The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00133
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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&5TQI-ED AFFECTION.rv came to his ('C. A late number of the London Quarterly The Governor and the Widow.BT circumstance in it, in your son's favor." \i: "The Lord tratch between me and thee, \then we .:
"And then she turned round and saw me, j'jllexiexv I contains an article ou dress, from 0, Governor! my son is not a murdererat axe absent cue from another*-Gen. 31, 45. '

n. ,. pELsoN. and she called mo to her and hugged; me tight; I which we copy the following for the especial I FilESIDEXT LOXGSTnEET.Ho heart His disposition is peaceable. He When fnend from friVnd f U pnrtingI.I
MKS. and said 1 was a precious child, and kept i i beno r of our fair readers : who would give you even, a tolerable] I II' was not himself] when he committed the deed. And)in fond riikiriif eye j '

L little asking mo if I was sure I loved he-very, j Of course, to the inward eye of the irmg- description of the deformity of Intemperance I 0, Governor here, on my knees before you, The silent tears are starting.To !:
sail "
bvc( my mother, wire-till the wild light in her al1 inalion the of I' must conduct from the ] altar tell what word deny ; '
II Von don't her fator | very eyes I mere name woman, presents a you hymeneal : I pray you have pity upon a poor heart-broken, How could we boar the heavy load i i)
rro' .-lowly retreating from I most frightened me. I kept telling her that I vision clothed in perpetual youth and lovelii of those widows, to the drath- hafnhers and widowed mother!" Of such heart a'n'r. ;

tIlen. with,! ha ds,.behind her, and her lips i she was 1113 blessed mother, and I loved her i i ness, or lloating i in a region too (far above us 'J I death-gibbets of their .husbands. lie must I Our wives sobbed aloud, and the Governor Could we not cast it all. ocr God. r.I,

ta ui\'rrir.g", us bhe fpll C. belter than anybody i i.i the who'e world exI i I Jo know precisely how the is clothed at all. :| paint the young and beauteous bride, as she I and myself] mingled our tears profusely overtime Our.prci u3 God 1. on thee } j:
q of m1n, pet, h exc1nmeJ, I! ccpt my) father ; and then she told me 1 must Dut to the outward eye of the senses, which :i gave her hand, her heart, and her patrirno.I j bending suppliant. There was but one And ft el! that thou kind watch will keep ;VWhen ,

inftt'r lr and draw .ing her retsting love you dearly, for you was a kind father tome I acts as ma'.i! of business to the inner, }bothering j I ny, to one of these fancied images of perfec-i 1 of the group that could speak, and that one That thou we wilt are soothe fur away us when

!inl pnr to\\:1ris I him; : ,4 that j is a very strange ; :w.! perhaps she wouldn't live long; and it with particulars it never wants to know, [ tion. lIe must COflUCtOu! to her new II bore the burden of us all, multiplied a thousand And hear u* when we pray. we weep. f'I'II
f farm for jittl gill t- eawl.:1t* ; pat it into i I I iif 1'iey' did pat: her into the cold ground I I it j is not to bo denied that: there are some ofj :l I homestead, for which she forsook the endearments I fold. The Governor raised her from

tig, ::jet I Ulll father don't love mother !l" i heMMOothing : must make you forget it by my goodness and j (time xiioii3 which appear not beauthul, and !i of her child-hood's home, her: her knees, and repeated by a shake of the I Yet That oft tetter these hearts'twould will betide whisper. '

: au'J. baok the soft hair from ; affection ; but I never could forget it, could 1! many by no moans \"olm:. i j father's care, and her mother's heavenly ; head, what lie had already snide If we were near the frieridwe, lose .,

n"Iii!' 1l1rehl'I.d, lUd lookmg earnestly iii- you, father, i if! they put my own sweet uuther '. This b/mg tho cao, a cusfumc eXl'es..I.r !j ministrations. He nui'st depict tho alarms !I And now went forth from that poor wo And watching by their ide ; ;
beT ht'r djvcat: t' 'e. I I' into the cold ground ?r' I adapted for the diplay of natural charms, k''I of her affections, when she received the first; man's heart-what halll I call it I A sigh tIt Cut sure tloult love them dearer, Lcrd.

t c 4' UI'I'\U" ,11t11 mX11n1wcnt waJ from I This was too much ; Charles Crosby start. I hard upon iho-je xvho never had! any to begin intimation that she was likely! to become the i! was not that. A sob J It was not that.- For trusting thee alone;
cross and uiJ sJC wasl, ed from his chair and placing I 'lcnon :1 !ow xxi.h who have jilt tliern drunkard's wife and the drunkard's victim.tie And sure thou wilt draw nearer, Lord '
tie, you sl'l1ke l or parted \ sometime :, ( A groan J It was not that! ; but an indescrib. The f.utller"e Lave
tAi tnd he has got a headache, .! seat strode rapidly through the room. The It is lie: fiie stone and 1 must touch with delicate hands the gone.TIIp.n
!\': ,'i. : I I ago. setting a : able out breathing of all that is eloquent in why be sad? ?ince thou wilt keep .,
tdJpJ(; t1t > child cl.nH.'sdJ, whi1 the tearstk1 .! tears were raining down his face, but he kept an ordinary oae, both iq-ially transparent; i gathering eclipse as it came over the sun- : grief, and melting m sorrow Her accents Watch o'er them day by day; ., 4
; J .J J.\\"u her ciU't.k" "I hlYC 1)'en foil. J I them hidden lron the little one, who set iimiJlv I forgetting that what tens the bi-auty of the : light of her countenance, her sinking spirits, !j had caiTght the ears of the group in the adjoining I Since thou wilt soothe"them when they weep

b'si I 1. Ij'r all!1 the lfternooI, .nd rubimgler ) ; i ftil! on her cricket almost afraid to move I one only betrays the! defects of the other, her silent musings, her heavy sighs, her porch, and produced a death-like silence And hear us when we pray.
tng and she is *irkmJ tired very for fear she hail, angered her father. Not so. xxhic'a: little dexterous foil tilde.I trickling tears her secret He must.
;frehaJ' I i I a might j prayers. there: and mj habitation: so lately the 0, for that fright and happy land, 1
ftt'n. 3:: 1 ., l.u iK'VcrttfH her 3 ou are sorry, rI! .\ Hood of the old tonderdesshad rushed back I Every jeweller will tell you that it i is the i exhibit the more vehement throes of her tor. scene of mirth, was like the court of death.- Where far amid the blest

kiss I a' :\ 0 J",): mi. upon his heart ; instep of the demure and inferior stones: which! depend most on: the fctti :! turod bosom, as she saw, from day to day: I At length she broke lence : 'The wicked cease from troubling, and

('iari. (roy drew his little gil clncrt I gentle Alice, his mem\ pictured an angel i ting ; first rate ones! may stand on their ownI I. her gloomy apprehensions confirmed: ; her eloquent If there is no hope, I must hasten to my The weary frien are are at never rest"Where parted
t to lli i ) artless: \'i)rds had fallenfX"S ] of who-n l.c had been .all unworthy, ; a pure, I I giiei'its.Ve I IISC'l'lI, for instance, some pleading! by their former loves, their I chid! before lie dies/' Once met around tLe tI.rone.

like -*H. lie felt iusbntlr : radiant fj.'uit: who had sat by her household I igiey pearls produ'ed a most beautiful cliVct once happy days, her weakness, dependence, I She rose, and treml'i:>;ly advanced to the And none are broken, hearted ,
that II, hat! FPllk..n l.ars.hl} mora than once ;: heart! in loneliness and sadness, with a slowly ': ill a brilliant setting of red and green enamel ': his talents his honor, their common offspring, porch, followed! by tho sympathizing friend, Since all!, w ith thtf arc one. '

otbr P ntle bl'ing wlin bad n'n'f given Urn euri'ly breaking he.nt-a heart yetrni i which s-trnng plainly Hue the Salisbury neck- I j the retributions of eternity-every sentence t| but nnjielding Chief Magistrate. She passedthe Y ct.While 0.! till far then frOM, watch th-ae o'er us keep.

1j a ,' -Ui. 'ord. 8rcu years of Im wed.lc.1 and dying for hive ; unappreciated: lightly i jlace: would have been frightful.i !! sanctified by love, and haptized"with holy \ crowd without seeming to notice them ; And soothe tu, lyrd oft away a. tre; weep. <
r:, hd: '*; *" d IIU< 'y : !sl *\* % ; b&'itg i esteemed, seldom adircbfej in language: : of i l$os by the same rule, is the setting of: tears. lIe must expose her conflicting emo-: and, as her foot fell upon the step that was to And hear us TV hen vrc pray.
inijinMve creature when jtiTectiou and tmiL's for cold human each delicate! andI linn, she! first her luxuries then her | _.
r)iln- n''l: I I. lao-t : yet leturaing ; our s\\'d pearl*- as saw conduct her away from the habitation of --
Ill' fl2:ril. he could imdly appreciate the :, looks, 1I(;'a complaining! ;
d e ;I". hnJ\ Jove which his wcct bnde trC:1.f ''one blessed his dwelling!! and he had not ;, value the longer and closer they arc wom ; I: shop ; and her struggles in parting, one byt: last appeal, with 0, Governor for God's I The Picayune rejoices in the possession of .
red Itlr hi.t anti him bAft<>r the roof i dreamed how picless :i treasure he possessed | though not all valuable or beauifnl: alike to one: with her trinket, her ornaments, her'I lke"--w len she sunk to the floor. At a lire Yankee as a correspondent, who having ;

mnre UV arT.iir, us it seemed to him, had t Bitter \\:1' his. sdf ac<'usition; hot and :. that same vulgar! outward eyehid.. knows ;, costly! jewels, endeared tokens of friendship ; length, rising[ as if moved by the thought that :i wandered as far south as Louisiana peddling
perhaps monotonous reaiitv his tears he paused before 1:'nothing nf b'lt its market .. I Il'ilrentallon. to the cries of her ;, she I notions has settled down ,I II
fetth into a (qaK't I copious ; sadJenly: a jewel : priCt.I i :an ; appease was losing the time which enabled her to !, somewhere .
hi; rwi'fc\ Pj,!nt y .irnedfrrFome freshcov'.4v (! !her portrait, the yo.mg wife i in tlia rol'es I ol I 1 For the young and the lovely, dres is of no !l-migry children. He must bring you to the I see her son alive, she retired. I I the Caddo county, or some other undiscovered -

:, To work through the day, to c wbaw the !b.iJal seemed st, joyous, yet subdued ; I, importance ; they wear \ lint they please, 1! closing scene, when, by her husband's djing I The Governor disappeared with her, ls: :f region of the State, and there concludedto .
at i/uht and spend! the evening; hour* j just ns perfectly hapy] as she had appearedon I and the l less perhaps the better. The tappnI I' !bed-b"d! did I pay ?-pallet of straw, or' carriage soon followed, and though no questions -; run for Congress. The following extract

?foijt of his wife and infant child, whose tLc day he could first call her hi i own.- I! girdle itself xvould hardly embarrass the old! ; ragM-slIe !listened to his ravings delirium !' were asked on his return, I doubt not, j l of a letter to the editor of the Picayune, describing

t 3Utjf.1! faf e gleatm-d like a rosebud upon Now, only one thought echoed and re-echoed I and the plain more than a style of tress :' tremen*'. until death stilled her xvrithings, and ;, that he offered her the best solace that he I r one of his electioneering tours, j is :1i

tif white! 1.ilOin her little \vicker-bn through his brain, should she die, oh, should j I which presumes to be neither the one nor the :1 stifled his blasphemous; cxet'rntions.The j could, in her extremity, without a breach of!i specimen ot the luck he had in this delightful}

f'rLlle. lit-cawe) tiresome to him. lie wUkedIn die die !" I other. i I !faithful! :delineator nmt I do all.this, ; and then' i duty. I I business :

Eltea! had more vivacity, more brilliancy, j jfasetaKg :. For some moments he stood transfixed, ** '1is for them, then, alone, that (tress I lie will nave but halt sketched the picture! I Sow I ask, what is all the good that ardent -!I ,r tII, I put Up with a first-rate, good na-
that these might accompany a ": -! striving to cJ.eok the IJurtinIolJ that was should be studied. Where is the advantage misery to which some of these thousands of spirits: hare ever done, compared with tured feller that I met at a billiard table. I "
rlibienes! of temperament that would trulyave t j! :IJI1l0 t stifling him, \\hen he felt a slight pull of a nature: coiffure where there are neither widows have [been exposed.lie the pangs which this poor widow has suffer- I went ia, and was introduced to his wife, a fine

nude his k roe unhappy. ,i at his coat, and turning, there stood lit'le Ellen \ curls of silk nor coils like marble to ilispl:iv. \ must next turn !his pencil to those tens I'IIl I But hers was no uncommon case. Multiply fat woman, who looked as though she lived

Ellen was a flit excellent wife; lur's'U !' her eyes all moist, and her pretty lips | Where i is the policy of a plain, gown exhibiting -, of thousands! of orphans, exhibit! before you !i her afflictions by ten thousand], and JOlt on kffin, her face was so full of fun. After

that inward purity which .lamps upon half parted ; pap:,*' she half whispered, I the xx holi> contour of the f figure, w hell :| tho! infants Xcwtons Franklins, FultOtlS'i J will get the exponent of what one class and a while-after xx-e'd talked about my gal, and

tie feaiarpsalrtvfli'ws: beyond mere beauty '* mayn't I go up stairs: and tell mama you do there nro only angels tj be seen instead of!i Morses, Kent*, Marshall*, lIal1rele"f'! that about the best of o f'rlce, have suffered about the gardin, and about the weather, and

; nob-id! hesitated to call her handsome: ; : love her deai! ;ly fI I uado!"':ons, and uhady hollows i instead of i, Chalmerses, Cicero?, I Ilurkes, Henrys, Washi.igtons from the use of inebriating nks. Ah! God I I so on-in come three cr four children, laffin

her wax'6 wr'vinui.ig, her form flight and 1 I. He caught her to his breast, and clapped I sunny 11l1Ik5or? the advantage of uncovering Wellingtons, and Jncksons among ,I bless you, men, I fear we shall have a dread : and skippir. as merry n" crickets. Thero "
fragile! ; \iidial ohebadso much prudence and '! her with the warmth "f his new love coe in :i an tar which is less like a delicate shell thvin, whose stupendous intf-IUcts, bereft of! account to render at the court of Heaven, for : warn't no candle lit, but I could see thev

,vao M s wl a nvmnger: that from the time his arms ; he hissed h.>r again: a.d; again: than some! poisonous fungus \-or of hovimig (parental care, and robbed of the means of'I our dealings with this class of the Lumanfamily. were fine looking fellows, and I started fo'rmy .

tf f his truriiare CbarJes Crosby had been ac.tamalatnijr -!! blessing: his Maker that out of the mouths !j an arm which( may be like a stick, but certainly -' cii'ture: were lost to their country, and forever I saddle bags, in which I had put a lot of
Hut she needed much if- : He" has ordained coral ?" lost lost did! I ? far than i for t'le children
: iiches. 'of bibes and sucklings not of pink say worse Of the very few miracles which Jesus V sugar candy I went along.
fectiaa: :.a; fS uvich care : plievas!
to ic'1.jiat: \, a void of reproach fron: one I "he said, "yes, darling, you may if you wish |j: Education. I Ii politic: ; transformed: to feharj ers, blacklegs, I the most notable one was his racing from the ; along here, and tell me what your n=me i is ;" .
.he .. ,! xx.oisld cause almost seii us illnets. I j A' man is not to be considered": educated j ji cheats swindlers! robber assassins. lie I the oldest then to and
tsti :r.i: : to. i i! dead the uaDle's son of Xain. The highest : corne up me, says he: .
Ti.e iar.juace of her full t blue eyes, 3ij( :, The child fbxv t p stair, while her father: j ji i.because some years of his life have bceniUpcnt must show the softer sex of the thrOlg : the : he ever passed upon muniflcience, was upon i My name is Peter Smith, sir." V ,.. '

th- wvo soin. !imes fi1tt duponthc noble face i followed' more slowly, mama," t-ho screamed -]l inquiring a certain proficicncx' in tH! Mores, the Edgeworths, the I Hnnan p s, drix'- :, thai cf a poor idov. And his precepts abound I' "And what's your name, sir?r' said I.
or tier hu r.aIJ.t?, waslove me ; 011 how I Ilo' : bounding into the room, you won't cry I II i larifmge, history, and geography of (Greece en from their: legitimate sphere! to the factory, :I i i.i special charges in their behalf He ,I Bob Smith, sir."

:,; lor yojr: full, uarestraiued luve !" then i I any more, nor have tho bcaua'ho now, father I anti l HUtH", and their colonies, or in letow-;:i th'e} kitchen, the brothel. He must trace on i: may, at last, avenge them of their aJtersary ; i The next said Li? name was Dill Smith '

ti-y! \\I ud: i fall to the fiaor,"'bile the chilliigcois : .ays he loves you dearly) he told me so : he log a transient attention on the principles of1i the! consequences of these perx-ersions, from .I and many of us mav be ranked among their I and the fourth said his name was Tommy
;,_, that he not t') her in mnujiTk '!i Mathematics and nntmal: philosophy! ; nor is ;,i to lIerltion-show drunkarJs Smith. Well! I 'em and
: 'j ness \vas Nov.s you dearly, may. own mimn. I generation ( you: i adx-erraries who little dream of it. how far I gave sugar candy, ,
:$ he li-vU once: been, and oh, s''e feared ': The poor woman: sprang to her ftvt ; she I Ii j II IL woman to be considered: as educated be1 'i' begetting drunkards! poverty producing he may indulge us in a l habit, the direct tendency I old Miss Smith was so tickled that she laugh..
tot! i i.i: lu-art-would send 'II i i'< t .r5" d1ro' i could not comprehend the prene : she wa*. 1 she can execute a diflicult piece of mu-ic in a :': poverty, ignorance producing il1lrmcnd; : of which is to shorten human life, and I ed all the time. Mr. Smith looked on, but

tviy fibre of Lcr frame. Df Ut Cliaile bewildt-red ; her fair cheeks Hushed an J grew j j jj ''I I brilli'itit st JI K', of speak French, (;icrman, or I:;, Crime jroduei'.g crime, through snccessix-e I! throw companions and offspring penniless didn't say much. Why," says I, 31isa

Cruf'n' htl: .!'ten bfco!x> an alien IA) hi* i j palid by i-irus : she looked HVtat her bus- !. italian with liucnc}*. Such attainments require -| age!. When he shall liax-e done all this, ho V upon the world ; how far he may hold us aquit I Smith," I wouldn't take a good deal ff;; theniI

home: u'Jtithe\ miit lIilJ'hthour. Ho had found i band and then at little Kllen: who had exJ I, little more than mere mechanical recol- !i will have presor.i: >d yon but a poor picture of V of the sins which, though unpractised by us, I four boys, if I had 'em, they're so beautifuland '.

ss lu> ttIOb huice and congenial: spirits, t J peeled her m-tt'ier to laugh outright, and ap- 1 leclion, the lowe of all!! the ct'rehal faculti3S i the ildll: :1tc'\ orphanage- I a-c the ]legitimate fruits of oar example; how sprightly. V
*:id "i''i th-HI!! ih ** spliit oj 1 tvoi?.*' that i i. '; par as gleeful as she was ; little innocent or the rapid transmission of an impulse from Turning, then, to the criminals lIe must fr we may allowed to withdraw the means "No," says she, laffin, I seta good deal

"tie ?|pirit. oJ' vine." Hut alas) his flue thing. I the serisiiixe optic nerve to the meter ones of I trace their font-steps fiom the l first to the last which he has given us for the support of our I of store by 'em, but we spoil 'em, too much.

'CIOln1: ( \' disappearing, Lis home wasno ; Ellen," said her hu>bat.d in faltering i the arms and lingers, which H nothing better offence-shoxv the plundered! poor, the bo- i dependant, and the poor about our doors, to I I Oh no"," says I, "they're ra'al well bebaI .

