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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: December 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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EVERY SATURDAY MORNINQ. ;;j

OFFICE OVER BERRY i ROWLES' AUCTION ROOM. '

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. ... : t'
TALLAHASSEE

FLORIDA, DECEMBER 27. 1851 VOLUME TTT----Nfl /51 ;'I


STATEMENT I rule] was adhered to, frhowiiu* thereby Uiat the resolu- I five times, no candidate r- .---.--- I I' I 4
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OfWrfitF S R. MALLORY, U. S. Senator elect tion referred to was designed t/> be permiUMtit I re- I licre fh-ct, the Assembly liaving adjourned a majority: ai of Oic.144 TIHTO-will den"Obordirial: ion tw that of the Uuited States-(Snildlmvp...because-1 instantly, .trpon this vote, the body which I I'TOM the-Southern-CAriftut- -- *-Adnedt- > I
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in argumrnt v-f r Ui the House Jounud. Full Session, 1845, com- i, lie found the renewal of ] by Wt> indirert a mode as that of. det-laring .cast: it dared lie wa not elected.I -
the
-'"* """ vote for the United l f( '
** P"fna'V Ia. CI>rB datminS iLis cea< i"! inloins; on the 17tii November, at paiye 1. It will'1 Senator ; the easiijidatc* were "NVard and] Morton.States On f f whs a quorum should be to do business, to take the I The jirmedingft of the joint meeting oftbe. two I < Emigrants To Florid .., /:_, j S

"Won ( j j hue IKJ seen iliat Uie House consisted of forty mem-1 I I thc lint trial Wiinl received 27! votes and Morton j regulation of Uic election of Svnattirs from th# L.gi1 i.i 1 houses of the General(; Assembly/ Florida (awl this 3l r. Editor:-1 have travelled a little fn /

jlr&MfO/'Ae? ttttjwZSii "bor*. twrt.ty-one being a ucrum. When this body |, ce ivt4d 29 vuten, and the President declared there vat,reilatu i of Flt'riila, or resign, its own ?uj>en'L*>rv piw-. ]principle i* applicable Iu each of tlw States)) are not: North Carolina, South Carolina; arid Geor
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nit-t were twenty-one members present ; Fenru- in dtctiun, L over ? regulation'! to.the Constitution of Florida. 11| final until oV'.ided suil finally declared to be go by girt, .and bare met with

tile 1 c1mjkiur the General As'enib1y t I win was nominated ae Speaker, mid upon thc first vote Oil the second trial Morton received thirty An cXAmuuilioti of ti\e contestaut's authorities mist t tsatLfy themselves. Their proceedings ir. joint meeting- may have many people trhd(

!Vtrit.( 1fl3 ('., jL ( f 1iftv-ttht tu1nbrcF, eoTi-| received twenty one voting blank, or not at allbed| k elanMi flecteil Throughout this befrpiou the, mid wai.I every legal mind tliat they with butvery few 1 1j be reconsidered, altered, anicnJed. or revoked. wFui.ihiPjoii1 asked nio various questions abonttnii
haIl of the Lower l1.ut.e on the 8th v ;,xvns declared wit i leoteil, and the vothiar As&cni-1 j exception: $, luivc reference to country : and as these
qed U' proeveded.- bly, in its numcrom elections adhered municipal, iiMineyed. ('Cf[ / meeting i* in **kn. Upon announcing the j j>eoplu coppeapci .
its
cole ttr a Ljnittd States $enntur,. i not Uiis t t' the or _
precisely contestant's Ithiuk tion ol
re'fer institutions 1 firstballot
j ct'eJunsvliary readers
; nirfv poutionJf to corp'rutjons when the
( i& page 14B, whore, tijiou nn election fir soliriror i coutef-taut received twenty-nine' your permit me, through .the
T trefe f1ztyiig1at ziiernbrb )fl2At, ; I it i*. Ferguson? w:. the only nmn'mx, and received Bush received 20 votes, a reM>luti n was ixism-psbig no pulitiT-f: Tiowtr, and N-aring no *iuiiii! votes, it was the bohi'ics* of the General Assembly to columns of ihe Southern Christian'
I within iutnHlueed wivtmgji awl j the result :No
f.tVlTht Iii the LUowijuj words : | right was vested iu the OHttistant *-
j. of the Senate WH* called( to j j tu 90, 212 2 11 of the by An-rv : that the judicial d -i.-ion.s in to Ear a few things with regard to '
Prc ji iit preside I po i i same journal-) show that'' 7VWwThat A. II. .. *7i < such ci*>**, flep riduig 1 t by such counting or announcement and the "
thc )UIUII oe'Ju{, uiiJ anii'Wiiced the business iii' every election by the General Assembly, during the Iff
/, U Uic election of a United Stales Senator. I II s &>uin, was wntrolled by the rule t <.Hiit'nm of the (j-laV. cannot IM invoU-l tI Uir the Honda The
) ; tutu <> page 20 >f i fit 1d', &.tuiIorfir the Wt-Ktern Jud'rlnJ; Cirfi't; ; gi-iljitjire : was no election. Tlie voting was but but one of themeac4 poorest land here is astonishingly
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*'ft4 thereupon) nominated.f the same journal, to t-lio\v the of tlic rules : on ; iron it* ('I'nStituIitnal right Eveii thecas theii j prow .
I adt'pUi/u of which
Tn1 there 29 vote* f..r Mr. Vu- the 1 I w hieh the :yea* nnd nay$ were c lied and the vote was j jtluit CominouwcalUi cf might have been used to determine the duclive, while, tile best is unsurpasseb in thw
vote were previousTho : Grttii
onfittl 'IF 4j 1'l. 4 WliartunV i8i. of the General )
agaiu4 artil f.r it-Iihi' Rep* nctte-e Assembly. Many uUier might United
States.
P blanki hereujxni tin- President n e nest of tlie General (iwli friezitht otin in a m>td by the contestant in There hna! been so mnch said '
d| *ii fir : } j feswiin Assembly waeon- 1wejed i1y agairtr it. Ci.til1 terms of cunflltiK-e, grew I I have< been resorted ty with equal propriety, The *election -
,,4ke1ITJ in l that there was nolocti m, aud Uic POCI I v< in Xoeuibor.. 1 4G, aud throughout its elect ione | G
called fur. the rule was adhered t tJt( body jjoverned, if not by the estabi! hed as moteil, was < bulb Houses, or upon a plurality, or two-tliiriU i can be raised! here with,
*? trial Mr. Yulee acriin: received 23 votes j H'>u-Jiif lloprenenti'tivesof Hoi-id.1, > n"aje! !Ibcld! by Justiee Risers at w/* jirilti, hut t r ;
>.* tluc t( flu iiiieiug the The irwuutioii of Avi-ry wjj rule frit his ilec-ision j 1 three-S uttln of their members ; but by nou* of them I thc least labor of placo. I have ''
-iW *frf "'' fur a"kT"'' I1v 'lt'ut "fain kw 'i23d: November.. 1846, at pages 118 hIt, 120, and Uie ilcct ion for Senator no related to was overruled by the Supreme Couit of l\uiwiytan-M| could an flection, have been determined .iihoi.t.1 13.I known so that Florida arty ever
Lillul election, iuiJ thu third xote the pieH'li\' at the end f the only. ThroiiihoutUie 4eetioi*; ia. But discarding all ref ( ; may be said to bo tho
Uu-re wa no I > Fame volume. ji.iet 1 of thi* session UJ -rence to the Constitution, I j I nvl; declaration of such election by the General Atr j ,. .
'alli-J i :39' 47, 5'; ', ft vote of .
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?fB tlik tirJ there were 28 votes for Mr. YuW [ w'Ibbl'uiik.' : tliirly-fivc attempts: to elect a Uepi4er (See |iagcs 148, 140. 100.151 152.153.five successive times.- cr41] Atetii1ily If }1IrIe i a contrt,1h4, iy the dcis-I The voting in not such a. final dctcrminatum. The ,i thank me for holding out, such an inducement"J I

fur I liuik ; ulu-rt-uimi the I'roideut again deol I f Public lu uK during wliich t ventv-tiute votes wen- Thc next aud last se i"ii of tile Af ) ions 8fIIca1JI hI I.rivate ( I7jWflttLiIli4, whit'tlwr nanhiJun11. Legislatures of thc States are not mere agcnta." |J to encourage this class .of people to coma

01'taut t u. i t' w a* elect ion. cast for the came candidate twice, but not rcw-iun,:* a | ed i on the 25Ui NoVeinlicr> IQ. Aud>wwbly COUflutflCI, at t ? or (! yVI.r('. .'jhl it III5C'4.e tl the ribt'rterihe "delegates," or trustees," whose acts, when uoue, \ hero ; but I am not for thanks ;

*;Jlf until ineetin* then, upon a vote of 30 to 2 | "coiiKtifHlioiHil. ittfijtity," it was declared 110 v'ottiua Senate Journal, 1850. Infer t> the thl j it ()Wfl rules cf proceeding-See( 2 Kent. cuin'>t but recsdled. They do not actlectj>r8 for J the writing but for
]pa.re1, to show that ia the Coin. ri I good of those who
first
-; It' tile t'llliiwitt; diiy at 12 tbc1.H'k. -(See p.ijv fiO of the Apjxiirfx.) uot of that Imdy this i 293.) I i the Federal Government; they are not Federal agents would be benefitted by

1 '*, ..iu.U .loiiruol. tenwal Ai-boinbly tif riorid.i. At pie: fly of tlw Apjieiidir. will lie nndtlie vile At Uie eYct'ioii fir n-wge I'refident was fiifomiL if thc j Tlie eiritestwt, at page hvoof hi* printed argument, Imt they net f T anti in behalf of sovereij'n States.| j| a move to this place: Any qnantitv of land

*if'' rlI- :"' '. '.'"' ML f ir a .Iu'lge of the Snutlieru Circuit. Fi'rtv-ciiit;! attempts I I imdyconMtted of nineteen member.- Senate, that ..spunks df the emIr (imitted by the Pre-iiling Officer I 'llii position seems to be LicontrovertiUe. If author'j can be got at government price and those
p. li .Lumary.: at 12 oeli-ck, the Senate ]>r. were made; but no candidate rcniiJiirj an'! the candidates j i-f t ti UK? (-cntr.il A fuib'y. in declaring that there I i ,
(1th' l:bt a via-j i nominated werclloyd and A\ery. Ul 'tithlir.t was : ity Urequirefl I n-f.-r to the case of "Ths Stutea-l J who have an Idea eoJgrating had better da
joiU.tliiH"U.. ,e f llepreM-utaUn'S. The IVi ident jfirily f>f nil ;Ii. Mnr.i*r rlret, the .1 *- iiMy adjourn i l lot' there nine for ( Udno[ fJaaun- [ yanmlWrr.." 2d. Ualstea-rs Pw 101.
r. aIl JujK H id jiuj'f fd.rad the were vo.es Floyd, eight for A very, j rv. 1H.>1. and he cl-Jins so at once, as this is destined to be of
Uit ?MU.1 Uf 1tZU juvsiJe. left f\reuit icitJi'Ht! a Jt dye. UH.M[ the I and two orf by the candidates. f 'r blank.) Tlie oliair that the Sctr'ife of thc Uniteil j Tue Li'gL'liturc of New Jersey, upon joint billotf ; the ouo
.itig 4111i '(1fl1.'d UJI' ee4tlI" a TiiiU-J State S t hirty- ixUi bdot: walker ntviveil tieeitty-itirir votes, i decided that Mr. j States t-Wld reveme Ui.it: declaration. A* to thn \i. fly-fir/ members present, votuig for a Clerk of the greatest States- the Union;
onli-r. Mr. MalWy and ilr. VuW w.-re and tn! >n tilt followin IW( ?' IK' ui w propwcd) : j was. iij.jK-a'.ed I fi-ojji and re\ei>ed and th say Vending OfEet-r, on I County of Gloucester, cast tirenfy-riyht rotes for Miller My own experience will be a **
_CTillv nmuiuateil : Hiid uj "iJ' this fuirth trial, (the I1Ti j Whereas,
(-ir'thus d|:KV.| Uiercwen- f.* Mr. Yulrt 23 votw ; j wlu"li t4.k1ILace nTuel.iv hu-t, 2 tii ii-.t., f>r Ju\Lc \i i his friends and ) and ( UIHI bv I ant i utxlligtiK-i familiar with jxirliaineiitary hiw. and C 1r Foster llie jiresu'eiit of the joint meeting there i have been two country.

,',rMr. Molliir* ; 1 vte* *. Mid lilaiik 4 vuUii. I of j Jthe Southern Circuit, tliore were jnftiit& ii: the ttlion -lL party was clc-cted by a xotc of I unsurpassed iu Li knoxvleJge! of the usi es of tie! Geacnd -t upon declared that there wa no election. A second I years in the South, two '
.J tiu. rrideiit *.r iw' ami d1artJMr. -*' if -ntitive I I l Aeiiibly fifFlnnda, of which he Las years in the West, two in the East and
% htr uV'It < llvj>rc- tbuty-tiixiiH-mliers, iiim-twii i iof 'Ilie nt offieial: Uct was tho fur' n'ariv third an-1 f.mrtu ballots were at once lui U'ry tU ( 11-' 131 the United !Stalcs ; whom voted fir IX-tviil S. Walk<-r to lie .luli. of at e 'f tlL( rules i.j' till' Li&t .adoption. by' the) Sen--'inj'(I vcjirs In-en a dixtinguicheil meiuUr. He i 14 a rt-rinal the last Iiullot Foster reeciveil thirty-one vote*, and i j one year in the centre of Florida, seven years -

AtW1) proc4cded vith i utlicr; eke- twii'l Circuit ; ittjl 1 xxbertas, on the ) it- I pe.c an.! 1 political irieii'l ofthemntestint.ndlien-dtiiLini, declared the in all and have II
Eli suidthirty-sixth v< j !4't C11t11111S 'If State Oie.-r at VI I- wa by preJtling officer to In- duly elect ] ; not had! more than seven
tta'ir .rJut. j 1115, there were pr -*til iu tins Seuite: fiftt-tai memlNTs ) 2ii, | teil fr I.un oa three firsf ballot*, an.i voted a aii tme eiL Foster comni ioneil l the Executive
j :2"7t 2l), :! 1, tM3. :5 I > wa. *> j
'Tiit"- 'ia mwwment* f UulY *idinj: Officer, j niueofboin voted fir mid AVjilkt-r : 2 ;, o, iul tI on th fiud: billot. 1I j j my case .by no means *.
& i i | to In-Judge i fsaid u; ;: 5, to :t:; : j; t personally unkno\vn t>t I1 [ entered upon the diharge off lie duties of his office.! a rare I ,
wlw Iu. ti.t-u fc r flaTly yean-in Uie Florida I, -gisl.iC( : anil wheroai*. the Niid Vv'aliccr wa thereby llie foregoing exliibits uii me-1 I have never even teen him-mid his tleclr.rati-in! 1 At the instance of Miller, an information mOw reiture |( exception. have seen loss sickness ,.

tan an J iffnvufU ai: stik iuid experiIKt'd Leihitur, wtr( 1 elected by Ui. cmM'.urrcatte vf Uie majority <>f bollii election iiuiile by the General; ferenres involve every alone; i.-ijriiua f.u-e.; c\ideneeof the fact hepn claimeil j (ifa7'"> wrrar. to wa4 flIt! ag-iiiiat Futt r. Miller ,'i during these seven years than I did the seven '

IA tk' AM' iUvrillwut juenti'I), opp itinu HotiMf! of the General A*>s>omUy to !1II the Judije ofCiituit nitnily what the .
remark" they bert- ItIh? re-.irdi- (by the fiecretaru -[ - ,- ; when it was iWilx-nitely recorded by the th* ,, creditable!
or : an nieaniiij on tl>e t-ubject ht: ever been, but ; wjarlfy nfali (rutlfrprl1nut. was duly elected! j I sources I learn that the
II 'in thc Jnunials of Uie General At- i of the I Ith iwelkin of the they prove Out the! j -eretaries of l K-th I Houses ia the among vast
.it' b tli ** W* $ 5th artklef the Ci'nsti- tuner.il( Assembly has preseii'f of f thf rmi i and that die Mi!* l tUnawral A eiuby! iKitidedUu Iix.M uti' id i of tbi. Mite: h1t'rt.fze. uniformly re n'libh.: ui: > relvc-.l. (tl-e Sen.itewm t.-tllpt to Kin tioii the li.et | I Tlie Supreme Court if Xew Jer"ey. bef re wliom the
v, ..i ti.! t-UtiiMi fit Mallury. wlnTfiip-'U )be is ut-Jt I (iunini .)Turt! the Governor I I.e and be i* hereby authorized luizard ofjie.tt dcjiiirtun; fn':u it, at the out ij'.Jeciion, (Ipss.ti.Iit.| nr remark, did he declare hi* proceeding! were had, sa-tainwl the cleetivn of Filter-1: j !as been very little sickness.

Mill.in-tlie saa1 certilicaU' (.t bi election, Uie arid to k. } public iueoiiVfiiicuce. The usage L> tind! i.hid opi>ii III ? lapr/nhfud 't He 3. Climiitc. From
tilt
>ii required uea c.muuiwi- touitl l.if tabli.-bccL! ( n was the who received I thirty-one votes on the itt ballot, audiu I ; September May the
urtii. t'tt i3 m UHfonu of that whicL the Liws j qI'Tmoa id S. Wak! r a.; Jud e ofhjid Uoutheni Circuit.I Hud the of mott'pi!: '( e. the voi'-e, the ixjs't.eut tf the (Si-n nd doing so said ; climate is the most delightful
Thiupsn's diijit. 67)) >rescnU> (..r all I I This -soluti..n! in its order peple Florida, through tin ir (Set icral I t; Assembly'sjintpmiif. And when, the imaginable, amply -
(M p. | j came up < n the 2 of Jan- i AMH-nibly, the ri'ht to Jivh! this on following I Our miiwl are rrui'lc np upon a point which we compensating for
the
cfi nItetid ill tliStati', iiicludiiuj Uiat of member an', (te itie 176 of the Hume journal) and wa in- I deem the jifliriiiitivc of; Uiis uae. fHe } ilay, the Jounut! were read mid opjiortunity* af-! suppose will conclude! Uie question bef>re the court, j jI he one slight debility -*

<'j>tiued. Thi inaks the t1.1 cintina.t 1.'i fof --r argument, and 1 will adxtrt to projuwition it but tiM tear' P.n led for aiiit'ii;
.' tht Nat. d flsti1a t Lt&t Siat&'r. the General Asvmbly to cdlitre to its lIra! p.u to rlmw lirielly. Tin;i' cointit'taiit ->id still: wti.t firth to IIC WIll in as the iWibtrate cii- -sion, have a right to doand und! ), coit-ider awl re- and August. But however warm the days,
attempt that
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t '.,. tlw Journal, (jtucrol A* etuUjllifLcts. 1 Let uo\v luck into tinMii'Hi of IK47. 1 refer to tainly the |ir p e of Florida will! they lpt esurj'ri-e LiI! not.l ut('irtIfl tie i I&It. not <'( the Prt-i-Iiii1; Oflieer. but of the Gctirral, i II (-.n-ier. as often as they thir.k j>ropcr, and it w thc even in summer, the nights are nearly always -

ILtr. :-jTo. iT .t the iiHt.e Journal, p. :30, ti I>!K W that one of tliatUviyV ) I d a.ial e't!'Un- right-a rivrl.t) which other States, } A-M-mblv.: ii.voKe TJie conte-tant' p>feij n, then-fore, doe r> suIt only which Ls done. In this cae, s idi IEI l 1 first acts waJo; Uic rules f the many i not n difference 'f opinion between Ijmst-lf
j ar adpt previous j \\hosecon-titutioii.s cousin joint meeting were in session they had a right to re- 4. Injects
rfliii A-MMiibly, am! v >ry member! f it. j jts I In the lii>t vlvctimi duiin? the sie: jii, ItS iruinv words UK,II tlie tinidenticd of ca5ie in so I ati l tinPrf'ulia O.'IWr only, but'it very unilitinii i conM'Ier! any question wliich had been before them, iI ir j and Vermin. I have never seen ,

: thi llu' : n<>t clvcteJ. f >r tie i L ndeed, in ea h and every one, the rule wa iullured In. ]\i oOn f }141fl'I.( cotitaiiis. Lave subject a ijuorum e.L which Uiat 1 .i is.- tlu't' the Lejdblive and llxccuthc Deportineiita of: I linT vote which they Lad made. They did reconsider |! the Mosquitoes as bad in East Florida, as I

tt j-.IU2 W 1 will pre-H-ntly.1 lulvcrt_ t. Had anv_ *; pce:: 123 will be found Uie voting for a Jude of r j argued( 1:1 effet that ever< exerei-theCou-titntion nis Mare Lave grfH-iy erred I the vote they had first given,and they voted that there 'j have seen them in the cities Charleston and

dtbt txiJ WIUV s.f ds ttant' -ierutia1 aitd I.ti SuuUic-ni Circuit Lancaster rwa-iv u 2'J votes-. i ida J pieKciibea that :i of the meiulvr of Fli r- At l>:ige? 17 anl IS of his anrnnM>i.t. ttf] eonf-fuit''I ) "til'i be n relmllotnig. In this view of the subject;: i Savannah. Sand flies are bad in
amuj-nity leet
1tIc fi.id and it is ut tu be ttpp and thereupon the Iloust iuf.viuedthe Senate (tin. vote the] Ueiien.1 !.ul! i 11 intihuites that the twenty-nine blank \oten mu-t have j we are inclined to believe that there was nothing ile-! inmost some places,

t ikil tli"k' wull 1 have jwoeeedej wiUi the Bwoud. 'J wa* cunetin'ent)) tii.it I UMtihter w.is eiinttstutc: a quorum to do !iiteiu'e. '1 ijwyotify a 'jui Pill (hixt en i-i II.! .ii I.!) lJulIfj11tIflt rnfrd Hunk. He joint sandfiies] are at all troublesome.
/ a.-ks
f''artii Virtually irfiaf
tri wii I : vol '. thereby decLmm; Uw' SeiuVdeclared that a Majority t,1Ae vh'ilf nuini ., el 'ItrcoiiJil be itit'nm *. and that the information cannot be su.-taincd. Those only
thiI ( t Tt L'uie.l I ,
a i': ?'*' S < tL !
n 4ed.oa: La I Uwi mad' by the fiiist Tlic ( I i; drr flecffd 4OIZ* uin-mary to a fhvicr, and that tfi'-n u L'!4 a part! of the )bu. ine.: of the :General; iirf .r. > lie.! | d-d.. lilt, tutu thr'ir initult IW ;fthl.crPUI-JI, thf'j For'!. J. Hut L my impression. Tli'-joint meeting I who allow their hogs to run in their yard

A-, *? were iMnVrating and di.M.-'ssing the question whkli'[j j' and! under their houses, and their dogs tu -

hir. Vi'-rkof Supreaw C.ntrt Treasurer, Conijit''I I- <>f Ue i'refideut, Jind he WE.S |iu tullcd; by n vote iiig a different rule! cievcd its authority. preM.'iil A'(.:r I/u! lqitl. pit rumjuth.u of. x'lrnff j ( i ; ,,( W!as 1 lfore them. The Chairman of the j"i.it meeting, h.-ve: access to their various .

r, Rivislt-r of !I'uli'k' Laiiu Tax AS"M- Tfit At-: j of lo ti 5 the i'l.i.n: pi*ii-edeil, au 1 Luv"a.-ter re- j Now tic f this Ill ii i tht miiwrwl atidfjinil'mr Imp all thf vjrhlofr WM) i< th- mouth-piece of the wWe body, declared I, apartments are -
si itinn
grave j ij
\ >r I HT (L-atTal. MU 1 many tithcr ilSnei, a'ldf ir Judcjebtliu vot'.; iiiin-tiitte> in Micoe-s-ion, aii'i wxrinal- .:hus-*'. Tlie e-cite eiTor- :ir.trrf.Tthe<> fc of miuiifest Kt a >n the n trtxiif l
LD 4Lurrt1J' ; ail the Jeaeral ASM-UI-1 Iv fltn-teJ by a vi.te of UJrly, l living a majority cf all i i al l As-HemMy to elect a UnirH States; jiower Senator tinGener. the- that fllfiirf ffiff* (u1i./3-" .( Piige IS.) ; and) it i* so fluted on their minutes. They then: i j bed! bugs but those who are indifferent! 10 the

U0ltb n f uiiur with the proceedia'j consequent 11 tlie niemliers eWt-.(See jw.'e 121 t-i 1"1.) j Coiictituti-ju nfthe State vLcieas, it is derived tlirectly t- I am enabled, by informRtion quite reliable to ;r.nj j I proceeded to ballot a. ain f.or the clerk. I do not s.-. i j annoyance, or who make little or no effort
;
u.i itidiiW'.iiiniatid hi>. a uuifonn prartoee v hich j 111" rule was uah nf-i ias-od dutiii thc tame P c-- 1 from Ujat! of the United States which w<-r tic contestant's interrogatory, and to infirm him fiow tIii- court can interfere to prevent their so dobi:r. toe rid themselves of them.

