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 Material Information
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 31, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00154
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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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--. TSKMS 1SSSS I3CLLARS *
CHARLES E. DYKE. I :. SI ADVAKOTT.

-- -- TALLAIUSSEE.\ FLORIDA. fymfflji ; a I 1852 :
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WtiON Alt D HIS MEN.MDOXAUTS Ins ---. VOLUME IY X < I
ipinrfi brutally
RESCT I wiring him hy the >nevI i Corrected I *
Benarks -
baits c f his head him of Ga- Cass how for -- -- -
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I forward
draped to anoaU nuy pUe, high low "
(;. CHirMANjV I At the or or Mhne
Bl T Dinner er THE
tree whtfkgi iu the jat.1.,, aud procuring ofi/i.' Jacitan Drvncralic At- lufc ,rvnds tiit: urgehi* MOTHER'S EA1IB. I ttliich have been
lea\ tread of a Iwie e1inn1 l out tip- a rope, prepared 'o cairv into execution social ioa, January 8. 18.1'J.Tlia Mic' I hopes mijfce: of pretrtsLpns.r.nd BT fHlEtrS STS-APf. by the 6'onpre in market for thirty years
the at''. fl* a h o1it.ary' % rnPinau i ode nitg the! last diabolical order of the blood Uitretv j ,lutMe to no part oar nature, and are A xrRa'Ten p orpfjai, fl.ilJ vm*. I- ** of fi? United! Elates without
nftbe Santee river, and took hi E(1tlN.Ie( following toast havi'ig been proposed I : Ctnre- ,ojrt:) v hoover en- But cieauly, at Uie bc t. attired : I finding a purchaser, have snce the
a1ti raying
baii1 i iHon. tt.etii l, '- 'itli Fur vh of tbat road oat
ie
,
Ldfni..jLi wiiil
niotk-r advanced
*t8v i JR the diii'Ctiou f the farm house of In the t anUmo thr gJ.'ed which )lv>ro tlio ti '.ill! of the nmoritv, and if ho'ssicr to. The common usy f.I st'tree*achwe.j: reiuoredBut buy as eight dollars to three and sa"hgh
LewisCttss
about ( ; pr
tWI! ITu-iUT- lie was twentyfivej fl.iuj Jlariou, sw41)t lajMtlly onward for (tin- : A ditingvtiJtc..dmm ftt f. i.otid e\inc s hi&gratiud by laithfulof -Rlien the auxious day bad Lied, I1 With Mmilar acre.
a
dim.eargo
a-id re-01te
j. >f % Kud was dressed i in the aniforniUrjon' forest, and! soon dUtaixW $11 save the I.atriut-.4he man who fruali ,tied the his duty and if It seemed to l'e bet dearest joy, whistle is wh rcver tEe steam
ont't1Iz2 ; he fail he k ard
rode lall Quiniuph- His should To her it be
coal most
; -\ men. HP a black ( which was mounted Etlet $li< himsdf 1eaty. name i is intimatelj ...sfociated Men enter the press pale hand on my aau, I the conceded that
I democrntcineyard' And cost of
i wa: eemtetel anwd for ofll'iitf and he that with the history of hi} anti fal as afaftb-1 pray tlat God vuuld guiLe fcer boy. eonst-actug railroads i h
f.tt'.4'. rn soon sa\v tho spoo or JfiJFVe cpi-raon& tit tq1e!; that vhe nKist inovitalily l le overta ,: democratic party honor the man- tip end-[greaf Ch&Pr'gJ-work] But raf rr, eacli triutcr, taow aod more valne to the immediate increase of

He bad evidently been Mated, c dtwnjsbi.tg w ken, yel she plied tbe whip, and they flew IihC ] M- CASS, on rUtng to respond a dvith an earnest \ ill- zealori'lyj St proving 11041
xnsoeeived l thea ol
make for lost lime for thereby an angel parsed her doo question a special tax
to uj p the( wind toxvard the gloomy ood thdtioom.inl with loud and Ion thit if he docs r, for their constmctron -
not dejerre
continued the Ant Lore
chering. ofiice h lii it
ho
d le. Unoltfc flld was urtrel fawaid at a rapid tip before them. Rut a'hundied 1k said Fellow seres the And atray t seem, in view of such
: I ,
yards ij. citi/en", it i h a it sk appibbatioi of every true drmo-1 -Jljcy fca.ip i what is gn (acts, could noct'l with
Jinp an*' I"8 **>v vand n-J anxiously and teiveiH-d, when, with u cfeinoniacal! : Janirli he i-npOMd uptm any one to follow a iftr th cnt for his adhc ion 'o the prim-if-Its of the Who n Vr knelt ba dvirtfj led, I ishna j is bo-hind alrno no opposition. L-M*

l ry l] fl'onml' him ; ttHrtenly a bight: red d *hed up )beside bet, and sizing Hold! of hor pl iidid zwldivss which you have jtif4 heard ': pTt3Stu'b havi* t 4fl: my creed! and I AH other troe on e-.rth i is r nc-f men in works of t every state fn the V

(41 broke tl Ie: forest, and far down the stream Inidl* rein, by a powrrfnl fflait cheeked (''i,> fjufn oar nolile guc>a, equally njaikeii by thy Ccflrp, and sur-h wlf} fliry Cs'nfino to be n v Save that wLa-h wee[* a mother deed I1 bas relied internal improvement. She

the larid spark asoi> 4 into the air (rait of her horN, and by the time they rearhed IKM rharaetcri-tirs of the! head and lie heart.1 loin as I am ablets-go forth with to so A stir 1 Kfo; was SOUR mv Jt>tBof source of "wealth.upon the .Mississippi*! as a faturO
you Ar
:' elJ a re-f glow planted uj-uu the Rare and
ihi> cenflag'atioii Mow. ILt&14y to a halt and Lut for few : I fch.11 4H1 1 wver rjmte f'rtot this magnificent river
.j iro
ih4 h
,
throwing his left arm a- a ir.omt-nt- (> juin '(? ji tliis entirnspt floats less and
iii hi* rtinup*. he jj.wd for iin i1ta11 I round hor, le atl > I lit the fin-t v;: l ., by the The prayer I neVr shonla( tear again; !le of the products of taa
r < mplf to draw her to biu place, fellow ciii/ens, I ft- nk | hc-lty aj p < ,,f.prv. f ti,, t. i '"- And oft, when fearf inrtueed t treaa grc&t western basin it
drain "
?, tHp w-ri. flI4l t1'1 -"Vr t tMvtJod Tlw nsrjjjj rt | r u 4KJt.t U ,| hrotitrhl yoa tr tJL.lrriy. t't ikt lLo.1'fc.; tobebfr-. The rT2 hfc1 Arid that 9"ft tonen-n.Tmr I der.Iy! We are su<
,. ; U is the house of Hunter! Ai i the \varjn }Itd! to her elwek, bat'U wcSa. > pTbwi aroused to oar true Crfniiitfon
Tm'ksWH
*' ** of JrtmJirpJV! ? V'l'flUmelind < "!fH"ape nnue .rm n; 'S,. -"** S Sl 2
* 1 *Hrt tie nied! sent i it lushiuubatk, and 1ir n moshe ; I Itave srvel it during the bottyr priion -' h hard tlwir roo tery to reeeire. I clouded.It utittnre -
9M 1 O9d tW to meet .
"; ; of a !tfng life I I in EL lor demoenicy tp Who n*' to
(lif; fctnicK h1S *P r* tk4) int : v.l.fg\:, c ft tviH snort, ped .r'-if! sr-i't one wild heart teiiuFhri1 mail my days on <-irh! aic ondt\L I ai.-I tlnir to I could >t-Jw uW >t griev in beaTen projects rotHt be made
1 lie, ore oairood t4 party to renc1 ft4ty w < m ; practi l. Every energy -
ihe k an arrow frm a powcrM! bow tliroagh j""otigh the U3rn 1!') wood, and [{*rent cheeriujf.] I am one of the very few j it; itnis and it< Wth. f<1>"ei .l ft i iti.i i. And thus fr)ra many an at-ti'-u-drcftd, I of the *< ate, and of Hidividaals roust be
the fnret raiuly pnde.ivorod to shake off his hold.f iiuu $univiQg'nJjo were apjioinU-d to office j Too iark for human Gyes to scan; I
f exerted
font to
i1i for it 5 th arirar'
< ; improve car condition mierv
tn It* thai jtitiinuh of( tur p-ditcal J'.titb Thorn1 1 -jof > ( Th< same fiiwt hand np*.nmT h.'ad I
The red ftues ol w fire tit ina'rji.n t tint cry if d iptir width went tip .is 3orson. [ Ii! thc. ffi ftC aiwn Ae i4'tUfldjfl g olift| andit Jrem ihe Hps i' iinored iunocenw, was heaui fheerp.'j xiord appro1 1 nnnpb ol| lstorvof a victory not {for coo- I public improvement, will any serkras apeatitiofi
'. jr..i ,?i ; ..i<.i.iec. !>i i'.flMn..tof ( ii'ti''i, j is warrant eTunc'.i f'r :,iiy man'? (14-! From thfIsfi ptator.
by ears ttnit ihitlti'd witL ping of mortal aguny j qne-< bu for ot-fencc, scuieved i y tkejf be made to the plan of a special far caB7
mocra fiiroat el < erinjf.1 And I
('1 : v.urdepi ( a* it \5batt Uj aa j i SCIIH-S, ai'.d tearing y. ft-eK} anry oftlit countiy over a vet<*rna and di>- cace of Eailros 3s cm Heal Estate- property to effect ocrobject ?
the w4'fld zt iidtl 1m r.i'lf from lis exefiitiujn': .?, Hunte: rnklifjw (*!iizeit thfit it is warrant enoflffh eij lined afmy. "Hial yeomanrr, od<-kilf*>d in I The committee on rail toads i in this tate

r. 1 ', gwwp ut 1' iing cIflheIs.b "wayed in mount the wjill atd fly tcs tl'" ns1 1 for mi.e. [Renewed riwii idg.J But J did arms onrhtrof fwl in
11 tips. qukcrtd tviti: motion, 1H11 It th.t ("we .>! hi
.t uvi4UflthT* *" gebut b.iihufr bsei I'irm' of irnn, and M> pieadtngR loll i i nt t enn'e h1?'!* to HMOO to n. ty j-n''h tj j>ic. a amp, iet *nd drove h 4*k to the a one i I e!state. To those who have not pcs iia}*; ir
Voa cntuf hf'-v f"i} i h"r *n'i-i ''i'ra'iH! fc.pes, herar fears are'U"j
th I1ItIC Li.. f it* hearts rwble i twit 1 1laiucif ennneeU'd -i fnrU ifn ssed the actr. ty and enterprise many
$ as itpoi. 4Jt? _: sj ijpit izropd I-i i *w mnnr
inkie inoryow
': I1tS timay l caJM. htf tri1ti t'> ; npot3 tl.i eariii, the >!&, ami left Iwlhid fiG traea

iiore Ihefaw nf n f mnlo: J v ffrviebr-1- iptln a: iT.i 'i, M I *iE.4; NJ sfdk'UOJisu. : jo Uit <*f ihe de-iiioertieptry. it i about rji-ed skil and renown in runny a bntiie-tif lent, the facts obtained are of great importne. f"p, a the bp.aLt hearts w stir'it th nt.

earth awd s*iopng iwn lt we.. nt- t rover of Ijyj i'K'N<;and: i.Hu ia(1eefle. I that: past* that \t.u.t in Uiik.NMW i in l-nroi'-e [fciitat eht inj Itxtas'a"of tzti As the sice s of onr" nrespnf mil ;> Ext that -rk and yitu-r c&&ppoistaieiria
oatdt' U ulaticc, lliow p1iid niy; fellow citizens, top puni'i'ika oionr iad' movement, probaUv iftpend* the iosj r.ita us all. to-niormfw :-
jied '.ith p ug a'th lc>i.e! her fttherif thiftrruI $ teaciiglI dc wo:hi 4antir iii. opon i I It b aii lul'iut i ia rod
tnlrjo, to all
ftltutl1 aud |H.i1fd( ik wetted locks fiwiii ; tui&k. \v< lit pchuj 5>. "i 1' I wh'| nilV t r a very nine* rompiHe *-. vadiu' a ft?* Put.k< fctUib' d U> dicir Liestitu-l I u cquteeuiee by the |>t*>pe ii a- teal trataUfVi j V.'Li.) reud kp-.->i: liticd, though full of caayliar 1fe -M*! 32'
her brow, whc't1 tut' fe.i: mis.i1tIn J f n v jU or.t, and oh. tV th *11 o-f Im-i- tk runs may trad then and he ho' tint= run! letermiued luaiutum them. [Retj to raise a greater portiOn or the required TDuJiL1eda4vttttDbkw.l |;

}it ontranci? M-d ipiivl J 1tir of life ; u J Jtkn p s es'.i.in of Lis h.i54.min ihut! iat i48Ifl U wads: may t-nmprehewf tfi m. The abiltty of, rt wed eh iing.] e 8 j ital, s clear appreciation of the heaefieialpsiilts I

raWng Wnipff t !Isis fuit!! Iwitrht, hojrasjwd d *s>]iair. The loatn fi *w in ii-tips i.it 4r11I) te man t4 ffort'iii biwi.et! the! right to govern It Is a ftod I place for it ? Jackson H rll- | rnmadd to property mnst decide pnMic action.ili 1s-aB4orin in a dcswrt Meal and

hwwflswHh } iiodic clutch and }lij of Sflim, and a' i It'eiM iou of th.oiu 4rc'n.I im'tl1uid tbe duty ot"Pol aiitM< r to tat: from him who lt ed i UU cott'.trvmen to | '1LaUhs e are so nuiked, Umt their staterBcnt inbe Upon this ird her tasrrfjr r et.
Ereiithed (ordt in fenid toft& ike fciii kuord (tf t1c o:9.: 1w ; t' i r't4 rt. !i lit .*I-i'-.lly: rtpre'd c;.init.ii ol llie u.1'- : and io lictory o: that fwutld day. 1 fll.rrv strongest puihie ar cioeut in favor ol To sth a p.-rti o of.for**' gnJ Jc n &iwt;
j:> Ifv t'1-' -. arn tin' .!latn si Amiwbn that nonow.he
InEa'i fajj ul jtu.'K'j Se* tlia plan that promises sn'.e to oar road got
the tF IH :uulit(1 : : I'im well, Few Lnt-vv him I'tttei a fly } tir-j .
And tunmig ai4-ijn<1 va* -iiinut l pi; S h fl. .ij u tUtan of j o'ir fiiitt. [< Ivrr : ] fh T: U tVv. I d;J ft is tljf pridt- !r :* lift,1 tjnyed' > fmv< c' Between 1 25 ind H'iO, tV ehy of HoI
the tp rt, as lie oand ..! a Iwnstf'fc gUn ituiioti dl I Ciernpa'iJs on eaMh. lV rn l!:*? t. ft I "lt. f !f e law 'slid l Ih Vflphatlio'v -.. ( .} !his Pfinful'rt I 'bft'l! '! ehfiMi l.i- pruned: only 3JOJ( i Lt [MipalaUtn; an: d 63.iu .-

hi* wr, ;,< -i i] Mf' ) ,i U pi I h vn tl o ro: t I Iii c : Ute ri.uit '>< man 8(1 !m innry with a sail ant! aced 4tire till! I 0 uoooo i valuation of its pop-U.: 'ihe I Ieuterpriae InattI L.1eT..y SI' J-rrtowt

..To ..rI-DflsnUr* !t f 'frcd ; i rt co-i .1 l,, !I.i-: ; j-iuu -tV?. ; '. j 1 J t'.f ni'.jf.f J '' ,, ;{y
but wfinJ liis Jifiianpc'd h n'i i1.. k J ;-. : i* ii" biI 1 < \ Tf 7U.1'S i { p j iin U.u- ? umt'h v.iiit Limuu u U-r* and andf r all ti reotree prop'r".tfJke this : :rt; .r .- .- Wi- .... a rn..ruw-
aadbo in tin handaoi l m'ir iji'1r\ f i I cb"< j %; 1f tlw of lie i <"sty at the present mont, it tLn e euted.ppearfinee .lai: it :. i j .at on "li.1D- ..r' v '
> ( %!.C *u d-: i: i f. mi h' Tue rush of >!lie sknd tt'asit ai ti.\ i.ntj <1 if in ht> < i Tp Si* i .'-i.ii < ..vii i' tut t'-v fl ft4 I" f v n s", !nf i:, .ttit.} ; 1nl .tirr *!! I m, tt a nm of ?tcif-!. .* of pienuture 4 cy. To re- ( P&iiit; it?titud Leu!; &d.T LJion! ;iast lxpa- :

ic'-$% wd park 14M- 'l hU } itO : r :Mit; c1-rLb t iit. '. 4' t flfl. Itthfth ifltrmtfjt, fprol.itv :ch c : Fg.ety! of tpTre rieve her sinking s'ortanes in Ics-Jki she com- CV.u. ... i_ ; .e t > pair >' i Jon's ear,?

bor .niu: *w led i 4i* lrii l uf t'i'' l 'i '. u \i i ti 2 't ii' a '! '.'i -. r ; .1.1i .1rttjj :rt I t: j.c: .' I Lt' d ; : (lie vor1I. *sf tn'ring kfcleit! rnced to pierce the country with rai1atb. E.V tt-q; v teeti.il .ti
't I : j 'rle state lent her aid. In 13 10 3Jfi"afm 5 Tht.t _r.: tuKis sr' ti! hrhtestTU*
and ill feu uit' admire -
m&nuua, gltuicc-d \ { t ; !*** t'1!! 11 1 his *i he wbw 1 liu-sjiory we aiiil -plore. p .
it Ii;. li.I9( U.I 1! .' ', f r !H.T! flJ: ) baJ 1C9 wlv.EuiaJnuii and 650 in lite t ti..c *' .x unwrt.in.: -iitfeebcst '
Blare around tiins.It knoun xi ai r o :> y) 4I tlC bwifa' -/*- hi' gov [Great ehftfrirtg] Ii v.. s one of tt e few I j s ett | :iLine... : i j -IB hjn fLim; trbowai -
fi'vhi ,
wrs McDiu ii 1: tie alBanced of Muliuuc. *. /? > :.*. Tori** firin I T. mr." frT t'> )> 4.t&thtjt. It'" i < .1 Oi, 5 tnn uli m Vovi-i* ce > }- t > ra:; up| f rr |process of construe tit-n. in IS40, the asipss fr'iihri: ,- ;iay: perupeee wrappeti
f"1i' r>i 'j. Tv- r--i, 'd vsilae of 'tv in the State wc .. .
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: t"* i:i tlu* j'lT.ii > of a.-tiiu i1un( propk ;ry' t&inpee.
Uftloly brow WItS ?>4 ptilil r* t't>t cft' 'Jh'! eotMin1' r<* f.f 1! ln* p d : c It r,4i %ie found 4it! -is iu the "' a e of m< n t.i vtjrop j urpt their c-harrcte npnn tho ht-tory of ":J'2S 5,87S 5 In 1 >1, tuotat: > i- I JaTO.ISV u -? .is-.c ; and it sIa !

&rad f Ti c th'jt lLy 4ieeMb h>bi i /t !1.i :", .I-'ir.i! li.* ',. r. ii-i' t ottn*, :'tn, i r<'l";: i' .* tilt 4 : i "' 1 ; r' the} worid. Of ;all I b* own with whom i have r.mhof road ccmict'1: 1, : t a ct tf 8I.- a'jaif u- z,3 TJ] *purMiuff sand
t > ra -,t M'i.i i i'K IM- ('. hiJi' iffbut i a'ri'hiti't nnj i'. n (< i 'vr Li ii_ 73S08. Fier eeM'ti at fuue lrlOl &B 11. Bd *tm* gmt *
andli cKeak ;< j u! ? as lW aWt-1 i"Sflarnn ? : : i4raItg; Iitfl brought in contact he \iastlse wisest | jnnd a projjort toe same T ihit athi (4oea aralia
*i 'v tu be r' ii: '.is: <- "! ) Li" '.--id \/ 1! -\ -. [ : : whik cren t Unit* of iu ? istioixjHJIJ trnI % ; : : sov fj jtl niicfi the groatrsk [iuutUui.uti ap )iaa'e.] f>eri Hl H $i> >; nn The e ace, gad roti k and sparklers hie r
irenilW lik? an as pew( J Jar, V1Ui his ijoaom if(* llj- ''it l 1.:j a '< : >c< iii in 1 > < i : ''tt"} j'OJit'v :t' d not j it I j*?* af'JJ{ \ will! t-ke tlsH (vjwrtuuij o/ 00, MK>, Tause that reiaain beLiad
"if" 'D< riikf ri\ .% 'Oro, ami I <* .K llf 1, :"Uijro aie no pj' ti 'ii*. VV e maiiitain of than t'.M.s .
heaved dmort }artiug witd tl.v f O! iAi L. Lit c ; : .r 1* p jrr ( me of his aiot: prj-i.ia.-rit elraete.ih.-1 1Ifc earh Si-ri bold of t'ie'! ins nf Msi. I' {hat %tr, coaiitry in ihc v. "'* i 1ia< tIk4 iijit! ia.iJe. TLt *
cmouoii, as he hUuuUd faith \& thi, ag; Lis bean- nft'* palfrey. Iw tinned him toward the farrnn 1 1: fsl'.l'l. h atwl to ch.i::j. .' it > own in tiiuii a% for from that as tinns is from m;hne i i'Ie rity of Boot 01 itevlf!!; fn-m 1845 to lS5t>.i %Vbh kads t en tiiatfi the spur f bop ?rv

My ld-'t! ray fario" wSore tu1 *!hc> i !** iU-I '] gUoppd bn&tii onuard, ->u* zI! i-S mvn jlt-a uio. \ e %;c all of u- never )hat-tily k-tt uautd uj.on. aay great | J rained in population 2lOtD inhs't!.itant* a- FrTa d to dar wJb jmise as fit'se
0 1 Ju .) fljt-ie n hundred red drting .r ar1 tL it all I the emi> i fit th. ,ul au 3AQO in the ten eff'g! -' the ri.i fruit wMtB Ckk 3 all hir without)
( o seek the otiftnv of our I m, ist' ham o< U4b 1goinbae i-.ea-.rre. HP w if he dt-iioii T.ulrfijs! Cnptiio E111i! % in the ';trt.** nit \4t prepare (for "h irMutions .1 oats-: o, s with ealai deliboati! < n, and totn'rd smli( i; 180:.and her rei1 estate gained in five1 Jt Va-'L: is *> the gnvc aed eoly tibere-

rnJ uta will! fu.d li-r ho'.iua sCfk," and ** '1'1cirdoorti i ib s yhid-listen !1" and n hefRpofee S Hut nil! of *ititn at |>rtpci: i for bitter ones .; e-t'irned them in his luiu-l till he arrived af J Ja:8 cars ending in 1850, a* 50,008,000, aj j; W 1 PS Death Iius eiaind u.i Li oa,

tae ini'itet fctiodt- to sui si U. a loud volley ratij; forth upon i1i! eia-f! sis4.ll thi'V tjoy.. : Bclaions. He has told me that during J 1nt 5.000.000: sf pain during the ten j, To-raonvsr ea.1* Jis ,peli.Ax .

