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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: November 15, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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.f,!... I LOVE VLR5 FASHION ed to me llrpJJful.1)' feelings on this] subject I A Song of the Southern LEE. land. 1"ft Artlur t '/Hume Gfi>t. lips; ;;,, when] the door of the room opened, and V Front the .11.irfl Jlt"nu/r.- I J.

, 'at.Fn.. coininced! mo of the truth of what conscience BV SMALL DEBTS : the shoemakers boy came in. HYMN. )'

'JVa 1 lit' rUL CKKVTOX. had FO often whispered-that my way Lay lior when- wcMMlltiiie Jfl.ll. clingeth, OR, WHAT FIVE DOLLARS. PAID. Here" arc two dollars. Mr. Grant sent BT l> 1 ir. fIGOl"r.

rcd.hit. of life was Mnful. I said to Evelina Let I To the l.nk magiiulia tlC tree ; them. I i; not meet for mat, 0 LonI, V
with mo now, Hiram," said|I us give over thh butteilly existence, in which "\\ht n- the breeze l Igpw inu"ic luingeth, Mr. Herriot was sitting in his office, one I God i bless Mr. Grant !" The exclamation Who dwell I in tents! of clay, ,

'iilIta I / 'jclrtnoll), "ddl't.'t.:!.?. his} rjj iH'jihew ;;; J{i only] the )'outhfulhoultl indulge.) She sighed] 1rll tl.O h'ill of the MUI; day, when a lad entered, and !handed him a !; from Mrs. Leo was involuntary' To That plant hi- ltc, :up.n tie an \I;' Le.ore intend id her i 1 a Mirrowftil tloitinn, : I On the of Harriet to whom dol! Wave: may w;\.ll l awar.Xor .
maan repaired small one
lie ( hllw long you. ;( fading beauty with powder' T her vlare slip of paper. It was a bill for five' par
Ir11 ,
'j d cwci-t violet l '
.ty >cVJifre twine hU !
Jar
MOIII. p. and 'I was due, a gush of silent tears marked love funl broken l.
your \\lIC. : dollars ,
I I1lhlM SIIp1J1l rogue. \ tlio' l It.\'e due to his shoemaker (
1 11 .; gentle motion a poor man Or to the, !
' I I tC 1\1 thankc thorn
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Hid !] *** j'nons, prrp 1 I.'X('(J. Hiram'j I ; Then I saw the necessity of the peace of To tlie lire-iitliins the i ea, who lived in the next square. |t, the effect this timely supply of money pro- Xor r\.t it the fruzvnvasttt,: ;

,Ilrl11 sHiAt I 1 length scratching his car1,p home to the heart of man I felt] hungry fore TII'r', there lay htr Tdl Jf r. C rant that I will settle this] ,!' duced. She reCt ived her portion, and, without Of fabolHNNl OJ antI i>f
Jtli.F.p.. : \t 'errJ, in:1 'low fOllfi"M\ happiness/ of the household hearth. Hut There, there;leave her, soon. I.isn't just convenient to-day.I trusting her voice with words, hurried a- gather M I In fCl'nSur
Our fair Ella. gi> sacred !
1 JI heap',
i' ., Evelina had no with The way to supply[ the pressing want at home.
&p.p ..\ sympathy my longings. Our Klla, boy retired. Insatiate still for more;
1 J fe P iie(olil "'nt1] mm: echoed the word 1.in as- She answered my Mghs with hollow laughter. Our youiis l.-t; Now, Mr. Herriot had a five dollar bill V I A few doors from the residence of )Ir. To work the ruin of his heir,

(DI .1( :.I'RI'lli' J 1II0ll1e h possessed no delight, for her. She led ]:U. lA.C.Ela in his, pocket] ; but, he felt as if lIe couldn't V VV VV Lee lived! a man who, some few months be Or swell a stranger's tort'.

uti ;i i :>'\;C\''r'! !I"t the name of reason fell 1 me me in the same cheeiless chase after gayety, Ever b1""1flji iii; n' the. summer, part with it. 1 He didn't like to be entirely fore had become involved in trouble with But rather while! <-n earth below, t

,a p.p, I know she loves yoa !" I when I was weary-weary-weary nigh unto Ever ln"lnil,,!; like tho 1,1 out of money. So, acting from this impulse, I an evil disposed person, and been forced todefend Hw fleeting! u i* lent,
i.t.i.. v.r:.:. d t'U .Ill,,11 l,"". ,., death "\Ve l hdit'n'llll'r l "'Il blight ci>mer lIe had sent the boy Very still sat V I I himself by means of the law. He In what-'tr state he H,
t.j.j. v\uJ, ht' .- I \Ve lot our only] child. Heart-broken] rn'l the Ittii
. fi 'fh,\ !you' is urt occassion io lny: the truth" '' humbled, dying for want of sympathy in my Oh.Mortal..lIt't JHM'r oouM loxelier and h"Iy be," his thoughts wero busy. He was not altogether ': I by means of the law. He had employed Mr. Place To Thee hope and love supreme 0 TLce,

,., liI I;: ,1. "I love her deuIJ.u'! is good,, desolation, I prayed Evelina to withdraw Ami she left Iii' brightly' o\\ly, satisfied with himself. The shoemaker :,V Herriot to do what was requisite in the case, And lay liL contiJe l his,care in ;

'J i i:,, ,* .MionaUand) true. I shall: never find I with mo from the wot Id, and from that time A* the sun-M't Iea\es. the sea.Yes was a poor man, tllrlle'tldlli money for which service the charge was five dol- Arid seek a trc"ur"niaiiM.Hi up there.l&avct,
{ ', .t I. ]l. ve t latter-more purely.1 j! of sorrow to ]know its hollowness] and heart- vri* haxe lo-t ht'1 as Form as earned-he was not unadvised of lars. The bill had been rendered a few days .
?i iI. : '\"l1l'\lIbin this 1'tr:1dox. You haVe le
I. V V'i"i f.Jisli: oatli tu live a bachelor .' You i sel]lf. The intoxication of what is falsely]} c \lI- Our Our Mveet fair Ella, .I a'most wish I had sent hU1 the five ,j I anxious to pay it. He had! the money all i iI to Judge Lowrie, of this place, for valuable

I.t ( ," ,it t uii.lv. ambitious of marrying a (OJ'- ''ed pleasure was necessary to her cxi trIlCl". 01:1 vung Ela Ella, !. dollar," said -ui r. I Herriot, at length, half audibly. made up to within a dollar. That dollar I II j criticism upon a correction of the fourth verse
t j From that J:'Ki Lee. I )Irs. Lee owed him, atH she had promised to of the twentieth chapter of Genesis;
. ., I time I led a life: of 10:1'lyTdh.. He wants it worse than I do. I as printed
. 'I : : .\o' I no, nacle: Hot-I am almost :1I I edness. Lay her where the! Imijj gra, I't'loth, I lie j mused still farther. I j I give it to him during this day. For hours I by the American Bible Society. He discovered .

'!I'M' confess ut y feelings- you know',- I Tho next crisis in my eistenco I will 6.1 the bark rf inunr a tree'Where "Tho fut i is," he at length exclaimed, ;I, he ]had waited, expecting her to come in :_ the error in preparing a for the .

i, j '"."\\iji\ : well! wtatUitr l pass> over briefly. Evelina's health; failed! her. the loud, \\-ilJ.tw wcefieth, starting up, c It's Irant's money, and not I I but now had nearly given her up. There Bible class taught by him hi the Second '

'|'i f 1 mu4 speak it-I I dewre a wife to p Hut she kept up, and struggled with the She Like\va"a l 1.I'dy.mourner she J l by was the jjchtJc wju mine ; :mr what is more, he shall have it." I I had was another little bill of three dolar which Church.The .

.''e a ijule More slioiriu the world than So. strength of the dostroyer until one fatal night. A* all gifted sj-iriu be ; :So: saying, Herriot took up his hat and left ]been sent in to him, and he just concluded material part of the verse i is, And I V
rI.V's She l took cold coming from a ball. In one I'ultled in I linen mantle.SlumlH'ring his office. I to go and pay that, when Mrs.( Lee Abiraclech Paul( LORD will! thou slay also arighteous
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iJnO\:: '!" exclaimed the old gentleman,with L i week she was- near the Milling sea- "Dd you get the money, Charles snid called with t1IJalmce of the money, one nation t" The error is that in most
"I I We lave left her, (: his dollar, which! ree ."cd from the &hocmaJrr U: not all, of the Bible Society editions the
ciMu'ie; of impatience. I WtSl widower, said] the old gentleman, : .as hoy entered the shop. lucre'm.it V :
left
her word
"a'llv Lord i is
!" :1i.] j i. not, -not) exactly-fashionable," coughing.!) A sad widower, too-one whom: :Our fair Eil.i: % a good de.il of earnestness in the shoe Irant. printed ii; capita1 thus indicat
I i, I'i'lft hietion had maker'stones.. Half: an hour later, and the pocket book of'I lug that the original is Jehmah
:'lUnllunJ, ..14 ZUI), luring. taught a terrible lesson. 1 was Our ''\I Ella, | ;
p. ,/I ,11,( '" ejaculated! hi* unc(. i! plunged]' deep in despondency, when I heaid Our lo-t Ella: No sir," replied the] lad."Didn't Mr. Herriot was no longer empty. His cli. whereas only the initial letter should lel capital
?
]:ila eat l.ad and paid his bill.. The arid! thus show that the original Hebrew
< Too retired-too careless appearances' ; from-Jnlia.f J.l'C the ,imoney !f" eaHtt fn'j'
!l
-i" fcliort t too"'fo'li'iKwlJe I Ihll I I People, told me she was ill. Some saide I h- -- ---- t No sir. 0 dollars come back to him. T. s. ,\ i3 ArOiz.

I know it! Too [ollfor:11, frh'v was (IVII. I had not seen in her in ten I Disposition of Cattle to Fatten. j \:1SI't.Mr. Herriot in >" I Soils and- Manures for Fruit-Trees. I the criticism which led Judge Lowrie to

:,i-i fi.lhm< like yoa !r' cried \lr. Atlierton, :',' years-my affection for her had smouldered] i Many people act on the .supposition! that ;, Yes, sir; but he said it wasn't convenient Fresh, \irgiu soil seldom I disco\'cr.of this error is as follows: .\bi.i '
'in all cattle are alike in their disposition' to fatten : requires manure. i heathen, or partially and
llws'f1Jl' so,
..u-riih.:( "I =m $*& von know itHer had hecolliIie! a SWl'l'i ,ion 1 to-day. A stiff clay majneed sand crushed ,
or charcoal could
i aineVb, are not gaady enough to coi iiare) 'I of which I had sometime dreamed but dimly| : ; no greater li"takl can be COllllitet, i 1 011', dear Im sorry !" came from thc I unless, without] subsoil 'I j not have the definite apprehension of a V
of
j a though
since halftime] feed will clay, personal Cod, which is
bring one animal expressed by the
BOI! ""l1rs-JOU iiisipfJ H'ac jclutfI -'ct when the news of ]her illnes came t to' filrwtl shoemaker, in a depressed 1 voice. | new, will ho ] benefited 1 name
1f -I(1 i.dc," iuterrajjU-'tl I ( Hiram, his lips qaivmi! :, all the} past) came with it, and my heart ( requiaul to produce another, and the i A woman was sitting in (;rant's shop. : of clay, swamp greatly muck, lime, by a dressing': Jehovah.be 11 names which a heathen would
i economy of fattening! cattle] depends in no .sIlls or bones. expected to use are Adonai (Lord and
( st t ti ill vibrated with i' when the in she had risen )
n :;::. -HI i are severe. I passionate sorrow-with 1 boy came ; now A deep rich soil
or one i is low amid
\lJ. n!i-> has a 'better ii"rht You wonltl j: the sadness. ol lost love. stlltgrl'l': in selecting the right animals. V and! was leaning on the counter; a look of"disappointment 0 I: clued to wet has "llicI in | Eohim, ( or t'e: Deity,) or words_ of a .
with who i I liat-t'Mied I r. Stephens gives borne rules] for electing in her face. or hat :heavy growth of\, iliJr import in his own language. Tho .,
.Lire no paueuc1" a man talks ich iM'leiiw i to see her. I arrived in time ; was I cane burnt 0 it, the trees had best be ;
i ) 3 had !had ,, t hear: fmm her cold and animals. di&j>u cd to l'ad.m: urilJ. Ilei '. can't; be Mrs. Lee," said : plant: name Jehovah (LORD) was only to
} ; 31 y ia < -ii'you my own lips, so pale, I I helped Grlnt ed on the surface, arid I have a (:od's peculiar
:- n"'l'! 1 mean: tube severe ; I always cx.th, at her heart: had been faithful to me ever- Mys : | I was sure: of getting the money from him.: !I made over the roots; which will slal. \ JwuUI the ef | heathens j people, or at least it was regarded -
I I will! be I' that cruel I 'lime most prominent indication ofhi disposition 1 He before. Call by as. the name of a peculiar
sre : savage on this rgumt"ut.I as had been, phe had never ( (':IS I : never disappointed me ii; I j checking a too
lee rapid growth. All! God! whom had
\". I\.uft. !, either. I will i tell \'OUl ..ton'II 1; eti I to love inc. I arrived in time to know I is a loose, thick, mellow skin, as ifHnltiug V''to-morrow, ant I will try and have itfor l.iw anti wetland: must be I' they no right to mtreiu! It I
| a* thoroughly'drained is therefore
1 1j j >:\ AIWII. t want your entire. nttention. You I i I that my folly had cost me a !priceless jewel I UpGI:1 trtul of fat bilow ; and JOu." as tim admit of before improbable that this name was :
: used \bill ] ch.
,
ft MI tfl!! aware lliat in my
,I same ikincstic: tiouLJc'i" : artind? in time to confess mv faults: with hearts 1
1 ". uuch-. i i! l breaking sorrow, and to be forgiven-in time color. A 1 limmu.-s of texture over the whole! left the shop. few minutes after her ilepaitme I breaking to the depth manuring! of six :I or inaccuracy.it Hut on turning to tho !
1j up eight
:1 j p.Wdl, tir, I'll tell ynu about that. J Forty :|, to see her-die body' is essential] to a ilo.itinl to fatten ; no V Herriot came in, :11, after some I inches. It i is more than doubtful, if benefit or i is ;origintllebrew "ilJe found that he did !

1'I yearsajo: i was a single man-young, gay, I I i I.! It was that grief which knows no eonso-. !fat encumbers the and of the 1:' words, of apology, paid the hill! j derived from any extra deepening: of the soil, I The rt but the word Adonai. i
:and f foolish as your&elf.: From my childhood, la thtzi that had worn out her lifl'he had j hell1 the extremities, the limbs, head I Ilnn and get,tli5] bill changed into silver j: in stiff: lands on a retentive subsoil inaccuracy i is, therefore, in the Bible ,I
by LOUD V
I had: loved the best, tIle not amiable of: rejected the best offers of marriage: beciu, ,, : ti are m:11, tine and tapering from the] ;, for me," paid the shoemaker, to his boy', the, j trenching or snbsoiling; unless the deepening ;i This Society 'printing instead of Lord. :
od'scTeatnies.; t I'liworthy I lH. I 1 she could love [ :< I is prominently set in the moment customer had departed. seems to us to be of sufK-
was, loving me, no other; and with I.JJ.The eye Li 'has been pieceded by [ A'' dent
JlI'u J will an exalted allection. believe out lu\.ing she could never marl'I \'. t t !h Ie:1d' : with placid expression. The fine-1 I "X ow, said he, as soon as the silver was deep, loose formed in umffrininf. importance should to demand that the IJillo .
Ll'l retains Society alter its
: so
J"!! n mId ba\t- laid down her life make I Ah I have ;' is broad. Tlie ears are sensible to subsoi plates total! future .
< : to me my nephew do words to ex- every : placed in his: hands, take two dollars to p much more water than would : editions of the Bible.
naturally :
iafjnr. ,j i I press the bitterness, tho sharpness of my re- :i j'' new sound. TIl muzzle i is:sharp, the nntrils ?. M.- Lee, and three to Mr.! Weaver across : and propel Jy be held in suspension. Hence it ,i j cafe. -Presbyterian Adco. .

!, 0 j fllr fire year*," pursued the oM gentle-1 I girnn.vthfnyiti rets Remorse, grief, despair urged her |! | distended( ,and thejaws distinct and clean. '|, the street. Tell Mr.I Weaver that I amJ i injurious to dig a deep hole! in such a soil I V _V -- -

:: n,*es-'i! neur i to the grave-but t-I I HANI L1\'JU 10) The muscl.g I road and il.it. The IJlood.'esFds j obliged to him for having loaned it to me : and subsoil, in which to plant a tree. Better THE RAINY DAY. V

wu of r.iv lll'u.rt.11 my dreams of future j KKMKMKEll: AM) TO lOnr : full. The chest is broad, and j! this morning, and sorry that I hadn't as; be content with a gradual deepening, where BY II. W. LO.S'.FELLOW.
h hi taj';'ii(!(-s liad keen inspired by my affection i !i it'"ier. Aii'' I tell YOU more!" the tail flat at the top, and broad and tajx-ring !|i much in the house when he sent for it an i [, more than the surface soil embraced: keep- Tlc day i* CI1(1 ansi dark aUI I drcarr ;

i' She was iudeed) a portion of my I With tiembling! finders the old gentleman: j i I to the tuf of hair. The line of the back is i > hour atjo." I ing that enriched by annual surface manur- I The vine", at clin wind are never weary;

e:.itt'tiee. I; brushed a tear from his eye, while hiram, !,i strait :1 levtl, and the ribs round. A back I I wish I had it, Mrs. Elden. Rut, I as- i j ings. Where the subsoil h of a porous char- Lut at every sti gn.st t tlC mouldering leave lull,wall,

1 J5tif-I Ivent into the world. I hccnnej"r.lu.fl.d *j, pale, thou lt1ul, agitated, regarded: him earnestly. high' above! the level is narrow, and is :1cromI -,t sure you that I have not," said Mr. Weaver, acter, but not pure sand or gravel, the sub- I And the day .i dark and dreary.

i! :: with fH..ttJU: ; i I learned selfishness, I [panied with flat ribs and a long narrow, face,,V i' the tailor.U I paid) out the last dollar] just t: I soil-plow may be used to advantage ; a strong I My.life L-. and dark antI dreary
t,',ity.: den it Julia for ot. Xo murmured) the mtnin which are both indicative of a of dispo-1 VV 'before in. Hut call in c.l ;
was never quite I young : a deep walt you came to-mor- .j bull-tongue plow, drawn by two yoke of cat. It r.uii', wind is never weary;
!t4" : !h:11: :aftr'r a 5iU1U4)U] of a few months i voice, :i% he pressed his uncle't. hand., 1 am hition to fatten.Vhueii the back i* below V : row :and you shall have the money, to a cer-V ,, tie in the furrow made by thq surface plow, My thought* till cling to the moulJerinjr rnf,
-wh.4, I lit! ::.! acijuind a taste for gay dittir i- c convince! There i is no true happiness in the level, the fat and fleth are mostly upon i V ,' tainty." I j(i is a good substitute Lut the ItHle.of youth. fall. thick i the blat,

:iton): -1 hi'jran to fear thnt she would] not t t:llI'I L.J life except that which crowns the do'mestic i tIl lower part; of the carcass, and the,tallow I I hut what am I to do to-day ? I havn't al i |j Fresh stable manure is unfit for fruit trees -It te .ap are dark anti dreary.

,I >'Pt.1', nrM.with, the biilliar.t: (01111':1r' health. Fashion is folly-worldly increases in the interior. The thinks and cod I :'!,I, cent to bless myself with ; and I owe so It i id good when partially; Alone,. T e still :a I heart and cea e rtfininA

j jI jI jl ii-to w''h' ; time! become introduced, and I I how> is hollow-you have proved it to ml'I .- are then thick and fat. In such a configuration .V :'': much at the! grocers, where I deal, that !hei however, it is insufficient dl'caJell trees and IK hind fate the i j" dond is the :im : I .nj;
I c'lii.p.ri I j ".which I courttd. I will be weak and vain and foolish the fore-quarters are larger than the won't for Thy common fate of all,
I j I no longer j- i p ., trnt me anything more. j plants require different elements or support.- Into each life some rain full
Although a future union had always been : God bless you, und le !" i I h IJI.I. Such :an animal evinces a disposition i L !j! The taibr looked troubled, and (he woi' -V Composts, the basis. of which is peat, are highly SUUt tl.iys mu.-t L dark.mut and dreary.
id'I.d as a matter of course, by both JuiJiuid A few weeks later the] old gentleman at- ', faten, but lays on coarse pieces. When I I',I man lll'rcd. Just at this! moment she bhoc-I' recommended. They are uimquestionablyexcelleuit. ------ -

i; tn\ .ci 1f, we had never made a form:,1 I tended< a wedding ; and he was happy in the !the curved lines abnun! l over the body and play/i j: : boy entered. !! We have no,peat in the South but Ton GOOd to be Lo.f.-A friend of ours

<":::; flIt: to each other. The greatest t t thought! that his sad expeiience had been L j j''into one another, giving a brilliancy to thc: I|: here are the three! dollars Mr. Grant i: ] abundance of that which answers a fully better ,. relates the following story, which is a good

i I",'in'-tljr, rroatest crime I ever committed. : means of uniting the youthful Hiram: and thiS surface, while! the swc-epiiig lines of the contour ,,- .:. borrowed of von this morning ," said the lad.V '< purpose-swamp muck, and inexhaustible'!! one' :
\l a'p thp! :iije.m I took of the 'I true-heat with the fineness of he's A traveller, whom we afterwards knew
advantage }peru'ti Sophia. tapering tIll e.xtrem- :(/'He J says sorry he hadn't the money supplies of leaf mould in the deep hollows of1 ,
'J.l -'niturc!: of.ur, engagement to break the --- '-- .- -- I i itie.: the l jilca&ing countenance, and the joyous V when I you sent fur it awhile ago." j tIe woods. Along the sea-coast, and once arrived at a village inn, after a hard

f '''i'acthicli our hearts had, made-the A Lady on Infidelity. I spirit, a s.muH-'tl', a state of hedth, and 1'I '; How the faces of the tailor and his needlewoman where material is most needed, that I day's trm'e and being very tired, requested IJ

f"lctnn!(: foiitLict, which ((1 I whi!pered my con Mrs.! Swinsshelm! the editor of the I'HSburg | disposition are combined, they! af-1: brightened instantly, as if a gleam of, arc immense quanities marsh mud and peaty a room sleen in., but the landlord said fliev

J'nt:1\ not binding, because it had not .'r-atmdav Evening Post, thus discounts on infidelity : ford the highest satisfaction and profit to IIACbreeder. 1']' sunshine had penetrated the! room. I matter, produced from the decay of i were entirely full, and it was utterly impossible -

1Il..1I I nILa" ill the wt tenus of sjeech. i j : I I .Hare i is just the money I owe you," said! t the rank growth of the marsh plrtil for j'i J to accommodate him-that his wife had
"IMVIDz Julia that __ __._.____ ____ grass, ages. to sleep on the sofa, and himself the
she
; fctill-T knowing' 101dtatfcllioff' 1 The I Boston Investigator, an infidel paper, the former, in a cheerful voice, and ho ban-1 I Such material must be dug out and on
( tlifll: I dqul l.1] l never love more: comes to us, and on the] margin written, Agriculture in Oregon.A I tied tlC \ olU the three llolar he had re- i nto oblong beds, with alternate layers of Oaie half,1 floor ; but that he woul see what his wifo

ti th trongy:, or be 1f01C"; V.devotedly' loved-I :It'' .' Madame please exchange." With great letter fiom L'mjxpiH: Valley, Oregon,, (( ( ( A moment after allle! was alone, an to one inch of ashes, and a foot i j could do for him. good woman on being -.

