The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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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from tAt Xanhville Union.jIAJOB in 1814, and exerted a decided influence in From the surrender of Vera Cruz to the i them that he was the victim.of most malignant From the Florida SetHin, Dfc. SO. The steed of the Knight of OckWkonee m a small ::
GENERAL.PlLLOW.. bringing its deliberations to a harmonious result. fall of the city of Mexico, Gen. Pillow was 1 conspiracy, bit that .when the facts TOURNAMENT.The I but compact and muscular bay, and his dress consist t I
and services of the dlstm.'F" In the canvass which followed Gen.Pillow efficiently and THE of a coat of pink cloth, dark pants and cap adorned I
cljaractcrs I actively); brilliantly engaged.To I were developed vindication would be
,e march of centuries has effiic l
nearly *< ever with three brilliant feathers. It
of both political' Parties' arc nowPrLin" took nn active and efficient detail' his services would be to write the : and that wan easy to see that
hfs would
complete do
me.n par leI i [countrymen TttiL'of th *c feudal times which were the birth f]he was perfectly at home on horseback He strike
1 the' scrutiny of the public mind, I was a confidential adviser of Mr. Polk, history of the several bloody battles and the I, him justice. The blow which was aimed by and life of chivalr. In days of yore, the Knightly t the ring and it alls.( JI
aad of"the selection of candidates for the j well as an able and eloquent advocate of his glorious victories which signalse the progress j'' (;env Scott, and which was to be baron led h:: to the &}of battle to maintain ,I In the second coarse, the ring was taken by the

""Tacv. And Vice Pre-idencJ' which is to I election. Since theclose of the Mexican war, of our army from Y Crz t the city i I I the finishing stroke, was seized intende rpon Gen. with sword any knee hm .,itr quarrel; and the ]Knight of the Desert Knight of the Lake, sod the I
LtJe during tlie coining spi ing. Itis gen | Gen. Pillow's name has been earnestly brought of Mexico. After the battle of Cerro Gor-; I as the meais of insuring his triumphant ;j aspiring youth, clad in triple Ited, sought and throughout ]Knight Tuscawilla ; it was touched and knocked from
Christendom combat (
V l that each party looks to the forward for Congress, and for Governor of do Gen. Pillow have I' an opportunity fr ImE.Te j its place of suspension by the Knight of the Lowlands ,
; onceded was promoted PrsidE'nt vindication. Most men would deed*of Douglas! and Rn.Jutph.lf Richard Our i ]Knight of the Highlands, Knight of the Black Plume,
rnlih I fonts Pis'sidclititl standard bearer, and Tennessee, but he has prmptl. declined the Polk to the rank of Major Gentral-the wisdom I sunk under the power which (;CI. Scot i on and Chevalier Bayard, .tilh'e in the lays and the Knight of Ocklockonee, and missed by Philip .
mattel r of course the candidates for the honors thus tendered { the of which was fully illustrated by the su brought to bear upon his victim; but Gen.! *of minstrels and the nonces of *--erin the i the Falconer and Kl Caballero de Espersnza. m
t* Presidency are expected to come from !ji harmony and success of the democratic party perior ski and ability displayed by Gen. Pillow met the assault with fearlessness and I grave historian of those distant times uhausl bis rhct-1 I In the third and last coarse it wan taken by the r f
in their eulogy, and the pen of part invokes a ]Knight of Tuscawilla, the Knight of the Highland
would underrntcthe.L. his ore
I not to .
own personal his
nth.Whilst j promotion.In Pillow position. Whoever I confidence and resolved vindicate -i
i l.leratl not only to J new: spark from the altars of the Mines, in attempting Ia | and Philip tho Falconer and touched by the Knightof ,
1i1,4 dtrnc from the services of anyonet the all-absorbing question which has die looks carefully details of the military himself, but to overwhelm his enemies I',11 flight equal t that lofty theme. lO\ however, the the Desert, Knight of the Lake,Knight (the Low :. '
t p nroininent democrats in the_ South, tided the North and the South for the last operations, which won the splendid victorious !I with disgrace. The result of that | i progress of government and 1"1 18 superseded ]lands, Knight of the Black Plume, and the Knight of
ff i, names bate been associated with I t the I I few years, Gen. Pillow has taken a deep interest of Contreras, Cherubusco and Chepul-j, trial is fresh in the recollection ot celebratr every these customs of antiquity Still, chivalry, ass part I,
use Presidency, I cannot but feel grtifed'I His feelings, and sympathies have tepee, will find unquestionable evidences oft merican citizen. It has forever silenced and J of still our lives meial and flourishes organization in individual Is not extinct breasts.-iu As spirit |,:i Owing to the conduct of the horse of the Knight

'orliatone} of them is a citizen n. '" been, and still are strongly with the South- i military sagacity in the suggestions and plans II i: put to shame his malignant re'icr whilst it !j I i illustration of this truth, I to give an imperfect an I ofTuscnwilla by the in Knights the first but course the ,noble another Knight tilt was in awarded -

( ard. that his claims to the democratic j he has looked upon political! abolitionism and of (en. Pillow, which contributed in an cmiI has covered his enemies conspired I I'! delineation of a pa..a2o prop'3rO which t place i the ring, destined the chance of becomingthe approaching r\

"!w are regarded with favor in many I fre'80hsm, as an unjustifiable} and dangerous I lent degree to the achievement of the brilj!ij j against him with damning disgrace. It hasi:(1 near our city on the morning o the 19th[ uIt The i victor of the day,and,reversing his lance,knocked
*"! ton the I Union. I allude to Gen. GidJ interference with the constitutional lights of I| liant rE'su1-he will also find that these rev I brought prominently before the country the i I' fete had been fixed fur the but the inclemencyof the ring from iu place. The generous deed, by no

J1 Pillow J and with a hope of contiibuLsome I' Southern men. In disposing of the question I suits might h:1'e been reached with a much I. extent and value of his military services ;j- '!. di.I:1 that day era in and the the climate previous of one Florida,;forming prevented., a they ;means Knight,surprising elicited a shout to the of friends applause of from the chivalrous end of

decree to a proper appreciation I of slavery as connectedith our acquisitions i I, less sacrifice of precious !blood, if Gen. cot. and in that way the public} mind has been I!I Throughout both days it was intensely cold, and the the list to the other. one .

,11 merits, I propose in a brief way to iof i Territory from :Mexico, he believed that i I had followed the suggestions and counsels of I, disabused, and the public judgment has been !!': rain, which continued almost without intermission, The Knight of the Lake the Knight of TuscawUla, '
CS tithe prominent features in his character 1 the extension of the Missouri compromise line I Gen. Pillow more closely. This remark is I made up. Gen. Pillow managed and directed :I: ro/e as it fell, encrusting with ice the whole face of the Knight of the Highlands and Philip the Falconer, ,

Afr have been exhibited in his Iri\ut and ''to the Pacific, would contribute the most especially applicable to the disastrous blunj I!II j. his own vindication, and we fearlesly assert I I nature. But thanl to a kind presiding genius; ,on the having each taken the ring twice as above described, .
of th
I j morning not a speck darkened the contest now took between
a new
place them in which
public ewicr. j' equitable and satisfactory adjustment The I der commit.t by Gen. Scott in not fJlow.1 I that none but a man of the most exalted :!I hca\cm. Ji and valley, forest and field, looked a. the ring was take twice by the Knight of the Lake,
Itis not nit purpose to wrte the. biographyorw preservation of the National Union, however, ing up advantages after the victory talents, and of the most remarkable traits of'i though a vtil o burnished silver 1:31 been thrown once by the Knight of the I tighlands and twice touched, ":
(pronounce the< eulogy of (,en. Pillow, !; upon its original terms and with its constitu Chcrubusco, but in disregarding the counselof i i character could have successfully grappled i! above them- grass, no longer green, seemed a once touched by the Knight of TuscawilU and a "
wt present a mere outline of his charac. tionnl guarantees, was at all times a paramount Pillow and Worth and in agreeing to an with such overwhelming odds, and made his bound'efs' carpet of frost work, and every tree, and like result by Philip the Falconer. p

wand t venires bv. way of showing that the ; object \ill him, and* hence he uniform armistice. Agaist the earnest and repeated prosecutors bite the very dust in which they t his bush resplendent, and shrub beams, upon threw which back the gorgeous a myriad of sun cst,- The still Knight of Tuscawill and Philip the Falconer .. ,.
gems being equal, single
which have been made in favor of condemned proposition which looked advice of Gen. Pillow the armistice I n course attests the right to
to him.
pdicatious every was agreed sought prostrate I more brilliant than though each bough wire (pendant choose the second Maid of Honor. The Knight of "
pis)promotion remit upon substantial 1 I claims to : to disunion as a remedy for the evils of the I upon and every advantage won at the TEX ESSEE. with n tbOU&1lt Kohinanrs.At TnlilCtwilL'tlkes the ring-Philip the Falconer touches.
political honors Much of this! undertaking ;;. South. The sacred light of revolution he !j I cost of the lives of a.thousand brave men at I I Jurdlcn end of a valley, from which the''.. The Herald now proclaimed the Knight of the Lake
iierfnrnwd several years since, by a writer was willing to resort to only in the last extremity I Contreras and Cherubusco, was given Northern Negroes. j I ground rose by gentle acclivity to the sparkling woodsi victor, the Knight of the Highlands second, the Knight -
\:1 up i surrounding r it, was suspended a small l ivory ring the of Tnscawilla third and
in the\ Nashtille\ \ mon, whose acquaintance ; and when the oppressions or :dominant and the enemy allowed time to collect his I Nineteen out of twenty of the blacks in the j I object at which the Knights who enrolled themselves 1 TIle gallant Knights Philip now escorted tht.aIt.oer the successful( .

with Geu. Pillow had been intimate for : majority should become intolerable.} routed forces and to trect formidable I I i North command no more respect than the! i I for the conflict, were U> direct their ln'e. About champion into the presence of the Judge of Sports .
many \nr", mid whose knowledge of the '] Whilst; he has not regarded the compromisemeasures I able fortifications. After two weeks of fruit- > same number of sheep, and being left to j pnr- i i 2O) yards distant, at the southern extremity nf the who bestowed upon the point of his Lance the crown .
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x triiiruiit:; traits in his characterta< accu- as doing full justice to the South, he !i less negotiation, the crier became palpable i MIC their' own inclinations, they spend their i' list, was the pint from which they were to run their which itt soon to adorn the brow of unrivalled beauty. .
i Rte and } 1 shall not hesitate> to aLit has looked upon them as the result of a com- when Gen. Scott found himself obliged to rev'I i i diys in idleness and their nights in vice de- i j from l'urS.the A I concourse! of Ibli and gentlemen i The Kni'jht alone then moved slowly around the lists
tlroI. I adjoining ccmnte, as as from our city and. at his second circuit placed it the brow of
: to murt sketch of that writer as I pc in which the South as \(1 as the North i fight the battle with numbers reduced and in | pending on charity or theft for the necessaj t j and the country round about, were askcmbltd on the 1 Miss Don* TBIM.ETT, of Jefferson. Never on did eoroh
dl'l appropriate my I wesCnt }pui'po>e. I was bound in honor to acquiesce, and heiTce I II I the fare of fortifications, which had been Ij j jI I ties of life. We have travelled hundreds of i I rising ground surrounding the hxtsattl A. M. A I net grace a fairer brow-iic-vcr did the bluah of rum*
.(it'ii. Pillow is now in the' prime of man- 1 III has maintained that both patties to the I strengthened and constructed during the ar- !II miles through the South, and can testify to I j d-stint sound of the bugle l s x>n announced the :tvml..: tinge a fairer cheek-
of He \ covenant should be held the I| of the Knight, and now they may be seen appmHil I _brighter than n summer's ,
howl being Jt'f tl:1 fifty years age. to high obllga- mh tiee. the fact that the slaves live and more | morn
I l ing in order from their bivouac in the ;
I When all the Heaven is streaked
it descended fll as gallant an ancestry as eons growing out of the adjustment In this The victory ofChapultepec secured! the i; comfortable and happy, in every respect than woods. neighboring; And fieck'd with bn! !hes." with dappled tires,

ercr contributed liy their t-m-rgy and enterimicto light, he has cheerfully acquiesced in the fall of the Mexican Capitol, and crowned ;i our worthless negroes. With here and there It was : goodly sight THis last act closed the ceremonies of the day and

I subdue the obstacles, im-Llent i to pio- 1, compromise, as a final settlement of the slavery the campaign with a halo of glory \llich I l honorable exception, the negroes of the Tn we the embattled pomp, as with the step was followed at night by a splendid ball at the City .
wet life, and !by their valor and patriotism to isut and stands earnestly opposed to its will shine with undiminished brightness in 'I North never aspire to become mechanics, oreven Of stateliness the b"rb steeds come on ; Hotel over which the O/icen of Love and Beauty,attended
the tribes for their merciless disturbance either at the North the South. To see thepennous rolling their lonjr waves by her Maids of Honor, presided. .,
chastise savage or all time to come. Gen. Pillow's chivalrous. i iI respectaele 1IJolers-theJ} will always
and broad
the and
Upon breeze, bright, When consider the
we chancier of the
hatcheries, or our border settlers. From aninfotrv These were the views expressed by Gen. Pil- | conduct in that splendid achievement won be found doing the lowest and most degrading Tc-ssing their blazonry.b'oner made very heavy by the melting of the ice--ground-and the

famous in the early history of onr ;t loin the Southern Convention, in which hedissented j for him the title of the Hero of Ciapilter.oc! | drudgery, and all the money they obtain They marched under the direction of Col. '\"' fact that this was the first affair of the kind ever M-

Mate for their bold and dating interpidity in I from the action of the 13J'orit\ -the justice of which title was fully acknotvleded i| is spent for rum, which prepares them STOCKTON, of Gadsden,Marshal of the Day, t.whoseknowledge : tempted in Florida we feel confident in challenging
in remonies. the :
of the
Knightly arrangements day To those who
and la avenging their wrongs with promptj! j It is not my purpose to present even asketch of the soldiers as their commander was borne j prison. T.eJ arc destitute of good breeding were especially)' due. After a graceful circuit: of the only fo-js.to nay Knights. were unsuceesifullhave

tude and success, ((I. Pillow has iuheiitcd tf the military: services of Gen. Pillow I wounded into the work soon after its occupation and learning and all! ncibition to be honest lists, they were halted in presence of tho.Judge o the '' Tis not the least] disparagement; .
some oftho-e [,leculiir: clriracUmtic: whichLn't' j I -this must be the work of the faithful hi lo1 by his brave tn,op s. and virtuous. We know that the welfareand j Sports. Maj. GEORGE T. WARD, who pronounced tn To be ddected by th event ; ,
\ mukl.II.ishol: (history. Until he entered 1 rian. My I object wilJe accomplished I'J'cry I cannot better conclude this sketch than i happiness of the negro would be consulted them an address,replete with the true poetry of chiv Nor to be beaten by main force- .. "

upon his duties as a Brigadier General j j brief references part borne by him in by adopting the language of the writer already if he were taken from his state of fre.tlom airy, setting their forth view the the terms example of the of combat the illustrious, presenting But That does not make a man the worse :

in the lnti war, lie !had sought' and had filled i sOle of those brilliant engagement hi: which referet, to: ( ) an.l sent to the South, and we doubt i I Knights t o former days, and conjuring; them, ai each And to without turn back blows! and give run up away the,day; .

110'ublie!' civil tation. lie was literally tag 'lour galhnt troops won immortal honors in It our intention to allude to the whc her i would be a moral tin to seize every'1 Ive h' nor, and hoped for the approving smile of his Or to surrender ere the the assault
Len {from the walks of private life, and trans. J their brilliant and victorious march from Vera various occasions on which Gen. Pillow I nnother's-son-on-ent and sell them into slavery 1![ lady ,e, to bar himself Knightly in the coining That' no man's fortune, but his fault.*' '' '
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f md tl a liigiily honored military position.tiscwnmissbn Cruz to the city of Mexico.i signalized i his skill as a commander.: 'l'Imej j (appropriating the proceeds to the paymentof 1! confic now to your devtir Sir Knight" Another field,another day may attest their undoubted '
the throbbing anxious the
Uu: it musthe! borne in mind that hE received i i The military service of Gen. Pillow commenced incidents of the brilliant march of our gal. I. our State debt) than it is to let them remain I e pass, and the earnest hope to place heart,the crown emulation upon j merit. SPECTATOR

; from : President who knew I in the summer of 1810. He arrivedat tnt army' from Vera Cruz to the city of I here, half-led, half clothed and unedu- !!the brow of his especial fair one. They are at the head I' The Herald on Foote. I
'lima: : personally and was intimately acquintet Camaigo in command of the Tenl'sSt and the prominent part borne by fated, leading a life of misery and destitution I j 1 of the Ii.t. I'I'I The New York Herald characterizes the

smith Ins peculiar traits of cututtr. TIItH? '! brigade and participated strongly in the gen.i him in the several splendid achievements of;, At all events, tie are satisfied something must The proclaims, The Knight of the Desert/' "everlasting Foote," who has made more

jwcliar traits !jxiiiited him te President i' ernl desire of the volunteer troops to be actively that march, are too fresh in the minds, of an I /be done with them, and that before j,, that Mr. Barnard character Ellis advances, of Tallhae.a aces who to personates the : fuss in the Senate since the commencement
i flW (
h( }pus e.ing high qualifications as :' engaged with the enemy. In this deg admiring country to require any reference 'ears They must be either cleared man., ', awaiting the signal which is t begin the pleasing fnlnt'i per-'! of the session than all the rest of that body
n,ifitarv' ernnmatdf: r. sire he was disappointed, the lot hating fallen to them in detilre may remark, however j ji i and property of our white citizens': formanccn of the day. lie i mounted on a nubile :f: together

"In the prosecution of his private pursuit!, to other gallant commanders to march up that as a military commander he ex w ill beJ rendered olfe. The evil is daily' black Arabian- steed, with long mane and flowing tail. :'i "Gen. Foote, the celebrated Senator from

<;ifn. Piow had displayed a quickness of conedition :Jon Monteiey. Gen. P's uties! were not less 'I' hibited the same prominent; traits of charac- !f increasing, and we may as well mEt it sooner i;, of whO the raven.shining coat A jacket would of shame red cashmere the glossy, with plumage scarf i'!' Mississippi, is a very extraordinary sort of aI

:promptness in execution, an energy J j arduous and dangerous at Camnrgo than i j ter which we have referred to as hating or later. The longer we postpone action ': and slippers of the same white, full man, after a fashion. Under a stiff breeze' be
in action and a (success in results which were those of the officers who were winning U3!ked his private career. Tearless of danI in regard to it, the more difficult it will be to ; trl\tf of white silk tmbriJerlwih tle ankcl. and a I I::, drifts before the wind, utterly unmanageable
observed, in the business transactions of laurels in battles. His time 1 : : borderedon the desired end and rid ourselvesof of the finest musJiii, adorned '
art was employed {I her, his conduct on some occa&'ons :accomplish i I> turbl spangles : or is laid upon his beam ends. He is entitledto ,4'f
few men. His mind operated with uncommon in attending tl) the instruction of his command hnss-lut} it was rashness in exposing the growing evil. compose his dress. Bat away with mere exte1 considerable and it for his efforts in the Senate
rapidity, and he ren< hd his crnchiMons in the duties of its new profession and in his own in leading his command I As to the Abolitionists, and "abolition philanthropy rior-the bugle sound, and the gallant Kuigbt with i i: in behalf of the .
person : !lance in rest, is bounding forward his lie'! compromise measorE'S.i -
alUiht at : glance, aid in the Il'1t moment watching over the lives of his troops which I' in the situations where officers of his grade' : ," the latter is a cheat and the for.! nl the ring-he'll take it. .\h.(I no!t'Uf.AI'! his i I' The late results in Mississippi in favor of the Union -
l*\)iircadt fur action. No matter how important : were subjected to imminent peril from the fatal seldom )lead. Notwithstanding tl extraor-j I'I mer a set of miserable }hypocrites. There j jI spirited eh'rzr avoids-he touches it, and i i iI have given him a favorable reputation

or complicated the transaction or en diseases of the unhealthy climate. I Itis t i > j dinar efforts which were made( depreciate! i I' is not an honest man among them. They I J The heJJ announces the Knight of the Lake,:11. J i throughout the country. Rut, in doing a good

te'prie; ho Same: it in all its bearing; at one probably true that as many: of our brnc men I his s/r'ics. the judgment' of all impartial are as great vagabonds as the negroes, and :!: Robert handsome) .S. and He takes position suit, of mounted brown cloth i I thing, he overdoes it. It is' Monsieur Tonson

tw, and &B if by intuition, made, up his mind: i foil victims to disease whilt so in depot at I military men has pronounced his approval, !j! more unprincipled, because they hate the in. ; which .rnl his person drt'wd.n du-pla\s a to advantage II i I! come again/ till the affair becomes a joke and

I toils course, and thin suffered no ob} "ki- Camargo as fell by the perils of battle during; j I i and assigned to him a position along tide of;,! teliigence to know what is. right, but lack the i hi< fting, graceful cutJc.. )A scarf of red bilk and j:: the joke a bore. A prudent man guided by elementary '.

fttl cbwL iiia energy and no doubt ever to the, same period, but there are 111drt'dl of j| the most skilful and successful heroes of thenation. desire to pursue it It would be no greater ; a black cap with waving plume complete his costume. principles of common sense, would
cod Ins success He combined, in an un- grateful hearts which will cherish wilh pleasure I' social or national loss to have them sold into I A blast from the bugle and away he flies. A more I' have been satisfied, as a Senator, with the results

o 11 manner, the capacity: to devise with the recollection of the unremitting nlE'n. I is impossible fully to comprehend and slavery, than the negroes. A thorough go- ,I easy bar.and With fearless what rider intensity never his followed large hound blue l''eil or leapeda fixed : of the late election, as conclusive of the ; .

ttattt execute llencehe was (eminently ton; of Gen. Pillow to his sick and dying appreciate the true character of Gen. Pillow, !ling black hearted abolitionist wi give two upon: that flng. He seems to charm as it were to the I complete ratification of the compromise.Not .- f\V' \

wcces,ful as a practitioner of law, and not j without examining the peculiar obstacles II i tol.lr towards: defraying expenses of i point of his ..'. He takes it. Twas well done- so with General Foote. lIe comes back
iiMtoin the various iinpoitaut eiiUrpii.esfonnceted men.When Gen. Scott dismembered Gen. Taylor's i which he had to encounter and on.rcom.- stealing a ngr and one towards purchasing I I and a full note from the bugle in honor of the acbieve-I fo the Senate to fight the battles all oven a- I f
with his private aflairF. I In of i iI i ij his freedom. He will harbor a fugitive on :,' ment m'ncli-s: with the applause of the e
nil command for the purpose laying siege j J His appointment as a Hiigader Genrl was : and m gain. lie likes it, just like the ol dfcllow of
loses itself in who reecho the distant hills
these, his character for proinptn ss, industry, to Vera Cruz, Gen Pillow marched for Tarn-j j I seized upon by the whig press throughout iI' I his premises and make him work until he has I j I I The Knight of the Lowlands,among Dr. John Eppe, is at j,j the 'Deserted Villagewho

wrjy aud |p er l''flS fully e t1LlJI't 'pico, there ernlmiked and was present at the the country, as the basis of a most violent : earned something worth hating and ten i iw- his pet, riding a handsome) Bay, and dressed in a suit II IIu Shouldered his crutch, and slowed how field* were h .
landing of the \ml'rical army opposite Sac- I' and unsparing assault! upon the I'resideut.-i! form the poor dam kie that his master ;, (black, with a graceful feather ih his cap. The signal [won. .
(: Pillow had ; him and he had better stick his is given and he dashes forward towards the Like Webb, of the Courier Gen. Foote is
.n (enjoyed the advtntngeseducation rifirios, on the 9th of March, 1847. In the !This was followed up with faithful severity t tj I cu. -leaving I j ivory n
(alaheral and funds in the hands of the : >. He i" unfortunate,and misses the ring. hot water man. He luxuriates in hot
thtrefori* enteredtipfa | extension of the lines of investment which j, by the whole brood of second-rate }politic- I II 'philanthropist.'l'ime water, c
The of Tuseaw ilia. Ur. W sIlin Park
leis rareer with, n \\tl trlim.and rulti- commenced on the next day Gen. Pillow beg I I inns l who caught up and repeated with untir1i j true uhn1tloni ts are the decendants of I 1 1j bill i ilO announced Knight and advances to the front ton of the asembed I and the hotter the Better. He is a Thomso- ;

vstidtncmj.: His.I 1 t l'I was na'urally of a Cll first actively engaged with the enemy i industry the malignant calumnies and as- j I the the Revolution, and area Kni:ha. IJw charger is a wild and rt"tll'llllt j nian steam doctor, and, nolens volens, he enforces .s

b\I t l mid !culure had ,n-I (tiUl'llim l .,11 giving an idea of his conduct in this his ,; persions j j themselves always found on the side of their i I, liny, and his contume similar in moet respects to that i his practice without mercy upon hia '..
J or'tlln g t IHm'hon in any one engagement we choose to adopt the lan tans, for mere party purposes. He was assailed I!j! country's enemies. They are :trecheroui I of the Knight of the Lake. At tl.a blast of the bugle, 1 patients."

