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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 21, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CHARLES I E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 21 1852. VQLTEME i IV -
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-fir l HALLORY, OF FLORIDA, Assembly of a *orereign Wato upon this my name to ferment discord or opposition tohim. As to (Ito time and place, gentlemen have attempted islat ire of Florida, the representative of the l j! by law. it u true ; lint it may nilso! prucet-d l l.y
c'11' dr tfrnfal Argument of Mr. Ytdec, subject-sustained by the correlative action Personally, I was comparatively unknown to obviate the objection by saying, t sovereignty of the State, must necessarily resolution or by declaration. The will, tie
p,the.taemin." /Gccimind scat in the Soietfe of the of its Executive-to glean the validity or to the Legislature; Iliad never served that the time is to happen once ia two years, follow the example. That by this operation decision cf the Florida Legislature, as to I hxpari
( a!(' '. meaning of their united action, not from their in it as the contestant had,and of its fifty-nine and that the plac* U to be within a particular of the common law in Uritian upon corporations ainci taria, may bt, adverse to I'ritisliCorporation
to statement of fact own sovereign acts and declarations, but members I had never seen but seven that I district, or in lho respective counties. the sovereignty of the State was controlled law, and yet be right ; and who,
Before- proceeding ctthcr any f tlicr'ST from some technicalities or possibilities which am aware of. I had supported the contest- Hut how will they obviate the danger of referring and all its boasted supremacy assimilated after a careful examination of taw proceedings
'tau art
; rnniNit ol heretofore EUPPort might have inllui need all or any of them, ant for years, and was not disposed to have the nanncr of election to Congress? at once to the dependent position of every of the Florida Legislature,from its first to in
U liii'l'' I have presented oHhetffUnt or (such I infer was the purpose of the interrogatory my name used in opposition to him. The Those illumined genii may see that this may petty English body corporate. I had last session, can doubt that it prescribed and
to the! supplemental argument alluded to,) it is important to know- letter alluded to read to the Democratic the its law of flections.
u'nl'' the seat which 1 hold Ii was not endanger rights of the people ; but in not supposed that at this particular[ jncture obeyed own a
? claiming advert* certain ,of not only what they did, as shown by their party in caucus some time before the election my uninlighlcticd+ understanding, it r.ppcars of our political history such a parallel would Hut I have given to the proposition, that
'r"i ; Proper to vital ioJ the main parts acts, but what they intended to do up to the of 1?. S. Senator was had, and it was subsequently plain and cbar, that it will impair the popular have been seriously attempted. I had sup the Legislature of Florida, in the election of
I'J I latter, which being to forth and points dis- moment of action, and what they have ever published throughout the State. 1 I weight h the government."-Elliot's De- posed that the rights! of the States would l 1,. S. Senator, was controlled by the ritUh
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issue.r si""U! iJaiulyt since maintained they did do. And it is a may say, therefore, as a part of the personal lairs, ro/ 3, tinge !Bi rather have suggested :i paralK-I I (as to all laws controlling elections m petty corporations ,
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I'l'tiv umlerstood.On' matter of vial consequence to me to know history of the matter, that I not only attain [The 1th and 5th scttion v.-err then rend.] powers not granted to our Federal Govern really more consideration than it demands.
i the !'th page of the contestant* sup- trJtieh of the contestants; is more or less preferred ed from doing or saying anything calculated Mr MOSKOK wished that the? honnral lc I ment) with the supremacy of the British Parliament I have admitted it only Io show that
;, ar anuttit, lie ray* : rte claim' by thr people of Florida to represent to impair the contestant's chances of reelection gentleman who had been in the federal convention end that the well established distinction it cannot be maintained ; and I would say*
I ?. ralrrr frill now direct liis intention 'to tlieat ; them in the Senate ;" for if I were not thinly but that my only interference+ was against would give information respecting the r between common huv: and the lox parliamenta that apart from all argument, there are very
> ,tit ti'iJ artjutneni of the flitting &enaT convinced that, not only the General Assembly myself and in his behalf. In this con clause concerning ik-ctions. Ho wished to :ia would have exempted the State Legislature few men, Southern men at least, familiar
7< wuwcliof that paper as may be j but the pe oplo of my State sustain the dition of affairs the election was entered upon know why Congress had tji ultimate control from this degrading naegy.! But I will vith the history and organization of oar Stato
rJrlard personal tin its braring, and to\\ validity of my election, and earnestly desired and conducted and determined ; and under j l over the time, place and manner of elections take the contestants position as I find it, and I fovercurnties, v.ho da not instinctively repel
i i altar ar,tioicnte it uses as belong to the\.I me to retain the teat, I would retire from it these circumstances the General;; Assom- | of representatives and the time artytnauner I suppose that the iron rules of the common it. And here \voud remark, as worthy of

y of jtcrsiiaxire arguments, tlte prompt re- j instantly and cheerfully ; and 1 hero Bay to lily 1 declared that the contestant was not electcd f j of that of senators, rind also, why law of elections of mayors, magistrate, and note, while upon thispoint, that the Constitution ,
ycclyd' ''/"*" tfff.** JMTUsaJ is refrained \j' the contestant, that if he can exhibit to me but that I was ; and under li.ese circumstances there was an exception as to the place of t- moderators, also govern and control the of Florida (article 1G, section 0)) prescribes
i (orrasaut.< The preliminary argrmrnk' any expression of tin loncial Assembly, or too, the contestant claims i the seat.He heeling senators. Florida Legislature, in the election of a United that "T e General Assembly shall declare
1'' e'aiming Senator leas fnanifi-sted his the people of my State, disapproving the assures me that he does so from a convcit'iitious .Mr. MAWMXV. Mr. Chairman, the reason States Senator, (and to suppose this by law what parts of the common law, and
-n to> iiuuuigc the contest, on his part? as course which I have pursued, approving his conviction of duty, and the following of the exception was, that if Congress pre-sup.oses[. the Legislature not to represent what parts of the civil law not inconsistentwith
; j- 'of'far.He trill nttt firervc from course in this contest, or indicative of a wish brief cud to the people of i'inrida shows could fix the place of choosing the senators, a sovereignty,) I will! ask, could not the Leg- this Constitution, shall be iu force tit
i cwirfiC /.' f* ywtte iitnnacrial for any for my withdrawal from the position I occupy that he regards himself the champion of it might com}:* 1lie I State legislature* to elect i Matnrc throw off, abandon, discard such humiliating this State" Had tho State undertaken
7 kS( of' juiljimeia by the Nt nate, trhich of I will IM happy to surrender; to him at the people's law :" them in a dill'erent place from that of their rules and prescribe others-otuer- compliance with this mandate, to declare bylaw
.. .mt rarlefs() (/ / ?Its may be eupposcd to be tnorc once, a trust which he has so long, to ably, "In order that the attitude Mr. Y. occupies usual sessions, which would produce some inure becoming its proud position-any others what parts of the common law should bo
,- /iB ]per'fared by the people of Ploricla to and so gracefully executed. in this contest may be understood, he inconvenience, and was not necessary for the which Its judg'-mc-nt might dictate ? It in force, cannot it be supposed that it would
njtrmn! hem iu for fienatc, or hote was the And, if we are to go behind the sovereign presents an extract from an address he issued object regulating the elections. I Jut it j I certainly could, unless these formidable common have abandoned the republican rule of the
t'sit. of'j'iw/iV; / is i tic Legixlalttrc, or by wluzti.w'inl'rfrV declaration of the t Sute, and seek an inter to the people of his own State : was necessary to give tIe general government t law rules are more potent than the laws majority for the antiquated! British rule of a ,
: rcfttft were controlled These pretation of what the members of its Legislature Ours is happily a land in which the law a control over the time and manner of of the Medes and Persian?. And could not quorum in deteimining elections ?
(!f( juixt'ums for lime rwidtration, end in- intended by their votes, wheie can we is supreme. It announces the rrorL1fs'ctt.L ; choosing the senators, to prevent its own dis- the Legislature adopt its own rule of action, I maintain that the Legislature of Florida
n./r/ ur.n cMarypersonalities"If. i to well apply as to the trriy members tlu.niselres and in the people is all Knertignty. All the y solution. its own rule of election, r.t any time, and ac had the power tr> prescribe the time, place,
throughout this contest, I have been f \ authority of Government, or of its administrators "With repcct to the other point, it was cording to its own sovereign will The lox and manner of electing :i (L S. Senator and
e rr'rne(1t \ aaV'sfs'cialanIeontrillingdesire, I feel bound Io regard it ns the lies! an- i derived from that will, and must be thought that the regulation of time, place, paiiiumentaria of the I lorida Legislature is to determine it by iU own rules or its own
it iii": tPiV.: t t'rrf' that I might he able to istiia thority, and I therefore repeat that, before departmeat! and manner of electing the representatives, !> binding and controlling upon its action as I decisions, and that its own rules and decisions -
; :hf iutii'jx'ndencc, honor, and dignity oit'c the election for I*tiled States Senator was or olliccr, or citizen in the community, should be uniform througho-st the continent. if it had been prescribed in the State constitution i furnish its own lox parliamcritaria, and
It'Mime and General As- ably ofmyStU t entered upon, the members of the General ] Is above law. Obedience and respect are Some States might regulate the elections on and this lex parka! ilei.tatii includes its own common law, as much sr as its own r
:: >, in the election of a United States Senator Afembly of Florida had canvassed, in and !i due to it from all alike. The General As. the principles of equality, and others might and involve?, not only the right "f making statutes, approved by its incentive, could elo.
; and, next, to show it without saying m,t of caucus, the rtrength of the contestant |! *-cmblyha9, as I believe, disregarded the people's t regulate them otherw ise. 'I'hisdizer.itywould t its own rules of proceeding, (not in conflict In exercising the right to> tlect in its own
age nrl'i'nsiiT word of the contestant ; nod I and other proposed candidates for that ol'k-c, law in their proceeding touching the e- j be oh\ioiuly unjust Elections! are regulated with the constitution.) but of making diem in manner, it was perfectly competent for tiu!
until I read the foregoing passage of his fup- and ascertained accurately and decidedly, that i lection of Senator; and the circu n-tances of I now unequal in some States, pnrticnlaily t its own time, and place, and manner-controlled Legislature to have prescribed or decided before
1l'-rout. I certainly supposed, that however ; the contestant could receive but 2 9) cotes eif i t the case place me in a position in which it'' South Carolina, with respect to Charleston alone bv its own sovereign will. or after the two Ious! s had assembled
olixf, tionable inv statement might be deemed, the !,11 composing the entire body. This was j becomes my especial duly to liikc up the i U- which+ is presented by thirty member This authority reviles in everybody ofiepres to vote, that the votes should! be taken upon
n did not exhibit die bad tatte of vnncccstarti fixed and estallh hcd. It was equally well sue in behalf of the constitution and law of, Should the people of any state, by any means i i.t.itives or delegates, it ii i.ihc-rent with each nomination separately,arid by ayes and

personalities.IJy understood, admitted, and established, I will the State. j i lie di-prived of the right of suffrage, it was* i special i grant, and particulaily in tko l Ieghia i
: reference to the nth rind IFtli pages not say by ercry memlier of the L9, though i For judgment of that rasne conformably''jptd,Lproper that: it should be remedied l by. tjre of our States. noesHad the Legislate re adopted &h"m cif his original argument, iti the endeavor to have no doubt of it. but by a very large and i iovcnvcl to our laws, I resort to the tribunal appointed'j the General Government It was found imjio'sible | When, on the 12 th day ofJan nary, 1S51, what would have been the question put by
MIOW fiat the tweuty-rine hUnk votes, in- mitg majority of them, and denied by rny State ; for the Constitution of the L'ni1t to fix the time, place and manner, of j both lloiues of the General Assembly, inj the presiding officer to the Convention;
stead of counting against liliu should count by no ore, that no Senator could be elected t<- State*, which, invests the Srnat" with the i die election of representatives in the consti I j I pursuance of their previous agm-rnent on Simply this : "Shall Mr. Yuloe be elected 1"11
tor him, iu' puts tliife interrogatory : Wka! without receiving a majority of all the members Dust and duty of judgment in this .case, is a tution. It was found neccsviry to leave there thin IHh day of January, assembled in Contention .\ who sr> in favor of it will say aye, the
tltrcanulU: w'.cndd,}'jvi llwllfairttaulifyrcrc elect, that is to pay, a vole of thirty a'lcn i part of the government established for the : ulatinu of those, in the first place, to the I and entered jointly upon the election contrary, no. In this case, there being tit)
nap,rant-l?/ mi/ Miry had no ehvicc, find hariw t. It was established and admitted, even I| State b\- the people of 1 latch, and the j.lurir f Mate governments, as being best acquainted I of a United State Senator, the simple ayes arid 29 noes, would he hare been elect
'"n'. rotii'l eat msc none ? JVour Arc legal by the staunchest friends of the contestant, j i diction it creates in the juri-diction of the with the situation of the people, subject I expression of their will i furnished the only ed ? If there is one man of enlightened judgment
j'rcisvmjiliisn < mrcrsai and familiar fate all the trorldvr. j not bo elected, bccavsc he could not set a majority of tin d< legated trust. order to enable it to produce uniformity, and j they would go into an election, and the time who maintains the aiiinnative, I am
ill tier courts of lure no less than in tJiose i of all the errl ers (leek and these cir "The i*!,ue I have made is wholly above prevent its own dissolution.: And considering j when, and place where it should be Ldd.- vet to be informed of it.
vflair, 'iizikurf gives comets,'."" cumstances being thus ascertained and admitted and beyond everything of a personal party the State governments and general Governments When the two Houses, in pursuance cf this of this sub
If there was any-part ol the cont eslant's it was agreinl by and between some character. All such considerations 1 distinct- as dUtinct, bodies acting in different willvoted the first, second, and third time*, ject.
t'crrent to Lich lie specially invited ob- of those who voted for contestant, and those '1 jly discard. The sapietnacy! of the ennctitu1 and independent capacities for the people, it t for the contestant, giving him, twice successively rules of law, as declared by the Supremo
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r'rv:tin, ,and desired; a leepon&c, I presuni- who voted blank, that the contestant should Ilion and laws of the State, i is the principle in was thought the particular regulations should !29! and the third tim L'3 votes, each Court of New Jersey, iu the State vs. Foster,
c' i is: s.'tii'! or dial it would not have been be first voted for, and the blank votes should 'defence of which I embark the content. I i 1)0 submitted to the former, and the general time declaring unanimously (such mast be HalsteaeTs K. 101. '

;11.' ; :.; r'lgativdy; and I therefore deemed vote as the} did, and that my name should { have undertaken it as a point of duty ; and I regulations to the latter. Were they exclusively considered the unquestioned announcement of The Legislature of New Jersey, upon jointliallot.Jiftyficc
-' rt'i itecifil and proper to meet it as frankly bo proposed r.t a subsequent balloting, and !ishwll pursue it, as I have begun it, with no under the control of the State government the presiding officer of the convention) that members precut voting for a '
> :c: \u< ]put And how could an answer that I should bo elected at such subfce !,, simi; 'uall, without refen 5 Jig to the ex- balloting. which seemed to me important enough, in its be di soved.! Jnt! if they be regulah-d properly of their will in this formal and solemn man rates for Miller, being a majority of
pr.. *>'.d vit-\v, wishes, or o.in5ous of the The election vas entered upon, and the several: bearings to demand that course." by the State !It'gisltn.s, the congressional ner, was still their rule ; and when on the second the roles j resent and tirenty-stnrfn for 1 oster.
i'" n./-.! s of tlsc, i 1..11'.1: u- ; I did respond frankly, most mined. 1'flnr votings were had ; at th a two paramount authority of conscientious convictions The power appears to me satisfactory, and a> was still their rule ; and when they reassembled declared that there was no election. A sec
: .,:!/.!'v, MK!, I trust, not disrespectfully.iu .- first of which the contestant received, on i! of duty, and although I know no chamipionship uniikflv to be abused a* any part of the constitution. on the next day, proceeded to vote, and ond, third, and fourth ballots Overeat once had,
is that I rt' poise : the third J8, and on the last 23. I am authorized t more glorious than that of the "jtnpic's ."-/:// /'* Dibnles, cnIM, par :1511. Iceland me elected, this expression of their and upon the last ballot Foster rectiveJlAzYty*
I a: eiiuhlrtJ,, by iuf'nnaUon quite reliiM and requested to make this state f Farr," a> it is here s1\M I would suggest This debate in the Convention of Virginia will was their rule. Rut the contestant main- one roles, and was declared by the presiding
tj t aii-wvr the contestant's iiitvrrogator' ment by several members of the General l Assembly that the championship; in thi< instance is sustain, what I have heretofore stated, thatcongressional I j talus that they were bound by the liriti h officer to be duly elected. Foster was com-
and to inform; him upon this poitit. The as well of those who voted for as a- self constituted ; and that the gauge of battle interference with the State authorities law of "corporation ;" that by this law he mi sioiied by the Executive and entered upon
cocci!!\ .'.tilt! I lank voters intended to defeat I i gainst me ; and I have received separate and i i is a seat in the U. S. Senate. With thi* ill the election! of U. S. Senatois was elected on the first ballot, and that the the discharge of the duties of his office. At
1 "". 1 roost i Heve} this half of the General i distinct confirmation of it from fourteen of its I sketch of the history of the contest I will was never contemplated kept in sonic cxtraordinaiy General Assembly ought to have so declared.In the instance of Miller an information in the

\!*"nfrtun\ \ any suggestion of such culpal'le I members, writing to me without conceit, and leave it I will state broadly the ground contingency. reply I say, admitting (for the sake of nature of a quo varranio was filed rgaiust ,
i' in ltf; .-renee. They had a choice, they I making it from no solicitation of mine ; and which I deem conclusive of the question, aid: The coiite-stant seems In attach great importance j argument) that the Legislature was so bonnd.j Foster. Miller alleges that be having received
*' ""fii ; iu-y! did not vote for contestant I1 1 am also informed by a gentleman of the in doing so I will not prci-hd. to comment on to the fact that the State of Florida j had it not authority to set aside the British on the first ballot a mr-jorily if all the nrmbcrs 1
1 liM- (eIpres: *fd not assent but dissent ; and highest re.'jiectability) "in Honda, who was a all the new authorities pioduced by the eon ', adopted the common law, and he infers from i law of 1 Corporations, and interpret its own e- present, was duly elected, and that the
t i!,>r <.\j'r; cs .+j it Ju the only manner in their distinguished member of the Whig party, te'tant'lhe elements of n correct solution ly- this certain grave errors is 1 conceive, and leetions for itself. And did it not do so ?- subsequent ballots were null and void. Tht
p,"cater. thcu-i Wing then uo other nominee. | and who voted blank on the three first bal- ting, as I conceivefar within the range which which I will endeavor to point out. In the The idea attempted to be sustained by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, before whom
filer' ktiew their lights and the contestant's l lots and for me on tht* fourth ballot, that one 1 his arguments and authorities haze taken. year Ib'-iU, the Legislative Conncil of the Territory contestant, that the Legislature could only the proceedings were had, sustained the clec- '
I 11j' ,:inn.i 'J Vy knew that he had Io receive j of the contestant's firmest friends finding First, then, unless I can sustain the sovereign of Florida passed an act in these terms : do so by an act or law, passed through all of Foster, who received thirty-one votes on
t t':'' r votes, a majority of all the members j I i that he could not be elected, pfoposenl 1 that and exiting right of the State to elect "The, common and rtitue laws of England the form of legislative proceedings, and approved the last ballot, and in doing so said:
:!pt' Li'uMature, to be cl( ctCd. 'Jliey ten of contestant's friends .should unite with her U. S. Senators in her own manner; un which are of a general and not> of a lo by the Governor, i is, in my judgment, Oar minds are made up upon a point
l"'W' tint his tuccees deneud upon LiV.n the Whig to elect a Whig Senator, less I can retain the seat upon the high (,i'on1 1 I cal nature, with the exception hereinafter as erroneous as it is novel. The very terms which we suppose w ill conclude tl-e question
(" bi: .agar!, and not upon their weakness 'which proportion party was declined. Of the that, in the absence of congressional pre-rcg- ; mentioned, down to the 'tan day r.f July, 177G, of the Federal Constitution are, that \the Legislature before the court, which is, that all delibcrn-
Std tey I.IKW that those who were not for truth of I each and one of there statements illation, any manner which the L -g5.-laturo of be and the srune are herein- declared to be shall detcrmin the time, place, and tine assemblies, during; their session, have a
hint worn agiiiiibt him. And I will Lere MV j I cannot entertain every a doubt; for I pro- my Stale may think proper to adopt is con of force in th Territory : 1'rnridcd, the said manner of electing Senators ; and how can right todo and undo, consider and reconsider,
tan Lad a i ohiUosi been introduced afk'r I be established by the affidavits I elusive a 1OII the Federal Senate, I do not do- statutes and common law: be not inconsistent this power, right, and duty be conferred upon as often as they think ptoper, and it is the ,
Cis. frtVutt'. dccUring the contectant cl eCu i sumo of they members can of the (general Assembly. sire to retain it at all. At this hour of the with the Constitution and laws of the United and restricted to the Legislature; if the Exec rcwdt only which is done. In this case, so
lt {. could iot! Lave ben I psK-d-it could Are many not as rebutting the con- contest between ccntraluation and State sovereignties States, and the acts of the General Assembly utive of the State can veto the will of the i long as the joint meeting were in session,
t'a base received more rotes than the conreceived. testate's they inference important as to the intentions of the I atn not disposed, should I be enabled of this-Territory : And provided, also, that Legislature I as he would have the f power to they had a right to reconsider any question
u'uatn. blank) voters I Arc they not important as to retain it, to exhibit in my own per none of the 1'riiUh statutes respecting crimes do, if an act prescribing the time, place, and which had been before them, or any other

