production does not, and never can cxi&L We learn from our correspondent at Corrosco, that the insurgents
great depression ia price.; But suppose the planters refine t<> nend the crop for Oa motion of Judge BREVARP, the Report was received, and the Resc-lutlons
The extraordinary increase in the production of the world in the five ycnrs,from arc in possession of four towns, the names ot which are Las
ward to any greater extent than u actually sufficient to supply the demand for tarn up seriatim, an I unanimously adopted.
1810 to 1S45, aveja <542.000 bales per annuui. caused a regular increase In Tunas, Sevannicn, Carcorra, and LI: Urazo. These lour towns are
B consumption,and retain under their own sheds the uihor ;;i'J'JUl' kites. Such a General WiiirnsLD then oSlrcl tLo follov.inj resolution; which was usant-
tin fctcwk of raw material left on hand ia Europe at the close of eoeh year. until within a circumference of twenty-three leagues, over which the glorious

mtho 31st of December, 1S4.+. it b... melted 1,2:1'JOO bales, estimated aseuf- course would secure them fair prices for the ut:<
Ccient fix tvnty- weeks' consumption. The average increased production effects of irregular production for that year. Then! suppose the year 1 352funilfhes limltid, That the Secretary of this Tncetiag prepare cop acs of the foregoing! Our force is rapidly augmenting one day its numbers were

ia 3ic t'uited States for the next four ycnrs, embracing the cropr of 1 843 and 1 848)wm ) only 2,000,0-JO bales ; the ordin.iry effect of this, as has been shown, Import and Iesouti! >k pnblieafIr of the same in D I'o'.v's Review, increased from 1000 to 1-00: men. The mountains where the patriots -

3 117OitO bales per annum and y+t on the 3M of l scejnber, !F10, the stock would be to drive capital out of the manufacturing: bosinoi, and lay the foundation J the Agricultural papers of the South and the p.pir* of the City: of TIIa'iaasce.Oi are ported U so inaccessible in consequence of the laduesj

OH hand ta Europe was reduetMl to G4nOitO; kilc-s, t-i: ; ated as sufT'-i, nt for only for subsequent! low prices. This would be controlled, by ad-ling the CKOjO.MJ ; inotlnn Gf Mr. IIOL'STOIJ.V, it was then unanimously of the roads, that there is no possibility of the Government troops

thirleeu weeks* consampiiou. The crops of 813 and IS30, not squalling the average : boles retained from the crop of 1351-bupp'\in;; the laanufncturc-r's de- Ketolretl, That we form o-irsjlves into a Cotton PSautT: As-ioeiaiion, to be reaching them in any considerable numbers ; it is besides, the nearest

conwmption of the last five yeans, it may be- safely usseru.d that the cousunjptioo i tvinnd-seeurin? good prices for both erojm ar..l preventing the derangement: caKd! the Central! Asrochtioa! of the Cotton Planters of flori.Li. point to that from which they expect to reeehe reinforcement

It uov being limited and entail by& short supply of the raw isatei ial. To which would have resulted from a withdrawal of manufacturing cai; ul. Thus The M'o'.vlng gentlemen were then app-jlnted Delegates to atone 1 the Plan from Gen. Lopez."

the principle might be rug throng} any number of years, and adiuittiag!! that ter*' Convention, tbu hold in the City of era on (Georgia ) oa 31onday the Tlie
ctutaui this view of the ease, we make an extract treat a document read in IS JO, Government h represented as being in great alarm, thocch
there is no aggregate over production, every crop wotii i 1 bria;; a fair price, because 27th of Oet ber next
day >
ty one of the Secivlarius of tits Board of Trade, be fore the Hriti h Aosoctatlctn: atJ4Ibur7b. pretending quite the reverse. A close espionage is established ta
offered only in quantities suftcicut to supply the demand. Such a fj-item John S. Shepard G. TV. Holland James L Hart
; Orcat Uri'.aiii MOW is, and for many years hat le n, dq tod :tK nttit different
communication between of the Island. YCJstls
as this would proU-ct us against the consc<]Ut rlc;-* of irregular pro lu.tiun, but it James K. Droome John J. Maxwell, Thorn Lavcrsage prevent parts -
nA upon the pood will of the citizens of the l United States,to w li their produce ,
can never Its carried Into efH-ct by individual uc'.ton. Tlit-rsj are uo meats of pro lien Chairi-s AV. II. UurrongLs George T. Ward are sent around oa the lookout to prevent ceimmuaicatioa of
t,In, but very much upon the influence of seasons, for the mean of setting to ,

nude that large pro,' rtion grits population whicl: dt>petidsupnnthe cotton n.anadetnre curing the necessary conceit, to sry nothing of other insuperable obstatks. George \VhtficM, jfJ. A. Cror,m : Jo CLiIres, help from this country

lot the ding of themselves and their: fauiiiies. In the present condition; If wo would do any this; certainly and cHectively, we must or auizu i Cotton George Gilphin, Alex. CYomartic, Jesse Everett, A young man named Joaquin Aguero is reported tn be the leader

t dear e&t-ia trade, any serous falling elfin the amount of the cotton crop in the Plantt-rs1 Awsoeialion. This should be c'lart'-rtd by the States of Soui Carolina T. TV. Hrevsrd, Richard II. Bradford, John Ca on, of the Liberators. AVe cannot but express our warmest sympathy!

,Georgia, Alabama, I.ouisaaa; ,an Florida, with a capital of at least 20,000- E-lw.ird Honstxiun I !ward Bradford Kenneth Be
A nbry
I United Stag neeessailly abridges! the means of laborin our Lancashire ,
among in his cause, and the earnest wish of our heart that it may succeed.
000, to he increased in amount, as the wants of tho business might req'ire.: The W. D. MoseKy John BrarchVIHIarn Tester
tad Lanark'h Sash otl'is ia to ,
re Epb-nersaui weavers. a falling any year.likely
Now that have taken the matter in hand themselves bops
Association should erector purchase extensive warehous in X'harlestoi Savannah they we
R. K. Call, Charles Banncrman Richard "VVhitaker
occur. We hare felt its iitdaencc twice within the last few years, are at tics timera5'ting ,
under it, and+I are threatened with another a Ivcrsc season, the cflbet of I Ioblle, New Orleans, Ajalaehicola anl St. Marks, and establish i at each e>f W. M. Maxwell, R. W. TVilllams: IL M. Garnett, those who have heretofore been so zealous and reedy to aid them,

tvhieh must Le to deprive of n4oj-ment| a large proportion of those spinners end these points a regular comaW.ion business, with a view to the storage and sale F. Chairs, J. S. Maxwell, R. II. Hall, will not suffer them to be crashed for the want of the material} anil

of the entire crop of the Uniud States.lor T. K. Leonard Green Clriire" Richard VanBrunt.
wcavu-e whose labor is bestowed on the preparation of coarse goods. brave hearts necessary for succc s.
the purpose of securing to themselves the whole cotton oomniU'ion bu'Jnes l"jth.lotns.n: : Henry II. \Vare,
Our supply of cotton lias hitherto been drawn in very fluctuating proportions;
= ,they should establish! a minimum; price, which, for the purpose u' this argument X. L. Tlnmpvjn, TV. 1.. Thompson
Itota Brki u India, Urozll; Tp1)0 V est India Culo! >;iCS cad the nittJ States CO" The editor of the Southern Cultivator that his true position
we will fix at 10 to I 1JJ cents, according t3 quality and lo&ition. and The Oiiice-rs of the Meeting were, on motion, aJJed to tao number of Delegates ,
(tf America From this last named country, the quvititics Were, for a Ions irks be known in reference to the Cotton Planters Convention to
averaging say l1 centt per j-ound. Tills should lw guaranteed to all their regu above designated.A may ,
cf in continual condition of increase. From lira/;! have
a our
years, importations mar castontrs, and to all panics, holding cotton purckwcd of them! so Joag as the CfJinmitti-'e' of three, consisting of IuwiRi] > HOCSTOUX, JAMES R. URCOME which we alluded two weeks since, requests us to publish the following
F leewiie! without rfwonable of future increase. I'rom
ccsiWy E-jt
any prospect
"'' ; said cotton remained in their warehouses. Tli. world j-hould hay itice that, and Tur.ofcouc BnevAHD. were then appointed,to prepare a Constitution: and By- which will appear in the &ugustnumbe: of his paper:
the fluctuate within
quantities violently, cnddcpcad greatly upon causes not falling
whcneve-r the cotton cftl-ring was not wanted by others! at or above the mini Laws, for the government of said aocIate'n, to be reported tu their next meet
crdiusry; comni'rcia' contJderatior.B. In the British \Ycrt In.lirs tie cultivation COTTON PLASTERS' CONVENTION.MR. .
mum tixe-d, it w-uld be wanted !by the Asso ;IatiDii -thut, when once, ing.
it Would never be re-s'i'd, until ten at cvrt, adding storage, ia tir-ince, interest Oa motion, the meeting adjourned, to meet again on next Saturday, at 10 o' :- say in your July Xo.: have'nothlngto
hardly to be expiated that hair thus ceased to be profitable when prices in Eu- '*
from united action I that
oa the invcstnKtit, alter a commission fur purclnsing; and 1 another for selling.j clock. hope general among planters. regret you
Topo icre iiuiioriiii) at s nig.iei n.-n-4 ir.u a.. .... .. w... ??.. r.. i-- .f I Iroartiy
... _. .. have because is such before the Cot
Gut .eetu +iuti- ? Q. .A M in.lnnn the manuticturers take their so spoken, only your position
the culture ta any important extent will l be resumed in theso Colonize. to snp- ROBERT; BUTLER, Prcti&nt.
plies, before the company would be require to take any ; nor iy 1 it, inJee-, like Jou.v P.\nKiir L, ) ton planting South that your opinions carry great influence, and
Brous I5itifb; India, the quantities rwJved depend upon a different set of circenisfances Vice Presidents.
ly that they would ever be purchasers! to any large extent. Ender fuch a Astern G. R HOLLAND, )f will be set down as against a Cotton Planters' Convention. I
but of such forbid
nature to of and
a ta any very sanguine hope great
the planter would not crowd the market with cotton, ia N now the ca.w, E. F. A LIES, Secretary. hope you do not intend to discourage such an assemblage I can
increase !in the After the
rarmanect shipments. eontinuutg argument s.1 some I
and speculators at the mar in.u n price would purclia e freely, anJ 1 hoi 1 with con see no possible evil that can result from it, but can see, or tnuL
iea; ik, attention is called to the immense inercaocd consu.nplion of their cotton I know
fidence. see, that it is likely to produce almost incalculable good.

ta3hhonin,7thtiim IfOthey( cauvnmed01O)72lbs.and! in 1819j77.iCS088 ,- RnNCoxTRnmrnvEKxGcrvs. Qt'IT'LtN-We perceive not how subscribers in other sections feel on the subject,
Another inducement for sucli aa orgnnizsCon b fonnd ia iu ; for your may
? capacity
Ibs., and remark : It ;in by no means improbable that the consumption: dating increasing the consumption, provided the raw material may is furnished. The bagging from the Memphis! Etiglr, of the 21st inst., that a personal difficulty but in this quarter I believe every one would advocate it, and all

die laet nine years would have gone forwnr\ nt a wMKtsutly accelerated i>tcc, call for meeting
who have had have a
and rope necessary for packing a crop of -,.*>00,000 bait, would require about osparoJ: lF>t\v icn the { 'i for Governor ta Mississippi Gens. an opportunity already signed a
ca that ;t oa'.d by this tone hive gone b'you 1 IO'tilOg1Oi, ) p>ans in the year, of Cotton Planters, with the view to the appointment of Dele
50,000,000 is or about bales of the inferior of the Foote an(1Quitman the 18th instant their discussion
noun 100,000 most part erc-p. on daring at
Lot for the cheek aeu it iu lf 17 mid ia the
$ to prcsvtit year through, i<*su2 cucyifl gates to a Cotton Planter/ Convention. We all hope to bo met
theMpply of the raw inaUrkl'1 *. "This increase has been coueurx Thus would b 4 per cent of the entire yield. To injure this large increase in Sic j jville, in: Paiiola county. It appears from the Eagle's account there by delegates from County in the Cotton growing States
the t of the United States it wouM } the
coiiwmp'Jon be
ta4 iridaan.i, utaluly; caused by, a continual rcJuelloii in tli'- price of cotton." only necessary to erect that both gentlemen had agreed to refrain from all personalities in It is simply a question as to the size of the Convention. We boj
machinery for manufacturing these articles-sell them at trifla above the cost
*. ** On the herLind; the continual fall iii 0c price bca acted csn 6juula ; a their discussion?. ( ;en. 1'oote, however, deemed it no infraction of it may be large and influential ; your influence, if exerted, tea F re>
of production, and discriminate isi tie nuuimum fixed such extent
price to as
$oa tie frodncers, (American) who have hitherto made up, in general,by the this to allitdc to Gen. Quitman's connection with the der it small and ineffectual. What say you, brother Cotton plasters
might be found nece ngaiust cotton paektil in oter! iD-iS-rial. 'llila agreement
nary !
extent of their cultivation, for the diminished price cf their crops." T4ius it is eta any late Cuban and had done so at several will you hold your county meetings and appoint your delegate
expedition appointments
would insure the padJng of the entire in cur and for the preyviuu3
list ilV wanted but their crop own maple, provide There time to be lost if would do to benefit our
incrcaJ4"su; !>; are {greatly experience is,that the jurctt H no wo anything
employment r f a comsikrable amount of labvr in manuCicturin! the bagging and to the one at Sledgeulle, with out provoking any interruption.
beams cf: ctimukliiig production in tho United Si&tes, ia to reduce the price. selves this yer. We must assemble by the first November; MJ
rnjx; nceesKar JJjt; this is not the only inmate to bj e'.Lctcd: in the At when Gen. Foote
} consumption Slodgcville however spoke of the Cuban affair
Her would
Tour Committee might furnish many authorities to fcbow, that in Great !li'i ain, be uetter. Let us have your answer.

