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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 10, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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lime should .
i"r great be used i
fruiH ] freely ; no heating manures composed leaves, and every spring dress the WHAT A YEARt
Fruit Culture for the South. r-ncmy of the fruit is the Curcuilio, or Plum I should lie applied around the grapevines ] bed xvith ashes, either leached or unleached. What is n year I Tis but a wave

r'-O many: inquiries from dfl'erentpart' | \'ee\if. This is a brown bug or beetle, about but the mould from swamps ashes, | Keep down the runners through the fruiti On life's d.trk rolling btrejini,
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"e fLi, outh upon' the different 1 branches j'I the size of a pea bug, which makes it1ppearanee ; | gypsum, s-oap-sud, trill added to this the i! season. It i is worthy of remark, that the g lYLich is so rjiiickly {?.iic that xra

I Culture, that, we deem we cannot : about time' ) the fruit is forming in best manure I have ever found for grapes i is pistillatcs, from" their eneormous productiveness Account it hut a dream.Tis .
1'1 Fruit effectually( : than to republish the bloom. This bug has a proboscis, and !' shade. Shade to the the fluId j but a single i earnest throb
roots cover g rarely make runners: in the fruiting sea Of Time's ;,1J iron LvartVliiffi ,
.nE\\Cr,it..I .;:, F.uit culture at the South, makes: a puncture in the JIIUllg! fruit in lie( ; with leaves or straw as far as tho outs ex- j son.( When the bed has become matted over \ tireTt--'s now aiwl strong as whenIt

hr U 'to till' ftl t-t FI 5r of the Ku- ,(,1111d III I I form of a crescent ; in this he deposits an tend, which ke'-ps the roots cool and( i.Mn>t. ; xvith xiuos, go over it xvilh hoes and cut the first with life ihM stjrt.

),lII t"t'('",. .%.(rieLI1LU1l: 1 Society.. since our I I1 egg, tlie wound, FOOII heals, the egg hatches } (:IiMpe vines will; us, do not require the pruniiig ![ jules up, leaving a stand of 1.E.lllh'illl'S, at What i is a year? Ti, but a turn !

\1 ((1 111'la'On i |; 1'air, we arc more than ;,. out a woim, and the worm eats mwaidly nn. that, the Eutopeans) gin'tl'm.11) !! proper distances; ; leave the xines to decay Of Time's old brazen \vliei-l. ;

""' '10,\hred j oft the 1 1 beautiful\ t adaplatio I: ( of'll'rr" ,I IC til it readies the kernel, when the fruit drops; i time botwecn October and 1'ebruary, tlt&bout ; xxhere they are cut, fur they afford the best' Or but n paj" upon the honk] ;

< tl' the "roxxlh I and full perfection lie now eats his wtuut, burrows in the'' all the dead wood, and xxhere the vine I kind of nutriment to the living plant. When Wlik-h di'tith must shortly seal

I 'r C I'11I.1 L t> ,!let-CrlLl"t J'1 WilUomeolour"fi11' 'I I. ground, where he goes through a chrysalNj i has become too fcrtgglill; and long jointed, !i tic! vines commence bearing, give them copious Tis but a ve step must upon trawl tL! roaJWL'uh oVr,
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: r -Irs add to the 1 list I the 1 eulluro I of, j-tato, and next spring comes out a Ctuculio, cut, to force flew and tfiicker waterings, xxhich \\ ill cause the A ft-w rnr.re stt-ps nnd we sh: ll walk [ I
,',uII'rn! I' 1'ii.e.Apple. 1 I Itt, Olivflrstve leady for his woil( of destrnrtion I The is hrlIc"t'1 I young Life's :
: lA-inuii, : .ignin. grape sometimes afTected !> fruit to swell and matme; it is to x\t-ary road no woic.lisit .
; : portions, ulUeorgia. ;. It i is observed that: : where} soils arc stifT: j or rot. This is caused I very easy !
riJoa; ;: a< adapknlto. I very by frequent changes' distinguish bet xx eon the malt and femaleblooms. \\ w a year ? Tis but a breath\
;1111111.0011 UIlIl and lexas ?i-- the worm cannot force his way in, and consequcnlly in the weather, and \\ ill hardly ever occur. Tho staminate being a large, shoxvy From Time's old nrstrils bloxxn,

rri&bL.," rnl'urv! of these Fruits we 1 have 110 CX- I polishes ; for this re.ison, s.tiirdaysoils I if the ground around the roots is piopeily.mulched bloom, with long stamens filled with n yellow .\* rib-Lint? "nwarl o'er tlie earth,

/I1nrC rmd shall feel 1 under 1 obli-aliuns, I if, \: are absolutely, necessary for the peifee- ; lor \vhatever changes may take dust, or pollen ; xxhilst l the pistillate is a AW hcitrl'is weary m aii.Ta 1
ie1e.\ will come toitf i lion of the Ii iit. Pax ing around t the! tree ha j in the I like Uw bubWe'on! the wave t
? place: atmosphere theie is small
.. oneliaxi'.ig: experience I always an I unpretending lloxver, ithout stamen or Or dew upon! the lawn,
Vt1. :proved of great service, but, \\hether it i* the I' even temperature around the louts \t hica ,! pollen, but xvilh simple Migmn. I It is observed As tnia-itut r.a tie niL-tj of morn

THE Pn.xcir. j jfloPoicli instinct of the Curculio \\liichteaches it to gives health $lo the fruit. The >enppcrnoiiir) 1a 1 of the pistillate kinds, that they bear Beneath the suninur sun.

i n native of Asia, and xv.is i shun those trees where these is no chance of:;I native xvhiJe grape of North; Carolina, i i. j| much thicker planting: than the staminate; "Vx'hftt is a year ? Tis but a t\pc : !
propagating: ) itsi-lf, or whether it is the. fact of better adapted to JSouthern eultme titan liffin. haii'jiiK wene
Kurope' 1\' the lnmauf'l: any ficqucntly producing enormous crops of fine ; ;
into ;
; introduced ( so many of the worms perishing on the! oilier in kind of soil and 1 YotilhV, happy morn i-oines gaily on
'oul1trb, the cat Iy tettlt'l's.,1' .- paveinent : grape, groxvii.g any ,I i fruit, \\hen the ,'int'ifl' matted tn't.el'-;
,1"1', ,tVi- ( Ins not been determined.Vher. almost I With Iiil-!" and valleys green. )
l yet silualion it hoxx-ever does :
.
either by, Feeds, cutrt. III" j any : not but the season: must prove n xvt-t one to inS Next Sulnrll r' suocettU tIle
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.i:, ", I !,."'I 1''i.-siting I jvnp.igated: : Peaches come into bear-1: ever t the Plum ;orchard i*, i it should! be a ban,:, strike$ fieely from cnttiiiirs, but muft be lay. 'j -lrt' this It is In/tier to keep trVrn xvoiked 'hen ,\IIt'lInli.itlt prime a tear Spring

,: ; from Ihe seed, in txvo ami 1 I trodden vaidiih I hogs geese and oilier poultry j ered or grafted: 1 it i is fully, equal: as a t.tlile, 'I IutiI out, and clean. I have had tIlt I loves Tlien *<'iin-" oM] \\ nt. r -dt-atL, nud all :

,,"';1 tllidialah, : there is no cettainty of; I ranging; through it. The Curculio si-em* j : : l superior as I ; a \ inc grape lo any gr.>pej i. seeding t to pl'lllucefruit ten months in the .Must fiij'l their level here.
t..::.< x.ar-: : hUt a" ( to be the! lIatul'lll'Ul'I11Y of all the I thin skin' I that I with it is -. --,. --
n-ed am acquainted ; superior i for cultivated, this I II
variety i from as th"1 j jmr.t :'year on ni'dc'iing principle, {
-' (' : tbJune: fI11 Its, and is a shy; and timid inject? I :it}1Irs: and trell's! xxoik and From Arthurs Ihint Gazttlc.Vhere .
gralting must I be re V i ilnmd very gn\\ lug rapidly: j;land I in all! the lit of.Straxvberries i xxhich I IIi ; ;
!. neo cutting- the 1:(:t11!), graiL; III dropping to the ground at the least: jr; of the '! holding! : ifs foli.igu; a Inll fillt' Theie ate i j han i ever tried, I hive never found) any to I!|i \ is Helve

t" 1" S'--lJ'sillS' Plum Apricot: one year.U tree. 1 have I tried t many experiments, to get'' hut fexv diseases that the! grape is Mibject t to I: compare with the I Ilovey seeding, xxhen; jun.prg11:1t11I !:, During one of those still evenings in

rnots' 011\\,11; fur tie ,\ppl h ; this method! I I J clear of him, but to 11JlIHI'OH', ;dt! lias: : here.: !! xxil'j/' the large eariy seal let. There i\ very heart of summer, when the twilight :
d l
(.\ :*> dm-i't t\isu 'buil.iing, and altovtin'r 1 j been recommended.: I have found' salt a fine ;, '1"Ill' Aphis or lilt row, i k a troublesome 'i I lure other varieties that are jus-las good. a* .:: ening apace, semis to xvithdraxv the (

cntfiin": ;' "" i is ('!IWT., foas (the graft i is illi''r- inxigorplor: or< the Plu-n tree, lJut10 preventive : ill?ecf. not so much fiom the actual!amat e ::I the eaily scaiK-t! to impregnate xvilh, for the I i i tl out us, and to bring' the heavens near, l

\ ;\' -Ujw tie!, r safiice; of the ground, the !j jw.i.'Ii against the Cuiculio. There are locli-; that they do, as the unsightly i ; appearance: : .' common Straxvberry season" ; 1'l1t:1i the (lr. !I I! (Tier and her little girl i 1 sat together by an V

u-rfi-d In'loxv the grafted "lIteltht.: ; y tiosnrouud us where the Plum liouri-hes, and! i I tl.ey pive the etuis of the xiiic1-. .\ f p. inkling : ly scat"ly, like the I Hovey, is almost a constant i. xxiiido\x", and! }both looked up to the 'k\, ; : ;

? ,tr-.fia oJ eijhl feet the jj j tot seat yields heavy ciops) but invariably:: the soil 5 is. of Scotch snutf: then the clew! is on the ,I bloomer, it keeps i Ihe pi.-tillate* ill c.n-I !lady: was lost in thought; blither child ('('
? M'S to
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wi; ""iiw xull I;;.mi 1 Ii fntit tile second ; the zt'i- I sli.T cla}'. Tho other diseasehich the lejf: \\ ill soon exterminate th(1.PIrcIN.Tr.: 'I bearing., There" i.s a great .'irtert-iico! in ,.I ed the stars to a low, merry tone, :a .
<4Va.) :a'.ii:: :tr Plum is {subject to Iii the Not them Statese 11'otlllt | '* Txvo, six i ten, t\\'II\, ', :t hundred! -.1
I IK dotie, ,jn.t as the buds beyiu; limvi I : berry plants; standing: the droughts of r
tin. sioulil: oifalithe blossom luLl, and are exempt. from here; our only enemy, j is the our hot summers.I j dred }bright stars ? Oh, }hoxv many, 1

; pinch terminal! and one tide bud jibove :! Ctrculio, and hi* name i i. Legion. The Mum 'i This beautiful' fruit xvns fiist introduced! : I have had the I5rifi! .h Quern and :1vntt's I many: and how hriglit: !" until, turning to I ;:

I leavi' the oftlie A rich sandy: tree requires little or no j pinning; as the trl..1gopts 'fiom 1, the h'outh of Ksirope, and (O.mrh.lll's : Pine, two tine x-arieties, perfectly; killed byjdio'ight mother, and! grasping her dress to : : :
roulI
the curfape: gt old shorten in the branches to xvell in all this tection. I Jt t is I i tention, she cxclaimtd xxith! sudden
pioduccj easily propagated lien the and. t'lIergTdlllll'
t'.ie: Peach be-st, and I impnits the!i I ; Ilovey's seedling,
ui!' I
|,iam, the frtit 'i'he new wood. : J by feeds, layers, or by 'utiI1! ;". They I Ilois Phu'iiix, did not even ut. Straxxberry} mother, is Heaven in the :tus' !
liiu-t flavor: In : great t I I in almost. kind of soil but ri'-h \ (;l'ltI.rlic: '/' said the mother. i ,
grow (
IVacli, in this count; '. 5 is ihe nt'lII'\'I'! XICTARIXI:<. any a | roots ill penetrate the ground from eigh-;
to ihe! this! i ih i is :1 worm much re>embJing :i Tlic Nectarine, is oi'lv\ a variety of tin- 1!: sandy loam: suits them beil ; they n-quiro lit- j teen! inches: to two feet, and have been knoxvn j I the stars i i Certainly not." j,i V

xvomi head; xvhich! Ji tll tree near the I Peach, liii n smooth kin.. lls cultute and i I tie or no ptuniug) inertly taking; out the dead 'tll go down a 15 far as live feet. Tbij shows' I U'hero i is it t.ellin J the sky, L j l
upon ''and: : decaxing xvood. Th 1''r1'll.1. the! stars ? Do tell
; wllt.'rit
fat "x? aie : i me is. V
the
t of soil draxv
etitirs-ly round propagation is in ail respects like the l Peach, iisiportanee a porous as they
(ri'qiiently ttitig I'
Tns. tl t l'iNil' but the t fruited is for said xvotdd tell
f\V\ 1 ; xxhen I
proferalile you you me
much! iiourMifiient was
from the!
can-in di-atli to the tree ; (they may j jtsiiv but, like (the Plum] it is biibject, to the attacks : f.ujstlil.Tlll'rt'
t'lllk. the dess-eit. I It is not much the xalue of enough to understand and I
so i i are some: called monthly} Straxvberrirs and I think I can !
he Jl't. ted IJ the 'black gummy subexuding of the Ciitculio, and should be planted illltil1'i l "
> (IUnl i the fiuit derst-ind
its that leads :
as peculiar: beauty, to i now.
around tile I I ot the: tree. | soil, to secure fiuiL some early Slraxxberries ; but the Ilox-ey's
I !
last 1: its cultivation ; being extremely beautiful ill bear the Come here, then," her motir! !
rc'uiedies and reiiiutil i ilI'n .\ j seedling as 1 catty I in Spring as
'f.wre. are nrtny preventives l'mccrf.: j when in lloxver or fwit.0 ornamental (holding out her arms to the little
girl
I jthe fro-t xviil permit if, blooming! xx.irmj !
( ; lime aud the'iMu-s earth are around good pe-j The Apti-ot i is found wild in Asii:and ,A. grounds should be x*. ithout it. i:j d-iy: after .;II1aartnd will continue every in bear- j quietly on rny lap, and I \ i1 tell you ; !
\eII:; : : -(! [ Iwa" 'til'IIld i is of the thin smooth! skin i i :
II 'Ire ; \ one j I thing about it but
I ; rmist be
I FIn. ing until the you &
: I i. (by weather of summer parches very
.,
wit
1 v flI';t' t'Iu.tl' in some good ftuits, betwc-en the, plum and Peach. It isdesirdh 'I live, because it j i.s not for little ,. i :

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tii! ; m-i-y: sjiriiiir,! ; but where the worm ha- I>1 the stone fruits that ripen ; L'il' like t'.ie' .j" fiuit. eul tivitii. I it probably iltlft'll in tin productiveness liavor. safety in transportation [just now, whether Heaven were in the |I

gilt' ::1,\ 'juv, a i;(>ud hold I haxe never found 1 1fr"II:1 i PUn:' it i is haunted by t'::at scourge, of thin I (; lrtl'.11 of I:Men: and is 1ls!! only fruit; that: climate; aiid there its admiral.lu adaptation to our i What! did your father tell yesterday ::
i31'1 trivlierrv you
nT'.IM! MJ cj.-cl'ial' as boiling water, turned kin fruits, the Curciilio! and s .ould be treat j has come doxxn to us miimproxvd! fiom that! ( WI tu compare: i! bout the stars ?'' I'I .

; t: >;i mi ort tv-a-kettle ; In? careful 1 and t ted l accordingly. It m-iy be pi OIh.ItL.d by | Prince and Tather) of t I Iloiticnlluri-ts I i I Adam: xxilh Hon>W r's s. cdling.j He told me that some of them but I. .V

j- .""!:!i. t..0 tuuclixator! sit a time, as i teed, or I by grafting, (;raft under ground., i, Ijim:4'Ir.. \\\, find no account: of an improvement : I j I RI mtRY. I just very few, weiexxorlds something hiie! j!I i : !

':.,.: : .L';ii! tV" iro/: but; a moderate quauiity: sis diiectetl for tilt Apple) on roots of I'Jum, I Iii; its culture I I bat I'igs six UK'USUIM I! ;! This; favorite fi nit is r.lso J a mtix-e f this I!, world, and tlint.thc'l'llt around and I I V P

tin: o.h::I,\ ki's. ';. ;tl! i]:* eggs and worms:, but Poaeh or Apricot, and grafted from 1 fmit !.years ago, were ;probably! ( sambas the eluatrlml, probably originated in the brain I the sun, and day and and summer I II

H"-iit t,. I.rat the live. The xx-orm i iJ" isiy lwniuO'tl'cl>', t\xo yeaisill give fruit from I! Figs of t III.'t:1.\'. The 1 j Fig i B easily I I propagated : ble. There are many: ; A'.irieties cultivated. I xviutt-r. The rest, he night said, were great, : V

!Ir"IUl'; 'I; :u liy I \\ltich deHi.sitsg] s in jIl the gra; t. I'rotu the eaily bloom or! the!: Aprifot by cuttings! layers or dividiu<; ti.! roots V The common gauli-n Haspberry i is easy of;i suns, ever so far off' nobody knew how

; ; ; : ilK-- base, and they batch out : the blooms are extjenuly; liable; to be I I I and \ ill! groxv iii: aliiio.it. any :oi1, 1 h:it t:14fnit ; culture and! propagation.: It requires aiihli i some of them xxere ; and he had no, ( !

\:1;.':i'uu'iuiad' ) commencetheir xx-oik L o'.fi.acii l killed by fronts ; the tree therefore! :!houM! be 1' ; i-s of superior liavor when i groxvu on a iit soil, and in this climate, shade! to the there were worlds going round and

<: ; t tu illl> '*t44.v. Another pct to planted: in the, mott expired fciluations; lo rieh ajndy loam. It i is liable: to be xxinteri iot>t?. It may be propagated. I It t by seeds, j (hose! suns too, and people in the xvorids

Fet: : riui: :! !'<>, i i.i the \v irni in the fruit, from prevent the too early blooming. The! Plum :i Killed i in I this section and i should therefore I be 1 laycis, cuttings or suckers. Kapberry canes j were put thereto learn what is good and

';Hu j.J;\' d\! 1 on t1t'"Ul.r Pctth'. tho Nectarine, and Apricot, mu:t all he [plotted: : planted! in an open expouie.. here it may requite sunvsiippoit: of :t trellis kind, or they i art he supposed they were tempted to pOI'i! ]

fni; j is I i.i.t;: ;:KuJjject ti ttlcks of in- in fctiif soil, or constantly watched, and <*\.\:. get all of the cold! to lelard: its eaily: l.-uilding., nny! be ,l.i ntd three! et II.t.'I i in a chimp, wrong, and were sometimes unhappy, : V

fc'fta:t' t-!: Plum': nud if hogs are allowed to"in ken during I ) the I initing i 'H.u'IIII u Mid I the insects I lit: is rarely killed in the xx inter, imlil! tbe! tap :aiid as they come into bearing, tie the toptogether ; are." 'I V

I iu t.I': IVaeh (t'hnrd. they HK'ctually destroyed, or they! cumber' the ground has ('IIIIIIIII'IIIl"di.ill) i ,uz.r. I It is x\ ell I to prune and they support each oIlier. In! '. Then, do you suppose Heaven is !

1 U';;! .I'.xui.. '. ;i ,llie" 1.Itd. :1S they eat all: the. fzJS : and, like 0,1t':1 fruits, perish bclbits the : I llie IJltola!i 1'01 as to 1 form a tree, as it i is bUcrtbl !hit? inter, cut out all the lCld00,1! and Oh no of course it is not. I did !r ; }

"I''1 u. -imyiug j 1.'IS1..t'lll at AIrtnLnt : come to the lip:. : \ to hear the! cold .1' \\ i.lt'r. A bairesi: 'xvork in some good I K-af mould from the I thick I of that !" I ,V
J : i ., t.i f-ouietu big1iet perfection, Fig so'ntlimes i I b.. made i I woods around the V
; ill ; Q l'I\n may. ... prodiu'iive: bypiumng uio'! There have been I No, my darling child, Heaven i is
I _
t.osi.l: !, |II' I iiiiHj: I 'wjj], a mlleb, nMduity, as j I lte" ; 1'110[:. xx IJl'lIl \\ 1lt1"r": A is vcrseveie / V same i great; improvements it; the Raspberry J Jof any place xxhich we can see xxith I r
our ) t
C'rn, 1:( '0:!nl. The great fault with; : ulh-1 1 The Quince is n native <;f the South of Ku- a I li i: tiee u may) I protected: from, I the hie yearThe Ant werp, and the JVdljtaif e.rl'r c cannot point xvith hands of

eii 1\Ir1: t'ullul'41! ; j ie,, Uit y arc uwl >atI"Juit ( rope, and was introduce! into thi> country cctld by apjl.xiiig l n good' coat of stable. V : are very superior very superior x-.irie* | to the road that leads to that I (

::th. \ ;,Kj e.f t P.aehvs( but th>y mnrt an.flwtli by the early settlers. It is one of the eatieM t I j jtrres manure around the! root, coxing t the gronndaiound V lies j but are extremely delicate, and 1 xil! not.: xvalk along with thes ('t't. If country!, '

: v ,I.j';:,;, tt', )Vafh orchard', and it tnuatJiJ propagated) from, growing freely from t Ihe I tiee u about u I s'x i inches deep. There 'I!! bear our I hot tuns xvithoat I some protection.Imperially .- I i.ito (the depths of the! sky, and search you it ( I S

: ; < 'M.I: ;1 .,.' < ..ttnti, as \i dil us I't-urhi-s. cuttings. It is well adapted to Southern ctil are mIIIJnail.lie:, and, all have, their! advocates. must (the' ground l ie jtvlc1ndti- I noith to south, and fiom east to west, I

A I'-n-lj (!,'h'd: ;r1lh"o twenty left eachw lure, and will grow I ii; almost any soil ; for'.' The! J Fig should I receive more e.\ten-{ round the rtmts, and a moijt location( seee. I! xxonld not find! Heax'en there nor meet-an

Iy, w"::' re juire: every (f K.\iL l in the .in- this t reason; it is too often neglected, and suffered i\'c culture. 'I I. ted for them. Win-re these: provi>i iHls! are i i'attended gel on your tty" I

\c'uitlg! BjiaiM's tor tiii> rOlth l<. ]H
trunk, 'i.lltagI, i'vj"'rs frndfina ; :1t'I'\ i \ 'knotted stunted fruit is the COl.5CCjU'IIThere ('{.- |, This f.ix-orite fruit is a native of most of1 I qui..ite| liavor, will !be therexvaid ; ii; other j Heaven, if it i is not anywhere !i" V
c..,i !h.; i J:',iu .I'va.-h or clur.l t., is wi i io /.> tIe bears higher manuring: and I j respects, propagation and culture, like the I Sure ? 1
JIII I the Slates of the I Union, and has lieen : xes, as sure as thnt: I love you : 1
tUc & I;.!;(!, 'NI the ,produrtiivtu'ss of tA! r.on.- tt.atl'a.\'s: ) better (tor it. It is a mutakt II' |;' common Raspberry. ItJat'IHI love
it" of II1Do love V
I !brought t to hire-citt: high stale perfection you me I :
tl" 'L'iii'. nUY ()fjclf4d h, by. notion that the Quince lequlrcs a low, damp '* knoxv .
I JJ/t' u by hxbiidUiiig and i i L careful i-idture. The finest j j Why, mother, you I do !
whi hi\> iii'-l Hitiie .t thi'irgoo.l 1 from the fact they! will there, i !
ltee tutjm; Miionjj loi-ali'y ; : gioxv .Straxxbeiiicsgroxvn t I I iu tie! universe: i are of||I I Sec a Light-I'm Almost Home. Are I you sure i( Can you sc(Jour i
it fll3t4t results' 'but in- has led to believe t that it \\'as its uatu. :i i "
\ ; many I X .
: V : American origin. The people l of the Soul II The lowing is related of a young giilxvhoso I (' 1:
I tl'lt" tl tli"M.p tl t't moru ci.l- nil habit. Hut the finest Quinces I have, ever '' havo: I l.i bored under great mistake, in gtppoking : ;; journey of 1 life xvas near at its end : Can "vou lay hold of it with Jour ? S
"t"u Utl!. nud bI\'l: >! inert:1.d f-een in any CUIHltl'Y.n'rc, grown on high, : No" '
her chamber
I pro- Straxx I berry culture noladapteii' to tise.Sotit'i. About t glided gently the loved I I !
t'etut 4i tIc fc i.s li when! t(4: i i' dry lands; i in Chambers county, A lalI:1uIa.'IIi : .- :' : i :I oot.t'IllOlIt: 1 fear: su.-ce-sfid. I ]i i' forms of her patents! and; only sNtcr. She! si-1 i What shape is it, round or square ?"

