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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: April 24, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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By CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, APRIL 24, 1852. i ". VOLUME' IVNO; 16.jjiFEMALE .,. :

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Sooth-Wes'ern Georgia.COLLEGE WAKULU HOTEL An Irish Lore Song. not inquire- of health, you look si charmante. ]heeded it;' witness how carelessly the letter roodities and long credit in quarter* -where
__' Of AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS.MrpHE Come to mt dearest-I'm lonely without tlce'. Oh si bctlle that make old UItIrnatOpyment. seems doubtful-l thosgh I
urinary.located: at Villa Nova, near Cnth-! Day time and night time I'm thinking about the. yon wear |had been put awy-how !Jorgotten bad been I
T RwU'pfc County, ,\-a" opened on the IGthnJ&nt. '! undersigned baring leased this well- Night time and day time in dream 1 behold thee- tlothes so longer dan oder ladies, and have j js its contents. I-Th' -
bert unkr rirfuta"tancc' decidedly encouruging.At .-'I i; ; '\ establishment rwpectfully in Unwelcome the waking which ceases to fold thee; > leetel 1 for me to bay. Milady Lucy Fer- Her tears fiowed in torrents, but Lucy I not what domestic misery they
the c1..* of the frt week the nuiuber of pupiLj he has had it the uniting aud travelling public that Come to me darling, my sorrows to lighten; nrs know she look well in anything, but yet Ferrars no longer strove to check them.- create.among the rich," interupted llady Lucy
Institution Amounted to seventy.S greatly enlarged and thoroughly re Come, in thy beauty to bless and to brighten should old clothes bitterly. J
file not wear : no right- And there gleamed through them a bright-I
yet
paired newly painted and furn f.hed.
of the faculty at the He bas Fishermen Come, in
are. present -
mcmbcra thy "womanhood meekly and lowly, fcr de trade and de hoosband "Stay; there are faults on both aides, not
'I'bc ) example-for smile than had visited her countenance for
furnish er
his
; Rcr.A. T. HOLMES.. M, JOHN HILLjr11Un.A constantly employed to table with Come, b thy lovingucss, queenly and : I
J.nl, Oysters and Fish in addition holy like de wife well dreessed 'ha the least of them being that girls in our stamoney. -
M, Ir AMANDA C. CLARKE and ; to which, evur delicacy always many a month. A resolve approved by all
Rr WILSON. will be provided the market will afford,"inclu- Swallows will flit round the desolate ruin hi!" her better nature was growing firm within her j tion are. too rarely taught the value or I .
J'be piknt is now corresponding Ladies of 1 i ding a cargo" of the Cool Stuff in the shape of Telling And of Spring of and love its joyous renewing. Poor Lady Lucy Too sick at heart toha.'e heart and that which an hour before would or that integrity money matters snonld behave
JJotton Ice thought and its
for the thy manifold
merit, \rbo Tiyl be employed a* their warm days. He lias a Carriage treasure them of honor second only to I
to a point one
literary
Dalmas'
anrelish for Madame
Are nauseous seemed dreadful
in circling heart with too to contemplate
fee rquiretl ; and the friends of our Cull constant attendance for Ladies and Invalids who my a promise of pleasure. .
.etce ma v Education generally may feel assured vri-h to visit the Baths which are now being put incomplete 0. Spring of my spirit 0, May of my bosom, compliments: and more than half aware losing half its terrors. How often an ascent, other. Now listed, my darling, before .we
l:an3 pen'ral Department "ill be represented by repair. Boats will be provided for those Shine out ou my soul till it bourgeon and (';. ; of her cheats and falsehoods, she yet tol- which looks in the distance a bare precipice, I dismiss this painful subject !orev r. You
the tent Professors and Lecturers. ( who wWi to make an excursion to the Li ht House, The Aud waste of my Life Las a rose root within it. ented the creature from her own dire ne- shows us, when '\\'e-pproach its face, the I have the greatest confidence in your maid,
'I'bt rS <-f 'tudy dried .flt.) three Depart.aEtand James'lie Island and other place about the Bay. thy fondness alone to the sunbhiue can win it I ce sities.j notches by which we may climb !-and not.a and enire nous she must be a good deal ia j

each Detriment into two Clasbes. |, Stable,havjmt which is completed furnished with a new careful and and commodious attentive Features-lift Figure that moves like a song thro the Even- j Sit down. Madame Dalmas," she said, few of the difficulties of life yield to oar will I the secret We shall bribe her to icrelion,

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT.ivfip :, 08tl<' In short the Propne pledges himself to Eyes, like the up skit thy 8 of reflex poor Erin of Heaven our mother. 1'am dreadfully in want of money ; but Irealy when we bravely encounter them. however, by dismissing Madame Dalmas at
>tdaof this Di-partmeiit 'Ill be princi- lo all in his power to conduce to the comfort and satisfaction Where sunshine and shadow are chafing each other, don't know what I have for you." Why did I fear him so much ?" murmur once and for ever. As soon as you c in spareHarris
J employed ia SpelinReading! and DefiningESSU of all who may favor with a call and solicits Smiles coming bcldon-, but child-like and simple. De green velvet, which you not let me ed Lady Lucy to herself. I ought not to I will send her to change a icqne at

p&t will be tau-ht Mental Anth-"8 00 t: a fair Newport.trial March 20, H52. A.11 B. YES. And opening their eves from the !,'art of a (dimple have bc-foie Easter, I still give you four have needed such an assurance as this to Coutts', and then, for expedition and I security .
0 thanks
to the
Sn""ur. that even thy seeming, she shall take the aid make
Sac, Geography. Ac--tuidwi per term, 10 00 Is left to the exile lo brighten his JrlllI ug. pounds for it. though perhaps you worn it throw myself at his feet, and bear even scorn on brougham
DEPARTMENT. New Goods. very much since then." and rebuke, rather than prolong the reign of a round to these tradespeople. Me inwhile,
ACADEMIC You have been glad when ,'ou1."l\f'W' I \*as gladdened, I will drive in the phaeton to I loc k at thabracelet"
&
ht HEIR RUST would again call the attention of Only twice-only seven times in all- falsehood and deceit. Yes-yes, and ga- you
ch" rill he tau? Arithmetic Dear. are you sad now, to Lear 1 am saddened fOur ,
.tbt'Grmlnlr first t HUMry Ac-tuiti..n ir term 15 00 I, DRESS to their well selected oto'k of SPRING hearts ever answer in tune and in time love, and It cost me twenty guineas," sighed Lady thering n heap of 1 papers in her hand with the I
be tl1u:2ht Alt'hra. GOODS, consisting of the! following: : love-letter" beneath them she descended On, no-no dear Walter, not thq brace.
Pl'Cnnd c1a.'rIll Plain As octave to octave and rhyme unto rl.j'me, )hose, Lucy. ,
In the) 1 and figured black Dar and Tissues I "
Rhetoric atral Hte-jF.AuoentHi.torj. ,, Plain c.lored"ges I eaiuu't weep but your tear will I hI' flowing Ah, lint so oldfashioned(1..) believe I the stairs. let. I
Jt-4uidonpcrtcrai. 15 00 Embroidered Muslins and Onrandies, You cannot smile but my eheikvill !III. plowing not see my money for it. Y oyCZ.\'OUll, dej I There i is no denying that Lady Lucy paus"Y es-y -I say yes. Thougl, not a

COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT.P Plain.4 and 1'rinted LawnChallys!, I You could will not not die linger withlutU when 1 w at ill my Law lU.i l dii-d. 1.\,'(lu\, e. .: Lady Lucy is one [petite lady-si jolie rnais ed at the library door-no denying that her quarrel this is a sorrow_ which has come between .
trot cb.I l bt taught =lturl.ll'j.i1o- t res petite. Ifsh were de tall grand lady f heart beat quickly, and her breath seemed us, and there must be a peacebflering.scll.uigh .
\1e Lo- Plaid ptripeJ and Cambric Ginghams, Come to m(, d<*ar, c.re I die of I Besides would have think hat -
Cic.Iui..trF, Im'rl1h'S'y, my sorrow. I not 1
ophc'B'tm; I Lace \ou tee de great dresses could fit small lady, spent bu. she was right to act on you you
20 00 Capes Collars and Cuffs, Rise on gloom like the Sun oil tomorrow. .
J'i-'r term, I my i but de leetel dresses fit but ver-few. the good impulse, and not wait until the newborn had reached the limits of my will, and of my
Thread
.StSS.,nil tw taught Natural Phi- L5 le nnd Mu!lin EtlanVgs! and Inserting, Strong, swift auJ fond as tile \\ordswhich I ? "- I "
MhCITlaiCS l Eiidencesrrtatuutv i Black Lace: and Chantilla t-ll", love, i "If I I sell l the gn-en velvet I must haveI courage should sink. means to gratify you.
Io.aopby'to b.'>Ac r,-tuition per term vO) OfPui Kid, Lihle and Twi-ted Silk Gloves anj Mittcu 1I With a w ng at yocr lip and a smile on your cl.cik, :I i I another next winter!" murmured Lady Lucy. I Mr. Ferrars had finished the newspaper To think that I could have do bted-
o ; Masic will be Linen Cambrics und Lawn: Handkerchiefs l hove. that I could have feared i" soblx d
intle'Dcpirtmuit of charged I Ah !-vous a\ez raison-when de season and was writing an unimportant note ; his you Lady j
j Cape Scarfs and Lace Yiettes.ALSO Come, for heart in alienee 5 i" I I
my yonr ".an'- I II Lucy, as tears of joy coursed down her
UO per II':1ncm. Haste. f'r i is nouvcautes come in. I tell you what-yon back was to the di;or, and heating the rustle
t Latin and French lan- my spirit sickened and drt.ary. I "
InFtrut.n 11he Gr without i(( i-rra clnrgc.EJ5nri I Bonnet Cnp nnd Belt Ribbons C nne to the arms whi'-ii alone sllUlJlo1fl'*" t1,"(, let me have also de white lace robe} you show of his wife's dress, and knowing her step, he cheeks. But, Walter, it is not ev< ry husband -
: 'm 1fiili he i.;jvefl llF -!II WHu11: ;. aube-obtained in Black and colored Slit in and Lusters do. Come to the heart wLk-h i i. throbbing) pn-as thee. I me once, the same time I bought from you did not turn his head sufficiently to observe. who would have shown such g nero!- ,

at e I ii T"'r nith.Tb Neck Tie end Neck Ribbons, I one little old peail I brock." 'I her countenance, but he said, good-humored- ty.
the 'j1jnz"!Tree: < .re' :.!cr.nm! to u"e every. effort to Silk an.I Cotton Yoht-t do. LADY LUCY'S SECRET. j I My weeding-dress { Oh no, I cannot I iy. I I think there are few husband., Lucy, tipI

Epai2: 5.11\(11 c u 11 t"b nay b the. State ; md they; TOg''thl'r'rith Holland Trimming and other Fringe.fancy article which BV ifts. M.'UTOV CROhLAMi.Mr. el! my \\"eddin -d;' s" exclaimed poor Lady 'f At lastVbtt! have you been about?- who do not estimate truth and candor as a-

oC1il're 11nt the' ;H"l'n'eie t of hi in lJ1.p T'.lC'lfln 1 a thiirouh Whlcll t11I'endsxrnpii.hL' : you will please call many and eraLiine U-f: .re piakinj, your Ferrars who sat reading the morning:I Lucy, preying her hands convulsively to. thought we were to go out before luncheon mong the chief of conjugal virtues:-ah, had
har":d"pt.:111! !Ilrt i11e rest .l i'ctlimed nt purchases. HEIR 4 RU&T. I paper, suddenly started with an exclamationof gether. to look at the! bract-let I mentioned to you." ,you confided in me when first you Edt the

'iil btU< zive ckanievr t the y.vjr.?U,has and that t! March 27 1652. I 12 tf grief and astonishment that uuuipljt''ly :I What for not I-you not want to marry No Walter-n.;> bracelet-you must never bondage of debt, how much anguish I wouldSomething
.
V-rai of r:1c:'*' anJ in,.ril them for\ 'f"in> any f pliei "f life. I 1 I "My dear Walter, what has happened!J" it.?! I Lucy spoke she leaned against chair for sup- 1 I
'f d'C Ir.ttei.e'! vail lie required tory ; TAYLUH & ('0. Piopnetor* ofJlie;: Co. I ;1It
itdI The prii j (wnr'' o1 r Lord's day, but the ET.mbuI Cotton GUI \ia nut art tin'. ha\e the,-atit she asked, with real anxiety. .I "Twenty-two ponn.l .?-why it is Brussels -. port. At such words her husband turned : about Adam's Fall;! II
1JIrUCU.r':1 I"d paC'ld'p ;'ni jruarJims re'psctitig the >tJCtion in announce: I I" I thfir pat i oiis and 1 the Plai: ). :| "A man a bankrupthoml thought as I point, and cost a hundred and twenty." quickly round, started up, and exclaimed, 1 A TE5IPEKASCE ANECDOTE. I
p:',Jc of v:Jr.p.! ; fha'.l:
co-iruJtace on the third Mon-. of mitl-al llieir; celebrated the air prepared I'nrMirM toMiipl\GINS.U'here |. any nuu.her 'i I true, people talked about him mor.th ago- keep it ten years :1uluot sell-and besides I pcned !I" and finding that even when he wound i South," used to relate the following anecdote,

Q! in }.tt':6t.r. \\"AUnr.\:\. : these Gins haveen incenitpd, it would ; spoke SU-pl :iou!-l'y nf his personal extras you buy dear; great Uily often buy ver his arm round h'rhe still was mate, he conto i illustrate the influence of a bad example in
$"1I'f.1T1/t" tide Board vf Trusted.ritaarT2S.lSM. i! he deomfd nnocean lor the ManufacluierMotdV gance, and, above all, said that his wife was dear"! and Madame Del.nas! shook her head tinued, Speak-this silence breaks my heart the formation of habits, ruinous in thbir ef
: e :Sm !1 a word in their !'a"\I'I! they fed 1 confident I the machines ruining him." with the solemnity of a sage. I, -what have I doie to loose your confidence fects- i
'i have been brought to nch perleciion that I "His wife!" I No, no ; I cannot sell my wedding-dress," ,I !" Adam, and Mary, his wife, who hiked 'in.
Iheir
$100,000 SAVED : in prcftret.ce superior. to perish allot mance tier Giti" ill now n-ccmmerd in U!.. For them the, I "Yes ; but I cannot understand that port again murmured the wift.11: be it recor-i,, Not you-I-"gasped the wife. "Your one of the old States, were very goo members U' .
: ,' .. -, of thing. A fl'\\ hundreds bafiled! but words breakfast this letter have rolled of the church of folks
I PEARL STKHET AND FLETCHEREET. ldClion 01 I no-( \\no nve not u-ea t tiie! jir. I year more or : ded the temptress, for once was ; at -- good sort anyway
FmE NEW! YOilK. Three Frnt'etl and their\ .irtd 1 ar II nnacq'iai tiled with ihtir i I"IHlt 111 ion, I he Pro : less could be of little moment to a man like !t at the expiration of nn hour, Madame Dal- the stone from my hl'nrt-I must confess quite industrous and thriving ;in the U
tZtz Je.tr""cl. IVel I* V.-f-'re word* ,' nti't"r'lllel'd only' >?\ that lIe! }'ZR'T Pieininm : Beaufort, and I don't suppose she pent more 1 mis left the house, with a huge bundle under I the tl'Uth-I am liko Mrs. Beauford-in debt world, and Mary thought a great deal I of the j 1

KICK'S SAILS AGAIN !1! i iUna 'have been t the annidml sreai to'l ale them Fair for held t the at LEST A:lanta GIN, Georgia ex1iltilfdal -- ;, than you do, my duling.t any late sheI her arm, and a quiet satisfaction revealed in frightfully in debt." And with a gesture, minister, and the minister thought a\\ great {;d -

S-*I' of laeir Ka'xc:' The Safe iraJ: by Rich i Co. defitdt'j and Mechanic"'P.ir, held at lurribus ; and at the I truth was, that she got frightfully iato debt i while to Stud. the expression oflierdisagree- .I she slipped from hir arms and sank literally I Whenever the minister called to make Ma .f
niRni: V'm ht oat its contents without a Annual Fair (.1 th<> trk of lire: t-poa th'-m! 'i Clntlr: ,,. The Cotton tinned on thctc Gir1* re.roh".II.e that multiplies itself in a most astonishing I I Again La sly Lucy locked her door ; and What ever plngrr.. Terrors felt at the trived to have Lim a glass of tody made' and
i fit&t t P: >ini im at the exl.ibitifn held in I .
Ii GILBERT'S LETTER. j| harh.tlr! SSU:h lttI1iraiHdry! Fairwl) ore manner, and sows by the w.-iysidu the seeds : placing a bank: note and Mime sovereigns on '; knowledge of her fault, it seemed overpowered the minister never refused to imbibe. After awhile
:J':1t is ritrctira AMI rr-.K t. fTaccrE xmvoaK. I IE'Y'Jl& ,.amde. of Cf't.ll fr<>m t them hare been pxhihilrd. of all forts of rniser '. Then |Koplo say that I( the table, she sank intonKiwchiirand while''I by the sense of her present anguish-an I Adam got to following the example .f fj
: Deemnjer 20. 1851. \' The Pinpiietfi l h3\'t in t Ihrir po...!.ionnumt'r- I when piy-day: C.IIUP Ilt last, bickfrlugfe !\ a ft"iV largeilent to.-i flowed down' her I anguish! that proved how bitter had been the I the minister to such an extent, that he became r

Ifcj : Srr.txf.&X, ux. FUl'p.or to C. Ricn ':: 'rtii-ion"tI"ri I ifici'e" from Punter and !, Coton !fr.ln": of .Cotton Coin- I I[ sued, their domestic happiness was broken cheeks, she at l.i-t found courage to open the I I expiation ; and he !Mfted his wife to a sofa, I a drunkard up everything be J l .'

t(0/'.Xo IJ C '.tj 'cr t:rl>t't. ?\ -Y"rk :-Sins. M h'!!i G' O('*, teinc thaI the pcrfoimancecif hlfacturel"' the Gins, : up, Beaufort grew reckless, and plunge! i into three letters which had hitherto remained, unread }bent over her with fondness, called her by all I bad, and all be could get. Mary and tie became tI
the! firv was c" 'i uuii.c my place of BuineNo.. 21G! I the excitement of the nuddest cuations." ; in her The first th- the dear to which her in following
:and the !:Inpl.pr"; uC'c bthrtn, cannot be ex- 4 sp( apron pocket. ,- [ pet names ear was accustomed very poor eonsequenceofhis : .
Pearl Sl't I va ab:it in Ilena.u-r ii'octiou Crmty.atZ with.]t t- .el.r: han' '\' Gin.*v<-r inannfarturfd I How dreadful! murmured Lady Lucj I second, K-emod in contain nothing to sur- and nearer twenty times than once the minister's example so closely ; but the
u"wc' : un')1ratu ia C' my
Ex'-'wrrjr.i-a :: :'I' a:..j I IUl nit r.-al th-ac 'tnt i1tii! local r'J'I As'-iit- f"r,Gm or rv\ardcd, given (ithero l I" t lhe our trn.1ot;, Dreadful indeed I don't know what 1 [priNf(. her, however much there might he to : gave her the kiss of forgiveness." f good minister continued his visits, and poor I
b'k' whHJ PI'PI (fo\ \ should do with such wife." it different with the l.1st- I nd it is of I have been !" continued still him of
but A Mary to
I*hc Jarful it "'a* t'\n late; to save m v f.il; h, '\in! .ilv\a\- r ceiie: pr'inij.t attention. Gil'0 a annoy : was ; yon frightened give a glass
"-7e p>t,.i n i 'j2 of your *af.'', 1vjrcLa.e.I from Mr. I i iU I \\i1w .ent lo any: part of the coui.ln, and war-! '4 Would not you forgive her if you lov -d here was a gross overcharge, and perhaps it i I i cried Lady Lucy, clinging to his hand.- I tody. One day be called in and told Mary
n-u wiui: yre II;c. }Iy f.ars wrc not ollaye1T Jlttd to mvp fat ,'factifo. her \'cnmudl ?" asked Lath Lucy, and she was not with quite n dUngrecahk feeling }m You wLo I thought would never make any that he was going away for a week-s lould ;

I:JamJ'.'It"r it n -c.40'*irv h Ivr*upon l hf.fn-e'l ray return\\a. oir.M t.Mijj.lytfisCrjim 'I l towtB'flpaM'ri'ra'i'ns I' Coltimii9.G JOS! L...DUTTON.Match 2',),Apent 1S52., Tllaha-soe.11 spoke 'in the singularly calm tone of suppressed I that Lady Lucy tumid! something! of which excuses for faults you yourself could not have I return on Friday-and handed her a book con 11 ,

: a >\kliich} it n-q-ured rl ryr -- ly, I emotion. she could justly' cnniitI. She ro: hur- 1 committed !'* I taining the catechism, and told her when he
r four li, i ac1i b'-d. Yon nny jud!.- of mytiiie'v : ;' IN GENERAL. were the fault of youthful inl.'xpcri''nrc-Lut had long been used as a receptacle for old I have I 1 dare not say so." answer some ofthe questions. Mary |says, 1 ?
dnria, *h; :1eby: ani my a-crei'nble if uumfjer iurpncpna f so much falseness, mean deception, anti men letters and accounts. I I "Tell me how it all came about," said Mr. I Yes," and laid away the book carefvlly.But .- :
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ps'-limon"j ju", t:&.:find' niy tn"k t and p iper" t fared and L. f. lffcKEESONESPECTFULLY tal deterioration must have accompanied such To tell the truth, the interior of the desk ; Ferrars, drawing her to him tell me from the f Mary, like a good many other church ( 1

I'l'Tible l ; ji" they were previous, t tcn
SJa-naukr;*aure 1 frun, tlw e.'n.liti-tn 41""keltt4 f another.nly Safi%remain-(not U by )!r. J. L.purcl.iit G ItOSf H,t-.tnljj-lolwl1t c.n Adain "trt'l.t, near lately DarnulI.l'l'ownc-d I As he spoke, the eyes of Mr. Ferrars were of verses, and papers of many descriptions, I t, choking-loosened the collar of her dress for turn. r i I'.

d IUlJ: III'! : ,) ve.t which"fa nn Iron L.>"kTlt>> vtre culU' Cabinet Ware-riNim. atnl i is prt'l'nn.d to do all w(ik fixed on the leading article of the Times, not I" were huddled together, and it was not by any bieathing space and gave him the knowlYhat shall do?" says she, "the minister 1 {.
paina! in Uw)a II:lIe Ee,,tnoo, on the -. "aiL I fl.Nir" fiomf'uirfitlif'V of the above (character in the Aery best manner, <.nHa on his wife. Presently Lady Lucy glided means surprising that Lady Lucy failed in edge he asked in broken exclamations. is to be here to-day, and I havn't lo iked ti
f-'J \ p<'n era-*' of enithcni ware 1:1: the ..onable' trrme, and' with punctuality d.-.patcli.He from the room, without her absence being her search for the original account by which I Before I was married-it-began. They into the book be gave me I How can I an. ft j 1 1
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tL&r.! ihc'nii-MJ safe up.i tha SalamHil ler. Jf thfirPiUoa claims to understanb liif bu-ine. n thoroughly, andto at the moment observed. Once in her dress i to rectify the error in her shot maker's bill persuaded me so niiny-oh, so many-unnecessary swer the questions I" ,
t-kd'-t.-ti; v ou.'Itre he l both h able Mid willing to jri\' IIati"fictioll'tll all 1 I \ r'
rcra'iiied.had b t-i Mv rever-ed lo iver 1I"t'l.l1l the ill urah"c u j 1.'. fJlI.t who may funii-h him with w ork. Particular atten ing-room, she turned the key, and sinking into I In the furry and norvous trepidation, which I things were-needed. Then they "I can tell you." says AdAm.Smith'stand> !Gi l;
J tbe halvati'-n: (Ir' m'l>,. .V;. iu'CI r abt\mnlir.] tin"111 IM ]iaid to a low chair, gave vent to her grief in some had latterly become almost a constitutional I would not send the bills-and I-for a longtime a quarter and let me go over to I.. :
'ith the fl'l'rt'ow.nt.1.ti.t\; *10i.0) (>0, and important IIORhE SHOEING AND FARRIERY.in of the }bitterest tears she had ever shed. She, ailment'with, her, she turned out the contents -never knew-what I owed-and then get some good rum, and yon can answe his 11 j
dflentg whirlt could not be duplicated, )Iti fulviiwt1o&itcd !. too in debt "' her husband I into chair and and then-I I should have the with of "
which he ha hail much oxj'*ricnce; nnd ]>cr on" was ; frightfully, (If the writing-desk an easy thought power questions a glass tody. n 1-
!' ; me.aif.ird exuibit\ the owt ing nn:malv.hooe feet have been injured by has used the right ; "hoj elebslyf" so far as then keeling before it, she sat herself to the -but-" Mary took the advice-gave Adam a c uar h
It to new
aire
SJ<"pureiia.'eoI ill of me u great u. :lId p1ca 1 t\paii! It* mi-rits. at my cau'le in or the bungling making nnd Shoeing) or which f may their} require satisfying her creditors, even out of the large task or carefully examining the papers. Soon Your allowance was not sufficient ?I" asked ter and a jug, and off he started. Af.er get. t 1

IwIilt<,f5P, No. 231 Pl.arl..tn..t.ht'r<- I riiJl nluaia .- arc nicety inited to give him a trial adjustment There uutil the new l1UiJin: S n. 21 1 fi i* i-rocu-d. the buMiicMn requiring a more careful or })racticed she had not the courage voluntarily: to tell I expected in that place, and which still bore spoke. Adam concluded to taste the rum. One 1 aste ,
Yours, rci' '.fully., GILBERT. hand than) the Shoeing of Hordes, and h4 begs )lenve the truth, which yet she knew must burst up- the marks of a rose, whose withered leaves Ob, yes, yes, yee most generous, and followed another, until he stumbled ov ;r a tI J
'nIt.n'lerincd incite JOSEPH t C.,t'ntrv(;merchant IInd to assure the public that it shall be well done at his on him crc long. From what small begin also remained, that had been put away in its yet it was always forestalled to pay old bills; pile of rocks and broke the jug and los all f t .

