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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TEFMs-TIIRrI DOLLAHS IN ADVANCE. '1' 1 1


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of 1813. lUUpLCU tile I U1O Important National Statistics. -

Errors of Pact ia Hallory'c Statement.I For proof refer to Journals. AcitlCTLTTKi:, Poi'CHTIOND: ? [Tnwlati'i New Year Hymn. Facts Against Theory. :-
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: from
the lIoUi
will
iil language. on tho! whole!
F AC'1'11l1S.-flje ] The
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12. lie House .Ilej.orl" J. C. C. Kennedy The sun l.lcc following concise article contains, in himsdfl operate ngainst

I. "I refer lo the House Journal, fall session, \ ."-Extract fi nm consisted(I. vfforty members. t < Esq., the Superintendent of the Census, A vonr kis puvJ up Li.th: -eoia limAVakc. >-o -igaiii; a nut-ohe!!, says the Richmond! Enquirer He tells
is a ns further
:! foomieiicing on tho 17th November, at p. j: one of the most valuable documenls'of the! .tli'c: noiil, that the value of bread
jf-43, Tlie House consisted my thy jp-nccful ttrain, vast treasury of truth in *tnfs
connection exported last
it m liuie be *eei that the 1J41e at the offorty-one members d!8v. It abounds with facts and figu! *s (ill Tofcingof love .thinol! with the year, was only $21tUS633 ,-
session
11 Kusifct'ed of forty members, twenty-one |sic. referred ti inijjortant subjects, derived from tile in't' anthentic TLe year t1t'I'a&t| absurd j rctensions and( far-fetched! chicanery (which is less than a third what was
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1 jpr ,, quorum. When this body met there 13. There were tircnfy srren 1 Whigs and source. We proceed to noticctomc I From ownfil first la*t j ruling List, land of the Secretary of the Treasury and the to exported state that in the this famine, year',) but he forgets

I s ere t euty-one members present; Fujgo-j thirty-one( Democrats ia thu General Assem'y. of the uost interesting : An.l ift >n f mini, ; Governor of New York, on the subject of more than 8-21'J19CT3 is i 81,000,000; ()

nominated as Speaker, aud bl -Extiact, p. ia. Tun POPULATION That m' f finif rrvJ, hot-house was exported in any one year un
was or Uxiox. protections. It
fOil IIJMJJI rnn Assuming brushes der
j the
Anil at Tariff of 181-2
There iU! hi\ri-Vr away F am50!
1istressZn ,000,000
the lii*i vote leruveu twenty, one voling blank j jor were trefl7J.ela1tVbigs and f Air/1/ the population! ( Caiforii! :: :, to belG3000 ,- Gave to one dash, the cobwebs of than the annual moro
D > sophistry thrown
way OIK under
that
mocrat" y y I2ssing.Wliy Tariff.
average
He declared (one Democratic (which .
all. d
Ui ot t at was not decUjd, j member having we ( partly by ertinnlo,) and around the

; ftrd the voting proceeded. Is not this pro- |left the Leghlature and returned home perma- omitting that of Utah! i-sthnated at 1'JOOO) ) Tb<)ugh ihou1tl years I tl then t-lnse coa-t their anxious frar, natural laws question of of free trade and the The Great Ksa cf the Senate.

( 1 ciM-lv' the conU'blaut's( .$11UULZtt1Ct nently.) the J, total number of inhabitants 1 ii: thellni'ted (;Jwd'$ gracv, v LoUsVr may di11MJ; ? demand and supply. The The Washington Correspondent of the

trtiu: Mr. Maliory 6 SlateiiuJit, j It. 0. J4. "I refer lo the Senate Journal, ]SO .States was, on the let of June, 1,30, Outln> all time-ull ages. Secretary's own showing is a fuL vindication Charleston Mercury gives the
,
J \ reft-rence to the Journal will show that! p. 4, to show that in the first act of that body, ] .3 3,2tti1O1.{ Tia! absolute increase fronitho lla In L4tv n :thovo, of the wisdom of thu tarhTof 1810.; The account of following graphic

the whole vote cast was twenty for Ferjru- /Aw i.Ae w** enforced.''-Extract from p.Aud 9.) the 1st of actual June, 1S10, has been ( ,l7U,18, ud: I\epm.-d finis love a estimated icceipts) for the fiscal year, commencing United States' Senate some of the great men of tho

ton ; ami THAT NO voi: IOH II&AXX WAR Mr. .Mallory: then recites particulars of increase per cent, h 3r\l& Jut TboeereMlmsure there, July 1st, 1852, and :
lor oilier the lection of IVvidt'utof it Las been shown that the probable 1 ending Jane HCXKY CLAV is failing fa4 and
jt.uor; flU' vote aav nersotv the eziate. amoua 30 isi: becoma -
,
i of f population!: Them aii<,'t l U His are 851,800,000 ; whist the! estimated in a old
Ti! ? \.niiigl>rtag nra ror'. the record t The Ivtterroxnt1jo President acquired by additions! of tcrj- pure gloryZn very man. Hf .y-J ui'iAig
x-j lent. vMe lie I .nl Vtt ...
which pro ( tory eho'.ild be deducted in 'VI1tX1I Kiir CSnr>r t'tftricV. l.rt C9'21> rv-itirwl i h c ; : powers : but a heavy hand lest3
!. whole v-ott.' wits cast. TUe Supplemental making .1 ?
ljl.it- t i Argument, p. 43)) will show that compar That 'eII-sitme i2n mount to only 42,61)2,290 10! ILis
ison ,
between the Jesuit, of the 111S 1l 'c j upon !him which he cannot shake oft Since
showed in fact ihere th arid! ,
,',.ror.fd! vote was no qwrunt votiiur, and therefore a call fthe ujiue t usage. was one of contraction, ''last L vi',!!**. 'Jiiet-e teJucttons diminish the) T Dir> *him t-tts uur our lUtt pnii.M-s-our then ivay\re-owe, leave in the Treasury, July, let, 1852, a bal- j tiiancoof e last session ho has broken down wofully.

I ] was4tad, More proceeding farther 15. The rule (total population of the country, as a basis ol I WH> spared us till this daj- $ oGt,1-1oo. There h, more- The collapse of the high excitement of the
was asrrjtn recognized comjiariMm, to and wit > LoiiiiUvus evidence strife that then sustained him and the utter
tho
with I .Janes. the during 23,074,1201, the increase >v liaftilIVv't.ta over, on face of t'.io Secretary's } ,
| < same wssirn in the election of a Jtcgis. tfl tioaitl3. The n-lativc increase after our Lind, that his estimates annihilation of the high hopes ho nourished, *

"The next EOCH H of the General As-1! of J-'rPj4'! Lands. Mr. Hogue received '' allowance, is found? to be u.,17 1 1ii Our l lioim'f. our kindred, rutar. report, expenditures are h j have suddenly aged him, and what but a

v,.. !..1v was eoiavr.rJ i 11* .November, iSlJ.tw, entv-iuic; votes, &e.-Extract from p. 7.'v|1 tIT he aggregate number of whites per ia 183C cent. S.EVCJI' turn evil thatlXMflCfl"C lie xnc, exaggerated, whifo his cs i nates of receipts i short] time since, looked like an old, but still

tua jlr'iu1zat1t its cjcctknsIhe rule sea* ad. The election case cited (Mr. llogue's) was as iU,61teJUi> ) exhibiting a gain upon the : blp iijf, taste His love, are less than reality: strong temple-graceful yet in its proportions -

; I:' r ? II. G. not for Kegisster ()Public Lands. It was for j number' of the same class iu 1S40. of a,4'J3- Adore Ills gtii-jauctt from above. JTrom tJie Xeis: York Journal of Comm'rc' firm still upon its base, is crumbling

(hie) aI 1JW1'< rf (!e1>n* !:i tlie Senate at Clerk< of the Kitpmnc Court, under the State > 571, and a relative increase of 29JO! : j per Oil Fatlior. with Thy'love ga on, Tin: TAKII-F or ISlo.( -The paragraph in fast into a ruin. lie has been confined to his

that i4fl wa* *.V a ajcfi'y f a juorxtm. constitution. cent. But excluding the 153.0CO free popu To cliccr Thy clu'ldu-ti dar l ; Gov. Hunt's Message relating to the Tariff'nis oom for the greater part of the session, anti

-S.H; Senate Journal, | 17. j jJl. 1C. I am enabled, by information I lation supposed to havo been acquired by As ?Vr 'flinti! Hid-xt! sificr; tirt theS114.W sen in admirable keeping with! the Report of;j has i recently been compelled to go to Philadelphia -
quite oil v\v earthly sphere!
: Mr. Mi'/ry; rtatcsthat the resolution! > retlctiirin : to answer the contestant's tlie addition of territory fcince 1810, the gain AMcr-inc! ( hand, the Secretary of the Treasury on the same to recruit. It is more than doubtful
interroga-; and the increase Both these functionaries whether he will ever fill his seat in the Senate
: as judgment of te General tory, and to jjifonn him this percent, i is 1x4 Thy e'nrzmrnI! subject. appear to
? upon
dii1 J'' : rJbo hd j4)itat ote The, twelily.nine blank voters intended point.3 to de 7. It. Ik evr oar ikli ht! think that the country will! bo reined unless i'i'again. To fow is it granted to die as died

I)4 1'n feat him, td 1wtIITy.; ot.s Lgiitr of expressed not assent but ; ]tw 'rcnt, I.wnear, ious of tho
dissent.''-Extract from the' present CCII5US, i-s 3,1U,29S) \vhu-h shows tariff of 1812, or some other system of meeting same end. A great
I4J:: wt' : 1uy p: ) iw p. 13. i Shall ev<-rike! our fruit in Thee, pundcr
au increase 711,083 la life---tltath---ir tttni; '. introduced. Go-/( Hunt speahs of an'!' .c change is gradually taking jlace in our Pubi -
IJLt zit.tei iu the House.4 i The equal to 25.58
: itt' :
:: twenty-nine votes for Blank i pe t
\verc proi i i Councils, by the removal of those who
c etit. If we deduct enormous b-ilance of trade against the
i nouticed 19,600 for the .,..
: tt' p. by members of the" jjrobi. Louis
"hig pr.ty Kapolcon'sLoaSs Pareitae. I long l stood as conspicuous landmarks in the
exsj i 1e population of country, and Secretary Corv/in the
Texas implies
; ) in
: el IhJO the
}It t will 1).' c"fn n* 20 of the J nmal f girt Ip. (except the two members rcsuh
Senate
page from Key Napoleon Bonaparte, who i is Chamber and the Forum. He who
more
of the comparison wiil be bli htlv same thing, though his own figures show!
(.f the Hou-rt ot' lit pn sentatives* that it did > Weel, w ho were elected as Democrat*,) and The ah. olnte iurrrns will be diflonniJ. ofa man: than the world have supposed, is the that the exports of the have exceeded now glances over the familiar scene, meets

;3.j C'J2Cg5, and nephcxv of the great Napoleon ISonaparte, the in j.nrte about 6 ,000,000.year O, but"- I no more the lion port, and the eagle eye of

t' ; tJg : ; a.cd t1ruugh \Vhig Senator, and presented no candidate: it j TMB and grandson oJ Jo .- : bis first wife. [ 211,000,000 of thee exports consisted of CALIIOUS-the} face haggard and worn, yet

JjI! flot.: : I fur2i-1)4i a ursiri: ti- may TtnIIth1V be pnppocd they were geni j i i free colored FKEE COLOIIKU.-Tic! nsmber ol This captivating woiruin had two children, I specie. So did $5,000,000( of the imports bright with intelligence. Tlie grand brow

; !H'1 (of l1i" \: ;J'1 r.tl Afi&emlflv tlrtI: tJie point J erally indifferent Tlie law infers from their': ia 1S30UMS 20,037 ; in 18-10, both by her first hunb.nd-Eugene and II!or1 1 I Moreover, the specie exported was the and cavernous eye of WEBSTER, full of lurid

HVi1VILI ia I'M-' jnM) ut rase, which: 4kt troys vole, indUnrenee, and imjilics, absent: ; and: it'' SS'V-i'13.been The increase: in this class has tenso Beauliurnois. Louis HonaparU', father duct cf oar own mines, or displaced by jiro-the l light, scowl no more on the spectators; and

; ixi'; (} gcuid for the usage set an. | should be prefuniod, in compliment to their I 4U'J9, or 10. 05 per cent of him who is now at the head of the French product of our own mines, and was less by now 1 List lingerer of the three, the spare form

intfHig'-ncts they intended reciacly what j THE IM-KKAKB.-From) 1S30 to 1&10: the people, wr.s the third brother of the and of
1 Let u> t'' w !I4rnk into the eioii of i | the |I I great t many millions than the product of our mine? quick eye HEXSY CLVY pass like a

.i la th' in/ v r iccJiQ*during lite session, law, implies from hdr act. Their ignorance increase of the whole j>oj ulution was ;tt the Xapolesin, and born at Ajaccio, (Corsica,) on '' during the same period. So that, instead of shadow! on the wall, on the way to the land
of taw ought nut to be presumed. Rut! Mr. nrte of 3 2. l>7 j>er cent. At the same rate of the id of September, 1778. His marriage'with the of shadows. The big and burly form of
;i i1idd. in t-Hch U2d every one, the ruJe j I draining country of specie, there wa- | !
1 \vi; < :'ulliw (3 is.."-Extract fr ia 7. ,! Mallory, is mistaken, pcHsap5, 1:1: the unquali- advancement, the nh.iite gain for tie ten the daughter of Jojephinovas not his ]1 more specie ia the country, by many millions, j I I C vro.v, a strong man in his& sphere, has also -
p. I fied statement he makiKo far it j years: la.-t: past would have k-eu own choice but brought about the vanished from
as applies 5,578,333, by joint I I at the end of the than the ; that scene, and CASS sits a-
L the v' .'> /?.-*!' eLdion.c? la the House of jt j !ie motive of all, the Wi.ig members. One: !' -120,315 !K-ss titan it has been, without in- l labor of XapoK'on, and especially Josephine, Can any one tell year as ,why the at product beginning of j i j t lone, unremoved and unmoved, amidst the
Hi( ;i"c ?!}t:''ti\i-t: tie! *-lt'1jIBS were matte t leabt of them! f eluding the increase who our j
1 a'f who never, a' any finr, consequent upon adili- artfully accomplished nnny objects by I crold! mines is less a domestic: manufacture j "noise and! confusion" which now character-

;/!a mj.ir'it lii.r'fa j arioa.-See liouae Jour- from 1ir-t; to l kt voting, voted otherwise! than ions of territuy.Anrx which the hoped to make certain her own position ;i- than the product of our iron, or k-ad. or coalmines IZQ that once dignified body."
aLp.G: !.
i i I fur lilank, states that: lie ? as Empress. The first
was indijfrrcn!, which OF Till T\TIS.-Taking the proposal was ; or less the Irtnt ot ce
: '*it 1.,, .._ .,,.. .._.. thir.t innilr nestle industry Ftl)1 iAcDuim
5. Even( the cnec of the oomm. r*. Cliocn, I IS 'ii.r. .4 *I; .I..i : i fi. : > to liii: in Jlllv. I .OO. shorti v Jlffpr the Itfturn i than .1 bah* of cotton goods or a box of flicirailtj

( I hnrt It.. Sty quot.-d l y the eontostnnt | eoiiiirutili'tted; to ne in an ntitheniic form, square;; miles, and tlie average number ofteir of the: First Consul from the campaign, shoes? Why, then, should we object to so Far Selected.

ii 114S! of eoWiJice, grew out of tiu. at'. but is not uFed in tlie case becaur-e it is not I inhabitants: : is i 1,."; IS to the srjunre miles. one of the conflicts of which was the battle of much of this product leaving the country as \ out at veered sea-the tlie wind san \VMVTale Lh,

ri-i :: 0' 1C Prbyttwiau chw'O, &e., and legitimate to go beyond the record for proof The toisil: area of the United; States is 8,22J>,- M areng'). lie th -n gave it a decided negati fluctuations of commerce d. niand I- "We saw a snow white butterfly and I flapped the sail,

i; I itc nqI4tctt, w h1I by Jwtice Rog- of the meaning of voters. 000 square miles, and tl e average density of! th] /'e. Not long after, it was renewed, but \Well at any rate, say the! Protectionist, if 1.alieiilg Iwf.T e the litf ul gale,

t..g :it :ilsi pr.ri'fi : but is 4k1SjtU orr- 17. ** Whereupon he (tlC Covernor)1tied population Is 7,219 to the square mile. with no better success ; and to escape further it i had Ml Lecn for the gold discoveries, your Far out at eea. *"

:' ftiflli :: ytjjvfff** Pour!ofPcnivy1rwia.' to Mr. Mrtllory! the usu.il CiMtifk'-ite cf his election Tiin: MOTTTALITV! cr TII: Cxiox.-The importunity: Louis Uoaaparte: made a tour of: free trade tariff would have ruined u?. So The little stranger who Ln/1 lvt

-.i't: 1. &::, p. 1 !. I tie! certificate bfirjg; in the form statistics of mortality f.>r the census year rvp- several months in Germany. they! said in 1317 ; if ii had not lecn for the IIU way,t>f dialer nothing knew,

Ti .' liar.< JaiJ d<*wn liv Judge lingers that which tic! laws of Iloiida (ride Tu! Dig. resent the number of deitl.s! occuring; witiin In October, lfc.01. Josephine not atall'fi! lamia in Europe, all the banks in the counI Sttllvcl Then awLilc fluttered cpn o'er the the mast,

TV* TI r iffNK"d by ilit? Supreme; Court. Its p., t57)) prescribed for all officers! fleeted in the tio!' year as 320,114 ; the ratio being as one discouraged by the two pre\ious refusals to I' try would have been broken. If it had not Far out at sex waters blue-

apj '.! auaa lo the'blale of facts onlyvas di&J: te, inruIng that f3tembcrof Coi.gnss." to 72(5( of the l\ing ;iioi-ui.ttion, or r.s ten comply with hvr proposals, made a fresh! assault been for that famine, and again, if it had not lnve, there
gleamed the
Extract fiom .'). each 72( of the upon Louis. One evening, during a mnloss 6 yr
K'l.Uli to. p. jta liiig:: population, or as !| been for tho gold discoveries, the imports Beneath the lhuIflCi tear& ihecu
Tha law ton to each 720 of the ball at Malmaison: she took him aside, Napo- would have been mush less R'twet'n ;
( referred to does no! include (t MembT.1 population. The ra- than they actually them tLmee the butterflr,
"Theconfetitiitluns of Akliaiaa, Delav.ir '! of Con risa" It i is confined to ofl-cers j tio of mortality in tLis statement, taken as a leon joined the conference, and after a long I I were. Mr. Corwin wishes! Congress to interpose The sj Jrit lifts this vast scene,
; >. North, Can liii ConneeU.'at, and( I4:1I1-: 3i whole conversation, "they made him give Lis con- Furtwit at .
i of the State government. At 77 of Th. seems so much less "than that of any j and regulate these matters ; but wean sea .
-.Iv.n.ia: have tliose cluu; 'j iti !:m* a je iJn. ;I jjj"., (the work referred to by Mr.p. Mllorv | portion of Europe, tliat it mu=,tf at present, sent, in the language of Louis himself, and I con tell him that they are already regulated Away he sped with Glimmering glee 1
,) j
tror '\
: nenrfy sorith Ilonda, (viz that r the 4th of January, 1602) the 1)iiu,
: a be received with contract, j mtu-h indLtixiet.thW Seen-now
will Ix- found the some degree of allowance. by a power stronger than: Congress, g.'tie;
provision the is-
;mnini' ,it v of each House slidl *ute aqnoJfeU authorizing the civil! marriage, and the religious ceremony and much less !liable Night ci-mes, with Trial ami rain, and! he
of Tun : to
)c a certificate % T'r.t-rrnE.-1'he err.
to
a llcprcscntaficc in C"un- entire !
Xi
nun,) a.:id tlic.-e Stales h rh capita took place at the rcsiJence more will dance Ix-fore the mum
j-vt *ve <%a< regua j ,, private of the The natural laws ,
id the n es*; but tore!) is no law authorizing the inve-U'd in the various manufactures ia the of trf.de-tho relations Far exit at sea.
I First Consul
of ia Pari -
Hiuum-r their JSesiatars Ilortenso
electing Ueauharnois !
:m I ("trh, JiliiFI ni li, rtyutrr a. majority oft, Governor lo give a commission or certificate j'United States, or the l tof June, 1S50-not had but just left the celebrated boarding-' 1 lune l between supply and demand-will if left a- lie (Iii s unlike hi* mates rye seen,

(1Tf// //ii: nfm ,crs nfihrir Legislature io elect.n of any kind to a .Senator, f consider the re-1 *o include any establishments: j>roducing less school( of Madame Campan and h-til regulate all these things in the very best IVrhurw not soomr, nor worse erased;
Kxtrart I coid of | rocredini: in the election, to be the than' the annual value of '"iOO-amounted in no more manner. Should! it happen that we import And! he bath flit, anil Inown and seen p
from II. 1 in the affair! than! her husband
p. only lt-gd proof of election. round< numbers to 65-10,000,000 ; value of part : -both bej j {too much; in any given period, the state ol A larger life and hope-though lost,
'J'ii? roferences given in of lists ( j ing instruments in the hands of the first Consul Far out lit sea
sitpport ns- 1 the! raw material 550,000,0'K} ) amount our exchanges will soon reveal the fact, and
1aid
F 'iiioii! : hintiv JPrri'q //.- : OnOf
1 ; Smeid.
t'le'! <'!iatacrat 'd in the following! November and in the 1 "was thee a more gloomy
States has; any eueh pro- cd articles 1,020,300,000: ) number ceremony ; never them. Wo once had a chartered regulator
> i>i'll. Hie i Jirst act of the House! of ; of persons had huhband and wife a entiment the three modes of using tobacco
) rule of el tton for $eizttara in t j wry HepreMMjtatives, j lemjJoved! 1,050,000. stronger pre of domestic exchanges and -the is smo
the said $tate is, lesjw'clively, us follows : i \iz: the election of $|Sieaker, this rule wns adhered of the bitterness of a reluctant: and ill-! I I (Tniled States Hank-auJ there currency were king that which seems to have insinuated
I 'itself i
Delaware: *' A majority <*f ail the votes I to, crowing thereby that the resolution Tun .tRIVULrrnn.-\'lne farming im- 't orted union." And ladamu Campan,' i intelligent men who honestly believed many that | most extensively among the youth of

MNorth rcfeiTcd to was dewgned to be permanent,"- I'lnueuts J 31,820,273 ; live rfock 552,705- who was at a ball given hi honor of the event t: such an institution oar community. Tobacco employed! in thu!
23S ; buahels wheat lfi,7l"VJ30( Indian th-rt was indispensable to the way, being drawn in with the
Carolina: *< A majority of &e xoteiMBr Extract from p. C. ; states very countenance beamed withjj&atisftCtion !' heauhJ'ulness of both.! l>ut the Bank ha'i vital breath,
cons TiO l;TjS5Or{ 3 ; pomijs of tobacro lftt) that j conveys its poisonous influences!
1)h)! IIouc. ,- save of the bride, whoso into
This
of the ]been iler.d! 15 every
was a part same session at which some years, and the condition,
( netjcut: a concurrent vote of the! resolution wr* adopted, and cannot be 5ft,4H4: : ; ginned cotton, bales 2,471.211 ; profound melancholy formed a fad! contrast t; ]both of the currency and this exchanges isi j part of tho lungs.

