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 30, 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
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00134
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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JrfwA jr'I'i'ri' //< V fff- under heavy expenseshich not only abHtbed ;! You il1sistI on my l keeping Margaret, wheji 1 1i I A POETIC GEL TH WIDOWS WILL. i lips of a husband and father, remember ,

j1G LIKE ;LADY.ii his small capital, but actually plungedliini i I might just as well have done 1113' housework I I Tlc follotrin, ? touching stanzas are from the pn of that you are inheriting another vial of ;

I j into debt. But one honest course was 1: myself; I thought I would make her useful, ,' author of the Burial nf. Sir John Moore. TTcy: BY REV. A. )bCOTT. ,. widow's tears." I

J I left for him, to pursue, and Le rosolved to and made her, help me work on the caps.- were "'ritcl soon after the death of a beloved wife: !' An hour more, and the poor widow, the 1- :,

T.V PAfJCBEYTON. close up his alF.iirs, and tell off what stock Besides'ot were not satisfied if I neglected I I hail tkoitfltif thou could'st have died, I was a bitter night. The snow had been widow of a thousand sorrows, the once favored ",, '

I he had to pay: 1-is debts. "[t to ue all the spending money you allowed I mi ht iiot weep for thee; falling in fleecy flights during the greater portion child fortune, the once lovely and ,

: Burgess was a man nf1intbut I IIr. It was at this time that Mr. Burgess saw me, and I pretended to use that just to please But If, rt/(.t when] W thy side, of the day, and the cold was so intense I J wealthy bride, the once afecionate and
,_! llnnrUon! and in its true light the of which he had !' Now befoio scold for di- That thou could'st motal ], ; business i,
beautiful been
n';L ItaUHg married a ,, error yon. you me my that little of any kind had been pro.secuted j devoted young mother, lay and senseless
,"nit'S ..1IU:1I1, be r41ved 1 tn para, no ex. ,IIII. guilty, in opposing his wife's desire! to economize j obedience, witness the results of my industry I Tlie len'r time through would my l'r' l he oVr had! past. t by the industrious and enterprising i in death, and her soul )been summoned to ,;

;."LI Ie "surrounJiI1 her with comfoits and and devote a portion of her time to useful I and econonu'." TIt I on thee should. Iwk my list, citizens of the viage. Night had succeeded '! that God who has slid, Vengeance is mine, rand

p, n"I.I'II'1111'1'(1' her. ji he ': .J. Hike a 1 lady."I occupation.. I Lizzie opened her dek l and displayed toI thou ehould'et smile no morel t daJ. The snow sleet were still descend I will repa3"

Ifl..11. i h.arII1fn ',' tl 4rs.f Bllrgl'Es to I Had 1 allowed her to lighten our expenses I Hamilton's bewildered' sight a pile of gold! And ,1m thy fare T look, ing, and the spirits, of the storm seemed to 1

:,d'II.t( hu-1.an,1, lbtut:1"e.lr' after : in ths; way," thojgl.t: ; he, "I I might not which filled him with greater astonishment And think upon'twill smile ajain ; howl around the house, and through the Prepared Moss. ,

n 1'1'1 111"riiT"h'I dear Amtm.*"-this i I hi\e J been driven i to such extremities.: And I i than anvlhitrr ele.i Ani "ti the tllnu"J. I cannot brook fit-Ids and orchards and forests, and among How bounti.'ul i ia nature! and to what a

Id'" -lit' rt11l' him by at hamr- I IlJ.6e I wh,t has been the result of my follyVhy! I I'hie", continued: Lizzie, without allowing J.1't 10 vain : the distant mountains.Mr. ,. variety of uses may her products Ke converted! :J

: i";1'' 1 kind to cie altogether. \ on I!i 1 have Kept ht'i i ignorant of our |o\erty until ': him to sr.'ak-" there are tIll eo hundred But when I spwik, thou dost not say Rowland had returned from his counting -! Even the moss, which clings with para cite
I \,. It.t' too the last and the sudden !1 dollars.! Of this little wouldn't 1 What thou! ne'er h.C.t unpaid; i! tendrils in such abundance to the trees of
inwiHi-S that I should work or lo :111I. very : now intelligence : course sum And ilI1 I fi,,I, ns \ I may, house at an earlier hoar than usual. Sup our
our: support, w hen I actually! that we are beggars \\ill well nigh kill her." : make anybody rich, but I hope; it will con1 ; Dear Mary! thou art per had been served, and the family had swamps-long known as an: article of use
;1 '," ( linle exortion on lilY pait would( SatL-fied; of the danger, if not the impossibility I vince you that a 'ie's: : cconoiiyaiid industry dcJ gathered around the sparkling fire. ThE I|: is now, through the progressive agency of

'" ''Vlv jrt| : sorvt1lighten a l your expenses. but of keeping the secret longer from his !j are not to J be despised.: :' I tlll cold(couMVt and, } all stay HtTi-ne, e'en,as thou art, children had been put to bed in an ad. I| human skill, taking its stand as a product of
1: .:;;; good lor; fn)' health and spirits as.t'Jlatwul ;j wile, :Ir. Uurgess went home slIP day resolved I Lizzie dear Lizzie !r' T still mi(i !Lt jtrft-s thy silent! }heart. joining apartment, and the infant was sleep I; high commercial: importance.

',jt. US to which my time i is now de. ; to bteak the iut-'lligence to her without I .' Oh, this is nothing: -only a sample of And where thy "nule* have been: ing in the cradle under ths immediate noticeof j Messrs. Duvall and Co. have recently erected

: \. hesitation. Entering the house with his latchkey I what I can do. Com*, now, acknnwKdge While e'en thy (.ti bleak corpse I lave, its mother. Mr. Rowland was reading a an establishment on Canal Carondelet! in

'I.;'.'OK: "Oil .industi: )little bee," exclaimed] I,; J he went directly to Lizzie's room, which I your error, and say+> th.t: I may have mv v own But Tlxni at, I"4-iniust sti mv- own; newspaper, and as the fitful blast moaned around j wMcl they have constructed machinery for "
,' voa have great notions of tnnSOUT1I -: he entered uneeremoninus-ly.; To his surprise 1 "ain Future." I feel I tlc !II dJgrave his commodious dwelling, he would : purpose of so changing our common

\v-, Iu: !i. u sdii3, t dt'cbre Hut J..iuil', lie found on the table; a gentleman's: cap { 1 Hamilton replied b3' clasping his wife in : make some remarks relative to the severityof swamp moss as to give it a character wholly
\ ; of that his do not wh rc'r thou art, tho weather. Mrs. U. lent from that which it -es in its
{ It r consent to your proposition. peculiar fashion which he had seen arm?. tlliuk < was parting the I posses
11 Thou ..
w\tr I II }
I 3'not} to make you niy dave.When : ; worn by !potlmen and dandies round to'\'). I "There, ray nothing more about it," she And I. } : me: flaxen curl upon the head of the sleeping natural state. Ky a chemical process, these
uwrry! you j>crhap *! boothc thi-j!
I VU :HVL' Iae dti* .1t.'af hanJ. I rcsolvod! j:', Anxious for an explanation! ,he looked around : continued. "Don'tthink ofyour misfortune, In too la.v, J.f thee: JIr babe, occasionally she imprinted the I gentlemen have succeeded in converting the I

J ibouFd? nt-ver be sailed and made rough ,|! for his wife; but Lizzie was not in the room. i ]bat remember that we can be hipp3% even if Yet ttlkig round tIe such a dawn warm kiss of material affection upon its ruddy -, coarse fibres of the mos into a substance so

i II:, and it n-wr fehall, a* long as anrasrvssi '''Then: hearing \uicl' in another part of the we both have to work hard. Poverty c.in- Of lisfht neVr !t' 'a before, check nearly resembling hair as to deceive the eyes
,1\' j.: (r- M hoim, he left the crush ad I 1 have As fancy never .! tlniwn: at the door. of even the experienced, while the article left
attend to U1 $In2t'iII(SI'. I i room: by a different dour : not us, ;: hope already con- And CCu.IIJVC. Suddenly some one rapped I
IIi l to from that w'lieh: had 'illct'd011 that work'ill make lose never c rc- when little of about is more valuable than hair for upholstery
\I'CI would out have done anything by he entered, and! lmetened i \ not me was opened, a girl seven I pur
: to the: lor where he -il I Ilttmctiu ii sight. ---- -- -- old admitted. Her dress i poses. The: moss, b3' this operation, i is completely
,V-ca|( !(' I'or! }iuM aid f.tJle world, and pa: i <'xpect< to find : your A years was scanty ,\.
r '! .Mrs.I ii The husband's heart overflowed with Sharp-set Night Inspector. tattered and thrown i cleansed of its outer covering, and .'
,ac.ortfli4i I nlhwt-d him to have hi* way iiurges: ; company with the owner of i young : was torn, a ragged quilt
( farther: raijonslranee ,I thai ("p. To Lis gurpris-e, he found the parlor gratitude and joy. Not :ven bad joke is told of one of the around her slender shoulders, and a pair of nothing is left but its wiry and elatic centre.
\"Ii"UIIIU/"iJ. .
'hut Hamilton'* tmiueff'"u, dull, and itMaiwJ vacant, and JJl&Ptillla1' at.'t in the hall how have-1 misunderstood3oudear Liz. New York Night i Inspectors. -happened a miserable old shoes upon her feet. She was I I This change h effected. in a few hours, doing Ii

: the greatest" exertion on his part, and 1: a moment afterwards, he impatiently demanded : ?ie," he exJaimcd. You are worth more i few eveiiinjjs "iICr shortly after the wharf almost frozen. I i away entirely with! the ordinary, tedious process -

:] i"nwlittti In, to raise sufficientn ) his M ife. i to me than Southern riches i ; and now that 1 I I watch was S.t, that a plain.looking countryman You are the widow Watkins's little of preparation, which requires several '1 1I

;1.1,,, \ oietthe:| | daily' expenses of Ms fctm'l ohe is in the room, sir," said the domesJUC. !know poverty cannot cru.h you, Ill) mind is was seen to leave a brijr, lying at I'ierNo. daughter ?" said :Mr. Rowland, inquiringly.l I I months to be gone through with :

:uv L: to j I at ease. Liz/Je: I am so I happy !I" C, with a suspicious looking bundle his The little girl answered in the affirmative, A specimen of the "Prepared Lou?ian:

:"I.\' I \Vithout word I And I have i"I ha tids. and added that her Ma tick and wishedMr. Moss" was forwarded to the World's Fair for
.,Mr .f.t irs will I be in a better state nextvsr saying Hamilton again: may 1113 way was i
".!fit .uM t". himself, and I must tuan- I'hastened' to Lizzie's room, \\L ,
S : K' tli wnjih this i dull season some reading a late }It :wne'with aifected iadif- ,j, Remember: } this: ," cried Mrs. Burgess, the stranger tugged along slowly up the she thought she would surely die. I':i of attention. Its value for upholstery uses

\v 1 19 stra another.j:: I will venture to uu in debt i ference. I lrchJ,. Pier with it and turned the corner, sweating I' Mr. Rowland owned the,[place on which was so apparent that large European orders
\ or I Madam." With heart than he had fell for under his load. the sick resided. She indignant have since been sent to Messrs. Duvall & Co.
ii.ik; .1 1 lI.ink, for "u way i is preierable to ; cried lie, angrily, what (doe \ a lighter woman was very
:) y
i rrdnigourhouselwld explodituN's'bich I this mean i Here I have been chafing you many months before, Hamilton went about I .hia! my fine fellow," ejaculated thelvnxevecl I and but poorly able to pay the ex1 and as those gentlemen 13'e. applied for a

t 118'lIgr.lJt.t nil events, I all over the house, without! being able eatehv the settlement of his business aff.: ir-, while I Inspector sharp-set official b\' ; t'avagant rent which the unfeeling owner exj patent, they will, no doubt, amply compensated

H-Lsif'must- iiy un mean not know: what my circumstances u. What comnanv have you just dis niss- I Lizzie devoted herself to perfecting a new the way-"aba I've got you this time!"- j I acted. The property was once her hus. for the outla3'! enterprise, and industry,

iT.forrfw vould insist jKni; a change ind'jrrfklf I II.d :i'' i system of houekeejiiig.Vhcn : I and approaching the countryman, he said- band's, or rather her own, being a gift from with which they have prosecuted their impor-
*' 'hat Mr. home at he "Good evening Let me relieve of her father the day of her wedding.Mr. .- tant discuve -.-IV. O. Delta.
of living, and revive the subject of company ?r' asked Lizzie. I Butg.-ss came night, you on very
(I .tonuthin'T towards ur support.'' II Yes, madam, what! company ?V was surprised at the wonderful change which I that load my friend." Watkins was wealthy when a young man, Immense amounts of this moss may be gathered .

o i :M'J 1r.* Ihrg" s l! ventured to ran in debt I *' lu not speak fco angrily! dear Amra\-.- : had taken place Curing i is iihISCfl('('. l 1:1 I" responded the man uneasily. and was educated for the bar, and no one in this State, and in Florida and Carol-

ilit':!*: !bt li-l not nf.eiij4: ; to reduce the exvNofLis Why are you so impatient! ?r' I)oa't frcold," said his wife,regarding him take this bundle if vou please." seemed more. likely to be successful in hfs na. Would it not be well for some one of

hwttsekerpinp; he never gtive i *. because 1 wih to know what gentleman: with a smile, "you said I might IIU"l'IIIJ wn)." c Thank you." profession. lie and Mr. Rowland were ear- our enterprising citizens to obtain a knowledge -

Mf: ::wife a l lit!:t roecting; ; the true state of his I j j1au; IKVIJ favoring you with; suchl coufidental True-Imt what have you done !C' It'" heavy, isn't i!" said the officer. 13 associates. The latter, a few years before of Messrs.. Du\l's process, and to pain -:

: Lu 'lt'ss matters, but i..t .too upon her acMiting. !1 ; vJMi." I have been making arrangements to let Yaas: which wa.you goin', nabnr ?" the period at which we now find operation an establishment similar to thlr.sin

as u-uil: a liberal amount of fund. I I Hamilton remenibered other occasionsvhi [I half the house to )1 Ir. Smith's} family, who Come along, ni right : Il take care him, had commenced the nefarious. traffic in this: city. The raw moss could be ohtin-
to ciift: Ler jjiivat- ('. I \ 'n, on his coming home unexpectedly, his, will move in next week. They are pleasant i i of this-come on !" ardent spirits-had grown rich-had induced here at a very small cost, and when pre

!.mie soeroed quite happy in her ignorancefifkrliushaiid'e wife! had shown signs embarrassment, and! i people, and as we had! twice, a much, room j Edziickty-;auch obliged. It's tarnal Watkins to drink-made him drunk, and by pared ofconunerce., it would become important article

: cifcumstuict-s, never ';jioUeaaiuflfassisli.j ad icd to this, her piesent' equivocation( u-n-j; as we actually needed, 1 thought it Lest to j heavy, "an' 1'i'e got to get up to the Howard I decrees a drunkard ; and when the poor besotted -

I f : ; to support tlie cstaitib. dt.if'd him violently jealous the appeared ;, take them. Then, again, we shan't! need so Hou-e. I \'ictims unable! to pay his debs, Paddy and the Echo.-Patrick where .'*
lajiiU kt % cuied to devote hereof tu the purfu.'i I to shrink from him in fear, and became. alter- much furniture, and if you IikA you can toll "Come along, continued the officer,knowingly I contracted mostly for rum, but partly by neglecting have you been this hour or more I You must I.

,, : '( :i&'t (Jc-aaure: and tJ procuring i*at 'ly nd l and JI:11<', is she} answered j: pome of what we have to Mr. Smith at a fair ) C we'll see about that ;" and in a few I his professional duties, Le, his former not absent permission."
'* There has been hereto t minutes they! readied thO .I ;" when associate, bis pretented friend, his destroyer Joarselfitlut my "
price. Och
iltiiu's: bsijies.] | :) Uut Mr. IJurgcss IImn'I' : no gentleman see wiI do the like, sir. .
Mr. Hurges neither frowned nor looked the stranger observed that the inspector hud was the first to decry and oppress Well I
: VMWV\, instead uf;improving, grew I me- \ I give an account of yourself you i
., ,' did he afterwards no idea of haling ? him. His horses and oxen were sold by the
tir! aorse. His veuture of" running in debt Xo one r displeased nor over oppose t seem out of breath""Faith

i. i :.iidt: ," re"ulted in running in debt a great Xo one, dear Ammy." his wife's de-igns. Ho soon found his expenses I Halo! way friend Im stoppiu'I sheriff, next his household and kitchen furniture the same I am ; I nil was in such
the reduced that with the units of }his here, the countmnan."It's I were seized, and finally a mortgage was
I vd!, Thus the second year of his niariu'di Mr. linrgeas was on point of demanding : so fear since I camo to Amenky. .
I you .
a i, a ps's-d, lit \ die dark shadows of di apf"ined : to know who w. the owner of t the cap1xvhieh I'! wife's iiidnvtry' add,ld to his own, tile)* were no matter. I've seized tliia, property. I given to I Rowland upon the homestead of the all about it, sir, \\I e.i I get br eath IJ tel agin."