".'I\!!ek. ,hlK'p. 2S, ] K52. 8 nings had this U pas shadow come upon her! fold. The roo Walter Ferrars had given and then-and then my wants were so many. the rum. But Adam managed to stajger '4 t
Wltt. tparrieuUrlvtho-cliavinK) Rich's wifisa"tt : J February- This; fh tig*' i* intended to apply only to the And what: "falseness, mean deception, and I her on t the eve. of their. marriage, and the. letter I was so weak. Madame Dalmas has had home. t1 ",
.)\II tsa s.t the "' :.tl4G Water trect. NewJork Blacksniithlng and C oachsmithing, bu'.ine-the Carriage mental deterioration hid truly been hers I was in hiM liana-writing, and bore nut a dresses I could have worn when I had new Soon as he got into the Louse, Ma in 1; /,
fl-,)? tcMetWmtorijr (If )h. GilU'rtV Fare with Making Ix-ing, n-* )heretofore under the exclusive Even the fancied relief of weeping was a few days earlier date. With quickened pul- ones on credit instead, and-and Harris has quired anxiously for the bottle of rum. l
Jxwi
to r njfa*fa unii die urkj'l.Kxt5fnctioii which and l.o has gratification kI\'I1)lwrmitt.od! of the; control und management of Mr. J. L. Groncr. luxury denied to her, for she feared to show ges she opened: the envelop; and though a had double wages to compensate for what a Where is the bottle and rum, Adam "

public. ,- LT.N-- -. the evidence of tears ; thus after a little while mist rose before her eyes, it seemed to form lady's maid thinks her, perqaisites ; even articles t Poor Adam managed to stammer ont" that !
3T Or Jen for Bare'iar Proof Vaults, and Vault I Groceries, &c. she strove to diive them back, and by bathing into a mirror in which she saw the bygone ( 1 might have given to poor gentlewomen I he stumbled over a pile of rocks, and b oke i

**Jn,fiuLijnly and fckhfullv <'XCUtC'l.STEARNS '. !I received Win. Grierson, from New Or- I ber face before the glass, and drawing the hours. And so the read-and read. I have been mean enough to sell. Oh, Walter the bottle and lost the rum." J
: & !IARYII JUST", per I braids of her soft hair a little nearer her eyes, It is the fashion to laugh at love-letters, I have been very wrong; but 1 have been t Mary wasin a fix-Adam drunk .-the min. J
HG TTater lit.$ ansi corner fSucctiwtrs Avenue to A Rich and bt.
P:1II'e..SCU'1"'lIk.: Owners of the ewlu-nc right (.f 1 fi bulk POI lc, trace. Never, when dressing for court or to light With the noblest of both sexes if an iron cage were rising round me,- tions unlearned. I )
: Iadi. Patert fT United Suite-, and 10 tierces Sugar-cured nod Plain Hams, effusions sacred and would be from which could free and But here the minister. t ttill
thP\ whole <(f tIll' I Rice gala, had she consulted her mirror so close such are profaned you only me- yet, comes It wan't
Datnu"Wfldr, tcakeri of SabmatKler nr.ff* nnlJning WILDEII'S both 160 4 l arrels prime Family and, Superfine Flour, ly ; and now, though the tears were dried, by tho perusal of a third person : but to-day, 1 think 1 could have died rather do for the man of God to 'see Adam drunk,"

1arr.anler eommmly Safes with called Ilich'1 RICH'S Safes or 3 1 liogsbcad prime Sugar, she was shocked at the lines of angush- when a.warm and true heart is joined to a than confess to you." so she, for want of a better place to hide,: tent Y i
Petflhiry,3S2. &patent 3m f barrels Leaf. Lard, those delvcrs of the wrinkles of age-which I manly: Intellect ; when reason sanctions and My poor girlYby! should you have him under the bed. By the time he was air. h 'f
20 kegs 4' marked her contenance. She sat before ber coistancy maintains the choice which has feared met, Have I ever been harsh I" 1 ly under, in came the minister. After sitting

o1..na House, Quincy, Florida. VO 5 boxes barrels Cheese Mess Pork, looking glass-glass, one hand supporting her been made, there is little doubt that much of Oh, -no-but! you are so Just-so a few moments, he asks Mary if she thot cbt*? I
10 Molasflf. bead, the other clutching the hidden letters sitiple, truthful, touching eloquence is oftento strict in all these things-" she could answer thequestion, how (didmd ,.Io .
GO n BO LI> & !T A n X C! rc pectfjlly 5 Big Hominy which she had not yet the courage to open be found in a "lover's" I letter That 1 hope I am ; and yet not less do I understand Adam fall !" :1
that
;;9 havp purcha-sod inform the the above public Etabli.hment they, 5 White Beans, There was a light tap at the door. wtich, the wife now persued with strange how all this has come about Now, Mary turned her bead first one way 'r 1
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I.and will spare no pain to contribute to 25 10 sacks Rio] (,Coffee& the eosif6rt of their gue.U. The r table will be -vcl1supliea 3 l sxes Lemons It 1 J I, my lady," replied Harris, her some girlish depreciation herself and couta'ned -tell me the amount' He fell over a pile of rocks!" .
:ahran! xil-j the bet that cnn bejw.icured.and their 2 l>oxe' Smokol Tonjruen. Low fur the ra7 I faithful maid, Madame Dalmas is here." : these words ;iff She strove to speak but could not It was now the minister's tare to lix>k
tig&rL proviJed with ehoiceviiwc.. Liqnorp and BERRY & BOWLES, Auctioneers. tc. Lady Lucy unlocked the door and gave You tell me that In the scanty years of r "Three figures or four tell me." blank ; but be ,ventured another qoettioi...
TLey continuance of thetri&ge
1uh' uck
Lerctofure ie-jx! > extTnJed to n the IIoue. March 18.1852. 10 orders that the visitor should be shown up.- y ur past life, you already look back on a I am affraid-yes, I am affraid four," Where did he hide himself After the fall ,

C. GODn01.D.Qu. Extra Cotton Osnaburg, With the name had come a flush,of hope that hiudred follies, and that you have unnumbered murmured Lady Lucy, and hiding her face Mary looked at the,minister, and then at

0. W. STARNES. the Howard Factory,Columbus,Ga. a splen some trifling temporary help would be hers. faults of characier at which I do not from his view; "yes, four figures, and my the bed, bat finally she out with it- .
IDCj, llllunry J7, IS:2. 2 tf FROM article, f,)r isle at mnnufiwturen priw and Madame Dalmu called herself a Frenchwoman eren guess. Making some allowance for a quarter received last week gone every penny." Under the bed, sarI There, Adam, J 011 iJ r ;.
I I traders are particuUrly desired to "Antoinette but 1 will it bill shall be this out he knows all about -
BILLIARD TABLES. expense Country and signed fiurative expression, answer may "Lucy,every paid day; may come ; it!
pl E SUBSCRIBERS offer for sale TABLES 10( I I call and examine lf're sending abroad 10 for D. *LADD.supply. she was really an English Jewess of low ex. 00 so.' What then ? I have never called but you must reward roe by being happy." The good minister retired-not even,w ). '
per 'l'nt.lt.h tlinn any other Ectab'ifhineiit' in I| New Port, March J J3. S52. traction, whose true name was Sarah Solo. yin an angel, and never desired you to be Generous dearest! But, Walter; if you ing for his glass of tody. -

the lei ty.(!f ." YWk. with unproved Cloth or Pa-I Groceries, &c. mona. Her "profession" was to purchaseand perfect., The weakness which cling, tendril- had been a poor man, ,what then I" -
all t 1-1\1'1 Iniia Hulibcr CuoltHiiM "hi. h are preferred tol| JUST received per Elizabeth from Sew York sell-the cast off apparel of ladies of like, ',to o fine nature, not unfrequently bind Ah, Lucy, that would have been a very 'MotsB Coi.ozD.-Dry ,goods stores re
ted Sta.tet no" m uw by the bet player* m the,Um- 20 boxes superior Cheese fashion; and few of the sisterhood bare car- us to U by. ties we do not seek to sever. I different and an infinitely sadder story. Instead sometime the scene of ludicrous converts*. J
for and
tted to corrcctneM in their place and elasticity for year, vi'hmit are vartand re-- 2 C casks" Rice Macaroni, ned the art of doable cheating to so great a know :/jpuor a trne-hearted girl,. but with of the relinquishment of some indal tions. The other day a yo ng lady step ed ,

an Pixiti;' Gentl-nnwi wishing to purchase T Wo of 6 barrels Crushed Sugar, proficiency. With, always a roll of bank the bitUT lessons of life still unlearned ; let genes hardly to be missed, there might have into a well.k own establishment in town, d
CIa cSeIoiptlOll1, with )Marble Maboyany or Tine Bed, 2 ,White Bean, notes In bold leathern pocket-book, and it be nirpart; to shield you from their sad been ruin, and poverty, and disgrace. You enquired of a handsome clerk,
bare '
e2lt, eir orduTk filled the same a* if they were '10 Bu ter Cra era always a dirty.canvass bag,full bright SOT knowledgeyet what sorrow or evil falls have one excuse,-at least you knew that 1 "Sirhave you 1 any mouse- colored. ladies

tbl C1othe by addrewinjf[, Dalk, Cues ut by Mace mail.. Always French Leather on hand,, 1 box Bologna Sauwges. Ac eroigns in.ber pocket, she had ever.the subtle upon yoi, I most or ought to share. Let as could pay.at last" gloves f* ,
BERRY
A
p obis;'Poo1 Bowdi. and Cue Wax of be best do- March 20, 18S2. JIOWLES 11 Auctionecrm temptation for b-r victims ready. have noiecreti'; and while the Truth which Ah, but at what a price The price of "Mouse-colored ladies mir
bpiEeadI for uhipping at the borteot ontice.CEIFFITU i Madame Dalmas-for, she mast be called gives' ill purest lustre to your eye, and its. your love and confidence." sort of gray-jo t the color or ,-'
4 DECKER. Salt. according to.the name engraved ,on' ber card richest.:rose to your cheek, ,still reigns in No. Lucj-for your confession has beenVoluntary your,drawers there;" meaning the ttort 4ra a' .

Tr ._ 90 Ann street, JTew York. DIRECT D4PORTATION.-2000 sacks Salt re- -was a meanly-dressed woman of about your sod, I cannot dream of a fault grave ; and I ,will not ask myself what I era, which were painted gray. *, : .J..l

1 1S,1&52. B 2m for sale W perbark W the quantity Resolationfixim by Glraeentor.ind D. LADD. forty; :witn'bright eyes"and hooked. nose,, enough jto deserve harsher rebuke than the should have felt had the knowledge come Mj drapers* Miss,"ejaculated tM.TodiT .

nxtCU: : USTANG'LtNINT. New Port March 20.! I !. 11 a restless sbafiuag manner'and an ill-pitched kit of rgUeness. from another. After all, you have Allen to a man, glancing downward Ua Jrees,to 9 arJL
DtU'GGISTS and Merchants can (in'ppUea voice.. Her jargon was "a mixture of bad "What lines to read at inch a moment!- temptation which'beseU the wive* of the rich if \everything 'was "right .and tight; ,M3 y -

u r Dieter's price by.p pHcatton toIS&AJES Spring: Hats. French and .worse English. No wonier their meaning reached ber mind i for more than those of the poor or,,strugglinggentlemen. drawers, ofa why /< ? wr,/*' of .

I TIlE ktett style fnr GcoU,Boys, sod Youth,just. .'," Bon jour niiladi Luc, ,"" 'she.exclaimed fr differently than it had done when they were Tradespeople are shrewd enough The "young ,lady *at Carried botne on a

8. lU 'Wbo1t a ApDtI tl for f1onda.. J i I llarch\'ed:7, 1SC2.aiH fur sale 1:by H I& i RUST. *.-she entered Lady Lut'.,', sanctum, "need first re. ed. Thea' abe.could htva little ta one respect-they do not press their com shatter. "

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! ,PoczDIm; 4. In the iesolutlons bf the to last De THE'FLORWAN! nnilr many. the people of Thrir vj3e thS TheChartafab Jfmntyb ] Li& Th.tiae .

W thS l>6tiiocritlo StaiTConTentioa.Ponunnt ocratio National Conventions, held in 1844 and 1848, The IIo Ohirles J.F ulk.er, cue of the membenaf Wa Coagratolate for Oovern aDd Coa of tbe Peaasjltania ]Ds

: condition of the Congrew from Virginia, AWefl known Whig though happy seledJon of candidates, Pmld atial ticket
so fir as applies*** to the present ? ConTSUtt0" suggests a jirhieh,
Democratic
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to appointment, delegates from variom country, and *B believe their strict observance not only TALLAHASSEE elected u A Union man, fcaa recently writtcfe a letter greg made by the recent candidati for Oortrnor, W a weald carry such a %htof ,j

Florida Convention to be conducive to the prosperity of Uw people, but to his constituents, declining the appointment n delegate Judge BaooMK, our and ctfatr1 1
I4 : tarts of the State of met in at SATfffcDAY AJBIL 24 i8.- BodmtandJDf, and every TrnnnJMi ilulli
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T ilad1ion Court House, In the Methodist Protestant essential to the preservation of tbe Union. to Uw Whig National Couentk* In the course gentlemen of strong and vigoron and 0er ectIy OrSrWbtIZUIPgt

3 Church, on Monday, April 19, 1852, at 12 o'clock M. 8. That we deprecate the agitation of all questionsgrowing TERMS.-Three Dollars per araiwa, ifteid b tfblR letter Mr. F ulb T gives conclusive rwoons why among the best Informed men tpon political md ready die- "Mx-. Buchanan starts 5tha B
Soulhem "Wings cannot act with tte Northern Whig subjects in our State. He is a strong is the choice of UuGeorgte ,
The meeting was called to order by Gvn. Jon P. Do- ; out of the domestic institutions of the country, advance |S 50 if paid within MX months of tie time and Democracry
; in the Election. We ask the reflecting bator, pressed of rare argumentative powers Alabwrn. Missm.sp sn
VAl, of Leon, and J. P. K. Savage requested to act as or tbe revival cf issues already past, with a view t' of subscribing; and 4 00 at the end of the yeai Advertisement party Whigs of approaching Florida to ponder well the testimony second to,no man on the stump b FlorfdA. His bearing Florida and North Carolina, p

; &crctary.L such agitation, as mischievous and unwise, and as cal *, One Dollar periq'nareof 12 lines tr first, firm and dignified. His moral which tie Pennsylvania reso1 It
of is gt-ri\le courteous,
L; Cot Robert Brown Columbia moved that a Committee culated to introduce divisions among the people and and Fifty Cents for all subsequent Announcements Mr. F. gives, not only as to the thorough rottenness trine of State Rights and strict sji.strougpIedgstheygiveofresp .
insertjgQ and above reproach.
character is altogether spotless
the Northern Whigs, but as lo the elevated position
: of two from each weaken the bonds dour fraternity.
consisting political
county represent-
of candidates Five Dollars
sound
es iways the Northern Democratic and especially He w a planter, and a native of the Sonth South, will tead to strtogtbeo b
party
occupied by
t, .1 be appointed by; the Chair, to recommend officers 4. That we deem it expedient and proper that Florida in advance Mar
be Religious Obituary and
to ,
paid feud the utmost the South the
by rach, of the distinguished gentlelben spoken and consistent Democrat, b whom xve throughout anti acys, a
: for the organiratlon cf the Convention ; should be represented b the Baltimore Ccct : riage Notices, not exceeding 12 InKswfll bejxi&Ished of as likely to be nominated for the Presidency by pride and confidence. doctrines and pledges art In bar my w
Which muion carried aad the be held b June and that this Convention he" has ajwfl malntamtd thro
was fallowing per- tirm i, to next, gratia. J2? No certificates of the publication of estate pies Aent-
for
candidate Congress,
MAXWSU
tie Baltimore Convention. We know there are distinguIshed AfocsTcs K our His a
B3j* appointed said Committee : accordingly' appoint two delegates for the State at \ puWkeareer. high ability, bnn
or legal notice* of any (dacrlptie given Whigs in this State whose love for their is a gent Jcmon of acknowledged talents, pre principles and Ida moderation of character azall..
Columbia-Robert Brown, George W. Stewart. large, and: three for each geographical division cf the until the advertising fee is paid his sIres1
and in favor
aad increase
country is greater than their attachment to party and pleasing manners, persuasive eloquence, es- ments is ebane ,, V
Jeon-chare8 E. Dyke, W. G. Moseley.JackMn Stat. the South East, Middle and West, to represent and examination trill rather sub
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we ask such men to think well of their duty in times cry way tulculatedto honor the high position to which I : dibthb e s
t W. H. MUtoji, J. F. McClellaaJar.'on Florida b that Gmveutioa. :.r \Ve arc indebted to Senators a1o,ton and Miiiory number of his friends. Still, si
like these. We ask no whig to unite with us who is the democratic party would elevate him. In few men I
i -S. St. Ge >rgje Rr.jers.Gadsden THOMAS BALTZELL, Ckrnn.) and to Mr. Cube-11, for publio documents. and crookedness of party politics Hat it hy no >
I not satisfied that it is his duty as a patriot so to do,but is blended more happily trcmg common sense, full I follows that the candidaV* in iar<}r ot whom ttT Sand

-V. W. White, J. IL Dupont Which resolutions were read separately, and on motion TEMI ER\NCTM.. E. Levy, Eeq will please acc< .tour we do r.hk that they shall impartially and with a due and accurate bformatioD inanity t>f address, and warm the stroueeet areumcnti cab'be' lafrlv tm '5wb

Jtfaditon-Benjamin F. Wnrdlaw, Bcnjamia Waldo. adopted unanimously. thauls for u copy of the able address eWiveridbyhim sense of their responsibility exaniirrc the reasons for zeal, dulj tempered with discretion. Mr. MaxwzLL the game. So much depends on a1rUI' ,'!
ft ; St. JILJ'lS-F. C. Humphries.Putnam meet end bargaining, that the iotaidcntioi
The Committee appointed to apportion the raiv> ol be fore the Temperance Society of Mie-cabopy and against co-operating with the Northern WhfgB.No ia not without distinction as a Democrat, having serr naturally would decide the matter, bare a cb
P. C. <
.* Humphries.Machua voting, and to draft rules for the government of the East Flerda. one will acvuso me of having upon any occnpion ed iu the Senate of the State from this cocnty. Hi being overlooked and a choice i Jade not bcan,, .