the great !teal of manufaetarittg industry, the ilea that iiiatkcts may not be ; the guarantee which the manufacturer! every w here would! have ( Gen. Juitman stopped him and said that it was ungentlemanly and MAGNOLIA.P. .
tay!! ) that his goods, when made could never bo brought into with not
4 loon for all the cotton fftsls shs can procure the raw material to produce, Lit competition dixhonssL" thus to \5olate their agreement. Thereupon Gen. Foote S. In my last number I am made to say. Why should
.,.. .. goods na, h from cotton at lower prices than hu own, wonM! induce the pro.luc- section bo should not nffj
*UM ;** t. -t a. j r.qo ip (.ovri'nmcnt italarmc U the pwpettof my represented{ It should be, Why
tnin ota larger proportion of coarse numbers--feilln that there CUl1 be risk called him a liar" Blows were instanly interchanged; but their
their inlustrj' bting serious/! checked, not fur the want of ou.tomoi tut for the ; no section be represented J"

t vno& of eotton. The most powerful dLrts hate been male, awl are still; being in fetocking! hlmself liea\Ily; Fpndcs! would not be Muj-p
jrale,i9 UTittUe: the praJ ad inn of cotton in every cauutry where1 there is hope to lecauie orders were not in hand for work ahead-the manufaeturinsbx-iness to the Eagle Gen. Quituian has s-igniLsed his determination not Ilr.3Ltrla.-Our reasons for expressing the opinion{ that we Fad
would be cluracterizc-il .
i <,>f cocoes*. flow fcr they have eaccccded may bo inferred from thf fat, that in -the nnppiii 9 of gnoJs'wouM by greater: regularity be better and, and tie!conJuelcd with greater confidence to speak with Gen Foote, at any more of their joint appointments.Sacannah nothing to hope from general united action among the planters,
A nctbcr
foe y( tr* preceding l&50te, prcJuctioa in India and Drazil: declined! sixteen percent inducement fir such consuinrtion largi r. Morning Neics 2D//t ult.IncEAsr. are these : The Cotton planters are too numerous, scattered over

and hi the *>amc time die supplies of Sunit and Madras, declined twcnty- our cotton into die hands an o the the great saving of cspcaso in gatrg too large a District of country, with interests and conditions(pecaniarily -

fur per cast TUu?, it will be eaen, that not 'itltstaiidin the extraordinary cffyrls ) too varied and diversified to afford ground for a reasoa la
The Liverpool market governs the American market anl it not where OF IIcNG.tnIANL-By the steamer America learn
matters we
wade to btirnt ate production in ctcry quarter, the United Stales ia the only hope that concert of action can be possibly produced.
the planter Bells his cotton, lie ills!! in reference to what is the vuluoin that tho Sultan of has
supposed net Turkey given notice that all the
y toiaitry tlial ha continued to furui&h increased tupp.u s. Hut tLo characltr of Hungarian refuses for a moment at the present state of things. There is not auto

cur increase fur tlic last twenty years, must give small!! consolation to those who the Liverpool in and the difference between the! price ia our own wn potts aad 700 in number will be furnished with jC3, and given a free passage ligent Cotton planter from Virginia to the Rio Grande wha,&**
price Liverpool is the .urcof
apprehend. difficulties; from a tlwrt supply of raw cotton. Onr per cent increase from the price of the when sold. cHirgcsandrxpcuscs paid by deductions to the United States. Kossuth will be sent to Malta, and there not know that if the crop does not exceed t wo million bales,uiatw

bs been and crop Taking the ]periwl l of ten years, fmnI&JOto realizes for his than if three million bales are n>* a
regahrly rapidly
is shown
dbninibhin more
us from the following table, 1SU(l, it is found that the in handed over to the British authorities. money crop
tho data (1 f whichwo Like fr,ira llunt' Jlcrcliont Magazine, a wc-rk of high average price JjverjKH.l l was C W-100 els. -so that it would actually be a profitable investment (if you *"*
penwund higher the
average during the raffle tim in not
the of tLe
oommercird character) seaports allow the expression,) to burn one million balesvet; we
United nttcF. Taking this as the raoasurc of chargi and nst-s and e stimat'ng THE Nr.cito EMPEKOK YTmrrnn AGAIN. The than W
Total. IV r annum. expc schooner Carlota, heard of a single planter who has not planted more Cotton

lacrraseJ pcrccctin 20 *reariJ5 fie crcr 6 W-1007CCiO : ourproducUon for the next ten years at 2SOO,000 bales, of 500 Us. each. from Punt au Prince, arrived at New York on Thursday last, brings did last year. How can a convention possibly correct this I They
i a i 112 end the expenses may be stated tJiu?. of1 n

a JQ U us or 5 P3-100( 1.i'0/.nP.OOO. Ibs. nt'h 5! y.>-400 ci nts pf-r ll>. sc 875 0)0) accounts of a skirmish between the Ilaytien and Dominican troops, have no binding authority, and cannot control the actions Tberesr Jt
e et t'1 as to the quantity of land they shall cultivate in cotton.
y 13 or 3 Add storage in American seajN.rts; avenging 3 months, in which too latter have Of the
l arc represented to routed their
opponents. would be that while few in the suggestions
f 0 ets per bale on 2,500,000 a might acquiesce
o i yji) 000
Thus it is teen that the per cent increase in American cotton has been l would take
rapidly Draynge on tlo. o 10 5W)0() )) Convention, to cultivate less land in cotton, the mass .
declining, until: we are now down to three !per cent: per annum. Not *o however Mending do. a 5. 12./000 of profit
Wo extract the following from a Telegraphic despatch of the advantage of that fact to plant more, with the hope
wllli American eonsumpton-that in increased, in the tame time, more than Hrokernge i extra labor
.,' June percent per nnnm. The per cent increased (.rodcctiou in the world, for ComoiiiBiou outales a 55 dc-1. per bale a 2J I j>erct. 3-137,500( Savannah Georgian : New While wo believe, therefore, that nothing can be done to eoatro j

ti the last fjvo years, is down to en average <>f 1 80-00 per annum ; w ViJo the per: 5,437,500 OBLEANS, July 27. or regulate the production or value of cotton and that like all Other'

cent increase in consumption has been U 80-100 ptr annum ; and leaving out / $42,312,500 enthusiastic mass meeting was held here last night to sympa. productions, such as corn, wheat, flour, bacon, &c., it must ** te

1 England, Vance and the United States, Ute iucrcafc in the bounce of the world Thus it is Shown that, exclusive of charges in interior towns, the expanses paid thizo with the Cuban patriots, Gen. Lopez was present and addressed erned by the laws of supply and demand, wo are by no means or

: w c has been 4C per.cent., or more than nine p>.r cent per aunum. This state cf by the planter e.n a crop of the size supposed: would be over -12,600,000 dollars, the meeting. The Cuban Declaration of Independence was read posed to the'organization of a Planters Convention, for lt msy >nbut
before the
.s. i' things cannot continue ; the rata of i production niu>, t be iiicreased, or the rate ofc6DEunpUun or nearly seventeen dollars per bale,and this,too,(eo far aa the larger item is concerned meeting adjourned. other respects be productive of;good, if the energies of the bOy( ,

i '4+ dirinished-tho equilibrium will he found. ) on a range of prices of only 7c. and 7 mills in the American ports. Juncn properly directed. Without affecting to dictate to that Conteaooa> rn

These calculations how, that the area for tio! consumption of cotton poods is How far these expenses may be reduced by concentrating our IniKint in our AND CLEHGVM\N. Judge meeting a clergyman mounted wo would have them issue an address to the Planters of S onthc o f
crdarginj; -that the vat and yet uusupplied p population of the earth are rapidly ma- own j pxerta, and bringing the manufacturer to our own warehouses for his supplies, Sco on what a fine horse,his said to some gentlemen who were with him, States-urging upon their brethren the importance and necessrty ng
a rides. I
luring a cntni etilioti, whieh, without pratiy augmented fU-plies] of the raw material and thus dispensing with intermediate markets, and intermediate be little." Doctor reverence am going to joke him agricultural improvement-the disseminating of knowledge> 10'ta e
agents may a said he do not follow the ** o
will at no distant day, be seriously felt by the manufacturers and consumers Fk, n by reference to the following table. you example of the masses by means of agricultural journals-the great c.
your great master, was bomb content to ride an
t, ff InplanJ,1'rncc and duo United States. The commerce of every chilizcd nay Tofc-1 charges now paid on 1 i\000,000 lbs 453l2500 } on an ass. to be derived from investing all their surplus capital tomtunes a
it for v Really, replied the clergyman, such was my intention but lat and land i to
r; then is opcuuig.uew juarkctj and enlarging old oats for our bom fit. To what Deduct nccepfcary cliarg n as follows : (instead of as now buying more negroes the
For charges in Southern reaports as table above 5.437.500 terly so many a.sos have been made judges that a poor priest can ,if at least spin 'thin
i per that possible
t tiU-nt ntw nurkrt* already found have bcn supplied compared, with their Freight from Southern ports to nuuuJaoturcr's, hardly find one to ride." more cotton, ) they may made and, manufacture a jjOBj
4df own limits every lock cotton ,
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rime tuT<"Ury, so to ivnrferf i Cotton Piaster's Mcctin.C |I California.
1"41 fril th! wnl'1 1 "- the rca Tire FLO1U1UN d JOttSAL. HAERIED. M. A. LONG & J.
P. K.
L -flJwTeut r 1 : J Jtoft publish to-day proceedings of the !j The mines are ssid to bo EAVAGE r P
promising an exjlraordinary
** l Lulec v'dl I tov: jljp foundation of j ji (t meeting of the PLntcis held in this jhco lasttI1d3y. EDiTOEIt appears that sonic con- In Thomas County, Georgia, on ThurJay the 21thj HANIXO socialeJ Ibtmncelce 9 for the pnrpow of .

p, tIi': ". ill 1.1W I bOT of the 'I he \vtil I yield of gold. Tlo energies of i.UiIm1 eaits mr t.e minus of some persons inrcaid f j July at tLc residence of P. E. Lore, I>q, by Judge : Law will give prtmpt attention ta
: meeting was
J ytNI Ctho every flh1, and child attanJcd, thc people are fast raising the city olSen to ,qte llC1)Clt ofa Comniitte, from the !1 U TJiorrpfon.! Mr. JOlLY F. BROOME and Mus OUT l>tiMfic entrusted to their care. .

? h Rr>Kmm'r.tat reniancraUn j I4t.t I'laud very great interest was manifested ii; its I'rancisco from its a-hcs, and e\cry thing Lear'.. of I rustees of llctcher Ir.stiLte, pub. ELIZABETH L. L. CHANDLER, both of T&lkhasrec July 26. 1851. 29 tf '

jith t ? < I1tour nmifct sn imtncnge a- i( objects. If the movement is carried on with grows and prospers, and \\calth increases.I .- 1 limbed in your paper a short time FloriJa.On Tax Collector's Sale. .