Lii-ui.tr u &ii i taiKH been departed from ; U'l, i.iu in Uie eleclit'if a lti.'ittrif Public) Lruid-.----(S >e |11ej tlut Sciitts: ahull lie elected tlie prescribes [ up r11 thlfiat.| The twenty-nine blank voters mliiiV j hold our proceedings under revision during the 5. Churches.
J.4.i ii
by it-i.ea of j There
j.Mr I mi tlli i'tucsiwitaiiied au uuusuiulv lar ; iiiruUT'iumca UIH j->u.iml. ji. 1JU.* > Mr. H'igue ri.iivi.l, on t the .States arid tlu.t the! LeL'L.turc ilo1 ,i ? .1 to defeat lulL I must relieve this half of the! i term ; and we do nt know that we can withhold tlw are two kinds of Meth- -
?
: familur with the details of I'lurlJall I ballot 29 votio ; wbrreujxiri tLc llmi 1 toi.l: a ree- I. for theai.-clv.-s Uie ( ," pr -crihe j i General .\csraibly fri-m anv lgg<-t > l i.f steh! euljui- j ame rLrlit from them. I think that there Lino groun-l'j | odists( here : the Episcopal, and Protestants ; .
tin' Kti-l I

"t.ti'.ti'r"
"jifurf cf
It II&IIfle they* IIIIIU conveneil iu joint b.llot: the i f'IIiw- I holding such eIectiIx1s. J iw. the IxiLiture i-f Fl Me iidilfi-rence.; lliey loaf choice, they voted! ; tl.ev for the inrmnativin, j I i and' three kind of Uaptist! the Hardshell, Missionary

I 1: tit: trrity-ahn- iacrs wh-i xt -l blaut beeu'Trl itic\ rcfS'tlutiotii xvt-re sent by theI House I t<, t1Seiute : i' di, ui: ier lhi! cLiuie of the Con-titution .-ridu! hIlt vote for contestant Tliey exjiresseil n .t assent 44 ItusscIL J_ concurred.'* and New Lights.
1
< ai'itL: ir ato'rt iwrti-ipatin-r b the -W- 1. Jffmffrni, A* thc sense of thbA II.ui', !I. it, when, j 1 1'jss not only th<* right but i* bound in srt. ,1'i MX- 4,1 I but di-isetit! ; anj they exjire .sed it i ia the mil v i The remaikable rt-semblance) between this ease and 0. Schools. While have

T i. i t.tL' tin-tr v.a hut a (jti' runi jir %*eut, and UKS at-tT tie ei'U-lituti('n of this Sute rel1tIirci a nicunvnt vote FciiUi the Of duty jnv- m.tII4r io thi-ir pr.vor, there l,,eing then no other i the contestant* is rendered still more striking by Uief we more dancing-
manner fleeting a Unitetl Stats Sciritor thuio ... ,..
l-iirit of t.'k' Htlu-r twentyri.fa len mn' f/r ri yv.e.e t"> v U>% }j wtrII
this
nil ''JTJ. or I" tfiif.jituthe prewaiee of utitrt.t tnemlK-n2. i 'requires a j.'intilrc.t f IxiUi H of tbe (;icueml 1 j ercised or fulfilled if Ue C.institution rhrf.t duty die ein: be < i- j p-w-ition. Tljey kntw that he hid to rweive thirty 1 New Jersey prescribing a quorum, te, are identical i in i few teachers hpre. Tliere is a great demand

vj vw'i lint u th.'y ere j>rei eut, Uitai the nfltC*Acznbry{ thai. a!id iu MieJi an ev'-'it, there t-bould be j the i.i-miu-r, ia advatve ? A of State dtj I j V i oUniiirus tf#, a majority of>dl! the ruemb'rf the Ixt'UIaj j laiuruage. $j i in Florida for the services of young men who

,tdiJ u it t Kt a luaj'trily 4,1 th9ic pr eaL Hut the !j ;a majority of '/ those who! are qualified ui S-nat ii !-I a power totl.ftroy : an-1! if the State jiower Constitute to iehuutui; t. tlie elettT-iL Thy knew Uwt LLs uee r** de-1 j There are otl>t-r p-'iut of contestant's claim which'v,' ill engage.themselves as teachers, either in

''vraih-uim ulauk vnter ere jweFtuit a the j .aiTi1 1 Ic ;and Representatives to c-nnstitute a choice, leaving: can to cirt-m.iscrib' j ponded upon bis "wn btretigtli, and not up"ii their are npparetit at a glance and which I refrain from i families
n'-s'irne < n control dltv j private or common schools.
{IPVV: Tkev HiJ vot<-. aaJ they did nut vote f-r Mr. i ii out "f the number auiv that may have died, reiied. of hit -gi-hitisre jmwvr derived
L.ce. TVv Ji-airuted frum him. nnJ call neither be 1 j or obtained leave of ufweuee fir the buLuiee of the *- 1cdctl Coti-tittition,, it Irom and itujweeJ by U*: J f\\r him were a,aii>t l.ia And! I M ill here >jy that j! brief and! sticcinet ns possible. such, in the old! States are doing little or

if.jO'MZ ("T hiru, nur us aweniiii'j txj Li* -ieetioa. i i.in. I' J1 Srat, (may Tifr11 abrogate it. l.utiu til a ree ilutiou !litcn iatroduced after tIii'i first vote, ; Florida lias, by the unanimous vIiiM. *fW j nothing, who might here command respectable

Tuor w,ua .t a rule of aaseut, but of dissent, wid Uie j I 2. JltoliJ, A* the further Feii c of this House, elf (if 1wv S.-nairfroza ft/o' lath, .iti'tr, *c1o ihgi11,, 1.1e t1.ciflJshk Jii':,. 'j ehirItg. tbe c< ruld liotluive been t ure, IrcflIM fII herself the manner of Tegi.ihir : waged.e .

luaki4 tlicrcur\ no nthtar persxai in Tiosunatiou, that, when the constitution or the law requires joint It ia1re1JdcrIIt.f, fr iiz iir anvleaeli e1 Si'iuxtr PI.M-! it could hilt have utxivcd more votes than S euattIni. I1tC1 thi nnwncr she has in no IJ.t7- | Permit ms now to offer a few
; suggestions
*4stli''ir nu' zui' ouly m'"au' .f exprtasaing di cut j vole of f the GeiienJ; Aw-einblv, then, and 1:1 that tvnt, FLare out vofr.-Att( I, SIC. : (ouit. ti. S the ci.ntotaut received. i d eparted sInce the (IIfaflZleUtIIl If her Government.-T': to those who intend
to Florida.
AwtL( Jiloiiuua vrhieh, lhi j .4ii'ia Mtma to involve, : a inaj'.iily of a quorum of those Siiiatoi a.isl i IJrpreje 7li,. ) I It was a season .f treat politi.1 excitement Par- [ She send* to the Federal counsels a Senator elected in moving ;
Ij4C
(, jlae#*, '11'! !
t thix u. nl'. iu e q-aciram. Uie blank voters must 1 I. eeutalivMi who have oualifcd only ii iieeef
rnarded; ; asMut, ; tAIuhJttiu the le-linu, tbev tuu*t I!| clm; v. leaving out <>f the computiti: any that maya tacit State b'tI.. .e tut JrevrhI I! jig. j i-e\eu Whigs and thirty-one Democrat in till General action of her Legislative and Executive depart-i w inter, the earlier the better ; you will be "

i I'' r.-rurJi-j :..- ahwiit-bi which event the clottimn I lave died, resigned or obtained leae of absence for ,, at aiHj fiaiui,Lgiturct/aireof t, ii', iivik nt'r iurli 1uCon2r j Aoembly ; and < f the entire bod.% I had never even, mcnts ; iuid to exclude! froia his scut in the federal i the more acclimated and the bettet prepared p
or
inlj UMU liy a uuwim tu tIt' til'jcf to start the
tii lAint vii'i-f uwicJ juiiv pcett4'rt-hfr id Oa tiw question: f concur in these refnlutions the (Art.i ,1 fsctjit, S.--. 4 ct, Gntst. U.) S. cf flLjuxtiiij Sitiutum? \! runt made e\cry proper crorti'ni to concentrate the'1'' to be her Senator,and to assign that seat to (II opening summer. Use temperj' -: .
ttt. t iken nri whatever des.iu1wiLer ; ) 'I Dcmoeratic him wliorn she lu dechiretl is not her Senator, wouM 1 be ance, exercise, and total abstinence from all -
part absent yeas and nays were caUed, HIM! were yab 3, IBIV 18;t, Has it ewr K-cn uenii-J tliat the p-irty niion ; and is-f.re the voting jn(I
t"r (itwut-tL.! eniVsUut coul-l nut have been <-lct- iiuJ the Senate refu.-eJ to concur. Or, in other words the \ of fleet power iu to prescrln St.ie* j i the l, (! ienil A.--emLy! was Ix-guii, it xvm accurately an attempt II i |>rescril>e for her forms of proceedings. 'atoxicating drinks, and you will have noth-

w j.. triity-:jioe vote*. Un-k-r IHI cii'cuuuiuucesmid j the u-age governing ekeith. nas ostablL'hej, and the Senators tiiiirjJorfaav\m the several tnnnnir States is vested j United j j ascertained, tlat: tincontcftant could get but twenty- i in matters over which lie is sovereign, and thc aui, i ing to fear from the climate or any local cause
: by the Fed.rnl I '
Le iiav.wea! thus elected. IIuiunt I nine votes and it conceded 1 rog-atiuii' of a great coustitutioitil right ,
lave tu V.I j Serutc would huucii-ni no viiIo'ntjIlIL C m-titution in the 1triLItun'-! thereof hits it i ; wa. by men of nil parties, I of sickness.

hi, owu tn'u'Ji. au ThY! jI- the 3l. Oc tlw t-umc day, (: (iUi IJemWr) 1M7, see Sen- IIOdU >. l tfi.it this tfer i j I If tluit without a vote of thirty he could net lie elieteilj S. K. iULLORT. *2 If
"' tli : fup| e IMI\Ver was derived ruii. tLc you belong to the Church be ta
> They % hi were not f'jrhim were aai tri ijt*- Journal 1S47, p. 1 fl'I. ) the IIlItl'4i ZIIUI! went int ij Ciini.titutifIu4 (, the Stales ? I I Tlu fiu gft4iou that nay forty iu Fiori-la was it.d'if- sure 't*

ilK.Hie j j.iut BCfcMini, to vot<- fir Kf Piiblk b.ns and I maintain! ; that the I isLitun-s of Uie Ptntt's \frut as to whether the" contestant would or would i I Broiled Owl Story.It j obtain from your Pastor, before leaving, the *
e
tM: C.m ututiiia of H'rila ad. i, f 6, provides | Clerk of the Supicuie Court. Tlie Piefidcnt of the the r iwer without referenti to thc State CuKi'ulinn. oxercise -- ,! not be -k-tcd. or tliat the blank votes ia the seems shat the law in New York only'' certificate ot" your membership. Some get *

4.tLj4)rity; biTtinThi of ea'-h Il'iaa' ,'ull eoustitute a { Congress-nly. ;i lurelui1 j noehi'ieo. lietwteii hiinelf and others, will I allows part.idgesand quaiU to be sold, eaten !| themselves out of the Church by this neglect.
%
.1 : : iu tlw i-trike tie! ic ple throughout the State with /
uiaj irity Senate .
tAjt4 tif h a* Mr. 1hi'gt.lei1 on x-cstA-rdav rccie l a majority | and a controlling jK wcr to be excreineil by law.- f some surc I r held in possession in any way, from son net' Many who were orderly and respectable
msi'tvreuty-mie ; wi dall' th intinlifr lie Jrufrul A jr.dJq I be' 1n 1-e; aud the cunter-tant will doubtlc Concur with) i '
uj < aualifnl of : j And 1 maintain, fort hen hint if the I members ?
{ nore, C'nutitutionnfu"
: uiut IKat l la t thiitv pre ent to coti ;iiitt; ] wa* duly ilw-ttj Clerk i.fthie Suj.reine Court 'TI J Florida htyI\ dwlnnil in r' ue iii the conviction, that if he fluiU gain LLi seat, it[ I i time in October until January. Yet the re before they came here, are now to \

umirum. li tinMUtetajiJ, tlI4-re're, be eli-eteJ lie '; dm. in was iiumedi.itely, appealed from, aud reversed lature tlwHild e'ect Uie United s.o numy States wor.ls Senators that the in Le-i-- R' lie "ia ,juk"hr; the G knerzii! A.mb'.y% ami) the: I are certain persons who defy the law, and'i' 'be found on the Sabbath day driving their

**i i l leJ by a vote of Uie tniinirlty of the tueuiben-i by K vote itf",0 to 21and t1t; (;Umral AiMfiably proJU $ keilJ SlU r, tn, r ,iacr, eiidi etteLirg.tinia anvlia ilkifutiveof his State; and that if the General Ass', the lards under the name of owls." j I lumber carts, carrying their guns, cow whips,

"nMt.attl- auiimirity i ia'ra.u! of the e ( u wliich did hut design! d-t.
uuunrity certifi.'d majority to
t'i tlwWti | wmt tinGcner.il Ast
4.l i 1M.twJ a iiiiiMity whiehui} !> rcwived the firt-t OH kctcd Here bv uitiu a volef jt will:SO.Ixse
iKimAn ttt! tI i LiII VkCWd the om.tettaut from Iii:In.l1ia44Th.er lilY would uot riu'ictioii t-o Iiht an iiiiiovutioti UK mto tie flwifl ii hIlt )iiLUItJett ijet. that tb cieu'e 'f the }'etlerl I }'hurida will never K lieve was (1lIfl(. 'I met accidentally, "with a view to a few._ j 4 where el e-"the one thing needful."-

j devolve; tbe election ujton a nmj'irity of all thf iit"ll. CPtit.UtVil( lifc-irn-s inoperative, iunl! that its llu> Florida an ot.ihlLJied! u. age jjfivcrnin th<' e- j J Just as they were abont inning the necessary !i'These thoughts are suggested by on who h"
eontr
(1t ) t''e4 iti d'-oLiriii tliat llire wa no ; Urn 'jualififj, but maiMUiiui-d it. ube requiring a ncii'lrity I j .iwer over the a lections j in her General Asoonihlv.! tiivt l wa. th< ek'-! orders a gentleman from Tarrytown stepped i in.j j i 1 himself Ax EMtiaAr.
t1i tkda'atitja: tu the ( f I I.eaa'I of all the nicm1T.hst Mr. Ilo. iie wa-i fiialcu1 tiv j >n i i'l quwtion in cordnnee with that uti! e ? Had j jtha '
St-{<* ialx>!ifbetl if the State Cu m.iyprewrilje 11 He was hungry, too; and hearing Tom, Dick,
erJ a the .. nf tije G ly elected byaxiite I' and Harry each call for a 'broiled owl he Enm-sellm .
I think
qietiiu such usat'l} that the affirmative of these ,
ruretI hi
ra TLAIi if LuriJuj .
; LUg went iuUi the t-k-ctum (if lic irU-r <' Public ? The Constitution 4'f 1'ljii'J.i its PrP
tertJ : lu ; li vtu dehb.raL.lyand I li 'ard, win of the U'iniiiie re<-<-ived 2'9> i"4s s niue lie amended by the LejriaLiture by own and if provisions tU doe, miti.Mis cannot Im denied (!1 thought he'd try "owl." Owls were plenty about Marshel Tukey furnishes the City Council, '*
thI:4lrIat may ;
Amb) ad it I1I. b4111.C 4P( Tal tliiH.'X in Uw Hssi'in, tlw General AsscinWy d Va tuuj k wimJerd rtgartlcd as i cadi that there 1 lwtJ.ni.. See Senatebly j eral C upou wait u uf : the; right t<> prescribe the! time, and oft a upon of Rumselling -
je (ieiHnl Aiezi1 '. place manner I
Journal ITti. x-oU-d fif-
ti4t ,, j 1647. pa"**, K tit ) Ha iujj I er over the flection of Senators. i) some and pocket the cash for 'em." ,
4Jfl the ; hat in UR f-cc f tliis i I that tk Scuate of the lTuir () d 17C Uie elan-c reaerving to Congress the power to alttr suebi The owls were served ; delicious young p1 n- -
,
Stki ib4J k.d. u *auie ::} (see pa ;e ) IhlIuLg T Lit- tuLr..t; ; ill II.giIitII1e t1'tttnieti.ni (If i'lrr "f it.'e chin menca I
tktt the W11)Ut t lt.e olutioa i reguhitions was -igi'r'iusly nttaek and p1iscd.-- feathered partridges hot-on buttered toast -
;
Jwr..oii v-w prewnted iu the Houne, rrhitirc to thuvijte 1111Ji tAt it aizid it ii; not a little ritiitikuljh f I -
; f
tar A-ktS W! depajtment of bU; SLiieWT ** Jit it TffJenlky tfir SttaJr tn-1 IfoatC nf Jltprn''tiiatii thtt Ot... &h1UC5) of I'leiija CuotitutaoU ,' The (ibjecti r were jealou (.f this jyiwer. They wan-1' j I ]I need not tell you, Louis, that they were eni"ijoyetl. ?-The whole number-of place where mtoTicatin!* ;

II1uu Sthatr' ilj !Hlt s<>''uit"r J ">J that l the ( >e oj J'loriiii i-. (itiirrol Afi Mtj cvmtnird, vhidt Ihe .iietnnt relicsJ eid, ted tlie legislature supreme in the matter. fly Pat- : Tho i 1Iq.Iri are *>M. nnd the want in which they are aolJ- .

'tat.ir.A thcy kve "rlually dec-lireil ut to beS T\-t\ In it,..i-\t\ t!.ni liii \-tv 11%' the (!.iiiral Asseiitb''I.V! Jiuitf ,nfiull cimttitit'e do ranjoritj lulnrui vJ''tut j rick Henry in the cunvciitiori of VinrinLi, nnd b iv oth-: J j Tarrytown gentleman was in !]' 1. I find tli; uuuibfr of pLices to b4 15,00, ajem
a iT'tontni to aSMuller [ i ecstacies. A few weeks afterward he called {
< en iu the conventi'in* of Xfnth Caroliiui and Misar' IflOW -
ujimi jiiiijt lalli-t, f'ir a lgiter of Public Land') of tiuiiJirr : -
tlhb Lf k1'"W the tag ,f Florida ujxiik Uiie State, Joliti licard uud ward Houston liavInell u coirfjiel thr itltndnnce limy aJkrnrM from dty member In d
lilv *lVetiub" of vfhierb !by! Uie General 1 1i tlie only cjiudidatcff, itlidtLe Hiiid John licjird luiv-j: r i j j t/iay titain"! ,' uud uiid r sur/tpfMutif offotent* earh JJ*,,.uv sue \}t |k\rcr by Conirrcss might be subversive the sovcrei -J' ]landlord aside, said to him, "How about those i I. . . .. 535 VIIL. ... ... ... .07 -4. .-

ti this i in,? received 2t> votes, and the Raid Kdward Houston j jrcr.Fw '" viIi the Iuig one4 a Lucia< I1'iaii way i'uty of thc St".tca. They wished the State lepMa-:L Lures 4owU'P' I have had two of the largest and fat-,: .II . . . .88 IX. .. .. ... .. .. .26 I
Wei"n "f 1 General I ; succce < t t'i )liave the sole lint the friend f thc'' in .. . ... .
i&u ILf.a Assembly of Flor&us ouly 24 x'oU-M, the Hai 1 John Heard w duly fleeted ; I j' determine the rnh it j jviwer. f .1-0.! x. ... in j-
tlat f mm jirorrrdiiif*. est cooked at home
may rno'- I ever saw and
I 1FaiuZl'tw; vi W State G.iveniment, and hULl tie result oftheenid voting, nnd a copy of' ih iit leharior and tc'ith) Cnstitutioii maiutniiied that xvitJiout such power i iu] i you they j-- ; iJjf l* .. ? 6T '

WSla; '| !? "? gUV.rU41h tic Stat n u$aeUU thin resolution, be fumitJiwl to Hi* Kxcclleney the Governor. ; | roittfut Memlifrsfar vf tiro-third tlimrarrfy*, fjftui a vtttniter, but, HtA the the < C ,igrrs, a State might: IK nt times unrepresented j were so .all-fired toogh that nobody could eat v. . 24-, x11. .. .. .. .. .05 ; -,4.;

< ? ln "" iistoiK-e d.-jirirf: -\va etal>- ." Tie yean and nax$ vcrc called. awl sto.nl I 8 *' thf. and they cited the ;eeni-m* of th! invasion, cf or th ici'eml"! The landlord "took" at once. "My VI. . . ... .3GJ -
1frnti-14, !f "ttf'f * Wnl *lAl 'Htl. Ujl'J"u"wl 1 of UK.fii tiM NiNi of tlw for, &nd( 7.n iuu-t it but Tulmr, v h:i of the government of a State.7!] ,dear sir, how long did you kcrp your fowlsj VII 2 5i Total; .. .. .150O.Q. o.