Earli niy fti a Jj bw: lui'g isnice this and the' thick volumes of &ni''k< curlt-t up a- i it h;"* tiaeii viell rtq9tlrkc'i l bv oar illust'ioiss this process of ronfc'iU'.aUun, uLen the bobj| j rears ending in *3IX During the last ten [ ASFIUESS Fesui.ic-.t

dt'd happened !" jbov* thts rottf ,
d'rn< rPoUfldt4i the Mmoa -i ifm'ti jrtC4(h's'matritvi. No r n sljoniJ ejwct \- ot Boston had increased in value i int ,
\t an hour dace. ., ( thrimjrh ya.id. on: hi a as to lepIve: 1 Lin <>f.*h rp and ret, 1 1ulmo 1 res estate i writes that incident which
an
sL fi\d an c'Ota.iog: lai-ee her lover, { that the severity oftK, d.poi5[ m of ceiI Ie the rate of 10 cent a In MassaL'busetts 1 lately oeeom!
'rbi'n. 1 ii y the stids fif inv forefathers, cA.il | upon : tLtght. But J per year. | at that place has occasioned considerable
ja be mine '." and tn i'jg his *>lwl lie t'ho replied by Fiwplv ayinj'- I I42iS can give wjij at oiiw to the ftetdomjwt4'ujoy. \vhtn he hud rortched his cor.cisision and < rail rouli have hence, more than talk ,

lashed:: rapidly from The *-f..:, foUud b> I ** 9I I Marion find hi* wen !" I But the path oi'niu i iaouward.tThf fornjed bis dt-termiuaJion, bis riiffienltv was
uuiitcr, afttr taking' ; one \\\nyt\ ring took attj : Of tli hundred incn thai went forth with I roati (may be thr4kUh tit.I :uid M.u'ii( |r. over. He looKi-d n-'iO'er to the right! hn vd 'II the rate of tnxunun tn.jte than oae hahl i New York together with formerly
his4ife and child
Elle.rlie and ftotii ti ternw ;but every trial and & (ffej:iiir fuauhlieP a hpsoitj To tlit-Stf stuti iic force, the n
? bcene of ruin left h biad liira. not one efe'-apod ; >< t nor the left neither italting nor do.iULgi gne >< greater two old climbed
# widi i'-h their f Uinj iredtb*) Tories. j the more ; and the Inn* will rorne, in UodVj i I but wait frUd, ut onward to Lk m.tk. fa ft has been presenttni by the last cena i world years renowntd, to the very top of the

The lieain of the mimiaj fan gilded the i i the b' tlkf montius 'aa call 'd b}' thW, j' goil time, when !II 1 will W free. I And ihas he went straight onward; to the that in the counties of \Iissaehns through httle! Sugar Loaf"-he scram-
Wins a at time and !
tree tops a ''f l ;g'ancd' redly"from hill to LIU, 4' MCLXLDe( fltcr :." 1'4'Uow citizens, though we are no propro- : Bank (4( the United J$taU-s and overthrew }it.1herc. 1 1j which n'- Hail road ;s built, property has them tip ways a pulling

as Captah I11..re mid Ws party i ifrou itwd ndipt", though we al'ow' er 'iy nation au! j .] And hat! he net done so \ve might ht'CD indirectly enhanced in value 150,000-I stars and up stripes.fey ropes Sirs.-and UardelF there Iras planted the hon the

the LUck forests, and 4Bntei\Mi non tht I The Tarn of Life. vis! every nation ta teriunu* its own :o\- i this: thy txj cnJcr the! poveninjcnt of that tI 000, since 1810-which i is only a little aboxe of the '

more open c<)uairy around it. in th<' e1Lr4 Form foity to feisty, a iuun who Ins prop.ty erxIukeOt for itt 1f ve do wbh-and as fai asw I worst *f all! powers a mon. y | ower. [otid one third tho increase shown in that portion I i or teen to being tae top uf only the skote woman rock.who The has ever

or the group rodt- the p'ietm rs and the iof :\i' \ rtgu1ak.J hi'uself may be rons-idiTed a? 1 can with propriety we m *nn to itns,>5st- cheers.] It may not unlitting the tineiS of the State through \vHch! her ro.icfs pass. remained tbe-rock party -
overbrnsh and
her
tie' odict-r nften H-sk-d with g1oitttz ndmiration I in th prime of life Ilk niatuu-d gtren :thI ] that every nation Mull be ppnwUeJ to exer- I S atd place to notice hero tho report which In Gt'o-gi.i, according to Mr. Pained eolfection -; whii-b upon
upon the fair felur of f ol' facts, lands on the line of the t bnt- I bage covers s portiorr of the mountain.Its .

l te i Marian, a hc t-Hentty; and with tlovn. I %,ions *o the Htt*('ks of iliwanf and estperibat I [CIreat < lu eri'!| .] We do not care f not write his own prod! tm:rtion, ant! haully tanooga road, that in ISiCi could Le bonght .height above the level of tbs sea i is 18COfeet.

tat t-jes rode ioug! wit a sturdy trooper en& given his judgment ilu Romnlnesg oist -' lilt is ihf Russian < V.ar, or who it is, that |l new wlmt was in it. Little do thc-y ktiovv: fur ti-rt, twenty, thiity and fifty cents por acre,

*?na each ode, to ptweut any Eud'tiu re&- I i.iljiUaliility. Hit. mind j is ro olute, j j tatids in the way ; but we mn t say 1ft cvcry -' him who liflieve sue-h a libel as"" thi;. That: commandt-d in lH4i>, when the road was finMied. I 5/tn Houston IIrsjifJ.Jnof the Vash '

sl, might form tt, 4IicI p Ta la-- 'finu and equnl ; he at tum-s the UiaM)' O'tI\\ people tletprmine that
. gnt ih irty had trsvf ibd mi with ; I.UfeilKSS: builiih lip !l eO".j: f U'JiO" Oil t i1 f'.Uttd | Sv* j .imi keep your ha twenty doiiam per acre The same road$, in; the Senate, says: .

n'n ?;.J} j-w, that the twiror t5un he ha formed in eailv manhood, ami 1 1 chveiin' ] I belwie that t be the almost in; it which bo fiid not carefully consider and its extension from Chattanooga down tNashtiHe ** aaa Hoatoa sat dressed in dark! pante-

')fte> <'aWlI tt. IV lua.t ,rznJ passes tbtough n period of life attended bytuuuy uni versa! wwti4wnt of t'w' American peottLo ] \ i apIrflve. Owin to the im; iift eti.incfj Tennessee, r'g trough the I| loans, a single breasted bin n3i ary coat

s er ptti.ed, the ezpti gratificiiuon$>. Having gone a year 01 [ d sind continued cheering. 1 l$! *rnag<> a more xtentle!
l d to Ture tne relremeut s, and two pa jtlixty, he ariires at ii critical period !Now, my MIow; citizens to r1urn. to the have bet!i pv'n to some portions of it than Dai-idaois, show the foitowtrur as the result oi the akin of a panther with the hair outside.

fron t arJni giHcv he had HO i)1u C34Upcm in the i toad of exi-slence ; th
her, Vanmi, WH* l.d tb Wieve he wcdi14t.J flows b fore hini, and lie renininS at a stani... f.iur-fl-ihs of the time thnt ti.is con1ifutiori i was the \vok ot hb own Lunds. i &aw the rond wits cKasteu-d and pat under contract days when he was a chief of a tribe. He always

ofx5.ence! towatd* her, and still lint jithwart this! river i is a viaduct land ffovernmnt hive brtn in operation, it I manuscript with my own eyes. [Loud cheers.} in 1848. 'ilie value ol" property in these ;:: c' mcs on with ome smgalar dress, ofn

jecretly resolved, ii opportunity vrent& Wied 4The Torn of Life" which if crowW'in j has been administered bj the
aicty, leads to the valley of ''old age," a. ty ; an J wbut b-ts that party done! ? 'se bir. followed the lead of any *m<% eitlier m conn- j books, was ts foilotva : however bo soon lays aside, and puts on

The rt hawd ))r4nre the gate *t II I8t! round which the river wi'ids, md tiien fii '..vsbcxond i sj.'in with: 1 Urea, uiiilk >m of peojji a little sel or iu actioo, did mjuktiow the min; whom ; 1st Jan. 1S48. lit Jan. I&10. 1 what used to bo called, in Kentae&v, '*&&

tory fr otlBehrev and te oftbe teu gjitnuunt- \\iUiout n boat or ra 'way to i-fllet bttipof tenttory sonrthtl.mtic! : roast, and Proxidc'ice in its* kimim had sent tu preside; Davidson iSS-23,178: 14J04,4iRutherford -Ulore ckthes." )

: it open, and t the emaieadti entered it pa -ajre. The bridge h, however, e
efnclosu-e oneaft& r another; the tpaccwot of fragile! materials, n13'l! it depend* mountain**. Now we have got> a world with-. cheering.] IetiIitl 3.2titiol; : Rivers.tkz.wnu. .

king Wide e14g}j lo admit Of molv thaH one upatibou' ii trodden whether it b nd or break.iout I in our boundaries. I tuxd u<4 tJl you of Franklin ,303,654 M v ., of ircinia, in s speech

Oig j in at a time. Thwr long ride bad f0vtried ap plvxv and other ba t characteis HTHtiUo our increai-p ia numbers, in territory, in pow- I Slavery A1tated by O o th Victits. : befr e the great Rail-lload Conrcnlfort at

% : the wea that they hunted in as Cit in tlie virimlv to waylay Jhe traveller, i r, ? nd all the element? of prosperity ; for it On Tbowday evening Inbt a colored man Total 23,864.013 41 N"R'-Orleans, said :

1t OhMUe ; and In checkiug the imj/iUeac ; and tbniftt hi'ri: from tlu pa 5S ; but l lt him 1 i*? written upon th 1nirt of every American.I nani' Junes, tor tm years a slave iti the Showing an advance of 2,3iani9< ia ont flat there should be such a winder a<*
'''fIier Mn'f"i UMilUJ bis !oin and hi'itftelf viJth atiUffig I I \Vt* have added (;'rituv to our oonntiv! ; yar and the whole cost of eon-tructing the Kaii-ko ds imn
iu rivprji
NO, ;i ivmaliied iut : pid qp provide South, gave an acc 'it.t ul'U-: life, .i t % -- trUhoctt disease cit
but her two ir-r-d* had pn* ?d hi. Out- stuff and be may >nd
; tWethenaMvr>i'c(>d b-fwc bar, biddii.? | tjrVct| eomj tfeare. To quit metaphor, I itCXitlionS made to !ik* ? Kej iMc! has bfpiil ; he wfmld apeak against the peitThtrIiustiSuti'in 1,457,000. Ilrewe have the fact that in : ovaFe's-was a revelation for the South.I .-

the, other! to remain behind her, iml as h<* leUw ihe Turn of Lift" i is a tum, either iutu a ndk! l by the men and the nuviwires of the of the South, several z'nt1emenj one yj'-ar their was relameJ, sts the effect Q| I TIe, jinglo-Americans a master race

t'd'-.quuk' as tintugbt flic turned tinheadn prolonged walk or into( the grave. The s\ >. democratic parly. [Chvi-io.] Ay, my friends| ': who UKtfo that 4aMJ>y U.th y greatest trio Rail road, the s na of freveti ftandretl aa4 bad liarnessxi that great engine of im.

* her kiced, and applying lier "tlp' tt the tern and powers hnvitisr: Mchd their! uliuotiKpansifins our jwily luv rani 'd tiiis! country fi-oni (IhoVilanJJc |i in our countryarjd thjit it should tiebolLI. thousand dollars to the ptirkets of trie phn-. provciflt to their service. It vos a labof

lakb!' ol Uie} fepirited anlmnl he pnn*g <*ffiude now iii niltpr to close like to the Pacific, and hare mndo it a ed, cost what it may, came forward and ntisttd $- \i tors-moro than the. co&t of th* roatIwien kI upr'wznentaid tlie men utn. ir race

oircctldn f the I.Uck forei4. A det-p flwers at saus t or break .)lmvn at nw poxver that, 1 will not wy govern the world, in pacing the fxpensca of the hall._!- completed. i although condemned t > eat their bread ia tact

tarM. hroke from the lips of the retnaUiiiiR One i ijuuiciouji* 6timuUut-a Motile ftLnl tx but a power that will have a controlling influence -:.. Much tp tl dr wirprjae, hgv.'tixvr, Jvnct took in Sontli Carolina, frtl. (taddden, the* sweat of tbJr brows by its use, had determined -

Uird as }lfl\vliet l* i his M.nl to follow her, cit m l, nns fo: e jt It -k oi);! 5 a AtrwhiKl ',\er the destinies wf tie woild. And: a different view of the matti, ap; lauUius Stato Knperintendent of Rail roads, snys t to enf as ranch bread and sweat as lit

flIJ it drew the att nUon uf tlo5e iu.idt, a c lu-Jul nyily ol prop ;uiJ t! f witI fM(,re' than that: we have nit only made everyone t DA>UIWtB xr.R for the course ha h..s {.a- j,I It that the immense increased rnlnp imparts? 4Jt ns possible. lie *poko! of the cheapness
flitn diawof! all tlial teMtlslH fore- pali't v.Hll oftheco annexations but every one ol ]: to the landid property i* from 500 tt> CiiOU qCrtoJ-roads: the
ken, a-id snying that the happtest; part of his j j at outh, and of tbe labor at
*' MOUIH njen, and f( !low her! a thotifeaud 'l ufisin it in bwrtiir n id in' (\in'r milif night thin lw? Vtf'eti oppoitdby our political oppo.nent. life; wfis when he was a slave. JztbhiIhe had i| per' cent/* and that the vrttfte, protioct' | hand to construct tlienu .Improvements may -

ul1ars to UJP one WhO secures her afiwf 1.t1JU1ed h<- 'I has to'irt4y L {The-ISacncetof Life, by a tCbeer.] no ohjpetioii) to icttifning to "OU Virgnmy/'j f transom tad on a newly flni biwl road was be made with slave labor, for if is cheaper

in phrcnried t w6 of ii aduv'8*4 s IM? ': Phytirun. The democratic | arty lieeds n'' ri1ogitinfl and thought th fclavefe nf the f>orUb were f" the first year not moro titan twtytbou-. that free labor, End .constructing roads by .

tLastiI ilj mounted his ovr) sl<*od U pursue."l'oon 1.atntilln feffcl > :t one as I aoi. 1t ninc i happier thnn: man> person 5"htHbe tirtt,. [ and dollars,. but. uhjph UJyearthe( maci'eiiittg means of tue former, the cost ot the consticctiort .
I Marin lod! l for I ded constitute$ its bet t-ulogicm. And 1 Ihelie.u This several of \ } will exceed two buudred and Gity to citizens
:) >lcnsy 4bU a O: % \\abttin, laHcr ..writer say*- ft "really'etcitfd tho remtybu- u paid oar area and remains
Lie girl' and 1'U lt-fy tV 'UUa s to ilitd you ; bII been well reinai Iced by many that Kos- that tacb i> now a rery general sentimtnt toYs;, and two or tWo gpujlcmvi Rroea ,and]:thousand dollars!I" j to inerease the active1 capital among ourselves.t .

*;Lin. Oa, cm, giii} Tliur1 ib
and uorse than tUnlh l (h!*)dmd tLie trt* 1 try, by drawing, public Uention ) to the lantger I tit from: one end 6flh- conrttry to thf'Othi'i"j i lie, however, peisi\ujod in !his stntrrueu'ts' and.On Us the same efiect of lUiil roads.upon i' free and slave labor was nsfwo tuonoin f.i- .

'IJIearif1i joy jj ureo tivcrihe cliet'Uoftcrii : of n cons.4ijtthmo] ( the powers of povcrnwut the CQvir1jtO is .nearly unaoii.ion: ? that MC?I i: till thts ihs l of tho! meeting ttoppt-d' tL r dis- i i etl estate has been witnessed. In soajfi .t vor of the employ nrjnt of elaces.To .
as he thO next : tfbamje.- !! { /toto-iV i portjvns of these States property Ira? advaneod -
gazed upon the exciting scene. { and to Ihf security uhiqh i ur Rys'tem may expect ) t-ar \ 'fpu'lc.( J : ,
"Take that old headed dg to thft derives from tlie enervation of t" ndmiia-tratjon( of the government) f '1' 1 1cliPerin -- [ !nipio, than three thousand per cent. Nt\v rrn otvr.- me. vetcral olficer,
t prey { power 1 biinjl for U 1. ALT OP Tiis i'TtAMKR' I'Azr.o.-TEc York cliy: under the! ttTaiulus ofRn.it! road- reconnoiteriog a nhich
tree, and haii him upon the first limb the Stit. To fie one was Aware .] liolit-vc 1 vote ,myt'lf. battery it WJH-iifces*
Jjrathfully cried EllerUie, as ho spurred his (1ftIij4 before KUre lint, evrty Slate have I : [Ucnewt-d chcerinpr-] And in thistat( steainship( J'asijxrn, lately C HinectC' "Ofwthiough the and hhn for ; as lights of things, uith n motivd and neeoss-ity lot. th<3 Cuba expedition, and condecintil, by thuj ftthile from Ib40 to the lime of their con- I "iaeers x\hp \vcie cndcavoung to drssuadejiiax :
gtte, uigcd sometimes )btn ttd if it but an-
*' rd | Ire ns was of zti. labor LT.: S. Court at S't.' Augustine, for .1 Tiolitiun.of stinctiqn it ired fifteen.Lnndp. from the "
i in quick pnrtuit. other for ec-ciiunaliMn, and cditioo it isni'n an& rxcjiion), it i is the duty to ref} I att-in.t- (Ier.tlemiinoj( may
Haifa dozen tntn epranj forvvanl to olicy well)name the $ boirors Zi loudy ami c.llir!ititly for tho good ol L the revenue law?, was soil at Jncksnnville &a\s "Mr. Paine, aionZ the line of,; say andthinkla yoy please; all 1 know :r rIs -
ad is enough that: dangers: and of Vlorida on Saturday last, the 1th! inst. nd ()!iI Llii1 road, that conIdhiar1tn I that the
tho old mtn was rc-leated from Isishor, the party ; and: especially! it is the duty every American lligmu t be hoisted on *
: ccntralz.ttlou! hbt uld be
;t t< long had his liinhs been confined in,) of notfee> brought promiInenily one to submit with cWrfulnes* to its will I Sho brughti31.,1O(), r.nd was pa?chased by r obtiiietl'fr tl askig, tiiIe Ihter the ramparts to-raorrow morning, for I have I
\\lfu lids utlatil -
oe fltio hai ho u JB unable to walk, and J and to our felt U.cirt. by QUO \ I when once eiprt3 *d. Whoever h.is aiira Caft II. C. Tcmpletoti of Ntw-Orlcans. I country Ltluiig'1 to l'rancc and SLiIl, anti I 'he odcr: it* my pocket7LIsHTrn /' -

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of whom it is well known are whigs, orer Florida Annual Conference.79,1950.
rI Shelter- I .
Unionism a
Seeking
: S. A. Douglas We bnye T*'cn toll and yon r.rc told every day, that THE FLOR1DIAH & JOURNAL I well as the class of individual -
Corrected Ecmarks of Hon. neutrality is the true Ann-man poljcv; ninl that plea Previous to the adjournment of the Legislature looking the call as .
II Jit fA. Jatltm Jaoeraiic .4sioiaZioN which have len Union the Convention The eighth Session of the
Dner/the has been the excuse fur the tcts performed of'Georgia, a meeting of the expected to compose Florida Ammal
1' Ja* 3ry 8, IbS2. cdaiinUtratioo in connexion TALLArtASSEK :
the Conference
of
by existing Baltimore tho !
to Methodit
members of both Houses held to agree to send delegates Church
was
I The f>llo\rins tsd having been read, nod rewired with the"Cuban question [Great applause.] They > propose So &

vjth three hearty chew empW the Amcrfcan navy and troy to Arrest the SATURDAY, JANUABY 31, 1852. on some final disposition of themselves preparatory who shall represent a party neither professedly \ convened in the Senats Cliamber at '

ILm. SUrven A/D-mjliw: A not>'c cpecimra of the volunteers and eeizv the provis-k>r.s, ammunition, and in in tlii-i
instructions Capitol
4 election. democratic with city, at 9
Presidential
4 in aid of -- to the coming | whig nor j o'clock Uita
? democracy Uie ari-liitc of Lis ovrn fntune;be suj'plies of every kiud which may be sent & Wc arc requested to that I mop.
r Joans nwr;vfll fmret first principle the patriot!*cause, uvl fct the same time pne free announce A committeee, which had been appointee! for i their pockets to present an ultimatum to the .\ niiig-a loll attendance of .Ministers
and \ritli lieartyappUuc. all ammunition, and tho Anniversary Meeting of the FJ>riJa Conference i present
was greeted to men
DOUGLAS
Tore and
Mr. protection their Bishop ANDREW
the will
pat-wuje the submitted for the action of Convention which,if accepted, secure j not being
He M kike as f !! : supplies v\lich may be tent i-i aid of the royalist cause, Missionary Society will beheld at the purpose, present, IHA L
: f Gentlemen \rhnt diall I eayVhftt can I *ny nft and CALL THAT MTTRAUTT! [Great applause.] If meeting the following resolutions : co-operation, but which, if rejected, will array POITEK look the Cha r.
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p ::i.I 4I .$ rour illu tri'rtH pucrf h&s exiiaus'fti one branch of I am engaged in n rtrule for my lit? with a foe that fur Methcxlist Church in this city it 7 o'clock | 1. Jlnderd, That it H the fixed eleterminatiiwi of the them in opposition. In other words, they t The Couforvnce then proceeded

'.: \ the *nbtct. and my JL-tiu uifLtiti friend from MHjii- w about to crush me what do I care whither you this evening. Bishop Andrew i is sipected to j Ceni'titutional Union has bwn heretofore fre- I to fc
Party as
N ? to be sai 1 with whk-h to beat out brain I has been proclaimed by the election officers. Uev. W.
priate club my
as
i'3 1 J R.in bSFIKl1tkt was cppr lipua tiUh him with a announced to unite with that national party I are expected, \V. GIIIFFIN
| .. j.te'thr. Y .t v>lave assembled here tn-uijrlit on an the v :t iencrat Wth 1eUn of or relic caj it thaw would to i only which wiQ adopt as a part of its creed the principles Journal Messenger, to control that body was President, and Rev. P. p. Sjr-..
in'irc defend 'elf I jfopose
thtt etrV
ab"Ut to
*Bkfl my th late OeonpaT
of I
forth in the resolutions
I trtv b fidVs the doorwide Central Rail Road.. I set blow it With such declarations -j Secretary.i .
: pnie in enDeXil) w ; that p't ptica1 stop men and ipj>!ics on both
t t. .... {hi* country with -1iivh Wf tP i1tthieL e thy i and give free egress to both, I could unilertan.l -i Tho work of subscribing stock in this a 0 Mi..inijipiConventkfl.IelrcJ. Thit i! order to erfct that pohic'r, antuut I and such unequivocally avowed purposes i Tin Conference adopted the
; of as
to the mini 1 a print event hi the wipH what mean by neutrality [Cries hoars for
only they ; of Consti
ust present informed satisfactorily. the 'well settl41 t e -I
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Road on fliClP
ji **I* : of our national history, but it brings In-fore us more (;, is1! gwdrj"] But this"modem neutrality-that we arc goes very I tt utiu'iia Liion l'arty, a State Central etuminittie (I( in view, it needs no prophet to foretell the meeting and adjournment 9 o'clock A
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I< iaatnallately tl cliaraeU-r cf the man w hlias made liich dcuouiw an American fitiztn a* wi outlaw aud About 8120,000 have already this meeting whose duty it I the Convention. for and
<# : institutions than into whose I 5 4Vti1 be appointed by rejection of the delegates by ,! meeting, 1 o'clock P. M. for aJjment.
L I a greater improM EDfl our any man t.irate, and autlwrizes any government been taken which, with; the OOOO, gnaantced hill be at the time to call a Convention comfp.cd .
: proper
Vrfes* lias ever 1iv.t.:! if v c exempt the Father of )hHCountry. Lands: he may fall to execute liim ithout the forms doable the number of Representatives from And this these plotters must foresee. It cannot .