'a a atCoti ofstrength great political eacl'+..etit. showing that the General Amiably predetermined son the remotest. approximation. to an acquif and misdemeanors shall be in force in this manner of electing Senators weMe submitted vote which they had made. They did reconsider
l tv was newly e 9 ual. to do what it did do, and what escence in the doctrine ttat: me! i enerai l senate l Territory I except statutes declaratory of and f for his approval. This argument advances the vote they Lad first given, and they
11ere worn utentysezrn? Whigs and thirty- it declared just done? / cannot regard may, under exitiiglaws, rightfully exercise in aid of the cc.nu .oar law ; nor shall any person j .1 step beyond the Federal Constitution-the voted that there should be a rebaHoting.!! hi V
was t
oue Drmtptt is the Cgeneral asserntly ; u1' them because they would the 1 power of annulling the deliberate be punished bj the said common Jaw, clauses of which upon this subject would then this view of the subject, we are inclined te
and; the entirelpod y,1 ball woven set-n but sew- 1 furnish as to unimportant rule of action ; and, because, choice of a sovereign State, manifested and when there is an existing proiision by the have to be amended thus : believe that there was nothing illegal or un*
rzt r.,uabcrs ?}* friends of the contestant without wishing i we a to indicate in the remotest sustained by its legislation and executive action. statutes of this Territory on the subject ; but The Senate of the United Stake shall be constitutional in the proceedings of the joint
made e, 'pro/jer exertion to concentrate of of man when there exits na such provision by stat composed of two Senators from each SLate, meeting, and that the information connot bo
the feeling a
tht J tuocratic party upon him; and bcI'ureihc degree who has that"never virginity scrrcd in the Itegixlaiure" The lime, places, and manner of holding clectiimt ute oldie Territory, then the several Courts chosen bv the Legislature ('and Governor') i ithereof. sustained.
tntin? 1p 'toeCaa! <>ri4'' Assembly was begun, the contestant has, can >ihly furnifh ,for Senators and ]{ejrefettaive. it 1 ac7ialt v frscwlaiueil! that the con- i as rule for his conduct-1 wish pos to that be prescribed in each State by the Lcgis- \ oflence by line anal imprisonmentProvided, "The time, places, and manner of hold- meeting were deliberating and discussing
trtntt could het hut t''enlymnev'otes ; and any 1 could not be induced by moral say or I future thereof; but the Congress may at anytime \ that in no case theme shall exceed five hun ing elections for Senators and Representatives, the question which was before them. Thu
? ,rt''" any t dred dollars, or the imprisonment twelve shall be prescribed in each State 1 the chairman ofthe who is the mouth
crnntdtd| hy men of all parties, that i pcrsitasircs to struggle for a pot i by lair, male or alter such regulations, by Leg joint meeting,
M t physical uontlls.-.tct.l'ur. G, IS'JJ, see. 1, Ducal, islature ('and Gorcrnor' thereof" &c. Art of the whole declared after the
Ji-u, 3 fuc? f Ythirty *Ii4 could not be c" ; which the majority of the General Assemblyhad eicepl as in the place of choosing Senators.Aft. ) piece body, ,
.'tl.! united in declaring 1 should not oc- \ 1 See. -1, ( 'oast. l'. N. When this 3.i.'flte 1, sec. -1, Const U. S. first vote was taken, that there was no election
11"sagcrtion that picky in Florida clause was submitted for ratification in the State constitution which went into operation And these great constitutional provisions, ; and it is so stated ou their minut es.--
i ruhtj, rent M to 'vhether any the contestant cup I)trust. that this brief sketch, the truth of Convention of Virginia, Patrick Henry used ill 1815, contains this clause: TheHeneral which the people of the States have expressly They then proceeded to ballot again for the
a'ond_ or t ( Assetbly shall declare by law, what reserved to themselves, the clerk. I do not how this
Wttid mt IMJ elected or that the which will lj sustained, I and at liberty to towards it the following language: right, through see court can inter
IaiJlotes? ia 1 Legislature had no choice of the contestant's warmest What can be more defective than the pnrh of the oimnon lair, and irhal parts ofthe their chosen representatives, whom they can fore to prevent their so doing. We hold cur
Jrnilllmselfand U.! ethers, will strike the say, by some f in that contest, will not bo deemed clause concerning the ejections ? The con ricil Imr, wl inconsistent trill this constitution at all limes instruct, to elect the Senators of! our proceedings under revision during tho
7T1* wonjrhout thc.Suto 'y'm e J-ur. supporters too personal," or impertinent to the trol given to Congress over the time, place, 511(11h in force in this <8Va.'r.-Coml.Fla. their selection, becomes absolutely null and; tirm ; and we do not know that we can with
P risr, and Uic cotrtestatt! will doubtless con. issues. and manner of holding elections, will totally Art, 1t ,Sc.ti.: void. The Legislature having the'power to hold the same right from them. I think that

1 thl'l with ni- '7 thc conviction, that if he It is desire to meet the contestant on destroy the end of eutrr abge. The elections ; The conwon law of England in relation prescribe the time, places, and manner of there is no ground for the information.
1 ,111 his my and the most inconvenient to crimes anc'misdoincanors, except so far as holding elections for Senator?, is (in "Kvsscti. J. concurred."
th-ir sea tit will bo in spite" of the issues ho has made ; todUcuss them calmly may be held at one place, supreme r
p L eueral Assembly and the Executive of and to concc:.! nothing that can aid the in the State ; or they may beat the same re-ltcs to the modes and degree of the absence of congressional legislation ;) and (To be ccntinucd,) .
star.' hall be, and the same is hereby as the Federal Constitution does net that
: and that 'f the General Assembly who elected and remote distances from those who have aright punishment say
was
Senate in determining ;
did dent bins either I| adopted and declared to 1 b in full force in this shall bo exercised by statute but A
on the first vote, it was what the whole truth bearing upon every point of of suffrage: hence nine out often must power Washington correspondent of lie! Xewr.
tha j b naj iriiy dij not, dtsiriu j ,to df what the the question, will, I am persuaded, be desirable not vote at all, or vote for strangers ; for the this State. leaves it to the judgment of tho Legislature, 1 ork Commercial Advertiser says : The
everj will be to "The doctine nf hem efit of Clergy, shall the proposition that it can only be done bv
1 AeiHJinWv ceitiiiwl it did not do, to the contestant himself. To illustrate, mos-tinfluential characters applied sensation caused by the very singular expose
tier and: what thpl mo l de! of Morida will never be- therefore, the deliberate and predetermined to know who arc the most proper to be chosen. have no opention iu this' State. statute, is, in rny judgment, and assumption of the officers returned from Utah has subsi
e was dour"huzr control of "All offe.it's known to the common law, as unreasonable as it is dangerous. And tied
action of the General Assembly, I will say I repeat that- the Congress but there will be decisive action neverthelcs -
with a'' due respect for the contcsf that the contestant himself had directly induced over the manner, <$.<:, of electing, well war the punishment whereof is not provided for here I will remark as quite worthy of atfen ?. As soon as the spring opens the -
tits r quoted views upon personalities?, and some of his firmest supporters in the rants this idea. The natural consequence by this act, shall be punished by a fine not lion, that the terms of this clause of the Federal President will supersede Governor Brigham J

i- JMHfciWc as I am of the full import of State, myself amongst them, to believe, by will be, that this democratic branch, will possess exceeding ono huldrcd dollars, or imprisonment Constitution are clearly opposed to such fount', by c competent nndigorous man. \ *{
months
twelve
the
:,, s rffraining from the prompt reply which' his own direct declarations, that he would none of the public confidence, the people not exceeelig at a proposition : A military post nil! bo established at Salt
! 1Er* discretion} of the nrv.-Act Feb. 10, 16&., "The times, places, and manner of hold Lake
subcrst> 1 deem it necessary to say a'Moids not again consent to be reelected to the U. will be prejudiced against representatives City, and the* judges il1 go back with
feu' I, 75, and "f, Mural 113, 1126. ing elections for Senators and
tnauner.-L'1- sees. Representa instructions
oftby ourselves, and will endeavor to S. Senate that until the members the Jen- chosen in such an injudicious to enforce the common law, in
!item an briefly as 1,ossible.. I do so, be- eral Assembly; had met at the Seat of Government liot's Debates, vol. 3, page fcO. From these elates, I understand, the con tires shall be proscribed in each State by the respect to a plurality of wives, and other
use I difler'vith the contestant, and I do three hundred miles from my residence "I I shall make few observations to prove, testant maintain-hat the whole common law Legislature thereof; but the Congress may points of morality in which the practice of
? U iatorCfctitlS to myself at least, if not I was not apprised that he had changed that the power over elections, which is given of England, entifng into or governing all pet at any time by laic make or alter such regulations the Mormon conflicts} wit that code and pub- '
to | to Federal l (lovernment ty elections of brotighs, shires, or other dependencies except as to the places of lie .
know choosing
the
tar 7Dt "re) uh of the tvo cord es. his mind, or that he desired to bo elected. to Congress, is contrived by law of the policy.
+ ,, becajj the legislature, Senators.
7v be more Jess thfHe that the people bo deprived of
or ,
by that
preferred and may
That 1 learned the fact
77)e! f J.lurida them the M) soon as their influence in the government, by the lex pnrliameiaria of Horida; and that I have italicised the words "by law," to (03-The Journal of Commerce that
torepresctil to being forward in proper rays
was brought
name opposition
and hots my of their suf because in 1'ritl, under the old common law show that though the Constitution requires taxes will this
vas !gestate of parlies in the to him f addressed frank and earn destroying the force and effect year be imposed upon the people
&s.altrc? a rules, ecclesiasttl, mooed, municipal, oreleemosynary Congress if it shall alter such of tho I j
and by What results Congress is to have a discretionary pres-cribe or city of New Vorlc the
contingencies est appeal to our party to unite him, or frages. to enornous m see
vtrc controlled." if it could not do so, then upon upon tome other control over the time, place, and manner of corrations, might elect their regulations, to do so only ly lair, no such amount of $3,500,000 and upward," l ,z
If the be elected heir chairmcnjlerks, moderators, or constable -| restriction or condition is imposed on the being
to increase
Senate shall elections. The representatives are an of more than hail a mph'!
pass over the solemn individual entitled to its confidence, protesting
tari ?, hy a ma/rity of a fuomm, the Leg Legislatures. The Legislature prescribe I ion last '
may .
CtliUriate declaration of the General iu the strongest terms against the us* of consequently, when and where they please. 1 upon year. .
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Florida ConferenceAJcocate The Contested
fonvention."We General Cass. .- The Seat.
The Feeler, -The Baltimore *> Jusrorfhrse able
JOURNAL Our old friend Kx wiisof the rne (Ia.) Courier, 1io CrpaCiun and
THEJPLORIDIANJ (
; : I on MH.CAIIEI.I.'A srr.rcit. hare endeavored to keep pat 'iUz ti'e' Ct'flI short time since, WMuxxs0 D. t Fsb 'th
that (fen. CASS should he not entangle him editor spent ft few day in "ur city a ,
ntimcnt e-f the Democratic Soutl preilk-ts ,
t 'llirg ft iu the
: Tliis gentleman, a ncprescntativc In! Con- r ui ty of the Florida C, ..fm-nce
TALLAHASSEC : cni and South-Western States, ,V the the self in the Kossuth movement, will be the favorite of has an article (-n the doings DeZr Sif-The "asarmnat
:
policy
press from the state of HoiiJa, late a lii";, extract tho following
and tlLstinctive features tUt tlui'.l murk the the Constitutional Union men of the South in the approaching at its late leMiini, from which we ultimo, e-titabir letter from its 2J4Chnnd
and later n Constitutional Union man, made SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 1852. proper ft.rf j, i'f the nominating Conveulon. AVc have noted Presidential election. We are uot aware )arngrapk4: \V. ., a speech in the House a few days fcince, in I platform acn.unt of the tatem( .u

t -; .. which he said, that his Party would! go for no Mr. Mallory's Reply.We the proceedings in those States-itbcre Convention* tliat the distinguished Michigan Senator is any b tier missionary It M :very operation pleasant e-f to a complete year which onr deserves to be true ami unwarrantable, hi regard t-> tlbedre at

the ,ubliiuti of Mr. MILIORT'SHcply lave been held and vrhilj i a i patiiot how tlian he was in 1845, when the present far that the Conunittee of the
: candidate for President, who did not come commence ] 'n already we arc prepared written tfownas the anniis mlrub'illt *> n. Senate Utwe..

:, tint plainly in favor of the finality-took t. Mr. YfiXK'd Supjilemeutal Argum
grounds again the late movement of the this: morning's paper. As the document is quite we confer the rcsolutLijs of some d> nOt i with such unsparing luxtility. Cut we hate no faith bv_ stating tire pn gre* of the g""d work in tae I ara happy to inform you ant jn\a

; 11L Constitutional Union meeting at Milledgeville, lengthy un-l will run through three or 1 f>ur numbers, indicate all we would w :-h to ?ei msu-fed (lfl. IMiithout I in these professions of jienitcncc on the part of our Florida: this inference- For the Conference first time has since raised its organ.izti..ii mon- Flofid.i rc.idir*, that the pr< pect, are yyy Deiarati faYtii},
I growing yomig for the itunmi'iuin! i of their
and against the course pursued. Ijy the late we would zthie our readers to ]preserve the pipers \ further remark, we will *ai that the follow ins; Whig brethren. Gen. C.vvs was as incorruptibly hon ey enough t<' support it sown large misiomrv' jra j to hiMat.. from which he gallant has Senator' Mr.
been
Kditor of the Journal & .Messenger-argued cmitiiiiing it, and \\hcn it* publicationslmllbc i completed rcs'-luticn, A\lik-h we extract from tL ji jiroeee-eliii s *>f j est in 1818 as he i is now. and the Wliig party know it. ton! > ; nifl it has ftmii-lied f.nr or five hundred dollars tainod by Mr. Mallory. The committcel"w ''

k ngainst sending delegates lo time\ ltitnore they can rend it with a IxttiT uiulor anding the Tennessee t't'nv4nti'n. expnsscs our >itws. end i UMich He had btc.li before the country, filling ppiinbent and l bfklvsfor a missionary to Califoniia' on Dr. IVrmg's wo referred the subject, Irave a repntaftm to

'i a;. Convention-expressed the l belief that the than uJiile it is taken tip in detached i >rti<>ii3.TJits ns we tnwtwill l e re-enae-trd by zi.t ..n1y our i responsible stations, for 1'rtyvesm-s, and not a whisper proposition of the his u fIlthy"don klrcd! -\tlie i hen immense all thecircrmiiutaiees tain, a*juri rase arccon ,
:t; *- \vhig party was becoming sounder than the Kcply" is punlUietl at the reque-t of Mr. own State Convention, but by eu-ry Cunvcatiuu yet to kid been breatlatl niiiiat him ns a min or as a patriot misnviiuiry field covered by this tinily! the scarcity of and for them throw to him reVnt )lr. Ynlee'a arguments a.j
Mr. .
4l! 11 democratic party as to the finality, mid would MAI.I.OIIV. Wo make this remark Ixfatw, not liav- meet : until he bearnn thc nominee of the great democratic preachers, the spam-ness of population in many j portiiei5 action e-f tho mmktec.out but Yulee Mr. i- all Tea.ly <

uI .:: ; : 4 endorse it-that tlic Constitutional Union par. jug ]iubli iht1 l Mr. YrtEt's Suppliiuent.il Argument Jit hf-l, Tliat the Democrat* of Teimoce are party of the country f r the post of President, of the State, mini! the formative period of .H.-iety for time, for what purree cannot iUllery be divined has

ready to meet their pilitical %Irttlirni i'f the i'ther' when the tials of abuse nail calumny were opened by in wlik h the Conference is called to oprate-we not bv to lt.
4 ; j ty, could control the election. Ho said that (which we have never seen,) his friend* might think worthy Input get i.ew evidence or to utrcngt(
the that the Florida Conference M t<>
t of must
in National Comentiou >r *e nom- ;
( en. Scott had! remained silent too the with States piirjw thcfc same Union men of the Soutlu" Every pn>minent cay meat, liccauMs there is mme to gut, none to
long upon we are not treating patties equal justice. iiiitiiig! ciindidnt.-s for tlir l%csid ncy mid Vice 1'nt-i- in the same picture with Alaliama! (Jeor iii, Mr. -dionld

the finality-that it was too late for him now So f.ir as this pn-fs i is cunecnietl, ib inductor ha* d.-ncv of the United State*, to be supported upon the act of his life was (li-tlIrtel---h14 motives impugnol and South Car..tina.Viien time I'.ishop} called f. r a [ mitte.1 Mallory Lu) a seat, hail and it nut would been 1reer for the Iwre

? -that he was sorry for having supported the ttudioufly alistaii.ed fr>'ia taking cither side of the pl.iftfirnw adopted bvom party at the lUltimure Con- and his diameter "damned with faint praise. volunteer for Califoniia; not less tlian a duz.ii men e.xressed of Mr. Clay, who came out of a sick bed e,>fl.to.

candidate ( \eat i..iii in I 184-1 ainl 1>48, with udi tnct: undiitt-uid-l And this kind of moral aisassinatk>n was their willingness to go. Tlic ('oi.f rcnce on I
;, mum ion. Taylor, and would never cftutrovcrsy. Any other course could hare t-ffi-ctc l lno same kept { that liooii for him. He ha* not been m the
l the l last C4Pr1z'r.ss frtlie .illotling. cast an equal numln-r of vott S for two the
4 vote for another fuch, e\c.: &c. We look grxxl, and might have rcHilteil in creating bitterness I jug that iidjustincntof the nicaMin tie t picsti l ies m by connected with slavery up until facts dinw>n.-.tratid to the public gaze the llc\s. S. 1 I'. HL'har and A.ftndiam; and ISi-hopAn, T since, and will never be tlwre aun.i,

.. :9 upon all this as nothing more than nfcc- nnd evil bit ween the) niocratic fiiciidiiof the shall: be faithfully adhered to and uw niesced in as a thorough rottume oftl.e Noitlurn allies of the South- drew deei'led toapp nt brother (iraliain-very suitable regret to inform you, he U rapidly detliniij;

; Icr, thrown out hy Tuomhs and other migratory two gcutlomiii.. have maile it a rule, however, topublidi final MttVmcutf! th'e qucttioiH.lln's era Whig", when tluir tune changed, and Ui n.C.\ss man fur thi4 rei-MiUsible] work. Now, tlie" ayertion., Si, tir: from being eotrwt.

'. politicians of the same caravan with if jinked to do MI, vhatc\er might reLit -t
4 himself---an invitation to the Northern whig ctint*t, and under this rule the "lieply" A\ludi weconuutucc us a finalitv, but vi tnith and hi f.ii-t it timplyiiisisis muih wj as t<> be not alU-gether unacceptable to them good prevailed.and -piriteil After meeting.the u The ual intrmhictofy right sort of enthii cnic -iam i-$ only opink'n prevuilrng here Is that Senator JlalLf.

to hid for them. We predict that the that the in the for the i'Kntieid tlce which three he I will saf.-ly ride out the 'yv<'/he has encountered
patty in tday's paper iippars. upon a gimaramitee oily nieusure i years ago, was by the Ucv. T. ( Sardner the Chairman, the Kev. W.Clioicf ,*

,- bargain will be made, but that jut before its whole series ut all agr.eablc' to the South-.-tl.e fujji- .) unworthy [to tilLe say deatli-U-il re{>eiitancc Cahill for the Treasurer's report whieh was: out furling a sail, ami that lie is safely nx>or*
I .J publication, the whig party will be discoverod From the East. the tlae Liw-.luill remain iink-late, and! be f.iitliful- are of little woitli-we June no faith in them ; and we re ad! l 1'y I*. 1'. Smith, nnd the report of the board of year, m a pie.iti.n i where he still do great treiGtsj
.
.' be the and of Wo the Mil yoiiuil imjw tuiit int ell Jircnce frt'mhhie t :umirrs, which waS read by the lev.! S. Winxlbury.An limselfnnd honor to th State he has him
,' to to great surprise joy copy ly t-i.forced and carrkdtit Ilis fiigiiive Uv is xIow verily lielicte that if (it-n. C.i..m is nominated by the able addre! wa* thon! -livored by tu' llev. T. S" | far so tH-

: Tootnbs, and his associates, the sincere and Jacksonville J!<]>nlilcan of the; 10th inMnut, receive! the ecemij'romutc-tit] : iii, it i is the only feature in those Baltimore Contention as the Democratic standard (Jardwr. who !was follo\v.-l in eloquent stylo by the represent -'!.

1 : devoted lends of finality, though de'eming it by Lut liightV mail : enactments eusevptible t-f auieiuluiciit e-r rtiH-d. Ni bearer, he will hut OOl ceHseto In: tl.c favorite of these ltt.%.. F:. G. AH.IV of the 1'hil. Conference. "The editor If there lois been delay in the rrprrt of ft C .

t unnecessary to adopt it as a part of their plat ]INDIANS) CAPTUIiFD. one JT-JNI-OS to disturb the other aet -jujuicceuccin Constitutional: Union Wlugo, but will be again the ol of this ..TIfnlItVIII: ) had the pleasure to be present, miiec, it cannot lie attributed to Mr. M.ury. So yns

; form for the Presidential campaign. In addition to the report.* cnin( nt from various them 'n universal: -ami hence e-ur Tcunesw brtthnn jeet ogiin which tLtir furcist assaults nnd most eivtnonied .- wa call**! <>tt and made a luriuf impromptu tip..c.ii ; I can team there has not been the alMitrttVaKon :t
i \vhH-h Mibstaii1i.il
after the of
: A few weeks and will be finally quarters of In lian fomys Ix-yond the jIr.c..rflHii IntiiiUi 1rINts the action ef the
more finality iNiuiiiliiry, we yri\e. place to the l. IIow iug liotcwliioh in malting as a e-onditiou t to their CO-WJHration with nrro s ill: be directed. How can it be >therwisc in the cause bv the iieetinir: came in hnnd*>tnlv..- las part to delay Convention;

: dead.-Columbus Times.VARIETIES. (icncral Hopkins lia ] >litcly }handeil u'Ve the National 1>eniocraey. that the udjustmuit measure.: I Gen. Cas is a Democrat, nail favorsth unity Before the crowd vparated five hundred and tifty-the the contrary, he has tloiie every thing m Us i ibrnig

4: have ul o M'ii a li-ttcr to the same I fllccr, ilated a-i ittr < of tho lat Conirrcfs ehiall lie f.iitl.fully adliered t I" of the-ltn.ocn.tie! pMrty. lie i* opposed to diisioas dollars Mrre piled upon the Treasurer's table-nuN-h I the matter toan iue. As an erik-nee cf tLi,,
; Lack as Xo\cmlnT 11, 1$51. from Cnpt. J.mii: <;an.Kncribing to the apparent tfatiifUction of that worthy officer; in when Mr. Take knew of 3Ir. B that vhilc the and an-1 all I 6nm
and ncquiesced in, mire only demanding ub-eli\L-i'Ui! ti> such humbugs sail]
It i is Paid: that a pretty pair of eyes are limo ( : a trail of Indian: nnd ]h"g* that they had: w hih, to say: the truth every Ixnly present germed beenaIled
he
V best mirror shave driven off. by himself nnd bn.ihur. Southkld their vj positk>n to sudi rmnions ns are [ and \\I.ig t rajs as Constitutional Union Jtirtles. He fully to participate.: It was indeed, a i'd eight's the Coir.mittcc: Living h<>n
.- a man can by. Through th<- :Sntii.; -l, it \ra also Mated, that Capt..laniairtm : jvnlicularly ofie-usive and iiijurk'U! the North shall IK- is in f.iv.'rof. the Biltim-ire Conve-nti-.u, arid! -'wisheselciiKii'ratio work :-particularly when it i is considered that the h death rT his -* ife-, 2tr. Y. made a request uf &nair

: Punch says that the friend* of Louis Napoleon ( ime uji with Ijidians hi\ing off Jiog ii: equally generous nnd eelf tacrifimig, end jie'd shl 'ppiti..mI ])tlegates *ent tit from the democratic Church at Tahiaiia-see kd contributed before, very liber.dly Mail ry, I understind! to delay further