\ I te t""l'lion'! biflhrby ( ;, [ tree is inclined to sucker; thje., > should i ibe contradiction: that there is no country under /, 'lently: : noted tlwir.1I1''nl'lJts x\ith I a mild ex- i! So, I am sure I cannot. It is all in I
t llu-iii, hv tinidi I bft- !; kept down, and a i tree encouraged i instead i ( : I IIIl'l't'II of and all ) ,
outride I
tUl
lit me
1r \Qu1J : : better adapted( to the cultivation of,;, I'rt.olillf dying eye, turning it from side !, ; my soul. I
rl' '" ll'I' 4u.II'.tc'tl! without the .!: of a btiJi, which will improve the cJulitIf. this fine fruit than the Southern j part of these !i lo side. Arrested, by her peculiar look ; sol I II Then you see there can be a real
[ I lsa *'eU tablWu-d fact that the fruit. Wheio the ground i is shaded a-1 I I VI
1J Slraxvberiies I be i,! of airclion ami I which cannot look at with
I United; I -tltl': t may: piopa- expressive patient suffering, V you your )( i
bTI r.mp 81 1 1 h'd y i injuiioast.i t i: round the rootsiih: straw( the fruit is much : : nieh xvilh
look nor these
trls I :ttL.tll"t'I. ,, or by runllt.'rl''I.', xxhenn that: they paused to upon J.er, whom they! eyes little hands,
CiiVlLe; j.f l ww time'for ;prutiing U this larger and finer. ll is observed that Southen xv varieties aie anted, and I by tumier.xxhere : only no\\ saw but dimly through their tears ; V xvhich docs not occupy[) any earthly 1/ V

I Ir, a II JuJ, wound Ult'11. bt'aN! luick i Juimres. : ; are not a I aci-l as tho e raised i iN'oith an ebtabliahed variety i i is to be !I.'rI'dI I, and so soon should see no more. but which! is still a real, true, living / } .
I
"'Il,' j lS rtadivs uivoulv. mado fU ww j 1 I Ij which is probably o\\ing to the cli- uzited.I I. I I'I A feeble el'bitto spenk" a quivering, voiceless Jiut such a real, true thing is Heaven ; i 5VV

t imlu. .V'v! to 1ituit&'n HI llie! brancbs, to 1 utate. As n ptxviervint; fruit, tho Quince I have no doubt but! the principal reason I movement of the lips, drew closely :tIIHIIRIhitt it is a different kind! of a thing, different Si
t. ( V
,"iI:!!, five. 'll11' >l to maU! ,* new Wood, \diicb ranks among the lirst in the country. j I wilY so many have. failed' in the culture of V the loving hearts of the sorroxxiirg circle.1 of world from lliis earth, and, like your i I ( VI

rfauy of fruit, for. Jey( | or. A'cullv (: I Mother (lllil'rI} f all closer docs not till natural You
E.rll'uS ) S' HUC. j the Straxxbeiiy here, i b, too high manuring.Moat lli J'eut"h ta.IS to contend I I'rub for JSlraxx culture l. Md A play fid smile lit her love is inside of soul! there then :
Jll>rl', 4. iLe :11'1111 This is one of the oldest fl'llifoill existence, I Ihaving I of lh( directions berry I ? upon countenance. : your ; ; : ,
t1i pritig; fro$:. Tt.o fiom the Not tl" the She I.itllll'r mist-less hand xxilhiu- not on the earth, or the stars
,H \\lut..r\ been extensively culliwitod! by, the xxhich we get ", urge i [ among \ I I
niJ d4y, bwvll the lull .is the lii' Et geofSpjg 111- i' fathers for \\'iae. I It t i is found in almos.t ;1 1culil.t impoilance of high uiiaiiut itz. I slatted the ;i her mother's palm, then closed her eyelids to lie :ill nutdde pf it, you nllht look for the i !

dl/t' itf.urgts. forth in its (eu '! .Straxvberry culture with Jlox'ey's eeeiiling, ;. the light of earth, and sank nWI\ The cold that leads to heaven. If \on pray to (: I II
S here.
mll is
I''tltt! _I Li'fttlh"' .byt tll> l)0' Wapkeuwl: and | every clime, and indigenous for .Southern ; nuiiiuied high, and for. four years never had :| damp! air of death's FoltHlowJII"J(! seemed ;' and try t to do xxhat you know is plt.:1 i I .
l-y I ,, Our native i
are superior
a i
Urtp. f.0st ror tliis I j grapes
: ea. friend infjimed .i her. 1 dow, His sight, lIe will show it to and
"t. I culture :111.of the varieties that'i : a berry. At I length; a me, circling over Sloxxly sinking she V you, I V
wwirt lo foreign : '
\let lUIJi ); .Mjij never !planted on low, i iVateT".Ub (tlllttell surveying the I Indian l.iiid.s in i glided towards thnt rix-er's shote, xxhich like you safely I along 1 it."
or iU the 01) i, kl'l.t been introduced. I It i is easy of (Prol- : _
> I
or Breams j jlil i
vieillilJ .
that ritling stream divides the .
I IJiissell cornty, for the \'Nnll1rnt, i i a narioxv sprit land; from
i
'tlll'\' i i ltillll ijroxxii fn.lfJ1lI cuttings and'i !
I :1 : :
be-1 "
T'i'i' :'ft' much more liable to "Can She
; a \lute horse, his legs w crt frequently (ur But seethe quix'eiing, lips essay to Spin. ,
rich soil in I
Iy layers. In a deep Abounding V
laid i f"'itthaa when planted ()n high 1 i: i by the juice of the &lraxx berries, half xvayuj 1| speak I .Mother!' 0: hoxveach heart throbI This; question was asked by King J |i ;
lived, from
U but
Imls.: lime, t 'c a long plant, i
?I"! As to vll'elies, tlIl'U'llIt'lietlia I 1 grape be.coming j I ) to the knee. I concluded that if they I I lH'd10W! and ihen each! p'lKe! stood still.They .- I 1st, xvhen young gui was pt'? : ? I'acljps II.I some cause, not yet explained, they are j
raised on many of our pIa that I would and imitate list Mother the hrt'ltltl',11 I and the I
t4l1'JIJ 1In!! wi:1 ,.. a short-lived! ( plant Middle: ( grew thus! wild, try .I. ; dying gill ( persons, xvl.o introduced her, La
uf t'll, : C0Il11'\re 1tV(1IIJIS', \ itl! aiiy t'or'l nature. i 5n (the hut place: tho Straxvberrygrftxver fotth-' I I-see----a-linht-I'm almost home!' of her proficiency) in tho ancient 1lIJgun
),
ralii ilia und Alabama: ; oighl to ten I I
of years
'VjI1l t. rrU1Ct', and wlaoe\-l' ilia\ but I mutt t ntidersland: the diflerence betxveen Blessed thought Light i.s soxvn fr the rightUous 1 can assure your Majesty, said ho ; V ,
I't"ot I heir li'e! ; they are so t'uil1,1"0.
flf n Iach ot"ehlrJ, iict&L lIot gout average that the staminateand pistillate, or in otherxvnrdj oven amid the gloom and darkness of: sho can both spet'k and writ Latin( ( I
(; fruit it
and &o quickly ,
p.-ig.ttcd produce? )
eorziL ;
: for \lI'it'ties. 1'4acl1 reed ,; 1 II the male and female plants: There the and Hebrexv." These
blinuld' L !I annual loFt : jrrax-e. are rare :
punted is almost like serving an crop. 1 j _
irntlll.liatl'l..aftt'r. eating I three of : the entirely stam- for damsel said James but tell
ta! //rull 1 and are grades plants a me
fl'ed.fl'om cuttings
h nftllp ttrikc :
j i.
lrellle'ub'' observed that: self- grapes i Pounds in Bushel. *
female a she T
male the
'l
lhll14'11' t | mate or t'1I1irdristiil.to or spin
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Peaches bear tlw second and the third ate V
tre@, lI.lJd thc make the most vigorous 1 in their freely Icrklction.year Among the} iI j and the heimnph: ) u indite, blending the -laminate how many pounds in a Bushel? Many of tho young ladies of the 1
reauu is, they h:1l1 a better greatest ; The varieties Of xx heat, sixty pounds. boast of their
1:8.lt.: which strike frequently from cut. I and pistillate l together. pistillate day can skill in the fine arts
i
grapes tings, the Cataxvba: and) \Varreiiton are found are most pioductive' when propel I ly im- I of.shielkti corn, fifty-six pounds. polite accompli.-hmcnls, in music, pa 4 >l

PLtrs. to suit helter than most piegnated( as every bloom will make a fruit. Of corn on (the cob, seventy pounds! and' dancing, but can they spin ; or .
our own locality
fm r-rPar: many varieties, of native Planwn' : j others, being fine table and excellent The entirely staminate produce no fruit at all, Of rye, fifty-six pounds.Of perhaps more appropriate to the times ': "

f | |' country but the finer varieties I for' Win; (. (Jr cuttings grapes be put out and as they produce a great (juanlity of runners oats thiity-six pounds! the modern improvements in labor : [

South c [lv"t(1d Mums were introduced from the \cither! in tho, Fall pe Spring may let there bo I (they are very apt; to run out all the Of bailey, forty pounds. V V machinery, it may be asked, can they ( 4
\ or ;
ofl vines. The Of potatoes, sixty pounds. c' the domestic duties of : ;
''Jroj>' The Plum, like the Poach, i from three make fruit bearing hermaphrodites arc a wife ? Do they V
ana.1J'i to five buds on U o cutting ; bran V ;
|| P ('pagnted from seeds or by grafts I lt smooth, clean cut place the cutting nearly good bearer?, and ausxxcr for impregnators Of txventy pounds. V derstand.the management loucehold: a '

'OXdslierc Ilew varieties arc wanted, and horizontal i in the ground; leaving out t two to tho piblill.ites too. In selecting a bed f rtris'herliCS Of clover seed, sjxty pounds. Are they capable superintending, in a ,

Rrafli'Ia..rc un old eUablUhed: Kind is to be buds xvhen vxvoll : select a piece! of light, porous, Of timothy seed I, forty-five pounds. cious manner, the concerns of family?
Pt the bud be.ins to pinch
? Jla j?U-d. Graft ldothe ground, as di- nO' the weakest bud. The delights inn I rich ground. Ploxv or spade it well, and any Of hemp seed, forty-four pounds.Of A young lady may be learned in the
Grape
?ettVlI 1 for the API'1p. ill !I'OClts of the Mum' calcateous toil, and where it is not found, lime from October to February, plant out the buck wheat, fifty-two pounds.OI cient and modern languages, nny have I

vtI.h( i r' Slu'*' <)f ("e y ':ar'n growth ; and i il! bed ; let throws be two leet npart, and blue grass seed.Vourteen pounds. extraordinary: proficiency in ex cry : !'

riaftM raltt.'lJ frolJ1 a health>' '1'1' "itlwailng tree, -he) I !idant six rows of the pistillate, one foot apait$ Of castor beauifouty.six pounds. literature ; this is all very well, and very !

produce fruit the third year. The I t'tn tOW fu1iff.c l flint it take but n few days: in the row, and now one row of staminate, Of dried peaches, thirty-three pounds.Of able, and, to a certain class of the ( 'f
lQnt
j Is tree will grow in almost any uil, and 1 f T llic vlirxNtli: to come out II Curculio. nnd) tlmt I or hermaphrodite. sixth row, being the ) dried apples, txx-enty-four pounds.Of ty, who fire not obliged t B was St. Paul, ( i V

prod/t.et.\' l"xulaiit in a liglt! wiidy Mil : but to tlit-V wine i-ut of the turlli rnin-tantly, and )keep tlj|' impregnators. Apply no animal manure, hut onions, fifty-seven pounds. labor with their own hands," is all! that is V

.- fruit it mutt ha e a tiJ1' ht ;1\'', ('14 .' j I tl1aJ.tlifir), cl. rrudatient Jifc long ui the fnut cun Lo I.utl. ,keop the lJ'd11! covered with partially de'j Of salt, fifty pounds. t. folntely! rcqi'hile, but to a much larger .. : t


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Public I Meeting: at Tampa.: Democratic Convention. The Compromise Resolutions. Getting the Cold Shoulder. later from Europe. = : %, -L

t _. V 1'MVA, }4..%.. I)..... 1 ir.th.], lfi.ril. With pleasure we have published, ] in our tt c [loribinn journalTALLAHASSEE t I WASHINGTON, Doc. 23, P. M. neighbor i in the folio wii. paragraphs, NE'W lURK Jan. 5th, A. M.-The \! TD

'. .t,4,) .111' i>.tlc... the} iihi'MTrtiil; .: 4..fTtltI'4 : :' last t the remaiks of the "Floridian & J or.') of -r- --_.- I: "In the Senate tol l\y, the Corapromlie Ituwluiinnjln'nittol gives the cold shoulder to the Unior movement ship! Atlantic ha arrived, bringing daUm'tlT"
I. t"Urf 1 11.,1.! ail ; .''.Itwk. I'. M.wa 1. JIrF,wte" further diMnwscil l 10 lad
Pli .1 t :: by was yMCSJT noticed 21th Deccml
t the 'J'Jth:} State Convention which >er.
uh, relative t to holding a : : I I of the Eastern Whigs, we Ure.
i llon'
::4 1 I\I 't 4 _* coiled t JI..n.1 I t' I Clemens Caw and DouglM-tbc two first in
.' '' ; L: '. \0(1'1 GI.JIs.E'AnTEiw4RpoiutedCLair. Of' the calling of Distrh-t: Conventions y r '. I favor and the ]latter against: its aJm p iit>h. Mr. Downs t at some length in our last : Liverpool Cotton Marltt._There is 1 i

I ..:,' Iiin.: tld .1 DAHIJMS. $e'tn. fonthe purpose ot.appointindetegates ,SATUEDAY, JANUARY 10,-, 1852. i laving obtained the floor vieldecT it to A motion to I' cniiunz; .tfitivn Meeting.--We olwnro that creased demand for Cotton with! an in. 1t UI.:
\ ;Mir t A: I.1)-! -' t.-'juixt ->f the Chairman J. D.irlrnjf statSltli to t the Baltimore Convenlion. Most cordially postpone the farther consideration of the resolution the ritiziTO ..f Oeala l held, a public mctthitc on the Sd and an improvl'It I t $
e r i lIl'! object ..f the nit'etin;; \n to take the t.iieof and nsreservedly do we coincide with him 0:7" The U. S. District Court for the Nor- : till the first Jloinlay in January', which being ngn'cil l lto I ult and organized a Constitutional Unit'n party plrtlg- tone feeling in the market Safes! If ::
J ,.q ,j ., tho! p,">pe! uj*>n th(- removal of the Iudiaa: The time | the Senate pa tl into Executive Session, and; adjourned tlivmstfltra in National} UnionCt'nvcnti'.n Monday 7000 bales?, of which ,
in his views this and felicitate Sing tIt be represented a !
on subject, wo : Bronson "
; exporters
of Florida
I II had iiTi'ived that. docisir be Liken. i them District Judge presiding J till Friday next. nominees Iook ,
\J' mea.U.t.th.u\ ourselves the iellection, that the "Five if held. fUll! to support the against : ;2300, sales on Tuesday 7000>( cratri.
: dtfisi'm} .f f.r the upon bales.)
; The people u guide fact "
; tit wout commenced its session in this city on Tho that Senator Douglas the young plant all others. They aLto Miggwted a Union StateConvuitioM The de. ,
::.! P vcniracnt<>r Ute !SLtA. J.k)1 C >ui.1y had Ufcciitin measures adjustment" having restored tranquility of the We"t," n* he w termed' i j. the most prominent to lie held in TalLiliaee, on the 2Sd! I of I cline quoted in Friday's circular has been
h 4 iuitiative. i ti-rnn easy t > IK'! under.-., It rcliuiifivd between the North and South, there Monday last 1 candidate! for a Dcmiirratic evidential nomination next "",a.th. Hut for> the limited space we con command ly recovered. ful. to.:
tn wlii-lher the 11'.tin; we<>iid and] the favorite connection with Hunterfor 3 : (
hi
i IM w"ul remains 110 longer :any impediment to perfect jwrtirular ((111 wo _!'Ilultll.ulfuh the proceeiling entire.
.. ; t pr"I"II 3l likely 1 tu l iN e t*. 1n-in-fici.il t\ ]1.11 tC harmony, and conceit! in the Democratic) ranks' O7'Tho Supreme Court of the State of I Vice IVeMdent, ) of the Southern anti-coinpromke In judgment, the liest iuter" U of the countrydfiiuuid The English Minuter at Vienna I IC has i
: : t Fi .n jiolitieal :
a
h'ed
; Florida convened at the note from the
the I ui'Hi.lLhou h Capitol on Tuesday ( a ..
of
: larj;'\ Mr. Darling a!* *stated that: aii"tht-r object throughout we were fcrcucu to these r(Olutifll It U to bo connected purged of Southern seeessionism anti dironionwn nnd Representatives of

:.. ; f the 'wetinrr
I \4lk of internal lu>j niv<'tMfiit! Uiat! Il to l bt JUm'ful I yet as they have been adopted), and are now the Compromise, and both together probably give mind of th" eiiuntry enn act 'V.itJi couetritration and federation, complaining of the ,
: i t.thl*Peeti-ui. III the} .Sfcite.ln t : the j/rfTi plan of operation for the next campaign. tie the ; the South dangerous t.. 0) f
lie law of the land: we will stand by them so Grand of Florida meetsat 'twr"ry.jt.r prerrrrntion nf ri'jhtt of sup.
S J < ijif-ti'-a; ff Ir. S. K 1'.h1. i\vio ('rt1'rl. that a jzrTho Lodge TIm Conipromistf is to be i"Doreti-in the South, ]IMJcau antI the safety of tho et.nfedcrayVe do not t doubt I port given to) political fugitives at London a I' (! r
bu-thren
acted
i'iui itt"t' l j tinted at the] : .' to &" n1l< luti.. aq w.iv# of f tlie wpc! <>f the of tho North ia; perfect good faith.: Democratic) purtif i& the party( offrt'Jont, .fprogre8R the eoursc of time-it will I II forced. upon the country threatning will adopt retaliatory $.ttitwUL .
I j imtiij;& the fubjiM-t t.f the I.f the] ; Democratic i is unit and next. The! Grand Master, Judge Tho. Doug. universal and all measures which, will render 'wrctT
; UJN' r'JI.a ldim. The party now a -of emancipation live to coinprom ; 'but it is quite doubtful! ) whether any action in our it difficult .rr.
( i i wil' t the Chairman n.inied 1 H;'. J. : ,, several ;ises. tfcntiuel. ." for e1t''U' 1t'l
4 T"I.t }.u'l. their success in the next canvass is a 'fixed las, has been in town days.We young and feeble State can hasten -Smtintl. Englishmen to travel in the Austrian It .J' .

,. .' .1.'' fh-l uh cmuuiUlt Eh'l". W. (I. Ferris, aud luhu" : ird fact.' The slavery question, (a hideous otlsjiring All this, we suppose, is to }be understood If the Sentinel is so anxious for a reorganization assertin; that large sums of Statand :4;11I t J

t <.motiou c.f1'. 1' Kennedy oruVred that :wmmit- : of f.auatid'III\\'as! )) attempted to be engrafted 0:7- arc requested to call the attentionof I in a Pickwickian sense"-because it is not : of parties, why don't it cut loose warded money for., ..t'Iit
to
t Ice t IX l Chairman ta draft. as an ulcerous excrescence the the of sale of the slavesof Hungary by London Democrats .\ 8.1f 'ec
t .fhn' upon the to term
I'Prit'lln.'lhe public : true in any other. There is no such body asa from the Northern Whigs at once ? As a ,f ,.
: ( r"4 ] of the JI'til have fallen into the hands of the '
:3
.1t.UI tll't old! party principles, lint it has: been excised, Iflth instant Tallahassee. Aastianlovernment. r-: ,,
the at "
up 'u c'x1"! I.f Internal | \tt. and thei'Uairman and principles preserved tIllI(1i1 uted.- Ilixon's estate on Southern anti-compromiso party. The i. party, it it is admitted that they arc, as Mr. ((; ..rc..J ail.
our
(: tianicd! S. 1 P. 1 IfmeJy, James (Jetli?, awl J. These slaves have heretofore been South has universally acquiesced in the Com Seven-tenths of tl..ttJI
I: lt.,iiin n a* such ommitl' Let us therefore rally upon the old party: Toombs, says Sewardized. The vote in France gave Loris X.\rotio ;;'. GOVZt::
1 (>a motion of. J. J).irliz,; 'ird.-rod that the convuittceti principles) and name, and light under our old advertised for sal on that day for cad/:, but I I promise. We say mh'rrsally-there is no the treason and fanaticism" in the Northis millions : : ttJ hvL.
| over two the
p ] ,' *the .ulij"I"of laUtnul }Imiirovenicbt Like iut.C 'lIi patty: banner. the terms of pale have )been changed so as to exception. Even South Carolina acquiesces ba found in their ranks. The only Northern majority to latest !att'! 41 'II .ec'
.1.--I .i i l.tMtlOil the |ir..jiii,'ty of 1.I.lil deU-jjal: tOe to The Bishops and Clergy voted openly (for ... '.. :: V
..ultl'IG1.
The of the administration Lim.
:
f'lrc."i bloody proscription the remainder
present half in cash and submits. We heard .
', Carolinian rernaik '
'
one .
.'tit this potlimifif Kliirido, in Ihe" J iru..1 (<>!\\ nl.i require a State that has yet nullified the fugitiveslave The of '. '
o: : joctt at New (rl'mll on the t'th January la-:t towards its own citizens, its disgraceful with interest, payable at the expiration of one a day or two ago that sue is now the best law is Vermont where the Whigs have{ Empervr Morocco was marc Ling aa J
ml draft rer.1utit'u' fi-r the nei,1,.T tliis nie Unj submuiion: to foreign in>ults together army 40,000 to meet the French. .. III
the of the committee, Mr. Uanicl) P. secured by a mortgage on the property, submission State in the Union. There is and the .ill "
IVutling; rejn.i1 with its nepotism :and Giiliim: !| >m will iiictitably year I everything their own way- only party NEW-YORK, Jan. 2-Cotton is ," 0'

t JI"Hanl was eal.o tH> the t-t-AO-l.. 5Ir.and
the imUl.it xras il1uto.1.1'1''r..J Iem.nl: ff In I.lI.I":!:mutter of Upon the untonified democracy of the Noith by the Commissioner, II l". L. Rux- than from her. I have recently been among for a repeal or modification of that lawis shown. Carolina Rice news jet i :..rt1T" It
3J a 31.I !
i&
|*Hniry iuijxtrtanee t ti the wdfen': IKH! pr fKnt; and future alone! can the South rely for its secure enjovmeut (:,:t.t, Esq. her people, and know what I say" As to the Should that good ,
pr-fjmity i if this jtort'uni ia ilulr. of its constitutional: I rights. The _ Whig party. I It is reported that Austria is preparing for r-\ < ?1 r
4
a MIL.! indirectly t<. the whole Hlati' that! the 131 the Northern Democratic party, which, the time" ever wheu parties shall r.\ t ': ,
'\ ; '. whig party of (the North presents an unbroken Temperance Lectures. come, re-organ- a }breach with England. An Aid de tat1' '

loain.-d. ?iutheSliile tuid nul>* qnent iU"I.lltiufftllt.tf'aty, : ullmuwl of PaneVLiintiln to. andnsjiused front again the South. They spurn the sacred We had the pleasure of hClriugIr.. S. 31.I Xcntincl is pleaded) to say, i is the party of i/e, the Sentinel will expect the conservative the Czar had arrived in Paris to offer Campof congratulations >: L

un' btle <'.n" "n\'u1"n. lhi< $tnh'. That : |iriunples, ; and provisions of our Federal) I Hewlett, of (Georgia; deliver two lectures on freedom, of progress-of universal emancipation mind" to act for the preservation of the to Louis Napoleon. ir.; t.) '