'tptgc "UtflLI.V, '"i the 2d?: June ] 845, following ilay, lt'ktM1 !leave to mall bis vote, protecting nitcdjuta the Constitutions of UiirUtn ditfercnt State \'They did not admit, DIr wait it scpp>sed that tlii|j j after they were killed ?r' "Oh, I had .-By whom .they are fold, and if foreigners, of. -

V" llcrt"" :t *iy be wii that up.ni| the atN j that he had votetlrronf Uiu Uiiimi nt least, and in of them IiLtV* t ljH wer would ever be cidlej] iiit>t being: by any | '" what nation ; and also if they are Mild by men or- ;
: no one !
>Df J4eo Circ-uit (UnJ4n'lt'Hi wa$ never taken tiji in thc HOUMand was lor-t ; these claurea IXKJII und<>rst Mi contrnl ; women, cellars or above ground
<
th hud SimUi.) Aud.Tvui, 4'n'' no 1ttip.tct i of Iimds was cli-etcd. TJK- General Assembly scribe tlio of the to the or Il(4t3oI circitm-' !j Unit finoe the organization of our povoninieut IK) it the landlord. "An owl, in order to be right' A.-Amerieem. _. .. ..: .: ... .49O ,

Ieea:. Ti /teiu'<1 tt 'ty-twovute of fifl v-two nu
tPttneflIbctL enj AbemU U eu k ..ibt lof fiflj- t o s.IiitflIt, Delaware, North Carolina, Connecticut, and 1 proves their p-cut j >liticd (Ire'-abt. until he drops to the ground, then he is IrL-h. . ... .. .. .. . ... .000In :

TI. TIM next iufw-ioii oommenwd on the 27th November, IVjiuHvlvuui.-i, luneUiee ch.us w Li laiigai kloutical I. The 5th Mt-tion of the 1st article of the Cotistitution -. condition do know sir lift cellars. . .. .. . .. 1,374
cooking Why
otPr: in making Uie Senate the of the you ,
thereipu 4'' judge election <>fiU Above ground. .. .. ..i..1,1(HI
: 184H. A United Slat** S uatorwan to INclM 411, i or ii-.irly so, with those of Florida; gull! yet ihe,
e i memlier) *. lui* wmferredi ft that the bird Munich ate at house l had
Lr$4.rn bein; itflHh.diat4.ly made XiK own tipon no unliaiitedor : you my 3.helc.14 | Females .. .. .. .12CQ.
4L&XUJ.nty (mid 1 refer to ?Sen.it J<*umnl, 1M6 pn to bhow j States louPe each regulated tlw manner <>f <'le iug I .
.f ii1 Uiruieiiibcr eI..ctw.amM.M1Lary, under :_. boinidlein prerogative. It may judge, but I nppr f- been hanging by one feather for four weeks tin .-How places called Oyster Saloons .
I hi' tittion of the Irencnd A# cmbly it* usajja i their Stiat 61 .*!* ?' 4e1ratt4 tad tlim-upi.il thev a1 1 I bend iuju-lgmciit must be guLfcd. if not wmtmlletl.[ I Iby before he fell !3" Tho last time lee-Cream tialoons. furnish strong drink i
iu I
Mr.
1p4 : At and eirIy iLiv IVx-mlier 8, Avery, the Senj j mj i"v *uj UahfUOH1'II tbe following I thc rifjht legislature ti detcnniue C-r itstUl .ii.-Oysters and Ice Cream Saloon .. ... ._. :
.65
.4ut4o *
; wit 1 ttte, Jiltr-Hluied Uie following! res>ilutinn : Hmotrrd lect Irefi-r tn Clny's Ii.4.ftlw i..aw of ALL, the gentleman from Tarrytown he told .
JocJ, That a iirnjirit/; qill p. 1 1U how, when, and where the election of Scimlitrs sludll me, as Bowling Alley*. .. .. .; ... . .90 ,,
tFIyM the tlnuife and Jfausr of Jtrn rtrnlatirft in G'rnfraJ 63 ; Dig. (' the Laws of Delaware', 1 tt.5 kteVLlIeSUIt. ;.ii -
qJ ; in the of
; rt ewPtpo.r4g tl-'lieo JJUUS ()j 1aIP j p. l he decided. The Constitution conferring thi* right i is a secret preparation game, that he Buildings fiir the same. .. . .. .. .14 -
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qlI4.y7 A4IPUUv. i AemUi}tonrenrd. Hat the United State* Senator, to j ji N. ( aruhitin, vol. 1, p :;s9; l'eri.wtl Stat. COILl 11
for its
*IatI 1 'secr.tr31 k qklertiue di lie elected the imt skill lie I Ii a guaranty preservation to the States. The invariably hung his "owls' now Q.-Ilow many keep open en the Sabbath, day or s
IuJ.4 i at pref tit Mt> elcvteil by 161t'. p 3O ; Iig. Laws of Pitinyiviutui. by ?. it
: tjjt bd Journal J of Florida not only consistent with but is i in
aain ,
-ee | usfige evening! .
i Iia the wjueurrait vote both H >usnf tlw GetK-ral AK'liiulv *- a El. ftSH ; American ( OiItjtutilifl3.! El. 184IIIges ,It a

and Unit a mnjoi ity of u quorum of buth 11hliall ,tj- 115, 127, 1:;(), 1431 185. 207.216, 22': ?. 245, perfect haFni'rtiy* aid admitting with the that gcni-o the of Senate oar republican institution ADVEBTISIXG, Let advertisers read Lbs JL- Open Mi the Sabbath . . ; ... ...979Q. ,

pexerally a(1idA'I Um retir ca be sufTieient to e!<<-L"Tliis 202. 277, 2'J2, C07, $19, 337, 353, 072, 384, S'Ji>, 410, ; established this may the reversethe following. It speaks for itself .-How many places sell only intoxicating drinks, 1
i'iI. OW sulyect iLiturt :
2lUiI
jittf by Legi
7fl (Ifl wait fulopt4t by thee Senate niwl Hilt to the 417. 452. usage Upon *- and how manif grocery utore* keep them for sale i ; s

*. 4 I firocoed wiUi thel *-tion of H K< I1JU4t ; and the 11PUe.t returued it lilt the follow hig 11 e. Constitution jVrkiimns requires two-third! of of a State-a usage which devolve the election ExoR3iors OUTLAY FOR ADVERTISING.ir A.-Groceries ;. .. .. .. .. . .. ...46'

:. '* Tut 1.Juth Ifltc btiig l ef n-e Uit-m ; and nhi.4ltge : the members fleet to cumjmse fa quorum to do bu.iIlCM Senator* upon a majority of the electors- Townsend the Sareaparilla man, says that 1 his Other places. .. . .. .. .. .. .1,031
an ta votes ilr. Smith TCCiVrlAAtaPOt4 rihie_ iii) ground for such au iuterfcreucc.I .
7/0*, Jretidtt of tf>f 'I4.yle t, but, like Florid.), !her IecteLti\ regulation devolve books exhibit an outlay for advertising in the Q.-How' many of u hat are considered our tirsfi
have eii show that the
late
aeh time dcvhux-d not leavored4 General
bcinjj Ivitel hay
claw bar
t SIB: lli House has coucuiTeil in ?enat resolutionreLith the election of United States Senator of five open for the Sale cf uitoikatinif
1 elected Imally by n yot of thirty. upnamajority Assembly of Florida, in the election ota United Stat e IiSnatr course veara, in thd various papers of drinks j(

th Uirchh'ild cf State (loveninwait, Florida ef> the mode of electing a United SUeteiatt'r. Sent ; of all the members of the LegWature. waa governed by a usage well established iu idunlt1rdANd the United Stalds-8800,000! Ho for '.-All except fouriv :
'with the tajs;
The that
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the
t 11** hei>elf ber following nnicaduicnts! strikeout the 1)ftIjfleitiOI' Floridn -jislature mnyr' '; a which I .
nsae mcmlier
Uiis ; of
nnou ujNthlcef.1 t every that six months he cni
twaje off all his advertisements Q.-.Also.to s information
word C(11IIUIT'U1 nndiiiM-rt Joint strike out the words hfully re crilje for itM-Jf Urn time and any ie ,
to the I ; j phtcc rnnnuer ) Iii may propose
&arn Bcbiowledgeil
II body acts, sustained
journal, from 128 to Nit by thaiUie
) iu Lin
:u&1
tl I il1 te atj that thu 1incip 'wK atflwrM I to 4 a majority of a piorm of both Iloiur,' and i*serf of eKH-Ung United States Senator*-thatiu |i"*- "General Assembly designed.to elect, and cUd; elect to see if his medicines would not go on ii icirHe a crime* and opinion u calculated to cheek the progress of '

thectio The &U tit tntmlfert elfcted to the General AtetnU e r to do o M derived directly (ruin the Fetleral Constitution n Stnator iu conformity therewith and that the merits, just as.well as by adverttsin intemperance, whereby our taxes we great* f 'e41
Gth4nh1McznL1y rvotr.v \; enteIUt' in- ly .iiK-reHSwl and the
a Jatige ottbe IH the amwidnicnt the bemt nt (lfle wmcurred.Here and cuinbt be circumscribed or controlled by be attained lost it sales reputation of the city injured I -'
Middle cireuit, but (Th eucccs can only ly disregarding 8300,000 by ; dwindled right down A.- Execute the law.TheN. .
kuag* wu* unotlxT.aml u most poiK-lusirb determinatlm : the State Cotft'titutiIlft-are eo clear! to miuil! that of the "
> Geiietal
cli
my. to 1
Awembly.) ta, candiJat.e tight "L-yiglnlurt. *we a Scruitor, to nothing, for his competitors I him :
OUUtutj4m1 evinced to abUjt* by tlm titage first adopted, aud I am attempted, Imneftly, to nJMiliigi f"r arguing seeing Yi
'nority, that i a iajority ainlbvtrdnsfering that right to the Federal Senate. Tribune speaks for the rir> Mof
( and it will l b theiaatalL 1 will drop off; went on advertising heavily and 't
runt 8t-ciitoo not
departed
t1aw wn t1edin. never ; e tliat thwrcMJution attempt to' follow thor a rgumcut Ixiill.now endeavor to show, not because I deem his Qf
: tIra1 .% was nut deinrd to alter the of Uic coutettuit these the start of him: fer services; should the IVIarsL-iU r.
orta advertseverally
wmlIly liiXL couvened in tic .llow. mage generally upui jioiiiU, it JM.ntuil; but fmtn aKaudimt:cauti-in, Uiat, aiuy n- got ,. wo out

1hlam4 in\1ii s..iy fim c% )T the 1I'.u* hut 4)Dly ha it regarded the election of Senator .J to bis auUioritie lug the ntotojits pwlii tobeJorrcet, vLji that of a situation, for, says Greeley; a '

!$ -x w,TU, the Action of a 9j4al rty refer to parje 't s 49, and 50. to slww the vnte for I Jnitlng- I am unable K> cive that Congrs In .approver-- ? lIe ritii'r;f the Why are lovers' sighs like long stockings ? can state the whole case in the fewest rnnn 'wt- .'I

te J Stalfsfevuatof, audit will U rten that after the C.'Uttitutioa of Florida-a Cwubtitutiou ma-Je ia bodi wftfnt to ccct? )he i is ml tutltlej: to the ecat Because thef are high ho'a. id iuvaluablo on a nexvspaper." vorci :


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I 1 1 \"t : Letter from Governor CalL fnilTtona of ereeatnrs of that win, and while claim R i| the North and- the South," much less so deeply- wounded "The Natural Allies." T ,

\ 1u Jcio all l the advantage* of inheritance let nadir the protection of'D.rise three column* m behalf of the allies--f cts"as he&
Irflibd I S1. our us.
1 language of Gen.Call On the think thelAtcon3ici"
contrary, we candid of hisown :, Dtr.
it with fidel them, but which the intelligent and even
4' lart to im-uuon the Providence,try,at Imst to execute p. ni.,
r.fU ML Cairo I emitted to
my
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:- l has demonstrated the of the The
ttrenjftb little else than steamship
reader will fail toset down as Evrop
And not
Sutoe of Gen. Jack* n. to me. one cf the it y. Lit n* discard all party coawdtTations, connection 't jn
)Eqacj nt interesting ri n object*, ntn at :akhington. I was *, all party promise*, hope of party reward.et .- 1 Union, and its ability to whlistand greater shucks then mere coloring. In his very best case- the late election yesterday, short of coal Ifer Ilaiitaz

:: tonwiliidg to put it in a grMp *hb other intending L us rally North an.l South, Whig* and Democrat, SATURDAY DECE2IBER 27, .1351. those it has rtu-kt4-and we are somewhat surprised b renosylvaou, fa wLich h says there was "no coalition. to the Cth instant, and exhibit 5CCOCtj .

I' .: la place it a* a wngle lijnire 441 a .

the tieltt and actually S
democratic Sidle
on rtyvlar ,
.;l ; vet nafinih d. lie .vera1 part bcinz cat separately nothing but our country. Mr. Mallcry's Reply. it does ootu yet appear that half of the Whig ilt aid live xttrr week, 39.000 bales, of which r
and in the brought to abolition ttrenffth of
.. have not teen put tojeUier : and 1 wac indrbted But, *Sr, where do we now t great current zp-j
yet
: 4 to the p-Jiu-nea of the acownp'.Wicd ortirt, Mr. ( human events t We hate just cn *rd the angry I We publish to-day Mr. Mallory's reply to party in the present Congress are waling to sustain P eisytrizithi. Our neighbor must have a poor opinion 9,000 and exporters, 1,000.

: Mill, by whom it w-a derived and b now cotiktruc- fiooil, a sea of trouble* and danger Our Union .Mr. Yulce in the matter of the contested |j the fugitive law, yet it gives us the most mbiXiDded of Ids readers if h*thinks he can deceive even them the Cth was moderate, at the "

; : tin?,for the favorable oppjirtonity; I had of examining h.->* been saved, bat rarely saved, by a raioa of the; pleasure to be able to assure the country that there with his pceau* over the natural allies lie oomplaio tations :-Fair Orleans 6id.\lw
: and the and unkrdnta this State. We take i *- of our endeavoring to "lull" the whig party into the
whigs patriotic Senatorship/rom
dtmneratby no part
: it. well for hi* interesting exjJanat* of h. ItH j Fair
a* as |ore Democrats enough to Congress to sustain that Uplands 5}
1 1IXxigU belief others ; Jliddling
that the Northern reliable fljj
intended rtind the wire i ia the north c ; Fillmore, Clay, Wtbrter, Manjum, Cass, whigs are "a* as SL
to on 'L ia the doubt the
open having no that *
controversy, j 1 measure and thus keep tha UrJ "saved without -that by and by advocate into were pressing their stocks tie'
: frfwt uf the PrtsHent b ufce ; and our patriotic Chief *, Iickinn, Fwte,Kinc.and others, to whom r. n we may going on market
Magistrate, with his claw taste, i ia conking the ground their country owea lasting debt (f gratitude. And Senate will decide the case upon iu merits the aid of any Whig, North or South, and without theca with them 1 Well,"if the whig* of Florida consequence of the exciting French & *

: to belayed off and decorated sppn'priatdy for it* recvption' while that Union is yet bleeding with the deep wounds', alone.j ai dofan'rothe tofree-oiT renegades from the Democratic n tell us any better reason for going into convention Flour has advanced sixpence. Corn *T
..- received in the latec/niflict b *ween thi North and the with the two Van Burens, Wflmot, Chase P-t. Ham- ha
When npleted H rill be perhaps one of i | > adfanced **"
or -
?
so
ranks. There not than from ahp nee. -
are probably
r more Tin, 1t than with Seward and Greelv should like -
and will South whilcjt tiD requires the undivided rnpport of the i we
the fiucrt of the art, reflect high 1 of Hr. .
specimen j Hesitation Clay. NOTE.
thirty to lathe House and to hear h and when do advise the into such -Th* Cotton
fifty Whigs
ready willing ve quotation
; credit the artist the sifted .elf-taught son of Sooth whiz*and democrats rertorcitto it*orurual strength j ; gotrer *are*,-j
.: Carolina.en It i i. at, of tbe finer bras*,and U of gigantic and power; we hear the bugle note of every partban j The telegraph announces the resignation by to uphold the Compromise, and as many more of the cunveutiriiC it will.be with hand* dean of afl edire". l ly incorrect-Editor* of Georgia*. <**tpNiw

,6i' .-. proportion* ; .and yet tie likcnew uf Gen Jackson leader of democracy, calling the democrat from the I i ipott Mr. Clay of his seat in the enate. It said same party obstinately opposed to it and anxious not to gv into political convention onto the line of 38
of .. them leave the whigs with ( 30 is established.-Sentinel, Dre. !3.
is *o ctrlking that you ace atynoe the Man of Orltan duty- calling on to j! he intends spending the winter PhiladeU to repeal or modify the fugitive law. Bat this they OarrAxi, D.
The niform he wore daring the rirge is well h.wn they w nobly rallied-to leave the colour guard ; We give the Seniintr article entire, for CoTTO.f. Sale c.ti
sented and thteih<) MW him vn the 8ih of r.preof, the natim-to leave the proud and glorioa* banner phia, to return In the spring to Ashland. may not attempt as the effort would be hopeless, the on Saturday* ser ,
of the Union-to mutter trnder the recruiting fag */| Democrat ia the two reasons, first, that we may correct its errors sand bales, at firm pnee* >Iiddlin
when he puncd. down the I'.ne, as the smoke of the Ex-Governor Morehead is spoken of as his Compromise being so largely major ? 7] to
p I bade pid from the field, will recognize in bronze, a party. A party, which, though it numbers inTW ituccessor. y. We suppose we shall not be accused of placing and secondly, that we may show thes Stock, one" bnndr and thirtj
the figure and the dee of tie victorious; chieftain. rank* many. yc, Very many a* noble patriots a* evs bales
t low when difference between into
too the that convention with
e figures we opinion going
liveJ it bear its &b.an.i will receive express
And the noUe steed, become the bold, intiffd war er -yet upon j The
steamer
r rior.; It w the war hiutee.'bis neck clothed iththunb auxiliary aid of incendiary abolitionists, who would ;I Virginia Election. ott of the one hundred and forty-three Democrats, inth Northern Democrats, and going into convention Empite City, from NY \ L
doe
S.. : der. The ctory of his nostril i ii terrible. our midnight slumbers with the fire of our { The Enquirer earns up the recent election present House cf Representatives, at least one with Northern Whigs. being over serious apprehensions ,. w*
the armed men-he eintlleth the battle afar boose*, and the piercing rhritk and cries of our mur- J for her safety.
to meet hundred and twenty be set down as Compromise -
oft" the thunder of the captains and the shouting-!he ,j'mockeUi dered wives and children. Abolitionist*, profaningthe i in Virginia as follows : may That portion of the Senlinffs rejoinder

at fear and is not affrighted, neither turnoth holy cbr'Kiau Lith. and all its cbartoc,who would i icanre ) Thus farj\ve hear of.31 Democrats and 13 -thus leaving a margin of twenty-three to cuotain which is have italicised. Mr. The Way it TO Done.

he back, from the sword." Animated with the pride, our klaves to light the torch to bTJrn,or bear the, Whigs elecied to the Senate ; 6 districts the 'impracticablea-and this is something over erroneous we The editor of the Tribune Is at tie

and circumstance of glorious war," he champs j'knife' to tab the mother nn.i the ir-faut! aft they sleep, ycta clear majority of the whole body. Wilmot was not on the regular democratic
pomp to bear from-and 72 democrats and 52 whig '* looker-on"
and in the wiM rvvk of writing a in
the bit impatient o4dt4ay. He i* intended to Ktmd on"c >n religious phrtn/y, per-j! elected the House 27 members In the third pLice, while we are happy to cooperate State ticket" He was nominated for County Washington 'kT.
themselves that Lad the smile of to ; ta
yet
won
they
U Li* hind feet, **lf poUed by hi* own gravity in Knowing something of the modtu
Heaven their atrowticB. hear from. Of these 27 the democrats with Southern Whigs in upholding the Constitution his in Bradford onby
act of leaping, and he! will tUnd as family, and as by wih Judge by party County,
Such i is the call of Democratic leaders and the fugitive law, still and have already which the Compromise hick for
our wesnv
proudly vn the pcdertal, a* ever did the old Duke party ; secure at least 12. where it is well known he is omnipotent In wg 3,
(the General' charger' on the field, bearing the form and you may call spirit from the vasty deep," butwill *} I" Will the conservative Democrats t Thus far Johnson's majority is 8,585. the be did the aid ofthe constaan.
of his gallant, graceful ma,ter. they come of fact when be declares that the Union still req'.iires next place not bring to ted in the
Four beautiful brans gun*,trophies of the battle field, of Florida follow the precepts of Washington and There were font teen" counties to hear from, the undivided of the Whigs and democrats regular democratic State ticket the abolition whig caucus, he expoKS it m fi
the bUi of Nov. 1614. our Jackson-our disinterested pntrkta who wanted j support following letter. We
won at Pensacola on were originally commend tu teuimonfto
designed to be melted,rod used in the construction not the "l litaves and fishes"-the spoils of victory or: i; which rote about equal Hurrah for Old to restore it to its original strength and power." strength of Western Pennsylvania."

of the statue. Hut thank a Uiousand thank} to will they follow the captain of the day T Will they *>r irginny* The Democrats at present have power sufficient to (G ov. Bigler's vote in Wilmot's such Whigs as may have iwaDowed tfo
I leave the Wbi of Florida with whom when the _ _ county was
flag bait
and of the artin have ?
so
the taste patriotism they cunningly prepared the
S go* : U.ts end, mod to pnre, and we are satisfied that if by Doctorj .
jour Union and almost trailed in the dost nearly or quite ttco thousand than that
'
drooped LESS
been saved to ornamint the twr corners of the pedestal cThe people of Gadsden are referred to
Gen C. other will take the bout the Federal Capitol :
intelligent
with strong hand and patriot hearts helped to run itup or any person
-tared ST the admiration ol future age Two of given to Wilmot-and if our
them ((4 pounderi,) the m.>st beautiful I have ever agnin to the mast-head, and cheered it-bravely) i i the Card of Dr. Hubbard, in another column, I trouble to examine tl e fact*, lie can come to no otherU memory serves F-.raurd CerrtjnJ ofthe 7rj

neen. are handboinch: imprcwed with a crown, and cheered it. as it floated again on the breeze, in safety I f: j I who has permanently located himself at I conclusion. We confess, however, that thereb' ?, Johnston, the abolition whig candidate, WJLSHISOTOS ifroday Zve, Dec 1, Jgjj

1 rx-ar, when translated, if my rtcollection serve* me, Will they leave their country for a party-and for ] lack of and eat Bigler in Bradford -Wilmot's, transmitted
w a county I have
thi significant inscription : The lart appeal or the what end ? Only that this party, in the t-dfu-hncM of r I Quincy, with a view to the practice of Den- plentiful strength powtr" ahtmry by Telegrtpt the molt

lat*thunder 'f King/' And thu ia last app>*].this laq avarice and ambition may secure all the honor and j tistry. The Doctor is a thorough Physician present administration and the Whig party, and there I home. Furthermore, Bigler's advocacy ofI of to-day7* labor; b the house m the tlettino of Lin
R of Kentucky a; Speaker Jt
lie the feet of 4 emolument of offieeT And what will the working is certainly good ground for crying **help" in that the >yd >hn W. Ft-n-r .f
thunder of Royalty, now prostrate at I | fugitive slave law was opposed by Wil.mot Clerk, with the old
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a
Pennsylvania
well Dentist and
ni'-n of FWida receive !-men who cat bread in the as as we bespeak for him Seewmt-at-Ara,
the )horse of the gr< at KepuUicau Chieftaia. A moral q uarter. Evidently, wbiggery is iu a mt fearful de- whose awl Postmsu>ter, with the Caucus candidate
wirninz to the despotism of the world.Ia sweat of the brow-honert breadand who would sc ..rnto the kind attentions of the i feelings were more in consonance It CVrk,
hospitable community cline. IndeeiL, it tn be with The had been well t.n-d.
seems wasting a galloping j |I madiiuery nd wor.kj
of thii before catch the crumbs that fall from the table of power Inc.n ? with the wjS-
the! views
rtatue rent Johnston and
man ol those of his
laying you j ; the first trial
in which he has cast his lot out a hitch on very But brfrre .
but
I have nt fkgtiel 10 write hi* cul"gy, or iis: b'- graI'hv. wlio, in ptace, pay the taxes of their countrymen consumption hating a meagre and helpless mi1nority : riwej.iic
loth ha\e l lcn written by better and abler "ho. in ware fIL1! the battle of their country ? iu C.gi-rs. and only fre Whig Governors iu supporters. So much for the Sentinel's errors. i i ; to in buliot, there of was which a spicy thetru.debate drift on Cnir r.ing .
general and
IJ jUi} are cbvrKhcd! in the grateful recollections Thcv till ftdlow .' Washington and Jack- Another Letter from Gen. Call. the whole tlirty-one t.9 <>f the Union. could be transmitted by pcrjxrt
scarcely
Telegraph,
; fc.)n.'and rally for their country : so I sill
of IT I I'M btttu) i found in his
i country. gy We another letter In tiiefuurih place Gen. Cull mistaken in In the second endeavor to pvc a mor deliberate and IncH
from place show
own great achioveiuert, and in the a I Icti<-n* of hie Gtn..JackV has truly said we have tli hishet ofhumai pihlL-h tn-1ay the prolific per sjs- we promised to KWQ.I'

.. uiuntrymet2-atie.tIlb1I which will spring poiitaneottUy trusts nimitted to our care.*' We have the f-f GCIL Call wlucb appeared ia the &ntinet.fth.16th j| Lig that the pn-pm-itkin to me-t in Convention ton',m- I the difference between going into convention I of it.At the Caucus

in the btflris uf million y '
i the world ; and the sof the world are now J Jus. I with Northern democrats and going into convention Resolve approving Compromise tcemm, u t
xmlkc mnppjtipriau: t' aeoiil'.Tiiy thai notice of law ej upon l-e to of all bUndeil to call "the democrats from U.e of ,
Our rsphical d.viii.n, and diKseraion j! give a de.i..ririti.n an Equestrian Statue of Gciij pst final settlement 'if the Slavery que'tinj, vu dmit-
Rtatuo. with an <.Ktru-ftom if his ni farewell, adJrvMtoh iuip hare a-Aukcneii grt iurcrett and CCAICI ru in pr.rty ali natna.and* J J a.ek.'n, now in U.e course i>f erection in \\"a=hijrt"H dut>"-lrt.t/0 the pot of dt.ty-vr **have the wljg'' : with Northern whi o s. But few ted l, and: CD motion of Mr. Carter of Ohio, luj on t,a
munmneiit gratnes*,
< more
ownntrvnu-n v |i ')ltf tiuHi; a tmiM ots vsontiti Jy hope that: I City. This: Je cripi5'>u B clear! and animated, and i L* (r in truth there ore in most parts of tbe oouiitrv very words will be necessary to show this. In the table bv A d.-eile vote-nearly two to s 1

MfrcoluiH fh.ill tin'1 un J vrtaiy on eanh. Like the I j'I i 'the Star of our Union is .lecl.ning in the West,-. i quite cpj-n.rrLtclyelii***! tic scv(ral cItrate fronoll thC : ft-\r rfiifjf I'ft to "leave." Tli'-y .ire it cale-l! on to a ; f first place, it is well known that the twc I reasons* Compri'iuWha very fairly given l nothing f;T thaI to conre do with icpnrt4uatthe ti'e dw-

fret.i" I ad-lr1 eii4Ie.* uf thep&F Wgh..hiugiUl of eil, h l1bttiv.'iI betofiture In 1 1i hat and the|s-irteiitou Mia of our cl*Uil:liberty;#, to i riM goin fl.I? down mute ;under w hue dcrk the: | l hero's J'.rtwe1l AdJros. All tLLs 'a wtil enough,, l leave the color guard of th natif," or the u prou
ng: ilain ti i to the grtMt tatlivT of bi country, he &usi. I i 1 lrien,l* of freedom and the vie'ii.s of.,Ipr&a..ion;! in ev-: ;, and the matter i-f rcisark! i L- the ir.tdlwn through glorious IA jaier of the Union.: No such thing i* moai.t,, ic.," with their followers, do not compose proper occa.n 'fur J)4LU! ; jwfcrn r.t cpcn thi4.