L iiuist that he has acted with impartiality tin- early port of January.: Mr. Hn! hey, the author ofj to this cause. until Senator B.rnvns return, 'which .
to fueh of IK oir.-nsive them.: EatVvt.! NoitL and Siuth-anJ he ; ropsiis(
> submits
1II'1J.PZI may party
1 toward the soldiers and the people for if he j thi Ill t '. i j.* a luau of tiiujvicstioni-'l: : I \\erncitv. From ] I Tin- ru1wrt[ of the T5 >ard of Managers referred tc> the
What be rea-onablc tlian this ?-arid what 1 his nail 1.5/h claims to that C-'nveLtl'ti dcsirablruew of mis- the Indians Mallory JPOSIt4uitime'L
I hi iil 'rintiti'elI, there ajipears to Lave I K'cu ut ]least can ni rc name and to a n to yet reinanunin
I gave wino to the military, he elid not fail to "u brufch" ou the fromtkr.MFLI.ONVII.T.r. Southern ])env T. t can bd-itatc in demanding tliiiiiucli -* no other. He has nutliing to do with any LgijiuI Florida. These amount to some hundred arid fifty The fling at Mr. CLiy's "ofiTciuusne" in

,. ; give the citizens a taste of the grape. 1P52. Convention ? a-Imit that such warriors, trailer the renowned Chief Billy ]5owleVhave *.- Mr. Mollory's right to his seat in the Sruate \nau
(Orange co.) 1VK 10. from the, National All paity as nud will accept no rif.initiation, if tendered a

( A negro on Long It-land recently drank a Sin: Jjinui: itn lia* I IH-CII with the Indian* again; he tlie C.IIrQ1m2e.) : in it* 'jration. 'n a-yiiiist tl.c South I to him, frw.i suck a party. His petition is well \\fvolfiic.-no<>f doubt the :Coi.femice that the enterprise would not jjulehristuuiben hr>itate a moment tiful specimen of tie reckless iinrict! :wt JK Itho ,

;: pint' of brandy on a wager, while partnlly 1 has captured two. nnd they tl.ink: anotht r w :ii killed! ; South linvc kiHiwn all tiise uny-a-liners iu this eity, who iu unitr ,
the
and iii doubt the I liill is oix-tifl, :n the uar-wlKioji lj s -but we of yiiMed our opposition, ( n jioit.ts, awl thcref- nil the talk if there appeared any practicable mode of ne-

$ ; intoxicated. After remaining btupefied for | I lntii heanl I m our hini I. We know not whut: may 1 lwUMine and f-r the Fal: e tf j jacc ZUlu good! feli] >Wshii] take it about Lis bting the favorite of tic Union Whiwh} -, CeSS to them.! Lut the rfinnanN of rid men left in out a scribble vf the required length, ek nut hwcaut
: fifteen hours, he rexived and drank freely of 3 Florida after the g21kral! emigration of the Sraiirqhj.I the motives i-f such mm as >Ir. Clav.
4>f our f.imilie! *. We wm.t iiid fpwtlily. Wetliink for better or for worse. We Lie it fl4 a finaihy, as a dcnuuii'W the Baltirn- Couveiitiou and affect to have > uttick Hn
Mater but after diet! Tho coronet'sjury are hid av.'jiv in the inacee-'ible tiMtue -e* *'f the eerSjlwh' -
soon our families tire in gnat dangtr. the North it acted by thU ilistinguislkcd Senator tovarib ITrM.dlory .
5ttltfl4i.tIUUI wen-k that shall make no faitJi in it, and threaten; ihi'tvrr- LJ non.inattd: by it *. To'ttit, them t> be Jit present ahtiFutle part
rendered verdict of death from drinking Yours truly, appears
I a JOhN HUGIIEY.Ocn. final ly thi.-ir vote-j and roolutioin, mid! we know of with thr ir Ji-ipewur! is intended eimpl o a ma,k to uudrrt'tkin They eriii todtt'y ymirxrR dor, wits the true and only e'ure to pursue.

ii cold water! fl. 1ToritTN..c '?. no btttir place than the 13altitm CcuTe-utioii t<> thia coter F-inu-disign'against the succesiof the ilemocratiii civilization, and Chrl-tLitiity alike.A Courtesy to the seal of the State, no eluult prvniptoi

A western editor says that a child was run \. un-lcMaiid that thfso enni"t call* fn m the ittle( the matter. iioiuinee. And this i is, in our judgment, the threat influx of p puLitk>n from the old-r States is him to this course, a.-,his accjuasatance within JLiliury
pouring uito the fertile Lvidof t loriila. Arnon:"the e
over by a wagon three years old and cross remote hcttlcr' have induced (;en. IlopVin-j to address! true secret of all the t iproailoii* of artiaity! f.r> this families are many member of our communion. They was very liniteti-nescr laving seta Lira but onea

eyed, with pantalets: on, which never s okcul'tcrxvards. / a letter to the Governor on the subjet Tlie Matn of Masonic.: or the othf Democratwhich we meet with ia Union will find an organization and thriving ChrL-tianiry and that was at Havana e>n the veeicdeotMaCa1s!
H.lito the fulfilment of the At the late Coinmuiiieutioii .f the Grand 1dge] of
thing* tlHiuldTp< hojn'now :
The U lull re.lv to hail their approach. The eb.rra.r8tsofa pr werfuf t4kiug tkit city in lii- route bmie tom fixe\astCuo\
Whig t- the Democrats
4IJ. object >
[ujx-rs.
decided action of the
of Government
encouraged the tenthiru-n! -
Florida in this city following were <
church
there. 11i of
are already aixt a that
.
qnart Lii stlf
Mr. Yulee finding oppieitiunvur
Great want of capalility-TIio English Iii the who have Iven iau-gej! iat> thtir ranks iut gress.
h-etcdofiiocis for thc pre ent year: K. 13. Snrus, century will iritne a'noble development governor's ability at the Capo of (Jood Hope1. Mot Wors'.iipful Grashl Master; C. A. M. MiTnI Li. quiet au 1 thus strengthen their own chances by abstracting re.aoij-Cf an I strength! in that Lrult/f 1 rt.i! uw frs. Its ueIt .-< his friend, Mr. Urujht, t> TriuuiratihL

It has been s-rid that there are two event Important. fn in the strength of their opponents. Banil \ winter c'.ini.-ite !is worM-renowned! .Jre-.fly. Its sprinij opposition, lnri.g wnvinceel that it was prem !cre:
Wo me inf..>rnuil, fn,ni H reliable (source, that Capf.Jcniigan )< imf\' Grnti-1 Master; SAMUEL ]5 < of ileli.r.tbr..zsfr.hnts4.. 4(1.t115that kit f a ipmeifr
quintessence & 3Ir. Mallorv's career as
ful periods in the life of a woman : one when by. when alt things thall Le in readinewe will
has received from Gov. I5r"wn to Warden
: authority WHKATON Juni-> (tranJ
Warden ;}. I. ; rival the perfunits of Araby th- West! from rtWer and intelligent deba
S -hc wonders xxhom she will have, and the rake a Conijwny' of fifty Mounted Vo1untii-ri< for the Dr. J. R T.rzoa. Grand Secretary; R. A. SIIN% Gi.nd see the cloven fit a little more plainly. We will see f'f' every hue nail nettneu Snipw, bacci>. a t- him a reputation as a ready
when the wonders who pfitwtk n f tin1 Mttlcnient* hl Mit Fit t Gatlin, and ter. Uj<'n every questk>noa which his mind has U o
other will have her. 1 W. D. JkRT.oW, Gntnd Chaplain.Tlic the jittemjit nj.iao, if ve are Dvt very wide of the ton tropeJ! fruits, all attest the fertility and C"nipa.--
and Rev. :
an onler! from Capt J. for provi-ion: nnd ht<>res w as Tr'-Hsurer: ; to bear he has exlibitcsl a >futiJk/
tithe il. Rail ul brought pn
i mark to these Democrats) with S'> r>: iIlpriVCmi.'flts are projcete l I.
If love others will love 11 along themselves
carry
they 'iateil the Grand; I ,
you you. brought )here y *tenliy: by' the itt aiier Th.itL from follow ing jiere ir.s were apr by which when will ci'mmuuiciktitn between the i-f eb-enert-
completed a remarked by generality
open thought
you speak kindly to them, they will speak Lake M'>nr ie. This looks Lelligereut.-Jarkswiille.Vw Mri'-fer-D. H. MAY*. Gntnd; Orator; J. H. VmniEB, I body nnd! brecche- into the eiulrace-3 of Northtnwhu'giry. the Gulf and the Atlantic. From TiiU.iha.-ee fiuuSvar with the
Love i is with love and hatred *. Feb. 14.We Every thing u now to that xiint He enters upon his duties genplhLite
kindly. repaid Grand Lecturer; J. S. SAVVH, Grand Senior Dram : tendiug [ to 0.lethi.rpe-a city that has sprung up a* bv nuupe.at Lw
of Stat.b
with hatred. Would you hear a sweet arc iuth"rised to say that the Xcv las been C.ivniF.sRr'-'EU, Grand Juiii ,rD .ac>iu; S.S. KM(;HT. and the eav. virtue ifiuuthirn WLizgery is to well the present terminus of a very superior Knl Road >ry of hi country taut the local wants *

and pleasant ocho, speak sweetly and pleas altogttlur ini-s-iiif-niied. The Governor hn given noauthority Grand MaH.nl K. Bturjiv, Grand Pursuivant ; A. HLixi known to make us doul.t fir an instant the issue. -the South Wcsttrn-there is a daily L'ae tf stageiac1es th with a moral and a manner whk-h will refit
; and! the traveller u conveyed from Charleston his and character to tie
; credit constituency give a
antly yourself. ud Iu raise troops nor to purchase pros i- upon
>s-y, Grand T\ler. j to Tile capital ot rloriiUui bixty nours.
President Fillniore-by a new Artist. State in the Councils of the Nation.
A dull day, an empty pocket, and being in ions and btres.. The following apjKiintmcnls of District Deputy There is obiouslr a great work in the hands of the
In the numlxrr of the Herald is Pmthaaamd
February of Union, The Presidential contest waxing warm.
Florida Conference. have for
love, effects man's s-piiits mos>t seriously.We ahixnatleJ.! B. LiNc They the most part an
The Court of this State eomrmneed Gninl Masters were 'irn, *
: Supreme tVre! it nn artiedevote.! -.! t> Home Politics" in oy>en field!, and broad, clear davliirht before them.- i Cass are swallowing up all the sruallfry, burthen'

find, on a scrap in our "drawer," this its fes'iun in Jafkson i'lc: on Monday, the 17th iriblaut Southcni Di-trict ; (J\u HvMfHaKra, Kisteni DistrH ) which Uio )1lIwiIigIrtnmut of President Fut' ost Hpresented. The nventionahVm3 and social prejudice, which ii is an under current at work which ia all probaVTirj

pa sago from a learned lecture by a German -the Chief Justice alone present; the Associate Justices ; Dr. J. M. W. IHviPsuv, Jliddlo District, andWv. It is but justice to the paper from which older Conftrtnces c [>[H>re >tur adventurer in London "Uaron Nondul- ii'airist the movements of tluKll-in, are but feeble!
one arrived In the Court Moi W teni Distri't.t
not hiing: consquenc' we quote to state that the editor is professedly neither hiiuh-ancM a new State where enterprise, activity* Giant of the West" who is considered by maMtl*
brainz. He is illustrating the great glory adjoiinic"l over until Wednesday 'lowing. We learn Tliifflc r* (T tho Grind Chapter fvr the prcsnjt
& Wl.ig nor Democrat, but is biniply a Union"aiiD uid opacity can overmatch Jirst-family-ixtn arty day best CABISCI M..KEa in the Nation.

Mechanics, as a science. "De ling dat is rom the Jtr/niMiran that there i is but ne: case tt np- year are the following:-K, A. .Sm.MC:, Gnuid High and is in favt-r of that man and Lim alone fIr of the world. Literary Institutions are springing up, Mr. Cabell has been agitating a question wLicY ts

made is more superior dan de maker. I shall cal on the d-K-kct Tlie next t< nn of the Court is to PrU't ; S. H. SnrntNS: Deputy) Grau-1 11ih Piw-st ; tlie Presidency who csehews fanaticum of under the control of the Conference. la luldition to a to all parties anti one whici should It
grade paramount
Bhow how in I every flouri male and female ut Thom-
: you somo ling. suppose 1e held at Tampa, on thin frt Monday in March. SAMI EI. lBui'Mx, Grand Kiug; D. C.. McLkv, and colr isoa vtrv hiit'j Seme-try and distinct from the elevation of thor
make de round wheel oNe coach Ver as a deadly j*> : aaville-the Fletcher laatitute-which U wisH manned separate

well elat wheel roll live hundred milj and 'COiEY.-TLe Ftlnuiry nuniUr ofLun'ii ( lii Gran-1; Serilic' ; J. B. TAILOR Orand Secretary ; I). C. Tlie rpcstinii now u-i-ies, has Mr. FILt fpnE so con- with officers handimely patronized the public that "V" to the Presidency, and as he hipcso&iaay

; / WIISON, Graul Trcnsurtr; Jlcv. C. H DTKX, (JrandChnplaia du--t-) l.Ha>hjiiini-tr.ti.ifl tlt! a maji'nity ofthe peip1e of a school of high f grade has been projected at ilicticopy. forgive him cit> the aid and comfort he rendered Gco.
I cannot roll one, myself! .Suppose I am de ]UooKC-wnes to UJ* ladeu with a fine table ofconcnt -
this c.tritrv4IiIjj desire! to see Lim elected ? We to be called the Ejt-t Florida Institute. This is placed believed that he will Gcn.
cooper, what you call! and I make ele big tub *, niul inoft LaTidsomely emlicllislK-d. Amontr all think n>>t We u-ed wkit influence: we had when he under the sttp-rvL-ion of the Conference, and aa r.ctive Tailor, it may be give
Council of ] and Select Masters has been
A did ia the
to hold dc wine I lie hold tuns and gallons ; the juri'Mlifals in the country, none Ls more uniformy Royal ortpui- was -uddenly callc-l: tO fill the post, in creating confjileiice agent apjK>iiited to St rye its interest Scott a "shut in the rear" as Marcy ,
i it.i l in this city, uud<.r ('. naati'MJ granted by A. G.MICKtv B. T.
[ f.r his a-Iniinistnitii.n. and we hare iiever haiocx"ai"ii Tlie Conference after a harmonkne and delightful Mexican war. Yours,
I hold lollies than (! Tlie iieir
and So
: cannot more as five mtt public eijiectation i ody IrIhl I -
M. IX, Soveni Grand In-fcttor Gui.ri.t l of tduubt the integrity of his character, or the st- iiiu closed up its huines on the 2d inst. The first

.c you MMJ dat de ting dat is made is inure supe. > ttates that his circulation has nearly reached the 3.1. nnd S crit iry= General the if. E. in t6Sipr.ne ;purity of his put riot l-m. Hut his political CourseSH.I" FriiLiy in May and September were ?*t apart .s days Senator Seward.

nor dan de maker !1" I('0,000 copies 1 Council of the Southern Juridi tk> f the ) Uiat. en with the great men who have piloted f'f fa.-tinif and I prayer f-r the prosperity cf the Church The "Washington correspondent of the SavaaiaJi
uf
A emaciated Irishman called > the (Government, he was incapable! governing a ration and especially that the Lot! of the hzm.rst-.t would send
poor hwing The Tournament. U. S. The! t ftici T3 arc-Tuns. II\ v.-\n, llrioe lllu.striou like this. Th re was -.ircely a man in his party forth: more Li'rorers. C.>mplim ntvr resolutions were Georgian says of this wily Senator:

a physician in a forlorn hope, the latter spread This anilInly l.ioked-fr i-age ut arms* came -? Grand; Matter ; J. P. Div.u, I1L IL ofT; TnosBROW.V he could a-k to Income Us chit f sceretarv, except Mr.WEB.IML paved ia reference to the hospitable treatment of the :;ov. Seward is bv large odds, the only nunm the

a hugo mustard plaster and immediately clapped off jtciv.rJing i to announccmiit on Thursday Lirt, 1'JthinstjiiiL PiJLcipiJ: C. of Work ; H. II \iw.\un, Treasurer But ou liii aCeea'a to oflic-e he .glee-te.d people of Tallaha.< *e, which, judging from the specimen \Vhig party,capable of taking Mr. Clay place. sad
it on the tpoor fellow's breast. Pat with one great matter, Ixith i.f duty awl of poli--y. He pret-ciittti on the pars of our excellent host, T. J. has not waited till the lattm' death, to take it, in the
A large t-oneouiceof lathici amid M. D Recorder. It U nauit-il ofth
: geiitKmeu and J. B. TiVLftt,
Northern anil Nurthwcstero wing
the
n fearful looked down on it and said :- f lui-l hiiTidre.K if uottI.oiuan-Is. J'taeD, 1i.dihiii.geftke, Perkins, Erq. and his Lwly were well-earned. affections
"Docther eye Docther dear it strikes that is from the city a'id u- -ii.blcd, "Ma-lay Council, No. 17 Tl.w i is tl* only b-i-ly of tfcekin1 ntfitiiiii; views, and! putting forth iutliitiices on party. His extremism on the subject of Skverr,

mo" and rcmaiiwd delighted! fKtators @f the feats of in opiratlm in tl.'u State, amid ii the first Council tln-ir coiiiiuiuiitk s around them, utterly b.,tih? to the General Scott. for the present separates him from, the Southern fr-
n deal of mustard so for little meat the spirit of the Union.Cougre Remarking on the claims and fitness of C a. SCOTT tion of the party, but thev will not long remain !separated -
horsemanship perfurmcd by lanou* goLint gentlemen ever regularly orgauieeJ by Di-p) usHtion or C'hartcrin President
will for him for'
A T/zroat.-A letter written from s had ed the great Compromise ifcacun from lain. They go
Huge \\h-i entered At 11 o'clock the pa for the Presidency, the New York Courier if Enquirer
as Coinjutitors. Flori-la. much foeilitv as they ere
time Castle Klino It was his duty to provide f.'r their (cutiou 1836 or l5t>0, with quite as
Naples say?, .Standing on Knight*, under the tijicetiuti of 0. 1 H. ]lurroughs$ as at all hazards! by every ofhW-h-'lder under the government. save : preparing to go for Scott nest fall He *i J show Lizw

; 1 drank in the whole sweep of the baj' Martial: (>f the Day) rode into the list, ikiid after A Seasonable Hint. The country kid a right to suppose that His faults! nnd no man is without faults, are all self, before hi' Senatorial term is out to be a Etr airs
On of our fair readers e( nds us the eubjoined with him-elf awl he alone, suffers [ them. leader of the Whig than Mr.tY4V.-
.. Tlic Jiomb Shell Line.-Somebody, speaking marching mid countcmuirching rectivtil from the Judge he would jillow* nnum to titinue in (ot5c who lid persona ; torn succes-sful party
of the of Yankees tho rer1nel-we can rtfus-i n-4J5ng to a lady)-that not, bey oud a Mu>pieioti, eheri-'h the mo.t conlLl svmjiathy lie is rwosed of egotism ai d vanity: ; and he has suffered p His speech on this very question of our Foreign pw**,
hurrying propensities of the Sjiorts-, Maj. G. T. WAHD, on nppropriate it for the bcnifit of all conctrucd; for Federal I iw. Rut he allowed l thousands from indulging in tl se foible But ho who will be on echo of the"pituar mind of the Xvftiv. U*

fays: charge, and then commenced the "tug of war." TlieconiKtitors we publish ofMirhmen to continue in oftieeTh'y fiuikllr pro- po-fiii the urisirpaseJ military tJents t>f SCOTT, Ls the only man iu hi* party who can and will J
"If a mortar could bo constructed, which ] were arranged in the following order: LEA i'-V EA R-The prtsci.tUing. i LEAP-YEAR, the ehiimil that he did ii.t Jit re to turn tfiem out ; and rvntl! ha covered hi-s cotuitry and himself with such ratize it to a certain eitnL'

would throw an immense bomb-shell, containing 1. The Knight of lit; Johns-K KLI.M. ladies have many pmsiltges.ntivhi] they have not as good citizen, from every state remonstrated with him a halo military eWy ad he ilid in his brilliant cam Speaking of his speech en tie llth instant, tto

fifteen from St. Louis to ailed thcmnhcBo/in thi for the course he was takinir, nail- warned him that it paign from Vent Cruz to Mexico has aright to be
*
vital o-nimunity. They
passengers The of Warsiw C. If. FjMino.Z. tame writer -
2. Knight says
would finally result in undermining his intiuence nnd Sam and has a right to quarrel with thoe who have
lloston in five minutes with an absolute certainty The Knight of Jcffcrhoii-T. TKII-LKTT. have a-lvonce-l nearly t\vo months lot> the year without prostrating: f.is juirty. Hut he paid little heed to thick proved thcmsclvt* his best friends, if he pleases so Gov.. Seward held forth tcnlir, npoQ the t martet

: .. that fourteen out of fifteen would be 4. The Knight of Mu'ca-ukie I'.i.Akr thow ing any cvi'deiice! of their di-jK.Htion to as- eimnrjeK From time to time he turned out a few n<>- to (Ii)." He question, in a speech of singular beauty, ami tw

? killed by the explosion tickets for state rooms which universal accordot torious almlitknii-ts. But there hundreds of best "* admit by the most profound I and statesmanlike news
: 5. 'Hie Knight of MOH (Srovc-U. Hincrss.C. sumac the prerogatives cut-torn were m nhe Tire freneralV friends, however, must in estima&aas

by the "Express Uomb-bhcll Line," would at .Tlie Knight ('fthe Iron I Hand-Dr.G. W. J'.t urz.t. them e\cry f.nir yttirs, nnd! whidi are the neartstnpjirouches tnmbled. he lacke-l to touch 1 or, if we .uglt t* be more chuitable. : -- that he has not been w fortunate in the result of his has a taken man destined another stride to sway forward the ,cvuucibof public lup puut 7
a foresight of the and
once be at at premium ; each passenger being Lave been able to make to that O'li-equencts; he in his brilliant from "
they ever "qinrreU" ta \T.H campaign Liter.
K.
7. The Knight of the F rest- W. HAT.L. what; has teen the result I Month by inoufli, vek bvwe sooner or
anxious for the chance to prox'o himself of tie sexes for hieh advocates of"Woman's k Vera Cruz to Mexieft. Gen. SCOTT will not soon for
8. The Unknown Knight P. Di VAU perfect equality day by iliy, :uid 1 Lour by hour, U h.fluence: ident of the X. Y. Times a ild

the lucky fifteenth. 9. The ]Knight of the Wave A. II. FELKELU Rights'* so strenuouslycr'nten-l. Now i is and the influence of his party have l>cenrneltaig awav.To get the "hasty plate of Mup" quarrel with Secretory T A conies? that C lea. C0

4 for them to out declare crown all, the last few days Live revealed either M\ncv the with Gen. PILLOW of Tennessee.It the rumor Ls current iu Washington
time
VHITOU. 10. The Hlack Knight. C. C. Bvun. the come' boMly'nnd nor muss
AN ULWELCOME was going : an unheard instance of blin-lncssof jmlicy or uu- will retire from the Presidential contest on c
The of the June Star It. their rights. This would thow a projicr degree ofsjihit is aid by the N. Y. Ifcrahl that the great contest
quietly to bed one evening, wearied by a long; I 1. Knight DrvAU fairness of dealing. To make this apparent we w ill that the Democrats vote him an increase of I4t!

elay's hunting, when close by my bedside, 12. Tlie Knight of the Fi'iiitaiii-1t. H. HALL.In : in the PCX, which, if duly followed up in other now state a few fact*. in the Whig ranks for the distinguished honor of being the correspondentThk rumor probably on?

porne glittering substance caught my eye. 1 I this order they rode-but we have not room tofollow ij'iarters, will won simi'ereeIe altogether the neccs itr.f When (the president's message at the opening! of beaten fr the Pu kleiicy by the Democratic candi- Says mated in a dinner-table remark of Gen. Scott *hItII I
: Women's Conventions" Tlie who Congress was under tlL-cus-ion, Mr. FILI.MOUE prop-is- late is narrowed down SCOTT and WIBSTEK.If .
it but hand had them through each Sufliee it to < holding lady < now to nothin?
stooped to pick up ; ere 1113 passage. say e iii l in that document to withdraw his name from any heard of long ago,and which really amounts to
quite reached it, the truth flashed across me that the Knights We themselves most gallantly, and does not exercise her feminine r'fe'htsin 1852, will have future eltclion; but he was persirided: not to do it ;- this be ?o, it v..ill not require much figuring to designate The remark was made hi this form : That be wil

: : it was a snake Had I followed my first nat if all were n.t eucccfi>ful, at let1. they dcscned to to wait till lS.r C before the has another opjiortunity to nail by his it-nils, not )\\PsTr.as.. It was the upon whom the lot is to falL SCOTT will be to be President, bat -would consider an crrearfc.f

c ural impulse, I should have sprung away, but lie. The !ictor was the Knight of Micca ukie, Mr. JfrO the question. openly-expressed d ci-ion of Mr. FILLMOHT, "un-ler- tho happy man. May he have a safe deliverance." prefer ho is not ia weoltLjocunoatauccs. -
Iii) circumstances to allow his mime to be used by his pay better than nothing, as
not being able clcatly to see in what position Jos. ULAKK. He wa*dressed in the garb of an Indian: "
; The Herald of Union. pal ty or the country at the next election ; and yet it Hr. Buchanan on Intervention. ."