8 -XL S. Perry, H. Bradford Convention, made the following Report : ciprerseil any distrust of the Southern VtfhSgs.I .- selection was fortunate, as he is not only an able adyocato man thinks it will be the best fo< the country.butT i

Levy-Philip Dell, C. L Wilson.Duial The Committee to \vhoni was assigned the duty of cr? The French Spoliation Bill jiossed the Semteon have had too many opportunities of knowing and of Democratic principles, but ia a gentleman- cause a sufficient number cf craft r wire-pullers beStr*

:. -F. Livingston. apportioning the Votes of the Representatives in Ce>n- the 1'Jlb, by a vote of 20 to 13. appreciating their fidelity, patriotism and public spirit for his virtues. it will. be tiit most profitable fcr lu-melves.
Franklin Dr. S. W. P. IJobarLJrferson I know they Live every where contributed a very deservedly popular personal Apparently, the most frtnldable ccmt
: Spencer rent it ni, beg leave, through their-Chairman, to make tr; Cotton vas quoted hi New Yoik on the Bth fair and liberal proportion to the numbers those con With such standard bearer as BROOM and MAX Mr. Buchanan will be Senator Douglas of
John E. K.
; Finlayson Blackburn. tho f Mowing Report: at 8| @ 81 for middling. rtJtuting the Union I'ury of the South. I cannot say WELL, we feel the most assured confidence of tic triumphant Really suptrierb talents. Douglas La's the ,

L. WatMa-y. W. Walker, J. G. Paik.Jfonrof We have used every exertion to arrive at the precise that I bite had tbu MMIIV confidence: in the Northern success of our principles in the approaching making all his powen available for popularity tad i
U. V. SnclLJilMorovghU. his. If refer to files will find that ihieuce- In the Northwest be would
t; number of Convention. w you your you as Lave a
Democratic oters the ccvt-ral Counties Democratic State TO
> in far lack March 18-10 in letter addressed contest We are certain that our opponents will concede cordial has
4 V. SntU. as a by me and general support, one not a form
After retiring, tire Connuittee recommended the following ropret-ented ia this Convention, and would recommcnd The proee'cdiiKjs of the Demee-ratic Convention, to the viitirs of Berkeley county, I expressed the reluctancc even thing w e con claim fur our candidates, and porters b Virginia. The great dfcuper to the futtm

tf I > which met at Madi-nn, 1-11 Monday the 1'Jth inrtant, which I felt iu co-optrating politically wit! admit their rare qualifications for the respective stations that the clainu if tire candidates iviil be pressed tjft
! persons as officers of the Convention, which re- tin-in. Tbb diftnist has not been ltT encd by the fact zeal that will degenerate intc *
let. That each County bo allowed one vote. a acrimony, u
in columns vtLk'h
will be found at our to-day. They to they a pire.
length
A4- port was unanimously concurred in : that in 1850, they gave m almobt unanimous vote against when the choice u finally made, '$here will be i
Capt DANIEL 13IKD{ President Ud. That for every fifty Democratic voters in any will doubtless be read with great interest by the j-o- the jwspge of the Fugitive Slave Law,-a Virginia. era! concurrence b sustaining i If Bueha-L.

County, one additional vote be allowed- the Democratic of such indispensable importance to the South could be the
Democratic
Dr. S. W. SrcNccHon. pie of this State, and especially by measure The 'uviuigs of Virginia have at hist taken ground end Douglas agreed upon as I&.
D.H.MAIS, Upon this )baU, the fcJlowing would be the vote : The Convention wan looked to with anxiety I i that I presume no reflecting man supposes for one mo- et for PrewJent and Vice President, *, do net U
; Vice Pjeeident, of the several Counties to Wit party. '| Silent that this Union could be maintained without appointed delegates to the National Whig Convention. here that the Whigs could make a respecUlleriov
EOEEKT BttOW.V, represented, : aud with confident 5t>
friends expectations by
: by its > soiiif effective legwluti- on that subject. Neit.Lerhas I Their delegates go instructed to vote for Mr. Fillmore lug iu opposition. But it is probably expecoof tb
q H. V. S.N LI
1. Jackson 6 vot.
enemies Unit its deliberation would result in iliaster i ito I that distr .t been Iv-H-m-d L by the lurt, that upon a I aa the first choice of the Whigs of Virginia. Ttey much moderation in the caneiidates. and too mwl-

J. P. K. SAVAGE, ) Secretanes.M 2. Franklin, 4 tjie party thru !h'ml the State But v.'e are I.ap- rtfent cciMon ill the HUKSC of Kepresentatives upon that will other common sense ia the party, to lock fcr nii a ecchi.
w W. U. MILTON however,proclaim they support
3. Leon, 8 that its session was mot hnrmonlnus. 'i u m ti'Ui submitted by Mr. Fit"Ji of Indiana,there were any nation.'
; Mc-sere. T. Livingston, P. W. White and C. F. Dyke pv to announce 1 found but twelve Northern whigs wiliwiij to express i in true Whig, who may become the nominee of tLut Convention The Richmond publishes
4. Gad.'den, 8 heard from Enquirer an extract irma
1 Were appointed a CommiUee to escort the 1'rcti. Not n dUcorAtnt nte jvus Jiny qiuirter.UiuiiiiiJtv I their representative capucititu the ojiinion that that v.1.0 basstoenl by, and does stand by the com
5. Wakulla, 3 ovnl fccliii;, tirde-it zeal and a firm persuasion law ought to be. faithfully c-ufi-rceiL Now when it i icoaiJtitd Is letter from one of the moat intelligent citizen of
t: dent elect to his seat On taking his seat, the Fi evident promise, out and out, and regards it and stands byit
6. Jefferson, 7 that the vnlfare of t the pi.untry depended; upon that the great JK>WIT of the w hig party lies Virginia, formerly a Representative in Congreas, re-
returned his thanks for the honor conferred with unalterable determination as a final settlement
upon 7. Mai! ion, 6 the reftorati of the IVmoenitkparty to Tin in the Nqrth---that their inrluetice must alvajs be coutmlliii I commending the same ticket TIe: writer is Lr Bucli-
l him, ia an appropriate address. JMW and overshadowing in the council-! f that party -. and adjustment of the measures involved in it.
. 8. Columbia, 8 the Natind (V-uii'-iLs w.is cviJeut b the face and anon C3 President and for De'Ujla3; for 'Vice Pnuj.
:
The flowing persons were on motion, appointed a ] it may well become the uhigH of the South tot It b stated by the Richmond Enyulrtr, tliat the
9., Alachua, 6 dent-f--r giving lUi tfiiecs to grod and truer
C rtldut t <>f th- ilele-gutr J/UH ; and consider how far il is wKe and discreet upon
Comint.tee onCiedcntias! -Kobert Brown of Cluin I number i 4 10. Levy, 2 The Rcoluti: !.* pis"l: were fi-w, but pi.inte l and hair jirrt to ir.ak** common caus*: with them fort I State meu. The South has lost all she ever iM ILK
lia, CLarhs E. Dyke of Leon S. SL body. There can be uo doubt that Scott
George' Ilogcrs of Madlton ''I t the ii- >o\ .-r, without letter prwd every
11. 6 uuuteqliv.'ciii. 'Hie riist iiff.rn.the Virginia nnd Kn nt-1tu1lj'n | mine assur-' t by electing alive! State Presideuts. I want to try tU
Motion, B. F. Wardlaw cf iladisui, zmdN. S. Perry of1i '> Knees tt.in hate: }h -r 'l-fi-re ben given that the thai][ i v.iil be fcuj-fxirted by the WLLjaof! that State should
Akohua.JLe 12. Hernaiiilo, 4 ". tucky: Resoluti.'iw. t.n I ILr.. M.i lien'sr! uth wi'.I l_.e ',ijiiattly guarded and[ he be lu-n.ii.atcd. L'etweeu thai and tire uieetiiuj ofi ; Free States. Buchanan is able and experience s td,

IS.: HdM)*:rough, 5 th do<'triu-s t th-j l -l.iti i. lit t tt'en N .rtiiru wl I t.ii.ksotmil! all jnutbal fjcutwiu.. Tie
1 nveak'i then adjourccd rntil 1 o'clvcj. Utmi: true t : ot: 'in j piottct"! undi r < i;; u.cvjir.t.y.! the "slaughter-house," borutf lung will Lave U en vainp- cptn

P.iL 11. Pinal, 6 the Fe-dual Guvcni-i :.*- n'.v] t1!.' Sti': *,-tho !,'rt.nd1SI4 I It inu-tb- *-ji vd.-.l that the jmat x.trtngtlu wliehil 1.: e-d cpthr.t! vill remove the scruples Southern Whigs- great State of Pciuisjhai.ia. ho eivenrLtklcg claims

15. t.J<.l.n\ 6 t nii. rv- ai..I ; ';' th. 1 di'!:lrI MJlItjPl: t'f c Du'uirut'.f { <:rtL>s rccn.tly airjuiicd in thitmriirt. Mark it. I upOa our party and ought to Lavie at least one cf her
ito be UM-rihed to the artt'titu'e tvitliw
; 4 O'lLOCK. P.M. lij. Putnam, 2 ; $ and I 1M\ s.> f.ira-1 nj'pi! <*_J! !<- l-> thi-jvisu.t e.nd iik h"t hy rui'.ii-l to the s'jpj-Mt ol this S'..ti. nat l'..l-!.li I- The oi.ly Southern States that are now likely to I sous run for the Prcsuleney. The vtst also la ill

. i The Couvcntifin met to 17. Monroe, o lion of th<> <->untry;-ti..- third: :-.-...'.T'' t.t! n -itwnot i i1y, riul 1 to th j firnn'u ai.d ri I-lity with whkh th vi have uo delegates in the Whig Convention, are Gecr- e1air : Douglas i* young, t.lCztItl uA rtSabJe. At

} pursuant adjitmnu.t. Your Committee would ulso icC'irri'T'cnd the l.iteiiKf adlii nil tO h. I am rant ntvart of a .injlt ( hIs amid with detn.ss,
I adop the Deinoeritti': j-atty "f the t.tU- na tie! ("li.I.r.1aii i ; and Fl rida Alabama and age, so many greatand
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The Ci-mtuhUe on Cto !e.vJiK tb.ir : gia Mississippi having
:
Chairman ,
through 5u
I ,'. Ica'icr the Dimocrati'* such
tot of tlc Paili.iincntarv Rules pre'se'ribe-d in JefTer ,. nnd I SI:ivery iigiL.ti' n -and I t'!.- f"tnlh u I l.i- jarty- ir .r each comnnn4cd movements which will tLeui on our side bcG.re the people, certainly tie Tice Pftv
Hubtit Brown io;>>>i ted the name e of the follow] i I I allude tus are cp'kvn of f.>r the Presidency---vh>.I carry "
. ; ing dvlegutes us duly entitled to teats ia this Coaieatijii (jns Maiiuul: for the government of this Conve-ntu-n. 1 ap;> i'its flU'tClII t eWegitis t > the! 1li.ui''re! Cuixei. ur not !n thf Mvit lffieflhlI and explicit ihanntr cnrnmfaMtrcv. -. t') Philadfcli'Lia. Will Georgia and Florida remain dent, at his time of life, u a hghsation.

iyci : j All of \vhich in pcctfully cnbmitted.j j lifji without iiiitrur'.ii-i.- Tlie-se re ilutlt.us ure ..Liit.lt. ,4tceJ to (i'iAt' Thrt: agail uf that paity all nitre tpectat cf the fight? Georgia may and prob-I The Eixfiurer, iu publishing these specalsticBi,

11 From Franklin C'.ut-1)r. S. W. I j GE'). W. STEWART, Ctairmai. { iiiid i.itbiit l f-r every ji'.rji'-e1. They contain l! the > >at tf i. -ernn'nt, has since the agitutioiiof thtst* t ably will, bu we have our doubts about the Florida I without however, committing itself in any way, remarks -

: Hobart Spencer, Petci I i Which report was concurred in.j j the div-trin if the Repubiean! party, and on tIeiit1e I qut tiri

  • ' j Mr. Le>ng i lu-red the folli,wing Resolution : Republicans: of Fliiidajieit u to dbtittlc in the I eapsicity of the Democratic mashes, tLrctijh tirit"j
    1 i from Jackson-C. C. Voujc, J. F. ilcOItllan: W,,. l State Ci-ntfiiti- of the North has pledged the tvl ol<; I Cabell does iu-t meet their approbation,and that they are
    I ILMi ton. P. A. i I Jinolifd, Thnt this Convention m.w proceed to KIcct .' 1-onam; c.n vass. We mll at.ou lay lx fi re our reade, i i>ow -r of the party to th -ir euforeement. The retoluti"ii ilisTMist to s*-nd dtlesrates to th Natiotial nnnv.>rif .in j dt<3, to select n man of sound principles. Ualiks

    I r: From GaJxJei Archibald So.ith uitabo! candidates for the office of Governor, | the ioEolutioi.!> tf "OH and 'iO, v.ith Mr. Ma-jiWs liejnrrt npi'n ti.svt svbjtct .f the! late State Convention of I 'I hey cannot ee how it is that the Whigs cf Virginia, | the Whigs, the Democracy Lave iso occasica to rescrt ?
    P. W. White.Wm. l'euiivlvuiiLt, fllcawe.i a* it has been by practical
    F., IL MitcTiell, J. H. Dupont. Member of Congrc", three Electors of Pre iduit and ; thereon, and tl.e Uijm! > Rf*>lnti'>iw c-f 1-14 f-r: our relief, pi eaents the obligations of ligkliition the- Kentucky, Tennessee, tc, ore perniltted to be repre- to coon skins, or such other espcdUn'*', to gum the ucendant. -

    I ., From Json Hon-Thos. Baltzcll j Vice Prc idiiU, and three Alternate Electors, nnd [ 2iul 18 1 IS, ttat the l topic of the Sat: insiy propn ly i ijUider iiuntrv, in n iiinniu v/cithy of all praise. These are stnted and FI 'rida i not. It appears to them that if I Ia Our cause is good, and upoa car printipluwe !
    Croon
    Bryant M. foutteen Delegates to the Baltimore Comtntien. : '-tuuJ tl 1.. exet<. .!'ii { cosr.jinJun-nujits of tinjiLitf u.aaItr.. t.- .rtiy! <.f the ,tk-eand worthy of the imita- National WfJg Convention is a good enough \ will staad or LJL The Dtmocrjacy will do jast: A. Long, J. P. Duval, J. P. K.JSavuge W. ( j jThe' place
    4
    J.M5 .
    fey ti'u ioftl, Noithem whig*. And pirinit rue to say and like of both hacdi and hearts. The
    orth-r of bin-im-i's follows 1..51d'i\\iL I A\d act men
    ,. \v. r. : !!10 \\elji\v 1 we nuy rtinaik for Virginia V'hig- the Whigs of Florida need not be
    IXb.ey, ; Whitfie-ld. j
    Ge-e-rge Charles E. DkeR. that unlf "* th > wl.ijf3! f the North will marcia to
    up
    1 dare anJ their
    C. Wilhiut, (proxy,) Luck Duvd, ( .) Slaj 1. Nomination- Governor t-hall first be made, ln.ie, and we pnunitno one will dLpUc its truth, l\A\ jcrfiit piie with equal firmness and fidelity, they 1. so squeamish ibut it, and hence there is a disposition Whigs not fully fairly prsmulge prioo'plvs -
    iy endeavor Jo win the
    Joan: Ce rd.J'r.w i and the voting tl-cll j-n'CTi! tirn i>n.e, until Fomv one-1 that if the (Zi'iKT.iKIovvnuud.t( ii its actii>n,shall confine will give t< thir jvilitM-al OfW'L1OtI5 adtaritages over among them t.> rebel a aiast Mr. Cabell's dictation in | ; so they naturally vittciy

    . I H'abtlla N.W.Walker '-l hall receive a r.>ujorit) ef two-thirds of the sotesce'1' its -lf t" tho! ldflllIf! tLtrtf n-aiiiUtio'is there them in the approaching presidential contest of a most ': the premiss. Thus far they have been cautious not t tj by all sorts of tricks and contrivances. ThIs, in our
    I J. G. Paik, Be-iu awl dici-ito clunictcr. It Is estimation *
    marked of
    imp-iwible for as strong ns pBoof Holy-writ!
    argues
    w. 1 noxer an tht- &.i.litet few of a coiillict I Utwefn to commit thezji-elves either for or against Gen. Scott !
    I).
    Byrd Riv-hardsoa. j
    ,
    I i I the whiif* i-f the Noith and! Si'iith} at u period like the that their crwounJ intlteir estlnatiou
    2. N 1r.T1ion for a Mombr of Congress s-ludl the Feder.d and .State (i'AwiiinenK It is when have suid in primi'ples arc turn -
    rrwn J W. wki
    4 ,. ; S. Dilwortb. Jl.n Fi.ih; J. C. next be nude-the! :ime Cf>ur-e pur-ued. )| the! f.'u ini r il'piita fit-in t'tt-ir' 1iiuit anti h'.ur. tluit J tniJik find -\jiiit dreliratt"ii: of the principles up )nwhi'Mi i Mr. C"s opening speech in which he so emphatically 1 and they, therefore do not them passed upon -
    Smith
    Li-iur J..Ln Ulrcvr iyt.tu rawav* T. 13. 3. N'-ininitio-n for F.h-ctors shall Lo iiudc, and a'ann iie.vit.d i. ti"r.i : aul u-tu.lr! xo !"' tlii* if'it vrninM.t !ii to lie ailiuiui.-tcred. Tlie nojTiiKijiV showed Gen. S. oil' the track ia Florida. by declaring because they dread the ordeaL Oa the contrary,
    ? Hardy M.re. 1Ltfrt 'f! !.-> JU and If4S.wil' not be tolerated we for our cause, bc"aw we cojifWe is i i its
    go print-
    )
    Fron : acted upon in ie mimier. d.nui.r! l1r.'itttit J. 11 e i.ly safety IHJW wi ilII; sein. | that he could iy"t get fifty vott-s in the State, were he j
    (rjiehl. S. B/K.IIO. tf. Rolcit Scsfions. in I"1.-. An."in, the#<; pinuijiV I ,, Must be an I piers and glory ia their publicity. t-t us tLe-n mib
    4. NorpraatiMiiH for Di-Ie-aps! ; to the RJtbiorc t lx% le-ttraiimn f tli..t t< I the eandldat-! riI I "TH-cially if he continues silent j f ,
    .i A. J. D.uVr, T. M. An J.-r,iu, D. 11. Maya, B. F. Wardliw j <> u |iirty i piwer whichjdasit.ilsclfona nuqiiuitieil| plt-lie I.f a tiit'.t'i.l t-xeeuti.'n of the 1-UZi-itiv en 1 WhomeVer the prefers as alwia saieaanporiv.r.ced
    ;p R. 11. harrcr Convention: shall: W made and acted yjioii i iu the came \ sti let construction >f the eon-I ituti'aui, and'wliicli .' Slave Law. V> il! the Noiihenihiij* srive ?uehiju the Compromise. l"he Seittiml has not opened iu oil party -
    Wn
    Francis B.
    ? Suttoi O. Perdu order aad hunt ihe C.untks 'd c < Ifw, tihyn it that Millard MIhn re is mouth the other that siaKsuau, naIL Worthy of Leing ma as ont
    I ( nominite: their candidatein will ii'linI.iioU-r the (\n-niiC'jt t-n n ntljoi one waj- or we remember, and ;
    S. Hiatun
    Jamt-s Varue, A. J. Vbidd .n. T. C. ( .Aith> uta party ill the North t Iftiof, ran the n l M IQ.III K. IL the rtguLir order iu which they are called MI iu !! pri'Mplei. Thnt party i* the lVnn'rati jnrty. it ('.)Uhl w>n>iif 'ully support the artful dodger torcfrrow -
    ; 4 WilUrd. J. I.. .Mill.-r, W. b.ith.. A. J. < uii n or i>>nc\it of action between Nortbeiii aud nut men. Let us continue to rely tie
    Co7te>, A. B Je.hn the rolLWhich The R.solution rvlatuig to the lutei *u f<, i is in tho-v' "juiitiicni v. Iei. s tI } so eataiouly Las it tripped along over the uneen tpen
    11. iLtitv, Ragin, p. Cole K. B. FiX We
    4 strength of the cause. want a vk-tory upon Democratic
    4: D. W.Jl.vr waadopted.: wor J- : I I !hr.t < -f'rrnl prirtioularly to the Fugitive Slate ground of Whiggvry.
    L. M. Mv, .v, B. Shfiield, J. I U. O'btein, We desire both tiiej sal-st utlal fruits
    J. Reams. 1*. Mr. I). U. Mays moved that all nominations for h'.iuJi'nl Th.it 'v.-t. d(.jrfn*.' .the rcitatii '.f nil'' Law, nt .ally Ireuii1"; if the deep inter >t which Ihate I These and oMier whimpered indcatioa!; cause us to grounds. > ,
    V.'illianis, O. E. Sullivan, B. Lanier 1B .. t'r6oiw Liken in that welt the honor of H-tte hlooaoai!
    important measurev as as bright su years
    candidate* btfe-re the Convention, be received vhhiuidebata. questions! gr \\i'ijr out of the I)''inp ti'j JtL-titutioiis fftin1 i turn.ise that tbe Whigs of this State will not much
    . Duvia, 8. J. Perry, 1.). O. Livjn.Wfl, H. Wald.] >, (;J. CLLiUt.y. f-r the n-\i\al! of i. 'ioalready pt, with! !ii.'h il l>etond I all questions at this time, presents is worthies* without the Fruit"
    B. Ho l i the nwfl I'.nirriiitet of fidelity tx> the Constitution longer remain sie! play thing of their Representative
    11 ; II .
    ti. t
    m. ns, A. Ca-npbell! J. N. Livcnb, j aicTV tstieh l'git.tui.iul. as !-& \ >usuiid tniv.i--, We with able R'chaobnlClo3S
    4 : J. Which motion was can led. | ami t.i the Uni"ii. The: party whii-h e-animt btaml be- :fin Congress. They will s-jx-ak fur themselves, and agree our ctcmlnrJlfubk
    C
    I .ffec, T. P. Webb, B. C. lVjo. IL Se iw. i and .14 d-nht'-il t"intn>du'edi.iii'nanioni,'the JMI- .