, ;: liopc,and the traces of corroding care j he bad seen on his wife's tnble, and alI, to li\e quite! .itably and happy ; !j' and you can explain: matters at the Cu'tOI drunkard, to secure the rum dealer in the "I heard ye tilling the gintlemen of the

I-CM to ciai.! o the a:j>ectof his brow. which had now niy sterion ly disappeared ; :j and, although he soon became engaged in I I'I | hou,(to.morrow, continued the shrewd In'l payment of a pitiful balance in his favor. wonderful echo, sir, over in the woods fcehint i

. (Vat: dy a friend aid to Uaiuilton hut emotion checked him, and he paced the 'j'I more proGtable business, he never again ur./. slbtc tor This calamity did not check the prodigalcareer I the big hill.!! I thocht by what 3-6 said: uv it, '
I. cd her ia thc folly of I living like "Luke here, friend. : not tew fast ef you of the inebriate. lie still quaffed the l
to that
II indulge
'I J xm: ,ijiriBi'd as your conduct! I Here I iloor in -i1 'nce. I it bate all the hcchoes u ould Ireland,
\.' J*'.' arc making a Uwe; ofyonrwlf while your I Tliir i is (loa much," he mutterr-d at lengthin ; a lady." ple.nse I've paid 1113dootics on that 'ere lot' liquid poison, and still did the heartless dealer i sir, and so it does, by the powers! Well, I

/ ,!", i i- |iii:1hc1idy./! :,| $heisuotto bl&m< I II the bitterness <.f las heart. *' I could en- 0' goods. Jest you look at this, naow f' lud' hold out inducements to prevail upon him just run over to the place you was speaking .
the Truth.In I he drew forth a bit from his vest pocket sink lower into wretchedness and shame.A I
for My Nether taught me paper to
1 i i vou. She woul t gladly do samelhiog ,; dare poverty without uttering a complaint : Uto converse a bit with the wonderful crea-

,( fu" iitir; own >.B| pori if you would permit her, i I: myself; I could endure ZuJthJUt!: \ lhi! !." a case J'rcnt.lhearn. before Jiiflgo I signed by the Collector." few weeks after, he was one morning there So said I Hmo, hillo, hub !' and sure
, 1'10' what is the ?" cried of the II. S. District Court in which 1 Vhv. you scamp, said tho Inspector, wiping found dead in the streat. He had left the the becho said .
ii would be leiur for her and for you. : Whx- Ammv. matter Kane, I enough 'hillo,hillo, hub, younoisy
" liemi-tithri / I and of the bark Conrad the perspiration from his face, this is a grocery hour the preceding night, in rascal!'"
: the! tine saying. ?: rs. Hurgess, in auirni. the captain! two seamen ntlte
J.J' 4 .Itm: fiu.is wane ciii-cluef stall I Xotliiisg-only we are beggars!" answered ; were the opposing parti *, there was an permit; fur Jour" goods \Vliy didn't you show | a state The night was dark, "I thocht that was very quare, and said "

Forj.jiajdiu1QV"! I Hamilton, abruj-tly. I incident in the hearing (,f the: cause which exI that tl1fOJt! I and he probably mIssed his way-fell into a 'hillo ,' again."
I :
3'U,I been unfortunate t !" calmly} cited of filial affection in the Why-in the first place, you didn't ask gutter-found himself. unable to get out-and, Hillo said the .
What do you: mean, demanded Hamilton ii are you I a deep feeling yourself, echo, "you begun :
I hand in the next pl.ice, ef I hatlou1, with ho went to sleep
me ; being stupiSed rum,
3'a ,redfuinj.Eeaa asked his wife, aflcctioaately taking him by I heart of evcr\-cue present, and proved that ( it first"
I J I ,f the moral 113- a I a seen (break my back afore 3'ou'd l have and froze to death. What the divil made .
j that, generally spealiing; young the arm. the early culture ( principles are you \?l" said I.
3'I that bundle clear here for me I in short time foreclosed the
UIcofDn ardent tI'ml.er.tneont. wben left to Yes-the most unfortunate of men I I mother, ;in the habits of her offspring aru never brought up Rowland a e Shut your mouth," said the echo.
. I know f''nl. and the home of the drunkard'swife
't'.wnselrefi, with nolhing but their pleasuresMoTjjj.py am ruined: -we are beggars-1Jut"I lo>t nppn the recipient. I mortgage, "So said I. ve bbtherin scoundrp1 jive .
blowed man
! his nose violently became the or me
Inspector ; legal flesh and
blood liKe
t not let this cast mmlllad called the stand to te.v propry was an thatye
their ciiads are sijtt to forget Dear Ani'ny, you I A was on I
I awl the countryman for a fool, turedI who had destroyed her and reduced isn't I'd hammer till the mother of
cursing ;I '
their liuthauds, and iind'enjoyment in such )OU down. llasiness fiilurcs. fic-qnently happen i thy in the case. lie had been on board the I pnce her ye ye ,
I i down Tine instanter, to resume his | her to beggary and want. le permitted wouldn't know* her '"
"cirtv a* ho might not altogether approve." but they ought never to destroy dome baik Conrad!, while at Pernambaco, and was I &trfe I. irapediat son.
lonely I round. remain the premises, exacting an exI -
t" to on And what do
I"T j think the hech said to
I' Sir', >ou do not Lnow my wife," exc 1 aun. j tic !hpp\esJOi. Come, how bad off aie we present during the controver)' between the ye
: i Tho. his parcel in charge of rate ofrent. Mental anguish, ex- "
, *d Hamilton. thank heaven is. not Arc !!' and The shaggy stranger put I travagant that, sir? Scamper ye baste of a Paddy,
" she, we reully beggars { captain! crew. : appearance nourishment .
I of ,
the servant, and a ghastly grin, ns labor, want proper '
. gainncd 'o said he
cess or ifl catch I'll break
, of taho) broiled character of his you
llJfO lha t' My creditors will! c\'erJt.htng, an. of, his head, and the her fait
j overzealous watchman and had well nigh worn out, : "
the departed.Young ,
bone in
An' it hit
s, "I :1'Ope; not" was the quiet TC'rJ.f.laoug swered Hamilton gloomily.j Ii I face and neck, from exposure to a s'uthe" and exposure she fast sinking into the grave, every Jour ugly body
, \\ Hamilton Burgess had not a j They will! not take us from each other," i sun, at firtt fright would scorn to indicate America.Father," exclaimed the where the weary. are at rest. No one had : my head wit a stone brains, sir, that was nig1

UU"U.t1re, t,1Id'ouU J never have onrerunjttst -: said Luzie. carelessness and neglect ; but underneath the seemed for i knocking poor out uv me. .\
i... \iln % H4nci()Hs of his wife, these I Mr. Burgess lookt-d at Ins young wife with long and matted hair the! fire of intelligence I I hopeful son and heir a enteman of our ac- been her-in near fact her it; was no one not known to even care to her I run as fast as ivcr I could ; and praised b all '
), w"rdHfUilfriend, of small and restless (rjuaintancc, on Friday whie the the saints, I am here to tell you uv it, .
ga him to t1ilkiu,Jff. |lie i I a bitter smile.j I j from a pair that she was sick.
Ilamc I the his smartne nearest neighbors I
congratulating youth
n-n.en.hertdtliatLiuie.was' always happy, j Are you each a deceiver ?r' he mutteredthrough } ; ( could not bo mistaken. The I was in his! scholastic studies-upon the 3oungterhaving Mr. Rowland felt anxious only for his rent, IVa/i in a Rajfle.-A correspondent of the
hOWever e tm.l\VmnjBsed, with : his teth.U Can talk thus when 1 counsel for the captain, from the extreme '! f
cares ; you t I attained eight of -father, there being at that time a small sum due.- Louisville Journal tells! a pretty good story ofa
. :md now he woa4rj how it that fhe \' have dismissed i .1 lover ?" of the lad, doubled whether he understood years age
vas you just a ( youth American, aint I wJ And perhaps it is owing to that circumstance negro raffle which came off somewhere in _
c could, Le so onnaudfalof ever.J*,thing exceptel ":ir !" 'IitdJr Ibirgcss, *a glow of in- the obligation of the oath he was about I I"an "responded the de.i that he so readily consented to accompanythe Mississippi. The owner a black boy named '
I Yes boy, arc,
.!. lca"urf', n J hiJ l' L C11' fO cOl: 'hntlJ IlIura" : dignstion lighting her fair face. What do 1, to take, and with a view to test his knowledge ny you little girl to the room of her sick mother. Bill put him up to be rattled for. A bystan. ..

The consillPlitIr.. Hamilton UurgessU'ldouhiedly j you mean V | asked leave tr interrogate him. This i Ili.htp. parent, ftither, you aint, are you ?l" He drew on his overcoat, tied a woollen comforter der bought a chance and gave it to the ne-

*"t forgot ikat he had taken the utjn I Don't deny what I say" replied Hamil- j was granted, and the following colloquy took "Not by biith, mv-. son.VelI ." round his neck, drew on his gloves, gro, who threw highest, won himself and put

!pains to couceU his circumstances from ton *' You were having an interview with place: : \ then," exclaimed Young America, and taken umbrella, sat out through the himself up again at $GOO. His old master '
I \.Itc. hs
t.r gentleman when I came in." Cor:siL.-M3 1 lad, do you understand the! when I to drifting and sleet, and bent his way to threw high, but Bill tied him, and in throwing
It in thoughtful manner, grow up
V.p V."I was in Ms fite( or mind that Mr. Bur.t I Lizzie trembled with indignation. obligation of an oath ?j" a I will be able to lick like the widow's uncomfortable home. off! Bill_ lost, and went home quite contented -
i I be a man, tw youwon't I . .
one day left bill business home the table. Boy.Yes nr, I do. -- T L L.1 .L
an-J went I saw his cap on : He found her lying on a nuseraoie ueu 01. with $590 in his pocket. The Tribune
I {r'An
lInt'xJI'k'dJIt, : tvas-- at-- -fin" l-mr_. w1'f'n" __U Liz. I Liw.ln !"laughed 5! outright. Come here,' I Cou.\ =ia.-" What. ,is that,obligation. !t" straw, with her head slightly elevated, the copies the story% so we suppose it is all right !

ll"I"!'st Uiuaght! of seeing him, and on ii1i5'I ,hi'i; ;;; leading her husband away. I BOY.-" To speak the truth, ana keep nothing old! Dutchman took of haul- only chair belonging to her house being I The fact that Bill, after winning his freedom,
a job
.. Orelhl"n the! ajijKwl considerably oinbarjnortlid Hamilton followed her, and she went to a'i hid." (C the toa certain river placed under her pillow. She was pale and i put himself up to be raffled for a second timeis
I'l'd across
; Mr. ohvervcrte Hureau unlocked deep drawer, and opening COU.NSUL." Where did you learn thi,my lug coton county disso-1 forcible illustration
fLt Hurgesfi fail to I a he the team about ghastly, and evidently near the hour ot a of the "horrors of ..:
and day stoopped
was tndill her it called her husband's attention to the'COI.tent lad ?t" one rude "
1p. very making apI'trar.c.e lution. Mr. Rowland being seated on a slavery.
of his dinner and
for the eating ,
l j ia the Boy.From fir, replied the noon purpose
HttiR,, room. I !. my 7rr wooden stool, she said, in a feeble but decided a
and .
his horses.Perceiving
On anotl cr ocrawoa Mr. Burgess returned I It was half full of! cap lad, with a look of .pride which showed how giving refreshment rest to of voice- A native of Down East" describing with
"' <'ltllE 1 under feijuilar circumstances, going I I I Hamilton looked at Li/zie in peqlcx, ly. i much he esteemed the early moral principles indications of a spring a little distance "I have sent for sir, to pay me a visit characteristic exaggeration, the remarkc/Io
road he l left his in you
ell t1LbUUtAflt:: that he could not gain admitance. I suppose that You will now declare that committed his: physical and moral existence. his horses and carried his tin pail over to I may estate 1 I know are ready to : tion, said that a few hours after planting cu.
tate. My
: be hot and
:*", bOn delar, however, during WhICh j there fire twenty gentlemen in tho house," How truly has it been said that bread cast the water. It proved cried to a in spring, his I ask what estate I have to bequeath. And I cumber seed, the dirt began to fly, the vines
rd lialnikun old Dutchman out terror to
T" head footsteps hurrying to and fro said Mrs. B u r ei's. upon the waters will return after mnJ da's. tho well ask I was once happ\ came up like a streak, and although he star -'

B.CT' and \\i.i! r'(*ring, Mrs. Burg bs opened I Ito I Lizzie," cried her hu!band, clasping her I This answer caused :thrill to animate son, with a loud for voice lot's: "Haunse sake! Jlacll! trive on This may house you was once that mine : it was ny fa ted off at the top of his speed, the vines overtook 1

idK iud Liushiug[ very red, attempted hands, I am already ashamed of my Euspi.cions. ; I;I the bosoms of the auditory, and every trive on de team, hi&h ther's portion. I had him and covered him-and taking out
d for Hut explain !I i face with satisfaction. TheI von mile nom dish plase! gifmy.wedding and his knife to cut the plaguy things he found .'
,ta jjogue not admitting him before. 'I I I ask your forgiveness. was lighted up I horses and sheep, ,
I. ton,\ was 'vitli you i" demanded Hamil-: this matter to me. I am dying in i erplcxity." j I I lad was instantly admitted to testify.-Phil. orchards: and meadows. 'Twas you that induced a largo cucumber goue to seed in one of his :

Well," replied Lizzie, archly, I made ; Sun. Oz-c Many a young lady who objects to mv voor erring husband to drink. I I: pockets! U., I
With\ me.'" cried confused. j be kissed under the misletoe, has no objections ;-
Lizzie, much those who before him the liquid ..
caps. I was you placed It is the real of and
, "hi, Flax Cotton- to bo kissed under the rose. not \veight worldly
tnajatn1 1 heard whimpering, and I You! and him to take it. Twaa
em Ite OmeLodj'? Just l'assc(1' through that "Certainly' ; that is, I andlargnret. I Handsome specimens of flax cotton,strong A stupid compositor once made an error in poison that took away my horses and cows, selfish considerations that is able to alienate 'I,
pt door and fine silk white as snow, and bright assilver it to "has no you us from our allegiance to virtue and religion.
4' kept my work a secret to you, because you a tho above, rendering so as say, and meadows and orchards, and my own j
(Oh!i. that and although ," have been made at Waterloo, X. Y. kissed under tho It i is the imaginary value which we attach to .'
myself t to being
but destroyed
was nobody Margaret cxtfled I were opposed to mv exciting objection noc.- home. 'Twas you that ruined my ,
1 Mrs. Burgess hastih' you have come near surprising me I A gentleman who has seen tho article, says, paper. my husband, and in the pace. of sublunary things. "

hut Uarnilton tie could ill'concal his \'ution'l more than: once, I have carried on 1113 treasonable 1 in the Rochester Democrat: it is stronger, The above reminds us of a similar error life sent him down to a drunkard's dishonored 4' Have yon seen the new American Coin
did,<1 not intimate his wife that heIct.jd I successful until to. I cheaper, and very much more beautiful than as recorded "in that made t
to ,
,? designs pretty committed by a compositor grave. 'Twas you me a beggar -three pieces making a dollar ',
&I t her of equivocation nor did she'I day." cotton. It is worth at least twice as muchas several In copy! and babes No .
I tho paper years ago. h cast my poor starving upon there is no such coin. .
ter.et w attempt a lull exposition| of the mat- ; Rut, dear Lizzie: how could you !t" cotton of the finest grade'will tile last twiceas after tho following quotation occurred : the charity: of a pitiless world. I have nothing Bet the liquor for the crowd there is." F

. \ .. I can answer that question. 1 saw pret. long; can be produced from plant, "Shoot Folly as ehe flies."-Pop*. but these ragged quilts ; them you Doneshow us the coin." "'

- 'Arda*!I8 Wa aid of this incident after- jty clearly into your business affairs, and pulling, for six cents per pound, a fine as The stupid printer gave it in this wise:- do lef want-yet I have determined to bequeath "Hero it is," (producing two American 't':'

!ton'.; \ for many weeks occupied Hamft knew that we, couldnot live in this bt\lelong. I the! specimen I give you, in six hours. No Tolly rfic lies-Pop. : -you my estate. Here, sir, as my last quarters and a half dollar.) p.

J'i' : % mind. All this time hc was h.1rracsl'd I i So I thought I would disobe3'you. My cousin -I rotting, no a"y lng. Put it through the ma- Shot a will and testament, I do bequeath to you this | 'I'm sold- what'll drink r ,

" : areYf8f ljasiIIP88t, and his brow became i (;Jeorge, the hat manufacturer, seconded I china and out comes perfect You may bachelor that wives who are vial of tears. They are tears that I have you :

,I MexitiTS.kliroudwl' l in gloom as Iii. per. my designs, and privately sent mo cnps to I think this a tough South story, when it this so material and it[ A merry needle-women arelike says the enemy spokenof shed-tears that you have caused. Take No one ever expects to hear anything pointed <;

\ Mr S thickened.t Jast the crisis came! make nearly a year ago." ,- will be seer for the it will and good in the parable: ; they. sew tares while tho this vial ; wear it about your vie person ; and. or forcible from a person lying on a tufa, ;I

j W geR86aw the utter i'npo' ibility of I Hamilton opened his eyes in astonishment. comes into" universal use, as come husband-iucu fcleep. when hereafter you present to flowing bowltothe or lounging in an arm-chair. .' I Ii F Ft

I: 6 continuing his almost profitless trade, : Jsurpiiting, isn't it, But this isn't alL-A eooa too.. i

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(1 of Trecs.I Had: Kontarne. I Mr. Cobb's letter. The Storm on theWe Coast. were. flodr.ing to Ms It.\ndard from
4 t The Vts ana Beauty a
I( r ... Too many people, are cciist .nud I to regard Under the Lead of Naw.l Itf-m, wo had tlf/loruVfln&. t ;; journal.TALLAHASSEE We alluded to this letter last week, butfad refer to the account from the Waknl- hon!. 'fl Ie I)lmrco hu esc3pOO. 'lduea

I trees only as so many sources of physical occasion: to mention it: tie .llhiofl'tleee not read it sr carefully as we have sSice.-p la Times for the particulars. It will be seen -

l convenience look at than with an weeks agn, the circumitanee of Lord Coch- : VVe' confess that it has somewhat puzzlgl us, that Newport and St. Marks both sufferedseverely "*K1M>On-.CJI

,i rye solely to the amount of fire wood or the rano taking his flag:: dip, the V''dletley, .--- being rather more of a riddle ii: its most important and that though the Light House Mobile, Aug. 5-13140 )|
d number of feet of lumber which they will fur. throught the NeeuK pa &';(. We 1 had not ? y%.
S1TURDAY, AUGUST 30 1851. As had a terrible AVir Orleans, .trlll'. .rr / >
: than solve. stood 'hose who were there 2',.
parts we can clearly ,,
add the
to to ; 0 1 .r'
0'A f. '. ni*h. To such (if there he any among our time, however nt the moment, !
'oj reader,) wo commend: the following extract instances th'u'q.1tft.,1. that of r.i Admiral l or Cotton Planters' As we understand it. doctrine! of secession, it if, time of iL The account as given to us by excitement here. Crowds collectedgr t
cil.ticn. .
w : rl If fioru a very charming book called BuralHours. Captain: ftmililIly: !known three foiuthsofa! The First Regular Monthly will very far wrong. Let us consider of it awhile} one who was preset represents the state of i.hi'lg the oHin" of the Spanish : ;{.