?' [Id reat cnwrirc-] N) man 11a4 cv .r tias American OL nti.urt *hi thereabouts. tot t to -
truthful of The doctrine ,; S'200,000, or sum committee may designate, and of the Convention will! : Christian Advocate
s, 1 tea who was so perfect an J an exjvment not dUtinctly understand. prevails the next !Ye ider.tLd flection. dignity harmony i ern and Rev. Mr. .
.
>
,, democratic pritijplcs as we* Anlrcw JacVs.mf -- t.io. Uiat 1et.ilte we have a tatutc that prohibits tbe half that can and wll be taken,u hen it slullbe I 1
National be- of
.. i 3. JttsvivtJ, Tit-t regarding as we do the require it. Circumstances, however, may, the Philadelphia Conference
Cwcrs.) He VT.IS a great military man. The kittlerJf ; out ,armed expeditions againet other eounti wercj
fitting that the york is certainly goitg 1 th.ni other nation-
found DcHocratic likely
: < ew Oienn: < proved liim to be a Lrr"; but hi? act it* with which we are at pcaoc and l>ecauc that I al to party the as more of the any Constitutional: t ween hOW and the first of June, materially 1 duced to the Conference. ,
adopt pruiciples
.. I Lf. a etatcniuai were as fr nperi ir to anything tliatLc ctatute impovea a rt'nultr for it* violiUon, therefore ahead. j Unini pirty ergjuiization. we believe it the true p liev of f'I change the aspect of things. The leading The several Committees were I
I v. field of battle the sun tle is auUK>rized I
formed the : as brati'h! of goveniraeut appoi.janti
the fxecutu
CVT JKI UJXHI e In advertising columns it will be see the Convention which assemble at the capitol toseni
5s core t,rilliant tlun the m *>n! (tCheeT L1] It is An4rew to denounce the "Sender a being guilty of piracy, our Delegates to the may next Baltimore Democratic Couveition I Union whigs in Georgia may give such assnranees the Conference proceeded to tie renj
,. J >iliticun, Andrew Jackson iu att&t&imnn law ha declared it to be" only a mfsdemea'nor. ,- that the Commissioters have issued a cll
Jackson as a i when own
'
} your with such instructions a* it may I* thought! : as will satisfy the Convention in business of the session.
Andrew JackwKi a* a deinocr.it tint we [Great apiilaiise.] And because" it was Stockholders the 1 1th
of the on Provided iutei
ad'isable and to no veiling
for meeting give:
a :
this iht for the of tint govcramentliasacted proper which event their will most probably Rev. SAMI-EL A. McCooK
bare &( cinb!<*d her1 purpose proclaimed piracy, we HtMl the Spanish should authorize different delegates ,
events a course.
V feh in em''rios all the attributes and executed fifty A.u of next month for the jiirposeof choosing P>i-
crinj, and kwjiing oarn ) it;
I uj be admitted. And! to this complexion and W. R. TITCNER
,. i made the last were
character. Hut, C of trirn Some objection was to resolution adn.jt
that p'rtain to him ii that Ineirean citizen' in u'flC without the 'niw This looks lfre? going to work in I '
: gentlemen. I am not gin to detain you with a eulogy aupuptcrJbt'' iuuLiti'u vf suuleinu treaty stipulatk'e L rectors. I on the ground that it was rather ani i must come, or thay will not be received. on trial, and JOHN W. MILLS was re-aiai.

f upjn Andrew JackooiL Lit hi* own lu t<>ry IK; ., between the Uuitcd SUtes andAfflSSLt SU4. earnest, and we hope that all who have tale ; We notice that the Chronicle 4.$ Sentinel ted. I
unusual nominate committee
.. trrittcu: and no man will l 1e able Uuitc a eulogy ujvcaliim. ; [ ) interest, in the stock will bo presenton i proceeding to a j
,, [1'heer.1] I will not oeipy your time in pr N any feel ': for the purpose of calling a Convention ol f'' is out against the ground taken by the Jour : An application for re-admission to tiet .

d Geuticuien, this i' n f. tiral of the Demf enitie Asi' s&titin" a bill of indictment agaiut the 1resetit a-luin-!! that day, as well as all those who frieHly nal Messenger in the article published from oiling connexion was also made in
;ati-jn.: It i, ml out of place, therefore, upon this and the 'tld 1gttV. It no LTt ('C U''Te the work. A general meeting of tho tit i. the wise and patriotic men composing ?t behalf cf

0 occasion to induce in rcmaikx which may IK.o- n.>derd lurereut pltrpe. They WLl1 'OU Le ('ti t4131 bVf- to is i great party," and to gravely suggest to thai that paper last week. It is averse to sending Rev. Mr. HCMPUREYS, whoso location paper

of a partisan nature Y.-t I would taiiothiaj: lii.tt the ver&igu peopie. itd we wdllktiuw what the yr r- zens from ilI narU.orcfj! counry earnestly I for it delegates to Baltimore, and insists that the ; bore date 1813: with the signature of
Convention the to
C/juld n''t be veriSftl by th truth of hi-tory. Th<. diet ill be.. -Great. pruc" 'diit y will be said on that occasiyitlCisnA1'' S ; lia gaid truU .t uence that we should be Considerable
fn prepart
dBt1I1gU1lII* '.r"I1 atlomin"'***' >Xaill"m Mivliigan ua-eTery inch'o'l t; fir the px-rfonnauee of that duty. [Great apph&u4e: enlist the warmest energies of thepeople I in I that that Convention would be composed of by Mr. Toombs in his speech at Milledgeville ,: ity was manifested to see the curios.

I oBl7ofUiepntK.mlcs.but grouiiiat; vv lave; required of the has act b.-t.n.* the of the result dern not ; C-f The )distinguished has told you senator that the from next from PreH ilichigua!lent i is : > Ii.((1-:r.a favor of the enterprise. In the mea.time, we j as wise and patriotic men as those in tin! j soon after his election to the Senate, viz: : that venerable father of Methodism.autograph Tla of t

4 its [Cheer*.] Each nndoll Ofthn* ruei democratic Pre ideJt I bi-lieve that it i is the will of direct the attention of our readers b an article i- I I Legislature, and the speaker (Mr. Harris of f i that the party will send delegates to the Con)- Conference thought it impolitic! : to

;I. r.eDts ire were tU tn pflIWip1-th? wJUy opjs'd* tikig by the our gruuwl po1iti.a1 dis'au opp : I applau Providence.**.] and Bat the we bliould will of rcmentlx the people r!that also.the deniccrvy [Great on the first page of this day's pajer, headed I- i Clatk) was opposed to binding them to a t ventions of neither the whig nor democratic; 1 applicant, owing to his advanced age.receive be be-ti

: ly that our territory is already to large f r any u ie ar nev r in so great peril as w L .n edonot the Influence of Rail Roads on Real l certain course when perhaps the lights before.parties. As yet the Chronicle is the only! | ing near seventy. It was proposed I! vl

.yEtcm ofgtneniaint Thdr w'1kv_ rwjil to kt jdrtamofUie least dtriar. Our oj>r on nt* never aeliieved Estate." V.'e ask them to the them to different whig that has raised and car.
j. ponder well t might point a course. Othet i paper its voice in nod to leave him in
been alwv* in perferthiuwmv with the principles ( n -jct.'rv except by means of our o ndiiN- opposition j the hands of the PmiJ. !
:
.. their patv-tktt :.. retrograding-y instead of projress-VI | iou. or 'wh *n they lulled us to e-L{p and threw us of! facts brought out in that article. It does? gentlemen took a similar \ew; of the matter. to the Masscnger. The Republican at j ing Elder, who will doubtless
j Ii ; f'r they as'uned the ground that the | our guard, under tins expectation of our triumph. Let not employ aim in
much
country require figuring to caloilate the and urged a withdrawal of the resolution. Savannah is silent-its editors such
i the probably not work be
be united as suited
'ut'v Large, auil therefore no additions should r democracy firn. and vL'ilaiit and then may to hU pHjiical
xw1e *o it. Mr. Madi* a, i b defi-nw cf the constitu* j we can bid defiance to our p 'llUaal! onponer.t5, and advantage Florida will derive rom the Hut on the other side were those who could-'i yet exactly seeing which way the cat h I to: strength.Rev. .

tion of the UiuN-d Stafw. said that ni eoui.tn xrastto i insure a triumnh that will be full cl valuable rfsuitsi construction of a road through the heart see nothing in the resolution which !jump. When the lifts shall *
O, to t* embraced U1 leT one repl!''.!' vrhfeh Trould i' when it shall be acliievcd I care not for a mere victory -ery called for fog we hear from \\ EI>WARDra? continued, anJ D.

McSfiiil- the repres ulativM to :i s-inb! jxrf jrni their : in the election of a man, uul-ss it is an entire, complete :- of the countiy, extending from tin Atlantic its withdrawal. Among these were Messrs. them, and not before-so that on the whole R. KELLOGG discontinued.

: duties, r**turn t th-irentit'.it triarophof our princiji-s. How is this to be to the Gulf. j
it is
:.t an-1 nfu.-r arnjjJS Clark of Stewart Prior Miller President hard to tell how the movement is receil !
( of It is
j acoirapiiehe i f ir. a source
: thor private a5urs. resuni" tu-ir! public duties By rallying upon the old democniticjjLntfonn gratitude to Dirine Prorf-

-jnnjr; the sanw year. It-ipi-l as his been our gi ("trth, ; and fusing to be reduced by any Lypocrit* Florida Conference.- the Senate,) and Meriwether, (Speaker of the! | ed by the faithful generally. A few days will 1! thence that the lives of all the preacLers

d tad: einpoif wide as h the s been,nHViisnie our 'SpanM-ii.arts the"n.rtsn} j-t the<.f vIva lute- ''C- ,| unnatural ical prtt'-ncts amalgai.witiou of danger to with the our Union opponents.that"reqnire[Great an This body is in session in thi city the House.) The former gentleman, (Mr. Clark I ) probably enlighten n.?. been spared through! the past year. They Lava ara

t3tninqui&ti4fl. the fprea-J of uitelli tnoIiavc btx-n j i apjilau v.l The democratic party is *t good a Union present week. We learn it i is not expected who is from a county overwhelmingly union all hearty and! looking well, which
!
Lv Jn'jre rapid than hii bc i.
: j democratic to adjourn before sometime early icxt' week e. whig, let the cat out of the bag I by was i no much for thf health of Honda
lerrit'wy ur pop-diti'in [Great apphu-n] Young as party is the only Union party-it is the j cou-titutioiuJ wjrraut for the annexation of Texas and the territory -

1 rm, as 'vmir toast triMiId i.i.dii'ate! I have ecn tlie 1 only party that can preserve the Union! [great applHue probably on Monday afternoon. Important proclaiming that the resolutions as a whole I not that its annexation rtWa.'' / fitting provision;* represented by this Confereuce. A
*itL1( WbU ornizratuLtted myself ,] because our principles are the | of the Constitution. Mr. season
vpiu makiug a vu only principles it is not intended Jefferson thought ther<
changes said be were to commit the Union was
,
are to nade in
tli
that consistent party rarely and I is
are with ICDitHct. occurs,
it I the
txistenoe
qUi trip uId g'i frn Wachritou t& wy rep.1ewie and perpctuitvof j n<> constitutional! trttrrant for' the purchase cf ly-ui-Lana, never so ranch appreciated
hi thrse wek : iid n I unnt mv r- the Union. [Here three eLects were given.] I If! The Tallahassee District is to I In- in any way. "There was nothing," said he, \ but he yielded to the dictates of what he considered to: fur mutual congratulation a-nl
tune i(ittakee me i'ar dav' t Ihat democratic principles! had b en strictly adhered to. divided i be an overruling public and '
ncr.pi1i and from the ntetiity afterward
raur 4' fourth we
and haul a one, to be named the ; quote report in the Savannah: sugjijestedaii manifestation of
jou.mey. At the I ir. of tlt. a4 pth n 4 the e tt i prevailed the Union would have never been amendment to the Constitution sanctioning a friendly regard ai the 863-

ti<*n, *vcu Ciuldmake the trip to f > >rjria in alx 1.; iu danger. If the whigs,by their unholy combinations, Madison District, created. Several accessions j Republican" in the resolutions which committed the purchase. Hut if Messrs-Jefifers-on, AVebtfer, and -ion of an Annual Conference, when triad

f'rtydays: n' uit takes nearly tu-M birds of flat tune j had u<>t wrested the roerteznix.rarilifroni the l Laud to the Conference haye been received the Constitutional Union of I Clay had profe'-'i-d to find eonstitutioruJ proviriona a- friends
Party meet after
to ff9 tt Califomb! : ; aud vrh "a a nJrv3! rhall have > of the democrat?, the Union would never have been i f/'inst thee mesi ures, and bad, nevertheless, in spite ofthe.e an absence of tweira

beim made direct t<> the Puid c. E it will! be under a put b jeopardy, i ad they could not hare claimed the in the shape of per'ons re-admitted and young I Georgia to the national democratic party, or ( pr.hkhiti.k4, fallen in with or eotuurnatul tLem;, i iI ; montlinrd the labor and privations of a coafererica -

idctawratic a'lmial--trati',it trill take -arly] five day glory if ha\iigaided us inhavi1 recued it from tluit recruits in the itinerant ranks. We learnthat any other party. The first resolution in I and! afterward.-1. wit], n<> e.xpianatii n orrecro.tatit.'D hadproT.of
to make th.- trip! [AppUutft.] I allude t the pro-1 destruction \ihieh was the legitimate result of tu-ir! \ express \ gr *s in eJenc and the iiitcliai.ic arts in eiu.xi.ei j'i owa aols and piincinlic. ITreinriid.! ,!:* nr.Kn.u. i.... : t the amounts sent up for Missions exceed terms, declared that it was tliejued determination I _trn-y would then have been in the precise category _

-it..' tuctu ins of eonununiciition fjr th*- purpose oftbowiu When Union the Tihigs c tKie to me and ay, Let us f nu a those of last year by a handsome hum. This of the Constitutional Union par i'f our neighbor-" eonijeuiy" f>r him. as he SAVS. !; THCKSDAV, January 2D, 1SZ2.
that.io n 3tt.TLow rapid may b uur sro'wthty i party, I hay to them, Uut f'r you, the uecessiI } ty | perhaps ry "goo company crrtaicly
bOW wide nuy be the exp3i si'.n of oiat<. rri'ory, I. for. Mch a ;pJty, could never Jmvc existed. [C ntinu circumstance inspires the hope that Florida of Georgia to unite with that national party uwkward pi.itti..n. IVrhajw* our !ieiluI'r may be so a- Conference met, Rev. MR. Gniyn5 ia

(1W e ontry will! never be too lanj for one rnuljliiould -, 'd aj'j; >lau.-f.J lli'-y must riot raakc :viai.iatiec uiJir-ly | \vill soon be able to nit-ft the exj-nsc of only which should adopt our principles. If| Lie to detect the dKtirctioa-i'fntimt, Jan. tl. the chair, cr.d was opened with prayer by
supj j
j T\itii
Ev if we iT'Iu'JiUit: entire c.iitiueui. [Great I % alx'Utioiu, mid thereby put the UiJon :
Ipp1At:41 I iiud tlmi iu my exoressions I Lave boeuaud iu peril, and tii'-n call on the t'i abiinJou the time lion- plying destitute portions of the Conference'' tlu democratic party in contention should refuse |. Messrs. Webster and Clay" opposed tLei Rev. IV. C. HASRKOX.

rather 1'r.e ( vaue. Vfbfa I |xiofeujityv b.- 'i ored principles of the dcnioe-racy. u.djcin. tL-m ifi without calling on the General Treasury f raiL to adopt them, we were in honor bound i annexation of Texas among other gruontU' Tbe Committee oa the Bible! Cause mad*
g wtl 'Uiit} <>d to oS oprtaa-b-mad republic f.f rx-rpetuatJnc a federal dvnaty under the} >rttextf the
3 mean i<> iulu.J. the i-lauds on tlj cide of the course main loving the Union. [Three. h'jLrty cheers were j b. re to reject the nominee. lie was an old whig 1 In-'cause it was unconstitutional.Ve do o. : following Report, whtcU was receive

cbvwd pli1i of the twi great seaf, [Tremendous lip. I given.Mr.]Prifid-iit lithe Ttiu.u I'i. hoji Andrew reached the city yesterday; of the Clay school ; he gloried in the priucijiL'3 ; remember the precise language used by Mr. and adopted :

Mr. VeMit our system of government i* as well i ir now safe in untiV5p.ti.>u of a was'tDipIetttriumph er in danger, of it afternoon, and prc-i'! in the Conference( today. ; of that party, and cut loose! ( from it i k 1 Clay, and therefore! cannot siy but that he ; The Committee on tie! Bible! Cas*? asi

fubptd t-.thc entire wmtinent as it was to the pee the\ democratic have prtt-ty3t U- the next election.! [Applause.V" .] It is e\pr< d that he will preach in 1S50 only when his duty to his country demanded i.iiiiitged; irt hair-splitting, after the fashion of permission to aubnii: the following report:
*
Gnpa3 brthe original thirteen only to true to .
priicjptf; < are ttrietly and reli providl ioui'v observed uemtxsratk -I ; aid to'our psutv or aiiuutiou our countrY, and, nil to 'I'i'Y'i; priucipies MC-- the Methodist (Church to-morrow morning, at {' him to sever his connection uith it. j i the Sentinel ; but in regard to Mr. Webster | While we jew with lively iaterect the 'rz-

in the administration of th" povernnitnl "The reat 1 tory n-vaiks us. Jyt. us rally the imocrati.' party the usual hour, h.if-pa! te-n. He had prejudices to the name of Demo-i we are fortunately in possession of his opinion riotis mean that are now being used for ad-
ennnervatiteanJ renovating priaciplei.-ioar i: in thutia I II upon the old i'Mies --cpon the old Baltimore I
it the ttsrhte of tl e States. If Sut iht are> ..bw.- I [IMni: an 1 cubtinur-d arlL.nhiLe.J] Jet th" <"platform."iiii :ni<: Wightrnan, Editor of the So. Christian crat,' but he rab willing to surrender those as to the constitutional warrant" for the vaneing; the moral and intellectual improve-

+<3 and rotpctttvl if the frdend' ioeminent is rfai5awitbin I I (,fJt1errrL of. of IVlk, be our Ftarclard of y and Journal, i is present on a \i-rt to the Con- ; prejudices and sacrifice them, as he diJ in ''admission of Texas as well as for the admission j rnent of the worM, we believe there is none
'd its legitimate luiihs iftlj. j dein'raey.. [Gn at avl l vehement |
resrl l well
anplft"-
4 die fiUtfs aud the rx-ople ar held' sacred-rchu thej* I j ilr. IVidci.t, I fear that I hne alidad* trespae4] ference.Ve pre-unia he will officiate tomorrow 1S50, upon tl.o altar of patriotism. lie felt of any slave territory. In his speech at ; so adapted to secure the best interests

can be no danger rwulti-.ig from the iadffir.it'> exten-I too"long on your p.iti.n. [Cri-s of "Go on, "go evening. himself at all times equal to the task of makj Buffalo in May last 3Ir. Webster said!- I mankind both for time and eteruity: a the
f wo oad iKTca-v of these.? State*. [Grai applauv.J on.? ] I ought: to Live rflv': a short rp-wh ; find had I dissemination of the Bible.
a IVhy, air, my fri n-l Lefr' me (Mr. Cnsst dl rc'i- j I r ctived) noUcc tliat! I would Li\e been calf-d! uj; oi State Convention. j ? such sacrifices for the, good of jhis country Gentlemen.! I contend and have always contended i Thertfurt, Re

2ei* w-heu thertwa no Stat j vest of the rang.- of | to r-p nd to a toast no com j ulinI'-t&thr-my ef CVitetitutioii any ines.ure ] solved.
the AHecany mountains; and the prevailing s-iiliincnt | have taken time to Lave arranged iuy thoujrlitM cufliriently instant of the Government calculated to bring more slave tr-j| 1st. That \re have entire
confidence inj
tfex, that that ritns- eTOitituted sueh a larrier that it to Lav mule you a t-Loit speech.! But your remarks in reference to the time for holding great speech, however, was made by j ritorv into the United States was Leyi.nJ the pow -r of I j

was imp"feyjle! e.tn f>v Ohio and w York tlj<- kiii'Itiess and partu'i;. have forced HJC UTK/II the stand our State Convention follows Mr. Speaker Meriwether. ThU gentleman I the (Constitution, ami a iinti its provision That is ]j the plan and operations of the American Bibe -

long t<. thr same confi.ration.! And yet evtry Stite in the midst iftlie roiuccd] by the mHgic as : has I my opinion and it always ha been my opinion." .| Socioty, and! ourselves
been pledge zo.il-
that bas liwn:a Ided to thh! i UiJon in the northwest Ins eloquence) of the iKu.-trious: Hu'i?. !i-in, suid th p.itri- "A State Conventionull 1.* c.illed ton> nin3te I a very prominent whig, and therefore to a

lr ftovinior md Xanlvr of Congro*! aud j whatever side he might take would of!1 We see from this brief extract that ourneighbor's i otis co-operation with its agent informing
.] gan : and after they heve cihaastc-d the President !14i Wtnd ,duo &, appi>hit Delegates) to 'j f
wlii h nwt'-rial from the Natkti! L'nhratk course bo conclusive in favor the recollection of Mr. Webster's' Auxiliary Societies for collecting funds and
J or
am br tw CICJUM eertriia but thnt the swona fpwchei Shou5d l>e made, I )lav* been loft to C'cv4rtiun. We would smTest ;- against
: ttife,ju&lausly, and ttiibSti-jn engendered between the pick up, here und Uier4, the pieces of driftwood vliidi { the early part f>f the month uf Mtv fur tlw ineeting -. adoption of the resolutions. We copy his re- ground of opposition to the admission of Texas distributing Bibles in our bounds.