e :IL' ProetMous. Front the time that he ''guage fr of the report of his d 'ibiol comman with abuse, denunciation and ridicule, 1 I' hypocritical. ungenerous and uncharitable j j and he gilts refuses spur, but-the his daring fiery steed horseman rears,soon and" stirs plunges his What next -The scientific men of Franco .. /If

t.j, tllf t te gar ilh} his license, he I der, as follow : to such an extent that long before he had set of fanatics, deserting only the contempt courage with the steel," and he flies upon his Course. are speculating on the possibility of freezing .
I a most extensive' an 4 l lalorious. I A few minutes after Gen. Pillow, hating met the enemy, the public judgment seemed of their neighbors, and unworthy the good o- How he rides : like an arrow in the wiud-but unhappily a man packing him in ice for a few ,1
UUf'nl'A -I,* ker I him. Few could''II of all who value the and ,just at the moment of reaching the ring,his horse up years,
sl'I 1 he boon took a prom- : penetrated the chapperal, encountered the to be made up against men pinion peace prosperity and then restoring him to life. A
/ > in bu profession. He Mexican in of the ruined I have borne under the crushing! weight of of their country. We do not in the I iieeorie frightened, and performs such lofty evolutionsthat young man, ",
reason- infantry I "
tfM.itOn' I U.e'icn1y up} i the gallant Knight; is forced to throw down his I after being frozen up for eleven months on tho ..
"fe of and force, wllih.t hia knowl. building, whence :fer some sharp firing, he I this combined paiti/an wu-rt. I was continued least misrepresent their character. How unjust :I lance in order to give him his undivided attention. I Alps, by having the Mood of a living man
tfll* tn I 1 nature taught him how to *ip- drote them with one ollicer and three I with umuii'.atl.t ferocity, whit Gen.! it is not, to hold the entire North rep on- j i He missed the rin!. infused into his veins, was enabled to move :0 .
passimms, and his OW.1. of dc- men hating been left upon the field. He II I Pillow was performing deeds i of daring Bible for the ravings and buffoonery exhibit 1 The Knight of the Hishland, Mr. Charles Byrd, and speak Criminals arc about to be demanded
r!1tOD enabled 1 which would few fool* uho are better fit for the mad takes position upon proclamation of the Herald. Hisequipment ,.
to combine/ .in I.ato his or. i now opened his way through the chapperal, on bard-t'ought LHtlc.frh, by a of government to be frozen on \
is in excellent taste-a handsome Sorrel exper.
.n.7 t\'ft' available ofannwd in the and with the Ibt Tennessee regiment 'I have done honor to distinguishedcaptains house than they are to the privileges of sensible ; :
It has
I IJlct and-a dress of scotch plaid, with a scarf of plaid! sik! iment. been tried on a hare with
i more;entent of his causes The were others i (Col. Campbell's,) gained possession of I of this or any other age. No matter citizens l-Ralcr Maine Argus. I around his cap, in the junction which a single feather I complete success. This is a capital invention ,
7 Pr"rundly learned il the law as a : the magazine[ strong stone building south'!1 how bravely or skilfully he led his com- is placed. At the usual signal, he dashes away for all who wish to avoid a disagreeableevent +
awl ce, but tliercu're none who adhered of: the hacienda 1l1Jrl,] in which WEre ,;I maud, no matter with how much daring hecharged Power of Imagination. and riding with remarkable! ease, and at the highest I in future.-Portland Transcript.
t I to i breastworks of the influence of the the point of speed he takes the ring in gallant style.
dO&'IJ thE inters Is *>their clients, found a large segude rockets and [ the impregnable The imagination on ;
or *! Philip the Falconer, (plr. P. Duval) proclaims the
. the mT? bring more resources 5 itoplay II one hundred and twenty boxes of schrapnelshot \I enemy, no matter if his plans were skilfully nervous system has, on some occasions, pro. stentorian mice of the Herald-ready. He rides a New Species of Co.lon.-A new species '
I" mans gtanent of their cases. Leaving Colonel Campbell's regiment conceived, and successfully executed, no matter I duced effects bordering on :state of insani ,' small black of singular! b-auty and atth ity. His dressis of Cotton, called the Golden Chaff, has been f't.

I in the from thin' Lrtr'i iew of the (peculiar trait I to hold this point he moved on with the 2d I if he bared his bosom in the thickest of the ty. The following which we copy fioni an I I black! velvet, bordered with white satin,and a white cultivated during the present teason by the 0, .

flrnT cbaracter of (;en. Pillow, we can read. I Tennessee regiment, (Cot HlsktI'b) and theIst i! fight and poured out his blood again and again exchange paper, is a case in point : I ostrich A-Jithcr in his :1:. lie makes lundsome planters of Ilrengo and Sumter counties, J.:,

him f.ttld11)' Mr- Polk conferred upon Pennsylvania regiment, ( ) ,)I j I ; yet, the insatiate harpies of party abated u A few years since, Dlijnh Hart of Pennsylvania I start ring,as and the going bugle lightening sounds Within, his stirrup 20 yards tl'atl.'r"l'l'l of the Alabama. The weed is diminutive and the .

drat a hmgln military command. lime Pr est. I against a body of cavalry and infantry occupying I, nothing of the violence and malignity of killed a rattlesnake in his field with way and, falls to the ground, but disdaining to turn seed very small. The staple is quite fine- : j

o this appwt- Upon, his own knowledge I the railroad at its intersection wit the the assaults. As he pushed forward with unceasing out any injury to himself, and immediately the point of his lance downward he still keeps it in Fourteen hundred pounds of it in seed will, J r .

qualifications' and although others were I MadelHiie ronl Here the enemy again: energy towards the Capitol of Mexico after, put on liis (on'i tvaintcoat, both being rest and takes the ring. X) single course of the day it is said, yield five hundred pounds, and j .

ilf, i fUf alley were unacquainted I driven, was now pursued through a and aided in winning victory)' after victory of one-color. He returned to his house, on could surpass that jilt could equal! it. yields one third more than any other specie.
tOlll The Herald announces El Caballero E"pctrtn7.3. 1
Poll cl'arncter' of G;en l Pillow, Mr.nw I dense chapperal and over a rugged country his: enemies at home their exertions his attempting to button his waistcoat; lIe (Lieut. Wm. Most-ley,of.lefi -rsna.l Seated on a m.ignificent of Cotton ever lasted. If ;, ,
rdfni1ied that the appointment wouldt' I to the crest of the hills south.west of t this ; and sought to overwhelm his name I, found to his astonishment that it was much : roan lie moved slowly tibia pout. His drcs The Power of the Frrsw. The Methodist +-. _
t*1 ullol I be highly satisfactory to the coun : city On these hill the enemy rallied and with a cloud of odium and obloquy which 1 too small. His imagination was now I is a dark blue frock,and short pants of same color,boots Book Concern in Now York rmptoys 8. .

It made a show of resistance; but he was compelled I could never be dispelled h his achievements : wrought to a high pitch, and he instantly topped with red ; a Hear of light blue! silk thrown j joer es and 200 hands ; the Tract House press.13 .. :

Pl oir said in I the fOI(going IKttc1 that Gen. I as before t retire, as our troops steadily no matter with what)splendor they j.i I conceive the idea that lie had been bittenimperceptibly I:. fined his by A left rosette shoulder of deeper, and crossing hue JOLt his above breast the is right con! presses and 2 '5 hand ; tie: Uille House, 10 :.

Illd' never sought or tm.d any civil sta. advanced, until completely routed, besought 1 might shine. His reputation seemed at one]' ;by the snake, and was thus hip. A black ehapean with a light plume of blue,give presses and 5 00 hands, and the Harpers 20 _
a't jf I'uLJ.I life previous to liis appointment shelter under the guns of the cU-I time to bo effectually: (tmne J'i i'I swollen from its poisen. Ho grew suddenly au cutline of his tasteful costume. Perfectly motionless presses and 400, hands.-total in four establishments *' .

n.! "ngadier. General bv President 1)talk.u .- The two regiments lit name although exposed I the reach of defence by political friends very ill, and took to his bed The family, in rider and stead seem an equestrian statue, but '51 presses and 1175 hands, of 1
true% Lit it is also true that for many t the fire from guns of the city, I This was especially the case when) General great alarm and confusion, ummone three the bugle wakes them into life, and now he, charges whom about 420 are females. The Appletoos '
Fears down the list. His riding is
lie a perfect specimen of the
democratic bad been repeatedly urged hy his bivouacked these heights" Scott joined the conspiracy, and undertookto physicians, and the usual ( were, pre dragoon officer, a style acquired no doubt in his own also keep'18 pressed running good putt of, .': ,
fiends* to accept |political honorsflllf This was the most important action which strangle his ,'ictil by bringing to bear up. scribe and administered. The patient, how. regiment, the 3d dragoons, which rendered efficient the time. .
hands. T..c! solicitations were uni. occurred in the extension of the lines of investment on him the full weight of his exalted name ever, grew worse every minute, until at service the Mexican War. His carriage !i. very The Jackson Monument Association

( declined* y ", and yet no It'mherL at the celebrated siege of Vera and station. Abused, slandered, ndiculed length his son came home ith his father's precise, met, firm and graceful; lie horse shies-he Washington, have ,ull1 ihed.an in .1{ .m

"devotinmi: flfjnocrttlo,' natty wa more ardent in C.uz During the siege Gen. Pillow had aconspicuous and villified, at home, by the united strength waistcoat dangling about him. The mystery lope n.illlll'll'of the a hill ring, which, and, was running probably on in slippery descending' froiu the. which'they state that( the subscriptions Address already, hi W J,
Its doctrines and iU share in the which of the whig Gen. Scott undertook to was instantly unfolded, and the pntle.it: particle
'ld n t snccess. operations pa ty, of ice in the grass, his steed fell and turned a received, 812,500, have been expended for !
!one* was more enthusiastic resulted in the fall the work of defamation and destruction being relieved from his imaginary apprehensions ;I .
* prompt and of that important place, complete} complete summerset,which would probably have killed the purpose: designed, and that further i
tL&1 !tiini! "5 |its c&n required to the
ualasttc complete
of Genackson General 1 which existed How he to health. him8ch.-totiJI, be was somewhat bruised. :' ; I
adlntr and gave Gen. Pillow was selected by that at llme. and
> 1415 furnish .
8 The Knizht of the Black Hume (Mr. PiehDu. a pedestal. Tho '
plUIQltaton? a zealous 1 and uniform Scott an one of the Commissioners 'for the wa ever to escape irretrievable ruin, under t Is ,. 1 '
: val) rides a handsome bay,light,active and very spirited statue to be erected in La Fajette Square, \ J
&Pt a neighbor of James K. Polk, negotiation of the terms. In speaking of the such circumstances, his best friends could An Irishman who had blistered his fingers and altogether suited to the rider. His dress is Washington. 3Ir. Mills the architect is said t. ,
'melt. personal! a well as political)fl lend, manner in which the Commissioners discharged not see. Yet, amidst the thickest gloom by endeavoring to draw ou I pair of boots black velvet trimmed with white satin, pnnts short, to have executed the work, with skill'''; 4,1 ;
MWciations ,were intimate, and their aAII their duties, the General-in-Chief) f which} hung over him, Gen. Pillow exclaimed- boots tipped with silver, a full cap and sable plume.It .- great ",1

\intent v I pJtel questions cordial. He said : that four more able or judicious officers his friends not to doubt, much ?ess entrtlte des "I shall never get them" on at all, until I nrpnwed-h is enough to WM say in of the his bighttt riding that dgrc it rooM afraMlJ not and be and taste.statue It of will its size l be the that first has bronze been executed equestrian e ;., i -':

IQftbr Baltimore Convention ; could not have been desired.. pair of his final triumph. He announced to wear them a day or two % f rlfY. He touchet tit ring and it fall*. in the United States. ", .'

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the profeedi a pinietinff J j
l_ of the publish! by request
ii At of the citizens of Marion coun grounds, not only for the preservation [ "In aid of tlu rntcrprizp, Jk bilKis now ponding in'GHurress in the flourishing emnty of ifcffioh, fwipr: liow nN j totowJt i
ft met ting but of the in tito. Iwjd
Union and the constitution L:: = providing of alternate see- ,
z a grant rVry <.fy
Ue ma> nir own
in Ocala on tW length HI part? will ha, IirVremrtst
r ? house ,
,, s tv, held in tho court lion and equality of the South. H? ''l Khclwi -r.i..LL.UIASSEK: :; ti-n f>r teu mites 0 A t/'WATrf e of. tfi<* l tad .vruvrcjtuelicil ptorpoifes o{tVnweting are egplainetl.ftt fuIJlia4j*
,. 4 4 3i day of December dai ing court week, wh<5ft > tfo ,- ? M ye vaout wbtw it has pr lnioleiujd'? -wlr.tiou-.aJoTrf J, a* we" as ia fto -whbr North nor S h

i: namber! of citizens of other counties nflltw; hihi lt.1itd Ieti T made.- h SATUSbAY, JAUTIAEY 31852. .sl'f.'rjprmttlstnh ()fati euat,, quaitr, tJie kut4 remarks h d* by the vnri
iJa were Gen John! Scott was unan.itiouUj ed ', ) .M Tine 4|'. Wlit'iV* 'omsidi1 the greatnt1.flr.ldi& tIthe i eL.j.V* i'/er fn>at n aVtioUj-i; t' -j Tt Jievittyari.L .,
present oW cofde'tztcv .. 0) t (ke. LJerv ftbc vtrnnui UnIted teliSf .
> offoo
: J2 ll&ittirCtb'e
.M'"r" f" & P.ro'tItr. ren.'uruo4n
and OeaiaSlhat altcadaaroof f ', oil
4 .t chosen Tresidcnt upon being vg Mier mfnVrftcs oflfce revo- 1 MiSicntry KeeM.f'f ii th kumXfon of tis l 1ta.t, botliT.'r miWfcry 'eat, rojecJ at % ; l jortri ties an4 ,

i. ducted in the chair, ill a brief and! felifritofts Julian tliefiamersof the piesent government ; ilie nnnhrotrv ( the LL.iury oejty f theMetIidi4 I' and couiniem.il iMin>**<*, as well ri f>r the tr.tnsp.r- people was hut meftgre. Sa\* the ctlVr : i cneeTrue, they are Lto fQ

the object of the meetin" tatVii f nij'j f.-om the AiLiuiie the Gulf t und Tvtu"flflee ti.-o itut
(he ti party ,
explained <
address >
) but he knew no union! nor no government, K. Church in Tallahassee, will be h After forcibly depicting the dangers 11'aciiic: J TJI. we cannot d-,ub. that this grant < n-irubt-r of the Uuion den >- t >g 4 : which was not the creature of the constitution. MitboJL-t Chuicli on to-morrow cvwuu. at 7 o'clock- 'in.idt Lied for mile of thoiiglT hpprovetl of by a
"which besel our 1)t1)VtI- country in coii (?- jnvuHrfiMOO neres > every ernt. it uu ; not p.vt4i1'ttt1; l i-i by many of tbeD lbfi ;- 'ti ittjMrry'iui; iwj;
I HP I plainly: depicted the iiec *s-ity of The olM-ct of tLc i'itia'ia to rai efirtls .fc>' oppi>rt-i 1 Utfl R. ad. whtvi itt the ni"jininra price of ('flC duttar! L
i orfjirtiiitis; % r1at"lrntIe! o: 7 rornr4' e.tu..e the riti-rtated ieadtM (a* was to be *xix-ct ) backs, and no matter Iww
t : qd constitutional union ... I; and a KT acre, wTl! pioducc a fend of f$.UthJ) the ti w
the orga1iiLaIiI of a par-; the Colri'd lli i. is, aud supply! the Gupl ii the ; qikuter | donour.cexl it za a whi chip trap to catch democrat- w
i 41' of the last con rebB he urged upon the assentbk f>r the etinstniction eT n'i ef Road-a t'UflirIlk.h '! result, tL 'ir pIiticul oinditkn ILd
and every ; ean be
..: tie practicability of its organiziti .n, destitute ix-rti >usof the Ilori la Coiifcrwice. The com- TL e.iL! tto. wa-- made so short a time lf"re thy rJfrutf
th. f.irmitivia of National ConstitutionaUUtiion : ty h- i it i nSfIuly! Ulitrwed! xvj'l l-e.pjite #uf1i- ii b
a k
; XdilheYn the beneficial reu1ts.Vhat. he snid: seemed : gemme413y\ ate Im ite1 i"K in ttei lttie' \t4r.t k> reimburse ilie Surte &iid the ItJhulunl !>tk- ; itctimu; that but tl-\v Were aware it was to take : at ptvvut, Jt I* p tf |s jy
parry an.>Wi.T ngaiiist! z41I If tht se who intended to participate in the fly 't-it2i themhea4 I tai
: with! the cordial approbation of the the! of the i the dcsTlifl !holder fur in the construction and many win.
(I to meet object incctituj good of our o\vu every t-xpeiiditrre itwas
; ZtrCsiI) and Southern -cet-ion. t trfrrT .-.. - f Irtininiiipnttif tStfKnaiL'Asthe - =* netti WCCb oa1ipliuIited a* to the time ot" the day r t. & the ca. e Wilh thV Mme'rcvrtV mrKT k.7Manrhwl. S
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: -"t)rt* JoPppVM: Ta vlor undTG: I'.l TYoherton W eHt v.-- m >st e-e>u.'U>:ea1. the most fScie' t. mt'nlthe j tote hekL S & tke, here the whi ; ;
j M. Whit .::miti .Fs'1. of Columbia County :-::-_ ._.. _. ,- _;____.___ -= M;* tLT -
'I were eh-cte I t.J BPcretaiis. I IO.1 mot expeiHiious jn.vle of c i stnivti vj tliis Itojd, it U We:d Jjf ytnpathize..with the getters np of tlimn'enient aeea.Jeey, d we are F
in M*
motion of Maj. G.\ines, a committee of !liria:; lou.lly called! arose and responded a :: '- ) IVftt' Office it Tal-ifc, JlaJison County, -w I proposed t'lUt a* sooo a* (Wi14.! nwy be procured f;r but we Rte constrained to inform then that>I hazard thateee'btne,.tlwywill c
lengthy tjieeeh) notu'ithstanuing' his feeble \rc are inf.rmed by a ftiiiJ, has be ti dJj'iTiit'nued. the pnrpi. t-, that' negiH.9 s-h.ill be jKHvhiweJ bYC4irnlLIJ thej Tkyare
five were apMmited by the chair, Jo dialt res-1 they w ill Rix-onjp'Ui' u.'ti .mz. There are (olotaclc Iii; c
health, he said that though upon the eve of a '(be name < f the I5U>uuts TOTHI Pi.-t Office-, CalboimCouatv v, an 1 npiyed b Uiisrcrk.. Oa this ]>1 in, itiia | organization avkyi, and r fo>* to ,
; olutimu expre-Stive ot the s'nse of the meeti vudeurjiiCldo tiot d->uLt that U'C funicf one the way wliifh .uiu"t IK'overcome. Not the least i f i itliese 1 P
sess'nti of congress it might be som2what prennturv In been t-luinged ti \Vhmon.ii. ." : rrune- wi't jest ab>nt e'eeti"n'drcpit
i ig. Maj. L. C. G nine*, H. \V. Mar-t', of the hu'Kl-ed and fifty tln-i'said dollar?, ju'.Uciouj'y erpeadv -\ w the Juilriut deinxTats Kitura'ly entertain |' firth tlte Lef '
he organization f, U3IavOWDemoe't'
Emra Print J. and lieconrnitlee yet approved l wl1:: nure-h.ie uv'oe: e-uoiiga to eoinj'e the! j jxrln.JegWiln
McGahagin well; nrritti-n the
accordance Fur a ItMriptln c-f the uTournannat growlig out of the fact that M'/iiyt are priinipaU xxl .
cooltitnti'Hial union : ca b !
of a party, titl c U' ad tLnm h its fiih6'ie-i' li any dy elTLU is
t so appointed, having: retired wrote ," the rcaJor wT.l: pkwe e fir-t ALwanartke ; leaders i-i time' nwvcroent. fix?fear there I is a cat in i,
p ijc. ial
with the tenor of the resilul'ioas.J. ( ii a IP. Bow>bly short time and have e-very tl-' rid, eei? ;; that vfuff metM notltr ni

:;- : '.their rc oluti ms and the-a through tae-ir cuairuian 1 l. .Sanderson Esq. of I/uval county followed frma Uw NaslniUe 6* 'o'i pi't-ccutiog the naniuGcu. eurkte rtwliix-s. fir lie! neeplina i>f the Iu>n. j jVeVro the meal tub Tin t-ipei-ierce of the last twelve !' c-pt-cL-JTy siuee the pope Lave etane1j tL

Mnj. (Jaiaes: repo ted. .M. Whit Smith IZ&\. and! though he Pi'low' f'W tie Vice I'ii1tft4 cy. :\ tHpialiy eotuiJent tint 5U,000 wM: Vfhiy rJli nwnths Ins t,iog5it them sorpetbing in tr.H respect I( meavjre* aJvccitetl that
the late ( \ .< ;Ia h tiiii'' J by patty itl tt *
$ Whereas acquiescence in Viiproinise l.im- I (.xe.o.t. sup-uviivj. thecperslives tve y : In order t'ntt'je of tte: demoerat inLt beUiml-i. I I u!
in both was no politicin! he coull not lestr.iin tWe have rt-cfivenl the j cecJi-r- s of a ''a id ifl1'tefl; ( f evt-ry kiiid, lin-nnatira ; audit i* tithes a tait 7
secIioiie -
n all its parts, the by majorities and slf!; from coidhty expressing his sympathy imelin;; held at Tampa, MI the rebjof a renwviJ of''t tar%' tr tie *->inj>Utifn of the ivi n k. T.ttw a >u n ed, etitoijj leaJv, wbii; pil'tieuinshOertrgia put f'*tl. I IMi. great ruaxril that the Lr? r.f HoiiLi! naiatstaniJtty
peiityof '
; is c-isentul: to ;j-eace pro of skJi'Otv ti.rcvfjurU -f l'ch; lojst U- Cobb teir! 'i-Wile for Governor, butwhtuf'
!J.ir the success of a tnovuiiK'ut eo well ealculatenl the laduiM. Ae. vl.i :.hiri crirxarmxtTitE i'ttk. A at may as ea to siJeut from under the
our country, and to the perpetuity of oar to jtlFord protect!: to so-jheri: : iti,ti'.iitioi re.t.ik. 't bv 'i Kile & f ilf n(3..iis: wiwu the woikah tie viotrtry hid been nel'cve.l I, t'id they knowtMirtry'd&itieti AVe inclined 8in.encm BUT
on a new one. are to tlitk
and Union '!' have btoM fi-i'.hed i'l 'cte t 1'J, with tlot
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government all as.-Tho' f the icaHs ii subjict : ; v ic ? the bestowal of o2ees? Let the *t.teme 'I r
the iTeyi'jtriJy c> ; iu
; ,? and to perpetunte to &'jr. 5l"' a ( >a act iu the the
And whereas by a re-orrramiation of the! t'w! .vpl i of lao i inn an I t'uc<> of L } I 7 it on same wny were mania if A-tac ..
,.i ld! theie,is no likelihood of obtaining I be-ielits of behg called ai: American! citizen. of enr.mi c HiipaiJt! aarnij: our e'ilbeu.s. Furul,' ifie i.-k. V*e haveery ruison T>, Ije'ieve tiir.J the < t of af'-wfjctsscttlic'ef'ra'ia-ssvrer. JInE nien, a'tiitl the pm inic! t-S die ilerm ratic party a* ouVCTtocouutrr