V ''.' ,' ." ft i is eaid to b, from the! pen of! century ago as :Mad Montague! of whom we Meeting :Mr. Cobb argues strenuously against the thins as having len alarming beyond d de three or four SpanUh I cofiVe' Lou paper IIJ
be held the Court House in
:>. :1" Miss Cooper, (daughter: of the novelist) and have heard an old officer relate that IIP once at Tallahassee, rim ht of a State to secede at plt'Cl.lIrfs scription. The fourteen or fifteen who werethere military! I have been called out. The ses. 11 6e
ii from the of Mr. Putnam of New carried linc-of-liattlesJiip! thsongh the Needless ou Saturday next. Lit every body attend. S pan'Q
; press (have said there is who had made their minds that they wouldbe Cormil received several letters
k York- rritliw,'icing set but his studding' ; sails/ we repeatedly nobody up from. the

But independently of their market price Two anecdote r of the same crack: -hrained The Great Storm lays any stress upon such a right-except asa swept aWI-. As to the! damage at St. tiered I A met leans, but refused to deliver f"

f" ia dollars and cent, the trees have: ot.her'ul individual we also call to mind, and doubt I. When we went to press last week, the 201 f. technical one, there is no importance: attached Milks, it i is melancholy to contemplate. up to the committee who called! on hirn.I?

ues; they are connected in many: ways with whether they have ever loen in punt hitherto. we mentioned that a storm was raging" whuhthreatened to it. Those who are in favor of the secession Many, who owned little else, had) thei. houses sequcntly he was forced to '
.; the civilizttion of n country t ; they have their Captain Montague's r *hip was lying: at Spit. to b<> very disastrous. It grew to IrRaGIcTCrts
doctrine: contend that a State may and tho contents drifted oil, and they: are ,
importance in an intellectual null a moral: hcad, and he wrote to the Adnin.ltyking bo even more disastrous than we anticipated.Such : I
withdraw from the Union for adequate cause, without homes and almost without 6e
'; :' sense. After the first rule stags of prc' sIn permi-Mon to [proceed to London en urgent an one has not bcvu felt here within now Mobile, Aug. 23 1 1243 f
', a new country-when the shelter! and food pi i vale: affair*. But it was wartime then, and I' of which slip alone is to be the judge ; and I means of sub?istonc?. But the gentlemanwho 11'ew Orleans P. J I.
the of man. Neither that of 1S13 I Aug. 22.-Orra. J Jexists
)have been provided-peo la begin to collect dim ult to obtain leave of absence ; so o that memory being the judg?, there can be no limit or condition suffered the greatest loss was our friend -c netl
: toe conveniences rind 1 of the oiuYtul reply intimated that the Captain whL-h destroyed Port Leon, nor the one of i iI here. An armed force i U 1 11 asures a permsiient : I to her right, without destroying the '1II. T. I'.ircUtt, Kq-, Deputy Collector. er,"
r, .,i home about their dwellings, and then was "only at liberty to proceed where hU i 1S-J7' was 5.) violent and t terrible. It la&t.xl I the office of the Spanish paper, and I eT'r
whole and tr.t of that fight.i It I The dome in which: he l lived carried
1 I essence : ne [ was away -
the farmer gl'lIl'rtll.et1 out a f few trees before barge could; carry him Two days aftc"- from an early hour of the morning on Saturdav Spanish coffee houses. The

his door. This IA i very desirable, but it wards Mad Montague presented himself: at i till near the dawn on Sundav-at first t | would be a great moral wrong' in any State i ito I and scattered along the river hank' for been called out. The Spanish; miituY foe >!u

ia only the first step in the track ; some-thing: the levee of tho First Lord of tin .\1mknlt\ i I wantonly: breakup the Union, end sccessioiiists '!j two miles! up. It took everything of value in New Orleans received Ee\"erlllettt''s ; M

'" more is needed, the preservation of fine trees, and was greeted with' How's thi! fcir- makes farther I rec,4veour instructions !"'-" .\y, from the East t, then about noon, them! to the! committee t'*
ulready standing a progress you ay my Satllr'l such a coarse. But grant the right' !i inc1uring'cn! the clothing of himself and up who called tL
nnj tli s poit: we have not yet reached. Itfrequently I Lord," was the answer, :1IIcll calm in; my day: going found Southward: and ; l HP was then forced to surrender oa II
happens: that the same: .man who barge-there she i.," :Montague pointed I i.i violence: and l long-continued blasts till it j I to a state to secede for cause, of which she is j.+i' family, and we understand that though he of the 6mty-one Americans who had the tecarr.(1(

to- ',.t yesterday\ 1'11it: tc-1 I some half dozen branchless! I to the window which overlooked the courtyard rose to a furious gale, which was about! its I to be the judge, and we are unable' to see but i{ nmy recover something, there! i is not much of fcuted. which names Le had j ia Lh Cc *.

., : eapling* before: his door, will today cut of the Admiralty, and there sure enough that t'.is: v kids the whole question. You cannot I it in a condition to be worth the trnn de. woo.: *cr:

j do mi a noble elm, or oak, only :i few roJs was the Captain's: barge set on wheds! with worst at two o'clock next morning! and; after regulate her judgment.? You cannot It is said that most of the cotton which -

from: his house, an object which! was i.i: itself post-horse5 attached, but the CleW all in their that gradually, abating till: cl.u. light. It i COCKIER Orrrcir
her If she!
chooses there
glide reason. to washed! off will bo reco\'ered-thc turpentine
a hundred-fuld more beautiful than any other [places, with tossed l oar, i.t i true manofwarfrtvle. was ruining nearly all the while: in great tor- 1 say was ,.Charleston, Au'. 21.-IOi2 P. V. I(
i U to secede when there
i is ,
in Lis possession. In very truth, a line tree It m.iy be pre--uned that his, Lordship : rents. Trees of all sorts and sizes were broken cause really none?. also. **eu York, .t u,g. '-0.-The Brother j
near a I house is a much greater embellishment 1 could not :find it ii: his heard to give the Captain I who is to gainsay her decision l She is the I. Those who have enjoyed the sports and than J has arrived from babies with or.a.
) down front their and date,
roots those
o than the thickest coat of paint that could J bo .. a very severe rap on the knuckles.On or; judge. And if her, judgment is i wrong and !I|: pleasures of the seashore at Shell Point, will the}I Uth, inst.and from Kingston to t the l 124 h

put on its walls, or a whole row of woodoncolumns i another: oven -illn, Mad Montague, who that remained: wero rudely stripped of many f nevertheless it mast stand I, else the! right i j i to }hear that of the 400 pa 'enger* ; no specie as fre:"bt 11.'
: i\ot even a vestige
to adorn its front: nay a large shady was known Jar and! wide through; 1''I t mlulh of their limbs and much of their! folbge.Houscs .-*- becomes a nullity. We will pply these remarks I regret falcon I was at Chagres, waiting for'tIle 1 at

tree in a door-yard is much nor desirable and Gospoit, shelled into a bat'bar's shop at were unroofed, some blown down, the of Mr. Cobb. houses and logs which once knew them remains The Ohio arrived on the I Cth, d S4bled. m 71"Northerner ail!

than the molt expensive mahogany and "one of those tesoits of the amphibious. Throwing and others greatly injured, and fences to (position: upon the beach. arrived 1 at Panama orTthe r

J velvet tola in tha! pailor. Unhappily;+ our I II himself ii.to a chair, and thru pulling cut in whole ii generally As we have raid, he denies the right of a CROPS \\'J\TIIER.-'rora every with two :millions of gold and the fM; + ople do not sec things in this light. But I a putol: l and cocking it, hu asked the barbar: or : part, were thrown to the! I 'tutu to secede-at pleasure. But, ho says, quarter :mills to the yth met.The xAuonij!

.. time i is a very essential element, absolutely I, ii he knew him. "To be sure I do-who I.earth. Altogether, the scene.as it r presented+ I on the other hand, 1 admit the right of a tho crops are reported to 1.: very greatlydamaged steamer Union was wrecked m Orm.

inks PIn eu nblc, indeed, in true civilization! and j I doesn't !t" was the reply. "Shave me then," it=(1'1 f here on Sunday Inl'nwg:13 a vast Stale to secede for just cause, to be determined by the gale. Everything lies prostrate tails Bay Judy. 5th. She! had three luncW

the course of years we shall, it i is to bee 1 i said the crack btained se.i'doy, I1I1! l mind chaos: of destruction and of cntacjjkd streets I I and. inextricably tangled. Scarcely\ passengers and four hundred thousand doHsn
learn Anther lessons of this lill'l.- about for if ',I blood I'll by herself.: This surely gives up the! question. all
Loped, I vvhatyou'ie VHU raw and 'arlk planter we have seen counts upon more than its gold- saved.
a Closer observation will reveal to us the beauty frhoot"yon through t the h' :1d." TLe barber If she is t: determine for herself, the j I The Cholera is diappeariibfrornJariai: ;
half of the remain,
The tin roofing of the Curitol torn ofT I, { a crop cotton, admitting -r .
Hill excellence of simplicity quality! as went coolly to work, and performed the! operation was right i is admitted to its full extent, without t! -- .
I'I' accident. Struck a window blown in, much of the class broken of the season to be good. The weather this 1 ron ids Wckull: The,, Etlin.
yet too little valued or understood in this' without flinching or I i limits or conditions. To otherwise would
countiy. And when we have: nude thi. fUf'l i 1 by the! fellow's colic cttd manner, the Captain and several of too: rooms drenched: with: j say I week has been rainy and not very warm, NEWPORT, Aug. 25,12x.
i be to that she shall not act her
ther progress, then w e shall take better care i complimented him thereon, asking; hm? however water-but, the books and: archives were i say upon own I which: is said to }be favorable to the cotton, Terrible Store.

.. of cur tiees.Ve shall: not he satisfied with I'! whether! he did not feel afraid, since lie I little injured. Captain! Bonds'are.. j I sole t'etermination, which would be a contra. though it must lIe otherwise to the corn.t .- Our town !Las been visited br eye oCt t Es
retting out a dozen naked! saplings before our knew that: his brains would have been blown very i.diction to the proposition admitting tho right. i I most terriMe storms that we have

door, because our neighbor on the left elid, fo out, if Us razor had chanced to tlip. "Af- I house was left a complete wreck. TIt' xeiaaoge" j Mr. Cobb, however: says that the exercise i t I j Tl.e tobacco crop of G thln was vei1-night Throughout Friday the \\bd ever blew tIt.nes1.1. -

last years, nor cut down a whole wood within raid," returned! the bailer, "not a bit of it, I : buildings unroofed and badly injury j of this right would he revolution, and the destroyed' : great part of that which was moderately from about S. S..E;. \dih. rccC

:t stone's thiow of our dwelling to pay Sir; for, if I had t unfortunately drawn your ed. Ton Ic\; house, galle end smashed in. .gathered; being in houses that were blown flying over ; title extraordinarily: kigb. 1
for :1 Brussels carpet from the fame piece as I honor's blood, you may depend upon 'it 1 The Livery Stables, the stores on 'rlc Iuml1's "other parties to the compact having a right I J; down, and that wIli'lLlS standing being (G i V. M. large white clouds followedbr b

our neighboi's on the fight i no, we shall not sh.dJ hare cut your throat /" to judge for themselves, and there being I no heavy gusts of wind, warned that
corner, Mr. ii. I Hayward's nv stores, the mangled: beyond recovery. U3 I itota
care :i stiver for mre show: and parade! ii: i common arbiter to d!?d.to+ between them, was comi,,:.
Fhnllluok thebeneralpropnstieband From the H'Mth LccLf Dr. Darling. new stores of Wilker: : Shine, and probably I The turpentine: plantations also suffered
whatever! but
ant :sh'ipe we I each must depend! for the justification of their During the night, and until alontlSJI!!
l utness things, whether Sunset at Sea. others: were unroofed.: I The I Hoc btiiHing, I: very severely.f Saturday, tinwind(I continued to How mrdeNaUIy.
the of their the
our neighbors to the.light or the left do or Xt.'uhe'e the equatoii.il: circles the f.jrmerly occupied! for the; FhrLian Cilice, I course upon justice cause, 7-Thc schooner \\Vm. J:. reties reachedSt. At this time the gale seemed torn,
of their and their
earth the broad of the Pa- correctness judgment,
do not. on waters grand pow-
I. crease, and the water
nnro'jf and much rose l
I partly injured. The more rapuilj anti
How easy it would be to improve most cillc./ I now am seated on the! quaitur deck j! er and: ability! to maintain their decision" t Marks soon after the gale I and reports the about 11 P. M. \'eben'it Lad rose aloctlQ

of the farm in the country by a little; atten- i I of our good barque, the Lanerk, bound! hum Market Hou.se prostrated. Many other houses I I Still, according; to his idea, tho citizens of;, loss overboard of her mate, Wm. Swede, a I feet above ordinary spring tide-coveringtia
the woods and impiwing their i inppenrwcc i i New ; shores CaJi omia's sustained damage: ; and! in nearly even
to tiees, lnglatid'bpeaceful! to I i I the seceding State would not be guilty: cf trea- !1 i native of Rhode Idand.: She was off Cat j I town as far as the residence of Mr. OBSOJD,
and adding to their market value :j distant clime's.j store some goods were wet from 1l'lking-in i hla d the! and doing much darn to the
if took her sue the Genera! :: at commencement of the storm, anti ,e goods in tha
at the same time f Thinning woods and not 't j I Ti nearly sunset ; not even a breath cf airflow some of thplI1 badly so. We have: heard of I son they against ;j farther that all the Houses stores and warehouses, and destroying all the
blasting them! cleaning tidy such ground as j jis (Ills our; sails to waft U, on our des'i.ied: ( Government. What a beautiful medley-! I reports Light along wharves! We estimate the damage
no dvYclling-hou.-e.! that was hurt ia our
mark*'! for immediate: tillage : I preserving I[ course \\escemto rest upon the mii:,!!lej seriously I: You may secede you have the right to do it, ;.; the: coast from there: are gone., town a t 12,000 to 13,000 dollars.!

the wood, on the hill tops and rough si.ie j'I point of a grand amphitheatre of polished Class except from the intrusion of the rain, which j I but it is revolution. In oilier words, your el'zraphe I for the Scti-annah. RfpUUicaTL- Some slight damage done hy the wkdb

hills ; encouraging a coppice on this or that j i bounded <>:.!y by the arching heaven I've it seemed no roof could prevent.'e I|I I the steam saw mill of i Bla-
} is net unless I l' to GeoigeS'.Kcgd:
i right one LATEST SEWS: FROM
you power
knoll permitting 1 bushes ar.d young trees to gazed) upon i the towering heights of Andes \" cannot undertake to estimate the loss :':
ut will: the brooks and] watercourses ; and! oft have paused with i wonder the : maintain it against force-for tho General l li COIHIEU OITICE, l ther.At
grow abtg: :: on the storm has caused. All through the country -i iII 11 P. 'I. the wind gradually: veered
; sowing, if need be, a grove on the I thundeiing cataract; of dread Niagara, :\flil- besides innumerable forest :I i Goverrment, through the other parties or Charleston, Aug. 21-10.5 P. :M. S round to the S. W. and the! water rapidly re-

lank of the pool, such as are found on many ; ly sublime ; but i.ever ina course of fifty II prostrating :j i States, htsrirllt to judge also, and if she Yew Orleans, A'.ig.'Zl.-The United I States I ceded. The water, from marks made it dai

of our farms ; paling an elm or two about j rears of vaikd, life, have I beheld! a scene tiets, there has been vast damage. Crops !;'' can maintain her judgment by force, why, steamer Vixen has arrived nt I'ensacola. She i time, was from-1 to 5 feet higher than the t

the spring, with a willow also too vet hang i more beautiful, lovely, and majestic, than that !I of Corn and Cotton aro blown into the utmost 'I' right is quashed and If this is to :! reports that o e whole regiment of Spanish I I gale: of '42, which entirely destrwj'ed old Port
your gone.
the well ; planting one or two chestnuts, or j j presented at this hour! of sunset. confusion, and there will be immense +i Leon.
t' oaks, or Leeches, near the gates or !bars ;- [ The skies are d!.far, ave where the waters loss in ,he the qualification, there is just no right at !J I troops has gone over to the patriots. The i' The bridges across the Wakolla and St.

.j t leaving a few others scattered about every j meet the ciicliitg heaven.8. here is a heft of consequence.FITKTHUIt : all-it l.ecomes a question of might merely. j people J were rising in many quaiters. One I Marks -:ifs have been carried cflf.;

f field to shade the cattle in Summer, as is frequently vri'-ied Lue. 'I 1 he: ban, now low descending, PARTICULARS. Again, we cannot seo_wIt}', taking Mr. I General: one Comodor, one General of Ma- Considerable damage has Icon done to the

done, and setting out others in groups '! frcm the etherial vault! transforms .' sst slovvjly We learn that the storm was more violent Cobb theory as the true one, it would not j rifles, with two hundred soldiers, were killed, turpentine plantations near our town.
or Eiugly, to shade the bouse-how little : ruing clouds t. ai.d
t silvery peail living St.
At Marks the feel ICcTi
I I bo in the of I and wounded during the two water rose ten
treason State -
would be the labor or expense required to ac. :i, gold f ] Ht're.f.iI'Y. paints a view t.'nlllct'J.. ] North and North-west than in tIisicif"Jit.r" | a seceding many engagements I high water mark. No lives lost

e complUh all this : and how desirable wouU i dmlly Sut1! 'ne. Cities are seen, with tovveismajcstii In madden: County, much damage has been II j j to fight: against the General Government, in with Lopez. The American Consul is I Spencer's Store and House carried awl!;

be the result! Assuredly, the (pleasing char. 'i j Hero now appears the Eastern I done. About one out of five of the! tobacco I case of confii t.thnit the right cf the Govi reported to have declined to see the Captaia lost COO; dollars.

ncttr thus given: to a farm aid; a neighbor. I ; with glittering dome, surmounted I I I I General in behalf of the
mosque : by barns has been demolished, and tho cotton i! ernmcut to coerce a State, the citizen of that captured patriots. Hinde's Store and Ilo&Sd carried deist,
hood is far from beneath the consideration of the prophet's or csjcnt, temples, citadels and I j The the Union loss oOCO dollars.
State it to commits Empire City reports stearn
necessarily, seems u!, I
plants broken down and the; soils whipped! I
Sensible and) of L-nciiJ. architecture }
a man. hug
sriics: a ; range sI j All the dwelling house exccrtthe
wrecked the Mexican
But there is also another view of the sub is seen ia the' peri I"1J.ctive. oiT.: Iti Quincy, the Masonic Hall, Mr. Vv'il- treason in opposing with annssucrh: coercion. I! on coast. She i3 a hotel and house occupied bv gone:. Harbour,

ject. A cards indifference i to any good I Lo, on tho light, a lake, a splendid lake of son's and .Mr?c: Burnlev's dwelling and the Treason consists "in levying war againstthe tot:) loss. The passengers, crew, and gold I I both of which are much injured. Rail Road

gift of our gracious Maker, show want: of 1 silver !hu*', the banks and cliffs: surrounding, {Baptist Church and several other buildings United Slates, or in adhering to their en. I are all saved. Captain and passengers are in washed up as far as the Hotel. Warr2f! t
''+:': thankfulness: as abuse or waste betrays || of burnished! gold, here and there the Cherokee.
\ any on wet e blown dow n. Many other buildings w ere emies. Then if the seceding State is not I deep in warehouses; part of the floor* wasi-
n reckless spirit of e\il. It is !indeed strange its circumference appear foliage and trees, I boa. I' free from tile control of the Government, so The steamer Pizarro i ia ashore at BleitoneCOURIER ed up : nearly all the salt lost, andageciileui
I seriously damaged. were "
that one, claiming: to be a rational creature j which mock in beauty, all the toil of t the most : : of damage to bagging ; part of the fioca
In houses blown down that the Government has no right to use fcrceI
should not be thoroughly ashamed of thc spirit : skillful hortScultme. 1 BainbriJge were I of cotton shed gone; and the cotton vvasici

of dthtructivcnc&s, since the principle itself i is I I There, on its I IIJtdJ vvateraglidcs a mimic i and several persons killed. against her, her cii/cns must remain subjectto i out ; wharf entirely gone. 70 bbla..rf:iu 6

clearly: an evil one. Let us remember it is \I skiff, row+,d by the hand of fairirs.: Little islets tho penalties under this clause of the Con. OFFICE-. ) it. ConaiiierjiUe injury done ta the couch

the Supreme Being who i h the creator, and i II exquisitely fair, adorn the pi: turC'. Exciting Cuba News. stitution. If not, the right of the Govern Charleston: Aug. 21-11.15P.M. J press. At old St. Marks, every borers goee,

in how man ways do wo see His gracious I turn my e'eSflil boucle, and there a sph-n- Though the public highways are blockedup : We from oleic Orleans, Aug. 21.-The steamer EmI except one inside of the parapet wails oftbaoulb t
ment amounts to nothing.
can see
providence, His almighty: economy, deig'iig: lid panoama: sprrmatolight; groves, forests, soma littlo news has managed to work ilsway i firo[ City has arrived with Havana dates to -proot: Tart ot the wails of tie old foil
I'' iu wonc. progressive'ienovation: in the Jiuin-- j I field, mountain, hills, and vale, spread out this, how absurd it is to allege the existence :j!