{''lI\n Iit\lU( time paciilTi'eiJ"everyihing' for my) i plcauiie, fir.'e never saw Ole Investigator I published in the New York Courier, says the.1': I 'but with the glad face of poor woman, i mud ; or, near the sea-cost, oys-of::I applied to, said tat there was one room

Ul Wfavlion-1 broke the unuttcn-d]I I but once before, and that was ten years Jigo. climate is so mild in that quarter of the globe,,, I 'whose need he had been able to supply, Ji3-j 1!ter.shell] lime, burnt on a substituting to 'i which he might occupy, provided he wouI
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lii1 e.oH'ie which my heart had fcolemnly. We read it carefully, and OIK* sentence in it t that sleeping] out of doors is no I j''tinct before him. I i i include a share of ashes, and slaking the.I agree to the conlliion., viz: to
IJanfIip.- late in
"Tu\\\te\n' !|I! we dial! never forget. The writer was 1 E\cl in the winter the ground in < valleys;, i i Of the thc dollars r.ce'uvetlby tho needle-shells on the mud-heap, by sprinkling over I I the loom tJe and leave it early ju

etl(' SIr.: \.u-.r.., I married anoUier," : I Fpeaking' of ine tendency of the doctrine of never freezes, so that the oats, potatoes and I woman two went to the grocer, on account ]them salt water ; carefully turning and mixing i I morning prevent scandal as the room
IWO'rb. ia a tone of Litter, gjf.ro.I I grace to licentiousness-talking of the license 1 1I lJre.mc sown in the fall. I j
"r,,a 1 loved j I I a Christian might feel 1 to gin, becaue of his :j i wheat has tho largest berry (','rrSl'en. |' ;an old! and l.cd.cu10red woman who hadearned I| For the apple, no better compost could be 'm!i heard two o'clock in the house that night, an awful noise
I was and
r.'lm.) \.(. p/'suggested Hih oiie of a pardon through a Saviour, and Oats of a corresponding quality are : < it scrulJbig and who was waiting V j found, adding to every car load, a bushel of; j ji traveller found our friend, the p
"T'lIt' h .!, boasting of the superior morality of the creed. :('i J raised five years in succession from sowing 1 Ilir I )1 r. %) reur from the tailor's to i lime when ashes alone were used. For the p i down was tumbling hCt1 over head
ot er ole I stairs. On
1 l\'U 1 Evelina! Yes ; oh yes I I 1'1 I lie introduced: the negative bide of the ar u- .. i yielding at the rate of fifty bushels to the s !:, j get her duo, and thus be able to provide an I Ii plum), add to the cart load, if no lime or salt !: the t and our what arriving on
(J.\ --uI.h'r'l.'rJ! "'dl.u; she WlS 6uch:1 1 1c went in these words: But the] poor illfide; acre of each crop! I Indian corn does not doso i
LIJ.Il': :. j I it "u etc 'utmt match I was so ,I'or- has no Cod, no Heaven, no Jesus Cllr tlo well, on account of Limo droughts in AnM': childrcTi. Tlie other half dollar was paid to ;a ]peek of salt. For the grape vine, half a'j'. t ble to ejaculated' (flu Lord, as soon as he was a.' '

| "wu sdd, to win the! hand of such I 1' 1 Hell." '\\l ltj gti't and September; but potatoes, turnips, and 1 :' I the baker when Le called towards evening to 'bushel of plaster. For tho peach, nectarine; 'I know speak that, said, the the u01al'g' ta' .
U t Ip landlord
J.J.IaaPlh: 'III\ '" crmure Hut how diflcreut L j t' No won ever struck us with such IJe. other] roots, in the moister locations grow to>p ,, I leave the accustomed loaf. Thus, the poor j I and' cherry, add to every cart load of the com-1 i did find it ; '
'1J\III'Sf.d' b <'f>:'
j,""''.' "I'd ''" 'fHMwoii I admiration and pride. 'i What :I.- lilc'S] !, desolate child A 1 the crops of any kind. Apples produce abundanlly I,
too'!, j'IIJ!: I her-\v-'li.ia I ; I thought it a condescen-;' aim without a iod to love or a heaven lop !: ] and plums!, crab apple*, pberries, :i\i'L '! p:;urity, the > love me. Hut where was th hope h for-a simmer without a Hviour! No ((large yellow yam i L ty,) woithlebcrrics, (a red I !I
I \1 I.UCj! hears nsclfi Juiebs the deep devotion, to :j elaborate description of woe : ever J; t species,) strawberries of fine flavor, not known i pat in Il little family.. I| are excellent: additions for all fruit trees. For'; most delicious fruit, the peach, and, so fa as

I IT 'wjr had not formerly been 3.1 I, conveyed to our mills the picture of despair I home, arc very nhutbllt (;o\.nUHut t And now let us follow Mrs Lee. On her i' the plum, in sandy land, with each load of; ]wo have heard, none have ever been brought
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"r'7'!.tt where was flay fir*>love 1 ( I v Inch did these words. We never said Our I II j gives to every : on public] lands arrival 1 at home, empty handed, from her visit t'; i\ the compost should be mixed an equal quan-1'I 'into i this country. A gentleman on board th.- 1

l bclrJ I ] M-as Uot forgotten.) I snid to my1: 1 Father" with the same oveiwhelming mean, '1[ i iI i in Oregon six hundred aid: forty acres in fee I to the shoemaker, who O\\t her (two olars.i .,: tLtw of strong loam or clay. Africa has, however, made the attempt, ana, '
l.oi"/L-/ e f J",V r .
tJu me to mairv lier. 'Jl.t-nmy Lear acknowledged as a child Our Father] -- paleface were many marks of suffering and|[ :, can occasionally be had, and arc an admirable 'them in a perfect state. He has brought as u i

t\\h! 011{mifc-d the with congratulations: and flat i 1 I Ij" What if wo \\'rH cast into the regions of space A Good Garden. care, awaiting her return. j Ii addition to tho compost heap-care :! I present to the friends of : gentleman |far.

'\j !! occasion of the great wedding: t o wander a loose atom without any center No branch of husbandry is more neglect The girls countenance brightened) :!she : be used that there is none ofthat ruinous pest. mer of this town, who may, therefore, claini

j it: ;lilT liTHe tl' o3, tint I trcarccly had room ii"I,i to attract us, no light to cheer, or a sun to ed than the garden. 'hoe farmers who u came in ; there was no answering JJ\gllt- Hitter Coco, in tho sea-weed. Cotton seed:. 'to be first importer of rip peaches fro the U.

'I \\.1 ell.\ I t.I h.p3. I wann ; nothing before, our world behind, and live too far from market to indulge often in I ness in the countenance of 31rs. Lee, immediately which! has been composted two or three nited States to En taUl-I.ireol.lerC

1 n:' f Wil J\Jtrri'J. I had the satisc! an imisible] irrcMsliblo! nothing! dmivimig us the luxury of fresh meat, are still content to I said- months, is ono of the best of all manures for !
tit ivied lIJO"\ ing that JiJiy fashionable fellows'' thence Oh] the dread horrors of such a I I j 'dino] on salt poik or IJl'lr with the addition I I'm sorry, Harriet, but Mr. (irant I t the orchar .-Affleck's SOlltr llTl Aliiut' I\ ozr: A Dutchman,who had been a long time .

,.:ni'Ued, Cle the' I'tI8Sl' &ion of bo fair and ac- i m tiiuation No Hell 1, no God, no lem'en- I j |of potatoes only] th:1 devote a few put Tile off)ulti.to-morrow. Ho aid he Inu I I in the use of spiritous liquors, was at length '

iUU!, d a b.idc. 1 knew, too, that 1 had j" and the universe becomes a hell. pres- ;1! hours to the cultivation of a kitchen garden. hadn't a the IUJ8l'." II I persuaded to give it up and join a Temper.
,,
-:1l :an ijiHiK-uce: an importance in society I out and to come, around, above, below, then j t lioth health and good taste demand that a Tho girl's disappointment was very great,, Lire for Somc llg.-'Thousands of men,' i iI ance Society. .A few months after, feeling V
I trou1. the instrumentality of my fash.1ulUilJc i is nothing but 'if, I Radishes i ;iI I: pass off tho stage of life, and are heard of no : sci(bod fur him one ounce of Not
dreary sunless and future vegetables. lettuce faded and V
.4 %Vlhd "oi a hopeless ; J cnulUowers, I Ilr was succeeded by a look I spirts
/ b'a' loved) me, too, as well and beans of Iorc\\'h.i do not partake of good i understanding what an ounce was, asked
t J f 1 as peopl V \1.at! greater 111 can anybody laa."c-! ; : peas, tomatoes*, beets, turnips, : deep dUlress, I i
C'Oflilaj asuloll I ,, ueaally love I had nothing to i The poor infidel nothing else. Since that,V i ir j j tk.ctll:1IJ" others, fIUI] always bo found I .Do you wait the money very badly-.I In the world, and none were blessed by them ; i iI a friend, who told] him that eight drachms made
Ofom that scorp. I uchIS I there in the I none could point to them as the means of!; an ounce. A," exclaimed, the old Dutch. S
c'cr"'od rational while and I
1' \' J nothing or irrational, has ever proper H'aSOn5 melons ,1Htl Mrs. Lee, in a low, half] chokl'tlicc,, I
1J IoRI"lIou admired" 1 her, I had no occasion for' pi areil to demand pity; like the man who al.I the small fruits will furnish the breakfast and I :for the sudden change in tho girls manner :: their redemption ; not a line they wrote, not !I man, the doctor understands my case ex.
.
) no Jod. evening board with healthful luxuries. had fleeted her. : word they spake, coul bo recalled ; and V acty" I used to take six drams in a day,

L "TLou. said Hiram, timidly, flU must I Ilaspberries, btra wherries, and blackbcnies, I 0, yes, ma'ame.- badly. I Mary I so they perished ; light went out in J always wantetltwouore 1.!
e
Lccn lef
1.I: h.ltifcncd wjtli ti-, 'I match] r 'you lied Anlirrrp Rasjibcrry.-WTo hoar of be almost darkness and they were not remembered !
d may grown without labor, and I wrapped up in my thick shawl, tld a blanket The following is from a Dutch
have been hapj.y." magnificent returns of labor, land and capital 'itliduo attention their more than insects of yesterday. Will you I paper:
improvement quail wound all around her feet to keep them I DIKD-after a short illness
".crhaps I 1 fchouM. And for a long time 1 1could devoted to this pplendcd fruit Our horticulturist ty wi fully compensate[ for the painstaking warm ; but she was coughing thus live and die, 0 man immortalLh'! !I ,ning my wife leaving ]behind her yesterday three Infant mor V

aflbrd*_ xtravaKancCt, Iiiadtime in Connecticut, realized $800 for farmer wish their children to bo fond I from the cold air of the room." dca.Jful. for something. Do good, and l leave behind children. I In thy hope that her soul .

rt fg JJ ''JIJtiQn-.ul| my Evelina and I lIed a his last j-car's crop ; on half an acre, while! of home, they fJlUl nt least furnjsh them lvn't you a fire I" asked Mrs. Lee, Ina I you a monument of virtue.1. with God, 111t'Jot to inform customers pure that is
J.Ifclor Ih'c }'Car8- nut gradually 1 the huckster to whom ho sold them gained I with such Q&: Doctor do think my
.t Ugttrut grew V every journeyman mechanic quick, surpised tone you tight lacing is my store will be asII fui nished as formerly, .
) i,4's that Day after day I felt more and neatly as much more. ,OOO per aero is : would purchase' in tho large cities for Wo have no CO:1 It was to buy coal I bad for the consumption ( having confided asinees to I

1-JL.l1 ro fiia. J velina's vas'drinling the cup of folly A rather bl picking for an aero of SI:1 fruit; the use of hs family, particularly when ho that I wanted the Not at all-it is what it lives on." clerk-who i it r M'ly intelligent my, and principal well V _

e,ry gr-: hair: which ]browfri-htcncdme. Ev. but at present prices, this :0ount be r.1 h can do so : conparativejyhittjeFarmer .o t-1rorL'. Mrs. Leo btrck 10Ic. together, and I Tho doctors reply, was u'iso as well aswitty. versed in the bu.% ..-." as the deceased herself ,
fcijvcrcd
tho darkness of alzeJ..incrca.Agriculturist, t iaff an expression Of pain was about passing her, N, D. J-'rv'Ji com beef J juit received. V __ _







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Mr. Coob'a Inaugural Address. i To our action, tic eyes of il.e. whole coun T ISO' longitude CD, and all the passengers were The Administration sho\dng' its fla t on their P!alto tin. It that proclai ,

i 1 StQ'or: eil Il esrntu'rz's : try were directed, r.ndVnr !ftllow! citizens cvfy !I t iSLLAIIISSEI 1 Iwtt 'I Tho Administration Washington isc ejefin- world that between it and them there ms s 1

'V wLtre !t>toourujnvemeulsvith! anxiuus 5.-- '' its position. Speaking of the etc<&'oR3 "es etlilal diflVrnee Of gilplnn." i s R0 ,
In obedhnce to fie! popular voice+ of tVI i MICHIGAN EI.EC'rtoy--Detroit Jncj It

f tttr, I .'.j.; "err before y';i to-day to ::>&<;nnth > } solicitude. It was under these ciicuniliauees : ; j Tlie Democrats have elected their Governor in Ohio, New Fork and JfassachuseltsStfie{! istration is imio has( =first iUe to snppn t hat tw} r
slat called totneak.i cleared
duties nf the Kxecaiive; } Chair. We have Geoigia was upon .1 4.Rfpu&Hc, which is Mr.[ FiUmore's pec>il the ka v fur c
: and State ticket 10,000 declaration in the
by majority. tet6
1 and} her breathed ,
htrirpoSie voice a mingled manner
t
R SATITHDAY, KOVEHBER ere hate
bet i ed! gentlemen, to oar respective Ma* ( 15,1851.1Canneaca t '
c
the Union. 2nd of \hcr lnstor.. IK Nelson decided month-piece, says J, ed, and then put them
1,1 in the spirit of arfient demotion to f-Li _' "J- I -Judge forth in thl,

? 1 of turns oar at StatA.an intwwig In ail th?petiod d.er jiaUiienU: of history life, patriotic warning to its Northern frinds.Looking .- with the Gulf. 1 to-day the suit of the Mttho'.ist Church i{'! We deem it much to be regretted by all form, except m a deliberate P n[1'"e 71i t R

"'i ; w eh the impress of and great- IT the pact, and coadJerrig tie! rights}, The iilkugi'viilt) Recorder calls on the in favor of complainants. ]He decided that patriotic men that Mr. Yinton failed defeat somewhat! of the latest, then" c c
P stamp progress and interests that had been invohed in the the party which, under the joint lead and di-t and with a signifcan cc. to Int; ?, t
( i ta lend the put
new upon A peojJe, Ijfioj' uwujjtfs an cmfaent Georgia Legislature aid of the fa Church South is entitled to a full share mans a tr
jU rection of Wood, Chace and meaning< Univrl tips e
*'tsntest-she dangers and difficulties which( j i ( Gidding*, Pro- ; in (ie0id '
:1 posiiiun among her wsicr Ft.ites of (lie j had surrounded the country-and the inipor1j I State towards extending th South-Western I'of the Hook Concern, and, issued a decree }-.tires to aid the democracy in selecting and shore' (Inl 01) hi : aaI t ,

i :* Republic In agrirulture, that noblest pur j cant principles U|>on Which tlie final action of j Railroad; in the direction of the Gulf of 11cxI accordingly. i fleeting I Ij a President. \\'e shall! also deem it forewarned' that to support( this adii,

'r 1!' .;, taitofemHzadman.feh'J t'1110'r EadV.red yiJtl* the palm ProvMenec of soperi'irity j t'ne government: was based!, she sokmnly de- I ico. Says the Recorder, 311 that is aked j jis l3.tLTI51DBCer.. 7.--The Spanish Minister ( 1 a 'matter of deep regret if 3r.11"inthrup-the J'Whig t3to supPort !!fade, 11'throe, salt aNtra.i

by claredhr determination stand and abide candidate for the chief of arrd: It is cnoujrh.Heorganization. +t.
i to to that the State become a stockholder for magistracy
a
said have received
'r is to a
stab a salacious Mite aid JWlii* soil, uu ( at Washington
i Massachusetts should fail over1
the and final to
by Compromise as a permanent triumph ,
t"t clot the culture of her iiterprit3: citizens comparatively trifling amount, say S2oOQOO, from his Government which ia
a
I Bi'tti 'mnt of this dangerous and vital h- despatch purpo- the, infamous coalition of professed abolition-1 1 Georgia.:
t fthelauds forth t"re gfnewas rira! of uo furem in order to }insure the cocnexion of Georgia and Appearances[ continue to
1 its finality and faithful enforcement in ses liberate the American prisoners, its i and free soil democrats, who are strivingto favor t' e re

= [i' fri-'ers.-t amongst In manufactures her saccessful, and an-i thntealuiTiia livjiUh'.ui i : | ;!i all'I1 its part1?--constituting essential: elements with!! tha! Gulf of Mexico, and the great tropical to look over the insult and injury to the Span- reeled Gov. Bout+sell! ; and equally ai*appointed .' ganuation; of the Democratic park Li C*"**

: A :\;{*;, our ffeite preeiU: a picture which I lur S* OKime'id, : it to the favor and support ofi trade. This is a.considcration suHIcient i js!i Consul at New Of!leans, provided the : shall we be if the free soil and dern-i, "ia. The editor of the Albany! pur \- '
na
-widest: with i j herself and her sister States of tlie South. P.I itself to command: the energies of the: Leg- lug is sainted in that I f jocratic amalgamation anti merger in New 1 self a rnenibt-rof, llu !>>gislature i tsr
city.
contemplate Spanish
j tnlsamay J1aslre i. es
York should disturb the troy
!| Looking to the future, with reference to the ; ( Whig ascendency in i \
and gratification. The iilatnre. and its obvious importance to the under date tf the
youngest among us menaces of threatened aggression which had Letters from Havana received at Wali- that state" I 5th stir toot
ir.:ay remember the time when the walls of the'fi ] { State' conimerciilly, renders discu'sionorde- follows: tt
(; t beon so freely indulged i in,by portion of the' ja,ton accuse Consul Owen with making t This is explicit enough. The Administra-i
t factory wvre raised in oar State-and It be
i people of tbe North-and regarding tho tails altogether unnecessary. We have which caused ( may interesting the '
a- open- charges, against Mr.] Thrasher, lion is readers of*
to
prepared the
}in
n''tr section of it be the over defeat of
weep
every may seen Patriot know **
..--I dortion} of those measures against which she ed to our peopla the great west by our to umcthuD of tJt.| }p*,Itu
up that he had
(! .iy! iitrea'7! evidences of tae success tis arrest. Alleging propagated Yinton in Ohio, who was supported by the parties at this tini The ;soi '
her ?
raised warning voice ia the fourth resolu-! rarer. pu,
w'.tieh: has a'.u-n'ied; the efforts" of our eaerget- i lion of her convention-&s invidious blows State Road ; we have only to open to them the j reports that caused hU recall, being an ap- notorious Wade, ana all the free soil National stitutinna* Union Party is at an en l r.taetoa;

i; citizens i r i i.e! manufacture: of the great commerce of the Gulf to make the po: lionof j for that and that Thrasher is in limitation. It declare! a'.i
| aimed at her most vital interest she has pliant post ; Whigs in the State. The Convention ; in' its fjrraa'Jua