: i> parties Mr Columbus Drew of Jacksonville i'i n'i week ].:*t %v lia.1 e ir-tkul what is colled] a 'go.1{ l i ilaiiP ir>a iiu'V lw profci-ed f.r a llbesl ti.ue oa ..ie iia'Ls? j veteran r t'crvke of the State, and aa Enlent'I the nml *
ts fhijj
inch unanimoj acquiescence, or at least an able speech cordialy favored tho formation of ct U" -rt! cnival:-oud tLis uriruin'j, when oar > 1.1 iiie C..n-pny, bearii.gijM.Ttsi; at liieiuleof *Jc jI j-and abe! tlefende", f the rigli'5 rthe S.-nth a.-* well as'of ': much rL piitiplrs.wed JM-
declaration by vlth r i i.i: its lavorbecause aa they are we are very
unequivocal titiitional iiiiion with! a phitfoim li iir CT from abroad I pir ce itanj! per cuauui.) | t the wliole Lad to be di* >hceu t to mnke way'f I I
: mcrrlianr anxi-JUaly news ,
a coi pitv ure > |I country. ] caPcd denw Ciatt'r 'li-oofje-o" if
that portion ot the democracy It will!! be lemcniuvrc*! that the Si-.e, i'Tr tl.eI! > it iui

which has prtsrvd its organization ia the that dues in>t i tvite aggre--sini: and at the j TIV u-ct-ive a full lrk flI31i vhia; (rorjuntfcri Sit.nai.! jCTmtor, \vr1 tike tTn-fi."Jd .f the st'i ii tL:s Iliad ;1 1ilie >r a brawling \vbg iu the person of }!r. Toomla. Did }' any bttUr, awl wt think that tie eT jtraticf Jb,

fame t'rii j is sntlicientl! ;.' hroioL for all the true (r'u2m Ci.trti'omut.LtCr iluui the27tb leeenibrf ', litnt Si3'(. 'wot'W pay f80.'< ) of the ?-2<"0,000. II f fbe the interests of the South or c>f the UuV.n! tltnund t! ;* j who of ;
South is .ll the are CiHcplifcied Lrlavinj
to Cevnjirotiiise ex-
oppovd :
No 'I ; b !; :WltftJ to p.o\Ued by the LiiiviJna! in Jlaii'ti feel that those ia-
fit the fugitive tlave clause', and ove-n re'ganl fiiends of the uniin.< party predih-etions and n< tlai>7 frrtn r.uy quarter that \ve hsv heard o.L change ? IX> our f.k-ails teudia thi rueeiu. gottui ap reay! as annity

0 could hIre tnt l.in: finm tupjwrting for the iis tjto cf ii4Tth s needs re'ie.lyi-. There isgne. ], 1 tcrtsts are any more safe in tie keej-ri of tLc new i
th.it as mou- than \\oithh--a ; while anwjoriiy Aii J u\v with taH b.-ef stamen-ths snepebip. to 'xFgs to eF.aage thire tfl

I of the Nosthwn Democracy approve of the IVe'sidencv the nominee of a constitutional ip! ib! ni.-M 5 !14tVhet! C.Ve c.i-i hear v.1Ji f- piinuritv 1 irne\vi.t! iniptr.'i'et-fie u.iet-mu.l. deeply Senator thau they v-ere iatLe Iji.nt3 ofJadge Etnwn t zrc equally witi wr thoir

< V>:npromise 5i: nil its pails and express a nnhioa:i co iventi ':i ; b? he whig, or* democrat. : ri "Hrcs-i 'uut: fii'.ure.butvJicn tiilmesseem to :. wti the in 'iwie oftie iiiet ..mv'lve.LwtttLl \ E-it sup oi'5 jj that a cLor e w .s Ie>raIIe, wss theie j jnouUni' and their pat ty. :

0 abide the dave law Col. Ilird M. Pearson of liernando: county tvhepl.. -e i. regnL-r r.s" -tx.-k] work," it i* i h hrjb o.irne.t1y n'IJ ze 4IUSV appeal tie! 1).i.e: the [ >u Domcerat"* wL would Lave ahswtreJ c J ..- --
villingness to by fugitive ,
a arose Iii le tJ a call ins.-cly to st.it-> aaJ ht the pat1itou au.I tl.e 1oab te !; (4 their vioZeL13. well! Mr. TcoDibs iVLire JuJ TVrlll'orn Arthur's Home Gazette.
the ctlect ol which approval uill be t.i breakup pjuse time! ) inalea fr ', Dopai taunt know that 11.CV wuukj I ircke tho.i ni 1 am..! nsttuee- as weie ts ,

4 the harmoay: of tint party, and destroy all that he did not concur iii ojiuioii \vith the our itifTeniij-* 5aJ ..ler.ibiTh3 -.* they would awakei I he i. to a su.se of ieir\ own [ .-- j jeuriiary Andrews aid Warner, and others equally as die if not i The editor of tL?* p-puar! ami ATM-I vi..j papr

chances (ort le'-organization! especially 1.) 1 ifl3i met'ti'i"'"; his views were aI1ta.nniClietl! weie ; mterp't and I te iito rest aud repu'-'lwn of our quite &> inlay itt the iudhulual elected ? As the !I sent Ut a prospectus f yr the new volrm* with a pjj,

dtteniiinc! openly to ado-.t the Comproinisi' vliul! disinflir.: In comtey to the assembly Fire at VIashint3n. S-atv"at d! ask! them to uui.e heart and h.'nd, f.trthe whiijs' were aheady TepieM-nted in tIe (U.telV Mr. request that we het it Want of space iI! prtv|
; .
y ii: full! and appiove'it) ii fciuccrityat their he declined further |'asticipation in the On tli*' irH .i ''i<; of lie 21th uL a fire brolc out in tnciiIizc.( ) LcIAiy anti sur.ees- .1' tbit u'il iu.'tett inmp.'butt .' Dawaon, would it not have cjp.-aied more strongly j cs f.om ilraso, but we Like pej.ure! i b rwmia i

iiK'tting announcing that he can.e oily as a tie 1 nt Wasl.i i-ton, Trliii-h oonsnn-.etl about ; op.i that Mr. i i-rjr ilie Gazette b the pattro- of the .
I had!
Ualtiinore platfonn for Ife.V- : C.pit i-ti abr.'ad e&Zt our I'e.iI .tkroz-ts, Ltve ') )' I they f f gotten i"iriy by tlectbg Chap- 1 pul Jj.Aithc'

And because it It intimated,, : by some nfthx' ppcct.tt.. lie said ho was a ui.ioii man: in S5.000 volc.ittsorihcC. '4r<---i<'nil L1rv, valued at 1 to e Gvemu.iie'it tf tLe Uted SLtte fr a cmtraetI [> il, or 8 uie other democrat, thus tlieiJiugtlut Repre -nho i? iU ?oe Iit..r, i ii well lavn as ipor.

Northern Whig presses that n requirement on his own way, but there \\cre ns many was 5200,0'JO, Te 1 : fire i is thought t' have t-u'isurjatcated I, to carjthe jc/eut G'lf an I Pacific JL>ii by Oen sentitioa ?ii the Sec_te ?-TLen aga'n there were olli-I u'ar w liter, through whose prodacGow TOM a mn
the tuist myuth faraily ri.e.mie'wnl n 1 U u'' Itvl tie fc ate of Fl. ii.J.L
union rcru-s > \
of l saving the : as of \ o ine anti creJitat!
the; pirt it'.S<>uthi'in Whigin a National Uni the! candle.1'fuM by the Cuts wh'ch' heat the Luik1n. The lUpuUlcrernaiks iSwh! a Road l xvi'l in line be Cim:m uvied. Itvillb- ,: -r offic.es ti l>s given away, but somehow or other ntlnir nn-raltty, totiai as a man.sal

iai; : Co"vention, of the recognition of tho fugitive bad ofblouingont t HIKIK* the} great thoruuIulue, the jjreat luiti'-JcjlLi--! distribution it wja cll!>geUier al'ii'ist eutirtly f.-r-1 j bencScul to the reaJer. The b-tie of tictevateiTho

: blave law, in go.id Jaith: and forever, tJte C"lt* Times. 44 Wl-lle the Lilrary was iu f.um.s ilK-re m* a seTVK -t \va}* .>f ;T e S. uth. Let us e vnrrte'H-e it-lit u.< 'irct' '; gutUn that there Atire any mm.pk.uat Usi.l ls wl-is- a'-tii-Ie, original and sefrj!

will! likely break: up thcliannony of the \%'l.ig ppilxiiim! that UK- fre w iud! extent 1 to the ; our iH i< i-ti it* a- i' TLe same wa* tae cse M ALil/-j, wlitrfctLfe Senate, : every variety r.f t..pi. roakieg itS
: Hard to Please. d< iu-. \\at\ t pirat; i.iirwny K-aiiinijto wMtiva.s ernit.l:1orjibiy 1 nev ia fil>'i** Uiee; AId little W our rs i,tanee. 1 t4r the flrkle an-J
% and its re-organization be < tfrloeied fivrn Trtsidtrit a paper ani.'t agre
-p paity. prevvnt upon cLurt ILtoi tlil evt-ut x-c rred the daajrrna Jw K. CALL, ) |ik.j.j'Cijhig to whit, wa to
4 flit coalition: iiiioin4 hard to -. ) om.m
natioual gr.vjudsfur 1S5C : tliev isitertaiujd tlut Me with ]p1oa'rio.lknl itad > t lu\e IH.I" ia re eimaiderabk-. IL .T. GKO. AXDEC-rsON, Cvitmlialoitcrx. \j or-keeptr with the :me lird t-f no-j iriywhic*.- 0 P'ui ta lei-are hoar. Tern.* iipt jnr, r tie

And whereas, it is aic! cssehtial to the well\eu ttl--ied) ; Jit--* of h*_ U'l4ill! ji1iic tin- aboluiiubk j p hervticid two <-lLii.f: >oi> >f C '!i".ie-- would have bo.im su HOUEIiT! LYON, ) !j N
prcsi'jvalion ot the Union, nd the lights of 0 t-dr.xto i rwju're C'.re to rctnuve itu ternpuratvojtLut4i Tely best cf the nr.t1agtfr 41.1.j
au'l ddiiiuaLV-tli! : >uai.4i binlentt> and pi.if*>*<- : ;:; j .trwbuw \iLk-h wy the 'nl<><* blow. When a
the Hnuth that the Javo law be oh.! e14wheI. I T :* forer.oi Al1E1i: prfnfed ', Psard
fugitive : of the tdijtruJ iJ Iwv thruttciie'dlUotlc
; fiiocatcThey j
of !, en.il et of i *litifia'iB aiTevt 11 be MKeuly! eiz& di i'\h u tle-
( l.i-f nverin SuJi() dav cf I.een- A
i. i: Ifl ( j jy Va-sWytou evrreq..aie ut (.f the !? 7.
served in f.iitli and fiirever the ; i thv .1iao. ami the and -lR".iti ly in-
good viiijieis
by party Bail Scad Across Florida. her: 1: jl, i-n-i IDU mniiou it 'cv.o.s IZevjlve-l. tbat the t wie f T the aunuhaeai of pat'tL-s -:>ful a Tier bek eSI \ TriL writi-
thus hound viz. the North j -inn'itvl tho jK.Miiial t irlues ol ln-tnp; and tiny! litisJly J"
: ki<*lcd: the Soiahein Ki'iLu the viv< of I'MC i'iiaib i>iie-4 nu-it s-ith the :Ii arty unpntv.il I! v.i*.d t }io er by tie! neD' lli of the tueuiw put ii' "I Lire it in.
jmj'lt- -, The C.muu iidii4ir.! umlfr thethsrit-r oorti-FtPoe In
tho IlwivlaAtan' t-Mlay (a Foon Cat
And tvli.'ca ;, oar faith in the people every of t'io B ..Iro$. and f. (her tlat; tLe 0<.nifiif->- )
where from influence's to abide jtccoiupumitiij the cxoiiu witli I li iilit.-; -> (>a IJIIH* >II fra- ie an i Gulf: Ccutral lUit K ad have i"ue-l tate I ii-nr-s be i vroici e its mUintWi ra the 1 I reipi-ijion by tbe'n. ttwy! icwanl with o'fire! tho.e. Mr. }'aiimoatisti.ritii! : out with au n w apart party ttniitnil, i of Uie farewell adilnJ>o\v, Use draw! f Lw from tl.e 1'et of
K-raj" ted iiiJoILN i and only thuxe atfciclied. to one of the pj.itks TI f.ithj j <> nan. eciMiki.t fi-r h -
ubJ..i-ie the Conbtituti'm and the Compromise in do KVIUiIiangiw*. The "souJieni Ui litn party ceitMis its L 1driL hut the j, thr.ulu Uoie L'e;,
TIlt:). RtPVN, Pyfa. (7C'O IL 1. I.I tl> 1J3Ve l wil'ing' to tee anuU'fd and kmwu no
r.t j teti
ja&ticc'; to each other, and in all!I scct'oiis o;> *- i.* ihv coiij'rniu-c.! Jt uLtiiit:'tuit; and tlamilyet: ; ducsf tl.tiy except tscki.on tei'o tluit it vz !'! 1 141' that I <$iAV ') &crttarg..f. | more araortj men we'fc ke it.fr feninttliat there is tit-ire to to the smTilit of tLe
((wet and forgive, and to bj reconciled toe'ach ory a ii3ivjJ ". It peeii Uie Conui.Lncr i R. If.vw.taI), 4 eczn a na
fftml diojg f *. It do, exai'tlv wl.nt L r jfejya.tr.Vhi 1 1oraitLru mttei fu Denn-a-.k '' and tl-ii.ttne tiSt If (1 thetr frhrni
jx jrp1M.to ? ; we ( afly
otUi'r j ii uiilmund.-d : ask for n gf-att-r Mihw.i j4jun fr<>uitle pp'ethan :I). S. W.tLhIfl, f
the union |party has all along ur cd, a.-.nd by"tloj en- I finiit jtytifi-J iii picLcL And we rep--it, that this i T&e tirt iLrre'&io.s (f thizrr here i thg ft.,
And wae-re-ti: : $, pirtiVs are1 attemj.ting to reorganize j4112 t'.L w'r-enitlie ( (, c4NBr4rnIi?(., 0it'nH.wI and itZfi-lk tttxanJ tl'JItirs. Tta rnaLl'imrn. Pretdnti.il enuitis ct :n. it i u 1 CLtttJcm Cu-

upon tilt worn out issue of the paxt, .ui i di..uiiii igoti(4I: u.iti the ( *nrI13p.4 j .h H'e ek tkisrnnu1tIJ1iric the StIt4 \ Caucus on the Compromise.Tin sib-jiii-ion or ('-tiiwt. w one of die great ob. taee in,! ro (foruo. cud u'h.iv ti.t

di viItt'Ii-t lli. 1i .: Lt; tie mini. UL-.t'4 t4cnieIvs I & mnrti,, .! j the way <.f tl:e miec-'of th' nv.v ement <-n tie part of -- .
bv dginj{ ie-c< iniii'tii' ol the CornpreiuiMe IncVo1fl i 1-* p'< &?sl to MIibe.! it Ls iti.uittt.t1. afjt-r! a '
anti rdiu upu.i ht
biM t-oaliuoiis: nud the iuilue'nce'ii oJ that.iiifl'cow!j iici>t i !,iii UIK-iii c would uiioj b..* rc.M4)3v delight'*! witjj Mipj U.i.plaeab'if i>-'.' -! ] roali.! 1 p.uJ't: ..i'ilboi -r ih" r.msm1 >f th .- J.moer'.tie I'aner- S iuotT'r.; witlnmt tr-e eo-operati-wi of tLc demo- !; _\ to IImiijiry! set-ins ta bepromispu in

party !halitt for >]>iiit <4 f

t1ert ffr4' li kill .h failed c.tlf and I.ft i .lu'irtMMi I.JE'uEt'. "tH inst to t-pett t ttt tbi* nt-w-honi -ca! for the 'isrnenutjer-
< l
ji- :t <; Lovt- u >r<>iutudotu. .4ir4 4O } rnm-ly to prati'y Mr. K .nte :mj a few trr.g- f u&iakiiig-it is gheri in the shape of the

]. Ji's )lcfd, That we whoee names are .juliiloc.) in "oii-ijcnttadi IkIII only iiutt tlie union ea1 nK ft cftickiiU rat i the m>N>tly.j .,:p4 fl1oLtw that t i t'i'! ; IK'jnivjii* n Geonjb 8'id eljewLere, trLc-se 1 inent of p.i tie* "a th r pait 1 t.f5 a party note in an ovtrj -

hereunto suij; >cnbfd and apfn'tidinl, renouncing nux w"l,ilitir but tliat :S lor tn/uilit llie ( hat. n rtunu: fib) lud .ott.1! Iflv In- vi .4-d. Two hu.Ir..I n.rns' Muffc iceently! lias llsr.steie'I to eut them tIff from j whelming uum-rity, i* Lot alt' g. (her the re nlt t.f a "sinews of war"-tuoney. Up to .Monlar,
grounded annf >ciit attd wtiitit'g
: old party tioa and paiiitril diireietiLH fur ajijHiimcil time of Lily jjre uiiouu:, themselves- 'I4'ii nylit ii6t tftoTht mme tianto 1teestmnate the:d<"inocn (if pariv: ar.d rtin-w Ifceni luJotLe racL f psttH-tie loVe frr ti!'e tr.iot\f.nd abtlifay Lut die ln- time C.l Dec., the amount saliscribed hcw

imhc on revives! a* o bind of broth'-rs, in ullfcincwity to "Itwi tiui. (rlvnoui* Cujjn up." <
as a rihe y>rwe I is Kiute W the gand," s e away h tie tcK DuuLtles-s! ti e g-x-cl'lfawxrats < i ik { are e-ouiirig from individuals, associafiotsi,

ti.5 County *nf M.-i.iuii, juvpiratory to a ua1i witli' <. .!tin-.;-gn firc-catviy.< \ trih:) .fwin Jf,Uievcrc iLy I are rib dotlc dow I i Uraux.li lurioub.tiiUbt' > ;.!%srt iptL' t mte-n.i s-hi') th7 can I.e resiLIf quote from tie! satue pajter aa extract ia iefc.tm.-e to, M.ii i'u, tt'6 aL .t..ied Horn aifeidltgtle niettug. rccifralcred ; -inde\eo from the school chiKlren. Atfiij

'!rtjal o-gaaizHtiuii, unm the bac-isofihe Confciitiilion W4;4iow IOC with them.! TL y arc the! funnies' ; ra tmn fhtc! boit .f rtuir lu''ijal c-f.? 'Ve >' j the action ,f the nJily e.iuciw.hich we eimtucud. t' i' th: t JL.*!. G Lis. the auth..r cf"tlie reM-'n- banq'ict, 'SuoO were snb-e-ribtd, in ad-

aud 'Jiu l'i.uiirrimist'| ) ia all it& jmits pc'1ik v..e ever
telUemenl (JoVef: of tie \\ed question 01 us,jib,* and taunt! and fnii an I wiip1c| a'.l the riiuaof will f;.ihe- the jn.
( 4arcty. to.s all tl. lujrtjk'-y' tiiliei.. rrnl nil the powic and !'*;. tlte-in v'lTh a zeal and! mthiviitrn oujim.u.u'ttd' uU'af ( .i Oco' : Iti to ari < supported cs tl-e Van; eanilLlite in .1 52 I the Astor, 8100() wl.ich tas
.uks 4tf 2I'cimsia.m 1'amn awl 'J-zar* rre nut M'tit'c tr.c- W'tiCfiijet ;i SJT 0:1
C. 1i'sozti'4: If a \aiionalloiou orguiizatio of I ioA Vr S.iuhrn Ilijjhi" fuzn4hnitnpjJu : ij1 thC naiitm'k'f sft1i. iIWt4fttkj': Itvrs- the other kle of tki: ; : I they Lave nyt f>rgi tti-a that the Florida! &etba&'. thrown in. A llungaiian bank in New York

the CtiuiiJ I'.itiy wne ,rtiLL ttf rn>.' ,(/ yi '*l;>m iAt'tt'tJ, (aiulj'r acUtiffifcnrTttflu. us pler.e.irc ti iI w1uome editor is al-o ia fawr of the aanalaa-ut of itztitit u on the tspi- ; {33.300,000) of stock iait,

that we maul NaUna.il Coaventit n, Now wli.-'t (Jotfsn'l thi) menu { K (] take htoefc acCMfitii': i their n.'i*. and wref iJt[ a 4 of Ute X..tijf W bi } t iitirutierth with eort.ni protL-, r i -peaking .ftLL sonu-ilr. t ,
partwhuaea'tiK it i k said v.r.1 lie taken in Soite
13d aid *, tafc.a Sphynx tuuunita! thj. riddle.! It Kr.gkind.
independent oJ pa ty ntf, beleCtCornpr'IuL mean < r a niuntcitt Mtpp>:Ht3i.it: thv j-U ..tatrL t1. !tits hi ;lu. Njrtli. 1 1 !io ( fHinroruifie resolution, rsaocathe FiP.nmore, sz.U that n tLe ; of lie .r
tr (VM-fci-y. It Mean* a \\cikMi {.'tk-k'iij (;uta of the !If-ttcrs to Koa cth
uicn a* cuiuil-U.-8 for thu IVeslency ; it TttC! ttitithriti.tivt eiiclusiag inocej,
loot) ui iu'moixtiz<- al! tIM glory of sjivi:' the Union in hori, t.verv vj-ii'ty:: of iut4-n.it iu the State, lty : euew at WtLit..n, wmoaiiere Iii;, WE] 145 nnniL-ia ii by tIat bud; itwat4
au I Vie-e IVcwJuiiey! ouo fron iaci o! imrwIAiat..rv i-oru tie pmntv. mti1 fuTyao would the iv are worth cop\in One ol" them, &cn
and a tii-xt! phihintl.ropic |J4UPe tokp down the I wfl h.sitite' to t'n5t o-trdi.tity Li ii'i e'ttinu* tp ni tz4texpetdthJtIhy ay fiig'4 r esrnld
S. Iit.lw tjvu.1 tr..ue} tln Suth
to time
tha! old party raiikv, aa iL l oij su from each! Beetiou truly Southern and 1'i.iui -dit S ,uIicni: as of 1isv be eufreedor Iktuifflvet timt they $.5
jwi iy night wliu4i tb atdyaiuviiwat tuiJ jin'pi-iity <>f tM poiih.nof Kcrjtic l cauco. Tho & .MA/ IT hlur law" "jtr Grace Sampson: a lady covering ,

,, and rqn them, luuu lt both the old partlrs pary_iot :p it Fwik imj.-r: tins u.i!i.1Ii| of an IIIIK| ]> tinSltllh: miK-h dt-p. il !i>. ILi'lUf C'OKlk-i- i. .,f the party UevMetiiiy L.'rdoi the aM.-eaJ.uil. I'|' ex] e.ted }1int to euforq: if* Y.'e sty that the tlc2it>- who writes-

do t eJTect a plask-rcd up| or \vhiteahedre.oIrganiz.in. ul.r :an.J MM- jujiiIt iii( : n* Lit the iW liniubti whieL it i. Liot ) il suki; hs.k and even the} TStvr York Cvuri d' Entjvlr-r a 1111- etttsof ilnKw, reu.embeii-a'.j these tLiti;s, niay be aiu.i .
;.!', lluit Uu* S :tlicni 1igLt IM'ty wa a disunion rp toi1Pet.tlJe; 1.tit !t'14 tht' eae t'r iti kit. it, 1o4. mr
more nrjranof trre-it iothit.uoe. t-l.5n.4--hi niihtheSouthtru :
party I>T *r, h t't: nuu iiin IN tility yt longer, fir -Let'ii. Ji-ttVrson aisd Midl54F-U!! tik* eury tlot'ar' J'yi.iibT.ist Hiat I Ireiiututk.n i doubtless are apprehensive, that there U .>nntti'rj: suiTered 1 and wa txslitdl oral x t Lk-h evt-a n .v, b KTfcbch
!j. Ilrsalnctl! Ii a National [ > 'linjf Fotte's ConpromL
orgiuization oli ( nalitum; JoIriros: aiul in order O'it"whiafstirv inav of the) ft-M-k wiiljout .! -$ il, they are wily! o'-j- as r (JpI(1io1i I m re, tLvu nppeatA ou tw! 5rfaw hj the niovcniei t.- year, mv her.rt stilt warmly rEpitthze*.
a i ( To.i ituttoual lfiiui i pity: : prove* nnpractiaMe yet n wl.jle k -< j"> iNdovcn foot lirn.ly tiicd ilutic'ok ( Jloy mr Aln.Lcl.ty F.Uhfr Likeu, lautlime Lii
e-'l fc) tlo it. Who d<>Jilh.s but w cJ* tuko tik'e' huu Jrct! They are airaid it is "a, wLig cLp-trep t.euteh Jeraocxatsr -
that we Uaiid nlof from both the old of n d-iwn troildcii S'ulnnt:; paiiv. |. suth, an 1 your dear children! unIr M- pr >tecti.
Xow n'kt hare in Loon J We eu our finder ee uienni i Condition ifexico. apd theiTfore vrili have notlbj to d> with ic- S.UfK05*
arty conventions iutil they in OM: lay anil w o ore aisfni' dtoialu' c tjiej hypnrrfcs pot noj } Cfl.'ACE