1h.i.y lud. U, IXHH! | r'mt..tlie) w *t "f (Constitution, and hypocritically' nnd) blasphemously and a foe to all compromises can .' .''iII1'jll' )
+ rtlx.t.l\ in the and in rights of the South. Well, our neighbor in' N
last ,
morning
one .
t: Tlmsday -one ;
th 1 t]. I but I Ihe I "
1(.1..SlpPI. wa ily .fm1'n' advocate "a higher law. They have -
Jal UJ
duty urtli.State t" l,.ld t1wI U their a nnnuirt ;he out-gcneralled! the whigs of the South, 'arid the evening.:, The audience on both occa- very well afford to ]let their acts speak for need not wait n little longer" for this.- Arrival of Ihe America. :00;, a bJII

said-um; i\v )11U".now not L.-d removed by the bv(;ieneral the ;n-ealled
aii'lndviM-d 8tat", *('Iiun i in 1 the nwlf.Tnt the earliot.tII ." I In not one instance have the Northern handled the !subject in a style we never secured, or which proposed to secure, acting on this very principle-they come has arrived with Liverpool dates t to ,';r.. i t>k'
.,.
>Mi4bSe tetiod dud that if the Stale did not take faithful tho "( to tho South her made law dfl"p'
; to lights
{ I whig.s proved ()mIIpronl.Ist. was a by to the mark. face the
.1uj: fir their removal, but waited f.rth,> heard! surpassed and we hope and! trust square up They mu- the 120th December. 'P" ID'
I F"III'rl i l', but have cither condemned) it, or pro- their votes. Northern .t
c.\'l1Nt" t I .s! !It), the Indian' wonld 1 IKfniad\ ed modification with view to his fervent appeals will not prove as the early Thirty-one Democrats sic like gallant soldiers. They sustain the The sales of Cotton for the week en.fin" ii-. '*iaOtt
benee., I bdtCT pO" repeal or a 28 in the House and o r! u-"laUt
? they are 3 in the Senate
I far,11'r war( than UI0.twen'y years Rr..nul: be .. (1"'J"I1,1 further aggressions npon the South. But the ) dew or as the morning cloud. We are -voted Compromise-that measure which tho Sen- the 1 19th were 23,000 bales, of which jpeca .11.".1 fh.:: (1
t1- .
t aw <'Ktnt MA! ioti of the L.<.. lituro, fir the piwp.ie of Northern Democrthan': been as firm as the gratified t to learn that tho Grand Division of for tho Fugitive Slave Bill-five more linel has ever regarded, as eminently* Con- lators took ((5000 and Exporters 2000. Prices ,II. ,,Mr'I,. '

in-thutiag d .eici\e ii.-i: : ur' Mr. Ilollou.l ; ;rock of the Ocean in their support of it, and( than it received from the Whig party, North nt
".IIIP" stitutional and) in its
his the Sons of Temperance, which has been in just principles. They had declined! j II : Fair Orleans, 5J : Middling "i t till>
at of eeh. in \hieJi' it i is
.S ,jilnule' .wr11..it1 j :]" instance .I all fur timer and 'ollt" 'it '
in : repudiated( : agitation i- And since its 1I1C a. Ii 'I
.. Jm.$*iMf(or ttl r"I..r'r.| iu "II"'lh'IW< (of HI"'|11.) -si- every for modification. If th session during the present week, are endeavoring passage, or. are the only party that sustains it-and whoever -13 J a1 ts ; Middling Upland:[, .11$ a -JJ.; Trade tjU .n.
l hisiie..i, .. the' d. ( repeal or ( them Democrat with : '
to himjnMie* *' At :, Douglas the .
f ., ,.f.t'r. ilL'udV n.-mail the ,iniiiitlee on ludnn' r.iHMvd whiirs. : of the South! ask for (the "oclIlu'l'rolif'of : to secure the valuable services of Mr. II. young refuses to join them now, will refuse to in the Manufacturing Districts was uncEan"ed. -. );- t, -r.-. l..f>V I

1 ivpirte:! the following Preamble aiij Iteolu the integrity of Northern Democracy: we to make a tour of the State in the capacity of I giant of tho West, Buchanan, Dickinson, i join them when a general hurstification of The Money Market was elastic Franceis ., \!.,. ",-U1 "" "' (i iIt

1 m vhuinnaji. Dr. S. II. 1"11."u:1t'u : have here given it to them., -Pcnwohi Jh'inocrat. and others, have sustained it before the Northern shall lake place unless holdin ,
the nf llie within Oielim- Lecturer. We trust tile)' will succeed. Mr.Hewlett's [ parties they can tranquil. ( T. '*

it.\.. .' Ktjilt. i prejudicial pn"ence: : I.o it "'I.tfI1c an.! |>ro>- -- --- ------ I manner: presenting this great subject I people) in opposition to the Whigs, who their hands the pole that will knock down The Madrid Gazett contains an official \t 1 11:1'.: I" '1 "Iii
.vily* Hii-J rite of(the fii <-r are not nItil4' have waged war against it in non-slave- I..
j i,1l1italte ewry ;
IhaDflUtnitttit
: Maternal Influence. Mark[ that. I
I the
of n 'r have future, in j is :at once [leasing( and imprest-ive, and most persimmons. document from the Minister of Forein M. I
weurity. I'I\ any c.ti. holding State. J view of such 'facts these ------ ..0.
of tin- known ;. A I'ilOIt.\III J.IT\-. him wherever he as -- fairs in the of Mr. t.-
for Webster
HMHjiietie perfidv .11. "Iuwll" we bespeak goes, large about reply to note in
I' (Q An important change is to }be '
retrained within, l the ill-concealed) ill-humor of Southern t' rt 4a1iimi'fo.IUflIT
arv U4 t !ura "It.l U'J" t.1" Egypt, in the! time of Moses[ was a most Whig which ho satisfaction the
audii-iices, the warm greetings of the friends expresses at tone
I.It..ll 'IK-it in the mode of
in
4'\ : ; ll1ldo. assessing taxes
tl'rt'lr( powerful and )i1.zhalyivihizeti! count ry Tin"ovoimiKMit editors is pardonable, to a certain extent.-
1. Kf RfPr.I. e"rHially{ of the favorable consideration of I\L of the note and liberates the Americaa
"Ilit tJi:niiH'Hnjj approves.I! Temperance, ; bill the House do. 1 ..II6 OOh
E
of Georgia-a having passed
tlie] tIll tnei-lin'r. beld. at Mumnua.: il 'l'tlS purely despotic)( ; The Northern wing of their partis so thoroughly .
:- n'.luti.ua.f" ('UII' the !1 lt of X"I'lhr.. l-4,-t. as j nbIWi'tt jl, the wealth: the wisdom, the people) of tin our brethren of the press, and the most abundant rotten, that we must indulge them in ing away with the humbug specific system prisoners taken in the late Lopez expedition. ::..,jad.n II

in Hie"Floridian: ct Journal} oftlie r.Ui in-titil and country being at I lie di&1osnl, of the monarchMosos : success. and substituting the ad valorem-tho only) La Borde, the Spanisb'Consul, is about leaving 'tiiuantI
jld'ipl) ae lieot cxJIrei.'n <"t' it. Utiuiuul their hatred of those whose acts harmonizewith I .I't aauw-
.IIi ] Pharaoh's
t1.tl / 1 the of
(
tdol.tltlsfJU daughter
: for New Orleans via Havana.
,
UJII lt. Kiibji' i-t ri-fem"'l to that it ("1.uM J ,lak,. Election. the of the equitable mode by which to raise revenue, real'! thrf'I.U
j and City spirit Constitution. Their
at court
t 2.! /:' o'c' ,.f. Hint: !" itihaljitant; ,of the frontier nnd wa j brought up ; as JosephiH either State National. The ) The Franfort Diet, at the mstignatiou of ', Thtn
imt.jit'-: inter. tH Ia: all that :appi-rt.i, testifies. was the heir presumptive to the The election for City officers on Monday[ mission, at present, seems to be to pull down, or Legislature '

tt t..o.Itiiiiutx, :1ll'I'"t lik,-ly to I be the |rbeipil; .uffewnsw : throne.At 1 hit resulted( in the choice of I). S. Walker, .1 not to build up. They had rather sink the of the same State has passed a" Woman'sBill Austria, has resolved to addiess a diplomatic c trreuf' WhItsww4iaen. .

i the ri4it 4.a war we: dontoct] e miet-tly unre this time, the pooplo. of Moses, from ," the provisions of which are similar! to note to the English government, requestingthe
11.11 tlje (4v'i1uIlont ef otir Strife: to talce prompt. ; an 1 !E"fl": [ as IntcndlIIt: and J. Anderson, F. H- ;: Northern Democratic friends of the South to iL, .meet- '
whom h! was taken while yet an unconcious surrender of the political refugees residing
those of the law statute book. This
3nttial: inea'iirtfir tbl.i.removal fr"l thy Sute.I. ; Flagg, R. ,\. Shine, S. W. Myers, J. A. Ed. a le'el.itla the Northern Whigs than to en- on our a I dtioi* a
and with whom in their
,', infant eren
/:Vw vvf, Thtt: the Iwlian.II"f}lie r.in''vt1] ; :md has been bone of contention in in England.:
"t tlif l estate he coulI now, with his Egyptian: mmison, and C. E. Dyke) as Councilmen.-.1 j, courage them in their great and glorious work subject a WASHING-FOX 1:111.5, G P. 31.-Kossuth! ti-r ADAMu
".m irnly iiiereasi-'i, by the time. mid' have but the of which Georgia for some three sessions past. Its t- : tiptett> ni ''jti
tX |I..tl"iu? education \\n: expected to : mot t There were four ties, in consequence j i of saving tho Constitution and the Union.-

lLer4i.4re tlieiwten-st bv their "ftlh' once.\ JiriU wi Utiext imperfect, pympalhi, s, were the veriest slaves two vacancies still exist in the Council Board. If this be not so, why is it that they are so friends, however, kept trying until at last success was formerly received by the U. S. Senate & pure pill
t'O r'm\'a.t The House has also adopted tle wut-but I%|
in the land. to-day.
,. ) ). has crowned their efforts. We remember -
At of tho new board on Tuesday -! constantly fiddling ) the and
a meeting: upon same string, hHxtraa aL
J. DAULI.VO.) : It was hardly possiple that Moses could Resolutions providing for his reception by iit.-rpeeJ:
i S E1)WARI) ) .} Cr.irnitke. have been separated, farther from his own la-t t, an election was ordered to take i! in the face, too, of the facts of history \ Do it took some two sessions to enact tho .. were

WH.: YElml: people than he was by being adopted, by Pha place on Monday next to fill these vacancies.. they commend the Northern Democratic same law iu Florida. Col. Yonge, of Jack that body.New York Cotton Mattel. I.. Dot tiuhed.ti14Ifl .

nnd J. 'Af'Flm.) ) raoh's daughter: and brought! tip at Pharaoh's At the same meeting (;. '\. Ilutchins was,' friends of the South '.-do they encourage son count}'-then an "enthusiastic" bachelor, Our baa fe-r there;',
\lil1t 1lat1.1. &. read seriatim: NEW-YORK, Jan 5, 7 p. m.- experienced -
an1! UIli1mn.l III..pt. wee court. I Ho and they stood at thu! very antipodes re-elected Clerk and Treasurer,and John Wilson -'I I them-do they bid them God-speed? Or rather I but now, we are happy to say, a wiser anda advance to-day of an eighth S..C5fIiI1S.

Mr. T. P. Ktfuwdy.: r..I the Committee; *ui Internalfiiimvmeulta. ; I i of soci.t( Lvcry conceivable barrier do they not, as the Sentinel has done in better man," for he is no longer a 1'enedict an : 'tett J, an. a
| .. reported the following! IVeamUo :uidUc I :ay between, thorn. What, then, :arl't.. to City Marshal. a quarter, (U to $,) with sales) of 3,000 bales. were i w>-\|
-- the above first brought the matter and pressed it with
outionft! viz extract class them as enemies up -
$ : think; of the conduct of :Moses, who, when conspiring ----- '-gee aiM) '1 1a.
I Wlter.'a, the construe; ?ion ofa frm'"mI' National Convention.The and zeal worthy the of Coming Oat.
Ua1rao the ruin of the South ? What an eloquence cause .
., lie was como to years: refused 1 to. be called) arc we .fi? uttr.tnlItu.
tMtnfl <*u the Atlintie near St M hr"t. : in Democratic National Committee, The lIon. Newton distinguished
Tampa' ; JJay, would !h.of iuealeulable; advantage t.11e- the! Hill of Pharaoh's.: : daughter, clouting( : to infer from this I Is it unjust to say of them which he wrs the champion. Tne bill went Willoughby r

\.l'J'j tlie rl.lltI. tbi) Slate, ., t!'! ..reI rather, to sutler :affliction with his own people' ; which recently met Washington, has: issueda that their [patriotic gesticulations are affected safely through both houses, but was arrested ex-member of Congress from \irgin- '.- )nfL> ui

Uuilroad. /V 0'
e.tu1wt immtnlI\, trl'aHII'C'S of Egypt ? Was it not wonderful ? at Baltimore: on Tue. day, the first day himself with the democrats. The Richmond tuin.vr,1
lii. Mune it r .>mmenie] tl' (.uler:1j.m tj! expressed horror of party organizations and urged by the Governor were these- ,
Ifcnird of Menial Improvements. and the Vel it was probably not by any :miracle: The deliberations of the stomach *
t t-ut\'t of( Juno next. The fond husband, in the Hush of the honeymoon Enquirer says Mr. N. could not !
ami O wnd A"*<'ml \<,f thin,State. lerfonned I'ln the human affections, (that MoRPS Northern treason and fanaticism: is traceable Itfl ,t .r
II"4fN'i' That in Ifill-Wirj'h Committee w're very harmonious. Every might divest himself of his and the pernicious consolidation doctrines advocated -
2. .n.u.u puilt was )led( to this conduct. There is no in- to the fact that their own party is virtually goods hiIIIt -rx

1 nninu-i Bay i ii>*tin of inot siK-h$ IlailroaJ.desirable eligible jnaut f,r tlie tiimtion of :11t1jh miracle in the sH'rldl'ecor.i. State in the Union was: represented-South I disorganized and annulled! and i in chattels I by bestowing them on his 'tother by Messrs.[ Uotts and Summers, and aual I'

3.; fiVwtfwf" Thai.a ..nuIliI1Ipof1iIrp, !>e npp.jllt.1 But there is an intimation in the record Carolina by Gen.: Commander. the entire North, dyed in the wool' of fanaticism half, to the great grief of his creditors and the Whig organs of the State with a few el. TLetjflia., .

: "11Ili. 1 .n'ilo; to eITt''l"uJ \ritli the r'l' ; which! seems to go n'rlr. Iii explaining, We are pleast-d, to learn that a call will and therefore not to bo trusted ? the shame: of himself-.and she, the happy recipient ceptions. lie is a State Rights whig, and Ppie kneni|
'n do* I'' .his'; choice) of Moses, and (that by moans on. IiUI.i.ItThpaJizid
I T. P. KKXKEDY: ) lil'eh'IIlturII.: : Do) you remember who the sooa be issued for a Convention in this State, I and consequently aU 1 other parties are rotten of the estate of her lord, would disguise revolts from the monstrous shoot down'doctrines
t JAMKS' i: ; (tJKITIS: V( "nmiUc the Baltimore Con-I
sovereign
to appoint delegates to to the citizens ofa
JARI4IXq ) nurse of MOM-S was-that it wtsa.* oirnnothrr I because their own is fMu. her fair nature and become the masculine applied wu )

\b ..3flt..luttIUS"to red seiijtiw, / ?--he who hid !him throe months because vcntion, and make nominations for Governor: contracting party in all transactions. It State, acting under her authority." TIle Ell. aiatia1

.. sut ,ui.nth' :ltlill.'l : she saw he was a proper child), and and member of Congress. But for the ne- CL\' .-Tho correspondent of the would translate her to the market place, for quirer adds-" There is a largo number of SVQjj,) -1 *;

1'.I4.twlh'. ,m l(committee on Internal 1m- lid so hi faith disregarding: the king's com- of making these nominations, District Charleston Courier says-Mr. CLAY is pant in who bare regarded leflee It! Den \
1M."ttt 1 \h11 was referred tl nubj! etf !1).1.! .- ticscity purchase, barter and exchange, until her loveliness State Rights whigs Virginia, *
pirte t.. ,1 In-H-ii'road' : <'onvnJion( to.!hi,\ beld at Xw 1I1:1I1"'lItlId: ? Ilf) you not suppose that Conventions could. as well perform the ing with ardent desire to lift his voice once would fade like a drooping, flower and wifli anything but favor the atrocious tofre t
()rl *. reported! the following IVantble' mid I his bclie\ing mother i instilled into the young acO M-Dtti,
> in the Senate and his :
1 more to of
work of appointing) ) delegates as a general warn countrymen I from the head. u\ltcrs:
.ii<". "Ir1).t: 1.IU'1 loait oilier son that: which. wakened: his warm her modesty be destroyed. Such an event principles preached d uj.j ,
.14
\ a lUilroad. Conv.'tit ion il i called lit 1I1.'t I :illoctinn for her and) his people' and( thy j'eo- Cl IiIVCfltili. Under the circumstances, however of the dangers which will result from the might be considered as the second fall of whiggery-and have had little sympathy with thy. 'hti.rant

it"i is isiijKirtant Olt.ll", on that<-r ulcHit this the ;th of J.ioa'iry:n..ijL: I JS.'i-j, nnd,IK, Late of (God. ; that which led him afterward: to it has been thought! that a State Conrention ; modern doctrines of intervention in European man !" Nevertheless, the succeeding Legislature the recent movements of their party in tliis thy CT.rrtLn .

Ilt1..u. h.Jul refuse his adoption. anti return to his ) J JIs and Hut it is believed that
quarrels.!
people wars :
r4 in mii.J! i is indi1euisab1e.'e that the ,-i)i-- t:,
'tt.t.r c.tl'c>ti"t; IL'n.for. hope enacted the l.i w, and it now remains State. ___
1.1:1.V1"1,1 tLijm.tjl a"I..itt) tw"n..l"ltA' I nut this perfectly natural: f his wish will bo denied to him. His attending 44 ist arj,
ftitii l.s of the in the different Counties
t >U.) "< ". w\\ that tlie suit I Ii1gHtcv) ]hH. Behold here, then a mother's! poirrr neutraliingdl ). < cause: undisturbed in our code, and we do not know LOLA MONTE*.-Tlti3 notorious courts" DuriilA
iu tntel to at, in n 'ert with .it her ]1'.1.' i will their and in old physician, Dr. HALL says that he is much ( I
lifi-fby ,. anv- the mighty i influences of this wot Id's gird on armor respond that any awful effects have yet resulted fromit. made her debut at the Broadway Tb .\re, all w
vgalcfrom tlii State they lilly meet in 4w,71eIili.iU, ,toJ the same now as he has been for week
a
past,
make a f.lir JuiJ eaiidid. r"pl'P.h) (>f lh. ndvutita- Minor and wealth ; quenching oven tho dazzling : I. fashioned} style. New York, on Monday evening 29th Dec t1l.Lcr. ()t: b4Ir4q LIth.

I g4 Otat would rt.. !!bv, the <, *i4nHi' ofa Railroad: glories: of L Pharaoh's) court and a Pha -- -------- and will not probably get any better. lIe We began this paragraph with taxes and Her success as a danseuse was onlY turb ourtnu

from e.BluT. : toT.imp.i; JUy: not (Tily! to general raoh's crown, and bringing the youthful Moses The South and the North. says it will be utterly impossible for him to C.-i)4LLn (tern
tra>l(in tlie Julf. but purtieuLirly: f New Crt to choose the bondage of his own people. The true duty of tho South at this moment, in the Senate at end with iromcn. Is there any connection be- partial, but the papers speak in the most t rapturous hud. 0

t f;. die Ui'iniuun ,.f Mjeli Jtjnlroail 1 l I..,titid. that t..r;UIY : at very says the Chailesion News,vigilance.. Mr. CLAY has resigned his seat, but does -- -.- In anothipe'pie. -.

citlicr 1 jwiat oa the e'ia4 of Ilori Ia. antipodes, of society i Ditl'cry possible people) of the North are now evidently, habitual take Extract of a letter to the Editor from a The house was crowded from pit to gallery, cUll a
not effect till tho 1st September by which
'f. P. KI XXEfY.) ) pan icr lie between them ? Ah, there was almost entirely cornmitteil ?
4 .1A M US m:1! : 'J Committee.J. one connexion ; there was a strong, though : agitators. They will involve us in every time the present session will have terminated. Floridian now on a visit to the North, dated but the audiance was composed s

I 1., ]n.\HI.IXn.{ ; ) hidden )line lying along these barriers: and around I form of dispute, on any pretext, and with any This will prevent Gov. POWELL from send December 23 : of those who wear the bifurcated garments, eennunw4 any [pofitieal f
Wrteli Pnanilde suid lleixjlulioiti read and attend
: weic : *
Unanimously: fl.1,1ItA'1.) ) to( theso very :antipodes.( It was the : or every nation. The expenses of their rest ing a democratic Senator during tho present 1 heard Levi S. Chatfield at Troy, N. Y., not more than thirty ladies being in u'h, in truth

\\.m. 0. i'\ rij> JUid .fames Melvny were nomiait; connexion of a mother's. Jove, a 11l0tlu r's fidelity I'ssncssIul appetite will fall upon tho South. session, in Mr. CLAY'S place, as he would do in an elaborate speech on Whig corruption.I ance. The. Mirror represents her person as to nit!<. W.
Cl 11..14-a.tC[ fI trt the Itailrojid:, Conversion purciuint' 1 Ii.iewsluti.in' :a mother's faith., slender anns,
1
with
.tJ'e oi .and they were imauimously elect- What encouragement have lIti', have The[ benefits will ensue to the 1\orth. Before if the place become vacant after tho Legisla. I He is powerful before the people. I He avowed being rather slight, very enemies of >i

f,J fie IOU..1.Dt.lt') plltH.Ou mothers} especially, to train up) their l'ar. children we know where we are, we shall }be involved ture of I Kentucky shall have terminated their himself a Hunker. I also heard, at the and very delicate but sysmetrical determinations the tLin th* Egyptttn
motion rdeied tliat the Chair appoint (he 'C.r'fIPO"I.jIl feet aboUt containiiJsttnee
committee on the lLiiron! ; { and Me"M-H. T. in tho way. they should go ?-I'rcs. )la,,'. in troubles with (:reat Britain in respect present 5es ion.KnssUTu.The. same time, a young man-Mr. Miller-from downwards. Her are about
,
}'. Kennedy J. 1 D.iilin) :, and John. : '-'<'II., wereiiiine.ilO - ---- to Canada and Nicaragua; with Russia Utica. lIe avowed himself a Barnburner.It .- size of full grown mice, and her ankle W'ratrPi7JOlier
nueli eonmiitlee; and "" motion (Jen.* Jesc Carter A Dutchman's Answer. Mew York Tribune, alluding wrist. Her hair is I3 4.$!
1' \ with respect to possessions on tho Pacific of the and satisfactory as large as a baby's "fonr
most
one greatest \
was
I 4 %vaJ. added to the eoninnttee.. Qt'I1II.-1 I say fellow, can you tell me to }Kossuth and his missions holds rosebud present>
t 1 Oil motion ordered that the) Seer p .,: i )Delegate* to this }lUilroad! n\eiilion' with tin authentic this language : But it is not enough the money and her are lar ,
I lives with other countries various grounds and frce-soilism in the democratic ranks was her teeth like ivory, eyes ,
rto mueh of the pruccvdiu t.fthi meeting
COp.If
J-,f J iw rclat (to their apjx'iutmeut. DrrmsMV.) : -Yaw. You just walk tic pretexts, such as the Sandwich Islands. A bo ultimately raised-it must he contrib- dead, because tho occasion that caused its dark, liquid, and veiled by lashes which, like tbe ,