M American: ft. ; !:. The progress we have calmly, but firmly said to this maddened Georgia as far ahead of every other Southern damp dungeon in which live it was formed only to preserve, the Ibt t
t ; spirit a no man can a which nominated him the ertcv, ,
distinctly
nlatle for th? 1 ist few ia tops and other J I abjured t
years of fanaticism, thas far shalt thou go, and no State, and, A\ ith the exception of New York, month. of{ the government, and not to control (
f, b"aacbee rf ri.::rust,!clove, clearly foreshndo |late compromise, mea ures in the adoption of' Now {
the
farther Her taken with calm- rj danger to the exigovernment
thN (tell i ; > nfar distant ia the future, position was we might add every Northern State, as the j j Shaikie! has accepted the appointment; of the follow resolution peef.,
n ssin 1 1859 k has been reaffirmed with de-1 irg: : < i is by the common
+ ; '' t/p3e
tt v .! i.iik the most warm hearted Georgian could desire.
Irn amnn inoetraccc I
s-1.
1 t' ? [' liberation in 1 5I,-at.d I now renew the'' Cnrsn1.I i i ij Resolved' That, as the compromise mea- |; men of all parties past, and the oroa;, ,
ful of ,a ccturiny:, Mite* of the Uni rte. I ttf Middle Florida has a direct interest in the I Farwtll, (Whig) has been elected Governor recommended at an end. Those 'ho have JMilledgcville
\a, Ibevn pledge my hearty co-operation in maintain-} j sores mere not by a Whig Ad- w bf ent ?i k6fa
rin !
; }lass
:, !, i ErteE generous to t ; ins it test firmness and decision. improvement spoken of, and wa feel warrant- I of Wisconsin. ministration! and were not p-issed as party 't principle as Southern ]Uiglits in n.a-e
+r> : 'st"+vtlofthtsenatural adrantaser.
S : v Licit, ( a : :t'.tj tlie buiJs cf corniaercial! I tr; +rrgi t has thus placed herself upon a ed in pledging the aL( of our people to the NEW OSLC cS, Xov. 7.-Cotton is firm measures by Congress, perfect toleration ol"| now as Democrat, and only tick i rhatae .
r broad national and and in- opinion respecting those should b : carry out the professed prir;ci.Itsolj
patriotic platform, full amo.unt of their ability. measures e \ { twe1,
with sales
great; ; i this morning, of 3000 bales. Sales
i vitas her si=try States of the Union to standby accorded| toVhigs eI rr 'tchere.'' j cratic' (party, ant! tlni* preserve the .Li!

t' AGrd t:11: 1'se' evikneitlmt mark the i.er in the preservation of the happiest and By Telegraph. I of the week 32,000 bales. Total! receipts s to [i In the face of what the Republic a-j j the' States and the nnioa of the States. Tw1 alI

p-ogrcr.dtt: ; iit( of our pervle, to none, i the time this ear, 217,000; bale, against \ says shall do and the
'free-si government on earth--upon these great Xnw-YosK, Nov. S.-Cotton is unchanged, ;i present tt the i! we rP-anion of tbe d.iT.
.
s :tu1J Geo'.j' ::us: look vita gainst democratic candidate who >
more gratifies- I cf right and Her : 135,000 last vear. Stock on hand, weCI; party, on democratic
lica
jiineiples hundred repuf
justice. Polioe sales of the sixteen bah Middling
day >
tion- than : j (prl ;;j.j.'I
to tUoee which characterise tl confess has to make
( and principles look to the of the 220,000 against tSUUU !last: rear. several advances befu re pies in favor of democratic '
preservation assures,
acd eflurts of her j Uplands are quoted at S cents ; Orleans,'I i"S i 1 ift.
+ HTgy principal sea-port. I Union uur the mtiiatainance of the Consti-i his election can b"; a matter forie oicing with, j ant} National, is already ia progress bv
Linked and bound together as arc the differ $ cents. Tlie sales of the week have reach Catching at Straws. tt ccc-
lotion and vable. Ambition Southern democrat the mon sympathy ami consent and be
as one Ohio Stale ,
insrIlo canseek Journd: wiii;
f-'it' sec'ion's of $ her Under the head of "Northern 1tc tries ce-
our tate, by system of j 7 -
and nobler than the ed 11,000 bales. tarn to be speedily( eflVctaL{ !
no higher object, | tie! ;
leading Whig in that State
i it niol iiqprovea eiit we begin to feel more ; !" the Sentinel publishes the following1 paper emlorj j .Mr.
1 '
:.transmission! to posterity of this inestimable NEW-YOKK, Nov. 10.-Letters have beenreceived : licence "I learn that Colt, still cl-i: im3to bea
his
t-uly and ju.nly the of internet and ses soundness ia this! Ian
ideitity: ; unequivocal
r j! j legacy. .4 union of sovereign Staff, cement- \ by the Mayor of New York, from, ;> from the New York Express : \ democrat, and trill tr 'o unite irtth uiest4
fling which wiould exist between '
our njoun'f.!'\ d. by Constitution and\\ 'busses: : ing delegates (o th AVkww'tenfijit. / ,
: a diqpcmivg ryualify t It is (perfectly certain-that the Southern r trr to,.
t 1-JtiR and sea-burak It has made Kossuth, which were written on board the '
It us neigh *!justice to all its mcm'Jersa Constitution coal- j: Whigs will never act with the Xor hen! ; THE COMPROMISE ix OHIO.-Ths main I learn that .Mr. To>>iiU: is al.o

( j rrs it in distance-It should make us nd
:i ; results=rcfit and fetfliag. In coutenipl.ittngse men! of revolutionary memory-a union- j pellet! to go to London on business of impor- ,'' I promUe, l'il! =, meaning mot eI jtecially, the hereafter the watchword of the Democratic ,' platform., He is uncertain of success, and

( ; l from oar rail-road erterp irerrr whoe flag floats npon every breeze-is port ]1 i lance, and that he should lease England for J Fugitive Slave Law-and, therefore, that this parly in U' io. The success of tlvit party i.z'[ consequently( ( his followers here are b 'Ua'
should! }hi
|} atire : enhance by the reflec ored in every land-and regarded throughout j remark this( Slate this fall gires ihcir endorsement to dark as to their future course. lie
lion, th jit it I Ic the almost exclusive work of the United States on tho steamer of the fcth.He ";' u a ea';
the world the emblom of "this Even should date fur the United
as constitutional j measure. they succeed j ; States Seast.'
uri and
That a.Icice will h'f
dividual! efiart and much for the kindness tht blow the Viliijj party to atom,
private capital. Hie freedom.: 'Hie maintainancc of such a Con expresses gratitude i,' ly by a plurality vote, it give to every item v f, !success or defeat will! determine ths pulses! '
tat road constitutes< the -is to be understood, as saying 'We
i only exception ttlusgeneral o stltution and the preservation of such a Union, i shown Lira whilst on board .the Missis- their| creed the prestige of success. They i course of himself and his followers"
remaik. 7"! isworkin Northern Whigs will not then act with ,
its oricin is worthy of the united and untiring c-flbits u f! sippi. Capt. Long and hisollicers deny that you kn u and ic.ll: not deny that (h? ma'-ntenance\s\ The Union alias W big
g ere protiiisa cif i;.seat adviait frt s to tae 'trite, Southern Whigs. We Northern Whigs v.ILL press are ticket-
pr tHoiJc men :North and South-East ar111'c d j i dillicultvvlntevcr had occurred between of the Comprarnise, 3 it stands, it one f 3Aei r i
'
i'i deivopi;< tiMttsonrc <3 of the vast and in-1 any we reply-WE WILL There are thousands Iy opposed to this re-organization, and soie
| t-worthy! of their bert energies aid pur-1.1! i f rruri.'e ineusures, while they trill alert titre
t.-resriwfr section of country through wiiich i it i J est devotions. Assembled here in the |j and l Kos&uth. I and tens of thousands of u?, that t+ i1l. They 'the\ election, } r of them (the Macoa! Messenger for instance!
as before
Capij j tev"v now alert iho t
|'iH-es?+ -awd i i fomung tin moo important tol of Crc('rgia-around her time honored and! j I' Tlie steam frigate .Mississippi, -12 days who choo-e to go on another! I5ulT( ilo hunt' !, that! is not a Whig measure." j; continue the insane and foolishly ridiculous
liu'-f: ;. tl f will fare Van IJuren I'd in his furma-
coaoer : : ; western waters tihh: the i ,just :; ( ,
C'jnFf cn cd :altar, Kt us unite in one com-1'I 'from' Gibraltar, has arrived, with -12 Ilunira- IJut the Whig Administration of Mr.[ fillmore charge! of eli.-union*' against those who
Stlmltif (' ) : -t. Iu the icalization of these Ii i lion of a Buffalo sectional pirty. : op.

::Itit'( w" find Ample comj*n tion !' moo prayer dial this lo the tbr.great Ruler of the Uniri, refugees. i j From the haste with which the Whig organ exceedingly re-grets that .Mr. Vintondid-j ; the election of Colb. Cat we aregkl

f.'rtli,' 'rand caj; hal I which have ben in- ,' verse may Le- perpetuated to titutita our latest and this Union 2 An arrival at lin&ton today brings advices .I i catches at this straw floating on then; succeed in overthrowing a party in Us'l ) j j to see that two or three! of the more respect.i .
posterity.
r : tot i: t'' iii.,| ,itant enterpi-e. It now j _|_|LI| _.,JO _,, -.: _, from Portau Prince to the 23d: Septem- Northern it is whose watchword in the election was-" Th !; able prints of that class now admit that the
d.1 i., :::t '.t rni-afcuie the} fostering I1 Arrival of the Ealtic. had ,( wave Whiggery, quite tip '' '
upon her to .car's !
Soalo-pic; agreed a } truce '> maintenance of the Southern Rights party in Georgia did not de
( :.e, .. d Ju'l; taelrt, Ud unberfdirf'tuu j Urn YOKK, >ov. 9.-The! statn hip Dal-f I {parent that it is [preparing itself to abandon \ compromise as it stands. i j'
; ,'r:. tie} armed tis! with the ominican=. II f |; It would seem that the administration i sire a dissolution of the Union in the Ltd
< nn p:(LIufti f-s of the jn'njie, morning. The steamship Afiij' I j the sentiment, so just in them.elres"con- prefer

t,. re ; i: { :ut nent lucncntnnt of Ih ca got ashore off tiflfa-t: but wa not injured, The House of }Keprcsentatives att'uenos !I' twined in Gov. 1 frown's letter. We are sort ed the adoption( cf the principle( espoused by ,i i election. We thought the truth would corae

ixkt ., i cist cf t.a. ltsiotic pr<,jcc- i I laud anivtd at Liverpool on the 2th. I Ayres }had tlected !lobar Governor for life.- i!' for thi?. We had hoped to see a little independence '- ;' Yinton and the w bigs of the State that on the out after a while.

1''rQ. Cotton for the week ending on ]''ji'.lay,2'llh i! Gen. Oribe is considerctl a traitor.! j i compromise i I The Federal Union makes t} foltocri
11'1 t' Oct. | in our nei hhor. Were the: South measures perfect toleration off rb
: 'ttinn of lns was in fair demand but the maikct
: our people thus was Still Later.=The latest accounts Stat remarks
F i l:: en '( .! widich reteii! >iic enema- ii' j wcfck and irregular, account of the holders e. eni Whigs to stand up to the rack! they might opinion should Le accorded to wbigs every- upon the same subject:

it i t ,t rw" a"'' x af, national weclthtlc=vltavt*no t !j prs.iiig their blocks, and a decline was subwittod ( athat- I Kosfcuth had sailed from Livcrj ocl on T be the maii5 of opening the eye of the connty here." i|. The question upon which the Southern

t 1 b f-n i i i '':'; of that iinjtoitant mid pnra- to of { a\A.\ Sea Inlands was scarce Saturday, >Sth inst. j ji t as to the real position of the Northern j'' lint the administration hopes that New k Rights and the Union parlu-s were formed, ,

tunt,: .", -'lie education of their sons and and dearer. Sales of the week 10COO bales i, NKW-YOKK Cotton Maiki-t, Nov. 11.=The ;; York and Massachusetts will have been finally settled, and forever rut to
-
t +!au4: -. }it is indeed a grateful spectacle of which Speculators took ".000 and expor-, : was quiEt yesterday. Sales 1500'r j'! Whigs as a party. It is generally conceded j' come out of the rest by the l :nj.le. We consider that tbe

1 i tell :t.r r! uirliout the! Stat, the iucreas- ters GOOO. 'Hie sales on waturaa} .Monday, that, w ith rare exception, they are totally! contest right side up. Well-the other day a mission of both parties is at an end and lothj. !!
i ii ; j jj bales }prices, are feebly supported.100 casks (i[ union took place in: New York between h ave passed and ceased to exist, niA;!
i""r > t t i-'iBift'ikd ,it tlicinteresting and j ,! Tuesday and Wednesday were 7,000 bales : [ rotten on the subject of slavery, or the boa f- the away
i ., '. of which J j Carolina !lice brought 'J to .8|. i iI Wooly Heads the issues that created them. Things that
.IjVOJII'K -1.: tret In a tree gwcnuneut !i2c Spc-rulators took 5000, and llx\tor-\ j j autoes of the Constitution ha\ing reference or Sewardites and Silver >
t all lets COUO. The JlU'clions in 3rrssuclursHfs.-the returns ;| have alreday} transpired wifhin a few days,
\ ; )powerwnan the pco.nui. ,- market was extumely dull 1 I, | (;rays. Of course a of ,
( i to Mr. Toomb treaty tea 1'
slavery. 3
peace
; ? a distinguished
*1 I--1! .,t too highly (Miniate tlie irnjor- | and l pices: were in favor of but rrF. The 1 look unfavorably for the Whigs. Winthrop! l j ; nada and and indications of what will! soon take pace[
i" between
1 tii< e ' prew throughout Uiclatid, pure arc Uplands, >I ; Middling! It 1 loses ,r>00 in loitoi! and oOO \Vorcetter.. t I
1 I" ;ntt> turd Wtligutt'iu-d ntind Those who i t 4'' ; Infc.ior and Onlinaiy, ;lig;I a1 ; l Titir Or- I j ; speaking of the Northern aitiIavery sent I l- jl! the (provisions of that treaty? Henry C1a}>f that the old Wi r, party has lieen revived ia

t h i'll: lance U ttithi-i the power of every eon leans; ."%| ; isrliug. 4 11-1C. 'ihe sloe The j Coalitionists! gains ten members of the! i ij m eat, says : j i in' a letter which was published in the Senti- all its \igor; ant! with more than its unciect i ii

r.:.-I 1 jiugliir? of deorria t'l preeno the bet!,-'was'' ctUiiiatfd at .rj2
< it
)1', among the noblest l en'-factirs goods and yams, nnd prices are lower, buj'- j+ a majority in the Wisconsin !. 'ielaturc. 'j! every non-slaveholding State in the Ui.ion.- the of e'that' professes to be governed by Democratic
v. State Let oar united efforts be ersreEtiicting their their necessity essentially modifying theft u-j j principles, to rally, around the time-hnnoted 1
directedi' J purchases to iiniuedi.ite Illrctions: in ,Maryland. 1a Democrats, )It is thoroughly denationalized and sections 1 :
.'ler tlte Iilc' :-'in, cf Providence to the COH- waiits.KosMith j r I'izea' and w ill never make another national gitive Slave law !-and the New York Timest flan of Democracy, which ha< so often; led DJ

t ''I'tiniation of lis! great ol-ject! the education arrived at Southamton on the 2 1d t', have a majority of ten in the Legislature. coulee.h ." declares] that on no other platform could the/to( victory. State Rights Southern Rights

of, t the heart aud and 'I: anJ a strict conit-uction of the contituior: 3
minds of tie] was received the
by authorities
people. municipal j Now, in such an undeniable and lamentaible Whigs hope to carry the State. In this yes ,
To our ham-! gcutleuten, for the time beii'r and an immense asembigv.! lie was & state of affairs, it i is for the Srnti; SewarJ ii is.; Democratic Let that holds
has drepsed the wrong j party. man
a
every
confiding by
people coininiikd ihese i Mayor, and responded(: 1 in a Minister has demanded, under instructions, j j1 '
t ; \ : ious tutd irnfiortant iiUnr1s of the State. address, which was brief, eloquent and : | nrl, which} h regardeil as the special organ : apparen.. Indeeel, everybody will concea j ( these principles no with us. Let bygoncs1j

1t'<* should ctitr, upon our dtities, with a cu nfi'Mi j p
I nt>ss of il.<' ('( } -mj-ihility we have as- try tetcatt. ;llr. Cubden, and nanny dish!t- J I invite the Spanish 1 Consul back to New Or- '; itsElf to bo deceived bv such (decentious and that State-and therefore, when the adminis-|i this, cause we unfurl oar flag and nail U ta

>a ned, nttd a dett-rniinjilnu! M to tli-chnrgei guialied gentlemen on the :lth. During !his I, 'cans-that we bring him in .an: American, na-; ** | tration expresses a hope to see the | the mast. We expect soon to tee a Democratic -
;. ; ill} it there tart in [ \ fits!' in (Southamiou }he the l val altogether unauthorized language as it quotes whig as- Convention composed of Delegates
..n may: the puu'ivniia1{ was guest of the! vessel, and on his arrival salute his Con- maintained in '
New
I.-1 ) Just. cause to regret the trust that has btenj"irised Aijiei ican Cuufcul. He reached London ; from the Express: and presents to the Whigs ceneluncj York, it conn- ; from e/err part of the State assembled, winch
un-! ulatc atid that
f> we restore his effects and ;
in m. Nor expected! ) !' of Florida as law and gospel. The Whig tenances the cheat and snare" concocted by shall give force and direction to the Deniocratie -
;
+t preniiemcn, is the pr ; } early cu .Monday morning, ami j ( f
If i those of other SpanianU destroyed by the l l ; j |! Scward at and afterwards ;, party in its futare RtOre'ment3Ja tho
< .t a PS There Albany, ratified
fnterefeting period, when considered was cotisequently! no popular U>mon-1 I 'j organ h should> know that the Express is not by ;'

j ,1 i reference to our federal relations. Our Ktration. Loid 1'ahi.er.ston hud r.iade known II 1 mob at New Orleans) ; end ii: the event of'' the exponent of the Whigs of New York !: the entire whig party in their Convention at residential, campaign which is about to

K-deral is !I lus doire to receive Ko his demands refused he j o P en. We have not space for farther remarks
gtiremineat i-iith i beiiig Srracnse.I
now-pagfcing throughnn \ unoliici.ily.: or neglected, .
| ;
i it is only authorized to speak for the few i in i | on this shall
at
ordeal, which s may justly be! icgatdit d! fie! would return to Southampton iu time to'' the Spanish Minister, has been instructed: to \ I I important subject present, we
the seMPresttir'fit to which }it has ever been partake of a splendid banquet ii: the Town demand his t the city who are not under the direct irf!u., Are things{ any more promising in ever! discuss' it more length! hereafter."

subjected. In the i"u(' is involved not only Hall on Tuesday. The s fctcnmsl.ip! MisM kipjii passports. !once of the arch! demagogue Scward-the! f faithful'' Massachusetts? Not a whit Tlie'! I' Northern "

orown peace and) happiness(, but the solution with mu&t of tlic' Hungarian exiles sailed! Mr. Webster refused! to comply} with the i;j ;idol i of the Whig masses in the Empire titct?. '' Whig Convention affirmed the New York '!j The New York Trilune Acquiescence., the most infint-! i{

of thnt great problem, which has i j from G'ibialtar on the 1.1th for New Ministers tort mode-it t demand. i I
York. Sewaid
"
engaged w J *" i J If it wishes to }present to its readers a correct Silver-Gray "cheat and snare, re'tie fist! in the enti.e Nor&
much oftlie time of the ablest and I In France had (nieral! Xetts.=The h paper we presume
a new been
purest men, Ministry formed!: war in Hayti ls "
and truthful idea of the sentiments of t1 the and '
sending right duty of r'
t4io have : every rote thus talks to the little knot of
lived { iutriguerW'f
the
ever
capacity of man for.jCoihiu, Attorney General ; Turgot 1 !ForeignATail's been brought to a close by tho }intervention! (
self gnrrrtnnt nt.t / : (Girard, ]Instruction ; (Jassabianca; \\rhifj\ parly in New York, it should quote: 1 to agitate for the modification and repeal i as it terms the whig gentlemenho proposed

t At the commencement of the latt f untrre sP Commerce ; StArmand, ICar ; Fortoul, Marine of the. Knglish, French and American nation*. 'J i j (from the Times, the Tribune, or the Albany 'the fugitive law. To cap the climax an to act with Southern whicc. Let it not b*

the country was convulsed with bitter ; Hloiulcl 1 iuance.US Mr. Gardner I low land of the firm of (How- j show Southern 'I
a sectional Evening Jurnal-papers which control the whigs how anxious they are to'Ii f forgotten that Horace Greely, the author of

controversy, growing out of the institution From tJtf Florldn land & Appinwall is dead j |party and reflect its sentiments. The} Tirl rs :act with them on the basis of Gov. Brown's t this language reetivedwi'1
of Ifs1tlilira>' one was
slavery, as it exists in the Southern year ago
Doctor Croswell !
1 RtatoP. The allest ]heals were appalled with!! Troops in Florida-Tbe Indians. an eminent Episcopalian' !' j has replied t to the very paragraph[ the Sentinel 'j letter 1 they nominated for Governor Pobe rt J' all the honors by the New Y'ork Legist-
minister died iu his York
the magnitude of the danger that Ihrcatthedthe There aie now five companies of!the U. S. pulpit} in Nts\v on' | swallows from the Erprcss, and it ought to[ 'i j''C. Winthrop, the notorious( author of the !it tore then in session :

integrity of the rejMibiic( -and the stoutest Troops iu salt Florida. One, is at Pease Sunday las?. have given that reply so that its readers'' Wilmot Proviso in its modern application, thejis For within the verr
our own part, living
hs arts .faltered It nndf iW bo the weight of responsibility. Creek at,Indian three at river fort, and!leers oue, at Cailoosahatchione St.! AugtUiue.!e, Two of the principal witnesses in the Chris- might, b3 able to sec how the Whig world i i j'I! 'bitter opponent of the majority of the comJ J shadow of the temple r wherein the good Cotton ;
\M
this oafs-i'n to revw the history inapp-opriata of 1 that ton Col. Winder h in command: : at Fort Mycrs i ; liana outrago escapes from prison. really wagging We were kind enough last j I I promise measures, and the unrelenting foe |-J I i 'is worshipped, we defy the priests wno o'i'of -
lfa
pry anti thtcutiMiing' Cntroversv-nor would- Maj.-, at Indian Titer, and Capt. Clay Le Commodoru Shubrick has been appointe I Inspector week to copy the Times' article and do it '[ 'the fugitive law in particular Now, here ;1 crate at the altar ta do their wurst souls we
tell them that from the of
't i oecehsarilv refresh % our m?'nories with at Augustine. of Ordinance, and Commodore Moris ( again though we do not expect to receive any wo have a clear and unequivocally announced depths our
many ]hate ami abhor Human and every
of its painful refl'Ciotss-but, : there are 1 IPScous life (learn from an ofiiccr on tho line that Chief of the Ordinance ilurcau. thanks for it : progratnma that the administration is institution, i law Slavery, the 'mot
or whereby (
all the Indians usage
and are within their _
admouittOMS bounda-v.
\\io drawn from itsoousidoration Bowlegs \Yc Northern 11'higs'says the Express, j ed to coalesce and act with the avowed app)- :and feeble are racked and Lisht-d ta maker
which cannot ba too deeply. D fiequentlyi6its the} postal 1 i'ort 1 Additional by the Baltic. { i the
s trill act with of the South them minister the and of
vents of conciliation and to luxury
i harnian
Myei-P, where there i is you upon yottr the pomp
Says
tint forcibly a trading house }
imjiressed the Niw 1
upon public minds coinc.times YOHK, Nov. 'J.) -At the latest dates ; tbtwe
of UK accompanied 1 by, as as of ;j own terms. Exact from us the pledges you !I Washington Union wealthy and ro+cerfiil. We tell them

t This country.threateuingifisae! his rata He l himself+ quite many at home,and thirty from !Home: Pope Pius was dangerously ill, and desire, and thousands and lens of thousands i It is all clear now why the President saM, feel that the soil we tread is dese; 3ti'<.