blest objects wheie their old form have become in beautiful proportion, ad ;.fillilum.II through. In another column we giveit of two opposite and conflicting rights;as :Mr, i II the 18th. gone.200 bales cotton washed from tIlt Comma

exhausted by time I ere the f:\(, forms, the leopard, lion eleplnnr as fully as it has cum Cuba is evidently I j! Cobb}, doc.*, and hence judge how extremely : The Spanish troops attacked Lopez near shads at St. Marks.[

There is also something! in the care of tree and animals domestic, with the wing. on the road to independence.; Inevitable Bahia Honda and took fiftyoneprisoners, including I the steanef
I confused his notions the Early on Sunday morning
on subject.There
vhich rises above the common labors of husbandry I'ed songsters of the air. And O great God destiny" will not rest till she has attained it. are Cols. Crittenden and Victor Kew I Spray started for the Light House and Jan**
and speaks of a mi.id. ,Vet what! is one thing in the letter which we
lof nature shall! describe!
generous what
poet Lopez is fighting! : his way on, and though he i who were carried to IIl'ncnod brutally {blind. She went as far as the Light Hou
expect to wear the fleece from flock to imitate like.! lIe if Governor he should
cur painter the gorgo.ius coloring, the says being .! but tot&
lost her she could
having small boat
has lost nobl) CrittetiJen and rr.urdered. Somo hundred ,
driiik the milk; of our herds to feed the somo spirits- two Spaniards
hues the I
upon azure golden tints, of this grandspectacle :j be called on for troops to aid the Government : land. Two board theja
fruits of our fk-Kh ; but in planting a others-and though this whole country will wore killed l during the two engagements.Lopez .- persons on say
youfgwood I only only approached
i.i putting down a seceding State, he would .I a man standing on the walis of the break ws-
I n: preserving a fine grove, a noble tree, thy great hand divine I But now the shining mourn their! loss, it will! }be gain; to him.- was victorious in both battles, and ter, white handkerchief" On account '
look ourselves submit the matter to the sovereign people! before :I waving a
we fccyoi.-l; to the band of King of day has qui-nchtd his fi'fIJcams fairin 't .
ftiend I : e up : go to revenge proceeded on. of the heavy sea and wind, the strawer
liousc-hcM! *, to our neighbors-ave, to his western bod of waters. This lovelvj acting. That is very wdl.Y c commend
their murder.) blain in was forced to return without proceed l.g
t'uc passim wayfarer and} stranger, who will! j scene ii fading from tho view. Tower altertower Had they been I the idea. It shows he has some littlo the Island.!
Share with us the pleasure they give, an'l it I has vanished! the charming fields open battle it would have excited high amongour I COURIER OFFICE, ) She started again this mornin
arc respect for State sovereignty left. Charleston :;l-11.251. ,. ] and we wait with much solitude her retan-
., becomes a grateful reflection that long after disappearing, and night, in her sable lobe, again people the thirst for retaliation, but having Aug. On Shell Point liar tea

rte are gone, those trees will continue a good resumes I her solitary reign. -So fade all been slain as felons, vagabonds, outlaws RAIMOAU Sc TIIDUXt.S.'W learn that The United States steamer Vixen arrivedat done to the much damage

c to our than fellow-creatures tell" for more years per sublunary, scenes, there's nothing permanentbut unworthy to be heard or tried, there will go the Railroad, which was washed up from the Pensacola on the 20th in four days from We feel much crops.anxiety to hear from tie 6j'
Laps {
we can &ca\'cn.
through the land such a cry for revenge, suchan Wharf to Holt's Hotel, will be rebuilt l by 1 Havana. Lopez made a stand on his march, eries on the Ock1ockneIr. .

I The Mail of Alfifiis.-A recent traveller The Ueo> of Fruit. appeal for the honor American blood, to.night.r c were glad to Lear that tho ,i and.had two engagements, in both of which Y ongman's house, at oln Port Leon,

describes the "Maid of Athens," immortalized Instead ofttanding: in any fear of a gene as will not be silenced or staved short! of the I damage to the Company was not sc great as he was successful. The Spanish troops lost was destroyed. seriocslj
in B.'rn's'er c as still retaining no rous consumption of ripe fruits, I 'I'I The gale, we fear,has been more .
we regard officers and three hundred The
of those crud from !, at first supposed. Tho Ware-houses were eighty men. the interior '
inconsiderable! share of beauty, which. ia the: them as positively conducive to health. The! expulsion Spanish 1 Tyrants I felt ou tho coast westward of us. In

more remarkable in a country where good very maladies: commonly assumed to have that beautiful isle. We regard Cuban: fice-1 j very little injured. Five or six hundred dollars I I dead and wounded were carried to Havana so far as we have heard frocatli8 crof

]looks vanish, and arrives so speedily.Indeed .- will the whole loss Wharf and all. Ir r and buried with on Friday last. Lo have been .
age their origin in a free use of apples: peaches, dom as now almost attained. It may lead :: : repair pomp seriously injured.ADDITIONAL

411,- good looks at all are rare among the cherries melons nncl wild l berries, have: been to national quarrels, to national wars, and i'I The damage to goods in store i3 said to be I pez's force is gaining from twelve to fourteen -
continental Greek women ; the! celebrated! quite as prevalent! if not detliiictive j i hundred On the PARTICULAH3.
of the
equally probably to war between this and not more than a thousand or twelve hundred men daily. night 14th,
beauties being islanders and do. country andth"to
j chiefly IJJ iu seasons of scarcity. There are KO many The keeper of the Light House
4 tes." She married an Englishman, and bears erroneous notions: entertained of the bad effects several European powers, but the result must dollars.It over one hundred left Havana to join the in itors, there are all sife. Part took t thneiS

tho unpoetical name of Mrs. mack fc>ie of fiuit that it is quite lime a counteracting necessarily bs the triumph American print ia painful to record the losses of Mr. vaders. Fifty-eight Cuban deserters were ta- luge in a house built on a high bill 3-*;of h

was attired in her coqaettUh native costume impression: should! 'be promulgated, having ciples. Tyranny has no light to a foothold I Spencer and Dr. Hines, whose stores were ken. On the morning of the ICth, preparations mile from the Light !House, and the 0
con8il ting of a red fez profusely ornamented its foundation in I for their went into the Light HOR e. They were
common sense an J! basedon so near our shores. All will smile near by. Their houses with all contents were wero making execution. A
with gold embroidery, placed on one tho common; ob3eh! vat on of the intelligent.! brought up to St. Marks on Monday b'r'ts'
Colonel aid the Governor
swept oiT.: They are recovering some goods, Spanish to was
the effort .
to it down. See
t cidd of the Lead a long flowing silk upon pat alreadyhow I Most
; petticoat i \Vc kayo no patience in reading rules to be t Kennedy, ,in the! Pilot Boat. ij
t and a close dark .velvet jacket. She i observed iii this parliculardepaitmer.tof 1'1.). onr! people; arc shouting "God speed" to but damaged of course. shot. lamps in the Light House are broken, ad

h sail to be of rather' retiring disposition, :. pleat I comlort.0 one, wo 111:1gll1t.'r" the patriots. Since this last news there is Uz In addition to the news we give from I One French man-of-war and the U. States the oil lost. It will probably be some ti'ft'

io e and not at nil disposed to vaunt herself as li\'tllo::;er, or hoer I from the paroxjisrns of scarcely a dissenting voice. In Savannah, I Cuba, it is rumored from Macon that Moro I ship Albany were at Havana when tho Vixen before the lights can be shown aga n. f"cts.
tho object of Byron's transient admiration disease, l IIJ uil cl.nJiI1gthe delicious fruits of left. The destruction on the Turpentine: Il j
Mobile and! New Oi leans everybody raises a Castle at Havana i is in the hands of the pat had at lug
the land in which he f finds a home. On thecotrary tions is much greater than we
Practical Astronomy. they arc to the hurrah for Lopez, and hopes to sec him % ictoiious. riots There is nothing definite on the subject supposed. At least one third: -some saj .a
A schoolmaster out We&t has invited a ingenious necessaiy preservation I Prc.\ r"r. OFFICE, l
planetarium : of health, and arc therefore. caused to We expect to hear soon of thousands but it 13 said that it was taken through New Oi leans, Aug. 21-12 M. half, of the trees have been blown down.v. iker'"

"It consists of the gills and boys of MsechooL make their appearance at tho very time when] of our gallant young men,flying to his I I the instrumentality of a Regiment of Spanish The has arrived. had It is said that the water at II. H. > hi..j.-et
Empire City feet
l Tlie largest and laziest boy, for inttnr.cc the con :'ition of the body operated upon by aid, and flacking] around the standard of Cuban i soldiers, who were put within it to guard Fishery, on Shell Point, was 0

was made! to take a position in the ecu- deter ioaf ing causes not always understood, Ji1JCI t).. May their high hopes be realized :against the disaffection m .IIi rest among them. two battles and came off victorious in both, than in the gale of'43. tee sun nand

t tro of the room to represent t'e sun, rounds requires their grateful, renovating influences. and another of GO 'g fair -'---- I His force killed several hundred Spanish As far as we can hear from rlt Llo ra
t ,
garden spots'redeemed ROADS AND MAILS.-We have had but one One entire ing country, the eorn and cotton !
.: whom was marked: upon tho floor, tho orbits The TJrK.'c. A troops. Spanish regiment joined 11.I.
Editor, is any from its darkness and to a small this down and the fences are lying" nP
given m:1il-\'er.r one- week, in consequence ,
: of ths different phncts. A small red headed General Lopez. In one of the
i that he had
flouncing seen a "Bloomer, and civilization of the engagements,
says freer better impassability of the roads. In ground. siltCaptain [
boy male to Mars while I Il'
was : n *
represent sho "looked remarkably well, as far as he direction they are covered with fifty Americans, while making a flank move- N. W. Walker, on dlefe
l 1 :\ ,, bright eyoi .girl, a little larger, represented could see." The impudence of some of the PROVIDENTIAL. is every over in boats lost all his oat-houses Pvkions :0-
,, t Venus ; another! that of Earth, Fc., and each is somewhat remarkable fallen timber, and the one from Quincy, which I ment were captured and taken to of the Wnkulla,

I # was placed: in its proper orbit When nil was editorial fraternity past comprehension that no lives of person were lost hero or brings tho chief mail, has lost the bridge over 1 Havana on that same day. The soldiers committed ; Ac.; tobacco crop r.juret.'ct. tfeci.a 3

t :" ready tho master would give nil the boys and A lady a few evenings ago, upon taking up in the adjoining country, so far as we haveheard Little River. Tho bridge over the Oclocknec horrillo brutalities on the bodies ol f The steamer Spray the persons Abe
Shelly Novel) "Tho Last Man threw is still standing, but much damaged.As from James Ulani 1 i, bringing 011
f lick head and tho it '
whole I done
girls a a I'I:1net.:1Ii.tJm dui ing the late storm. The only calamities 0other those who were executed. Among them were Island. No damage
down suddenly, exclaiming, The last our mails can como no way a were on
in motion! giving tho scholar tolerable very
was a to lifo wero tho Killing of cattlo and Crittenden, James Kerr and Bryce and almost Island the water did "ot.r reachay.
made the
t 4 good idea of the solar system thus com. man Bless me if such a thing ever were pony purse was up for Mr. Fillmore, -

'. a .j biDing amusements with the ttuJy of an intricate to happen, what would become of the woo horses, of which several have been reportedto who started to Quincy yesterday to bring all artillery. Five hundred Creoles have houses ; Reports a schooner Ai ashore ut110 ,

- 4 t. c and difficult science." incur us* I it thrr.ugh. left Havana to join Lopez, >and the Creoles Cape.Wakutta Time,




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of Hearing Th Art of Flying.- V French journal I A Chspier on 3rt.'forr.e.-OnFridy afternoon Pleasant Things. Versatilty of Genius. BAEBECTJE.A .

Ssrd Ins a letter fionis MauriJ piving en account I : some it-leaned person set fire to It is pleaant.to see an innocent child just The following curious advertisement, it h Earlecne wfll be gi,cn by tto Sotitherd

LO' 1A courte eanp. o"a: successful cxpejiment with a now ;ippirtas Mr. John M. Young's wheat, ii the field, thus buddng Into life-just beginning to !ip the said, lately appeared in an English newspaper. Rights Asscciation of CcntreTiUe! tear tto Centiville

Tallinn once M'Nlown eut"j :; lor f living. The flyer wt3 a Miss Juaiata cauririj: ; a loss of tiny .lolars. In the evening, words outs mother's tong_ With no care Its wind up is capital: > School House, oa the Third Saturday in Sep-

4a1 O vau that'ificbnt of heannp, but, iVioi, wirn. thorgh nttcr fat :uul corpu- ou ('nj-ital Hill, tit lightning stiuck the lampptict upon its brow, free from art and guile, without "Wanted by a young lady, aged 19, of tetnler, to which the pubbc generally are mritei Anusiber

r'liJ be tbn !iaiited iii bit: mo\ed through ihe tir, 1 by the ln-lp of to wlu-h Ids horse vas fastened, and deceit, it but lisps Use feelings of conscious pleasing countenance, good figure, agreeable of gentlemen horn this and the adjoining

VS nore C1U' } iviugs, eafeily: r.ml wpiiJly. She was. advetis-: sinashe-J the glass! in the lamp. The aiiimaljukcJ flflOcence. manners, general information, and variocs accomplishments Counties may be expected to address the Meeting.

forIO'.- :s the tfcwiv.in icicles of March ed to fly a distance of r.bove 1CK: ) fret, rising Ii' rse itnd ran nfl, bat was soon recovered. It is pi asaiit to see a beautiful maiden intently who bas studied every thing, August 23, 151.

$t'3r..r':$ ..iht 1jhtehiTg M the air above GOO, bat exceeded the A short time afterwards the fluid penetrated engagtd in the nurture of some fair from the creation to a crotchet, a situation in

It SK.wercd thunder,aJVT;? progamme l bi.tj; ii: htigbUi cul; distance. No his dwelling house ; leaping down the flowers, tiainir.g some delicate vine, or binding the family of a gentleman. She will take Rates of Storage at St. Marks.

jrj t f the \\ings i iigiven. chinsney, and dating into the sscond story, ; up some fragile stock broken by the ruthless the bead of the table, manage his household, COTTON, per bale.12ja

rat'hn t t'v inlcnded mother. ; They have spread of fifteen foot, are scattered the nintlepiece and clock, and tore wind ; for shikt her thoughts are resting scold his servants, nurse his babies [when CORN and other Grain,,per barrel bushel., .bulk. ....4c ISJo

& o'J' ua (this of a4.ing the old fastened by ligaments of great flexibility, md away the woodwork of a clos< t in its escape. on their wtlfare, sorrow autl trouble are they arrive,] check his tradesman's, accompany SALT, per sack,. .per... .... .....12aBtARD

the ": a1." Jounthan arranged EO is to move \\lth great rapidity ; On Saturday night, uhile saving pioperty banished from ber Iieart. him to the theatre or in walking or A! DENHAiLSt.

ui3ns 1i'', jSjOT marry the ()iI lflflL) next tiny) maLc: a J.oisc !like a \\iml mill. Tl.e as- from the dtluge at the canal, a bug stung him It is pleasant to see a young man just commcnciug riding, cut the leaves of his new books, sew Marks, August 23, 1551. S3 3m ::1

pop it".i to nd by tht dwu nf toiu hment t-f Mailiid! at EO novel a phenomenon severely on the hand, and, n consequence, Leis bmxiness lire," buoyant with hope, on his bu'tons, warm his slippers, and generally Tallahassee Cotton Warehouse.

r. %jf.t ps4 was. found in hs ia dfrsciibnl ns immcnpc. obliged to carry it 1:1 a fling ; and on Wednesday his thoughts filb-d with bright anticipations nf nuke his miserable life happy. Apyly, HE tm.1et'ine4 i torecfireoaJL
d ItVolJ! man ( A Mr. Thomas DnnilSo at Pans r.lso the match the future in time first letter to Louisa Caroline w now pvparrd
r.nnounces but place
0eT !W I"8- J c4UtLflt1 ? night an incendiaiy applied -quietly steadily pursuing Ly STORAOK the Co'i nf tie P/an/T.r forward
Lirn '." i'eei c-ilv?'2 be morning, and cued; ti* : t be has i.vej.tci: ; a complete r.p- to his sninll frame house in the rear of the some honorable calling, Jmir.g for his motto, ,' Linden Grove, and afterwards to papa ing to thw market The butldinsr i is fre-j.roftf and

f.oLn ,cs bcd El bis pigj aud rczclvcd lVd paratus for flying, and that bo proposes to National Hotel.1 1 : Truly, misfortunes never .4/! labor is noble and boly." upon the premises.N. immediately opposite tho Vnicn Bank near the Market

n1d' ft.et11g exiiibit; it at the Champ do Mars in the come as single spies; hut aluays ia battal It is j fleasanttn seethe man of business, 1J. The wedding finger is size Xo. 4 Hotwc. Ths/re u now. also in connection with 1

1i21 fj: :u1.Ecre etajwd. courte of the present month, w Len be will fly -fl'iis/iinglozz! Republic. when worn by toil and labor of the lay, to [smn.illj] the above, in conrws of rrecti, irvn-prof 5A i* for
tJ nwmwt ?? __ the storage of Cotton,fJl under the immediate control
a U U from the Military Si-hocl to Challiet. He retire to bis own quiet home, and. in the bosom cf the subscriber, who will receipt f.-r such. Cot
made Ks coluli jn. ce will be his of Hamilto'i, of the Marys! >ul!* Tribune, was of hu his and czr I recollect," says Mr. Crocker, in and Ao/J ,
: ..1onatn'St aceemjiani- by two sons, one family, forget care ton as may tie wut to him. /.im'frsp..s-
goad rnT' ls 1cud ndrcer:2)J twenty-one and the other cf seventeen years. traveling in the cars the other day, from anxi etv. bis Researches in the South of Ireland, once title fur t\f dtlivcry of the Cotton in. iJie taint ordtf
tn '
t ht now he *rat '] he preparation ofthieo pets of \\5ngs has BrlL'fo'itah'e: : to Kenton, when he fell in with It i is pleasant to have friends when fortune trying to convince a peasant that bo might, in vftith it in reef iff J.
he gVC With tO fi pCiV'3t1 | The inventor a decided character. lie was tolerably drunk. frowns anti clear when the witluery little trrmlb,improve the state of bis The subscriber H aUf prepared, an PMie Cotton '
the exhibition untilnow. conscience
d delayed a
ti thttt lv sUe cabin Wtirfhsr, to weigh with correctness an I f!iespatoh all
car Let Hamilton; tell the rest. by building a shed for his pig, and
fl. ak te oW has tried bis anpatns: ptivslely, with woilJ scoll and deridjs us. Cottons delivered within the ccrforate has of Tal-
.Fiae trpe' R tfl the He said 1m lived in Uibana, that the ?Ietht'Uts It is life when banish bin: from the chimney corner ; but ha all tiroes bv found at his oil
; Iit4t1f bow. C. mj; let6 fuccoss, ba-.i.j: flown across pL-asant) in the decline of taAtss'e. anti may at
t.n1," Ri hC L1G 1)( Seine with i at 1 o'chxk in the rooming.His .- had a great rcxivsl tin-re a year or moreno oil age crops;; on, tn gather about us the coolly answered : Sure, then, and who has a Cotton Yard re..dv and wilJin to accommodate nlL
heit never wor : and that than hundred better right to b in it ? Isn't he the of CHARLES A. 'ASH
t1r'> cotaalriil more a were conveitid ? man
wings have a spread o115 feet, end by family circle, and an evening in recounting
the od! "** thus pass the house and Tallaliaoec, 23, 18G1. S3 6m
." nJdJ"-* that lie had been converted some years the isn't it ho that will pay the Augnit
and down that have
tlir the scenes to
btlp flyer crm move up gone ; ;participatein
in I to cut? your Church. *1Ve asked riatrOrn
feilf 1 :iy, old maa, in the vu with ull facility of a swallow: Mitn- before, and had j-tined; ths j I each othi-i's joys and to aie\hte! each oth Piano for Sale.