U iIigIige v.Uch cannot be mistaken :>i ni"-1 rcli :;n>LVc in wntiiam.V an? gvg i to net tlm Coituty u hu uiitt, t-> lake .Li-i uuml-er alone; ii.n J J Jft A Wa-luii toricfBTi-sjxHuItutuf the Vv York J..ur_ at we a'e ftttjc jrfcss that this "tllstrat''i->tthe i ii The little children write thus :

pro- on ;!nnr.; a!* we find them. \7c nn.n' t-i flu mtbe tsy in the pih.o.f! tfca C.iuity-tu the e'.ize-is ofT1aIetht nali f C.niioiiti.e i.oaly obstacle ia the way. Ttere i is1 another, \l.k-hj
IIlulgite their doetiiuei-, and then in wjliJ ] '!ilicanx d that th.' xple( Of the South I NEW-YORK.: Dee. 17, 15LItLfTKiofH
3a1a1ix move to the Mipjmtt of that party fnW jruiLmce 4 Tuijiiiiithave| spreaJ f .r, uucrttu'o UK- ( .i you it. a large to.out u>ts the-1 i ** TI.e eitiutUai of itxie-[ >, o'itl l our relation* to tlutt i with AiaiocrovS, i is io:i>utuble. That obstec'e! Hrxc.VT.IAX:-WH1 you accept of&! '*

which IC'e'it' nction j-jui olii- xt1M11iiiity (ifiCi'iI14; tie !o-erk.-r.tkiu of the otliT 1 nuiiry and jovenuiKtit; a >v. aiTord a subject of much : j-owd out tf the fatt.aJ's.Kted ia the piean T>le to the ehil K i all gite?
is mofct jtii\ocjdly, in favor of abi'Oiiijj new } ) -jiii:1.; naturally: lion nd! i-itere few d..Lrit! f.om 11* rin. a we i ra
t. IU ktt.mlive lx
HHvn : tvut received
by the new |>itpral! ei-e.*. Tlie Union virtury hs Ix-eii K Ciiun1io iatlvuk, far the rv t.zu tlut the bwk en adopted nst.Luions, that A :ttionrrr or THE xoatnW.N Tlif re uie three t f r.?, and \t e bare eazaecttcn dl I--
ComprouiUc atinal 5Iex ?
as te'tlletncnl f" m > by tf.w: fov! nmiciit, eikibl''i r a icilaiitlxJy 1
very E or THE by
1'at arc ti l eii et, oKic-J In-rv, awl I tonrRoin-E u ALL
()the j-Uvery agitation. Thu controling ] iiyuudnit rtIw.albltt1 ]>iL-iCTe of Uie iK'itinn nf thins" in that enintiy. -
I 'i-: (. For the) future ve Jonota-Jj Cvustitutional that, Bittead of uuluy C'Lik-tnus pmiuU
ihe 1 ( < v rnniHit HiJarulouetl, faction irs r. RT>, A>0rxrREsA witu.\ixE TO ABIDE
ullraisui fur the and a pilit -jx.ilitdK.d to tin ititcr' tyoti have io i to zuidwr- *\
;pre-eut, pti-seruag Uni 4wr distinct tike the nexs-f-Ni f ilj i-u' l tial! ruIi4fl i .ad must f.ill ii.M utter rub. PreiJ lit Aris TfcK iiomvE stAVK L.\w.n Sonthem Deruoentts see lure
f rjufc.it CKiJih.t which un
organization: until we can effect oI our g'ftiid iti sI)1s- 4f its lanutitatinnH beexi'etled to aL-t s utt in the noble cause you

!\atiinal I organization: and triumph over in iiiimrajr1e"1 cmeipt; ] fur :Nncitv.. V.'o Live IneuliniuJ the other G\ unties w11! iitipy u. lien the c1Lr ta<> a dLir condition( < uanMm-.ily(.1 !K>JH>!WS tl-at atian-hy: tl'r eotmtry uult-ji*mt the>t 1uit&i1 dl! iut I in Ibn aerjtiieseuice by -a nifijority of the Nutheni dertaken.

c1iio and iiais, and eveiy political, a .
"guatV '
l the-prw : < .fContit'T'ifna Iitt it win will rvieeiii and iu and already in existence in a js ctr*>ii where
- UttT. U.ii.n >:ioui.t<.-l i.konnlerii..n 7". Iian.lit of the ConuuittHjiNTd villbe ujilie-Id!, and a tjilr' I Iii people: re-organize ia- every paf- LOUIS J. JLL

/ieja? /, That ia cotM>l rAtinn of thaimpo'lapce may }gfi %vl (re they p'.cusc lf-y i.iy ro w.iiu pi-Jn-d; / ; i.f c-wifidtwo R'ld fiimlation kttaed r niong the JKO- j riot is actions to bihf-ld &uih an organization t'e I Two other ladies, Grace Georitc3Ji1':

of the inturcfcts invnlvt-d in the on the fif vt ishtre their mastc-f Toomb lw pLevdtitcin pcin! Uw other *ee-ti<'iis. I'oor ileiieo!-a j-rey t> internal disorders Governriunt ; NorTh-itt the nrifhtart of cur enemif* JIkrret*

next l Presidential election, and the hhoitn 'fiof tn5nj; ; ont like a ..fjucMizcvlvitr.i;? to dry.nnd 'wltb/jut intiI..y <-r meaiut t-x-nfirirc iU nutlHriiy whe-o we waat Union jwrtif, fur it is tJterr the blow well, and Ellen Greenwood, each stsIla

the linn* in uhich WD have to wut5Tn' f.-r MKmWy to ezsnleuhI] tiilc tL -ni orgnnize anew ] may to JijTiniore; a1r -:. ly ai.nounco.l to 11.,- tl eir rittiti to !
lla'if.ix public
jn rto
National party: WO lu hereby if ..I'l.iLtdvphLi. < ) I without uiid devoured by h>rdea of robbers and prete j in the south is a jwrtytnd( it mujhtto embrace every (?ov. Iosrrii-Ucnt'red Sir: I enekiee a 'did k
tnggw-t tliry -want to. Rut af. r onr wa-le K-lf, \ro i iii- Ofifl (if Sucmij4i.: mit T.Ornee! i i the io-
.p the ti.d day of Te-bruan next for the at trni-: tond to r ttiglit to hwp thi* (io\<-n.ni'-nt out (.f MII Monday, s>t Jir tlieHnn arian Fund. It'nay give k* W***"

Wing of :1 Coi1ituli1iil: | I Union Slate Conveulioti the Imr.j', of tnprcat! To.Jmil Wl.i, partv? II-.AV thor- iLi'Jiroii the iuuh lltu*.!4ay Jatiuarv ncNt, Xvouder that de-pjiriu' patri itisia tnm* an appealin !-' tiuice ithein Denn>eral. vLo tl.ns nequiesee-in the j I t-t.tinyuer kufLter Cetr ktioir that it eomw wb fr*I9*
cf ThtobvUl Wolfe TWK *ii
to meet cl Tal.ihas&ee! for the (,iit,1, %' OCtiI41ai7.tI mont] atsAiiii.izj.: AU thc 'ign fur fctock iu the ( Vktral Atlantic, i.nd hill 1U>! Jta l lof gaze to the United SMear sis the Lift* lu-po t>r the emnproThu4e ;i a OmTeution. and help them ta make eraud-*yt and< "97 the of 1i m Jraw*
purpo.'unfappoiutin' o'f the times ( > pleaded cause e-vwrfy
rnvnt to the n 'iiji. 1 Ilul the !
event that the TnMdatial ; ui. ri4zwd n..t
next inr.v
: l.ip tl.iy
di legates i to, a National! Conttitational battle v HI I tic foi'-ht l.y two1ortj.tLc lniocratic -- !x'dxni iatruMve (T in.p., rlui ttc by tl
Union Conveiitinn, and to e xpix'M acWiro inrtv uid the Aljolitiua ii outIinr; their atl.-i.tion in u rn'e iinjm-'Mve ,i iniuiiier (lovcraiiu-ntiu her nUiL* Trould U-itn net of humanity I ti
- 0 whruandhc'ru! uid Natisjial C'oavui- io llits in4Ik.r.n u-i.l i'ltm-Mi': :j n'bittt.Th .- no matter from what quarter it may be wade, I[ YoU1 citACE. OEORULVXA WufeTce:jwgLI.)'

.- lion fchall! inc'ct.rj. The Consul to Havana- e-Jiis. iKii-ni: of tt.s li ,a,! u nut only e. vctlil. but Left for Home. to disturb the eomprorra>6 ia any of its parts. This !is (burn

:;. JcsdrJ, Thai a Corresponding; coinilitttev 'Hie in-'i-p' -li..2.! ntt'% the lilt agitator," as the Savannah Geerffitin i what! the South T-ants anti what sdie v PI lave-what Ellen Greenwood-
Washington of the a&lva\ri1nt .f iiVf .
correspondent Ticavutie <-, t JinSMJ mtcrpa'nl fZt T1 *
hi nppointcily! \ tha t hair, to prepare aj.puheiHl-; !his: mquair will be iinproAniN-tit! overv v licrt a .,4-aoj btir ire'iion )- \ not inaptly callil.uii: has led the Senate and gone she Mvtf ha\e. And i'the Union wl'irs of Marion, orI j i Lave Words U$ *itfd ennot tu Uw erpn tale* of the interest wuntry"with* fctoSP*

0$ an address to the other! comities of the State, withheld fiuti) Judge lmai key on l.is anival g : ;&. all coinLinc to prompt ui t' tIi' i Ifiue to 3Jitiiippi to 1 be iuanurnted Oovcuior. IH-! i anywhere else, wH:! give to their organizations such a for iuedoiu-thU greatest tatthigk.P your

inviting: them to sjnd delegates: to the said at Hivaii; : and this circum-tanco; iwIJoi iiiut. ucjl.ikiii (Jeoria luid AhiUunn, with i' f;re leaving the Senale lit adJ'T ;t d n speech to the j direction a* thi-, they \i ill Soil the deniteiats wllhj(j resptt and admiration that every heart alivt w ?Jnrmthy
111.13' F"" uiuiiii-.dje! zeal andit
?tatt Comvniion! at Tallalia e wgy, are eutiivatii their .laek.vuu DI-UWK--i.ic; Aiw x-iatio'i i \\liif-h lw with ivible rind heroic Jeett must feel h'reer )
ee. duce home t troul>It> h-tween and, the 17- ural okeb red ; them, Feint mud s..u'. But so luirjjis they refuse t-> *
Spain 'nwith the
I.II riRomei- -j-etutr.'I ILiil Itoiidc, arid
(5. Ucsohril, Tlisit this Cfiiiititutional Union tilted States. If an iiregulatity, ordiscourteiy hiiwt lemite: rxriP.T.iih* of the? ten it.irv, nuddiriitij ( h'J dttermuiuiion! t-> act \uh the democ-iite; 1r.ntv IT! ? mite wi'ihtliifre 'who luey adui't "aeqrie ?u tlie I] lh- farmt.f however. KtMt-uth"avail but b littlev* .5keo.' and Tjvrthy. \ the

Convent on of Maiion: county do elect by of that n.-itii: e, were a proper ground \; sid vantages v l.k-h ve, iu like tiuuntV, ii.iht enjoy 1 the iieit c', t..ioii. Koolehu* been pretty general'v' J Jeondenuiod eoinprohilie:; in all i ft.* parts,* tb ynot only fctuIti-V I i; f.ite"my_ L'Vi* ,caat.whero Ma tiy ", exi by

I ballut three di'h'g.ttu: to represent it iu tie! of quarrel with Spaiu wo should have been at by rrijKHioiu. euuj j j.rizim. Wiil n<*t liter for !hi.4? inii>duetion the Comp'omUe tieiii! 'elues, b.'t eause th
tato?| Comcnliim at Talbhass.ee] on the JiUJ war with her some lime for oar late into 1 an iimiect-iMxry nlx'ju.t tJisc-u-n-! to i'liisti-aie the n.auy j jai olution i'iS ,the S0rnt It wa* a movemeat ealoulated! thai their movement w but a n-ap, mij thu* they diive I tptrd.u me, I prav vou. if 1 venture to offer, M Jlmfu
: ago iu'p-'ifci'it go wl-Mi vill ro suit trout the | j itj
day of Tebiuaiy next, I : rase the eflel Consul, Mr. Owen, who has been at his post eoiistiueiioii! UiU ]Ri{ ad. n-y nn>t lie apjorent to j to re-opeir the Weeding wonrhlwlinli! the Comproinie ) oT democ-als wl .> olhejw t>e would gladly at \sithithem. I merest tritle I well know still itb i all I

I;, 4 7. llcsohcd, That the oillccrs of ll.is mooting lor more than a year, has never yet) ncmedhi anyone, But ivhil-j we &\ A\\ this unncwssarv disctiwon -. i sai.l to have hea'e'J, and tlsereSnv! ''woise than* y>v, w say/to the Ui>(oa wl'i g cf give ;, and I beseech yva .t;to se,>rn t. fi*

remain as fcuch until a failher mevling, ( mtjuatvr, but is OIly acknowledgec and ; to prme tliut which i* p're.uly odiuitted", ve UM-lts! *. The fi1 iher dweiHMon of the reolirtiou ha1i "call joa tLi.bafkipg one':* fi leuiV f You.iiihat I a druptutlie ( ein, yet if.jiiitI with thcaiimJ '.
: \\iil;;i .
anJ that persons; wishing to become meuil'ta I' H\Ied Commercial Agent Our (lovcrnuietit flUE o\\ii en K-avyr ab'lity;!; t- to olhyt t'.i, H- tin!,e-jterpizc oulv: wilbij rnity j l been po-tp> ieiue JiI !
of the' aforesaid limui'do iK-coiujMnli i juilo: our Wt .
organisation at I heart feel t 'f V ,
can has o\er-lookod it i1 happier rnraerpthnCOT00
this b
juiy it iloes prulkby
:is npal3'; everything of ae.i-m-i>cr ddcrnviatlon! mjteee.1 Artd % r'i s to t.tndard-the iahtn
L their to : : we tip yorr sep equiesc f > I Ijuromiae L low me to believ tktt1tdOWWbathtt'e' I WI
-' the fo by Bending namcb to e-itlicr of -Ui? which concerns thu national dignity iavoke, iuigt. tinvit11v! a'nl zrjl..t's!v, i\.v\ aid n id irp-{ | f'l'lefitntetyj rti'cM? tbe'Vlitqa or i amid c .ptess a wil'iugnesa' to abide by the)[ tjo aid. anKlwr *in pn-enrius: that jrl rwns'"
H'cretaiie'S of
tliU.UK'Ctiiig.! abroad. We are oveiy day granting CJL*. jxitf. e-\t-iy citizen '.''r i.. ueoe.rLmI rtilietxiniiltltDiciita ] > elude tlut tliey can make totnet1.ing j byI tittit.i j fagiti\e slave law"-arid jpt jou r'fuse to have com-.1.' wltieh,.! tha. k Heart, w n y birth rI1It. .
Upon motion of M.Vlii rimitb which wi'l
| as amen jnulo'ly all ou rexoorctti, .i
yitalors to HjianKli Consul. whiUt in tin. Shnufd. however V taken 1 Wilh heartfelt tot wuutrj'sanil
a on yo'a or'uny' prayers your
I motion ith not
1hui.ai9] nod vi tlcm. Ai stupid than the!
of tJions.'jHJs; e more
"tir you
I 4 f fr dcd by ColunibusDicw Jiditor of the Jack- itiis ; to iM [ 1.1Jl, I Ini55onK vUt bU
most important po.t t, our duly appointed Con. |! to it xrill jinilwb'y' be adopt d large nmnji'rity." final success, I nni, with Jeep respect.
e.Oili by a
6a\ilie ) our A\ mid g ve IH a hrjh''p'aee ainonjonr it i be w eon the two stacks of hay I There is- but one ;, Gl
j t> Uepublican) -Ami be it further i b!*servant, ELLEN C. .
I- ml has .
I : never received ati' ollicial acknowlwlgetnent fru-r 8tntn v.f 1te'! lli-pnh'.ic.) '! V* owe it to onrJj Jj Jjl .
stock, aud ruM to to that tor
P. Rc: k14, That t1k meeting in malingth4 of his true po-ifon, nor the nation- t'eIvti, to p'tetiy, m'iJ to o.ur ouniy'to iI"cet .inr''To MISSVirpv'iffcV- : you r& go Associations; for collection of.fuoda
) 'recommendations and I in l Mt ic.'j t (Iut! there jeftmwt'fcr wl*tu'ie ra the way of the, !! ta*
ax ; expressi ill <-ourtpsy and niiideri lion for which t-ycr \\i tie'! fi>rVi. oing sentiments, do hereby reiterate U I : Spain ,Uy the 7lh s etiomf the C'j-itir, it is pio>idJi' .i% ir i.ri YEAR* !*J Tlie'inoruuijf' ri ij *.lovelv'i> ray fuieeessful acuft'ii}J hment of tV>* 'f,Unii.uT movement Hungary
: bo great a aicKler. An inquiry into the tint thl* Hoad (thron-h vtn SUte \Iu 'ifi (5ra ffullr uibermtbemewhorn iLiy.lCature wards of,Xcw York city
in tptiit: and intent the resolutions \\hichcoiiblltute ) mnv >iJV-.Tj : J *, ou the pjrt of the WJftl, o,Kivit It eA'U in the
cause of this delay in granting Mi. Owen i:ito tw>' or iimitM-ethiiM iti'.I
l K taYc'eii l Henn
Iiy'It"r luthlaw by tiltIe&l '
tlie Constitutional Union plit/urm flay stublxiMi ftc: that n,>ery big niajom iily of the Southeru -
Us cirrjurilur, would wo result in -- more coIa.iutiit.s| ; wit! <-:ijiia1i- in to the) t r '* thing
pop..ttii.ii I IiMinuUuiJ
- 'ft Rueppct, i FiciIyr.rt1Ie lupini*** and K >o oi "
cot t or Knth of tnich ] Ti
ueorgia.Up the that i-wtion. The siuin i / ( *
d rti motion of J. M. Taylo-r Kpq. the grudge for llie : Spain: cheiiJies the old! Mt-ti'Hi' of tl ktf'Jtifj4j atIQ!: piovidc* tlwt "ZItI Coiupaiiy f>ihtuIti.ql.yt the $arne iu every vliiue. _, with it, and we are surpii ed tbatt4tiuii lias not let i II which the Whig party of Virgiftia.baTeI ever> *'

I fcumuiary dUpoMtion of llq) /r Co.njuiiiox: shall have the h I been 'guiUv was holding a eoVfD.tuX||
: preamble and resolutions lijlii to make hitelal 1erer.1bthatbrwebuft'ie sane pcrty Florida j yet ,
itef1t.etiii th recall .
were unanimouslyi.diipted. Consul Do Kspana WhO|, :MI past,' tti niyinind c f"
tvvo years ago, was or I brrtiih Ifti.idi i-on-lruitcd _ are apparently BO arpousi amid parties. Dut
lL committed \iolating the peace and dignity ally amid .-Jl j Id-um.; upon tht <5i'lf, 'tjn uvtere tnteri. A plea tn i elltietititi of a frkud of tnine, i",.. ut Recorder.

I L._ pots motion of M.'Whit .Smith! Kwj., thqpfocedings j( of our State, in I the Hey kidnapping affair. iti i.:!{ iUfie-ui. t>r iLe; bviuiJuiy.liuta of Geoigia and AlallliU. Never inoro dear titan at the present thneii t'.m that,thio in strikingly true with resect to the bigs of Governor. Fredcricktburff indieatsorno

of this tflC king be published! in the Whilst, therefore, we are in mch a hurry .'' i ,. Ia tell me, kind lady, what i i4 the tine fart'And ,-'!' i :' Maryland, KurtH Cttroli-ia,. hware-,; Virginia, Ten The attempt to elect him has

. j Conservator Under tlio.e several pro\j-i;! >iia, it w now propopeil! inisMie Kentucky,anil Lou'mTa 'the''development* of weakness also.-Bait. TeL
published at Ocala, and that the to welconi? their new Couaul to our shores, to rre(!ve nlse ? -uid : I'll endeavor to'fin 1 the avenue'to hit heart
tiiliii) anize first
v other papers of the' Htate be requested to with national fttluten, &r., it would bens t( Ctflfln4 it ] r.t.l frpfl 'FaP.mIee a to Conjuniy S ,_ 1tL'ory'orbIflE. Joe once,'lore always' u the true lover's'creed ; eyery lr>ur demonstrate; In the States mentioned,the train **'

Ii.i 4 tt well to have an unden-tanding'as to the terms ( pt'iiit' ou the Atlauu wa-bourd <>f Fknida ; an-1, Love without hope// a stnmtje paMwi iadeeil"TAMCK whig*,maintain tlieir separate organization, and cntertain 'In France, last week, while! a' W'! *

U.i. ; fnolibn the iheetlng ndjourned. UKMI; which our Consul iii llavanna is to seo..n.IIy, meo a conti mgciit rijlit ..f sih Comauv, to S .L. .. no mic-h propositkm as a ". irowrf 'eatabliJiment passing on the St. Florentin Tonnerre an

___ r 0 jxcV.: scOrr stand.-i\. DflU. i\tiiKtru a )IHWH-II )lload fi-ani Tallalu>t .<-e to the (jeor- OM4 I ( SEW, YORK. The board of Aldermen They will not unite ii a mo ement purely ufctionat. a..wolf suddenly' sprang upon'the- tender, .

J'rciicn?, t. K\.i\ line; It of> have such i U the attacks! the stoker who ha4 thff pfW Wm'ind
TAYLOR 'ewtYork adopted a> resolution grantbg for character of the :? Constitutional Union ,
JOS. M. : .___ ... ,
-7 ; ,-4-- --- ,. I ii bftif vI ;hittV length 'if the. Road from Taili-
:: p I Remember always; vour end.-ami that lost JwtfM-0 Jo'iu tcrmrita cnMhe'.Atlinitic' '*<>a Inanl *ill tic ffio i>e of ladUou Sfjuare to Edward Riddle aid party.;: They know that tb4 South cannot '"aPrwklent however, toVepeal his aggressor He'ia8 WItJ.

4 $ j ; .. ". .+,.. .' .. not -xi-i-e-.l i.no huinlri-vl and peve'Uty-fivtt-miUrs.i ftfLq'uiL'q.uoattiou.jr hit associates f.>r'thd purjiibc of erecting a builliig1 of nn sisted'by the North, and hence they1 nre the shotcl.TI.ewolf. feU-npod .
"Hi1 chairman of tlic-cornoiittcp ..... .
I_ : : urg.It1i? tb e .I. f *\ % A < t I
I .* ,!. _* ncycr.rc.tumms..: : ro i ] the j gU.1 and ireo for.WI industrial e\hibiti )D of nil nations- prpilmtoperate again with th* Nortlerhvrlugs was, crushed1 in ari instant' > ,? *

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i i atpr fnit in an unsettled Mate, in fWKeqnenec c>f A, ttc > Towle &Myers, Qutncy IvThIe.&Peuiale Academy*

t $ Aei" ( )"f1flh1tfl! 1:1 rccoui t1.ig*ff:fn'thc' 'Iiui4'tI rhnrkeU. A'e.Jte jtrIr.ft). t permanently,( practicing: : J in his lilkuai sci .
ien-! : i jj-dft-asioa: LL aisorlnienl of, CIOOD, unrsibgbfGsd -L tlwitJiclaT( JANUARY 1&52. The &hboI
tat / si jrMcZ Th( .;. yxl 3fi.lJin-. : 0 ft| ; MHdlln | ;| ; ; t Notice."VTOTICK C.O.; 1rd'ti. Vcsidtace at M' Lever llunlln; \V lcbtj, during the nst'year, has been in,a tfgily* fiuOruhingconhition. .
;-ittrit 7Irrs, rhingarnirr aiki! hood OrJlWy, *6 ((3 Civ llKityt* arc gwdC'lnit ,W is hereby giVert, tlict bwfaof ihicrjittsiu} pc'rnL413J.siI.-! -1__. 49 Gold! Anchor Lever di> It Jtb dWest IatitnfU'H of the kind iU
a.X *
ofthe ,1crzni7t! 1Q4 f sb 1 t>r ctock in the Fki iU Atlantic and (Oulf Central Silver Lfiviur,Hiin'ling.do ( ;the S Jate, tavinj; been for nine year under tLq eharga -,
Jli.il Jl wi-vill be reopened Tallnhafve \\\t\ L aWcir1Publjc.Iand3 in Florida. Silver'Anchor LeyVr doLaplrVan'd
--- nt of,iU present I'niicipal, Jurios: ulich time thCJb Las
1)iqhik/i Vt? IIWI t MARRIED.- St-o-e uf.llwnias Haywird,'<.ii thIs 2d Mon-lay? Iii'Miilitt.lIt io'ries 1flRPJW (1flF.! tflt' f?' lnIfJerotTat comuibji ,dGentlemen's < I been a steady annual increase in the numbu* ojt 'Students.

