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: March 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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South-Weslcrn Georgia. raitr a Un. nwfur the City of Tatlahauwfa \ F;'om A Graham'GOOD Magazine, for Jan. 62 as he mused on the subject, of the pleasureof hands. If they go on increasing at this rate, king the merchant' hand and grasping it ;1".1

'rnn8rv. li.: (. at Villa Nova near Cutlic tar J'lil'al Y Mr cmimifnting (IlL the fr t da>i of INVESTMENT.BV doing good ; and the loss is all on his I soon shall be rich." warmly. .

T IrIs NG- ;'!.'( '''' County, wa opened on tho Kith +iprit, in the year one thviuand eight tittiidred'aiid T. 8. AKTIIUK. side. If we have the ability to secure investments Rather unsubstantial kind of riches," As the two men sat down together, the one j! .

Irnth'r f'irrum-tmt', ('*ilon li'tlly rncouraginjj.f .- QfcCTION fif'I.fro.' "That's a smart little fellow of rotrs," of this kind, they are among the best I was remarked by the friend. addressed as Mr. Davis, aaiJ- ;, ..
T; 'r,1/If' the fi.r .' tht anxniiiteJ ti 't'VClIi. I r*-> Cnwiril if City ,,f TnUaliatntr That the first a are to put at That which elevates and delights was sorry to learn a little while ago, :. ,

JD till::! Jiititutt1! of th f iniltv are. at pre ent. the N'till of,the lte'it'ninii'et of the 1:1t' year be. nnd man, who was called in, occasionally, to some money in the fund of good works, let mind can hardly be called unsubstantial," replied -: that you will lose by this failure in Rio."

\, TIlt'.tl1rm1w'ri'l'T'ppv..\. T. HOI. tr\. A.M., JOHN HILL the! same is, continued in full force as part of this Or. I do work about his store. Does he fo to it be over so small an amount. Have suffered Mr. Winslow. Gold will not alwaysdo Heavily. It has ruined me !T replied Mr. ; ".

r tt1".iIR.;. A. M. Mr*. AMANDA C. CLAKKE, and dinance.SKU.2.. I school ?" the abridgment of a single comfort by this." Winslow. : .j

. ii'l UItY WILSON. I I IThe i lie : fir /'rfTr the Ord-iinrJ.. That there ..11a1 Not now, sir," replied the poor mar. what I have done No. have gained in The friend sighed involuntary. The remarks Sot so bad as that, I hope t" said Mr. Da :i
l\e-idiiit now f'Tosponclins; with Ta1i(* ofIiu'r.tr I'nl1111 ctl.t.d following Taxes MVby not Davis ? He looks like pleasant and the ? trg
" year uulhc fii alright thoughts feelings by act of Mr. Winslow caused thoughts to vis.
iiu-rit, who will 1 Uinpliv l as their'crricoK ''I f (llnlt'nlil;; "t day of: April 1852: "
t1I"n 'lit' rcquirol! ; an-1 tlc fii.-n., ]. ".f mr C..li i i 1-Upon all Ierdititsiiidini\ poods, ware.and lad. Largely. It has been a source of perennial flit over his mind that were far from being a- Yea it has removed the last prop that I i ;

and mav of E'lncation: poncrally. 11f"t.l: ns. inilt merchandize: ,. a tax of thirty-five cents on every ]bundied He's got_ good parts, sir," returned I the. enjoyment I would not have believed that, greeable.A leaned on, Mr. Davis. The very last one, ;l
;:;t'tlie *On'I'Rl DepartnKiil) will 1-c represented by dollar! !1 value of the Ettck m trade on the frt father, "but at so small a cost, I could have secured so : year or two went by, and then an addition and now the worst mast come to the worst.It iJ
th'-ix-tont' rrofo,< rt' a'"l Jcurer.curi'.e : *. i ijc day of A prlucxt, n near us thu uiic can bu ascer But what?lit asked the gentleman, feeing much pleasure. And how great the was mad to the firm of Webb & Wal- is impossible for me to take up fifteen : .

: *''f *.tuI.i". Jvi.l-.l.:into. two:nlo Clause fbroo!: Departc t.II1,2!-Upon all vcmW! of jnoN, wnre : that the man hesitated. I good that may flow from what I have done dron. Edward Davis received the offer of an I thousand dollars worth returned draft" :i iti

\nuJtarli iVpartniiiit .,'..(other, tluin; i tinrrnt: 'I trader) nt.lml mrrcmn.li" rom "Times arc rather hard now, sir, and I I Instead of s mere day-laborer, whose work interest in the business, which he unhesitatingly i "Fifteen thousand is the amount!" I II

1'RIM.MIY nEl'\Tt1'IF.XT. 2fliiI (j biiMn) (** after: the tir.t day
The, fiM fla of ibi) D.mrtmcntillbeprmci) -, ( f thirty live ((lt (.1. {- 'l'rv bundreJ dollar in value can do to keep hungry and cold away Ned of boxes, bales and barrels, or the manufacture the road to fortune. Three years afterwardsone I Mr. Davis smiled encouragingly. : i
I'f heir ht:tk in
and to l b.i otimated
UwiJitig DefiningEitntHrtlnn
'lliiij1! : tl\1. a"-eed
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In 'lie,
ACAPCMIC! Dni'AUTMENT. "-l.xin] all Allt.tiol alc. olio per ('Clt upon tIC! reckon he will have to go to a trade soon." {higher ability and more intelligent action in acting from a benevolent impulse, pro. 'Mr. Winslow started, and a warm flash >r>

I g.. :11"I"t "f fal'g How old is Ned ?f' inquired( Mr. Win. (society, will be able, if ho rightly use the posed to send young Davis to school have went over his (face. '
vill be ta Aiitbinetie, 1 ifis
1:1.v. fir'tcla: ** : .i-l-p"n:1 improved i \itiimproved town lot", slow. in his hands to advance tho world'sonward didn't to ?I" asked Mr.
frtnlYnLr.lI'-tor' ', /c.-tl"1"n per u-rin, 15 00' n 1::.| thiny-lj\c cents on hundred dollars power passed. Why you come me if..
I- tLc; : fot'Clln,1: < .L"" vill lw tauJt! .\It.ra.'Bhcttrie. ,( value t h'r"r every) He's turned of eleven." movement in a moat important de One day, about this period, Mr. Winslow, Davis, the moment you found yourself ia :1

'att.rAl; ]I111'rt.CIIut ll tny, | &- | Irry practicing I'1.kian. I1cti i.t. or lOr ou won't put him to a trade before he's gree." who had met with a number of reverses in such a difficulty. Surely!" and his voice '

it-tu-U'W jvr t.rin 15; 00COLLEGIATE .Attuntey I s.inl TOUIIM HIT atr.v. ouo "'yr Cel.t. on' thirteen or (fourteen? I Thus thought Mr. W., and Iis heart grew business, was sitting in his counting-room, slightly trembled, surely you did not think ;

DITA11TMENT.ja : {'very bundred: ] d.llu'f jinnunl ill\lt'. I I Ir .. Can't keep him: at home idling ahout nil warm within him. Time proved that he had with a troubled look on his face, when the it possible for me to forget the past Do notI ;
-t"pf>n all fn e ci.lnied ", 1 between the I. 1 I j'
'flic fir-t (*. \ii1\n!be taught! Nati-.ral I'J.iKp'X.lti ]
; :\.,\. 1.lwIlJltrllJ'r.cr] ;"\, L- 7-l"]11)11 freecoi ired- ftiniale. l ltve(-:the acres ruination. Its young to go out from home, ''for obt-ining a good education. His quick Hid countenance was pale and disturbed. one of the basest of men, if I forgot my obligations r t

'I. : ;;.::.'II is'' fli.LI, 2000'I I <-f \' .11. mid fifty: :yar*. a tax of th(. 1.:1a: :\-. :| I know, to rough it and tough it among stran mind acquired( in tho position in which he We are ruined 1 ruined !I" said he, with If your need were twice fifteen 2

In ti";\: .011..1 dlhqI.1":1"r:.\1.1111'i I. 'aI:11..flatIf1vi X\t r\11'1i.,'icc. j! s-t'I:lU all;i \\ lute in: '1.! inhabitants. I h.t".t'l their gers"-there, was a Might: un,:2cadincs! $ in the ;! was placed, accurate ideas of business, and much agitation, thousand, and it required the division of my .

1.1.\f.I>i.fcttfl* the jv:;.. *,*.-.-I t.!11111 it r' Ii 1111. **.fnrt dollar.: <'of t\unt\-oite* auJ bivtvcai. '-, n lw.l tax of one j' poor man's voice but it's better than duing'I industry and force of character made these )Ir. VVinslow] started to his feet last dollar with you, not a hair of your head I :i .\

ell Tuna-' in the; lUjurtunut U1I!u-i': will be cJargeJ 1 I H' nil plivre, owned or otnploved] in tlsiity. : -* until I !!!"." '[ideas thoroughly practicaL Every year his Speak!" he exclaimed. What new disaster should be injured. I did not know that it :

t\1M:f.1U'olm. I ('i -t"p f M-V' "".-tin. cents to !11! p.-iid bv the ., Nt-d: ought to go to school a year or two.employers advanced his salary, and on attaining ,is about to sweep over me?I" was possible for yon to get into an extremity :

lJ..u-ucl an die. Gr'tk Wlll.t: Latin,11'1\\ dt.r ami: ;.IVcncli'. in. .! ':t"I' or' (Iw-1I-' tin;.reof: J'roeiilnl. The City ('in-: 'i longer, DavU," said Mr. Winslow, with some ( his majority, it was further advanced The house of Toledo & Co., in Rio, has like this, until I heard it whispered a littlewhile :W.J!

r 'If.ll b'rln'u cil hl.t'i >t fr"'l t.ixation :\ vla\e lalxTin inV : interim in his mantlt'r.nd as are notable to the sum of one thousand dollars per an- suspended." I .
iLCsarJ. \"iUi; lc.t!. > an J wa-biiij;, can be obtaiiKjn! d.] ? ) you I'I ago. I 1:
tieu.cstMl!!; : rr 111"lOlh. I ITh. ll'11I..r 1.>f the. (wl'r..f. .Iflction.r"uI .Ia\'.intnui"I or .atr.nt.nppbcatii I| : to pay the quarter; bills I gut-M I will rum. With every increase, the young man Mr. Winslow struck his hands together, So unexpected a turn in his affairs completely 1

,.' Tro-U'o: artJit
dl'M.l! l e quJ: to miv in the Stat{ ; : nd th.ytelittf ". Ti'. htn, 'hai Nvd't income to the condition of his fa had risen. his face he for time
';?!Min a :< lln'' IK.JK-* ( : Njlkii-s and btaire ; pchooling, can you keep him. at home : improving wept some with the un- :

i l'iptt"l tliat: tl"v Jl w-cuiv.,'-tt-m to.f tl.instrcriinnvhih:,' ]ujil 41 thorough! they nn-1 ., \1J: s, a thereof.>.,f Hfiy ceit. .,1 every hundred iloll.ir ; some tuo or three years longer r' I I ther's family, and when it was raised to the Then it is all over," ho murmured. Allover controllable passion of a child. ,;1.'

have "Value I I didn't that of Mr. Winslow last mentioned ho took neat comfortable !" : -\h sir he said at last in broken Jif
.mp-be 1 ..Jucttii. Tincicit: i.1.lyt :lil.w.l l at j II-I'poti .- Slave publicly ('\Lil.itcJ f., (-'pcCt ) ou, fum a a
t.U; 1 i1* 1.' .ih'1 fh-trai'tor t' tii") HUM. Lt.i.iami. that \Mtl.'n) : the j iic: <'"ty iporattd hunte uf tbi-s dta. tax ur FIO: of ,"' fc.-ud: the poor man and bis voice now I I new house, much larger than the family It i is all with me," said the other. A i voice, "I did not expect this! Mr. Davis." '

inlMl'ii.'Uixl I : i.'vl 1 mr.1'; I .11"1.'. -Al.iv.iiviillat] f..:r d,.il.ir-. trembled. He uncovered: his head as hospoke I I I had before lived in ; and paid the whole longer struggle would bo fruitless. But for )| You had a right to expect it," replied the tJl n'

1111.'n IIt u.4f'ilm-'i! !! anv *.j.Liu-: I t.rb Lfc. j Sie. S. J:, i(furtf.rr Oril-rinfJ. Tint there thalll almost reVCr&'ntV.! You aiut boundto :; rent himself. Moreover, through his acquaintance this I might have weathered the storm.Twenty .- :young man. Were I to do less than sus- f|! .

tlf'U.I ,J.d'1'1.ilof,!wnirJiiim.he lti-titiiti-.n t'\'I'r.\ IjurJVilay will i tvquireto, but. the ; 1 ic le\'ied and nil('ollt-f-t.'il; the 1.;.iritwJu.hIt'vin;LICCIIMtave": I I school my boy.1., sir !" I I and influence, he was able to geta thousand dollars of drafts drawn against i: tain you in any extremity not too great for } t

$ tl, 1-Upi j f'tail'r."f ,; or \iinius h'Jht.i "llutxou ha\n't answered place for his father at lighter employment last back protested, I ability I would be the of
iil.trU 'I. I OIr 1'liI"'It :1"C'u.n.h\ : ls Jt' llC"u: ; in 'luIH1h'| : lIar.r w'1'-loil";; .1.al1 be tJl'f\'t'.1. dre.i 4'tltrs. ju.ut Otc I Da\3< What say you C' than he had heretofore been engaged in, andat and will be protested to-morrow. I cannot ; a man. :And now, Mr. Winslow, let your &,

TIle r.exi Tfrw will coaucijcc na tho third Mail-I _'-Vpon :all Hiliiar.l. Tabloo and] T4v1jii; .'1. '! Oh) Mr, if you ate really in earnest?" a higher rate of compensation. I. lift them. So ends the matter. So closes a ;. heart be at rest. You need not fall under i

it.m. .\ ="N. F.V.. ",.:\1'1"\., t .->r Ten. j m .AlVx'*. technically. t-o calledj, "d fir .'. I am in etrlle t.,1 ought to go to "Any more dividends in your charity investment I:; }business life of nearly forty years in commercial this blow. Your drafts will probably come ,

$...rttf1 i f 11.. LurJ '.f Trasltct. j I :t.:::-x l"j.f lilly"in d.lar. or call: used for' nlre tax i-f schooL If you can keep him at hori.e a few T' said Mr. \ ni-low'lj friend about I i dishonor and personal ruin !" back to you to-morrow!" .t j

Tcbrry 2 S..1";: S ;::1.1 I .-u.t! doltms.I" every .r- a j years longer, I will pay for education. dur- this time. He spoke! with tho old manner, I "Are you certain that they have failed ?" Yes. To-morrow at the latest." t U

.4.-I'p-iTM-vory two or four horse "a"T u eJ f'r 1: isc the time. Ned"-Mr. WinUov, poke to and from the old feelings. I asked Mr. Winslow, with something like hope I Very well. I will see that you are provided :t!'

$100,000 SAVED i hir... a t i-"<,if tin d'iliar.! : ihe 1ny-" what say you I Would you liketo Y-ft. Got a dividend todaTh( largest in his tone of voice. with means to lift them. In the mean-

riflE IN 1'1\lt: sTnr.nr AND rLirrcnr.Rr 5l'ol1'\ hack or p.:1Iil carri.ic'* ucd rnr' ::o to chord again f yet received," replied the merchant, It is too true," he answered. The Celeste time, if you are in want of any sams towards Ir

r !: X\V?: Y'J!:1Tlh..- 'treau.1t1wir :. a <0lt. dollars I ln:] Mj.bl.-s AC, pt hacks jtnd carr.ji.jL'siliiijitijT Ve indeed, Mr," quickly answered the smiling. arrived this morning, and her letterbagwas your payments of to-day, just let me know."

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RICH'S SAFES AGAIN .].11x,.. I with n jjleani ofintelligence. of good." ago. Have you received anything by her ?" own efforts," said Mr. Winslow. l,

Elf?eu S.if..f tlr.rit:: i.iaV: r- ..':-"ml..t ,'ilIt I -, r 'n es-try ] 'J Pellarvpnlingvs5: : '1 lii-n you Khali: go, my fiLe fellow.There's .- '. I realise your wish my friend. It is doing I was not aware of her arrival. But I Probably how much do you want!"

t.t ,4:..:: 11". .'" I.." '... '. I:.." ("' .)!;,..1 I '-t-ar" aiiil. nK-rchanih/e.) :ta\ (.f oinhnndred! il.lhtr-. ; the right: kind of stuJt'in( you, or I am me a great dcal of good," returned Mr. will send immediately for my letters." asked Mr. Davis. r
C.- fiI- .1 1 tr'l.t Joi .vut. : *-Upon ev'-rx' r -.i'i \\lio t-hall. .
: u.: > I.t it- Cu. ; : ]l' fol "
tiH rniif di-omnt 1fftit1il' much ini'takeu.Ve'll give you a trial at' Winslow. Too true was the information communicated In the neighborhood of threo thousand 4
a.k {f fin L'ina: tl.i-Tn .T.r.I tliicity l i
I'I '' :'.. 1. ",,1 iel.aidrawn! 'ipon my place! : any rato." "No cash, I presume !r'U by the friend. The large commission dollars." .

MR. GILBERT'S LETTER.ru.Tiiinn ., xoiidlhchir.it, '! of thi-s >tatc, -iihtr xvith his own .\:. Winslow was as good as his word.- Something! far better. Let me explain." house of Toledo & Co., had failed, and pro. I will send yon roand a check for that .

m F.Jlt I' AM jEvntTUU.T M.W-VOEK. !(: fund! niiaiior credit], '.' as act-nt for any Hunk or !' Ned was immediately entered at'an excellent Do, if you please." tested drafts had been retnrned to a very I sum immediately," promptly returned the :

. NET--Yt l:1 D-' I1.J< r 2u, 1"1. i j jMaiv. I i|,: of in !"It!!iiut1 there fball' \IH'hundred a'wsd! di.ll.ir-and: colevd! amount a tax of tschool. The boy, young" as be was, appreciated You know the particulars of the heavy amount. Mr. Winslow] was among young man, rising as he spoke and drawing ti

3'I.u: ,r.\r.\.l- f.iorc-wirs t.iC. l.im; ,').c1I4IIl.; ( -.11"n I I.Izl.t., !xf-ry itnd every )hundred dollar-: 'i the kind act of his benefactor, and resolved ment I" said Mr. Winslow.His inTCst.1 the sufferers, and to an extent that was equiv: forth his watch. ifI
4 Co! :>. 143 Vat r etn-ct, Ni w-).rk :-!-'u:;. wlwn i and it to the full extent friend shook his head, and back It is near two o'clock now he added :
', amount "1 t.I.i fur during the jar next j>recelhc to piufit by alent to ruin; because it threw upon I r
lie" fir. va'.C".l'tflfliu! :ins' pla",i .f ]lu"la.-! Na ll;. :' the at nhivh the a-.i-ti-.i.tncnt of such tu I made: an investment of ton dollars to No ; the fact is, I never felt enough interest ; him the necessity of lifting over fifteen thousand .I "so I must bid you good day. In fifteen min f
: TVI- Ia' t-4'Tt in ILtw.it1r Utlaji -
:ti.:. a]'rr.ttu. lu oiniu-ctio'i I'ouniy.; with t."II I IEctI.r i. .11:1 1 lie tnsdo.UJKIII :1faill Mr. Winlolnwj jestingly, to a mercantile in the matter to inquire particulars." dollars of protested paper when his line utes you will find a check at your store." f

1'lri r"MtI- ..;r, aii'l dilll.t read tht-account 'I all .accnrie"of Imuranco withi I th romlnni-] .Tacjtur. andoxery ] ; friend, some three months after the Oh, wolL Then I must give you a little of payments was already fully] up to his Utmost And with this Davis retired. :!M
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14' fearful it w a- 1.v> late to sa\ wy l bsk' \hu'hif 'r. O ] tl'r"1:1t
I'kc! J iue if ',jur fsf<-., ii fran Mr. ;, I about stores for the last ten or time seemed like
t j p\jn "o '''c-itel: or rt.i,1n;. 1 liryon.| till ]lroit' of thi- Stat -, the certificate. working our five everything had seemedto a dream to Mr. Winslow. l
jrc. "U" "CIU":1 z-i. My f.ars Wt'f' iat Itlan.d'! : :. .1,1] }'H' ..- ..! and jiay every _xar a tax of two pc.r lie held up a small tlip of paper as he fifteen years f near Mr.years Winslow., At the lie could hardly realize the truth. But it
'IK11 Ul.l.it iicc -arv inv t'i aj'pl} } I against beginning If.t.
ujnm n.t'I go
wp'ni the .s amount of all CJlni-.illl" re Yi' and he
( s. it
was !
tiif Cr. reality, comprehended
CMI.HIV. h'iur moro
Iitfire I -luiMt-i! spoke."Ten
r 4't) < wa- to i of that period a son whom he had setup .
!: reived! during the iieit the
"ramLiice < : after it u <-d j f.r al.1 )ear jireredm'jr II lollars A largo operation ? In My investment was in the education of fully, when on reaching his store, be found
ju.r rflY- him in
) failed
.'I'fJti"u.. \\1(1 !:, dal. .of !.urhiu'.flet., by ucIl: Hgent or partner. or in business, involving a
f mr Jmur" ( njijilicatioii to ra.IH: !:.1-.1I ;' by th." fatd) ]Fiict..r, f\.rmi..i"l Uou--e, or (.;oinruii ? what fund C' 15s son. heavy loss. Then, one disaster after another there the promised check for three thousand r.
t.n < rtrnI it- a-!iy It..l Y.,: uiuy ju.lf ..f my' -i'tn )! through) of MH'I A fund." "Indeed !" dollars '
; .rchUt tl.1 agei.cy ajjciit orpartruT. charity followed until he found himself in imi- I j I
drzu,' tu.llav.! l Iii : : ,
111c ,. !ij th.. .:.f,. inn-;! my a.T.-of''ab"lur/n'\ ,, : Oh !" :and: the fitc-id hhrngged his shonl- His father took him from school when nent of failure. From this time he I On the next day the the protested drafts: ,.
rcM-'itr: danger a I
tj"u:"f"a: t., fin] 1l! ..'..<1 nll'It..II"r"; Fl\.I.t11.al'jiblo : -:-! 10'-Upon all vcnd r- of Lottery Tirk't! n tax oft tiers.4C! Don't (Ii) much in that W:1 mJ?clf. lc was only eleven years od? becase he could turned his mind to careful consideration of came in ; but thanks to the greatful kindness i
t t .1 1 And all : xinou
: of spirituous <.r !
&] I tbi'v! v,'rc '.t4-Vi.U" tt!..- ilr. Tl.i- iir! .la1 J.tlil"r. !, No great faith in the security. What dividend lot afford to send him any longer, and was i of Mr. Davis, now a merchant with the command :i
: leju.ru" all k<''j -r* of billiard! t.ble] >. ( his business with more earnestness than ever, t
en.hiat' t.. v.Lrh; ,!Jl Snf.v.t :, (-aii !IWfr'n a'T'II. ) II l out putting the little fellow out to learn a t of facilities he
: large
receive ableto
do to ,
t was
.t".1 hi"l ling <>r 1n pin all. v'. :1 I..J.'ro ofx<'rx-driv I' 3011 expect and made transaction with a degree of money tV
tnjlcurd tll" >f ::: .L: :. (,IIj"1 : Something me take them The
1..1'. .'or cart or two \r fnir 1rq "n "I. or 1\1: or'puhlicpirrisgi' Don't know. Rather think it will be and that seemed to up. before introduced i
fm'll ; ii.l- incd prudence foresight
,1.dl a1 ir m .I.t.i ; r. guarantee
'n.i ii"(iJ fol ).ir. I. nf"n''lit-al) | ofJixeiy vho was a bright lad, and .acting from a was less fortunate.
anJ 1..I..r.
I.! I vc-u/o I f )h.'n.. \ \ oanraumiiimi large. success in whatever ho attempted. A ftII
,. Kdiuy.idlrc. :, OI tinH.j'.l; l i.-n.. fn.m ttUt.', 1\1t'r au.IIi1'r:, ::.11 <* 1 Hcttcr take some morn of the flock, if'. yuod impulse that came over me at the monont deficient of flour caused him to venture There was no one to step forward and save
: *, xejidiTi of L.ttervt3kti. supply -
*LifL tliev f.-l!1 < if 'atilini the I I or hi.tr31CC Cotnpanle :' : 1 proposed to his father to send him him from ruin and ho sunk :
: ':p m crau-i < vir.' in fchtll. t.ndi! r jM-nalty of (double the la:i', ca-e you think it FO good. There plenty in the: a large shipment to Rio. The sale wasa under the sudden

Cellar") tic hul ruil.J Won Kif.- Upi j ''tic .amaJ.c r. I thtirati.in j of fiilure.: ''lf.rl tl.irrl at.catitiealhiiii::, ('1 I! maikct to be had at l les. than. par.. ". to school for three.or four years, if he would. handsomely reunerative profit but the fail- I pressure that came upon him. ...
I : rt."<.raLi. .j,WIt ('V'1I I.1d"ol WUl, huMiic" hafor.".aid nmy lx ) ] 11..1 tinpaxnieiit ) i .'1 r. Winslow smiled, and said that, in niljroliabilitv board and clothe him. To this he readily a- the A few days after his failure ho met Mr. s'
iVy Ij.1 before of
t M t tv of his
] tht i TtLt 1, ', Jur ure consignees payment
mnll' q..tx : ,
i.urxw. 1' I of the taxes: 1 kxied : !, fl.tail a I small! greed. So I paid for Ned's schooling until Winslow.
he would invent few
bw4 a more 1A
b ,
'r. i his drafts for the
t my
11 .lr altilialld do f'.wlt'r.i proceeds, entirely prostra.
the Iiitcndant. lie
LicetiK "'I t'i to
< fr'I11 lie his sixteenth and then "
vttLtli< T'I.rt HiiuuI.f i.ll'I.I"'I.) :1 i i.il")11al j li "I..i! bv the Trea-nrer and! Mich License shall not : hums in the fame way, tnde( how it wo.ild was in year, got ted him. How is this! said he. "How did you .tii
iuou'nQ vhirhcoulliwt]. L dui-iicatcd.. fu hItu''l} f..r :fchortcr jwri'Ml! than on" xear.I :I turn out. The litilu piece of paper wlich' } him into Webb & Waldrou's" store, where he So hopeless did the merchant consider his weather the storm that drove me under I' :!'11

