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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 29, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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;,} __ -S IIf.I' '"'..-":t;;,;;:- Her husband, she! said, would be unavoidably Dorrance-- --- -,"- answered-]Richard with- -I II I- ------------' -- -. I ,
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cIi* mote with the Jill ,
eturning children
and thtir
detained I"Mrs. nurses. dozen breakfast caps, suitable for nionrn-I I
sathat Mrs. I
regret-to
EIRANG HEARTS. I gentleness. I I Two weeks more, and she took from Ilow- Egerton has en-
I t .
7EE Dorrance's) milled but ]Jar g.iged
lips Mr. a but
MABBXKD LIFE. ; eyes Dorrance told both Kill and me, that ard Dorrance (the ing.Tiley young woman ; my child is very
OF : charge of his mansion, while made of thick lawn and
were after
It TALE I I chaugi: not from thur dim sorrow, as she he wouM turn us out of his service, if we 'I he continued his J ill, and we may need other assistance. I will '
I I answered, I,I failed! to-obev him." preparations for travelling. trying one upon Mrs. Dorrance's head, there 1 mention this to her, and you might call again .

'11\ CUB nr.r.ro "As Emily has not kept her part of the 1!, )II's. Dorrance) ** threw herself hack in the was nothing left which could possibly lead to -say at *- o'clock to-morrow." .
I compact t, I am it-leased from mine. I shall I I I car,.1:1"e. cu.\pn:!: v.Margnret a suspicion: of the metamorphosis.{ Margaret arose, and staggered rather than

.rLrJJu I"BUM O"'U 1..111'.) not go tonigtlt11 ( : and am sorry i! My' God what is there ]left for me to do! tlier's house: Dorrunce like moved about her fa Margaret was satisfied that no one could I walked to the door. He advanced to open it
\\lJ I to have 1 all this an automaton. Since the detect her, as she saw what a change the for her. Their
.IA.rnUIIiLI'e given you trouble. 1 will not 1113 beait't is ]broken eyes met. She felt faint and
| her
( letter .
I I day had been returned to her without
followed, Margaret Dor detain, you one moment 10IJg;r." Mr.J Graham ber.t: his head), cnil whispered light hair produced ; but now arose another sick, almost guilty, such a searching gaze dM

I" t 1't'I.vet1 I.that fl'n', "- t \ N't'et.; berOh1ifttCV.T .I But, Mrs. Dorranceour friend! made I a few woids' in her car.I I II I I tears one: she word seertiod of petrified answer, she with had sized no difficulty Without in refeiences the attainment of her purpose.-' ho fix upon her. His eyes glanced to her

_, :' t..d lH'r ti'4ft1 her bns.It ;, me promise that I would not return without I I She prang from his: tide, as if he had face grief.Her or recommendation, it hair, and !his countenance then settled back

,,*pM'1 I I I Ilia' :" :'.tttn- .. t'ii1i.i He save f bet.tflit.v j yon ; indeed you mct go; your absence :, been a serpent, and! rn ling, up the lofty; mar- II I st'clUl'tllourJy became to grow pale more and wan col.l, her and dim eyes, was ation impossible for which that she had she resolved could obtain to the situ into the same sad, gloomy expression it had
"
''l1o would c.ifet the whole I Ii apply. worn before. .
t but treated a damper over party. Ue the bell
steps : after
i'i'r with
; rang peal peal
explanations: her voice lost
I its sweet tone and her form its She
f I not via Relieve IhafTr.. I was well-nigh discouraged, when the As she wentout into the
.uJ.luHti' "h;'lw\'r they am enough to i her own delicau-ly-glovod( hand roundness. open air, her heart I
.r.ftpth'1, \ e 1)11.1 Graham the answered with thought struck her that Helen Graham, who i leaped with that she had
ceased tu share t I something of< The shntirrs! weie closed all the joy not been ..
1 (.Vt' lit bad scorn in her manner. i but way up, I The return of her, father was all now that had always) been ready to advise her for her recog.mused.
in the second
I j now
t i" one
!, uiht.)' ., I story opened, and she apparently desired. A faint hope dwelt good, migLt still be willing to befriend her if The
Hi roncb it would 1 I I did not say it with any intention r.f J voice called oaf, next day she returned at two o'clock .'
: 11.1bOT easier I i I !hi:i her heart that! he might he able to effect she should confess to her her whole and ;
Mrs. history
%"' have L-Med to his wishes flattering you, Dorrance ; it will most I What in goodness' name i is wanting 3t' the! reconciliation which she had ; was engaged by Mrs. Egerton.
t to<> ; j j despaired of and over her husband, no one would .
fit be for probably
Mrs. Walton
assuredly ro i is
-vMinrVJ all ''OCIl'h'-thau to I lelying j Ibis time of 11 ,Jt seeing accomplished in other -
any have influence than Miss
Graham.
"Uj'vhicb| her .n- nrerBl&UeBS bad! I II' upon you to personate several characters, i i It is 1 I do you not know me?-Margaret At length came the terrible way.that he more CIX.tPTIuIi..
:, news Resolving that she would immediately
',; I and without you, the whole series must of Margaret Dorrance. I beseech ap- The mild odoious
you, hud died in the his breath of
home
jnilM: 111'1' steamer upon return ply to her,she bent her steps to her dwelling.CIIAI'TER spring stole
j I
fall
1 rllj': ,,'v boaa upon; the point u'l t' course*' through. I Mrs.I IJrown, let me in quickly ; I fchall! die if. when they had been out hut two days. His through the open casement into the lofty apartment -
," i h,,., I!! ::.t t his toot, and 1 tagging ? ,I II I cannot ht-lp it Mr. Graham. As Emily you t1! ) not." I body had he-en buried at sea. where Margaret, known only as
I \-,,:' Li !I.,...; *Mlt then l I'lde'owd did not send her husband: for me as thc 1 The moments th.it elapsed before the: door I The kind clergyman who had called to VI. Mrs. Hastings, sat bending over her charge.
I promised, 1 am leleased: from at(>".dan'o- I was opened, seemed to her a-i ts she i i Helen Grch.im! was biter thirtieth year.- Ida when
: I"H'\ \IW, it' i Iron I J'rje ; j break this! distressing i news to her, was stir- awake, would not suffer Mrs.
( You need: not it, for even did I wish! togo stood there She was not beautiful] ; but her thoughtful
', in" truly bifit, Jx-en said that pride urge with her opera clonk flnt'.tring'[ pmeJ to tee with what apathy it was receivt ; -! hiastiugstoleave her sight ; if she! was obliged
,"''. .I J ) r'1:1'ju": IV\' tlwre are that realize bow j j"MJH I my reeeiiing attentions li'omou.." .i i striking: full upou her uupiottcted arms and j'!I He coi.id not read in those cold, stone-like interest. Few could tell in what her charms I moan for her until her return. Mrs. Egerton
'
j j I : the thorn j in the I I3at, Mrs. Dorrance, \oar husband: has breast. I consisted, for her features were quite ordina often said that
1 1 t tin-1:! and g-tlr. : i eyes, of the heart that his words had plunged she was sure the child would
the )1t taken off that interdict," interrupted Mr.Graham Kdwsrd: Graham had followed! her and I'I ry. Some there were who acknowledged the !
>:V 'liI''I"< .".m'llt\\' It, tlfl11" 'm1 !j I : down, down into the depths! of despair, to never have recovered, had she a less patient
,' : ittid ,i.M'rt.
through; the Hike or rooms, for they! both ilefort Jlrs. Dorrsnce to the right! cause the sway which she exer- so
also.
i.ui"1!;: ttllUd; H"'PS aLvn3' all bolyf1t | we part, say that never penetrated. lie could not divine that I Mr. Dorrance said nothing. lie suffered -
remaiued standing in the centre of tlJe'raw.. cied over all who came within her sphere.
I I i I you forgive me. steamer after
(that the of steamer to
ftrmgl'.tolle'oire was echoing depart without
''111"' that the differ ing-room iiis voice might Lave been She stamped ber foot in the She was not one of those of whom Keble Lim
%1J.lr\fI.t: but too truly al I.I frenzy, as answered a spiiit wailing its dirge.: He could not has watching whole days and long evening
li..h 11:1.; fl'jNi1' ber from her bus- j semi-tone lower, as he continued : i i know how, when! the door had closed beautifully said, hours by the bedside of his beloved ebild.I
t' \k her ** I nit'l 1 him to-day" and m.kt.Ii) consent i I i Go ask of ned upon u There are who sigh that no fond heart i i'* their,
i her farther from forgiveness God-you Harry the
,,I1.,\ i iitI;,,! ,.ho I < f't'Ilfl\"t I i : i,i Liiii, she had dropped like a stone to the floor. XHIK loves was only one who seemed to
them
; :ll liint bev. to wait uj;.n you this crenttiff: he replied it : lIe forgive hut I Ille\'er will. I, ; but. oh vain and selfish sigh have taken dislike
: Hi- eodi iud c opon as may yon 1 !hi the di-ath-liLotwoon! that followed, she had Out of the }Inborn of Hi love He a to .Mrs. Hastings. She
,.' vI!, ?" bating apot Iwr children: and i, promptly' that be had no objections. I hope I| The door opened, and closed! after her as been uncoriocious, for a brief period, of the The Father spares Ilis Son for spares them to die." would often coax him to come to her, but

,'nBJrt-I, ,!he I"1 acknowledged ,. His I now you will not confident yourself' justiiied I I: she went !;1. The crrvi'e r !'l-'c-i:: :l of: atid! !;I. griefs; ;: which were feeding upon h{r. I I Xo, for upon that bosom had she alone leaned he would only edge himself farther off, until

,,)?,'<* mid: merry labor. in giving her ble1' j in disappointing Jour friends.: j I i Edwanl Graham turned from the steps-:liisj, j|. When she revived, there was still no alter- : for strength, when the earthly temple, in which he reached a corner of the room, where, with
: Nowwith' thf wlfiiJiiiess of an ituMOTtliea't Mrs. Dortaiicu could) not account for thefudh.tJ 'I, hypociiiicul, lemorseleis heart too utt&'i ly |i: ntion in her demeanor; through all the hustle : she had garnered too hopes, was shattered frowning eyebrows, lie would look up from h
of gu,;>iri, 1
: him lashes
1 act-tie*: injustice! ; ]! I that followed of preparing her mourning before her eyes. She forgave freely the i long and make mouths
., 1'i'1 ttfJiii; ]} thf Itomd'cu'mes, which bad j I that Mr. Graham had: not woken th truth. iisapjwiatmeut at tha thwarting of Lis de-I i dresses, she was the same : her sharpened features hand tl.at wrought its destruction ; sho learned ,! her, in his roguish, independent way.

,'Ii,, ,,,'rlv. w)jwv.aed ullf1u| her memory ty j j.nails t To friend\hf' sare, she had ceased to regard him as ;1 i sgns.: seemed to have hardened into niaible.Mrs. to look calmly upon the ruin ; ay, more j| This pleasant spring day Mrs. Egerton had

: mother, who was now no more die j a ice the night he bad endeavouredto I>I Brown, with tears in her eyes, looked than that, she grew to thank God that in the I availed herself of the warm atmosphere to
,-; T'.tI'lt'\ i ii! *1 iie \\'Jtp fa"** tu "tf au unloved Ii | persuade her u. 'forget fulness of her duties j jas I: ('JUrTEU iv.i ujon her as she moved from room to room, I crucifying of her earthly affections, she had j take Harry out upon a drive. She had not

i 4. wuald at l.st loam to bear it with i, c'aURlof a wife her; and alienation associating from him hAT with husband the first i i: Morning found Howanl Dorrance still : appealing: so much taller from her thinness bee-i drawn nearer and nearer unto Him. I|1, seen Miss Graham yet, to thank her for pro- e,

; '"Im. I it in his library-his haggard face and blood- : and her sombte garments,and the would mutter Little knew she in her resigned and placid i curing so competent a nurse ; and of course
:J 1 I J Tfcu d3\ aer! &t', *1je wandered forth r was no wonder that she felt a fear of hi1 trying '!I, shot eyes too well attesting the strength of j to herself, Lord love the child, ifher fa- life of the revenge which her brother: had she had not a suspicion of who Mr. Hastingswas

''j'j ---fl' tin-kingdom of Heaven ; the thorn of j jKV to'separate. them! slut. farther. She fixed Iht1l fetom: that bat! sjient its fury upon him, tlier: had come back &nd i found her thus, henevfr I vowed!, of the recompense which he had resolved -I! never having known her nephew's wife.

:. ..t!, "jiiJiii? her, tle; bitter wateie of her j; her*'<" <. Aaniestly pou J.im. I thrnojrhoul t'ioi' long night wutc!:"?. ii i would have known her." upon working out. It was a fein of! In the meantime Ida slept, and her mother

H :.ut n\iT\vli.-l'n'n, her, and pride butyl I ** Mr. Graham, is that strictly true f' I i He had kept his word, !hat in so dcjntre! \ I 31argaret hid heard through! her dressmaker which the could never have dreamed-too I I bent over her, heart full of thankfulness to the

"1 !:;T"rtli>iniiihprtnendar.inee. i Upon my honor) it i. What ren;on 1 had wreathed his heart until every !boat was : of the govip'ng; which! had followed her terrible for her belief woul I have been the : kind Heavenly Father who had spared her '

: i, At 1-ictlie, an invitation ton partyIn I bare you to doubt ray word, Mrs Dor- j but a thrub of ;piu.The : Ii separation fro.n her husband.: thought of his usurping the power of Him child to her.

,: '\,- l U; oue of her oldest and most J1tiwa I ralwIr' i conviction, which in Ms morbid reveries Asusual.it! tiel1! instance?, the censure rested who had said, Vengeance is mine, I will re- During her weeks of continued watching,
'. :tf:At\ I IMjTir't 441 thought it "ls ih1.tt she replied, that t had fastened i itself upon him, that in his uj on the wife, the husband being onlyhl.itneJ pay." the religious instruction of her early youth
: t l b:
\\i':, tftpn-jiare( : herself: but !lniUs'! "'al- !' for ".hich fcthionablc! life grants free' ofl.i:> broken vows to licijn C.r: :-1! cDtidnct. Ills sirit was commended in and his wife's unhappiness, and ness. Then noble sentiments and devoted -
refold. Tableaux I' and full absolution ; but if it i is ns you ,:twill I haa seemed have crowded from his mind :- at her hamto I affections of her heart
; ::, would( take no were to :Lviflg length sent her father's, afterwards! of their separation, she said to which had seemed to
.: I ihea! out of dat% and the was |>reiaiiiS| not disappoint: Kinil.v ; it would" not be : all thoughts of r. jiossibility of his having in | thus refusing to countenance longer her ex I herself, "There has been blame upon both be extinguished by vanity and the love of '

I t I' lm ;*m ci; a large ;* Nu Ol e but rigl.t: 1 suppose, for me to do so. I any way misj'jdgeu:: her. I travayuicie*. This was the comuonly: ] received aides ;" and earnestly she wished that shin i: pleasure, had been re-kindled, and they now
j .V'Tat1! cam0 up tt. 1t*r ideas of a ilvbac"I fc;! v irfjrfired karseh' to go out to the carrlige. liven had bis: conc!''nce r.ccied him of, explanation ; but as ahmJs,tla..rt were I might be a mediator between them. She call. shed their holy light through her soul. All _'

;! < .,' H fc1.! f'' axetl Mrs. Dasrauce iito ;, j too great seve/itf, coaU: : he not find occa.ioto ". I> two tids* to th-3 Mory ; and Mrs. Dorrance ed on Mrs. Dorrance, but received the unvarying -, her interest in life had revh''d9 now that she
I :: :; !I'r il\rtl'1t cnnt I ITI ** Von are not deceit-ing me! she! said. I| justify hinivlf iu her coKiiess! : ?-;In the !itd witty devoted fiiends; who warmly defended answer, :1rs. Dorrance sees no one." I! had taken! hold of its duties. She only needed
<1111I'. .-ceiiinjr arri' t, and all Use4a I Ir I Mr. Graham opcud the door. Ahfol-j!I.ltllrUfH> furoar which site hahea to hs |I Ler, ufftil'it lenrtli chilled by her re- 2o week toiio\vc _cc-, and no opportunity a return of her husband's love, to fill tho
", .",,'t: ;Lt4r't '>i been npprcdI will. ; Inwed1.. Dorrauce intu the hall l lus quick;i hated rimln! : tbo choba which- she hai'nwue pcntedT refusals to see them, Ihey too shook loccnrrcd. 'np nf hf.r parthTy happiness happiness

j I UU3,41uawilll'( sadiK'ss. She went ii.!', "ye: caught a glimpse of her husband ju-t but the night before, i in tk-ikuice of their i I. ids mviteriouiiy, and gave-ear tathe_ she was summoned into the deeper and more rational than life had ever
: uur eer\' to iltveit ber !1Uud'ith ber cLilr' coaiing: out of the library. lie answered iu a Lira ? rutno? that were afloat. t t-parlor, to a j person who was awaiting fc" before yielded her.And .

"'I. I raised tone, I As the morning hours wore on, letter I I'rirn tLe same source, she, had heard that I there. Upon entering she was struck with, now, wliilp she watched the slumber
J I'a'( xi-as *eip.] ( Imt IJarry fcad jo ?t been I '* i told you, Mrs. Dorrance, exactly what j was brought Iri'n ; a servant ia the Ld! cvras- I Mr. Dorrance was going to Europe, and that I the singularity of the face of the new-corner. of her-im x "nt Lal}*>_ she recalled, as at". i-J
done times before -
: -oLjht iu iiy iii> nurse front a walk and I yourbubbaud said. ted an answer. I his amt was to have the charge 01! the chilj !. She noticed the anomaly of exceedingly light many the errors for which

:LIILifl:" u-ib; (.t1t'OMPd by a new toy. I They were gone. Margaret had not teen j'I lie! broke the seal. It was from ]his xvjfe.I'pon j! dren I hair and jet black e\e-hrows and lashes.I .- her punishment had been so severe. Her
1 viif: liiiiinr, tar"-,"' aid Mrs. Dor- | the oiu imploring! despairing look that was its pages lie read such protestations( "I Asd now every day she looked throng! the I 'Hiere was something al;o in that thin face vanity, her pride, her obstinacy, she saw in

.' 1", -: i ,ni," -It t in! tiiatnina's: 1 3'J., I i cast after her. She bad not a dream. cf the : o1 f inooijj-ce: ;: such barniiiij wcJa: rf chungf- moriing; papers, to see if her Itusband'name j (of a deadly whiteness from the contrast of! such a glaring light that involuntarily she

".J ,'I". 111'0 UIi: i.it don wan to, me SIt. in | tetuK} Kt; of agony with w hich a full grown less love for him, such! adjurations lor mercy, I t I wer2 ::ino!g the list of passengers, in the dif- I the bhck bonnet,) that riveted her gaze upon passed one hand over her eyes, though she
could thus
shut
1 'II\\'! h,:' I heart, fr.' 'ited with love for her, was b tih'.ig that his heart meK-d! into forgiveness for the; !rLl1t steamers, that was given from time to it ; while she taxed her memory to recall whyit t it out.

.; "'"x !I iirr; '" a nan! b1 \Jny to speak so > i thiougnout! tiLt weary" night.1 ,'< errors the r.nf &sed. lie wrote hastily his line.i I should so haunt her with the feeling that A footstep Jell upon her ear, and glancing

'J t maiuuia. \\VJl, never: tniirti: when poor C'ould she but have: divined it, how joyously answer promising lo lie with her immediately t I 0ne morning her eyes fell upon his name ; she had seen it before. up she saw Mr. Dorrance looking at h .-

'l L''i'-ns!!' In-*, and i h Uuticd! up in the cold : would she (have retraced her steps! with ; he fUued( thu sheet ; he looked in vain ,o'Jl'lmwr of the\\"Iltl light ol old flashed from I The young woman seemed embarrassed by The expression of his eyes changed suddenly ;

1 ;: ,u'id, t"i! : little\ Harry will feel Iwd." j I IJ what explanations of, and concessions for, amidst his own papers for an envelope, and 1 tim! ash r (? read I, Last uig'lt, the! youngest the scrutinizing look which Miss Graham fixed she thought she detected in them a shade ofsympathy

J Titc t-ndn-lioatled felUw dmppt-d bis'I Ii tho past-_with wiitt promise for the fcture, ti.ing'lIt to thu: drawer of his wife's writ. I cJd! Howard Dorrance, Esq., was apparently -, upon her, as she approached. at tir*t. He said,

"i'!' !1d t bu-.i; jut',, a sub, die iM 5 tears rolled !, v.ould the have di&pelled that momentarily f finceaMtig ing div k. The first thiarj his eyes f-11 upon suddenly !s-ei..ed with conn lions. Dr. You know me, Miss Graham," she saidas Mrs. Hastings, has my aunt told you that

i 'I\I!' bit. rlm-ks l.tlt! breaet bftaved, wd b"u j : storm. j was the enclosed! lock of chair. He could Aberr.olhv: Jones was immediately! summoned one woul assert a thing, not a question. we shall go into the country in another month?