13 i of the! IiigWyrni n L IL ftltlie. .uffiw, oflhc Cirk! of tThrnt fOo irt,'m Pins.a generala4orinienf -, ,iliss AMANDA A, E O ylww able management
lieobw tj0jing Oftdsdoii County.' Flotlda! on, Tliur-lay, 2S ti) the 8j MontLtr: mil itiMai-Hnn nt U o .fThsif the Auetii'll' MjrI the Curtfllai tIis ii the seve.alcntiet. of Karand Fmirr Rh?<, Gold Gna/ita fcnd of the Female Departhunt ha* iven very
liiwaglif th& ItedtI1i.fIce -I1IHr. hV I !1ev. Nr. West, JAIIES P. LTNST. Cleik of -the Ciwvts: OotMt Ml.e'reiiiAffei'fetJtV.l/llHJ' Kec3 t-51b and % Chwrn St t'at4 G'.kt
1'iance. l.j % on tH? 4lh) Stitimlur of / : follwih vahn\ile\! 'e.t t and Sifvei g ieral afWndfrm;r tfl JectirMl to tir h6 Tepnfatl' uof
EMU: of Wilmington, No. CA, t<> Hi** EUGENIA Jauiurv re\l. I he w'djifrifnetl ConuniiH' wi'I!' fl L-L'Lii, lotntoi: by state autli'-rity fs part of the'grant Pencils Hold I I'eniC.oII l.indSiIve* Speclacies, Gold ft jcre *ful antI! accompli-kM tewler. -iU 6ntriiue .
JurOJ" : A1SMSTI5A1)) of Gad-don Coimtv.OBITUARY.. tniil t the limes and of C.irre>* to 1 St. 'keve Ctlaranil rWm Biilon! Silver Peat k
teIflct: p'n'JM alio\ menttonwl to r<'- KM Ue f*r i p.irpo-en of Tntornal Imp ; and in chRrg* >f th:* Pep.rtinnt.irtLe4sttd
fg.'i) neW6 from JViri* iv nf HIP ceive Ih.eIipis'A ; n lJiey e'i jesllv i'rviie tl5r > eiue'it. 'IIis.e LuuL- \\cre. in ijoo.1 part, ?ekcedIT.flrneLli.t.IZ StetI Card Cases, Gol-i.aM Silver Thimblr ; linn t7 her two tersMi* .1ULIA1'fKl SIM-ADA EN'O. .

ft A roup trial wastn.-uU- fflsW-cj.j'j$ to iiifl them, n id ;ffiut''( :r i..i: t-> r.ewirnplMt nutr tnii.upVti! ..n of tie! II. S.si'r\eys, Ka Silver and t'uflalo Combs. Tin* t'cI-o partmotth ire *t> t.rntsgd> hat N.tb. tnllrectite'tlie '

tIit 24 iut. It izJ lli Died in QinVy }'! uitbt. ,u the IH'i of H'i 'n. Y>> it> wi impnirint t Hie I i'i eU t 31)OlLOfl Ofl Je'"ulk'r. ery citizen, r tin* ttici.'l M:iff f T th> prvhictitJti of CXini Ort-w *, P aled and Silver \V.ite, Si1er Table% uri* Tea I
dis iilu'd 1851. Mrs. ELIZA F. LINKS -i'pt'iity of JT'riJ-t S., ,rr, T l>aeeoand tw Pnnf ij>al J hot tht? nu tf L?&nttctitkif."trill
find ) tin At euiwit ofIIP, pi!i ]It IsLlii.I IIttV exiet-tcrf Tn> .il Fniifs Sjjoon*, PIale l St>oon P'oifcc Cr'am and Sou Ladtef.
Ukt.I pi anJ > -
,( 1 Liiw*. ]'.$< ..!me! fUfostxkiirhurof Itwill A t. I.IiI otlu'W fi.Mlyailapt{ TLlfl8 iihrirglViii' na tte ()f kcv4..- Mary A up] JJi.l'oat.) GTeiioi.il C. IL and 1 1e> nuJo 'I-y Coir'res w.ai4 i' the eu.tru.czi.9 ,Tiirjvnti'if n I Ln uLr buoi-je>i 3'Le LiuJi will! Haled Waiters, do Tea'Seti. CantorC.u.dle) .teiI l by )it. JAM KS 3!. DOBY,'AIK! nth Wlier ''Av-
))14c' of this 1'oad.tt : I3ut be olT.red I in .tic-k4. Solar LanpSilve- ai.dlit tiirandole,.
i Ita-t'1i'th3
1rne Jt ,fl.tdb flfl .ripper.! t to the S She ua, b.m Decent 1i ver .c..I1I'Icu&$ (1N.1Yt < : i4nt'e ; th4 h-JT-lx-r otntlenf! rear rrqriri Tl jLilrarr
:i1i .aHe Iiu in his nnvciviits, tbt S rld'ttiiii'h inomL-e iiulic'tioii 20tl vt 1S32. TLi* fairIwJ > the ztstriiee! ufothus.bn fi'iciblwid *n v. t'I as by fu J'jLfMtn L'uati'y, on Minlty, lit1 .April, J'3.' Ab's. fille double bin piled Gn.c Snot anti| GI:.. Selsw.I J i' proTkrd xnth a axtemtvcCltbi -

r(1ie t l1Jt: the mnna-cI.U gi\e tupoiior inUlh-et JHjuiu.'uuj.y lieI''>iiK!; ousthts.. : We e.iTMo-llr: l.une tint eVery fitir'Jut ab.>vit - - nrr. 8azanhji,1'sk4.fi3e pckt 1.tiiveq. Pe'ite-Monnie.., ioal. H)iloM>f.1ic-al.{ nnd Matlstvintleal Apfcr tu an.In
to arrest ni ui- >inu'
was [ ii iioin iitr eimcuioou-wim zen vill euu-eube for bLx.1 b.iould ii be Lr oul jf.I'SAQR, nWt ; Poit r olioVivinM.. LUronei anu r luies! !nr.e ha-. '
:, 3IA1iiy1t't' .
; va'unM
oi' pt dcJuulfd tn the JjorJ iu lml) > n sinVJCITARD C.,5t>i) Calm* t nf Mineral, aftrin! ; !uprri r ntlvnnta -
the AfeM'tnhly His > baptism- eaily taught hrs. '.' /oro, Siro > AwC. 4
Of ( anam ; e b 11.11t'ON, Mouldy 2i!crbI.J ul J '' | .
)nt .
11duCY' the j jt fuel p'l.ieiphf I. f Kiligiuii! ..... .410 i to Srudenl ir, ?cien r' w .1 \erenee for t bo Cu Kenrrjijalitv and gcuerI a--s .r'ment of Perfumery ,
; made :lu'u'tIk81e' iiiIl IIAYWAUD. niii'iitfr iMgUil'iy, rJJl'v shoutjF.i4.1w 8.120J. their *
hB 1' CLuicb, aiiJnll its juitui, iwLieh ; rrrj-f4. Snrveyin !k fatrjjlit vith the
/t leveieuieeoi.lianrd .- JOHN ;. tc.iC. TOVVLE &. MYLBS;
by. h
ilie iight of Ih lit 31Y' Cl.i nwl Ctirtpn rnd I artnalsurcntnt.
1)titiug Mrr.inration
( t" vith h.-r : ta'
: fru'W iwth .. y
ccrttcy. jr jwdiienjjlh* n with KOBCRT) LYON, -.-v, M 1,111lo.li'Miv.. .l iutJfirmn Dec.raberO, IS')1. -H > .
> '
IIJIC tlIiflg tIts ( (Iflt 1)CitFfl thQa Jicr siugtli. Kui vi *ibletivi'ity w.matiVded h Agrimlftirsil Chemistry ittuil rect-iyti t-
the itt wimMnim il *iiiy. iTtli M iv, about : artcntfnti. 'Fhu- Srtnlpfit! of both
foi tV i Ptirrnent,
inI,1 s
1.- f th 4 fl4j4 .j f the: uii-ul iuid
had itdIm'ft' ( bvnt. A icv h.-art. While KICHAIM) K. CALL, I,' niiunl-i, jR..uL\ ?I.iI th M.ts ; Catit1. ;
LC :i' CVi <" <-, ii MM 2-4-- 2l 4 II) are admitted tft tht* Jiwi* ptiaticn'! of the Laboratory. I
wn fanned, n proclamation i i0IKII1' isu j.li<'llh, >e.n uuj h.i' ;'iiiv
.' sufT ige, 8 I h..t iMyipv eliaii1 bf hi l'f),nil jrne ei i Juu e < f TI EII .j-i.J-f lurth <-h--ihe ofhW (threefiinrtlrtj -1- tcivcn by me to Robert Keut >r ordir, fur one i dir'ctu.tf tl-e T 'ar her.1 The cmir-c <.f nfttmctim u

4flMii2 tI gVeIliWflt. 'ith iIi hr jiMviilp, am! f.ien'K r I !, letu-sof ve p iinJonee wi i 'i Furniture, Chairs, & j>.iyI i.hV iu thr cq'inl zti'r.i.ii! in-ts'iiu-uK' with iuteit hundred and tw ny-nfne dollar late.l l lfinie time inXueiiilitr Miffiritntiytfnvi- to prepare Hrutferft! tor entering

v4eflI (hid ihe ririni of ;i IVcri- tl e riii: dat i'itf whii-h ;Wnfd: : u've'-Uoh* ii'Vto; (lbs.her*i. n'1' \TE have juit rmhed fioni New York pr Crtr I.L, ;. Or) it'-nv juuijwer; pu-f-rit; fire px; ) l.Ht and payable tlio..2"th' Dceenil isi! the Junmr Cla.*' in C.ilfre l! or for cornnifrinng tfcotulvi'fthp
dIll)\ --- cat auiI Miitiu.vt Sinraiiiiif. tuiJier cent, willlM* ie>!u''teJ l.'oni tu! rrw'it' instalments, tijionthe s-tjijit, a* the cou-Maration fur \iliich wild ni>toH* learned :feo'i'tand! a4 frnUIY'tIvtne -
l ; < Cb. -Ii.an. She ; .1 supply if IuiS.l-i.iiu aid? pn
'Ut ti 41tjN'! lor tfl tfic.it In4ii.r, .h'1* lol1; VeIt'Li1 h'gwlnafad me. ieeterl v.idi bvg'a sujwriiT FurnitunV -, I ]i iruuMt i.1 f the \\ iiole pnr.-hsst nvuv, at the time jn\en bos f&liltvl, and I. fchall not pay: it unless eouii sire offered to j-onns La
'" $lttt uid :t 1tgi1it.i't:: coti. 1 R.id ; \ (;f't ie. DAVIDS. WALKEK Killed by Uv. thnroi'rh' Education loth) hi the *otd? ansi l ornamental
1 ( juieiua a Live R ktt
4 0ftwo I'0"-1'-' tyus i'ae jiiy of n1 arfivnj l r. 1w h.n \\ ; we invite nticn .si. n f 1'n't.l'M Umui* for the Stftte t-f FIori-Li.1 JAMES 31. IIUSTEIL hrrndlt. ni are afforded br any urniLir Institution ia
: >
.'Vjulii-'l'b! Tuohday ;inoniip ., $$1i VIMilvn.itioti : liK-witJi) pro H-eu )b.iilr; Ihui: hers.-her'bmwn- Oval and I 1'Liin U.ieV Sof.i*, 20, 1S51. .?,<> :5mKanaway I.ceiilK-r2a- 1S51. 50() the country.!

1 l M as found jirt.;)( tod tIriizb. cLc! ,( | I'.e Min. hiue; wf hiV >pi njii., all JI rqiijI 1 li \tt < ; 't> 'nndV.'cik cs.ta1)skti.n!! fur a l.injp nnniber of bttulenN jjafoIxvn
< r. ili !
in whii'h i h? advi cd the dNjier-I j tl, < ?u. TT'HOM the subiiUr on the ii4.t of the ISth, CIRCUIT COURT. ) .'ted \ the
vfitv. c w.s: i rtulrn J like tue ro e-lmJ: juUMI i ito SsflY.1t1t Cntonians e, '.e. D i 4 1 r >Y 1'nnelp.d, in 3 retfred nnd! heitl-

ol j (( .tsulhlY) ami tio! institution, of Hint it.i. v, Ihble 1J fwV: lo i!,. .|i. 14. diC.! V, i.li / Now / : int. two niro men! one !> -!'i n intf t<> Dr.Y Edward F. McUerniouJ, Coiupl't( ) thy part of the town. HtudenU b nnim ivhb htta
fonu of government; alluded to a- ; lur fi iuuiV 1 H-'jclJ her he lih yi* ; "*.low Jd'tty Litid (.Vt.iije Chaii-i; Ses-i sty. alnct a 'ft-ct tf Kl.es high, r..ther yelI 1li.w v- '> Bill fur Dirorcc. are kept r.n>l rsr.iivhf.Ie** ni restraint o* i ineee-

(V W t\itf ('c* th'iiir; (his vnr. In JuU Je wa* iim }- Aor (Tilt da do, : iwj jexd, I by the n.imeof 1'eUr, A.is Lf Might t->' Mary Am McDenrond, Deft. J arv nio-t eiFietualljto eqirc that moral' cn'I rnenalealti'K

.*e.'fjortinn of President IIP t..k'fl a.iwr vliich bet diiaMIKV.III 1i i M'mo JMI t.L-ir-u- T:nicy (cu: (' Sal iu. tlitairy,! Iwvill by Mr. 1'ojidvr two \v>- ar >. Jt 1V.iqvp JT 11 iippearin to the Mtifiction of the Court thnt (ftrt' whlfhlhrv are pl.ired in the Iiwtitr.tioaft.rN -

a e.tre5sy, bin wj WjX htr H'l". ..' |! ?'!(} hiiy b.e'-c. Al*) iiiuUJl ..ry Ari. M!< Dcrnmiwl. the! Defendant in the al veMm ate not !!l" eif to n-c ivu the attentinii* of jrentltnvn -

LP ,,| ,cc duiing the present month, i >tuf.v Mil it, fi'w vuqld.. luve. ,. Mi-o>ed her i'l) Tfi fl.' 11)91 mid? JUI.C \.IsIsI! (1uir ) 1.* ( r *--- s'fl:; :i1.nt f.--t 'a hs'Is C. *, reiilt beyond the limits of the State of' Floid.i iine-w )>v reqn; st of the fWert"or giErarULin,

prp4It, ti liv to the \\ ill ofllu'rlnl :Mst, ,)i.I Ki- Le.i' v.ic .Mpn' i.t- I'icli OHleo: jint' Iinii>? I:44eI: ii recoss of law cannot bo' and! l,r>y* niv n2it tInvrsI 'to h-srve'tli; lr roonisatir ;
I, t'r :-a1(1 'I hfla-fl Kill I ll'I'll. Milfi ,...iMIAdid FjainSf.it! M.dic.miv lioc'': 'r$, .. 1M iLi,5i .viat: if .*vei, Li> a i-.ir osi the j.5i.JefIeI i nni>, trvi-d iif! on her : ht. or to fi nnnth n->M>ci.itiom a* will tend to corrupt
ti.u.-.lie ;li : Clii'Jd' -nV lli .. > Us Uieuviv Miis4.*-I 1 v (lie !' UIL Al Io a i.<- II it tlit OrJrrcJ That tlieir rnor.il-* or hitfrfere/'nith' tljeir *tuoie .
Inn xva concnclwl( : nd! Ii.sIs. i l'.i.!>ci. ji i nu- h tjtd! I OAV Chsir !c. : r f for" a henriajf; lie l-a-I in ,
lintl 1&ast iihi II(5r'tr luk & __..( f'v.tI : ;; at'i& VtiIig "I ]Vt1V tt: JOWLI> Auctkar &i {b.ii jn> w'nipaa iH-J.flijjiny tiV.. .FT Sc-tt. -v cry blnik, ath. i4 ea'i-e :it the Spiin; Tt nil, lf>3 of naid Corrt : 'lltb priei* of N>;ird, htriirbr -washing1, wIOper(
tl lI \h-eillUy l u II9vtu; s out. bc ltfth1Yut XI' Lt. "vVt
It tht
> if J> M-siWl', Ulls: 6\V1VI fi ;izn futr..jst iofl : .Ta iwrv' 8, 1R.V.?. 62: J'ri>"i
ff' iutei.li. m of lie! PiVHdtfiil, an eII1i: L a:) t:u1v fj r'vc. I Ut-t iJiM ( '$. Iej: ,s 2 t1 .iii1 ; L1!!;&-iieNwill; Tc-icl prv ll.e nardi! .f20 euirf.r: the s1 .\ >dx(-priutvd in ll*; City //fjTalI..h.i- i fi-r the l rafeof tui'ion, ,tTl\. Ac., "ee printed Cat.ilogre, 'nhich

$ !inis1ry havig: becu furnIL'd durig; ilie t- i'll jHAYrtito. fi4 d MJ':S iilmut LJ dim! ihAVfl, Atiaclitnenl.In j i we deiy i an rOt> I i ) tss 01 liaiiy sife. J.iilhtre I lc(' of throe i.iontl>9 preM 'u< to the ti.r4 ilav cfilTiTin. may be procured bv" application. to.

n'j'l I..iifri1.tut 5 ur rimr JXim htual 1&i i.ti Juf'icfJt n WAYLtS UAKEn. Ju\Ue. >. ll STEWART, Principal.Quincv. .
!t. of lVe-iVnt Loul- J&.I'u1 ein.! WH-U :u-kod In tini;i UI* 1 fjljji-r-a tncnc liowt C'ofit. Xertiml JJlxiriet Ison Conttfy.Daniel pcrAii.vlu3:; t.> pv < a-iy fi.f>rniat!'>u i.bmt "Jth lH'c'r. 1831.; A true copy-.Vtte->+. : December 13. II5I. 4'J .L.
lhC det'n ( ]) thi 'tVLI
pndi .1.ss 10,1, ) s* ik.a a.ti-hi3 L.fl&1.tU P. 0. ...
I u > < S.><-t f II'IIt1o'e: : sill I
;p'itfl) that the Kxecntive pow e j ]i4; : up : ji'M in ,li.i m. > Amount , 1831. 50' S-u Livery Stable in Monticello. '
1 He that! bo had .ijf 1'.a!! Iiiii.l Il.vr. ) A. M. asrssioxtf,
Kan.k .vs tLoii
,I IIU 111 liih ( v:: i p.e ':' pt.it: ::, be S -. ;'i iii: uberibtt inform* the cltlreniof

\..Jl. forced into hi* ,.iescnt) po-ition bv fie j *p1 iJ .*"I juu i fi-iU' J to WI1LtAVi1! r my hrat" !v faa :Jbyno'ificl III Id'.i-tit' I: ajj'l allti.heis )tt.ri,sted.ero h're- -, ., -, ,'. W.J.SC01T.DeeemUrSO (}ionrK SESSIONS. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Montici'Ho, and the trarelliri;

41pnefl1 i: ihe .'tseini4y.-. th r w' ; .u3J ii swt MIM'O;' u'su-d i''ss ii IKT < f tl.e] commencement < f ili.s suit, ) ) 1S51 BY niLLEEt AND BSOSAT7 :' publie. that he ha* atabii--hed a LIV
i "Trert.ih ji'lo: -t iki i ff.ilritfc v.Mi JM> JJM rji:Hc.i,. Jjn.i.Ji iitrnutble t; ,.ia Ji'-iiecV' .C( uvrt to Ui .held nt Ta'.ln 50 tf ERY AX1 SALC STABLEt1Ie town of MontieeIo -

'. ( : that Thu-r?, Chanyainicr :u d hiw; K iJ. J.uj ,'..iif. ( Iii gl(*> i.iu4$ i!>oi"i,;$, JOM- I.as:ee on th ''ffOon 1 Monday ((8th da\jnf iiaich.m.l I For Sale. (iuflLJ.tflCC, florJ'i. and \vilj Leep constantly *H hand Hof?*. Ru< -

( .,;.0-i. ol his o|>p, th samft : 'Jul tuh.crilser *.nve reo< ived nlar *' ictc.., for lure na-i I for bale.on the very Invest cash h

.ml liis arnM and inijiwirhniwit on j ti! (( 'JdiHiit | 4tyt' r jiiilo\v.; ianv .h' i1.V)5* t'is.tci.ij; sji 't I iren Miuhr my ban I au1! w-nl this fJh day ofSEAL. /; -:3.: LOTS XuOand 10, m I Iho! Xnrth Adili- ., J. upplv of CAKRIAG1X F.IKJHAtXESS ti-nna. Hew afco: prepuredvitl giKxJ Hacks, and
lidJU' 1 j iiiJutl.. An 1 \\hi'' [ .] Di-midx-i. A.DONAl'J. P. i : { of thy c'iv < f Vidl.dm--t. ui.Ii ni! LL (; IES -Rhi.-b the i"
;inil wvre rJni<'fcti'i i I !ht' : <'t of nnniitjj f/| ji.-iu-u :. :IH>|).,.MK'i 2 ._!.._Lt_. < : always r ady to convey pasi-enj* to nuv point at
when tho\ and! I I j & rz. j iiij iacii. ii i\ t-.i !K- dt: -<..iv f ) C. iflON tho inivvciilitthereon; ('I.I.I-tii (.f adtve'.Iin s>'u.r for ih* (ill tie nnv-t reaw.iiiWcterm! *. All per- tli* *!isrtet not'Ve. II'lr40 left at the Stable will re- 4

(the, matter, ihtipiiiidp.tl' tie, ir I'uii l hcjics "''o f !i-;>; 'lv j.-i-v 1i.'.; wi.Ji I'I4 V .' tif tl-r J'fafP.CIX '! ; hone.iih eoiirno-Jioiu.! Ki'chfii r.ml I other wi-hIiII'; tn purchase anv of tlM al ove article.3, CL'i c the bo*. ? "f ae.ntisn.; '

: flrI4'.tt.d, :iud ein.. t nned .1 I(4k'IIg) all te g!t k'* of a <; MV1v wo.li''llnjv. JanraivS: : I 18.12. .">2 Cm out liii'li 'n S JMi'l .il.-o! .1 htoie-hua-esnited to ? nItISI l lor.itely will peu!
i. \' to ViiKH'nui'S arid rotitinnl.. uji tiu e I Je, hi-r |, S4 ;<'jtl Miii' tl| ...r'hft : *izjl *J Kk ut jrwi':' The Tiot- contain one L iijtr 1: P51. 41 tfChattahoochie Decombtr 13, Ibol. 4'J U*

\\ itii fie Hii'iiiher) of the Ass-onibly a'- i ic.5ihio, moot IUT ; gf! L v'j. .<. i\.iii! -% i Notice. .: n *re t.j4-h. TIM \vl.\4o.: will beod! (heaj 11.4 I have

uiitfJ to Jix'ft oflictally, llicyorc ordered; lid <]u'f' ..1y, J-uJ lik'tiJa Ktw'l'I ''J.lil l.o Ill-Kf.s i roorthafter! d.i tI p the tin.ler-i,. nrd. Adnhii1 co-it-hii.1'! tti le r f.irjljjr pirteu.ir: JLand for Rent Desirable Rssiclcnce for Sal aMrTMIK

: | JW-nil-rrSu) IHil. Jt'LIA. i.- trat'T in i.ht; of hiifd S.ir.ih A., -prvVflr Ad- app'i to 5 -- : JAMES J.OLiVKIl. r: vn1ersi-.iu'l cciil receive proposal ? at Tallahn !! criberwL.hM
in 3 divit'r.se| and if they did i. .t. th"V were nt1i 'DofelllluT j fi, 1SG1. tfjl T to ?ell I f j* idence
--- ihirii-trati r I f ihe m etzIe! of Tln ua* J. llo-lloy, Lite day January next, (in- I one i'.nJ half mile North
a \sct
i I'' ctpd ."id iuij t..tie'J.' TV. u Imiidjvd UK m- !| I Ct'ebjttt.t] a* the A iibruuu, *, dWiUiie.* a'u, i in the *.t .J4'tT.r.s)?n CsI'I. v.d tvi-t-1. v.-ill apply to the .Jud! i -- --- If. GFAliHELLVSU < lu ive,) to nut ft>r the e.Iin'; ye-.r.: hi- laud lying inf. !, .- The phaco! contain hun
1, ol lie AtviiiSly; had bot-ii oslOil and J beiilni': of tif l'i>ilttt of Kiid. ; .f.ck-on of tliu'CliattohriotlJeliner.i one
"f ( ar ; urt. niMiy; th.-r pii' ;>mutioiim i .J jre..t : ( County, for u duuianj from haitl i Cou.i'yWt dred 1 and sixty aeres of Lan, of vhkbciuhtr
LIUV ( ( ( t.lia&t.lnt"uiy; n t i w.rr h tiiid tuiui/u; \i. ue. IL (;.la. r I'etlcbra dI Adiiirii-trati..n.! I 11 LO1IIX( I t f ENUINK Aiahidii Lmui.i, ii i a Ins "t estraorI sII'j..trTg i of ilx>ut 4uo acre-a Lrgs. piinii.n ofhi.hi' \ cleared and eneloVitha'new! fenced The acre1re im-*

ml t iiirijial leaders of tliu Oppo.'hinn 1 I I .Aiii 1 '.in L'U.jjnut i.-ji c (.-:! (. .f Lilnit: Irotu JtilFerfon: Conitr J.-.nuarr: : S, 1S3'J. 3 Oiu* I i.vJT Unsiiy, : int-diciue, tl.e tiutt' ol \\hicli H pi.nid \\ butloia bad, .nd a* good a? any on the pruvcnu-u. ei.a-iat t>fa framed tIwt-hiitig.hon? 6
p JL! I 11 lir > inid ili.u't! l I tiie .'-l sjlis if Kivrr.'I Lr
rare j pluuts and ann.miiu gnr r.pccul'u rto Aial/Juail 1 -- -- ---- : >> \ ( lie arli"b'and -10 Let, rimtainuig Hue roonw framed kitchen

wfie tn i1 isoii. 1 it \\ i- by tl.e: IIMJ of the articW CoU1flI,' till- frn-.it Notice. j I I iie;!;; iiitmi I 'JN li.-.ti.:; d.ii I) ( rlitindb\i It t I i(. I, 11!>e known as Pope'Old FielFon it ii i-s si su'-t..nti.d! barn, and u veil of; excellent a Tratcr;