..., 1Lb' cahh creating ujarlanory, and |, that spirit which animates the Planters of this Still the young Stale has her Fcrious troubles. disclaimer to the published Report, tbc 23lh! July, at tie resiJt-rce of George "W. virtce nntbority In me I.y law rested. I Lara '

.11 inr ?nse die value of cotton, ; County cannot but that I sent you, rot being published, but simply a in seized anti levied upon fourteen hundred awl .
t.t I \vc hcpo much good { Her cities Taylor, Jefferson County,by Thomas J. Cbacc,Eaq, ,,
oilier piquets of the &oil, i t are iufested with robbers, burglars notice of its being sent, has produced this thirty-vvtfu acres of Lend, Ivirsj in Leon County,rituac :
nd wili result from it. Will not the other Jlr. WILLIAM W. HEIR Tallahassee, florida, to few miles
Counties a Sontli-cast the T IlaLa
ol te! v1zoh, .iGutIl, and murderers almost beyond endurance.- confusion, which the Committee more desitoto if city of F<-e.nrrprrtin .
I Leon JILw HART ANN DICKEY, of Thomas Coraty !* to bc!<.mto William EL Kilcren, and will
i in the
rnIfd i of intcUsg(M ce ati! join lacdablo effort she is In San Francisco sit right, if be heard
tS<- staiiJr there has recently been they can through Gior ta. be offered for Pale! in fn nt of th. Court IIon e doer, .

jO ; ctat e (A1fl! tc4pIe than making: to accomj.lUli fcometLing for the com- great excitement in regard to thin class of your columns. -.-r----- in Talhha <-c. en Monday the 3d day of November .,

% : :;Itafls. Ve tnigl4t vI1Lrg( upl mon benefit of all cotton growers! The Commiite Report that the Agent 013ITUAHY. next, withiii legal Iwun. To we sold to satisfy tL -
population, occasioned by the hanging of one Taxc4 due thtrion for tLc
l lrt-' tLc ebat1z1ltSS as is the theme, I Lt't every ono read the able \\hich took the liberty of abridging the Report, not Died in tLU City on Tuesday evening the 22ndulio year I 18SO.>. I
&""IIMV 'i'i dltd1 J &t grat advantages { these report \uthout Judge or jury. I Ho had stolen doubting the good of his motives, and as the of conge-tit 11 cf the Drum, ROBKKT EURXS Tax CuCect of Leun Ccuutr.
d Uierofrom.j accompanies proceedings. It ia uell a safe from mercantile house and essential facts contained in the :.
oaU certainly reMiIt I sonic original lie- r.ged two years and four montlu-nnd en the following July 2t5, 1851. ti Sm

: fldiPl8ti( t1 ti)4nCeCrnp1IsIflnftt of I written, lurid and forcible! and contains facts such occurrences had become to frequent port, i is now published! the Committee now VJncsday morning, of conjjestion of tLc Co\vcls Sff '

- 5 ""Se 1 a rar uut ob>ct, the cduca- and arguments deserving th. study of all who that many respectabb citizens thought it their, desire to say to lh-j public, that they are willing SARAH JANE, aged four years and eigLt mtfith Tax Collector's Sale. ni..
*! r and mnrt rajlaro f the to adopt: the Report, at.d rtcommend its ; B Y virtue of authority m me by law vetcJ, I hava
t V fl B Vu-tital L-bl of most difficult solation j}are concerned i in the great interest of which duty to protect their rights by taking the law circulation among the pcorle.I tLc only il.ildrcn of DAVID and RIEEIVA T. Sirrn, seized end ferial ujirn three hundred and twenty ,.

s m j ut treats. Read and re-read it-the time will into taeir own hands and making a terriblt recently cf Macon, Ga. They were Loth interred bone acres of land, lying in Leon Cturty ituare I about .
4bIdi ng wer \ P. SMITH ) grave \7edueMlay evening the 23d ultix ten miles North-ea of Tallahassee,
occnpy too mac pace m die i jlw profitably spent Talk the subject over, example of him. Sis hours the sa'' IL I ll. LUCivhY, > Committee.W. "3T" Ma con Papers will pli-ase Cnpr.CE.NTIIETILLE RackCre! s
:.'* j get the%ii wi of thoe around, and let the fug was stolen, in tho siitsace anti daikncss Df G. I'OMiR, ) nn-1 TV ill be offered for oale. in front of tha #

;f'l'i' ) rr i 'ur tlicrrf imagine. le'ine gestiuns if evoy one go up ta the General ;j mil-right, be was sent lo his last account. Tliomaaviilc, Ga, July 22,1S51.Harried ::F SoeruaiN RIGHTS AS->
tj: : hie to i ;: I :tc the 'Convention. There will lm a meeting of the CentreviHe Southern To be sold ,
I : There is nothing like triiag to Afterwards public meeting were held to'justify to xatiify the Titles due tJiem n for th<
i on ", V : rI&etI t& ii do Life. IttghU! Association on Wednesday, tie CtL of August year Ib5i). I). licitAESY.
f\\ ) some-thing, and the to succeed is for'
T: ** \% /* I' l 1( O nrti h *** utK4m. dt rt way the proceeding in which great c oil- In ennMilering our public and social duties, kt tho Ceiitre\tc!! School House. Members of Tax Collector of Leon County.
I ('llll ti1 l1t ) tn>w \\itO are inU rcrtt"l to put their head- made of tie of de the July 2R, 1851. ttI Cm
1.i21nterZ3-t AS-KX
1 i.' ? : plaints were inefficiency we mail beware thr.t life has its full ution, arc refjuested to be punctual ia their _

r, ha !. t. .o iuci* ofir tog('lhera d work out the bett plan of operaions. Courts; and in sonc: other case before he share. \Vhei men marry and settle down in attendance Great Chance. '

1 'f"i.! i. ;jl.l J i -. nit It i'.v atv ( Court tb'-'re was a strong inclination nianifts- life, the world generally looks on with ap- V72I. II BRADFORD, Secretary. HAVING lftermi-ipt! to leave Tallahassee! a bar-

l 1' '! iiV *' 'in ue! IM': i iut1u1.eflt) of j Stici- --to That.-- teLl to relieve the officers of their paioncr.a4 poh.tion, and its congratulations[ are warm July. Sfi, ISr.l. 20 2t bejivenir; the sate of mn_' stock and '

: :.1 ,. ':r .o'mu'i p c.l. &>a: ontswi* ] ** ly nvcn. '1 he ieacoii is ohs bus : in mar- ---------- good-will fo an? person wi hirig to do a grocery bu- ;
f do not heMtatf t and repeat, that At anothvt To tho Voters of Jefferson '1uPQ lhn I1Ct'.
: 1 1Lh: -, wi'5' > o> ii.uu'ri-: siy meeting it was so iou.Iy proposed County : in )
1 .' ; t'.J.ik if ,. i v.v.n Mo'/ill: :; :: ( ,aiul "<' and urged that the citizens fchould rcorganie: f.iftd behflxior."
.v i iitMr tt'Ir, to into effect that, or County, laving declined running for that office for the
"i.1 v *''Kn: i
their But manic life
snd is
T\J' other government, adopt some sy stem ,f not always as happy as
of the next tfrai I
5 jsait Constitution, tlie S f.tLw ; respectfully announce mjstlfa candi-Late J|
::1 .., ,1, -, L:.tvlr! t wo h ii'MMli \ LL parties indrbfed
their for and il might be, and those who have ropoUed to to me. will plf'as > call at
ud! 1 1)3 own self-protection public security for the
no longer buind by the same. WILLIAM H. ANIRE\VS. V
: i. :. :il QxF cotaparU live for each othersometimes end their A my dek with the caqh, witho it -ht. ...

F i ', ,:, ui! .1 ff nri tanJ tl.e con- A J1 f'vrp'iii ide.-flb.r.hntUon on one side, is broken 0:1 but the meeting Loili.g over with excit in mutti.'il didike. But if it does not co.ieup career !j V.K arc authorizeil to announce OsCAR A. Ju'y' 10. 1SI. 23 S. S. KNIGI1T.Potatoes. .

: ::!: in/: : L ]| rnent broke up iu confusion. Tha laose state to thi5, there: arc often little disagreements, 1 31 YER3 aa a i.flh.htC Lr the office cf Clerk of the ----- n
T4J all
rf'I Zirs..kfL ]' which we say, nmnSniZn J. of affairs seems rather, but we trust mun.idcT&tandiiigs; and( troubles, xvhisrh des Circuit Court ft.r the County of'k 1 A A BUSHELS first-rate Irish Prfafws.fcr sa1

: 't; : iti 6th- Yes, tn.'ck to tint, both of you, a-id there to the genius of Amilcau character to relieve troy the peace of the married peoj>!Ie; and! in tVi are autlii.rizi. to annour.ce JOHN KU- 1UU by s. S. KMGI1T.Inly .

: : is hojx? yd tuat a State will be ackuowU'dgod theUt > of its nuioinces and dangers, general tis! fault is to be tsaced to a want of COMR, as a candidate for the office of Tax A3 eser IU ''crm._ _
\M iv. ri i ij: J:. cni! <* 'f 5-li'"ty for Notice.
.: : consideration littllo of action 4
to ha'.e some furtlu-r pwilege t'liinthnt nfj and to et-labliaLcd order and law firmer a precipitancy and Collector for Lecn County, at the election in
.,th', I.a, : \\o s'.d: :ce foot-ball July ISWE
Iteing a for iie General; Government. basis. J.oolved by mutual consent. AH! t ninths ci tba
i; -ilnv: -i.-riitit t-t p'jiii.-bmc'Jit in Via'i. married! life depends} u.on the attention j jaiJ
; 'llut,"* the lalkr we ftul to in tlK r itfe authorized to announce JESSE M.ROBE1TSON. said Grin, will be attended lobC.. C. L'jrd. .
: 'f covtt Ce1nics. says see \ bile such proceedings are disturbing so- to trifles. I'ri."orri kindness of manners is a
Ir; L iw ir C. C. BVRP
anything like assert! that State !' inctkoJ of domestic Ina j a a camliJate for the office of Tax -
iil waiemlKT what & l3inil of I ui a may j iety,the Cafifon-ians: do not forget to manifest'tluir sure preserxing quiet. S. S. KNIGHT.

((1..r J.- ConMitulionaUy ceeede, al jilcamirc" Ah hatred of R cent wok on social life, we have met j Arscssor anti Collector for Leon County, at the elec- July IS, 1931.Tt.e :
-. s or rs:: thrr\: <-nr rofcntry M this I Ip ; oppression by govern with much on the t.catment which husbands l tif n in Octfclwr rett .Tone 14, 1S51.rT business will be continued by C. C. BYRD. al
indeed.Vi 11, suppose there is trf ftd and deliberate ments. Their Tece-ptrwi (little lush exile, the Tme place.Tallahassee! .
'r- ; and llcy linv ofrJjjArtr s'.ould their wives and wixes their husbands
;:i3!,,/ !' J : give WE are authorized to announce HALEY T. !
t July 10. 1S51. 23
i fvniw:1.: !' # rousdl !y theacw I Tffwaal to abide ly the Cciis&ution, McManap, wa of the most enthuzastie kind. Ttte. adure comes from a sagacious LOCKER, Es;ujre, a3 a cun-uJate T jr the
t ', (t'po lir.d *flI 1 crad vt1Iimet1t the ; is'nt there a compact broken which leaves tiic The leading inn of the country vle-d with observer of rnnkiiul and we think we cannot [i( Sheriff &f Leon County, at the election in October Groceries, &c.

( : t : the State free to act for herself! You say as !. eats other to do l.iau honor. A puMic diu- do our readers a tunic agreeable service than I fOIL 3iw 2 4. 1 3 I. FROJ1 New Orleans per Schooner Ta.iaitaia,
I-; jjiCT : upa columns cf the 6CXX ponnds cWr fIe\ <,
to some
by iratiffcning our
It f wetk tliat much vow'scves. Then is'nl that aeknowling her was given Lira, and every thing done to J \fK: are autlu.rized to umourice D. W. 10,000 nbbeI dO.
,: : Wt\ VIAitiuutnl rue fjr. maxim wlich come from this will-wisher of
the dglit we contend for It seems solo satibfy bun tbit at list he was breathing the I OVTYNX, as a candidate f-.r the ofCce cf Judge cf SOOn bulk Pork ridea. ;
-..' '\! T. B. M'-Mnr'' h-J csreped ; t-ui race :

:: ;an? ' in Jifori :i.i. Ti 4jj
waU Ckfvaitfi 1 harjied non a&d italisl-cd as a bugbear to | the lawless scenes around him \\iil not wit-cti i as their ifjuj-.l. and treat with 2 barrels '

:- crict !i&' :- '"v-> i' re- ; r.eareiy ills right We have aiJ before, I j change Lh faitii in the excellence of llepublieaiiibin. kii Jness respect and attention. They should CS We are authorized to announce DAXIELXcRAENT 2 4 tierces do. Sngar-curcJ Hamj,

air of 1 11qr., as a candidate for the office of prime Rice
: I address them with an authority
and s*3' ojr.5n, that nolxuly r.ffes that a 8tate lie vowed allegiance tu the American never 10 package Brown, Loaf, Crushed, and
We 1 toii.1 Sheriff Leon at the election in Oeiobernext.
jx M"'i tvr ,* avp to amir"rco or as a tnii-ter; nor interfere with domestic County Clarified Sugars,

L IK' i 1, an'' 'o lit! v ..M at lurcre, 1 I4rAil PW cde mertly "at j.lerfcure ; and the flig. conccr.1% tlo emjloyment or discharge cf)!| """\3i WE trc-*authorized-- -to" announce- """"" --"-- 'JOHX- r ILIUIODF..S. 'fX; ) ba.beiCorn, &*. for ale! low for cash