SoiMi i Yea mint to borrow my }bid- niing along near the gsound or mounting upright him if" he said stih he belonged." turned ont* for er's borrows ; to join in the family in the Lo-.s.-According to the London FIRST-RATE .econd-hand PIANO, for sale low.
"No A
.- they .', and meet at the table. This Is
but ta the Ely at b's jleasitre.Herts FOH; family Apply at thw Office.
itf Jonallwn. woild I'd Weekly Dispatch, England annually
the if
in exports
I XVln< ; X-ui yvj the most frivolous thing ; one of the jjreen spots in declining age. It| August 1C, 1S&1. S2 tfT
r rn has wi>." it .A gone ff&o u ill. Shoeing. o* hnott-od they'd a* turned; me out for such a makes all better. The aged mother forgets cotton goods to the value of 27 millions of

t; .un 'Pui'i, his n.outh. clo I'*e to the The shoes of the borw fcbould be of equal lit'.le thing as that, I'd never joined." her cares ; the old man is young again. It is'! pounds-10 mil ions worth woolen! good!?, 4} A Card.

,aI" ea', Eacifl; I ( nftztig of tlichncEs tiirougbout, wisb a fkt ground tur- :'Said we, what did you do i'' pleasant; 'tis more, 'tis Heaven. millions worth of linen, 10 millions worth ot HE exerci e of MUs Surra's SCHOOL will lj.
bUUd1 pounds raoM ] bet horse outran re-umed on Wednesday, 10th Septcniber.Auu4t .
-' I'e e facas; those \\ith! high heels which aainineniihs O, nothing-only my
metal, and 13J millions worth of other goods. 16. K-51. 32 4t
make iu imitation of their own are another fvlo.v's! I won the money, and then The Charts cf life.!

an.-5' as if ?retv m-luiomig in awiof surprincYou Ad turned out for that !" afflict and sadJen but oh bow that the wool' do the
hUnJ' J to be reiscd is lowered and nature's pl.'iii: re- they me many Why we not secure profits
hnndred and 4f L brebgiven.. that R> >kf Sn1>?cTip-
__- tinp't five i vef-'d, which olevati'S the point in order toavoil of recent storm in are beautiful and good. The world tetms of the manufjicturc I -1 t. tion fi-r tht- Capital Sri'ck of the Len and Gaddcn *-
fv Jonnihan, Wliy it U more than nile I ob truelit'n?. 'i be web .h uM be wi lenrtd In the (de&cipli':* tse with beauty-with objects which gladden the I Plank R. ad Conipaar wilJ be opened on Satcr-

D" b usJonathr.ii.'t ofti.e eumel\ \\ tiron n'ut, instead of Fayctte Coutity, I'ei.n.: we find rather a eye and warm the beam We n.ight be hap !riNr3crTo ItcmarcG.-Tl1o Emperor day the SOtii instant at the offic" of F. II. Flag in
tV ..dim. despair, of Russia has tleciued that a monument shall Taihthnee, undrr the cf R. K. Call.D. .
( !vet being pinched iu Lucau-.e the fcinit'i likes to tough story cia family who cscapt-d dtsiruc- py i if t we wouM.! There ate ills which we { stip.rir.tenIt'ice
the l old man'5 car, be erected at the capital of Kamschatka, in P. Hocue. D. Wilson, Flasp?. and at the f.fice of
We montU to Istt-ls. Thiis cannot the of disease and '
nd pnttin? j see the thse well M.-t 41t1.at the tiOU.Ve copy the! paragraph : escape- approach honor of the celebrated traveller P. W. White, in Quincv, und*-r the superin'cn Jence of ';
fcdrtimt)-''i l 'e S<'Uf''d; both unphilosojhicnl; and cittiimcntal : it CrosM? two field and a small raiine, the death, of misfortune, sundering of earthly j Dehring, C. H. DaPont, A. H Lather, 15. Baler, and L R. Ilarrii. -
.Tunat'hvri. flnd its g I who discovered in 171: the straits to which
Old Mu -" ) l'ave J' dect-ive? the eye of man and i:4Jut: <*s the foot storm next encounteied the ftame barn and tics, and tbe canker worm of grief' but a va't I .

two-it cold I vet bad ii: my JUe. SouTtobeBartaodawariiuiK0 uf the borfae. The outer i-dge of the foot i I dwelling of James Stewart. The latter was majority of the euls wh! i-jh beset us might be be gave bid name. C.E. II.BAKER.L DUPONT. ,

hv.3tithiii' rests on the irnr edge of tbe sho<-, and the 1 a two story log building with tone bas-emcnt. I avoided. Tbe cum Fe of intemperance, iiiter- ( r"I A-el as if I should fly,"..13 the snipe R. HARRIS,

ViMs time! the old ) %dY(12U? tip,lack ana s' 1! f. n: it intj width: of tfie web projects beyond i loused! bv an unusual roaiing ia the air, )lr. I woven as it is with the ligaments of society, said on see-in*; a sr>orismn.n approaching.HAERIED. August 16, 131. 82 C&mniiioner,..

r observed : : un lunate screamed e the bon'Tso; that the master who thinks Ins j Stewart stepped to bis door, and >y the glare is one which never strikes: but to destroy. -

r.lier m-atli to 0 oil man's car, horse lias a good open foot, only has to he i of the lightnit.g lie s.atIiris of trees and all These is not ooe l bright pnge upon the record -! Notice.
1a. : of its sbicll it Tri Monticflln! inst.. the weeks after the nr;t publication of this no
jke proud if, a had shoe, which both COTJreals and tbrouirb progrcs?--nothing to : on Thuisday 215t by FOUR
j sorts of lubbiali rnsrl ing reeling
don ur.der. I will to the Hon. of Probate of
'4 Daddy, 1 say, Dadiy-ynn deformities underneath,and I invites with from the heartiest execrealions of the human i irace. fle:. .1. W. Parharn, WILX.IAM O GERARDEAU, apoly Ju-lge
seized child!
the nir. In an in: taut he a I Jefferson County for an or J.r or decree to wll th he Wnts t* marry our daughter | and do its It should not exUt it must not.- F'" and Mrs. II LOCMA Winx Loth of that
1id, open anus a had road to come i \\ifo another, and they tubbed to the b.iseii.ent. : _r., Real E-state. belni in? to th.' estate of T. J.
03J Man.-4* 1 tuld Uiia our culi iialterxrasf" u-orfci. Th hffls arc made hate jet wberv Thereas Lul one b.ifct! fbi a cra.-h! j Do away with ill ti.is-k-t wars: come to an j r Inr Heir, decease- to wit: Lot No. thirty one. (31.) saving
the: imtcuhr joint is most exposed! ; and: if j jthnl and his house !tn one minute end, bt friendship! charity! hue, purity, and : --- --- ------------- --- an J excepting twenty feet front an1 1 thirty foot
iU) Lady.-" ?% Daddy, you don't utv be i'illamed' wliat must tli- agony he WHS gone. kiruluebs make the intercourse between man C3 WE ere authr.rizPtl to announce EDWARD deep, in the N. W. comer cf sal 1 Lot. together with
He lit candlo
there a ; ,
\\as a perfect the and thereon situatauJ
improvements cr'nres lyingAugusts
go1d-e'b iidt. and '*' the woilJ M. WEST, Ei-q, as a caiidiJute for County Snn'eyf
(1 ran.-\Ve selfish
crnd1 e when the uapiolceted foot treads on n sharp iitur'! are too ;:s>
ami there was not breeze enough to being in the town ofM.'nticr-IIo.
Old :hILlk'* got a rold and itch.ehrSoisyinp the it:en.d flint 'Hie, h'HBe falls suddenly lame, or it ii: the open :iilie proceeded to search was made for us alone. How much happier at the election in October next.Aujj.. 23.1SG1.VT W. S. DILWORTH.

\Vliaf s ht'doiag here wItI' the as if he had been t.hot-phrases in would wo be were we to labor more earnestly antLwLied to COUNCIL Admr. cf T. J. Heir deceased.
drops: ; f.>r two other clildrcnvbic.li were sleeping on : r' me announce
the old man si'ned a ! : :; much too common uw to requre exj-lanation; the first flftor-over the bed which \\a cribbed ; to promota g B. ALLEN, rq], as a canelflatc for the office cf TaxAsscsfor -

: had! ilh *ii* waWug cane Nor ljtit did i baprilv tw! and entail is the ;j.ityvhiili the c-ufitiing animal to the fl.nir; he fnuiul, a wooden ;partition, blessed us with a home wl.ich U not at t.Il nn'l C<.!!tcfcr for Leon County at tlie elcc- SummerClothingatreducecjpriceg.OWING .
Jonathan ho du! Red: it. dark. Tnere is sunshine everywhere the
for : with meets wita: from man, who, having first and on the top of that several large logs.- i tin in October nest. Anguit 9, 1851. to the adrnnced state of the season. I will
old nun's rf ? at this, bet angry vietia.'s fet-r ahtisesr shy! the earth-tberc would be ii: most
ngo destroyed the use of liis Cradling beneath them, be foanl; his chilI I up remaining portion r.f Summer Clothinj
tUite'ncc: :> ho mads nft-r Jonwthaa, who and hearts, if we would look around us. Tbe To the Vot',r i cf Jeffsrsoa Cotmty : at reduced for .h.
\ }him hi('aue he cannot g:>; imputes grog- diX'ii tu.med, hit not seriously injured. great'v prices, ca
took to li ht4 ; nor cli-i Jonathan's luck 1 aije6s"t' him nc c.bnc as if heverc i ii liq'ioruke I storms lie away, and the bright sunshineso 2r Col James IL Tucker, Sin rifT cf Jefferson W. T. MITCHELL,

itop Iw, In- bad: not gi't out 4'f the barn,- a gioain, and not i:: ajjonv.i E.cspsot for Old Age. Summer drops her tinted curtain upon County, Laving declined raaniai for that r.ffice for the August, 1R51. 21 tf
tied fr fro-u the 1 < nian, who run bin: the earth which i is autiul! when next term, I candiJate
nor : i 'l'h ? ruiove renvrus ao from the pen of If there be one tr.it of character more very f even respectfully announce mjselfa Notice
j c1ue racp, ere ,fci.tlutn! tmiaptJ his tmttdfilitoiHe Mr. Mil.-s. Voteiiuary Surgeon of the English )beautiful than another, it is respect for olJ autunnj breathes her chancing breath upon it. for the samo. WILLIAM II. ANDREWS. .
the old wreka! after date, I will ppvto the Unnora.
:i :; grun&! and before If'theie be tlescrvii God reigns in heaven. Murmur not a being SIX:
Life Guards.A age. one thing more : r WE are authorize to ar.uouncj OSCAH A. i JiM3! of Probate fcr Letters oftif Adminwtra-
tun could *'tnke Uj" be j-tuxblod over JOTJ- i and than another it isol s.o bountiful and who can live hapjit-r of James L.
of fevcience. rej>cct MYERS as a candidate fr tha office of CLrk of the I n upon the estate lioss, late tf Hani-
tn and 1 Jell (rax\Hnr} | ta a mud bole.i .- I e77 Variety: of tho Sweet Potato. J age. Age gathers up the sorrows and than we. ilton County, deeaed.
Circuit Court A-r the nf Leen.c .
onata i sj ru.g: to bU Li4s, and with the The follo\ving inlerestijig account; '.f anew joys of a long lie: and when whitening f.n ELIZADETIJ R033.Hanjilton .
Iei (if a .'!"lio CAp* cleared Li use If.Aad vaii-'ty of the E\\eet potato, i is copied the tumb i is an object of sublimity. The Schooner Helen M-.r Miz'-tJ by Thc iTezi. 3- WE are anthi.nzed? to announce JOHN NUCOAIC Co, Fla, August 9. 151. 31 6w

poor Sal she tlk-d a nwz. Sks ncrer I from a tatter addressed to L. Yo-jnj;, Esq., of j passions have ceased, hope of self ha erased, can Girccrnmnf.-We barn from l"npt. SLisa, ac s a candidate for the office of Tax A'es'or CITY corroiT WEIGEEE. 4JJAVING
of the schooner Donita arrived New Orleans
;.:jnkzarf! i the vici-iity of Loui*>vill.>, by a gentleman residing -' an-1 the aged bifore death seek to live in the at and Collector for Leon County, at the election in
Soullturn cl lite State of Al- ontae I.mi, from Vera Cruz the 3'l l inst., I O--lobcr 5 1551.
ia the part risi'ip Tlsey! linger with the next. July ,
young of
young. been the Cotton
Sate. thut the lit Ivn Mar Selhiik l- appointed one City
A Ein far Charity's hcniipr: : Captain
abama. us tht ir sfi-it? look beyond the graie. They I notify the Planter and Merchant
from Point i Isi! el and Vera Cruz tr: WE arc authorized to announce JESSE M.
The fi.li.nxinj anu4ng Hide IVencn ftory j Several gentlemen in tlio nei .boibood of h for the vonr'g-tmv love the young was of Leon. Gad-nlen, and the jurn>un'ing! Counties also
i' i'tandv: from; a recent number of tlici Louisville have made expciiinents' w itb the pe h.h'r for tbe -and oh bow carefiu s'"i ietl border of the Mexican autuoritu-s at | ROBERTSON ts a candidate for the office of Tux the Georgia Planter*, that I will attend constantly ct
Courier dcs E.a't Unit, which is always pickj j that th'-y young 5tiiliilan! on the liii! of June. Cf plain | Assessor and! Collector for Leon County, at the election the Defot ia Talaht! e<* to receive personaHv all
am, \vLtcb prove very conclusively any should tie! b? to reward the
young COTTON and TOBACCO intmtfcd
the Selkirk m'ft'r in October next June 14, 1851. to my cnre. MySeiles
in to
hf ntb brt Uitaga ivlach appear variety Ivtrej-jng through the \\iuter will give "gnlutii their freah! warm hearts, to f'.imin- trying every means recover brought froai New York will be adjusted and

Parisian pur.ids: thii crop cojisiJc-rablc inportauee: can urti- j ih the chill of ebbing lie iii the olJ. Rut it bis vessel, was fiijally compelled to leave it in I WE are authorized to announce HALEY T.BLOCKER. ct-rtified! by th j Inspt-ctor of Scales! and Wtigltts of

At a race e uree in Norraandy, snnie CnfIAm tie of commerce : ia said, ami shame bt it to our cty, that ilisresjcct the bands of the authorities, and came on tlc: Es :uire, as a candidate for the office of the Custom House there. My station tt the Depot

: ; n vver. r.dniHng tbo pictursque and i We have lately received a most valaniie4.1dtQ:1 and iaregard! fir oil age i is the njost schooner lioi.ita to New Orlea. s. The Bonita i Sheriff of Leon County, at the election in October will po-sess one great advantage over any other nearer
J.1-.0 tbirtoen of the and the Stores -saving ia the Drayage alone, eizht
hbork; of \ of the contry. brought : engineers j
e--fnue \ w W3'n! n of the
: to oar va.itty sweet potato, common and \vortt '. i'e of our city. We next. JIiv2t. 1S51. cents on every bag of Cotton; the Yard!, too, beirg
Spv"U oftliese gputU ruen je1'ys, f-liahtl;; supposed; from Peru. It Js altogether (iiiri-r- have good old men and women among usbt men belonging to tbe Tebuantepec Survey ing strongly fenced and in good rtpair, the Cotton wiU
txcit "j by t'.jp impresMons of tbcnr rf. 'cunrr, | of Company, and nine passengers from Vera ct- WE are authorized to announce D. W. be from al-o lie ft
injury -
t nt and eqfJly tuperior to any \ariety 1 us lave them), r.d;: cherish and honor them. more secure ana can >rwardcd
'erepai.eJ; tr getier! in a kn.it, dmi ir.g ilk root Uthcito linowti. It is productive, :IIovswett it is to conveise with the aped.- Cruz. j OWYNN, as a candidate fcr the office c f Judge of with le. dehxy. I hope tl e Planters! and Merchants
t,, ot.'v' 1'ie' couame, bat the rapth-atisijj size the.pc Captain Stllrirk is on bJ3 way to Washington Probate fur Leon Co-jnty, at the clectim in October will give me their patronage, as I am determined
flowed liked
and attains a prodigious even upon 'i he \\Udutu of the aged Netoi
to deserve it bv strio attenrion to mv buiineaA.
the befoto the authoriiies next. 17. 1651.
\vbose! May
faces the of Normandy, i to lay cae at J :
t v ujca
ojest handj" bind, and the roots lemain hocey. It was by iej>ect tu oil age that CHARLES L. DEMILLY,
teautrv s hrijfltfwd by jlquant originality'oftieir : wit'u.ut change from the time of takir.-g them the cf artans won their proudest triumph over Washington. The caj; tain was strifpei! ofj I r We are authorized to announce DANIEL Cotton and Tobacco Weigher,

lotty head gtar. 'Jbefee sportsmen'' nut of the ground until the following May.1 .- the puliilicd Athenians. all be possessed, aial i is aiiKd ia his application McRAENY, LVqr, as a candidate f.>r the oSce cf TaI1aiia'ee, August t 9, ISil. SI tlj

were ute!ir! thfir comments on the passersby be plant is M.igularly; easy ot! cultivation, by friends who f fetl confident that be will Sheriff of Leon County at the election in October next.