/r 'ifrf. Iliat I the I tid road to de creek and durn do uted quickly. Homo must not 'deliberateuntil from dazzling urerht.1 d.
: 0 On 1W 4?il1, Secretary fan hauUierit5' i up ) pritch over few with tho them *trnc
hurry us into conflict mist before sun, prevent
',:t ; 'piei; (,f the proeediiijH! ; of this mei-lintj to the -Ittl eulI.: Den you just go on till, you cum to years may Sanguntum is lost.' It is not certain rise had forever passed away. There was : dancing and : were 1 1zeaIoudy
.4; .* Huridian: JouniJ"nii'i": Florida. llejmb'.iean"' laep \.- I :a rote what vidds wools around a schoolhouse several powers, on the score of a yet uncon no moro territory to quarrel about. His eulogy ono entirely. Her style
fir puhil'1! im, and n mulUMril't to th. that the unprising can be postponed to May ; modest. urge
t }1\1"-1'I. copy : ; but you don't dako): dat road.'dl ceived progress in tho East. What shall the Mr. Calhoun could not be surpass dress are said to bo rigidly the
upon
G % ol tlii Htate.
t1 v rnnr for is which "
I. OUDI'Jtilln.'fI"fN.I. That the thanks: of thi< meeting (hell you go on till you meet a big barn, shingled South do all this while ? What fihall wo gain Europe now a powder magazine, ed, equalled. It drew out the modest thanksof LAUD Ct.wLEs.TotWeivC parts or fllulating L a

i.! are 1endere. {t.> the Cliainnan for !hi* gentleTii.uilydipJiinuiit ; init straw ; den yon durn de road( arounddo by of the United any struggling spark may explode. Even and ono
conquests
c': I t this occasion.On any progre.eses your humble servant. of lard add one part alum
J <'fl pounds ThI
field and go on till you cum to a pig red tihs day's foreign advices illustrate and en- s4rne .
I' Jlt-toli-ed That the thinmeeting States I Nothing. It is tho South that must the nIal11 orien.auimatelIbert
4 motion. proceedings dissolve
house all o'er mit \5te and do saltpetre, (salts nitre;)
ti speckled gar. force this truth. And at to Instructive Warning. part
,; l 1ft ciijintl )by the Cliainnan and Sexrctary.X assert and maintain: tho doctrine of on.ln. wo ought once convenient 4
; : further bui-lne 'IH-III-J lieforctlic meeting, flU motion ret up stairs.: Well, that is my broder Han'shouse. I make that, when tho people do rise, they will Several of our Georgia exchanges containa and nitre in water: ; put the whole in some Although deriI 1 }
Den durn dat house de tervention. She must nomore taxes paid, the W:1tcr
it adjounied "lIiM die. :; you : arount say slow firo until ertniy |
biographical sketch of Gen. II. II. Tarver, vessel over a maintaiu. |
KSSE CAllTEIl Chairman.; barn: and you see a road dat goes up in de no more men furnished, for these wars of the i not need to precipitate themselves, with naked lie so as toff' )tiC terucumt. ,
deceased of mixture
J. DA ULIXO, Arrrf ary. voods. Den don't dako dat road hands the sharp and close ranked recently Twiggs county. is evaporated, stiring the dear i
-- you too. North. Let her bo firm on these points, and upon bay was a man well known throughout the State settling to thtJ WeiHiny a
from
; DIMTII, or \hU'Jf.\. JSoctT.-The death or Den yon go right straight on, ant de first you we may prevent the evil-not otherwise onets of despotism in order to wrench thence for his enterprise, hospitality,and great wealth.On vent the alum and nitro candles ami J Ot1 bodt! heart
,
Marshal: Soalt, whose name is connected meet is a hay stack, and do next is barrack. -- tho arms with which their struggle is to bo tho evening of his death it is stated that bottom. Then mould your IidrOu2lnUI gj
--- -- --- --
i v.ith many of tho hard: won victories of Napoleon Well, he. don't lif dere. Den you will get fur. I will want to uso a lamp about your 71
I' tho never OtllyU1
ho uttered
i The Way it Works. made. Kossuth must sail for Europe by tho 1st following language :
,! is announced in the French papers.- her) and! you see a house on top do hill, about I Co5rITt.TIox1fthie
\ { Ho was horned in 17GO, in the same year as a mile, and) go in here and ax dc old voman, The. cost of tho prosecutions to the United of February at farthest. Let us resolved thatat After all, I have spent my life to no important house again.-___ demo |

4 I the Emperor Napoleon, tho Duke of Wellington and she viII tell you bedder as I can. States in tho Christiana treason trials up to least one million dollars shall be ready to purpose, in tho pursuit of unsubstantial C3-: BLACMvoou"for' is receij- earu a r.

F .. i Mchemet Ali, (;eorgo Cuvicr, Chateau tho (time of Hannaway'sacquital: is said to be accompany him." Tho same paper ofa subsequent things. II I had to live it over again,. it ed. Contents-To the Shop-keepers of 7 Can.1jjrAIkn.able faetj0Lllong4j1
Singular AC'cidcnl.-On the Hist niL while should bo devoted to tho study of the Bible- the
': I L ;; )hriLI1dnnl1: Walter Scott, and was consequently When it is remembered that Life amno"g
1 875,000. un. date Jew's Legacy ;
saysIn Philadelphia, wo understand Britain : Tho j
Mo. to for tho life > II
: his 82d With Marshal Soult is Mrs. Nancy Mulkcy, Lexington, was to prayer- preparation to come. E'11..1i5b < je
iu
i r i year. the ) and fell der tho present revenue system of tho that ho will entertainments of this Novel I, or Varieties III -
Tho but
f ; extinct the lust and highest, illustration of a smoking a pipe, fclippled with government accept no things world will do to live by, Loggers ; My onJor tf Lreaa

t ,;"J period so fruitful iu great things, and in great such violence)! as to force tho stem entirely the slave holding States will have to but will mako a single address to tho will not do to die by." Life, Part XVI ; Johnston's notes Changs of anyJ d.1evJ .

: | t ;: souvenir through tier neck, and causing her deatjj. contribute about three fourths of tile moneyto people in ono of tho largest Halls of that These dying words are replete with instruc- America ; 'l'ho Ansayrii ; The stained,I bt I ti t
1
l' ,. I' Marshal Soult entered the army fcixly.wv. (,zi-: .\ leading medical practitioner, at pay theso expenses, it will not bo hard to city." tion and warning. tho Rail : Index. IIfitl.. ,; (V

r <* ; i j en) years ago as a private fcoldior, and rising Brighton has lately given a list of sixteen cypher up what tho South gains by the Fugitive Tlie members of Congress have tendered "0, sacred union wit Ii t the perfect Mind! 03- Dr. Frmklin: used to say t T 1.1 rlCdi nihabeea

4 : rapidly through the intermediate grades, closcd I cases of paralysis, produced( by flunking, Tninscendaat, ; Mis?, which thou alone canst give! the only kind, of secondhand gOO :
..,. : hi career as Minister t of War uniler wJ.iclhcmno under hi3 knowledge within die Slavo; Law: to say nothing of the loss; to Kossuth a public banquet, which tho dis How blest are ther this pearl of price who rind, ows were coat. LtL4 11 tIre'

T .. Louis* public PiiMj-p'!; i i labt iix i JU.HI( tl.s.. of the shuM! escaping. j tinguUhcd chief has accepted., And dead to earth, Lave learnt ia thee to live !I" that sold at prime


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j'arty-The Presidency. rne. illtitrttd by Jffer"fl, JIdiot., if.uro TaZql4LW. /in. la-Cotton-Our cotton market Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, fcc. Dr. G. T. MAXWELL Quincy Male & Female Acad my.mii '

[trope, WAcH1TO'. Pt iX). 1S51. JiCL XOK and Pw/i/ lias ever b'i Unit upon Mlieh the is not very adivo, an.l! prices remain, about as last : r! and interest of Me-srs.Wm HAS located permanently in Tallaliasse, f>r the nest s-Iofl trill commence on l0NIYt'(. : I /
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-Tbe e'1. oVenetl the entir* eounewilh South could repose v itlirerfci{ : ( t -afoty. The Southern week, and the prt> peot f.-r an ailvaw*> is not fair it Li71__ JLf: "pIIEstock, A Co, have been purchased piirpnMj of)f jiraitjcuig his profe ion. Office 1 th* 3th dsy of JANUARY, 1832. The School. V

|i iug dates ,_1 ia e this time <;iwwj Mi-Idling. 6J fii 1 ; iliddliir, Ci ; (aCJ t_It1ii-.Y': by the f ulcribrr who will the over C. C. BvnlV store, residence at Mr. FLigjr's. during the rw t year has Ixvn in a hrehly? Conr>Wtijcondi ;
eonctitutional and loving on
to liveliest justi people.iHx carry
,
tho IW plea"r oplo are n
jLAl j* } Good ( diiiary. 3 .
.1urntl: ; J 0 6J. hUSlThC5 at the Old Stand. Large addition* have Deceml/, 1831. 4t tji'ii. It i-- the oldest fp titutH>ii of the kind in

:ii4iilu1 iho true and l '. grt-flHi''
'fllere j* nn ;in.in \ L hi4i r fl'nDdear S..u1h") run TV' prove that it wa. their r4iu and purpose to carry out Tallahassee Frame, Sash, Door, and Shutter received. All order for goods not in store Large Sale of Publiolands in Florida. of i ia: presnt Principal, during which time there< ho.

th n orabi7.tk1I T the proud charter cf our libertk-a according to iU clear Factory. will lie punctually filled.A VfOTICRTSIIRREDY GIVEN, that the nmlerL l bein a steady annual increase in the nnnibtr of Stit

improved! afl 1ierrnaueIt uf UK- meaning C Tire democratic party have every where Line supply of new and fu.hion.ibhmmic ist.rhicctei signed will, iu pursuance of law, ofiVr at PubLic! dents. 3li s AMANDA A. KXO. TI hose hie management p

11 >l sMes oti '* "!?"'' the great diaaucralkaa 1-iart the ,ilits ('four I I. W. BOWEN1 by the 1st of February, together with Yiolii Auetlai, In-fore the Court ILmse tl.s'r in the several of the }Femil Itj>artment has given very /
Uuit respected people.fliv -
proven tlaey /V jcf V i.' EiiUdtr;: awl if.titsifrz.fs4rj Jfateri il I : *, (initnr*. String, Ac.. (untk-s, a.s hen i'wftcr stated (lie f..Ilowi.ig valuable general sat L-fact ion. and xeciired to her the rcfutatiiiof 9

!.< porters' took : r1lVlirltl in my OWD mm-I csUr) they nut tvri *e jeoparded their p.iwer. in New fur Jini'lrAUCTION.\. A Iiook-IHnder hiw been employed, who will execute Lands, located bv State authority as part "f the grauti'f a nec f-fiil and nrcomplMiod teacher, will con-

1lk d. utMgK'twine tf I IltmptAhite by ut1Ling dtil) MX1 4 di'ci rinu. v1iieb i all work faithfully, and at reduced j.ri.tw. CiHigre t"s.-iid tute, fr purj-* of Internal In;rprovemeut. tinnc in cluirge of this IV-prrtment, anti be asi tetl
: .. iaaUyex
has < WM. IL IIAYWAHP.Ir Those LaiuLi wri', hi i.'ed port, euleteuiuimediatcly by her twosl-ter?. Mis 5 .IULIA and MU.ADA! ENO.Tio .
boon fill.x iitiiiB Of ti4ir$ be iuiproo but an'liter oatne lor the rights <>f the South i You .
; ,",.e, B. ELLIS. Agent after the completion! of the U. S. survey two Di-[>:irtmcnts are *n arranged that both "will
: fiitJ* M inquiriiu- iomu il er, t-ir thnt Halo w.w rtmJialod] because hjjorMil < tint 17tli receive the ieixifit of the and iumtrudiez
> ,
Ja-iuarv. 18.--J supenioMKi
irfuf witU ny 0SATUllDAY day Tollahivce, January o'tK52. 52 and are believed t) embi;ace some <>ftl-Lest iii the *
L ] the atI111-iin: of Toxub iHauiK..- tlic \vis to )lva i i UKrinui'i: .ii of JAMFS: IL State fr the production of Corn. Cotton, Sugar. Ti'hmte- of the Princijial ; but the UHt of U* attention will I

reseiitativc8 -s flth1flgnre 1IaI* a flire *Uv.' Slat More ri tly Aiwoo.1va tLrowa a- .UAXCli. E- ]., ci !lit niili-s fnwn. the City oa the I TNION BANK MONEY for sali' bvFOiaVARD c<> snd Tropical I-'n1its----aati i hers iinolv ailaptetl tu In1 VIIi to the Ma> Depnrtment. He will be assisted I t
: -.buId b 'Ibuuiat illo HoaiL( the f.tlloxvm LI Mr. JAMES 3L POP.Y.! and t-tlier Attants _
of ; projivrty : & TOWLE. the Turpentine and Lumber business. The Lands will by *oci -
? I cannot 'lio\e )jIt, licrauMe lie \vasnot unil *n the Aital < U .-.-tion.avery. .
-;it js vecnane ] ls">0 1)Ii.lIhi! of Corn. Jantiarv 3, 1 ?.">2. 52 4teo\v he offered in luilf-eightlis : -- as the numln-r rf student may require. TI.c
ennan
1) Con.langerous iv.WIJ it be any other than a t ti.i .- The dciWHTacy of Maine has never been 20,04)1) 1 jx.uii'1of'F'iMhIer, In Jrjfrrson t'ouitty, on Monday, 12lh ApriL 1S52. School i is provided! with n Library. extrusive Clicm

) sup.j i/!! KKvatab olkviatiiffl f I am eou'M tiucturod vilh] almlitioninn. l>en in Ma'-ac-hiiM-tts ItHI lu-Iil uf Pea-i, abut acr.'S. 2i5.fi JOJlrKvwi. icnl, iliophical, and Mathrcmtic.d Apparatus, and

I'j") '"at London ; to i'UV rtrengtli a a people, the resolutions of all purely, d<'jn .critie; Courcutioro, '; Iie.til IEiim.i, Monday, 10th, about1teis 65,500 a valuable Caliinet of Mineral. aiToriling superior advantages

:iJ lean through the "IVjfet] iireat.e] the fi'J' Cattle i/ton, M riday. 2 ;ti>. al.mt 2.41 I<> to Student In Science, cud greatly facilitating
ThHrtfr a ,
"p1> retaliatory greXM $ JI wtt e* you pure I 12 Ni 1 Mule.! the oldus-t hi their is with tl.! .
,' ,:LtY *, only s Notice. t'o'wi'ii'i, M ni.lay. irJ 3l.iy, aKiutAtachtui rrogres Surveying taught t i
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i'' I> difficult for m OouOuss* 3 letter wey. my d etimc <.f iy i4nUTVCQti hereby
"" that 1 will quote mid otirdiaBy AVlio paived the f.mioup almlitiou res fullv f PUvk in
nsttuin, .r the Fl"ri..i| Atbuif i and Gulf Central '
State* WLIt tile Vr8k'Ld Lt giRljitui-il Cortainly not democrats, -I 1 :vokc of Ojicn0,0041 Uiil Hoa>l. will be re >ened in TaHaLissef: at the jriron, oikLiT, 17th 3tiy, altor.t 5'M t'' cia! attention. Tile Students of both Departments
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|" ol JJrieks If-rumw1o. [Px-ntm,] M.>ndar 2 Jth May. 4si( to are admitted to the manipulations of the Laboratory.
money for. iu tLut ItlxxleIsbinl ,
bo but gtiarI lunly. Store of Tinnnas
with M the) etM-eiitiil 4cI.I are u coqviraTs ILiywunl. on the 2d Mivhy: in'Mon-
i '-,,1 1 .hca, umler th
) 'I> Democrats gjuFwhli IEtl1rnl J ouiiiLuies to i free from thctidjuk infiiKneesTlif tiecll'i at the 'fii.-e of the Clerk of Cir'-uit"Court, 41i;
"i
1 oolitriallivt'ly I SatI'fle horse. TEP.MS-On--f.,urth i."h-tlieotlu r three-fourths direction of the Teacher. The course of ii tructionisextenive
the AUblJjafl 'J'Lwbiclia!' diviHitiff lineinay t Le traced, mwtk'ut Deni'K'rafy in Conwnli i.'n denoundth ATO-A general mind l.irge assortment, t-f Plantation the :Jd M-Mi'Liy ; a-id in Madison at the oflice of the paysdA- three equal amnul instalments. 'ith interest sntliiiently to prepare Stmler.ts for entering
Clerk of tin Circuit
with Court the 4th Saturday tiJanuary
in wae&'. a r uoverall on'
|livi- t14.Jti TooK uid t'tt.1L.51L4.Terin'.Crt'lit the Junior Class in C llegp. rr PT commencing thu
''""'" and prutwtingall. <* almlitioiiiMs as "iiMHuiiinrio.lw arc the next. The undersigned ConuiiLsMonera will at- in advance (Or, if any pureh.iser j prefer it. live j ir
ml''' itau "* to the 1st January, 1853, with approved cent will IHJ dodue.l{ ffi, u the credit instalments, study (itS the learned rrofos.-ii>ns ; ami w manv ad-
New York ? the
and ten-1
W llead ( at times aud upon
live "Silver.niys''in above mentioned
h are we to tftgctbti. K.ly plaits t> re-
1 ,, w
f offtred Indies for
$ XUnLojI tr >ecuritv.IMIKIiY the pivnieiit of the whole pr.n-hnp nt tiie time vantages are to young acqcmr'vgathorough
**'''"" 114 u rtu 1'j' |>"d the SewnrdiU and FillnvreiUf See the dinVrcuoc iu e.-ive nls iijitii'iis ; mil they enniestly Livite their money
kat IU .
live :at tt 110W1.KS( Auctie'iicers&c. of s.ile.: DAVID) I I S. WALK Lit. Eilucati.iri] until) in the s< lid and ornanitntalI
tatt-st dates '. "u- MI'1' '' ft witl1 u" t t"1""ui tlfl)1)iI&' ''llrtH the course of the piti iot DifkitiM and the fell fiend January: Id, Ib5':'. 1 U fellow-citizens to meet, them, a'nd give their aid to accitniIiiiht Register of Public Lands for the State cf Flrido.Deeimb.T I ranches as aro afforded, by &riy similar Institution in
with uit b ( 'd h tii an enteqirisc PO impntiuit to the iut re>t of
IHtIy* forI : i iittj'II. ( fluLukui4l Setrard. how aJoiirable tko cuulrabt for the Deui.'- eercitiztlL'aiid ti, the -HiT.-il Tr.rritv... .if. l-1ririili 20, 1331. 50 Sm the coimtry.
'' New buildings fi.r Boarding IIone a/r/ rdfn .
a ; accommolatioi
iit-
: .- emt. J-'vr Hire ly J/r. J II. IranfJt ; It H confidently: exx-cted"tut) liU-rnl land j
of
warding auIt i; LI dt44' ( IIUUUUS xpeiU
1 n. h. r4 I it iu hi$ own buUI'I Llal cirfllrtl1 -- The late Democratic Stale Couvcufjon )lu-ldot Syra ni e \ : Men, 12 t WOUK-II, 1 Jfciy, 'J u (;JirU. will thi li"* U'Mi'l.made by Hat Conirre we : to :i.s-L-.t recommend in the construetiont.f O.v "17ROM the FulweiilxT on the ni ht of the 13thj bptn erected Tiy the Principal, in n retire l nail heal

'Ttk'-- tins DaItim- PLitf-tnn. Add to tliis the fact can never ourM-lves thy of the town. Students l arding with him
t fin
i? tinEottlod .' thfutnri- udqkid o For Sale ti, th<4 Rr ietaiee ofi'thtsriao forcibly and so well aibv / t. two negro men, one belonging to l>r. part
Rent.
di'n'', ii. TEU4(.; fl41u1it,! finiii a tlwit ttll its Jiuiiice wn-triuuipluuitly Je>w>iae restraint as U news- '
[ rs news yct I f.tt. t Ieti.zl ,&B'3L n I HK I renidciM-o at iffliii 4 D" well a. 11 l' HIM wcmt : itl,1TL WLraion an-1 Welcli, oaudidatefi for canal' ln>ulu it be for only"a t'uibharrt. .
< culture wh'uh thev
f II i in their i IlJMQ; tItlitt-r'ittt..I, if.ir wile or rout For "'', this country by Mr. IVnd two years ago. It w #uppfseil fur aro placed in the Inititution.
:,,,-t' ,>f >i.i-iiuiiitit*. in.lepeu-lent 4iaJ Tnasurcrvhwe vie.\\s alone were net ____.._-"- further information apply to UICHARI) II \YVAEDII'tflllPI'T !liii \v ill try t> make hu way back. Also one flirts are not alloweil tn receive the attcntkns i-f gentlemen .

: ()rr'pflrilg) for "in raUy!! ili'iH-iiJent"J will l hy auJ wvtimtl u'riearane affinity of lUt-med cctirely fcatislaelory on the *.tav4ry question.Tliisfaet January: Iii. IH.Vl l I-1f SETH O. SI'KIR. JIIIN( U. ANtI-A) : ):; Iwl'-ugii to George Sessions, nlxiut 5 foi-t t'J inches unh-ss by request of the parent or guardian,

'd tie 5, ''ii thC \ )high, .-ti>ut ajid round &liuuIdere front teeth and! boys are not allowed! to leave their rooms at
Camp uotliveia H':4e:' tvrlnri tawl others within my tavwlcdge cunviuee me ji / ,, ki LYON, \ {* 7flfli1Z'jflTS. very
1Vw'uW | Potatoes. bai ontheiiisideofeaeli night, or to firm such a oriiition* n* will tend to corrupt .
st'iitewhatdt-eaycil. asosr ,
I t rether. till the iKn-r* that Ibe democraey cf the Kuijiiic Stale are sound sui-1 WILLIAM BAIUY: I arm
to offer con i ,1 l' in war > ctiqi lixjkas if their morals or interfere with their studie
caused fire
burn. Also
.
led( crushed iii onoo tJh-ir! di.ufu -- For other Atni Stats I vill take Mr.Toombs' 1TSF nceiMHr! ] Wm. IL IVttes, 50 barrels Seed RICHARD} K. CALL, J tl-ey were by a negri *
.h] i, u.ni reliable ljL-l ingim W. Thin price of board including washing k IG
> wonuui < to J. Scott, black per
.( and the fal-cof I ..- 0.1-1111. iiatKius oftlai. tuitlwrity. bi bis letter<-f the 15t h 1-Vbruary, d KOWLKS Auctioneer-. I 1'J) years old She left about the M insL We th niontlu For further particulars respecting bf>ard.

.ri w J reproach aiuiaigtLc I it Furn.itureChairs ibacribt will piy: the reward of >2C<> each CT the rates of tuition, Ac., Ac., ee printed; Catalogue! wUch
"Tlierei &c.1TE
State
1 51. hefiayn:- no !nmi-ntlavclMiliiin Jaminrv lu, lv.r:J. 1 .
wrica.feiiamsliip. of said ii4'TiCSt safe Jail lie pnjcured bv application to"N.
delivery () us or 'mnay where may
.,. .. :U-li.Ae tliat proviJt.nec will V< Groceries %t e can get _
I Aoool tii t51ii"4 'nh &..c.USTrccoiveJ ,
'" .ijd prtetl aJirt 1ftrve izution, nd none in which the Democratic freesoiW* a further supply cf harid-ome and Any per*>u wiih'iag to give any inf-rmntion ith nit Qaincr, December 1", 1851. 4) .