.. ,' lo n close ia our national was}ultimately brought; l lieaceablydisjMif, ctl. fan Jones never makehis H-ems! a minor prevailed that he was dead. I of us will vote for your candidate, neverthe-1 i through the Republic-with certain declarn- the air we breathe polluted, by the ic lub1slavehunts
Icgkhturo !bv the
juloption of a series of measures familial, appearance, being; almost sIt nperannuat fed. AI Havre, on the 22d, tho Cotton market 1 less. We anti doubt it. Certainly, we rte v- I i I Ier lions of his opinions stereotyped at the heat! j I which an ill! considered ."'Miipsr.*",
expressed opinion at variance with it. of its columns that 'made when our fathers were themselves r>
Lot legs declares that his any declarations ;
Lnown the the as explicit >
to country as the Compromise.- quitting cur n- was active ; sales, 22000 !bales. The s stockvas
TJiat Comjrnmifeo based try is out: of the question; ho is prepared to lint what will become of the rest of the party I were not to bo deemed pledges. Had the( ([ 'tually slaveholders} compels us not to op-

.i.if fwinciples-was'Hie first upon two inipoitant i die on the ground, and if war is mado \ retluced to 1:,0(10( bale. Does the Express believe, or can it profess to compromise declarations I been, so taken, they i i j 'poserby any other than a moral re Utince.We .-*

t great American doctjino of tlio iccognied light of tt the him, ho will have satisfaction of putting upon the l Austria denies the right of France or Engandto believe, that! all the 11'higsorcuouolr ol them would have precluded his predetermined snp- tell them that we trill HO. be instrumental -

peojJe, in the organisation of their State every whites ashy all over the territory and will interfere iu tho German Confedera- to carry a single large Northern State would port of Seward, Winthrop, and Wade. It is ( in forcing back into bond.- ge those who

(to determine for themselves whether govcrnmentR ;give; them! at (cast a bit or seven } car's war t1U11.es stand upon any such platform, I If any such: clear why the UufFalo ahutition-letter was republished have escaped therefiom ; but while w*

t or nut they wouJ! liavo the institution of in hunting his small I parlies out of'the forte (tlcilge is exacted, we repeat our convictionhat and defended. It was to show i would dissuade all from \iolent resistance to

slavery as a part ofth<'ir social BUS and Bvvamjis. Copt ]flake of Alaliama is The Pteamfehip Canada, destined for Ii il- 11'llias enough will desert the ticket to that ourjlag was still there" any legal mandate, we will ourselves cheerfully
system-ajuineiptu
1 dear to every republican heart, nnd now attempting( to fulfill a contract made with! | "'"X, left immediately with the Africa's mails defeat the Presidential candidate by an over1wlu 1 1'ut tho administration has left nothing in go to prison or bear any penalty wfcica

one upon which rests the whole fabric of Ainerican thy Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the and passengers on the23th, and'reached here + lining majority ; and that's what wo call i i j ;all this matter to inference. After having our refusal may invoke, rather than aid tJ

i inititations-thus repudiating that 1 peaceable removal! of the tribe for the fixed this tnorning. blowing tho Whig party to atoms/ Others ; thus, through, its organ, avowed its full copcration !i 'consign an innocent fellow-being ta perpeta-
sum often thousand dollars with may not regard it in the same light. with Seward, Wade and I 'al bondage. We tell them that a very tar;
other tloctiino so justly odious to the jxoploof ,! seven him- -- Winthrop,j
the Soulli-of the right and] duty of ConKreM area and fifty additional for every Indian he Mississippi Election Let the Express understand that these are and their party allies, it thus proceeds, in the j proportion of our frIlotv-citizens determination share out\

t to reject a State applying for admission i gets to go. It is supposed there are about) Gen. Footo is elected Governor simple speculations about contingent even '.3. same article, to "exclude the conclusion"1 convictions and emulate our *
i hundred r by about We nothing whatever about the that and that the limo is not distant when no nia
live
jiilo the Union, because lior Constitution tolerat i Indians in the country, of whom say justice or any such cooperation could have taken life
Ii Hl the institution of sl.ivrry. The other- about ono hundred ami fifty are warriors. eight thousand majority. All the Union can- propriety of such action as we predict Our place if there were any essential difference of (and much less a woman) can be hunted tt'hea

Tho Indians I didatcs for Congress elected. position is simply that of look between beast of through! Free States,
cardinal principle( of tho Compromise report that the last year has been arc a journalistic rr- opinion the administration and these a prey ol
recognize on ; and from that point of view tho field three leaders. known to bo guilty of no crime but that
the Constitutional obligation to deliver unusually Etckh aua the mortality among in- In Illinois the Democrats have been suc whig Tho Republic says, anaSafety
Vjj our fugitive slaves, when they | fat may escapeinto is exacted by the South, no Whig President cell understand Committee! if you mean to silence
t the uon-fclavehnlding :Status &. ;1:1 curlulrutgcutleuarr, In New-York upon ichat good reason men
the -
--a duty exprefsly once riding towards Whigs elected a majority be elected adverse to Slavery and SlaveboWthe
imjw&od by tbe letter nf (he Const a fortilicd( town in England can ;notwithstanding the determination can continue to co-operate who essentially dif utterance
began to of the State officers. The Democratshave of the thousands and tens of thsans' in 'm Free States, your task is LarlJly jet
opinion.
fer
Zion, ant! l1e cj-furcnuc,it! vftruich is essential' fear the {gaies:: would <>o shut before he reached mD "
tl& the it and of a majority in the House of Assembly for whom the Express speaks. It m may Thus, then, it that the administration begun !
to vcrmiti ucg of n fiubiir.! After tho enquired( a market man whom he appears -
I adoption of this r.djMMment by Congress, cir. mot, whi-thcr, he could pass .it the gate. 1 In the Maryland Legislature tho whigs bo! that some think it desirable to exact HOOf cannot co-operato with those from whom (&- Judge Caskie's majority over B ott3isaPtho

{ t cain! trances i Joiposed upon ihopeople of Gcorjgla spools think so," rej(.lied the man, surveying have a majority in the House. C pledge nevertheless, and at tho expense it "essentially differs in opinion" It Richmond District is 4SS. 71e'1i en: ti*

li i i, : t Ui6, initortant l[ duty of prcnouncing the him attentively, "for i saw a load of hay pass The fchip Oregon from New York, bound defeat nut the: two with that in wo have nothing to do. pears, also, that it can co-operate, and does delegation in the nest Congrcw stand* J a*

vfl first ttitloiitaliv ju-lgioent- upon it i(. }in this morning., ot our judgment, are inseparable. avowedly co-operate, with Messrs. Wade, democrats to two federalists same as W
Jamaica
Kingston trunk .
in latitude 30
v Seward and
Winthrop, and their Part, and i last Congress..D .




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ce'1ingly[ Self-Contiadictory." HAEHIEI? Land, Negroes & Stock at Auction. LLOYD'S' e -
I in tilt litt C.a1Ld n DAGUERRJANROOMS. In Chancery.IX .
IhoDO Ie ) ; I5ih
December
,::4t the *ti to u4a111 thy put aul answered by the cJitor, in \\hich Lc by the Rev. S. P. Ilicbard, Mr. WJLUAM G. OS plantation cf Jolm S. Isk-r la-xt, Il-tj will, the be follow pi.luI atthe SKY-LIUHf GALLERY. LOX CIRCUIT COURT,

l i dlaitl 11w s olilo1iit.t'c; in the following words : FA UN'SVORT1! 1.if TLnaauriHe, Ga.,to ilis EJI MAJ. ing property! David G. Ranvy and Harriet France his Wife, Exe'
nmmnrdIru Storm Open from tors vt Latimcr Arrawtead deceased
rlfi daily ,
"i OVER ,
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ATWELL V
v* ..iiiin:: '' And if in doing this, any body should of thi cit.J'ruin ) atr 'o-f.1.nt1, : IL to 1, 1'. M. rf.

1 way peeuliarto itselfola 'exceedingly: rich,' or exceedingly the 40Lea-dof ( iftl Oc.ober 18, 1SSI. 41 Eugenia Armi tea ,. Allwy( SlutcInteresting1 R'ysor. of Marcus
A.
AnnMrsd deeea-'ed.
1iii 40SO( ,
; ;:u1:thc d4igs of it*; '1j' cf.eonrra Octory, it will Ic those K-/<> feu- to Planters, Paimers, Gardeners l 4' SItp]j.ri, 4 "NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTifiNG. U'NDER the Order of the Court fn the above cnti-

eh i: *8 *" It jreseit iflbtuce,ofiust ii onthx were raving against the Compromise &c., &c. 40') buvlicls Of Corn.Al '- % the follow inn lands In-longing to thee
l'>' *'*' '* QfIll trnlb na *UU8 its cg "\\'e Invc wwK-.timi-s h.-nrd it kedYill inventions .n. riuitatiou Uteittfis. Tcinn made known en 'IIE subscriber h now r-veivinj; a large and *i>\rniida lat pnrtrerhip firm rf L it M. A. AnnStcad, will

5w.! ']', *P '"u1i the 'ii1L cs on outrage upon the CcnilitutiGH, and never cwit }" \\\ Jlunlj not, slthouirli it anu*twm tia..- of a1e. 1 x>rtm of Vail]| aiol \> inter KtaUj made b j offered fur sale at Public! Auction, to wit :
t kuewll to < tolhji, in CLOTH CLOAKS. L in Leon
'* that tJm! nIiuy ron-isthi. part of Lving County :
''er; n fetr inortfAf thereafter were proving to or. :genius of i.ian had reached] it* uldnia A ROWLES. Auctioneer. '
in'v' Vfl-k Democrats did nu? ix- t1i ut." In n notice which >ccupied a h November 15, 1S51. 45 5t OVER CO.t'I'S of different dr.-cription. F.laek an.! The E. of S.-c. 11, the S. W. J and the W. J of 4.

ilipOW l!( gtnihc a par?ii and suppari a candidate on Iker sometime place ournJnmtn -. Ilrown IVeM and Frock C\Kit* ; Cloth, Cax-imere, the N. W. j of Sec. 12, T. 1, R. 2, N. a o
:" ; we sx-keof the
e incidentally
I roMF" $"li8 at t4{ ""*'""! f OI" b gii r> of the compromise." Iron Feucos ui.inuf.ictured by Mr. John V)*icker-l am.of Fletcher Institute. Tw.-ed. S-itinott and Blanket, SACK anti otln-r BUSINESS .V52.il l I.h( O acres, lying near the plantation cf Julia

: w i t1, <>x* ) Xew York lIE Annual ExaTainrti : COATS( ; Clotli. Wiucre, Tx esd n: d Sat- ParkhiH, &q.Al .
Ji Ihn.1 Jimwaw city. A trip, n few weeks to a : Irtitf"001 Now which is the most jujo T iiutt PANTS ; VJi5T3 of qualities and tst. the E. $ of the S. E. Sec.
: v exceedingly selfI pt(' of tliecoun'rv0nre they nre in nru, nti1 1 amore minieJKt! on Tlrr.SDAY, tlia J'h i.f December, btyv.u. I. 9. V. J of the S.
rciiw Ui. tu coti'Jnuu' four All cf vhich have Injun manuf ictured from the late W. i of Sec. 10, and. the N. W. J of Sec 15. all in T.
I \i itto
e anfr7Iic1or;,, those who submit to the will recent hi* factory ti rtifv our enriushty, day TIw Annual: Mertii f>f the
this ftir -t and mo-it desirable! inater l.s, nf work run n.-hip sn- 1. R. 1. S. & E, :320
US la I anl of Tra-tccs containing acres, adjouuiur land
: ; tfl1I$ i'liliwcd o will take
such fl in to -peak more at len Ui of thi veri' place ei W ElN ES DAY. :
., : ; /: !- Our <,,f the iaj iity, or an editor who has been uefu'' invention. The Iron Fences are Buitel for anvectiin tht! 1 fit ll. It iu exn-ctetl| a Scrnum i will be .Mchc l p >ri V- Ia a :SolLtberu p3ii4 the pr will i be otfiTfd fur ulf at a small advance on the cost, I ,
of the un i-ubjoct of Fltj.v\tion. J
for months and c.nd but uiirru d Li1'r i
SUNDAY
right INI
by wrong, by any country, w n' or the 7tli, tli-
pl the Xctr Caih Stvr. S. W. of
4 See.
Cioihimj 2)
corrvctrti and much of
luleivrt in lwig : M-arcc, thy must Ix/rtmie indiffwTi-able, for once III Tltuir.iaville. The fri'-n.k nn 1 patrons of the Institution *o the E. of
1 means: rallying his columns universal W. T. J1ITCHELL.Novrmlicr tlie S. XVan eftimu' W.
through .tt1 Sec/2
!
a 4 S. E. of ?
1- 4h : : the two pat t* iti buT ilt, they serve ivit only eTtuay!! to secure tli* are respectfully ii.Mted to :itt -ii-J. ,
Li'
.i 1, 1831. 43 tfB a* wa allotted to L.
'IJ'' :a* : Bupjwrt cif the comprom:*', hailing converts )lla. o.r whatever el-Jo th.y ir.closn.! agaimt the four P. 1'. SMITH. W. Braueii Armistead in a partiti- with II.
known
tWt 1Lv. ; ta: 'nt.i, iiciue 4c with shouts footed futtujer but will List a litt- ti.ue nnd in n \ coaliscingith democrat? Collector's Sale. acres, all in T. 2. IL 2. S. .t II
Tlioma Ti3e!!
; 1itinel' to the fad save thi-ir o.riti.il; w '.t ii; extra cnipc. rau-od on G.-u, NiAeniU-r 15, 1831.15
j ) ( I and cliutiting in an apparent sanctimonious the laivJ n-uallv ie
; Cu,.: ". I cltdtion1 p ft iif It v >uld] refj.iiie more tl.an the e.nnline.l l ha- STATE OF FLORIDA : levied UJMWI, an J will ex >oe for sale, bef.tre thv' Lind!, granted by Congress to Mary Dwe., and by
l'c;' rtiai'i! the( ihc-mfi ofUiujn afczr months her as.-iiriied to L. Armi. L
: tea
i Court HOIHC _
door
in
1'f thu.jy of Tailaliasscc the
e Us1f11 gaul 'iiv < 1. 'U a Day "
.iss and
The above
' : thrftftcrn raving against" a proposition to (baiL (lift wire bLri.! a<> well Bjied will IHJ offered fir sale before the Court

< .1,. f___4 .. .I Lsv t.uId kni remove the WIIVB from thn t telejoap'1' J* *tKThe rapidity property, or ,o much thereof as will be sufficient to !IIou
I'l''R it tboe '1i I of nnsw: a party and support A Candida on too. tritb uiiirli they can iw ptt i up. i is auiot'ir-r BY THOMAS BROWN, pay the State and! County Tax s due then on for the ber next

: .... 1rt i !' ih1 bad: of the compromise Does it not !.r eat l sien! tum.that must materially enlfcUice their (ivctriior vf so! I Ftt't*. year 1R51.: and all incidental expends, to wit :

.. '. > -" |! Ljs j value in TVT'HKUKAS, For the AH th.it tract or parcel of Lnd known as Forbes' II. Lying itt Gadcrt! County :
L
laid hotter
cnjioclilly uc\vly out forms anJ pLuitu- : ; 5: observancei
I I.K.] :
as though! after all the ink :: Lot No.
spatteiingof Purchase within Leon 5 iti frac. Sea 26 nnd Lot Xo.
'' ciu-Hli-t z tit it3. 44j.;. of an am-ii-nt ami j-ums custom, it has County, containing 14i',7M ((5G acre,) 1
US W.Jbc
,. 1I'; 1 T ii: -I i the l MippiMt of the compiomibe was not cxi'iJy ben Mifpfi-sted to ii'c by the public functi' acre*, more or less, said to belong to the Ap.iLichicoa! in (rae. Sec. 35 ((155 acres) all in T. 3, IL 7, X. t W,

i' t t.ut\froiujj.: j tiie aim I This don't appear to he 1 EAX.JI.IV LfH>,. N >. ft, I. O. 0. 1', 'rinrii'S of M-ver.d of theNter nu-ml>er$ of the Con! Land Coinpanv. known as the Aspala: town site.
*. *' I-J tint P. McRAENY Moo, S. W. 1 Sec.; 25 H('V25-inO' ) ) acres,) Lots No*.
8 1 I ** x rv j 114C f'-ow promise1 uir.l lTuioii, the! cx.eMr11b Qiixwyiv. 1831.Al federacy thn Ia.t Thursday n the month of N<>- ,
Tax Collects 3 aniS, and! W. | of S. W. 4 of Sec. and
t I1'I lver.8rv C1 .bra i'n o.fFran- vc-mhi-r br Bnnnall/: apart as a of ThinksSJIVKUJ of L'-on County. 35. Lot No.
1 : ttL'.' In c f rich, tboiHM.thicl was bidding for. l'i i .d1 l ,iad in Qt.inev on : mid Prayer, '"when! the entire Day nation, under- Xovcml 8, 1831. .tl Km 4 Sn Sec 3t, all in T. 3. R 7. N. and W, containing

td.taen1: I VAT YOU TiNK." -- 'I'llUr14y, tli4. 4th of lecnibu.r. tho call of their respective executive ahithoo'ritimay 5 :J5i acre., adjoining the A palaga tract

: brethren in good staiidiag ni the Order i
% .. 1 l.kir 1 till l\ t r.Uo <1 i1ab2zeD Easli, Door and Blisl Uaauliactory. ; invited to aiknd.Kov. united hc-.iK* arid voices ji 'e tlnink1 to Almighty virtue of authority in me by law vostcd. I hare in'j' T. 2. Ii. 4, N. it W. ; and S. i of Sec. IS, In T. 2, R.

,, I 15, 1831. 43 JL T. POBY, Setretary.DeJIulay < >d l f. th.- l,1i'.in. BY' N. it W., containing 471 68-100 acres, within one
f MIS i ii; Allowing:: ii r many :; Ho has conferred IIJ .HI UH levied upon, end will exnc' e fr pale in frtmt, of, sile of
ut
a* a Nation and a TVopIe. nnd tint with hun-.b'e' and 11 I ( the Court Ilou.-e door, in the of T JLihas Qtiincy.:
la nnothcr city >fe on
; ; .., i ti 'i.s : I -l'imti Mr.hts Boeii ifrrtis : Encampment IL T.and tinA ripen Lu tOrdori contrite spirit wtS may invoke Ilici for a co.itinuancu the second Monday in February next, within legal The above will be offered ft.r sale in Quincy before

,. 'i .; tL'; JJcii'O i"v of tl.<> 1 saJi' of prici'S, nud \vc think they are ( uiiirv. Nwenibw 12. lf M.l.ii.Sfc i if that: l.vavi'taly Litluonce in our lieljalf. ithout which, hours, the following defciibed projH-rfy, or MI much I ti:he Court House, on Saturday the Ctb day of Dcccmr -

} (i 1 wj4iJ: J fiom the uciJc of a Nurthc'nt Factory, A K&JULAll( JIevtiK tf DeMolay o.ur I llide ivndetice would 1 tint Live Ijeen ni hie, veil I-- ''tth thereof r.* will tc Miflkient to the Taxes due b next
;!> '< M UK-INS pay
> u in-; > ], \vitUottt altwjuion. There is uo : % E.aiu1nnent wil Ixj h -!Ju the e Union of tlwsc) State* pre><* rvcd, nor tio! biciiii! ; thereon fi.r the year 1831, and all incidental Terms for all the Lands one-tliird of the purclia.aa
necessity -
.1 -\ '. i! i"c. ,, ; -v" expenm in ca-h, and the balance
: 'i \ ; ) fivt; Tuc lay iii Deceinljer, :it the e
( ,. ). .' \J> ?! ;< i'i :_: t'fiu! IU or f njHrtgy t'lercforc Jor Altering this work iorn airiurj( Quiitej. Sir Knurht are all in\ited to 4 the t twt eipaa if tl.in inbhty Xatkai :" ThFfc i cf Sec. 11, the .*. W. 4 and the W. $ t,f L Iurcho5crs will pav f r tite pnper

: : ._: :tl ti % IL- j W Xrirth. Tlie epl blishiuent is coni.be. in uttuu1iLnc.. Tlie ]Jino will IKJ formed at the Xo\v. therefore. I.THO.MA.S K.IOWN, Governor of the the N. W. 4 of Sec. li. T. 1, R. _, N. and H, contamiiu BENJ. F. WUITNER