    . ; From tott6iu-Geeigo E. M.-Clelhin! James S. The Conve,Jtion tin-it j pr,;< cveded to nnnrnaU a cr.n '' pie aind Wtaktn I tinIH ii: !N cf our jH.Iitical Iiatt iut-. I f.-re the of (,>untry upon iuar.uity a pledgeof of the Con CJJhfal*itution olxertai.ee is n-i-I judge for theiiiselve?, and more than probable they _ _ _

    Jjaes 4liIiaLte for Goveinor. The lollown ge-ntli-nn-n wer- 1 Tui-j n-MiIntiou, p ao-sthe liri<'.-rjitli'party if Il.'r-1 auxjir's : will send dele ,'strs to PhiLdflphia. of the Convention.
    . George W. Stewart, Illthard Tillis, Robert party fi-r me. It i> idle fr any man of the North to
    .
    V B' wu, (pni\: .) 1h4 fe-d ill nomination : Col. J*.}hn C. McGeheu of ,liol- i la on tliecn'y lor-nd it has c-vrr oe 'iiped < n th.-
    ? From ALirhna 11. S. i-on, (nil. Ge-orgo Whjtriel 1, Hon. Ifn-jh Arclier. aii . IVrry, (proxv f..r !2,) Sam'' We apprchtcd Magyar"will have-
    relit f without the f>f\ hiuiu,this Uni-'ti could
    . '4, Risfc-11, (|r.-xy fur i.) C. L. Wilson! ILBradkrd, Philip J-id-je: James E.: Bromac, of Leon, and Gen. John ifoniia. W<- are aware that an nsHcrrpnlom 'Pl"-- never have b<-m originally adoption f.'rnieil-azid cannot now but a {wcr opfii-jn of the generous sympathy" of Long, Caraway Smith, and IS. C. Pope esqrs,with a

    U Dtll, (j'y.) MilUili e.f Juekson.! lion has tiiv<-:i zialuly t.> erei.te: the iinpr' sMon that IK- ires.'rve-d. If the Whigs of the North cannot nnd our people ijiT'-w of hw recent rapid transit through fw remarks flJag ia by CoL! flia4itrc! by war omiuetity /

    ti From JStiv.il-Felix Liilng tou. j The first )ballot resulted ns follow* : McGchee 21. the Deinorrati! pin ly '.f tl.is St.te is and ha been a. I Itlinitii'tn will tiot pledge the-nue-h as a party to the faithful thiir midst. V.'e give below extracts from Augusta keeping up the good humor that wjas tie prevailiog

    WhitJield H, An her 21 Bioomo 32, Milton 8.I -tint: it Lis favored di-vutluti-ni tf. ex t-tition of Uit law, can the Whigs of the South nnSte of the audience assembleJ. lr.
    4 From St. Jvhtu-Y. C. party :i feeling > Long's speech
    Humphries, Archibald II.Cc. and Charleston containing the brief particularsof
    t in a common effort t<' lilade in their hands papers
    c The President! declaretl ] Isccr
    I there was Ho election 58 the Union andbeui aiai.-u-i of
    to th- (Confederacy tte
    sec was a straight-forward appeal to juAinect
    his il-its
    i I I.I to !> pi-rlmj h.rflil wu-lde l by tlu-ni f..r the injury to these cities :
    F-otti 7>i//io/i-F. C. IIamhiie; (pivxy.) \ote-s being necessary to a choice. broken up. A iu'ie fjlaiingand uiUuelJng! slandi r'ss I of their \itjul l interest ? '1 hese are grave and mf>- Kof.-.vTii ix AccrsTi.-The Chronicle! ifc Sentine-1 of Democrats and Whigs-inciting the former to a cord'a -

    Frwn Jfarkn-S. St. G or'e, Rogers. After t-cve-ral unsuccessful balloting", with vaiinu- \\ th-ver circulated! indu--triou pr>pagated nseulous ipicMioiis and! will worthy of the e-oiu-Mt-ra- tlie 11th iast. su\s:-Tlie distinguished Hungarian, L. support ef their candLlatca as worJsy

    .I From Lfs'y-L S. Perry, ( ) Samuel Russell result>, lie hulL James E. Broome of Leon Count v Hie Democrat party of this St.itc luis i.cr yet fen j t ti! n of every Southern tHaw, and ot every lover of the I'iosuth. and suit, arrived iu this city yesterday morning i>f their support, and showing to tLe latter that their
    proxy. ,
    I Union.
    \vas, on the 10th ballot, declared duly chosen, behaving the when it would nut 1)ju,1itIii by the tram from Atalauta, on his way North. did
    ( ) C. I Wioi.! H/Biadford day liavcdeprecatiila party not d. re to eiemoen n'ieiuresbut
    ? proxy. (proxy,) (proxy,) We umlerstaii'l that he had telegraphed the proprietor oppose
    ; .. Piiilip Dell, (proxy.) received 61 Aotcs, and all others 19. >f Uiia Union as one of the greatest e\ils that could IxCd ;- The Indians-Gen- Blake. of the United States Hotel to Live in readiness a aJmi.ted th .t whlgjery! meant noth: 35 ia partLnlftr

    , i Fr..m Mui,r
    From UiUtbonuffh. V. Sncll. was declared unanimous by the) Conve-ntion. We have rej eut
    . ;. Mr. Rogers moved tliat during this moiitg The Convention then proceeded to nominate a ran'didate hate been the a grtf-i-ns of the North, they hate not Blake has in his -ITi>rts to reniove the Indians. It'' even a crowd anxious faces to see and welcome him, proposed Lothlug but to sit in the any he wisely determined that the for "
    'tt per on bLall preseut J his credential they kball }*i re- for Congrc,, when the hulL Augustus L"- Ix-eu regarded aa cf sLJPcient magnitude U justify a will Ids'! ) be seen by the proei cding* of the Orange very aid" was not flattering and therefore prospect concluded material the loaws ami fishes! Jlr. Longs remarks, u did

    i : C.cd ;, Maxwell, of Leon County, was unanimously chosen. resort tsj_ : extreme a remedy as dlfsolution "hi the Jlec-tintf, which we publish, that the citizens there K. not to remain, but to take the first train for Charleston, those of all the other speakers, elici ed the heartie

    Which motion was carrieel. The Convention next proceeded to select three co itrury, we have nought to inuke the Cumprt'nxis I II I lieve that the action of our Executive will facilitate which he did, having remained hi the city about an applause ilr. Smith Elector In th< Middle Tb/tnt,

    On motion of the Hon. TL<'8. Baltzell a Committee, Presidential Elertots for the State at large and three I what it* friends have dci-'and it to he, a prflaafleht, the General's operations. We are rejoiced to have hour., und His did presence not call produced forth the not slightest the least demonstration. excitement was eloquent, earnest and forcible; ilr. Pope poitot

    .,r. ciiwifctirjg ofMesirs. T.Baltrell, A. J. Djzicrai Jf.hnFiulaynon Alteruatee. The following gentlemen were then clusen ,- foal trillfintvt ufthe y'Mttitm tn vklch it n latm, and I Ias I IK-f< re us the prospect of a sjH-cdy removal of these S<> much for the patriotism and real genuine emphatic, and felicitous. TLelatu- gentleman i*

    r rI was apjx>inted to imitc and e-bcort c Jov. : such wi- accept it in good Li'.h.: It u the kw of troublesome savafre-s. If Bowlegs and Sam Jones Americanism e-f the intelligent citizens of Augusta. dared himself the "youngest Democ in the p rtjHe -

    -I W. P. Duval to a seat in this Convention. Fmtn the Wtst
    Mr. Lhin stoii, cf Duval, moved that H Committee, JESSE COE of Jackson County. we w ill re i.t ito disturbance us firmly as we resisted is removed Thi distinguish- Hungarian, with his lady and suite, of the democratic party a Candid and thorough mrestigation

    r.1 : consiotuig of two from each couuty represeuted iu this .Ifternafe-lion. D. JORDAN, of Ewmnliiu. the ndmibsiou of California, w hic-h was the entering KM- WEST, (FiJL.) April 15, 1852. arrived last in, and this tJk city, l Nlging3 via the Railroad at the Charleston on Friday Hotel afternoon and being satisfied that their doctrines vat

    t Convention, be appointed to report resolutions, for the From the Middle DiRt rict. edge to all the excitement through which the country KJitor* Georgian :-The steamer James L. Day, No excitement or puww demonstration attended his reveptioh those ana inooo only upon wnica lie Uuvemfli'could

    d action of the Convention ; J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefferson County. has panned ; and we would not co-operate with arrived here front New Orleans, on the l'2th in>t, or brief ojouni among us. On Saturday the be safely administered, he w< uld from henceforth -

    i t Which motion was carried, and the following .. .A1eriate-P. W. WHITE, of Gadsde-n the Northern wini of the imrty did we not believe making the run b a little less than seven days, including Mayor of the city arid a number citizens waited on cast in his lot with that party, ai id contribute hIs
    gertletnen her various utopjjages, and detention by {retting him at hw lodg'ngs, and tendered him the
    of
    From the Eautrrn Dittrict. tli it it was opposed, With us, to a revival of thieve is- homage
    ' 1, raid Committee aid tjwards it in the of the
    establishing affections
    : i appointed : aground at Tampa Bay. Gen. Blake, the contractor their respect for his character and lofty endowments, peepie.
    4 /Vaiib't'/f MCQUEEN MCINTOSH, ef Duval suis. This we regard us the true jx> ition of the Dem- for the removal of the Florida Indians Mr. is talents
    ro -Dr. S. \V. Spencer, Peter Hjbart.JaeUon county. came as passenger and expressed their sympathy for his misfortunes and Pope a gentleman admitted

    : -C. O. Yongc; J. F. McClellaaGadtdw 4tcrnae-S. ST. GEO. RO
    .: On the Convention uiCeJ truthful, and cojisittcnt with the Nation whether he has held conferences With Halotta freely with his \L-itors on the subject which
    r -P. W. White, J. H. Dupont motion, then proceeded to ap duty ve owe occupies democratic party we believe is but commencement
    iLkko Chee Bowlcg,) S Jones
    ( Apnaiaka ( >ni ,) his mind but the intervention doctrines of the
    :, 1oii.-Hvu. Thus. Baltxell M. A. Long. point Delegates to represent the Democratic party of our country, and ourselves. Past differences we bury anti l many other of the principal Chiefs ; they have at Magyar ;even w hen enforced by his rare eloquence great, of similar movements on the part of zany who ImYS

    . Florida in the Baltimore Convention. The b the gulfof fonjctfuluef -our only wish being MTCRCUC last consented (to and it is that Republican
    emigrate
    the
    L'OkLl1ZN.( W. Walker, J. O. Paik. following expected a have mad no impression on a community whose heretofore stood aloof either from polities or

    r Jiferton-E. E. ie-kbuni, W. S. Dilworth persons were selected : the country from the whirlpool of further Agitation by large body will leave very soon in the steamer James hearts and mind;* are too strongly imbued with the wise ranks. Le t them come.

    ,. I 4V'adiQfl.-.J. For the State restoring the government to the hands of that partj L. Dny. Gen. Blake feels confident that by the month and paternal lessons of Washington to be lead a trav
    S Broome
    D. H. Majs.Volumlii at Lnrye.Hpn. .
    of October next, there will not be left a single Indian
    the enthusiasm of the
    which c.mstrues the Constitution and by sophistry or gifted foreigner. Delegates for the State a large.
    v -G. E. McClelhb. S. Jones. DAVID I* YULEE, strictly opposes iu Florida. Cant Casey, U. B. A, former Indian Agent The couversatii'i, of our people furnishing no motive Hon. D. LYulee and Dr. S. W. are

    t 4achua-M.IS. Perry, S. J. RubtxJLDvval Dr. SAM'L. W. SPENCER. the exercise of all doubtful powers, and thus preserves was met l>y the steamer, on his way from Fort for his prolonged stay he and his party left on Saturday Spencer

    r -Fe-lix Livingston. the nice balance existing between the Federal and Myers, whither no has been on Indian duty ; he was afternoon, lit the Wilmington boat, for the North. gates for the State at large to the Baltimore Coatiou.

    From the Wnttrn lfi trirt-CoL C. C. YOSOK, State Governments. On Such a platform as this proceeding to Tamtia Bay the present head quarters Senator Mallory would have been selected b2:
    Jt'/tw weo
    St. F. C. Humphries, A. IL Cole. Maj. JESSS COE, and JOHN Jnuv.. of General Childs nc report thing quiet As
    ... before the people, and! will cheerfully abide the ; every among we Expected.We it not been stated b the Convention that Mr. HaltaT
    Putnam-F. C. >. ; ; re- Indians. Gen. Blake ban written
    IIumphriet the letter
    to
    From the Middle Ditlritt lion. a Captain
    JOHN BRANCH have stated the fact that the Penn
    gratifying ,
    I did not desire the appointment, believ that members
    suit of their verdict Confident of desiring nothing him to deliver tig
    ttzrio'-S. St. Get Jemigon, instructing 'vt-r to his
    rge Rogers. Gen. A. K. Auj!,o*, and Dr. JOHN WEBTettrr. the Indians sylvania Lcgislatuie have repealed that portion of the of Congress ought not to be sent 1 Convention*
    4o
    : Lrd'-1L Bradford DelL save the advancement of the interests of our beloved charge, recently captured by him, while

    .3froe-IL V. SnelL, Philip From the' Eatttrn JiNlret-Gen_ .CiiAu. BVEXX, country, we fear no scrutiny into our motive*..or the1 on his List scout: he apprehends that no serious re oelie>us obstruction law, which forbade the use'of the charged with the business of choosing candidates &

    I T : V. SnellOa GAD lIi'jirHitF.vs. and Dr. J. G. DULL. principles we advocate. Il'mc&t ourselves, and iKterra suits will arise from the killing of th squaw, as it was State jails for the safekeeping of recaptured fugitive President and Vice President \
    Jlillaborouph-IL occi JentoL
    From the Southern JiMrict-Tuoius I purely
    F.
    KINO slaves. The volu the ia
    against repeal
    i Whig-
    led to conduct the with and forbearance pure
    motion of Mr. Blackburn, n Committee of five canvass courtesy REPUBLICS not ALWAYS ifoooATErc .-It ia stated
    i Hon. W. W. McCALL, and Hon. M. C. Baown.On .
    Cotton Receipts. not a Democratic name is coutaiue-d b it-Democrats,
    ask from the
    : was ap'iuted| to draft rules for the Convention, and motion Committee of we our opponents same'regardand says the Boston jftrn**, that GOT.Thomas H. Seycwrf,
    a consisting Thomas increased of Cotton all the Southern the too attached
    1 and the ? careful examination of The receipts at says Keystene, are sincerely to the
    propriety, BOOK
    . : to acertain anl fix the ratio of voting in this bdy.Messrs. will probably be elected U. S. Senator in Coonectieofc
    BltzelL D H. Mays, and M. A. Long, Esq'rs, was our creed an'1 doctrines that we shall be certain to bestow ports, up to the 16th, amount to 49,000 bales.Hillslorongh. Constitution, to be found in any company supporting Of
    t Geo. Stewart Smith W. Q. Mose succeeds his lit
    Caraway appointed to inform the nominees for Governor and thfir'i. measures that even, consequentially, nullify its expressed If lid name may be addcc to the

    . icy, Pettr.Hobnrt, and H. V. Sne-ll were appointed Congress of their selection, and their upon ? those who have obtained seats b tha! dsticg0i5
    request acceptance. The Convention appointed fourteen or clearly Implied powers. A Whig Senate
    'i that Committee. Delegates to The proceedings of the Democratic Meeting of the body for service b the Mexican war, vi :
    Balti.uore, two from the State at and alone prevented the repeal of the entire law. Without
    three from
    ti 43%f On motion, the Convention then adjourned until On motion of S. St. Geo. Rogers, the thanks of the each of the four geogmplu&d divisions barge, of the 5th inst to send delegates to Madison and for other pur the Senate, the House was powerless. The repeal of CoL Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi. .

    I Tuesday, 9 o'clock, A. M. Convention were tendered to the officers for the able Those from the Middle areEx-Oov, John Hnuh$Ute-r* poses, reached us too late for publication.. As the Con the 6th section,was the best that could be obtained_ Cat John C.Fremont,of California.
    Gen
    ., vention is it would be useless to Gem James Shields, TJlnois. .
    in which had the now over publish
    manner
    they performed duties of the Senate would grant nothing more i Mi
    A. K, Allison and Dr. John Westcott.IIoic. ; an< the .
    .TTZSDAT MOKXIXO, 9 o'clock. their sUtious. The thanks of the Convention werea'so more than this general resolution of the meeting.u It is House has promj'-tly patted with NO OPPOSITION, Maj. Solon Borland, of Arkansas, ;
    '
    k : The Committee on Resolution, through their Chair tendered to the Trustees of the Methodist Protestant BKKJ. F. HALLKTI- --This genliemastbo: as is ,follows EXCEPT WHIG VOTJ531"MORTALTT Maj.Jeremiah Clemens,Alabama t tI *

    Church for the of their "KetotveJ, That we will support'the gjeat fundamental I CoL John B. Weller. of California, 1
    Church
    Thomas Baltiell the use the Democratic
    A I nan,, reported following resolutions during the chairman of the National coouiHtee,
    of thei Convention, principles of the democratic party, under the INFLOa1Da.-It u a$ interesting fact, Cum Stockton, of.Ifev Jersey. {,
    : sitting ha addressed a letter to the Hon. Oeo. W.
    Tbcnpsoa, administration of whkb.jn their original parity, the the Raleigh Standard, and which .. .
    one will ol Conn, ( ,)
    says H.Scjmoojf.
    The Democratic Republicans cf Florida, in Convention ,On' motion of CoL Blackburn, the Democratic papers of Va, in relation to the charge made in tJst l Country.never ailed to prosper; that, in the. opinion probably CoLThos. probably

    assembled, do resolve as follows ; b this State were request*! t> publish the proceedings speech of the .Hon. Mr. Rautoul, k) the House oIRepreseotatires of this meeting, the most faithful exponent of the principles surprise the rest of mankind, that bytth last oensus All Demoaato. Ji mflch larger numby of "
    ., of this Convention.' of the PVty. Is to be found 111 the Ho*. JAMI returns, Florida exhibits a smaller 'proportionate can war horses"'bare forad their way k to thf B i*
    1. That the true relations between the States and that all the national democrat of tMassachusetts -
    'I BUCHAHA of PennflTlvanU; and we, therefore, prefer mortality than any other State in' the Union. Thus .
    the Federal*Government, and the true rules for the The Convention then adjourned tine die.DAN'IEL much freeilen elected BepreseatatiTei. .
    be
    were nearly as u l4oilI that b. should be to the next :'President of we find id' tBe Georgian, of tbe 2fab alt, Florida

    construction of the Constitution, are.correctly set forth BIRD, Sr PrendtnL (Mr. Rautoul)' This Mr! JIaUctt denies, and adHuces the United State" 't ,tiuir t KThe with Ohio, which'is accounted of contrasted The IT.Y. Evening Post _

    I in the resolutions of Virginia and Kentucky of 1793aad 8.W.'SPENCER, VEGBERT some of the pant course of that party in MJuetts, first Monday J* ,WM appointed fc*' District thiest States i 'Florida exh&tts one of the heal Post Office Committee of tb* SeaaUTltr Boak OkfffmanhaTA
    a g&
    BROWN mortality
    out
    t Viet
    1799, and in Mr. MadisOu's Report,, and the doctriaes D. 'U. MAY8.I, Prettdtntt.ay. and the resolutions adopted at its various ooaven ions, Convention composed the. Gooattt of-Hillbo- of 87,061, or one death in about .eveyiy.i.in agreed upon a report io fiworo!'tQaJnef l

    thereu.expounded are"hereby Adopted and re* SNEUX J4Wx. to sabsUntiate bw assertion. II* advise the pai ly, if rougb, Levy nd 'Hernando, to nomimU a candidate habitants. Ohio bows 28,949 deaths out of 1,980.403 the Cofims hae steamers an'inexsu. ol P T *****

    I. affirmed. : J.P.K.BATAGK. ] ; it would succeed b the coming presidential eontttt to far the Stat SeoaU. The meeting ad/rarn to thalitb inhabitants or one death daring tbe year b every 68 bout 1 19,500 per trIpto33OOO.cx from tt* l |5 f

    II .WtLLTOJr $ rtcogmM,the binding efficacy of the oompromW bst foV ttier btabewi parsons- COO a year to 800,000, ,. tilIi

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    AyiTal of th3-A3zttlICL I-amgUdof it, iiiy on, hot Amos, thehota are TtUahauee, April -OottOB-Oar ., --

    \V&J)1e.Lii ittroJuici] tbe :fi rVTual market isfiot Groceries, &c.B Groceries, &e GocCif s, &d

    !- -.s:1: f.ik eary IL 11tie ef: ttfl1flOGS. Lord did; he mean, rny liule reader! out been as active maintained M daring, Our the part receipts week,at and tlis prices point have : '"fri'l Schooners. Pcttea and L. F. Bapis. from New JUST i-wedved, a flue "htCkahed Batter, ndftd JtT. pa 5ctr.Pi.kbt, *

    are -
    V/l CWQS.Q kaaa
    lee
    t> tho measure, niidopposkfou The Itefoial of Charon* ,
    frj1 gzv't bs support rapidly drawing to a elose. We \ fuks Bacon Side Bacon
    quote- Good Middling Bides and Shoulders, Same with Cheese, 10 taut* ;

    fr"t Lord Johu RIM- VaOJI TBC UOXXIC-IT W. E. ATTOCX CJ @ $4 Middling, oe j 6J ; Good Ordinary, 6 tierces Sugar-cured Hams, And half bbls.Mackerel, by D. LADD. 0 Shoulder. -i.

    b$3 ; i Protested r. aiml it and Mr. Why look the'distant mouutnlns 5 l (ft ft. 2 Ea ijed ufa Newport, April !4. l8Gt. 18 3 Bulk Pirk, ,

    with rLikt. S j gloomy and &i drear i barrels $JsutH-rfine Flour, 8 N -
    ,
    ; l aiei it d vctc b balu at Parlil1' Are ruin-clouds passing o'er them, MAEEIED. 25 *' Family Groceries.BACON" tiercw Sugar Gored and Blond

    bill fiir Or i* the tempest tear I Leaf Lard, Floor. Corn flild Meal of 1 Mi P k '
    vis debated by 102 major- On the 21>t inst, at the residence of Jcs. Atkinson Sugar erery -
    bf da 12 '
    : i had Xo shadow of the tempeSt kegs Oils, Whiskey and Vinegar by thebami. 6 and ftd Leaf Lttd,

    *' Is there, nor wiud nor. raiuTih __ Eisq, near Talkdiassec, by the Rev. William Neil, MrWM 9 barrels Molasses, Salt, and every thing wnalry kept m a Orocenr Store. '

    Crawfcrd'* Irish Tenant Bill had alsa Charon that is passing byi INGRAM and Miss SAKAH WILLIAM 5j, .' Syrup, For sale low for wh only \j A. fl. FELEEL.Apiil ISO barrela Fattfly aad Osjpago Fiber, -

    (th Got1oufl& With all bii gloomy tnua. On the ZMtM Big Ilommony, 17, 1858. 15Crackers 2 bogsbead* Mptrkc Btavft 9afVtboshel
    O the.p.rt Dr.
    uvcr lMLRistby Da\id KWhite, T1IEO- I White Beans,

    The young men raarrhljcfore him, DULUS !im>XALLtu *SARAH E.SHULER- t f Shibogftheads Brown Suga1, &i.P Corn.
    ,
    e8tabibh1g: steam uiinuu4. The In tender all their little strength infants.and pride : da>iitcr( of Capt Shuler, all (,Oadsdtn Couuty. 0- fT., Clarified t ER Laura Jane from N JW York,jost received, For Mle low for the cia. -
    10 batiOs BERET Auctioneer
    Rectified BOWLES
    Whiskey, ,
    ; ycwf.lundland, Canada and England. They tutiir by his aide; OBITUARY 2 tierces .Carolina Rico 15 boxes Soda Crackers, April 10,1852. 14 tf i

    ,il3Satnplcs cf Irish Ecct-rootSo- The old nirti walk behind hint \ Just received and for mJe bv Z tierces. e. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    & And Departed 'this life b Weston, Missouri, on Saturday 6 basket Hei'Uic Champagne, quart
    .Ubited in Loadlm, ncd f pedtuens liave been earnestly they pray- JAMES B."GAMBLE. Valuable Plantations for SaIe.