Ilirtv ''lundted of the nicinbcrs of the Asj; j iiK-dlc'iic' (hat ovi-ji lie w'hl Ar..b ol i the. jn.sej! j itrQ tx inm.tL*. aftrr date, I -hI1 I I jii\ ii-ii-U i'.ii(! I le-i-lni t .ill I L oilier iiifflieines and I In : IJi>i.f which U u'e1 I OJ a btoaniNntt Lr.udiiy, for Ttruu niae knowu upon application tnJESSE -
liad llu-ir i f2W4i Mich present my accounts -kill;< ol I ticllral [ii\f.Clli! .>. in I Hie vtf.rid. It i the of scllii !
MI'U given; I in ai1ie.ioi: to I tho'f"1j inueiiloiicui It i- t>qu.ill\ guid ii r liuu J and vuuJieTA to the JuJ fiobitd! f. & IS Ci'in- s purpose igVO H to limit*, P. SMITh '
jj < I '
r.-siciii's$ nnd l : ;iu.l bet ; thi-uf(.icit is l.Jled iLc : ('u r tiii' pi,1 ttt Inl Ijni. extracts and pi.li-i; peciilidi ti. The teuas are c sli-to be paid i'i advnnee.FUEDEUICK Pt-o'nlg'r ;
j usurpation, t< 1PgrlttiC( [ ; dis's us giesittot j unt-, as A''mIiiNtralor' of Seabo.ii F. lUrooibi, | f. IP..l.: 4ii 2m '
bli "y-i:."; ol tLcaie. .See aJvti rctnent. i deaan-d! Lt'1 iiln a |>ii--rssin?, in :a co'iieiiliil: ,(tI4tt. (rirn th ) tnu'lil.$ 181(' t1it ii i> <>; -ii'l County, and ak for u (]ifCharie; | I il h.' -i-tniiul i luu i ; AiioJjue, |>eiietialiri i lEO
suiJ Admiuj-.r.. fl)
j'q proilflmntiun had IJ HI! flii Li : : n. and t I IVUI! i\e )l ,*;1.r. I i s, itid IhiIPI which!) asei'Zo.
:! t ? 1tfhit eIl1)1uiutlL) : : i. tyfi *" **( (!rail y< rilit, X. tif 71, Qitiiir't, Jf. rwljrf C. S. J01IXSOX A ImV. were iifid t.IV I Ihf! S HH of the Deei t," x\ilh, Shirts of all Kii-ds \ LL p'r-.nt Laying demands against the estate
Uh.eq1t.)1Itl.t 2H. 1 51.-An) AuiM.H ilvctiii! rf llw Gn.'rl DIvM< n January; 3, 18.2. I'l; fin: j jnU. ch inn jc u'.i us success, m the diseases .JL i>{ John K.ittldeceased, late of Gad'dert

t I4.e. rftortvrf| ronlmdiete, !, fl1l hirii"f I th, Suiie 4if Fl, i idav! ill l IHJ held i'i Tulhihssi nn lo'li tn iii .ifil leusl.Kettdl'tefollowing. curing ol I!THITE and Fancy Colore-l-force 'ithi Embroidered County, are hereby notilie-l to pre ent tht m to tfumlerigueJ

r lift, u.-reer.'ctod jti! ddfc't'tit qnartcr of!i TiiuihuAy, ii.. 8 h of .January. A jiunciujl aiUnJ- S. HUBEARD, M. D., Dentist I rinil.alle euro, which should I I MUII----beautifully blitctieu-ol bo.h AduiIuUtnitrix wrthln the time pre*orilSedn

ti# riu : but 1' H4tTlMOE .
Jwtt ; the j Adchei-n is txjwtcd iotu: r. ctldav'id lx' IVt r, Jr 0. fTNFOIIMS ) .) II. ('. 1 r\RKKI.L'S: AH.XIIIAX LIXIMCXTPtir cLarin.. Fur .ile chtvp bvAV. x.ix in)* iudrbtvti to -iij estate are recjue-ted to mate

Ly t.oojiLilest S !L Huwlctt$ of the fJ. D. ly.Aliniit T. illTCIIELL. p Kiynu-rit immediate! Aii.lre.ad the AJiiJni.-tratrLr,

.tiiUo'I Nevi;. : 11 VEKDI'il: U.V." I*. S tld hbn-4-lf 1''Y ri ., a } e.u aiid a hull ag's, A Avtlliti appearet:! Peetmber 13, II. 4J tfJohn's 5. Tallahassee, 11 i n!u." .

arromjts from 1'ajis Mite lliMt J. M. W. Jjmnos, (!. S. l.ljn. :t, If .Y2. and! v< iiiiit rtuLitIy- the f lo\vi.ig! mT vn\ ilt'tollmen rnJii.ill: : } iric.re.i-111'u: in riziniitil ELIZABETH RAWLS. Adm'x.
a -t s&.a________ -. 1ul jt. i il: heran.i- I.trc St. Seminary of Learnins1 Pse'nThvr I.. P4.I. 49 tPuponcJ
lu| iilt' fiict had tat\ ; a-i iu> Lit, and -one I llut.lie ,
cm n j\larp hetuxji-u'ljie 'Lhw, Uiinliri 1 *> Nekton fouUl not? l> I Ilie Ie.c-1 AT MADISON C. IL
| Tallahassee Franc Sash tar Jin--- nre uout| it \\ilh.t FLORIDA.
Tft l and tb in uuidi Doer, and Shutter, Side Isf Jlonduy in January.
the latU Ti"iiu v5'.le
troop. 1 J Jliffr ; Factory. jilt t tvin<: Ii- iixtnnie p..ni I i..t ( hi- advice oour Roars! of Trustees take great pleanre! nn-

iirti()'iIe Fr.ittrriiry j'ud! ( th> puh- Chancery. 'J j

oul 'caU ere. liow ever, coutituuiDy 1.I W. BOWEN/T Hrr'-in. C8wnr(!. Atnet i'-1-. it ; -iitiie :sjii* ir waan Art'- Cake or Ilnl.irmmcn L he scner.illv, that the rpTci-vn of flii In-titutH-n I IN- LEON CIRCUIT COURT.
/; :w Call* from the < intrvri'l'!) U' atten 3e-l! J". .:._ nl thfSjdeeii} ; -emvi that it MIMOH Ki hirgi-iuscni i.J; will the .
( fining m ;.il pitt of tu! :if ctunr f>f Matft'mlf'j ; .t cIln'* S. I1UBBA UI f S. CJuiiK-v Tla.- h. () aiies ; and isi 1is-s said if wna Tur.rr rt j t thiliifi ei-iBiuuice Y NEXT I'll, und!SIIfOND the MONDAY) IN JANrA1I Da%Id- C. H.mey and Harriet Frances, his Wife, Elec

? > ; were tiled from the iiuJa'! > > f r L'lilihft.K. Ike 1siAT t IJ .n.l could r mifK-rinterdarce (.f Mr.IVAC tors of Latimcr Aniiiottad, deceased
ujMiii } > 1831. il l> nisi he cured excit| l\I < uiii: it Ann, late Principal& of (Jreuiwrmd Iii-titutf. ,
*" ----- __ __ ., r*.
,! a. t. I In thu e'fitic.jl I Suilir! i!. I \\ii>, pn-uailrd Isi S 5rt'th Carohiu aided!
by muirietont AaiitaiMr..A .
ur }Eugenia Armi-tyid, and A
Mary rruLiteaql
pi'onnis! wore iren nilly (favora1 to th Received: this Mcrniug Auction. ? II. G. r Abisie; Linii.-iPiit tijic.n it, and ( LJ> coiris nnu-n; ubenri tlie hi )ht te-- of M.ir* iw A. Armistead deceased.. Executrix

rt'iJi-iit? ; hat so\cr..l (ieiieml.i fa id CIt ii'iiit ;, i EELS. ATEtCflAcIEfls, -: 0!f rVKiflJAY, Ctb .lav i.fTkIfl. 1 R2. will I?* -I itra'ias t hrinii j it 10'niipruve rriy ajjj ar., and tij on li tte'r1)r(1.. aj>|'lictitmrIn I tiMHiiU; of (inrnCt( r. rth(>lir-fiip and! M-eee"? in; TTXDrht11e Or hr sf the Court, in tL* above. cntith
"; Iii.ii and >J i* K w.1.I the j.atitii'u5of '.*-' _I. thumtt, .I i roniiuu.-d srellin:! tt-.it lii. nnd the Trntcehave no hc-itatoi in I._) ;!
; (;IfflPl vd Niuniyer v.is S ( KJ'NT do. !, I 'ultti I dol I> Hi-Jil I nohe j is a> well asiici ctmri cau-e, t tl! f..sI1ewitg lands Lyionspn to the
Oo. Hin-d lWn.1 tu e 4IiUIU1 prtxTt5y; : t15u"sL I -'cu 'inline (hi-* Institution, unJtr hi- direction! to the late partner-Lip f rm of L. & 31. A.
fbuip: mi Pnj:isjtli foar leginieuts to < >. jf VIsZ: ( ( ; Armitead, will
ij 3 11 1is *-l! .fCmv fn'ronajje of he friendc.of EJucatiou tLruur !iout thur.r.d be otJl-r-1 f.iriTe
Hu tcr for I's'ii.u MitCh 5 M'COX.\TLLK Public Auction to wit
l tJ-p the PrchiJ.-nt anJ th The Family: me, : It'J. I) ;
tFfl. nio si 1 T'vrCc Uice, 1UuuU t:. F.ntkT the adjurilu* State*. I. Lyinij: : : in Lon Conn v : .

i tin* eiriteiiK'nt prevailed, and there was! r.; UUe. Cn'ilw'd Sumr. -. S ., 4I ) Is.t h.ti 1'V. i: Rstwtt 11iI.(1', Ps..tmasf'r. 'I'he (ob-ct| 'ouijhf to IH) aeeompl.1iesl] bv tl e foil-. The E. i of Sec. 11, the S. iv. J and the W. 5 of
r t iig; ((* t hii ., 12 IId I1.uiIaIt 3 i'!.-r- s-f l.i-! Iii-tituti i j1 to, di-j nithe* hit-- -in- of the X. W.
: tetniv 'uf la1c.dit.iI! ti; e 20 i D >xe Pa' .. CrRHmwI'A! .Murtn ;27, 1S4.X |t (11ItC. 12, T. 1. & 2X.. A E., ccntaitii.
< "i f i i- Iitw din 5 Ujlo. IleUWckIU h4I Ilv1 ( .,tt1 One II -.ii.tii l pi:.etiiid fducuritn! to all \vho may tt -ire toJHII :"i'-2; :;i-10o) the
ii-ii peojsitf and ilie i $ wi trail futiied ) *_rr Lmluni.t; ? uil >i un-.il I II acres lying nsor plantation of John
""H a i.ujltt be caniwl. &id Jara O f&..c, IJ I Head JJ' ..Itb ( ( ( i. Shi had I. -I I lit. *s.- I tsi I hre me it* bfiiriiurieand: t< brliy this great bs..o Irlli11. Iisq.
,,Q ). tics, C UI-). K' I t'Lttth.P11 Utrn$ wulinthe niitliof all-k-fvui the iii.ift humble.! !
$ In AI-o
10 da 11)0 ia 'v ; \ 'AT I U.tc iMhiin cor.H.cln* sI! i.t iisi \\.t Its- i the K I of tho X. TV' i of Sec. r,2. W. i of
The jJjjtj in n\cdon tLe'23i, l :iiif ii>'2: 5 liuK Ilmiu-n Sugrt'vrQ Ivku.) ft ;eLar.i A.ttiat1t! 'f 1I-Ph.h i .1i:1 aii'l lIU-L ii Fui'-1 w, leWfii 3EstIrh \\lnle-ludin. n- j ii njfi/rafi\ >f r j the bii: iirtf of a eircahir!; i -ued! at the co rmencer th> S. \\ i of Pec. 29, nnJ o> much of tie E.. | of

L,1,0.1i, d.-.tPMo the tth. The j IuXdj i4t1aIilSI, niturtt. Torujb mad', Lmnrti 11 i he IcL'w I hmitii''" flI 2Lj. p.1 j nlit of the project. it i- ot r di'I ti tip edreate tI.s t the S. V". :J and of the! AV. 4 4.ftlle ti. II i of St.*. 2V,
aeefujiitp! j el.iMren mil!
tlo., ca3k: IJFliUY.: ; 1'OWLHS( AnrtkntfrCARKIAG -*. '4 4.1 bIkI lhni l n.I he Ica-i : but lii I Ie ue i't I I IR"" orphan < f i'idLcnt Master M.IS ns fiee :1.( TTss allotted to L. Ami/teail in a partition with ILj

4ietVit: Louis Napoleon hat] J>eeu periortly iIt. 1).se.mlwr.. 17. P-s1. 1. rt14 iraJi.ru l.iirir.t'fit *li* j i- now be to walk | i-f ehinje fir Tifirkn, and the divdrcn! of other" uj.t.n W. BroIJen, known a* Rock Haven, coutabii.g UOU.urr .

'"*Ss "li." aad tint IVanne -- -- --- -- --- -- 5% III lIst IIL 3 siiaiPt in.-'b* I luve I'n? .l it -iwh tenu- n-s t.iny be ]1tCtiEet" AVe appeal to pnI ; : a!' iu T. 2. R 2, S. o: E.

wss quitt The Aid for Kile! liv JA2IES IIJanotry S AND BUGGIES I-* *.. ( .tt II1)II tar Iir t'.st: al-n, I r I s-ntghetwsL! jniMic to i.-s-i-t iw innr t'tlia-t; "f humanit The :ib ve will Inoiiered fi-r sale before tie Court

'i (lie army dtinag ilia C1)lliia i a was, 1 Itr C, i.s.12. 52Eoolrs D. r. HULL 4 u vi > tiiit. ..xliich nijcifK an cxlirn.il i .-tiiedy.T'ie v. nud"ixe o* ftvn failure and (T1-ft-at-Ffl in tl.e E Hoa-e u TkILh.i.t-ee, m tho first 3IonJay in January
Ix-licl ansi confident the
in that
hope our appeal vii I iiet.
ninl 8{ xrnumh'd ; 15 fcolUnr l'EitS L.r s.iJt a s1ki1j1, ati rtr.Y'Ufr.:5 Ofl'tion vfa.i OU, not te direrarded.'I Terina f all the Land '
1..rps"-kacd and ScienI'fif *, one-third of ?
Stationery C-ocds
and 115\vouuued. IVegli Fancy C. c? ; : !Ibat.f Csnif:e- uud 1&t', at Fa fhe c1s'I1tQtc yuar1I lx? divided into- two ? in ii'h thepcrchaw
Lifl and
's-1 r thf Iniknee-
arrests of ) rut money a credit of 'oue
:. _..!__._ ;
-- r-p rpisu E "tocJia'i'Jiuliic \v t. 1(14 IIi Atq. of tve months pich.
tvf iT-i'1. In.' ; fIIt i. ititii i.e., Ti.ition: for each
Ret1eau V.iM5ii t&WAJune* 2'), IMS). se si'>n tu.be .vu.tar. Fiircbasers wiII J Io-- for title 'J *'*""
; leaders \\ re dwily wnJe.Nainiltoa .--- ; ..,1tl Snddi'i-, ISit'i.ti-i, Mar.ir'a'e, ?, Jlariteof .ill kin&t-, From, I ifip s'lt'-i.y ati [>criiiTji-i.f cure, hoi h on F paid Inrarlably in aKATIS!,- ), I IJENJ. F. p-iper wHIThER tJ KniL

it j is 6/i0f; will Jjgcjcclcd \ .i.ci::;. br thn i-vl <>rih ir, who will rjilry i'i t (, 1 i1s ilti ililc .in ritnfivCVtriir! Tnnmr.'u-of all man a'i>l t>.-as!, wbuli j'-ur ArjUiau! LiniUicnt isUM7rini'ifr i 3o5tcr! in ,
) ;, 1 U-uii- Ut the Old t4UI.I. k ii.J .Zhs B.4t '..L i'i Ctct Cliaccery,
:h. irini., H' i..rgu z4cueiii 1.t Vt. Sprit. ervt ;| I Fs' H't I.tsil.lle to |i'ioiiounre? il I I I the OF'tJTJON. Xoven-Iyr I,; I8l. 4SV,7 : Zt SentinelN '
majority; Chairrji: ; : aud (SI y ''t< wi: lii.iJc: to tin .JiliK I., and in w tfoo U will be e Ill ii-uall) Lv-pt ni .1 &lIC.'f il.M Kind.Vl I Cresf( ; UtniiU, .f the! SP." 1 lure practiced? d& <;- For ti! < elementary( brancHt ti> witIhaling, Ortht "
Cefler : -
tv12.C ) at/l laT Wnit ; g :i'i I U it-ec-ncd.; All, 'rJ.sfir --goods ti >t in Moro. ds)115-at I.iIt! WJtId.JJMtIit. tutiii'j hOt-..- lor I !u>c I Ivteniy: > r.ir. and, I.axe t liui i!1I : ;raphy, (!ra: iaiar, Arithmetic, se., per '; -. Notice. *: *rT'rTr;
Ih j I i \\iii i U; j'uW4frflY iuJu'Lij. r I tf ill I I the Vail I .!!.. li.iiuient"I i i i 1.11 & P.sb.Lr .
it ( ion the ____ .u Iiett. .C. o I'.ui Iit.llTnl L ), 1)) IIX mrnth< nflrr date
f -- -- the
rFia'jjc ofe'.eitri"; : the* i A luxe eupjlv of now nul 1 fa-bkin' title inu-ici ,- ''be l hi&I l tmJtr-ijrned A 'r.iutra'or" /*_-
q1i ; i up IJ [(JiHl-! ; iiu-l ij tljjl II. (J.;' For Iitit'r! rjigrli-h lrnnriic*, ItheVrk. Lojrv; of th citafe
to tv-.olt. rtlU|. 71u 5, Af Cilii' 1 r\p'C.fj by llit! 14 4sf February, jjthr:! vith \ $20'I !'*.inr| VAJ btiif.liHWinf *'\reccjf! nfy thSl t neinjij I tfi-ts'rv, Anei.; 'nt srid Moil.pn Natural 11 Iloi' I- to tlw Jc !*i/cf? fn T of> TI. UI.H TTurmtte, w'HI apPly -
ate of Mat'l-i!
JetX. N. lin' .(i tti>rs, Stnujj*. 43,. PS "13 AK-\ i ( ; !> ii-c* (II. J5> us u-e, I ln\e: cured Sunmi\ SSuvii i | hy, Chtii'i-hry? rrpcr ee--nrV. 10 00 llna.1 stntlciuent rnd County for%
w u
i I'lv < from
was jit b.tjiad&s kfharp said tat"e.
? as j A Ccwl-HujcJu* Jaw lx.Ji I 114. ill t iilrii loiu'lltr I II I rhad bten e
cmjilovcd, (
t s's e:ie- /y -.i JjliJenc-Miutv. J-t-iMa, "n I| proniunrnT I ii.i uraljJ..a'Kl 1rr Liiiizikiyehuh &?'Uitlu upt!<>, >Iord nl"Iuf eui .5. DAin
t ttor, had ltg brtdtn and oue 1 cute' all M'uik fiitiiju'Jx" ;in>l ut* reduc.d pi ice111 -. _. .1'blh! luViu.d rjiilotoj'Iiy, 1'outicitl I'coiifuiuv, n.ccr. ) Wm, 4

rt&i 'Ji \VM. ]IL HAV'VAlil ). :: t /f A a 1''. 5 f.t t 5 i.H'h.j* 1 iih, \en well hiult, ?( ;iwii nitli ><>ra.'in tvtrv hdde Ac. ]I-er ft-sicn, 7 CO 00Ii Madion. T.
I'rice ito JoIivI1:I( 1)) LLLIa. ,. ; t die, lo'iii-cralches( and biui-rs Coimfv. Dcrtniler IS, l.'Sl.. 49 Cni
afl(1( Hy AKoit.T.ilhsbaFKX -i w..ii M < !pnfr MI M't-k r >J T. wfi; !:? Mmifh u l'o UI;> to fraviti I, -

Umie ;zU.; ; p. t Itt __ ?, Jiiuiytiy S, li-1'2. 12 \\ rii.jut of health, morality and c(Hxl onh r, weenture Fresh arrival from ,-m
rri'tjiit.r ind --; ,---- r- -- --' - I S 1 vlu.-ntpuli.eu t.b-h4J! a v *>< in.* I x'. as conIMM \ the a ertiim that tie A ilbge; of M.ttlj.on New York. .

(''revj rijp4 He .etffit; I I yiTIOX' BAHH MONEY f-r win Ly. ,. 1 &tj.I ii aluc with II4tliEIlb,1UI.I! I t'4'! ''c in I fi ii&i ilv I al'' l.-t wintir I li my room with ULi uiiMi and iinttyudled ill the St.ite.ISonrd i::4tiImrIet1 RICK 'Hornf."r V>'aflT<- Cafce .tcw .,&

Np.sIon.; I'arh w L' rojJAKf> A TOTYLilJntiuuiv *>cut;> wu M;> Ve.ut; He o if n Lirye M-ur n ruvHin.tbTe1 Fi Ii Sound-Starch ruddiiij-. Ca-tariL* & ._

perf.J; trnqi1 Lv :3, 1 51. 2 > -Iteowa ,' I ihiili. tlii' Kl'fch' Lll baJ| -, wiiii s.tl I)1' (1. I be use ol "our I.iiiiniiiithirh enlirtlv tcnn A coiivuikiit! Boarijiri HOUHJvil lit CJcuiiitcColTi: c',

ir1i um- left Iie 5t1z t2t. RI I niiri by lliewhip f T flzhti'i;. I Ib'Nai .nHml 11.1.1 li II 11'I t cUd we.. U-s all. Li. (...i1tt.1i.Si.jtI l be erected l>y tl.e Tra-tec" at an ?ar\t! jn-rfmL Anv I'owdirud IL-i/e'RatTP'h, .- '-- <, s -,
cFih 1 UST rw("v d! imd for F.'iV 1-v C. C 1'UJ r 1 ,CIo: -e fasr.t.r: : Liimh, .
commotion: cxrrnt the : 1 a 'UgI&& otrjKiJlM. I l_>i'rli': Adam i.ojfle? I 1 "I- further rifurmifioii: will IKS cheerfully jjivtii .adly 1- ,
A bj
hirrjeadt La'fw ,> a h!h !n. Manatee Sir "tin of tm kIoui1lcurcd I Jl. Salail! Creiiia f.ir Irc-Tiiga;
yati U.
; Nii 1 b.ie1f U .wti! TuiJier wi 1 t\i\t ti', tri.Js's.! f.om I,..t.lLtI1I'I. y Iire.iti- nnikrt.tru-sI.
aidr.s / : 112:1: j3i.;till 5 b'i\ dai IiIje. S : ( I.i., I will ji tlwjJvt* n w jn';' fir .\ 'r'11"ijn ': I-'uri-i/I'.i .iinltian I.injinenl. vrJi-r of the"il'sar.i! of Tn- {ce Talamoa I for HreaJJ'oat, c I-
n oa the i January *, 1H52. : Mr I II t. (; i KAnnKLi.-li- r Sir : I had been afll.t Superior[ l'h eolatu, ..
pooiilo( to cr4 to the I i hif-j. .i'' i th.t! : lg t-T hn! !! ;i ilifh-r.: : r1.r iln; I j.i CHAULES RUSSCLL, S-rrtir .
I1i r* Olite FreUd
Ip a94J | l l. t4iii '. irli !!i NIII Tain" d-r the hst p1llII..h and Eng. iliktard
I tru Deals'
OTe i of Ma'1isrii C. ;
Ireily_ ;; t Ie1$4S. m aif vhity nitn: or ujr> piid'fto iVccmlM 1.7,1851.; 49. 2m *
M5ilhjI lo tik.ir rlkWiis liiinstlf to Oils, Tallow Grease, and'Ohio eoinK-t, I will give ?JnO( inofc. itI 7ILIat1 %*IVIF I i1i.f e1eiI hr_ bletdii.il! ; rifles;:' ,, rreacrif' day.te. f.. ,
; I l.ul In In- I I H I < i. BERRr A-
IIitIftIaI AUO() rjsrrs IL LAN"I EPw I IHJ s I'jru-il'-i i jbi.in hij.iixtit, Fine French Dress Boots ROAVLESl1851.
llIth wcib'> ,il>l>1ied'i'er the I leiiilcs| abiiut lluceoi four.I ..... Tce Ler C, 4 .. .
r2'X 1S3I. 50 tf
CWtanivedtli, : con-,I) -s' n HAHJKIJ! MJiJaery. OIL I'iki5 .rdiv.it wa rntirtlv lemru-d, and 1 have f.-U r'S'l A ND COMBES55; GAITERS, of huperiori -:----: -- ..
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flrmaIifl. ,
( fiLe accounts the I'allic. .) t) 1i-L .- (?6orjji.ii: ; ei'-jiy] 't)1 fnbiiLStcain I ihinn of ittiue.t I went info the ..tibh. orie nuhl? >, $ \ -*- qiulltv auJ liuith fi.r sale lo-w bv Notice.? ,
A by :JiOOtJin! ) Ib. l1.,. 1? : W. T. MITCUELL:
the o-avrIY it 1aa'houe'&t4re: .' b' '* VI % I fc** hav any iieiuanJ 4iIPn5t.tk
aniiy tad bt-on taken, vUchc ejKk <.l! Vtli''n**sjt-! &.l iMius 75 tf* pr Mill, s'c. : t he sriitt&IM .ind'?:! i' acaii'S! t inlc <, cfis'iniil' p ps jnilIniiiiii ) 1S51.! 41> tf ALLpcrsoa Jolui Piwsfett, *lee >ivetl. lat of Jefla (