,. 1 3 j.k-lt c wipJ-ing! circni.tr t.\vs-, planing, oun.l tf tbo bugle. JBy oitlcr ofIL Stute oiTluriludotw-cordiu iiit and oi>2, Sl-liK the Master in Cliancenr.
;tt ; ..i-.i! ; to 19- iy r i>ji > j-r'xL-iiri ; acreIvfog near plantation of November
.. .: c1,l't'l'1 I !J'in ttl! I jMiiivinjr, bating, niotticirg, and all other J. JEAN II. VKRIUER.Grand T lttr-.htv.* the 27th d.iy oif No\entlxr lu-xt, a a diyif John Parkl.il!!, lisq-pnTitiig to belong to the estate 1, I5I. 43 5t [Sentinel tto
tswwodtr. I'nblic Tb-inVijriTni ;ud Pmi'-e and I I do invite of Marcus A. AraUtoul.
; ii..d,5u] > I'-.vded, and the whole work fr :
: <
;: i
i : : ;: \ M"v ( >!.\t-nion ; : II. JABHOTT, /'c.rj the ifood i'tffiple of thiHtate.. n that dav. u.IM.xi.l- II,. McRAENY, Exchange at Par !
t!' h lumber j L dcte j
.. V. ; \ i '\ t'q- tivuxil.'er 15,151. 45 i il inth'ir n n.il: avi-c ition-, to UT.-emblc in tfieir ruifiec- Tax Collector of Leon County. /GROCERIES, Hardware. Crockery. Woo.Iware.
t'il' VAffjitiou of j> tiig tofj< tluT. Thfi tivtjilac.! .'. of 1 3 Salt, Iron, Stenl
'V \ ;>i.xi L : 1. public wor-lsip, tuil, humbly RckimwleI November 8, ISl. 4t Snp Blunkets. } trses. Brognix*
i i h >i t.> Mt accuracy and utiiM'nih\! is therefore THE Jittiit Cummittve frsna Masonic and Odd] l :ii tliat Infinite Goodmnnd; Mercy whuh: l La< Hat.. C ps Blark DriCV.at>, PantVe* t?. Overcoats -
I it! '"S VI'M uti
( : ; i iir.1.! l Thu works are jwujn'iled by ai HX Fellow Ltitkj'.s:; appoiu'cd to m.tke MTaJigemcnt* f 'r u i'.vn"d the c'in v..ir with!
.. u. "' '' .tk' ( t. h j la\it: ii-ii u'idaiiii >t ,uuof the J.fl'&r'.oi AendioIsy in behalf of oari'elvt s sin 1 ihi-s wi -pread Republic V virlne of the vesfed in I I I EXCIIAXGK f.T CaJi, Cotton and Produce r f the
.Mi F'uwty t-tfaui cJiiriuc, xvlilch i? co'in to> l and Hall 1.i- tin- power me by a\v,
if iin !K' uffi1 mpeotive Or'-rs iii
.j 1 i. < ji i; ; ? O I'r rtt-Istutn1iv a eontinnaire of the Kime. and the fi-rbejtnuice Country renormlv.! J. ,I. W1LLIA3IS.
L lull tor sile belore the Court lh..tn.e alliainc 'I
: I !i..j4jie orj j State
adjoia- November
jiower and 1
,. .. t.1: ''-' i t.-: r.ivul tin -i.-'iich of fcrpivenew of Alwi lny (5od, tl.routhi ; > in t.moIden County, nom ih.' second M.ormda 4 1S51. 43Youth's
( d r !* ti.ive a large M/.e !1nnthLr:? saw.; 'I be1 t] g Cuuutii-f in Cei.njia, to join v ith I\MIU\ iu tlwctre- Christ. who ior our inltvidn-il! awl nitiiii-il in ir -
li! I 1.\ 14 1 It I- 1 many Miy next, I the t'-.llo-.viit! de-jciibt-d! property! or
t ) I I"u'tojy i uudt-r tbo charge ,f Mr.Vniar- w onic on SurJ November" J2. IS1. i# tiuist justly d splea .eii : Tit'.t JI j would Ix- pleaded I rT' iH h i.tgrj1v. CEO. <( CLAUKC.iluiUc.llo R'airuin.
; LE an 'i atid ai'eoinjili.-4.cJ mo ( to awaken in our hearts a devout contrition, especiallyf I.r Ta\PS rlne thereon fr .m IM'ilo I 1S*>I. inclusive, ammo I QOME of \rLkl z very Iiaml-ome. jest receive bT
;. '! : "' l.i" ( .i.tUy ire. tg : ;Dv. 13, 1S51. [rivutuielTallaliasrce the sin of Iiifratit'ul! L
(rbijd) $ from R.Itinire! who has had : ti ln-ri-by wo Inve been o Ihne.e>>s.irv esi>ensef incident thereto, to \\if : W. T. MITCHELL.
ti I h i. i \ I. l.'irpeji i nt"i-ibk' to the neb blessing by which He haIi+- O.ie hundred ant! sixty aries of Land in GatbdrnCOUTV November i; 1P31. 4S ttrail.

:;. y : git:1i'n: c:; t-xj eikuce iu wok of this character. tien- Pranie. Sash, Door, ani Shut. t tinrui-hed: n* over every othi-r IVijle, and have nurtured hjlonjrin fo Robim hI'illiner, lying on thpApjiKhico.a

... MCI, t4h{' -it.'t 1 in !i:4! '' F".i-'S of 1V ter Factory. tls<- bituT fruiN of prkle,contumacy, K'lll.-hp* ; Ri\vr, adj"inin2 the lauds of Inuerarii. .

., ', : ?Ir. BOWIt'iI advertised scale "" and contention frp'n th.1 con-tani Jews rf Hi* unwenri inrnn; o. MCLEAN, TUST received and for sale at to suit the
.i, : i i, -, ,,! 'j !!h. ?4fl'( : o\; will also bei T I W. BOWEN ied I nnd I prices
I II > ve Goo1hmIeThat wlJie, in Hi moet Tax Crllector for Gad.sden County. ,>J times. -0! kes* XAILS. by
9 ; i : : ;i ''1 1tt i- found iti oar columns inr-&rveiI ilucr lie La been .. N"vir
s ; to-day. PBiiazjwith Builder wu/ Manufacturer of Material for i pleaded to a> iug C __ 4LGrit November 1, IiS1.? 43"S.. S. KXIGIIT.
I :t : y I ::1. t \ I'' i! JIniiuI# R_ the violence -jecti'inal controversy. He would awn- -
.1 :: i Georgia. kvn in the whole American People incctiuotu t Hats and Caps -
;? .:it\ li.' I .1. l i :..e t filMilJlfr an ?tr- Here I Am.
: C Tow.u' i'itirzJztExT ron r ow and &hetute. *lj.t c')nteTiti<.n, *h < v. iujs. : coutiuuthe followto iA-41. /"V ,just for sale CHEAP.vJ .
:. ,., ] '..hu1.. d: .) !nh.f !'i :it ilttim} < ns .ige to purchase certain the
)Iwtwvxjij property on sea-
1f1ict j7aiiu. IlifIo en (he rai-niK-rs of our l.iIshf&vored j W. T. MITCHELL FAILING
9: : v i3 : to th < :g iu rctfereuee to lAte boundary question bei GMSL f the
8 by 10- 8 cents per 1'mlit, IB cents per lizht Citizen? of TalLiIat-wee and the balance of GUT worT t
'i.: i'4\litjt t)1 i ; 1ritti ( 'oigia and Honda : to Jit'tke, I,3)jra'ity' and rWbiurance, ii inuehin -
Id by 12- t> cento jr Uirht, 1JJ Ctaits }per light. i harnioriv with} UKDiviie ilealina tuward .. For Families. All who intend purcluv-iij gfL- will find it t<, their
> ,4 si 8' -. '\ {1i llio fri | tw aPeoj
p\.t l" i ** A3J i-fiWf1!; to aoj st the question of' bonn. 10 by 14-H eutot. }>er hjfht, 20 cents JUT litrlit. le. And that iLt woald ali! b i interest tu call before they let the money slip front
to k-u SMALL nnd convenient boxes
pleiuvd SOAP *
i ,;." '' ", v I h jier S. S. KNIGHT.
dsry !tweyn this State and I'JorMt, by ri4:* j p..r t ten hc tiai wheu tbc whole human ra.ru -haI! beae Io.iItt of S. S. KNIGHT.
v (n't'I ( 1 n, !, 'i.ii' .i1! n;tfIi; ih"ir! i U'rtnce 12 by 18-10 mils per liirlit, 80 crnts |jr lixbt the reeiknt of the October 15, 1851. 41 tfE.
or m-gotiutS, have foiled. At the L Ifippy atne great measureof November 1, 1851. 43
12 by 2f-18 vutx liirht 85 --
-
.. 1 .i t.. .e ( l'LL par cnts ptr light rol and p'uritual
> ArLich
temp blessaiga Las
: been
5i ; : a Hook 1UH 8h, 1 cefit Tier light, extra. Fall and Winter Goods.
.. _j tk 4II' f,44ViiIJ'' ? iiii-d and tie i i' before m eted l out to ut.testimony Preserves, otc.

., .- i < i'n"i! iKitt! '. f-uiiniis'. I ql24.4itln now pending Tii wLcreof I have hercnnf. et mr handand f I lIE suJjxoribers are now receiving their stock rfL
; ; : > > or FtRTI1EI supply of Preserves tt ifcc
rKK'K ,
OF ,
the ,jut
: ( MOL'LDIXOS.
> of Hie Uiiitd
-a>renie onit JM.-ites for '
r can.-ed to IKJ affixed the treat -c-iI l "fri \ NEW GOODS, consisting in patt of the following
i lu': \\ -.F:1h: !! r> S< uih, ::isst ; incli 4- received and opened.
J by 1J 1 loo( fei-t. 75
dtii(4Il. 'I'be cnrres1ond&que ,,.t IItI jR-r
."L: ...:J t ii 1 i h'-i.cff-'iii III kilO VI* | t< j f
... t'44\: i J ti.iuc! bu'i lor one vie- 1 and bv. 1 U ineh. j per loO, Wt. ?1 of>. 1851. Btr'ie de Lain ,
p'iutcd, ii trriusniitUnl. Helii-ving it toU 1 by 2 inch, JH.T 100 feet, 1 75.Stie THOMAS unowx, 1 case' Spanish Olives! I'Lin and Sgi-.re Carp rt\
-
: niy duty t'i have the juiciest of the $tate 0'oternor uf Florida. I '. Plain an-1 PIniJ Giiigfcinw.lazarin .

.tli ;: L Leic.ur. }1r4)tt4.t1, tlic Hon. J. M. Bon'ien was en-: t. 2 1-Top HuT, 2J-Bottom lUil.Venitian By the Gorcrnor : Attest, 3 1 Jams a'sort.d, Preserves, blue and changeable Alpacas! ,

aged, as iho Attorney of the State, for the Meeting Kail. 1 1. I"u-a-e observe thiiiiu niakiug 0. W. Dowxivr) .Socrclarii of Stale.Xovcmbcr Salad Changeable Peph'n.s.
1 Cream.
.
.u' i it:1: : i i" to ucej 0. .** Froiaea. AU otlttr nize stutf a cent a llyJtt extra.AXD f, 1 fc.">1. -H Gn-s. de Rhine and Sinchew Silks,

t: un; ; ..iiti.t of eiav* fur 1lurii l. ]Hjrpose. __ 1 1 natural Wheeler's Pine Bitter, a fine tonic; Sa-h and Inmnet Ribbons,

'"' '! Sy'.4's l.avv Jiffii C :!7" Hon. JoremJah: Morton! brother to our SuTrI-LK$ uoons. Tax: Collector's Sale. 2 Sardines. Apples Belt and Yelvit il x
: :
,
grwu Senator defeated for in the t Shutters', rolling or standing, SO cents per DV virtue of the power vested in me by law, I 2 Enirli-h: : Pickles, Port.ee luk'f! black luilbn Cravats.TliiLbet .
.
L .c ..i ar ;.ti'Z tie; -iji-i ww* la *ion.i'uijiuiU'tu.il wag Congress foot.D' 1)1 shall e\pose for sale, belore the Court House siQuiiic 3 rt Flavoring Extract. Shawl, Eaibmi.lered Cape ShawL,

I f : Union I j j.ut i Loudon 1)it4.iiet, Vitgiiiia, by Mr. fcjlronther, >or; ISf cents per superficial foot 3IoulJ IDocir. ), in the County cl Ga>I
] also whig. The Fivdeiieksburg JS'fw* (whiz,) -xtra. of 31iy ne\r, the following described prc B- it BOWLES, Auctioneers, Ac. BV>bin E
t".- hii, and jifi-cr a ai traces his d 'f'at to a denial by him of the November 1 5, I"1. -15 oerty, or ? > mu'-h thereof a* will piy the Stale and November 1, lt>51. 43 Embroidered 3Iu-lia Collars,

County Taxes due thereon from lSI"to I>">linclu-{ : Linen Cambric HJk'fr. from 12.J cts. to -1 00,
I! Robe1i
; i--i. I1'/ iin.nj on. light of Seessiitu. Ciood-but the editor ofjlt .
HEW YORK WIRE RAILING WORKS.I ive, and the necir expenses incident thereto, I toii French Lawn do.Illuion .
; i k -, .tIci-- ,i ; ,, jiultje r! ji'ii Mi iu ii the Jfctcs should be cautious in what he says )T'KIJ'' attoution I j-u itivil to iriirov \\ : Strayed Nett, Cap Nett, Figured and rlarm .

; .. 'j'j I, vjij I Hi>Ln14j b" e- !j slKiiit tlie riffht of seeeasioa. To 1i.li've i in nicnt in nI.II1rLC'IrIJ1 Iimi IJailinx a n'w GratiJvj:, Kijuy acres rf Lir l, l ing en Crooked Creek, F ROM the sulHfril-er on the 10th ult, a Black Mull, Swiss, Cambric and .tttcrnet JlusIIns,

| pach a right now-a-days, is to be whi-iletl : i. !it 1 1- ",' (',! t'l' li lit i t'R[ > OJ. _'4jii4g of ti lie ., down the wind as a *' disuuioimi" anJ uatfd 5j HUGH,, O McLKAX.Trtx : [. ntr; no vi-ible marks recfill cted. Any inf'>rma. New York Mills Lonj Cfctli,

Collector for GjJ ien tiuli res.ciIig the said Mule will IK? thankfully received 1/tiig Lawns, IrL-h Lhicns
( -. .. .1:! tivc his vote for a 44 traitor." WIRE HAILING. County. ,
;j N.vernlpr G.-1 *cr1.; -14 Crn and! any reasonable! expense will be paid for Ciiilrezo'Vurted! Hose,
It 'i is the mot beautiful enclosure for public or private the of said mule this
delivery to me at place. Ladies superior ilcnno Vest?.
I'. A SLIGHT Diicait i' .ccv.-Tlze resolutionsini grounds fanr, ccinetric, luJcwuit*, verandah, Tax Collector's Sale. DAVID S. BRANDON.Thomaiville G. it J. MEGINNIS3.
W : ih zt'hnve, we lea I late of the Now arbors etc. .
adopted by n meeting York etc.iv
Ga, November 1 1S51. 43 lOt October
virtue t>f tde! power vested in tne by law. I 25, ISC 1. 42 -It
: ;;: : j-. i t-'ciH.ed pr- j city democracy? 8j>eak of tie! recent demoias WINDOW GUARD AND GRATING, BY expose for ..ahe! befoie the Court Hou.e rft -

!-. :.ttttL.' i '.). Hubert Toombs (j C&I1C victories in '!5a6JMjiii| and Ueorgia, in i: j I"r toro**', dwellings. Itinutic a-"yhiiis. pir xi*. <>tcsm- Quincy, in hoe County e.l (!adlfn. tin lh tecond Notice. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY? ,

.' : '! *' .( i'.r from the |' the flection of Mesprg. Fuote and Cobb. The j i-injr Ac, Iron Ded-Usad*, with wire iacL-iu". fee Monday in May next, llie following 3ecii'ed' pro- j / N the firt Monday i.i December next, at 1 o* HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,

( ))! : MX V vexnt Albany (Ga.) Patii-tt, a democratic i guards coal and ore fcreeiw, and a vnrieJy of article ;petty, oro much Ihereol as will pay the Ta\tsduc j V/ clock, A. M, I will aell at Public Auction lK.-ti.rt, Stock .
,
"' i >, 1 -t I Tlte vote etood fur denoanrcs Cobb's paper i j tIN) nutucrotu to mention, which this invention i i.< susri'ptible I. thereon tiom the jeir 1511 I t to iv>! inclusive, and i the Court IIou.-e, in Tallal. iij-ee, the following dccri I Capital $300,000.

supporters as an intanions I J' of rKi 's-in otnwi.uiice* never bcfure the! necesiaiv epen.o Ihit reon. to wit : bed pr.i.ertv, to wit : unieriZneoI. Agent r.f the above Company,

-.1.. J-j') rT" ding, 5 !. coulitiua composed of six-dght'is' v.liigs and i hdemocrats. known, rc ul5in? fn m tho imi ravemont fur which thucrticle forv! acres of Lind in Gadsden County, belong- Ot] : hunlrerl] and twenty arcs of Lan-1, known c.' .1 is prepared to take ri-ks aiaint Fire on buililings -

twi-cighth .-Sentinel. was patented. For fcli. inee. eoinbii)(>d with] log: to Smith &. I'aumore, hm on Noith MnquiloCrtck. the W. i N. W. i. Sec. 14*. an 1 the N. II } of the N.rl :. aim their contents, on the most favorable terms.

Beware r-f! Caunterfeits. fjera i is the terable dennnciatton tlx* ,streiitrth, for the bauty ,,f i'a inniinicrabiu variety of hlJGlI( !I O. Me LI IAN, i. Sec. 15, ia T. 1, R. 1, outh and West, )Ijiag in i F. II. FLAGG, Agent.
L i< I Lt !. :'Vit tens the Bank by of 8111 1 Tax Collector for Gadadtn Tallahassee October
d"i.jn-
r fifj ( OM e |x 'ially) for chcapiiv--*, (at ona hal[f County. Leon County. 25,1851. 42Bntilti

'. '1'h 1TaiII j eaii1y Jt4eied liv Georgia Patriot of the iufamoas coalllio i" l Its* tuft cast iron,) it U altogether niirivalh'.l by anv November JS51. 41 Cm erjro slaves MarIa aged about C2 years,and Nancy

I thin as yet offered to the public. Tim plan of crossing aar il about i J3 years. f ojir, Sif. Iron) &c.

:',c-: guti t ,j. The ejiuiious bills Z ar, ] alluded" to : ; the i-uiI- is so contrived that each bindthe otbir; Lots for Sale. 5.1.1 by virtue of a Decree in Chancery in Leon 7* UNNY BagE ng, (a superii arrlclef ,)

i. 1 47, in Iiich yi'jy: the Batik issued '* V
:. i e5jr'it-t 'iiths of the (leorpa democrats voted 1 1 < .v' dou<'' ;! >ij uftua. IHl'* I left iit'iiinit .Mr. Cobb-that: with perhaps //rex- I j l-rie. funned of the l.irjfi'-t; win-. and maii'iSactnred I market, received by recent arrivals fa>m New York, : T. BLOCKER, Liverpool Salt, Irtu and Steel. In store and

il'of l i5 o f.-uiitfiffit has on it 10i (tlij: inaiin, will e'i lun- at heat five tinu the vi iifor sale in Dtt* to suit pnn IUUM.TS. Special 3Ia ttr in Chancery.NovcmlKr f.r qttlt. low. J. :\!. WILLIA3IS.OctoUr .

*.! rnr t i c*4 /A j Cff-tioitf, evcrj democratic paperow.vf<7 him, j l<-notUiat a Cast Iron Hailing in ordinary UMJ is cajiable November 1,1K51. 13 J. 3L WILLIAMS. 1,1S51. 43 5t 25, 1851. 42
'ilie guui i 'e ; and that the conventionvliicli nniuiuated bisi I <-f with-kiuding., 1'riees vary from :;0 outs to $2 -

'.o : .1'.his(, ) t i p"O| ]$eit?: adopted Democratic principles, per linesd foot The MuWrilier ;il-.u! mauuttcturca Wanted. Sheriff's Sale. Cloths, Cassimers, and Tweeds.

,f FniiiJi't. 'I'hf vit nelte of the SIII! e 1J1'S cntivention diil not." WIRE: 1'KXCLS: 4 CIflOD NURSE! i' wanted immediately If) *irtn of certain writs of fieri facias, i-ssct-d A N ortraent of the above articles just received

for cnelosinjj f.trras railroad.-), paiks, lawns ie.. pnarautcw tX can conic well recommended. Apply for term Ii 1 from the Clerk's Otficw of the Circuit Court f-r iof the latest styles.
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V" s a ft.,;, j i i., a rcoJiuin; position, T)pticliarj Mwhat< i-* bo La-,1 be I, wwn,'" tOe r "4 t cattla, hi>rs<5-, t-heep ctCL. M hii'h ar e at Dr. NahV Office the County of Le.'n, Middle Circuit of Flori la, wherein October 2.., 1851. 42 J. JL "WILLIAMS.
ti't(
to
i M-cii. bi-eoinifi c-xteii-ivt-ly HM-d, and greatly ilii <..hedby Novenilier 8, 1851. ,41 tf
tiigiri James E. Broome & G>. aml I other* are Plaintiffs! ,
Uiig ujiigIatit.'C%estrud
:tfl
r "; li hiii'-j. .f i'.ppstniit' and th anrc of firm ; bein -. and William Lee, deceased is Defendant. I have Quinine.

pointhig to ltfrr B. POJIT Or) ST. 31AHKS.ARRIVIIL ? imjtenvptiblu! ut n fliort dist-uice, the view ic I tliiw: Now Opening levied upon and will expose fur sale before the Court

uiiiiittrrujted, thoi>ro.iurt uninjured, and the the well known st.-ind f-irnu-rlv A VERY superior article of QUININE,just reT.L -
: bi. ouilie ). beauty occupied byC hIiii.e door, in the city of Tallahassee Monday the
:
: 11. AT '
g of landieajH' unimiM'red. Tle fi'iice LH made AUK A ST1LLJIAN Genera! awl ScLctA.S'H.rtnient ceivcd at the Apothecary and Drum Store of
'' '' L"! 'sin TC.iv t fi. Rri'' II 6tec
rt%, of The bill, n vignette Pffid<-nt, Si'jith, from Cflar Kf-yp. new plan, Jviii! jx.itable, yet tccurc. Th te of interest of the said dofen.LtIAtVilliatmt :Lee, October E. BARNARD. Jr,

,' l>;-''; ; .4grirtl]; j ajjd ixmuuurcc..- 7. Sebr iijxil-, Ulakdy from New Orleans. whole mav be taken do'.va and transported with the Fall amid WInter flotlilrg! in the following ilocribed projtrty, belonging to the 25,1851. 42 Sign of the Mortar.