*. lie lias caatitBsed iu the .ron. !rt t' nua. aaing't ilw I cry !and tremble \' ith prehei-ioii f.:r o';r stfcty and such g ou rea
fcs'zfbn (4 irt. 011 ggrapbifa .iierIninatiI4; ,. r epe. hut tw vindicate the great ;principles of Kt- \ JGorcrnmtxxt. trA.:7 journal But this Ls t<> be euiutatudcd I' note" tLc Geiural ?j>e. ks of is n.>tL5ug n> re Democratic party. We showeJ and for the ci-ncilkte cor.re tht pursnetl brethren was the-who.grneral drsire to from node the
"e espci-iail's
as wef die nietui w liich may diktuni oor Union. 1I ) ( L.t u teaaz I Jc.wicni tlxai rUher than ecn urcJ.. and we hope the SetJij : than the onhi.iry! ai2i>>im-euieiit of preparation fr the; this, we think, conclusively last week-. I South had rnaile so tron? a fisLt ai jirat ti.Comprorais -
it vain. Let u-ach the friends
hopiare of fnct ,
tbv u t iIf all;I haman ntdrta > ns -
Expeiient?, unt-rriug j une.lPiWared !* X3"atk'Coc cJitkiy of : and the Setitintl *
its t ru? > delegate* ireJi I has not undertaken to ccntrovert a on the oecasjoo <>f their enaetmeiit. sod *borfill
1 bi shown ti W4flfl anil for&iht of tioie l ilal that th' ir feat*arc(rroundK! -ss. Ixt encourage 1 frequikUy give rears refreshing extrvis fem the
:
t tiiem! let Ju-cr them with the btli f ) from the r>c<'ple," as Gen. Jacks used so well tox- : regard them 'n itL very moderate fever. Tint
in tbo! facts.
bo :n -d it. atii has pio edUi t in the I'tiioii of -- Uk great L writhes of the illustmus hero ail 1 statcsmx. \vLioh ; our The one idea" of the the North
na'ity that our c<.uii ry, uinltr the care ,f lleuvin.j I rvs it. Tk.t Al one shout.!have be.-n rnitaJca were alM vine ?tmy brethren from to I*
these Utau*.there h sure fontidutioo for the brigh- have so Lir. t-ly iitribi.tidt to establish the creit dai- ,i F I freesoil democrats has been repudiated and i is woo lock to the coninn-n fcld, audit was wise t>
frifJ'ita. aii4 the of tli le."At will be Crop.united, happy amid pn-is.-rou cctil! it Lall i b is
tt Ippea i of happineM pcoj' pLJa .1 matter su -ular. But Gea Call seems '
i itnd the wlJ.r their forhi-anixtglv.
becom'' the C4-ntre of the world an-l! that from thi press ij : still the democratic treat errors
repudiated by .
S everhazard aud at ct< eacritkv.117nion ; j part- -
ry j l leaders of the Lave iolous'v but vianlvetnutrled. : } t *Uyjx ie that this coll u to induce dcnits "tjmustir I However the fact that such a vote had been given,
hiLt i-Jiall! radiate country so
this ttiurt be prem.T.d. Il the Uu.on is ever centre, a <-amirg coamtrce, csriig -
: iiM-k-r the rlwofa Consequently,going into Convention with the on bec"niiKj noi J abroad created a general ten,
the ail ht-atheu hind. and T'tr-uVinj And I
etvert d, thi'mcw of M ]>.uton.! wilt! prow wid.-r und I r G'pi-l to earning -** The ujuitiir liank-the comititinjf stni I party. I fancied that it afforded them
iwi4i l mid the c mtr<>'..eii which! are now debated p*.nCe and !iber.J ianltuti; ns to all the arth. That I i ,-f InUnul Improvement! by the Fedtrd GaavernzLIot j there agab be mLta' tr the jr-vlir. We are in no Northern democratic party, we go into and a few Bfgltr for Whigs rnaster-stn'ke. So
I an f.pp.'rtutJty a on
I 1 rttied iu tilt halls of]hgiti..u will thca be tried t be* jjrt-at end may be accon! ;.li hd.. Kt all our efforu need cf recruits! aw-nyn-cs
at The truth bei
and oth r leading ensures: of the Whig party, were prent. s-ms to convention with those who have, with us call appeared'iri the Wli*papers of to-day lor a Wli
I i bv m.n1e. and let our united and firvtnt
bIei.i o! battle und *ttied l by the cword. piacnbe > J tksu sad his democratic i i tl hat about thi, tiiLC tkre are %try few wKigslrft to1i of the South Caucus in the Port-OflEee CuniEuttee-rwni at iiw/tLi]
*4 You hare Uie hi hctit huinau trurt committed I ofTt-n-J to the Great Kult-r of the Universe.J ftnuigled by su'vtsiors. ia ;, adhered to tha noninterventioni I

to your care. I'rtvidrucc luw chuwvrcd cu this CayI J Wjh: my apology to jou and the puLLc for this intnjs' pile ul the tfffit of Clay, Webster uiJ tl.rr lea/lug i\ bo recruited, were we iu nqeJ of recruits Mid i doctrine of the Nicholson letter-a doctrine 1 morning!their-at breakfasts which hour, awl many not'afirw 3Ien.lers! wcreuttrriy Lad not ignorant finthed -

Ted land, tl'-i-wng* withY.ut nnnUT.: and has chosen ''n. I promi&c tliut you hal! imt again tiXj-a betrialled Jeralista U> fit them up n the cmnitn'. Geu. Jack1wn j with what L so agreeable to wLigs-plenty of fit oiH- of the calL Several who seen it suspected a at
a> the guardian* of freedom to rrew-rve it f'r the : bv Your ftllo v-ciuzen, to offer l There is such j opposed by the Van Cnren?, tkc., which op-
yaa told Uie American j.ecple that the States, rjul ni A i e ->- as >unt. no boiait t:> in the meal and staid away. But Ixrtwren f'ltturf
teuffitof the hoinan race. May he who holds! in )hi II. K. CALL.Jos. position cut them off from the democratic the nanb
the Geti ](iovenui.eut ht | otTer, and: we think a recrafing of.eer woulil make j i party fifty convened-fi-rty-two highest r mmte -
<.ra ou to make bueh IioatL and I i iI'oiiks
Lands the! d< tinicj> >Jf nation* uukc you worthy of the CLIBBT, E..1.; Editor Florida Stntintl. favors he han bt>:o fi. &nd enable ;.ia with {>ureJjeartK as they nevleiX] and that it was dangerjus to \> \ *>T progrws :ua jng the remaining whigs without t : and forced them into a separate organizaj of N. C. was called to tie Chair, with BraryD.

and! tirm tm.dt-w-uh tleej.li-*> vi ilanci*, tu Curing PerkAs their mr,ign rights toyieM tbcse great natter* to so'iathuig (the sort. i j tion. Again, we go into convention with I Moore of Pa. a* Secretary. A Retire tpinricf

4 Le guard La and eoromud def-nd to the end ,f time*', the greU charge tins is the scaso'i of the year for put \ the grain l.at.J < f the Federal Goverumci.t Amij I Fifth Jy and lastly, we cannot bat smile at the last i j those who voted for the fugitive slave bill, and u5taisi the Ci'mpn-n.ise rr.eesurw 'ia their

,. to your Ivecp.ng. the late taken sentence i-f tlic p.ingraph we have q'Kate.I l above from j talitv. as a n.ntuns moved by Mr. 3.G.HiT ftof
With this feciiPK and aCVcJioiiate valedJctorv.Uilsrctirtd I tinj up pork, \vc lo not know that we can do j ja ]lave.IJe his wlviee, aaJ heeded Lia pro i and who have since its passage sustained it, our State. Lite hew partner of Mr. }rlllinm r 'W
beudzeti'n. from the thentrc of r more Serviceable favor to our pub-cribers, jthttic wan jug-and the result u glorious iii the eT. thitral's! I -tter. For \re-wtniM inquire how any j jt President Ttadileus Stevens of Pinnsvlrncia opp -
j and who still sustain it Should the Van Bu ]
7iblic; : action, one of the moht extraordinary men that: t!tian to pulli h the receipts by which the four treme. Tlie States liavewiund Utnks: a1rreat PusnksujKrior 4C can ktiow that the Democratic p-irty wIll rtctive I ed its a'i-ptlon Orin Fotslcr of Ma*
ever liveJ.S48 The f KuMkr, the eateMuan% .. ,..ani..-..the' paJsndett d : i premium hntns. at the late agricultural lair to anythiug iu tie \\Iioleearth, ia qu .tlty, j jthe auxilliary aid of itx-endLiry lJJaljio1JI5t5" in the e rens, &c., go into the same convention, that : that it lie on the table. TLi. wa'voted down: shirme-

and mot-t U-inier afTfctioijg. With the jjwtr | \\erc cured : quality and variety aud yet the great nork of interf ,- *! Irction of a PresIdent ? WLm did this happen ? If I will be a matter which cannot be helped.- upon f the sevenil-nil'ers Wkics took remained their bats and; but adopted over thirty tk a.TVy .

intuitKia hi* genius gracmcit li* but Ugua When, thereflire, we i }t wv remember correctly th*'e tinatica have had their But they will be impotent for mischief. They f did eighty-five not atteriipT to nominate eandhlates, fei
liand, ;.:-. put a : a of fine salt, half aj cmitempbte tiie} fruit tf Gin. Jackson's democratic independeut never f ITa have controlled the and broke up after a sitting thirty rr forty BJnotf
toLls will. ]1'ut it w kall.all f,r hi* ,to w hch never party, neverwill
Las' descended the proud it.L.r.laucc country of all his fame j gallon of molasfepe, three pounds: of broun[i '' prinHplw; an 1 precepts, we are r.-vly to unite \\ith democratic can-li.late for President, Mnee they vere At 12 the House came to onlrr. ail noiainatier
be able to control it Let the demonstrate Polk fTma
and gl'/ry- j sugar, half a pound of saltpetreell! mixed l| Gca Call in declaring that his bcht eulogy is f.' wlr I Iin erganixid l so as to render "atixilliary aid to any party past for Speaker were dtrman.leil Linn Jl jor agodDaEfrcrat > --

Ywu, b.r, may tliii.k me an cnuiast, while I bcI'xe i together, rub the ineit well with this mixture, 'I bLown grtat iicluvment,and in the flectkia s of hi* Tlis i i', tl.erefure, a mere gratuitous fling cf the Gener, this. Should tuoy, however,refuse prop and eed and good ecl-gized Con'rrrrnise man.lloyd HcrrTrpnn as[ twocr

that 1 have but a j u.t appreciation of the riuritx i until the whole be absorlied. The meat CiUfltrvlflefl-tef1t.ctjoIt which wIllhpringfp'jEtaiie'jus- are, uly intended to round a flowing peiiid. Were to acquiesce in the action of the Convention, three Cf rcW iue "NvLtr?, fUneyin? they aw an cp n-

end virtu<_- of this great nun. If I did not know him must be taken out of the k week I u in to take the trouble think could show mg, rushed in, own especial Kprerntative H-u
Ix-lier: I liad, at !leart, oppxrtunitie* of knowing him j ca every : l ly tiw !hearts of;million. vet uuborH.1 wt we we easily they can do no more than was done in 184S my Ke elaime-1 that

bctur titan mt .t men. I followed hi* fortune* m the I we tit with the pickle it makes-the two first IJut this litter of Gea Call las one or two crmcluding'para'jrapb th General that "in<**ndiary aboliti<.nL ts" are acidic: -that is, go to Buffalo and organize resistance the James Whig Brooks, tailing, bv the the vote loudr.ofthrtvxLlin! a prrnt

.. first dawn of maiili<* l, and I never lurt feightofhik; ; weeks you Lake out the meat, add each lime wbicli, cousid
nchierenient!. Il wax in the field I fint saw him. in a plate of alum salt. The meat should remain remind us of the phrase recently used as the heading wire originally vhij of the true John Quincy Adams auspices the adverse host had rejected the C'mnrorne srf
the wild mountains of Al/ama, then the home of the in salt On the other hand how is it with the
five weeks. of an editorial article in the Stntind "Awkward tamp. He may be said to be the father of political I stood nowhere. He called on the latter host to emm
warlike Creeks. On the bank of the -
O>ot>a, I MW SECOND: PHEMII'M-To even hundred abtlitionism and obtained think at least three of Northern Whigs with whom the Sentinel' out, show their hands, let the People know where the!
and we ,
i him in a mutinous camp-iu the midtt oftheineiny'* Discrqiant T The bead, bu .t, and maiu b"dy stood, dbc. c, and not sail cnJer the ecraivoeal fiajrf
countty-in want of *apj i.ti-in want ofcteryUiin:; pounds of poik, make a brine of eight pounds !' of the letter b fair and comely, but the lower extremities his recruits from among his own friends to one of the expects the Whigs of Florida to affili- Chase and Preston Kiur. Mended with Gea BsjlT!

but his own great entrrgic and creative genius.: ground alum salt, two pounds of brown st I- otltr r -particularly as the whig is much talked et-ntemprawsly
are decidedly jiihy. We suppose that the beauty rtJ party so late I In the first place we cheerfully ad and Linn Boyd. He qdte

There I him abandoned his
taw by army-company two ounces of saltpetre and half I small faeti *hk-h must
gar one Whi
a of the hfwl of the the largest where these incendiaries" inhabit Bat i:tit the Free-Soil s as a
after company,battalion,rcginunt and brigade. 1 here ounces of potash, and fonr gallons of vate r. image has been tolerated by the mit that there are a few-a very few-who IIO-B- swallow the Fugitive Slave Law er be out cf the
I haw him kurroundvd by difficulties and embarrassment J Sentinel in conriderati of the tealy ofj dna consequence.Sriou.

*, begirt with trials and danctrs, from which only! When the meat is cut up, and well cooled j I the tail, as we confess tit have given publicity appearance! to the ly, in conclusion, we cannot conjecture why a are not free soil and who may be opposed to Whir Richard party K Meade, ofVa, answered very fcr.nshowirif

Geu. Jack*< then and there he said : if there is one brave covered with brine. After remaining in brine I than the >orthemWhb -
its ( being so
wte' what not to pro-Slavery come or nearer
Yet cannot but choose !souudiog bugle or rally mem.bers exceptionr-Mc mass are rotten. Sewardism ,
we
man who will! ktay and peri h! with me, I will! never five or six weeks, according to size, take it to inform our. readers it--4lpt ?. and that ifSbvery would nit trmt the
leave the cnemii-*' country until I have conquered it." out, rinsing the hams in fresh water, after we do not approve of several things et &rfh: Lay tIF e to united counsels, whether the Union U in danger I- controls the party in every nonslaveholdingState. fcnner it ha-1 no reliable allies at allHe azmavzed

This appeal drew arouna him Ics than aa hundred ; General b these hitter paragraplis of his otherwise or not. What would the whigs have us to do! Must This has been shown and the vote b the Whijj Caucus, and utterly eaiW

and fifty men, with wU., n he was left in the enemies being hung up eight or ten days to dry according pleasing jm>duction. For instance, the General we wait for somebody to become a candidate, uninvited I- repeatedly the idea of the South turning to the Nurt'ierfl'W1i'
to the weather smoke the say; be
country. meat somq i Or would whigs desire that the democrats should cannot disproved. The difference, then, as the best champion of Slavery.
But 1 Haw him like the fabled Phoenix, spring fiom ten days, and then secure it in bags, or let it But, sit, where am lo we iww stand in the great current between the two Northern is CoL Richardson of Dl followed on tie same fc
until candidate is made and parties
it* own oshek- hi* own of human event } W have crossed the juf-t remain passive a whig apparentto RE'i'etative. -
creating resourei.s-drain1; remain, if the meat house be a good If just angry but paid his respects more especially to oilY '
follo-Acr to hi;* standard, almost like Cadmus in the i the brine is one. fl.> d, u tea of trouble! and dangers. Our Union then just be generous enough to elect him I We should every man It presents itself in a nutshelL He nrged l that the yevYork ErprtmW.
not sufficient
land of Doeotia, and drawing upplic for them almost add to cover the meat, has been m\nl, but barely saved, bv a union of the lave thought much better of Gea Caffs view about The great body of the one is sound not many years since, claimed Free Soil suprttk
a* wonderfully a* dui pmphet drew water from the more brine. whig* nail l democrat* !-by the patri>itir and uni-] distinctions if he had advanced them the Whigs as the true antiSlavery Extensk{*tanil !
rock in the de crt. And he did not leave the enemy** Tinnu I511F.M1t'M-To every 1,000 poundsof tAil ctfort* of Filbnore, Clay, Webster, ilaiigum, Ctat s diopping party and conservative, while the great body of the that Mr. Brooks himself only in the last&*$*

country until lie -tirned a* a conqueror, having laid 'orktake three pecks of salt, three and a Douglas, Dickiuson, Foote, King awl oUier, to whom; whro the whig party had something besides a name to other is indoctrinated with the worst species dodged the vote on the final pn sage of the Fut'I
the foundation of that fame, which i is imperishable.He .-- half Ibs of their country owes a hutiiigtlebt of pratitude. And dispose oC If it only could have been thought of whenthe SlaveLa'wThat! law wa# sustained on its I***?*
wan the friend of 1113' youth,and with a heart overflowing : ashop saltpetre, two quarts of hickory while that Cnion is yet bleeding with the deep wounds President was turning out of office hundreds and of fanaticism b under the domination ot' bv ttctnty-eiyht Northern Democrats arid only *"
with gratitude for unmerited I love two cups of red pepper, and two quarts received in the late conflict between and the had in*
friendship the North
; thousand of democrat for other avowed Seward, and is, therefore, rotten to the core. Northern Whigs, soil but one of th< three
to dwell on his memory and hi,* virtues. of molasses ; mix thoroughly and rub the hams South; while it still requires the undmdtil support{ : no reason his back to this Congress. Under sncharwf-

It may not be inappropriate here, too, sit, to give with it. Leave them in the mixture six weeks, the whig and democraU, V) restore it to its original than that party distinctions! required it there would!: The one repudiates this dangerous principle, stances way, he thought the South would let tier"""-

an extract from the farewell nddrcs of Gen. Washington and then hang up and smoke with hickory strength and power; we hear the bugle note of every have been some more evidence of sincerity. As it ist while with the other it is their leading dogma man from New-Tort 'tarry at Jericho a wL3e beLa I

who wa the light iu which Jackson dressed himBclf I. wood for five or six weeks. partisan louder of democracy, calling the democrat* we fear some persons may conjecture that whigs desire it is their life their all and accepting him a leader and uncilor.
the star which he followed through the dnrkeit from the pit of duty-calling ou them to leav the their is cannot be repudiated Brooks explained, after a fashk-o, but o
and inont perilous hour of his fortune. The man of FOUHTII PBEMICM-To every 1,000 pounds whigs, with whom they BO nobly rallied-to leave the to annul all parties because own virtually because to repudiate it would be to he regarded his vote against the FucitiTe Slave W u

Immortal fame, born in America, but now the man of port take a bushel and a half a peck of ; colour guard of the aition-to leave the proud and abolished. _ the most vnfortvnate act of hu life. The flO *0'
of all nations and countries the of all salt glorious banner of the Union the repudiate eight-tenths of the party. To go dIth1'1
.. man future time, three pounds of saltpetre, three poundsof to muster under recruitinyjflag J4)yedabrOfldttUi at his expense,
Washington, said to his countrymen, I have already sugar, and two quarts of molasses mix f a party. A J arty which, though i it The Christiana Treason Trials. into convention with them is to meet with a he made anvthing beyond eight dollars to-day lt V

Intimated to you the danger of parties in the state, them rub the bacon numbers in its ranks many, yes, very many, as noble PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 17.-In the U. S. of known not in the House. Nor do I think any Oomp
with particular reference to the founding of them on; : with it well, and i so patriot ns ever lived,-yet it bears upon its rolk! and Circuit Court this morning, the Christian body men beforehand to be the enemies Whig capital was made bv the day's oPeT > _

geographical discrimination Let me now take a keep for thr e weeks-smoke every other will receive the auxiliary aid (>f incendLuy abilitionisU Treason called of the South-known to be opposed to Though Catch of Horida. who split off rOW *
were
more comprehensive view, and the clear day for five weeks with who would break our nu'duiglit tlumbers wfch Uie cases np. forJvhent *'
warn inokt vote
you, m hickory wood Congress, came so far back as to -
the slave law who refused
solemn manner, against the baneful effect of the spirit -white wash the hams and them fire of our IMIUKCS, and the piercing shrieks anti cries of 'Hie U. S. District Attorney stated that fugitive to vote for of Geoniia-a man no longer elected U D'

of. party generally. in bags. put away our murdered wives and children." nolle prosequics had been entered upon all] it in Congress, and who have fought the democrats lowing UoiMlf to be called Whig. If !**SE5

4. Thi pirit, unfortunately, I Is inseparable from our Now, we have no idea, in the first place, that either the indictments for treason, but that detainers it in nearly State where was made, I stunk! like to know -where. l '
nature, lulling; its root iu the ktronge puion of Uioliuiian I upon every Bovd and votes the di3e'O"
all
Mr. Welfcter had been lodged against the prisoners by Forney gained by
; A Word to Union or Mr. Filluxire have Lad iutaring
,
mind h CM U<, under ditloreni bhaK-[ in all lenocrats.-We hope am agency elections have taken place. pafp.be.Finally.! .
: m-jre or K-wi utifled those Union Democrats the Union, if iu lee-I it )lus beeu all endangered. the authorities Lancaster, to be taken there entrtat the
povernmcDt, controlled, or rc- with whom we at uncle Jh Oiddings rose to
cooperated the
This is difference and .
mind
to it I is
a |Iresel l ; but in thoso! of the popular form, it in seen i iu last fcummor in the great ftruggle Neither of tl.we gentlemen voted for the for trial for the murder of Mr. Gorsuch. He our friends o"f the Peace measures,' iirwr Of5ZtY

its.grci.Ut-t. rankiu-iw, cnl in j truly their woi>t tnemy.Tin that was then going on, will watch with cir.cumspection Compromise or the fugitive slave lu'll!!, nor have Uiey further stated that those not convicted at a wide one, between going into conventions to desist from this untimely and exciting 'S1Agitatkn. ti1
9 alternate domination of one faction over another i ken aUe to ; Lancaster would be brought back to standtheir with the two parties and leave to .' He went in fc-r rach agitation n &*
the of aflairs. convert one single Whig to its we our mutual
the of progress During support 5hnuM D-
tdiarpencd by spirit
natural
revenge, to trial the of misdemeanor. and l would take care that opportunity ;
lan (LM.4.U.II1U i which in ditlerint ages an.l countmaiu the late canvas, we claimed to be the true, the i sbce iU p issajc, so for a* we know There U, therefore on chnrgn a readers to decide whether we have made wanting for defining pitions; but let the lI hid

p> r|>.etrated Uie iii"'t horrid enonnitu, i* itx-lf a lid paiunl Jackson democracy, and it Ii C. IK, suit of ju>tice or propriety ia cuiiining for We have omitted to announce that liana- good our promise.A first orgnnized, so as to RO about the work in re''

frightful formal and dtAjk permauent>lmin. 1 Jut di this jxdivtn.load The at !length ditjordem to a mot and e hooves us now to act in such a manner as them any share{ ia the credit of viiig the Union" way, the fist of the batch pet on trial, was order. Agreed,* said all hands; add so they 11.0.did.