; an earthly paradise to him now-he hadf'wa | tones, ** our child is our peace maker ; she! ':than the initi-.ctivc movement of the animal] ; I' /' innocents, the ensmred youth, the ri- waste them in the purchase of liquid: fire ; I ed children, and by gracious, says I, pretend. V

viry cell. and very worldly ; indeed, ha mad. me a bettor man: ; I do love you, !I neither can: the! storing up of t'.io opinio-n: of I j lied dwelling! ?, the fired cities, the butchered i how far we may be held accountable for making -I ing to be startled by a sudden idea of a striking -

l. knew nut' the extent-of the change in him- I Clltn, will you forgive me for my colds: other! or lImo accu.-tomi; : ig the! tongue to the ''worthies=, the frantic bankrupt, the raxingi ] I laws, pronouncing judgments, prcscrib1 '- I resemblance 'tween them boys and their

teXHe: and neglect *" i idioms of other languages, be propel Iv formed !i, mailman, .: the. de..perate suicide. ,. on the one. 1: ing for the sick, hearing and preaching ser I father, and I looked at Mr. Smith, "I never
worm d his-- lo\th' chtM, awl called! 1 1tir With a low, thrilling cry of- delight- the- wTe- :j an act If tlo:1! : lIt, for ia such capacity ofCOhibini'ig hmJ1'1- ; the: long pursuit, the arrest, the | mons, with brains bewildered by the fumes ol!I; did see nothing equal to it," says I-vourj 1

by tiif twert fJ'eseo of ** fairy," :l11d"pet fell: witi.ia her haabati.i's, ; arms ; he xvas for- ; ide.is, of weighing: and judging: ; prison scene, the trial and condemnation of j alcohol, are matters far beyond my ken ; but'I j eyes, your mouth, forehead, a perfect picture
and darling ;*' f.he was in trcti! rachi" given' ; he was happy : in taut: moment old ere n course of action i is :adopted, remains I|! the authors of this mischief on the other.- deserving of a much more" serious-consideration -'I of yen, sir, says I, tappin' the oldest on the V

i" n c; fl'; '', ve'-v few parents: are blessed i iw.11 I' barriers were broken down old associations even Lfcs exerci.wd than in those who, though j I; He must exhibit to you whole families. ,going : than the}* generally receix-e. pate. I thought Miss Smith would have died V eo

; chHd of nwtWr ordinary beauty nor forgotten, and he bolcnii-ly;! reached, with the j they are turned into the world with the mind I!. to ruin, with the! criminal; I and t!victim of I a laffin at that ; her arms fell down by her : .
fnUWt! ; and (but f;,' her .nlt't judicious help of t God, to be no I1lreJ alien from i as it. vero a tuluLt ros-it to receive any im- crime ; and iiiut gIve the precise measure of An AnCl'doc.-A correspondent of the side, and her ]head fell batk, and she shook .:
tare and teaching her powerful mind ti gatbf borne ; to remember the vows he had taken, !; pr'EMOM, md t*,o f.cquently; a bad one: yet1 1,, suffering Lich every member endured. He New York Spirit of the Times relates the I I[ the hull house laflln. 1II

>o Rtt-ift3y expanded I, and ripen( quicker: )I Ithu and become worthy of the confidence reposed : amid! lime difllcultit r.nd suit-rings of povcrty, '!,; I1111St carry: you through trial scene-thesleepi following : II .. Do you think so, Col. Jones ?t" says she, V

the g-owth of tllis'orl.1 will! allow, unU '. ii: him. I bometimes l,'ari: to .Iiik.} It is from the :i I less anxiety: of father, mothers, sister, bro- A distinguished member of the legislature I and she looked towards Mr. Smith, and I .

t t'.\e ra.-t exotic ito h2 tnnslJantl'.G intoj j t I iltlc: flllen danced around the room, tossed I depths of man's: inferior life that he must I j r there, for many long months-the toil of preparation ,I, was addressing a temperance society, and he I thought she'd go off in a fit.
heaven. ; her yellow curU and clapping her hands'' draw: whnt separates him from the brute, and !|: diverted from productix-e channels; !' got rather prosy, but showed no disposition Ye," says I, .. I do really think so." .It i

Chnrles Crosby sat with !his cheek rpsling i I shouted, "oh I'm so happy, I'm to happy, ) hallows his ani-n.il existence ; and learning ii i the heavy expenses abstracted from indigent i j|! to let up," though the audience waxed Ha, ]ha, ha,-hoxv.w !" says Mr. Smith t

*?on l'.KJe: GQcu'i Lead ; the dear child once I| mother won't cry any more,"-then, under a t i? no fnrtl:. r valaable han as it gives a Ipan- families : tha tumult of feeling, as the case I j I thinner. Finally! the presiding ofllcer got ex- kinder half laftin, "you're too hard on me now

or tR-ice cacon cioa Jy eighdl.' and these childish yet holy impulse, she knelt reverently -!, tity of rat: material! to be separated and i j! went from the advocate to the jury and the i cited and repairing to a friend of the speaki xxith your jokes." .
.::6\1 \\'e'f arrows to the wounded iiirit ol' down and liilpcod the little prayer file \01 ked up; in the intUIoctual 1 laboratory: till j j! thunder stroke, ns they pasesedit to the judge, II |i er's, inquired how much longer he might reaI 1 ain't jokin' at all says I, "they rehand- ,

lrta\ ?. i, 'had repatc 1 evciy night since she was bat it comes forth as new in form an as increased I elosed tp with the word "guilty." Then the I II sonnbly bo expected to speak I Whereupon sum children, and they do look wonderfully 1
.D..1 ::, "tiU pat fetrangey! )1 he f:1tu, I two years old : in value tS the porcelain xvhic'i entered the strong appeals to the pardoning power;; and, j! the friend answered he did'nl exactly know like you."

zftcr &long{* d l8ring which cOflSCICfltLadbee't God bV! '! mv darlln; mother, i manufactory in the shape of niclalicfcallf, clay ]I 1 I1St1th tearing of hearts asaunder at the :! -when he got on that branch of the subject Just then a gal brought in ft light and I'll

It'\iii ; co (a.\pr has a ?rcat d hal! of My darling CtUier t'w ; and band.-Xorforlc Argus.Beautiful 'execution of t-e! sentence. he generally spoke a couple of hours." be darned if the little brats didn't turn out to
r1'OrK to do.tl conies hone sired and) And may we !lovo atSi ..lhc-r -- --- -- I xritnessed once' a scerte winch comes appropriately '. That'll never do: I've got to make a few- be mulattoes, every one of 'em, and their hair
ptllips: a Ji tile fi M sometimes, but t &cad As ('1.rit.tlear hock thould do." Extract.We in place here. During the commencement remarks myself," said the President, how was as curly as the blackest nigger's. Mr.
''H'I ,{8-]ore vear mother he crad Think you there xx-ero no blissful tears shod possess -ermine( fragment which Cicero -I I exercises at Emory College! upI, shall I starve him off!I" and Mrs. Smith never had any children, and + t '
"''1)\\"!.r, and trindenn>l: what had become of,i in the little chamber they listened to the has preserved to us Horn a lost work of on one occasion, the Governor of the State Well I don't know-in the first place I they sort of petted them little niggers as play .

ttf dawn ddiA'ht he )had once fiAt at the I| petition of the artless! babe ? I Aristotle. It runs thus : "If there were beings of Georgia,* and his lady, with a gooly number should pinch his left leg, and then if he things. I never f Ito streaked as I did when V
who lived the of the carlh in
'.h j'1. I'uivu'I': !her fllrn.: I The 1J.rlort a light cheery place that in depths and '. of other friends, were staying wilh me.- should'nt stop I'd suck a pin in it." I see how things stood. If I hadn't kissed I'I
adorned with statues
"Ha von. do you really love her then ?" evening; little !llllcn! fit np bier than usual, I dxveHings Im nling8, All were light-hearted, cheerful, and happy, The President returned to his seal, and his the little nasty things, I could u got over it;
BJ'I tho i rbild, .j,,1 jr.t uiri,.,U on |Iii j, hflCCan.1 > becacse rhe was too hippy I to sleep; the astral and every tiling which is possessed in rich a- when a female form plainly but neatly attire, head 1 was invisible for a moment. Soon afterwards but kissing oil 'cm showed that I was in air

..xn? Ler full Uautiful eyes upon him : j shed a flood! of rid light over tho neat, well 1 hundance: by those whom we esteem fortunateand entered my gate, and advanced to my door.- I I he-returned to tho "brother" who nest, (though I was soft soapia on 'em all
these! } could reciex'e of
shn. ttmngPt! ; I Uum-h; by what mama said ordered room, lie! table was fiJI.-d with books the if and beings of the Jods and tidings could I received her, and, upon her request to see I III I h.-d prescribed the {/hi style of treatment, the time ;) how to get out of the scrape I
"yoa bated her .1mot. j the piano: forte openedand giving forth sweet I poxxer might the (;iovcrnor, I Conducted her to his room. and said- didn' know. Mrs. Smith !laffed so hard when '
If then from their hidden ,1 II
J.y: v-hat mxma btid !1" rsclair.icd hcr faj j sounds as of old, under the touch of tho now emerge "tIling ((7ox-ernor," said she, I am the motherof I pinched him, and }lie di 'nt take the least she see how confused I was, that the almost]
tot; h! tity, while a feclinjj: of anger shot I light hearted wife ; and a note was sent to through the open fissures of the earth, to the. I the man: who is to be executed, four days, notice at all-I stuck a j pill into his leg and suffocated. A little while afterwards there

i.Jfoaph; lii. heart at the tu.i len euimiso, that I j the old rcndwou?, in which Charles Crosby placesxhich we inhabit ; if they could suddenly hence, at Columbus, for murder. Hearingof I he didn't seem to care ; 1 crooked it in, and was a whole family of relations arrived from
1 behol.l the earth and the and the :
Tu-lf vault
of heaven could! the :
s affections from him ; what did mama of the I,-Club. He nex-er met with his old the recognize expenseof hastened with all speed Milledgex'ille, to I Very likely] ," said the wag that leg is morning I could see Mr. Smith did not liko .
firmament and the of the
say.., Ellt'll fit JjI detnanded terJIh'" companiona again, nor did he, from that lime xxinds cloudy<,f heaven, and admire the might in ib I bog of you a respite ofhis sentence, till the I I cork !" Nothing has been seen of that President the, rcmemberance of what I said, and'I don't
D,: look so hard at me. father," she quaff the soul destroyer, Fpaikling wine. sun meeting of the Legislature. There my money since. believe he'll vote for me when the election
and radiant and
rf JfcH, ;resstig her fnowy hand: over his Little Mllen is now large Ellen, but as majesty, beauty effulgence ; I gave out; but not finding you there, I comes on. I 'spect .Miss S. kept the old fel.
when veiled the earth in darkness
night ,
e'cs G ,"" mlla diJ 110t teU Ine, but bha told happy, and bright and beautifulasever. Sho I they lastly,could behold the starry heavens, the have followed you hither, having walked most Courting ScftcJonathan, do you love low under that joke for some tim(. '
I \\ ill si on give her hand to one worthy of of the way (bixty-fivc miles) to make the request !
More changing moon, and the felars rising and set boiled beef and dumplins Friendship.There .
and more aston h'll Charles gazed j her and the remembers as if it were Governor will not the
: ; yesterday you suspend don't but hot
ting in tho unvarying course ordained from Darned if I Sookey- a is considerable dash of '
tp the a "hunr
child without and alter aOfl1eflt'g the dark hour whon she found I !V' .- :
speaking, courageto sentence t:1rnal,1 I nDeparting
j I would surely exclaim thereare dumplin"ain't nothin' to your ,
eternity they in the
pause she continued, I went intotn.lnIs tell her father that he did not ]love her ; "Madim," said the Governor, his eyes already nature following lamentation. ) .any
Gods and such bo the nice red Sook. ."
things must lips,
;, great has realized its truth
room' thi afternoon beloro I knew I mother." Still; more vividly] docs she recollect filled with tears, for no Governor hada Jonathan do blush. Jonathan a poor wight to .10 let.
the work of their hand, *. O, law ter. Summer friends thick *
was tick, but I heard her talking, t-o 11! the wild and joyful feeling: with which kinder heart, if I were to grant the respite[ about are as Jeaves ill
It has been justly observed, that this did you read that story a man: as was Vallambrosa but alas how
Wet oa tiptoe. She was kneeling down by she ran up stairs, exclaiming, father says I Ii pas.sage you could not possibly reach him with it, in death a bear?' fc'thero aro .
the is alone sullicicnt to corroborate Cice- hugged to by to stand the test of
kpd, and to Father in J ':\. he loves won't i enfeeble and exhausted situation in time adversity. Save us from :
*nand praying our i you dearly" mama, you cry ro's opinion of the golden How of ArUto- your Gess I did Sooky-and it made mo feel such friendship:
cried and bobbed I do
as somewncs more now. him. .
any to save overish.
tic's eloquence and that his works all
wheu I am naughty, but I knew she pervaded Yes I will Governor; give it to me, andI how did feel Jonathan !t' \Vell they arc gone; my fortJae first de }.
of the ofPlato's ,
force lriec
how brothers have by something inspired you
astcxer d dear OJo.r, many you before the hour of And tbt'D my right g.o fdlow 't
l13.u"htgo mama: was will have it in Columbus '
Kinder if I'd like to t after
genius. Such to the sorter as hug you 1
t" testimory cx. likewise a.
e erer papn. got the g-r
flauhty: ?I" she asked artlesdy ill J t
aDd< "Six." istcnccofthc heavenly] powes drawn from the execution arrives. I e'enamost to death too, you tarnal, nice, After tile 8ummcr-pa''llities ial'18 :. "
waiting for 1 travel and
"Then would have to night
a reply. '
and of worksof you elegant little critter, Mv sen-nnts next C".1ve n,,
'' the plump
"Six What their !r' beauty stupendous greatness you.
She arc nsmcs w..e tby "liou1d
answered nnd three and AntI quit,
never was, to you or me, ; day, for four nights days a Jonathan. so they did. then m"
the I their all Jake Jim antiquitJ.-Il11mboldt's Kosmos.A 10law, now, go away, bettiieJ time inad
f.er! choking down hi. emotion.I Why names arc except half." I wwhiped, also 'we'. A.
Ah, Sookey are stch a slick gal !t' off\1\ a fit
and ,
V'tH, then, 10 heard her pray ; I knew name is I Bob. son of l"rin once gave tho following "Only give me the respite, and it shall Law, ain't you ashamed, Jonathan !I' Of laughter dog fled at too m 7To8tayirithine iMy ''puduci 6be maitI, ;.
Bje Couldn't if I she takes An editor in Illinois gives notice that 'there shall him how you .i.nQ 1. there .
care did, because toast : reach him in t mc. I see any I wish I was a nice little ribbon, Sook.' 7 really nOIe
me *ith her sometimes and she asked the will be no this week his wife is us- have time lose." poor clt but thou alone.
i paper as Here's wishing you may never die, nor before he dies : but I no to 4 What rod'! Let's weep tog.j. '..
ho would make her husband ing the scissors to half scat his troxvserloonswith. tho Governor I One little I have left, at lea4 ': V
jKarGodiJ j nobody, ]kill ye, until ye knock yer brains out fadllm, said mos '-Cos, be you'd tie me round that are .1'U3t-Ict'8 share it iQ f. *:
and said he went away from his i against the hiker knocker dyer own door." deeply sympathize with :you, and it pains me nice little neck your'n ; and I should like I knew I sce1L I that crest r crte. woe and IQ ,4'
'< puss
U tow, And likcj other people better, and she I "Father," said a roguish boj "I hope to tell you, that I should violate my official to be tied thar, darned if I shouldn't' Snaps 't, and 6Campers off after tae!: rest. g fc '
f'led!J3 her hp.nt xvas breaking, too, and) oh, bhe j you wont't buy any more gunpowder tea for Sambo thinks that the hog must bo a very duty to grant the respite. I have examined 0' law! there comes mother, Jonathan t Ru.h.-68,089 :' ."
to bad," continued the child giving such mother." %'hiy not ?f" "liecnute every ancient animal, because Noah took Ham into V vlltcd the por1on, nro s.id to hara, .. it '
a II
I mournful emphaus to the last two words time she drinks it the blows mo up." the ark. His Excellency, Claries J. ilcDonald run Crystal! Pa c" in one dF' *

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: 4 ?following ithns_ of couummioatum Sir John Fran: tlia.Tlie appealed. in Men need, and Recreation.wi'l' haw some kiud of re.creation. t & Journal.T.ILLAIIASSCE A call for a Cotton Planters'County.Convention inHadison Why is it that Southern certain Eights.men ia Florida nrc !| The account The Crops of the in prosit labama.of the gr.

r 7 M the Dundee JJ JT./MT/ of th ? "ilh ult : The l i"ly was not made for convtnnt At a meeting of a portion of the citizens so much opposed to Southern Rights ?"- | ing; crops in Alabama are very ducoura-i J

\I toil the mind not formed, for con- of !:tdison County, Florida, held near Foit Southern Tho Mobile Tribune pnUiahcs
Ih MMK, Jnl\ 1< 1jl.Mn. ; : ; wii3 : This is .1 q-.i? tioi: which the patriot tlio report
J 1 tie! medium of slant study. (God has not ordained! llrit li'b Hamilton, oat: Saturday, the IGtii instant, it of the Agricultural Society of of
1 KmTcti :-Through' -_-- __ %_ % w_- -SSATURDAY -'- finds it difficult to solve. Let .1 freeman Grffne County
$ highly H'Sjvctablei paper, I be>g to lay shall be fpcr.t in one continued seris of cf. AUGUST 2371831.Godsy's was section Ira wl.ich, after alluding to the
l ,4 your of tl.is woiIJ. Ho Ilesolrtd, That they highly approve the the South! speak of the rights of his drmngM v ii
pamealuia before the fort to secure the thhgs
the tiupoitkut has beta almost
following of the Cotton Planters Convention j Union uninterrupted ia
objects and there the that
; i has lit i ml tuna for enjoyment! as well! .IP Inbor. i iI arc men ready to holdup section
,IN. 1'ib11Cdb ifs of emoI lady's Hcok. I lately assembled in Tallahassee, and that Farewell Address since the first week in April, and l
rmrr Sior.e, I and made him .uscej-tiMe! j'leaturahle the Compromise, Washington's < the iulens
t ;; 'b \ sup.t of the ; ? The number this recommend their fellow-citizens of
Septen.bjr to
i lue popular'M they heat of they .
for to July,
t him a : ,
cVcjr vtonicd I tioiiK., He did not design to frighten s.-my---
] to fir part ofllic Aceonpa- te., as so many scare crows
t \ potci die toil has been received, and sust-iiiis its County, interested in the piice of Cotton, toj
; FranLlii.On dig the cartSi! for a while and -to on j jt Tlie result of this has been
Sir John | of those c'isa'lrous
the him from the assertion tights.And -
i 4l 10th) ult the wlialcr Jlora, }t until the hour of deith comes to conduct a | high position as one of the b. st pea kdkals | meet at the Court House on Saturday, | the growing crop. On all the high t
Satuuhy, land_
loth: of for the of uniting with this the who dares .
r \ bq : dust nnd ashes.- September, pmposo not content man |
who has been out shattered system back to in this, Tcrm chilling samlyas well as black
p of Hull, J. Uohb, master, published country. > o per an-1 nnd lands
laudable ciloits
with them in their taking and
he has him physie : assert I.is ts is hidd as a dUunior.iit, which
ttron On the other hand given a rig up constitute four-fifths}
Iudf cast anchor at > Addrvfs L. A. No. 11U or
tme and a years, num. Godey, CIicsj j fcuoh further action as be deemed neces more of tK
l which like the harp, may be i may Cataline of treason, and area cultivated ia cotton the
and sent her lttt rM and pajvrs by post ( ; system Pa. a perfect a plotter plant Ita-j leen
1 ness, nut street, PhilaJelpLh,
A letter was received ia Aberdeen on :Monday touched to any tune. lie has nv.de the o\e, sary.We one who I is ready to destroy that great fabric dwarfed to half its proper size, and that eft
lie insert the above notice with pleasure,
from hiI i the the mouth all inlets pleasure miiuUivc weed has but
street, car, a
Douylas King very rr.odvrr.te sonl
Mr. John of States which blended and cemented

by were
Gi1l he Ccntrjil Southern Association
-r I ret3jcr! Mr. ( Douglas, mite of the aforesaid i has si constituted us. that we may bo wound lilts and hope that every County in tho State, and ply of young bolK, Squares ami lloonij
I hip. It coulaiub the fullouing titci.tI up to the higheat degie'rs of pleasure, and re-1 I of (iadecn! will meet in Quincy: en the indeed in the Southern States, will hold meeting together by the blood of our forefathers. which it is rapidly- losing for want of '

narrative : ceiml through the me'dinm of the senses, a j firrt Saturday in September, to be addressed mind rend thiir ablest and most judicious The vciiest slaves ia our country have rights. sustain it. If we should have rain in sap future(to<