: tim reptile was lying, or which way his head and looked very much lil e n rMl-+kin. From the seems tliat now, w hen the time has come, he is reluctant From the prominent jK>sition now occupied by Pennsylvania's -

_ was pointed, I controlled myself, and remained i-haractcr he assumed nud the cohtunie with which lie The third number of this valuable and mnpiifiecnt to redeem his pledge, and there is every reason distinguished son for the Presidency, great i J>istresslny () uce.-A most meiaflbl1

,.. rooted breathless to the j-pot. Straining was decorated, he f-honld have been named the Knight paper i is rccc5ve The editor, fj. EDWAKIH LKSTFR, to beiievc that he has Ix-eii persuaded to maintain his is felt learn his views the subject dent occurred yesterday afternoon at White undth w-V
to
on sands
anxiety naturally
.. is world of gol l in his bold strokes at finati-; present reserve, and watch the (ihancf for n nomination. Several children were plajing on the
inch doing a eanlh'
my eyes, but moving not an I at of the I Hammock. Tlie second, third and fomthiclors It is [Nw.iblo Mr. FILLMOUI: thinks ho con be of rtign intervention. It has been observed tliathe highest part of the llut&? when a large mass ci

length clearly distinguished a huge pufl'-adder, were the Khight of the Iron Hand: the Knight of the <-im in the North. The present uunber e-uiUiins an elected. has kept lumself clear of the recent agitation of this iif some tons iu weight, caved m uid fell upun themfl!" I

the snake in the colony whose elaborate article on American Slavey, which i is but The Siorr will! for Mr. FILLMOJIE little of the Rev Iniia"l
most deadly Forest, and the hiJack Knight. The biicccM-ful champion men not vote nor matter and.! some doubts have been entertained as to tirely bun ing two daughters /Vj
.: bite would have sent mo to limo other world then tfortcd to the of tlie Judge the prcu.ee to the qiHsTi< n, What f American Slavery do we believe that the WLK.VTEII men will do it, and urrouihs-, and partially covering a diiughtt.
was ,
presence His views record how Mr
his
what opinions are. are on of
d'hciifsed in the Mard numlicr. The we are jet to hear that iiortion of the tlcinooratic Mr. Fulton. Mr. Fulton's child, undone
.1 in an hour or two. I watched him! in silent C to be any
of his lance, otheX
who placed upon the point the wreath intended party, north or south, would go for him His inetlieieiicy ever. Iu the discussion in 18'2t! in the Semite, on the roughs', were immediately extricated the
$ horror : his head was from me, fco much the for the Queen of Lose and IVauty, Mi.ss M.ia- hpiiit nnd tone, however, i.f the presrit article many his hesitation, his tlclay, have btoinped imbecih'ty Panama Congress, he thus forcibly and wisely declared Iron present; but Laura, a younger Litighte' Ui.

> M-ors-o ; for this snake, unlike any other, always lilA CiiAini.-i, Leon County. And l thus the day el *. be gathered from the eloMng pnragra : UJH.II. his fame as a statesman. hillleclf: nurroughs loycly and most interestnig < "
: lisea and strikes back. Ho did notmove thus broached shall buried under the pnrreiP11
"ILiiing the suhjct ve cnd en deeply j jof
k ed, followed by a night of dancing ut the City Hotel l, We have ourselves grown great by standing alone years-Was 1
ho was asleep. Not daring lo shuttle avor to ain wcr it ia our next niimlir, and show to From Europe. earth which had I fallen t-u her from a height
and pursuing an independent policy. This path has 'tOC11'mint
he should awake and where, We MiciH'ct, the unsuccessful Knights rccciied the ciiti-factioii of any candid: mind that Atitrrivan, Tho Paeifc Steamer: brings Liverpool dates to the fifteen feet. Assistance was immediately
( feet least at comhictcd to national and uatioiul!
spring us luippincfS glory.
my full and compute consolation 1 f-r their want of f'ituucin '-'ilvtrEr/J it tinviiJif ]ni]>c of the Afrian race-that it the earth rapidly and carefully removed
2Sth Jan. The Cotton market had advanced
1 took backward that would nn eightluSalc.s Let us never abandon it. It is time for us once mora flUr1flRti011..1kt wmostjuditkiiw '
a jump
me, is the mind -li wik-h l'ro\idenee found the child showed no signs of
the JL.t.4, by I bright glances from soft ] kiug gieat < >sn u gel icy by ,
cyen lack fir-t dcchire the
sail to to and to to
for the three to the Steamer's go principle.s Jnseil
daysjirctious %
:; have done honor to a gymnastic master, and will intr-xluee light, ei\ii/iti"ii! I'hrisianitv and Republican means fi>r restoration were
"
I/ivc to which world that tire has liii
ngaia"From not
(
i-jiake Washington
policy grown
then darted outside the door of the room.- eyes iii'titutiohrion the African cotim-nt. ing 30,000 bah s. but in vain-life was entirely extinct the
Union at hoint, and indeH-ndencc of all foreign ruitioni -
intimations ha\c heard rather | occurred M
ivc
; With a thick stick, which I procured, I then Biimlry we : Tlio "Herald >f Ujiion" i is puUi-hct at *2! per nulium Affairs in France seem to have created apprehensions ought to llitieal maxims, ixt us do It U said that a similar accident which two croiu
4 settled his thiuk tluit uiHithir bout is on the tapis, to come off iu in atIvamIeeIrtcn in the mind of invasion by Napoleon l to all nation but form alliances with same point, some years 1iiro, by
4 returned and worship.-Itenllcy. copies f>r Ten ) 111:05. Faigli-h an ; guuid eutiuigling their lives. Savannali Republican Feb. !*-
nu'iifh and next time the lU-ncilicts" arc to lost -
a or to, had ordered none.
$ and I consequently the government large

The Memory of the Demi.-It is an exquisite try tin irluin-L Heretofore man ieil gentlemen have The Tariff Question quantities of arms to be distributed, 25,000 stands of TJte Jfaynolia.-We learn from a gentleman, w
i: Cure Tvuthathe. Twi of brown '
been Cicludc l but if there is bo aixithertiiiil An attempt was mode in flie H-iusoif Rcprcsenta- for jvirts sugar. being'! aisw
0 and beautiful thing in our nature, that we hope, to which were sent to London. lire :London Xici says tWO parts of tar, and one part of finely ground black lies in the vicinity, that efforts are now the wreel'.
that this class of citizen*, will not bedcuied on the 10th inst. to suspend the nilestn order to introduce ave the piirts of the machinery attached to
and softened worthy our
when tho heart ia touched by orders have been sent recalling the three principal popper mix them cold, and apply a portion to the not tno w ;
: of white (name
- happiness or affectionate feeling tlie prhilegc of dUpLi ing their (-kill in htirsciiiuuhip a resolution to modify the tnhtt4If 1840.- stationed the river with affected part. Repent this occasionally, for a day or an.1 that the b.Klv a man
0 Borne; tranquil ships of war, now at Togu, to IKS a" cabin was f"undlh
) passenger
Mr. Welch, Whig member fromi (JMi, jnoictl the two, and a perfect cure will be elTocted. I have tried supposed
the memory of the dead comes over it for really frinee Tourneys have been the rage, all despatch to the coast of Englumi.f2r boat when the laborers succeeded in tunun," veer

: most powerfully and irresistibly. It would it lias not been qtiitu to jiopubir to IKS married! as of 6ii p 'n>ioii to enable liiui to eubiat the fallowing ro>- it twice with have entire found success it on eflicaoious.my own teeth. My wreck. The body of Mr. Hugh Maguire a ,
neighbors equally
-j almost teem as though our better thoughts yore. We heard : the above fail here is recommend
; Shield one we can Ibtd.
and sympathies were charms, in vittue of reason of his exclusion from the libt.s, exclaim, Well, JfattlrrJ, That the Committeo.f Ways ami Means honor in ascribing to usa certain witticism on the mar lost, 60 far as can be ascertained

h which the soul Is enabled to hold some mysteroug well, we gentlemen do make great sacrifices for the are in tructcd to rejiort a bill moifung and altering gin of a juipcr sent to him from our ofiice. Our Kat- from sad experience: at this timey are
the taiitfof 1810, by BuU-titutiuj wherever practicable. The tooth-ache may l>e cured by holding in the kind V-m---Whig Editors just
F intercourse with time spirits of those Ladies I"tr r rific fur ad valorem untie with nu-h rates of era coteinjxirary is indebted to one ()the imp* of the a certain root-the root of the aching tooth. coming extremely nervous. A Demratic

whom we dearly loved in life. Alas, how Jt is wiiJ that Mr. FOOTU has declined 1 icing n duty us will yield suflieient revcue; and with such printing department for the "good time" he has had or Convention, or an article m a Democratic nP'per Ut

1 k often and how long may those patient angels candidate for IT. S. Senator from Mississippi. If this diM-rimiiuilioii in favor of iron nncithcr nrticle* of dnuftie ->- OVer it. We hoj>e he will make tho amende honorable. LUMBER Bwixass ra JACKSONVILLE.-The records of going to prove the re-union of Democraelecti.a aiarnun e u.
an
nuiniifacture wi'l l priMhiCms, as will afford the Custom House in Jacksonville, the Florida the Presidential .roduces
which says iittOU
hover around us watching for the spell true to h hear that thinks the
- should prove we may expect Boon to the labor if our citizens them.ne RpwUicu1fl
adequate protection own
,1 is so seldom uttered and so soon forgotten. harmony oucc more prevails in the Legislature of that agaiiibt foreign competition. Tuna ACEA-JESNV LINO'S ago was stated in the Republican, shows the amount sawed lumber shipped upon Democratic Committee, which assenibb er
from two of the mills at that place, for the past no committee at all but mere,1.
was
being 31
and ,
certificateas tho "Goldachmklt Washington
>
State The inotluim was lout by yeas nays 103. We marriage
V CoMm.LI3mnNrAIuno! of the witnesses ___ as follow: /ArnXtv'ung itself a corn-m1t0 N'1
divorce said he JjP Thefirft volume of a History of the American notico Mr. CADELL'H name nppcanunong the yean as of Hamburg," her lord, as 21, on the day of the eeremony. year troubled because Iowa nnd Texas were
1 in the Forrest case was a c Wm Alsop' Mill (recently destroyed by fire) quite neighh0.

I lawyer by profession, but he left the bar bo- Revolution, by Gixi. UANCBOKT, isunnounce lby al/.u- published in time Southern )'reu. s he to IKS underM _ _ _ slipped 8,071,1000 feet in 35 vessels. gitimately represented 1 Have Dnioaat1 patkiiCe Iatt? ? ,

cause his father had some doubts as to the don publisher as toon to appear. The book is to lie of nxl us favoring the wove toorturatho Tariff c>f df Jonx S TuKASUta has beLL pardoned by tha M *ly A Uoulttr'a Mill shipped 1,851,000 feet in 21 things will i H-k right for ThrS.the
: and t.ye.-JacLont1lC
i intrinsic respoctabiUy of the profession.II1 tin\olunics, sad the whole are ncoly completed. 1810 i Queen of Spain. vese1s.

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SpiritofEd been less uuhnateJ during th!* pnft %wk i:> eons $100,000 SAVED Sale on fynJay, 1st of March, 1852.Sheriff's HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA. ) J. W KEYZS, M. D., Dentist,

tt&* i.lIlu 2 IX PEARL AWITAVT A>n IxsrrrTPR GKXI'S OrncE.2CA > located in Quiwy. Office Li Lu residencenpp ,-
of the ___
'jw* of the un 'ltlfd .tat.' nmrkit al>r4>niL STREET ANt FLETCHER Sale. HAS
rappm" err nsiomhh -I- SI JlhKT Janutmi 1452. J ite Mr. J. G. Gtmh'H
.cjiirittul 1 NEW
th& Ult lie late: ndvy-c from Jjrwjuinl JHJWNH! an ad\anee of YORK. Three stores and their
iLl W IgtanL Fliey j1ltk on our Cott & FW' ad" : Otiie$ Leon Cotnty.vher< in J. 15. P.ulls TT i Ls ordered that an election for Major General lit
thcd but thee listui) il condition of
(,* $,) bftlI iflflUIII.)1I tit1i of Eunqi.Ve] RICH'S SAFES AGAIN pkintitf atnl Fraieis Payne u fentlanr, I have lev- J. Division Florida Militia, beheld throitgliout said division Rowe's Celebrated] Prizfc Crusher. .

l r itjt fualoiont t"inJLu\thc "r1 quott Go Hl-Onlinan G.MK! *Middling.. C ((? C*CJ. (u. 7 ; MiJdliug, Cj ( CJ ; Eleven Safes of different, makers consumed, with oil upon anj veil exjx..,- fur sale before the Court on the 1st Monday in March next, to supply Y a #y'tcmritie u" of tlil Mill tan a Plantation;

; Itfai ofsasi* from their fpiriU. The their .ntents The Safe: made bv 1 Uch & Co. defied lowe d,H.r in theritr ,Tall\lui. r oil the fir't M 'u- the vacancy occasioned f y the resignation of Major B one hundred and fifty bui-tals of Corn at Iea't t t.k t.

f rJ Htl<<'J the flames and brought out its 'content* without a Liy in March, xv itliu I legal hours, the fyllowhijj drcribd General John Milton. The Ju.lges. of Prvbate each after all 'f Ac in
1'.rtffr1 How iften is it the that ( pa} ing expense ( croi-uing. ,) very
wW-1 ny case we neglect sJi mark of tire
r a 'ht them 1 I to will of election
upon ( pn'perty xvI : county in s-iid Division opitoirrt[ In.-i-cU fed Mules I l
>Top contauw thousand to or lorsc.s can >e wade wr aved. -
.: *?r,? ,{ t1t! Spirit to bave ongcr wound, bum, swelling or pain, in the vain hope that MR. GILBERT'S LETTER. One Four IIorsoAVagtjnn, in the several jireeinets in their county. Four hundred bushel calm lw made or sated in '

> pt1r1)11iIlg rr11"1"0111) it will be well enough in a day or two : instead of Four hundrt.ftrks! of Spoke Timber, more of loss Vy order of the (tovtniur anal Commander in Ch>t-C thousand by CTt1sItI1. cookinc, R/H/ feeding tu
THE MHE IX every
rfiK-vliw-< '"T'i! atl rbvbv FLETCHEIl AXD 1'EAUL KTnrfcT J5KW-TORK. Ouie lhoiittud fvt of Plank less 11 S. IIAYWARD,
more or
getting well they growworse, fester and bogs and stall cattle- all! of which fgunrant. .
L C1" nitrvtIk'u1v perhaps XEW-YOEK, December 20, 1 Si1. levied up.m ns the pn>jK rty of said ikfoiHlant, awl Adjutant and Inspector General. A Mill at the }Fouudfy tw6 ln
'r.c
auztI a : complete capa
Merit, mortification takes place, and the limb has to be be Sold to JS52.
am- Messrs. STF.Ar.vs & MAUVIX t j Satisfy hn.l writ of fieri f.u-'uis Tnnu.lry31. 4 5t
T1'1 tb'nhi ui.J ?um>*ors to C. lieu _ city Si CO. For MipenntrndiiK* its erection uu the
r'1'' t" th tyhe ( f Fpirit tlu-y niv ulhVTtre puted; when if a little of IL G. Fun-ell's Arabian it t Co., Xo. 140 Water otreet, NewVairkSiu w hen 1. IL T. BLGCKEl, Sherid Dr. 0." T."!tAXWZLL plantation ami guarantee, 10 extra. This Mill w ill

11thy'sItjtIet tUtI fn" 'Tt C 'umIuuitLt4I Liniment had been applied at the time of the accident the fire was consuming my plare of Business, Xo. 216, llv C. IL FISHEO, 1). S. TalIaiai's.e f the cnuli eight busliel of cars of uns'nucked corn \ 21.1 lodated irl >r
y Jamtarj- permanently
tlttt't: PtJiU. Lydi3 T'niiv.Ve it would have cured it immediately. See advertisement Pearl Street, 1 was nb-seut in ReusjiUer Couuty, testing 52. 4 5t HAS of < his profession. Office and! make a thorough mixture of tli* whole ma**.-

tIP vrtlIZ! dow cxauunaUtm ,; by all i a new cleaning apparatus ii connection with mvExcelsior For Sale. practicin residence| at Mr. crushes sheaf out*, hay, or A>ddor with cared corn-1
i C. C. store Flagg's.December
; Byrr ,
: over
: rtbt' priwIUCl1' .iue of IW.rfiM" v.bo. Tlira her, and, did not read the account until makes after brightninij a fair article of family nieaI.-
errnit 43
$ 13,1851.
I.' '"I writer uevei luvl I was fearful it was too late to save my book wluch A I'AIK <.f SLiteli: IIorsM and one Two will lat fifty years m constant toF >r further information

1)I1. .' ijjfj ut, aa> pnnlurti.iiw. yet, MARRIED. were placed! in otic of youi1 safes, purchased from Mr. Jc ..L 1. Hor ]huu'c. The H'>r'c* are aged &c. call oti the Editor of the Floridun t JournnL -

Dg1fls Venn? ovcrmUthw 1irnI1its in t1i' inet-urt. On the 20th ln< by the Rev. Miles Xnh, Mr. WM. Marvin M mc j ears ao. My fears were not tdlaycd _ five and six 4irs, gentle anti well broke.E.M.GARXETT. Flows, Plows, Tallahassee, win-re) circulars containing diagrams,

UI thi very pirit of II. VAX Hon\ of Tallahassee to Mks SAUAU A. AL14.x when I found it necessary upon my letuni to apply 3( PLOWS, Xo. 00, 15 Plows, A Xa 1 polMicif, with pecimens of the Mill's work can be had,or writu '-

; wiiintS from& Us i-iwt or uti. : of Leon County. the Croton Water 40 hour before I wa enabled! to January 31,1R3t. 4 if _., lodi*. da K>| 10 (It). do. 2 da to the patentee at Xa-shville, Tennessee.JannurT .

r il' 'vv commence ; after which it required fifty- 10 dr>. da 11| 3 dot Cotton Sweeps, 17 li52 JAMES
". oticraliniF ; ; m ROWR
i. t l 1 Jarful pin-i a p'" *o On the 12th: instby the Rev. Mr. Ardls in MadUnu ; Notice.IE .
:
t- four hours ol labor and application to rai %, ,I llBii ; ; v uf f Jarknebs ; the C.mnty. F'.a, Jons F Hir.i.s, E-n., i.f tho firm ..f 1U- creditow the tat of John Coeman! deera
from its a liy, lied\ You judge of Flow Points and Points to suit all the above Plow.\ Books Stationery Fancy Goods &c.
: : jiST&in.Avliiclihe: 1 groaned, ton .t JFiggs, TallahaRsi-o, to Miss L.Vi.zi WHITof may my Je f:4tbi : anxiety during this delay, and agreeable surprise Jut received! find for sale bv
.: J tbt' iuiht&1$ per- iirti) San Pedro, Fla.On my their ('ltil: hiMiig: expired, they will IN bnrreil if not .0 rpiir.stock anal interest r>f Me 'rs.Wm.
&
nA'11* gI.ai* all his tuh.NI opening the safe in the i presence of a numWr Of! January 17, 152. 2 HEIR RUST. r' '
,t T /Iaf ...>* $o IJ' that luumted presented witliii four weeks fn"m this d.ito. 4J( .1. Wihatin .fe Co., hare been ptircliased
tlio &am I.I1'W iliat it icqv ,
.. tdJtl Ifl : C VANS RAXDHLU Adn.V. I>v the f>uh>crilier, win will carry on th
r r'l "i' a ni.t tborr" WESTOV, i.f S. Uarol6a.! : to Mis* SAUAU F M ISIIKV: legible as the;, were previous to the lire. The in- January ?.1. I S.V2. 4 4t COTTON GINS business at tfie Old Staid. Large addition have

," of,f? iirtktt rarw' h wa"y viiat it tiins daugliter of CoL Joshua Mwel, all of Madron Couiitv teiise heat to \\liicli the Safe was subjected, can beconjectured "\T7"E, the undcrieen made to the Stock, and new goods will be constantly
Fla. from the condition of anotlur Safe, (not aSalamander. ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER !
:: aflPtiU and! will shortly bo ]>rej>ared to make a *>iptrf received. All orders for goods not in store u
of which iron skeleton rvrirtined
VbJuttiotI WithOUt ) an only : CHEAT:: Cllli: roil JrsI'J1'sIA >r article of CottonM*. Alw, to repair all Gui will be punctually filled ,