I miseries which: re.ult, gradually incline the iniuJn of not to compromit our political integrity.We .-- If the jwssagc of the fugitive slave bill l had any thing' acqtitted by the jury and afterwards discharged I. Good Eeason. _

e .: men to seek tccunty au
uf an individual' ; and!, toner or) later, the chief of of our Union friends to organize a regular Whig* ia Congress deserve but a, mall share of di late Table of Contents :-1. Prize F*;>TS on.
fume jircrallin. (action, more uhta or fortunate Union case has caused the prosecuting Attorney to democratic meeting in Baton Rouge, 1axatioo.;
inors ;party. This is all fudge. There never h ior of the achievement, f.r of the w! ole number of Peace Congress ; 2. Principle o,

than:*hi of In co.npct4U* own elevation, turn this on the lihpohhi ruins u of to public the jmrJMKM libcrty. ;-- will be but two great political parties in Whig mr niU-ra .nly twcuty ix voted for that measure eater the nolle prosequies mentioned above. Amos Adams, Esq., a very influential whig, 3. The Fine Arts in Edinburg; 4. The Old

this country. As long as there was any necessity thne only! from the whole Nortli, and twenty came forward and announced his conversion Testament: Newman and Jrey; 5. l>a

Without looking forward to an extremity of thi* for it, we maintained,. that the friendsof /A/Yf..nly from the 'whole Amth. This number w only LIXE-OF-BATTLE SHIPS.-The Boston to the democratic faith. He made a very ablo and hU School; C. John Owen; 7. Comparative cc

L.mil (uhidi neverUieleM) ought not to be entirely out ( the Union should act in concert but the alxmt one-ninth that 8. The Frontier Atari
there Philology
as part c.f the members of the House Courier says are now at the Navy speech. We quote the following from the ; :
of night.) the common 811(1 continual misr-hief oft thuKpirit which the
question created from
a Union and Disunion of India 9. Translations ClajicJ2schylus
of party, are suf5ioi< nt to make it the intcrot and has ceassd Ilcprcseut&ti ves. Tins it Li obvioiu Uiatthe Union Yard in that harbor three great ships of the- close of it which hits the whigs of this city ; of
party to exist
there
is Ke-awakening
duty of a wise people, to dixcourago and rcsVain it for certainly i no was "saved" by the democratic party, with the,assistance line-the Ohio, the Vermont and the Virginia, right on the head : ; 10.
It *en e* alwa j* to distract the public councils, and necessity a regularly organized Union of nfnr Whigs, two-thin! of Uwwe from tfie Life in Germany. ,
enfeeble the iarty.-Plor. Gaz. Each one of them be said to be remark the instances he cited
public adpiiuutrntiou.( It agitates Uia 44 NorUieru and midJle States" Laving been **puuLhed1* may "Among to prove tbe In 1 .

I' community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms; Uicrcfor by defeat at the Loads of thU Union able for its model, its size and accommodations, practice of the whigs obtaining the votes cf Noble and Witty Reply.- de
kindle the animosity (hone part against another foment L how Ic sivingWliig their adversaries he stated that he had 11. sent the young Constable ---
< ; to a rowan of Fashion. To be : the excellence of the often 1Th0at15
materials
: occakional riot and insurrection. It the a party. If Gen. Call is ignorant of these foU- of which it ]is congratulate Seatus the
opens woman of fashion is one of the easiest heard a whig say to a democrat I ara as Rome to S3i :
: ,
door to foreign influence ansi things for cannot him
,corruption, which find we euppuse capable of even a flight composed, its strength and fitness for sea advancement The Pi pe imprudently
a facilitated uccefw Ui the government itself through in the woild; a late writer thus describes j it I: : desire to mislead! lila much of a democrat as you are/ while on the: that J 0t1t

i .. the channel of party T>ni ion. Thus, the policy and; Buy every thing you don't want: pay for suppression of facts countrymen by a perversion or and battle. They are called 74's, but are capaqle I- other hand he never heard a democrat say," I "Are there so few men in Spain beard r

the will of one country, ore subjected to the policy and nothing you do ; smile on all mankind bat -we respectfully suggest that le of carrying one hundred and ten guns am as good a whig as you!" The one knows King sends me one without a his
turn to the records and nuke himself Spaniard
another.
will of 'vrii said the fierce
i r t husband bo happy but acquainted : each together with a of thousand his doctrines to be good, and boldly avows Sir, tb a
your ; everywhere at complement one y

Euch ei the language, tuch the iscntimenU IWaahington. these fact, na they really exist Thi* La will adnitis majesty possessed the least doubt;
And such i* the last l-olitical will audiicnt home ; hate the country; adore Paris; neglect j merely right men, and all the provisions, stores and them before and after the election,while the merit lay in a beard be

40 testa of the great father of Li* country. We are your clildren ; nurse lap dogs; and to other is often driven to the necessity of running imagined .
go In the munitions 'fora to r
second do
place, \rc not think that the Uni n threeyear' cruise, not omitting t. doubtless have deputed a goat
'I 1tgaktr i under that will we an ceeutorsamong the church et cry time you get a now fchawl. on his adversary's principles and when
t., 4 has been "wounded" by the "late conflict betwem twenty tons of powder for each vessel he gets into power will act upon his ovn." not a gentleman."

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The Caucus.tfpouclent Stephen A. Douglas. ft The friends Temperance and the public gen Large sale ofPulUc lands in'Plorida.: Notice. Quinoy Male & Female Academy. 1

of the Baltimore Ar The Now Orleans Delta, a neutral sheet, (Lecture.lvare hereby the notified that Mr. S. M. Hewlett will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the under is hereby given that books of subscription next session will fomnwnfe oh ilOHDAY,
on subject of Temperance during the l will NOTICE THE
in
ensuing
r W'iI.IAt the Democratic caucus iu of Douglas the young giant of the month as follows: before pursuance of law, offer &t Public in the Florida Atlantic and Gulf Central 5th day of JANUARY, 1852. The School, $
says Auction the
prcIe1t Court House door in the several Rail Road, will be reopened in Tallahassee, at the during the has been in a highly flourishing
'bo At Monticello past year L
or ;iact.i'1I1 bn the Comprotot'lff on Wednesday,Janv.7 th, 11 o'clock.M. eiuntii-s M hereinafter
the' tiJI1e West: 44 stated tk following valuable Store Thomas Hayward, on the 2d Monday Mon condition. It i* the oldest Inatitntion of the kind in
Tallaha-o Thursdav
;.sbinctc the following totimony to the Douglas has several elements of popularity Saturday on anil Quincy on 10th 4 12Ui
Monday, to
tt P" : ,'Lich prenillJ geD'nlly in that ** CliattalKMicJiIe of Congress said State for purpose of Internal Improvement the 3d Monday; and Madison attLe office of ,the of it* present Principal during which time there has

g 'II"* determination <.f its members toF7 here. He is young, just thirty-eight o'clock SL and on Tuesday, January 13th at 11 Thes Lands'were, m good part selected Clerk of the Circuit Court on the 4th Saturday of been a steady annual increase in the uumber of StmdenU .
be, A. at night Dec 20. after
d f( the (ffl('J1lncr.t upon the a self-raised man-who, by his own energies* immediately believed the completi o(the U. S. surveys January next. The utidei rgned Conunii placing and are t> cjiibxaoe some of the best in the the times and above
l1ltpl at places mentioned to re- Kjeitant of the Female Department baa given very .
::6ctiz-At ...boiwred platform ('Democratic potcelv has ascended. from the cabinet-maker's benchto $20 Reward. i Stui for the production of Corn Cotton Sugar Tobacco w-ivs ubxcripfiiirM ; and l tlwy ajTiesUy invite their general satisfaction and secured to her the reputation

: a scat in the most august legislative assembly from the plaotati of the SHR- and Tropical Fruit&-nnJ others finely adapted to fellow-citizens to meet them and give their aid to accomplish of a aucces"fnl anti accomplished teacher, Trill eon- .: ,

prevailed on all sides. Ecthertontthnt'fth ?A R-T GadvJen county Florida the the Turpentine and Lumber business. The Lands will an enterprise so important to the interest of tmue in charge of this Department, and be Lvl foted ,
feeling on be offered in
world and half-to-rhtta
.1bt : bt'llt.frfafd WK! felt tliat
-- Jt to the Federal power, the North, has a Southern wife and a South. 34 years of age. 3 feet 3 inches high, T'rytcll built. about Jefferson Cuunty4>n Monday, 12th April, 1852. b confidently expected that a liberal grant of land The two Departments are so trrangbd that both will ....t

*. ,JIIOfI td lwS Urewiitrf fact in the between acres 26,640 will be made by Congress to assUt in the construction receive the benefit of the supervision and instruction
and blaek
;'
The of the a copper c.It.'i1as somewhere Madison : ; 19th.
,rft*" *|Lrtl CuJ hing would 6uy Everj-lxxly.'. plantation. argument young about 160 11*, talks a little Cue and tolerable Monday, about 65,560 of this Road. But we can never recommend ourselves of the Principal; but the most of his attention will .

fl,11Jfo'' ? and ewifescd that the UlIIlJn was democracy upon the necessity of having sturdy when tolias two of //ffwtfrffrt.JIonday' 26th, arbout 2,440 to the aatfetance others,so forcibly and to well as by be given to the Male Department lie will bo assisted '
quick spoken a scar or sa ,
--al r f11" _..,. nomore UiAmto tare; butwliileVinttJlf till'nnD& in a line with: lib thumb, and Ithiiik some ., -Monday, Srd: May, about, 3.120 helping ouvselvea.] We earnestly hope that every chV by JAMES M. DOBY, and such other A**

,, adrnittM. \\"a4agfM'G l.o--.11 that there youthful vigor, independence and courageto scars on tip his breast He has a large Mar on\ his baek' yl/arAi Mnaa< Vednesdav' Btli May,'about ,520 ron will subscribe for stock should it be fur only a single BMtaats as the number of students may require. Th* :.
Lny, 1Oth4fay about I
$IIda6tl prt". and that the restoration of the wield the power of the Presidency-posses: : near, 'think, the' left shoulder blade, with other Marion, May. 20,480 awe School provided with a Library,an extensive CLemicaU I
iodayfenth about. 58,840
RICHARD HAYWARD .
V. t IlOwer at the next Presidential eItial ses in the lour marks by the whip for.fightiug..IHei8agood t field hand, //JMoIk Iw] Monday 2.th 0pbicaland Mathematical pperatu"aod :
weight [
the pieservation of that Union great present aspect ( May, 4&G.jO JOHN G. ANDERSON a valuable Cabinet of Minerals affording superior ad" "
: to and I Adam
jt a rough carpeuter bought some 16
to the affairs. Polk of the YeKr'4back Ililltliorovffi BaturuAy,'2\th May, about 4.800 ROBERT LYON, } Commiuionert. vantages to Students in Science and facilita
accomplibhmeut
:..absolutt'1 h.necessary was a good example superiority of Booth, Turner and Clayton traders from Savannah TERS1S-Ore-lburth cas>-Ji< other three-S iurths WILLIAM greatly
Ga, I will give the above re..anl1'or Adam BAILEY tingtheir progre Surveying M taught, with thoChain '
of the choice of the that payable in three aI instalments with interest
over f.9uall ;
d t ra;or the gtJIIt.1tm pre'f.'nt were in favor oft young in a safe jail BO that I getlihn,. ahd harbored or in advance. 0If lsuier it fi'e RICHARD K. CALL and Corapa1! and Mensuration by actual measurement ,
Denvxratie of the older demo any par prefer per December 20, 18Sl. 50 .
"ple4'1St' Agricultural Chemistry will receive :
-v $MWjuii 1rtyicE1wce racy. the pOl&CSt'i kif uny white mun or negro 'with proof cent will be deducted from the credit instahiients i special
i oftlw late compromise in Jill its to convict I will give $100 upon attention. Tile Students of both Department
The friends of Douglas have adopted a more.AUGUSTUS the payment If the whole purcluu-e at the time Caution. .
that the money admitted the .
w 0* ffVf others th.iught readoptionf& a LANIER. sale. DAVID are to manipulation of the Laboratory,

Z a tlittf"nn so far as the compromise w.Jrjbe ." counter policy to that. of the Buchananites in December 20, 1R51. 60 t 'tC ( Register .f Public Lands for the'State s. VALKER.Floqda. ; THE public are cautioned against trading for n note and allowed to experiment for themselves under the

P*, Jfti, proper; but th lnrp mass of the regard to the Vice Presidency-they have tr iviumah Georgian, copy till furbid. Dm-mlKT 20, 1851. 50 3m'' by me to Robert Kent or order, for one direction of the Teacher. The course" of instruction i U .

*tfl S.i w. the mulu that Ief.I we Whigt.lIftll hundred and twenty-nine dollars, dated some time m sufficiently extensive to prepare Students for entering;

the. OJ'1 the lfl>t Congress ou the occufBj1. had the sagacity to perceive that the Southern For.Hire. Salt on Thursday, January 1, 1852. November last and payable the 20th December instant the Junior Class in College or for commencing the

Jnxluetion of similar ivtulutioiw by Mr. as the considaration for which said nato was study of tIle learned professions ; and as many ad- -
Rights is the of the NUMBER of
filIIfW,*caucus,held t i nominal a Sj>eik"cimfi party strongest wing A likely Negroes Land, Negroes, Stock. at. .;Auction. given has failed, and I shall not pay it unless com vantages are offered to young Ladies for acquiring a u
.
1(1't11 ; die Jence, that the CompromieIU democracy South : hence they have indicated JOSEPHDRANtIIj11 J. II. f AUm rs.'. O N Monday, t5th December next will be sold at pelled ,bylaw.J.AlES thorough Education both in the solid and ornamental
BRANCH
'IIiIt:IU ?., III' touchJ. ")tile the DonxKruticBscctidoiKv R. M. T. Hunter as their probable choice fpr December 6, 1851. 48 4t the plantation. of John. S. Isler: Esq. the follow JIUNTER. branches, as are afforded by any similar Institution in r
.
did tilt in conciJered an the Vice ing property: : December 20, 1851. MIn the country.. '

}Itat.l1j up the dead body oC Free Soilism, Presidency."Hunter 6 Sejroea, New building for a Boarding Ilouae affording
H. G.
;aIII1al: ting it wto Ilf\ for the purpose (.C 'iarriugIi is one of the purest and at the FARRELL'SGErUINE 160pcre of Land Chancery.LEON commodations for a large number of, Students have .

_p uu v..! u!cl,*s and not within their pro,'- same time luckiest in the Union. His Arabian Liniment, i li a most rxtranr. 40 bead of Cattle, CIRCUIT COURT. been erected by the Principal. in a retired and healthy ..

L"IIIIStell if it *'ere ever so wise and useful The men dicin I he truth ot which is placed 40 lIo ig% part of the town. Student boarding with him
Edward
.e'ovcnti'm.' in the course of the euj6ultationt3Td1 own case is an eminent illustration of the eventful beyond doubt by the vast sales of the article and :SO "< Sheep: F. McDermond Compl't 1 are kept under such wholesome! restraint as U necessary

I,. m cicepti} if indt-ed there w*' auy dis- and the many cures being daily performed by it, which 400 lusheLs of Corn. "*. } Bill for Divorce. most effectually to secure that moral and mental

bt.'CIJ "U'inced that it Idoned to triumph honesty manly deport. previously had resisted alt other medicines and I the Also, Plahtaiuu Utensils ; Terms made known on Mary Aim McDermond Deft culture for which they are placed in the Institution.

of the whole Umbleii Never skill of the best in the world. It in appearing to ,the satisfaction of the Court that Girls allowed
JlJllllj t5e Democratic J Imrty ment. a politician or partisan-al. physicians I composed day of sale. IT are not receive the attentions of gentlemen
Ann McDermond the Defendant in the aLo.eca.u."e
': *. wJt'Ct n Presidential candickte to of balsams extracts and guins peculiar to IERRY ROWLES, Auctioneers. Mary unless by request of the parent or guardian
*- a statesman and honest man he has resides the limits of the State of Florida .
*' cardinal of ways Arabia in concentrated form all beyond .
lllld rftablb-b the imniKures public -possessing, a 52f The above saloJia .n postponed until the and boys'are not allowed to leave their rooms at

11," 'aidi tilt' Detiwcnwy of the country tliould bewidbo'tLe triumphed over the most astute and accomplished Iheir ttitnulating. Anodyne penetialinir, uncutou first day of January. ,-o that the ordinary procew of law cannot be night, or to form such association as will tend to corrupt

;;d' fUpplJrt niatttrof resolutions and and revulsive properties, and the came which age,* November 1:;, ISM1. 45 5t served upon her: their morals or interfere with their studies.
ed tt. intriguers "political! managersand azo; wt're used by I he "Sons of the Desert," \\ilh It i* thcrrfvre Ordered That a hearing be had in The price of board including washing is $10 per

d-fii j i1f ft-- C''U\'U (1D came to this sensible eon- without solicitation or effort on his part, such miraculous *ucce.i, in curing the diseases of Banaway UiU cause at the Spring Term, 1852. of said Court: month. For further particulars respecting board

''i. thi* r.-MWrt, they did not. Kavttheir opinions is both man and beast. the sukfriber of the 13tb PrariJ'd, This Order be published in one of thenewspapers rates of tuition, &c. tc, zee printed Catalogue, which
ellfIl''II attaining, at an early the offices of ou the night pruitedln tLi for the
d" .t"ll.l fLeir adlOIl.t that they retriiC.olpuii2.c age Head following I'f'nlarkableW'lI, which should FROM City! ofTallala.'Me: be procured bv application to ,.
but may
? .
dollllA '1" two negro men, one belonging to Dr. of three months to the fii of
iii nitangible while! they fh<.uld be Representative in of the tfitHuettr* place space previous >t day
a* Congress Speaker N. IL STEWART
,
Principal.Quincy
u tJ : TIl'l'CteJ a// C lfl .iIoflhj5toequ men H. G. FARRELL'S ARAIMAN LINIMENT! -lt. SewK'j, aUiut 5 feet G inelics LJgli rather j'tll !- said Term. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. 1-
ttt itfi": House of Representatives and Senator of the l IIIw, can read by the nllllIf Peter, was brought to December 13, 185!. 49
4" t cat' "'M'1l. decided. j)*itJvc. bold uafliadiM Fur beyond any similar Tensed,,. 20th Bvc'r. 1851. A true copy-Attest : I ,

,wito' 11I"11. flr the .the'rs. 'f the Hou.-,- venerable Commonwealth of Virginia. A About \earand a lull ago, a w'lIin'arp : l IK will ke Ixick. .Al40
u "mpr tU.usuu.1 Jutiuus. for Lv the in my wileV stomach gradually increasing in ize try ta nr l.i'nr one December 20, 181. 50 3m
1ID.- i- \ -rtt. H kuovru. The country wiif hail profound scholar and philosopher, an aident until it became ay Ure as inv n!t, and so sore that belonging to Gmrge S-'siniM about 5 feet 9 nicheshigh .v'! TIlE subscriber informs the citizens

hit 1v1: illt tfe I uld very strut mid ro nd Jjr i'!ldertd, front teeth CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Monticello, and the travelling
she not bear the least it it
-u augiuy of tli futuw, as it ical- p.itiiot and republican manho devotes n> pressure upon \\ h- ,
nr ina'Ij'i: K"ultthatdl'c."CJ has mtcimmndet.ft-aeli! public that he ha established LIVERY
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'J.ac ,
: ascnr ( a -
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out her estn-me I the
uui"l1 tjlc DC1OCti' giving pam got advice ol I II BY MILLER AND
:: I. ]: i.i a iU; .' "f tit- rl himself to the Fludy of the proper duties of a our best at'Clrrs and they difTcied in about liK.k sis if tla-y: were cauteil by fire bti.iL Also a ne- BROZAW AND SALE STABLE in the town of Monti-
b.v iutwitioji fid opinion
ii fromtLo > : aLMlisttU
.mt, L. jsn'l' : I il aomc sjid it v\as an Ague Cake Jltil. groniium Ixloiupisg to W. P. tc? itt, very black, a- Tallahassee Fkritla.c cello, and will keep constantly on hand Hones. Buggies -
oUi* uiau ifi. statesman rather than to the fiivolities and ; ; 1 C 'meulwn. tk t-vcry* oily fOalI. 1- of the Spleen ; si/nie/ hat it \\33 all Knlarpement of U.ut lit year* old."She left almut the l.-t lat. We the :f-- ? r I MI E-t11I'CriLerihnt'e received large i to, for hire and for -\1e.oo the very lowest cash '.

C :-i..:, ,': !.1'. "'IJ i.nwhtfi''lIutl'UI Sv.'S th' Jin-eudtawy country of theGrceley chicaneries of partisan: politics, l R. M. T. the Ovaiies : and others aid it was a Tuu.or of (he M.I-smlHrs; will pay the reward! -20 ea
< I.t. ::- :: i ill' ti. f.dr.rti LXtL2t3Vt." Hunter is a man \\lio would fill with honor Our i.", and conli! not be cuicd except by rutting it dinr\.0.' of said n !rlt.'J to us or in Iill\- safe Juil where AND HARNESS, which they is always ready to convey passengers to any point at

It\.I I. I'liti''l jei : out In this cnt'cal; situation. I Iva<> pcisuad to we :ui get them. offer for "al,- (In the most reawnable! term. All per- the slMirte} notice. Horses left at the Stable will receive -
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-Slavery- -- Extension. and usefulness to the country the highest tta- I try I 11.I G. F"lu'lI'lad.i..n Linuiient upon; it, and Any Ilt'ro'1l wi.sl.hig t-> give any inf"nniti aliouttl MHH wi-hing: to purchase any of the above articled, the best of attention.

tions under Government. He ill etraiige! as it tn.<\' appear. u;>on lie I third application ,.'!e'nt'gntI, will please :addr r thus our
oJ1
New Tribune \\
certainly -
the
Thl' odit.jr of I Le,. Co Fla. December 13 1851. 49 *
4t
f\\e\ ban to imtirove;' &, and lii' continued CellingIxMter n 13. 1851. 49 tf ,

a li>"k into thC future and p* nits to a ; give strength to Douglas." dailx, until no\\ lie is as well as tvei-en A. 3!. R. SESSIONS, -
te
jtl'I" excellent he.ilth. GEORGE; SPi>SONS, AUCTION.O Desirable Residence for Sale.THE .

I ril'111 l oft 1ll'! sectional: warfare ill case ubse-1 LONDON QUARTERLY Ill"Ww.r have P,.,t..ialucb: 5,1 b ID.) D. M'CONNCLL. W. J. SCOTT. N the first of January next, we will hire before subscriber wi.he< to sell I i i'4 residence

outfit fVfiJts! glioalJ] bring to the doors of the received the No. of this valuable Review for December 20, 1851 50 tf our Store, CHARLES, a first-rate Bricklayer ffim f one and a half mile*North West

wiitb cousiitution i[: Robert llii.t-? Posl na ler, ?a\s : ] amid Plasterer. J J&* of Tallahassee. TEe pIace contains one hun

hion a .Slate a reeogui- the October quarter. Time following is the CiRf-siowN, PA., Match 2;, IS-19. Just Arrived. BERRY i ROWLES, Auctioneers, &c. dred and sixty acre of Land, of which eighty acres a.

:: I ig 1vrv: table of contents:-l ft, Widow Hurtling One woman ha' II'II-J! >(>ur Li"illlt'lltVllh gnat Ill \VE jut n-ccived by the la-t vessel from New December 13, 1851. 49 St are cleared and enclosed with a new fence. The improvements -

', cotton-broker it hive pnccck" Slip bad I Ios.f (| ne of hei li-2S for.three ork, an invoice of men's, women'-, ehihlrcn'!.lmtl ---- consist ala framed dwelling house 36 by

All! says a may I Major Ludlow ; 2nd, Life and Words of1; \jrs. I the cord-i belie;j contracted so I that her leg< inf.uit'.* Shoe: ci'mpriiing i many styles not heretofore AUCTION.ON 40 feet, ((.ntninin; sue: fine room; a framed kitchen;
resist the extension oltlj i
ken vu-H eiiouglito Bi hop Kerr. 3J Puritanism in the Highlands xvi re bent a* iuuri lil: <-t-t.mdiu? as i" ntluraltii I otFt-red in this market. There arc al"", four caeGentlemen's THURSDAY, the M JANUARY.: will a substantial barn and a well of excellent water.-
I
: 'eri itt iH'vv UTiitories while! 111 at was apactical I the fiu.iti inn."f the le-* \ hue .iitir i >:. and >he (.uld l? >oti, aborted to wliich I invite attention. sold before Store ] NEGRO, Terms made known upon application toJESSE

: (jafstiou ; tat tlOW that is xtUlcl -''The men ; 4th, Correspondence be- not tifiid them in (the )least ; but bv' I the u"e of 11. r.F..lI"drs The abovevill be sold low ttl ck- e a ootisignment BOY, aged about 23 our years-a,first one rate likely wagoner,field P. SMITH.

tin! re i is no mm t'XCQ'S for agitation-and it txveen Mirubeau and the Count de la :March ; Aiabian; Linunmi: "he is now able to walkwith J. M. WILLIAMS, Land), anJ ostler. Terms Credit to the 1st October December S. 1S5U 48 3m
.. j Cj.e and Iao a s'\Ii htlill.u. I have fnun l it December G, 1851. 4 g 110 Monroe st
iiut: 1 (' J'I lt.gH1kfltL' 1I0W-. 5th, V'i'kin's Edition of Thomas; Krowne; I a most excrf-llt'cl rcm/vtv lor hnr!e llt-! >h ; .1 No, for --, ISO'-, with 8 per cent interest.BERRY Notice.