CJP Si-nate iiid ijou&o of Hciiresi-malivea." | used therefore for the jxirjio.se hero asserted. pounds of b'itter; 412,202,2bG; pounds ol to the happiness shu! might have been expectod i (notoriously better than it was during ,the j There the noxious fluid is entangled in the

l>lViifevlran! : '4 The voles o f a imtjuiity TJie election of a new Speaker was necessary cheese 103,181,535: ; tonsofhay 1CiO5,61 ; to exiiice ; Sthe seemed to shun her rusband's ;, |life of "monster. One would that minute spongy air cells, and has time to exert .
| tons of hemp 02,182 bushels of dux seed i looks suppose its pernicious influence
Qr f lest
tii<; fuurubers present. because the former had ; very he should read in hers I tho would this on the blood, not
one
resigned. country profit by
4 5t 17,940; ; pounds of maple 2,7592G3 the indifference she felt, towards him." teaching.i i in vivifving but in it.
Alabama: A. sugar ,- : And has vitiating The blood
of indeed it
inajoiity the whole 10. 'I1it' profited. Rut the
!
nura- of
seven; announcements the hhds. of protectionists imbibes i the stimulant
bet of ; cane su'rnr 318,014 ; homoi narcotic
vote*:. principle and
Lt IVcfeiding; Officer, A.C., were received! by the j i made: matmfactuixs $27,525i>15. Pcnctrclity.; arc not the country. They are a circulates it through the whole ,

j priot <,f tU Ft-o the volumes and pages Assembly w thrait juclio.t, opjinsi'hn, or re- I\ Ah that's the wonl-punctuality! did! I minority cf the whole! ;..eoj.e! and must be produces, in system. It
rfferr.d Corrox Goons: yonever
J UMOX. consequence febrile
or a
to .W. THE -Capital action in
% MuUury. \'ijnark, Ac., and the (Jeni-r.-.l: As tmbly notifij j invested see a man who was punctual: who t'i.inot L ; content to let the majority govern. It is amusing those of delicate habits.
: Where
value
87-1,501,031
'** ed the Erccnlivc of the election !! l ; ; of ra'.r materi- in the I i to see how the lion. Secretary labors' there h any .
Z i-1* constitution of Arkansas requires of allorv. $3 1S35,05G ; male hands 33,150: prosper long run We don't care t tendency to pthisis! and the tubercular deposit
employed ; ( -
[ Extract fiom y. \\lio; what he to explain away or the force of facts
ib members elect to j p. or was-high or low, black or parry i 1 oa the tongs
compose | f female ditto 50,130; value of raw material debility of these
which! he is
) s : but, like Florida, her j I Tliat the announcement was received "with-I! t.ftout .;31S J5U3U ; Ionic lianus 33,150 white, ignorant or learned, savage or civilized : I obliged to communicate. In consequent on the use of tobacco in this organs
employed ; i' 1810 ,
the
50
I. ftipilation, election of ) question, jiositionor remark," is amisif j fcmalo: ditto 5'J185 ; valuo of entire products', i -we know if ho did as hu agreed, and that th"-- crop of cotton was so small! \must favor tie! deposit of tuberculous matter way,

thr<:std States Senators ujn n majority ofresumed, from the ah- (51,800,181.( ) was punctual; ii: all hu engagements, bo pro- j j jpercd price i was enormously high. In ;and thus sow the seeds of
consumption.-
rn1V4rs (f tkc Leis'1afure.-IxtrLc1' I I senc question upon the rt-cord ; but still amlxtale. \VootLix ( and was more icspccteJ; than his shiftless 1850-1 the crop was large, and the prices (I This practicn inifwuro tins natural taste and
Uxiox.
ttfl t 1 I am infonned it was chiiuied, iu toons OF THE Capital lying neighbors. still high. The crop of the present year, hej relish for food, lessens the appetite and weakens
M.rolo invrsled S-'iS, 8,050 poumU of wool tells us, has exceeded that of last -
jh ; Men: who buines year, and I I the
for prperriljed !lily !law in Arkansas I| conversation! at the time that I wis t heeled.j !. used <30, 02S2!>; tons of coal -1(5,870( ; value careful how cotnnrjncc tll.' should be; I will therefore, Le calculates, produce much powers of the stomach. As to j Ieasure -
b
nftinttors is j No fomial question was raised, because it was ) neglect their obligations j jaud produced by it, it is, I believe a'well
: ) ,
of
material j less -
2555,0$8 male bands In
jnot' ra\v : ; break their !. ilOIIe) short, every thing has work"i
4It A known
in order to do ia won who i fact that
tfl so joint but person a
ijority of all the meeting, i person smoking in the dark
votes given. -Iicv. j employed! 22,070! ( ; female ditto 10,57-1 ; vJ- "i: in favor of the existing Tariff until
tat "ii more jianiculaily for the very plain reason) ) prompt can always ba accommodated; and i now, is very often u.table; to determine whether his
of sand
entire has
ie 013,207,555.Tun
jirodocts so prevented its evil
thureioro 'lord tendencies
f=ujrgcfcted by Mr. whose t over another man's: as cigar is lighted
H. The} I Mallory, woids I purse or not-Dr. J C Uarreji.
from
: reraarkaUe resetnblancc between I j, quote j as follows : And 1 will hero that IRON Txnn or TII:: ULoN.-Capi. Franklin would say. Although the best men being perceived. But now the mask is

7lb CR
: p'liU'btuut'ij, is j rendered ettil more striking j fi rt vote, declaring the contestant elected, it 1 of entire products 12.75S.777 ; capital Lives-; case h exceedingly rare. He who is prompt J-ter is to be revealed. Well, we shall see resentatives, (Ga. Legislature has Rep-
thc> ,) refused
; fyet tltat the clauses in the conUituj j could not have received more rules than the; c ted' :;i castings 17,4 I,3d1( ; value: of entire t to fulfil his word, will never make a promise I I Hitherto the present TarkFhas: falsified all 1 I1; by a vote of thirty-ono to ,

.. w> of Florida and New Jersey preset ibuig.ci rrcciced. It vas a icason of great\: !\ 'products 25,108,155 ; capital invested in where it i is not next to a moral certainty that (tho predictions of the Protectionists, and I it I j compensate the delegates from seventy-one, to

dqI.uin]:. &c., are identical in language..trflct ."- I political cjctifimcnl. Party strength was ucar- wrought iron 11,105,220 1 ) ; value of entire h he. can do as ha agrees. If you would succeed I will doubtless cli!o so hereafter. Wher. it firs t the Nashulle Convention. The Georgia last to

froui p. 10. /j y equal, fyc."-(Ext. I p., 13.) \ ery natutal products 10,747,074.( bo punctual to the hour. Return borrowed i I became a law: the protectionists said it would 1 I lotlln* f\f th. St.t- __? J il.. Legis-...r. ....

*1'1 he constitcUon of Xew did t lv those if friends money-the. moment In I yield very inadoquato revenue. hut instead and
Jersey nol> < mv who bjieved me. elected you promised. II : appointed four delegates to

rwte.a.._ x y precision_ _at all resjteciins a quo- knowing: tnat IF there wa aguod election, Take A ITev/spapcr. all things! : if you are thus prompt) we will i j I of this, it has yielded a revenue which has State at large, and authorized the represent election the of

( of Nw .lciey iuP no Eubsqucut jirocccdings could invalidate it, Every family should h-ive a 1iowppcr, risk you through life ; you will succeed-you I carried: the nation through an expensive war I others by the j>eo">Ie. As it has turned

J ''t'e Ji! Hji3( (the date of tho decision.) and th.tt, liy the Constitution, the Senate if$ and( at the present cheap: rates at which they cannot help it. Those who are prompt. in |- with comparatively little borrowing, and will |i t the Nashville Convention was out,

'. the United Stales I(are publLJiod! most families: can afford toj their business! affaire[ are j soon extinguish the debt entirely. And so j affair, a very fruitless
in j
generally but the
I to State
icfer to 20 of the same Jour- an impartial: body, would ; J tako several. A cv-1 is none the less bound in
page [ j cotemporary very justly o!> department of life. You of other predictions. Hut we have not time
!
be authorized decide cry know J honor
t9't (IM5. to show the to -and knowing, too, never thorn to compensate those who
) of delegated
die ruleB
adoption "take were
j and
(4 1 W previous gebuun.Eitract from hat, in the Elate feeling existing at the time, Kin'es a ncwsp'ip !r, you do morel to l b.) > l.itj; at church! to the polls: or to bed.- to particularise. to atttnd U.-Columbus SentineL

Ihe p. 0. ] and in the extraordinary conjuncture of the lo secure the morals of your children, and A promptness Iii every tiling characterisesthem. The plea of the Hon. Secretary: that last

Journal does not flow what h fctated. relative strength of the two tides (there( being prepare them for future usefulness, with two .May you bo thus prompt. year's cotton crop sold for less money in the Louis Napoleon is said to have lately

10. The next ollicial act was Iho jidop- an exact lie in each House) no useful movement ) or 'three dollars than with! five limes that: aino'unt The foreign market than it was invoiced! here, I himself follows, in which the expressed

tI9r by the Senate of the rules of last ses- could be made there-icuiaincd quies bcfclowcd ill any other way. It is a Legislature of Georgia has passed a shows at leat that he was hard pushed to and terseness of his style of point ,

elj'< ;>, see p. 5."-Extract from p. 'J.1lu cent. duty which every father owes to his family bill giving the election of the Jtuiges of the make out hi.-* case. We doubt the truth of manifest. expression are

and country to take :i newspaper. It cultivates Superior Court to the peopb. The follow the remark when '* 1
> J urual That" the General authorized applied to the as My life be divided
< a
at A shows that the Asccmbly" crop may into four
page aalledgcd its
(htion the ( a tafte: for reading, and spreads before Sing arc mo.-t prominent provisions : whole, but lithe is The first epochs.
was with ft material Governor to be informed that bo (Mr. Secretary disposed to go was wasted in rash
tnotlifi-/ the minds "The of each enterprises the
of the
rising generation a chait of people judicial circuit are to behind his ;
(atfl! not given by .*1r. Mallory, namely! Mallory) was elected, is! an; error fe'ueh a elect own custom house valuations, he second, in tho triumph 'over anarchy in
the
the 1st
passing events of the which will a judge on Monday in October
"util: o'her mlrs be (adopted Other mlcstoon course had been always adopted( before, age, : they ought in ;all fairness to do it ia >iard to other France : the third, in
upon 1853 and constituting
consult four a
and by so doing: add daily every years thereafter. The strong J }
'vuc the or weekly articles, as well cotton. The Government
election as result
after of had! and in
ado] of knowledge. No Uidge. and Southwestern would be '
) on this occasion it; be that the person a large addition to the value, over rope ; the fourth, de
,
Mr. may circuits coitp pistolet
Mallory states iu several places Journals would who reads a ncw&pauer regulail and care hold their iirst election in October I and above the Custom House
that havo: shown the iuion appraisement. _
the rules of the cession oj was fully, into the world without knowledge 1835, at.d four i
previous every
ivcro r. goes a years successively. For
not ::s "unanimous : wo beg to assure the Hon. Secretary COCP
:Mr. D'ET.tT.-.ts
doteJ
by the succesuve SC5JOfl. as Mallory as&umes of its doings that tecures for him intelligence No one can vote for judge who has not resi. I that all newspaper readers *
i it I our merchants and ship! masters do
believe
was. that afterwards [ not are not French
4 The ouly po&wble object iu this mud lx to some clays nnd to ded! in Us circuit one year, .yiJ in his linguists, an explanation of -
respect.c man! enmity
the two Clerks of iho without direcliun say every generally work at a loss, but at a profit. Asa this term be !
create an iuferenco tlsat the resolution! of J9J5 I: Legislature, and every man! should say to his neighbor- 1: tix moilths, prior to tine election ; and! then( I general remark, they! get more for their may acceptable. It mean, literally \
aas or authonly; from the General Assembly a stroke of
coatinueJ as rule TAKE is restricted in to the State as de
A
3 a Ly tho successive made euch NEVSI'APEIL"oT voting county in which I commodities on the other side than coup grace -
J--gUlatures.' a communication but the they cost u means a stroke
Tbc ; ho resides. of ds
fact No soleil
be
\ifll elected mercy coup
bo found Le ono can a -
to here
judge after
1. llrat thc&c Journals thow that no fcuch instruction emanated : O let thy soul remember, wh.it the who has not lived ten in the State adding freight and charges. And stroke of the sun, Ac. Tho pronunciation *.-
adoptions years three it is with this enhanced
ii. Tuat rules at ) were einporary; ; from the General Assembly.D. will of heaven oril.-.i.'ia; is good for nil ; and if years ii: his cicuif, and been a price of thtirnwti i h l-oo-da-tah. It indicates a bold! determin
large practising attorney tides t'at utchase ;
wee a: they
adojitvd at |> foreign in'
tv- goods eil
of
L. YULEE. Jlbr JJ, tjooJ i'jr due. ] for lie years prior tu the election." the < act higher-law stit.snuansbip.-eard.> /
j foreign uuikcu. So that the eerctarv's I! 1 lets of approwd rules aud usies. f


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-Aa ._. -S
I
1 -- :: I that
L. ; is not to preach theology- waj the ;
:, ,":. .. '- : to denounce the democrat who gives aid The Florida Conference. Singular Tral held ince ol an earlier time-but p ;
;. i J,Orn kt Jck'h ,.rtli,' XC-Wit I I THE 'A &JBURN Lu and comfort" to the abolitionist in their unholy I This body closed its session on :Monday The M. E. Alabama I,, life. Let mo discriminate.! spirituality theology I.

.
Saturday, Imean
I EenovV of the Indians FLORI .. 20th at Mobile on
r" .' = last Previous. to the its anniversary the scientific
= I nnd unnaturalvar the rights andinterests :afternoon adjourning statement of
-- upon Christian
I .
Public UI".ti"'U: other been jointsltj.Jeratfon,.-.,oull'I..hI on ,the!I (;.ulf t' I 11 SSI.E :- I' of the South. The coarse of these I .fallowing resolutions were proposed and unanimously the 10th ult, BUhop Andrew presiding.The called .- i j: truth ; such as you find! it in Paul's Epistle to

'. Tampa, :1I1J.tlin ;L of adopted : case of llev. W. H. Millburn being i the Romans, or in a modern system of Divin .
.- a..t. t at c n the subject SATURDAY IEBRTJABY 7, 1552. I whig presses to which we have alluded places I the -.hin of life *
thing I
'. J the usual question, there any ity. By prea mean such
still u'liiain- That the thanks'of this Conference ,
Indians "I
: {ln i k1 % ,, - -:' in that class of who I I
= them Ieolrd
rOr =
\ ; : -JJ'\: tnt ::-=-;:: --: = :.:- persons discourses of our Lord are found
i r\n of tho peninsula. : and are hereby tendered to the him r' being asked,sc\ernlIJfon*responded -J a in tLa
against
.... i
# ,
0 in;; b ti. uu Senator Mallory] will please accept our "tVnipomul f'r sin" tly are i:>cl5neil to Evangelists, especially in John's record.
'
;;1 Itl'&olrtioIlS were: n-lopled at nil these meetdpivcatiiig 11 v funii f t th&SC! they Lave; HO mini! to." citizens of Tallahassee: for tho very hospitable entering the following, with other i j t I be
.: l' : document*, as :.l-.1SO I sir were about writing to
thanks : public % : yon, a church
: : the continuance, : of these \lu3Lll -- enteitainmcnt of this body during our sojourn attended the Strik j
'" ,. ; f-- iug'; : within our limits, and uq;. Mr. Cabell for a paper containing the I The Hoi-Mian A Journal qimtwV"iltcr to the (ffint among them. complaints: 1st. Having t edify them in the faith you could not find a
.
I' .,; '.. .Iitht\'ss: snvngi-s f the MUioxatii-u cf Ttasia' ayahut tLcpro- ers' in Mobile on their last anniversary ': better model than Paul's great epistle. Bat
influence That thanks tendered HI
: Government; to use its' \llt KesQlrcJ, our are hereby -
1d ,r. '" ill with: the the tito ijcneral (;Jovernmcnt: to fullill it$ Census ReportArrival. -------- -- I \'i i"I" of the Constitution Hwvawiuiispwl. mid tliinks] that 1 because Mr. (tle'tyt 1 It i to his EXCl\Ueuc. Governor Brown, ; ,'Jd. Hating spoken of John Wesley, I| when you were' about addressing a presentcongregation
mk the
'ItI k,to Koloiiin' obligations to the State of Honda, by of the Humboldt. t f.uld i**f help mlull! it. and'] \vlicn tH'\. l pri-p>t to :, ;\i.fur the use of Chamber for> the : and, others of the early Methodists, in a disrespectful I I ,should't'or thoughts were t assume
I
:; The Steamer Humboldt imived at Halifax lmk in iu that of this tendered I that form, say your selection wai .
arc
emoting the scattered bands: (1ft lawless sav- ; ur.uoxati a party ttY sessions body, so politely I manner in his pulpit; 3d. That
I t ',f" i with dates 1! for Ftb. 3. [ very unfortunate. Much more appropriateI
and from Liverpool,
4t which so fatallv, retard: tie: settlement on the 2d inst winjKUiy l.im.rIJrf u! in circulation that his preaching .
.I 0 nl'\i\ .Southern sections of the .State.Fl.Midaha : The Liverpool Cotton j That; Messrs. Webster and Clay, or at The above resolutions were ordered to be reports were I w be the discourses of our Redeemer
... j prtgre'S of the borne the to the 14th January. I with in the of this city. was not orthodox ; 4th. That he did not i himsllf In view of these things then, sir, I
) : too long, and patiently and animated. Sales for least the former, took the same ground i published papers !'
t. naikct, was firm i the of the Church to make an and do that the
preaching of
right
I by the held recognize : la\ alt say
and inellicient policy pursued: the annexation of Texas that the The Missionary meeting on Saturday
''I lardy of the bteam- respect bane
'f ; the sailing is tho of the Church
to theology and
I the
previous of
test
these Intlinns two
Goveinment; in regard to 1 .l's attendance on class-meetings a membership. -[ 1
1 ,\ : IVdend I Sentinel says we did in regard to the admis- cvenini'List resulted in a collection amount- !, curse of the pulpit." Furthermore I tliat
much hale say j
longer. fol.
12,000 the
,. 4 : ; but it will net, .borne .. u. er Times ma-s- I ion of California, to wit: that it "wasa-j I ing to tcarly SGOO. This was a large col I. The Advertiser publishes Mr. Sermons are not the models fut
ol me mosivaluable London J
'i" nro-pcritv and advancement! EXGL.D'nle unless It is Constitution has I tion, cmsidjring the size of the congregation lowing brief outline of Mr. JI.s speech in'iudication i n'lsleys this century. As lucid and
-: ; : portion of the Stale: will not be much 4' Nothing can save the Cabinet, I j gains the provisions of the I I : co-
I- I' of himself. After his speech, Mr.I Lectures for
J longer postponed, to scive! the policy, or promote liberally modified" 'Hie London Ainr says: : : been proven. But then, says our neighbor, and tin scu'ctJ of money. The people of \ gent Di\'iniJ young precher
: ; the Cabinet. : withdrew and time being spent in ; they are excellence. Again I
some
;
,
officials inWashington. will to for liberality (
Ill? pi-lty interest! of n few : ce The government express because they not Tallalissec, however, are proverbial 'II
1 I *: : Thetall'- of Florida has alight it Washington. manly terms in disapprovalof they acquiesced .coul the They seldom fail to respond to calls discussion, the question, Shall his character I do,del) the right of your Church, or another _In'
I "
It- : inclined to opin. F'
Well are to make that of church-member
it. we a test }
the help )
to jILt! on: the fulsilment of the treaty the I'romcthcvs outrage, and degrade | I ?" was decided in the affirmative by ,
pass
t l the! obligation has: ncvrbwi ) ion that Messrs. Webster and Clay are not upon ucm.Thencxt ship, which i is not required "by the word of(God.;