,! to the 'J
liHt.It1Ith Uur1Jer by a majority : j'u' (;a1.JZIM! iIsi, (Is.) (1b! 'rxjllo, are olft-rMl fir hale. The l.nd nrt pine, IMhit, ifideiin! ll.i-in pywelh s J jour S Notice. Ijf-: vlrhertu uyisclfor !
1r.J.ephi nuicb
.) Sc\eral of thu interior le- "11 .iI.k* ef % ;tsfl! i 1'i'tI 1s sp first ({ii.ity) and flout! fliu 760 neion. 1'he Steiini Liisiiiuent, antI av1t l1 nun !fi rr i t lew di\-i I to olibiiiit TIIF public are hereby notified, t1ntJMcB.1: E4 lith] city of TitlLrhasi-t'e, w hw U uiy enly, UthTiXti1C' 7 -;

--.v deelaiod in a f>tate of HM ;.VJ' U-rrels T.U.iKTs' Oil, VSUI-HW U.iJi] ;usIq : has xuhublu Msdiiii.ry iittnchcd to it. I will 1 !? ;ij.iii-ii-i| liji'jl' 1 aj-o .tru-udni! > Hnzerin'a.; Cs.lIlflhtO', (On., wa recently anthori/cd to .et- n Ti > claiiiwriatpre-aenwl, >illuii tho.iwepr..u;

LteLn: Lu: l-lliotr ahicl b'ir tall upon il :- tl: <>ur. bu>L leMind timt.Lebas) loft the BtutetofH'Jia'j.hi'without : (k-riIsLiy4Lw, thUcoticet. wi'lbe pleaded'in bar.-

.* arrests had. been made I h.1%,- ) ) (Jdll' i in Caks of, -vai; iou*RIZCS.'mI->u )\" JUXJll jllteiVfct 't S tout. Liuiuifii'vuu' lu-jleJ it tiu.I IU51lI. di-iii' \Vetberefoie revoke anJ! iu I-, AhIp&rs'ns indebtcJ to jaid estate,, are roijutsted'fi/

tJflen quhiLit's, ii.in; SO to [lit (,ii1s.! j Itr: W. 1>. M03ELEV. < .,: JOHN B. Al'r.EC tint the rower of attorney gwen to him fur thuCpuijjxie nuke uimicJutc p.iv3unt --- 5,

.4 1q Ton* Tall'W flrenV, fr le.uy lieii.u ] 13, 185k 4l -It :.liDSk\ precinct, Peoria cr., Ill Ftb; G,.1S49.) anJ liereby wani tho t* ,imlebtea to us rns. loniako :, LcJTtLLRy, AdraV.HAVING .
4X .Up.L. .>aio JLw-hin'iy, in Birnjsor CaVj, o/uiiy - -- -' +,_ __:. ...._ "
i-' tr N '
: i f to byt I ,
payment any oiw to u. ., jtAi' .
this! s or' &vtry :en utenov H t-
e Ot1er I iui1&r -.aijnzil a,, io 1\nn Ohi-# Mineral PuLt, iti.aids. at f the I Pahg ; a it iinnkcVrri. just rereju'd bv.lhe Lut ye H'l frum.: ytv The Public ar '
of jfjirtiirn'inrycaatiftnrd
. i tUbscriberb. splint a tieclli FLv Di-o. d.
( 43
>, 1851, 5t
ever ni'ir ,
invoice of onicii'
bIa huIrv (ili. nTMfeI r.It tdcl.11 nn ( *, ,'chiIdreiiVnu'l ilerfedhicn ; 5
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1 hi-e
trtich; iik 'aied. n ( t coil < lately inadiUs appearianep.'nnil >cp3< pr ui.teiU i ,fffUicCitv CottoiV
It cxhllit1 ueaditr. and o>>II.iJCJ. be'.tiu.! y lnjj it e (JuiSpcrnriI. Shit s ;$- iu't IIerctI.fr ; ; i* called br the fmp<'- lor uFo nuke* itW. For Sale. .. 'T'ft.ft. PT.it ii* V.T.1f.......t.
1'Ieat ,
cflt.) flflrItet. lig1In's i" Ie, lic.s.9Ia [icr" ) / 1.1 ii t.1j14 *4, U. FnrreU'1 Anbran! L-nint., Tiiis i i a A .', t, I..O)11? ( (L-.4t1mah1d tliy T1lTflUI.i2Lt
'IJ e pte s Mill never botfnuu 3Joil.il r.iiut Oil!, equal to 'iJitfev'U OH, st thr! I I ihn' toUih1I lUVite (Jansfcroo* lran.1 ftid' iis"i' liable to deceive fn, m hi- THE nio-t valuable Plantation ta\ the Apalachioola- tjKJileorfci.i'Hrtnters that 1 tviUtaOTTOA' 4$ -

to 'he, until'' ih 'huid pthleiu S for VsILII( ." '. ( ,41.I4I Isw1t.i a (nnjqi. |ejriuirif> ineof t' rr1I. Thirelnrebe particu-' b1tiiitig to the estate of,the late KeuU $Ire lepot .ffi ijil'

' JaJer Cr< iu i is exIItskLI. ''t ife'a bad I um e,met Hiit ly rwvM'i tLre EUpjiifif r.'D _J. M. "AVI LI JAMS. |.ir noer call l t'i \it\ by the niie'';'** FrftrHI'-i.'Mn' ; llii-k' tlvefuedku! i\vn as fhe llick. ,.i'luee,'', lyip- .-*and TOBACCO iiArt9tn! fSctl mj'c4r j-r2i.afly M .
14 : u'the
to /'ul'iiJier' nnd lj, mid my m
VJ i / subscribers. We ad qui<-k retur.i" .t> >I3O O n. p. ]'OND, .. luie upon > "U lor lhi p'nurne 'hul 'rOwaps' aik l Icr ciuiiaiiiiu! aiiu'een( hundred and tiiixlttnad a half t-critl&I L2h; 1119.ftor ti ca1w. nruf \ :

4IOr our paper 25 per cent. cIse >er, 00 IJV.tr- St,yr/f (under the J'strrl at..11os.v i 'Notice. )Jl.OlFam'U'a Arabian LiiHHienl" and talc Art other, ncre*-thafnioit of. itfiua nvcr; bottom of e ne brakes thic Custnun lIous, there. 31v taienat: the flttt. Silt

1lIut&C not InOUS tX ) n 9f.Mbdit7g1 anj %'EII' 10)1) ; : weeks after date, I i-hall apply to tho Iliviorn a* tlifttetiuine alxvnj hns llie le'tet II G. before"Faireli' l.iiul:-,ibout; 360 acre* cleared,, and in fiua state fur. Ier v ohi
to ciiflect 2,000 ..illlttttbti trom I nil January 3, 1852 B2. tfAXKlfitini t : ble Ju-ljje of Prolnitc in nnd f"ir' Ibo County of' : l tj.s i ginaure.k11n.on! the oiit-ide wrap. f ultivatiou) with good siipar work and other valuable r theStL1-Iiu- Iiiur-

: r of "fl Tlo : : *.( for liittur of uilniiiiii-tralii i on tiq t4te of per' ,. ad lli'.sevor 'a, j, country. : only |nie I ty. : ; for Inteudant ii: t ravtll't Aar.tl iaii until the frt Monday In January iwxt, ((1'5h, wlien ,
Ije cfl/j ouJ' Eight (Count; T'eIsI Lfc of Mini County, dectMrtvL .. fi Oj | > .Ljuinjenl |Vuriagenti.M / ) I feuded and iii'good repair, the -
Butenf, nncj jf the whole j.ib- <.f TuJLJm&M-e, U juu-by rdcrts 'JOILV WOOTEX. I ..\ puledn\ every IOVMI, \ilUie and hainlcfjit it WT-will. In exposeil at public,.jf oujcry V"; before. the_ Court I be nmra secure fn't' >< injury and catt at-r CottonylE'' be fuywr.. ,
'Mwod dMr iii Ii
; Yuls dupt it and fcticke ) held) At the t ourt Huu.se <>u the iiiot MiHiiLiy County, December 13, 1851. 4'? Lt, ; I% (flu* Uiufi-il Slates iii, n filed t one' is nut *9+IahIl4IeII. ( $ tIietowu 14sk I dud wi'h IPK rfctoy; 4 hope the TUrrfefs anJ 3Ie
zilit %t.rs benef3ddl J.-uiuary: 1852.!: uudi r the iiibixtliuu of ''Apl'Jv- b/tter fftll. O. 1'rreI1. 1'eon.i, Illinois ikrifiiu ioliI b f'r br I
IevOlUtj')1I' to all S : : tlie / I -------------. ------ --- ---r----- '- jchnnt.-* '\ ill give m'Mlic'nJBfrrnn
I tuulJ cl'ct'J witJjout! the least troaaccomodate jx-ns (in, : John J fl.{. J.lu\d* IXlJuniermi and C. L. Notice. ilh'ci >J reft'ietice ag.to tl.aractir, rtfnunaibilil, it), J3UR\\TLL \VJIKES1 Ecutoi' julncd! ti Ie-ervc it br tpet nttention'f H J[ am cetr-
'- D121nltPrlLu: Ort ; .. mr hMne*,
Cu'umtus ,' iJli3. o. w. inncuiNri: & >\ YirjiuiJ, iirto : t> ',- CHARLES :
Tirneq. COITCCIL CiiiiinEa Dee. 21 I, 1B5J, LL rrctlitorp, Jcjrntecs, nnJ [MUSOIM t-nUtlc-l to dmtrihution Oalfon'thcazenthovlll7jirnl, ,.U4free( of cTiart-e P;.. W. WIIITK.. Quincy: Fal fc Cotton L."DEJIIILY; ; / *
__ t f. nnd out < f tha a
IIoUI, to iiTT-: ; ilccvu-'H.'d, Litu of Unilxlt-n County, nn hereby t.4 itzer3. !- --J'/. I T.lIahascetugut. 0, 1851. 31 tlJ -.w iu1
: hundred fif- evu'rY ,, S r ,- .5---.i ,:'; : -.__ __._ .. r -
I is : ud la )pi <*uut their claims: and dniwru! ito the ?: cnt r ,A- .'
gue.t in :
contemplation to ; A"" "MECTJXO! : of the; St/cldiolder f tho 13 ; (, cnnI. end $1 Iiu', .. / Lady : Notice. --. S
: CIItMS Mi7 in-tune for the I ext t-tX ''B.iiTi/if Tli !Jo. \\lbu\\ licU *at'tha JJatI;.: ol is&ed iin and witliin damunlxvSll hx-o VrIfrL'nitIIi4 l &teijilg ; ; bt3 hiirrfil ht SIX the
tlis'expiraof JtiVu.flir. it&tL.JrtErtn. VV/ apply to Hen. p
bt SbtflI. It lcinen ? ( ; 'Collogp; (the.Clai I84. .) de'alm a'fltnation,
I tu.be I( (4TMjt43)a.! .
erct24 L t.Iy Ift .M&ii1ty, tIM: wJ.1 Ktiio L reeaLly tti lho I ,_ 0wyim. Jnd j 'of Prohate of Leon j
IIVOy : rr | )pradbnof- I" Mai'i' sheet, PrriaajI1i.Jatdfr4a1e.whq14l Teae.ls 1 either1/ ? *.l.l L-* i fi---.fl' j County. f>t ..
tiffelfru 1t3 o1 Trith
iig & t'yfur IIti sCIiu i.f ) tzbtic ) letters of ; 4.I -
of S I ( h ut2i 'ZI1InUIC iiiid I" ndmicftiutonjq'MuUuj
Is &Q,000, ;' pi ss-ids.I.: rl.retail t proprietor's jiiccs brt tlIfd II. at 314(10OU C.I1. flcrhs i>u the estate of" .
urech har of stockt ii id bf *: 5* : jr3/ CaLc !1? YJJIlJ) A. F. OIIBON. t JV13: St. AMUf?. A"UacK r to Bennt4tvik SO.- Jocaihan'G.! Padriek, late of raid /JbCBityf< :* ** '
; 2 :: t D.cwiibcr'ia *4 U 1 i ** *
Itfil. Jf"ft 1I..ocIEI.
49 St ) >lM.r27, I53J. 51 3m ovcrnbr 2't>, 16IP 47 December 6, H31. 43 6tr ..



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., "PUBLIC *U'ition i is. invited to mnewimproTeJL tfjefeno* drejtit) Covrt-Middle CTront local Dentist Tallahassee, Florida.5MROO3s !.

.'I, r I: mcnt in manufacturing[ Iron Railing, Grating, Alexander Scott, AdmV. of Aaron B. C. Scott, dcc'd in the new building inunedi- TIlE subscriber w now receiving a large anal!splen- Tax Collector' Sale.By b TiE aY 4 T t ;a;

:V :J"k Ac made from Iron Rods and Wrought Iron detig- against ? Fast of *the* Poet Office where ortmcntof Fall and Winter Its sill made virtue of authority vestod in me by law. I shall E of .avery --S9 or. ", t:
\ r' .., t bated David E. 3L Scott, Mitchel L. Scott, William J.Scott found unle-w proC mally C'lothlns, coo..tin in part of CLOTH CLOAKS. for before the Court lloiwc m Monticelk, 1eraltttral l r
WIRE R,tr.DfG. M.il" Ann f Mal- Ann Scat ertgagell. September OVER COATS of different descriptions Black and AND : i i
-' y Towrwend.( rmerfy y ) 7,1850. 35 Jefferson County, on the first Mon-Iay h March fe n' X.iCJIXERT
.t It is the nxwt beautiful enclosure for public or nri- Widow and Administratrix of Thomas J.Townsend, Brown Drew and Frock Coats; Cloth, Cas-shnere theEJS I Wi of Sec. 5. in T.I 1, of Range 4. N and Aspit Georgia and t

.f ; rate ground Euros cemetries, balconies venuxLh deceased l 1. and her minor children heirs of ThomasJ. FORWARD & TOWLE TweeJ. &I tinett and Blanket, SACK and other BUSINESS E; tho WNE4ofSec.5.]: l in TI.oI Range 4, Nand Colagen, Cwr,, 'Ju s.1, ; 1
COATS Tweed and Sat kind &Fulling
Cloth Cassimere. Of
:, : arbors etc, etc.WINDOW. Townsend, deceased Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in inett PANTS VESTS: of all and style F. and Lot No. 5, of See. :31, in T S, of Range4Nand Al every Wool l fu h

/" "f,/? GUARDS AND ORATING, BY virtue of a Deere in Chancery in said cause at Chancery All of which; have been manufactured qualities from the latest E 1 or 1&0 much there"(.* ,;U pa1 and aatifyth : ( Fcrz p tIl !> s Deer SEW. anl, I 1

Tar storm d..ellm..lun.'hC asylums, prison, steam November term of aid Court, .1 I will expose ft* TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. and most de irable materials of workmanship superior Estate of Tlionuu P. Randolph' Taxes due to the EI01"I "

:;; : uip Jtc, Iron Bedsteads with wire Backing.. tee i bale b front( of the Court Hotwe} door, in M<.iticello, W>r. A. FoawAan, I Smos Tov u. and styles most fashionable AU of which State and County for 1851. amounting to >$25 17 ctf. S.\YUE I 1.170;] n

: '11i ; guards, coal and ore screens and a variety of articles i Jefferson County, on the first Monday in January: fAt of SI. f.H""IfI! I\ a ill be offered for sale at a small advance on the coat i I besides costs and expense*. Said JanJ are situatedin 1

'. .' '; too numerous to mention, which this inrentiua; is *u.- 1 1852, within legal hours a certain tract of Land to October 4,1'31.I 39 at the JYtw CaM Clothing/ Store : the said County of Jefferson, West of Monticello. A W;, : .,t

I -:1 conveniences before wit: JOHN WOOTILV, 3fflr Dno ; 1
; ceptiUe of. prse e'wing never I W. T. MITCHELL. I .
.iW,\ kn.rCl'ultrn[ frllnt the lIuproTcmcnt for wldch this ; The E | of the N E of Sec 34 iu T 1 1.0C R S. Nand A. L MAXWKLU Y. D. PAI.r November 1 1. 1851. 43 tf Tax Collector and A lessor. I.. YtLVxu. d. :SUana C. !

i .r article 'u p3.k'flk..J. 1-'f" a ; cnm\HrK'd with : E.; the W \ of the N W 1of Sec 3, in T I 1. of f MAXWELL & PAPV, November 22,1851. 46 3m W merits .: I.uu :

"r: \. strength, fur tile beaut of f i'a' innumerable "AriCtv of'f R 5. S and E.; and the N W J of they E4rf 4 f S3, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Sheriff's Sale. Swzrr. .d C". 1
in T I, of R 5, S and E in all 200 Tax Collector's Sale. WY. r. ,
': of designs, and especially for cheapness (Cat one luLl f containing acres MI.Lua
: TALLAHASSEE Y virtue of Decree of Leon Circuit Court (in .tA Co e. j
less iron. it U altogether unrivalled more or lew. KLOU1UA. B virtue; the vested in law RrGC1E tll
t S than cast ) by anything of power me by I o uox
wherein the heirs and 1
) of BY
't .". t M yrt offered to the public. The plan of crossing And also ten Negro Slave of the following de-e February 8,1851. 5 Robert W. William LaFayette hall expose 'for sale, before the Court House at I LvJ .:fey d C1 "i
Trustee under from
; ; the rod* in so contrived that each bind the other. Kriptiou: Jacks man>, Jlxlva woman Ellen a girl alignment! Qnincy' in the County of' Gadsden. on the second 1 H.S.c0M{ w a J r
the, Union Bank of Florida laintiffs and Turbot I September iha'8lo4'
'" and thus a 'mutual support i i. given to each indiiidual Very, a woman und her children Purchasers to pay CHARLES W. DOWNING, are Monday; May next, the following described property 35 I
t R Betton i i4 defendant I have levied and will .
Q : part of the whole structure. It u believwl that (fabric for titles. Condition. Cah. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW upon ,;>r aer> much thereof a. will pay the State and -- -- t ;
for ale, before the Court House door in the ''
+ formed of the lariat wire, and manufactured in WILLIAM[ BUDD Tallahassee, Florida.C27" city expose of TaIL+hasee. County Taxes due (thereon from 1 1SI5 to 15i11 I| inclusive Ta Collector's $ale ''

: tlii will endure at least fire times the violence Master in Chancery. and the incident virtue of the
manner. necessary expense Iht'feto.lo I BV realed m'-L
Office at the On Jfoulay I the 5/A/ day January. ISi PO\tt In
tint a Cast t Iron J Railing in ordinary: use is capaUc Jefferson County, December 6, 1S51. 48 5t t CapitoL of wit : shall.tzpose f to r ule, the
March 15. 1851.: 10 within legal hours the following described Land to bfore
of with taudhr; !. Price vary from 30 cent to >f U? l tf wit Eighty acres of Land, lying on Crooked Creek Quincy- in the County Gad't'n' COlrtlola".1

per liueal 1 out.( The aub-criber also manufacture At Chambers. : owned by Romeo Lewis. Monday in April nul,the .
W. 0. :M.: Section
DAVIS 20 'ulowinJ
.;' WIRE }FENCES Petition/ to Fur
for enclosing farms, railroads parks: lawns, oleo guarantccd Samuel ATTORNEY AT LAW, N. E. 4 of Section :30 Tax Collector for Gadsd County. County Ta, due thereon for the p i 3latrard
to reMtt cattle, bON'. etc., which Carroll taken his abode November a. l'I"*5I 41. f.m nf"u, expema ISM'!'
f 'I sheep ar r*. HAS up at Tallahassee, and will 1 i All in Township 1 1. Range 1 1. North and East in Six In.Jfn thereto, 10 'ii'I.; I. I
}Incoming, eltro.in.h' wed and greatly ditiiigtri 1x+J l William R / it"f' in I the Cnnrtsof I the VioJle; District, i LaFayette* Township containing nine hundred and Tax Collector's Sale. Rock hundrl and forty' an. 0'| land'!} .'.
by 1 lightness of appearance and elegance of form ; l ling l- and of Franklin and Jackson'. Ccuntitf.P of land. Cr..k. purport:nr to belonc 'to L s.j?TeAt
appearing to the satisfaction of,f the sixty acre .
imperceptible at a t-hort distance the view is thuuninterrupted E iftij.ivit ; Court ?Vhrrh {I. Ji.Vi P BY virtue of authority in me by law vested. I have so much thereof as will par the Tu i ; .1-*
Levied the RIM I
of that William as of Turbutt K.
; petitioner, R. Perry resides upon property) Betton '
levied and
the and the will for sale before( t th>
uninjured, upon
prospect beauty % o.
t beyond and be sold to said decree. BlGH '
to aatistr
the limits of the Sate: of Florida: : M. A. LONG d. J. Court Houne door in Tax ;tLrli
of landscape unimpaired The, fence is made: on ail P. K. SAVAGE the city of Tallahassee, on tIle (flr G I
oeing The, It i it Or.r'rtJ.' That the Mid William R. Pt'rrM.J]I avocLited, IL/r. BLOCKER Sheriff! second Monday in May next the following devrilx-d I Olo her J" I, .rfJ <
new't pLan portable, yet secure for( the 1. 1.
all HAVING puqxeoj November 29
other If:51.
bode" }r> r>otis interested in a certain mortjpige of f 47 fit ,
may be taken down and tran-r ortod with the I pf I law> will give prompt attention to property or so much thereof as will be ufficient t to I I
'l : same facility ar ordinary+ : iron' rod*. Price from fl.50 I real propirty in the town, of Monticello; (to wit : an any biicino a i-ntru.ted I t to their care.irt i In pay the State and County Tuxes due thereon for the Tax CoUector'g ,j

.Ai to 1 3 per run including Iron Posts,from 11 12 to 16 I feet d undivided) half: of the West t i of the South West t J Jof ;Jllly t Iii:! 2v tf Chancery. :year 1 1851, and all inridental expenses, to wit : BY "irtD of the power ve.le.1shal. Sae.
Section 30. in Towit-hip 2, North of Range 5 East LEON CIRCUIT I
apart > ) COURT. All that tract or parcel of Land known as Forbes* expose for Cwh"1

Inquiries sass} order addre cd to the Proprietor, made the by said Perry to oiw George; W. Gelzer. to secure Law Firm. Albert C. Jordan Complainant, 1 1f Purchase, within Leon County, containing 142.7UOarre Qnmcy, in the C,, nly.1.of bf'r"rl Gad1dn.I the
payment ;of, a note for ?188 on. and by, said i *. more or less said to to the Monday of 0" 1 &
will meet t with prompt attention. k > Divorce. belong ApalarLicuIa April neit.the .d ib'tdpertror '
Gelzcr assigned 1 to pl.untifT.: and plead to the BEARD BREVARD will pracfirp copunncri folo1.inr ;;
appear i J. Jordan, Defendant Land much dli
JOHN B. WICi+ERSHAML{ Lucy J Company thereof a |
i all the Court of the Middle. Circuit \" Pa. ,
same according to law. orthcrwi the hiill be of
same to the 5sfaction! ( of the D. McRAENY{ County Tax due thereon I
240 Broadway, N. Y. Florida. Olficc in Tallaluusee. E appearing : Court by affidavit for The **
taken "sir I
fem them ISSir J
against >
cn" t
Warehouse-240 Brand\\\. ,pro : : JOHN made: in this ca*t'. that the Defendant "Lucy Tax Collector of Leon County. nece'-'rv expends incident thereto *
: ,
Proi';ided. That/ this Order BEARD. tow ir,
Work -New York Wire 'Raffing Works 59 be published in some I T. W. )BREVARD.Febnwrv ( J. Jordan, resides! beyond' the, limits of this State, 1&0 November. _8, 1851._ 44 firn The wh {rf f uhat ,i is called ." ?
public in Tallahassee: at l east week I 'oht'
newspaper once a that the of It ins in Gad len Count Plh--
be .
II 1 Lewis street for four mtHiths. I 1. 1 SI.4 tf ,i ordinary process subpoena cannot served Tax Collector's II :v, r (tlcb :
1 N. B. Silver Medal awardei I by American Institute. upon her: Sale. par the Tax a lrtqid. be.nnerrd, n 111"01 He11