-- dates to .1-15* to al 1L !'f 1I ( 1J'rq'i'H I1e u ?. ,. iu'k* qifl I)' lean arc now opening; ; at cur Furniture KWBM, to Leon Cu I'lo. Attachment.Jmtlcr' .
': ,u- vli". 1ruilr wltlj difficulties, laid Illinois] and LOWL" lit' ousjlrt t to Live ad.led Ohio, Indiana ( O pein.k MKI.lIJl1,'. PJtJ SliouJcr! v Lidi we invite attention.Oval ,
A. JL IL SESSIONS. II f'u
Srrond
( ;o-t. District Leon
1I vetk emlingi'liib .,I %k'tI t1i : y1t111V .. :.tii,** in the Michigan and \Vi.x( OKiu. llecnt ltim8 l L'II) JwiT.'U Jle Toik, and! 1'1-ibi Uark & f.n, (;EORGE ESSl0NS, Ccunttp. _

jI., ?'! mo... flhilbthd' tl"iir.w"I k by a fab-. cv H (. this as true. I cai-k- Iljua.s Miir cunil, Tto u Ttte* and Divam.Qiiartctt ) v.'. j. SCorr. Daniel Lndd, \
FJ OCU.MOO. -f pwer, mwrtJtccttirtby ti--* 75 ljiTcl-! extra 1 flour uid lkK V Stand- 7"AmotritofDebtjI[ 7&
Uu and l an suntrSac December CO 1Q1 50 tf
: t. Mr. Tuouibs testifies that NoitLcrn and Werfenii' Daniel Hair.
4 Prices ., u I alT-tti >u. ai"l bid'liiur nwiamv to tinu'irl'x 20 l WLi-kfv, Work St-uids wid Ott4.nJaiI4, Ac, Ac. ) _
.! lii' aRdll4i' ?uoda i'-> are nun-liable on thi vital <]u< tion, cud ofl'crf 3 l 1.arI. Of Cla.rs. Me lu.ve a rtut variety. Now opening For Sale. FIE Defendant! nnd all other inercstcil? are hero-

) Middling ,','' ; q-] h Wrtir aid *<"*' "/"l *. 1411* tiiit willing timoiiy Owt tomr ((1 lifivrt .tJI) of the Deanocralic 4. ] i:.; hlt.xuhtiy, Jenny Lind Cotte Chairs} Jbv notilie-1 of the commencement r.f tliU mit,

'! Trade .- ni'' z e g1 iI1fl 'ltlI 1)r4'ttctiTl au(1. State free from this unhallowed biflutiice. 10 Apples, Artor Gilt Ji,. d,,. I A-; %. I" OTS No. c, and 10, in tho North AddiJLJ n-tnnuiblc! to a .In-ticc's Conrt to be held at TalTa-
*
.,-.,i ',v ii.i'1'tv' iimui.fiy. it will ilCUIl i it$ me :; ]Fari'-y Cane Seat d
: ns unchati". ;.,/.??; vi Jo', lilY t1it */W
4PttI. Franco 1 7I /l.lI." at laM K
I- < pp'jvr f.o-nit' Milemuly ta.qIe-41-ate that I lonj tried patriotism. These ptitlomen arid otlrfrs ItCUItY A: JlOWLEd. Auctioneers, dc. will Dining ll'ioni do. out buihiinand! al-o a Ston -houm- sitited! to n mixl- [* -lL1 DeceniLer, A. D. TS5I.DONALD I.
i crately sized t-tocfc (tftOiNk Tli Jjts contain one
r'flM4iJt1 dli> ny 4AM' iu llie iwmaiis wWeh I who biLk withtlu'in we will jhnllyljdl. as co-laborers January lo, lSo'2. l Spring; Seat M.iiiiajy Rmkers, CAMERON.Juxfirr _
an (1ffiIjL'1'lir4'ifl ; ;a,? --- Childnii's HLh aud Lov ChiJrs Ac.15KRRY acre tack The whole will l>e sold cheap, a.- I have of the liaeit

Af'lister : ..I' 'male iu till* i nr. but I
p.niwi.-ia iwd sJy rciaedy f r present,and faitJinw give 1131 ho Democratic party. I Hut our pktfonu i :t, 152. 5-j apply to JAMES J. OLIVER.
Ih KEGS vm-liwt lUrTTF.R for
\\ itit : family use December 6, 1S51. tf
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
i.troi 15; enough) for every boncatvb5' ,? tu fctaadV'c tpiin.- j _, joist recoiveill uid for Kale hv ,

11 t
4D \ ..:_ .. bVJ1T(1SIIUaIId tasred bore IhiUi omiand dici-e is virtue onoiigh in S MiHorril r'.rlt fIlilflllitS.QI I7oriihz.
i
List of LettersRr.MATNINC : handand are now receivine.a nrw Mid!
out \ul! I In-ample for our but all the nations uf the coilk : f\ BARRELS Miehinerv OiL Pri75 cts. HAVE rPl I Esul scribprs have received a largo
x ''idition.i :.. i.M | the Post Office TalliiLwe
I:? in at (itt s-r gal.2'i' c-.e; ;: "I'l'b" of CARHIAES.(; IStfttS
1 > about loav- 1d.afty: iu all titin-f A* a jir-K'f' uftLis I j.s- V\V will not say to honest Mh'ys abandon' your piinci- l t 1 52.Atteron (rations Do. 'Ic.J Gold Lever Hunting Watcher, S: __ vyIES v -?- AND! HARXnss. which they-

Ldi ill pntvetlia' 11<. t-eiioui. danger liasvxfrt lilt s, nor insult any by jpjv5us! they ucvtr }had : nt \ James Le.4ie, ( W in .i4-3 of various sizes. Prk-e 75 et* ir' ffl Silver Gold; Anchor Lever Hunting Lever do do offer fur sale on the mo-t rcasoruible tenns. Alt ;perns -

.\ ;hn'atiwj tinVwm while under democratic Silver Anchor Lever do > wi-hing to pjircha-'e uiv of the above articles'',

natiou of Hxi.-l 1 in that will call ami cLimate for themselves.
-. Th!< fit event n* our history oeThi $4.I-es Oft the si'le of their country, witli the p-irty; Lapineand common doGentlemen's jileu-e
Alh-on, A ]K \VetlyAtab.risiii. eak various ei/es do do do il> d 1., D.-cemlier l: 1S51.;; 40 tf
and Ladies' Bosom Pinsa
a dipl'iuatio' whk1evu NIred udaugtr wa tht trtiuout 'hk4 has c-int'inleil fir prinetple, e vii vheti central assortment
: always :850 I 15.urel.-i Tanuew Oil VariKA kinds nnd
lUvii'l ,
Miiis, J S :Jb-<.n, E qaaliti of Ear ant] Finger Ring*, Gold Guards and
I riuetingI this f$1* Ida'. was heightened liyi. die loss of jmxver was t4i liethe eertain ni-ult.( I had AustinVni iqi.ziii-i, .Jauics < ;, from H5 t t.> ;i euits per frJli: >n. Key, Fob and Ve-t Chsin', Seals, Gold and Silver Desira"blD Residence for Sale.

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-'1.1j4. Lnrt, p&iMd uinlcr the auspiec* of the d wKliout any priueipl,** was the reniaik! of tlie I'-rown, J I) S Moi re", W J nnd ijualities, from 85 t5O I c iU {per gallon. Sleeve, Collar and! tJosom [Cullon! *, Silver, Pearl, and JL Mtuatc l one anil a lialf mie! North West

.r An.oi Fit a while the flame spread with un- and lamented Calhoua lkin4, W \\' Mill-, Gui CC :50%' lulLTalli'w (Jrea-w, f..r Ileuvy iM-iiring-i. indl hell Card Cases, Gold! and Silver Thimblts.fm* ...: r>f TaLiIu4src.! The p>!ace c.-ntaia-uoneliun-.
great >ur-e Machinery: in I.imUr! C.u-ks
I \ KossutliS. uuiuir; u NaSIII.Ils JJi7. ofwiy e-Li- Fan, Silver and P.UMO( Combs. dred anti sixty acres of Land, of u lik-h eight ncrcj
-I |iM rajiiiitv. The quiet eitizt u was alarmed It can bo, as it liau been, cliown again and aza'ni: that IXirtU-tt 0 E: Mcd'ehetMrs! I Dr) W Scott H-.t
n Senatendnpted pare |iatri"t di truund on the prin"iple of the ISurkT] McC.ehce, J.hn C 150 Tom market Ohio Mineral. Point, Li Barrels, at the low- Trays, Piated and Silver Warp, Sihcr TdMe and TeaSpoons cdtfl-t ofa framed dwelling hone. 2G e by

tie i .il-Vlt \\'it<>H, f'ltuuHlcly then ytt 1ivbg, C,istituti. n, aud that the whig jorty is rolttn in all Hurncy, S F Mallorv. Wright eft-J Jm Oil jiriee.Mn Plated Spoons, Folk'$ Cr-am and Soup Ladles 40 fret coritaiiiiti! six fine rooms; a framed kitchen;
UutltrV, <115rovn. iToore, '1' I < ry Wlt2Tt tel i >t to chili in Uic coldest Platid Waiters, do. Tea Sets, Castors, Candlesticks substantial !barn and well .
of excellent ,
ail the a a wat
I lui't authority, thiS r.-
b., -nd oinuijKiteiJ. VTcBU' lit multiply jiroofs 051 weather wid
reception Ij ] h; xtr 9iulu* S W McCaw, Dr) C'ttjidu'vjd by those using it e
i i,,.- WIT.- Mjicfl'-d and executed. But public tiwjui- jK ift. but U/Uik their action everywhere, togetLITiitli flullocli, MI."s F IIr.ynl Neil, J Sjnii OiL Also.fine! doublebaneiled Guns, Shot ant! Game upon .

uIe MaiLct.4urLasex.. i vn: iu M. TiniiKnh' upj >iutcd ly the C u.-ti" I tJie direH si- 'Mti'-n of Mr. Toomli8 and th.. jl2Iljettj.l! ] lillmg-by, .1 l OCam. Daniel Il.iled f--r tdiit.Paint. Oil, crtual to Liiioed Oil, other than Eias. and Fla k< .fine pockel Knix-e*. Porte Monnie, December C. 1851. 48 3 in

4 : i irtiit n-dn*? of< rievanei.,the ballot )box, Wiwi cf(J >v.mlliey 15 oliver Mi-t J I Port Folios, Violins, ClaruneN, and Flutes, fine Razors _
have hilherto a'-ted *1 he denioerary of the South (.'laikc. O It 8 (0lum. Mr M A am rottttantly receiviuij Ltrgo supplies of th* ahoyt. Strops, tc. Notice.
fi.llv: : *>!.U-d t< -a democratie I'roidout w l articles -
ax eighth lo np] I I know that their bi.-lliren, NortJi, I.t and \Ves-t. ar4- riiuu-r. J H 15Povranl Piere.- u uduie< and uiy motto M, Small profits Best quality and general assortment of Perfumery, A LL pfr
,J, miJ Ui '- re evils were eorrcctetI-thec I with tiieiu. I>4t us rally them und.-r the fJdf th-1 !, Mrs M R 1'aramore. II :l quiek: ret UHA" IL F. POND, .C..4.C. TOWLE & MYERS. : of John Rawls deceased l, late of GauL-idt-ii!

3.000 bales.ut. jWfj.. fnrcr $hkittod? fri>m ur statute buokK old 1 dei Ku.v,) December *), IS't. -ISNotice. County, are hereby notified to present them t( tlio

aiid' quit foiltiwed.; For 6 Tie Of y ears uoi. C-.yivtiti'n, whicli will ajs.-4-nible tu ii'iiKite i- Cannon, KhzabtthCiiiitjiiaii I'.L B ? ATl" YORK.Jsnuary uniiht-r.imei! Admitii-trsitrix within the time prexrilml

j'c: 'uiT"l ts sftitwdy disturb our national a i-uwliiLtie fr the Prc*i l iiey. Ixt t him.sane futhI Mr.iHm N I I'itranu re. T A 1852. 52 tf by law, or this notice will be .Iea'1 in bar, and alt

: n I up to thi' Baltimore platt''im, al.ped( l in 1 >-..41iut'1 I I)r.'w, I'liarles 5 1'srri-Ii, M.tlai1.i. Received this weeks after dato. I Jiall apply to the Honora persons indebted to said estate ere requested to make
Virgin- 1-' :* lu ri: iI1tWltliilI1i d y, J. C'"M 1 *. a 14K. Tlieii Ut eaeh and all of us do lu'tle f'roiir A Craig| Iisls-rtsi'n. \V K Morning, SIX Jul.t-->! of t Probate in and for the Comity of jiaymeiU irtiTnediately. Address the AdministnitrLt,

4 ilK EUi.i, .1.iiae.t ]tiljiisuii, D) F X TtBLS. WATER CRACKERS, JeSer-on, for letters of admiru-tnition t.ii the estate of .5 Talb.ha.ee, flitniiL"

I and united ,' -i 1 i'wr Tinmutry wae again put tdi the dtino \Vhell llrtb" is i -Te( <-k"l, theft ilfhs-d will the} frirtl-ls; oflilx'Hv liijar, ilrElJs tline-, S 4 *J 3 K Butter da Jesse Fields, late of said County, deceased. ELIZALETII RAWLS, Adm's

u 1 Ittclimoml L Tit: odnu jtrabtiivr; tnrif ( ]$2$ .'u* UiPiutrliout the world raiso a universal e-Lout, JI A ] SVfltlifl 5; d''. Hard Bread, JOHN WOOTEX.Jcffrrson Dccenil'cr 13, 1S51. 4J! tIn
that "&I i is w.-ll." Nancy IJeeillavwir-, T 8 Firkins Butter for Family u.-e,. December
jirucuuiniug County, 13,1S51. 41) 6t
.
,1 l(1U13Cl1 'd i mi'l'rlun' rnlt. Siutli Carolina auJ many Yours b the Ixind <..fDEilOCRACY. I'lhs: Murat JItolw 1 Tierce I Rice, Chancery.

.11Ie.- adro- j :ri.fi'tli.-i Sat4.tlftk: the alarui au
r ..f t-i-iamv nuliin ati"ii. if Ciuiu.i 11 DVKK, Esq, Fanntr, A ] 4-iI IdLr'1 20 J Boxes liaiiiif, ,
NSy : you please and! Fancy Colored-some with Embroi Edward F. HcDermond, CompFt, )
i.--s and Ttilaiiaca Fh. rrii'rsoii, D I ] ol-i WFIloadi. 5 Baskets Heid-ick Champagne, WHITE
&te.
Editor, p, *
tfuK LJ-! | | iufriug!tinuit of the (iii1itu1inu. Bosoms---lieantifully stitched-'of l othBrotiJ 1V. v EiU for Dircrcov
Fortune, J It S J W I lu Sack Java Coifee,
a li-w ex- .r.tLL and Music Plait, well luaile, und will fit to Mary Ann McDcrmond. Deft. J JIT
"Ut14 t'k the haul iu recit-ting what her 1'iit.-lt]t is \\ith extreme regrrt we nif>n- I'i..tier. MiFairrhilJ fli.rida ]iNwnbrnr.THanioml ID (Ii). Rio do. a
charm. For sale BpjH-ariiu; t'<> the .atl-f.iction c.f the Court that
andiiovn'doc ,,,- kuw 1u14 de4.i-uethe M1.tu. Miss FFletcher. I, If 5 BbK Brown Sujr&r, (Porto Facoi cheap byW.
1.-4Lg i it dangiou li1i tho hnrnini; of the steam paw mill of Mr. ) T. MITCHELL. Mary Ana ilcDormond, the Defendant in the above

0 i-iui., i"iurtruti-

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"!' .:> :c iti uvulM-d. MJUIVerj' alarm ___ rida, M> that the t>rduiary process of law cannot tie>
-, sovereign umny ( in"; last, at a very early hour. The ; E1v ant I 4iscttistg, J 2'i ,!I.>. Soap nerved her
:
Tlie L'Jlumber 'JJi'dwitinJM.i.: Hie vriur. a'Coujhft: y i wa* given when oar community watmppod ( 'enlg-r, Mi.ts M A Jtval 15 X Bhls. Lamp Oil, Ac., &c., tc, St. John's Seminary of Learning, ft it ipon thi r"tr* flTilrTf.il, That a IfOrirvy ho JinJ u*
S ""'li :c.lia\iicrArji} full cunadeuoe ( kins Mrs Et Swain Ali ZI An'l'1 for fide l by JAMES B. GAMBLE.
a. .ei-n" tluitJuli could ta- ,
I of in t-l'M< n P, but ere any tilicicilt as'-ittance AT MADISON C. II., FLORIDA. thl* cau>A at thai Spring Term, IS32, if> said! Court:
( :_ i\i'.uaU-! uiaJe I < > :
tight tliroujhthe liuimin of publ >
prv bo rendered the WH: the the _
prey Board! of Trustees take in
< I IwU Si liter, DrH II great pleasure an-
Uu have reue .-,i' ''iL'im! rat.ciijftriue, deU-niuued, if IAH nj>].Kali \ devouring eh-mcnt. 1 It t is not asceitaiued lio'v I lirinioJohn rein 2 Stronir. MiE L ; reci-iv.d.; and fir sale by C. C. BYRD, THE to (he Ma.-on.ic Fratt mitv arid! the pub- newspapers of thre-0 priutedTin months the previous City TJIaliaee to the fir-t for day tin c-f

atrocious i w,(. nu.le. t, array hin elf witii tier Calbuuu'bii tl- lire originated. \lr. AKop went throti"h ( ;irnt>cr, Miss EJ'x Swwtl, MiRamlerr" K .J S hfwls. Manatee Sugar' lie generallv, that the Exercises: of tliis InMitution said space Term. J. WAYLF.S BAKER JnJge.!

t-fjuaitcre oft !: D.n',. < I J 13] at day, and with ber Ikith-ns, Me tin huiling ;ibuut! 1 li! 'c1ocIc, anti saw no FI1IS ( ;v, Ray II Glf..rn L.Mfk :5 bbls. do. Mulaa.-. will commence on the SECOND Mt >XDAY IS JANUARY 20th Dec'r. 1Sll. A true copy Attest :

i.U.. I [ Daniel (G >.!t, Hev J J __:January S, 1.WC2. 52 2t NEXT, tinder the ?up-rirtteniIance of Ilr.I..vxc .
with U ''i-. li,;, j) i awl YulvM of tl f pr<-M-nl2ti.v.HKV of its & Tin; l 19S j is fenpjio-ed to OSCAR A. MYERS, Cltrt.
tnpatby appearance. Howard Thonun II ScLtullur, M H Artn, late Principal of Gri-enwrKnl Institute
| an.v in tlis; :li.r priitt-d iip.. the j.klWeflUe btWlduiI,, ho about ; 1 ,000, with no insurance, I lint I Harris& ,Jo'e, I I' Stts'k'.vttht-rs, Misi JI S. HUEBARD, M. D., Dentist, South Carolina, aided by cwnpettnt At -L-.tants. December 20, 1851. 6U Sm
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< &: i tL> sj tulJIl1iBIl. litlle of the f-urroiindinp( ; h.rnber was destroy.e.l..hzrLmriIv' I lluhuesVilli.un Saiitli"7, MrSu->anSn.iil. (I-'UMLaLY or 200 BALTISIOEE f-r, liALTfiioitE."I .) Mr. AULD coinc-s among us bearing the highest! testimonials Notice.

? Th uiisi. ::4'i.f | IlcjuiUiran, Jun. 8 I Has John A ., 'Is ILjimun ( ,-'.- NFORMS the public that he lia-< setS of character. cchoI.Hr.-l.ip and success in
... t i -I -. .. -. \V Smith. I' rf J- tied! Lhmelf in teaching, nnd the Trustees have n>j hesitation in commanding QIX months after date, the underpinned. Administrator
ermaiiently QuirwyJLTl ,
v j
courtesanTheatre iMiuel1 r.iuai5.i2ae.'nht iu.Klifi.-il. J of the estate of Thomas Turnetfe? willnp..
1ruI.zt I 1a kit: I jun U S Ntr-rn''cr. litanies Y TT rriil! Al'lM! -i.t; r/'lPlilnrlir tl.f_* f..ILktritifp this Institution, muler his direction to the '
1.t'qut4it peri.w i4.ij..liuieal 1'Tlie: liev. Mr. ZILI: l' *tor of> (tha ltdptitrhurch. -: i I HirJ.-n I I H I Ktnnjcr, 1).tniclI ) -5------- 5----- ------ .Sb--.J SS patronage of the friends of Education throughout this ply to the Judge of Probate of MiiIl-4.: > County, for
Iil-ieM
an ; anil IheuhtiJIwA.L will j.n-aeh in th" O.urt Il m oat 1'U' icl.-k' I tat li-ti, .14 Jut Htnitli. T A anil tho adjoining State a tiiul acntL'Uu-nt! and! discharge: from said estate.

tJili Dccem- itttuc. wer-iua4e iitwb to-morrow morning, and at candle ligI&t to-morrow' I ilalxvy, Hilaley E Smith, S I DSmith. Tallahassee, B.iii.bri !Lje, Newton, The object sought to be accompTirlied by the founders DAVID GORNTO. ) .iumrs.. -

., .! was onlju evening. Tfie rnemlierH of the Church r rc requested I John M L Th<>:ius\ille, Alh.iny, I'indcrtown, of this Institution is to diapcn-ic the blessings ofa DANIEL BURNETTE, f

most e.:4LLUt: dcrcicii iwti-itjiubIiaa, but lUc ae- to u-Minble at }ialf-pa-t U in the! iiiori.in Hall: Mr* Sarah Thomnkins, J L Blakely, Concord Palmyra! : Starktille, soun'1 practirtil education to all who may desire to Malison County, December 13, I8l. 49 Cm
rapi.icitc trea. 'fcpMu: nij.ed UKM all iul Bvron, Americus.r lifcoim it.s beneficiaries and to this boon -
t tL ''j Tliunuu 11 Tovnon'l, I D N bring great
1taziii-r I ,
Leaut.I Notice.-The r.Mhr of .Tackoon Ix dje No. 1. (J Thornton If (G % Calls from the nntrv will IK attended t< .- within the reach of all-even the most humble. In Fresh arrival from New York.
H.-it
irs itnatJ1. eil1 !_. 4'itar aeen4ant-41 are notinV.l that cifl Tuesday next the Uith: in-taut, I llnhhanLDrSHojle.. TninU-r.1 T 1' 2I A<-Iress S. HUBBARD$ Quiiicy. Fla.Decwulxr27 the language: of a circular issued at tho commence- RICE Flocr. for Waffles! Cake, etc,

0 lo gallery, lit.l,.., tlZi Jet a ,f nt 3 ,,'dock! 1'. M, the J 4i.Je; will npjmar in priKevion I John Tru-ell, MiM A E: ) ISfil. 51 ly meiit of the project it is our design to educate the Starch Pudding. CnetanL ttc,

imot entire- 0.lmfl tt I Ntjij p1Lie4L lUa4LIeMlI, ldul)14 for tlie purpose of jK-rf'innin th- burial ser il'eat Iliw. Matlini V Tucker, John children and orphans of indigent M.t-ter Masons free Ft-h SoiuuU tt Clearing Coffee,

pd garments, pliie.41: 'lzide. A solAier. deLitte of the jrrave if our dtcead brotln-r. A. N. lUnoo.M. .- I Linih ii. I D MIrwin. Taylor, JohnT.iokc. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.D. of charge for Tuition, and the children of others upon Powdered Horse Radi.-li,

,. (, kniwk.dge f our pr4itkal I Jl'n. in good btan.liic. are invited to join in the tervic4s. Dr D I D) W T.lehti..oit E. HULL, such terms as may be ircscnitieiJ." We appeal to an Cheese Paste for Lunch,

) 15 i in nltend- O*flth lLad tflile ioouutq- 15y ordir of the W. M. Franklin YunVyrk.. Dr C C _r ;7 uJ'It fit sale a siilcnhiuI assort enlightened public to assist us in our etfort of humanity Salad Cream for Dressings,

?"* q person as !l '. ia truti *!to- uiitig save ambitious 1ejte January 10. 1 fr-? >. E. J. STO\V /. .JtitlIl',41fl, Mi.s F OJettcoat Yinzant, William mentof Carriages ant! Buggies; nt and save us frum failure and defeat-firm in the Palamo.nd for Breakfast,
V. nh. an \Solk Henry 4 I k ln-liel and confident in the hope that our appeal will Superior Chocolate,
it-i-i I IJjltlltM |ro tender :arn s, Aiin the Dr John not be disrcgardeil.Tlio Spanish Olives, French and Eng. Mustaril,
AVctcott
MARRIED.
t tht2Ijei { U C S.tihlle Bridals, Martingnlt'i"' IIanies of all kinds,
.o determi- ,.'. Irydiia OUr iWitUtilfti.? J-wunned OVIT Ihe bud h'ke I Tlii* momin in tin-Tre ntcrun rhurrh of ttiI'! John. .n, MU II J RVorkinaii.. MiE I l hi..tli double and single, Carriago Trimmings all scholastic year will bo divided into two sessions Pickles, Preserves, Ac. Ac.