L.:. ,jlm\l'hf"l.IJ: I II *' bw-hearted, crrfty, subtile, as I be. sec what It was through the thin! paper, and who suspected, from peculiar symptom I Xo-I--do-not," Helen answered slowu -to" her phc";.' on the Hudson !i"
d4 i done lieve bim to be, yet has le: told her all, ands dlltI'a! under the influence if Xo, sir, she answered, her eyes dropping. ,
mi i'ijt to talk! so to me ; ;,: wi-'jdfj: it, he openedi( \ with the I loud hop. that! the ( i .
Ira !ht.>: .! uij: make in1 f-.n-J) f j !'$ baa cbo cn to go. Now, as I said, so that he might find it his own, so earnestly had : fcom? powerful narcotic. lie extorted from. Thank God then he will not discoverme. under" his steady gaze. ,
!it!>, RI ''t'.jcr: was ready In clasp him t er1 j jI shall it be though it orcahu my hearl-stritiga." ,; she assured him that to I him alon- bml her !; the nurse confession, that the child, having !, ." I suppose yon would prefer remaining:

-r,. wtien suddenly his whole countenance j jI I These were the ouly words tit escaped 1 heart's love been given I lie I read, Edward been restl'ssand fretful for several nights, she I .' !%lrs. Dorrance is it possible that this is with" your city friends to going so far withus

I I (,jJflgl'. ite;umiiig his former iiideftendetit, I, his lips I midnight Amur et consfan'ia." I j had gives it la'idnum, being unaware of its j I you so changed ? howyou tremble poor thing. "? he continued. ,.
1. I 1''> ai saiut. r g up toy, j I Ii :tagrs-ring back, his face irrew pallid, great !o"'l'r. promptly applied u>uai you to assume disguise friends-that i is I that
,i ti'" .;:I\I.I, I was true tat' Edccrd Graham had met his teelb ground fiercely tog ther. !! moans f.r the counteracting of its effects, 'I Briefly, Margaret told her history, only reserving mean I love your .
w.\1, mo df 11-1!." care; mf rever mind ; 'I"h him, and! atked; his consent to wait ) lie threw the note he had written in ''- I and the child was relieved before tho family that portion of it, which would be child so well, sir, "I would follow her to the

I'll oo die, me papa get we new mamma i' upon his wife; but he had told him tint iti! ply upon the coals; he took an envelopei'roui I physiciio arrived. The nur-e who had been painful to Htlen, as involving! her brother; I embarrassed.ends of the earth she answered, very much ,

\tor, qi&." 1 1t ws; to at-jeatiical cxhibitioi It was true I, his wife's drawer, and enclosing in it but a few days in the family, was immediate- and now, Miss Graham learned for the first
\\.M\ WII O't'1ed at this sudden turn lh.t: Mr. Dorrance had answered he thoultlin.ikw (the letter she had written to him, directed j I ly dUtharged. Dr.k'r 1l'th. Jones i is a J|i time of the jealousy from which the young "There was a long silence.

h : ,j Wi. like Staking! the 'boy. ; but conjh j'j'tl'lJL" no objection, but ho hud also added, i t and sent it back to her l II y tho servant.He promising young physician, who has been I II |I wife had su tie! red. Her heart ached as she I Mrs.?F Hastings, hate J ou\ heard my history -

"I. "' \ 't 6Lc Idt taaj to the Ilurtiot, : ** If she consents lo go with you to night, she ; I: wnlk no longer, I his heart was I very successful 1 in his practice. Ho residesat i!: saw the wretchedness which Margaret had I have sir."
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d .0flu,\-" j4eaied at iiie splat tviuctliu -: shall return to my house no more I troubled with no more vain yearnings. The : No. 141 1 Wank Strl'et." I brought upon herself, though she did not I Another,
,kv J 1i,11JJ .\\, l I woman who could call upon God to witness Margaret dashed: the paper upon the floor. scruple to condemn Mr. Dotrance for his Severity the silence, during which she walkedto
window
.c Itt VrtOe erect of that dav. I IUt' The party was oxer. In all her cbnraclrrs, j her innocence of Jiny other love save that she\ 'I '. :Mv I child: my child !" the screamed, as and his haste.Through her to conceal the burning glow
I 1 cheeks.
(, ( tit !1..1'( a teudeftey. to depress bcr I Margaret had seemed to excel herr-elf. AsC'orinne Lore her husband, while her breast was filled I clasping; h?r hands, she raided her eyes to Miss Graham's sincerity, Margaret upon
?I.d: rl' and) ir''1/"If rt''' fwd"ikon the bnnr af' roacbjromiMd I : the whole company looked upon I, wilt: guilty passion for another, she! who heaven. \Iyhahy: oh God!! have mercy was led to see that the esteem which her "I wish you would sit down, Mrs. Hastings
I tf and listen it
to from
her II r!rIlJ,\ Ld | to send 'I her with breathless) astonishment; : wondering i could: thus mingle treachery" and deceit, could upon me and lead: me to het!" I husband had manifested for Helen, bore no my own lips. I
hubbaIJd I I would like to know if it is ,
,: .orb.r, .'e..uou _!1I\'e"U1g d1IiUi4 to ECO eucb depth of expression, where before I no 1'iiiger hold any claim: upon his ':'.- I 'Ilie thought that darted' through her brain I comparison with the deep, all-absorbing love it." as you have heard

",luIJ /,I. 'J ',a ghriiig lire, f.c.ng that thc. they had noted ouly mere regularity of fea- lie would have foI'Urtll'ltt'r! from him as ifshe : that moment, was it an answer to her prayer? :. which he had lavLhcd upon her in their early Indeed, sir, I know the whole. It '
/ "I'l to die, could the hut once lures and brilliancy ot con'IJ('.ion. NVl.isjiered had been a worm had she thrown herself, More things are wrought, Ly lraer than married days. I be must '
Leat.tal" \' t'S LerLi d 01)UI1. her own bUItLauJ's words ad.niralion followed her everywhere ill his, way. Yea, he thanked( God that he : ihh woild dreams of." Helen Graham appreciated the thorough a it painful" she subject to you ; I would not recall -
said
I when the tableaux ceased ; but heartsick '. wus btrot now,-that his weakness was all I She flow to her room, she habited herself in'h''r change which had been wrought in the I as she resumed her seat.
:-bf',) bad r Jlliu at the husband's into her breast make hhmelf I and heavy shawl of the same color. her such self-devotion she to present me. you tell it to me as I _
ppj4j 1 lour' it \\u; piesence creeping | the way-side, ho had now to a i mere, a as now purposed have heard it ? it
}PUIIctuIk.Mr.J ..t the dour. more and, to the titter extinction of all other; path through thorns and briars, and manfully i 1.\s Mrs. Brown had adopted mourning dress I carry out ; choosing perform the menial offices you talk about it to -" is a relief to me to
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L,r f \ utc.u had not eom O. the ret' emotions', the \nleomcJith eager joy the t would he toil oti over them. If (they lacerated :!, ftrh Dorraiice's father, in win so service of a servant, rather than to endure a Her heart beat you.fast she
r ("11"h boulj, l.Iot lo obliged to gol 1 an&ouucdiicnt that her carriage was in waiting him, none should. know ; if ha grew she had been for years, Margaret: hastened to longer separation from her children. ; summoned all her _

dL'hI, ]!) ,OWl' *!Il' wnt to ber lJOulor-thp; I I I weary and faint, he would heed it nut. On, I her, and di-ch's-iug her plans: borrowed her Willingly she wrote a note to Mrs. Egerton courage. ".

t L. ,V'ul,I' )<1 room. where Jie l kid jessed eo I Mr. Graham: was of course her escort. on, pausing not even to look! back into the coarse black! straw bonnet, and thick serge ,, commending her iu the highest terms- Your wife, sir, as I understand, was ,

T'ajit f1 JII"-: ":, ,OUr \l1h t u<,r J jiukljanjf 1 [11(1 lie was very much :animated: and piofuso of; past; until toil-worn he should welcome the I veil. I spoke of her as a gentlewoman who had young, giddy and vain ; she did not study
':.iko"' II I'"If'' tort'rllieir| favorite hftU 1 UK;: : pram (f the pails; feho had io well MiMained. j only refuge fiom ceaseless borrow which the I I How her heart palpitated as she threaded I II known better and happier days; and suggested -I your happiness as she ought ; you grew cold .

'uud to Lft., t t'f.1! upon a 1.tUue, 1i4erutl, : :Mse answered him uulJ in () i.\'blIl's.-j woilJ can give-the gra\o. I ttrcct after street, until she came to one in I that she should bo employed rather us a I towards her ; she thought that she discovered -
"r 'If' ".t'r b I his That suburbs of tho city, where she remembered the entire chargeof that you did not love her as fondly as
k I ] '? niau voice bad vquallcdN Indeed, her mind was .0 preoccupied)! wilh Such weie thoughts. very day (the nursery-governess, having you ,
!" II. 'II"(-u "MlulJl1 I 1 j tones. 1 thoughts of her husband, ivsoli-ing! that: bite! I he wrote a lelter to hit aunt ISjjerlon, the only having heard that there was a large hairdressing the children, and the control the servants did another- Mr.( Dorrance gave a start of

*'./, IIh (' fct" 10 f I I Woodlawn her found the easily and to the I She of her to her at proud and very wretched ; she would have
tiJ J, the Belied tthichevPr way fhc tuniUo ness to bim, t.hat *he did not o\en ob l'I'I I her to leave place upon She place womanin begged engage once, as
loty minors reflected 'back a pale I the direction which the carriage was taking. (he HudbOii! and como to his city home to waiting, she communicated her desire of in so doing she would perform anact of acknowledged all her errors, and begged for .
bCIt ",'tj t'VOS that tears bll toLL .J CJf Lalf At I length they fctopju'd. The footman, take; charge of his children, while he should disguising herself, at the same time pressing charity, which she promised to explain to her I a return of your love, il she had not felt that

;UliIICJ. flinging; open tin door, tuid: Shall I ring I, 1 ravel in Euroie.lie upon her a hank note ofconsiderahle value to at some future day. you had deceived her ; and so things grew

Uo .ratlg.d) it fTC-VHIVM the\ lull, fcht"Mnigani I $ hid not visited him. since his marriage, insure secrecy. "Mrs Dorrance was to bear the name of worse and"worse uutil they terminated in a _

fir U efT jT j ofaiuU' >1> fl\tin' WIth its 11.rthtt I glanced up to the house., It washer I nor had ho/ taken his young wife to her home; Margaret was taken into private room.- Ann Hastings. She left with the note immediately -, separation."
JrDE! :''c._l'le' dt''i :tecolon'd'I'ltll I father's dwelling.! I for u coldness had sprung up between his She sat down, and directed her long exuberant her heart full gratitude to Bliss You have not told all ; will you let me 0 _
t lIatur" jeSbauii.: flowers that t'lieiicl.'dWt What does this mean !t" hho said quickly, aunt and himself, on account ol his treatment tresses to be shorn close to her head"- Graham for her prompt as i tancc. I finish the story"?I" ,

?L'a"rT* a coroiiet-the embroidered demi-1' (IIIVC back to my own residence-what aie" of 1 II 1 d11 Graham i who was her devoted I The woman, with more forethought, suggested It was near twilight when the reached- Certainly. .. .
I ".Ct', looped, up with green f.11rAt;, 'I' you thinking of, I Kichard {" fi,i il'lItl.| It was at her place that he'liad first met \: that site should spare as much of it as I Place. Inquiring i'orlrs. Egertoi, she was I "I worshipped ray wife my affection for -
1dj4 to I "Ma": :iie bud; so much taste evinced, "Of t my maMer's orders, madam. ; lIe directed i. I her. Hut! now he wrote fO humbly, acktiow 1eilgiug I possible by drawing it off from her forehead shown into the sitting-room. She waited I, Helen Graham was calm as a brother's. love;
IIIQeL 1. }his sin and her of the 'I and from the back of her.head, and fastenIng but when year after year passed,and wife ,
>l around, and withM us t to leave you here. I telling severe up what seemed a long, a very long time to her. I my
1 due b world, of misery looking out from There was an insolent tone in tho foot \ ;punishment which had been visited upon him | it there, contrive to cover it with! the false Then the door opened, and her husband: grew more and more regardless of ray wishes .

JTJ!} & of those hojKJefes{ eyes. I mm's'oic.. which Was'r..' galling ; but collecting for it, that Mrs. Egcl ton could not refuse liirequest. : j !hair she should select, and plain muslin morning stood before her. Her heart beat violently. j Helen 1 did recall with the calmer! emotions I had felt for

"' O r-1Jt'U rang. The servant who an- ) : Lel'f: ..dfltg.. Dorrunce replied with!) I i caps. Mrs. Egerton i3 enga;.d," he said ; "per something like regret. Oue night
tot tJu j uiliered a gentleman into the dra dignity, j There was nothing to keep her at her, own Margaret entrusted everything to her. The haps I shall answer as well after my wife had sent me from her presence

M5. \\.1' You know my father is in Europe: Ilichard I home, except{, her attachment to the beautiful woman only cut off about half the hair ; the She handed lain the note without speak with harsh, galling words, she admitted clan

CI'D orrance advancing met Edward -there h no one here but his. hou&keeperI I t-pot; for the had no family having been left rest she managed to hide with a cap (,brown destinely a man whose character despiseda -
1 11u'r I am su'e there i is some ltIiSuntl lstandillg.- a widow but a few months after her mar Holland which she was some time in making, ing.As he turned towards the light, to read it, subtle intriguing man of fashion, whom I ,.

; k GrnLaw To \Lat accident. am 11 Tell William to drive back, and then if your riage.tihe. and to which she fastened the perruquo of she ventured to let her eyes rest upon him.- had forbidden to pay her farther attentions.-. ,

tI 1 fr this unexpected call t" 1 mabter still insist i *, 1 will make no objection. immediately made her arrangcmcntsfojeave flaxen hair that -Mrs.,Dorranco selected. She saw that the traces suffering were as 11: know not how long he remained with her :

Lire f1. \\Vjillou cominirtionod me last eve- ." \Voodhiwn, until tho summer. weather. Commissioned .Margaret, she then went evident in his, countenance: us upon q her own. i-stop, hear me ougI.ho said as Mnrt'J '; ; :
to ctU for )ou to.nig1t Mrs. Dorrauce.] 4' We cau't do it, indeed, we cau't, Sirs. 1 fehould come on, at waich thuc fehe proposed I into the adjoining store, aud purchased half a j lie finished the perusal of the note. (Concluded on fourth pagc.) 5,; : _


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present I action-and in all this we have not, '11 The Parties in Georgia and Elsewhere." !! n> laudable motive for them o all that are snppcs j
;t f :tIJLt jOithii1ilj'Uillt1l.[ '1 I I the CiiA there be otb r i In the tate speech delivered by Mr. Toombj.at The Albany
;. ; erased to remember that we were democrats, The lamentable! condition of the whig party every- j t) actuate huicanjicort. any ; Kniderboclcr, a \\hl'Y Ilt.
than! tint which from the dire f the spoils is by the edi- of the Seward r.
--- I withdrawn interest in the mode-and whi.re, I liss awakened an unusual *r-rit tf patriotism things T Milledgevilleho represented stampe t c"pIr
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t I r t i TAI.uAss7T: : which' the' t should be adj'i 'in the1rr-u'ts' of\Fbi edikrs It, the hoen-atWn* of<(Ece and the patrocage of power! Nay t. make t J i j j tor of the Athens Banner, who was present, admission : 1 Q!O lrg
t i manner by Republic
: I the matt*-r more plain, we believe that th* Cvnstitn1tk
of the'ancient Pharisee, as it is exclamation "
ad.
: :- I now the made the following pregnant \\'IUPPF.D
as
having
1 :. .. SATURDAY, NOVZMBEH: 29, 1851.'i: ministered. Fortunately: in taking up our po. j I Ii J of the modern Ccistitutional Union. Whig, that he nal: U(.-, Wlogs, being sjiti-fied that their old pun-j j'missions which have taken COfxolTT.Th tJee .
,,1. 'f I'i tion in the line, the democratic cipleswill til them as }!'rtMt'00pe: to maintain j'j : fbee i in Ohio |; fI'
.: -- -Il- i : Republican ,thank-el God be was not as other men were," and irn. New Jersey ,
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New v
Tint the Northern -nv-mts
which I every
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: J J Of" to Mu. \nvnc'f.-\\\-h:1\'cf'ct.-h'-l, I[puty of the State are it no loss in the chOleof" i iassoi both were perhaps equally sincere. Objection is i thtir "places" by assuming a NEW NAME \i j gone into the recent dictions! with a faSthfal }:( things : the Whig party is a';Aro t.&

: address the FloiiJa ; iatcs; and it is matter for the highest felicitation -' 'made by our neighbor the Sentinel, to the re-mliuu they btlit-ve to be popular and denouncing every bo-1 j j jby (" to the mproniie as a part of their political: and that the i cct.munit
I ; ::1 t" .Mr. Yulec'a to j pele ol :, oM L f> DcmocraU
I tL-e. after the tisliion I of the Pharisee of r a modi- in -
Dom-KTratk Li Teed l and condemned all for repeal cr
of the (
J of party Georgia and t.I 'I\"bcrl', I agiUtk> make ',
J : nnd his argument in the caa of the contested ,,i that we find so large a party conMM and he found that tLe wontef the patriutuni anti l virtue which they al j 1 fi. :. The any man President they ? tIlL

t wat Jit the U. S. 8'untiiJidl wo will lay ,': vative friends! at the North, who battled j; objection_upon po4tiun occu- claim to pc<*-fs. Well, if we read! the dirtait! tlnmder -j 6. That in no single! instance, have the Northern: I treachery of the filter! CmIa-; ; .
I the Lite !
t pied by panics at election and upyi i\e a9- Whigs planted themselves on the compromr'e in ff*.I\I impossible for the Wli- ?- that. It
I j. : ]before readers ,tour with us so faithfully three \-(:us nso,and %.vhoj I I that the democratic itself aright they will have the opportunity to test j the uf the t party- t& become
I; .i our eaIIietposEiUe con i ii t ti tuMp'icn party arrayed a taith, but that controlled by SVranwing una. again. till they hne
j i have since then almost alone breasted the the msgij of n n.'Ul-.<. J the have either: condemnwl i it L ted passed
:i : \uic.nc ||I gainst the Federal Union nn.l" plotted" a "SouthernConfederacy. ptrty or > np n I a I long series of defeats lhro..l.
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.i t .': _ .1 swelling tide of fanaticism- now ready to cooperate |< : ." We will not stop to deny the chargeor Heart-rending: Accident: a:itatiiig cf it"After the question tf repeal or Dwdlncjitioa of porttun l.pl'rami: of old, they have .dis:1t Tals. L1.

t .( \1, 03 \re Rtt"rt-stl"tl-tl) tosiy that Profei5.cr I I in restoring the Government to safe prove the utter .ity of the uml'tk-n. It \rilI The New York papers contain accounts of a most such concessions as the e, it is matter I"1 long indulgence j in gf'O"llataJ i

Lord'5 sc.1JOolill com 1( n.-e on MondayKrening sufficient to the cf the which of made them insane lael
*} simply quote language Augusta awfal an 1 heart-rending eaUnuty by upwards and ; lu
I ". and ttwiily: ) hands. And we are persuaded tren birth I
Union
of wonder the Constitutional
It .r' Ii t next, at the, City II ole.t 1. Chronicle d' Srnind-a sheet! of tl.a lame sixty children were suddenly killed! and home tliitydangerously why gratitude. but to vindieitvene 10
'II 1 that! :1l1lh21t is at needed t.) effect this !. i j
t : : present I stamp with the Sfnttnfl"that the macs <.( the wounded. TIlt led lent occurred at Ward Whigs of Georgia and elsewhere, who make promred to revenge himself tore

: -: .. 4. ::0-Should any ofnur leaders desire a nnch desired reform, is a cordial and h.irmonioas Southern Rights' party in the late election did not desire School No. 25 situated ia Grc.enwkh.nuut',betweenCritopIu support of the Compromise the sole conditionof partv, and he Las done it. Uh.Rt cn the \LIS

I ;41 female teacher in their families! or know of a I'I union on some reliable and sound dcm- a dissoluti'ju of the Union." But before inquiring r sin-it auJ "fixtJi Avenue, C n Th:rs Jay afternoon their adhesion to any party, arc so violently electedi'e President, the 'nj.e 1I1IjI

: School in their in of uch the into the motives that actuate the Oth It that the ia strong and all-powerful. 'i's "
; f ntijjhboihood want !, ocrat, and this the signs of times indicate probable e telflaudcd the : ppir : ruetressia l opposed, not only to uniting themselves I I J iiey art tJ"

". : 1-- aj; instructress, "they! will find a good opportonVy [ !' that we shall have. Certain it is that since ] lovers of the Unicn. let us millerstand vbat is I the Piimary Department, MI*} Abby Harrison (the I ken and scattred-without the mea Lro.iI
with the Northern Democrat* who have
& 1. !'!I fought to be accomp led by the re-tinien. againitvWdi i bull Jiiig being f ur s-turiis' high, and her seh.x-1 btiig I come I ing ill i.r oou. A slip whhont :'rd 44
: for securing the! services of a cnmpe-i tlse election Jackson ia: 1523, the
: pros. xre'find such solemn prott ti'. TIle organs (f II ii the second i't..IIj"lit) ) Ltd been unwell for several i j :so square up to the mark in the recent election, should be the emblem on everv
"i.i: r 3>; t tent one by addressing Col. I). G. Livingston, i j pects of the democratic party have not been the The 'l'tand j
: the Southern.Democracy (even those.hitherto most days, wa.* suddenly seized 1 w 5th a sort of parayil! but even to Southern Democrats unititig with I country. rtsvh of tAt leu airreek.

a '. Madison C. II. See advertisement j so. flattering as at the present writirg, and we''; ultra.) esprewnjj thcm' "clve? -ati-fied with the verdict I I which so alum"ll her sclwlirs that they! "rl'.\Ill..Ilut. them. Upon the very testimony of Mr. hn complettl&rokm cL'll7I the (
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rl 1 Extensive- Land Sales. I. regard it as a Cxed fact that our own State! \pf tUs people ou the cornpromi'e rasa-ure., nit.! re- and the. boys overhead hearing the u--L-e inuneduitly I Toombs, it strikes us as the bounden duty of I elect o//Acr-or/y.and U shows that til '

'1 column will demand her rightful share in achieving f .U'JW'* the quu-snon connected therewith as settled cried *Fire !T and fled down stairs ia the utmost ccnfifci -i I a lug President next faUzn,
; : .By refer -nee to our advcitUmg -m2 1/> j man, who does not yet despair of sav- alike' childish 0"6
every and
l look iliac future veU-being (,r the country, and in i<*". The inmates of the builtiiag, nuinlwring )110 impottnt. There .
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.. .. t, ;,:: ilAf'll: be seen that on Monday next, a very I c''the great political victory of 1852. Our chief the hrtjj, uf preventing. recurrence, rf the ct ils from or COO, then appear to Live been seized with cluster-1! !i ing the Republic, to come out at once and aid I Whig in the Union who would !f

( i large sale valuable Lands: takes place before \''design{ in throwing\ out these remarks_ has i in the selection of and true for I'I dozen States." tafT IZ aIn
e J which \\P8trajit we have escaped, seek by a ciiiun of uatr>n, (we quote from the Journal of Commerce,) j a good man

4( : the Court House in this city-part of J been to direct public attention to the subject, L i thejclil -,National.Democracy, to -tabli.-h the ptrmanciit an-1 nt-hing over benches pressed through! the dour-j I::''I President who will concentrate the strength I view of such concessions tf, .