: iu: i- -, L'tI L' : J f-ict that flu r.i.'iy pcct OC? Hain and showers and thum'er are in | c.5 a cano5 iite f>r the cCicc of Tai A'ses.
n-a l I'-TU! '1.-i** c." I J "' i'1 '" 'l1 ta v-' 1 ] actiK wetgcd! by Mr. Webster and bi- xith money in proportion to her husband July 12,1851. 27 tf
abundance tins week. A SOT and Collector fr Leon County, at the election Q -
tWKr'/: U-dnt !'. J It', by t--.<- a-i. |** *' gasty storm on mear>s that she those thirgs in-
1 amen, i is Mifilcioiit to show thai tLc right may procure October next April ltr, 1851. Family Flour. .
01 liu < "i r>J "I". *x. i i:1tt: lie i 4ttttt d TliursJaj, accomp iiit: d widi hrj!, which -nenEabI: to the table and for her personal 71TST received from New
utsd/is au inherent property of her sovereignty. I Orleans 20 barrels extra
Lhi 1wn, lit must have damage! the crops coauderally.OC comfort. Her reasonable wishes should becliecrfclly To the Citizens of Leon County. *J flna family Fli>warranted to keep the samma
: Fbe mast have that lijlit, else under :dl 2 I re-rHCifuly! announce my-itf! a candidate Lr
:.; '.* v. '. "'' i.: : complied with. Temper never BERRY & KOWLE3, Aueuoncers, ic.

f V'l '- :i.'i.J, '.'.-I i j ufgi *-, b niofi clrcauisLiaceti lie unrvlentirig '* compact"i.till : Several communications have been should be f hown at those slight irregularities the off cc of Judge of Probate for the County of Leona July 12, Ibol. 27

;. .so <- \irrfin ur u\u J in the domestic which will the election in October nest.
-ft binds her ; and th se Federalists uitist aiavoi Jubly crowded out. You shall have a arrangements occafeioniy Valuable Tract of Tobacco Land
i% ,i .. vi ti l 0 '. v !'i \. i i tJ liKj !rib. admit I !! occur in jV.-.ilies, nnd are often March If151 JESSE ATKINSON.
she has that else !
rigltt, ttey n tract t:;< hcanag nest week, gentlemen.It for Sale.
iI.t, ;* j .:Miuh{ :Ith *vHvh h" born caused by eerxanls. If the wife be a strong j -

f' ra; ;'u;* ."ii: k I <" itfim nt aued \hv atjguage which says she is no longer bound n.inded and prudent woman, she is her husband's DOLLING BAUER, WILL be sold on a credit of twelve raontlw at

; when the is rin.'a.c4. TTOJlKEY AT L&W Washington County, on the first lion- .
v< c:4uJt4flS(:: ; :' ''1 go 4II wit! *? of ey compact best counsellor, end should! be consult ,
b October
is nf Hula use that Uie student, or the "umcJ the Jay next, 2'JO acres of valuab'e Hammock .
.*, iyr hrv! itt Laucesti: I Now Jt't ,s s"8 how tUe ticn'hel ed i'i iliilicclt \! l Iia been HAVING practice ,
runv: II1 i < one interprets cL-rk of the counting room, makes at evening vt-rv y. :tny a rnn > liii services to the public. Land, belonfrin to tho estate cf John Ferguson, decea ..

teki.pwnuJ e-4' 'jKii I'iiii,} kept Ima for tl i Jliis hu uuge. It is only' an assertion t'lat a long and fcjlitary walk to recall the duties saved fioia ruin by this course, and taany a OrCce at Quincy. August 2, It31. SO 2m >ed. It u situated near tha upper part of Holmes.

fttl\( :: uriw r uf l.i- niikr:! on his legs.T. i one rained by not adopting it. if the hus Valley, about five miles from the Court House,to
when one v1y (or State) breJ the com- and buv.ue-ss of the day ; nr seeks solitude I- Fresh Groceries. which point Holme Creek is navigable all the .
_/ "v -r, 1.' w i.k o !1j Lu'd in A state of i iV. band's circumstances are embarrassed, she year.
that cannot bold i'io others to its jand the Cv-m.-tary to meditate upon death ; "HER Schooner Win R. It is well watered, and well adapted to the culturo .
pact, {arty I Pettcsfrcn New Orleans,
it Jo iLiitioq]
L who
t t-hoitli
: \ : j know it ; as onion are kept in j jj of Tob.tcco, Cotton. Corn, Rice, and
or thai ho walks in direction or ia [ 5'JfjO poutdiIiJdlinsr- Sugar-cane
t ; al t-! ;-i !1.w i." MS in lt)*> nii l-t of the i| f t-rws; -very gftod. Put **tht'3 may eith T |! iunur if he does any not walk in the right any j ignorance of them, often expend money which | 20bairels t.xtra family Flour, Oaly a small ponion of the Land is cleared but *
t. : an''ri\ 4S" f d\ on lii'n at thesan finj-ni it alto< vthcr, or }.roced to a\ ail them- t'a i they x-.oiiid not do if they knew the truth. 43 superfine do. there n about SO acres c.f cleared land, under ftiice, ir
Timai. We rk as a phyMcian, and
t.v cf f inf:>'j '. !.-.- re'.irg! ; hwid was l.iu &;k-ce outs rtscjtlifO How If th t I Nali ppi u. A wie should never be rebuked of chil-! 5 Lard, on which there i is big houses, a well of pond water, orchard ,
*> a moralist. 'JhcJi? is> r. tiu.o for all 2 Rce, A.C on public 'and adjoining It is a huh and .
:: t. ; : JL ; (t tP rCt9t; of j-r. 'i liilcjmon: ; flu riglitful remedy"-is that your things" and fco there i is ccruJrly a time fir hei in company, for any IittL mistakes in 3 hoe Lemon*, hcaldiy] cit'ritioii, and adjacent to good range for cattle
(i; ( r i ? tI [;;*. ''.!i-iit4 roci.'C'd to ] conversation, or ar.y other caus-0. Scrne men and fcoj:<5TrV .
I r.K-dilatiou and thought, but it is not wlic.n 't !ceg> Gofcben Butter.Al" .4; :
i t../: I! t -v e-irtH w ro !h ic had b'j< n *, I toast I It mean& titlier this, by which we un- Jo this constantly, and strike a keener dart at >, .100 b'jstif N Corn. improvement on public land will be sold at tLi
( k for health in exercise wheth-
> : Y r.iJ sz-i' ;. : ict.J, and whence he |Uteretatid tInt a State, thcngli still a member I we K" Study, the fetfhrg of a sen-hive woman than they LEIiRY ii BOWLES, Auctioneers, tc.Angust same time. -
'r i.i the cloFot or in th lie Id. exhaasS andIerc JAMES IL
L'I > \ -\ i iH-i.tl4\ r-i I :rfl41.k TUs crue.- of the l"i.l..R. iuzy annul the laws of that sc the body, a Jteams the nerves w n.hlbya sharp rtbuke in P-.ivate. Anything 2, tisol. 30( Julyl2lSSl. 27 LONG, Executor.8t

v. !i. it t.i'H-i 1l) e-ah-ul .;iO'l t.. restore ius h *altu 1 Uiaon clae il that die State : like aa exposure of ignorance in company Groceries.BUSHELS
; or means may but a hurrah bo\*, and a wiLl fctirnpede
ni-' : 1 ti n. la Itiittoii 19 lis pialv impairs her respect for herself and the onr Corn, Co-Partnership.
tir'grd the com rct and act for herself. stetpla chase over fences and ditches andstont's
:-i i r, iV < vi I h unre-tr med shout and Till
.. : an laugh
( z. : k' I ') ( ) % ::1ir hc i We doubt) net the former construction woull \\ i-t.> khould always rectiie their hus- 1 Ticree Rce.; under fird ct G &. J. "..leirinni.

TB-f ;. l '. .1.i for 1'i\ al, aud .T('i gro .fcly insult the Sai'ind, and as to the lat- sod the spirits 1 Lou:1d1!i .g and leRping through, banils with smiles, make th'ir homes agreeade 40 barrtU Era Flour, GEO. H MEGINNISS.
l'ie' veins and fvnctionof 2 d .zen Champaigns Cidar 1 1S5 .
givcs vigor to every Judy JOS. R AIEGINNSS.
r> <"i I !.:u ) s i 'j-i: oO'js a co idito i i '' tcr we do iot aeo but that it \is as downright the b jdy. Toere i-. n ore life in one Lroad, to ti! *m as possible, and greatfally reciprocate 4 pipe i'M Peach Brandt, -

': -''r- If, ,, L1 ;?. J wfl'jiM! ci'Juuger1: : secession as any we contend for. If the I i i'does'tit bareiiiig: Liugh thui in hour* of mechanical I tlitTr attention*. Thy should study J pipe Conc Groceries, &c.

'I. TJ.j ait'n 'k-s this their wishes with food its i: pipe Malawi Win,
i. i .cn% tj(2 j ro. ** to gratify regard to arid brown Sugars,
"*nnul she can "proceed t-> avail 1'j jI ami itretehing, euch Ss i i-. u ually piacti>e l \Vhiskejs-RJP, Raw. nnd Rectified, and CRUSHED '
lk'-v.' iit j i j.w:;: as to tagkni!: .'{ srUonthe management of the family in Candles.

: :' t :.< Sr \ .1'iuia' Dcii:: Itt uruM'iu I ; herself ff its (the compacts,) remedies.*' W" i i'suppose i'i! bnardiii" ; school, "and the very name of dre -, manner5 and deportnitnt. A w ife should j jneer wintthich every other article I wills.ILW usually!! found for c.h.AiIt.P in the. grocery bu- Sperm Candle, Patent Pearl do..
whici! Calithenie cc I 11 I and technical, Sperm Oil, Linsert do.
.,' l..ij J.o been < a t'.t? tpf)!, rt'id they the reir.c ly hero more pvticularly rule or seik to rule her hu-band, for 2. 1* !I. 30 A. H. FFT.KRL. .
jitinouzhto i chill theb 1 !< oiL Why not fur Burning Flurl, Tanners Oil, .
1 s .1 t.! i 'hg M.JU 'W'Siat it <": J, W such corducts degrades in the estirnaticn of He-fined
: i referred to i<* the United :itatR Supreme Court. : !h' 's ike .'tve the rx or gi i Is ciilbedl : : Groceries. Salaratus, Starch
: :t \ 1 l.o j the bar lli- I ; Cheerful with his wishes Colgate's? N'o, 1, ar.d .
< to oi others. compliance .
cm o 5 ; } Schooner Tallalia. from New Orleans Family Soajn. .
Tltat is Umb$ of of the -1)Ert -ee ,
nough only a one par-1 and cabin d us thy cro ; 11 day by rcitraiul*. Old Brorrn Windsor S"
t 't S. I >n ? tti1dV;: r.onti'ijr, Luwo'er.i in-Iced, tip anticipation of them, should be I 10/JOO {Mvund* tlcar anti nbbed Sides,
< ties end uvtaiu the act of \iolalion. i it o: e hc.ur at least for a f Et.-ad of Musk and F.ose
f : rump Soap.
i- i ( t>i\ei! :n the Un-1 OJr>ty nuiy ccr.Jtar.tly studied. All altercations and artr 4 tierces Sugar cured Ham*,

t '.. i .', i 1:1 i v. l\: ..ecr Fiat he ir ig .t This certainly does not lender the unlaled| matchifiir them about in jl.itoonr, and tu!>- m nts lendinc; to ill humor, mu'-t be avoidI 2 da do; dm smoked Beef, White Superior Wine Florida Vinegar Tdlase5, I
jertin them to a \vrisemnc, monotonons 2 bores BiuTilo Tongue
-and M..K. hi a can .- ,, v"i 1 (wi-nia prerunie ; compact an uti\olated one. If the Court be- j I j v/' before Ftrangers or in private. 25 barrel Pickles, in quarts and half gallons,
let loose in the extra family Flour
I drii; ,
1 v.hy are they not ojn j Rock Salt for Stock: ic. &r.
1 ,
a j e.r: l? comes a ia breaking the it f 6U;: da superfine do.
jmrty compact, And
to frolic like colls in For -ale! G.
; permitted by i J. MF.G1NXISS.
'. > \ !! t' llconi 't oit.1wheic pasture ii..out' real lor them.U 1 Chirified
iv ) : any cau e -- hogshead Sugar, .Tnlv 1?. ;
.csjmut be &ad! that for this reason dm compact natural and I Ue- 5f 27
j an manner "
t> ir.4'.t' Lt' l'o..Ud.s: a t-u'k co'det ; :\es should! not interfere in their b'ibarid'sI 1 do. Brown dx

\.t..J oihr wai&tJ.Ut lo C c&rii&d Liitjc I is not broken. Fut if it is broken, s-.y i\ cause liny arc "young ladies," end to romp I busi.'ieis urrltss! their ad\ice is particularly 2 barrel* Crushed da Dry Goods &c.

; : .. ,IU'f IC Ct bU found.L ;Daii5 I anJ Joseph, the States nre 1:0: lorrern i h inconsistent wuh the dignity and proprie- fti-kid. They should never speak of their difference 2 3 boxes barrels Lxaf ilt-ssRtf do. O N hand an-1 for sale bv the subscriber--* : .