,I ** In February last our sJiip's crew pattially flood of happiness llesidcs in this such, lie has arranged -,i ins by ( o1. \Vhitncr and A. M Doby Esqr.- j Planters as Dele gates to the Convention ntjj They have the right to be comfortably led sufficient to saturate the soil, the effect \voii] I
; outward world manner
iibandoiicd tho vessel, nnd erected a : the a ; and clothed-they have the right to rest from be to cause still more rapid[ throwing
the desire
The laborers in Offof
4) good cause a
I Had Macon in October In the multitude
in to give nun the high st enjoyment j jGe j next. jjof II j and boll
.. house on/tht* thore, it be'iiig main squares voting by a plethoric
*now their labors Sabbath ia the 3ovr
for ceaseless labor lie and it is hoped that they will have every \ear-they
S comfortable than on board, and od difeigmnl man counsellors there is safety. We observe | nf s.ty. The weed would then take a
& respects more would have aim such a body r.s lie j of of their co-la I have a light, when charged with particular second
: :Lelttr suited for huntiugoperations. We h'I1 l not given the pleasure gioe-tmg many | that many papers 5i: the South are calling atjtention i growth but tha fruit; formed en the "towth

I been at that time five months frozen np in j jloncaster now possesses lie would have darkf net, flue borers fiom the adjoining counties. \VhiIc t I to this subject Tho Soil of the crimes, to be I tied! by a jury of their country, would scarcely have time to mature, and j

Sound. In one of our cxcurshnsjwe eye, deaden the ear, aad blunted all the nicer | Northern abolitionists are working upon public .i'ul! he who deprives them of these rights 5* wonhl besides be peculiarly subject to the dc.
i sensibilities and made the hand as Isard as I South, an able Agiicultsiral! ; paper, published! ,
ludiani*, ; pcdation of the boll
(till in with party of Ivwpimaux answeniLb to the laws of the land. Hat a worm. The most fa
llieir conventions aid
iron and the font insensible bras seniimetil by : meetings : in Columlns Geo. in the number t
had a blight knowledge as shut ? August ,' J vorable circnm tances for tao
nine of I in language number;;they they inquired: whether! wevere formed for enjoyment, we find men pecking !- j and threatening ns with still further aggiesijons j urges every County and Agricultural Society 'Southerner must not speak ofl.b rights. O [ I.tntls wr-nld be occacion.il light crrp slin on the 9

% our English or Americans. On being satisfied : it After tin; 1 ibor of the day is over, | li-t not Sontheni men bo idle in to send :ip Delegates ; and where the Counties no' It is treason-it endangers the perpet- I[ which might Lave the feet of making fr tliei ?

VIr if belonged and the till of life i is done, they return to every i of tho Union, and threatens the downfall bolls and
i on that point, the y inquired the prolectio'i) of their lights. Let public or Socie-li-'s fail to do so, the Editor calls amity i young sqnares adhere to the mt1k.
: ] to Chief Frankan. The idea now quarter to find some source of recreation, j sentiment IMJ concentrated here too, and 1 of liberty. O glorious liberty tender plant I Even: under this contingency, which we g.
with prepared the Planters to elect themselves and
knew some avenue of life which is flagrant i! upon the
minds tliat they eome- teem most favorable the
I ,
flashed our Wo would asse-t bat dare not do crop wrnlj
upon to meet er.cmhs in their worst at | our lig'ite,
our "
flowers and which echoes with sweet music. and fifties and
about Sir John and his crew and we !;, [come np lens hundredIl.c :. i prove a short one, from the reduced fizc
.. answered thing iu the affirmative. They then p: int- tacks. Go to the Quincy Mo ting in masses, \ hope that Id call will be answered by the i so lost thoq! taTe' offence and fly away Citi.ens the weed and! the indication it :ifinrdof of s

.. t>d to tiie right, to a towering; heap of enow The 28eftt of Virtue. tlen, and c'lllhato the Southern Kfirit, for ', assembling! of tho k-irgost Convention ever I I / of Florhi.i, are"we thus to be frightened precocious maturity, by Llonming! at the tejg

I mountains, and by their gestures they sirnilitfd It is the peculiar o/ \i.tue to make a man's which, ere long, we are L'kely to have great r.cU in the Southern Slates. from the assertion of our right, and maintaining of the stem and the ends of the brandies.

,t they bad gone to tk'tp.Vo brought chief hup'inets; ari>e (toni himst'it and hi* need. them by the force olarrns, need bo? The crop on the sanv! bottom Lands! and

c them to our wiow ho"' o, when I ins'antly rel own conduct A bad man is wholly the creatuie A Prediction-Oca. Scctt. Are wo quii'tly and peaceably to subnat to j black land slough* bids f&i. to do wth1, un.

Mr. ilobli our captain, :and: of the voilJ. He hangs favor, the Traces. The of tha | less hereafter injured rain f
l ported> die case* to upon KiCki11 frcal man Whig pasty most promi- the abuse and gresiiun of Northern aholi- by or the boll!!

It was ngrccd that a party of twelve men lives by etuilc! *. and his Ltippy or mis-rrible, i 1 We w.M sometl.ui.'g) lm.t week of tie! coalition -inent for the PreiJency just now, is Geri. ; xvorm
Indians.and probe th.-ir in his I 1ut to vi.tu- | tionists I Is this the way that liberty is to Lot The month of i the
would accompany the proportion to sncces a in New Vojk between the ITilinoie and: ; Scott Ho has iccehcd the nomination al- j Uigust ? time for te!: r
tsfc to the foundation. The party coui-ted Otis man, success, ill wordly nndeitakings; i i' I t enjoyed and the Union preserved I No, nevcr bdll worm, amid if we have the nioi.t or rainy
ry J. Brown, carpenter. bat To di-eli.'irge his j Seward whigs.and could not but express cm ioaily i- I ready of some of tfie leading .Northern States, | weather favorable to its
of Mr. Page, our KUCOTI, a secondary object. I If liberty was worth the struggle which propagation, we must
.: Wilson IJluir, Hail Murray, AgneuCro
ley, Joue .I-.kiiison: Ilaffarty: (seamen,) nnd chief aim. If he has done properly what was of the matter. The organ of the adminutra- with vigor, in order \o have his ascendencyi : preserved i I As regards the corn crop, without goir*

f myself. We had a plenti'ut supj ly of pro\i incumbent oa him to do, Li* mind i* nt rc&t, :ion, as we stated, at once uttered its approval. -i pre-eminent in the? National Convention. I and it cannot bo [preserved) without j into detail we think! it sufficient to say. tt

ion$, wliicl* v ere packed: iito: a liat-1)otoiU'd! to Providence he leaves the event His \\ itncfs : This tiunvs where (he President is.- | being asserted.! We claim the liberty of pr-: [ we believe! it will prove the shortest on&
Some has observed
.. bout, which wjis covered with bcal sski-i, nnd : is in heaven, and! i liia lecoid is on j Though he knows that Sevvard has the ; paper the !Piess of, chafing goods without being compelled to t; which has been made the last fifteen years.

: several iitk-s, spears, &C.O btait vl e>;n our high, saurfied witii the approbation of (jod, j jaud greater both parties at the* South frowns upon the !! pay buithcnsomc datie*, wo claim the liberty The Tribune remarking oa this report

dreary journey on March jtli. Our rout* the tefclimony of.a good; coiiecience, lateItitys strenglli in his Slate: and will control it, movement," whereupon the N. C. Standard says
of slaves when ; -'The description it be taken
a was oae of tltu wildest which can be conjeclured. himself and despises the tiiuiujili.s of;; and though ho knows that the South holds 1s ; <= : recnptuiing oar they escape gives may aj
i\i zig-zng course tip Iu ioporiifin as such manly: princij.pt'8 y I ito non-slaveholtli.'jg State, we claim the applicable to at least all the coonties of Sot
We proi-cedL-d \ a guilt. | I Seward it: perfect abiiorrence as being !hcrwoi&t : "And ifGrn. Scott should
bo the
the t then rule I.eatt will become independent I yet of slave into Alabama having similar soils This Is
oue hill, down another then to iigl< your you enemy, yet lie fall into his embrace, Whig nominee for President the liberty taking our property any a reliable -
tl tlie-n to Use right agniu.: On the oJ the world, and will foibear comiaining par- t| and above the reach cf
tu e Iwft( tertitory belonging to the United States.It .- report ir.dhidual -
and his friends will elect of the South will!
such him.
to as a
to be the t help men to ty party, support I
began of its It i i-s imperfection (
tomsofdibcoiitfiit di-conragemeuta.
fdurtli diy $ i { Mark the was L oithe preservation of these and other iufluence.
Jiunifestcd l.\ our hardy ta.-s, our feet were of your virtue which occasions you 1 oihVe as the latter will be willing to see pla'ced prediction. I

cut and wouueloel: with the bharp ;projecJitig to J-e weary in mil doing. It i* beeaufe there. JStiil we hear no whig say anything i Of course, it will. That party will almost I liberties that this Union was formed. Now II I

fragments of ice-the titaw w .is gotting in: your boart remains divided between Cod and which condemns Mr. FUIuiore fLr yitlding. laugh at von, brother Stmvianl, for even conj | we dad! many of our Northern brethren ready CniIi'pe f nf the .IToJi/ Tribun

and we we.-re ppreheusi\e of being bmSud by the world, that you are .w oltcn discontented: j a.ikrkg it so much a matter of doubt! as to | to diveft cs of these rights. A strong fouling I Gotten Crop in Mississippi.I'LAI .
Ihtffalliiigavalancheo( snoW, V liLeb descends -partly wi-jjig! !; to dicchargi-d your (Italy, Pzr.tnit: \-<, Mis, Any. t ISol.
be made the of hostility to our national rights is growing
of the mountains.Ou Some Southern whigs, though, have kicked : subject a p.-euiriion. What I have made it business
like) lightning down the tics and partly; sc< king yt.nr hapjiii.e. fioai pome- I my to jr"t t all tea
the1 1(Oil.) day, April 5tH.our gUides led ut thing that: is repugnant to your duty fttudytj fre;.i the traces,and spoken out boldly against !' liai Scott done that: 5 is worse than tho Con'grussional -:' U[> at the North,an'I still: we are forbId to assert information I could from all the cotton Staff%

into a larps natural :finintiithealre; among the be more convi tcnt in principle, and more i the coalition, notwithstanding the cue given votes of Mr. I'illip.ore ? What has. those rights under the penalty of being called i and am fully satisfied the crop will not equal -

,laauiit.iiiis. After a journey* of some miles we uuifotm in prncti'-; and your peace will be j by the Ilfj-itblic for a different course. The he said that h worse than the doctrines ol disur.ionist.;, and this, too, by men who claim ;! that of last year. Two-thirds of the

t1AItI1bl ... tbii. waving, over the SHOW- more nnbokea.-br. lllair. ,i cotton crop is ptanteel on nplar.d All cf
"**>". -nnii- ]!j, Iultimoie AiRcriran of it : "It watitibOUfld11CS the I'rie letter ? And vet Mr. Fillmore was to Ii3 Southerners. If wo wish to retain our
itvas a black t-ilk liaudkerchit'f tid to the says this land will not make exceeding half crop.

tap of a walking fclick. \Vc eagerly drew oat A Nurse of Great Men. ; it wants honesty. It forma no : supported witu a tiurtau by tne wi.ig party boasted liberty and equality, and preserve the j It then remains to be seen whether or not the

the staff, nut! commenced operations by digging In Pan*, an old lady named Mother \ lJais n)])ou which! the men that made it can I' of the South, and by the aid of its vctes ha Union ia its purity, we must boldly assert our "slfu lands" and bottom lands will make a

about two feet deep. We. came on tie! lertmde," known i ii: all the distinguiblied( | look their Southern brethren honestly in the ; attained l.i> position of (Thief Magistrate of just and equitable right*, and defend them to crop in this country, and that H not recorded

body of a man, and in a few minutes after we families of that capital lately died. Could face. I It I: is a subterfuge on tho part of othera. the Union. It may be true that many wlii rs the List extremity. We may look in vain for as certain.
discovered other three bodies. They were the have wiklen her life it would bo On the 15tL of July, I considered my crop
a re- ." Tlie Atmrican further : "In the will net go as far now as they did in the hat a returning sense justice" oa the part of
icicles decomposition hd not says at this place good for 204) bfl*> -it tTill cot
frozen like ; markablo one, for she was a nurse for the''
.. <;oninienced. Tlu-ir Jieard were long and sick, and hud; witnessed iu the long course of santinienU on slavery which they Iia\u laid j jbefoie cmuivn's. The action of Northern whigs, as | the North &o long as wo acquiesce tamely ia now make exceeding 125 bales.! ITiswill

fjiaggy! while their rigid featua and waited j her life many remarkable sews. She hd:: the public, wo tee SewarJiiin j-redym now well understood, may deter thera fiom. their aggressions, let when we evince a determined apply to nearly all! rny ntigubors. 'fl.is unfavorable -

limbs spoke in the language of nature-they { closed the eyes of Chopin ; waited on Alira-' iaatU: even the semblance of countenance to anti spirit of resistance to aggression, change ha been proeluced by the

liaJ died from want. !bean, Sicyes, the brothers Lamttl1! U.nniave, j "'Tlie trail of flic cerpciit i4 over tlism alL*" slavery sentiments: ; bat "a. a parIs," Itdt our right will bo respected, justice awarded, long drought My cotton will not make5Ibs.

Their drej was tliat of J'-/uili soamon in and the late Di kc dc Lauzun ; appli 'd l-eeh-1 the of t, and the Union preserved. per acre daring the monihof: August-tie
This has the oa by aspiring politicians, great uiass
cold latitudes. One man hnd liis name writ- j es to the bloody Marat, put a mnstaid j-1 r-.ter | strong whig paper evidently J main cotton month. On my upper farm ny:
0 hi.s "il.Cnrr." view of the and affect the i iadmini Southern Whigs will undoubtedly support h r.t this time good for a fair ,
ten, or rather engraved, on ; ami, | oa llobicjierr; ( aud even held the head of! right proceeding, The inactions.ALABAMA. prospects crop
e *J1ie rt'! t were till more or L S8 marked$, some Napoleon when he had an attack of fever.- tration as it may, it sees a necessity (len. Scott, if l.o b the Whig nominee.: If worms pvruittirg. I have just returned and

: had crosos on their breasts, olheis fctari Not long ago fhe closed the eyes of a mati.' for souidiug ths alarm on the subject Other they do! not a greater change will have come .-Collier, tho Democratic can- am sorry to say the worms hive commenced.I .

/ diipti; le'ter, cVc. Our hearts eickucil at who for twenty years [sre\Ions to the ICevolutiou i ever thc spirit of their dreams than there i ia didat: for (Governor, has been elected, and i iI am now out with all hand setting |>l lU to
them iti their old southern whig papers sjieiJi ii the same terms j catch the Hies or moths wLich predate the
the pight.Vc rejAaced of iVbm-iry! hold the keys of the Sec -( I five Union and two Southern Rights members -
desolate graves, and eat up the same memento -et F md," ana who, Iwforo be died, ordered of it. They are not M> tied to Mr. Fillmore, any indication of yet.Kcntusky. to Congress. The Legislature is claim j cr.tterillcr.! lut? I fear I am too late ipginuing. -

nori. Poor ll-llowa, I exclaimed, 3-ou have a plar til.t'ter, illpped his lingers therein, j but that they dare in this particular to do! Election. I pat out a few plates last night and
ed bv the Union
Jittcniptetl to regain your homes by on overland and breathed his krtilh these words : I 11waUi their duty to the South, and to condemn the The clond ofwhiggery which for so many w men. caught- from four to twelve fiicsvin each plate.I .
journey, bat you are left in the desert hands in innocence.*' Mother Cler- NOKTH C.tuoLtN.-'F1zough1 we have not I never saw more {lies than at the prestnt
my j unhallowed alliinco which l.c lie-ids mail has darkened the political! horizon ef
The Imluus could give us no more itittili- I trude! i.lso witnessed the resurrection of a years received all the returns from the State, sufiicient time, and nothing but dry weather will save
Tho sancliun.t the otherwise happy and prosperous State of what remains of the from the dimwit V
pence, *o we returned. tuot piobable child, who is now one of the most di&tinguUh, t intelligence is at hand to enable us to crop

conjecture is, a large party bad t-et out from ed women of Pa:is. The chiM had died, as I I to the whig organ here, it H evidently i Kentucky, B at length dispelled. The seep- form a correct opinion as to the general result I Yours, dc.; ,-

J ir .1 olin Frankiiirb: exKHliuan] ; four ha
pemhod ; in all probability tho whole of them collin. That uiglit, the mother, who had sanctions: would be di.lcivmmltv-to approve of;| Clay, and! old Kentnck" is redeemed. The !! The following are time Congressmen The Catterpilkr.Oa .

are now dead. cast herself on the floor in an adjoining loom Democrats Lave elected their candidate for elected : :T. L. Clbgman, J. P. CaM\vell, Tuesday, we noticed tic of
the coalition would "ne rather too bad rMher: presence
: [Extracts from the letter of Mr. G. Douglas in the bitterness of her giief, suddenly aiose, j Alfred Dockery, James '1'. Morehead, A. W.Vcnable the worm in the immediate vicinity of-(
Aberdeen board overstepping the safe lin-ils. Therefore the! 1 (lovcrimr, and five out of the ten Representatives army
to Mr John Douglas on and was led, by an irres tible feeling, to look ; J. U. J. Dsnkl, V.T. S. Ashe, E.j I the city. They made thu'r appearance simultancously -

.-. the Flora.] again; on her child's face. Oa opening the i Sentinel is mum on tho subject-it has noth- I in Congress. A few more snch! triumphs Sianly, Dahl Outlaw four Southern ira the Parishes of St. Andrew
; lights
Uy in erting this letter, \ou will oblige door, bho found it Kiuing up ii: the coilin, I! jug to KIV. '1 he matter is not thought of aif-- ns this and Whiggery will never more and I and Christ Church, adjoining Charleston, on
five Submhsionists. Xo
THOMAS I 11D.CGrreJoM.leE1:1Jc i men change.
jours lespectfully, playing with the funeral garlands. This ic'maikable ficient importance to require even a pasiiagt1otle. raise her drooping head. In IS JO the WLig I the East and West They are not, strictly

scene Ix'camu the subject of one ofLauiartine'K I exceeded 'FucEs'EE-The returns from this State i i speaking, the Cotton worm, being somewhat
YEjert Well, thtse eentitiel.-* that stand on majority in Kentucky 120,000.
poems. : slowly. Sufficient however have jofaa omnivorous character generally commencin -
; ,
OIIAXGC IVKV:, Italinma l>ank ) the outposts will -leeji sometimes, arid we j Who but' the tinier rifted Derr.ocral.'i' of that uiflcin: their attacks on the grass z .1 1 small
ueen received 10 renucr it almost certain urn
August J lb.il.Tro Tnfi Hcfnc of the thi/brt'nL.-'J'lae I town are not sure but history rt-coids some instances State could ever have dreamed ofovercoming J j' grains, and extending thence to the ycunj
Campbell, Whig has been elected Governor
Kmall steamboats from New.Or1enc, of Puerto Principe, which i is the capital of of their being waked by the tcniblo neiscof such numbers I Hut they are not the boys; corn, cotton, rice, &c. Ou ono plantation