    Both old aad young inploibg hInt evening, March IStS. ta the 29th year of her age, Mrs. April 24,185-2. 16 and pint*,
    dtl.ccDntincut. Plantation at SILASTX
    fc: jjer a To grant some briel delay. EMILY, late consort of Dr.R. T.P. and 20 bags Rio Coffee, TEE present ocptedr
    %771 Q-jjiaa etaa Js ::.t the head: of the list o? Ridley, young- 10 Java ia for tale.- It i U MtM about fir*

    If AitLUAnrfc tf DubUn. "0 Charon halt, we pray thee, est daughter of the late Ix6e Thompson, of Tallalius- Stability-Security -Perpetuity.STATEMENT 15 boxes Robins & Thompson's Tobacco, miles West of Tallahassee immediately eft the R4ed

    tie By yonder little town, see, Fla, alter eight days' illnees V.tli scroffulous iufiain'malion I OO,00I) t 1 box Harris vw.y best chewing cading to Quincy. The land M Hoe and Hammock,

    i A & Felt'v's cicuLir says that cotton has Or uc.ir th.it f-p-trklin: fountain, AFFAI&S BERRY re
    a&v1' producing fatal tite or THE or THE
    ) tie prcssatreo i ia cjafe ueace cf tli WliM'o the waters wLnpIe dotru tcrmiiiatiinby ung April 17, 1852. 15 ire 600 acre, about 250 of which is cleared. The

    $ UaitcJ States-buyers holding back Tbi- old v. ill! ii! iiik uud be rt-fi ebbed, Elutual Life Insurance Company 'baUtiou is well watered and h.altby. '

    $ fn jie fi>r iasme-Jiate ube The The young the disc will flin;, PORT OF ST. MARKS. OF NEW-YORK, Crockery.BY ALSO
    |viaT.: escept
    Aui the U-udor little t-hildreu No. 35. Wall Street, The lands of JOSEPH HALE miles West
    sTHit rcdactiui ia American Christina, from Ijverpool. 22 crates and 8 eight
    :;. cb3ge b t a Puck fiju ere bcriJo the f ririag. ARRIVED. For Uie year ending Januaiy Zltt, 1S 2. of Crockery, comprising a general assortment. of T&ilahaMre, on the Ockolockonee RrVer are Jforitale.

    .*6t$ (.r qutiiti8. I will tit fctiy my journey. April li;. Stcimpr Jas. L. lav. Pitt field. N. O. .. There are 200 acrva cleared. The placej islealihy.

    *rfl.- rC1'r! wiS.; -Sales of Upland Middlings at Nor halt by nny t iwn, 19. ScLr. W. U. IVttes. Wi-.t.' t? c t..-: .i. efi BERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac and the water good. !

    i. jIJLur1 ; ; Oileau*, -Js. 10-161 Near any sparkling luutaui, Schr. F. L. Rogers Ashby, .4 ACLEAflEt. L., .- .2 April 17, 1832. 15 Persons wilting to purchase call on ne in Tal-
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    Win-re the waters whpple ilown : cr.T_ .J f I : laLaLeee, or the owners on the premises.
    Ficuch ChauA-crs were opcutd on ch-.I::
    "JTha The in.-thcrs conibs: to the well ', ? f1 i: '# t 1-- Liquors and Wines* C. A. BRYAN
    p.fjjj.jnt JfjpiljjKiia person, attended April 16. Steamer Jn". Day, Pittfield. New Orleans i .7, .-.r ., -.. : c- 1
    Would know th* babes they liorc ; / ..-: .: CASKS April 10. 1852. 14 tI I
    * ** ', *.T Hi* recciiti"U wus <>f the! -wannestvTi'1' The \incs ttould clajj their hu-tbiiiiJs, 20. Bark Lluwe'lvn. Sherriiun. New Orleun : '. eo : .- 9 curH.Ti.-r Emndy M s
    '*- (IJ V) 1 low price
    " b-tb the Nor Could 1 them Srhr. Jenny tin-J, Seagrecn, tide onjirtt Monday in May, 1852. ,
    ,ii8daiR9*' --usractir. on paitdvcs < part nx re. I 1 *4 oM! M"iiorgahca! Whisiey,

    aaJ people. He rrad hii epecchltl .. : : 7) -. C) 12 2 old Rye SherifiTs Sale
    :. Ae&rdin to Die of the modem AXOTHFR SflKXTlMC WoNUEK*. It' :; c. co acI
    TtaHt f'J Dtl
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    Fupon-titi )*> 2 > XERnm
    1ei1 th ft the two writs of fieri facias issued froni
    vs ,
    :;:u ,
    a ; Greek* Cli the fund i. which their jifjiticf.-Dr. J. S Iloughtou's .in. The True Digestive : T c BY0f
    ft3fl : r ou jnif-rms in aucifters Pcp C ri t;i I C.. a- 2 4 Gin.J .
    of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the
    i.: timc 4.1 kme.p awy'ied to llt-riui-s. of the fcouls of1 Fluid. Gastric Juice. froti Ken cs I- e; r si
    or
    1iFr t cunujt-liug jTepHrt-d = --i. :- c.i.: .::.. : cask Sherry-gooJ, C..unty of Ga.It1, in the Middle Circuit of the Stat
    al! aiti-a- d that nSlau,; tlioa 1dby the dead U> the othr wvild.MEETING tu-t. or the Fourth Stomach of tlie Ox, nftrr (hltctiotis a e. 4 Madeira "
    0 -_ of Florida wherein William Forbes and Thomas M kkoe -

    1t.I1 t.) r.iJuc' a rupture jif the amicable of B.I rot i Liebig. thp great l'hysii'li'tical Chm q,1 a.. 2 baiTels cooking Wine.- tc.. tc. -jardian, &,. ere plaintiffs! and George SUhi*deen.knl. -
    IX OIl.VSOE COUNTY.At Ut bv J. S. Ho-ichtoh. M. 1>, Piiila'.lelplii.i.. } Tins i '
    1weifl France uuI .thcr Eurwer. : _.- For sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. I Lave levied upon and will expose for sale,
    Dw) LI.' n large and rC9WCttble mictintrof tino tzn truly a wonderful remedy fur Indi cs-tioii, Dvcjwp..ia.j t ? ; I April 17, 1S52. 1.1 at public outcry, to the highest bidder before the
    Jwn in th? durce (I liis per c ba'J Jauu-licc. Liu-r l.lnt Con. mid I .
    of Or.mje County. la-M ;it Mvlioarillc.on Friday, the Corn1 tifuticu! Debility Court House d or.in the Town cf Quincy, on the first

    jit'i 'u i f isumi'g: 1npererLip.k J'Ji instant, for the ]purpus? of Liking into <-onsiuira- (nrig; afti-r naturcV owu method liy natures ova : ;: : : : JAMEs: : B. GAMBLE Us just received a small Monday in May, 1832, wlthiii: legal hours, the foUowaj -
    airent, the fta-tru JUKI iiontific Damadk Table (Cl the
    Painpl.K-t. containiiifj ,
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    btii-ue fjrccdbc thIn tlie late the Ginoit.or '
    Until i J ..rfocJ.tl{ i1):1U!(.S adopted by of ; Iescrib?
    from tLe people iu the name tlrs State Iu resanl to IuJisn affairs, AUTllTHGYXX j evidence of its value, furnished by ageuts grats. :- ; : _: a apkini, Torn, a nero man aged about seventy yean, and
    wJd donual ; Sec n ittnong :
    wnipiwted Cluinnau and ; .
    A. Ca.twa wife
    t>ppuiiittd iVinny hIs aged about seTenty rears
    would irri'iaLblc
    title whidi .
    Hucabuck Towela. the
    ,.k tao 4f f ware, a uew St'et&tary. t by dozen LeTie>J upon aa the pruportj of cold defendant, ando

    * fix n L(3i t'.W r 'r with which lie HiHoti'ir, .lu.lnre Douglas nd'ln-ssrd' tlie meeting Tallahassee frame Sash Dooi and Shutter ; : 2. .: Towels by the yard, be sold to satisfy said writ cf fi. fa.
    :, 'z -z.; 5. : Brown nnd BlcachtiCr.ah,
    rtlellia. IK- was grectcJ vith ia and n anloutnt| aiul uUc s qech| pointed to the nt- Factory.I -z :z E: Russia SAMUEL B. LOVE. Sheri j

    : da'A tie teAiit! "f Ua &ddress' acisl vcss'ty: 4r A sor-i-.ly reniovitl of the Indians from tins -_ '-2 a-. .. C Birds Diaper" Quincj-, April 3, 1852. 13 tf '

    : ie ip..11e! ? J*>ratL. I His lloiior wjw sapp-Htfd ia thiseiews liy : I Eye
    ducts ofvive Npo- I I. W. BOWEN S Iri-h Linen assorted
    ,
    tr'ah casbstH a qualities Leon Female Academy.
    the aMri-ssvb of si-vtral ctn'Jfncn pn-ot-nt, to lie. c Z-z C .:: '
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    Practical LullJtr nnd .I, = r Uueti Can.l.rifk ilan.lkc rchiefa.fiu .
    Mine effect : an.l amonj ntu-rs! by .1. Me Roberta Ba- ] Mivufuclierrr of Jaf'r41 S -1 -- z Trustees of Leon FentaTe Acaderty hfaVe ap-
    ( hamf Cblico'3 de For sale reasonable THE
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    fllthr. : C on
    ) 'k tiwoata cf fidelity to the k< 1of, .lacksiiinille.; wlsosoIoiUiiit u
    .worn to fidelity e'vi-,1 by the merlin:; w.th the most euthuslauio ix- 1 ------- f-f- rf. ; : :.: who w to enter upon his datie* on Thursday, .1
    aol .he nietibi'r cre hi'i'tioii of satibfAi-tion and Subscriber will kiep. during the M-a-ini :i ----I z-; April 17, 1S32. 15 the first. It ia that this School
    jippl.iu'-e. THE ; .z : _ _ _ April designed shall
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    OL Cv1 t: aaJ MCjrriMt.wcre itirtir.ent of the follow ing urticL- wLli!, __ ._ -
    : made -
    1) the P.ik"- ..l a ge Crane then a few pertinent rerrmrtv*- j 7 J (drni&h the opportunity for a thorough and"elegant
    (I. : i. = -
    \vlLrt.upbt) a Conun'tteo was :ijj>o'.lired to draft risoluti !j he invites purcnaccrs to call and t-er---ur>d will JH.-1I :it -- -. j- :: DEAFNESS education. '

    of the of the as low j-ri-.vs as can bo had m the city: I Terms Sewicli tf Fiee ManQik.rthography .
    day tie Swte and L 'fjL' iiJ li fivii'I..a
    o ti i-tiig! if.Mej. rj'. A T. BraM'm Cipuin I IJu !luy nd j i \1iI tiiinitiiv, : DR. LE BRUNN'S ) Reading and Vv'riuiig. f 10 (X)
    CJifl'rs.it
    met 11 tbrir: rt.pxtve! : flulk l\i,k. Navy : ;.;
    Crp The Coinmittit the Grain
    Iotr S)>ear. ivporii-j loowiigons !! -- ._ I Arithmetic Geotjraphy English t
    : 1NFAI.I.IIILC AUKAL. KKMCDIES
    Jb a'Jtbc Depart taont* tritnjbi'Sia't Shoulders.S'lirarCiifed. South Camliiia Rire
    Jnlhw ccx : .1 Utii'lDi--1 nil l it was thm-u;>onResulted. ? and History 15 00

    Tiic cjaa fiivil rcscn\ its furmcr tide Ta.it WP. the inhabitants of tliis' Ciunty, Rams, Fn-ah Com Meal, -- r--a -' HAVE beea suc esnful in nearly Three Thousand 'hytical Geography. Natural History'. Natural t

    Code >aueja." (0flr1 ler t'.e Iutivr C.21t11 0,1110: (.)f the I ldUl i Phiiu do Java) ColFv*: hi nlall mat.bv .-, .? of IX aTiK-os. Tbe remedies Lave been Mcn'al. or Moral Philosophy, Chemistry t ..4rr1d1u11ce1l

    --Ha L fise 1 at ten mitti>u*.- tlieir pr e nt }lwisti: (.: aa fruu ht whli clanyt-r and X. O. Brown Susjar, the pack, .z7 .: :: ; : : ; by Dr. Krau.er. .f Berlin, Dr?. Itard and and Composition, '- 20 OdJheto'ric
    Tat Proa JeutV ti 1 tati e n the trontUr 1 I'orto Kica Jo. do.l Rio ; >elr.n of Paris, and DP. Pili-Iwr, Ctrtu and Ycarley and
    :;r ;it iI'justice to pojiulntrmi of thi Stale.ftes'jlted. z = t .e ,Lorfc; Algebra, Geomctry.Latin
    7?tclia; is oa tbe iscresse, aai lie cnipirt oiy.\ etretU That) we <-<>tibliJt.r ourMlvcs at rny time Clarified
    ldecre&t: lial o to Le Uflcp&eted1V! ultackdl l by a fi'dn! outInvak I Clarified Supir, Vinejjar, 5 .4 5 : .j-| Z3 .I = .> 11.T ei er applied for di u |
    te aaia ) ..f n.lin nation and in ofii Loaf tfo. CIIikI1IVine, :) L. tar. If the c.iuse of inipaiTvJ hearing is confined to
    ;3.1.-.l1I arc ta crcept acsordrg io we aie n tate -' i JS
    Granulated do. 1-nnl *4 Ctli ilay. Dr. Le R warrants a cure in Cverv tase,
    and the hist and
    to u ur.lj means of this
    prutifl ;
    hive Less takes tt DiKh crct a m n.- lotie is Powdered do. Sweet u .MivTfBNPVKT, M. 1).. M'tiiical Etainincr, who nttinds when the ear i* perfect in its formating fie has EUINE Arabian Liniment, i* a most exfranrJT -
    bein pifiaancntly < by a t-]>eeojand total removal -
    UouU- and his Leaf Lard by the ke \Vorct,tc'r Sauce and at the office d.tily. from 11 till half pnst lio'tlok. iifiitt-en! ctrtirlcatot from tho-e who had been deaf dinary medicine, the truth ot which is placed
    of
    Jilly: crew.Rcsolrtd .. by the barrel, (,CitlllT' .To=rpn l lli.r\T. Counsellor.JAMES from infancy, arid whose hearing by the use of these beyond doubt by the vast tales of the article and
    edict lias been issued warricg Thiit: with! tliis view of the irnttrr we
    T=LLX.-Ai2 :liToa.s by tIle do. Durham Mustard.Caytinii II. GAMBLE, Aeent, remedies i ia now completely restored. Over two he oany cores being daily performed by it, which

    1 regnei fro:i entering Geneva without papers, Iiiilv Governor approve towards of tho nu-amrt.tmr)latvly tr ntier ndopiiM tilt by tli> Syra4> by tlie half do. : Pcj p-.r, dc. A{.HI 2 I,15?. T dah.n! sce.Runavray. tii.iuand certificates cf cures may be seen oil appli- previously had resisted all other medicine) and the ":
    \ piout-tins st menu skill ot the best in the world. It if
    phjsicians comosed
    di !aiJ! that they wiJ; be expeileJ utiless they! bro .n Soap.Mnall! lKe, )aI5I Dressing, cati.hn. '
    znd
    the di-predulicms of Indian
    our
    I'I of balsams and
    hsaStfnstlves aai obtain the neiesssry pemis- I ntj2bht$.trespasaefa C.tir.llcn i.i whoc! and iuJ( S
    la This chi ca ww* CM have: voluntary passpoilsiaaiEajlul.bur. Kcnolred.! That we approve of net ire and cncrj.T tie j bOXes Pie Xif Cr-t-ktrs, ju TT'IJOM 4 tiie SuWrilior'plantti'n in tladslenV Lave remedies sent to any }part, free of expense. heir stin.ulating. Anodyne, penetiatinv, vnriftoui
    Star h in 1 Ib. Water u Term S5 for full of remedies
    ime f Frruiee or G ..rS m<-asuren bein? ad.-pled by the Govinmrtu aecmipi p.tpcrK, J. Ct nL.ty. about tie tir>t of tliis nviitli.} a ne a course (comprising and revulsive properties and the ,arue which, afetia
    r
    g, > 1 '
    the btix.'CJ .
    by Butter from 4 to 8 different toutk! >cs ) ad rice and full instructions
    l s'l tliis much dv-jiired obji-et, towards jri\ing us that -Ci. Lr > fellow"liy the nainc 1.fJEY.)} 11 a about o. were used by the "Sors of the Desert,** with
    < c slate, Ci.tii Starch, Pilot ui'l Xavy Brt-aJ, fitf..- .t, iu-ii-in I.tTrth. Very blavk. ; SlOfeetu be paid when radically and 4-
    h.varity in 4urlniue. hvesa'iI I toiloh} -t.% -n stout uch miraculous success, in curing the diseases fXl
    I__. t 1.-s 4..n.., ,. .. .. ..... property i IK-d it- Cliani'airne. Purler hint Al bv the dL I ..,-! .1..... .. .i t.. ._.. ...- .1,_. ....'.i i ... : .__ v comnk-telv cured. *
    4.A U '' -- e very \mtncan Cii7! (.' i is ?:iiuie irom i u.in. -! u i i< .r.iuiiiii > xjn'4-.eu biyj'ii t'n' W! .ti tti o n-hb the Burmese: hive j jJLfw live cf his Sute, and wv sliall always he ray to as ; i t eiiIt. Ci Kr l liy tli duz., rai-fl in East n >ri i ;i'n nly .>flli* smne, Old Whi.kev, on the Ear and its ili'-eases. price One Dollar.
    l ik tli.-re. A lit N-r.d reward will Iv fir lit- delorv
    Jt'a Maf fc'.fct lii'ii to the mm**! of our pov.-t.-r for the uocomj <:i pn51 of l/irmsc/ee* place .
    Lt n: tr'npifrvaC ana Mad-it Wine Old A'Mres Dr. Le' Bruno. Union N. Y.
    u Rye : t > n-e ut L uta'ii-n. in jai'' Square, H. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN
    >.:>!i.n-ft of this; ulijtct.Jiwihcd. < i.iv l> <>r jilaffd any so LINIMENT
    2 :! .tr; L* iLc Burmese tun itcrv on tie j Sherry l eititi'ed i that 'l -.i l.i'n. SAM'L CALDWELL. April 17. lS5i. 15 5t Far similar
    Th.it we liisl.ly : prrrve of tl.e clioc1'iHc : < .. .; gtt beyond any remedy. I
    ; flrc. $ by l lie ( o\ c-riior, I iu j '..iciia[ the pi-ouciwn i>! \iiirtit. 2eIl Pieilli. ( .li1.'v, April 21, 1-52. Irt tf For Sale. About a jear and a half ago.a sweliinj appeared
    F1i1s .
    .4 d var 3 eft I5.us.lny f.T Rrxnpat .':r fi-. !:tior uivli-r: tlio i-'iartre irf (ioiicr&l D. I ll ',ikii. .c. in my wile's stomach, gradually increasing in size -
    3Lilrjsfw-r IlistiliTaeprj Tlv.tre Lave tie inoht unboundel I cohfdeiicc: in li* 1 or tale i.'. low JIIU.N s fira*!;. v.l. Jiil<- nud retail. New, Froch and Pretty Goods.j X CASKS Bac n, 1 Tierce Hams, until it became Urce aa my fist, and so sore that

    ; troops. kill and fT!'T y n a coiinnr.r.Qcr, n-id in j IjuJg- JAMES B. GAMDL11 j T ( ; i-f l-ie; f.i.cy fxus-: : : f-r the- f/i'li. niJj *Jf iu wtritls stiu.' FLcr, 5 h" Lird,. she could not bear the least pressure uft>n it wilh-
    1nv3b4. | April 21 l, I-: 10 5 l. rilly '- 1 ter: ? > Rite, out giving; her extreme pain. 1 the advice of
    OK-I.I tnl tirsn; undinohln p.itri.-:i'-in si* a ttihi: n.- i'i :btv rc'1Lre t got

    : n . rebel* i ia Ciiint; xra$ C1C i1Ilv '.Ve I li.-jtj that if anv Inrthfr active :u-ahur H! Call and ScTl j I u-f tniin: to ii.nin.'nitf. Jiisl; i>pen tL and n-.re like 10 bags CfEVe. 1'J luxes CLeese. our best doctor, ai
    *" i Th<' r 'V* -jr G a.,'ral orti-ular'v' in jiiicc-j. Call At low pi-ices fcr cii!; tvJAMES it ; some said it was an Ague Ctkfc or Enlargement

    h f hi ual the ;liimav continue: t-i 1 1J vi.tniMtd to <,fl1. in nhkll TT n-ofived j-er ScLioiurs. R. 1'ttres and 1* aud s-'ij..eai P. LADl/S. R GAMBLE. cf the Spleen ; some, that it was an Eslargemeni of

    Srtc.jci .a one t own to\v. rcm- .- we have the ,ytateit ci'noincc.. nnd who lie ,. ,, V. H t.'I4, :'; : /JI l, IS.IceReal. April 17. 1852. 15 he Ovaries'; and others said it was a Tumor of the

    i :iL il free Mcnally OofiMteLiJ iii l'l- :in J UIIVC1I ) i.i:1itUd and tttetxtJ l/\ Li ,| 6 l-a-diS Klblittl Jji'il'?, Ovaries, and could not becnrcd except by cutting it

    e'- < .- 6 Cold Ice. By the Laura Jane." out. In this critical situation. I was persuaded Id
    ?
    ::' i-ftle I'tiUimore Svn Retired That thanks and robntroii 2 Clear Sidi i. !:. BASKETS St'.taine in try H. G. Farrell' Aiabian Liniment upon if, and
    our sp ar- Chai.jagno quarts,
    tL i".M
    OTS of stuff horsed, fir tho that
    VA ivr.Tox, Aj-iil 15. Is2.:; r. ) Mls. Extra Oiiio Flour, I ready c *. and strange as it may appear upon the third application ,
    z due to Captain: .Jt-niigan, for the M< rle: lihstak ii A I aAt: t. tii.i.tv: low, purticulaily, ut \\lMi-s.-ilv! } lvi *J 3 pints, avery
    J)'fit li 77Po: '.uf Jki.- 40 Extra St. Lt-uLs, rir'icle. snle he began to improve, and has- continued getting
    the Fcr
    < >3 in promptly and eisorsi-tieiilly ft p| injj first *ttvinpl t- I'io\1b.rt i Aj.iil 'J4, lbS2. 16 D. LADD. siq.'ri.ir[ by
    ... ;in f < .. S..t-T S.ii. in Mt. Pork, \\S52. GAMBLE. ictter daily, UrI1I1 now she i is as Well as evei-encying -
    f>r f ( i'; : ru H*:. ,., A 6 *<"y l''i >'f i1' -, excel'eit: health.
    it y\3 fir / ( 7 ; our scttliniiiits.littolred I / !
    Farcy Peoria March 5 IS4D. D'I1'CONNELL
    ,
    6 lgao Canlie'.
    Direct
    IiavTf That the prompt and nctivc mcasurwah'4i.1 Importation.
    peneJ j > the bist"rve i:& th : lk (.apteIrc l. t'.e' ln.iins] f..uud hioii.l c.L" Plain H.im LJEKSOXS: ) who plirehasa9l Mules infected, with this tutor and for sale 1r cosh. 25 Bos-