,;' 1** Hurt, WP "'M "T ". cuiiity Appointments of the Agent and not a ve'die{ of a lunik. They were etitliIUuiuu11 sent t tc, u<, at time shortest notice. A large supply of new nhd fnshonable nrn. ic U'xpected
Tt.iai, king in the office the second fLior Iron Di. Ji S. OU1TO'SJ ]
is same on ,
, 1-pMIPi.' h.e UUt Sti1k its equal m IUlliy Of ll by tilt jst of February, together with Vioin -
: which fell
of eartheni the
f 1 : > 3'iah Georgia. they upon crates ware in Inin a workmanlike manner, anal t<> give satisfaction.We *. (;Gnitar String*, tte.:
cellar the ruined safe
the If their
Salamander.
,
an11 rilltell vou beautiful tbings FtVy. 22. Tallaliawe) 7 o'cltKk P. M. ujxiii do itot intend to excelled ill the Wolkiuauhipior A IWk-Uindtr has )K-en employed. trln: will cxo-
(Presbyterian portion had been re\er-ed, not even a ,skeleton wouli!
.rfltoli. il1 iuiI telik r; b.th nootliing mid Church.) the quality of our Gin*. cute all work faithfully, and at reduced price a
I.thi have remained. My loss over the insurance I is >;1,'.H 10yet "
beart "We located eleven mile Xortl t of Talldhas'H'c. WM. R HAYWARD,
hiiiiiiii
>-rn
dwt-1.t ill 8 29.! Quincy, Florida. the salvation of IN oks ii Salamander, are
;jU.h- ,1-1 thi,. 1u11fl4i" March 7. Fwwltowu, I) icatur Counfv, Gooreia with the rejresfiitati\e.s my of { HKl.liltO: your, and imptrtantdocumentK near Ct'iitrevillo, on the mid leading from Hy B. ELLIS. Agent.
: 1 ? tcwluit was it 1Ii1- Tallahns to Tliomafvillc, where ve fully Tallnlut c ititt'iaati.w 10. ttriect
: ; JJiunbridge, (Jeot, 7 oVKk, P. M, (M. E. which could not be duplicated, has fully
urg8uiz2dil1 hat wn mvt Church. polirit the jiatrona e of the 1'Ir.nters in Florida and
thit 1itttltit ) compeiisiited me. Received this
'!l It1.' II1W'U IthIU 1tM4I impa v1jM'et4lII 11. Fort Games, llirlv* County, Georgia. It will afford me great plea ure to r\hiiiit the now J a.. ;f.t I the Southern portion of Georgia.D. X F-T1L3. WATER CRACKERS Morning, ,
WbIt II. A J. R SLATOX.
Ji ws
t p1tHhI, te 2L lilakely{ Safe Urciaful! f ami I it' t3
nurits
]) 4> xiiI. explain n my ;T. do. J.Btter do.
: : rocki, January 17, 185!. 2 ftm
1'S.! linker "
fI uI t AHmuy; present ofliiru, Xo. 231 Pearl street, where shall remain 5 do. Hard Tread,

: &V flU tI di eee3c cur- N. 15. I should like to meet the Auxiliary Societies uutil the new building. Xo. 21C is erected. Groceries, &c. 3 Firkins Dutttr for Family Use, _
in those
places wheio they c\i.-t, if they can so nrnce Yours
l itMinisters lesjK-ctfu'lv, received ret \Vruu IL rtttes, from New Or 1 Tierce lic .
JOrfKPH G. GILI5ERT.Tlio JUST
fili 5 15bK Crushed Sugar
The !;1' tiI4 preaching in tIn neighborhood of tl.o invite The Vine Dlfc tive fluid or Gastric! Juice 1l I ,
wndor.-iirneil merchants and
country 20' Footer Raisins .
Mid } ,
lllnis
62oO and Shoulders
( 0 th' f .rtii 11' paiw42.Ti1IDI ilxnc. metitixtied places, will omfer a fa\or by pub- other* interested in the preservation of thi-ir) l >oksfrotn >Rr.PAlRD! fromRENX'ET.orIhofourthST I (>M. CO poim.N barrels JJess Pork, 6 ]>.u>keL* Heid-Ick! Cliampngno,

wrut 1e Jiing! uy appohiunents from their pulpits. fire, (but particularly tliose bning Ku-li's mfes 1 ACI1 OF TUT. OX, atrer directions ot P.AIJOXLtKHIG 5 ca'-ks I Iam*, cttri-d 10 Sacks Java Coffee

1 11 L. T. 11LAKI-1 in u-n,) to call at flue depot 140 Water street. Xew ; ;, lhp rejt Ph\sioloeical rhiDii.t: bv_ J. S. 75:; barrels: extra stiijar add superfine, Flour 10 do. Rio (Ii). ,1

3' bid*1IUfl ..10ff t Alt"rira n 1>H If Sorir lif.C2T York, to M-e the interior if Mr. GillxTt's safe with HOFGI1TOX) D.'Philadelphia, Pa. 2U M AVhi-kev 5 IJbL Brown Sugar,(Porto Rico,}

1,,% ,. 1iUh.1rui : Sentinel and Albany Patriot please copy. the Ixtoki* inidistuilK'd. wb'eh lie lias kindly jMTtnittedto This i n u truly uonderful remedy t'r IXDIGF.-? K Lard. 8 Boxe Maccnnnii,

U.ii 1' titit*: t&4q1r1Itg, remain for tim sutifaction and gratification of the lioN, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, LIVF.R: OMPL. 2 Jig Homuir 10 do. Candle20 -,
AXOTIIKI SriExnnc VToxnun .;tNT, COlNSTlPATIOX and DKHILITY Curing ,
IHIJMH tanttH ])
''TU fcth; band'1ntw '- ,i iiptir.-lr. J. S oughtonV Pepsin, The True 'i- --T. Orders f-r Burglar Proof Vault*, and Vault alter Xaiuie's own method, by Xature's own Agent 5 Apple Orai: f,. 3 Bi.l*. Lircp Oil, &0,
'fli.it > i.u.I.r: Iiiiwls- e>tne Fluid, or Gastric Juice, piepared fniin litnuct ', iiromptlv and faitLfnllv ( X0'iitcti.STEARNS the Gastric Juice. 5 kegs OrfJien; Uutter, And for sale by J.UIK3: B. GAMBLE.

'v u'cadi'fl bAtefUlOf or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox. after directions .<: MARVIX, ((5: Haifa tea-poonful of PFPSIN, infused inva' 10 ln'xe< Cher'c15ER11Y -. Jatuiarv 3, 18.2.: S2

I ruHi th 4eajir.l1.w of llaron Liebig the great I Physiological Chemist [Succes-ors to ]Rich t C,.] ter, will (liurst or dissolve. Fire J'Miiuls of llounLCI A t KOWLE3 Auctioneers Ac.Jnrniarrl .

Ly J. S. Jloughkni, JL 1), Philidelphiu: : This is 1joVnter Ft-, and corner Avenue A and St. Marks f in a'lont taco hours, out uif the stomach. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.D. .

1v ni1 J4I 1." $aaum ,. trimly n wonderful remedy for Indigt- ion, Dy-jK-jvia, Place. New York. Ov.tiers of the exclusive right olRicliV I'EPSIX i" the chief clement, or Great Digestif- 0,1652. 1
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III u.t: 1Iiadeiiiug *41Uef Jaundice, Liver: : Complaint, Constipation. and Debility, Patent fir the whole of the United States, and Principle of the Gastric Juice-the trlctnt i>f the Sale;; on Monday 1st March I S52. E. HULL,

..tMi thiC MU! ( n? i aduWritliiug* curing; ajier naiure >. own mi-ujon, iy naiuivs own the only maker. of Salainand sivfi-- combining Wh j'uotI, I the Pmifyiiiff. Prestreins, ar.dAsent Srinulatiiir 0 FFEItS for ale a splendid assortment

tlwraViii gent, urn Gastric ,lw e. Pamphlet*, contaiuing wicutifirevi.k'iict patents commonly called Ru-nV Safi-s t>r WiLDta'sSiilamandiT of !!lii' Sloinarh and Intest irie. I It is extracted Sheriff's Sale. of Carriages and Ilusgies, at

sfl 41II IUJJ1 ? of it* value, furnished! % by jigeiits gratis. Safes with Ricli's jiatciit trorr tinDi i-Miie Stnmach of the Ox. thus f..rrnhsan virtue of two writs of fieri facias, i hioucil from prices to nit the times Al-o, in Jtofej
B
,1I See ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE( : FLUID rn-ri-e- Saddles lindab Martingale*. I Hanie raf all kinds
W'U.' notice among at1vertiaetiit.nt. February 7,1S52.: 5 Sin the ofiice of the- Clerk of the late Superior Court ;
IMWtI riqi 1 h likethe natural Gastric JUKc in its Chemical l
( f tM' ho.w *>th double and single.! Carriage Trimmings e>f all
f.r: the. County of Leon. Flonda. directed to all and
\ tirttt MUSW kS1U To$ lIlwP7g< r.n.nr ., ; -\v i: are jiu-Pted to announce Lieutenant W.CJ. Eatray."I c"r and turnishins a COMPLETE and PERFECT singular! the Marshal of the late Territory of Florida, kindt'prin' Axles, Bolfc anti in fact, every thing
the aid! tf this
tuy MJUSIITUTEfor it. Py preparation uaiuhlv kept in n store >f tbi kind.d .
MOSELEY candidate for General of <\ / A ME to the mat IXDIGFSTIOX anal tinned over t > me as SherirT t>F said"County, a*
as a Major < my jdr.ce on Sunday the pains and evils of and n'- at elicit nntrcer.
hear IMTlu 'Itepairs
) I lienr-I by statute* wherein I-apc %V. Mitchell! isplaintiif
: protidc-d ,
: ifVLILIU the Firi-t Di\i-ion Florida Militia, at the election ia /ijT\v> in January. a cream colored FILLY- DYSPEPSIA are removed, jnst as they would be by December 27, 1851. 51 tf 4
MW> II ni *v _LjZj_ some> white sj>oN in her fcce, with a black a !hf'ii'thv' Stomach. It is iJi'ir.s' : \voii Vrs for Dys. and Cosam Emir Bartktt U defendant, the

hut ic dewy tweet 4. 1dhing- litTer March next streak along her back. Tlie owner i is requested to ppptirs.ciiiinircasr nIJJEBJLITY. }:MACIATON! f.'Iiowingprnpertulyingaiu.1 bt-in? in the city of TalladiasMe H. G. FARRELL'S

U4re-up 3?" WE are requested to announce Col. WILLIAM come forward, prove ]irojx'rt\; pay charges and take XKHVOtN DKCLIXK:, and DYSPEPTIC: CON- vied in and the County of Leon, Florida, has l-en It- ENUINE Arabian! Liniment, is a *rt>st etrani.dinaty .
Thven. I her MATh I EuIV M. .Ie%LILY SUMPTION' be the the tqiori kept under levy us the property of
Thuk ,C.roat amt11Ait away supposed to on vc-rgreof IjT tnetlicine the truth of which U
I:. KILCREASE] t.f (Jatl den wild IJurtMt placed
< Omnty, ascandidnte ir which it is and will be C3rpo ed to sale, t.> .sali.-fy
t i CWii last u Febniary 7.1RS2. 5 Gad-den County, Fla. srave. The Scientific Evidence: upon beyond doubt by the vast sales of the article, and
for General of f the first Dhision Florida said execution*, at public outcry, I-fore the CourtHouse
I tm frti. 3Iajor !n ( d.isiri i the highest degree CURIOUS and RE- the
cures being daily performed bit
door in the city of TaL! 'ha cb the many which
on Monday
Militia, at the election on' the first Monday inilardi Lost or Stolen, MAKKAHLK.HAROX irevioiisly had resisted all other medicines and ha
'
(). t ;$ 0, t ;* fr-t day of March, 1&52, within legal hours to wit : I
JItXTIFW fl f7DJXCE !
i (
FINE edition of the lUHLE.h-.nd-'omel skill of the best physicians in the world. .
It i if
,4.i1q., next.TaUahassee pocket conosed -
(''I iJui; ur a..1 i4ar41I *; A LI LBIG in celebrated wr.rk on Ani- Lots know as lots iiumn-r I s7. ((1S7. and 1S,
liound with the of the uilpaeril. of balsams, extracts and
Xd1Z'i'g L&it! name r wuitttn and the Ea-t 4 of lot Xo. II ;) pntns peculiar ftArjb'ra
ml An Artificial lie'ive! ((1S8,) \W, ( A 1S ,)) jut the
0:1: tlie first l-lank leaf. A reward of two dollars willlie Chemi-try, 5a>s : -poi(' 9insr, in a concenfrofed form, all
Freca r 4'nrth intl s4u firetii, Frame, Sash, Door, and Shutter riven for its return. S. S. KNIh lIT. Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be readily original the!plan of said city, together with all and sn- their .tiniulatini;, AsnuVn?, penetrating{ uncufou
the mtmbrane of the stomach gular building*, improvements, riithfc, privulee4,
Iron mucous
prepare and revulsive
11h tix reUuuibU Factory. properties. the which
iu u n Fel.nurvl4. 1K.V2. C; tf same a e*
tiani treat 4l od ti rt1itr.Th1)U __ ol the Calf, in which variousarliclf* offi'id. a* and leasemeuta thereon s-itiuited or thereto in any wLebdasijii a o, were used by the Sons of the Deceit," with

ami me.1ruie Committed m"at and cpc',\vin be nofttned, c1angaI, aim'! tIs-- IL T. ULOCKER, SheritL such miraculou success, in curing the diseases of
1I Wi BOWEN in the mould It t't the January 31, 152. 4 5t <
hdju.ct tame manner an they both and beast.
Tl"0 Jail in Monticello, JifTerMm County, Fa. man
tit Knklrrlmrkcr .Vathie. Practical BuilJ'r and fnmifaeturcr of Jfacral! Q JL human ktvmarJt." Read sJicitlJ
tcfiicft
A on Monday, the 2oth January, a ne roman Trustee's Sale. thefvllowinifremarJtalfJe evrfg,
Dr. COMI'.E, in hir val-ir.ble wrilii.gs on the
The Maid of Dee. fur Jittild'r about 21 I 25 .f who of thermtlres place .
or ( ,
yiar age says .
4i "Phj'iolo2y of Digestict>, obtt-r\ed lhat a diminution BY virtue of l thin authority restetl in me in a cer G.
II. FARIJKLL'S
lii bi-i i 1O15Y! nd ARAWAN Ll UltXT
VNiIf.* fe1 to Gen. Allison
Se niht name belongs
1Mi1st ,th' admirabl*' %
of the due jnatnity of the Gastric Juice is a Deed of Trust, bearing date the 5th of
; April,
t \. i-auUJil iim-'w 7*<- -'/r4 (4 JIet'," (rota t1iet Mil for Sale. of Gadsden County. Said iigio lean is about 5 prominent and atl-prrvjiliiii cause of Dyspepsia ;" 1M.:;, from Coam Thuir- Bartlett nnd Far beyond any similar rtmnhj. .
t., iwu'iliiAit'fliL. -ko," of si girl \\\t\ h feet 5 or 6 i inches high-has no M-ible nmiks. His .. Washington About a year and a hall ago, a sweUin* appeared1
.
!
m>l crilwr offers for sale his Saw and Gri-t and he ataf.that" a distinguished rroft or ft medicine U>rtlett. (Ass'gijce of f Richard A. yLine.) to me as in wile's stomach
fr iiL..r E'.LttIt Ii 'tue w1 o 1Li" ,.:tiIp., ha'J THE (I-&IUT is requested to take li-m away and jmy all ny gradually increaiiig in size ) -
and 5oo acres of )Tine Laid, will timid-mi in London, who was fetcrely sfHictcd with) this Trustee for ortain jiqio) therein named and as until it became large fist
as a* ray and n that
> sore
.". '.ur. v a ,.I4f.i f\V *if 1hc tiJc, am4 fiun.I and C otid for cultivation, with ordinary dwelling hou charges. WILLIAM WEST, Jailer. complaint, finding cventhinz rUe tu fail, had reCfmise directed in said drt-J. for the pnrHH-.s| of performing she could not bear the least pressure upon it without

on i r nixliHiiirni. itiiHiiisr the tftakt1 uctf fur cii, \jug; in Gadsieu C nnitr, fourteen iuih- from TaLthaa&ii. !- January 31,1852. 4 tf to the Ga>tric Juice, obtained (Ircm lbe ffm- said trusts 1 will eipe to sib; tf the highest bid- giving her extreme pain. 1 got the advice cf

i-J., %'. Ivuur c.>ucj u>Mi, it to very o Uiking tiiui pie O i the It< ad 1.ahiiIg fi-eani Tullali.iM to Groceries &c.I achs tf _l\ing animals, u Inch proved compUtelyDr. der for ca-h, before the (Court Hou.sc door, in the city oar best duelers, and they differed in opinion about

in eju( ; )1diibidge. 0:1: the North fi.le of the OcJilockotieeliver. of Talhihassct1, on Monday the fir ft day 6f March it ; some said it was an Azue Cake nr Enlargement
.. luinlier that i tie be sol.! UST received per Win. R. Pettvs and IVesident (;ItUIAM. author of the famous ,r\-crk on 1S.2 within hour the !
i1 3ry.I:! n'nlill the 'itik tratneii All the oxn cut can legal following propertv. lying of the Spleen ; rme, that if waan Enlargement of
.\ I cul! i ttV! cattU*4uuae, without a iy (]1flJCUlt, F'aar any information: apply t from New Orleans) Ye table Diet," sa>s : ll is a remarkable fact in nnd ln-ing in the city of TaIIaLas, Leon County, the Ovaries ; and ethers said it was a Turner of the
and Extra Flour
Ai. I tali il>- c.tttl<-borne, to the suljeril tnt the j>Uux-, or if l by letter, direct 125 barrels" Fine Superfine, physiology, that'heMomachs of animals, macerated Honda, embracetl in said trust deed, to wit : Ovarit s, and could not be cured except by cutting it

!. : -- th..tii.. "1 J.te. to C'hiua Hill, Gaibden County, air to R. .1. Smalhvood, 25 l.eetifiediikt- in water, impart to the fluid the property < t f di sulving I.iti known ns lots number 187, (iSi,) anal 1P our. In thi* critical situation, I was persuaded

7'!. v -:, \hj.lvn wild Had Lai wfVi (earn, inljrid-e, (; m. JAM ES EXGL1S1I J 5, Lard uG various articles of food, and' ofcirecling a kindcfnrtififttil ((1.j) and the Eat i of Jot Xo. 180. (E. isujiui) the try II. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment upon it. and

all ul.tin; Veal February 21, lfe.: 2.! 7 ]a2IlItL Mkegs ca'ks IIam digestion; oflhtln ZI, NO" if/e diffuentfrontlic original plan of said city, together with all and stiu i- strange as it may appear upon the third application

Sugar-cured natuial digestine j>rvre.i. lar the building! improvement rights privileges, ;/'dx'emeiiis she bezan to improve, and has continued getting

Tu *] i ti'l. eidne *11) ltltJg l3ie Notice to Trespassers. 2 hi'neadprime "sugar, (;:.- Call on the Asierit, aiid pet a De crif live Circnl.tr tlwreon s-ituatedor thereto in any wi>e bc- better datly. until now she is as well as everenjofulg -

Aid Vr aii-l!
Aiid rour.ti uixl rnutid tiic auJ, T IICREHY forewarn all j ersonn from tre.pa.ingI 2 bbk K-.rd Oil, EVIDKXCK.similartn t the above, trgeiher with Reports CHARLES G ENGLISH, Tra.tee. feoria, JIarch 5, IS 19. D. M'CONXELL.