I %vflh from 1,000 to 12UO() mm on bourd, anclioml the l'tit"il? lA-paitiii t of Cuba, is Pttuatod I the enemy .ilu.-dy v.'iriiin! the walls. to bo frightened by numbers. They felt that ; 'over Trousdale, Democrat The probability every blade of grass ia the pastures was destroyed -

in l los MimHros Roads last evening, in the interior, a little (to the east of the cen their cause was just, and, wit'i Col. Win. O. | is, that the Whigs and Subir.5ssoUiS: have | ia the course of twentyfoetours

nnd after Uopping for about two hoars, pisod tre of tie i-I a r.d, and four hundred and lifU The Guincy Plank Road.It likew ise carried the Legislature' The pol'ui-i i from their first appearance. In the cotton

this place, steering E. tf. 1", It i isvll miles from Havana. It i* thirty-six mil s will bee t>ecn that the time for opening ; 1'utlcr! at their head, they marshalled their cal complexion of the Congressional Delegati -! fields they are scarcely less destructive, strip

'. known b "re that the Cubans have j.urclwvxi: from Nen\ita which i is its seapoit, end Use books for subscriptiuns to this road h | forces anti renewed the attack in IS 1 1, when j unable ping the plant of leaves and also perforating
with .
lljeso steamers, und that those on board through which :dl its foreign' trade passe: .- citmagetl! to the uOtli iust.Ve were gratified j they reduced the Whig a majoity to about j jSOOO. >n we aro to state accuracy.INDIANA. the young bolls, which perish immediately.rij .-

formed tie auxilary forr c-xpccted by the The Town i is situated between Iwo iivnlc-t, to hear that Tho work has gone bravely on, anJ .-All the Congressional Districts C'itir1e1om HU;: im>t.
Patriots from the Unite! States. It is imj>osriblf which, unite and loon the fan Pedro river.Tho .- over S:jOGO have been already | have been heard from the first and the
is the result of time late election except
to conjecture the ca'Jso of fo ninny country i in the neighboihood fonncily pu flflised, 08,000( of it in this c itv. ThU looks following : A rencontre took place on Saturday sfer-

I j-mull craft, will* such able crows, cmbliiig produce iinir.enio quantities of cattle, and like! t.-tking: hold of the matter in earnest L. W. Powell, (D.'m.) is elected (lovernor, sixth, and the result is as follows : noon last, at the Turpentine Distillery of Mr.

along tlio Heef and among the innumerable supplied! limo markets of Havana. The soil i i--: Vih: that amount subscribed, we should think land J. li. Thompson (Whig.) Lieutenant Tliirel-Robinson, (Dem.) elected. Benin, between J. Jacobs and Paula Cherry.In .

island, unless that which oxciles the public exceedingly lich anl productive, but much'of t; Fourth Varker, (Whig)
;it Kife to }begin operations at once. The the affray, Jacobs struck Cherry overhead
tnind in regard to the political movements it lies wa&tc and uncultivated. The mountain Fiilh-Hendricks, (Dem.) "
now tran piiing in Cuba. tatze of Cuba flanks the city on either highest ertirnated cost of building the road!, J'fprcsrnfaHrrs in Congress : with a largo hickory stick, breaking Bi*
Seventh Davis Dem.
( )
- 4 The tli-tination of the steamers and the hand. Tlic eastern chain, running to the we are toll, is $;>,000. How easy to get iKt Di.tnictLLmnui Boyd, (De-ai.) skull, and resulting death. Jacobs was arrested

flotilla in this Archipelago, is unquestionably point of the island!: at Capo Mayti, is savage that amount if people \voulj only consult their iltul Uenj. I. Gray, (In. Whig.) Eighth-Mace, (Dem.) on Sunday, at his residence, and

I the Hay (ifs Neuvitas, which is the entrance to and broken, porno of the peaks ,tiding to the true interests. The experience of tha country, :JM i Pre&l.-y Kw ing, ( Vhi.lila .) Ninth-Fitch, (Dem.) brought to New Port On Monday lie was

Puerto Ptiiieipe, the river emptying into the height of right thousand feet These mountain Win. T. Wood, (Wlsfg.) 'I'cnth-Ion1cn, (Dem.) whom
__ | wherever thcjse road have been tried i decidedly examineel before two' magistrates, by
I Jay running iuto: the interior of the} town of vulf! > 8 and defiles will afford! ample
: 5th James Stone, (Dem.) he committed the Tallahassee to
lYmeipe. The aj proarh to the l liy of Neuitas fjie-lter to the evolutionists, who may al o in their favor. Why will they not do Enmcrcd Plans of Gca. Lopez. was to jail,

\ l liv troop imiit be made by eea from draw their snppiies from the lich ngricultuial! equally well here I There can hardly be a Gti! Addison White, (Whig.) A New Origans correspondent of the Baltimore wait his trial at the next Circuit Court for

Havana, and not "an oyster boat can now region adjoining.; doubt but they will, particuhily when made 7th J Humphrey Marshall, (Whig.) IV.trioivritingthenco on the 5th, gives Waku la county, for the murder of Cherry.

.; move in these wateis unknown to the invaders. between 8th F. C. Ureckenbridge, (Dem.) Cherry is said to have been a highly estimable
points: ofleiing tuch to
A Hal 'J'ernr.-It i is advantages the following additional particulars concerning
At Puerto Principe, or on opposite ,
lh Mason! Dem. of
( J. C.
( ) ho about iG!
ride of the bland, atjil equi diftuit, aro the obliged to live with one of a complaining | agriculture, tho trade, and the pleasures the plans and movements of General Lo- yo-ing man ; was years

town and river of SL Cruz, whicltis! accef iblc i-- temper. To hear the eternal round of corn of the citizens generally as the one under no 10th 11. C. Stanton, (Dorn.) and the Pampero.Tlie age. He immigrated to Florida about a year.

to Fmall vessels of war, and, to a certain; plaint and mourning, to have every pleasant tice.V& say again, fill up tha EUbsCnipIiOnS> Which makes the next delegation stand 5 i pez the since, from flit county, N. C.
ty, at one of those two points will! the men thought sacred awiy by this e\il FJ:irit, is in! at once-'twill ha health Whig?, and 5 Democrats. Veil done for steamship Pampero, thing We learn that shortly after Jacob's arrest
wealtliand the water left here
hag comafit on oa Monday morning toJacob's
time liial. I It ) but it i is on Sunday, a man named Hyslip, went
from the Reef and from the ttcamcrs effect a :i sore H <.m.s noil.ing, old Kentnck '."
landing. like a perpetual nettle, ulnays nibbing againf-t and give the woiIJ aUrammce that Mori- with GOO men, and took in tow a schooner house, and! attempts; ?, or did comaii '

.I The Vn.Hc population of Cuba does not you, and inilatiug :ir.d aunoying you mote da has some commendable public! ; spirit Tun Coxsr.KVATou is the name of a loaded with arms amid ammunition. This a rape upon Mrs.Jacobs. We have notheara

.. J reach 000,000, and the Free CYlored and than the severet injuries. \v'or of all is a paper iti Ocala, recently started by Lewis much is certain. Now what follows is rumors of the scoundrels arrest, but are told that the

: lave manv. The Crer.lo V.'hites are bad tempe-r in the home1. Its influence i h irrefistihly KolJicrs MariKg.-It seems (hat the administration | bat is generally credited as fact o&ccrs Leon count arc in close pursuit
: as C. (Jaines Hsrj. fiom the office of the Argus, The
Steamer ia in search of the
Pampero ta9seufile.
all of him. Mrs. J. much bruised in
ami "Free Colored -10,000 equal to ilijruscd though its members.- have was
r' 1-10,000 thought proper to send more which is extinct It advocates the obliteration Spanish Steamer Pizarro, which she hopes toj it is said! has wife in soraa
lbO,000, all of whom are capable of beating: The fcunnicbt tenijer i is by degtees soured by Hyslip, a
troops to Cliailofcton, South Carolina. A cf old distinctions and the formation meet and capture, and transfer her own men tO.
the of Times Airg-
arms.and favorable, it is said, to the revolution. piesence of such a j.ersoiK party part Gcorgia.-IVukzdla ,
Opposed to this force aro 0,000, You may say that one oiu-lit not to fed company recently anived thereto bo stationed of a new party: in favor of the Union. to her. Then the Pampero is to run into
the bad in one of the forts for what is SounD Texan port for another lot of men to The Abolition 1'reac1zcr.c.-We believe OUt
Spaniards, belonging to the Inland! and 23000 ,- temper of another, but it would be purpose Consolidation seems to bo its doctrine.
) ( .* equally reasonable to liy: a |.laster: of SpanUii not said. Dut the Mercury is indignant at carry to the hland. friends in the West have determined to get
|Jauish troojs.The Much as wo difler from tho Conservator, we A Steamer left hero on Thursday last for rid of the abolntion incendiaries at all boards.
iies the skin and
next intelligence will bo decisive, and njion) expect it not to the and
'. will declare to the world that Cuba has severed draw. Ono tiring out oflune will destroy tiling, regards it as a movement of welcome it to our list. Vera Cm/, but she is saiil to bo destined for At a public meeting held at Union, on
the (jovcrnnient to intiihidato the State. However Cuba with JJOO men. Tho Steamer the 2t>ttult
Chingarora -
River GuSlford County, on
the music of instrument ,
otherwise Deep
.. the link that connected hr with Spain, an perfect. or::: Mr. Cobb candidate of the whigs in
ia from the
4 melted it more firmly, to endure for Ono uncomfortable temper in a family will, thai may be, it certainly seems ill-advis missing Lake, and is said to the following Resolutions were
or agee Georgia for Governor, has at last published a have taken a full load of men and ammunition .
V Yours very truly, &e,. iVc."J. like a law 1101 th-vast wind, chill the whole ed in the present excited state of feeling a- mously adopted :

( '1'. WYLDE.Aug. family circle, and seems to have power to mong the people of Carolina. The tiouiheni letter-not tho ono to the Convention which in Mobile Day. Resoh-cd, That we will give our conhnneaand
into of the house. but The Steamer Alabama is engaged to take united efforts to expel the said Ad3"
penetrate every room / lib fiiends thought it prudent to suppress
I Standar differing from: the Mercury, of f 00 State,
says men oa Saturday next Two schooners Crooks mind J. C. Bacon, from our
-I In We
.ZVcu.flcdf.ird, 11. tport, and His doctrine about "
another, a long one too -
the matter said to have left Pensacola must.
: arc with if
ammunj :- if ire canforcilJy
the lafct Dcallian CorlroacJies. "peaceably
this ?
near place, tempest on Saturday correspond.-
was nlmost unprecedented. Full grown of the New Yoik Express; gives the following For ourselves wo have sufficient self-reli secession is a little peculiar, and we j lion and men. Tho Steamer Monmouth, is llesohcd. That this assembly offer are-

I ; .: trees, fences, ftone walls, com fields,
r iu passing: breeze and do no doubt that a large party, 3500 men, sion of A Jam Crooks and J. C. Bacon,
were levelled to the ground. Not only glass, Place a bawn of strong suds, sweetened every not court PR1$1 1852.-Tho say lf *
frames the with molasses the floor with that suspicious sort of susceptibility, which FILLMOUE FOR DENT IN are now either on their voyage! or ready to ono hundred dollars for either of them
? but window were destroyed by on every night, 5
_ a'k : hail. In this place the storm was very sever a wt-t cloth on the floor, the edge on limo batin would convert every bhadoxv into a phantom, Alabama Argus, at Demopoli.*, in Marengo embark: ; and! the moment it is known that a ken in this! State at any time after the

*, the rain falling in torrents ; but uo feerious for easy access to the valcr. Uy thin or fee in any tiiviul occurrence a desire to county, has hoisted the name of Millard Fill- good landing ha* been effected, there will be day of August, 1831.-H7toiw *'i CII'
h bully at. 10,000 men ready to leave on. the Expedition. cia!.
: damage was done. means they will soon bo entirely destroy ed. I more for the Presidency in 18W.


i f

( North of the dray Nnnuery: is to be -- -
arcs face
} Coresron4tuc preparatory to tie other t+opcianon: thai: A Voice Li Behalf cf Cnba. EAE3ECUE.A -

1, seen the famous Clack; Niu nery, once reiidcrcti he the hero's" At a meeting of the r
,1 >:rAL, Augurt own half brother, amt' citizens of the County Brrbrcuc: 1511 be n jrcn by the Southern

1.n tied raft' ;inJ sound an object of such tiuilling interest by that he runaway from the same town, Nor if Mr.dison: in pursuauc, to preuous notice, fji-i XStem. !:1'd i,t* Acation: pf Ccntrerillc: near the (Centre

1 rter49t E; u mt the cL jatrrcuce .w..tl1iaf tlie dist-lnsui-fs of Maria Monk-wlio, by the folk Several of the waiters at this (hotel( au the Mtli! }inst. Hon. ALEXANDER. McOONALD s viIeSiloolH! r.
: ''t wbcrc .. tray, has a brother pniciu-iiig! i.v 'at the bar ( was called to the Chair, and Gio. to st'hich the public generally are invited A '
1Ie ([Montreal (louse .
llnadl Cotaipa n y, ,) arc fugitives. They be- i1'. Baixsox and DOXAI.O F. ,
GSTOX, lumber of ptr.tlt-mcn from tla* and the vdpAHitgd.uait
t? utc ni'' aI nd Eoon deposited bcrc. The black tNuunety is of course closed ?;Date themselves! with great propriety to FCar.s. were appointed Secretaries. The As we go to press it is all dark and lawer- ; may l>e cxfctid ty aJJrwa: the SicxtinAC

pig Cubt'tnl House to all save the initiated 'Hie gazer % Southerners at.d i hairman iti brief and inn overhead and
may raining furiously b'owiug
ntrexl 1 I nose ou generally speaking are the elogant terms explains nsS !3, 151.
,, r.'i" Ih+ butt.j ke1''t' by a dt ver fG'tai uidi beating heart, look at it, but is not i,>lived l- most attentive servants ia: the house-thanks Jio object of the meeting. tnt till r, ling strong from everywhere '' hen

rr tt: cap! Cell I'r+,m my room lon' | to look /<;, i it<, while: the poor creatures to their jilanlation, training. Upon motir.n of F. 1. Wheaton, I sgr., the i 1.* every indication of the usual storm of the Rates of Storage at Gt. Marks.
=e yrs. olKiv.ing gentlemen were appointed Cornniltee COTTON, per: l,ale,. ,..12cW '
? -
x'n st"r' allt'ed out "LJiroujA i o pectins
npa the narrow : l atid whose lips have pronounced C. II D. lotions, expressive of the sentiment of the cf a frightful gale along the coast. CORN and othir Grain, ir Luhf,.4c '
peo- SAfrcin LT,.t.i r sacl ,..1 2 1 c
Inn"n d
the irrevocable! vows forbidden ,! of the County of <
'' r s, Jrow are evermore 1.e Madison the -
,, ?.t upon I BEARD &( Dl2slIA5LSt '
? m. CattcnPlantcrs1
(.i rt : '1}. jeotro Dame to the more to mingle 1 with the busy world without. And Association. jest of tho Revolution now jrnRrrsfiag i: }in the ? Harks Any 22, 1S51. S3 Sift '
5t'1 1 The Central Association of tho Cotton island of Cuba, to 1rt} : I'. I. 'vYl.eaton D. II. LANDING OF OEN. LOPEZ.

Ir,: ari;:" but still imposing structure yet they may be bPjy--who knows Per- Planters of Honda} met, pursuant to adjournment : Mays, 15. F. \.artisanH.. F. Whitn"r, Jr., and Tallahassee Co.ton\3Ta.ch ,

''j h. h tad L.t ..rroru the werin SL Pat. halts they look out from thuir grated windows at the Court Ho.j;e, in Tallahassee, John ,+}. Ilea=c, Ksqrs., \\ho retired and af T lrjrn1 for the SivannnhNcwOiiiJM.'vs Tepabliean. lIR tm ItTMsrwd i w now prcparetl torcceiraonSTORAOF. 11

r .G and fplendid Cosecour upon the flA+1'ss, moving throng, and wonder ter consultation reporfed{ the following Aug. I 19.:) : the fottvnf the 1'ltmfm f< rw nli ,
iacMve on the 10th 5i&L Col. Robert Caller :
tier [ : in; to tht* market. TT.e l-ra'dinir i f.rt-pmof omitimmPldrly
"' l' 'vr-i- the m-Ul* to U* volatile how it is that! ) immortal beings will peruit took \VHEEKA*, Jnk-lligencc has been received An arrival at tins port brings dates from +'ppoite tho Union Hank, near the Hatkct -- .
V the Chair and Dr. Thomas. Leonard ;
rsV'7'-; :P'll** 'ir fell on the csr "hcre themselves to be carried along by the fact the Patriots l of Cuba, after I .nr; siiCVring( Havana to the fill inst. Private letters say lloti+e Th re is no-wr, a,.*a. ki cmincctiuR tilth:

? was appointed Secretary under r [-.presoi most gric\ii u '' T!. ,.'\ -v'.iife." XotlJng tires one stream of Time, treading amid} iiie graves of Tho Constitution adopted at a previous in defence of those great right, ?, which God Four thousand Spanish, troops have pone over the atiTrttfc; of Cotton, all ruler tips imrae,Iiatecui- ?
of thc-iaracalottR death through which the ft rful) of aid trol ff the *ubcrib T, who will rw"pt fi-r *BC!! Cotton
Bnlw eternity the
,-.:;,! i'Va of glare meeting was read and u-ccncd a large: number nature lave revealed to those who (have to patriots, and much dhsatUfactitm clots a mar be gent to him, and ItfJdx tin+erl rttpon*

r ,Ir,, c ills(( b'tn: to cC fl;+blJt's up, without j-c.king to fit their of signers. tho courage to contend for then among the Government troops. xifl' ftr Ihf (leHrtrtf of the Cotttm in the mule vr&t .

f '' fnmMinJeJ IMT masses ofFuenchi.vr souls for Heaven in the quiet Delusion of Use AnJ whereas it is natural for those who ;'n vfi'eft it is r'ttireJ.sab
'" !,! oiater the The! Association was most eloquently ad. tare I- l. H-f niwi'ig like bdl-clappcrs, or darkened cell of die monastery. dressed by Judge liroome and by the Chair- and fully il.iii: to bo Patriot: sons of patriot The schooner Zephyr arrived here It' h-r, to Wfi-rh with ri-rrectnp-5 srnl JUxpaOottiitw ] :
meaHtime Wefesedktgnoratit, An inslitiee from the} French Revolution ic Fire' < df-livored: within the rnrpwaff tfwif 'f Tat -
to led ,
i-: iic! in un. a just sympathy in tae morning from Matanzas which she left
fetrugjle -I place lalc.avan+i m: r at all times be fnxr nt l hie Oil
I'-i.-.t: 't i"i ,t ,ur tdneatiou, o chat they may be ci4ed as illustrating the total v.khdrawal The Association l'in went into the election oi his fclknv rnnri iu the great cause* ofumai on the sigh in&t. ('en. Lo.-nz with his troop 1,3 C'ottw YarJ, really ran( willing to arc tni orlaf! !' *ILCUARLES

? i, Ji.r.it, ,) tlic4r fcbouldets rising of the? heart from all earthly desires of oiti crs. Whereupon Gen. !, lUghts and Republican, : !freeilom : Be landed at Kahia Hond.i, bay miles westward A. BASILTalLvhruwee r
r ( which 1ms George i it., teref.ro! of Havana, on the 1 ilh iitt. h Auffu+t 23, 1851. X* Km
.-Ija IVi'iifuWJiu always diragK marked the history 1 of iiunsti's: cf Whitfiild dee Spani troops ,
ted President
.; was ; Col. Robert 1 ewr! rl, That hearts
-t1 vrhand,; rrnlionin= Nunneries. An -witness to some of the are moved by were despatched j immediately from Havana Piano for Gale.A .
14 Lit' tsl1 +! :' cye Under, Dr. Thomas K.I> ocn.ard and Cot the mo.-t siaeero and cordial sympathy for to attack him.