    '.2 ?;ejjj' o-Knjuija by; Mr. M.u> uui. Hectt th. bntid.trit' I.' (a'.tulatcil Ii, ficitittnnJ ti.I.enICC fi ti.-rri-sSu-'i.r tuu-d Ifcm, from .'tihaiialker, are requested tu RECEIVED Irish Putt,. bv J. B. GAMBLE i[: Robert Hir.ds. Postmaster. say, : 3 j
    meat ut M.'iiti'Ilo.. Fla tl.e : rd .f cd, CERCSTOWW, PA.. March 27, 1549. I
    on next
    ,
    * in.iki"juj uati 2 ) blils. WlUki-y, > May on
    > < :
    ira'iiv fxpl < u aifinptrt.KK.eunlctnierai.i
    ui v l.tl l.
    "t2 tI. ji:t.iit ( ;: l1fIMlbk ncg"titIi.n %% April 17, 185*. 15
    Lnr.ioii biher. to theirintmatAprilJ4 One woman has used your Liniment xrith
    c LI ] 2 $ $ F.x'rn. iinp-rtjut great
    own
    ,
    -- ( : tit, f..r iheir tr.1 itiiuval tri.m tii State.Ieiorrd. .
    L-.Iwniifxly gm'.ia'ellliis! I iuon/;:i iIe'EpOttiin Tint from jcifhixe inronnai-in, w. i F.c'.re purchai-iii'; N'a lii-re. so'i will do well to call _.: ls5J. 1C$ It* A PURCHASER. Notice.T success. She Lad kff Incuse of her I'es for three

    &n Lour, HM 1 r.'iiu inucli auiiiiati >u. up a LiCxiji know tit! the lale iniijii c.turrd]> were frun fifty and !( fur "vourx-lf, as I will rc'.l low for casli. andca.ll : vears.the crtrrf' being contracted so that her legs 1
    ntv. Notice. lIE underigned tenders Lie sincere thanks to the were bent as much while standing as is natural for j
    A. ILFELKLL.j .
    ? si'; iidnit.tJ tliat Mr. ITJiwiewas ;
    Hf
    : > a: to MVty inili-s within; our frontii-rs, and. tlitrvfjre, wehi of the while
    &di-: tf tV win re ofl.U State.b$ hvd care' 1 Ii of their beiiic inkrn.fe'notrJ.TIiat j Apiil-.M. lSf,2. 1Ci : my alscu'efrorn the State, C. C. BYRD community for the liberal patronage which lies he position legs tilting, and she could
    aj pro\e in
    Lend Ihe least
    DUltlXG them but
    the
    not by of H. G.
    been extended to hm since lie Las been in ; use
    ** sti! ciil.te. f *Lo sis engaged q
    r .
    3pvficca; f irfjra. Sc.itt !* ? / / tliix 2'i-it'--frten of the Okrhun'1'kafl fly Agtut.i
    'arrell's Arabian Liniment she is
    '''. i : He e-iutea-leJ tluitt.i i Spring and Summer C. othing. i ili2 C ittun Weighing and Gii'imLxiion Business in now able to walk
    :4I 1..L.e:4huth.; (tiIi vho jin found ita
    Tullahiaeee. Buin aliout t3 leave tht State of
    tt c..'1! thaw us cV-sa a biH >f health on thjo the civil authorities! of the Uuhcd States, bo ujutft' l TUSsT r."'-<'ivt-d nrv liutidM'ine ii"si me it of f i-h. $ April 21. UM. 1C most e.xcelleet remedy for horse flesh also!
    H"rida he take-* this occasion t inform his late ; lor
    *' tion r.ai) .aa v.-Lo Lvl lx-ca u-iui l l IAI <-onieiJ LIke hm.lltsdlrrd. : i .1 i>.uibc-! READY MADE) Cl/THNi! ( e ilrai.uvery > customers thing which teacups an external J
    that all unsettled buvint-Vji connected with the every remedy.
    ; j j-lai. 11 Ie d cl irc'i in retrt t r. th-t G et: Sjcutr, Thit a copy of thp c nlutions le for.ncUd 1 i vanVty of (COAT, VbSTS jiuJ PANTALO Notice.LL i h
    Wiire-House in Tidlahase. is -ft m tLe Lands of LU
    (- i-MVi: e-iuid: bc'ciKt J, lint ic was the ou'.y \\. to Hi Kxei: 1'eiic.v, the GoTtrnor.HtsdrtJ I: ( NS, fruited t i- the i-son; mumutiaturtd fn.t.i (hit I' person", creditor*, legatee*, entitled to dwtri- Mr. JOHN F. BROOME.< gentleman who The Opinion of an O'd, Experienced and Scientific

    *' 2 Lt; .- that eoj'.JJ: bo, FurtLt-r Lcrted Tl at the sc-veml JCJKI of this State lit I .no-t npproviH] rmitciialo, bt\ks ilie..uaLleezLuiazj- I l.utou, or otherwise int rt'. Utl in the estate of succ4sor. a Farrir.lVAsAtGTON .
    is well tLr buoutc&s and who
    1.Gt s be the f tit Nati na rorutu.-d make tht iw rrwi'u'ioiu! siid .iieeedir. eiAp tfliSLrpfl3k.ed. qualititd ft> carry on ,
    w ; iHKj.ubhc. i Warn n iJruml'-y late of Jefferson Cf-cnty Florida. will Li- entire time an-1 attntioii ti it. His IOWA, June 2 J, 1S43. '
    Titw<-itioi. if it v.,s ut jircvctiVeu liy the macli- A UT11 1' U V.NN CLaimum. l'ii.is low to ,ul the times.Auil give ; cx-
    the
    J uotifit exlubit tlieir! cbims From and
    tie Vii- il, are hereby t a> ienerice in this branch of lu inrs>s, and his admittedjuiilitiiations. speedy| permanent curt,, both ofl f
    .- ,; the ". 1iiiu-tr: ;>'4n.. A. CRANE Srrrrlary.Z5 -J4.1 c 5J. 1 W. T. MITC1IELL.! and beaM whTch
    ; .n 1 ini.nIditliiti two > -ar < f U > uthfni TVIH .ju-tify me solictin same
    i tooa tli'-j'trt ?
    J t.-i-i tli4 will Le Larrol and all I di cot hesitate to
    i'.riziied.
    or anie ert if the
    fIt. fl rz'erc.t. Ii We tike the f ..IKvkifrom the Editor Table ; } iberal patron.ige heretofore extended to me. pronounce ;
    211
    and
    pirtJ s : ; !! Oranges Lemons.T Great Re'mfdy of the "
    ,4a115 i.lbtetI the said deriacd, are requested to Age. J have practiced, !
    u" 'if tlie 3 ii.Mti l lj u.le in thf CAUCUS cf Kni -ki Ukt .-. C. A. XASH.
    <- Hi t> ** : BOXES LEMOXS. 5 BOXES ORAXGESJ iii.ieke tLflflCditC p.iyiziaiit.WM.. toring twenty years and have tried
    J'"l u-'i'jL hut will rr.i j'ire tlie jiub'i-i tni.il f T jriMtluiun iiiug: ii: an rastcra railroadar.. all the various llni'menls.
    10 CLARET. Just re.ive.l iu.t c. j, A. GIXKINS, Adnfr.icEri.eniCutiitvApti11 un.kri.ucd has been COTTON ointment*, te., so tnnchl ) j
    *ti'i 2t luji* caucu*, vhiclivlll l.e H tMtnp'.t-te trI wLicli WH.-1 rather sparw-ly: rujj.li; with jis-M-inr; < ip, JAMES ii. THE appointed PufFed in the but 1
    GAMIJLI.
    ly IS 12. 16 Sin l up papers ; must toy that H. C.
    :. and be found at all times at the
    I tIM. ,4 aal evrl wiig 4)1' thi lIrI .- oU.rvcd in the scat In-fore Win a Van:, ea'Hi'e' caii Farrell's Arabian Liniment exceeds
    AprH24, 1852. 16 \ arehouMj} that I h
    MM.; i.uorela! ici' ,uu t1.! part oftl* Yankee even feature of w bo' c life M-eiuetl to nsk a i iqucti 11 L "Notice.rN -. in the recently lot occupied between by Mr. C. A. If ASH.nl made use of. By its use. I have cured any Sweeny ever aid '
    vacant the
    Y Stores of I). C. 'j
    -- SJ Vv\j.:n ; uud a little <-irt-un t>tanw Spring Style. in f'tuh and
    t, C conformity to statute case made provulrtl WiL-oii and Juries Ilirkscv, Esura.J'.llIX. pronounced incurable
    t4 .2.i'4; %iitV wj'j g, j it. there btig noai lie jMPM-<-il a ino t "inquiriuj baud.1 13< fore hnij4ScCttjsyiLtl.j and 1 have cured inoi-e than
    ,. \ I r\VclIIOXABLEMoleskin I lid 5.litet ftliii in. witi I I The Ciu'c-thu t-htire di'essed in -
    n il.t tuiu uji. } the Fext t.&t! a lady Wp I -P the estate of Robert R Giloii. de- season with jour Liniment, embracing shade
    1 all qualiluit of B'ack and Drab K scuth lEts.-- Administratrix on April 10, 1S. H tf every
    a iiattfrLcr' rOifficulty e..iiiiJcr- block: and aft4-r bhiftinx Li* jx-oiij KJ several] times,' 1.1 disease, from scrafthes and brui.ns
    in la
    Ped.-ile ccad.. late of fiadsdui UnUnty, the State of Flor- up Spavinj
    4 i Also inuitarietyof I'an-una: 1.eghr'ni.C.i-
    n
    I'tthe riiLiistruuj* men, uud luauaniviin! to get un 4>iHnluiiity| to look luiiu Ale andlBrowu Stout. Ring-Bone and Sweeny. 1 can ab! tear
    for and i-li. I shall on the 24th day of May next, .at Churna tesiimnny
    | burg. CainpeaiLy, and Straw Hats iwu liny ,
    virkaig ; (ku.Sc.it t1 the face he at length "cjagbt Iwr eye. He nxlfauiiliarly nuts good etfecU on I he homao sySfrin. ] .
    toother with u <-u -r.d i.B ortiiii-nt ot CaM suited t( hers, in the City of Tullalu.-wi-, apply to the Honorable Brur Cliritiiia, direct from Ijverpool. have waon-
    j
    g we
    i1LItt.. i.t) Ilie C1IVci3ibUhaVf:1. 4i to hr, iui.1 a ked, with a nt al tutrly BY fined nearly$ all last winter fa rny room with Kheumati
    W.T. 3111 CJILLL.t.i. J. Wayles"Bilker. Jud e thewin-.ii.] JL214 n-cuved by Rircliv A IVrkius
    : itfcat d Gcu. Sett nuui- iiKWiJabk- Knitaiion: Iu affiietic.-n f "Yes, Pale .m, and could gef not bin to
    ( ? help until
    t1rujt of Flonda. for leave to sell the f.l- ._ me. I
    Mi.L1T Ttllllt
    : i.o tb Kl4.t. -! 4 1* nrnl.. Tlv. MO J .fr i' T n.A.>n. T>
    'Tlaijscv.: fir. n-nliod: thel-i'ly. "Fan-tit*! UUn-ror mot'wrr. : -"- : '- '-" LJUtU .i.iUWU commencea tile UC of \oarlirely Liniment, which eniVM.
    ]"criliod real l tatc. belonging to the estate Stout and .
    flrn.std.J Lt y. <.r d<.ubt us 1:1 the -X'i. bir." said the Luly. Child, jwiljnh, | ? a boy or lowing i in quart pint bottle' cured roe. \ R. CRIMES.!
    ,"!?: .ii. f Notice. i tif tLe aid deceased, siz : Lot No. 125! 126, and BERRY A ROWLFS: Auctioneers, &c. 4
    any <.fthcii i (.Uj 15.iat6 t pr'J) .? ,, it th.ir .Ll f..gvi'. I4ItIL have no tLildrru." -Husband then cxjH-ct"< Ys," I HAVE rpcently receivd the f illowine artides, 127, i-ituitto of and Gndmlen IjiiiR in aforer-aui the tot\n of Quincy, and iu -April 10. 1i'.' :!. If tf Sun Pain of ten years ,tandin% curedly H. b:
    the County
    I.' : ; a" %i'J Wit 4i'iarrl over tin lr bi ead was the curt answer. "Hum-choleryi-a tradiu' which will hit Hild nt unusually low prices: Admx. tickled Fan ell'a Arabian Liniment.
    A. F. GIBSON
    FLORIDA
    14 t4ter. lox. man, meb-be {" 'My husband 1 was H st-ft-fuiin man u dozn Worked Gtlbr, Pig: Pork, Mr. H. G FAR HELL-Dear Sir :_I bad been aTflicftd -

    -the ca't iuof a vt-sst-1; he didn't die cholera ; lie I Euib njlJt.ril Ilaudki-rcLiefr, April 24tl&5i 16 6t B Schi ner President, a d-Micate article, just received with the Situ Pain" for tire last ten years,

    A Child's Evening Prayer* wa* drowned. Oh, druw ued, th I" purt-ucd the i in- 2 CLemiztttea, Middle Circuit of Florida. from New Orleame.BEL1UIY. and could get never get relief eirept bv bleedIng

    H.avM.lv quIJtor, hesitating a brief iustaut "Have bwclmtf" 80 pieces a&feoitcd Laces Ac- Sc.JAMIiS. & ROWLES. but by the use.f1I.G.irrehl'.rabjan Liniment!

    HI-! thy liuie Sui-iilierd lajl, ViiiIit, hear me bet a keX Yea, the vewel was *avcd, and niv hus- B. GAMBLE. IX OADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT; April 10. 1852._ 14_ applied over .lie temples about three or four tim*

    rLI4ILL tb- djclnnt-J ; baa ie offwt*," sail the wi low. "Was they Tasked April 24, 1852. 16Shirts SraiNO Truic. 1852. a day, it was entirely Iemnved. and 1 haVe fell uc-
    llmu
    iif-ar rnc, Notice
    ''M.ih iy 'Jo-ii! till morning light.i the Yaiikec his eves brijfhU-ninjf up; "jrtouB niaur Charles IL DuP-out, ; thing of ji since. 1 went info the stable one nig&t

    he cf uiiiiui-d. lie waa. a member of the 31etbo!
    Al i 'A* diy Tlv, Imji-l luid led ice, chi ''di. Tbe next qut-htiou v an a little delayed but it ll AT are well made, of all qualities of b 'tli white James Martin. tice I will apply to the Honorable J. Wayles he stumbled and fel! against my leg*, crushing add

    AtM! I thaiA The for Thy care; came: -D u't yon think yon got pre- -a-t cause ti lie T nnd funcy o.lurs, home 'if which are extra flue, Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court for UK Middle District bruiin; thfinso badly! teat they turned an black bm .
    EctaLiUh Record of
    Mila"! uan *.l. nu.l fed:and clothed xne, tliankful that Le wits a piuutt IIIRU,ainl pav diit) chi tr and! will fit to a T." Jud received and forxale very On Petition to Jttdjjement. of Florida, at his office ni TallaLn iw for per- ; hat, rendering them powtrless. I applied voqi

    Lt: >u t-j uiy cvoiiing prtiyer.v '* 1 do,"* said the widow, abttlptay, and turned her head low bv W. t. MITCHELL. 1 T beng made to appear l by affidnTit th.it the deL miWion to sell the following Lands, belonging to the Linimentand wa* well enough in a few days To |d

    v my i-Jas lx- nil f rgivt-n to lookout of tie our window. Tie indefatigable April 24, 1852 16 ? A-iulint in the above stilted cuue rubidus beyond estate of John G. RaWK late iJeiTa-fd. in which Oscar about again as usual. I alo crushed Kiv tinker in a

    nJ uJs 1 1-rte ;well urIir' clt&nged Li* ptiMliou, held tie widow by his the limk of the State of Flurida M.and JoIkMjihene liawls. iwfant children of the shocking ir.anner.by letting buck log fall upon it i

    wJtu I in4 II so ; glitti-nug eye oice more, and propoun led oce more For Sale at Cost and Charges. // it therefore Ordrrrd, That a hcnrinsf be had on aid John G. Rawl, arc interested, to wit fTlie your Liniment soon healed it up, though. i
    t >
    11h"Y thr with ne(tlc to* au Jwc-U.n, query, iu a little lower tone with las head t>luhtly iu- Ofl BARGE Dress Patterns, the jwttiuiililed therein at the next Fall Terra of thl% S E \ of the S W J of & 3, the E j of the La JOHN B. 4l'GEE.[
    Salle
    : tUned forward: over the Lavlc of the &atViu you \J 15 Silk an !Wool do Court: S W J of Sec 10. the S E J of.,lhe N W J of See 10. precinct, Peoria cc., I II., Feb. 0, 1S4.

    A1 j Ue 14 callaiu to get nuirried ng'inT **.i5ir T taid the wi-bw 10 TUsue iteaa! pattern?, yVov/rtA That this Order lie publi'hed for the p< and the E i of the S E 4 of S-c 9; all in T 2. R 2,

    tlflaflJ,? (4 Awl' Thore lad wa a very;d father.Kriew' bgrvho .-: indignantly, you are impertinent 1"* And .fclw left her 40 MutliiiiiJunniet do rind l of three months in some newopupcr published North and West, Iviw? and lying' in the County oGadsden To guard against Imp.ositimi. read the folloinmtcarefully.
    % \ \
    if.LtT W avry Vbout gr Mitt, and took another on the plher side tf the car.- riO Work d Collars, Within this Judicial Circuit. and State"of Honda/containing 242 89-100 .
    wicVd
    and troubled the
    The
    Public !
    jIJl,*(A hl ,..., 1ll'I ti' in vjuu tx> fcotivinee Urn fsjJJ Vars to be n liUle.Uuffy T aid the iudefotigaie bore, 24 pair worked Sleeves. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A acres, more or lesft. base counterfeit pirticnlnry which has caaliohed against a
    i l;. tp1 tuniing U) our narrator U-land him ** Jie ueed'ut be JAMES B. GAMBLE. true copy-Attest : ELIZABETH KAWLS Adm'k. lately wade its appear
    }I1II t,, refirm. ante, and U called by the
    c-.1) mad J I didn't want tp hurt her feelinV What did 16Boots R. C. LEStER Clert By SILAS K ALLEN. Agent IrnpP9fp who ihakeslF
    day
    t> Aniost Hwe U a hainiiHjs. April 21.1832. W. B. F rrell> Arabian tValteflvt, >bf
    Tbu
    IS
    tribi make for- tint urabrcl got in Apnl 21. 1St. 3m 10, 1832. H 5t >
    k they you pay you your April
    *
    i \vLJi you ercrj' time you di __ ___ dangerous fraod and more Uabje to deceive from bit :

    keizi, to drive one of tLwc nafls into thi bund I ltmarea1ootyover; Middle Circuit of Florida.IK bearing (he name of Farrell. Therefore,, be particju> '

    PLTCTI ox If ATRIMONY,-Punch says it is fearful to Gaiters and Slipper*,a beauUfulassortment By 3. G. Anderson. lar never c ll lot il by the nae. Farreil'a"Ibr

    M J, 'well father I wDL' reflect bow many persons Tnifrhrto matriouiuy totally SHOES received and for sale low. GADSDES CIRCUIT COURt 1O BASKETS fce'idsic fcbifnpaigne, unprincipled dealers will impose thu spurious jniiiI


    t ** *lfli Am.i came to bis filner and saId, the nnprepftred for the awful eiimifw that %tita them.- i April 24, IR62. 1ft W. T. MITCHELL.f t To SraiNO TERU, 18& S 44 ptt. -., I (me upon you for the genuine*, hot alwap ak fIw

    1 k Impt I lave used all the nails. Com* and A man mar take a wile at :twenty ww, before be -i-. _: it : : : Joseph Law and Richard Sims co-partners, using the 10 boxes Tobacco-8s, Os, 1 llx, H.G.Farrell's Arahisn LinimenlnItabp othwia ..

    knows the difference between a dup mod a leg bora,- Cast Sweeps* UMC and style of Law
    *if!eherettothe sbot tad founS tbc vail Week Wewoeld no more grant a inarriag*' license to any rnIk- CASSWeeJe, ., vr 15 boxes Cheese, Farreli's ; his sttonre Is r o on the onUiIe wn| i

    body,aiatplr because be'WH gc.xtban'a license oothatKroUDaoolytobracbe ,uU 20 P1oughi.p %.* */ ReubenDubos9i 2 Preserved Ginger, per. and the** words brown in' the clan bottleH. :!-;
    4toLi & 'Amosia.'youtnitted a Hus- v 2 Martinas Pick S. G. Farien AarabiabXinimebl Peoria -
    ,
    as aa apotbMiry.1' Kegs Nail*. 4
    .e'tiyceufthe.eniiliI I* bends ought to MeducUd. We woW like to have 10 Traveler' Trunks Petition to Establish Record of Judgment., 5 doxea English Jtnstarrtft Amtt mntea In er n town, Vitiate and ham .&

    'fter: ti Atn *. the followingnoeatiott pot to young and aaezperieuc- IOMazizeandPamiljCloeic. TT being made to appear by affidavit that thi d 1.- u Woseetey&ue fn he United SUIes in whith one i* not ealaUi '

    d f.ther sij ''*wrfullyt'wbafa bod boy yovThywa1 ed persons aopat M tnarry t" Art you aware of the For uie by JAMES B. GAMBLE.iI41852. JL, fondant l in the above stated cause reside beyoudthelimitaof Apply by letter to H. G.FaFpetl. Peo,- 1uiiii1

    mo- -% yon nut turn about price of oals and endIt, I Do you know -which is 18 the State of Florida; ... ,, \ u Salad with good refekente as )L. iharacteAc. re.p isj

    a. piosteeowjinical.tijtsAfcbibooe or thq rutiod? How It it tktftfbre Ordered, That a bearing be baa oo .5 Cayenne Pepper, .; .4-4- .21

    1 ree1aetl.ttkughtI1; for m. few monwota, and! ]:rj, yoonfftnta, VDI a Itg of dtuttoo go .ia ft stnaUJkhulyf Thomas Hughes Hines, the pettowi filed dterein at thfe next Fall Term of this 10 M Flavoring Eatracts, Vaiallfc 'T-f" Call on thetgent *bowm f TnwJ IreHi

    tib.tither, t '.1fl _j aire been aitogctkei Etotr ) nd cnmtllor it LiW Court : Cdy, T r sale by .J..B. GAMBLE. a.book enntaininK much T nMa infonpitfea
    a11.I! wij try le; beter .. Attorney f-Provided Titti thUjOrder be published tort is every das of ciriaeM. 3S" r --
    $ a TflW1 WITS? Do yea toaw the Jjrlo* of a orpotet;? ,. period LjlrIl i7j8$ ,
    $ fzh 'Tk the 'It 2TIJ4E, GEO, of tlii-66 months In published --
    I1IIcmer. M eviv Declare Jf tan. 'Theb3'ctbI. tteiiaa' some "newspaper .
    tYOD jen par tammthnt .. #-
    a
    f dr-" out a nail aad pet it into the W.! bonnets. Tills cjptv ribbons, flowen, ptlcriuea.cirrEaals TTTtLL pwetiw ip the Circuit Court of .Thomas, whhki this Judicial District. :7e&ctNGLISH ; Fm. anIZ gaaIa.4 s innufactedL: i.