CU11IU-t..lll' 11 fin all fbows (other U.an CiroiM-a or Tqiie! he called a certificate of stock, was the first has been ever since. thought your condition as hopeless as mine." .
It *Hl I aO".r.J that he did not make effort to
4..a'r4. case even an ;
] me'orcaf,. ; t..<-,1.i/i) the new&qndll" 1 trim Exhibitions: a tax of nv dollar-) -, and! nn all!! Cir I bill he had paid for Ned's schoiling. Webb Waldron's: !" said the friend, :o did I," answered Mr. Winslow. "But, :
| <-f t 'iiiaii! quarter! aid in his
.u.IJ < its at inv extremity.
] get temporary '
1Iit. cu4or a tax of ten ( 1 know all their 'I
lvjuctri.in )
11.iJiioo" l.lar' evincing some surprise. I had small .
No.J.M four these bills forgotten investment made
ri' J'varl For were rt'gulariypaiJ,
Mn-.-t. whtro I hhoil rt- years years
fclmll 1 I. vil nut ] each )
the friend of Mr. Winslow
> for ( When
t4 tLc n'.- > j Col.t..1 'xI1Jili..n. 1 Ned who had well tie clerks very well ; for we do a great deal of came I have spoken of it To before"
: \IJuil"I: n 1r i.ccct'J i 04 DMto authori/.e "Iiiil mu-t first 1 IK' obtained from I and then improved opportunities with the information that the house of Tole- ago. you .,2
yoU;>, rc-M-tfulv| 1 I i the lul1bot. and! ronriterMgned I by the Tt'urcr. so generously] afforded hill, was business with them. Which is the son of Have you forgotten that investment in x .
1 .JO"JI'j;: (;. JILI5ERT. I J uiiili-r of double the tax herein I.1; Win- Mr. Davis? do & Co. had failed, the latter was searching the charity fund which i
T. .l, I|niialty a..IF.d. taken, on the recommendation of ML you thought money .
.' ] ilit. ; ) ant] i about in his mind for the means of lifting
: 0I,11r\ IIHCluu.t. i 12-UfMin I itinerant t traders who -htll: irr( house. He The one they call Edward. a- thrown !t" '
l Itl'e.o in the pr.M.-rvati.n ." <.f th.-ir; isk4 I' nn-rchandirc slhi thi j i i slow, into a large importing vras bout five thousand dollars worth of away .'tl
gooJf, (II' f.r Their salesman ?C' paper,
Wr' f'lt\ leading
i..h./hut ] ] thi-c IfichVr "aft' : at the time in his sixteenth year. Hcfore the Oh !1" Light broke in upon his mind-
ulath !; } } lexied of htin-
tlmv ta111; 1\ld (tl.-1.,1 a tIX one which fell due on that day.: He had two .
,.I1r11It tl.. !' ., 1 1.; W.t.r :4tw I his employmenthowev-, The same. You educated Davis. I remember "
lad enter
.1f..t. [ \ and a license w fi-t lx ,1. con upon now
; the '
.1t.d.1:11' 1 hal dollars in bank balance
tJ thousand of the
,1. b : f. "I Gillm-i'1 wiff with I 1 Is it possible] Why ho is worth two "
.1 r. any And Davis of
1..tlr i tin had make another! inrcst- hearing
t4t1A. I ti1*' fr.1 Inh'llllt 30 nf"f'.nil. mlJ'r a penalty er, Ir. Winslow to my extremity,step
:tflwurh,1..!vhi.h 1 h-haKkiTidly: ) p. rmm -<5 : of to do,of to be clerks in the store." sum would have to be raised by borrowing. I, forwaid It i
13 and
r' 0 t .1. raMitaVi.Jii il case f.urc u I tx mont in his charity fund. Ned's father; was ped saved me. That was the
pLI;; .W t-IOCtu aiid of the i i imj.l: outfit of clothing such asi For his age, there is not a better salesman lIe }had partly fixed upon the resources from I best investment I ever made."
too to give an
I T.f furthrr OrJt'iifl. That every Da- poor in the which this was to come, when the news of
birorJTh f rhr Prf l Vault in the new portion to which lIe city. The friend dropped his eyes to the '
o Y:11tancl l -f"rt. in thi* i was required II pave.
{Tuerreotypi-t I jiursuiii'j MICI ( ; his ill-fortune arrived.
popt arJ f.mhfullv (-x rut4-l. .-itxand! excry re-ident Denti't orUlftllI. Jnlr"I I' was to elevated.. Knowing this, the gcnI Sol believe, said 1\1 Winslow. nor, ment, stood for a moment or two without

:sn\uxs: .r Lr\.I: \ hi* piofi-ksi.'ii. xvith I"I 1 the! Jmlq, of thij citv, Muill ]pay I I erous merchant came forward again, and furnished he added, a better man." Yes, it was ruin. Mr. Winslow eaw that speaking, sighed and then move t on. How I')

tic ._UT ft'. zit 1 I:. ( .I>! to Hdl, ) '.] :tix of \'l dolluri*. nnd obtain ntilf'I./from the In- 'I the nceful supply. I know little of his personal character; in a moment, and his hands fell powerless by I many opportunities for making similar investments j

?' v .. <"n1aer A\'r.uc.11') riL Jl"kfc, tendant ; :llul"ll f.iilure or refusal BO t do, thai] received Ned for the but unless his face deceives me, it cannot his side. He made no farther effortto lift had be not neglected. .
cLVi'M V'' "*' Ow""rs) "f the "'>.<--lii-Jvi' ri1it 44till double! the tax almve a'-c.eJ. I As no wages were by I i
I f', flu. ., t pay but be good. his notes, but after his mind had n little recovered -
.f ) states. Winslow continued
i1.1 ( te Uuil..1 all Srr. 5. 7> it further That OrdinanCOH first two Mr. to
1 t i,1y tnaki.t., t.f Stlant.I..r.f's e'iiibiniiig 1"l I of Ordinances Ord"7.I. ".:11) the true years while his father still u It j is good. Let me say a word about from its first shock, he left his' store Desolation. t
or parts C"lm..tl I }buy his clothing, gave An
bl .(.I."fln"n1J' <:lt.1 }{unSafes. or "'U.1E't'b intenLand meaning of this OrJiullc( be a.'d the him) his board. On reaching the age of eighteen him. The moment his salary increased beyond and retired home to seek in its quiet the calm the immigrant just arrived across the plains 1"1;
"r 1; : .. gives following :
Jid description of the
I"t }latclt I t11 are hereby rejiealed.I'a who much what was absolutely necessary to pay ness and fortitude of which he stood in so memo
-etwtrv,3b,2.: : 2m .-4-d the e"ulcilad PTlro\c., tliis 12th day. of Ned's employers, were and aliention pleas.. for his board and clothing, he devoted the much need. In this home were his wife and rable "jarnado del muerto," on which so
ed with his industry, intelligence,
, Carolina Ftbruury, A. 1) 152. of three i entire surplus to rendering his father's family two daughters, who all their lives had enjoyed many thousands of animals and so many per- ,
House, Quincy, Florida. D. K W.U.KER Intendant to business, put him on a salary sons of the last year's emigration perished.
Attest rj. "W. in. r more comfortable. the many external comforts and elegancesthat
f. Clt'lk hundred dollars. This made him at once "
((nno rn & T A I X I; 1<' }February 28, 1E:It''ISS. 4t Ho could his own boarding ,' Highly praiseworthy," said the friend. wealth can procure. The heart of the If there ia a section of country in God's
that dependent. pay wide
: fulilfurm the public thy I' I have received, already, dividends father ached as his rested his children extended creation that can surpass that 1 r
I I v('Iuthai-4.I] thealovc Ita1Iiinitit.) and find his own clothes ; and proud did lie many eyes upon
t ant *;:i i-parc iwi tKiin: t'l contribute to Notice. feel the ) he was advanced to sod upon my investment," continued Mr. Winslow and he thought of the sad reverse that large scope oj country lying between Salt tJ
, : : on dayien Lake
I t clnf1"f Ul"r! Thl.r: table will IHS w.l A LL persons creditors of the estate of Andrew ; "but when, that fact came to my awaited them. Valley and Carson river for sterility of t

i' Pplie wj'' '!, the '1.t"Uet that) can. b pnK'uri-il.aii.l bet-i ATaylor- fP.I.! to late of .Leon claims, ('lmty nrc the (':How irallo a position. investment ?t. asked knowledge, my dividend exceeded all my On entering the dwelling, Mr. Winslow soil, scarcity timber, and every thing that 11
I :by present their comes on your has
C I a"'a JII\'iI.1 with flioiccVineH, Liquor and time nltifcd l law_ 'T thin notice Ixs Mr. Winslow's mercantile friend aboit this other dividends put together." sought tho partner of his life, and communicated a tendency to cheer up the spirits of tho f1l1
i j
TI.y ) Mkjj 0flltimuiiire oi the wi
'! a Irelri"'IIIJ Ilcl wearied
;. : e heretofore'extended to theHnuw.! in !Iar {)'( ; and all TH'r.n ,!(. time. lie spoke jestingly. The mercantile fiiend was silent. If ever to her without reserve, the painful intelligence traveller, I am sure that I don't care t

1 I C. JODI50LD, Mid estate, are requested to make .imm<.liat(! pay well the in his life he had envied the reward of a of his approaching failure. to see it. From the sink of Humboldt river ;

.., 0. W. STAUXI1S. ment. JOSHUA TAYLOR, Sr.. :Executor. It promises very was sniling good deed, i( was at that moment Is indeed hopeless t" she asked tears across the desert to Carson river my heart t
uinrJ.JlJar 17 Jb52. 2 tf February 28, 1M2. 8 8t reply. I was sickened at seeing the destructionof k.?
""it I is rising in the market then ?t" To day, went on Mr. Winslow! I filling her eyes.
BILLIARD Notce.SIX have received a still larger dividend. I was "I am utterly prostrate 1" was the reply, I property, viz : wagons, carriages, and bug- ;
: TI: SUBSCUIDKHS TABLES. monthi after ( :-, make applicatjnn to dividends ?" passing along Buttonwood street, when I in a voice that was full of anguish. And in I gies, dead horses, mules and cattl whose ry
.fTcr fur wile TABLES 10 *
Honorable Judge (I f Probate in and for thcomitv Any yet Davis house of the the unfortunate carcasses lie thick all over the ground, in a !
. IK' 11t1 leas than any other : in divinends." met old Mr. coming out of a tho bitterness moment, tiJ
the ofJenVnon letters uf certainly. Large
ltl1i.lmlnt fur .Ji.li."j"nUtII >- state of
the skins
preservation and J
Cly.of New which from its his hands. a good 1'1
of merchant
the rent was
York. wrung
- l 'i1 impoCloth eharj-e AdmiuUtratix (If nwi of N. U.Folnom, Ah You surprise me. What kind of appearance
deal of the
InJi 1 to a bmil than hundred and To Mrs. Winslow the shock flesh being dried to the bones- 1r .
Lii Ru11J Cu"hio" > late of said comity, (','. pmous herein interested dividends ?" not less two twenty-five so unexpected -
ted Su "O\( < I\M by the beet Pft3'ori1 >n the Urn4 are hereby notifif-d!() acof rdingly.JIAL1NDA hundred cent. dollars. You don't live here, of course," was very severe ; and it was some time the water, marshes, and air being so strongly ni
f Ktjmd\ClTltC their and elasticity for and vi'hout arc} \vartalitctd -! J'OISOM. Adm'x. de ton* non. More a per?Y" said I, for I know the old man's income to before her mind, after her husband's announcement impregnated with alkali that it has a tendentit;
j JIU4 yearn re- Jefferwiu Ci bunt-, 28, 1852. 8 6m Indeed Not in money to the
Piriiig. I February keep fyf insects
. iii GentIezn.nwiin to purchase Tublen of! Oh no. But in something better than be small-not over six or or seven dollars a acquired any degree of calmness. cy devouring and birds

a.n clpllJIA' with arblo. Mahogany or Pine 1J.: Notice Tho satisfaction that flows from an 'tek.ff 0, yes, I do," he made answer About half an hour after Mr. Winslow's of prey. Bufthe worst is not half told yet: m-.i

filled the name a if they :. hereby pivcn that the widow of Tl>o money.benevolence done." with a smile. I turned and looied at the return home. and while both his own heart to see every two or three hundred yards a :

rilent ale by addrfil Kall ? UI by maiL Always on hand, IS J. Townneud, lat of Jf.8In tllrbr.C ut v, dta act of "wisely friend with house again.u You must be getting better and that of his wife were quivering with pain, grave, where A father, mother, brother or sister 1 a
ClotlA Cuc Mace*. French Leather*, 1" Oh, that's all. The spoke has been
Po.l li>ar<'" and Cu WM of thc !ljert dJ- ,'i.lix weeks date apply to ill-concealed off in the world." So I am," was his re a servant came and said that a gentlemanhad buried; bat ere tho train is out t
e of Probate Jefferson County by peti- contempt. Has left little for called and wished him. of sight the corpse is disinterred by the t
tpo ry Co rfiippine id the Miortert notic. ?I" asked ply. anybody you a to see prow-
tion, for dower in the estate of her deceased buebaud Don't call that something
GU1FF1TH 4 DECKER according to law. Mr. Winslow.you tune !" inquired. "No, but you have help Who is it r asked the merchant. ling wolf or the savage Indian-....the bones to t

.. 28. 1852. 0 Ann tteet York MALSEY ANN TOWNSEND. It's entirely too unsubstantial for me," replied ed me to one," uid he..f I don't understand "I did not understand his name," repliedthe bleach upon the great American desert- Although ? \t I
b 8 3m Widow and Adin'x. of Tbom. J. Townaeod dee'd of you, Mr. Davis, I made answer. Ed. servant I am rather a hardened sinner, yet
tho other I in for returns a
Notice. JefFerson County, February 28, 1852. 8 61 go Those ward rents the house for as," said the old Mr. Winslow forced as much external composure when I saw the acene as just described 1 could

A GOOD Wheewrigt 'wiU heir of a gol Plows. more tangible character.noteL" you speak man..f Do you understand now !I" aa was possible, and then descendedto not refrain from shedding tears and feeling *
of wont
: by. applyi at this Of Good ro.ttob JUST reeeired per whr. Cohasset from New York Mr. Winslow pay my smiled and bado his friend I understood him perfectly. It was then the parlor. myself more submissive to that mighty and

"idat be good
ftbruary B, 1S52. 200 extra Plow Point For tale by himself inrectment which has yet come into Mr. Winslow 'returned the visitor ta-
8 zt Newport, Feb. 28, l82. 8 D. LADD. He knew nothing, aid he to my Never ran in debt.

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letter of Hon. Jat. Buchanan to the Dem- I and th.it steps will be taken for their fpeedr rtrnov ;days, which u somewhat ahead of all the dippers and Mr. Cart.Wa European War Ppti'

., t ocratio Committee of Baltimore. THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL In that event, there viiI be a Rtjnment of Volante r> rtciimcrs that ever floated In abort, the story u a regret that our old friend of the TaIiaLasse Items of intelligence from various p ru

raise on the part of the State, for the pMecaonof little tough, evt-n for ash story. Floridian should have been e > much annoyed by our brought by the last ttcatnrr, make
U WULAILA'fl, !iear Ijinca'-Jer, of the In&liaiwi ms
L the fh'iniT autl the removal and I you Mr. Cats. on week!
t Februnrj 5J3, ISoi.r TALLAHASSEE : will have dunce ofral'ing In "theniton complimentary allusions to like preporatious of the diJcrent Povnx ''la tv
_ a accompany. of the Indians. since, and made them the occasion of bitter invective
?'* <;->Mf n .-_In returning home Uu-oujh) our ntyon time, if you think they are in any kind of danger We have been furnished the fallowing letter on the against the Whig party < f Georgia-(a party, by-th nexed summary the reader ha* a birds-fj ,kv of

) tL1 ft-itnrdav IvU I had the ,UXtt't; Inwr-r- of re- SATURDAY MARCH 13, 1852. you will keep a conipauv reaahiess thtir subject of the removal of the Indiana, addressed by bye, which does not exist) He may wit be aware them :

1 fvnin- ur kind in\itati-Mi to j. rlake vii pu'u.ic dinn { protection ; Z14 i-x-n as souwtLiug decisive is detexmiord that both the prino'ple* and pieces of the Union party Advices from Lisbon, of tLe llth

n* r, at* u
J. % .i ee. J'or th:* ih.tiflLIti"44'd l mi.1 slued t* k* n .f *3 r>0 if pail within fix months of the :irae | My opins.'n i* that Ccngre.s wfll make Jin appo.. M. in this letter speak the sentiment of the entire or name, to support for office those who ire most and fjr the eventualities prepaiitnf of a fur all ceiti Q.cies .

!4 vour r.jMrd. pleax* to accept; my ii'e t pn t falafViyitrltdynvftt. priatK for the removal of all the indians from rLri- people of our State, and it would perhaps be well faithful to the Cunetitutu-n and the compromise. This Recruiting was going all Xompran > -
of and 4 00 at the end f the Adj j OD over the
ube-ribing c>
; ;
.! ajI! whiUt r.-rrt-Uin? tlu.t eirvum- year. da in time court (1 f the inter or spring and that a euw.an4
least is
a ; if the Government at our p.iti..n.-1.me (f7tt.) t'ottrler. beina
at Washington could understand heavy guns were : rauurted all
vertiemeutis OneD--llar 12 Uiief rfir t 1 Volunteers will be ordered the fcrtmw
4.j M.IU.Nwluhit would be tedious t.s tipLua will perNjuarce'f > Regiment fr twe to be t *
}, wiuld rather order the matter in this light. There is an evident disinclination We made no allusions to the '* Whig party of Geor- from which artillery had becu withdrawn after .
; trlepriv* me of the pleasure of rrprtisc y"i i t h' aifeWf '! Fifty Cents for nil! euLi-e-que-nt insertions. Anr UL I not now out any I civil of 847. th
; war
t I I eliallcNer under tie! t Militia law, unless there its force gia" in our bitter mci etive." We simply drew a I
qj : !jj V u.ir1 y t'U mv re4 a.'*ured that nounoemrct, of an3idttc Five Dollars each, nJs oy* I Ii ftr** !* proei on part to matters to an issue. Were |( The Paris cnrreiponaktrt of Ih Locdrfi y
t* ti. hlv] prize tte favorable opiuii-u }cu txpreta vf my hould be an acual nec.-HMty fr it. But of this you this not the cae, there would be lets hesitation in its portrait of the party that a.'pvsetl Gen. C. *9 in 184S. that a confidential order Lad bet-n -w,
i t< lie paid in advaDc. Relicioi>, Obituary and Mar- will of course judge. If an actual necessity ceurs usned bv tli I'm.
f. ::4t r or pubhc P.4-ckt. i I decisions and more displayed injits movement in which our friend e>f the Courier recognizes the liter of War V> aU the General to haul!
.3 ::5 To the of f IJaWnvre, I Live evir brcn &teL1tJ rias'e Notic*".. n'*t ox.ve-ding Ii: lines will lie paWL-he-d i and there is no c.inuii.i'eucd e-tSce-r iu yeiir neighbors energy t tUnMh
fr e'y "
ieleetftdi tht .liood. >eu will coi.siltr yourself sis :.ttbn.vm1 bv me towards fulfilling ito repeated assurances list the Indian Whig party of Georgia. but nut because we named ready, with all their personnel and materiel!, f
4 c liv ttre/u? tic*. In early life, 1 had t tu gj.lsce ; "NocertLicate-s e.f the publication of c- { movement which ifiK *d far the *
r wh-re In pranise profei-4n; and ix>thin; !1to i-all'out a force sufficient fi r the prute-eUun of the? skill lx removed. There i is little doubt that the that party. The e>ld ad.'ge, we suppo", explains th- 22d Fcbnurv. -
.L1 :; my ) tsite T ]Ic:al cnti :1' Iirefut.1 m > fu-m earn inlr: this! j'uipu..* iito tfce-t, cutiiil ettieOieLt. annj e-fficers on the frontier have greater weight w ith whole matter" a guilty conscience needs noaccuser. ]Ly"S9 under Ui commarrl of troops at
. th> nIv.iii.ii'f..ei is isJ Li I Gen. Catiis,
lut the! Li-t ut, tie am. traly, Oa
invitwibk- .1UtI'J.er, at ii* n> wry "
mv Neither been
(i the Cabh.et conscious having "bit-'t th'eiidit
KaveinviiitiveMaU'. TlMrf.-i.lii.* .Lich pn-nipte-! -, Your cuJ't Mrv't, than our Concessional" delegation, wiUi are we or was expected the err pire ioui betuvaicd. pr>.

3 ... j;( u.i iu, i i14, durinztbe lu-tw.-.rw th Great lin'ia.to I DEMOCRATIC MEETING.aie (Sincd) THOS.! E1O\VN. the bt'-eunve e-f the State thrown in-f..r it w quite ter" in the article allud-ed to-unless indeed a plain The impendin;; "twp de main 'u COlure4

S' j %KLircli UA a 1'flV..t4- ti lialtim: .ra cir -jntan
hieh v.'kiidJc jdlshK r.'ttei from a [utru-tism s* aie re.7'jM11: I < tn - Oo>irt 1f.P in Tallalus.liv time aoriresiions made by our Sute through its repre- I but referred to the aba heaped on Gen CAS-, end to j.lete Napolcou .u both reprwente-I vfua.ii.J to W in a *tatevoesUuetiu.