8renboUtthe theoiitaini11; j fa olden tirnci Ievouring cvry- I ity. \liy the Rev. 3. lliiine! Mr JOSEl'II[ IIUSSON, John-fin. Lucy Wright, Major J J Lind-, Springs, Axlos Blt- ant in fact, every thing of five nionhs each.in aleaner.Tuition for each session tu lie December C. 1S51. BERRY 48 & ROWLES.
\ | paid invariably
Th4 f"mtan cal J.nlnn. FV VftiKIy.'iitliuni usually kept in a etorc of this kind.
ur puli 4X,1i0 fNPWi'r1t Mi-sSl'SAN H. MOSKLEY.ibujrh-
() ()
- about Z Willis! Mrs C dono at abort
ankle uck.d lmn J< rkiii.I.irlcw.n-*. Repairs notice. Notice.
is likoo ja,, i dr. 7'rP4-oilh.i1 let of Tx Gonn i \n.il.v* of thi- ttte.OBITUARY. Rennet AVilluiniH. J.1.li It.ecniber27I651.) 51 tfTD RATES OF TUITION. .
I Uair th8tllthet..a. : 'I I KM LL who have demands thrt
( i4-M.I ii& 0*forraali011 nktfl4, J U \ViilU-n TaytonWnMo pcrmns any against
3 rosebuds, ': W ti "a Grammar, Aritluiietic, tc., >er"sef.ion
thL ] fi-riun Florida will them without delay
larwhich '"lIJ iJI1l .IleRey iuid 'tujied tf the Diorl) nt the residence of hi* f.ilhnr, in this city, f'lithf Ji niion. N JKiikpatr'uk SaraliWilli from the plantation of tho subt County present
g nre < q :3 00 for cither to myself Mr. Branch
p payment Joseph ,
like -L. hi.-f, a4 ihe wiiet1I. Of :intb day of December, THOMAS IIAYWARU, Thomas -, JanioWHI JX conU-r iu Gad lea e iiiiity, FlorlLi, <>n the For higher Engli-h branches. Rhetoric! Logic, in the city <>f T.illaliaaH'c, who i is only authorized
HenrvW my
pei)1. Jr., in the 2Mb) jrar of his age. Kyle A A *, tStit Oct. fat, ADAM. Adaii is nlmnt
myman and Modem
1L I WillisLitnccy History[ Ancient Natural 1'hi- lucciit. To claim not presented within the time
d32 by bueha sek-.tiou. MeaU The event hero announced Im* ftrit-keii niany) hearts Kyle, H lyDr of S feet 6 in hs well built prescribed
< lug, .
34 ,
t ;> from D years age very l v r pbyt Chensi-itry, && per se ion. 10 00 by law, this notice will be pleaded in bar.Al .-
ndo : ialiiy 1t11J (af(.j4.j ly dt.fucd with i1ecjM.t| HOITOW. And well it may Though M Wilkins between a e"piwr nail black col-T, weighs! somewhere I For Language,!higher Mathematics, Moral anti indebted said
% JJ.ce. to estate arc requested ti>
Martin persons ,
dancing t ri 1 that his Mater )ha taken him from W F \j1hnL5,
cannot murmur Ll.vl. V talks
wjil lk11Ul'Ics1y ] rtlI.i+.1 isI we aWt 160 >3, a L'U1 fke and'! tolerable Intellectu.il Philosophy Political Economy, make immediate
\YilLim! W Trailing pavment
t i'z4 Wi.tj j wCMogreh, The S.uth agala t4)Or& I us, yet his loss i is a j painful infliction UJKHI our ci'nirnu- John above, letter will quirk when sp j >ken to-ha* a fair or two on one of Ac, per session, 20 00 JOHN TILLERY, AdmV.Dccembcr .
?? ''" nity. Young, winning in JK-IMMI and in dii-jNixilion, a Fcr'fl4' for enyoftho bii nnns up in aline with his thumb, and think some

parts or k- |irtl>uilis, *" i$ taU hazard the I highly intelligent! and interehtinj companion with a.sf.w fil(1U-C cay they are advcrtiiL sears on his breast He has a large scar on hu l 1.tk< In point of health, morality and good order, wo C, 1851. 43 8t

'" da'rlrt' )liangiag .rtcntuiihly .\er our faults character a* the U-ct of u*, and with) intellect TI10S. HAYWARD[ P. M. ncir, I think, the left shoulder blade, with otlier venture the assertion that the village i>f Madisou M CITY COTTOH" T7EIQHEE.
ono
urn and tat"l H.-raueiajtannt.r of a high ord -r and well cultivated, he has January 10, 1852. 1 3tA1 marks thewhip fir fighting. heisng'slfielithantI[
r. wa ribunii-heil. by unsurpassed an 1 unequalled in the State. HAVING beau appointed cne of the City Cotton
Is ivo tho alao1 !' u":"* "f"pirit wad ]uUii>tic delenuinalion Cone fioni our xni'lst> lea\ing a vacancy in his family Notice. and a rough er.rpeuter. 1 Knight Adam some 16 year- Board can be obtained! in private families on reasonable I notify the Planters and Merchant''*
4ni.4 I and iu t-ociety which_ H iiidetxl wi aching toid.- back of Booth, t'uritcrantl CLivton. tr.i-k'n from S.vvonnali.
hi con* t terras. A convenient Boarding house will of Leon, Gadlen, and the urroundinj Counties, aL-i!
throw
| ) wBomocontn .ltliflfgj tljvuwrlrt iu the breaih.Iu"1 \Yluit giiierous hope* are thus cut (lift! Only a few Lit creditor legaleei", distributer anti all other) CJa,, I will give tle above reward E>r \daniin lie erected by tho Trustees at an early peri'xL Any the Guor Li Planter-., that will attend constantly at

tile ytCI ':dy i'w-uluJ, i-hc lias pdhintly und weeks before bin death, ho lad undergone zw examination rKTrons interet-ted in the cctate of Baptist a safe jail *> tlut I get him, and if harbred or Lithe further information will bo cheerfully given by wilresaing \- the Depot in T.-illahivwe to receive penunifrllr all

fr boflMtoprc.
1 lk&1114ilMtiUll tliaulai Uf Cwmtllutit.i in ;Hiid. he e\inc d unusual fulneis ansi accuracy Of> knowledge their claims witliin tlws) time limited by law, tu couuct I will give JV'Q in"re.AU'QUTUS By order of the Board of Tru tres. Scales, brought ftr.m New York, will be adjusted and
t to t" sr in tlifl IAW, and pa\-e TiIiH.t creditable j tiling *"" a.j' RUSSELL, Zfrrrtary. certified by the Inspector of Scales and Weights of
? frid'ti Jivrily. At frst tlwi I in the profestion. But, in (JtHl'n wisiloin.ano- indebted, to salt! estate arc requested December 20. 1831. 50; tf
[ and )0U and all ]pt-soiis Madison C. IL, Dec/mber 15, Iat. -10 2m the Custom House then' My station at the Depot
i lies, But HOW lMtrtiit Uicr hphtru wad provided for him, and all hi* attain- tu rnakc immediate riayntent.WAUUEN [5jf Savannah Oeorglin, copy till rbid. will passes one great Rilvar.toirp over any other nearer -

jl about your '"OkM1lHh1 rUe tcuntry fJIy vn-ltnlanj that incut arc jjouc from tliis world and, we fondly hojn', BRUMBLKY, Adm'r.j.ffiq5fl the Store* rtivinf; in the Drayajje: alone, cizht
-II iJy for ULTVUVJ in htiine higher and I letter vowitioiL 1 VaceIw County, Jannnry, 1 2. 1 im A Lady Notice.
o"ti lx\ f Cotton the Yard
'u; fvr LQUALStuun OULU rue cents on every % r> ; too, benu;
itvyjIr with the departed one! Ilia memory will long Notice. graduated at the (Gn-enboro', N. C. Female SIX months after date, the undersignod AdminH- rtrongly fenced and in giwI l repair, the Cotton will
abidn unt4i us w ho arc 1 1 eavcd. Peace aud comfort' WHO in right of his wife Sarah A Administrator I
reCe* (the Class of 184'J,) desires a cituation surviving IHI more wicure from injury and can also be forwarded .
ter IS Inv l'flIflrapv' haj boon uew ful in 164 t. unJ the consoUu'ons ofa Father's grace, !I.e upon hts SIX months from date the undersigned Executrix, as TcacluT, either in a jmlTie fehool or private funily.: of the estate of Thomas J. H.ulley, Lite with le-w delay. I hope the PLmters anil Mcri

I ( eUuiIi.l nlitktrflUI flUW (lUt lb1t that lh'e fflkteJ tautil* pre ent hir accounts and! touchers to the Apply *ii IG.. Livingston, Madison C. U, Florida, Jeffer-MMi County,deceased,will apply to the Judge chants will give ma their patronage, as I am determined

io am ong the fi l>l'v L&eI; ) 1&aa so imj-tilled the Union, !Died in Baltimore, on from administration
!be discharged (ill estate -
tlUl4lhg 'iItuetikt IL IIOWLKS, of that city. ask to November SO, 1651. 47 Admini-tratinn. B. LOEB.Jctferson CHARLES L. DEMILlT. 'P
Jjtj l s-utc Baukisnuuid witi'Mhave Clark dcceaue.1 lute of paid -
i 1 of lluiry S. County.r.LLES' *
n'S( in ort.l1lAarnIlions t lli" bad p.-nt the Iii e% i'F4 winter in Tidhih *eo on >L CLAKIC, Executrix..Tnmmiy County,January 3,1832. 5'2 6m Cotton anti Tobacco Weigher. '
been cruah
l f
_ID8) on 0 r 7 I1 dQuht that 1)you.< Recount of )hi. health, but hi* disea>c had j prtgt i... .s.ilI 10. 1M2. 1 Cm Just Arrived. TallaJuwee, August 9, 1851. 31 tlJ

: Pe1j f deuioen&tte t.ini.ds IgIU I! tAo far to receive njurh benefit fioni, a Soiilini: ) clii T UAVEjtit received by the ld't vessel from New Notice.

that thc South 'vftl be tnuInphaLItlv U- i mute. Iii the *ij}'& cif his tien'rUi ho hid: a Miiu,
L14W**the ***** n'A to believe bui>h ;U' [ the duticA of riili rion, and died with n strong filth inI of the Stockholders of the Union inf.uit'a Shoo, comprising many styles not heretofore SIX vouchers to the Judge of Probate for IxonCount SIX wceki after date. I shall npt.ly! to the IIt>n. D

;% thatricil tvJ r "''. vo d !le nmriil treason. I the mcnt of Jii* Jicdeemer, and we ha\e the con o- A lj.mk of }Florid; will be held' at the Hanking offered in this market. Theru arc al'o, four case }-, a* Administrator of Seaborn F. Holcomb, (Gwyivi, Judg'j of Probate of Leon Cocnty. for '

Lai hand goods l It hi ix-'ft' i lit ion of honing llut ho Ua boca: ndmiUeJ to fall M- house in the City of TalUhiihc, on Monday, the 2dAtv (jwltlcnnnV B''>jt nssortcil, ta which I invite atten dceaed. late of said dainty, and ask f<>r a di.th.Hrgofroin hitters of jwlrnirL>tiiti'w$ ) ile honix not on the estate"i>f

hTHh4t- no wiS-jut: .lilTic.: lly i ith bM ,.v taints in 1'urmli-P. ILDT'rliii of Febn'Bnr, for tie i le% tioii of I Director*. tion. The above will, bit wild low to rlose a 'cnit'-igii. said AdmiuLtration.G Jon-uhon (G. Padrick, late of said Conntr. deceased.]*

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( .' NEW YORK WIRE RAILING WORKS."OUIJL1C At Chambers. P. P. LEWIS, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, I Ir1JiE tat tbfrticmrnl5 SAHUEL HOTT & Cf T

r attention j> invKe.1 to t n new improve Petition to fvrfclov Mortgage. Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. : : -:. : -.' ... -.- .- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT

ii I -L munt iu in.umfociuriiu( ; Iron Railings Grating.ta. Samuel! Carroll, OOMS in the new imme li- .ur crib< r i j4 now receiving a large and pi-n-! Tar Collector's Sale. W Tilt BVTZftt ?? fcuu | ,

t .* < nude from iron Rod* and Wrought Iron, deMlutcJ lLzS:!: I P building I did a*rtnvjitof Kail an.l \\ Inter l U. adymadcC'toJhli
I IL.LYbe
law I shall Every Description of
Ea of
rp.Wili.ni ately t the \\t irtiii-e. tvhere O Y virtue of antliority verteJ in me by Agricultural
; ciI4tin in
: r.f CLOTH CLOAKS.
4 : part
WIH23 RAILING. R. Perry. -- will be found unle.* profovSepternbtr OVER COATS of different de' Black nndI5rovn Despot for sale before the Court I Ionm MontxelKJeffTon AXD if4t CII IXEJyIt

appearing to the Kiti-factiou'of the Court, from enxaj. 7. 1 ltt; ,. 35 criptk> i the fir-t Monday in Mardi m-xt LSO. Of
IT ; Dix-ss County, on orzb and
: anti Frock Coats Ci-vinu-rc French itilwpas
: j It is the mo t beautiful twliMire f<>r public or private iifHdavit: of petitioner, th.it William II. IVrry re- Tww l. S.itinett an.! Blankt-t! SACK; Cloth and, other BUSINESS the E j SS' i of Sec. 5, in T. 1, .of Ran re 4, > nn.l lE Li.. OJawr, Culhn Burr

4 ? groan K farms, cometrie*, balconies, verandsdi, i Jes Iwyond the limits <-f the State of Florida : FORWARD & TOWLE, : COATS Cl.rtli, Ca ,.imcrc Tweed and Sat- ; the WiN E 4 of Sec. 5, hiT 1. of Ranjc 4, N AIM', ever? kind of Produce anj IWth,,

r ''u-. t : iirbfOT etc, etc.WINDOW. / i* brJrrtrf, Tli.it the William II Perry nnl 1 I Attorneys at law & Solicitors in Chancery, inctt PANTS ; VESTS; of all- qualities, an 1 styles! nnd E. and Lot No. 5. of Soc. 31. in T 2. of Range 4 CASH paid'for Wool!, !!,
GUARDS AND GRATING, all oilier pr on inirre<>tcd in a certain mortjmje of All of \vhuh h.ive been m.inufocturcil froni the late N anti E, or o much thereof will pay and satisfy Fnr. ,

: :: % JYr ,.torc'c,'dwe11tn. lunatic asylum*, pnin. ftuanvtljps real pivjN-vtv in the town of MotiTieello. ( ton-it : an TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.WM. >t and n'.nst doirable znaterlal4ofworkunaii-.llip fuKrior the Estate of Tliomai P. Randolph's Taxes due to the SAMUEL IIOYT.ADmn. RAMITONRra1xct

1 : $ Jtc Iron Ik-iUtcjid undivided! half of the Wt of the South West Iof A. t'onw. niul State and County for 1831. amounting to $23 IT cK
*. vith tvire t-ackinir'. tectwrJcoil J tsisio.v TOWLE. } style* mo.t f.u-hionable. All of which
Section Sit. in TWn-liip: 2. North of Range 5 Ka t.) fair be-i.Ie' ev't't and Said land are situated
St. VIIDLI
miJ uru fcrn-eu ft vl a x-ariciy of ariicK: ** of AmjUKtlne. I will be offcrfl for MB At a mall advance on the cost, expen.t'c : : :

: too nnmcrou* to mcntimi. which tliis iiivi-uticn is *U! mide by said IVrry to one GeorgeV.. (Gclzi; r to e- Ccobr4, IKi'l.; S9 at the Airw Cah Cl thinn Stor in the siiiJ County of Jeffcr on, We-t of ilonticello.! Mesin. ?( 1 Co
q'lrttb' rtyn -iit of a note for ?4*>S 00. and by 'aiI I IGeltr JOHN WOOT1LV. Ssvanrak HI
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of. > cniuence..
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//wjitiiyie po M wn5 ((': < rw-T'T l t-f n- W. T. MITCHELL FUAXKLJI tt
a -iynfl til plaintiff: appear niul plead to tlnani > A. K. MAXWLLL. MD rjkrr Tax Collector and Ao- or.XovetnVr RKASTIM, *
known reuniting fmra the nncirti: 'emciit f. r which thivcrticle > November 1, 1831. 43 tf .4 Vrp411r: I'uu.

t tra* patetiU-d. For ecugn. combined wiiLsrniijth. ? nccoT'lnc to law ortbmviM the same shall betaken MAXWELL & PAPY, 22. ISS1. 4G Cm N Swirr. DEXSLOW 4 Co. -

'L for the beauty ,f i iunuiUfrabJc vnriciy nff j rv muff That*to nrain.t: them} : ATTORNEYS AND! COUNSELORS AT LAW, Tax Collector's Sale. Tax Collector's Sale. V.-.M. p. MILIW 4- CoRircix ., New
JVoTMA this Order IKS in
publi-Lnl '
one virtue of the law. I Norm
power %Med in me by MAS-O fcL
Ii iron i j4 public new JWJVT in Talhha ce at least once a week T\.L\HASSiif I'LORhlt. BY virtue of the -.ted in hr hare I 1 Co.
-. i thau ca t t it *ltt.eihtr} unrivalled by anvthi sh.ill c\po-ie lor .ile belote I Ihe Conrl Itmi-e .t.tQttincv l BY power me F. B. LOCMN, EM, *

., .. 3r a* vet offered, to the public. The pa! i of ciwsius for four n3ou J. FebrtJ.-ry8, 1.5l. 5 I in' i Hie' Coutily, ot( (tad-den, on lh* 4'4'Cssflilo.sd.ty hill ecj.ne (for stale, before th f Court HonealQiincv S. McCorzs.4, }.. New.IAodonCt, Wiji! L. Ttll

.l. the roil* ig so con'rivp-l that t :idi )biiit$ the other J. AVAYLES BAKER. Jutige.ItcemlM.r in M.inext, I lie fi'IIowiii l >-C'il h'-(l piooro in 'lie County ol GaiUden. on the 4ecc.piMs.ruul..v S'-ptimbiT'J,
and thus a niutu*! wipjiort i. griven to eadi individual ( I. 4 4m CHARLES VV. DOWNING, I,' IV. ip.urii I ihereol ,i< will I ;>.iv V thi> Tj\e due of M iv next, I Ihe fnllnt\ ins de-ciibed pro tj The

4 twit of tit* who! structure. It if btlit ved that t.&- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ll<( teon Irr.m llioyrnr tM-1 lo 1SiI! incisive, and perly, iir S'' nnirh I thereof a* will pay the Stale and Tax Collector's Sale.BY tnnt

noed nf the lar Iii Chancery. County I l'j\e- die Ihereon Irom ISI.jto I>">IJ inclusive .
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firje wire and
t iuanufact<)n>d in Tallahassee, Florida.J3J tlie nere :.uy expeiKC" ihrreon. lo il : virtue cf the ti 1!

I tbi f manner, trill ctidnre pt luj'S five tim* the viokflop Iiitlie Circuit Court of tLc Mate of Florida Oillce: at the Capi .I. I 101: v acrof Lin.I i in ( uKilen Count v. brlonj.in and the necea-ar> expense-s incident ihtreto, lo hall power vp t tl in m bT t. her %
1 erwfor *Ate.b-f..re the
thE a Cst Iron Railing h < r linary ue is capnl lu-IJ In and for the C..m.ty, ol Jtilir&oii.b.uitlj March 15. 1801. 10 :* to b'mitli &. Paumrire, Uinz on Noitli t Moqniio I \\ii : Court Lhse ti '
tf Cir.rncy' in the County ot t (, l. lfri, (ftteretI.
rf Lind. Crooked <
le of Hizhty acres lying on Creek. ,
with
tHOJin, Pri.v.van- from i S 'int* tper f 2 t Dihvonh Crtelc. IIJJGII; O McLKAN, I n 1treel
in
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Monday April net.thp foths.wi,,
liaeal foot. The o%% ned bv. Romeo LUMS. .
MHWriK-r wlvj maiiiifacturcc W. T.iv Collector fjr Gud-den, County.N'isv.'rn'wr I
G. II. DAVIS
p.Q.l HUGH! 0 MrLEAN.TA or scm much thereof a? will pnvCcuntv ''h
WIRE FENCES, S. IN.'I| 4 I f,rnC1othhg. .' 3lor.ltS.
l David E: M. Scott. ATTOKNKY AT LAW \ Collector l Itir GauSden Count. I Tax due Ihereon loi t'nf \ftr :
fi cinnin ,
n% ruHroads, pat, latrn<% JLc_ j irunr- Bill to s.u1't! interest of Defendant I ir.c'dvut, Ld I com1
of theheii nere- arv expen-.e therein .
aora N'.v.rt'h t'i. 41 'n t
r. ?
tntee1 I to roii-t cattle !Lor-c i h'. ihoi!.> ?
> *etji. ere. winds arrl n.' at Talah'ce| ?? a will '
> of A. 1J. C. Si-ott. decunMHi the HtaVn Six hundifd: and forty acres ol '
to Un-t
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I.flin eZtel'4v(4y utd, :ri1 zrtaly: Jiti.tni..id ) ai, account due Complainant*. paymentof I i in 'InCoiiiN, "f ''lie Middle Dis"! i let, 1 UST received at the old stand, a ffcnernl a "ortmtnt Tax Collector's &'ale.BY I Rock Creek, parMttn2| to Wli-ni to L. s! K its; (uneT" % h
Gi
v 14tk 8 if iiprKu-anci' an 1 ver; R<3e < f form; ; boias i 41 of anldi" and Jacks'-n Counties.M. I' of Clotl: Cii MincrcM am n "j 1 N this tau-tf. it apiearinx| to the satii>iUctii$ hort tIitanic. rI' the sub-crilit-r CkI
iiajierccptibl at a the riew i i- tbw.interrupte.t ;: J ias1 i I i'* prepared to manufacture in the niotappro tat!
Court timt David E. II. Scott d. o- nut n>i.e! in tb" levied and will fir sale before tfiI -' HUGH C).
the litton exj-ore
prospect nninjured, and tin; beauty -- \(>i] !>tylinul on the mo t rca-rnnlle term'I .-
State of Florida. but! lm fled U jwirtunknown, but & J. I Court Hon-e dour in the of Tallahassee, th1si'Ciiii'l Tax Collector Gad.j rn Comfr the pert
0 '4.4 laH-vaj aninipaiiv.l. Tin- fence i 1' ma out of the I October It II. 40 I' Li1te
not t'nired State in the f l! de cribv! Cm
> : Jloiid.iy Mny next > ( -n 1117
now jjlan. Iwiiur jjortabli*, vet secure. Tiievitolr aviated tbeniM.-he- for the j nrffe 4! tit, v/ill iu wi-11 to c.ill tj.ui .
L It ;is thir r< Of.lr-,1 That -aid IXivM E. .M.Scot; HAYING or 41 much tlicrt-of a* will !lw ot.rKcient to lives
Iw taken r.rIuhs'rtY.
duwi
) inar j will Novembers
4 Law jjive 1S51.11
nn tran-porivd with tii'.- < prumpt otttnduii' to A. B. CLARKE. Tax Collector's Sale.BY
came aalitr a c <*(linarj iron ri1s. 1'nce fr"a i. ajux-ar aaJ nuw'r, plua.il! or demur to j-aid Hill on "r a-iv bui inrrustetl to their care.JnlvW. jay the State and County Taxes due tlicrron for the milestvro! J

tq f S HM- rod, iiicluAug Irmi Pwtt 12 I Wore the fir .t Monday in Aril;- ,nex or that the !1S51.! 2:> tf Bounty Lands and Pensions.J year 1S51, and all incidt-nt.il, expeii-*, to wit : I vi'tue nf the power vrrsI! ir> ir.e 5v J, .