1 vl! eon, >h-nniecf5; cxjittung all tie e- fearful scenes of that bloody period (therein tlohn .1. Maxwell!, Vice President; I'h! Hon the Cuba Patriot?, md Lid them God spesd -- FIRST-RATE Mmd-Lan! PIANO. tot stiesApply ,

t ,;nrti: : : astlle eouvor >ntjon prPief o. i>f Terror,) 11!lLn trod had been dethronediy\ or James E. Itroome. Corresponding Secretary in their glorious mission of deliverance, and 1 CIIAULESTOX, Aug. 23 -1. 40 P. M. at, tlii* Office.ie tf ,

: expcet.t. dtvrce of the} Convention, and the streets of redcsitinn.: The
Edward Houstoun Pampero Gen.
1scj., Recording, r landing Lopez
ic'o't: IlrjtrJbr, hatred, lore, Alt. Paris run rcpt i with the beet blood of France, S'turnand ( That wo will (hail with joy the and his troop, sailed northward, The troops Card. ?
'slrhasdllaytranlfsq.'rcasi advent, of the day when the citizens oi' Caha FI: exerr'ise, ? of Jli s Sxrrn'a SCHOOL wiU ba,
T.! faxs! svk.'ti a Frencht'lf -** I snw women Delicate it proceeded into thn} interior forthwith, On
?. says young, ure: may lie down under their own vine and resumed on \Veilnesdav, lath St-ptetiber.
fig the
\\i.'l! 1'rycical man, lke} a the bloom of their} bea ly; they had vowed I On motion of Col. Duller, Major R. liny- tree, and there shall to none to molest them authorities reception despatch'd of the intelligence a large steamer, the Havana full of dav.+t 10, 151. 32 4t t

till', i-, i i 'SH''.!.'!-t'vtand ojro- t.jemstlves to the d+,ibt"r. Uands Einf'are luita l ward 1 and Judge Broome were appointed a I or make them afraid. sharp shooters to cut them off. The Spaniards Leon and Gadsden Plank Road. 4

i t1 4'F. ( lU!+u's turd the the blood of the .Saints opened tlie II ";oc''J, That veneration for thememory at Matanzas think the r
gates invaders
n l? ? committee ta conduct the l'reideut to the of irayetje: would i OTICE is hen-ljT yiven. that B-ioIn of S Ti cription '
;, ct'u rllsttr to t..t- reel toga, At!? drat bad >fhul them fioui the world, and bad Chnir.On. flew:to the Kosciasko: and of other who soon bu captured and shot It was reported -*- for the Capital Srsk'.itfe LC-TI and GadV
1 assistance} of the American Colonies at Mat-mzas that Lopez had four hundred den Plank R ,ad C'jmpany, will lie : nfd tn Saturday
+ t lot1. -\-rc. la e tlini go forth, forget tlieir vows,forswear the motion of Judge Brcvard, the proceedings constrains only
--i us to give to those of our tit! men with .,tea. the SOth mutant at the rtlic" of F. II. I1r J1. in ,
;,, Ic t+ Llu4e, fk31t1. Dhitiu one these! demons vould depose, find were requested to be published in tho city } ize-ns who are ready to By to tbu assistance i TjJlpmarlcable d.a.! '.*,=c e, under th<* superintendence of I*. K. CalL ,

; iV.vi.li. !:; ft" i:)n"-li Lnottledge-o r lovers atd l Li-JunnJe?, alas IH five. Aral borne papers. of the Cubans the just mead of honor that is i : Pn-scrcalion. remarkable D.. 'W.P. Il\VT<<,ite:e,,D.in Qoincr C. Wiiat.ru,cnd Flagsf.>it the end superin'mdenct a! the .f5ce*c.fP. t-f ,

) Utl': '**. *.*'*****' **.t1'a"h) t" t1relbieft; j of these yonng hurts had loved, and cwi: The Association then adjourned to ircrt due to tlieir nobly and chivalrous conduct. instance of recovery from the effect of lightning C. II DuPont, A. IL Lanier, B. Baker, and L R. llurrw. t
V4 1 The above resolutions h related in the .
sustained bvcloiieit Uridgcton Chronicle .
we re
-iutlieq uat'Li.g< ff Fo tn.ty:; dut-sf, atsd i J thno ji iu 4n'gr!rl 1.S, lived yet Did they on (ha first :Saturday ii: September, at the : and i \. J. ,
; patriotic speeches from 3lcssrr. s.i! a 9 hating occurred! ]lately near Estle- c. it ni-PflsT, ,
,', in thon, ftil t s-onjehtile Kvn j atliy for liteV i forswear the vmv ? Did tbv abauduii the same time and place.. I. V heaton, I). II. Mays, 1*. L. Vilk-pi-ue, ripe, in Atlantic county. 3Jr. Samuel! Evan* R BAKKR.

f,1( J-, rn it e it;iu c.f r ninar. faith Did even love allure them With GEt WIinTIELD, President. and D. F. 'ardlaw, and uuauimou&Iy adojittd with a team of mules was in the woods, and August it;, 1851. L R.Comnti3 HARRIS ionCCr, ,

I .d ii fault ss ith'A3c'ntrinl.' it i 5 'j one voice tiny nreferrtd to die And A hence' T. K. LKO-VAHP, Srcrrtary pro tern.Telegraphio 1 by the ulectn'} *, while hauling cut a log 1 ; preparatory to loading J

le jo-s4-i.g ttultiy uugn+iiech t concstlli; courage *. Kocause sich hearts On( nsotion: of F. L. Viilrpigne i it was Tic from under a large tree, ho was struck Notice.
city j
] litx? in mm? more abstract and holier lhan 27e\vs. fol.ed, that the proceotiings lie tinned by the down,with his, four mules, by an electric shock.a FOUR weets after the first pul.Uca.tion of this no-
r and u ne or two cttenxe jtur a life/ ;(LK -Uta.rtss, Aug. 1-J, 1851. Chainnan} and Secretaries mud t' i'or.vjirded t j Ho did not lose his coifscicssnesi.: *, but he was I will apply to the Loa Jm'-ge!' of 1 Probate c>fJefTerson
_tli? t'l utl! BaHtlVhaifs and rho Corers/, 1 1 fhfir sail:" And yet one of opposite; faith the }in unable : Ci>unty fi-r an nrrPr! or decree to sell the following -
Tallahassee wholly
t t I Dates torn Cialveoton, (Texas,) to the Kth 1 piji-rs f for publication, al-j| j to move hand or foot, and his Real Estate, belonging, to the estate of T. J.
,. \( ,-- i>'l; that Mil! cnnrztIe witli.j, { fsum+t but fix l that such aust:5ty: is sills lost have been receivrnl, fetating that election [: BS) thu Mivannah Georgian amid New Orleans| i mules were in the same helpless condition.- Heir, decea-wd, t.> wit : Lot No. thirty vita (, 1.) wiring -

< t of any rt front amt thirty feet

not umli'i take to detciibe from a fear I The Kt-liginii of Chitst an acdvo principle, in, wldv.i! sliow that hell is far ahead: : f, j jj The 1 nwfting then adjocrncd with tare minuted; vitality returned, first in the forefinger I deep, in the N. W. corner of said Lot, gether trite
\ cheers for Cuba. and thumb the improvement* an f fixurea thereon: situate, rpino
; hand
ioveinor, Anderswn! ( for LLu1j on one enabling him to
I I should' tail, in tie! d eripdon. %%'ori.jngvilhia the soul an anxious fcolitutude j ) I and Lcing ia the town of ilonijcflloiVT.
L. } j truant (Jovernor, and Howard, (Democrat) A. :KcDONALD: CJ1sirl:taa. rub them together, rearing the mules might} S. DILWORTH
-The iMct t ctliCce; in the tit for the salvation of other16, and the iinpuUe iof G. }I before ,
: ii.ij'CHtig' ; r tor E'nnrrc-s. recover he could get from among them, A !mr. of T. J. Heir, dceaarl, j

r '\k' one G, t attracting the attention <*, j ji. !: not to hjdo*from the world and thus subdue Intelligence to the 20th July frv,m the city! 1'. I LsvI c rot, S Srrrdancs. and ia their struggles injure him, he worked} An"t f 0,1831. 31 4t

,i. i-s,, is the "athredral de Notre Dame, !; this heaveu-boni pri: c5j-le, and oxtiirgui ills i its i of :Mexico, received iu this city, hfonm: u% his fingers and by slow degrees regained the || Summer Clothing at reduced Prices.
light. Uow then I It is to fchino that Government has called a Convention use; of his hand, then his arm, &e. when by i ,I
tlie .ail.oiic:
,.-' to ( TiasU't before
!lATsuasJon. exertion he / \WIXG to the adv=nce of the < of all! the brat dragged himself out of the! ,
ovemors Mexi-aTi States Krnticello
> to
i tote! \ ltniJr, d fret, in lengti by then," bt far the world? that "yourlight may Schools. reach of the males' he h. The <-s poll tLe remaining porti..nf Saamitr Clwthlnj
meet at tV' the I of ( mules gradually
** Capitol on ft Aujju: f, to I il Tldtior The at jjroitly reduced prices, Lr cusb.
IB-did! and fi'ia breadth. It is said b u Pri, your crumple' slot d, and your inflitj'earcfrli con>.iit on the fi,)an< id: affairs of the cuuntrtg r. ;' ,*ior recovered aUo, and he got them upon W. T. iHTCHELL.j .

: l.,003;) |iesons: can zccotuniodiilyd ( -ia oilier words, become (iris A c<'n ;Mr-cy to tecr.ll Santa Anna b as'> |' menced Schools comt I i' f et. A bright red line marked his am m* AtKrast 9, 1851. 31 tf

T ..ii,I itt wa'ls' hut judging from an exam n. | F jusilob I ," to be rcaJ and known of ;,}j IKU-U di9co\et-d at Guaisjuata; and frustrat 'j cl.! ?eu on 03 Friday Wednesday, the Is-t, SOth instant.[ of July I have, and atf> '(! and for some down days hii chest after the and legs. He felt sore iroticc. "
: i if. tie iati-ti.ir that uaraher: is too e.suety"! ed. tended occasionally on examinations both 1 occRrrence. : weelc1 after }
oil cIoMJess j CjIX 9 rat e, I will apply to the Ilcnora-
was a the
sky at time and indi-
I TJjo Senate has resolution i ire
'/' "; art' ti'vcrtl: builuings, attsdiod, wiu'ch, .Xoib cast of the Cathedral, rises thejf' passed .1 planting t- Male and Female .Schools, for twenty-odd I 1 cation of lightning or rain. Tho I O bitJutl;e of Probate for L-tter* cf Arfs,iai tra- ,
ibilitarv colors on Tehuantepec. and in all truth tree was :; tion' upon tt-e estate of James L. Rosi, late of Hamilton
v;'. ;'c e-.tuo''r ,!, cover about an acre dome of the Boscconr tnarlvct a hags g cj- years, can say, taat i net-er' completely shivered to splinters. Googly, dre! ;csed.
was so well satisfied and !
pleaii-d nt tin's.1
; d The huil.ii.'ig! : material is gray graa- lilt builuiag sonic four hundred feet its length BOSTON, Aug. 15.II The ELIZABETH ROSS.
examination siemed to me to be more h"/ .* traveller riiiing down a steep bill, Hamilton Co, Fla., Attaint y, l-5f. 21 &w
.' i .illcd, till* i: ijt ji} > inch)material used by sib Mit otio: hundred and fifty in i width-a Tate French Consul at lint ti was lately thorough, rigid, and impartial than any that and fearing the foot of it was tin -ound, callede !

: H the halliii.! :,;i. h i i:j
J.. LVP CM, a i uttl; unt.ia: wool of die city... l did I cvtT EI\V., At this season of the year fnrirstnpctansfi'rtm} (=enmient in caeSoul.'Mrjue : I j I lovely, heal+t-c y:d lifle creature; from the; I' er it was hard at the bottom. Ay,' saiJ the

: :tuii mil 1 < .if f.m 1'te farUi st lot within | it is pJieJ with ever iLiiig? tle most 11 insisted in irivadinj* St. Domingo.- age of eight to eighteen) stood the test with !j' 'it is hard enough .it the bottom, [ .var-1 been appointed} one of the City Cottoi
; par- lie hul'ier&t'itcd+ ti.atlhf Etigli : ( >ri'i'.'..'.'' lin.lls.; On die frt ct side of titular jialate can de-ire,whether offish( fl.-.sli* wot.ld I IiPon. Ga.iilen, awl tLc surroanihn, *
present orders for a blocks! |+ their adrniniLle Instrnctr,ps aid the Principal } ;;. den half a dozen} yards before iho horse sunk j : Cviunties.+ al-i<>
<';.ti!: huge towers Hse to aoriotafruitsor'! < vegetables. If my fries.! at Port an Prince and Cope Jlaytien in cafee e of the School' Mrs. Fergiison.wiiues&ed up to the saddle giits. Why, j-ou rascalt, the tteorhs Depot in PLtnttr Ta'aIis! *. that*Kt-1! I will> recive attt-nd pfroruillv coa-tixtljr> all at

: i'1 i'u. l.i'+!:.dtt'd feet, which are aec'n dC'apt.. U. M'as here jut,t now, 1 am not sure of hostilities.} \.o the examination of meta, said he, calling out to tho ditcher, did you 'O >TTOau1 TUL.1LOntrt-ed to my cr.re. "My

't 1 ;i l' j'j',! 1lrre!, hundred #iiirs or srI SP.i i but LcvotdJ remain, at least until the cold The Ameiicnn Governme t has refused tool large classes in Grammar, Geography, Ile not tell me it was hard at the bottom ? 'Ay,' j SCHI brought f/oni New York will: bo awljTiteil and
I i'! -apt' ;i.r:t; ii.. :; df a quarter, still! dto ix;;i?, '' weather sets in and compiled him to lea to American Citizens ny we are happy I you are not half way j th- Custom House there. My station at the Depot
that tlic
to we have ; ; 1 1lfpos to bottom
say never Been so ranch[ > yet/ will
1 ry )i" i,:.Tin-, one is ailo\v to enters lie for oar own sunny clime. If ths "tt-lani- posses* one groat aJvantzige o-svr any other ceartr -
+- sign little
afTfct-stjon I
e such .
the Sttrss
pr.licul : ; saving ia the th r.-iya4e alone, tight
? t. tr, r and gu up ana take a view ItsaQ"'troulrl consfc-ut n ; the Yard, too; btin:; -
9 l branches taste, are often persons who have acquiredsome strongly fenced anJ in uod l the Cotttm'
;rnl crn(1l UCtua eouitry. }ixlf codfish or tub/ton, I sight send hitnroae upon which classes were exan i ; repair will
A pie nic party was upset yesterday in a ( of admired } I l he more secure frun ami al-
1 j Sued in all life before. knolldge pictures or sea jp- injcry. can > be ft>nrarded -
I ; .;* :..Mf-r is the great bt'Il'1! of the ] --but as it won't, the Captain must hold on )lost, and fifteen females and four rarer werowned. re Theie, our other j i tares, and have an ii.clination for whatever i i* J with less dt L 1v. I tussle the Punter anJ s ot-
i were classes
1 1 ,i.n: or1119us affair, covered with until the freight l+ train gets under way, or the d CTraminrd upon| i,' elegant ; bat if you enquire whether they aro ;' chant will! give me their patronage; aI am p Philosophy: History] Algrbra, Rhetoric, and'' \ ] tu deserve i it bv strict attentinn to rnv busincsiC1LKRLCS
1 M 'i, .in..* a la Ca'.haliqwti Minting nearly \ ::1r lrslloou! htaiU, which Mill not Iw long, if perhaps other brarit-lies that we did not witness [beautiful souls, and whether their own acts L. DEMILLY.) .

'" !' "'tn'-' and l largo enough to house i we "read the distant tlmniiet ariglit Around UvrrAio, Ang. !,">. bat we have heard wveral patrons of i [are like fair pictures, roe learn that they are Cotton an j Tobacco Weigher. _
tcfi{ h any srnsal. '11cir Tallahassee, Auj-ist: t,, Is5l. SI tlJ" t
1 ''iia"; fatn.lv of emigtants, ta sit: Pati'!| this market one sees the cream of Montfe"J Davis,the fugitive,\vns this evening r< manded I the school, and also vis tors from a distance, ,!i [cal if cultivation is lo-
as roe should rub of dr
1 .vi.l ti!+(. pin Ascending to tie ti *, 1 1i + l, i. e. th<' bone and sinews-and here, by Commissioner.Smith his master, Mr. Moor*', speak in trs! the righei-t terms of !praise ar.tl! admiration ,'in one* spot* to produce fire*,fc all log the rest*>remainch \ytui Laborers: : take Notice. t
of handsome -
;r' ", td. ;/i: t ,f !!.,y be clear, is mngntScotit i i too, tlie cay will be f l tni'd with the wagging of Louisville. While on his way from he these classes manner with wLu < ing cold. 1 "\T7AXTED immediate?v. to work on the I;uriL t y'
Inuit !house n mob attempted to rescue him} ccrpiitted tLem.elves.Tlicre and Gear is Plank"Road, a LARGE XU1TBER
':' h nr one, as a mart, lies the of t ngjv'S the! bleating of calves, he< quad- }but failed iu their purpose. Considerable excitement were b: tween twenty and thirty t A dandv with of able bodied Laborers white and black, to

.i 1r 'i '.-. witU the noble t L w- i j jii-jjof i i"p dark, the (lulU-ring of chicken, the prcvwlud; but matters arc now yui11UzTtrcnox rf. 3'onng l.tJiea who had been taking lessons upon 1 a onienr.gerio1 ia his mouth entered whom g-jod wa es Will 1 f.3 inren., Apply to r
'. ) a when the proprietor requested JAM:: ; L,. '
the J'unn and : TO-PXIX3. Cuntracfor.
v.'ti Ir7 rluud and round l, rend finally | j l 1 a atninaiion clasj.es : ; : to Like the weed from his month, lest he At the Camp, nearAgust tiewlart. a

': '':'''z rl1! ir, ilt'ret: ing; volume through the a ] erf!:ct 1'!'
'": !?;1 ilr. |ro.d, Atlantic. Kinc; tuibs'M f<*r the first? time, the English} Goosebeny The Democrats of this! county met in c It was said by those who were marl better -- -- ----- ------ -. Superior Claret, &.c.

L.t-tuaiu, on i the odier hose of the t fruit somewhat larger than tho j 1pecan nut, rent! m y t:'rlav, and elected delegates to judges than oursc'f, that their peifonaices | 1rT ars authorized to announce EDWARD JUST received rr, Talhlia-=ce front Xew Crlean, '

1 "'", a Ten ty'a..r; : .. u slides; shoot up, remind1 1 and shaped very much like it. Could cat- the general convention to be held March tap w ere admirable, and that great credit was I 31.! \VEST, Esq, as a candHate for Googly Surrey, *J CO boxes snpi'rior St. Jnllen ifeuoc, ," Clartt.2t .