I '" ,'.< f'ss'i' Jsluup Democrat, Niih'4>, fiia Cedar Kvyt, eiune ficib'iy UR ordin-iry iron rods. iViec fn>m $1.50to >t) I'anrv Good*, Cloths, Ca. imercs, Vesting, Uo.ierylino estate of his father, William Lee, deceased, to wit: Rice and Onions. '

: ( ,of' \ frusta, in the l cou fl.. SAILED. j j5f j apart.Iiifuiries cf3.per rod, including Iron Posts, fnjin 12! to 1C feet Sewed and Pe]. jed Ikxits, Slippers, tc. ; whit Hie W. }4 of the N. W. J, Sec. 33, T. >, IL 2, N. it I; TUST received and for sale. -
l.I
ThmoS.EofthmeN.E.JSoc.T.2.IL2N.dl .
I .. : ja UttuLu1 8bIUJ c 1)1. v. f. Srbr Laura Jane Delano! New York. and orders addressed the the gubrcrilwr i ready and anxious to i-ell on ii 10iiiot J J. M.
to Prc-prietor, Also, one negro woman, 1[larriet, aged 18 WILLIAMS.
--mpeijci nabIe fur ciu-h its years.
1 .
ie, (iu> gafae vordfl arc in sha1' R. Rriiy (Ori'l, nramlt, Now Y ik.Ht'br will meet witli iiromiit attention. r iM> terms or trjuirnlenl.Th 0 e I'ni..t-ilLt, SC) October 25. I tS 1. 42
of con-Lst in
stock ofil.uk
(-" <-1' '!latl I Pro.i'ent, Smith, N"CTV Orleans. JOHN U. WICKKRSIIAM.: Clothinjj part tt "
; t.-ai Mters. "Tea Di h. ] : and Colored Drr. and Frock Coat., boy, Taylor, 2
10. Sl>iop D )ocrat, TM (m, TanipxIS 10 Broadway, X. Y. Marion, 1 Now Opening1.A ('
LUtk 151 C Prowti mid Mixed Frock]
cc, neon
1:1 fawn.r.n | i,, In the \Varehiune-2 ,
enpitals >10 ]
: POUT. Urondway. Sack and Fancy Coats, Levied upon as the property of said defendant, andto FINE assortment of Hard-ware, Gb.ms-wmmre
wit!, -u.iu! T uud L> tlia rcoiaint" Bark Stcr Wink*-New York Wire Hailing Works, 59 and bo told to satkfy tuid writ of hen f.u-ias. Crockery-ware Hollow-ware
Mary Vpracy, fss ; 1'il.jrim, Fa-wycr; C.1 IAJTVH street.N. Drab, Illark; urn I'rowu Overcoats. Stone warelWout..

: :' ..ill! Mtc-r Ou the ligbt hand IJLLhl, 8uTiniui] ; \Via. II. Urodic, Crarj. U. Silver Medal awnrd.--! Anu-ricjin Inititutc ii 'nereil nnd ULick Silk and I'.Lick Satin Vest ts, IL T. BLOCKER, Shtrii ware, Sa.Idlery.B.N.tu arid Slmes, G .'cenies&c.&c._
November
porc'Hit I Iri4. Cu'.luo.ic. Ltnvry J. O. AudcrMHi Pdiie by 1'laiJ ( and Ca&-imere 1.1651. 43 3t All of whicli will be sold low fur
". 'Lg ;j ; ; Ge II.Wiin 1850.( 1 lironzc lledals awarded Institute liLtck; Jrej-, Fancy 1'anta- ca h or goo I credit
( :Srit; is! $ilO a supposedorLaiayetic J'tTkiuVaoitoa.: I'owcll ; lli-riJd, 184 7 nnd IS1.Nuremtsr by Fronkli.ig 1'XJUS, Notice. October 25,1821. 42 J. M. WILLIAMS.

: mid widernetith $10.or .- &24' J. Vail, Uulmid ; Chipula, llLikely. White, Fimoy Silk and Marseilles Ve' ts, and various -
15,2H5I. 45 Smid. Stockholders of the Southern Life
1. -- Insurance' Flour Butter
---- -- other articles too numerous to mention. THE &c.
Itiji elo-stitte of Georgia A. IJ. Trust Company are hereby notifiea that a
OBITUARY. For Hire. CLARKE.XovcmlierS landed from New Yerk
;T.l.l- f,f il..Ulon) *. 'Hie counterfeit tis L Dil w thi* Gty. Xovomlxr 7th 1851 Mr. DAVIOCi 1F51. 41 tf meeting of the Stockholdtrs will l-e held on the first JUST C kegs best Go-hen '
the the Butter
1 1 .. [j"OT rpmaind oJ| lie! jrar, and the coming __ Monday in December next, at the Office of s-aid Coinjimv :; ''I
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: \ .\-. .'>N, 111 the r>.r>th yearf Iu* it>re.In L I one i if rtl 3 1-oxes l>est Cigars,
I qui faithful I h.unu
: : < tv batliy: ou tW lift, nnd die a Set eant. Clothir.g. in Tallahassee, for the election of a Board of .
r,'<4.>nliii'jr the dc-atli of this < Mimablc innn, n f 1, First tale C.ok, \Vashcr, and :Ironrr. 10 barrels Flour, $
e'"J'- Applv to Trustees to the charter of said
agreeably .
on t:,, TUST received at the old stand, n general -t- C.nnpanv.ch
r4'ftf taudBid f tic! bill iiiIeinu nud Jiiclanclntlvduty i- iinjxi cd. llr. C. \nv: JOHN 11. l.LOVD.l.r noi November It LYON. 2 cask* Porter,
1. (a.-hier.
hint in Oranburf; ? Di tnct, Houtb C'atolina, and ii id i- Nuvnibrr 1S51. 45 tf I mcnt of Cloth. Cn !meret> and Vt.sting*, iiii I$5.t: C boxes Stop,

COfltjtjGfl of tb 1toz. lI in (1aar1tl'n! : until a year asr>, wlwii l be aintto the f-ub-criber is prcpuvd: to iiuiniulicture in the most In Chancery. Pilot Bread, Watjr Crackers, Butter Crackers.Sodi'

I ; UVbteoit has tvtittcn! a long Uiw fitati! In nil tboi 4tiid i if Life andi<)iaii, c.fF .> Notice, approved ptvle, end on the most reasonable trms...- LEON CIRCUIT COURT. K>cuit A. IL FELKELL.
lii irtut Mmne} vitb GtiitK-nu'ii: in want of't regular and fa.liitnab1e o Jt I October 25
nuni % n fulgent 1S51- 42
: t inasiy
% tk lIcraM, in trbicla be hri'l tirj A kind an! :iiri-ctirtnatc Hi s' a-id, a finiIinduott ALL jwT on*,, crpditors. legatee entitled to di I '' '* .1 ti humbug the reader in toT and I'titlit-r, Las, by the band of .1 myMoriou 1851. 41 CLARKE. Groceries &.C.
regard Iavlin4, (la oSir.ih: I Eir.lyinan,) lite ofJcffcropts Lucy J. Jrrdan. Defendant ) ,

T of tiv.1 Groer and Donaldson cor- traiiHtor tnd cil-wise Prnvideiwe of Exi. been nnd matched wafted from thi* Cuunty Honda di-ccasjd.ure bin by notified to exhibit Groceries. appearing to the ati _ictioa of the Court, by nfl a- )4 SACKS Seed Rye, 4 barrels Onions,
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nvne trnce 1 their clajjiH and l demand within two from made in thi.s that the &.7 40( lIis. Ohio }kws el... Potatoes
:1 da\it
.' :: teliftl felicity f all! year 1 UST received tier Schooner Clipper from New ca.-'&; Defendant, Lucy ,
but thoteli
< jirepare.l <*
witbont success. In I the .' bb < .- in tbo j4y1W Tliix '.:ad Ijt-reavc-incnt ba hui Lite, to tie! undorsigiK-d, or tin* same will lie barred I.J Orleans J. Jordan, reM.lcs In-yond the limits of this State, so 4 casks Side. 4 lK>xes Star Candle,

; <--r iiiu laiaUiag: t'pistle, h6 pokes I a flJ4(4$4 Uie t4r of narrow to fl< w from the evt1 ofUHMKJ ; r.nd nil persons indebted to ile! Kiid deceased, 73 barrels Family Flour, that the ordinary process of t-ubixx-ua cannot be servedupon 1 30 barrels Hour, 1 tierce Rice,
l'ci-! II' tin. arc requited to make immediate jmvmciits to 20 Jes! Pork. her : Oranges and Applt Ju.t received from Xew
fco8; Of UMcw York wb were bt t fltteol l tojtilgoi of the Ligbaud
: Dcraol"
many Orlean and for
1 ciitiubSuig tiaiis wbicb rbaractviizcd' te! FI1ANC1S A. DAWKIXS) 20 f.' Rectified Whi>kcy, // i* therefore QrJ'rftl, That paid defendant appear sale low fwr cash bvXtober
"in! rai the tnacUw! of those Soulli'itors man. Qualified ExecuttT..Ici7 and the Bill of ( 25,1851. 42 A. II. FELKELUttci
But li" U and iti ould bo sinful to 5 Leaf Lnrd, answer Complaint f.led in tiL] caw eon
dfjilorol
gHiM1 < r on Toiinty, Nov. 15, I81. 45 : tx-fore time first
'mMoaticcllo u in
: who affect to bclievo in their _'n ;fur him katie bad no tfiwrK-bo bad Ii veil a life, ft I anl Oil or Monday March next, or saidBill !!' .gciothiiix, Hats & ,.
will be taken for
I* vhirli 3 hotheads jiriinc Sugar, confessed agaiu-t Jar :
'Jin.- brijrbt tefn
: on the feJavery ijtie*lion. ""Jliis of aud from pave the cviduacc pnimise given luijipy Us dwitb inini'irtality bod, woniu4 Female Academy. 2 tlerce-s Clanfied do. Provide, Jifuvrrr, That notice tf this Order bo publi AXE\\* of late i-tvleg bv late arrival

rou'' ,,, yivis to the \\l\g\ press of the Fcutha" bc-lirvf (fiat b t i now ecatcd upon at the right; hand TIIK h (i-xi-rciKOfl of tb<. alwve Intitiiti bn\ing Ven 10 kegs flutter, 'hdl in some newspjirtt-r in Tullahn] ee fur tlireemoutlis October 25 ISSI.Yorfc. J. JL WILLIAMS.
10 boxes Clitese, before the faid tirsi t Monday in March 42NeWFaIICYafltIStapleGoods.
Mi.v!- of a merciful JeutniT,lending his voice to (be CliO-r untcd, the public are confidently assured that next
; g ainouut satisfaction.. Ikt the of Anjl vhiob Continually t\ny aiound the throne it ofliT' every advantnj'p tf vonn'j Jjidies fir uniiiringii | 1'oh l>. large IJuflalo! Tongues, J. WAYLES BAKER, Judjw, itc.

? "'"'" :'iT! lir, Ktu
<'| the old boa_ mdvo O I/n-d, forever." t8ti-4- of two gentlemen for the Hnle Dpartnicnt.whoc 3 tl r Shoulders, OSCAR A. MYERS. .Clerk. A FINE assortment just opened, and for sale
want bet- tt
14 no I ; -'fluu art i the ( nliililiw need no Comment Imve li-wi 3 casks Sugar-cure! f.nnily Hnmi, November 1, ] S51. 43 3m to suit the
'** < j J than: is to bo found: hoc. the clnssie and mr.thematiillic Mu.-ical Departnient 1 new Carolina Rice. For sale? by JM.. VnLLIAMS.
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(1 1rott'omiofl to K-IV \voul aboutN'H Though) : sorrows and darlvticus mcnmpa (lie Toi(4,; in charge of l'n>fiH'or (Sitonn mn, afforcli. 11ERHY A ROWLES, Auctioneers, ..ic.Xo'ii'mher Low Priced Bagging and Rope. OotnU.T25,1851. 43

tU': of the 1flfl3au1atCSIii9 of Thf Snn5f>r ha* ptilMI: l through it jwirlah V-foro tLw, a -opportunity for aequiring n BHjvrior knowledge 8, If 51.__4 t __ 1 A A PIECES India Bagging at 1CJ eta per yard, -- ---- ------ ----.--- -.-- -

LM. Vli7"xll
nr lborouSil) WUeniitw ; gVKHn." JJ. every variety of Flower-making al 'o taught. Youiisr 50 coIls! Rope, 8J ') cn ks superior Pale and Dtink'thmul
w a thing; ix) Ladies LARGE lot of Gunn- Kentucky, and Dundee The al articles warranted in
desMing only ti l lw tliu ornamental >o\e are
taught
Died the : A every respect,
() Ieftdr 1sr In Qiiin'v. itt rc>idcnco nf Mr*. IlalK on of and Brandy, .1 pure article purcluued under ('utoiji
1'Itigi' tVhlVflCe i&I toe JIAKMAH lranchej<, ull be received, and rtriet attijntion giventiPI,1. JlaSJfinjf. Al-o, a lot Rope Twine. Fcralc and sold low for caihl I Ioi.o lick and kv
tlM .41i New
lees inotftiitt JANK:, daughter of Jo- fib York.
&ilircIy tinucc y. ] IL W. PERGU.SQ&, ,! bv S. S. KNI(1( LIT. BERRY ROWLESL
i Eiuatttnaii> aged seven e.ars.. jSUtUL October BERKY .. rKOUirs. Auctioneer*. .
4 Moaticello, November 15, 1851. 43 Jit 18, 1651. 41 tf November 8, 1SSI. U -1.1351. 43 -, (?r









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TOWLE P. P. LEWIS I I\e great Jtezaed1fo,
NEW GOODS. FORWARD & Towle&Myers, .11<, fjJlrl Er"1 s
Local Dentist Tallahassee Florida.T -
t - I
M Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancery HAVE on "andalld nnw ricriing.i new and immetli- In Chancery. i II. G. 1'arrell'B Celebrated
the bulh'.m!
in
-:l orraer.t! of GOODS, consisting i ot ::----- OOMS new :; rablaa
JAMES M. WILLIAMS TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Gold Lever Hunting Watches L\ aft-h- ..,.t .f the Po't Ornoe.S "1wrtZtXJLe MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA= GADS- I xjBlaejlv
"* ; Winter ippy! cf f will \oc flltm.I, Wilt, tInfr..114011y: CIRCUIT COURT. I 1Ir. mia uIIlt11 cu, f'lrtJt d
TS now rrrt>uin< Li. FalL .ni WM. A. FlOtt"lln. SIMoN TowtE.Jsitf Gold Anchor Lever do DEN T b. Ihe Ahh'
INhW which he call theattentiwiot J I t'n.-a't'll *pteinli ;. 1S5U. 3: : physicians In theday.gnd: *:,
Lever do Complainants
uk GJODSlo Hi nf .*>/. .1 I' .qiifi inf. I SiU -r Hnuling -- Sarah G. Tillnun and Jane Tiliman I upon /the result of nujic, tra'f Ih.. iuklI
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hu cu tor; er. and the public pencrally. Oc&llAr4.It.1. :9 Si her Anchor Ler do Tf. since w' *w .
: ,Mock it ,(selected! and .d'i>ted 10 the wason La pine and com won doCenhlem Tax Collector's Sale. Thomas S Snell!, William C. Snell Julia .'. Ed- cone i intimate with.. the hutoiy we can ,lbo. *
; for their
I a3brac4n: A. .: MAXWELL. SI- D. r.\rl' j -n'* ami Ldie n<> nra Pin.,a ceneral a-- virtue of the power vested in me by law, IhaIL I. mond., Sman J. Little and Jenetle V. G. Donald I laininenMin l!nrpn the ing power O't'dtwatt. TvCtWlIt lfw-,:
BY kiftwledge
,,. '. : Gunny flaing.d' MAXWELL & PAPY I nrlment of Ear and Finger Rinc, Gt.ld Guard!* and espo>efiir salebefore the Couit Jji'ti'at son, E\ecotri\ the h t \iII and testament of wonder of the while cf nrdici- "*
e .- ht"l1tnch do. COUNSELLORS AT LAW Ke>,. Fob and Wt Chains Sal]!. Gold and SikctPencils : Quincy in the County of Gad-den on the third Robert L Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. encecf aze, at the fame lit, I iV .* -
which
ChrmulrJ,
ATTORNEYS AND
: .t :' 00 Bale KOJV and Tine, Cold Pens.Gc.ld and Sihel Sneclaeles Gold Monday in April nest, the following: described pro- Love.Sherift and ex officio Administrator detoni I I'a' tu I the ir l1 l of I Ihe world with. thrtaBad il'&riJiIt t '
S : fell, \ail..lrnn. Steel TAltAlt.VMKK, KX.OKIU.X.FtbroaryP.IMl. Sleee Collar and ffcvotn Button, Slver, Pearl, and Mtyorso much thereof as will pay the State and non of the estate. ot Susan S. Snell, dtceastd. a sealed book. l'L
"' ;j flu..et Crogns1 5 I: Shell Card Caw?, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine County Tax due thereon for I he vear:1: >">! and the appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that in Botany they were the most z zealon of'tod,..iAM I
the braUlifullttOHtI hicbskirt ibia iU
.
". .1 Kip do --- -- -- ': Fans Silver and HulTjIo Comb necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : IT William C. Snell one of the above named Defendants lbed"rt, Ara.

I, ; i t' 1 fUaaburr. (G< III?:ia i Mill,) CHARLES. DOWNING : Als". French Mintle COCk! Table Knives Tea Sit hundred and forty acres of land, 1 Uinz on reside bevond the limits of this State, and abound rare plants! and clorcu !j,. *i .

;; Ker';.*. Liasetf, Wool Hals, Trays, Plated and ih't'r Ware, Siher TMe and Tea Rock Creek purporl-n tobelonz to 1.S. Gjtlin.orso in the State of New Yorkand that Thomas S. Snell. are obtained I Ihosearoraaniiciriimsand fD i hat? D
't LAW
AT of this
:. 0, Cotton Yam, (bet Soot hern caills, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR : Si,1oQn.. Platrd S|ll(1.m". Fnrke. Cr-am ami Soup La- much thereof as will ray the Tax aforesaid.( another of said Defendants it supposed to reside satn. which incrmparabt lininenlfi c..tI ,,

Crockrrx xvare. $Hardware Tallahassee, Florida. ; d5e#. Plated' Waiter, dc Tea S14 t Ca tor, Candle- HUGH 1 O. LEAN, beyond the limits of this State, ar.d the United poedand by whose siimulai inc, (1I1tiOfPtntht.

I _'f. IV.iod ware, Grocerit*, & Office r.t the XipitoL #\lick, S'lar Lamp Silver and Gilt Girandole Tax Collector lor Gadsden County. Stales, but hose residence: is unknown : .in: and Anodxne. properties it is, appIj,1 ii iitanlaneoo !

I I 4_ .. A Itg e assortment Shirt in; and SktUlB;,, March 15. 1" *1. 10 tf I .-\1,0, fine doubleb3neile l Guns, Shot and Game October II 1'OI. 40 tJm' It i, thcrtfore OnltreJ, That the said William C. Iv diined! ihrrnzh Ibe wholtsv IIt"OIt

I ;! '4 Calicoe Check, Strii -- - r.3a. and Fla"k.. fine o. ckel Kn'ne PoiteJ'onnie' *, -- -'-.- _- Snell% appear and plead answer or demur to t the 1M l ''m, allay in<; the mot intense painiatt, IIClfL

I : / :; DriUif1j", C. simerr; '. i.c.a W. G. M. DAVIS Poit Folio, Violin*, ClaronelK, and Flutes, fine Razors Tax Collector's Sale. of Comlait; < tiled in the above entitled cause on or ibly short lime of 10 I or 15 minute It, at'ficD

,,, .1 ": -1 A't'hnicf' ,iMw1n ent ol fane e It the rle
I "*l fx: ,': F'ult pricen, civn for Hide--, TilUiw&c.orbich : & oiulitv and eeneral aor ment of rfumpry, BY shall: rsale, before I the Court Hou<*> at Thomas S. Snell within the period of nine month danger. penetrates t n lot be bone'contracted '

