The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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r L ?HE.MALLORY,OF FLORIDA: lost. Upon tho adoplion of the resolutions, ntnidst hundreds of elections- by: ;;General4 t to do with it; for, if I mistake not, the ment, of prescribing the qualifications of its I those of the two Senators nam9, in

SlIl'lJl'mrnfal! Argument of Mr. lii&r! tho yeas and nays were called) by Mesrs. Assembly, which] have been able to find, then Constitution of New JerseyIfcCJOwas( ) : members, led the limitations under which the this important additional particular, %iz : their "

;\ rtthft bit sc.at lI& the Scnatc of the Fowsird and Illaekburn. Tile'ote was- wherein an election was determined by Ics the OHC adopted by the State before the adoption trust confided! to them shall he exercised ; and I legislatures declare them elected Ins legislature

1 clnimmg SII1!f$. Yeas-Mr. Speaker, &e. IU than a majority of the members elect, to vit: I of the Federal Constitution. If the case that the interest ofany member in any subject!' declare him not elected ; their Executives ,

r.iIr"MI b. remembered that i in my former "Nays-: >ssr8. Aldrich, .Vc.- 17 by :130 votes, at l least And it may be of Bateman have any bearing upon the present of legislative] action, may be declared to certified their election, his certified the election .

;j 1 IrovWdlhe whole practice of the So said resolution was adopted." er to say, in reference to this case, p'oP'1 controversy, I apprehend' that it must be stitute, as to thatsubjecta ground of ( con'I'I'! of another; and for the effect of this dec

I I.i-iattire i in its elections ; and(I that I Here again an impression i is left upon the (;enernl Assembly voted fifteen times for Uisoilicer in favor of the bitting Senator. ification to theexercise of his legislative fllne'l laration I must again refer to the State against -
t1rp ]
:'d'l torte I,t" .journals 1 themselves 1 that thernven reader's mind opposite from the fact. Truethe and that he received a vote of urea!, Rut, to obviate all misconstruction I will tions, by such interested member. no ,I Foster,2 liaktcd's K. And this important

1 JC n-| wwf] : number of votes were requirLrniinc I House I passed the quoted resolutions, but itinr, nine! times in succession ; and the (;l'J' give the repoit of tie: committee in fall. I such pro\ision exists. For aught that appears !: distinction, too, exists between tho

: l>y that lnJ.rroe. as they contemplated a subversion of the established era I Assembly thought proper, doubtless, uider to the Committee, the respondent was a member !I! case Bateman, quotcd by him,and his own.

d j I 1"" (!',1t'1'rnllI1I'J: .d"l'tions bJ th( 1'011.It. .(1 f, :tits : law, the Jcx parliamcnlaria of the these circumstances, lo declare him clcd- IN SKXATC OF THE U. S., MAY 22, 1823. of the Legislature of New Jersey, duly The sovereign Legislature of New Jersey declared ,

'II!J \\I ...n :tft.'r t lie I nruiiza1ion 0 f.t1tl'.ml11'nt I Ifi Legislature, it is presumed that: some, at least (4!. And it mast also be borne in mind tint Mr. TJerrien made the following report: elected, and! competent to the exercise of every I Jt-i'eman fleeted, the sovereign Legislature -

fi 1 il' S 1S15 that this resolution was of those who voted for them must have} : upon the! fimt''ote it declared thc conleshtri whonl legislative power not forbidden by its Florida declared contestant not elect' )
ia; ; The Select Committee, to was referred -
",' known that could be sustained.Well (.h'ctl'J.1It. law which the to vote in the ed.
noasly, and by both houses they not hot i is the partlld'hea{ citizens 01New : among right
1 unani: : i the memorial I of sundry
I "''\tlt,'ti it was ia t these words: \\11:1t was the result I Why the( Senate we see from the Journals that the ( enerl( j I of I election of a Senatorvas one. The Committee There are rome portions of time contestant's
] I'wt the election Fj.hraim -
: Jersey, touching
II 'l"i',? ; '\'o1rr: /. Thai a torrfy; of cJ tin to which these ft'so1u1ioHS1'] sent by Assembly! tins rejic'atedly elected the four, Rateman: a Senator from that State, I have not considered the question: of the supplement! lint I will advert to but very

1 I'U: ,',ort fflWyM'infl1tro /Jww of a majority of two votes in the House, refused 1 State Judge! *, the Solicitors for every 'ircuit i I propriety or delicncy of tho act complainedof briefly. On page 4, he says, "nor can tho!
f Report :
r 1t1u,ff br mxr. i/irwto Jr- to concur by a vote ofl I 13?{ to U, and they the Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors every by the( memorialists, as coming within the : Legislature( cancel the result which! the law*
i w-wv.
.' {,;,,,nr7 scinfaM\ ir g "PIJ/ ,fAa7 bal1." were abandoned at once by I the House, and County, the Attorneys General; oldie\ That, by} a reference to the proceedings of scope of the reference made to them by the I attaches to the votes the electors have given" I

;I''I (allt/ : I I'13, 1.J.: ..) were never beard of afterwards. State. Clerks of the Supreme Court, ifniledStates the Legislative of New Jersey: in the Congress I Senate. Nor have they felt ihemselves at I &c.; thi.- \Sl general truiam, may be admit
t' J nr'I.; examined the various IJlllot, 'Hie intiflnces of elections by l less than amajority Senators, and mlI1oth(r State oili- of the United Stalest for six years trom f libeity to apply to this question any abstract I ted. And in explanation of the admission, I

::"'flh"> Miice:(i;Moral: Assembly! and! find over of the members eUct, which the cers; that in many elections for these officers I the fourth Jay of March, then l1c:;t ensuing, principles of right, or of that system of jurisprudence would gay, that after the election of a Comptroller .
':'" i.-edand! ninety balloting by it, contestant cites at page IJ7, were seven elections there have been frequently:] from fifteen to was on that day held : which, however its principles may i Attorney General, or other State officer

::,, ,}hUi'"'rf't11i: < : : (t''r", embracing Senators, by the Houses electing separately their forty balloting, and in one case forty-right I That Theodore Frelinghuypen, Ephraim have become intermingled with our statutory by the joint; Assembly, and! after it had .

I' NlicitMW, &'., running through the own doorkeepers, rlorks, and other olliccrs balloting: *, and that the mfifonn rule has been Hali'tnan, Tnomas Chapman, and George K. regulation?, or its rules of proceedings, maybe dpclarctlllim elected, arid had adjourned, and
't" I whose elections did Drake, were in nomination (for the saidappointment J in the forms whic'i! : in after ]his commission issued to him he could
".". j. scions' of the General Assembly, !, not depend upon ihrGrnrra to require a majority of all the members electto : put seen to operate are ,

f ::1': il1 i hi IFl tli, to this tiine.T .- ] ,.1sst'm1Jl.f/-md instances, too, in determine' : election ; when 1 we see that I ; I, use in our judicial tribunals, has no intrinsic not be removed. But, admitting this, ami

(j i :, ,-'*.l fir \ j" If f the presiding officer, when- which I apprehend but little interest was felt resolutions have been ialroduccd, and other That Ephraim Bateman Wlt that time a validity in those tribunals, or in any other though the point i k not material!, I am not

l, ,, ,>-::\\ti"n tI'ihtl':;\ 1 ( MM! rtct'ivc n mijorit 'I at the tItIL'. And in thee Cle'IJidl I 'I attempts! made from time to time to abolish 1 member of the said! Legislature of New Jer-I forum in the United States. disposed to concede! that a State may not remove .

'-t''': tiiiiors elect was this' : The have never examined, not having the journalsat this lex parliamenlarln, without success; and : !Vicf-Piesident ofthe Council, and Chairman I Contenting themselves! with this brief view a Senator. If the State, in her constitution ;

\t<: :. M'vii.1 I' (''r 11'1 ( rflV'f<') IUlfIillJ rr.1 hand, I will guaranty that no intimation when we see the Legislature adhering to it, of the juiut meeting ; t of the subject, it appears to the committeethat choose prescribe mode, manner,

[_,I,1:1/:; /tuishWioruil: n :wri/ /!/, /ferre w MO : pan be found on the journals that they wereelected I as i my former: statement shows, (\I1:1.t the II That the names of Thomas Chapman 1 I the facts set forth in the memorial referred causes, &'., of such removal, T wouM fed

. r"/id.1- !, Atul! Ms: declaration is j found inl by a majority of a quorum," and I certt'Utity of leaving] ceitain important; offices : George K. Drake'cre, with lea\e, respectively to them, are not sufficient to invalidatethe 'bound! to sustain her right to do so, by impeachment -

( J.ovorv,; ever held by the Gen7 jo not believe that from the Jirti hour elf the I vacant for a t time ; and when we see that :, withdrawn ; election of Kpbrnim Bateman a Senator I for gross dereliction of duty or

:: ,;: ) .tlecU n Florida. The: journals organization of her State ;o\'rument, a stateineiit I throughout! all these uniform declaration ]by i That: the said; I'phraini Bateman thereafter of tha State of New Jersey, jim the Congress :i gross betrayal of the rights of the State. It

( :-l AvW.Uof\ i ; all i withdrew from the chair of the joint meeting, of the United States under the d.'cionl i is contended, high that the
wiiifhJ produce to the Commitu can be found on the journals of Flori; 1 the( ( ;ieneral Assembly, that a majority: of i upon authority,

th"n"'h': *. : thIs statement in the most I da's( legislative proceedings that" any oilicer the members elect-:i "contfiiulioual mijori- I i and, at his iutanceVilhiam n. lowing Ksq.was had i h the joint meeting of Assembly of: State cannot scperadcl qualifications] to Senators -

villfa4aia, I IIJ.H was iver elecb'd, even by a single house, in II 1,1/," as the( Journals term it-was necessary 1 I called to the same ; and, on motion, the I that State, on the nth) day November, 18-0. I I ; bat Florida, and! 1 I*Iit'\"e other States,

6V.i-rttKT! ; ,ivtiite'Mt't miiier. .Ucm1s: to controvert I It .Lhe case of its doorkeepers, and other oiiiceis to determine nn election, not one instance ofa I I same was confirmed by the joint meeting: ; I They therefore recommend the folloxving resolution -II III have done so. But; tIle answer to all the argument -

,.J:fj'-r I.'K-* Ucra is a "necinuni, taken from peculiar to itself by a tanjori'y of a quorum. contrary declaration can be fmnd-!surely I IIll. I That: after tome discussion as to the manner -. I : on page .1, is the case ia 2J HalsteaiPs -

t ft : <)n the :5se! it and uni- i of proceeding, the said Kphraim aate.I Rewired, That the Select Committee raised -1 IJ.I .
:? :sofii;: 1 supplant I'I'I returned to the assembly room, and resumed the and of I I do not perceive the force of the
r'I. '. >: Genera.; Assembly being en- in election by the (irneral Assembliby/ less fern auhe.-ion: to a rule can be shown.Now I man on remonstrance petition sun. attempted .
I n) :III.r. and resolution at the the chair ; citizens of the Stale of New Jersey, be distinclioii on page 5, between manner
o/a judye' the election than a ll1'ljorilt : by ti;) votes ; that I the original] passed diy
:a: i: i i te!, tJcvti-Mi} That the thereupon directed the further consideration ol! of ; effect of The "
1 hi"LMiL-iw, : iy cnnrei havfl| received yot3 a majuritv .111 the! 1! ny attention, standing aloi-e as it docs liejiie and unanimously by tie: two Houses I to call the joint meeting, which being done, : the same. :, |place," nnd manner of holding," are all

: ; rt'c.if f nineteen votes in 1 hundreds of contrary decisions: ]by the t'cbringthnt a majority of :-ill the members .I the members voting viva voce, it appearedthat I In addition to what I have heretofore said the incidents of an election. All that can bo

H, .t t, :ld! laving( Leinj n tinjority: of!I same body, certainly if it prove any thing, elect] should bs 1 required, to determine nil elections I there! were for Th 'ot.ore FrtTmghnysen I in reply to the contestant's remarks as to "pcr- conceived of manner," &c., is identical with
: II"',> HO.Iiirnitvw) :; 1 votes and! for Ephrahn! BatI (- anti I effect of votes and .
: proves the rule I by one exception. devolving upon tho ( ii>nril! Assembly, I twenty-eight suvtire arguments" personalities, ; an culc( is given to I
an:i iI Lie olect.) tlie followiu; procee dings I man twenty-nine\, and that the said, Kphmim lthat his reference to the cases of I" manner"-no effect" to another
': I will state this case at lcnt1hat it may was undoubtedly! the origin of l the lex parliamentaria : I must ? manner : -

: : Thc nnnoancou UiatMr. he properly understood, as 1 formerly] Eta- of the Florida Legislature i : and in Hatcman voted for !himself! and! was I Senators James and Summers, arc as "per t ; and I am compelled to confess that I do

Whwnpon Speaker d'cted'l eh was ajHp.akd Itt.'d[ it : commenting upon this, and upon my statement lcc.riinngl.y; : declared to lIe duly appointed. sonal' as they are persaasire, as regards not clenily I comprehend all that is snit about
L-mcaster \\u ; It moreover to the Committee: that I thoM at least. I from the manner of holding election" and the
anI the "The rule was again recognised during of it, the contestant: says : appears gentlemen quote pagos
and t'.is ou
iVoni, yeas nays 1 in virtue of# such election, and the cOlumis1sioll and 10 prescri jtion" as to "effect" of
9 : votes.
ia the! deriion were called !by the same session in the election of a Regis. The resolution] however; i is not pinduecd
runrunvncc' I I'l'i"s Journal the Senator of the Governor of New Jersey founded I "To so much of that plper\3 maybe con- (To le continued.
Fon'-aH and Allison. Tin vole was : ter of Public I.andl'e( Senate by sitting : ns a Il'gi5btllCt. )
Banuerman & IS Xaysle. I lR17, p. 102.) Mr. Hogue received, on joint It is stated in connection with a pending election .I. thereon the sal I Ephraiii! I'ateman nowhold I 'uercd! personal in its bearing, and to such of
Va M'srs. : c. ; of the United !
*, the Houses I I took of the proceedings in that, i. ? his scat in the Senate the rrguments it uses as belong to the class I TRUTH.
> .-,rf. AlJit: li, & ., 17. So sold Ueciiionva ballot: M)4vot-s; whereupon as a part I II
.h.J." Vide I3LW \ a recess. Dvfore they 'main convened in I and that election i is referred to as the first or I I :States.The. of persuasive arguments, the prompt reply I How can the love of truth: be implanted
mi.t; p. ballot the foil resolutions) instance of the requirement Ifl I memorialists object; to the validity of suggested upon their 1 perusal I is refrained onthis t and the of
\\\'h iaft'r"III't'.' *th"candid reader JravwnrJs joint. ewing were ini.iatnry: : I dishonesty society counteracted ,
t :
said : Rate-
frii :hl'-l' and figures! WII.. certiiulelectedibythe .\ I sent by the House to the Seisa'o! : majority' of all the Humbert., forming, b COil. I Ir.cctiou I this election, because: the Ilphniim occasion. The preliminary argument I First, with reference to speaking the truth.-
: < 1. JfevofwrAs! the sense of this House, with the other instances allege.: !, proof I man, being a member of Legislative i the chiming Senator has manifested his de. The truth is not merely a literal representation .
J..r.st..r trtt
t m i'\,: of i II I I.i i was la: jn,1 je ofthe southern cnel.tI.\s.1 ci rcuitcnurt'iy I that, when the constitution of this State: re- of; a MS igc. It is i Jipo I a mae he iciks..e I Council, S'ire-prefiJent the of tho oldie State two, ]honC3 and-I sgn: to manage the contest t, upon his part, as I ; it is that which! does not deceive. In .
Chairman of from
meeting will
of ,r will consider (the matter, then, joint an issue of law. lie not swerve childhood! '.
both Houses
', [L' thiu 'ljnritJ of all the in,'iubers quiies a concul'rmt'ott.' of I upon early it is much more easy to teach
: a en himself be
t' less I t'inii : Ycl sach J I the (JtMir-ral Assembly, *\, 'rhy tliiity \'ot(5. I candidate for the oifice ofenttnriii
nominated Senate which
1 the fart And the contestar.t has in-I joint vote of both louse f ? of the (5eno/al Assembly 'I i which strikes the mind upon adverting to thisview ( as a I purpose of judgment by the child, in trying its new and first acquisition -
iu11 it ; of the Ii United State :
the Congress ; he to be
iir'Tiirly! and unconsciously: set forth this i then, and in such nn event!, there II of the subject' is, its palpable) unreason the two contestants may supposed its faculty of speech, says so much with
of the
I chairman meeting -
that he joint the of
should be a majority of all those who are ableness." The contestant as strangely misapprehends | presided more or less preferred by people nori-I no other purpose than the pleasure of talking,
trc'i' acu said election
the ,
them in the Senate
: I the of the General; Assembly daring ; (da to n present mixes much
qtiahifed] as Senators and I Representatives to I object so nonsense and imtg:1a-
the f pure
( < I I'fl'i: opposite to made motion that he I
i'lijiregkion lt- taken a in the
tho resolution alluded to, ashe vote was was the state of parties Legislature, or tiou with the truth
I that is
constitute a choice, leaving out of f the number in passing it vain to
T"t ath i i- stated in i former attemptto
:: 1 : as my V paper, should be excused from voting, because he results] control!
for that have died resigned i or obtained does my object in prodacing it. I I by what contingencies were discriminate between fiction and falsehood,
I 1 the any may
:ajti'.l: t to the therefore inttrebtcd
; candidate, : ; for home consideration
al.. l.isatjoutal in the wa; a : i iI ed. Those are questions ands useless
'Ltgiilalirc arl
,! I"aIhi took ; leave of absence: for the balance of the If by I as vain. We must be very
\ \ jqijicjil concurrence his said
p f act read ii: I and, on the que.-tnn being put on I and involve unnecessary! personalities.The careful therefore how
session. "* the contestant: 1I1.lIlm we accuse children of
]iiv; tli livt: time that Lam-ester receivedtu'1y.aine pa age motion, voted that he should not be excused!, and only issue to be judgedhere : :
I t : bathe dccliwl nut *" 2. JiVsoJmAs the further sense of both Houses through the( usual! singes of a important falsehood ; we must be content to wait till "
votes; was the rthor members of the joint meeting being election. WHO WAS ELECTED ?--I
i is
En'cntinnd ,
this House that when the constitution or bill, passed), reported to I the they can themselves discriminate between
i':"" tt J. 1K> was for, and he rccuirJ divided the same and that, 0:1 the Who the law of
on ;
'ok. the
tail pally< I That is qu-stion. by
this resolution and the
nine suceesivei the law requires a joint vote of the General by him: approved; certainly 1 one other, and in the mean time when '
twi-nty-niac I voto for Senator for sis the joint meeting, elected nnd entitled to ben
i years the land was duly their
But thnt the Legislaturehad I I statements
and in thnt not :( are wide of facts let
then (\'cut a majority was an very us
i '! au J at t c ICU lime it wa* declared, that Assembly, the said! llatenrui :
Im % and without the vote of Ephraim turned I Whoever he is, that i is the personthe I
the without sni-ii formalities: merely "Oh that is
and' that
of those Senators Representatives say nonsense is
of power on-
a I
Uv Iniugno conrtitutional majority; he quorum divided he the saidL1l.rain :
aid intend
being again equally : of honda prefer, as I "
1 Executive's: sanction, to regulate people ly fun. But
elected who have qualified only, is i necessary without the I as soon as we can, as soon a3
as not rJ.tNI ; and he was finally: lfthC I for itself its time, place, and manner of electing fI : Ratemanoteu; for himself. their Senator in Congress I the proper age will permit let train child ''"
choice out us
1 ha ;; ,f to a U-autig computation the I a
( thirty being ( of the of
: \'otl majority I The transcript proceedings r Nor is the claiming Senator pursuing an
t'jf' a that have died, resigned, or obtained Senators and other! olliccrs, I do not think on all occasions scrupulously to tell the literal -
tnouiVrs: clof'tAc any may Jt'rstwhich has been
of New with which hefreSeUtS t
L'islalure i ( demand. The vote
J leave of absence fur the balance ol the admits of a doubt! ; and having this power, it extreme II truth, and teach him how to do it. This
::in. :ut t tame page, 37 and 38, the con- exercised din the Ustinl and (tie appropriate exhibited! to the Committee, does not show 1 !; himself is of a character usually regarded -,I species of teaching is one of the best exerci-
j St.'s"i'ln. '
t'Vst: FI: : made and decided before i: !:
\ what motions were sufficient for the admission a Sen-
), (O.i) tia23ili:; December the two Houses |, On the question to concur ia these rcso- manner. The contestant chooses to say. it 1 I to the "lection] ]least of! ses the mind can possibly have. Language, '
the meeting proceeded I in the At two ;
I IJ called is a 1 he relies ;" I but I say, that 1 I .joint Itor to a seat body. although it is too frequently the medium of
J tinz iiveied< : : j in j' tnt tneotin, *, entered up. I bilious the yeas and nays were mull upon usage of a Senator; but it ,dop show, that on proceeding : the Senators who have been admitted to their j ,

i "Mihe' eWtwn! of Clerk (if the 8*.}>reme were'oaa J{, nays 1JJ, and the Senate refused the General; Assembly-relied! upon its and right to that election, (the votes of the ]! seats and of course, propeily admitted, at the j that concealing our thoughts, was not given for
1 Or in other word the I A usage may exist without a right. a ; purpose-on the contrary, we should 2113'S -
''!rl Til' f.jllrtwinjj transcript from the to concur. ? usage meeting were for Theodore Frelinghuysen t session claim a similar state ofithe I
joint ,
'Hie J present endeavor
without egislalnrehad \ that ech should
dthe a our
ectaUiohcd right usage. sm as
recorded hi the will governing elections was ai and for Bate w.
j Ilhode
as Kphraim JAMKS
r.f'cin journal, 'I would sanction no innovation. I both. Rut this original resolution, and twenty-eight, poll. In the case: of Mr. near as we can make it, correspond exactly If
: tank Senate i Rateman
and that
.J fifoce : twenty-nine, Kphraim the which his election sests
man Island vote
adheicncc to it, cannot be limited upon to our thoughts and How little
December 1 S 17 consistent feelings'' is.
Pursuit On ihebameday, ((30h: : therefore
to jirevious resolution, the voted for laims(lt. The question, follows :
I "nle :and I llonse I of representative HiaH'9IIh1y tee Senate Journal, IN 17, page IUD,) the I IJ by the term u':age, unless we can properlycall which is presented to the consideration of the was" For as Charles T. James 50 this practised! cue-half of what almost everyone