in a load tone- of voice, wuen tiic-ir atten. | equally well from the t-lip! or \ine, Educate ycur Daughters.V obtain! redress from the justice and public Laborers, take Notice.

toa vas nrr( ted by the cxtranrdiuary beauty tie jrrowiup vine of the lull plant bringmiuil'flhly "bcn 1 lived among thv? C'bocUw Iniliars, sj 1 Lit cf i.is own Government.ferA :: r WE are authorized to announce JOhN II. 1TANTflD iramedlitoly, to work en the F.rrdm! 4'I
top or grown candidate fur the office of Tax
mtrried as a and Georgia PlanK Roa-i, a LARGE NUMBER -
of a woman, c\iJeiitly just I hJJ consultation with one of their printipal -
youiip: small the im-ide it-. \\bito ass : a
; most extraordinary beer d'in1or Las m 1 Collector! for Leon County, at the election in of able bodied Laborer*, whit and black, ta
aatthat} laouietit( pr.F5d by. Sue was w. It is dy; and nu-aly, and the Eacchnrino clmfa pccting tIme successive stages jut c'ied! in the north Trance. He drank j jtn Octoljcr next. April 10, 1851. whoai good wages will be given. Apply to
vaikir; i in the nu'Jst of a groajj of country principle contained rewrubles in di-Hcacy of progress in the aits and virtues of chilized of : JAMES L. TOMPKINS. C tractcr,
( a day, from the n e 1 to tiat
lads and bss iu their silk dr<**> 6 and long of flavor fiae virgin hoey." life ; atjil among other things ho informed meat of quarts and the of bis To the Citizens cf Leon County.2T tthaC.uL1pucrNwport.
tii ilshonwaFt, Uaciroatgaud ia the corn : their first stait they lei I into a great mistalte CO, average daily consumption :: I refpoctfully announce myself a candidate for August 9, 1S51. 31 Sin

3ny niiht be teen the blick cassock of the Take no lJuntffh'far ilc Jllorroir." If the -they only sent their boys to school.I .- during hat four the (Ul years of his the esUti-nce, the office c f Jude cf Probate for the County of Leon Superior Claret, &.c.
at giving enormous
turt and \loar: of the arih. mo 4. anxious aad unhappy man of the woil !," h'y become inti lligcnt m >n, but they mar- was quarts at the election in October next '
I of 13H.00 his life TEST received Tallahassee from New Orleans,
amount duri'ig per
'4\bnt a beauty," exclaimed one of the f-\; l Ir. Cbnlmprg, 4< vere examined asio the | tied uneducated and uncivilized whes ; and The excise qnarts tbis would be March 15. 1S51 JESSE ATKINSON. I. 20 boxes superior *' St Julkn M d**," Claret.
time. on quantity
s ieu, "on ray honor, I'd pive two EOTC- rotz2d of their c'i-qnietude, it would lie found: tha unifo m result wa?, tint tie! cbiblren -- ----- -- --- ---- 20 do. do. St. Er-thepe d<>. do.
He also inveterate
Ttjr f fur i Iviys of her rosy cb'-ek." *:* tine hundred; ami nbirty-ntne case uut of j were all l like the mother; and soon the father over $0000.: was an Groceries, &.c. 6 do. do Pale Sherry Wine

LhuI1' lgz'sa bi.'sJcJj. who says be']! | one UioUKa: that the) pro\Hon of this day ''l 1it: bis interest in both wife and children.I" .- smoVer, and in sovciity-fhe ycais, used over EST received from New Orleans,per Schooner W. 1 case, 2 doz-h French frnit in natttral juico.
6000 pounds of tobacco.If J BERRY: & ROV7LES. Auclioueera, Ac.
give two Bovorti' n* to ki s s our Ltiuise, saiJi. wts; not the! ground of it. They cairy for-: And now !" be if we could educate 11 I'Utes,
says August 9, ItiSl.: 81 tf
7; Iba. of
200 Middling,
:4 in&it Ia LUck velvet vefet and hobnailtcveril '! ward thi-ir iniajrinations to a distant futu-i'y, o-ily one cla s "of our children, we would cr women generally, knew the influence 15JO Shoulder*,

t and fill it up with Cc: rcrj/ters of melancholy j choose the gils : for when they become mo1 they would have over every sensible I 750 test Si'irir Cured Family F-. BOLUKG BAKEK,

;4 5ed cf the gHss tgth.tWb | iud dt-spair. Wbat a woild of nnhappiness 1 tirs! they \ \voul l educate their son?. Tbis man's conduct, l by an unending amiable, attentive 2 Boxes Dried Beef, j3iuY
luuis aic not Ia I'eru would bcEaM'dif the thing of the its it 5 No nation t 2 P.bla. Mm
day, is to the point, and < tine. can persuasive, loving -tickling deportmetit -
: 2 Boxes Smoked Tongues, resumed the practice of his Profession;
duticr. cmploymentp, and s"nicctcreto beop.ie fully and permanently civilized snd on their halts, and would exert it, we 2 lihds. Brown Sugar, HAVING hi services to tlie public.

i.c three," t.id the Kuvhom j occupy all:i our bcartP ; and as to to-morrow, enlightened!, when the mothers are not, to a feil confident there would be l less crime and 1 Clarified Jiu.. ar, OtLce at Quiucy. August 2. 1851. 30 2mGroceries.

I ]jo\v di-ligi.tful to tlik; that we have tlw pare good degree qualified to discharge the duties unhappiness in the woild. The plan which 2 BLls. Cn>!Lcd "

The young tt \ the provocatov.ards 1 warrant ( i Cod for believing, that by corr.tr.it- of the home woik of education." every woman should adopt, when her bus- 20 u Extra Union Mills Flour, a superior .

tisn looi the Eu.rishia ting its issue in qni.ticss to Him, when (lie hand (if he is a reasonable creature, as we article, OO EUSIIELS Corn,

and ttailw ,saU, "If it woaW give | future day cnnirs the proviMon ol that day Tho Colored Convention of Indiana was before observed,) is angered, is to argue,kind 25 25 4' Glohe Washington, Mills flour.4 U 3 1 Tierce barrels Rice.Leaf LarJ, g

ou.. *Raided of pl. surc then, mousiear. uill come along ith it. U'bal I would Jile still in session at last accounts, at Indhnspols. ly and afilctionately with him, not quarrel 20 Mess Pork anti 40 barrels Extra: float,

Oh'a flInt1 e tl to press upon all who arc beset with anxietios ; : The Madison IJatmer says : Ten to one he will listen and be appeased, if 5 thoiKand of the very best Spanish Cigars 2 di>zen Charnpaiarne Cidar, '
;J.dI!l, i: that ctisc, continued she, after acWL aboyt the future daxs they nro to live in this "A reaolation recommending emigration he is not a biute. ever brought to this market, imported into New Orleans 4 pipe old Peach Brandy,
1tt direct from Cuba mistake. For sale ConscJ
';'tiUtia' "give Cve Iotiis anJ bere:i '" woiM i i's, that daily bt cad, is one of the objects to Canada in pciferencc to Liberia was discussed BERRY
jit in jig.ccaUe to'.h< will of (iod that we jccteiday, and prevailed by a large 03" How sweet the reflection-in after years Aug. SO, 1851. S4 \Vhiskfca-Rje, Raw. and flctjit 1.
THI! eIialJoope.1 Ids !liberality would not tsboalJ ask, for it is the \ -ry petition which majority. The lepoitcr for the State Journal of a mother's tender training. It were well every other article usually found i in the grocery bi.
Lse uarkod out had it cos.t turn twenty gui.tQaL the iron of God taught bh diwiples.; \Vc that great pivjmlSco! cists in them that to a mother this duty should be confided Just Arrived, Old Dicky Jones." sine?, which I will set) low lor cash.

11* five fjulden jiieces \vercdra\vii 1 have a full warrant, then for belie\ing that nd feays of tic! members of the Convention ..agai'ist if it only were for the delirious pleasure A FEW gallons of the Fame Old Friend for Medicinal August 2. 15t. 30 A. H. FELKEL.Groceries. .

fin.i: purrsr.nd j.bce4! in tho yotJJigvo- we shall! gtt it, at.d according to the faith ot Libeiin, and that limo preference is de- of muring on it after many long years of purposes,just received per William K.PctUs. -

I ,t'g'--' rS linnds, who honos.ly erformed her oar prayer soill it be done unto us. cMciily! for Canada, chiefly bt-caufce it is easy ftrrggle with the cold realities of life. \Yho BERRY i ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac.Augtist Schooner Tallaha.- from. New Orleani
OI : : there that finds relief in recurring to the PER see ,
S e contract, and received a brace offcEf'S. of access. is no 30,1851. 34 tf clt-ar and
I Ssrn Xrgrt; Killed by Li hintng.! -OnWedwbday scenes of his infancy and youth, gilded with 10,000 4 tierces pounds Sucar cured ribbed Hams Sides, ,

hst a win-Jfall," cninl dtogaily. Here evening, U3d ult. Mr. John Oz r Ah !" said old Mrs. Doorcr.bury, the recollection of a mother's tenderness ?- Groceries.TUST 2 do. do. da rooked 1leit

741. 1- Cure, nro five god! pieces for the! poor Reeve?, ri'M-Jing about sixteen( miles south of "larnirg is a great thing, I've often ft-lt the And bow many have nobly owned that to reeked from New Orleans, per scLr. Wm. PwJ t 2 boxes Buffido Tongw %

of or; 1flrjIi.| this i lace, in company with seven ofLi negrors need of it. V.'by, would you believe it, I'm the salutary influence then exerted they must Pette. 25 barrel* extra family JtTouT.CO .

Ae K|" fiiln.1: ncclarantions arose on all ;, wore indured !by the appearance of a now fixty years old, and only know the ascribe their future success, their avoidance 40 4 Lbls.Cn'-ks Extra Sides,Flour, ;1 hogsheud da superfine Clariacd! Sugar.da

tili1: "Oh, ifit is to b the use of i' mo.fy cloud JJMtig, to repair to a large tree, bat a mines of three months in the year; and of evil when no eye was upon them, but what 40 Ohio 1 do. Brown do.

a iruinc-a mure for the poor" taid the short: distance fiombere they \\ere at work them's spiitig)} fall and autumn ; 1 larnt the rested on the heart, the warnings, the prayers 3 barrel Leaf LarJ, 2 barrels Crushed (It,. .

'?C'larflan, and the acclamatiuiis were louder i for fcbelter. Mr.' It. being on borsebark, names of them when I was a kctlc bit of a and tears of a nrntler.O:7 50 sacks Corn, at cot. 2 boxes Loaf dot (
ever. i reached the tree first, and by accident let his glf' All of which vrill be sold low for cnb. br 5 barrels Mess Btt f
_ _ -' Prentice of the Louiaville! Journal A. U FELKELL. B 10.* No. 1 Mackerel
horse loo( e, and in lea\oring to recover ,
(; ?flt'.k.m(1 of the jury," said; a AVrs-i him, receded fcojne distance from the tree, Cownvriox or FI IIIKMIN.: -Tbo Gloucester gives Joshua the following dig : August CO, 1S51. S4 tfA 4. bushels do. Leaf White Liirdlf Com

Lawyer, s I don't ncan to insinuate that when be heard a clip of thunder.On (Mass.) Telegraph proposes a convention I am expected to get for slavery. I can't." Card. 600 do. Mixed dot S

tj1 man is j a coveteous person but 1 will bet recovering bis bow, be proceeded to of delegates from the fishing towns of J. R. Giddings. exercises of Mfes Ct.tTTOx's SCHOOL will BERRY
: to one that if you bbould bait a feted trap tie boute. At the umal time for returning New; England, for the purpose of consulting Yes, you do cant ; and you have been ranting THE (' on Monday, St-pteimVr 1, 1851, at August 2, 1851. 30 4,

'iti new f i'ree cent piece and place it borne, none of the bandi ma'le their nppear-; together upon the Lest means of laying the ,a long time, you old hypocrite. the School house attached to St. Jehu's Chun-It.tf : M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAQETTAVING .
'ithi American S3,1S51. S3
British encroachment August
HI incjes Ojj j Lit mouth would subject of upon ;
; you 1 anee. Mr. It. lecame alarmed and, in om- of the French ladies that
OzIt is said sociated themselves for tIe
I lti fisheries before the American Government. t{ I
flcb soul. I wouldu't for the court and i pany with another person, went in search of their fondness for effect runs to such an excess I A Card.THE -* --practicing Law, will give prompt attention purpe la

"eSentlum" <.n of the jury, I wouldn't trust ( them. They went immediately to the free thai widows, who have lost their husbands subscriber begs pcnrnssion to inform the pub any bu iac$* t-ntrustcd to their care. .
a room with red bot milUtoncs and the M here they had contemplated fhelt r, and (g- Isn't the world older than it use to practice attitudes of despair before a in general, and the ladies of Tallahcs and July 26,1851.. 2 tf

tngel Uabritl to guard them." | found! them all dead ; two of them were lying be ?' said n joung hopeful to his senior. looking glass.A vicinity in particular, that he is now prepared to re- Notice." .
j near the tree, and the other five were in the Yes son.' Then do folks mean by old I cfire scholhirs for instruction m Music (5 the Piano
( "cornherc my little man," said ntf I my lady in a menagerie being asked why Forte. He will call at the residence of persons de- TIlE. firm of C. C. BYRD & CO. 1 i. thitTi ,.
euJeInen a youngster of four of hollow of nolitarTcnn.( ) Herald. times V Go to bed, honney, that's a good" she so closely scanned tho elephant with her pining to take their lessons at home, cither in town criu by mutual consent. All bo.inw *
we'll talk of these things to-morrew. the said firm, will be attended C.C. *
age, boy, conntry. tobj Byrd '
while titling in a parlor wbero a largo Two gentlemen lately! examining the breast opera glass, replied that she was 'looking for A Piano Room will be ready on the tint of October c.cr.Y-b-
tIupaIv" weie, asFf-mbled, "do you know of a plow on a stall in a market place. "I'll Ot7 Why the deuce is it," said a young the keyhole to his trunk 2' next, for those not wishing to take their lessons at S. S. Klr,1fr :.

% tee! V *. tir, I ihink 1 do." "Who am Ii bet you a guinea," said one, "you don't know swell, a few days since, that I can't make is a lady dressed in the home. JnlvlS.1351. ', ,...
then: ld n-e bear t" You arc the man what what this is for ?" Done," said the other. the collar set well I" Conundruin.-Viby barbarian t For terms of tuition, please apply to the nnder- Tne busincw will be confinoedbr C..C..
Bloomer costume like a the crLl1kL
C. F. BARTIL same
: utter Jaaa last nisht ia tic parlor,"- "It is for tale." The btt and the Because it is a standing collar, replied eigned. i*
::Ac (:ktcL was won, his friend. Because she is like a Ac-then, (heathen.) August 16. 1851. 83 ovtf Tl1ahaee. Julj 19; IS3L.
wager l1Lid.I. e

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4 Amendments to the A. E. MAXWELL. I. D. TAPT. Towle & Myers, P. P. LEWIS, .ttg(1L 2 thvttttintiit I !

.;' ; CONSTITUTION OF' THE Sl'ATEOf FLORIDA. MAXWELL & PAPY, HAVE on handand are now receiving new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. -- ----- I

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSKIJjORS AT LAW, assortment of GOODS, consisting ot .. in the new building immedi In Chancery. I
J I\ "; and !.. Gold Lever Hunting Watches, 1; ROOMS East of the Post Office where 1 1i
General .f ,
.1doptr lby the Fifth( 'srmft'y, />" TALL.V1IAS-EB, JLO3IDA.FcbniaryS MIDDLE CIRCUIT-JEFFERSON
: /i.h.J in iriiuatifc of Article X1i', Section 2, Gold Anchor Lever do The will be found unless professionallyengaged. i J
J J i 1851. 5 Silver Level Hunting do Melvina Philips, )
7 35
September 1850.
of the Constitution.AN : ,
'f Bill for
I Silver Anchor Lever doLapine 'I. >
t ,. CHARLES W. DOWNING, and common do PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Robert Philips. ) )
J ACT to amend the F.leenthClati the Fifth ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Gentlemen's and Ladies Bo nm Pins, general a!- appearing to the satisfaction of the :
V ."rtlceu the Constitution ol this State. ; and aUu onrlmerit of Ear and Finger Ring, Gold Guard! and ET. T A"I.on & CO. Proprietor of I iV.e Co- XT affidavit made in this cae, that I I : :
i ::: .I( amend An Art amendatory <>f the Twelfth! Tallahassee, Florida.rrr Keys Fob and Vest Chains Seals! Gold and SilvcI Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the satUtaclinn Defendant, does not reside in this State, ; 1
I ':t ,f Clause of I the Tilth Art kit et'the CorutiMtion; ot Office nt the! CapiM I'cncil l ,Gold PensGold and Silver, Specs aclez Gold! to announce to their patrons and the Plan United States, in parts unknown so that

thin Stile, mid a.ptt. bv the Third) and Touith March 15, 1851. 10 tf Sleeve, Collar and Hosom null on", Silver Pearl and ter generally, throughout the Cotton growing re- nary ,'rneessnfs.ihNna. cannot be served 1 1
t. ', General .o"lmhhli. so a to give the I K'eclion! otJiul Shell Card Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine eicn, that they ale prepared to supply any numberof // is therefore Ordered! That said : !