1 ":>ft. that,) uiat, j Thevere inittucted to vote for Cjt&s=, 40 to due to Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. IVhrn-rfor their at the election !in October next du;. 23, 1831. > do. K St. there do. da ''
.s LapmiHo, a small( Ullage l ;lings( be procured, I should take some of them fi di da Pale Sherry Wine ,,
U. and --
nr>'.'ii'ly+ int iidoj l doubtJasB sort of { 'with industry dligencein instructing .he young11'iios -- 1 case. 2 dmf-h French fruit in natiiral mice.. .
as a rival ] mo, for I am q-ute certain xrc can raise d in thia! branch of an ornamental accom- CIF 'fi'E arc aistliori/i-d to annor.noiCOUNCIL BERRY .fc ROWLES
'P'r!" "a1' u BlT ol1ia or Jersey City to this berry iu our gftideas.Had TOaNA1)O ix ALJEWITA'VY Co. MD.--The t l Ii. ALLEN, n*}, as a cant: late: f.r. the ofnce of T ar Atgust 0, 1851. 21 tf ,A-c

fork. It derives its -nt tornado }iu Co. Md. PAspesfor\ and Cvl'uctr for Leon Count. at the elcction --
( 'r, injorttnee;hole j --- I time, and tills letter was not nl. ree' Alleghajiy on witnessed also the examination o' I <
? Lciu" a d rPoi o f the t 20th ult. was one: of the most terrific on ia Arithmetic, Algebra, Grammar in October r.ert Acgust 9,1551. BOLLING SAKER,
aid Jamjtlsun ready BO long, 1 would something of the ; ,
t. La.f'ftaw a say I cord. In the neighborhood; of AcriJent and the Latin language belong To the Voters of Jefferson EY AT ILAW
t I"/, ., oad -s road firer. in.teuor of tha Cathedral, and clothe; build- County : '
.Svl(by sport, houses were torn to piece ; tlc! :Male School, and we mut Tol Jame R. Tuclrr, hcri.7 rf Jrffc +utncd the
say of
ro his
1v''Ln;- ";: -; HjttW1&:, emng as a .J of con j j i it. itgs, ia: t'ie!' ohy, but I am afraid i thould I' property of all land destroyed. A n n }have never seen classes stand so J County, having declined rniinluj: ft+r that office: frr rthe HAVIXO; Lisernces to practice the public.Oftlce ( Profession,

t.' UU Chart|, <,ia and J' weary the reader's patience were I to do 8o. i'and child were killed. In lo! trcunty an examination Lc fore. There were i!; next k-rm* I respectfully Piinocnce mjselfa candidate ; at Quincy. :1tihust 2, 1831. CQ 2mrill

alt,,!'V"1 a'', 7" ftt Xi mu's. South of the I i'niough die fwjiujation of Montreal (r>5,000) ,) Litll.5) Meadows, a number of valuable f(, otlier classes of this School examined, ;I fr the Paine. YTITJ.TASI, ]L .t:D11F.1S'. Groccrics.OAA .

a souse twelve four. is largely IVfi.ch! otlicdenotniiiaiiuns} were nearnly ruined, being swept of crt boys and young gor.tlumcn dc"imcd! 'j
J than
valuable. of the hcaticat, titi'E autlwniwi ,
tit : thing One t.'dnrcw.t' ntj-ltt when j t are to anivuace OaUAH A.
j,4, \vo were) absent, OUU 2 barrel Leaf
( 1, tnonoull gulag,', know asc i She Catholic have a strong foothold among Jacob Hlochcr, whov damage is a tuna : we cannot speak personally, but | JIYEKS as a candidate for *fae ofilcc of Clerk cf the 1 Tierce Rice. ,,

(* Luclt ua tea-Da. the |IeoI] ,r There are Rj I,lendid Ki.:| coj 1>:nl, j at 815,000. A child+l of Henry Hurst, by those that were present, that Circuit Cocrt f ir tie Ctnmty of Leon. 40 barreU Extra Flrrr, ,

T, mils !i COIIbr1'h at0d the pzaut' 'i,,,,nl Pri-sbyt+?iian and Methodist Churches already j i Adams, was Killed in the ruin of her fth the most interesting exercises of 2 d zen Champagne Cidar,
: t of the JX3VE are auiLcrizeil to announce JOHN JN'UCOMD 4 pipe cud r I'cach '
tit .. once !u wer,c' tribes of the erected and in of erection of the j! dwelling: and the mother h-+diy insures(. School. L'rady,
process -- as a candidate for t the! oIHce of Tax As.-e9sor i pipe Conae "
11,01I(1Jtult, t'a1b r. 1cc' number of their communicants, however, I era ; Grantsville, two infants, children, of !lc Editor, -we (pars employed private and Collector fir Leon County, at 1h3 election in i pipe Mabjn Wine,
( ''r;+ted tlrntlt Durst, were killed in a imilar manner. -we have sent our children to cele-:! Whisks-KVP, Raw. and RectiSed, end
or TlTrr er.clan.. uuabe! to An anecdote is told of the October next. Jaly 5,1S51.iro other ,
fep''di. article
t:r1, I schools far from home every auallj found in the t grocer business
IIU7a115! ri ued Jfois Victoria I'wcd tic Question.-- -paid high pri- I--; ,which 1 n'illoil low
with cash.
the IJ'
fritiih n stagger in which the Episcopal Bishop, whose board and tuition-but wo have 5 WE are authorized to announce JESSE JL
readers probably all remember the never Auut 2,15t. CO A. IJ. FELKEL. '
oft1"2! war, and during the eon. tlsoe is Mountain, came to be appointed to bout the charming manner in which Pict story so good schools as we have in Mon- ROBERTSON, as a candidate for the office of Tax

d''ds w r Llod rtm1e wereforemost j ) t the Uishopnc gar! truclt we have never yet found them. tion in October next Juno 14,1851. ER Schooner Tullaha-ee from '
which tnast readers Lave for his youthful hlglriess b New Orh-ans.
ntilahl exec may seen. 'Hie chair had became } presenting i
ills f ae a stt i i u'1 on 13ti1"art} 1littnzUityi vacant by tho, deata of the incumbent, him, at a palace ball, her boqnct, and h (learn on that the Mrs.first l-'erguson's bchool will f T WE are authorized to announce IIALEY T.ELOCKER 10,000 4 ]]tit xunife-gees Sugar clear and Cured riWW Hams Sides, '

+arful tntssacre: of the young prince, saying to himself, no dot londay in October l Es ;uu e, as a candidate for the rat 71'routilb Bran t and the question r.t borne was who should fill]1 l that sho will( emj-loy, tho best Mn- ? snluked Beef,
PrP cnt with hie as the Yankee would hare done on :i like of Leon County, at the election in October 2 l boxes EuXUo Tongue*.
,, ,?p Eid temorsel(e warriors' it Mountain was at that tim Chaplain to casion, Here gory, darn the expense," ave'e that can bo obtained, with as next May 2 1,1851."WE 25 barrels extra family Flour, -
UdtLN' b=' rbardltts of { oJhcr assistants f.s mav be recess fcO d li>. pt'perfine! ci.1j n.
the I
Leo tei or you King, and being present ono day when a slit in his closeunifom, buttoned up: Tthe
11"' 'Iran) !, took } School will bo" resumed at ; ; j are authorized to announce D. 1 Loghead Ciriiied Sugar,
tey in hid throat and the
that deposited
t the
unequal l matter wa under discussion, and I happy ninethe 1 do. lirown
being riu-
suet Messrs. (WfYNN candidate for the office of cf
thNnt This by ari I Don as a Judge
thrh florae locality "nearest his heait. h 2 bamCritsheil
in the 1 a-kc d t dot
hi "
bus rlier } advice}
? replied ILidi-t thou faith
the jsl, tU'e; i ever, was not quite enough ; and saY I' A FIIIM TO EDITCATIOX Probate for Leon County, at the election hi October 2 boxes Loaf JA ..-
ol, cLN t mment gave them lass d as a grain of mustard seed, and fchonhfct sa majesty, at a subsequent tetc-a-teto with August 11, 1851., next. May 17.1851.WE 5 barrel* Icps Eeef >

tip, u awrrtenc where l"o last of theirfrtUDd unto this Jlvuniain t bo thou transported into piinre} jiffer, listening to hi> cncomiams J J"e are authorized to announce DANIEL 8 da Xo. 1 ilackerel
aoty to lw IIaro 3-011 cite lays of the last minis- 4 uo. Leaf laird '
l+td of Our degraded o below ihe yonder sup it would obey thee !" 'Jlicyoung England, plum ply popped the <}ucsiiiw" ? said a city Miss, addressing n JIcRAENY, Ecqr, asa camlukte: fur the glue f-f 100 ba-Lela V,1ihc, Corn ',, +

cards of the a orkt .lf(("Ils- tS itlcn a fw chaplAJn's wit was appreciated and} rewarded 1 this \\iv :- If your lushness is j pleased\ stood behind the counter, of a young coun Sheriff of Leon County at the election in OctoLrr 6W do. Mixwl d
Cathedral, .South.ea t tf with( the the country, would you like to remain in i ? not miles from authorized to cstn. BERRY a la,pe covering appointment !lies! is now \enerable His be many Worcester, arc announce JOIIN: August ,1t+iI. 3U '
FJace may; easily guessed by ,
tLe Offe'round' 3ro the landings of with age=lipe for tho loved and any RlIODES.'as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor
COY garner, repjtected d". J'fiil. Ledger.JiUv. .
oIj Nunnt'ry. occupied l by, the deter i s by all.Montreal. we haven't any of them kind n ,' and Collector fur Leon County, at the election in T+1. A. LONG &. J. P. K. SAVAGE

ercr, 41d To obliging clerk, but wo have good October next TTAVIXO a*(+nciited theuuIves for the
alx April 19,1851.AT
a expect a girl to 1o t r>urp *e of
sort of Iazar hnu young -i+ !
Ut e fu r -- : has been a sort of rendezvousfor that Jpracticing' Law, will! give ,
atLoiic whom eggs, we can warrant were prompt attention to
psr, ro ,unrd halt a man everybody speaks well n To the Citizens of Leon County. any btwnes entrusted to their
Mind care
tit .
Ac. fugitive longer'than :
tinco last week
71e utorl j passage+ of the Gtt up a persecution, and her affections l:' I respectfully announce myself a candidate ifir July 26, 1831. 29 tf *

tare fj to su o 1113 nnery fhoulJ he late extradition measure. There are but few cling so: fast that a dozen" guardians c ; girl fainted. the office of Judge cf Probate for the County of Leon r

tad>,r Su'1 tit 11y of himself in' advance with a lies, however, nt this tisne. TJio Uostou budgo them.'Husband. die! like a hero/said the coal when! at the election in October next r"I1F: firm of C C Notice..

Ala of charit Fina11 Iltaabe, as the c b <' hero" Shadrach (tile Jacksonville Ilepub 1 hope have being consumed, for I bhall xuix} with ;March} 15, 1T1 JESSE ATKINSON.A ; J. solve d ly niulual cau BVRD&;ent. CO. i is thi! + day tips-!? '
no All
there you objection tusir, il
lR y rrr e numerous and th (lean,) !is keeping of the grate:* said, firm, WH be atttnded +s tf| ,
na i s t,.,,. e a restaurant in ono of the mv being weighed i' to tj; C. C. Byrl ,
y tOtr t'ieilO utno, who sxo Jigs 3r s willing} principal i fetrects ol tlio city. Dropping into '' Certainly not, my dear; but why do Card. c. c. errD, hJ
rs round, toil to hurLer lids ask the question her in New Oi leans, has discov: HE rxercUos of alias CC.ATTOXS SCHOOL -- lrl9.1SSl. s. S. b\IGII'f: '
r? a ccrfaia to C a -bhop morning, I was told the much!
r'luisitionuo: n the bv 'Only to see, lore, if you would let 1 of the sickness iu that town tm commenced on Monday, September 1, 1851, Tre businessvrll be continued C.C.
pocket me CYRDat
j before an e colors J o ctualan"oho was ttrappinj} my is owiog to bad health. at the School House attached to St.John's Chore I IbP same place.- ,

my utieh once. Au<;trit :S, 1S51. 83 tf Tatlahasaee July 13, 1551. !it


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aV M. D. PAPT. Towle & P. P. tbertitmtiit VALUABLE BOOKS
1 Amendments to the A. E. SAX\m.l. Myers, LEWIS, cgal ,

,: CONSTITUTION OF Til ESTATE OF FLORIDA. MAXWELL & PAPY, HA YE on hand,and are now receiving new and Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. JUST PUBLISHED AD TOR AISJOHX

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, general assortment of GOODS, consisting ol .. -p 0031S *n the new building immediX In C h anc e ry. S.

blJoptefI by the? Fifth Genei at Jttemb'y, and pnl.lished TALLAii.vwnr., rtoniDA. Gold Lever Hunting Watches, ?- I atelv East of the Pot Office, where MIDDLE CIRCUIT_JEFFERSON COUNTY. TAyLOR
Gold Anchor Lever do rbe will te found unless BookieUor &PnblisherfrpHEfoltowin
? in of.irtific X1T, Stction 2, : professionally 143
.i the Canilituliun.pursuance February S, 1851. 5 _ _ Silver Lever Hunting do engaged.; September 7, 1850. 35 Melvina Philip, > Bill for Divorce. book
of Silver Anchor Levr doLapiiiC L's. v willbe ,en,

"CHARLESTDOWNING, and common do PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Robert Phili?*. ) postage, lo any pail ofihe% I..,
*4 3 the Eleven!hCl of the- Fifth satisfaCtion of the Coon, by he receipt: of the f f *!*
AN ACT fna-nend u e ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Gentlemen and Ladies" Bonm Pina ireneral assortment appearing to the money r the sarne, v 1
: Article of the Constitution ot this Slate; and also of Ear and FiiTsier Ring, God! : Guaids and E T. TAYLtlR Jt Ct).. Proprietor of he Co- LT affidavit made in this cae, that Robeit Philips, be forwarded by mail,at the ri-k ol thePuMi fclJrilH

: ; to amend An Act amendatory of the Twelfth) Tallahas, Florida.t Ke1s. Fob and Vest Chains Seals, Gold and SilveiTenciU.Gc'ld lumbus Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the srat.tistaction Defendant, does not reside in ibis Slate, but in the ) SACRED MOUNTAINS fiv R.i

Chute of the Fifth Ailiclecl the Constitution olthi ?/- Office nt the Capitvlilaich PensCottland Silver Spectacles, Gold to announce to their patrons and the Plan United Slates, in parts unknown, so that the ordinary lleadley.-l vol. 1 >rr.o Itl'Istratd1! I T.

: ; State.aad ad )pted bv the Third and FouithGcneril 15, 1851. 10 tf Sleeve, Collar and Boaorn Butloni, Silver, Pearl and ters generally, throughout the Cotton growing rcsion. processor subpoena Jannol be served upon him : $I.PO; gilt rde..extra$1 00. ful1 H

f 4 Assemblies, *o as to give the Election olJn.lces Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fintr that they aie prepared to supply any number ft is therefore Ordered, That sail Defendant. Robert THE SACKED MOUNTAINS. Bv T}
to the PeopleSECTION YV. G. M. DAVIS of their celebrated PREMIUM GINS. and answer the Dill of Com vol. l T.Sundiv
I Tats .- ,ln.r and Buffalo Combs. Philip, appear Headley.-l IS mo-. without t iK
Beit enacted by the Senate and Where these Gins have been once used, it would in this cadse within three months from plalt
1. School edilion.
4. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Also. French Maal'c Clock Table Knives, TeiTrajs plainant 50cl$. -
of the State Florbla be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers to $ay this Oriler said Bill wilt
of of or SACKED
Representatives TeaSpoon the first publication ) SCENES AND
XVni.- Silver and
andSiltcr TaMe CHARACTPt
Plated ,
taken his abode at Tallanzs-tf, and w ill word in their lavor feel confident the *
np a as they machines
). in Genera.tsrin!>liconvened. That thcElevcnth HAS : Plati-d Spoons Forks Cr-am and Soup Ladles be taken fur ronFe* in the Courts the Middle Distiict ; lii
brenbrr such that '
4' Clauseof the Filth Article of the Constitution Flat,ti Waiters, do. Tea Sets, Catnrt, C.mdle- have tight Ii. perfection, At Chambers. TjllabaWe. June 20, IS >.. lull cUlh. Si i 00; gilt fd Act entitled, An Act to and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. their superior performance will recommend I hem, J. WAYLES BAKER, &
4)f thi Slate and a1'! > an siticko. Solar Lamp-,*, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. Judge, SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTER
Clause ul the Filth Article ol March 9, 150. y in preferci ce to all ether Gin now in ue. For the 2t 3m ?
.. amend the T ellth Also fine double baritiled Guti, Shot and Gaire those who hare ncd the Gir.a J'inei 1S5I. Rev. J. T. Headley -1 vol. Is ?,? ?
satisfaction of not
the Constitution ol this State, so that the Judges ol Sunday School edition ; a'ttt**
Bags and i'Iask.Line pocket Knives. Poife Monnie, plates. so rt
PltOSl'ECOV flJs ith their the
and unacquainted \\ reputation, Pro-
shall hold theii offices for the are In
the Circuit Couits% ihisroRY OF TIlE
Violins and Flutes
Port Folios, Claronels, fine Razors -
that the FIRST
; ':4. term of eight year, instead cf during good behavior THE Slrop.c.. piiclors need only say, GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. TLES OF TIlE %VM..DENsE. R ,
awarded then for the EST GIN
been to .
," be, and the *,in>e are hereby s-j amendtd a* SOIL OF THE SOUTH. and of have exhibited sot. 1mo., Illustrated
orfment Ifeadky.-l
Cest quality general a" Perfumery,
That the first at thegreai State Fair held A'lanta.Geortrn : AT CHAMBERS, Tallahassee, July 4, 1S51. tall
to read as lollops, viz: on Monday undersigned, a Committee ol Publication, on tc., &c. TOWLE &. MYERS 50r s.HISTORY.
in October, in th<- sear one thousaa.J ei ;ht hundred THE part of the twieoee and Rinscll Agricultural SerlemberSS, 1S30. 3S ; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agricultural Genoa C. Townsend, J Jr OF THE WALDENSES. ,
; he'd' Columbus ? ?
the fust Octobet and Mechanic's Fu.'r, at ; and at the Bill for Divorce.
and on Manday in *
anJ fifty-three, unite vol. 18 ino. edil '
Headley. Sundjj
Society respectfully( public attention to School
Fair of the S, uth Carolina Institute
there hall be elected annual at L. Townsend. "
six \eats thereafter, by uf Bonnets &c. Catharine ) 31 cts.NAPOLEON. **
I he fullowins Prospectus a Monthly Journal) be
of ejch of the Judicial Chailrston. The Coltrn pinned on these Gins re- lo the satisfaction of the Court, by
electors appearing
the respective AND HIS
qualilieJ publi! >hed inlhiacity, under the of the received assortment of Ladies nn I TT DISTINGUISHEDii,9
auspices above a general
first Pieminnr the exhibition held in
rrived the at
Circuits ol this State one Judge ot the Circuit named Association. TrST affidavit in (hi* cau-te filed, that Catharine L. SHALS. Ry htev.J. T. Headley! i *-
,.. Spiingr and Summer Bonnets, Straw and 'uhi
leside the Circuit for which he K's CharlestonSoulh Carolinaand a. every Fair where Townsend, the Defendant in IhU cause, resides beyond UtiLUTHUR
Couit, who shall in will he devoted llustrated! full cloth, SI-
The lo the interests of Ag Silk Liml Flats, (Sent?, Doyn and Infants China
Jenny of Cotton fr them have been exhibited.
sample < m of this Court and of the
elected anJ continue in office for the term the j jir!-diction cut
; may ricultuie and Lktticultiire.mestje) and Rural Econ Pe"rl, Leghorn, Panama and la1nt Leaf Hats, French, The Propiietrrs have in their *esion By j Re,. r .
of six years from and after the first day of JanOry Under these several head po numerous Slate of Florida : I ml. 'l'mn.,Illustrated! i fley
will be included nnJ ,full
omy. and Wreaths (\vlnte Te< ) 4 and 04
Sj n :* certificates from Planter*, Cotton Brokf, Cem- Ihe said Defendant do
his election, unless sooner lemovedundei It i Ordered, That appear,
next succeeding all that the culture of RAMH.ES! Ar [) 1CETCHF$. j 1
concern* Crops, the c-ilored Flc-or Fan* P.irao1s Parn ,
improvement white and Matting, j
maLL in this Constitution for ini.en; Merchant-, and Manufacturers ruGoodi C >!ton answer, or demur to the aid Bill ot Complaint
.. the provUmns of the Soil, the management of the Farm, the 'o'lette>. and Sun Shades, Ilonnet Sa--h seek anti teslihint that the of the Gins plead, hleadhev.-I vol. lrnn.ltlutrate4,
aidless ; jitn'ormance months said Billwi',1 betaken
of Judges by or impeachment : withii- or .
the lemoval Gaiden, the Orchard, the Flower Yard, and ll .. Cap Ribbon mdihe saniples produced by Hum, cannot be this be f hearing
oth.-r) leasonabk ex- that set
And for wiltul neglect ol duty, or .ro confeisoand cau e >t Illustrated
; 1'rno-, lull
vol i iEtlr
I 1 Cloth
Depat I merit. I In Iheir connexion sale by HEIR it JIUST. ,
tsuilkient for impeachment ce.led by an\ Gins ever mnRiifaclnred.11 of Ihs Circuit Court f.'r Ga4-
which shall not be ground at the next term 15 ctJ.LLTTF.IN .
cause with t the i interests of the Soil the other indusltial ed-es. extra,
the Governor siull ri'in.ne any .if tbenion April 10, IP..I. 15 / orders for Gin-', given either in onr tra'dihrttnilocal d -n County in October next. and that Ibis Order be ROM THE BACKWOODS
Pursuits of the land will their
the 1dre si of two-third* of the Gener.il A semMy atletttion.'i Female Asi-nts, 01 f nwarded to the Proprietors( by published in some public newspaper printed inthi< LIRONDACK. Ey K v. J. T. !Ilwdlfj._
t That the Quincy e Academy. nuili'.l I always receive prompt at lent ion. (Jir.s i week lot three months, and thai Comi i12mo ,
: Proriledhoiorvrr, cause, causes ..e Soil of the South" will be under Ihe editorial ?tate,once a ., full cloth, .V> els.BIOC.RAPHY .
shall be stated at length in such adJrrss, and entered supervision of Chaile* A. Pcahody, E-qr., and) THE next sessicii *vi'l com'.m-.ce en MONDAY, will be int f to any part of the country, and \\arianted i>ldinatil take testitnsmv in the cau e. OK THE SAVIOUR! AJD .