T t.<* P'I rstrn-i; of t'e j (j'ovemor liav bound by it le it not the inevitable conelu- j 1tfi oflidie! !!, whether young or old,-very of oj tnion, nor of the feelings and imperfections : 3 do. :No., 1 Mackerel i'4 and 10-4 Brown anJ! Cleached sheeting,.

'-tr uuLt i., iiuLfuti: h-e! fer.trh for hm,1iut : will, then let them remain: ladies and growiah' j of their! husbands c\en to their 4 da Leaf Lard New York Mills Lnns Clolh.
slim that here is assertion of the
: English
L sn right of and thin and tallow and feeble, and Lons Cloth-Cambric jhirSirgs.
100 bushels White Ccrn
is not vo be r k looked friend" Tor of all
f.iuad. 'aia bt- most iriiimnte in spite the Uro. and bleached
Uj 'peceswon Mr. ,'> 'nc'? outlive 600 do. Mixed daP.RRRY Set Island shtting
Yes is crooked and let them die
() tn n ligl-t tou or nnny
'r tbwiinder. mi.ious to the jiifclVave pkdgrs given to scc-ccy, these things will & ROWLES, Auctioneer dc. Irish linens frun 33 cts to 1,25 per jd.
taimitt cJt'ar t! at while it | deaths in an exit>teucc of ceaseless Fullering! I !, Linen Cambric Hdk'fs! .
d < denying
iti him Or ratr j you are oWigedE I oon lieconie known to a numerous August 2, lt51.! 30 turn 12 j to 30 c .rv

i: t? Wa inutcd out of the use language that concedes its existence. t CaiMheii--s! may 1 3 very uetitccl, aid: rornpina 'I'his is a very commcn mistake, arid many an Reviere. hem stichtd and -crrllfd bordr'd.
but tlu.t is the business Tiic Fire linen. Long lawn,linen Cambric. .
1'' e y I : very ungcr.tecl, of Conway, Mass. thd'ii.
h'jsband is the
You that is not but uriHi'pectii'g object eryirnprrjicr Cambric Jaconets and Suis Muslins.
msy say light light, yon 1 the of *
of tlwc who attend to propric-ties"
ITTE in ort xrhh pleasure the folio-win. letter From
remarks. Wives should, at everyoiportui.ity ; Curtain Muslins from 12i to Sorts. pr.jd., striped
Ce1ebratio. cannot say without coatradictiag jour'selfl file, and not ours. H is our business to teach cultiinte! their own n.ind, that I the Conway Tool Company. It show* clearly and Embroidered.
U -rc u-"r-' that calisthenics ia the shadow and that the faith @f the pubhc ua Rith's Salamander ALSO
\1': %a c4itnd they Safes luis not been
(TI: tu I1K i b th subptancc oflaltby eercisWith may nji.-pluced : Damash Table Liut-n. Fro. Linen Table CIctfci ,
.,. U. o aemprance Lukocejvbnlijja I I f/CrTlsa:: Cobb) osgans in Georgia, abetted 1 mrchan- epeiiditurcs they ihould nmcn.ber the vicis- CONWAT, M. 5 July 14. IRS I. Fumilv! Linen and Phnter'j Drilling.Cottnnades ..
$: & ge fiplezidid OJ1f" ; thi? qualification, that when angular, rtudos oflif', and not incur expenses that res. RofT Stcarus & Co. successor. to C. Rich ie alL bv tha Scnltnd here, arc determined to make ical, formal motions and attitudes can be i convcnietit Co. 116 Water street, New York :-Gentlemen-To Huckaback Diaper. .
M tjq : or injurious. They
: CI1Lxch, a boaor of' i McDonald and his supporters DLsumonists, made entertaining, they aLo will become int' may pro\e life think trifle your inquiries) n>perrtin the fate of the Salamander d-tick. Richmond Stripes. '
shoUld in-domestic nothing a
: awM'wsao-: Oak (Jrove DhisJon.auoi exact bubbtantiul mooes of oxerJ S.iftIvo., S.S'H, puroliased of you through Mes'rs. ih's Molirtise &c. .
whether proportion '
ie ci or no They arc not satisfied that which may interrupt its harmony or give real Ain.. Bryce t Co.. it is perhaps fcuCcient to Fay, that Costs' Spool Cotton.
OJtflrso; Leou and Thomas be shall bold himself one poiition, when it cse. It i ia thus that archery gymnastics, nneaMnt( ss. If dijcscd to economize in theirlouse.Lo'.d I am at pntnt writing on paper which was ii the Marshall'* fine black linvn thread on tpool.
assembled ia : tlifT'-iiug hot greatly front calictlienic' in form Safe at the time of th" dr-trucuon of our Hianuf irtrv- -ALvA -
urge uambcrs at should do it
affairs at
anan thty? nexer
suits their tactics to him in anolher. -
: carij j.arty place have the advantage in fact, in the iriiulali.-n Iby tire ori tie morning of the llth unt The Safe few cheap chair

tCr Loar.aail many of the fairest dacgh- :, He is not uticcre, they think, \\n J \\hich they inspire to excel and the excite- the expense of the poor womsn who are in wa:"on tlie lower floor of a three story building eon- Common rocking chair*. .
ofti! 8eetioaof Honda and ; their cmoymcnt[ the seamstress or tho laundries. tuiiiinjj ci-it-idcrable quantities of sras-oned bt-ith timber High post Bed steads. .
their 301tev1enceI ; ting to the will of tbc peopla as declared in mont and jjeasure consequent! upon lliis J oiiie women are parsimonious to the niul it wan at a red heat \ len it fell into a bed Wash stands &.C., &c ,

zeal ta the cause bj t) u1ici.P .. I i Convention ; bat even if be i is, there has been I While luilitary drill is uudo jUasurahle by extreme in the wages they allow, only to boextra8gInt of live hard wood coals, in -nhuh it remained imbedded G. t J. MEGIXNISS. '.

w? with tie Sam ia tJi8 ceremonies of I i the pomp and litcum-ntiTice," by the Llalof and wasteful in their about three hours, when it was drawn out. and, Julvl2.1551. 27 tl
no absurdity like it from the days of Noah own personal -
tbe day.Tiic llic bugle, by the stirring notes, of the fife a* f=<-< n a* practib'e'! opc-neA The Ivatlu bnlings
down. To their minds, douUlcs, it does expenditures. Tl.ia is an offence which (>f the btn ks were heated by the stt-am. and some of Valuable Lands for Sale.HAVING .
and hr of the
and drum te
and the noi-e >
soreral Diviaoas wiiich were present 1 absurd for it is characteristic ,; will bring upon any family in which it is permited l e Japer* were foine\vhat stained ; but not a single purchased all the Lands cf the Cf ni
I jseem very fj artillery. All these, caiUthwrics! seem to
orid i sooner or later, retributive justice. jrarticle of jnjr in any boi.k wa" injured, and as the Crtta wici! tr Chatfahoo
proccsbioa at the Chwch, andia1c4id J ifodcralim not to respect the will of the pco-, lack, and we protest nguiiiit its inttoductinri nt a Mngle mark on any loa=m japer, whctlier made clue Land Company, I wifl\\ sell) privately until the

Oe uIumn to a hau&u1 grove, il and its into school*, became while it occujiits'the 1 bv n pen or pencil, is defaced. \\ e eonider the Safe second Tuesday in October next, or on thai day by
plo as highly as ought; cannet eaid! little churly-lnrtidcd boy of
e Uij ? Were it does not full the Indications of Useful "Llrry, a in onc tioii lm\iig pa Mfl through one of the petre public sale! at Chatlahoochie, the following descrf*
% : jgjg prcpired for jjjC occa. help being provoked to witness others be1 some 11.e yeirs old, "isn't Sam Sladc a \ &t tests to which it coulil lave been put, and we bed Lots: -
"J- (? tflECing! was oncued bv iingiv ill.i exercise.-lljcchmgc jxijxr. burster I""Why need not assure >ou that we rejoice at its puce-: .- IN GADSDEN COUNTY.No. .
obedience to that .
t 'I'erance Od. aiiI prayer by 1ev. itU | ing ?" We will forward TM. the burnt Safe,and in the mean 1 and 2 in f-ae Sec. 32.containfns 2CCJ acre,
1LOu1 Thy Iiosslon Commonwealth Charley
'artr44P( & ueiuit4t( time, Find u! another of the sr.ine size and pattern, SV1andW..ofSE4ofS.c3.
d to O Cre tviIon tuner !Vfl3 prEsent i Ozr Tlie mail contractor, Mr. \riighf, in frtatcs, that Wednesday evening "Uecauso; the grammer says, positive bus fur immediate we Yours, respectfully, S Jot Wof NEJof Sec33.T4R6NSc

:. With zn fornis u ; that sure enough we are going to one of the e-ditoml fiate-rnity of that comparative buster, and I did sec him give Ci-nway Tool ('ornpaiiy-A. PARKER, Agent Lot No 1, &th ff a Stc in fractional section 5. *

f "-v JJILS l artridge, u 1 lietiall ol such buss." Liz/y fainted. An >rtimiit or 'uriotis iizcs and pattern?, with NVaadNE.cfSec4andNwof&c3 .
: a
"* of t' I have a daily mail to this place, commencing city took the hand of a fair lady in arriape: you a posiihc .
J 1L " rH of Ue Division by Mr.! Jeirydo ofndttuefln I Monday next. Tbc two lines, one through whoso cootutnc was an elegant white satin street, New York. Iff JACKSOX COUNTY.
1 u-ho Bloomer. It was neatly made, fitting snugly An examining committee about to test the ALiTOX ROFF, N E 4 and E j cf N W J of Section SO. i
and the other Thomabulle
JJm <.fMif.J rerilpj' rnot Ja.nrjy to Quincy through around the waist and close up in the neck, capacities of on individual for school teaching JOHN O. btEARNS, flofSE1ardSWkofSE1oec25T4, .

r d 1L3 meeting was then meet here, these j.laces receiving their mails the spencer opening in front like a naval officer's put the following questions : A. S.MARVIN.Anut,151. R7NandW.

1e1, b3'llev Anderson I Vele-r, Kev. Sarnwoodbary as before vest and interlaced a Ia Swiss moun At what period did France produce her SO Cm Lots, 3,4and 5 of frac Sec 30, nnd lrt ,bein r

Mr. John Potter and Rev.T theNoffracStc31cfT4fl6aad'ycon.tainin .
''tr.Urtn I taineer. Sleeves flowing, white kids, white greatest general i" Look out for Fifty Dollars. S7I ace
JSPf who teveraraddrcsses elicited rJJero: i cnoof tho billigercnt scnli-
LC4! <5 satin slippers, hair done ( lain with! a wreath At what period," pausing and scratching I MAILED a Fifty Dollar Note on the Bank IN DECATUR COUNTY,GEORGIA.

I ajjLtUS. < a1j insvired: the hens cf merits of ihe Madison Union leir, given on of orange flowers over the brow, and a long his bead, at what-oh ? you've got incsure. Charleston, S. C, en the 12th of June last at the Lots No 419 and 420, 21st District, cdutainlsz
nce with rcnuwod zeal iu tlw Jlincral P. O. Columbia
Springs Florida
; cause the fourth of County 3011 acres.
? July : bridal \eil flowing from the of the .
jhich they arc cnptged. for 1'ngcs\-evberry District, S. C, for which I Note.-There is a small 1
foe dceuD.r then adjourned to the dinner lI"/7cI72.-lucli as 3Tan rnny long for bead over the shoulders. A beautiful description Well, was it before or after Crist'! have a certificate. The letter went raSp, minus the Count?. in Gadsden

Shere all Ulliteti p'acr, yet all delight in having lair \\ otnan of a beautiful affair! '4 Before or after Christ I before or after money, as I hare been informed. No. 88lt-ttf B, Most cf this land n Very ferlile.and tttll V.
in and did j adapted
I!! Jificastins in arms.M -well old horses, jou're got mo again cer- yiavable to K. IL Sap or bearer, Cliarlestoh, S. C. 2d to the culture of Tobacco, Cctlon. and Corn
dirt jubUce lo one of tho ,best of jjajjecu l A fellow boasted he had taken twenty-five tab ?" October, 1819, A. O. Rore. Cashier, II. W. Conner, any person \tuhinjr the whole of the land in either To

t after: which they bit the gioum!. in Newark, New Jersey, on the same day drinks of whiskey at a shilling a glas, and President, endorsed oh the back IL K Putriance, Fla. County,I would Bell a bargain. .It i is situated on I h..