I : .i ;i-s I to I the People W. G. M. DAVIS, Pano, Silver and llufblo) Combs. (heir celebrated PREMIUM GINS. bert Philip, appear and answer the Bill 1
SK ION 1 lit i enacted b.I the Senate andlljine ATTORNEY AT LAW, Also, French Mantle Clocks Table Knives, Tn Where these Gins hate been once nf 't: oftlleprrsfntatirr* f1 fie ."tafl of Floridnin Trays, Pialed and Silver Ware, Silver Tahie: and TeaSpoons be deemed unnecrsary (for (the 1\Iaolliachll to uy the !mt publication of this Order, or said !
and will
taken up his abode at Tallahassee, a word in their favor as they feel conlideiil the ,
tlcnciiil.1 tied. That the Eleventh machine
>'iitn >li/cani:< HAS be taken fur confeed against him.
: Folks Cr and Ladles
Spoons .am Soup ]
V ice in t the Conifs of t the Middle Disliict have been brought
t" such that
.4 Clvneof the Filth Aiticleof fheCon.tilutionf .10. perfection At Chambers. Tallahassee, June 20, I
t. Plated Waiters, Tea Sel, Castors, Candlesticks :
(, this Slate and ahw an Act entitled An Act to and of Franklin and J-tki Counties. Solar Lamps Silver and Gilt Girandole their superior ;peiformance will rf'comtnerallht'm. J. WAYLES BAKCR. ( I
March !9 I. 1 1"-.0. 9 I in preferer.ce: in all other Gins now in U"P. For the
amend the Twellth Clause Al-o. tine double baneiled Guiis Shot and Gime June 2t.1"iI. 21 mIn
the Oon titt'.ioi! of I this Stall, so I that I the Judges ot t td Hag*. and FlaAs..l line pocket ICni ve.. Poite Monnies satisfaction ol t those who have not used I the Gin i ,
'. ::. the Circuit Couits t shall hold t their offices fi>r i the I'HOPECTUS Port Folios, Violin?, laronet, and Flutes fine Ha- I and are unacquainted with t their rrp'iialion, the) Pro- Chancery.
of eiahl instead ol durinc beba-) OF THE plil'lorlneed on'!>' aay, that the FIRHT Premiums
: '. term ; years &c.
ior be, anJ 1 he same are hereby so amended a have ben awardtd to them for the BEST GIN exhibited -
< SOIL OF THE SOUTH Debt quality) and general assortment of Perfumerv,
at the Stale Fair held at A bnta.Geor- Ar CHAMBERS Tallahassee I
great July
to read a* follows, viz : That on the first
ned, Committee Publication, & TOWLE & MYEHS
1Icld.! iiniHersi a on tc.. .c.
.1 f t .t i in October i in: t tlu- year ot.e (honsan I eigI i l lt hlndle T the part of the 1IuoI't.'ifP.aJ' !; : HlI.'il'lt A2ricullural ; Set| lember OS 1550. .!S ph; aKo, at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculturaland Genoa C. Townsend, J Jra.
jtnd fiflvthree, and on the tin lmd3a I Society pcctf'dly public .sttert ion to
,. t-iv tliercattcr, there by annual Pair of the South Carolina Institute, at C.ilharine L. Townend. ) :
,; every vear hal elI'U the following ProspectIH of a Monthly 1 Journalto bepuhlibed Bonnets, &c.
: HqullifeJdctllrlufcchof) the respecltve Judi- in his under the of Ladie Chailcsfon. The Cotton ginned on these G I'< r*>- appearing to the satisfaction of the
t cily
of end
auspices the above received a general assortment IT
Judge t the Circuit JUST eeivul the first t Premiums at the exhibition held inCimarle&tonSnmith affidavit! in this cause filed, that
11 Stote ( named Association.The i pc. Spring null Summer ISonne*, Straw and
Court who shall resiJoin I the Circuit for which he I Carolina) ,and a( '\ry Fair\\'I.t're Townsend the Defendant in Ibis cause, I l
work will he devoted to the interests and
of Infants
I AS cik! Jenny I.ind hats. Gents. Boys China I
4 I niy beelected, and continue in ollice tl the t teun icullui e and I[ion I(culture,Domrstic and Rural Ccon- Pearl Ijojihoin, l'mmml; and Palm r.Raf Hat, FremiehtSpri *amj'lcsof Cotton from them have been exl-ibitrd. \oml the j ,diction of this Court, and

: nf tl\i years fiom and alter the fn.1 day of Janlr.\I OlnU.It C'r the'c several heads, will incliiied! : and Wreath (whi'e) amid colored.) 4 and! 6-4 The certificates Propiitors fr have Planter in their pcsscssion nuinerom State of Florida : I
next t succeeilin his election, sooner removed all that COflCe'It *he culture tif Crops, I the .141111' 'mIattiii, Fan Pa- m Cotton Hrokf, CVin- // is OrJereJ,7bAt the said Defendant
imp!0\ e- white and colored) 1'araco1.
mission \Merchant! and ,
made in this) Contiulion! for of Cotton demur the s.iid
Under the provisions to
ment of the Soil, the management of the Farm the rasollette.) and Sun Shade. Pionnet Sadi Neek and plead, answer, or l
removal of Judge-! by or : Good, testifying thtf I Ihe performance of the Gins. ; within three month", said Bill
the jdaint
3dilts impeachment or \
Garden the Orchard the Flower thelJuUs.kl'epl'r'I :
and I
Riblxins, black white) and colored Satin Ribbon ]
And (or I t ot duty (H' other lea-on.ible I Cap an.11 the sampl produced) by th,m. cannot be excelled ken confesi wiJllllft hepattmciit. In their connexion j.ro
For sale by HEIR it RUST. I
cause .ldt be hulhcient ground for impeachment with t the inlerexto ol HIP Soil the by any Gin ever manufactured.All ing at the next term of the Circuit Court
viK t other industrial) i
!.}. 1P31. 15 orders
shall remote any of t April for Gin, tiven either. to our travellingor in October anti that thi
G'l'ernor ht'l Purr-iiils: ul I the land, will leceive their appropriate! d n County nest,
[ -- ---- ---- :
t: on the address of two-thilJt of (the GeneM A'srt. attention., local Adonis, or forwarded to the Proprietor bv published) in sum public newspaper
Quincy Male] and Female Academy. :
; lily : p"4eilcul, Iowr"r. That the cl l. nrcaiup?, The' Soil of ill* South" w ill be under the edito- mail will always receive prompt[ attention. Gins Slate.oncp.Hd.. for three months, and
Khll l bC staled lel in such addles aid enti r- I licdupoi vision of, Chat les A. IVabndy r."qr., and rPMIE 'icxt ecJ-ion will e-oinnience on MONDAY, will be tent to any part of the country, and warranted plainant take testimony.in the cause.

td on the Journals o. eacli : ,1itd i>rooideIfurter. Col Janie. M. Chambi-is. 1 Air. Peabody has been fur July) 7th, at which time it i* expected that the to give satifaet i/'ln. J. WAYLES BAKCR ;

., Tlut the cause. 01 rauSiS, halt be notified to theJii'.1je wo \car conncctt'ti with t the Agricultural Pre!, andS new Academy will In ready for the reception of the JOS. L. DUTTON Agent. A true< cop\Attest, ;
intl'lId.to be removed and he slull t hp School.Efficient. Columbus, Ga., February S, IS5I. 5 'lj I
; R'' ; eijiiallv di-linllIiohI..1! a !Praclirjl and Sciei.lilioFarmer R. C LESTER, Clerk. l lJ
Jmtttf-J to a hearinsi i in biow hlrnee belcre any and (anll1'r. Cot Chambers is one ol the and, faithful Teachers are employed in the -- -- 3uLv5lSl.I 2rt 3m J
f vote for luchremovnl ";I-illpaji1; and: in such case*, and "fver.il Department The Institution i it provided Just Received and for sale low byJ. J |
most t intelligent nicces Jnl PljnJ.-is: in the Sdiilh. : ;
the vote shall bt taken by ea<< and niy, and fntercJ They will I de assis-tcd bv a.i bble corps of C'oi.tribu- With an exUnsive Chemical), Philosophical), and Mathematical M. WILLIAMS, In Chancery. J
on the Journals each Home, re-tiectnely.i tTie aclical ) Apparatus a well selected Library, IIn.11\ MIDDLE CIRCUIT Of' FLORID\
tor" t Faimeis-and Planters of
among pi I the -
.. fit enacted That aid election of Mineral He increase 1 iTANILLA mid Cot Rope iorted sizes, .
SIC. 2. II further ( j jshall I Land. valuable Cabinet in the \ DEN CIRCUIT COURT.
b-conducteJ, and the rlt urn! I Ltieied'iade,, in I Iach! will contain sixteen, numlier (If Indent from abroad! having rendered it J.Shovel) Spades mint! Axe', f
"" }(
paes (qu.irto AT CHAMBERS June
Weeding I,"'!. Patent ditto, 21, A.
., the manner; now prcM-iibeJ, or which may hen-alter | size. printed I with fll't l lIl't'l'pal'thlt: more ample accommodations) should) beIrovhieml
e on superior white
the election of member I In |PI| Paper.and Kike Ovi n Pot Spider) Elbert Johnson, ) ; ,
be law for I for
preocnbed by Inrtiislud! to ui-ctibeis! at t the rate of One D<>1lai 1- ) new building a Iioarding house on amore
C'nrtf..s ; aii 4 it slnll: be the duty of the GovernorIn ; annum which must be paid in idvance.OJJ extensive plan than the former one) wa, have CM and Young Townscnd' Sir'npr.nlla, t,. > Petition for 1 1
issue a comniiOhI under the seal ot the Stute, I : Post Msipis are authorized' to net as rent!, been ereetetl. Mid sire now under the charge of Iht'l'rllleip'll. Trace Fifth, halter Brca-t. Stretcher and Log App Johnson. )
.. lothe the hishe-l r.tunbei of vt.tes Board III-uloc l obtained! Chaini, N the filed in
person reeeiviug and thC'rnlV letain in their hands may with cevcralrespectable reading petition this
: in the Judicial) Di tnct in which the election i ishad. cent of all Mib: riptioiw colb-ct twen'y-fne by tliern.orif jer faniiliev: in the J'II< The price of )Iioard) Strap Hin:!*. Patent Balances. fiOO U.s.S'I' O it being made to appear to I the !
vari.-s from >S !III ,' month. For \ill!! Ki.ivc and! Needle 1'ercusinn Caps, the Court that the Defendant
they prefer it, a COPflf I tluV .rk will be ent to ttl ? ( j' r further pnrtioulars1 resides
I SEC. 3. r e if further enacted. That whenever any one twelve tnoilli irratuitoujly I \hio will remitfo'it I. repctiiiy: rate of tuituti. t-c. see printed Coffee :Mill*. Cotton Can!*. Thermometer*, limits of the S'ate of Florida, to wit : in t
4 the Geneta! A :cn.hly shall create a separate Surctne ) wliich obtained bv Cut Nail, Wrought Nail*. H",r-e HMM- Nail*, of Alabama : I
narni H with i t fotir dnllars.I Catalcgue, may appiiesithn' to
|' Court or Chancrry: l ourt I, under the provisions i iI I <)"?- All Communications nw"t be aiMreespd, p".1 t I N. 1L STEWART, Principal.Qulnry Windsor, and) Cane Seat Chair, Willow WaironBucket It is therefore Ordered, That a hearing

.. of this Constitution, 'h' Judges tlieiet.f 11.t11 paid \Villiim I II. Chatnheis.: Pntli.sher) ol The! : June 14, lt:. 23! St *, Till*. 1'igiiis, Sieve, Trays, BiPotas'i. rlMJms. this cau-e at the Fall Term, 1S5I! of th
be elected in the manner provided in t the first section Soil of the South" Columbus Ga.VAN Sal Sfila, Indigo C;iu'.Madder{ Circuit Court :

if this art, aud t-hall bold their I olficcs lor the same LEON.\RD. ) Committee Notice. Si.,4II suficrior 5 s Tobacco Hail Road Snuff Prodded That this Order published 1

., tt"rm, and be subject to aU the pros iions of said t siseel t R. A. WARE, V of Ric. Lagu; ra, and Java Coffee, coarse&fine Salt, the newspapers printed in the City of J
ion : I'toclltdhinrtvtr, That the Ju". zis of the J. E HURT ) Publicatien.C(1Jmtq COOPERS .: WHEEL: WRIGHTS I WANTED. Sporni Adamantine; Star and Wax Candle"! for the pace of three months previous :

JsU'in'me Couit t-hall be elected b> Kem-ial licket ; Ga April -20, IS.M. 10 3n, excellent opening 1r a few good w i:rkmfn I'nixes Drown S
., 'aud the JuJsces of Ihe (Chancery: Court bhall bi elec- --.---- -- ---- ---- -- of alifivt trade, ptrticubirly;' if steady! industri-) Green & Ulk. Tea, PickleIxjinon Synip. Claret, J. WAYLES BAKER,
lei by cenei-.il ticket t. or b) Districts, as the Legislature NEW CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE. hut nil will-'tig; to '\III k f.-r re ienl-lepay" It would. Siol.i mill ISuth-r Crark;, PilleppIc Cheese, A true copy-Attest t.

may dnvct. be worse than ui.les for' others to entertain a thoughtof Pact,1), I-nrd, Flour )MacktTel R. C. LrsTi-R, Cluk.

SEC. 4.: He tt Jnithcr (tnactfd That shoulJ a .' cn1r vacancy occur in eitb r the S-ipreme, (Chanc\, oi THe FU1INISHINU ESTABLISHMENT 10, 1 Rij 1. IS wirtim-ntof articles in the Dry Sixtd* ; .--- .-

Circuit Ci1II..t. by death, iesi n.1tiun.the removal Governor or door South iitherwise it shall! be the duly of to Bounty Lands and Pensions.
Coach Trimming and Domestic Line. '
op.ninsruxell M'loctcd) -firtnient of and IN CHANCERY.Paul .
fill Mtch aud he
of election: to superior
jsviea writ vacancy P HE made with Room is required to('numerate; Fancy Articles.Conchi'ioii .
f.tbhnaij1e I1Y-MADfl{ ) CLOTHING suited undersigned having : arrangements
fob.1I'e at lea** sixlv davs' notice thcieot l by proclamation to Ulmcr! Executor of John A.
and the Judzc so elected lo fill touch va- theSO.IMITI.I : coi>i-iir.'r; in part of COATS VESTS and JL a competent and experienced! Apenl in the CiR ( next week.)) against i
PANTALOONS of vnrioiK, stvlcs, nnd of V.'a'-hin.t..n, and hm jog now jirovidid with the April ', 1851. 15Pork.
: cinc\' hall continue in office I from the- tune he qualifies (11I:11ili"-: James (Gidsden.EitzwilliamBjrdsalland ,
white) and f.Ulr.cn!rc.l SHIRTS all ;"ppn\'d and requ-ite foi ins, \ I ill attend to t the collection .
U-K! Merino and Cotton Und r--liirt niid (if Cl.tifn. bv po.\ers ol' attorney for RnuntvLaiuN !
alter the filial: canvass ol the011.01 b < ; '
which his ret urn ill del umineJ : Praritieil, lovt r.r), Ilnnerv, Silk: nnd) Linon Handkenhief-i) : Stock,. UI11- ; Pension, and (Claim: f.r Losses and Services OA BARRELS Mess Pork, )landing from Prig Uramis .. UP,>. affidavit motion of to Complainant satisfaction, and that it
the Unittil State Government.Otiic1 Ol7 and for ale l, my
That should become nece *siv to fill any tuch.1- iner fiu. jwnd.T, M mtv Belts, Sliotilder Braces epos vJIcNAUGIIT Janiet Gad,den and Fil7.william Bvrd
injure an election can be ht-Kl u uudei he PureINnket lo. k-, Conil,.. l ru-III'.*. &. ; TRAV rs and soldiers, ( of th war of 1M2' ur of anv it ORIQXD.X"wJ1"rt. all
cancy po'i of t the I Indian vai- *iICe J I7W, are n mitil It d lo Hfllln-- March ond the limits of the State of Flor.da,
visions of I this Constitution, the Governor shall ELLING TRUNKS CARPET BAGS. a.d. VA- 22, If 51. 11 South Carolina and the other in New
fill uch by ar.d LICES. UMBRELLAS: ; tether with a large wrtmentof ty Land* ui.dcr th late Act of Congre For services -
t the power to vacancy appointment the ordinary of this Court cannot
the person so appointed shall hold t.t* otilce I rom the Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoas, &c., all of rendered a moderate roinpri.sation will he Coffee, Sugar, Soap, &c. t them : process
cotr.nussinn until his shall be \\liicli) will be sold for cah. charged, upuudelivcrv of the warrant or I the amount upon
elite ofhis $ successor theap colit-cieJ D.P. HOGL'E.; | O SACKS COFFEE, I: i.thtrefrrt Ordered That
duly elected' and qualified.Sec W. T. MITChELL JL c10 barrels Stuart's yellow
Sugar, for four months in a newspaper published I
G. W.
: :. Re. it jurthtr enacted. That the second Tallahassee, May 3, IF:1. 17 tf March 29, 1"1.! 12 HUTCH tf INS. 5 Pilot Bread hassee, Florida requiring said !

section of' aid I art to amend the twelfth name of the _._ 5 Crackers an J Bvrdjdll to plead answer or demur
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Constitution of this State and adopted by the third i I Southern Mutual life Insurance Company 70 boxes family) Soap, of Complaint on or before the first .
and lourth General Assemblies as afoie>--aid be and of Louisiana. Sight ExchangeO "
2 1 Mipn Tobacco, ,t-c. tc. t tember next : !
f Ihe same is hereby abolished ; hut it is hereby TT AYING 1 U-en appointed Assent for tlealiove) Com- \ NEW YOHK SAVANNAH, and MACONfor Landing from Brig Uranu' mill l for "ae by Prodded, A copy of this Order be duly
vided that the Gcieial A"!finbly hall, by tho con-I J.-*- pmy: tltHt deeniiiur it 1fli'Iueesarv to liHu-R: tlc sale, in sums to suit, by McNAUGIlT i OliilOND. for four months as herein directed, prior

current vote of t the two I Hnusi-s thcieof at its netreirular I imjuitljince: and l advantage of the niiitiul in-unince THOMAS J. PERKINS, Newport, March[ 22, lIS:I. 11 first Monday in September (IM51) ont
tpfI..iIHi.i elect SOPIC person In fill the vjrsncjxvliich I jirinrijil.would' ) rtp'ICIIJly "oli.it; the c"nirati':11If ) October 12. l 1C'iO.10 Agent Marine Rank. March 20,1651. J. WAYLES BAKER

will occur by expiration of the lei in ot oihceof I ( the) ritizinf T.ill.iha- and vielnity. .\\' i'if<'rinatuni Bacon Lard &c. A trueci.py-.Attest,
that Jii-lgi? who rn:>' draw the two vear tenii, uu- relati\o to itcan bo obtained by'rallinw'un the lETN INSURANCE COMPANY, C. G. FIFE, Clerk. 4't

; 3er the provisions of said t-fcond section, which is njbTilier. -. S. KNIGHT.NoemlierSO 1\nn'OHO, CON N ECTIC UT.BUILDINGS' /1 CASKS" Bacon!Sides, April 12, I ISM.: 14 4m 4'L
i Ile..il1lb.l\'c d,""bred to (ba aboliched. IP.'O. 47 tf 2 Shoulders'
e ,k FIFTH: GENKR A">nuuz.y.-Pa.ed the Senate Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house 10 barrels Mcx Pork, Notice.