.t t V4 tnav:al) lhr..iiih.'Ut l'. ini'.yl\aiia, that the! I h.'i..rr .(. ', i a i1' Vl'irl .ilvtr.I1I it .hor Ii, lNII the (qI1 I Literary Notices. eontjU and! very little anxiety even to Tiply to the etudiccl mirrepretieitatieirm! of hb opit.ions on the suat stft-r peri&.tk vfgreat Puergv uiei r.nd UHJ.excitement.! hkh u u-
which} fall to lLe 1-A .f Vi.oi* of the U.vus.n 1- 1 Jt1k.tOQ.1.- Fcliruiry lumber of this Migaz'me -
1'JhV ud th <: th* roof at lloVl-itk I A. M. for th* purpoce e f I them, is in the case cited by Mr. MALLCHV. We be- slavery topic that mra-feed the canva.su of that par ; | Agt-riti; of France are i.aLI t L at work, MxhuoBS'sotlat
) MT.n \ *
3 ( f tnv f/.liiv "..tizinwl.o \ouit. < ir i ii mailed by unusual ability. 14t.V1LLIW, the
that trying en-cotiju, seaie&y d-sciVct. to te nenLone'l. -' pp. iiitl.i letejrr.tv-l*. rtpre4*. it U.it-coni.ty in a I Dem1oerstic ) hc\e tlit theorllctis in Flurid.i. or some of them atIt.i.st and! w e iui-inual.1 that the mess of those wL, Um ly tuippmu the ait'aria e a.f the B-tisri army,
in which'
is of mleekm-atm..n
American pot-t, thf tnljiet! a rriliyue a mihiLary am fa'.e.r of nmmriex..tL.n te,
, L: S't.i'e ConvinUon, to I IK? hrld :it Madison Court l ire repre-scuting our pc9ile as King anxiou for i maligned him were zw- Mii'ipg under the fog of! ]mii.t a-aiTv begot in France
d th justice t i-1 fully d-'iie t<> hi merit .15 a I't. even while | 3 up any rklgtu CTrrfcH-a
!if I ri-l.Mv] rrad "the *rinft: the times, re hay II.MI-P! on the third M'-nday in Aj lil in-xt. A full at awarvilh the Indians f>r of spectiIati.n.I $I "Coifrtitiitional L'ni.'iii-'n,"' in v.hih tew ] icitiou they '[lie Keiipan! GoTfnimci t has ordre.t l
ldf.m 1-en l whai the iVunK-ratw, |July 41 the work riMc-wed, the "Golden Legend, i Li laid on an *i iii ntatioo -
. ii ,#.;. the} to a 1).ii.k1 whl.li v.n and I are wain.ly HMaeh. .!, t.tid.in-e fri-i-i all harts of the county 5 irne .tly re- 1 rai 1 tlU the savjigt*, iflvfl uudisturU-el, will commit |r'j 'hnve suddci.lv btc"mncthe m ulf.gis.ts of the Michigan | of 1imt< > men m, ach of the bntbilijna uf the n.p
oountrv rather
4 the t-helf] incoinprthensililfaults
i < or
(I a- ** \ the
\ wi> ia &'.tt..r rt.fil. tluui at lit' ]J.reM nt M--m.-nt, Ins | fju-if] MANY DLMOCUATS.IX I j no outrures worthy e-f mentioa Of this character'' Senator, although he h.i* fuid i>r d> ne netting on the crmy .f BeUsiJTn. As there
gi -utin.m r-eeem.r! battalions
whicli no I liili.tncv of. xe< <-rve t-i j jTLe ar49 the total iJcraie e-t' the land
-rd-r ti avert U.i l.iicr. w'm'-t inutoa.ly f-1-jret j IL1.ruary ,j wa- tl.er.-cei KUir of Capt WINPER! nt Fort j slavery J.juestion which he Lid not aid prior to lolS, : (Lrwi'dle <>
Myers l.w It
table of e-onUnts f.-r Uie' mrn. wa* reportei that th
f. How I I- the
MilT.r "b\-' <.iKi tolj.' it.g; prisentniniKr ipjverornent -
It {.ad fa/i\ejM t ttKce
when he totalv! cf time high to
pul.li-imtal :in the Savannah Kfj"if>fi<-an. Uf Ct t.r-e was rnwoithy i iwhich was Ixi.. to apply t. the CLtmltrs lor .
HIi.wrkv.f -Thie Duke of M.trlb rouli Novel a cred
kpii ,
I.V-K. .es" and c-'nini.-c a new r.imr. : < ; : My or
'1rIrIx (; .
( J1tIfitON.A
such the democratic elevate him it e.f cix rnuhous of a-.iaci for the cstsbhLn.a
these if -irty eoughtto cf
i'a jcW thQ iuw'it 3flI I' 114 haii I Ii r1.rt-svImtatiom.i as pnnittetl to have an
ft..4.t4y Varieties in Knghrli Ijfe, Part XVIII ; A Canter to ii'renhel
4 th.-i.artv.) Mt.. if nt till the- ur-at.j'ic-s- rrrt ingf.f the Dotnof-rali" Party < f weight, mu't retard the reni.nal of the Indian1 and! If the statement f facts like thee count.!ute.9 a ca.np in the enw>u of Antvkrp, an l tr
I Calif, naa ; .Stru.'il for FMIH- and F.-rtiaie, Part II I ; putting lilt" a t-tntc of defniee tie tie .{. fl.i ,
t ti.n-ofpj!*: rv.ij.-v. V. 1eh 1..rn ily bitter invective the fa-alt in Truth" not Jtr$
S. in ditlicutir! for ours.
keep ia ars to come or force the Several of t\tf\ Sw
I Hull iu Pie-lure Ljoumals reiterate
)h'ObKnrettl') -.! in <"ir (:tV.r. Lon/lellow'* ( ;tolKn Legc-'id ; ryLts, a re-pert that
, < ; p'jiU-'alo'.i' ; >.ir.i'. on the tli-rd! bat unlay in M.in.i. A full atfoidanei* i ih''irL -.
But the Courier tells that the and hail fl
Sure to interpose .- taking the matter into its us principle ) eflhlsi.Ieraiir cunPzev, t4> the tl'vrt
tab': -hi anoth.rl Attic l own that
> ,,n at lJ.5* day. tl.inke.f !vr I jand Pi."c ; CVpid I in time Cbiat-Aim Lg< u< ;
r'D I.4k. ( ,v.i.1inZ t5Le It4l.I'eZ.I( flt Irt.tu- t J-l.YSY DOIOCUATS. hands. RP GtMru .Iil with the Creeks and Chcrokees. pkdges f.f the Union party" lead it tsupport for of 'tlie: .Federal COUIK-I! la NM.4tI24. T r M.ir-h lie oil) Soldi, r-In Uirce Caun-oigus ; Keeults of.evoluti t
P. 1 R.-.2. i (Jreat Hrtt-iin aJii.Fran..e
't Tli. .! 1tfl&1.J a; and that Uie Ft
.triIUi tli. ruth
. rv.,4fk r 1irw..1 'tee tho.e 't1mo faithful the Constitution ilin-
: And t' this c nip c i n will it com at Io.t, luJcf'a the are nj.tst to j
- 1sfl..JL l;: thefeV. r.i Sbti'. Tai.li-hi'l) UieCt'* JH.W n mI Eiiri.1mo. i I j itcr wn preparing >. ile-pirt. The Fr -nli cabinet
; *' (. .(.ntaets promptly.! We do not think that the and the Cvmpivi.J, w Ithout regard to old names er' j jj haS,
,,. r. () ;rr.4Lt flT) in j) It.Lit jCI .T th4t ; Mr. Buchanan's Letter. I Jtd'oic's Jcr'm.-We 1 bra fly ar.nnr-imecd the me- pr-eDtcJ a nvt ,. CUTJ. Lininir ol tu* WliLit? e-f

A W hi.-: r :1 1 .ii .ti I .'1.jit i4rii.i1. avc i'.! 14.11d 1 ".\- l heartily! .i niiii Cfl'1] tu o.ir readersth-1 I 1.tter from 'i 1'. ) i.tuiit-r in l.'t. Thee l-\t .risk-lure! of Florida will be turT.rel to adjourn j i 'i.u<5. We s-hall see in good tinit- but as a enrceu- time i-' 're ti Loujit a4iIevn.
.uii f.r tJi- p:< *et. :.t It-a-t, M.-uld M MJ tituid: upj 1l.i6 .] it.'i ti.ui w Lit l .. ceiptefJhe biiury xuliM.t placing this sul jvc in silt h a jK.stiire as willsatirfv tary e-u declarutK-n vf our frimn 1, we clip the ful-[ The forts of Milan are t', he irnrtcitma"1y mJ !ctei,
j.u t.-ily' | ii nts are -Tl.. V..*' n C-tt'-u 1 Pai.t< ri Coincnti'iji'ii' armil! for the
q. tlw Uiairatic .atf.rtt 'l.)i -! m.-e-m .i*- |I ; ; ( the Souifi- U'endm every rrcparatu-nmaele evt nn mitv.! >t war.
\ J. JiiU'w "a iinaljty ," iln ev.h 4jI .. i-d th"i 1 I His :appfal in iHlt1f4.f Mat.- !llihtand! a ttti.t"ti .iU lc in! opj' -iti'iit-.the plan holY **iI! liy the the Cabinet \Va.-biigt-n tliit the time las-!,I lowing rout C'/oryiati, a L'nii'n" Thtf Hu- ian t*>rce in the Iriilti.at! Urn present :t >-

;4 \ li'iliertiV Jilll |nW'1t Jh".till '.\.10 t-ti.l U.i'iO tlifU ftnieti-.n 4 f the C
'. t' t1 1 1j. wron baii'C: jh.trioti.-ilU d tt--iiiin-d :<* n.ijt.i- the 18 vt-ia t-xliiivjii aii.'f of tI.. pit-vent jvhiiiia-triili-'ti: itl.olllj Con\ei.tin.-Dln.t 1..r.ini i Tr.e! of tl.th ..- I ..tii ii. has In i n d..ne rnre than to *> nda few Corimpa- Conir.n'ttec >'f the ULI<>II party for a Convention lit'' 'ly ri.ipi'i. ably Diottfied, exteLelvdy itered, &nd

4*".- i'jlh.-l f f T the faUe 4 lU.. Ulli-'H. prolkled U.-V > i.iestfU. S. f into tl.e 'umtmsI'm i.nitatk cfti" 1i1ri1CVj1h.t i iWe ready t f rivti n.
:r tbil! IK- iJihf'iily.niifl! L.i. w-euJion. |' arierl thetleliti'.II f % cry flielid I ef Ui CuUH : S..thm-i f-jjut..! paj r. frfn the ]IH n cf Lieutenant : triMiJ.] : I The I'arii* '.- ircra'n&itimt j rf( the! Loml n. Timw if
e. ur.-c 'c.li.h lias Ixen fur the tart three t et> there i* a cull goin? tlie roweU f'f tlse ps-
C ( Ia t j'-t.t',. t't, e4U % 4 '. 1.". 1 '1( 1i(. ((.t.tr. tn-. M.mtvflm; ctat-j"f A'tb.naTiidutrv of tlw.imlhliv pi.rrUf.-d mrmai.by' a e. rtiinliijiie who tail tl.rmiselves! t1-! firm that the m>uJj Na|..!froii is rt.t e-n
i.u 1 c ni l.-ji'lv < cuLte 'h* si.j jKit. f t'nA < r f-.ur years. Tl.cic i? riodir{). sjtlou to interfere v\ith p-.ni Z'NHh tTrr.s with th.- Ilmpe-reir ofKu aia, and that
; .- ] T. P. K Ull!, Lite H-lit-r.-f the Iu..fritdy. i dtitral Union Crx.nittrf.r a t''rve-r.tion. tf !>- J a
jifiicii ;p. .]*!t' : the approtifl.Ui ruMi'.e.iti'd; <.]. .- Gov. Browns Letter. I.. ite sa: h'.puhtti'.u-thm. l.mni- the plans! of the G.,v-eminent--...illwe want ii the T- j I \li. Id at MiIe-tlg\ille! on the i2l of Apnl, t<. take into I i Jcei led cool'ies* "i-t.
( i tiMif I j-ii-u.r. unh.MtUttinsly. tluitc n.l fall .v4. i I U 1 >\v a I I.tt< i from (J.n.-nior Taow inaral / the Jndan; ; arid if UiU desirable) object can C"iiidcratii the -tHli' f of D-I t-s to the U.tltiimre The Ij.n.ofi! Tit.es lia* thf following; curcraarv of
> < g
l.tJl After these, f 1.w; fall wtd .lil: rate t-"mmari. : tlif il-uite in Partiarni-nI the Htb uit
t Ia i' = ,
. n *'iU hurt i.jcm ( I.t. .1 I.L !(; %', wLic1 h we find in the) Lit-t .luek- p :eonij.i-h.il! without: tli'-j aidcf! the Stale th <*.imvt-imti. i:. 3I.fv, -qutt till Uni-):! pr.p -rpi.bih > to
I tiriK- ]i.-i .,1! ] .. .: !I s> wl hi.<1i'ur .. 4h% I fi rur I iI! tilt- lKpartm nt4'f _tri-uturs. Dpnttiiicn) ..tfl.ti C *m1Tii. *' ptuI J.-lin ICt.-"till bid ffi re- the IL-use L-s pr .-*itii,, fcr
the im'.tii. V.V fir 'h.l'.l! elo uhtiiii&
pLi -ctL U piniiiic' jm1likli r.ti% iP.et,t 1'1'. .Vt : : <- c
i' r't.eila chance
jultA-.u f
3 ] ; 4 e, Ii, Ii'i.t: 'iIiit. :iiil I.mqr..v ims'imt _/ud, ii" taint nvlliiny tv J-f with t/it JJ3tisiaoreVt'Oi to ', *
f c fiiMU tL- i\ twtc f Ui-- 141.r.I C"i-4u1i: nrK* *!)4.- ] 'UIJ.'e of viiidatin! a t-tt.i.i.'iit IIta.IC ',nI 'ti..!w ef the //"I***_/ / intention.! of the Gove; rnrnei.t toi uLmvaru..n
: : eu' lh m.a-tia.zt, ( ;i1 rv a f !a "ztiv &ZI'1 in any shuj-e ( ffm?
'. ('.,?I1itIt 1 i i ilvi-l: .' iis fi. iu ti! ni iiulll th- < inL "tt"<- the ] 4lh uu! t" the effect that ":ipt .1. hal re.4-'l i i.iakt* go**! its i j.roini---, and c blig.iti'-ns--..-otLcn.i ire Lon I John R'-1t ol--rved. that Li 1lft&eyT'se.l ha1
1/nin / 'irl/.r .:--a 11:4 1 1 .lit. rial iti.I Iit erirv ltej mzirttmf;.t. I' r ': the mxpe.i.-zm'v!i f r''rrr thif
; ; r4Tht 11 i j iU uj I. 4 T r"T': r i iA Mrs. Gaines- e> 'n;;
Ll'.li'z from (J.iv. 15. "tor.ii.-- of
: ily a Jifty | tin will riicLt Uuuistlte- their
i-ompniy .
k 114t fff' ./ '<;/< ;".'/<'' >V < < *:r4t ,,, : ., '!43 .V. t') 1i-1t1ii. !.hii,ui.i U. !' .... : t. J. I). y own wav.SII.VATK a iriuan< nt militli force in this e-.ui.try.
M.'ur.tfl Voluntefii f..r the I.r'. eti'ii 'f the fctc! IV. lady, thf wid w of th.' fate (Jen. OAIVM, has I ; ;
r* l witl aiio'Ltr an"c
_( fJ L..1iutija- i :, ( iiJW- R. IkR Otie.i prrip-.st.n :n couplr f.-r
., iud nuiits almct 1'oit (;Iiitrn.1 *.nd\hieh e..j : f]!I.tMBER, lo-t her cajt, heli! w-ji r'Centlv aix"b f"- theUhirttie !
4 r, 4e.? :i ,ru4? i! :1. f iii a rig-- s-tat.-iiint wejontraJJted : WIm not pap.-.UiJIe to the H.-n;\ ar4a,
: ,
x i miliV he .f i.ti -t t.i n.c ef our WvsiMM.Tov: March _' 1.2_
i rtmr'ii
ifottviil / ii lli> Ji ntij r.rj..">'? 1 I -.. ).: v.. !. '%\ I :i"hi.1 1i! (fl'riipuJt li.i < -c' MlKervis! v.h" have Iit t lie< iv.-l the 77'J1a.. S'ercrii 'ft.'" It ri'ir : in tlie h'-pe that the H j .1 h3. ; e'* : .IhI:4i.i. a t.e! ii;!.!j.atj. fl .f tiit (jI V&iii..r'.i pr* ?< .ufion i f her 4 4 lit inillii''n: e'"I.i! *> l w.j a.Uiun : 'e 1 J.a.u.irv X *.of the I 1. > i< \v.-ir.- inf"rin-l tit! !l.vsiii :n- Sin: :-A month has 11 ij- 1 ine I :id.re! ] fd a 1* ttr ri Ir it .w i*
1' i.ri. !i'l in tieir aihrfifi! )by tL- ttrm.fte ai in 'I ih.I 1 i. ''. r vi'li Jli- t.i.t.iii1: i. -..Miki : .1 lit -- .-iti-'ii w.i-s n t l.irir- :*. i'irh f-r thd!--- to the CVrtnrii! 1> i.. ret" 1'i.l.Iie! I..tnirtc* <'miu< udi.i Clark \ ta. iii-; runt (*t..te about nineteen years arti, |i ith.-t.iniIncr! tl> :is '7nuie-.* c. rii.mi"ed iu Her 5aj.stv'!

I 4f ci'rV. IaV, ju '' 1' 'f ai i < ;ov. Hitows's ITi nt.K.-Ii aii'-thi i f.lii.n vill ]iw. j'! n..i'j'l. Kt -rv ,MtlAf-ribt luav r<-t *>atisieil| tliLt :*-- '..rhtnshwos MrWlT'nev-. SiiL--"jnr-t.tlv, she jiMr-. *[ c-li tha r.ir relatTI! : wita; f.rigT, |wi--m- *>re

i; % .tV-. I' I i t.IC : : 'tn.. 1i :1i1 rI f..ui.d a I 1. tt r oli.ov. UH.wn, copy < f wli. h h.i.itln .- J sn ? tin rej inl i-
i1 tl ii I. i4t f.r ( Liz. his Nitt.l will !1e l..rm-.eil.! 'lhii i-, tic d. in -onn. eti-.n with t the moVemtnt eif Gen. I !ake -! ,..,t } f
I'tifl i''.1 4'fui v I i n' 'ihgrtt i.' ; .i.ts bt ti;: pnllit1i.'IL; )n 1 .rv HtiLl.r *> r j romj.U < as h. r, uul! ile-votf-i! l.ia fortm.c toils ,rt'Irtti'rm. Gea. -e v. holly prepared >r war a2r.T* ->k<*ut
: fTa.42 I?) .1 1,y \\'f-\ ('- it ui I' -is, i-tMl. Ii h. H 8 ? CUJe &1il4ti ii.s u'.i4t ti. i-htil: : & UI tim -I jjijie ti.e i :t'-i I'Jci.t ha-occuiinl to uaid Wchojie irtd Li- ln.Iitii d.l'vatii.n, to indur-; the! r'rioal if |by f r 'ini r-'ate-*, ui'pi.twith re pevt tf. time nijLt*

4.9ItlIIPJI ate villi) ourjHiv! ] ,4 r a1 (2re. i< a i !. ti! at the pi.:4: tim-. I HJW Cnji: *. .It-nii'_:.ri i It Wl'.l: be the Ll>t. j LJ the In'J.-t. fiemmi ri'-ri-la arid Mr.I ( Jain- jrprtiled in tl..smut the ppjoeeil of two e+-1 ,.f British .nil.jt-ef, our a'l'hi.rttir-ris!i by treaty to eleftud

if t: S tuti"U. '-it iti 4 xi< nD'irc Miilit t-t ," i iit i. '4i1 i.n- -oiil 1 "k"..i]! a < > lujuay in t '- .i'1ijef< r I the j ppt.ll"l .-*- ; a furtnigLt ag> t.tt'S which he owned one in Louisville anI I the oth1'cr I other tnitries in c-nse of atr.v-k, and -tir cooni ctw-na

]14T th* ,.jui.l.iii'vui4lit"l! &i 'ii.'iiiy jni'l' Mnici.fpmiMiitv. .- ( I of I tl.e HttJe'llt h-," 1J'Jl*ll.t rilT-t lU-! tldlt'I J' (iixryin l'ni-rr-ify J.i'.zi"-_ Aft. r .1 l.pc f-f I j i (i'.i'jt-11 a iiit my--if L-uI the honor to confer with you in Terin j/T-which he s-.hit f-r about > 100,000._ I f ]with the .rciieritl: i ytni of Europe, e-r any territorial

1 -viiioii tdc i-.l. tlut'iui) l \i<"i'i inL'it: ? ""'.,.j ill.aii', Miij'i.--< i i.r < > ii.pi< }..i.-i' ii. "If a>i *-- t Qv'r.ml t.i'ill hthis 1.1 nt hi I y m.iit'.s its nppiaravcone j aad, I a.! ('.' Jsri.i.cr e-f Indian A&It'rs: and! in a e.mj He aNo cAtM-ude.d his r--ivand emoluments, amounting -I 'urfTandi/ei-ut by whl-h one stare would"ofstu-.b the

oii-i-K-rJilr, rfl.i'-t-! J .I. tli'- .! nd. 1 1i ti.il: 1ite.-.liV (.'. .J. j- lli *- C.ittn1of the 1'e-bruary imuiii.z--n. I baltace ot f Tin-re still
I r> AV JIH >< i.lin.: \ oeeiirs, ij.it. itttti'rr, > i aie2t more. j n.uiiieai.-aa.lircs-! t iM>u by Uieintirt.FleiridU: Dclegaiu ) about six thousand eleTilars 1ri power. wa* another reasonnanitiv. -
tam Some of
4.1 ot.Uvitli.iit! ktiiiiu-ut, b'Aitli i ..-iiti\t: U'J 1 f .r--, iiiiij 01 tins jKti.ul iice -itv ( *.pt. .1. is < '_n- Vi'm. Hid!, ; A j'.j-'t' a.j-.ijt whi.h vrv1N1talka a vear 11Gaiuia Uwt sLe the intr.*lnrti<>n of sfuin nat'iip*
'4 a.i t.% I Ic'lli Ui tin <;t be e"mmii-re.!' as 9 Auiojilii.tr The Leaves
:j An S"---ix JJi.1 Li\:'!iI XJB.ji.L'ii; ..' 4.f )jul.ii.- in"ji I Ihit: the India'i! MMI cr>t..i.lth.ir 1i,i.ri
<} th..g1i! init<"lf l.kLly j.< nJiu*. r ii- i.'i'Jiirv'lHn the -'i.tic-n-y hadnetiutlly .. i.rr.whih! itiithorhm *>:iM tis, ; I'm f.iraV.ay fr..m I thlove; A Hefl*-e-ti-rtt ; 1,11 the n.cti-ity of a-Sorting! Jrf.ImaptnmeL-ure4 fur the would Kestablished.. In the Paterson ease, which f C1flatant-es nmtt be enuped! time fact that our n.iiitam-y

: <"str.I v.tb ti"!
  • e, It '.\aloftlie Indian '.Lo neither of th.-cinmnur.itiiiis j estaIdihrnent 'cm-as very far bh.w that of ether evuntries. -

    ; it ujK H tl.! > fluui.'Ur (1! "i.r frK- ln-t'ti.! ii.. t-etllt'lii< l.t-.M 'Jl.is htateof the < .t-< i- rtei-lv v.h.it twe Mary : Tli.' far w ll <.f the Mexican Volunteer ; beta made! that I cf. waa fa'-Ziti..I:4 one,3Ir Gaints succccdeeLAt that ; We hiul s.ener.rIIv reeki'rje'd it icise, as wel as

    A -t r'.:. l.-jiJ. IKV t.iw.u.k i"r.nJC.it.r<- il i- ;L r.-.it p'.bi-hcl! 411 whit we on-idciid i. lia'jlr.i' .. \ luu-ar.y re.ly! am nwure tiiiit; G m n. Gauv-a was tecrlere-d au offer of Corapro- constitutional, to inaint.iiii a considerable militia, tt i a
    Ch i. fa 1 Pr f.
    ( of
    < ii.ttA
    )mtijl! oil .f i!" ju - reply arise, whih he refused. lie sabseffiertly again re- reserve to our regular army ; and the govcmmciit pro-

    4- it---.l. ('->:Irt.* i i' ii'iw ii.:t+-ru.tly iicj "rtr" t-U'j'lm! ,; the jmtli. jit.iti\e iitra li.-tiofi' of the Talla-! I Valentine! ; :.turil: "s---n. iv of Georgia; ; 1.lit..ri.il to r< pre-eillations thus fonnallv mad would K-cru rcmiikable tciI it, when he was Li a state of actual destituJion, p.sed ttMitablbh a le-col: militia upon the following

    '! fin'n r. n* 4ju.rtlr t. i uak aj-pf-jiri-tiiwi- 1 1 ha I J pa;ipit*. The < tot- nioi'V H l.ci!<- of *' Tt tfl.;% iII t 1 fl.d: .Ll1. [\\heii we la-t L-idth** j i.1 a-ure vf glui'-ig I ; and 1 in vi w of the Veil f..uincd! appre hmn- plan:-Two-thirJj of the officers to be appoint by

    :' 'll '.it* of )j.r.'j.Vt-. )!-.Iiey. iniiiv( fr i'ii tLv! Nv 1 the I 1'idi.ih-i Ly a n-rv. } ot tin ir l.uidw<- ha\e ii" o\e-r this M'.u.'azlno,'* whieh ";tin Dici-inlj-, 1S51 I, i.ln entertaaic-a in Flori la. f al of Indian h. -a\ing he w.'uI.i l have a complete victory cr none.In .- th, LnrJ Lieutenants, one field otnY<-r ii each ci-rfs,
    : .' Tn"- v vi"-.i'jlly: <]>Mnitin1 1 f-olili'l. lire in. (itll. DL.kt-'s plan of vAjiiny til 111 'it | e a n new rtihtiej th case Rt; iin-'t Kelt and others, the decision tithe ;.nf/iutrd by the

    r trurt--f, >iM.-ul. t"iiui 1 A-jiU -.ml tJnHjiroj'ct! i is Iii' ., iii.I2Ii. I .it thi. ( f urv. v- I we .j'loted $.'!IIC f w vre of .I. .rjjt rcl from it, more I Ij I aiu o>ii>trai.iid to t-ay that any further delay Circuit Court was ng-a:n=t Mrs. Gaines, and the Supreme Crown; a qu.difieo.ti n fir otEecrs of n certain amount

    n i" pl"!
    l'.ptrtt-.l t-. ljJii! bv iic.-iiuity) a'iltiiiiiii id ut. ('lain'vd.b A few woids will 4.\plain the hole matter, and j j''t., r. ti.et up.11 1 or ui-eredit the iiit r[.ise. For that fir th ir immediate removal may be productive uf Li- : With rn rift to the men, it wa proposed that, instead -
    } Irti 1..i n (i, ->l !.f >r.iv-r 1.j j rgp itjix only of the Jus'.i<,vs sat on the case-f>urofv.I.om t'f the iimitatitn of 1t an4 31i years of sge, un-
    thi.w that 't\ 4 ry .li/nifi'-d n.1 ti'v, we \va-re rahi1.i over the raiitabi reulta.
    there his K-.ii iinthin1
    our '
    | ;
    lilt.1 I.4.tflP !1ttV itli zLZ l4'' lH L.JflJ r. iv .I CtiflIVr.Lrv Justic.9 Catron, Xrlaon, (Grier, and Curtis. dcr the Laical Militia Act, the limits suUeethig pertimis
    : iiirl ha5 IN- II j Jiail, jniiiJjiJ au 1 mt< n-r-t. ]ii'itl, |i'tiTi 'n>..r<> ih.'in n flight )iii uii'-rstin'liii! ]Ity{ the <,1 il| 1 knii'-l.!"* I by eo'iioon.' i'l the Sfntiml wIK> M, ml himlf That the (Government ii pledged to remove Hieindo.s j-'iued in the opinion atzthi.t Mrs. Gai'ics, while Jittiees to thC bidlit Imou1d i.e in the rst rear froni to

    t > n !n > oii.j ."n-ral ru-li L' 'bt.tii: mi
    lli1 r< ;i-rv.: on ju'.y uid cry j-t -t< T I il* n iiSI'Il or ii.r"iT'ti.ii, :iie a"thoii-cd to call out { koov, th' \ < ry p.r-v-11 wh.> did up"1 f>r the''by] M.-STS. lliomji-on :m.rdVhitier, Ce'rnrnL.i.jnersifiniii by tut any jKjr- niubttwecn 29 and C J rcyht volunteer,
    Wb:4t: .;i1! li tli inJU'1 iiiqutiifon f fKli \ Mrs. Gaii.t.3 and her counsel that iu full Court the JeUi are! they would serven* year ltSS than these biulotetl -
    ti! *' iniiit.'a f-r 1h<- !ttin f the M ig-i/'i: *' the mrry ih\mc w <- cpie the late admiiiirtraUon
    country. service would be
    la\5 i li f>|M'n'liliii] < Ar? they nut e.lr.ilal(41 fq / t1 1 <- u would have fjt -n in her f'iv.r. Ju-tice Wane's period tour years,