.I I>mt for the c-leptioti of I Register nFt of J Houses I again went into joint pefcsion, to vote I far jmrliamerJuria a usage, for certiirily : Committee i whether this act invalidates: For nil others,and blanks 51 says is false-that is, it does not correspond
Lands and Clerk of they {'prescribe" the law ns much as atatne to the r'alstate of thoughts and feeling,
I''i'C 1'ublic
;; of
Lauds aud of for Register
Clerk Kui reiiie the election ( of :3Ir. St'MNF.R. of -
the to \\hich} they case but is said! rather in obedience
Coat."Mr.. the Court. The !IVfS'deut: of the :: could, to extent go. disbursed i to the dictatesof
; i is
Supreme ()hI the preliminary plnt'hich i the vote which his election rests
the chair declared that, The Legislature, having the power to "pre. upon kindness or politeness o- the desire; to .
.Pr(jM'nt readiness of Senate, on taking in the armimcnt forwaided in behalf of the !
*n* A' \ :nluneN much )hr.I lingua I J had o-i: yesterdayreceived srrilJ the ma' tier of electing, may prescribe was : please] wimereastlie dictates of truth! ought a- .
'nUy for till(! and that nom- ina as memorialists: as well as in that submitted by "For Charles Sumner 193
; 'cton of all the qualified! { mmLrrs it by rosulut'o i, by express rules] or by ; loae to iullaence us, and if we may not speak
I'"ni\ \\'T in order. majority honda tho respondent, and! which relates to thoii i i.hit For all others, ann! blanks 193 the
i The Con Mtution of : truth, let us at least How
Hr.Lurimcr uoitiitutcd David P. Ho offfic dcncrid Assembly, be was duly practice. Senate to loo'.i behind tl.e coaiision shall the votes elect Mr. i say nothing.
ue, of the Now why fifty
rides but from this !I often is th:
Court Thi. : Uiorizes it to make ; apait language ofgriefupon the
,% 4ltllUcibuni elected Clerk of the Supreme tongue,
; the Governor; the Committee can- who did
uoniiuated Mtukuo I : granted I by JAMES against the fifty-one not vote
inherent iu all I with
au'1revcried I the t I) do so i is joy sparkling in the and how}
I iuUflCdilI4'IV :tpeaietlfrom, grant, power eye easy
\ decision doubtThe
was ; themselves to entertain a the hundred and ninetythreevotes
\\.t, not permit for him ; one does! it
I seem to
lrJIIit'f. almost
vote of ;JU to1, and Hie ( Jen- debbei.itiveRelieving j Constitution -I compose perfect sen-
llWtc..itOft1ie vole va< by a Senate is empowered by the elect Mr. Sntxnc againstthe one hundred -
I will d- ,
the Senate
I "F0 P'1-S'U1to" ", (; House, Slessrs.s eral Assembly proceedwl) t< vote a second as 1 do. that far within to Judge of (the ((ennui.; rttiirnt, and : and<1 and ninetv-threc who did! not vote tences expressive of condolence, of joy or
.iifrith. .. when Mr. Hogue was elected bv a vote dele this question by rules lying sorrow, without any feeling whatever: in tho
"foT ..-'r.J. .#. time, the extensive law argument contained in liissupplement : qualifications of its members and I cannot for him; and.the hf'entY.nine'ott'S given to I i heart We must le.-irn to value truth above
UneEe : > 10 JirtalrAc.lJUroialea of 20. therefore be precluded by ihe commission 'm-1 YIILEI be insufficient to elect him againstthe _
iao 8' ; House State Mr. : : i all
sovereignty do
and '
.'' ".. will be that the fJen- that! it will respect things, to without this inconveiti
Here again it FCCH [ : of State from I
; .' wishes of ar.atiir from fie executive a twenty-nine who did not vote for him, but LIe
( and Reek to out the I currency of mero words of less value
hiv',! c .wp 1 o motion, the joint asseml4for eral Asfcnibly: would not sancti election so flight I the eoplo, of Flor! carry., I will not attempt a !: any inquiry which] is necessary to the I exer- voted for no one else, as was, also} the case I i Yea than French assignats.The c- .

r.: litv pirate an innovation as to devolve the upon j To ', <.is,> of that judgment. If this were not 50.1 I with part of those who did not vote for Mr. I .

(t'l' 9u "ol th'11lr or not cnn.'rowl Mr Haue a majority of \Il/he mcml/crs! yualifad!{ but review (if'zhl his authorities. preventmisapprehension : tho Governor of a State, Itan abuse of histrtit JAMKS and Mr. SUJIXCK? The right inquiry I l .
I ;
it be lending the law
professions medicine
iJiitd.i however, proper are,
be I of may :
(h'd4 dcrcd. ciiig the dii maintained its usage requiring a majority first I either from misapprehension- or design, I i then, i js, who was elected?-not according to ,
of tht.'lll.111.; i i anlllli'iuit.r. Now it have
tU"'' !1' tl.!.. all the 1J1t'IlIJersI'ct.. Air. Hogue was finally to advert to some himself the for it is from : may .
Uous to .k a recess until half. might assume to appointing power the opinion of tho Legislature, '
at much length \ occured to readers that all three
in our of these
Ii.iit t hI of an and the Assembly would] ) remaik.that quoting I
I vote
O'tloek elected ;
I by l the i Lei lature
I', !Tu.' the} Middlesex !-, in exclusion of Legislature. the wrong opinion of the appealis I
/ then went into the election of Register of Judge I Rlackstonc's Commentary on whether tho election of the i iI to the late thc professional pursuits greout of the ignorance :
"l/tjas tf o'rlocL-, r. The House rC'OIf.j I The question, made, but according of wickedness
to or mankind. If all
OJ I the nominee election! written expresMy men veregood .
of .
Ueard ?,
the Public Lands. one is invalidated by the fact that he i, "
f16O consideration intcrrvptbe I ] to the exercise ('fauthority respondent lant!. there would be need of '
li L.r received .m 1> votes nine times in succession, cile the people of Kngland E'llchntl' no priests; if"I
I I voted for himself, and! that without I Ii I Really if there be any bearing or validity,.
recew.offered each the House I of Commons in eipclling all men were honest, there could be need .
Ir. ( by no
Ch the followin rcsolu- the (;ieneral Assembly declaring upon i 110 bad! not a majority of the votes of the joint !i pertinent to this contest in arid favor of the
would! }have h'C11'S : lawyers the exercise
t or of
"1111: I that them was no election. (See Senate Jno. I meeting by which ho was declared to be e.lC'ted : contestant in the argument drawn from these any governing; ,
"iClD1J.4: Journal 1817, 1(17(. to 170.( ) Having well to have said: that the proceedings inWilkes' the attention of!, I will I functions ; and if nil men knew and obeyed :,
ibis forced discovered it.
of pages then I :
11 (a, the enc iJd of1 17SJ, i is upon two cases, have not the laws of health there
the :\, be need of 0
the Asscmbly case were on conjd no
uej} Tht w"era the Constitution of theJLrCTires \ voted fifteen times without electing, ordered, by a resolution of the I House I : )f the Committee., I reply to it by saying "that the \1.l Massachusetts. I physicians. The three callings most respect- !
: of both adjourned."Oil following clauses of the Constitution and the Rhode Island Legislature j I f -
a Cl current vote Journals The Legislature ed based
// ) the to be expunged from the among men are thus the least ,
1 :s of Uie Genera! A sem1Jh'. or where the fame day, (see page 170,) Common?, of the United States relate to the manner of elected, icspectively, U. S. Senators in conformity upon :
fcubversivo of tie I 1 respectable of human .
in the of the house, as being lualitics.Quincy
:(:1.:1.ft'; : a juiut votp of both //o sc* of the following 'solution'n ;presented of dt.'dorsHnt! election : with their own rules, their own lex I Journal

t 'ltl'rJ AcEetaUv, then, and in SUCh event, House relative to this vote : lie. it rcmlcrdby lights of the whole body" ordered! that; all he I The Sonata of the United ?t its e.11)1IIe: I parliamentarians framed by themselves; that '
there I L ou Id the Semite and House of Jtcprcsrnlaiirrs the same: time it was each St' different -I Crnn CORP1LCXCl"-.UJ. l
bea'1 1nij.Iity! of M lbo o who I composed of two Senators from .te, the manner of electing Senators differs in FOR meeting

f w- of Esi1., 1
uii. a choice, leaving out of the nuinir1 That I in the election this day by the ieneral ing the( election Rlackstoue, vi4. 1, "The times, places, and manner of holding Legislature so declares it, and that it is quite !j December 15, 1S51, among other papers received ". :

any that may have died, resigned, nil .\'sII1IIYIIlon joint ballot, for a Regi-icr lie cx 1iungc.d.-Chiitty's It also lave elections for Senators and Representatives, I possible to have a* many different! "manners" I was one from M. Dancel on the devel- .

4ithk.j Ih: leave of absence for the balance of of Public Lands of this State, John l eanl ICd. 1811 1 p. 118, note. and might Home Tooke shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature I of electing Senators as there are States, and opement of fat in animals. It conveys the ;

5t' lIIn. and Kdvvard Houston having been the only been said that "Junius"side of the thereof; but the Congress may, at I yet each one would be right and conclusive \ results of his observations on the human spe- .. -.

'Rc111ij, 2J, (ns the fiDsn f this candidates, and the said John Ueard having were both! (Willces'that all the applicability controversy. any time, by law, make or alter such regulation within its own sphere of action. Florida's i, cies. Excessive corpulency is relieved by an '., .

1Gue,1 Tuat Where' the Constitution or the received tiS B) votes, and the said Kdwnrd I consider, however is in ?, except as to the place choosing Sen. manner differs from that Massachusetts almost tbtal abstinence from vegetables and -
aw requir.s a joint vote of the Cciuml As- Houston only '2 1 vote, the said John! Heard of this case to the present question my ators." and Rhode IslanJ,but it does not follow Florida I feculent substances, and by diminishing tho( : .. ".

M.", then, and j in that event, a majority ofcUruhl i i is duly elected ; and that the re-ult of the favor. the New Jcr- The '.
j tie <>f those Senators mind Itt.prel'uta.1'ho s:1id70ting, and} a copy of this resolution, he The contestant of Rateman dwells with upon apparent conuihence the following.provision. : I lead of no State in time exercise of this the quantity: of meat usually consumed. t

b have qualified only, is neces;niyj : furnished to His EX'IIIenethe, Governor. Fry case "Senators of the United States, on the power, but is governed by her own judgment
- w & ChQic The and > called, and stood H ( in pages 11, 12, and 13: ofliis 5ul'l.le-1 the To take ink out of linen.jerk an editor ont
leaving out of the computation yeas I1:1JK'l re part of this State, shall be appointed by alone. And here I will remark, that if we ,
t\!!' tL'"ay have died, resigned, or 0 1 Jtmn.. for, and 7 against it; but Tabor, who voted I 111'n t. An examination of this will of I Council and General Assembly, in joint meeting -I were called upon to decide which manner, of his shirt. For further particulars see small .

j l.en-c of the for it, on the- following day askcJ! leave to it cannot be used to sustain any portion here the Florida I lih1.I '
absence for the balance of have assembled, at the L'1: w Legislature that of the two States mentioned or of
on.. recall his vote that ho had voted the contestant's claim, nnd that if it any The above does not apply to for
protesting shall then sit. is most consistent with the genius of our us, we" ". ;

- \" hereupon Mr. Hagncr, Speaker f. pro erroneously, &c., and the resolution was bearing upon the contest at all. his his not vote for, It is manifest from the foregoing clauses, institutions could not loug hesitate; for! have no man hills/ nor large : and as, .1: ':
him. Dr. Rateman by .
'. deciled that said resolutions having a never taken: up in tho House, and was lost; but against prescribe the mode of electin" if there bo one principle which our people for the shirt the one we have ia a cotton. ,one.. : :'
Congress may .
'ff direct reference Register of Lands was elected. The elected himself, and the ground taken against that is the -Camden (Ala) Ph 'nir. / \
I ti1 to the question for the spe- no could not vote for Senators, and that in the absence of any cling to with a vital tenacity, it principle
Ld cO lid ration of which the joint meeting General Assembly sustained its rule, and him was that a dclcgn'c to him provision by them, it is competent to the Legislaturcs that the deliberate voice of the majority,

t' 41 Mjoamt-d,were in order. permitted tho Governor to nppointow ." himself. The delegation of power for ; of tho several States to do so. It expressed upon all matters clearly within its A country editor thinks that Columbus. ,I is-, '

D": horn which an appeal was taken, and it appears from a further inspection implied that ho was to uce it not not himself be equally clear,that each State must pos cognizance, carries with it the effect and validity not entitled to much credit for "discovering -

" . of tho Journal, that the resolution was at a but for another and that he could. The New roicr seems the power of defining] ,by its organic I:1.W'1 of law, and this is Florida's j-rinc'plc:: America: as the country b so large he coula ,

t. IIot ITJ-Th4 italics in the re&olutions arc as found,} distant day taken up in the House and pass. and voice nt the same titn(> had nothing the soss constituents of its own legislative l depart-:I But tho contestant's case differs seriouslyfrom 1 not well have missed it.

\U'n.J. ed. And this is i the sole and only exception, j I Jersey Constitution, I apprehend, -I. I


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: i; Jroni .ttmr.iZ. Congress. Spscnlations about the Presidency. More Speculations. 6t'essuth
I The Sea SteU't Song. This body fecms to be doing little cr n.jthns '" The various phases! which the Presidential question The Washington correspondent of theJiewlorkHtfald Vhieh have :- ui 'pe1iresaid

p 1 come from the depth The
I, Where foanuVtt spoiklc iu brurltucM and glee ; i iTliere TALLAHASSEE : the .Senate, they have been talking over the iutrcation to know what Is going on at head-quarters. One of came tolight daring the past fart-night.the Wlowinfdeeluctiems l Stals Sir. thmert'Ohio are an.l to teTrqrla erbv-idm.ne

: the tea bov teK-s his ourls of gold, | SATURDAY FEBRUARY'S, 1853. question, and discussing the had policy (fthe the WaahingUiu correspondents of the Baltimore &*l/i May be made iu relation to the state of the very year e/ thai your m.1ie1f t'ntittmti b'ie sea,. Tt.4 4
And tnennni I Is elance Oct the mold. w
: t' : gre-cn-n-H Government On the former question, they"will doha writes to that paper thus tMr. Presidential game among the Whigs: born. Jyttrea 6reo.et ., SPWeija nmrmj
Tliere voice* Cill tw.t-t like foiiy bell.As .
it wake* in the he-art a magical; *]H-1L DEMOCRATIC MEETING. ) more than talk. The time or the <*casion for niire Fillmore has been nominated for the Presidency 1. That Mr. Webster is entirely ont of the question at the name *fi OLiIt will a if kn .thi

! t* And there, dowu there, there the gold fish roves, The Democratic Republican citizen*of Leon County has not yet arrived. A resolution of fur by the Whig State Convention to Tennessee a* his friends now admit talcs the d-1 cain be supreme importince hy Kd&n f tr me-, ,tj( f
And wanders free nid the c >ral sTRimthv and the Whigs of Kentucky will speedily follow kicked up generally, Wtweeu this time and next fail, to wluch my future was bound by the
groVea.I've requested to meet at the Court llou.ee iu Tallahassee the
arc oppressed, or mcthing fc that effect si- of the dust y
' ir&ii may pf the example. North Can Imn is also supposed and a Union party marshalled under cover my nativity. This day my wticpatkJ"The
: necn a Imrk in ite pride and glee, e>u he third Saturday in Mardi, bii'ig the 20thJ.iy lily be ]wuwed, but it will not hare a. it xiillpmbailv to l look favorably on Mr. Fillmore, and so eio the WLigs for the Secretary's special benefit Probabilities of izvd resj.
,: As it rode for e ut e u the *uaiirt sea; M f-r the of of Louisiana. What itEm Mr. Webster's this small second coincidence U that
: thereof, ftt 11 e.Ylock A. purpose not lie designed l<> have, any practical oporati>n. thu. w |popularity tidings of th,
: It was cast on shore at hush of day. this iuaPetnoenitic ".ts' North, and Mr. FillmoreV jn-pularity South, GeneralS '>. That Mr. Fillmore has not the most remote entdav will just reach Washiugte Vh.n -
>uinting delegates represent county ( latespeccli on this subject will c
: The wuters were there but the bark was away; ap| fntisfy the com- S may yet l>e run off the track. The friends of intention e>f running on his own lunik. He will eventually tots of the 1'iute-d States sit down in iu.Ln, ..
.. :! 4? And there, far up e>n the be-nding ina't, State Convention to IKLcld at Madison Cuuit try that there is no harm in tbe "intervention fur ran- (;ov. Seward begin to K alanncil. surrender to W. II. Seward, f. r the benefit e>flen. the question of internatiooal law, and **

ftr ; The sailor-Ivy weejw as he thinks of tlie past* House on the third Monday in April luxt A full attendance intervention" ccntinients which have been echang in If Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Webster would put their Scott ; end all! he now hojies to de, is to sell out your country's foreign policy. Ohio IrsMs has ne* B 11

,AI. + He think e-f his ir.e>ther-a home far atwivp' from all parts ofthe county is earnestly risque the breasts of Senators f>r months past. Time sib-[heads together, and determine, finally, which of the the government influence as high as possible! to Seward vote, by the resolution( I hail l the honor fc> &J: j tf'

: Where they pray for the sailor at close eYelay. 'DEMOCRATS. :two is to be the Presidential candidate, JGea Scott A Co.S. Ohio it one t(the briyhtttt stars of the CVW *
ted. MANY stance of (ica C"s. ppec-ch is-tliat it is due tltsvj- o-
1 But down there "neath the to i would certainly be set aside, and gratified by the elig* I. : Tliat Oen. Scott does expect to be nominated vote w the rite of two mnfions. It %ill
: : bright sea wave, tar.
;* r The a'.cay preem mos covers the loved and brave, February 8, 1Fs. tem of policy the U. S. Government observes1, and to i t nity of Lieut. General; but, in a trLiugular fight be- Mr. Fillmore expects he will be; Mr. Webster, ditto; constitutional wefcjht in the council!* wVre t- i

UN The Lube, as it slept em its mother's breabt, the principles of international law by which ehe i is' tw rn Fillmore, Welteter and Scott, (the triangle be- Mr. Seward, ditto ; Messrs. Jones of Tcnn, Stephens gates of the pe-ople's sovereignty find their

::1' t.: 4 The young bird torn from its loved eme'b neft, Plaster Paris. guided in intercourse with foreign nations' that she Vaig Uocclca or nearly so) the latter would stand the anil Toomlm. of Oa, Stanley, of North Carolina, ditto. doing the pee>[>le's will" g

.;7f; 1' r j. The mother is Kmie from the children lear, This valuable fertilizer can be had by application to should place on record her dissent from and eft I b>st chance of the three- As Mr. Fillmore loves his j (The four last named have agreed to support Scott, We pass by the soft saweler of the aWa
prut a- out inirtv. he mu.it favor the country with n fnuik Hvov.il it is understood, although he was tlu am-ptcd catidi- _. **
dash ?. _
: And the darkness oVr the tummy )hair, Messrs. DERUV & KOWI.KS, who have a few larrck on j m.n.: ... i r >- s -
L .j
gainst ticc of those acts of forceful intervention ivossuin
f his Northern abohtii'iijsts than J.rpP4oLacan.) :
of outh e> position.A d ite e>f the more a venr a- lays
the old
: 4 They From nre all beauty parsed j away from to icy mcme age ry*, page. hand f r sale Persons wlioure testing the Chilian | by vxhomsoeveT enacted wl ie-h she believes to be contrary mother corres|>oii.lent of the same paper writes in 1 m.o.) Ilie w hig party here. g nerally, expect he will Buckeye withatrowcL But the uTtinnrkdencf

w. Clover, can use no better manure tliau Flutter Paris. to the laws of nations, lest her silence should be tas vise : I IK;, us docs hikt'wi.voUV obvtiitnt sen-ant border on the supernatural We ivTre
ithstamlfn their total in the late
4. Xotw rout
: ; From the Xafchcz Free Trader. construed into acquiescence, and afford a plausible e any thing to with them
%. ..t l4. 0 Preserving: the Trees. pre It cannot hare escaped observation that the cl.anccs State election?, the knowing cites among the whigs compare ez.e.1t ti

Diamond Cut Diamond. The authorities of the city have been taking steps text for a similar ii.torveiitiou in cases where her own ofthe nomination of Geiier; ::! Scott, on the whk; t-idi?, (are confidently espe-cting to carry the next Presidency whieh are recorded of Mr. IVter JLignta in tie TOT

+ ,. ir BY M'JTZ. towards prescning the shade trees on the equai es amni l 1 rights and intere-sts. might lie injuriously affected. Gen. aid of (Je-n. C.ison the democratic side, have, of late, i with Gen. Seott. They are already working n shrewd Lie chronicles of Kctwk-k. ThereuU-r wia .

$1-; $ ; It was only a few evenings ago that I happened tobe C. such declaration bii, much increased. In fce-t, they are, at this mo- j game. Depending upon the confidence of the democrats recollect that Mr. l'ickwiak' '
iu il.'s saloon in tin's in the streets, by forbidding the foste-ning of horses or I regards a or protest a* elcmanded tby -iit, the leading e-audUatcs, i in view of their re-spec-1 ( for success, and the existing contention on one oeenhm, ,w ,
; side-table among
,. .: I' place b'ttiug, indulging at a in "a few fried" eating before going to bed. other animal1 to them, under jiain of three dollars fine j I J eli.ty, i'le-linr.tioii and hy policy. He does not propose t tire parties. It i I. true, however, that, in politics, us democratic aspirants, they have already gone seriously bout entering a stag coach, when a red-haired jtra ,

The eiyttcrs were particularly fine and thould have Thiis a g M>d rule, and one which we hepe to see -ai- that this Government skill undeitako a career e>'f ii it.tt.mi.s, a miss is as good as a mile.Jen. to work to u' e them up. Mr. SewarJ is at present jer, with an tx ui-ite now and blue spwtacU.

: engrossed all mv attention, but visions e>f doctors and ned out by a rigid enforcement <>f the ordinance. If ,, jiropngandNm in tlie event that our wis-he and symjiathies ( Sci.tts clianee f-r' nomination, on his ste. H pulling the wires at the North, to conciliate the free- Mil unpacked himself from a cab at the souitia. mrn
would intrude themselves, the letter th.m that of (Sen. Cass's. Unle ( vn. Cass soil ii.tluence. lie rolls himself! over in the Kossuth .
: f dvsp-psia upon me ; all thitfo iutercste-d in the would are not regarded by whom** ver it may conI Jlr. I'ickwick, Inquired:
beautifying manifest the
city jiould first and
ein' second ballot t, obtain
a majority excite-ment while Gen.; SettU i
4 t of the dix disturbed, not carefully kept
r very
it'jeiiiiig my Very I a.
:*: f reveries, and when I raised my head mv eyes fell up- a little zeal in protecting the trees nature has ; c.-ni-but simply tliat we place our opinions e-n record, 11i .- votes in the convention, he cat not obtain it at all..t of it-not appearing at the Congressional Kuvjue Going to IpswkiI sit? }1'

4 I' vu a rather strange looking specinu-n of humanity-heviilentIy ]1)huIte.) arouiul us. as well in in t ran.-planting others, [i I and leave t<> eircum'tanees: the rest.Tlie i-* not siipjmsed tliat the twe-thinU rule will be ia- not culling up>ri Ko-suth. nor lit any wise e-omrnitting am," replied ilr. rk-kwick.