JTocth: and tlie Suuthwoull *re this have dissolved nii; ht !he fjund floatiug nth<- cuiTHit, and 1 of the Stiite nventi"ii, thus affonlii anise time :2(1. We
ujK form
and for the j marks entire as we find them in h altogether at fault, and we doubt not most respectfully request the Prw
this gori! iw Union liad it not been for the Great Wcr-L mould them into som.thing which I trtt ill not be Delegsites to proceed t(? lSaItiniorem thitrnxle ; reported the

Thre 6l Ia'- stan l Is with an inUiiijefct and patriotic pup- deemcil inappropriate to the occa'i.in. [Great applause.; ] too, tin; ne '*-ty would be 'Lited of Iwldiug Rejiullican : that if Mr. Clay's opinions are examined they ident of'our Conference at its present session

datitio. IxMTi in alx,ut equal nuir.! crs in each of the lit conclusion, I will be {> TiniUd to c.iv, that this more than oi.e Convention." j Jlr. M'-riwethcr expressed his decided approbation will be found to be aa we have stated them to appoint Rev. PL L. T. BLAKU .tgenL1r
rr4at 2rapliical di\i'i ns of the Union, day has Ui-n, as the Eighth of '
trade with her \lo, January always should We publish to-day several communications of the thin I revilution, and hoped it would riot be | and not the the American Bible
down Sentinel .
flowing tlw Mu-J-'sipji to the Gulf of Mex- a glorious day for the doniocra. It i is the mof-t i stricken out. Th' vomiritU-e lad not fir he I as represents them.- Soci3ty.Ud.

ji, and down the treat 'ljaiu of lakes and over the ital brilliant of chtfrtainmerjt I have ever witneBi in the caj>- on the same subject from persons in different I had defiired. He had \vihcd to nominate;gone in as tU! met a tinsf J But the S'nlincl insinuates that we propose We earnestly solicit brother UMKB

timaerouA lines of railroad* ;iutl l canals to the} Atlantic, this rreai r'-pulJic Honored by the preK-itO" portions of the State. Tlie writers of these Mr. liuclianan tr the Presidency, and the cutfaefor } to make the at such time
and "
cad with her fervent atT-ctliii for friends for kindred.i smile* of th) ladis and arJmated by UIOM- :lrirtlc j that was that he regarded Mr. B. compromise measures bases of i during the session of our Conference
< J) (native land, liindu her with Knitiments AvlJi-h tl.c occasion is diiTe'r only as.to the time and place fur holding -I iu standing fully and "
erju.tl;
t-eII best
titlunth tJi-1 the ti-'wiry to lfto\ bo calcula- firmly ujiou the platform of the Ution |urty. party organizations. This is altogether unfair as may suit Ins convenience to
S 1-* South. inspire, tli Democratic
fAppL-iufce.] Ii jw cjm Association have rea the Convention. So far as this section is True, Mr. Buchanan had l been a little tcml-r about and without the claims
adi a UiJon en rlw dissolved ? [TuiiK-ndou's son to fi-f.1 prowl of their Kinquit warrant, either constitutional present of the American BilL Society
he seemed
.] The North and South apjJausc. Mr. Io1igbL resumed, his concerned it is a matter of indifference! when names; to prefer being called a democrat; to the
may quarrel and wran scat amid the most heart but that was a mere matter of taste, about w hie-h no or otherwise. We have said that our congregation in the Methodist
abut unul
gle a question w hieh should nrT enter tJi-)hulls (Zutliuiatie cheering. or where the Convention one ought to qiuurtl. If Mr. Buchanan Church in
All would this
meets. advoite
wo want the
(>f Congrc ; but the Sreat West, will to the South I opposition to compromise was directed | place.
gay he luau d
( as l.'flC. our turineiiulei. he misht call himself
You fiitlifully mutt] oWtvc uot !leave the us oonrtittition; and to the North, You tnu t Telegraphic Intelligence. is limn enough to accomplish the objects in i whig or democrat ; that vvas noUJng-theriKi-- mainly against the admission of California, All of which is respectfully submitted.R. .

-with all its coui :cEw view ; but we suggest as perhaps the most I pit and the wastim were all but that II. LUCKEY
.
troiIi'et. fContiuu l atw1au', ] YORK, Jan. 25.-The America arrived on admission being consummated, our ?

State.added lYft-ident.the I n-pciit, erefyre, that Ctt7 new ton last night about 12 o'clock, with Liverpool at dates i- appropriate day the second Monday in April, ,j Mr. Meriwether in ljO. had He cut was Iiimself now acting loose from with party these asooeLitifius he- opposition ceased. California was in and R. MeK. TIDINGS, i Committee.The < -
to Union
b> admitted into iu bosom, and adds every new one uliich ih for llllr. to Uie I 10th. and as a compromiso between the East and [ had! hitherto opposed. But 'ivhat of that ? The preservation could not begot out-and we say let her stay Rev. E.:: L. T. BLAKE then addressed

the jv-rrx-tuitv of the Union, Loir jniarautees The nales of Cotton for the w sn &4 the constitu ending 9th, correspondents is a all piuty a s'wLitions and all in, and much good may it do her. No presented the claim
and
4 joity oljects, whoever one
tion is were 8,000 l alcs. -
Lathfutiy observed Fair
and the
rights of the States Orleans. 5 ; Fair Uplands, Western man, MONTICELLO went f.. the Union and operations of the
we protend under UieguardLtiiship of democratic 41 ; Middling Uplands, 4 j. Flour is firm. as the place of 6lMiiild r on constitutional principlee he proposes to force her from the Union, and American Bible Society.W. .
vitli.
Now
Com h act how
improting.
t'JjIttlttIOflM. [(.rc-at applause, meeting. The Circuit Court in can we carry out our M. KENNEDY R. S. J. P.RiCHAnosox '.
] Sugar has declined. meets Mon- principles Tliey worthless unless we could make therefore to make her admission a basis of TVCKEI,
Mr. President we )IKN e much to do. The deinfrary Trade ticello on that day. We would also them ucfuL A Presidential electkn is i and R. MCK.
at Manchester about TYDIXGS
have a miwii'ii to jK-rform. It is t'e great juissiont'f is active, and the Money Mar suggest tu come party organization" woulel be absurd and were

projyrrM i iu th" art* and! M-ienofj,-in the wik-we (..ffK.litics ket is steady. that county meetings be held for the appointment off we;should if we stand lose all aloof we we hare shah gained.gain nu'tlurng-io It was the truth | foolish. We are not so verdant as that. But elected to Elders orders.
policy
and K ivcmaient iu the development and ndvun France is quii-L It i reported that serious of delegates to the State of Uie Union
a misunderstanding Convention throughout the Union
on party to cause their to make short
cement 4fbi4uj right) j thr hout a long story the
<>u the whole wild. only portion
_ ,.. [ApjJiiuw.J \Ve have a misM1 tierf| .nn in 'kvcl- and Lord has taken the place between the I'resiul.'nt, the third Saturday in March throughout the Uiis influence t<* Uienielves to be felt unit in the their nominations.No They) owed of the compromise about which there is to FRIDAY, January 50,1S52L
Xonnanhy, British untry.
t'l'h* corrw-t Ambassador patty can
; ;prinn'iJcs here; for, although the dem.eracy relative Slate. Tho
to Fuoei-e l who will not ade>pt our principles, and be i Conference met, Rev. Mr. GRIITIX in
contention
have done much-have done everything that lorn Belgium, arid that the hitter was alsiut to nturu to we can; any hereafter being the fugitive
coinptl to take them.
been done by way <-f tlw advamvioent, elevation aud England The any jrorty slave law the Chair. Prayer by Rev. Wm. Cnoici.
of
promulgation the Constitution was Virginia-Mr. Hunter. Which party ii nearest us now in principle ? He we confess to a readiness to
innnnn-emi-nt in
ttill ve- hate not the aecomplihlMvf political RVbtcia everjlhing.of this country- deferre-fl ten days. Tlie lion. H. M.% T. Hunter was re-elected thought the national DemoercUc party was. Then I make that just and constitutional measure a Rev. P. P. SMITH, Conference Treasurer,

.. lion A f>yhtem of laws that was adapted] to our condi The schooner Adelaide, from'Cliftrlct-ton was fallen to the U. S. Senate from Virginia on Thursday23dinst.forsixycarsfromthe4tiiofMarch! as seu youruv ention and ,let under that instructions Conveutionre .' basis of party organization." Our offence made his report, which was received.

twenty-five years ago must, in the nature of in v itli on the llUiof Dec -iiiber iu a sinking condition. [>udinte our principles if they dare. will hath this The Committee on Finance presented a report
f thin?* nnd the progress of trenta, be inapplicable Thy IOM extent, no more. Up to this time
( i
in niauy n>| vu. The man i not ounsiktent whompporti now Carolina Four and of arrived the crew were taken off by the South 18.r 3. The vote stood for Hunter 120, scattering Southern votes and Northern States too by that jwh"itr in the North, that law has been the hinge on I which was amended and adopted.On .

Le uditicutt'd a question it of a quarter exj f-diency via century now, merely for l ersiiv ,- at Liverpool ..n the 8th cf January. 63. TIiw is a compliment richly merited tion' Some prf'fi'sM-Jto he ttndt r in reference to an affilia which every political contest has turned. ago; with
4 1 -if furirellalptiutr'cs it warn> ie th'-n iu Uie the probabilities are that the clian e and generously bestowed. Mr. Hunter some ttnderruM the national at first Democratio himself until party.he Mr.looked M.into felt democratic friends there have sustained it a- to the election of a Board of Finance, whe

lias rendered it ini-xMdkiit] development auduuiM.of our at this reimunvn time. NEW ORLEANS, Jaa 23.-Tlie Cotton Market to-day is a ripe scholar, a sound statesman and a the matter; but he found on inquiry Dint to be a Constitutional gainst all and every opposition; and feeling the following persons were elected:

The i was still animated, and the sales Union man was to be a democrat of the old Rev. R. 1L LUCKEY. Chdinnzn.
consist c-ut who follow gentleman.
man
> only out hi amounted to 11,000 Virginia is herself a confidence in their
> jdinciple honoring in school He )belonged to the true democracy of the fealty to the Constitution S. P. RrciiAREsoy
ad bis to tb ,
I1ItL'.ures iu liales for whih
adapts < m vh-w of thecvitiditi yesterday's advance
'u cf things he finds in cxistriK-c. at the was fully sustained giving her confidence to such a man." country ; he had always been sueh. His party was and their willingness to carry out its provisions P. P. SMITH,
1"'id ; strict Middling The such, and could U
71. sales
of the week not be otherwise while held PRA-rr
c-f tiui whn it were they on to Conn
z tieeesnan' to make the
_ _.' I S [Great ap]>htui-e.J) Hence 'I ure nOt ifa nuw apph'cation.I 45,000 1 bides. Tlie stock to-night was I 150,000 bales. Conterfeit Bills. their present principles. we are ready to act with them once ." E. L. T. BtAKR, f Steward

ia\c Jx-'t-n iueoiiMrU-iit Uj|Mill a measure of ei-pi-dirnev says Oj>cratori are -aiting the steamer America's advices. The Albany Patriot of tho 23d instant States lieas wining to allow the true democracy of other more, and are quite prepared to take the pastas W. W. GRIFFIX,
I to unite with "
-I t>ruvide>l he vill udiuit that I have always been faithful The weather is till extremely cold. says- ic them to carry out true democrat a guarantee for the future. have W. CHOICE,
They "
principles. No doubt
: democrats J.CLEV
to my nriueijiV-s l and regulated all fjoiw of many will resist a .1.1Titovtt
quw> exjiwlieney -
by them.) Mea irea ofjwlicy) are in their Within a day or so past, there have been union with us. Let it be so; it will all be right; they given us every assurance of their good faith J. PERKINS.
will
u.iturc tVinjMrury, and ILtble to bo abandoned \vhenCVCT NEW OBLEAXB, Jaa 24.-Tlie sales of Cotton to-elay seen in our community two 'one hundred dol But this refuse will a union with the us whole because they are not of us. by voting for the law in Congress and by defending C. J. MCSXUIV.YX, TaUahaN&

the iicccM-ity ceases \s kwh called them into cxistttKe were 4000 bales, at steady prices. The receipts at lar bills of the Merchants Bank at Cheraw, S. are made of the purify right material will party affiliate, and, while those those who it before the Northern G. V. TAILOR, )

; but democratic piim-iples] arc immutjible, aud this port arc 143,000 in advance of hart year. C., in the hands of strangers and who are undeserving our confidence will people, while J. M. CREWS, f MadZton.

fun tier die Heuee so long! the as fiecdoin iIirth eL [Great The bark Cyaue and the brig Tartar have arrived would not prelendto but, what though we lodge in the ranks of the freesoilera. We have eventually saved the political friends of the Sentinel have D.HAWKIVJ ,
uppTause.] man who! imagines that the say they came St.
triumph of the democratic pailyatany presidential from Charleston. by them honestly, we would take this occasion the Platform Union let-now let us preserve it Upon the Georgia quailed before the storm of fury its enforcement | O. BCDDIX TO.V, MlUIL
I all true elemocrats stand
(-leetiuin places its principles jN'nnauentlv in tlie asLilcin to call the attention of the It mattered has aroused, or have Dr. F. Bexcii, )
- public to the not as to names-the principle sought to direct it Tampa.
; was everything and 1LT.. Dixox.
k (cutkzwy tinder a futul tlcl $iou.Ve must ohUnial NEW YORK, Jaa 27,6 P. M.-COTTOX--.Sales fact that such bills are in circulation in our lie trusted to see all Union men take this stand- to their own unhallowed ends. And | }f
*- to-day to -
vigilance. The democratic wo The will be
priwijJes 1000 bales. vicinity." maintain and the Union. say ( report of the Committee published
I are eternal, and perpetual aetiou and uiul)ing energy The market clewed fclighUy in favor of preserve that to refuse to co-operate with the Northern hereafter.

1 ere requisite |to give ivfurcw and it into ffeet.It .- buyers. Tho resolutions were then )
carry put as whole
: requires harmony, anti JohnE.Carew; Esq., has withdrawn a democrats in the coming election, in view of Gardner of the
energy, unity of action nowak The London News publishes a statement from and adopted with few The Rev. Thomas late
f ,1 much as at any former pvri' d of our histo a from tim Charleston Mercury which dissenting voices." their noble conduct since the
)poh'tical Hamburg crto the effect that of that of the Protestant
: t' ry. It is required both in nferciiec to Joiuebtic paj> Turkey baa addressed paper We are quite certain that these passage Florida Conference Methodist -
I and questions a note to the English Government will hereafter bo published by Heart A Ta proceedings law, would bo treating them with
to our foreign jx.licy. 1 think it is time that ,protecting against : will strike readers unjustice, Church, presented himself for admission
America had a furcijpi >oliey Kobbutb's return to her. The new our as being on the whole | and be '
r l [apphinsc and eiies of England. proprietors announce that no unworthy our characters as Southern- into the travelling connection of the Methodist
Good! good !J")-a foreign poliev predicated will rather of a novel character. It will be
upon a change bo made in tho noted But also
I true interpretation of the laws ft nations-a political principles ems. wo say that had they not Episcopal Church, and after einmFruition
foreign the
that call
NEW On LEANS, Jon, 27.-COTTOX.-Sales 5500 of the for delegates to the
to-day Baltimore
,-
policy L-i accyr loue with the tpirit of the age-{[ifreatj Mercury. They adhere to the manifested this conduct-this admitted.Dr. .
I *j>pliu e]-but not sueh a foreign |policy cs we have ; UJcfl at easier prices, since the receipt of the AIn State Rights party, and the pledge their devo Convention is addressed to the Democratic the willingness to by the Presiditjg Officer, was
$tu to )IxJ enforced i this (-riea's but wiUiout tion respect rights of the South-we never WiGaTrAX editor of the SouthernChristaw -
attmptfd i ceut.try within tutcountft, any elccliue. Strict Middrwg to the defence of the one and the party, and not to the Union ,

( 8 : tLi kt three year*. [Cii-n cf "Good! yoodrjiervo j i is quoted at 7 U' 7j. tncnt of the other." advance-j' but these Unionists in Georgia party as such- !| would have raise.l! our voice ia favor cf uniting Advocate, presented the Report of

seven-tenths with them as of old. referredIL
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Books nnd Pciiodicak; { our e.nu 'S !-it >s ha\e i"-ll; lime to =. : : V :-
nny cai:vass TtUahassee

pt! Ccrn. a. very sail Victory exhibit Jill j ji.'i !L> of tiA> .' lalo.: L'oun !. iv \\ anI Fraac factory., aai, Deer, and Setter Salctz Monday, 1st March, 1q52. COTTON GIN'S.WE Dr. 0. T. KAXWELLHAS ..

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tffltirs Jf that It t. I rc.-jtly for action, ;nil auxinus' to t-t.ttT tb Sherififjs Sale. the located permanently in Tftllahac for tha
: : I l d. 11s! ? whi s liato l aU the 1 I. W. BQWE ? Y virtnetf nndcrsigncrl. are making preparation? purpose of practicing bi profe-if-ion. Ct c.
SOOO of v.l.ich > sw ig o L: B two wnU of fieri facias: ivtied frr.m and will chnrtly be prepared make %
a
tTCU' SCO frhi'cis, ;uo I j"rjlar ng enough, ami o tn.'ni: lo tftkc it :iraIf \ Poetical JJui ildir cud Jltup/-ctarcr f Material 77 the offici of the Clerk of thc late Superior Court artitlt f Cotton (tint. ALwi, to repair all euftrior Gins- ove r C. C. Bjrd's st< re, r&idince at Mr. Flag/. p
December
tvt:1: : tnhr-crlfis.: It owes nothing j fn- n ti&i.in. ti! 1'iiltitinro ( 'onvuiitiun: fur Jlui!
K:. adi\iJcid the pafct car ui will 1 give ns the olil-failiionud soil of platform and! turned JaryhaU e.f the late Territory of Florida. We warrant all work dene at our manufhrtory to large Sale of Public Lands in Florida.ATOTICE .
MjB.aiie oier t> be ia
me Sheriff workmanlike
as r.f said Countv. n manner and to give oatifactioii.We .
as
:u4t Tlie ofacc, at a low valuation, i is put and not spoil things liy now tests about c7 prouded! by iatutes, wherein L..aacV.. Mitchsll! isplaiutin do not intend to bo excelled iu the workmanship IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undorL t tI

L intervention nnc! the like, and then if we have ; and Josam Emir Bartl tt is defendant the nor the quality of our Gia i signed will, in pursuance of law, offer at
lirtl *t good candidates State and Federal to lie lo f.lUwmg pn.jjrtv, lying and being ill the city of TulLihawe We are located t-le>ei> miles Nortli-ea. of Talh- before the Court House door in the sereral
c> indV.HAKKIS Notice. (Bounties, hereinafter stated the
Vt' as valuable
IIIWDDV V m tU Countv of Leon Florida haV..tee. mar Centreville the road following
we an just in the spitit: f to redeem has been le- on loading from V
our losses \JOTICE hereby given, that mi eloction will be Me.luponnmJicpt un.ler Ta liiiai..oe to Triuinasville LjuxLs located bv State authority a park of the gnat
fAI oneio and clec.a.u'b levy as the of ; where we respectfully
: property
Lt jato I Litid.eumI' plant the flag of democracy again 'in I Ia I held nt Tallahassee on Wcini] >mlar the 1 Itli day wild! Bartiett, mi will he exposed to sale, to natUfy .ti icit the patronage of the Fl.-uiters? in Florid.i and Of Congress t> said State, for; purpose of Internal Immivenu'iit. I

:; oiders. J. V T. CASLTON was'Jont.bl (the!) etIdLnt.: of February next, for Director) of the Florida, Ctntrnl I paid executMh, at public outcry, before thc Court the Southern portion of (teonjia.P. These Lands were in odjpart selected ,

but left without: appoint- As I am in favor of an crrty Convention >!, Atlantic an-1 Gulf Kail IloaJ C inpny. at v liici! llouso eW m the city of Tnllahaescc, on Monday thc : 11. A J. 15. SLATOX. minediattly after the completion of the U. S. ttirvcjs,
: I time and are believed to embrace of the best In the
'! for the of run pTflce all fub cribt-rs for stock jn this Road Iirst diy: of Mareli. 1 32, within legal hours to wit : January 17, 1862. 2 Cm some
r of II 1ic:1th. purpose setting our State Cand are rtnwsteil to nu-ct. Lots known a lots unrulier 187 and State for the prmiuctinn of Corn Cottou,Sugar, Ti>Lao-
((1S7. 188
et dates to woik as HKHJ as possible it follows JUeItAIU.) and ) c<, and Tropical Fruits-.--and others finely toe
V HAYWARD] ((168.) the Ea t i (.fI.t No. 18?, (K. } 1s9.) iu the Groceries, &c. aefapteel
CONVENTION 'that the Dist iet Conventions which have JOHN G. ANDERSON, original plan of euid city, with ti Turpentine and Lumber buinet. The Lazid will
STATS together] all and singular received Wm. IL Pettes from New Orbe .
JUST per offeree! in
half-eighths
been suggested for appointing Delegates to t ROBERT LYON J Cormnitnonert. the liuildnigs, improvenents, rights, privilege*, :
In V
WILLIAM BAILEY aul lea-emcnU JtftfMn County, on Monday, 12th April, 1P52.
Jocav
FOR rnr r:ORIPIv IT. I atiiiore! : would be iinnccessaiy, for the thereon bituattd or thereto in any wLj C250 pounds Middling and Shoulden, about
i RIChARD bd
1C CALL (flIm tcria, 26,610
,roachuij; when itm .kUtta: Convontion IL T BLOC1E[ Sheriit 20 barrels Mess Pork
rapiJly ;: could J/d'/twn
e tiflV 1 appoint them. I, January SI. 1852.: 4 2t January Si, 1S52.! 4 Monday, 19th? about 65,560(
the duty ol th JtiHt1 icati, IC'O.. therefore, propose that a Convention be held I _ 5t 5 casks Hams sugar cared, Hmnilton, Monday, 2Cth, about 2,410Cofujnliti

': ;, I ?! fo'a tlieir own! oo-iy two citizens; at .Madison Couit House, the usual place o For Salo.A V Trustee's Sale. 73 20 baneldxtra" and BuperSuu Flour, MewLiy, 3rd Slay ab. nt 3,121)

1 1'o' t'l.f duties of Pivsi.lent and Vice meeting, sometime towards the latter PAIR of Mitch Horses and Two virtue of the 5 Whiskey Lard. Alach'M! Weduclav. 5th May, about 9,520
ulrf"t'e part of one BY authority vested in me in a cer Isry, Mond.iy. 10th"May, about 50,130 V
:nilt1*!. .1lrtt4IY| 1 i-otice the usual signs .March, or early) in Aptil-say; the last Mon k fire Horse Bujjgy. The Horse* are ned; Deed of Trust, bearitg date thc 5th of April,' 2 Big Hominy, Marion, Monday, 17th Jlay, about 68,840

I: ,.. ,: : ioU on the! i put of certainV't..Il I day in .March. What say you ? Something and six years) gentle and well broke. 1S45, from Cc*>atn Emir Birtlett and Washington 10 Apples JIern' n "
J li sentiment and rnis"Jiic E.M.VGARNETF.'I, tlett, (As-Jgnve of Richtrd A. Shine,) tf> mo as fi Oranges JIIM.JrOui1. 20th
t : ,: : p purj o.-ci named and as TERMS Oiie-fourth ensh the other three-fourths!
ti1ui therefore that -
it i
: iin $ t LS ,
011 ; > WAKULLA.FOB dirccte-d in i-aid 10 l* < Cheese.
(de-ed for the xe
I-.. t .U'J f t1I4. For Hire. said l jmrposes e f ]x'rformmg paj able in three equal arniial io?talmenfo, with interest
bu CUII. : trusts I will BERRY A
( to sale ROWLES. Auctioneers
to thc bid Lc.
expose highest in advance. Or. if purchaser prefer it, live
L w' i-u-titii the iio\eri5TJK nt in: nil I THE rtORIDIAX A JOT EAL. SEVERAL likely voun negro women without der for ttuhrtaforc the Court Hou=e door, in the city January 10, 1852. 1 w 91 he deihicte any l from the credit instalments, upon percent V
V l batik of the grx>d field hand Also two tif Tallahawe, e.u Monday thc first day e.f March "
.,d vet ri'ci-ivu none girle accustomed the mymtnt of the whulo pure-lme money at the tuntj
0 Jytoiif; oSice_fclHiuU; be tno\ing in I MK. EuiTon :-I belitve the time i is near to hou--e work. Apply' to 1852, within legal hour.stho following j -.7pertv, lying CARRIAGE AND BUCGiEsT of sale. D.'VHS.WALKER.V

muke, themselves at hand, when the Democratic paity should January 31, 1K52. 4 2t JAS. R BROOME. and I'k'! being in the city of Tallahos.ee, Loon County, D. E. HULL, Register of lublie Land- for the State of Florida. .
'tfr, and preparing; to make; known its rlIa.. embracwl in soul tni$t deed, to wit : December 20. 1851.
pos-ition and 50 3m
candidates for
Bu.proj.er. tt-leclion of candidates to the for Glenn Spring Seminary. LU.. known as lots number 187, ((187. and 18?, V 7,0FFERS sale a splendid assort V
V political canvass of 1S52. And, as one of r (I 8S.)and the East of lot Xa 1S9.E. Carriages and Baggies, at '
'IIERE will:! be Male ( $ l6Uintho) ,
their n iUCijICS. a nnd Female Sch.,1 Ranaway
t price* to suit the times.
the Also
in Store
f'e1I; who from ,
patty, earliest manhood has originil plan of said
.L city, together with all and
led that tingrc.it Democratic j endcavorcd on lie List Monday of January nt the \% r angu Saddles, Bridals Martingales. Ilaiwss ItOM
Wi on aid lar the of all kind"I. O A the bubseriber on the itight of the I2tJ
building
to in
i promoting and presetting Gh-nn's MLieral Sprinjj, fa Co (Ja ,improvements, rights,privileges, and I l jth double and 1
Early fifteen Ad
:. L I"1"' M'a" agahi t.iko counsel miles lea einents thereon situated tingle. Carriage Trmmbijr? of all! inst. two te.rt; ) men, t'zie ltkingu) to Dr.
tie their undivided I the general welfare of the country, I would:j | below Fort Gain& longing or or thereto in any wise be kinds Springs Allen, Bolts an I. in fact, every thing Sesinns, alsut S ftet t ifthtVs high, rather ye!.