: .t"r. which lie in Gads Jen and Wakulla, and the in order t., the assembling of a State Con- I asccndaocy cf Democratic principles. And f.ist ways t Jngs tfj! the when stair-cose s,>lid,masses bursting of the tcrritied brJusiers children from were tlnir! I:!j!, of the Northern Democracy in his f favor and t 1 to be wondered: at that the WLigoftJ.*.?

:: ;. remainder in Leon, Eomo of them within a vetition, or the calling of District Conven.1 hqw is this hope,proposed to be realize. ? I* it by a plunged headlong through u perpendicular distance of I I I i thus secure his triumphant election over the I tutional Union papers in the Sooth

.''I few miles (f town. .\ rare chance will be !, tions, for the j rurpose of appointing ell"gstestnnd and soctioual it alKfsrhare orpartial l IritLcrto crMnizatkm denounced. 'wliich as the the dawniiijr tientintl Simultaneously near thirty feet the to a bell stone of the flagging etation-liouse at the bottom.adjacent I i i'! factious Seward influence, which, says Mr.: pzsed to re-organization of tie} Dt'm :

'-.: ojardfd to those who witli homes on good ?: we hope that our brethren of the press.. of-I of an attempt'aiiete one section of the! Union began to sound an alarm of tire. The scene within the I TooI1lL tf, controls the Northern Whig party. party, particularly they see in that I
nor.
I said l terms. j East and West will tike; the natter into buJMiug; flefi-eriptioa.! The doors at the main en- ganization
'J an on easy jthe I a positive
j I from another Or is it not rather by an organization tninf-c of the IiiI.itIg: directly at U.e 1tt.U.f the certainty of their T
N J- Arrivals of the
Atlantic and Asia.
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f t Hail Road Meetin j! early adv iscment, that there maybe united action which shall embrace all! of aaamccii faith in all parts: stairwav, fllM'IW.l! inward. ai d tlw pressure of the accumulating defeat ?lI
; The Steamers Atlantic and cia have
iu securing the object in view. of the Uiiioii'demanding no concetsk wliich can be ; pile ot>t bodies in the -weir forme 1 by tl.e arrived. I In addition to these admissions
: I* A call l apjjears in the Mariatina IVliig for j jainecling winding stair!. preveuted tli'we without from aflvrilLg I The former reports sales of Cottonat bv_ a < --
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fcf"i to not be yit-ld-
: of tLe citizens of Jackson County, !! injonous any may immedbtc reliit Three %rfnir i't'Ji\idtiaK! rimingwh ard print, we give admis ions equany
t Rcroving the Indians. ed In justice by all The position of Northern Dtinocrate .'m was Caj>t. Seabury the police e 'rp-, sjn-edily Liverpool, fof three days, at 39,000 bales, ted Fillmore slicet.! as p'JII1.
by a The
onlhc Ct11 December, "with a view to directingsltciilion ; We aesnrarice their Lt- ".t in the doornnd! made exertion with! advance .V. Y. V ,.
I notice the proceedings of public! meet. t gives every ( di".p-isiti .n to a- every to rtiiwe |I an of I d. French affairs are

... to the contl'l'ull:1tetl extemioll of j, ing at Masi.inna! Jackon County, held on f tide by the compn-mifes of the Con-titutiim, and the !littJo! and suffi-rers irar/lorius, who* held lix-ks out their anis the, ctlicers anti with I j jscrciuiis i in an cxiritf-d condition, on account of tho whose editor, Mr. Fuller, is aa ofnce-fco,;
bet'VJglit to '
the Hail Road St Andrew 1 when the clouds of disaster bung most aVjveaid under the present Government
Georgia to j the ht-avily them llu-ir efF-rt-s b I Pre iJl'nfs and ig i
-, 'j iUt 1 inft. to consider the subject of the I save wIre a degree frustrated speech.[ Six hundred officers of ,
4 1"e suggest to the citizens of this and the j removal the around m, the only light that glimmered ccro-s bj the Drtaiit, flialiiig cluldren from alve. wh>. as the have staunch upholder of President l lrnonn.!
of Indians from Florida. A declared that he
1 committee 1 the Northern Ticrizr n and gave peofheirdiiptr.-ion: they reached the d"mr [pressed those already] l 111(-rethii army may rely on marks-
; Counties tho of
adjoining propriety calling a j jsioular of five was appointed' composed was radiated from the body of the Democracy. Mr.! over the briiJi ; and in many inatan'H'S when tIle I them in :emergency. His speech was regarded -
"
: meeting at au early day. The call' (1 officers were dwut to c-xtrieite ill cLf,rtunate little !! What hopo then, have the old Whi
'I :11' 1 Ion. Thomas Ualtze!!, K. L. Campbell, Tuomb,ii 1&ii late speech at Milled ;viie! as-n-rt.-, Hie, a Cdlhig: U-dy would knotk away their amn. end !| : as a declaration of defiance of the \8. ty in the coming PresMenti.il : par.I .

: .t : feliaultl embrace Tbornas County in (Jeoria. If. Bush, }>q=., Col J. J. Piltrnan and! Judge ': that th3 Xorthtra Democrat have in evtry Xife.me bury the one theY would save fr-.m tl.tiright.. Meanj j seinbly, and a determination to oppose it to I whelmed! as they are by the codes!.; orer.

Jet there lie speedy ACTIO.N-tliis U i what is ;- into the election-s with faithful adhcrrnceto tueCtn1r.rome. while the work .*f dvat'i' was g"ing I'll am>ng th.,se be- Dcmncratic na-:
4 I G. S. Hawkins, who! reported resolutions re- | 'any: extremity.: Oflieers and soldiers of all 'joritiE's.Mdl have rained
noasvajittfd.. i ant condtjnnfd qll? itatil.fir neatli. Cnjtt. h'eabury thinks the pile at onetime was : upon them ia j all
.p r 'Fa11ing'm accomplish no-1 1 co-nmcuding: that the m ans and power of the in rrpfa the considerably! al>i\e his hewl say six ,-r seven feet in I Illl' grades: are determined to support the Pre i. the States for the last six months? We answer .
but that instance !have
; tl ingt but ACTI ox may do a great tleal. Shall Slate be j! or 1IW.fl!((dO7l. no ninyft : gLt. lT"*e who f.-H"11 top eK-apecL genrally, with j rvorf HATEVEK. 'fhisi5 '
employed for the removal of the Indians j in the aa
to
dency opposition An. Enpalttabb
# Xonhcrn Whigs done !o-aD.I fiatLer, that he felt but triuing juiits, while! those I on the I seoma' floor, assembly. truth but -
veluveitf i I ; we are
compelled
: _____._ _.__ I, at the earliest practicable, momert.jThe .- \ bound in candcr to say that the principles cf the et-nij rl-ing m lubf-rs of th<* Primary 1 QI.1ltnlcnt,(necri j other expedition was about to start in search I honest convictions, to utter it frtm our

; ,j South Western Rail Hoad.We i } further recommend to his Excclkncy (;c"-.rga! 1)l4tf.fl1totU be likely to carry them (the ly eri-hed all yr'ung in; girls' ,) who -rmed the bottom of the heap, I j of Sir John Franklin. I doctor takes no ph asure :In plinlr.Ma Tie
I' large utciiliers. It is.judged that tear thirty telling patient
copy in another column: frotH the Co.!i the Governor the calling together the Getter- !|I Constitutional I'm'-n Party) in UnL'iOU with ilie .Va- dead I 1.>xi! .s were crowded t"geth('r :1 a ,iniwct nuts Tlie Asia reports sales for the week at t that he mast die within a hnlrtmonth, tor

; Times sensible] article with : .li"l Dmt .craft. Where, then, is the want of mod "-f tho: wh. wre bt-ncatli. Ci abia-y with the Priest in
Iambus a very : Assembly at an early day, for the purpose 4 : j 't. all 70,000( bales-demand good, prices advanced I I assuring the sinner that he must
1' <--'L leIl the .' .d sn- r.rn Dcm';-ratic paIr th tuXitty!, that th. desperate nature <>f the ea-e was be damned all I
the South Western I through !
reference to extending Bat
eternity.
this the
accomplishing desirable! object. calculated t*> awaken, f JSd. Kossnth continued The
fUin te
i tho who Live ell their lives ( wu so as t > rceogijzeand triumphant. I
on e and
calling > except item solemn
Road into 110:ida. \'e feel warranted in I j The meeting was addressed $! ri-st ae hi little daucLter fioju h ijen.!ling death demonstrations in his behalf I duty must be disclarge-J;
by Judge ;i in the late Oeorgia tlcct rin.)) acted. with: them to after removing two or three him-l.-cd who .reeeded her I were unprece and they are coward wl.o refuse to lock
assuring the friends of this enteprise; in Georpia : j Woodward., lIon. Tho. Ualtzclland Gen. Mil-1! come back; into the old fold and assist ;in the iitnitia.mu in the fearful! UL A considerable min-.bcr h-aj-ed dented.': The new Electoral! Law has been I frowning Fate in the face. a

that the jtcople, oftliis part of Florida !' ton. I IThe I I ti i and election a candi'.late fcr President! wLe! from the "iu."wr! tIp second'tory, tncl a g'ntkman !; defeated in France ; yet, notwithstanding! the _

will with them to the extent of the leader of U.e party to which the &Tli.d I Iclmn" who was early <-n the sp>t anil f! scaled the fence I TIle Sentinel says We have
co-operate
thall very ever
I proceedings appear in our next \ eu;!l'ing the yard; says he thinks there were twenty Ministerial defeat, every thing was tranquil. : regarded

: i their ability in connecting the Atlantic with i iI I paper. I to be attached 'n louu-1 in candor to ay tint Uxlie !UL-ig 'rii the ground, apparent liftles*. but wl I fibscqucntlv I Theitfld of Gold in South Wale, is said to; the compromise as eminently constitutional
I would lead them to act in ura.-ou with I
their platform recovered ironi the ttuniaagetTectsof the "
I the Gulf via Talk1uaf= to St. Marks. If the In reference this I ; and just. Doubtless tlereL"e tEosein
to
matter, we are informed : die National Doi.vxracy? And why will they be fulL I be equal to that of California. The King of
; o/ountitts in Georgia will secure its construe The J*'ail } wounded ;! the South who would the
upon the most reliable! authoiity that a bound] toad with the National Democracy} Uec.iu.-e nn.. were at (neo taken to the Hanover was dying. express 3Il!
lion to the line it will be met on the of Oth! ward l.li.& "tnti"ulJoU5e, ami as th y were ie-'f> idea even if demand made tie
-
'
; part I contract has been entered into by the proper !I if they are lmwt thy must eee and ., rstand that rJze l by pnirentti, were removed! in carriages.. The C:l. John Erskine. every by North

I our citizens without$ any further expense to Department at Washington with a Mr. Blake I' the principles of the National Democracy, if mh5i"y I x-tuii that presented i ftself as parents detectetl in the Tho }bar Middle Florida is about to lose were acceded to by a Congressional majority.

": (;ccrg 3. Nothing further appears to have I Alabama, for the peaceable removal of oWrvcd mutt and: will preserve the Constitution :amiI 1.a'kt.'nl'lllujol dttosted features those Uf,re them, ,I II We do not say that the editor of\heSentintlis
: th5r! oSpring, was ainiobt ono of its most able advocates in the
ovirjswerwg-svitiI )
i; J Leeo done in the Georgia Legslaiare.! tow- I these Indians, and it i h said that the contrac- I' Hurt bt-bg preserved the recognition of the State ti.jr.s toO deep! tll seek exj'res.-inn in tears, some em tore-1'! {person i one of these, but we will assert chat-la
Rights dcjctrinc* follows. n'Cc "aril1' It will in! be their Lair arid \ of Col. Kr ,kln; Quincy, who, we regret to
J nrds the appropriation uu-ntioned in our last j jus tor is gave utte rauie to the nior-t heart-rending i does say what very few men in the 80u.1
I I now making anangcincnts to undertake! [ believed that any hostile and conflicting element can 'is; ia! ..f thi-tre4.! But with the larger number, the j i learn, has removed to Savannah, Gt'orgi:1.I I ,
provided fur in the bill introduced by )1 r. I the compliance with his i quiv'-rirer lip. the <.ilent tear half have said. Henry Clay declared in the Senate .
agreement. )1 r. <;nttriiio: the re-organization <>f the National Uemocracv :r suppressol groan,, Vn acquaintance of with him
: l lire> witn'- of the inward II many years
s ttrife
lift of Albany.! I Blake! i is to receive 950: () or thereabouts and therefore it will not be even frsmmJtla.t that the compromise gave everything lo
er
j j It Las been j warrants us in saying that from his talent* :
dtc ,
subsequently *'vereil that the nnraj j
thc. win to be iu favor of dL< the North arid the
head for all those that Southern ; are uuu>n. nothing to SouthWebI >-
Democratic Ccnvtntions.I I can bo persuaded toeml'Tale. j' uol'liD her kille am','uats to Jtj"- lle and the wounded to I| legal acquirements, and urbane manners, he
whilst! the Nortlu-m portion are 4 K. ; to the I I Sli.l that Massachusetts
It is little lEe I, He JOCI not precisetpktthe
not a gratifying to obsen-e **\pr rl t" U sc (vice iuI tW'I ty.L.(. will!
make friends in his
borne
CtimprniiH- as a r-nal M.-tlreTpft"t2irpn'! ] 5,.*..- many new I
I : 3 HOW bvinj .k Hi 'in the *e..roriit l SowiUciStates .. I I their icuiuval, Lut relies on the influence of! South linell-nx&illg-anJ the Georgia
Such discordant clcmwits could ('V'erIt. ce, and Rail and meet with that success, in hU profession, ,
PreEidential I.I Seminolcs Road Convention. Convention refused \lUJU! to it"
t preparatory to the approaching young already in the We it, who tlnrf<.rc all dt-morrat 'WI,.,arc in favor of gob!into Tho attention of the which we heartily \rish him, and which he afpfwrw
people of Florida i
.. 4 struggle. Georgia, the euijire: Stai I are to be brought back for this; purpose. We Ctmvcntion with the N rth, mu-t l IKJ presumed to Live well deserves. The same body considered that the Sooth
asked tho so
of tb s.a..t1., I.utu rc.orzaIl17 ,1 )I..r JcfUO. I I hope that Mr. IJ's efforts may prove successful aj'Hecel in what ILTS tran
.---:' erotic phalanx, Las j issued a call for a grand I' bat we fear that anything shoit! of force to unite with tLcir Northern! brethren! in reference to in behalf of the Southern and Western Sudden and Melancholy Death.A I would ever concede and then laid down its

Council, with a view to the appointment of will fail iu ridding our State of tho presence' the future upon the principle! by which tht-y hive Rail road Convention, to bo held in New Or-I gentleman named CHARLES F. ASDEKWS, platform and proclaimed that if the North, in

t, delegates to represent her interest in the National 1 of these savages. heretofore been llOun!. Iliose who deire tIle coninanc leans on the first Monday in January f nc from Btidgeton, Maine, arrived in Tallahas- its insane phrenzy, should infringe cpon tie
<; of the! Union under the! Constitution, should! xik .
I Convention to meet in the Spring! at I The Jacksonville to elevate men w ho will carry out tluir viet aid There is a good prospect that all the South. !j see !!.lst Thursday, per bark 1. II. Gamble, principles of that platform, Georgia wcid

t lfaJtirnore.Ii".j;biJ'fi) and TvnnosEOo I have News, maintain their! right*, and tliercf! re it H that all trte ern States willjje represented. Matters of f|!I from New York, and took lodging at the Plan- resist such infringement even, as a last resort,

*.Jf]neatly arranged the preliminaries agreed I' In commencing a new volume, takes a survey -. SouOieni! Denmrratshould! unite in the duk-ction i f great interest to die prosperity of (the South 1 j ter's Hotel. His- age was about 52 i, anti he to the dismemberment of every tie that liadi

upon the day when their Conventions shall of the position of parties, past and present -: canduUtci. Hence it ia that Southern Dl'ml/Crati \\ill be discussed in that convention, and it is I! was apparently in feeble health. On Saturday her to the Union. In other words, for Hie

the result! of which i i.s a determination, to are struggling f-jr a Uliz.\ti'n of the to be hoped that the of this State will!I
'. 0 assemble -tuid us it were with a prophetic ( papers re'or people [ he complained; of illness, and took one or sake of the Union: Georgia would acqciesce
.
.t ., forecast they 1 have fallen upon a day brilliant abide the past, and battle in the coming election :; Demficracy, and calling to the support of the C"n"ti take proper stepsto be represented by a suitable j j two light doses of Morphine, a phial of which! in the past, but for the sale of the South she
under the democratic j i tutiori awl the Union th-xewho! have f.0 aseav.nand
; ia the annals American Jlhtun'-.1 day especially banner.; Fullyconvinced. i;I d ublless with pitri-/jc: motive, lewd under a new delegation. was left upon the mantle-piece of his room.- would withdraw from the Union in the erect

.I I dear to Tennessee, the glorious] 6th says tho JX'cicj, whose article we i I orguitization, I profuet-edly, temporary in its eluract.-r. Southern & Western Railroad Convention On Sunday morning, he was found dead in I of farther aggressions. But she Las never

,'} January, for it:18 her own great son regret our inability to copy entire, that it i is I I But it i., insinuated by the Kral/nt/that/ those S<.ti- To the People Florida. his bed, and it is supposed, from the placidityof Ir lauded the compromise as eminently) tOo.

f whoso genius hallowed it. Virginia, Noith through the instrumentality alone that! this ofa nutional Democratic ,I thf-m DeiiKieratii, though exjves-LTg t-xtrwiie devotion NEW ORLEA.NS, Xov. 4th IS:!. the features and the fact that a fellow-lodg stitutional and just in its principles." Fail

!". Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, &C., ate also i I be successfully party administered, Government and the Union can to the South, would sacrifice her true iitttreats t f,r a The people of Lousaiia and MisMss-ippi[i propose a er heard him up in the night that he probably she so considered it, it would have heeD the

:. "hICS! of ISoltimore Ccnventii'ii ." Such general liiil Uoad Convention of the Southern and L LWeuteni ; j took another doso of and
J girding on their armor, and will soon be ready II preserved, we renew our pledge lo the 1'ott.igt. a calumnious j Morphine, through I rankest hypocrisy to have wULheldter entire
support insuiuation I* btse it i-4 ft1ie and States,to be !held in New Orleans the !!' :
n-s : ns onMonday n
- to take their position in line with] their iflhat parly, and to the fvj>jorl (f its candidate wewani j some mistake or misapprehension, so large an I approval, which she did withhold. It has been
the ilL';unmt(>r to beware k t while in January next. The objects of tliis \ Ir.
Conj j
I I (Tjing"tliicf
eitler States Honda i is peihaps the only for thc presidency, provided the r.ornina-: ht 1 be himself ,'cntion I one as to occasion death. A coroner's inquest r. j ji I left to others, whose views of equity and jm-
I lion should regarded as the real eu' .- are, to bring about, as far as possible! a conj j
: : Southern Slate (after rnei-t the approval of the Southern i was held over the body, who took the testirno- tice have been deduced from :: !
SouUi But what
excluding CaroJioa delegation to the! National tJall\IN. said ofa piiiit which! uliilrt jn>Asftinr eentrlti"Jlunc unity of clfort hi all tlie-- States fcr I may pricefu