: I r (- belonged to that class of person*, called Tallahassee would in u few years become a bower of land question has been agiun IH f.'retlme Fcnife sisttd i ujx-n, lititifit should l>e. len CKSS cannot be himself either for or against his doctrines! of intervention. Kemarkable coine-iilence. Sw am L"*

; Yauke-e-s- not a genuine Yankee, such us come from but without doing anything more t thanexiite fre h i,iioTniiiatcd. It would appear that (Jn.. Cans cannot' Seward takes care of all this and acts as committee Jlr. Pickwick bued.'S .
,. .'. Vermont State and are notorious for their we odcn evergreens. nil the first ballot get the votes of Ohio, Pennsylvania man No. 1 at the North. Kx-Govcmor, Jones,
hopes of the pasage of all the bills gruntbg lands to! or New Yoik-the first clwiice of each of these Stitesbeing. Goig outside f said the red haired mad
:, nutmeg propensities ; not that kin:1 ; lu-re we apply uf Tennessee now in this! city, electioneering to be time
4! the term Yanke-e" to th.me individuals, who comedown London Quarterly. several e>f the new States for purposes ef railrnakIt j rojM-etivcly. fcr Allen, Buchanan, and Marcy wliiij candidate fir the Vice-Presidency, IITJ taken upon Jlr. Pickwick bowed agiia"Kc 4

,. the river semi-iuinually with lumber. Well, us The January number of the Ln Q.wrt.'rF JJeviea cannot lie elisguiscd. however, tint there i is a grow- j -licitI.erf \ less the I Iiist elioncp of ultimate hitiiself to ae-t as Gen. Scott committee man No. 2, i my soul, how remarltable! am ;,j ,

: soon as be entered, he walked, e>r rather lounged up is a number unusually well stored! with articles of iiuj restlessness ii the old States lit the gnints e-f land nomination.] Tlie f for Cis fii'-nds of the Butler ir second end I Allen choice.! will un- for the South. Time Governor said in n public conversation the outride too," said the red-haired man
to the counter, behind which IL was standing und niter interest, both histoi ienl and Lit-rary. Ci'ntcnts-l. ( doiibtedly go as AVhowill with Senator 1Ioughi.rat the National Hotel,
V j Cetngrcss is annually making, and we think the I IK the secoiul ehok-e of New Yoik the positively going together. And the
i watdiiug his motioms for u moment or two broke ( aV I ---ur thirdchoice the other evening, that he had been to see (Sen. Scott rtd-Lairea
Memoirs of Russian
; c>ut with, and Campaigns; 2. Kcw ,' will soon come when there* will be Jin entire tliariije in i end inquired his views on the compromise, stating tlw- smiled as if he had made one of the strangwtcoverks ii.

.. : 4' I say Captain, they look plump, 'spose you open Gardens ; 3. Physiognomy ; 4. Junius ; 5. Highland i i tie land system e.f the Government There are imiti- I Ifou L-av will tell me the name ein whieht-hc will rest tin *tly that he ((;SeitS.) could not curry Tennte that ever fell to the lot of humn..nArriveel wwtJwa

a few raw." Destitution and Iri-h Immigration ; C. I Heron's, Note ; after iMg Iurev. \villtell yon whow illltethenoiiii- without he endorsed it. Gen. Scott replied, that he White
; j nations ill high epiath rs of a retuni to the distribution at the Horse" at WJIagnus \
nee of the Baltimore convention. (! C.iss has Ipswich, y., {
eu. should! sustain
A plate was put cfore him, and It commencedncrviug 7. Farini's History of the Roman States 8. The compromise and the Union. Ho! 'v-
them out pretty rapidly, as I thought but not ; scheme. Should the question l hic Iw-tween that scheme j oi'za.itormttle streutii unit ng the hunkers, and he may ever, he will probably write no letters endorsing the inquired of Mr. I'iekwicfc:

V fast enough for the impatient"river man ; fie e>ysterliardlv French Autocrat The writer of the article on Junius [.and the one proposed by Mr. Underwood' we think i !le their ultimate choice, utter itbandoiiing Marev. compromise.-.that H, if Seward can prevent it- "Ie>-you stop here sir C

touched the plate be-fore the Yankee would fixes the authorship of those letters upon Thomas Lord ], the new States would piefer the former. A bill to J But will. they not take up, Douglas) as a see'rm.l! eir Nor do Mrs.. Jones, Stephens & Co. wish Urn to.'S '* 1 eio? ," said 3Ir. I'ikwKI .
') )luxjk'if up with his f irk and gulp it down itt one swallow Littleton It i is said by American critics that the ar- Missouri has (third ci, 'i(e. Mid as a mdi.l.te; f-T whe-nt they can I have said tut) (;'iv. Jones was expecting the **
grant l.ind-1 to IK-CII under oi-crssion' in "Dear me, saM ilr. M: I f"ei'Lnec
more' positively pledge the State than other inJividitiL ignns
would any nomination for the Vice an
and then he flourish his fork Ixfore Ji.'sface guments'Tie in of his elaim urged Whig Presidency. He has
4 present supjx'it sue : the Hoi<*. when .Ir. UAXTOI-L, from Massae-liusetts ; ; like these extra*>rduiaay evmekfcnces.
; and cry, "Hurry I up I the cakes Wake up, old already sufceedr-d in procuring a noniinatfon from the tiling i
: 9nau !" .e.. until Iu who had always: prided himself) with such a f-reeof plau-iU3ity, Completeness :md i.nwsteney ,| took occasion to make a Fpe-exh rsr.inst the iiistribujtioti A* to Gelt; Scott, it must I* ndmittcd that, so far Whigs in the Maine Legislature very small r-nd.T.-e- stop here, tj,."

:. his d xteritv in uneasing the sea toads" 1 K-eame quite e>f -videi.ee, that to resist them is almost jut- of h.ndst-i the old State, and hi fivorof the most as there is any whig organization; in suiv one of the t mont, to be sure, if they acted independent? !v of the

s excited. At last, in reply to some cutting poke ol the possible.C.zT"' iK.n-slaveh"ldini States, it is w holly iu the hands of j free-s. ilerS : but nevertheless, their number ia large Another CrockettA

Yankee, It said iu no very gentle torn"Look __ __ _ __ liberal grants to the new States. Mr. HANTOUL'S view t ti the free-soil whhc) : 'I'l.esml:,! not nominate him | enough to get up a cancu. (losJones n-.ay thcrefon writer ia the Jacksonville .Vt.ea bnattcfquaintauce

r here Ii lend, you seem to pride) yourself em GOPEV; makes his appearance us regular as i ii, that the old >5tites will IK- most ben -fittcd by such 'in Pennsylvania! and Ohio, and though! the State ticket be sail to have hicemi fip-t in nomination in the who, in the course if a it suit ,

being a fit e-ater. Now, Ill bet you 20 I e-an OJHIInysters dock-woik. The J/nrr/t number is received I a di-position ( f tIme, public domain as will s.x>iicst secure ; I with which hi- ,irunc was combiued was defeated Eribt He will, eliHilrflcs*. harp a strong opponent in ncf(n fa
already ; in cici! eiisc, yet it was not by a majority that frontier of this State since its early eettltnwit.
i may Abbott Iiiiwrtnce tancUIHT.IIJ
: faster than you con pick them up and swallow the settlement and with time Boston Atlas tr his or-
p : them, and not klflrv." -ahead, \ve Iwlieve, of all time other Maguri! .'. The prosperity of the new States |In-) taken; i iia elecisive the result of a contest between I jran. This hauler, you will recollect, was the fir.t in all creation over the quantitY of ""Tarmmt, be

411 don't like to be bluffed oiTiu that way. stranger," illustration,, areofa very superiorcharacter awl worth He urges that New England cannot much longer j' :Scott and any eleinocratlc nominee, and under all cireUlI.ti.imCC5. New England to come out for Ge-n. Scott more than has saved, with one. rile tnisty oll1? yj,

MVS the Yankee, "but you are a little ahead of my alnaist the piiee of the JJook. maintain nn asce-iu'encv! in manutieture. and business -' a year: ago. Lawrence has the rnott money, end Jon*s
I (it n. Seott Was nornnated. the either bv the the shai>e of a rifT day
a. pile. S'poec you make it plO. and! I swoa ifldju'ttake will lie transferred to other States and that t the most brains ; but as the v.higs genenllv think
'' ; \ Whigs of Maine. He i is undoubtedly the choice of of th ed by him after this iSmUI :
von, and give you five A.T a starler. the pattern States must lock more < former than ff the latter, ami as Mr. SeWard -
to !
p Tliis; was agree.lto! anti both parties pulled out Indian Intelligence. commerce nnd imi.pitii4i i the Wl.'gof New-York, who ar frce-soilers. It prol>:ibly fancies that he him e-lf yiosje ses brnia Ieers, .f"OO" Ahlica ,,

their money and dcjiot.ited in my liHi (KAfterall We copied from tin Jacksou\illc Rqotlkan last a* their chief interest. It is a settled feetas he ; Would'efin, -flite.: that the Teunessee Whigs} will enough to answer all the practical purjioses of then Turkeys, 4rOfltt7eie ,, 3

c was fixed, 41. delibenitely ojiened the five week, a brief statement of the capture by Capt JAIINAKAX says, that little revenue from the public land'ill ever (j'iigain 'go f.-rhim in the Coi.veution. It i.s probable that he 'xt administration( viding it should I I.e Whig. I Tigers -JOt 'Karawiw,
lie to start with and then rolling his tleevi-s i will l ic put ill trim, on hi* part; in f.ivorf the CoinI am rather inclined, to that Abbot will r- 70; "
.: was up <>f two Induins, found outside of the Indian be allowe-el to reach the Treasury, and ('fLhl the predi come out :urs, 4. lWTre. .Votetlis.y'
to hi* elbows, called out to the Yankee, who was I 1.rn.iimmeasurs.. Mr. Seward has already agreed I first best,' and be the Whig candidate for Vice Prtsi- Wolve?, :0 'Opssums, 475
t-tHtiding f, ik ii: hand, anxiously waiting the commencement )JOWIIL11V. Below, we give Capt J's. own vcision of 1 various schemes for its absoiptioii, that of building up j ;th.it the fre.-f oilers sh-dl not withdraw their support eleut" Wildcat, 6V I xes, iiyE

S Now for it" The words bad hardly the affair, asfrwardcd by him to the Executive of the i the new States is the Lest, even iniew ofthe interf -i :froiii him, e>n account "fsiuh: a elee-Iaration. '1 imI-Il
least f bnndred taeves.
:? s at >;nr During tii,
left hU mouth before l he had added iinothe-r to the State: ('ts the old States. In a speech made bv_ Mr. tnlerwuINI !! '(Sen. -ottisRure of t the Whig nommatioii i just as sure The American Bible Society.At time the rifle with whelm the above nxtrnw.
I as he is of l. -ing evenS cithern State in the election late of the Board of of this *
plait and then a second, and third, followed eaehin "On the *'d February, (instant,) I l left again, accompanied ( i he admitte-d that the oM States have no ; a meeting Managers number of aninu l lIVeS have teen taken, has rtetnH

quick suevastion.' The Yankee was not idle all with live nun from Tampa (one of whom) chance of of laud for for no one pretcmU tkit he can carry any Southern Society in New-York we notice some interesting items 'our neri' it'-ck-t, and is IH>W in jjoenl f>rd -r. and tapIe *-
ever piocuring grants State T, < and those wln bett informed
any pur- except iiii" see. > are {
this time, but lad been stowii.g them at a rate "
away its :bT e.f Time Nimn-d" well
was Captain Spaikman.) making my eommand, in concerning operations. Six new auxiliaries werereeoguizd killing as many nn-re.
art certain that he cannot that.
that threatened soon to empty the plate lafophim..- all twelve f-r the of carry known to the writer arvl! has ben HT anmcKrcfy
men, purpose i-lost-ly examining of which ,
IL was l jinning, to look blank and 1 was just thh.k- Another se-heme connected with thJqucslion is being Tlie cliano's to IK- taken are to carry him L'sa two were in Kentucky, and in
our cattle rnnre. At or al >ut twenty miles south and *ars-is a resilient of Ahiehua connty iu tin State,
ing that the was going to give and! "acknowledge strictly sectional vote-a frre-i-*.il vote. Thischuicewoulilperliajw Ohio, Alabama, Illinois, and Micltigan one each. Interesting
tip wist saw sigia'i of Indian fet and fillowed I their trail rt-newed. Washington corn 510hldCIat "f the and has represent eel tliat county iu the Lower bmifhe
be tatter if tlie friends Webster -
all of .Mr.
the corn, when suddenly, by a dexterous twitch, he at a hriJrate for aUrtit fifteen miles vc-ttrlv, s1.iuiVe j i Cliaiest! n Co'rkr thus notices it: and Mr. I'ihliite'rtarm.l Mr. should into intelligence was received from different parts of the.Statf LegL.Iature-lmas teen an active pur&vpmt
threw* me ou the bar c-tuuter. Yankee stopped n moment to them, luniic | CLiy come our own and! from lands ia ra all the Indian fijhts that have occurred about
came up previously passe-d country, foreign regard to ;
mna'iyrectity A1 thw is the session f.'iIan the of (;iui. Scott-but, for various ,
to cry foul, but seeing 'liat one ha 1 lx'n gained : projects, an old one support; reasons,
deserted The e.ii4.til his and ha< had four or shot at -'retl
l Rrefair
of I Iwarrior
eimp |iarty one the rnny.
for giving hmds tab the landless, the as I luijht thisknotto be e-x .ccted. Bible cause. Letters were received frora the
on him by his he-sitution.; swallowed it dust mwd all. throughout Unionlu [ "
0 his wife, iiiotbtr and I child, whom we caj'tureiL skins, w ith the me old footing ron. ItisttirtopreiDue.
The next one went clear over the counter on the llmr, Luckily. lia\iig: a g'Xnl inteqirotcr with us (Mr.Krudrick. ( :* IK-CII reived.. 'Hi* bill hj* l leii I bought forward Itev. Dr. Stiles, who has been laboring in Georgia and freiQi the result in other easf that three cf

; ftiid( the next and the next The Yankee ideally] .) we Were nutbUil to "lean botneiiif.imati in the I heie, under the auspices of Mr. ANHRKW.loiiNs.x James Buchanan. Alabama nail elsewhere with encouraging success. these shots at least were e-ffectuaL Withal, Be is tn

began to see the game, for instead of losing time expostulating from them. 11i* Indian elated that <.f Te-nness, It gives"land to "every I roam,, This In ftituJ a cltver felluw and aunum.
<>u atiilxMTMi'C'eukies distinguished gei.tletran while on a visit aflw France, recent events, by deranging business and fiiueLkig : ,
went t-crambling over the floor afte r the maid and widow"v.Ito v.ill jo and oecupv it. It u ad- .
oysters, which now flew to all comers of the room, only plenty; were'fthj drive near l.irn oif, plenty\\lw! kill CO-white"" ///*nmmisefws don'tdi H-ated on the ground tliat it will re-feasc the old days t-iife to U'climund, Virginia was imited to a m indu-trial ojicratioas generally, and crippling the resources

waiting to give them a wijMm the sht-ve of hi* it'-iufoniuition whieh lbeie\et 1 ]
enat before cngulping them. Thus we were kept inS 1 for out of _>,( ()"> hea 1 of cattle, I doubt whether I 1-t-iu-tits ofthe public doiiciin, amoni; the* people Of the i iieild C xtract the f..hlowirig icrm1&capTmsVe commend tliem I the Bible work. Hence the necessity for greater exertions AiEXASfcFfc HAMILTON STEPUESS writes !letter
doubt which would lnat until II. the climax States, who are not! likely to obtain di-' a Img
capped could find half now. On thi warrior was found aJmmjr 1 :uiy rnre to such dci.KM.-raU! as uiay have been divided ou the than ever by the friends of the Bible ia this
by making one alight-accidentally, of courac---nyhtin lie order nt In-iK-fit from it Tl.e n.-; States will iW t.i..so to the Chronicle k Sentinel, in wLieh lie vehe.
to the
: purporting an on Quartermaster
: the tfit fax. The astpiiilieL man gazed! for a moment ]i f-T' eomjK-nsiition for tliiity-tliree h hogs deliveicd I at :;] it. and if the merbrs: from the old States favor it. the conprot.ii-e : country in their behalf. A letter wa received from ment'v objee-ts b> the sending of d klegates to the Ril1timnre

at the oyster, as it lay half e-mbcdded in the dirty Fort Meade, with the signature so torn; that we could bill will jiroleiblv r'4- An e-arly'day las been assigned lInt wl.il-t I cannot accept the dinner. I slu'I ever St Petersburg, Russia, gratefully acknowledging the Convention, ca reeosanended by tie talon

,; saw du .t "HIU! then dropping his fork, made u not make it out Thi satis-lied me that he was oiieof for taking it 'hi." est cin tl e iavit.iti-m from &<, bully e>f Virginia's most all promised by this board iu jjub'Uhing the RevalEstlionian members of the last inonts. He STmahitaitUDg
coat tail out of side door. timiuishcil, 'iel tirnabl" the
straight of
a those, who agreed to emigrate a sons, as one prondet -
srime two years New Testament and Psalms. Another
As the door cloi>ed ujton him all hands joined in a The Indian called IJmsi If I,brother-in-law ago. honors of mv life. Your su.cient and renowned the present position of the Uiuiti putr,
( a How J"ij<, Arrival of the Cambria.
laugh at the of the hero Common\venlth has Ix-cn the from BL-bop Boone, at Shanghai, iu regard to the
expense vanquished and Kiid that time Mu-cocuku stay nott of their ti.iieon Tlie | ever jHcuur guardian and recommends that delegates be sent to the Washington
Steamer Cambria
in whieh It's voice was most conspicuous but a woful I. ike fimn Liverpool brings date* of State Itigl.t and tie firm supju.rter ceitiatitution- Scriptures in Chin Several important adilitijrs
-- (i p liuting SoutLj Convention called by the Union 4 Alabama
eliange} came over Mi* countenance as he examined the Forcing the waiiior to pilot tic, we hail icdwctwardly ] to the 7th; inst. Cotton was in in )d< rate demand in i al lil* rty, of law an I of rder. When, therefore she were made to the agents of this Society, viz: The party

ctikes which I had just luuided him. You may judge only! a few mil<*5, \vluiir<* ili jiroce ijventlthem. the Livcrjtoolmaiket, amid pri'-es w .r.' in favor of buy- eudop-e-s with h< r :iJprI.Iiitil'ii, a'iv of my poor elF,rts Uev. G. F. IVirce, in Georgia Kev. 3Ir. Iliyltsa, in : w Licit H ti> meet after tLe RJtinore Cutiveati -
Low the laugh turned when he exclaimed, i hi "a voice- It then I to serve the l'OimIitTV.1.er commendation is :; sure gunrJiutec ; -->n. We notice that all the rn uj which 3Ir SnrsresJ
being night, we agreed to wait until t rs, Tlie circulars, however t to what the
as Was
vary ia of Rev. F. T. Mitchell
not unlike the rumbling of> distant thunder, "Ce unter- day-light, as the ground would not admit of th'.t: these Live IM-CJI deve'te-d to a righteous} Kentucky, place resigned. throws in this letter is daubed on to the XortLert
i.ightwoik. -
a fvit, by the eternal !" In the monjiu,;, leaving thejirisoners j inJiirge I i actual decline some quoting it at one sixteenth, and j i ij euuse. You are pleaded to rifer in fmvoral.ot.rmn4! to the IJev. Jonathan Lyon, hi Tennessee, Rev. Wm. IL democratic farty. He single out the WflmoK ftes-

of S I with three j others at one eighth of a jx-nny. The sales! of the week my rec-eiit conduct' "at home, in defence e-f the fcderal Peanie, in New-York and Rev. Mr. Blake in Florida.
the Capt proceeded mui cautiou-lv to | ton King ILuitoui", au-i Van Burens and bulls thna
Harmony of WhigsWe their camp but found them ab-ent aj'parrutlv imn- [ comprised! -13CKl) l hZt'.t.S! of which} twelve thousand |! etui.tith1tain and laws. This was an easy ajul igreeab'e Important made l both of hooks and money.
tk occasion two tho ta-k ljc.i'jfe the of grants were as specimens of the cloth oil of which the Bui-
a day or ago to note tin their laid ; e-ojte Pennsylvania up
wry ?, 115 things were out of tlie h
up rea oftheir j were taken by peculators and eis thousand
Iices made bv the southern wliig, leaders and journals hogs. Ix-aviii} four nidi at this pLiec eoiieeale l. cxjH.rtcrs j have ever K-ui as loyal and f.iithful to the Constitu- In particular, it was revived that in addition to more Convention i is to be made, but has not a word to

when GencriA Sett's name is mentioned in their hearing taking the three witli me, I found it here to caclu j jKv tion, tlie Union, and the rights of the sovereign States abut 23,000 already pledgee f>r different -reign auout the Seward, Cuiaiit, Pavises, et ulgtnti

for the presidency. The following, w hich we copy dismount to trail them, and had gone but necessary u tli"it di.tjincc .-- (:i.\vn.-Tlie Quf-r-n ilelivfreil her speech at the ;j of which it is compo-ed, a-> the people of the ancicLtIJomiiiiini objects, the following suras be appropriated and paid say it is notoru-u >utn-I the Xeirthfra Uligparty.

from the ISew York Kxpress, goes to show how t lie- when we heanl the var-1aw1>, :,md ew dipt. H.in opening of Parliament 'n the 3d inst in prson.. J Sue [ theiuM-hes. To have pursued a dilf-retit: the oifle41who, *, ee
wind is in native State therefore have been so soon as state c-f the treasury shall permit, viz : We inft from tLi.-t little e-ireuaistaaee that 3LS's. .
blowing at the Nortli' and the complexion of full chace, ('f'an Indian but l 1'.t )him course row we>uld. r
owing to the repn'sente l her relations with, foreign and the
the whig *>up] | ort which Ocneial Scott may th -recount inultiplieity of bay-gall near uc. Separating again., jn.wers |' to resUt the stroug current enlightened public ojiinion For Northern India, >3OOO, China, 5,000. And wrath is more particularly stirred up bccacs thprop'stio'n
; uHin. Tlie Tribune's position in regard to the i conditir of the rc\enti" as sati-f.u.-tory. and called attention sums of :*1,000 to each of the
in about half:ui hour, C.iplain S. aw: another, wlioideiitly fallowing Missionary was made to send delegates to time Jfxotritlc -
*-lavtry issues iiwcll known ; that of the New Bedford hofctile he to the Parliamentary: lU-fonn Uill.In I purposely refralum from (hiileussing the e.rigmal merit Hoards
.. c \ was as would m ither lay douuhi : Am. Board of Com. for F. Missions; TSoard of
Mercury is sulMautially the same ; while the New the House of Commons was demand of the Compromise bee.r.i-e I u.-ider it, to employ Convention ; had it been to the IH/y/ va
-> arms nor conic up, Capt. S. uming there an explanation
York, hxprcss is n'cogniscd as a chief organ of the Fill- others near him in) ambu'-h from jx-r his conduct On wre the -d relative to the cause of I/ird PA! MEii-TO'5 resignation th-j expresMxc.C language of the B

more or "silver-gray" jxulion ofthe whig party : arrival of C pt Sunuuciliu, the JmiIimn; ran with a saddle fixed tact, a. nuist imK>rtu.t ctuictmvnt of law, the ag- Missionary Se>c. of Metli. Ep. Ch; and Missionary Soc. sometimes makes a great difference n lose ox it ii Lat
That a MAX'S LNKMIKS ARETHO OF IMS OWXHOI>E- on his back, and wns fired upon} by Capt Sfcirknuiti to which Lord Jonv Hrs-.KLi. replied that itati"hi or distill,kince of w hieh could do no ]Hijsibeg of Metlt Ep. Ck Soutli. To JLodros Kile Sccu-ty.