; V auda; tai: picsent most respectfully suggest the propriety of a Mr. Win. IVittiT. a enul-ir.te f>f EmorjCollege, Ca.' appertaining.; Usually kept in a store of this kind lo w. can read, by the name of Peter, was brought to -

: .tlu'ir broad banner: to the American Democratic, Convention tn be held at "Talla I will be the I'iukipp.1 .*f t fl). Ma' department. J antarv31,1t52.CHARLES G ENGLISH, Timtee. done at short notice. this country by Mr. I'oudrr two years ago. It w sup-

1, for one, ihoujrh stiictly epeakhg: haV see on the t JJN yi.saa li 1'ottir, Aii! Lave charge cf the female 4 5t December 27, 1S51. 51 tf iioseii he will try to make hu way atk. Alw, e>na
Mon.Jay first
i1 > I.mcrtt! : nor Union man, how day of March, to dtpartmuit.Mis In Lelongnig to George; i>e. ie>ns about 5 feet 0 inches
'm'u' 'Hid: f tait out in Fonrch I appoint! delegates to a. National Democratic f 1iirritt I! Potter, Mu'i" Te.iel.or. Chancery. Desirable Residence for Sale. 1 h j igh li. very stout and round ehoulelered. rout teeth
-it"'N :
!> which Convention, to be held in Baltimore, to nom I. Tiiitiiniil raiiLjt', fioin ei i1t to tv.;enty dollars per MIDDLE CIRCUIT-IN LEON CIRCUIT COURTOn .11 IE subscriber wishes to sell I is residence omewlut..eayed.! has sear eintheintideofcach arm.

r413t or i*>.i'tv* !: comes* nearest inate candidates for thc flection of Pm-i- sce-i.iii i-f fivu meMill a, :nw>rilin to the .Ia.-s of iust the jictitipii ,,f David P. Hot',ue, Guardian oi f situated one and a half luilcs North West lc l-.sks ila if they were caused by fire burn. Also a ne

"JMlll'i m.' in fcelin?. penlnii-nt, and inM dent and Vice President of the a rnt i.>n r.uir.J.: li ys wn 1 he eparwl f.>r C>>uVte. Thennii: IL Wfllis, a nunnr, for bale of certain Real ofTallahassee. Tlie place cntanl4onehur]I- g ro woman belonging to W. J. Scott very black, about -

i tjd TflVeII, by i. iei1ibi! ui- and United States; or curried throut-li a complete eiurse> ef &eadriiic instniction. I i..tate : d red and sixty acres of Land, of which eighty acres 19 yc ire thL l She left about the 1st mat We th*
I ,
: : also, to nominate: a candidate for Governor Youn-f ladies uui be } idl the braue-h- virtue ejf are eleared and enclosed with nubse'ribers Mill
: .. Llit v'rv iutiC 01 taught BY an Order of his Honor, J. Waylcs L' 1- a new fence. The imrl I- pay the reward of $20 each for tha
TVJ f U. Acd %VII ?; of the State, a candidate for Congress,
--, the IX-mociatie ) : and male such other arrangements as This Stli'Hil is 1 tailed< in an excellent n 'ijhborh xxl, th 17th January, 1832: at Chnmlx-ra, I will cxpo 40 feet, ntjiining fix fine rooms; a rained kitchen;. e-an get thtm.

1M iu-anse, it i U thf party of the ioih: | hi? necessary to secure the of may tiepnily which will furuichgood l LnrLl from six to eight doflar S for wile, in front ei the Court Hoa-e door, in TalL i a substantial: barn, and a well of excellent water.- Any pincn wishing to give any information about
tla in its frt hiu-ss harmony u month, everything included )hassee, on the fir-t in Terms made known those will address
.-. : s the iwrty iwenes I Monday Mardi next, within le- Upon application toJESSE negroes pleadc 31anningtou, P. 0.
tc mocra1i and
thus promote the digISty Thc libation i decidedly lienltliy an-1 the pal hours the Leon Co ITa.
te t'Ctt' flfld uuJung piinriples! | Spring: folltrwinij' described lots or parcels of SMITH.. ,
: Amnian Lj independence: and general welfare of the is amem the very best mineral springs .>{ the eountrv Land, to wit : December 6. 1851. 48 3m A. M. R. SESSIONS
:. an liberty, equality, nflt And for Iviptpsia and other chronic diseases. Lots numbered -
: countiy. to put the ball ill motion, 161. 165. 168-in the North Addition Books GEORGE SESSIONS
o. a ::, |! % itwtlse parts that has !! I jC .would! further most respectfully that IRA J. POTTER. of the City of Talhliassce ; and lots numbered Stationery, Fancy Goods, &c. W. J. SCOTT.

'&qI. or fcitenijiJed to deceive, the j| the] democratic: in each! suggest January :31, 1&52. tf 4 *69, 260, 2G5, 2C6, 29. 272rand 273, in the old plan F P lIE stock and interest of Messrs. %Vn!. December 20, 1851 50 tf
i I i .JnjJHt.v ad political humbuggery patty, county of the V of thc !
dertet vIihltivles a id lied I' State] shall meet in the fcveral counties, nt Lost. Purchasers to pay lor tite! Terms of sale-Cash. .: Vt by the subscriber, *h<* will carry em thc For Sale.
ntcr
-: J. II1- f .r the ed I ,j the Couit House, on Saturday the Mill Feb- ABOUT the 10th of January imt, near Thomas ville, OSCAR A. MYERS, t business at the Old Stand. Large additions have 2gL f OTS Nu 9 and 10. in the North AddiIjj'jC -

V.l i .i.u-y. caasfi impeiicm 1 luary, and select delegate-: attend the t. Email Bead Purse, eontjuniiifj about 25 i ia V Master in Chancery. been' made to the Ste k. and new goods will be amstantly LJ thoU of the city of Tallahassee, with all
wliow: prc
I i.ar.i .1 filLiioi: war-fame to ( poted Convention at Tallahassee. money and one note signed by Calvin Pate uir1 jwjable January 24,1852. 3 7t i received. All orders for goods not in store i r<- the iinprf fcmcnt* thereon tons-isting cf a

I :'.-ir we.i! impt: and disguised! piji-: An old: i to the; subscriber eir bearer, for' *'13, given about the V will lie punctually filleiL dwelling hou-. with commenliema Kitthcn and ether

V. : if pwer-it IS tit! paitthai ha i de.isiitiieJudesof : planter, ziot an dd Coon" :SOUi( Dee-ember In-st and payable on demand. ThenifiHy V In Chancery.'I A large supply i f new and fashionable music i 3.4 out buildings and alo a .Store-house-sukeel to a moderaely -

.i; ('.. : the Itevnlutiun: and rs vas made up of three">5 bills! ami the bal-ince MIDDLE CIRCUIT- COURT.LUlflr expected by the 1st of February, together with Vio sizeelte>ck e>f g K! The Lot c.Iitai oni
The Forrest Divorce Case Li biiidll! ihan e (bilTlie! ) public i cautioned against Fbrtflowe lins, Guitars String, Ac. I acre each The whole will be sold cheap, as I Lave
of
f such
: '.j -\diKiiiistraUous: ) men trading Li the note. A liberal reward will be paid ofjfvrfyayc on Land A Book-Binder has been employed who will exc- concluded to Lave the bue. For furtlu-r particulars

;.: .. in, M.M.I": ; *", Monroe, Jackson and j NEW YORK, Jan. 20, P. 51.r for the ntum of the puree and contents by leading the V William G. Ponder, cute all work faithfully, and at reduced prices.WM. apply to JAMES J. OLlVEU.

I jnel'VH'J' our re\ouces; enlarged ou The Forrest Divoicc: Case, which has oc- same TV ith Mr. Iloiniugtoii of Thou MM ille" t *. R. HAYWARD. December 0, 181. tf

i>, re-: !'"ed fuilJiaiit our fane, aud 1 cupied th attention of thc Couit SAMUEL: PATH Ilowell Peacock, Administrator of all and singular the By B. ELLIS. Agent -
for several January 31, 1851. 4 It good aiul thtttttli*, lands and tcutmcnt!, of How til Tallahassee, January 3: H52. 52 H. G. FARRELL'S V
V u- ii.e V'.V V -t and i roudvst position t t weeis, has: been decided. The Jury lender-: Moore, deceased.BY -

t-! -i: i i-> (i' i'-rty' t3it: hat. flCVe( \>oen i' Bricks and Lime. virtue of a Decree in Chancery in said eau=e Received this Morning ENCIEArabian Liniment, ij a most extrair.VJT .
: ied verdict Forrest diaary medicine, the truth cl which is V
a finding of adtfltery placed
guilty -
., 9j of iu 11:1:110: r.or he-en forced to j 1-y hw: Honor J. Wa\le-s Baker, JudijeI
"i i TU5T received, OM fine Neil-thorn Bricks BBLS. WATER CRACKERS doubt the va.it salts of
j 2 0e-aki: beyond by the article, and
; !, h liir tiil.f, betause ol the filth, j and declared Mis. Fonest innocent: : thc tl iresh Liii.e, and for sale low, by D. LADD. I of said Court, I will exjiom for safe, for ca-h, in front: 9j 3 elo. Butter do. the many cures being daily performed bit, which
of the Court IIou
door ii thc of
Tallahassee
e
,'!'nn vahi wliicli they had d- filed it I j charges brought against her. The jury have I Vnpurt, January 31,1852. 4_ _tf_ tin the first Monday in Mareh next City within le' nl hemp-,, 5 S 41 Firkin,). Hard* Butter Broad for, previously h.id re'i-tcd ail ether ruediciiics and the
skill he
Family u 'e, ot I best ph\icilnanIhewcnld. It
i LIU-, corruption niid ilhuiny-it i ia tho av.'arde-ej her three thousand dollars alimony jalt. the following de-scribed parcels or tracts of Lund I Iin I\- 1 Tierce Rice, posed <.1 b.isian-', extracts and is corn-to'

V i ,.,t hi-; U&i i i.: iis h<*i5r nf extremity, j z in paid' County, to nit : 5 BbK Crushed Arabia ill gums peculiar
annually. The decision caused great excite- TUSTreomcd, SCO stcka Salt, bj TU S W 4 of"the N W 4. and the N W 4 of ti lie Sugar -poHsesstsi?, a concentrated form, all
..:! t up :!-aereJ na ie of Whip, to ti ar | J 20' J Boies KaNins their tiiuiating, Ancdvne, 'lerefratir.jr, ur.cutous-
but D. LAID.2e'wpeit N W J of bee C, in T 2, R :t. N and K.
; ment, general satisfaction. Mr. Forrest's 5 Bosket
: a.J after U Heiil-uk Champagne and revulsive propeflie-, and the same which,
jr |Ni 10, ; rnlitg: { a teim January :31. IS.)2.! 4 tf OSCAR A. MYERS ages
,
.ii-l di-hiiiior I counsel< askod for tiial and the 10 Sacks Java CejfTee, ago were used by the "Sona of t1t" Deert"ith&JCh
M.-.I.I a"ii i aiter coering ] a new argaincut Master in Chuncerv.I. .
10 elo. Rio do. miraculous
success, in curing the diseases
cf
:V \ ,; i 'i: (jju.iiIndi: IK HG could tolerate! for which! will take place tomorrow.Congress Sale OL JLJtda/ day (fslnr.h, 1S5'J. Jnuar isr 2. 3 7t 5; BbK Brown Su/nr, (Porto Rico,) both rmn and ,east.

C V'> 1 i1 a-iuo.itid .ikullifd away ia put) suit of a Sheriff'!? Sale. State of Florida. 3 I.ixcs Mztecari Read theJ'oitiiizremoTkallf cures, which sticulilof

TV .1 w.tijnit Coitsti'miMial Union"i 10 do. Car.dks" liinftlc place VH.
:
V -T B Y t irtuef two vrit* of fieri fie.Ma*, i.tI(1 l frr.m I the! l/enjamln Mc: in, Appi llaut, 20' elo. S. G. FARRKLL'S ARABiAN LINIMENT
i i'r; !\ ti.at lias never failed to inscnbe11.a <.flW .f the ('!. rkof UM- Circuit Court a!p.
In the Senate of the 1. S. Mr. Halo f r tv!: 8 BbK Lamp Oil Ac l Far beyond! any similar
today &, lie. rtmtJy.
CounU I.
V : tit [iiH-i-lcs: ; uhich it advoca- eif lA-on Middle Circuit (,f I-loridj. whe-re-iu Thomas Taylor, Philip Sawyer, and James Filor, Ap. And for sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. About .\earand a half egoa swelling appeared

-I.i 4ne'arty vl.ich has never, when presented a petition for tho abolition of SnuiUnnod (t ('n. nid& flwr; ;e W. Carjie-'iter are plain-j 1wlht'i. January 3, 18.2.) 52: in my wile's ternch. crdually increasing ia siza

1.; -'ii: i ..1M T iu faith! replied by lepcatiiifj J( the Fugitive Have !sL1'. j J I I i leiieJ uf: atiI 1\Viiiijw F. Ilb rtM'n is dr-fe.nd.uit. I have r JL rIlE Appellant*, Thonun Taylvr an-1 Philip Sa w- V_ _- until it became a large arcy rist, and so f>rc thatsha -
ijx.i! und will 4OC fur sale; ut public outcry \ yer. are Jureln' nolirieil of the pi-ndi-ne-y of tn Notice. could not bear the least it without
V ;!.i. ui u When that: old hai was j In the House, the discussion ef the Mexiit before tie! Co at Hou'e il I.MJr, in the city of 'fz 1apj'' ; cal in tile Hopreme Court ef the State from a t'e- j qiMn her extreme pain.pressure I g't: the upon advice four

'- .1 1 vjH.1-anoe and 'IXlor loo,"- I can indemnity bill was resumed. i ltia-ee.! eni the tr>t M-.II; 1 Ity: in Mnrcli l52, Vj itliiq) ; | e-ree' of the Circuit Court of Monroe County. dUmi-s- ctx months. after date, the undcr-ign AdminUtrate.r best ductm, and they diilereil in opinion about

,Mptliolding: to tlie just pi iucij-Jis of gout I 1 1t 1'ffal hemr th** right and eejuilj eif nvU-miition e-f the 'lerJd in-? the s-uit, in Chance-ry, of the Complaiaint, P -njaI I Iii right of his wife Saroh A., surviving Ilrninitritor it ; some said it was an Ague Cake .r EiilargtusenCof

V Ks biftidtial, anJ higntvd than ]BALTXHOIM Jan. i. Thete t elifi'n iaist in aftI 11/, the fiillowin; Unel. to wit : j min i M-irin, instituted to ,.ul ject certain lot? in the city; Jeffer-on e.f the estate of TLoma-t.T.' lIadL-y. Life: uheSleera ; some, that it aan Enlargement of

,.. ud :, was nothing. Tli ) S if Si cT, N E i Sue 22. E of N AV I ff i eif Key Wc t to the payment of a debt due him. A Countv.deeva-ed. apply! to the Judge the Ovate ; and others said it wits a Tumor of the
j L: the only ]1'uty; of lilt liirding) i o f interest trnnsphcd: in Congress to-day.- Sec >;. I] i S E i Se-c 22, E: + N 1 E 4 S'c 27. AS' i N 'V trial' tf the cacc wilt IKJ in-i.ted on nt the next termS e.f Probate of said Countv" for a ek-Jian from s aid Ovarif, and could not be cured except by cutting it V

:. .this t !i e W tr fsutljiiied the Constitu-j'J I Iie oom'fpondence between Mr. Webster I IV i Se<- 2iJ. \V i SV 4 Sec -'j.V i X W 4 Sec t j of the Supreme Ci.urt, to be laid at Tanijui en the Administration.. B. LOEB. out. In thU critical situation. 1va< persuaded to

V V ui.tof tiie South, or* rinitHieled for !land Mr. Hives, our MinUter to Fianiv, rd .*- j' S J of \V ; S W 1 Sec H. S \\' 4 Sox 27, "all in T first MoiiJjv. ia March next. Jctrt-r on_County. January 3, 18S2. S2 Cm* try II. G. Pdrrell's Arabian Liniment upon it, and

-.> t o'' H < 'ont-tilauon l Union,"-it is | (tivo to thc recent revolution, has been pubj I ,j 2, U 2. N & K, ri .tiiniii; :{ 11M"( arrw. THOMAS F. KING. Notice. strange as it may appear upon the third application
'i v.hih lt1 L'\ie l u[.)ii a tlw projv-rty of ':ti.I 1 de-f< n.lant, and, } Solleitor; for Appellant die began to itnyirove, and has continued getting
V V ;: { jso CdiiiiiRjidi-d itself [.o lished. Mr. Webster directs that tho new to be sold to batUfv. aIi wri-!-* of fieri facia: j January 21,1852. 3 7t A LL person* having demands against th" estate of better daily, until now she is as welt! as ereuen.JOYI1' -

;lpr; ( bVttlu hy its \iitue, nste) IvIIIo iv form of Government, shall bj recognised when IL T. DLOCKER, Sh.-ritI __ -- J.A. William R. Taylor, deceased, late of JedV-r.-on 'j exreUent health.PeoriaM2rch5lyli.

I and is now actually not it is i latilied by the people, but I hi3 January JJ1: 1P52. i St J. W KEYES, K. D., Tentist, County are here by notified to present them win lull ). I). M'COXXELL.
expresses located in the time cnbeel by law, tlii notice
abceiidart CitJncy. Office in liu rtsidence, pre or will be plead -
ly HAS
iu
Congress the ovcithiow of the VV
at
lejriet Republican j in bar
and
V Mto Mr. J. (3. (Jur.n's.Jaiaa.ry ; all jH-rson* indebted to said -
Robert IIit.J
> estate Po-fmaster
fldiIt Suic are i[: :
4t 0:1 Monday l&l March gajs J
V a tuonty-fcix: or ftvt-n of the Constitution: lie JiUo piovcs of the eoursei of 165'J. 17, U-52. 2 t: requested to make pavmrnt irnmediateIv.G. CtRtSTow--*, PA., March 27, 1940. e

V. V .1 M.ik-8[ ol'this (Jtiictn ; and it i is liparty i-
"': that many of our old wetm- peoplo on the President's usuipatioti. (. .10,1,8w Plov/s, 6cc. January 24. 1852. 3 tt success. She had !o't t the use of her b j>s for three
V i ( I B1 yjt1u'nfn v.ritof fin ficiiw, issue-d from the PLOWS No. CO 15 years, the cord beirg contracted so that her
MjLr'itedM.ig ji' liticiatis are cxtn Clerk H Oni"L whore-in PlowA, No. 1 jiolL-lw], $20 Reward. legs
n County, J. 13. Hull *
V t. OU lOdo. do. inj. 10 I d'.. do. 2 ilo.II. were bent as much \\hileslaridins: as ia natural tor
: : iou 4jjll. Wuut, then, is to orTb: o'liciul majotity in favor of G )V. i* nlair.ti'Tui.l 1 Tranc-i Pajntj U de-fciidonr. I lutve leviI "O
AN
10 .). da 11J 1 3 doz. Cotton F/u AWAY from the plantation of the suly. b. the position of the legs while sitting, and she could
M I H j 1(1(( per|> : ;>.tuue: it 1 ;propose that the Johnson of Virginia, is declared to be 8,157. ; i ujxwi and will (X".4' fit sale )In-fore the Court f. Gra; Hcythe;*, 0 Cradle Scythe Sweeps*, I r --X scriber in (!Lsdea cenjitv lli'n.m. on I the not bend them in the least ; but by the use of H. G. V

: I4ft Jtiid .Southern ltig1it 1'ailv of' H.JUMdoor in the cit,' of TulliJia.-K-e-! the first M"ii- Plow Point and Points to suit all the above Plow*. ._ Oet. laat my man ADA5l. Adam w about Karrell's Arabian Liniment she is now able to \\allc

V .: \ t-n'iraciiig' all those of the old Whig ], The majority for Lcake, tho Democratic | d.iyin Jlarcli v ithin legul hoiu-s, Uic followiujj described Just received and for s-ale by :31 year of age, 5 fo t 6 inches high, very well built, with ease, and has a straight limb. I have found ita

: ''wh'jll L to the thue-honored deictiine I Candidate: for Lieutenant Governor, isOliu. nroptity, t<> wit : January 17, Is52. 2 HEIR A- RUST.Howe's I. between a ppcr and black color, weighs seime most excellent remedy lor bofee flesh ; also, lor
(Jiif four I1ure Wajpjrin, where about ICO lbs talks which
a h'ttle fine and tolerable every thing requires an eternal remedy.
5 1 *<>.i.i :M i iJiso-i, aud! Cilitoun, that I the fr5: DouhVf has been ic-t-lected Govornor Four liuiidrenl i.tik of Sjx.ke Timber, more or less. Celebrated Prize Crush r.:- quick when spoke-n to.lut.it a scar or two ori one of

s fa, Union are fcoveni n, and haveN One thouhand fet of Plank, nw-re or less.uoii his arms uj iu a line with his thumb, and think soi neck The Opinion of an Old, Experience and Scien V

Vl'i0'ht I ajwa which! they thiow of Massachusetts. His rnnjoiity in I the us the projxityf b.ai.l dcfndaut, and Y a ysfrmatico 01t1114 Mill on a Plantation, scaw em LH breast He has a largear on his jr. HJic/ Furntr.WASU.NGTOX .
can
1" i-tt tor 4 to be sold U> sathfv: sjil writ of lien faeLis. eme hundred and fifty btii-heh of Corn at lea-.t n'ar, I think, the left shoulder blade, uitli othermarks IOWA, June 26, IS-lO.V
rotuftiiu and in the
h fcix
> thill House I
| ( iijtfl in ConMaJi over Winthrop was IL T. RLOC'ICCR SlwrittBy (after a\inff> all exjion e>f cru.-hin tc,) in everythousandfeel by the whip for fighting. He i is a good field hand, From the speedy and permanent cure, both on
"L ,
-I : iii: Court ifcujge on the fiihtv i i!
: m May next, fr t'ic' parpo c of 31, 1P.)2. 4 5t Four hundred bushels can be made eir paved]I in back of Booth Turner and Cliivton, trader from Savannali. performing, I da rot hesitate to pronounce it the V''
ap.
V : D1 1git.'s to iiKN-t t t'ie' .National Dcm"atiUoi : : Ozr Ftlix IJungston, Ksq., has retired from every thousand by t crushin cooking, and feeding to (Go, I will give the aoove' reward for Adam 44 Great Remedy of the Am" J have practiced doctoring
*- : | $100 REWAHD. h ig* and stall cattle-all of which I iaranteo. in a vafe jail so that I get him, and if harbored or in horses for these twenty years und have tried
to
asteiaUe
I U1". 'Jtt in) Ualtiui! ie the editorial management of thc Jacksonville Proclamation l
\ e jwrpose: of uomiruiting: ui La.l Xctrs, And is succeeded by Gen. Chat Ie J-'lvri.ta. *I 1GO. For supennte-nding ita erection em the 1 to eoinict, I will give 100( m nv. pulled up in the papers ; but I must say that II. G.
; : vUkfr congress fioni: Moiida j b'itation! and guarantee, $tO extra. ThU Mill will AUGUSTUS II. Farrell's Arabian Liniment ecceeds that I
and LAX any eer
l M (1t for thc I yrne. ( cn. B. is a graceful and forcible writer. \ 1IEJ5ES, it Los been made blow]I tom cni'-h eight bu .lie-ls ef ear of un hucke d com [per hour, December 20, 1851. 50( tf IER. made use of. By its use, I have cured Sweeny and '

k'Ifl, u( tij encut,<6 We welcome him into the ranks. Tile that a murder wan ret-e-ntly t aiwl make n thorough mixture of the whole miss-. r Sa%annah Georgian, copy till forhhi.V. Spavin Ions alter they had been pronounced ineunble V

I name Madi r 'l& \ mitten] in the county of.Siuita Rosa in 1 tlu"Stit -< cn>he* hheiU"oats, hay, or xldcr with eared corn- -- ._ __ __ _ and I have cured more than fifty horses thi-

rettrf M8 tot only because of its 0::7" A tii-weekly mail hah been establislied : ri'y e.nc WILLIAM DAVIS, upon the body ofJiilin make after bn wtninj a fair article ef family meal 1-. Just Arrived. reason with jour Liniment, embracing every shads
; Wilful! : And -wlion-as, said Davis hjis fled, i and w ill La>t fifty years in constant UM*. For further} information If disease, from scratches and bruises up to Spavin,
CrS uidj easy : between Bainbridge: and Apalachicola.- HIIOW a fugitive from justie-c; f call On the Edite> of the Floridian t Jour Ill AVE jti t received by the last ve' el from New: Rinn-Eone and Sweeny. I can also Lear testimony

( I jj i: ; rFr1itT; character. : The is Mr. I
:. v priiresj e isst this lime more rafJltiic contractor Henry State of I'lori.a.! by \ "-tue.f the authority vested I in i with specimens of the Mill's work, can be had, or write. ) I Shoes comprising many styles not heretofore> nearly all last winter to my room with RheJ.