:J ] ,) in -which a public expression tending ; To take; the Government Democratic, at Convention. ; an extreme devotcdm-ss t.* the Uiih>n fUll the! the extension: of their Ifcu'l l toad( System, andin bringing ;;! ny of a physician, (Dr. TAYLOR,) and the ver- which found no !lodgment in the breast of tb

.. i'4 > the came point has not as yd been given.- time, into its own !hand,the Democratic any rights of the South is f"rcvr advocating the cai-e of into more immediate and active connection their i j i diet was in accordance with this supposed Convention, to be satisfied with "all ttcjtw

Jut the period is rapidly approaching when :''ty I I has: only, to will! it." On two occasion-par- a party lie i J.r> lwillcf] Live 11\(11 Hattnil br flue Imputation and industry. It ide-irable that every l state of facts.-Sentinel, i\"or. 25. get," though that all does, as Mr. Clay g.
t within} I jK-puhir winds like -loff,; and as t thoy) dare not ad\anee( section of(he South and We-t should be representedby -----
we feliall\ be called upon to wove.Vc ClI1.I I'only, the last quarter' of n century, the I The Same Old Coon.It give everything to the North, and neC
hiiigle their most and ) citizen' and!
Federal a one as a comm or has
f not if we would, be separated: from Wbigpaity: got temporary I ) has been said repeatedly l that the to the South."
our possession of the Government And in both no other loud of uiii-.n- than the "cohesive juwcr Delegates have already beeii appoint'! from many o* whig
'
:t brethren in other States, whose interests are I' instances it was obtained cIder false pretences I: ..f jiublic plunder! !"-yea, wh
Identical with our own, nnd whose course and by fighting under false: colors.- b .:,i.ts, without a blu-h of fcliame, that to take part in the proceedings of thu Com"u- the recent elections in the Legislature of that The N. Y. Tribune that inasmuchas

t : f' mutt bo our course. Happily for UP, there I I The history of the I Ilarl'soll-hard.cider hum. they are invincible lecauxt In "jns cs ion of tin- tioti State, it accomplishes a great deal for a party the says riMnn
Southem'his hitherto
- ]liavebcen bug of 1 1810 is well known and fel1J1I11Iercd.j l\oc r-as though the tn'or..f the people WTO GLCMIV: P.ITIKE, o have
nodulradingque&tionsupon which I A. I n.) Cnm< f.\v, of N. 0. destitute vitality. By some means or behind the Union Governors
I The more recent Tailor humbug! of JlO to be bought, like fcheep in the shambloti! ] with a !lib-r- Mayor on hobby, giving
.l the people of our State have been called par- J. I). B. DElSovrj }Committee.. other has itself
k to managed to of
:I tJi'JlI"III enemies" to Jluui-h"-is still al use of g'.ld But shall the democratic party, when A LFX.: MortoN, j possess nearly State officers Legislatures, &c., to tba

f : !; pronounce judgment through the ballot box, II f rct-her in l\is\ memory of the diluted! Democrats i its t a"cc'nrlaliey can save the C..nstitutH, foil tit realize C. S. TAUPLET, of 3IieisippLMis.stscti'rz.'l'lieDcmocracy J all the places" in the gift of the Legisla. opposition, they should now, as there are two

: !t as in J'orgislal.JI11l and Mississippi, tot who were caught in the Federal (trap of, the benefits hs triumph bya culpableiiiaotivityand.1 ture. Whigs have been elected to preside in Senators to be chosen in Mississippi t"a

4 f i. result J in 1 lieart-buriiings, and 1151OIIS.0. 'T I 1818 The new humbug,JJj" which Federal- fchall it Ix-wine thus inactive by reason of any dcnunmtiniu of this State both branches-another member of the same for their share of the by claiming
I proceeds"
i'ts hope to the next presidential! election which th't>e tdf"tyc.ll'J\'pfS! Uni
carry of the
Cobb McDonald Foote "may seem) fully determined on a defunct
Davis re-organization has
nor nor body been elected to succeed Gree-
; is the Senator for the term.
II : by shedding their old Wornout'Jlig fuuuiiuitf ? If any ntlier course were iuh.d,we doubt longest
,1.1't have canvassed our State, arming those of did that and vigorous prosecution of the next Presidential Judge Berrien in the U. S. Senate-of ten that
rognoincn they of Federalists! and n '-t we shoulil hear a n'l'.titi"u| of the cliargea that the ley will doubtless be pleased to learn

-: the same political faith in opposition to each I'I all tin ir other] aliases, and come out }before Southern DeinocraU were arraying themselves jigiiiisttli" : canvass. It is announced in the 'Mississippian State Solicitors elected, three only are in Georgia, where, as usual the Whigs rode

- 5; other. Wl.ilo have I the people! with a new j-kinaud under t Union and! still (that a democratic State Convention
we not been indifferent I j a new plotting a SO'JtJll'm ClJl f'h'' J' democrats-good and true democrats have behind on the same hobby, they have not

Co' spectators to the fclruggles: elsewhere, and.1:. name! The nar-ie of Whig has become oili- Hut Wt'!leave it to the judgment! of all honest men to I will be held at Jackson, on the 8th of January been ejected from the offices of Secretary of Tbj
to the been unmindful of the "proceeds.
OtIS people and it
i have each bad must be droppedTlse .- NiyluVhof the two otvupkti the most patriotic next to to the National
delegates
our eympalhies and our hOlIest po- appoint State, Treasurer, and Surveyor General, and ever/
the Senator with nearly
power, surreptitiously obtained under its | i I'itil-the DviiKierats, who! udvi.c re-tminnof the grabbed along
I enlisted in Ll'haJf.f ono or the other of the hs'irluull u Convention at Jlaltitnore. The preliminarysteps identical whigs who driven into
were
name In .
retirement -
) ( appeared. It IIOW National Paity, or those sclf-, yled! Cru-titution l U- other office in the gift of the Legislature.Fire

; .4 fral candidate, we have not suffered these claims: only four of the thiity-onc I I ii,in nun, vim .'uIJUlwe all rc-unidns' of this character, for this purpose have already) commenced by the democratic victory of 18 It) 1

; emotions to proceed to such a length) as to of the Statesand: it is in a ''lIinor l GO\'CI'IJOI'81 mid iiihist upon inaiutainmg a diatiuct and ei-panite or- in the several counties. The movement is i put in their places-a democratic Director of in Augusta.J

: ; cause MS lo forget that we are brethren of the thin j' houses of Congress. It has nothing left but Kauization esji.dly vhc-a the causes which gate rise 21 judicious and timely one. The" Union" I the Central Dank, elected by joint ballot in A fire broke out recently in Platt's Cabinet !-
of the
.I i same Republican fith-and now that these I spoils to their old Executive custom they officers will change; so according the- t. it have ceased to exiat I Wliat are we tll ccoelude! hurrah has resulted in nothing but strengthening 1S19, decapitated and his office bestowed i Factory, in the rear of Broad Street An*

contests have terminated, we again breathe name once more. 'I'hie old CO II1., will peepoutfiota from\ uU know tlus i Either that these Ct'lI*titUti'Jnal UuioiiVliigs the hands and stimulating tho courageof upon a whig-and as a clincher to all this gusta, by which tho building and contents
and feel Uiat
'1" freely, and feel that we are csseitllally (i Ullit.I' under a" Union' skin ; and as this i party is rotten to the and the Northern that w JtJlt'ir tho vvhigs-who now hope to bind the turning out and putting in by the dead carcass were detroyed Loss about $15,000lIsa.-
core to act
by refuting
.J I' Whatever of feeling might have been aroused is crats a very capacious invited take skin,shelter!all nervous Demo. v\iththem first may induce them to be ,nun, as !lias State to all their federal fallacies. Let the : of whig ery, the editor of tho Macon ranee 88,000. From Platt's the fire comma.

-I : for the success of a principle! in other! sections;, after the are election !to under it-'till been broadly hinted will be the ease by the New York democracy re-organize upon the old platformof I Journal $. Messenger, whose federalism has nicated to the Chronicle & Sentinel Olfict
I
: J has passed away with the occasion, leaving -- --- Mirror and then unite with them us of old, or etc faith; and principles, and Mississippi will always exhibited itself in the rankest abuseof which together with tho entire content

.: t us once) more at liberty to direct our united Webster Convention.A that they may I bc able to take ml vantage of events t and resume ]her brilliant position, with Alabama! democratic men and measures, is elected were consumed. Loss $15,000. No &*! '

- I energies to the advancement of tho common Convention of the friends of Webster army UicmFflves on the strong side, and thus! keep in the Republican galaxy.! -Mobile Register. Stato Printer! I ranee.
their hold! on the "}Jllrt3 r If they lire l J"'n ,t. why I

-- good. was held Massachusetts on Tuesday lastto do they not come out and sustain tin,*Northern DemKrats Cobb and the Presidency.The Assuredly, for a dead party, it kicks lus i More Northern Acquiescence

Perhaps in no Southern State has the democratic nominate him for (tho Presidency. The < who, 3Ir.[ Tooiulm
-- as says, Idveudhered to the Athens Jianner: whose editor enjoysas tily. __ _ _ _ The Homer, New York Whig says
i 11 !party been so neatly unanimous wits movement is to be seconded }by a mass meeting 'injromisc mid oppuscil} all agitation for its repeal or GOOD D1\1lJEiD.-'l110 raise an
large a share of Mr. Cobb'a confidence as Board of Directors We will-the whig party-will
- 4 advocacy of Southern Rights as in Florida in the Park, New York) in a few dl.'s.1 .- modification} If they love the Union and the Constitution IJ'
.
'
any person in tho State Georgia, and whois of the Bank Augusta, have declared a keep raised the slavery question
much
-s ; J and by this wo do not mean that it has advocated n the meantime, it is said that Daniel is shortly BO why do tliey not give countenance and of thn principles ofte vktg p2it
dividend of Four first
Dollars as one
fcujipoit to those who have hitherto therefore as likely to know as much of tho per share out of the 1'0GI..
I- I : disunion or practical secession. No to start on a Southern pilgrimage, that the 'tOn'tll'rujd\( THAT IT WILL CONTINUE ,':
the friends of both? What motives are we to ascribe direction of Mr. C's aspirations as any other, profits of the last six months, payable ou de SLAVERY QUESTIO! ',
fcuch eUretnc have been sovereigns have a lock at him. Webster TATE THE
measures
contended may
._ I to such men I We cannot give them credit for principle says that the Vice Presidency has no I mand.

.. for ot demanded as a remedy for the past- would make a very considerable run ; he because as a party they profess none. We cannot charms for him. Without disparagement to USE OF TOBACCO. Some of mathematician NEW YORK, Nov. 23.-Cotton 1 fc ad

I__ f : ,. ]In all our advocacy of the rights of the South, might possibly get the vote of one tltc- accord to them suiceiity, because instead of sanctioning other distinguished gentlemen spoken of for estimates that- 1000 wag tobacco a vanced an eighths-sales 1000 bales. Va
all l efforts to the tons
I we have looked more to the establishment of \fuEsZlchuscUs-lhough wo confess that tlwproiJlc.ct save Constitution anti the Union, bb!s. "WfT
the Presidency, we consider him least has advanced 12J)! cents. 100
f by the' establishment of piineiplfs! that -u-ill at as juice are anually squirted over the face of

- 4 : a i principle' as ,a rallying point in the event of for him there, judging from tho recent both]. we find! them denouncing end ppofingall protect who capable a$ any of them, and, at this time, creation, and that 20 tons of ivory are worn tine sold at $3,12-250 blla. fine BOat Zll1O
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- __. i '! ) future cucroacbrntiitf, than as a bails for election, looks rather Lluc at present. seek to promote this end. llmasa charity can find the roost popular man ia the Union." out, ia chewing the weed, every se'cl1ears.. i 62,50 a 3,37. .

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Burial Place of the Poor of Naples- Sheriff's Sale. Notice.

A correspondent cf the -New Orleans virtue of a Icrcc LLOVD'SJDAGUERREANROOMS. In Chanosry. in December nez?. tll fA -
jj1rad Projections. 1 3 f Len Circuit CoUrt (i11 COl'CT. S the first Mondar
from ClIIrCi: rv, wlicrt.jn the heir SKY-LKIHT IN LEON CIRCUIT O .. I 1VIU Sell itt Fuhite Atctie* &IUTG
from t : vmntI: (ienrgin :is Christian Adcomtr, wi Sting Naples, Of Lal'avette anil GALLERY. "VVifo Electors 3! Alu'it ..1I
n Itct. ohertillian Tui unlcr D.iviJ G. Htnor and Harriet Franctv'.hi* 'failaa.ssee, the
house 1I1
a.siigniizeiit hai Court ,
e from t -
Vu coin) .imnii-atw":) oil railroad: pro- Orr. 1, visited the place of hurial of tho Neapolitan th e Uiauin F'ank of Flori'a] are pbiintifis. and Turbutt OVER B.IrnarJsbru., Store. Open daily from Latimer ArmistcaJ, dovtased, I : t

.' ( eorgi3. The 1 liter He K. Iktton defendant, I Live levied and will P.M. tn.Engccia acri' ef ..and. krorz

''' rfori'tio'true sutcnC and wo are sural poor. says expo-e l fr hale, before the Court House upon door in the October; 18,1851. 41 Armistca-1, and Mary Armi'teaJ, EXCCt' I W 4"; '%v i e.iiandtLv .. dI

iin inti-d it out in fci- We arrived at the spot) just before dad.- city of Ta1l.diise, (>f Marcus A. Anth4teaddece1tiSL

V hat no one Savannah r Hepuhlican It consists! of a square COW t, surmounted by On Monday tlir ?//, Jay ofjanuarn 1852, TaUaliassee Frame, Sash, Door, and Shut- 1 UNDER the Order of the Court in the al ow enti
'l I tit : ,
I"i,: i ('* the a high wall and paved with flagstones ; intlio within legal hours, the following dee bed Land, towit ter Factory. the following land belonging to the Mam aged about 52 jeers,and Sancy
cT liail an artwla faroiing project : I late partnership firm of L.
** l iT ilif South Western Road from pavement, are CG5( square granite stone Section CO, I I. W. BOWENT be otrere l (for silo at Public Auction, to wit : iig;d ,? ?. a Decree in Chan rjib Leoon -
eten the each of which covers the mouth of a pit Practical I. I.vmg in L.-on Sold 1. of Matthew Raker and others
t (1fltIl % to Chattnhoo. S. li Jof Section 19, and Euilder and Manufacturer nf .1atertczl/or County : in: the case
to the (adorn Lnpt' of Eee. which is twenty feet deep! and sixteen feet X. II 4 of Section SO. Jliritd r*. The'll J of Sec. I 1. the S. W. J and the W. i of Cr rnit Cot. 'j1 and Wifis. jy-jgjg*.

( jI'L : : ( Meieo in thit direr. wjuare. One 4J1 these pits is opened everyday All in Town-hip 1, Ifeinge 1. Nortl, and Eact, in the N. W. i of Sec. 12, T. 1, R. t 2, N. fc E, containing vs.fhirguS) .
( UO S62 ai-100 Chancery.
t.e LaFayette's( I.aItE C'CIIKEST tOU acres, lying near the plantation! of JoLuParkhill Special Mae-term
y : tt" \\lil show that ; tho! dead arc thrown into it, and then Towiifbip, containing nine LuiiJred ami6ity
SAMI.H7A
the E41. 43 5t
at map of 1t'hout .
land. Ula'
jicrcH ,
niaii' would lx! a most unprofitable! ex'Is" it is closed up, not to be opened again for a 14kvit.d upon ni the property of Turbutt IL Bctton, 8 by 10' 8 cents per ILrht, 1C cents Ola.per*&light. Also, the PI i of the S. R 4. Sec. 9, W. } of the S. November_ I, I3l. ,,_-.---------- -

to nil tit pnii and to be fold to satisfv said decree. 10' by }32- 9 cents per light, Iftf cents lurht. W. i of Sec 10, and the N.V.. i of Sec. 15. all in T. 'tors Sale.

!' '''"'" .s-iJf' benefitV s tsKe it that! your.VMJ asked for the one that had been opened 1L T. BLOCKER, Sheriff 10 by 1 1-10 cctiN i>er light, 20 cents per jx-r light. 1, li. 1, S. t E, containing 2'JO acres, adjoining lands Tax CoIL vt-tMj in roe bylaw, !

: '' i that dn The. lid was hoisted by n io'gver. i\9em1er 29, 1S51. 47 ct 11 by 1C-14 cents per li. ht, 25! cents light. of Geo. T. Ward, Eq. T) \' virtue of the power 'ortt! Courl House
:: fSavannah wilJi thw (lull is per
4j 1 2 by 1 S-1 f; cents per light 30 cents Also. the R i of the N. W.i of Sec. 32, W. 4 of D shall expose for sale be M n. on the 5 c'd
b'P want. Two p.imllel A hard-leatured old woman was in per light. th* S. W. 4 of See. 29, and mnch of the E de cubed
of 'iincv pro-
:. To the Public. 1 2 by 2i -1* cents per light. 35 cents so \ Q in the County of Ga ing
:. (Rft: y, Cr ut Ieat ripp1e, entli attendance, and offered) to raise the lid.- Hook Rail Sash, 1 cent per light, extra. per li-jLt the S. W. i and of the W. \ t.f the S. E. J of Sec. 2 >, Monday of My next, the follm the Stale ana '

tk! yj a road< The stench was tcr ible. 1 lool.ed down T CONCEIVE it tbe a duty to myself and my a< wa allotted to L. AnnUtt-ad: in a partition with H.W. pe tty, or s<> much thereof a- will p< *> 13U) 'ncln'
iroui
\\ }\\ t! : VJJun JMiiTenrcr How-cItL'-ens! to make the following Btatciuiit Bradeii known aRoik Haven th feto. tosive
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ti.\'nl'' in another directimi and KIW the heap of bodies that had been rnicK OF containing 260 County Taxes due thereon from IS45 i
Ii2<: of FACTS : acres all in T. 2, R 2, S. tt II and the
} t>y U inch, 100 feet 75 necessary expenses incident ,
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cMiKby
: .,V'i, e(' I'oaJ via Cluni'n! ?) over \\u\\t\\ thrown in since morning. The old woman On tin7th; November at tlu, residence of R<>v. II.ax 1J inch, i-r 100 feet, i 60 cent Also, a floaing pre-emption to 1 60 acres of public \vir :

'I :,:| 111dJ.IL4,f i!! J'a" already )Iteen approjh' 1)(.1tel i to the tide of the court, to a long: box "n. I ws-n i ven-y! attacked by Neuralsji-u; i"in- I by 1J mdi. her JKT MO feet, ?1 00. land, gnuited by Congre-s to M.'ry Dawes, and by Eighty acres of Land, I lying on Crooked

I i _,; (.\ :: Directly forward and waiittfivlod l by the most oxcnieiilinsr! |uK 15y a The above will be offered for sale before' the Court HUGH O MeLEAJf.
; a man caiie
the Mint
KoJ li'uiti
( liver
\!.;-( > n< f ; ombhiatii-n of irtuaite Siriilli Hou-e! in Tullahas
; eireiimstinfe.s Dr. : I>. a. the box the then took IS": Stiles 2 !-Top Rail{ 2J-Bttom Rail S County.
liiiricli-'p, is Fb much of rail lir.c brought open to pit, \insr was I ber *
liiswrvi- heaL
,
( ( present inuneduti-ly iii asetl it k-ht- -Meeting I tail. 1 \. 1'iea.e observe-1 hin NnvrmhprQ, 1'I!. 4t 6m
4 rr i ; (1.! :\\IiI l the subscriptions of Co- out the body and threw it in, lect foremost. c 's. mitl iu twtuty-four hours Ji? kid alleviated uiy Uy Frames. AU other ie cent ma- -

: ; ,,! ] !% !-.1 ma Lure alcatty: seturCf. It fell wita a dull crash into the common su j&'riiu, c m-adenibly. arid nuw two vtts jirc Jy stuf a a light extra. I I. Lying in Gad*Jen County: Tax Collector's Sale.

h child rum tlie date <'t attack I am a wIl rain, lltii iin Lot No. 5: in frac. Sec. 2t> ((56 acres,) awl Lot Na 1
and
.Soon after virtue
of
mj} ir.'i' < ini'f Mine directiuu.el. eap. a was brought snrrrnR5Vcnitian A1i I'OOO'. BY authority in me by law vested. I have '
art dlJ firth bv wtaiu i-rnmcf-ai rts.inib i i-t frac. Sec. 35 all in T.
: ((155 acres.) ? R. 7 N. i W
rp ,
thtown in which made the twelfth Shutters, rolling or 80 cents and will for sale before tb
; ,M .,-! uijrt':; a line just as good am! corpse? t'tl by men d.'\oi.f *>f jiriniiplw, tint iniIitniK'iH have t fo rt. standing, per known as the A-palaga town site. Court Houe upon door, in the expose of Tallahassee! <
city the
: d'iiiVli hundred at day. I shall never forget the place, nor t to injure Jr.) King. The I faK! Also! S. W. Sec. 25 en
: ::h, i n/vrrv
j./ 11 ,", // ./ fur. iiirtead of au ninth thereof a- will be snfficiVnt to

I ;/,/i'v.: iii>-i! uot' a fo wholly an 1 solely tx> tin- healing infl'H'intK if JIviirjV J- 515J the A
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acres, adjoining palaga tract.
: direction in which moment over the mouth of the pit in the arms year 1851, and all incidental expenses, to wit :
triii to pro- F ineilk-iiie. 11is j>ub!>ati<>n i k uaIkitcd by Negroes for Sale. Al.
;II >:o it'iVt"t'! \1 ho may Ufmtid, wheu m.t pn.f.i -ionilly LIKELY and valuable NEGROES f.w sale m in T. 2. Ii. 4, N.
: i, \ ii..l :11!! diajmle, doim the Flint emaciated form, the absence of ceremony, engage J, ut Ur. \\111iani Fri triin's, on Like .Jju-Wil 2 2 Lv S. S. KNIGHT. 3, N. A W. containing CS-100 acres, within one acres, mere or less, said to belong to the Apalachicola

I : .. .MLU i'j' "t>w' cotton couulics ofe and of tends or emi attendants, the callous NATHAN S. GOODMAN.Xoveraber ) November 22,1851. -10 mile of Quincy. Laud Cora ran v.