HOI.D is often verified in the attacks made 1 by profess'cdly cailsing the Fuddle to fall with) a lull hole lyinl I'Ai.MrIoIoX: had treated time Queen's int rroga- ol, but might prtHluee much positIve e\iL Our noble *2,0 whig |uipcisuiK'i the honest w his administration. in it hih saved this tories with and liad nctnl of vessel e-f state, freighted with the hopes of nmn-
evidently Indian. CaptSummerlin contempt iudej>endently I *.>'.iO. This mikes in all the sum of *S3,500 cw-: An interpolation has been made ia tit naxs
The New kind Imtli for the an-1 future has
Bi-dfora Mercury, which i is out fir ( eimer- airlired at too lonj shot l? presu.t generations
ul Scott though borrowing its hostility from the 'I'ii- south end of Lake TojM-kelc a a, the liug t-igns now of near Indians the his colleagues, in approving of the illeg-.d cc"p iTitat passed through the mint d.mgerous breakers whieh now pledged by this Society f>r the foreign we rfc. It of the Southern Union party in Louisiana, as the Uf

.. ,Imnc and papers; of like free-soil tcuiJeiicics, i is talking wei l. - in tiiis w IMWe : great length, and was severe -'ii his late colleagues out the storm. Ioth! those who supjx-rted the lueusuret p.utrr.-The Fnof
a. jH>ny signs in abundance. Deeming it projur to sejiarato very uji made to France, *2.0oO, u is hojvel, will be paid Coxsim-nox.ti. Usios WHIG
cannot dismiss this sUlj'Ct without expressing mar command: again, I hit the prisoners' with but di-1 I not improve his jiositinii.Xeaily of the Compromise a.sju-ti itII neces.iry.. mid the nioiitli. and the retnaitu lor next muntli. this morning speaks of the '- ConstitutienalWhi C11
our ojiinion of Mr. 1'ilhnore's conduct We think it tlnne who, legardiii' them ifi a ditk rent light, yet aein present Wbat
Capt. S, with! fie men, jti-t s-ufliciciit to drive the I one )hundreil : unjust ami ungenerous, in the extreme. I5y accident hog;, and! carry (ItT tia- l igyig > of the prisoners, as I ] (jUieMOI them f.trthe s.ikeofthe Union h.ive; arrived Finality of the Compromise.Vashingti.n the Built! tin mean I Arc not all of our pohitidT2 r
IKS will have acted the part of Piesident for three did n<>t wi.li tJiem to Lse :un tl.ing, mel liad jmuiii.-e-l Firth in nonsequciH-c of the bursting e.f a reserveiir.FIIANTE at tlw sinc ( .hivItUoom-thmat it must and sluill bee.xcc'ited. ties constitutional I If so, why speak of tLe "G**
J vcars, w hen he was only elected Vice Presideut. this: to them.Vhile was quiet The Electoral Inw had estnblih A \ ceirrespornk-nt of the iSalttmore Sun tutioual t"tiiairiV.iii party f" .Just as thocgn otr

That ought to Keti-fy him, because the vice presidency \ I WBS imlswnt l Iregretto Mate that the warrior - every practical purpose, adopted sj,e-aks in high terms of the kite letter of Mr. BvcuvxAX tics were r.ot Ce>n titiitk>naL TbewLLj are ert

was beyond )his fair deserts. However, he owes and his wife ereajM-d from Captain Sj ai kimiami. made the same platform, and have re-solved to sustain itag.iiust to the Virginia invitation, ia which he endorse the ofpimprtiM names. They now have tret&hed t4'
: the success., such as it has been of his administration while them thicket tan the coiniii'.n enemy. Why, then, should! tl.cywra1)1 selves into the "Cem'stitutJuDal Unk \VhigF"lion.
leading tlmnigh out '
a ing an ax 'dKjuaw ( I compromise measures as "n finality-a fixed fact-a
to Mr. Webster ; liecausc 'Webster is an old! man, his mother mid cliild uNnit and Sjs'-Ait, attempt lad \is en made to assassinate !'-, and divide, nut I wa>to their ChIer..ies. nOt res-
one half
and a hundred times more eh-scningof the presidency years old, behind. !II-! wis lired at by Mr. Kendri'-k a : the Quce-n. fn-ctiiigthe1 main ipu-st ion, which has already been de- most important enactment of law, the agitation e>r elisturbance -

: than him-nlf; U-causo there was an implied obligation, 1 but witliout doubt inirbcd. I think it"proK.-r to state, rinitively settled, but in regard to the process which of which! could do noptssible good and might : r Henry Clay, tne regular

.' on the" part of Mr. Fillmore to make way for Webber. that Captain S. was compelled to IK- off his| guaid, as The Orange Trees. has brouglit them though fiom eliffurt-nt direeti ns, to produce much jwsitive evil" The correspondent says : correspondent of ihe ITiiludelr.hia Ledg ?aj'. isIO"'*'

we hud ii', pniMons.. and I h-J: directed him to kill We are happy to perceive that the Orange troc in j jI the same eoncu' ion '. Alsivt. all, why should the And in conjunction with the above patriotic eleelaratiiii somewhat fatigued, from his late exertion on illS
The Tribune finds nuts to crack in the following : ''strength of the Democratic of the be impaired ing
the first beef Of maine be hhou'd party country
$CP, i which madeit of Mr. Buckuein I Would also state that either -
I F-ast: Florida, the St. Aiigu tn! <> Anritnt City of fean w*
"Miu FILLMOKK'H Tlie nays for the medal and great
.; nixisieiN. only journal of iicwMnry itt tirmiop to I IH> a little di.-fcince from them. and its ascendancy jeoparded any suehI Mr. Natters of other occasion of presentation,
rmrity which flies for President Donie'lVeI -te-r,'' a- The Indians were treated by UH with kindness. I j the 11th, have lieeri but slightly injured by the recent I cause f fVe who believe, that the triumph of DetnoI and I substantial ', I'uion Mississippi lenuxrat', or(I some hop the appellation good entertained that he will not beatle to leave VTa-ste

:a nt iu head, has the following pungent editorial in its told them plainly that we would, do them no kinn, otld weather. We are inclined, to think it will trim I I erratic: principles i:, esceiitiul, not only to the prospe-rity as a distinction from other Democrats, will soin ton. The writer adds : I eio not wish to flatter tw

last" issue ; but would bend them to their agents at Tampa-that out to 1 be a positive benefit by the destruction e.f the ofthe Union, but e\eii to the preservation of the Con- become obsolete,)will shortly introduce a staunch compromise with deceitful of his but wO*
Tilt Mtt. FlLLMORK. We learn and if need! public hopes recovery
WITHDRAWAL OF they were out of their and stitntion, ought reeiprucjilly ti' forget, Ijc,
boundary' killing our cattle, resolution in, the House which will be 511d1
'f from u reliable source at Wabliington that Mr. Fill- which made us take them piivincrc. I was particular orange insect which has so long infested them. It is | to forgive the pat, mid cordially unite with our politiical tlw State and, sup- rather prepare them for a national bereavement,

more has give-n hi* w >rd to Mr. Wter! that he will ill explaining to them that we did this on our; own individual a curious fact than the Thermometer did not indicate i brethren in sustaining for the future the goiHi l old ported by Itights men pass. as would unstring all our nerves and plunge thenatwo

not allow his inline to be used at the whig convention rc-j>onsibility, HO as not to e< mpromie the any greater degree of cold at this place tlian at Smyr I! i-aurfe of Jemoeraey.) It must be a source e.f deep and The Democratic frieiula ef finality will accomplish in .

as a candidate for the presidency. He )has frequently United, States, or our State, in the matter., This Indian na, fiO miles further South, while at Mariana, in West listing; pleasure to every patriotic- heart, that our lielovcil their purpt>sc with far more certainty keeping the mourning.tar _
mid this in Mr. Weiiste-r'ehearing since the dissolution left, his and rifle with hut I country Immis so Iwpjiily jKissed through the late of the kills of and tie W
jKiny us-w mutt do Compromise out Congress relyingon Tribune boasts that
New York
'ftbe I'Ioi-i.la. not than -10 miles further North it was fifteen The
last more
Congress ; aii'I l when it was imbliely announced with them ? trying and dangerous crisis. The volcano lias been ex-

; : that he laid decided not withdraw hi-* The imaw and '' .Id are at my home, and I will degrees colder. If the result shall Ive extinction tii"uishe, -
I name, Mr. Webster was astonished. A coldm-ss at keep them until T -ar from the agctita."AARON of the orange insect, it will IK remembered as long, for [ apply a fire-brand at the present moment to the conibiMible fresh from the people. A Congressional declaration Whig National Convention. is of the Scott striptw
t once spruna between} them, when Mr. Fillmore sent materials whieh still remain, : anerititioii is final settlement of the slave
JA RNA( IN." good as was the cold of 1635 fir its disastrous effects may j pneluee that the ccmpromisc a over. It points to the significant fact that the O"
to Mr. Webstera
mcKHage, the tul tane-e of which was to overwhelm both the Constitution aud! the 'J\fHj)
4 us etatcd above. Whether M r.Filhiv>re will withdraw We learn that letters since received from Cap. J, upon the e nuige tiees. Un'ou. rv difficulty will tv of little worth, because it can give thus arrcd t< from a District which can gfff-

his name or not i* more than trt j>retend to blOw ; fctate that during his necessary absence from. home, time assurance of peace only BO long as the members making majority in a Presidential election, and is* iU(1adjoining

4 f but we believe he wiy. his chaticft are about the old srjtnw mentioned! above committed suicide by Mrs. Forrest's Paulino. Gen. Scott. it are permittee to retain their seats. Such a Erie county, the home of President Fffln KV

: tame There whether is no true fi-ewilhilratrior whig in the holdt country on,'not" one who lianging hers -If with pieces of string she had secreted Time New York papers state that immense crowds Tic N. Y. Tribune regard the matter of running declaration will be of no binding force on any succeeding Hall and Havens. The delegate was one of Gen rTaylor's

,. wibhe-s eucccfcS to his juirty who devires the election in some bundles of bear skins. The poor creature arc attracted to Brougham's Lyceum to witness the GenSe-oTTfor the Presidency as fixed, and does not Congress. Congress cannot stump finality upon appointee, but wa relieved from Jutj V

a whig President, who will assail Mr. Fillmore after doubtless fancied that her captors intended the most performances of Mrs. Sinclair, late Mrs. Forrest On'mIon.hay think a National Convention as at all necessary. If iU own acts. But a party Convention is another mat his successor.

the above fashion, nor can they do HO with assurance the ICth sk in the Lady ter, and especially will such be the case if the Soutliern -
any violent her life night ,
measures against and under the influence played one dhcld, it will only be productive of mi-chief.
Sands of Gold.
of fcuccess to the whig cause or their candidates. insists that dclaratiou of finality shall
of this fatal error, she thus destroyed herself! of Lyons. The critics say- all the States which likely to Whig democracy a
: Indications like these clearly presage the doom of Says he, are go Evllrnte of fully.-Refusing to toke a
the southern whig It is to take Gen. Seott either Intelligence from Tampa announces the arrival nt In the fourth act she made her Itost points, as when at all-including Kentucky and Tennessee-will nominate be mad by the party with whieh we are to act. anti being surprised that the people laii St
without any definition of his position, or else with that place of Gen. BLAKE,with the Seminole deputation in reply to Bcauscant she"says, "Sir, 1 have no fear eif WinfieM Scott by Stat Conventions, if necessary THE TI-K.X or THE TIDE.-The New York Mirror per ignorance.Evidenfe.
: ruch u one as will suit the Tribune, the Mercury, the you even, in this house. Another good imint was
.. Albany Evening Journal, and the free-soil whig) leader from the West It is to l be hoped that this gentleman where she says, Sir, leave this house. It H humble, and choose Electors to vote for him. And, no states that Messrs. Jacob Little Je Ce,the well known of TenurlouxntM.. Rcaehng a

like Mr.Setiator Seward, for whom they speak.In will lie successful in his efforts to persuade the Indiimi but a husbjuid's roof, however lowly, is iu the eyes of matter lwi\v the Dele-gates to Whig National Convention Wall street operators, liave realized some 250,000 by per that another man pays for.Eeiek.i' apape

S States like Kentucky, Tennessee, X. Carolina, to emigrate. We have no confidence, however, lod and man time temple of a wife's lir." She pronounced may lie chosen, it will nominate Gen. SCOTT the rise in stocks, and other lucky changes, within the of rrogaTh.Suh'ieribingtO itead of flung it

., and Louisiana, this regimen will put the whig party in any pereuitive measures. Those Indians who these words with great empliasis and clearness. fur President Such n Convention may elo sundry List three months. Delaware and Hudson, of which and lending it to another,
to a severe purgation. Already it has brought before The audience t<*ok the point, and applauded future refere-nc
the leading whigs there the iinx| >rUuit issue, whether could be readied by gentle means have long since gone vociferously. An eminent, critic who was present says foolish ami mischievous things-things calculated Messers. Little it Co.told an enormous amount has I'eiJcnee of ifakonesfy.Takmg a DCWSFF

h they will prefer justice to their section or fealty to away. Those remaining being of a more turbulentcharacter that there has been no debutante equal to her since to emltarnuw the party in the pending canvass and recently advanced twenty-five jwr cent The same keeping the publisher out of his just dues.

I their party-a whig administration with the slavery will remain until force is applied in such a Fanny Kcmble reduce (l Jen. Scenr'rt inaji.r'mty-but uo Convention can paper state that Simeon Draper, Esq., made the Evince of Good Se-TyK your* '

: agitation re-opened by their own act, or a democratic way as to convince them that the authorities arc in be got together of which n majority will vote to run handsome sum of 20,000 by his recent purchase and promptly, wLetherowbg to pubhshew of ueW5P or P'
administration with the maintenance of tlie Convention in Georgia.A necessities
existing earnest They have baflled the Government too the the rocks when they might just as well Place. or others, who contribute to your
long ship out sale of the lots in Astor
;, Adjustment as a part of its policy.Washington Un Call for a Democratic Convention appears in our else never contracting debts.
,. .I ion. already to despair at this late day of being able to do carry her gallantly into port with the signal of triumph or 0ggbt tO P1
Georgia exchanges, to appoint delegates to the Baltimore SENATORS FROM Missfcaim.- WALTER Ii&00K1'Wlilg, mat tee call MKhisdcbtsifheean. bP b'
it again. streaming at the mast-head. Politicians are Every man ought t
I Trlfffraph to Cuba of Carde Convention and select Presidential Electors. The ADAMS democrat have been elected! to
-J-OAQM.V GI-EIUKOCO, and STEFHEX and 'wom1'
understand that the
We most intense excitement to perversities ; but thAt of preferring defeat he emma Every man
: flap, proposes, in a letter to the New Orleans Courier,, Convention is to meet at Milledgeville Wednesday, prone many the Senate from Mississippi-the first to fill Governor neighbor-if Ecevy man
construction of prevails along t the frontier, and that Cunilies are breaking to victory is not among them.ThtanLIn to get married-if they can. E1
tbe a floating nib-marine Telegraph 31st March next We are pleased to learn that the FoeYTEs vancaucy, which expires ILls March, 183,and his work to suit his custe-mers-if be caa should
from Sable in Florida and retiring into the interior. This is but
Cape to Key Went, and from up a Every 'w
gloriou work of re-organization is progressing most the last in place of JEFF. DAVIS, whose term expires should please his wife-if fo can. W(5 5bould
thence to IDcacas Cuba. The distance article Florida
from Cape Sable natural consequence resulting from any Indian alarm.It copying an on the Conference husbaad-if she can. Even
IL is 150 miles and the eatbfaciorily in our sister State.t 4th March, 1857.MISSOURI. please her ETerTla-
to cost of the wire is
estimated shows, however, the constant state of apprehension iu our last, we credited it to the Christian Sometimes hold her tongne-if *heeaa ?

k I i L4 this project at $300,000.would augment Mr. O.business nays "the and execution commorcial of under which pioqeer settlers continue to live, and the -* A Lill has passed the Legislature of Rhode Island Advocate t Journal," whereas it should have been to .-The Democrats Missouri,of all shades yer should sometimes tell the truthb5 and 'U Lit&,,- k*

4' tf;" relations between the United Staks and Cuba immensely. absolute, paramonnt duty resting on the Government and received the signature of the Governor, abolishing the Sautliern Christian Advocate. There is a very have agreed after a stormy session, to Bend delegates one should i: take a newspaper,

qj ." to remove this incubus oa the State at once. Capital piinislnngiit. material difference between the (wo papers. to the Baltimore Convection caa-[ JT.

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: : .LO11IF'i% SeitSTmc WoVDER !Important to Dyxij ,
Bible of the Honda BoneuanU0 >ti'*.-Dr. J. S Houffliton's PvpMn, The Tnre Digestne Plows.TtST $100,000 SAVED Dr. 0. T. MAXWELL \V lEfls, M. D., Dcatizt,

r notice at He Pmby- Fluid, or Gastric Juice, prepared from Rennet receivc-a per tdir. CJaset from Sew York titw. IN PEARL STREET AND FLETCHER HAS located permanently in Tallahassee, for the HAS located iii Qufncy. Offlcd lu Lli rct&Ui ;

IVfl bela. J Wfc tiT the Fourth Stomach t-f the Ox, aft r direction ** 100 Plows, a.ssorted, 1W extra Plow Shears I STREET, NEW OItI( Tierce stores and their of practicing his profes ion. Office MK J. > _

on Sabbath evening, 22iul of Baron Llebig, the {great Physiological' Cliemi 2W extra Flow ptits% For ale by content destroyed Deeds before words over C. C. ByrdV ste.re, residence at Mr. Flagg's.Dcanbtr Jarhoaryl7,185L

$' i by J. S. lloughton, M. I), Philadelphuu This is C'a1rt, Fel). StlsS 8 D. LADlXA :RICH'S SAFES AGAIN 13, 1851. 4'J Rowc's ]

President; took the Chair, truly n wonderful remedy fi>r Indigestion, Dyspep-ia
fl' N tIc Eleven Safes of dllf-rent makers consumed, with Sole Drt Monday 1st of j\farcht 1S52.
He Brother E. Liver Complaint, Constipation and Debility j BY a systematic
.W. **, ,
1120 I persor..s tfcdltefrs cf their contents The Safe made by Rich A Co. defied
curing after nature's own method, by haturr/s v\vn the Mate of Andrew Sheriff's Sale. hundred
Agtt1t( ( th M-Vnlcjican Bible udety, agent, thd Gftstric Juice Pamphlets containing K'Ientific -JTaylor, deceased, late of Lewi County, are the flames and brought out iU contents without a (after paying all _
notified to mark of lire upon them 1 i virtue of writ of fieri facia*, iued from the
I cVidenice of its value, furnUhed by hereby present% their cltiimk within the B a thousand tad to
-die JfltIfl t' lllp clectlon of OfTh tis. Sec hotiec among advertisements.C ajjfcnts gra time presented by law, or thU notice will be plead GILBERT'S LETTER. Clerk's Office, Leon C unty, wherein J. II Bull red. Fonr hundred
in bar of their and i is plaintiff and Francis Payne is defend.rat, I have levied thousand
recovery; all indebted e* by
B"t >ej>om tu cry
hen the follow UJj 1rous .* *, ] THE HUE ix rtrrciiER AND FEARL RTHEtrs, XLW-TOIIK. sale before tho Courthouse
utitf ""' and will for
vcnr rp rcqucste.1 to upon exjs'.e ansi stall cattle
the C \ } ai'c requested to aiinounw WIT t make immediate pay-- dog
4 ff ftIIIL \ TAYLOR, Sr, Execute. NEW-YOKE, December 0, 18s1. door in the city Tallahassee on tlie first Monday A Mill complete t

;; A. FtAP. 1'r'- E. ANDERSON, of Marianna, as a candidate for February LB. 8 8t I Mcs'ri STK\txs i MARVIN, successors to C. RICH iu March, within legal Iwurs, the folk wi g described city, ?IoO. For

IIA' WAnD, Vice IVesiJcutj Major General of the first Division Florida Militii, at
Pr. AU1, Treasur.r, the election on the first Monday in March next. Notice. the fire was consuming my pacc! of Business, No. 216, One Four Horse Wngspn, crush eight bushels
3tll.LS S.rettt y. OIX months after date, I thall make application to Pearl Street, I ww absent in Reusalner: County, testing Four hundred sticks of Spoke Timber, more or less, and! make a

oc1 A.' 1It Mi', jWE are requested to announce Lieutenant. L.) the llonorab'o! Judge of Probate iu and f.-rthe a new cleaning apparatus in coniiectu.ii 'ith inv One tLousand feet of Plank, more or le**. cruhe3 i.hieafoats. !

i Eel.J } Manageil.y (;. MOSELI3Y as a candidate for Major General f county Jtffeison for letters of elisinUii.ii and discharge Excelsior Thrasher, and did not read the amnint Until Le\ied upon as the property of said defendant, and nlakes after .