:. :'? hi essential elements i service to commence forthwith ni' bv law: elo h< r< by utTer a n-v.ard of One Hundred ttt the patented at Xahvile! Tennessee. eitlered in this market. There are also, four cases mat ion), and could get nothing to help me, until I
atl
tL LaQison. Dollars f-rthp & -.- of the *- id William! DaIjaB January 17, 18Z2. 2 Sm JAMES ROWE Gentlemen's Boots assorted to which I invite attention. commenced the use of tour Liniment, which entirely
nt
V .Vt'1. Jll' i Sf iobn'k .. tnagui1ct, Tall<.ha* te, Jan. SI. Cotton Our miuket vis anil hi* safeelcli vt-ry IA) the rsheriu of the >aid eoun- -- ---- -- -- ------V---- The above will be sold low to close a coasi;n- cured me. WAI. K. GRIMES.
mutereinity mcnt
.c-inmary, J. M.
U.pHes: f tv .Santa II.- Notice. WILLIAMS.
i 'been unsteady during the we k, a-id jiiievB have fallen Jfesi.Sid1Viiliaii Davis i is lot\vccn C5 and :SOveais December 6, 1851. 43 110 Monroe t Sun Pain of ten ftanJin
MiIurh, end grace R. K. M. IoN (; having returned to Florida, ___ years !* cured by // O.Farrcir .
'tLi the reach of all i t J "" nil quUs. The foreign uewn foMhc wtek 0f nc!talx>i.t: 5 f'H-t t.gh, of heavy build, dark j I. i is prepared te iiiftruct, for a few weeks all who --V -- .iratian Liniment.

: V t.za1nr( tb> of SCeflCeL Cotton I'ac-; 'has luid a tewletcy to de[,r
\ :rt t1IOItr LLHd immense I dis1init.n' to cell. Planters arc kfteIiflg our hazlc, and hirge and fulL Practice introduced by him into parts of Leon County SIX months after date I will apply to the Judge flicted with the Sun Pain" for the last ten year, V
i iI4ht capaci Iii te-btimunr x\hereof, I have last This has than fulfilledthe Probate of Gaebden for and could get never pet relief except by bleeding
f y.of Mimmer. system more County ditcliargeas ;
the 1i1dIIii hereuntothe my
7Ti
; i. iiarkc-t well todcett.Vg quct.e-ood .
?
;
illage the lesult! Ti f but the of HG.. Farrell's
14j my hun< and cauke-d to expectation of those who have already received Administrator of George A. DUworth, deceatted. by ue Arabian Liniment,
t.v 4terpr: and highly creditable tonurd ( 74 ; Middling.! Of @ 7 ; O
PV nud I'uWic tj-iiil of Captain; :-- ----- V the Capitol iu Tallahassee, thus JCth dayof in the cimplest form, the gentlest and most efficacious January 17, 1852. 2 6m a day, it was entirely removed, and I have felt no.
Its | January, A. D.I 852.THOMAS. remedies known medicine. thing of it sine*. I went into the stable one nighf
MO1-V| ictor who has I At a nut-ting ,Jackson Ixdge No. 1, e-onveii'-d I e.n yet ,
1 '" f'f P'"I to apply it fo a horse's and
ore leg
i Sun lay. the L'Sth! ) d-iy: <>If January A. I 1). 1852, A. L. BROWN. Persons desiring the Practice by leaving their Notice. being very lama
1 1t8, M.llle', i'lacc aiij iu lonr 52, for the purv>heof jurfDniiingtlie la>t funeral ol>- Governor of Florida.Ky names and addrCM) at the store of Mr. H Barnard, Jr., ALL persons indebted to the estate cf Amos S. he stumbled and fell against my lees, crushing and

Mj, ,' %IebsrL 0P a'ion, a ttesm! eaw and p.l1Ui( 5 '%er their dec-eawil l'.roth, A. X. lUreo, aft* r the Governor-Atteft : will be promptly attended to. late of Leon County decea ed, are required bruzingthem go badly teat they turned as black as

!'> ('raIiaj' : ('alsey ate the ucud: e-4-rrmoui at the grave, it was uiuuiimouslyn C. W. DOWMXO, January 17, 1852. C i tf [Sentinel tf to make immediate payment and all persons my Linimentand hat, rendering them po\verle I applied your
L fc lorna,j Secretary e>f State. having demands against said estate was well enough in a few days togo
a Steam, MiU ncar the >ohd iu full I>Mlge j-miemblcd are required to about
V.! !' ich' i is intf'"ded to on 1. That we deeply: deplore the untimely detour Ia i of January 31, 1852. 4 6t Carolina House, Quincy Florida. pre.cnt them duly authenticated within the time prescribed shocking again as UfuI. 1 also crushed my finger in a
i, carry law manner, by letting back leg (all upon it ;
luLIv brother.) by ; or they will be barred.A. .
; i: a of "Jus-try. Judge lent 2. Tliat we len.lr to his relations and frienda our HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA. ) I. S Gonnonn &the TAU public that respect M. R. SESSIONS, Adm'r. jour Liniment soon healed it ip, though.

l'xv 'niles Seiuth.wct-t, is j heartfelt hi their bereavcnunLS. ADJUTANT ANT> iNsPteToii (hL' OKHOE, I) 1' they January 1';', 1852. 3 8t JOHN B. M'GEE.
'"'r a ii.iniiiict.l! eympathies: Jamuiri6th 1852. i have purcha' jd the above Establishment, La Salle precinct, Peoria CP., III., Feb 6, 1S4.
,
t% ) team Millhieh I : Tliat i iii token >f our rhj'ect for his memory we and vntt fpare no pains to contribute to
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 2. Notice.
!, B-iWb ami prepare for tisu eino wear theUMUI! Uidgeeif moumiiigoa our left armsto thc comfort of their guests. Their table will be well To guard against Imposition, read ihe foltciringcarrfulfy.

-. m r: la'"berannuullv, if 50 I murlit fur the Miace of thirty' (!itVV.. TTi 1 nil\ onK-red Florida that an Militia election, lx lIPId for Major tlirouffhout General said lot di- supplied with the best !tliat can be procured, and their ALL creditors, legatees, distributees, and all other .
Ulltj E. J. STOW /4ecrctur jpjIfl interested iu the estate of
: Mil U f. bar always provided vith choice Wines, Liquors and BaptwtBrumblev The Public are particulaily! cautioned gaintt
fiIflC limo it dill lug \uknt, ou thc Ibt Monday in March next, to supply late eif Jefferson County, are notified to a
Cigars. They respectfully ask a continuance of the hone counterfeit which has lately made its
lIi( Iiieli tins CK-easioued tlie resi uation of Major their appearance
viI i1 C't11 vacancy by present claims within the time limited Liw
tV.JII1I extended by and is called the
heretofore to the
House. by Impostor who makes it
'
IJHH..P! tirv ir' I.cltIIel4tMl t to onnounce Col. WILLIAM The" e.f Pre.liateof each patronage
pawed. Jn ndditioii General I Je.hn Milton. JuJtfe-s C. GODBOLD or this notice wilt be pleaded in bar ttf their claims :; "W. B. FarrelPs Arabian L-niment." This i is

V / 'fl (1rIt :Mjjf!| a Sash and I P an- K. KILCKKASK, of Ga.l ele-ii Comity, 11* a e-ounty iu sai'l 1)iiioh ci1I ppobt Ini-pectors of election G. W. STAICNES, and all permits indebted to said otate, arc requested dangerous fraud and more liable deceive from his a
1 'ILgkjII. cistiJulate for General; of the frt Iiisinn Flo- in the M-veral pre-cincU in their county. to make immediate paymeutWAUiiKX
'8 Mar-bine, betides several I Major order of the Governor ani Commande-r in Chief. Quincy, January 17.1852, 2 tf bearing the name of Farrell. Therefore he particular
) (j'fle OI-T| j kinds n'.U Militia! ut tJio election on the firet MonJay in Dir BRUMDLEY, Adm'r. ntver call foi it by the name* Fafrcll'a," for
of R. S. HAYWARD
fulik)( I machinery yet CARRIAGE REPOSITORY1'BY Jefferson County, January 10, 1852. 1 2m unprincipled dealers will impose this spurious mix.

,.' Hi. ; *tld atlhe eametime it i is diiV j Mare'h next. Adjutant and Inpjiector GeneraL JULLER AND BROKAW lure upon yet) (for the genuine, bat vluaps ask for
%Vhii1.r: January 81. 1652. 4 St Notice.
VV
iVc.Sv H.G.Farrell'3 Arabian Liniment", and lake no other
are ridcnco* of the thrift, publicd' PORT OF ST. MARKS Tallahas, Honda.jprmwh SIX morths from elite, thc uidcn-igned Executrix, as the genuine always has the le'ters H. O. befWa,

I. Rt'neral Committed to Jail, rj TIIELubscribers liavc received a large present her accounts and vouchers to thc Farreli'* ; his signature is alpo on the outside V.
improvement of MadV tf&d BUGVv Judge of IVoKito for thc County of and and these word.i! blown in the wrap "
IlilLjboruugh .
,
ARU1VUI). Memticcllo, Jefferson county Florida, on Monday, ggTirniEa per. pla ly,;:JilltlIte.. ln guy opinion, a good in t about 24 25 ofare. AIJD HARNESS which th*>yejffer ask to lx dL chargetl from administration on the estate II. G. Fan ell's Aarabian Liniment, Peoria "
; the 2Cth a innn e r yeans
Jan. 21. Pii .Eti negro
: Ballonl, Havana.CS. sal on t.bo nit reasonable terms. All!! of S. Clark
for Henry deceased late wanted ia
fcLouW of said
County.
AiRit 'p.13' pay them the[ Waca. who) says his name j.'l TOBY, and belongto l Gen.Allirton perfcons Agents every town, village and hamlet V
1rig New V
fn I'owe-Il York. to purcluis anybf the above articles ELLEN M. in the
United
toldi"g wwhbg CLAUK. Executrix States in i\hich one 1 Li not
their established
Flu .
6ad-don
Convention inGADSDEN. of County, Said ne-fro man is
: 24. linrk (J. W. Hort-.n. I'wkanl, New Voile. call antI exwlineor V
Iaih-has mark will please tIiemseli'e.D.cmbcrl3.lS5l. January 10. 1852. 1 6m Apply Lv letter f') 11. G. Farrell. PeoiU, ?
about 5 feet 5 e.r 0 inebes no visible Itrinois. .
Itoik Jolui
25. StremJ. Ehvell, New York, 49 tf with good refeience an to character 2
06l TU Jlaik M ry Vaniey. Sturge'-i, New York. Hi owner u requested ti tk c him away and pay all Notice. &c responoibility, V

: .L Sclir. Laura Jano, Delano New Yejrk.CLEAUED. dlLwget'v ILLI AM WEST, JaHcr.JiuiuarySl. Potatoes.JUST A MEETING of the Stevkholders of the Union Call on the nent who will furnish free of char V '

LE1 J&UALV 25 !. 1851 4 _____ tf received' per Wn. U.J'ettea, 50 barrels Seed Ifcrnk: of Florida, will be held at the Banking a book containing much valuable information for? V
Potato House in the City e>f Tallahasse, the 2J
en Monday, class of
: everv citizens.
l at ejjj n ;\ sechy the papers I that Jan 23. Bark George, Fale*, New York. Notice. DEKKY A IOWLE8, Auctioneers, Ac. clay of February, fur the election of Directors. Ptice-25 cents, 50 cont and $1 I per bollix.! 7<- ,

1 $b l'n" ta1 the propriety oft IN PORT.V rPHE ereililors of the estate eif John Coleman, eleeyi January IU. 1652. -1_ __ _ IIY. L. RUTGERS Cahicr. The only t>nnine is manufaclured by H. G. Farrell .

it f'onvent ), n"d offending1U Barks Llcvllvn, Sherman ; O. \V.IIorton, Packard; JL e
L Iflii' In : John StrouiJ Kfwell cain! having expire they will ho Inured if not fruziNo.i
m.> county the ; Mary Vcrney. SturpefS.lin Dress hoots anc Slioe. Ju'.t rereiffd bv : 17 MaIn street, Pe-oria. III., and for ; I
ttvf',1"! frboth' !> J nnd they aro '." g J. (3. An.li'rwjii, Payne ; Onole, Uruut ; \V a. 1 uie-aoiituJ within fmr vw-k* from thUdaU*. Admr.Jeouary FIVE W. T. MITCUF.LL[ U BANK HONEY FORWARD fcr ssle l TOWLH br sal's wholesale and retail! at rmr rie.r> piicr by
ci-t-a VANS KANUKIJ
IS: tao C'onvcntion Jewell ; .Kulus. ildf'L! LEWIS .VMC A jct .
t-ailv! that October 1lSI.> 19 tf S, 1952.
to bdir. Laura Jiujy, Dwlauo. 1, 1 A-- 4t January $2 tteow pcteaber 2", IS-1! tl 3.Hofl

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SAHUEL HOT! & CO

,: f Towle 5t Myers, At Chambers. FORWARD & TOWLS, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS

J 1 1 HVEcn h&ttvi.at: EC now 11 et jirt. new and Petition to4reloe Jfort, 'y'. Attorneys at law & Solicitors iuChancery, 9'lIE "ub'crilx'r i i'i ;receiving n large and spTcn- In Chancery. r* THI rtTtso A.-O or '

4 ',orim.ii ol GOODS, coaming i>| Samuel Cam 11), 'TALLHASSEE I .
FLOHI&A. dida ..ininentof Kail atul! \\ litter K adjmadel'Io FL'iRTIN GAD Every DescripUon of Ay icultwal
1 :.,? Lrv.-r H>inMtc .atcts, ftVTilliitn (' ,i'C. p.mytin ia part of CLOTH CLOAKS.OVEll MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF A YD Implttae..
.1 WM. A. COUKT.G. i.l CHJXCR
FOKTVASP. CIHCUIT
: ftoltl Anchor Lev ..rSilvrr tl*) R. Ferry.TT TowuIize COATS of rirferent Mack anSI DEN y

4 .' f.'vn ;Uiim'ns dodo iiprveamcj to the iiifitetiou of the Ourt, fma o/S!. Aug'2.ti46. HroTvn Dre-s and Frofc Coat descriptions; Cloth, Ca imere.Twr Sarah Tilltnin and Jane Tillman!! Complainant A ISO. Georria ar.d Freneh Bsrr Mill SinnCX *,. *

r Silver: Auchor Lever L aiS lavit of ]>ctiicner. that \Villiam R. PUTT re- October4,1S.l. S3 wl. Sitinr: anti P-Innket. SACK r.nd other BUSINEsS wpn. Coltgen. Cuilm and Eoluw Cloi

Lapincaud common o riJ* beyonl the limits of the Str.fo of Florida : COATS : Cloth. Ca- imere. Tweed and Sat- Thomas S Snell!, Williim C. Sncl.!] Julia F, Fd- Al'o, every kind of Fro'ucerrt ta '
1 I enilemen$ inJ La<1ie Bnt Pita.aceaml asliold R. and A. u. I I and JenftteV (i. Donald for V.oel Hidc Deer
,. It it ftrdfrel. Tliat the said William Perrv M. iuett PANTS ; \ EST: of all qualm mil styles. m.-nds. usuiJ. Little, : pid S1mI'
4 p j ort men* ot Ejr and Finacr Ring:*, GtiJJ Guard* and all oilier persons interested in a certain mortgage ef MAXWELL & Pv All t-f vhkh have been manufactured from the latc son F.xecumv, ot the ta't will and te atneniUobeif For

,'.. Kft, Fub IthJ Ve t desirable matcnab.of workmanship >ujierior. f. Edmonds, deceased a'-d arnm-l B SAMUEL IIOYT. flAMIra7&ai

iVnc'U.GotJ PensG ldnd silm SjiecUcles, Gold | antSvkled half rf the West 4 of the South West Jof 1LoaI&! and] style* most fashionable. All of wluch Love hefit and rx trj/iri Administrator tltlonh -
-' Si'tfte CoLt!! and Bf 4.>tn Button. Silver. Pearl. and TALLAH.V5SCK, S. Snell), df ceased.IT .
Jfonh of( Susan
thefstifc
rf
.- Section Z(i, in Tomwbip 2, cf Range 5 Ba t,) will be ofFeri'i! ? fi-r sale at a 'tOts!l advance on the cuPt, non r :
.
t f Shell Card Cas, C..ld and SUvtr Tillable, tint made by Paid Ptrrv to one (r' onrp W. Gel .*r to <>- February, 1851. 5 t at the Xers Cash Clothiay Store. appearing to the satisfaction of the Coon thatWitli.m Messrs. Atciiaoi A Co. S

Fan*. ?.il'>r and liurt lo Combs I cure tLe payment of a note for e"4cb 00. mid by wudI W. T. MITCHELL. C; n.li.tme 01 the :aHnvc named De- a LA.xuN 4 RATt1TS.

b ,.y. 'U41, French Mini'- Cluck' Table Knivw, TeiTr I!I Gelzcr -ijwed to ))!aIflt11i nppcar nrni plead to the CHARLES VV. DOWNING, NovcmK-r 1, 1S31. 43 tf feniiant resides! hey .'id the limits ci l thu State, and Wiatiia & PlLLMtI MI.
v*, Puti-d and Silver VTate, Silver Table and TeaSjm'n.m >; f New"Yirk, and that Thomas S. Snell.ancther .
[ same ncconhn? U law ottht-rw the same sludl! bevro ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR io tl f !dte < Strr. ES5tow & Co. "
AT LAW
PJatfd ourw. up of saul Defvnrl,0t4, is supposed io
them
tak.n conffxm
against : Tax Collector's Sale. P. Yawa CRrucu
_fl : P'.attd Wniie's, do Tea &U Cttors, Candle Tallahassee, r1ric1a.r the limits cf this State, and the United
Fr'id.I. 'i'liat tirin Order b<* publi h d HJ some beyond 5"oEK
J .. i Silver and <;i'iit Giraminltm.AUo 1 virtue of the rested in bv hw. MAt4k: Co
Solar Lamp me
elicits Office at the Cap-Jol.! poscr but v\hnse residence t nnknewn : '
Tollahiftee at luast week BY Sttts.
tn once a F. PK Loovi. Fxi i
iH-vr* X '
,, .: fine d-niHlebaruilfd Gnu, She! arJ Gatr fuf months.papcr March 15, 1S51. 10 U 1 shall! expose! for ale bel.ire the Court hi u-e <,iQuincv It M therefore Ordered, That the aid WflliiniCfne 1'ILS.McCotasLaq

.. Esc*. nd Fl k*. fine pket Knives PoTe Monnu f, I cur J. WAYLES BAKER. iii fie C<"int\ot l (iad:-tlen, on the second \\ appear and plead, answer r.r deir.oi to the Gill Wii

1'ort FoU<' Vutlin*, CUronr! and Flutes, tine It*. Icmber6, 1651. 4S 4m Judge. W. G. K. DAVIS, Monday in Ma> next I lite f.illowiujj li cii'.inl' \tro- of Comnlaiht filed tn the a' ove entitled cause on ol St.pternher&ISC1. 35 tf

:* tory, Sirwpc be.C A'lTORXKY: AT pert% or d innrh thereof a* will ,-a>' The Taxes ihic before the 6r;t Monrtav tt Mirth next, and fhesstdTh

.*t luaiily and general a.vrtrett of Perfnrnerv.* ,, In ihancry. L.UV, thereon front ilie vir 1 111 to tSSL, inclusive, and <..maS. S'nc-11 within the eeriiid of nine cwmth"tiom Tax Collectors Sale.