    (,i ?, ,.;cili1 .:jvfl FJllldC.lft
    ( u 1F r'tl" (; ,e'crie1aR, vi,.. jrb. rf somec.-iu t or 'th.'r, n-> e'fTl'-eri n oom miii.. ai.dI \\'
    vlgeJi <'<;K n'l I/.e / r ttit<;i '..;. ,".'/ ./ ""r s'm. I eo!.<...< .i.lly 11'. fine I-, J.uthoi-f-l to 'mlmdy the UliliUa < we m ait n''thin! ..' jii >ri tliiria little ptai iintrr, from the Litef-t a'-eoui.t.s from rlorid.i that the Indians the ease, was in favor ef Mrs. Gain-.s, created a d.epiuiprebricn. It win l.raiIv'eii j Uist the RICH eh"tJI rinn-
    : t'i F (,r't Jv 'XMI<'ta'it fr 'in ti!; IVl.-r.d Tra iry jn. and hams Ittl many to believe dint the facto -, 'e'l ir.! > badi'ris. anel a.-eenibl'l i C r traSn'ug twenty
    I\\hiih we thought th" fr.fr a: .l.la rt\Ic of totr.e tf their limits: and
    ill n'irt1: v itli iu'liiT.reiiwifnit) vilh! iit< niit] tliosof for the l.Il.1l'.i.i.: .11 *.f rjty oi.tl-reak 1
    S (;l. tlie Kral .Stut.-c. TIe 4'1ri.i. nfriylit Cinsileiiiij the: Pettlfment! in gre.it d.iM.jfr frum the the :irti..h-! n in ii.! p'lMii'.iti'.ii! warranted.! I'.ut we n->- rcd.ili-> upon the jir.ip.i rty "f our eiti/eus ; ruii 1 any to tl.f i-tate of her father, Diniel: CLirke. ilr. year. In tLe evtt e>f a eLoirur v/ii.vaw3, -

    :'tu i"itf !laiijifj tn $. *,y,, /.;/ *qiUk // /'< r, iiif..rniiaghuin <-f I ti'-o that the 1hits'rs tin inn-lv.-s take the matUr toh.Ait attempt to re-strain th*-ni or tt> recover fp.in them Fto- ,the corps mulit b*; embodied and wnt to mow [.art e>f
    4I/.l.lI't' istrci3ai 1sirrF/y f i1, a.i.l] thit.n I.- Kcverdy JoLusnu, one >i her ei'tu-u-tl. Las moveil for a i the country where their #.-rvie>< mi !ht re -qtured..-
    : wt flU the uelu el ii-l: :q..rcLeu.li..l tato f.f afl ir iind a-ked < u* in a tnl r place! f *r Jill who kn preipi-rty will iac-vitably Kad! to bloodshed and vk>-
    lFfrii..c.rt, "fl'i' fty. 'nw <*.'nuj>tin iuwfrof new trial and hw motion is t<> be argued in AprilIt Lord Jobn expuiineel 8"me> vs the detail r-f the Trro-
    know wDl d the that it i is in
    ( ui u-i jj.-tif-e t.i stY n'-t Ifl
    monoif "% ill! In; f It tlir.'ii )h.ul tho 1iii h an1 1 I ''i.-idth !j for authority ti r .is" a coinjcmr of niluntfrn t> ni'-et ( H nut thought pp'lra'jle that the fetir Justices whod..iiJed pored niaLui >ry. and s-tateel that the exjiisti of the

    (.f U! l.ri-1 : aii1fiu1 I c 1 Kin- i'v. 1.i1 oil 1 b.v the lu-ro i any ca.sf.f 4-mergf-iify, fUiling thi.t he ould nadilv our nature I li.. vant<*,nly, wilfully! an l with inalkv afonlhouuht I de-em it my duty enrnfftly to admonish thf* Gov- til1 will IH favorable pla'i the first year wf.uM nut alte-gcther exceed 2tJtV

    I .l;< ..l tlw 11< riiiitiillluvc: in v.in, 1ru.k* d.\\ ti' i illic j "1'tain

    )J/ui.k of the L'nitc-d State", if I ho fan.*' f.it.d iullu1 1 of all thf ."litois tf the Ma iazhie of triaL Jur-tice Catron r-.nairked, when the mi-tioa' vas leave to >.ri' ; iu a till to amend the Liws re j. waf
    h in Lni\t--ity : frt-m the State and that
    j Her published the AVir*, ad\L-in him t-> keep a ?p-edily, canprcvert the most
    the 1 cal
    < tK-o f.rhiih it was 'niid.'iiiiu'd. r-linll IKted m.ade, that no case ha P>re the court bad ever Keen .
    S anl f fUrc by im-am diuwu friiu the 1.j- J! company "in readi'i.and! :LutIioriiIIg him, in fasej their ttl< nted eo.-ps of c''ntiibi;i. I5.it we nov elUastr us cin-tfiun<:eIlie pefip'e of Florida arc subjected to a nifire di-lil-erate consideration! than this, Palmerstt, not pnrteitinz in any panie.anti

    1i' Trea'ury. j of mddcii outbie-ak, "t* eJI out a force 8ufiiM. nf"i 'may that :f 1-en-afur! tiny will J.i''r ts wilhant d'-U-rminfl that th- si-all not TIauiIl th-re A treaty believing that we were vn as triemlly t-rnr. as could

    To l lilral vritlj their o\vn tn nes1 1 I'-il Fp.irin of j i for tin* iirotvctioii uf the Fctth-nxi.ts. Xow. if the change, wv will try liard! to at.ir t clear of the dji.iitnunt *"- holc-mny! ratified I by the Senate, tttipulatcd that .and>!nrnte that -'itideration each jit-tiee: L-.l if tLc cf mc ease ti> a before cone'lui n upon ct'ufr-a.nj l be with foreign nations yet felt that quetoas niicht

    that: of the l."j: u'ili' <% van the jili of li-tJiigiiKlieil I i I they ripe which would expose this cc'Tiijtry to the rikofwar.
    try A'uft will but tuni to Ifil(; 11i.. io\uttd to the iiiu>c. Is this unuiule bati* should} be removed the Federal Government.Th rc-cl t it.
    piije mj> Dye, aril 1 they by pju .
    j>ul.i) : scuatits ainflg tl. Kiiril.t I! Ii.nragc a1S46.. he had preyed upon LrrdJ
    . tit; masiin va< nin e.| and th public nvnfy was read rule t', it will discover that the (Jove-nior wius <>nly f&et&ry fJ it treaty LM never U-en cancelled. It has been Webster Flashi ..hii RUsSell that on general priiiople- and wiUi a

    rnplov.il hy jiilfi.l and anibiti'! l inia' f'i'w> t. te. ullt..tliIiiIg t.i ruiune difScultirs in the way (.f a disrgarde'I: 1 by the < ttic* rs of the anny tntru'tfd w ith VIeW to the iat 'urc tlnir 4I1I iiUiH* J1Mjt ,' w'ti Imposed Upon. movement in f ivor WtcaTEii for the Prc i.len- that some such precauti.>n a- this &he-uld be taieiu He
    : re-M'rt to the provi-ious of the militia law, and of the the management eJfrML It is true, that tinform" of tli Republic By lat Siturdi\'s mail we rmaa id a httrr gni'i"f. cy came tiff in New Y rk on the 5Ui inst., and! from Was gLul. therefore that the government had come

    S c ttitinuod fi.r inanv tLr-1Iut th. mii'iuitiug' and iu- ; *''Ui rule in particular 1 lie did nut intend to authoriseB (;.-tti- ,n wjiii-h ii'i.tain..l the follow Iii!,' m.iTiinge eli-rigard Ijis be-on tsPuI.t-n.iJmoi 1 by the Federal Gov- what we see in the papers, we think it H but fair tconelwle .> I f'-rxvardto provide>r the defence of the country. W.

    ejiirin oul liid: il
    r'r'' L r that we t-lnll: TT reach thi-s jnii.it yt \ Hut the Xnr* state-1 that Cajit J. had not only received atir ( '.hlmflhm4 ent with! ai.d in ( .m&ijtjiii to the treaty, have, without te\en l our own shores! cutteredover all parts of
    mcetiiig wis most inferable failure. Th X. YorklTerilJthns
    V till )r'tit I by tluir (xuhspb.jiIi : a the ghi'Lit s-Lould be retiie-nbered. too, tLutFranca
    may ; auUioiity to laLca of mounted 1 'iic sanction of the Senate bcca 'itidered as
    h iiUiwn1s) Vf the )highctt rwpcct, I rcaiain c-inipariy rify; At M id>.n. "n the 2d Jn'tiTif, bv AVm. T. R.-irairi, par- rjH-aks of :t : I was not the only Power which Lad: a large fet sal a

    .' your fiicud and fvllow vitizoii. volunteer, but that he had actually cent ":ai oid.r lMi.: ] s MMITIM I.> \. n, of Andalu-ia; Ala, to C.ti.- ai.iotut to that treaty.I Tie Great Mettiny La<( JXgkt.-Well, the aItirimas j large eli>poable anny ; and if a war should break ous

    JAMES BUCHANAN. for pri.vhi.'tis and ctoKt./1 while ills nuuiif..-t.that vi. ( i.ns, K i|, of C.Jifomi.i. ifi.st urge that this treaty which is the Supreme come off; and! it l 1it* turned ant a fail.ire.! Head I UNri the Continent, lit) one could ay how far the

    t '4 John Niln, William Fell! Oil-*, John (). Whirt.) : i, j the Go\cja Pr fimjily and only Izi.-:ujt to place C.ijit. Not dreainin that tl'-ie \n aims thing a rong in the Law .f the laiuT be faithfully ext cuted" by the Federal our report of the iimai-tttmg-time CTeat Webster meeting. flame would spread. Mr. -bden bid deemed ocr fleet

    John M..rri Carix.ll prtioo, William 1' 1'oiidcr, .". in i>u< h a ]mritie. Hut the G.vcmme-nt, tam avert the nccebsity and the duty The sisnu-rs to th-* call exceeded the atteiKLuitsat a sufficient tletence ; but tour insular pn itk-n, in soma
    t' tad JoLn A. Bowtu, l ijs. and thii the inciting by three to ane-at lead thre-t respect our strength, was hi other our esi-aos.
    < one.
    Jh; H-ttlcnirnU to the extern' he would ha\e been au.ih..ri n.-it mail fi.iin Madison I brought us a letter from to theavelvcs, of the peopl >of Florida adopting meaatirts Our Stores are that it'
    It wa l.kethe call of 'pirits from the vaty deep"they expensed upon so many points,
    ed to do had he lx-en "the 'l r. CILM.N (GU.IIS i with the Mortifving iittillig.iice f.'rth.-ir self impossible to t.r alL Our frtielent
    from the A. 0. 1'itayn.i*. commanding ofiicerof J're.rvmttii.ti. } did nOt etimt*. 11 e affair was tame-the speeches provide navy was me'ie

    The Mummy Last Night. the militia" in his (eliatrie, which he wax not ; and that: our oilnmim had I been made the medium, bymi I> -ing nude time iie.-e.s-ity of leaving the city to-mor- ware prosy the p--akcrs were ordinary I he cnthiisiarin now than it ever was ; but that wits no rra cn

    "And tliou Lat-t valkwl aUmt-bo\v bUiinge a story! all we det'igiied tO contradict in emr pijnr: of the 21 l' iinpriiicipleil i>crf n, of ]* ri e-tnitiug a faLt-hmi iv.]. low, to le al>cntt\vo wi ck<, I Live deemed it my duty wa tl.it-tlit aud heavy as cold buckwheat why madness we should to reply neglect other precuutit fthicb Itwcnldl could*

    la Thi btV tlcto, t lu t-e tb.ut'nnd j eus i atf I Ilvu was the report that the Governor had given authority and of diagging; innoecnt pa\rti-s In-fore time public.Tlie .- to adlrcns ytiu thus frankly, and to invoke your at- cak -l the>e cpl.n whole lit collect!, fr.i'ii n.the which vast tVc'rvlxnlv multitude concluiieilnnuld expected not prevent the landing entirely of upou a hostile our ships force., :If it wa

    : \\ \ the MfiniH iiiuin was in all iu >,'l ry, to raiM! tliis "company .f fiy mounted Volunteers" lady has long In'HI the wit.of Mr GM.I.IS who Uoitinii U this imjKjrtaLt subject, Reports have reached wa meager, rlim y, chilly, and threadbare; nut! went necessary to have a Lets C'rce, eometliimr like that

    ; An! 1 u114' Jjnd not Ijogan tocitljrow aiid ti i pure hafie these iiivLiiiis aud btoreP." Perhaps sitTers a rewind of *..'j for the discovery of the wretch us Uia; troops are now in the field, and that the l but- (lf like n dull play, badfy ptrlinno to a thin house.Ifsiuh pn>ix>sfd was the best, if not the only kiixl-a t'reo

    : s 1 Of h"M whi'-U> t. !iii'f the n very, ji.-ilactM ruins and are piles tronund'stupendous u l"The if we had been a little more explicit at the time, who could HI far foi-get what is due to propriety as to her bctUers are looking to the safety e>f their families. aniovem.'iit a i this, bsw-ked up by the ce>mbineel to trained net with to arms the ,regular dormant in time ia of peace, but ready irAiV
    forces of Wall street and intended troop* war-rtfercf
    a' m.-JvO the as a ci>up
    ( great fv.-tit of the (Jlidd..n l ketiirt'i t
    I* ui ;ht ui llic pni'ucc if a \4-ry lanjo audinac at the amends in our power by Fending Mr. O. the original With great re pect, what arc the prospects of 3fr. Wc-luster against Sce>tt surprised, however.that Ireland bonld be leftoatof

    S. Ute L cfuni haiL Tbcinununy vmutiffJlwl Aft -rB Our oiteinprtrary "peakjof the clicme"
    'I the Indian* by a of their hunk arid the means of dc-tccting the guilty author of the servant, Secretary
    ftnU'1 to bi< auditors that tins mummy, lf.>r thrnb.t.1 Mirvey cx- the bill for a local militia. It seemed to nhn that it-
    Hi VT bin rollcd. and tLt li > kn.'W nothing ofit prehucs hin'want cf e-onfulenec in it Of course there imposition. S (Signed,) S. MALLOIIY.. Time fact is, the Whigs might as well make up their would be better to have the old regular militia j add

    Li-Uiry, age or tex, ni >re than did th<- audu-iK-o, i it vill nlwcyn )K-a diflcu-ntc opinion as to the IKSIminle THE Ciio.fhsuK WIIK. Whig National Convention. minds to swallow Gen. SCOTT first as last-for every he suggested that the word "local should b? kit cit

    having lieon received by liiin jmflwly in the f-tate in 4'fge ting ri 1 of diie -but the 'scheme" <;EIII i.s lay brings renewed nranees that 'the free-soil of the bill, which was in other respects, Buceptibl Of
    It i.s
    t-uvag.-s settled that there U to be Convention
    The now a of
    which then it the iu IVnnsyI\anLin :-Tiic labt lluth the considerable
    they faw luainruy wa placed ancKvaUd says storjof improvements.
    of the Middle
    Whigs and Northern States' will hear
    in to
    to Gov. I5llow
    jhrnilhin s > a* to 1 Iwclcaily > i ibleto tilt objected no more 8 Uuui it is that ef Fwl ral presais, Uiat in the event of GUI bon's nxiiination thn \\liig p-arty. The place of meeting, as well as the Mr. F. Maule said the question whether the plan of

    \\bolc audii'iuv, a>i>l the pn>c 's of uuswathin; cn. Kentucky no other candidate. the regular militia- should be adopted had unefergcoa

    und'-r tli ? innncdiatc >uiH.r\iM': >n of the nvdi'iil irebig it on the attention of the Cabinet, as v ill bescon Pennsylvania This carry n-eviinmends Louisville and the 17th June the The most amusing part of the proceedings of this great cc>nr>iJeratiou, and it had been determined that

    I nii'a n* 'f! New Orleans, the faculty of the McdiCA by UiehtUr we publish tn-day from Mr. MALUUIT b certainly the very height of as day. meeting was the nomination of WLB TER for President! militia of a local character wa preferable.
    IVjiartmtiit iif the University if Iy iii-.iann. prrsunipiiou ; and let wlm mny be. nominated by the Dclegate-s have been appointed from Xw Ilamjtxliirc, Mr. Newdeyite supported this as a defensive measure.
    fit the of the to the the National
    ) SeeTctary Interior. While :uijc1 approivl of Whig Con-
    4 The ui watJ.iug vasj'' i formed principally: by D8.Jonec we have uo Federal puny, he will rcc---ivc audi a defeat at tLehmiils Vermoiit, Rhode Island, Imli.uia, Illinois, Michigan, .

    li W iJerbum| anI ChilU, mid uceiipied borne confidence in any mcasuri-a purdy j>ertiiuhet we of the Democracy of Califoraia, Te-nucusee, and Kent tacky. Delegate. at rention? WEiwrEa'syriVW could not have perptrated Mr. Roche thought the exclusion Ireland froiri the
    pl haifir Ef au hour. At awatliiii after to Pennsylvania, as never yet a more cruel jokij at his than this bill would could
    Uiree-qu-irttrs arc yet willing M-e every mean tried that hold expense turn seem to imply that her population
    liave also been hiosa.U
    isiteih Large in Wisconsin ai.d
    an opponent lie of this) ( several
    twuthing wo* rciH' v Hl, and the roll, -uhk-h at lir.-t appeared out a ream.ni.ible hope 4'f iu to beeo rel>ecta1ile a eize, began to prow emal- resorting ii.i f )IHM-II fciek of Federal dominion at Washington.The .- DiMriet, Delegates from New York. AU the States Lord J. Russell emphaticallr disclaimed this irpacitk i..
    0 to brute fore-1 but vedonot He will stand no more clianee in Convention
    ler and wnaller ana beautifully le the audii-n. tvidetitly regard surveying great catalogue e.f fraud which clustered around wiUi UB (exe-cpti of f;icorgin, Alabama, ILtoiseipp!, a Whg n. There was no wart o'f confidence iu the lot

    begwito get ajiH] litii ivp i leht the iniinuny wuub. > i-chcrne as Ijt-ing alt 'gi t her 4>f a peaceable! rida, -\\ill be represcutc-el. It Ii possible that than will the nominee e-f that party of an election by ally of Ireland.
    timidity of FILL-
    .,ut to be dissijMiU! Lito consecutive 1iy.ri* At LOWCUT after '11 enough to MoiiKWi.nr e-have akeiu-d ju .t feari that a continuation even tlese may cnd Delegates, but from present ap-
    Icugtii, relnuvilig is dcsignfil to a'-eompany the oomniisfeion, andUiis 1 FILLSIORE'S friends now wish to make a demon Additional News by the America.
    hare erred Uic whole houeLold of an ancient Eg'p.. i.t similar men would lie an increase of iLin- pcaraiocs we think they will not The almost certainty -

    tian dtme duiinff a life tinic, the **\ aim came lo the we are decidedly of opinion, will bring things toa ger in the country, and an enlarged difpiisition to> rob that G k-IL SCOTT -nil IHJ the choice of the Convention stration iu his favor, by way of showing his tremen- RESIGNATION OF TIIE BRITISH 3IINISTRt

    body of a fomale, iu what wa pr<'n *cojlc of th(-ir sulistiuice. It off Delegates from while
    [ alino
    ful""bUtoof iui8iivatiun. Tile liir, iullu, Ie, Wtrena thtojs-emigrate or fyht.TALLAIUSMEK. u t too soon It t them imitate the course of the Websteritca. We ENr.L.tYD.-The ministry were most tmexpeefeelr/

    distinct aud a* well piewrved iu tti.iugli the Fjiiritlia1 to attempt thin gn.eonmiie--bit our Federal friendsnre the Union organization will[ prevent Uio other think the result will Iw that SCOTT will be left without defeated on the militia bill. Lord Palmen'ton pro

    left its earthly tenement but yest xiLy. Frttn the prove ibid for "brag" before a l battle. If tho practiceis States from being represented Should neither of the rival Thus for his posed an amendment, upon which the ministry jom1
    a ruemies have done
    all in
    4 ermmrtrical jir jv rtl nii of lier will-turned limb* we Jan. ITUi, 1852. of any l lni fit to UK ir feelingsveare willing to National Conve-nUoits adopt the Compromise as part issue, and were defeated by a vote of 156 to 125.
    IiJ not Lewttoto *jcludc thattUe body him 1 eforeVIB Dear Sir I liave power to give him a clear field. The event was unlocked Lr the ministry on tba
    :- just rwcivwl your idler of the grant Federalism this small pleasure-certain that of their platform, the Wliigs of these four States will aa
    uLeu animated by its spiritual habitant, had Ijoeo gist tilL So previous night had a Lord Nca
    long as the Indians .w.ea1i1e. und telling; majority on
    t A aistm uuied belle vt ancient En; pt-Lad one day wiUiin their Ixnindarieti, you will of COUITC imt interfere they will forget their folly iu the defeat TuLich awaits make a nomination of their own, who will probably LENT-Archbishop Hughes has published an official motion concerning the Clarendon and Birch aflair,receiving

    Il1' moved about ain 'zig her pier iu I the full pride and with tltf-m, fio that they may have no excuse them. \iva la O'igaiflle. I* be FII.LMOUE. They will do this in order succewfiilly bulletin regulating the meals of pious Catholics during 137 out of the 232 vote

    i eatisiiiction of conscious beauty-had been the object for an out-break the Bctllenieut* ; and it may not lie "" to divide the democratic party, and thus keep these the forty allowetl days of Lent Ou certain days one meal u AU sort of rumors were afloat at Liverpool as to

    r* of many an ivious glance from her own sex, and of charged that any failure on tIn part of the Government That Sea Serpent. States, which would otherwise democratic from only with a small supper. Beef and mutton who was likely to succeed Lord John BuseelL A coalition
    J- odoratory Loki, ill-upprer sigltf, and badly oomp Agent has been owing to inference ou the The story told in the Now York Tribune of the go are also forbidden. Ou other days fish and flesh are was expected between Sir James and Lord

    t ,ed eonncU innumerable, of a couutlees throng of of the State authorities. I linden-land that Oen.part 27th ulL of the capture of a huge water Serpent on giving their votes to the demexratic candidate, in prohibited at the same meal. Eggs, butter and cheese Palmers w-uir T '

    ' admirer* from the opjyisite. Peihaj* bho may have Blake, Mho hns ctnitractcd with the General Government the 13th and 14th January, in hit 3:10, long. 131:50 which way they will indirectly aid the whig candidate are allowed according to quantity. Nothing is said When the Premier announced Ins resignation, th

    intrigued with I'uarouh Umftelf, or ehc may have been for the removal of the Indiana, has gone t to South the more than if they supported Litn directly.Tho by the Archbishop of rum, brand or liquor of any greatest astonishment-was felt, as no one was prepared
    ) M the veritable Mr*. Potiphar who BO sorely tried the Florida with twelve Indians from the Wct for the by Captain of Whale ship Monongahela, is discredited Whig Convention kind. These pious regulations hook qneer in the nine for this result. It is said in- the House that the Queen
    continence Joseph. puipose; of tr lag to percuade the Florida Indian, by the Philadelphia' ) North Amirlean, which paper presents the name teen th century. They are only suitable for the age of will not appoint Pahnenton, but that UM Earl of Derby

    q Tltoce who are curioui about her history must at- peaceably to move now for this may be relied 4iu, alluding to the Monongahela, says : of Mr. FILLMOBI to time National Convention as their Peter the Hermit. Many a poor creature m New will at once accept,

    , trnl the next lecture, %;hen Mr. Gliddou ha* promised I am unable to say. Hut I am willing that he ahould It is very astonishing she caught thfl first choice, but at time same time pledge themselves York i ii compelled to abstain from flesh for twice for The Irish brigade voted with the majority,and cheered
    to divulge all the secrets which an examination of the sea serpent ; "do their for ty days, simply because he cannot buy it The Main lustity at the result
    have a fair chance, although I have no confidence in but it is still more astonishing Uiat, at our ihirine ed- to utmost any nominee of the Whig National law U
    TariouB wathbjrs. and of RUT criptiouB to be found the scheme and I have been itor informs liquor n sort of Protestant Lent, forbidding Lord Palmerston proposed an meodm ot thai u|
    consequently, urging on us, when last beard from she bad left the Convention. After this, it may safely be drama forever and a day. bfflaaJ
    ' thcreou dwclofie. la the mean time we are to word-locaT should be stricken out of the
    the be
    may Government that an appropriation made for> Sandwich Islands cruise
    rot contented with the fcct, that the method cf embalming their immediate removal by a survey of their lands, whioh was on the 6th oa A of November, having, so very that little the must oil, chalked down as a fixed fact that the other States It u stated that hw Uolinesa, Pius EC, baa grantedth that the force should be perambulatory, and not tfO-

    used ia her fiifi the tieriud ia which represented will finally submit to Seward and be fined to England. Ireland or Scotland! ; but should 6*
    case and a proper force to be raised on the port of this rum finished tar fishing, doubled Cap* Horn and privilege of using fat" j in cooking operations on re

    . ; the ilourihh BiaicnLcrc between J500 B. C. and tbcitcoad Stale. I have just received information from WashI readied the snake ground or scene other triumph, off satisfied M with the beat they can get"-to wit : Gen. fast days during the year. Th tima of L ot however senttoanyquazterufthe United Kingdom, when

    : or third century after CkUt ;jU/n that toa subject is under serious coiuidcrutioa, tho coast of Brazil, all ia the burt space of sixty-eight Soon is ezceptod. quired.Tlw London Timej says that poiclbly the lwu Trr

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    : ]; & q1eEL : Spring is Coming. PORT OF ST. MARKS Ar HOME. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, .