.:' All of ate cfiered at lowest market prices Ti \ taken ",i hU abode at Tallahassee: and will &'., .c' TOWLE &. MYERS Qnincy, in expose the County of G d.den, on the t third from the date of Ihe publication of this Order, or I end, restores us* to limbs .hirh hr,

bv J. M- WILU.\ IS. I I I pu.'i.. in tb) Comts of the! Middle! Disliict I. September*. 1 1V'). JS Monday of April next the following dt- cribed 1'rn.I I the said Bill \ ill b? taken pro eonjfuo azain been palsied ont and for rich(03rl.blood eaa'inz the *hriv- 'I'I a ," '*
grow toeircaiateihaoeh bif
.OdfllNor 1'. I"i1. 41 nd of Franklin' and Jackson Counties. -- I much thereof q will the State and i :them : PrarulrJ, Thai legal publication of this
a *
I 9 -Bounty Lands and Pensions. pert .r so pay I It restores the Svnovial 1 Hnid or Joint Wall/1; *
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-- -- hr..h I.V
9,
Tax due thereon for the 131and thenecerv Order be made in slime newspaper published in Ihis
I,. I County 'sear this i< the tea on whv it ha. been ,ooni"1*
f -- -- ---- ---- with
- --- -- /nHEundci-igJiad; having made arrangements 10th October, 1St.
,
wit Circuit. .
i incident\ thereto
P' t to :
& J. F. K. SAVAGE p"n'f':1 cessfulin cnrinzall d.* aa"tlflht'JO
of the : Arj j M. A. LONG JL and ett"rienct'01 in the Cit, J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge &c. ,IItl11'.
T JOSEPH C. CAHO. Keeper SnaJiWi a competent The w hole of what i ioi called 'orttt'' Purchase, affect ioi.3 of I Ihe Spine Liter Lon t.JroD.
and n-somted tli''tHM-lr foril.e pu-po-eof W2 -hin-zl"in, and U-ini: now prutididith the Allest ic .)I'f'; .,.
I J fiiOitJce <>f I (' ''. duly qualified HAVING of lying in G..J..lpC..nn'' '. fIt' so much thereof' as will A trite copy- thi Arabian rerneth stands !
On b">im-' .Itnt..tt.] to their) .u. i of ClAim by poArsol alle, '\ 01 n.>untj' 41fmlmjm or Enlargement Spleen,it i j. a' i!
: (.ttm:}. by hi* K: vH.iKy the < iveruur of ; t an\ ( Ocklocknee River, and on the West by the Analachicola October IS, .il. cine ; and for Rhenroati-rn it bat rfcrmefl rr'Pp.''
July' 2 ;. 1p'31. 29 tf I Pensions and Claims Tor Lo''e* uud Service' -----
I Land
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aid River. HL'GH O. McLEAN '
St.at and 1 Cwuiity afori : j jcm the most e.xtraordmarv cores nn record ai.f/ ''iI
Government.OUiccrs
I qfl1j1 ip t. 4'Irtif, tll all "I"en it 1M'at 44I ","- ---- uprn the United State Tax Collector for Gad len County. In Chancery. Pain W ;
I Swelling, !! bUlb'r
Law Firm. of lln ol l'Tj. of Cramps. .in ,
"d) iLe ninth i I and soldiers war rr any .
tfmt tilt M'irtjMCv fl4tdt J. luainnjr it" ( October H.ISV.: 40' "in GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. '
Tumors
lioun- I Burns, White Swtllins', & u"
since i''(), are e nl nltl; to c .Ve.
cla1' or $41tetiiMi. in tle ytaw.f.''irbuiidrwl 1.4".1 d4k d..u.I A BUEVARI) will practice in ovprrtnor of the Indian \var Hiicsrions disea#. of a
Ruell equally rn
( UhA- BEARD Circuit of Laud und! <.r the late Act 01! Ciin rfFor #ervices Tax Collector's Sale. Frances A. } ; Animal fi
Wti
''I' :;J asIt4id and t. iiity. fn ] all the Courtof the Middle ty icoderiite alun will be rt. > Bill for Divorce. F Fistula Poll .\ .Sweeney,SlltfC mphint "'t M
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L. 4fl'sJ44ai F'lbw.' OJnW Mlkulbt .l\'i.J: half IIf tlieNotice. Florida. Office in TalLiia--cc] :j charged rendered aeli a ol the cempei arrant r.rl'ie' amount TY virtue of the power vested in me by law I Wi'liarr.! Ru *ell. ) per. FarcvSpraine' Braise. Wrunds, Manjf ft-
,
.\ I. bo.1. bI3IUt! : tll tilt' .tJir1lc.4a JAIIII ('auprnraft I JOIImTm.. I upon trj D.P. ltGUE:, J) shall expose for sale, before the Court Home at appearing to the satisfaction the court, byatl.Jivit in*, \VindilN, Splint ; and for rearlf! all'(fij2!|'

die .lllltt.f f'raaklin (...1..1. lot".. and Wa- : T. W. BREVARD.rVbruarvl.lR..l. ; ; II collected G. W. I HUTCH INS. Qnincx in the County of Gad dt-n, on the third .I IT in this cau tiled that William Russell either, in nan or beatwhich require an nt *

,i- IXHJM tlii; d:. rall"t.RI"'i. .lit&r 14gttb1i&'d till' I 1. 4 tf March 20, 1':1. I 12 U Mondav -\prillle\l., the follow ing.described propertvor the Defendant: in Ihiscau, resides bevond the plication this Lioiciett stands at tie t.e-4d rl.\

(.tf1U of UKHatn4'| Utv. by .1 4ut lank'T'anh' ,'o much thereol a" will pay the S1i1e and jurisdiction of this Court and out of the Stale of metlicir.es.Littr .
'Utjiti4. .e dc .t J..,1u Enri. ,f, mi the SMITH & O'BRIEN, -- Exchange County Tax due Ihereon for the vear l SI' and the Florida :

tWrU iudkistl j,rnt<(4. ii'.w ou file: ri HIV IIflI ('. at thof Attcrneys and Counsellors at Law, Sight nere-j-ary exp rne< incident IhC'I .to.lo wit I : It ii Ordered, That the said Defendant do appear, CvmpJnint, Eryu'ftaiSf Me trma/; c.

lqaqcitl 44 ald fliitrtage, and lit my jm *i.te : lie O NEW YORK, S \\ .\XII, and MACON Two hundred and fortv acres t-f land, in Gad-den pleaJ, answer, or demur to the said Bill of (01:1plain ,-RAvw1cK MARION Co. KT. Mat -. ,

4 L3-in ; .rk'" wle.lKe
p tlw aniu, and dud tie! c-C&- of atd rancellatkin i it j" VTiTrr MtTH. j :l. O'Rntrx, THOMAS J. PERKINS, from Thit tlate the mid landfnwi I N-Mnan-ville. October 12 1 I"VI.) "o Agent, Marine l.otk.Z1'NA Flat Creek. hiGh O. McLEAN i" *elli"t tert a vast deal of zosj.
<.ndtvb* and rtliii'jui-li () 5 iN' Ht1'iItnr.! j Ofee at ing on the next Term of the Circuit Court for Gadsden! It has cnred b
tlio lii'U of th! .iIII.II1II, ; all of whii-h xva ; Refer to (.. S S :n-.i.rv: S.ivmndi! : Jud:e TIOM.V-. ----- --INSURANCE----- COMPANY- -- -- Tax Collector for Gad den Coun?\'. County in March next ; and I hat I this Order be pnb- rn pfL'.ral ni: ,lie j eople.another of a BD p.xm a
dtilvined. iif\A1u.J.and.dmo\\1..J' mtl- #ij,1\ Wfirtgaic" il. J. PAIXI Otala.kllIkr4. Oe-loh'rll.t.i1.l .J"I rom' I.XTHE Biii.T
Juna_v-. Jark-iHviViC! : }li-hed) in s..me newspaper piirited in this State oncea ladv who confined lo her
A was bed
.UtTlo.riU. Ixfonuie and Walk..r Anderwii. w i it- ( 1Pi. ::!' I HAirrroRo, CONNECTICUT. --ikIIUM-i ''i-'ruNG sE week fur thee mlnlhfand that Complainant take mnnlh"vxith, LIVER C 3tPL.UoIT and for !*(?
4 Arrccno
tlie twrutitin <*f UKvanH-. by ilie -- Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-hou-e Ihe 13th e>
ttel Im.1lt: at --- testimonv. in cau-e. Och.h..r.IcJ. HKART. en'irelv cured .
Mitt John luin-raritv, aa tlie udnthti-ftaX&'r u( John SAMUEL iOYT&-., BUlJD1XGS;amt los b% rlie. T. TAVMMS & CO.. Proprietor- efihe Co. J. W.\YLr.s c.uIn. Jud.je.Atrnecopv THK.Arabian Liniment.was She aid theiWtor bv the *( IIt| MB,

r4iIt'1. 4I.L'aM'4L I !I LEWIS & AMES: IIIIT1IIII Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the al- -Attest, tuuiddo
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS her no rod. It ha* been applied to a fresh
Iii tCl'1im'lI"tf f. I Irave Ik-n-mito m-t myluuid J :iuary 20' 1 1S0 3 Ase.itTdllahare.. i..cti..II'lIan..ul1c.; to lhir patrons and the! Planters R. C. LESTER.: : Clerk.W1LLI.M. rued in short IUDe1.r.aYl' bren tUf..1Id I
tile seal ofnce. I IX Tin l.llVM; > KfLIJXG: OF : I! llirouuhout the Cotton i a afflicted "If";
and ai1ai; -' of my at --- general} I I grow ins! region II. MITCHELL, RHft:31'TI.M for a Ions time, and just
obx the 27 til tiav of Aut. A. of Agricultural Implements ,: JOHN PRATORIUS that the aie prtp.irt-d to number tx-loiea ">f
ft. .] l''t%**<> ; It. t*-5J. : I of iheir celebrated PKFJIIC.M Gi.3.Where Is. T il.II 3m rnrtal'
.1 .Vb J/.jCllJ.YJI:1 I and in I the night I !
p I [or run L\TI: rnoi OJIU'LI. k. J'JU'fClIlr>,] djy ; eomcMMicedh-thinjarilruk
.TO E E. CAHO. these Gins have been oncensed, it wouldbe
E3epL1 Spwis-h Arrliive O3hx% P I It I- C.! ,,. Culhn nltl Boltiie. C1.'th.A1.i& -.- bin the pain ceajtd. JOHN BUCKJIAX.Stiff
-. ajf' \ j, .
\ l :
: 1'1",111"rth and South and :jI that IK- ha- t"kl'il the -i 'rt- lately ietIJit.Iby ] ;a word in ,their favor, as they feel confident lie rr.a"- IN LEON: CIRCUIT COURT.
kind of
,
)t i* to ftvtlfy That tink eiw rilli4ce1 1 ajramt1be :. every C. 11. r l.md. and 1 adj"iiiny the More L Litclyo chine have hfen brought to 'ich perfection, that
YurVoul ILtliT: }. :Jikius, and John ( Guui
r*.n paid .Shipping l'r.Ltritl lu-n-, he ill .iitlt" l ; > ) : Complaint, Xtrrrnry, Dilfmprr, l'nl
,
Trtwuv "f tbe' Afwlwlaoiiia, bind Coiiijwiiy.) inInnerarity. o vujik-] l Dull A < pU" their *ii[" -rior l'ctfrrman'p"ilI rtromtr.er.d them, I'll.ttadIOI'nt for.Ti: ( IS. an.l

fa\"Ol' uf .;I4rn ..lnrinixtnit SAMUEL
: F*bci. 4ee-i! un a |l"otrtiun tor tinf) *oel. eur>e 4"thr di-j -ed t<> ;jsitnotihim in hiHIM- flf bu-iut!. I -atilaction ol ,Iho-e who hve not used the Gin, rr HE lh'1 ,lur.t. and all other intfre.teil.J ; :1. Mitchell Postmaster at Fiat, Fallen! Co. l\\\

liwrtffaire from Cktisv in*. Miii-l"-ll tfl John F..rbe*. I 1 He ha- '''\.,. I by the Lily arrival a rlniirr i>..lFa and are unacquainted with their reputation the Propriitors l"'r"'l 'I.i .
ix.titic l of the in.-titiitKii of tin uit
f : ksir. A- Co, Savannah, GaVlTWl I /.. n.rr.J xsurfwr,1 have been awarded to them for BEST GIN I 'by pr.<".-'' of .Ati.u-hnieiit.. and are furtht: 'nnore rtluirlyti ; here. Wecnrcd one of
Mi "S IOfI1tlwo l ]MViiKtit tft me. a attorney ft* Mr 3 (j'Kfl'liE ( ; cv !, "# '1 the exhibited ; hihiy praised mYfltIhb..r.
Mid hUtI'raritWe* a.nuunt of ,aid deeree. w)l ltitttt 4. 'RA"KI.J); k lnru \. A J> }--JI.IJJf. f'LU1'IIlXC. at the great State' Fair held at A 'lanta, Gf'otI I (| l to npjK-.ir alii l I plead t<) the derLirat filed! hor-e- 1 t the Slid Complaint hy abed ienrcrapplications fit.

UM tot \ : 4 t PALME, gia also, at I Alabama and Gn.rzia Agriculttual thtrtiii, wiUiui the time pre-cribcd bv law. and I cured one c>f fiwnff lhfjWft.n .
nrt..1 l : my
me '
ti.titi in 'ws* by 1"011| All of f A\lnci.! I fiatti-r tn\--lf art equal in -h tt sinIltuaity. ) IL'DfPONT.Attoniey.
H. A .J.
li.m i"Mul u|>* "Old\ ikirw : and I further < 1-j! 'I 5 u-nT. Prx-tow tt|
tliat. the tnnu ftT I.v toe t.. the witd John WM 1'. Mn t.U: k Co. New Yc rk.F. j : litiil/ ifivf iwrtuislar Fair rf the S .u'h Carolu.a Institute, at for PlaiittilE a bad Cork wiib it ; he atoll tried it OT a colt 'that
1II.lrk..t. "lfl'ntnll
thi-s -
rjnm H .. N"i Mt''i,. n..tl41. i f"tUlrlm October} I;, [1?] I';1. 4i: "in I bad. and cnr.d
.u. The C
arity.*dniuu.tnttiir. .4 tlte amount 141 rucdv t-d hy nnanr u. to 1 i i- b":"itif--. :'ii'! in'jn.- he -ill!! imrit a IilNr..IIpatr.'uu.r. Chaile-toT. lion ginned on thff Gin re- ______ ___ had the Distemper very I'immPdiarr.'dialel .
lIt' <- <,llt-d in due f. nn t f law. al..1! in my )pnMnce.Hie IJ. LoomEI.: I. New London.} Ct. from tin- public.NovemUr reived the fir-t Pieminms at the exhibition held in !. He m ir i if deridedlv tee srea hone

.;inal] uiortj a. a. Mate4 in the f,rigoia j cer-- II. S. ot."l\'\111'. -:(., Wihiiiii t lIn, DtL | 2"::. l-o". 4C tf Charle.tonSuith Carolinaand at evtrv Fairvxhere Middle Circuit-Leon County. medieine he ever u* d. There "tare been unmbftj C

tifknte (If 4<. E. ''",.. FooYitu Septit.ii;, 1t-,1. :,0 tf ,amplE:" 01 Cotton fro:, I them have been exhibited. John B. Taj lor, 'i In Attachment.r cured of Sore Eves with i i.. I find it a ten cai uabti
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\ >, u>v baud, thi- :;itb day of Ansn 1 51. n Pure Sulphate of Quinine. The Propl idr" have in Ihf ir po"'picn nurr.erou V Sum -w..m to >l44.5f medicine both tor u.aa :ar.if bezst.
W AI.KERSInnSOX.. NASH & CO., ifi'afffr.m Planters(lion Krokfrs. Cornmi ..lame-. Daffin. ) A.,uiupt-it ?:;:110.1.11. I

Oihtc11.1'I.' 441 Htln.r. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.OT'LH ., i TIn! : Mib.-cnbe have on hand two hundred and ,,ion Merchants and Manufacturer of Cotton : difeiKLinr. and all other inttre-ted. are here- Encore of Cwnltrfeitt -To sfition. 1"T1 "rrin.'ti"p.

tic- \ .. \IJtt-.Jli..1tt. II1. TT '" iut.nn th-ir fn.-idi- and tin- public that ': ounce" of| S.Jlalt..fQlJinirll\\hiC'h) the) I Good, te=tilving that the performance of the Gins, THE ubt1ic.luf the institution of the above snrit.iUMl Read the f.l/i.viaz Cau/,",. I

-- --- -- they )have .>n hail i a K.MOll! }i-rt>rtim'iit [>ear and plead] to the der) Liration -! THE Public are pafticn'aiU'! cautioned against a
Chemicals &5 .c.TEtiFININE I. .. I hex will warrant it 'to I.e a superior article. by any Gir> ever manufactured.All Sled therein, wi.l.in The time recrild bv law. Kate 'DJlItrrftil.hirb I.a* latch! made i its arntar.I .
: tln-ir Iim f bt iiK .
Drugs, :' :m :*'I'; 'rally ki"j.t HI <> :- and .Medi J
We hne: . TJivir Gins given r n onr travellineor ARCHER: & CORLEY: for PLt ar.ee >> Irnp"'t'r it W.
i and wm I. r&1-ivtz: > liwj.
warrantwl and full n-oularly fiwhuj >
I l-,. pure tennciiall InrciH liable. j i cine? (by r.'renltrlinl.IIII\i \ prepared; to execute local Agents, 01 f f.rw arried to I the Proprietor bv October 1 1'31. 4 1-:lra Faueir* Arabian LinitbH This j"a i darefrmj
L weight. order- lot articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, mail will alv\av* receire prompt attention. Gins fraud and mote liable toeh-ceieIre m hube nrslhe

Oil uwk i pt'piyluriS 'rulI.tha., <>ct. U-r 11, I5I. 40 on the tno-t arc(,r.iniodatin I <> terms. will beent lo any part of the countrv', and war- In Chancery. rune of Farrell. Therefore be particular nntr It
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<. liuividnie. an nrtide yirerwrwl fmm doe We have ai.o tew accounts vet due to u" forth I "'
; a ranted to give satUfaction.JOS. call for it by the name 'arrtir Liniment, 0 ferux-uui liark. e-iipilen-d nearly e'jiiul d ( uiaiue, at Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. year hl >. Thev aregenerallv in small amounts L. DUTTON. Asent.Columbu IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. unprincipled dealers will impue this SFURJCCS

.. eb>*ut *"M! third the ink. !I FASHIONABLE I..l..kill ILt4. but i if I the wholecould, be paid shortlv it v\culd gn *, Ga., February S, jsi.( 5 'ly William W. Cheever Complainant Mixture upon you for She senoirerot ./..}. sal

AO, a jronuaJuj jJy dtemkal. of tlie Lt.-.i CId! C41,4, far lartOAard.-liiiuiditiiigcetl !.umpwhich weowe.LEWIS r*. /t/rll.G. E.nutELL'a"Jtu: LWIMI.IT," and

Clua1it J1o\'" till. ilf} &. AMES. Valuable Plantation for Sale. Ellen .. Brockenbrouzh, widow and administratrix take tiovthfr, as the genuine a/tray* has the letters

1)i. W:17.t'fhh.o .lineQ,1cO.l 92 of William II. tn! ckenbrough, drcea--ed, Lucy II. G. before Farreil', his -iinatnie is also OD ,the
fine Ci44ne. T.u1Ji" ExtraH 8ne'l aft a'wtmeutmfFauwi III W..I; THE PLANTATION wh< m : ort.1 C. irtI I Hat". --- -- -- -- -- outside wrapper, and th vTi>rd.- blown inerla.
Artiele K. Card. J !I fomwrly resided in LofofJ O'tinty. near W. I Brockenbrouzh, Geone L. Brockenbroush, !
T."l.-.t at XXTV wKiil.r. jrkec1)vij 1'uarl Fur Mexican Hal!, A I bailieH.. G. F.RRELL'SREUX UMMENT .
:' I'4111 Uadw..lt8d\. Metis' Calf Skin u.ltJtIIl"> Lake Erie, containing, 4Mi acres of nhirh sonIc 2i'O.' George S. lIJ\\ kin and Marx R. Hawkins, his PEORIA."
i'xerc5-e- )li' Ci.i\ > SCHOOL \ril! ,
*
:, TIlE : arc clenreil and} under cultivation. On the jinmi-e xvile, Thomas W. Brockenbrouzh: and John W.Bnckenbruugh I
ti41&
O.g.iial i. f'ttnl4r.ftl1I' Ladi" ;m-l, 'Ji-ntli-tiM-n* Imlin UuMif Shot Mond.iv, S-Vj.trmbvr 1. 1"51. at t AGENTS WANTED in every Town. Yilhitnl
( it- E'JM'i clljrated >1CT', aud other Fami11100- 1)0. KidV lkin >!. and a ;; iiece infant' children of John W. Brock- Hamlet in the United State in which *
: ; fiti< Slij'}ic-rs I thee Slii,.il I H!m-e tallied In St Jill,; CI.1un.h.Auu..t out Lmt-e-s .:. 'l.i.1'6I1tati"n cue i nies-
'ln-
ieiu$. !)(.. Cloth T ij.t (:J.-.ittrs ::; tf p tv-e" ej en'jrouiih.drcea-cd, Lucy B Mj well Elizibetb rabli ht'd.prly} bv letter to II. G. FarrelL PfItia.
Javoe'1. Ye.'d.ier. ;. iitt,jn.t t'f'f"ciby I lJo. C..lort'J and TIi1..t'liJ'J'If"f'F.| .:3, 851. many a'lvant.igc'.n.4 1 it adj"in the jiinfyw(".I., where V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell l Margaret Chao- I IlL, with good; reference as to Character, Re"pjt'
the iol tpuxl f..r oittleand 1 The Zs'ewIMTT and administratrix:
LEWIS A AMEfi (t. k J. MK01NXI.S3. Furniture. ram very "; plin Sims, slow of Witlian bility, & -.
4ft tf nnd Oeonria Plank Road will JKI-* \\ilLin 4i im to W. Sims deceased Martha Ma,cu Sims, and Far-
Octfli$1 l 1, :1. Odt<'t' 2;, 1"J.' 42 4t Call on the agent who will furnish Fteeoftttr't
\ : l the Y.ri J. Amlerv.n.? I fiuu the dwelling and. I think will .
-- "'TI-: liave rfo'ch'l'fllJ yardf : io on the i ish Carter. DrlendJnl4.B Rook conlainin; muth raluuble lor
-- ----- --- a infonnattuH i
New Goods. Crockery &c.TTJ I \ \ find will iijK.ii 1:1: II feW ilavs a .JlU n.]ld "Iut.k : line Ir through the! whole,! hiiitli (.f the PLintati'4i; x irtne of an Order t.f the Judge rf the Circuit class of citizen

I (J New York City iiude FritNITUltE', Cuthit.tilg : aid wlu-u thi Road i conipleteiL xvliiih k i umler 'lofJ- Court of the Middle Circuit Florida( granted every PRlCF.-2j .V) ? Tolar brttle.! 4
cfs. ct-i.
the! Ladi.J am me per
1
i 'I CST riv4 f.r -, \ 1 ::vf r :E
O.M.Y
I'lain and 1'&i.II.n..1T' and Pe Laih8 (;Lt, 11I111 tjt itK-- \Viire.Hiiund ] the, ufiole line of the Road ., I the Court '
Mal, .:anv ll'Ilrt.J".4:3. on willuq will offer for sale before Hou-e door, in Farreilsole! inventor and ar.d wh, ieftli
% icad Bare proprietor
I'Uin and ICh.r.-1 PopkinUr< ( e flat aiid Mjuarc liar Iron t M.ublc tOIl Iitrau, it for COMV 'nience, etc. It I- now offere l for Mile at a the City of Tallahassee, on Ihe first .Monday in : No. 17 Main I'fN ia. Ill, and IOf
Drugged, arrC'tt.
iktreffe IV J.attPlllUlIt..J:: .I'rhiUtl Tuue, Kail ll'nl 1 Hind. lIiNi| and II. S. Iron 1)41.) \iI1 ll St41JIlL", l0:0r."JL lVr--on* de-irtiiu of :re1-irg, will plca-e I Dteniiiernfjct. at public auction, the fcllou'iug described sale wholesale! Retail: atPrnprierrrspricesbi
HJIUT.-U. J Plain and >*trij ed Dre Silk, (. Ct-niuui; itixl Aiucricnii J'i-U! Steel. call Ji- ] Cluire., -who will -how LANDS I _
I. I).. T.hlt. f dl < jib Ewj. them the fo wit : September 6, :,. LEWIS :. AMES.
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&.
.1! Dlack do.
IK Iflick-.uiiiIi. Am'il. nl'UO"'i4'l1f', 1Lunncr C.iitre and .Side TaU land. F..r term-. tloaj'j>]ly to tile at lilY residence, Five thousand eight hundred and forty acres of -
Plain llbirk and Wab-red Silk Mantilla, *, C.,41iu Club 15r;id mid land Axe. Sj'riinj Seat lUtltrulu.oe Fort Stnuisburv, Ha. Land in Gad- en Ciuntcar\..) out of Forbes' I ---