*. 14. fcc.&c. TOWLE t HAS fakon up hUiSod- TaUahassw, and wili the ntHre s.irv e\p 'ne* I hertnn. to wit : the date of the publication of this Order, rh irue a the poser rested iii n

December! *. sii > lam lime CIrcdt f urt of the Mate of VInrId i nrti<->- in the .""'.mii ts t>f ihe Middle Di-.jr.ct, Torry acres of 1i.1 inGiilxlcnmnTv.. bcloneitgto <- sjid Bill vi ill be taken pro onjtMO ajpin. t B shall evposeter soie.betort rte Cou .
;
heLl ii. and th'- 'h" Ott(" \ <>{ .IEfflrsou. and ot Franklin and Jackson Counties. Snuth &. 1'aratnore lying on Not U, Mo.qnito themVwrW: rf. That lecal p ihlnti'n ol t tl t* (_tJrcy In the CtUnty U! C.a.l.d,. 'sr,
0 MaL & Female Academy. i 9, I ISO; 0 Creek. Hfifil
Quincy Smith t: Dilwortlii j.Vlmh ; O -.LE.\N.. Order 1 be made in seine new,par">r nnblisheJ in this Mndat ma nI acc.te; ibriP -

fPJlC next Mwjsvin Wit] commouee on MONDAY, *. Tax Collector for Gad->den County Circuit. 10th Oricber. JS'l. 'rtv.crso rnucti tnertrf 33 wiH pav- 't& .
i J. 6th of .1AICL AllY. Tim Sehwl David C M. Seott. M. A. LONG J. P. SAVAGE! Novculwr S. |1S51 1 .j | vm J. WAYL.ES BAKER &c. the
I the day tt>62. Judge Count* Tax due thereon tot year I 15, ,w ,
lurin? the past year, baa been in a highly ti uniiiii! Bill to Mibjert intoivi-t of Uefcudiint w one of their I [AV1NG a "'cuter thrmoelvet" for the pnTposeo A 'rnecopv-Attest, necessan expensemcidVni fhertn; ,to flu|;.

Iit' :; con tl4Jn. It i the oldest bistitutiun of the kind in h.- of A. B. C. -Smtt, derea>ed, to the piynitaitf practicing Law, vill jjive prr n.t attention totns Clo thizg. R C LE-TE'K, Clerk. Six hundred and torts acre, c! 1-,ind, ; ,

I '4 the suite, Iuvni4 been for nine years uudcr the dianref <>1 an account due ('omnl4ainant. bus mes n entrusted M their care. TUST received at the old sttnd, n ceneral assortI Octobert1S"t.t. 41 4mtm."rn Rock Creek. i purnortT-s tf. belrnz to L ? t.jB'' '

p (> i:$ present Principal, during which tune there has 1 X this cau e. it appearing to the atisfactiMi of the inly 28, 1651. 29 tf of Cloth Cainere} and) Vestini*. which >A much, tnerec! as will! i's' ttr Tax a tr, _

; : been a steady animal increase in the number wf Jsiutleut -L Court that Rixid E. M. S Mt does no: remade in the | the sub-vriU-r n pnprrcd to irannfacture in the most In Chancery. HUGH O. McLEtf.

i ;' *. Mi** AMANDA A EXU. hue r.Me management St*te of F! *rida, b'lt )luts fled to jiarUi uukuown, but Law Firm. J appro.edto! und .n iho nt; reasonable terms.- LEON CIUCCIT COURT. Tax Collector tom Gi niea cc-; .,

: of the Female Department; ha- {riven very [ mil uat of the lTnite I State: BEARD & BREVHD{ { rill pmctw in co-partner ; Ocntli'intii in want of n rfsrukr and tosluMtuble outfit Edward F. McDermond. Cotapl't, J Jr October lI-rl- ->l. 40

general i au },actt>r-f; ;.r<' drdnvj That sni&l Pavid E. M. Sc..ttI ) all the Conn of the Middle Ciriuit of! will do well to call upon !- Bill f>r Divonre.

of a successful uvi; accomplished: toacln. wilt MIlurae i I a] pe.tr an'i a-i-v.-r plead or demur to i-aid Bill on 'rUtorp (Florida. Office ia Tall t-.e fcJOIIX i November 8, 1851. 41 A. a CLARKE. Mary Ann Mr Dermond. Deft ) Tax Collector's Salci

'; iu char',:u "i* this lt'rtiiK'iii.| sf41 fH aiJfJ the fir-t Monday in April next, w that the REARF. Lands and Pensions. apja-artng to the satbfactioft of the Court that V tifftBtfof the ce-eit! in raeb, |JT
Bounty .1.1Qtiiney. f
bv her two hjUTc. Miw JULIA aud M- A1 A ENO. Kitoe will be tidiiu fr; uft.scU aa tu him, aad ?i T. W. tm VARD. uF:t&ri'.t iied.liivii, IT Mary Ann MeDvnr.ond, the Defendant ia the aU>T L__, -hjL: expf f r.P1ebet"feteCoofTf t ; ,

: The two Department!, i r *o trraii2 d that both will I down f or hearing i'i perk : FebnMryl.1Q51.; -1 tf F made rrmaugemtrit-yith cause, rc-ide! bey
roeoiro 41w V.,vutit nriiiinths a competent? and! experienced Ac.>ii in the Citt so that the ordinary ** of Ltw cannot lie Mnnd iy c* April next the tt !IILWI-I* d'ci.':
p of the Principal ; 1 Mjt! the nr>>t of his attention willS T wtvkly in Kime jkiwupaper publi'.he*! in Tali srru & o'JIitIEN, of WT-Iiin--n. HIhi| inn now provided with th<- served l.cr proce ( < 9" much thereof a* wil', pv rhrStir/i- ;>

I** ivn to the Male Department lie will bn ns i Inluissce pnor to the -.aid) tir-t il.imiuv IM April next awl Counsellors at Law approved .it d retlIi..itt.| foros, will attend to the col- tipon : perfvToi therein for the ,
Attorneys h'clion of Claims Uv ot // i* thrrefart OrJ'r"f That a hearing he lad in | Ountv Tax due year iWl.uJf
J. WAYLES UAKEIt powers attorney for !B' uiit\
ti-UHl Mr. JAMES M. DOBY amid ach other A* Judge.A .
by Incident thf
retc,
r to -
this came at the Sprh Terra l 2, t.f i'aid Court: nwe* r' expense wi
ci-tanl/a true i A'.te-t ALLIGATUi:, C. I'LA.T. Lrds. Pen .ii ii-, and Claims (nr Loe: *nd Servin j f
a : ; ? the number (If tuJfUt iuay rtujuir Tlw cop : the United 'tatf Oovfr-inent.; Pr'>ndfd, Tlii Ord- lie published in one of thenewPparx I The whole ol what Icalled, nrb-V Parch ;

I, Schil i is piwi'Jcd with a Librarv.anextemi-iveChem. C. G. FIFE Clerk Wmr SMITH, I( iL 0'Bsicv, upf'fl ? rs printed in the City of Tulahaec! fur the: ving iI Gd.leri, CoUflTflt 50 rauch
of
Otlker' and lili the
>
+ icitl Philosophical. an! !Madicinntical Apparatus, and I et ember 0, 1851. 48 4mIn r)fire at AHSjntor. j j om-e at N-w nsiiwvillc.! of tie Indian wr-S' miricP rs I ITl-O,war ar.-ot entitkd ISI2. to or of Uoitr anv. sptre of three rBfinth" rrerir.lT.! to the rir t day of 1 1pa. > the Tax alortsaid, b ni Cd (.ri r>iiF.st, b> .

4 a raluablu Cabinet of Miu' niU, affirming eupcrvir ailvata !- Refer to C 'l. S. S.
., js V, Siucfoiit in S:icuco. 'antI! yrtatly! fiicilmi- I Chancery.In Don>LA8. Jack*> n rile ; CoL J. F.UXE, Ocala. i vici-n ly r nde'ed) a taoJcrjte compensation npres; For will er-hI 20th DecV. 1S51. A tree e pv-Att *t : I icota River. hUGh 0.I .

ti'i: tlitiir pnt rtt Survevin w taught with UeOLaJn the Circuit Court of the State cf Florid* (October. 1 >51. 39 I chaiseit npondelivcrv of the .varrint or the amount< OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk I I Tax Collector lot G
a'1 1 Compaq and Muisunititm by actual iucaearctneut held ia and for the County of Je&erson. collected D P HOGCC.O. December 20, 13. 1. 50 :;m t| October II. T will ,
Bootj arid
Agricultural Clwmbtrv receive *pedal VtaUfr Shoes.I !! II I :
B.
Tay-or .
W. UUTCIIIXS.M .
ottctitiun. The StuJcnts of Wh Departuiente UST r"e1'44 tine Tax Collector's Sale. I Tax Collector's Sale.
rtiiK'nt
"
ft.Davi a aK of ->r<*h 00. 1S57. 1-2 ffFREMIUT.1

i, oai are aJnitt allowed! to to the uiaiiipuLition for tUcittj.lvttinJur* of the Laboratory the J E. M. Smtt tf LalieIMack an.! iohrtd l.i.tiij t3nfti-q, T virrne of authority in me l y law vettcd, I Lxee I virtue of the [K'Wer vesful in r"i, br !;T '

I, direction of th uxpertuiuut Teacljer. The ors Do. do.) Kid a'i'J Morocco do. COTTON GINS. B levied upon and vriU catrw-f for ;ate. m front of Jl_ shut .,"--e fr sale. b'fnr.theCert Hcu, vQnnr
w : .
heirf A. B C. ScoU. de'cti-rl.> ih ])o. Eau'r-.le l Jkifl4, : in th> Cootiiy of tiisde'i ,, t.n FMmxJa
for tn ]\iviint f the Court House -icor, in time city of Tallaham.ee.!! orI ,
ext'niive to f tu.lfat euterin TAYIV'IS & CO. Prooru-tor-j of
ilieCf-
I prepare Kit! *Valkn; Slrs ,' :
tul.t.w
Do. descnbrtf
tricj l zdTh.skJng ET. April r-tv the .g
the a jiromiV iry n"te aivxunt* aud uii'jscat oa the I the see* nd Monday ra Febrvary next, within letfal of -
t the JujiJT Cli*. in CV.k'Z'or f* nmencin; Do. C'iif l i'-kp-! Cotton Gin MannfarJorv. h vr- the -r- '"
i Kline due tic < niiLjiv.rst; .inliotcca.. ?or.r;. the following Ieriibed or -"o tis :cli p rfy, 'r so Bi'ith thereoi as> aitlfa\ p -jt-1
t-luJy of the li. niei jjrofvMons; nn 1 as many nIant4gea l- ALSO i !actn>n li> .tnnntiice to I their patroii and I Ihe Piarv prrperty. fir the 151 '
tlii it apjKariiij to the trtUsfoction of ti thereof will be -iiflirient to the Taxe due C. ne', Tax d"e rhersvn jea; asd -
La-iitni fur IJf CtU41. throughout} li'e as pay
: % .uv offtTi'4 to yo'in; acquiring a Miwei Colored TerS general t Jot.n| gr.wi r rr- therefr.fo
Gn5t
thut P.ivi-1 E.M..tt T.atig r cxper1incident wnj :
th'otII ijcatia.'i, !>>th in the ui) 1 awl unell 4urt d *uut n-iik iu tin- sfi.'n tl-it twy! aie prepared tosni> >1 nembti thereon for the year 1S31, and all incidental expense necessary
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any fcf
State of Florida but ha Jlc-d to unknown Da Kid Walking Rhoe and] Basking Two fcmdrert sid 'Pony law!, m Gid nantyr
trn4 a are afforded by any similar IitstituUuu in parts but I of their c&l.hrc'd! l PREMIUM CHNS. to wit: j
Do. I4,. anil MUFUC4D belong t to Robert JIIEIT .
out of the UnitcI i Sit ( Bootees, to n.f
not
parpotttng
tIkcttlntrv. : Where these ;ins hare Wen onc ;)spd, it wou'dbe The E. i of Sec. 11, the W. 4 and the W. + of
New bu'iMin' for a TJaarJinsj House tdf n'ing ac- It 14 thtrfftav OfmThat aaM Pa-j!E. 31. Scott ATH! a fine assortm-nt of ChiUrfcns' Leather, Moroco deenud ii'-n- fpssaiy Inr the bnnlac'nrerftotay the X. \V. .f of 5c. 12., T. 1. R. 2. N. and E, eontammjy -f o much tberec.t as vcili W t1e Taia-! '*-?\ri. ,'.
lU'GHO JILriT
omui'jJ'iMri! f".r arn n2mbIof S'udt-uts, have app'sar and anr.! pl ad demur to hju J Bill oa or >, and Patent Leather ALSO Sho.s.!; word j hi rticsr lavor, ss they feel I cohfi.ln't' m- ms"chinea i 582. 31-100 acres. I"in< nenr the plantation of iogoimFiat Crk Coil -etrr tot Gi4 o>-'< cbCrbprt1. UE'.<,.

: btmc a ereered by tiPriiu'ipaL in a retired and healthy i eioro th firrt Mon-liv in April n-x.: or the same fine -- have bee,, brought t ncd; pet ecu.> that! John Parkhitt, EJ* J.. psrpotthigto belong to the estate ; x 4 f'tiS&
Gem.i Calf l lets! ( t5!K
pa"t <>f iho tntru student bttfir ling with luoi will bitnkaa for confessed aa to Lit., iurj svt down their 9ui'rrif.r perf<.rtr.anre will rocomrrert1: them, of Marcus A. Arnlistead.
Ln. Imita'ion Sntch d
sire kept nnder PuHi trhoU'! 'om rc tratsrt a i* n.cr'slry j"r liearinr! ef iart< ; Boos.Dn. in prcfrrot re to all othr-r fijr now in B-.P. Foi the D. 3IcRAE5T.

.. raost eSfectoally to r nit l that! rnert1 an-i moitalidture t Profidfd. That tin Oril"r b? p'Jmed) for four I'u.ge4 and Wator-prwif Boots, satisfaction ot tho-e who hs vp not n. ed the Ciiw, Tax Collector of Len Countr. Jolm's Seminary of Lsarckj;;

hi tljo 1nitutin.- irtonth* weekly in some tjewparn r psWWuHl! b Tal- Do. Calf Shoes and Bootc., d itt l SL 44 Smj
for which tlun- are placed and ar? ona :Tjiaint v fh-irrfpulatin.lh-Pro.J ( ___._ AT 3ADTON! C. tt. FLORIDA.
I CKrls are not alluwc 1 tn fvcciv th- rtontini; rif ga- iuLa&e i 1ri to the wii lirst iG'ttv in April Do. Kip 13n ;gam aui lu-'ctts.. prirtnn neeif nnly say, that the FIR>T Premiums -

iteraen unle by reqn.t 4 the parra -r .iriiun. i J. WAYLKS DAKER, Judge. \LSO- have b-pn awarded tn them l tor the BE TTGIXex- j ? % Collector's Sale. I pHE Board of Tre'tees takp ret pleasTire rt
t Y ith fine Petrrwl Biiot
und boj- are not allowed to k-av j tin: ,r r.ifi'ijat A true copr-Attest: hfiiJedat the :trc'a' tafeFair I hoTd 1 at A bnl.i.Getir.sli.i virtue of authority m me by law rested. I have t .1. nnnnciiMf to the JIasf-nic FratrrK'j at' 'Lr -

eight <.r to f jrm nch a>->odati n] as wilj v'r1} to c.trTOflt C. (;. FIFE. Clerk Boys half welt tin ir with *jiii.- December fi, 1 tTI. 4,3 4aIn Do. Jsift"' of jilnifBt eviyv c.1eqrj1tjo.Y'r and Mechanic's Fair held! at Coiuuibtui door in the SFC05D JIC SDAl cL;* '
raorals or interfere tl. 'ir r *. ; ard at i'annnil : e j Court house the city of Tallahassee.! en the will commerce CD

The prioeof board, inclu !in ahn?, ii> :1l yvrjftanlli. .ale lot <.wl no mittke) byOttober Fair f>f t!.. nth Car'-lii.a !oii'nti!' al j 1 *eci-nd M !mlay ia Masncr., the f.dltwhug 4e-rtie.t !I tAllY 5EXT. under tie supenn-endatw 1 v

For further particaSars rf pa'Tina: b'-nJ. Chancery.Ia IS, isol. -11 C. C. BYRD. ('h3Ion.! Tt.eCrtton ginned on tftftf Hro j rewvni property, or w mn-h thereof a* will be tifient to ISAAC Arts late Principal! of Cnvc.d {B---J

rate* of tuition, Ac..
ZW be procured bv applicant*) to liald ia and for the C unty of Je&aoc. Sight Exchange Charietnn,.'>onth; Can.lina.and ai ever* Fair when I year 15I, an'l all incidental! expen'e to wit : \ Jfr. An comes among u* bearirz the behests

"N. li. STE.i'ART, Pr' iijd.Quincv Daniel LaJd, O\NC\V YOKK, AVANXAH, and MACOJ ] anjnle! < oj Ctfon from then have been evhihtVd. I All that tract .parcel of Lcn J tr. rm as FftrTies j timonwb ef charncTer. rchoarrhip and ..oxc-

DfCf-mU-r for sale in simis to uit, hvTHOMAS The Pripitftfr have in tbrir < rhc Trustees have no k>itatrn; m ti .
? I. P5I. 49 r. Po es<'innnamiTrpttili''t Purchase' witliiii Leon County, eontaininsr 14- .7iS I tetchii2a. and

i David E. M Srr.tt J. PFIKIXS: ; ens -<-lr'.m Piantei Cnttrn uroVf r ft ir,' are, Hif're <>r Itj-j, said to belbEg to the ApalauacoL i hrsthi* InntuicD. cr.dt-r hi* (i-fT.4 '

; YOHK \71SE SAIUHa WOEKS.: BI'l: M vt1.e-"t; th i'itrt- t of I-f, u'lint an one of tin? ) tober 1-??, 1 1V). < v A
NT* i !,"ir-of A. H. r. Stt.: in 'i ho p:tvm. m ij f a ja'! nji'ii contf;. tes'ii'g( that the petft>nr>:irice ot the Oias;; R IfcBAEFY. and tlie adi. isane S'ates.Ihe .

1 iiiMrt 'i tlt' .me due the) Omtl.vtm. INSU1A1WE COMPANY, and the saw.rprfd'sre' bv th-r. CIOCUt bs- eseellpfl Tax Collector oi Leon Cuanty.l. object ?< 5srjt to he sCci7l"1! hv tt--:

ViLT' 'i *nti.n i is invited to a new improvejf.t'turii tliru- i I' ipjviritiET: to the m'iu"t0n f th I it I ARTru ai), CON PCTIC v r.WILDINGS. hv nr.v Gin-5 ev. r Rirftiitfactnred. yny01l5.1 44 m i ders of tlt Institution is to tusf t'i<.:e tit V'e'i.' .
T > Iron Kaiiimrh. Grttnr, Ix ; < All ordtr- f"r nisis., giver, t-jlher fo apr trave'iln education to nil 'vI.t i. < y"Uccme --
meat :. r. th.t D.nii 1:1. M.Hvtt d< -* not r--i/.e Jock*. nnd Cotton in Ware-boos. a sound practical '
m tn tm-
a Kadi anil Wrua ht IAJO, to1aj! n orlor.il Au' it*. or rnaHed t ih- Pr"t'rc.tc'r. '- Tax Collector's Stle.BY i's faene ciarirs.. and to frirs *: '- J4 _'
ite., malo nir Sttfe: Riiitl. \\ill i)) Hlwavstoceire firmnpt aMeniJon. nir f1 t'd i in In I tfiba! the reach cf all-even the nir r 1 := i
mied -I n-'t flit i-f tllt! t"nt; .j Rttf5 : fc A ivftjp of ? ower me Uw. ]
flZLflG.vrt f> Ja.tnr21.. <;.V> .1 will) he <> t to any. jmf: of the r*>ut.try, and f'r b'r"rstCt he 'he Iatttvsre of a Circitla? i5514'd id :c e.a1PT -
\ ft ;* th>f f-- r ;- -f Tn! : s'j'l Par! ? M5.'ot 1 AsrenN, exfc *- < {e. uri 'i4 ( '
.-* : 'nosure f'r rtnJoouie' .' ranted to tve sda(as fjtn..TOR .. tie it !a nar dez torriuS : :t
I bin } ol Gss'-tlei! )n fl -* : mem of project.
"A i Q-uitC stM.'l
;xpj'er; ; an vu r ; < nrnv.r to ;(M Itill: ,,rl in n C\-Utty rfr..
It i* the tnon ha 'fa. f.. Mir J.a.'
!, vcr.m li: l> 'fi ihe irt MI ii'U'v j iii April n -* cr tl '. JOHN PRATOHIUS, DFTTON Agent.CnImmuiq. f. ( :MY M x% *te fi noTirw"1 tf'.rrib>- !.rn .
'$te gruzw1.. frm ceia Ha S. )S" the dalJM.. i' .- r- '
February I. 5 i Tuiocn and
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.. \\i\:\] I.t* i;&'>n caf'eej ato Jii.a, and M.t duvx, y rwrfv, nr 9 > mn.'h tturenf B# vriil pav the > .'ie of efearge frr ,
;*Tb4tctc.etc, [or "rir r.4Tc "r'i OF CM. t PJLt'rflTtrri Wc s>T '::1
'rrf\ due thereon ( fSf-1 t ljl' mclnin aucfa as be prescribeL"
f.T }> Mrif) f-. ;.f r'f ; Countv rain ro i terms may '
TODOW GUARDS 4.Tor \\J"Oi.TTJ; ( ; ) ifi.unn his fri.'nds ami the pubiiT ind incident lLff < enbjrLr.f J pr.Hc to fl'4i-t u. in ccr ermj I 'n
a1 Jrt1 tTintih: Orlr Inpt'j :; :, 'i l frf 4ur e, t ttme neces-wn expense* .tr :
: Btrtwfl. hreThnri; Uiaat ic a-.ib rebsp pre.a. non V v-clH ii *?,,,- bt>-pa.fr ts*> i-l .' Taiior t tb.t r *!,.- 'z.tfl tiji..re Uif.'ly! f"ctn7 1je'I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., \\ ,11 : jr-, and n-s front taihi'e and Ya----- : ii

t tr't iUi i't-ateu: 1 io ..rifir! t Mi.; i. 'i>, .\ ,j, .,. \i-j, 'hy' ('. If. !5fi-rf L'iUl'"w3jii.v "' / OVID> iid't'n their friends an! il.e puWk- that( EighfT acre* pf Land. Ivin? on Cro'ik-tf CrilvtiuU > btlielj 5OV.ttflt ID die hotie tea: -ur a.: a. -

guazidm. CIML1 *n: Lt- R'.lKi* Pnu-ii-.t: : >! <-rlM'! will be |-) aai; L they !.:ivo < u hn'id a c..od a '-<>rtnM-nf of owht UKirueo. Lt-vtss. j i m>- be disreanl.I '-

tx1t1rnDr tbii 'm'. i A true oopv-Attt-t : 0 :ITJ '!ld! to tii fiJK tt1i 1 wviiiif ilwv who limy bdi article* at ar.i -2' ni'rnJly kpt in their line #'ibuinsss. HUGH O MrLFIN1. i The scfafiiastie yrtr will he divide i

J p&emm couvel : bcii; hi e. '1'I-. Fnn, tPp'ltc'r %j'i'tfH."! fe> pa'fiiji .' hi:n in 1 li i, UiK1! of bu tat -& and will 1 ,. r-ci&-iv in 4 regularly freali supplies.! Their Tax Collector for G3ddtmi! r.im.t r.f five moTths eaeb T rtioa ter taA -*-'

3:2nwn: rtu1tug frren tle ( fiJ1I31v fi. 1 :51.; 4A iyIa He )lw-. rt4\-t .t. !Lv; *l'i lie; mrdvult. P term -lull be ni nabta. TTntrrhf.Yc. r..m tt Km j paid iuvxrialty in thaite'