Kc ) the First Division e> as Adiiuiiiatratix Je boni non e.f N. P F Jmi, I was fearful was too late to save mv book -tthkh to be sold to satibfy said 'writ of fieri facia will last fifty years
Jadf j. Florida Militia, at the election in late of said county, deceased. All were in of : it T. IILthCKEII, Sheriff. formation. call !
J.W.Hume, it |>ersous herein in placed one your safe-*, puretiase-d (rum Mr. on
ofBor. March neLCtf terested are hereby notified acct'rdii Marvin By C. IL FIMIEU, I D. & nat Tallaha .
I 01 nIoti4'O Constitution of this Society b? igly. some years ago. My fears Were not allayed *-eo, '
flat the MAL1NDA! FOLSOM Adm'x. when I foind it January 31,1832. 4 5t with of
fc l.ons
non. return to specimens
necessary apply
inviubon f upon my
; *mJre.: *. *uit.ti1ed tiut any three fhall'te WE arc rrquoste to announce CAL WILLIAM JefliTfeou County, February 28, 185''. 8 rtm the Crotoi Water 40 hour* before I was enabled to ._ to the patentee at !
heu invt together,
Zeeativt C4nituittee. bu.bc* of the E. KILCREASE, of Gadsd.-n County, as a commence:)peratioiw ; after which it required fifty- January 17, 1852.
t qUUI11' Lu candidate for Major General e.f the first DiviMon Flo Notice four hours f labor and application to raise the Salamander Jirr.Y3.T January 26/A, 1$52. ) -- - ---

nda Militia, at tho election on the first Monday in I hereby pivrn. that the FtiWriW, wM.Xof 'flaw. fron its ashy bed. Yon may judge of my SPECIAL ORDER NO. 2. Books,

-bgh .1ittnfl adopted.audnewmcmlicrt March iiext.Ta11ahaseo. J. ']'uw-iis.t.mid, late of JcfTenon C.-untv. deoeaseil, anxiety dunur thu elolay, and my agreeable surpn-e w ordered that an election for Major General 1st ,fg-jHj TT\1 1"do.'t

Afterbirh .* verckj will, fix -weeks after date hereof, apply t"> the Hoiior- upon eipenug the safe in the j reduce of a number eifgentlemen. IT Division Fl,rida Militia, beheld thmugliout said division 4 V; < rI -*-

able Jude of Pr<.l tefor Jefferson Conntv. )lw iN-ti- ., o lind my liook and papers| s.ived and e n tho 1st Monday in March next, to supply ttL,1-; I/ by the

further bunion UT-rc the Society, Frame, Sash. Doer, and Shutter lion, for dower in the estate ('flier deceased husband, as legible nt they were previou* to the fire. Tlie intense the vacancy occasioned by the resignation e>f Major bu>ine9 at the !
no ; heat t* which the Safe be
Tbre accolding to law. was subjected can General John Milton. The Judges of Probsiteof each liecn made to the
MAI.SEY ANN TOWNSEND conjectured from the condition of another Sato, (not a stantly received.
county in said Division will appoint Inspector of election
) T.T.OSC.fl A. MYERS, Scy.SG TVOOWEN I Widow nml A(In l'X. of Th' J. Townend I, di-cU Salamander, of which an iron skeleton only remained ia the several precincts In their eounty. will!! bo punctually

Frattical; Lttildir awl Marwfattvrct of TherioZ J 1rLrs.PlI County, Febniary 28, 1852. 8 fit and not u ve-tige of a book. They were companion By order of the Governor and Commander in Chief. A large supply

; OF EXECOTIVE COMMITTEE. fur I'iilhlAmK.Administrator's. in th same officeem, the set-on"1 floor, from It. S. HAYWARD, expected by the lt

j % rfll* Executive Gmimittoe of the An Ordinance \\hich they fJI HJKIII crates e.f earthmi ware in the Adjutant and Inspector General. lliw. Guitar" Strings
Tu raiea J'rtii'fir tltf cellar, the robed safe the
Salamander. If their
; ;
l liVid ou the 3I jnMt., Lt. the Sale. City of TiIMifiwfjrtfte upun Janiinry 81, 1852. 4 ItGroceries A Book-Binder hn
c fljlJk ICet J'ixcul Year toiniufnciiiij OH iflrst diy if po-ihon had Ux-n reversed, not even a skeleton would cute all work

(i4UTd : BERRY & HOWIES, Auctioneers. April, in fit year out thousand eight tinuJrcd an'j have remailw(. My loss over the insurance i i-> $I 1,000. &c.

1gWM. A. FonwAnn, President, F. B. S. ON SATURDAY next (tho) Cth Mardi) at 11 [
U. HAVWABP, Vice President, dock, A. M., Iill otfrf I hr sale in front e.f the 1. licit OrJainnllp //
\VM. Auction I Room of Mocsr Berry ic t Rciwle in Tal'aluissee of the Cily illihaiff, Tluit: thin fir.-t whici! could not bo elilphcated: luis fully 1 25 barrel Fine, Superfine and Extra Flour,

0. A. MI' Se'erctaiy. all the jierihlutble j.rojKity ls.-l"ligiig: to the pectinn of the Ke\enue Act of the la-t year, be, and Conipcnsatdl nu\ 25 Rectified Whikey, .

,.fcik-nt took the Cluiir, and after prayer 1 byr ltato: of W. IL P.riK-keiibrough, do
LT HLAKK. agent of the Paieut {Society, of IIouMliold and Kiteheti Fnniiture, a Camiige I lartlC thintie.Sii. Safe purchased of vu'u, and explain its merits, at my 1Uke" J S d.\! Putter

1: Jttee proceeded' to Iusiues. $?, ItW'k-ShChVCS, Iron Safe, Ix-tttr Cojning I're \ _. /?' further Onl nurd, That there shall pre>ent e-fliee, Nix 51 Pearl street, where I tliall remain C ca>ks Sugar-cured Ham, 5 ci,). Hard! I II

submitted and and eli\ers other aitides too nmneii.us tO mention. be lc% led and collected the fnHawing Taxes fur the until the new building. No. 210 U traed. 2 hog-heads pnme Sugar, 3 Firkins

'. iihming res lutv were aI Terms of sale-Ci h.ELLEN fiscal commencing eii) the first day of April., I$52: Yeiur*, re-pectfiillv, 10 boxes Star Candles, Tierce Rice,

,1,1 wit : A. BROCKEXr.I10lT.ir. 1-Upon all Merchant vending good ware and JOSEPH G. GILBERT.Tlie 2 bbl*. Lard Oil. 6 BM*. Crushed

/ Tlial the' Trca iiror proceed to < leet, as Feb. 28, 1852. 8 Admiiiuh.trr&triy.COAC1ISM1T11IM merchandize, a tax e>f thirty-fit c ceiits on cry h'melud undersigned invite country nn-rclriiit. and 10 'acks Rio CotFec.BERUY 20 J Boxes !

ni'.titial' <', the fevcral amounts of money dollars in value of the f lock in trade e.n the lir-t others interested l in the preservation of their biH.ks Jt ROWLE3, Auctioneers,
{ >r *" i I' ti! <- fiici'In"' nieJiilK-rs of this Society & BLACKSaHTJHXC day of April next, as near as the same can Le axrcrtained. from fre, (but particularly tho.ie laving Rich's safes Felurunry 7. 1S52. 5 10 Sacks Java
"""IVj by vf :Jl'cbrcar4v 1851, anti 22d in uc,) to call nt the herMit 14G( Water street. New 10 do. lli.)
iflUal Wtth IN GENERAL. 2 Uixin nil vcmlers of [ York, to MH the inteiior of Mr. f'HU-rt's; sa1'with: For Hire, 5 Bob. Brown Sugar, (Porto Rico,)
&** *, xrare* nnd merclumdize -
I *! the books Undinturlied. which ho has NEGRO WOMAN for the balance of the S Boxes Maccaroui
''rM Thai JJjr Treasurer of this Society do, as L. T. NICKERSON (other tlian itinerant traders.) who i-li.iH: eoinmence kindly permitted A year. ,
\sl uitaWe r ibe-8! and TMamcnts can l e biisine-s after the iir-t day if next taxi to remain for the fcatisfaction and gratification of the She is a good cook, Ac. To a good master, she lo (1'). Candles,
( a.' f gI l ESPECTFULLY informs the citir.ons of Ajril a public.Cjf. will be hired of D. W. lit) ilo.
fru 1e Paleflt SQtICtV TIltC4' ]h4fl- ( thirty five cents on every hundred dollars in uhieof cheap. Enquire Owynn, E-q, Soap, Pt
""*l* 'llare OiI111 vuirtliof faiJ Bji k to be dUt abatedrtiu z: 11 and ncighboMiig Counties, that he their Mock in trade, to l 1W e etiniated ztnl \ Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults and Yault or at thu Oflice. February 7, 1852. 5 3 Bbl*. Lamp Oil, dc, : fl Counties. has purchased the e-stabli-hnuiit lately emnedbv asses-cu Doors, promptly and f.uthfullv I esc-cute-d. Arid for sale by JAMES B. CAMBLE.
\Vakul\a\ in all ra-es at time after the of
will any Commencement
:: L'fl Mr. J. I* Gr.e\Kion Adams ftre-ct, warDammid'stfabinet Mich bu ines9 STEARNS & MARVIN, Plows, Plows, & January 3, 1852. 52"CARRIAGES
and resolution were : > : J'rm-irl't Such tux shall be acssedbeiore
Aid the f.ll.uirrcamWe. Ware r [ ]
the expiration if the next fisral :!n PLOWS, No. fiO, 15 Plow, A No. 1 polNhcd,
i'i t wit the abtiVe character in the very best manner, on year. 1 1C Water stand corner Avenue A and St Marks AND BUGGIES?.
r.iaiittd 3-Ujmn sill Auction Sales, one cent the t, 10 do. elo. 10} 10 elo. do. 2 do.
at the annual n-asonable terms, und -with punctuality and de>-paU-h. per upoa Place, New York. Owners of the e\cln-ive e.fRich's
lctirawas passM
\ K.* grtis* amount of Kile 10) elo. do. 11 j 3 doz. Cotton Sweep, D. E. HULL,
held l 'jal- lie claims to unJe-n-tanb hi-. business thoroughlv! and Patent for the whole of th- United State and
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1ibk S''ittyT : ,
1'hni'l' : all K Grass <6 Cradle '
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ri''tiIa, f IIIC -Upon improved and unimrroveii town lot*, Scythe. Scjthe flFFERS (tur sale a splendid a-t'ott.
to be both able and willing to give KitUfaction to all th makers of Salamander Wife Ijothpatent
the. CtTeetthatc.mlJ only
1 i. t
'fl t1it : J ri1y a tax ot thirty-live cents on es cry hundred dollars Plow Point and Points to suit all the above Plows. :. ; mint of Carriages and Ilun.tgi.s, at
t.iH a &tribatin Cflt be ].roeurc l, one 'who may fuini-h him with wetrk. Particular attention value thereof. -, commonly called Rim's Safes or WJLDEU'S Just received and' for sale I by \J ",:.___ prices tO suit the times. Also, in Store0Sad.tles

t t. .. ,!.. (. t'1 : reaiiJ HIph'y I onaud Wakul-- will IKS paid to 6-Upon every practicing riiycian.. Dentist, or Salamander Saff*. with Rich's patent. January 17, 152. 2 HEIR A RUST. Bncial Martingale. Harness of all kind*.

I.,: imtit itis tI' fl'I'. :';eI-iVt Iarv*: HORSE SHOEING AND FARRIERY, Att jni'.y nnd Conn-jollor nt Law one percent, on February 7, l5: 5 Si Isith buLb and single Crrift! Trimminj of all

.\>,d Wlirr.'A' Tlie IJtfCiiUw CulnIIftfee of. said in vhich lie has had: much experience ; and jiorsonsowni'ig every hmdrei| dollars of annual income. Notice. COTTON GINS.WE kind. Spring, Axles, Bolts nnd. in fact, every thinj

.ujU'T'l'1'1' t'tfamMii1 re-olutiwii in ti I i w-trurto'l' the Trurert4. order from the 1'jin-nt careless which of and tax of ten dollar A LL creditors and legatees of and persons entitled the undersigned, are making prepnratiems done at short notice.
Iv( or bungling Shoeing, or may require twei.ty-oiie fifty years, a f 'Repair
I ] D ilkus' woilh uf euitablo ISlW xL to distribution e ;it of, the estate e f Lawrence J. and will shortly be prepared to make a t>tf -
,-v 'IliictHuulred luct'ty in the making and adjustment e.f. their Mioe-s, 7 Upon all free colored female, between the ages > > Dio mVr27, IWt. 51 tfII.
of gale those J.itio.i. deceases] late rior irtlclf f Cotton (Jin*. Al. e to repair"all Gins
to of fJadMlen in the
fir the Str.tc
*id Tostaiikiits purjK'WB arc invited to give him a ti iaL Thei j is no branch eif of twenty-one and fifty year*, a tax of five dollar! &. -
tVtK an 1 1f r-f'' '" thusse who are not able to pur- the IniMnoirequiring! a more careful or jiracticexl 8_Ujmn all white male inliabittnts, iK'tv.cen the of Floiids, arc hereby notified to present their claims sent to u*, at the shortest notice. G. FARRELL'S

tvs* & ci'i'j uf tie iluly Scripluies, within said hand than the Shoe-ing; e.f Horses, r.tij lie hogs leave agu-s of twentv-one and sixty years, a poll tax of one or thi*elemund date, or to the the tame Kul>will*criber be barred within by two the years proiionse from 1*>We iii a warrant workmanlike all work manner done, and at our to give manufactory satisfaction.to /1ENUINE Arabian Liniment, is a most extraor*

t.d'* to assure the public that it shall lw well done at his dollar. Vj medicine the truth ol tchich is placed
We do intend be excelled dinary ,
in the
not to
And \\Tier'ias\ ly reason of Ihe want of united and 9 nil slaves owned in thi e> the statute in such ci: *< :inrl made sind ]iri'Viied.JOSEPH workmanship
riiop.' -Upon or employed beyond doubt by the vast sales of the ailicle. antI u
nor the quality of our Gins.
anJ Wokulla counties the R. LINES Adm'r.Gadsden .
r3iI'U off 1 itLiii Leon February 2R, 1S32. S city a tax of wveiity-llte cent, to be p.iid; bv tie! the many cures beirut daily pctfoitned by it, which
We arc located eleven miles North-east of Tallahassee -
"Fluiili ]Bible i iI' is Co 21 1SZ ?. 7 8t
eonJitiiinnftbe FaFebi-uary ,
tuniJ: active uiI l effieientai-1 Soeiety"of ail tlieI'nk C This' t>''lan2s iit the
'ii tf In rwjiure : B'uicksnnthing and 1 Coaeh-inithing hai.itie's-thie! Carriage i iiV_ f\eniit]) from tixiton: : any luve lab.>ring under Notice. TaIIahace! to Thomaville, where we respectfully skill ot the best physicianisinthewnrlzt. It i is Composed

: of tlie Bible mil. tho cause of e>ur ib 1enersidC.IuHtj41..tl. Making being, 8g heretofore, raider the exclusive mental or bodily] iiflliction or intirmitv, on application solicit the patronage of the Planters in Florida and of baUam*, extracts and gums peculiar to

v-L enable the Si..iity todiscliargeUdfliueiutractiJ control and management of Mr. J. Ij. Groner. of the owner of cudi Mave: or hi* ;igiit. THIRTY days after( the first publication of this the Southern portion of Georgia.D. Arabia-i
wi'Ji the Parent S.doty, anJ pay L. T. N. ID-UjNin all pleasure C.irria *. I'.irotulu-s TlTggie ': I will Rp]>ly to the Honorable J. WaylesBaker. II. A J. B. SLATON. their stimulating, Anodyne, renEtialir.g, nncutous

t MkiiU'ur:| tilkk-*, and Stn 'e Jil'lije of the Circuit Court for the Middle Circuit January 17;, IS.2. 2 Cm and retuLsire j ropeties, and the atne rhich, asea

j. iplt: Tbertfi-rc it it, BILLIARD TABLES. C4iaxh.t*, a tax of fifty cents on every hundred dollar iii Honda, at the Court Hou e in Tallahassee: for o.vrere used by the "Sons of the Desert," with

faM. That the n-vnal Mim UT of the Gospel value thereof. |H.-nni-ioii to i-cIt the foHowing real estate. U'longing Groceries, &c. such miraculous success, in curing the diseases of
lIE SUnsCKIllEllS] ofTet- fur pale TABLES 10
min 9f ftlh' llili'tutLiu' the &IUUTMof Leon and per any within the incorporated limits of this city, a tax of Two hunJred, ] acres of Land lung and being inOadsdeti J lean Read Ihefollotzing rrmarkaote tiires, tehich thcttldof
I *
the City of New Yoik, with improved Cloth e'r Patent ,
k11ilL k and tli'v four dollar County. tJttmselvtf jilaet
lire hereby enrae Iy requ.ted
India Rubber Cushionsihi h to GioO; pounds Middling! and Shoulders,
k'lako up iiublicciJli-ctiniis iu their re-fjo jivi-jcon repi > arc jire-ferreil Src. 3. lIe ilfnrlhrr Or-lnineJ, That thr-rc shall ELIZABETH RAWLS, Aclm'x. 20 barrels Mess Pork II. G. FARRKLL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT .
all others now uv by the l hie.t playeis m the United '
',ui duniq Lv mouth of April next, aii'l to trans- be levied and collected the following Li n-e taxe: February 21. 1852. 7 5t r cask Hams ctireil. far beyond any timilar remedy.
States for correct and eli ticity. and are warranted sugar
ir> ti. (amte so collected to the Rev. Miles Nabh, ness 1-UJMHI all retailer of spim ituuiu' or vinou* lujuors 73 baTels extra and Flour About a jear and a half ago, a swelling appeared r
ctand in their fur \xi'houtrcaiiiiur. superfine ,
to -
IrMMirvMif 1 tlir "FloiiJa Bible Sxiely," at Talluhas- place years ill quantities less than one quart, a tax of one hundred Notice.ALL 20 in my \\ile's stomach, gradually increasing in sizd '
(Jentlemen M'iJiing) to urchas1 Table* e>f Whiskey,
9 '.I lubfupphi'd tx the dollars. until it became a* Urce as my liSt, and so sore that
j 5. Fpeeilically pui iusc! cuuine creditor and legatees of,and entitled 5 Lao!,
all with Mnible* Pine Hed* persons
Wi-J tif elcbCiiptions, Mahogany or 2 all Billiard Table and IVroliiiij she could not bear the least pressure upon it \>ith
iii prcanible.Ik listribution "
liTcjoiug if Ujxin out of, the estate e>f Dr. Robert 2 Big: Hominy,
their orders filled the
can have same a* they werenre'Kent her 1 the advice of '
4 *Cuufljiltn'! th'ii ailjounied.VM. hand or Ten-pin AlleyS, technically MJ called, a'ed fur hire, II. llarri-on deceased late e.f Gaddcn County, in the 10 Apples, out giving extreme pain. got
by adilrePKiiig u> by mail. Always on our best dnctcr, and they differed in opinion about
\ A. FORWARD) Chairman. I of dollar
a tax fifty State of Florida, are In-ruby notified to present their 6 Orange,

T-O! IAII A. Jhwis 1 Ser2,. Tabl. okrt, ,Cloths Pool Board.Hulls, Cues and, Cue Maces S'ax, French e.f the LeathersP. l best dc- :3-Uiion every dray or cart, u cd for hire, a tax of claim* eir (demand to the sulcriber within two Years 5 keg Go-hen Butter, of it ;the some Spleen said :it some was,on that Ague it \\asan Cake or Enlargement Enlargement of

cfcht dollar frritn this date, or the same w ill bt barred by the provisions 10 l >xes Client
M-iiiition, ready for shipping at the shortest notice the Ovaries : and others said it was a Tnrr.or of theOvari9amfconhl
R5T.! )v Feb. h1h.-Tbp flax cotton
M-mliiy 4-UJKJII every two or four horse wagon u=c-l for of the statute in such cne made and"provided. BERRY & KOWLE3, Auctioneers, Ac
pl"I 'iieftt 'iII I world ]11 would not except by cutting
tUr1IriPti.the| yet s(dfll hire n tax of ten dollar ELIZABETH L. HARRISON, January 10, 1832. 1
iu' (!wviiWCdu i'if* nn de c.mverting the flax in- Ann street, New York. 5-Upon every hack, or public carrinjp iier1 for Txccutrix of I.a.tVihl nnd TetamintOadden nut. In this critical situation I was persuaded td

v''!'d, rulv furthofirJinary: cotton niacbiwry, has February 2S, 1852. 8 Sm I ire, a tax of eiicht d!llir:( except hacks and carriages County, Fla, 1'cbniary 21, 1 ,52. 7 8t Kale on ILmday, Isl March, lS. try II. G. Terrell's it Arabian Liniment the third upon application it, and
tin *?HMfdivi It uuUl l strange as may appear upon
w a grout i-r boon however, Ix-'lonsinK to jrtiblic livery st.'ibh-.
tta Plaster of Paris. Sheriff's Sale. -he to' improte, and has coninued gettii
t > mntry Uian 11 Eurnpo. In Enghunl; ; and Ireusjtte f, Ujjou every public Livery Stable, a tax of forty Ranaway

foil j t-H) valuable for; the pioduct of food towaut 50 BARRELS Gypsum or ground Plaster of dollar TTM'OM the subscriber on the 2d intant, my B urine of two writs of f lien facia, i i55lel1 from better daily excellent until health.now she ia a3 well as ever-enjoying

: irf raifms! fUx. Piui!*, for improving land f'r wile by 7-Upon every Hawker and Ped'ar rending gonilc, r boy 1I1LLARD, about 22 year* old, 5 the office of the Clerk of the Lie Superior Court Peoria March 5 19-Ri. D. il'CONNELL. f S

It rill \* \\-\\.t for them to: look to raw Amrriean BERRY{ fc UOWLES. wares mnl merchandize, a tax of one hundred dolhirs. J'.it feet 4 or 5 inches high, dark complexion, anti l for the Conntv of Leon, Honda, directed to all and ,

: ot nrdiiwry ;price fir their male-rial, tluui) tow February 28, 16S2. 8-Uj>on every person who -hall, for piofit within ::11; qsiick sp'ken. He Is >>iippo<>eil to lie in the singular the Marshals of the late Territory of Floridit, [ Robert Hii.ds, Post master, ays : 3CcKEStowjj u

MU ui their <, !! j-n-duction. But the country the- corjMiratc limits ot tins city, di-comit, buy or fell iieighlsirhinuiil of tpring\vooiL Any {K-rson appre- anil l turned! over t > me as ShenfT e.f said County, a* PA., March 2 I94I.

oou bvmnie )1-irHy prf-hiPtive of flax, and the Notice. drafts or bills of exchange, drawn uj-on any place l>e- betiding said negro, will be liberally rewarded. presided by statutes, where Isaac W. Mitchell is Che woman has used your Liniment with great

a*waul ns well a tho faUi ies from it, 'V.ill, no GOOD Wheelwright will lier.r of a good situation yond the limits of thi* State c-iiher wifli hi* own SOLOMON SILLS. plaintiff, and! Cosam Erar; Bartlett is defendant the success. She had lost the use of her legs for three

t ke.ni&- one.
UUt.iiiftrt.. .- nail estimates as to thion tf the rui-ndatii* will Iw required, ainl! all applications by there s-hall l he a se-*pil and collect! cd a tax in the County of Leon, Florida, has been levied were bent a* much while standing as is natural lef

p"fpinui. of the outtoii from flax are erroneous or it; mail to be poet J itiiil. of one cent upon every hundred dollar* in amount t>f Committed to Jail, upon and kept under levy as the property of the position of the legs while sitting, and she conIc!

ffitamtlmt flix i-ntt.-ni must VIN)1I Itoovnc one of the February 28, 1852. 8 St exchange feoliouirht, atiul l I'vcry bundled dollar in TN Monticello, .Teflerson Florida Monj said Bartlett, and will le exj>osed to sale! to satisfy not bend then in the least ; but by the tt eofll. fJ.
r2t4pIes ,f the \\\-strn and Middle: Stot.'S. amount so sold, for and! during the year next preccdinff n v? -I the 2d in-t eounty, iiKuit on said executions at public euitcry, before the Court Kartell Arabian Liniment she is new able to walk

kiht liavt- been purclial alrcaly. f'r the prcjmiiia THE! BAPTIST FEMALE COLLEGE 1 the date at A\hich the eminent of such tax / day e.f, who a negro hi* boy is WILLIS 18 or and 20yjy Houo door in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday the with ease, and t.as a straight limb. 1 hare foam ita
of tlic mii.hjn i1 riuiU-s of New Enclmd: shall Ixi made.y years age. says name first day e-f March, 1852, within legal hours, to wit i most excelled remedy for horse flesh ; also, lor
l. Yrk. iwI Illinois It i, thought that Virginia Of South-West Georgia. -UjK h h afmut 5 feet 1 5 indies high has
w, Ij' parHruWly lxnrfitted by the uitroduetJon e.f rpIIIS Seminary located r.t Villa Nova, near CuthJ. upon cvtrv agent or i partner within this city of a Factor Said: r.eiTo walks.boy His is or ((1SS,) mid the Ea-t 4 of lot No. ISO, (E. $ Ib9.) in the

'Waref fl a. lt wu; gi v "M the jul vauta" e.f bert, )Randolph County, wa opened on the lothin Commi--ion Hmw or Commi--ioti' Merchant, locatfil n> vi-ilh'the law and take owner hun reejueete-d to comply original plan of said city, together with all and sin The Opinion of en Oft* Experienced: and Scien*
AThn cn.iii State. SUc viU not encouraging.At .- away. gular the building, improvements, right* privileges, Farritr.WA .
th wily produce tant, under circumstance! decidedly or rcMding licyond the linits of this State, WILLIAM WEST Jailer tific
mfi. hut manufacture it. the close e.f the fr-t week, the number of pupils shall be a-'-eBd and pay: every year a tax of two her February, 1832. 4; ,It ami lea ements thereon' situated e>r thereto in any wise 'AI>CTOM, IOTVA, Jdne 20, IS 13.!