    : ; th'Y 'u1d se Iwt'tb : BY W. C. B.Atcels rrit ondersg"edli! *ving made large lmprovonentJ

    1Ia-I I her m tng4 b"th in building aril >nachinery, is now prepared
    : : rfci 11I L.i d 2)i\ nro I'll the winir, A UlUVElK to furnish COTTON ULN'S of a "superior style and TO THE SALT, THE tAME, THE SORE, AlH) SlUT Ioi t
    eLitfLirr Mardi 9. Schr. President Smith Kew Orleans.
    . the I'r Ami their toi.\-s, Fiflifl: (lear. quality. -WE BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY>
    me1fl"i. :tiilia11ua CLEA flED. He has no hnm'jue making Gin to eihi-
    Tell us tk.t the i>{>riu it got up : by
    bit at Fjilror by coiny Jftntii"to I,)well or other place i
    JlIrcbte..U 5. Bark Jennet t, AUatcr. Nr'i- York l "
    1).t tlh.u hoar them j rntlo one I IJy Schr. Aurclia. Ihnsun. *, to get NWthemers to write in his prai.*. TillS Lunrnont is one of the nvwt perfect remedies ever pffen'd.to. the afflicted. tta action tpftb it*

    L3 tlH jjLJtCt 1-t rc4. ct tl.'>u ee the gli'rii-us pun, 8. Schr. W. R. Pettei New Orleans Tampa His cstablUirnent u ttn tly S iuthem-in the mid"t L< truly wonderfuL Its vulattle, .penetratin. soothing and Lealtcg ptopcrtie.-t diffnadthcmoelve r

    T-e K.fcna B31 m CrFc Philip! l,;!b.T in thejky, ly. P ark R. II. Gamble,, Hammer. New York of the cotton jrr
    As each day ]he jw!>e? by I IJuM F.ri Hi-niM LU.-P, New York. fhow for themselves, and'are warranted to perform in whole nervous nystein to the very eitremitiea of the fingers and toe tiin :
    ar iLit Iir TUilY } l '>ond von ellflf: of snow, Schr. CuliasMit, Toby, tho lx .t nianne-r win h prnj-ty attend*! ti>, or to be eTCti'fle, and thus A ISTS 5ATfRB to throw Mf and rid herself of any.diseased *ction of nrr< tduvclw. ,]

    ml tiUt the evcit Silver rivers Lii htly flw ; Uf'rORT.Ikirk mnjl.j to do rfi at his own cxpen- Gin repairing chords, or ligaments, making it equally applk ble to Sores of any kind Rheumatism, : <

    _1. r.k..tI.a. iSu.ili;.: vtiotle aii'l l'u-ld uic seen, don- at ?h-rt nitIiC. aiid in the be .: i. lLr 1" cf r- iu tube Oiilhi.St.nrk; Pil rL-n.; fla.l.nnn ; C W.tou lTnr- for Gins tlunkfiilly ft-oived. nnd |roinptly attendetl
    :'iaiith d a <'fgretu. frcm a JlaeaseJ action of of tho structural portion ,,f tie sv'tm.>
    1 d a ral: ') JV.ckar.l ; Emily Miiur. Smith ; C. Wuji1, to. He will dclivi-r tb m ot the residtr of the puria -
    , 0 It i'1 It.r6 itil bt1i a nitt :it 1:811g'J JUrl and 1 lvo and l-n-okj and b-jwcr?, m'T ; Peri, Cutter; Fanny. Spirrr.Shr -} crorat his farnx peltiware a few certificate* out WHILE IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS I

    ' .. a 2ik' 11ttfl.&LtU .jj- T.ll us all of wn.al linrs; A ]oleArl.ly; President, Smith.Vy I of the lurru number that could be exhibited if nrccsary. to h.r.lLv fle'h. kirr. or Vme, it Intth prCtwrtT entcriiuj combination, anil Dtssottixo arir* of tlie or*- ta4.

    Jtl; iu iu I.k1"UJ Ihire the birdi are v a\ir.;: lays J. II. WATSON. panic tHJues when they are eUstascd, or their- vitality is destroy n i-'tifiiieoIug thene peculiar powers, u th* ;

    For tie Iwj'j'V; *-jiiiuf; tiiue .ui\s. A Wi-t MAX it isI j
    ewrt.I Z UAI.L Hi\R: AMi Ml I LI. BII Wl- ; reason why
    D'Inui Home brez.s Lihrii uea-\ve nil Muov: ; February 1R, 1352. I EQUALLY EFFICACIOUS'n
    .*p. Itq1r ; prin.r : : iiT" cioulu'w of one Creator-\vl* lne
    tziJ Thi;* i trt tvrtifv that I have in 1iLuitata.nu It scientific and ,
    Iriiin the | upon my different complaiata eels upon principle* -
    rruv L nlCharleston \Vttaiit ruby lip- ofprinvr thi so Many
    placed jlor and
    r4A Fi.rtLn us upon e, Mirrounded us tilth the 1 and Jin
    ; three Cotton (
    Iic Baker Counties
    iTt *
    And lur \aibi> ii4iJ, FIXED; LAWS OF THE CREATOR!
    : j44;'; VthE At ; Ch2xiU mcin to utattii llf-j( and jmsme health, "r restore it ofixty sass each nude bv ('onnel J. H. WatMm, of
    ( : Si. wi v. ill jri\e a stunade. From the hundreds of ctthat arc beiujj ahr.ost daily reported to us from ell part3 of ih* cotnty, Vdtrix
    PrifS.aldvj''t 1r.I Liri-r. when lM, am] ';ivcu iw minds to investigate and ascertain -, Palmyra, vith which I am wvll ple.aed, ant 1 consider
    r LT1 L.sk'! i'i.l.oL} the southern] ky them ncvl to any Gin;l *, made in Gc nra, in every e a few below :
    :c (1 i.iber Ir1 ])tr1 the I1r..Ihrti.-s and (JTv-ct( ujmi our organization ] MORE EVIDENCE
    JJ.in i t''w jof \ny 4]3yt ; re-wt.) I take j leisure in rccomnu nd.ng them to Mount M"ria> Ind. under date of llth October sacs : My child- walked l
    t JIiue cr tvi .. \r tl cf f the vaii"us lIl.ta1ICl5 aiiudum-uts s ithiu nut Wn. Mimes P. M. of youngest
    Tiippii r > i IR Georia and llorida. CoLVat
    m > pLin S.'h-Wettni
    Hiry r
    jiaiit< the .ird for hirur I it Walked into the ashc and when it felt
    into tire that Lid bee-i kindled wa ; sup| of e -
    SS'iJj I: ei'iniu; ba.k uuUjllrieii I na'-h r.nd und.-r our oontn L \ -4in i I- a Souh rn man, Imni and rai-ed in our '
    the hut, fell forward into the fire with its I'Mvl and face, and! wa -
    ------- Courier. \Vit'rtt.erv i Till: MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT iii.W, aui Los 110 Northern inttri't. SHOCKINGLY! BURNED. t

    Of the Mr.' Uifcrr cave tKtivrt.U ii ; it? e\ery f.-ld i-< prepared iiji-ti tl! <>*? ium'.uta'j'eprii.upV'! f naUir* JOSEPH BOND.A I tim jjlpj to ay that by apply imj two bottle* of the Melican Mutang Liniment, it was perfect cured !Iti A '

    ,. i*- And onr iin.'n "f the cl'I'4 efcj'K'a : and b tub time welL Other certific-it I could denJ from here, of Cures i
    -t rJay take su; Iq'.j4Ifl ] -aft r can fully ftudyii., ;* and r\\i\ riimntii. w iIi th.vaiiju .- Oa February 2S. 1852.Thi few days, at you perw-rw t
    r n wv, ,
    > t
    nill li-iii a luirtr nlw.Sjniv ON THEMSELVES AMD ON THEIR HORSES. ,
    u> 'y 1o *"""' I I < lenient* of it.* C > :tion the dilfrni.tdLea ii to certify that I have in
    i'1'-' i p -.mj nji-in ; n-w (in planta-
    A i4' my are of tl.v.ly occurrence here 1 ivill do all iu my power for the ale of the Liniment, as I ESDTT i ito it
    33 they
    i i ha I I'-aid Ill the -HH .- 1 ; i( c nih>:; ln ut f-r j j'v I IMan -< s f'r which it i i-> it('nmciidiL There i is no j; lion in tu- 'Vi'iiity, a ixty: nwI'm.. m.mnf.ictured by iuost excellent for man orb-st." .

    : 1ktj hy Mr. CLLML? u1 Mr. i.nd \V.>iiiaii. irir! and l.iy ; CUe.s "wi'ikr chance hazard al>"ut it. It acts mionfrtii't Col. J. II. WsitM-n.i f Palmyra which I Con-iJer 4jual be EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF WRY NECK .
    ,:. $ bfl null he.r: hr In.sv 1tri- to Gi-n; mr.de in Oeorjioin efv pnrtkui.tr, and I
    rhi-iiiHtd, ph\'ii.l.i ical ami law mil A girt 12 years old. at Mr*. Pierin's boardmar horne in 'leland. Ohio had been nutjeet to FITS
    '. J n" .red m Yt1 hee .- '. che tjw orcnnic excf'.ltil I have hesitation in
    r ( (""> r.r.ipa! ? >in eojliee Coiucs 1 not by inv no ricorntiien.liii atidthehead *
    f.irved. down the
    ..fi4 ojlumn far drawn by
    The spinal 'vai.c.Jnri.IerhlJ iio coo
    t1. t' ) therefore !l..< with ivrf.-et ecrtaintvin Vitractiuu
    U l.urtrd.l.Lj -o.o.-- ran dcjH-ndi-d upon them to iiLjiter' in Soutli-W -feiTi tJe"rsi.i.lli : !
    r. ,
    of the muscles o the IICCK, tl-nt it Te'tv.i iii the nht snonMer. and '
    wn jk !I lY I tr'. Iron Foundry and Machine Shop. curing Khi-umutiMn Pile, l'rui.. .<, Bun. I'lci r. i ..y are man if.wtjred in our mid' t and bv a. l.VRGE LUMPS OK TUMOfvS 4

    '...?b4 Lii ti.. lii? ani bii'jji'i: ZaIit him j' An tMah'.shiiiei.t! <.t!' this I ii.J has }>m% been ni odin Sprain, or Sores of any kind, and for Eore4ir caktdl Southern uia:; ; u r.auve of our own gi! >rif.u* (ier ia. firmed on tl.e slice of !her tied and ui-di her jaw*. Four week au they commenced uein the Mistat
    l.t- tj. > DAVID A. VASOX.Palmyra. '
    Cu.! Miihl'f llnriiia. iiiul the has \b.-- Ijinmctu hrr. In tro weeks the c-utractcd muscles were relaxed, the lump had all disappeared, th* C
    tli''H"iiiJiitv! "f t1.-! author <-f Mw-ity nvtntly >reo.-ts thapjN-d hanil l4t-r' or r-v.rIflN.; Tliet3i Ix-e Ccr.nly. M-ircl, f., ls.;2> 9 tf on

    r 4X *.42 hi givtriiw o me iv.ui more inpi i nth i'. by re.iwn of th.' intro. i ..usuadef llottlci dailv bclLi.jj Ls 1 ITif cuvuja oftlk CQCESMlTllING & BLACKSMITH neck became Btraighleued, and THE HEAD WAS ERECT !

    duct ion of t-v* much ni'ithitn-ry-a fracture in any part M.rL B. of 3L Louis, was nursing a %ntci mirj'icirvnitn- TJ- ,, _",, 0, 5BllEAST .
    bin with ih.! > 4
    in ,
    r' V.ebn-ftv ofh.cl; .mid not l o rip.uii.il shrrt Maeun.. orNI IN GENERAL. INFLAMED AND CAKED HARD.
    i It ." ()Ii' c41.1! t. ANoraru; SciLvrmt \\ i-i'rr. '.Iinj"r'i-t !.i JI-H- of the Mil-tuns? LinimeM Iwaletl the nipple, reiH>vtd tlie butr'Irei l 4 and ind.irfltn.lJioil
    I.. \vit41.I ktb. Orlcari; *. anti tit the it .t f a north", TTfflc'ZEBSONTr A few app1icitvns
    : ;1 :. .u i-'on-1', j'j.r;,-s..-Dr. J. S I Jlor litouV IVji-in. '1 lie True Di- I. ( her bra and she had no fia-thi r trouble with ir. Numerous cous of th:* deacriptiou have Come t*
    1'ris. ('ii. J !ti and the <-xi"iise of tr.Lnsp.ttil.1.: This s :( iit..rinthe citiz'-n of ann I IMrs.
    !;<. ti\c II IUM. <ni l a81t. ..
    i :.. V1 U1LI' '.nio'-t a fatal b'ir: to the fin]>lo\nu :.t of nahii.ii v ; <>r the l'oi'rh St..iiia.-li >f f ihiK.} aft'T ilin-c- ;d' i-- *' JAOI: s.nd nei hl,oiinr (.Vmtietluit In* our knowledge, ND I IS ALWAS FFEAL .

    %..::1 r* tlIU .. ri.t1 tii .n. fur nny purj4. M.'. It is now, lio 4'\er, rei-.vnol! bv the ti.in t* 4 il" I'.iroti I LieU..z. thr zrrejil I Pliohrical 1 Chi-m I hn: piirfhi-H-d) the c.t.ibli.lirn} l.itely ovne.l Hashes of St. Iyuiliad a v.ry"evfre attack of Inflammatory Khetircati-m in tPT aiioutder. arms,

    :/"n.: J H--! had: ." .*'' iI 1'''" 1.NToF4i t.. 1" ii.ti...i iu'-tii-i 4it'nn Iron I IViunilt'-I l M.-u-l: ine Shop. ( i-t, I bv J. x H.uurhtm.I M. !>? Phil.i I h-.jihut.! Tin. itrulv by Mr. J. I* r.KONhu.on Adam* street n.-ar Dan-on awl la-k. After oufTerlti" the niu>t cruciatn'4' pan< f,'r some ten days, without oblaujL-j any relief
    : v: 2 .J r :. a wondeifi:! reifi4ilfor I I Iii.i'.ri-! >-tioi.I I Dy
    < Ia' '* S '>J" 'lIUt 1-JO;* Vftlj* J"'Ur"Lis b.MesNif.. Ce,oi.uv .V P.ciur.ns, Ute of Columbus, Jaimdii*'. LIT CoiMjil.in.t. ".' iii-tijti'ioii ainl I-lht-, of the 1.4>ve ehanirttr! in the vi-rv be"-t T'lar-ner! :
    ;.: : J ti.'r.i.;: I curi'i.T nftr nntui't'- 4i\\n iri-'lmi. bv iia'up''. own -oiiJ.ten.i! -, and vtth purrctuality iIIlL l il I-patdL| SALT RHEUM.

    :r Cu.-' ',Lxiie Jis \Vc aiejratifioJ to that the estibV ,hmert i n::. !It the ( t-tri. .1 tii'; I alti .hlts. -i- I Ho cl.iiiiK to inl.: r-tar.b his bu.ine tlrin.ujhly, and
    ay ;, 4-iuiio4-\idenr; ; of it \ ihufurni.hid to l,,j I mth nb'.t* siiiil ; ill.Ei4 to give .iti-faciu.n; to all Mr Anna M. Ttcrr, trifi of .T-hn Pierep. PIuir.l. r>n Market street, had t*>rn afnict&l f.T many year*
    1'1 it *'*Bit<* 01-r.n.Wr va* rt'i\\ in 4>JKration; with a f.r pr.-eu j of d<.iij n ood tIA II 't.C CLII''U,.' : by ngent. gra- who ni-iv ririi-h turn with work. I'articuLur uttention with thf< troublesome and ob-tinate afettioii.; Tli" disease was cont-ned, principally, to her Limb, which) 11 1114AJtig

    ..Hi:. t l 8ttl P. fr husm-vs. 'ihe n-eon-l eif-tins t. c I.ltCe l.t Saturday WIll IK' p.iid toI I would iM-cr-me very much infi.inied ai.d swollen producing almost intolerable itching and bnrning. After A

    F 4Ju I 8tiZ'i. t $ ,.4C h. .. iiirht, :ind puM'.c inuri-fct ii: the tabrshneiittrrnicut I Tallahassee frame, Sash, Door and Shatter I II)1L-.1( i:>HOiiNTr AND FARRIERY, I few dav*, thu trvsipeUuous imtiition would subsi Jevhcu the skia would peal off in dry frrale and at every

    : kt f J i Ifl T 811 1 I j in xil.icli )hc> ha. ls'I l iiiU4.-h tacpcrieiicf : a'id j crson* JlR=t
    ; % .s auti.t .1 by ili. we Factory.
    '' lt flitt 1.l.tti r. j 4>'vt.i): 8tFfll' i-Il'i'e feet ha e b"4 n in/jred; by : AND FRinHTFUL CRACKS
    _81. ..1h. :til. Pa t1ti.'n ": numUer .1{ our c.li/eii. a "o-l nr.ny 4.f j can h-s or bu'i'/ii'i: .. Sin.iii. or wl:ki! nuy require wotiit pcnetratc neatly to tlue b'ne' &xten'1iiii hn'.f way ri(1fl I the 1iner and entirely aetoti the palrn el'

    : ,,'_ tki H4.14 r.bv. vhi.i haw iroa iu u htate e>l li-jutJu-'tj''ii for the lirsttime. I. W. BUWEJ, nietty ii the mailing: and adj'jstmrnt! <>f their h-Loe-. the hand'. In eon.ei1i1eusCi. nC this iIrciiu an'l ciu'tractni' of t1i rnu.le', the hanik were iiearlv closed, and

    .. j : a..tidJ. t.1..I t. i..I 4i I.L I. Practical; ) 'lJ. r tnul .U.7/i"/"./rrT f lakral nriinvit.il U> ?I ue !.Lu: a trill. Tin-re i inn branch '.f the euth of the tiiger! drawn towar.! tIi' cer.tr of the l1i1i tlii awful condition,
    fvf !'ir-t lti EI1E SUFFIllf: ) port y : : ,
    uit + i tinb.i.jtn- ritj-urin :t more' cnrtf'il or pructicrdh.iiid
    ; .,: ai Ur? 4 .a The Stoj' j pr< vi.lfj w.ih; n Swam I.i2mi a lif-nv\ ==-=-==-- --- : : th.iii; the !h-iiiti_ of llor
    , ::3 4 iJ :,u4bI i i&4 I}.ti tl1. .rJ' tii liI I..iiit.. :iuI U ; .' .., 1r et.iiaul I Groceries, &..c.i to a.--ure the public tlut it tluill It will d->iw at his 1 I was: brou-ht; into the lwu'e by a youi.j man wh..> wa* u-in- for

    : ; t' L. r ( "Il. ii&i .: 4)f iv.r t beI f' .In i A PAIN IN HIt> BACK.
    : i. iy
    . L .s 4 1 1i w: 1: is a m.itt. r of common nnu irrni ral ii: rt th.it th.- i NJ Ti'ST laji-received, ptrVm.. Crlt; :.-<:i, funa New Or- ; p.Fbrury 2-1. 1 ."2. 8 1 aid 'a' ri' much insneSttcJ by it that he reijieted her to try it on her hands ; eie did eo, and t ly the ue ofl

    ,., L ... .,i. wii l 'X'U"| '* (1 .,t hi., ut.1Ie.l tul w.tun..t ui .ult : !.' cn-ks Mid-rinr, anl Sh-mlJt-r-s I li:: )" llii. ch.UI. P i< iiitend in apf'y ftTiy! to the few b"ttll"tf
    .. Mauau.a. an t" tlw ; >. t''ir- s-HE PERFECTLY CURED !
    ,.si NiviV r > -juy hulk Irk10 : Rt..uK-iii'tliin!; and Coach-niitJiin! bii-iii*-1 I
    "_: ai;i in. W'J rt kv *' 1 "!?' l*$ eui'I"ll1i I that II v .11 W. : ti< roi u.ri r4-lIriI, l ainl PJ.nn ir.im ; ri.i MiKrr Uin?, hi-nli-fi-re.. ini.li-rthe excla-i\e The fii 'itfnl crack* have cioc.l, the ruugluie.-! and cscoriatioa of the kLa La 2ppeared, end her finders
    I-I 1iri 1, ,.G,491, :lL iuLJflt. t contn-I and maiu.i'en.c'it of Mr. J. L. Uroner. ,
    Th: 4 Jlico.: i and tia:1 are now a
    i jsxIB\ lu'r; '!*> ll T. NiM l;.:.' th" S nt >rV pniiw LT.N. pLIALF., AXD SOFT AS AN INFANTS.
    \ tUf'u ln- hid ; The Indiau Delegation. ] 5fi lutn1r.itnih and S :j Fivur, -- Ixw Coii'iuUsiotier's Court state tliat tww weeka aro, as he Xvaa dross*
    ,: r'Ji T' liu w.i-i, > a v jH't.wUad '; h'liT-hfjtil* ntnS'i ; | J II r-'VTla-M. Con L-xMc of the *
    ','".- c Miunitteii an; iiult: \i.uld V V I'l.rn tl.-t) tlie > !.iii '! ikl-v-ti"*! fr"m Ar- .' j >'ar, I ILG.FARRELL' h-s'u bridg ou h.rseback, near Fltr'it_ the 4
    Ji.t LarI
    T U.-H <'uM %t< I 4'l'it. aiTAa al1 th> <'!f.-U'U. kai>.;-> J I. ft Sira >"tf T C'IJo' )!'lt<''.<-.' on 1h.- i7h.? -' i (1 r.NrjN'l" Ar.ibun Liniment, i- a rn"ct ecjra'r- lThTDuiF.rrnrE 1)OwN

    -' ...uri" li'' i Mi Jliii.n ivjiat Li ui *. und 1 r-'U.l ]\ : jri\t-d at th.- lattir )J.l.ie4- -u the I-t l3kt.a | VJT dnijry mrilici'ie, the I truth I nthich \i' |-liCi-il and pr.ciT4tatC'l lineif and b'r-C t. the lttom ime tiurteen feet III .li
    ( t' : .. :_'!it" 1*. If ?et nied1 i 1.L 1.\ i.i-l.iiit. jYoiu MinMice tlii-y Viieto jir-4C vditiirc, 1kwe b.Ie bxij othinvlbadly! bruised by tiej.ijL He was
    ? b.itrtI. Me1''tk
    ,y i int'ir.4" n.-ti'i.T: ; i 'tf'2tI." la-t tut u- l 1\ %' ts i. :i. ii. The l.r! .''- I lii. hnt :!.. pni.J '- I tin- iun>' iun> Leiiis daily peri.ntrieu bv it, which 1.rtLt home iu a -I plight, ant --t1rr.'fl w rutted ti' rcluce tin
    _. i.. in Jtr J 'riiiui'-u < i Cin-u-t scid whi hhi\4-b.-i tnai j.\ tint slu'yVoill.1 IK-JI;;! In iiif \ io'i.y h'l'! rr.i-ted all other meJ.rir.e ar.d the ; rirrrr ANt) 1)ISLOti.tTIONS.
    L Ji_ I IniuyVbi' {ill iii| tli 1)1-Nt i >hciur." in I -worlJ.. It '. cri'i-1 I succeeileu.v.ith fr.eh ant that hdwis
    5fl H. k' itj 1a'h! ll.. tiun. | ctl tit iri-ilcnt! inrliratn.itiou .
    ,, r, l.\ 11 | |l' ]it> ii won a- iljiy ttir n 'un-p. TK? wa rninl".I anti i'rni' pain sony
    j-_ ,1 JvoIt: ( 'S" '! S I4 iitoral olil'jjajj i;, it, \\ :'4-- t* li"W y'lini!: :i p-iin-iji.d, 4-J.K-f (.J i I li, iriti: < n. ,.11| J :: \' o-i-d id 1, ia14.; extracts and, gums peculiar! toJ i r.irlv Jej. Heav no lai'gi'aje can describe what he suffered for four daj3> whuli

    ,,.-.' I K'lit.I i' i iJu.! 1.i > ivlip'iUwTi '!* .}'rI''n. :uj a t-i-t.-r 4 I f Hilly J5oL,-t's, aj* :IIH-TI i l.i1 l. c-: I ,,1It.s J :\1.i'.iI.l-i4O.; -' : f.itr ]> }.-i'i: -, "J'J..y jtre o-it.fiilvii4 4if bi j jj UM'C t-i ll! 'hi'1.l'i !' sack* Tii-i OoiF.-, ; I li.ur .tiir.uhti'.i!i ; LZ, -\nodjtie, |'t-i itijiir ir. u'iC'Uun. I IN FIFTEEN xittTIS
    C Jr'- r.; )U'scLi'iiii'-. | ar d rexul-ixi- j |'*-.I it., attd t th l ,* *iiuiie which, afltitstt -. liad Ct-a-'ed and the renc's was gDr.anil he ha suffered no
    h.- : 'ni- nj, 2 im ] f't. ; :\ P"\\lf j ] &: I. ix \<- iin2"l Tti'rr.jrlKliY Tsyrf.: ii,.' t Iii hf Ii, It-e, t, i h
    ' ,g.iu.'t'! ;u..' I qtLiIc.1t jn. r.' .1 zIIHr will jiVil .-1' H n- !.(>_'* thtit hi. .J.tii-. y by )it'4 i Uiin incouxcnie-nce"" ?, only wlun tin arm I b violently mo cJ, as the ttucs are not yet perfectly united.
    : ; : i: UOWLK Autuvatr & nrn inu.i'-uii-iis 5tlCS, iti CUR jng the distares U 1 1tiOlti .
    tI, ; soai; I ILl! I Iniv1r''d to lim: :.n-j ihitt li'rily i P1 h8it -
    ' Mar jT :. tn i.izih. i .. .. Chii f \-. i.iii afci tit .-y jtrrixi' in tl*.> ,
    tTucuV: I-- .! i.' TJ;>t .i ce"b iu ji iilv i.. \\.<>t. It j. Up ll 4 i tIt>i i'i! > iiiti-r villliaXCeoIiM Extra Cotton Osuabnr i: mir*, rrJilrh s\ould D.-r St-flUt letter came ti>hand tiii afternoon, ftn J I hasten to reply to sour ir-quiry re p vtini; thd