0:1: the Journals ol each : .Ind protidilfitrthir.. Cot Ja.ec M. Chzmbi rs. Wr. Pt'aboihybait cen foiwo 7th, nt which time it i U expected that the logive satisf.ictinn.JOS J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A APOSTLES. With a portrait cf each, p.:
hll be notified to lhJaJ < new Academy will be ready I'nr the reception cf the L. DtTTON. Ap-r.t. true -Attest, s
That the cause, or cansis t> connected with the Agricultural I'res andS copy on steel. With an assay un the Character ,
I ? ,. intended to be remo\ed ; and ho shall b equally yer d'ilinguifclud 3? a Pratlical and Sciei title School.LHie'irni. Colunibil", Ga., Febiuary S, 1S5I.! 5 ly R. C. LESTER, Clerk. Aptstleby Rev. J.T. Hndlej.-l! wi -*

a.lmitteJ to hfirinrtin hiamvn defence, before a*)} an-I faithful Tencbers are employed in the Jiilv.1, 1S"il. 2rt 3m ed
a ,
SI gilt M
Faim a'i.1 Gardner. Col Chambers is one o( the Received and for sale low 15 engraving ; extraijjo: ,
I % >lc for sucli removal shall pa3l; a-ul ia .ouch cases post intelligent! tnd -ucces ful 1'l.inleis: in the Sn'ith. several Departments. Tbe Institution, u i.* provided Just ty THE BiAUTIE5: OF REV. J. T. IiCADth

% the vote ''iall be taken by >eas and nnys-, and enter They will be 8- i>U .1 l b> an able Corp; of Contributors. with an extensive Ciielvieal, 1'huloo1hjep1, end Mathematical J. M. WILLIAMS, la Chancery. With IDS Life.-I vu- irnohhIusajtiII
cd 01 the Jn'jrnals nOach Hmne, resuectively.Sec. Apparatus, a well Peleete-d Library, and a MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- cdeseta75et. '
the act ictl Fat ineis and Plantei of the ;
anioijj, pt 1/fANILLA/ nnd Cot Hope, assorted fizest ,
:2. Brit furthtr enacted. That saiJ .4ec'ior Land. valuable Cnbluet of Mineral. Tlie inerta.-e in the DEN CIRCUIT COURT. HEROINES OF SACRED H1STORY.-B,

fhall b.-coudactel: and the ret urns iheieof, t.uJe, ittho number of students from abroad hating rehdereil it -!-t Shovels, Spader and Axc, Illustrated with "plendtd '
Each number will contain sixteen pages of quarto Weeding HIK-S, Pati-nl ciitto, AT CHAMBERS, June 24, A. D. JbjI. Steele. enrj.,
manner now prescribe1!, or which may hsreallnbe ? size, piiiitt-d wit li new tppe on upeiior while ucecstiirv that morecniplc acconiimxati)s su>uldbe Juhnson vol. 12mo. ; new, enlrzed and tevist-d eth
paer; H.ike Oven. P .t-, Spi !ler Elbert J Jr
bv law, (fnr the election 'i| member te provided new buildings for a Ixiarelini' IIOUH- on a .
prescribed ; extra,
and fin nihud to suj! Young apanlla
shall be t the duty cf the Gurcrnm extcn-i\e >Iui titan the former have an
Congress ; nail per annum, which tnut be paid in tdvance. more | one was. OR THF.! PLENARY I'P'R
under the seal ol the Stale, and under of the Trace, Fifth, llaltf-r. Breast, Stretcher, and Log App Johnson. )
to issue a commission, ( :? Post ?>!a-tir t are authorized lo act a* Agents, l lttCtl erected are now the charge TION OF TIlE HOLY SCRIPTURE 'Bip111
'. the ieceivm_; the highest i.umbet cf votes IWrd aU<> be obtained with social Chain: *. reading the petition filed in t Ms cause, arid!
Principal Genera.
to may Gaus ot Translated
fes en
person and they K-tain in their hands twenty-five per O Diituct in which the election i jI tr.ay Ftrap Hinges Patent P.alar.cc*, T-00 Ibs.SjMj it beinu made lo to the satisfactioi of
in the Judicial ; rent of all subfCtiptious i o llerled by ifum.orif t respectable fir.u"ie-s in the place. The price of board appear N. Kirk A new and enlarged edition. "IT ,"
i i'i Knives and Needle Pe-rcueion
ui.r Caps, the Court that the Defendant resides beyond the
vari.- from ''i to 'hIt!< mcrs'li. For further -
they 1'iefer it, a of the V.'oik will be sent to per jt.rticu'ars mo..40pazpa! -
haJ.Src.. 3. Be it further nectet!. That whenevei one I twelve month"cojiv: gratuitously' who will remit I r spe-cUi-jr ratof tuition., Ac, we printed Coffee Mil1!*, Cotton Cards, Thermometer*. limits cu theS'a'eof Florida, to wit : in the Stale Bi.ACKM1TI1 : A Taleof *

the General Assembly shift cieaic a separate Surrcroe iny bill Iw e-btaincd br Cut NaiU, Wrought Nail. Hor-e SlwXaih) of Alabama : ?
four names nili four dollars. Catalogue \v n.ar ai>plieut Time"-By Mrs. Sherwood vol iSmo rusj.
Court, or Chancery t ouit, under the provisittDs rrtinmunicatiois rr.w-l be addrewod! post N. II. STEWAliT, Piineinal.Quiacy Wi'ivl.-or and Cane Scat Chairs, Willow Wagons, // iithirtfore Ordered, That a hearinir be had in ted, 50 renfs.
l 5CJAll
.e the thereof hal! Bucket. Tub Piggins, Sieve, Tray, Eroom. thica.ife ihe Fall Term 1651, of the Gadsden
ot this Constitution, Judges i paid, tii UMIijin I II. Chambeis, PullisLer of "The June 11. lt01. 23 8t ai LILY OF TilE VALLEY-By Mrs.Sherrcod-j
i>o elected in the uuunpi provided in the lint t (eclioinf 1 Soil of the South," Columbus. G.->. I'otash, Sal S< la. Indian, G'.ue! Madder, Circuit Court : vol.! IStno., lllnatra'ed SO cents.

this acts and fhall bold their cilices lor the sum VAN LEON \RD. ) Committee Notice. Si-mi's superior S s Tobacco Rail Uoad Snuff Provided, That thi Order published in one rf THE SHORTER CATECHISM OF THE REt'

.. term, and be s'ibjctt to all t lie provisions cf said lr!siflection It_ A. WARE, > of I'io, I iguj ra, a-id Java Coffee coar-c t fine Salt, the newspaper printed in the City of Tallahassee ASSEMBLY OF DIVI SES. With PflofjijoMf :
the of the /COOPERS A VrilEEL! WRIOIITS WANTED.v .- Adamantino Star anti Wax Candle tie of three months to the fir-l
: rmcididhou-tvtt. That Judge* J. E.: HURT, > Publication. Sprm.; *, for "pace previous ol the Scripture, in word at length. f.tIUO

... 8-inreme Court shall be elected hj ceneial ticket ; Colimbus, Ga Aprl: 2 tl 5, hiil. ItJ 3m v> most e-xcellent e-yiciiir.fj fir a few j_uo.1 work- Boxes Drown Soap ditto for the Toilet, day of the said term. $3.

unJ lie JuJ es ol theChanceiy Couit Flull he elec- nun of sibovc tradit, jortii-ularly if sttady, iidL'Stri- Green t P lk. Ten. PicLle Lemon Syrup. Claret, J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJe&c.A .

tel by general ticket, or by Districts, as the Legislature tins and v ilhn Jo work fir renenable j!iy" It would S xli an-1! Uutt r Cracker., Pine Apple Cheese, true c >py-AMest, Extracts from cpiniuns of thefrta.frtcred .
may direct.Snc. In- worse than unk-bs fur othtrs to enttrtiin a thought Itacnn; Jjinl, Flour, Mackerel, R. C. LC-TKR, Cleik. Scenes and Characters-Ej the Rec.I

4. Be it further enacted. That should a cf eoiulni; t.. NEWPORT. Loaf and Crushed Star, with the u ;ual good a- June 23, IS-M. 23 3n Il adley This work may very properjb!

Taeancj occur in either the isipieine, Chancery. 01 rJllll 13 fiuWrilier ha* ojKwd n. s eioril CLOTHING May lo, is.;!. 13 rtmtnt of article* in the Dry Good ; 't.red companion to the "Sacii d MonnUmj,'>!t

Circuit Co-irt, by de-ith, ipoiguation, jeimtval, ci .! FUKNISIIINu I ESTABLISHMENT one Shoe*, Ilat. Hardware, Crockery, Saddltry, Jefferson Circuit Court.IN the same author. Its object is t!> illcatrateaj
tltl.c t Gn\ernui Idinsa ( door Soutli of Mefrs. Lewi Itt: Ames,vh sit liet t'isp. it shall! be the i duty I Bounty C( icb Trimmnig and Domestic lane. CHANCERY. *
fill Mich and lit opening a well spl.rted sis-vrtn.ont of $:iiion< r and not the anthoi'a design to supersede the Bible.;
writ election tw ivcancv Room i is to eimmeraf C Articles
a 11E undersigned,hating made arrangement with required of John Cuthbert dec'd.
Paul Ulmer Executor \
danotice thereof fashionable:, HEADY-MADE CLOTHING suited to hisih i ito excite a solicitude to obtain anito'
fchall at lea-t eut\ by proclamation JL (Conclusion next week.) *
give ired As.i'lin i
c..in-tiint ai.Jcxpei.t t IheCiljol
and t the Jivfcc s n elected to fill such vacaicvfitiali the KKIWYM.: (.insisting( in jmrt of COATS. VESTS and a | 13 against come intimately ocijuainted ard perfectly< l s.iifn r
continue in olbee Irom I the t lime be fjiialij PANTALOONS, rf various *tvca! and qualities Wa hin.'t I .iii, aiidbtitig I now proiditlith i Ihe April 1,1t.5l. James Gadsden.titztvihhiam Byrdsall.and Ihe widow its history, doctrines, and laAs; tokvwi'i

*u3'li.'r his rotnmiin, which shall be isaecinjtnedialclv white anJ fanny: colored SHIRTS, all qualities! : Silk, approved and requ-ite forms, will attend to the Cf 1liclion 1- Pork.O and heirs ol Joh, A. Cuihbirtdeceased. truths, to imbibe its spirit, feel its power,ind sir.

alter 1 ho final canvas ol the votes I\ MCI inn and (' .ttrn Undtr-i-liirNand Drawer) ?: Gi ve/", (1 Claims by poAers ol attorney for Bou'ity .. motion of Complainant, and it appearing take rt salvation ; in a word, to prizeinjLC!
Lands, Pension, and Claims lir L'Hsesiiul Servire A BAR R ELS Me>-s Pork,landing from Brig UraO UPON
which hi rclurn is detrrtnined : Fronded. Jwwfvtr Ilosif-v. Silk nnd Li'nn Hnndkercbii-f-, Strk. Sur.me : \J affidavit to my satisfaction that drfendant measure a- it deserves this treasure which ,un.
the United States Govinaiient.Otfirrrs and for sale byMcN'At'GIIT
That should it become neee>..sar.fill. any such va r Ti-s: Sr.jpi-nilcrs, Mom y IVlts, Shoi-Mer I3races.Purses. uj u..il nus, James Gadsden arid Fit7william Byrd,.all reside beyond deed beyond price. We predict for ir a circuU.-; ?
nd soldiers of th.-! ol IS12. of i ORMOND.
hifoie a-'> election can be held under the pioVi Pnckct Hooks Comb's. 1ruIo. Ac.; THAVELLlNi ar or any the lin.Kst if t the Slate of Florida, the one in far beyond any of the authors former woks-r.e
fancy of the Indian, war since 171-0 are entitled to Rcnr Newport. March 22, 1851. 11
aasof n'itution, the Governorhl.all have ; TRl'NKS.HPET UAGS, nnd VA- .__ South Carolina arch the other in New Yorkso that ,\>;M, J&a. ;th.
Lands tnsd the late Act ol (."nZresq. For
the to Pill such vacancy by appointment, a MI LICES. TMCRELLAS; jretluT with a lanrc ai,rt- ty < r services the ordinary process of this Court cannot be serted Sacrtd Scenes and Characters--By tFe Ret J
pov jr moderato
rendered! illbechaiucii &c.
the person so appointed: bhall hold hi- office Jrom the nu-ntof cats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, 5.c., all of a of the warrant conpei.-alifin the \\ Coffee, Sugar, Soap, upon them : T. Headley, author of the u Sacred Monmus.

thte of his coumisi.in until Li s fcuccctsur shall bi liicb will be fcold cheap fe-r cji li. upon delivery or amount SACKS COFFEE K /? thtrefrre Ordered, That, publication be made &.c. This work \iill add really to the reputitn
coliecled I) P IIOGUI! I 9
duly elected and (jti.dified.Si.c. W. T. MITCHELL G.V.. HUTCHINS. 10 barrels Stuart's vdlow Sugar, fri four months in a newspaper, published in Tallal.aasee of the author. In literary merit if flicre thaneqaaj

5He it Jurthtr enacted That the second Tallabawee, May 3, 1P51. 17 ifMii I; M Pilot Bread, Florida, rtqtnring said defendants Gadden.in his "Sa'red Mountains." Mr. Hcadley! etcesa!
March JS51. 12 tf
section of said act to amend the twelfth t clause ol tlu l 5 Crackers 1 P.; nUall to plead, an.-ner. or den.ur to the Hill his glowing style and tivid descriptions. HisKorti

Constitution ol this State, and adopted by the third 1 Southern;: ; Life Insurance Comnany Sight Exchange 70 boxe family S ap, of Complaint oa or before the first Monday in September are a uch sreasury of all the sublimity of ttmtpt,

and: fourth General Assemblies as afore aid, be amith I of Louisiana. 2t superior Tobacco, tc, Ac. next : moving i tenderness of passion,and ioroinlretell

*ame is hereby abolished ; but it is hereby provided i T.J AVINGlHK-nnppointedA -nt f ir the above Con- ON NEW } 015K. SAVANNAH, and MACON Landing from Brig Uranus nnd for sale! bvMcNAUGIlT Prodded, A copy of this Order be duly published of expression, which are to be fofend in all!1 the tan'iazes *

that the General Assembly shall, by the run- j |iany' ,and de'rmin it unnecessary to &Ji cu.s the for sale, in sums to suit, byThOMAS i ORMOND. for four months, as herein directed, prior to the said by which mortals declare their tnicda.-S

current vote of the two Houses theieof) at its next i InqK.rtance and advantage (,f the niutuul insurance J. PERKINS, Newport, March 22, 1b51. 11 first Monday in September (1S51) next.Mach Daily (JfobcJan. 5th.

reg'iUr' *e
\vhich will occ.wby expiraTion of the term of oJLcccit'lhat of the citizens of TalUia.ec; un'l! vicinity. Any information -_ Bacon, Lard, &c> A trueo.,'v--Aite*!, have net for a lonz time sat dowo to a Mti

Jude who may draw the two ear term, uii.irr relative to it,can be obtained bv'callins on the INSURANCE COMPANY, CASKS Bacon Sides C. G. FIFE, Clerk. with mote pleasing anticipations, cr foaid ft**

the prfvifioM ot Vai.l second section, which a sul.eriber. S. S. 1NIG lIT.Novtziiir HARTFORD! CONNECT I CUT. L Shoulder,* April 12,1551. 14 4rn anticipa'ions more (ally realized, than m the pen.
dwbireJ ibolUhed. 2 sat of the work before u". and we kf w it wi v
herein above lo 'e !! 1P50. 47 tf
. .. FIFTH (JENKU IL : AmrMiiLV.'asPii Alt.me >Oj.H..enaiecv BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house 10() barrels Mc-s Pork, Notice.SIX hailed with sratiiicatinn by the many adrnaed

theCuntit; tional majority, Diet-Liber 13, 1 'xJ.rai THE TRUE MEDICINAL itbs !b3- fue. 23 Fl"tir. months after ife, I shall apply to the Judze the talented author. 1lis ? apoieofl and tusshalls"
: LEWIS i AMF. 2 hands an-l lo') keg. Leaf Lard, ',tud, ai tnt t
.d the House (>t Heprenentative* by the Constitutional was, perhaps, as popular.and
Probate of M t iion C'nmij t-rr letters of dis
Q'' I hS'0. 3 Agent TalUh.t .
January: > > ? '-ee. 15 Wi&j.kev.Jut book that now
majority, December 23, IS3U. COp LIVER OIL mission trctn the administration of the estate of as many .'nthu"ia'tir readetsasiny
""" -ale
and l bvMcNAUGHT
received per Schr. Barnard. We think the Rambles and Siet :Mare
USEFUL n the cure ol Scrofula, Consumption, A. B. CLARKE, ; A ORMOND. Daniel Flint. dece.i'd. least as any Of l lpreviously '
[:cu. 2.] (FnRMFKLY CL.\RftF. t 9TILLM AN,) Newport, Marcb 22, 1831. 11 wciks. There net it.
AN ACT to amer.d the Seventeenth Clau e of the and aldi! -eve ol tio! Che-ta. d Lnn s. A supply March 22, 1551. 11 Cm published te
ol this Slate.SECTION of IliH I valuable medicine *$1 TTAY1NG purcha-ed the interest of Mr.btb chapter in the work, filled as it w \t.h an in
Fifth Article ol the Constitution i Is juc.t t received, which is Real Burr Mill Rock. anti teT* Inou
J.-L S'.illrcan: in their old business, can teLt. The aut nor has ample room
1. Re it en-icted by the Senate andIhuiecf .varrantfcd i uro, and of xery' sp.ri..rqiu.ulitv.Fursileby Summer Clothing1.AB. variety
I'ioiLlar found at their old "(and on Monroe street, PEW Piece real French Burr Mill Rock, 18 by h" for the employment rihis fine talentsIai-
Jtf atites nf the f>t present A CLARK has received from New York *
Gtnrral dsi-emlly convened. That tl.. Seventcenth May 2. I5). 20 Tallahassee, Fla. \vheie, heill receive in a few days from Ne\\\ York 20) incl.e) Mzr. for sale at rnt and charge*, bv just advanta-e,and no-t snccr""lniiy ha' heteaffpi |
of of
of the most complete assmtinetils <>( Readymidr D. LADD. general assortment; summer clothing The h-o raphical sketch rt the if
C'ause'! of the Fifth Article ol the Coiulilution one Newport, May 10, 1S31. 18 ed the task.
variety and which will be sold on the
of this State be, and the same is hereby, so Ice Ice Real cool Ice Clothing and Gcntlttntii's Fancy floods every rea-onabte terms slyie, at the well known store on is Loteresring and well con-irteredVandadJjBC!
off. IC.(1 tnis market. Also a erierdl a'. nrl- most bock l.ich U eot up
Thi shall e\ei HI ; Plantation for Sale. to the value of the w
amended as to read as follow*, to wit : e shall reside LOTS ir.ent of Fiench, Ez.FL1 and 1dgiaz Cluttii, neat andattrDctitestylcbv t t he pubhi3hCr.5et'land
b? one Solicitor for each Circuit, who in the mrniin-j at tluee cents per ponnij l Black and Fatifif Dtirtnins and Casiiinirs, Jftaci q'IIE PLANTATION whereon the late Ja-hua H..I Also a tine lot ot Cloths, Fancy and Black D' e-skin*. Transcript, tJee. i J-VA.