I ,.. 44', )Pavne's'" -niedf Landing but: peaceable: means," it' 1 crpelrator.FKANCH.The President has issued a decree ;! alone in their rtsnns.for acquiescence. Some I conference is to be held in Quincy. a very large mjoriy- Class meetings stand in this category, but
-
1 1 will It has been the custom of the young men while that is in the discipline I, in '
,
was thought, outfit to be preferred to force; dissolving the National Guards and | others can't I help it," and therefore, like i rle tom
0 chance 1 order. of this city for many }ears to celcbr teYear's .New j mon with every member of the Methodut! I
.t It and tht'oucrht, while there was any irgani/e them when wanted for public about it.They i Tin following arc time I (
I .I. so "' ; after: light I Thier, mil :, good citizens they fa)no more -: by appearing in costume, Church, am bound; to obey it.
But Bpendinjr ; Yicto G eii. Chas-wiier: Im5qll'r3l
hugo
of their success. : _. .
J. t the of the majority. If I Appointment streets: tht-n! ----- ---

to inghe ( :
proceeding
In- 1
it in utile efforts to coax or bib* the Girardin/with; MX hundred and twenty Heprcsentativos j lbmi .- P. pam } is
v'etrs: BLACXVVOOIIV/ January re
: PIC/UtOS E
l wasted, from don't like this, wo can't helpit I T.\IAI.\SSEI ) to a room selected for the purpose f ei\c.
: ( ;lUans to emigrate-and after a\ing are banithed Fr3I't'-; the whig organ I supplied by E.: G. A say. .
1ilraUb their friends who have been Contents---Political and
I ,' in that time, more treasure than it would have: Arrest. continue to be mlle: daily. Thii'| any more than could help the admission' of,/I'1Y-J .. to receive specially Monetary prospects;

I cost to owxl' thwii-and which every man: is a perfect reign of terror-the President is I,I! California.Hut !I I.tO -S. \ViK lbury.I invited. All classes of persons who receive Dramas of William Smith ; Mont Bane;

,,, the matter, Inoirt: / must be before proclaiming hnn.lf :I n\ >;nlla-John Slade. these invitations are accustomed to attend The Rural Superstitions of" France
nrdrt-rtawls!
4 t1cpotic> 'l'stlr
; mil | power when they shall ;
'.... ("lien. I says the SentineJ. j\\Ga I I : ai beforee( are tot J to ul\\.rit'"ii 'y.W'14.it'r"a *. Kuwcror: P"-1* jji! rWILSON' :. I '!I Husbands, Wives, Fathers, Mothers
propose to make annexation a part: basis, SputA Vadttlen- Pe'nnV.BainPridgSi1Iiam [) the list of one of these companies, all, ; My
device tried
i is to be I
rx-y. -a new I u Choico.Illalrly .
i for
I O ; F..Oun.L'LX.C we give in that they are comptn.fol after some hesitation, determined to become Novel ; or, Varieties in English Life-Part
... tdieiiin j is t'l 1 b If' attempted' and thus another wi -lrz L. l'utteri1FiaimyAimden .
I gte1ratiou will pnss away, and the country the year of our Lord 1S52.-Our enterpris.] I' IIO.! As we have said before, the admissionof Pctler. their guest ; that hesitation proceeded froma I! XVI; StruggL-s for Fame and Fortune;

mi ain a wilderness, in order to afford an im- ing townsman, Win. Wil
\ htfcil.' government faithcr opportunities to exhibit rn Almanac for this region, which con. i j compromise batch to which we were particularly Colored Jiuion-\ KJwards.I.MADISOX the Church. These scruples were laid aside: !,i Leonard Scott & Co., 79 Fulton street,"eyI
; ) DISTRICT- H. HOWRE.V p. E. being assured that custom warranted
,
It is upon j
experimental philanthropy. high the Usual calculations, besides various : I York.
'4" : that in tins | opposed, and this: measure we never Maditon-T. N. Gardner.Siiimmife the step. Wherein consists the wrong ? Was ;j\ _.
lime our Representatives! Congress information --------
:." ttio'jld take this! subject earnestly: in halIt .- matters not gl'ncr31.fuund in I have and do not now propose to make the' .Mi8RiOn-E.; H. Bedford. it in going to the room ? I had been at the :I What Railroads have doao for G

I ,1 Tlj, present session should! 1 not be allowed to tiinihir books.! I' basis of a part.orgnnizti( n." And this i! 3uuticelloW.V.Taoujrille-O. JJ. .Standley.Griffin. Alhambra frequently before without the !I j The Mobile Tribune, in the eour.oI
------ .
': 11l'i without decisive action, so that we iftav Florida Indians. much our neighbor knows very well. lie j!I ItlflZitOfl'.Ju1b! Sealey.Thomafrillc slightest imputation. In there being a band. ( Comments upon that portion of the Message t
t nowl1:1t have and how far it -\V. 31. Kuimdy. of music present? I it then a crime to lisUn .
; we to expect[ We observe (says late number of the i knows that a basis for a party organizaton L. to music? In looking and t; of Gov. Whitfleld, of Mississippi, ia which
be for the State to take the : Clllmbia-.T Jerry. upon men
II
>)> ., may luaUcr iito necessary'her own hands: and rid herself of: Xew Oilcans ldia\\\c)\\ arrival in this city of must not be a thing settled\ and fixed beyond I Snnta. tu JlSBion-To. be uppic.1. their costumes ? I had done this before in the I he recommends the construction of railroads,

Gen.; Luther Blake with ,of California is the States. \tlruannit-T. CO'r"' streets- one does it-my venerablePresiding : holds the following language :
," MI incubus which )has been so long weighing a deputation help, as among I \ I I JlenJry, and appointed aCer.t every

'.. down her energies; and paraliziag all her ef Seminolo IllHans. from Arkansas, on their must be a something which may or may not I II I .1ission-J.f.r Micanopy Institute. Elder, with his daughter: had gone I I But let us come South, and compare a
Burnett's Creek ; be down the street, been jostled by the crowd,
: : (talL way to Florida. The object of the General ] be adopted, or which may or may not be repealed )3iol-'l' .supplied.Ofilla j the States around us with Here
I be had into his and imprecations Georga.
5U1.IPliCd.TAMPA
ears vulgarjests
: It would be difficult estimate the amount Jls..im-To dinged -
:. nfios and damage' f>tained to J by the State is to induce How legs and! the remainder of I [ like the fugitive slave law ; and we 1 1I D1ST.-F. STEWART, P. E. without stint; had waited an houror I l Mississippi, Alabamnaand : Each

through the failuie of the General; Government the tribe now in Florida to migrate peaceably I repeat our willingness to make this measure Ocnli Circit-Tlmai Gardner.M'trion more to witness the passing pageant. I Of these States is infinitely! morefavoredby naI .

h fulfill its obligations! ; and carry out, to the \"e t. Among the Indians in the j"I a basis for party organization." The law .Uililn-. N. Ixnve. Every member of the Conference then in I ture than eorgia; ,yet Georgia; wisely followed .
Musw.-i R. S Tucker.
as it was bound to do, the treaty of Payne's General's suite arc Abram, one the oldest 'I for the admission.of California cannot be repealed -I Levy Jdh,orluh---.Turl'r- the city, I presume, was out upon the sidewalks I I the example of the Nortbvrn States, andi

Landing.: The opening! and improvement of and most noted warriors of the J including yourself: sir, you would all have
ofthe :; whose
hat portion State tropical I JrnauJI-F. .loll"vn
'I
pro. sister of How legs, through whose influence there is not only a possibility r. !jail of her sister States in the South-savo
dartioiis render it the! moct valuable! have may ; yea Key. \Jut-T\ \% Mills. [been at some pains to witness the procession.

I IMHMI prevented and emigration has !been retarded he has no doubt of being able to prevail on of its being repealed, but a probability at I ST. MAIIVS II3TRICT-G. W. PRATT, P. E. ThU I consider vastly more objectionableand I.1 Virginia, and she, hating grown great ia other .

tom incalculable: extent, by the prcs all the Indians now remaining: in Foihll to least that the atlrjnpt to repeal it will be S.! JllryB-T)Id{. T"lD6. vulgar than to go to a well-lighted, well- times, is rather deeat ing than I otherwise.To .

face of some one or two hundred saucy earages remove to the West during the approaching (! made ; and in that case we want as many: of:' !ts'unmtirk-.hIr,4. C. l'etlerS.. A. McCook. warmed room, surrounded by ladies and gentlemen help her, this very same policy that ware
who\ have the of the Government where good breeding was the rule,
t-et authority
.
at defiance. Spring.( I those in power pledged to its support as possible -I' -aiti.! Mitjiin-J.. Ta\lor.J. Tlehml.Jamf'riT. to see what was to be been. But, it was a recommending has now. become a paramount -

:'I The ** | eac :::ble removal" policy will be Gen. Blake's long residence) at the dif and therefore we are decidedly in favor -\ Urad'.ly. ball. Call i party, soiree, rcc"ption-i I impulse of her people.


]1I aid uito be in operation, under the with character of the reII:1 as to make !, tcft. For oursclf, we will support no man i j t Black A.' Graham Crcrk}, -J.MUsionary I}I. I Gardner.to C'California.G. : name I A rose" by any other name would dition of decay. Some of her best land

kaptTvhirtii of a Mr. or (Gen.; HLtke. The him most influential amongst thl'11 and highly who is not only in favor of enforcing it, but o C.- Clarke transferred to Georgia Conference,, smell as sweet. Hut you a,k me, why was were exhausted-her people were leaving her,
Mate will be bound to art, if the General and : to Niwnan Circuit. I there? I answer, to accept the courtesy of I
and had she continue it i id
Useful as a public agent. opposed to touching it, except at the_LidJig a\ponll.l and W. Carlton! left without these of whom, as I to-day, as proposed
S ,: Government ttiil! persists in refusing! to tli1) .J)1 J appfjintsnuit young gentlemen many
I - ---- I to continue Alabama her .
by ,
ckjtrg its fcolemu duly to the people of Flor. of the South. on account ( ill-health. supposed, were attendants upon my ministry SIC population
The course of most of the whig, papers of I i: L.T. I Bake, apyoiated Agent of the AmericarHiWe L to what this! I I would not have been one-fifth
ida. This is the extent, and no more, to which : ; see thing was, as am unaccustomed by so

.' --- the country affords an almost cxhau-tlcss w{propose making the Compromise basis 1.Society.P. Smith! Ape-it Fletcher In titute and R. H, to express an opinion, much less I: great as it is, and her material wealth would

Later from California- source of speculation for the curious. Those for Does it timeSrniiw.l Lufkey, i'ruicipal. Female Department, Fletcher In, to denounce a thing, without due information.I j have been much less. She, however, adop. rm
New YORK, Jan. :liO, 10 P. :M,-Tho Pro- who with and party organization. satisfy 1 stitute. I was there Catherine; materials for mv Inst '
are unacquainted whig policy : ted the internal and
*Utetjeus: Las arrived with! San Francisco dates : ? sermon, in which; thi"festal even was alluded improvement policy, woi
whig principles, would imagine(', from what i is Webster and Fillmore. I. see before us its bencflcient effects. Land
ta the -ud hist. She brings: one? million! in Aldrich. to, and 1ese young men were exhorted to i
i to be seen in them! that all the patriotism in Judge A I letter in the New York Tribune; dated I'
:
0 ;;-bI. The rain liave been heavy in California e find the following notice, the St. spend the money dUB appropriated to the establishment -f within her borders before worthless are cow

: and thy !prosperity; of the country i is unl I the land is to be found in their rank., *, whilst says I I Washington, Jan. ii3, says in regard: to these } of a city library, and in its halls ., extremely! valuable-Imdsorkr and worn

jdinted. : Waterman has been the democratic party, in the "pliability of its .Augustine Ancient City, of our late fellow I gentlemen : give us, their friends, a kind a and fit recep out by improvident. culturehave been bronglit

\ tried and found guilty of manslaughter. conscience," and the expansive-ness: of itscaarity I citizen Lewis Aldrich, Ksq.(., formerly of New- There is a great commotion between Mr. tion. Then should their anniversaries well into which! have made it the

Three leaders of the Indian outrI"i'Ne! nansvillc in this State, in the Sacramento ')-tcr and his friends and Mr. hjihuore amid accord with the spirit of the ertming. These, proximities highest
<:> I \
tm-d, found guilty, and executed on the same covering a multitude of tins, is ready I Transciipt of Nov. 30th. I will be gratifying ( friends in relation to the recent dorter- sir, are the grounds upon wLich I attendedthe interest of their owners to nuri them.

day. The English Gou-rnnienl has disavow- to receive into its ranks] \' )hue and colorof j I to his numerous friends in this Slate to I initiation of: the President notto withdraw from Strikers' Ball. I Not only this, bat all sorts of imJu-tr 4

.II.! the conduct of the Cons.nl: at :San; Juan, opinion J, for the sake of .ucce s. I the that the the canvass. You will see in the papers all Now, sir, in relation to my ministerialcourse have become active in that State

and the Captain of the vessel in his inleifereuce good people of the country did not know bow see same qualities which endeared I manner of contradictory accounts on this I come to &ptak to these brethren, only State South of Mason and Dixon's line,

4 c with and firing, ; on tha Prometheus.Trade : him to so many here have won for him equal : and from sources that are usuahlvell who, with itching ears, have rtl11.iig to
to estimate whig professions and if did i point
they which be said
; to
at San: Franeiaco was improvingthere j admiration: and respect in the home of his adoption. i But whon everything uncertain is receive :any report, whether or concerning I : may h sdfsustaining.1

was a moderate demand in the Flour net know what value! to "i\l to whiir !state-! I Florida may well be proud of the. I I informel1 Lrshl'd away' the naked fact will remain and me, whom, as a brother, thewere. the rest are stationary and dependent for almost

market withltl upward) tendency. 1 bret mcnts, it might more frequently }become nec position her sons have assumed in the Goli t j be plainly \'iih.; } that Mr. Fillntorcu in the: bound to support and defend until I was: every thing they consume on reaioto '

fleamere with over two millions of dollarsailed e to expose the utter want of sincerity \\fic\d\ :and course against Mr. Webster; for proven guilty, and say to them that I am as States.

on thu Jirtt January.Niw : sr' which characterizes mav of the I i den State. We learn that Judge Aldrich waselected i I j lie strength of both, so far as they can have I I true and steadfast in the faith as any of them. I Here are lessons which the blindest man

t whig! by the people .15 Judge of the 10th. strength! consists! in their position on the I .\lo\me, however, by way of premise, to I

YORK, Jan. .29.-Cotton is unchanged journals. Disk and is in the jcccipt of a salary 7,300 II compromise question. They stand on the some general remarks upon the office may read nnd understand, and nothing but

: bales to-day 1SOO bales. Rice, 100 casks The great trouble which now disturbs tlC per' annum. same platform ami are covered by the same of Christianity to the various ages of history. I the most culpable apathy can account for the

t. told at &:j,31. Rosin 1000 casks l brought dreams of most whig editors is the prospectof DITUICT Jrncn.-The Session of the Dis,I canopy. They occupy the same tent, drink Whit Christianity is integrally the same, goneral, indifference to them. _
_____
81,'.!.' to x,'.!7.I a thorough union of the democratic out of the and toast their feet hecal of its infinite fullness, it has a manifestation S S
paity Court for the lOlh Judical District closed S3Ucup, by :
-It is _...
tric letter
Gw A :
"nw: J'vrrcAt ( ,..kr.-Forrest will accordant with developmentof I Washington noW -
appear on the fire. When every says
on their ancient principles, and the success in this city on Saturday, ii' d inat, aftertime same they move, they go
.- ths stage: iu this city on Mosday I : night.: which will be the certain Accordingly disposal of a large amount ot l business olan r! the !same! dugout, fashioned by their joint l.i. man. The early ages could not not exhaust pretty certain that Mr. Clay, so far from preferring -

result important nature. The !I hors, and in which they have an equal inter. it-the latest times shal not fulJfathomit. : I Gen. Cass for the Presidency, as h
WASHINGTON we find them denouncing the reconciliation hitting; Judge, In man's nature .
Jan.: i).-In the Senate Gen. immens provisions
I and drift the '
est
Lewis Aldrich, Ksq., of Sacramento, has won: partnership. They on same been given to understand by some persons
Shields to. la,' submitted a substitute for the between the democrats of the Northernand stream: near the! same rapids, and we fear for m31's growth in Christianity, which I
opinions from all who have been hostile Mr. Cass is his influence t tm
I golden to using (
('ass! Resolutions for the release of the Irish is hid complement. There is an answering
Southern States will the dam. That
unhallowed same : :
as an comdination brought in connection with him in the discharge i ..1 go O\'r may
j. Patriots, striking out portions offensive i to the! to break down the barriers of the of his oflicial duties. His, to not come to such an untoward the., however prO\i ion suited to his expansion.To put Mr. Fillmore on the track. Mr. Clay, if

British G O\'erllllll'lIt. Cass spoke yesterday : urbanity t it is our boundcn duty to tho various periods history, as it I mistake not, prefers Mr. Fillmore to both
-
Constitution and all parties, joined to his correct views of law pry.I
seek
they by meansto ,
: on the intervention po'iry. Gen! McRacmade J every and soundness of judgment have : I But if the probabilities' are strong of such a would seem, have been appropriated different )Ir. Webster and Gen Scott, and, of course,
1 Footc's I render odious a re-union which they fear won respect of Christian truth and vffort To the
n picch against: !! : compromise fesu u. think
I and regard of a permanent nature, and calamity, as we they are, it would not feds much to Mr. The friends of
tions.In. will result in, the (depriving th1 of thee : seem to be woith a quarrel for the privilegeof frst three centuries of the Church were assigned Crtende
of
we ate aware no Judge of whom we have GeV Scott, however, are not in tho )least dismayed -
the House, the Bill for the relief of the the evidences and doctrines of the Gospel 'hI
The such either alone
in
present is the hen heard tuch making voyage, or !
of
ever :
I Cuban' prisoner:: ?, passed )by a vote of 140( to fpnis. dynast. concurring expressions ap We hope at least there will he'I and hencethe literature of that period assumes and consider gunpowder stronger
that the and company. ,
esteem have of
and I
) ) lays golden egg it is probation; as we JudgeAldrich. I
and
.... tIU the apologetic dogmatic form.-
none, for it might result in an upset that than alL
l not to be wondered at that should
-- --- --- -- they oppose 'I drown innocent The fathers applied themselves to its t.feuec ---
might Pac
---- parties.
--- -- -- Brick .
More Cold Weather. all ('ff01 t!tUWJ ing off its head. Althoughthe TIIF. FLOKIDA KKVS.: -Extract of letter -. ----- airainst_ the assaults of mvtholosrv.. philosophy! Rapid Making.Capt
Tlii winter taking: it all in all, is the coM a I Brownlow vs. Scott. and* theosophy. W* AW SIIIXE of this city, has now in operation

(':ot, the snowiest: the:; blowiect! and the frostii't.1 leading States have d'mocral in most of the Northern from Rev. :'Ilr.dams, the Epi&copal Missionary .!! :Mr. Brownlow, the eccentric Editor of the Besides this, it was their province, especially a brick press,propelled by steam, wiich! f
have in fourteen residence exprcsed a dctei initiation to at I Key West : turns out work ia a hurry. We counted t>
we : seen years in the Western Churches, to give a scientific -
Knoxville
I' in Florida. We must certainly: have :got out exclude"* from their articles of faith all a iO i- Since my report for April. I have visited Whig, has not a very emltr opinion statement of its doctrines; per minute from one end of the m3chine L.,'i

tif latitude and slipped Noith the the of and about 100 miles of Gen. Scott as a civilian. Hear what hence:11 tho other being of equal capacity. This would
cur up or tating questions on subject slavery, Caryvfort! Rctf, X. K. from our symbolisms and creeds are
a. Northern winter has taken a wide latitude, lo
I nnd encroached upon, our Southern rights.i A ment of past issues, yet we find these the Iron Pile Light-ouse.Jiftifret above time I I am an humble member of the partyand us to-day as the exponent of that period, for it the machine can: be readily geared so

; J little more of Mich weather, as we have had same occal, and ten miles from land, for the per. will support, in good faith, either Fimore or is emphatically tho Church of dogmas and as to produce nearly double that number.

I for the blot few week!', nnd the sunny houth" whig papei: scarping at their action, and seeking sons employed in the building. Webster; but I will never support directly dogmatisms. New exigencies demanded new Such a supply however, is not required, and

will J be nothing! but a ttadition-a more. word to create false impressions not only as to "I I have also visited Garden Key, sixty or indirectly, though he may receive applications of ChristianiJ-the Church of he ordinarily runs but half the presses-producing

(promise to; the (':11'." the facts, but also in reference to the motivesby miles westward ot' Key West, containing seven t'''e ei.dorsernent of all the Whig Conventions Rome came to meet make them.- some 10,000 per day with eight hands.The .