1850. Bronze Medal{ a awarded by'rD.1I1ding Ii>-titute. December} J. WAYLES BAKER Judge SMITH & O'BRIEN, i It i it th'rrfnre Or.ttrr.That said defendant appear BY virtue of authority in me Ly law vented, I have f Ocklucknee Rirerarnl Cn lb..Whrbr( .th fall 1 !K I
G 1S51. Ap
e 1647 and 1848. 48 4m and Counsellors I and answer the Bill of Complaint( f filed in this, cans eon levied upon, and will expose for sale in front of i [cola River. }iCfH O,11eLE.'t:'i

Novcmlwr 15. 2"51. 45 Srn Attorneys at Law, CT before' the fir t Monday in March next, or said} the Court Iloase door in the city of Tallahassee orl |i TH Collector to, GaJ.lrn! ,

1 In Chancery. ALLIGATOR, E. FLA.M. ; Bill will be taken for confessed as; int t her : the second Monday in February next, within legnl 1 j Oct"het 11.1 1 5'. ff lolt

Now Opening In the Circuit Court of the State 'of .Florida I f. WIUT SMITH, I M. O'BRIEV Prtrittnl;/[ 1 J lioitfrtr, That: notice of( this Order be published hours, the following described property, or so much I I Tax Im"- _

the well known stand' ftirnwlv occupied 1 bv held lu and for the County; of "'n flou. Office at ,111i!:ator. I| Office at Newnin,'ville. in ome newspaper in Talfaha. #ee for threw t thereof a* will }be sufficient to pay the Taxes due I CoUector's Sale! i a
AT month before tl.e11'1 tir-t Mf. day! in March thereon for the virtue; of the .
t next. 1851 and all 1 incidental i
CLARK i: ST1LLMAN a General and Select Smith it PilworthDavid Refer to Col. S. S. Staler, Savannah ; Judge THOMAS year expense BV PoWr in me law 1
Assortment of J. WAYLES BAriER: Judge :'. *, to wit : >haT expo- for file. before the Court I
) Jacksonville CoL J.
N. : !. PAINE Ocala.OvtoW4 .
I I ) l K ML Scott. : ; October 2., 1851. Attest : The 1i 1 of Sec. 11, the S.W..hnnd 4 t the W. } of !, in I the County, of G'd'Je. HOh't
1 1851. :39 i i.Just
I 1 Tall and Winter nothing: Bill. to subject interest of Defendant as nor< of( the OSCAR A. )lYERS, Clerk.) the, N. W. 4. of Sec 12, T. 1 1. R. 2. N. and E. containing Monday of April next, Ihepfrty fo llaaindescri,; 01 Ih d(bird

; Fancy Gosh. Clothe Ca.imcrc:, Ve*tings, Hosiery. heir of f A. B. C. Scott deceased, to the : t Received from New Orleans. November 1 1,1851. 43 Sin 5U2; 31-100 acres, lying near the plantation of f j: o so much th.rpot a* wi pay Iht jbl pia -
Fine Sewed and Pegged Boot, :. which payment Jol.n,, Conn.., Tex due thereon blf ,.
Slippers, ; of an account due Complainants. *T/> BARRELS Superfine! flour. Parkhill, E-q. pun'>ortiiig to belong to the estate (for Trar !

t the subncribor i is ready and nnxiniM to sell\ on the this can: c. it appearing to the satisfaction nf'the t 9j\J\ 2 1 IIhdi Choice. Sugar.BftOO Tax Collector's Sale. cf Marcus A. ArmisteatI : nectary expenses inricJent[ thereto.lo. 15J.aDdrh wit, :

JUOoOt t reasonable term; for( cash (or' its tgwralent.The ; IN that D-ivid) K \. Scott does not reside iu the, ( ) ..'. P-icon: Side. and: Slioul-Jcrs BY virtue; of authority vested in me by law.I shall I D. )fd AE\Y. Thundrt and tort* arrr of [land, 10'c

r stock of. Clothing consist i in pnrt of State of Florida but has fled l to parts unknown, but, }15iH Sugar Cured Hams, exp>( for nalebffure the:'Court house in Monticfl-I Tax Collector of Leon, County. purporting to belone fr Robert[ Jim.Gadlt","."

Black and Colored, Dres) and Frock Coats< not out of the. United States, : 10 Bbl-i. Iri-h 1'otatoe, lo, Jefferson County on the first Monday in June next, November 81851.. 44& 3m ?.o mnch I thereof a, will p,., ifceTato.afar,'ardls.t.rtingonE'lat

Black, Blue, Green.; Brown and Muted Frock.Sock : // i it therefore Ordered. That said David E. )f. Scot t 5 Onion, the West \ flf{ Stction 7, in Township) "l 1 of Range 5. --- In- --- ---- CIf'e1. HIT.H{ 0. Mf 1r".y. '

nu i Fancy: Cants, appear anal l answer, plead[ or demur to said. Bill on r>rbi li Sacks: Rye. North and East or so mu> h thereof will pay Bitsatid'y Chancery. Collector for G Cluorl.

Drab' Black and Brown Overcoat, fore the fin>t Monday in April next, or that the 5 Bbls. I Leaf L.ird.] For sale bv Wm. 1L .\nnht d'* Taxes due< to the State I MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN GADS Ot'toh"r II. 1 1551. .Z-) fr

; Fijuen, d and Black Silk and Black Satin Vest", same will bo taken for coiife.-sed as to him; and set GEO. II. BEST: 1CK. and County for 1651 I. amounting to t5* &7-H o, bc- I DEN CIRCUIT COURT. I Valuable

BUok, Plaid Grey, and 1-'noc\.' CasMmcrc PantaI down for hearing jsirte, / : October J I 1851. .19J ides. costs and expcn**"*. Said ands are situated I Sarah G. Tillman I and Jane Tillman, Complainant!I, Plantation for Sale
I hO'lol
I Provided That this Order be published for fourmonth in the said County of Jefferson, near Mmiticello.JOHN r*. THE PLANTATION whereon tlt'lat alma.
V"hitc. Silk ,and hr..ci1lC41"t"t and '
other article too to mention, \ .vnous weekly in some new spa ids published. in Tall 1. Boots and Shoes WOOTEN; Thomas S Snell, William C. Snell Julia F. Er'I' formerly reif. in 1.01 Comitv+ I

numerous A. B. CLARK! l ilia5H.-e pn o r tu the said f mrit t Mondar in April nextJ. t UST received a fine nsMirtment' of Tar Collector for Jefferson County. rn"nJ..Sn.an J. Little, and Jenetle V. G. Donald- Lake Erie. containing t acres. of which some'J4

Novembo 8,1651. 44 tf WAYLES BAKER:):, Judge.A J I.idu8] Black nnd colored Laituig Gaiters, November 22, 18:). 45 6m lIOn, Executrix ol the last will and testament of f are cleared, and under euli\3ti"D On tie wnui..

true copy-Atte-t t : H.) .. do. Kid and Morocco do. Robert L Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. I i I il :comfortable frame Dwelling house TrhhtUn

Drugs, Chemicals, &c. C. (I. FIFi; Clerk. D!).>. Eiuimelled Buskins, Tax-Collector's Sale. Liite.Sheiif. and ex officio Administrator de lo- rciuiary out Losses}". tc This Plantaticn pcMm l

December 6, 1851. -Itf 4m H.,.. Kid Walking Shoos Slippers and Buskins BY virtue of a'Jthority't'ste, in me by law, I Vile non of Ihe estate ot Susan S. Snell, dfceU d. many ad vantage!.a it adjoin the pine."n..1!, -

SULPHATE QUININE warranted pure and full Da)' Calf Buskins and. Buotces..1 "hall expose for(. i ale }before( the Court House i in IT appearing 'to Ihe satisfaction of the Ccurt that th rurere i very good for cattle aJ *, The !,..

Black In Chancery.In -. .' Montirello, Jt.T"r4Jn> County, on the first Moudav i in William C. Snell, one of/ the above named lefendanM pr and Georgia Plank Rod.i pass Tirh,,m
Od I
popper.Purifiod the Circuit Court of the State of ri1 Colored I I Laming Gaiters, March, next the N, W 4 of f S. W 4 of Section fj: in i iTownship residebevotid (he limits of. this State,and ) yards of the I think tr ft,
Cliinvidinc: article prepared from the Florida in heI or New'York ]line, r>r t through the
I I ale und that Thoma whole
}, of t S. Snell i, length t>f tLe Plantain.
Do.) Kid 1 4 S. A E.
Walking Shoos and thereof
Biukins range or so
Peruvian Bark held in and 'for the cf Je ,
cunsiderud County and ashen f
nearly e |dual to Quinine at raon. another< of said OefcmianH( / n supposed to reside this Rod w completeti whii-h
will and
))' do. and Morocco B'jf.tccs as pay satisfy J. Lipscomb'd Taxes due to t tthe. u udere.:
about one third; the price. B. Waller the limit of this tract, to be done
Taylor, for -jond State, and the United 1 by the jet of
State and January
And fine lBSZso
a sr.rtmrnt of ChiMrciw. Leather Morocco [ County 1851 1.nrn"ulltiul t t..42
I. ALSO Cl'nt3.
a general of of the beat Plantation
supply Chemicals States butwwh 'seresidenceisuoknown the
t. besides : on line (..f the
and cost and .tle
Pntnt Said
t Leather Shoes. expen-es. lauds are situated in R. '
quality David E. M. It it Ordered C.it for convenience, "i 1
Scott. -A 1.30- the said County of Jefferson therefore: That the said William ". It is now it i

Bill to sui |Vct the interest t of Defendant a. one of the (G.-nt fine Calf Boot JOHN WOOTEN Snell appear and pleadanswer demur to I the Bill I I ': bargain. Pdr+on'rtesimu\ of purchasing; sill'e

Fine Col enc, Lubin Extracts: and an assortment JM.irs of A. B. C. Soott,deceased. to. the pn)invnt ofa Do.) I Imitation, Sntrhed,, Bunts Tax Collector for JefiVrton, Countv., of Complaint; filed in the ahcve entitled cause on or ,I i call on Joseph CUl: *. Ej j, who will "h,1 p
cf Fancy Toilet Articles, at low price before Ihe hrst t Monday in Much i land For
and the said
very ,
proiaixNon' note and and interest tfn. apply to at
accounts t thesame November mr residua
on Do. I'crgifl, and Boots 22, 1 1851. 4C :m. Ic my ,
Dd",; Water-proof ,
Killer ltarjwu. Ready) Relief.O .: due the ComplainantIN Thomas S. Snell within Ihe period of( nine month :: Fort Stransbury, .
Rfx.l'a India Cb"1t; this ,
the satisfaction
cause appearing; to of the Do. Tax Collector's BTBD.it .
S'* celebrated 1'1A-tllr t and other Family Med- that David E. M. Scott\ doc uot reside. in the! Kip Brcgans: and Ru.!!eUs.ALSO Sale. I the said Bill will be taken pro eonjeto again j j January 1 IR.> 1551. 2 t tf

iciuea.JavneV. State of Florida but han Hud to unknown but BY virtue of the power tt .'tl in me by law, I Ishall :them : Provided, That legal publication of this -
parts fine
; Medicines, lc, Ac,just t receitrd bv not out of the United State: Peffged Boots, expose for sale before the Court None at Order be made;in some newspaper published this

LEWIS: AAMES.. It i i. therefore Ordrr'd That said David. E. M. Scott Boys half wel tin.! do. Quincy. in Gad!drn County on the second Monday Circuit. 10th Octneer,151.cr \ \. NASH & CO.,

October 11. 1P51. 40 tf and 1 Io.) Shoes of almrst cverv description. ir May next, the f..lIo'\'illl< ; described. property, J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge &.c. Dealers in Drugs, Medici l1eJ. &.
appear auswor, pic01' to raid Bill .
on' orbefore For sale IOT mistake
(and uw ) by copy
the, first t [ ) in tbej ptbio> tat
Monday next tho <
!! April ,
New Goods or aanrwill October 1 H. ISM. 41 C. C. BYRD. Ta\e< due thereon from l*>4lo 1 :H9 inclu4i'I"andI R C. Lt-TFR: Clerk. \ t have hand .
IK; taken for{ confessed .as to luu:, flail, hct dr;. __ _. ...__ _____ they on a good auMirtarot or f web
JUST received for the Ladio-. fur heariii;: ft jirte: u. I tli teoessary e\'cn..p.[ incident I thereto, III wit : October 15, Isc1.* 41 J 4mln.f/m: article a;are generally kept in their: line ctfo{ .ttH,
and PlaiJ Lure and Do Lanes, i Sight ExchangeO One hundred and sixty arm of Land in GailsdpnCounty and w ill be receiving reeulirly frwili; 'I1wil
J'ruvid'd.; That this Order be published! ) for four(. i sopjilit
Plain and. Watered l'-I .kips l Brocade. Bareges: months in NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON beloneing to Robina; Hollmger, hine on t thr In Chancery. terms shall be reasonable. .
weekly some(! jmblimhed} 1 in TalLil
B.irejre: DC 1 Lames: Plain and. Printed Tu.ues, as'ec prior to tin! Mid newsiaHT first t|Men| .lay in April.J. : for sale, in sums to suit, byTHOMAS Apalachicola. Rivrr, adjoining the land <>f Innt'rar.ily. GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. Tallinn' _.. CVtoher' J 11. 1851.; 40

y Figured, Plain and Striped Dress Silk, \ J. PERKINS, HUGH O. McLEAN. -
WAYLES Frances A.
: }
BAKER Judge.A : Russell
Do. d.Black lo. do. true October 12, 1S-V O.) *j> Agent I Marine Bank. Tax Collector for Gadsdcn County. Crockery, &c.
Plain BLick and Watered Silk Mantillas cop-AttCt: November S. 1 IS.:.!1. 41, rom r* > Rill for Divorce. TT7E Live received o-xl
.. (I. G. FIF}:. Clerk. Wi'liam,' Rmsell. ) \ L usortmeatof(Crocitir,
Kid Silk, Cotton mid B.aver Gloves, Deccrulxr 6, Ift51. 48 4m ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Tax Collector's Sale.By appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court, lIy Gn-is;!% and Stone W Ut.
Embroidered: II. S. IUd Border L C. HJkc'f L iT Roinxl. flit and Bar
1 1 A RTFOK D, CON: N tCTJCUT.BUltDl virtue ath'dvit in this cause filed, that William Russell square .
IJle Thread and Muslin l add of the power ested' in me b> law. I Nail, Rofl. Band. H Ie
Edging* Inserting, In the Defendant: in thi call ", resides t the '> p, and H. S. Iron
GS, Blocks, and Cotton ;in shall expose for sale before the Coiirl Iluu. at
French work'd Cap< ,CollaraCuffetl: ChomiretU Warc-houe e j iridiction< of this Court, and out of' the State cf Cant. German anti) American Bfofcr St. I.
the Circuit Court of the State of its bv' tire. Quincy' ill the County of Gad-xlen, on the second
Black and Colored ctub'd Ca!luuerc Shawls Florida against Florida Blacksmith/l] }Evil+.Bellow.Vices I ILuumen

\\lit, Crape Sw\vl! I.. held in and for the County of Jeffenon. LEWIS fc AMES, Monday in May next t, I the (following Je ciihd, property It t ;it Ordered: That the ease! Defendant do Collins Club. Broad An.] (Hand Axes
White and G'lorcd silk Bonnet, Daniel January: 2n, |s'Q 3 Agent, "fallahaaee. or "o much thereof( will ray' the Taxes due appear Nail of all sizes with
Straw and. Ladd ---- -- -__ __ _.__ _u __ 'thereon from the year 1 1544 lo iS.'il, inclusive, and pleat, answer, or demur to the said Rill of Complaint ? a general aMortjcct gf
Leghorn do. r 11. within three li Cntlery.
the inon! -, or Rill will! be t In
muck Silk Lace for. Mantilla Pat i.ll-. ML JOHN PRATORIUS nece.ary expenseIhcreon.to wit I : _AI.
Se O
: "tt. : .',.rvacri..f: Land in ken pro eonftsto, and nil cause: beset fer hearing -
Pink Blue und White Bonnet Muslin, Bill to subject the interest of Defendant a* one of the [OK THE LATK: FIRM 1 to Smith & Gad-ulen County North belonging at Ihe next Term of ihe Circuit Conit for Gadstlen 300 pir:, Men>*; RUM*! CrogeM,
OF IJl'LL: 1'aramore. (
If. 1'KATORIfS: wing
i'' Black and. White Silk llo';. Cotton do. lirirsnf A.B.C. Scott. to the ftavincnt t ..f a judgment ,] Creek. on Mo".niilo County in March next ; and that this\\> Order ba publi'hert 1 IIHJ, do. Boy da do.

Black Colored Gaiters, Kid Slip.ties A: Boots. and interest on the name due tLe c..mpllli. Aht. Oj ']\TOULD inform hi* friends and the pull i r Tax HUGH O. 1\IcU:.\:, in semi newspaper printed in this State cure 200 do. Men** and Boys' black thick BmgMi,
Collector fur .
With a great variety of other articles, too numerous IN this cause it appearing, to the stir :action of the iW I that he has taken ,the tfjrc Litelyoccujiitfltf November, 3.1 IS U. 41 GaiUden County week for thee monthsand that Complainant take 250 do. da do. tIdo. Up daSri

to moittlun which they) will please call and ex- that Da>.id F.).Scott doc not reside in the by C. II. Blood' and adjoining the store lately r--- 6m tritirnont in the nu- 13th (Oct.her rl l*-'l. da. Ladies' Leather: Pegged ]Boot*,

amiue. HEIR A RUST. State of Florida, but 1 has, fled to parts unknown, but occupied by Bull t Pratorius,where he will be plea eyl I Notice.SIX J. WAYLES BAKER. Judge. Gent' CalL Kid and (Gnat Bcot.

J October 25. 18:1 I. 4: tf not out (If the} United States : to attend. to the call and a:mt of those: who may) be weeks A true copj-Attest, Boy, YoutLs and 3IL.!* Shoes.

11/ i;is l/er fure Or.l.red. That, said Dad; E. M. Scott t di" ,used, to patronize him, in Lit line of bu'iK..a.: the after date, the undersigned will apply R. C. LESTER Clerk.WILLIAM. -ALSOlf0 ( -

Notice. npM[ >ar and answer, plead or demur to sail Bill (n or He has receie l. by the Lite arrivals a ffiolef and of Walton.linrwrntlelnJ3e State of Probate for the County H. MITCHELL, 1 bnrcnes Cotton Yam. No*. 5 to 1 12,
of Florida ;
months after late I thall npply to the Judge le.fore the first Monday in .Apnl l next or the same vtll-irletlrd! IlIp'I, / /!/ ;f/ Ch.thC''II mtr'il. [Vtttingt/ on the estate of Daniel; A. Mclver.I of deceased.LAUCHLIN Administration I. Solicitor. for Complainant.October All of which will be Mild as low as any in tit mir-

SIX Probate for Washington Comity for a final wttlement will be taken for confessed as to him, and feet down Fancy Good ; also, a goirrol a**,.rtntt+ >it t f L. McKINNON.{ IS, ISI.1 -41 3m kct Hide} !. Tallow and Beeswax b.ltn, trade S/

and. from( the for Inuring tf park: R KA D ]P.JLtlJJ) (''LU1'JIIXG.( I which we will allow the highest market: pnre.
discharge estate of Jere ojjh B.Lockey Walton County. Fa Nov. 2-'. leSl.! 46 6w
deceased. I'rori.b'd,171wt, [ : this Order l he published. for four. All of which I flatter myn-lf. are equal in ,,tvlc and Middle Circuit of Florida. October :5. 1851. 42 HEIR Rr.s .

MARIA TjOCKEV.: Adm'x. mouths weekly( in some. newspaper publi-he
Washington Co.. September" 1 1:5: 1651. 30( Cm prior't" said. first t Mfulav' id A nil next f found< in this market H will give ,particular attention rpniRTY days after the publication of thi notice John G. Gunn, -)- -- --- Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company

-- ---.- ------ J. W.AYI.Efn.\Ki-H.: ) ; Judge.A t 1 to his bumoi s, and holes he will merit a liberal JI Administrator of Louisiana.
---- I of William Uc1lnm,". will
ai r* J- Attachment for 1370 18.
Just Received from New true cop\-Atteet : patronage from the public. HAVING been appointed Agent for the above Coro'
York. I
apply to the Honorable Judge l of the Middle{i Circuit Francis M. Lawrence. ),
Brogam. and, Sewed Boot. C. G. FIFE; Clerk. November 23. 1850. 46 tf Court of Florida for ". deenung it unnecessary to(t-nw dw
RIP Pegged Lndiex Decemlx-r G. l 1R51. 48' permission to sell the following THE Defendant, ami l all other intere"tel... importance and advantage of the mutual inwrav
Ties, Bti'-kim, Lathes Patent Land to wit pl
Slippers Lea. : hereby notified of the of thi* suit would
m principle, solicit the
and. Enameled: Jenny Linda Itovs Men's Pure Sulphate of Quinine. The W. J bof theN.W.ofSee.15inT.2ofR5 of Attachment respectfully OtimlejM
Kip Brogaiu: by process!" and are furthermore required of the citizen. of Tallahavee and vicinity. Jbrarf,

Calf( Shoes, W umcu's (Gt. BuoUJ': Kid d..). Ac. In Chancery. TilE subscribers have on hand two hundred and N. and E, lying, being: and} situate in the County ofJcfT.rlOD to applrl plead to the decLaration filed oration relative to it,can be obtained 1 by"caIG t+*'

ALSO I In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida iu ,. ounces of Sulphateof Quinine, which I the) and containing i-ightr acre. therein, \ th prescribed bv law. subscriber. S. S. KJIGHI
A goal I assortment of Domestic and Drv have SMITH( SIMKINS. Adm'r. C. II. tt t 1L":
Foreign and for Jeflcr* Goods. Clothing, Hats and Caps. Saddlerv, Hnr'dware. 1 they will warrant it to be a superior article. Jefferson Co, Nov 22, 18)1. 46 6t .Attorneys or l'int -

i Hollow ware, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, d'r Thomas C. McKain \U'e\ have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines October 1. [18] 1851. 4 THE TRUE MEDICINAL
ale by' es. Notice. -----
by rl" t'ulanval; ,31t11 -
are prepared lo exel'uteohl
o EO. 11 BESTWICK. David. .: M. Scott rJllor articles in line Middle Circuit-Leon County.John COD LIVER OIL
our wholesale or retail weeks after date the undersigned will ppply ,
Bill ,
October, 4 1651. 39 tf heirs to 'subject of A. B.interest C. Scott of f Defendant deceased. as one of the, on the most accommodating; terras.We 4 SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate for the Countyof B.1alor. 1 In Attachment. TTSEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Con.ump'j' '.,
to the
Groceries.ER a judgment and interest due the, paymentof t have aUoa>< few account yet due lo us forth* Walton. State of Florida for Letters of Administration r,. f l Sum sworn to tl 1 f4.5f< U Gout,Rn umati*m. Asthma,BmnchitnCa'Slt'

ties it Complainant year IS49. They are generally in small amounts, on the estate of Elizabeth Blount. deceased. James T. Daffin. ) Assumpeit and alldi!ea-e3 of I the Chet t ard Lnngs.ol Aa'PP11'
> Win It. Pettes from New Orleans, I IN cause, appearing- to the satisfaction of the but if Ihe holeconld he paid shorlh% it would golartowardgliquidatingceilain WILIE BLOUNT. and others f30.IO. this valuable medicine i i. just receireJwbtcbis
that David are
i casks Middlings Court 1 E. M. Scott does not reside i iu a'HE Jcrtndant a intertte. here
3 Shoulders.SO ,. the State of Florida has fled to parts ui.knowu but I ; llImll which we owe.LEWIS Walton County, Fa, Nor :"_, 1851. 4(5( Gw the imtitutl suit warranted pure, and of very" snperinr relnalitr.|' '
Dot out of the United States & AMES. -- -- -- and are required to appear plead tti the declara- sale by LEWI & Ai4ESa
barrels Mess{ Pork, : June R, lc I fl. >? Notice.LL tiled May 2:. 18 0. 20 '.
therein, within the time Tallaha!',
prescribed bv law,
25 superfine Hour, It i is therefore Ordered, That said David. E. M. Scott '- -

10 extra appear and answer ))Iead or demur to said Bill (OIl or The Forwarding and Comm sson Business persons, creditor, legatees t ,,entitled to dl..tn- ARCHER 4 CORLEY for PIt
before the first t Moudav{ in April *". .
1 cask Clarified Sugar For sale br next or "