tjialt yai tu hiaal (net same will be tn cn for cvnfosed us to }iiu.: zeal setdewti : 'Itit'!s t'1 Ii.,'. i it itiitt .s s s l.'iysrIs I,. i I h All that tract or parcel of Land known a* ForlPurcha *-*' I hjl e p'e f' rsule, before tpe C"irtHaiH '' Ye

l for htwtMj >r ftarft : Law Firm. and ccnenifd % w ithiri :Leon County, rnntninin I 14".7"<) I ( incj in the C, nr.tv ol O rtMier, {,n
1':4uirk: .r lers AJdmM-J p ruiniirirn; Agent in I hp City
to the Pri'i-td"; That this Order bo ln"l for fur less said the I Monday of April; nexf.the* fuliovtin d rreresl l
,i1i with pnVii< of \S'.t-Iiin.t.n and b i, willi acre mere or tobeloiyto Ap.ilacbicuLt : rii
UUt M.Utioi will I'M : < 114 u now provided I lie
pont: month. we(4'.y! in w nt pnbli.-hed in Tal-- --E.AiD: & J1RT.VARD practice enp'ruicrk Land Company. I peuIyor < t o much thereof a< will p..v MyIratl
JOHN \VICKEItSIfAXI.. iiev.piper J i-hij. in iI\\ the C-oitrt* of the Middle Circuit cfOiHcc approved dod requs-II C lonn w ill as! lend lo I Ihe cid- 1 County TJX due thereon for the
labuasce prior to the fai-1 ((3r f Mondnv in April next t I'-Clioiiol Cl.uiii D. McRAENY, year ISStp'siry *' fjl
by po.\ T* (ialloinex, lor lii.imlv '
2u Jkoadway, X Y. Flori&t. ui Talljlias.-ee. I epensr.inciden' lhcr ;to
ri
J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A LandPension and Ci.iim for LOJC.tiul S'ertice Tax Collector of Lon Cocnty. i : J
rarnu-4u Urtmlway.k JOHN HEARD.T. ). -, The whole of what M caiM! Ff.tb't* fcrrf.fr'
tnis Atte-'t November 8, 1851. 4t Cm I rare.,
** *-.5Ts York Wire 'RailingTotkR, 59 copy- 4:. :(O. FIFE. Cleik W. RIIEYARD.Felonry unnn: the United Sialr'. Govenirneat.: :____ tvini irs Cad.4hPn} County, tic *,> cinch it esre.f utt'smam >t tI tit

(Cl Lt>wi rtrettt.S. December fi. 1 M. 48 4tn l.lfi.1. 4 tf Officer* and -oldin of the war ot IM2. or rfnnj Tax Collector's Sale. I pav the Tax afore aid, bi unrtrd on rh E..st l hi I nn
B. Silver M dul awarded b Awcriean 4.1 t the I Indian \\var -ince I J7'.1*), nreenliiltd I I l Ii> CotUily aiiil rt,
y Inntjtnto. Ot-klocknee River, tn th- West bv the :
{ i iii
.. virtue of authority in me l.iw vested. I have Ai-aW : {oriclars'I
LamUni'dtr' Ihe late Act ol Connrc, For by '
1 8T;0. BriMiw Mt-.Uli* uvordvd by Fra&ling Institute SMITH:\ & O'BRIEN, i. >er- BY icolj Riv r. hUGh O. M-LFHX :!}
In Chancsr .. levied n. and willxjio? > for 'ale. in front rf ; the .
184smd isp. } I vici-< rendered, a moderate! cop>peii .iliori will he ujx T. Cullecti.i
--i Attorneys and Counsellors at Law the Court 1 lJoti! door in the of T llahafe.. I x foi Ga-Js rn Caowt
i c city onihe
!, tlelivcr Ihe.irrjnf
ciaret' non % ol I or usC amount
November l.\; 21. 45 SciA In the Circuit Court of the State cf FJorid.i Octoh< r It. IV,1. 3 rtn qaiet n" >
ALLIGATOR E. I colu-cuii 1). P HOGUI'. ; second ilond.iv in February next, within IffpJ '
held: la and tor the County cf JcCersoa. FLA.M. Searsmiii *
ow Opeiiiijg ('. U'. 1ILTCIIINS. hour*, the follow<; detci ibttl jroj.frty}; or so much Tax Collector's Sale. -

e Waller Tay or, Winr Svinr. I M. O'RaiEv, March ?o. \I6'il.} 1-3 |II| th-reof a* will be Mifticitnt to pay the Taxes due ii.l'

T du w..fl :-"ni M.unl nnprly %1ec11.k'1 1- a *. Offiee sit Alligator. I Office at Ntwiti-v11t', therein for the year 1S51, and all incidental expcn- B Y virtue ot the prwt-r *re! i i-v ree t-v lav. dtorbCl1h.iwI '

CLAUK A i JsTlLLMAN, a Central aud Select D.tviJ E. M. Soott.BUI Ref-T to Cob S. S. Sim rv. S.ivannah ; .ImLje THOM.\sDurit PREMIUM e*. is' wit : shall! rme 1.-; .lie. hfm* :!le Court Ih.s.t a '

I Lixg usieet ( I to abject ho infere-r; of Di fcndaiit a< one of f the A<, .1at'kiiviily ; C--l. J. P.usr, OcuLuVtolirr4 COTTON GINS. The E. J rf S -c. 11. the V,*. 4 and the AV. ; of Qnnr%, in the Ccnriii ol Ga
Fall aid: - the N. W. 4 i-f 5f< e. 12, T. 1 I. IL '.'. N. PIlL! E, contui; Motdjv of, Apr.; I r.p\t the f'-iifwinj! : rifvrip jncc S1i' 4.
lniiiinCoitoii! (Cm; Ai.mnl.irtorx ha\e theTtl.iclii rty. or s-o inocii Ihereol awiU pa\ the : Crump, '
pmtui."ftflw40 aiid account and interest theKline t Sl-U'O' the Of.li.I.n '3te ant
Ene Cse4p, CIqtiis. Ca Ytr 1Jfl..ir. > on iiiiX ftt2, : .ere. lint;; near plantation
>Mnerc tuiFJIW due tha Complainant.'K just ittceivedircm New Orleans. i- n I to announce: I lo I ln-ir pal 100-4 aiul I the I'l.ii-; ; Parkhiil. E.-q.. purporting to belong to tJie estate C012111y Ta\ due Ihrrron for the year iy]t and the with tee
&eI i P.d llmr". Sliiv Ac.
4 th' ubab.an ; whirls i Tlii- t'-4'; if appealSuj: to tie ati'f1CtU.TI of the J\ BARRELS Superfine Flour, ufiii'ui'x' I I'Tdnunout t I the: Cot I s'n erov\insr I rr- uf il-rcu A. Anniateatt. frsiiary e\pfn- mridrnt ihettfrijto wit .- to know ('
u ready aud. 'ixiou to * I. Court that David E. M. Scnrt doe* not re-i In ui the : .s ( : .t l's i t'ti I n stijiply any ruuiibes II). McRAENY, in Gada.j. i I
: 2w4 tflL$1i ttr2nt., .ih or its ,ur4d.t. of Flonda. bat Juts fld Siti( LI MS. I5seon Side-", and ShonMer (,f i their relenrjied PnirmiL'M: t Gi\a. County, j urM.rtn2| : 'o beloit: t P.bf1tJcrsen.! aw v
State; rfo
to unknown
2le j parts bat Tax Collector of Leon County.R. .
.- .iek of i"otiiine e. .si in ,larf ofiiiacku1 rf the United Stsites looO Sngiir, din*] II.mi Where u tne (inn h.i\e IK en once n-.>d. it \\ onUif much thereof a* will pa* the Taw-i >frp a.j JT.tn fabric 'o (dvigilanc
not 'sit
< ; < : N.tt'mber 1I. 4 1 I'm '
Ci.lt.rej jliv-s rud Frock Cnat It /* ll's rr Vrdrrrd. That said David E. 51. Scott JO JJbk. Iii-h, r .tat M.ft .->, > dectnt-d 'iiisuii.-.jiv:) lor the iM.iuuia! ruieic to av nn Flat Crei-k. fitT.H 0. JfrLEA.N' '

lilack, UJ e. tJu-i'tt. Ur.) n WiI ilcwd Frock, I anj leuil dcnnir naid Onions a woitl I i<; I fn-ii I r lavor, -.>? t they fe I rontident t UK- r.a- In Chancery. Tax Collrttcr tor Gadalen COBB'T. Miss I ''H
ijr : answer. > ir to Rut
1'P" j on *>r
tSftci lftJ Fauey Co*?*. cKinen have. been Oenhpr? Tl. i'lH. : 41
l't) S-u-ks Rye, brought t-- 'ich ;.ee ttctinn. i iI Ihdt atI
j lMf.te thtir<-t Moihiv in April next, or the sstine MIDDLH cirjCiiOF: FLO1MDA-IN GADS- 4IrS..D'. t
Drnb. B'j"k nn-i liron-n Oviratrt 5 Bbls.! Leaf I ird. For sale bvGEO. heir 'no'rii'r; pet list titatice \\iil rrcorninetid them,
will be tjtkejj for r>nifes iH( as t-j hi.;., and set down UiCIRCUIT COURT.!
;1icr'J a,1 Uiack Silk au-1 j KIk Sutin "s&ttt. *. for heari'ijr IL IJESTWICK.Ortolxr in preletei.re to all other Gm now in u-*-. Kr.i the I G. FARRELL'SENUIXKAtaian pot1. e'judtnc'

Iiid. Gnv. *uiu Fsauv'liit ; ff / ?/ : .ali-laclioti ol thr.-e who h > iM.tn-rdlhe Gin;i Sarah G. Tilla n and J.ine Tillir.an, Complainants,
7V,!v\?"'. TJmt this Order bn pnl lihed for four 1 1 1S51. VJ : ve i *, 1 i1 Liniment, U a most f strut.VJ .
.
; and an, > tisaCiitiai: itt( 4 with I their rp i.tiion. theProitri V., I : dinarv medicinr.& the truth ol which ij ;'
,
I mir-y S ak Mar !le! Yr>t and sp-* 'i months Ib.a.vc vrofkly to in the wmie Kiid Iw.ftr-t:i Mouduv iper puMi-heil in', ) iu Tal-- Boots and Shoes. -l<'i in-ed oni\ -jy, I that t ihe FinT f'n-rniutn* rhemaS SnfMTiiijin C. Snell. Julia F. EdtouiidSu.in doubt h> the vn>t ,rtl" "1.ihp articlf.jnd pUbeond avery 0

t4tS 4j, l1iI !c, I3Uiut1U t lP1fltn. prior : !1 April. haP been awaided, to ipetn lor the lE! T GIN e\- J. Li' tie. and Jentlle V (G. Donaldon I the turehtt'ii d< iy! prrlmcifd b itwhichprevieuly
many >
\VAYLES IUKER I UST reciived. tint aKMirtitiejit of aU the it
_ A. U. CLARKE.H Judge.A a S iutiti at I l tr.'a' 1.it e Ft i r held at A l.in'.i. Gei riia H\ectiiii\I the I..I l will uud le-lji.enl; ol hart rc-i-ted all othermwiiciae j'dibekiil -

;! J'n1.! tf true copy-Attest: .l Ladii-i: Il--l! ; and; Colored L.-i-tiug Gaiter', also, at I ll Ie ALtbairM anti Georgia; Aprirnlliiial, Rob* it L Edmonds cU-cea-ed, and Samuel B. t in the (I,) my
; the bvt wi-.nd. It
rd! ph\MCii.
C. G. Chrkj'mlwr Ji,. d... Kil 1 and Morocco do.Do. t icnv
FIFE. :
and .I.'chtnie't' fair, held at! Ci>lnirbiiaid, at the Love heiih and rjr vjjirio inint-ralor! : n't lvinm and ; for tIIIt
I posiei cf bjlsOiTis.! extrart r !ur''j
Chemicals! & 1;, IR."K; 48 4m Etiuu"l-l, ) : Uii'kin1; of the Su S. Snell d,cead.. | gui p
i'
.c.A ; aqrtuiI Fair of I Ihe l Snilh Carolina I Insliiivle, at *state rl an I Arabia-posfssm2.. io a concenfraifd forn. ., ; theur fit IPu'sr
t
D-i.) Ki 1 Walki'i; ,,. SI.4U.! "i. S'lpper nn-J I5akkin.s! ,
the Court that
e.irini to satificti f.l the
Cl ii-ton.| The Ci-lton sinnidon tfitsr Gins TT 3M| I
urauteiI rad full rerei their iiTiulatins, Anodyne, peni4attr uncuirm,
DO. C.ul" Iiikip.nd I'uxttei-s.
? In Chancery. rd I the fii-t i Prf tiiimna at I ll.e exhibition held in J William C. Sneil. one ol the above named De- and re,ni ive proj; :'ies. and the ,ame vuhscna.,

:lrcu5t Court of ths Stae? ALSO ( tturh.-t ," ,tst It Carolinaai.d j fend.uil, r-idc4 i bevot.d the limit* ot tht. 'tate. and : nrdmIste0l.I4)tetI
L Ua1P Ia the C of Florida s'n ; *< er\ here I a. o. were us-eil by the Sons cf th Drseit"niI
hell ia and for the cf Je 3hi..e't Colored L-iti!) (;Gaitrr < 'le-ol Cotton fr'-tii I hero, have Ijeen I'tItiUd. 5 in the Mate ot New York, ar.d t that Thoina; S. SnelT.aiifther "
ar tl.e
fi ( dllfl4 ai 'rie inrei from tie C.mnty erson.Danid p I such miraculous acce in tunrg t torh tLsea.ecfI
DO.) Kid! 'lli..t Sb..es ul! Ru kin
&thn Zsk.m niJertI l n.turly! o ,ual to Quiniue ataui'i'v" ] Ladd, : > Tlie Pror iiflrr- have in I |I.eir po..o-<-j..n purnr-, ol saiil I'hmnt.inist sunposed lo resale I > nan: and beasf.Ke ,lorE4'ant.It.-*';.
1K) >. do. and Mur.eco.tnI PM .tet- ,
the limits H' tI.i. Stale, ai.d the United
li-yond
'. u* ceilificti".froin I Planter-, Cr t tu.n Hinkf r->. t ad thcfutfinrinsremarkaMe rvet tcfiich ifltt.'ifij .
m1a4t 4W rn; fine of -athiT! Mo- (
ChildrrtH
a a ortment : t } J St.strbut \ho-e re-idence nnkr.i-wn : I
-SO of Chemicals of theLctquality. i David II M. Sc ,tt. qi..iin Mrreliantan suid I'4st 1.eutlwrIi..
.
rucce, Unltrnl That the -aid C. roim.
It it IVillinn
t'i" iut'r't.tf DciVndant ( rw4t.i. le-'i(> inc I that? t ll.e |,t't tt.'iit ;.se s.f| ( |I'P (,its, thcri-foie H. G. FARRULL'S ARXblAN LINIJIESf
Bill to wibjccf at one <-f the .
-A LSO- dl and plead >)) I
antI tin' btin appear .
.ifidfprodiice.1 similar
.. Scot. | in, cannot be e.xceibd far bryand any rt'n.Iy.About
|j4-5r-"if A. D. O. to the piincut: f a judgment
Gent line Cnlf IJor
tiled Ihf entitled
i. : bv din of Corn dai'il m adove cau-e on i>r t
Pine C.Ininc, Lulwi's Extn*rt and an iu'ortwent nnd hitwc-t "n 'ie' Kimc due ihe C<>mpainant.! any eter ni.iriur.irliiicil.! ; a ear and a b.K aro.a swrllin apein4 ;
Do. Imitation Stitched! ]jt Monday in M.uth next, and the aid
All order" l 1.r Cm'', t'iven either wile7'stomach.
of Fa' 1'nfrt Article. t TWV low |mw*. "! N l tir.* cansti i 1; j.vp arinrj to the M ti>fiction f the Do.) IV re-l andVaterpr Coot% f o our travell PEorloc.il :- Th'-tna* S. Snil within the period ol nine month in nv ::ra<.1naJv! iriCren.-.irn m < ed tho t t.
.Aani, or forwarded) in ( he 1'r"pi.tr.r* bv nnitl H bprame i- Urje a< n>y fi' f. and so sore th4
JIjri? PuinIa Kilk- ite4 a > Uead IUslie LC"Ur( ih.it D ivid F. M.Se.tt duo not rc-id in the aIldrflt
< I Do.) Calf >l oes ami Ikioteo, will receive tic in I the date r>f I Ihe puhtication of I this Order, or iiI
mail al'.vayn pr"n l attention. (Ir uiii bear le! Usf *ure wi'nSen
|Pt 4 f3& chtazI.ue.1t'e State of Fl'-nda, but lw- lld to jwrtt unknown, but I Do.) Kip Ijre in* and luettJ. will h.- t-nt t< anv part of the coui.ln and warranted -. \\\\s\ > jid Rill will t tie taken p>o mrijtuo i 3int I giving her txlrj-rae p; in 1 gtt the adfitff; 5. :'
ebmtvd Pawr. awl other McI Uiiiti-d Stite'
Family not out of tli" : -ALSO; I :hent : J'mtiilnJ. That lejral pitbiicaiiin .4 tt i* .
lo give saliI.i'>fif>n.JOS tie-I dncler and ihv diliereitin nptniuorM rit eser pi. 4 4it
/ ;* ti>rrf/ ,r< Oftl rr.1. That aid David E. )f. ScottIppt.flr Yonth fine IYnjed: I lot'*, ; L DriTON. Onier be cnJe in st.me nev.ruprr onbJi Arent.CohrniQ. sate it waan 'ie t.zaa
Jatc ieiMciue. 41e.: te., byLE'.VIS and aHr. plua l or demur to j-aij Hill uu or 1i4t.I half' welt do. do. Circuit. 10th October. JS'l. I ; souse t
,, C.t., Ft"uuit: S, l l'il. 5 | v I .> the Spleen ; ? ,ne, that it was an Eshi; ttrnuf ?
AMES.4'J beiorc the fhct M'Ui-j'ur in Apnl i.s-xt. or the 'tiiie l D .. >: il' J. WAYLCS BAKER, Jude ic. s c.rieern"
< ( :i i.o-t: c' t ry description.For I the Ova, it- and other said it \\a* tfyiKorel i>ieOvai

Otwi 11, 151. tf 1 will be taken for confessed as to him, and set down I *iile lo v (iud no lai-tuke) bv NASH & CO., A truecnpy-AsI'.I i( i *. and;CoUld nM be cnri-d exc.'tsi to n'tin; ',t 11-: %fssr i

for heat i\y:
- New Goods. J'r',i idtd. That this Ord-r) h' ]puUii-l.ed f. rf Mjrvvckly Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &c., October IS, a" I. 41! 4mm-'ni I trv.of.IL G. Farrell'* Aiabun, LiDiment ovtmit, a..i flttt1It: i. S.Ir .

*TtST received for the Lailie, ninuilis iu bomit new>]uHr ptibii-hod i ia Talpriur !- Sight Exchange "V\7"Ol"LI) iiif'irm tln-ir rri'-ii'U and.! the public thai I U cw appear ujmn; tl.e third aprnrju.n;. '

ti lhiin and llai Lutre and DoWatcre1 kd1kie to Miid fir-t M.mlay in April! next.J. th<'V have <.j n hand I a tc.xxl I H--nitmenl u of ruI Iarticl In Chancery. &tt.ifte; J> > and h crntinuciluetlu;
\ NEU': VOIK: S \V\N.\\II and MACON I Ihe anto improve, -
Mhsi..
_ 1'1a itn1 I ipaaHe 1jnieadci, Jarec XVAYI.KSBAKER. Judge. O fur >ule, in bUi..s lo < '! 1 i. bvTHOMAS < a> are irciicrally kept in thir line ..f bu. iri -..* GAD>UN: CIRCUI i COURT. I heltet daily, nnril now *he it a* well as e'ei-is- I
l I'riuU-dlWueis Attc-t an.l will! Untvivin ILtI .'
U Liit.( I'laiu atvl A true copy- : 1 J. PERKINS nularlv fnh supplier. Thciiterm. I xcel enf )t4'3hih.I .