therein, and shall elected bv the qualified Ociober voters in by thin ,.inahl quantity, jmd two cents and a half by and Fiiiueied Silft Satin, Cu\hmtre, and I'tltttlrttiitnx Byrd funnerlv resided, in Leon County, near Cashmaretles, Col'd. and White Drilling, Drap'Kte, Mr Headley U one cf the wosfofthi rrmiSsnar'

I of such Ciicuit, nnthefirtt hundiedand Monday in the hundred wii l.t "All IXT HS from abroad csoi which he i ii prepared to manufacture at Lake Erie: containing 4 SO acre, of which some 200 White and Fancy MarsailleSatins and Fai.cy Silk country, and we have here one ot hIS '

s* :I the year one thousand eight at such filty-lhree times have it packed in boxes or casks with saw dust a* rcDANTLL the thoitest notice and in the mot approved stile._ are (cleared and under cultivatkn. On the premises Vesting, which he is prepared to manufacture in books- one tin which he ran safely rest b3i-

utjd every four years theieafter law or prescribe and as quired. LADD. The community c nc rally are pectlutly requested i is a rcmf. General Assembly by
the may to befixed t, May 10, 1R51.; ]g tf to call and exaniric, in\ stock lx lore ; eUcwbere. cewary out bousef, uc. Tbs Plantation poetesses -ALSO- itv and truth. There i a craceful frankoei.s

fihiU receive "fur Ins services a condensation Taliiihassee,October 12, lO. 40OF many ad vantage*,as it adjn'm the piney woods,where A'fuil asarit meet of Shirt s,Drawers,Kid and Thread dms the ccmpn-ition.which enzasrs the ioteTP

by law.Be it enacted That s'Jch elections The Fire in Conway, Mass."VT"E tli" range H vt rv oi'd for cattle and hog*. The New- Gloves, Collars, Hall-Hose, Col'd. Muslin and bilk the meatier in The author as well as in the sff-

Sec. 2. further JOlIIeT PItATOIUUS, j>ortnn-l! Georgia Plank Road will pass within 400 to Cravats, Htikfs Boots, tc. III- rambles about Rome, Pari- and bfldiuflUt
conduct and the reluins iiipcrt vriih
and the
shall be held pleasure following letter from '
/ ; '' of the and I think will on the April 5,1531. 13 tf traits of an inSenou natnre.B?
to'j ihvi-llin'j,
yards ga
fh and lively
thereof tnade, in the fame manner as is now pre. V the Ct Tool It shows a "u
iway C4uupuuiy. cleaily i[: Tim L\TI: rum or UVLT. & PRtTORIL'I defiant to **&- "
line the bole length of the Plantation ol" InMewiil
ecrib'd by law, or may hereafter be prescribed bylax that tim faith tf the public in HiU/s SaLunandcr or through ; which a man the*
inform 1.13 fiicnJs and the Cry Goods &..c.OIV that of of
member to from W71 V\y"OrT.D public and RlnntbL* Road i is completed, vbicb is under contract predict for this a oae! equal to any
for tl.e election Congress S.ifca has not been miplacet] :
*\ p. tb-it be has taken the .f ore lately occupiedXiby to be lfni bv the 1st of January 1852, no hand and for sale by the subscribers' : t hcr's work.-Sre.VrtP Iork'tts-
thi State. CI\\VAT, M\s, July 14, 1R51.Me ; C. I II. liUxnl. nml .iiljoinin the More h.H-ly Plantation Ie line of the Road! will of which no author"*"
S AS Passed the Senate eurccssors'to on the TV tirpas 4 and 1U-4 Brown and Bleached sheet ings. The collection is one
levrn FMBLV RofT. Stearns A f'o.
FIFTH HL rs. C. IlicJi ttCo
4 December 31 1&5I.Pa occupied by Bull tt Pratcriu*. where be will be pleaded it for convenience, .c It i i.i now offered for sale z.t a New York Mills Long Clolh. ashamed. It consis's. indeed,of some of Mr twof
Constitutional ,
by the majont/ ., 140 Water ftreet. New Yoik Gentlemen Tojour
the Constitutional :- to attend to the calls and want of those who may be bargain. IVr-ons de..ir us of purchasing, will please English Long Clot-Cambric hurt ings. lev'smost briUiatt and hih1v.finished cruuprctt
the House ol Rpresettitics by
Lte T the
re-ptfting ihe SiilunaiiiWSaftj 'ihitbb'be
I 1S51.! iiKjuiiie | < dlf]x>.sol to patronize him in hi-* line of butiiea. call on Jo ej b Chaires, Y:.a., who will show tLtm the Bro. and bleached Sea Island shitings. those specimens ol his abilities by ?
majority, January s, No. if faneC1
3,381, purcliaseil < Mer3.
you lie bus received, by the late arrivals a efiwe and land. Fur terms, Ac., apply to me at my residence, Irish linens frem 33 cIa to 1,23 per yd. judged with the ereate-f safety to 1'
V.'m. d Co it
Bryce : is pcrliaps tufiicint to that .Vtr-Iw
OFFICE SECRF.TAUV OF STATE, ) ay, iCflt-kdcctfd nifjitif f CVofAt, Caxinitrrx, I'tsliiiyx, Fort Stran.-burv, Flo. Linen Cambric Hdk'fr from I2i to 30 c. t. word-painter and thinker -Ste
or I
at writing \vlnch
on in the
Taltahatfee, May t, 1S5I. J ptesent paper was Faiify (jt'Oili ; also, a ymcral assortment of1EjJ BENJAMIN BYRD. Reviere, hem sfiched and scrolled bordr'd fume, Dec. I 1ct9. '
) Safe at the tumc of the destruction f.f our manufaetory be fcrwatJ
lCHACi.7i: W. D'MNG, Secretary of Slate, do by fire on the riu.rning <-f the lllh in it. The Safe ) Y-MA n i: CL o rn/.v G, January IP, 1851. 2 tf Toilet linen.Longlawnlinen Cambric.hdVis.[ N. U. The above bo.-Tcs will free pct3' '
to be true and correct All of which I flatter style and Cambric JaconeUand Swisi Muslins. der, at the prices mentioned, !
hereby cert ily the forecoii.g the lower floor of three bnildm iny-elf, cie i-qvalin of '
\va-s n receipt ,
ttory ? containing the
Notice. Curtain Muslins from I1 to 5'1cts.' pnj'd-,striped of the United States, on
file ofilce and and others that will leI part
Acts at ,
rcpies of the original on my conMilcruUc quftiititics of&ea'-ned beach tinibtr quality, 'juile a*
herewith t ublibhed in pun-uanceof theprcvi'ion ut! and it \ia at n red heat vht-u it fell into n be'l l lof 1 mml'in tl.is market He with give particular attin- "HE ur.ilnrMirncd hereby give notice that their re- and" Embroidered.ALSO with the money. Money way

Constitution relative to Amendi&entii and Re\i- livo lu.rd worl coal*, in which it remained imbedded ti'-ii to hi.- buinc's. r.nl bopot be will merit a liberal n I SfHrtivcifljfos will be ojtn for the transaction of Damash Table Linen- Bro.-Linen Table CIotl.9 JOHN STATIC

lion cf the C.V.Contitittitifl.. DOWNING Secretary Stale. aljout three hours, vlun it vas drawn out, nm], patronage from the pul be.tfovembtr tf ('fl2.1a1 biirine.-?, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every day, Sund.iv' Family Linen and Planter's Drilling. PnMishec, 145: Nassau -.
23. 1S50. 45
17 ( rn as w f>n as practicable;: opened The atlier Lindjnsttf except ed. Collonade, Nankeen Auu't 9, lSSh.Valuable. 31
? thu Ijooks were heated by the tcam, and Mime tf The iiiTi-wty and propriety of regular and specified Huckaback Diaper.
loose Pure Sulphate of Quinine. hours of lninl", in rflicec, are recognized by
Boots.DOZEN haPS were fioinculmt ftalne.l ; hut not a MII- a public Red-lick. Richmond Stripes. Lands for Sale.

Shank Pt'. tie; pirliclc of pajM rin nny IxK.k vns injured nml subscribers have on band tno hundred! and law and u-age, and are too obuotw to require ex plan Moss'Mattrasies, &.C.
Pair of Brails THE
not .1 inIc mark t-n any Iwc pnpcr, wlietlx made ounces of! Sulphate Quinine' which they aticn. Coats' Spool Coiton. H AVING purchased alll the J-aydaB Cbit
J_ April 5, 1R31. 13 jiy n pen or pe-.ril, i ib tlt'fuwl. We coui..id.r the Safe have obtained diu-ct I i I from t tl.e manulacturcrs! and C. W. DOWNING Fterflary State. Marshall's fine black linen thread on pool. nanv known as the Brunswick cr!' 0itit

in ha in uatecl il article. JOHN BEARD, Wf>o/fcf. chie Lana Company. I will sell private
Plow s.X quch'.iija n> through one f f tn! KCvwe they will warrant to be a superior -ALSOA 00tbat
t wl.icli could! enbiecd, of and Medicines W. R. hAYWARD. Tr'a.turer. second Tuesday in October next or
tc.qts to it have Ijoi-n put, an] we We have our stock Drugs few cheap chairs.
and fcr pale loxr fot1I
C) f\! CAST Sweeps ia Etorc. B. GAMBLE.B n rif-cJ not assure vou that we rejoice at its FUCCCS"'e ._ by recent .iri irate,ind are prepared to execute I). S. WALKER I: q. I'ulllc Land Common rocking chairs. public aleat ChattaLoochierihe
4 rates. 3 \\ will furwanf you the burnt Safe,:uiJ in the meantime orders for articles in our line, \\lioJesaleor retail, R. S. iityvtitb, Clerk Sup. Court. High post B.'d sieadj.! bed Lots: COUNTYNo.

Aprz15.1. cKl! u* another of the tamo me ai.d pattcni, on the mc.tt acccnino.lat > terns. February 1, ISSI. 4 tf Wash stands &c., &c IN GADSDEN *=

Law Firm. fur immediate use. Your?, re'f*>rt fully, We have alo a few account 9 yet due to us for Iii- G. &. J. MEGINNISS. 1 and 2 in frac Sec. 32.conaiMn5 SeI53!

Tool A. 1S49. They are generally in small amounts, Brandy. S W i and W \ of S E \of
EARD A BREYARD \ ill practice in co-partner Conway Company- PAKKEtt. Agent year Julyl2IcSl. 27 I ,
frWj in til the Courts 'if tbe Middle Circuit of An astirtnH' of %U11'11Q! ;pi/en and t.attrz.ith but if the hole could be paid bhortly.it would go 1 CASK verypuprior Brand Sof W + fractional

Florida. OHlcu inFcbrunryl.lRSl.TaBthace aria withuut row ler-proof lockc, for sale nt 146 Water far towards liquidating cet tain sums whicheowe.. .1 April 5, 1851. 13 "AS. B. GAMBLE. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Lot No 1, Jth of a Ssc in 4 andNW1 J JJjcl
of Sec ,
JOHN BEARD.T. Etrcei, New Ycrk. LEWIS &, AMES. N W and N E|


tfShoes. JOHN O. STEARNS Stock $300,000. IN .
4 Capital ,
; ofSeCti0T1SI
i : New Goods. O CASES superior TEA which can lie recom- N E i and Ecf N W J _j,w
A. S. \IAR\ 1N. *
2 1851. O mmded. BERRY & ROWLES. flnilE undersigned. Agent of the above Company, : i of S E i, and S W i of S E i of *
Augat of
80 stock
) 3m and selected
OPENING Har--; carefully JL is prepared to take risks again Fire on bu\Id-\ N and W. itJ
rerdv- 17 R 7 >
: and Gents Rubber Overfiioo jVt Urilania and Metal Ware, May 3. 1851 t0M
Bright 3O,20
the favorable
LADIES tugs and their contents, on most term. Lnts2,3,4and 5 of frac Sec
JAS. B. GAMBLE. consislIn in of Tea and Coffee Pots, French DU '
Tax Collector's Sale. part F. IL FLAGG Agent 31 cf T -J.R6,
.' 1P61. 13 Notice.JTMIE the N i of frac SeC ,
April Colloe Filterers Pitcher Candle Slicks of different
BY virtue authority in me bylaw vested, I have qmlilies, Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake 15es, undersigned having mace some new arrange Tallahassee, June 7, 185L 22 taininifS7IJacie COUNT\GEOKGl .
: /(" and lovieil upon fourteen Lirvhed ninl Cari'iish r?, and a \aiity ol otlur articles, which J. tneiit in his butines-', reijue ts all persons m- The and Commissson Business IN District,
HEIR & RUST are now opening an a orttsent thirty-w-vcn ncre <.f Land, l\m in Ion County, situate thee otter for sale on reasonable teun it to call and M (tie up In future te will keep Forwarding Lots No 419 and 420. 21st

Vf Spring and Summer Hats, ci the very latest a few miles South-east of> the city of Ti'Jlalmssco, Aim, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin no bocks, but sell his goods exclusively for cash or AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, 30 J acres. ;BNole.

.. etyle. April 19, lSl.I 15 i urj ortin. to U-1onjto: ( William! 11 Kilcroa, und will Ware of every description, munn/ac/H/'ftf here l by ploduce, end Ly so doing he will be able to sell at IN the Wat e-Houses heretofore occupied by Messrs. .-There is a small reservationCounty.

lie offered for Kilo in front of tli? Court Ilui .e U.>or, good torkrnnand at fair price; ;. Ihe. lowest living price, which he promises to do, & PETTES, will be conducted by the undersigned "

I : Blacksmithtng.Eundeiiignedrespert. in Tulhthaxsee, on Monday' the C J day of Novemlx r L3 1 Pipe, Sne't Lead. Copper, Zinc, and Cistern and requests!)!* old cu.-lomersand others wishing who will endeavor In jilve as general sat- Most of this land i, very 38 CcrN

} fully inform* next, within lepal lionr T> lie aoL to ratify the Pumps for ?ile. Tin Roofing, Guttering! and Job buy low, lo give him a call. He has on hand a good i faction as did their active and industrious predecessors lo the culture of Tobacco, CotIOfl.f the j

.1. the public generally that. tiairg Taxes due thereon for the year 1850.D. Woik executed faithfully and with desjalch.T. 9oilmenl of Shoes, Hals. Caps, Tlankets, Cotton BEARD & DENHAM. any person wisfiinz the whole "%If .w ;. ..( I

I e'ipoyeda supeiior Horse Shoer, he i JIcllAENY, WHITE & CO. and Woollen Goods, &c., Vc., for lamily and plantation JulyS, 1S51. 20 If County I would fell a bargain. "Je ,

row ;psepsre.t| to evecute.a'd. ; wi-ik in that line in a Tax Collector of Lwm County.July Scptemher2lSr! 37 tf uses. River near Chattahoocbie.at whllBJijr.' f

uperior manner, and on usual terms. 2C, 1831. 29 3m January, 1531. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. Clothing. the lands can be seen, and I can time $ Col'
F. PAYNF. Land the 1st of after which
A Valuable Tract of Tobacco August
assortment of Gents and
tf received a general
J0e2tS5O. 25 JUST Ga. The titles are indisputable.
Tax Collector's Sale. for Sale. Flour, &c. Spring and Summer Clothing. For sale July 5,1S51. 2G JOH'J

6 Spring Goods. BY virtue t.f authority in mo by law vested, I have bo sold on a credit of twelve month at 1 ff\ BARRELS best family Flour, low by HEIR & RUST. ,__?.?_ .

I lIE subscriber i is oprainy
J. of Drew GooK Bonnet Ribbons. Florci.cc Silks, acre of land, lyin in Ion County,nituativl about lay in Ooto'x-r next, 200 acres of Valuable Hammock 30 barrels Pofatoe, ER Schooner Wm R. Pettwfrcn

I which be ofteis at low price" ten miles Nortli-ca t.f Tallahassee, on the waters of Land, bel'inging to the estate of John Ferguson, deoea 5 firkins best Goshen Butter. Madison Male Academy. SOW pounds Wi;wlinp.. '1cur.
ic very |
', 1851. 13 JAS. B. GAMBLE. Black Creel, purntrtln! to Ix-lonpf to Fabran Arm- o 8.
I April stoad, and will be olfered fnr wle, in front of the Valley, about five miles from the Court Hou e, to McNAUGUT i ORMOND. tier the direction of Mr. F. 1* YULEI-IOCE,) on 40 s ?er"ne

Spring and Summer Goods. Gmtt house door, in the city of Tallahawee, on ifon- which jtoint Holmes' Creek i it navigable all the vear. Newport, March 22, 1851. 11 MONDAY,July 14tli, and terminate on Friday, December 5 U Lard,

1 of Spiing and Jay the 3d day nf November next, within legal hours. It H well watered, and well adapted to the culture llth. 2 Rice,
JUST received Goodi general, to which we invite the attention: To be wild to fcatUfy the Taxe due thereon for the Tobacco, Cotton, Corn, Eke, and Sugar-cane. Notice. RATES OF TUITION. 3 boxes Lemon

i i $ of. buvcr* before purchasing e1se here.i year 1650. Tax Collator D.of McHAENY Leon Only n "mall portion of of cleared the Land l In cleared fence, but \ LL parties indebted to me. will please call at For Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Geography 5 keg Goshen Corn.Batter.. &:.
Ctiuuty. there is nliout 30( acres land, tinder Also, 300) bushel eet1,
1E51. 15 HEIR & RUST.i il. desk with the cash, wilho'it delay. session
my 8
19. 00 AucI'Potatoes
April ,
July 26( 1831. 29 3m on wliich there it log house.*,a well of good water, orchard 19 193t. 23 S. S. KNIGHT. per BERRY & ROWLE>,
July The above, with English Grammar, Composi!
Oats and Ac. land adjoining. It is high anti 30
Corn, Hay. on public a August Q, 1S31.
and Exercises Elocution
i Great Chance. tie! History, in per
f\ BUSHELS heavy white Corn, healthy situation, and adjacent to good range for cattle
I Co-Partnership. ion 12 00
I *ex> ,
determined lo leave Tallahassee mid hogs.
Oat< bar-
200) a
r 4 bales Hay, fBO HAYING be given in the sale of my stock and The improvement on public land will be sold at the rPHE undersigned have this day formed a CopartJL The Latin and Greek Languages and Mathematics BUSHELS first"u Iri1 pG
session 20 00
Now landing from 13ng Uranus, and for sale or ood'will to any person vtihiug to do a giocery buKi'netsinfliii came time. nership under firm of G A J. Meinniss.Gto. per TOO
I The of tuition to be in advance.
II MEGINN1SS, price paid
ilcXAUGHT A ORMOM). ( place. JAMES M. LONG, Executor. I 1651. 23I.
; Madison June 21 1851. 21 it July ,
p. ewport, March 22, 1651. 11 July 19, 1951. 28 S 8. KNIGHT. July 12, 1851. 27! fct July 1, 1951. JOS. R MEGINNSS. ,


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