: On/ Tuesday morning: 1at the thermometer which they are governed. Now we think or eight acres, and t 00 miles from the which may assemble between Hell and Heaven Nobly did it do its work. Christianity was clay is crushed under a roller and sifte

stood: at "(0.) Pretty cool for our l:1titude.l' .- these whig would have main land, where the Government is erectingextensive and between this and November ne tIc to bo presented as our authority, and a law through a fine grating. I then

\ Jacksonville jVeirp, Jan. 2 1.I gentlemen enough to fortifications, under the charge of has personal vanity enough to damn seven worthy of man's homage and obedience. coarse, dry gravel in appearance, but after
)
I, ;- I"I.\Il" do if they would look about them and beginthe Lieut. Wright. (Ther will be a castle SO successive Administrations,and with it very These are tho fundamental ideas of that the tremendous compression it receives in tho
111r \VAIS'1'OAT.He
,, : ()in! A waistcoat the when task: of putting their own house in order.If feet above the water, which can mount 300 poor civil qualification, and by no means a Church. To establish these in the human: iron moulds the brick comes forth moist and

wore f first met flashy with a famous on plir.f night whiskers they rely have the good of tie! country at guns.) Service wni twice held, three children high order of talents) conscience has I been its mission. To that I glossy as fresh moulded soap, and i: carrel ibof
,
wo .
,; heart, let them their own of the baptized, and one couple married. There are Church are we chiefly indebted for. what we to be piled up in the kiln. We have no
and imperial of jet I Ilia i hair: had all the purge halts ;
03"The of tho Maine hard enoughfor
Whigs bricks will be
about one hundred the island andno Legislature, ( that these
persons on have of tho moral and social of Chris.
heresies which have di aspects
voice the tone oft and .
manly political
,
liaugLlinetsJii* ;
gentleman and substantial
turj.d clergyman nearer than KeyVest.1V.. : who nominated Jen. Scott for President, recommended tianity. But new times came with them, and all the purposes of a secure
dollars }
t worth forty thousand<: : all hisown. will continuo to disturb their and bricks
melhinksI 113rmonJ Spirit ( .3rz.s.cozs'fOr December, I 1831.: the lion. James C. Jones, of new wants-man longed for something more bnidingwi in fact be all that
1 him but moment, i ct'C3n
saw a yet in this
after this then ----- out of the best clay
accomplishing i
may Tennessee for Vice than doctrines, precepts and the law ; his nature -
President.
I I see; him now, wilh a very flashy waislcoal ( Washington Republic of the 20th A Washington

i and a beaver on his brow. And once again begin the work of expurgation with regardto ult. says : We have met with a letter fays :-Gen. Scott will, no demanded peace-the peace of God. \'icnity.-Setnel. ,

I I saw (that IJt.C\w-uo: neat beaver was there, the democratic party. I their plan is to in: the I letter of Washington paragraph doubt, come out with some kind of a show The Refotmation came} and its office was Men who spit on StovesWe ;

1.- but a shocking bad 'un was his hat, and mat- drive the attention of the people from correspondentto to devclope the great fact justification by notice one or two at the Methodist \
awt. a northern that he is a compromise man, and this will faith. This the voice that filled its
that
i paper, tho friends of was world t
led was his hair. He wore brick within their own acts and combinations, by imputing stating I I trmpRnJ Church in this city, who can beat the
hat, the change was all complete, anal he was President Fillmore had: called upon him and change the whole political chess-board. sent its pealing tones throughout the at squirting'l'obaccojuice. They can be had! i
I
motives and
.. 0 flanked: by constables! who marched him up unworthy to denouncing as requested him to decline becoming a candidate Cov. Jones, of Tennessee, will, no doubt, be world. To unfold and exemplify this truth cheap by immediate application to the congregation '
selfish the actions of their opponents, we as. I was the office of the 16th, 17th, and 18th with
the I him but moment methinks the become disgusted 1
t..tr'et. saw a yet at tho approaching Presidential electaon. candidate for the Vice Presidency. who have
I see him now, charged by these worthy sure them that Dcmocmtic'igi3nce will not ; _. --- Christian centuries. But is this all of Christianity the disagreeable scent that is thus created. t
c have reason to believe that the friends
of ? No. It has loftier
l_ officers with kicking up a row. suffer them to escape by such means the \ 03"S. T. Chapman, Esq., has disposed of a message for Broicnloic. f
.%rr. Fillmore have called him with the man's soul; it is the announcement of the true
upon
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I. COINCIDENCE ix Acu.-:Mr. Clay be proper scrutiu 'c have already J pointedto view of dissuading him from the expression of his interest in the Macon Messenger Af Jour. divine life, tho life of God in tho soul The Kossuth's Opinion of American Orators. '

I I seventyfiveears of ago on the I'-Jlb. wi April the condition of that partJ-wo have al! such determination." nal to James T. Nisbet, Esq. I is said that truth of Christianity in these later ages i is Kossuth in his speech to the people of

-' next, having been born in lJ77. ready shown who are tho associates of Southern any Mr. Chapman will soon start a daily paperin Reconciliation. By it the seed of Imm3nuc Washington thus expresses himself in regard
J
t .4 I Mr. \JmTJm, Mr. CALIIOI-N': Mr. CAP!, whigs at tho North. We have produced A HEAVY LIUKL St'IT.-\ Washington Savannah. God with us, is to be procreated : perpit- \meric31 orators;

I't Mr. BKNTOX, :lld Mr. VAX Buur.x, were all the evidence to prove that the body of tie correspondent states that Mr. Hamilton uated. By it a higher order of Christian "1 have in many countries seen life many: with people a

r born in 1S, and hence those: of them who WHIG NATIONAL Cox\c Tox.-I is sup character, a larger piety, a nobler humanity but never have I met in my
I. party: at the North are freesoilers, and the printer to Congress, has that tho so much at homo
: nre now living, are in the 70th of their \hi' prosecuted Mr.! posed Whig lemLers Congress is to grow up in our poor earth. The records people whose eloquence was
.eal that in all the free States their leading men Rives, of the Globe, for damages, for an alleged will very soon select some day in June or which bear upon this truth are to be found as in the United States. Never before have

: ges. --,._- _- are opposed to the execution of the fugitive libel, which appearo.I in thafpaper of July for holding a National Convention. No chiefly in the gospels. Christianity for us I met with a people accustomed to hear almost !I-

I :: CAULVLI: was weaned on a pine burr dippid blavc: law. "'0 continue to bring these tho Mth of December last. The claim for day was fixed at tho Whig Con\'entiol in consists not in the letter or doctrine oflwor daily the! most eloquent splchs. t r*

., ; in pepper sauce, had his hair teaseled in- wi Philadelphia, which nominated Jen. Taylor. morals, but in tho life of the divine more more meet with so coue 1C
t ;' Head of combed and learned to Waite onsaiidR : matters before tho peoplo on all suitable oc damages is laid: at a large. amount, said to L The place to be selected will probably cause is not formal and prospective, but spiri.spiritual I men, I nut am almost afraid to speak inmariner. DJ.plul:

i, '/ "": piper. cation, and whiht. \\c do so we will not fail J over 10,000. some divclsl.) of opinion. I and divine" The mission of the pulpit then, ."



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; :.TbfLouisiana Cour- $100,000 SAVED ANOTHE& SCIENTIFIC WONDER For Sale.

l>'l rSvs f Mr' fleiijaiifl* : vIRr. i IN I'UARL:: { STRECT AND FLETCHER GREAT CURE: FOR JJYSPEPSlA J.. W KEYES, M. D., Dentist, Dr. G. T. MAXWELL

O 1:' STRKHT, NKW YORK. Three More* and their mVfMatdlH'1M and' one Two TJAS located in Qnincy. Office iu hu miJence, TTAS located permanently in TalUuuwe. for ti'e

/ (kCt (i Otfl Lou iiiia: contents di'istvoved. Deeds ljufc \v >rds DR. J. S. HOUCHTOra'S Buggy. The-lion** arc wjed Joppwste Mr. J. 0. GunnV -1--- purprsc of pructicmg hu profession. Othi4

1I fl8Wt : RICH'S SAFES AGAIN --- five and six jiura, gentle and wt.jj liri>keE January 17, 1S52. 2 t: oVer C. C. ByriTs sure, residencw at Mr. Flay/* '
:; p.s M. GARNETT. December
liavoutter. Eleven Safes of Ji.Tt-rent maid-fa consumed with) 13, 1831. 4 j
Jajiuarv 31 1SR1.
'1eCtJ( \vo .. 4 fA Plows Plows &
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en1tflI:4fl their contents,? Tlie Safe made by Rich it Co. th-iicd _,
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': to the flame* and brought out its 'contents without a For Hire. 3 1% PLOWS, No. 60. 15 Plow.A No. 1 poli-hed, Large Sale of Pabiic Lands in Florida.

ti 10 b3 iaul; of lire them OEVERAL likely J 10 do. da 10} 10 da da 2 da VfOTlCE IS HEREBY GiVEN, that the under

., Isornt 1It! very uptiu >J children !,'o
I one take his i.tand in MR. GILBERT'S LETTER. turned toJiou-e voik. Apply t.> two girlo accas- 0 Grass Scythes, 6 Cradle Scythes, Auction, before the Court ILni c d.r Li the feerenil

', ,3 1I1E HUE IX riXTCIICB AM num. STBFET3, XEW-lORK. J.muurySl.lb.V2.; 4 it Plow Point and PuiuU to suit all tlie above Plows. counties, iu hereinafter staeiL the f>Uo in ig Taluabla
? Ilrttfa' 3S frt'lt J.\S. E. BROOM
'fl ll! Just received xiil for sale by Kvi-b. Located by ytute
authority as of the
Xcw-YoiiK, DiKcmbcr 20, 1851.Mep ]. ------------- --- part gnu ;
81C1 fl EngLiut.1, 1at Glenn Spring January 17, 1'52. :! HEIR lt RITST of Congress tisaid I St.it. fur pnlr1kises| of Internal Imjirovernent -
.ngtrv and .r STEARXS i MAHVI.V. fucee-ssors to C. RICH Seminaiy
character, J llics Lands were, in good selected
Vnr the ,
% i.11 j n* | ( Kiirtv arc t Co, No. H6 Water street, New-Yolk : Sir.s, when T IinilK vill!] be a MJe and IVmalo Scl.1 oiwno.1"Jl Rowo's Celebrated Prize Crusher. unmediateljr after the complvtiou of the U.port S.
i 8urvey .
his il'
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,4. Cllli tf VM the fire was consuruiiijj: my place of ]I'miiioxH, No. 210, -- the h : senib1age 1'tsirl! Street I < aliMiit iu ]Ileu aLicr (UU-nn Miueml Sprug,' u systematic ue this M.ll on a Plantation,
) wa te tiisj Co
( ; ; County, Early Ua, Cfuta miles J hundred State f.T the production of C rn, Cotton,StitfaT Tobacco
title and ,
:''iTcnii|( 1 Ir' i.cnjatmn ; a now cleaning; paratus iu roiuu tiou with my The True Dlccvtlvc Fluid or tlnstric Juice Ukr I'ort (Jtu:**. (after all fifty bithclof Com at least and Tropic.il }'rtiits-.anil others finely -

"*' < He! i tl!) ? archiUrct of Kxcj-lMor TliN-luT, unddi not rwul the account until 1)UCI'\HED Irom RENXr.T.or the fitarib STOM- Jlr. Win. r.tlt-r, a graduate if Emory College Go. thousand! paying fed tu Mules expea or* of horses cru>Liny. b et-c.) in every the Turpentine and! Lumber busbcsa. ll.c a.Lpteil Lumld *ill to
I earful it X ACH OF will be the Pzinci1tI l of th* Male con j male or *ave.L -
was va too Lite to wive mv lunik Mhith Till: OX.alVr direction.; tt BARON i dendruucut. be offered in 1uiltcighthaJ'n
tiorOIiIJg0ii1 Four :
t L> j ; a ius f" were placed iu mc of jour *aff jiurchased) from ilr.Jl LIKIIIG, lh >ereat; 1'hy iolouical) :hemi t, bv J. S. .Mir Susan }. 1'ottuv..iU have charge tie female every thouxiuj hundred by crusliinpr bu-hels, can cxM.kin be made and or saved in Jfftr on Cvufity, Vu ilondir, 12th April 1832.
ill de arthwnt.1iss feeding to '
.eiythiIg UUUr.llTON. M. "
ii D.'Philaddphia.
an ; Mime years ayo.; My fears were not allayed PJ. abvut
hogs and stall cattle ;,
all (
of which I tcres ,64o
""'f' : : 1flI no man wlioa I found it neees-sary upon my return to up'lythe This i' a iiulyor.deilu! remedy for INDIGESTION harriet Potter, Music Tc.icher. A Mill -ciKirantee. 1r.zon, Monday IL1 about
complete at the of 65.56O
4. intres1s arc." Croton Waiter 40 hours bcfore'l wa CIII,1CJ ton imi'Kl'SIA. JAUNDICE. LIVER COMPLAINT luition will-mi-e from eight to twenty dollars per 169.. For Foundry two hore capacity Hamilton, Monday, 2Cth. about

;ti:1: >mniejK>eoH.>rutiiiM aiter vliich'it] rc-quireil t.fty- I CONSTIPATION1, and DEI1ILITY, Cur- Cession of favtatoutln according to the" class of ia- superintending iu erection i>n the Co'umMii, Monday 3rd May about 2,440
U' and ,
in favor of an four hours of l.iV.r suid npjjLcatitiu to raise the S.ila- lug afler Natiue's own method, by Nature's u\\n A- truttiou n-quiid. Boys can Upreparcd for Cull**, cru-.h plantation t-ujht bushels guarantee of of$10 ,extra.huckcd This Mill!! will Alathua, Wednesday, 5th May, about 8,120 11,520

uiiiuhr from its a liy bed. You may judge of my gfiit, ll.c Gassrir Juice. or earned throigh a c--mpite! ejui>e of aemlemie UH and make a thorough ears un> corn per hour, lsf\i, Miihty, Itithi Mtv. about 20,4
of Maine. mixture of iu
iIar to that anxiety during this delay, an.l my a' reeab'.e surpn- OCIU1I: teacjioonlul of PFPSIV, jntned in wa- rtrueti.L YOMK la-lies con be taught all the brands cru-.be the whole ma' s- JJ'sr.os, Mui !iiy, 17th May, about
I' %' IIIC IS1Cl1 the safe in tho) I br, will litftst or ilitolv, Fire Pou mis of Jtoait ol a nui-'uediiiucation. bheafo.iKh.iy, or fodder with eared corn- //T/w/M/o
tO upon ojtening j re ence of a number of.riiitieiii.n BiHkw; after [Beuton.] MoiKJ-ir, titl b May,
brightnai- fair 48,640
T to find my )Ixxiks and p.ipt-rs saved, and Bei"f in about two lir1ioiiJ, will Ust fifty h .1 article ( f family meal- Hillxfftrouyh, Sat unlay. 2'JtIi May, about
j1d ::3)3OsignatU'S) ii the elm element, Great 'ilLk-h will fiuidhg.Ni.1! 1'3X(1 l years rointant u.c. For further information 4.SOO
or DfgcMitpPiinriple fruit
It legible as they \ivre piexious t<, the fire. Tlie in- i.xto eight dollars call the TJR3IS! -Oue-fburlh e.ish-the other three-fourth
jinnber&d ot.! tlie Ga-tiir Juice-the Fcfatiit nf the a ftii'tithi, evrvbuhg H hllh-iJ. on Editor of the Floridian & Journal -
: 4id Ijtrt it ten- beat to \hich the Safe was subjected can beenjt.etuis1 lallahaee, where circular payable in three : : from th oi'idition' ] of another Safe, (not a Fooilt I lle I'uiifying. Pre* Ap-at oi the SliiiAjcli and I Inli-stnifs. It iscMr ctcil H ainc the wry l IM-t ruiumil] t.f work,can be had, or write per -
SiiLunnnder of spring the cent will IH
"" ,) whicli an iron hke'.eton only remain country to the patentee at Nashville. > deducted from the credit bstidments,
horn I Ii- 1)izt ii\e Stmn.ich; of i the Ox, 1 ihus f for Dv ud other TennwHf upon
a the Trailnllillf < rm- SJHLS chronic di-cu--.es. tie
'K (RSVS ed. and not a veslige of a lx>k. They were com- January 17. 1852. 2 Sin JAMES payment of the whole pureLise money at the tim
M"r jug AKT1FIC1AL Dlf.KSTIVE FLUID HOWE.
l.ivatlVtjnm., rolled |palIi4nI'4 in tlie *une *>}rlce, on the tccnm! lliHir, from ai: | ,leci-e- IRA L. POTTEIi. ofsalc. DAVID WALKER,
die ,lv lik' the n'jtur.il Ga .tric JIIKP in its Chrrniral, Januiin- 31, F52. tf :
"'" The l ,euni itinlouti %'hicli tJje\] fell] UJKHI crates of viirthern ware in the pow. 4 COTTON GINS. Register of Public Lazuli fur the State of Florida.
'th ns and Inrni tinsa COMl'LlH! U and PERFECT
: ra1.
: December
celLir, the ruiaed safe the Salamander. If their 20, 1331.
1 led in tlianu-U-r, position had: lux-n revoked UJMHI, not even a skeleton \voud! SUIJS'l I JTU I E for it. Uvlheaid I of t this i piepara- sae onHonday, 1st March, 852.Theriff's \VE, the unJer-i-ned, are making preparations __50 -jnl
I." I tic'n, I the pains and, evil >.f I INDIGESTION and V and 'ivihlhortly IHJ
rniiJihh enough to have retuainoiL My loss over the insurance is *1,.M) >U, Sale. prepared to make N **/*- r

ujiik: luvt'ver, that grave yet tho salvation of tuy li.toks] in your SahunanJor, a DYSPEPSIA healthy Stomach.arc nctuved It i,< just lining as\tondtTs thex would tor be!l's-) b\ B Y virtue of Aro writs of fieri facia*, isuctI from sent rtvr ankle to in, at of the Cotton shortest G'lm.notice Also, to repair all Gins 5 TTR.0iI tine 8 ilj 'ribcr on the nyht of the 13th _

'' li\! bve: l'acratieuee' toM with the rcjireenU..ivfs i.f $lOi( ,
a- fiJUMUtia any forVIls whicli] cuuld not be duplicated, has fully NKUVOIN, ; ]ECLINE:, and DYSPEPTIC CONSUMPTION fir the County c'tU-oa. Honda, tlirec-ttnl to all and bj- in a workmanlike an-I mr manuCtctorr -ia. bvsaioiB, about 5 feet C belu-s high, ruthtr yet:
manner. to
_:: nilv to ''!i-nU'd me. -insular the MarJils of the late give tiitn.faction.i low, eri'i rea.1!, by the name of Peter
1 hut will rn- comp Mipposi-d I In U. ( : Kiiiiaients, It will afford me great ]pb'auro to rxhiliit tho new gray.I'e Scientific Evidence upon whir it isl anl 1 turned over t>jue sw tiht'iti of *aiu County, as nor the quality of Gj114.lacncaritie'llle workmanship this country by Mr. Ponder two years ag-x It u sui>.

j. (, u, aj.ju'ar ly attonu-y. Safe purchased >f \m, -vud explain its ln&-1 it&, at my l>a
present ofilee, N(). 251 IViiil street( vhere I thall remain plaintiff and; Cosuii Taw Itanlttt defendant, the on the road loading from high, veryVtoU'f"m StL5i.ifl$. about 5 fettD inches

'; r x-cttaae, begins uutil the new Ijuil.ling, Xu 21 C is erected. fulhiwirig.ripcrfy. lyin iTid IHMI in the city of Tal- Tallalm*>ee to Thomas* ille. where we respectfully *-hOUhilerl, front teeth
; in | scii.vi'irjc F; !'IDJ.VCE! solicit the of the Planters in Florida and looks as it h ey LtUS
I.ihiihM-e in ha.been levied
Your the patronage
fully ,
liis re p 'et County JAOII, Florida, ntbeiziJeofeh
,5, oil'. Hisageis-li, JOSEPH (J. GILBERT. BARON LIEIJIG in liixcrlrbratcdnik on Ani- upon And'kept un-jr'levy n- the pn-perty ofhid the Southern tiortion of (JeonjiiUD. trr'i woman bl'longi-ur to .i. ..,'...-, arm,
ih'Jinte.1 tI'e Iuronc it mat Clitini Artificial Dii.tie bout 10 oIL SLe k-ft about the 1st iust We tLa
lft : > t-ajsi : .n II. & J. B. SLATON. years
i: Tlio undersigned iuvite country merchants and Dartlctt! and \\ill l t.'CXhoed '
ended Iris Fluid, analogous to the Gastric mice, be readily subscribers w ill the reward of 20! each for th *
may 17 1852. 2 Cm jjay
,.:i (lists \irtaally others intvrested in the ])reservation of their book* t-aid executions at ]>\ie\ oiitcr In-fore the CourtHonxo January ,
Jufl whtr
ircial(Ii. l1.)rn the iri'icon-tmnibiane ol I the hlomacii delivery of iii'l l negroes to us or iu any safe
irl'J'y-' Irom fire, (but pirtii'ul.irly those having lUch'e safes I door in the city it Tallulia-w, on Monday the
am
: the Calf icb if Uiem.
ot in i\hich various alt !11)1.1. r.nieat Groceries &c. we can get
v in u-'el to call at the depot 14fi Water street, XewY first day! if Marcli 18it, within l knl hours, to wit : ,
nd ,\\teioftfni\ eggs a7sg Any any
tirn nk, to MM the intuiior of Mr. GilU-rt's safo vithtlie ] lit t known a* lots lumlicr Ih7, ((187.) and 188nd received per Win. R. Pettes, from New Or perron
P. O.
.,.f Saes tnltjiil tn ihciame iiiutitur a.&h1u1would le in the JUST those i will please! address Moiiuingtoii,
,,.i'-iricnt: "t 4tafls' t ] l Ixk undisturU'dvhcb] helms kindly ]permitted Innnan A1011a(&." (I.) the Ilt-t 4 ufl.it .o.lS9, (E J I9.) in therigHial Leon negroes Co Fla
ci-V-braie.1 tialamiurlori ( plan of sal i city, together with all u d "in- C250 rounds' Middlinj! and ShoulJer ,
i .-. dr t! to remain for the witiefactiou and gratilicatiun cf the Dr. COMBE, in hir valuable wrilii.g* on the % A. JL R. SESSIOXS

i !, .. .'fl''flt.: Tlie letter of Mr, pubhe Plijiiolor til l Di otion," ob-erved I that a diminution guhr the building-, i'lprovciK-nts, ruihts, priviU-<, 20 barrels Mess Pork, GEORGE SESSIOXS, + _
1 .t.1' \ 4t141flt1t. 1-4)hiVlm''Z nioJ t:: Or-lers for Burglar Proof YaulU' and Vault anil AH-menUtLfreoi-Jtuii.t-d or thereto in any vibcloniui -. 5 ci.-k'i Han, sugar cured,
of i the due quaniity] of I the Ga>lric Juice i is aPt W. .. SCOTT.
f. ii tl.wSafi1 i" <"ipiliV) ; ol Dour* luvmiiUv and faithfully <-xecuted.l.STEARXS ?. IL I' BLOCKER, SShcrifllJanuary 75 baTels extra and aupcr iic Flour,
,
1 IC* Ui.i ('tfll iuent and all-prevailinic I i eaie t.f I D\ iepia| ; Deeemlvr 2''). lVil 50 tf
j.,. fl h&t i iftUt jjijtirv Ui & MARVIX. act: he Male I that di-t! tiiif i 'ii>hrd profuse r .'l| rmriicinei'i "1. 1S52. 4 Jit_ 20 Wbikcy,

__.\ 1. n" j Successors to ]Rich & Co.] Lnn4i, who wa'. frevtu-h a iicttd with thu Trustee's Sale. 5 U Lard. "cAttBIAGEs"AND"BUGGIES*

14R Wnter tand] ctinier Avenue A and bt. MaiikPlace. coinp'aint, fir>dm c\ei\lliinc I t4e to tail, had rt- 2 Big lfeirniny, D. E. HULL
thtj Nc- Yoik Owners of the exehi-ivt- right 'l( ( iic virtue of the iiithor'uy Vo.tcd in me in a certain 10 Apples ,
wui ii'I' ',it cur e to the jot! i Juic.htaiiwh In m the .ts machj B
1' mu be vii1 (Ui RidiV I'atimt for tlw wliole) of the United tites. ail''! < fining: auitnals uhich iivvid ctstnpltttty iKx-d of TnM, beifincj date the 5th of April, 5 '4 Oranges, 0FFERS tr sate a. splendid as'ortY -
? ,,. ; t', ih iiiB the nly nuiktT* of JsaUmnndtT] Mifes Combinmg both 1845 from Ctnam Emir: Bartlett and Wa-iington! 5 kegs Gnshcti Butter, .: : Carrinei aniil Buggies, at

:? ,p., nliM.' sratis. n Bartlett, (A '.isnee tf Kiclard A. Shine) to nc as I ti l 'xes Cheest' prices to suit the times' Also, in Store.