    4.V1' It 4.t !V f. w ii j, riil'4'! Iti.1 j"C
    ::: iui b112 I i:: ih. ..p..4t t1. livvr.1 i iI C'ap*..ltuM ..\v h i" c-iji<> 4]. wn with a enxal1 pirlyto F nOM Ill' 11-rard Fa' orv. Clain u.., Oa, n pcnliil 1 Ii. G. I'.RIELI.'S AKAHIAN LINIMENT; ii.e for a time. The Hal-am Copjux-i, wa* thelwst until I commenced u$ipjr the M.Lstang Liniment prepare.!

    vv* I'V Mr ii i.XR. rnd !h. fs wi I thiieSN ) 4'n.e tl.; "..utI. r." iii'i tlii' j.-i'.i"i !*, <>rI'- <>np- < .u'! !i.., 1 f-r alont iiiai1 r.i.-tur.. r- jT--4 :t M 1 Far Ltytn.l any timiiur rtuinly. ncrnrdi" tn the direct.-' on ti! .* eneojes! around the Liniment bottles. I did not u&u ruijre .tkau OXil1OlJUTli
    About uarai.d a li1t ajo, a welu)4! appealed
    .,iLbe )hii:, | rf-ii. taii tl at.M\ (Mr. iLt4lo4We t:2.: .he-n. It i. i4 l.s i'i'. iiti-.n fi ro i-ito, the na- '-\jn-n- -.*. (Ju itry tr.iii--is s ro } utnul.iriv tl.reI l toII a increa..nin 'iz.-! OF A BUTILI: hi-i.ire I wa-cnreiK
    a.:' i xati.inc\ > i ire K-H Itii, iJ.r.'iid f.>r .U. in njtvileV ftcniach, pradoally ALMOST 11EDtATE RELIEF.
    '>- TI]it' : iflnid &h.- -r..1 i bv tnnvhi I tuiiith his jiartx. JJ'ifrw//; >f -M-trch I.Tn cuj; ; lh. 11' U.V E ME
    ,. v1.1 i : Lii; kbv.rv: 1r.i"ry- .V-Y. Port, MjK-hl:;, 1-J-J. I'> P>. LADD)! until it becarne a large anix ri-l, and to 51re the 'iife ha.* also been troubled with the nnip complaint and bv the ?arue remedy she i is
    Mlhoiil "
    ci.uld not Uar t the lea.iire upon \ My
    AUAIR, A trasii t'I'-r irrrl: ENTIRELY CURE
    r.e 'n
    i .tc
    : iJiit ,4iJ *-i MM i. T'lif.at"i'K''it l v8 i.t- ihe adticec.lutir
    . at-' iil na* iri--iiJ'i'* t.$ hitii. Inhitil .j.pi.'Ir : *. :id.I 'v -\4-.i'i:. L.-', at th* ]>laiit.ri 4i of fL .lo'...nI Carriage-making Painting, &.c. ti\in b''I; Oociois htr extreme and pain.differed 1 cet in oiin'u about 1 harp n' 1 i-'itatii-m in 'nTinsr that it i i-* tin U t iu dk-ine TOR TIlE PILES < x-pr pot up. 1 sav lo ah?
    t they
    \m\t< W' r ;rf'id >]iliiTi.l that i.' rv I In wr.I, in iIi oiu..u. CcL I I P.. r>-4:4i\4..1 njf. nnali i .e22 rI'1IE mi lor-.c-r.cd have j.rcha--d! it ; -'-ii.e *jiil it,X\B an Ague Cake or Enlargeneiit; I i irf thin afnic ed'l.obK. NO FlTKTHKIt: FOIL UELIW, obtain one oott'.e of the ilu tanj IJnnncnt, frepared
    litt .1 .. (1t1t .1 ih..i Jvx i n.-jrroi 4.f iUould %i'it IKIH _J_ fr'u l' ri'x-i l'a\nt the Cured I YOUH, ic. 1L L. IUPLEY.
    f : : TI..i !4 IIVV I ruiiMay -% < t-lic.p| tl le: :-.t' c-a ; >..f'UilI I ll.al I i it t wa-< an llr.J..r: er.icat, nl. as ulM e ttated, and be. at ottce
    b- Ri 1T'f1s4V Me. Hi" that j.otr lioi-.s .h.-it -\ c.iIr.: ui Ji.-! 1n.144] a jiarty, '>oi-5.'h i.-d \ him mul
    LT.'II i Tr. lately n-ftij >r arc now the I JVal :.-. ; anil l other. lid it \vi a Tun.nr vf ihej
    -. t'ili .d'l.r', tr.'*- Setntf'h->ni h<- < t Hi'ii"1! HI!!*, an I a s.ni in lav. a'( IicuMni: il'i.uf. HORSES ANT OTHER ANIMALS.
    tb. h Mr.'iliiCTr 1rtVLii .. 1 1 ti! '"ii. Ju this otf..it 'n< oflh -tal ii the Mii'ti Iieinient, in s-edt an cnr of sin
    4. : 4"pp \irur it. pursue n.-r <"H.il rn any 'ti.-r! <' htnnt! th' r-ty.: Mr. I In I I-i' eritical sit'iation. 1 \\ ap.-r 'nule-J iii ere ii nothin cn be copreJ t iiaJ
    : an.j uH t'rt.it .'. t-ry nuin *.t f (ouui* HM- ,' LI'> jiuruiitiam
    tTirt'j' sw.,- ',,: -, \1. i as a. clrre: a uiii'l )<"j 1 1 u iu"-t -4-rioUs i.uu u.r. bv 4-ne t'f the ruuu- f ,.ul.r-. 1eI 1 -j ri lie as it may appear. n;>on I the third application I ir ai' ether .i'uniL stji1iei, er u8uLttiraI euflarnIetft (if l.ne or iule_ A livc stable kee1r ollii4

    - *;:i i... r i: i.; ;.!il.! wjiijtin4: ] IU ila.t. itud hi" r< c-iv.ry i 1' 4l..t.lif.J. I jiairii' of n .'ry d-! '> : d"tii-l at 'li..rt j otio". Al.an -l.e bi'j.m to impiove, a-iJ his continutd zellin:; city ),;.4 match liire that Ie ,rzcd rtrv liliIvthit, hail a Iargr ruIt-l'oIle o both IegI The horse

    i UTI: t -4' ... .; ,j, ..iinaJ rt ho oi, ;11 !if't'i Ti.e "'J 4-r ii4'2T.> 4 if tit- pui-u.n; ? paitv. .lohn. on aji- 'f jntr n'i.: : i r.- -|>ectfu'lv Miliutcd! ftom ih<* | h.-tti r Jaih ur.lil new she is m will as tvti en vi.., c< iniuUt.lv c'-reil' and his liisbft l perf/dlV.mooh bv the UM c>f this Liniment:

    "" .: i'i i : tifjnjlj.i? la\\and ji'l.tafIn 1'r-'a1iii; I JMf.t-t, v..> -lnl.1''ti-l I bv.hinj t<> th* }heait (I[ ;j. :li'r.' Tii"liav..- on I.i'I a -j.n hd u-M.rtii-:.: of jni ing ( ( ttent h.alih.1'iuii 1 TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.

    ' : tv'' ih it.1] ," (.w .l : '.iri.m". IMI 1 j-ti.V "ki.U-d. Hie iu ili\i t.iade inolher uti Timber, -uch a? f-puke- \ atid lrk< rv. March 5, Is U. D. M'CONNELL. Even store should tic Mipplieil with this valuable Liniment a* it pays a good pmt anti sell rapully.

    n '. T.:, i., ,: n 11 it the) |vri.i-ij.i: s jji 1 ni'.1* i 1 tirpt, ii Jj- e.nir upitill"1 life of 4.114* 4f(J<,J. lrovardV <;. wItAIIFrrT.: ) Ak for the MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, A. G BRAG t Co, sole Proprietors, and buy nona

    '. .< i.ii. -ii.. v.i i.-tr.tit'-r-1 > 'J. < 'istlifTt. -' t-'If'. 1 but v it hurt 4 irert. He fin: II v was f-li- .011.V IXCSTd.V.; [ Robert Hiu!.. F.ctrr.urr, ??j g : ] other, and joa will not t-c liiipiicted.'

    i <:- ,, u.i uttth(,M' \S I U4kt.UU- r.'J-i,1,1I, and -while er-nn-liin d.iwn. witlj th'' 4lravn X. P.. TliC P.l.-u-k'iniih Sij, of Mr. PA YNT. i i' imlv CFRHIOXV.V, PA jVjrch 27, 1SJO. F..i uale by LEWIS' & AMES.rrcb

    t.: .. '.11i1St' : In.ifa: hi*, hand, *' .1.! 3>. J prrn hn'i :.'id ih- 'hard n adjoiiKii': tlulrtlhliiiunt.: :tu'l l all \\ork One \vorrian l.j. used jour Lmitiif-nt x\ith treat '. 1C, 1S52. i"J" Wholesale and Retail Ajrer.ta for Florida. It

    :..?(T .> a 'ri .jM.i, The < i. 1'i d"1ni.4' y 'ri1If )Iliad'vitb) ; i-hot at i-- ]HIHwliich\ ; l kill-.1 I l.nn iu- ].a-MMir; 1liniu'h thfir Jiar-l ti ill: have tin- adianta.of .**- -1eces. She had los-t ll.euse
    .- a .. '- ihSi'iiu'e! by **-. F,',TI. ti.illTh: .- x. nlli-t i'f a 'pci.-/. jury h< Id o'l >i.nd.'iv hiklll.. A*, a MiMih. Mr. I P. i i- v < II kiio-\n m thofi % rar. fte rord biinc rontrarl ri .
    ', ._.. :. t4.i UI) :itii.. c : ni niinj wa$ Ji a<"-'>idaii-'v vi'hlh'! < f.n1and -etlI. of ctut rv. JI"I I haw iiiialt| > and I ho MMMarih xvc re bent aRiarh \x hile
    I ilwTh J -U..1! jj p.ili'J Jl v>jikjiAti..n- and lie eouhl HAS. Mr. .1. C;. (;unI.' TT7E.' the nnder.fsjni'd, fire m.ikiri preparation
    i -JeL QtIt tl1.' : ;'- 3Tqrrl, 11.Horr tilt b.-nd tl.irn jut t the leat ; but hx t llie tie i1 I 11. (;. t* and will shortly K> prepared tie nuke a tn frlnr -

    Mr.C .f G4rI. i (. ;MP4 : r j KarrH'< Arabun Linnnent l.e. i is now a!>h- to xxalkith January 17, lS. ? 0rtlc! f ijtto't 6Vn*. Al >f to repair all Gins f
    the South Jogs OnA I haxe #ent to ii", at thr? slit rte.t notice.
    "traisht hmb. loutia ii|
    ; ti4 -. 1 14.i*- i'-- t'W n :r"iT! I J'lt \vArrsc A NAVIGATION ('OMI'XV'irvyc.l \ t-atp, a'u.I! faa Notice.
    . .. .;.4 1,. i t'I' '-hll lht M IJJion I'll >j plaii1.T ifi Mi -j' Ii. v hi has: no iToitof : )lnrr'r mITE i ittid that a most excelh! remedy for l.i re lle.h ; al.-o, |vre' and h- 'i. ard .iu entitled We warrant all work done at our iruir.u factory t.4iIK
    ) %iiij re honeyed ofthe. creditors ;. t ri'H-luti'it-1 .. \\iiu--i *} Iitor of Dili |j.rtsi.Ii ll.i.xl.ich un eMtri.al rtu: .dy. ALL in manner, and to give rtAtL-ttetioiu I '
    f .
    4t te, t >
    ; t. r2In r' 4 1 p.-ijM-r I < < i-rx : le.jums 4.f thetae of Lawrence J.Lt.f .
    l lt
    . Ilivi re jiiiriii itujiroteiwiit. mid nnmin ili'i'4Tli i-! di-tribution) out \\"e do not intend to lie excelled in the
    '' of I tab ,vV l ljew l IonJ'it'T i'i n-ir-ird tL workmanship
    - u t i.- I pHopl<- an auh"iiI s I a : lo <: true ma of Ga.Ii'k-n C. in the Sr.t4of -
    1 IK- utile -and e1I-e1lils bite
    JM cd.
    to [ dec -'inry
    ono u-ei l y.-i.-r.l:
    ; :: the f Girl .
    . -wt ] Ill, .u i i., jv. ... loiivu of the luted Stut< i i .klv wii} i.i: uldidft: tin* f.iiutli.} Motive an xtnu'twho'll > ; The Opinion rfc.il Oft!. Kxpcritnctd and Sc&iiFarritr. notified to their claim."r nor quality i> our ?
    lioarins haeutlu : its cirr< s ir'-utlu and few ; so I Hori.i! are hen by pn-Mjut We an 1-HMted eleven niiks J orth- ast ci? TalTahavcc.
    :. ,;. Tj-t ii..r| |, tiut di-p.tt .h ffiin FraiievMia ] unf"rtu! t4.y! hue juore truth tiu&n j A.trym tifc | ub cril witlii-i twi. from -
    that tw or three jMiitit-s nnly rti.l to lie n moved the j demand- the !> >4-r years Centrevilte the road
    June near ,
    A: e.lj.W IJ-H N hue it Wt Ai>t.TON, IOX.-A, 20, iso: j on leading from
    iu.ii F' Afoi uos &n- :
    bed of the ItmrtolKobeived) and thr -. Imt row thiiLitc, or the sauce viU be lmrre by the provisions Tallahassee to Tht niasville \vhere
    both ,
    '-'a vaiuaily .t'Jtu-l- t-it ; *!. this] G.i.t fl.z Let tl.4* coilou f--r thn-o 1are From the i-pceoy and permanent cures, on iniwU ainl we respectfully
    to *
    . plan1! T year < lyds nfnM'k-1, aj'jmruillv di-Unl.ed and eo.-iv! re- xxhich xrur Arabian Liniment i is of the sthtute. Iii such Milicit the patronagsof the Plantcra in Florida and
    i :.! tvTo v ill pi oliuhly ]i-jl j .t thvtc ruThcTights nuke tli"ir .wu e..ni, jmrk ln-4-f luuit-'ii r.nd wool, tiKAt-d, tu j a llarciU'. )It Ldievcd lho<* r<>cky | man pc-iforinirjr and, bea, 'I t,to rot hesitate lo jtonounce it the U. LI NIX AdmV.Oadsdeu the Southern portion of G H.nra.D. .

    :iud thi-v will Me n-tV':; ut u itai.i ptuiof 12 (erit, olriructiinMere the original iicra 'ion i.fall lmimnK \-- .' ;. Gieat J'.emedyof the An-." I have prcticcd drc- O, Fa, February 21, If Oi. 7 U IL it j. B. SLATON.
    atid iu g..i"I! e.>rni"UMfull} bin.; : fine p:.>tiu"ithrift. -, i-l.nd'! .and made land' vhichnn\v choke
    I up 'Iorii s lor Ihese l txxenly! xi-ars. add l.axe I ii tied .January. 155?. 2 6m
    for Farmers.Li nr"1 LI.i i 114 W iudii-iitive of jH-iity. Iu Iku .f tt.iinu CARRIAGTREPOSlTORY
    : &
    I jin ; theViiciwi., and when Ice! removed the hnnien-e xaiiou iiniiaents, ointiattit', i.r., so much ,
    all lie *
    the Itor.ie: C-iuri.-r make? tho fl- wVjfli. what
    bio an J tinn-ly fug-'i-'tions( tollwf i D-d) ji"U "-4- any jilt* 12 I.s3 l<.ir ''iii.! w\i n-d witJif of Mnull ..tr.tti-, M', kin:.; in width \ihfit it II.t-I-3 ln Farn-UV Arabian Liniment -.cctdii! any that 1 cxtrmtsdeiie Tuiia1Ila.f 17iflhf4.N'd Ork PLOWS, Nn. 60. 15 Plows, A No 1 polthed.1i
    ir ft-4-t iHiiirdnf Any iliier t-ljick* with the Mi.-i-i- will facilitate ridilanco f und OV7 I> do. do. 10 do. do.
    jTiJiutaid their ct.iiier- depth, \a-tly t> ru s of. I'y i its u'e, I have cured Sxxveny ar.d 10j 2 do.
    beg Vi c to 1 Kiiii i nud f A pi'ture forHlv. without jfra*. ir ,nud, vhuh inuit IM remove 1. It irequind that j ; afUr they had been pronounced incurable ? H E anbscrilior*ha vc received a 1nnj lodrx. lo. ll| S dot. Cotton Sweeps,

    1'J.V. i%81. r t 1 .Sl.in; with) Ili4 mhalf: f.1 f oa<-h) iItl.uiit hw stream from NeilV Point to the (:looM- 1'a-ture, ) and long 1 hate ruren more man miy nurses itiipa I supply of CAI.HIAGES. BUnrrvt (;- C Grass Scythe*. 6 Cradle Scythes,

    is Kav-n 'T the car, It M $aal f-r | Vim il] ? F'e-weuis if the raiiR had falLn fioin almve.juid (Jute 'oile Biid sexen-euhis he i1 extuva'ed a* to fur- j with Liniment, cr.ibracing exery shade \-r: AND HARNESS, which they Pi'Jw Points anti Pixels to suit all the above Ploxrt.Ja.t .

    rr. ij far.ners V. hy mt thv! irpUt.i'.J Imjiju-ncd t-i Ji ilit njun; 4-a< h ilhir ? Jh-n, riding i-L a frtream 3 fi-et tli-i-j and 3 fc-ct wide, through-j of< il tease in l fOlfl your scratches and hrui'cs up lo Spaxin, olfcr for alu on tho most ren.er- received and for sale hv
    f wru-n.i tU .ftfieir lauds f.-r witliiojHbiidlcniin* It Unit.* i* not v hat I am.wlwtlMr S4inifi..hing to purchase any tif the above articles, 17 Is52. S HEiR
    vpuran n < aLw ut. All jH-rMim ni'.lil.ij: : to contraet f >r a Murk of King-lJone and Scie% I can aho hear testimony January crt.j> f Jat4i0 OJt ?, 4
    '-"jiLt Iskt t*o jranviOi li.r.> and U.tre an exrJ tnir) faW- Hi: the njji of il-c jip-jihet and bad pr..fw'f-aIi* will IK n-ceiveil by the mb-fiilw-r) until the I fim-d nearly all lat xvintcr jo my room wilh Hlieiimatiini IVcemU-r 13. 1S51. 49 tf Lost or Stolen,

    J" bttj LKiJvouj>roii"tiousto ihu growth ; e"uu'c.ih'rfpiJ: (" 3u1> of April. I'rojuMd'i fir this voik will opened; and could gel no!him: to help me, until I FINE pocket edition of the BIBLhan&eothaW

    woxw ijn, pjrjutr'y: 4./ ih-J twu f'nw, and j jk a t Wurii-, (Vew win's Store) m .Saturday: at 12 o'i i commenced t the use ol soUr Lnn'rrrnt, which entirely Received this Morning, A bound with the name of the subscriber writterton
    ) ni ht Hov.Kns'uth. .
    WI nb.anJdf 'Lt.t Iir ii-t HW t rt-L.f l"u JIIuir4lay ; April .l. and i-hou'd\ d.iect thus : 1'ro- cured me. WAI. II. CHIMES. 5 1IIiLS. WATER CRACKERS. the first blank! leaC. regard of two dollar will
    autry ouUbvoJal f-n-U-tc of ) jnd ll'ur 4 if Inn MII', J'liul Hiijiiik, O>1 GmintH'thhn. :5 do. P ittcr (10.do. .
    a a tomjK.rahm x>*iJs for CXintract- the Wuciwa lliver. be given for iu return. S. S. K&IG1IT.
    [: #. A. a j it, h will require the es. rtUf the P. A. Nayy. il, :hua'Ki. v. .
    tc 1. 811 ?ICTfll1l fir U-js <.f tl.4- Ciucii Uili J/oili- Tree M.II 'IIL nnd taken the A\acJ9 aijd Ocilla Xuvigatiou Ca e1I.i Arabian JJnimtnt. S Firkins Butter for Family tuc, .

    t* a.x V t :L(;k the ]iio\i.I in
    : t'ut wjj tb new ijje L< laId 1-y orv t'r 'I..AjL.i, will \\m eoiifi-rri> i irig evening. It wa* nn imjKiri f.irj.iinn SIX
    v v \t t.4.r.Ilflny ..n.l, could Rtt never get relief except by blredir.- ; 20 } Boxes UaWns, df htnit no* on the estate of James M
    l *3 veitare tV .-rll.m that within tie .u ineiiior. ljlc i-jvieU in the anniU 4>f the lirothi-rh f 11- C. F arrell' Arabian Liiiiment, 5 IkL.keU Ileidsick Champagne, ... .
    n> ( re- B. M. PEARSON, but bx the use < Kt nr\, Io< o. lt Or ..li.l. OvM>tj -will n ..it U
    <,f the Queen City 4if the Vtt and of Ohio.-Ciit.Atfa the temples about ll.rce or lour times 10 Sacks Java Coffee, and
    t1tait, tI're ie-.r Wat applied over couiile voucher to the Honorable Judge of Pro*
    4 ** uuir'T al f ;U|. ;,t ti' Southf the aty *. ATTOHNSV AY a clay! it xvastntirelv remixed ai.d I have fell no 10 do. Rio do. bate for Gadsden County, and ask to be di chnrneiltherefrom.

    uisn tn! ; nj,; Tx5vi,4- -.l la-t vear, nor u nKiejp Hr. Fillmore and Gen. Scott. removed to Tack.on-ii1e, Florida, nnd will il.ing of il sin:?. I \xcnl into the stablione nigM 5 F.HK Drown Suirar, (Porto Fko,) ALEXANDER E. GREGOKY.
    t.f1etIt Cjjf'ii; 4.111* iJUijrm ;tnd l <;uill pota'o- practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuit*, to apply it In a horve'n sore IPS, and beinu very lt>u 3 15 loxcui MaccJininl, February 7,1852. 5 6m
    The Cfii it-rjiiiiideiit 4.f the Baltimore A njus, at VTaaLin he Cort of the Stale and in the United leas, crushing ar '
    tJ- ?* % *<* if Ji'it f.-r their owi.er na Supri-me hestimMe.l and Ml against my 10 do. Candles,
    'YtUi11LT4.1tt..r:. < 114-areut out <-f ;ton, writes as fnll4Ai under late date: Suite- District Court for the Northern IJiatrict of bruziag them so batllx teat they turned a hlatkn it. 20) do. Son1.ilbis. Dissolution

    4: ti, 1J.11F4.lve.; ; .; ''r IIflut 41 1 ti4iti4x! that: tinWjijj policy! of running a ranui4L't4 Fl 'riila. > hat, ritiilerin.5 them pc\x>.rlcss. I applied xom 8 Lamp Oil, tie,&c., A c. partncrsliip heretotrn exiatmir terwcch Solo*

    ". RItI tl'i! 4-a'K: 1 the m ire tin dy n'nl tt.r- for the JWidetiOy. without"jile.lpi'j ), ainl withwuln March C, 1852. 0 8t Liniment, anil xxa* well enongh in a few d8 lo go And for sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. THE Levi arid Lyon Wolf nader the name of

    'W'mr,3 .f rralaalt-tannti'in. Kjh.u h. h"WiiJ 44fhiratioa] <>f priueijiles i-< ii-. nlx'd to riv.Sewr'I. -- aboil again as usual. 1 also crushed my finger in a January 8. 1862. 52 Levi and Wolf is this dar dissolved bv mutual conk ..Jiisent.