nv the Constitutional m.ijorily, December 13: 1 1S50Pajsed THE TRUE less bv fire. 25 Flour,
: the House nt 1 n"I"'I'lenhll\'pI' by the Coiistitutional MEDICINAL LEWIS & AMES, 2 barrels and 10 kegs Ltafl.ardt SIX months after date, I shall apply to I

maj jrity, Djccrnb'T 23, 1:iO. COD LIVER OIL Jaiuary2G. 1S.V). 3 Agents Tallaha!*ce. 15Vhikev.. Probate of Madison County for 1
--- -- ini..ion '
from the administration the
Ja-t received S hr. Parnnrd. and for ale hrMeNAL'GILT
I in the JK.T
NTT USEFUL cure Scrofula Consumption, A. B. CLARKE, .t ORMOND. Daniel Flinn, deceased.
[ ] < {: !- ti'4m. A..t tliinaironchilis.C.: .
(l'on'llURLY: CLIIKK & sTILLiMAN,) Newport March 22 11\;1. 11 SAMUEL WILLIAMS
Seventeenth Clause rf and dlldi-ea the ,
AN ACT tn amend the the "e-4 ol Oh M ai-d Lnn-. A supphol ; March :22
1551. 11
Filth Article: ol the Constitution ol this State. this valuable medicine i* jti.,t received which is f.fAVlNCi purchased :he interest t of Mr. .
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SECTION' 1. He it enacttd liy Ihe Senate andUtilise warranted pure, and of verj superiorqualilv.For ].1i Slillnan. in their old biisines, can be Real Burr Mill Rock. Summer Clothing.--

of Itfpresent'alines' of the State ( f l"/ ,i'I'i sale by LJ.WIl. A.MIN: found at their old stand on Monroe street, ,A FEW 1'i(('('" real French Burr: Mill Rock, 18 by
in CienrrtiJ .Ibicmbly P (tanvenrd That the S<,ven- May 2' I l-vj. 20 Talla' icsee, Fla. where he will receive i in a few days from New York 1\. 2u incliG s-ize for 'ale at cost and char f*. byNewport AB. CLARK has just received from | r
___ ._ __ ._ one of the most complete .soiIntents i-f general assortment of
teenth Ct.lueI' the Fif.hIticte 01 the Con til1l- --- - --- u a Readij14 May lo), 1851. 18 D. J.\1). summer
Zion of thi* State be, and the same is IWl'rbo Ice Ice Real cod ICG vIe Clothing and Ctntldnen'* Fancy (;ousI., ---.-- -- --- every variety and style, which will be
amended as to rind as foh1tiwito wit : u Tbeie shall (If the COol stuff ddivcrul ever off r< d ill t mull market. A No, a centrdl amtment Valuable Plantation for Sale.rpJIF most reasonable terms, at the well ,
be one Solicitor for each Circuit who -ball re-ide LOTS from the Tee of Punch.li.I,, and Eelgian Cloths Monroe St,. formerly occupied by Clark &
therein m1 shall be elected by the q'Hti1ild01l:15 I } the tnit1" )in the innriiing at three) centi per |pOI",,) I Black and Fancy D/tfini and Cussitners ?/,,,/,' : PLANTATION whereon the, late Jt.lma H. Also I a fine lot of Cloths, Fancy: and Black t I

ol surliCircuit, on the first Monday in Oc'ober, in by bundled! quantity nnd two {.'UI.HU a Lalf bvtho anil Fijitteied Sill, Satin (Cashinvre and I'tlntlrttingx 1. Byrd) formerly re-ided, in Leon County, near Cashmarettes, Col'd. and White Drilling, i
.,:' the year one lbouand eight hundred! and fift ,.thr'e, have it wii-l.t. A II j jern) from al road ran I which he i* prepared to manufacture at Like "Erie, contaitiirw 4N 1 t tI ncn'', of which) some 2ou$ White and f'ancy Marsaitlf's,Satins and
41 r and every four years theieaftcr or at such limes aol packed in boxes (Ir casks with saw lust a. required. the tihoilps: notice and ill the rno-t approved stvb-. are clrarr-d. and under cultivation. On the jireml-es Vesting, which he is prepared to

the General Assembly may bj law prescribe, and \ DANILL I LADD.) The cninmnnitj' sjenerailv ale re pecllulv I !I requested! is a comfortable! fiamc Dwelling) 1L.n.e with the recesary such a manner as to please the most

thill receive for his services a compensation to be -Newport-|> May 10. 1 ::;t. 18 tf to call arid examine in\ lock In lore |iurchasing tUcwheie. I mt houses tie.: llii- Plantation prvv s"es -ALSO-
'.' fixed by law." ----- T"lbh3"It'Icfot.tt( 12, l)iO. 40( many advai.tajjts* it adjoin* tl.(. }piney! wof"..., where) AJfull! as'orment of Shirts, Drawers, Kid

SEC. :. lie it further enacted. Tha! s'ich elections The Fire in Conway, Mass. - the range i ien xn\\ for cattle] and ho!, The New- Gloves, Collars, Half-Hose, CoI'd. \ :

shall be held and conducted, and the returns TT7E insert with pleasure the follow Ln letter from JOHN PRATCRIUS, I r>*.rt and Georgia Plank Roam! will j ass within 400 to Cravats I Iltlkls Boots, &.c.

thereof made, in the same manner JH is now piencrib \ \ the Conway T-n.1 Conpnny. It ,show cltarlv: [0)- run i.vrn liD or nrti. & rnATORir JD ] WiO$ yard.f the dwdlirii, and! I think will co on the April, 1S31. 13 If ,
'd bv law or may heiealU-r! be prescribed bylaw that] the faith of tl).- J public) in Rich's Salamander: line,WII' through the whole) Itngth of the Plantation; '
for the election of member to Congress from Safes lias not beui tiii"]ilaccd) ; inform hi* frit ml* and the public and! Tt hen this! Roal i is crnijilited, which i< under con- Dry Goods &c. t

this State. ClNwAY 3IAS. July) 14. 11151. J11'Tor\ he lias' taken the :toi e lat..lY/lc'upi.l trait to be done by the Itt of January 1852 n. N hand: and for sale bv the ; '

FIFTH GE lm.\L A""E\IRLy.-Pa the Senate Mcs"r Roff Steams ,t C',.. suecet-sors to C. Hid: k Blood and) adjoining the store lately I Plantation the wnolo line of the Road will surpa sit O 94 and 10-4 Drown and Ckac'ied!
bvthe Constitutional majorit/; Decrmlier 31 I I 1.-,1.! Co., 1 1C Water Miect New Y(ik :-Otmlemen; -T,, \ (1.'CUiaMl I i 1 by, Bull .Pratoriu", w ht're he will l lit phased;1 for convenience, ;(,. It i< now offered for sale ut a New York Mills Long; Cloth.
Pa' cd the House of nI'JlI'.ehhh.t's| by (the Constitutional your iiujriiie; rej K-ctinjj the) fate of the Salamander: to attend to ttie (call and wan** of thoi who may be I Idi"po'cl har l1in. PirMinsde-iiou) ( f |)urcha
e \ majority January 6, JbJl.OlFICH Safe, No. 3"S1: 1, pwvha>od (,f you thro h Mei..r.. I patroni/c) c hi'M in hi* line of bu.-ines cull on Joseph CLaims, t>u, who will &"Othf m the Jiro.; amid bleached Sea Island:
Wm. Brycc! & Co, it u pciliaps) sufiicient to that He has received by the late arrival) a choice zuu.liilli.iheI.tl land. For term, .tc. aj>j>ly to me at my residence, Irish linens from 33 cts to 1,25
? STATE wiy 1'1'11 'l ('I"t1I. ('f/tll1UtT'*. I J"t otiis '. Furt St..w.. .
OF F.CRETAnY OF ) I am at present writing on pajxr: \aria was in tin- bury. fliLJI Linen Cambric Hdk'fs from I2J
f Ttillahanf.ee! May 1. l<-:i1. 3 Safe at the tune of tins destruction (If our Fnnry (i'n>li ; al*'), 'i rfittirnl antTtinrtit of : J.AUIX BYRD. Reviere, hem stiched and

t.CHARLt:1IV. DOWMNR, Spcietziy of Stale do ry by fire on the inon.ing ()f the 11 1 th in-t.mallufol'tft'l H.tl) Y-MAJtK CLOTllIXG January 18, 1S51. 2 tf Toilet linen.Longlawnlinen [
) eretyccrti1y the foiecoing to be true and (orrct : was on the lower floor of n three i-tory ,. ) contiuuinjf AU of \\hieli, I flatter n.y-.lf are equal in style and ---- .- -- -.--.----- Cambric Ja";nelsand Swiss Muslins. i

copies of the original Acts on file at my office, and ciii'idcrabhquantities! of eeaiied' l beach t tim-I quality ind tj'tite
herewith published in pursuance of the provision of IMT and it vas at a red beath1en it fell) info a found 1 in tl..i market. He will give ]'>articubr! attention rPIIE nntlnr-uznel Jlt'r..1y'e notice tlmt their re- and Embroidered.
The Constitution relative to Amendments and llevifcion of live bard! wood) to }his hu he will merit liberal I -ALSO-
coals, in which) it remained imKddol -' -inf'1II11uJICS! a .J sfwctivtt'ffiiet will be oj>en for the transaction of
of IhcCoistitution. ilxut three )hours, when it drawn paIr image from the public.Nntmhtr .orTicial Datnash Table Linen, Bro. Linen
C. W. DOWNING, SttrttuStatl'. was out and ( Im"illfrom I 9) to 2 o'clock, every day, Sun-
1 17 6rn a.; pooh pr.o.cti''lI1.1f', r.jx ned. lie leather )binding 23, 1850. 4C tf (:\' 'xCl'I"et1.. Family Linen and Planter's
itay3lSi1. of the W.ks w, re l l.-catid the ---" --- ------ Coltonades Nankeens.Huckaback .
by Meant and 1 home of ll.c luTewity and! propriety of regular and specified)
Boots. IOOMS |papers Wt're w.mcwhat stiined) ; but not a single Pure Sulphate of Quinine. hours (If Lu'ineivi in public offices, are recognize d l by Diaper.
DOZEN Pair of firooks Patent Shank PMM.JS. particle of |'inpt-r in any book was injured, and *-criberh have on hand two hundred and law and usage and are too obvious to require explan Red-tick Stripes.
Moss Matlrasses &c.
not ;
1 a nnh'e, maik on IOOKJ
whetlur) '
any of the ation.
made which
April, 1M1. 13 JAS R.I G.UWLF. paper } ounces Sulphateof Quinine' ) Coats' Cotton.Marshall's .
by a pi a or |IIf'nril i* (lefjced \\ con-KK-r Spool
c the Safe have obtained diuct from the manufacturers, and C. W. DOWNING, Secretary Stat,.
f Plows. I in question as having pa
,' CAST Sweeps iu store, nnd for Fnle\ at lowrate ', ,'cn"t fet tx> whi.-h) it could have been put, and W(' We have enlarged; our stock of Drugs and Medicines W. R. HAYWARD, 7Vramm few cheap chairs.-ALSOA -

20 *. JAS. 11. GA 1ULI: need 1J111 a"urf you that we rejoice; at its flUCC'IISW by reeentarmivah'and are prepared to execute D. S. WALKER, Keg. I'nllic Lands. Common chairs.
4 ApI'l15.1"51.a J Mill forward you the burnt Safe, nnd in the mean orders lor articles in our line at wholesale or retail R. S. HAYWARD, Ctirk Sup. Court. rocking
Bed steads.
tim send anoUnr High post
us : of the same HZP and pattern, on the most accommodating terms. February 1, 1851. 4 tf
: for immediate 1J... We have Wash stands &c., 'c ,
I Law Firm. re'nwtfullr, also a few account yet due to us forth?

.. BEARD & BUEVAHI will practice in co-partner Conway Tool) Gimpany: -A. PARKER, Apent year 1619. They are generally in small amounts Brandy. July 12. IS51. 27 G. & J. \tf
An as"rtuii'ritaritIs MZI-S rind but if the whole could be would
all the Court of the Middle Circuit of jKittcrn with paid shortly, it go CASK
Florida. Office in end Miihout |IM"nkf-lroof l loCks, for sale at 110 Wa far towards liquidating' cei lain hich we owe. 1 very suprior 15randy.
5 1S51. 13 JAS. C. GAMBLE.
Tullalasscc.JOHN April ,
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t : 1, 1851. 4 tf JOHN (?. STEARNS, Superior Green and Black Teas. Capital Stock, &
A. New Goods.
S. MARVIN. OASES superior TEA which. can lie recom-
Shoes. Augusts, 1651. 3 undersigned Agent of the above
SO Sni a large and carefully selected stock of mcnileiL BERRY & KOWLE3. TIlE
: and Gcutu IlubberOven-bucs,jut rCl".I' OPENING to take risks Fire
o: LADIES Uutania and Bright Metal Ware May 3, 1851 17 prepared against
J A8. I). GA IBLIi Tax Collector's Sale. consist in part of Tea and Codec Pots, French hugs and their contents, on the most .,

; April :;. 151. __ 18 Coflee Filtcrf'ril.l'itdlerCandle Sticks of different Notice.TIIB F. IL FLAGG
.13l' virtue (authority in me h)Ll'tc..ltd., I have Tallahassee, June 7. 1851. 22
Dualities, Jelly Mould, Glass VlOtern4
'; Hats. eizt d and )levied upon fourteen hundred zuiIthirtyseven Cake Boxes undersigned having ma e some new arrange

: & RUST arc now openir.R an aseoitmentof acres of Land, lying in Loon County,Mtuato Cannislers, and a vaiiety of other articles which in his business reiue] >ts all persons indebted The Forwarding and Commissson
I HEIR Hats the ) theJ oiler for sale on reasonable lerms. to call and settle In future be will keepno
i Spring and Summer ol very latest a few miles SouUn-nl of the city of Tullaliaisec) up.
Also, on hand a full and e\lcnive stock of Tin AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA,
L books but sell his for cash
Ii lily Ie. Al'rtllJ.16:11.\ 1 15 t urf firtiiig to IielieigtoVilliarn) E. Kilcrc-ji, and! will Roods exclusivcry or
__. _. _u .__ be offered for sale in front (.f th, Court Hou-e door Ware of every de"'ripl| m'lIlllfactuI'eJ by produce and by so doing he will be able to sell at IN the Wat e-Houses heretofore occupied
: Blacksmithing.rl in Tallahassee, on )[ontlY the 3d lay of November good workmen, and at lair prices. the lowest Jiving prices, which he promises t to do, BRODIE & PETTES, will be conducted f
'Eutidernsued repectfu1lyinforms r..xl. within) :" hours. To l lie sold to the Lead Pipe,Sheet Lead Copper, Zinc, and Cistern and requessiiis? old cu;lomet8 and others wishing to dersigned, who will endeavor to give as i
(, e 1 J_ the public generally that, having Taxes due thereon fur the year 1850.I Pump Woik for silo. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job buy low, lo give him a call. He has on hand a good isfaction as did their active and industrious

.t nplojcd) a upciior Horse Shoer, he i is ). McRAENY executed faithfully aud with despatch.T. assortment of Shoes Hats Caps, lihnkels Cotton sors BEARD &

t : now piefured} to execute all work in that line in a Tax Collector of Leon County. September 21,1850.! 37. WHITE tf& CO. and Woollen Goods, &c., fee., for family and plantation July 5, IS51. 2(3( tf

,superior manner, and on usual terms. July 2fi, 1851.: 29 3m t uses. ,
F. PAYNE. January, 1851. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. Clothing. I ,
A Valuable Tract of Tobacco Land
.. June 29, l<.:0. 25 If Tax Collector's Sale. for JUST received a general assortment of
Sale. Flour, &c. I Spring and Summer Clothin!.

Ii Spring Goods. BY virtue of authority in nc by law vested, T haveeized T\7"ILL tIC sold on a credit of twelve months. at 1 (lf\ BARRELS best family Flour, low by HEIR &

: subscrilxr is opcnin to-day a email invoice and levied upon three hundred and twenty > Y Vernon, Wellington County, on the first Mon{ JLUU 3 casks Rice April to, 1851, 15
TlIE Dress Goods, Bonnet Ribbons, Florence Silks, acres of land, lying in Leon County situated about day in October next, 2oO acres valuable Hammock 30 barrels Potatoes,

t : Ac. which 1111 offers at very lowl.ricc ten miles North-enst of Tallahassee, on the waters of Land belonging to the et-tito ut John Ferguson deceased. 5 firkins best Goshen Butter. Madison Male

I' April, 1851. 13. R GAMBLE. Black Creek purporting to belong to Fabrnn Arm- It is situated near tIle upper part o? Holmes Landing from Brig Uranus and for pale by will
t-tead nnd will be commence its second
offered for sale in front of the Valley about five miles from the Court House, to JIcNAUGIIT & ORMOND. TIllS (
", Spring and Summer Goods. Court Ilouoe door, in the city of Tulhdiasm-e) on Mun- which point Holmes Creek is navigable all the Newport March 22, 1851. 11 the direction of Mr. F. L )
of and day the) 3d day of November next within legal hours. It is well watered, nnd well adapted to the culture year. MONDAY, July 14th, and terminate on
TUST received a general assortment Spring cember 11.
To be sold to the
Taxes due
I! ., .J S.jmmerGoodsto which we invite the attention: satisfy thereon for the of Tobacco, Cotton Com Rice, and Sugar-cane Notice.
before elsewhere. year 1850. D. McRAENY, Onlv a small portion of the Land is cleared, but RATES OF TUITION.
of f btiverr purchasing Tax Collector of Leon parties indebted to me, will please call at
County. there nll1.utO of cleared
April 19, 1S51- 15 hEIR RUST. is acres land, under fence ALL desk with the cash without For Spelling Reading, Writing Arithmetic )
July 26, 1651. 29 Sra which delay.
on there is log houses well of good water or- graphy, per session,
;4 Corn, Oats, and Hay. Great Chance. chard dc on public land adjoining. Jt i is a high'and July 19, 1951. 29 S. S. KNIGHT. The above with English Grammar,

,d Kf\A BUSHELS heavy white Corn, healthy situation and adjacent to good range for cattle tion. History and Exercises in Elocution
tu HOO 4' Oats, I JAVING determined to leave Tallahassee, a bar- nnd hogs. Co-Partnership. session,
f'f'it'f M bale Hay, be given in the sale of my stock and The improvement on public land will be MId at the TIlE undersigned have thin day formed a Copart. The Latin and Greek Languages and

:! ; J f Now landing from Uri! ITrami, and for sale br soJ."ill to any person jibing to do a grocery bu- same time.J.A)1F.5 < under firm of G &. J. MegmnUs. matics, per session,
I McNAUGUT 4 OlL10SD..tV' .iuf"ft i in this place. ). LONG, Executor. GEO. H MEGINNISS, The price of tuition to be paid in \

t Newport ilarch' 22,1851. 11 July IS, ISOf. 23 5 S. K IGI1T. July 12, 1651. 27 8t July 1, 1851. JOS. MEGINNSS. Mad, June 21, 1661. 21

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