and d Drew- Silks (C. G. I riFE, Clerk. .* i-ball InnR. otiabif.! Frances A. Ru ielUex ) JOVIA M'CONNELL '
1'Wa
)'jarI StrijH > D. '
,W.
Oclober I 1'2, 1 ISVi. Ai:i.t Maiine, (...ink.2STNA : Peoiia, March S.l: -
rv-r-uta, ,'L.-Lt- liiIr* *. .. -. fin !)ee-nibt-r4. l :r.l. 4-s 4m 1 Takha-t (October 11. lSI. 40 > Bill for Divorce. I I oncutusy

flain. Btork nnd Wati-red; Silk ttiiiaa; Wiliam RiK-ell. > V. T.k.t. !.....,.? .
anJ It. GloveKmlwoUffol INSURANCE COMPANY ITappearmn ; to the sali-faciinn! it1 f !fts<* Court nyatf.d.it L '" 1S4.
IIi4, tSitl Cotton
H. $. aoJ iWdr L. C. lUkeY*. IJARi, I : UPL, Co.W.CTiLL; f.r I in thi- cau-f filed, I that AVilliam Iu! -- One nrnau ha-m-n-d your L uim nt u till put toKepitss
4 In I the Circuit Court rf the state of I'lorIJa in "VT7E have: n' lived a y tis.I\ a-ortmtnt of CruCnt-rr, etl. the D.'!er.dant in ?thUcan-. residebeyoml the .
and :
Lfl4 Thread end 3l'J 1tn ii-l-ruy** thy nf her Uafotlhff*
!
> UILDIXi; s !ocl--. --uu Co.: loo in UjiC-hon, eiJ I i fila-- and StfiieVan -.ncce-'. She had 'a'.t v'e
Har..Cilf Court, and cut tl the State cf solhitntrlfa ;
Trdt wI uv fi> e.LC'A'IS. RoLti-1 tat! and Iar! Iron vear- the cord* beii 2 cor.uract.d Liik..j t tDrikm

aii I Ciii .r< i tiu&,4 Ca44UiTC feimwls, '111)1u1,:a C. Mcl'tun.E. : &. AME-s', -qiuirc I'ti't id.t : were bent a- mn -h wbil*"4..ndirz a nnaiorai1" ?
Nail, Ru.J l, Iwiid. I llorip. ;and II. S. Iron, It i OntcTiJ, Thai the cajal Defenif.ir.J do appear, i-tie ; -
1 li'rte; Cr4| e $luv. 4* Jnu.ny'2'"!, 1--.V') 3 Aa1 Tdlbha-e. ihe position c>f ihel le' hisc -itmina. and a4
'A.Silk Ci.i.: Ct-rman and Atnericiin Ulu-tir Steel, demur the jid Ell of Ct
l I to mol.iini .
j i an-s' er or # : liie ofE'''
dW1 t..1 i C4l14..1. B imi.% ;trii1 M. Scott. .* riot bruit! them in the least ; but by ue
I J.l.irk-mili; _Anvil. 1llnwVices A- Hammer, ) within three ni.>nk.! $. r-r i'.si'l Bill will b>? tjktn able to ai.* !t -
$ raw *'ii: 1d.h4II: .4. Dill to nVcct; jm.'ri---l -f llitidat< as O iu' of the JOKIT PRATORIUS KarrellN Arabian Linirifle: \ i* r.i.n ptIsi
ColllnChib, RrcKt-J nnd Hui.il Axe*. rUfl't'AO) and tr ii one he .o.t fi'r hearing
.
i14bekfiUi; L% 11't M11. hfip. of A. li.! <\ S'-ott. % ith e--e.ana ha> a ssaihv iitr.b. I ha f toonrfit Ti;
NaiL of all! MZC"> 'with assortment of T i/f the Circuit Ct.oit lor G.idtlenConiitv
Central the
J'ink. Blue tt 2L l Wiiit* Bonnet Muslin.W -f a judsmont anJ interact due the CompbinatitIN [or run LATH l riuM nr nri.i. t Pfl.TOIt's,1] 3 > a at nr.\t rm 3 nr e\Cfllf2t renWy lor hnre flrsh : ankt! puck oto
Cutlery. in larch nexf and that Ihi* Order bpublihed -
'%lj an4 White Silk H -. ""Cotton dn. thitan.4?, it aiipf'-ariiis$ to the uti-2'.ictio of the "\ X7OtIJ) inform hi* friend* and Ibc ptib'iiilut ; in tni everY thing -\hich reqtir' ai exUroal tetnedj. ;
:l AI50T'O ) III rae ne\%* >anr piinlwi Sfateonce speuw .
% ;
lack A Co1.r4 l JaSt.i., Kid iHp we* i- Boots Court that Daud i E:, M acott d Hnot ie-iihe! in !t \ If hiv taken the More lately occupied '
for rcoiilfcs.ainJ that take d-e
thif
week Complainant
Wt a gr&it variety *<& ,ih<* nrticles, tf nutuerwhkh thi' State of Fiorid Jia.. fled lo jwirt* uuknowu, but _, jIv r- 1'K'' 'l. "d adjt lining the "tore lately loci pair do. Men IW* Rus.dti] tt Jr4tnra do.J a ttstiinoii> in I lie cju-e. I I.5th Ott"!>er, l Gl.t The Opinion of an OJ fop'rierieed andSc'st- : jimOitt.'reszt
t'arri'r.
)U* *0 *nDtifrn, they will t.Wn> call and yr.liitn. not < ut itf UK- United Sta'f *-* : l bv JtiU; V IVatotiu*. xvherel'e will be pleaded tlfic ,
ownjRl% ile'ns' \VAVLES DAKCR: Jud .
2tt 0 da anti Rov bbck thick Em aru, e. IOWA. June 2' 1S9.Frc.us
hEIR UVbT. it birrfac Ord r-J That said Dai'' i E.: M. WA'MICTO.N. amid
Scott
> to afen 1 to tincall!- and wants of those who may be 250 do. tit,. di.! do. do. kip do. A true copy-Attc>t, and permanent corr., bolb" the

u4obtr:3I5t. 42 tfNotice. rir>- nj'nj! aii-wi-r. plt>ad or dfinnr to iid IJill on orbiiinv dUjjo'-ed; to i patrflize him in hi- line of I lnsiutess. 5ti do. I. idie** leather IVcvi-d Roots, R. c- LfsTn: rieik.WILLIAM. the %peed which ur Araoian LimBrtMnerfomin" E14St a'ua

H the fiM Mo.nl-.y in April next, or the :une He lw- rct'ir4l. by the lute arrivals a / 'Vc ;/> tt rot pronooare
I will lie taken for confuMttd a* to him, anti i et down .r>Jl-trerl-J la'iijJft of I 'Ivtfi. Cnxtiin'T'*, I I'cttii'y*, lV>v*, Youths ctid Mi.K-.H Slioes. Solicitor fur Ctnmlaii.jnt.Octo'.er Great }tmnedv. I if, the Ase." I have practiced(- -1

cx: tnnnfli* ftcr d.itI .Iwfl! !! pj% to tb Jtuge! for heai t'lZ '.f !*'rtr : 1'fl.h.ox; ; ,, ,., (,RqrI,1I.I if' -Al.SO- IS. IS'l. 41 Cm *. M ba'e I.i'
these }. .
torin" h< if* for twenty jear .a'b.
That this OrJr be f"r f.
Pwid'J;
i3 *sf IVolutc i'ir Wa-iiingtiii O unity. for n final **tlleiuent ptiUSi-hf-d ur IKM h-jIiJ: ('Jf7'/fJvq. 100 Lunihe Cotton Yiirn. Nos.> 5 to T2. all the various liniments, ojutmerds) &c., niKJ

and di-clutrgu from the otiile of Joieji U. months we< kly in *4JiUt m-wjiap-r. publi-hed in Talluhasaee Ml of which. I flatter yIf< nrc equal in style nnd | All of witch will LeoM a lv as r>ny in the mar- Middle Circuit of Florida.IN puffed in the paprr- ; bUt 1 trust say >hat 11.6. wIi VU

Lcke1.) ; QOCi AM.d. iiior to raid fir t Moiuby m April next ua'ity.| 4t.J J. Y.'AYLES1AKEK! .
MArTA LOCKEY, Adin'x. Judge.A (mind"iu thi uuirktt. I He will jjhe ;jrarucidar atten- I \\hii-h we will alow! the luhe: mnrkft .rice. LEON CIRCUIT COURT. made n-e of. By its ti-e. I have cured 5weeflVili ? I Illis

Vi&i1inton Co.. pIt 1lH.Y ] 6 6rn true copv-Atw-t : thIn to !hi i late.nn --. and IH-JH.- he will nst-rit a liberal (X-toUT S5.; U51.12 HEIR i RUST. John G. Gunn, }) Spavin loni after they had been pronconced IMU- t. ;
C. G.; FIFE. cIk.ree4mb(1G.Isil. .
nitr.H iire from tinpublic.. r.Attachment[ for ?&'G IS. ruble, and I have cured more than fi.iy horjr '." a
Eeccived fionx New Ycrk.TTIP ) : 4S 4t
Jest .
in
November 2:$. lb;L'. 40 tf Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Franc!* M. Lawrence. ) ?ea-on with your Liniment, emhracms: e;errw-

Itro-raji JV-jp<"! and Sewed I>tot*. Ln1ies or Louisiana. qh1C' Defendant, and all other ppr on. interested!. ,.t thiease. tmnn scratches and biui su; t .1 t'Pnili; ..utl

J V.KiJ Tie Rn-kin*. Slin.-rs; Laihe Pati-nt Lea In Chancery.LEON Pure Sulphate of Quinine. .1. are hereby notified of the institution t-f tLi.'n.'it Rinz-Bone an.l Sweeny. I can also Leaf is" _-_ ,
end ilwau<-'ed JL-IUIV Liiv.iio\s! 1 K> lir-vjans Meu' ciucrrr JUIIT. I Ix-en appointed Air* tit f''sir the above Com m "
< p HAVING by prm'fs* of Attachment, and l are furthermore re- nf iuood! etfCton the human syifeia. 't--e tuttnn
r"MI sulri, tb r, iuve ot lia-iil: I t\\o lniutii'cd! and dcriiinzr it to di-cu tIe f
unimv
41a1tIIhet Wurueir Ot. 1.i"'. iud d' ttc. ary ** *
% < *, Albert C. Jordan, Complainant, )) 1 ipiiru-.i lo appear and plead! to !th. declaration tiled fined ccarly all Iat winter to n-y room ;[ .
ALSO filly I f on >uct-- o iI| <tici> and'I adtanta, : e of the mutual iii-unniro
nothing lo help
,
r v Divorce. therein, within the time prcscriU-l bv li\v.: mali' rn, ai.d could s-fl s.usIv.
h ive ..h, -jt-rd dn< cl Horn t tie iiaiiu.uriiuriliit the con-ideratton
0 A good aiwortnient fjf flneije and iiiiii-ijile t Liniment
Foreign Dry Lucy J. Jordan, Defendant J I C. II. i J. H. DUFONT.Attorneys commenced the ue of ycur "
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Oooi; : Ckrtlmisf IlaK an 1 Caps: Kaddlcry, Hard I thev \\ >ll warrant H to be a iiipeiioi art i' It'. (if the citi/t-n* i.f TalUdias'ce! and %'i'itiltV. Any inf r- WM. K- GRC4 .
to the nati faction .f the Court nfl! for PlaiutiSLOctober cured me.
tloUow Fancy Good? ic. For apjienrin; by \\V lue eni... ;.cti our siock ol Iruut.' at.d Mftli- hLItI''itt relative tt, it,can be obtaiiu-tl: by callinir on the tirely lIa.' '
vane. ware Cutlery, .1-
divit made in 41 Sm
t thi csise, that the D-f'iidant/Lucy) 13, [IS] 1S31. G.Furrelis .
ci ne" l I'y 'Ci''tl. > val-, tn iit l ate nre r.red lo execnleoicet'tora1cl WriU-r. S. S. KNIGHT.NovimlKrSO. CW"3 [ "
J. Jordan: reM'les beyond the litnit <>f thi-> State, *o ; tetnl Sun Pain of ten yearn attnJinzMr low :
GFA IL nisrwrc. : < itntoi i iip, a i\vholc!>je! (.i i : 1850. 47 tf .
bat th1 > of cannot be servedupon .1'abi'iii Linhntzz' I. Whittis,5 -
ordinary j I roces Hubpuia Middle Circuit-Leon County.
35 tf on I the wo- t .iivoiiimiMiui >:is toir: bad bfIZ1
Ocu1)eT,4Ic:1. her IL G FARRFi.L-Uear-Mr-I
; : We have j'-on' lew account- glue lo u* for I Ih- ; : tv.A .
ti'S !
If !n tti'-rrforr OrJ' ./. That said defendant appear THE TRUE MEDICINAL John B. Taylor, j J In Attachment. fl.cted. with the Sun Pair. tVr the I last
> in small tfltttIfllt., :
Groceries. year 1S'M They are enf-r..llj i bj,4e. tIs.Ti'
and an Wir the Dillf Comjibint filed t in !lk! cauce l..t. > Sum worn to >14 4.5<\ and could! get never ztl relict except by
bill i if I I the wholerould btIMHihorllx.! 1 i it I t' ( ul str COD LIVER OIL Lkt"applied )
iEIt Wm. R. Pottfrotn Sew Oilcans, 011 or lcf< x' tlie fir-t Monday in M.irrh next, or sai1liill JnmesT. Daffin. ) As-umpsit Susj::i> but by the ne rf II. G. Farie-P* Arabian IdCS? :

ii 4 ca-kt MSO will be taken fur efiiifeiw ayiin t l bet) : I o' a id I iquiiit iuig cci I i n stttI'' t Isichi e 0 ( USKI'UL in the cure ot Scintilla.; Consumption, defendant, and all othir infere-ted. are Lcrc- over the temples bont three M u vent Ihi5 .

t. J'fji-iJ'J li'Hifn r, That notice of this Ordi r be publi .hstse S. iSfl. "L.CWIS: | ic AMI'S.The ; npuiynai i.m. A thin.i.lIr iMrhilia.C I, j ..n2h-'. rfItE notiricd of the ii.-tiuitu of the above --u.il, a day, it was entirely ienved, ard I haTe: kd ; pt.is; hi.5er.j .

barrels JW i'nrk. ,>lied in oine new
55 wipflfj';) i1r4 liiunilta before the snd: tir-l lluu.lav in Mar
10 extra: .WAYLCS UAKEll. Judre' .tc Fonvardinj \dru.iictl. p'ire, and ot vcrx" -'. "t s.r q'ttlit v. ARCHER: tc t COR LEY, for PliT- he siumbled and f.'I'! a-ainst ny lfs. rr I rI'itl

1 cask Cluified Snsrar. For raleBEJillY bc' October 27, 1851. Attest : AT sr. .MAIKS: % FLOKIDA, I"or'.lP'y' LEU'l-J it A'.IE':. October IS, 1S1. 41mNotice.:; nuiiing them o bo1Iy tent they turned 3b1' -)

A ROW Lis.R51. OSCAR A. MYERS. Cleik.Noveinlxr I TN t the V.. :ie-llon-r-i) leiilofiirorc) )ii( dhy t Messrs.PR May -2. K'). 20 t 'laItiIta-ee, Fla. my hat. ren.Jerinn them po rles. I JpP'' t'lt8Liniment.and quiklvI.tlfe.

Sft. 47gl & I. 1''l. 43 T.mTaxCollector's Sri E &. I'I.Tl f >, u I ill I be coztI oct sni hlle I nn- waweil enoPh! in a l te' c. '

.I.'r-i..4 i fl, who will I I I em'r.ivnr' tf% g V.' a u Mieii sl! safi PROTECTION INSURANCE aboutm as uiuaI. I ato! t rushe.l t o? J Mif.. ani )
T COMPANY LL creditor*. K' atec", entitled to ditnbut'ioii .
it pernn { cad ,
Strayed i fci tot, a-: lid I tdeli active i anil, i iiuiu-lii t ""i |I''"f'!iC4- -hockins rr.annrby lellinsra hack l lou. Ofl8WIr.
Sale. 1 1 A RTFORD CONNECTICUT 1 or otherwise intere-ted in the estate of Sarah
FROM Mule. *l ut !4 Immls hi-rfi, 4 y* an old last ') Y \iitne of nutl.oiity vested in me by law.M I \ r, IS'il. 2ii' If Cniiilal Stock, 6300,000. Daw kin4. (l.iteS.ir.ih I I.irtlvnitn.) late Jeftcr-on your JOhN .qo.' a' here

Sprhiz; lw vi(4blc mark* mvrfh'CUsd. Any tnforuui ) lt'.I (.Xp..f' l r -l. I itl ,1 U I ('i't't-t I r.ufo' in of the r.lx-vc County Florida decea-od.nre! k luubv* notined. to e>.*hil>- La Salle precinct, Peoria co.. Ill., F'eu the t
rFMIE: uutil.'r-igned, Aiji-nt IaIj
Company,
it their OI.UIIH fllsI i ueiii.iniiwitnin! two ironithi .
lion rt'.p.eti ll** ai.l M< will tie tlutnkfully r n'iecllt Jef5 r-iii! ('otniv. <>n the fir-t M .iiday in Here years
I
ePl'4'Li!, anil any nm onaWn vx\v n c will !> jwid for I ,,l. rIi next, the N, \V 4 <'f S. W j of Sertimi (o'. in Am. -I. is prtcu'il| ( to take ti-ks ajrain-t. Fire r>n btrildiv date, to the underpinned or the same w ill be Uir- To guard againit/> to certain the sea- < and their contents, t'ii' tl.e ino t favorable tirm red ami all indebied, to the .slid deceased
purchase projK-rty on ; the
the Jeliverv cf saiJ tuule t m.nt thi- lnc Town-hip I, ofran e I. S. A I II. or un nttu-h lll.relffl FAILING per.iw carrfully. > MUt->;
I inn /nrr. to iitti-nd to the want of the F. H. FLAG, Agent are requested to make iinnu-d'rtte payments to a *P"j i?
lAVII) S. IUtAXION.I1inmsviflc. ) ihvitlp.iy and MfltI-.fr !L. Liix'oiuliV Taxes due t tihe <, The Public are particu'.ail' ? caolione amiti
Citizens of Tilitliieoin; ; Gi.. 1, 1Zi1. 4:1: I'H State and! Cotairy; for 1 S51. amounting to4'2! cents. base cou.terfeir, which has lately
All \vlrf> iutund ivitiiha-iii, K"""!*. will find it to their Qualified Kxecutor. Cr.
;s
Ix-Mde coi>t j'nd eXfH-n-e*. Said Lnds arentuated in Quinine. and called bv the Impostor \Z9 l aV. ,
For Families. the raid Count ofJet'irson. [ interest to call before they let the niMiev' i-lip (toni Jefferson Cornty. Nov. 15. 1S31. 45 :Sin \ B. Fnrrcllf Arabian L-niment." t coughs, am.

;i 1 I fMALL ztwl convenient Loxea SOAP to be JOU.V AVOOTKX.Tax their rin-jer, S. S. KXltlllT.Oct.l.er AVF.RY superior. article of QUININE,jVt re- daniiprou fraud and nn re liabl" todeceiv frc1 : 3lrs.Drperseu x

Lltt.J toul.tNnrcrnUr <( S. S. KNIG lIT.I Collector f.-r. JeiTerrfm CT iunty.Jfovenjber I 18, 1851. 41 tf at list, Apothecary and Pmjr Stole of Notice. heart,ng t Ihe name of Kartell. Th *ore be P ,
11 15ARNARD. Jr '
1. I 51. 43 22, 1S51.! 40 ni weeks after date, I Mtall apply to the Hon. larnivercall !lot it by the name,.te a"f'| saij
: she
of the Mortar. -
NEW GOODS. October 25, ISSI. 42 i Ssgms SIX lhw'p i. .
the of Jefferson dealer will irnrii-e !
e of lrobate in and for County unprincipled aiI risit

Exchange at Par Tax Collector's Sale.BVvitlue TUr.T recived n fine or.4iit! of Ijidiot DRF.SS Fresh Arrival fr letters administration on the estate of William mie noon you for the jrenuine, hut aW3I take nOOI*. Si

JIOCETUES, Hardware. Crockery, W1ware, I' GOODS.) ) MK h n%* Cashmeres M.! lYLate'i, Ilemjesllera : li.Taylor, late of aid County, deceased. I II. G.Farreirs Arabian Linin.ent". and (j fce|, 'l'lieS'rxiItrn
of ihe %C.C'l l in ini- by !aw, I Schr. Win. R.! Pet tet -Old JHcky Jonr*.- -
:
_I"Salt' linn, S.1. F.lkiikeK Kelwr. fliigan.71i.ti po\\er e D'l) .nn-s ll ured and Ckmirenble Silks inpiiterns PER 0 EORG E W. TAYLOR.Jefl a- the genuine always ha* the Iptte p13? t. Ii
| lot -tIp hi-Iote, I ihe C4iinl I I Ili-n-e siQilincx. old fellow has hi* the vuti- I
!-' again mr. ie :
ato
iippenruner. is en
Cap*. lack Trc) Coal*, Pant, \'t. Over Plain nnd Watered CLick Silks, Plain and >r onCoDec,6.: 1831.;; 48 6t Farreli'* : his signature bceu
ii.ul-ilfii: Count Ihe uIVOI4l! M.inil.ixir l the Old Artirte'f for tnedlciniilturpo su i if
I in$ v on I Persons arctstoiitt< to blown in the
Iridle? & inKXCJIANOHforCaJi Watered RUick tSilk Ihese word
coat*, Hunting Coatf. Saddles, ?* yivt-n Yi>et>. per and a 1'
a :M1A\ next, I tin* lollir.Yiiig Oiciibid |>r"oi-ily, 01n es, please! make tarty apiilication.'P.KRRY! Aarahian Liniment, PeO agh. II.
: Cotton and Pioduco of the Al-o. a variety of i ni'ich t liieieol, a< \\ill I iiay $Ihe ?'t.te uiul ConiitTaved \ it ROWLES. t tuswn. fil.a.e an I. nic rninru
J. JI. \VILLIANS.I Which: he M-s to m-11 lu\v. Agents wanted in every esIabhi1 j; _
Couiitrvgeti'TKlIv. pop
doe t llieieoii In ) H5o| I IS"ilinciuiveaiul| creditors, legatees entitled to cli.-tri noi t
j ito November 29, I 1851. 47 persons in which one i i't'i:
!
uvenibcr I. iI.i :; October 18, 1SSL 41 C. C. KYRD. in the United Slates j IhIi.,, sIurnfnfado.1 -
I I Mir ne.e-> rv C'1Iti'l.* inciilctil! I llu-irJo, lo \\il : : or otherwi interetctl in the estate of II. G. 'arretl. Peo'i'' 'S tu
)
letter to
One hnmhiHl, und "i\ty actes ol I.aitcl i in (J.ulil.nConnM. A Card Paul Ulmcr, late of Jefferson County, Florida de- Apply by character resp part.. r
to
i and Hats.AG with refeience, as
: Youth"sChildren's Boy's Clothing, beloti ir, lo Pobiin, I llcllii'I i 'ci i. l Inn u ;; on I Ihe rnilE excrcie of Mi8 CLAVTONV SCHOOL will cen>ed, ate hereby notified t> exhibit their claim* anti good 'l"hat

SOME oflikh is vcrv I and-otiP, just received by AIJaldClti(ota liivrr: adjoining I Ihe l.imU < I I liinerar- <'i ernl> avortmcnt of Gent -Lioneb1e isIii1n. J. commence on Monday, September 1, l&51ut demand within two years from this date, to the un- &c. the agent who will furnish Action't little o

I j : \V.\ T. MITCHELL..lRr.l. ity. I HUGH I O. Mi LEAN, / end Reaver Drab ansi Hack; B.H.Uu"iii ilo.P.lack the School HOUMJ attached St. John's Church. derMimed, or the same will be barred ; and all j>er- Call on containing much valuable 1p at tie!

i : 'vcnalwr I. 43 tf TJX Collector lor (;Jads-dro County. niul Xlored Spoiling Hat*, fur men, boys aiulyoutho August 23: 1851. S3 tf son* indebted to the said deceased, are requested t'J a book ea' of iii iZefl. b.1'Price Ieal! \ snnvith

III Lots for Sale. XovnnW 'K'i| 41 ftn jut recivived. And forNilu bv make immediate payment. every -25 rent*. .V) conU. and ?I per G.-fii fe lsalIs._... tb

J1IIR & RUST. Notice. JOHN ULMER Executor. manufaclnrrd bY \
LARGE u-.i-ti\eut of FALL and WIXTHUGOODS. QcaTined The only Knuine i* nwholrell. et
for fcale.
A Negroes October, 1851. 89 tfSaddlery Jefferson County, October II, 1m5I. 40 Sm inventor and aid nJ 'f,) KVefli4r
creditor sole proprietor
) r miprWng all rticls iittiloJ in tljnnrket *, legatees: anti persons entitled to (dn- '
l li b LIKELY and valuable NEGROES; for sa (! ALL of and is.N: I 17 Main street, "V'Jricrt *ft aPart of tin .
I n-ct'ived y rwvnt anivaU fiotn New Yolk, 2 out of the estate of Robert E.Gilvnn. Dru ?

y for *;a1e in Js f* to suit putclruwr.s.ovcmUr by S. S. KNIGHT. &c.. : deceaed, late of Gad '4len County, are hereby Notice. tale wholesale and retail at rDeiember 3. AMES. Agent'- ly.'yity.. ;;
;
> 1, lb3I. 43 .1. WILLIAMS.. November 22,1 Ml. 4ft J tST rceeved a fine hot ofincn. boyi ant1 Iadie notified to present! their claims and demands to the SIX months from elate, the undersigned, admhi: < tra- LEWIS Then taLl,

-- SahI(1l'I Bridles, Marthtak. Stinipt.. Sptir. Calf Uu1lCrsigTit'd within two years from this date, or the on the estate of Loui-w B. Nywton. doceasad, 27,1851. Setti.4 her& I

Caps. Fine French Dress Boots, Skin, l.iuing SIhti': Kip Skiuu Patent JA'atltVr, l'a said claims nnd demand will bo barred at the expiration will present his final accounts anti tonal ers to t'.e Hats and Caps, flitting fro

3 I & RUST, have jut received a tjood nwort- 14 M) CONGRESS OAITERS, r.f frperior tent I'tui4ian, with a goixi n.sortniettt of 'hips, ttC of Mid period, agreeably to the provisions of the Judge of Prcbate for Leon County, and ink to be dis receded aflI ft ie CHr *fall "!, atRi ,

j: HEIR of metis, IMIVB mid l youth.Cloth! Plu'h and 11 (quality and finn-h. 1 fi r ale low bvW. For sale low \by< statute in such ca'es made and provid tL charged. 0 sorts,ju't v.'tyiTCr rGck,
t
!t I U
T Gla7.etl Caps which they
.. (kt.kr4,1l. 3'J tf I-rnber t 19 tf Octolxr ,185l. 0 tf 18, IfSL 13 fct Octbir II, If51. 10 *ni November 1.1W1.



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