TVtibritt from rtax cotton, whether pure, or mix- in the Institution amounte-d to seventy.Tlie cent upon the gross amount of nil commi-Mons re belonging. 1L T. BLOCKER, Sheriff. From the speeilv and permanent cures, both cit

uutbor material, arc very Hnnigau.1 lianJAm..ng members of the faculty are at present, the reived fur and during the year next preceding the Estray. January 81, 1852. 4 otTrustee's man and beast, wfiich your Arabian Liniment i isperf

thi- fabrics n'swi exhibition at th Pre-ii1en. Rev. A. T. HOLMES. A. M., JOHN HILL date of such averment, by such agent or partner, or iitiiinc, I rto: rot hesitate U> pronobnce it the
ire iiajiUl.Hin stuff and ztrny clothing, all LUTHER, A. M., Mr. AMANDA C. CLARKE, and by the saul Factor, Commi-Mon house, or C4)mmi- r1AME to my place ein the last Sunday Sale. I. Great Remedy of the Age." I have practiced eloc-
.__1 j in January, a cream colored FILLY! virtue of the vested in these ur.d hare tiled S
such in torin horses lor twenty
1 Miss MARY WILSON. sin Merchant, through the agency of agent or B authority me a certain ? year
pbin linen) ejoth is also excellent, and the specIliM. The Prci-idcnt i is now corresponding with Ladies of 1iart n(r. some nhite SJM.U ill her faceWith u black Deed of Trust, bearing date the 5h: cf ApriL all the various liniments, ointments, &c., so ranch
uhiu.u( WILl c-f.ttou, husierv. tlieirBcrViccH streak ati'iit gher back. The owner i k requested to 18J5 front Cosam. Emir Kirtlett in the but 1 must that II. G.FarrelPs .
Ill known literary merit, who will lj employed us 10-U|>on all venders of I>o Iti1.j5 C.ix can M' rai'ed at five eUar.s] a
t.'Elthted h iJuced from a taIH, H W011J14flC dollar. nnd of Education generally, may feel as ured liquors as aforecaid, all keeper of billi.ird tables e>r her away. MATTHEW. MeALlLY. Trustee for certain purposes therein named and its made ue nf. By its use, I have cured Sweeny and
4X cann.t k raised February 7, 1552. 5 Gad-wlcn County, Fla. directed in said! deed for the f Spavin Ions after they had been pronounced incu
at a'ri"e th'flt' Of that the several Departments vill be represented bycomitetent bowling or ten-]>in alleys, all keepers of every dray : ( purposes e> performing
ton. Five tmi itf flax can be Professors and I I -cturers. or> cart, or two or four hor'\\agon, or hack e>r jmblicearriag said tn>ts I will exjxise to sale, to the highest bid- rallp, and I have cured more than fifty horses Ihi*

i 'tu h tfl'.OItn (.f ilax cotton. 11I c tof the The course e.f f-tudy is di\i'li-d into three Departments <-, "M-d for' hire as aforesaid-all keeper of Lost or Stolen, dec for cash, before the Court House door, in the city seaontith cur Liniment, embracing every shaJde

t utviv j the' luriltiou.. M ftatedto b( about and each Department into two Classes. livery i-tablcs hawkers and pedlar, agents of Hank FINE pocket edition of the RI P.LE.handsomely of Tallahassee; on Monday the first day of March >t disease, (rotti scratches and bruises up to Spavin
Th; Ii&a a t.j. or Insurance Companies and all vmden e>f lottery bound, with the name e>f the suls.crihRrr1tteii 1832 within legal hoursthe following property, lying Ring-Rone and Srteeny. I cap also tear testimony

an i,I.* word, uuii in<> flax cotton PRIMARY DEPAItTM ENT. tickets, t-lnll, under penalty ejf double the tax hi case f n the first blank leaf. A reward e.f two dollar will and being in the city of Talahi! ?'ee, Jon County, of its good etlects on the human ?y stein. 1 wa* ton*

and tar, )*tuanufacturcr at six cent a pound, i The fir t class e.f. this Department will Ixi princi- e>f failure, l before their several avocations, callings or be given for its return. S. S. KNIGHT. Flonda, embraced in said trust deed, to wit : fined nearly all lat wir.ter to my room with Khett

prHguertlw aannh1eiziiii 1rth profit e.f thoM vhoCnAuiTiEfi. j>:ally employed in Spelling, lleading and Dctining buMiicfs aforesaid may lx pursued l, ami upon the February 14, 1852. G tf Lots known as lots number 1S7, (!S7andt8S) matim, and could get nothing to help me, until I

Vt1. hrnrnaf fl aal Iu1)are iL-CorrePponJcse f tuition Ir term, *:800 payment: of the taxes les let! as aforesnid, obtain a ((188,) and the East i of Je.t No. 18'). (E.-J 189.) in the commenced the use of j our Liniment, tshich entirely -<

Qluera. In the f econd class ill be taught Mental Arithmetic Lia-n-c H) to do from the Intendant to be counter- Leon Circuit Court--In Equity. original plan of said city, together with all and singular cured ne. WiM* fl. GR1JUES.

Lx1 LM'T Geography, tc.-tuition per term, 10 00 such Licence shall not the building, impro\ement.s rights,privileges and
LWI .......The Into Jenny higned bv the Treasurer, and Wm. D. iloseley, Admintorator d* inn is non of Samuel leasetnents thereon situated thereto Sun Pain of ten yearn stnnijins; cured ly IT. G.
"thr t) Jj V'aite-r ami f'iO to wall e>f the ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT.In be issued"for a shorter period than e.ne year. Parkhiil, deceased, or in any wL-e belonging f'arreir.t .Iralian Liniment.
tip. "1th1. )h Jwis "iarricj-- 1 1 On: all fiiows, other than Circuses e>r Kqiietrian *- or appertaining.
t Lrw Vr Lej G ENGLISH
"", 'Itt of uV I j Otto (Iubbmnidt, and this i is Grammar, llifte.ry, Ac.-tuition JHT teim, 13 00 Exhibition, a tax of five dollars, ami on all tlollar Circuses tTninn Rank of Florida. January SI, 1852. 4 Trustee.fit with the Sun Pain" for the last ten years* ,

*!i TLr J ? fkriitliat* v ill -ve-r J Ix- reeordioed In the second cla.-s will be taught Algebra, e.r Equestrian exhibitions a tax of ten SlIER an onhrof the pre-i hng Judge made at and could get never get relief except by bleeding ;

"wlbiuidt eluirities have not yet corn Rhetoric, Natural History, Ancient History, shall be levied and collected for each exhibition, a license U Chamlierx: on the 5th \\t\-'.* I will[ lIfer at public: State of Florida. but hy the use of II. G. Farrell's Arabian Lir.itner.t*

; Ac,-tuition term, 15 00 to authorize -which mu-t first be obtained fiom sale Ix-forc the (uLrt HotNe in Tallahassee on the 15th applied over the temples! about three or four times
JUT the Intendant and counte-rigned by the Treiurer, March next, withii legal hour, two negroes belonging Benjamin Megin, Appellant, a day, it was entirely removed, and I hate felt flea

[ I MU'Sld1d4V ;;p' 2.-COttOn-.Otir nmiket has COLLEOI DEPARTMENT. under a penalty of double the tax herein assessed. to said estate viz : Pejfgy and Elia Ternut CH-I.! r.t. thing of it sine I went into the stable one night*

I 1: c1? actj.v durjt'r the weck, and pri'es Jllivc In the first class will be taught Natural I'hilo- 12-Ujton all itinerant traders who diall offer Also the W 1 of the N E i of rice 33, in Township Thomas Taylor, Philip Sawyer., and James Filer, Appellees. to apply It to a horde's sore leg, and being very latnd

I ( to (;4NI 'ng, ;j 7 Middling, wiphv, Ilotany ChemNtry, Mineralogy! J.n- goods, wares or merchandize for sale in this city, 2, Range 2, N nisi K, containing eighty acres, m"reor Thomas and Saw- he stumbled and fell against my legs, crushing and
:4'' ()rdiiutry, G (iv G. gic, ic.-tuition i>er term, 20 00 there shall be lc\5ed nnd collected a tax e.f emu hundred le**. Terms, foi the land, e.ne third ca h, and balance THE Appellants, Taylor Philip bruzingthern so badly teat they turned mi black as
In the 1-econd: class will 1 be taught Natural Philosophy dollars ; nnd a license- to sell hall first be oh-l at twelve inontls with inteiet. Purchasers to pay in, are the hereby notified of the pendency of annpp.aI my hat, rendering them powerless. I applied Jour"Linimentand

PORT the higher Mathematics, Evidences taim-d from the Intendant as aforesaid, under a pen for blaster's tiths. Supreme Court of the State from a ele- was well enough in a few day to go

OF ST. MARKS. of Christianity, Ac.-tuition jier term, 'JO 00 alty, in case of failure PO to do, e>f a double tax to be BENJ. F. AVHITNER, cree the of wilt the Circuit in Court of ifonroo County, tlimi> about again as usual. I also crushed my finger in a

Pupils in the Department of Muoic will be charged iiiiMn.ed. Master in Chancery. log Chancery, of the Complainant, Benjamin shocking manner, by letting back leg fall upon itj
1 0 annum.In Sic. 4. fie it furlhrr Oriltrinrd, That every Papnernot 7 'fol. S t* Megin, instituted to subject Certain lots in the city your Liniment soon! healed it up, thodeh.JOllft .

Fch ARRIVED. per tructicn in the Creek, Latin and French languages 'pist, Ix-fore pursuing such occupation in thi February? i'iirehiacrs, at thin former sale eif land. of this of Key West to the payment of a debt due him. A B. M'GEC:
TObY, ew 'i'ork. and non-resident lenti--t) before purniiig j: trial of the case will Iw in Utcd on at the next term La Salle precinct Peoria Co. III. Feb 0 1S-1t.!
flark I. will be given without extra cliarge city, every ct-tate who hays not paid up the second instalment, ,
I IL Gamble. Hiwincr New York. within the limits of this city, rtiall of the Supreme Court, to be held at Tampa on the
i'i hark Ojj Hoard, with} lights and washing, can be obtained in his profession paya will take notice that their lauds are subject to re-sale
: hleral. ftark, ew York. the \illagn at 810 i er montli. tax of ten dollar, and obtain a license from the Intendant at the above thie and place. B. F. AV'., M. in C.Notic. first Monday in March next To guard against Imposition, read the folfctnngCarrfully.
p3 Sd1 !, LUC4t, New V( ik. The Trustees are determined to use every efTort toMiRtaiu ; amid upm failure or refusal BO to do, shall TIIOMAS F. KINO. .

B.irk 1. A11.11., Ahdy, New York. u School equal to any ill the State ; and they pay double the tax above assessed.Src. Solicitor Appellant. The Public are particnatly! cautioned against abase

lilgriui, RbilNOn, St. Thomas.reb believe that the nyhtcni of tiiKtructionhieli they 5. lie further OrJainfl, That all Ordinances January 21,1852. 8 7t counterfeit which has hfely made its appear'

CLEARED.Stroud have vill to the pupil a thorough and or inirU of Ordinances* conflicting with the true SIX montlw from elate, the undersigned, Adminis- anrp, and i is Called hr the Ifnprstcr who makes it

hark ElwelL New YoiLLiwry adopted Ju-d education.n-cure The great ebje-ct aimed at intent and meaning e.f. this Ordinance, bo aul the df lonis non oil the estate of James M. Carolina House, Quincy, Florida. W. B. Farrcll's Arabian L'niment. This 19 a
lirig Nixon, deceased, late of said County will present' his dangerpns fraud and tm re liable fo deceive from hibeifingthenaineof
Cuh New York. vill be to give character to the young ladies, and that same arc hereby repealed.raitMil and that 12th of account and Touchers to the Honorable Judge of Pro- ;'! (T1 01)11011) A STASX ES respectfully Farrell. Therefore be particular
Council approved,
N' kind of mental and moral elixiplinehich will fit the ia-i. rt inform the that
OUT- Kite for Gadsdcn County, nnd ask to be discharged they "
fall fol it by the FarrellV
lltkslLILGainbh, them for >cfuliic. in sphere of life February, A. 1). 1 b52. : : : have the above ntver for
t HOKHUT; Ocilla, Stark; PilHortun ui s any D. S. WALKER Intcn lant. therefrom. ALEXANDER E GREGORY. purchased EstablNhmelit, Unprincipled! dealers will irnpose this spfirioos mix* 1'
lLu'Au5Jfl ; (; \ Packard Tho pupils of the In-titution will las required to and will ho pains to contribute
; Convoy, 7, 1852. 5 6m spare to
Clerk. February lure upon for the genuine, bet alwaps ask her
pr ; Jent attend Li rd'selay, but the Attest-O. W. IkTcnixs, the comfort of their Their table
4'iQ' Atwater ; Emily Miuer, Smith ; public voroLip on every 4t guet will be well 1L G.Farrell's Arabian Liniment" and take no other .
UWeIL instructions eif and guardians >ectinjj the February 2 8. 852. R with the beit that be
il1'ig parents recj t Notice. supplied can procured, and their as the genuine always has the tellers H.G. Leforer 4i
" ITrald, Luce.t place of worship, f Notice to Trespassers. 01111 weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hoa : on wr!p 4
third Monday
unmet. Toby ; Adele, AcUy. The next Term will comnience on tho TIIEREHY forewarn all from trespassing I' Judge of Probate for Leon County for an order Cigars. They respectfully a>k a continuance of the per. and these words blown in (he glass bottle :- :.
in August. persons heretofore extended to the House.C.
t ( R W. WARREN, X land lying in Township 2, Range 4, within to sell! *> much of the real estate of the late J. GPadrick -. patronage II. G. Fanell'st Aarabiari Liniment, Peoria "
ujxni my GODBOLD
HYMENEAL. Hoard Truttcca. frfiino four or five miles South-west of Quincy, as IKhali a* will satisfy the debts of said estate Agents wanted in every town, tillage and hamtef
- the of
Srerrfary of
WuJauuary lat, at New Pent, Florida, by to the extent of the law each and every II. T. BLOCKER, AdmV. de Ionia non. in the United Stales fit which e>ne fs not established
3m prosecute
> February 28, 1852. 8 4t Quincy, Janttary 17, 1S2. 2 i tf Apply by letter lo II. G. Farrell Peoria, Illinois
jt41:0f: rMau'1' I'LLEN, next to the youngest individual who trwpasbeu upon it in any shape or February 7,1852. 5 ; ,
refeience character
lrJ> atrik I>>mmi, relate of New Orleans, Notice. manner. JESSE GREGORY. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY with good auto responsibility* },.
of County Louth not for from Belfast, 21 1852. 7 t Committed &c. -
an creditors, legatees, entitled to dit tri-- February BY MILLER AND BROKAW Call on the agent who will farnrsfi free of cnarjrfl'
uuJea- persons
J3i British Goyerument, t/ BEN- ALL rpO Jail in Monticello, Jefferson County, Fit.tbi ,
FRANKLIN or otherwise interested in the estate of t! a boofc confafning mnr.h valuable information'fofetery :
TOWNSEND of Marlborough Dissolution. J. the 26th Tallaliaxitee Florida.n .
hMtli1 on Monday, January, n negro ,
Urumlc laic if Jefferson Horidadeccusexl cla" of citizens.
e ,
of South Carolina, and now filling the evmnty between man about 24 or 25 of age, 'ho ? E subscribers have received larjre"
heretofore Solo years says ] a
lWjty of are here-liy notified to exhibit their chiim and partnership existing : Price-25 cents. 5<7cenla, rmdr[ per boHle.
ile in the Town of Madison Court THE his U TORY and to Gen. Alli-
name St
mid Wolf under the name of supply of CARRIAGES BUGGIES -
Florida. 80. Co. demands within two years from this date to the undersigned Levi Lyeni m The only genurne is manufactured by H. B. Far*:
papers please copy "\Ve lf thIs dissolved 1 mutual consent sun of Gadsdcn County, Said negro man Li about 5 rfj AND HARNESS, which they rcll sole inTentorand
or the same will be barred ; and all persons Levi! and > is day y proprietor, and whoMale"Drnggtst / *
--- to collect the feet 5 or 6 inches high-.hia. no vUiblo marks. HL, offer for SUb? on the most reasonable terms Aft
- -- indebied to the said deceased ore requested to make Solomon Levi nlouu is authorized per- No. 17 Mairt ?freetf PeoriaIII.., and (of '
OBITUARY. SOLOMON LEVI owner w requested to take hiirt away and pay all seais wihing purchase any of the above articles,
inunediute payment WAL A G1NKINS, debts duo said firm. sale wholesale and retail at proprfetor's prices trT t
iit4 cmUy at Key West, A. R. ALEXANDER, Administrator tif lonis non. LYON WOLF. charges. WILLIAll WEST, Jailer will pfeasi" call and examine for themsel'resbcccmbcr1 LEWIS Si AMES Agents r t'

(If the Key Wcet Guvttc. JdTcreoa Co, ;b, 26,1852. 8 3m Mouticello, Fa., February 13, [1211 1652. 7 4t* January 31,1852. 4 tf 1851. 49 tf December r1, 1S1.. :51 3tb

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.. J -- SAMUEI HOYT & CO., At Chambers. FORWARD & TOWLE--, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.I: I Iry'lHE j :cal utrtistmcnt'' GREAT ANOTHER GUIlE SJ I FI wo :1- !