A- for a w could K-<'; _L uj*,n my land lying in Township 2, It-oige 4, withn 10 wick i Rio CofTfo.JIERRY rf REMARKA1ILE CURES, Iroin all parts of January 31. 12. 4 5t

Tiihliu!ui ;niLst came down, nod lil die laud, wmie four or Jive rwlc Xortli-we-t of iuincy, aI ;
And i utia LunitCUUK; L<:t hall pr individual who tre-ra'.s.eti fl'Ml it in any slwjx? orukjHHT. Dr. 1IOCG1ITONS PEPSIN has produced the mrst
"I'ii.' i it i h <-<-il. nr fifb fLtti8glalP.-. JKS&K: GRECJOHY. For Hire, marrrlloit* effects, in curing case.s of Dil'itily, ftna- MIDDLE CIRCUIT-IX LEON CIRCUIT COURT.Lillfur One woman has used jour Linitne.it with great : a
She had lost theuse of her
A tr>.. i fgd4J,1hair, February 21, 1852. 7 StNotice. \ NEGRO WOMAX for th<* balance; of the year. ciatioii, ,\\rrous ])tcline, and Iypiptie Consumption. fvrfrlMwrr Mt-rfrjtirjf en Land. ucces-the cords lees for three
ears, being contracted that her
I d-: u.l kir, i.V She is a good cook, Ac. To a good m.i-ter, die It i i. irnpo = iJie) to give the dfiails ofca'ea in William O. Ponder, bent much while so legs
were a standing is natural
as fur
: tinHt* 111 pe* will IK- hired cheap. Enquire of I). W. Gwynn, E-J., the limits oi this advertisement ; but authenticated r*.
the cf the while
position legs *itliur, and she could
p..ltuII vet that fair tins Office. 7 iso''. 5 hive been than unwell Fcncock. Admiri-trator of all and finular the
** eo or at February certificates given of tr.ore TWO
A LLcrwlitrtTR nn-1 legatee of, and persons enlitlci not lend them in (he least ; but bv the ueofli.. fi.Farrell's '
Atuuii st.k bee! piod and chattels Linilj and tenements of Howell
1L REMAKKAI5LE in
; (u HUXDRCD CURE Philadelphia ,
\. of the of Dr. Kobt-rt Arabian Liniment she is
to distributioti out estate Leon Circuit Court--In Equity. Moore decea-ed. now able to- walk
York and l 1lton slone. These ,
Ta-v rnu.-d h.-r i-i acrww the rullii f oa IL Harrison deceased. lat > of GaJ- len County, in the Xc.v were all with CdC, and has a straight limb. I have found ita
j Mosclev Administrator df ltni of Samuel and the not onl\ 3 Y virtue fif a Decree in Chancery in said cause
Tin1 Wm. I) non desperate ca e cures were
cnirl, notified their most excelUct remedy lot horse flesh also
fjaia to for
'Tabling itate of Florida, are hereby present J ; ,
rendered IIH
won-leffnl.! lint by Honor Wavles Ilaker
and
ed
decea Judge
Parkhill ,
rapid pcirmnent.
> ,
Tu cruel, 1iam claim demand- to the suWriber williin two every thing which rencir an external remedy.
'
huujjry
or years of said Court I will cafe
T W ,. r*. It is a great NEUVOUzi ANTIDOTE, and particnlailv expose for fur cn.-b. in front
CT-H lMJ4e j the iiia (ruin tins date, (ir the wiuic will be barred by the pro- of the Court Ib'te door
ttnd in
r.r Union Bunk of Florida. useful for ncy to Billions ill-order, Liver : the City nf Tullaliasct'e, '
till tj.i l h made maf1ruvided. Tic Opinion of an OW, Experienced and SnVnt'Jic
:ttim-n hear Iier al! 12w&eiu. OBtUvJiotncKIII vwions of the fitatutj- in sudi ca e -
Ftver and Aznor treated Fever on the first Monday in March nest within lezal
an order of the presiding Judge made at Complaint, badly hours Farrier.WA" .
j in o' Hue ELIZA IiE1L] L. HARRISUX 1: U'XDER
Executrix of 1 Will nd TesUine-nt on thai 5th ins-, 1 will tatTer at public and Aee, and the evil dIed cf Quinine, Mercury, the following described parcels or tracts of Land, lyinj AI>GTOX, IOWA, June 25' 1S49. '
4-t sale ln-fnrc the Court lbfl4"' ill TaUaha < f on the 15t5i j I and other drugs uptin I he Di es ive Ors.m, alter a ; in aid Count, to wit : From the
Moral speedy and both
Cosmetics. Gad* the the
T, .ttld Itavc JLirch next within legal hours, two negroes belongj j lone icknpss. excess m rating, and j 4, X AY 4 of theN man and beast, which vcur Arabian Liniment i ii

L'ti.' bii ht ynulinjU ft.atn'c Notice. ing t<> mid Ci.tltti. viz : IVggv and Elia-. Tt-rnisC.i-li. too free i>e of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Ai of Sec C, in T 2, R S.: X andOS'Alt E. performing, I da tot hesitate to pronounce it ho
% uuwiinklvd
I r'JUL d. % furIiea1, Also the W | of the X E 4""f See. :::'. in Town-hip Health with t Intnnjvtanrr.OLIt A. MYERS, "Great Keinedy of the A e." J have practiced; doctorinc .
A.g -i:iti. Ii' n id, LL creditor* and legate iaf, and rntilleiA. STOMACH COMPL.1LYTS.Tliere .
A Master in Chancery.
persons
2, Ranire 2, X and E, containing: rJg'ity acres, more or horefur these fv enty years and have tiled a
Aiipt tii! jilau: lo distribution OUt of. the c'.ttte of Latmwe. it no IWn cf OLD STOMACH COM January 24. lPr.2. 3 7t
iSlniakr in h-ss. Terms, for the land, one third cash, and balance all the various liniments, ointments, &.C., so much
climate torrid Gadsdeii in the Sfc.te which it does not to reach and
LUI M., dwceaM-il. late of County PLAINTS s em remove
twelve moiitlis with interest. I'urehasci-s to puffed in the but 1
n\ pay must that II. G.
papers
np; ; say
A State of
liui.ol Florida.
claims Xo bow
their rintter had
luau.y"uth (4 f Flfiri-la. are hereby notified to | -ex-nt at once. they may be.itGIV
for Muster's title.s. Fdrrell Arabian Liniment exceiif* that I a
Iuzuri.n ti4; g. demand t'i the mWriber) WitJiin two year,' from EXJ. F. WHITXER.Mastt t KS1NSTANT I I ELI EF! .1 ulntfe ilvse removes Benjamin Mc in, Appellant, made ue of. By its u'e, I have cured any Sweeny ever and

LIwIe3b g4 Ou date, or the same willm\ baiT -
tjuit4, ; t f IJie tlatute in such ra- wn1 made mid provided. Ftbroary 7. 1R52. ', ts repeated lor a short time to make theu' tood Pt'ectpermanent. Thomas Taylor, Philip Sawyer, and James Pilot, Ap- rable, and I have cured more than filty horses thU

j JOSEPH) I R. LIXES, Adm'r. c.--: 1'uVcJiasers at thf former Kile of lands of this PURITfOF IILOOD. AND VIGOR OFIJODY lwLltes_ ..ea'in with your Liniment, embracing every shadaft
Gadwlen C. IX lVbrury 21 I, ] S. 7 i Rt follow at onre. If is particularly excellent iii: Appellants! Thonuis and
; l3at, estate wholuive not psuJ up the M-co-id in-itnlment, T Taylor PiiiTip Saw- di"cac (from scratches and bruises up to Spavin,*
in Nausea, Voraitir.ff: Cramjis-, Soreneof
t dvey. will take notice that their lands are subject to resale case yrr, arc 1q..tjtiotifleil of the pendency of an Rinsr-Rfne and Sweeny. I can also Lear testimony

Notice. at the above time and place. ]it. F. W., M. in C. the pit of the Stomach, di-orrss alter eating, low, appeal in tho Supreme Court of the State from a decree of its good effects on the human system. I was con

iut; 'ne34, plem3re rpnillTYdays after th<- first jniljlicatioin.f this! cold Male ( fthe t Riood, tleavinecs, Lowness of Spirits of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, ttimis- fined nearly all last winter to my room with Rheumatism

'U Gudi: 4ifstr't thwp, J. notice, I will apply ti> the I Honorable! J. WaylcsIlaktT. Notice. Despondency Stiicide Emaciition,&. Weakness, Icndetcv Hiif the fruit in Chancery, of the Complaiiiant, Benja- and could get nothing to help me, until I
.c.Dr.
'le WUtk-4lQt iiiire : Judge; of the Circuit Court fr the Middle Circuit months from date, the undersigned. Adminis Insanity. HOUSTON'S, IT.ISIN, is sold hy all loin Mepin, instituted to subject certain lots in the city commenced the use pf( jour Liniment, which entirely

I, th tle nitM $t11a*, of Florida' nt the Court Hou-e in Tallahaw, for SIX k the dealers s Popular ; ,
t'hje Lu II1cL'WCI7 jienniss'mn to sell the following rerd rstat lielotigmg deceased!, late of wiid County, will present his 1hmushout tie United States. It ii prepared in trial of the ca'e will l>c in.-i-.ted t>n rtt the next term

to the estate of John C. Raw Is dec<-aed, to wit : account nnd vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate and in F'luidftirui-and in Piescriptiou vials of the Supremo Court, to be held at Tampa on the Sun Pain .f ten rears standing cirrcd by II. G.-

Lift tL1 'late. tLi i the fekrne, Two hundred acres of Land, lying and being in for Gadsden Count, and ask to be discharged for povviit th n'-e ol Physicians. first Moudny in March next t'arrelF Arabian Linimtnt.

7 Wt..14,4 Gadsden County. therefrom ALEX.AXDER I E. ( II EG OIV. pin VATE CIRCULARS for She u'e of Physicians, THOMAS F. KIXG. Mr. II. G FAHRELL-Dear Sir :-I had been af
1d ELIZABETH RAWLS Adm'x. : C Cm Solicitor fair Appellant flicted with the Siuu, Pain" for the last ten
h4 %flj'rduwce, February 7.1852. may he obtained cf iJr. Hnuuliton or his Agents, dcscriliing years;
January 24, 1852. 3 i 7t and could relief
Vkat. 7 fit get never get except bv bleeding -
Lut biia February 21, 1M2. the whole arncess rf preparation, and giving -
Notice. but by the use of H. G. Farrell's
ith Arabian Liniment!
eahu dcf1a authorities which the claims of this
the upon Notice.MR.
'ljuit., ice Dissolution. weeks after date, I diall apply to the Hon. applied over the temples about three or four limes
t.A are bad. As it i is NOT A SECRET
FOUR remedy .
new K.
M. LONG
of Probate for Leon County for nn order ] Iiavrnjf returned to Florida, a day, it was entirely removed, and 1 have felt
er York T partnerdij heretofore ('xi-ling between Solomon to cell no innrli of the real estate of the late J. G. RF.MCDY, no objection can be rait-d against its u-obv prepared to instruct, fair a few weeks, all who of it sine. I went into the stable one ntjht nothing
ill ina and ,
Cotton Karket.lt Lnvi and! Wolf! under the ofLcvi Physicians rc.pectabe slan regularp'racli'ce. desire
T Lyon name Padrick a* will sati-fy the debt" of said e.tatu.H. may a knowledge of the System of Medicinal to apply it to a horse's sore leg, and being lame
J'.4 1"" 11 fr OcA and Wolf is tlis] day! distil veil by mutual con- Price, O\K DOLLARper holtle.fjrjonSF.RVETUIS Practice introduced him into very
I *'di'j Vt- 4lulJtatiI.flI T. BLOCKER, Adm'r. df t-onis non. } Ever bottle of the by parts of Leon County stumbled and Ml against my l lags, crn hin" and
I *4ii 1134.: '' Middling! UJIUUK!* $It <* i M-nt Solomim Levi alone u authoria-d to mlh-rt the February ?. 1S52. fi ft ( : eenu- last summer. This system has more than fulfilled bruzin? them so badly teat they turned as black

8iUl* of LIj*: w,.,L wei e 20.01W bales. debts due aid firm. SOLOMOX) LEVI, inc PEPSIN bearsthe writtei signature ofj S. the expectation of those who have already receiver! > hat, rendering t hem pow c rbs.. I asro
U' JIOUGIITON M. I ., sole projrietor applied your
Philadelphia
,
LYON WOLMonticello ?\ Notice. it. 1ti0el! the strictest
scientific Liniment
upon principles it offors and well
was enough in a few days f'opo
The Great Southern Mail. Fa, February 3 8. [21!I ] 1 '52. 7 4t* rpIIE undersigned liaving lioen appointed Admhis- PaCopyriiiht- Sold by al!aid Druggists Trade Mark and jecured.J Dealers. 5n Mcdcities. in the simplest form, the gentlest and most efficacious aboi't again as usual. I also crushed mj finger in a -

ipGT0i. 'b' 1Sl 'I. M.-Arrangctiitii1 frexitit Jtrator d (>otii* non on the estate of J. G. Padrick, : remedies yet known to medicine. sWkins inanner.by letting a back log tall upon it ;

th. Siuhl>ru Mail were c3ueh lit the n an away ,ceased, of Leon County, hereby gives notice to all LEWIS &. AMES, 1'ersoiw (leslrmg the 1'iactice. by Icavm? thc'rnami jour Liniment soon healed it up, though.

tiiS t4rdjiv, ujj vill conuucuce "U the I t TT ROM tho subscriU-r on the 2J instant, mv I iM-ft-oiix having demands agiinst wild estate to piesent Wholesale and Retail Agents. and address at the store of Mr. E. Banuird, Jr., JOHN JJ. WGEEi

aP r iMylHLLARD] about 22! years old.fi- hem[ within the time prescriU'dby law, or this notice February '7, IS52 5 lygUOBEWARD. will be promptly attended to. La Salle precinct, Peoria co.,111., Feb. 6, 1549..

*AliTnB feet 4 or 5 inches high, dark comjdexion, anti will Iw ]ilejid in bar of their recovery ; and all persons January 17, 1852. 2 tf [Sentinel tf

thai i"N IUt. Fu>llll,* COAST.-The numVr of I, quick spoken. He i is up] o Hl to lw in theneighborhiaiod indebted to wild estate, lire requested to make To guard against Imposition, read the follovin'g.earffully. .

': 4-n.irt f bct ''" on this o.wist, and put of !Sjirinifwool. Any JHTWIII aj>preheuding immediate pnyim-iit. I 1. '1'. liLOCKEK.; I'roclamatiun b( 'Jlmmax lirou t Governor of Carolina House, Quincy, Florida. .

': r1 a, ";>' W't In distress during the > ear | said uegro, will be libx-mlly rewarded. February 7.1852..r i 8t Adm'r. df I,',M* 1100. Florida."IT'linHEAS 3r_ C* oniJOM) & STARVES The Public are particularly! cautioned again a

*'<* *'SK' 'I'hJ! Hlu" Ufprojk.rty > ll,5iMJ:: ;- SOLOMON SI LLS. __d4" it lei* lied mad known to ; .:. ;i. fully inrorni the that respect base connterfeit which has lately made its appear -
public
: wiI (1pew4.i4 1,233 ;1 total :imuuutTlie February 21. 1852. 7 tf Salt. fc.. 5 tue hat a niurder was rei-ently committeil : : : : K S have purcha.- the above Ktabli-hment they ance, and is called by the Impostor who makes it

Sii: trHjiM. e1r1i&, iiumlxx of TUST received, 500 sacks Salt, by ?, in tlie county Santa Rosa, in this d and will W. B. Farrell's Arabian L'niment." This is a '

,i ahic '. ai fl.1u of projierty 92'2ihSl *,- Committed to Jail, iJ IXXewjMirVJanuary LAID. State.'liv ono WILLIAM lA"l' the IxKly of the comi.jrt of their spare no The.r pains table to contribute to dangerous fraud and more liable to deceive from hi*

G'* ; fijMises 27.Ifl: total (' TXJ. mit'tot-llo, JciTT'on county, Florida,on Mori :n, 1852. 4 tf John Wilson : And wbewie, said D.uis Laij fled, and supplied with the best guests that can lie will and be their well bearing the name of Farrell. Therefore be particu-

''ti44e tj Peiiou aijd> exteuM- fur 1851U i i 35,775, 5 day, the 2d iiu-t a negro buy i1iotit l < IS or 20 Kale on Monday 1st 1 day of March, I8i>2. i is now a fugitive, from juttice: bar always provided with choice \\ijrocureil.ines, Liquors am larnoercall dealers lot it by the name "Fairell's," for
vear. BROWN Governor of the unprincipled vt ill impose this mixture
WILLIS and 2\ow therefore THOIXS spurious
f who bis; ,
years > HJJO. hav* name Cigars. They respectfully n.k a continuance cf
"W Sheriff's Sale. of Fkwl-1, lAr nrt'e of the authority vested in the anon jou for the genuine, but alwaps ask for
R LM1'Ig' to Mr. Ben. Ch.tirei, of Leon County, Fla- State patronage heretofore extended to the Hou I
4ufth* I. lite Washington correfpon.Sun Said iH'trro l iway i* aWt 6 fet 4 or 5 iiwbos high-has >Y virtue of two writs of lien facias, is ued from the me by law do hereby ollr a reward of One Hundred C. GODI50LD e. H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment" and lak- no other,

R1 nave: uo visible nuukft. His owner i is quitd to comply i.ffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court f-r the Dollar for the apprclioiiion of the said William Davis G. W. STARXES, as the genuine always has the letters II. C. before ,

::hhIit, alkt'*>. after all the t.2111 in the with tb! lawj aud take him awav.WILLLVM. C I *>m li* entire of loan Jailer. W. of Santa Rosa. per. glass bottle :_
*(- | failure obtaiuing a WEST, Smallwood (fc CHI. and George Caqn-nter filain- "
rd ,: ititliroad of Illiu
azkl two-tii.ds will for wile at public outcry of about 5 f t high of heavy build, daikcrinplexi Agents wanted in every town, village and hamlet
more 41U a wmtingtwy.llc levied ujion, and cxj o$e years age BY MILLER AND
(( BROKAW in the United States in which is
anie. So lliw got the u lf"!e "fiiivebtmeut Committed before the Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee !- Jt Taltahatxef Apply by letter to H. G. Farrell '
Horida. Peoria !
MLlu Illinoi
ii and ,
hit' hest that llritishof the first in Marcli K>2, within hazle, and large
(1y on Monday ,
the Jail Tzdbihiaee
of Leon or with refetence
at ,
County good to character
Ii.-, :.uI.I lufl tua.Ie. ,.. TO 12th inxtaut whfNiys legal hours, the right and equity of redemption of the t4'stuninyIhIerenf, I have hereunto set := 2 91llEsuhscribers Live received a large &,. as responsibility,
1 g.tthig th kilo Thursday, a negro man land to wit my liand ad l caused to be affixed the ct't J. supply of CARRIAOEg TJUG.GIES .
? ith f'rtifiatkn England : & said defe.nila.nt in and! to the following : >
his is MOSES and that he belongs Callonlheasent who will
aame
':.. ) furnish
S of free of charge ,
.Jofthe Florida
lo be riidy for a French invuoti.t to Roddeoj Parainore of Madison Ominty, Flonda. The S 4 of Sec 15, N E 4 Sec 22, E \ of X W 4 of [SEAL] Great < State at AND HARXESS, which they a book containing much valuable information
offer for salt for
Said negro i is about fi feet 5 inches high, brown com Sec 22.! E A S E } Sec 22!!, E } X K 4 Sec 27, W 4 XW theCapiMuTalLihassee.thuSCthdayof on the most reasonable terms All persons every class of citizens. '
e ?0ciety Sec 2C W i S W 4 Sec 23. W i X W J Sec 23, Januaryji. I). I 85t wLxhing to purchase any of the above article, Price a
Meeting.-The Fourth An- plexion. considerably Ixjw-legged, find has a very that i ; THOMAS DROWN. will please call and examine for themselves.! -25 cents 50 cents, andt[ per bottle. '.'

'ill .ofj 10 "}'loi ida "Me Society," forehtwd, with budiy hikers and ir.iHi.stachcn. The SofW i SWSec14SW4Sec27a11inT -, Governor of Florida.Br December 13. 1851. 49) tfUNION The only genuine i is manufactured( by H. G. Farrell

Ie the elyterian Church, in Talhihaa- owner is requested to come forward, prove projxrty 2, R 2, N A E, containing 1,060 acres. Attest sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale -

kciuir Intint, at 7 o'clouk' P. M. Th pub- pay diarges and take him way, or he will be deal Levied iipfni a* the property of wiid defendant, and L .. the Governor C.-W. DOTIXG.Secreiy frutstNo.? 17 Main street, Peoria, 111., and for a

., ally lrellivit! ll. wtd the member, of the &-- with as the law directs. to be told to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. of State. BANK MONEY for *do bv sale wholesale and retail at proprietor's price* by
P-rUcuLrly n iucUs.L lo I I.e in H. T. BLOCKER ShcriH FORWARD & TOWLE. a
LEWIS
attpndance. JJ.. T. HLOCKER, Slaci'htFcLiy .t AME5. Agent
31 l&Z12. 4 6t ::3 1832.
; A. MYE1W, &crettry. It, 1852. 0 tf January SI, J852, 4 St January January 52 4teov December 57, 1S5!. St 3a'rP0

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FORWARD & NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING f ciL bvtrtt1flCl1t3 SAMUEL HOYT& CO
: Towlc 5t Myers, At Chambers. TOWLE, GENERAL COMMs

receivinga new and Pttition io Fvrrflotc !'orfqig'. Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancery, and ix TflE MERC4ANp
HAVHon: luml.anJ ate now "T'IIF. sub'criler i ja now receivincr a Large splendid In Chancery. tTix r.ui

4 *. oitment of GOODS, coinisliugol Samuel Carroll!, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I !ortmentof Fall and A> Inter 1:1: adynwdcC'lothJnc.coivistinj MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- Every Dczcr1pt1c of Agricjft ,
Gold Lever Hantiing Watches, in of CLOTH CLOAKS. 1'!
rt. : part
COURT.
I CIRCUIT IVJ)
WM. A. FORWARD IIMOX DEN
I '. Gold Anchor Lever do William R rorry.TT Towu. OVER COATS of different,, deeription-s Black and JLtcJIfAjyA
t
; ; Silver Lever limiting do app iriru to the oa&focti'ii the Court, from /XT/ of St. A I Htutinc, Brown Drew and Frock Coats; Cloth Ca iniere, Sarah G. Tillman and Jane Tillinan, Complainants, .ISO, Gcoreia and French Enrr

: Stiver Anchor Lever do, i afiidavit: of petitioner, that William R, Perry re- OctobiT4,1851. Tweed, Satinctt an.l! Blanket, SACK and other BUSINESS r'. L: sopu. Colagen, CulLn az4 BOhii '
y f ? Lapineand common do sides beyond the limit cf the State (-f Florida : COATS ; Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed and Sat Thomas S Snell, William C. Snell), Julia F. C.j- Also! every kind ,,f Prod,,,. :\Erth aiez tflt},_

: Gentlem>, and Ladies Bo omPin, ,a central as- // ii brd< /"niat the sail William R. Ferry awl- A. E. MAXWELL. jr. P. r&FT inctt PANTS ; VT.STS of all qualities and *style moods, Sns.ii J. Little, and Jenette V. G. Donald ot! CA4li, Paid fa We.1, IH
: i 5 iirtmentof Ear and Firmer RingGold GuaiJs and all other p'-r-on inUreste l in a certain mortgage ol MAXWELL & FAPY, All of which have Ix-cn man'ifiictured from the latest son, Executrix ol the last will and testament B. k urs.
Samuel
.,. L Je'y i. Toband Vest Chains, Seal*, Gold and Sil\ei real proivrtv in the town of Montici-llo.[ (to wit : an ATTORNEYS AND COUXSELLOIlS ATTALLAHASSEE LAW, and most doirable matcnuls of workmanship *uperifir Robert L. Edmonds, deceased, arid ae loin SAMUEL HOTT.Mewa. ILUIPTON
Administrator
Gold Pcn Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold Smth W and lea f.v-liinnable. All of which Love.Sherit! and ex officio
: -. Pencil undivided half of the We-t 4 of the M Jvf ( sty rao.-t Snell d ceaed.IT .
p 4.t,.,, Sleeve, Collar and Bosom Ballon*, Silver, Pearl!, and Si-ction :$0$ in Township 2, North of Range 0 E.i-t,) FL3KIDA.Ftbnwry will be offered for sale at a small! advance on the cost, non of the estate ot Susan S.of the,Cmrt< that ZFattC 5

.. Shell Card Caa, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine made by &.i'J Perry to one (Jeorjjc W. Gelrcr to secure 8,1851. 5 at the AVic Cash Clot/tiny More. William appearing C. Snell.to the one satisfaction of the above named Defendants Ai>ra '1 Fan, Siher and ItufTila Combs. the payment of f a note for *4SS (>0. an.l by fall W. T. MITCHELL thisState.andin I. FBASRLI.X ,fc IaATLzy ..