\ ) I 'I\) you mis-read or mis-state every thing 11Ich requires an external rcnHy. Notice. ; t ROWLES. Auctioneers, &. ]luxrin demands
Gth, The Lexington Papers ; 7th, Lyill-on I December 13. Ib51. 49 2t ALL person ; against the e!tate
Tat qmtliMi af t diiecry cftctisiitn is no! scu.d.It 1 notified that J. )1cnrOt.k John Rawl deceased late of Gad. n
Life anti its Successive Developments 8th The Opinion of an OU, Krprritnctd and Scitntiic TJIB public are hereby ,.
; ,
Count
\\ is present and |"itent to-day! At this mo- t'ariitr.WAII.NGTOK. Columbus,Ga, was n-ceutly authorized to wt- Chattahoochie Land for Rent. '. are hereby notified to present them to the

mitat, ('LL ouu: j is CHI.I\'uJoStod \ a projecteduaitiemueniii. Papal Pretentious ; 9lh, Revolutionary Lit. IOWA, June 2'). 1 119. tIe our bu-ine""tand that huha.s left tin State of Florid undersigned; Administratrix within the time prescribedby
and under igned will receive proposals Talla law, or this notice will be plead in bar and all
.'!)! \Lich i is to cut off her &uutliim erature. From the bpeerlv: anJ peimanent cures doth on without doing! l0.r c therefi.re! ; revoke tint an-, THE. e until the 10th day of January next, (in- persons indebted to said estate are requested to make
mil the of to him fur -
hull'and make.itt and m % : u wter.ilorJ-J c*, to ,) rent ensuing yejr, lying in payment immttlaatey.tlJre] S the Administratrix
and thtJ"e indtbteU to us not
'I U'e term"There" are various pretext) Lola Montez remains: in town, and is at anmivtie ieif..ruiinz I (! ) nil hesitate to pronounce it the h'reLyrILm Jackson County, West of the ChattahoocLie River 14 Tallahassee, Flrnda."
make but to
to one
patfiirtsubat l ; davery is at the bottom of the residence, prefening it to a hot d.- "Gient Toting hUIth.r Ht'r.1l'dydtle( (hese ,Age. I have practiced ud iiave lIit.Jall >- payment any us.WM.. IL COIIN, con.i-.tmg of about 400 acres-a large portion of ELIZABETH KAWLS Adm'x .

!" The :outhem Her late agent in France, .M. Roux, i is lll..o l in twenty JPJU.; < LEWIS COIIN. 'hkh is bottom land, and as good as any on the December_ 1851. 4t9 8t o
"nit/OII: projKigandistsoue [I the nriou1Iillin.t'lIt?, (bjrttrneOt!", i.r, sv> much River. -
town. On learning of the departure of she UiTed in the but I must that H. G. Monticello, FL-u D< fi, 1851.li fit Hale 1st in
for oue moineiit) taken tiieir eves up p.tPt'IS ; kjy The Land is known a* Pope's Old Field"- it is Postponed Monday January.In .

IIJfofSoutlu4rn) California ; they long agode"nuined fair dansuse with her new agent, 1 by the Humboldt Farrell'sro1Liaa Liniineiit exceei! > ?;,y lil, I ever --- -- a Blutf "Inch is used to a Steamboat Landing, for
jade use of. ]By its u->?, I have cured .Sweeny and Towle & Myers, Chancery. ,
he t out for and took
s' Liverpool, the of selling wood to Boat
pas.
(t' tu have it for a tll'e! >'tate; and they lonz aill'-r had been iiitujble purpose| IX LEOS CIRCUIT
S"\'ifl they COURT.
$ pronounced handand are now receivirs.a new and cash-to be in advance.FREDERICK
The
J the America in search of the terms are paid
ln 'e now, !IhIII! ; ." to the Union .lfc.1 Coinimiteeaiid sage by fugitive. and I mae rued more than City hort. liii->i if HAVEon assortment! ol GOODS consisting[ ot TOWLE. David G. Raney and Harriet France,1,U Wife,doctors

: kiiuiied' agencies, a Congress little lie arrived here on Saturday, and has looked >a"on \\ jib your Liniment, crnbradtmg every >hade Gold Lever Hunting Watches. December 13, 1851. 49 4t of Latimcr Armiatead, deceased

".el\ to nmt'LII\ ilFectual resitJiiieelothfirfmaiJt fox her in (\'CI'hotd in the city. She had a ,.t disease, from scratches and biui.-ies up io Spavin Gold Anchor Lever do t'-

\Vtliull have to resist i them suit with M. Roux, in Paris an account of Hini-Bone and \\ef'ny. I can also bear testimony Silver Lever Hunting doSitter Shirts of all Kinds, Eugenia Arrniatcad, and Mary Armistead Executrixof
per- flf ils good] 1 efTects on the human cyslrtn. I wac confined Anchor Lever do Marc
A.
which we published on Saturday lasL-Y. Y.Herald. : and Colored with Embroidered Anniatead decen.TTSDER .
IHTE
uIIsu\'t''ffuh', bnl trilh \T7 Fancy -soroe
taps ; us to-day, asnii nearly all last winter to my room with Khrumatisrn Lapine and common doGentlemen's \ 't the Order of the Court in the above enti-

: JI,. }Ytttsier a ihorl lime ego, resistance and could gel nothing t to help me, until I and Lilies'! Bo nm Pin ,3 general assortment Bosoms-beautifully stitched-f if both *-' tied cause, the following lands belonging to the
Broad; and Music Plait well made and will fit to
i oininenced lite use of vour Liniment, which entirely of Ear and Finger Rini Gold Guards and a i late firm
of L
it
watery extension: is a matter of conscientious A Gcm-A Mother's Love. ; charm. For sale by partner-hip 3L A. Ann ttteacJ. will
uly, and calculate the cured! me. WAI. U. GRIMES. Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals Gold and Silver cheap be offered for ale at Public Auction to wit:
we cannot! to W. T. MITCHELL.
stop When all else have
deserted and
you, PeficiI, .,Gold PensGold Silver Spectacles, GoldIt'e'e L Lying in Leon County:
fiances of success. Well, Mr. Wood, sup. friends have withdrawn their smiles of approbation Sun Pain of ten years ttanJin% cured ly H. G.ron'dr. Collar and Hosr-m Button, Silver, Pearl, and December 13, 1851. 49 tf Tbe E. of Sec. 11, the S. W. J and the W. i of

p ethe country-should be plunged' into a and affection, and leave you to mourn .iralian Liniment.Mr. I Shell Card Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles fine St. John's of the N. W. J of Sea 12, T. 1, IL 2, N. & containing .
: Seminary Learning
Mi ; II. G FARRCLL-Dear Sir :-1 1 had been aflicltd Buffalo Comb ,
and
r.nl. Silver
conimntioi respecting the openiig: of the follies of life when 562 31-100 acres, lying near the plantation of John
over an illcpent society the Sun I'.in" for the
wiih last
I ootLern Calilomia ten years, AN. French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tel AT MADISON C. FLORIDA. Parkhill, E. .
will .
to tlaxery, you charge has banished you from its presence and and could get never pet relief except by bleeding ; Travs, Plated aiJ Silver \Vjre, Silver T-hik and Tea
AlsotheE.4oftheN.W.. of Sec. W. of .
cjwtli fomenting: slavery agitation ? cast fLee upon the world as unfitted for the but by the use 'gf II. G. Kan ell's Arabian Liniment Spooin, Plated S|>oons, Forks, Cr-am and Soup Ladies THE Board' to of the Trustees Masonic take Fraternity great pleasure and the in public an- the S. W. 4 of Sec. 29, and so i much of 32.the E. f* of
But
why neede point to California ? The applied over I the temples about three or four I limes Plated Waiters, do.Tea Sets 1 Cantors, Candlesticks -
company of tho good, and you feel that you generally, that the iixercises of this Institutionwill the S. W.$ and of the W. i of the S. E.J of See. 29, .
it entirely removed, and I have felt
*o2of a day, was no. Silve and Gilt Girandoles.
Solar Lamps
Cuba a1nost.t
ourdoore still smokes allotted to L. Armistead in with
as was H
are undeserving the sympathy of the \iituous commence on the SECOND MONDAY IN JANUARY a partition
thin of il sine. I went inlo the stable one ni M,
"ltd ; ; Al.1o. fine double ban.filed Gnus, Shot and Carte
tie tlood of its defenders, hot down in and the upright when all around you is dark to applv it to a horse's More leg, and b'in'IY lame 13agi. and Fh. *.tine pocket Knive Porte Monr.ie, NEXT, under the superintendauce of Mr. W. Braden, known as Rock Haven containing 260 0
truing au invasion of which the main i stumbled and Ml! against' lees and ISAAC ACJ.D, late Principal of Greenwood Institute acres, all in T. 2. R. 2, S. & E.
pring and cheerless, and the future seems an arid my cm-hing Port Folios, Violins, Claronets, and Flutes, fine Razor The abo-e will be offered for sale before the CourtllousebTallabasseeonthefirstMondayinJanuary .e
"u Southern luit of conquest for die sake waste. When feel that life has become !. bruzing them tin badly teat they turned a* black as '. Strops. fcc.quality I IEeII South Carolina, aided by competent Awdstants.
you m hate rendeiiug them pov\eiles. I applied and assortment .f : Mr. AnD comes among us bearing the highest testimonials
ofwcreasiug the of tlavery: in our fed'a. ) your general Perfumery, next.
power burden there is friend who will '
of and in
a
r.-J [ I one never Jnimeul.and wa. well enough in a trw days to go kc., &(. TOWLE & MYERS. character scholarship success ",
Messrs
Wehbler and Fillmoreyet forsake you. No matter how dark the stain about again as uual. I also crushed my finger in a December R, 1S51, ,49 teaching, and the Trustees have no hesitation in commending -

Lamenot pronounced istanee to that of sin that rests upon thy soul or how deep hockinsr manner.bv- lei line' a back los fall upon' it :. this Institution under his direction to the Sale on Thursday, January 1, 1852.IL .

lura ajrgresbixe, so we will presume that thou hast fallen into degradation-thy moth )our Liniment soon healed it up, though.. 'JCrlnt.; patronage of the friends of Education throughout this Lying in Gadaden County r
11 and the States.
i JOHN H. M'GEE. adjoining
not stigmatized as such l hJ' die Union er will not desert tliee. When nil elee 'havegiven PTJIE Plantation betonginj the estate of L II Lot No.= 5 in frac. S -c. 26 ((56 acres,) and Lot No. I a
The be
to the founders
& La Stile precinct, Peoria ca, HI., Feb 6, 1S49. object sought accomplished by -
% ColnrlliUt't'nd 1_ on'Liike lamonia fourteen miles in Sec. 35 all in .
just across our thee as lost and ruined, she will Branch lying of this Institution i is to dispense the blessings ofa ((155 acres.) T. 3, 7, N. & W*
liesUTn up North of T llaha ee. There are about 450 acres of known as the town site.
frontier the blood of the deren.II. read l\e sound practical education to all who desire to Aspalaga
To Imposition,
guard against fulllll'illgca"fuly.
may
advise and
stand comfort to to
by to carets. with Also, S. W. Sec.
hind good imprwementg.If i 25 ((160 25-100 Lots Nos.
acres,)
of ,
open
the and its laws is become i its beneficiaries, and to bring this great boon
country now flow. A mother's love, who can apprejiato it ?- not sold or rented: privately before the first Monday S and 5, and W. $ of S. W. 4 of Sec.35. and Lot No. '
InS III tie The Public are particn'aily cautioned again'aiase within the reach of all even tIle most humble. In
streets of Matauioras, shed in a In danger, sickness, or in death she is the counterfeit which has lately made its : in January it will-on that day. be rented to the the language of a circular issued at the commencement 4 in Sec. 34, all in T. 8, R 7, N. and W, containing.
pretended revolution but real appear bidder before the Court House door in this 545 i the A ,
acres, adjoining
invasion ( tract.
highest palaga
roir4 same kind-hearted unchanging creature. ancr, and i ii* called by the Imoostor who makes it of the project, "it u our design to educate the
ein the conjoint interests of Clty Also, E. i of S. K i, and E. $ of N. E. 4 of Fee 13,
and
TViJ smugglingftttnjvlmy When fortnne smiles he rejoices W. B. FarrelPs Arabian L-'niment. This is i children orphans of indigent Master Masons free
upon you, JOSEPH BRANCH, ) in T. 2. R. 4, N. & W. and S. i ofSee.1SjnTIt
The and liable deceive from his Adm'J. of for Tuition and the children of others ;
> game annexation is just dangerous fraud more to n. charge upon
at and in the dark: hours of II BRANCH } 3, N. & W
prosperity; containing 68-100 within
your acres, one
Sl-l and tlie of the Sierra beat i OJ I the name of Farrrll. Therefore' be part ieu- snch terms as may be prescribed. We appeal to an '.
republic 48 4t mile of Quincv.1'be .
adversity, to a mother can you confidentlylook tar ntver call foi it by the name, FairrtPs," for newnher.IUl. enlightened public to assist us in our effort of humanity -

, "tre"? 1i'pa4ng to follow the republic of for sympathy and consolation. Treat unpiincioleddealers' will imt>)e this spurious mix and save us from failure and defeat-firm in the above will be offered for sale in Qnincy before

I latimi.e.xu I "Jfwpotreiing the native popu. thy mother with kindness, so that when she uie upon you for the genuine! but aiwaps; ask for For Sale. belief,and confident in the hope that our appeal will the Court House, on Thursday the 1st day of January .

; .wn dl J. expelling] the Mexican have II.G.. arrt'lt'. Arabian Liniment"' and lake no other, most valuable Plantation on the Apalachicola not be disregarded.The next.
lies'down will
flUthOjtjaafld soldiery thirdly in the grave you no cause as the genuine always ha* I the le'lers II. G. LeCore TilE belonging to tile estate of the late Reuben scholastic year will be divided into two sessions Terms for all the Lands one-third of the purchase

for aduj0 into ; ] in applying to curse yourself for having wounded her gentle I Farreli's ; his signature! is also on the outside wrap Hicks, deceased known as the Hicks Place" lying' of five rrcHitlis each. Tuition for each session to be money in cash, and the balance on a credit of one

M'ith pover our Union as a tJa\'e State, spirit. per.f and these words blown in I the jrla s bollle :- on the West bank of the River in CallwUn County paid invariably in U'ance.RATES year. Purchasers will pay for title papers.BENJ. .

-Ii tbh to gI'e; fctii. to other Jave States. ,. '' H. G. Flra II'1t Aaiabian Liniment, Peoiia containing nineteen hundred l and fifty-eight and a half F. WHITNER.
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IS pt'rft'Cl1j transparent; it is passing -- --- Azenfs wanted in every town, village and hamlet ucre -the most of it fine river bottom or cane brake OF' TUITION. Master in Chancery.
tO-da j tefol'i' Tallahassee Frame, Sash, Door, and Shutter in fine : November 1. 1851. 43 5t [Sentinel ts"
OUr in the United Slates in which one i is not established. land-about 500 acres cleared and state for .
'yes Messrs.' W'od For the wit .
branches to Orthography
-
; elementary
yet : Reading, ,
COlIDS! & C 0. lnform Factory. i iI Apply by letter to II. G. Farrell Peoria, Illinois, cultivation, with good euijar works and other'valuable Arithmetic Notice.
Grammar
that 1 tcper
'Eo '
us
agita.
tj A\'er.r character it-will be offered at sale
OQ II \\iihgooilrefcienceaslo responsibility, improvements on private
flclush'dJ'of Northern origin, is con- I I. W. BOWEN, : &.C until the first Monday in January next, ((1'52,) when For session Rhetoric- f5 00 S x months after date, the tmder ijned, Administrators
ary to the higher English branches. Logic
1 Practical Builder and furni.hfree of chart before Courthouse of the estate of TbomasBurnette will .
OOSLLtUt1OU dangerous to the Manufacturer of Material Call on the agent who will it will lie exposed at public outcry the Ancient and Modern Natural Philosophy ap
11100,Ind 1lI'lst Le l'l'T Ln'x.oLet Iland for JSuiltir a book containing much valuable information for door in the town i>l Quincy to the highest bid- History, ply to the Judge of Probate of Madison County, fora
b us ChemUtry, to. session, 10 00
IJ and It ]IJ1t' thi is -- '- every cla s of citizens. tier if not w,ld bffrc. ,.fur furtlwr part t'ularil! apply per final eentlement and di char done ---- For Language,!higher Mathematics,Moral and
S. HUBBARD M. D. Dentist I Price-25 cents' 50 conls. and fl per b. tllt'. to BUinVELL B< WILKES Executor, DAVID G01JNTO. t ,
PAnlSI!; _:: ; The only genuine i iot manufactured bv 11. G. Far. Diamond (Jrove, Virginia, or to Intellectual! Philosophy, Political Economy, DANIEL BURNETTE f Admra-

l PDlldl'Ilt of the] IIIOThc V Palis (fOKWKllLV ('e 2C9 BALTIMOKE KT, BALTJMOKK) nIl, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale P. W. WHITE, Quincy, Fa. etc, per session 20 00 Madison_County, December 1 3, 1 851. 49 6m .

A X Ifrrald says : cOITes.1 ,gyNFORMS the public that be has e.ttJ Diu;; il:, No. 17 Main street Peoria III., and for December 6. 18n.: 4* 5t [Sentinel
n In of health and order Sale
jtyll' 01 .. tJt.d ( --- ----- -- -- point morality good we Large of Negroes.
Lore drej11.v the hair is !in J liimtx M-niiaiu'iitv nthe mfu'y.amiti sale wholesale and retail at propiietor's prirrs by

I \t.th tht' :dit18 of 1 aiis the! hair is not will >ifcit regularly following LEWIS .t AMES, Agents. ITYCOTTONWEIGHEB.JJAVING venture the ass-crti-m that the village of Madison is- BY virtue of an Order of the Court of Chancery I
; and in the State.
I
unsurpassed unequallexl
tQdl-d, pillct..: December 27, 151. 51 1 3rn Madison County, I will for sale
rPlei"d \\ith any pomatum, nor is I -- been ftp .illtf'(1 one of the City Cotton Board can lie obtained in private families on rea- the first day January before expose upon
next
th
Court house
Qooth lut j it j ig f/, l.1.td :1u'd; CliI'IJld, a ia nero. Tulltlia: !- flirliriJeewtAn: ) !, I notify the Planters and Merchants satiable terms. A convenient Boarding House will door in said ? .
County FIFTY-SIX
Ti) ille Fine French Dress Boots NEGRO SLAVES
1'indeilown
1 .nui \ Albany, ,
is is Ji d! tc> be tie Madame de Pom- I of Leon, HI!- lf'nlltl the surrounding Counties IIl..o be erected by the Trustees at an early period Any the property of the estate of Sampson IL Butler.
lIluk'IJ, 'ulmJra Stal b'i:1<, \ ND CONGRESS GAITERS of -
P4d0uri IIII1'criorff,1. addressing
hlt. itJ the nl'flr.i.1'1nntt"N that I will attend conl'tntlvatthe further information will be cheerfully given by deceased. .
hdil's ; hut 1 do ,,ot admire it. The Hrf"n. t.\111Y.i-.1 I Aiii<-rious.f quality and niibli, for sale low bv in Tallahassee to receive nIl.corros the undersigned. Terms-one-third cash balance in one and
n1 Wj. Calls from the '' fitrv win! bo traded DejHit personally two years, bearing eight cent. interest from day
a |jtlj of like ( to.- t W. T. 3IITCIIELL.IoccnTher per
gilk. of Trn"tt't'1.CIIARLBS
L'Ian' VCKtf a and TOBACCO intrusted to my care. My By order of the Board of 61. .
"'nisf-'It! with! n t..miU' oat mtt lit lIe! A'l.ircs} S. HUBBAUI 51! iuiucy, Fla. 13, 18:1. 4'1 tf Scales, brought from New Yt rk, will be adjusted ana RUSSELL, Ftcrclary. R. G. NAYS '
)0.-\'I1II'r27.18l1.
C"atust) like a lnan8 dress; the fcWrt fallitig __.__!ly_ __ I -- ((certified the In"jn-ctor of Scales end Weights of Madison C. II, December 13, 1851. 49 2m Commt *loner and Rtcrivtr.

I' flf a different Steam Mill for Sale. the Custom lloue there. My station at the Depot Madl1\D. November .
color to the coat and Auction. 29.1851. 47 6t / .
tt'6t: Glo\ Sfeam Mill tutu d I.inds, in two miles of Monti- will jxv es-s cue great advantage over any other nearer Agua Ardiente.

Illirtof are WOln a ]la Swede, made of O N TUESDAY, Ctli day (Jaauary, 1852 will I* MY ., are offered for Kila The land are pine: the Stores- -wiving in the Dray e alone, fight twenty gallons of the real Simon Pure Fresh arrival from New rk. .

lOtI I d\ulldrC'-.sal 1id. .J1... w'ar chatc- ..1d at the ]limitation vf Edgar M. Garuvtt, l> j, of the first quality,and contain 760 acres. The Steam cents on every bag of Cotton ; the Yard, too, being ABOUT Santa Cruz-the best thing for Egg-nogg Flour, for Waffles Cakes, to, I

., I',:ft tht feet" made of argent dor. tue following P""I".rty : Mill haM valuable Machinery attached to it I will strongly feiicod and in good repair, the Cotton will extant-on hand and for sale by RICE Starch Puddings Custards At

tIo.OTeJewe.. Iii Worn than' Her, and a profu.. J,,uO I Ju'su.-k! of Com sell it tin a credit, either ]long or fhort, as may be de. bo more secure from injury. and can also be forwarded S. S. KNIGHT. Fish Sound Clearin": Coffee, ? ,

or J'jebr1rJc1ctit &c. 10KWJ U, Fodder. sired, by paying iiittrebt with less dtlay I hope the Planters and Mer- December 13, 1851. 49 Powdered Horse Raci! .h,
.
are difJ.IBoclLieh COO P.ii .hls &- J IVa .
> ;,
(
have W. D. MOSELEY. chants TR ill give me thenpatronage, as I am determined Cheese Paste for Se t
Lunch
to l'itJl effect Notwithstandinglj 12 Iliad! HortsauJ Mules, Doccmlxr; 13, 181. 411 4t to deserve it bv strict attention to my bu bets.CUAULES For Sale. Salad Cream for "
'ipUon) it &0 Head Cattle DressingsPalamond f
J mutt not be supposed that L. DEMILLY, tur ,
"siuon.u i mcol5oned hasllt uncouth la or 60 Head H'*gs, Dr. G. T. MAXWELL Cotton and Tobacco Weigher. LOTS No. 9 and 10 in the North Addi. ChocoLite Breakfast, y 4

aeu1tne Oxen. Wagon Carts amid Ilatrfati'iii Utomils witha Tallahassee 9 1851. 31 tlJ m. of the city Tallahassee, with al fiuprrior .
*tfl n 'earatace; Ol1 the! contrary, it sits tJfwcral Assortment of Houccholj and Kit.cLClll"ur- HAS located permanently in Tallaha.'wec, for the August the improvements thereon consisting of a Spanish Olives, French and Eng. }Mustard 'J?