    ;-e banileN jmd f' M il.f ,' \ininlr I This i' an rror. He was and i iii. I n wvll 3nf '* Uiia I IIt ) haudn. The inx'ei.tjon with miJ Merchants run fibtiiin supplies Liniment soun healed it tip. thonzh. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.B. .
    fc :ii. 1 ur e.'i- fur Minwiic originated DRUGGISTS your debt* due said liruJ. SOL01ION LEVI,
    l.Ithi1 | cl4'jt ."ar chwikitntl we would f jg"iy S.tuthtruVliz*, mid Ihe latter art- t-veu now cuntriin pricn., bv npfilic.ition to JOHN' B. M'GEE. E. HULL LYON WOLF.
    ,,zk* tfEHni u.d iiirtnber of the differAM with all thtir alfi-cted h tti'.ity t< Scott, to "LEWIS tt AMES LaSallc precinct, Peoria co., 111., Fe F C, 1549. assort
    < % pre- for Hale a splendid MonticclK Fa, Pebhwry, [qi] 1852. 7 4t
    d uatj. .i in ;e rsi that fairs bejirekcbl v year for their (- iK.'euJ bta; j March fi. 152. V tf To guard ogainst Import ion,. read the fallincingearrfully. a prices to suit the times. Also, in Store, Notice.

    the Tc-uneKM-c uijil Kentucky nniirfii.i.tJiin They are cautioned Saddles, Bridals, Martlhgalea. Hcmc of all kind, flinTY days after the .first publication of thli
    "Batv nti'uiT tliis artl'-l.* 5 tj / in hi handt till the timo com! <-n for the dd- Notice. The Public ere parlicuUily against a of all T
    >; n"nuuT( ']< Ki p prosit- put which b.is lately made its both double and single. Carriage Trimmings notice, I will apply to the Honorable J. Wailea
    j wvur aj-iculturul fiicnds tho propriety ->f .1ra. s t
    *1*? C'jtV-n jy>d inure 4.f etervthin, vihc fjrijj ,u. { what 1 tell you." cstite of Cannon II. Shipp, Sr, Lite of Mad- W., and B. Farrell'8 Arabian L'nimcnt.' This is a I usually kept in c store of this kind. cult of Florida, ttt the Court House in TalLhaw, fot

    t.) eu>t<>t UKe; ol r lllul aLZd 1wat Tliet with General Inn[ County' deoea. 4'd, as creditor or distributee, arc fraud and mere liable to deceive from his I { Repairs done at short notic-3. jiermbsiou to fell the follotvmg real estate bti.ingiog

    %j iy! ""/ wfo policy 4.f the fanner 4ir paut Irii-h tidier who rame over hi-rcby required to present the same within thatime dangerous the name of Farrell. Therefore be part icu' 1>. cumWr 27, 1851. 61 tf to the estate of John G. Rawls, deceased, to wit :
    iju t,I'1'' **' >J, to iViunt fir an abundant su]>plvI N.'ure. }t-uig nskwl if ln met with mueh liofpitality 1.rCserib4d by law or thi-i notice will' bo plead in bur. bearing call foi it by the name, Farrell'a," Ibi Two hundred acres of Land, lying and being inOadsdcn
    iu the tar
    5** 0flJf..' fip'tand f-remo t, afti thcu ifif ;in Holland, rei'li.iI-"Oli yes, too nmeJi, I was CANNON H. SHIPP Jr, AdmV.County nvrr Notice.

    dub LW1* and !abr, devote thorn to the i h<*pital almofet all the time I wan there." %1nIi4nn March 6, 18.V2. 9 8t unprincipled dealerswiIIitposethiuespuri.us, mix and entitled Cour.ty.ELIZABETH RAWLS Adm'x.
    '* tine upon you lor trie genuine, nut aixxaps &MK torH.G.FarrcU'a \ LL creditor* and legatees of persons ,
    t*. ;, Jtt"U. Were the xihole SOUth thus to re- Linimcul" and tike other the of Dr. Robert 21,1852. 7 5t
    Arabian no -c1. to dijtribut'on out of. estate February
    ;;. : ordu. ,f tiling*, arid make the proviM'ti rrop rallaiasreJf
    **kiffi1'IUi "* cotton rrP theBiwviniliry: one, improved during the week,nnd price* have an upwr.rijtendency. ALL porsuno, creditors, legatees, entitled to distri Farrell1 ;'hi einha'.ure is also on the outside ivrapper. State of Florida, are hereby noti'ied to present their Plaster 6f Paris.

    I.r; ,f jfltp : a more prosperous and enc nirat. Our receipt are fulling off very gradually, or o\Lerwii interested iu the estate of and these xvords blown in the glass bottle :- claims or derruuida to the *ub crir>er within two years BARRELS Gypsum r>* ground: Plaster of

    tLe ., The price of the great staple j ed. AVe Jauieii tkott, Ute of Jefferson County, deceased, arc '4 H. G. Fanell' Aarahian Liniment, Peoria from tlus date, or the same will be barred by the pro 5 0 'Purio, fur improving land for sale t W
    lifii'iul f timuuints of cotton conventions though a good deul has yet to be receh quote hereby notified to exhibit their chums and demands Accnts wanted in every town, village and hatnlet visions of the statute in audi ease made and provided. BERRY A ROlYLES*

    Iitelhklily ipremtc. an J tlie whole Gl 1 SGd
    -.4; ''Qme! more iin'I pt-sjwrot.- Ordinary, 6r (3)) 6J; Ordiuar}', b\ @ 6. iMihaui, at Moutictillo, or the same will be barred Apply by letter to H. G. Farrell. Peoria, Illinois, Executrix of Last Will and Teta.mentGadiden .. - i -- .- .. _. -jNotice.
    !tg; \ 4 ur ajricultunil trii'tid*. in ; ; and all |)er on< indebted to the saitl estate in any with good refeience a* to character, responsibility, County, Fhx, Febrnary 21, 1852. 7 Ste .

    'r i op; d4ft fi-get the enb.114t'4iIi MARRIED.At manner wliatsover, are requested to ninko immediate SiC. A LL persnn*, civjitop, I4gat4es. cntltl*! to duttv
    ,; "T P"Uto baiik, awl the moke U.UBe. WlttJ > said who has full authority to the agent who *ill furnish free of charge
    t c-jtt, the rwMwe of 3Tn. T.BalUvll near this placeby payment to my Agent, Call on Ranaway fbutiw, or otherwise interested in the estate ol
    bread fliuitw
    T' u; and meat we much valuable information fur
    act in the prcuust a book containing the unbacribv OD the 2d instant my Baptist Brurhley, late Jeffertou county, Florida,dec
    Rev. itr. Hume, lr. GEO. S. Kt>o, of Kcw Poil., Adm'x. of citizens. FROM
    E. cIa *
    every MILLARD ab>at 22 year old, 6 ased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim and
    I-I3yet'. ineeum* n t.hrrwd ol-luiend on ft FilL, to ill*. Jo ANSI W. CLAHIC, daughter of Rev. Mi Jefferson County March 6, 1652. 9 8m5r. Price-25 cents, 50 ii cents manufactured ind $t per bottle H. G. Farrell feet 4 or 8 inches high, dark conipl rion, and demands within t wo years from thin elate to the undertign -.
    (' 1' d t rraiiip.l to quit liim: run Winalow, Mistoon&iy to iladraa, India. 0. T. MAXWELL The only'Uventor genuine*nd proprietor and wholesale _qntrtr evoked. He la supposed to*be in the d, of the samu 'will be barred; and all pence*

    1r4;' !fln S< daMy-w&t nialtrt borwtnorninjj Mctlxxllst CbunL thi Tuesday sole III. and for neighborhood of Springwood. Any person appre- indebted to the said deceased are .reque.t.d to make
    your In the city, on located in Tallahassee, for the DrugxittN H MaIn itreet, Peoria ,
    aIktLa permanently
    rwarded imuiediAt
    ; T hiruiing aid viU be h'beraHy payment. WSL ODtKCfS.. .
    4ear frn' repThd the rM m iftheNte. evening, 9th instant, by the Uer.S. P.Richardwo, llr HAS UtOd of practicing his profession; Office sate wholesale- and retail LEWIS at propfietor'i k AMES. prices by negro. SOLOMON SILLS. AdrainUtrator d bonUJeffenoa eon. :

    Lalter aa1rng, thee wot1d1ook GZOLGP: nns, Merchant, to Miss LASDOMA F over C. C. Bvrd's stxire, rcoiJcuce at Mr. FUgg *. Decr&ber2hlSl. 6\ 3m Agent }'elDruary21l8b. 1 ** co, Feb. 23,18J2.! 8 }
    Deo nber IS, 1831. 49 -
    1 f.1x zE, both of thia citj'

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    l SAMUEL HOYT & CO., Leon Circuit Court-In Equity. FORWARD & TOWLE, NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. legal b1JtrtiJnnmb GREAT IOTBR CUP.R CI&azLrW ,G, ,

    GENERAL COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, Win. D. Mcweley, Administrator delon'u non of Samuel Attorneys at Law & Solicitor in Chancery, -_ FO&
    1 deceased, milE snbucriber is now receiving large and splertJL In Chancery. DR. J. S.
    i ix TIIZ ncvi.vo AXD SIXUNO or PuUl TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. dklasortmentoflilahI and Winter R,adymadeClolhlug
    . t:r of Agricultural Implements t consisting in of CLOTH CLOAKS. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IH GADS-
    t Every Description Union Bank of Florida. Wx. A. FonwAan J 810 Town. part DEN CIRCUIT COURT. S*
    , AXD MACHINERY. order of the presiding Judge at Late of St. A'lfl1l'l;1tt. I\ OVER COATS of different descriptions, Black and I '.
    f ;tt: TTTEI a marc I JlDe Tillman Cvmplaintmti,
    Brown and
    Dress and Frock Coats Cloth Cassimere Sarah 0. Tillraan ,
    , ; wi{ Georgia nnd French Purr Mill Stone?: En :!on the 5th ins:, I will offer at public October4,1SAI. 39 .
    ALSO T weed. Satinett'and Blanket SACK and other BUSINESS -
    in Tallahassee the 15th ,
    sale House I
    before the on
    Colftgcn. Ciillm and Bolting Chth.t '- Willia'a
    t t. C. Snell, Julia F. Ed-
    COATS Tweed
    and Sat-
    Cloth CaMimere Thomas S. Snf'Il,
    t kind of Produce Isortli and South nnd March next, within J legal hours, two belonging A. X. MAXWKLU Jf. D. TAFT ; ,
    All negroes
    .p4 every t V. G. Donald-
    .. iuctt PANTS ; VESTS of all qualities and styles. I j I monds,Susan J. Little, and
    Elias. Terms Caih.Also
    i 1 TAMII paid'for Wool, ILdcs, Deer Skins, and Shipping to mid tnt viz : Peggy an 33 in MAXWELL & PAPY, All of which have been manufactured from the latest !! son. Executrix of the last will and testament. ofRobert
    t Furi.'p.1 the W | IC N 4 S Township ATTORNEYS. AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and most desirable material workmanship I I L. Edtnnndf, deceased, and Samuel B.
    "I" SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L BILBO.HEFEHENCES 2. Riuure 2, N and E, containing c.htyacre*, more or 80-11 j I Administrator deboni .
    ,1 l leas. for the land.one c.b, nd TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. perior, and styles moat fashionable. All of j I Love.Sheritt and ex offieio II
    I 1(.' T.,1 with interest. Purchasers bla will be offered for sale at a small advance on the coat, \ non of the estate ol Susan S. Snf'U, deceased.
    4 : at t pay Februarys, 1851. 5 at the New Cash Clothing Sic,'. |t TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that

    ,: Messrs. AVDFRSOX & Co, Savannah, Ga. for ltcr'. tt W. T. I William C. Snehl ono of the above named De
    . I" \xri.irf hi November I, 18151. 43 resides beyond the limits of Slate
    . 1"f' WKUSTFII frm
    ..I : SWIFT. DkXbtow A Co. 7, 152. 6 Tallahaaaee Florida. Tax Collector's Sale. another of raid Defendants, is supposed to reside JpeU. 11. Ulmis

    .: 1\\ 1v). P. MILLER . : i:ir estate whu have not paid up the second iutlment tr Office at the Capitol B power is unknown THE OX directr l
    Rrt.tLKn Norns, MASON i Co, Boston. shall for sale before the Court House at States,but w hose residence : rer
    . l:' ) F. B. LOOMIS Esq1 New London, Ct. will take notice that their lands are subject March 15, 1851. 10 tf Quincy, in expose the County of Gadsden, on the second // therefore Ordered, That the said William C. LI EBIG. the greatHOUGHTON Ph.aiolo(al"h I..t
    M. in C.
    r: ; H. S. McCoMiw, Esq Wilmington, Del. at the above time and place. B. F. W. W. G. Monday in May next, the following described property Snell appear and plead,answer or demur to t the Bill M. D..philadtJpb'U
    K. DAVIS This U
    I )t" September 6, 1851. 35 tf At Chambers. or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes due of Complaint filed in the above entitled cause on or a rnrtj wonderful 'ttmtd ,, -I
    1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, t thereon from the year 1S44 to 1851, inclusive, and before the first Monday in March next, and the said fl ON, DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDIC

    . : 'ft;. Towle & My era, Petition to Fortclote Mortgage. taken up his abode at Tallahassee, Ind .m tt the necessary expenses I thereon, to wit : Thomas S. Snell within the period of nine month PLAINT CONCTIPA. and DlllJ:1 C

    ...; hand,and arc now receiving new and Samuel Carroll, HAS ( in the Courts of the Middle district Fory: acres of Land injGadsden County, belong from Ihe date of the publication of this Order, or in gafterNatme': own method,bJ If.11re'81ttrJr

    I t.r }HAVE aiwrlmrnt of GOODS, consisting of r*. and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. i ing to Smith & Paramore, lyinif on North Mosquito the said Bill will be taken pro tonjetso against gent the Gastric Juice. ..

    I"r. :. Gold Lover Hunting Watches, William I Pel.r qMjrch 0, IS.10. 9 Creek. HUGH O. McLF.AN, :them: ProtMed, That legal publication of this I Ot- Half tear uoonfnl of Pzniv ?a ,
    i ter will digest
    /I' Order be made in published in this or dissolve
    : r,1 Gold Anchor Lever do to the Mti the from Tax Collector for Gadsden County. some newspaper Fiae.P..i4qa
    <. t.'; 7 1' Silver Lever Hunting do ,' of petitioner, that William C.ur re .M. A. LONG A J. P. K. SAVAGB November 8, S31. 44 6m Circuit. 10th October, J&l. Berfin about tteo hour, out
    R J'crr' PEPSIN i it the
    . I Silver Anchur Lever do \ the limits of the State of 1 associated themM-lrt-s for the /unosc ol J. WAYLES BAKER, Jcdge, tc. chief elf'ment. cr

    I '.h,.' Lupine and common do It is rJ'rtl That the aid William R Perry and HAYING Law, will give prompt attedion tony Clothing. A true copy-Attest, Food Principle the of t the Gastric Jaice- .,ih, s

    Gentlcm n'# and Ladies* Ro.nm Pin.,a ?en.ral nt other intt'r.t.t in n certain mortgage of a business entrusted to their care. TUST received at the old stand, a cncral .'ortl R C. LESTER, Clerk. PlITifJ1n8.Prtltt-.illg'Jld "
    10 Gold! Guards a'r prln 1851. ment of Cloths Ca&timercs antI which October IS, 1S51. 41 4mlm5m Agent of Ih. Stomach and Inte,tinei S
    nrtment( of Kar and Finger Rings, : Monticello. (to wit: an July 26, 29 tf Vesting, ed from
    .: 1.t. Key* Fob and Ve-t t Chain, Seali, Gold and Silvei. undivided half of the West I of the South West J t the subscriber is prepared to manufacture the most In Chancery. ARTIFICIAL theDitMti) Stomach oflbe'- f.ltf2loi

    ,. At It.'ncilti,Odd Pens Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold (f Section 30, in Town>hip 2, North of Range 5 East) Law Firm. approved; style, and on the moat reasonable terms. ingan like the DIGF-STlVEFLllfn'"
    ly natural
    , 'it' Sleeve, Collar and Bosom nllon", Silver, Pearl, and made by said Perry to one OClr W. Gelzer to se- A BREVARD will practice in Gentlemen ui want of a regular and fashionable out- LEON CIRCUIT COURT and Gastric Juice in its Ck !

    4 :.f\ Shell Card Ca!es. Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine cue the payment of a note for $488- 00, and, by said BEARD all the Court of the Middle co-partner Circuit oflorida. I f fit. will do well to call upon Edward F. McDermond Compl't, > era SUBS, ITUTE furnishing for a it.COMPLETE MaTji*

    , j ;.. Fan, Silver and HufT.ilo Coml Gelzer aligned to p1antif appear and phd to the F Office in Tallahassee November 8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. r*. }}[ Dill for Divorce. tion, the pains and evils By the aid oCt.-: "
    I. :,' Also, French M.ml le Clocks, Table Knives, Te came according to 1." lrhl'rwi( the same fcliall l betaken JOHN BEARD. :Mary Ann McDermond, Deft )) DYSPEPSIA of INDl
    J 1i Tray, Plated and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea pro coiifrxso a niriRt them : T. W. BREVARD. Bounty Lands and Pensions. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that are removed. J just as theyO I4Ir

    it r: t 1 55|>oon', Plated Spoons, Fork, Cream and Soup Ladle Frl'I/'d; 1'hat thi Order bo published in some February 1. 1851. 4 tf JTUlKundei signed,having made arrangements with J- Mary Ann McDermond, the Defendant in the above a peptluCnrlO1I.healthy Stomach. It i ii duinJC wnn a

    q *, Plated' Waiter!", do.! Tea Set(*, Castors! Candle- p :newspaper in Talhuiassoc at least once a week JL a competent and experienced Agent in the Cityof cause resides beyond the limits of the State of Fh>- p N eases oIOEBIL11EA'ERVOUS 1

    i, *tick, Solar Lamp, Silver;. and Gilt (.lfand"l 'I Al. fin. douUlp\ rnn piled Onn". Shtit .-\d CarooBa WAVLES BAK ER, Judge approved and requ.ile forms, will attend to the collection served her : supposed to be on hl.aseds .,
    '. ; and Flam.finc uorket Kr.ive.1 Porte fonnict. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law upon g rave. The Scientific EvidenceSCIENTIFIC DrOIi.rlt:
    PeemIicr,15l. 48 I, of Chirrs by eri! of for therefore
    4m pn attorney Bounty' II ill Ordered. That a hearing be had iatliw
    j;: Port Folios Violitu ClaroneU :and FJues: fine 1a."I' In the hlghe C degree Iti
    ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. Lands, Pension, and Claims for Lome's and Servi- can'e at the Spring Term, 1852. of said Court : MARKABLE. CURIOUS.t
    zcra, Streps, &c. In c c" upon the United States Government. PrwlJtd, This Order be published( in one of theewspapers
    Hrs t <
    1SI2 of
    war ,
    the Circuit: % I or any n printed the City of Tallahassee for thepace !
    of Florida
    TOWLU: & AIYCKS Ofllec at Alligator. J Office at X'wlJ.1na.i11c.
    & &c !
    : : of the Indian wars since 1700' are entitled to l3otry BARON LIEBIG in :
    held In and for the s of three months previous to the first day of hiHp.lebratedw1.
    4 fprt'G"hf'f' t1. 1S.1. 4 S County ot Jefferson. Ref,-r to Col. S. S. SIBI.EV: S.ivannah JuiLe THOMASD .
    r. ; t Land-i under Ihe late Act of Congress. For !erS ud, Term. J. WAYLES BAKER. Jnd -. mnl Chenrntry. says : An Arlificiaoi V, I
    Smith & Dilworth Tax Collector's Sale. 20th Dec'r. 1851. A true copy-Attest : JUice, if* L
    4 1861.
    4.4. S'J: ) BUT
    charged, u['on delivery of the warrant or the amount OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk Iy prepared from the macon membrane
    BY'irtllc: of I 11) power vested<1 in me by law, I D.ivid E. M. Scntt collected D. P. HOOUK.G. December 20 1851. 60 a ch ot the Calf, in which various oftl '*1
    It. :. ) : for sale.lnToie t the Court i House at Bill to' nibject interest, of Defendant: n! one of tho Boots and Shoes. W. HUTCHINS. meat and eggs,will beoftenedchanrt4nir\rtick I\

    ,", Qmnry, in I the County of (tad-den, un t the IhiidjVlonday : 111i1S of A. n C. SNlt. ilireail, to tin payment J UST received, a fine ortment of March 53.? IS-ll.: '12 If Tax Collector's Sale. I ed,fust in the same manner ,'4tJJto rji.P. I
    I in April next, the following described pin- of an :((() Complainants. Ladies, Black and Colon-d Lasting Gaiters, I human stomach." -Ie

    '.: .j. petlyorsi I > much I thereof as will pay t the State and IX tlii>(1UC. it appiyiring to the rxti'faction of the D i. ( (. Kid and Morocco do. NASH & CO., BY virtue of authority in me by law vested I have Dr. COMBE in hi? valuable!

    : County Tax due thereon for the year 1S51, and the ,nrt that Da\id Jf Scott does not nide in the III". Enamelled: Bu-kiin, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., upon, and ,will expose for sale before th? It Physiology of Digestion" obsein.wrjtp; "'

    I :" 'r. necessary e tpl'lIi1C'dIlCitNlt thereto, to \\il : I State of Florida but fl..1 l to parts unknown, but J) Kill WalkilShlo; Slippers and Buskins, TT7"OULI) inform their friends and the that Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee en the nation, of Ihe doe quantity of the Gastric Iha Join"*' I
    t. r.- ; Six bundled and forty acres ol land, I ling on I not out of the tTi-ited, ) ( ': Da Calf Bu"kins and Bdutcvr. second Monday in May next the following described prominent and all-prevailing
    v v have hand ; JLil
    1 f' 'i1. Hock Creek, purpurl'n: tobelonjr to L. S. Gdllin! (Ir : // ;1 thcffuff O.rf. That said David K. M. Scott -.\I.SO- article they. on n good in their Mirtment of ,pnch property. f>r so much thereof as will be sufficient to a r.d! be stales that a dwtinsoished cms*profeMoTohu Of D
    t : I o much thereof as will paIhe Tax aforesaid. appear mil auwwi-r, I plead or demur to "nillll(n or Mi< es Colored Lnstinj (Jaitc r", nil will a art generally kept fresh of business, : pay the: State ann County Taxes due thereon for the i cine in London, who was severer- !, :

    t.;: HUGH O. lJrLE."I. \. In-fore, tho fh.t IIII1ILtV in April It'xt, or the Ih li,1'alkin<; Shoes nnd Pu!kin*, zm terniH hall rm-iung l he reasonable.Tall.xhax regularly. supplies Their year 1851, and all incidental expense, to wit : c finding everjtbinzeU afflicted wiiu'omplaint L' lI4l
    to fail; d'
    Tax Collector for GaJ den same IK taken fur confessed to him and : All that tract or parcel of Lund known Fortes"
    : County.I wi : as !e !>('. d,. and Morocco Bur.teps OctoU-r} 1J. 1851. as c ourse to the Gastric JOII'oh'ainfdtrom'tL' to I
    . : i October 11 1S31. 40' Cm dUWI I hearing ?r jmrtf: And a lint assortment of Childrwis; Leather, Morocco ec. 40 P'lrchaw, within: Leon County, containing 14'2,7L'D a cbs of Jiving animals, which ,

    I lrr".j"f.J, That this Clnlor) lie publi=llf.1 l for ('ur and Patent Leather Sill'CM. Crockery &c. a',res, more or l ssuJ, to belong to the Apalachicola 'rlccn flll" prntd IIJtI1/ttJ.I

    \r i Tax Collector's Sale. m weekly in wnne HfwpaHT| publL-hed in Tal- '.\LSO- L-uid Company. Dr. GRAFL'iManthor of tie ftmon, worl.J

    ,,.' ". .. BY virtue of the power vested in no bv law, I lahu"l'prior to tin' iid 1 iir"t Mondav in April nt st: Gents fine Calf ItooK WCutlery.E have received a goal uartortruent' of Crockery, D. MeR lENT, 4. Vegetable Diet," says : Ir, ill remarkable

    ;::: ., shall: expose for sale, before the Court Hoti e at .WAVLKS BAKER, Judje.A Da Imitation Stitched Dooti.I I GIa s and Stone Ware.IJnt'.nd Tax Collector of Leon County. p ihjsioloeythat; I the slomaCis' of aDima\,1fIacmt\ fact,,'

    t i.. ; Quincy' in ,the County 'of Gad..dcn, MI t the third) true copv.-Attest : ).. iViriri-d and Water'proof Boot. : that nnd fquare Bar Iron. Novembers 1851. 44 6m i!n water, impart to! hE' Ifl1adlhe
    i ij tlIltlt'tt IIU ,
    ;$ J.J.indjy. of April next,the (uIIo" lug d..cril..t! pro- C. G.: riFE. Clerk. !>.>. Calf SliK' nnl Iootee! I Nail, Rod. Band.: loop, nnd H. S. Iron. Tax j ng various articles of food, i and oftfl'ecliPClli4:

    if pt tI.\OI *o much I theieof as will pay the State and December r, 1831.: 4 t 4m Do. Kip Brogun and ltusetts. Cio German and American Blister Steel, Collector's Sale. artificial digestion of them ill II' icitii'kail

    t4. County Tax due thereon for the scar Ib5l and the -A LSO- ]!:lick.niitliAiniN.. Ucllows, Vices, tt Hammers, ; BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I from the natural digestive process"

    1i,:' jieceJiary expenses I j incident I thereto, I to \\iit i I In Chancer. Youthi finn Pecked hoots, C..lIint Clul. Broad nnd HMIM! Axes, I expose for sale, before the Court House at O K-Call on the Agent, and! get twripliffCi,

    f;.Lz; The w hol<* of x> hat i is culled Forbes Purchase," I the Circuit of J5
    "j.t: I l\insin (*od-
    ior.. pay Ihe Tax aforesaid, bounded' ) on the Ea t bv, the B. Wailer For cale IOT (and 110 mistake cvfry ) by -' ALSO- perty, or s.) much thereof as will pay the Stale and ports of REMARKABLE CUKES,from ill DMUJ
    : Ocklockriee\ Rner.aud on the West by the ApalachiccUKmr. '1)101 October 18, 1851. 41 C. C. BYRD. Sfw) pair Men R'i>?et Brogans, County Taxes due thereon from 1345 to 1951Jinclusive & he United Slates. '

    , -. HUGH O. llcLE.: '', ,/ loo' I d.. Boy-!' do. David E.: --
    : Tax Collector for GadsJen County. M. Scott .TNA INSURANCE COMPANY ) do. Me'ns' and Boys' black thick Brogans, wit : Dr.HOUGHTON'SPEPSINhasprodwrttlln l lmarerllou.i

    ", October 11, 131. 40 Cm Bill to subject the interest of Defendant n." one of the 250 do. do. do. 41.). dkip do. i Eighty acres of Land, lying on Crooked Creek, effects, in curing cases ot .DcMuj.m: II. I Iciatian

    hiir>of A. B. C. Scott,t1tceii.ed. to the payment ofa HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.nUILDINGS 6D (II,. Ladies' Leather Prgged Boots, owned bv. Romeo Lewis. ,J\Terrovt Decline, and Dyrptftic Cnm I

    , r. Largo Sale of Public Lands in Florida. promissory note and accounts uud interest on the Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house Gent'; Calf. Kid and Goat Boots, HUGH 0. McLEAN, ion. It is impossible to give the details if run 4 1

    ,: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the under "amI duo the COJJIUllt.J ) 13 insured against, icss by (fire. Buys, Youths and Mkses Shot*. Tax Collector for Gadsden County. t he limitjct t (hid advertisement ; but 'UI.nto l
    " N this cau e. it appearing: to the satisfaction of the LEWIS & AMES, () NovemberSlS.Sl.\ 44 6m.
    Mill, in purm-mee < f law offer nt I Public : c ertificates have been given of more Thai n)|
    .f 3j d; Auction, before the Court House c1.Klr ill thc Mvendcounties Court that David E. I Scott dues not reside in the January 2fi. 1850. 3_Agents. _, Tallahassee.. 100 bnnche Cotton Ynm, No. 5 to 1 ?. HUNDRED REMARKABLECtRESia r 1J
    : *;* as hereinafter i-tated, the following valuableJindfl S tate of Florida, but fled to pat unknown, but -- All of which will be sold as low a* any in the mar Tax Collector's Sale. p>hia, New York and Boston slune. Tbe *tni]|

    : cited )'vState. authority as pirt; Y virtue of the power ves.ed in me bylaw, I lespfrale cases, and the cores were lot .1

    111* of I. Congress to said: State, f.'r rurj'se of Internal; Iin- It i I t" rUrt' Or.rev!. That said David E.M. Scott i[:OF TUE LATE FIRM OF DELL it PllATORirs,]I which we will allow the highest market price. ) shall expose for sale before the Court House at rapid and vron>terfol. but peimanent.