:t A1o, French) Mantle Clocks, Table Knive, Teflick" Gelzcr as-i.ncL i, to plaintiff appear anil! plead to the CHARLES VV. DOWNING, November 1. 1R.1.; 4Z tf the State, resi of
n Trays, Plated antiSiher Vae% Silcr Ttte and Te3 came according to law, crthcrwiac] the same frlwll lw ATTORNEY AND COUXSELI/R AT LAW, u reside S. SWIFT. Dismow & Co
another of said Defendants, supposed to
,I 1oon' liatt'ti ooni Fork', Cram and Scup La. taken fro fonfftno anii them : Tallahassee Florida.C Tax Collector's Sale. the limits of this State, and the United Wx. P. Matt A Coj Xe'w
: -' dies, T'Jattd Wmiters, do.Tea Sek, Cators, CanJc.! r-rori-lfJ, 1liat this Order ba publi-Jied in seine virtue of the power tested in me bj law, I beyond \\hosereside-nccis j unknown Rr c, r* Nocns. M.ue 7n
States but : :( it
and Gilt Girambles.Al : ? Ofiicc at the Capitol.March BY C 0
Silver
S4ar l Lamps, public iiewi'jxnjK.'r ui TolLdjaseee at loatt once a week : expose !lit ale belore the Court Heine at That the-aid William C. F. It. Ijei, Esq.
) tfW. / is Onltrttt, er f
U / thrrffure
.. Gau Shot aid Game 15, 1 51. .
Oo-ihleharieiled! 1Y .
? o.finf f.r four months. Quincy, in the County of (;JmNden, on the second Sncll appear and plead answer or demur to I he Bill &. .-. r iC'0M5 r' r..q., dri
flags, and I"Iay.c.1ine pocket Kr't'. Porte Ifor.aiev! J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Monday in May nest, I the fullouinj desci shed property entitled Septemtr6bt. 35
in the above
4 aud G. Jl. DAVIS, of Complaint: tiled cause on or tI
Razor
Port Folios, Violins: Claronels, Flu'cs Cue
$ Df remlier fi, 1P31. 4S 4m or so much thereof a* will ;>ay the T.i\csilue before Ihe first Momla> in March next, and the said!
?, Streps, &c. ATTOUNT.Y: AT LAW, thereon from the year 1S14 to 1S"I inclusive, and Thomas S. SucH within the period of nine month Tax Collector's SaleT

: Et".tqiiiliand: general a sor'rsM-of Pcrfnmrrv. In Chancery.In taken up his; nbod** at TthIahiassee, and wil the ecesviry: expense thereon.to wit : from the il.itc of the publication of this Order, or TY virtue of the
&c., &e TOWL1: & MYEIJ: I HAS the Co-nN of the Middle District Forty acres of Lind in Gad tlen County, belonsrinjto po-Aer vested m m/br .
the Circuit Court of the State of Florida in lh.- aid Bill will be taken j>r-t tnnjenso against i) shall for
bI DOCfflC1t.<
: & Smith t Dihvorthrx. tIarcli 9, i'-'O. Cretk. I iurr.ti 1 1 O. AlcLKAN' Order be made in some newspaper published in this Monday in April of G-.d-d.-u., ,, *
f.'r Quincy Male Female Academy. < Tax Collector for GacJsiIen next, the tiih!!,, ,,{ &
County Circuit. 10th October, l lll. r
much
J next ftsvsr* vill' fommcnce on MONDAY A. LONG &, J. P. 1L SAVAGE Novsrnhcrc,1S31.J 41 t Cm BAKER pvrtyiirie therecf a will pav
J. WAYLES Judge, &c.
THE Dari-1 E M. Scott. County Tax due thereon for
; 5th of JANUARY Is52. The School, FT VVIXfJ aeinted t\em--lv t the the vear }js'
day : .r purpoeo olI A t true -A11 est,
t' Bll interest of copy
to fnhjoct Defendant of the inctthnt
a neres-ary
luring the t'yoar. has been in a highly flourishing one J- Law v.11! give attentivn Clothiz expenses thereto, t fo ?? '
pit: jiracticinjj i>rjmj-t tt g- R C. LESTER CItik.
heir of Six hundred and
A. B. C. Scoit ed to the
3 3I condition. It i the olde Institution of the kind iu < eceo> payment lily bn-ine t-ntru-ted ief't'j iiint duo Creekpurport.r.tobeon.
acc<' Complaiinnt !
: the State having been for nine yearn raider the clnrgeof July 2rt.; P151. 20 i tf meat of Cloths, Ca eimerc- and Vestings, wl.icli r L.t G
this! it to the iti f.ict5on( of the s'b much thereof will
as
eatiM1. appearing the
pa 'f'i
: is: present Principal; during which time tin-re lwl I IN' the .oub-criVr i< prcpr.red to manufacture in the mot In Chancery.
.nrt that D.nid Iv M. Scott dix- n-iile in tin-
nut HUGH
I* I' r l Lecn a sternly annual increase in the number of Students. Law Firm. approved -tyle, and on the no-.t reasonable! terms. LEON CIRCUIT COURT. f>
State of Florida but Iu lied to unknown but Tax Collector
,
for
i Mis AMANDA A. 1N ). -whose able man- part (!t ntl -nin in want of a lejniLr awl l Iaonable outfit asen
.J .14 will
in
a has hot out of the United State : BEARD i BUErAUD prartice co-partnrr Edward F. ilcDermrnd, Corojil't' > October If. 1-51. MB ,,., :
Female will dn well
L tlie
call
of Department given to
; agemenl very nil the (Court of the Riddle Circuit upon
/ M tJfrrfiirr Ordered Tut! sail 1 David E. M. e..tt oJFloi r*. > Bill fur Divorce.
general fattraction, and secured to her the reputation Novembc-rS, 1831. 41 A. B. CLARKE.
md 1 demur to said Bill -ida. Oi'ice b Tallahai< Deft ) Tax Collector
appear : answer, plea or on 4 T Mary Ann MrDenr.fnd. Sai
of a *ucceful an 1 accomplished teacher will continue : tce.JOIIX
,r'; in cliarge of' this Department and be a Mtedby before the (irt Monday in April next, or that the BEARD, Bounty Lands and Pensions.KtrifMisnedInvir.fnTidearranj I ip"r-armg to the satisfaction of the Court that Y virtue cf the power vested in ne ..
.., Kimo will IK taken for confessed as to him, nail set T. W. BIIEVAHD.bninry I, Mary Ann MeD rnu-nd. the Defendant in the aliove shall: cxpnw f.TjIe, before t tLo! ** '
her two timers, Mi-s ULIA and Mi-s ADA) ENO. H I: : < ir.entswith OID v
down f<-r hearing rjr : F 1. ICjVU 4 tf re-idf the limits of the State <>f Florida Quincj in the *'*"
jtnrtc cause, beyond Ci.nntv of Gti.,1; ,, ,
The two Departments are so nrranTed that both will a convirtent: and evpericnced Aftent iu I lie Cil> n ,
J'rin-iilf'l, Tluit this Order l lie> published fur four o that the ondmnary f.roccss of law cannot be Monday! of April nexf/the follow ii .- *
Jy receive the benefit of the eujKrvuiuu anil iiitructionif SiUITH & O'BRIEN of Vashitn..n, and bein now provided with the i)"
,
: tim Principal ; but the nm-t of hi< attention will month( weekly in some neWFpiHT| published in TalIjkistcc apprised .ind rFqn-ite form", will attend to I lie cot- served nron her: pertv.ci !"> ranch thereof as t ,ffl i| p ,e lh, ;.
,
lie given to tlie Male Department. He will Ijo as tirioTto the ..ltd ftr t M',tnlav in April next Attorneys and Counsellors at law, lertnui ft CI-iiiRi: t by po. rrs of attorney for Houtilv // tit tirrff. OrdfrfJ That a hearing l>e had! iathi County Tax due thereon for the tt-.r i :,,

:' P.btt4d by Mr. JAMES: M. DOBY ami such other As- J. WAYLES F.AKE! Judge.A ALLIGATOU, E. }FLA. Land, Pension-, and Claim* ff r Loweand Scrvi'ces cause at the Spring Term, 152, of sail Court: necr-siry expense incident thin.,1 t i,, Bl(
: Mutants"as the number of student* require. Iheraatages true copy-Attest : urrn the ITniied: Stale Government.Oih'cirs ProriJtd, Tills Order tie pnKfc-heil in one f>f the The wholw of what i is called K..rh. p
: may C. G. FIFE Clerk.DcccmlierC M. WHIT SMITH M. OT.uiEV, in the rf Tall.'diasee for the lyins in Gattdea! ,
j newspapers printed City County, r Qp) n;
Sdioot is 1woviijed sith a Lilwarc.an txt'nsvu Chem. and -xildiers of the tsar ot l 1 1'1 1'3. rr ofanjof m-r t'r r ;
0 1B.1I. 4S 4m Oilier at Alligator. | Ofl'.oc at Xeirmville.Kefi of three months to the 8r't day of the Tax aforc. ai boandrd *
previous pay !, ,1
the Iri'liau inre spaci. t on
leal, Iilonphica1. ind Mithenatieal Aparatus, anti uar- < lI'.iO, arttItitTr: () to oiiri- re hHI, ,
r r to Ci)!. S. S. zmt.EY. Sav.iiinah .hije THOMAS Landi saul T rm. J. WAYLES: BAKER. Judge. Okl< -kiee Ki-.tr.aiul on lite WPSI bv
: %&bLIJIC Cditwt of Mincr.L afTr'Iii suxiltir; a.l. Iv nudir the late Act nf Coti' 9 a-4 to Students i-i Science, and greatly facilitating In Chancery.In I D wnL.e', JackMinvilIc ; Col. J. I'AINE, Ooola. vici"; renlerd, a moderate comprnsatirn will be 2uth Dvc'r. 1851. A true eonv-Attest : icuKi River. HUGH; I o MtLEHX**

?. their progres. Surveying i taught with the the Circuit Court of the State of Florida (h-tobir 4, \l43.\ :: > c1-a-ze.I. IIIozIdetivery oi the warrant or the amount OSCAR A. 31YERS, Cle-rt. Tax Collector foe Gad.l( + V .

diain ami C..mjja-s, and Mi-nMimtioa bv actual mea held in and lor the County of Jefferson.B. Boots and Shoes. collected. ]). P. HOG;!UK.G. }:. December CO, 1851.: 54)TaxCollector's Urn October-1MS.V.! 4) -

surement. Agr.etiltunil Chemistry will receive cpcvial \ T.iylor, \V. HUTCH INS.
l attention. The Students of lutth Dernrtmrntftore PR. JUST I reedvod. a fine at-v,rtint-nt ri March 29.t isr l. ]o jf Sale. Tax Collector's SaleT

,;* admitted to ihe. manipulations of the LaWatory T.i\ME. M. Scott I i'lii-s Black ami Colored Ln .ting Gaiter1', I virtue of authority in me by law ve tcd. I have BY virfne ct the pr-wer %ested] j,? me\, '

: and allowed t ireetioa Teacliif. The if in I Et1LiIItl: Its! I flti.kirii, Court I lonp door in the of Tallahassee tie Qnipry, in the Comity of Garden. -
: of tlw cours < *tniction is lieir, of A. 15. C. Scott, 4It'ceasd, to the |iaynu-nt ofa 1? T. TAYI.UK .t CO.. Proprictor-j of i'.ieColuiiihus city t-n I f' BufRdontly extensive tu prepare Stinlenis for entering note and accounts and interest on the 1) ,. Ki.l\ Walking S'.ioic, S'ipp, rs and Bu-kim, I L4. Cotton Gin Maiiiif.ictory.havf, ; the 3t- *-cond Monday in Nov next, the tdowing! -rribeJ Monday cf April next, the fOtIiwInguip.fl; !

the .I unior da-* in Collide, kin* and Ist.es.ALSO i taction, ) loaiin-'tinre to Ihrir patrons and the Plan- property, or *o much thereof an will be iutSe-irnt to ;frfy, rr n much thereot as will pav ,ifp t Xj| [
of the leant J and ad.'auttgos the State and County Taxes due thereon for the County TJX due thtrern for lbej t-:. ]jt' ,
: ctudy < pnifesvicm ; a many thi- cau-. it appealing to the Kiti&f.ietion "f tl,.> ter-i gft.erall> tt.ronzhnnt the Cotton growing re- pay
lire ottered to yonn Ludios for aoajiiirin a that l.ivid E. M. Scott (doe not re>idt- in the Mi-c3 Colored Lr..tiiii,' daitcr', gion. I tl l'at I'TJ' aie ;pri-parcd I to supply any number year I'-51. zinc! all incidental trpin-e*. to wit : neciry ept-ncs incident; lhn"< f i.( !,, a .

: th) .nni-rli K*lucatii n, !>nfh iu the :polid and oniamcntalVirAiichc.s : State of Florida, but lia< flod to j>arU unknown, but Do. Kid Walking Sl,<*s and Huskin! *, of their CfU-hrated! PnrMicai GI.NS.Vhere All tl-at tract or parcel of Ijmd known as F rW Two hundred and forty acres t f \e1: ?, ,

.. as arc ufTorJod by any Minllar Listhutiun in not out of the United State : Do. ibe And fine i-rtinent of ChilJreua' Leather, Morocco mere or less said to belong to the ApalacLicola! -o much therei.t a* will pay The T4 ;? 3- ,
,
owntry.f It ;* tin forr OrJ tv-si, That aid I David 1. M. Scott be (Ver.ird nntiects-ary for the MijnnfarMncr'fo'oya r u' -
?f buildins fur Hoarding Jr4)iiC. afToruin acoommoduiion and! 1'atei.t Lt-atl.c-r Shoes. Land Cornpanv. log on Flat Crf-k. llfGH 0 y: L ,\
.1 appear si'id anvwi-r, ]>load or demur to said Bill on or word in: thir lavor, a? they feel conStlert! the ra-
for a largo number: of Students, Love bet ote the tir-$ Monday in April next, or the KUIU AL -0Oont ehim-M have bei-n brought t" inch perfection, that D. MrRAENY, T..X Colltctcr for Cdfl ,
I lieca erected by the IVincijul, in a retired and )healthy will \\Mi taken for oiufos&ed as: to him, and set down fino Calf I fliut4, their superior prTd.rniat.ce will ncomrr.ei.d: them, Tai Collector ol' L on Cowr.tr.Nr.vfn.bfrR.lP51. October 1 ?. l'51. 4

part of tin town. Students Wording with Lira 'or hearing, f-f iwr/f : Do. Irnita'i-m Stitched l Booi*, in preference to nil otrer! Gin' no\ in uFor the 4t fm

are kept under such wholesome restraint as U noce J'r.1'J.; That thi* Order lx pnbli hod for f.mr 1)) ,. IVjfifwl and Wart-r-proof Bsetr, atif irtion ol I thtwho hi>% e lutn-edthp t Gir- St. John's Seminary cf Learaia?
iuo t offi-etiially to eccm'e that moral and inontalruJture li>. Calf Sh K-.i arid BooteeR, uifh I their Tax Collector Sale.
and
eary nonibs vrfekly in some newspaper: pih.li-bed l in Tal- arennacquairitc-d -p.nfatir.n.thePro-- AT 31A DISCS C. H. FLORIDA.'T'HE
for w l.ich they aru jilaced in tic Institution. iiha c-ce prior tu the paid first Mouduv ii ApriL Do. Kip Itreifiais arj-1 I.'ussctt prietrs need oiilv .ay. that the IJR'.T Premium ]1) Y virtue of the power vesfrcl in Inc bv law, I .

Girls are not allowed to receive the attention* of penIkmen J. 'AYLiS BAKKlt, Judge -ALSo- have been z\iar.ei! to"tjtra for the BEST GIN J shall e>poe f..r sale brfore the Cotirt House at Board of Tru-to- take rpt pVr.nwi -.

uak" by rwiueht
nad boys are not allowed to leave their room 4 at C. G. FIFE. Clerk. ]5 iys haliH dn. do.Fo. ; also! at I the Alabama arid l Georgia Asrienltnia .Monday of :'MJV next, the following;; described (n'>- j be gnu-rally that the Kxerei.H- 'h,, i fa -

lii;ht, 4)r to f mm h thereof a-, will pay the State and will cftnicie&fu rn the SECOSD3.'f-M; i IN
their moral; or interfere with thrir.tudif?. sale li>v ((and iw mistake) bv annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, tChailf County Taxes due thereon from l h45 to I t3tinc1ii-} UARY NEXT truer tie cnpriiriiisno, .] -

TKS price of board, incladin waJuui i *I 10 per In Chancery.In October 18, I5I. 41 C. C. BYRD.TA '.?nn. Tl:e C'.lton iimtdon I fhrtr Ctivived \ sive, and the necessary eRpensesincident thereto, to I NAA Avir late IVmcipal of (;rt !v. rSoirh .

inontli. For further jarticular re--pectii: 1 Ixuinl, r'- I tl I e fir-t Premium at t Ihe exhibition h hfhl! in wit : Carolina, aided by competent A --411t4;
the Circuit Court of the State of
I lates of tuition, &<*., tte., see printed Cataliguc, which in aud for the Tloridaheld IN3URAHCS COMPAHY, Charle-ton."oii1h Carolina, ar.h at evcrj Fair wl ere Eighty acres rf Lnnd, ling on Crooked Creek, 3IrArto corner anion; us Lean _' tin LdLwtimoma's ,
Way bo procured bv application; to County of Jefferson. I 11A I RTFORD( CON N ECTIC UT.BUILDINGS simj-te of Cotton frutn I thi-m have been exhibited.) owned by Romeo Lewis. cf character, frcl.olar.-hip aid M.m ,

K. I H. STEWART, Daniel Ladd, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house The Proptit-tor* have in t th ir pofees lave no k.atiumem'ing

Quincy, Decemlicr i:>. Ibol. 4'J vs. it-3 bv fire. ins cf-rlific-itt' fn m PIni.frrs.! Cottor llrrkfr, (Vin Tax Collector icr GadsiierCouaty. this In.-ttutif.n; nmlfr hi< tiirrrv; :,. -
Davi-1 E. M. Scott. LEWIS & AMES, tni-f-ion Mt-rchar.f and Minufa'-fJirt-r-i of Cotton November *, \ *'>l. 41 Cm patronage .-f tbe friends of dccari ,n throngLir; ,

Large Sale of Public Lands in Florida. Kill to wib eft the interest t.f Defi-ndant a* one of tl.e Jannary, 2(;, lS.IO 3 Asents, TaIldha- -pe."or GOO !J, fe-lifjins; that the prfrrmarce of the Gins, ar.d the adjoining State"

.. fjOTicE is HEIUBY: < IYLX, that the unkrtittit.d h.-ir' of A 1) C. Scott, to them\ nn-nt <>f a jml'. nu r.t and the sarr.pb- prcducetl by fhi rn, cannot be excelled Tax Collector's Sale. TLe object f.cght fo le accomplL-I.1 >..v the

will, iii j nrsu.ui of law, offer at Public and! intercut tm the same due the C-tniplaiimnt. JOIIN rnAToRIus, bv a::> Gin; *, etrr matiufarlurod. p V virtue r.f the power \e.ed ia cie bylaw, I tier! of this In fitntion is to di5p nth tie*"

; Auction, Ijefoiv th- C'.uit HOIIM* el w'r i-i ihe several ]"X thi eauv. it apjx'arinij to the Pati-iaftmn of the All ord. r-sf'T rin-; trivtn c-itrT fo our fravellirc J )1 shall expose t tr sile before the C nrf Hi n-e at a setmwl l practical education to nil who r.a ,-

cwuutics, as IITI iuaftr elated, th-: following valuab':<- rmirt that David E. M. Scott does] iiot n--ide in t'nc [ THI! : i\-ir. nr.M or WI.L & I'n.tTORII-sJ or local Ac? 11 or f rtanlrd: to the Proyriefors hv 'i'jincv.: in udn; : C< iirf\: on the sf cor.d MorriajIP become iu bent-Sfiaries. and to brintr t) '- ITPJ;

:LanJs, locatI: i by Stale authority as part of ihe grant State of Florida, but has lied to parts unknown, but '. %7"OULD) inform lilt friends and the }public n.nil.ni;! al.vavreceive nnrnpt attention. Gir M.iy next, the fi'llif.ving described propvrty, or within the rt-ut-h of all-evert the m< *' I, mile

4 f CJngr.r3 i to wii j State for IUq4 $ of Internal Inijirovetni'iit. lot <:iit of the United States : \U\ b tli-it he ha- tak'n the 'orc Litly ieci'pie will be SIT t to anY pirt c.f the country, and \\ar jo ranch thereof a-* mil pay the State ar.d County the language of a circular isucd at tl L rt'-atc

The>e LojitU wer", in jp*>.l part, selected / ;* llifrtfw OrJfnil, That aid D.ni-1 E. M. Scott __LL''y' ('. 1 H. P.oil! ;and( adjoining the store lately ranted to give sat i5ficzr'n..7O'4 l'a\e> due tr.' reon fr rn l ,lto t oUincliisivejamlIhr meat of tie r.re>j.ctit Is our tlisn to iiia.tchildrtn

tnuncdialclv after the completion oi the U. S. surveys ipjM-ar and answer, plead or demur to aid Bill! on or nt'iipi'xl l hy 1'ull l'ratiiriti*, v, }h'-re he will \M.lei-..M L. DUTTON, Azenf. nt-cpssiry experi-ts incident thereto, tovit : and trj.lans of iiwlige-nt J a-ttr M.
taA are believed t-t enibniee home of thlx'
for the prwluetinti vf Corn, Cott lino c.f ltuv.nev belongins: to Rohini Hnliner.! Ijing on the I ue-h: trm. a. may be precribetl.' TVr afpa < ID

.. iii Trojm-al Fruit.H-and others fiuelv OtLI1 ted \ti for hcariji' rr fmrfr : He lia* rt-crhed, by the late arrivals, a d'i-e ,,.I NASH & CO., Apalachicola Rivir, adjoinir-r tie lands ff Innerar- P enlightened! public to assL-t cs in ocr t&tt "i lii.ni.uiry.

tie Turpentine aud Liunber busuiees. Tlie I .anJn -." 'will J'rori'l-.L T\i\t\ thi* Order be published fair four vrfl-i r'fctfil tiiffily fif Clullm, t'ltntinttrr*. I Vesting; Dealers in Drug, Kedicines, &c., itj. HUGH! O. Mr LEAN', nnd -ave nfri>m failure and <:!efea-drin ..nbI"i '.

'. be oflon'd ut bo1-eiir1iihi : nonths w M-kly in omo new pajvr pnbli-hel in Talaliassec !- 1mth.y (Jfif Jj< ; aln. n rffiirral aftTttnritt ffJl -\ >ULD iiiform their friendand the public that Tax Collector lor Gadsden Cr.unty. anJ conSdtnt in the Lope that wur appol! *-

Jcycraoii County, on Monday" 12tli Aj-ril, I 2. prior to baid fir-t Monday in April nest. KA J> Y--:1IJE r L 0 THIXtt, th(-y have < n hand a <;ood assortment of such NovcraTer s, iri. .M em rot be reganttL! !

about acres, 2<;.t1'; ') J. WAYLES'HAKKK: Ju'1e.A All of which, I tlatUr inys .lf are iniutl in style nn<) artkt!.--i an-1' i>t rally ki pt in their line , The scholastic year will be prided into rrnti ss'>'

i1&lion, Monday, IStli, al out C5.500 true cojiy-Attest : quality, oiij ynitf; tit chrap, as any otmrtbit'will he an-1 will! L4. r.ctivinL? rc-ijt.larly fresh supplies. TLtirft Notice.ALL rive mtjiths eack Tnitica for each &iiua w. '

IIvstit4flL, Monday, 24th. al>' it 2,410 C. (I. FIFE] Clerk found in tl.i- market. He will {jive fiirtici.liritteii- rm -Inll be rca'oiuiblf., persr.n creditor', legatee', rntitlcd to dl-tn- paid iureriitMy in i aJeaner.ttTZS .