..I ,., \:,;* r. ir.l t-. :! treatment of eati Safi*. tvitSi IlichV jiatent \Ycetable Dul ," savs:4' I It 1 i ii a nmark Kle Jjct in Tni tcc for certain pnrjun'f* therein named and as BERRY &: KOWLES. Auctioneers, ic Saddles, BndaN, Martiii .tIcs. Harness of all Und-t.

.. ..ilyur % '* flrtliSisiU1!. of ct.rcIt February 7. 1852. 5 rmLost phj inlojy.; I thai 'he ..i olrac hs ol 1 animal, tnactraledin directed in saii 1 (deed for the purposes of jxrfornun January 10, 1852. 1 both double and single.! Carriage Trimmings of all
i I. i the aid tm .ts, I wjll fxpo-c to Kile, to the }highest biddor kind- Sr'rinir-<. Axles, Bolt*, arid in fact, every thing
water, impart tolhe fluid picit-rlv ol diM l-
|1 'i. Farnii A11I1U! LIhUThlIt, jog; various articles ol Ion!, and oi elleclin a kind> of for ca.-h, Kfore the Court HOUM uoor, in the city Books, Stationery, 'Fancy Goods, &c. walIy kept in a store of this kind.

I. L11J 1e4-ff4% of T.dlal'a.) Mom lay the fiM day of March, t:i"/"Repairs dore at short notice.
.qLth I j TX the street* of Tallahnsoee on the Sd I instant, .1 i aitificiaf di 'cttion of I tl'i. n in HO trite u'ijjeient ; (III /p llEstock and interest of Me-r. Wm. tf
PZI11k ibyician 1*52, \v itJiin leaIIOUTB, the following lying lk-ceniber 27, 1851. 51
< property
i nf !ii nt JPOClvET BOOK containing one hundred and u*I from the natuinl dtgfttire fiortn. ET ? WiLon tfc: Cix, have liven purcliasedby

dollar The tinder vill l be re\\f.rdetl !by leaving it a1 L !. .j-CalI on the Agent, aid >:tt a Descriptive Circnl mid heinz in the city of Tallahassee, Leon County, the >ub cri.T! w ho will carry on the
this Office. 7 1N52. 2t r.cratisRi% inR a large Amount ( f SCIENTIFICEVlDENCr.s.ini'lart Honda, unbraced iuVud tru-t deed, to wit : 1utines.s at the Old Stand. Large addition Live H. G. FARRELL'Sf"1

? \-tn I, \\ <>MtKK'-.JSSJWW4t4tO)1lR IVliruary o (> I the al.me, tojeiht-r ith Re- Loti known as Us number 187, ((187.) and ItS, Iwen made to the Stock, and new goodwill be constantly KNUINE Arabian Liniment, is a most extraor-

?..uv.. J s !! '.-hi.!!!* Pj' n. tW True Ii i ii For Hire, iott ..( REMARKABLE CURES, jrom all parts ol (l.ss.) and the Ea>t | of lot No. 18U.E.4(i 1W .1 I'm the received. All orders fur goods not in store UT: Uinary medicine, the truth ol which is placed

(i-'ru Jmcf, iHviwred from lien the United Stairs. oiiijinnl plan of sal city,together with all and -iiisjti- will be punctually filled. >evond doubt by the vast stales of the article, and
% EC.IlO WOMAN for' the balance t>t the veer. ..Is..1 JYSPt.PSLI CURKU tar tlie bnililiio, inprovcnient.s rightsrivilitres| andleAeIuUts A large of and fashionable which
: m.arJi i-f rim Ox. LIt r dircc- supply new rnnnc w he tnany cures being daily ptrfmined by it,
I.'if hi.: ''I' i1'"*' l'li**i'"K*cal dieni- 4.4 t. .She i< a oo1 cook. Ac To a pood master"he Dr. TIOUGII1 ON'S I'El'SIN I.d9 product thtreoi ituatcil or thereto in any wUe \belunging .,_'_# .JJ ii,.. 1 .+ ,Vt-.C S VIJ4 L4.A4Y, ,Lt'LtSB,1.. .fl..;1.11 I. r P flr:... ueviously bad re-i-fed all other medicines and I ha

.i .-' .-I. V. 1?. ruiiiiikljJiuu; Tin'is Will Ix- hired cheap. Enquire of I 1). W. Gwnn, E.v., miirfllom ijfects in curing ci-c ol Jtl>ilily, nnu- or apit.rtinhIIg.CILUtLES. ilLS Guitar Strings &.K. kill of the best physicians in the world. Il is composed

r, ',.e U fiT In !Hpep-tidti. 1)ypep'ia, or at this Oftce. February 7, 1 IS..2. ft (ill'4lj, *\tt colts J)yptj'tic Cnntnm.ptivti. ; G ENGLISH, Tn:<=tee. A Book-Binder lias been employed who will cxc- of balsams, extracts and gums peculiar to

M C 0 P[ ..I.::. rmKijmtKiii: and IWuhty, it is impossible (o uue the l.-tails ,'ica'o l in January SI. ISitL 4 5t ute all work faithfully, and at reduced prici-s. Arabia-possessing, in a concentrated kim, nil

l.. :i tik Ui1t1t $ IJ1 Leon Circuit Court--In Equity. the limits o! this a<,vcili I iainent ; but authenticated [In Chancery. WM. IL hAYWARD, heir stimulating.! Anodyne, pentfiating, uncutuu*

.i i ,i. I'L n'.lilftcoutumuu; .ci Wni. I). ilosuli-y, Admini-trutitr] HUNDRED REMARKABLE CUFSES: i in, rhiUd.itibia. MIDDLECIRC'IT-IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT.Oii used the "Sons of the Desert with
: t '. 1t: usi4jod )y :tgvI&tb Lie] I'wklJil, Jecua-sed: Tallahassee, January C, Ife52. &2 were by ,
...in4aJi'iICsiicaary !!- *. ; New Yoik and Kolon; : l.me. Tnese were all the petition (>f DaviiL P. llouc, Guardian of such miraculous success, iu curing the diseases of

Union r.ank of Florida.T drp -rate ra'c and the cure were not only Thomas II. VTKii, a minor, for bale of certain Real Received this Morning, both man arid beast.

rapid mid woivliTlnl. but peimanenl- Ilta>t the fv/lvwing remarkable cures which ahctildof
l>late : ,
TNDER nn m"er cf the prcfidm-j Jud! m.r'o r.tU BBLS. WATER CRACKERS,
Meetinrs. It is a great NERVOUS AN'f I DOTE, and particulaih viitue of tn Order of li honor, J. Wnyle Baker Ifiemaelcet flute
Chum)N15 mi the 5th jiu. ., 1 will offer at public BY 9j 'A do. Butter do.
useful for (eiii< ne\ to Riltnu- diomer, Liter Jud jf said Court in i-aid caune made on H. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT
if Fkffida Cinifrrtmee e
; a it--1 i OU -ale: .M/oru the Ciun ll niso in 'IViLJiasj-eo on the fcthILtrdi 5 do. Hard! Bread],
Complaint, Fever and Aaneor budlj treated F'ever Cliambers I will Far beyvjid similar renttJy.
the 17th Januaiy, 1852 at exjiowjf.r any
1i& iIuf Llnir wilt witliiu 1caI hours two belon 3 Firkins Butter for Family use,
\-iti <' viii- next, negroes
| and Acue, and the evil ff< tt < f Q'liiii'ie, Meicury, sale, m fronof the Court HOUXJ door, in Tallaba. About a sear and a hall ago.a swelling appeared
1 Tierce Rice
1 K'ias. Tnns Ca-li. ,
,. ,t tir-1. ] ee, on '
,
Kf in ) 5 B'; K Cm-bed
'f Sec. 3$ Sugar
Also the W of tl N <' Toun-hip ,
.: u Mn In5 ire uil dwir congre- ong. iektieAIM), for e\ce in ( aim?, and the iral iHiurs the fJlo ving de.-cribed lots or parcels of until it became as Urge amy fist, and 50 --'e that
2. llan e 2, S and B. containing -ijhty; arres, inneorhsss. 20 } Boxes Rai-in,
tb() free u-e of ardent spirits. It almost! reconciles Laid wit ehe could not bear the (east pressure upon it \\ ilhout -
> i: jiVjti.ii*, Uie land Champagne,
f an
Terms 'r <*te ,
Health w i iuh lilt:npii anre. Lot iiumU-nJ 1M. 1C5 lf.3-in the North Addi- giving her extreme pain. 1 got the advice of
10 Sacks Java Coffee
ri.ihro'.W JM Sii1i, at 11n.nai'- at twelve month* with intuc-'t. I'urchiistrs to jiny ,
OLD STOM.1CII COMPLUATS.ir thin of the Citj of 1'alluhiaee ; and lot numbered do. Rio do. our best lectors, and they differed in opinion about
1 kZNry will bd*2 for ilatU'r's titles. Tei} \* no f..im of OLD STOMACH COMI'L.MNTS > 2C9 272 arid 273 in the old plan 10 it ; some said it was an Ague Cake or Enlargement
5t 2CO 2C5. 6.
; 6 BbU. Brown Porto Rico
UENJ.:: F. fc'HITNER Sugar,( ,)
: which it d.es nt cm to reach and lemoe of the Mii'l City ('f Tullaha -ee. Boxes Maccaroni of the Spleen ; seme, that it was an Enlargement of
3
,: Master in Clianccry.Filmiary at once No matter how Lad thev m'v he, it Purchasers for titles! Temis of sale-Cas-k the Ovaries ; and others said it was a Tumor of the
i-'n nv'rt. Ten-nrv ILLtfl topay do. Candles
.. 7, 1852. !> l GIVES I I INSTANT HELIEK A f-iiitfenoserfTiwreii OSCAR A. MYERS 10 Ovarii s, and could not be cured except by rutting it
-. t.I 12. .- Purclia at the former sale of lands of thi all theMIIasnnlx mjiUnn.'!; ;.n.d it only needs tube 3Iater 20 do. Soap, out. In this critical situation. 1 was persuaded t<>

iiL. 4' 12. state[ \rljo have not pud: up the eecond in-talmcV. repented l ir a ?.holt I lune I t" nuke I tlie- e put d eJ'rrt* 3 'it m Chancery. 3 Br.K Lamp Oil, ic., itc. .vc.. try 1 H. G. FarrelP Arabian Liniment upon it, anti

; ,'. fl A. M.. will take notice that their hinds are subject to re-sale ya.-rmmne'it.. PFRITY: 01-' BLOOD, AND VIGOR OF Janiiy 21, l52. And for sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. strange as it may appear, upon the third applicatiuiihe

.'. .turdt U A. 4'4' 14. attlie a1>, v time and place. B. F. W., M. in C. BODY follow at once I It I is pmticnlaih I < Tcellt-tt Cooaraitted to Jail, January 3, 1852. 52 began to improve, and hts continued getting

j A.I., I. in cas. .-viienciof Horid.1 hotter daily, until nov she is as well as evet-enjo -
0 MontWllo, OcfTtrson county, on Monday Notice.SIX
Notice. the nil of t the Stomach, di.tre.!i afiei eatin?, I l.m IN of jmz excellent' health.
nlx-ut 25
20th iast. 24 yr
1.Jay. raontli" from date, the unJerMgne>l, Admini- cold Mdle fthe BuoJ, Heavm, Lnwi.tf* of Stir.j jils. who lat,a negro L man TOBY, and bcln jears ti Can. months after date, the unskr.ignod l, Adminl- Peoria, March 5, 1S1t. D. M'COXNELL
avs name
I s >
1 M
A nre.
:. Lt. I SIX d' l ,ni* no* 0:1 the estate of Jimes M. Df poiiienr! > Emaciation, Weakue.ss, leiidc: c% All> of Gad l-u Couity, FLu Said negro nauinldti.t is ( in rurht of his wife Sarah A., i-urvivine. Ad-
: fl 1. !J, 11. Suicide, &r.Dr. on mini-trator of the estate of Thomas J. late Robert Ilit.d <, Pobma! tersa's
.. ird. Nixon, dect-U'cd late of g *ud Countyill jm-s-ent his tolns :iit\ 5 feet 5 orf inLet> L h-lias IKIisible marks Iladley, i[: : ] (
11 .\. 0 21. I'EPSIN j is sold .11!! of Jctfer.-on ileceax-d. will the"Jud CERESTOWX P. March
awount* and! vouli rf> to tLu Honorable.Iud! IVoiU HOUSTON'S by nearly his oviicria J to take lint ami all County, apply to e % 27, IS49.
.12a\, I A.M., 2:!. in fine aid MediCinr reqULt away pay of Probate of said for th One has used Liniment with
for GadsJcn Countv and l a-k to bu discharged th iealer-- drugs : Popular C11U4.4. WILLIAM WEST. JaiUr.Jamian County, a cliane from said woman jour great
.i 4'T therofi. ALLX.VNDER E. 0 1 EGOll.Y. tliinti lumt I the United .t ate". I It t is pr p.ind in n. 4 tf Administration. B. LOEB. 'siicces". She had Ivt the use of her leas for three

j 1)) .A.M.. 24. P352. 5 Cm i nwder find in J-'lui.lIitm-and in Pictcription! Jefferson County,January 3, 1 f52. 52 Cm* yearn, the cords being contracted 30 that her legs
''I. ,
I A M., 25. February fur i he me Ph\ iciaiis.PHIVATECIRCULAR. In Chancery. were bent a* much while standing as is natural lor
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A.L, 2Pi. Notice.FOUR ] fcr the ue of Pb .'.cans, ? otice.Ir.i the position of the legs while sittingand she could!
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: .. 2.;. univ l be obtained < f Dr. Hmizhlnn or liis Ajent ilccu'iin MIDDLE CIRCUIT-IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. nut bend them in the least ; but hy the useofil. G.

t AM.. 29. wwlcn after date, 1 bl.all apply) to the Hon. .. .: I hr wliole |'roc-j if preparation, and piriiij L'ihlfur Fvrttlmmre of Murtyigc Lard. Jwihliani: person* hat m<. demands against the estate of FarreU's Arabijn Liniment she is novt able to \\alk p
R. Talr dea-a-ed late
of JeTer.tnnCotmty [
\ ,p.. : Uie'e apn. iI ni.I.; f1ji, i e of IVwlwte for LCOJI County for pn urd-T i ; the .ut hunt ics up''ii which t tlie cl iriof tbi-}, William G. Poiidtr, with ease, and has a straight lirr.b. I have louad iC

A. ( R.I1.M. to sell HI mu Ii of the real estate of il.c) late .1. G new remedy are basedA it is NOT A SECKCTKKMIDY t*. are hereby notified to present them ithin a most exctllegt remedy Soc horse fiYsh ; also, hoc

1'iulrkk, a- will ,itifv the debt of t-aid e>tHtc. no objection can ti? riet1 l :;-jifiht us n-ebv Howell Peacock, Administrator of all aol t'lnffu'ar the the time prescribed by law, or thi notice will be plead every thing Inch rectm-s an external rtmedy.
and all
in bar indebted to said!
.. -u il t4) annm tce Licutuiai.t. II. '1'. HLOCKEli, Adm'r. Jf Lonii tc.n.F4lru:1y7i.5 Ph>' ician-i m reectaMc fct .ii iing and rtgular goo&5 and chutteis, lands and tenements, of Howell requeued; to make persons immediately. estate are

:. 41: practice. Pne, ONE LOLLAR \* r bottle. Moon-, deceased.BY ju\mcnt The Opinion of an O.'J Experienced and Scientific
.f .1 ruml'Jate for Mdjor Gejicral cA (fry- OSERVETiil'-iemy! bolileof the pn'i- : Nirtue of a Decree in Chancery in sail came G. W. TAYLOR, Admr. : Farnrr.WA .

: .... k3ir3.g Militia, t tl>e dectiou in.ttnl Notice. joe PKI'SIN b'arihe wnt'rii' ijrnalure fJ SHOLT.HTON .rtl l by hit Honor J. Wnvlea lUkt-r Judge January 24, IS5. 3 St i>GTosf. IOWA, Jane 26,1S-19.

I1_ IE unik-TMgJicd laving been appointed Adminihtrator M. I)., .<- pn-fiiii tor, Philadelphia, of said Court, I will ci'ee' for t-afc, for ca-li in front $20 Reward. From the speedy and permanent cures, both on

i -- _ Tl / boiiis *vi m the i-state <>f J. G. Padrickdeceaeil. Pa Cop> -iizbt and Tr.nU' MarkCHrei:. (.f the Court llow-e door. in the City iif TalUha-v-ee. man and beast, \\hich jour Arabian Liniment isiHiforming
, ::7. < T ANA WAY from the of the sulyu -
.r. and Dial in Medicirus. within "opal hours, ) plantation > I do rot hesitate to it the
t< annoiinoe OE & \1L- X Lnu luTeby gi\i" notice to all 5j- SJIJ by ah Diujgiatj u on the first Monday in March next, ci'. pronounce
< County dowfibed tracts of Land, lying / -LL soribor in Gailsdon county, 11orid.i, <>n the .. Great Remedy of the Age." I have practiced doctoring
i.s: !:. < f < Jail-di-n County, aiui 1 deinaml- saul estate to p-esenl the fiillowuiff parctl or -
|IL.T.ln' having agaiiiKt _\> 28th Oct last, man ADAM. Adam is about
LEWIS i. ANE. \ in t-aiil County, to it : my horses for these twenty years und have I tied
thu
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V _.i : .!1CUifli. on the fir..t Moisiay iiVaJaKti I will I ij*! plead! in bar KaiJ of their recoxery requested; to iuak JHTiis Il l rnarv7,1VJ. 5 ly_ W i of See C, iu T 2, R 3. N and E. between a copper and black eolor, weighs bom pulled tip in the papers ; l but 1 must say that IL Gw
indebted estate, are
< to OSCAR A. MYERS.Maater where about ItJO life., talk a little fine and tolerable F-irrell's Arabian Liniment exceeds any that I ever

iiimcdiuu ]juyiiK'nt. IL T. liLOCKr.lt, in Cliancery..Tamwn24. quick when spoken to-has: n war or two on one ii' mael use of. By its use, I have cured Sweeny and
I-bruary 7 l2.* 5 8t Adm'r. d' 1.unjs hw in hue with hid thumb and I think
IrtaeSaih : 1P52. 3 7t anus \n> a some Siavin Inn- Alter they had been nronounred itirnrable -

Door, and Shutter -- tear on hibrea>t. He has a large sear on his back end 'I have cured more than fitly horses thi* _

__ t ictory. Bricks and Lime. Notice. State of Florida. near, I think, the left elioulder blade, with other seasonith your Liniment, embracing every shade!