; I>0sUbe! humor with "alltlJO ctM! was given the following: he intended to run the number lo one hundred is the Any information rrlatirc to said bill that will Uad to River near ChattahoocHe, at which place a map r
up br: Why lover popping question "
atlc a the detection of the the ffl be
<*tc.f j-nrlointr or mcney, t he land can be 8een and J i.
ITt P'11rce mankind, anti tho Su\ (I "Tho Women-in tho revolution they before bed time. It would not take like a tailor running a hot ooio over a euitof thankfully received, and liberally rewarded. ''he lit of Augustft 1' caa H addressed Culumia ontil%

ud the Indki of thQ L1 ijI i freely gave up their tea-now they shall not such a fellow long to swallow a dozen houses IL E. PURVIANCE. Gi. The title are (b lime &t )

'CUt. go Mitaout their toast." and several farms. clothes I Kccause ho is pressing a suit. Mineral Springs Julr* 2 ., 1851.a* *89 Afc It Julv t&-'. 2t3 bl.JOIl. C. RL'E. _, -,'. ,

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: ; Amendments to the A. E. MAXWELL. M. D. fAIT. To\vle dt cgal btcttitititiit Qulncy Male and Fcxnal Cace

CONSTITUTION OK TIE.1ATCOFF'T.OT1)A) MAXWELL & PAPY, on hand,and are Florida. milE next scs.ion Commence on
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, HAVE assortment of new buildinc! ; immeJi- In Chancery. July ith at whc1i tj it
r.'f Gold Lever Hunting the Post Otllce, lucre CIRCUITJEFFERSON COUNTY. iue ; Academy wnl be rad fr the
ami >ntin > MIDDLE rc'
: Ainptrtl *v thf Fi'/M Gti' a .Itfinby j T.tLLAHASEF., JLOEIUA.Fi School. PtMu f
Gold Anchor Lever : : unless ,
,fi in rr iif .irticc? Xli, Urcttoii 'J?, professionally Philips, ) F.ftkicnt and f.uihtal
it fflittC'AC finttm, *( Iruary P. 1 f-51. 5 _ _ Silver Silver L Anchor' er Hunting Lever 7. 1850. 35 r,. > Bill for Divorce.Mdvina several Iel.Lrtnents. Teachers Tb, tnstite-sure cm

CHARLES W. DOWNING R-bcrl Philips. ) -ithi an exten.ive Chcniieaj
, GINS. IhjI-
of the Court, bj
.g ACTloamenJthc KleventhClaweof tie FidhJVrticleof ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Gentlem-ii's anti Ladies' of the Co- 1 appearing to the satisfaction that Rtibut Philips, cmaiieai yiparatiw, a well '.elt-rt-J LLra. .
Proprietors aiulavit made in this cage,
this and
j I !ieC n-titutio! cl State ; Ear sod valuable Cabinet ,>f Mineral5. and
"f Finger .
0, ; la atnenJ An Act atncnditory of Jhe T \ellthCiau Tallahassee F1cria.r ortment Ke\8 Ft'banJ Ve t Chains. have the sat- Defendant, does not reside in this State, but in the number of student from abmod hatS -* *

j: ; of Ihe Fifth' Aitieleot the Constitution olthi : Office at the UapitoL Pencil,Gold Pen".Gohl> and patioits ai.d the Plan United States, in parts unknown, so tint the ordinary necessary that mIre ample ac ren1iTPd i
q State, > J adopted bv the Third and Fourth March 15, 1W1. 10 tf cheese, Collar and P.osojn Cotton growing re- process .f subp
1k General Assemblies, so a to give the Election ol Shell Card Car, Gold and to supply any number // is I'irrefLre Onlrrnl, That said Defendant Robert more extensive plan! than the a furl-apr boarding

? Jntizt-K to I he People \7. G. II. DAVIS, Fan", Silver and Buffjlo Gi.\s. Philips, appear and answer the Rill of Complainant been erected anti are now tnder Inc w
f l\e Sfnate cud once used, it wou'd filed in this cause within thre f months from *
1. Jieit rnarlfd ly ATTORNKY: AT LAW, AI-50, French Mint K- Principd. Boanl may al-ao lie SJj'1 of
SECTION Mamilactuerstoay! thi Order said Bill will
of the Stair of FloriJain the first publication nf or 'sith
.,I f Representative* That the Etf V. taken up his abode at Tallahassee, and will Trays, PhleJ aid Silver V..ue feel confident Inc ma- be taken for confessed agiinst him. respectable families in the place The pree
I t (leneral.lssrmblyconrcncil.thfFiith: Article of the ('otiIItutjtifl HAS I in the Courts H the Middle Diiliict, Spoo'i Plated ';','ans. Foik such perfection, that At Chambers, TalUhaWe. June 20, IS5;. varies from ?S to $10 per month. For burtkr o
enth Claiweof oi Franklin aid Jacks Counties.Mtrch ille* Platnl Wrtiter*. do. Tea itI nccmmer.d them, & ticulara re-pectins rate of tuition -
entitled An Act toamend and n J. WAYLKS BAKER: Judge, .c &e *
$ of thi* State: anl! aUo an Act stick Solar Lamp Silver a Catalogue, 'wLt ii be 1
r.iav byaV *
theTvwItth Claw*" I the Filth Article ol t>, I-.5)< y now in U"e. Foi the June 21, 1MI. 2t 3m ) .
double baneiled
I i fine
: not ntd the NSTEWAIiT
.' the CouplitiitiouoJ this State, to that the Ju-1e< of PROSPECTUSor; aid Fb k*. fine u cki-t reputation the Pro Qiuncy. June: 1, 1831. 25 I'rneiF&k
I bold 1 their ofike fur the In
Couitnthall Chancery.GADSDEX .
ths Circuit Poit Folios, Violin, the FIRST Premium
". ; term of eight years instead of during Rood behavior ) THE zors, Strop &c. the BEST GIN ex- CIRCUIT COURT. Madison Male ACadC.T
and the wamc are hereby, sa amended a* THE SOUTH.npilE y
Best and general *
held A lanta ('acer-
at School
viz That on the first Monday Ar Cn\JIBERS, Tallahassee, July -1,1S51. cominenee its$ t'5)flJ
read as tollows, : Publication
IB ui.1ersigncda: Committee ol enJ. kr.. &c.
in October, in tht year one thoy'an I eiLt, hundred thepirt of the Mu cozee and Rmll Agricultural Seplemher'2S,1S50. Culnnibns Georgia Agricultuial and at the Genoa C. TownseuJ, 1ra. itt r the ihirecticn of Mr. F. I.. ILttflGr
and and oathe first Manday in October ; >- Bill for Divorce. MONIAY. JaTy I Rh, anti terminate on i )
; finy-three S >eiety, respectfully in\ ito public attention to Institute, at ci
> cenitcr 11th.
( : every sis i vear< thereafter, there shall be elected' by the fnliowinu Prospectus if a Moutlih Jni n31tn be Bonnets Muse Gins re- Catharine L. Townsnnil. )

theqUAlilicJ electors of each of the respective J.ididal published in I his city, tiudci the au-si>ices of the a- TUST received a gene I tie on exhibition held: in TT aipeauing; toihe satisfaction (,f the Court, by RATES OF TUITION.
Circuits of this% Slat.- one Jndje ct the Circuit I affidavit in this cause filed, that Catharine L.
bore named Association. .I Slices Sprii'sr 'mil at Fair where For Spelling; Resulin-! Writing Arithmetic
C urt, win* halt ri'iidc in the Circuit for which he The -Aoik will he devoted to the interests cf A% cik! .lenny Liud Hats, Gints! hn"e eviry been exhibited. Touisend, the Drft-ndant ii: this cane, resides be- prajihv, per sexsp-n. anSI GftvTIu
be elect fl and continue in ofiice for the teitnof ond the j iri-sJictiun cf this Court, and out cf the **
may Eieuhluse 6fldhIitlCultI1reI.metie and floral F.COII- Pearl Lejrliern, Panriuannd posseii numer- } above, with En-UVh} Grammar. cnrnj.
ei\ vear* liotn and lt< r the fist day of January I (Hnv. Under thco several heads, will bt included Spiig'x and Wreaths (white ) |( Cotton Rrr.kus C's in- State of Florida: tint,. HUtcry,and Exercises in Dilution }' <
8-ieceednu his election, unless sminer removed t It is Ordered, That the said Defendant do j iei
next jail that concerns the culture of Crops, the improei wl.ite atul cohwe.l Flr ; of Gotten appear sew.ien.
-. undei the pnivUi"iw made in this Coristituimn for i melt of the Soil, Ihc management cf the Farm, the raiilcttlmi'l Sun Phii'le of the Gins, plead, answer, er demur to the said Bill at Complaint llu Latin and Creek Langcngca ami JUtl rj
ofJu.Ig n by addiess or impeachineittAnd : uithi'. three months, or said Bill \\itl betaken 'e
use reiaoval Garden the Orchard, the Flower Yard thellmnekceper's white matics
leasablecause and Cap Ribbon., bLick, I them, cannot be ex- per Session,
for wiltul netfltvt of duly, or other I I Department. I In t their connexion For Pale by toifescoandthatthi4 cause he set f>i hear The price of tuition to be pail in 20
which Jull not be fciiUicieut grouad: for mi- at the next term < f the Circuit Court for GaJ- atlrance.
$ : I with t the interests ol I the Soil, t the other i iiHustrnl h April 10. 1S51. to our travell rp ing Sladison, June 21, Ih51. 2t
iieachment, the Governor chill runme any of them Pursuits of the laul, will icccive their appropriate : to Ihe Proprietors by den County in October next, anti (that this Older be -- -- 4
t e r. oa the aUreks ef two-third* of the Genei A>seiaItly attention. Corn I attention. Gins published in seine public newspaper printed in thi* Groceries. I
: : FfoviM.ltotff'ecr. That the cause, orcauses, The "Soil of the South" will be under the editorial Flour, ; and State, once a wttk (lor three months, and! that Com
hall be stated at length in such address, and enter- "Upi-iiisien of Charles A. Peabcdy. Et-qr., and nPnEuiKic:: igi'el ha' \' t cour.try, war- plainant take testimony in the caue. 30 TJARRHLS superfine fitn.iv Flcr,

cJon the JctiriuUot( each : ./rOVitedfUrt/t(1\ Col lanes M. Chiml: ,i-r. Mr. Peabmly has been for 1. Orleans an increased ) DUTTON, Aent. j. WAYLKS BAKER, a tieret-H Sugar cured Hamt,
That the cause, or causes, fehall be to the ticles true -Attest, 4 casks Shr uWer ,
j wo \ear* connect id with the Agricultural Pressand : 1S51. 5 copv
3ude eoiutendvil to be removed ; and he shall tadmittKl s equally dtitiuihied: l a> a Practical and Sciei.tificFanner 6i> bbl*. extra Flour, 40 ly R. C. LESTER, Clerk. :CO(, barrel Ohio }l"ur-superfinn

t' l 1(1 a hearing in defence, befere any and Gardner. Col Chambeis is one ol the 1 5J tack* Corn, 1 2 sale low by July 5. IS">I. Q<*> 2m 1 tierce bngZed Hams,

k vote for such removal &hall pas; and in nuchcaiesi, m'>s>' ititellist-n' aid! the vote shall he taUen by seas and uay, and entered They will be a.i-ttd i by an able corp of Contrib'i-: 1 barrel Lard, 1 In Chancery. TOO sack Salt,

on ths Journals of, each House, nstectiey.! los. antu the jiactical Pai niers and l'lantcrs of the 2t() keg 4 assorted sizes, MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF F'LRlIA-IN GADS- Butter, Western and G *Itcn, Molasses' Jtf,
SEC. 2. licit furfur ,acted.. That eaid election oil 1 lio obcutl Sugar, 4 Liquor r.f all kin.!..
., ,. ,_ r -J-
.. j, -.j 1.- "- -
? .4- Each number will contain sixteen pa es tjnnrto 1 lox Bi- -fT 'iwes, 1 JiM received lv sdjoc>ner E. Ramnr.1. am! ..?
which hei caller ,
the prescribed, or may CHAMBERS June 21 A. I D. 1SS1.Elbert .
nauu'r: n-nv ,
size with low by
t Mickenl
law (br the election of rnemHrr to printed new Ippe; on superior while paper, C J I.U-N..1 2 *. A. ILfELKElL
: i lie jJi-ebcrtbed by it be the of the Cuvirnortoinsue and furnished to Kiilwiihcts at tl'e rite of One Dol- J dozen jir; Brandy Sarsapanlla Johnson, } June H, 1831. 23 tf
shall duty ,
.. Cflngresu; s i lar per annwm, which uu; ii he paid in idvance. 2 I li: rrIf M I..iti'inir&ljela / r7. V Petition for Divoice.Appj -
cwmmission, under th seal ol the State, : : Stretcher, and Log
I a onrec.eiviuathe bigbc. nuinbei of votes j rPt Ma feis are authorized to act a> Agents. PIE I FRUIT. l'i"kt I-. SiP ) Johnson. ) Fresh Groceries.
luthe : ;
pei and they may i'tain! in their hands twenty-five uistmiy! fnmiti in a Gn-eery N the petition filed in this cnu e, and "
4 in the Judicial Di tiict in i whitU the election i isSEC. ;per ) f.00 llw. ( reading oeTinoner E. TJamnnr from New Orle
had.I rent ol all ih-cripliop collrcicd by thora, or if ?ac tin ti'rm 3. fit il furtlrr entitled That whenever they ;prefer it, a copy of t the Ui'ik will be s-ent to citv. Call nnd see for yours ; Thermometers the Court that the Defendant resides beyond the SOOO Swjjar-cureil Shoulders."HER .