.a Petition to Furctlott Mortgage Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in l'OR YSPED !
I GENERAL COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, Chancery, subscriber i'a now receiving a large and pplen- In Chancery. DR. J. S. ..',

( IX THE ri'TINO AM KI.UXO OK Samuel Carroll, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .1.. did assortment Kail and U"llItf'r Ktadvmade OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- HOUCHTOlThe
1 Every DescripUon Agricultural Implements u. "'Y. A. FORWAUI, j Smox TowitZd (iothh,,:, consisting in part of CLOTH CLOAKS. MIDDLE DEN CIRCUIT COURT.
William R. Perry.
different Black
COATS of and
:' ; ASD XACinXEltr.ALSO. : TT appearing to the sali.-f. ction of the Court, from October/' tlf& .If51.Antrtutine. \ Brown Dress and Frock Coats descriptions Cloth, Cassimcre Sarah G. Tillman and Jane TilltBtn, Complainant,

t 4 Georgia anJ French Burr; Mill Stones : En JL affidavit of petitioner, that William R. Perry red ( 4, 39 Tweed Satinctt and Blanket, SACK; and other BUSINESS ts.

f w ., Colajen Cullm nnJ Uniting CMh-".- ,il,11 Wyon the limits of the Sttef Floiida' : COATS ; Clod) Ca simere. Tweed and Sat- Thomas S. Snell, William C. Snell, Julia F. Edmonds 1 [pI r ,
j ;; Also, every kind of Produce. Ivorth) nnJ South, and // j* 'Ordered Tint the said William R. Perry and A. K. JAXWELL. y. p. rAPT inett PANTS ; VESTS of all qu-ilities and styles. ,Susan J. Lillie, :and Jenettt' V. G. Donald-
...; if CUll 1UJ (ir Wool, Hides, Doer Skim, and Slapping all other j'ors<";! interested] in a certain mortpuje of MAXWELL a PAP? All of which have been manufactured from the late son, Executrix of the h't will and testament o;
1If I .jf Fur*. real property in the town of Monticello. (to wit : an ATTORNEYS AND COUSSELLOhs AT LAW, t and most desirable materials of workmanship superior Robert L. Edmonds deceased, and Samuel C. I ; 1
$ SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO.REFCTESCTfi undivided half of the Wot A cf, the South We,t J TALLAHASSEn nnd styles most fashionable. All of which Love.Sheritl and rr officio Administrator de /to- 'r, : .fl ;/ --

.I ,4 Section 3it, in Town-hip 2, North of ILine Z E.i// t.) FLORIDA. will be lift-red fur sole at a mall advance on the cost, ni, non cf the estate ot Susan S. Snell deceased. "

t -I made by paid Perry to one George W. Gelzer to secure February 8, 11'51. 5 at the JYir It1'Cah Clothing IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that. ;1

:: : li.f Messrs. AxPtRsos . and by said: Store.W.. T. MITCHELL. William C. Snehlone of the above named Defendanfs b
and ] the CHARLES W DOWNING. resides beyond the limits of' t this Slate,and
: ; 44 FRANKLIS ,p. lrt1uerwie] the t'mcImll betaken --. -- -- -- -- in the State of New'York,and that Thomas S. Snell. -- -
nceonlins to law.
tonfeo nffain them : Tax Collector's Sale. ancther of said Defendants, n supposed to reside Fluid G 27 ,
"toCo.. .ro
,.\ ..: p w, P. M MILLER: Co. New York.RiiMiLia JVoriVM, llr.it this Order l be publWied in some Tallahassee, Florida.f of the power vested in me by laI \\. I beyond the limits of this Slate, and the United PREPARED from nF. .xr.ror ihefc .iS'* :
= Office at the CapitcL By'irtue whose residence is unknown : ACH OF THE OXal'er ('*
Noras, MAMJS ,t t Ca. n. fon. pufcll:: iie.wspnptr in Tallahassee at l least once a weekfiji I ;" for sale before the Court House at Statesbut duYcti.n. tI *i
: t t J.
March 15, 1S51. 10 tf It ii therefore Ordered, That lhe!aid William C F.r.IG. the great Ph .
b.\R\ -
F. B. LOOMIS EMI, New London: Ct. fear months. I Quincy, in the County of Gaclsden, on t the second btlXlilrt,
t Snell and pleadanswer demur 'to the Rill IIOUGIITON.! ( ;[. D.
IL S. McCoMus Esq, Wilmington, Del. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.DeicraberC Monday in May next, the following described property appear Phlladdphia, Pat 1
: ; W. G. H. DAVIS entitled 'fimis I
of filed in the above cause on or truly wonderful'
Complaint :
September G, .S51. S5 tf 1R51. 48 4m or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes due I'.a. ; remedy for IXttG ,:
.. 'I .- --, .- ----- -- ----.---_________ ATTOUXKY AT LAW, t thereon from the year ]1SI4 to iSol: inclusive, and before the first Monday in March next, and the said TION'.D1i Pf.PSL\: JAUNDICE, UTFR _
Snell within the of nine month PLAINT CONSTIPATION! .
Thomas S. period :
In and
1 Towle & Myers, Chancery. up hi* abode at Tattal\3uf'P, nnd will the neceory expense thereon, to wit : the date of the of this Orderror after Natnie's D2u.ryc,1: ,. 1
JI'taken from publication ins own method bv
'ourt of the !'tafe of Florida in the Courts of the Forty: acres of Land in Gad (ten Cnunty, belonging '.
In the Circuit District, '
.-i\ : hand,and are now receivings now and Middy the said Bill will be taken pro ronjtuo again! gent.lheGa.trieJuice.t 11Is A. .j
.1 .1 HAVHon held Iu and for the County: ot Jcflliboii. ind of Franklin and Jackson Counties.M. to Smith & I'aratnore, Iving on Noiih Mosquito
of( this
GOODS It Jhalf
assortment! of consisting :them : Prociilnl That lea1 publication &: a tea-poonful of PEPSI, i inro :
Creek. I HUGH I 1 1 O. McLEAN; ,
'r\hrl'h !tP I, I l'.0. 9 d in
I Gold Lever Hunting Watches, Smith J DUwortli; Tax Collector for Gadsden County Order he made in some newspaper published in this fer, will digest or disotve. Fire PIlU1f \
4 Gold Anchor Lever do VS. A. LONG & J. P. E. SAV.1GETTAVIN'i Novrmber S, ',:. 41 Cm Circuit. lOtb October. l&/t. neefin aloul two houri, not of t the lton t_ ."J acb'jj :
,, II i.; Silver Lever Hunting do! Dj\M E. JL Scott. J. WAYLES BAKER'Judge, &.c. PEPSIN i- the chief element or Crp : 1
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Silver Anchor Lever do Bill to suljjcct interest of Defendant a* one of the assocL'iteil themselves fur tl):'. purpose oj A trne copy-Attest, Principle < t f I the Ga>tnr Juice the D r,
r j
Clothing. Scl"t1l
Lapine and common do heirs of A. B. C. Soott, decei: ; !', to the payment I- L prncticin? Law, will pve Tromptnt1en1 to R C. LrsTrn, Clerk. food, tie Pwifytnt.:! Pretertin:*.
and "
TUST received at the old stand l S
assorte i
I ', i Genllrin'-n's and I Ladies" CaRom Pin,a jcnpral 1 asnortment (f an account due Complainants. any 111I-inc-'11 entrusted' to their rare. a general October 1 Is! JV"1. 41 AmlmZm Azenf of the Str-mich arlllntf) ,lin4. 'I ;'
I of I Ear: and Finger fling*, Guld Guilds and this caue. it a] jiounii:. to the satisfaction of the :JulvSfi. 1 1K51. 20! (fLaw uncut of Cloth, Cae'imercand Vesting which ------ -- ------ --- ed from the Di t'oali\"e Stomach of the -t.lhu,1ct.Ie 1 t1tt -1
Ke"I'ob! and Vet Chain Seals, G..ld anti Silvei ' LUJD

Pencil.,Gold Pen.Gold Silver Spectacles, Gold State of llorid.1. but has fled to pam unknown; but Firm. approved Gentlemen c-tyle in and on the iao!t reastmable tcrms.I .- CIRCUIT COURT. ly like the natural! 1 Gastric mite in its Chtmal--: rPf" r'"r .i
want of and foflu'onable l !
1 Sleeve, Collar and I5.i-.om Hullon! :lh'prl'eall. and not mt of the t'nittnl! State.- : i BREVARD: will praeti n -p\rtn/'r I I a regular outfit Edward F. McDermor.d ?, and ftunithin: a COMPLETE and
BEARD vill di> well to call Compl't..1 PER.t-t;
Shell Card Ca"e*, Gold and Silver Tliimbks, Gnc Ii i thtrffiirc OrJ"Tfd. That said David E. )[Scott all the Court'* of the MMJe Circuit of upon Bill fur Divorce. SUBS' ITUTK: for if. Hytheaid 1 of Novembers rt.
41 A. 13. CLAUKE.
4 ., .J i Fans Silver and Buffalo Combs.Alo appear and nwer, ph-ad or demur to said Bill: -
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French Mantle Clock Table Knives TeTras belorc. the fir-t i.'i that the JOHN TiEA 1m DYSPEPSIA rsmovemi t *' ,".
'J Monday April next or Bounty Lands and Pensions. appearing to the satisfaction of the Cocrt that are !, j just as tb" woud
) Pialed and Silver Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoon same will be taken for confessed as to him, awl. set ''. V,'. 1m.\'Ap.D. ] MeDermond.. the Defendant in the aliove a healthy Stomach. If i< doing' \f"IIGtrrfJr.bt .
I 1 II 1 : Mary[ \ .
Ladles immtkrsizneiIIitvingrnatiearranzementswjthm:
Plated Spoons, Fork, Cram and Soup
*. rf'ptir"'t1rin cuiesof '
down for hcprin ex partt : Febni.irvl.lR51. 4 tf 'T DEBIr.ITyp.. :
the limit of the State of Floritla .
Plattd? Waiter, do. Tea Set-, Castors! Candle- J'rnriJ'J, That this Order bo publi-lieil for four a rompetcitt and experienced: Agent in the City cause, re-ides beyond NERVOUS INCLINE: ami DY P: '
of U'a.!hin, l.in and so that the ordinary of law cannot 1 beserreil TIC! f ,
being theapproved process
Mick, S">lar Lamps Silver and Gilt Girancblcs. month Wfc-kly in some newi-papcr puL1i."c-I} I in Tab SMITH & O'BKIEN, now prll'idrc1ilh SUMPTION, supposed to be c-n the ,
baneiled, Gnus SJ.ot and Cairo and rr Aho.tin! double "to > The Scientific
the said fir-t Evidence
Ldiu&cc next
P.af. and Flux.fine pocket Kr.hcs Porte Mosaic: : prior .1. WAYLliS Mondav BAKER in April Attorneys and Cccnsciloi at Law, 1 teclion 'f Chums by powers of attorney for Hounty Jt in t/irrrfvre OrJrreJ That a hearing Lp hail in l.afd.Um the hihcst degree opon wfcith .

l'ort'olio", Violins: Claronctf, and Flu.cs; fine HazoSttps&C. A true -Attest : Ju.lge. ALLIGATOR, E. n.1. ..\. Land, *, Pension, and Claiini Icr Losses and b'erti"- this cause at the Spring Term, 152, of saul, Court: MARKABLK. CURIOUS and |{,
copy C(< npon the United Slates: Government. Proriifal, This Order! be published in eon of thenewspapers

Best qutii:' and general a.!"-r:1'r.' of Perfumery. C. G. FIFE, Cleik. : WHIT*SMITH, j M. O'CciEX, OtficcM and soldiers the war of ISI2. or ofanyof printed in the City of Tullahae.e for the I I SCIENTIFIC El'IDE.\'CE> ,_

&:.. &: TOWLE & 1\trr.ns: December, 1851. 48 4m Offic sit Alligator. | om.'.- nt Newnati ville. the Indian w-3r since I 11'M! are f'ntilltd to Bounty space of three months previous to the first day of I .\nO1LlF.blG in r-IebnfedWnrk till \' ,
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fr.hFrr..J"lI 4SI Refer to Col. S. S. -I LET,Savannah ; Jmlsre) Tuiou.t.I Lands under the 1 late Act: of Con!reFor services said Term. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.20th mal Chemistry. says : "An Artiticui, (Il.).IM :J
'. Chancery.In )OI'lUS: Jaek'otivillc; Cot J. '.\ ; O.lI1. rendered! a moderate COlnl't'I.alioli'ill I I I bechnr Dec'r. IS;1. A true copv-Atte't : I tlilid, ,anaioroui to the Gastric Juice, mat b; .

Tax Collector's Sale.BY the Circuit Com t cf the State of Florida October-1, 11':1. : :etlupondelivcr\( the warrant or t lie amount OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. ly prepared frn the nvicou.membraneo'Uieu\tr _' r

virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1 held ia and 'lor the County of Jefferson. collected D. P. IIOGUE.G. December 20, 18)1. CO 3m ach ot the Calf, in which variom articles of iwa" I

\ House ]1 Waller Boots and Shoes. W. HITCH INS. --- --- -- ------ meat I and es,will I I 1 l be softened,tIIunrJan"ii '_
; expocefor sale,before the Coutt a1 Taylor, ; j.. :
I. Qutncy, in the County: of fiad..d !n, on the thud f'*. IUST: 't'\.'.. n (fine assortment of March ?9. l'r.t. 1:2' |If Tax Collector's Sale. teiljit in the same manner atthty icoaltllt! n <

Monday in April ne..t,t he following defect ibcd pro- David; ] E.: M. Scott. J Jjadiea: Black ;and Colored lasting Gaiter, virtue of authority in mo by law vested I have human stomarh." '.

i jwily.tVrsn much therrof as will pay the State and Bill to subjrrt the interest of Defendant) as one of the I.)o. do. Kid and Morocco do. HASH & CO., BY ,! upon, nnd will expose for sale, before th Dr. COMHE. in hi" valiablcvrifiio" tii-1. ;
Counts; Tax due thereon for the tear J Is1 j!, and the heirs of .\. B. C. Scott,deceased, to the payment of I)h Enamelled: Bu--kin Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Court ]lou-e door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the "Phyiolosy notion of ol due Dige: fion. nh'-eived Ilal' amia.<;

I jieressary t'XI'
Sk bundled and forty arres II i land, 1 hing on same due the CoUpaiiir.t.IN ]>. Calf Bu.-kii and! Bnotit I they lave on liand a gfKxl n->ortm.'nt "f such property or so murli thereof as will Ix sufficient to and prominent he and that all-prevailinzcau" "e nf t Dtsp s!i IJ '
Rock this oun co i.r.ich thereof as will pat the Tax atou-i,.id. _I. Court that David I E.:: M. Scott d ennot re-ide in the Mics f'ooretl! Lasting Gaiters;: and. will l lie receiving: reguLrly fre.-h suj>j.Jies. Their year IS.jl, and all incidental expenses to wit : was severely afflicted with ttucornpainf.

HUGH O. \trU: \X. State (If Florida: but ha- {fled to jiarts uukuowu but lk. Kid \Vnlkiiig: MHH-S and Ba>lcin term* shall be reasonable.Taldiaee. All that tract IIr parcel of Land known Furl),' the. finding Gastric everuhin Juice ; cUe iu tail hid r.cr.uuse .

11 1 J Tax Collector for GaJsdcn County. not ont of the United States : Da do. and Morocco B...tees, OIMT! 11. 1 R:1. 40 Purcha'-e, within! Loon County, containing 11-.720. ach- cf to animal nhich, obtained trnrn thul'm :

i I il October 11 IS.'il.: .10 Cm // i* t/trr ,
P, Tax Collector's Sale. apneir: nUll nn wer, plead or demur to said Bill on or and 1'atiiit Ixathor Shoes.ALSO Crockery, &c. Land Companv. Dr. GRAHAM: anthri cftle faraotij trorkjon

p : iK-fon; the fir I'V. virtue of the power vested in mp I by law, I will be taken for eoufcssod aa to him, and set down tents fine Calf R:.ot", 1 1 Gla-- and Stone V.nr ', Tax Collector of Leon County. physiology t that ?hetrmaf ol animajr! laci n
.J shall for ak, before the Ctmit House at for hearing 1)))). Imitation Stitrhed T'1OOl", Novom1r8 1831. 44 Gui cmil"
ex :
expose jwrtr Round Hat: and! square: Bar: Tron. in water, impart to t the fmd! I he prnptrtj el<
Quincy, in the County' of Gad>den, on the ,third ''".,. (,[, Tint this Order. IJG published for four Da) I'e.'e.l and Watf-r-pnjof, Boot*, Nnil.: R.K: !, n.lOll. I loop, and H. S. Iron, ---- ------- ins various artcl:: ef lord, and 1'1>l efTetlirgj Viiid.hM>i>-
Jdondaj of April next the (ollowin: d.*cribed pI''. month. w .'kly L-i wim published in Tallalmsece .I Da) Calf :Loc and Bootees, Tax Collector's Sale.
newspajxr Ca't. ( cnnan and 1 American Rli-trr Steel, artificial di;extiifn oft htm in no win d'ernt; ,
I |'Cl IV. ,or so much I thereof as will I I pay t the State and prior tt* the I'"itlfir.t Monday in April.J. iii". Kip Brespui and Rtiasctt Black"iniths' Amils! Bellows Vices,el Hammers BY virtue of the power vested in me bv law, I from the nflt1ITflli'lIlict process."

County Tax due theicnn for the ear l 1"t and thnetetnrv *- WAYLES BAKER, Judge -\1.80- 1 for sale, before the Court Hoineat .
r llins Club. Bawl: nml Ilnnd Axes, expose C3-Call on tIP -\sent, and get a Descni'itii-..
expeiises incident 'thrrrtc<, to \\ it1'Jie : A true Attest Youth fine Pej ed iJoots, in the of Gadsden, the seeond, J J
copy- : NaiU of all sizes, with a general assortment of Qiiincy, County on cnl.ir, ralil.gi.c; a lare amount i efCiSrW
w'liolaf what i is called Foib'Purchase, (I G. FIFE. Clerk. Btiys; half: welt (10.l do.D Cutltrv. Monday! of Td.y next, the following des libed property EVIDENCE.--imi! to the above, IrgethertiiiR.

lying in Gadlen; County,or !o much thereof l as \ ill Dccemlicr 4 Ii, 11';}. 4 S 4m I)it". Shot* of amo-t! every description. -ALSO3(10 ,or 5.) much thereof a- will pay the Stale and port rf REMARKABLE CURES, from aU 1

]1.ay< the Tax afurel'3idJuundt.d on the I:tt t bv the -- ----- - --------- For sale lov (and no ini-Uke) bvOctoUr pair Men! Russet Brogan County Taxes due thereon from lSI5lo. Iblinclu{ the United $rare*. iar.HI
a OcklocUnee Hirer and on the U'et 1 by I the} Apalachicola 18 )INOI. 41 C. C. BYRD. ,
In ,
HUGH O. !McLEAN.Ta Chancery.In 1uO t!II". !Boys'_ ili.! .I sive, and the necessary expense incident thereto, to .'z.c ..i DYSPErSll CURES
River. ,
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the Circuit Court cf the State cf Florida 20U (!Ii). 3lenV and! Boys' black thick Drogans, wit : Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN has productUfmarvellovi f
\ Collector for GadsJen: Ccuuty. held in and for the County of Jefferson. ETA INSURANCE COMPANY, 2.:>0 do. duo do.! iii,. do. kip do. Eighty acres cf Land, I lying on Crooked Creek, ejfects in curing ca-ies of Mlilytn ;

: October 11, ISl.! 40 Cm Daniel Ladd 1 RTFORD! CON N ECTI C UT. 50 dn. Ladies'! Leather -gged Boots, owned by Romeo Less is. ciation,.\ervovs Decline. and Dyiptptie Ctnrtgf. ,

BUILDINGS! Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house Gent's ('alt.. Kid sm-l 'oat; Boots: HUGH! McLEAN, lion. it icaimrnsOibleIn give the d.-taiU cf ca"

Large Sale of Public Lands in Florida David E.ES.M. S.-rtt., aiusl less. by tire. B:>.vs, Youths and Mk"ea Shoes. Tax Collector for Gadsden County. the limits ot this :advertisement? ; but anthcnlifj'4
I IS 1IEKKMY: GIVEN; that the umI'r- LEWIS: & AMES, 1.-0- rf\'Pmbl'rGI.i1. 44 ton; certificate have been {given o' more thanT ft I
NOTICE the]. interest -
Bill to subject f.f Defendant : of the
: will, in jiureuatiee: (,f law, oiler at Public ]hcirsr.f A.15. C. Soott. to the of n ono January 20, I IS-'iQ 3 Asenls, Tallaha!"ee.JOHN 100 bumhes Cotton Yam No. 5 to 12. Tax Collector's Sale. HUNDRED REMARKABLE CURES, in hiTa4l.! : I
Auction, before the Court Houe Iu'Jr l in the Peverulniuntiiis payment judgment _.--- -- -- -- --- phia New York and Bc*'on alone. Tfccse werea;>
All f which will 1 IK *old low
nnd, interot the due the (> as as any in the mnrket. -
as heri-i'infYer: stated the fJl'lviu'alu: lJle n same Complainant. PRATORIUS, Tallow nil l HI" ; I virtue of the power ves.ed in me by law, I desperate; cases, ard the cures were not sri:
this it the Hides II '-'Wax taken in trade, forLiih BY
to tati-faction
e.ttise appalling the
]r.mJ located by State authority as part .f the grant 1 expose for sale! before the Court ire.n"e at rapid and wonderful bnt peimarenf.!
Court that David) E. )L Scott diNvnot i[:or Tin: r.ATi: ruiM \\ we will allow the liighest nnrk..tOctober pri'-e.
re-ide in the or IUT.L &
P1L.tToIUrJ] .
I if Congress to sail StaU-: fir jnjrjvs jf lut 'rnal Im- Quincy in Gad'den County, on the second Monday It is a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, and prtir.ulailv
:5, 1K31. 42: H El II it RUST.
j>rovenenL These ]4W;* were, in good I jiart, MWudliimediately State tif 11' ri.Li, but hafloil to parts unknown, but / i inform his frii-nd] and time public in May next, the follo'\"in; described pri"pertyor useful for tendf nry to Cillion disorderLter
: -- --- --- ---- -- --- ---
after the eoinp'eti of the U. S. IoUM'e\"i1. not out of the United State : ji"-\TOt'LTJ, lw taken the store lately occupied; Southern Mutual Life Insurance "o much thereof as will pay the State and County Complaint, Fever and A nor badly treated Fn rand

jittd are biihevctl to eiubraw some "f tinb] <>st ii: the li ;* /,' .*" Or-kml. That said David] E. M.Scott 1 l. nnd adjoining tin. store lately of Louisiana. Company Taxes due thereon from I'-: to ISol, indll"i ve,and A sue, and the evil eCect.i of Quinine )''ncurt.

.. $tate fur tlieprnduoUou of Corn C itt.].Sugar, TobacCo appear] ] and n swer. pk-ad or demur haH, Bill on f.r tf'lil'i.tJ bv Bull tt Pratoriu.herelie "iilll\ plea-eil : I ihr necessary penlE''I incident t hereto, to wit : and other drngsnpon the Digestive Ofaansiafter ,
and Trojiicjil Fruit*-aid /tlierB fiut-Ir adapts] t..1 before the first Monday' ; in April next, or the same !. to attend to tIe rails mind wai.tsof tho-c Who may ]mpoed HAVING liern ap x-inted Agent for the above Com One hundred and sixty acies of Land in Gadsden tone sickness. Also, for ecesin eatingvaadflie? I

the Turjvaitane and Lumber bikiuws. The Laud will will |IIC taken for Cllfjfc.--ccl us to him, and sut down di-. to patroni/u him in 11 line of .'ill'! deeming it unnecessary to di-cu the i Count v, belongins to Robina Hollin;er. lying on the too'free ne ardent spirits. It almost reconcile

I be offered in lialf-rfchihs: for hearing fs fuirff : lIe has received, by tie! late arrivals thwcf atiJllMtfrtfJ importance awl advantage of the mutual innranreprinciple Apalachicola River, adjoining the Kinds of Innerar. Health \siklntcmprranee.OLD :

In Jffflr60t County, flU Monday, 1 J1pril. 1RU2, Prnei.l, That this Order be ]iul,li-hod] for f.ur f'ipply ;f {luf/t Caxtiiarrt, Venting; TiouM! re-pcetfully solicit the con"iderationtif ily. HUGH O. MrLEAN, STO.M.iCH COMPL.1LYTS.