: .. 15.J :'.'. r, and Thomas or Decator old woman, the emptiness and stillness of the 29. 1831. 47 2t* The above will bo offered for ?al>! in Qair.cv Iwfure D. McRAENY. a

<*outt the of the hour and the Monticello Female Academy. the Court House, on Saturday the Ctli day of"Decem- Tax Collector of Leon County.
,;. 'J'l'jt: <-' untry too, fclauds inoi'i gloom single Notice. ber next

: J : outlet. Its products would Limp which burned dully before a rude chapel T lIE oxercUes of the abo'rc Intitntioii having been Terms dr all tie Lan.ls, one-third of the purchase Novembers, 1851. 41 Gni
Q IX Tveeks after date: the unJer i npd wiU pj4y resumed. th ? public are confidently, Mired that
sii 'u >t ol' freiidits into the 1'oad'fe yn one tide of the grave yard, made an _) t
., .. ; Ltlt' iutu Saxauuah.Vliere impression 1 upon my memory which can nevo Walton.. State of Fi.,ri
: s r ij: iui.:i n.-j. .Southtl to the Chat- er l bd effaced. I had! seen 141 any! lie and oa the estate of Drii 1 A. Mclver, deceased.LAUCJILIN tance of tw gentlemen from the Male Department. BENJ. F. WHITNER. upon, and will expose for sale, in front of
Master in
? :j. v. 'lUll! 1 1 un through the single coan- many buried, some in Potter's fields, with! butlittle U MolIlNXON.Vult4.n (w!h.e abilities need no comment,) have Ix-en secured November 1, 1S51. 43 5t [SutineIts Chancerv. the Court Hoa-e door in the city of Tallahassee, on
J \ Ctiunty, Fa, Ntav. '-':!, 1851. 4G C\v in the tlties and niitl.finiitic, Tlie Mitical Department the second Monday in February next, within legal
Miial! of earth them but until
; corner Marion in over that moment 1
? 'iet't: a ( in hours the des-oibud
J clianje f.f Profcr.r OUOCTIEUE, afford In following property, or so much
,; !h i i- i its p"fM.iit terminus) and perrur hud not id t what a mere worm I was, nor Notice. a rare opportunity fur acquiring a superior knowledge Chancery. thereof us will be sxiffTritnt to pay the Taxes due

of TLeso how to the world the in! vocal pnd instrumental IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. thereon for the 1S51 and all incidental
,I. a .- iUndulph. couuties unimportant were fortunes llIflTY days after the publiratinn of tl.i-s notice. MIJMC.: Wax Fruit and year expenses

LLi -, r.aki-r: Heard and Thomas, are of a single individual.Tooted T L a* Adinhii-trator Vrilluni ll.amy. will every variety of Flwer-nu.king al-o taught 'kowIz William. Cheever, Complainant, to wit : '

iru\iU-l with! outlets. apply to th I ll"n ,rablu Jn.Ue of the Mi.Mlf Cirruit Ijiilit-s; dennn only to bo taught the ornamental vs. The E. i of Sec. 11, the F. TV. 4 and the TV. J ofthe
.v.- | < They are Court of Florida for pcnni-siou to Pell the following brainIi *. will be received, and ftriot attention given Ellen A. Rrocker.broii2h, widrw and administratrixof N. \V. i of Sec 12, T. 1, R. N. and E, containing -

i .; in :.:i ca-y: iLtance of ttu! Chatt'dioochoei Oz- majority in Mississippi is from Land, to \\it : th em. R. -\V. FEUGUSON.M William H. L'rcckenbrough, deceased, Lncj G2, 31-1CO acre, lying near the plantation cf

i, i r :n ti!.! >u\it'i\ Western Koad. No doubt 1000 to 1500-the" precise, result not fully ascertained. The \V. I of th N. \V. } of Sec. 1.1, in T. ?. of R T M<-: Ho. November 15,1S51.15 51 Brockenbroueh, Arthur S. Brockenbrcu hThos. John I'arkLill, EM],purporting to belong to the estate

: J lie a rcat couvcuience to Jstewajt This be N. and li, lyiti, being and fimat1 in the County of W. Hruckeubrou, George L. Brockenbrou h, of Marcus A. Armisteau.

: Kiljih! '! p to law a railway" through may regarded as a viclory Jefferson, and omtainini; fi ?litv nrrcx. Land, Negroes, & Stock at Auction. George S. IIa\kuis and Alary R. Hawkins, his D. McRAENY.

on the part of Col. Da\i ;, who went into SMITH SDIKINS AdmV.2i. Monil-iy. 15th D.-cember next, will IK sold wile, Thomas W. Brockenbrongh and John W. Tax Collector of Leon County.
.-t. N-i.ne: : ni.iv lie said of cvcr' Militia 0\ } at Brockenbrnu b, infant children of JohnV.. Brockenbrou November $ 1851. 44
I :'., : L: tin-! :..; Lut the que&tion is, is it the canvass with some 7 or SOOO majority to JffrflmI Co.. Nov. Ifeol. 46 5t in tie iJantation of John ri. Islt-r, Esq., the follow deceased, Lucy B Mavuell t, Elizabeth- Sra

I ji 'i y 1 Jic'J! fjnud ocotmmy to c.\pei.d a overcome, as revealed by the previous election Notice.JIX g property : fi Negrne. V. MaxMt, Simeon Maxwell, Mar arei Chainplin In Chancery.

: .1 ol'iit.iL-: an iinproxvtiient that for members to the State Convention. Had S Trcck* after date, the underMjjned: will apply IGU(> acres of I/ui-1, W. Sims Sims,,deceased\\iduvv and, Martha administratrix Mioa; Sims of, awl William Farish MIDDLE CIRCUIT DEN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA COURT.Smh : -. IX GADS-

'. .' 0 V\UM! aMttlier route olfeis vastly eupeii- to the Honnr.ibleJiidirp of Probate for tlie Comity 40 bead of C-ittle, Carter. Defendants.BY .

1 : c i:1-> V tt4'r! w roirard the inter- the election been ofl'a month, he would have (.\VaItou, State of Florida. f<.r Letter*
.S number of beaten Foote out of titHit. on the estate of Elizabeth F.Jount, deceased.WILIE tO; Sheep, Court cf the Middle Circuit ot Florida, vs.
and granted
land
a J.HIatt-r jiUuters HLOr.NT. 400 bushel-i of Com. iu this the 10th Thomas S Snell, William C. Snell, Julia F. Edmond -
I \ tl.i-iutiTvS't of die road itself and Walton Fa Nov. Also, Plantation UtcusHd. Terms made known ono will cause on September instant, we Susan J. Little, ard Jenetle V. G. Donald
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Or: The democratic members of the Leg- County, 22. 151.1C) Gw ofiVr fir sale before the Court Hou-e door, in
[Lt t ii'iersiof! ( Si\aisna1i; as a shipping port.IV d ay f tale. the City of Talhha'see, on the First Monday in son, Executrix ol the last wilt and testament of ,

( MiM-o i-i- and the Uirard and .Mobiler i ktu2c Tennessee recommend to the party NEW YORK WIRE RAILING WORKS. BERRY &t ROWLE3, Auctioneers. Deetmler next, at public auction, the fwllowiiig described Robert L. Eiirnnnds, oVoeased, aril Samuel B.
November Love.Sherill and ex vfficio Administrator tie be-
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.1 : arc HJ s: tinSi t and short 5&t liue to the to meet in State Convention at Nashville, )LIL1C attention iimited to a n'w improvement 1851. 45 5t Five LANDS, to wit : ni non of the estate ot Susan S. Snell, deceased.IT .
thousand
(i..!. 0c! Aie\ico : this i i-. the line more likely on p pI tho Slh of January next, to nominate delegates !. in manufacturing Iron Kai'inga! (Jr.iti: Notice. Land in Gadsden eight County hundred, carved and out forty of acres Forbes'cf appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that

I and in a fairer way for to the National Convention which i isto iltniaJc from Iron IloJs and Wrought Iron, doigluted 4 LL persons creditors, legatees: entitled to ilistn2 Purchase at near and around Estefinalgi Bluff, beincix William, resides C. Sneil. one the ot limits the above named Defendants -

( '. ;'! -iioii; than any other, and this is the \. button or otlnr\\i-e intere-tc-'l, ia thee-fate of Sardi hundred and forty a--res of James Innerarilj's bejor.d ot this State. and
choose WIRE i in the State of New York, and that Thomas
candidates
for the and RAILING. S. Snell
lii ii i sLuulJ receive the helping hand Presidency Dawkins, (late Sornli Ilardyin-in.! ) late of JeHl-r..o t Reserve of five thousand acie*, Junjj next to Robfnaliollin ,
another ot said Deft-nianf!
t'ii tlio Vice Presidency.K It is the mo t beautiful cn :louiu f .r public r>r priC>unty H..ri Ja deceased,are hereby n-tified to exhibittlieir t r-rj three hii'idnd and twenty acre tract at n suppcsed to reside
city am people of avaunaii and bejond the limits c-f this State and
the United
v atc ground', firm", cemctriiis, balcouics, verauddi, cLiins f.nd( deniui.L- within two vear- from t the South! point cf that Reseive, as appeals by In-
v : in'C'eiitrj.1 1'tiiJ Uoad CoRijiany. arbor-, etc, etc.WINDOW. tli* tL-ite. to the undersigned, the will be nerarity'sdeed to Joseph M. White,and the remain States, but w hose residence is i unknown :
Tin < ;ir.ird (:: ? Next Monday is the day: set by the or same b.irnl // ig therefore Ordered, That I be said William C.
roml runs tvrdvc mile ami all indebted I rig five thousand two hundred
fcurvey GUARDS AND ORATING.Fr ; pers-ins to the said dcceowd, acres adjacent
i ;! i di.vr'i.iii;! Jf Gufauia.: iu Harbour Constitution for the meeting of UK 3M Con ar requested to make immediate pivment-; I leretoas described in the deeds of the Apalachicola Snell appear and plead, answer or demur to the Bill
cuun- r stores, dtrelhnjjs lunatic ayli'm. pn--!*, fteam- of Complaint tiled in the above entitled cause on or
i ...nl l.ui.iul.1 eoulJ be iset in comtuunica- g rcss. hhipAc.., Iron I5-al toads witJ, \\ ire Kiiclfing*. tee FRANCIS A. DAWKINS, Also Land Company to Joseph M. White. before the first Monda:. in March next, and the said
eighteen hundred of Land
in
'.. V.!ith i ... At I runic !by arnndofonJy 8l guards, cod and ore wrfen anil a r.iriety <>f articles QualL'ied Executor. wit Lots acres Wakulla Thomas S. Snell within the period of nine month*
JclTtroon Nov. County, to : number nineteen, ,
Gitinty 15. 1851.
45 twenty
to mention which thi invention is 3m f the date of the
too MUIIKTOUM > smrvptiblc Iron publication of this Order
: *. aid In di or
i : a -tance only six miles TAL&.AILA-E, Nov. Coon.-Prks from t twenty-four, twenty-five, in the Wakulla
range ,
grea- of, pooin:. conveniences nt ver l>cf...rcI survey the said Bill will bf taken pro conjrsso against
: :r u.an.: !ia load: aenjuh to Uglelliorpe. It 7 tt 74 and six
hundred
,
:.l.'!" iii" u. ii.r; that the interests of nil the \svik lute doubtIvsfe kejit Iwk aniv.b. I article; wajritentc'l.. FIT t'Latice, ctmibincil wiil- survey acres in the Waknila survey Order be made in sc.me newspaper published in this
T adjoining lot Lumber nineteen,
ul.scriber N -this last 600
: :. :.J j.vi: m<, haling, intake iu this : | strength, for the Ijeauty of i's hiuuicerable variety "1 1I ruE now receiving a large and splen- less 3-V released Circuit. 10th October 1SSI.J. '
any assortment of acres by acres by While to Berrien.
'Vifrn, : //ir..j..r-tion, coiubitie to point to a U- tiir: Tta Cimrehes! of the Fl lida 15j] tUtti' Aseia I of dwgin, awl' et-jxicijlly for cheapness, (at OIK; half I ( htit ::. ct.iitiiig iii Kail and of U CLOTh I inter iNudvm.ideIS The terms of sale will be as follow: One-third WAYLES BAKER, Judge, fcc.
part CLOAKS.
kP. tU.ui iron i i' ultoetlier tmrivallfl A true Attest
1 L 'f I"1'1' 1 in! the sjHvtly upledon! of the 'n are informed tliat Unii iliuutcs arc now ready for j co.-t ) it by any I ') 'Elt COAl'S of dirfcrciit descripti.ii Fihick c ah, one-third at twelve months, and one-third at copy- ,
C. LESTER
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and Cleik.
I mliii\\X a- yet offered to ile public. 'lie ;plan .f co.- ,
.: lr.)i.i M hhhc! to 1'ort delivery at thi* OfiVe. 1 I I Jr'ini lrt and Frk Coats ; Cloth, Ca-.irnt.re, twojear*-the credit instalments to draw eiihf percent October IS ISM.
; IJay Valley, iiii* JIM! rod i i' so ciMitriM-d that e.irh bin-Is, the t.ter) interest 41 4mtin5m
,. T-d. Satictt anil per annum from the day of sale, and
i : Mubi-o ; -nvejed of the 1 st
upon payment
":.ill \\tMrrn.\ OBITUARY. nf Ui wbolc! Firuciure It IH Ii.1 that fa-1 COATSJJoili, Ca- irnere, Tweol and riatPAXTli In Chancery.
part i j '
'J'iie pcnnd -i-'l's
sense of these i ntt ; V : m :iu .jt.ui.t.s u..a ..rytps.I t LaiV'lnSf\L'in1ll'ii\!: pfrlMi'R WJIVJAr c -30\i fif
I brics formed of the lar wire and |
U k !inuw tl.i'.k, ultimately pix-vuil over Did u1 li:>! rvMdciic-c hi Wakulla Cmnty,
... ui;. ; ., .J] lucul iiiterci-ls and liii iiifttviiit. at the a of :;j. tlie late Tiix"Assessor t manner, will endure at Jeat five time* the vio- j I tet and IflP.t de-iralile matcruils of workmanship >uj of such re-sale. vs. > Bill for Divorce.

.. <. over evfii au'1 Ci.IttrVILLI.t! If. DrilDEK, leader two lence l that a C.i-t Iron IliiPin iii ordinary uw is caj ;j 1 jurior, and! f-tyles mo t hionaMc.; All of which BENJ F. WUITNER, Wi'.liara' Ru ;ell. )
jT'-ji-ij.-- .*
to Columbus ii.hTffrls ubicli I Ito bp tuTs atj'i a fi-itcr t i liaiwtit the wtd and ur.tinvlyKvurrinf. Lie of wifli-.tiiiidin) lrieeary from j O CentS to wll be off.'reil for sale at -ni.ill advance on the cost, OSCAR A. MYERS, I appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court.by
'- taktpnKeHon! of all ofwi.ua I. He '-'U'd the esMjitialto !)tr K"'J; fuot. The -Tiljer nh.o manufacturer IT ,
projectors piip*< nuuiiiieatiuuit atthe Xea Cah Clvtftinj titvr'C. Masters in Chancery. athdavir in this caue tiled, that William ito -

\ iini.i-.noiiieuts!) hi (lie Jstate.; a g< od dtireti, wa kind arid aff- 't5"uate to UKXCannmd WIUE rCXCES, T. MITCHELL.NovemUr September 20, 1551.! 31 IsB *ell, the Defendant in this cause, resides beyond th*>
lam, auJ made ail
'7"TLN.. V. Triliine says ofToombs, and cjtaity in wlii'-L Le lived. 15ut Nature autceJ to rei i-t i-attle, Jor'.es, t-heej etc., '.vhlth) ar Tax Collector's Sale. Florida :

L M'ulv ia lier ttora deaee, bievitab? !<> by all bumvi uu-aii. iiic,':iiing extc:2ivclv aij.l .rrtat Iv dtinui-l ied Fletcher Institute. It a ii: Ordered, That the said Defendant do appear,
ti'i-tcJ! ualorfrotn Georgia "it- i !hy li htnuM) of appearance and th oiif-e of form ; liein "Y virtue of the power vested in me bylaw, I
at :iu UJtf i itopttt-wl uu-iiiejit fctiiij'ju-j Jbe biittle rlu>rd will dead, answer or demur to the said Bill of Complaint
? IIlE Annual Examination in thi* Institution shall for sale before the Court Hi-nse i
ulit' uI tj.! of life and lie wL but few davs livi'i ;: inierccitilil] at a i-hort di-tanw, the liew j4 tliiisi exno-te at
: fifty or Jxty Members who < was a iu >> a the Decwnber i within three month-, or said Bill will be tac"n -
commence >n TUESDAY 9tlmf in Gad-den County, the second
nil uimiiciit iu the hearts of a lurge circle! of friend. i I| uninterrupted, the firo j>ect uninjtirc'l, and the beauty Quincy. on Monday onfcsso, and I Ms cause beset for hearing
Jt on t.i dn jr.n ihe Convention into Tay (,f lande uniinjiairod. The fence i- made fc) continue four h's. Tim Animal Meeting cf the i ir, May next, the follo-.vmij described property, or pro
on an
liffteri.. w in the rileiA t< nU Outf> vvll Ix loved ] at the next Term of the Circuit Court for Gadsdea
", r.j-aU'dly; proclaimed tljat if Mr. and dieri-li wlJle liviig; uuw AvLuK death, I1li1I (.. t jitircly new plan, liein; jiorUiMe, yet secure. Tlievkolc Board Trustees will take place on WEDNESDAY. s o much thereof as will pay the State and Coui.tyTaca's County in March next ; and that this Order bepubished'in -
Lc taken ilown and tr.ttorted with the: die lutli. It isoxK.fted|' a Sermon will le preaclwlon due thereon from lS45fo 15-r inclusive, and
with ro ret, calls ia lon review Us liixtory f tbil mav ; h printed in this Stale once
-} diould !,o nominated, becnd Us ccnfed"M 1it \V know raiiwb ,ante facility as ordinary iron rods. Price from 1.50a ; the -ul>pct of) Education, on SUNDAY, the 7th, t henecess.ry expenses incident thereto, Io wit : a week for some three newspaper monthsand that Complainant take
Tlioina ville. Tlie friend and of the In- One hundred and sixty of Land in GadadenCoumy
acies
\ oi.ll ma CJon. Tailor as a ',f 1teqtLdJ1.l! ( < jwtb-\vay Lis Ix-eu btrcwu witbvirtuit I t ?3 per rod, bcludinjj L-on IVt.-,from 12 to 16 feet ti piitn-ns t cstmonv in the cau -e. l.5th October, 1 51.J. !.
btumpjdau' invited attend.P. Robini
ititutioii are ropcctfdly to belonging; to llollinger, lying on the -
!tthUy (rum s< eaily a j>i'iiod! inr emiltle aparL WAYLES BAKER, Jud e.
: a'd, that 'the Honlli would P. SMITH, \pjUchicoia River, adjoining the lands nf Innt. r-
vote nn-1 irdi-ra addressed to the
I' )iLlt to one wore uitable. moving iu Lin buii.blc Inrjuinci Proprietor,, A true copv-Attest,
Prtxid'-nt; tJif Hoard t Trustees.Tlioniasvillc i HUGH!! O. McLEAN,
: T'J"a< cceded.c* audacity s1thci c, cs a beaera light to the young iji tbcir omyardr I vill meet with prompt attention. nf f ty. R. C. LESTER. Clerk.WILLIAM.
gcnir Ga, Novi-n'.ljer 15, 1851. 45 Tax Collector lor Gadsden County.
,
( tban bun wlx IUM just psA4.1 thC tal uuJ JOHN 11. WICKKRSIIAM.SlODroadway H. MITCHELL,
November S 1S31. 44 CmSheriff's
He I is ,
capable of personating a"vit'j kdw of d -a1b. 0, Morality be thy monwiiemt- N. Y.VarcIyuo2 Lots for Sale. Solicitor for Complainant.