., ()(hLat&i.; lornl y, Srd May, aboot 3,120AlaclaM Deeeml fi, IP-51. 4 S 4m lion to his bu-incx. and! hi.jies he will merit a hibt ratiatri4ii 'falh1.fl-ve.' Of'otHT ] I. 1S'l. 40 .n or oth'-rwi e int n 'ted in the estate of Sarah

Wediu-s'lay, 5th May, about 9,520 ; c> from the pubbe.Noveiiiler Pawkins, (!late Sarah Hardvmnn,) late Jefferson ] OP TUITIC.T.
Jsry, Mut 0,4O In Chancery. 15I). 46 tf Crockery, &c. Cina.ty florida tvcea'sIar.! hereby notified to exhibit "
.' Jfario, Monday 17th ilay, aliout their claims anti demands within two from For tlc elementary Irrjicie. to wit : ucncL't? '
Iu the Circuit ('ciii t of the >tate of i'lorlda iu "AT E h.ve rrn ived a <&xl -ortment of Crockery years
a Jf/rnanJa, [Beiiton.] Mon > (,la- :nd >tne Ware.R'.in.i. this date. to the undersigned i or the ame wit! be bar thojrraj.hy. Granunar; Aritlsn-tic,
Jlilistiitrouyh? Saturday, 2'Jth) Mny, aV,utTER 4, on C. Molutin r Mill! subscribers) Lave on har.d tv\o hundred and the avilcpiare; Tar Iron red; and all persons indebted to the sa'il' decea>ed, s ss1c n, -
.tli For higher Ecrrrtli brflrT. Rhe'i ric. L.sic.Hbtrry. .
>Us Oue-f.iurth eu-h the < thrw' fourthjiaysible make immediate -
T to to
J. Nail HOI I Bnr. l. anti H. S. Iron arc requested payments
vs. lilly onnre i of f Siilj'hateof (i'linine' uhich I Ihej : Hp, Ancifi.r mini
: iu three -fpial annual instalments, with intorestin FRANCIS A. DAWKINS ilrdem. Natural I ib-
Ca-t. Girrnin; Mid) American hli-.t Steel ,
have obtained chic-ct r
David E. M. Scott. t ir<>r.ithe inanu'actnrrrd, and lits Ctien'is
advance. Or, if any |iureba er prf-ferit, fi\e per 'fill[ to mbjeet iOtCre'tf Defendant' as fine of> the I hey \\ill I I warrant i it I t to t he a superior article."c Bla; 4l1utl l ( the credit instalments
nt willlje Nov.
<* nun uixmth" County. 15, 1851. 45 Sm
C..lin'li.b.! 1 Print! arid Hand 1
\\ have enl. td stork of Dru anti Medicine Axes,
: payment of the whole purchs.-c money at the tuueofalo. heirs of A. B. C. Scott, deea*(il, to the jKunutitfif our s Intellectual Fhsluseihy, Polit; .l Ec.r.ony.
l by ncentdni\alsnnd are prepandto e.xecufcnrderslorarlicU Nnil of all Sizes, with ayentral asortmcnt if
DAYID \VALKEll, a judgment and iuUreot due the Complahiant. Notice. to_, per session, -
N this eaUM, it iayr to -ati-faction: of the I IIIIUT I lirieat \\holtsale or retail, Cutkrv..
Jlegis-k-r of Public Lands fur th'- State of Florida. appeal; -ALSO- OIX months from tint*, the nr.crigm'c'1.! ailmnitro-
i- Court that David E. M. Scott doc-, on the mot! accouinodatin terms.
December 20, 1851. 50 Km not re-ide intli" *-' tc.r on thy estate< of Loa.-a B. Newton, deceased In point of health, ntraStr and gied J *ricrventnre !
State of Florida, ha lied to parts unkio'abut \Ve have aUo alew account**} ?t due In us forth, SCO pair Mcns Rii'stt Brfgans, \villj recent hi* trial accounts and vow hr rs to the the as ertirn that tl'c viiir.e of Jliih-a -
rear I l'j. Theaiu generally i in small aun.nrts 100 do. Bn' do. tin.
not out If tlie United States ,
,t 1 : Ranaway It in f/trfri( Or r.1, Tli.it: Raid David E. M. Scot hut I it t \\hnleeond] be pja! short lv, i it wculdgojrtonard&liquidatingccitiin 200 do. Mcns' and) IV y Muck thick j1rnans, Judj of Probate for Leon County, and ask to be dis un-r.rpassed fran can and be bfalned rnequslled ia iu the iTjLu Stute.; -Zip* on a
ROM the sulfterilxT <>u thc night of the 13thim charged. f
!/- T and demur 'uir to Kiiil Hill
: answer plead or
ippear | on or sonable terns A ccirajiF ..rdin. Htsw
I two tit- men. one blunging to I)r. PATRICK S3IITII. Adra'r.October .
> grtJ
5o ili Ja.ii'! I.eatht PvceI Eoots
AMKS. ) r
jefore the firct in ,
about 6$ feet C inches rather !- Monday Ajiril next, or the same 11 1851. be erected by the Trc *oeat zn trrK! r"-
2_ tt.tu.inas, high, jxlealTreai June 8. 1 <5.,0. 02Saddlery : nt's Calf Ktd! and Goat Boots, 40 6in -
will taken for coaleMsd! lihn
V to awl down
us .et further infr.rmaticn xri3 be checrfulhre5irir t a
h\%, ), by the name f IVtr, was bronght to lk'ys Youths nnd MLfc! hces. girei
>
for bearing fjt jmrtf : Not!cc. this e iiintry by Mr. Ponder two vczirs ago. II issup- &c. _ALSO11)1i
JSe.I heviU to make bis bm-k. AlMi mcl J'rorifl'l, Tluit this Ordtr be published for fi'ir Q: IX mentis after elate I shall! apply to the JndireJ order of the Foanl of Tn; fpc .
try way lot nnd ldie ) bunrhes Cotton Yarn. Nos. 5 to 12.
iionth in } reei-md a fiif of men*. lioy<
a i)>- ut 5 fet *,' incheliigli t weekly some newspajwr jMihli-lnnl m Tal-! TUST > of I'rnbate for \Va-hhgton Conrrty. fir a final -e'tkmcnt CILAIILES RUSSELL "r'
'to Iri.fle! !! .MarfiicakSrinij*. Spurs, Calf All of which v.-Il; 1eold as l low as in the mar
any
lalun..ee haul fir-t Monduv !
prior : in next.J ; Madison C.
ftott and round tlvMiMervil. fnmt twtlitomenbatdeeavi'd Ajtril nail di'rharjQ fre-m the estate if Josef B. II. December 1". IsJI. 49!! Jra
v
iy ket. Hide- Tallow nnd! Bce taken in trade for
WAYLES"BAKEU :lins Lining Skins Kip Skins, Patent IA other, Pa- wnx ,
Judge dccai-4.
Lockey,
lias the iL1'1e4.fcudI
air u arm, A true -Attest : ti-itt: Fu.-tinn, with a good aaAurtiac lit e>f Whips, JicI'cr wLirli) we will allow the highest rnnrkpt } rice. MARIA Oils Tallow Grease aD.t1OIIO
t copv LOCKEY. AJm'x.
,
looks if ed fire burn. Also] ,
as they were caui by n ucj '
.. HEIU UUsT.
sale low by October 2 Ic51. -12! .
C. !
U. FIFH. Clerk.I"ecmbcr .
.ro woman Ix-longing tV.. J. Scott, v Ty bku-k, a- 4 HEIR J RUST.Oetolir.1.ISS1. Washington Co, SepttmUr 13. 1851. Tf.t 6m linrrnl PniiiI.9n4 .

lx ut 19 years .M She h ft about Oi" 14 iiibt. We the IRJJI. 48 4m T.S tl' Southern Hutnal life Insurance Company BARRELS Machinery OIL Fri "

fUlilji1! i will pay the reward of *2ia'li f.r tliewf of Louisiana. Notice. !Yu'U gab

(1eliVt17 said tiegruea to ua or iu any safe Jail \v here In Chancery. Here I Am. been appointed Ag t r.t for thealwve Company SIX months after date. I will apply to the .Tadjje 2t>t' Gai0L4 per P.t. il'i.

ve can gt them.J MIDDLE CIRCUIT-IX LEON CJRCt'lTCOURT.On T"AlL1Nri to ]i irluTe certain jiroporty nn the seaboard HAYING, del ii-iiijj: it tiiiiec<"-
J *- Any JXTSOII vitLing to give any information about the petition c.f Da\id P. Ilotjue, Guardinn cf> L I am Inn, to attenl to tho wants of the importance :and wi\aiitii.'i, > of the rnutr.al) insrrauce is Administrator of George A. Dilxvorth.'d.wased.V 2flf 0 Uarrvls BoioiI I Paint Oil do. do. JaitQ

% lhaee tiegr .c will incuse addrtas ILnnington, P. 0. ThULLs I Willie, a minor, for alc! of certain Real Citizens i.f TallakL- and! the halfciTe of ovr world. rin'ple.| woiiM I r'p< (-ctfully olint theconsidrai n ,\ S. DIL VORTH.Januirv Galli>n tl4> ci> tloin

LcwiCaFla 1 Xtnte : All v.bo ii.tcitd, oirilia.iiig poot!,, will fnd! it to their) of the eit IZMH of Talhthi *-ee and ieiriity. Any snf.>r- 17. 1S52. 2 CmNotice. ea.ks ui various sizes do (It) d s-ia

A.( E0ItGl M. II SESSIONS. BVirtue cf an Order of his I Honor, .Wayle* ]1U- hteret to oil l c&/rc they let he im ney s-1p: from m.'itu.n relative to it,can be obtained bv coiling rn the : ..0( Harrel* Tsinntr Oil, VarLties. kIWIS Silu

51.SS1ONS. e f haid! Couit. in Raid CSIU.M mail- on their Hirers. S. S. KNIGHT. MiWriher. is. ti. KNIGHT.Noemb fr"in S3 ti> 6 o cents per fralion.
W.J.KC01T.eo A LL indebted to the estate f Amos S.
_ the 17th January, 1S52 at CliamU-rs, I will exp -e Oetiber IS. 1851. 41 tf r ?fl. 1O. 47 tf i.- persons r 150<> Gallcns in Casks cit rarious size?. I -
2ieernIber? is5i co tfA fr ale in 4..L Pipkuis, late of Leon County deceased arc required and qitalitif from S5 to 2s50 -
.- front of the Court llousi door, in TulLih.i 50 eent pe
ro tic C. THE TRUE MEDICINAL to make immediate j>a>ment, end all persons Tons Tallow Ertriig*
Now Opening fHJ, on the fin-t Moinlay! in Manh next, within Icgal ( rvast'. forlleary :
hours, the following described lots or jiarcth of QIX months after date, tie! iii,'crM2n".ed, Adminitrators *- !iavn: elemancLs against said! estate arc required to Coarse JLuLirury, in Barrtls or CaVk", Las; -
: COD LIVER OIL
,: T the well known stand! formerly occupied bv iri"nt them duhr.tiienticateit within tie time
L'md, to wit : 3 nf the e.tnte of Ihoru.n Unrnitte: will apply | pro- i teney rtquirett Trice 6 centrr !b.15i .
CLARK & STILLMAN, a Otaienil and Select 'EtUr4 in the cure rf Scrofula, Consumption, M'ribcd bylaw, e/r they vill W barretl.A > T.-ns at the
Lots numticroil K( 4. 1CS, 1CS-in the North Addition to the Jii'l eof Prolate of Madi-on County, fur U Ohio liberal Taint, in CjjreL, -
.: ,Aortmtht of of tl.i Citv of Tallaha<*up ; and I.its numbered :i final i-cntleiaeiU and frora f-aid! estate. GOUt,Ruournat i en, \slbma, Frotch; it is,Co'ih! M. R. SESSIONS, Admr. es-t market priee.

4. 'all and Winter Clotliliig, a.W, 2CO SfiS/ecC(; t49, 272; u.vs of the Che-t ar-d) Lung4. A puppUot January IT, 1S52. 2 6t Machinery Oil xvamr.e.I not to cLTl in fte tL' -

: Fancy GotK Cloths. Ca fiiineres, Vc'tinj, HoMory, of the haul City of Tallahassee.PurcluHTS DANIEL Iil'itNl'TTJr'' Vlm. (hits valuable mediriuc i- jut recei>rd, whicli is xreathcr. arid eouaiJtretl ly those nsir,:; tf
S ,, Fins Sewed and l'ect1 B'K.ts S'ippen : the Mib cribcr is ready and! anxious to sell on the OSCAR A. MYERS, F<-r s-.le by LEWIS &, A..iCS. '\ LL creditor lej itce'*, cliitribntecs. and all other Boiled Paint 03, equal to Linseed OS Ot nf .1

jjioxt' reasonable term, for ca h or its fjiiiralcnt.Tlio Master in Cloncery.Janunry Families. May -J. I Is.V). 20 Tallahasee.Fla.IIAIITFOIU -I:A. pir ens interested in the estate of llnptistl.rumbiey >r\vliite. .
stock of Clothing connits in of late of Jefferson County, are notified to I if 1j.
S i 7t am nppHe
jiait 2 1,1852. constantly rfcctTir Large ? r
Wack anl Colored 1)res and 1-rock Coats, 1 SMALL nd coumunt lose* SOAP to IK PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY1 irt-K-nt their claims -within the time limited bv law, bore nanie-l articles, and niv mctto is, Small pruB'I

,., BUck, lUue, Green Brown and Mixed Frock, *1 Ixm ht of S. S. KNIG lIT. ), CONNECTICUT, or> this notice \\ ill IA pleaded in bar of their claims ; ut.J qnk-k returns." R F. FQSR I

;.- Sack and Fancy Coats: Attachment.In \ovcnibtrIll.1 f\ Stock hut! all persons indebted to said estate*, are requested 56 t \IIutcr\ Strut, (im&r Me fearl >t, tfay *-'
;
Drab, lihu-k and Brown Overcoat*, Justices Court Second JJlslrict, Leon County Exchange at Par Cnpital JOO,000. to make immediate paymtnt.VARfcllX V TOSi-

I Figacrcd andjilack Silk and Black Satin Vect, Daniel LadJ, ) T iii: nude rfciinied, Agent of the aliove Company, : BRUMBLEY, Adzn'r.JeQorson January 3. 1352. 52 tf* ____
y 4, Black, Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Casi-imcrc TantaI'MHH w. :V Amount of Debt, J21 70. C1:i ROCEI1IES, IIa:,hvare, Cneki-rj", Woodwnre, U prejK'.fed tu take ri-ks against Fire on luild- County, January It,, 1832. 1 2m _

: Daniel Hair. Salt, !Iron, Stl!, JJJankets; Kersev' Brogans, hugs and their contents, on the moj-t favorable ttrm*. &C.

White, Fancy Silk an 1 Marseille Vests, and various ) Hats Caps Black Dro? C.wU, lanN, Vests, Over- }'. H. FLAGG.; Agent.TnlTalin Notice. Furniture, Chairs, ...
4
'r other articles too numerous to mention. rpHE Defendant) and all others interested, are here- niiit. Hunting I Coats Saddles Iridles ie, fji\en in s oe. October 25: 1 P.>1. 42 S IX months from date, the undersigned Executrix, T\7C have just received from New York pCt r:
A. B. CLARKE. Jbv notified <>f the commencement of thi suit r.XCHANiforC.L! : -Ii, Cotton tnd PrcKhico of the will present her accounts and vouchers to the i, Sirvanncp, .1 further supply of hauit019"

: Kovcmbo 8,1851.I 41 tf returnable tu a Juftico'H Couit to !1H> htld at TallaLa.ec Country Knwrally. J. M. WILLIAMS.I $20 Reward. fudge of Probate for the County of IIillbon.ttgli! > and superior Furniture.

,: on the f-econd Monday (Sib day) of March,mid November 1, IbSI. 4'; at T> AN AWAY from the plantation of the snl>- ask to lie discharged from administration < n the estate V"e are now opt-ning at our Furniturevlikh 1OO

: New Goods. to ajijioiir and plead to the Kimo. '+ JLV pcribcr in (Gadsden; euuntv, Florida, on the of Henry S. Clark, deceased, late of said County. \ : we invite attention.

,. received for the Ladic, (liven under my hand and heal, this 20th day of Butter. Jlh.28tli OeL Li-t. my man AN AM. Adam }i'i alumt ELLEN M. CLARK, Executrix. Oval and Plain Back ScCn,

4 !, JUST and Plaid Lw-tre and De Lames. [bCAUj December. A. I D. l151.LiONALI) 1.CAM flRON 2/O/ } KKfiSorylx>--t BUTl R AT family use, 11 vents of jij e, 5 fet
11.itt anilVat4re'I Popkiri. Rroeadis, Barcgc j jut n-cei\e l smd for (-ale ly Htwetn ft copjur and blaek color, \\fifjlis some Quurteit* and B >tk) stL,

tI ( ) Ji.aincs, J'iiii!: and Printed Tissues, Justice; if tlir Pc ace. January 10, 18.V.J. i C. C. UYRD. whore alkiut IBii; ll>?., talks a little fine and tolerable Notice.JIX Work Stands and Ottomans, ie.< ia

: Fi'urcd, Plain aiid Striped 1)res Siik January n, 1852. S2 Sm jiikk when sjxikui to-.-has a scar or two on one of months after date, the undersigned, Adm'nlsJ Of Chairs, we have a great varwtj.
I 1o. lo.TLiin. Fine trator in right cf his wife Sarah A., surviving AdminMrator Jenny Line Cottage Chairs,
Do. do. BLick < French Dresj Boots, his minus ii: > in a line with hw thumb, and! I think some
Black and Watered Silk Mantillai, Drugs, Chemicals, &c. scars on hits 1)reat. He has a large fear on his back of the citato c.f Thomas J. Ilodler, late Ator Gilt elu. iTo.I

Kid, SUk, Cotton and Btiavcr! (;lo\e QUININE warranted and full ,-*! A XI> COXORIWS GAn'EUS, of superior lear, I think, the left shoulder blade, with other of Jetferson County.deceased.will apply te the Judge Fancy Cane Seat eo.Wht. .
Ildkc'f SULPHATE pure i .L1. quality and fiiiti, forcale low by It. Probate of said itt discharge from said Oak and Walnnt do.
S r.mbroidcred II. S. and Bonlt-r L. C. narkahy thevhip for lighting. He is a good field hand, ( County, a
: Lie Thread and Muslin Kd inRs and In4rtings, Oil, Black i> I W. '1'. JHTClfELT* md! a rough li carpenter. I l uqht: ; Adam some It(> years Viluiini-stration. B. LOEB. Ru-h Bottom and Rose Wood Chair,

it French work'd Capo,Collars,Cuf! C1Ieiiizctb', I'urinejl Chinvidine eppcr. an article prepared from the Decemlx-r IS, 1851. 40 : tf jack of Booth, Tunier aitd! CLivton, trailers from alanuab Jefferson County, Jannary, 1S2. 52 Cm* Ollke and Dining Room do.

and Colored emb'd Cadnnorc hawL (; :I w ill give the above f Adam Spring Seat Mabognnv RockersChildren's
Black IViuuaii Bark, c nMr
Ac.
-, White Crape SliawlisWiiti about one third the price. n1 a wife jail so that I pd him, and if harbored or in Notice. High and Low Chairs ?
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t and Colored Silk Tnnnets, ALSO, a general! bupply of Chemicals of the best AOeneral ortinent of sses.-i n of any white man or negro with proof persons having demands against the estate of BERRY A ROWLES. Auctioneer

Straw and Leghorn do. quality. Ik-aver, Drab nil lllack ILl!. Kn-i.i do. to tiiii\let, I will give I 100) nit re.AUGUSTUS. ALL R. Taylor deceased, late of Jeifers-on January 3, 1S32. 52Hata

Black Silk Loco for' Mantilla.. Black and Colonil Spgitindlnts for mm, boys and II. LANIEK.DeeemlxT 'ounty, are hereby notified to present them within

: Pink, Blue and White Bonnet MuIin, hue Cologne, Lubin'a! Extracts, and an assortment youth ,ju t recceivcd. Amjorsalo by 20, lF.rl. 60 tfCf he time prescribed by law, or this notice will be ] lead and Caps,

Black aud Whit Silk hose, Cotton do. of Faiuy Toilet Articles, at very low rri.Jais' HEIR A RUST. ?" Savannah Georgian, eopy till forbid. uuL bar: ; and! all j>er ons indebted tO tuid! estate are OF all sorts,just ree-eivsd anh1rQaleC0
- 1 Black A Colored Gaiter, Kid Slip-ties A Boot Fain Killer, lladway.s Heady Utlief. October, 1851. 29 tf equested to make payment immediately. W. T.

: With a great variety of other articles, too nmnircni8 OMJs India Cholajjogue Lots for Sale. G. W. TAYLOR, Adm'r. November 1,1851._ _

to mention, which they will please call and c ijuutuc. llo.-e8 celebrated Planters, and other Family Med Cap. A LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER January 21, 18S2. 8 8t -- Just Arrived. .

ItEm & UUST. icines.Jayne's. TTEIR t RUST, have jii received) a good aswrtUL .t1_ GOODS, camniprLiiig all articles needed in this el fr"" ,*',

October 25,1851. 42 tf Medicines, Lc, tc,just received by ment of meris Ijoysaii youths Cloth,,I'ltili and market, received by recent arrivali from New York, Notice.JIX T II.ATjnst received bv 'the last *s the"I ?II 3*
LEWIS & AMES. Glazed Caps "whit they oft. low. Call and sec them. for sale in lists to suit purchasers months after date, I shall present my accounts I York, an invoice cf men women s,

L Shirts; of all Kinds, Oct4.lxTll.1851. 40 tf October, 1851. ; gy tf IWinWr 1,1851. 43 J. JL WILLIflIS.Youth's 3 and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon infant's Shoes, comprising many styles no
and Fancy Colored- >ni3 with Embroi offered iti this market Tlicrfe are
Administrator Holcomb
WHITE bounty, as of Senlxini F. ,
4.' .. Bottom*-beautifully htitclied-of lx>th Sale. Bricks Children's Gentlemen's Boots, aborted, to whicil
Negroes for au Lime. and Eoy's Clothing, Icceased. late of said County, and ask for a discharge
Music TJaiX wtU made, and will fit to a bo sold low todo
I Broad and tion. The alove will gment.
.4 Fur cal dicHp by LIKELY and valuable KEG ROES for Palo JUST received, SOM; fine J.rthern Bucks 200 casks SOME of which is very Landmine, just received by nun said Administration. J- '
.4'i chvm. 2. Lime juid fr 5al. %v. '1'. M ITCh I ELL G. C. S. JOHNSON. AdinV. IIC I.
W. T. MIT(1IELL. hy S. S. KNIGHT.Xo w, by I). LADD.Newrxit i3L I 10 )
I: Decembci 15,1631 W tf ; aiiUr 22, 1831. 40 ; January 51, lc-l. 4 tf j November 1, 1E51. 43 tf January :r., 1852. 62 Cm December 6,1S31


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