111"'Ut am, 2-;,CIO months w.dd) ii: some iiewjiajn-r pubi.-heil! in TalLliassuc Fuwey 1J
UMifOn, Monday-] 10th, about 65,5CO iirior to wild fir-t Mondav* in April next HKA Y-JLtJJ: CL O THIXG : relati\'e to it,can be obtained bv calling en the November !.S.:1. 44 Cm I which if tine, not 9 em to teach and le- \
t, ,J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A MiWriUr. S. S. KNIGHT. moat once. No matter how l-a/J they may be. itGIVES ; i
Hamilton )mdar 26tli aboutMonday
( 0001mtibifl All of which. I flatter
true copy-Attest : my.-ilf, are euual in >tyle and] Xo\n.x-rrf! >, 1830. 47 tf Tax Collector's Sale. I I INSTANT RELIEF! .Itinrltdwrtmnnall t
Srd aboutWdlnesdny }
May, 3,120 ; I
iite ) that
< CltJlC'r" win
ax IKJ
: I .
J1lt.u/wlL 5th Slav, aljout ,520> C. G. rIFE Clerk. found, in this[market. He u'.ill my give nstentiin THE TRUE MEDICINAL virllof the power vested in me by law. I th 'tfifunpltasantrgmptcinx; and it only: need tote .1
particular : BY ;
I JI'lIn.lt Hlth May, about 20.1SO58S40 DefemlK Ii. 1 R:1. 48 4 in 1, ; t''po''t' for sale, before the Court Hooe at repeated tor a shirt 'lim<* to rnakptl'eo'VmOdree4 t : ;
: to hmo: "mes Ja. tn.tIl"lICS he will lut-rit a liUnd : r
Marion M,m
Jlrrnnn-lo, [Ii.'nton.1] M. ndav, 2lUi May, 4S.040: In Chancery. J\\'milCr :.. 185't. 4C tf in the car of Scrofula, Consumption, Monday of April ne.xt, the following described pr.- JODY follow at once. Il is partirnla icellent
in Nausea ArenMcl
IHlMorovyli, Saturday, 2'.iti May, dx.ut 4SO0I USEFUL p'rtyr !o much thereof a? will pay the Stale and ca"es Vomifir.sf. Cramp
Circuit of the {
; Iu the Court State of Florida in -' .thuunaPr.rIcImjljCuh.i.i fow
the cf the Stomach di-f after eatinsr, ,
TERMS-One-fourth coMi: -the <,th"t;'r Ouw-fourthn and 1411' Jefferson County. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. and alldi.e.i!e I of the Che-l t ard Lun<;oa. A ytipphol County Tax due thereon for the year 1S3I, and thent'Iarv cold pit state cf the flOOd; ,, Heaviness.rp>9 Lotviiess o(Spir.
ia thn-e (.qnal annual' iustahacnt*,-ft-itli interest valuable expenses incident theretoto wit :
this medicine i
payable i4jut rpcened which is
Thomas C. McKuin, E subscribers have on hand I two hundred and Two hundred; and 'forty acres of land. in Gadsden irs, Despondency Emacwtion, Weakness, leniency
\\1U1ce.' Or, if purehaMT prtf.-rit. five T warranted and of( .
any ,
per ,.. pllr. very sumntrimirqualitv.For
filly ounce- ol f Sul' haleof Quinine, which thc Insanity Sl1icitp,&oe.
| ; Robert
to belong to Jimerson.
will IKS dedueleil frotn the erodit ,. County purporting or
('cot .:\ "
I infuhJC'IJ'upon David; II )f. Scott. have cil taired diiect Iron the manufacture: and .IJy AME much thereot as will the Taxa aforesaid, Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN: is anD) by nnrltkO
the the whole at the so pay lying -
Jf 6.1e.J1:1ymC1lt..C DAVID punlianioiwv I ;S. WALXE11,wile Bill to subject interest of, Defendant as ono f.f the] they will warrant it to be a superior article. May23.J"i41.. J 20 Tallaha"-ee, I-'la. on Hat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, the dealers in fine drug and Popular Medicine.
o heirs of A. B. C. Scott dePeas-eil, to the payment We have enlarged our stork ol Drug: and! Medicines -- ---- -------- Tax Collector f-'ir Gadsden County. thronghont the United lal,1. It is prepared in
of Public Lands fur the State of Florida.
llegUter Deceniljer 20, 18:1. 50 Sm; fif a judgment and 5i U-ret due the Complainant by r<'cent anival-iatul are prepared lo exeonle! PROTECTION INSURANCE COiVPANY7"! October ll.T,:. 4J Cm. powder ,and in Fluid form-and in Prescnplwa TialJ I

: 1111" cause, it ajpcaring) to the satisfaction of< the orders for articles in m-r line, at wholesale or retail, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, for the n
Ranaway .L Court that David J II M. Scott does not reside in on the most ;.icporntnodatin t jtrins.We Capital tock, S* GOooo. Notice. PRIVATE CI CUL\R"? for then**of rhT cian,

the State of Florida ha: flesh to partd uiibiown, but have aloatew t al'countl'.t due to UQ for t th" QIX month from date the underMcried.] administrator may be obtained of Dr. Housihton rr his Agenta.de(
.. ,. c 77ROM' the subseiilxr on the tjfoht: (,_f the 13thh not out of the United States : veir 1SI'I The? cenerally in smahtaranunt. I rpIIE uimlorsigneLl} ; Agent of the nbovc Company: .3 on the estate of Louisa B.[ Newtcn. deceased cn!!in; the whole proce of preparation and gums -
": 1.- ,J,: iust. two ue;pi men, one belonging to Dr.) ''' ,. to take ri-b sgain-t Fire on buildings which the rlain ol tb's
but ;
1 It it therefore OrdrrfJ, That wild: David E. M. Scott if \\holecould be paid shcrtlv.it would go I will present hi-s final accounts and vouchers to time authorities upon
Scfsions Ii low< can read, by lli<> nime: of Peter, was brought tti I 1. FLAGG.; Agent.Tallahswre REMEDY l be raised S'S
lwf.iitime first Mouday in .\I.ril next, (II' the smile LEWIS & AMC.S. char;ed. no objection can agiinst
4 this cauutry}by Mr. IViidcr two years ago. It i is tujt '- will IKJ taken for confessed as to lain, uuJ sot down June 9, l".'0. oy O cto1er2lPM. 42 PATRICK SMITH. Admr. b] Physicians in respectable standing t and rtgnltf
f msed he v ill try tll make hi.* Ltk.I*> one -
way --- ---- -- bottle.
for bearing f f jmrtf : October II, 181.; 40 6m practice. Price ONE DOLLAR per
_ _ I Itelonging 1 to Gc-orge S'\I'iIJD'I, ulnut 5 fwt 9 iwlwsliigli &c. $20 Reward. '
Saddlery the
Pro'WeJ That this Order] IKS pabli-hcd for four -- -- --- :ORSERVCTHIS: .Every bottle ol gesa-
J ). very etout wI l round, .llOutdf rf', front teethFomewhat I T) ANAWAY from the plantation of the ul Notice. ine PEPSIN: bear the written signature oil $
month weekly iy some ucw>pijM; 'r published! Tidloliassce tt''r.inrl n fun lilt of mr'n", boys :m.] ladies 9. s., ? >-
decayed] 1m a scar <>u the inside of eaeh IUTII, JrST .1-" scriber in G.uL-kn e"lInt.I1..rit.lt the pynth after date, I hall to the HOGG IlTO1.: D. sole Fliladelphw!
: prior to wild fir.t Mondav: m April I. i.ext ,J Bridles, Mn-tina1c.] HtinI'-I: Spurn, ( :uif: 1 A f.n SIX apply Judge proprietor
looks as if they were eausr-d by fire burn. Alwi) a negro j. WAYLES'UAKER] : Judge.A Skill l. J.illillkins, Rip Skiums, Pater.t .I':1t1.c'r. l'a- I -12. :th Oct. last roy man AD.UI.Jlm is about Proliate for Washington County: for, a final eitlement Pa Copy-risht and Trade Iark ?f eorec.:

woman belonging tV.. J. Sentt, very bkck, a- true cx>]'y-.\th'.t : titit Fut-tJan, with a good os&ortimut of \VlJp", tc :M: years: c.fu.t.\ 5 feet G moLes high, vtry veil built and di-chanj from the estate of Joseph. B.Lotkey tO- Sold by all Druggists and De31.r3 inJIcicinti. -
}bout 19 o VL She 1 1ft about the Kt iutt A\'c the
year C. G. FIFE, CIcit For s-ale low ly betwetn a copper and black eoU-r' wiighs gome deceased. .
subscribers will pay the reward of Jt20 each for the December C, 1651. 48 4 in HEIR RUST.. where alA'ut I lillll.s.; talks a little! fine end tolerable MARIA LOCKEY, .A m'x. LEWIS & AMES

ckHvtrjr of"ud nognx-s to us or iu any eafe Jail where OKolrf-r1lRrl.} HO tf ijuitk when s-j "kcn to-bus a scar or two on one (.f Washington} Co. September 13, 851. Sfi 6m IVholesale: and Retail entJ.

"' ve can get than. In ----- --_.. ---- his, anus KJ ii: a line with his tll11mb. end I think, some Fehruary'7,1S3-2.' 5 ly _
Any person wWwug to give any information about Chancery. Here I Am. bears MI his breast He I bus a large sear on his I hock Notice. .._.

Ihosenegroe*, will please uddrees Mauuirigton, I' O. MIDDLE CIRCUIT-IN LEONCIRCUIT COURT. to ]p:m'ha"e certain property en the s!:- n'-ar. I think, the left shoulder] blade" with! otl.er SIX months after date, I will apply to the Jud-re SIOOBEWARD.Proclamation .

Leon Co, 1'Ta On the petition (If David) P. Hoguo, Guardian ol.f TRAILING, inn hrre to attend to tin* war.ts of the mat Li by the whip for fighting.. lie il agoniltiildliuid.in l'robate of Gadsden; County for my dischargen. (>y Iliummt Lroicn, GortrNJt f

I- A. M. It SESSIONS, I Thomas 11. Willis, a iianor, for ale of certain Real Citizen (>f TallahiA-ec: and the lialanro! our worhl. :
(;JEOIMSE] ; : SESSIONS, Estate : i All whim inUnd .11r(1m1iumg goods, will find; it to their 1 wok I of Booth: Turner aiul Clayton, traders from Sa- S. DILWORTU. "* s \TIIEREAS. it has been made **'

- AV. J. SC01'T.Decernlwr20,1Rt ]3Yir'ue' of nn Order of his, Ilonrr, .Wayles Ba intere-t to c.dl Kfuru they let the slip fromtheir vannuh, GL: I win give the above reward for Ailam January 17, 1852. 2 6m pjk: murder \rrs reemtt i'
money r.a.
: 50) If of I I that I him and if lutriiored S i A mitted b the county of Santa
---- e Mud Court m paid eaua made on liners. S. S. KNIU11T.OctolHr in a safe ji.il so get or in Notice. the W* of 01.Tohn
Now Opening I the 17th January: 1S52, at Chambers, I will expo-c ( 18. 1S51. -11 tf the posse??i,.n tf any white manor uegro with proof State l.v, one WILLIAM DAVIS upon &.almil
r las
indelie( to the estate cf Amos S. Wi1onntl whereaaid Davis
-- for sale, in front'of the Court I Hou AT the well known Maud l formerly occupied by "se!, (III th'fiM Monday in March next, within legal Notice. IL J.X1r.R.D'l'ml'r .4-. Pipkins late of Leon Ccnnty, deceased are required M n)Tv a fugitive from justice: .j,
CLARK k ASTILLM, a General and Select hours to make immediate payment, and all persons Vow tlirrffffrr. I TIIOMI rBOTTTf, GoTfraorct1'State
- the fulluwlng described lots or parcels' of cIx months r.fter date the uii.ierineil i Administrator 2((. 1851. 51''> tf yestd 1II
Assortment (If .:iTid, to wit : l.J J/-Savannah Georgian, copy till forl/uL} laving th'inandagainst wild estate, are required to cf HoriJa by rirtue of the autlmrity
Fall and Winter Clothing, I riumlwred of the estate of Thoma Bumettc will apply present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed me by hw, do ht'rtbfttft'r a reward One IIm
>jts Nil, 1C5, ICS-in the North Addition ---- ---- ----
Tansy GoodCloths l C.iinicres, Yctin:*, IIoMory, (.f tIll City of Tallahassee ; and lots numlKredi59 final to the te-ntlemeiit Judgt] of and Probate, di-rhwv of Madi-ou C'.unty, furl Furniture, Chairs, &c. by law, or they will be barre PoUrs for the apprehension cf the said Wvis 1*
from caiil! estate. said ec
I Fine .Sewed and! ( Ponged Boots, Slipper J'c. ; which 20, 2C::, 2Cfi, 2C'*, 272. mill 273, in the old plan, DAVID) ISOUXTO.; : ) TT/'E have ju-t reeiived from New York per Brig A. M. K. SESSIONS, AdmV. anilh safe delivery to tie Sheriff of tne

'! the ftuL-crihrr i k ready: and anxious to wll on the of the Kiid City of Tu.hlahmaasee. DANIKL) IBMtXETTE, f fA ,mr \ \ Suwanneo, a furtlier supply of handsome- nndsujxrior January IT, Is::;!. 2 St t-v r Santa Rosa. =5 2 o m

1 I 111Qllt reasonable h'ntM, for c.i'-h or its *"llit.tIle/it. Purcha.-ers to pay fur title Terms of sale-Ca>h. Madison Du'c-mlxT Cm Furniture. Jfrna.-Sai.I WilUan Davis is between di"
County, 13,1851. 40 buH <
,. to The ftock of Clothing consists in part of OSCAR A. IYEItS, We Furniture Rooms to Notice. years of agiabout 5 feet hi<:h. of heavy
--- ---- are now opening our ,
creditors, 1 legatee, distributee, and all other hair inclined be dark dark gwj"Lazle
_ Slack and Colored }res and rk Coals, Master in Chancery. For Families.A nhich ve invite attention, ALL t-omplexii to eyes
_ :. Black, Blue, Grot-n, Brown and Mixed Frock, Januarv 21,1852.J 3 7t Ova! and Plain Itock Sofas, erson* interested in the estate of Baptist am! lane and fulL .
Sack and Fancy Coats, A SMALL nnd convtuit-ut luces SOAP to be Tete Tt-tt-s and Divans; 1'nmibley. late of Jefferson County, are notified to In testimony whereof I have 1 ,

t\_ Drab, Black ruid Brown Overcoats Lj.j l n-htof H. S. KNIGHT.Novendxr a and P!ook Stands present their claims within the time limited by law.or mv hand and caused to be s

: 1' l urelll\ncl Black Silk and Black Satin Vests, Attachment.In 1, 1851. 43G Work Quartetts Stands and Ottomans ite, Ac. this iitCCwill be pleaded in bar ">f their claims ; [SEAL] Great Seal of the State of *"*.

; ; :Black Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Caseimcrc PantaVlutc Jusfifc Court, Second JJixtrict, Jon County. -Exchange- ---- at Par I Of Chairs] we have a great variety. Now opening and all persons indebted to said estate, arc requestedto the Capitol, mTalLiIiasseetha2t>talB7cf

'_ 11101111, Daniel I.idd, } Lind Cottage Chairs, make immediate payment. Jauuary, A. D.135i
_ I "\ Fancy Silk and Marseilles Vests and 'a'tf t-*. }j. Amount of Debt, ?21 'G. TIOCEU1ES, hardware, CWeKCI\, Woodware] Jenny AstorGilt; dn. io. WAUIlP: BRUMP.LEY: AdmV. THOMAS BROW

r noin other articlet too uuuiurous to mention. Daniel Hair. ) Snit, Iron, Steel, ]lhuuikets, Kt'r.'Yfa' Brogans, Fancy Cane Sent dot Jefferson County January lU, 1852. 1 2m Govenrt ofPj
Hats, ( mark J}) CO:1'-' 1'lIIf Vests.t 0\1'1'- the Governor Attest
A. B. CLARKE.yovcmbc 81)5. rc'o :
: ]Defendant and all others interested] here "Wlit. Oak and Walnut d U.
'tf ,
_ are Notice.
THE 'Joatll, lliinting Cants, Saddles BridU: tie C. W. DOWMXC.
; 8, 1 651. 4t tf given jim
notified of the commencement of this ."it. Ruh Bottom and Hoser 001.1 Chair,
EXChANGE fur Cash, Cotton nnd rnnhice ..f the months from date, the undersigned Executrix, Secretary of State.
:; t New Goods. returnable' ] to a Justice's Court to be held at TallahasKH Ollice niul! Dining Room do. SIX
Country generally. J. ). WILLIAMS.November present her accounts and vouchers to theJudge January SI, 1S52 4
I dj received for the l.a.1il', on the cccoiul Monday ((8th day) of Marcliaiid I, 1851. 43 Spring Seat Mahogany nO'k'rChilJI''Ii ,, of IVobate for the County of Ilill-borough, arid

L JUST and Phiid Lustres and De Laine, to appear and plwid to the mine- High: and I JIW Chairs, tc. ask to l e discharged from ndnlini'tratim on the estate In Chancery.
Given; under hand and seal this BERRY: J ROWLES Auctioneers :.
fr my SOth day of **
I Plaia and Watered PopkHi, Brocade*. Barege, Butter. of Henry S. Clark deceased. late of said County. MIDDLE CIRCUIT IX LEON CIRCUIT COr
December, A. D. 1851.DONALD. 3 832. 52
[ ]
I Barege De Ijauics. Plain and Printed TIMUCI, ) CAMERON 20 KEGS verv best BUTTER fur family use, January ELLEN M. CLARK Executrix Bill Foreclosure ofjfortaaye on Lani
} Figured, Plain aiil Striped Drei-s Silks, just received and for sale January 10, 1852. 1 Cm for
,'> do. do.] Justice; of the 1'tace. by Shirts of all Kinds, William G. Ponder,
da Bliick
_I ;. Do January 3 1852. 62 Cm January\ ,, I 16.-.2. 1 C. C. BYRD. and Colored with Embroi vs.
I / rL. Black and Watered Silk Mantillas, --- WHITE Fancy -*orue Notice.
n. ---
------ ---- sinff
1r Kid Silk, Cotton and Beaver Gloves ----- Bu ims-beautifully stitched-of both x months] after date, the undersigned Administrator Howell Peacock.Administrator of all nail

1 Embroidered IL S. and Border L. C. Hdkc. DChemicals, &c. Fine French Dress Boots, Broad and ilikic I'Juits, wfll made, and will lit to achrrn. S in right of his wife Sarah surviving Ad- goods and chattel, lands and tenements,of W

e Ill Thread anti Muslin lodgings and Jnwrtings, QUININE warranted and full ir' A XD CONGRESS GAITERS, of superior for sale cheap by minNtrator of the estate of Thomas J. Hadley, late Moore, deceased. ..

r i ; French work'd Canes C<,llarN Cuffs& Chemizetts, SULPHATE} pure *{! .1..1. quadity and fint-h, for fait- low by W. T. MITCHELL.Decembea of Jefferson County,deceased,will apply to the Judgeof B rendered virtue of a his Decree Honor in J.Chancery Wavles Baker."nHl"T"iie J

11: BLick anti Colored c-Jiib'd Cafchnicre Shaw Is, Oil, Black: pepper. r W. T. MITCIIELI. 1\ IS1 40 tf Probate of said County, for a discharge from said of said Court.by I Trill AT sale, for casb.DW i {

I > "\\luteCrapeShawls. Purified Chiin idme, an article prepared from the Jeceniberl3,1S51.) 49 tf Lots for Sale. Admini 1trn 15. LOEB. of the Court House (loor expose. in the City of TallaM* '

White and Colored Silk Bonnets, Perm'ian: ham k, oont-idcrcd nearly e' ual to Quinine. at A LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER Jefferson County,January 3, 1852. 52 6m* on the first Honda v in March next,within kpUBjr:

: .. Straw and Leghorn do. about one third. the price' Hats. GOODS, comprising all articles needed in this time foUowin descr'ibed parcels or tract cf l* '

Black Bilk I.a.ce for Mantilla, ALSO, a general supply of Clicmicalu of the best General assortment of Gent fafhionehlo Mole market, received by recent arrivals from New York, Notice. izug in saul County s to wit :
L_ I I', Pink, Blue and WhiU Bonnet Muslin, quality. skin nnd Beaver, Dnib nnd Black"B.B.Rusia do. : for sale in J*>t. to suit purchasers.November ALL persons having demands against the estate of The S 'SV 4 othe N W .1. and the N W 0t thNW

_r Black and White Silk Hose, Cotton do. Black and Colored Sporting Hats, for men, boys and I 1, 1851. 43 J. II. WILLIAMS.[ It. Taylor deceased, late of Jefferson ofSecGTR.NaOSCARA

; : ; i Black tk Colored Gaiters, Kid Slip-ties k hoof Fine Cologne, Lubin's Extracts, and.] an assortment youths,just recceivtd. And for wile by County, are hereby notified to present them within + 311E115,

t f.::4 : With a great variety of other articles, too numeri of Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low i,rices. HEIR & RUST. Youth's, Children's and Boy's Clothing:, the time prescribed by law,or thU notice will be pleadin Masteri CLancert.'it .

t !. :1 nUl i to mention, which they will please call and 'xI' Davit') Pain Killer, Iladw ayp Ready Relief. October, 1851. 39 tf SOME of which is very handsome, j just received by bar; and all person indebted to said estate are January 24, 185*. o '

I' amine. HEm A RUST. O* nod', India Chohigogue.llo : -- W. T. MITChELL requested to make payment immediately.

:- October 25,1851. 42 tf e'u celebrated PlaUers, and other Familv. Med Caps. November 1. IP51. 43 tf 0. W. TAYLOR, AdmV. Notice.

Just- Arri'cdIlIA -- I icines.Jaync'u. HEIR t RUST, have jut received a good assort Hats and Caps Janrarv24.1852. 3 8t rpHII nnders; ned having been appoint Ad 3-

i VE just received by the last vessel from New. Medicines, Ac, ftc,just received by of mens, boys and youths,Cloth,Plush and all sorts,just received and for gale, CHEAP. Notice. JL trator de ion J* turn on the estate of Jur otieet

__an invoice of men's wom
.t ;, infant' Shoes comprising many styles not heretofore .- Oct.clhcr4,1851. S9 tf November I, 1851. 43 tf vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon persons having against law su"n,Of '
offered in thin market There are alxo, four cases County, M Administrator of Seaborn F. Holcomb, them within the time prescribed by
t 1 Gentlemen's hoots assorted, to -which] I invite atten Negroes for Sale. Bricks and Lime. Salt. deceased late of said County and ask for a dischargefrom will be plead in bar of their recovery requested; t

t tion. The above will I he oW low to close a consign- 22 LIKELY and valuable NEGROES for sale JUST rweived, SOM fine Northern Bricks, 200 casks JUST received, 600 sacks Salt by said Administration. Sons indebted to said estate,H.are T.
F.- iwnt ". J. M. WILLIAMS, by S. S. KNIGHT.NoA Lime and for sale low, by D. LADD. D. LADD. O. C. S. JOHNSON Adm'r. immediate payment. AdJ2' d DO'$ '

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