'! cojihi i lerable fidelity when things O, IWiipurance thy bnastDu1 \ I 0 Broadway.Wurkn OctoherlSISSI.it 3ni
-New York Wire 'lloillnjj Work*, 59 and L LARGE sortinent of FALL and"WINTER Sale.BY .
Ul !: j t, suit libi." on the 1Mb instant, LEON DE KAL15, wmof A
: > "Whether Mr.T. ; 61> ljC>vi* street. GOODS, comprising all articles needed in this virtue of certuiTi writs of fieri facias, issued -Middle Circuit of Florida.
Joseph L. aid Eliza IL aiged 8 lauutlia utid
liry.ui,
v .., ''U-rij! \M-tg again, we cannot guess ; 10 N. 15. Silver Med.il awarded by American Institute, market, received by recent arrivals from New York, the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for IN" LEON CIRCUIT COURT.

; ftso. Hronze M-iUli awarded by Froukling ln tl- for sile in f"t to suit purchaser- t lie County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida whcreu -
i'y nf t. But i he -- --- I
takes the place of 31 r. ute. Ih47 and 184S.NoMniU'r November 1, Ibol. 13:: J. M. WILLIAMS. i James E. Bnniir.e fe Co. and others art Plaintiffs, John G. Gunn, )1V.

'. '" vLo in jmblic life Lad outlived his: Our Own Affairs. 15,2-51. -15 Sm ---- and! William Lee: deceased, is Defendant. I have '. > Attachment for ?370 18.

L. la t'' \Vo write tliipiim;:rajili 1 f>r Uie C9)(1 j % >yeof auicu. levied upon and will txpo e for sale before the Court: Francis M. Lawrence. )

and i m naturally inclined to twad- 8ub of
C..i ili'knuhas generally rough frauki p ran come well 1 reCommcuded. Apply fur terms d.iy of DiMX-mber next, within legal hours, the un- hereby notified cf the institution of this suit
tLat iruJe calls if thi. cliaraelor! fr tlj, virtue of authority \es-ted In ma by law. I j-hall 1
:1t we < sal BY ut Dr.; Na-h's Ofiho.Nvenber 1hi b id&t intcrett, of the said dtfcmlaut, William Lee >y process cf Attachment! and are furthermore reiiiired -
ard. l bet truth i is a&Juiuird d.i it. \\ for sale bifore the Court I Inure in ilonticelo : to and plead to the declaration filed
ivc ere to e we really 8, 1851. 41 tfvv in the following described property, belonging to theftato apr5or:
JeJ'crson{ County, on the fir-t Mori lay in June next, therein withui the time bv law.
Iu a4miwd to let it Ix bwvra that \vo lave a mau'ename of bi-'. father, William Lee, deceased, to wit : prescribed
-- tn Rrtidc the he West i of Section 7, in 'l'WtI.li 1 Of 5. IL"
result flang'
ofll.c ) c. H. & j.
upon Now Opening The W. i of the N. W. i. Sec. S3: T. 2, R, 2, N. & E. DuroNyr.
book who is i
4 teCwe, ., gi oar so negligent as to rfjuire a North and Ea tor w> much thereof as will pay an : Attorneys for PlaintiiE.
known t-fand
election well by TheS.E1oftIteN.E.4.SecST.2.ILtN.&EAlo
Jn then the formerly occupied
: tr .&? viiginia, public don lx.f %* for 1S51! amounting to ?3 57.lU1 IK.-
: Couaty ,
says up with tLc I'riutcr. Hat necessity < claoi f tt Priscilla 50 u
-oinj Ascortruent *> ,
1hi th .i les co'ts and Said Lan ls are ituatt dn i Middle Circuit Leon
m* 11 :ratif1ng result of the gb.. < to put Abide this }iidf aud delicacy uil( ask our the t>aid Couutv expenses.Jefferson, n-nr Motiticello.! Fall and Winter Clothing, boy, Taylor, 2 County.

Mini-ill"j'i; int ttA1: (., 3, that every ..epli patruas, tlus pubb'cly, tu resriitua (j,o-t-)2JJatour] JOhNVOOTEN, Fancy Good-", Cloths Ca.--imeres, Ve>tingrs Hosiery, u u u Marion, 1 John B. Taylor, 1 In Attachment
levied as the of said defendant ando r*. > Sum sworn to 1144.30.James
: upon property ,
T. j if (ft' I ( tkngress hio woul< risk, wbat they know to be due us. Each of our acCv Tax Collector f>r Jefferson Count v. Fine"Sowed ani 1 Popped Boots, Slipper, drc. ; whL-h: be sold to satiafv said writ* of fieri facias. T. Baffin. ) Assuinpsit *SOO.OO.
'J'
PI..IUI?' i' ',18 tifl4&flJ( to the odious coniuii.iritv uets i is small, but ia the aggn-gatc they juiwuiit to November 22: mi. 45 CmTaxCollector's the wib-cribcr ii ready and anuoui to ell on thnni'.t L. IL T. BLOCKER, Sheriff! 'T'HE defendant and all others interested are hereJ. -
tcrm for 'h its e !.
or reasonable ca
: vi i JJtwlt MstaincJ by an lncrcaserf I ometh iisg, and tby tire our imiia d L1 i u-ltiice to mwtwctkly Sale. The stock of Clothing consl-, in part of November 1,1851. 43 ot by notified of the mstitution of the above suit,
we and required to and to the declaration
) are plead
fi jiular puTi{ < Their appear
afro. opjjifj lu't tliink that because Colored lrr and Fn-ck Coats
t bvy cxpctibfij. virtue of vested in law Ihhall T.lack and Notice.
) o authority me by filed therein, within the time prescribed bv law.
::"'i; 1Ue. "S'1t-'ai] !>ure.\va8 the irincipal, nay, your noeouut doen utit suiiouat to nnitb, itwilliiiaki *BY expose for sale before the Court IIou. inIonticellrt Black, Blue, Green, Brown and Mised Frock, r'IIE Stockholders of the Southern Life Insurance ARCHER & CORLEY, fir Plft

v'a> alUinjitwI to beL Lttie! diiTeraiicc-with llditxrvl \ Jetft-rsoti Countv, ou the firr-t Monday inMircli Sack and Fancy Cisits October 41 Sin
!,1d' t -. ; the lLer it i L j>a3d orn I tt Trust Company are hereby notified that a 18,1851. -
: ""'(''''l nt the N W \ of S. W \ of Section fi in Drab, Black anti Brown Overcoat*.
l.'lwuThey \ ere atLtcked I : [
( ] i) <>t Sujiji.ist- caili one reasntis oiler UJs fu-Liou; ami, lack Silk and Black Satin Vests meeting of the Stivkholders will IKJ held on the first
SC 1 of S. t E. mt.ch h1ruercl In
1 thereof
Township or fo Chancery.
rt'
t3j range
; : fl ni0 ruthleps nnd: vir. : Monday in December next at the Office of said Cornpaiiv -
!- [ Low are wr to get al.uiig ( Thuak of this urid then doa is will and ta-tisfy L. LipicombV Taxes due tohe BUctTlaM, Grey, and Fancy Cassimtrc Panta-
-it1"1"1'' and of .. pay in Tallahassee, for the election of a Board of MIDDLE CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY.
*- ; every EFK'fs tuisrepretC vou Mould In' (l.me br. State and County for 1t5I? UfllOUfltillg to42 cents,
Wlt* rt.stLd Silk and Marseilles Vests and Trustees agreeably to the charter of said Company AT CHAMBERS, Tallahassee SO A.D. 1851.
i i' < to in order to excite( ufi'len cost and expenses. Said laii'l situate hi White, Fancy various L- Sept. ,
November 1, 1851. 43 5t R. LYON. Cu-hier.
CMnnadanfet I >li ? v'itiit them.-- Groceries.1)Iflt the paid County of Jfner<* other jtrlidea tu numerous to inetition.A. James Nelson, 1va.
.
r.iLJOHN B. CLAKIvrl.
Bill
for Divorce.
WOOTEN >
I 1.1 ji.! 'i::ui Were ln sposid to fcinj: ,' jira cs Win. II. IVttes fn n New Orleans, Tax Collector for Jcffu>oii County., November S, 1851. 41 tf In Chancery. Harriet J. Nekon. )

d./: !>c tnhjbron ebc.eause they_. rcirar-. .3. 4 cn'-ks lI.lliiig| 4, November 22, 1851. 40 Sm LEON CIRCUIT COURT. "T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court bv affi-

lit. m14lnt1Jv, as tVell ns Ii) 3 '* Hhouldern, Clothing. Albert C. Jordan, Complainant, J Jr L davit made in this case that the defendant"iL J.

.' '. ."(:'' rt<1' involving, conceptions un. 2o barrels 31esn 1'ork Tax Collector's Sale. TUST received at the old stand, a general assort t. *. C Divorce. Nelson resides beyond the limits of this State,so that

4UL4 l"jun"us 25 superfiiw Flour, virtue of Cloths* Cassimcres uul Veslings 'bich J. Jordan, Defendant the ordinary of Suptoia cannot be served
L l to the south, they were of authority vested in me by law, T shall Lucy J JIT process
; () | fle land di JO t-xtra BY for Kile! before the Court House m Monticelln, the sub-scriber prepared to manufacturt* in the mo.t appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by affi-[ upon her :

Lu t'j 'istP-izjdeed'VlouJ as >unioajts 1 ca>k Clarified Sunr. For palp byIJUIUIY elftrMrti Cotmtv, on the first Monday in March next, upiirovcil style, and IHI the mobt reasonable terms.fieiitlemen .-- davit made "u this case, that the Defendant, Lucy //1 ja thtrfforf Ordered, That said Defendant appear

', calctdakd! tvery epithet' was .t 110WLES. the E i S W of Sec. 5, in T. 1, of llan-rc, N end in want of a regular and fashionable outfit J. Jordan, resides beyond the limits of this State, so and answer the Bill of Complainant filed in this cause

; L t( enrage the po.uiar prej- November 2'J, 1851. 47 ir; the W 4 N K 4 ('Sec.. 5, in T 1, of Range 4, Nan 1 will do well to call upon that the ordinary process of subpoena cannot be served on or liefore the first Monday ia February next, or

J E:, and Lot No. 5, of Sec. SI. in T t 2, of Range 4 iovcinLtrS,18.1. 4t_ R CLARKE. upon her : said Bill will tx taken for confessed against her:

A Lady N and E, or *o much thereof as will pay and nati-fy It i* therefore Ordered That paid defendant appear Provided however, Notice of this -rdtr be pubE'h-

1.h: : ( -1 of Louisiana will have tTTll') craJuated at the (GreenW., N. C. Female the 1.taie Thomas 1*. )tandolph' Taxes due to the Hats and Caps, and answer the Bill of Complaint filed in this cause ed in some newspaper in Tallahassee for three months

,7td :' a i College, (the Claf 1849.) desires a wtimtionSL Suite and County for 1851, amoun'jng to ?2S: 17 cU.liendeH OF all sorts,just received' and, for sate Cii ear. on or before the firt Monday in March next, or said before said 1st of February next

t /'. clIator to (ICCt at the ajiproachioti I.ttnttng I- Tenfhcr, either in a jmblio H-IKMI! or piivute fnnily. riHta and exteiiM>fl. Said land are situated, v. T. MITCHELL Bill will be taken for confessed airain her : J. VTAYLES BAKER, Judge, dc.

: of the' candidates who arc Apply' to I). {}. 1 jviujs-lon, 3IadiMin C. II, FloiiJa, ia the baid County JuHerson. West of Jlonticello. November 1.1P51. 48 tf Prondcd, tiovevrr, That notice of this Order bo published A true copy-Attest,

B.m /" Duncan T. Keuner, llauda ii or to M. TnwiiHUid, JJcuuett\illc, S. C. JOHN WOOTJ2f, For Families. in some newspaper in Tallahassee Lr three O. A. MIERS, Clerk.

-. auu ip IJematnm. November 20. 1851. 47 Tax Collector and .%ssesor. SMALL and convenient boxes SOAP to be mouths before the said h'rst Monday in Mardi next October 4,1851. 39 3m
November 4U J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, Ac. : 1
!2 1S51. 40 2m
aereig j of S. S. KNIGHT.
Si.latOr, Downs! Is he nofto Large Sale of Negroes. bought October 27, 1851. Attest : Notice. '

reWarded ty the Union Whigs," who BY virtue of an Order of the Court of Cliancery Tax Collector's Sale. November 1, Ml. 43 OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. A LL persons, creditors, legatees, entitled to ditri-

2re ajoiity iLl. tie Legislature for the MuditMm County, I will expose for Kale upon B Y virtue of the power tested in me bj law, 1 Exchange at Par November 1, 1851. 43 Cm L\ butiou or otherwise interested in the estate of

lid and( tbe frt day January next, before the Court llouM.d.K shall expose (tor sale before tho Court House at / ROCEKIES, Hardware, Crockery, Wood ware, Paul Uliner kite of Jefferson County, Florida, deceased -

I comfort be gave them iu the late in t-aid County, FIFTY-SIX NEOKO SLAVES, Quincy, in the County ct Gadsden, on the second vT gait, Iron, Steel, Blankets, Kersey, Bro ans StrayedFROil are hereby notified t> exhibit their claims and

: eet1cn J It will be extremely ungrateful i it nMiTl the property of the cutnte of Sampwm IL IJutler, Moody in Mjy next, the following described property Hats-'Cnp'Black Dress Coats Pants, Ve ta. Overcoat : thfl subscriber on the 10th aft., a Black demands within two years from this date, to the undersigned

j. deceased. Terms.- mo third cat-h, balance in one AIKtw or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes due' JIniitin? Coats, Saddles Bridles Ac, given :ii Mule, about 11 Lands high, 4 years old las t or the same will be barred ; and all persons

aUT h 8 *!luarrcl with Senator i>oule, v ira, Ixaring eight per cent interest from day thereon from the sear 1844 Io i55lj inclusive, and EXCHANGE* for Cash, Cotton and Produce of tb( Sprint; no visible marks recollected. Any information indebted to the said deceased, are requested to

tcni! the Legidature they do not of bale. the necessary expenses Ihereon.to wit : Country penenilly. J. M. WILLIAMS. pectiiig the said Mule "will be thankfully received make immediate payment.

**trd tin R G. MAYS, Forty! acres of Land in Gadsden County, belong November 1,1651. 43 and any reasonable expense will bo paid for JOHN ULMER, Qualified Executor.

with a re-election. dammixrivnfr and Jiivcivcr jug to Smith & Parainore, Iving, on Noil Mo auito -_ the delivery of said mule to me at this place. Jefferson County, October 11, 1851. 40 8m-

Madwon' 'ovember 2 1sji. 47 Ct Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, Youths, Children's and Boy's Clothing:, DAVID S. BRANDOX.

ttIc.cnt ctthc Spanish Tax Collector for Gadaden County. of.which is very handsome, jut received by Thomasville, Go, November 1,1851.1 43 lOt Notice.
Difficulty. Fresh Arrival November S, 1S51. 44 Cm SOME -
W. T. MITChELL months from date the undersigned, administrator -

L ( ( Nov. 19, 8 K M.-Tl'ero' is PHR Mir. Wm. It. l'ettt -02i/ fllel-y Jonr.. November I, 1831. 43 tf Now Opening- on the estate of Louisa B. Nevton. deceased,

'V rrt, Vlijcli ntireIy wdow. here in JT.e! *1d llow has u;ai'i huJu lii : New, Fancy, and Staple Goods. FINE assortment of Hard-ware, Glass-ware, will present his final accounts and voorken to the

1' flhtIOfl atnon tho test liiforned circle S JVrsoTW vfciutontrd to the ** Old A rlifle" for apjiennuicc.medicinal AFlUE assortment just opened, and for Bale at e.ent's Clothing* Hats, &c. A. Crockery-ware,Hollow-ware, Stone ware"Wood- Judge of Probata for Leon County, and Mk to be dis .,

.icully iz cnuahy and 4,' j purpobcs, tilea.se mate early application. to suit the tunes. ANEW assortment of late fctvlei by late arrivals ware, Saddlery, Boots and Shoes,Groceries, Lc. tc.-- charged.
sa k'- 13ERRY d IIOV'LES. J', lm; J. M. WILLIAMS.Ccltber New York. J. WILLIAMS.. All of which will be told low for cash or gond credit PATRICK SMITH. Ainr. .

I Novcmter29, lt1. i 17 25,1651. :42 October 15, LESL 12 October 25, 1851. 42 J. M. WILLUM3. October 11, 1651. 40 Cm ; ', -)



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r -- -- = T-:=- .- ____________________ _
I 1 -flpU7T.-fl----r--- -z
: --- --- ) I Life ia the V/cst NEW GOODS. FORWARD At TOWLE, P. P. LEWIS, The most the great extraordinary df.eorJ4ITy ii, ae
ConudeJrjrt p'gc. Florida.
( local Dentist, Tallahassee, easH.
relates the fol- Attorneys at law & Solicitors in ChancerY
r I A Western correspondent in the new btalJInj; imrawli- .
G. Farrelll
with while roi nnti JAHES II. WILLIAKS ROOMS Cekbmea Arabian
Hastings, lips
I of the Post Office where
lowhg I amusing inci Jent which lately occur- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Hv t
tu answer Him. "From that lnjr I t>t
4 my heart against !ar. of hi* ei.t'mt i and th public Late of ft. A>(>nuttnf. ofold, s,,,thp,
t ;. j: difficulty! That man *ame to me ; hp a4el l :My i fi'nthhid;: been string several days at J vk j U weil selected and ad.ett to generally.the Hi* October 4. 1651. nr.cn a, the result of mjzic, bt ,,... ,
*
l me if I Ivoald ullovv hint to wait upon tnyufj th-3 Spring*, confined tu narrow quarters I by' e$mrcin e. ;0b. Tax Collector's Sale. come intimate with the bj.iory we oath ,efcw
where: : be A. E. 3IAXWE1L. M. D. TSTt Y virtue of Ihe Tested in me by law, I for iheir surprising pow r o'u r1-6*
E : \ to some tlieat-ical! exhibition, the iiu-fss.Mnt r.ih. It may: actually supposed Cu nny Hazztn*, power diea'e.
.. MAXWELL & PAPY thall for sale.before the Court Hout' at tainwent in the kiowUige ef Jtir-
of die KetitucViv do. expose m ticiB
lmh tako I armvervdiiitt that lie took ,
art advantage
: : they were ti o n { gladly wonder of the while "
| Q'tinct, in the County of fiad.-den, on Ihe third ate, at It* ..jlVenceof / >
Iu Bile IJop* 4 l Twine ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. MBle
;;4 ; I fclioalJ! mate no ohjections; that she Jif>l intctmis.-ion of the elemental strife, to 1I l, ICaiU Iron,an Stet-I, .Monday in April! nexl.the f..hI..wint described pro Chemistry, which *ith Ihrmkid th **

.1 c*niM do a is the cho *, l but that if she wvnt walk out and.sec something: of the country. BtIfl5, TALLAHASSEE, FLOKID 1. r.rIvur so niucl (hereof is wilt pay She State and wa. lolheie-toHheworld "ajealH teLlw**'*"
She the rt-U1IsIs5I. I Count Tax due thereon for the 1'5!, and the i in Botany lht> were the mwrzfakofer.f.V AIhe <
.; : she thoul never enter niv tloors again. Ilatirg! walked ahaut a milo from tavern Kip doOna 5 ? year ,,
Gwria Mills ne*e<*arv expense incident thereto, lo wit : t beautiful grotf, which,krt tbf d,,Il. '
%vent, where he lo ?ged, he aw a small house so >urs; ( ,) r
CHARLES W. DOWNING Six hundred and forty acre* ot land, lio? on bia,aboond rare plant arid ocrnu, ***
0 Kei.?\ *. Lin*!**?, Wool 1 t1u1.1 wiW, v
d degain surrounded be distinctly *
Mrs. Hastings es'av< to thickly by trees as not to obtained tbnse '
Agiin spestnr
Colton Yarn, (best Snutbfrn mills, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Rock Crerk, pnrport'r.g to belong to L, S. Gjtlin, or are aromanhje gurn, >rd fr '
; Mr.Domuioe? prevented lier. He coaliaonl. observable from the road. Advancing Crockeiy ware. Hardware, Tallahassee Florida.f *', much thereof as will j-av the( Tax alorrs id. ami. ot which this inci tnjm Me liwm,1

t from the opposite direction, he perceived a Wood \\zre, Groepcie4.I' HUGH: O. McLRAN. pos.-d.an by svhse stImu'aIin. ete

). 1'I 'ITiat nght I tent Ler to her father's home. rough ItMil.ing six-footer, clad in a buckskin Ur5<* a--ortmnt Shirtings and Shecling,, March- OSiee 15, It51.r.t the CapitoL 10 tfY Tax Collector for GaJden County. ins ar.d AnuoSne diftmd properties it is, ,
tanfaneooly
October It, 1S11. 40 6m through the ,
S : In the fnornir { htre r me a letter to tne from hunting hirt, with a large bois d'arc stick in C.lieocsChec'Dri1lir.z Caimr.c, Strij'W,;&c., f st,tem. allaying the most intense pamin hie'h,*'

.." I tter. It eoftent-d; my heart to fnrgJrcness, for h hand. EviJently uot know i..g his proximity A rl>oire a--i>tlnu-ul ol i fnry gnn (hecfle ) /. G. M. DAVIS, Tax Collector's Sale. ibly short lime of .0 or 15 minute jrt ,IStItiL..