JrST received, M fine Northern Uricks. 200c.ukfreb VTOTirEisher.by iven, that nn election ilI be Benjamin Megin, Appellant, marks by the\i hip for fisjhtin I le is a good field hand, i't disease (roift scratches and bruises up| to Spavin

':-:((4Lkid./ ., ,, IJtue, and for Kilo low, by IX LADD. -i.N ln-ld at Tidlalmbfe on Wednesday the llth day and! a n>iuh earjnnter. I !lw'uht Adam some 16 years Ring-Done and Stceny. I can also Lear testimony

fa- M'rn'fucrer 'Zt Newport, January 31,1852.! 4 If of IVbiuarv next for ]Directors of the Florida, Cm- Tliomas Taylor, Plilip Sawyer, and James Filer, Appellees. lju. k of Booth, Turner and CLivton, trailers from Sa- of its good edects on the human system. 1 wa confined

Atlantic, And Gulf Rail Road Company: at whicli vannali._ Giu; I will give the aliove re wan 1 fur Adam nearly all lat winter to my room with Rheu* 'I
:: Ira ,
:
-=:::=: ::: ----- Salt. time and place all ,fubsciiburs for-,block m this lioad Appellants, Thornm Taylor and Philip Saw- iIi a s.iff jail so that I get him, and if harbored or in mat Urn, and could get nothing to help tne, until I

LDSt. tacks Salt THE hereby notified of the pendency of an the possession of \\Iutenianornegro with proof commenced the use ol vour Liniment, which entirely
'T 1 UST received, 00 by arc requested to iiiit1JUCiLlU are "
I I b4w IlIete.4kfl4.4b 4j Ii IX LADD. ) HAYWARD, Appeiil nt the Supreme Court i>f the Stale from a decree to convict, I will give SK'O' more. cured oe. WM. R. GRIMES.
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L -itiid AIL4I tid city. Newport, January, ]S2. 4 tf JOHN (.. ANDERSON, of the Circuit Court of Monrou County, dismissing AUGUSTUS IL L.VNIER. '
.. 1M. Lt. fIJJAen old rcd it KOJIRT LYON. the puit, in Chancery of the Complainant, Benjamin December 20, 1851. 5') tf Sun Pain of ten !/ear. standing
' Ti. j VI4jie the au and be Safe on Monday ls>t iJay of March, 1852. WILLIAM 11AILEY, Me in, instituted to biAjoct certain lot in the city r- Savannah Georgian, copy till foniA.L ?* .Irablan Liniment.
owzt-r had been
rd.d Mr H. G F'ARREI. ,-Dear Sir :'--I afflictid -
j.,b them t (Ui 4k'e.! Sheriff's Sale. RICHARD 1C CALL, of Key West to the payment of a debt due him. A Just Arrived. with the Sun Pain" fe'r the last ten years,
will be insi-ted at the next term _
Jaimary 81.{J 1H52. -1 2t trial of the ca5 on
virtue cf>f two writs of lion f.iciii issued from tli of the Supreme Court, to be held at Tampa nit the T hAVE jnt received by the la.t vessel from New and could pet never get relief except by bleeding ;

ab1e Real BY,fbl. of the Clerk 4)1 the Ciieuit Court f>r tin? S100REWAED.rroclainatiuii. first Monday ai March next. L York, an invoice of men's, women's, children's,and but by the we of 11. G. Karrell's Arabian Liniment,
Circuit f Florida wherein 71Ufl4VU JJrvun, juvcrnor of applied over the temples! about three or lour times _
Middle l/y
TUE County of I>*m, <> THOMAS F. KING. inf.mtV Shoes comprising many styles not heretofore
ir will tt AtIetftI,q ifl Sat. Smallwood <1 t Co. and George tV. Carpenter are plainiir Florid*. Solicitor for AppulLuit. iiifereil in this market There are al-xi. four cases a day, it was entirely removed, and 1 have felt nothing
4th %iefute the is defendant I have it Lu been matle known to of it sin.'e. 1 went into the stable one night,
.
. t4 Urn ( % William) F. Robertson -v.-- WHEREAS January 1852. 3 7t Gentlemen's B'.its. Mortc I. to which 1 unite atten
Brry hi' Nile at outcrv .S murder was reeuitly eonii- to apply it to a horse's sore Itg, and being very lama
d1 L'Iifl levied upon, wid will fxjHisc] f.r public tilL The above will ]1e sold low to close a con.ignment -
: ; XortL f Tttiahstr before the Court liaise door, in the city of Twl- 5| united in the county of S.uita; R *a. in this Notice. J. M. WILLIAMS, he stumbled and Tel? against my legs, crushing and

: id 'Iiit Ia P.O "iasMcoatlio Crist Monday in llarcli. lt62, within State rby .ne WILLIAM DAVIS. UJ OTI the l.nly.o; ; K. 31. LONG having returned l to riori.li, December t 1851. 48 110 Monroe ?t bru7.ing ihiin so badly teat they turned a* black atmy
'i Ji a of the John Wilvjn; And hereas, said Davis has fled, and MK. hat rendering them powerless. I applied jour
:: iiw The irn4.i ial) hourR, the riyljt and equity of redemption : prepared to instruct, for a few weeks all vho
4WIZjX fraxni.4 deflhi1g )Ii.4t. 3 by oaid i di-fcndaiit m and! to the following land, to wit : is now a fugitive from justice: desire a knowledge of the Sy-tem of Medicinal Notice. Li"nifnent,and xva* well enough in a rev

fir rdojn.; a framed kiulien; The S 4 of Soc IS, IT E 4 Sec 22, K 1 of X W 4 "f Now ilt rfore. ITiioii AH BROWN, Governor of tin may Practice introduced by Urn into parts of Leon County montlia after elate 1 will to the about ag.iin as utual. 1 also trashed my finger i iii a 4

ell 'J excellent 'iviitr.JE.SEI'.SMIT1L. Sec 22, E | S B15ec22E4 N E 4 Sec 27, W J XW State of Florida, by virtue of the autluuityest d in last summer. Thw system has more than fulfilled SIX Probate of Gadden County apply for discharge Judge shockini Liniment rr.annerby soon healed letting it a uri.lIongti.luck log tall upon it ;

W S W 4 Sec 23. W i N W J Sec 2.1. me by law, do hereby offi-r n reward of One Iluiidrei my -your
1 Sec 20, 4 the of tlu : exjiecUtion Administrator of A. Dilworth derea>ed.W. JOHN
of tin e.-ud WilUiini Dat as George 1!. M'GEE.
5 ,llu-8 f the ?
l) : "r apprehension
2t .
f\V3SW1S4.14SW4S0C27allUi'1'
S i ( and his safe delivery to the Sherilf of the said couu it B.wd UIXHI the strictest scientific principle, it offers S. DILWOliTIL La Salle precinct, Peoria co., 111., Feb G, IS4'J.
Crocerie 2, R 2. N 4 t E, omtaining 1.060 acrcn.Lcxied n in the amplest form, the gentlest and most efficacious January 17, 1852. 2 6mA1
& as the property lit t-aid defendant, and ty ( Siiita ROKU known to medicine.Peixmft .
'eted upon Willian Davis is between 25 f.nd SOeir remedies yet To guard against Imposition, Tts ,. x.. ; \Vui. j. lcttc ZUMI to be bold to KitUfy Kiid writs of fieri facias. jJ'eii.Sni1 Jertring the Practice, by leaving theirnant't Notice. .
B fe t )high, of heavy build, (laik
Sherill of alK.ut (
II. T 11LOCKER. %
age at Uie store of Mr. E. Barnard Jr
and address ,
:. V' 4 5t enii,1kxii.iihiair, Liclincil to be dark, eyes dxrk grey tirhazle ..L persons indebted to the estate of Amos S. The Public are particulaily cautioned against % _
SutMTfine
[ attd Extra Flour J&nuary1,385. will be attended1 to.
promptly deceased base coUnterU-tt which has lately wade its appearance
ifiej and large and full Pipkins late of Leon County are required -
U Lard Whiter, In testimony whereof I hare hereunto pet Januiryl7,18.r.2. 2 tf [Sentinel tf to make immediate payment, and all JHTM>IIS and U called bv the Impostor who makes it

.. Sale on Monday, lit of March, 1652. ill)' haul and e.n-ted to be alfiit-d the -Carolina House, Quincy, Florida. having demands against said estate are required to \V. II. F-rreU'i Arabian Liniment." This is %

ki Sheriff's Sale. [SEAL] Great Seal of the State of Fl.ri.la, at present them duly sutlienticaied within die time prescribed dan erou* fraud aivd more liable deceive from his

: ILami the Capitol,iu Tallahassee,thus 2Cth day 'A (1tDhlflhil) &STARNLSrepect. by law, or they will be Twrred. be.iTingthenarneof FarrelL Theteiore be parlicu.
"1es st pritiie tuar, I3 virtue of n writ of fieri faeia*. iuii.I from the of JuiiuaryA.D. II2.'flIOMAS. :: 'ii vJ fully inform the public' that they A. M. R. SESSIONS Adm'r. lar nt\er call ton it by the name, '* Fairell'-j, ," tor

CiUatIjefl1.dwdOj Cleik's Ofliee, Leon County, when-in J. U. Hull BROWX. I I a t; have purchased the above EstaLli-ihment, January 1., 18.52. 2 bt nnprinciplnl! dealers! will impose ibis spurious mix-

is plaintiff and Franeis I'liyue is defendant, 1 have levie Got.ruor of Florida in and will cpfrre IH |ului to contribute to line upon vou Inc the genuine, but alwai ask forhI.t.Farrell's

Elifty
l.OWLEs. Ancti
'/ March > ithiu legal hours, the followiug tkseiib- C. W. DOWMXR.of State. bar always pro''ided with choice \\1ne.s. Liquor and ALL creditors, legatees, distributees, and nil other Farreli'* ; his signature is aNn on the outside v rap 1t
,,1 wit Secretary of interested in the estate of Baptist and I heat word blown in the glass bottle
( projx-rty, tn : Cigars They re'pt'ctfidly ai-k a continuance the per. ;-
Dental Surge3n, One Four Horco Wapjjon, Januarj Sl, 1852. __4_fit_ patronage heretofore extended to the llou-e. Brumbley, late of Jefferson County, are notified to a' II. G. FarielPn Aarabian Liniment, Perm "

\ ijAJl"f| Frank f.irt, Kentucky, i< now Four hundred Mk-ks i.f Sjiokr Timber, more or hEAl QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA.AIUCTAJ.T 1 C. GODHOLD! present their claims within the time limited by law, Agents wanted in every town, village and hamlet

Tull !uu4 e, and ottir* hi* pro- One tliousaiid feet of Pliitik, more or less.Ijoviol AND INSI-EITO (}EM.'B OHCE, > G. W. STARNESQtiinry or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their claims ; in the United States in which one is not established.

*K: ?*"** *rvce| the publ'c. LidieH ujMin as tie projHTly] (>f wild d lt fcttdant uud Januarv Vlh, Ib52. ) anuary 17, 1852. 2 tf and all persous Indebted to said estate, are requested Apply by letter Io II. G. Farrell, Peoiin, Illinois.

*1WPiV"'l! town r country.V .- to be sold to fealifcfy said writ of fieri facias.JLT.lilXK'KKU SPECIAL ORDER XO. 2. to make iiunn.tli.ite payment with good reference as to character, responsibilitv,

-T**** "wteL'bi Shaft TT is ordered that an election fir M.ijor General It CARRIAGE REPOSITORY WARREN BRUMBLEY, Adm'r. &.C

::- 5 tf lly C. IL FIMILII, D. S. 1 Division Florida Militia, beheld throughout fwiddiviMon BY MULEB AND BROKAW, Jefi Ton County, January 10, 1852. 1 2m Call on the agent who will furnish free of charge

January SI I, 1W.2. 4 Li on the 1st Monday hi March next, to supply Tallahassee, PorLla.YjlllESuierrilrshmavereeeivetlalnrge. a book containing mach valuable information for
Estray. the occasioned by the rwiguution ofMajo Notice. every cia'-' of citizens. _

CA1Et hie the I4 Notice.T General vacancy John Milton. Tlie Judges Of I'roInltCf each SIX months from date the i.mlcrsignrd] Executrix, Price So cent. Si) cents and 1 per bottle.

hiuary nil ) (4i Sunday JolmCo"vmn i-i said Division Xfill z p.vintlwpoctorB; of dec ._- -7r i. PP' of CARRIAGES, BUG- present her accounts and vouchers to the The only genuine H manufa< lured by I II.! TI. Farrell _
colored doccas-
u cream FILLY ]hE itrs of tbecctate .iuity
.
Iiie cre< __ .D HARNESS, tihich they Judge of Prolate for the County of Hill-boroligb, and le inventor and proprietor andDrugs'nt 'ihi'Ie'sale '
iu their ,
( io } fac tkm in the evend pn-cinet* couuty.Bv ,
wlUl tire time
4i I"'U tvr <5, a '' k nJ will take notice that fir pnwntinUuir
Ink. The order of the (h'temr nnd Commander in 'likEIi. oiler fur eal.i on the mos-t ica onable tcnn All \lr- ask to In* dHchargw'l from administration on the estate No. t 17 Main street Peoria IH., and ftc :
"wucr rwi cfctcd tproperty. < ebims )luivins cx1ired| l, tliey will 1* Ijarred if not S. IIAYWARP, MHUI widi'ing! to purchaso any of the above article of Jlcnrv S. Clark, leceaerl. Into of said Countv. sale wholesale and i (tail at prrvprielor's piice by
charge and thin "
tak weeks ( dale.
pv a. niescated within four ruin
.TTUEW il. ilcALILY2. VANS RANDELL AdinY. Adjutant and la-jHct-tr GimraLJa will please call anti ex.\mne; for themselves.DtWmbcr F.LLEX JL CLARK. Executrix. LEWIS .t AMES Agents. r
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1, 4 at 13. 1851. 49 tf January 10, 1632. 1 da L'icecmbc(27. 1S31. -31 3n
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t* :I & MyersVEon At Chambers.ft &. TOWLE, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING cga[ tburrttfltflt5 SAMU '& co;
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H \ : li nJaiJarc mm n-c -i\inga new ami tit ion to fvrrc'<*\fortgayr.\ Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancery, T HE subscriber w now receiving a l.irzo and plcn- -- Chancery. GENERAL CO,1MISSO!

t. general sotlcient of GOODS, cuusiaitu ul Samuel Carri'll, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.WM. SI dila-erth1entofLatl and IV inter i:< ail j made ):c tn Stya .a'cn azu. '
: Gold L vcr Hunting %U'alchc, IX.Willum MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- Every D2SCrlption of
( A. FouwAnn t'Iolhti ci'n-ItIxt i in mrt i-f CLOTH CLOAKS.O .
TOWLE.V
J SIMOX CIRCUIT CO U RT.
Lrvdr doSiir IL D EN
Anchor Piny.E
<5oM Y Ell COATS of !.Vf
different des
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*/ of 't. _1 uju.qiae. crip.iP.l.ick antIrvii 4 Jff
T L-vi-r Hunlin* dotSiivci appearing to tho ,thf.LCtiouf the 'Court, from Drc-s and Jane Tillnian, Complainants, CH1XEJ r
mid Cloth )
October J, 1S5L Frock Coats ; Ca.otiniezc., Sarah! C.. TillH" LSO. (lcoria us!
u Anchor Lcvvr doLipineand affidavit of petitioner, that Wtlliaiu R. Ptrrv reJcB Tweed Sitnctt and Blanket] SACK and! other 15USlNliiS V.'. J_ 54.pis, CIgcn irerh B

Common da Iwyund the limit* <-f the State of I"lrida : A. E. MAXTVriL. Jl. l'. FAIT COATS ; Cloth, Casiniero. Tweet! aud Sat- Thomas S. Snell, William C. Snell. Julia F. F.d- Al5Ocltrv kiwI of mw.j ,
'' ; en11erneu and L4ei gosn Pinst'nrsL as- It i* ihrJ'TfJ, That tin Miid William IL.Perry an-1 inett PANTS ; VESTS vf all qualitloaud! 'tyle-*. inoi.d.SiHan J. Little! and Jenetle \ C. Donald c.t.ij iaid fur Woul 'UflI1
.?< f ,r2T1e1lt <>t Car and Finger Ring*. Gold Guaid and all other persons interested iu a curtain mortgage of MAXWELL a PAPY, All "fvlikli have l>cen manufactured from the Li- son, E\rinUi\: the last will and testament ot Furs. lLk5, iI,5.)

l ; !> K'.t and Vt Chun S
., II, Jbic4Gd rVn ,GMindMher Spectacle*, Gold undivided half of the West i of Uie S .uth West i TALLAlIASSlZi, I L021HA.Febnwry and -tvlt! most fo..l.i.tmialIe. All of which Sherift and tsvffirio Adminislrator ilelonii .
c tl.eve.CltM att4l IJor m UaMonu, Sdvei, I'eail. and of Section 30, in Towu.-J.in 2, North of Range 5 liu>t,) will l be ofort-d! for sale at a small advance on the coot, non of the estate itt l Susan, S. Snell!!, deceased.IT a...
4 SitcU Card Ce Gold and Silver Thimbles, fiiul' made by Niid Perry to one ( eome W. GelztT to secure 8,1831. 5 at the AVw t'nth Clothing Starr. appearing to the safi.-fjction of the Ccurf that nrrnrsti,:

;r.: mft*, Sihcr i and rtiiftnln Cmuta the paynii-nt of .1 jsote for ?4S8 00, and by said W. T. MITCHELL Willr.mC. Snull. one ot the above named Defentl. Mcsrs. A3br.tso5 .1 Co.. Sar

t I : *444, French M4fliieCS ck TaMe Kni'esTei ielzer sisned to plaintiff appear and plead to the CHARLES W./ DOWNING, November 1, lSl. -13 tf iit3re itle< beyond the limits of (his State, and 6t } aAiP..Lxs ,
r Trays, PiMed and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea same acoording; to law. ortlxrwisc the sainc shall be ATTORNEY AND COUXSELLOU AT LAW, in the tafeof New Yorkand that Thomas S. Snell.anirthrr 4' Wrumria &

fv..ii., Plated 'IIUOIIH, Fork, Or am a'd Soup I.a- taken ;.ro confinw iiirainst them : Tallahassee Plcrida. Ta:: Collector's Sale. of said Delendant, M supposed to reside
1. d4ta, PiaM U'niiedr Tea Set*. Caor! CauiUctJ frorirJ. Tluit tliis Order Ixj pnMi-hed in some bejond the limits of ll.U State, ai.d the UnitedStates WM. l' MJLLE* .t c
/ Silver and < ttt Guaiulcics.Al C_ OSlce at the CapitoL V virtue of the power vested in me b* Ia\v. I lti't.olr.a ,,
l k*, Solar Lamp, < pb.e newspaper in Tallahassee at least once \rcck B but w hose residence! U unknown : Nca' ,,
i ; *<>, tint- tl.iuble Uarieiled Onus, Sl.cJ and Care: iof ccr months. March 15, 185!. 10 tfVT. shall expose Inr sale bclore the Court hou- at It therrfore- Ontertil, That the aid William C }'. H. LOOMIs. :ctw 4 Ca, ,

-,;, JUg*. and Fi-Miks. fine Ofirkel Kr.ire Pnte Mcnnie- J. WAYLE9 BAKER, Judge Quincy, in the County of (ijiNden, en the sccmd neIl appear and plead, answer or demur to t the Bill IL S. McCa3k4,
Port Folio, Violin*, Ciaicucl.-, and Ftu.es, Hue llavor Doember C, 1S51. 48 4mluhassue G. :M. DAVIS, Mo'iday in Jliy next, the f-jllo\\inx Je ciihed property of Complaint filed in the a'''ove entitled cause on or 6, 1851. '
I 4 or ?o much thereof will the
as Taxes
due
Strrp',4c.B A'lTOliXEY: AT LAV, y.iy bi'fure the fir-it M.mrfay in March next, and the said
% 1 a.id r'tner 4 of Per X-ir err, thereon trom thc >ear Ibl4 to tttl 1 inclusive, and
nuahtj general a r III within ihc cf nine month-
Chancery. S. Such period Tax
Th
taken iij> hi- abode at Talhha! 5ee, and will the necessary expcnso- thereon to wit < nw CoUector's
.J. ? &: &r. TO WLE& MYERS In the Circuit Court of bc State r>f vIrhla HAS: in lime I Courts ol the MnJJle District, Foty! acres i-f Lind in (iddsden ('ouiity.: beloninsto -;- from the date of the puMication of this Order, .r Y virtue of the Sale IS:;

.; Cceec.ber fl, 1S'it. 4b hcU la and far the County ot JeITcr!>oj. and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. Smith & 1'jiauiore, Uinij on North Mo-qnito the said Dill will be taken pro tnnjttwagainsl E 1 shall O5t. lot sale.bef.re e'tp

Smith t DihrorUir !1tlrelm II. N50.PJ.A.LON. 9 Cntk. Illlfill O. AlcLKAN: :hem : PrvtiiltJ, That lesal publication of ttii- Quincy, in the lite C "
1* County '
Quincy Male & Female Academy.f < Older be made i in some newspaper published Ia this Ot <,.,U-
S Tax Collector for Garden Monday in April next/the ,. ftl"' "
: County. t ;,
flXt ecwior vill vnmence on MONDAY, & J. P. IL SATAGE Circuit. 10th October. ISil.J. : u
pHE NovrnhcrS,1H.
ItavU E. iL Scott 41 6in"I prtTir m much ll.erecf a, ml, -
:; the 5th day oT AJfUARY, 1S52. The ScWl Bill to subject interest of Oufeadant ft fa1 ti f the- HAYING a>*">ci.ited tlu'rn-elvcs! f>rt.e purpose of WAYLES BAKER, Judge, &c. County Tax tine thereon |tanecessary ( it,* ? .?*- t
: daring the has b en in a highly flourishing Law, will give attention Clo A true copy-Attest, ?
past year to thiig.
,: : ; the kind in heirs of A. B. C. Scott, iH-ea-sed, ti> the payment promp R C. LESTER Cltik.Octrbir expeiue* incnl< nt th. fttn '* 3
of
*4iti.u. It n the oldest ln--tit.it : < f a i account dmComplainants.. any burfiu entrusted to their cara. UST received) at the oM *t.iml, a general assortmint Six hundred and forty arrr, ,,' '
l the State, having been for uii year* wider) the charge July 2rt. 1S.-)1. 2'J tf of Cloths, Canicre and 13, 1Sl. 41 4mJn55m Rock Creek, 3I
I time there luilnen thiaae.. it npx] $iuto! the satisfaction of the Vest in.1?", which purrmrfi.s to btlonr t(> t..I
of It* jswent Principal, during which number of Stu4e.it '.: Court that lttid E. M. Sortt dues not reside ia the the sulk- rribcr w prepares! to manufacture in the m" t In Chancery. $.b n.uch th rcei/t a* %\ill i>ai i .. Tiz <
the
in :
increase Law
steadv annual Firm. I
S a approved! -fvL% and in the most ren."onabe! llUGIj
but terms.
:: whose able State of Florida but has fle l to parts unknown, LEON CIRCUIT COURT.
*. Mi*'* AMANDA A. EXO manBjftuiTOt mn out of the t'nie4 l States: & P.REVARD trill practice i copartner Gentlemen in \vunt t>f a n-jjuhir and luoniLi! out- Ta". Collector S