the r.-e Slmc Yolk, limits of the S'ate of Florida, to wit: ia the Sliate 21uO .' family Ilanis,
font with four dollais.iCf .
>r inCoutt, r Cha-icery t curt, under the provt?. names : Willow V.aigons of Alabama : 51)0) '4 Ieef;
JiMisot this Constitution, thC Judges thereof shall} ( All Communication, niut (be addressed, pot Tiays, Brooms It itthtrffort Ordered, That a hearing be had in S5 Icvrrels Mess Pork,

: Jje elected in I he manner provided in th.firsl section paid, to Willinn I II." Ch.mibeis, PuMisher of The COOPERS ,t WHEEL (;Jlue I :Madder, this ca.;*? at the I'all Term, 1531 nf the Gadsdcn 10 Syrup
: Columbus
Soil of the South, ,
ot'thid at, and shall hold their oflices for the same J A nii-t txeellfut Rail Road Snuff Circuit Court : 5 '4 No. 1 Mackerel,

lena, and be subject to all the provisions of i-aid n' Ieerijon I tS R.VAN A. LEONARD WARn, )V Committee rf nien <'t above trades, .! car.e 1 tine Salt, J'roviJrJ, That this Order he published in one of lot extra cn l superfine Flour,

: Pi-atU 'l hoiccrtr, That the Jui1g-s oj 1 the J. E. IHTiT! ous and wHlni to v.-r.rlt f>r i and Wax Candles, the newspapers prinlf in the City tf Tallahaee :2 cask Rice,
> Publication.
Court fhall be elected by ticket ; \ thai for for the -pice of three months previous to the Crt 5 Rio C'lfffO1
Supreme Columbus Ga 20 Ibit. \vor>e UICM for thin Toilet, bag ,
April 3tn
and the Ju Izes of the Chancerj Court shall b' elected cf coming M Letnc.n Srnip. CIcre* lay' of the said! term.J. 1 2 barrels White Bean,

0 hy general ticket or b> Districts, as the Legislature NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE May 10, If.M. ; Pine Apple Checte, WAYlVES BAKER, Judge, i.c. S 4' F.iic Ilwrainr,
A true -Attest,
dircet.I copy
may 10: boxes Star CutJle3,
SEC. 4. Be it fmrtcr rr.actcil. That ;h with the usual Lard
cither the Chancery cr lIE MiWrilwr has opened n central CLOTHING! good as- June2S,1S51. 23 3m
in Supreme,
occur T 5f > bus-Lels
) vacancy and FURNISHING CASKS SIDES. in the Dry Oo Circuit Court by death, resignation, reuiotal, orotherwise ESTABLISHMENT inclo.t 8 to
100: Fran fr Cow
it shall! be the duty of the Governor t, South of Mc'sr Lois& Anivs, vlirj-e he is n.wopening 2 Shoulders, SadJkry, =;.
Line Jefferson Circuit Court.IN 4 barrel* ebrifiwl Sonar lot
2'J (tii-rces ( perervj,
Mll s.l.-ted l Isrt11It 'I f )
I2e a writ election to fill Mich vacancy, and lit ; a < ropenor and
khall give at least sixty days' notice thereat b> hionable I READY! I -MADE I) CLOT!I I NG Miitinl to 4 li-c-head.- N. 0. Fancy Articles. CHANCERY. BERRY & KOWLES, Auctioner's, k

clamation, and the Judge PO elected to till such \a- the geain, ooi) .i-tinpr in part COATS. VESTS aid f liarrds M.,la; se*, ( vvetk.) Paul Ulmcr, Executor tf John A. Cuthbcrf, tecd.! .Tme 14, I5!. 23 tf

c nc\ snail continue induce from the time he ijiialifiM PANTALOONS of various st>les and qualities;_ 20(I barrel* extra Flour, against

"wader his commiVMon, \\hich tltall be i.sied xrhitc and fancy ccKcd SHIRTS, nil qualities ; Silk So Suptifine James Gadsilea.Eitzvi ii jam HynlsalKarid the widow PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY,
immediately uH T the fiul: canvass of the %ote# hy Mi,and Cotton T'nder-sl iit*and Drawers; Gloves, 2:_i kecs; ].ar-1 )iurrta! and heir ot John A. Cuthbertdt-ceased. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,

which lit* retnrn i is djtern.ineJ : /Voric/ti//itftwrtr, Ilosi.Ty. Silk ad Linen Handki!:, rchirf*, Stocks. Summer June 7. li ol. -2 frem Brig TJra- motion cl Complainant, and it appearing Capital. Stock, $3'-ioooo.:
That should it become necessary to till any s-ich vactticv Tie- Su&jH'iid- Money tehi.i.ljer Braee UPON alfiibvit to satisfaction that defer.dants
bore an election can be held under the pto- 1'ure. Pocket EooV Ciiirls.
'iaion t! <,this Constitution, the Governor sl.all have TRUNKS. CARPET HAGS; and! YA- rMlEu'idemirnei'.huviiij i ; 11 vend the limits ci the State of Florida, the one in i prepared to take ri-ks nptia-t Fnr rn built

-: Ihe power l to fill such vacancy by appointment, and LICES. U MRREI.L: tether with a large a*? rtincut JL a competent and x'ci : Sc. South Carolina and the other in New Yorkso that mg' ana tLcir cfntcnts, on the me-n i tiveralle ternu.

the person so appoinjed shall hold his oflire Irom the of Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c., all of, and bring i Soap, the ordinal> process of this Court cannot be serttd F. 1L 1LAOG, Agent
date of his commission until his successor thall be \\hicli will be sold chwij) f.-r ca-h. ; TilL-Jjasce.Iunc7. 151. 2?
) approved and i irqti-ile I f.-nns i I 1 t I upon them :
djjly elected and anal ited. W. T. MITCHELL.TnlliLi [ \ Sugar, li L OrJfrul That be made
Icit ion: of C'laitns h\_ ro \cr5 | l refcrf publication
SEC. 5. BL it jnrthir rmicleJ, That the second section of jid art to amend the twelfth clause ol the Florida said defendants Gadsdf PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN
4. ces upan the United tale- see, requiring ,
Constitution ot this State, and adopted by the third Southern Mutual Life Insurance Cciapaiiy Orliccrs and soldiers of : anl! R rdsall to plead an. wer. or dr-nuir to the Bill Gf>vfrnrr of J'loMt.Z .
n3 tourth General Assemblies as aforesaid, be and of Louisiana.TTAYIXG of the IiiJian wars >ince i '. 4tc.{ Ac. of Complaint oa or before the first Monday in September
the same is hereby: abolished ; but it is i hereby provided been a Ph iin-J A gent for l the above Cumpinyanil ty Land und.'r the late .Act mid for sale by next : ::? pz; "TT7IIEREAS, It Las been rand known tofiS
that the General Assembly shall, by the concurrent it -* tie that 21 murder wa recently POT25S2tA -
it OUMOND. *
: deeniing to .li
unneeo.-wiry rtjfe vices rendered, a ruodeirte Prodded, A copy of this Order be duly published
vote of the two Houses thereof at its next imp<,rtiiice ami advantage of the mutual iiujincejirinrijile : charged, upoadclivcrv of 11 for four tm/nths, os herein directed, prior to thesaid : mitted in the County if Madison, lv w*
regular %1MjiIfl, fleet come person to fill the vacancy I wouM epeptfiilly solicit thi coi! i which willorrur by expiration tithe term of ojJIcef I the citi/cns of Tullaha trut Jud e who may draw the two year term. nn. I reliii\-c to itcan be obtainwl by"callin :he March 29, 15I. A true copy-Attest, y;. 4Cr1hp provisions of said ficond section, which is ul.-rriber. S. S. C. G. FIFE, Cleik. the State aforesaid by virtue of the authority vK4iu
: herein above declared to he aboli hereby offer a reward rf One Hundred
GBMCI. \* EMSI.V.-Paswl the Senate Dollars for the npprehen.-inii) nf said King 1. ami!
1 by the .on titiir.inil majority, December I 13, 15J.) THE TKTJE MEDICINAL NEW YORK. his delivery! into the cu-toa'y of tie SlierJf i>t aJ
: ::4 Passed the Unn.

q $ Wina1 ,nty, D 'ccraber 23-laiU.) COD LIVER- Oil- !- SPRING TERM, 1S51. Jfem.-Sai.I Kin: i* about Sv> ft-et ten Irenes high,
SEFUL in th, October 12, |IS.-,(). 4iJ and fur a1e by Lau blue ( i 1J.5 tollMIbs.
J u cure rl j S rof i. Conjunction, & 0. M. Williams, ) light dep eyes Wfiich roar
[No. a.] GoutKneumitUm, Asthma, ttronchitis.Cou, OKMOND. F, Atadimfnfc| In talking shows LU teeth ery plainly mbicli
.. J. ACT to anirnd the Seventeenth Clause r.f f the and all di-m-es ut l the Chf-t us d L'nus. A tuppUol 2ETNA 11 Charles A./F.gertc.n.. ) Assumpit ?500.npll are decayed. Not very duent in couvtrraticn and ka

Fitth Article: of the Con ilution ol thi< S ate.Seunow this val-iuble medicine H j-nt received, which is HARTFORD, ?: diffiidant ami all others interested in the rather a"guilty look.

1. J> U tnncteil by the Senate and warranted pure, and of very superior pi.dity.Forsleby : BUILDING'', tocks, and -L above, will take notice of the commencement In testiinuny wjiereof, I have I.crcctto set my
flavre of HfprKsenlatives of the Stale of Florida LEWIS &, AMC3 hss b\- the sul crilicr. imme- thereof and plead to the same according to law. I ban.! an'l cart-ed ti> I* affixed tIre Jrat Stid l lsEAL.i.f
f/f Srnrral .IssfmWy covvcmd. That the seventeenth M' ay'2. I iv-ki. or, Tallahassee, Fla. prl;'. Approved New A. 1C ALLISON, [ the State if Floridaat! the Caphul inTalLiLaasCfc -

Clause (at the t'ifih Vilicle of the Constitution : Jamary23, IS'iO. 3 fr same-call on March :rJ. 1S51. 11 Attorney for Plaintiff. ,tLu 23d day of June. A. D. 1S5L
; of thi Slate be, and the wine i hereby, soaraended Clothing. S. S. KNIGHT. THOMAS BKOVN.GitKmmr .

y' as to read tx fellows, to wit : Thci shall "T INH Jaor.nblc Black Dress, l'rock, and Sal* A. B. Notice. of Ftori-fa

lis one Solicitor for each Circuit, -vho shall rt'ide A- C iats; lo. Blue, Green, nnd Brown Cachmerette (FORMrni.v \ Rock. By the Governor-Attest:

herein and shall be elected bv the qualified voters Frock nnd Sack C]kinan<>l.i], ft T.hic'i] i is v.-ar- O> TTAV1NG Burr Mill Rock, IS by SIX month Probate* after of Ma'lion date, I shall apply ton letters to the of Jrulze dismiion C.V.. Dow xuci;,

1 ofuch Circuit, on the fh>t Monday in Oc'.ober, in ranted. Just received, aid fv>r*.ile cheap at the :New l& J-.L Stilltran in th ; : co-t and charge bv from !the administration County of the estate cf- Xrcretary of* St.mte.
the year one thousand eight bundled and fifty t three, Clothing St4r, \ T. JIITCHELL. _Jj- found at th *ir old ..- 13 LADD. Daniel I-Tinn, deceased. .Jrrae8.l85I. 2.> 6t
lt and every four jears thereafter, or at such times as May 17, 1851. j.j tf here be will r.c.ive. in a
Ibe General Assembly may by law prescribe and one of the trio-I t ci.mid.-te I for Sale. $100 Reward.

fixed thill receive law."for his services a compensation to be Ice Ice Heal ccol Ice tn-idf CloTh in' and (,#- tl'c late J .hna II.1 22,1 S31. 11 Cm PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN, 2. lie it further enacted, That such cl--c- T OTS f.f tl.e cocj! ftuff rlelivcrid from the Ice ever ment .fT of red French in tun, Kn market.l'mli, in L -'.n County, near Notice. Governor cf Florida.

lion slrill be held and conducted, and the returns JJ House in the im-niin? at three cents j I'r fiound t Black find Ftinfy Dneta-uis : ", cf which some 2f>t') OIX raontlis after date the undersigned, AdininistraO :: s n TTrHCREAS, Itha been nnde known