: I was Tool enough to believe lier protestatiof to a hoase, or any human being, this indivij.ual 55": Full t ric uivn 'or IliJt'. T.illo\vt&c. ATTORNEY AT LAW, virtue of the power ve-ted in me bv law, I prompt, powerful and *ff ctoat, wiib ,0| ,

innowne 1 wrote an answer, suddenly drew himself! to his full! height, All of which are oCsied al k'c-i t rnirkfi prics faV-'i n.hi jUnfU at T.;lljh2 *e". a'iI will I BY hal: exp"se for SAl"| before the Couit Hou e af dinner. It peiietrate the, tV b tpiiv.- .

,0 lhal I u-onM come to Let immediately. I and with the whole! force of his !lung*, produced by J. M. WILLIAMS. HVS: .. i li' in I II" Cf int l' of i IIP Middle Dil tiict, Quincy, in the County of Cdden, on the third contracted been paNied CMd for year, retrre. cao-ins tjp to tbe Iiir1b shmrlea

,. ; I went to her tle1t for an envelops-Jbere 1I I a sound \\hiehmy fii nd declares to October IS. 1531. -It and Mrri of Puiklin, o. i-'VO and Jacks"n 0 Counties. pettyor Mot'ddV of so April much next thereof the a*following will pay described the State pro-and grow cut and rich blood tocirroUte ihroo K,,ju-i ',

I frond; a lock of I.-cr lorer'g ht.ir, and in her have l been the best imitation of the bra\ingof; Notice. !j County Tax due thereon for the year 1>3I, and th \\t restore. she Sjnovial Fifth* cr Joint W"x'" -*

: own hand vritins an acknowledgment of it a jack that he ever heard. Apparently pleased I T JOSEPH E. CAKO. K--eper of tlie Spanish Ari !' M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE ne e- -!>ry expenses incident thereto, lo wit: thi-ful i* the in cnrinz rea K5n all wh dif-3Pi it'ba of been 'a
ce the
:: i, suefa. I know not what uEtairle4 me uiih with his porfonua'ice, lie was in the act eldves Oilic of l'eiiaco.i! July qaiLfiftl an-1 HAVING auteil thern=elve for the pcrprfe ol l The hcl. of vthat !k called KorbeV Purchase,** ic affect,OI.s Af I Ihe Spine Lifer. Lonjcml,1 Joint*, In "**

that damning evidence before my eyes W oman of drawii: liimsdf up for another effort, when ; e.iirnkionca; in and for the State ofIjia J'.enrn. ? I itr. will eic Tireinpt attention toJ Iyin2 in Gjd-'den CoiirOy, or so much thereof as will! thi. great Arabian reined* sUr.d* <
I j by hi; Excellency the Governor cf the J any I.uinc' < r'ntru1ted to theirare par the Tax aforesaid bounded on the E.t t b tie
can ta ?h things li ? forgiven ? Answer a flout( fellow ru hed out of the house with a County : Ocklix-knee Riveraini on lh West by th< Apalach- Asree Cake or F'nJjrRnnent tf IbeciSc St e ,it ,
State ami"County ireaid : lnl.r 20. 1851. 20 tf
; me in Uie Ilearen which yea believe in, is 1 rifle in 1,5s hand, and in no very measured or This i< to certify to all \rhon it may or flail con- j icu Iflvvr. HUGH O. AIcLKAN. the ; and (for Rhetmati-m if,has 4ii

4 there a p'sce for sncli treacherous souls I'* polished terms, objurgated him for making'rsuch eT!; that the Mortyurc Used, bearing date the ninth j i Law Firm. Tax" .Collector foi Gadt-n CoGisy.October : Cramp mnr*. Swellinz extraordinary*. Pjin tnre. Wnon nn rercrd
k i Sirs. Hastings had remained landing. She a horri'Je noise, which, he said, had al-! j! day 1 of September in the year of our I>ird one tbou>- 1'Ap.D & F.RKVAUD will pnictice in co-partner 11, > -JO f.m Rums, While Dwelling, TDtrtOM, Jtc k

.' i trembled from head to foot at Mr. Dorruuce's most frightened his little daughter into fits,- 4 and t ci Lt hundred end twenty, from Octaviiw Jlitdij j a) fij\ in till! the Coiirs of the Middle Circuit ofi Tax Collector's Sale. equally .ffi.ciou >n diea.. of Animal. Ji j.
+ ell to John Forlxupr n an tn.ivi1kHI l lu'f r-f tLe j jlands Florida Oillte in Tallahassee. t-141Lla, Poll Evil.SseneySrit
: violence. The other ;anolugixHl, on the ground that heI I IHcHuiicj So the ApaLicLiiia! I.xn-1 Company JOHN B :ARD.i BY virlne of the power vr ted in me by law, 1 Farcv.Spr.iirf' gru.., Vonnds CompiMIDi4ta.!

a ** It was not so, it was not so!" the answer* was not aware of his being: so near a house. I i ii the Counties >f Franklin, Gad- den. Lwn. and Wa- i T. W. LREVARD.Febrrciryl. ll expose for -ale, bel'oie She Court Hou-e a? pr in*, Winds--;! Splint ; and for nearly.! all ane i !"

cd|, eocrpetieally. *' Oh, could you have lielieved "Ittnal.es no difference," said the owne kulla. lia* l Iren tLi d; yanci'lK! -
1 all this of one who never hud a feeling (,the soil, you sha'nt make t-ach a noise !''e.ttbj-hicl} form* of the Sjir.iii-h law by J ln Irjierarity Monday of April much next thcreol, the lollow ing de-mbed pro- plication, this Liniment stands at the |
or .o < will the Slate and
p.-rty > a
pay
of$ love for living bUt \ I did tint: here if do it I'll break hone a-lmiuUtrator of the said John Forl**, on the SMITH & O'BRIEN, medicines.
i.nn you ; yoa again, every thir'i judicial iow on file in c.ff.ce. at the County Tax due thereon for the year 1S5I, and the
4 ; know that earth had t-uch fiends as that wretch, in your Ijody." margin of said protocol.nntae. nnd in rny my presence ; he Attorneys and Counsellors at law, nete- ary expense* incident! thereto, to wit : titrr Comptaint,

,' Gfrtham, has proven himself to be. Mr. Do- Look here, stranger," was the reply, "-if bavin;; ncktKvcded to lavp received full!) -".itiftici ALLIGATOR:, E. FLA. Two hundred and tony acres. of hind, in Gadden Rjvwic MARIoN Co. Ky., 4,,
County, to
I know wife if I convinee talk! of that's of tinauip, and that the eiTect of paid cai.ccllation! i k [-urporting belong to Robert Jira*>r-on, 01r 7,
lance, your ; you you come to whipping, a game M. Wnrr SMIT. j M. OTarc.ofr.e > much lh.rer,| a* will pay the Taxaafrre..aid, Iving Mr II. G. F.RaLL-DearSir : Yoriellii
that bIle is fetill of love far th.U 1 ha'nt t to n lei e and rvlinqui-h from tins tlite the said Luid j Alli'-a | O.Trc "
worthy your as as I two can play at. rex on ou got at or. at Ntwn.tnvil1c.. on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, >z very viIlad dninsr a vast dri)
i L concerned ill much the of l fr m> the lien of the -aid nKfrtyvje ; all ofrliici! vr.-u 1 Rffi-r to C<4. -S. >. Sini rv. S.iv..nnuli ; Judge TIIOM s Tax Collector It has g
her truthfulness to you u you L of ad\'atitage me there. I've >eeii duly -i i'.eJ.! ftt1.l! ,ami ..<3aj wl 4 forpivp tier errors and receive her back toyour wanting to bray all day, atid came clear: oat e'n margin. bt-f'Tc nie and Walker Andcrs tn. wit- DociiLA-i.OctoUr4.lh.il.J.T\-onville; CoL J. PAISE, Ocala. October II, 1 Sol. 4 > 6m LAS.and another of a B%D F.IS HTMi

love, as she yearns to he received .'" hete, uiiote I thought I t-Iiould'nt! interfere T,e--e$ pre-rtit at tIe execution of the same, bv tie I S'J Valuable "Plantation for Sale. months A lady,with who LIVER was confined COMFLAI fo her bd for ,
and
41 1 will, so ficlji'ine Clod: !" with nobody. A prvtlyfnr country, to be ,_titi John Innerarity, 4 the aduiihiatraU-r of JohnS SAMUEL KOTT & CO., THE HEART was en'irt-ly cored by tb Arrtcnn. "
PLANTATION whereon
the late
F orbt-; dtveased. J-hua I!. Bi o|
Mrs. Hastings resumed her seat and sujijiwssHjd sure, that a man can't bray where he pleases In testimony ulicrw f: I haTe liercnnto tet GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, THE formerly resided, in Leon C.mnty, near Arabian Liniment. She said the dorinni fooid&
} her cntuliuus as much as she waa- without the dander of d diu my Lake ] her no gw.d. It ba* been applied to fresh
a
r-jiciug every land and affixed the seal of my office at j I IS THC BllIVG AM> SFJ.UX'; OF Erie containing 4'0 acre, of which some 2f>0 nt

b We, the proetvded to give a full history t-t everything jackass the neighborhood." [Is.} 1'iiaeola, ai the 27th tlav of Augut, A. Every Description of Agricultural Implements are cenre l. and under cultivation. On the premi-e |I i rufd Rnfi-3iATiM in a short for lime.a Ior' I lime have, and been *fjtJ? irDi
a
t tljat h.d: 'ccurreJ.'hen she came 1). 1SM. | i* a comfortable! frame Dwelling House, with the nej j jnr befcreairrt
J AXD XAWIIXERY.VLSO : : spell it pairfrd me so much that I bad
ce*- out houses A.C. Tli. to *
PLmtati pwcrjl
to Site lock of Lair, ejiL.itiii.g| the motive? What Le done irilh Od Hags. There JOSK R CAKO. ary ; po-1t-i day and in the night I ,'
may Keeper Spain Archives Office, I'en.acok. Gcw/u and French Burr Mill Stone ; Easopn many ailvanta;e .a- it adjoirv* the piney woo l-., where ; rommenctdba'aingiHrni"
which had induced his wife, s'iil spiakirig of r is church C'aeri.! Cnllin and j bir 2 wilh jour Liniment,and before w
a actually existing near Bergen, H-iJlin! Cl ithAlo -'.-- the ranw iTer-: &**] fi-r ruttleandho; TJ.e Ne'tv- dwie rai,

lier as a third pet -on, to encloj-e it and l.iy it tvhjjclt.can contain nearly one thousand! j jersovs. Thi i k to cfrify that! tlso decree! rendered aninc I t I every kind of Produce, N rth and Sou'h, and 1 1 j jCAH pi'rt ant Ger.nru; 1'lar.k Road will pa.- within 400 to j binigthe p.uincea', d. JOHNBtCjij

p a in her drawer, lie drew nearer to her, and It is ciicular within, octagonal with the Tru Ks of the ApaLichicoli Ijind Cuupariv in; paid fur Wowl, IIiJts>, Deer Skim, and Shipping C;H) yardf tl.e dtvdtiu and! I think will ?o on tie I

.. *>euig her hand, pre x-d h fiercely between out. The relievos outside, and the itutues ] j f.tv r *.( JoLn ITmtrL ty. adtnliuVtRitor of j Sore
His with the Forbes, dvcpail I, OH a petition for the forccWure! oftlw SAMUEL IIOYT. hAMPTON EILDO.L and when tla.* Road is ce>nipk-t -d. which i< under contract Eyes L'urrd.M.
lii* *'tVtI. eyes glowed intensity within the roof the cc-i'in the! Corinthian Mitchell Postmaster
at FiafF8/ea
to be done the
by l.t of C .
Octavius Jlitthfll
; 4 miwiija c fn'n to John Ff>rbe January, 1852. no j DLMr.
of hs> fwlings, and when all was explained capital, r.re nil of ;papier-mache, rendered
lie caajrht her wildly to hi* breast, and slniiuin water jroof by saturation in vit.iol, lime-wa-11 j f'i'lv' -:'tifiid by thf payment to mo, a* tt .rney f jr Messrs. A>T>tnw>jr & Co, Ravcnnab, Ga. it for convenience, tc. It L* now offered for sale at a H. G. FARRELL : Your Arabun

% her tightly to it, sohhed like a child. Heeeetned tetratid white of We have not reach- -.lid 1iitw.tritv. of tlie amount of said decree an1j FB.UVKIIX i I'aASTLEr, bargain.: Pcrn de-irou of purcluiMr, will ['!ea.-e highly praid h.'re. We cored tee ol
I egg. yet WFU-.TER .t I'ALXES call on J' crJi Cliaires R who will hcrfr ( t the Stiff Complaint ht abfoi Intrtr jq
-bow
tlutifartmi Wa.etitereil them
deiJrioas tv'lli joy. I j by me ep..n the exprntioii rj. the
ed this pitch of audacity i ia our ue of paper; ] | land. For tiC. apj.ticatiuns.anl I cured one of my nw ff lkentw.npy. .
In he endeavored relent herself. l i-t't-d iijxmaid decree ; and I furthr certifyt'.ut. SWI*T. IF-SSOW t Co. terms apply to me at my resilience!
vain to
Our Sheriff Dtkps'fnrfd
*
but it should hardly surprise u=, inasmuch uswe VM. P. Mn.LE2 & Fort Fla. Je-eph kbltrte{
UJU dip tran-fvT by me to the said J ,Ln Inner Co. New York. Strartsburv,
** .Margaret Margaret! he cried, "you I the material in hcaes JII-Gr.J.t4 No.' M.\v BENJAMIN a bad Cork wish it ; be al-o tried it ra ar !t Ikj|
use same jrivate rrity, admiiti tr.t'r, of the amount K rect-ivtd bv rnu, i Co.. IVxtcn.F. BYRD.
mast never leave me one moment, again. M* i in ,teauboaU, and in some' public! buildings, he c.aicH in d ie form of law. and in rny f.resct.-ce:, B. LOOMH, Kq. Ifew Lrodon. CtII. Jancary IS, 1S51. 2 tf diately.had the D lie: fn-ay>perTfrT* if i* decidedly barf,and the *i'iajj.

own good, pure: uiiv! may Uod bless you JKjoa instead of ird, decorations and plaster cornice the original inoriw.,*'. a* -ialud iii the ft-regoin cit K. MiCoKKn, llq, Wilmington, DeL incdicin he ever o>ed. There hate betn mei
ti1iete of Joe E. Cam September 6, 11. 35 tf Just Eseeived frcm Km Orleans.BARRE' .
have thii hoar bh'Sfed and He i F-rj.
UK cured of Sure Rita with it. I fled
may ?. When I'rideiick the second ot Prussia it a very '%ii lerzedicine
;
\Vitue-.-, iiiv kind, thi :: nIi dav of An mst, 1S51.. ;ir-i( ':jx-r ne Flour,
for i'ue iice I have doue both tor man and beast.
forgive nie ( it.ju; you. set un liniitt l p-ij-ier tnachent IJerlin, in WALKER ASDKRSON. NASH & CO., ,-, t/ 2 iih.--! tl/n-v Sutrar.SiO .

rJhe threw her amis Hi uund him-*he laid 1703; he little thought that paper| ? chathcdraUluiyiit ().-*.I1xr 11. isr.l.: 40 fctJ Dealers ia Dm s, neilieines, &c., Lbs. 1. *5.1 Side: and ?! lkwcre of ConhfriIATo

her poor aching head upon )hi broad bnaatfche -- 'AUiiia a century, sptiug; out of his Adverti-"r. ApaladtHtilj copy.Chcraical. T/'Ol'LD infr-rm ti-.': iriendand i i the public that 13iJ l b. -r Cured iLumi, tiiion. Head ('ejotlrtcinz Cuisf ally.

1tlo begged for forgiveness.Oh si.uif b< xes, by the fck-ight of hand of advancjiugart '' they havoi h .'.d a jriniil urtnwnt < f *uth 10) EM-.. Ir-h 'otarot, THE Public are paifirola-ily; c
that was a holy utid a happy hour! At we old fashioned Eiish Drug2 .?, dec.SULPHATE I artirhstn; r *- -r-.t'!\- :ki-jit in their line of b'tlrw.-*. 5 Oni. i*. Ease Covntirfit wfc-rh t haia'flrxade i in.appnr.
present -
AVhen the first violence of their emotion's QUIXIXE, warranted pure cad full and "will! < n- -< iin..? r. uhirly fresh =up[>lies. Tbtirterma li> SarT: Ilye. ante arid i r=iled by the 1mpotr b1- makNitTI..
<|) who hiuiit cathfdi.ils and build chu.-rh- i shall lie reaeirLhe.TaILshac. :5 libis. L ;il Lard. For r.le by B. Famli's Arabian Linnr.ent. 1his is

subsided, Mrs. Dorrunce questioned at vthata't es, like stone better. l Rut there is no saying () l. 1:1.uk: ppppf .-. ( .,!.. I I. T 5.-l. 40 GEO. H. EESTWICK. fraud and more ii-Lif to deceive fr< o hubnnu'lit

| of tie bistqry he li4 betrayed hetself. what: we uiny come to. It is not very long l\n ttie.l Cliii'vidino. an article WPparpd frrra th ---- October ', TS51. SVTove name of Farreil.' TLwfrre he rarlif niar nrrir t

31 'poor Margaret, did you thiik: you had si nee it would have teemed a* impossible to j !"( PI\J.IE Ear'- i* n-'u}. ;-cJ ucarlj 3-iuaI to Quinine, at! Crccliery, c.vTE & Hycrs call fcr il by:; tie name I'crrrtrt LioB>fBf1'> fcrunftirrnplfd
deceived watchful J 1 knew ulj i't one ih'nl te! ;*ri --. j : have reopjv i eood cear will iopv ihs SPUR.'CUSJlittur
L, : a aAsortmcnt cf
my eye you of Crcctery
,
cover eighteen acies ground whh glass a& A LSO, a gcucral supply! of Chemicals cf tits bcs ( ,, > Glass and S.' a Ware. f\ Von hand,and are aow receivinra| new and : ? cpon you for the cprtcice J t a.'wojissiferll.
from the etood
darling, moment you trembling to erect pagoda of sinp bubbles; yet t'je quality. Ilocnd. flat :.:ul > IJar Iron. i general oricent? cf GOODS, consistiug ot G. KARRELI. AHA-SJA* LMIMIST," wta&t \

: at the door, when yoa brought me the note of 1 thing is done. When we think of a psalm Nt.i1, Ilod, liand,square HOIJ end l H. S. Iron, Gold Lever I IJutitrng Watches, noftbtrz* I the genuine alvfji hit the letter

recommendation from MUs Umham. I knew fcutig by one thousand voices, pealing through Fine Colojne, Ln* n's Kxtrnd. and an asscrtracnl CVt, (fcrrarai and American I51L tT Steel, Gold Ar.cror Lever do Ii. C.. botcre FarrHs hi* signator* istl oon the
and hundreds of times i-iiice has loie of Fany Toilet .Arti5c at very low price JLick'u!'I Anvil*. JillowVice Silver Lever Hunting do outride wrapper, and I th? e ,iord.lilowBJn you my an edifice made of old and the universal *,it ILuniaer*,
rags, Silver Ancbir Levtr doLr.ipineand 1;.
bottle
H. FARRELL'S
IJ.IVM Pain Relief. : ARAL1AN LLM-
Killer
Railway Iteady
been the of itM-f.! Oh CoUiu Club. Broad end Hand Axe
44 u M>n poiU: Letr.iying I, element bound down to coairncn Jo "
cany our messages; !n1i CLaCUe.flid .MC.'T.PEOSIA.!
jjiy ;previous wile;; I thank God for the miffurtuite ( with the speed of light, it would bt? presumptions celebrated Pla iera, anJ! other TVurullc.5! Cutlcrv.Nail* of all iies, with a general assortment cf Gentleman's and Ladies Boaom Pins.a Sonera! a-- AGENTS.- ?rTED in evrry Town.Tilliwind

;> tiiot have revealed our hearts to each to what and cannot be achieved icaiics.Jayne'u. *ortnent ot F:r and Finger Rir>7', Gold Guard* and Hamlet iu the United States in rhrh tilt isastr.Mihed -
say can -AI.O- Keys: Fob and Vest Chains, v'eals, GOd and Silver Utter
Apply by to H. G. Famll.Pwt'u
other Medicines he. ic mved
lost Ly
:x'o' Men.
science and under the of pair Iusct
by art, training Drega. PcnCiI- Geld
LK7'IS & AiIC3.l Pens.Go'dandS.lvcr Spectres Gold 1 ii!!., with tood rekrerrfes s to Charu ten, Rescasi-
f Ii 'I' _flhi'Lit' floftxrhd, _. 100 do. Ijoy.1 do. io. S see, Collar and Hoson Button* Silver!
Tir3..rJ.I '- ...'_.- I 3 !R5 1. 411 .it Pet r!. and fcilitT, &.c.
i.paIOfl' ""** .ujiicioa creep in to feeparatewo 2 heart that after reconciliation New Ccxh:. J50 do. da do. d.x do. lip daf Fa'i, Silver and ficalo! Combs. a Desk conta'ning: ; jmtch rslvablc injtr&atien hi
any can :; ) .!>. Iwfjle Ijcathtr Pee'ed l l lk.ot Also, Frecrh ?.!anll Ck.k2Tbe!
A IXJST NEo ? KpveTe? clan
TEX\K r.f c.rizens
i.v A entirely root out the weeds which ha\e JUST Gent'.* Calf. Kid l and Goat Locst
sprung Trays, Plated and Stiver X/.ue Silver
Tisbe
!
and Tea
We % and Ptcz-S cfs. 50 cf*. and one dollar pr bottle.
in rank luxuriance are requested by our Sheriff/ Col. Christie Plaid Lttrtnnd De Lalne?, IJov*, Youth and MKCS S! .