K* patented, t(4 r tPrL.nee.| clronii -'?i.hrt ,y -, '/-.>..* --/.n-/! ;lif Cf<.f/i*, cetir'r'4, 1 S TaIhtbt8.ce. O.-'t ,hr 1 1. 151. 40 Notice.IX

for the beauty of i1* innuwr.'jle vrm. aj Chancery. /rZ4U/ ( -J ; ,; ,,,. r01 i:4fl'/j'Jf (f --** RATES OF 'I'TTFICIN.
who hare tiemanils aniat the
and ally tit clmajme" t 'I.' n /:j i> r- .1! .! i> K CL o TIUXQ Crockery, &c.TTTE \ ppffln nny
ftc d-SL?)*, b1) In Vie Cirmi' l'-i" r :tie ifth.
of to
bv FJ ri ; i estate *>fJohn B. D"tsreft, 4ct-ee4t.! late of J$ For the elementary oraocBe*.
lc. ihui cast ir.jn ) it i is'nitojrevier uiri\"liffl! ro.tJaag and for Jtit&t>nn fuutit '. All of vhtcli. I liitUT my df :ire e .* ia i\\r\ > amquality. I'' Kive rm ived a cood assortment of Crockery, f *rwn Cr Florida. will present them without delay Grammar Arififlnetit(:, .te_ ptr
,
a 3 vet flf irei to th, public. The plan rf ci-if- Mi'i yn t'a* efcnp, a-1 anv <4h rlLat will biM. Ghif nod l Stone Ware, nty. cr.pby -

_ IB? the rods w *o couirh <1 that c *:h biti'' The <-Vr, Tltoraas C. Slclxain, m ] in t3.H ni-! ;.( Hi.u vii1 i>ive mrtittilar attenII.HI RfiUid. (flat unit juare Bar Iron.Kail. .- for pavmenf. eitherto mvselIor Mr.Josef-h Brancli .e"ic 0. : U--
Khercr.c
in tie City c-f Tnllalia'see, who fc only aui4rizedagent. Enclih tranches'.
jaa'URl i gi i'ea to fctdi i'idiVEhlftl pa- hi.! buiiitami Ro l. Baud. and s; my For Liuher
kiPi ibuc a suppon to hopes he will merit a liberal Hoop II Iron afcrai i Jl -
t' fa- D.ivid E. M.BUI StL Tf elairo not pre vr Tt1 within the +:me rreerihed -I Uisry, Ancient end Mcdem. >
of tl* vh'sLetrttre.. It is b4ievd at jutn>i ,iife frflfl tinpi; bljc.NovunVr (at. J put wibjc' lnR Vry. Ac- per 5e-i' i m.
n m t id us one
'jriei; nai-d of the 1am't itt T-ir*. i u3 nium'ittetvt: ] 23. I IN'.U. 48 tfPur IJlatk'im'tiAiivjU.; Iklhw4. VicpH. ..thlmmmert.. M1 "' rA
,: A- & C. JScott, 4t'Ct1LeL t* the t AH personx m.febrefl to sid estate are requited to for Laniua'es.Hvher 3fatheroati.
taw maiiacr. will -wilurt at S ea't fi'e tiim jht iu- 'ir* > py went r Hin* r'.t-b. Broad end Hruwl Axes'. LctiID1

lau e that a Cat Iron Utti'.ius in uriliuary w : t\ tif a ju !i : '-t aiwl iaJerf due the ( niisliinzt. S1h_ e fvjiinine.'PHI' N.iils of ull &iz<:.i, with general assortment of wake muutthate paviuent. Intel!.Xteat Philosophy. Fobftcal4c -
Prices kaai tk Uiis to ft. *"va. C, E appwu-iiifj, t*, tl.e ai4"itu.n of tb" JOHN THXERY, AdmV. per sersion, '
U of withstanding. CutU-rr.
: v.iry TKM 11 ) suh Di'4 SI.
that s'tt j reside ia
The .mthcribuc tlj njauufat-turus < < ( s it
rwr lineal totft, h fled iiiU t_ tnt 1 FENCES part ,
WIUE I n ?M Mm Russet Brcan' '
t.
tare obai"cd iiiuc' :fir. he[ inatui'arturers!' amiiioy parr Notice. that tic .Th"rtuf J*
for cncloanj firm'*, railn adB, porks, lawn*. &C guar- not < "* ri'f th. t'jwj tate4: KC do. Boys' do. do. venture the a ertkn
m will vvariuiil H I h; i ie a smmseri'.f jftitle.Ve ero-fltom. leTRtee. entitled to iTetri- nrn-qunlled in the S'ate
That and
antccd to rosart cattle. Lir'e. SLeep etc. wWc-b nrc / *'. J71'T Ordered demur paid flarij! Scottappear \ have 'mtbre4J oar stock ol( L afe be
1oad or to siid Bill 4 or Board can
itittzui-he1
exLenaiYeIv awl. and jrrcatlv a;. answiT. orbef 25< do. do. il',. do. do. do. -
becoming kip it.tu
bv anvl to excrnt
prepared Bcwru-i
rcfeht aruvajf, are "oh Jhiwkins Sarah Hwivmrirf> Ia< ,enieut
( >ofJenVrrn
be- *-* : in Apl next, or the < : wable term.A er-n
an-1 ek'jjaiicc of firm ; the Monday -ame do. I,suh'** Lfathrr
of 50 T'egred Boots
:
by Iighthes 9 appearance < wholesale retail r' "
':r4cr* loraitich-s j ii our I imp, at t or cttrlY P
Florida d.eeaxt notified ti exMb- the Trustees at an
bv
U thus >r efae ta to hi'-i, iuid *ut down County are hereby be erected
ri
in imperceptible at a *hort di Unce. the <>w will be taken the Oent Calf Kid MK'' float TJrotsBov t l.
>n tni>st .I'-corainodatine terms. ehetrfdh gTe
it tl e'.r chum anil tfTiin-l.H} wrhn two from further infonna-ion will be
tbP uninjure*!t. *nd the beauty fur hearing tf ; uvftPrwlA ': Youth* and Mi--*-* Shots.10O year
unaitf-rrupted. p'ospwrt We have also a fe'\ arcout.t1- vet due to as forth,
i-i! date to the w1ertr.ed.? or r.e *ame win be bar- drcsin th.- undtriprcd.BY .
f lau'lf unnnrwin-d. The fence i< TUiida on an d. That t nis i Order b cape l.M'J. sif-m-iilSv small amounts
\ear They m Trtste-
are
red: and aU **!* indebil to the said deceased older of the B nrd ot
entirely new plan. beinportabltt, vet f'-"iiiv. Ti u (wti) weekly in *om<' newspaper |>tmI4il4 >" ? hut if the whole cmtld be paid ihorti it would pi lrtTK-hr C< ttn Yarn. Xo 5 to 12. per to nuik immo'iJure ertra to CHARLES RUEL.M.idito .

\rlnle mtv be talom dvn and tr4mporUi with the 1haee prit iOhaiiJ first Monday in April n'St.J. .&r towardt'iIqUid4Ling eel I tiim bach we one. All of which will be "l.l! a> l low a? any b toe mnrkd't. are requested FRANCIS A.pavn ThWK1S. C. U December h S.

a tamc fatuity an L WAYLES' RAKEH, Judge.A LEWIS fc AMES. Hide Tallow and Deerwnx taken in trade, for Executer.Jeffi'rc'n ,

rod Iron t'otiiCrom 12 ta IS feet true -Attest : which will allow the hurlict) mjirk Qnahiiudrm
3 pem- iocludaij < copv J10,1C3( 99Saddlery we pnc \ OKo!
NOT afl.
>nT 15. 1? >! -lf> m TallovvGrease
Oils ,
*prt. C. G. FIFE. Ckrk. tktober5. lN;il. 42 HEIR A RUST. ,

Inqutncs nnd oriler add 8ed to the Proprietor, December d, 1S51. 48 4m &c. Notice. 'Ilitit'iri l'itt't.
.
icill meet with prompt attentioi. rc'ovd a fine lot of men, boys and lad!. t Southern Kntual Life Insurance Company ,% LL cretHuars l sJiter<'.and person entitled to distributiin :::44_ MLiery OIL D

JOHN :B. WI'TRS1TAM, InLEON CiiCC3'. JUST IJrfaX 2mI4u-tiLraIe4, Stirupa, Spurs, Cull of Louisiana.RA :-\ ofc and out <-f the e-W ,>f Robert E. __?"..i .y rer 1.

2 10 Broadway, NTY. CIRCUIT COf&f. Skins, Lowing Skioi., Kip Skins. Patent Leather. Fat YlXf; Ifon nppr.intf! Ayrnf for the aliove Company rmb'in. dwa- f. l 1ae of Ga ?Men County,are htrtbcnotified ?5O( Gtfl'ts Do. t!

Ware1iote-4fl Brondwaf.Vflrks of Wliip, tc ,nnd dit-niinjf it unnw.-'iirv di cass- the demands in casks ofariots ezes. Piee 3 P -
t tent Fu-tian, with a good a4sc.rtmfut to present their claims an;! ?. totha"nilii
Albert C. Jordan )
\ -Xetv York Wire "Railing Works, SO6j Complainant, Divorce.Lory For sale low by importance' and advantage: of th'1 mutual mn-nrtrwe icrifil within two years from this date or the 2iO( Barrels Coiled Faint OILo
1 Lewi hiieet.N" ra. > HEIR .t RUST.OctoUr principle would -rx ct fully solicit the cmn.i'krat.nof -ai'1 rTaim* Mid denani- will bp barred at the exr/ira- iuCO Gallondo! doiii .

B. SikfT! M dal awanlei by American Institute, J. Ji ian. P.-f.-ivlant ) 4. U.-.l. M Q the fiti7iJ of'l'ihiiutee(( and i-initv. Any inf>rmatiiiJi film c.f jiiJ peri >l ajcreeably to the r-rorisioa* of the casks .
FT apjearii>art< the Hati iciion of the Court, by aflidasit __ )iud *84
10. Bronze M-sijtl* awarded by Fraukliug Iiwtitu J. ) -- relative ti it,can be obtained by cnl'inj on the statute in s-ucb ea'e- mule and prondefl 350 Rtrrtl Tanners' Oil, Vzn-irt

A 1617 aud 1848.Xoremlwr J. J r-lnn.made iu thu cane,tlie that the) Del'en'lnnt. Lu.-y Here I Jm.flAILINfl u! "enbi-r. C>. S. KXIOIIT.sr FLORIDA A. F. O1ESO!>. Adm'x.Decemlcr ties. fir>rn S5; to CU> cent* per palfl- #>
Ijeytmd limit of tlii Stat.o
15 2hM. 45; 3mA that the ordinary reside ,procew- of suLpa-nacajiuot be acrveil td purchase certain property c'n *' ***" HO. 1P30. 47 tf 13, litfL 43 ft 15t>0 Gak-ns! b Casks of vaiiottosize- "

1 board 7 l
her V
', Now upon : tinbuliiu t.f our world. THE TRUE MEDICINAL for Heavy -
Opening Citizens of Talljiha! '. ee ji'id Notice. SO Tons Tallow Grease,
Jt it Hvrrff Ord- That said defendant 1!
01
T the well krv wn tn1 rmi-rly ocfinpis-i by and answer the Bill of Complaint filed in this appear c.tu.e All who ititeti-j [iurci'i' >iu g.4J', will! find it !.to: then- COD LIVER OIL OFX month from &! .te, the umIer >iipietL a'lroinfetra-' Coarse Machiiicrv, in Barrels or Ca? tb. .

4 CLAKR ST1LLMAX, a Central aad tielwctI'all I on or b fire the fn .t M iiuJ.y in Llurch next, or >aid inlr >.t to call before they" let the innnev ulip) from T SEF'I'L in !li- cinot 'v-r iful.i; C|ition. L tor on the estate m4 f Louisi R Newton, deceased, sisteney ronuire-t Price ft cents in Barrel Fr J*. ''

: Aortrnti1t Of'I Bill will be taken for cfnf<' d a ninrt her : their tinueri S. S. KKIGIIT. ,,1 i tjniit j1L.timatiiiIi, .,t ii in,,, flret, ,it i.., ',,., will presr-nt hi-< final nrconnM anti vouchers to the I 150 Ton* Ohio iliacral Point

and Winter clilhlng, Prodd, o.zever, That n tkv <>f this Or l lr be pub- October IS, 1S51._41fl'oticc. [___ and .ill I I d li-.e ->!e t ot t!'.* Clu-i ,t-d LnnuA .mppHol Jwli cf Probate for Leon Cucnty, and ask to be &-' est market price. chill in. the. 8
cot
Go vli Cloth Cat-imcr Ycntingu, ITnry. Ii'4et4 in come uevpHrxr in TuLJ! ae for Uiretliiuaflui thom vat'iable medicine i- ju-t received, niurb t is charged. iUoliim-ry Oil, warranted w tS. uptrra
Fnc'y < weather and considered by these -
which )before the i-aiii Hi-t M' u-i\\: in Mutch next. warranted and ot Yen superior qualm PATKICK SMITH. AdmV.
Fine Sewed ani Peirzel Boot. Slip| enn, 4e ; Adniin* pure ? OH
months after date the umlcrw ned, t2
4U 6m
J. WAYLliS UAtfEUJwL LEWIS & v'.Tlt.: Octoterhl,185l.
*!. Ac. SIX For s 'le by :
veil the _
the fulooribtT 1 ia r<*.idy aa J anxiou* to on October 27 1 ,f lli ,ui-tato of 'ihomait IJumttte, will apply > Railed! Paint Oil, equal to Lir0fer
It31. Attc 20 Ti1Lliaiep Fa..
: :5'i ,
May >
,
ma't rca'onible tf nn*. far eah or it vfuivaicKt OSCAR A. MYEUS. Clerk to the ,Jud u of IVioutiof Hadu-on County, firi. Notice. 'white ,. I.

The stock of Olmhiiii eonm'it' in part of November 1, 1RC1. 43 3m final jsoitlunicui ani 1 'Iilinnre from said estate. ;PROTECTION: : INSURANT? OIX mrntlis nfunr late, I shall! apply to the Jadre I am constantly receh-ing large "PP' nr.I
Black nail Colons 1 Dr -m and Frock Owta, COWPANY articles and motto B. -
DAVID iSOiiXTO.( > irfmVaDAMKL of Pn>baie lor Wiishingfon County, ft.r a final set- hove named my
$ Black, BlnR, Orofn, P-rown aid Mixed! Frock, Attachment. BL'HlNKTTE.: ) > IIAItTFORD, COXXECTICUT. tlerat-nt anti l <15fliarjj8 frum the estate of JosejJi IXLcnkev I sd qnict rdiirms." R 1 "P

: Bark and Fancy Coata, ILtdison County Decviubi'r 13, 1851. 49 Cm ('ti.ital Stock, .flO.flCO. JectasetL 50 jh"der Street, (unJ r Ilie .:
fn Justice'* Court, Second Listrict Leon. -
Drab, I3dck and Hniwn Overet. County.Dunicl JJAPTA LOCKET. Adn'xVasLington ,

H;uered and Black tik nod Black Satin Vet*, Ladd, ) For Families. rr'ii' i und'rskiiet]l. Agent of the nliovo C
,' :Black, Plaid Grey, end Fancy Ca *uuero Fauta- i* [. Amouct of Debt, $21 58. A f\ SHALL and convenient boxe FOAP to be _i ii lirepareil ti take ri-kfi nir.un-t Fire <>n hnild- ----
]orrn Daniel ILtir. jim's and their coiittnts, HI the mo*>t fa uruUe ttrm cWE
} fllIwiKLt; of S. S. KNIGHT.Xorembtr 0 Notice. Furniture Chairs, -
Silk anI! Y and F. II. FLAG. Asiint.Talahas ,
lltrraillc
White, Fancy tts, variOUf -
LIE Dctoidant and all others mterestedi here- 1,1AM. 43 it LL having deman-i-' against the estate X*' YCT.
!: prnon from
p
T 185 1. 42 rct-eivetl
Ctlicr articles too uumerou* to meution.A. ce. OctoUr 25, lave just
by notuifd of the commencement i f tl.i) cuit, -t A. of John Rawls, dcceai'd, late fif CatKIenConnfy. ct U's"
supply
further
-
B. CLARKE. Par Siiartnee. a
rutumiible ui & Justkv's Court to IMJ b-ld 1 r.t Tallahae Exchange at QuinUic.AYKRY are hereby notified to present them to the w

.. __!OvCntbO 8, 1851. 4* tf on the wx>nii Monday Fnpittor article of QUININE. |u *t re- We are now cpenin?
to appear) und plead to the tuniu.iivea I Salt Iron, St.i-J, uiikfct., Kcr fX l3rorttp. IIT Liw. or tliis notice will be plead in bar and nil attenti"fl.Otal .

l Tax Collector's Sale.BYtrirlue ( uiider uiy hazel aiui .-< :nl, tldi S'lth day of Hats Caps. Blafk DreC..uts, Pants, Vests, (h'r- at the Apothecarv nnd UN Diwff AllD.Store Jr., ofli [*r on iiHhbtPil to aid estate are requested to make which we invite and Plain Back Sofas
B A
e : of the power w.ed i iii p" tn law, 1 [ 6EAL.1 DtHXuiber. A. P. 161.1JO I. o,,ats, lluiiling Coal*. Sa.llles!! rridle&e.., given in of the :Mortar. pnvii: nt imnnMhntely. Address the Aduuuistratiix, Tfte Tetes and Divans.Quartctts .
Oct .l 42 Sign a
25 1P51.
Ihe Court il >YALI> CAMEKON EXCHANGE: f..r Cash and Produce ".f the 1 b i r
: \ in Gaichidemi Cuunty on t&w< S
Miy next, liie lalJo-rikj; dfCf4h j>n i>.,tor 3, 1652. 52 Sin November 1 1. l'a51. 43 Ieeen4ier l hi5L -l 81 teat WKty. WV.
have
TT'HE cxcrri es of Miss CLATTOS SCHOOL 'will Ctar xve a
amid
i1I Ie S .ile Cotmm4'
K ranch thtreot a* |D uy
l'a.et' due thtein fmims D,4.lo: I51.incItisive, and Drugs Chemicals &c. Uutter.e -I. roinrnf-nce on Monday, Septemlxr) 1, lK51at Jenny Lift Cottage Chairs,
,
Goods. do.
New
I incident Ihdelo lo wit : vrrvbot BUTTER for the SiUn.l House attached to St. John's Church. Aster Gilt do.
Eb. recemrvepetme', :?4lFr1s family use,
Oneiiundird and *i\lv ale ot l. nd inCojo ( atadcn SULPHATE QUININE, varrmitcd pure and full *\j jut n-ctivi'il and f(.r sale bvJur.unry Atigu 4 iS, 1851. ZZ t: tf "JUST wived for the Ladies Fancy Cane Scat do.daKu

y. belonjruiKlo Knbinn HoilinKei! Ijinj; on the 10, I2.l C. C: DYRD. I* 1'lain and 'laid Lustres and Re Lames, Wht Oak nr.d Walnut Wood Chit*,
Oil lwk) NEW GOODS. Rose
.;Apilacliicola Him, adjoining i rise loch' r.f inuerarjlv. perxr.Ptimitkd Plain and Watered I'opkhn, L'rocades. Caregcs, h Bottom and dO"Sprinz

HUGH O. MrLUAN:, ciiiiHidme, nn article jirepnrcd from the Fine French Dress Boots, T1IST rw-ived a fine ortment of Ijilio DRESS 1.treri' 1'e' l. iincs. Plain anil I'riiited Tissues, OfEoe nnd Dinine Room Roclers,

THY Ci.lleclor (icr GutUden County.ovmrS. Fcruvbui Bark, ronMtlrred nearly e 4ualto Quinine, at'about ., GOODS) unch a=> Ca merp-*, M. D'Ijinelira! e< I"igm-t"l, Plain and Striped Dre s Silk, Seat Mahogany ChaD.t
CONGRESS of
ND
C.AITEKS!!
third the ricc. ,. \ snpcricr'X antILO"
erie i .i lIih
Ji1. 41 f-m Berasre 'l-ines. F'hturetl! aid) Changeable! Silks inpat4..rn Da la, BLck do. do. Children's
.. AUt
ALS(> a gtntial of Chemicals of the best i : quality and fiuiah f'r tiile! low by 'b ROWLES.
*uj>ply BERRY
.
I'lain and]
4 t I K W. Watered BL-wk Silk.*, Plain and FLtin. F.lack nml Watered Silk Mantila! ,
T. MITCUELLDeecmnher
quality. vat. red Blu-kl Bilk Yt Jnuarv 3, 1952-
Notice. IS, 1S51. 40 tf : -ti.. ICid. Silk. Cotton and C-aver Glove _
f AU, a variety of %.xnli for children- wear. Embroidered I II. S. nn1 l Ilortlor L. C. IIiltc'R
1 i-hall to the Hnnoraor Fine Oilnpno Lubiu's Extract and assortment and CapS,
,
1 wecki nftor date, I npply an he Hats
Which
SIX Hats. j9Ol.eS| *o sell low. Lile Thread and) Muslin Edgiut's and InH.Tting!', Csu0 ?-
ihe 1 1w r of Toilet low .
Articles ut ,
Juil eof FrobnUs in au>i County *' Fumy vtn- filctH.Piivi
October 18, IS51. 41 C. C. BYRD. French orkM CSIIM-H. Cullurs CufTi & CLemi/etU, received a
,
.TclTcrBrtn. f-r letter of jultninii-tration on the c-fcUte ci;r Fain Killtr.! Ra AJoncral anti l Cabm're SbaIs,
Jcete Field, Utc uf taU County dei-en-e'1. poodV India Chiolnti'gu. ) BoaMr. Drab II3] Wack B.D.KuMa do Lots for Sale. Illujk White Shziwls
: l-
I r JOHN WOOTEX. Koto's celebrated FLatus, and oilier Family Me,] Hack; and Colored l Sporting Hats! f.r men, boyb anti LARGE awrtment, c.f FALL nnd WINTER White ani Crape l C.'l.'re4 l Silk, P.'rinet', emberlfS

Jefferson County, December IS, 1851. 43 Ct ianes. youths, just rtccu till And frale bv A 0001.)::). comprising an article< needed in this Stniw anti T.cltorn ilo. Notice. _
Jajne't. iledicines, At, dc, juit rectjred) bv HEIR! i RUST.
market received 1fli
ly rwnt arrival- ( New York
roan Black ST.k! I ice f..r Mantillas I shall j
Shirts of all Kinds, LEWIS A AilES. October, l5l. S'J; tf fur salt- in /"/* to unit purchaser OIX month after date. of FrOb
Fink. TJnc! ami White Ifc'im Mu ln
; ,
the Jougtf lo1!
tf :
October 11.1 Ml. 40 O: and voucher to
l i and Fancy Colored-soroevith EmbnjI November 1. 1SC1. 43 J. M. WILLIAMS.Yonth'sChildren'snncl F..k! r.Bil White Silk IIoe, Cotton, <*

> WUFTC Bosom*-bahutifiilly ttitched- .
t decent late
;
I Negroes ,
; Broad and Music Plaits well mads. uH will fit to :: HEIR & RUST. Lave iu t revived a good s ort Boy's Clothing, With a great variety t>f othtr articles, to< numerous Adminutrat-or $, A '

charm. For salo A 'i'! '>vW. LIKELY and valuable NEGROES for falf i-f mpn, lx ve iri4 eiths.Ck.th.Plush onil' OME of -which ucry Landsorae. just received by to nuution, vrlJcll they will plt-ae call and ex- from said (1_ g JogSS0 Gxa

,# T :JTITCHELL. ; bv 8 S. KNIOllT. Glazed Cap, vhicblhoy! cfftrW. CaU and f cc tLtai VT. T. 'MItCHELL amine. IIE1F.
T'r' r 't, 4 tIin :.c) Ovtcbcrll. t9 tf Xorecit r 1,1651. 43 tf 25'; 1S51 42 tf January C,