    [ v *ts the boy cam and taid, "Come fit- ,' ctiffl, glove,' corset*, bustle;, la, would Tf Lowndes, Clinch, Ware; Applinff, od Irwai ;,. J, WAYLES BAZEB, Ja4e.- CU M and HnxlMlQf Irfah Fotatow ell, sole rn.ntMand pojet ; $ed. 4

    i.jdsctheiafli! iutheVeg again. Every ood pn b>bly oorae to b tbe lump f Ifun&b1etsanwer Counties in Georgia, aad in Jefferson, .Maiion, Ham- I A true copy.-Attest : .L4 per Barau* Christina, and fat Mle by .a1ewkclesal.DraWialTK Mncf. Pwria. ii
    e and retail
    ; (:11 li 0-i.eILaYc ptlmed cut a caiL See the these inquiries, we would ttrco ly adrbe you to "go iltcn'and Columbia Counties in FJoriii. R. C. LESTER, CTerk. BERRY t OWL LEWIS at propriet 4AMEJ.

    4liL' bode tofccliot-l!" April 24, 165-::. 10 April 2J, 1832; 16 3ri April; lB2. 16 Dtcmber ?, 151.- II Apti



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    SAMUEL HOTT CO., Just Received. FORWARD- TOWLE NEW FASHIONABLE-, CLOTH1N9 'Ifl4t bttfi i1: G REATCU _

    \ GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 3 DOZEN Worked Collar Attorney!at Law ft 8olidtori1chaoery, : PolDzMaIL
    1 1" :Embroidered HandkerotoeA TIlE 1lU1Iicn1 It a. and splen Tax CoU.c.torIaIb DL J.L
    IX ms BCTUTO am anxixo or 2- Chemisette, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Wit assortment of Fall and Wiater 1I..de

    Every.D..cnpUena'r Implements f' 1 Cafls A. FoRWAiin, I Bniox TowU. Clot .eoDfiaq in pot of CLOTH .. -Ihing t in.by for 1avti.bab.have 1MC4MI .

    J.ND'JIACUJIfERY.: '20 pieces Laees-aU kind, Late of St. AHputinc: I\ OVER COATS of different descriptions. Black sad levied 11:snd'wifl ( Taflabaui'p .4.
    Brown Dress and Frock Home in the cIty o .
    Coats Cloth ,
    10 aUk Msi.tillcns Gassimstj
    October 4. 18tH. 39 ;
    \ ALSO; Georgia: and French Burr Mill Stones: Eu 60 pain Ladies Englttb Kid Slippers Tweed. Satinett and Blanket, SACK and other BUSINESS second Xonday iD May D the *iflowtDgoperty.
    CoUgen, Cullm and Bolting ClotLx iJ.enof "m be SU0T't to
    24 8boes. COATS; Cloth. Cassimere. Tweed and Sat- pr ell'10 much
    Walking A. L MAXWCLU D. APT
    Also every kind of Produce Jvorth and South, aud 100 Misses and Children Shoes Ac, MAXWELL & K. inett PANTS ; VESTS of qualities and ,1_ pay the State and County Taisu due theTeOQ lel'the
    PAPY
    CASK paid for Wool, Hides Doer Skius and Shippuig I i S dozen Ladies and Geota Cork Soles All of which hare been manufactured from the la year 1851, and all Incidental ezpewef.to wit:

    '.Fun SAMUEL 1 Cleaner for Lamp Chimneys, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, test and most desirable materials of workmanship superior .AhlthdOTll.7IOfL.Zld known .
    HOYT.,
    HAMPTON L BILBO. 1 Dusting Pant TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. and styles most fashionable. All of which I. Purchase within Leon County, containing 14J.720

    3 Sett Chamber Pails, Water cans and FootTubs. fl. 18:11. 5 will be offered for sale at a small advance on the cost acres, more or toe said to belong to the Apalachicola
    &UDDCZI: rweJA)1ES by February at the New Cash Clothing Store. lAnd Company. -

    .' Messrs. Aronsoff & Co, Savannah Ga. B. GAMBLE. W. T. MiTCHELL D. McRAE>Y, --

    Fajurui BBJUCTUT, .Starch 27, 1852. 12 tf CHARLES W. DOWNIN& November 1, 1851. 43 tf Tax Collector of Leon County.
    t Wn ra & FAUOH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Jit LAW November, 1851. 44 6m ., ,
    U Swirr. DEX&LOW t Co. TIM Tn.'Dlcettly ..U'.OIICrfe'
    I Boots and Shoes. Tallahassee Clothing.
    Florida. ,
    1 I Wjt P. Mruxa A Co, New Tort FINE Stock just opened and for sale by Office at the CupitoL JUST' received at the .old stand a general assort Tax Collector' Sale. PREPARED fro1DRtfNET.'ott l't.-1
    A tr
    b Rcfccus NODM MASON J Co, Boston.F. March 271862. 12 HEIR BUST. March: 15, 1851. 10 tf of Cloths Caaoimeres and \estings winch BY virtue of the power vested in m. by law I I.ball r THE OXal" dirwctJen.at .l'\

    I B. LOOMIS Eq New London, Ct. the subscriber is prepared to manufacture in the most expose for ale, before thy Court House al LLERIGtbtratHOUGHTO Pby.iolOJinl =htai.

    .. IL & McCojus Esq, Wilmington, Del Spring Clothing. W. G. M. DAVIS approved style and on the most reasonable term*-. Q tn.incv, in he County ol Gadaden. on the econd I M. J,. Philadtlphi1 ''Z.I.t

    September 6, 1851. 85 tf LARGE assortment of Gents' and Boys' ReadyMade Gentlemen in' want of a regular and fashionable outfit Monday of Mjy next, the following described property This i i. a truly wondetftatymj fa IN1IIo.

    : A Coats Pants Vests Drawers, and Shirts I ATTORNEY AT LAW, will do well to call upon i"r so mach thereof as will pay the State andCcuni I TION, DYSPEPSIA, i JAUNDICE.Uvii"1&

    Towle &. Myers, Just received and for sale by HAS taken np his anode at Tallahassee, anrlwill November 8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. Taxw due thereon from !1845 lo 15511 inclusive PLAINT \" .nc1DElILnt"\I"

    t AVE on hand,and are now receiving,a new and March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR 4 RUST. in the Courts of Ihe Middle Dialict, and the necessary c.tperuei incident thereto to ing after Natoie's own method,by Nat,,. .
    generala4Portniento( GOODS, cuiuisiiug aFresh nd of Franklin and Jackson Counties. Bounty Lands and Pensions. **"it : g'.nt.lhe Gastric Jurccl "'

    Gold Lever Hunting Watches, Groceries. 'Mteh 0, 1 ISO 9 'F1HE I undersigned,having madearrangementl'witbI Eighty acres of Land, lying on Crooked Creek, ((0-: Haifa tearuoonfnl PT.FSIW.i..fa..s '

    Gold Anchor Lever do JL competent and experienced Agent in the City owned by Romeo Lewis. ter, will digest or dissolve, l'i,. P-.i.t/
    1 Silver Lever Hunting do CRUSHED and Brown Sugars, M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE of Washington, and being now provided with the HUGH' O. McLEAN, B eefin about two hours,out of the ollll .

    t Silver Anchor Lever do Butter Crackers HAVING a-'t-'tciated them elve.s for the purp"e nl l I approved and requ-ite forms, will attend to the collection Tax Collector for Gaddden County. PEPSIN i. the chief element,or CrrfTk _.
    4 Lapiac and Youn Hyson and Imperial Tea, Law, will rive Nnvetnber8,1S51. 41 Cm Principle of 'the Gastric Juice-the S
    common do Charleston lJ { prompt attcuiuu to) of Claim by powers oi attorney for Bounty < rw.7'J
    Gentlemen'* and Ladies Bo nn Pins,a eencral asortment Rice, anv bu inc t. entrusted to their care. La nil c, Pensions, and Claims for Losses lend Services Food% he Purifying? frftening.nd: s..iaw:
    ?1 -. of Bar and Finder Rill;*, GoJd Guaid, and Ri. aud Java Coffee, July SO. 1*51. 29 tf cpon the United Slates Government. Tax Collector's Sale. Agent of'lht' Stomach and Intestines. j It j it red

    i 4 Keys, Fob and Ve.t Chains. Scjls, G..ld and Silver Florida Arrow Riot at 8 lb. for a dollar Officers and soldiers of the war ol 1512 or of any By virtue of the power ves.ed in me bylaw, I from theDigrstive Stomach cube Oi J iJ, "

    Pencils,Gold Pens,Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold Cider arid White Wine Vinejrar, Law Firm. of the Indian wars since 1790 are entitled to Bounty expose for sale before the Court f"1IIe at ing an ARTIFICIAL DlGFSfn.ErtuiJ to
    ::I Sleeve Collar and Rosom Buttons Star and Sperm Candles, iu Fancy boxes of 6 IIOlive >, ly like the flat nra! Gastric Juice initjChfBiir.i "
    S.lver, Pearl, and & BREVARD will practice in Land.under the late Act of Congress. For ser Quincy. in Gad pn County, on the second Monday "
    co-pirtnor
    Shell Card Case, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine Oil fcn tc. BEARD all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of vic rendered, a moderate compensation will becharge" in May next, the following described property or Pr,. and furnishing COMPLETE and tn L

    L F Fan, Silver and Buffalo Combs.ANo ALSO.Powd'r Florida. Ollico iu Tallaha
    French Mantle Clocks Table Knives. Te Shot and Lead, JOHN m\Rr. collected D. P. HOGUF. T aetdue thereon from I 15-15 to 1851, inclusive,and hone the pains and evils of I INDICEjrtoi
    si
    Trays, Pialed and Silver Ware, Silver Table and Tea Tobacco, Cigars and SuufT ''. W. BHEVAIiD. G. W. HUTCHINS. t Ihr netessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : DYSPEPSIA are removed just as theT.atUi-.

    1 Spoons, Plated Spoons, Forks, Cr 'am and Soup La. Linsetvl Oil. February 1. lR1. 4 tf March 50.1551. 12 If One hundred and sixty acie of Land in Gad ll'n a healthy Stomach. It is doing wnn rni:??

    4 4 dles, Plalid Waiters, do Tea Sets( Castors! Candle. Sperm Oil. County, belonging lo Robina Hi>llinser, lying on ,Ihe: pepl ir .c wing caul of DEBILITY.EjAOjVfcNFRVOUS |

    4iA flicks Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Giron Jlea. Patent Machinery J Oil, SMITH & O'BRIEN, NASH & CO., Apalachicola Rirer, adjoining the lands of Innerar- DECLINE, and DYSPEPT7C CO V'SUMPTION .

    Also fine double barrelled Guns, Shot and Game India Rubber for packing Machinery. Dealers in Drags, Medicines &c. ily. HUGH 0. McLEAN, supposed to be on Ihegrave. ',, '
    t
    ; Bagi, and Fla! .4 t Port Folios, Violins: CUrouets, and Flues\ fine Razcra .\J. O. TOULD) inform their friends and the public that November. !ftSI. 44 6m ha ttd.jtin he highest degree CL'RJOfgaed\ ?
    ALLIGATOR E. FLA. f t' Ll Ii
    t U Slrcps, &c. A complete aortment"t Hard wnre.Cut r1 : first Tiiiitj and general srrTnr of cr v, China and GLiss Ware. For Pale at th- l 3 1. WHIT SviTir. I M. O'lJairv. aa'arc cenerally kept in their line of business, Tax Collector's Sale.By

    f"1 &:., .C TOWLE & MYERS Perfumery. IIr K'cs, li*. O. .t J. MEGINNISS. OfnVe- at Alligator. |I Olllce at X'Wllalllnl. and i will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their I SCIENTIFIC EriIE\C \

    . 1. Decerhrr4lS5l,4 S March 2fl, 1 Sol. 11 lit Refer tn CiJ. :. S. Sun ,y. S.ini.nali ; Jrihie TIIOV, tt-nm Iol1a1l1JC reasonable. virtue of the power vested in me b) law. I.hall I II BARON LIEBIG in hisceIebratedwk 'SAt.

    ' \J; D.n'e Jifk-wrtivilK.*; (' '. J. '.\:: Ocala. TaIhthia..see. October 11, 1851. 40 expose ror sale before the Court House at: mal ChemNlry. says: An Artificial Digt

    dtj NEW GOODS. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &o. October-i( 18!I. :',1 ---- Quincy, in t the County of Gadsden, on the second I F luid,analogous to the Gatric Juice, ten be rot
    : C Southern Mutual Life Monday in May next Ihe following desdihed I y prepare** from the mucous membrane of
    -- Insurance Company -
    4 EXTLEMENS' M l le M.! kJu Hats -- ; propei Ih..ORo
    3 TUST arrived (per Sehr. Eli%: 1x.th. from New York)) vJ Panama hats, ) e J."wi: KEYES;Itt ftritenfut, I of Louisiana. I ty, or !o much I thereof as will pay the Taxes due ch ol the Calf in which: Yartuu..rti' k.Clflca.

    fur pale !II\ C. C. BVRD. .1 v rv. hinme n. i thrrf-on from the) ISM to 1S5I: inclusive and meal and eggs.vriil bl" 6olmd, .
    l year ,
    located! in Qllin,' -. OtnVc in Ilftt'n dQ7tI d Ii'
    . .tg nortrneut uf SPRING and SUMMER Palm Lraf d GOODS. Rich as Mr. .T. (}. Gunn's.Janu.iry .! deeming it to li"cn. the t the necessryexpenses Ihereon.to wil : tJJtutin tame manner a"'tlOiN :
    quality, liimriu'd) and plain, opposite. unnecessary s
    .ii ];ernl", Mus-lins, Lawns I lcrt's h ."
    Buiim-to. slemacFsDr.
    . lliljlxnw! Blk. Lace Fort. of Land in Gad den it ni an
    17, Hi::. '.' importance mid advantage of the mutual in. County. belong
    Mrti1* nIl Bs' Pedal !JI..ts.K..uth t: uranceprinciple
    . Visits, Silk Shawls, Linen: Giinbrk Ilandkm'hiffs would i inlt tf> Smith & Paramore. hinz on North Mo'quilo COMBE, .in hirvalnnble i writirr,
    ; Hats aitiole -- rlfH'ctfu11y"lit'it thecorwiderationof *.
    new : ?
    a -
    {<' Neodle Work Mantilla*, In') a variety of other orticli h By Wra. R. Pettes. I the citizc'ti-i of Tallahassee and information Crn-k. HUGH O. McLF.AN, Physiology ol Digestion,"obierred thaiiJijT,
    too numerous to mention. Call an J i'.c fur yourfcch-". M.iyirir: { a" vicinity. Any Tax Collector for Gadsden Counly.l'f.vrmht'r.S.I"51. I iution of I the due quaniily ol the Gas ti j
    Y utlis' Ilunj irian Hat, relative to itcan obtained L{calling nn theubrruVr. : c Suit
    J'I t' -ALSO- 3 lIOCSllEAD S N-w Orleans Kryn Sugal', I : 41 6m prominent and all-prevailing cause of \ nD.ind
    Gfutk-tnius line calf B-M.ts, ; S. S. KNIGHT. ;
    10 Ca-ki U.ic.ni Si.fcs
    Gents' anJ Boys' Summer Hat* and Cravats, Boots a he stales that a dwtingnijhed
    ,d and Shoe of u Brogan, 3 Sli nildtTS November 10. 1850. 47 tf friJrrnBrf "
    aud cine London
    5000 First rate Cigars. Notice. ,who was severely fflictd,
    ; MOTIS' Calf p'g-tI'Il\.I't.! '. wiih this
    -ALSO)- 3 Hulk 1''rk THE TRUE MEDICINAL QIX month from date. tine undel'\ gn., administrator I. c ompaintflndin! > "enihingtUetofji t ] .
    ,I ; Quarter and half Burrt-ls Mai-kml, Cnif>hed and I Youths': Patent Leather Brogaim 4 Su-rir: Cured IIam, L) on the estate of,Louim B. Newton, deceased I otirse to the! Ga"lc! Jn re.fblainedlrrroiJinta had(

    ,i.. t Powdered Snirar, Java and Ri i Cnnve Pickets asportf Men Ojvra i>lipp T', 20 Kcg.i Leaf Len. !, COD LIVE-R I OIL I will present his final accounts and vouchers to the a ch-t of living animals, which prmtd .

    : .1.\ Pkkled LolwVr and Salmon in oil. Dried Apples! Bovs'- Sewed awL LSO.l..nllies' -jnjetI Calf Bn-gans. 5 Hi.l!. USEFUL in the cure ol Scrofula, Consumption, Jiul;i. (>f Probate for Leon County, and ask to be discharged. mreeifful." cC7IIp/trtl

    Pine! Apple! Cho,'*c, Ricii Gobhen Butter, :P-lwmor
    llk.s irorko
    :lri 20, 18:2. 11 tf .. En H-'h Kid! Gaiters, O" Extra Flour, and all di"ea/t of the Che-.t art! Lunga. A Our|!I_; PATRICK SMITh Adm'r. Vegetable Diet,- says : II is a Mnaibiifcciin

    'I 2"") Family_ Flour, of this valuable medicine It just received, which i is Ortobt U, 1851. 40 6ra p hIysioioy..thl'I rneslnmachs of animal' mir
    HELP AT HOME. Kid! Slippers and Walking Shoes 5 Mula-se*, warranted pure and ot very superior quality. i!il n water; impart tCllhE' tJoldlhl'co 1t1U1"r.* m.d

    Misses and Children Shoes.Common 10 Half Htt Family Syrup, For sale by LEWIS & AMES. Notice. l ng various article of ford, and offff
    made
    undersignedhaving ling kinder
    I. THE in large improvement* Trunks at New York pri el. &<>, .t e. 5 Bbls. Big IIomiiK-ny, ]; May 25. 1 1S5U. 20 Tallahassee months after date I artificial digestion of I tern ins* rue
    buildhg: and machinery, is now prcjnm-d I Fir sale by <. t J. MEG INNISS. Fla. SIX I will apply to the Judge : tfifnnl
    < For Pale low the
    for C o/it bv from natural "
    *
    .; < ) furnith COTTON GINS of a superior and I Iquzilitv. March !/, -- --- I Probate of Gatlsden County for dischargeas digrttire yroceu.
    rtyle 20! 1852. 11 my
    Gt March 27, IS5::. 12 tf'J AS. B. AMBLE. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Administrator of George A. Dilworfh deceased. OO-Call on the Aitenf, and get a Devrir.liw Cir.,
    -
    f4 He'has got up no humbug by making Gm to exhi- "By C. A. Coe." C. A. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT W. S. DILWORTH rnlar.gratis.giting large amtnr.t cfJ-CllSTlTlC '
    i bit at Fairs or by goin; North to Lowell other By Coe. January 17, 1852. 2 6m EVIDENCE.simiter to the lLotl',t" th,r iihRt.ft .
    or places BARRELS Pic Sic Crackers .
    .4 to get Northerners to write in hi* praise. 2{ 5 Water 40 BOXES S..ap for family use t Capital Stock 8300,000. p orts RrMARKABLF.CUItESIrcU, ailartj

    .. His establishment is strictly Southern-in the miJ-t 2 Butter 1 {pipe WIII:( White Vim-gar, TIE! nnilerMirned Agent of the above Company Notice.IX he United. hll'.

    .. J of the cotton growing regioa He intends his Gins to 3 Navy Bread 5 'Ilrn:1"! Lump Od. i prepared to take ri
    tbow for themselves and are warranted to perform in 1(0 boxes Soda Biscuit 4 tircos Smth Carolina Rice, ings and their contents on the mo t favorable term*. aiI! vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon: HOCGIITUl'-PEP I $I has rndocrdtbrmC1t

    :". the best manner when propel ly attended to, or to be 5 Pine Apple Cheese for family uc, 2 barrels. Kuril F. II. }FLAGG Agent County, as Administrator of Seaborn Holcornb, cintion\"trtov3' tjfeclf TittK in curing cases ol. .DtIt1liJJ,''.