1l.erecf made in I Ihe name ininrer a* is now pre. by the mull qTiantity, nnd two wqite aid a half by an f 1'igueitdilf.; Satin, On the premises tor of the estate of Walter B. fliackl.urnwii j>r :_: ;;: 5 to me that one fh.r.ia3G. Hoat\\right
!>crib d by law, or may hereafter be prescribed by the Jiundred] weitfl.t. All jH-r ns from nbnwd can Its1iIi4P, which In is i uig House, vitb the ne- cnt Li.rirsal iceornt ansi vouclu r* to tl.e Judge ff Prbatt -.- 4--'t5 :% was, in the month of March hst. arret il
law% for the election ofraetuber lo Congress from Lave it packed hi boxes or cjiiks w itli) saw du't a<. re- the siio test notice jvnd in 1'Iantation (,(J. ffersuii County, and ask for a discharge from and inmitfed to jjil, in the County of Gjdsden.for

thi State. 'luirod- DANILL LADD. The cumr.Tiiiity eenera'.ly a tIe Pi11ey wood.*, whv-re said otiiic. I negro s'eaiiiiir: And whereas, said iioatvnrigfifiM
rirm GcNEnAL As r .iBi.v.-Passed the Senate Newjiort, ilay 10, lSl. 18 tf to call and examine i.iy sl'-ck: i and licj- Tlie New ELIAS L.VSTINGER. escaped from jul.and is now a faaitive fromjiw i '

- ty theCoiiKtitutioiwl rnajorit.; % Dectinbtr 31 t lSi1. wheie. Tailaha.t-e, ; { vill r:1s within -Ifn, to February 1, 1851. 4 Cm .Voic Know IVThat I.THOMAS Bnows.Gotercorr.f -
raised the llouxe ot Rcpre&entalives by the CoLti- Look at This f i P I think will iron the the Slate aforesaid.b) virtue cf the author

laUoaal: taajority, January 8, lst. 1 '- KVSI1EIS CORN, JOHN ; of the Plantation! ; Notice. ity vested in rne by law, do hereby offer a reward of
iO 80DO pound? Sides, : i \iiieh] is under con One Hundred Dollars for the apprehension of said
I OJKIRI: OF SKCRCTATIY OF STATE, > 4000 .Should.T, [or TUT. LATI: HUM (itS : ] i of January, 1S52, no QlNmnruths after date. I shall make application to Boatwni2ht. an-i his delivery into the custody of its

TIt/aYabee.4Ia.;?/ 1 1S51. ) 1200 FUgar-cured hams, O>.' T'XT'OULD inform hi the Road will] Li the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the Sheriff of said County of Gidsden..Vein. .
CiiAnLFi W. DOWNING, cretaiy of Stale, d. 4 C; tierces Rico, [irtT tlutt he IMS taken : : i offered for sale at a County cf JefiVrson, for letters of dismission and .-SaiJ Foatwriht i is about 5 feet tCinrheJ
lobe true and correct ]100 barrel Hour ? discharge as Executrix of the last will and testament high, 30 of liuht cotaplexion. The three
hereby cert ily the foregoing _jLU>y C. H. P l xcl. and purclias-inir, will plea-e years ajce
; : copies of Acts oa file at my office, and 0 Park, occujiittd, Lv Bull tt: Prati pi jUi', l will t-how them the ot James M. Hart, late of said County, dec'd.ANN 1at fingers of his ri ht_iai d have been amputated

lieiewitn pahluhed in pursuance cf the provision < flh 4 Lartl-1O kegs lo. ti-u attend io the (call! and 'v to rne at my residence, HART. leaving but the thumb and fore-Cnger of said band.
t Con titutioa relative to Amendments and Revision 10 Whiskey, and most every 'lisi ios-ed to patronize himii 1 Jefferson County, February S, 1S51. 5 fun In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set ray

I- of (Constitution. thingUe that mav bo wanted can be Uiuaht I nt the He has received, by the BENJAMIN BYRD. hand, and caused to be affixed the Great
C. W. DOWNING, Secretary State.M i-turt /'// 'f I 2 tf Summer Clothing. .[L. S.] Seal cf the Stale of Florida, at lie Captol

y3,1M1. _J7: __ Gm Mitjin.iftsi.! is Fancy (j'wJ ; al*<>, n AB.general CLARK assortment has just received of summer from clothing New York ot, in Tallahassee,THOMAS this 30th day BROWN diane,, 1551.

J> Y-MA I) K
.4. For Sale. Bacon &c. every variety and style, which will be sold on the Cueernor of furdi.
notice that their
All of vhich I tlatter -! re-
GIRL about 14 r>f ae, TUST received most reasonable terms, at the well known store on By the Governor-Attest,
\ LIKELnegro years fiom New Orleans \V. R. and for the transaction of
Pctles '
per rjjudity, quite Monroe Clark 5i Stillman. C. W. DOWMMJ
St, formerly occupied by ,
A. work. New York '
and TallalmsFcc
used to plantation acceptance I ) Sun-
found in thi* market He every day,
Also a fine lot of Cloths,Fancy and Black Doe-skins, Secretary of State.
taken in ;.amcrt. 150W' pounds Mi lyings and Shoulders
lion his business and
- to ho1e Cashmaretles Col'd. and White Snlv5.ISS! 2ft Ct
Drilling, Drap'Ete,
15 "
4 April 19, JSOl. 2500) hulk Fork, pittroiiage from the public, of regular and Fpecified White and Fancy MarseillesSatins and Fancy Silk -- -.-- -

.. ,0 Received.Ififin 2<3 barrel* Me>s Noveinlier 23: I ISM). 1 are recognized by Vesting*, which he is prepared to manufacture in To the Centrcville Southern Eights Association
Just 75 -\trn and superfine Flour, \ions to require exn'.an! such a manner as to ;please the most fastidious. and Farmers of Leon County gea8*

3. BUSHKLS CORN 5 casks urar-curcd; Hams, Pure Sulphate -ALSO- rally :

- I.UUU IO.OUO pounds Side*, T hioggeti ''PIIE subscribers have on Secretary State. AJfull; oitnent of Shirts,Drawer?, Kid and Thread :-I am makinz and wilt 1IaVe5

: C.'KX) ) Flour Shoulders. ft bfirrcU family Mess Beef JL filly t t ounces(if Sul ph I i. I Comptroltrr. Gloves, Collars, Half-Hose, Col'd. Muslin and Silk GF.NTLEMEX first c.f October nest, scniw ;
J2i') barrel 20
1 kegs 'tYduublestledanii
i Trrawer.
-- have obtained; ditect Irom Cravats, Hdkls Boots, &c. tt.ousandpairof negro SHOES of superior ,
- I/ 20 1'rk, l G.wL.n Buffer, (they will warrant it to be a i:. ,. Public LanJ April 5,1531. 13 tf will i I I arrant t lbeworkB3tisWp
:, 20 Whiskey, 2 tif-recs Buirar-cured smoked Beef, We have enbrsed our Clerk Hup. Court. You may hear that I will be under sold by other he-
10 Monongahela Whiskey.Alsoalarpe 6! tan-el
; Nw Orleans Syrup, 4 tf believe it, v>t iris
of| kind cf Groceries, ciresby recent ariivaliand Mules Estray. tories-but, gentlemen, do not
supply every 400 buf-hdn Corn. Ibe State i icr
i in :
- e tt&ichill be t-ol'l us low or at lower price- than The above n'Is\ will 1,,. .I,141 l on rea onablo term"P.KRllY orders lor articles in our rr\WO small sized Mules, one a brown mare mule, fal-ie. I \\ ill sell as low as any factory article a*jda.I .
CDVulhtT house in this place. Call at the subscriber's A ROWLES, Auctioneers ic. on the most accommodating JL blind in cue eye ; the other a sorrel hor e mule.A adjoining it,who puts op such an to deliver
We have also will round in August
before purchasi ng c14e%%here.a MayiOISM. 18 a few liberal reward will be paid for their delivery iu start my wagon
hem houses. Orders from myformerC11t0mers
April 19, tVil. 15 S. S. KNIGHT. year 1S-I9. They are JAS. B. GAMBLE. Tallahassee to JAMES '1'. ARCHER. I at you nr f,
attended to
but if the wholecould be } and the Association, will be
Spring Goods. 24 1SSI. 20
Boots. fr } May but I am in hopes to fill all in time.

HE subscriber U opening to-day a small invoice Yours, respectfully, JAMES FONDER-
DOZEN Pair of Breaks Patent Shank B AIrtl! 5. 1W1.: 13 J AS ]l. C.Ail BLE.Plows. of Dress (i H ) j 4e., which he offers at very low prices. negroes. Call'and pee TTALICES and CARPET BAGS, a large assortV -

: Aprils, 1851.: 13 .)AS. B. GAMBLE. New S. S. KNIGHT. meat on Laud, and for sale cheap. Notice.BAPTIST .

in fetore nnd for pale at low W. T. MITCHELL. MINiSTER, of the Florida A,5O
_ _ '_ c 250 rate. JAS. B. GAMBLE. Spring and Summer Goods. OPENING,a Brilania large end, Black Teas. May 24,1851. 20 tf tion. vho hiw bi>en teaching school m Urn?
Middle Florida for eleven past,
County. years
: April t. 1851. 13 JUST received general assortment of Spring and consisting in part of Tea which can be recom For Sale. determined to remove, ,after ins engagements, f''f! '
Goods, to which we invite the attention Codec Filterers, Pitchers, &; ROW LES. 1.
Law Firm. of bump before purchasing elsewhere. qualities, Jelly Moulds, A A DOZEN Bottles, quarts end pint, Porter present year, shall have been completed '* Sdi"j
:i BEARD all the Courts of tho Middle Circuit of they oiler for -!,- ( ( 12 cases Claret, (St. Juliea) may be kept up, and where he may sowed

Florida. Oilice ia Tallakiftsce Boots and Shoes. Also, on littiiafull and May 17, IfeSl. 10 S. S. KNIGHT A correspondence on the Hemando subject C is*>unn "
: JOHN BEARD. Ware of dt-vrif e some new arrange especially from Marion and
INE Sewed and every all in- Groceries. East Honda. Brethren and friends will $**.tsp:
T. W. BREYARD. ) 4 Pegged Calf Boots; Con- good workmen,and at fair persons .
tf r j rrress, Calf, and Kip Shoes and In future le will keep due notice of this, and govern themselves acconims
: February 1.1651. 4 Bropans. Lead Pipe, She t Lead, recived from NeW Orleans, per schr. Wm. R. COP
I tJiist opened and for sale cheap at the New Pumps fur sale. Tin exclusivery for cash or JUST Address, "Rev. S. C. C, Beazley P. 0, Jefferson

t 't Shoes. Clothing Stoic Woik executed faithfully will be able lo sell at 4 Casks Sides, Florida"
h I" ADIES and Gents Rubber Overshoes,just receivJU W. T. MITCHELL. he promises to do, 4 Casks Shoulder June 28, 1851. 25 6*

I f cd. J AS. 13. AMBLIX May.5,1851. 17 tf Sept ember 21,1850. and others wishing to Tierces tSi11
__ lie has hand 2 Sugar CuredJHams, and Commissson
j April C. 1851. 13 on a good 2 u Plain The Forwarding:
Clothuig. Caps, Blankets, Cotton AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA,
- I. : Hats.E For for and 30 bbl, Extra Flour, M'
family planta
JUST received a general assortment of Gents and 6 dozen Porter,quarts. the Ware-Houses heretofore occupied by '
t ; HEIR Si RUST are now opening an assortment J Boys Spring and Summer Clothing.! For sale A LIKELY and able 8 t>infc, IN : & PETTES, xvill be conductedbytb.
I 4 Spring and Summer Hats, ol the very latest low by HEIR & RUST. .L X Turpentiue busincsa- RICHARDSON. 1 box James Allen Tobacco, dersined,who will endeavor tr give as gener31 S

"N etyle._ April19l851._ 15 April 19.1651. 15 scriber. &.c. 510 Gallon Kegs, Iron ]Bouud, faction as did their active and industrious DE.NHAMJuly prcaors. -
19 1851. BEARD &
April .
4 Blacksmithing.rpHC 8 Boxes Star Candles,
r, i undersigned respect fully informs Corn, Oats, and Hay. flour 1 Barrel Lousiana Rum, 5, 1S51._25_tf_.

V.- JL the public generally tint, having CT A n BUSHELS heavy white Corn, South Carolina 6 Boxes Herring, Notice. .

I I' _,_ -__ Icmploved a Bupetior Horse Shocr, he is JUU 200 Oats, 0 FCn.USIIKI\ just 4 CodFish,
r ,. I now! piepared-- to execute all work in that line in a fjO;( bales Hay, *-> -'V v'a New Yr* ,per Bnttcr. 1 Barrel Crushed Sugar. P tULIP T. PEARCE is my duly anthon'wg
] Vranui and in busbefs and for sale hv All of which will be sold during temporary absence fiom
; superior manner, and on usual lerms. Now landing from Bng for sale l.rMcNAUOJiT up tierces of ten low for cash, by my
4 4 3tf
Z,1S50. 25 tf Newport March 22, 1SM. 11 May 17, 1E51. 11 June 28, 1651. 25 tf July 12, 1S51. 27

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