u.ider their
cp baneful inflaence Plain and Watered lv &)c3.ALiO iioon, Pldfi Spoons, Foi&.s, Cr-arn and SYwip Ladles THE CSLT GEjsrmE i is manufjrtorfd by H. C.
More fit'qaendy the breach widens to state that he hns received a letter pidn Urocade', 13aree PJiSed 'V.'aiier. do Tea St, Casters Candle- Fart-l.sole' inventor ard acdktlf* 'iDru2C"f
proprietor
TLsvye l Ih I.tnuPJ.iin:
from the jailor of Faye'te Counts'I'ennes. mid Printed 100 Inax-hes! Cotton Yarn. No- 5 to 12. .tirks &dar Lacnn, Silver and Gilt Girandole .
with years; each grow to tl,ink the other the llfiuvd, PLiiu and Xn. 1? Main street, Fenna. Ill, andfef
Strtfx J DTCSA Silkdo. AH! of wl.-ich will U'
: sold as low as in th<* Abo.fine double banrilrd Guns SMr
ranr- and Carne
to the ny sale vheI'-aleand
see following Retail aPropriiu'sprice.bS.prember
There :
aggrebbor, and that complete isolation takes ( purpoit : i is a negro !> P.Uk! drt.! da ket. nWei Tal'ow and llce taken '
wrcc in trade, f.r i r.g-c. and n- *.Cne pocket Knive-- >ite iMcnnies, 6,1S5I. LIWIS&AI1S.:
|4ace which j is >o terribie to contemplate.la man now in that jnil who will be soU Plr.in.1 IJLu-k aol Watered Silk Mantilla which wo will hllow the highest market pnre.f Port Folio-, Vi iio$, Claronels and Flutes, aae Razors -

society nci instances are conrtantU 'i'rjail fees on the 1st of December, unless IVKI. !MiK, cotton and IVart-r Glove*, f October 25, 1S5I.; 42: HEIR i RUST j Sirop tc.flc CITY CCITO T7EIGHEE.

occuring ; and it in OHC case the difficulty 't the owner prefers his claim before that time. ]Jale inbroHcn.d: II. S. an J Border L. C. HdVfc. : :* quality and gpseul 2
any i'Tbe Rpgro Fays he belongs to Lewis .Ste1' Thread and Mu-lin Hidings and Ins'Ttuir** Blankets, Kerseys, &c. :;r.. tc. TOWLE .'.. MYERSSei1eir.ber2 HAVING been app .Lnted one c-f tie (Sty Ctttte
could be traced to h IVenc h workM
foundation. I doubt Cane
t *.Collar*,CuS i CLenuzetL IS:.' .
) iferthann
A STTERIOR JS I the Planter and
J..t ,
*
cf D'anktt notify
not the cue would be fuun to be as trivial phens, wa sold to him by Thomas Whit. Mark and Colored ernb'd CaJmero Slawl' and Linev Ju: received. Kerseys, TUnsTJL --- of Leon, Gad-nlen, aiid'tlieum>nndins Counti att.e

tw was the first event b the story I have oarrated. lock, and ran away from him below Virks'jbo'g White C'ntpc Shaw! October, i51. 42 J. M. WILLIAMS.Couthera Sight Ehang'NNr.w Georgia PLnnTs. that I vni attend c.4a1itl
White
Mississippi, in March, ]18.10. I'rom an 1 Colored Silk Donnei, (- YCRZ, \V.\KNA, and IIACOX the D'pot in TaII
Women do not soSiciently COmIT4befltl the '. the negroe'e statement, it i i-s thought probable] Stnm-Iht.kiilk and Lace Leghorn for da Mutual Life Insurance Coapasy _) for sjJe, in SUIES to snt, bv COTTO:: and TOBACCO mtrnteiJ to my cartSciles. Ni
'Jiat his owner be cither Mantilln*, of Louisiana. TMOMA. rriREIX*? brocit! from 2feir York will lecertifleil cilia-tn.! e.I
responfeibility which they take upon themfeelves Abbeville may ia I'dgcfield, I'ink., Ultip and White) lf! nnct Jluslin, HA V ING bf-en appoint!A sft-nt for the above Comiciny.and Oetohpr 12. ISI0.J A V'nI iSaii.-ie R.ink., l>y the laj-pector *if Scales and Weibt' Sf
in the married life. Instead 01"look i ng; or Newijerry. I5a! <'k and White Silk ll *e. O.tton d x deeming it U1ni'ee-arT todircss the the Cu.-u.ni House there. Hy station at swill heDept

# uI|$rn nwrnage as a ** career of devotion," a? We desire to give circulation! to this cir- IJIack ,t Colored Gaiter". Kid! H-p-ties & Coot imjx.rtiince and advantage the mutual ii.inincepriiwiple ETNA IKSUSATSS CDHPAIi, pi one ercat advantage over any tbtZ nesS

*' n exercise of vtrtaes often difficult : comstanre, hoping that it will result in beneSttiiig W iih .t; rrsit v-uiety of othc r artkk#, too iHimeri would respectfully solicit the eon Kl.r.Mimof HARTr'OnD! CONXCCTICU I er the St.res-a ; i in the Draysge alone, eihitcents
they I Tlie ito mention, which! thev will p-i.e call nn some one. question i who ] T5UILDING'J ;
a is Storks
seem to expect tb" boai of the lover ta I ;amine. relative itcan be ar.J Cotlon in V.are-hone
ge to air: & fltJst matt<>n to obtained bv eal'i'u; on the J3 strongly fern-ed end in *d repair, tie Cc-ttna will
continued ; aud, diaappoiut.d{ in the outM-t, Lewis Stephens and! where i is he ? or else, October. 25,1851. 42! ,f i-ub--iibtr.! S. S. KNIGHT.November iusurcu against less by Lie. le more seccre from injury g awl can ato be STwar-

e they i dalge tlK-mwlves in sentimental re- who arc his representatives and where are SO, 1850. 47 tf LEWIS & AMES: ted: with less delay. I hope the Planters and Mer
25
1S-30 '
Boots and Jarnsry 3 .Ae.it4: T .laha<>-ee.
I jwuathe ," until! there i danger of their hap. they ? Shoes.UST chantswill trite me their p .trona e, as I am determined
ve suffering Any one desirous of learning farther J I rcruvi*!. a fine anrtim of THE TRUE KEDICINAL JOHN PRATOniUS to deserve' it bv strict attention to my boanesiCIIARLES
shipwreck for par
; men soon w eary ticulars :an apply in Christie l i'lL-f BLii-k :an 1 Colored! Lasting Gaiter, COD LIVER OIL L. DE3IILLY,
of the little scenes" in which women K J Capt. at this Io. do. 101 1 and Morocco do. [or THE LATE FI21I OF EVLL & FiTOEItSJ Cotton and Tobacco WcEZ.Tai1nksee .
place.-IMgi M<1 tlverlucr.. i in the ol ScrofulaCo,.. ,
cure imption
; ,
often eouander their
clonaence.
Do.Da. Enjtnelh..l ILL.kin USEFUL 43VOtLD inform his (frit-nJ ant! the public Aozut 0, 151. 31 tlJ
:' ; \--JliinaRr.nchili-Co' tn _
.\gain: there are iiialnnces) where the wife ) Iu.1 Walking SI.K-J.! Slippcra uzu.xs, and a1Id-'e.-e-, tlie Che-t ad p. that he HA taken the tore lately! xiipirtl
Las faithfully perfonaied her duties and yetjhefecsn Owe no Man.It Do. Calf ISa ku< and lJttecs.A this vjhi.ible medii-ine j4 jut received Lnnss. ,Aupplyal v\hich i kaaria.lIpd .r by C. IL Blood. and! adjoining the tore L.tely Tallahassee Gotten WarehoTis*.

change gradually taking jilaco in may be bad poetry, but depend upon, it IO.Mi.4y .- pure, and ol verv 'Ii '.-riorq'i.ilitr. occupied bv Bull .t PratoriiJ, here he will! be piratedto rT"IIE inderirned l i i* now prepared to rfccn*

i Jjer haiihnnd. The rose-colored tint with hichthe it's excellent scns-e. It is an old saying that Do. Colored Latin Gaittrs, For '(.Il-1 by I.lJl'I w Kid Walking Sl., ami DasLuv, 23. til to jeitn-iiiie him in his line ('f busine in? to thi market The buildmir i* firt-fmf
May IvV!) 50 TalUba
the Fa.!
debtor ef,
had invented the future gives is a slave to the creditor. If I_. do. and Morncco! II-- Jia.rccvried.. the
place to a so, IJjJt 9 by late arrivals, a thotf and iniranhately opp i-ite the Union Bank near the 3ket
cold arid leaden hue, a* the love ol the chosen half the woil.l enter into voluntary teivitude. And! a fine ortnmt of CliildreuV Leather, Morocco v+U-t1'rtnl tMfptof Cloih*, CaMtinrre*. 1'ettingiawry H<-ue. Thtre k floW also! in connecriaTSl

one teems to iinisi:) absotbcd by the vo,ILl The universal rage to buy on credit, is a se a.d! Patciat Ix>uth(-r Shm-d. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY /; Good* ; alto, a ffrnfral auvrtrnnj of the al.jve. in cvur-e of erection, irvn-prn US t*

I and its plea urec. Hut even then there i h rious evil in this country. Many a married -MSC-- HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, lE11fl-J11)E CLOTHING the st 'n>2e of Cotton all under! the unmeiatt *

Lope. Let: her watch occat-ions for making man is entirely ruined by it. Many! a man Gents!).,. fine Imitation Calf l Bi.oti. Capital Stock, $300,000.( All of whicti. I riitter my-elf. are equal in style and I trol cf the sulfrcriber. XT ho will receipt kr soci CW-
into the ( Stitthcd Boot*, quality, atnl ynile at cheap, a< c.n1others that wilt l> ton a* may be stat to him. and h sacrifices ; let her thow that her hucband'H goes store for a single article ; look Da }\- ztl end Water-proof CootDo. -', J'ni-. uniKT-Iziiod. A t-nt of the above Company ; undin this market He will give jiarticular.atten-et I iUr fur ilf tlffirery of the Cottv in tAe snet **Tin
i is fctill her ing mound, twenty things Calf fc'.Wand !J. i prqvirtd to tike ri-k a.u'i.t Fire on Inii'dings rhith
Lapj.ineps predominant tu-ly; aItove fctrike his > i4 a, I tioii to Iu lu'neanti hopes he will merit a liberal it M rtrrirf all, let her avoid reproaches, and no one eye ; he has no money-.buys on a credit.i .- Da Kip Cn-,.niM and 1tusstt. and tluir conU-nt*, on the F. II.n.o'-t FLAGG faorable, !ACIt.TahItit'e term.*. ]utronsie from the public. The subscriber is also prepared. *$ rVitCtlto*

Leait in which the ilame of love has ever i ooli-h man 1'ay day must come, and ten Yonth <1in' P I ; Cottons delivrred within the cororaliit* /
Lurncd, will log remain proof to such de\o- chances to one, like death, it finds: kihf Vh .
you unprepared Il( Pure fei
; Sulphate of Quinine. lalae. anti at dl time be fbuzdCttlvn at
lion. to mci't it. Tell me, who have I>.,. :SJ,.,,.. ,,f xjno.t ev L'i.reiui; ;:, ISopc, Salt. Iron, cVc.G1 may
ye <.rv ascription. rTMIE subscriber Yard, ready and wiDrnir to accomm(*&
From this long digression we will back experiences! it, did! tho pleasure! of 1'> possessing filly ounce* ol
go Sulphate
Dundee da I ilin Twine.Ki Quinine,which the
18. 1851. }
to Mr. and .Mrs. Dorranre. the article bear any proportion to the pain of 41 (J. C. B7UD. ntucky Rope, New?York Patent Rope, have obtained diiect Iroin the manufacturer, and Talahs-eeAngnst23,1851. S3

Aunt Kgeilou was hortor-ft'uck upon her being called on to pay for it when you had it Dwelling House for Sale. Livi-rjoJl Salt, Iron and Stet-L In .t'.re and they will warrant it to be a superior article.We Hats.

return, in iiiiding the timid and retiiing Mrs.1 not in your power iA / YN the fir't MOM! in for ale h.w. J. M. WILLIAMS. lnveenUnjed our stock of Dru:;* anti Afeili- 3M
few rules \vvll .iy Demnber next, lin" Dey' Oi-toU-r :25, 1851. 42 cine" by r> cent cmi ivat-atid are prepared to exmiteorder General assortment of Gents fashieneHe
Hastings! kept will r.inW A
seemingly home contribute
in
at
her
entirely l.-t. 1H31
; will
Mildf.rca'htothe -* lor articles in oi-r line, at wholesale) or retail, shin ami Beavt-r Drab and Katk
nephew's nnis.Howard much to tour happiness And independence. nvh. >M bidder, bf.re the Caj.itol. in the city of TnlIjilK. Cloths, Cassimers, and Tweeds. on the most acconmodatin terras.We lack and Colored Sportm-: Hat, for men.b !' "

: Dorrancc attempted no explanation Never buy what you reilly do not waul.- oe Lit* si, B-l S3: ,8-I, ami 85 in the S'.rth AdiljUori l- hate aUoa lew at count* yet dne to us forth* .vouths,just recceived. And for sale br
I Never buy on credit vthen of ftud my. rj ,n this is tituated AN assortment of the above articles just received ISIf The .' in HEiR it iilsT.October .
in words, but he pulled oTtheclo( lawncap a you can do without projHTty t.f the JAte. year ; generally small amounts,
theo.nnio.l.oI t
; < .jtr4-flir-hInvP styles.OctoUr2o.,1851.
Take ; ,lc. at iwc-nt occul but if tIe v iot' could be paid shortly, it would 4, 1SI. S9
_ _ .:' crn//r as Margi.ret's say, l P'1 hy the Hon. .Wayl.-v, Haker. It K in every 42 J. 3L WILLIAMS. Iart0k\ard4liiuidalingceitiin.( sums which we owe.
dark: hair fell around her, Mrs. flgei ton owe no man. re-pert, one of th? 1not t cc-irablo! residence* in the LEWIS & AMES. Saddlery, 6tc.

could not fnil to recognize somelrares of tie! Jty. 1'eroIi4 wtdini-j to buy, would do veil to callui'I Quinine.A JnneS. IS-'O. O-> and b&i
receive *
JUST a fine lot of men, boy
L beautiful crayon in the library, which she Xot much Troub'c to try It.-To raise an Otub&r exatntne IS it, iii.bef.ire the day of t1e. VERY superior article of QUININE,ju t re- A Card. ,' Siul-fle". BnMIes Martingales.! Stirups. SpW"

Lad so often studied with interest since bbe orchard of grafted unit without grafting 41 7t cvivctl at the Apothecary and Unit? Store of Skin, Lining Skins, Kip Skins, Patent I't' 1'
E. Jr rplTE exercLes of Mi-a
4 Lad become an inmate of that dwdliiig.e How it be done ? .Select! Kates of 15ARNARD. CLATTOX SCHOOL will tent Fu& mn, with a good assortment of
can the kind of fnilt Storage at St. Marks. October 25,1851. 42 Sign of the Mortar. .1. commence on Monday, September 1, 1851, at For sale low

- I J Impulsively she folded Margaret to her you deiite, then take a linen string and tie itas 'rloh1o.r1)l1e.__ .. .. .. .. ... the School lions! attached to bt John's Church. bv HEIR A RUST.

heart, for tIft r snflerer had won a place there, as near the top as may be. Let it remain; i M1flCl1ANjl r-r barrel. bulk,.. .. .. Rice and Onions. August 23,1851. 33 tf October 4. 1SS1. S9 tf

to the extinction of all prejudice, by her gentle one year, then you have above the cotx; othi-r .. .. .. .. .- TUST received and for sale.
string
patient ways, and unwearied devotion to year's growth. Over the string will form ot.e S.tIFl4-r atk, .. .. . .. .. . .J J. 3!. WILLIAMS. Notice. Caps.

her tick cbjIt1.I bulb ; cut off just below and! get in the a St. MurfcyAugmit 23, 1851.BEARD & 1)E.NIIAM. October 23. 1851. 42 Plir.under2ned? having ma > ome ncwarranse TTEIR A RUST, have just received a V*PI 1!***"'
33 1 1
Sm JL men! in his bnincs all ment ()fnlen.-'. bovs arxl yotthClotlu
Harry LtSO, knew his minima and ground and fioni the reqnr-M per-ons in '-
now bulb
no will Mail out Nails. debt d to call aid 'eltI*- Isp In future e will keep Glazed Caps.n hich theV offer"lew. Call andsee
S longer refused to come to her anus.There toots, and KHHI trees of dwatu h Notice. received and for Kile at October S9 H
a > si-ta will JUST prices to suit the nob.-obiil! rll I li i sjood* rxclui\ery! for cash or 4. isa! J_ -
,3 ) was a happy party at Woodlawn be seen growing under a harden of fruit.z .- QIX month after 1ati, I dial! apply to the Juilge *. 40 fcec* NAILS, by onul'tre, and by sti doing lie will be able* to tllat

S that summer. change. of IVob.Ue Washington County, for a final ,ritJernent November 1, 1851. 43 S. S. KNIGHT. toe lot'p-f li'. ins price, which he promi-c to do. Here I Am. the**
: wd (k.hargo from the estate of Jmvi-h JX. ---- 4iul rrtUflhi] oldfi'-t >rncij> and others wishing to FAILING to pnn-La certain preperty on i Ot

At Margaret's earnest pleading! joined to A droll Lockey, deceased.! Bagging, &c. buy low, lojji\ehim a ejit. He ha? on hand a SOCK) 'n, lert to attend to the vanW
I Mrs. Kgc-rton'g kind persuaeinnn, Helen story is related of an honest old MARIA IXCICEY, Adm'x. f) K PIECES Kentucky Bajing, oilmc'it of I't'eILl' *, CUJK, RLmkrls Cotton Citizens of Tullalju- and the balance of OI' E'

i (iraham accompanied them, participating in farmer, who attempting to drive homo a bull, C.x. SepteinU-r 1J.J85]. Sfi 8m Li tj 50 coil* Rope, and U'ooltcn GO
s all their pleasures with her unselfLh got Fuddci.Iy hoisted over the fence. lUcoveting Jest Received from few ::0 bali-s Oi.ruiy Cloth, lion ii'e*. interest tu call btfcre they let the nuwet JCIGUA.
: ; heart. York.
S.
hiauclf. he the Which will be told at low Jainjty4. S3I. M AMOS P.JChIiiRDON.CoPartnership. their fingers &
4 saw animal the ,, price
u t on Oth-' T(1P :
Her brother has gone to Europe. ,, I'eefI and St-w91 Ll(1ies October 13, 1851.T _.
er side of the rails, saw ing the air with his _I_t_ KiJ Tit !laskL"- SX! rs I-mkii Patent LeaflU.1 JAMES IX OAMLLE. __
The world said
that it was very trange head and neck, and pawing the ground...... raiurneled Jenny IJnd-.lJny Kip Rro-ans, Jlen's SeptemberI85l. 35 tf nndersignt-d NEW GOODS.

; that the proud Howard Dorrance should re. The good old man looked steadily at him a Calf Shoe \omen's G L P-vrf, Kid do. Ac The Forwarding and Commissson Business THE under firm have cf this O &day J7 flieeinni.formed a Copart UST recived a fine assortment of Ia<& DRE

cc-ivo back his wife ; but the world never moment and then shaking his fist at hin: exclaimed A 1vr sr. -MARKS, 1 ILOlhIA, GEO.: H NEGI.VN1SS, J GOODS swh as Ca.-l.mere-, MFLaBerageDLnne
Knew how much they rejoiced in their ns-'nrtnwnt of D"inetic nnd! Foretim Pry the Wai c-I lois-es July 1. 15l. Fijured and ChaD5U0
-.- biief! *' darn your apologies) -you need'nt (;(Iod'.. Clothing, Hat nnd! IX hcrinfu,e occup (d by Messrs. _JOS. R MF.GINNXS. *. F'
Cap* Silks,
separation; as on event Saddlery. herd PRODIE & PF.TTFSill he Plain and Watered Hack
: |nrmilted by their all- rondurlrd by Ihennd patera
4 stand there t.-irnal critter ware, I Hollow
a bouin and ware, Cutlery Boots
you Fancy GOO.L ic. For and Shoes.
: wise father to bring them nearer than Rale "r-iziicdv\ho$ will endeavor lo eivr a* gpnerul sati.ifjclion Watered Black Silk Vfeets.
i I ; each'other and to Him. ever to scrapn: -you did( it a purpose, darn your by ad did their active and indn lrioo* predecessor TJ'INE Dress Boots and Shoes. Just received by Alo. a variety of good for childrenwear.
: OIXX
!" IL BEST WICK .11 Which he to sell low.
cutly picture October 4 ,o.,. BEARD Si DEN11AM. W.T. iUTCIIELL. tiroposea BA
I ... 53 tf July 5, 1S51. 20 tf Octubcr4,1Sl. -39 tf. October 18, 1651. 41 CI



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