I, fc.i.* .nd-A ba quite jaunty ou the graceful niture. Terms made known f snl& purpoi of jiracticing: his p "fes-5lln. Office '.' '1 Lady dwelling house. with commodious Kitchen and other Pickleti, Preserves, :. tc

1 lc BERRY idfjic at Mr. Flagg'a. 1 out building: and also a Store-house suited to a mod BERRY & n WLES.
t.t.._ December 13, If51 49 graduated at the Greer.boro, N. C. Female December 6,1851. 43' .
A. J't''mll1'1' 27, 1851. fit t WHO erately Vized stock of goods. The Lots contain one ,
Jl(' the Class of 1849,) desires a situation
cdit e. (
t. ,
cautions Lit readers
< a.ng --- each. The whole *
-CJra --- ---- acre will be sold cheap as I have -
Teacher either in a public school or private family. Notice. '
: d ? short girfs, because this habit CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.D. Notice. as to IX Madi-on C. U concluded to leave the State. For further particulars !
Apply Livingston, Florida wlio hate
persons demands ,
'he undtlloulderedb : E. creditors legatees and entitled to dis S. C. apply to JAMES J. OLIVER. ALL any against ihe
HULL, ALL persons or to M. Town..enll, Bennettsvillt, of John B. Doggctt, deceased .
LteSelJd l1U and out of the of Robert E. 'December 6, 1851. tf late ofJet.
girls to of estate 47
us-we'l risk our on'E1tS for tale a ll'lcntlid assort November 29,1851. fern* County, Florida will present them without de. '
aa fohouldcr8. Gibson deceased, late of Gadwien County, are hereby ; s
for
2Tif f Carriages wid Buggies, at lay payment either to m'yle1tbr Mr.
: .Notice.SlX .' Joseph Branch, .
notified to their claims and demands to the Notice. .
ttr to mit the inies. in present in the
All prices Alo, Store, cityof :TaUahassee who in .
anthurizedagent.
It tIthangc III'per "y tl at a lad of fif. Saddles Bndals Martingales, Harness of nil linds, undersigned within two years from this date, or the : weeks after di ltt',. slush apply to the Honora .weeki after date. I shall apply to the Hon. D To claims not presented within my tonly the time '. f.,

'who saunters about 6h smokes both double anJ, Mtijrle Carriage Trimmings of alkinJi said claims and demands will be barred at the ejrpiration SIX Judge of Pnbate in and for the County of Gwynn, Judge of Probate of Leon County. for by law, thU notice will be pleaded in bur.prescribed

the1 toLArcR job! P cigars, Springs, Asjes, Bolts, aid In Lict, every thing of said period, agreeably td provisions of the jenVrwin, for letters >f admiiuVtration tm the estate of letters of ailminwtiation do bofii n/wt on the estate o' All persona indebted to aid! estate '
xviac are requested to
'it) .oralu| i in love statute in such raws made and provided. Jonathan Padrfck bate of said deceased. .
0 County ,
lady mudi 1der usually )kept in a store of this kind. Jeee. Fleld late ot aid.. County, decea ed. make immediate payment L
titan llim FLORIDA. F. GIBSON Adm'x.DecembcrlS I ]LT.BLOCKEFt.Decembct .
is .
lf' "rot. tr Il< naim done at.fchort notKxi., JOlli WOotEN JOHN TILLERY AdnV
'fore ,
sip December 27, 16:11. (1 "tf 1851. 19 8t Jefferson CbtotV, Jecembcr 18, 1851. 4B 6t 6, ISM.. 15 6t December C I 1851.: {_? .t c

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NtW YORK WIRE RAILING WORKS. In Chancery. P. P. LEWIS, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING f I rat orrttscmcnt9 SAHUH, HOYT

r 1 IUBL1G ..attention M invited t m new improveJL I* Jffferton Circuit Court-JfMte Cirenit. Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. G ENERAL COMMS9QN! !

mrnt in manufacturing Iron Ratlin*, Grating, Alexander Scott,, AdaiV. of Aaron B.C. Scott, decU, ':- ; ;;;L 7 COM3 in the new building immcdiatelv r'T'HE subscriber i 4 now receiving a larjje and jplenJL -* : TaxColle tor'sSale. Ix vita MERCFfA
t'A made from Iron Rods arid Wrought Iron, dcsigua.ted -. East of the Post Office vlxre'he did a3s"rtnientof Kail and n Inter lie ad>made AD or
virtue of authority rested In me by law5, 1 thai! Ev ery DescripUon
will be fo-on-i Clofhiii?. consisting in of CLOTH CLOAKS B afAgj
i l David FL 31. Scott, Mitchcl L.Scott. William J. Scott unless 1rofeiaIly. part forsak' K-f..re the Court House mMontwclIo tuipIenir
WISE OVER 4V!
RAILING. expose
4 Ma!. Septembr 7 35 COATS of different descriptions, Black ant p
Ann Town-tend Ann
1 1i'y (formerly y Scott) i8o. J fftri4iui Cour.ttin the. fiNt Monday in March nvit.
V It i*"thc rnnst Kstutiful wlo-tire for public or r>ri- Wid"W and: Adnimhfratraof Thom.i*J.Townsc-nd, Rrown Dress and Frock Coats; Cloth, Cossimcre. th nfRane4N and .A':50' Geerzja anI FTCT4IThTT

..4. ..4 .rbur.etc.4'tc.T*te grounds, mni), cemetries, balconies, verandah, J.deceased, and her minor duMn-n, btir* of Tltoituw FORWARD &, TOWLE, Tweed, Satinett COATS and: Cloth Blanket, Gissimerc, SACK, Tweed and other and BUSINESS Sutinctt -- E cESWofSer.5.inT.I; the \VN E 4 vfSee,5, Viii, i; 1.ofRani.e4. N .Also,: .. kind Colacn of Cuihitevevv 3fl sto a.

u .1, **? .. 4 Town-til, deceased.Y Attorneys at law & Solicitor in Chancery, PANTS ; VESTS of all! qualities and styles. an] _, Lot 5. (if ScC. Si, in 1' ?, of Iiane 4 c-.a fur Whlid Plodner\
WINDOW GUARDS AND GRATING( B virtue of a Decree in Chancery in will cause at AH"of wT JrItTiave I>-ron- manufactured" from* the Li- N anti E. or .o much thereof wnijaay anti Eitisf) Fur s. C S'i15, slid

4 ''t rFor *tr res, dwellings lunatic asylums pn,'on stcam- November term of t'ai 1 Court "I will exp-we f.>rKiV TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. test and! m wt durable teml\of workmanship u- the! Estate of Thomas P. Iiandolpl Taxes due to the SAMUEL noYT.Messrs. .

: t7 : ""fhiH| &c. Iron Bedsteads, with w ire hackings, tee iu front of the Conrt I twite door, in Monticello, W (. A. FonwAin, I Sinox TOWLE.iff perior, and Myles most f.ulJ.m.iMrt. All of which State anti County for 1851, amounting to 23 17 ctit.e.idet'

;. guards coal and ore towns, and a v Mfl.ty IIf articles Jefferson County, on the fir t Monday in January. 1::4 t'fft. Awputine. \ will lx l 4l Tt red for sale at a small advance on the cost, b cost antl etpea m Said lands are situated

.r ti o numerous to mcntimi, which) ilu) invention is 1 susceptible 1852, witliiu legal liours, a certain tract of Lund, to October 4. If 51. 39 at the A>w Cah Clotting iu tho said County of Jefferson. Wet of onticella.!

ii; : of jv MS'siaj convenient*)* never before wit : Sor.w.. T. MITCHELL. JOHN WOOTEN, A'q'riiiwi & C,, S atittah

p : 'Jcnown, rc ulting from theiaiprovemcntfir which tlu- Th eEoftheNE1ofSec.3tanT} I.offl.3, Nand A. r. M1XWELL. SI. D. PAFT November.1,1 S51. 43 tf Tax Collector and As eor.. FRAtlN & Ba'rtI. C.

article was patented. For elegance, fivnbined witlifctnfigth FthWuftIieN; W J of See 3. in T 1. ofIt r MAXWELL fit PAPY, November 22, 1651. 46 Sm W'r.Tr&PAtr .

.. for the b..sauty of i-'s innumerable \arietv of 5, Sand PL; and the X W J of the N Ej.f S3, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Sheriff's Sale. Swirr DK.XHLOV 4 Co

: .i. 4>f designs, and_txpnriiulr"] fir dieapnew, (at one )ialf iu 1' 1, of H 5,8: and E, containing in oil 2oO acres, Tax Collector's Sale. WM. P. MILLEt Cn Y ,
virtue of
.' less t'lan' cvt it is more or less.An TALL.UIAS.SELFLOKIUA.. BY a Decree of Leon Circuit Court (in RrcGir (tit
jron.) altogethrr unrirallol
by virtue of the vested in law I &
any power me by ,
.,.-. thing as yi-t ofTcrcd; to the public! The pLin
.'. : tli rcxlu is so cimtrived that each binds the other, scriptioii : Jack,a man, Judv, a woman, Ellen, a girl. the Union Bank of assignment fnmi Q'lincy, in 'he County of Gadsden, on the second: II. S. F ri,
'V iind thus a mutual support is i given to each individual Very, a T oman. arid her cliildrcn. PurchaMra to pay CHARLES W. DOWNING, Florida are plaintiffs and Turbutt Monday of My next, the following described property .pternr 6, 35 f
defendant
T / R, Ik'tton I have I leyjeul
I! : of thy wln le structure. fur ti'Jci Conditions CVL ATTORNEY AND upon and will
jKirt It is IxJieved that fa COUNSELLOR AT LAW, fur sale or so much thereof as will pay the Stale and
ex before the Court House door the Tax
.i bric* finned of the largest wire, and manufactured in WILLIAM BUD), Tallahassee, Florida.C5J" pose Of TnIJaia.-ce. m County Taxes due thereon from IS 15 lo l5.>lioclu'and | Collector's Sale7

this manner, will endure at Ica t five times the vio Master iii Clianciry.Jefler Office at the city On. the 5t/t i the neces'ar> expense incident (hereto, towil virtue tf the porter vested m mA.
Capitol Jfirmlay Jay nf January.
lence that a Cast Iron Railing in ordinary U nn Conntv. December 6, 1851. 48 at' 1S52. : shall exposv for !
u-e aebefuje
capa MAt 15, 1S51. 10 tf within; l lcal hours, tho following described Land, towit the CM,, j
ble of withstanding. Prices tary from 30 d-nti to f 2 Eighty acres of Land, lying on Crooked Creek, Qnincy, in the County of Gad-dea, lfV
r t I>tr lineal foot The subscriber also manufactures Chambers. : .- owned bv. Romeo Lewis. Moniit in April nexl.tfe tu.iIovcing dciS e Iui I
V W. G. M. DAVIS Section 20.
WIRE FENCES, J'ttitiin to Firffflotf HUGH O. McLEAN. pertj.orso much fhetcof as will ni ih/cr?'*
Jortige. S. E.
of
i Section 10. and
t S for enclosing farms, railroads jmrks, lawns, Ac. guaranteed Samuel Carroll ATTORNEY AT LAU, X. H 4 of Section : Tax Collector for Gadsden County. County Tax due thmcji for tne y ar iv StaleR4

,. to reit cattle, horses, fheej etc, which are taken up )his j abode at Tallahos-pp, and will -All o. Novemh'r c 4t Tiir> ncres irT expense* inrident therefn, ri wr; .
HAS Town-hip 1. Rnre 1 North anti F.nt. inIaFayette'.s -
r* ,
becoming extensively used, and jrreitly tinguikbed) in the Cuiirt* of the .Middlt DUliict, Six; hundred and forty acres of Land
h-
William 11. 'I'u Wflchijl,. nine hundred and Tax Collector's Sale. ,
by lightne** of flppeamnce and elegance of form : beiag Perry.TT and of Franklin and Jack.s Counties.gj.Uareh txtitainiig Rock Creek purportre lobelonzro! I.S **
of c
impt-rceptible at a thort distance the view is thus J- appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, froci 9, IS50. 9 Mxty acres lun.1. ) 1))Y virtue of authority in me !by law vetted. I have so much thereof as will r>av ihe tr, '*

f 'tiuinterrupteil, the proi-pi-cl uninjured, and the beauty affidavit of i>ctit5oncr, that William IL Perry re- Ixied iiMtn a* the property of Turbutt R. BeUoo, ._I ) Lvied upon, anti will expose for sac, Ivfore th huGh T4Itrerd.o.


,' ,, entirely new plan, being portable, yet secure. Tlie /r I M OrJ-rfJ, Tnat Jh *;iil William R Perry end HAYING associated th"melves t>r the purps ol| "IL T. BLOCKER, Sheriff. 'econ 1 whole be taken down all other j>erson* iutere-ted in a certain mort a;e of Xovemljer2l\l551.! 47 6t
and much
may trau-iorted| with the Law. will give i prtmj.t atteimon to p ropertY. or so thereof as will be> fuffieiVnt toj
I name facility as ordinary iron rods. Price from ?l (i ito real pn>|K-itv in the townof Montictllo (to wit : an anv bu.-int <>ntru ,ted to their Care. -. In Chancery >ay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the Tax Collector's Sale "

?3 ir rod, LncluduiIroa: P jbts, from 12 to 10 feet undivided half -f the vVe"t i (.f the Sot th Wot i July -jr.. 1851. 29 tf y ear 1851. and all incidental expeti es, to wit : virtue of the power vested

Apart of Section HO, in Ton.Iiip 2, Xorth of Rane 5 Ea.st,) LEON CIRCUIT COURt j ) '. All that tract or parcel of Land known as Forbes BYQmncy : expoe for sale, before Ihe inme5Tt.dF. CuirtW '*

Inquiries and, orders addressed to the Proprietor,, made by Kiid Perry to one George W. Gelzer to secure Law Firm. Albert C. Jordan, CompLiiuant, ) Purcliase, within L *f>n County, containing 142.72" in the County rf Gad.. Jen, tW-ai

will meet with prompt; attention. the jKiymuit of, a Dote for ?488 IH\) and by saidCJelzer 1 "OEARp i BREVARD will praetiv in rR. > Divorce. acre*; more or less, paid to belong to the Ap&iacLicota Morday cf April n.tE. the following dwcilbrf on

JOHN B. WICK EItSILtM. a-sijned to plaintiff: appear und plead to the JJ fchip in all the Courts of the Millie co-partner Circuit of Lucy J. Jordan, Defendant ) Laud Company. I per tyor so much thereof as will paj ,j, ftCounty -
accor.lin
210 Broadway, N. Y. Kinie to law, orthcrwiHe the haiiic thud betakcu Flo rida. Oflice in Talhluscec. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by affiJ I). Me?A EX Y. I Tax ti ?..thprn for the Mr I53[ j"

Vardiouv-240 Brow!way. pro cwifttio against them : Jolly davit made in this rase that the Defendant, Lucy Tar Collector of Leon Count I nec earc CpPnaiR inelticap ttt-re! t,, wit*

f Works-.Nv York Wire 'Hailing Works, 59Cl J'rorUfd. lliat this Order l e publi-hed in pomepublic T. W. BREYARD.BEARD. J. J( rdan. resides beyond the ]liniit.s of thi.s State, si I November 8, 1831. 44 6mI I The whole! of what i* called 1 F.r ,' Put-t-: ,
Lewi street newj-paptr in Tallaha-ee at le.at once a week hat] the of tcir titt OadVn County
ordinary process Mibpa-na cannot be served I I or ?<> nnch tfet
I 13l. 4
Febnwrv rcoh
N. B. Silver Medal awarded by American In (itutr, for four months. tf uj pon hurt Tax Collector's Sale. Ipai I Ihe Tax aforesaid, b, undfd on fhe E af i b, ;

,4 1650. Bronze Medal; awarded by Fntnkliug Institute J. WAYLIIS BAKER, Judn'e. SMITH &, O'BRIEN It i t ihfttforf OrTfif That sail defendant Appear B virtue of authority in me by law ve.ted, I have j Ocklocknee River, and on the XVrstby the
,
1M7 and 184P. December <>;H5 1. 48 4m and Counsellors and an-wtr the Bill! of Complaint filed in his cause levied upon, and Will exjjose for ale. in front of; icola River. HUGH! O. MrLE-i ',

ovvnber 15,2851. 45 Sm Attorneys at law, si n or> Ix-fnre the first Monday in March next, or saul I the Court Ilou-e door, in the city of Tallahassee, on Tax Collector fop Gada tea Ccn-Jr

In Chancery. ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. Bill will be taken for conf-sed 8ij>iLt her: the second Monday in Februaiy next wirl.in legal ft. I1*")'. Jn 6m '

Now Opening In the Circuit Court or tbc !*tate of Florida: M. WHIT SMITH. I )I. O'Bmrv J'rf'fiJ'-'l, }nnwfr, That notice of this Order Ix pul- hours, the following! described proptrtv, or so much Tax Collector's

.. A'rth > wt-ll known stand formerly occupied! by held In and for the County ot JcCcrsou. Office at Alligator. | Office li hed in some newpajer[ in Tallahassee: f..r three thereof 04 will be stiiEcieiit to pay the Taxes due Sale.
CLARK ti t STILLMAN at Newiiiviile. montlis before the Mid first Mondav in March next.J. thereon for the 1831, and all incidental Y virfne of the power tested
a Gvueral ana Select t Smith t: LilwoiiliyR.) Ref.T to Col. S. S. SIHI EV. S.ivinnih: Judge THOMAS year expenses. B| in me &T fjw r
A rtnnntS f mDnid ;; WAYLES BAKEli, Jud'c, ic. touit : shall e\po-e for sale. beC.re the Court iWtf

Fall and Winter tlolhltig E M. Scoff. D..tGL. ,JackxinviIIe 1x51. ; C SV.l. J. PAI.NE, Oc.iLuOctobr4 October 27, 151. Attest : The fl i of Sec. 11, the S. W. 4 and the W. 4 of Qui iney, in the Ccoity r.f Garden, en the A:*

Bill tubjcct inteiext of Defendant as one of the OSCAR A. MYER Clerk. the N. V,'. 4 of Stc. 12, T. 1, R. 2. N. and F. contain I Mondjy of April nexr, the following descried irn!

I'au(7 Ofl'u1 Clotli, Ca imerei', Vctimr Hwcrv.. heli; s of A. B. C. Scott, deceased, to the Just Keceived from New Orleans.T November 1, l5l. 4S Srn in" 5C2. 3I-1;(> acres, lying near the plantation of; per ty, nr so much tJi-rerl as will' pay ite t) ShiCit[ ]
Jane Sewetl and P'uil IJiHits payment
SHpjr! .f an account due Complainant A BARRELS Superfine Flour, Il-q., purportii.jj to belong to the estate year 1S5J and iL.
< <> 6ub.-oibi-r j is ready and anxinii* to fell on the ;:Jl2 Tax Collector's Sale. of Marcus A. ArinL-tead. necessary< ; expenses incident therrtn.ro '
I 1N this caue. it appearing, to the satisfaction of thJ 0 HhKClHrt.v Su-riir, W|> :
init rea.nuble tenn*, f firoa-b it. Two hundred
ttock of Clothing eojs-i-ts or fyvhalent.lite Court that D.ivid; E. M. Scott d.ies not reside iu the 8f(" in f .o pntf,
Clack part r State of Florida but has fi-d to parts unknown]: but :;( feusfar Curc-1 ILuiis, expire fr
and '
CoWed ,
Un-x much f h
and I-rock Cont s<> f will
nut out of the dated StatI -' : 10 Bbl*. Iri-h Potatoes, l JefTerwm! County on the nM Monday in June next, Novembers, 1851. 41 I 3m -rer as pa? ffce Taxss trif ,i \..
p Black Blue, Jroen; Brown and Mixed Frock r>i> Flat Creek. IMT.H '
Hack and Taiiey Pont*. i i. ll.*r-jur.. <>rd r
p 1) th. flhck sis' flyi)1 n kezeoat. apjx'ar KftJ au-wer plead or d mur to said Bill <*\ or lo Sa 'kRye.. North and Kr.-t, < r o mu h h thereof as will pay an J October H, Iv1l. Gulden Conarr*
before tho first 5 BI Is. Leaf ";1jfyVm.. If.I Armi-tead"n MIDDLE CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA IN CADS 4" Co
F2ftrc&I an.] IJlark; Silk! and ]Bl.tek Satin Vet<. Mnday in April nest, or that thesame > Lard. For ale bvC.EO.ILBESTWICK. Tuxes due to the Stat 1 -

Black, PLiid, 57-ifi, lxid -- DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Valuable Plantation for Sale.HE

p 1m.;, for healing if jKirt' : Octber J Ifi.'il. :J'Ji i t-i-t* and expenses. Said Land are situated I Sarah G. Till3un and Jane Tillman, Corn ptainant .

Vl !tc, Fancy Silk and Marseilles V-t and various J'roriJ'd l1.at tins Ordt-r be published for four i in the aid Count-v
titLcr articJcs too iiumcruu to cM'ntion. iiKrf.th* wwkly in orne new-.ji.iper published in Taaee i- Boots and Shoes.I JOhN WOOlEN, Thomas S Snh ll!, William C. Snell, J-Jia F. EdT Byrd 1It-TTIrT! rej-Htnl, m Lern Cwinrj. uu

A. B. CLAHK'E.Xovcmbc taIL nriorto the "aid fir-t Monday! m April next UST rect-ned. a fino assortment of Tav C.Ih-ctor( f--r Jefftr-nn County.XovemVr nonds, Susan J. LiMle, and Jenttte V (;. Donald- Lake Erie cnnfaiiurjj 4 c-o acres, of wla-h oie :;

6,1851. 4i tf J. WAYLEBAKER, Jude.A J Indies lilnck and T-olored( Iji ting (Jaifers, 22! l 5l. -45 6m son, Executrix ot the list will and testament of: j i are cleared, awl under cultivation. On tie prtat ,

true ciiv-Atte-t : I-i. t!41. Kid and llrtCC4 i do.I Robert L Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. i j i is'p'a comfi/rtable frame D'tveflw; Ilnute. with then,.

Drugs, Chemicals, &.c. C. G. FIFE, CUrk. )-). Etunx-Hcd! Buskins: Tax-Collector's Sale. Love.Sherit! and ex officio Administrator Je lo- \ arv out hon.s, tc. This Plantation
December fi, lN.r.l.; 4S 4m nii non of tbp estate ol Susar. S. Snell > many advantages.as it adjVin* the jincywonch'ii.e, ,
QUIX1XE warranted and full Do. Ki I Walking hoes. Slijip-rs arid Bu-kiiH, BYirtue of authority %e. tefl in me by law. I deceased.I
SULPHATE, pure DO. Calf Bu-ki-. and Bootees. : expo*** fur sale before the Court Hoive inM'liticello tT ai'peWilln- Tij to the satisfaction nf the Court Ihtm t. the ran In Jffur C. Sneil.one ol the above named De p.'rt and Georgia Plank Read will pts witl.in >) ,
Oil, Black Chancery. -ALSO- 'in County, m the} fir t Monrlay in i'
iwpjier.Perilled Mi"es Colored March lle X W i"f fendants, resides bevor.d the limits ot tKis State, and B ))0 yard* of the dwelling.! anti I think will en oni
Chiivi.Ini" article In the Circuit Court i"ting (Gaiters y.et, : 4 S. V. 4 of Secri..n fi"in
an from the of the
prepared State of Florid* in the Stare ii New York line, or through the whole lerujrh rif the
IVi. Kid Shoes Town- 1 of 4. S. l E. and that Thomas S. Snell I, Plar.tititoand -
Peruvian Bat k considered Walking and Bu-kin' hip range or Miiniuh thereofas
nearly c ual to Quitiin-*, atbliout held in and for the County of Jeiferboa. arx.-iher ot said Dcft-r.dants i when this Roail! is
tne tliird tlu* Do.) ds,. and I Morocco Bofrf es, will pay an I i-ati-ly IjLirucomb's[ TaXt-- due toth i.s supposed to resiJenevond completed wl.it-h H nnt'ercrfl-
jiricc.AISO B. Waller 'fay'-or, fine the limit of this Slate, and the United tract, to l-e And a ortnient of Stat and fur lt .r
Childruis Leather Morocco County > l. amounting: to42! cents,
of Chemicals ,
a cf ,
juiiural ttipjiljT the best
f*. liecides I state'., but %bhI.e residence is unknown : Plantation on the whole line i>f the Fond will-furj-
and and! *
Patent .
Ix'n'her Shoe-i. rt.-t exj-'ii-t< Said LtnJ-, are stuated i in
quality. David E. M. Scott.Bill -A 1.50- the faid Count uf Jeff.roii. // iithtrrforc OrJfreJ, Thjt the said William C. j it ft-r cnnvf-nit-we, tt tc.: It L- row ofTt-red fir rale it nrgain.