    . made to do so at his own expense. Gin repairing 20 sack Rio O tfe, 2 Gin, Tallahassee, October 25, 1851. 42 ilt-cesi't.'d. late of aid County, and ask for a discharge tim it and Dyiprptic. C.sn, .
    ; done short 2 barkots olive ; impossible to give Ihe rl tiilf of ntn
    at Oil
    notice and in the best manner. Orders! from said Administration. m
    10 Mats Old Java Coffee, small
    he limits
    (
    this
    packages ) ol
    ( advertisement
    brat
    for Gms received 1 tui-k SlR-rrv Furniture Chairs &c. : :jmhrDtin'Hertificatps !
    thankfully and promptly attended 5 barrels Cru-hed Sugar, quarter Wine G. C. S. JOHNSON, Adm'r. c have been
    ' to. lIe will deliver them at the re-idencc ol the purchaser 3 M Granulated- 1 M.iJt-fra : have just received from New York BriirSnwaiiiri Januarv :. 152. 52 6m IUNDRED REMARKAB1.EC1JRE.hn given o' note than ITO(
    WE per
    Fuli! t
    [
    his 1
    orat farm. Below Cos.kiriFor -
    : arc a few certificates out 3 P'uweJ"rl..I" > further
    a supply of handsome and Notice. p ihia, New York and Boston alone. TECSC
    of the large number that could be ale IT JAMES B. weLl
    exhibited if GAMBLE. Furniture.
    noceseary. 5 Old Cuuiberland Mipcrior d!
    Whi.-kcy esnerate cases, and the''
    ... March[ 27, 1M2. months from date, the undersigned Executrix cures were not otj
    wUi J. IL 12 tf ,
    ' WATSON. We SIX
    , 3 Old }Rye are now opening at our Furniture Rooms to her rapid andonlt'rrur.. but petmanrnlIt
    ', -- --- present accounts and vouchers
    to the
    , 10." t 1 pipe Brandy((of the tame,) Just -------- which ne invite attention, Judge of Probate for the of ti a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, and iitt.'
    ' '. i Mrov February 18, 1852. 1 c&-k quarts Porter, Received. Oval and Plain Back Sofas nk ie County Hillsborongh and ilarl> useful for lend ncy In) Billicu dj.cr. rrlttu
    to from
    This is to discharged administration the
    e4'rtiftt.st I have in u. upon tny plan 2 pints A FULL assi-rlmeut STAPLE; ARTICLES Tete a Tetes and Divan, on estate Complaint Fever and Acne.or badly trenfrd Tent
    tations in Lee rml of Henry S.Clark. deceased. late of said (
    i Baker Counties three Cotton Gins 2" Ale. :1. pity GOODS) Quartette and Book Stand, 'oooty.1 and A ngTne. and the nil effeei of Quirine, Jfetfurj,
    t t of Mxty saws each, made by Colonel J. Watson, of) For sale at low rates by CitOCKF.lt V. Work Stands and Ottoman, Af, te. ELLEN M. CLARK Executrix. and other drngw upon the Digest lye Orzan.aftcr,
    1852.
    10.
    { Palmyra, with which I am well ple.a od, nnd consider :JAMES B. GAMBLE. (;LS WARE. Of Char we lave; a great variety.. Now opening:r January 1 6m l ong sickness. Aha for excess in e2l n,.and the
    them -
    equal to any Gins male in I Georgia, in every March 27, 1R52. 12 tf BOOTS AND SHOES, I JenIY Lind Cottage Chnlrs.AI'otor Notice. too free n-e of ardent spirits. It almost rrrouilM
    repect I take pleasure in recommending them to -- Gilt do. do. Health v\ibfatrmprfnnre.
    GROCERIES Ac,
    by
    J. month after flafe. the Admmi.
    t in nixlerogned
    planters SotrJiWestern Georgia and Florida. Cot Osnaburgs. J. B. GAMBLE. I Fiincy Cane Scat do. SIX OLD STOM.1CH COMPIJLVTS.
    tj
    \ ? Watson is ">r in right ofbis wife Snrah Ad-
    '1' a Southern man born and raised in our rocx-rvcd a few bale Southern ilaroli27% 1852. 12 tf "Wlit. Ouk ned Walnut do. surviving There it no form cf OLD STOMACH COMf .
    1' midst, and has JUST O no Northern interest. -- -- llifh: Bottom and LA(NTS which it does not
    :. and Sheeting, bv : Rose Wood Chairs of Jefferson County.deceased,will to the Ju s em ti> rnrb sod t It.nove -
    JOSEPH BOND.ALBANY. Boots and Office and apply :e m at once No mailer how dad
    . March 27, 1W2. 12 HEIUcl-Ht"ST. Shoes. Dining Room do. of Prof'tit of said County for a discharge from saidAdniinUtriiuYin. 'they waj bit
    :_._ Spring Seat Malmgaiiy Bockers: GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! .1rinledMfrimm. ,
    --- rec a assortment f B. LOEB.
    Ga, February 23. 1852. New Books &c. JUST. Black Children's 111gb oml Low Chairs, Ac. all Iftettnpltasantttjmploms; and itInr suit Dud,:d.rE'ppa1ed .
    and!
    ( 'olured Jefferson
    I' ) Tills is t.i : that lifting Gaiter, County,January 3.1852. 52 6m*
    certify I have
    in a .h.r' lime lo make
    u these ,
    -e on my planta !> BERRY <1 fc ROWLES. Auctioneers, &c. gr.c4 eI'cct
    received <> KM
    I- tion in this at the Book Store un. a-nl! Morocco do. -
    # County, a sixty saw Gin. manufactured by JUST Do. r.iiainflh- January 3. 1852. 52 Notice. pfrmanent PURITY OF BLOOD,AND VIGOR Cf
    l
    Cot J. II. Watson of Irving' complete works, BiKKiii", BODY followat
    Palmyra which I consider --- once II il articoarh! eseleit!
    ;a to Gins equal Ike Marvel's . Kid! Walking Shoe. and Bu-jlin reonths after date the Administrators ; ; I )
    maJein Slippers undersigned.
    ' any Georgia:; in every particular and ?, Now Opening i in ca"e? of r'au"n..frrailir. Cramr*. S.rfr.hS,
    not excelled Paper for the Do. Calf Bu"kin People
    f. by any. I have no hentation in rt-coin- apply t the n't of the Stomach di'lreafitt falinp, low,
    ,. I mending them to planters in SouthWestern Clod mer' Posthumous Works, -. 4 T the will krmwn stand formerly'occupi by to the Judge of Probate of Madison County fora cold state rf the WnodHcarinecsLe-ciessofSjir.;

    They are manufactured in cur midst and Georgia. Gra.'e AquilarV, do. \1i isses Colnrwl Latin Gaiters i\- CLARK A STILLMAN, a General and Select final scntlemeut and discharge from said estate. i it ts. Despondency Emaciation. Weakness, teodncj

    '9J Southern man ; a native of our own by a Frenrh School Books, Do. Kid Walking Jshoi-s nnd! Bi .kins, \ortment of DAVID GORNTO.DANIEL ) tofnsanifv.Suiri.Te.fcc.
    r.. glorious Georgia Medical ilo.! Do. dll. and Morocco tall and Winter Clothing, BURNETTE.Adm'rs..
    ,- 1 f DAVID A. VASON. Bo.-tt'e ) Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN is sold by nearl,,'!l
    : ;: I Palmyrn Lee County, March 6, fi2. 9 tf Harpers and International Magazine, And a line assortment of Children Leather Morocco Fancy Good. Cloths Ca imeres, Ve>tings. Hosiery, Madison County December 13, I81. 49 6m the dealers in fine drug and Popular Medici! MI,

    $Il New Xcuc'ls together with u )largo \arictv cf miscelhineous and FaUnt Leather SIJfJAl.SO(,. Fine Sewed and Pegged Boots, Slippers :
    : CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. Book, Crayon Holder and Stumps d lc.WM. the fub-criber i4 ready and anxious to sell on the I Notice. powder and in Fluid form-snd in Prescription iiii

    : WILSON & CO. Gents fine Calf Bflllt mo-t reasonable tt-rni, for cash or its ('"ira/mi. A LL Tenons, creditors legatees. entitled to dutiibiiti I for the u
    !\ D. E. HULL, March 27, IP.,2. 12' Do. ImitatiiHi StiU-hed Boot., The stock of Clothing consists inj part of <). or otherwise interested in the estate of PRIVATE ClRCDLAR for the ese olPlIniriall1.

    i for sale Do. Ptfnjod and Water-proof Boots Black and Colored Drew and Frock Coats Baptist Bromley, late of Jefferson counts, Florida.deceased may be obtained of Dr. Houghton! or his .4ppnts.de-

    .wI0FFERS a splendid assort Spring and Summer Goods. Do. Calf Shoe and Bootees, Black Blue, Green. Brown and 3iued Frock are hereby notified to exhibit their eLiirns and crihing I the whole process preparation, lad jir.i
    B Carriage' and
    "n! liujrgies, at Do. Kip Brrgan-" and Russetta.ALSO Sack and Coat. demands within two from this date ing the
    prices to suit the timcR. AW in THE underMgnod 1 are now receiving their toc1 k cof Fancy years to the under- author it ies upon which Ihe claim* of Ihi'np'w
    Store
    1 Saddles, Bridals M.uiingnles. Harnef of all HIiG GOODS con..ting of the usual variety Drab Black and Brown Overcoat?, M2>'!l. or the same will be barred ; and all persons remedy are bal5 it is NOT A SECRET

    'J:1 both double and ringK Carriage Trirnminars kinds: of ncd* for J.1dil'l&n,1 Geiitlemt-ri'i wear: Youths fine Pegged Boots Figuered and Black Silk and Black Satin Vet t., indebted to the said deceased are requested to make REMEDY:no objection can be raided against !ifs' 0:01
    of all
    ti kind. Springs Axles, B..lts and. in fact, which will be sold at the lowe.-t market price lliew no)' half welt do. do. Black. Ilsiid; (Jrey, and Fancy Cassimcre Pai ta- immediate payment. WM. A. GL KL S. by Physician- in respectable standing and rejnlir
    every tiling Good Do. Sh'H-s uf almost ) ho.' ', Administrator de bon;. practice. Pike ONE
    '. usuallv kept in a iorc c.f this kiinL they selected theim-elvcs in New York and every dopcription. nan. DOLLAR per bottle.
    0..P: tTRc'plir
    :. tt, Detmber 27, 11\.1. 61 tf purcliasing elsew rt'. OitoU-r If, IJ:1. 41 C. C. BYRD. other articles too numerous to mention. ine PEPSIN boar the written si nalnre cf J i

    'H O.
    b. Notice. lETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Novrmbe R1851. 44 tf ALL creditors and legatees of and persons entitlet Pa Copy-i ishf and Trade Mark fecorer.Yt .

    t. tt DRESS GOODS. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. -- dmtribntion out of the estate of Dr. Rob dO* Sold by alt Drag 'ls and Cealm ia )Jftdi.
    : ALL persons, crclitorlh' atA'', entitled to distri T>UILDINGS Ranaway H. Harri.'>n deceased late of Gadden in t Lcines..
    'n Printed Lawns and Stocks, and Cotton Ware-house County
    2 or other\vi e int'rC'st'd in the .fatc of Jaconets, -U insurea fire. I the subscriber on the night of the 13th: State of Florida are hereby notified to present their LEWIS t AMES
    t i James Scott late of Jefferson Foulard Silk, against icss by FRO
    County, deceased, arc LEWIs: ; two negro men. one belonging! to Dr. claims or demands to the subscriber within two Wholesale and Retail AlfIIlL
    Printed Swim & AMES years
    11'IJ hereby notified to Mu lins ,
    . ) n two from exhibit their claims and demandswith Plain and figured do. January 20, 1S50 3 Agenls Tallahassee. Sessions, about B feet 6 inches high, ratlin1 yellow from this date, or the same will be barred by the provisions Febrtiary 1. IS52. 5Rowe's J1 _
    years this date to my Agent, Wil 1- l read bv the of of the statute in such
    :j liam SWISH can name Peter was brought L: to roPe made and provided
    J Dt-nhain --
    ,at )Monticello? the Lawns Celebrated Prize I123br
    or will be barred
    same
    JOHN I}his; Dmitry byr. Porwltr two It lot ELIZABETH L.
    Plain PRATORIUS years ago. suppnW HARRISON
    ; and all person indebted to tho taid estate in any Plain and Stnped Chambrav.s, C.,. .. he will try to make his way back. Also nine r Executrix of Last Will and Testament. BY a systematic use of this Mill onaTh5t "
    manner whatever are requested to make immediate) and checked F..n.rI"ttln.OillI11" -" ar' I.-'V\f nv n"I.I..k J'R'TatII..] : Monging to George Sessions about 5 fct'tJ inches Gadaden County, Fla, February iii, 1852. 7 8t : hundred and fifty bushels of C1d.at

    : 'l t; payniwit act in: the to my said Agent who lias full authority to Americ.'in Black Lace.rJgli..h and rrench Calicoes % 2 \J\7 OtfLD inform his friends and the public high very stout and round shouldered front teeth -. (after paving all expense of crushing. &) aettJ1tbonsai1tf

    I I premises.MARGARCT. Points T V V that he ha taken the;store lately occupied somewhat, deeayed! has a sear on the inside of each arm, Notice. ft'd to Mules or Horses can

    I Jefferson E. SCOTT, Adm'x. Uri-h-rsleeves and unJcrillee\"C.Lands. fJuby C. H. BloiKl and! adjoinuig the store lately looks as if thy were caused by fire burn. AIM a nepn IX months from date. the undersigned Administrator ved. Four hundred bushels can be -f

    . J. 1 County, larch 6, 1852. 9 3m Mourning Embroidered Collar Skirt and. Cult occupied Bull & Praturiufl,\\here he will be pleased woman belonging to W.:. Sc ftt."t'rv black, a- de bonit non on the estate of James M! every thousand by crushing cooking. and feeing

    N t : Lille,Silk nj.d Kid to attend? to the call anal waptu of those who may be : Ix-iit 19 years old.) She left about the 1st iiwt. We thethe Nixon. deceased, late of said County, will present hi; hogs and stall cattle-aU of which I guarantee.

    , CARRIAGE REPOSITORY French Lawn Handkerchiefs Gloves Imposed! to patnniize him in his line of bu ueni>. subscriljers will pay the reward of*20 each for accounts nod vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Pro;. A Mill complete at the Foundry of two hone OT*

    t- ( BY MILLER AND BROKAW, Linen Cambric lIe has received by tic) bite arrivals, a fA.iVand dw11slec1ed elivery of sail I I'gfoesto us or in any safe Jail where bate for Gcdsden County and &k to be dischsrgei d city. 'I 60. For superintending its ereetfcooB *

    ,r <'.. -ALSO- I txpjJy of Clnth, C'lCllinN'flf. Verting, we can get them. therefrom. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY plantation and guarantee, $40 extra. This JO!ri1

    ;J' 1 TallaJiattee Honda.IIE Bonnets Bonnet Ribbons Bonnet Linings; Artificial I Fancy Goodi; alto, a yntcrol a**ort>nent f Any person wishing to give any information about February 7,1852. 6 6m crush eight bushels of ears of unsbucted corn per M1*

    1: subscril>ers have received a large Flowers Ruches Puffing Panux l(, tcM':. [ READ r..V..1 I) K GL O TIIIA'O. those negroes, will please address Mannington P. O. and make a thorough mixture of the whole B **

    41 r supply of CARRIAGES, BUn.I [ For sale by G.
    I'Iii }iI! GIES AND IIAKNESS, which they March 20. 1852. 11 Ct quality, and ijnile a* -//1',;". all any others that will 1 he A. M. R. SESSIONS c ALL persons creditors of the estate of Andrew makes after brightning a fair article of toil IM'T*
    offer for sal.t on the imt reasonable terms. All found in thin market. He GEORGE will last fartherit'
    I' N pt-r- will give particular attention SESSIONS deccast'd. late of Leon County, are fifty years in constant use. For
    KIU wishing to purchase any of the above article, Groceries &c. to hill biuiness, and hoj>es he will merit a liberal: W. J. SC01T. hereby notified to present their claims within I tbe formation, call on the Editor uf tie Floridiaa Jotr""

    1m. sill, please call and examine for themselves. patronage from the public. .'- __ December 20. 1851 CO tf time prescribed by law or this notice will be plea naL Tallahassee where circulars containing di' _
    I :
    t ""j _December__ 13. 1851. 49 tf WE Crackers have just received a few boxes of Soda November 23. 1830. 46 tf in bar of their recovery; and all persons indebted to with specimens of the MuTs work,can be1IWICt'nti
    u Pine Apple Cheese Pickles, Lemon Shirts of all Kinds, said estate, are requested to make immediate to the patentee at Nashville, Tennewee.

    ! f. J Received this Morning, Syrup, Soap. Starch, Candles anti Candy. Drugs, Chemicals, &c. WHITE and Fancy Colored-some with Embroi: ment. JOSHUA TAYLOR ST. Executor pay, January 17,1852. Z 3m JA31ES ROn-
    j \ BBLS. Also, a few choice Wines arid Liquors. Booorn*-beautifully stitched of -
    WATER both
    CRACKERS, QUININE warranted and February 28, 186Z. 8 8t
    i 5 a do. Butter do. Also Crushed Sugar Powder in kegs, half kegs, SULPHATE. pure full Broad aud Music PJai'j! wll made and will fit to a Ranaway:

    I \ fi do. Hard Bread of and all qr. kegs Apple and White Wine Vinegar, Shot) Oil, Black Pepper. chirm. For sale cheap by Notice. ROM the subscriber on:the !d inrf. II?

    I '. Z Firkins Butter for Family use, sizes Bar Lead Iron Nails, Steel, Hoes, Spades, Purified Chinvidine. : rtic1e prepared from the ''. MITCHELL SIX months after date, I shall make application to I F boy HILLARD about 23 yeaAo
    Shovels Trace
    i. 1 Tierce Rice Chains, Fifth and Ox Chains Hammers Dc.'ccmbC'J I.S, 1851 49 tf Honorable !
    f Peruvian Bark considered nearly equal to Quinine, at Judge of Probate in and for the feet 4 or 5 inches high, dark cvmplesfGlla
    Axes
    , 14 5 Bbl Crushed Sugar, Hardware and together with a general assortment of about nne third the price. county of Jefferson for letters of dismi ion and discharge : quick spoken. He is supposed to be ia JIll
    I SO f Boxes Raii-inu Cuttlery. all of which we will sell las ALSO Lots for Sale. as Administratix de bonit of N.
    low a general supply of Chemicals of the lest non. RFoIsom, neighborhood of Sprmgwood. Any person Ifill'
    ot. house in
    i ; 0 Baskets IIeid ick Champagne March as any er the city. quality. A LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER late of said county decessed. All persons herein in bending said negro, will be liberally rewarded.

    I 1 j: l 10 Sacks Java Coffee. 27,1652. 12 HEIR A RUST. GOODS comprising all articles needed in this terested are hereby notified accordingly. SOLOMON 8ILI&.

    4 E 10 do. Rio do. 'Fine Cologne Lubin's Extracts, and an 'assortment market received by recent arrivals from New York MALINDA FOLSOM, Adm x. de lonu won. February !1. 1852. 7 tf .

    4 : fi Bbls. Brown Sugar,(Porto Rico,) COTTON GINS. of Fancy Toilet Articles at very low prices. for sale in Lot to suit purchasers. Jefferson County, February 28, 1862. 8 _6m _

    I 8 Boxes Maccoroni, the Davin' Pain Killer Radway/ Relief. November I, 1851. 43 J. M. WILLIAMS. Plaster of Paris.
    ; WE, undersigned are making preparations Ready Notice. ;i BARRELS PlasUr tlPant
    10 do. Candles, and will be :Oagood's India Cholagogue.i Gypsum or ground

    20 do. Soap, rior article of Cotton shortly Gin prepared' Also, to to repair make all a npt-Gins i Rose's celebrated Plasters, and other Family Meiidnes. Youth's, Children' and Do)', Clothing, ALL persons having any claims or demands against ,,t, for improving land. for sale by

    I : 3 Bbls. Lamp Oil, k ct-e. ; sent to us at the shortest notice SOME of which is very handsome, just received by estata of Cannon H. Shipp, Sr, late of Mad ,BERRY1, BOWLES.February
    I And for sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. Jayne's Medicines lion County, deceased as creditors distribctees 28,1853. S
    We warrant all work done at our manufactory to te, Ac,just received by W. T. MITCHELL are -
    t January 3, 1852. 62 in a workmanlike manner, and to give astisfac tici.be : LEWIS 4 AMES. November I, 1851. 48 tf hereby required to present,the same within the time
    October 11, 1851. presaibod by Uw, or this notice wflLbe plead in bar. JustArrived.. .
    1 ; Pure Sulphate of Quinine. nor We the do not quality intend of to our be Gins.excelled in the workmanship _ 40_ tf_ Bricks and Lime. CANNON 'H. SHIPP Jr, AdmV.. f U AYE Just received by to* last tessel froni ,

    p We located eleven miles .NOfl Linen Drills &c. JUST received, 30M fine Northern Bricks 200 casks Madison County, March S, 185 9 8t 1 York.an invoice of men's,women's, children*,.
    are of
    : THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and TallahaMee. I JUST received for Gent' and Boys' Summer Wear Lime, and for sale low, bj. LADD. infant's Shoes comprising' many styles act bsretoW;
    4 ounces Sulphaleof Quinine, which lhe> Tallahassee near to Centre Thomasville le, on the mad leading from i Striped and Plaid Linen Drills I Brown .Newport,'January 81,18S2..' 4, tf : Notice.' > offered m this market There ,. trRr r J"Gentlemen1 .;

    r L have obtained direct .Iromthe manulscturers and solicit the where we respectfully Duck, Brown Linen and Nett Linen Drill Drap dete .. ; < sod lapties \ Boots a&nrted to which I invite W"Uon. '
    G1 entitled
    patronage of the Planters in -
    they will warrant it lo be a superior article. Florida and Cottonades Deim # .ALL' .bor dDee eCP* .
    \ the Southern Qf I P.anter'.Lineo and.Linen Osna- For .Fitmlli s. : distribution out of,..eaitv Lawreace J. Tbs will be sold tow to a '
    We have *>nl rged our stock ol Drugs and Medicine portion Georgia. burgs together with meat. J. JL WILLIAMS .
    D. H. A J. B. every thing usually keirthM 40 SMALL'and convenient':,boxes, SOAP to be : Lines dtOBMetl,kte of Oadsden County, in the State -- -
    by -rcnt ""inlfllInd are prepared to execute SLATON. line for sale low ;.December 1861 i4ft 'Uo.'X tllDflL .
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    January 1'1. If5t. 2 by ,HEIR:4UST. : bought of S. 9.. KNIGHT., : of Florida are hereby notified to their claimsor : -
    : ; orders ior articles in our line,wholesale. or retail, fen March 27, 1882. 12 : November I, 1851. 43 v' demand to the sabseriber wrthm present ; .
    ; two from
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    resrs
    on the most accommtlClatinglerm.V .. '" : /: N.groea-torale.
    this date. or th* tame wiB be barred < t.
    the
    t' hue also a few accounts yet doe to us forth* Found, Here I Am. Fine French Dress Boots of the statute b\-.It ease and'by and provisions ..22, LlXELT.i8tt'I-ZROROS :J1t.
    rear ISJ9. ,They generally in small amounts, POCKET BOOK containing two promissory provided.' : :by i fL fL'DIGJn

    hot i if the'whnle could be paid shortly it,would go A notes parable to Charles K.Martin,and various FAILING to purchase certain property on the sea CONGRESS GA1TERSI l.DnPP. ,>; JOSEPH LINES'Adm'r. O' _J8II_ 4HaU _
    Gadsdso ; L.
    here to PIlAt"l ntd .Co, .
    far 'o*lfd.JJquiddinlc.Jhin. | suns which we owr. other papers., but._no money, which the owner can Citizens of Tallahassee ani and attend the to the wants of the fiwsb. lor tale low by Fa.F.bruary 21,1858.' 7 8t '- r-
    $ balance of world. W. T.JHTCriELL. r.
    LEWL&AMES. have at this : or : and Ca .
    Jun.:S..I 1950. 07 advertisement.by applying Ofice- >aDd laying, for this All who intend purchasing goods win find it to their December.18,1851. 44 tf -: : Exchange at:;ParJ w. CIIuP
    interest to call before let the Y
    they
    from .
    L March gO.-18M.. -: H their fingers. money slip Lost' GROCERIES, 'Bnrdware. :CroekerTrrWoodware _. ,
    or Stolen .
    & l 'w.. October 18,1851.. & S. KNIGHT. ,it !. : Stenl, Blankets, x-.r. ". _DI" I,1841._ .. c..-J..} -_: .

    C ''tied per H-hr:Cohasset from New York Good Billiard Table.GOOD .41 tf A : t ditioa.ala.. LhIaIn.ly Hats Caps, m.k.Drm...-....PiDn..6rer.tj1Iantin ,-. ,_'..f .

    ii JUST Plows ssortadj 10r ztim Plow Sbean< SEOOITDHAyD: BILLIARD TABLE For Sale. XX bound with the name of tho subscriber written Coats, :Sedajee? Bridles, Ae, &nD in? .:: I Salt. : : > :.. ".

    U tOO era lJo'7.PGiD& .Forr' A foriai.lowby J J *" !>. t A oo the first blank led A. reward' of two dollan wQl EXCHANGE f'CuiCott. $andrrodoce the TuS1 received.,:JCOsttks Salt by- { .f' '.
    pp. FIRSTtaUSaddlaHorwby O. i. BYRD.4. be given for it* return. B. S. KXIOHT. l f- ; "UDn. ,1 ,
    11 i J'1"pn :$.1";< f Jt"tADJ: XuchUltIt Mar hWIW5.' CXnmtrj nmlly J. JL. WILLIAMS. a *' sr\ .. .jf}
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