Kid *Silk, Cation and leaver (ilov<.. Kaili of all *izcT, with a general assortment I)o. I)i inlQ% BENJAMIN BYRD. Purchase at near and around Estefinalgi: Bluff, being I CITY COTTON WEIGHER.
Et4Ii44Nllefl l 1L s. and! IJ.ff.iiT L. C. H.& ,.
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Cutlery. .i ix hundred and forty of James Inneraritx'sReserve -
). ;44f1' Jr.nu.nrv 1 R. 13I. 2 tf acres I
Ijl Tlnwad and Mu-lhi E-l::nijaiiI IiiMtini;. -AI..sOOO Da IVtf Tetjsi', of five thousand acres, lying next to Rob na I HAVING been appointed one f>f the Citv- C.ttfO

TVnadi u.."'.1 Cape*.C ,llai>.Cuff..t(1) Zl", pair Mnltu.it Drc-t.rtnll, ]><>. Rocking a Cluiirs Notice. Hollingci's three hundred and twenty acre tract at' ;. I m.tify the Planter: and M I"r'tlllnt?+

Iflm k and C.)l.>rn. Gadlcti anti the -"Qironn-lins Conntie at.
'liE nn.lcr-iti.d lll'rt."e notice that tl.eir
.
WhiUCrajv Slmwl1iite '-. lH do. 3J*:n i.' and! Boy_ blark thick: Thogaw. Freiirli lUnl-ttrad-) Cvuintui do.UurcaiH. .1-l offices will be for the trail-action re-oftffiiai I nerarit>'sdetd to Joseph M White,and the remaining the Getinria Planter that I will attend c..n..tultl1':1! t
\\ and Ci4ort-d' Silk Bonnctn fla sjiclive .jien the : in TaHaIia- to rtceive perMaIly all
25< tli do. d do. kip 41) .t Af.Vliitb five t thousand two hundred acres adjacent Depot
Strum- mid l>-)hitni da SI'<' d i. Ijidnjither) I'o.(l Rout. "\ will be:( ,rwl-J l l..w.' biL-ine-s from 'J to 2 uVWk, every day, Soilday's (Ih'IO. a" described in the deeds of the Apalachicola CO1TON and TOfU ceo intrutei? to my ... Mr

J ll1J Silk Lace for Mantilla OtntV Calf, K-'l) and G oat ]100t. & ROWLES. cxceptetLThe Land Company lo Joseph M. White. Scale tnutit fn.m New York. will l e adpi-fed adCCrttle'il ?

i1i; : IJltu- and VTlsite ''l1ntt' Mtu-lin Do) -!, YoutLiami :\... Shoe'. BERRY: nmt--ity and propriety of wlarand !rxcifiedhour Also, eighteen hundred acres of Land Wakulla by the In-p-ctor of, Scale' and "WeisTif of
Uburk: and White Bilk II-.... Cotton do. -ALSOun41 0
1ark. Cu'n'l..1' (;uitrr, Kid) :li-ti'Ji) t. I 1M l "- C uttlltl Ystni. %U=. .', ti 12. Chairs &c. and u.ye, and are too obviou tu requirex1ihui! rwent .t'our. twenty-five, in the Wakulla 1'C'nl'I; 'I uill p K.eone great aJ'antaI'"d any other nearf -

".ith a jrreatii'i'ty of lt11t) Hartale] -, ton tnmer- AH of whH-Ii will Eau -old a> lrnyn2e atee. risbtI

crtw to mIMI "hid! i1itv \ill ,plt--iM-' call and vx- 1 k -t llid.'. Tallow a!id rviu takoti in tra Jt% fnr' !j jwiiirli "\\TE Imx-c reoi-i\i-l by: the J. r.. \n.1.r'l\o. end C. W. nOWSJ) (. Ftrr'ian Staff. $ and six i hunircdacrf.'S in the Wakn'.la survey I cent on every icr of Cotton ; the Yard. ti.>. Kail i

L- *urn*. HEIR A Ul'ST. we will alJovr' die highest nuikt-t pnr.-. will ojuMi$ in a few ilax- fllr l'unih1ff'rtff'- JOHN BEAR: r,7Wrr.W. adjoining lot i.umber nineteen-this last C jQ' stri'ri:1y fenee! and in good n-pair. the ('.ttpn 'ill

( ftet.1CI' 25.; 1iI. 42 tt Octolx-r 5.i 1/o\:1. 42 hEIR A IJUST. j lti NII\ Main' of tl. fuotIhiidid{ CHAIUS I I cxiToffered R. HAYWARD. 7KfM,,r'r.D. acres le-sby :>iOacre> released by White to Berrien. :j. In n"i. secure from injcry. and can al-o be ft-rwar-

I ., --- -- --- --- for "a1e! i ii lilhtlac.Ve name S. WALKER :,. 7Vf 1.071,111. The teim of sale will be as followOnethird; : t! ded with lede.Liy.. I hOJ the Planter* and Mrrfluiut. [ .

Boots and Shoe Groceries. )IaIM > aiiy H( rwat Cluiirs, R. S. HAYWARD, CMS /. Court. ca&h, one-third at twelve months and one-third at j, .* ill jive me their patronajre a. I ani drtrrt -

l).'. Canc-Msit: do.Rnhniit Fd.riiaryl,1531. 4 tf two veais-the crtdit instalments draw eisht percent Il1inO i de ervt it "bv strict attention to TnT bnrinw4.CHARLES
CST received a fwe aM-urtment (.f tsr rec.ch'cc1. Wm. 11. 'ctta.'i'*, from Xcw Or- __
1 --
pcr do.Jenny interest
from the of sale and
J DEMILLY.
per annum day L
Kti'l Colored Latin .
I LwuW Black Gaiters .J
: 1 lean", Just Received from New Orleans.
Jjiut tluurs, new ttyle, the titles fo be C'-nveved upon payment of the I tot Cotton ami Tubacco Weigher.TaHalia5ee. .
.. lo. Kid aud Morocco .
I) ) 10 Ca>ki- Jlidulhiand isliouldt., \'t"r do.Majtle ; BARRELS Superfine Flour: instalment ; and in default of pavment of any of Auust 9. 1S51. :31 tU--

- I.. Etlamdlud fluJ114, 5 Ca.k. C.uiva>Mtl lluiiu laO.ik tJU 2 Hhd! Choice Suir.ir. said instalments Ihe premises shall be re-sold at -- ._---- ---- -
; D.. KidViikiii''Sh! H>. Slippers wi'l Catkins, 5; I51:K IxMf LUi1, da folHI Lbs Biicon Si4ieIl.l] Shouldre, the risk of (he purchaser alter thirty. da's noticeof Warehouse.
Tallahassee Cotton
Da Calf Rut>kin" and Pioutuua.ALSO .1... do.JO
10 Kegs .
Walnut Cottage Clutir*. I JIM I Suipir: Cured H.im-,, such re-sale.
.1 tt1>U. Filler.o Ilo 'kin Chairof all kind. In Bbl! Iri-h 1'otatoe, BENJ. F. WHITNER THE un.lt'f'. .l i nv preparetl to rt'rcteiG

Mix***!* CoVin-d 1.I.lill Gaiters do. Whi-key, ChihreiiV: I Hi-rh jmd I IA uxv Cliair, 5 Onion, OSCAR A. MYERS, UAGE the r..tftm r>f tfir JJla trm ftnrarl-
)... Kid Walking S'.4.l; and Dubk Ja I-irdOi'l this market The ImiTdinsr i '. : and i
t I 2 OHire anil Dining Arm do."Wood 10 Sack live Masters in Chancerv. iiur to *- # y.
])a. do. and Morocco JW4wsAnJ 2 IXidvs lUoe s-eat and! Cane' M-nt do. 5 Uhl Leaf Lard. For ale bv September 20, 1S5I. 37 ts immediately opposite the Union Rinkl Dear the 5Ur-

a fine twtil1nll'ut of Childruu Lm1xr. Mo- 5 TKIXCStar Caudl. Foot-i-tool.] and Heading ChairIk -*, GKO.H.UK&TWICK.Octulxr4 : :: ket IIuc. ". There i* no\v, a1!o.>. in cioinertmi wtk
rOCCOolUud Patent Leather .Shoes; .\1M10 IJuJM-l Stail live rr ile l. a.M. >"i &i*
v1JKUUV ,iJea. other varictiej 1'"51. SU In Chancery.MIDDLE the in eotir-e of erection irrn-f>ro"f

-tLS4J- ] i I UOU'Li::, .AuctiJiKcrs Ac.Ortolier ItEltUY A HOWLES.Oet ---- ---- CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY. thetoniie' of Cotton all under the iinraitliate tt i'Iltn.
- -I r.cu fllw Calf B< its 25, lfc'51. 42 .b. 1851. 41Notice. Just Received from New York.KIl .! of the *toWril>er. \vho will receipt for Katt<-

IK luiitatioti Studied Boots ---TlR.- P and Se\ved BootJ.nilie* AT CH xvcnr*. Talloluu-ee, Sept Sw, A. D. 1851. ton a. may be ent to him. andJ.Lt brutttille **/; "7..

I :n.i) IVsjjjtid rom ''Wa..cT-rJ1'OClf J1'd., Blankets, Kerseys, &c. Kid Ir"tul,4 Tie! $. 15ukinSlipiKT Pefcjetl *. L-idio* Patent Lea. J ames Nel-on, 1v fur tif: Mlrery of the Cotton ii tee fa ttin n/tr

:].,. (:M Shoo* audDa 1'.1011'(111" A SUPERIOR lot of Blankets Plain arrange Rnv 3Icn'! .4. :> Bill for Divorce. rrl.; l it ill rfffirrtL
Kcreeyg, undersigned having mace some new and EIUUl1l'.I.J'IIIIl.iJIII.] -. Joys Kip ..uis,
Kip IJre'ann" and Itnl1l&d.tI. !. J.X &nd Liti-ev*. Ju-t receive! TilE nl in his businisreiCtS all) persons in- Calf Sbo..,, AVoineii' Gt. Roots: Kid tin. ic.AlSO Harriet J. Nel-on. J The MiuK-riber t* al.> prepared. e* PWtt rttn':7'r. "all**

-.\ O- October' :25! i, bl. 42 J. )L WILLIAMS. debtid to call and settle] ui.| In futuieke will keepno IT ai'rx-iirin to satt-f.iction of the Court by nffi- t. wei:h with correttne and ;te5patcJl

- Youth fine Po :ed Boots I ___ books but: sell hi? goods evclneiveij. for cash or A pood n".ortmt.llt..C Domestic and Foreign Dry davit wade in thl case that the .1. ft'n.Jant'H. ..J.Xll.n. Cottons delivered the .(Tl.rol' limitf 731
lloytlialf welt! du. daDa Plantation Goods. sell at .resides lieyond) the limits of this State M. that I"all"'. and at all times be found at his *' *
I pitxJuce, and by so doing he will be able to (;...101. Clothing I Huts', and 1 Caj', Saddlery, hurl may aIL
: H1t<('.< "(almost mirtjiKc evey*, the lowest living ;price?, hich he promises do, \vare. Hollow ware, Cutlery Fancy Good, :. For the ordinary proce.-H of SuptEna cannot be served CtJtt916 YanL ready. and willinsr to nl't'fmm..bIC N.tSILTudlabassee
For Oa11.IIIuud( Il') ) HEAVY A.
CHARLES
t ". Oitt n.. OFimbiir' and ueslshis) old cu'llJtn,1,sand others wi iIingiobuy atc by un Kilter :
: ;. lb.1l.: 41 C. C. BYRD. W..l 1144. Hu.tt B"'I'all s: *&l.i.iituck low, (glee him a call. lie has on hand a good o EO. 11. BESTWICK. It in tlirrtfore Ordered That said Defendant. appear A gc,t 23'lWl. 33601 -

t -- -- -- -- --- ] Uuiinv and Sa l.-l.nnl Ilasjoii assoitment, of Shoes Hals, Caps lilankets., Cotton October. 1R51. S') tf and nn-fvvcr the Bill of Complainant tiled in tin* CaUse

4. ;: Dwelling House for Sale. For 6lII' by G. 4 t J.MEG INMSS.Octolxr and Woollen Gocd, &c., &.C., (for :amilv. and plaata- on or before the fir.-t Monu.iv in February: next or Hats.

1 ;: tlie fir$ Monday in Difcembur next In-inp; Dc- 23, l Q.'1. 42 4t I lion u es.Janiary4.1S.. Groceries. said Bill will be taken f for confessed against her: General ortment of Gent fa-liioneble )"''
ON ca-h the .'l. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON.CoPartnership. I'rvfidfd, however Notice of this order lx jmblUhed A r.B..: JBluk
,T li-t 1"51, vill lie H>ld fr to -' '--- --- ---- --- -- --- UST receive l KT Pocaliontas and John Stroud kin and I Beaver Drab and BU-k
,, lifebelt Wilder) iK-f-ire the Capitol in the city. uf Tallaliaie Flour, Salt, Hams, &c. ------ -- J'[ from New York, ], in some newspaper in Tallahassee for three months and Colored Sporting Hat. for men//:' J mi snJ

t I '. !>"<. 1. fc2.8n,8 and K" in the] Nurtli Adi before aid let Febniarv next.J. youths,just rl-ccei ftJ. And for sale bv ,
SACKS } Rait 20 Boxes Tobacco .
iJv-H-iol
- : iliti'1 i of I'li,1 city. Upon tlii prujn-rty is i .itUltc1 1 UL150 rr SackAlluin THE undersigned have, this day formed a Copart- 2.:* u No. 1 Sonp WAYLES BAKER, Judge, J(. HEIR A Rr 1.

1 '. the. (flIflmO4Ji'IUlWt.1itI1iltI4', at pl't'Io'ut O'IU- .'Jt) u Table' } under firm of G & J. Megmni. 5; lfl.1 N. }:. Rum, A true t'f'py-\ttt., October, 1851. SO tf -
iiictl by the Hon. J. Waxle* llaktr. It i is in txeryrcfliect. to GEO.: 11 MEGINNISS, O. .\. MYF.US.:Clerk.
] .HIO I'C the most de-irable' refcidi-ncx-i} ill the l"O r.IIXC'f" July 1 JS'iI. JOS. R MEG1NNSS. C 3tinoiigahicia1dkev. October I, 1851. SO Sm Saddlery, &c.
; :1.IUI Il,'. Bacon Si'1t'} 5 ton'rie UI Itaindy, _
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( 'ity. I't..11111I) II;; tll buy, vruuld do wen: to call Lon He Sugar Cured Hams, ;: 4 M. Probidad Cigars, Notice. received a fine lot of men*, boy* and b TM
nlid, it In-fore tIe d.iy of Ju.Octiitr Bagging &c. JUST
t (!xami. ,
SpurUSkin
I 10 Keg* Lard 4 Manoleta indebted to the estate of Jame L. I ". Bridles, Martinpales Stirup

1 1 18, 1":1. 41 7t- ---- -- 7o I'bls. I Extra nnd Sujx-i-iinc Fhw.Ju 0 PIECES IC.-ntucky Pail. -, 10 Sacks Rio Coffee, ALT*..persons<, late of Hamilton County deceased! are reijuireil I, -. Lining Skin, Kip Skins Patent Leader. Pa'

--- Bonnets, &c.e : !t ff''t.in'il.l nnd fur> tale by S. S. KNIGHT. ..'} coil HIIJK', lo 1' li. do. to make psiyment. and all person having 1 deinukLt tent }Fustian with a good assortment of Whil''o.t

October 1 8, 1J":,. 41 tf 2111ntlt.s Gunny Cloth, 4 Pipe French Brandy, aimt t-aid requiretl to 'or sale low by
assortment of Silk wid Straw n"1111clJl.rtifi.- AVluch will }lie sold low a estate are present .t r.t'ST.
at prieeJAMES- VineXir HEIR
.1 -- --- ---------- --- ]' Miutard"Poxvder Shot Xutm"ejs Raleratu", -
AN within the time
authenticated
'raL.tc.of tie hem duly prescribed
lloucLw
Wreath *,
Flowers *
Southern Mutual Life Insurance Companyof B. GA3IP.LE.Si Salmon October 39 tf
N I Uf.\f and I Granulated} 8UIlna.l'ickk..l law o"r will l barred. 4,1851. -
>e
at rsttcnalxlow juice* loy they
UtCfrt ttxles 'r.tendn-rf.
Louisiana. 1851. S5 f
Mackerel[ Table Salt Lead &. For ale by
ELIZABETH ROSS Adnt'x.
: }\r, f'o'lll"JY 0. A J. MEGINN1SS. I born appointed, Agent fur the aLive Ccl1l- - - GEO.ILBESTWICK. Flour, &c.
I- 1 ::1. 4* 4 t HAVING The Forwarding and Commissson Business Odober4ISSI. S'J tf
October 23, ileeinui it to di-cu the
: lUtIIl''l':1I "i!
------ __I _. __ ___ -._ .- $ iiiiHiitiiiO, jianv: and ad\antii of the mutual inMininceiiiciple AT ST. MARKS, FLORIDA, -October-_._-- 1851.. 39 1 (I A BARBELS best family Flour
] -- -- JLUU
:1"13 lIke
3 .
Notice. would wlicit] I theciin.iili-ratinii t'.c Waie-Housesheretofcreoccupitdby Messrs.UHODIK Notice.
,, I' jiertfully IN t Hats, Caps, Bonnets, &c. SO barrels Potatoes
; months after date, I t-hall apply to the Judge .f the ritizm* of Tiilhiha-Mv 1111.1 l vicinity. Any inf'ir- *i PETTI.S, will be conducted by (he un H'\SIlIO ABLE MOLESKIN HATS, ALL persons, creditors legatee, entitled to distri 5 firkin best Goshen Butter.
i SIX rehttive to it. bv obtainiHl I calling the &rsznediio will endeavor to piveas general iat. otherwi-e interested in the estate of
S lr\lI1to fir Wsi>hinstoii County, fur a Jiiud tettlemetit mltlllll 'aJl on I 1_ Black Soft Beaver do. ," or Landing from Brig Uranus and for sale 1'TMcNAUGHT
ubx'rb.; S. S. KNIGHT.Novemlnr i-faction as did their active :and industrious pi edeces- late of JefTer.-on CnuntFlori.1a OBMOSR
luid (li.)ii&rgc from the ci-tatc of Jorx-jili B.Luckcy r. I I Pearl da da do. Paul Ulmer + A
JoctauHsd. :R
1 1i MARIA LOCKllY.} Adiax.I July n, 1 IS.'il. 20' I If Black nnd While Negro Huts, lemand within two years from this date" to the un- Newport,

\VIl..llUIgtfl Co, September 13, Ib51. :t fi fini THE TRUE MEDICINAL -- -- NEW-- --'-GOODS.- -- BOVS Fur and California daDa ler.-igneil, or the Mine win be barred ; and all person Rates of Storage at St.riOTTON. Marks.

Cloth and Glazed indc'bted to tIle said deceased arc requested to
--- - -- -- ------- COD LIVER OIL Cups,
Boots. recivwl n fine a rtmeit of Ladie DRESS Mens du. da do. daLadies' make immediate payment per bale... . .

-; 'I DOZEN Pair of Brook Patent Shank Boot USEFUL: in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, a JUST ) uch a-* Ca.-hniere] M. D'I.ml..lk'mPf'I1. Satin Velvet Bonnet, JOHN ULMER Qualified Executor. W MERCHANDIZE, per barrel, bulk.. .....4c

_I 1 13 JAS UMIILR. i\m, Asthnu, Bronchil i$,Co ughd, IV-rage D'Lanen, Figured and Cliangeable Silks in Dl). da Pearl daDa Jefferson County October 1 1, 1 85 I. 40 Sm CORN and other Grain, per bu.-heL..... .lfiC

.. Al'riI5.1h51.. _ _ and all dlli at1.* of the Client utd: Lungs. A supply patenn. Plain and Watered Black Silks, PLtui *01(1Vatcred China do. do. - SALTper sack,. ..,. .. .... ...
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--- ---- DEillA)1.
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------------ medicine if just received which j is
of( (Ihi.'aluable \ Black Silk Vi>eta. Do. Albion da Notice. BEARD it
Plows.
-I CAST Sweep iu tore> and for pale at low For flale by LEWIS & AMES, lie to cell low. S undersigned -
rtrojxwcs October 18 1851. 4! tf
the deceased
20 on estate of Louisa B. Newton ,
ruft! JA8. n. G.\ 1HLlto May 2;, IrsSX 20 Tallahassee, Kla. OctoU-r 18,1851. 41 C. C. IJYRD. Caps
: -' will present his final accounts and vouchers to the
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Aprils, 1831. ----- .---- Syrup Barrels. Shoes. Boots and Shoes. Judge of Probate for Leon County, and ak to be dis TTEIR. A RUST,have just received Z"Fl11' $ '

t. ,, --- -- -- Brandy. OU SYRUP BARRELS for saleJuURY by r ADI>!S and Geuts Ilubbcr Oven
: i UOWLE3.OctoUr JAS. B. I
GAMBLE.
CASK very roprlwr 13ra dy. : 4,1831. S3 t tf October 11. 1551. 40 6m October 4,1831. S3
I. 1 Alu.a i. 1br. 13 JAS. B. GAMBL11 is, 1851. 41 Ai'iil :;, ISl.; 13

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