Fine Lubin'a l to Mibject the iitere-t: of fendant as one of the Gents fine Calf B Cologne, Extract and!
Fa-ity Toilet ArticU-, nt low' an n. .ortmcntof hcir) of A. B. C. Scott, dtcearl, to the payment of( Do.) Imitation Stitched Boof, Tax Collector for Jefferson County. of COM daint filed in the above entitled cause on or j I' call l on J-eph CTiaire, E.-q', who will how tbrmtiu
virv priei.ciai and before the first Monday ill Mirth nett. and the said 'laritL For terms. ttc, apply to me at rejilttcs
a proniis-iiry note and ,
accountt interest my
; f'iin lullt-r. lUdway, 'lUady llelitf. on tlie Do.? IVreil and WaUr-pnnif Rx.s{ Xovember 22, Ii5l. 40 3m ;
time due the Complainant I'hf ir.j-i S. Sr.cll within the perid of nine inenlhs Fort. Straii>burr, Fla
Do.) Calf Sl jincl
: Boofet-s
OiywdV In lia C41Iangui.Ito'e's e-< *
thi* ciu-e.: it apjHsmng to the sati-Cwtion of from the date of the publication of this Order, > r EENJA3IIN BTED.
the Do. Tax
and! Collector's
celebrated te'r IN Kip I'rognns Uusavtti. Sale.
11a and other 3Ie 1.
Family the said Rill will .
be tak 18,1 31.
ui1 that D.ivi 1 E. M. Scott diwjsiHit, re. iile in the ALSO n pro cofr.s.voagain 1 January 2 tf
idue! State of Honda; hut ha fled T V virtue of the power vested in me bv law, I them : /Yori-/ /, Tb4; legal pi>blifaiu>n nt this ---- ---- -.---
to unknown Youths
Ja>neMediaues; ic, ic, jnst received br not out of the United! States parta but fine PegireJ Itoots, i) shall expose fi-r ae! before the Ct.nrf !II.! te aJQuitio. Order be made in some newspaper published in thi
; 5ojs: half: welt do. do. HASH & CO.
LEWIS A AMIS in G Oet4t)1iIlgI. If in t/i'r'fvrr Or. Slun <>f ubnn-.t > Dealers in
40 tf every description. My! the \VAYLES Drugs, Kedicincs &c.
ie\f
ittil fn'ln.vin? described property, or> BAKER, Judge, &.c. ,
npjM'ar answer, plead *>r demur t or wii mi-take bv
no ) so mitch thereof will the A true TTTOULD infirm their friend n4 l
liefore the tirs-t a* na State and CountvTaxesi cnh.y-Attt, ilepcbSr tl tthey
New Goods. will: be taken f Monday confca-cd in April next, or the sam<> October 18, lt>51. 41 0. C. BYRD. doe thereon frcm l IS l:; to lSl.! .iteand R C. LrTKR, Cleik. l have on hand a rnd a.rnitnt! ut wh
ir ai to him arid down -
TU3T roofivcd fur tliu Indies, for hearing het -- -- Ihr nere *ary er.en4e.4 incident thereto, to wit : October IS, lsf'i il.! 41 4nim-"n! articleas are generally kept in tlt-ir 1r.e tttwurzs.t .

a J Plain and Plaid Lu.>:ri> and lu Liiiieq, J'r'idl,fr Tliut fMrlr this: Order be Sight Exchange One hundred a l\tv acies "f Land in GadsdCounry an l will l-e recvhinij rijularlv fre-U sUfplWs. TLurttrnis

Ilaiu anil Wiiti-rcd Pojil.iu*. Brocjidf. & 1rege in published for f.i urmontlm ON NEW VOKK, SAVANNAH, and MACON; beloniriiig, to R ibini llollin/cr, lying on the: In Chancery. 'hall lie reo.=< nable.

1>,u gf I>c Lum Plain atid Print4 l i'iue., weekly prior to the s< u wild
Figured, Plain and Striped Dress Silk*, < April. J. PEIKIN' HUGH O. MtLE\X, -
lii. dI*. ll.u-k; do. do. WAYLCS BAKHR, Jud-, October 12, 1S")0. *j Agent Marine H. nk.2ETHA Tax rdlcctcr for Gadsden Cuunty. Frances A. Russell, ) Crockery, &..c.7E .

I'lAtu, Black and Watered Silk Mantilla-, A true copy-Attot: NovcmLwr. t .:"il.; 44 Cm rt- > Bill for DivorceV.Yliam have received a C"l crtcent of Crwlaj,
C. G. FIFE Clerk. Russell. J)> \%
Kid Silk Cottoti and -
Hwiver (Jloven, (;! s and Stone Ware.
Etubroidered H. S. and Bonier L C. Hdkc'fs.IJle DownWfi, 1P51. 48 4m INSURANCE C02IPAEY, Tax Collector's Sale. I T appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, byalLdjvit I Roiin-l. that and Bar Tn-n
square
Thread and Mu-lin El in-* and Iti ertbg", IARFKOltD, CONNECTICUT. V virtue of the power f ted in me by law. I .1. in this cau- filed, that William Ru -- Nail. R.Kl Rind, lfocp, and II S. It-rn.
Delendant in this
French work'd Cajw. Collar", Cuffr& (iirniiett:, In Chancery. "nUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton I in Ware-house J shall expose (tar sie! b'loTe the Court House atI'lincy -ell.lhe : cause, resides bevond the Cast, German and Aim-riean Bb--f T Steel.Blackmiths .

Black and Colorifi! einb'd Cashmere S1wlbite la the Circuit Court of the State of Florida 13 ii) urea against Icsi bv. fire. ( in the County iA ( adsden, on the second I'lrMiction L Florida ot': thij Court, and cut ut the State cf Anvils. Bellow. Vk- -'..1: l1a1iIflWT\

\ Crape SlurtN 1 held in and for the County of Jefferson. LEWIS & AMF.1?, M-od.iy| in Mi> next, the following described procrty // it Ordered: That the said Defendant do Collins!! Club. Broad and I&cd Axes,

\\bite at1 Colored Silk IVmnet, Daniel Ladd, January 20,1' 1S3t) 3 AgenU, Tallaha -ee. p or .o much thereof as will ;ay the Taxes due ideal I, demur the appear, NaiL of all sizes, with a general asertinentof
an-wer or to said Bill of Coinnlainf
Straw and L t hereon from the 1 41 '. -
jln rn lo.BL.ck \ear to 1 51 inclusive, and Cutlery.
CR. within three month., or said Cill will be
Silk I-'ie.. fur Mantilla.! *, Datid E. JOHN PRATORIUS t lie neces-4ry e\pen- ihrrvon.to wit : taken ALSO
M. -
Pink, Blue and White Bonnet Muslin Scott. ForJv acres of Lnnd in G. dvlen County. belon- pro confe io, and tr.iR c use be set for hearing
Bill ,( Men
to wibject the intercut SCO pair Rut Erocnris
of
Defendant at the neil Ttrm of the Circuit ,
as of the [or Court for G.idsJenCounty
one TIIK
LVTJ:
FIRM or urLi i
Smith .
Bla<'k and White Silk HOM Gitton do. & rn.TORic,] e to li 1'arainore, hinc on North Mo quito
heirsof A.B. C. Scott, to the payment judgment iC in March next and that this Order IftO do. Boys' do. tb.!
; bpubli
-' Black t Colored l Oaiten, Kid Slip ti<- do. Mcrte and Boys' black thick BO'.

With a grejit rnriety of other articles, too riuinercnj IX this rau c. it npjiearin to tl.e "ati-faction of the IIT0ITLI he has tiken the tore lately ccnpieil Tax Collector for Gad,den County. a week fur three monthsand that Complainant take 250 do. da do. dC tla lip da

to mention, WhiCh they vill j plea e call and ex that Datid E. M. Set'tt does not reside in the .!, and adjoining the store lately November S, i5t.[ 41 6m testimony in the cau-e. 13th October 1S5I. 5i<> IlL Ijidie Leather Pecre I Booti,

amine. hEIR t 11UST. State of Florida but has fled' t/) parts unknown, but occupied by Bull *t Pratfiriits, !u-re he will be jJea...cdto Notice. \VAYLES BAKER, Juda-e. Gent's Calf. Kid and Goat Boots,

I October 25,1651. 42 tf not ont of the United States : attend lii tile calls nnd wants of those who may be A truecopv-Attest, Boys, YoutL* and Mi> es SLota.

--- Jt in tln-fforc Ordered, That said David R M. Scott d i-9iiscil| to jititmnire him in his line of biMne SIX weeks after date the un'lurdgii.'ul will apl>ly, R. C. LESTER. Clerk.WILLIAM. -ALSO-

Notice. appear and answer plead' or demur to aid Bill on' or He !lias receive I, by the late arrivals a rhnir* and the Honorable Jud' c of Pn.l,ate for the County! H. MITCHELL, 100 bunches Cottcn Ycm, No?. 5 to 1?.

SIX months after date I diall apply to the JuJire I liefore the first Monday in April next, or the same \rrll-trlrrfrd Rt1pJslf r-f ('loll*, ('a.tis-ri, J Vrttiuy*, o Walton, State s.f f Florida, for ettera of Administration Solicitor (for Com lainaBt. All of which wil! be aiM as low a.s any m the mark

Probate Washington County, fur a final M"ttlemcnt will l ht taken for confessed, as to him, and! set down f\tney\ Gorxfi ; nlo, a rjnrriil axtvrtin'ht f t on the e.-tite of D.micl S. Mclver
and disdiargc from the e tatc of Joseph B. for )hearing e/ jxirt? : Jl EA I> Y- MA J) K CL O TllIXG, Walton TMcKIXXOX.. which we will allow the highest market pnce

Lockev, decciiHrd. J'rorStl'J, That this) Order be published for four All of which, I flatter inycif, arc equal in irtyh-'rl County, PaL, Xov. 22. 1851. 46 6w Middle Circuit of Florida.IN October 25: l5t. 42 HEIR KCST.

MARIA LOCKET, Adm'r. months we&kly iu otne new pap 'r publi heil in Tafi uality, anj yn'ttf a* rh '.i]>, as any others that will l lie Notice. LEON CIRCUIT COURT.

Wa'-hington Co, September 13, Ibil. 30 Cm lahassee prior to said fir-t Monday in April next. mnd' in this market. He will give imrticular attention r'tIIIRTY' after the Joint C. Gunn Southern Huttial Life lasurancs Company
to his business, and day publication of this PlOt!'0. } cf Louisiana.S. .
J. WAYLES'BAKEIt Jud-c. hoput he will lutrit a liberal
I. -*- I, as Administrator; William will r'. [ Attachment for.*370 I[ .
Just Received from Kw York. A true copy-Attest : patronage from the public! Bellamy TTAYING Wen appointed Agent for the above C ffl-
app'y' to Honorable! of the Middle Circuit Francis M. Lnwrence. ) -O.
Judije Atinip
: and di-'cuts
Bro ano, P4g.I und Sewed Boots Ladies C. G. FIFE Clerk. Xo\ember 23. 1850. 40 t if pany. Jeeming-it uuiKves ary to
,
KIP Court of Florida f HE Defendant.
fur and all other
to sell the interested
Tie Bukin December fi 1851 permission following j persons i ( *, SlifiH-r| IJ lllIe$ Patent Ix-a. 48 4m JL
Lanil. to wIt : ere hereby notified of the institution of this suit principle, would respectfully solicit the con.i&zIM
anti
Enameled Pure
Calf Shoes Jenny Linds, JOVH* Kip Brogana, McnV Sulphate of Quinine. Tlie W. J of the N. W. J of Sec. 15, in T. 2, of R 5 by process of Attachment and are furthermore i rec f the citi/ens of Tallahassee and vicinity.mation. .AJ''
Women'

A Ro< Goods. Foreign Dry aud fur JcHergon have obtained direct Irom (the manutacturtrs, and I SMITH SIMKINS Aibur. C. U. A J. IL'DUPONT November 30,1830. 47 tf
Gothinjr, ]Iatn. and County.
Cap, Saddlery, llar'lware. t they will \\arrant it to be asnpetivr article. Jefferson Co. XOT. 22,1831. 4tJ 5t Attorneys for Plaintiff _

a tale by. Hollow ware, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Ac. For Thomas C.? .McKain, We have enUrued our stock of Drugs and Medicines October 15, [(18] 1551. 4 i Sm THE TRUE MEDICINAL

by recent an ival ,and are prepared to exrrule; Notice. -

October GEO. II. BEST WICK. Bill Daid E. M. Scott orders lor articles in our line, at wliolesale or retail, weeks after date the tinden-i -ned will Middle Circuit-Leon County. COD LIVER OIL ,
4 1851. 33 tf to subject interest of Defendant SIX apply
heirs of A. B. C. Seott, deceased a? one of the on the most accommodating terms. the Honorable Judi e of Probate fur the Cmiirtyof Jolin Taylor, ) In Attachment.r TTSEFL'L in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumpti11''

Groceries. of n judgment and intercut due the, to the payment We have alio a few accounts yet due to us forth* Walton, State of Florida, for Letters of Administration *. >. Sum sworn to 8144.50. U titmr.RneumarUm, AsthmaCroncMtis.Coo *'
Complainant year 1S49. They arc generally in small amounts: the estate of Elizabeth Ulount James T. Danin. and all di-ea'e* of the Cheat and Ltnu. .tst1ri4*
deceased.W1LIE .
Ww. R. Pettes fnuu New Orleans N thi cause, it to the satiffaction on ) A-utnp-it 3W.iX)
PER ] appearing of the bul if I the whole could
be paid would ol t this valuable medicine is eil.which"
sliorlly.it go 'T1!!K defendant and all ethers ja-tr rp i
4 ca ks MidJliiigs, Court that I.n-iI) E.: M. Scott does not re-ide in HLOUNT. interc-ted, are her-
3 Shoulders, the State of Florida, has fled to parts unknown but fartOrtarUsliijuiditingceiliin sums \tbich \\eo\\e. Walton County Fa, Nov. 22, I51. 4fi 6w J. by notified of the lastilutw of the above "M lxi'.e, warranted pure.aud ot very sutnrrioninali!

20 t barrels Mes! Pork, not out of the United States : j'ieq. LEWIS i. AMES. and are required to appear and plead to the declaration For sale! by LEWIS & AMES.
|
R.n. Fu.w.
25 fiujHtfinc Hour, It jg hmfoft Ordered, That aid David E. M. Scott 97 Notice. filed therein, within the time prescribed bv Li. _May 2,1S5O.- 20 .Tallahassee_ ,. -
-- ---- -
.10 extra ap; ear and answer, jileoil or demur to aid Bill (itt or: The Forwarding and Cornmissson Business ALL pcr-ons, cretlitors leateeR, entitled to di. n- ARCHER & CORLEY, for Pltf. PROTECTION COMPANY
ft 1 ca k Clarified Sna-ar. For sale by Ix-fore the fiM Monday in April next, or the same AT ST. MA1JKS I or otherwUe interested in the estate ofSarali October IX, 1S51. 41-Cm INSURANCE ,

BEH11V: it t: BOWLES.. will lw taken for confessed as to him, and set down FLORIDA, Dawkins, (bite Sarah Hardyman.) late rf Jeflerron In HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,

November 20. 1851. 47 for )hearing!, ff jiarte : I N the Wate-HouseshercUforeoccupiedby MessrsFR County Florida dcceasad.are htrtbv notified to exhibit Chancery. Capital Stock, 3OOCOY.I'IIF .
J'rocidfd DIE Si VcTTt: will be conducted the MIDDLE CIRCUIT LEOX COtTNTY.
That tin's Order Iw by un- their chums anti demands ithin two from
publi-hcd for fourmonths *
(IeritiIcd, uho wifl]| years undcrMi ied. Agent of the alive Ci'ir' Strayed endeavor .
weekly in Rome newsjiapcr published in TdLJuiscc to jriveos general iitt.fciion (' this date, to the undersigned, crthe ame will Ix b;ar- Ax CHAMBERS Tallahassee, Sept 30, A. D. 1851. bmw
tlm pub'.criix-r the i- as did their active and indusf i prepared to take r5--k* aga3n.st Fire CD
ri
FROM on 10th ult. a Black prior to t-aid first < us predecessors. red and alt indebted to the aid deceased
Monday in Ar\> \\ next ; persons James Nelson, ) *
t tt1'F
u hiM aiid their favoraW
Mule, about 14 liands Ligli, 4 yean*old I hint J. WAYLES BAKER BEAR! &. DEN1IAM. are requested to make immediafe to contents, on the m J prin?; n j \isible marks recollected. Any iifir nat A true -Attest Judge. July f, IS.-.l. 20( If FRANCIS A.payments DAWKINS vs. ))- Bill for Divorce. It FLAGO, IgtDTallahasace. -
copv : Harriet J. Net-on. J JIT
tion re Kxting the 't-aid Mule will ] thaiikfullv Octol>er 25,1851. 4
M : rcceived. C. (I. FIFE Qualified Ext .
Clerk. cutor.JeTer appearing to the eatvfaotion of the Court affidavit
by
nnd
the delivery uny of said reasonable mule to cxpt-ni-u this will lw jwiid for leeenibertl8t. 4t$ 4m Here I: Am. ( on County, tOT. 15, 181.IS 3m made i'i this ca.se that the defendant H. J.NeL Quinine.Jr .
i rt
me( place .
4 DAVID FAILING to purchase certain property on the sea- on,resides beyond the limits of this State,so that \ superior"article cf A 'vivE in* *
a Tliomaaville Ga S. BRANDON. Tallahassee Cotton Warehouse. am lure, to attend to the wants of the) ; Clothing. the ordinary proct-rs of Suptuia cannot bo served Jr\. ceived Store- oh
Noven-.Ur 1, 1S51.) 43 lot Citizens received the at the Apothecary and Dm?
at old
of
Tallaluuwn lUST stand
rPIIEundiTMtfied: i is now and the balance of our world. a general nsortrnent upon her : BARNARD. 3r.
prepared to E.
For Families. --- J- STORAGE the C toiiof( the J'lanUn receive forward on All who intend purchiiMiijj goods, will find it to tlw-ir of Cloths, Cu'simcrcH and Yestings, wi itch It in thrrffure OrJiveil, That said Defendant aj>pear October 25, 1351. 42 'i
i interest to call before they let tint from the subscriber i* prepared to mnnufacturein the most and answer the Bill of filed!
SMALL and( convenient boxen SOAP ing: to this market The building i iR fre-jiroof and I nionev slip Complainant in this ctiuseon
40 tolx their fingers. s. S. KNIG lIT. approved t\Ie, and <-n the most rea oruible term I-, or liefore the first in
: bought tf S. S. KNIGHT. u nnft'llatdy( oppoj-ite the Union Bank, near the Mar! ( Monday February next, or Monticsllo FemaleTHE Adem1.
October 18, 1P51. >entlemen in want of a regular and Cishxnable outfit said Bill! will be
No-ember I, 1851. 43 ket I House. There i is now, also in connection, with 41 tf taken fir confess npihiot her: I the above Institution w&
will do exercLses of
well
the alx>ve, in course of erection, iron-jiro fifuJn fa to call upon Provld'd, however' Notice of this order IKJ publlhed -

-, I Exchange at Par t the frtonigc of Cotton, all undex hut immediate control NEW GOODS. November 8, 1831. 44 A. R CLARKE.: in hom1 newspaper in Tallaha-sce for three months i it offers advantage the public are to confiJentlv Ladiea! ac.uDruif"fevatl

of the pub-ciiber, who will receipt fur such Cot: lUST recived a fine assortment of Lndic DRESS; before said 1st of February next.J. every yoi-ji-j Tb 1
L roiih .
tht and tinL-be l Eduention.tance
/1RQCEB1ES
$ Hardware Hats and ring a >
Cnickery, Wt4w are, t ton i.e lam ., Caps, WAY LE3 BAKER, Judge & ..
as mar sent to and AM GOODS such as C.i hmeren M.! D'Lanes (
'.3 Salt Iron StNI l Blanket Ker. hhnttlf rej'on- Benig I, all ( of two'gentlemen from the 3Iae!
eyn, Brogans, tlile fir tlie JtHvery' nf the Cotton in the Berage D'Lanes, ll nnnl and OF sorts,juat received and for me CHEAP.W. A true copy-Attest,
Silks inpUms
ordir
same Clianpvable
Hats, Black Drww Coats Pnnte'Vets (whose abilities need no cnnment, Iiavein
Caps Over- in vliitti) it i ii reticnLBuWriber Plain and T. MITCI I ELI,. O. A. MVERS. Clerk. )
Watorcd
eirtt ;. Hurtling Cmt, Saddles, Bridles, 'c, given inthe Fho l aho prepared, J'tiMic Watered Black Silk Viseta.Al. Black biks, Plain and I November 1, ISM. 43 tf October 4, 1851. SO: 3m I tit classics and ma thematic*. Th r"partment .
a* Cationt
EXCHANGE for Cu$h, Cotton, and Produce of in charge of Profes.- CP'1IL-
lF'eJr, <, w igh with currectnecs nnd o. a variety of gcxxls for children1 tnCt
Country peniTallv. J. JL WILLIAMS.November despatch all 1 l wear. Negroes for Sale. a rare opportunity for acqtiirfn- a. 4ti4r
I l's5l. Cottons delivered within the corporate liinli >,f Tallahamtff r. Which he proposes to sell low. Notice. in vocal and instrumental Mis-ft. Wax Fr
1. 48 LIKELY
tuid<} may at all times be found liii October 18, 185!. 41 C. 2 and valuable NEGROES for sale
(Cvtlon Yard a' Old C. BYRD. bv S. S. KNIOHT. A LL person creditors, legatees, entitled to ilL>tri- evEry variety of Flower-niakinj also taught 1'9

Youth's, Children's and Boy's Clothing:, ready and willing to nccommotlate all November 22,1851. 40 J.JL bution or otherwise interested in the estate of Ladit desirmonly to 1 be taught the ct-nt

ii vt which u very liandsome, jut-t received I by Tallaliawec CHARLES A. NASIL Hats. Paul Ulmer, late of Jefferson County, Florida, decease1 branches, wiU be received, and strict attflt

SOME W. T. MITChELl[ --.----,-August-- 23, 1851. 33 Cm A General assortment of Gents fadaoneble Mole Bounty Lands and Pensions. -- are hereby notified t> exhibit their claims and them. R. W.

November 3 1,1851.$ 43 tf skin and Beaver, Drab and Black B.B. Ruia di I. /rMIE i: undesigned,having made nIb demands within two years from this date, to the un- Monticello November 15, 185 .
Caps.HEIR BLvck and Colored Sporting IIst% for men, boys and JL and arrangements dersigneti, or the same will bo barred! ; and all persons
a competent experienced in the :
Lots tt RUST, have jtst received youths just recccivcd. And forsale Agent ( City indebted to the said deceased ; Fresh Arrlral .
for Sale. a poo t A LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER of men, boye and )(JUtlls.Cloth Plush and HEIR A RUST. approved and requiteorms[ will attend to the make immediate pajment.JOILN TER Schr. Writ. IL Pettes .'-O1d 'r LbIIt&

4' .U GOODS) comprising all articles ueoded in this Glaze.1 Ca j HS which they offer low. Call and see then October 4,1861. CO tf leclion of Claims by power ol attorney for Bounty- ULMER, Qualified Execute .1 The old fellow has again made Lit a 00.MCiJtd

-' market received by recent arrival* from New York, October* lfrM. 29 if Land, Pensions, and Claims for Losses and Services Jeflerson County, October 11, 15i. 40 3m Persons arevtomrd to the 01 J Jrti"tti. .

for tale in JJfR to suit purcLiM-rs. Saddlery, &c. upon the United States Government. purges, please make early a ttlicatio.BRY ROWUS-
NovcmW I, 1851. 43 J. Notice. Olficera and soldiers of the Notice. L
WILLIAMS.
3. war of IS12 or of
., :__. tiatfe JUST recciceul a fine lot of cns, boys and ladle 5 nf the Indian warsiince any IX months from date the admIn7t November 29, 1851. 47
J90
-k
we after I rt>aU apply to the Hoa J Saddles Bridles Mau-tiitalc areenlilled I Jo tin* undersigned, itt a-
SIX
WantcdL Stirupa, Sjui Cal IfSkinit | Lands under the late Act 1 tor on the estate of Louisa B. sed
of Probate in and for the County of Jefflron Skins Skuis ty of( Congress. For i er- Newton, decea ,
lining Patent Card.
'1 A GOOD NURSE b wanted immo.li tely, nho for letters of administration on the rotate of Wil tent Fuktkm with Kip Leather, Pc I. vices rendered, moderate compensation will I be will present his final! accounts and voucher to the A rf

.t 4i can come well recommended. Apjily fort t('Tm,, liam R Taylor, late of ball County, deceased.GEORdEW.TAYIXR.. For fcalo low, by a good aseonnent f of Whips, icj charged, upoudelirery of the warrant or the amount Judge t ( Probate for Leon County, and ask to be di- HE wercisw of Mis CurwsV PCnOOL

Dr. Nazi's Oiliso.KoTcmbcr ) fi coliccttd. D. P. HOGUE.G. charged. J- commence on Mf-nday. Septamr '

Bv : fi, 1621. 44 tf JtJTcr onCo. Doc. fl', 1831. 48 et bbci4,1e. 89 i hEIR i RUST. W. HUTCHLN'S. PATRICK- SMITIT, AdIn'r. the School Howe attached to Sf.Join ChWrI'

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