,. p of tin* Female Departmtrat has given very // M iltrijitrf OrJ-, ,/, Ti! tai J David E. M. Scot BEARD* all the Court of the MUd Circuit of lit, will! do well to call upon Edward F. McDermond, Compft., ) October II I1. -U) V
general rati-fac'siu: an I citre-l to IILT die reputatinu I Novembers 1831. VS. [ uni for Thrcrce. ---- 53
L awl answer: plead or demur to aid Ti'.l? on val S Florida. Oilicc ia TalLiha*ce. 4t A. B. CLARKE. --
; of a imcc>rut auJ aceouij>15hed teacher, will enititiQc appear Ann McDermond. D, ft. Tax
) Collector's
M that the! S JOHN ISARD Mary
in next
: i l efc the lUSt Jlwnday April or Sae!
in eliarge of this Di-jinrtment, and be assi oijby same will be taken for coimfesed as to l.ioi, and wt S T. W. WEYAIID. Bounty Lands and Pcnio.I IT appearing to the itHf.ictw nf the Court that virtue i.f the power vested; UBt" <
IhTtwn $iten. Mis- JULIA anJ Miss ADA ENOl I I t: U'It1 Ann McDcnnond. the Defendant in the above I BY t
Mary
s igied,tmjvinr mnith .
I down for iHtinng tt p.7rb. February 1.1S.M. 4 tf arrarements ,ith hal. exfm-ic for sale, >, ( -,. r *|
etwo IK'psirtmeuts are "t cmined.tli-tt birth will That this Order be published for ft utnonthii a coiniielrut, aril exHt-rienceti Agent in the Cit cause, resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida. Quincy, in the Cminlv; <>: Gd3J"fcl
r jowva the benefit of the fujx-rvi.-To:! and i.inl next, thiI.!I.,i 5

tilts Principal : b-rt tha iu wt of :hi* attention will. I prior tu the >suid fir-t M'' n'lay in April next. S Attorneys aad Coccajlloc at Law apprised .is-.d reiin-ite foni, will attend to t the col- -trved upon her: pert,01 o uiuch thereat '.. ., ,
b gren to the Male Department. He will be a.by J. WAYLES BAKE1J, Judge lect inn nt Claims; by poAerol alfornt-j for fiounty It In thtrrfnrf fhJfrnl. Tint a hearing IIP Lid in County Tax due thereon, fur ; > ep
j4te4 Mr. 4 AMES it DORY( and such other.A* : ALL1UATUK! E. FLA.M Lands, Pt-nsion and Claims for Losses and Services this ciir-p at the Spring Term ls.:;2, of said C.,rtrt : nece irv expeiise inci !nt th>>rf v:Pi.

4 .. saitantsas tli* TiunilKT of UWWry.W tudoiin: ;-* iLJiias ChomA amiI 1 I Peeeinbe 4. 1S51. e ;. FIFE. Ckrk. WHIT SMITH. I U. O'Dmr-v. n'i> I the (Jnited Sta'tfiovirnn.enf.. Prwubd, ThiOrdtr be published in one if tl.enewpapers The wh5 ,-f what i ii c.u'.cd .. KV tB I ,
48
.' ) is nroviieJ with a *l 4mn Office at Alligator. | Ofa at Ncwxuim-i1je. Oiic:! rs and soldiers of the. war f IblS, rr of any frintcd in the City of Tallahassee for the j Is in: 1 County, r aa !a _
'3ataZeM .rcj.: ifssh w gre.itly? sup.rir] faealita-; : Iii Chancery. ReftT to Cu!. S. ts. SIUT.V, S.tvLiah ; Judge of the Indian was .im.re 1 I'M, are entttltd to JJonr.ly .- -j-aee of three moi.tL previotw to the fir-t dav of pai the Tax' aforesaid u.Ktu) entj,er rOjklorknte J
'
4 tang their pru Tess. Sarveyin; f ita'ight Vith! IK, DoruLAsi, Jackouvillk.CoLJ; P.UXE OeaLz.] Lands under the Idle Act cf Connies*. For scrvjcos -aitlTcrni. J. WAYLFS UAKER. Jml c. Kiveraii: en I ill-: tv5,1 0, ,-
: Chffiu and Cnuti: aud M "iMrati-JU bv actual Ia the Circalt Coai t of the State; of Florida -tubi-r4, IJ-51. ;;/ rendered, a moiJerale cotn[>eii!&ation v.illbeclursctt 20th Dcc'r. 1831. A true copy-Attest : icelafftr. luh; 0

I Agricultural Chemistry: will mencmwnent .. heLl in and for the County cf Jefrersoa.II upcndeliv of the warrant or the amount OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. Tax Collect..r ;..a i Giu

cud attentjtia. TUSJ Stu-li-uts
u4mitte'I to the nunpulion of the Labiratry ?*. J UST received a fine a ,' .i1 *lkwz to epenment fir tbemclve. uu4r tht I Thivi.1 E. M. Scott J :La-lies Uiii.-k jstvl Colored lasting ( aitert, March ?0, l 1s3t. I'2 If Tax Collector's Sale.BY Tax Ccliector's Sa.B .

: tItioa of thtTMiit1. The ur.e of !tIrueinj Bill to sulijfict the interest of Defendant a* one *>f the Jo. tlo. ICi.J ansi Jlorotu) (II). virtue of aathonty in me ty law vested, I have virtue of the p'er' .t.t M it. t>
Uioutlv eXti3iVe to prtpar u hr fur vntt.rin : heirs of A. R C. Scott,decca ad, to tile payment of i iu IKi. lnanielcil! UukinsI PREMIUM COTTON GINS. np<'n, and will! expose for sale in front of shall expose fit, sule, bif.. i.- itirt !-

1i.. .T9fl4 t1a..a tr ir ( ,tiTii ; th : prointnMiry note IUH! accounts and interest oi; the I!". Kil %Valkjiit Slae ppers arel Bu.kint, E T. TAYI.tli Si CO.. Proprietor nfi'toColumhas the Court llou-e dotr. in the city of TalaLfH-e! r.n Quinn in the Count ol GaiN&i, ,
:i l' the lnit4 came due the Coi IU Calf! Basfco Cotton Gin the .vrmd, in \vhhn !
(, ; ni a inu&nL. )plai' ant. ani l M.muf.irtory: have the -<3tislaclion Monday February next, legal Monday of April nextjruWinnie!
'V ;L '! nrc () fcri4 to yi.'n Leit 3i fj ejtmin IN ihii C.UIM it apjh-'iriv.: to tho it5 fact5on of tin- -ALSO_. lc announce to I heir patron and the Plan hours, the following de.-ciibed property, or o much ppriy, i-r so much there.i! a* -,\ ;; ,a, '
t'i 'r.'zh{ Eincotiiju, ldl 1 ia die eolid and ontunt that D.tvI K. M. .Mtt doe. n. t re4Kin! : th"i Iic r.lor.uI L.tstim Gaitr tent generally, throughout the Cotton growing region tl.frf! as Tvill Le uffii-ifiit to pay time Taxes tluethireon County Tax' due Iherern f fir> r! i ity {: :

I I- .1 i-h <, as iira uSbrJi by any Mutilur Iuurati>n in' i! State of Florida, but has fled to parts unknown, but IV. Kid Walking SJrK-! aid Rukh that they aie prepared to supply any number for tie year 1851, mind ail incidental expeue lcsary mneitmint ihtt't,, : "
:rrv. Hot out of tLcTiii'i' 1 3-th ; Do. do. and Morocci Do.-t-es. of their celebrated 'KEJIICSI GINS. to 'wit : Two hundred and torts aa-rrsaf (jr..4. itra

a_ v b'ltUingi fira KoarJin? Honw !aw.lin se I It if tfffrffar" *>rJ. n!. That sail David B. M. Sc .tt And a fine assortment ofChil-rens' Leather, JIorocco Where these ( ins have been once used, it would TJPI < of Pec. 11, the F. W. 4 and the W. | f f County j'nrpoiting to belong to Ruim]:

: : \ latiaii). for a lanre u'tmix if Sni'lents, hue I : FPcW ju d u-wer, j)!ead or dtauur to said Bill ofi or and 1'atent Leather S/.oea./ be deemed unnecessary for the Mantiac'nrei! to :iv the N. W. 4 of S&-c. 12, T. 1, R. 2. N. and R. CMitaming <(n Kvnch thereat as will p v iht TJTJJ i!,

'1 Lit sted by the j'rineip.i!, in a retire and healC t l br1rt. tlifi>t Monday in April next, or thv i 4m4l(- -ALSO_ a word in l heir favor, as. I tht-y fed I contidenr t the machines 50-2, 31-leo acrelying near the plantation cf iu; on Flat Creek. Hl'GH 0 31. LLv

I < .i n t3i towu. Students 1 -iriiii: with him will I be tikea fur confessed aa to him, and set down Gents line Calf U.MI, have been brought t'- such pfffertitn, thjf John I'arklail, F-q: purr'ortiug to belong to tic estate Tax Collector lot Gjiiaden i,S
1.t.'i 1 suth for heamimg ff Do their snpnior performance will Arrol-tcatS. Oetcher If. l*>r l. > ,
\ !''t! I wbtilcsrnmme rtriat a k imecet.iiy porte : Imitation Stitched: >\n, rcconimet.d them, ol' Marcus A. > 4 ;m
e i iT ; Bo to secure that tii
">.: efw & Jitliev are phtcuJ in the !Institution.ttd .... imtntliM weekly ia some new.-puier: publish in Tallahusece Do. Calf Shoes and Bitee satisfaction of tlce who hve ncfnpdtlie Gin Tax Collector of Leon Coonry. St. John's Seminary of Leaz
to rue nv ih<* tter1Un)s fif itimort prior to tinKiid iisi>t Mnu'hiv in AnriL :Do. Kip Brotr.tns; and Uu etta. and ittiacquaintcd with i ihm'r reputation, the Proprietor November 8, l Sl. -J4 Sin
Vlult J. need only that tin. FIRVT AT IIADISON C. IL FLORID*.
if the WAYLKS say
4 < .jwri*: t <'r guardian, BAKER, Judge. -ALSO- Premiums
u'ttHl4lL, A true have\ >'?n award,'d to Ihr-n for the Tax Collector's Sale.
wed Attest Ytnth fine REST
to leave t'Hr GIN
I copy : Pesrifwl IttNita
: a r'.matOd ; exhibiteflat "PIIE Board of Tni tfttak-' .-r'at ; LJL
a irf ). $ ar Y ft t* M Will w'l to CV C. G. FIFE. Clerk. layS! half welt d< Jo. the reat State Fair bfld at A bnfa, Heorifia BY virtue of authority in me bylaw vetted I have iMitinig tt> the Mi.- .ni- Fran.r.ta' t a:
Ifl.1 ILL r& .! I ;.j. .1Ui4jt'. December IS.'l. 48 4raIn Do. Shoe of almost every V eripfion. ; also, at the Alabnmn and Ga rsia Afijrirulfura! '- .! upon. IInd will expo.tfor -ie, before the lie jffnrr.illv, that tie fr'sfri>t- f 'La -.

I Ii 4iu waui eI() pTu1ar For -sale li<'.v (anJ no ini-takcbv) and Mchi'iic Fj>ir, iieW at Ciunbn! ; and at ti! e j Court Ilon-e drxir in the city of TaHalia! w, on tIlt will foniniJnce on the SECOND) M' D.v annnal Fair of the
rt1p&MthIg bsard, Chancery. :!0t'r18'! lb3L 41 'C. GBYRD Sfuth Carolina; fi.iiifi.te, at i -eeond Monday in May text, the foUowing de-cribtd j NEXT, BBdt-r tie "
'rt1 Chatb'-ton. The '
Waatl,. $J atcd Catalogue, wLiclzaua In the Circuit Court of the Otate cf Florida n-ivi-d the fir.t Prenitiirn"Ctmtrn ginned on tfine Gir.. rv- property. >r so much thtrt. f as wiJl be nf 7ciect to LSA.VC AITLD, late Pnr.c-jial if .;rvcain.
t hsld in and for iho County of Jefferson. Sight: Exchange CharleMon.Sonth Carolina at the exhibition b4.' i in pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur the i South Carolina, riled Ly iriKijrti-nt }

b \RT, rrtdpd. Daniel Ladd, ( \\ NEW VOKK: SAVANNAH!! and MACON sawnle of Cotton frr.m thrm,and have ai every bt-fn Fair where year I 85 1. anJ all incidental expen>ts: to wit : 3Ir. AVLD come* uinir i> b unrgtt.timoiiiuL -
bvAT. \F_ for sale exhihiti-d. i All that tract or parcel of Land known as Fortes' of I
Jttmirv vs. in suais to wit, bvTHOMAS The Pror.rictfrs have in fhrir; ctaracttr.ililarltp ssu u-
: !>?cem)6r 13 --. -- David K iL Scott J. 1F.RKINR, rerifirtetfrnm Planter*, Cotton pe tfs.Jonnnnierona Purchase, vithtii Leon County, containing I4.ir teacLRg, cud the Trustees bsvi w. hisit.t :a.unemhing .

18j.- woK Bill tn nlkoef| tlie interert t/f Uffetnlant! aa ono of the Oct-.her 1-3, 1 Si. -El Asenl Sarine Bjnfc.JETNA -' ion Merchant! ?, and M tinfactarpr Rrnkm.? of Corfon Cointni a -re.- mere or leas, said to btkcjj to the AaacLicrAa! this Inttitutii'n, undrr! hw fec.iipatn

:wzw: 0ES lieir< ,f A.IJ.C. Scott to the pavni'-ut a ju'lgniait' Gooffa, tetif\ iraq that the pprlormance of the Gin Laud Company. cage of the friftuN tlncuttn tirccjUs
WISE BAILING mi'1 iutfiot ta tinun! due IUSUEAHCE COKPAKY D. McRAENY, amid the adj Eiiii S'ate.
Improvc- < the C n pa! nmit. and fir sat"!pin rodueet! by trum, cannot be
thi* r.Hise, it apjv irin-j to tliMttifuinat of the lJflT'flD i CO.N ECT1C UT.BTJILPINC by any, Gini ever mannfactttrrd. exceiled Tax Collector of Leon Countr. The t.bfect sought to be acpn-rli>hcdtr S
prIJLTc, Curt that lUvid E. Ni.vemrier. 1ZI. 41 Cnn of thL In-tirutKn ito di.1! >'n>e the'.'<.z
i$1.1VtVj to a new M. Scott d!.Knot re-ide in the ?, Stacks, and (t'ofJon n '.Vare-house All!! order* f"r Girut', sivcr. rllhcr; to our frarplltnc ]
A wont Ifl1Pi1lftflrimg Iribu ittili jjn, Strt'i' .if Fliria,! but IM fled to parts uukuown, but it-is b> fin- or local Agpnta, or forwarded to the Pronrirtor-, | Tax Collector's Sale.BY a sfccnd rrsctical edncaticn to all irboU'rt.me rmic
i i* Ar, niaJe fi Vtuted 1mu JtiJs and Wn4* ht IrtiU, not out of tlu United Sttt / ;g t!,' v//r' (/rf-a-.I, Tii.it ud David H. JL S>c tt Ja-mary Qrt, 1S">(0 3 Agentralbha will be sent to any nsrf of the country, amid virtue of the power vested in use f>v law, I j within the reach cf al'-evtn liar VM. hLJ
Wine HAILING.st appear winnvr, plead or deiiiiir to said Hill on *ee. ranted lo give salisfaetion.JOS. war 1 ep-t for nie, before the Court HniHeaf 1 the lauguIftne of a circular L--C.: .1! af'Lmtnt '
before the lir-t M'Hiday in April next or JOHN PRATORIU L. DUTTON. Quincy, in the County of (;Cailen! on the-seccud I *f the j reject, u it i.-* onrchildrin .!c'n to ea-.o
Imutiful or the /Pnt.
11 la 41W hr t-ncltMun for public ii tun 11 IHJ taken fur- mf ii- "' .,- *" li:... .....' -" sinie, Colnmr>ri (ia., February 8, l 15!l. r i Monday of May ne\r, the follnwingdpsciibed pro- and cr baus of irtduent JLbftr JLwa
k ute r4)n1. :itl1 CtiWeUie v :-- S SIi'nHim JJ uom I l[:or Tin: J.VTK j'tiiM OK iifLL t JJJATOUICS,] ly t perty, or sn mwh thereof a- will pay the State and of tLarje for Tuition, and the ( Liin'n! fii'tr! -

.gliorl;,dc, etc. 'iviiJ'J """"TorLD NASH & CO. County Taies due thereon from ISI Vto lSt t inclusive !, be VT
That thin Order h bs published for f '..2 infiirni lii- friend:* aid the public [ sue terms a* may rre-iTilcd. apfrticnbglitentd
WINDOW GUARDS AND GIIATRCCJ fur 'u! and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to I to is--i-t in ucr -fftrt rflity. -
weekly in MCIIC new-paper pulJi-hed in Tat! i. th.tt lie h-: takemi the store Utelvcecuiieil; Dealers ia Drugs, Kedicines, &-c., vein I pubLc t
dw lunatic 7' prior to iid nVt M., _. ..byoucti C. H. R''l. and d'ojnjti and avtcs from tulur" and nefi-at fra S
w two*, tttng;#, a yluais.w'ith pr1nn. 4eninF tvry i in April nest. iha store Lttt4v_ OFLD inform their friend and the
that nf Land
\\ public Eighty Crooked
acrts Iving en Creek thi.t
nwmtk bethel nf5dt-nt m tl.e at
j. by Bull .tr l'rat'rius ain hope
Irtn virecwJ WAYLES'DAKER ] where he
tee till
\ stcii-iiig I.e
: '. Judge IIIf1L-4.tl they have on hnnd! a ijood a--sorfmw rf such owned bv Itt.n-.eo Lewis.
; aud and : of articles hitneict A true to ;uUi'u-i t< mi- r.iiw an. wants of not be til-regarded.
lt( ore a any copy-Attest : i tltPVIA() may artie!t1i" arc !teneriHy kept in their line of lut-iiK--. HUGH O McLKAN fhiiaetInutotTee'!
be
will
giiartb.. rou to mntira*, wbidi thi* 3 i.vntiini is $uc- C. G. FIFC, Clerk. deponed to jKitronkf him in hi< line of ,tisjwss.i I and will !b receiv in re. uhtrly fre-h! supjJies. Their Tax Collector toy Gadsdcit Tf -tLolvtetic year
County. month. eatlu Turticu for tach sesa
He of five *
S eauvc1micncc. 1S."L ha red-ived the! Lite
,
tAt 1flL ; never bt1re 4S- by arrival, a clmire and ten.-) -hall; he rea-oriabJe.! Nnvemhpr.JSI. 44 I'm
4 i1itile 01, 'g r.s2u I1I f.ii wh1. iLls -*-------.5._. _. .._ ._- ,oll-srI'-kg1 ti'fifiliuj" ('ln'hst, 6'". "iiffif, 1'catiny, 'faLil.-! -, OctuU-r 11, 1831. 40 paid iutaiiitlily in udrauce.
kuswn, re'uk. 44)4 Fjr eleance, c.mIiel; witli Do'v'uics*' a. n Chancery. Fa1t4-l, (Jdit-It ; a'so, n ytnfTaJ at. oro,1 iff Notice.