    . f, 4 Jirove.nent. These Lati'K: '\"el'l' in g-x>d put, selected appear : iUI.w'r.i plead; 1 or demur to said; Bill on or inform his October 25, 1851. 42 HEIR .t RUST. Q'iinc>. in Gad'den County on the second Monday It i li a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE pr .
    immediately after the completion of the U. S. sunevs, l etoru; : the fit Monday: in April nest, or the I.1JC and the public i io May next, the following described property or ulailv J useful for lend ncy to BilIiou di.-ordfrLi|

    4, nnd are believed t<> embrace some of the best in the wil.e for confessed .a to him, and set down 1i'VOUI.D\ lias taken the tore lately occupie l Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company 'o much thereof as will pay the State and County Complaint, Fever and Ague,or badly trntfd Jfm\\
    and tore
    : FUto f>r prudivti'in of Coni, CIttI III. Sugar: Tuliaecoand or : :ex o jxtrte: adjuinitu the hitelymxriipifd of Louisiana. Taxes due thereon from 1845 to 18. inclusiveand and Ague, and the evil effect of QainiM,Jfoctr,I

    . ) Trojiical Fmits-and others) finely adapted to lrl.i.Z d. That this Order h puLli-hed for four by Bull t Pratorim,where he will be pll'AAed HAVING been appointed Agent for the above Company I Unnecessary expenses incident thereto, to nit : md other drogs upon the Digestive Orrao ,iiri(: |

    the Turpentine and Lumber business. The Lauds will montll weekly in some newspaper publi-hed in Tai to attend to the odls and wants of thne who may beIli'J"MOI.1 deeming it unnecessary to discuss the One hundred and sixty acres of Land in Gadsden long sickness. Also: for excess in eating,indite' ]

    be offered 5u half-eighths: laliassce l prior to the said fiift Mcndav. in .\.Jiril.J. to [>atri>nizc him in his line of business.He importance and advantage of the mutual insurance; Count, belonging to Robina Hollinger, lying on the! t too free u,e of ardent spirits. It Dolt /ecoscj|

    Jfftrson County, Monday, 12th April 1852 WAYLES JJAKKR, Judge! )has received, by the late arrivals, a choice and: principle, would respectfully solicit tie consideration Apalachicola River, adjoining the lands of Innerar- Health with, Intemperance.OLD .
    ," about 2u,640 A true copy-Atteit: t 1Of'II ndfetfd tujijtly nf Cloth, CaMutifrts, Vettings 5, of the citizen Tullahavwe and vicinity. Any information i ity., HUGH O. McLEAN, STOM-iCH COJUFLJL\TS.
    J-'ancy GUMS ; also, a ffentral aitnrtinrnt (ifREADYMADE Tax Collector for Gadsden There is no form of OLD STOMACH
    I Jfolimn Monday, 10th, about CS.SiiO) C. G. FIFE.: Clerk relative to it,can be obtained bv calling on thesuWriUr. County. COJ.
    WEN Jl'imilton, )1..nl1a61h} alwut 2,410 December 6, 185J.I 4$ 4m CLOTHIXG, S. S. KNIGHT. November S. J 1'5!. 44 6m PLAINTS which it does not r em to reach ud .|
    All of which, I flatter; !el in andquality move at once. No matter how lad they bt.i I IGIVES
    , Columbia, MondiiV, Srd )Ia\: about 2,1'JO f Tny are equal style November :to, 1850. 47 tf Tax Collector's Sale.By nay
    '- M-ichiia, Wod.ie"lay. 5th; Jlay, about 9,520 In Chancery. ansi quite
    ; Jsvy, IIiJtj.ll')'. loth"Mav, sibiut 20,480'i I the Circuit Court of the State of Florida found 1 in this market. He"ill -ive particular attention THE TRUE MEDICINAL virtue of the power vested in me by law. I I I all the unpleasant symptoms': and ir nIy1ftdl1I
    ; to his t 11I1"lIu' ', ansi LOJU'S hesill merit liU.ru for sale before the Court House at t repealed tor a short time to make these good.
    , ; Monday, 17th May, silx-ut 6 ,840 hold i and for the County of Jefferson. a COD LIVER OIL expose
    . JfrrWJ1LI'O, Benton. l patronaire from the public Qcincy, in the County of Gadsden on Ihe third permanent. PURITY OF BLOODAND VIGIl
    [ ] 21th!
    Monday, (
    May, 48,1i1CJlIilllllJOTf'lJIt. ( Daniel I Ladd
    29th Xo\cudxr. 1650.:; 46 tf USEFUL in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, Monday of April next, the following described pro BODY follow at once. It i is 1artkglrhieyt4
    Saturday, idjout
    ;:: TERMS One.fourth lh-tlle May.thVr, 4,800] ,.s. ,Asthma BronchitisCoughs, pertyor so much thereof as will pa the, Slate andCo.inly 1 i in cages of Nausea Vomitir.g, Ciranip, Sornail
    ( t1irvc-f IUIIk David E. )1 Scott. j Pure Sulphate of Quinine. and all i"e.aoe" of the Che-t Hfd Lungs. A supplyol Tax due thereon for the year 1S51. and the t the pit of the Stomach distress alter taling.in,I
    ia three
    payable equal annual iiibUlinont",with inUi etin L Bill 1 1I f to subject the iltl'n. t {' Defendant as one of the this valuable medicine i is cold state fthe Blood Heaviness,LonriMi ot f&> I Iits.
    I I advance. Or. subscribers have hand t\n hundred and I just received, which I is: neiessary expenses incident,thereto,fo wit :
    it'any purchaser prefer it, 1 five 1'1' lcr.ofI C. to the of THE on warranted and of i .Despondency. Emaciation, Weakness, tpicq
    Srot. .
    [ cent will IKS deduct! from the eredit itii-talineiits payment :judgment ounces of Sulphateof Quinine which t they pure very sup'riorqnality.For Two hundred and forty acres of land in Gadsden
    uikin nl.1 (' the KUIIC dUI the sale LEWIS to Insanity.Suicide,&c.
    1 by & A.MES to to Robert
    Compbil.lt Co-mty purporting belong Jimerson or
    the oL.lai--cd
    I EJ payment t'. of the whole DAVID piirohi.: S.nmney WALK sit ER.the tuiiecf I X Court this cnu-e.that Davi-1 it appearing KM.Scott to the flti.f.art11: nf the t they: will warm ant direct i it, t to Irom he a ttc superior manuiaclurers irliclc.V'c and May 2j, 1.:0. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. so much t thereof as will pay the Taxas aforesaid, lying Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN is sold by narijJ!!
    does not r'i.le in the on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, the dealers in fine drugs and Popvlar Mtican
    Register of Public Lands for the State of n.,ri.a. State 1FJlrrl.\ but ha:lied to parts unknown, but \ have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines :. PROTECTION INSURANCE Tax Collector for Gadsden throughout the United State It is prepari? ?
    COMPANY County
    December 20, 1851.: LO:1I1 not .) tll; .. States: by recent an ivals,:and are prepared to execute Octnner It. I.-5I. 41 r.m. powder and in Fluid form-and in Prescriptimia
    It it th"rforc
    Ranaway appear and answer, plead or demur to paid 1 on or on I the niostaceouitnodaiingterms. Capital Stock, 8300,000. Notice. PRIVATE CI CIRCULARS for the use or1'lJpir,

    i FPiOM the f-ubsciiber on the ni ht of the 13th : L In-fore the frt Monday; in April next, or the same We have aloi'l a few accounts! yet due to us for the undtTMgnt'd. Agent of the above Company months from date, undersigned, administrator may be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his.grati,*
    I IS-1'J. in
    ; two negro nun, one belonging t<> ]'. I ,nllo for confessed as to l him, and set down I year They are generally small. amounts; THE i prepared to take risks against Fire on buildings on the estate of Louisa R Newton. deceased r. scribing the whole process preparation, udt

    ; ? Sc M (far .
    i cau read by the name of )IVter, was brought to I I'mriJid, That this Order be pnhlUiM for four towardsliijuidatiugceitain sums lich1' owi' II. Jo'L..GGgcut.. Juil. e of Probate for Leon County and ask to be dis neV remedy are based. As it is NOTASECW

    i this country by Mr. Ponder two years ngo. It u supposed : montha weekly in some newspaper published in Talluhassce LEWIS & AMES. Tallahassee October 25.1851. 42 REMEDY, no objection can be raised ipiwli'' "
    June charged.P..TItICK
    ;; r: he will try to make his way back Also onebelonging 1 prior to paid Jir-t Moi.day! I: in Apnl I next. IS'iO. 92 SMITH. Adm'r. by Physicians in pecfable standing and Iff*

    to George Sessions about 5 feet 0 indies J. WAYLKS"MAKER, Judge. $20 eward. October 11, 185!. 40 6m practice. Price. ONE DOLLAR per bottle

    high, very stout and round hh-mldered, 'front teeth A true copy-Attest. : Saddlery, &c. A Y frrm the of the ub- fjCJ-OBSERVETHIS(;: !-Every bottle of lit r*
    j tomewhat decayed, has a sear till'in4Jeuf.zth received fine lot and Indies RAXA'W plantation Notice. inc aU t
    1I 4111 arm, C. G. FIFE Clerk. JUST a of men, boys in Gulsden l I PEPSIN bears the written i nahrre
    Florida the
    i Ii jk8 as if they were eau ed by fire burn. Also a IK- Deeeml
    pro woman belonging to W. J. iieott, very black, aliout .Skin?. Lining Skin, Kip Skins, Patent J..I'atherl'a. feet my f Probate Washington County,for a final settlement Pa. Copy-right and Trade Mark ( !.
    :3 l 1 of 5 6 inches
    19 years (IJ.. She left about the ]*l list. We the In Chancery. tent Fi .tian, with a good assortment of Whips, Ac between yt-iirs age, and blaek high color, very well built and discharge from the estate of Joseph B. OCj-Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in]yI t tclue *
    : 6uberibers will the reward of 20 wh f'r thedclin.ry For talc low copper Weighs somewhere Lockcv, deceased. I .
    t pay Iu the Circuit Court of by *
    the State of Florida :ilx>nt 160 H.., talks a little fine and! tolerable
    I. of said negroes to us or iu any safe Jail-where and for Jefferson i HEIR & RUST. when has MARIA LOCKET Adm'aLWashington LEWIS k AVSS,
    County.Thomas to
    quick two of
    spoken a scar or on
    j \ve can get them. October 4. 1F51. S9 tf one Co, September 13, 1 S:1. 36 6m Wholesale and Retail &-
    I? C. McKain, his arms till in IL line with his thumb, and I think v-nie
    Any person wishing to give any information uliont Febrnary 7. 1852. 5 JT_.
    those ".'. Here I Am. scars t n lii.n breast. He has a large sear on hw bark Notice.
    r negn", will please addiesu Mauuingtou P. O.
    q.e Leon Co., Fla, o.. Daid E. :1 Scott. to certain the near I think. the left shoulder blade with other months after date. I will apply to the Judge ; 1100 HEW: AB.D.I .

    .; ;c., A. M. R. SESSION'S.JEORC.E Bill to subject nt.rc.t of It.'f'ndant n one of the FAILING. am purchase lore, to attend property to the wants of sci the t- marks by the whip fur righting. He is a good field band SIX f Prohafe of Gadsdcn County for my discharge: I Proclamation by 2k
    c. \ ; r ( ( SESSIONS, heirs of A. U. C. Soott doIa! to the payment Citizens of Tallahassee and the balance of our world. and a rough earrw-nter. I Iwught Adam some 16 years an Administrator of George A. Dilworth. ( '.( I .
    5)1'a ] and interest back of Booth Turner and Clayton traders from Savannah. I it has been naie JY'
    i due the ,
    t; judgment C4nhm1IlairIant.JN W. S.
    w. J. scorr. All who) intend will find it to t :
    goods, 'ir
    : *
    I j It I J'ttI'hI'r flfl. lest 60 tf this oans.c, it appearing t the satisfaction of the interest to call before they let the clip from Go, I will give the above reward for Adam January 17. 1852. 2 6m murder WM m J.
    !' Court that Dand E. M. Scott d >e3 not reside I Ill their money K IGllT. in a safe jail so that I get him, and if harbored or in -_ milled in the county of Santa ,
    S. S.
    f' : Now Opening the State of Flori.n] has fed to part unknown, but October 18, 1851. 41 tf the possession of any white man or negro with proofto Notice. State. bv one WILLIAM DAVIS upon tIt W*

    L I T the well known stand formerly occupied by not out of United t.t( ,: convict 1 will give ?luO more. SIX months after date I shall pre-ent my accounts John Wilson : Aedhereaa1DaTabMMa 1 *

    i. I t1. CLAIm: & ST1LLMAN, a General aud Sck-ct It it tlttrrfure Ordered, That Raid David E. M. Sot Notice. AUGUSTUS H. LANIER.DeeemVr20. I vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon now a fugitive from justice: 11
    and] demur 1P51. 60 tf Administrator of Seaborn Now therefore I THOXAS ... Go ftD
    ,. Assortment of appear answer, plead or to said Bill II IX months after date the Administrator County, F. Holcomb i
    the fir.t in S undersigned, Savannah Georgian, till forbid. late of said ; State of Flon Ja of the authority '
    \7 Fall and Winter Clothing:, l.f"f Monday April next, or the came of the estate of Thomas Bnmette, 'will | copy deceased County, and ask for a discharge by virtue
    ;VM'iV will IX taken for confessed to him and set down apply from said Administration. me by lawdo hereby offer a reward ofkie5
    1 ,
    :, : Fancy Go ", Ilonery fur he.ii inj ff fxirte: a to the Judge of Probate of Madison County, for Furniture, Chairs, &c. G. C. S. JOHNSON Adm'r. Dollars for the apprehension of the said'W .. l't-

    t4..e rE Fine Sewed and I'e.gcd; U Mjts, Slippers, k'. ; whicli: lfotidt..That: this Order for four a final bentlcnicnt and discharge from said estate. have just received from New York Brig January S, 1852. B2 6m vis and his safe delivery to the Sheriff oCt.Itc* -
    : the uWribor i is ready and! anxious to cell on the b pu\i"llcII DAVII) GOn TO. )! WE per
    mOlthl weekly in some newspaper in Ta il-llabassee AdniraMadison Suwannee, further supply of handsome and ty of Santa Rosa. .J MMem.
    I ffl' mot reasonable terni", for ca>h or its fquicitlent.; DANIEL BURNETTE, !S IIN
    i Notice.SIX ,
    ,' prior to said firt Slondav in April next. superior Furniture. .-Said Wfllian Davie is between
    The stock of con-ists in of County, December 13 1851. 49 Cm
    I:t r Jilack and Colored Dress and Frock part Coats J. WAYLKS"BAKER, Judge We: are now opening at our Furniture Booms, to months from date, the undersigned Executrix years of age about 5 feet high of heav; b ",
    . p, A true copy-Attest : For Families. which we invite attention ill present her accounts and vouchers to the complexion,hair Inclined to be dark eyes II n
    . Itliu-.k. Rhiio. nr't1. Brown and Mixed
    i Sack and Fancy Coats, k. C. C. FIFE, Clerk. Oval in.l Plain Back Sofas Judge of Probate for the County of Hilliboruugh, and hazle and large and fuH. "II
    ::. : Drab, Black and Urown Del'mlXr ft, 1851. 48 4ni 40 SMALL and convenient boxes SOAP to be Ti-te Tetes and Divans ask to be discharged from administration on the estate In testimony whereof I b9 iii

    t: : }"jucre.l] l and Black Silk O\'r'oatf.and Black! Satin Vests, bought of S. S. KNIGHT. Quart ttll and Book Stand, of Henry S. Clark. deceased, late of said County my Laud and caused to W *? j

    t !',; Block Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Casaimero. Pauta- Attachment. Xovemljer 1, 1851. 43 Work Stands and Ottomans,
    . 'il In Justice's Court, Second County. Of Cliaira we have a great variety. Now opening January 10. 1852. 1 6m the Capitol,in Tallahassee tba'
    .\ r'I IIMO", Ditric Lon Exchange at Par !
    i1: 'aitc, Fancy Silk and Yt'll and various Daniel Ladd, ) Jenny Lind Cottage Chair, ofJanuaqA.D.ISStTHO3fA ft'MYX
    Mirs.nc GROCERIES, Hardware, Crockery, Woodvnre Astor Gilt do. do. Notice.
    .: !lj 1i4 '- other articles to uweruul A. JJ. CLARKE.. Daniel 4'8.Hair. )}[ Amount of Debt, f 21 76. Steel, Blanket, Kerseys, Brogan I5, Fancy Cane Seat do. S IX months after date, the undersigned Administrator Goyemor '! &

    : 8, 1651. 44 Hats, Caps, Black Dress Coats, Pants, Vests, Over Wht Oak and Walnut do. in right of his wife Sarah surviving Administrator By the Governor Attest:
    i Id\ No\mb- __ _tf__ THE Defendant and all others int'rctec arc hcrc-' coati Hunting Coats, Saddles, Bridles, tc, givoi in i Rush Bottom and Rose Wood Chairs of tho estate of Thomas J. Hadley, late C. W. Dowxrxe,

    i i. New Goods. notified of the this suit, EXCHANGE; for Cash, Cotton. and Produce of the Office and Dining Room do. of Jefferson County(deceased will apply to the Judge Secretary State.
    received returnable to a JUltis C'.ur to held at Country generally. J. M. WILLIAMS. Scat of Probate of said for from 31 1852 AI'
    : t JUST for the Ldiel b Tal1 Spring Mahogany Rockers County, a discharge oak January 4Rowe's ..
    the second
    llan and I'laid la'c on Monday ((8th day) of November 1, 1851. 43 Children's High and Low Chairs :. Administration. B. LOEB. ..
    : D Lies and Prize
    to the
    I and Watered Popkins, ,. appear plead 1 same. BERRY it ROWLES. Auctioneers dfcc. Jefferson County,January 3, 1852. 62 6m* Celebrated .
    Uareseo Given under my hand and seal, this 30th day of Butter. of this MiH *
    Barege De. I.lwl Plain and Printed January 31852. 62 a svstematic w
    Plaiu and Dress Silks,'IIUC [SEAL] December, A. D. 18:1.DOYALlJ 20 KEGS very best BUTTER for family use, Notice. BY hundred and fifty bushels of CM* '

    .'! JJ F4 reJ do. Stp t) do. CAMERON, just received and for sale by Shirts of all Kinds, ALL persons having demands against the tate o f (after paying all expense of crnaliinj *e;) ".

    I Plain Black and Watered Matla Justice of the Peace. January 10, 1852. -1 C. C. BYRD. TTTniTE and Fancy Colored-some with Embroidered R. Taylor deceased, late of Jeffcr iCounty thousand fed to Mute or Horses can bevcd. __

    I Kid, Silk, Cotton and Beaver )(, January 3, 1852. 52 3m V V Bosoms-beautifully stitched-of both are hereby notified to present them within Four hundred bushels can be d'tre.iC-

    -1 Embroidered IL S. and Border L. C. Hdkc'f Drugs Chemicals &c. Fine French Dress Boots, Broad and Music Plaits wtll made, and will fit to a the time prescribed 1 by law,or this notice win be pleat every thousand by crushing, cooking
    Xile Thread and Muslin Edgings and chum. For sale cheap by in bur; and all persona indebted to said estate are bogs and taU cattle-all of which 1 f cse'

    .. French work ,Collrs Cuffs
    L BWk and Cups Shawls, { flA; and ?nisi for sale low by December IS, 1851 49 tf G. W. TAYLOR, AdmV. city, '160. For snpenntendiB iUplantathin Ji d1

    : "White ShawLs Oil, Black pepper. W. T. MITCHELL January 2-1, 1852. 3 8t and guarantee |40 extra i

    ' i White Crap Silk Purified Chiuvidine, an article prepared from the December 13, 1851. 49 tf Lots for Sale. crush eight bushels of ears of M '

    i Straw and Leghorn Dnnct Pcrvi Bark, considered nearly equal to.Quinine, at LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER Notice. and make a thorough mixture of the

    I Black Silk Loco fo Mantillas abut one third the price. Hats., A GOODS, comprising all articles needed in this ALt. persona indebted to the estate of Amos 8- ernsbe sb afoattbay, or Cod.ler with.

    . I Pink, Blue and White Bonnet O, a general supply of Chemicals of the best A General assortment of Gents fobioneblo Moleskin > market received by recent arrivals from New York, .late of Leon County deceased are required makes after brigbtomg a fAir i article of IaIIiIJ .

    I Black and White Silk Hose, )ul. quality. and Beaver, Drab and Black B.B.Rusia do. for sale in Lots to suit purchasers. to make immediate payment and all person will Jut my.IMforaation. JD CIODItaDt._ lfll/t

    Black Colored Gaiters, Kid Slip-tie & Black and Colored Sporting Haut: men boys and November: 1, 1831. 48 J. M. WILLIAMS. having demands against laid estate are required to all 011 the Editor or the I -

    I I1 Vith a great d variety of other articles,l too Bts r. Fine Cologne, Lubin's Extract, and an assortmentof youths,juat recceived. .&ndforaale by -_ present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed nal TaQahaneA. where cireulart w IIC Aar t

    ous to mention, they will please call and examine. Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low prices. HEIR RUST. Youth's. Children's andJtoy'i Clothing, by tar, or they will be barred.A. with .pe of the MilI'swork.caD be*

    'Lc HEIR & RUST. David Pain Killer Railway Ready Relict October, 1861. 80 tf SOME of which is very handsome just received by M. B. SESSIONS, AdmV. to the patentee at Nashville TenoesieNotice. JO

    : October 25, 1851. 42 tf Ofgood'a India Cholagngue. W. T. MITCHELL J&nnnryl'Z,1852. 2 8tNotice. JaaarT 1863. S 8m JAJJgj

    : ,Rose'* celebrated Planters. and other Family Med Caps. November 1. 1861. 48 tf '

    Just Arrived. lon l. TTEIR A RUST, have just received a good a sortXI er1
    4t |I HAVE just received by the l last vOI from New Jayaa'i Medicines, Ac, Ac,just received by. merit of men, boys and youths Cloth.Plnah and Hats and Caps, ALL creditors, legatee, distributees and all other THE: undenigaed baTing been J

    . York, a invoice of men's,women's, cidren"ad LEWIS A AMES. Glazed Capo, which they offer low. Call and them. OF all aorta,just received and for sale Ciii* 4tT34 interested in the estate of .Baptist tie 6cmi. N" 00 the eetate.of tit a

    infant's Sh comprising many styles heetofoe October_ 11, 1861. 40 tf October. 1aU. 89 tf W. T. MITCHELL Brumbley, late of Jefferson County are notified to decessed'Leon County befeby I'10 p''
    ____ _
    No'remberl,1851. 48 present their chums within lavor iid
    offered There are four oasesGentlemen's the time limited by persons haTing demand.agast Y
    I B met to whi a attention Negroes for Sale. Bricks and Lime. Salt. this notice will be pleaded in bar of their claims ; them wit tbetim. preBmbedby 1a": JI
    ae and all persona indebted to said eetate are request ii willbetleadinbsr of their wcoT ry,
    close ,
    T abe wi b J. M. WILLIAMS/a oonai;n.I 22 LIKELY and valuable NEGROES for sale JUST received 80M fine Northern Bricks 200 ea lit TUST received, 600 sacks Salty by to make immediate payment. eb&ed to aid estate an raq toIC
    I let by 8. a KNIGHT. lime and for J
    sale low by D.LADD. D. LADD. WARREN: BRUMBLEY, Adm'rJetYersOQ : IL Tr 1UAl .

    8, 1651 48 10 K. ftsmber22l&3k. M Newport January 81,1852. i tf Newport January aI, In2- 4 tf County,January 10, IMi, I 2m Mrur/iW t.J.: 5 Mi AdJa'r. .