i.rttde hatu.. 21ti: 1' *'s l"UUH11 raUc varieti' of art M'thr state tif WorUa ir R KA It Y-MA. JJ E CL O THIS ,C, Crockery, &c.WE ALL person who have any demand .i! aust the RATES OF Trmox.
be.4ly: Sir dtpmw s, (at JcU dt-ceased.
.tiiertjth, fsii the ram CtIUIU3. my.-elf are equal in style and have received a jf wd assortment of Crodccrv rsjett J -fferson For the elementary brancL- to wit : Rti--j
4f dehu *ni dti'1r! U4i-alled bv mtv Zn ti24Cb-cl.! U Co *, c. Mci% u, quality, dW ',iite nt chfnp. n any i trthat! will be ( Lss and Stone Ware.Ronrul. County. Florida will present them without delay thogra1.hy, Grammar, Aritbmttw, 4ctw
e'v tiafl .i-t iron > it -elf /r Mr. Joseph! RraneL.in essitan, S (

d thin; as vet wTt-rfJ li the *t tad bni-K tlw oihwr, Thonu. M. Snitt t'. !hi- ti--i---!! ', and! hopes he will luerit a liberal! Nail. Rod, Bund, ll>iop, and IL S. Iron, the citv of Tallahassee! \vho Is my OnlY authorized -For hisfht-r EncIL-Ii brar.cles. Rhrrfric, IrreIpistery

iig t1u rods ih *<, enntriv4 tii.ui 11 I" each iu JjidualbvH *tVii'iait a* of pa'rftnaL'i' from the tbhe. Ci\"t. (Crniuin: and Anu-rican llitiT! Steel a t-nt. To claims not presented within tLe time prescribed Ancient and Modem. Natural R*
the
on? ,
J tliu a mutual $uj>jxirt is giiimttif \ <;r d that fii- David P tnstul. to tli-- November 2 lr: (). 4C tf I iteksinithi-t'nvil. Bellows. 'Vje.t hammers by law% this notice will be pleaded in bar.- lo.opiy, CLenitry. ic. per je--itin, :

thawhola structure I* b jfidured" in I Bill to subject iiitu-e of L (' ) ) .piVrnenI! Collitu Club. Broad and Hand Axe All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to I'or Intnae't.higher MatLcmatiL-. Jfrnlaa:
brie forme' of die larsc-st wire, awl a. 'iR$ the it- I heirs of A. IL it. S'-itt.; dot ', sai-1ivtiuim; of Pure Sulphate of Qrinine.rT NaiL of all sizes, with a general assortment of make immediate pavxuent. Intflhctual PLilte-oi-Ly, Pi.hr.cal EOHICEto
cu'luru nl leat five u j is of ,4 intor.'st JOHN TILLERY Adm'r. .
fht ni uiaer, will cajwleaoe a jt1titaeUt ? tie lll"s'i'crilfr' > have on hand tuo hundred and Cntlerv.. tion, -
iron Kailius in ordinary is U> ?2We it J. December fi, 1851. 4S StNotice. per
tli.i* a Cast I ltl.b' ciu ; appeariu to t. Ul1hOWJ ta lilfv ounces ol Sulplialent' (>uinine, which t they -ALSO-
< f witlistaudiuar. IVieesory from 0laieal cemiicr that ltv4 E. M. sstt have obtur-cd flied trom the uiaiiularturcis, and "00 pair Men ISiiet Kmspm.', In point of health, morality awl gnol s''
S foot. Tiie wibieri'j'' al ,ri>!a, lui- fit J .o they will at Iaa
pa. 4,1 p. vr. wain.nt it to be a sipri.* article. UK t ) to. IloyV lrt. lo. venture the a-tnion that the vinncni.urpa.ed
S WIRE FENCES, rot out f>1 the Unitoil SMte : M Bill We have oI.'reep l our stork ot l>iug- and Med* 2 ml4P tb.! if ens' and Hoys' b-ick! thick Rmqnns.2."i 1 A LL pcrrns, creditor. I'itees, entitled to dF for n-1<,4n. uh('. do. do.! do. Lip do. .::\ or otlierwl, interested in the estate of Sarah i Bf>ard can be obtained in private 6mponaWe !
( Ix rs 4iwp, eta, wlndi nr .1 cmli aaaer, plwid or doimtr to orJ -rs'ior DaTvfcin (late Sarah ) JerTt-r Kn
articles IIardyman.Uteof
: sj.irrt dowu in our I line, at vvJiuicsalt] or retail!, 50 do. Ladies' Leather l'e'ctl Ioot! T on terms. A convriiiint &ian5i) ?
S l*, ainui: exleaavely used, and greatly' t1.tin.zui4etlI appe.. '.e Muuday in April nnit, c on the most xrroiarnodating terms. Grnt'o Calf. Knl and Goat Doota, County Florida iTecea-otl),are Iw-n-riy notified toexLiT>- -he erected by the Trustees at an esrl *""

by lijfhtjio tif a1p.rtmte| j and elvgaiwe. of form ; bo- b"twe t. u for cnuic'-tecd as to him, audbeta. r four We have also a few accounts vt t due to us for t hvear Uovs. Youths and Misses Shoe it their claims and demand. within two years from ; -further inf.'rnuitii'n will bu chetrfullyin gifts
iiig iu1.lttihe$ at a slrt die barred the cnjirsigned.Bv .

.uiiterraptwl, th ijr >pwt anwjiwd, and th- beauty far ltttriur .r tR] } Order l be publi-h k lal but $il I the wholecnuld be paid shortlv it would! go ICO lnmcl.e Cotton Van,. No?. 5 to 12. ; aunt alt person. indebted to the said deceased, > order of the Ik;anl of Tnuta-s

of Ian Ivape wnaipuired. The lence i< made en allS i'r'4J'J. 'lma. -nea' tleWspant-r |. >*Jfl-tl. J in tartowardsliriuidJlingcettain sump which weovve. All <>fi 1-ich will be sold as low as any in the mr.r- are requested to nuke immediate pavmenN to> CHARLES Rr ELL.M'a.ILson .

utiri'ly new plan. t.imtg p rtabl *, yet ceeure. The month weekly in v.t Mondjiv iu AprU next.lidias LEWIS 4i AMES. ket. ]llidf! Tal'ow!' and Beeswax taken in trade, fur FRANCIS A. DAWKINS, C. 1LDeccr..der13.1I. -19
whale may be taken dIwit l an J 1ran jHn1ed wrtli thC I ce prior to MWI VYLE.S" B.VKER, Ju Iga, JuneS, 1S.>0. 92Saddlery which we will allow the litirLest market Qualified Executor..T .

*.inic lacifitv a* < rdi .
to & pm er rod, iududuig Iron Vwifam 12 to 16 feet A true copyflFE; Clerk.4w
itrt.tMuiri. roc..;v<"l n fine !lt ol mew, boyc end Ltdies Southern Mutual life Insurance Company Notice. :?! it M-i.nl Painl. "
( 1rnl! orh'ra nMreed to the Pn'pietur, December *, hI5l. 48 _ 'Kl'Hes, IJridles, Martiujralej Sfinip" Spur" Calf of Louisiana.TTX' A LL creditors, legatees,vial persons entitled to dis- BARRELS MiicLbcry Oil B

: vi1uiu t *th *pt nttentii8LJou In Chancery. Ttil 'w'S Lining Skins, Kip Skins, Patent Ix-ntln, P.Itiaii .I N(; l been appointed j Ai;. nt for thealmve Company trilmtion of and out of the estate of Robert E. SOO per gaL
B. WIOKEWW. : with u gout assortment of Whips t"c and deen in ,' it unnece.ary to a-cths the OiW-n. di-cezfcHd! late of vl-dt'ii!: County.are herebynotihVd 2500 Gallon Do. V. 210 Uroa-lway, X. Y. LEON CincUIT COURT. f .,. >w by initmrtaiife and advant.ijre i f the mutual in-surance topreint their claims and demands to the in cask of various sizes. Prio

Wweliiwxs 51** lrntulwa'. Albert C. Jordan, Conpliinant: 1fjt tFc*r'&h.; HL'IR & RUST principle would re-f ectfully solicit the con-id-ration undt r-iirned two year* from this date or the 200 Barrels R-il.-d Paiut OIL da & *
York Wire Railing Work's' 59I. > Di vorce,S 7S5, so) tf of tinni:i'< mi- of Tidl.ihai-ce nnd viiu aitv. information -aid ciiniand! demands will be barred at the expiration 5000 Gallon do do d II> ,
: __ Any
__ _
: U- Iwis Lucy J. Jordan, Dc-fmclant 'I : n-lativi to it.c.tn be obtained bv calling the of said peril!, agree-ably the provisions of the in ca-ks of various size do dO
X. il. Silver Slfial awrilh;! Ijy American Iwrtitirte, T apjjeuring to the fati.-Ui-tiu of tinCourt- t, Horn I Am. Pinla-: erilar. S. S. KNI( on ItT. statute in such cw made anal provided. SiO( Ilarrt I* Tanners' Oil!, Variot hmih

', .. 1R50. flrunz M4ali awarded by Frankling tuatitut4Iflu1l81 [Idnvii uiwkin thin! CU-H-, that the l-futiri.it.! n'lwe cort.in: prtperty on the sea- NoveuJw SO, 1K.10.; 47 tITHE FLORIDA A. F. G 11350N. Adm'x. ties. from 3 5 to 5U cents per r D' n13CU -

$. '. Jordan, re-ides beyond the limits of thU ?tatc, rA1LlNG p. "' tu attt-nd to the! want.-* of the Dceemter13ini.19 St Gallops ia Cads of vark>i si *

XuvewlMxll.: 45 8m Lat the ordinary procu of t ubpa-ua cannot be aarv.ipiin .4 i lsatrfI, I Je. mind the liahinre of ei,, i.rlii. TETJE MEDICINAL and jaalitie*, .t>m 33 to ; it5 P
lier ::itizens of Taulaiits' Will erai! it their COD Notice. 50 T. ns Tallow Grease, f.-r 11<&*J

How Opening It is titrrfforf Orrf-W.That said defend.mt nppecr tl hitendptiiv4*. v Jtt the IflOfl'Y'ti'Ce't LIVER OIL Ocharged.montlia from date, the unkrainnc.tl, aJmmfstra- Coarse Machinery, in Durnlr! *CkiSt '

well ktK.wti ctand f.trnierlyLAR1C ei! by iiul mi-wer tlw Bill of Complaint filed 'in this cauw | to call iMjforo tk. Sb.. KMS H J'. USEFUL in the cure of ScrnfuI3, Consumption, >k J tcr on the estate of Lout-a B. Nv\vtuo, deceased, sL-teney refjuireA Price R cents per lb. f '

: AT flie & T1LLW! a (t-.neral cud SulcctIlowery m or bff. re the fsr-t Monday' in March next, or uaid l *'L3t ir finder _2_1_If(5ULAt >iitnatim,.\ .t Ii una, lhronctiit is,C.inh.., will present LU tlnal acconnts and vom'liers to the 150 Ton Ohio Mineral Paint, ia EoireAtt >
.:. Uill will be taken for confi wd piin-t her : 18, itai. and, alldi .&1tlrtmentfjb J'ro/'idtffi','r, Tli.it notice 'nfthi-* Order 1 lie publirlieil of this valuable medicine is jn.t received, which i iS is- Machinery Oil. warranted not to hil1 ifl tht
? I'all and Winter clathilr.;, in WHIM! newcpaper} iti T.dljlia--see) tar ihree r otce.: rsigneuI, Adrninw1I warranted pure, arid of verv superior quality. PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r. weather and considered by tl>"se BSI

EaWy Good, Cloth*, Ca& i-aerejt! Vetitm mouths before the siid ih-t Moiiduv in March next.J. vKh* after late, the nrvi 'unietfe, will ap rursuhey! LEW IS & A :.i E j;. Eie Sewed aml t'egnl S3iIllwr 4e. ; bit9* WAYLES DAIvF.ll, Judge, Ac. "::5: tratorn mi <* the e'tate rf Tlrfiirr "' C.-unty, foily May 25. !s';:). 20 Tallahassee, Fla. ___ R'ie! l Paint Oil, equal to Liosced Oil cb

the Kid cribisr i* ready and anxiou to sell! oa the October 27,1 SSI. Atte-t : the -'tee *f l'i.abato of Sr-i.iv t'l 1 estate. Notice. i>>r wLite. ,

1 *304 roasonalile tcrni", for ca' h or it* fyv'patentt OSCAR A. MYKRS, Cleik. fLual to 8CJitle.M aihl) lis
: I1,3 k of ClotlJii oniMHt* iu rutrt '.f November 1. l5I. -13 SinAttachment. i DAVID COUNTO.DANIEL ; HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, of Probate Washington County, for a final .-ettlement ttVe named articK-s, :ind my mUto ">
S ll1ar awl C.doreJ Dru atid lr >ck OoaU, 1IU11NI3TTIS ) c'" and di-'c-hargw from the estate of Joseph 15. mid juic-k ri-turns." }
Cnpital .Stock .
fl4tc1. Ulne, Gruen, Ur wa cu-1 l1ZXld FrOCk, MaJisnn C4)ilntiv, WwmU-r 13, IBS 1. -!-! -- 6300,000. Lockey, de-ceased. 56 ir < 1 sselaiilFaueyCuatJm, lIE undi-r-igucd. Agent of the above MARIA LOCKEY, Adni'x. YEW
Second Jf'ulrirt Jean County.Dauicl Company,
In Justice'* Cvurt, ,
t : Jirab: Ulack aul Urnwii Overcoats, For Families. Jis prepared to take risks against Fire nn build Washington Co., September IS, i ss i. 36 GUI January ; 1S32. 5Furniture -
I. a 1iZueret and BUk Silk and Rlack Satin Vet ) l aJd, ) b-fctes, SOAP ings and their contents, on the nut favorable terms. -5' ------S.. --
of Debt ?21 'u;. SMALL mi.1. cwKcsu-ut
e Ca&iiwere7hUc Pmnta '.5. > Amount I Notice.
Plaid *ui J Faucy F. II. FLAGG -
15lac
*, they, L11 tf s. s. hNIGfIT. Agtiit. Chairs, &JVE
i ninht
1 SS i I Daniel llair. J Tallalia ee, Octolier 2.>, 1P51. 42 4 LL persons !having demands .n ain't the estate P
: \ Fancy! Silk end UUrseilk* Vests, cud va lIE Defendant and all othm interested, arc hcre- NovetaUr 1. 1831._f _ JL\. if Join Rawls, deceased, late cf Gudnlen -\ hare Just received from NewJ'*"' :

now otljcr crtk'lca too mmurous to mditum. -1by notified <f this suit, Exchange at Par Quinine County, are hereby notirii-d to present them to the > Snwannee, a further supply -

A. D. CLAUKI! rcduiiaUc to a Justice's Court to I IKJ Ihl! l at TalUia Crockery Woolware, VERY superior article of QUININE,just rcA undi-r>igned Administratrix! within the time presx'riled superior Furniture.We .
S lesi. U it the second lloiulay ((8th day) ilarchand GROCERIES: Ifartltvnre. 'vcd at the by law, this notice will l are now opening at our Furiiit
Koveiabe | <>Hc e on Korseyn. KmRaiw, Apothecary and! Drug Store of or >e plead in bar, and all
VJ St-l Il'a-ikets
?8it, Iron. ,
-- the n. ec which invite attention,
to apjxwr aid! pKuid tu same.tieu I'ai.is'ests, Ovcromtos li:: P.ARNARD. Jr, persons. indebted to said estate sire requested to make \ve
I Sale.BV under liand anl Mal, this SOlli day off llati Can1'Uk DreCoats Oval and Plain Back Sufii-,
inv
Tax Collector ( *, vc, pven inKXCllANC.Ef. 15,1M1.: 42 Sign of the Mortar. p.iviiu-nt immediately. Address the AdaunistratrLx,
waul December, A. I). I s5 1. Hnirtiiu Coats, Sa.ltlles s Jlriijlc Odol*r. -- aHaliace }'ltari.Ia." Tt-te a Tutcs and Divans.
ves.ed in 1m, I arid I'ft hi< cM.f the -. S
the me by rCaih Cotton.
of ; Stands
virJua jjoxver DONALD CAMERON, > A Card. Quartette and Book
the Cuiut il.' at \V I ILUAM&. ELIZABETh RAWLS, Adm'x.
I 4 itS Kale lu-loio' iHe J. M. *
ex'i-toc Justice tlf /Vacc.Ja.iairy3 Country Aurally. AVvrk Stands and Ottonwi
f-f
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vf IVcembcr
I 3Iis CLA\TON'S 13 1851. 4'J
St
on the second M.mdav SCHOOL will
S Qttit cia Gad-den County, 1RS2. .ri2 "ia N.ivomlM-r 1. 1851. 43 Fl IIIE CXCrcV-** Moilliv ... Of Cliairs we have a great variety.
d rribfd * fi41'A'ing ,
e\ttie! J. A Chairs,
jr May commence < Liud
Jenny Cottage
: the Stale and County Butter.cr4u. chedto S'" Church. New Goods.
.. m.if'li IhtINi \% ill pay .. -
.S a 3cc.SFLPIIATC the S-h.Kl house .. A-tor lilt da do.Fancv .
V *M **% ** -"- Chemicals .
Tav lj4ue n'ielll) li< m 1..1ri1a IS..)!, inclusive wit, and Drags, KEfJS vcrylx-t WITTER f.r family tie, August 23, IRS I. S3 tf JUST received for the Ladii-, Cane Seat do.

:. li; e.v iary epemse'; > incident tn-rcto,1! in GadsJen: QUININE, wanauted pure and fall (Y just received mil f .r sale by and! PlaU Lustres r.nd! De Ijiinc! Whit."Oak aud Walnut do. 1
Laud
: One hundred and sixty ieie of the Jamsary 10, 1H5-2. 1 C. C BYRD. :NEW ** Plain unit! Watered Popkin.s Brocades. Bareges, Kn-h Bottom and Rose Wood CtoUNOtrice
t 1tni
County, lii'lonpiiiK to !Rubina ilollinget! ; on ()a. 151'udc pepper. TUST recived a fine :mac '' 'nt' of J.uhj DRESS R.iree De I, iuiert, Plain and Printed Tissues, and Dining Room t
Apaliducola Jli v r, ad$i >i n ina the% Ltn MCLEAN<] of 1 niter a rity. ruriiii'd Ch'invidine. nu article prepnu-J from the Fine French Dress Boots, .5 GOODS, Mid. :Cu-Huti 4UrriKelVLniies ,M.{ I) Liyit Ittrn'eQ, FUrurctl, Plain and Striped Dress Silks, Spring Seat Mahogany Rockers

I 4 HUGH Gadsden o. County., IVvnvian Iterk, cfiiridered ncu'Jy o. uulto Quiiuue, at A ND CONC.RESS: AITERS, of ui.erior Figured aim'f (]''sangeab! Si1k'pattnis. inand D<>. do. Black da do. ChiWrcns High and Low Ciutit ,

S Tax Collector lor Cm about ottu thud the price. it a rI 4judity and fiuii-h, fur a'ah low Lvv. Plain and Watered Bfat .tlks, Plain Black and Watered Silk Mantillas, BERRY 4 ROWLES, AUCt5
41 tie best
NovPTjAer, Iftll. ALSO, a (fciural (supply cf CliCinicaTsof I \ T. 3IITCIIELLlheeinber Watered ULick Silk Yi'ets.A1 Jxid.: Silk, Cotton and Beaver Gloves, January 3, 1852. _.- '

quality. 13, 1B31. 4' tfKats. -", a variety of #!<*]$ for chdz'! wear. Embroidered IL S. anal Bottler L. C. Hdkc'fc.lulc .

t Hotice. S Which he {'minxes to sell lo\\% Thread and Muslin Jd"inics! wit! Inserting", Hats and Caps,
utter late 1 rfiall ripply t the Hcamra- line Cologne, Lul u'a Extracts, ami nn nsfcrtmcntof October 18, lh5I. 41 C. C. BYRD. French work'd Capes,Collars,Cuffs A ChemizettJ, and for saleC11 a aWT3'1
,
eb received 1jfJ1'
w 4et'! Artkh-s at low price' *. F all sorts just
.5 S SIS JuJ e of Trolfflte in and fur limo County if Faw-y* T very llditf.MHlV General n'Fortment of Gents f.tsItiIJlliIC! MolcMa Black ami Colored eiub'd Cashmere Shawls, 0 '

I 43mvrpn, for letter* of udinini-trat, < n the ettato of Davis.. Vain Ivilkr, Jways llcady A anal IVavcr. Drab au.! l1atk )lUklluMii ,lo. Lots for Sale. White Crape Shatvls.Wlute November 1 1851.
India CI1flhJtP.11C.riwe's ,
r 34so A4dA late of e&il Count v, l. () celebrated I'LuU.r*, nnJ other Family McIlanes. Uliu-k nnd! Colored SrccccivcJ. ; lints tr men, u>y* alit! A LARGE n.-sH) tmeut of FALL and WINTER and Colored Silk Bonnets,
WOOTIN.I article needed inthis Straw arid
JOhN
Aitdforule: hr : GOODS, oiinpri-ins all Leghorn! do.I NoticI
S & )Deceuili'T IU: 1 Ml. 49 Ct )uut1.sjUst HEIR t ItUST. market, receive l by recent arrivals from New Yui'k, Black Silk lce for Mantillas, Tfli
4 ffws'on' County .. Jlcilicines, I ------ -- Jaync's 1P51. Mh t{ fur Pale in Lot* to suit purchasers. Blue and White Bonnet Muslin. SIX jy.Jate *
& 4UIF.S.Octolter October '
.
-5-- LEWIS <>l -
I I t : Shirts of all Kinds, 165L: 40 tfTwcgroesfor ---- November 1, 1t5l. 4'J J. il. WILLIAMS.youth's :Black and.Whi.tc Silk Ho-e, Cotton do. voucher to the Judge of Seattmdeeca.ed.
11. BLu-k it Colored Gaiters Kid! i BupK County, as Administrator ;
,
I Caps.TEIR Slipties Kbvui
i I tTTflhTl: .,1 l yancy CoWuJ'-soranritli j'ITII ( Children's and Boy's Clothing With lute of said County,and a
a
both Sale.2n l "iaf>rt- }great variety of other urticleu, too numerous
lUtIc4l-uf .
have ftII
1 4JLI42 !> JW> IwautifuJJy i RUST, justrereiveal g Lau.Ume ju>t rr.eciv-l by to mention which call ami! said Administration.
Midi! V.tll OMU of Lich is they will please txwniin. jOlINSO
I. made and will fit to a lvs ] atli5 Cloth, ury S.
vdl .f nn C.
4- I'' 7eal1dT11Smta lUit : LIKELY StUd valoaUo KEOHOES formic i.u-nt. mens y them. I W. T. M1TC1 ELL. .. HEIR & RUST. G. 6ia
tirin. For sale cbean) by 8. S. KNIO lIT. Glazed Caps, wlUi tlvy oJTcr lAw. Call! and ie .1 tf October 2 lS1. 42 tf January 3, 1S32. 52
: bv lf ,
t- S S W. t.R5I. UTClIlLi. 40 Oclobir 1, 1851. :Sy; iNovuubcrl,1851.; S .
4 No :uUir22.ll.
49 tf 1
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